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 18, 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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. 11fbeti'I%I I Mary Moore VTS. : ,h{THS SKSATE,or ,THB USITED STATESFKB*Lr'I ir1ect' totbe mo-j1 ropettyJtwas in ?.., .,?-: ;'tnns acquired f.1.nor<'::* ydpa1egiiletioiireiuaini. IF l
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ofcandidatts for othce. Henry Moor ) On M $ ated and .justice requires that their jequalilV, !. -S.tietid'i'ghti'0-f he-
..oa Il quate;for SIX Months : I soNotice 00 TT having been made satisfactorily V to appear t) : States ifl Territory:' .uj' I. should be regarded in the wholejidministration .sovereign or which abridge. or b&rrssa' new'm

to Debtors .nd Creditar ofAditlnistration I 10 5 00 00"HI JL l>y affidavit that Henry"Moore, the, 'defendant '.t x *>*?,* .,';,irF i' it-- I : of.the ederaliutbority. Ktthe :States, raito i.L tic.tfthjnse'of!'JWI L!. ". %UlShlOn'-.a.' i1
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tinn for LeUes- I named 'the .ICONCLtTDED FROM, OUR. L&ST.3Ikwmbe '" be regarded as equals then what'the nature1 would* ? f
rr1i be nsened C.tul In above entitled cause,.resides ; -/ ;T'' 4i *eV> t sama au- bcaed3n'extinguishedhe an'rregMiti6nwhichr confix & :
:rrAU rellg1 U'' Ueel : beyond, the jurisdiction'of this Court, out of I obSened' thai I speak'pr the prohiblUon I thor lrntte1, p/14pr8a1S'With") -neei:'to inde-1 plV..pcty ofsenci ;".w.,. .

*'#?. admissible personal eommumcaUons willbbf4tgrrd this State, and in the State'of New York therefore 'slavery in: the'territ6riesasah'< exclusion ; pendent States, well ppKes to'theif reiatforisf .of. the new'roviercignily who':e upoa.. the, tor"ntp h k ;
All a*advertsme. on'motion of Gregory. Yale, Esq..,'Solicitor of the'citizens(the slaveholding States "None can iiaturally layvcUim tn any.wpt'rio ,.:.;to"enjoyjipf ng htjIle. \"116 rights'ofno d ..I\., .
Ja/.Il bills for Job Printing,mart be paid on the for said complainant .. 't needs no argument to showy thatth occuwition -' c prerogative,for4'kateT ,.pntileg>sany: ,pne; -ro ftheinbabfts tIuiiii..sredbt to '!.:,Y, ,
flire.01 t the work.r t&pjcags It it Ordered] ,That tKe':said defendant' V appear of' the temtory.ia: made.tp depend uponiconditipn 'oftlieiu ds.fiomfreedomji1 ereigity lawW thVold. "" ,2.' Jmafnln'forc (t. ".
AU eomrnqntea .. mist be addressed and answer the bUr r complaint of 'said,complainant which involves' a total change in C'f.qt 1tf'derive the'n&tIin iII V wbicB:nU..1.lL.J..1'1gt.en\U1J' offJtd1r .i" ,
I1.1.J k. IbzUIlD. paiL within four'months, or the same win he'habits and'capital of a citizen,"and'a'disrupttion fsame source.":.> -.; i 'b t-';r. 1'10 \.'':C pro i :&r"m t"\h i ti-i '. 1f.:
S in the'form of his 'domestic community the (dt. illustratlon" : en i, m. J.lt
be taken as co fess aeainst him. : ; wtf7niay.lorrow from tiie 1d T ft. th ,i
W&JT V.M.111. 81..Paeket Line And it Ts further'-Ordered, That copy of this V exclusion ,is,..to.allLintentscomplete,-'just ail omn>cmproper7< $ 'use" # 1" < .. f ...',' k.1, t. ;.! ".t'l S1gig f.
pA1 Order duly certified by the Clerk'of this Court much so as,if the.citizens: of a part of the-States among,indiv4doals. it wiU.be :dmitteby all .lt .-'L-.r..t".tJ4 wa.um t.1It'ttonSWC.-c. g L.1t'1o recehlJ' tl.-\Xt jO .
: ; forbidden.to iHeiFwivelL th fliat while an :t.Ioijit onmua"bound': ': tfh biniWAt1t )
!i TWEN- 1 published in some newspjiper,. wlihih' .were carry elr. 'c, U-.* tp .l. ._eel _
dren ind }eff wealth: c x" t. ? -' equal contribution :ill r alike*entifled to MtDlIm. -.t. -4 .r
the Eastern Circiife df Florrokj once week eon ; so terHtor/Bahain 4. 'OWIetI" FLA. secutively fourtnonths.. .. =_ If Congress, in its discretion, "opens territory eqnaladTaatagesinits-ne. % the5 subject Iwbuld,' aWr*pprehen SAVANNAH & PALATKA, Till f. DOUGLAS, Judge. to settlement, it is necessarily andof right open '* I:need J not-e targe' on'thV'importancie' with the *whole theory ofsovereigty.niJrJs. : t l;

BY TUB WAT OF I, OSCAR HABTJ; Clerk of said Court dorhere-. in.equal degree to all.the citizens of the several justice.inJtheiwnduct; ;of/governinentsj 'It.f is diction//9 f\7 S *.)v ". tri..
JJJtlEN BRUNSWICK ST. CREEK LARY.Sho.JACKO'LL' AND? by certify the above to'be a correct copy of an States. If the citize of one State go upon the -o'p ; ciey,pn&'itbout ",it.order. ; 2.:1t"is: raider and,byauthpnty[ of the'' Con'stitutipn"that t.; ,
BLACK order made and entered of record'in the above it and enjoy its uSe-so may,rightfully;'the"citizens and allthether. VIrtues ,Qr social and POlitical !Cbngres h'Plds1 the1 jurisdictioni i '"
PJCOLAT.\ FHJK.IPA. '. entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day.of of every other State ofthe Union ; for otherwise tire'w u c1 io i'd piit: i.I'obser'vnce is nif and exercises'the govvrnmcnt'pr territories be ,II

In connection with the Charleston Daily Mail February A. D. 1848. : the .tenure of,t States. would.be,une important even with nations than individuals, longing to the United States: This'jurisdiction f; .
Steam-pa.ckets&t Savannah,the steamer SARAH ,: IN WITNESS "\VHEREOF. I hereunto set q a1. The right to go upon territory involves and above:all'should lit be attribute of associate and:authority flre"n esarUyxelutivej as _

SMLDDf from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the [L. S.J] my hand and affix die seal of' said the right to 'carry family and property; for, and confederate- nations,or.united States. have heretofore showni:*: .*n .AL: <: ,t,.V R\it-t
Picolata to St. '
(1.S. Mail Stages from Augus- Court. OSCAR HART Clerk." these, if I may .so speak. are ar part of every No voluntary a ion.can. 0 endure which. Now then, the ancientlaws-T municipal ,cr *-4 1i
tin t and from Black Creek, via N Newnansville February 19 1848. 4m man's political or civil entity; If his going rs not ruled justice! -' -- otherf; canpnlyrroiain,.in force, ia.,newly. xx J
.Alligator. Mineral Springs and Columbus, to upon the territory is legal, he does not lose his 'Before proceeding to another p illt in the ftrpument quired territory,.by; virtue f an.expressed or I

Tal1awsee.OCArlULGEE. NOTICE.BY title to protected in his natural rights of personal I will notice, in passing, an objectionthat presumed assent Congress;but no suchmaentcan l n,
Capt. P. McNELTY. ORDER of the Court Probate of Nassau security, liberty and"property;, and inasmuch may be hastily made by some. to the absolute be presumed in regard to laws which re Incompatible J"
ST. MATTHEWS, N.KING.WM. county will be sold at the plantationof as the Federal Government has become dependence have'shown to,exist on the with the rights of, the -people of the ;r..l1
GASTON, U J. HEBCAED. the estate of John W. DuBose on Thursdaythe the agent or.trustee of the people of 'his State part>fthe inhabitants.ofateJfitory.: towards States.of,the Union under the.Constitution j fpr g.!
These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAYand second day of May next the following two in the government of the territory, it is'bound its sovereign. ,It maybe supposed that I regard Congress is ,t\hCfe&turek.othe. p1e cfthcr ;
MOMISG, at 10 o'clock, and arrive negroesAffy,about 27 years old and her daughter to afford him the needful tioll. .1'
SATURDAY prote The for- inhabitants of.our Territories to be merely 'vassals several $States and the.Constitution is.the rule V'
I at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go Mary Ann, ten years old. cible manumission of his slav would be a 'violation or subjects. By no means. 'Ieonsider that of action they.have prescribed.to.it, ,;' I }
through to St Augustine before night every C. W. DUBOSE.M. of his right of property, which,being con the citizen of a State of the Union,who goes upon We are now prepared, for the more distinct V "V

Thursday and Monday. K. DUBOSE, trary to the duty of Congress, could'not be legally territory belonging to the, United .States inquiry whether, because,.slavery..was abolished 'I '
Returning, leave Polatka every TOFWAT and Administrators.March enacted, and being contrary to the right goes'there as a citizen' of the State of which he by an ancient edict among the inhabitants {t./J
Fr.IDMoixlSI at 7 o'clock,touching as above 4th, 1848. 2mTYPEFOUNDRY of the citizen, shoul-l be actively prevent is a'member, and does" not"'lose that relation this territory newly acquired,by the United States. ; 'j
each -ay. ---' It will'be -answer to tell me. that1'what is 'State while resident the ''territory nor that edict would continue its operationaffect 'so as to : .

They arc all km pressure boats: in complete property in one State or community is not necessarily until ie becomes member of anew Stajeby the tenure of one'the'people .ot. ,the U i 1'
order, and handsomely furnished in every respect 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. so in another. That continues to be the organization of the inhabitants of,the.terri States,carrying! his slave upon ik ." '.1\ :1
; are commanded by gentlemen of well THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun property, in territory of the United States, tory" into a' soverign community' under the V ..I readily------------SS, g by 4,the chaageof r f
known experience on the route and their patrons and will continue the business lately which is recognized as property in the State of sanction of the ''United States.It is in that jurisdiction,the force*:-pf the. ancient edict t % '
are assured that every attention will be conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto the Union from which the citizen brings it.- character that he continues to be entitled to the would' cease, slaves onC.emacitedby'itaOperation. -i

psid to the safety and comfort of passengers, all orders they may receive with punctualityand The trustee of the Statesis as mnch the agentof guardianship of .his State,',and the protection :,would:"not;;bo remitted to> slaveryj,for ; .
and to the careful handling of freight. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by one State as anothe, and is bound to rever- or.the United States,in all hjs just rights,including this would be'only extinguishing one.Uwcbf the f5: .
AGENTS: them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnish ence and regard the institutions'of each. The 'those of property. 'As regards inhabitants lapsed.sovereignty Jo revive'an older pna,which "1 .
Broob& Tupper, Savannah. all kinds of.Printers' Materials, of the best qual- tenure by which property in slaves is held whose allegiance acquired with the territory, had recognized the slave as prbpertyl: I'b'e iD- l.f'7
jULDeLorme, Darien. ity. Mr.'J.A. T. Overend is still employed in I must be treated by the Federal.Government as it may be more difficult to define their precise habitants; whether black or white, freemenoreirrespectiverelation

Friedlander, Brunswick. superintending the manufacturing department. a rightful tenure and be protected as property; relation.. Let it suffice, that I, for one .am Ton141ifr ni *
John Besent.' '- St. Marys. Proprietors of newspapers, who have not ad. so long as it is permitted by a State of the.Uni averse to any acquisitions which -bringwith and: social cpndition aa existing at the'mdinent t >t
Fernandez & Bisbee, Jacksonville vertised for the subscribers, who may publish on. This is not the ',Government of the peOple. them any large body, of inhabitants not prepared ofjtransfcrJ so|far'fls'miibt'b compatible'1rittiR.i
I J.Coy, Black Creek. I, this notice for three months will be entitled to of New York any more than the people of Vir- for,early:organization, into sovereign com the gen'erai'fundamental "ill'ri laws of this C" 1

Geo.Cooley, Pculata.] receive pay in type, on purchasing five times ginia. It is upon this principle tnat. the Con- munities. ,.. u.'.states.fr; : ;r\ ; -. tJirr..
. lit Reid Palatka. the amount of their bill for advertising stitution authorizes the recaption.,of 'fugitives, ""'Mr.'DicRiKsox Ifvth'e. Senator 'pl as\; I'de.- ":On. Hhe iilCr4iiidj. itTToust' be conceded..byeverjr .
z.Lefitte & Co.; Charleston. Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts. .. and that the Federal Government'has ,always sir' to.ascertain-his: views more :fully' by propounding -pne.- tKat no,mum" ffj'11awcOuIdma1n ; 'hc R._ .i1

I X.B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded per Ib. .' claimed indemnity for injuries done by foreign one.or.two questions. t. in force whidi\ ."diminislTthe'sovereign authority :,'
1 free of commission. Freight from Sa- p- The Type with which the "NEWS! is nations to the slave' property of citizens of the itMrYuLEE. Certainly., ,brjembamss'the: 'use of the;territory"to* if ,,
Bvatmah and Charleston, and all way freight ,1 printed, was cast-at this establishment United States The"Federal agency 'was'crea- MI-.,DICK NS N. Firei. R Suppose t..r nadI its new oiii : This std i to admit a denial. .- '

1 parable by shippers. WHITING & TAYLOR, too as much by' the. people of the southern should be annexed to the'U ited States without .- c a .
September 17, lh-17. tf Successors to Robert Taylor StateS 'for the protection and benefit of'th' m. any change in.hcr.lilrs';'.ouldtbe institutionof 'J-Npw"':lettis enpetht: that'thrStates', of ; ;

February 19, 1848. 3m selves and their property, as it..was. by the'people slav ry. xist there !without legislation?.' tv this'Unidn'were all separat&'and.'that'.TexiSj. & r.. ;
IN. CIRCUIT CQVUT.EkstE .. .' 1 of the northern States. It isl thetGovernJment Mr. YULEE. If Canada was acquired te -,V an independent eonmnxnityViW'N J** red..ue?ttrri. ,
e : LX CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY OFST. 1 1 DISSOLUTION.JVTOTICE of the whole, because it, is the Govern ritory, any citizen of a State of this Union could rof.rien"w* F'y bcconieair'ffhe .rit
Jon s: IN CHANCERY. is hereby given that under and by ment of each of the States, and not the Govern go'upon it with his family and propertyslavesas domainof Texas.' 'Could7any1aremant; in. i Iti l"' ''
, The Southern Life lu- ] I J_1 virtue of the articles of Copartnership. ment of each.because it is the Government of wen'as"other;and would be entitled to-reside force in the new territory/afterif'Tfas covered t
t, surance & Trust Compa-J tered into by James B. Cole, Darlin C. Prescott, the whole. Each adopted it by itself and for there, securely, under.'the guarantees of the by the jurisdiction of Texas,which was contrary -' R \,
,) ny to use Arthur M. } Bill to Foreclose. j and Benjamin Wilson', under the firm of Cole, itself. Hence, in their federative character, Constitution while it continued to be a part of to her established laws'jpf property.! Could: 1
. Heed, f Prescott & Co.. on the 19th of August, 1847,the slavery is a legal institution of the people of the the territory belonging to the'United-States.Mr. the Texan community, own ss they would' Ube ri
" vs.Augutns | said firm ds dissolved by the consent of tbte undersigned United States; and it follows,as a c consequence, :DICKINSON. One further question.- Can ,. .rthre territory, be excluded from its use bjr* 1

