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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 15, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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,oent Insertion. 'Il'oyearly idverti$ Val I 'Tant*. i The Sienua Jloriuc.of the ,,D., 81Q1. portion the traffic and the'influence tbr ugli..rqittbe'ra When the letter silence of G was n. Cass restored, addiog, ;iIrv-Wt ft.few,remark ter wad !''k, /" ,

will be made. be paid for before lD-. I rants a little vife, duz, .; THE ENGLISH VIEW OF AMERICAN : g adverted to, belong tote' United. in,which he made honorable,, caention that: I

-r mUlL By refemn! To: cheer me yhile at 'ome; ENTERPRISE. States,.while unburdened .with Heavy taxation, gentleman's talents nd services,and spoke'very .
customtr. To comb my 'head and brush my clo'es. thipeople; of those states' :can ',navigate their feelinglyW. his own: knowledge''of him when '
irSk -" may be I love 'er [From the London.&undardj Sept. 14.]. steamers,: "
0, vouldu't 'some? 7Tve antfcarry; passengers' ch'eaply :thit they were boys together the academy in.Ex t
transmitted with the ad\'ertisement. We do not take up journal received from the they will be making 8 fair.profit::at the time eter'ofhi, .the venerable Abbott,DOW no,- ,

AJverti31nents Dot marked with the number almost passed the Rubicon, United States that: does not co tain the account their British competitor are sustaining'a.loss. more,':w Ithe' principaL .He said he. hud.. .;

Demons required,will be continued cnulforb.dtS i My cheeks begin to sinks of some gigantic undertaking by ,that enterprising Jonathan 'considers time,:as'
> r :My 'air is growin' gray, it is- people, involving very grave considerations qui kly distances every careless, se 1f- onceited,tan the kindest feeling. He considered him a great. : 0,

for. -nib- charged for annoUnCe I :My chance is slim, 1 think. to the interests of this country, Amongst the luggish. opponent. i.:: '. .man,and one;who, in whatever Utitade" he ., '

dol1l1r8 .' most prominent of the present moment,, is, we; interesting inight pitch hunself. would always give a reaaoa.;,
menU candidates for albee. For, as I passes through the streets, perceive, a great steam mail communication t--er; : liidicatiuus. foriCKEF' .. :, 'j'<
Months, : : el0 00 think it? We have in .the.'National .. : '
One square, for SIX The gals-0, who'd between the United States'and different places : Intelligencer: _c > -' t :1

Notice to Debtors and Creditors : : 7 00 Say, 'there be goes, the yicked brute- in the world, supported and directed by the I Tuesday, a' correspondence between. ., the' H n:: .KCTIOSS ON THCELECTION.-The thou i'-.' ;:
for Leuers Administration 5 00 Vat avorn out trinket!' government of the republic. Take the following HENRY S. FOOTEofMississipp and 'the Honl:' pccurred to_us'yesterday.wbile'strolling firom ;
Application .
notices will be inserted gatui- :-Early next year they will have five steamers THOS. L. CLINGMAS, of North Carolina, 'which one toan.othel'or those focuses of patriotis a-; ". _
33-All: religious. I dare not look in face of Loon we have read with great interest ind :
a gal horsepower, and 3,000 tons bur- ; 1hich'we the polls-what Would) be the amazement of. ,

"!?. mUllt be addressed to It sets my eyes a Tin kin'; each (contracts at the rate of X1G,660 per ship would copy entire, were it not that our'columns somer Chinese sage, or NewZealand_ philosopher *

All Cnmmumca.on3 pM.33AU And then vat's vorser still, you know, and 10s per mile..) to run between New York are so crowded as to render it 'impossible. who should, 'by an Arabian "means of/, i

AUGUSTUS C. GlLLKTT. VOttW She is sort o1 thinkin'a nd Liverpool. Some of the same description 'Mr.. FOOT in transmitting to Mr. CtutaXAiv a' speedy traMgojrtatjqnJlx .. uddenlyJtransferre : ., ... 3
: adniasaWe personal communicaUOiawUberharced -Or'.1" '. '< re-nearly ready for the.Nef York.and .Havre,. copyphl; proe dihgs bf the'(Missi&t pi Con? from hSS'own region of- Bohea;or cannibaliam ." f '

as advenisemenls. That I'm a {poor, deluded wretch, Southampton and Bremen line. A government ventiou, calls upon that gentleman to say into the ,midst of those' 'scenes orc ufusiou.-J "

S3": A'bills for Job Printing must be paid on the A thing not vorth a straw; contract line is nearly ready to run'fegularly Whether he approved them, and whether they Verily he would exclaim,:'aloud,at the infatua > .}

delivery of% the work. Fit food for nothing but the vorms, between New Orleans and Vera Cruz, &c.-. are. in his opinion,approved by the people of tion that reigned ..around him; the ceaseless '
Or some vild creature's maw.' Splendid steamers now run rfgu1arlyand frequently North Carolina, and the South generally. Mr. hubbub, tramping, pashingj'struggliDg: Bhout-
between New York and New Orleans continues: lug .
I swearing the
D R E U 4 geeticulating, tremendous !
THOMAS But now I think I'll pack my duds, calling at Havana and mlkingthe passage each ,I ."Being.a.prominent- member of the Whig party warninss on-blue nacer-to wluo_, "._..- -"w",.."*. .,1-" ,' I 1-
DRA/PBB AND T A Y LOR. And start for Kaliforny ; way in seven days. Besides the splendid steamers ,you will doubtless feel authorized to speak monitions on red g Democrats 0, the intense.ea- ,; i '4
Yes sail out around the of 600 horse each such in language too explicit to be misunderstood treaties
having determined to right caper power as the Crescent ; green for' freemen, the number ., 1
SUBCRIBER it's rather 'Horny!' City two still the Ohio as to the probable action of political *'
THE residencein Jack- Though more larger, and your asso- respectable. interesting individuals so fear : t
up thanks permanent to his fellowcitizensfor / jthe Georgia, are nearly ready to ply twice each 1! dates in the South; should the present section. t'nllyred in the face,'the multitude others l' 'J

the unexpected bestowed him and assures I'll dig out all the gold ; steamers on this line now make the,passage between Convention of Mississippi, you will observe, about the.,eyes. All Lids would be 1 :
hitherto been upou Then ch-jrms I'll 'ave to vin vife New York and both the two great political parties of the c .. r
that in future he will spare no exertionto Chagres (calling at Jamaica country enough to amtze"tbe wisest..of Chi: u; but II.' :
them cbntinnance of their patronage. Believing Though lam somevhat old: ) within nino days each way, an.l arrangei were equally represented; the resolutions, Had we told that,a bit paper/blacked here and :

merit that a his reputation has been well established Manchester Democrat. ments have just been concluded to call regularly Unanimously adopted by that body, may be there with certain, hieroglyphics' 'was-the,object .
this 1 at Jamaica. Five large steamers [this is a therefore regarded as declarative of the views of all this fierce turmoil and farther .
in St. Augustine and place, as a superior re V !
mistake; at present there are only threel] and feelings of the whole State. However it marked that in that bit of "
are :
I cutter and maker, he begs leave to represent ALMOST A PBGHT.The possibly 'paper existed the. t
now on the Pacific side to between 1'unu- may be elsewhere, 1 can assure ana
be disposed to favor run you power durability this great and free nation '
nil might t'
with their custom, he is able to furnish N. Y. Correspondent of the Charleston i ma and Oregon, calling at San Francisco, MiizatJan. : I most t; confidently, that the people of Mississippi we should ,not have ondered if the said ''- 'ti

him of kind of a cut and finish equal Evening News relates the following interesting Acapulco &c. Large steamers are now I look upon the slavery question, in its existing Chinaman.Had fainted on the'spot, in all the'*' % J

girments that any can be procured in Savannah or incident : 1, :0 be got ready to run between Pauuiiu and kspects, as above party. I am well satisfied agonies of doubt and bewiIdi rnient.' .:.". :
Many 1 Valparaiso, along the west coast of South America. that this is the condition of things generally in To a mind'at all appreciative. 'science .'
Cb.lrl ston.Hariug tln conversation a day or two since with one the South xor :
i and I that
.American 'companies have obtained ; hope you will feel justi should
exclusive philosophy we 'think the
taken the shop formerly occupied as of naval officers he communicated fied :, a 3
our gallant for ,iu expressing a concurrent ':
privileges navigating the Murauon opinion. between the
the Post Office, he is now ready execute with incident connected with the I Iu stea-engiaeandth American peo-tf : '
to thrilling ]
me a
md the Oronoco and a short time will see fine reply, CLINGMnfter very plainly pie would be of
promptitude all orders that may be entrusted which did not break out between the United a subject deep interest and rerf ; \.
war laying down the constitutional '
American steamers between the principles search. N. 0. '
running states re Picayune. : .
warranted fit. :
to .
to him All garments are States and Great Britain on the North Eastern lied
THOMAS ANDREU. ; nd the whole east coast of South .America 1 on by the South, and drawing the conclusion I ,
3t boundary question a few years since You far as Buenos Ayres.All that their exclusion from a share in the l\IEXIC.\N Cr.4DIs--It is said that claims to- j i
So10th 1S43. .
Jacksonville will reccollect that at one time a rupture between the .vte-iiners ready or preparing for the territories would be "l-ds great violation of the the amount$12,000,000 Have been presented* i

u. D. ILEJSCK, the two countries, on that subject who, was different lines especially for the New York and Const lutiOl1 as the Government could commit," to the Mexican Commission, the petitions for. f :

considered inevitable by a great many, Liverpool line, already adverted to are built, or sums imp the matter in the following strong many which Have not of course been receiTed.1
ATTORNEY opinions were entitled to consideration. About with teams: The treaty ..
building great care and constructed in appropriates'but$3.250,000 to meet t
s>uiirbe on one Sue morning, a frigate of our navy the best and strongest manner. Two merchau- I MIu a word, if the Government should adopt the whole amount and the division will be pro i
1 ,.
AND espied a large bLip on the horizon, which, tile houses in this country alone hold in tnese ,. the policy of excluding slaveholders, as such, rata upon the'amount, allowed by the Board
Conn cellar at I< avr. alter a few hours sailing. proved to be .a first frcci all the 1
American government contrct"companies to the Territory of the United States, it under approval of th e Secfeta'ry of S tate. Un, _
class frigate of the British Navy, belonging to oi1 300.030 would in substance and effect der the with I
extent each.
With such steamers 'cease to be ttte treaty Spain in 1819,five millions ,
Courts of the ,
WILL practice Circuit in the jmd several in the Counties of the West India squadron. By an extraordinary us those we have alluded to the fine and powerful Government of the United States. While the were stipulated to' cover' the'amounts dues and '.
: lcru coincidence the commander of the British i
British with the of the Constitution the distribution of this
steamers Cunard line, so might remain the sum yielded fraction
.tcJ Benton of the Southern Circuit hailed S
lliiMwroagh vessel had a few days previously ship, well meriting commendation and tupport have I same its character would be essentially over 90 per cent, among the claimants Under
of Klordi.: ; he which informed him that the U. ;
captain of .
changed. the .
wisely and prudcnth constructed, or are treaty with Fr1Dc'e.liv millions also were' j. ,
Tamp: B.t!, October 23th 1549.-nov,17. States declared war aguiust England oil the structing cin only hope to contend; but C0l1-1 "Ought the Southern States to acquiesce in stipulated, ahd the distribution yielded about '
--- ----- Boundary question, aud the captain of a these will be closely run in this race of competition p'this great organic change in'our political system 53 per cent It Has been suggested as a sequence

( I\ttJ.E P. C'OOPCB, which American cuiiim.vnJer had hailed, reported and no other European steamers engaged ? Ought they t& remain members of an to tbis state of fact, that the 'GoTernmeut..wiU '

ATTORNEYAND that- England had declared war ugainst iti such service in the western'world have the association which had, in utter disregard of be relieved from making, allowance beyond l

the United itatcs. Thus the two commanders 1 slightest chance to compete with them. They plain Constitutional guaranties, degraded. them the amount stipulated in.the treaty. 'i"

were under the impression that the respective will. we fear, beat them hollow, arid the whole from their position of equality? As History .. .
Conn.ellorat Lair.HAVING countries were at war witu each other, and they traffic and furnishes no record of Convneing Evidence. An Indian .
correspondence, and specie, lld I any people who have was brought -
prepared for a fight. Simultaneously, and us if postage, between LII.1and.Utl.1 the western prospered after they had forfeited their self-re- before a magistrate in a state considerable'. I .
I resumed his profession will devote oy concert; the American and British flags were world, come through American and*Cunard sp et:by submitting to be degraded'to a state insobriety, and instead ui'a'QgnringdireetI1--- .-

ezcbmrc/y 10 its practice throughut hoisted, and soon after the order "to "1'repare I lines Everyrhlng'froin nl1' outh America, the 1 o'political vassalage, I hold it to be the duty of the questions put by the justice, merely uttered :

( the Kasteru Circuit of Florida. iur action, double shot the guns! was given Gulf of Mexico, and nil the westera tropical the Southern States to resist this change. '1'hatl'cist ,-'Your honor is very wise, very!(, very _
Jacksonville E. Fi.-t, Xov. lOih.) 1S49. on bo.ird each vessel. In five minutes both were i I I ln to be effectual wise Honor is wise .
Archipel.-igo, will iu future go ,and cuaie by e, ,should be commensurate ,-your very I say ;
--.-- ----,-- ready to commence the work of death and des these 4 with the violence unable to "
American steamers; and instead of British of.the attack. This they Being get any other answer from p

H tEER & BAKE truction.. steamers carrying American mails and passengers owe to the cause of Constitutional liberty, to Him, He was locked up till the next day, whem: :
ttoi'IcrJ at Law The vessels were within miles of each other us might have been and 1.1Se, believe justice, und to their own honor." John was brought before hIm perfectly/ l.
and then commenced a trial of seaman-ship intended be I la a Mr. CU.XGAIAN Why John 'said the ,
to the case, it willia future beArnericaustuamerscarrringali postscript states that he justice, you were drunk i
J.icbnouvillr,'Fin.WILL an 1 nautical skill, the two vessels using every ar- 1 nuil&iud passengers has shown his letter to the Hon. WILLIE P. as a beast last night.1 ,

.in'ceand every expedient to get to windward to and from England and those portions of MA GUM, who entirely concurs" in its general I 'Drunk !' ejaculated John.. 'I :
practice in the several Courts in the of each other: in order to select a position that the world advertised to. Canard's fine steamers conclusions. ,an I will soon publish His views atl.ngth.1Jlercury. t 'i'es, drunk as a beast. When asked,you .
., Circuit of Florida in the U. would enable the successful one to Uo the other ,
make the to and New any questions, the only.answer made .
from York
passage by you wu -. :
S way ._ ...
Uistrct Court. _
Northern District of Florida broadside. For six ,
ihe most injury by a. single I honor ia wi e'
in twelve -
Halifax, days (frequejitly less tiait. I your very '..-
)) f-
the: Jprtc'me Court at Tallahassee; and prosel hours, which however passed over rmar--- I THE PLA.METASV SVSTKM 'Did I r
long and from Cltagrcs and Nete York, accomplished AS IT is sow UKDERSTOOD. call your Honor wise? said the Indian. ;
cute claims before Congress and the Departments swift in the opinion of the two .-Sir J. JleuscHEL
ibly in niiie days r/iorej twenty to twenty-one days to, | has late expressed his with a look of inc uJity. I

Government at Washington. ders md the Cl'ew's did the two frigates strivein Chagres, seventeen to, eighteen to Jamaica, while opinion that it is impossible any longer attempt 'Ves,',said the magistrate, ,, } ,
?os. clloBEET BAKEC. S. SPENCER. this way. Never were ordes given in a clearer tin:present West Indian steamers take thirty-six the explanation of the movements of all ;Then'replied John,'I must Have been drunk;;, .

