The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: March 11, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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.B t1itn lQpreThe bf tie Constitution oMe
4'iict withthenght'orthepeoiplethereof' : IfiiiteirStateit w h
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to tprm>YreesOtrereign'Stat 'witt n the'iraibject nn1 fu 2F
NAH & PALATKA, PLA.T.:of NovembeiTi"'1.836.LThU not jce.given better thopower:: ;and privileges.the 'Original;mebf )3Y i c 4

BY THE WAY OP to enable the.administraort toj enforce.jiia rapplication bers of the Confederacy. -, > Wilmot Proviso in the nQrthern State.J au Linake. .Th4 jules; .1 L '
IBBUNSWICK, BTL AHTS.. OEO.; 1 efpVetheprop'er'tiiDunal for acTis-- JZeso1vedt Tliatin organizing-* *" r ** a temlorial A gqVernment 4 Piii .vil? r U'A

JACKSONVILLE, BLACK! CREEK ANlfTICOLATA charge tipori final. settlemlrit, 'd F forterratbrytbeIc ging'tbitheUnitedStateSj : bOthtliesereIeriuvitak OftlklJnIt cj.atesX waerei.. ..julati191n"

FWJRIDA. : ISHtBAL URNBI the>principles of selfigbvfer'whichput tikiG sa.zne p1acical es1tiL :

In connection: with the Charleston Daily Mail I By,JAS..S, JoNEsAgenti federative system zests w3iUeet
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tcaro-paclets at Savannah,the steamer SARAH AlligatorFeb.,26th.1 8. ,3m promptedj.th.e true spirit sndmeaninof.th of the fcputh.by a belt. of jaonslayeholdmztat

3PILDING, from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the Constitution'be' observed and the ConxeXcracjrstreigtheiied %itfiiirit fatai efueiicesi
U S. Mail Stages, from Picolata to St. Augustine EASTERN In Circuit Court, : by leaving'all 4i stioiis ; iiCn-. t:::: I heth| ,iit, $38 0&s. iSre 'pment

and from Black Crock, via Newnansville, CIRCUIT rOF ELORIDAt ing the dosticpolichentotM Le- ?, :rko.only differenpe.I caniseev.is in the temper ;give.thethOthejdau ; ci:
and Columbus toTassec. .. COUNTY OF.JJUyAL LN have > ,
Mineral Springs tureadiosen thereof. which exhibited asn4e
Alligator, b.yihepople r.' jWJiile theadvocates of :
?. Mary Moore, ) F ..jMr. YuLEE, on.the ISUi.JanuaryjiSubmittfiJ, Wilmbtism march'boldly.upV.with hostile spirit, *!'cau esta Hslx guve ttiej tJSeir

OCAMULGEE. Capt. P. MC ELTY. v& V Bill for Divorce.. .as.asubstitutelfdr these jresblutionsj the foliow> to'the'violen immohitidif of tfhc'Siafel! of'lhe own, inIepcnttent o1 aid .

ST. MATTHEWS, '; N. KINS.TTM. Henry Moore ) ifl : : .Sauththe adv vati 61 th UII ropoitiiths.cUngasI ,authority aof.: th. .,Unitevl" 'irbuld nqit ::4
z T been made to 4 *"*** +-9+ **t
having .
GASTON, -. J. HEBBAKD. I satisfactorily appear Resolred That the'territory1 bdongi&g-to ir, cve: deranerronetnjg.conception acquiesteiiie ? Jupli'r,1p..

these packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY by affidavit that Jlenry.Moore, .the.'.defendant 'which may-be acquired by-.the Unitei.fcJtates j is of theconsLitutipninvitu oai.Li ,quhmnto ,tLejruitte Wouid not & itae I P

and SATURDAY MORXING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive named in the above entitled zthsi,' sides'beyond the common proper yvf .the Uiupn -and. ovex'- our on immolation tb u converting the exeeuti thud v.,T- ce4 hb"eatliberly to> Uccline v .iii-
at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go the jurisdiction of this Court; out of eignty over the same vests irilhe'pebple of the1 ii into ufelodese.! lloever'ct iuliresti.. && &jp& &u TBut"let
this State and in the State trf.New York therefore .ir ,
through to SL Augustine before night every several States comprising the Unions mate their respectivemotives the'fatai'effects' Jiis
: awi try proposition- -
U3t gtnezftlprinciples. .
Thursday and Monday. said, on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq, Solicitor.for Mesolved. further; .That;the Federal Government would ,be the.same, ,andy therefore rihequa1 .!'' trm,*) J4IT ..CCK'CC_. f AtttJLet 4.

Returning, leave Palatka every TUFBAY and complainant, has no delegated authority, nor the territorial decision to bei repelled. :' ) nieremiiKl; the Senatortof ortwoeIe-
FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock, touching.above I Iet'h -It is Ordered} That the said defendant appear. 'community any inherent right, to' exercise Believing that it is'fhe'right of n arcitizen'of. m9tal prcipleoo-.w iIestabthhed; torslethtU-
and the bill of of said
answer complaint complainant within said :the southern States
way. any legislative power the territories to'goupon any territory be- -
They are all low pressure boats, in complete within four months, dr.the same iwill : ; by which the equal right of all the citizens longingto.the United..States rwhichl-.is opened :r?Jirst.iTluit the ilegisLitite power: -as an*ttri-

order, and handsomely furnished in every respect be taken as confessed against That him. of the United States 'acquire and.enjoy to occupation,, and toreside, upon it securely, spyereignty. ; ;vc.
; are commanded by gentlemen of well And it further Ordered, copy :of this :iany part of the common property may; be impaired with his skves and other property, .under the Secondly.'That sovereignty iaf indiTisiblewsflconcedo 4
Clerk ,
and their Order, duly certified by the of this Court, of the"constitution VinJ
known experience on the route, patrons oriembarrassed. guarantees ; believing, ;! ,that seyei-ul.attributesr oriuncSiV&anu -
; are assurcdthat the and tcomfort of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week consecutively of nis1 resolutions /ibi- him the shield ot its-i rinthe :'i
paid to safety passengvrs, and'support .. ,' ; > protection enjoy) di -agc1csj but sovcregnty;otk exci.
.InJ to the careful handling of freight. for four months.THO lows: / -- went of this, night .against, diurbanceioth supreme. ultimate anthqnty.in aBiatp.
AGENTS: : DOUGLAS, Judge. It has seemed to mq! due to all the;interests any quarter, I deenilt due'to the'State"lrepjeisent'to'dispute Ijom<*f fcw'-mciuUJL- .poluicauietion* proceeds. *nl> t
Savannah. :I, OscAja HART, Clerk of said Court, do here-. wiiich ; ; ,
& iuvo1v dthat there be clear c'oMfctSyithmy -
Urooks Tupper, a- understanding thevopinions from its very natur De Vomplece, 'and incapnFtafi'te'i -
A.PeLorme, Darien. bycertify the above to.be a correct copy of an of the: position' of all parties in- this country -belief.. 'An'd Jfengagerin the discussion ithb, ior1 son; tlfeas mjghtbej
order.made and entered record in the above.
G.Fricdlander, Brunswick. upon the question 'to whichthese''resolutions Attn.s theconstructi6n'of tLe anthat .
,- .. esanie.tune-to. ..
John Besseut, -St. Marys. entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day:of relate. So'far: as'the SenUtor from New-York, ,vocates of these dcierines manitet purpost I Iplathemelves suprcepwewhicJus --- thtj- .. t _t 'F P s

Fernandez & Bisbec Jacksonville. February, A. D, 1848. and those'who'agree-with'Ma,-design toxepu- hpohateyi&unL '
'ztttrrj AyL?* KS i_ H ". L
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IN, WITMESS WHEREOF hereunto-set -t 4 ?irSllii'3'4science .
Black Creek.Plcolata. diate the .Pf the Wiliiot Proviso and the Conthitithon
JLCoy, 1 principles mayrqui4ybyathoroughi1dsscijsionfi ,iow jstand&hls theory. of Jin inhea. nt"
[L. S.] my hand and affix the seal of said -** s< *- f- iy r i> i- i7
aided in Its
CK have in the. we.
Cooley, HART suppressing prevalence at att-'etcrly. legislative ,xigzit in.the inhabitants".A>MSXXI ,
JL R. Reid. Palatka.Charleston.. Court OSCAR ', Clerk. North j they are entitled to our profound nks; day, $liscpver.where( 1St t141ifl 'tctryin; heyposess ijt -bebse t S

i:.Lafitte & Co.; I February Ifr, 1848. 4m .afliJj.join.jfl'in'commending spirit with which tenancw
N. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded STATE OF FLORIDA/ they.havJiHOughtrta'advance towards satisfactory '- The enatorfrjqmNewTork [jMr.DICxnsoNbeing1a )- theyposses. poseiu '

free commission. .Freight from Savannah .. MONROE COUNTt. ; adjustment of differences. -iJut'itiis *7 t the oniy Tof exent-n&Wth flcr itseutitj. jtfiey ppssesa.ir'injitsentirety, L

and Charleston, and all way freight Benjamin Megin, ) impossible for me to- close my> eyes-to the fact, the doctrine of;a Bright'in*tbMnhabitant \>f thejar 'd are

payable by shippers. vs. :that although vaniou. iproehe -have' been ..our.territories .control; the quetioziois1avd. "of cm1a f i

September 17,184,7. tf Thomas Taylor, Philip F In Chancery; made,.since the;lasts esslon in the directionTof ry, I shall proceed to an investigalioa ot'jth > dlthiiorcl xid bb hj
Sawyer,and JameeFflor. J JfT the Constitution,' Hone of these attempts have principles he advances. di tio cni

MM CIRCUIT COURT.EASTERN .. appearing to me by affidavit.that Thomas reached>-point saiis&ctbi to the public jniud, Asljwidsr taud. tfeeuSenato. he.holds, thai 'Jstatfe fca?sbvereign 5 coqi iiS:. '"ultimate E

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUMTY OF JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the and'we are, to all practical irifeAts *very much rtbepeople inhabiting"a-TerrTi&ry of the Unitec dttlfitix ovW au ti j

/ST. JOIINK JN CUAKCEKY. bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the where we stood at the last session. States, Lave the right bf self-g ver rnent in all Vies of theo i i3 .. V L' ;:,r *

The Southern Life Insurance State of Florida,and thai the said Thomas Taylor I What is it in the .principles of the Wilmot that concerns their domestic'or5 internal-affairs .- -'This'L!conclusiqncannotzgayoiJe.ifthepre..r' .

& Trust Company resides in Eurojte, and that the said Philip Proviso.that excites justly the alarm and indignation as "an inherent right of sovereignty." Tha mise of the Senator's proposition.-conceded 4

to use Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose. Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, of the Southern States of the Union? 'Congress (to Hse has own-words)can exercis* that the inhabitantsjpf.ajterrito yTTina4 ,

llced, I It is Ordered, That said defendants appear Tiiat Proviso contemplates the exclusion of the legislation only so for as is necessary to protectthe' / inherent right of .soyereignity3 yiy !4
of of the States of the Union interests of the J United States aud tha or. ofwll 4
a portion
E.Augustus and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be ; government 'i.'wKkteyern'J he
Pongaud.r J taken pro confesso.It from the use of acquisitions obtained through the legislation for the Jeople'ishouldbe erer- such a Tighiwqay, ; 4egre precludes> posstssipnafipf the.et- j t

0 having been made to appear to the satisfaction is further Ordered, That a copy this Order the common wealth and strength of the whole.It 'cised by themsel,under.the,Constitution j ence bf any superior or.spTereign j :authority; iexiernalof j

of the Court by Affidavit, that the be published in some newspaper printed in ;insults us by resting this discrimination upon So far as the Logic of myniepVaconcecned thecoaunuaity,. .

Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month : ground injurious to the moral pride andldignity'of the admission of his whole prpposition woult twfll----- #

'in the above entitled cause resides out of the for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas the South. strikes at the security of not prodnce the con'clnsioa "he' UesTgnsl "'Hi; end4h zr-

State of Florida, and out of the United States, Taylor, and once a.week for four months, in I property in the southern States, by aiming to proposition contains two admissidns 'whicl c i inhat tapfja' t
and in Cuba, one of the West India Islands, and reference to the sail Philip Sawyer., surround them"with a'cordon of States having press the whole fabric, of hia-argument tbhground. < 4j *

beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, ;ros. B.:LANCASTER, antagonist institutions;''and 'thre tens the 'se He admits them to be territories, of th let 34

I On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for Judge So. Circuii'bf Florida.THOS. curity of their'rights] by disturbing'political UNITED STATES ; and Awhile transferring tht 1" ? fotof fiIOltFt

0V said Complainant. F. KING, S6L for Compl't equilibrium of'the two great'sectionai the Jpowerof'legishltion'frour Congress,to t the per-i i % : 7'tji $

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Poujaud Key West; February; 1843. 9m Union. On these accounts, the-Wilmot Proviso sons inhabiting theinlMmits 'they'niuzV1egis. it becbmes.their p9 OWnJATIXZZ &lLthu 7f4
I and others be required to appear and answer is Justly regarded. by a large portion of the people -late- tender fa.Constitution F force off law, until they Valteg or jttbolisJi jtf '

said Bill Complaint within six months, TYPE FOUNDRY, of the Union,&s an odious attempt to insult, JNow, in admitting ifcrrUory.to be Uterri4 But this gives Coagressr'liofrconstitutioiial ;j

or the same will be taken as ontessed against "59 Gold' corner of Ann street, N. York. tolietray; and to injure m. It; is feareii as tory of the United States," that is to say, b longing right to enlbrceits j tor legisUtioiti upon Lthe people ,
an attack the compromises of the Constitution to the people bf the States vhich
subscribers have taken the Foun upon compose oi; th Tcr tonjcs. will
him.It further Ordered That! a of this Order THE Type ; and execrated as a disturber of the harmonies the Union, the further!Admission"is'involved ota against:theij and.much,
copy and will continue the business less does.it prohibit th of the
lately ? people ,State in
of the Union. In its and its right in the of the several States'
be inception people United
duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, pub conducted Robert Taylor. will attend embryo from exercising,their
by They orcA.iuheTent.
lished in some newspaper printed within the to all orders they receive with application, and in all its aspects, it is distasteful to enjoy its use. And in admitting .tint the] of.soyereigHty ia their domestic affairs right
may punctuality ? t.
to all who -it1 as 1 do the people of the territory must" legislate rt'under w
Eastern Circuit Florida once a month conge viewing reverence : *
and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by j- -4 .* \ _* .iThQrepjdblicantheory
Union the of the States Constitution. he -
rights set places
or thfthoityuxIdcrthe
.entirely for six months. ,respect ; "
them will be Hand Cast and will furnish t'eaches that -
THOS. DOUGLAS ; they value the dignity of citizenship. It same limitation that would'restrain Con- t soTrereigntj I
[Signed ] Judge.I any- upon -
all kinds of Printers' MattriaJs, of the best qulil.ity. ,(resides,with,tie pebpleAofa tate>-and; .
said Court is needless forme to that as a'liege citizen ,from legislation tending to.exclude.thd .
PETER B. DUMAS, of Mr. J. A. T. Overend is-t.ill in say, gress nptwitUiits.politieal urgauiiition'j '
employed and -tho
do hereby certify the above to be a true cop the of a southern State, 1 can lend no aid, directly citizens of any State from.an eijual and just participation Declaration bt Independence
superintending: manufacturing department. i cognizs thD
recbn or indirectly to'results'so injurious those inthe. common ,
of an Order duly made and entered of as' property
of who have ?
Proprietors newspapers not advertised 9 iP Pp4e Jalter pr .
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in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth for the subscribers who involved in the \Vilmot Proviso; nor combine Surely the p Opl of the United StatOs'ownthe cpnstruct thei ,
may publish in effort with whick in the territory they have' to gpvernnient; ilfJsfdefjwjthrhe.people
political a.right erijoyt'their
day of August, A.D. any party
this notice for three months will be entitled to and no .withfthetition,4t .
1847.P. !
B. DUMAS, remotest degeee suffers its taint to rest'iipon it. property without hinderance.;,aad.if. e vpn- urg. j
receive in five times ;r sts Wvdljnfk
on *
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County pay type, purchasing Since-the last session of Congress, several stitution co'rersthe territory, th n local.legisla-s in, ,that pppleVeLieTTi. !
the amount of their bill for advertising. toryr oj cone eras teicriialn! >
"Aug.27. lamfCm Old taken in : propositions ,a settlement of the question tibn: ?.ioA ha,
Type exchange new at 9 cts; people. aX
Ib. -have been advanced from t distinguished, quartcrsl So that-, after all, the question raised by:the
per For one, I .heartily' th'aiik them all for, Jlmp.t :Proviso would return with the same tvix'nor 'I37t;
LIT: OF LETTERS. The Type with which the "NEWS" Is % ; AbQh.)7 .
p- ;
the noble spirit of-independence and justice: force jis ever-is 4 thereja, power,Jut'legislatipp and re'-construct*
this establishment tneir government/jt
TJEMAINING in the Post Office at Jackson- printed, was cast at : which' they have exhibited a disposition'topractise. under the (joustiiutiou; no. matter whether in 4s>thB
WHITING & TAYLOR ri. %? A4l?? 4Rh *it4utS oi'erritories ,
ville,which if not taken out within three .' liut their-propositions seem. to. involve C grisItel wh r' hjvhiithO Itii ztfytateah 11 A /" T i +T*rt i nsv *w W n-m .-*;&..?t. _*?_ 1 t.,j.,bjir-I
anonths will be sent to the dead letter office at Successors: to Rob rtTaylor.; in the contemplation of-ihe, advocates,of : be"excluded'*from'participating'- .4