1 Poujuud. j constituting a majority the said that, upon federative territory, property in Congress, or any other legislative body exercise anyfprevious ordinance of its'1antaehtsovereign t f
r, having been made to appear to the satisfaction firm. James B. Cole alone is authorized to settle slaves is a legal tenure. V any>authority or control over the subject, so h boliihi g skveryi: 'Every'on r'iHll'respond. j.: f:
IT of the Court by Affidavit that the I I up the affairs, and to receive all debts due If the United States cannot rightfully so discriminate long as the territory_ (remains Territory to this assuredly, not Now| add,*to* :
r Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed I I to the late firm. JAS. B. COLE as to exclude a citizen of one of the ? .- thepe op1ofTex. tho8e'ottIie.otJierrourtee II i ...
1 in the above entitled cause rides out of the D. C. PRESCOTT, States with Ms slaves from territory of the Mr. YCI.TEE. Neither Congress nor any other slaveholdixlg States'as'united purchasenTwithi t :
State of Florida and out of the United States, Garey's Ferry, Feb. 7, 1848. United States, nor destroy nor 'disturb his j legislative body would"have 'any authority her: would not thc"fesultb f the Mine f; 'Add,' ,fi II
and in Cuba. one of the West India Islands and .53. The undersigned will hereafter continue rightful property in them, neither can.it indirectly pass a law by which the' property of citizen; then,'the people'of the fifteen northern Stat"&f ,t.'t
beyond jurisdiction of this Court. Therefore. the business on his own account, and all persons do so, either delegating such authority V goingnightfally[ upon such:territory; could be would their accession' 'joint' :ownenialter h8 .j.jjnst f. '.
Ou motion of 0. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor lorH I indebted to the late firm of Cole, Prescott & Co. to an agent; for the'act of the agent'is that:of :divested-no matter whether ch 'property" j nightstothe" others.f ..'ITho the Go'rern It ttr.;
tl6 Complainant.It will make immediate payment, and those having principal: nor by cquescenctina5iisnrpedauthority ,consisted in slaves or anything1 else. ;But Congress men, :V r !A V:**.;States, may'*SW,considered (a' 4
t is Ordered, That the said: Augustus PotijiuJ demands, when due, will present them. over the subject by its agent ; fpr acquiescence would be bound," by: fts fufy-as the come Girnii'eitfand,: for the-Nbrthi not* of.and'forthewholepebpleoftheTJnioiL" a : !.
JAS. B. when there is to prevent is of the of the StAtes" of the' "l ''
and others be required to appear and an- Feb 19 5t power mon agent people 14-
J nrtr said Bill of Complaint within six months, I adoption. Bur, on the .contrary, the' United ;Union, to'pass all laws necessary to'protect him S AgaintTlieinVMe4co Cathoic!.l'eu'I.L..t.1OD ISesLao.Ui1lt I: 14'" '\
I or the same will be taken as onfessed against NOTICE. States Government bound, by an active,.exertion in the undisturbed tenure. of such his proper ."and PrVtestantisnJT concluded by; 1) .
Hm. I PERSONS having an interest in the manage of its authority, to protect and maintain ty. V V law:1ronldthat law eryTCgulatibn'reniaiir; ia I
3 II further Ordered..That a copy of this Order, direction of the administration the'rights of all citizens' legally inhabiting! a I propose now to,consider whether the circumstances force in territory"Hr may'at Vriyltimeta&ulrerfrom J
1 dilly certified by the Clerk ofthis Court, be published upon the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued territory; for the exercise jurisdiction'having that there are inhabitants living up, i Mexico '1"Certainly:motjJfop Congress : J*
1 in some newspaper printed within the I out before the Hon.Judge Probate for Colum- been confided to the General Government, :territory at'the date of,its acquisition,can- being restrained by the'Constitution.from m- i '
1 Eastern Circuit Florida, once a mouth consecutive -I bia county, Florida,will please take notice that no other power can interfere for the purposes- alter the results of my preceding argument as king any law inconsistent rith Hhefreeiex- ". '
!v for six months. I the subscriber administrator upon such estate There is no legitimate authority within the to the rights of the people of the United t ,\ ercise":religion,u'S'jurisdiction of th9United 1
" fSfgned.1] TI I OS. DOUG LAS. Judge. under the provisions of an act of the Legislature limits of the territory except as derived'from, with respect to its enjoyment. ,. j -State* attached;'?alL'laws creating disW:; ;
e 1,PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, I Florida, entitled "An act to provide for the:United States; and constituted, as Congress -Is.the i territory acquired l y, conquest orpur-, 'criminations between cit different religions -- '
.s h do hereby certify the above to be a true copy the re-establishment of the Records for the is,the trustee in possession,* it must' guarantythe chase any the less.a. 'common property of the'UStatesbecaueOthere ,. would. vi once ie pWhy1*'Because': I.
of an Order, duly made and entered of record county of Columbia, and for other purposes," just rights of all, interested;and can only. ir 'i habitants -of a'for ,such biws would.be contrary to a::fandimentalprindple'of t f
a the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth approved January 6th, 847, will avail himself fulfil this obligation of guaranty by an active eign'origin upon it? Certainly not;as all must: thft federative coobpact. ,iAnd deaivjiy 1i
n day of August, A.D. 1847. of the privileges therein specified, for the pur- suppression whatever may threaten injury concede.: Then surely itmust be,subject.to?\[; for thmerean! ,V all lairs which would ff'
P. B DUMAS, pose of instituting copies in substance of all papers to those rights. If, then a citizen of a State :the rules which apply to a commqn property. as, create inequality of discrimiitttidri between V : '
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. belonging to the aforesaid administration.Can has right to go upon the territory with his between the owners. "' citizens of,the UniteState inanothenfotilityofnightsin.-
Aug.27. lamflim be found now on file in the Clerk's office of slave, the United States is bound to.guaranty. I 'Do' the inhabitants foreign'origiri'UTing: pect,t:wouid expire;{ J I"1\,
said county papers and instruments of writing to him the security of such his property against upon'such territory possess inherently:any'larger the citizens"of the'Union W in 1ikem'iiner a. 1 !i1
-- --- purporting to be substantial copies orcounter-, interference ,while within the'limits of the rights than the free citizens.of;the Upstates. >fundamental i prinicfde;of.iae;federative cool-; '

LIT OF LETTERS.REMAKING parts of administrator's bond, letters of administration territory; and to prohibit by its mandates, d, who go upon it? ,The answer,must Jbe, no; ,for pact. But ifthe doctrine'that U1L: municipal.;
in the Post Office at Jackson and inventory and appraisement, &&, prevent by the public force/ any such interfer' if the right of the ,sovereIgn to 'goverh'ih hIS laws remaiflcd in force nn repealed:wasT'< r-v? t.
I'a if not taken out within three which were destroyed by fire on the first day ence from anyquarter. V territory is absolute, ,is absolute iDs respects .rec ;-th'e Mexican .restriction. :upoa the_freedom; : if
months will) be sent to the dead letter office at of November, 1846 This notice given betterto But aside of all.other arguments, .the general all persons who.live upon without regardto: of'religion"would, continue?ip'ermanentlyTia: tt
Iabgtou.1krews enable the administrator to enforce his application principles of right'are' sufficient to the resolu-' origin. There can be no power jurisdiction ,force; for Congress could not repeal it,'beiiiyprohibited f. i : 1i

I'I A lU before the proper tribunal for a discharge tion of the question. in the territory'&'nation--independent its ;by tbefCtonstitutibnnfremniaking. .

,W_.S McNeil!; Chas. J 3Acker upon final settlement. The States'are united as equals, and thecitk. sovereignty v ? ,'. : .\ -a$ :1 l' ,any law respecting establisiiaektfof: -->- f C'i1'gion
Jas.: McNeill, Mrs. Martha .SHUBAL,BURNS. zens of the United States''are associated 'as e-' ,But let us consider the,subject.nrst with reference !: Andon the supposition: that the'SeDap.f..
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Alexander, Achd. Moutfort, Ward & Co. 2 By JAS. S. JONES, Agent qua]. From this it follows,.that both as States\ to the laws and*custom of nations, Jiii'next torwa. 'cctnectin7hiff opinion,:that the inhabi .ltants j!"
B Moody, Baron Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. "3m and as citizens,equality in 'advantages as with'reference-to the c IiStitittioIi'or't'b'e' of the territory.possessed Uie light oflegislaticn. -,.
Barnham, Bcnj. McQueen Ann 2Bailey well as burdens of the. common property : to UStatesGoyeznmentw: '**? .0W! sf 'f,1'1! 'It Jwdnld-Jtw?ont_ : ui i force?ft8 \l

,Capt 1,' McQueen,, Jane 8TATEOFFLORIDAZMONROE observed. _.* 1.1,."Upo ..the.conquest,1pircbasqofternit..' long as the population .'; e terris;; 1 ili'}
Bowden. Uriah Martin, J COUNTY. In all civil societies)'**apact (t use the words' ry,the sovereignty ,jurisdiction of t c nn-' teiy maintained,th..ascen cy .. ,tHerestricdon i I iJ (
Briggs, Redden NC'0ffetJoshua Benjamin Megin, 1 'of Puffend .'Book I, ChSV9)' either'ex- tion losing the territoryceas Jand that 1'Gtbti might'beicontinuedi.event atter' heestablishment *'t
C 'pressly; or at:jet tacltlyl.'innde .betweenthe' acquiring power:simultaneously'inie.' 'iCi. ofi State;O erniaeatj-f or. theu i Im

NeaL Henry Thomas Tvsl'Phil..Ip. j;I- In' Chancery.S 'society and members, by'which'the society .viUawsallrults: ifor the governme ti0r;jeoa-!; State wcmldha'Tt the right to create a religious: ; a 1

Ca.thenrood, Samt C 0 Sawyer,and James Filor. J < 'engageth to give!him just share and propor-- duct ofcivUscicieties,:iave force, a s,1wson.. e tablishmeB6t.aaclfin "eD'ofOnnincorpo.gUd ;v J
Caulk 11iss L A. Oak Calvin T appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas 'tion of the goods whlch-it-enjoys'aaa-commoD' :ly because they express the sovereign and sup ted IoMexcop
D. ,P I Taylor and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the 'body,:.and the member promiseth,that.he'will rmewil1oftbe",', State.r.,<,)oijher8oyereigntycease i w dl.Jb'theco : .-! II" '
DecoUel,1Irs E A 2 Pollard Jacob 0 bill filed in the above cause;reside out of the 'bear his proper and equal part:of those"burdens -' wm'bei ing no lorige:supreine the : Jll1lilrhewl; tW Lhave treated;lawrrocognizingrra "
DiIlo D faae H 3 Porter ,Joseph'Di7' State of Florida and that the said Thomas Taylor ,:which conduce to preservation of the laws which emanated from It iiecessarfly''ceaseof abolithiBg property1 in'slaves U'. I
- beta W fa. Pond Erasmus, A 2 resides in Europe, and that the;said Philip ,'society. consKleredassuch."' / (1 t. / their force' .Upon the withdrawal?therefore municipal, limply. It may well ,b doubted fttiB

" ; J& Penny, Eev.'John Sawyer resides in the State Mississippi, Vatt4p.,1lOspeaking( ) of rcommon property 'of. the authorityof former avereign, t I whetheinu4a any? ysteniloftledto Govertunent,
G R, to, is Ordered, That said defendants appear ;describes it as being!common'to all thecitisens preexisting.inBtitutions and 'W sJanly.ex 7i a.-of the'mcwDdclhtel dacript"n.fr theirdeep bethi* c {I
. ..ToplearQ61 and 'answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be ;. who,take.advantage of.it, each according'to pire; for'tIN'fotl iD"wc1i,; ertbemiT1O1 ci1ot :
n.l..farI.Fulton Eliza Reynolds Francis, taken confesso. his necessities, or according to the;laws ,and vitality is cut'off;: i ..tJ.ir"tF .t41V ; -be regarded/asrfuadamieatal. ;iJrt.h :
; Richard : pro
,, yAffty JamesSawyer It, is furthEr;Ordere4 That acopy of this,Or. ['which regulate their.use"And, after stating t .To render proposition more plain,.I,will- andappropriatdy. perUiniBg. to.the. cl s.-. 1iW "
Richardson: .
, ''der be published income newspr.pri d in that "the same roles bold good? as to corporate preetit In,hersiorm.AfjTheiaws; : qfidiin a nation Ofp01111aWS *. .. yv. $,* :?" -s3Erc, '
llofloa S Chas.WSpringer :the Eastern; Circuit of Florida; once a:month Twpartyiwtth;'espeict .tothe;members of,the! ,; ;d to thelimits'of) ".its. territorial.jurisdieti .But., with Tefcrpata ti>Lonr.jgTttfm.ftf Oorprnment -' .:1d
.. ptR2 :for nine months in reference'to the said Thomas' corporation, and,to,: public property witlirespect -: mvtv:WheW ittion m"WitJi the-j ii i it' I am J hi st leai1 'beina
bLtt' "
. 'ir /OShu Georgia , &John W 1 Taylor and once a week for four months in'irerererice ,to.thewhole; nation.,says (p:1143)) ; any tOl
IlaiWa 118eYll1Ore ScottjJohn SummeralL Rich.J: [ to the. ;;< members. a corporation have;an'equal right of.it3 laws necessarilyrrtir$. thejinnt8:oftheterrifcorytotwhich ceding pan ofmy argum iiuihat'theterritoixof

't n.fF Martha Stoddard Lewis B, I saidPhilipSMe.: !'to the.use of,its:common prop rty&.But-rC8. ... it,.,jurisdiction't.cpcoiitraoted ...". f United States being-fodeTative property r
i---'' J' inust
of Florida. i' the eff : : b ssion.- be held in sobserviency to the equal
,:' HtlyGeo. Stokes Jas. B Judge So: Circuit pecting.the.means;of enjoying body t J wiiw vs ei po-
*laws t nitiona then] therewould litica1.riP.GC aU tha3ofthUthoniobnV }l
i' ; 'THb. F TitG'SOL forOoinpPt.'i the corporation may make such.regulations as t By'the political
), R3zri1ll t.ham, J. T'Taylor I9i849; .. ,9nv* ".they..think'FOPft't provided that those regal be no laws remaining in force in tbe.territorvthu& ;. t;f root it j"and that'prpperty ia-i clavesp bei%> I -
West February
f.A ; Jno."A. .. Key I''tions be not inconsistent'-with:that..:' '. dissevered,.and it''wonJd rffro titIitut5gov .recogniied in a gePonio thiUoij1therefore

: ki.l r.Mre.Geo.V TowDsendJrs' ..' itaofcUToir ; ,::-. '.. -: t'ich_pught1tO_ __ (; be preserved in a communion 1'of 1 e, ent tuititacode' ,. wasawbeyun4 r !. to be regarded. a-part-ef.the political-
, '.f *
tofore.existing un.V pro ., This,corporation mayi determine !. :the fteW sovereign:To;su p t herwiseywBUKrbe :,118teat..B1 SUtes is 'heidertiT If" ,
tt. la11C4tx Wingate,Edwia ;IfTlHE'Coplirtnerehip. der the-mm and style of Dell &RusseUis the use: of; common forest orjsture'eiy :: *Ul sujpese thaVa natkii C.mldP.xtendtf itsty elaLiL.n1ghttothese'ofterniteryuziththe.-. ,. f.r'am osrreet'iathls lthe eqeal .

t.f fAnD Whitcher. John ,. !;thU dissolved by rantualaconseJit H The 'ther:allowing.it to, all the members according ;t\, mitat-iq.t'U jtbi* : ,right to- -
t.s Mi1 Laura 2 Woodland. ., day Philip .their wants allotting to each an< 1J.6lI' (anoth na.tiQG."hich."ould,be aD, ... 1dI Ja "" TO '
JC lbminess of the late firm will be settled[.by; ,i'to or I '. t. _".! -
ilr. I All those indebted will please. call and 'share;: but they,have not'a right fCKZj i aD1, in terms as ua PnnClpJe.-.- ., : !, "-ht ;:political r gha:uDder th&aVcedt
J" Ximenes Miss AnI DIaFr&I1Cl1 ;iDell \ 1A: eH d t" n -e' and .ot
r.r '&ke'payment.HpJ 'bELL JLl'I I''one of the number, or to\maJat, :distiacticn'.tolkit ; 1J inasmbetireen 1ta 1 : awJa
I ,. --11 SWEL.RU8BLTVLSV r'tI disadvantage by cssignioc hlp ft less share theciritWrawalof'oneco4e ol&wsud- J .tl ,
JOHN M. PONS,; P. lit I 'tb.m th Gf.the ?; ... 1 the pracript ta 9 bZ.lOtenip .thentha&aUandut lawa inrioairaoV $ _
hCnYille, Ju. 1, 1648. :_:; '*' Fleminfiton, F b.19th,.1848.: .3* .- .. -- t : rV .

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disturb .
r the United States, ,which might '
: fd by -N. .E. W L : argument piled.upon it: I k s. Ai I Ito
;IC a citizen'of tho GovenitaenV In:his.! g to on. : ., ', I f'"I SOUTH/-: yf -\ i a\abid: U'J"m'godHutt, h,\ '\"thP. :.lden : .1ancJ.. !wider
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while\iponjt,would lie extinguished ... .... ., .. )'which'1InsJ hitherto exhibited some littleindisposJtiWto law "
.f property '- --; ;; ::-- confidenftjiaf we'caanot: jitter interes\ onr ,of f1atiomi'. tht .e ., '
t:I because conflict: ,with:the political l-v W h't ; ards th..so.uth and the maintenance ----t. t.- .,. ,.
) ,, advance tIIe interests woadvocater 'h, o. ,.,. t.i'h;
admitted, that the laws of a political bearing than by presenting to the citizens; of Florida and extension 'of'alavery: copies the ovemmeIIt oftheUdltedS4itea.the :: ... : I

t. or as.they are denominated, Pf)1iticallaws, the expression of'opinion of', :the public press, ,whole of the Speech, and remarks in relation errors Of the Prestd en to 1hJDt ii'r.Z ... -
r would of their force a change of to it as follows., .
upon of
cease the celebrated speech
L.1 could no law whit North and South,,upon; wCe v errors r of sae, bad -1i.
!Overe gU Congress pass
conflicted with the political of tho,Unionflarfwri Mr. YULEE, the Senator from this State,,upon. MK.' YULEE'S" SPEECH AGAINST THE PRINCIPLES than, ;of the Heart., 'lie'raahe c ::'l
(, Mexico can transmit. no laws for RUMORED DEATH OF CAPT. R. G. LIVINGSTOK,- the constitutional. law .which affects tho migration" OP THE WILMOT"PROVISO.;-:;; That 'our readers ) .dtnnciatorJhrasE: "JCexican. .*

ty our territories which are of that nature. of THE FLORIDA VOLU:(TEEHS.;: .Intelljgence was of'sla q ahold'eieto National Te rlMrY., .His jnayjb/jjpossessed:;of some of the':arguraen sof pPa-'lieliis M..t.f P'tiiid'\ u""
sustained deathof'this" Southern gentlemen 'against the applicationofihTprmgiplerprilhTWIlhorPBvBo ,-:'."' H h7i I,' o whet, tJa ,
I reach to me t
conclusion seems received last mail in this place of the ;:
.J by -lucid and-concise- -P tionvf4he&position'. ItoTerrRSTry l ;tl. n.,-l1iga'fen-: reJerric1 .
sufficient No laws or regulation : : 11
"t. i. by can remain in reasons.force or be enacted in any territory gallant'offi.. Tarpl'eiija strew col :lYe ''upon which he bases. s. resoliitfo and of T that : acquired"by ine ,UiUte .sWesY;>publish: he acts and, the-nwmory:.6f many of t".ISinoustacto ?/'

j 'belonging to the United States which is incompatible are in, hopes .the rumor: is incorrect, and shall( which'the1! SouthmusAiccessarily occupy/has :to-day/part'of Clio speech of,'the 11oii) rr tit ;5n1h'e liar-both ;- < '. "' f

with the rights of the people of.the await the arrival of another mail before we.: 'naturally excited mach comment in,the journalsof of Floridrii delivered in'the Senate of:the United :as well as those' who' I ;amon j.,u.. *'
vti' Constitution matter States, on ,eertairesolutioiisofhis own ;offered .. .are.itil tin ITmci :
United States under the no shall be convinced whether'such is the melan. :of ) !
with the day, from every'section Union as a substitute to those of Mr Dickinson _hotyor: nconnexon- a s
: whether such territory be acquired or : ,. ; t0r ,.he:>
fl' without inhabitants. choly fact. ;; and we are' happy to. perceive, ,has produced, a on the subject referred'to\r : r '":'.rJ' ; the last published letter! rpen;Taylor ??i

i' The Senator took occasion yesterday to call invite the attention of the reading ,"favorable effect even upon some rigid Wilmot Mr.;Yulee/it is well' kix6wn'ifone,of the leid..i :sed to Col. 3iitcheli'of Ohio In ,
We '
''r'' my attention to the resolutions of.a Democratic BOOKS. I of' the North. Mr.'YULEE has g ;Democrats of the.:South coinciding i in many ; ; :whichtingnished iitt
Convention of Georgia, and to the opinions .public, in another ,column. to the Card, of : bf his;\1ew-, with; those> 'of ir'talhoun'al' : officer declares himself to bu' .