Jan. G, :4&. ly voice, or more readily or willingly execu from England to Chares and thirty to Jamaica the heavenly bodies by simple attraction, asunderdtooJ sure enough j

ted. But it became apparent that in sailing eceniigood And regular passages. What mails, iu the Newtonian theory,these comets, I

fMIM, IP FRAMER;. I qualities, the American was far superior to the and passengers ask, will go by them in this with their trains perversely turned from the Bursting the JBuW/e.-,:The .late-accounts Tf ; 1
British frig.ite, and that in another tack she when sun, deranging sadly oar systematic view from California,are calculated .
A Jr@JBNm1r quarter, they c.iu get torward in twentyone to make the impression : .
would accomplish what her commander was so days by way of New fork and Halifax, and Nor are there (writes Humboldt) any constant 'that crash i* at""HantL The editors, .I.
ANDtounstItar skilfully striving to Jo. She "bouted ship, with the'great advantage communicating at relations between the distances of the planets of the New York Express Have Had an opportu. : :

atJACKSONVILLE 1LabJ, went around beautifully, and directed her the same time, regularly between sill tropical from the central body round which they revolve nity conversing with: a 'gentleman residing .
FLA. course towards the supposed enemy. Soon the and their absolute magnitudes densities times Worcester' Mass who arrived "
America and all North America ; and this too, : from,California i'
WILL attend to any professional business frigates approached. Not a word was spokenor twice each month, if not oftener, instead of only of rotation, eccentricities, and inclinations of and predicts that the next teamer will bring intelligence '

: to him in the Courts of the; ev.en whispered by any of the officers or crew once as at present? orbit or axi We find.Mars, though more distant of a general smash up there. Proper : '

E'Stern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at of either vessel. The eyes of all were intently It is a demonstrable ascertained fact from the, sun than eithertheEarthorVenus2 ty.he says- is tumblingdown,wages are reduced 1 )

Tallahassee. He his also such an advantageous .und eagerly fixed on the commanders, why, that; with steamers, such Canard and the A- inferior them in magnitude; Saturn is less I and hundreds of persons are begging for chan f iir I

connection wi Ita an able Lawyer at Wash- trumpet in baud,lUll with sword hanging by nierie.ina have, or 'will soon have. that. every than Jupiter, and yet much larger.than Uranus. ces ta work their passage Home in the'steamers-.
inton their bile occupied a position where they could mail The zone of the telescopic planets which is at the time Jor. '
City, as will ensure a prompt and spee- from every part of the West Indies and so' guaranteeing 'same to pay theirpas. {
oj collection of such claims as may be phtcedinhis be seen by all and trom which, their orders. the Gulf Mexico, could 'be transported cither inconsiderable in point volume viewed in the sage after their arrival Here. ,This gentleman

amis aghast. the United States. would be heard by all. The gunners were at way in 14 Jays less time than' at present, the series of distances commencing from the sun, tells us that miners returning ,from. themines jtal jt-

pt. Slh, Ih49. ly their guns, the matches were in their hands. course of post between England and every place I comes next before Jupiter, the greatest, in size to San Francisco, Have, cesdto.l>ring'

all ready to be instantaneously applied. All within the range mentioned, be'reduced to 1ittythrec of all the planetary bodies. Remarkable: as is gold. and now bring instead,'sore heads sore', t .

'CHARLES DEY AAL were as silent as death it je1t: And now the vessels days, (Jamaica, Havana and Nassau, the small density of ,all the colossal planets ,legs,and ruined constitutions':'according to:his .

are quite close, and the order to fire is about forty d.iys) and this, by a simple and i which. are farthest from the sun, yet neither in account many' persons. Have ''perisheiJ ..tLt'.the"' )
proper '
AUCTI J> 1VE KR.JACKSONVILLE. to be given-moment dreadful suspense union and combination; with, at the same time, |I this respect can we recognise any regular sac mines'and .upon thexoad, 'for lack 'of food and -;
E. F. ensues-the American commander applies the cession. Uranus appears to be denser than Snt- raiment: But .
>U!saving of.t 120:000 per annum to the : : ,we cannot give his reportmore.
&SALES in any part of the County attended L trumpet to his mouth-a shower of death is a- 'Those are points'worth the attending to country., and' to urn, and (though the inner grouOfphinet t I- in detail -it is a most lieldncHoIy, cue;'andhfe J: f :1

: md respectully solicited. bout to be sent against the devoted frigate-he which the government must attend We l learn : differ but little from each other in this partic-:' says what makes affairs worse is,.that spec-- $i. s j

. ksfnvilleIay 6, 1848 speaks 'Frigateahoy.-No answer for a mo with surprise, there, "uatrou the.late Contract i ular) we fiud: both Venus aud Mars .less dense ulators in California doing ,i their' best to''; :'

ment. "Frigate ahoy !"Awful suspense Packet Committee (Henley's) nhen a practical than the.Earth. which is situated between'them. send out favorable accounts, in order to get ocj '" f

AGENCY "Holloa!" was tha answer at last. "Any news witness was CCd/' by nay of North America The time of ro 8 ion increases on the" whole, 'ofthescr themselvej*, byp .tting"tbeir bui- ,

OF from Euglaiid T} "No' ," was responded in a deep the i'est.luiies. and Gulf #c., mails could be'conveyed -, with increasing solar distance.but.jet it is dens upon the. shoulders. of new. adventurers.. '':
DR. clear, and sonorous voice. The crew gave vent. quicker, and hon much sooner than at greater in Mars than in the Earth, and iu Saturn :;
S. S. -
to a little'of their pent up excitement. -Where he replied at least thirteen piesmtjaiid than in Jt piter. Affer'other remarks of L PASS: HIM ROUND..The brganzzerpnblished:: .
days that ,. :
I ; I :' .
: : MEDICINE. are bound! Havana. "Frigate ahoy J'7 the the same character, he adds:, ,wThe' ; "
you .room vas instantly cleared, and when the evi :planetary at Orford,Miss.has the fol1owzngueer advertisemcnt -'
Used said the British commander in his turn. '1101- tlence rims again admitted }ie was informed that system, in it's relation :.of.absolute magnitude! -
hun ,
* by ttith distinguished success in the lo. was the "Any nllWS, from the' relative position of the axial : -
i time ( .
response. both questions and answers to the effect mentioned } density 1. of rotation .
cure of "1\0?) A which lasted and "The Lost FD 1-1. Alvin'peun llnis ;
United States pause were expunged, as irrelevant it the inquiry dIfferent degreed of eccentrICIty.. of; t : aoa :. .j
Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, for a few minutes. ''Where are you bouud i'- the committee! before the orbit; has"to, our apprehension, nothing Samuel Unis, ,the d'dler,, :"late of;Georgia ... J J 1
"Havana? Simultaneously abustlecnsuc&1 ou more..of atural.neccssity. than tLe take this method to inform my uncles and-antj "
Asthma, Heart Diseases But-inquiry and saving, and truth and national r relative distribution !: ,i
board both frigates In defiance,of.discipline, interests and advantages. be acid water. on 'the snrfaVe\of my cousins andBother'kinsfolk.whose names : :1'

"sm. Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female the men left their guns,and it was fully a quarter thus stifled.; When the West Indian cannot Company'was our globe" thejjonfigu&twn continents,or the' appear belowthatl, .,am)living In.J.hiacou.utTI> i:

; Complaints, &c., &c. hour before they could satisfy themselves first established,the wholebu! ness"of th'a elevalion ofthd'u 1 tl 1 Jiiijri8. ;1T6 general law, near SeYl rpost.o!ct.and: that I will be happyvto "

that they were not going engagement portion of the world was embraced within their in these respects,.dHcoTerable either in :'theregionsbf hear from,any and all of them,'and to.see.anyj .f',

ALSO ) or that they could listen to the'orders', range, as a great national undertaking' and fspaceor in"the .i irregularities"of the' of them around oy own fireside I.wnl fur\he J; -1

Dr. S. S. Fitch'* Supporters Shoulder given them. Wishing each other'a.'pr08perous one which the g vernin nt'oftbe day had,much crust'of the-earth:-English! .paper'; state.that I,was 'atel/ 'married, to',oneNancyViiborh t :
> --
Braces, Inhaling Tubes, ahd Lec passage, the two ve le altered their courses, aj; beait,and wond.) have given'e most :decided Ours ets; \ ".,whpj. am free to sayj. "ill pass in any:' : ',
were vocal 'the with''i crowd. ,
of their other. :
headed for the day ,
port .
and and which \ t !
Lures on and support, ,the then American
jthe "
both reached Havana the'American farewell songs'of the:; inanumitted: -- :
a few days they knew from :negroes1 ; --r -- .
art preserving Life and frigate tome twelve hours iu, advance.. government/we only ready to aidrbutconsidered good authorityjWerenot ,by'.the"will. :pf .the,'lilte\:Mr. Otway Carter., .Tho PHiiadelnhia_ ,Ledger in.iallqding; 16- t1ie:. ) f :::

Health, to Oltldge, When the British vessel got 1 anchor,'she8aluted was Jess (executed it would be;) to hope-With ',They were: passing through'the Village'on$h
&c., 4c. by the American and the' complimentwas thiit fatality-however whicius: attached oppose. -way to Pehnaylvania. We learn that'tJ1erewere", : lor,to be poaiuba_he Held in tHes _. '
-returned. In the evening the two commanders rything-conuectedwiththe, more than'eighty;of4heini;'.including all ages,c army pievious to .His i iattempt t to pull 'General' 7
West Indies '
lave been appointed Agent for the sale ofw i supped together,and communicated (o each' with that obstinacy, or as Lord.Brougham. w6uld,timid, IZ.t'S a n d jsexes. They: .were tinder the,charge, \Jackson's nose'on. board tHe.'ateaniboat' ,.at>the i .
.above Goods, and will keep them constant- other the inaccuracy of the intelligence: which and did. designateit] "unteacnableistand". Mr. Burrows, the' executor 'otf Mr.v ;Carter' ,wharf'/Alexandria, iupresenee J r:'i d: rgarnumbej : ;

1 9 oaliand at my Drug store. in the Town of: had, by a singular coincidence" been conveyedto still or retrogad6.spirit! ...which ntjknds.erwy : :IfMr' Burrows' wishes secure for these ". ,of'atraDgergv J;yery.Properly )teuany, N". '
Ttopa, Tampa Biy Fla. both. If you.had.fired a single gun, said the, thing which directs zu.ffered'*' groes friendly' reception! in the State to which L 'General.Taylof J.hwrae anawered'

Dr. L. D. ROGERS. American commander;I would have fired abroad their affairs from the'colonialsecretary: ti' they ;are';:going,.. bjB jhoold; "nefore" nterinp:; 'oncepromptIy.and"te.l1t. >thft .LlndiC, _
doVn5wards .Pennsylvania. dual wh ',eoJl14 so. zortbe Iuto: ,
si4einw you My crew,said.the Biitish coxnT everything ,wasniotiatiEd5Awhatasmost {"breakthercompMyf.intox: small > trrli'i'i'sp ;
Dr Dr.Fitch's"' ( tIDE BOOK TO INVALIDS mander, were at their-posts, and"prepared*ou Tamable and partkesanddisguiac'them 'lLS"nmtlmagl .'the Chief Magi8trtQf;& o n iato opeuiand ) i

ti Directions for'promoting Health, and Iii!' the first hostile;:de onstration to\ engagewith by 'Sir Rob"Peel'i niostiznonant2 goveronfenb'tobere.flinqulshed was suffered anil TKeywlir'then be" receiye with open'arms,- ; gro'7 U14u1t 'hun, fr pertormzng.apubbc&

? lons'to Mothers in the bloody would Jnot : feast oninefatted,.lalveir Bat let th'eljrtriechr da."i1S nwothotve :hoUicg &j-lPt.I 1' .
Management of you a engagement ; ,. for whch4ndeed,4.Jiegyn i ; i i : '
par wD' i .
CiireLn be had that have been How many lives would 1 not : erbe k ,auJthey prob'tbJ" gaiu.i3 the.p lic-a'-tJ :' '., :! '
may gratuitously, .1. .1 and influence .' 1 : .
lia l.entadIUppo't iJbii8ubse1 be'drivers"jUaek : Joh t ;. .. ,
os rere 1 -- j- -
fit n.the KandolphViiVnumiiteii'ftegrofs : : Li1k ,
tore if shot -
us above. An extreznel' h.l\tc; been lost, a single had been fired by, : TOeasnreiO 'WJiaVwa*then : t '.
Ytinable 'J when .:to enterttHr en tf ti t'ot.&oZ '
Book. occasion ed. secking .
vesgelon 7. Xn ; ,
that e JiardJy
cither ; rashly;landjgnjorantly'}'l1t ; has sul-se, State:of Objor ,o:true 'liTis iliaf it is rd. ,,h : t.e4".," q ,
Tamp, August 25, 18-19. thfct the two'comnunders "miVdo night of been notlote ay"eay..r4 ; : \
1Y say quently eagerly
.sought tQb.orecovercd.butills ot lie: .slaVe; )ut: hatred pfthe'iinaitter. that :"p; at rHI1 efrTtoUeg1 ; &i i1 ,', l
I it and bosom friends ith'e'm6rnin late rt :. :
; parted ibo t do .
now so witft adVanta' ; ,
JKeitKer ,
\ 'actuates the philanthropic Abolitionists.s3r .k' i< :: -. JIoi., ,; .. "' '" ,
few :
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ii: v i f F;\ .:_The;-Bllfwiuippi-- --- Plttirbrmi" violation of the'Constitution j but would: afford THE N'E"' W''S' ."..-' to" ;;':-use' .:, force' f,:':.(-or". '.their,' 'removal.-- :V.-. pa- ) \V igpi: sJ, 'thi -'Sr..t"\-t.: "
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"evidence of a fixed andMeliberate', on : interestsrofth' cftizens of Florida wisei '" ."
J We republish: below, according to our promise -. 1Jie.J : ; antlsufreged! t he '.
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--r "' ""
Interfere with the institution -, enemy
that b
:> .the .ubstaueeofthe proceedings of.the Mil; the part of lto ; iI: 4- t f .
1 sissippi,Convention; t embracing: the.Report, the of slavery in the States .",' -_ :'rr'wiire". *-::at,td1landcxpbqit: ? : r-*& answer" to' .niaiii.todutyy' life.and, Pt iti:3i: i
} ') Resolutions, and such'action under them as 1SI 4.Thai we regard passage by Congress ,of. : -these{.plain ,quest ipns3?"_.., ever should suit their. i -'
.'.\t interesting to the,other States. It will be ,seen the Wi1mot Proviso:: .. :' (which; would, in effect -_ ,1 : Our .h I .rJ' nif.lQ

\I; j that the exposition of principle is full, and that deprive the citizens ofihe'slaveliolding States of. :'Federalism. "and. the. ..:Florida. .". ;war,- xlrnn 'Whrg" .neihg60rat.:
the Contention had fall view of the practical an equal participation5 ihthe Territories acquired "' 'tI6tC.
t1. a thlittemurders;
their blood and Theuffepu1)Hcaiiv :of the 6tq jrist.attempts / ,to.i the r
. f l' bearing of these princip s. equally by treasure,) as au ft i
'i;": ;y. They< vise the .assembling of a Convention unjust and insulting discrimination-to which JACKSONVILLE-; 'DECEMBER s, 1349., !its:defence oithecoure: pur Itresjden 'POLK.removed_, J Pt '.