Washington. February 19,1848.ti:3iri their opinions, results practically] The same as ,eqally with all.the:rest*in the.comnxon property
A HIMcNeill those of the FWilmbt Proviso Itbocomes -r. UT T-7 KrTS .T.VTS}'' t-vl'flV'i**ji ia.hia-
: important I
DISSOLrTIQNTOTTCE te z4i rte-1 a that Pfc raijqC, goverflmeat prppcaedtdj"jhAfrt -
.liidrew; Win. 8Acker Chas. J 3 is hereby given thdt'under mid"by ,therefore, to explore still further the lielil'. But I presune tlie. arum nt of my;( eu1 ntr nA 4'iiravn 1 Iswt* 4 i--i, i j A _
Jas. McNeilf Mrs Mar tha of t1. virtue of the articles of Copartnership'entered .
1IF ikxander.* Achd.8 Moutfort,Ward &.Co. 2 into by"JamesTVCole'Darlm'C. Prescott our rights. -' '" tvlegislate r ubfTi.4iery

0" ; .Moody, Baron and Benjamin 'Wilson tinder'the'firnr of Cole,, The two-.leading propositions to wHch" will and npOn'allthedisposal bet bul-jectsjioiTr latin tp rnIh _o c

enj JIcQueen, Ann 2 Prescott &: Co., on'the'l9th of August0; !817, the refer, because they seem to comprehend in their of[tbe-mil, K : i tw ::

C&pt p McQueen, Jane said firm ia'dissolved by the consent of the undersigned scope all the restyafe-r*- r.- -- It ke sue w'F! here,, aic iterly.ae. pcopolTeMtoyigJ4s

'- lodez1Uriah M3rtiU, -constituting 'majority of'the 'saidfirm. il'irst. The Missouri compromise lino-as the jtoth ihh'ib1taii.s ot

rigskedd KNeaL James, B. Cole alone is authorized to settle jnile of settlement 5-and I States anybrigalwei ofl gilaiont &at1i pepj

C up the affairs, and to receive all debts due Secondly.A transfer-of the..>. question'' b"the I eminent whateyerwithinthe etTitor eet .1z1ayIftrcis; pLqyT4Qrq
Coffee. Joshua f' t >1
**hcrwood HenryOatCalTin to the late firm. JAB. B/COLE, inhabitants of the-territory ,Qasult. & &l&V&Ji! ard. &? necesE.ti -
rftJ SamL C O .Neither.of ;thesesatisfy; me. -iLegislativecomproiniserid the first
i h OrPRESCOTT tln place'jipiedtd theASenator.*;ppsjtion 1t?
ilk1 Miss L t .I
the ;
mostxunsafeandshifting; Ih'e wh'dle byrae'yf
..Garey Ferry, Eeb.7/1848.: lgtsfatiyd r (J-1 bej
* ground rwhichi the rights of a'people'canxesL'No tice the FronVthe ordihance1/oi'
upon subject.
upon ;
Dc 1'h rjflc4eIifttEtrUnited
The d ji ft coniuiue
) Lr8 E A 2 Pollard, Jacob 0 FJ b unflerslgne his account and all bthcrievideice' farthis'i neceasatythanisfurniseed.bythelfatex J789jrespectinig| .jUifi terxituyt.of-! United i* i4eaMl tlw n$; j sUifes'fo p
nV } Porter Joseph the business on own persons >f She tariff compromise States,northwest pfftherOMoj jd wj tpth.e.billiIe eainuib| n.ts o -
Dean, 'indebted to the late firm of ColeTrescotf; : I
Pond< feragmus 2 /aidistiH:inbrerecen ly by JtBe Vbfesof Gve"tb'thVOxegonTerVifory, reported afeviI
2 Dixon, ha. will make, immediate.payment, and[ thpso j'j'ine hay. ; 1--s
Peuny, ReT> JohnEeynolds demands''whetf'clue wUl'present them. -the late CctogressitiponHhis"'very'MissouiicompromiseJs'TJiQ I tlayslSInce;CbngTessEnasWways 1it11 ,of inherent right of selfgovernmentt nntUegjgthtU
G .,
B Csnstitution''fnrnisheijsthe ;eiolusive'control iver theTer. *- .
w' : oodyear.Pultoa FebT.9 ot B. COLEI or -
ToplearBichard I..only.'enduringrand basis bf'rightJand i

tZeEIiz ,FraicisKiciardson the legislation of Congress is Jncompetentf'16 y wliacverec ( rtarj11
I> :
1ray I- _
Affey James ,. : iCopartnership1 heretofore5'existing un- modify or compromise- terms ofthud1. gmzdnor untifrccenfl cver'assertpd;

I* floflcs S TH35 the firm and stylebf Dell & Rugsell Ifethis7'day mental compact; foxc4herwise fiWth' tu 1ntli et p1ic his 412 d '
if pt.R2 EawycrCha&Waru dissolTed5bys mutualI ansEiit. 4'The'business cOntro1 thecthr.f the who1o-4mIren t of-dirt L4

; Jo ;Spfl aeoiii& fthe late firnvwillTMSsetiledI by Phil! Nor is the proposcdJtrailsferotthe question 4'toterupon inioiispf ill tho.m stemiQent; ;wri

*?t.JohiW : : Dell> All- thoeind bteiEwilIIeasO calfraild to the inhabitants of the territory less'pbjectibnre4 Anierican olittc4 JaCialGdv4r *.-! .. .- -'
itf seYmore $ummerallRkh. JTpwnsend '. make payment -PHILIP ELIi," "f" 2Lbt J p-it ianottauln onflilthlie'datibitit4t ; :

;t lhrtb.a Stoddsrd, Lewia B ; SAMUEL' RUSSELt' signs r tP-McCujAh thz? fMdl :; .
st ,,i
li Geo. StkeaJa&B.TqiorJncA. 3f1 r5t4 ew pOnihochftncetd &texIusivejower %

'Jf ; & _- -: : .. & 2 J;" 7F k' .territory; the whole;dii>]Msilionr of li'<5 dTiui JMPJK -i:,

NOTICE.2ur- tinofouteritorir1pos& Ion. otongess togovcrk &9erP.tofrbelonthg I .. + ,
.. Mrs.Axe/ ofiNa.. insufficiencyeof'either-f these, io1bett1 1tth Fe:) ; L ..-.A.k F

MdI Mrs.Geo. W' lihe1eatte an ow. avert.the.eTil effecto df thoWjlotrthcie .AhIc1oyern1arA'bO the th 1 I Obbe Ff- 'Oeeg" _i. taepan an( suectq,_. 4,,, .,. Fe4j _

S* pu : WinpteE4wia, pf.Jjohn.\yjJuBo8e: on Thursday sec is tot be'ooncealed'by'J their respfictiTe"idTtPcates power is derived, theposOssion out iUfl4t5tQued.'rim1

Wbiteher John : theceocs4 day fMay eit, the,fyUo wing two ,"wfio Iwhila"they*patriblically'"rfenottncef refi44j jjw. I _
I4aeter Mi L.nr 2 Wodln&Jaz. aegroegv Affy,abwil%l years.oldnd herdaughQsWJiDBOSE the> itaaondrcthe>WiEraotf?Prod jt. tRut r lti xia .respecUptIie tern- -

uWC x Le; Mary O1L : IL

XrigfnCTj Miss Antosis 4F 4 ,' mi, which they Mkhowledg mtlstp'ro QCe the I

'-.. *F c. F : ,, ,M. fDOBQSE,, practical results. .Thpjr hold, that be6anse'ihc I vi, te'qttlte / 4 ? ? __
I $ JOHN .M. PONS, X& -- ,-,;: Adminutrators.' f laws otMexicb robMt'slaveryf it coifiia iyeV I power cigovermn anc 01 -

XiilZth..7,16S. ; i-; 7A4 ILF 2WL exist in territor/mcqtxired from ieifuSile er-0 -

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acnator.itiU not contend, and:the first is therefore by territorial possessions, in their, use by her. -'as it is now the property of the 'wholo .United. ..y -. rt "1i"f. :CONGRESS S'n'" ''' ; '.: I Mezi tip
,; undeniable.Something citizens, in,the room,the; afford for the:spread States; ,:that the F&eralGovernment are:bound Li,flenat on. b17t tMr: ;Yulee spoke atlength -ed.\- t e',4 tAl'.;'OVA'.r.-)..

r : of what seems to me the confusion of her population, in the strength and security, to alloWalaveholdetS'and, their property to emigrate .' upon:jhis amendment. to the resolutions The tt eat, is toibe hrtifi d.".1h ':''" .
of the senator's theory, grows, as.I apprehend, they contribute to;her>'institutionand''the .' and 'Dieklnson. and Senate ofthe United Stat' atul .
** of
; Mr |
to pf
this acquired
out_of a mica prcbew ion of terms. .He.speaks dignity they add to the Commonwealth.:,'Yet, into territory? : protect tOiTthe itfill rfoni month ':
of the inhabitants of territory of tho United by the exclusion of the citizens of the States of them,there in, the'enjoyment of such property 24th,,the.. resolutions ,offered. by Mr.Daid lr'y .w r'thht.bi3"

r i. States as "a people." They are not a people, the South, all these benefits are. denied them. ;- ,, touching.the subject of slavery, came Dieiioo ahd i 'and the'UnI: r= )(i

: in a political !sense: they compose,no civil society Nay, more; their security is actually endangered I. ,' maintained. Mr. up. A disposition" to debate theft being manifested ducted on ChnStfan# panel lessibd'the ". ) eilrw
territory in The position by YULE ,occupies of _
They are simply inhabitants of by the coercive establismentj adjacent territory usages citiJl natiW .
; <
i b of the United States. Their condition in of communities having institutions of a our full and'eiitite constitutional rights. :Mr. Benton hoped they would be laid The widaryapected, :;-to:fa. ,

this regard is very well described In a passage I hostile and antagonist tendency, and their dig It is as good for Oregon as for Central.America, aside to avoid discussion, at this particular: laid down in .Disturneis t.:,po rf' dtds l M

which will read: nity is trampled by a discrimination Which remarks from several lishedat New Yprkinl84roiiTHH! ,$
*! a of whatever ties and for them. upon and..thetime, -' has l'ti'Yedj" when-: -.bullied. .' and moment.After, ; some i ; '.. .
A by degrades
society men1 Northern fanatics and demagogues .Senators Mr. ,Allen moved to lay the resolutions -
browbeaten by ,, -
Whatever purposes they may be united to one [To be continued.] .
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't another is not complete in itself, if it has not ;, it is our ,duty to, ,maintain these full upon tne ,tablew'here, he' hoped, they ltxwt' '.'

.,' within itself an independent power of government NEWS.JACKSONVILLE rights. This is the great question of the day.- would remain forever; Themotion was.earn. St. John." ; in a spirit: 'of;';"fob'pfcyj: :.q ....

but is, either in its legislative: or its exec- THE We concede nothing to climate.or nature. We ed, by a tote of 35 to 11 ,. to- ,gird. .,Ducal W' ...;opportunity to .d efeaa o.'

'; without.utivesubject Such to be a controlled society, by therefore any power, though from .. MARCH.. .11, 184. now contend. that ive have the full and indisputable On.the 28th, Mr.,Yulee presented' the peti Tal Judiciary" and,Report made-such'A* of "the able Senator uftv-fro*-.,fc'*!'
---- ----- ::: citizens sutitle. gge t1 formed for civil purposes, is no.civil society; it right,to immigrate with our properly into any tion of of- ,Orange county,Host Florida,, I '

d can, at best, be only a part of some other state, territory belonging to the whole Union, and that praying the establishment of a post route; Forthiend :he,:proposedchampion ,to :

and is usually called a province to that state inparticular Some conversation-took ; between l Mr. ,In the'coluinns'ofti_ e'!!
"' receives its laws the Federal Government is bound to protect win plaxie : '
from which it orb
y which its public force is put in motion and the possession of such property. Yulee and Mr.'Hate,.on:the'subject.of a report : conditions. ,1st. That. both.partita- ttit..

made to act.-Buthtr/orth's Institutes,p. 68. We that the National of some remarks of the latter in ,a New York write under their,real names.sonalities 2nd..T pw
are pleased perceive truly should ,
'. Another misapplication of terms, as I think, paper, in which that senator charged him witha be avoided.
: taken Mr.Tuucs has met with
ground by
is the of the word as descriptive THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Dural *tiecHnesl the*first '
in use "territory, misquotation of .the au horiUes' o which he condition: iif
of a political organization. There is, We hear, with much gratification, thai the the'most cordial approbation of the entire had referred in'his argument' since. latex,the second, in terms of!grosaagarity. I F' -
some days !
<,' in fact, no such political or civil organization. Democracy of every portion of this State are South. The celebrated and vastly influential He'can ,therefbre '
:. The term is only predicable of the lands covered and determined in the matter of aConvention. resolutions'.of the.Legislature and Democratic Mr.,Foote admitted that he hid used the words, recei1'l'ao .
energetic '".I\ -
notice "
trom 1. -
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r z by the jurisdiction of a state or nation. Ter- Convention Alabama occupy the same position but not In'any offensive sense,'but as;if he had .... ::-S1'"JOIi.. .
interests which are at M.
The <
used in the Constitution in great 4'rf Zr : -
not .
..ritoryis any .
., other; sense nor has the legislation of Congress stake-the pusillanimity of a portion of the : 1 The'Press'of the South have adopted it said',..',mis-cited. ,'.1'. as. lawy: sometimes. misciteauthorities "*.LATER. FROM VERA CB11Z.' ': .