distinguished member of the other House Mr. J. B. C1BBEDGF, Book J1 !r.find, Stationer, taken a stand in which.he will be supported by; though perfectly,'independent in,his action' :oil and* that, if,elected. Preside. t oftaetjS

from Virginia, and of a writer in the,Southern Savannah, Ga. He now h stand will constantly the whole,South, and the'rabid parti zans of the nationnl questions which'cone','before the Sen, .States,'heir administer;the govenuaeal:jjTthe :

,; Review, with a view of showing that the doctrine La 'choice selection.of Northern States will eventually be compelled ate'Although; his'vic of the.WnmotTrpVK principles of'the ?.'-
hand r8e'atid constitution.
a ; i
keep on
and kindred, i ,
.':j of v. right in the inhabitants of territoryof so questions aWudirectly'opposed": ;
; '; the United States to act upon the subject of ; Books, Magazines, Novels,',Stationery, &c,, and. reasoning.-Ye to;'those. 'entertained by' 1Vhi i this quarter, ;But,b1.al this, heonly.desigaatedtortjffi;

:' *: slavery was recognised in the South solicits a portion the patronage of East Flori. ; .I'and,'Democrats f of ,the seb flr'Mr.;John'.VanBureri President's charge treason agahat h&fitS

..rr"T The Georgia resolutions, to which he refer da. Mr. CUBBEDGE our authorized: Agent, 'to attention of all citizens of Florida,for they,will I '"and'others.',;we''thin1c; thisspecch'.pfAIr,1: : ,;the"'rhigiYbeptuseth f"qtsestiob ty Il '

-:;' red, will not sustain the object with which he, contract for and receive ; t receipt for'all mOneys showthe high consideration which:is paid: to I Yule ,will prove ,tnterestinto,tbosc who<('may' tratipolrey3f >> :,taThxait ..11; .at :J. f"".
p.1V '. referred to them for I find that they express to see what can be said by one'of! theabkst 11.J
; the.opinions ofour Senator and the of WflS1iIi"
ly declare, -It is the constitutional right,of every due this office in Savannah. for subscrip- him duty e ho, are'opposed( to"'restrictions"ou. ... ,51d-. : A voice, I deny that'the Prcj&gr% r"
.. the whole '- "
South to his **
support in '
f' citizen to remove and settle with, his preperty tions and advertisements.NEW : posi very, in.acgdired'Terrltory. ..". r made sfich, cba r 8ti'i-l5rtdb !
f > t f fiS. .
-:: in any of the territories of the United I tion. 1'i, = ti .
the March Upon this publication, ofaPro_ -SlaverJ speech f repeated1; that the. #
...,1 I States/' I BOOKS.-We have received The extract is from the Charleston'Eve *

'i" But I will beg leave to present, as the best I No. of the "Union Magazineedited: by Mrs; ning News. the 4th. inst..' ,It gives a'brilliant .by an'ultra> Whig' Northern i journal} the' r New : been made and echoed from all the : t,
.... evidence of the position of the South upon the I and published .. KIRKLAND yet concise elimination of.the views of our Sen-- v t *
subject the resolutions of several of the State { ; Uwon domi'tothemeanestban'
illustrated and "considerable accession;to.the cause of national lii{&
replete '
Legislatures passed in instant by unanimous It is, as usual, elegantly ator. .
',' every He '
harmony.? IJ ,1 proceeded rurtber'tc. i'
I with >
votes. capital articles. : 'If tU.lO-i
a MR. YULEE'S SPEECH.-We in some brief remarks i Hey of the President .and the
For this, purpose, I will read one of the resolutions Also, the 5th No. of "Eubank's Hydraulics ,yesterday introduced this Address to the, TUE NEW YORK EXPRESS Arta SOUTHERN DOCTiu dJai.b ; Wnishing

"' .,. of the Virginia Legislature, which is in and Mechanics," yet we have not received the notice of our readers. The sequel will,be foundno isS.-Wecongratulate" the South on the.liberality troops by the department f I j'l1 ,

the following language: 3d number. No family in the State should remain less worthy of attention. The important exhibited! by,the New }otk.Expr: to. ..Ge .:Taylor to make d e'beef- (1 his ,'d' ,.t

: u Z. Resolved will unanimously,That, under no circumstances : :without this 'valuable addition to, its 11 principles ,which it establishes and so well.illustrates -, the wards South.a free dissemination of. the' doctrines" of on, the- field before-the,city of..Jlatau onli.i
this body recognize as binding startle who that '
may those. imagine so holding the President' ;
any enactment by the Feder'l Government which brary. f' popular sovereignty must inhere in every collection This journal yest rday'commenced thepublU rcspouribl, for>the

; ;' bas for its object the prohibition of slavery in ,of individuals who may choose to exercise cation of capital speech delivered' by Senator unnecessary expenditure of lifctrhicbtolls xtd' ,
any territory to be acquired either by conquest DEBows? SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL RXVIEW.We its function because associated together Yulee,. of Florida-a speech which': gives: a fairview He, blamed, the administration, al
'..:. or treaty; holding it to be the natural and in. have received the March number of this valuable for social and civil convenience. If the theoryof of the political doctrines supported by tie: I i withdrawal of troops: from Gen Taylorforce t.4rein.:
Ucfeasible of each and description, fail South, and, .presented to the North, for their I
," right every periodical and cannot to express our popular privilege were to this extent Gen. Scott tard
The hitherto hns been as well ns for lie '
which be acquired bythearms concurrence. Express ,
esof ,
in the
any may right of revolution would constantly
V admiration at the talent with which it is con. ,
.. of the United<< States, or yielded by treaty override the obligations of written constitu very hostile to Southern'principlC8 and full of the_ supplies for Gen.Taylor's camp, and'fend. "",
article lhat it contains wouldbe the ultra and illiberal notions ot'the abolitionists
with foreign :' ducted. Every tion. The the difficulties
any power. attempt of Dorr would fall within upon the,raccewUjnfstruggles
V A resolution: of the Georgia Legislature, as interesting to the citizens of the_ South, butit the description of a justifiable exercise of popular -' of the North. Whether this change in its .I and triumphs which
has been caused truth tin we'sbnl1 by our arm "
t follows: commends itself especially to those of Florida sovereignty. The Territory of Iowa, on the. policy by .or ,I der Gen. Scott ]:
It is somewhat of considerable appeared at last
I inquire. a before
a', '2. Be it further resoked by the authority afore su.me'admi&iion, when required recently to tbeejlf7
attention three
its assiduous to
.. said That any territory acquired or to be acquired by productions amend her Constitution, might Lave disregardedthe accession to the,,cause of national harmony and of Mexico, and entered its gates in triuapi;; :
which cultivated in Louisiana but union between the different sections of the
w by the arms of the United States, or by are injunction and created a government independent complaining of the tardiness. with.which tit
treaty with a foreign power, becomes the common which are best adapted to the climate ot"OU1' of the United :btatw. The governmentof country, and we say, "go ahead"CONGRESS. necessary reinforcements and supplied '

property of the several states composing thisConfederacy Peninsula. We particularly notice an article the Territories is the creature of law, as that forded were sfMr. if

; and while it so continues, it is the i McCumou's ". of the Union is, the creature of the .Constitu throughout
;' right of each citizen of each and every State, i reviewing report upon sugar tion. They are both part and parcel of delegated C.spoke of his total want ot count drote

; to reside with his property; of every description I and another upon the manufacture of sugar in authority, subject nUke to restraint and. In the Senate, on February ,29thy Mr. Yulees i that peace would result from the treaty:in

w within such territory/ Louisiana. At some more favorable moment we limitation. The idea' then that sovereignty is presented:: a resolution passed by the Legislature under advoisement in the other indoftfc<-

A resolution of the Alabama. Legislature: shall notice these with reference to our own communicated to any aggregation of individuals of the State of Florida, in favor of the enactment He did
I "2. Be it further resolved, That under no circumstances State. ,whatever in the United States, is founded in building not believe that it wonldbe efjj
of law
.' will this body recognize as being misconception of popular right. a providing' compensation to citizens ratified by the Mexican people. '. 4 i

'.' any enactment of the Federal Government, SOUTHERN CULTlVAToR.-The March number The citizen of South Carolina in emigrating of that State who suffered by Indian dePredations The hope of the country was in thecon&roltiara '

I which has for its object the prohibition of slavery to Territory of the United States, does not in the Seminole war; also.resolutions
I, of this valuable Southern Agricultural the whig i; rty! He was utterly oj>{3(5(
in territory to be acquired either by destroy,his civil relation to the Union in any
said in law
any of Legislature favor of
a making
f Magazine comes to richly freighted with articles pro ctl to the annexation of contiguous terra
conquest or treaty, holding it to be the nntu".1ll us greater degree than if he had. remained a citizen .
t and indefeasible right of each citizen of each such as cannot fail to be interesting to the of South Carolina. lie would be engaged ina visions for the widows and orphans of the officers Would to Gad, he said that the Pacafic:piU S L [

1 ... and every State of the Confederacy to reside I. Planters of this State. The implements of the treasonable combination were he to unite and soldiers who have lost their lives in roll back its waves to the Rocky Mountaiaiaaif
with his property of description in any with others and erect a separate government the with Mexico which referred to
every war were
farm its stock and all receive due ; that a lake of fire the U.StoFw
management, within separate
t territory which may bo required by the arms of the limits of his own State. This was Committee
0 the United States, or yielded by treaty with anforeign attention. We however, perceive a paragraphupon the case those who attempted with 'Dour to the on Military Affairs. and ordered and Mexico. The. first object of his half'- .1nsf:

tJf- power."' "The insects on Orange and Lemon Trees," overthrow the government of Rhode Island ina to be printed. the preservation of our happy insmJJtO*

These resolutions present, as I hold, the true which we must candidly'say proves that the manner not prescribed by the of the South and Supposing combination with others to exercise mas't
poMtionof great body
; removing the Land Office from Newnansville
t from the annexation
writer knew about his It is of winch
nothing subject as territory we did
in of the Territories
.. upon this position, I stand with them. paramount sovereignty one -
in to Ocala in that State; in favor of the ,enactment not want and a people with whom trrcotrWcofc
r Mr. FOOTE here requested to be allowed toread follows: exclusion of the authority of the United ,
t ,; an amendment, which he stated it was the If the insects are on the leaves, syringe them States, where is the distinction in principle of a law granting to that State, for school mingle.In .

i : purpose of Mr. DICKINSON to accept as an addition with hartshorn, diluted in nine times its bulk Where is the difference of civil obligation, purposes any land which have reverted to the the House March Cth the Speaker 4'
i '; to his second resolution, and which he stated of water. If accessible, dust them with snuff; I I whether in South Carolina or the Territory of United States under the I'me\I occupation act, before the House: a)memorial and resolutions t
i was prepared and agreed upon some time and if that fails, try lime. To destroy aphides: Nebraska? .]s allegiance to the Constitution
l .. : since Tho designed amendment was in the moths, caterpillars and the larva; of other de- confined by space? Are the obligations which I and the right to locate, in separate sections, a I the Legislature ef Florida, in favor of.a \naif

", following words: predators, on the trunks and limbs of,all fruit bind the citizen to submit to authority, wider quantity of land granted by Congrc/u for a route from Cbattuhovthie to lenScJ 1 froir'

'In subordination to the Federal Constitu trees, we wash them in strong lye in,which soft the Constitution, circumscribed by lines of ?latitude seat of Government for said State ; in favor of making pro\iiou for the widows -,

pea' I soap is dissolved. The potash water running and longitude ? The citizen of a State the enactment of a law t. provide for the sur- phans of thosewh have died in defence au'l ?
down into the earth about the roots of trees and emigrating to a Territory is not therefore absolved efJ
Mr. YCLEE proceeded. I am obliged to the shrubs, acts as u valuable fertilizer,besides kill from his obligations us a citizen of,the vey and location of all lands ia that State claim country'in Mexico'andin relation tai pre.e .'

Senator for the information. He was so good ing insects. This. washing is usually done in United States, however' he may have severed his ed under Spanish grants j in favor of the enactment tiun rights in said State: all of which were ap

'I : as to show me the amendment yesterday. But", the spring, using a woolen cloth tied to a pole, connexion with the State of which he had beena of a law authorizing the inhabitants referred and ordered to printed" ?

while I recognize in it a good spirit, and a disposition ; and long enough to reach all nest of young I citizen previous to emigration. Those obligations townships in that'State whose school lands are propriately b ,

to make the Constitution the rule to worms in the tops of apple, peach, pear, plum, preclude him from combining with F/Wic Lands.-In a table to tbeZ..
.,' which they will conform, I must frankly say, it cherry and other valuable trees. others and exercising plenary sovereignty within valueless or covered by prior Spanish grants. to t.Dexo
't does not meet the issue. The effect of the amendment "In killing insects on the leaves of orange the Territory of which lie has become an enter on-any of the public lands of the United port of the Secretar' tlwr Treasury, ..t

would be only to declare that the 10I trees, rose and.other plants, it often happensthat inhabitant In doing this he dissolves his civil States a like quantity of land; which were re- following;official statement; ,,,r'
I ", legislature must legislate under the Constitution i a substance which will destroy u.nhnullire relation to the United States. lie rejects the ,Acre of surveyed lands, ready for ,. r
iVrred the
to Committee Public
r leaving wholly undetermined the material will be equally fatal to vegetable vitality. notion uf a supervisory authority; in Congressover on Lands and : sale, 241,391,136

.i'.1 point what are thjj rights of the people of' We have seen copperas water made strong the Territories.: He, repudiates the Con ordered to be printetF.Mr. '. i East of the Rocky Mountains, and ,

I: the Southern States under the Constitution, in enough to kill aphides and not injure the leaf; stitution of the United States by which that Westcott presented a resolution passedby west of the Mississippi, exclusive :; ,

,. respect to the use of the territory? but the proportion of the salt to the water we authority is delegated to C ngrC8S. We will the Legislature of the State of Florida of Iowa, : 478.549T
I .... Before I take my seat, I desire to say, that if do not now recollect Try u little on a few return to this subject, as it is one that promisesto re.1:1.tI"e.to West of Kocky ,Mountains, to the ; : &
I\/-\. in discussing this subject, I have directed my leaves at first, and watch its effects on both the become one of engrossing importance.The : certain changes in the mode of carry- 40th deg. of Sort L'lttudl 697,086,02 f

,,'.' remarks: principally to a reply to the argumentof insects and leaves. We have used: a decoctionof correspondent of the Columbia South ing the mail on the route from Chattahoochie Emigrant Indian Norh of ><

the Senator from New York, [Mr. DICKINSON' ,] tobacco, made quite strong,with good effect Carolinian the to Pensacola: ; whitb was referred to the committee the 3J5ssouri nnd.\kaR88 132,29,
because of desire to embark gives us following exposition of -
it-has been
any This would be successful
probably a remedyin on ,the Pest Office and Past Beads and
iiv a controversial debate with him. But differing the opposition against,which Mr. YULEE had to Acres- ,M92322,59
from the views of which he stood forth the case of Peach and Apple trees in.a. Northern deal, and the wire-working and demagogueismwhich ordered to.be printed.: Fifteen buadre and forty-nine millionstbitt

as the exponent upon this floor, I felt it my duty latitude, but it would of course be utterly would artfully :rob' ,the South of herrights. : ,Also, a resolution passed by the Legislature hundred. twenty-two thousand fivehundrti

to present counter-resolutions to those ho ineffectual here, as has been ascertained by ex .ButMr.CALHOUNand. -. I I J I of theStato of Florida,,',ill had proposed and in supporting positionI ; his friends .are : of the whole amount of our Domain,
; my >
: .
perience. We apprehend that the di80 Se which of the Indian teritory.provided .Pblic
not to be and 1iil.continue stand IB that State, to the : .
have been obliged to review his doctrines duped, to by Centuries' must elapse bf whole Domain
with such strictness of scrutiny,as the occasion has fallen upon the Orange treeS' the South. Constitution: ,and ever be supported by the for: their ;reception, and the adoption can be pplC1 and yet we are now fighting

seemed to me to require. I am sure that, in the ern States of the Union, upon those of the West better thinking portion of the Union. of measures for protecting the, inhabitants for more

course of my remarks, I have designed to say Indies, and has begun to reach those of the of said State from Indian incursions'and depredations'which
; nothing inconsistent with the friendly feelingsI Meditt>rrrnean can no more be provided against During,. morning hour for. several days, THE FIVE.MILLION.JLoANj_TheWashington
take pleasure in cultivating towards him, nor Mr.: Yulee has entertained us with a disquisitionon was'referred, jo.the Committeeon .-
with the thanks I owe him and lib friends, for than the Asiatic Cholera, or the Plague. The the question of the, sovereignty over. ,new, Indian ,Affairs and ordered to be printed. Union of the 8th inst. gives the ,follqwioffhaj ,