of all the sUveholding States,at L'ashvUle, Tenn. -these States cannot, without political,degradation pointed for defencethey
y.j I ,
:t i submit and which this .Congress, s..ucby( ,t \Vfiijj i p prpmotingf: ,In :ordett
.: ti:: on the first Monday in June, 1850, td be comm ,- to Convention representing > ,, .. ,.
v. .1' kea
from each State the feelings and opinions of',the people of 't ".might part for the: '
of number
delegates .
posed a has a cessation of; hostilities 'with 'the Inlafis Mui
The Georgian a telegraphic.des- .. .. ,, : '
1 t equal to twice the number of its Senators and Mississippi,solemnly declare thel.will not submit -, '' .-war, VVe. shaljgo a little 'bS
g. Representatives in Congress. patch announcing that the nominations ( :during! Ihe. .last" war, )ndr'cor' farther.} '

They have appointed the delegation to represent 5.That thepassage-of the Wilmot Proviso or in 'ass : It '
; :
J have teen 'made inca .for Speaker sequentlfcaudng' their 'presenCe'in' appear(
with number of substitutes other law abolishing sl veryin the Districtof '
f r.- Mississippi, an equal any thatifin., '1842 the realITjl '
war had
J k incase of inability of the princi p.tls. Columbia, -by the Congress of the United of the Houseof&presentatives-Hon. the,State (this time, notwithstanding ,

t They recommend the Legislature by law to States, would, of itself be:such a breach-of the "finished" amid the:.planditstion of
f 4t, : HOWELL COBB, of Georgia on the'part the remonstrances. of the;Democracy of th
; make it the duty of the Governor to assemble a Federal compact, as in that event) will make it the murdered "'
t'krI b t Convention of the State by legal election, in the duty, as it is the right of the slaveholding; of the Democrats..and ,Hon,:ROBERT ,L. .this State. .In. an'article_of some; length bodies, o"fpor" ,
;iti f. case of the aggressive action .of Congress in States to take care of their own safety, and to : zens would not now' cry; out for V
WINTHROP on the part of Federals. we find very little which affects:the,real ,
"h t:"' specified way treat the nan-slaveholding as enemies to geance' against those '

:;, t r We see no necessity for going beyond these the slaveholding States and their domestic in- point at .i issue:, and ,the concluding. .., :.,par. who"
' J'f; : measures for the present, and as far as they go, stitutions. gems conceal and"not to prevenube
Brother Jonntli.. Christinas and 'New agraph to contain the gist of the evile0B.
1 i i'.; ( they seem to us unexceptionable. We subjoin G. That the Legislature is hereby requested -' sequences of ,
' .a 1!f the results of the Convention in full to pass over such laws'as may, in their opinion, Year Pictorial., whole defence. permitting- the Ij ant

"\ "" ,11 Report be best calculated to encourage the emigration of \\T e have received from Wilson & "The to "remain in,....their, 1jdst.lcoxxt1NICAnn..- .'
two hundred and.or-
f' 1i; We, thedeleg-J.tesot'o.couvention, called by i our citizens of the slavehoMing States, with remaining : -. .
;&1 : the people of the State of Mississippi, to deliberate slaves. to new Territories of the United States. Co., New York, an early copy of their ty Indians were, scattered and hostile i: .] ,

4I upon the means to prevent the unfounded 7. That iu view of the frequent and increas double-mammoth PICTORIAL BROTHER -many of them ,inhabiting; the popu. The;Constitution .

t f.r..t pretention, that Congress has power to legislate ing evidence of the determination of the peopleofthenonslaveholding Jous portions of Middle Florida fr.- ME. Karroo-There Of'ValJroraJa.
the of domestic and to JONATHAN for the We m aw ale
: upon subject slavery, States, to disregard: thegUilrantee.3 Hollidays. maysafely of Stereo
fl1 ;.ii f prohibit its introduction and existence in the of the Constitution, and agitate the: that it i is the richest and best which it might have been impossible to ped and flattering phrases, which but toajant

: ,;::1; ;; Territories of the United States, have duly considered subject ofslavery, both in and out of Congress, ; say extinguish smallpartiesveven by.anoth of the conductors,of the Daily Pre '

. "1 the important subject committed to our I avowedly for the purpose of effecting its abolition pictorial paper ever issued from their er seven years var.Th, 'se wee 'grad h bit of using, with a species of aS aw ft e
,g'f'.'!' charge and make the following;: report, as expressive in the States; and also in view of the facts The feature of the ually d i awn within the limits tQl'petiti
grind assigned when
< n
:+ii:4.. of the voice of Mississippi.It set forth in the late "Address of tha Southern press. paperis ? ,. writing on certain subjecU cf;
!, : ; is boldly asserted, that Congress possesses Members of Congress," this Convention pro an Engraving of.enormous size which south of Peas creek, and their with-- popular interest-the hollowness otwjii

'f J.1.. an unlimited power of legislation over all the claim the deliberate conviction that the time will astonish entitled drawal from the settled parts of the sometimes ludicrously
!' .. : territories in to all the every body, "The exposed, by the _,
; ; belonging common people has arrived when the Southern States should State even by persuasion was step aft plain and trueful
i f;..: of the United States 4-hat it consequentlyhas take counsel together for their common safety; Pleasures, Follies and Miseries, of judicious as the General's warfare style in which they .ae oaQ
t.-.I has power to prohibit slavery in these Territories and that a Convention of the compelled to express them lTfls.i t
slaveholding "
; Christmas New : ti9J1
;.e,',< -that the exercise of such power is expedient States should be held at Nashville, Tenn. on theFIKST in York. This engraving efiectual.) The policy was not novel, the same subjects by the force o firtthtb

f'* \ r- and necessary, in as much as slavery is an MONDAY IN JUNE next, to devise and is near four feet long by 35 however, with Gen., Worth, although evidence and stubborn facts.
:I- ", I evil which must be eradicated from the lalld.f' .- fllAr.f_ some, mode, AfvpcQtTlfl. t.n t.hP4P_ "flP1'Q_ first 'carried out 'under.. his'command.. Thus t 1a &!iC
;" Sr With a few patriotic and honorable exceptions, sions n" ; and- that-- this- -Convention--------- -- --do appoint" : .r i inches wide, and is beautifully executed. -I (,uen. iVlaconib..... -, it- under- 'instructions of the New York Express.," in an arti.--' ...i.-_-_'

,f'ii J the people of the Northern States seem determined twelve delegates and twelve alternates-being I A spirited group; of portraits of I attempted ded 4No Slavery in California," 1aunchea
from :\-t Van ua
: r to adopt the Wilmot Proviso, or the principle double the number of r. n, as :long into the'
tIC usual
our senators and Re-
. swelling and ad
;;r 1 "General) Taylor and his cabinet" occupies before 1839 but captandm, I
.. it contains. Each succeeding year brings pi-esentatives in Congress-to attend such Conventions as was.foiled by the du in this
',J'i.4" .. forth new expedients for the accomplishment of the the chiefs. subjeCt-and announces, thatftsuc5ia
.:, and that the other slaveholding principal part of the first plicitY'of had been previ.
'; i this object. The press. the pulpit, and the ballot States be invited to he IeC'fce of the Rejnestntativesofthefu
appoint delegates agreeably ously recommended Gen.
; i"' t box, have already become tributary to this to the s'ruie ratio of representation. I page of the paper, and a grand tableau by Jesup, was who have officially declared that ,
l'.f.1:3: fanatical hostility to the South. It is vain to heartily approved of by Gens. Eustis 81anrt'ahnnever
S. That in the language of an eminent northern of Dr. Franklin's Maxims fills the last be tolerated in that State. The! '
: ; 1' hope for an abandonment of this settled design. writer and patriot: "The right of the Twiggs, Scott, and we believe every coa, n;
. .f. 71. Submission to our wrongs, provokes perseverance South in Africm service, exists not only under page. It is leally a curiosity in litera- officer who had ever had practical experience tion has adopted a State qoRstitutioi, em&dj 1 .

'Jit: \. on the part of our aggressors; and it is wise but ovtr the Constitution. They existed before ture and the fine arts ; and the price, is in Florida. Either it must ing the.most enlightened precisions,. and em,.
::.t.!. in States, as it is in individuals. to resist encroachment the government was founded. The Constitution cing a high degree prudence
'i. astonishingly cheap at 12 cents have been wise or we ,moderation andwisdom7
; ;; ,4'; Unfortunately we have been but was rather sanctioned by them than per very must adopt
,.: 'J ::.r. too passive under former encroachments. Our by the Constitution. Had not that instrument copy, or ten for one dollar. I the very sage opinion suggested, that ; on the partofit3framers&ci' : c.;'i:..

' r '" t f opponents exult in the passage of the Oregon admitted the sovereignty of those rights, it never I all these distinguished men joined in a It is scarcely necessary,Mr.Editor,to'kuy.

1, .5 t? Bill, as a full acknowledgement of the principle, would have been itself admitted by the South plot, years in advance, to crush the very extended comments on the prids .and
and build their of further success on that. Shall the Indians be ,embryo '
. t.'i ,a. hopes It bowed in dei'erence to rights older in their Removed Hercules moderation exhibited by "the assemWed
In this unfortunate there but impersonated in Flori
J\t f :i ?. two alternatives; the controversy one is submission, are the other date their, naturethan stronger, in any their other claims which and the holier Constitu-in Week after week and month after da's humble Delegate to Congress.Gem .- dom" of the new State,deliberately iocltiiing I

.1i ill. .*,.,,';.':II resistance. To the one we cannot-we will tJti can boast. Those rig is may not changed month passes by, and yet we find our- Worth accomplished the object, in its constitution, a provision, by whicaifwillpresent

.!. : : not dopt.consent ; the other we are reluctant to a- even by a change of the Constitution. They selves in the same position with regardto and closed the war with the plaudits of itself, with a fire-brand in-ita land,at

!t are out of the reach of the nation. The the nation. the door of and will
confederacy If Congress
he ; enter tie Union
l.. ;4 :) In the name of our constituents, we solemnly may dissolve and the Constitution tho I Indians, as at ihe time of the was a true Whig,
ff.: : .' deny .he existence of the power claimed, and'fr but pass lie reflected lustre upon the name by with the portentous aspect of a comet-timt.
away rights will remain unskaken
: !;t4'TI *; protest against its exercise. We assert that it will exist while the South exists-and when; murders of Pease Creek and Indian that act. fie did more. H6 designedthat ing "pestilence and war," rather than as a set

#4-: ". a* dissolution will violate of the the Constitution Union. and will lead to a: they fall, the South will perish with them." River. The latest reports we have received military operations should be con- appearing star, calmly ascending to its destined -

4.wr1 9. That to procure unity and proll1ptnesscfaction from the frontier tinued in Florida after place in that benign and 1b;
r We have not met to discuss the question of are indefinite the truce, "di-- glorious const

4L.! i' power expediency. They have been argued that a Central in this Statethis or State, Association Convention be recommends formed at and inconsistent. We learn that Gen.' rected to the protection of the inhabitants"," tion, that presided so auspiciously at the,'birti

.r ..4: and re-argued, in and out of Congress, by our the Capitol, and affiliated county associations TWIGGS has addressed and for this purpose "theVhigs" left liberty, and has continued to fator-
:; letter
:; statesmen and by our people. We have reasoned a to Col. '
t within the several counties of the State. eighteen hundred men at the different ingly on its bright and prosperous course.
tJ. aud remonstrated in terms of conciliation
J r :::' with our Northern brethren, until forbearance 10. That we recommend to the Legislatureof expressing his confidence posts in the State. Had Air. Tyler's stead of seeking admission among her,elder'tnd

f" "J .;; has ceased to be a virtue. We have warned the State,that at its next session, a law be hat the Indians would, under the mild I I SUCCt'ssor nut withdrawn these men, more staid sisters, with'the calm;dignified,wd
enacted it the
t ; making duty of the Governor ofthe
t : d them of the consequences of perscverance..ftJ .- State, by proclamation, to call a: general persuasion of money, consent to emigrating that protect ion would have been affor- Pacific mien which,placed as she is,under kinder
. Jf" They have disregarded our remonstrances andf
;: f our, warnings; they disregarded the most solemn, : Convention of the State, and to issue writs ofelection from the State.Ve also under ded. If the Whigs are "responsible I. and more genial skies, than bend over any

1 f 1'-j'!.. 'compromises, in which we yielded too much.tt1 .- based upon the ratio representation t lnd thai ASSUKWHA foi the presence of the Indians jn Florida other region and bounded by an evertranquilocean

( : '.: They have: refused to submit judicial determination in the Legislature, upon the;passage' by Congress the most; ," they are not for the late murders that :wooes, rather than breaks upon her

:,r preferring to decile by the force of l ,orthe slavery"Wilmot in the lroviso District, of or any Columbia law abolishing crafty of the incorrigible tribe of MIC- that have.been'committeil in Fl rida.." caverned shores. She might reasonably bata
.-r.r numbers. There is arbiter and or
no common we ,
yr;:: too must decide for ourselves The decision; is prohibiting the slave trade between the States, CASUKIES, has most especially shown Now we cannot perceive that a single been expected, to exhibit, what the"insensible

,3 :1p made. We take our stand on the plain principles and to take the into mode consideration and the act aggression himself accessible to such arguments, word of the'above affects ,the real and gentle-moulding influences which the

.4; ;"' ;' of the Constitution. and intend to maintain manner of redress. and has promised to exert all hid influence scenes external nature in so' appi-
f..J. ;f it or sink in the effort. 11. That a committee of six be chosen by the question at issue, which is, why were general,
3.:: 'I." We assert that Congress has no power over Convention to prepare address to the peopleof at the same time declaring that the Indians permitted to remain, and whoit ly exercise over, thejiuihan: mind and. character

r 1. the subject ofslavery, within the States, or in slave-holding States. i it would be at the risk of his life. At that their ; she has preferred to assume tie air of aBully
was removal
: .$:: the Territories. That these States by the revolution urged or opposedit a Blasterer, and'an Intruder; and lib
._ the declaration A Home for o.'Q"L' the same time it would appear that Gen. The Mr. YULEE the
ft I ; by Independence and The fling at are puerile Irishman who engaged in which he had so

1'..'' F:;1t. by the treaty Sovereignties of peace became, with seperate all the political and independent heart beat following high in the beautiful reading.letter It is makes addressedto the TWIGGS is making the most elaborate i and merely_ show ,the obiect*r of- the n_- concern, merely, as he phrased it.' to hare t

,1 1 power of separate nations; and that they are the chairman of the committee for providing ; iieparations for war,-that he is constructing writer to be, to, distract the attention of share in- the, fun"-seems resolved to enter into,

r:::'" Btill so. except so far as they may have expressly a assistance lady, in response to the refugee to an loleof invitation England made to, the by a military road from Tampato t he reader.from thereat. nvuter in hand. and take, leading part in the fratricidal,ecu-
.tr\1 of their
delegated part to the general test in
power which she finds the ,
r;:. government;and that they have not delegated female sex in England, by a correspondent of Indian River, with military pots at the defence of the Republican amounts two great divisionsof
U the London News to unite in the Union, so fiercely and so. unhappily iB.-'
: Morning {
: their Federal preparing .
Government i inteivals of
:. sovereignty. is ten miles and that
,f J.;;t not a sovereignty; but a limited federative system a home for the noble Kossuth and his gallant every merely to. this, that it was the 'policy volved. This we say, she has delib ra elf elected

.. ;.-,1' possessing only such powers as have been companions in adversity: his arrangements in the"commissary of Gen. WORTH to draw the scattered to do-though the safe middling icaybr;;
": expressly granted by the Constitution, with such Mr LORD: With feelings of deep sympathy, tind: quartermaster's departments seemto bands of I Indians which she might have ll
into the successfully steer
tL.v a implied be I read this morning, in the daily News, an interesting portion
; indispensably
powers may necessary -
,1 as incidents the express grant. It follows letter, entitled 'A Home for Kosscth.? anticipate a long period? of hostili of the State; and that having "ac through the Hurl-Gate this Text question
,i ., 3 that it With generous confidence the writer appeals to into the desired haven-lay plainlyand immediately -
can only legislate on the subjects, ties.. It further known that the dele
t,.=:,;:, confided to it; and, on them, only in strict subordination the mothers the wives and the daughters io complished the object he closed the war before l et:: that leaving,'as all'of her
i1J:.: to every principle of the Coastitu- England ; and surely that appeal will be responded gation Seminoles from! Arkansas are with the plaudits of th nation." Now predecessors had
so wisely done the subjectof
4 to. Granting, even tor:1. moment that -
.w. iton. As is '
I power constantly tending to the leg- still at Charlotte's Harbor
' islative department: it is inexpedient that Congress amid their commercial undertakings Englishmen under the \ve are not dealing with Gen. WORTH, slavery, untouched, pr: where they; :found! ft

; .("fl. should encroach on the liberties of the shonld so far forget their high descent- protection of a strong mounted force, alone. We have no desire to represent placed previous to the formation of the Union.