M' I e1'eremploied it any; otherwise than as descriptive Southern Whigs who are ready to barter away conclusively as the platform upon which.we all ,. which ev'afterwards.. ,turned. 1WOT 'TO'iuv{ ;
k of domain. gainst themselves. .- : : : .
public -independently of party. It is acknowledged &1'
of constitutional for the _
a portion our rights An',extract
,- ifrpmtheOfScej of tii
If the inhabiting territory composed Mr.Foote also M r. .I\( '
persons charged Yulee with softening
to be the pivot which turns the
fancied of their has roused upon dated 8aturdayvevenintffmnnouncesae:
r. a civil society or state-if they were paramount support party, up ri1
.' lords of the soil which they occupied-if they the people of Florida to exert themselves for existence of slavery. If we do not maintainthis the asperity of language! he originallyused> of the steamah P'EdithremV'. -

..,.. were independent of the control of any other the maintenance of those opinions which look position we are irrecoverably lost. If we so as to make the'printed.speech;more accept she sailed'!on the 20th"'nit' ''briD r
would then the right ble and Mr. Yulee that he had from that city; otthe'19th'1U., 'andthe
authority-they possess do support it with heart and soul we are foreverout ; replied only ..
noble Constitution. From all
and of because only to our portions city Mexico,to the.Tth: nl<'
of legislation '
self-government ,
; of"the omitted some extracts trom'1ewspapers.1fhi natroh..
of fanatics and
':.1 they would be sovereign. But, failing in all of the State we hear the most encouraging power demagogues. the intelligence received by the De :,

p4 these essential elements of sovereignty, they tidings. County, Conventions have nearly As an evidence of the importance attached to would hate swelled out the pamphlet unneces A rumor,. :prevailed' bi"m Crnx:ti{-'

fail altogether of any right of legislation. everywhere been held,and delegates appointed. this amendment of Mr. YULEE, we attach the sarily.In Edith left,that' Santa Anna'had made aa '

s. I conclude that the inhabitants of a Territory following extracts from two highly influential the House, on the same day, Mr. Kaufman cation to Gen.:Scott .for a passport, to,Vera
Even the counties of South
"' inherent sparsely populated and permission to leave the'
of the United States have no original or country;and
the resolutions of the
Southern journals. The first is from the presented State'of Texas
rights of government or legislation.I Florida have exerted themselves and effected a Gen. Scott had acceded to his request, T&oa

come now to the question, Where is the Representation in this important Convention. Charleston MercurY of the 3d lust,journal protesting against the passage of any laws calculated who credited the rumor believed; Uutthe:irould

.1 right of government? The truckling policy Mr. CABELL,and of the whose'stern impartiality deals alike upon Whigor to retard the emigration to new territory arrive in Vera Cruz in four:or five dayt;tots. *

,. Whose is the territory ? The answer to this Democrat the punishment which is meritedfor of the citizens of slaveholding states.- bark for. Ul"Cpe.or.HavanL: ,The:Arc:Iris e f
office hunters who bawl out in his favor has
: will determine the point. The Constitution the 18th ult contains the following article.
Florida desertion of the rights of the South and the Referred, and ordered to be printed. its side '
: describes it as ''terriJ rv belonging to the United rendered to the Democracy of an im Spanish :

:Vn r States.' That is to say, territory belonging to : mense strength, and we have only to forget the principles of the Constitution."Ma. Mr. Putnam of New York, offered a preambleand Gen. Santa Anna.-We are assured that!Oca'

!,o the people Maine, New York, Virginia, Georgia advancement of individuals and to look to the YULEE'S SPEKCH.We have perused resolution for prohibiting slavery or involuntary Santa Anna.has arrited'tiithini.fewds a
".\P' and other States united under Tustepec. with the
the provided
Texas, passport wludlr
oi with pleasure the speech of Mr. Tube, of Floriida servitude, except for crime in new :
success the interests we'have at staketo any
the Constitution. The Government of the United mighty demanded from the Government coanter
% 4
on the resolutions introduced. him and
States then the right of the by territory which may be acquired from Mexico. by Gen. Scott. Should this
possesses government ; reap most glorious victory. intended as a substitute for those offered by prove to be tit
;ti' as the common agent of the people of the The Democratic Convention of this State is Mr. Dickinson, of New York. The subject of Mr. Brodhead moved. to lay the resolutions on case, it is not improbable that we sluan.e 1ft

United States, in whom inheres the sovereignty to be held on next Monday week at Madison these resolutions is comparatively new. The the table, and on this motion the yeas and nays Excellency in this city, with the view of ta;*
over it, and the complete and exclusive jurisdiction barking for a foreign country, ,in searci
contained in the resolutions ordered 105 e
.. proposition of Mr. were : yeas 92. So the
I .. which this sovereignty, by the laws and Court House. It will be an era in our history, Dickinson is one that cannot fail to excite the ; nays resolutions !asylum!; which he'has not been able:tofej. .
laid the
usages of civil society, cont rs.'Besides and probably no meeting of the kind before or interest of the people of the Slaveholding States.It were on table. in his native land *

the eminent domain. the sovereignty afterwards will be so well attended. Widely is true that it condemns the Wilmot Proviso A train,left Vera Cruz for Orizaba'calif

; gives right of another nature over all public but have had occasion before 13th iilt., with an escort of 230 men. The'ronb
: scattered as are the citizens of our State and as we to remark, THE TREATY.
.. ," common, and private property-that is, the while it removes one difficulty, it suggests one to Orizaba and the city of Mexico-are,1 saJJu,
indifferent as are the means of communicationand The following abstract of the be clear the '
of of
provisions entirely
empire, or the right of command in all places by no means inferior to that which it destroys."In guerrilla parties.

of the country belonging to the na.tion.-Vattel. intelligence, no better method could be the discussion of his subject, )lr. Yulee the treaty, given by the Washington correspon. ; The Edith brought'over. the remains of Ci

113. adopted to cement all the various sections and has, evidently,felt himself handling a question, dent of the New York Herald, is generally sup. R. M. EtLols, 13th Reg., Infantry, and i pC'DL
"The domain of the nation extends to James.R.Stade.
everything interests into one harmonious whole. For the tho decision of which involves grave and important posed to be correct. Our advices from Washington '
The extract from letter tics
she title it following a s
:., : possesses by a just j comprehends issues. All who take an interest in the
her ancient and just possessions: and all East and South we, however, feel authorized to subject, will therefore be gratified to find that leave no doubt on our minds that the correspondent writing from Bordova, (ra3'dj th

her acquisitions made by means which are just say that no sectional jealousy shall mar the har- he has discussed the subject in a manner emi- treaty will be ratified by the Sent, with the Picayune, : ).'now In possession of'the'Ameriea

'". in themselves, or admitted as such among nat mony of the deliberations of this Assembly, and nently becoming. His positions are laid down exception, perhaps, of the clause relating togrants troops, under date of the 15th: inst.,would_
.. made to confirm the that Santa Anna about
tions-concessions, purchases, conquests with report was
I ... in a regular war &a And by her possessions from every intelligence that has reached us them great with great distinctness-hisargumentsupports precision and force. It was nooccasion of land in Texas ; and as this. ,is supposed to leave the country. .* ?

,. we ought not onfy to understand her territories, from the Middle and West we are confident.thatevery for mere vaporing or empty declamation to have been ins erted at the instance of certain K About a ,dozen guerillas were'seen oa tit

t but all the rights she enjoys.-Vattel, 165. portion of the State is disposed to sacrifice and accordingly Mr. Yulee has addressed speculators for the protection of their own : wn1 up. Santa Anna' ,' with:a few hundred followers

i The people of the United States, then, in its private interest for the advancement of himself: to'the sober sense not !only of,the Senate interests, there is not much probability .that it ,,wag in thia neighborhood ,a tolerretia,feV&JZsince. ::
: their federative relation, as owners of the territory but of the people of the,United States. And He has asked for permission ,
and the maintenance of the Constitution '
Democracy will be insisted the Mexican authorities '
on by
: and it is he.
is oh
; bb'tijr
country thought:
I : hold the sovereignty, and with it the we venture to say: that it will be long before ,. f', '- .
.. jurisdiction and complete right of legislation those who entertain a different opinion will be I have already givenyou the main features of the coast
over the acquired territory. As coequal owners )IR. YULEE, AND THE SOUTH. prepared to enter, the lists and dispute with the treaty. I now proceed to give you a synop- with Since writing the'the-above Edith we who have cenfemd
t '. the United States are coequal sovereigns him the palm fh this case. sis: putt, article by article. a passenger on ; states that
.; over ,and they can use it,govern it, or dispose We commence in this week's paper the publication 'While, however, the speech itself is so well I Senors Cueyas Conto, and Atristan are.appointed lie had teen informed by Gen.:Ttrigyt that he;lad

N I of it, through their common agent, without any of the remarks made by Mr. YULEE, in entitled to consideration, we must not forget to I commissioners on the part of the Mexican received positive information that Gen Scott host

; J" other restraint than results from their federative Senate of the United States, in explanation of render to Mr. Yulee the praise to which he is government to adjust with the commissioner granted Santa Anna his passport;avid}teat he vat'
24/fr oat
character and the terms of their union- entitled for ot the United Trista expected in Vera Cruz by the '
: ; fl.. his amendment to the resolution offered by Mr. having so promptly met the resolu- SiateSjMr. lasting treatyof ., -
1 In respect to other nations they stand as the tions of Mr. Dickinson. We are very far from peace..
exclusive owners and sovereigns of the territory DICKINSON. As the existence of the institutionof entertaining any other feeling towards Mr. Article second provides for the present suspension ; tIre Baicro f.-Thc Boston Daily Advertiser

,. In respect to each other, they stand ecqualijure. : slavery defends upon the construction ()the Dickinson .than such as Mr. Yu lee himself ex- of hostilities between the iorccs of the publishes the following,\extract from"a letter,

: as common owners and sovereigns,eontbderatedin constitutional point involved in the dispute, the presses in the commencement of his speech.But .- two nations. from a Boston. gentleman:nqwJnParw i anncwacing -

fI" a united government. while Mr. Dickinson is entitled to, and Article, third defines the future boundary theelectlon of Mr..aSaiieroftaaaori; ,-.
issue is the the South of
most momentous to "
It is immaterial from what source we derive any should receive, the just consideration of the people between the two republics. The line is to commence pending Member of the French Institute: :,

the power of Congress to act as. the common that have ever appeared before Congress, and of the slaveholding States_for the advance in the Gulf of Mexico, three leagues from ''n'.. 1l i'r.",. '..>.1, 's.ts:,,.

agent in the government of the territory of the the result of the final discussion is looked to which he has made towards a recognition of land ; to run up the*middle of the Kio,Grande ,The highest. honor::which: :can be bestorraisFranco.

.: United States. Whether this power be attributed with the anxiety which its importance de their rights, all will admit, and Mr. Dickinson to its intersection'with the Southern boundaryof upon a'foreigneriasust,!been; oafer*

to express grant under the clause of the himself in the number, that no scrutiny can be New Mexico; thence North until it intersectsthe red on Mr.Bancroft,-'.'.He, was chosen, ;uk A.
; fourth article which empowers Congress to too jealous, when it has for its object the declaration 'first branch of the Gila; thence down the t nio na Corresponding; :'Member'of the"J 4.

r make all needful rules and regulations respecting A portion of the Northern Democracy, at the of what are the rights ,of the'people.- middle of that branch of the river to the.Colorado tute. Five-ii; nwer presented';for tajfecant ; -

the territory and other property be- head of whom appear Mr. CASS, and Mr. DICK- Once abandoned, they are lost forever. .And ; thence it follows the division between .chair of History j ,every'"vote ,but one TO
I longing to the United States," or to an authority INSON presented on December last, in the formof the several amendments, which have been mentioned Upper and Lower California to the Pacific, in favor of Mr.Bancroft, (aoo.that ,one forlr.
implied trom the right to acquire by treaty as necessary to be made to these resolutions which it strikes one league South of San Diego. Grote, of London, ,author; of the iHistorj&f

,.,;.. or conquest, the great leading fact still remains, resolutions, their views in opposition to the ,. will conclusively show how just and proper The next article. guaranties to citizens of Greece.) A gratifying fact,'in regard totte

t that the territory belongs to the people of the Wilmot Proviso. These resolutions: take the were all the strictures, and how proper Mexico, now residing in territory ceded to the election is, that it comes without theknowfe&i

ip United States in their federative character, and position that territorial acquisition: is advanti were the objections, which have been hitherto United States, all the rights and immunities: of of Bancroft; and without any ofthose prellaai
that acts in the administration of its made. We shall at the visits his and those appeals to academicians
"4 Congress and that the question slavery shouldbe proper time; have citizens of the latter country, provided they ary on part, ,
.\0... use, as the agent of the whole. geous, something to say in relation to an amendment take the oath of in desire I whose votes are.desired that are p'
allegiance or ,case they, -
; As owners,.the people of the several States left to Legislatures. ot the territory so mentioned by Mr. Foote, as intended to be proposed to continue citizens' of Mexico there is common'with candidates: for vacancies'&&

'; hold in equal proportional degree with equal acquired. Following after, and\ in oppositionto I by Mr. Dickinson. The speech of Mr. guarantied to'them the right to leave the territory Institute. 'The honor acquires doubleyaluefer

J rights to its control and its use-its use, not the doctrines of the Wilmot Proviso, the Yulee is at once the evidence of his ability as a and to dispose of, their property ,to the being;\unsought?jand-"1. have heardw.itH"BAmaU4satisfaction >