,,.,' J ... throwing the weight of their great influence season of the distemper will have to run out, territories, taking exactly )the ground occupied Also, resolutions"of,said Legislature; in favor py information i relative to. the, credii of ouj
1" : i' against tho.mischievous spirit of Abolitionism, and until then we cannot hope for relief. by.Mr. Calhoun,which .is, in, its. briefest form, cnfeeracy4 '
land of
for the erection :
..... 11' and Wilmotisin.Sirsit that the Federal Government of a grant of public :
\ ...... -- d has the sovereignty The bids opened this day by the
has seemed to me a.duty of patriotismto FLORIDA SUGAR.-The Savannah. Republican, over territories of the United States, and the, ,a,court-house at:Tarapa., in that State. ; in- favor Secretary wer! :Treasury, in the acig

offer my humble views, unimportant as they of the,ith, inst. says:-"We notice a sale which residents :.in. such ,tetritories have.,no part;of .of the enactment of a lawto; graduate the priceof the Secretary.'of tW'rurSolctriAut"
may be, to the consideration of the Senate,- hat sovereignty-but while Congress '
possesses the publie'-1aJ1d& m. that State in favor of tor Comptroller
place a days since by Messrs Phil- ;
The question has seemed to me 'vital to the this; exclusive sovereignty over territories of and attending
A' Union. It strikes at the equality of the States; ,brick, Meriam &.Bell, of nine.ty'fiv .barrels of this Union, it has no power to. inhibit the emigration :thereh ngn' hme 1t t o that State of certain overflowed : .kc ;efcewse/to, clek The'.b

.. and when that equality is subverted, those who: Florida Sugar. This sugar brought five centsa of a slaveholder and.his :location there lands, the proceeds of which;.'whenre- who, for the yrincifat amounts,* were Kw.e"

"-r are the subject of the degradation,and yet abide pound., Is not.this cultivation seriously!! 'worthy with his slave property, because such in idious' claimed-. .to'be applied to purposes of education; Rothschild & .ns".rLndO ,( intI1.1[
in the Union,'must be content to abide in it as legislation would destroy that, equality ,of all Corcoran and ( .
and in the enactment of law } ,
favor of a granting
the attention of Would S
our planters? it
serfs not, freemen. An eminent the members of the
I;' as political } co-partnershlprupon which Canister; and E. W. Clark & Co.r&er&cTb*
philosopher, whose writings I have before had not be well to direct part of their force,to this equality the Union is established 'and. upon: pre-emption rights to actual settlers on the Messrs. Rothschild and Corcoran &.Riggh

,' { occasion to quote in the course of this argument, article instead of relying' solely on- the uncertain which alone it;can be preserved : public lands in' that State,;.which were refer for the whole loan at premium of 136, bat obi

,!Ii'. :says truly, that the weaker States is a Confederacy I. crop and uncertain prices of cotton?" Mr..Yulee argued these points with a judicial red to the Committee ,.on'Public Lands and e>r.'d..r..1" tained only btwe three and four.Imilliotttvdollars
: are reduced to the condition dependant force which we had not: altogether '' ; i ;. :} 'f* '. of half{la milli. '
provinces whenever "they allow' lasting anticipated.! to be, rioted. .. .... .; /. \ amwmty ;taking
.any THE .TRE-\1.y.-We learn from the' Savannah Whether he wounded any birds or not, we.cannot fin 1<" '?IIonse"onMareh'" 4th Mr having this amount, by preference, in the six-per -
rtEFiRExcE OF PREROGATIVE to those that are tell; but MrDlckin.son, whose .resolution'swere the. ;, Strong -; stock. 'Th>*total premium paid and Jref*!
:stronger and, engage themselves' in UNEQUALALLIABCC4. Republican of_ Tuesday".last that the treaty had; understood to be given to feel the way"'for, 'made,a speech in;Committee\ the Whole: was about$63000whichis a i ,.* *

.t, ." been ratified by the U.. 8. Senate on the 8th, -Gen. Cass in New York;and Mr.'Foote/'who is f.)Ir t r. bell''followed,.'denou ing' the'Presi tion to the Mtscellaatens Receipts of thi ino *>

Senates, I shall .be saying only, ,:what ourproud inst. The 10th section only, or that relating. to I Ithe.English bent, it would seem, .upOn distinguishing(him :dent's course'' generally1 ieitb.'th'rcfcrenco the' The sale isabeve the fol average market
: 9' fitter States of the North will J
heartily self had frequent : I } -- 'i ; 2 to cent.
objections from
grants had been stricken out to put in tothc'au-; >j 4eatf %JUI > 'i-1)I ranging per premium
ail respond to, when I declare that no American 'treaty .by,which the northwestern \,boundary &
i thorities and the reasoning the Senator.from + } ;_ J ; : to we the Messrs. Rothschild agafc
f' 'j State, which holds in proper esteem her birth.; It also sa.vs-As the Baltimore papers,of the Florida. '-' ., u.F. ,1, '.nMr. ,> (was established, and the question of difficulty;; :are'gll ng' "=Ajaericatt. securities. Itshow_tWconfldencerwki '

-r.-', right-of Liberty, can endure an .Union which. tithe however, received on Sunday,'did not con... ;Foote,' at the conclusion of,the remarks with Mexico?which also in'Volvooquestioii; of .h'.the,principal bankeref; *

.t',::. i.9,a;. OS not. a-COWEDJERACV.OF EQUALS. firm our. private Intelligence_ we'thought our' of Mr.Yulee' upon the 'subject;t -red'-Ito' lay' i boundary [rin'which our. .. claim admltt, ,of more, European world place in the AmericaatiK ,
(- .' .. ., .
U H the' whole matter',upon ;the':table;*' declaring ) \' '" :It enables xs to profit bj foreign
cf- friend was.mi8int\1nned.and.ther for declined; meantime that"'l\fr.1 Yulee had question than'in', the;case of controversy t ;with; the same it relieves apUar
: : What beys did Uaele Sam use in opening the ; not spoken the proportion e
... f Halls of tie Montezuma 1 publishing the substance of his letter Subsequent sentiments the South-that' his'''tact's(were 'GrcatBritain.' ,"* *' "''; ., 'it s > ,ket and our banks kern a pressure. en f

t. "''' Ans.:.--The Yaa-kecs information;. however, leaves no 'doubt perverted and ''his arguments 'untenable,'that', Ho_expressed.:hia i a_ rP rise:&t the position of 'of this loan: The total 'amount of bide*

;',. that the treaty was actually ratified on that day in fact words.,. (and he the'resolutions,might as well have'said it in so : the gentleman from< Spihh Carolina 1 [Mr.Bhett,] to-day ) .
of Mr.'J \
1-; ;u Wife,"said*heap eked husband go to by the Senate, only five*.or sis Senators voting many declaring the slavery
r': 4 H r. bed.' *1 won't". "w en, then sit up; for will against it, ''ot 'the'Uuit' States,l to'Jr stwithl: theip : Presidents.:. That'annunciation could.not ; Female, brie iafou.-ITa.IM.:t

ftf *, ,t minded." ,:STILL FURTHER, -.The, .Treaty'Sati/ied,.-;,TheBaltimore ., 'thereof;were tho true resolntion! ;'rind thti. rf: I'but; surprisejthe whole country: for the :Presi- Rii: tdon't't?. you>}study your heseeta '

W; Clipper'( of,,"the lltb.. "deceived,. by'l last' Cass,'or Mr. Anybodyelse{ w ,they nominee:'!"f. "dent certairiiydidfrn |k th wart id the ;Her ll the.prof r wWD, anhourri4d
f : Why is a promissory note like a blade of ? the ;:Baltimore!>Convention' ;1 'occupying1 tiiisgroundfis : ,T" .yar i :declare yow.BavenTt ck ante: thLw ,.
''i: :4. grass l P Because it matures by falling dew."t evening's mall,:has the.following"We ,have the'.true friend' of;the' South ;'and;; :could not justified by his t :(fri_ ,'but on the I morning ", t\ .- ., .

r 'k t' : the gratification' of announcing. ; this morning,' thatb hC''wlto opposes hhh'.in'prospective or> at 'ground'that.the constitution: gave'him tie pow-: : "(is2 earsbld.'La: ata'fLi3" : ;

: rr ), >CkatkaoL'Street EUjKeue' .-. *! say Bill" ,,.what'' that at nine'o'eio01HiSt night, the, J U,>8.'Senate: -1' :('ft."" .time y oz3 who'':opposes' his.position orchispropositions ,er' ,to'?,do.....80.- : ;;"" 4; %; -*," ; -f ,., 'lO'' Mis.1 stT-an tEe. time, poti.knotrIt
:; iho play; tonight 1"' Ij after a laborous session .ratified." and- confirmed rt ; is a:spy in the camp'i and'must hot 4 x1rt ",u:::" ti''j" ..": I. : f j facttign :besidJc ,',to tell ypfe tW .
'I',1 i."'l'ea-tettJes or seize him by the guts." be beard by the Souths t11 1."'!'l&z 9&'to 5it '>: Ho efendecl. !a-'htintY:: trom.h. charge oftrciidn'becansfl .: '(rohisperins) my head so flli&isitPyfmjthal'f .

t .The youth intended to:say/u'Tekeli or the,, the Treaty of Peace with Mexico,'by ayes 36,.to. .; f ->'A'summary method1' fdi .. Sing:'ofarefractor '; th ,t'they had taken the"Hber-: iinpo bWlt i .t ink of: any tDoT:
? ? Y Sclg DfM3ngbt"I, ) ,\J: j nays'10,. -Glory enough for one day. ) .::1'! ..: / witness; but still we should WnkWftS ity to inquire iutoHhe justice thin r nece:'i ff.f. eiv j,else' : t ..;:u .,fiiYccfcat.

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FoYTHE SEW*] name and"f laps Conn A -0 -. ----- -> ,.. .. Jrj 4 6t
certain in 1 .
'-- j
professor. onceiuppn at tine or- ,: AiaC.. ..erJ. t. "
with the inisfprtunespf Robinson, 'which m'ah ;Sale"t.l ,, ; j _',.rj. .
FLORIDA. ,dertp make'.upan' a dience VteJbbligeOToire- T _
>lTirtoe of a writ.of Fieri
laded to rafter ; Jtefaaajaed "- .r '
'guardedly slot ibat : ; :.
; tL 1> "t- ..
7 ttt
conquest of Granada the restlessWtriwjpbant with which traa far UI.: -' -" **' *? > 'quest his friends'to".r Halppeiiing ioaskone .*:trom. Circuit Court-of the Eastern Or :, :. 31tTri 44
ft-ie shy'htthtidbeeiiahrea: tJ dn'ft'.ibrineroccasion cnitcf; Florida .in ni fe .Um i 'If (
Castile_ and Arrcgon,seek- 1" ". t < ewDtT DtmL ". ,. "-' f..o' .
};he answered that he felt,soroeWhat de- said :-!'' "
In. State.directed.to>H mud the .- -
every : ffr .
/ of excitement crea- Succession ../ Ptts ifr.LThe of t : .
that feeling constitution' Ucde I1 hIt"1IOUtud M' -I ilt4.
orish .. breaking upon Sheriffsof saU State Wherein
.e Robert '
: ,
Brown. "
has been in t! eb t.t .- .
i iag the stirring times of Moorish War, operation from the,3d of.Match i., Execut9rotJe1I.ul1zd1 i' ah.Maiei j. > } '-t'.1..H) lf",

led the alreadly discover- 1789, being a period of fifty.nine years;';in thecourse' There are 5,600 taverns fe the State of New, S.ByaniaattdleotBo L pJa. .detead -. -. .t'. -;', ,>-:: .'
Jtkeir attention to j It ,. -d. .; ".f'
)1 "
of which have t4
we -
b eleven 2; .
Presidents. York f4rtters - --
:22o merchants 18 -
,! ; ,- I have .A
fevifd.vpon. witt .
tA '\eedsea and expose for:sale on "PL8IQD: LAND
tern Continent as:1 fit theatre for Of these eight have sank Into'th tomb j fed 000 .manufaeturerl OOOamechaai 'x,500 ; ULE'._'
,. theifirst-Mcmday,inApriVjnexijat: the
ff ;Court,
daring.7' only one of them leaves a son behind him.'' The lawyers 4,900. doctors: and'4,300 preachers of HonseytJnlthe town oewgsasttiUeaa: ; ,ILL beoffered, for coalRat.i Au .. :

Jiob1e had Pizarro sought the shores( last three Presidents. ,anrvive, viz::Mr. Van thegospelA *t.*&.,..v-ui,, .jfi. _, ,.1' ) county,of AbchuA,, in said 8taerbetw eftithe the. ".; :'tJvlthe 1t1u-da1 of) :1 t a t.dai: tit
; tyisi
Bnren : .n : 'BeDton
Mr. ;
; c..r +
jtready Tyler and ] a antrt.'Ea1st'ul'i
parting: "President usual JIOUB of .alci. ,
and ,cruelty become i ; treachery Mr. Polk. These fill trada.o(1.udt t'Iblrttsit
sad by apa period'ofel'erenyeary. ,. tASINEINTEVC1GENCs ofileadn; o.toTn jr' t aansri lti.wJt; .. IP:21/1h Ii'l
the Sun. :18._
of '
Children ittTurrbahipd4t
the ; with! '
or the Iud of commencing Mryan Buten,who ascended gcod rltrollitzg:th4ltso'R1gk au4herr ut Range; lt F. 1J.-_ :

revelling inaU the grandeur of theMoateiumas the chair on'the fburth ofldircl'igii' "". _PORT OPJACK50NVILI, ':MARCRIi8: bouses,theroerye property,Georgo ,: Uatir4t4thdaybfllarch; .tBIa J:' n
was of_ laiwn count eauT
and other adventure There have been eleven Vice' President, of rf t Kt.rZf. pin to"S3tisf1cl1rjt; ; ;andIAtereat andicojts ';atlas I1tt et h: -* 't a1't d

'h ottJic when whom five are still living; Everything in fact ,t J J ARRIVED* ..1 .J. --, ,; thereon. WM. GIBBONS ,r. J"oDlSbip. ; Rahge;20tl.1 -Jr et t; t: a
seeking the fatted ; proves the mutabilitj;of'pitman But -March lltL Scl1r':tv ::.L ;W"H"f' imuds. .' Sheriff .f '13" l4 j21.i .fj h1
t. r ... Alachu.voounty ii '
ztrI in"footsteps ,. a ; .1..' U. O .f
Leon u., .. .
de .
following while tI i. Hit.
famous Ponce our distinguished citizens leave us with w' 1 e'WlW1Svine March 4jSd&; : '_ 5t. ,, 'U .... "
dtk e who fell victim to such rapidity-proving "what shadows < : : '.- 1., 'u or . ,.,..,) tk ;
of De Sto> ( a we are, .Mar 13th.-Brig Marv St'Jan".1emj: .Nassau'Tax .' 't-M dlt'Oft } J'
Sale. Coon
and what shadows we pursue"-we should offer : -J.- > 11 'OQt'Th tees
banks of the Mississippi) sau', N. p.March : t
the the first'Monday In- May next 'between ,23.1 dhirch I't' ,.
: on ;
avarice ... ,
to : ON I
our vows and that A
Lished the world with the announcement of the up republic itself Providence live forever: pray Union. ..-U.S.' 'St ,
may Hurbert, 24 hours froin'arantiah toFernan-: :thMarch'15tbU. State and The R :
of youth e ; county>4'IIO mucb'of.the'undi.Tided I f. g E Jfof 23 > -. %
perpetual It ,.
the Spring 1H
lye discovery of &Bisbe 'I ..1.. ..1 interest:of:,William Hickman and others,1 u;-SWFj f2" t-
FROM EUROPE.BY ii: ',1. f .:
Und that ever bloomed with .S.Steamer OcamulgeeMcNel- ;of the'Waterman lands, as trill'pay,the tun of : ,.N\WJ.1ot2\ : '

"gpain became now the envy of the civilizedertheuncxampled THE BRITTANSIA.Parliament. ty, from Savannah. to_Fei nsade:. &Bisbee. ': seventy-five!'dollars, and,the:cost and charges ; llE : f,2G,, \d :If ;.,4., : t'Jt .
-The English Parliament assembled :- -' 1" >v ,u iti .7 ,u
reign of Ferdiwd on the 3d of February. The first business CLEARED" attending the advertisement and'aJe'thereor;, !. E:3: 'ot. J- ..:--.tt' < J '.1 a..tJ Jt
.1 March Foster Y. 1 {
forlIAo.nd <4&hn'T> sairo) qN. toondaries unknown to the subscriber mild' *" ". ., Wr"or 6 .
she had not only become of which was the consideration of "the deplor ; .p, : w J.l I r ; LItj. .: t. j
Isabella March.12th.- Steamer"Win.Gaston, Harbert, c9u-.1.1,1 -' .t' Atsoh' 'L1 ,_ ; -\tJeffenoli Court Boulte 9 '
domains but had extended able condition" of,the West India Islands. An Savannah, : On'the me .17th Much OJ1'Moadqi'tb
of her own day trill be sold so'much of the :: t1# r
tions far over the Western Continent animated that the debate Islands ensued in which, in which It iris asserted -' March IStb Steamer- Ocamulgee,:McNSavannah 1;:, andc'of[ Mrs Fleming, and'A..Low,"aid will pay ,t: 'S.' T. :