..,...-a',..!"f people and doubtful the sovereignty of the States by cxercising descent-,assuredly 1 mean, from the gentler freemen half, as of to our be lukewarm British -- and that they dare not venture among him as the cause of 'I the melancholy! e. In what respect, are these Californians, raked

#t'J: We maintain that powers.the system of slavery wasrecognized race will remember their vocation, to, welcome their brethren, for fear ofth'eir Jiye vents which followed! and 'hereafter together from. every quarter of the earth, so

r.S ;aP as property, the full enjoyment of the stranger and comfort the afflicted-above These hostile indications may superior to the.heroes, the sages and the patriots
b'i which all, the suffering sons of freedom. No certainlydo follow the adoption.of Whig policy.
; was guarded and protected; guarantied seventy-six, that a slave cannot be allowed
.r -J.) by tho that matter whence they come, it is enough that they not accord with the expressions of There others
4.: compact Congress has no power over are individuals still liv- K to come between the wind and,their nobi
are suffering in the holiest of all and
;r o :. such property; the right of property preceded causes, confidence in the '
"r!': L the constitution-it is coeval with the history that they need the shelter of ofa British home. peaceable intentions \i ngi high in the confidence of the Whig ity," or profane the soil, that, has.;once .beD\

;r. of man; it exists by a paramount law: of nature "Permit me, my lord, to congratulate you of the Indians which we hear from party, whose letters representing the trodden by vthe Mexican! i,, the, Chilian. : or'the.:

; r:! ; it is the law of nature; it is the subject of personally on the position you have taken, and Government sources. What does it peaceable of 'Chinese, -that owns .only. tfce mild' sway OtLynIilaw1 -
' on the influence have shed around disposition the Indians
you during
.. control by State The Union i
:.,J sovereignty only.
and whose inhabitants knew no,
'*w; ., never would have been formed without the fulland this awful exhibition of continental tyrannyand mean 1! Has Government ascertainedthat and deprecating their_ removal: 'still' ,
... are
!.. entire continental cruelty. other pursuit but that ofgam'r fand gold.. We.
": recognition slavery, and property the Seminoles will
: ;:: in slaves,and theg'taJ& .ty to the owner which is "The high bearing of your conduct is before never consent on file in the 'Department. They are shall now proceed tf quote the character: which,

j.t contained in Constitution.. the world, and your silent reflections will know to emigrate 1 Does it find itself exposed all equally responsible, and our,:object )is the EditorVf the Express: -with a strange;and: t
4p S,: We the peace of well doing. I would scarcely have
assert that the territoriesacquired by the '
{i .' late war with Mexico are the common property presumed to address your lordship had I not to the responsibility of a long 'to shift tiie! responsibility on >the right; amusing forgetfulness: of his" first' grand eloquent .

of the United ktatcJ that the people of the remembered I was the mother of one of the and expensive, war l' Does .it hesitate shoulders. Will i l lh ftepublic- / hotvrithslaridihgMts description of them rat last'so candidly
A&Y States have a right to move to it and enjoy it noblest'of men-one whose name cannot be unknown this. gives of:this,twpe peniSj in'another part''of,the
-I.' .. !, to take with them their property,: their religion, to your lordship,nor to any Englishman;. at incurring. .responsibility, and endeavor << :: 1 labored defence,, ,prer 'samVpaper, and',which is laughably; headed-:

a1j; ; and their lib rty.. Congress did not create and as the mother of Thomas 1)rummoud, I reJoice to postpone the crisis. Hits.'itresolv 'end. to ,say .thai.theyar was ..fii8hei\/ \ HJRntete. 'Account. 'il.4.S if.that:which.."we ,hara
to feel that have fallen
r.: property in slaves, nor can it say they shall though years on
:;4:'-t. cense to be property. To abolish slavery in the me,'my heart bcatsas ,warmly yea, a$ fervently d to leave the' Indians alone, andto a.mjd l ; tne' plau"dita'ofthe'riat1on. :_j i"y iI! already extracted,'was:intn4\ 4.solely'for pub.

r;) 'c; Territories, is to diminish their.value, and limit for the cause of violated, outraged humanity guard our frontier with the whqle army )it pretend>' to:- 'saj""that, ;this-very' ..policyordjscontipuinj "'; lic'effectj: .or. merely'1. iojsignallxa, his devotion ia
( : *-
i their usefulness in the States. It is appropria- as ever did that of my distinguish son, and as ? *
( the ot zi
1 noMe
of the tln'ited ; 1ibalpr cipiesand cause. egr
;.. ting the whole of the Territory the use of one at this moment io the hearts of Britain's most States, until such !hbstiliiies was'not urg--: :.

i portion the people of the United States to the upright and gifted children. time as our, troutlesorne.neighbors shall edhy' President TnR liberty. >Prfraiecttpst9: .. $ :fto1IsJzif-; !
;:L11 t exclusion of another. The power of Congressto ':My lord, may the God of all Righteousnessbestow become : i.n.a"-, )message, ,, We,have hadiin.ppportunitj of,<;onTersbg witlj

' .,' to legislate for the Territories, is a power to his blessing on your farther. ol's, forI extinct bYnutural mef1n31The.e1qt1iry'l -, and. denounced* by the delegate i : "fromFloridaat a gentlemen residing Manchester,Mass,' 'H
:. protect the citizen and his : There- doubt not,I cannot suppose that they are at an i of interest -i"1 '**"S" \ "' ","'v
1 property great ,, ..tliattiiriet' Were, ,npt. 4HeIT 1 : arrived ;from.Californi. in:.tha-:Empirflt .City
,, fore, end; no, ,1 firmly ,trust that the blood ot: the -
\.. .. 1. Resolved, That we continue to entertain a martyrs of. freedom will nourish the seeds of and the' fate of the whole population of' consequences which, have 'Since' 'resulted )- steamer.. ,He gives'a melancholy picture.Q if:L t

,.I devoted and cherished attachment the Unbn,.. liberty and darken! the cloud of retribution Florida: is.dependent 'on, the result, 'foretold:>yi htt.4e1egat\ onthe. ,apjreajranceJipf fairs inVpalifqrnia, aa(tP; redict ,Jhat &$ next

pp;. but we desire to ha veil as it was formed. and which, in the_ strength religious faith, I seem We feel i : steamer vwiil .brftg. t i.&eloli't, \ general
not, :as'an'engine of oppression. to behold rising from". the., blood stained, soil of; ,constrained, .to\call uponftfe( : the. "Message.. : These tare, smash" : 'tit'thef M e., V J opery,1saysis'umbliDa-fr f .
i :
2. That the institution of in the South.e Hungary. I. Federal of,Ibis ; up
slavery press, Stat, to, explain questionswIuch: ihe'ejpujbircan, fif jitsdefence
_h.-- ra States is left, by the Constitution;exclusive. : "I have: the honor: .to remain, my lord, with ;' :
under the control of the States in 'which} it cxIst' the highest regard. \ ur. l '. most obedient -: this'suspicious procrastination' on' the'' has'"'evaded-. i t;'tfie .whole'ques-1 : sons'are',begging for chances to .work their pUsige ?

I -- ,; and: ;ns it part of its:do! cst c policy,"which:they part of the Administration: The policy tion'' ,atisj&ujjLTi; J- .pm jejjJja.!.iheinrGreat home in the:steamers,'.;gtiaraateeringj t
they only have the. abblih'or DRUMMOSD. :
to .
right regulate '
_ perpetuntejas they may: severally,' judge 'To Lord DUDLEY'STUART. of,-'government. ,'had 'supposed, been. ..' .praise i :.haS' been, !.jgiven andtvthiistie the:same' .time i k,.iV pay' their passage after; tkefarrival

,. expedient! ;,and that all attempts the partPef ,"Shad wick Place,:E dinburgh/Oct# : 22, 1840.)? clearly Defied.vMr.f.CRAWFORD. 'distinctly .' -('l Gert.o) YQ RTfor: : having here This ie htiemaij.al90 J Ils us,that
Congress "
or others, to interfere" with this'Sub, miners;returning from the mines,-.Io SuFr3Dciseo7bave
ject,either directly or indirectly; are: in 'violauon CAUFORWA Gow: >.-The Pennsylvania!!states declared) that the'Indians. ..weretobe drfvenTthe, 'scKCteirfed bodies ,df,. .Indians: dtob1ngo1d'and' now.bring
r .of the that : ; -" ? "-- # zx-f'f.. Lv : > -- ,f-
and safety of Constitutibn'darigerou8 the South, and ought to to'the be:rights:, :'sand"three dollars million of California seven hundred gold had and been thirty received 'tfiou- : removed' >aCalj hazards_ by, fair, into he.eve gtnles., 'L3ut-we .dp qqLq1J( > iusti4,"'doe1P'4: ;,:4Qr'leg s, zd,ruied cosstt'
proP '
: erly resisted. : : U. .MiD "means if possible! ;and_:if: hot.'bjr'force. derand vJ 'ibiB hoiiid1 be i1otI ,Aroording,.toda accgunf persons
'3.Th -at the :S ; .i ju,Philadelphia;:np to &t- : < : i t .IS \cQrisfderr inany ,

law; 'abolishing Ubcfress-hns slavery no in the oWer-ito'ptllIJI District: of Colum-, any uilaylai&-. .. las, their i .], $change;i in this:-'poit.c3r )i' I ed, ,as,laTtEfg'clpe14ih9. War. ,. TTjiVgen? hate perished at tb j mines, and, /upon; the wad
'prohiblt..tho slave trade betweeenthe: .The exact.relpcity." : of- :electricity- -' along 'a cop I Is Government' ',still'deteYminedto i : eia}t cry;grail. t) OUr'CitZefls:n_tnat tintejwithithe feriaclcof: fmdtyd raiaievtj. Buch.MrjWoTjis h
J the caricature
of slavery Sra.tess jn to or jbeprohibit Territories the of-introduction the United perwiresays;( n English paper) 18288,000 miles' ; .remove,- The, .'.Setyiholes";, ,-XaallazardsW "- "exceptipnjpnet-Wfiig People. spuri.qus-who,hav6.popuaton'.rthe adopted| | a..c6nstHutioa.fof;
: 4n a second ,
pt is.CiilcuUted
Stafesj'hnci; that the paasage: ,"Congress/of :I:we could telegraph,to ourt antipodes,:accordingly ia rather, that **' +.;.\n" ,' case'they t !jrefuse to erni-: ciana' yas',+Remove, ':the,Indiqns.! "But* 1it r F.r- mb CJy 1 ghe iVi1mo :P! 'j'andrii
; anjr such law, would not-only be a*,dangerous: V ;jless than the of time : --'f-Uops' Ufiverrjment v' ; > ?Vi $ i'&yiV jjivs&tf:! : '*?*'. rtiitrti: ? *tr st* 7 t'n t i.-t;; m Ii
i J grate J President his
: !* ." "V- aijafpledged. ,._ .Tyler:ftna "" Whur" advisers' 'v', "'" ...".''< "r,.. "." ...2i.',,. lr" ''' ''-',,"., '..:$'..;.'
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the country, regions, to which they belong i, ship fitforservice. ?-. :. : '; : : 'the Iute'eleetfoti s,the 1Yashtri st on Re: )( ( ;D.r;p T'f0n3 trrJ.i@' ',tTrf&glf,1ftf- '" i3 S & .
States and foreign> TurkeY'II3.n .w ia a state to ;defy.ltussia:: public made the Jbllbwing,.decL r ltion .ia the ted districts, of tntRtry, will find Dr."Osgood'slridLtCbolagoguea -" IATLAhi f
before the instrument inwhich the I-I The Porte hM issuelltq'allthe; 'civil3 iJ' milritary }iuuii;;:; .fSational Wbfiicry ;?, :I : : n 'invariable and absolute . ..ii

the Express finds so much to admirewill -- officers of.the.empire' t :notification of her; I resideut.fa.Iorusa the regabkc, hae" 'pRlevENTivE. ispoVojily unefffuaI'rerliedy'

of been submitted .to Congress, or gone late disputes with ,Busia'.and. Au'ltrlo.ated ? :ltj llevcrdeclurcdlvaragilinst; th ,,8u&1're surYJ; .; orlFever;:and Agoe;'lraidtfjs:;, qaally applicable -* t 1G Ec'xD' if;. IZRtAD Gb,1P, 11IY
hive st that so far.the rnpturelsJ.temporaryaricl lhatiicchavehe.. "' aware< to Liver Com IS-he b' ?rioii5eilft =atitis*tfoBS0Bnyvto"tipl
We cannot then believe t.l'i'o are not1: that p'isleteundicerenlargementof | ,: 1t ;
into practical operation. its dignity 710 apprehensions' ver are 'entertained of. Ihe Whig party'desfre to.meddle: with' it." *,\ the Liver, also ent.trgemgnt t otihe Spleen,:: .,ofahe=i3tiantiepne'' Ylul!IWl ";(

that that body,if at all mindful of I events.gkiug4iu! unfavorable' turn;blit'negotia; Against this edict,of.the.President,,. as proclaimed called 4PeAikeJtind: jfie Tar? !fb'rras ',jf bil. .n ; i'ry' tor'amen3mWts 16'ihVCft: mf*of

and higher duties, will not hesitate to reject I dons might aggravate the inaiter.'alidvf- thisthey : though'his accredited organ,' ,the.Xew. ions These,;wiiK-tholherVaffeU -said.'Cbmpsny t'the:next.meeting'f(Rho Gene 1

th'ISCreal mischievious.and bastard instrument i i will be informed by future advices;' :The' Haven Herald.a; Whig A paper''of the old. stamp- affections, .bilious;.climates, :arising:'fronij a.:. .ralAss'emblybfFJoiidaf! "" 'd> ',rte

door in the.face of the employees are' likewise formally instructed to breakstorth' in tones of,, rebellious. defiance common miasmal eatts#; nrti only s7nodifict'.iotisof.the'sarnedisease Tenibcr-2. t', h3 I-# f i ,3m' .: ..._
the 'r-
and to shut give aidsnd protection to all refugees who .
thus and controlled
: equally by
Lnnd For Sale .
rowdies and foreignerswho might appeal SOT such aMand ,by no ;ineans & .' '. ., f Near. Turapu_ : ;
impudent adventurers, : 'There have been one or vtwp articles in./'theIYashiugton & anx'remedy,,. ] : .' j ,,' ". '
concerted it and who seek to invest a distant whatever compromise the moves of the" cabinet' Republic;: 1atethat, astonish usWhigs 'Each bottle of inedicineraaccamPanted. with .: "

disorganized Territory, by delivering, them over to the foreign authors ?: ,as we will not secoad. :any sucb'paltrytwaddle 'a Pamphlet1.on the s'.CaaSe.- :rea.tment '"yad. t h' i..1

half-settled, and State who might happen to claim them.. and chicaneryy; everiif from the Presit Cute.of.Fever''ata: + ;Ague,' and:nthei'"Di3easeo.ilrorisClimates a. f vjiauuj ;i quarter secuonlnl r quanuiyj lie c.*='x' t

with the character of a free and sovereign The La Patria, of Sunday laskon; the subjectof dent himself. ,What is the meaning of tiea- $ : ';: cont ining'niucJi; : Voidableinformafion JL in Simmon's hammock at twelve:Wij'es .