only with reference to its profits, but its bear- nature of these resolutions of Mr. constitutional lawyer, and of the true, untainted best advantage. several members of the acaJ
., ing upon their respective development, security plausible allegiance that he holds to that portion o'f the The next article of importance proYuIes'that eiuy i contrast the modest ;preserve of:Mr.Bacroft >
DICKINSON are in reality more dangerous to the 'with:the restlessmanoeuvres to'wtlA
and Union whose .
general policy. rights are in his keeping.77The grants of land in the territory'ceded ,.made by ; '-
.' .. As agent, the United States Government South, in their ultimate operation, than the Mexico prior:to the, shall bo,respectedby they have been accustomed., ,Prescott,, J09
next extract is from the
we give Charleston
,. must be regarded as a trustee, representing and Proviso itself. The Proviso was an avowed the United States. know, is already a membi and,I think, America
the whole of "Evening News" of the date be 'or"seven of ft
exercising the authority of one same Its may. out
to the institution of Slavery. The reso- The next article, provides that Catholic residents
not more nor less than another; and bound, in enemy clear exposition of the principles advanced the class of History/which is selected from the world,
by in ceded be
are to>> protectedin
the administration of the trust property, to ap- lutions of Mr. DICKINSON were a seeming, but Mr. YULEE is territory ; The other candidates, beside Mr. Bancroft;cad
a satisfactory of its the exercise of their religion.
ply it to the just and equal benefit of all, without false friend. The one could not deceive,.and proof _appreciation The next article ; that of land Mr. Grote were M. Dahlmann, the Pfe"Donn
provides grants
ti of the doctrines therein and '
discrimination or injury to any, and with a contained la the writer on Politics
was directly denounced by the South. The in Texas, made .Mexico prior tothe Frc
'constant regard to the equality of the parties in- this matter, the whole Southern press is of one by year ";: ./M nile' t Oxf ria P
other, upon its first appearance, duped us with 1836, shall be respected by the United States.
terested. rick Frazer
voice. We yield not a. title of our constitution. The that this Titter;.the'SUi81dlir
next articleprovides; government -
With these,purposes, and under these limitations its seeming smile and hypocritical grasp of the I -
al rights, and we ask no favors of those who shall take prompt and effectual measuresfor '
I1 Congress may govern the territories, and hand, and bade fair to destroy slavery by the would rob the defence of the borders, from Indian in Lie in .Aferiw.-Speaking of tie {"advanc?o
such subordinate officers us of them.
employ or agencies of
.. may medium of its own supporters. The Wilmot cursions.In cbization and the "march iP-cc\(
administer its mandates to "
to as seem
may SPEECH or MB. YULEE.-Much has been de- Mexico says;
consideration of this cession of
Proviso barefaced assault the territory a
the whole functions of was a upon constitutional -
it best. It vest
may government and
livered in set 'an.Americaa LAwn?
"* !* '. speeches and formal essays in relation on-the part of Mexico, the: government of ,the quite l1pf
within the territories in '
i one man or rights of the Southern States. The to the Wilmot Proviso factheaddir' .
Every of United binds itself -
source States Mexico fifteen
*, several"' ; in a governor, or and a governor legislative and assem-judges resolutions of Mr. DICKINSON were the artful constitutional authority has been explored. millions dollars." In this pay sum,are to be included One hears Ea1i; .Pke a m1 step j it\i
or a governor judges
It establish, rule,' production of those Northern Statesmen who Analysis into the principles of our complex system the three millions of dollars, already appropriated becoming nativens.
bly. a military or
may mayadopt has exhausted,itself.. The was at :hearing so
an agency modelled into the fashion cia wished to obtain southern support by a,pretended political metaphysicians ; by Congress, forthe, furtherance of srrue' .many <
n 'y civil government But whatever the form, compromise. Their object was to the hair have:used up their abstractions, and i peace, and now: subject to,&he'rder of Mr Trist, 'it too,*'a such eng t.'a
oppose splitters have language as
subordinate if even: found nothing This sum is to be paid immediately 0:11.e,ratification part*
these '
agencies, or governments, :the Wilmot Proviso to catch the votes of the more on which to found the tenuity ,of their i of this treatyjby ,the Mexican delicate phrases;'1 was very nwc\aaused.tti.
governTuent -
choose to call them exercise no function
so can had Mr
you who
that is not permitted to the Congress that Southern,States, and then to catch the votes ot distinctions. But Senator Yulee emers'.the ,.. *- other day t hear a beggar boy desirous-of,< t
field thus inTastiUan but
cropped and apparently :denuded tIts The remaining twelve minions to be tofore begged J
4. created it, and must use its a authority subordination Northern Abolitionists by assuming grounds J ,are paid the march'oJTimpHXWiaeatiM:
1 produce. By the exposition and application either, instalments ,the issue of 6 ing pace with
by a
,, a. .. to the rights of the people of the United : which would result in the same end contemplated of.a few simple principles, he divests the sub stock by redeemable,or by the UnitedSStates.: percent evidently bn. taking lessons,of some,vo.
States to whom the territories belong. ; ,
by the Proviso. ject of its complexity and places it and begged ia pure EnglisfctW
grounds Several articles are'de1'oted to theexecutory tee
Hence it is that in all the acts prescribing rules
for the government, of territories, the agents But the watchful statesmen of the South perceived popularly intelligible. His analysis is thorough. details of both'of these modes'of.mVri ent. .The' =ive'thpr.blind b'boy t bit;. ch JlJJof *
his !
His h8a'a tj eywlifh
limited inconsistent reasoning logical;sequence that borrows adoption of either.. is to. ,bV.-P afWitb'thb'. : dn ? ,
are specially to powers in time the trap that was ,laid for the nothing from artificial < ';" -" ,' < thing'else 1. s:" a
5 with Constitution and laws of the United, destruction of their and to the of of the demonstration" : V-, ? : '"_ r "' K ""*tit .*
:. $tsteynr rights, credit conduct to ,an irrefragable -; Tif-lmpOrt nr l binds the government .: >" -' -
Florida, the death blow to the cunning schemehas conclusion. The 'principles that'lie' of the United States to;assume aU claims 1 You yustft; )ii* the de i,the rite
: ', "Provinces lose the nature of States, and become at the foundation of Mr. YULKE'S "and kiss there t *
'J. been given by one of our own Senators.Mr. .- : argumentare of Awerlcan'eitjsene,against the government of in Boston; a 1WTe.w.lw
l;': 1., the appendages of other States, having no Mexico.: both those,already decided amount suit:"ndt Vet tto muia *

f-", If'; ;. kind of sovereign sxthority in themselves.. Whether YULE, on the 12th of January.last introduced 1. That the Territories do not possess any in-,' ing to two million" ,and those undecided J,amount*, his'wife'ik'b t months in a&*'

r. ; therefore, such a province is governed by a an amendment to these resolutions ot herent rights of sovereignty.. iA g'to'sa6onttireemillions dollara" ,; i! ionable a Mr PoweTDilG' >-WJ

f:" President or by Assembly' is an indifferentpoint Mr. DICKINSON which alone expresses the true 2. That Congress' is clothed with all legisla '. Some' unimportanVarticles:then;fQtlowXor'the'mudeofexecutipgtb h'all.the; boa :' which dotk not,1D' the least i affect the tine authority them. .
r. t constitutional in the matter. This over portion of.the treaty:;:: ; .abstruse and scientific'
t:; .-'r' proper sovereignty, inasmuch as both he and 3. That this body is the common agent ortrustee"of such as the':appointment.of. a, commissioner: ,to known,by the adolescent as Blind Man'f 5

L t her tear only a subordixatt *r delegated author' amendment declares that,as Congress Is a Trustee all the States; under the constitution, decide, ntho claims, &0. ; ,,r; ., '' Mr>B. 'kissed 4 Mi IPiteap thebacYofherThe

'' ityP Puffendoiff'B.7, eh 5, f 16. .for the Public Territory for the 'benefit. .of which guarantees to them, severally; The treaty of commerce of- 1833..betweei the next day'fter moth *demanded an apowfif'
xw Now, then,. let me- ask, by 'what authority, to their citizens of,.moving with theirinto rightproperty :'it.: she
tr all the States and has alone, legislative!! au. two'republics:is to be,rehedfor,.eight years, He gave The next day braoghtttrj
upon what pretences right' or justice, can it it must any of the territories',the'; Union,acquired and afterwards to be. renewed at. the option of constables to Jr.'$/ andhad. imwwj,
Congress :either 'directly, or by permission to thority over guarantee, through'the through purchase;.conquest, by their both governmental:: <4'- *1' "' '" _-, wife put intfr'thfl$ stxeet into the rate,

its subordinate agent in the territories'undert&k ; constitution; the power to the citizens of each, common wealth and strength.; This embracesthe :The "troops. are to }leave Mexico'm-3.months ,baggage tuiblidafterthenv Action, fora ss

f' I to exclude from participation upon equal'ten and every'State_ to move there with their pro pith. and marrows of the'reasoning; in this after the ratification the treaty:by'both; governments U the.. cqnaequeaie. and testimony P lions Pea

withall the rest, the people bf any portion admirable: speech]:which,-without misplaced or ,unless the sickly 6as6n/should come k1 branhr'.b
of the United States Is not the terri1i .. pert) I ntent.or. slightest.touch,of declamation, on before.their embaykation coo be effected j in b ] l 18iiu
, ';.. "p tory. the common 'property of all ? Is theterritory We take it that the difference is this Mr' presents one>of the;finest'specimens on record which case they have to retire to a health ;sit- te'worldi.T ., i' f'T" t 't, 4'x,.,,

: j not as,much the. property of thepea DICKINSON,wished to have the territory,acquired of pure parliamentary logic on s> difficult branch nation,and are to'.be.th'supplfe8} on Housn.BttrntYbyr i

I.:,;' pie' of Georgia 'as of Massachusetts, ,and.. the from Mexico, organized. under. :the laws which of constjtuti6naU&w.! What,enhances the inu.it' amicable terms by,the Mexican government. Tbwnihipj: ".tC.-A'J,wa.. "'kaM
;1: tx Congress much the, agent of :Virginia as of held:-force" there r before and which- of course' '; of this performance :is the compact form of Sup 1les-whl arrive in the mean, time are 'a-cat..AAburningemberfellontheba kof'.
4' New York 7 Why then should its advantages the argument and,the .
; corrcspondentt-terseness not to ixx subject duty.! > j who ran up to the garret and. thiew tf -
: t be partially distributed? A State is benefited' would t exclude: slavery. Mr."'YULEEcontend>< of the expression, '. ,'_, Mf The custom homes are to be'i'eatered'ta the hepot.f I .-



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side Market'r ; 142 U fiJ '
that the beers : do e& : .J'i.t } .: T _,. W ."t ,.
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d th9 subject he would go to work: \ "' .. :.Savannah,' Gd.. I.<" /ticAl: > k'* 1J .- %J4 't qw r :t-MA' F : .n" thteafter' ,--J' 1 N ;

dui dI erVth* embankment of theN" e is.toMS3 O*'Orders from the country. will,be promptly -; I *OTICE is hereby=tothe r : of:applicanta" ;,abov.;.mentloaed, that tte; of'1. -:. OP:1.Jit.k'_ : '."UL1 or 1* :J1iQ'f1. \ ._' ..,, '
could be done on theIIIfl1tat filled at the lowest wrfcefc ** 11l fbUowbg:described have'been duly,certiBed wd returned : < --i
first nothing Townships, ,,by ;the Burreyor .f' ,' E ."".n 1Hi'''''.J'r''
three March111848.J. ly 'General ;to-the District'Land Office't at{fewnansriUe E. P ai4 4ha.the l- 'D.fr 1'
least the next years ; ,. period of}Q _T AJL : & 'u' t ; .
NOTICE allowed By said Act:,'tot'the MroviJlg the tact that.the settlement has been commenced,anti th* <

Orleans JUDGE particular qnartcr section "ipoii which t "beaten.inn expire on the date opposite the Tow&thip' ,;.' .1t.Rort:. r' ;
/t&fdl ;s the Prison House.-A New OF OF PROBATES OF DUVAL described in the annexed list: Those i1'P.UcaaUy therefore,' sec__Bettleacnta. are within spy'ofthee@tbivnshps.are"requestedtb BLACiWOO 1 fLM'>i'a .>dAG Wi't"'
the.N. York Sunday Age intcrrSt COUNTY EXECUTORS ADMINISTRATORS ,' v W* wJr
of ,
dent -. file th.Register.. and Ter.at.e1l'Da e
of theatrical matters. speak establishts of a good !. All GUARDIANS,AND OTHERS..:- on oi1 before the said dates satisfafctory.prbo ; pumiant. to the requirement..of..the.law aboveiuedtioued ?' YAJJ tr.ft.jf.1... 'iiit l r. 1s
P beetreed the different Executors Administrators,G Guardians Trustees "' "" ,
: .
ersW1ding --* --" ; "- 'J' 'tQ'. I.QKPON:: iOJtrAS1l19 : '
and in proof of it cites the frequent loans of Infant and Curators, ore hereby ordered AnchPioof'sbonld':bej the. applicants own affidavit, corrobi ai:bythe.tesiimoaj eftwoornxfre ,. ... {YudlrOpetitalytretl ar ,: j
rf actors ADd gives the following epistolary tire to render an account to me 'of their i spec: disinterested and corapetc&t. witilesses-J.. which proof, should state all the particulars as to theesettlement. 'I Thet'rl, pf"rhfcfc two WpTk itt W :
which saId to haTe taken ", '
DtunicatioD Administrations Guardianships and tip '- ? ...r'i; .,T".T ,' r.. S12ayear. ... :rq- sLtnf'asiz'f .:
between the stage managers_t at the April Terms 1848,aforesaid Court,which Unites the 'proof required in the fdregoltig, is filed on or, before the date specified tha.pplir'! .,:. .s. lepabllced' ,b !(ieatitetfwif &aW' .
plaCe "
.JfmerimJIritJJt1t "
T tsa G. S.ia S,'NerD Stage Orleans Manager, t.J.tJf At W Stage commences and all Guardians on MondaJthe are particularly 3d day ordered of April to; cantsytfrill forfeit all righ title, attd claim to the Land,'under their Permits. ," .' V'. ':.: c ,.P4\1X.it a 7eQ'.r4- x w o 't .' i :

l. i.
.JI'O fWJft
oftl+e St. Charla 1ft the$amc city: render an account of the ages of their regpec : D nn. before which. Ute PfOO ofeitj mentmgst I
( 'innthia RaDP. b fiW. and eke lie tfa..t ate t '
loan us a broken-hearted I tire wards and whether they ate now &t any pertka ileern'hed, {
you I : La--- '
W.-Can A'fPJUJm1I orJjCtterf TUE
Dcc and two robbers for tonight and what school PROCESS will issue against Twenty-three Stoat. : Eighteenl I 'Jan 26th..l .9..; : Far T'atfw'ad '; eetlallf'J"1lll1d. ;

Yonr5, G. S. Si DFAUttBfts. WM. F. CH AJJTttEE, Twentr-four do :1 Eighteen do J .do' :40.Twenty.three uumc, ..i :
ARSWKOts Judge of Probate D.C. do Nineteen do do ,dpTwentyfour neweu.bowncelr.fwvjTHjf9&aa

Jacksonville March 111848. do Nineteen 'cto"' do .. I :
IerJ' -Oar broken-hearted father has gone J It n 1'- countrr apflllnkwoodt B* v J1l :

Mobile play with Blangy. You can have Administrator's.Notice. Noix The particulars as to the settlement.should be,- the time*when cultivation wuDiencedthe com has induced the subscriber to J I .'-_ ,
to robberS and welcome. D"Send back our a Term of the Probate Court of'Dura v kind of;crop 'cultivated number of acres in :cnltivition the kind:of tenement publication of this'_-_ ? l .ttillafto'I I

)1Pl&ud the ( i ours, J. M. W. AT County to be held on the first Monday erected- -number of persons composing the'fMnHy discriminating between adults'and children It is amatter of sajprise that the :
ft'. M tFot, Stage Manager ef the theatre in April next I, toll apply to said Court for .malea and females-whites and colored' t gAML. RUBSELIy'Register.JOHN tion of:thiarwcark-was not cv -I''ecme ,

d0 7ears.m.: On looking eTerj ef.teaatW I
LAKD"OFFICE Newnansville Florida February fith l 848.' ,Stv ': : numbers we ted thra.fifted wtth$ '
Charles- the property the Estate Priscffla Mattair, : -1 t + 1.4" .