41erlCq ula slavery iras still _, ; the State'and county tax.1,The"amount of thetaxes 'the E Ji oCN." : -
and 1
un- iM
discovered occupied tolerated 'L I &
.1 oot world was were gaining money by slave1 labor, doe on said lands:is forty'dollars. 'The E""or8 S "
ber luFFices. And it.was only after cen tdel' u- while the (English] West Indians'were losing NOTICE.HE Fleming lands lie onThomas'.iwamp- \V 1tNE3offA I- '._, 1"1 J.7'I- f ':: t

enervated by luxury, when glory it by free labor, and had no more money. to ex Road Commissioners of the seemRoad. A,:J. :BRADDOCK, If W"otSE'V tl"J n ':1'7t $ j
vchea .,
Castile that her Colonies pend. A most remarkable feature of the debate J._ Districts of Duval county;are requested to J .Ta! Collector'Xussau county: .: I u8 or. '3J t,, .I"
i from 'A-lo
departed was the proposition made Lord t '.
by Geojfge town N.'E 1/
meet in .the ofJacksonrille.onhltday February;19,' is.J8.SIIERIFF'S.- w r 740 f .6
I y1pC9ea by terweakness and stimulated by theinnple .Bentinck that in consideration of the debt of he; 27thdnst-to confer'in rehUioa to the]ROAd : _SALE.' I < E 1% otN Wu of 5, 2 2,' I. ,11 Jl>,: J i ?

the neighboring \nglo-Saxon Cola 45.000,000 due the English Government from business of said :. tar 18. TE1Uf rourth '
of for county. .' '.t VIRTUE OrA'decree the circuit court --Qn cash, the hB.W1ee r tl%
Spain which the whole island of Cuba stoodpledged Bt. aS r'
'e shook off the parent that had long been a the island should be seized, the mortgage Bo way..CaIlKkt *"-' "; ., qfthe'Eastern' reait.of Florida;;;:for the .three G1nual] instalments (with ntereEt\'aft add jw r

jrtzrtheu to them never supporting but ever foreclosed and slavery extinguished forever BROUGHT. TO 'JAIL on the llthinstn county'of Ddvat in favor, of Orloff M. porman,' .ranee'Ot till sash; ir, any purchasers:should reret :-. -

their energies; and either declaredthemselves in the West Indian Archipelago.A a negro who calls himself, ARNOLD against (;bevies H.:-Pelot, I shall offer for sale. at Pay from the ; fire per cent wnl- be. aeductecl 41
credit .
t' instalments '
bill has been introduced into Parliamentto and says he belongs to' Mr. "VVm.- Alligator in the county of Columbia,on the first Lists -
and independent
"free, sovereign, enable the Queen to establish diplomatic relations Crosby, of Columbia county, Flal: ,Said Monday of April next the following described the'Parttenlar trWts can be' h 1 i". : b' 1 j t
applying to ,
like our own Florida, became trans- is : hind m! 'Theaionth-westgnaett''rotthesouth.; any ofthe.st Masters in .
of Bentog
.States, or, with the Court of Rome. negro black complexion, about 5 feet 10 llariol rrt 1'I
fared to some more powerful neighbor, of The refusal of the American Post Master General inches in height. The owner will please comeforwatilpay east quarter of section 14, township, 'range' apptit.d for County; or they w 1' 'tornlsh It.: '
costs and take him 14;,south'and east;{'also the southeast quarterof by letter posl-prid addressed t 1 s !
to the
component part. accept terms offered by Great Bri- away : "THE ? ,
a '
to become ,fEGIST '
rkich the 'sonth + T 7 rt' c ,
wt t of section 14 township K. AT ALr.Aness
quartet r
tain J. A.. BARBEE Jailor D. C.
for .
better .
of international ,
system postage n i iI

Although the search for gold, (the object of 2 range and east also the southeast'gtiartcr JOHN BEARD lltguttr }
has Jacksonville March 18th 1848. tfe- 4'81uth ; < .
caused the utmost dissatisfaction. in this PdlfC-LziuJ, 1H 'y t{ .
the first Spaniards in America) proved abortive country ,. section'15township2,_range, 14, f tStoti of Florid. ':' 'i

in Florida nUll the fabled spring of youth The proposals* of reciprocity made by the latter CLARK & LAWSON, south''and east; also section the horth-east quarter' ofnortheast Tallahassee Nov. 13, 47,, 3m 'NoT 19, .' .r" .

in imagination yet there have country are universally regarded as being FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MEE- quarter 22;township 2, range A+ :
hlnistrntor's '
ousted only t'
14 south and east also the west half of northwest sure. t"
discovered in their stead other and more as liberal as they possibly could be, and it will CUAXTS,Savannah, Georgia, tender.thei a serrfces : quarter of !section 2 range WiLL: BE 'SOLD at pubU sale on'-TJu J r ti
been be harsh and reprehensible in the extreme if to planters and others, and solicit consignments 23ito'JIShip' the Qth ,!
fubstantial and durable sources wealth and and all other of 14, south and;east, amounting to 240 acres,the the day of March; lSt 'f
the interested public on both sides of the Atlantic on cotton, kinds country plantation of the late Oran-Daxter .. >
same land sold and 'conveyed by John C. Pelotto an th'
tttraction. are made to suffer the produce. They are agents for the celebrated personal effects
through unreasonableness '
Charles H. Pelot the 28th Dec belonging to the Estate
on 1842 together' of 0raz1
The mildness and salubrity of our climate invite of the American official. The venerable towah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they with all ,the Baxter,d eceased. Cohsrsung'ofCattlY! H v .i e
improvements e'
Archbishop of Cantenbury primate of all are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, Carts Timber Wheels t1
seek '
the invalid of less favored regiuns to to the insDogs.
appurtenances same in
; belonging,or It
England, died yesterday morning in the 82nd and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon wise Turning Lathe Cotton Gitt'and xtoresTSS ?y .

lere entire restoration to health, if not perfect year of his nge. The inquiry into the state of hand, constantly, osnabnrgs and yarns, any. appertaining.T, B, FITZPATRICK. penters and Blacksmith Too18' Sti guBoUerik' ,. .b ,

novation of pristine beauty.The the national defences has ended in the deter- from the Eatonton, Cartright,;Planters, and Sheriff of Columbia Frame Woi k, and'Sog'.1r Uouse i1niel to
count v. 1 W i {
! fertility of our soil, and its adaptation to mination the Government to double the artillery Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they j sell at March 4th.'18485t '. Sugar PAnj1 Silver' Watch rRJft '1' Dcnibl Si a ti >
et r
the manufacturing prices. barrel Gun ey.,. s J ''
variety of productions, hold forth inducements force and embody 150,000 militia ; the PIng hS.1Yhi P Sawitnd hnSaw. 13awa T' .. '
i 10 country at large is opposed to the measure. March 11, 1848.. 3m Alachua Tax Collector's Sale. .frame, Grmd Stones, Lot t'f h ,
to the farmers and planters of the be Coffered .for sale sundry,other I. ,,'
The at
lope'sl'escript has been received in Ireland J. B. CUBBEDGE i, WILL public outcry, nrtieles or plantatronnae ,
older States whose lands have become exhausted I II demanding from the Bisho s whether the front of the Court House in the town'.1 ALSO his,interest fa the tractof Ltiridttnoirn : f y : 4''

fc/ l long cultivation The diversity of our alleged charges of altar denunciations and political 1300X SELLER AND STATIONER, of Newnansville.said county Monday;the I .as the RichArd ildl t;seam laJ1d lt& tie.t.t {,

I, while intermeddling by the priesthood, be South side Market squArer (next door to Ver- 14th day of August net within the legal hoursof lag about .5O0 acre IOOre Or : .
Kfaay relieves from monotony; our expanded true. It administers a stern rebuke. stille Luff born era Shoe Store,): sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided in T. 0. HOLMES. ,' 't cr

lakes und rivers abound in fish, and our Savannah Go. of the following named in and to ,_
The the
I people of two Sicilies have length terest persons "AdnuDJatrato. i ,, ,
i vootkingpuuc,-combining at once beauty with triumphed over the King. A form of constitution U" Orders from the country will be promptly certain tract of land known as the Arredondo Jacksonville, March. 4th, 1848, - ', '. t.to

utility. has been agreed to founding a liberal leg> i filled at the lowest prices. Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereon w f+.
islative Roman Catholic I H for the State and county for the 1$47. NOTICE ;
representation. The March 1848. ly year .
With the Atlantic on the one (hand, and the ,
religion alone will be tolerated. and all cost and charges for the advertising and SIX MONTHS after date,'I snail. pr'ese't' m-.t' r f t

Ctlf of Mexico on the other, the waves are our Lord Palmcrston has signified to the Austri- NOTICE sale thereof, to wit: 8 and vouchers as Executrix ofth r; ; ,

mints, mid the winds our ministers of trans JVn Court that any further armed intervention OF JUDGE OF PROBATES OF DUVAL The undivided interest or portion of Blood Estate of Henry Barnard. Jrlate of'Dnval. : ,
ortttioD. With the climate and products of with the Papal States will be considered bye COUNTY, TO EXECUTORS, ADMIN* good and-Tho&Tilleston.} county deceased" the Hon:.1&dg-of Probate ,,t, .
t Great Britain as a declaration of War. ISTRATORS,GUARDIANS,AND OTHERS The interest of.Charles As Jarvis saij 2rUnl/Jn0 a finch aettlemtatt'of"sib '
! the Temperate and Torrid Zones situated at th All Executors Administrators Trtis The interest of Jarvis Estate > attthe t,,h ,
France is in a somewhat more tranquil condi- ;Guardians Noah same tim, ppJr t
tout of the magnificient tier of the Union, Florida tion than heretofore but angry discussions.continue ices of Infants, and Curators, are hereby order The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Letters of Dismission as nch11h eentn 't ;

gUnds unrivalled. for,availability of posi to take place in the Chamber of Deputies. ed to render an account to me of their respective The interest of Alexander Muir. which all persons iDter b id'1at, + '

tion. With extensive sea coast indented Reform banquets have been denounced as ille- Administrations Guardianships and trusts, The interest of Mordecai Myers. desired to takenOtICe. -- S'4T rl t }% '

an piL-andare to be prohibited in the future. at the April Term 1848, aforesaid Court;which The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the, HENRIETTi BARNARD Executrix!'-"a
with 1J"ynl l inlet, and sources of wealth in the 3d of 1846 and '47.' Jacksonville March
1 1 he health of the King has come round. The commences, on Monday day April ; years .
her interior, commanding the Gulf,und brought 1 overland mail brings intelligence rather more and all Guardians are particularly ordered to The interest of Ichabod Prall. c', __ ,as _

itt immediate coutaet with the communicationudtra4 I satisfactory than that received by the previous render an account of the ages of their restive peeThe. interest of Aaron Peck for they: sera Tax Collector's Sale wf"f ty 1

mail. wards, and whether they axe now at any 1846 and'47. : Monday the.8th day of
of the great Mississ'ind i Valley, Florida I May. .((1S4 )
and what school PROCESS will issue against The interest of Cyrus Perkins. VJ *
I Illflia.Tr.lde was still depressed in India, between the usual .h01l!'or sale oil thtt"d."Yf ;
apfcat designed 1 I.y Nature as the seat of t but no additional failures of English houses DEFAULTERS. WM. F. CRABTREE, The interest of Rogers and Price* Will be.BOld for the State .*ttd County p ,

Sotitlcj-u Empire. Restraiucd from accomplishing have taken place. > Judge of Probate D.C. The interest,of John N. Sayer. Taxes, so much of the following named''tract, :V' :?' '

her !cstaiy' by the protracted Scminole war lzerland.-Thc news from Switzerland Jacksonville March 1J, 1848.Administrator's' The interest of John M. Seaman of land, as,will pay the same am.all necessary

devastated this fair portion of creation docs not possess much interest. The Diet is Notice The interest of.the' heirs,of Wni;,Taylor. s .v r expenses,"viz:282 acres of land oft the St.JohnV'.
resolved maintain the of the the years 1846 and 47. River known as the Si; '- ""*
firmly to rights I Joseph's Tract, and' be-
Term of the Probate Court of Dnval
.t behold her now like gold refined by the fierylINeal country as a free and independent State. AT County a to be held on the 'first Mondayin The interest of Win.Thorn,theyears 1846 longing the estate of Waters.Smith{laooaerea '
appcariag brilliantly iu the galaxy of Ire ctad.-Accounts from Ireland are truly i. April n11t I will apply to said Court for and'47. of land belongingtoE.Pohl& Son;390 tcresbei ta -
The interest of John K. Townsend.The .
totes, acid uueclipsixl by older luminaries, af- distressing. Deaths from starvation arc stated leave to sell a certain female staTe named Jane, interest'of Israel Foote, longing Lindley TpddReturned by> W:A. Fofi. $ .

ttrpsstingthrongkthe various transition of to have taken place throughout the land. the property of the Estate of Priscilla:Mattair, The interest of Jesse Delano ward. as agent; 1000 awes belonging tbRPohl fc '' 1 ++. 4'
a Political strife runs high between the threenational Son returned by John KjngseMvmgfcnti i&t L
deceased fbr the benefit of the heirs and credit
1a{lauibh and EuglUh domination, to that of Territorial parties there. The subdividual party ors'of said deceased. ISAAC YARN, Jr.' The interest of Shivers Parker or 0. 3L Igor 350 acres belonging' to' (!ornelfuy/TayW ,.AS: *

awl State.government s, under our own from the Young Ireland are vehement in their' Administrator, with the will annexed. manThe Alfred the above land being within the"connrt of Do ... .,
interest of
Deforest M. Dor-
incitements for immediate to
l111Jer"aJ" an appeal armsagainst March 11, 1848. 4t Sheriff, aud ? j' '
England but reprobated by the other Ex-officio Tai Collector. DIG. '
With the straagcre blessing, and her chi 1- NOTICE. The interest of Benjamin ,L. Waite' .or 0., M.Dormari. Jacksonville Nor:,,th, 1847 ,. r,

drens' topes we Imvc launched the young hhipf I The Potentate and the Peasant.-When the Persons ,are hereby notified, that the mM

State, und nailed her colors to the mast, bearing allied army were iu possession of Paris it was ALL undersigned has been appointed'Admin The interest of Barnabas Osbnrn., for the : Orange SbcrUf's'Sal4..! =a '

the motto of Hn G and Austria and the King of Prussia to walk late of Columbia County, Florida, and The interest of Thomas C.Doremus Court forth county of;OranrtL' 7* at
ker sail,and steer her boldly on, for it now depends out In of these rambles indebted The interest of Rufus Davenport.The will to
incoit. one they were those to the estate of said deCeased expose public sale in front of the Court 1=

on us to guide her safely to her destineportthe accosted by u countryman of rather superior are requested to make.immediate payment- interest of James.Snydau. HousefalMellonvillein! said counrV/oli :"u"'Jf i'

haven of true greatness. Shall shettBappoiat address,Rho asked them to point out the way And persons! holding claims against said estat, The interest of John Rodman,.'for the years day the 14th.dal ot')' !* *"ne jbetrieeir, the z-