of this great and glarious Union.We Russian and Turkish affairs, says that the h ove sentimentfrom; the Republic and what is ,'antt'mat.:be had"gratis vt the."undersigned dis't..nttd'rom. the.pleasant,grid growing;villa e;'

well aware that many respectable French Government dispatched a courier from, the policy, in obedience to which it is put forth '. agent. *" of Tampa;, About"one half i is clearetf tips:bad,,''

are to California, and Paris on the 15thultimo to St. Fetersburgh, to Why, the Republic,,in its zeal .to carry'.the & .T$O.. HOLMES & Co. been ;in:cnltivatfon two 'ye.irsX ThereoiMs ; )

Americans have emigrated explain to the Czar that the sailing of the French Whig pjirty,in the different elections, .and keep ', C ,wa*'msIight. and''of good depttt an 1" 1. welj''"
will probably settle there, but they are as yet and English fleets towards the Dardanelles, was. the majority, deserts,the true Whig ground of Notice. /- / known for. its large yield ,of S.ilc6tt6fi.: t- t

too few to have a practical voice in its councils, a misunderstanding.The the country and attempts paddle somewhere T' HE Copartnership.hereteiforeezisting'between.the ,; = {:"fb :;wAter softand pure, andthepUc6dec-tJ;

Editor of the Express himself ad- aspect of matters in Turkey has not essentially between the two great parties; to make capital., ntidersigneds'nuder"the'naiao; ;dedly withy. Several .hundred other. acres f

forming,as the which we have already i chmg'd. Mr. Carr, the American For shame-on it! For shame on such a downright and style! of,Cooj>.er,&. .Reab'is' this day dissolvcd_ :'"could be got;ajacent'and simiiar/the whpfetoj'4'>

wits in the same paper from Minister, had received the request of the American perversion of Whig' doctrine, and' that in by ,mutual consent. V :las'n 'a' place moderate eieyatibny' ihe"=

quotedonly some slight infusion of theintellect residents of Paris that he would exert the eyes of the'whole nation! CHAS. P.'COOPERJ, 'ranee. JS'good in the .neighboringwbbtJsTancl'ib /;

and courage,which we are proud to be- himself on behalf of the'' Hungarian refugees.The .- "We are.n9taware' Whig party desire to ,GEO.B.PEAB. 't priurieswhichlatter are quite ejtensive. .:%Ith
exiles were,still at Widdin. Their entire Jacksonville,.De 9dS49. it .i .con distance the' ;
of the Anglo-Saxon race." meddle with the Sub-Treasury F Pray then *cnie.1: j on public landv ,ia a_
lieve is characteristic be number is stated at 120, principally officers.ern .- Messrs, Editors of the Republic,what do they ,5te! for a residence, overlopkfng! u scene of.sarpasing :*
North >
, the party of the may B denies his final conversion to Islamism. ICxeciilor'Sale. ; ,The !.
Even negro desire to meddle with 1"J beauty;: terms;will be made fcrfowii
expected to unite in rejecting it, and sending it There had been a public thanksgiving: in the The Saco (Maine) Union breaks, upon his Connecticut I' virtue of an Ol'll iofth e Judge ofPro* by application. Key West. ,:Florida to'' :*"-* t

amendment Mosques for the conversion of three Giaour Subscribers) J its framers for revision and neighbor as follows : : _\ 1
to .
back : fSnwnnueeY.owlr
generals of such reputation as Bern Stein, and "The Dec.: ,.1849.", 6m
of it
next thing we possible we .7
approve suppose may ,
as they cannot, it is to be presumed, Kmetty. The first of these has been invested hear from this supposed semi-official ,I Court Iiouss ,-in thu Town of;Newnansville,.on i ; d..
of color from the organ t.the first day of January next, within the.usual
the clause excluding persons with the rank of vizier, and the Mussulman of the Administration, is that the President lJJlneral$prl. ,
this hours of sale,*the following land belonging to CuLCneIA '
into of Mourad Pasha. Coc.QTEA'FLOttmi'
engrafted name
declared i
strangely war against Walker's Tariff of i10
the State--so the estate of JncobSummerliDl,, ceased situated ,
1" t
cruel and inconsistent instrument-wh ex- WASHINGTON, Nov 24, ,1849.-The National '- ( ; and that the Whig party do not desire j I.j in said county,.vizi Five hundred acres o f .1 :
and to meddle with it. Some months
hibits a(orntaton-evenmoreabnormal anomalous Intelligencer of this morning contains an edito- ago land being an undivided foul th part of a tract Ii' : .'\ _
'hints out in certain (
than. that of the tricipital serpent, of rial with reference to the forthcoming Presi were given high of two thousand, acres situated oa 'the, river I solicitation,, Inst Winter the'Subscrf- ,': .
quarters, that the tariff must be taken out of ]t FRO i
which the heads, however opposed in position, dent's message. The writer says that his op- the arena of politics. Perhaps the Republic ] Santa Fee and bounded on the West by lands ,begs inform his .friends'and :
of F. 11. Sanchez and all other sides. Vacant ,;
portunities for knowing the contents are no on by. invalids, visiting the Sout_ hjnpnrsaitohealtTi
united in opinion or purpose, may find convenient to let the Whigparty off i ;
I are at least always better than those the he lands and the River ..Santa.Fee. Terms that,
or he
enjoyed by public; yet l pleasure, has prepared Winter. Quar-
directly from the advocacy of a-change-in the tariff us ,
while those of the California monster, are ventures to foreshadow them, and tells confi- i nude known on day of sale.JOHN ters for ,theirxecePPion, and a'! ir Pil..1 '
well as from the sub-treasury and if it were .
I the one dar- what it will not contain. The Secretary ; A. SUMMERLIN The t".
at war.pull different trays, dently disposed to go still further it might keep narrowing tronage. Rooms are" catnfortsble'and.havogood ,

ting a forked tongue at the unfortunate emancipated : of the Treasury, it appears, is to recommend the circle so as to leave a single principle THOMAS' D. DEXTER, fire places.; : fo pains will bo;sparedto;; ;: :
a modification of the tariff law of 1846, tprotect' ROnT. \V. .BROOKS. render comfort and attention .
every !
African, and the other, menacing to contend for, and that the one generally tbr'thpse;
Executors. *
iron airs the manufactures who visit this
Pennsylvania may celebrated 'Fpufaiaih\or
equally senseless rage, the slave, who is thus of the North; and the improvement of riv designated suit the recipients as the'spoils of the prindpleThis public favors at Washington might- Itec.8,1849.. ttls.u. Life. Several fine horses are kept, in'reodiness'''< 4 i

most unjustly treated in the same manner as ers and harbors, and legislation in relation to and elsewhere-possibly might prevent --- for those Trho.wish-.rideyr-ainJ "thisvicinity_ ,,

'his worthless, friendless and degraded brother. the disposition of our vast territories acquired the Administration from the opprobrium of ul- abounds?inwild game, Deer, Turkey : .
from Mexico, which Senator Webster said Ducks and Birds, and for those fond of'sach'
A)IES. tra-Whi hurt the ;
were "not worth dollar," arc to be urged in : sport.there is every facility The Mail Stages '* "
term anti-ultra Whiggery was once defined; but i ; .
the We have the that the Jacksonville :
message. promise it would hardly suit those Whig who desireno i.rhead jrom to TallahasscpaS3 the house ;
Latest from Europe. document will be than the President desired twice week each ."'
longer -, offices, and support the Whig party, believing a way ,Terms of.Board. are i.
ENGLAND.The but will not much exceed the Inaugural.This they are doing their duty to their country. $20 per month including.fired; and th'e Table :

new Minister to the United States, Sir is good news, especially for country editors will be furnished as well,as any;'other at'the i ,
who have heretoforegivenPresident's messages Qimrfrttx Florida llilitin Z' South. The. best medical Aid canCbe, procured
Henry Bulwer, had sailed from Portsmouth in PIERUE SOCLE'S OBSEKVATIONS OF AFFAIKSIXFitA.NCE. t
in tlreir in broken doses, there being TALLAHASSEE, Nor. <20 here; and the Springsat this i in
the steam-sloop Hecate, for New York according papers .-We had yesterday the pleasure of a 184.5WHEltE..1S .times; are first
i too much dross in them to be in rate order for s
digested a drinking and .At'these
}n election for the bathing. ,
tothe Hants Telegraph.The long awl most instructive conversation with our following .
first business 5irH. Bulwer, envoy tot less period than six months. distinguished Senator, Pierre Soule, who has to wit: one Major General -I Springs will befoundavery.pJeasant'anddesir-. i, ,{,
We have no hint about Mr. Clingmans bank, for 1st Division General for 2dDivision.oneBragudier able place to pass the Winter. '
the United States, on his arrival, will be i just returned from Europe.where he was called one Major
know what encouragement, if any, the United the scheme which has been made public. It by professional business. )lr. Soule returns General for 1st Brigade, D. T. TREZVANT, jPiopiuJE i'1 :

States have given to the attempted withdrawal may be indirectly praised by the Secretary of in excellent health,and with arenewed attachment one Brigadier General for 3d Brigade, and one oK?.:; : -
the Treasury, and details brought forward by Brigadier General for 4th Florida Militia November, 17th, 1849.. 5: ---
of Canada from the British rule. It is understood to the country of his adoption and citizen- Brigade : f, i
that he has full powers to resist, energet the pulse-feeler in the House Representatives ship. Though much engaged in prosecuting his was held on the 1st day of October 1S49, ,

ically, allattempts at interference on the port seconded by Judge Maugum in the Senate.- I professional inquiries, Mr. Soule was not an unobservant and it appearing by a full canvass the returns Notice., i ,
Much of the time of the branches of Congress '
I of the United States in the Nicaragua affairs.It two I spectator pf events and individuals made to the Executive Office that THE-subscriber wishes. to'hire by

is also understood that the British Govern may be saved, however, by saying nothing in Europe. lie sojourned for some time i iu l ar- John Milton is duly elected Major General. :" next, three'

ment has intimated te the Governor of Canada about banks. We have in the countryplenty is, and mingled freely with the prominent men of 1st Division : ,' 'good.negromen' to workinhis steam :: :

that no coercive measures will be adopted to ; cf California gold, and the mass of the of France,..communicating his views and observations Jesse Carter. Major General 2d Division': this place, for which liberal wages for i

prevent an annexation to the United States, it'1 l.ecple do not care to soil their hands with of the workings of our government, ;and Robert C. Caldwell, Brigadier General. 1st will be given. 1.

the popular will be decidedly expressed in lampblack. illustrating many difficult points in republican Brigade: J AS, B. 1-
Tor of that measure 1 There was an extra meeting of the cabinet to institutions which.had perplexed the'minds of James A. Pedon, Brigadier General .3d Brigade Gareys F nD. C, Fla.,>e .'t, 1St ::: r
day. The before the members ,
The Queen has issued a proclamation for aeach I message was French statesmen. He found willing and astonished : '.06'dmjQi.lrulor',8. "
day of thanksgiving on the 15th December, i of whom had something to say about it, listeners to all his observations who Benjamin Hopkins, Brigadier General 4th_ be ,sold at the late .rtude
The desire is :
.oa account ofthe abatement of Cholera in England 1 Clayton particularly. great were no less surprised than pleased with the Brigade s deceased .near'Ian
and to make it short, to accord with the Shaksperean practical'result of what has appeared to them NOW, belt therefore, known that the above Thursday the;,fifteenth '
day of\ t'-
Ireland.lllELAXD. idea that is the soul of wit. Oar :
brevity plain and clear in theory, but difficult in practical named persons are hereby proclaimed duly.el all the.perishable property belonging to '
relations noticed and remarks made _
foreign are ected to the various commands and
The and disignatc.d tate,of
operations. enlightened James
Irfeland remains perfectly quiet. The 5th of.. about the contemplated railroad and the canal philoso- James, .deceased,
when commissioned will
minds of Paris obeyed and respected of household
pic were highly impressed with and, kitchen furnitar I '.
November of which apprehensions entertained : to connect the two oceans.-Heiald ,. :
parsed off without disturbance I the simplicity, harmony and efficiency, of our accordingly. utensils,' Rifle, Gaps, Deer skins,_ .

SIR,JOHN 'B.\'KL1S:5EuEDnlx.-Sir Johnoss SUFFERINGS political system, as explained by 11r, sonic, in THO. B110WNI Governor.. several heldof horses, 450'.'roan 1. ill
Two S.ULOIs.-Casc-s of individual
OF the Governor
'By Attest
their own style antl1augulge. They had no : sided mill logs.12 sticks of tim
has returned from the Arctic seas, where suffering at sea caused by the variousperils corrector definite ideas on the subject before.Mr. .- L. A.Tnojipsox, Adj't&Insp. Gen. 3t cut saws axes & &c... .Terms sqaar made
he has been engaged in a search for Sir John ? .
to which the mariner is exposed are of 'r
S. particularly pleased with the the,day of 8
Franklin and his crews. frequent occurrence, and their recital cannot Muster's Sale. of Valuable sea I : JTHO-1J <
and liberal '
-It is given as his confident opinion that nie- fail to awaken the sympathy of those who are spirit disposition evinced by the Estate. u*> ai,(-\\JAlV+''

ther Sir John 'Franklin uurany of his brave exempt 1'roin the dangers attending e who journalist, Emile de Girardiu, who had frequent BY VIRTUE of a deer tlll ordar'of' theDis- ", ;JURY AKN'JAMES,

companions are eastward of and long interviews with Mr. S. about our trict Court'of the' United States for :tbe Jacksonville.. "Octl 27,. 1&49.'a
any navigable pointin go down to the sea in ships, and do business upon institutions and took
the Arctic regions and ifthere be chanceof copious notes, of which Northern District of Florid! made on the14th
any the great waters We recently read in an ,
he, intended to make use. in a series of articlesin dty of June 1819 the Sheriff's, ,. ,] Sale.
their existence, is in the supposition that old paper an account of the suffering of two ; undersigned, Master ', .
he proceeded in a westerly direction and in such sailors, which furnishes a striking instance of Li Presstr, developing the practical workings in Chancery of said Court, will offer for"sale at BY virtue._ of,two writs ofFieri;F :; .;