\r nlmi-If you please, let its have some deceased for the benefit of the heirs aid credit -- .'j -.- Poetry,and Narrratl. the_of wWei ftd t ''

,dies for to-morrow night. We cannot ors of said deceased. ISAAC'VARN,'Jr, .Alachea sfiiizruft-a.ivttMJt' r 'w : but little behKd thou. .J.... m .. fi

o tdlee than twelve' and we haTe but eight Administrator,with the. will annexed Y virtue of a'' writ'or. Fieri r aGIitslssilOdfrom burg Work nd tnaiy er&tiet&aBK ; .
io< kiDS with. March'11, 1848: 4t ; ;. the Olrcuit Court'pf the Eastern.Circuit tions from the Giant intel eetA of the con i:
LosaPP1 of Florida In and for the" of Dial torS to the Northern & 1 This i
yeti Dutch obliged, Ymt, A : county, rm' beet ,
AltSWElJHonnearWe NOTICE.. in said State directed :to'all and every'the writers of tIa a day contribute. to its'pages.'.. 1

can let you have two'young ALL Persons are hereby' notified, that the Sheriffs of paid State, wherein Robert'Brown, t 'It;has'nowbecn 'published"wroteed*" : :

the Ballet but they must be returned undersigned has been Appointed Admin Executor of Jehu Mixell is p laintiff," d.Moses bt j ppdoil'' *?and,'&J "tf'f CuCtuKuOQ370W ,'i.

belies far enough to attend Queen Lucidora in istratrix upon the estate of John C. Smith, de.' S:Hyams and George?L Galpin,are defendants, >0''copies' :theca 'halld.tbecontinent" E .

time Burlesque Opera, which, for your aocom- oeaaedl late of Columbia County;Florida, and I hove levied.upon, and will expose for sale,on FLORIDA 1f; ) 841,11.. ."- 6t ., _''V, 1 traM.. .t.;
the those indebted to the estate of said deceased the first 'at the Court lated into veral tthit 'eoatiaesia '4:
we rill do as the last piece. Monday in April next be offered fop gale, at Auctfpn 'on }:
odatiou are requested to make immediate House in the of in the WILL the:' : instiiw 'of-i i!
Yours W payment town Newnansville 7tfc day Of March J84S, at the being o81f .
And holding claims against said estate of in said between the Magazine that MDieat: f A' .4,0
J t[ W to G 8 8. county Alachua State County Site of Benton county, Bast Florida j
From find the dragon were kind are requested to present them duly established usual hours of sale on that day: A certain lot 18'er4 traoU of Land, fn Township 2J.Range The. publication wjl; pfflfflfnce itfj 8 :
Dear Sir-We ,you within the time prescribed by law or this notice of land in the town of Newnansville next '
deficient in &tail. Please .with a 18, and in Township 24,.Range 2L uW tio1P.1 l'Y"."I 4;
ftrr :
loan us :
plough to that necessary, appendage for weD :will be pleaded in bar. good dwelling house, kitphen and other outhouses On tha 14th day pf March;at the Court Housaof The p. -' .j .... !... :p .J
tend over a-head with"Fortunio" until it comes. ELIZABETH SMITH, Administratrix. thereon the property of Georg/3'M. Jal- Mari0B county,sundry tracts in London;I S6,. :> : :: f. r .:

go W. March 11, 1848. 2m pin, to satisfy said writ, and interest and costs Township J3, Range 3Q, 1-

ANSWER.Yours State of Florida.EASTERN" thereon. WM. .,Qln oNS, I {t 13, u ?l, THE I.ONDbf'10RDDj;p J w FASHIONS. ,' i1

C 5 S to J W M. Sheriff Alachua. county, I H; .cc ?J, 'AKJ> 'COTVT llfT L" rJ11 So" :
COUNTY, Newnapsvllle Jar&b 4 1848. 5t f? A Monthly Path atiH.PI.Cfttti-f '" '
Sir The tail is no-where to be found i H, 2At ?
-105t Dear, mislaid- or stolen away! In looking The United States of America, Nassau Tax Colle tor's Sale, Uadisoft Court Ijpjse, pn Thursday, the and Priitd..i( (: ? Fatkwnablev :

about we found the tail of a.fiend (of the last vs. ON the first Monday in May next, between 234 Janh s .fq I'f'.TfuMru r litr'l.intltitfAw': j i:
The heirs of John fcsQueen.Application '.rte the Qfcidtj $c ,
) which I herewith send, and hope it the usual hours of sale, will be 80)4 Cpr Sect m. Townships. Range E. *
pantomime '
fit Yours S. for the purchase of land :. the State and county tax, po much of the undi- 'fha's J J of33, 1, 7. =: by' "BeYeral":Literary and Fashionable _

easy JWMtoGSS.Dear on Amelia Island, vided interest of William Hickman and others, SWMof34, i.' 7. .' l

S.-Can you loan us a few virgins for motion of C. C, Youge, Esqr, United of the Waterman land, as will ay'.the sum of U lW 4 or2 }, 4. 'In the fiTdo" 1T p.r hm ii t forfladI'aJJ tiie*.

the temple scene in "Pizarro?" W. ON States Attorney for the Northern District seventy-five dollars and the cost and charges ff JiE 3 or 2S, ,, 7. Gossip() ,Pans' ,aid thVprimp cafes' ; '

ANSWER.pou of the State of Florida, it is hereby ordered attending advertisement and sale thepeof; r. lb of J, J S1. of the-Continent f-\ of' E. ; ;peYRo1Gcit' pfrDescription :
boundaries unknown to the subscriber,and H W of 6, 1, 9. 0 e (JeJJ'a Jrsiiitigllbo .">,
-W.-Sllrry'w say we haven't any virgins that the surrey heretofore in this case directed : !
Jefferson ties with accurate accpunts of'.t&edresses'of"the ;
to spare. They are all required as mat. tQ be-made, of the lands aforesaid, be returned 41.S+?, M' Conrt Hoase, on Monday, the. ,:Ladies .
tuns in the tragedy of yVirginius." on the 27th day of April next beforeme On the same day, will be sold so much of the'1an 17t. # March: .'. .of.,RMkNptilesienJs Fetes--Discriptipr .
of 'New iWith."cntidanot- : .
Yours, S. at the Court House in the town of Jackson of Mrs..Fleming, and A, Low, as will pay S: T. HI. ,I | erI' 1 .' s-. :
From the same to the same. villa in said County,and that tha matter of the the State and county tax. The amount p the 'tlJe M OfNWHofn, 1 w*|' :$ E. the sa>gerP, prDterst New1Music.Talby the ;

Dear W.-We want a Macduff, a Hecate and confirmation or rejection of the said survey be taxes duo on said lands is forty dollars Tb* t if< E W 3 orsw .0IJ3; t; "1i Ma JpI1.1 sty's Author.Poetrrj visit to dlferenl; HoMc: Desert' Her I

ktlfo-duzcn singing witches for tomorrowjiijlt. set for hearing at said place, at 10 0'0o0k, A. Fleming. lands lie on Thomas'swamp. H WofSE%otNEiofJ4 1;. .of Neg] Pa1$ N4 tektYaaie.p1. 1''
A.J, BRADDOCK "ot14, 1 5. :
Can we have them? M.of said day; and it is further ordered thatat ;
4VKWE&. the same time and place there shall bit a .Tax Collector, lit asau county U II M ot 81 .. A J 'rt'3'f'T'. If
February 19, 184$, -N'Et 'Or 6, 2,' 5. 7pipji&alqk'|_ P f'Ar.t:1 bQTe wo bT t'
Pear S.-Our Macduff objects to playing ser hearing upon the application of. the ,United _. __ JI (
1M ofNW M ot 5. 9' t"TE : !d''t m ; -: 1.0 M v !:I :
wndary parts with your Macbeth. W. States for a final order for the conveyance of SHERIFF'S SOLE. -. ,.
0S'11taJMW the premises described in their petition for the : VIRTUE of a decree of the circuit cart, JIS. -OnerCw rtb' cash, the balance .in I ',PfaG; Adffi'.t' ;sN trTi:>JiawiV "i
BT three :
Well can you lout UK& witch or two that can purposes ,therein mentioned and set forth and of the Eastern Circuit of Florida,for the annual instajm nts, :with interest.,InaL1. i in advance.4I eA .
Or f 'J a year, -q'
sngl for such other and further orders and proceed county of.Duval in favor of Orlofi MJ; Dorman 'Tance. ;|' any:pnrchaseni should prefer tfl addressed, J
'jl' r'm orders |
''J8"IZlle | must ) peat- .tcs
A YSWEL Jags as the nature of the cats may render neceasaty against Charles H. Pelot,I shall offer toy sale at from the : be deducted" L .GODmj :-t

Yes, half n doieu if want them; and any nunvW And it is farther ered, That a copy : Alligator in the county of Columbia,on tp first Lists of fo" : JQJ/ t lpI!
of sUnd in need of this order be in the the tfeAttar&nlar tracts can be b4b1 .
apparitions you may of as published (Jackson Monday of April next, following described &eatmed1
tone of them appear kcre to-nigh W yule) uyews" until the day. appointed for the land wits .southrwest quarter tJ southr applying to am/of the Post Masters in .Bentoncountsor J7f Wlp&PJ '. ." ':'b,.., c
or'Marion will qt} 4 to a
said hearing east Quarter of secUoa 14, township, range they be furnUhjed/if .fr1;-' !: f..;
TIJO. DOUGLAS Judge of the H4 south and ant; also tbe'south-east quarter ap for, b/ letter /wf-poW, addressed to JI :'. :;, Jl"tl. _J_!'.' .Jr .

The DeltA publishes letter,written by Capt. Eastern Circuit of the State of Florida. of the south-west quarter of section 14, township st fJJ STAT ROISTER, AT.TAIiAHASSKE. Fist Dqsor'IJTl 1t-J uvawua '

'obin from Sau MigaeL It is dated Jin 4.- March 11th 1848.Sheriff's. 9,range J4;south and east; also the south- JOHN BEARD; Register R QTICJI is b' : that under, lic t ; ,
We extract the following, describing some of Prflip Ymds'o/State i'IQri4a. N
of rt.m-
Sale. east quarter, section 15 township 2, range 14-.1 iptne 'ft"a PfCopeitAeiat iP"tered
terrible which TaiUhassee <
the events war engeodcrs; SOT. 1347. 3m N i
south apd astj al&o the north-east quarter of qyTa tQ, ''' crr ,
CP DarJin'
Our people behaved rather badly at Parras. virtue of a writ of d fa- issued out of iptpMy J&F.I : .
Somehow an Irishman not eonaeetcd vith the BY the Superior Court for the District of East northeast.quarter seetio+ township 2,'range *.Collector's Sad; 'anflpeniamijj Wilson, underthe, firm"of Cole,.

army, picked a quarrel with one of the Rangers, I Florida for the County of Duval, I wiJl expose 14, south and east r also the west half of northwest | N i
an inofiVn iT* German named Pcltz. He shot to public sale in front of the Court house ia the quarter of section S3,township .9a' range Vbetween the usual hours qf sale on that said firm is dissolved!by the'consent qf tbJi'tm-- '

Peltx through the head, and one of the Town of Jacksonville in said eeunty, on the 14, south and cast,amounting to 249 acres' the day, Will ,be sold for/the State'and'County dersigned, constituting a majority"of the"iiid'firm. ;
blew the assassiu's brains out. then rangers first Monday in October next, between tie legal same laud sold and lonyeyed by John' C. Pelot .Taxes, so much of the following named tracts : James'B.r Cole,-a/tJ" >anthoriiied til set- t

on a fiprec and killed a few jackasses They and ball got hours of.safe oa that day.a certain negro female to Charles H, pilot o) the ?8th Dec, 1842, together of land, as win pay the same and'all necessary tie up' ;the affairs: ondrto receive aU'debts'duV

dogs, and two Mexicans who had managed to slave,called Chloe, and her child Georgetakn with all t&e .papnorements, 'privileges expenses, vi$'282 acres of land on the St.John's to'thelate. ,4;tiimi- ,- ',>"...'*y,--;*AS.;K COLE;! t.1 .V ,

let mixed up in the business. The murderersof in execution as the property of Joseph 13, Lancaster and app rtennjoces to the same belonging' or in River, knoyn as the Joseph's.Tract, and.belonging I." r ijc:PREScSfeCarey's d1

the Mexicans have not yet been discovered; ,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould any wise gpnertaiowg. to jtfee estate of Waters Smith1200 acres .. Ferry- ,.Feb". 7.L"'1S4s.t.., .-. .f1. 7. 1

it wu believed-and it is now known-that they Banks & Co. THOS. LEDWITH T. B. ifITZPA7RICL of,land belonging E.Pohl& Son;390 acres be .The undersigned.,wI. |hereafter. coptie'
I : Sheriff'&c.Jj Sheriff of Columbia.. icotP: longing fcfodley returned W.A.Forward I I
were not IUner. I Aug.27,1847. by .the business on his own account and allpersoaa:
The dead bodies were carried into a neighboring : *,The above sale has been postponed to March 4th, 1848. St as agent 1000 acres belonging toE.Pohl& indebtOrTfothtlate...4 rtaoi p:$esoot lb.. '

house and placed alongside a dying gambler the 1st Monday in November next.. .Oct 8 Alacbaa Tax CoIlBCtor !oWILL '$ e. Son, returned by'John.Kings sent, agent; and will:.nuke immediate paymen and those:1 T'

a desperado from Tennessee. He was in fjT The above sale is postponed until the be,offered for sale at first in December next. Noy 5rr or the Court House in the tern the above. Iadbeing within the county'of; Da.vat' *' :
the last stage of a galloping consumption, and Monday front .Feb. 19. ... ,5t, i1ttt'o ,l .[COLE.
lit latest breath was expcn-led in blaspheming The abovo sale is postponed. until ,the of;UeffnansviU in said county on Mon cJ the IffO&LEDWJTH, Sheriff and J. .

his Maker: boasting of having committed five first Monday in January nest. Pee 10 4ft day of August next;within thelega Soursof E-o cjqTax Collector- D.C" r ';cic-. -
Bnrdcret, and regretting that he could not car- 53 The Above sale postponed ujaUl the first .saje, a safiicjjent portion of the.undivided Interest Jacksonville Noj;:fl,1847 T> ONSp.\o'n. inte -

17 his money to Hell and cheat tbe Devil at Monday in February next Jan 1, J848 of the following named persons in and to JtT meat flp d:recUo /qf jftejadminiupon :1."t stratac '

poker! He died that tfgUt ,@d fcft ;30tlli'hi f3 The above sale is postponed until the certain tract of land known as the Arredondo tlitr age perlft's Sale. th.'E tate of rrr J jrne eased
pd1 beltigcl hiiii. first Monday in March pet t. Feb 12 Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes doe thereon T3JL virtue of a writ of fi fe, issued out of the 'out before the Hon.Judge pf Probate for<

l jf The above sale is postponed until the for the State and county, for the year 1847, > Circuit Court for the county of Orange, I bia county Fl iUf.l +
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first Monday in April next. March 11 and all cost and charges for the ooyqdsiRg'sal and .will expose to public sale in front;of the.COurt. the'.Bnlp er tulmip ;
Y The Rite rrif.Tbc Nci\ York Commercial House at Mellonville in; said: I' J. BpQASnch'
to wit ountyf Tues.
tells a good story about nu Irish girl who cameo Puvnl militia Claimants, Tile thereof undivided interest; or portiOP.. or _#AQodgood day the 14th day of,March 'n, between the !t nder or the on._p d rovisjp," l1//AYrtrp. cJ.Weegia.. Idf* ''
near being u arric-d on Thursday evening THE non-cpmmissUmedqfcers .and privates and Thos. Tilleston. hours of 10 and 2 o'clock,forty cows anid'cali the rerestablis "cut ; .rr .
that the fiddler eras engaged, friends invite l, Captains U.ush Price, and Suare' com- The interest pf Charles A. JarvjsThe one mule, one yoke of''oxenf and one ot vagwi. $ ,the
J bridegroom ready awl parson at hand ,,Theceremony 'pules.FJorida.Mounted Militipforserviceipthe; i interest of Noah Jdrjris .Levied upon as the property of,Algernon !; county of Columbia) ,Andjfpr.other.. 'purpose