, < her 2 LEZ.Cu. .\. to thcTuilleries, to which the reply was thatthey are requested to present them duly, established 1846 and'4T I hours of 10 and 2Vclockj, forfy'cws and cal,v\ ., >.a,. }
were going that way and should be glad within the time prescribed .bylaw J or this notice The interest of Thomas Dexter,marked oh one mule, one yoke-of oxenj ad one ox jngm.,.:i '
of his company. The familiar tone of conversation -_ will be pleaded in bar. 'I. the map of.said Grant, .owoerJDot. <*known' fortheyears'i84Jatfdf'47. ': I Levied upon as the 'I x. ,
of the Emperor Alexander soon broughtout ELIZABETH SJHTH Administratrix.March : Speer,to satisfy said wriiVjtfitoslandfSSeS
Taylor in Ass Y rk.-The Albany Eve ,, v, ,J,
the to who after sometime &18. 2m The interest of Susan Murphy tor"the.'Cft1i5 thereon, bi' favor of,:Archibald
ling Journal it gives up Jen. Taylor.- stranger converse, 11,1 / : HJCofe As Ppo- k
seems *
'H* *' *< ;r '* {
and 147. >
Here is its renunciation. taken from its sheet of asked to whom he had the pleasure of talking 1846 ? perty.pointed out by defendant-t Q '; tsonrJ t 't+r
the Sheriff's sale.1'By The interest of H 1iy Dudley fdr the'years .. .
Friday las 1- The answer was, 'I am Emperor ofItu.sia. JOHi1.ItPSON. : y r
This seemed to his belief Hsirl virtue of a.writ of'-fi.; fa-r issued out pi f 1S46and'47. : ioherift'O i ;
CA. TflyI..Jt $.-It is scarcely necessjirjr stagger : e e\'coantl. a
the Superior Court forthe District.of&StFlorida The interest'of George' J. P Clark for the Mel1o : ..'
asked another "And who : tl1Jt Febtuarr J.i
that*e should what has so often been pray, are you, J.9i1 4S 4t' '# +
repeat ex . :, ,
*'I the of Austria." "And for the County of Duval) I will se'to years 18-16 and 47.THO& r -I ..
hi columns that iu am Emperor you, .
Raid. oar our judgment .
public sale in front of the Court House in-the C ELLIS late Sheriff' ; '
Presidential sir? I am the King of Prussia This seemingthe ; -
candidates cannot employ them .. oTircE, .
Town of Jacksonville in said county on the -:: and Ex-officro Tax Collector t
elves climax of he burst out into loud : b -.w
absurdity a TCby
pare unprofitaldy than iu writing let- Is given tai persons concerned< !;itt ,, '
first ita October next between the for Alachua
Monday legal
teri and when the Emperorof |: county 'the i Estate of '
Theme to from Gen. Tay- laugh was going away, Zcphaniah ]
we publish day, T Kingsley/deceawL'
i I .
Russia he would tell them whoa hoof hours of sale on that.day certain negro female: February 19,.1848 6a as heirs '
wr,though consistent with all he has written begged \ legatees, devisees and credUorsv' that"' P
"Ob" said he "I ani the slaTe' called Chloe, and her child GeorgeJiakenin t t.} + they nc m : i11
a the subject arc neither designed nor calc was. Emperor execution" M the property:of Joseph B:Lancaster ,. Sti'e.:.011, rlOlflda.. .. : fmi"oL eerrtors of said Fstdet,.ti1 w ,
led to China!f; and then walked quickly evidently "" -j at thent xt the Canrt'nf: l v i
place him favorably before a Whig Na- away, to an-execuboflln fa-orofGot1Id= EASTERN CIRCUlTr-DDyAL',COONTY.The" < Pro te,r or!;:
tonal Convention. The.Whig National Cunt m i,- under the impression that he:was not to, satisfy. LED"Aug. a j", the Q)1Jitf.vunl, tb'be holden at> tkEOie :jS xr
tiol1 outdone.llabasraTate. Banks. & Co. THOft: .United States of America; 'v rifle err"the" first > '
will not need to beg for a candidate; nor be . 'j : f Monday etA riJ tteilr' tV 'i I
27i847. Sheriff &Cv\ .'-' -" .T.I #
.t"1-l'JtIP sent theiracenunts
ate suffrages be tendered to any man whrefuaes members of the Alabama above sale hia been ,postponed to withaId E.1iat.th4f' 'G ,,, ;
Whig nTh The heirs of John -
either to its nomination "t .McQueenApplication /* > you ben t r tf settlement ttf eCtEI'r IITtt A f '
accept -
be Legislature Jiave unanimously. 'nominated the 1st MondaVinJNovember F1' next..r Oct 8 "foi'the r. i.'
the ut' :
tthascjrf'land c KL C :1
of its :
conclude exponent that Gen principles.5We Taylor's friends can Gen. Taylor for the Presidency, and resolvedthat neM1 r is Jt praiejnntt!\the .*'' "'.on. Amelia land/1'' -'r -, 'f .Ii-' "- o ,''tb".tI\4110'. 1f 1'ZIi'a ... .VI! ,

twe little hope from the Whigs of thw Slate- it is inexpedint to send, delegates to the first Monday inpecemberji 8 .rT t.,,.,T "i.ljO'fP'nntallie: ')r-;.motion''of'C.:' :..Ton s J )fb rt cd:. 't HL" .t t.1. '' .'' n-1 1 D/,11 t ik 411
National Convention. The above
mt there waa a short time since.a very strong Whig first t Monday T in January.sale next:jpostpttiej) !Dec 10'""'' U States: Attornep 'for"the 'Ngrtheft#D. .-,JaeksonvilleFeb. .. :>.12J&t&L. ... '. a'.o ;AstL ar'd +t

d position to thiuk of him as candidate, a- A lady sent,to.the late Newark !meeting, MTh'e'above' sale is postponed until, the first, tri i of the State of Florida; It, .Is hereby.,6rderTrected ;;;' ""' 'r t J".I 10iJ. .G7
110 sale of the efficient the New York : .. '.I' \ihat'.th 'surPeyaei'etofoieant -di : ;":urosh
most '
] a flag made from the silk petticoat of, one,of that e Monday inebanetrt. MJi J 'IBIS ., thiscases $
hr mOf : d. +
"g politician*, there can be no doubt; b handsomest girls in New Jersey. Before the The.aboveeaheirispostpmred'ant* 'VwL* t4J'be'il1; ofthe ijands'iftforesaidj te returned Y&Dd'.fet t tF
t JS- ,4Ie. .L.ft1 '
cPJSfph we have quoted is an indication; Mexicans ,.could take.that'(ai one'of the Ift Marc"'ext *'dx > 'on'the;21hUd ;' Apnl.riexit before .c1 toilistriDat3eta' hat waPiDSt -
t paper first Monday "e 'filJth
the Estate /
-f -9 1'(11 :rf Jaceh it
Ti- '.7 ffic at lI S ilaekisonville'ii ritteo
another Court town
.'vir r7tlBOir looking to quarter.- ?)r tlicre'wouldbcanancommon'bustleit a boa t r .Tne abo' sale.ia. postponed. nntiT "; "h" the pf -. Columb ,
Eettitz I oaBt1d d-:3tteer "l?, .C-? i A
P9tt. first.r M6odadif APri1'next.t" biarch l 1,: jsaid County'ahd 4hAt'thjrn Wrtof{the rreby ti. ,
as given lJut'iletters
conn ination or rejection i of the,said stirveyrb lesfcunentary on the Estate t
>HaI MlltUa Claimants.iririlHE 1 set1 fore Lfiearing'at : to o'clock. AT, ""of tUBiaaldideceased, were granted on the +' ;
&ifpttd Murderer Helen Javetl. A. 'lSt r them ltlodits-An ;
: of up exchange : "i.Jrh' 18tJuJa- tea
fwm non-commissioned bffieers'and prmtes' M. of said day: and: r'o1 r(r Uuit'atUh7same ., Janmry/lWSyby t.Pol
Florida, in the N. Y. Tribune, oonw the following touching harangue delivered ina bate for Mid
t the ,Ju in Captains Bush;;Pric,tind Suarez tonfc*; : time,and'place, tticro,shill.bc:a. OBtT.f Colmnbca-State of -*- '
following: late menagerie scene: ", Mounted Milithfor'service in the! 'hearhthetlppltcattot -of United :I andthatall claims -i aen ri/s will be hi? '
pani sFlorida : theq 'j,
Robinson }
P. of Helen Jewett mcmo- ,This ladies and gentlemen, is,the.,_natural ,1 red'att endrsdivra'" : tere
iCt8 Stated for { the V :1tW.dq1) d c
ry yearsls3s-9vtbohtarenotyetalgnedtbfin; t n fiiull; derr&> \ onveyaico,of I' erat M
|wnconvinced. in my own mind his chosen kangaroo-the animal what approaches to man L ** n*'aa3dldteraFestamen ew
a I relating to their claimXin the bands the t'emisealdesertbedtu.thetr fc, olio' fp tJle., _'jJ
Earl papers; t
"sting pUce here, in"county West second only to the baboon ,it skips about with andttade r
11ori 1 ; I do without therein ineptione3 ah lb ttsapptotr'ro'rthui hat ti 'bfir
b. A of the igriedfll'i requested td ,sfl purposes se1'fo ,rt e ,.
man bearing his name died much velocity on its hind,legs of. which it hag I all N t
to ere young ,. delay. The' to be'signextai) left"with' 'fbr i cb'foth rand heir:,orders and'p pcrao $ eonctrne .m..rt.. ei xcK( Utl
not papers
long since. He kept a small drug I two, from rock to rock. It woUld, be.muchmore claims aM demand 9 against the sad) To
and C :Pons'nt.tbe-Post;Office-of may'be sigifiedat ingSj'as Utff) hatureof 4be(;case"nTiaVrendcr.7nei: :. : estate eait
daealsl was rcry recluse In his habits, stu- like man if it hadn't' a-tail' -but,this defect office. sj 9'>fti> *!*'GRE ORY TAL'BW cessa.4ata''d'It'iafifai'tlter. brd 'Tbat;. : b rendered C Th'fJfDDJt n:peil'er at;tltelejdtMinetwl'
avoiding all mention of home it remedies wi much art, It curls it my ,. "
tri 'Ii hiss or gently ,1 AgeittDttraittCOtnptinies' ;, ppoftliWorder'b4 b1WiCdtlii th farovillel'a 'Sj J AWT"air. "sM it11 \ >
After his decease his little stock of its waistcoat, and nobody is !" *' "
pocket Jf j .1 4r' THOMAS'liTlfexTER
any & .
= Jacksonville, Hareft 4,!848.* tf ''edso"milli tfie'dayjaupoiiu; ,'foe the,
t'ai'1C1pe1tas .
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divided among the county the wiser It. feeds principally,upon, what he st.id 1fe3rifg! :,;_.. j,,, } ': 't .t : ; > t4 JOHHA.SUMBRUS6ROBERT '; ,,.
peon -
15 ??*** was no claimant for them. I can get and is found..in the island of.Borneo,' a, :.1?' i CJi !s Nod ,vi ,'!tS4'i; T t.1.. THOirOtJGLAS Judgeofthe" J v' > ; .

12f! from some letters which were left that which i kayo a brother who was,born there rim 1.,. '.4 :LL persona' indebted to)tie.Estate of Pred-; : I-Eastem ClrcUit"ot the, >,te-ofFtoiiel a- J ?;lr. W-JUtp'l.

J'r7entl ifeawaaoa had sought .toescPo from the I self.. My brother has often see?.,the_rkangaroosaswell 1:1.. < Le! M>: -Bice.deceasedlPt, itq U dI\\,tc: r 'l 1 MarchllthtA VI.A.J .,.a lttW: % Afn. O ,1;".J':Fe c.. .,.,5trI. -, ...t111o T .t.l.j--
persecutions of unchnritable lindj 11
make immediate
an as myself feeding upon; byjthe e r :payment ltO f therfsubscnber,: I
uaf"rg 1T ng world and that buried here in" sea-shore. admiring the ;sweetness of, the meat. and all persons, crMitors,,orJegaiees,;Baling. t tT4AUs.8W 1iD :! .) 1 J.'i'I" | a/ trl' .9 "|ttj.igte'Jrs} ws.**** *4 .33f>'" l J

4o"lthbob15CuritJ': } he wa striving live and shaving,themselves. 'with.l6ieshellawTh" ; S demands against the_ Epate of th deceased, are T13Ezbttxe Re1;will Ije paid:for rptemmt: A;'HOTJSE6r4itf it &

ri'1.iCi}. past, by an even and exempla- kangaroo is reinarkable for.hiaTalise, which-;lsa notifiedJto; present them wUhp to deJay,'tithe}'=. aOttzPPa'e; h onfAzidJiaf edeuvery'io'ma.of ; lf] ter f'ji bStuSH1J

htsnn 4 The .country people speak kindly' .of natural, decavity in hisibdotaeni; into,,which I wino their claims anixdemands wilt) be barredatIthcv toy.ncjfrt:min'CHAHLES?or thit O tf aPPt td Ji& 0. rote ..

Thtte lute and warmly cherish his memory.-- he puts his kittens awdis'e ciedingly portable.These 'expiration of.two r yea> ifrosn the,'date lh.bfpUccilJn--Jailrrthat'I F pl t r M.:-t st Augustine J.

un but *>are possibility of my being mis t-,_ are the.Q uinca.pigsjj/roin i ..the.f land,ofGuiu&i ,' hereot3i.J ;.T.PHILiP. .1m.ALB,:Executor. can get him. '' J.f to J3tmLESQN-'m. r I'I'Jji 1-u./ix : 1.f'TJ lQ A H..QLV..

lbcsimilitadc seems too striking. both '; tlicyaroasye owasgulne tk. dh. Jacksonville,")larch 4, 1848.31 .t St.o't a f February, 10., lS48.; 2t.t131 tai 't' "dj1 iDf',1iihttijimllot : tI


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b.- nl nn CSUTLIiiBESOLD .'JII d' '? J; i1iIs.'t'VNskits.; ;' iuW- E'1'J'It "': !
ti $30 REW.r'I D. Colu .Ii.tttC 'iI b dIPrc'a;', rtN'i1Jec1'j, IPleU'itiVi ti i lkno1l1edJdns itlIOOET -e.
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; nrtHE above reward'will bflrpjaidfortheap- t', 1n1h'e fist r ,MondaY Ul:4.'o dHciuse ilJH 1t .J.k'.i.1 ; iltTr'.: 6tr.r U u.. hj tttfj:"f (J {fitt4J. mending. it to the'p\ib1i&tOJ'i '
JL 4thewX jf MarCh fAtD'ls48ilbet ; ; '
prehension;if ; :Ettbank8, who is 'r. ,. ;4fl# x pu'.'b'un'' oUu--tI_ 1 ffPf.f&J.. ,
:hi:, charged with hol c-t uirig< dij3ther crimes. ii ;th. :1ToWlt t'1A11 ga.tot; thbi hi'Jeg, .4XMr"*.rE. ,$$'ESSE.., ,. VH.JW'A. six times;cheaper, pleasanter, an&warrante su'Slf 1' ..ba lt Auir... J i84. Jt-"Ji..' JG.l'_ -'; .
houn folloid tihri&g :j *JTi4 '' '
.. The said EuMnVa J lejVltLLs::County about the ;th& prdp rt1i tTI !neMOJ.'aO any mId. 1 t welt di3eaes."it out XOjfq7'11 8.A.NDf4 : .
\ ? JM%*' ""**"* iTL rr"j*'*TJt $NXJtJ jsl !lt1iI"1'c 2a $jL* '
..t first of May last 1\nowbelieved tOt be in A-STBAM SAW 'MILL near'dolumbusylwithits I, A LLOW.MB to-callyoTirjaWenwon.to one ofiGJLythe rnd::f'df.J' fiifi. 'fiklJilittii., 'tJH( .. 'Ti1sEir tS:.tr fSSsSS
nachinerytand t. !4 .tL''j ,4
_; East Florida. "H ': ;.J engine, bpUersyBawband' .greatest}and mpst j m.edicines \t4et. .1"1 aate1 (era. ..'3..J., m H fitiG9M& '!saE
Said Eubanks is about 2 f or 28jrcars pf. appurtenances;**and:eighty JCreS ulandUIJfl t.tl is A A A?O .4. Iii'1.CU B 'EDlciJ.N.. fe.loh
., age, 'and"being ever discpyered.; ; lt. .tqJuI r.iL .. <> : d t(: td *1. iHCr
rather gp1are clade.( r6ad across tue'stiouWers, 'which' said mill stands, lying"situated about two, miles: yogmth, t} ng r ap.dJ1fSOp.t ,.4, lqe t{. !..Ln. "..,. .t. ,an'4 snperlon.o" '\ ;.. j t hiJJgth' Ua1 perioJ,:'thcti;'h1

hr about or feet in, height, rOd -or sandy'hair,: in the cpuntyof Columbia, of Coloinbus but Ijlay .orftygu;the testimony;of.the.mpst .aatarmnover, : I :, L.'c.t"'l-rt.P..f.l.. .".tj. f es is.'- "ttl'J. era" .r ;ft hould neglect to ''take','as iti C \

t' shoulders stooping. 'face round,' complexion East* Southeast' from* the Town kiah'M respectable families in the .United Stages,most. u'1l" ,,'h"uicas" lSea:5A1".d.7)T..wTlm"O.I..rt ra t'l..l. e. y .,. ventive for any of the"bumero' "J JI'i

11 light or sandy;and.Dlue eyes-complains of his ,!levied 3upon as thC property'of of my CBrtifirftti'ir mt frfrmHvto &becity.ot.sa.ftft.hV.1 .\ i' "yrnntin'ued. ',1\ -t"z ., 1J. .rrLtJaJ't 'r't(' I1ieaWs tOeofIifeJThI fWl1i Ji'lfemaJri"ilt, aIMI

,.: breast, and ku a cough that causes hoarseness Nash and Merrick' Barriesf'to\.trOm, Columbia''CircuitCourt Batiitr-a'wrl'tol g"' IlH-g .. ;W.. .ld' ?;.c&eaflsean, 1O'J'if'< ,ren.j "'.- ,_.,'.\.i- .1consum .'to'-. ,peridevers .,"
Fie Facias issued _
: -dreues genteel, and when in this neighborhood ;' where the.MedIcineis. d w.t.1I great and as.itelft .tlf1." r.fr U 'H.1tW1I can : 2i' 1 yearaIyzg thi
'1 passed himself off,as a Cumberland Presbyterian in favor Of Archibald IloleJnthe&B.) > toniabbJg JI iLl.b.i'rm !.. oronocztti : mponhcercomp1Mn : .eu nluable for those who u

.. Preacher.-he also professed belong CoTeand George W0ole,partners,1&. c.J' vs. flexekiih P rio ,. any other. Medicine for the core, of 1 'G ."... 1dugisatarh. Mtm'I. rimhbOO; ;a1ti1thbl 1a1it ( .
,f. to the Odd Fellows Society From the account 'A. Nash. 'i and:Merrick!Barnes. :' Fever and Ague: which.,it wilido in'the very I'I. .tm rbl s r' 8sll the h :; aJ1J byq keniDg odzIiidy8tdI7I. .
1 I'ALSO I i 1 ; f .
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4 given us. the said Eubanks was arrested near hoz4space f welve'Ho .I/.t b9ever been flushnigh. i'lim: llhis'medi. .
.t, Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his miscon- ALL,THAT undivided' thirdpf undivided situate known UEiieff i a4*certain cure.tiThe, ",u "orpro" &;I.; .":-1'r.' .all.the.diseases,to,which.women:are wlS? 5Itjbracwthe
fourth of those sections of land lying "
... duct; and, as he passed himself for J. Rober- two Medicine is.,a harmless and a tasteless .'one, : toniti D i oJ whole system-reneVinS._,t
soayhe brought to Montgomery by the and being injhe county 9pgluiiaFlorida which wi 1 yinaU6"ittlxe'mbsti'popular Medicine- I .',t- 4br'i "w-'in'i4e- >fc'?&i7 c.Hl;' ": .>, .- eiitlytheImpuritiesi' natural*energies" -
f -'h U
of fractionalsection 'ii a 4
t t Sheriff Benton County, Florida, upon thee known as,lot number Ave fpnkj in the Southern.,States." 'The,MIiC1OtaInc 1,1:1(} ,(;u '.'h".;a.. .',d ,?' bt thfrKody-not _o: =.
uppositod that he was Jesse Roberspn, who twenty-four,. township t number I 1 thiaI! earat1on"hateer.'but is:a'cases t.t.tlJh c u.. 't. the system aasia product a .
> i 1.14':1'100 trllt. 'i 0UC attbaeJII.
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.eleven hundred ': .il 1 '
number :
and who broke jail range ,'contaiqingn& iitl S8 etd :"dM h'tO lahteri ;
was charged with forgery, h g t cun: ln caae of
ywcfttfjUis most
: J'
ia 1tontgomerylast spring; but, as proved and eighteen acres;.and lot number,six,township -: this Medicine, is a.4yaluablerepratiof4as.1t'fift II I t Probably, Eero eye ifii a.remedy that has for,1 female weakness anoVdiswse.: ., *. ."..., &,

not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set liberty: and range as,above, .contAiningone/hun.. '1''w.: 'l' '' u' peen so successfu in 4speraecaaesofconsumption I DISE2tOPHEE4fl1 .