: -case we can only expect to here from tbe mining the power of endurance sometimes exhibited of our government, and holding it up as a mo before the Court House, in the 'out of the Circuit Cour.tand, tai ,
f el for .the statesmen of .Europe. Town of ected I wili eat "
adventurers by the Mackenzie dttatchuientor Jacksonville in the county ofDaval exPs' publicsalerin
under the dish
deprivations of most earteui ..
tig Mr Soule visited the President '
by her Majesty's ship Plover, Commander character. The incident occurred in Ib37.- Louis Napoleon on Wednesday the siith day of February next; Court House in the.Town o(Jtckson Til1
twice the second time the
Moore, by way of 1ussia.Sisdamestracersed Two sailors belonging to an English frigate at at request of the following real estate of George* Kingsley tybf Doval'and?;State;of Florida,bn.' '
Hodoesaot think '
it least 2 W miles on the Malta,.having been ashore liberty, and much ;tpol(on. very twoi.blyofhe deceased,,to wit: "* '* '-'. ';'"-: Monday pf December'nex h .bef ."t

ice the bergs of which were frightful, much intoxicated, undertook to go on board in 1L President intelligence, but considers sagacity him patriotism dull' in ,national of thee DRAY TON ISLAND, to hours wit of'salethe1olIoRmgde Two -Iibe,;P '
more so than any of the experienced Arcticvoyagers evening in a Title boat. One of them. named : tracts of land .situate, j:,
and destitute information
tad seen before. Sir James and Liparty s Cope, soon fell asleep in the bottom of the boat, parts of energy or Sjitufi.twl on Lake.George/ containing:seventeen being on the-waters'otTrout Cf<*k :'
a proper ambition. Mr. S., after a careful observation .hon-Ired ((1700)) acres more, orJevalu ty, one tract contAin ..640'
penetrated as as the wreck of the Fu- and Chambers, his shipmate, after having lost g. acreay: : _
ly, where he found the old tent standing+ and overboard the oar with which he was sculling. I awl inquiry among all classes of the able for its situation, inequality of its soil, and other.SO acres of land'ore".or less > :
people of France,is firmly convinced ot'the durability for its lemon and hundred-head of
citron Stock'Ca
orange, t1e,1'aken
ecerthingaboutit in a state of the best preser followed the example of his companion. Th u groves.FORRESTER'S :
vation. At this point Sir James deposited u boat drifted out to sea, an 1 on awaking the next and that permanency of republican institutions POJNT.Situated cutioh, at the. suits of JJdmuud 'H. ,,, ,
ia The minds
of the
country. William
large quantity of provisions and also the screw- they found themselves several miles people B.Boss vs)/Arthur JJurney- 1
urn rapidly! ripening to a full perception of : on the St.Johns River about sixteen be sold the
hunch as property of the said .
of the "
The march of Sir 1
Enterprise. front the land with the wind off shore without below
James across the boundless of ice is truly I aid them the objects republican governments and an Palatkaj containing about nix hun to satisfy. said; writs. ,.. 1
regions sail,and only one oar to in returningto dred,
appreciation of thetrrights and duties as free ( ) acres, more or less. ,
stated as a most unparalleled feat of explora Malta. They continued in eight of the isl.1ndfor THOMAS; ]
No either of
men. movement, an ultra democratic .
tion. We are sorry to find,however, that it wasjujw two days, but on the third day they found orcolJervativ.echal'lctcr will meet with thesanction BUENA VISTA.Situated.nearForresters October;27th 1840., e.
} successful. themselves in the midst of the Mediterranean .
way Point ..
and of !
approval the was of the containing
EIJSSIA AND TURKEY.. -no land in sight-\Vit out provisions or water who arc determined: to give their present people one thousand ((1000))acres. more or.less with a n''Theubove sale: is postponed l

.The decisive attitude assumed by England on and drifting about at the mercy. of the constitution a fair an-J full trial. The observations orange grove upon it, and nfirst Monday. ofJanuairy, next. .' f.i

the Turkish has the winds and waves: of an intelligent gentleman lime Miv SAN JOSE a'i .
question annoyed Emperor PLANTATION, To all Claniahts 61 '
This was but the commencement .of their suffering : Pnyatc !
very much. lie has caused Count NesselrodeU I Soule upon the state'of sentiment and of thepopular ): '
D.uvai '
which were soon more than one would min.l in the Situated in County, .on the River St. LANDS a IN, :THE ST TEOF.F.
> address of his
; note to the
an energetic English government country! nativity and Johns six'wiles
on the subject. In this note, the Emperor suppose human nature could bear. Once or youth, are worth all the crude speculations, .of l from Jacksonville eoatairiinthree.huadrl I N OTICE J '! : :{
twice little water' when it rained ((300); ) acres more Or less pfwhick '
they caught a
protests against this hostile demonstration rail rated traveling tourists and ignorant. letterwritirs Claimant Of the said 'fol1d\ .f
in the bottom the about, one hundred and...seventy-five acres 'a
of boat, but it was so mixed reopen the rrespective'l.Sarveyorsi-, :
jn tie that cumbered '
midst the
of peace and against the right ever column's of the cultivation .
with salt water that it tended increase for 'Qn the. place is a dwelling :
which England arrogates to herself to interfere to rath commercial journals of England and the United Burr, Ralph WNprrisj Alexander. Ic
in a matter which regards only Russia and er than assuage their thirst. On the fifth day, States.: N. O.D"La 11th inst.Humbug. 'house, with:nec&safy outjbuildings, ,&,&,' 'Arthur Ml Randolph 'have, been': s

Aj Sublime Porte. As to the difficulties which not having seen any vessel, they gave up all 1 :c. The above pices'offer.great inducementsto the undersigneditolsurveysaid'\ lands,' '

this affair give rise tothe interpretation of hope, and resolved to meet the dreadful death purchasers, beJng'healthy, and 'pleasantly been assigned to their eveKil:fields- "I
may ,
*ke treaty beteen these two belongs which seemed inevitable with due resignation, Humbug is nearly as 'old as1 the creation of situated immediately oil the River St. Johns, bon, and"are now'ready'to'rater on.', .
powers themselves with the reflection that the with fertile l udsbejiiingmany',of the'tropfcal i *" "
toys the note) tothemalone.and, England ought comforting Dan; serpent humbugged Eve, and Eve ties. i
..toremain completely unconnected with .. the boat would probably be picked'up,and their humbugged Lm, and so on, has it been continued fruits, some of them already Jn ag":' bwing'state.TERMS. .. All thosenpldingtrUesjjorrhdhayo .--41,.:

The following paragraph ire given in addition dead bodies would prove that they had not unlawfully even down to the present age of patent : ,. ful claim to any of the/Jand tu, qUes 't-

"The Emperor has signifiedit is saidto Fuad deserted from their ship. They engaged pills and galvanic: rings, and still,continues to One'third cash'=balance .in.orie-two, andtbree'ycars.with''h'sve'"any'lCiiowledge of the j

Effendi that he)may now consider his mission by solemn oaths, that incase one die+1'b e: rule the world; "the camp, the gown, the ; .interest-' by, corners their-respectiVe elaims'are' '
fore the other the survivor should not feast mart.:' At home abroad 'in'social domestic 'fot:1rarl'1rith" .'-
terminated; that hi3 presence at St. Peters- on bond of the purchaser: and. mortgage .otiathpremisa. e fullydesireaVo.cpme;
the body of his shipmate. and political life humbug 'rules'.predominant.. : tle.papers md' .ide <
burgh was a violation of a convention entered -, !e S''op locality:. as ;
into between the Sublime Porte and Russia according Another day. passed, when the boat leaking, Mark the protestations of undying friendshiji. GEORGE"R;,[;FAIRBANKSMaster7in. ;' be in their power to p'OdaC .' tThb is ) t'esPeciallYdcsir'ableas
and being nearly half filled with water Cop that fall so glibly, from the lips of pretendedfriends.
to which the Sultan could not send an \,, k'; \ Chancery. promptness in
made an effort to bail out the water with his Try their friendship test their kind ticular the of.
j-itraordinary ambassador at St. Peter St.Augustine: :Nov. 241 1849. .OtJGxqciitoi's on' part claimants will .
burgh without having first given notice to the hat.: But.Chambers( ,gave hiruselfup to despair; ness, beg n favor, ask a loan, rrow'something .'.' iaciUtate,the operations.of! the : i'

*. nssian einbassy';that a sentiment of friendslip his reason length deserted him cramps had .they can spare, and you will soon find. out theirprofessions Sale.-r. executibA \1'OikUldthebeiier.; ./.

had been pleased to accord an audience seized his limbs, he was the 'picture oH'amine, are neither more.or,less'than sheer I N PURSUANCE of the brder. :oftheJudge pf therOpmmenttbbring] :.t the'survey&) 'i I

w honor to the Sultan's envoy but that from the prey of a devouring fever;his mouth foamed humbug-'humbug as transparent the .*J am Probate ftirColumbia: 'county,.the"Subscribers ion to.a 8p eetly:uadaatisttctar.. I' '

the.momenHhatthia; latter had, considered it his tongue was swelled to a frightfulsizan.Udhis :; your faithful and'sincere friend' ;& n-wbich. is. will sell at.public_auction, io.ffpnjK'of: the Jh "
Accessary to appeal to the intervention of France eyes had lost all their wonted brilliance". the stereotyped subscription to all their,letters. ;
dad England hs kind disposition towards the On the eighth day Chambers made :a cOnvulsive We have had anatomies,of melancholy of,drunkenness :"day rbf:;Janiaary 'next{,:within the, ustial: centre'j>Pin t,af t1.CC1< ,oa the,E t.. w

Sablime Porte must naturally be. changed andWaceforth effort and' jumped into the water]f Cope and of sleep; and many; more ,anuto? hours'of sale, the'following lands belonging, to extending the surrey north And.southi. ; I ". .I' 'I

I< the communications of the Turkish, threw towards' him a,rope, but the hapless man. miss which, escape my.meinory.: He.'will 'be. a: the'estttaofJacobBammoritideceasedsituairi to Sides Of P-'frH; --, as rite iT-: _. may i--7l., : J

pro) must take place through the. Minister of iac noticed it not; and soon sunk to rise 'no thoroughly anatomizes, humbug saidcounty and'adjoining the"Town of:Alligator -natedr r .urrt\Ji1I1sn! ey't1ie

tf Foreign Affairs. more. The'next' daYt twenty fSix kours after *. Then there:is .eIWlit humbug, :; ;yixt The:"West ball;of the'Nortl, -Wt portion o the country,lying? ; I '

*Fuad Effendi has been informed by Count: the death"of Chambers, a vessel ,hov ''in rigsteerioga' ht who fancies the world' .was anode,to' stand stilL; quarter': of; Section thirtyitiroonid; 'Township" .of'-&*_&t'Johnsj;from. icoZta f the '

geaselrode that the Czar demands that the course directly'' to wards"the, boat.Cope' ., He belongs to that r e'w1i 'worried'poor Galileo -. three, Range seyenteeiif S.and E. Alsa'th. e' and north to the north, line of the .11

jwagirian refugees shall be located in the inwrior had: hardly' the .strength,:necessary to 'when' hedaid1; it. ..went: rounds who.fancy; North West juariei; of the'Sputb::Westquarter Norris, in'thie7pBtrict'cprauiiehcingat. ,

ot Candia or on such other point of the- make.a ignal'. of di tressby waving: his hat- that'bid castoms.and. old laws improveby age, of sameSection i Township andRan, cV'alsO the ;on the.east, bankafthe: -Sfc J 'and: "i
proved to bean Ionian bound to'Constantinople like port wine and Scptca'whiskeyj and that East half S -; down wd tr r.between Jt
JW 1 territory as may afford the polacfe! ; ,,of the,Nbrth-Eastlqua>Hr:of Section; .t ,: 19,9 >;
Polities for keeping then under urJeil lA ;: Cope'was;taken board;ana being our laws and institutions.have,_become;perfect, thirty ne, m]&T\Dship >andRangeY and *hdSouthiEftst rtbecea1f ilII l nOrth to they StatE'; .. {;
If ace treatedwith-kindness "and. prudence"s6 riisBegiUaoratigeripen; on;ith irJfay,' b,Engldnd I iM cKath4 distrlci' :botunaril f.
any of the refugees wish to to France : : go orgWidl '
they may ae permitted to do.' covered.' }was'bn.tne:15th: of April tHat the '; j and"wliowoi'ehipsdust:; .andladores; cob, :; and ange'contaidinsr, ;" in -all i.Ride tth 'StiJ 6 llQ'aouth otl'JoI4tn
so The boat driven to .webs' slid would; af theJashion ofa tivo' and .. !;nifuij JlJn=tha'slistrietca me"citi "J"-
take. no notice.of their was sea from'iras picked : progress er about : hundred forty"'Acres: of Hindli .d p 'Ab
the danger that departure attend them, iiotfUfastandmg up:oa th'e'24Ur, .dnringwbicbtime t :..thcsepoor '.rope spinner' backwards'would w;:q iiiirel''ivit porhoix'of..>vehicb ia3inproved: Having thereon .;:tt.out1ie' H1i' nk.>nlieS, -' ,do5--J n.t'.,

!bet her France or Dglan4.may men hall taken'', nothing'into' their..stomachs the moon"for'changinga; nd'tint tul'withtha o L r "n d:Omti diQuS'd weUinghottsekiiohen.;: ttiG ridatilfi'4p fPicol W:1 >''.' ; 1
but a'feu brackish : 'sun'with flat@itati attoitt Crow'f:s';' i>ie 'nested theta 1<; nfortratio
:rhre can'lie qo jbubt but that the: 'mbuthfijlsfbf ;"waterj ; ; ot +- negro housesoter-pai ttng {dud! Jis; ;, "
lrin, bus 1 tlEtmsel in"pfepgring refugees case prbbibly unaparalled in''.Ilse/"annals of ,.zodiac'tQanother.; ) :'; 0t;course he-loexnoE'li boat'one5ho"ndr&J,'Crt J .und }"rence t1andfsuitable poasesstoaoripo w erot th a clarmaatx'be "_ '.

ttlntton. Tc for- n new re v; shipwreck :This was'liaylnry'a! :fearful"penal-1 Heye in the heavenly bodies Haying revolutions 4s,. ., ::for coltiTatibtU, :: 'Terms im: known' .lycatnmupiatte 2 'tathopectita: snt .t

TURKEY,. : 11 for int4m cudcFBostpn4{Jfn.'fl.7_ He rallies* raund,the great 1clple8'unteftill f ,'on. '<"ld,sile.. ,,"'" ;.-f.t. "iJt.h1W'_ :,. : .t ,tb : rJ eh.l bt ,._cart_.ijl'finfland
'and.beliecsinii.; hing called the 01..' "'' ", ", lisle the f rue-locatioa'ABd boundoriHor
:gr3at8ome ." sa THo'rAS'D"'DEXTPn; :' : '
AcqrrespondenU I ,
t Inns ; writing frQrn Constanlmo- There are' four things very awkward tbr"3w BritlshDoustitution, ,Talk J di1.1'boIJtAiiilg i :r"i1t" Ftr : :.i,;ROBEa.T.Vt'nBOO SJ. ffTfto'" ;. "f :": 4OSrf tft"e. ''. .. vtfb' .IF-.