. was howcyer delayed until tjijo company yeaIffJ83 =9,who dive not yet signed the necessary i The interest IJfJeOrrf9B Johnsoft.,. Speer..tQ satisfy said writ with cost and, teresttbepeoa'Jn approved the January tits, fir, aTat111iOf e1l'riii1

i grew impatient and Determined that it papers,relating\ to.their claims jn the hands 1 The interest of Alexander Muirv *'favoFof, ''Archibald1 H. Cole. Property of tlerein sdiee54 r tenrr
should take place whether or no, Rut the oftbte utl Jer.slgJi.ed arc requested to-do.so without : The interest of Mprdecai Myers. pointed out by defendant. -'"' l'-"" pose instituting piesin ubataneeeof 1>r
bridegroom refused to be a party to it until his delay. The papers to be signed ar.e left jrjth'I JOHN ? pers belonging to-". -the.afp id administratioa
the STD1P60
The inters of Mordecai .L Not. .for Can bp fqund on file| .*plerkf*oict oT
'pw }
uncle !
t came. The uncle arrived Won after and Cot Pons at the Post Office, or may be signedat and '47. Sheriff Orangs PoQJltl. t
then years 1846 Yield cguijty,papers and. -,nstrunient*.of; nfa
he but the bride had then office. '
.1 was willing, GREGORY YALE I ? -
my fIehabo4PaH. Mellonville February.1 9
The interest Ii ,.184J., .1t' to ,substantial eV '
purporting re Gt Q
- changed her mind. In reply to his entreatiesshe Agent Duval companies. :
The interest of Aaron Peck, for the yeera' n1 iOT b d lpieTSofTjiomas
rejoined that she would not marry him unless Jacksonville, March 4, IS.18. tf and'47.The "".''- I.q." ., ... -. -I
1846 "NOTICE. Pd 1T t .
her that : q ,,
grandfather was present. /' 9Tf.N -
member of her family died some years before, Execator's Notice.ALL 'interest of Cyrus Perkins. '. IS hereby given to all .persons Cflncerned t1 -d b :; .. iA r; .._ 8 '
;rt I M marriAge was possible when such a condi- persons indebted to the Estate of Fred The interest Rogers andrrie' the.Estate. of,Zephaniah Kingsley.."depean 2 j't.$4 ;$a gtTto t
e yon was indispensable especialj/we aye informed $. ie, deceased ;qe "requested to The interest of John'N/Sayer' M heirs,'legates, devisees x and creditprs,, 1 t en tf1 p tjP to W J1 ipl'catagA
that make mme4iaU payment to the .subscriber The i interest of John M. Seama the undersigned Executors of said ,Estate p tr1 AAMn !
with a toss of her aubw/n ringlets : fi'.e
a the bride bounded /rom the foottse, pn a, 8Rd aty persons, creditors, or legatee, paving : The' interest of the.heirs.9f },ajior" ., -for. at the next term'of'Hjer Court of.Prpbaje. for .nt: .a n em' ratq# '
of all the circumstances away demands against the Estate of thedeceased, are the years 1840.and JyifTiw the County Duval; tobo'holden at|apkspnTille J 1TUL-
s Jew ,contemponuy without interestof Wm-Tfrorn,for ftteyear*.1846 on -the first .' ; ,
bentely records Vis.opinion that she served aotined to present ifcena delay,otherwise ; Jtfqnday. April.D pro a ftj

1t 1s him right their claims and demands wjfj be. Barred and..1.. >j T*.* sent theiraccountiirif l said;Estate-",; t.,f' .,A1U'P. ..1"1 'L'26t" '''' I t ":t- f "t"W ,
The interest pf Jphn j WnsenoV ( Get thereof." v
at the expiration of two years from the date 'Totchers'fora euUpt ', : s.*> ',
-- -.- hereof PHILIP FRABER. 'tplt.or. The interest IsraeJ. ,. 7jM>UCJ.t i t '. r riT !? d-5 ., -"." --.17".18 p.'J Gm fiM st.i .gTA ',>. ..a*:51 : i; ,
MARINE 11'ITELLIUENCE. n ijitere t 011 A '"R'.A.'rUTN" : 1:. \ ..'. .JG NKOCr
; : : ,
Jacksonville, March.4, 1848. 8t a
J. -- ----.._ ,-.- The interest.. Sbijrers Parker itr9. ._M.'D( .. Executor. .Ben 1 : ?tt 4r am$ 23 op$., tl

. PORT Or.TCiSO ;, UCJJ lARRIVED. \, NOTICE. .maine \ ..1 o.ja, }.S48:,.',. .? Sins'.Sa ;.:, .J -.." t. 't ill iml1_ ,. .
t '
MONTHS ate date shall,present ihterest ,.Derr.The'i Tajlp PWp'SaVyeii : n
SIX my pt 4Jfiedlefircstyears .. }|
t -- .ta and aro chers as Executrix of the .p, ,h. ltf..f I".-. .,. t .
. Estate; (pf,He' ry'ajrna>d,"Jr9 late'o'f.'DuvalBounty :: .". ft to'1t..1:. ;''t '.Jlw, it.. .?,'r'o.1t- ". 'ALL:Creditors,'Legatees' and 'persons'entitled &JFrfD Thatturttt f.

Bach 4th.-Schr/ Palos, Urn, St. Tboma ';j e eascdL t4i the HOJL Judge of Probate pu'f'1RJ Tl. ., ,," ,tit + .r ... .."'. y1-1
,S arch6th.-'frith Sloop Cygue, Wright, of stag, eountyV fo'r.. fl T.h Ll ettlenieni of said ,':..Tbill'. t.B. b'.,O \:::.>;e, -iiggtete 'of Jacob;'Sumerlin,'late'of bill Sled I>n > t. :
*****, N.P. 11'.4 shall, atthe) ftM time,'apply for 1846. an a1A1'. --'of o .r.\ ,.t tirbla deeeaaedNotice;Is,hereby State orFforidk' i that the said'tnomag Tlor :

MuCh:"u.S. steamer Wm.Gaston Capt Jitters;pf Dismftsjofl $s such Executrix; of The )tefeIt:oiThomasC.Ao ." .' } Ii ; r.=teat -en..fc Fy On't1et. *.-Late 'resides in Enpope,and tkat ty aid f. I5awyerresidmiarthe f.;

: 24 o'ra f tom Sa..JJpftJ1, tp.EWarch which all persons interested in said Estate, are. 'The interest of Ritfits Davenport.; 1, o the' .dr 1 '.v ranted\ on. tJae't f.t.lfcf ;I ia"rt i* ,

r It Bisbee? desired to xahe.potLce.JIE The interest; of James Suydam. ; X -:_ 18th'da"ofl, ,", J, iJ e Judge otP'iq-' 'It-il'Onkr JTM P !

10. BthJJ,S,tuner Ocaygjulrgrt f) ) p TT1l $A]41 D, $ a '1''., The Interest of John:Rodman,for the yearij 'Yor eatid." !' l.P.t !nnlb a, Qcatfir Fla; and I1fer. :the.iet'.. .. \" ... t,I''shall be'ft i!'J
ttreat *" .
. &Tagaah, to Fernan4ex&PJisbee.CLEARED. Jackson. y }le,'Marcjbi. ,_184 .,. 6rnnHrtrator'e' 1846 and '41' / \ ;:; and that all5 dauttsapd"rdepands willbe barr .eu" Pro-COUlesso---a : ;". .1. J- ",
. f" Sale. ': The interest of Thomas'Dexter,as marks} pn .red at the id :of two yeayiB,frpm"":'the day of filet e ht f"Jf i1 '1( t_ ..1'd

>tJ. March: twV WnuCaston, Hurhejrt -ILL Aim'BE .SOLD at publiti!.sale ojjr's.tbe'36thdayr the map'of said Grant,.owner.not,knot n fpr ffrantinBeaTi letters' Testamentaryj'Unleas filed rbe bUih in : "Y"'' wJii ; i
Sara. the \ *, J./r and to appeal ithbith ttoe, ofirkiehsll ; tlie''Easteriat'-t'jrcmit o t '
1846and47. ? J
years "
I.I. .. ,'day .of!.IJarch *848, at t vfr, ? fm. .- |
uch The of Susan now e years "concerned' wffltake'l notice.1*sAll for ninemoHths.'iiirefereTaylor i f
I.r Sa 19th..Staaaaer Oa.mwre 1JeJ JJ.T, the of the late Own Baxter ,-all tjie .interest Murphy, 'It "person/ li
plantation '
effect to the Estate if oBaxteJ',41eceaaed. 1846 an d' 1'N? % &T 1:1.: claims ana demands against Che said edaten', ,arid once'i-'ir .W--
y personal belonging 'The b iefedof HearyDn .fpp: be rendered'to Thomas D.Defter,!nttheidwer'; 'reference. to fie"aai 'UE-
Consisting of Cattle, ftffses, _. i.' ; tnf f .. ..'-,.- .. '. 1
;- :Cf and'47 .rf, ,- Vr -o 7. vl1iemlS. 'n gs in said count. : : 'JOS' ..
;ARK & LAWSON Carti Timber Wheels, ChainsDogs;&c Boats, IT1 r"r ) ,
I ; ;lw theears.1846'and = j', r. "THO'lr.D''D'fD.ut : t.
interest ot fleorge.J.'Olar: _.., {: JudgeS Circuit
11cr .
M GEKEKAI. CO'MMIMIOH MEB- Turning Lathe Cotton Gin aud fixtures, Caipcnters > !
Asp ,: .. ,47.-4x-t- ,' r.-' 'f'fii" ". .J 430HN A. SmmJn, 1 'TuOS'F'KmG: SoL for COaL"o. : ;
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'dam ,
Satannah tender their servi, aud Blacksmith Toolci Sj gar Rollers. tII. j l: .
I.I i Georgia c.'Rf.tr : ROBERT.BROOKS, 'Ke W 1&t. nfUA. '
: P1&nteJ'aand vths, and spiiot >signlroa Fraz e,1fDJ'k and Sugar fiousc; articles, large '*-rand. '.Ex-pfficio. ,Tax'. .... l'tl' -r Executors. of the.said Estate. ,I "<_,.._J, '.-" T.... II_.: _..... ..n_.. .-u.P'I YY .f,
the, kiads pf Sugar Pan Silwr t Watch: j'Diflej"1-Double: :. .f :" a 'J < 'r .t.- # -- i" I' jj" "J. -
ao dala country 111" ., F
,, .f !. tar Febrtuiry. .5th;JwinIs.a BIUOLv. Mill;
9t The Saw oibar-Saws. .taFi 'a..1fJo 1 .. ; L.- 'Fo h ; : : ,
celebrated barrel G Ploughs Whip '
'the '
y*** &g fiwt for w 'F.fL19, 1848THOS. .- ': -_ .r". : f, ( im fci'partnership >it1oro.. ;
ld'illgillg of Cass county,'fromrwhom they Saw frame.Grind stones Lot of Mahogany and & '
Ire ""- t NOTICE .. .deithe'prmacct lebf all> "t'I.I. i itJWi"tij
f wa :of use.? fr '> .f.t f : 8a.BE1V.AB t l .
kiy supplied with Flourfregh ground sundry other articles plantation :* : {for :
A in the tract of Landknciwn ; ,TBE.above: ;Regard;will be paid for rI"tBB.nOBIDAHOtJSB & again'Jope_ .,_ > flissolved. VoJ"m teal_ ?
also his *
Northern flour They keep Atso\ interest+ # V -S 9 m ft.m '
. 0Ji'to jbusiness ofthe fixnuriu! c
,. to '.JL z tbe'on 9f late btPhDi
cant in- iho apprehension)Gild fe.debvery
T constantly, O burgs and .yarns. as the Richard Mill tract)'swamp t '_. !. 5 : will please eaU
from,t Eatonton.- Planters and ing abo moreCI1"ess.nJ i1.fi f7 "t meoflDy negro man CHARLES"or that 1Palae'ccaceut.or FT: ,3ttfeMrafM,
t1@.acre S.- #
Cartright, : 4W pvn-'tD
,a theShoal manufactories, which they sell at *, ".I.r;*;. j,t -.onoT'Imat't,,'. he:be placed' ,in<' t'Jl'CkioDTiUe-Ja: 'rt ., .,V1 ru epaY1Da. 'W.f t aaiUa lEULKfS!SuaKEtEneaagt
!AdmxnzstratQ' that Jean'get.J :,, D.-i,'BURLfiBONJiFebruary !
ur.'cturing priced .- : uJ'1bt. ur .Jibtrf.f '. 1 k" ; "
N' -' '; .GJ. st'ln 4 1848. 2m. Feb.i8tht184S, t :T
Iiu'Gla' 19 1848. t 54.4 lnJ 'I
11, l&1s, 3m Jacksonville March 4th, 1848. Ji -' y. >-'- .


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.L prehenionI4hew C. Jubsuks ,'wh4 is March i4I GEORGIA .L4f473&. TMO ?*
11t chaeth1Qe1t1 aling .aud, other crimes .R9nTh te&jb 'Ta 4 ms1PPT8Ji FL2Ufl44LLOW 1y&1dii &1ilr' I

,4 th4v hours, to mtfl. V i *',t It i
Sfflis S
14 is now be] wed tot be in l asf the
ttttioiti'o n4ofthegre4tst .incs1rgi k,sickening or debilitating ] KbTho
its boilers, saw-'bands machinery and
t 01'l *. engine, ,
;I.UV 1.. BndI ul1 mqiincs 4Ct I4 $ 1-c4 l ?
Said Enbanks isj&ljput 36 or 2S of ate f appitr aTJbe inrf igliVy wS la d pptf tqjfeaa
t.. years / whIh8dilhuI1d1thiftr tetUitedAd Tiingin f eyerjisqoy.esed.'r Jilft otmyifnt ntiorf to-4az 1LkANDWjNT,1 wA1w1N: i Jrt flfl 94M AW 4*
irather spare IqngT wIJtise.U141t: ,
;. about six feet fn iteiglt* --,* :ted or sandy ha>r,' ISontb-Eastfrohl>the cotmtjrioiPColffinb1A tteiTowibf{ lOttt Colbmttis lvJtell6SEast ? ( thCIU9t keeinediets,1teradicatesdsea'itifnvigorates should neglect toTentive take it.a t j
Around :
cdmplexiionMr the
d for anTdf Hiewonuntooa
I Iigh or andyand blue eycs-cnnplztius of IAIS ''levied uponfa8 tfeetp op yoffH ekulk' bJJf ftfIPy pa2u1th;I I J iOdyoflk1iiiUoiiIifr4, f 4eItohrhleh.f.iM1e ,

bra f, thdhM'a't ugh that cauIes hoa1seflp3: ash andMerrick 3aes-to, satisfy iattwrluafFierit' '..J' I fIfr .
: Facias issued from Cdlttmbid 'Circuit'Courty.iirfavor
I this .
ne qicaa 4stonlshing -, IrlIX conumptidiiibeodZ1'l 1 **eralyea3s,
!t 'hood pissea himself off as a Cumberland Pros- ofArchibald iDCole/yrAmesjliJ it has
io Cole and George W. Cole, &C. vs. Hcz- succcs ; proved at-,
thPzehhlso professed belong partners, .
!: | f wfi j-as4t'w
d. ekhh Nash : auy< QthcrsfMjedpine'j< r(| l'iCuro ; calculated to i
J to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account 1tingofhIood soreaess in thej chest* I? *iood* *
jery.:I :E' fflttahjinight.iweat8r'aiffi tyqrickeBiflg'ilis adtjTij
,, 1: LsbLtt4
frivbniw. the said 'Etibixnks arrested t '
was near shorL space of TwelveHoufs, it hastneyfrjbcintedioj 4; 'S ->*tjicult. ? iyfetcxttrU Indsed thls ft iicii "* '
'I- Tampa Buy, inEast Florida, for his' xnis inI ALL THAT undivided third of an undivided TI& : \ .or profoseexpecsi'i all the "
t9 c4
he himself for J. EoWrI : fourth of. those two sections pT3 afld: lyiug;sltu-
Uuctf.ndas piss'ed' o's-L'
e:"is/aiharBjiess tkn 'fi,,tasteless, qne, tqt : -ri-U <;etoxati !; :son he was brought1 Montgomery' Hhe atc and being in the county fo'f Columbia,': ast the" 1I'
hich wlt mKe-ittKejnost.popurar ; Uvtfr .Vr.H'Jn; side,&&;! ;!< & *
:Sheriff of Bentou-County, Florida, the Florid&rknown-as,. lot, number fUrerot" fractional. 4J1)1'
upqn !' f 'JT i V H ** < lJ i in thejSou.thern S&tes.. Tjifta.Jc1cino! coi-- qi -0 b aaYeanoM C 1 h
"I itioii iihat Ko :Jese'Roberison Who section" twenty-four township .number-ond, -
>&oppb< was ? ,,tKIM''S*!- >- rCTi. L-.T bu1js *4t' Ur icgabe jnli "
i I.* war charged1 with forgery, and tvhq jn-oke.jiili range number-eleven' contiimmg one hundred- -harmless Vegetall riiaUcr >nlyrt tTa;Planter '. ; ;;j4i.'t JLff 'curkI.: 4t-g t tion, whicttiis.4hs eaaa ofajaosttawS *-1
.;1t M4ifltOfllC .1st sprin but s he pret1 and eighteenacfes; ahdloViiuhiber six, town
; ibis Medicintj.iis a(valuable preparation-as itdureS Pjoha1)ly.thcrQn.eyer was aTomedyihathis.bcjsfi fQr)* uIe weakness and diseT
: not'LeiieJeiie Itbiersoi he s t at liberty: ship and range--Ks above,Containing one hun :all cases nt'ielvcc'boursnd.idoesthPt pasucoessful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OEaTBE HEART