'. ', and we have reason to believe he will make his dred and fifty ,thr e acres; .also.all: those lots' 'JLCUIAAJTO'CtAlY VAAUC t :J&loSt .; f .tt"d".1 as. this Jtcleansea'arid. 'strengthens the I f .j7 *;? 'PllBEaJNDiJBOP8

..r-: way towards East Florida, as his health is(such of land in the.town of Colunbus,?iz.trrlpt.number .<.. :done is to Jake the ii'eai frl ;nd to go tQ work. i ystem-" -> -g, and lxvf.fi.appears.IT- to'ir. heal thTulcoiitLe' a'-: Ii.1 i lb. \

: as to induce him to make his way to a'more. forty-eight,lying,situate and being between :To, thetRela i tp''if"P avaluable"MedIcirie, I lungs, 1"d"1i. r e patients I*graaually' > ', ",i regain.'V "'cI *.*.their-' I v: 5 TOWl'iSEND-De rrjt.vjuujnij.22LuD fftv. '
Broadway and Cypress streets, and between i ii a1iJi i l" ,:"hr. ; : r'. r III
:; ; Southern circuit as. iidoek'hot confairi ariy mercurial or minpreparation ffl1 an ,. ; been afflicted with a disease ttl1e IA
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SAMUEL S. SMITH. fourth and fifth streets, fronting; on Broadwayone whatever and is4 therefpreta'safe'I t 'd. ;
h cvOPAS PcQ3UTIP.ciri jritfttfk terrlble'ripttirefof over fiftS
',: THOMAS J. SMITH.IL hundred and te'n'feet, andTunning; back to ;Medicine for those'who are1 liable"tbj eXpO; ;i'*..: 8 ha
I s scarcelyLaday5passesbat area patepartOf'.tbetjn* *
j ; Sk
lot I
:.R. J. HARRELL; Cypress street one hundred and -fifty feet; ': bei do not let have to tui'i _.
von me
:" t. number,of es/q fJ Consumptionr reported usToiisend's t9 bJ i hl 9 ,of $ '
l' .. Cahaba Ala, Sept. 18, 1847. Nov 26 number thirty-five,lying(arid (being between !oftenhas Wi1t wIveRisene tS'ceifiiTes, &c. .i.r: cured by the,use,ofDr. Sarsaparilla.; tenpe of the h.ert, hich has _ffi&
itreets between ;
Pine and ..and second -
Magnolia :
already proved 'itself to tie!what I say it is i Sln.gt and>ha -
i r/ Court. Pine street Theewiugecenlyrecei'ved: ::\ .iy.i r3oP frequently bfeSJJfe
and third streets on
fronting ;
r. and th"test"pfdof'is?every'y'is irecoinmending jliT9w jr For the' last leave rheibcdr The1rap'treiiw twS2i
l BSP rJ3f8rhS f ,
EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR hundred and ten and running back to -
I one feet; ;itvTo Tie th'e''only1"cenanan3'speedycure'forthe wit' ILDd !
t.p COLUMBIA COUNTY Magnolia street, one'hundred and fifty,feet;- three yearsrl l'have,:j been"afflicted general &ever! Shewed alaest every jJjJ3v
FeveVandAgneV AH'yoti.'hate to'' bljity} and nervous consumpUon pf the last such casea.Wlth. but btU,.tenrft, S?
In Town ., '
? 4 tinnier Chancery. six the .1.
Sarah ) Lot number in preentplat4said 't; -:thln1is' "
dot J'.kki i r'\YI h t r'-\o\MIl .
f' had -
: stag and did not expeqt to gain iny.healthital taken kutlpeoftle2"Inedidu : '
.* in the lot ; eyer (1ou-
vs. but comprising .original'plan" number lemedy ;
fElijah HunJphreys7 for Fev'er7arid ,innd.. After of .She 'f"
Bill for Divorce.IT ) gpm'gthrbngHi'a course medi4cine ? in.entirelyrellevr
) four the Easternbank.of tSuw D- ?
.Huater lying on "
of course, tObe fcon\inc.OOJ101trftilltry; it, at under the ."of theinost distinkuisheU of the'neart' and thr t
care some of -, W.t
; been made to to the satis- and said ; rapture' .
fronting on riverfiftyfeetand
having appear nee river ,
least I hop Here is offer to Planter .
that Hunter and Lot !9 my : any regular physicians and members of,he.poaI" tirely diMppe recJ* -_rut -4
the Elijah hundred feet
J (action of Court running back! one ; : f'
: ofJ South'q CaroKna:who will either call on Docfc She has J
Health ework elsewhere also had the
; of and
the1' the above named re- half of said lot m ;; dropsy .and
Defendant in number western ,
It cause five being ,
: ? P. MC, 6hen,.o'f: ,Charleston, S. C, or p1ysel,;bt hlltLspeiidiD'th.tlie ..most my.earnings in at. mu4 swollen. We had'to I A'tJ i it
the '
e.e" eides out of the State of beyond fronting on said river twenty-fiv feet, arid run I'
the of$ ,arid either wil
city ayarinah ,of us !ljj '
,>*. jurisdiction of this Court, On.motion. of Washington ning back one hundred feet ;. also Lot number. : tempting. to regain rny.beatbdafter: reading -, besp tien"fiooi ns'sKe had luch D pJicat i I
.for twelve and if it does cure"ten
enough not
tcuses. in of I resolved of disea ;But.it
some our.Sarsnparilla es.r
Solicitor for the paper. y 'hui8lltraDgt
; t M. Ives Esqr. complainant five, being Eastern half of said lot, fronting ijgjy '
I said river twenty-five feet and running back out the twelvewe,: will refund the amount, to try i!; -4 using six bottles. 1 found. it pear ,.relieved hereof.the.di'cpsy.1j :

.. ti u Ordered, That the said Elijah Hunter, one hundred feet; and Lot,.number six, front paid I have for it.directed.. ..You are. to- seethe Medicine:taken. done me, great; good,,and all d.to see ,you;atyouroffiqe that this statement Sh so.strange. a0'a1fVl'l eir'
.- and the as ; .WW ut7.adYl e I kept un and, Q almost. } fictiorij; built is, nVvw l"el .
complainants back
i be required to appear answer ing on said river fifty.feet, running one the rains during )IO_
: bill complaint, within four months or a hundred feet together with all and singularthe Owing- heavy tthe past ; ithetiilFth nn1 you fOryour ad fiCe. I per- reality Your Sarsaparilla is'cert Jil: 11
summer, and which still continue, all the lowlands I s iri't k him eero iii Sarsaparilla arid should
.: Divorce 1'* confesso will be taken against :' buildings on said lots. Known in the pre- ,1; be'used by er !.
That of this are u under-water which'.willcansea great able-to attend .to my u labors for the,last one.that, is suffering we have been.
Ordered a said lot number six with
i". And'it is further copy sent plat' of town as deal .Ita
of disease Rice Plantations
rt Order Uly certified by the Clerk of this Court, all the appurtenances thereto appertaining,said on the : it four months' 1 1d'IhQP. by,the blessings God. disbelieve this account, 'they are:!it Hbertr,j
will be
to your advantage tp procure ascertain arid to continue health.It .- call al iny bouseand'Yours
in printed within house your Sareaparilla. JUt have ocukr'deaoiair
published some Newspaper buildings comprising a dwelling forty .
.. : the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a weekconsecutively feet square, two stories high, a store once occu. to and either speedyremedy of ; you.can: do sp.byapplying: helped) .'me beyond.the'expectations of all that" ,respe tfully, I i& 1'V ;
Agents or myself. ,
\ for four months. pied by Loud and Sadler on the lower floor, my knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 J f
DOUGLAS REMEDY FOR FEVER. Orange,Essex Co.N.J., Aug..2,1847.
I THO: Judge. with piazzas above and below also a buildingused '
the AGUE.. Slate of.Nero Jersey Essex Covnty ss.-Chas. JJYSWSY.
Clerks Office, Circuit Court, as a warehouse fronting river, seventy ::1
:. } The Medicine is for sale by ,the following Quimby .being duly sworn according to law on: No'firiid or lidine has I
'. Columbia County. 'five feet in length, by thirty feet in depth, named me e>cr been ducw
; L' SmkiNC SCARBOROUGH, Clerk ofsaid Court, twelve feet between floors and out buildings, gentlemen, who are the.only; agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so'nearly"'resembles the gastifc7orsaljvajn
the &le of the GREAT SouTHEaN1tE1EDy .where
true to:the best of his and'belief
doliereby certify the above to be a true copy kitchen, smokehouse, stable, &c. Also the it will be found either at w'liblesale or'retail.Country according knowledge decomposing and Itrengthe:
:: of an Order duly made and entered of Record South-East quarter of the North-East quarterof CHAS.. QUB1BY.. the organs of digestion as this preparatioalf
in he above entitled cause, on the 25th day of section nineteen,and the South-West quarterof merchants- will make a handsome profit Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange Sarsaparilja. It positively cures every o V
:: by selling this medicine.. ,liberal discount
;. '. October A,P. 1847. the North-East quarter of section nineteen, the 2d A gust, :1847.. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howenrscTf'J'e or chronic.r'

't Is WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto Township one Range'twelve,'South and,East, 1 made. to Planters.,. &C.W. by HUMPHREYS the'dozen. Address Jr. .Justice of the* 'Peace. ,BAN DEPAKTJIE.NT,'AUBAST, May 10,-J8411
and and caused the seal of -' D.Towl'SiI! : ,1 have been
set my containing seventy nine 89-100 acres; Also aii 4
I [L.. S.I aid Court to be hereunto annexed, this West half of North-West quarter, section nineteen I l\IeclicinesChemica Wholesale arid retail dealer m Drugs, ,2P! CHILDREN SA V1D. fprrseyerjl: .years with dispepsia iti, rtn

25tU day of October A. D. 1847. Township and, Range as abore, contain- ,I; : ,-Perfumery, &&,. Very/few/ familie8"indeed'in fLl tre, have' form,attended with sourness of'stoniicLlai

I.: I. S.SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. ing seventy nine 81-100 acres, AI o'the SouthWest i I SAvASpfAU.: i ; GA. not heard' pf'pnethatused'DrVTpwriserid's i ; or appetite extreme heartburn, iridipaversion <

'. Pet 29, _4m_ quarter of South-East quarter of section, THE 'OLD- 'PALMETTO$ 'STATE. Sarsaparilla' in time lost any children the j.8tsummer.whJ1elthose to all kinds of.foodr and for eb
and above. that did not sickened and (what I.could Kit) 1 tare been unable to reMa
Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern township range as containing thirty A VOICE FROM! SOUTH CAROLINA. : below is'con- *
AT a nine 90-100 of the died: The certificate we publfsh. but a small portion on, my atenach. .. I tried tk
seventy-five acres above I '
acres *
-I '. Circuit Florida, held at the CourtHouse lands being under cultivation Also the 1 SOUTHERNERS The foUowin :is from. yI, cIdsive evidence;dfits v:blue, and IS i-only another -. usual remedied, but thoy Lid but: littleBra

t ... in Jacksonville,Tuesday,the sixteenth interest of Loud and Sadler in a certain; 'bridge J. S. Farr, .of Graham- Instance of it&V1I3 the lives' of chIldren: effect in removing the complaint. I WMis&eJed.

J : day November. in the year of our Lord, one. across the Suwannee River; connecting Columbia -' yule, S. C: ''Pd. T v.ksb-rtrDiar Sir: 1 hacIiiw "chiT-' ,about two JB8nthM since to try yourZxti t

*, thousand eight hundred and forty seven, and Madison counties said interest being Mr. William Humphreys Jr, t drcn cured by your;Sarsaparilla'of (he summer'complaint'aii of$ur puri la,and I must say, with Kttlt can

'. Present: undivided, but estimated, at one' half or one Sir;.hand. to you' the certificate of Mr.JE IfC. l'dysentery. j one was only '15 fidence, ; !but afttr using nejirly two bottleilluund

I .:: ,The.Honorable GEORGE W. McRAE, Judge. third of said bridge, levied upon as the property Watts, in favor' of your' Remedy.for Fever'and?I months old'Knd: !! the other 3 y' th's. They were' uijr appetite'xesfeml arid tlje i'eirli ja4

: Henry .Bennett ) of John W. C. Loud and Henry R.'Sadler, Ague.;,he is.a man of, integrity;'and his' testimony very raucTi rducd l' and we expected they wpiild) eiitii'tlremOyEd, iind 1 would ca'rnei f W

vs. { Bill for Divorce. junior, by virtue of two executions issued from is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up"by:'two'.respectable': couiuiend the!use.of it'to those wLo, have 6eotsiiUieted

.' Nancy Bennett ) Columbia Circuit Court, on judgment of foreclosure ,Yours .r respectfully physicians.1: 'When .the doctor informed. jisj tKatwV'musV.lose j as I jhuvu-becn. .Yours, &c j
: : IT appearing to satisfaction of the 'ourt of mortgage, one in favor of Robert A. tt THOS.. S. FARR. : them, we 'resolved to:'tfyypurSarsapariila w. ) ..';. Z. DT."

( :" from affidavit filed, that. the Defendant in the Lewis 'vs., Loud and Sadler, and one in.favorof Grahamyille, S. C. Sept.,18th, 1847. : : we' had heard 'so much of, but had 'N. 'B: Pnretaye rieae.bat nci"s tareirwpi-1

:. f above entitled cause resides without the State Josiah E. Baisden vs. Loud and Sadler. Mr. W Humphreys, Jrn. ., little: confidence,:there being 'so much stuff advertised pers that hide the bottle completely'MM have''

:. : of Florida,and beyond the jurisdiction of this i ALSO. Dear Sir-This. .is to certify that I have us dyourFever that is worthless:'but we are very I the written .S.PlOVriiSESD; 7

:'' Court, on.motion of said Complainant, by James THAT CERTAIN tract,or parcel of land situated and Ague Remedy with .success. I. ..th'lnikful.bne. wedid,76r it undoubtedly saved' Priaeipiil Office. 12S Fulton-at.SnnJiufldlng,1 j

.. I.. W.Bryant, Esq his Solicitor, in Columbia county and know as ,Lot obtained a, supply of it from 111',T. J. S.'Farr|' the)lives'of bpth'V'l I write this that ofhers'ronybe I N.Y-i Kfddingfc :'-. : ?.. Boston j Dj'ort

.' :.:, ft if Ordered, That said Defendant appear number six of fractional section seven. Town- your Ag nt.of this place, and, administered it. 'induced'to us.c.it. YourS; respectfully! &'sros'; 1 North !S* ol d-st. Philadelphia:

,- : and answer said Bill of Complaint within four ship seven South, Range sixteen East, containing to.my daughter j.according to directions J and I I t JOHN WILSON., 1 S.. Ikihcc, druggist. U 1'altimore lurol; &'-*

j I. ;: months, or the same will be taken as confessed ninety-seven acreSjle vied as the am-happy'to; state \that the disease left her In 'Myrtle-avenue. Brooklyn, Sept.151847. Richmond ; P. M. Ceken1 Charleston'
'I : against her. of the estate of Thomas A.Halliday upon deceased property the course bf'.h rt -#: hours, and her present "'* LUNATIC AYSLVM: & co..l H i hiirtrvM' t. New Orkaas: 105& tl,

: And it further Ordered, That a copy of this to satisfy a judgment rendered in the, 'Circuit, state of health indicateS certain.cure. .. < James: Cummings! Esq. one .of'the Assistants Pearf-st. Albany; Van Bn kirk, 292'cor.lif,'

order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, conrt for Alachua and Levy counties in favor Yours, &. :E: c. WATTS: I ixi'tI'e Lun Ay'slum.. Blackwell's Island is the Market; iind lirojid-sts.'Newark, N.J.'aix&!>f;
bejnillished[ in some newspaper printed within James Bradley next friend George W.Bradley GrahamviUe-a; C.. Sept.a4th;(.1847.*> i gcntlemabBpoken. 'of in'th'e following- letter, :' ,; prin. jial-Drnggists and Meieiantsgeoenl i ithrpujihout

the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of vs. Bennett M.Dell administrator of Thom -: .' "RHEUMATISM. the Unit four months consecutively. as A., Halliday, deceaseJ.THOMAS. AG NTS: M.,Cohen &' Co, .Charleston.. ; This is only pie of"more ihari'four thousandcases5 theCanadas.. AI'M..BLEED'Agent'J V

i, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said CGurt do hereby. B. FITZPATRTCK S. O; T.J.S.Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ;'W>/AliCarswell rheumatism that Dr.Towrisend's SarSitpiirilla -. Jacksonville''Fta&a8'Fcbruury2 ,
,'..Savannah, ,Ga.;. A.McI>ane & Co. has' cured-The' most severe' itfrid 1845 'r' -**
;:. :: certify the above to be a true copy of the order January 29 1 848. Sheriff. Jy .
: Jacksonville.Ga Shotwell & Gilbert Macon chronic rdicat dby; its ex-' .
:V1 made and entered of record in the above entitle ; cases arc'wcekly : '
Ga.;:Dorsey..&.Knott, Griffin' G vji\ P. A.Moise r : :
: cause in said Court, on the date aforesaid. trdordiitary'virtues HOLMES: .& GOMESSRS
: :' *_ .'" Ix WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto WAREHOUSE OF .LaGrange,' Ga.;' Winter & Epping, Columbus, BLKwELisTsLANp, St'pt.14, 1847. ; .