The refers! the activity Pre Tailing'there:' ma to do/Tiz; :*, to'whistle; throw stones' at .ihat for .tho i3nd yweathers. i basljeei i ontiinslee. .. r", .::,;j .; '. ?t" .:JllhLilEBL1Nt. '4 ",,1J"Ny ...,r..' ", --1nw' 'tiralAfi'lotufbtI ,

;wd< J"Turks contfnue their warlike preparations a'cats,smoke a cigir.aud. ; climb@ei'te' ,: .gone through"'all kindof. : hardshipsia ,' : Ezeeutots'ofJrtcob5 .miner -
thgii. .
Whoje fleet be ; ...'.. >" ; >', > '** ",.. '. ,' .
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_._ ) I pany. .. ; .Shetised 'nuinbOr Pb)1bhi ;
pI bottles. for THIS INSTITUTION WILL 'BE OPENED ON The well earned reputationtrhich this House 'no otr u14. i .t f foJie"
4: -Dunn's Chemically Prepared good. previously.. .'1
Invalids. the first Monday in June next,at o'clock.,,A.&L, has acquired, it"is the retention. of the present' 1: : res t

Spanish and French Olives, Capers, and Sweet in Jacksonville, East Florida. proprietor sustain',. I U aa OHNMUTL287't
be fitted upforthe accommodation Every "nccommooatlon'vlI1'be; 'extended 'to
Separate rooms twill .
[ 1
is Oil Invalids and .others will ii'tt'r.i9 TO'TDELADJES: "' :
where guests. ,.traveliers _
and of Lads and Misses
Powder Indian Soy Cayenne Pepper young
Currie ;: '
; they will be-instructed in the Elementary.and find this'house.desirablo. "It is'situated.facing D .GREM FEMALE. MEDICJf ii '

i AnchovyShrimp Bloater and Cavier Pastes. higher branches of an English and classical the south,. with "dark piazzas, .175: ''feet Jong, DE.TowHswn 4t.:*
SAESApjiwttA *
RICH SAUCES of every variety importeJ, Education, and young men willbe fitted, for i wfth'ourt yard in front j and protected from: I 5' and speedy ur c%i cipienfconSulpUo-|

l'J. .. ..,....1., <>a Rftftilinff. Harvev.. John Bull., Worcester., College for professional life/in the Latin.and northeastinds.. The.rooms' are;eligibly situated ,for'ihe''general 'prostration & *3&*

tI Camp------cn, &&,.&c.;;&c.-- Greek classies'. and- in the Philosophical and large'and airy, the:: building fixtures, -&c. AN'lENTlRELY: VEGETABLE. i COMPOUND.'. :matter 'whether.the :resnlt the'81st i
h. being new. The Hot built of wood is lathed r ofinheL
.1" A'f and Provisions. l\Ia.thcmaticalscicnces. sej :ci
, '; Preserved English fpHIS-MEMCINE vas prepared by a regular c'x' 'Cauees produced by
and n'word it is built ureg Ial1tl.illa
plastered&o | expressly
, and Preserved Jamaica .
t W ,Jellies, Jams, Marmalades Arrangement for the .L Physician, ' resuIt"'ofaD'exten- accIdent. ,
w. Ginger. will be divided into four purpose." 'sive.practice.of several in bilious climate Nothing' te.more +
,,. ,f ; THE YEAR quarters, With the advantages combined the years a; can rprising than
..j!! Real Gorgona Anchovie.f ofabout. .1 2 ,weeks each, with intervening vacations. proprietress la'ny' Mrs. DAVIS ,those ', Those who have used it themselves,'or .vigorating 'elrects'z: th human fl'iDi i iIy
present assures '
:Sjt' Stoughton Bitters. l.'he'day will have two sessions: the first, patronizing the house that her exertions, will seen its salutary fFeets upon:others- need no sons all weakness and I .. uu,.&ak Per. 't.

" ; :'1' Syrups of every sort. from 9 to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. be farther evidence ofits'great value l The healthof at once.become'robust. and full J.t gi"
MsJIP? of the choicest kinds. will be to thousands has been its influence' .el1erI1J
L. .j ; Liqueres M. Wednesday mornings appointed perfectly restored ''by immediately ,."

, i ( ':r4 f .London Pickles, Chow Chow, Piccalili, Gherkins .- exercises in English. composition. and declama Very respectfully THE, _PROPRIETOR______ __ this medicine,-when all.other ,remedies' have nefvelesaness Of the remalerrame1rJ CO teraeta tri.

. ,.'t ,111 Onions, &c. tion. St. Oct. : failed. Its operation ;s not simply to suspendthe great cause of barrenness cliiQ SIt (
f 'f&j; PAUL DE VERE & CO'S flavoring extracts After the first term, he pupil will be received, Augustine, 201849. disease: {era> time'but _to' purify; the system ,.'iI1. not be nel'tM n..#. L .
N. B. Attached the -- ---- .
to house is fine "
t'J; ; .for Confectionaryrlce Creams, Jellies &c., viz: except at or near the beginning of thesession, carriages ho.rseponies boats and stabling all'fixtures ,- and restore, it tosound'andperfect health.., :delicate. nature,to. .exhibit cnrUficatw, :l.UcaaeaotiO!!
Lemon Mace Nutmeg Peach and for less than term. A small Treatise of CUlti'
:, : : Peel jio.pupil one for excursions.- oct 27-2m on 'the "causes, treatment performed, but we can assure t ;- ic
J .Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Tiiitiou. !and cure of fever nnd'ftgue and other diseasCi of 'hundreds of cases have.been reTted tht'' .

i .Ginger The above Clove articles Almond and many Nectarine&c.others of the Reading,Writing and .Arithm tic$6,00 Soot anSI Shoe Store I bilious climates,"" may *be had gratis. of the undersigned. ; DE TOWNSEND : My, 'WIfe bemg'e to tJi'Ui :
f ft! "choicest kind imported from the principal Higher English studies, 8,00 1 TilE SUBSCRIBER, having taken by weakness and gene' l.debi1itl'bd
: are Philosophical and Classical studies 10,00 Also numerous certificates.'from men of thebighest'respcctnt.ilit.y suffering continually by .pain
in {dnd. For salebwer than any I his residence permanently in J'ith.tthtr.
: : houses Eng up the difficulties
One half the price of tuition according to the testifying 'to great and-having known
I I ,
. S.-F inthe United States byGEORGE i Jacksonville, respectfully informs .1 tt.O '
house & of this medicine .
. 1:1't' studies pursued,'will be expected in advance, efficacy medicine, can be seen on application iaz'Offected great
RAPhAEL the euresf 'and'
public that he is now ;
SU. and the balance at the end of each term. hearingit recommended for.
;! 262 Pearl Street, U. S. Hotel, N. Y. carry on the Boot and Shoe business in all, to'I, such tastlaalia\j
HOLMES described :I
O. obtained
Board will be provided in Town at reasonable & CO. a bottle
in variety, Imported andS its branches., As he obtains all his materials orour btftt
, rq J :: Perfumery every
1 rates per month, for Pupils from the coun- Agents for Jacksonville and Vicinity. Sarsaparilla and followed the
Domestic. directly from New York he will be enabled to directioiiso1'gaveme.
: ,. ; 'i; and Parents and Guardians who desire Jacksonville Feb. Ina short period it
try may 1849. 6iu
.. 8 '49. 4m ; furnish custom work at a much less price and 24, reJ1loied'h rCCJ
t" .. :..,..... to avail themselves of the facilities of this of far superior quality than has hitherto been plaints. and restored her to --health Bej ',
Ji\ ,f. gen I.lniitl Koller Cotton Giu.THE Insti ution for the education of their children DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT eratefulfor- benefits she 'received
, ; : { accessible to his fellow citizens. He trusts that 1 tale!
! I Subscriberbegs to call the attention of and others, may be assured that no exertion the which has already been extended &IKSAFARSLLA.This # pleasure thus acknowledging it.and ftCoJL'! :
; will be the health comfort and patronage mending it to the .,
spared to ,
s.. and the Public to his unequal- ensure Extract is public.M. ,
'I r to him, and for which he takes this occasion put up in quart,lottks-it is
of all 'who be D .MOORE .
'X4P' ed Sea Island Roller Gins- the acknowledged progress in knowledge may to return his sincere thanks, will be still six times' cheaper, pleasant, and warranted superior : cor. Grand & LvdiosBti *

J i '. j 'excellence of these Gins requires no puff: alls eiitrusted'to the care of the Prlnciptl.ltUFUS continued.. to any sold. It cures diseases without Albany,Aug. 1844. 'vTO

,. ;_..' ).if who use them say they cannot be beat, and are K. SEW ALL Principal Repairing of all kinds executed with neatness vomiting,purging sickening or dtbtfiiating the patient MOTHERS AND MARRIED LAEn*
N. B. in Town will be to
.,: '.IY-t ,! the best Gins in use. Pupils and despatch, directly opposite the BILLIARD ,and is particularly adapted for a ,I This Extract of barsaar -has been'ex e .
:,' l1; The Subscriber has on hand a large stock of provide seats-and desks. Chairs are recommen SALOON in Bay Street.BENJAMIN. FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. ly prepared. reference to female coaplai -:

J1 Double and Single Breasted Gins, and takes into ded. [Republican copy.1May ] G. MILLS. The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla No female who,has reason to suppose

.,fJ'1''.:. consideration the low price of Cotton and 19, IS49. tf Jacksonville, Sept. Sth. 1840. 6m over all other remedies is, it eradicates preaching- that critiral period l 'the turn'of life ici* ,

'4 i i-r. hard times, and will sell them at low prices. disease, it invigorates the should neglect to take it/ sit-is: a certain pre,

i ':" -4 Address T. VANCE, St. Marys, Geo., and 'also JACKSONVILLE HOTEL. -it. it. KE1D_ < CO.MESSRSl.l. body, consumption cured, ventive for any of the numerous and horrible

!1 ," .:: t. .to the following agents: I. cleanse and strengthen diseases to 'which females are subject
at thij
&Acosta Centerville Geo. REID & CO. having leas- time of life.
( : Villalonga I fff'I'IIE consumption can be cured, This period may be d 18ed'fGl'

'; 'V1.;..1.!,; B. F DeLorm, Dariau, Geo. and the buildings chelJ, bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, several years'by using this'diC., .1'oris It
," are now prepared in connection with their :
IT .' B. F. Smith, Charleston. S. coLLs catarrh asthma less valuable for those
: SUBSCRIBERS having taken a lease DRY GOOD coughs, : spit- wh6are approaduBg;
1rA. f S. B. Thompson, Black Creek, E. Fla the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr. GROCERY HARDWAREAND ting ofblood) orenf' sin the chest, womanhood, as it-is calculated to assistnature
of '
.t r. Geo. L. Brown, Newnansville, Fla. ESTABLISHMENT acetic flush quickening the blood
\ WOOD respectfully solicit continuation of night sweats, difficult and invigorating-tit
. J: !: 4 A. Duabar & Co., Kings Ferry and Traders the extended patronage which has hitherto BUSINESS.Their, to aOENERAL. COMMISSION or profuse expectoration system. Indeed, this medicine is inTahiatleXar

, t.:' 1. Hill. been bestowed upon this well known estab and pain all the diseases to which wonen; are subject
'' ; \i THOMAS VANCE. charges are established by the Savannah
.; : It braces the
! lishment. In order the better to merit they in the. side, &c. whole'syst m1 renews penaa
: ; 3m2m rates. .
..1". ,:1,11.'.. :J ep". 22,1340. have enlarged and thoroughly repaired the have and ently the natural energies_by retrieving'the:
. k' 'i'hcyare the Agents of the U. S. Mail
t'A: ) and can becured. impurities ol the tody-cot
'lit I building, adopted many improvements tofcrstin.nlatnig
Steamers tit this and ;
..' fr..,, Law Notice. promote the health and comfort'of4heir guests. place, are now enabled the syfctt-ai as to produce a subequaitrela..

A': \i U':. JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1S49.HAVING : The old friends of the house will certainly j and to offer the eve Public ry facility to the Merchant, Planter Irobably.tberp never was a remedy that"h:1S tion, which is the cate'of rncst ruedkir.estaie

; t"Ir! left the State for California I deem it an advantage that the table will be under Goods generally. been successful in desperate cases of con sump- for female wealoiessnnd disease.- .
consigned to their will '
transferred business to Col. the of care be received tion as this it cleanses atfd .DISEASE OF TIlEliEAM .
. 4w::; my superintendence an experienced and forwarded with despatch. ; strengthens the JJFT.URE ? ,
k Lt'i t Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves Their Store Office and Warehouse I' system, and appears to heal the ulcers,on the :I : AND LLOPbY.

V "'}' : Mr. Baker, prosecute all unfinished business to they shall not berivalled, by any Hotel in the convenient, to the Wharf. are. situated lungs, and the patients gradually regain their NEW .YcrK,Jclyr22,1846.

" 'n' ... a close. South, being now enabled by the constant steam usual health ni.d strength. DR. TOWKSESD-Dear fir: Sj nitefcss .
f. Palatka, St.John's River E. F
.t .l..4 The Militia claims in my charge will be attended communication with Savannah and Charlestonto 1849. ., January 13, CURIOUS CASE CONSUMPTION. been afflicttd with a disease due Ltjirtatd!

f' ; 'J ? to by myself, in connection with Col. have the advantage of the fine markets: of lyHOLMES There is scarcely a day passes but there area with a terrible 'rupture icr over fittien J'UI't

i ch. ,t : Spencer, and Col.Charles E. Sherman, of Washington those Cities. In addition they bring to the business number of cases of Consumption reported as the greater part ol the tin.e. She Lislera.

; :. '1.; and every effort made by jointly to an expe1''nce'dt' many years, which will & CO. cured by the use of DivTow'nsend's Sarsaparilla.The troubled vithfrhortnusol trcathtidgntt fil

! : ,. t.fI. prosecute them to a successful result. I have enable them to judge better the means of attending \TESSUS.: HOLMES & CO., have removed following was recently received: tering of the heart, which has been very d' .

P ,.. t1 no authority to collect the money due on these to the wants of those who visit the mild -LU L their stock of Merchandize to the large DR. TOWNSEND-Lear Sir : For the last tressinjr, find has frequently been urtfllefo':

r ; ft.t claims, as I have always preferred to have what climate of Florida, for the purposes of healthor building formerly occupied by the United States, three years I have been afflicted with general leave her bed. The rupture wss nry.large..

:" ; ever money may be appropriated placed in the pleasure. known as the Government Building. They debility and 'nervous consumption of the last and severe. fche tried aln.ost evei-y nn{d, tcr

{ ttf.iJ. ,hands ofa local paymaster, such as the parties TIlE INCREASING reputation which the climate have added to their stock, by the late arrivals stage, and did not expect to ever gain healthat such cjiscs with but little bf.'tefit..htn sle

- .1.. tj. g1 interested may select, after the act of their re of Florida possesses in the estimation of from New York. a full assortment of Drv Goods. all. After going through a course my of medicine had taken but three bottles cf yocr (xullcttnicdicine !

t 'L n'' ;, lief. GREGORY YALE. the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand Groceries, Hardware, Provisions. &c.. &c.| under the care of some ofthe most distinguished the was entirely relieved if the(Jwwse

:! t'h'j' t August 28, 1849. tf other pulmonary diseases, has induced n which they are prepared to sell'at reduced regular physicians and members of theJwtuu of the heart, and the rupture its airiest'en
I vast increase of travel to this State the 11___.1 _A "._ '.' ': ''L tirely disanreared.
during prices.
01 neauu in .new
t 1 iorK and elsewhere
; Jacksonville Female Institute fall and winter months. of those who seek the Shire has'also had the dropsy ar.d'"was
. They are HOW prepared to purchase Cottons. and spending the most of my earnings in.attempting terj
; ; r' .j', fllllE Committee of Direction have adopted relief afforded by :, milder atmosphere,-and in Hides, and other produce of, at the to regain my health, and after read- much swollen. We hid to idea that she could

1 : J. the following re ulatioh. view of this fact. subscribers have determined highest Market rates, and make cash advanceson ing iif some paper your.Sarsaparilla I resolved be so benefited: cs she had stlth.'n ccn ]-i
: ,'tc.J ; The scholastic year is to consist of four terms that their exertions to merit the patronage consignments to their friends in Savannah to try it.- After using six bottles 1 found it diseases._ But it has, it n a J n'p ;

: j'i ." I" of eleven weeks each. which shall be bestowed upon them shall be and Charleston, or New York. done me great good, and called to see you at pear,.relieved JJer'ol-tl. 'dr py. .i zn. are

: l l Orthography, reading, writing and ai'ithme- without regard to toil or expense.BUFF1NGTON. They have a .new article, of Wrought Iron your office ; with yonr advice. kept on, and cTo that fL is statement Is so struuge nstoajpr.f

l -J" tic per term, $4,00. The above with English & COX. Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call most heartily thank you for your 'ad vice. I persevere almost like iictioc. but it Is. neverthtlcse, soLd

. J-, I .grammar and Geography, per term$;,00. The Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1849. tf the attention ofPlauters.Jacksonville in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been reality. YourSarssparilla'is certainly aval,

t. ,j..t above with the higher branches of an English f : The Charleston Mercury and the Savannah Nov. 6, 1846. tf able to attend to my usual labors for the last uable medicine, and should be used by everv'