} iddLLWO! i Mv '!rtsQnt&bc1ieteffl m&e his dred and fifty 'tttwj acre's; also all those lot require anytr.time!tb j be lost ; aUi-tbajt irtd'be as this;jit cleansfisiand etrengtheris the -.Jt r II&4NDDRQ .
.,.flca .towvds'&st Florida as his health is such of land in the town of Colunbus, viz.:-lot number $ J.LI
;dpne as,jt& tokp |hejyledicinean; td'go.tp-yorkr system. and,appears to heal the %ulcers on the ZL I tMiEwDg.r :
: -'
aaJ!to- induce him to make his to ,forty-eight,lying,situate and being lt.we'nBroadway
? ) way a. more :'T"o.the Rice Pnteiis. a valuable. Medicine. lun7 a'the jhe! Deay.beeuIicted .
.- Southern i.it. '' .' anU Cy press>.streets, 'and1 between- >-i1i .Jy --' *'- i 'ii-> V i ur j &.
as Jb do4 not.contaiu.. .. any. mercunal.or mineraliin4is .witL'a disease
i f -/TU >, -
jburthau1fifth 3ji "
: ; street frontingon'Broad > ?-- ? > u>
1 : SAMUEL S. SMITH. ? /
preparation.jvhatejer, ;, 5aj3afeMedicine !\\with; aterrib\e.jrupture for.othgreateparE.ofthe
hundred and ten and back to '
: THOMAS XSMITH. one feetj running i>r T y-THft rWi 4. : .T-rryiri .rv?
fo'r !
Cypress street one hundred and fifty feet lot those who' are liaWe4ibexposuije.'Jt.L c.r ,s scaelja.4ay ealut0there.are > ; time.
I ilL J. IfARR1LL. ;
t ,Jbe you, do Bjet me ) totV Xou ooften number;of pif Cbn troubled with shortness breath '
iXOL a, .cases umption.jeported ascuyedbylthe'us'e'pf
: t i fofraha; 18,3847] 'Nov 26 number thirty-fijre, lying and being ibetwecn: tai
,. AlaySept. ivith itdvertiseinents, certicates, &c.It' pr.Tpw en'd/sS parUla ..teri oftbtei
-I-- 1- Pine and streets and between
: Magnolia second
1l ;.t *.; ':". -' ?'Cifcuu.C'ouct.FUJRIDA and third streets, fronting on Pine street thns alra1y V it is< TiefoUowi, g- asrecOTU recciied\ '7. : ,

,e ;t+sTJEN iacuit ,: IN AND FOE one hundred andte.n feet, and running back id an4 the'.greatest: > prior is 7 every.olyis '- ommeMiii D 'the It fee:1Ier, bed.: The rupture '

v ; .:.'; '.: ii qJqY.! Magnolia onelmn3redjaid: ; ; fifty feet;- : LrJ-i' it_ 'to*be-_the*" '' .only,,certain'il.and'* speedy i.RJ.t t ree jeare'Thave'b'een affilctw iffith general and severe. She iIMsgch almost
InCluui c d1Agt4 1.Au rou ha9 debilityand nervous consumption of the last cases jjritfc Iwt little\bene
Hunter'f, 1 ery. Lot number six in thfe present plat of said Town,
V8..I > but comprising iri'th'ebrigiriatplan lot number -clo.is toaS1( your iieighborwnat. hecthinK8 ofLdmny .stage,and did cot expect..(fever gain my health had taken three btIeiin

., ,jEtun.tcrj; ? ') Bill for Divorce.avijog four, lying, onjthe Easternltenk of the Suwan-. iely for 'e r Agiie, aiM, at all TAfter.goihg through lacourseW rifedKine __ i.of
'. been.made to appear to .th s4L- nee river, and.fronting tojVsaid river fifty feet: oL1coursotQjiq cQfly3nted, y t,will try t, atletLst .under theicareJof some of the most distinguished A .heart, and the" i ruptur

: faction pt" the,Court,..that Elijah.Hunger, and running back .one hundred feet; and Lot ; I1op p0. icieisJn7 9ffV9 any 1Jaut ivfl1 regular physicians and members of the, .. .
Above named ithecalI' Dct 'Board.of Health in New Yorfc.andv elsewhere aIsoiadthq drop
4hp1VprcnIautin1ie cause, ,re- number tfjye, be.ingT&sterjPhal ,fiaid lot, ,
: .apiit: .t tfe Stae.pf Flbfida and bypmUKerjurscin fronting on said river twenty-five (eeanLrfln- itt c' henor ttreston, 8 oi myselr,1r1he and spending the:(most
; f th s Court, Qn motion of Washington iing back one hundred feet alsQ.Lot nwiber 1 -. to.regainmy.health and after readingincome he so benafited as sbebad suci
i .. *M. Xvep ;Esq Solicitor,/or .the ; enu bt4r yclvecase aUld if itr doesno cure, ;'paperolyourSarsapariUaJ1 resolved'to of d.seases But it bw,
Eastern v7ii
qornt five: being half of said, lot,-fronting on asstrauige as is i
aiuU4 :k-iid fiver and back >i'* outdlthetwclvo wc! Will A >fnnd lH.\.mUV 1 lUI'paidJfor'itl )- tryit> After:using six.bottles -found itr pear:, relieved Tier of the
twentyrfiye (feet running
; ; '
Jn is 'urderedi/That/ the said $lyali Hunter, one'hundred feetj-pnd Lot, numb/er.isix, front Ypuaye.tose'eJthcMp;; | icineiaken.as'r .. done zno .great good,: and;called to see iyoil'at* thz4'tusstatcment is" so strS' fiffialmostHkVficti6n

.requi Ito appear and answer the coraplainjants on.said'riyerduly-feet, runuing.back one hay'directed.-jl 1J "* cOwing your office ; with your advice Ilkept bnf and doraOst but it is:'nenrffiSabld'

-- bill of complaint, within four months,or a hundred feet, together with all aid'-singular ', the 1heavy.rainsduipg jhe,pt heartilyithank ydU'for your advicii I per ieahty.oniSarsaarila'

; ; Divorce pro cotifesso will be taken against,hun. the buildings said lota. Known in the present summer.and which still continue all ;the,lowlaridVJirewndcr severe in taking the Sarsaparilla havebcen medicine, 'andp-should be id byjetie
Ordered That .water;which'will cause a.great able to attend, to usual labors for the last that is suffering
v And.itjis further a copy f this plat of said town as -number six, with my as we have been, j
lOfderduly certified by the Clerk of this Court, all the appurtenances thereto appertaining, said deal of iliis'disease on the Ilice Pl.iritations: it four monthsnidi, Kope by tnculejssingsof God disbelieve this account," they are at

.. be published: someJSewspaper printed withinvltie buildings comprising a dwelling house forty will be (d'your advantage; to procure,a-certain arid y6ur Sarsaparilla to'confirine"my Shealth.-,. call at.my house/and haye'ocnlardemonatni

Eastern (Sirpuit .ofjFlorida, once a week feet square, two stories high,-a store once QCCUp'ie'd and speedy remedy; you can'do'so'by'applyingto It helped me beyond the expectations of All that Y respectfully; -I
Either *
ofl geiits'dr'Tmyselfi IA.sk for fe i
for four months. my knew case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM <
\e8iisecutively my
.. by'Loud and Sadler on the .lower floor _
__ N
xflo: DOUGLAS Orange EssexCo.N.J.,1Aug.2r 1847.. ;
Judge. with piazzas above, and .below, also a building AGUE. "* "- 0 -
v Clerks Office, -Circuit Court, } 'used as a warehouse fronting the TIVCT, seventy State 0JNe70 Jersey, Esez County, ss.-Chas. YSPEi'AY '
Columbia The'7 Medicine is for sale by the'following Quimby being duly swpW'acccTdingto law on No fluid,or
County. } fivcTeet in length, by tjiirty feet in depth, medidineshnaevpr bccn'dtswffe.
,'*! L, S.TIR.ING SCAEBOEOUGII, Clcrk-of said Court, twelve feet between floors, and out buildings, named gentlemen, who are the only"agents for his.oath saith, that'the ,foregoing statement is ed which so nearly rcwmbles'lhc eutzieiifa

q. Wnerebj certify the above to be a true copy kitchen, smokehouse, stable, &c .Also the the sate of the GREAT SOUTHERN'REMEDY'where' ;. true, according, the' best of his knowledge and orsaliva, decomposing food and strengtlij ,
S : '
r it wiirbe found either at'wholesale retail. '
... .efan1rierduymwieand entered of -Record South-East quarter of North-East. quarter or belief. .. CHAS. QTJLMBY. the organs digestion asj* this jprepar aof
In the above entitled the 25th of Country merchants will make-a handsome pro -1 Sworn arid subscribed to before me at Orange Sarsuparilla. It
cause, on day' section (nineteen,and the SouthrW quarter positively cures everyjcumf
ir4_* ''4' VkAjwItf fit byselling this medicine! !A'liberal' discount !
: the 2d August -1847? ThUS BALDWIN dyspepsia however ''"
) of the North-East quarter,of section nineteen, severe or chronic. \
l, Jt-.jU WITNESS WHEREOF, I ,have. hereunto Township one, Range twelve, South and.JEaptj made: .'to- Planters, &c.. by the, dozen. 'Address'Jr.rff" Justice*. of the*." .Peace. --BANK DEPARTMENT, ALBANY' May.lO.W"

:' set my hand, and caused the seal of containing-.seventy -nine 89-100 acres; Also f Wi.HUMPHREYS// DR. TawKSE i>-.-Sir;. P have been iffig
JL.: S.1. said Court |6 be hereunto annexed, this West half of North-West .quarter, section nineteen -;> Wholesale retailf'dealeriin Drugs" ; TWO CmiS REN SAVED!; for several years witS dispepsia in itt \xt

;-' 35th' liar of October,A. D.'4847.I : Township and Range asabvc,- containing S Medicines,' Chenucals' Perfumery& &e Very few families !iridee din fait we* have form, attended with sourness' of stomacLW

: "- fii SCARBOROUGH, CIerk.I. seventy nine 81-100 acres;-also the South- -- SAV.1'4NA1[, cli. not heart 'of 6her-that%used Dr. TownsendTs of appetite 'extreme heartburn, aiid's ,
---- ?
!Oct. 22, 4m West.quarter of South-East[quarter of section, THE OLD PALMETTO- STATE. Sarsaparilla m time lost any' children the 1iistimmer'Whiletth aversion1 to all kinds'of'food, and .foTjiwh
township and above containing that'did not sickened and ((what I could eat) I have'been unable to ntia
as thirty
A T a Term of the Circuit Court of the East- range A. VOICE -FROM SOUTH AROfdN '3
nine 30-100 acres of the The certificate,we"pcblisH1 below is conclusive but agnail portion onxny stomach. Jtriedth'usuaTremediesfbut
:21 "era Circuit of Florida, held at Ihq CourtHouse seventy--five acres a- The''following is from evidence '
of its fanoth- 'thW
hove lauds being under cultivation Also the SOUTHERNERS my valucj'and Mronly 3ia3 but; fUtiewD
in Jacksonville,on Tuesday;the sixteenth interest of Loud and Sadlerin, rLai bridge J.?8 Water?of Graham-- er instance of its' saving the1 lives of children:' effect in removing the cb'mpla'intV FW1dUC.* !

1 day November, in the year of.our Lord, one .across the Suwanaee RLver.connecting Colunvbia 'jlle&O.V : : DR. TowNSESb-? rfifr.- 'I had'two Children edj about twoiuonth's eto, ryyouzEznct

1 i W&n'd eight Smhdred and forty. seven: ,* and' 'Madison/counties, said,interest being Ir.fl'ZllMm'Humphr fr.T'ij cured by your*Sarsap rilhi of ihe suinmercomplaint' of Sarsaparilbyand I must'suj"withJl&jerea.fidence .
: Present: w. Sir.: llhand .to you the certificate of HivE. C. arid-' f"one
undivided 'dysentery was'only1 15 but
but'estinjated, at on half ; afterjasing nearly two bittSjI
J ?;
The orope
t 'Henotable GEoRGE W. McRAE, Judge. third of said bridgerlesied. a :the'pJEOperty.of -- Watts; in Javor ofxyonr.Reniedy ibr 'Fever:and- months old And the oth'er'S.yea 'They were found my appetite resforedjind theheaunenthely

.. Henry. B fthetl ), John.W. .Lqd. and upon Henry.B.$ Sadler Ague; ;heisman integrity, and.'his iesti-- very much reduced,and we ex jieqted they woiild ('removed,5Jand Iwpuld 'earf1rlco'mmerid -.-.'
'i- ,
u : vg_ J Bill for. Davo ce. junior, by virtue of two executions issued.from mQnyis consequently; undoubted:. die; 'they/were giyenup'by' tvfb' respectable 'theTusS of ii t'ix'those who 11 ,
.. .: Nancy. Bennett j Columbia Circuit Courjt, oti judgment,o"f fdrer ,'.-' 1 Yours respectfully: physicians! When the dot informed Us1 th'at afflicted as I' have been. Yours.&4 '

rtnappeari giio'the satisfaction of the Court closure of mortgage'one in favor.of Robert A. !fHOS. J..S.PARE... we must lose them, :
: : :. tfrpm affidavit "filed, that the Defendant in the Lewis. |Vs., Loud and.Sadler, and one in favor Grahamville, 8. C!, Sept. 18th, 1847. we had'heard 'so much ; but had ., B. P
i(. above entitle *cause rcsidej|. without$ the State ofJosahE. Baisdenj vs Loud:and Sadler. JIr W Humphreys,'JT-, little 'confidence, there being 'much.stuff ad that hide the bottle-corcfiteteJy-rand
Ofj |f loridajanflt.) yond the juriediction of this ALSO, Dear Siiy-This to certify:that.I have used vertised that is worthless: but we are1' very the written signature of S.TOWN8END 7f

c ourL, on motion of said Complainant, by James THAT CERTAIN tract,or,pnrceiofLind. sir -vout.: .Fever and Ague Remedy with'success, I thankful that,we did, for,it undoubtedly saved Principal Office,126 Fulton-st.SunBuildii&

: .. 'iY.'Br/ant, Esqhis; Solicitor, tuated'in Columbia county and know as 'Lo 'obtained a supply of it from Mr.'T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write this that:others.may ,N. .Y.; Reddiag & co. SStatwt; Boston;;Djott