I!: i '. set my hand and affix the Seal of PRINTSONfrY. Ga ;W. Root,;Marietta;Ga.;. T. Patrick, Salem, 'l>n. TpWNsfeND-7r Sir: 'I.have suffered }'HOLMES ,& 'CO. --have;reawwl'

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;-: ,;J A: December, A. D. 1847. Sperry, Houston county, Ga..l: polomon Goodal, considerable 'of}the time I could riot:eat,-sleep. building forjne/ly Btcupied by tie.UDited Stats

I'.: OSCAR HART, Clerk. No. 56 Cedar Street New 1ork.LII Atlanta,Ga.; .William Can-Ja, >5ksonbprp, W. R. or f.orkj'; IhiiFf niost'distressingt'paiias1 andrirr'jimbs known. the I'.Government, Building. Tiflf,,

.. Dec. 24th, 1847. 4.m0' Anderson,.Daltbh;' Gal ; ,E.: A. BurchrHawkinsville. were'terribly swollen. I liaVe used havtj added to, kirstock, by the late arrrni

Ga. ;,\SAielPahnei; Darieri, Ga.-:cole, four'bottles'of youfSaraap'arilla,and they have' from New'York. full assortment of Dry Goo6

'. T&h Assessor's and Collector's JJ1lJ1D @N Lm1m, Prescott ,&'Co, Black, Creek) F1 orf Lightfoot; t dujjcnie.more than1'one thousand dollitw worth Grwcrie.s, Hardware, Pravisions, &&, &Cf'
:: Notice. (LATE LEE &, JUDSON,) &'Flnnders'l\Iacon; l.'Tl.*Mart*S.\V\mnah ; Cunningham -. pr.gppd-Iaia: 'si.much' 'betft-r:' indeed t sin' vrhsehtlicy I are.prepared ta sell at reduccl

: l t'J is hereby given to all persons having Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE & 06 LD lton6a.-J.; :H. &'W. S Ellis, entirely.'relieved/ "'You are;. at TiUertyto'usethl.Hforthe prices. f .",

NOTICE property within the county of HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLEof Macon( L C" .iSoJDavi boro'GiL; ;"'Wm.Hodes benefit'of the'afflicted. 'They hre now.1 prepared te purchase CotfooHidesJ ,

. . Orange, that the subscriber will attend to all which is devoted to the exhibition and sale ,.,Ban er8yill 'R.T.- floyd, Micanopy,. tours respectfully,' ;.JAMES! CUJIMINGS.Thitpr.ToynBend8 ;and other producei'6f the country; at tit

returns .directed ;to him. Address. to Enterprise of the'SingleArtitle of Florida t F. A.Poullen, ack80I1'll1e FlOrida;. .. ,, .Co..ULP: N.OT W.LZ ,, highest Market rates and rake;cash advance
I. ,East,Florida. PRINTED 'CALICOES.Their R. B. Daily, LaurensviUe,'8..0. *. 1 ..nsup iriJ .is d"the y- on consignments their friends in Savannai

r: ; sf VIRGIL R., DUPONT, Tax Assessor. For sale wholesale and retail by ry est remedy fo \.female compIaintstberei! ia andCharlestpn7orNewy ej k. "

. 0and Collector of the county of Orange. present Stock consists of nearly F; A..POl7LLENAg; nt iW.Jackspnville' ., disputing; ,;., thousands .n dJ thousandsi Pb j'b 'Ye n"new article of ''Wrought Iroa
! February 19, 1848. 4t '. One Thousand Packages, A liberal discount by the doz l. weak and .debilitatefl'jfem;! esjthat; were prostrated Plogh-.toivbCh'tbeyweid'respectfully. call
Embracing S me THOUSANDS of different October 8th,1M7.' .. the'attention Planters. *
Ht. q d'po ,_by.those.diseases to which females are, ,
NOTICE.SIX patterns and col rings, and comprising every -- f.1 subject were soon -inthq nJoym: nt'.of robust Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1848. tf ,

-ID ;? MONTHS after date I shall present my thing desirable in the line FOREIGN and .'AJ1ATJA, ..."HtO. ,1"T"-S'E\ ) f t.JJ. heal h. 7' '. ; ,. '. ". "

accounts and vouchers as Executrix of theest DOMESTIC.All THE ,Subscriber informs. .h lv.friends'JiEJIL'&nd. ;i4 'U .. .NewYpBKjSepL! V : 3,1847., :FORWARD- & ALDRICH ,

of Wm. F. Murrhee,late of Nassau county of which are offered for sale for. cash.or : : patrons that she has, opened,the aboye DR. Towws -ril flJp5ir; : ,My wife has for: $ .ATTORNEYS AND, TOlTNSlCtiOBS 4*' LAWi

: deceased to the Hon. 'Judge of Probate of said ;satisfactory credit, at theLOWEdTPRICby ;, ; establishment;with; eyrytviewitojthjeir th'e! last year .been ,!,ry sick;,'and in, .a greatly, ''Wir.- practice-" i in i'the'" several- 'Court'of laiir,

IlV1 ,. coimtyj'torla final settlement of said estate and thePIECE coJUfort. ,1n ng!*heJast.summe :she-ha4had reducedetatq; pt.health.r being.reduced; ,byT avajieiypfjCpmplai r arid'Equity/m' e'J tera.Circnjirof Florida.. '.

, r j j r1 shall at the same time'apply,for Letters of Dis. OR PACKAGE.- her,.house.,thoroughlyVj .ceiled :andi extra fireplaces ; ts jrach.as/emalesW :1" "b'.e'' > -wl. 'A: FoawAEi'< stAni1e:, ;

,. I' mi' a' uch Executrix, of which all per New Styles a e receiyed alwos&every day, .built, go that now she is abW,to offer_them; toj;, she got so bad,length that she was" riiirelj r4E\vts.,A 4'a icHJ NeTHJaasvine." ,,$. :. l'

I r 80* interestel in said estate, are desired to and many of thenV'are'goi' up for/our. JfJ1sales good and, comfortable accommodations warranting ;unable'to w 4 y8a?nepi) J?a 9 i .,
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tak notice. MARY' MURRHEE, arid not to !be found elsewhere. to give satisfaction:id all who patronise her., sh jComn inc'ed,.*uingj yourSampi iUaandsheimmediateiy ; ,.' .WM.>-.P.' ;.- # -t -' VV f < :
October,- 29th. ., 1847. Executrix.ADMINISTRATOR'S C- Printed lists of. prices,'corrected ''from Conveyances into; jeountry can be obtained,' began "to regain her stjceflgth,' ;.TT ifB1 rY:COUNSELLOR' ;'i

'r_ .. day to day, with every variation in the marketare here.. ,. ,' .Mrs. S. A. WJGHJPMAlk. her compbiints..left her,, and after taking several ,,1 :: ;.: ._ I 'f JacknrA1l.,.! !.. .., !,
- NOTICE. placed in the hands of buyers Palatka. Dec. JU>, 184?,, *<* !a.Ji3 ; *. 'bdtfoedTsheisrestored..' *Beiiig;.a'angnlareasel :Wiu atte4t4 any,busiaess.entrusted'to;

;. : NOTICE.IS.HEREBY GIVEN, that admin. Merchants wA\lbe\ ., b1e to form some idea of : 'lClrJontr..u. .J;' TOUT11ERt -:i ,thought itmightdo good:to publish'itShetrsed -: h ndiin'auy ofthe, Courts istaeEastem GrirFIorWx f fclt
:7 of Eliza M. Crich- the extent and variety..of our assortment whenwe i' a'number'if rerifedies that done'her '
: : CIRCIflI'bF': PIOflWA ,.'l3\z .1 _.,L T .-.!
the 2Sth June state that the value of our, usual stock .! } Ydursrespectfullyf .n
c: toncwas granted on 1847, by the of TN ANp'VOR ThE C OU OF' 'm OUOu'GJt'N" no good previouslyl'-'wa : ;
Judge Probate, for the county of Duval, State this OVE ARTICLE, is at least; :twice. theralue '" J'p"'iI J :!. : "'r.IN"'C"J'! CJm:z.u.q'j'' -'., .; ; JOHN MUJ. N,87; Norfolk 'F'ft1,.or _' x I ,tvtNG. _.,_'.' I H ,;. ,. s 1-01l'." ,:.f;

.. :.: of Florida. All persons, therefore, having the entire stock of dry goods,usually'.kept by I I"U'jti" ;":tHl {:} iU. to W'IH'.JI. t!'i ; ;::1.'\ nAT1'011NBY! A.T ..JAWof I

pI t claims against said estate, will presentthem to our largest :wholesale': jobb rs. This fact*...to-,I :jai'; 1t:;i rtsh:: W iBill fbr'IJi. rt: silT 1, ;': ..' ,holflfTO iTR ADtES : \ ; ac 1"' ) 'r- .':J cilD1W e..FltJ.
;!l ; subscriber within >time prescribed by law getherwith the fact" touj' ineans"arid ,r,1 (! r "
our $ 'n ii jl8"tlie'Sa. .T..E?'j'MA'*' JW3XcINE.Da ;WILL 'in all the Courts of the $
attention instead divided ljtio iiith ( jjirlJ5 t' -7 ;' I'-'j practice
ofbCing "
n which is two yean from the date of administration among a Vast: it'bi'aefd Tit/ib thor J t .TOWNSEND'S SAItSAr.UUt.r.\LI'a'a soverelgadedc&e "_ : > '
_ *** ** **%* a Circuit .
:Il ,or they,will.be barred, and those indebted variety of articles, are:devoted;iwholly, .to:OWL' ;iriam'edf! 'defendant reeiues 'ont or"tne"estate' orFl6rlda.lfaii4VbeybndI a for1incipient j wnsjajrijypn)"'andj i .- ., .
I_ to said estate will make payment too will render the advantages which we can'bffw' ; : tHe'jarisdiction'fdf.thistCoatr orli cenersii'prbstratioh of the systemno' : -AUGUSTUS aIATTOKNET : GILLETT ::1.

.. e1 A. W. CRICHTON, !. to our'dealers care that perfectly none who obvious"visit;;.arid.r' it5.:shall.: be' I !: rt.. *IV'= *. :; .fU"_ ;_', "-1'I matter: whether the result of inherent cause' AND CDDNSXLLOR AT LAW,

Administrator.Jacbsonvilb shalimeet with pur establishment. : < IT IS Dt1'P:1.q, P D1P.t9P ptr ea rl g. 6r causes.pr ecrDf. irregularUy.,'illn5sor, Commissioner of Heeds,of the State of Oeft*
29th 1848. any disappointment;. '\ J t' \ ) "
.1. January ,. 2m i -
,bee: oIiCtOfQr. r compWn4nt. OJU cldent.nn r'r: .
Our assortment is A ;neeticut,1LbIn and for.the,State 'Jlori&fc
complete at all
seasons of that th .sai4.James R.'Parish tbe I- betnorrsurprisiftg ttfanjfe'inyigorating ;
requested to } 'NOhT 7 ,
: S !; can JAnsolnu.u PLA4
year, LEI .j .,4VLE&; ;,.., (appear?and;answerjithe nplaants.fliog; ,. effects on the' hwman'frarije. Per'It'oOOthbth : ., .
P. B.-B. F '
; A..LL.Persons having chums against the es- ; 1 !, LEES formerly 'of the firiJi'of .complaint herein-filed; within.four.months all%eikncs8'and'lassitude,5 front1 taking it : .' S P tcfOPA /
: or & sons "
.,, I JOL.ti) tate of John M.Stafford,late of New,Orleans Lord & Lees, and late,senior,partner of the original J ,Decree Wttffcir&rfllfat&f* against hirn and l lI1ofeierjuuder'itiflui Il fl; ; W '
fi i Lt1Iwiuce
i14 La, deceased.will present them to the firm of Lee, i.Bre! ter,,fr6rii"whicHrcon4nection : ; ffJIT jJ1 BTHER OpEKHThat aC pyLbfthiaQrder J1C BTtT inunecliateiy 'i tri efa.the ,'
Br-V? p subscribers within the time prescribed by law,!! 'he i ithdrcwsoma, timesgo.h' i i "u t dnlyicerified" by,t : 1 i .*(** %fj Ai-'iK iw yLW j*.frithieIilch'is YYiASSSST .- J ; bitheiev al COUItaOthRI .
or they,will barred; and those indebted to edbusiness; In'! connection.with! .Messrs,Lee i' e.C.erkot..thi.s; ) tL''f" ." tern:Circuit of.Floriw.J."I.' .* : '-'
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ube puWUhed.inw> Te* T
jj< .printed'.withiAJ s1
; ; the.said. ,estate, will make payment to Judson'and'assures' his 'fi'iendathathije; ', .; he'tatecmmiorida once a week con- T-It'wilVn f b' ."beTeipecte 'ofM1,&#. *.br!?. J I. Jacksonville,!B.sFNon.26,1841'JOSEPH .. -'
'concern' shall have the ; "
: : t SUSAN STAFFORD Adm'x., same r.rninen in '
; JOSRUASTAPFORb -secutivelyfor monthsIjJoHIfW / delifeate' naturi to bhThit'r0CToiie1kVuttw6 ;J1B' S : ELQ.r: .
this':branch of trade which1 1 .
Adm'r. -
r formerly, distin, *t '.GEO.Wi'MAqRA Jadgept te h i a rif1J'* .d'tht_ .
Tampa Bay, Sept 10, 1847. 6m guishedthe' other two' houses'to'whieh.'he'bei: : .V-... .'- .SOuthftU.Circuit-FIa h" ; ft'beenWmtlt1_" d to us.-" 1'ATT01lNEY1 .' ;;courgu.oa. ,'AT .LJ..W'. ;
; longed. .June. .9:,, 1e47'r." .li. 'dl1 iJ', 1 U. '.1t'f i't 1 .'1A1eRiv r F1OfldIV ..j
; Administrators Notice. : ., / 'C1W of'sird Court, dool 'll '; J I _.,t .. : .
demands b. : ... ,; H.. .#" .. hereby'certify,the''t ,' )&::'* trtte'Vsppr,tf, tressed'b VakI 1&nd- gnTal jiebiUty,!$114iufferiuicontiiuslI f wt,..)Y\r&C.U" Jth: ''Several. eourtjiii, JJ.
,.. \ LL:PERSONS having against the WM. S. JiAWTON; f I:.J.. .t, anOril 'dU1yf ni;.nd*"enter:of r i.December .- % tn' by'. aIit 1mr-tritJ:1I( othes 8tMnlfot'F 'ld; bumJess'i.L" en
JEsiate.___ of Oran Baxter.deceased,will hand /I tte1itios.
th6i.boTe'1 ntitl ugefl1thouithzrcifof: aiffluItrecfld caesheroyur'j'and" ''to'hj eacwrn flCetWJth ptht
. ; Bavirigkiioirn J
them to the subscriberproperlyaltested in the FACTOR iNDjCOMI IS q M '. .
C .)ADZ1847.r..w.Ut,1'. \ tSi in dltb $ e alp t
I L time prescribed.by.1&w,and all 'persons indebted : 1. > .? v) *,Cbaflestoti,:SrC. K '. ::. t,1> 11ilwii SS W b plIJ mrJi' : h 4n !iLend 4 Ibrauch cases, l1iAT ,u- : :W.vcarei'Hth'dwpafeh : } V .!

.. : lIi, t. :'the''said" ':Estate.'j.requested :to'make RKFERENCES G.Jaud6n'Esq"4'near5Jacksonville : ._"I'r,4r' (tiu toet'' hlth't ed' 'l'iftt8 j P' .": :. fJ rr :ottle- b.f Ext t. -t b1is1ifdhimiell&tPAL1 .b1
: ,.: .. i 4I&t 'ent't .. E.-P. 'GOT; C.J/McDonali' .1 l :.t" : t (C0MMI8S10lf"MEB
,, ; G 'r c;M-; Cii1i tbebJg"h i i f 1 of 8aT aparila and followed thfe directions you GENERAmvtendt ft
: ;T;a HOLMES, Almrvv. ,. ,FurmanEsq ff Charleston,'* 8Cf: Jl'OD {P. 'H J : mtt'lUl1id ;rot Deiib&LU! nrJ 4'1!. youTVmerflna'BhoHpericxlitremOTedherroin '. i8ni'' b18n. ".ent f

; T.. ;.J of 0. BAXTER, Deceased.' Elmore,'Charlest6n/S.C. *' ti 1h" tr.fj 1 .11, f .1'i.\b'1tl: ( La.3'W. 1OX1LTS tilvm taf1tt- tOidch r't ':he !: r :Being L1k4cuibei'191'Ig4v "

JtefcravllU,January 7,184S. 2m I ; February 184.- ly-' '.W.v"fl'fJ i 24, 184't. : }'tf 1JF4.\.ao.ijLt grateful forHhfc5benefits3 she' iUd,'::1. take' : tIC

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