: ; educationembracingAlgebraGeometry, Georgian will please copy the above '-- four months and I hope by the blessings of God ; one that is suffcritgas we have Letn. Ifatj
, natural mental and moral Philosphy Botany until forbid. Adtuiuifttratrix' IVclicci disbelieve this account they are at t8
, 3 .. and your Sareaparina to continue my health.It .- liberty
i '4P' : ;, Chemistry, Geology.Astronomy, Rhetoric,Logic QIX MONTHS after date I shall present my helped me beyond the expectations all that' call at my house and have ocular demoBStraticii

: :1'.1.,. and Evidences of Christianity, per term $6,00' Estate of Ellen Lyness, Deed. S accounts and vouchers. to the Hon. the knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. Yours,respectfully,

: 't.A. ....ft 1 Each quarter to be paid to Treasurer in ad. is hereby given to all persons hav Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a final Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. WILLIAM .:WSEI,1' : .
.: I1t 4M vance. NOTICE settlement and discharge from the administration State Essex -
to demands against the Estate of ofNere Jersey, County, ss.-Chas.Quirnby .
; 'The scholars will be under the careful instruction of the Estate of John C. Smith DYSPEPSY.
ij late of '
being duly
Ellen L'yness, late of St. Johns county, deed., according law.on No fluid
: ?f-'. : : ofan experienced feraile teacher. are requested to present the same to the undersigned said county, deceased. his oath si ith, that the foregoing statement is 'or roedidine has ever been discovered

: .-.1 Provision has been made instruction in without delay; and all Creditor .Lc.gateE's ELIZABETH SMITH. true, according to the'best of his knowledge and which so nearly resembles the gastric juice,

'. .1\fft Latin. French, Painting and Drawing, and Mu- and persons entitled to destribution are By A.Y. ALLEN Ag't. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. or saliva in deeomjtosingfcod and strengthening
.s* for which additional will bo made. June 16 1849. the organs ofdig'stionas
charges 6mfor this .
. i e hereby notified that all claims of whatever Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange preparation
". .4 The first term commences on the 8th ofOcto- ?. 'd __'*l m -- the 2d August, 1847. Sarsaparilla. positively cures case of
. v lure tney may OP, WIll oe jorcvor narrea, unless Lalld Sale. -- ,
1rj qer next. Justice severe or chronic. .
shall be within of the Peace
they presented two from
il. ;;;'. Applications for admission are to be made to years FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou :BANK DEPARTMENT. ALBArv, May 10..1845.
the date of the first publication hereof and all -
tJ.8; : he Committee of Direction. ; J.santl acres of Land, situated in 'Nassau TWO CHILDREN SA DK. TOWJJSEKD Sir: 1 havefceen'aflicted,
indebted to the Estate VBJ.
fif ..-i COMMITTEE ors DIRECl'lm:. persons and are, requested to County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. Very few families indeed in for several years with dispepsia in its crst
come forward settle their accounts with fact tre have,
: l? J.M. DANIEL., JOHN JA KSON Mary's Rivers, being a portion ofthe Waterman not heard of one-thnt" used Dr. Townsend's form, attended with sourness 6fston.acb'lcs9,
1 {I Dr. H. D. HOLLAND Grant. The'above is heavily: timbered pine of appetite extreme
:1 Executor Tampa Bay Fla. Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the benl.tburn2 and a"great
land past
"s: .\. REED conveniently situated upon water aversion to all kinds
i 8 18-19. courses, summer while those that did not sickened of feed, and for weeis
Sept. 9t and
with the I
exception of about five ; what I
\c ] TREASUREC. hundred acresof died. The certificate ( could eat.J' have been unable to retain
we publish below is I
: .fa'. Rev. SWART, heavy hammock land upon the St. 3lary's I clusive evidence of its value and is con.' but a small portion on my stomach., 1 tried tie
[ Jacksonville Admhai. rntor'" Notice. River. The whole or portion will only another usual remedies '
7 49. any be sold but
: July instance of its saving the lives of children ; they had ,but little or BIT.
months after date I shall cheap for cash. Apply : effect in
. 11.}" SIX present my accounts Du. TOWNSE.ND-Dear Sir I.had two chil removing complaint. I vas indac.
,. .- New Books New Books and vouchers to the- lIon. Judge of WILLIAM HICKMAN. dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the ed, about two months since, to try your Extract

... JUST Received and for sale by the subscri- Probate for Marion county, for a final settlement JacksonvhlleMarchl7 1849. tfCisrator's complaint and dysentery one was only summer'15 of Sarsaparilla, and,!mcst'&;::1' with little CCOH
'1', and apply for a discharge as Administrator fidence but alter
; bottlet'I
. ttI = months old and the other'3 years. They were using nearly two ,
;;. THE CRATER, or VULCAN'S PEAK, of the estate of SamuelE. Swilley. late of is Notice. very much reduced,and we expected they would found my appetite restored and the heartLurtt
, A Tale the Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. NOTICE hereby given to all persons hav entirely removed and I would
of Pacific, by J. Fennimore Cooper. demands die; they were given up by two respectable earnestly recommend
I ; ;:,: Price 50 cents. WM. D.. BRANCH, Adm'r. S. against the Estate of physicians When the tIoctorinformed the use, fit to these vhq lave been
i Marion Co., August 4,1849. 6m George Payne, late Hillsborough\ county us that afflicted as 1: have been
h' .t.l THE RAID OF GOMEZ.-25 cents. deceased. we must lose them; we resolved to i 1: Yours &.
,,\ro requested to present the try your .
same to
.v Sarsaparilla had heard VAN
the without "we so much of but had
undersigned '
.4- : By the Countess of Blessington,-25 cents. Ac miaI 8trn'.rix' Notice. tors delay; and all Cr di- little confluence, there being'so much,stuff advertised N. B.. Purchase none but such asbavewrap-'
; Llgatees..and
; THE PRAIRIE GUIDE persons"e'n't! led to distribution ers that hide the bottle Bd haT t
''t ; months after date I shall that is worthless but ,ccrojletely;
accounts : we
my are hereby I are
SIX notified that very.
: A Tale ef the Mexican War 25 cents. ,claims of the written signature of S.P. TOY\EEND.
: t\ ,- and vouchers to the lIon. Judge of whatever, nature"'they' thankful that we d id,for undoubtedly saved
::14&L' THE VIRGIN OF TIlE SUN. Probate of Columbia may be/will, forever I the lives Principal Office126 Fn t n-st:8un lding-,
county, for a final settle- barred unless' they shall be of both. I write this that others ,
, .s fr -A Romance of the last Revolution in Peru,-25 cts. ment nnd ask a discharge from the further'administration twoyears from. the. date of the presented first. within .be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully may, N.jY.; Redding.&,co. 8 St
publication &
h:1r. CHARLES DEWAAL. o'f the estate of Samuel S sons,132, North Philadelphia; S
M. Elliot hereof and all JOHN WILSON Jr. .
Jacksonville Sep., 18-19. tf deceased late of Columbia ; persons indebted. to the estate I SLHance, druggist, Baltimore .Duro) ,& :
.1 ;
'f I county. are requested to' come forward and settle their l\Iyrt1e.av nue, Brooklyn, Sept.1 5, 1847. r
MARTITA. \v_ : Richmond' P.AI; .Cohen,Charleston Wrigbt.
FITP.TJRTT.!. ... with *; ;
------- -- & accounts LUNATICASYLTLtfT
NoUce.ALL Administratrix of the Estate of S. W. Elliot. t &,c 6151'Uhartres-st; ;NewOrleans: -IO5Sbnth.

.. July 21,1849. 6m JOHN DARLING, -J mes.cumroings'ESq.oriij'; e" I Pearl.-str Albany;:,R;;V an'Bu k'k. 29v; ,eor.ofMark5et ,
I- -it4d persons interested will hereby take no. Curator of ,the Personal Estate, $c.. in the Lunatic Aysluin,Blackwell's, the ; ; Broad-sts.Kwark: K.J. and bl
,1 i tice, that I have this day.filed my petition Tampa, Fla, Oct.,'P, 1849 '
gentleman of in
I ps.4 Honorable STATE OF .FLORIDA.. spoken the tollowing letter. ; : principal Druggists.,and Merchants generally
to the. the Court
of bate
PlJ for : RHEUMATISM. throughout,rthe,United State West Indies and
I .All to ,r1wrntheze Administrator t
Duval County to have dower in the To Presents, shall. ?*Notice. '
estate come '
my .This is : the.Canadas.A..
.:s t only one .
pf more than M.1REED '
OIX four.thousand Agent .
months ,
:t James James, deceased, late of said county, Greeting:. .. after d' date, Ishall. present my:ac: cases- rheumatism. that 'Dr.TownsendVSart.saparilla ; -. ._. .JacksonviUeP1orida'February
allotted to me. and that I shall, on Monday, the WHEREAS Lawrence Ryan has applied to V1ntsa vouch' *'aa'Administrator' >of has : 21S4S.-
cuedTlio most
the 'severe.and
I;- twenty-sixth day of November next,'at a term Letters dismissoiy from the Estate Estate Ramon Sanchez, deceased, to the chronic J'cases are i -- ly .
of Court then George Church deceased Honorable Judge Probate of St weekly- eradicated by its ex ,
to apply to said Court Therefore all :Johns'coun-. -
interested .ty for a'final set neht traordinary:virtues : ., \ : PUBLIC NOTICE.rjnHEi .-
for order are ofsnid "
an allotting the same to me. persons .i .hereby file Estate, and' BLACKWELL'S : .
MARY' ANN JAMES, .their objections, if any they have,-tc the issu. .thall,at the same ,-apply for Letters Dis.'nhissionnssuchAdministratorafwhjch Dn TOWNSEliD--Dazi'Sin IAIi ,,1 Sep 14,1847. : : .:BbofeS >: f subscription to the capiiai.
IVidoiv'and 'Administratrix.J Jas. James, deced.. ing of lid Letters six months after, date,,other : ; all per. terribly for, : .with. the rheumatism ,JL.f; ;;stock'of,tlie..Ltlantlc.and.GulfBail Bead,
_ r Jacksonville"O 27,1849. 4 t wise said ;Lawrence Ryan willbe, discharged:. 'sons interested in-said: Estate-afe desired to' "considerable nine5years, ; :;: -CompariyjVill; be opened ia.the.City:61 StAu *,
by virtue of thescpresents. take,.notice. ''MAURICESANCHEZ 1 -, of'the.tIme I .. 1.nQt eat, sleep,
i-'work I had I/the' [gus"tinet! at ;the office of Wmr A. Forward Esq
j tob'stjdistressing
; pains .
Witness name and. : ,and. '
.lIr lo lr diturs. my seal of office, ./Administrator.. at nine,Qcloc\t.A. ,on Tuesday tb2t'h day
-1 y.limbs
"were terriblyswbllen j _
: have used
4 LL persons baying deinands against the esCX -L.s.1[ this 25thJune-.D.-1849. St'AugustineAngtst, '. .18t1. ',. ':',&'.,4 : .Om., : four. bottles ofyoirarsapariIlaand% th ybai .of September:next, and Continued' openr

tate of James, James,:.deceased: ,.'late'of J. WILLIAM' F. CRABTREE. : } J .; .- 'done"me more:than une thpus.uid dollt1ra. rtI t until. S .the. whole' .stock i's taken. .
fProbate-iiiral "Nf'lee:
paval County "ll1.prese t them properly g : Unty. h 'ot ogd-Thrn) ) ctter .'. I In 'behalf. t the. Commission, ._:\s;
thtIteiJ'to Jun 30,?-l.9--6.m, V. ,tLnTp rs 1.S g nni d : g ee J anentireiyfreHeved. \ : -
the i :
_""I'i undjsned' .; ,for payment S '11.. Ett&nfDarinq. FM'i41 'i-----.". st.._the. ; .,. You are):at, libertylfo .use* "prL.AugustL25 .:\' .... S
1 L claims. years hum the date_hereof 'or their/ -' Wfce.i "- Floi'ila';deceased' .-. -' '-:- "--' UI, ALiVLL&'pO'J'' this. fort the'bmefit pttheaflhieted J849; $[[ .; .
trill .
.be forever nx ,JierOhycahIe .
I barred,by"hi [ i pe'tare .1'o r8' .
"" statute rectfuhIyALLMEScUMM1NGS.; .
: sent the ; .
; kATJl SUBSCRIBER ,sam e to,he .; .
THOMAS ; hat underaigj '
; leased the : :
MJIA&4NAthn' without
OOUli''NOT-wA.Lx'u ,
: and all delay : .jp.'Adft iDi .a.o..t. I "
r" ; creditors Nolice.
lp. MARY ,ANN JAipS, JVdmVx. louse formerly. Mr. Hatch i :*3ffiu ,e'legate e s!JffiS ns .entitle! d r_ i "'Ttt.. ',Dz. ,,TQ:" send's: Sarsaparilla is the" vefflwT -' < : 3LtCbOflTille'Oct street '
' 27 1849. Bay ,,(known,>as".Hlrt's.9Id --Boardim/ -- t $ 'afterdate I.shall mile, appUca*
.. j-, .; ,. 2ni, House,) and.isnow clams andidemaSdi mbitSlVtf.S ; *; # ?&. ; ma1l1 cowjttints, there, 5 Sii'-weeks
: the
prepared ;
.HolDprable. '
accommodate the'Judge l of.PFO'
rDO': disputing thousandsand thousands
ration, ; .' ,,biea r
60RDIALS- ,. ,&c,,"M>n I iDCura; 'any.who/may see fit to patronize him, and as *twoycars. r.eseRt 4 J.g3S "
J-i' c >
no same: wereprosWfefdiseases
sures them that no'pnins> will fho
"- t Lemon Syrup Raisins bewared toW -: i traed : ti.wnfcL'feinalesare'subject'wexe E.ateof.. WhlihOngOi'

roll Currants; Preserved Ginger; \ FVeskJaK Cit sure/theSrCQmforti;,A commodious stable attachedrto ,, lRPmNA'Piijs ,' ::' S9 pf.'in' ;'tEe3njoymerit1rdf.i6bust. ; said-County. deceased* .

monind.Lobster in cases Sardines; Olives.: the stab ishment,- and every.atteo' .E DAiUFerris',4'ctj health-.- ,j. .. i.. +,.-. .- .*, \ d *>:tlnrnAM,47Jlt4A<,
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S ; Ca- tion, ,be.' Jcksonnhle, 5' } :"** -"f riS--* ; ViCU, J- T J <' *" **
iAfilli r \ :
'pers'Cumnt'.Jelli; kb i.jr Jam paidtoithe horses pf.those travel : -- Cpl5thi, ,t$1JJ:;: ; : Y.QIK Blounts', Ferry, Qctf: ; .JW9. ; & <:
t. r.Scpt .
Jujube : H : .
4! Paste,Refined ; lerfl i who .think tostbp : :f '* .1 ,( >,=2a,4-L$474 It V' "" ::'h" '$ '&* "'"' f"---\ ": 4t.. .n.1j"
Dec. Liquorice &cr.- For sate by) '.. 'juay ,*'.proper" with birnc :, \:. :JT(O 1BJ 1Llf tn.e n.T9)t r 'Tlij 'Cr/-1,' 1y.ife.h iPl ,. ., .., "..'T... ,; -. __ ,". ,'- -," ''- _1"' orr'> r

% $51 9'I I :u'A.. :M.REED.. I! acksonvjllc;- 't'S/; F.;:Dt-c.2. ; '1818.}it'cirro- .'C;, -" ':' :.'" Of Oil ., 'JrmJGt., : .r*1tf, -5- J St yen ; een tTery:.sIckand. .in;a;miUly' .1:iqN O Q ER\A -SCOTClU TU !
' tf rethicedstatO
ofheltb. '
EXECUTED THIS beix.rOdticedby-- .Fpr Al.SL1J flEli'tt. '-
taricty of complaints-such .
st :.. us females are liable D r.i.



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