.'- jtf.if Ordered That said Defendant appear number six,of fractionalsection' seven., Townr your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sous., 132 North Second-t. Philadelphia |

i anA answer said Bill of Complaint within four ship seven South Range sixteen Eas 'conta\n- .0.my.daughter 'according to dir ctions, and I JOHN WILSON Jr. -- S. Ilarice, ,druggist,, Baltimore; .Dnrel &talBichmondj

i f iadntKs, or tke same wilVbe taken as confessed ing ninety-seven acresJevicd upon as lie propferi am happy .to state that the disease left her int1e. Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1842..James. P. JL Cohen, -Charleston j-Wj it

i : Iistbci ty of the<5 tate Thomas Halliday; dfeceased| .course of
; I ::4nii isfrther Ordered, That a copy ofthis satisfy a judgment rendered in'the Circuit state of;health indicates' a certain. cure.: Cnmmings, Esq.one of the Assistants 'Pearl- t. Albany -B..Van, uckir292ccf, :

U-i : nfen: duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, court for Alachua and Levy counties, in nivdr : Yours&c, E. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic.Ayslum,BlackwelFs Island,is the Market -,-aritlcBpoad. NewarNJLy

t 4 'be published in some newspaper printed within James Bradley next friend of George \V1Brad. Grixhamville C, Sept.14th, 1847. gentleman spoken of in the following letters principal Drtiggists anj" rckant gtnerpUy

c tho.Ewtern Cycuit of Florida for the space of icy, vs., Bennett Dell.--administrator ni- Acr.LP. = -' SHEUM.ATJSM. .. c .throughput,(he United $ ateWestwiilCza

f four months consecutively.J as A-Ilaaiiday deceasedTHOMA&B..' .- M. CohenMCo,4 Charleston, (1This isonly.one.ofY'more than four,thwaaandcasespfrhenmatismi 4
OscAR HART, Cleric of said Court, do hereby / FJTZPATJlTCKi .S. C/J;' T;J' &.!Earr{ Grahamville, 8. C. ; >V. Aj, that Dr. Townsend? $ar- "-d- ta i ijacksonviUeFI1February

'4 rtifyjttie above be atriiecop'j of the order Januarj.29, 1S48.; : '' &'Sheriff11';- Car3wellfiSarahnalilGau: # A. Mcl aae & Co1 sapanlla: (has cured-The most .revere'.and G, 1848. ly.Z4 ,

1 'aiJiTOdratcred'of record in the'above ehfitled : __ 1iAIiqThs Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell & OillArtitiLconODpeyXno chronic cases are weekly.j.eradieated. by its exitraordinary -- '
canjie W said Court on the date aforesaid. Ori1n Ga.1 L1oisc virtues -.
.: -' ;:r *' -u : t fli4ME.
1 : ; .. -> Ijj 'WiTOEsg WiiEREOfp, I hereunto r,' :. : dajSrangc: Oa:-\">yinter '&pinj'Coluubus, ,it BiacswELijs ISLAND, Sept.14, 147. $ 'C

:. rr aet my hand and affix the 5eal of PRINTSONLY. Gait; VT. JloQf, MariettaOa.T..atrick: BjilimJ; DB,' TOWNSEJJD iDear-Siri .I have-suffered 'TI/fE/ SRsV HOLMES & CO., have rmtrfL

Ie I.J gift court, this twentieth day of Tcnn j w* Kit ln,. Augusta, lGa.'Ji AiSperryi terribly for nine, years,with ,the rheumatism; ..- JL their:stockof; Merchandize, to the&js

!. December, A. D, 1847. ; ; ; .coiinty, Ga.; So'l indii.GoodalllAtlauta considerable ,of thejime I could not eat, sleep building formerly occupied by the United S&td

v ".i OSCAR HART, Clerk. IV6. .56 Cedar Street Ncwr Voiit., ; G rJ; ViUyJi Carr, Jacksohboro,W Ri or,work; .had, thorn distressing pains, and known as the Government Building.; lbtj

:" Dec; 24th, 1847. '4m 1 1 An'der. ., bn,.Dijitonj- ; Gikf.; ; 'A, Biirch'" Hawkins-' my limbs. were terribly swollen.-) I have.usedfqur have added to their stock, by the late,onfall

vi l{} Ga. ;
;: I. ; % Assessor's and Collector's i'4t' ,, Ca Bl ck Creek,.'Fjoriia ;,Light'foot done me more than one thousand dollars worth, Groceries, Hardware, Provisions,, &c ((4 t

l : Notice."jVrOTICE (LATE, LEE & JUDSONy), ( &,Fldnder:?, MaconYP. JarUnI'S4yahhah.j Cun-f .of 'good.-.:I am so much better. Indeed am which they are prepared to sell at redoec!

-. is tereby given to aH persons having Occupy 'ho; spacious FIVE STORY'WAREHOUSE rilngham &,Co.,] ilton, Ga ;,J.H..W. S. Ellis' entirely relieved. You ;are at, libertytduse| .prices. .

.1:! taxable property within the county of No.56A-EDAR STREET,-the WHOLI; VTacohf. C."Williams6ri, Davisb orbj.Ga. ; Wine this for the benefit of the afflicted. 1' -'Tiej1'are now prepared to purchaseCptfi; ,

: [OraiJgethat; die' subscriber will attend to all of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale lodges[ ,r Sandersyille ;, It. T. F.loydj .Micanopyj Yours, respectfully; 'JAMES*GUMM1NGS. 'Hides,'and pthier proauee' f the country.'aj&

:ittturns directed to hInt Address to Enter- oftheSingle: : ,Article of ( Florida ; l?. A. Poullen, ;Jacksonvilie' Florida- ; 'COULDtQ2"W4J", T highest Market rateh;'?antTnako dish adyMW

f-prisi9.'East Florida! PRINTED R. S. Baily, LaurensviUe, S.VC.: ., ; : That T>r: TowrisendV.'Sa saparilla.is the,very on cbnsignmerits to their friends"ir"0x
; 'VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Assessor J CALICO1S.rhefr For sale wholesale und retail by, ; bestlremedj for female (Mmplajnis'there ls and Charlestpn 'drNew Tork: "_* ,
% ;
arid Collector of the county of Orange. present Stock, consists;:of nearly F. A. POULLEN. Agent ibr Jacksonville. no Disputing ; thbusandi'and ihousands. l-'They hayd'a;rlnew: ''article ;of.Wrvu' 'i.'Ploughs .,**'-

February t9, 1S4B.A One TIioiisui 1a.ckatges, .' A libcral'4iseouiit,1y, 'the' do"?en' weak'hrid debilitated*females' that were pros-, to which they would respectfially eft

: "' Embracing gome ..TI10.U8AN.P3otji different, October 8thi'8,47.;; trailed by'those diseases to which'females the attention Planters. ,
-'- NOTICE. patterns and colorings, and comprising every, : subject were 8obnr'in 'the enjoyment; of robust'health. __ Jckd L vi1lN*v.1S' *f'

-SIX' MONTHS after date, shall present my thing.desirable in .the, line, FOREIGN and' .pALAlTKA.iQUSE '" '" ", ''" "" i H --

; accounts arid'vondhers as Executrix of ilie .DOMESTIC. -, ,- ,- : ..- i THE Subscriber,.informs, her. friends.and. -' ;New YOEK Sept. 23, '1847. : FORWARDt&4 ALDRICH,, 1'AT

I ifc ;stale Wnu F.,Murrhee,late 6f Nassau county All of which are offered for.sale, for cash, or, patrora that: sh&haaf opened the a -'Dii. TowNSENihTijp; ? Sir My-wife hast for i E AND. LA.
decekse& to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said satisfactory credit at the LOWEST PRICES aove' establish'inent with view zf ; h. ''-
every .Jo 'ther! | [ ,
: /-V : > A the last yjear ,been: v.ery'.lsick, and in a greatly ,0Th.t; practiin the, sever4L'ort3 una
.l c6"aniyT r a final settlement of paid estate and by the ; jomfort. During-'tb la has had I
? ,suiqmerjSli ; redaced statatof health Jtei 2ieduced by a Enity,iii th Etcrii Circu J4&
1 ihallrt'tl simelime nplyf; r'Letters of.DIsmlsirpjS PIECE pn PACK4OjE.; J. J tier house tlrqroughly.r mled,, and.extra< fire-!; variety orcomplaints such aafemal sareliable; ;Wi A Por i:1:
a uch <:Eiecuirixof-which; all perso New -Stales"are receiye*! til TStJfvery day, places built, sotbatiipwsliejsblot.o offeithem; : to f h gotfojbad a lepgth.thatshe.w.43 jentirelyt -, LEWi 'ALDRLCU ewnnSTiflC. :' i "
II : tmtereBteA- >nlc8aM. estate, are, desired and inrnypftii nt'itre c'ot good and comfpr&bejic| unodaUops..warnint-l lejtoWjilk andwas.as helpless 4 a child '
ift U 2ctfo t't L-? j- j ;
JfARY'I1JRRIIEE'I ; *o giye satisfactipn jt al hivpatronis 'Jier. *
T % -sb.4VWnune ced.singyour.Sasapailla, and
otQbc2t t817 Executrix. tI, Pnnte1 lbts' Conveyances into the ; k '
t coiintryccaube<)btainefl '
lpwpff emniediitely
i W J>egan?| iregaintn; strength,
day tojday;.with every variatipa ipic market, J1re *& ** .* *& Mniua$: after1takingseve- ; : jackst.nmlLe.'Fla

4a ADMIWISTKATOK'S < Ia1atka, Dec. 10, 1847. 3t. ,,a'. If '
_ NOTICE ;ri1 bottIe w .restoredit Being singular WILL attend to any business entru3ttG4
TVTOTJCB 18 ERBYGWEN, that adminisjni0 Miantill Jbe b'lA'jrf JOJTO.some jtdea f, iiE: ca thought Hmight.do goodto: publishit.rrw -

rP-e fi on>tbei estate ofJEh aM. Crichoo. the extent aad variety'eur assortment, when SOUT11ERNft UiF : vUedi flRn3b.eriQf remedies that done her
FIMthY4 f4y f$?
: r ted Chft lSth'Juue, 1847 by-the we statfj Jthat: : tEe value of our usual stock of IN AtD jOR Til OUN'rY OF ThLttBbR4ncyPh7 iio'good,previously.?t'''t>IfQWff respefitftjllyJOHN
:r Jti4e'ctPiapteq.'for h'e county pfDuyiil, State tSfl4tAitTiCt1igat least twice the value of u :' : MULLEN, 87-Jorfolk }

of Florita. All persons, therefore, fcavingckimsTogakut'Eala the entir 'tock of dry, goods usually.kept byo.urlargest GW'RBilf .it ;t
I esUty wjll present them,Jo wholesale jobbei This fac together Se-B for Divorce.1119Court Vt c fI -

;::1 the sufcscrAer, withi4 tame, -- by 1aw,, withjth act thatjourj eaps and our' T 'Jacksuiilk.
iaving.bennac1eto to the .satIitafo'h'o
k .- hicz) s 'wq iears date o adnnmstra- .attention j instead of being diiMe ingavat: -L thWConb appear daVrtfthe'aIoyenmecj ;

: 1 1 and' tiywe indebted rigtjoticles, arp.devo eiriu.rendsr.thej o1j defen4ait reside qjit of sand fo 1ieipiepnsumuop an44tQ : "

_ sr : &.bi qtjIrI 1aApayn nt to- 4 advantoges which: wto P16rr L cftist&n4no.tnhitt 'Tjthvsc: Ii.tETzi-;
:; iuit;; 'r4 eakrs perfectly(obyiqus. ui Iit haUoir ,. .
1. : qRIcIiioN, careJiat. ; __f's. ri .. .... ;i.fiat- -: '.. r ,rIt oherpt. ce, TTaENS%
4-. ; : -c.Administrator*, nonewhqvis i -Sf IT I'i 'S t' *4 '
I is THEkEFOREonfiotibn.of"Jatnfes.TT
1F : : 1 lanmuy 25 th, .1848. -, 2maving ,- OuXL meet.with any. lS3TMOintment.r 6olicitort'fOT aa laniCnjbkEthat } of thSttfnecticut
-a i nt .
isgmil ( -! ti- a within and for the Stat&oIPIfl .
p r -&q.j the.said 3&mfy KBpfi fSttKg to in-
,r i. -4 I' c ..,..Ni.1CE. t lie afiiW ig
} fan ;- '1-' ii -,
: 4 claims against.the.es6m } ; tJi fit1 !
conipl1nt herein filed within 'mont'hsVofa
four all
i- LqrI L LO5S !Lc ieseij artuert '
3't D' under
at beEi
r pfZeV rewster fro once
: ,; iWhic.hj.cp nqdjibusineMf '

% twe,presribed by1a tor Lhehhcv in conne'ctiqn witht this OMcr (JUly,certiec bl 'C1e13ijsJii nerv lesz1esslbftbetf n2hlfra 1e,1YNCh x the WiU in the seversi Courts o#
i 1Messrsl'iLeef& b 1&1 '
: uLt ui -
pts Jacksonville-P. Nov. 26, 1847. "
4 -' within the $tate ofFlorid .ona jriA3ea1lf2qIelinngifre ,
; 4sU84N VFOUDdw'x. ,ttpffeJi&j4Wtb.! fawqrpijfrfm w to, 1'JThiLadi- toexhibitcert: of cure* '

j ,.QsiwA TFPOBD, A&utr.F .. ,, which,* formerlyrj stM M afflicted thai ,
LtV1I4tEI Sdjfo4 butmeiOsri'issuieltHe -
: 847; t i Iguishedithe."ptprtp.hises 'to which he be :'4I hiznr1r dt j Sei bi e i TO.EZAD; .co1fl4s-fLQR 4Zi'r'dLitd.
L ? longedjj31/ /Jin9 25 1847.
iL $ / ] ly RZFZ72frXti
I otherebyzftlabote.to :
; Adtataifrtrators :7f 'r*< 'jiaGte/>*y
LL PERSONS-ni&Sag demands against'thekteT6fOranB rea e copy of tressed byl3reaknes9iind.-senejai ebiHtjf and '- J-11t h everal'Cdurt e IhIsnrrneewith

3 : &rS r.deceasedwnniahd an record in suffering continnfcHy b 'painlimd mm 'Other
tiC 1 J rrIf-1l.)1 It. theib # it ? a. whidr
them tattonW- *""* ? ) iise, the t1th dof' your promt1t
; fncilieinedfaE tgreat tmirisp n : esflrtteVi '
FE4111 trm& f 're ; ton, S. C. IiTiREcii: have here- hearingitwcommendedforjincfccases as have ORIUifUkviiGest3blishet1
\ ..TT* <> -. i r. r n* ? n i/. /i.v *eJ'tb'pucsotr : zczEsoyUep r: : 'L r44'i described/ul obtained bottle cf jour Extract holfaFtl's
i; ; g1aMyc,1J 4cDpu14k%: cly M. 'O1ce thIs of SarsaplriUaianA followed:the mrectidns you
L: W '. A4 TQROLME i : i ,
F'uF3Wi g.jka4eatoutriA?:
; 4th o Uth.day ofLDembrA.D J17S gave Uieplanf. Inaflhbrt periodit oiCvve r If ) ; .. .fidrstored her to :health. .-Being -

r t mrille/Jwwy i >* ;?, 1848. 21n FYfl9JS4 S Diho4184rI rtfuJ2Oijt benefits she received, I take November19,

; lic > ;f jf" ;. "! 03Jt3- ? S"> i gv- iti' itiij.uA .i t 4 *i' '

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