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: May 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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P Jir pet ,qutre, orteive 1 huts anti under.t : OUR ...; : : he.behaved*With ';jro" much 'mistaken gallantry i
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&.O"a'tr&uamitltil Ir"t the sdvertieteflt. AMESDMKST. TO,IE. BV AUTHORITY.Act .alien, could .not-be permitted to retain the,abtuar there are Whigs left in the\tJ'1.i .: : ,j
IT AJn-rii menlll not mark c until (IJrbid ,- property-a'tcrii: f hot
1inse'n" re luired.will Proposed and' agreed to by the third OencraJ As- 'l\8S.than three yCRTS shall be allowed 16 him George band, Ambassadress from f -

,I lid dtrgPfsr.. be for all announce- emh l ; subject the:action of the next General and Br .lnll.iM p as.iJ at the First, dispose" of such property and to coUt' 'and to I the French Republic, hsd an audience,"fester
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'FI"" d.lIars for 091l-.e. Assembly dcaaion .f the Thirtieth. C sajesa.-. ,withdraw the. proceeds thereof.-)ithon paying I day, of; his Excellency the'Minister of loreitn .
orr.anJitiatel Affair ATh'e
et for 811 Months, I : '10 00 AN ACT, to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th .to the government any other charges than those Wife o.fibUExcelleney. was present -
wl tl**** PCB. No. 23. during the interview. .
one 10 00 [ ] which, in a similar would I.
Article of the Constitution of this Mate, so : case, be paid by ininlizmbitnnt .
XlSfooterofAdtnini.tr.tion 5 00rPAli .AN ACT to the location of certain of the fS'dney,8nzith f-- '
; that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall change light- country in whi h such real '

religious notice will be inserted graini- hold their office for a term of eight years, houses and buoys. property may be situated o}"-'t'- .u- Not mly ispractised

communications\]\ instead of during good behavior. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Represent ARTICLE IlL 'eeonom11lo ,-but, it.is despisttiinid 4 ,_ :
personal .
.u'AU B.lminsaMe aver. SECTION 1. Be it. enacted by the &"ate' and allies of the United States of America The present convention shall bo in force for th idet1of: it, .is/connfecied,' ith'qacohinisffl i 4
b'Vharci-J I 'II Hvvse Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the the Urm of twelve years'from'the date hereof" disaflection! and
hill* for Jnb Printing mUle be paid on the of Represftitatiies of the State of Florida ; ; ,Joseph. EveryjockTia AP' '.
rr''l'rv..1 AM thl' wnrk."fa in General Asstmbfy comcned. That the 12th ,1'reobury is hereby authorized'antl directed to and further,.until tbe end twelve months af 'the aU where'a cormorant1 eribe perched Is

An rommnnir >nl murt be addressed to Clause of the f:h Article'of the Constitution of j chuuge the location of the following named ter the government of the United States'on the occupied by our troops has a governor,deputy

GiLL: # _& HAZZARD. po.u.gc 1'4111. this State be so amended as to raid as follows Hghi-nous.es. directed to be built by the act rthell.1St one part, or that of the Swiss.Confederation on governor, storekeeper, deputy storekeeper, *4 l4
viz : Thtt at the expiration 'of the present term session, to wit: From Tclless point on the other, shall, have given notice. .of its inten: and will soon'hare an archdeacon' a'bishop '

_1..ld' 11.8. M. IUcow.Packct Uoe of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, 'the Hudson river, to Tarrytown point-on said tion terminating the ssme..- -military colleges,'with't hirty.four professors .

with the exception hereinafter mentioned, the river; :from G il vest on IsLujd to Bolivar point; .This Convention shall be TaUned' and the ,4U at1Lgsqyenten.jgfls per annum being

BETWEEft S" Justices of the Supreme Court,und the Judges from Long island, in Savannah river, to the rahfic-ahonS'ha be exchanged Washington n,' 'half. an. ensign for each professor, willi every t'

B of the Circuit'Courts, shall be elected for a term knoll ,connected with Cockspur ,Island, in the within twelve months after'its, date.or sooner.,. species'of nonsense' ,' athletic sartor J/and plumigerous. i '

HANNAH & PArATKFLA., of eight years and shi.ll hold their offices for &.id rivcrj and,.t.hnt the eyicuo-y ottU 1rea- if possible.In A jut and necessary war Costs this

WAY OF that term, unless sooner removed under the sury DC authorized bubstitute i dumb be&ctui,' faith whereof, the respective Plenipotentiaries country about JE400 per minute.:whip cord
BRUNSWICK- MARY, GEO.; : visions made in this Constitution, for the remo-I iusteu-1 ot a light-house il he tshVli deem it best hate signed' the present Convention,and .:45,000; red tape, 7,000;,Lee: ,for.drummenflM -

VARIES, BLACK CREEK AND val Judges by address or impeachment; and for the public interest, from Santee river to the have thereunto affixed their seals. filers, i.J0:000' a pension to one man,who $
JACKSONVILLE, outer point of Bull's Island, at the entrance of Done at Washington this has broken his head at the Pole "toanother who
FLORIDA. for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonable eighteenth day of ;
PICOLATA, Bull's bay; and that the buoy authorized by May. A. D. 1847 and of the has shattered his legal the Equator subsidies
connection with the Charleston Daily Mail i cause, which shall not be sulficient ground f jr Independence of ; .k'itSI $
In the said net be placed at the entrance 01 Bull'suy the United Persia ; secret to Thibie
States the money '
at Savannah,the steamer SARAH i! impeachment, the Governor shill remove any seventy-first ; an annuity 3J
Steam-packets from Palitka to Lake,Monroe the I, of them. on the address of two-thirds of theGcnerJ. at such point as the Collector of the port of JAMES BUCHANAN. s.] to Lady Henry Somebody, and her' seven daugh. J33L

RPALWNG, from Picolata to St. AugustuWftod i Assembly; Provided, however That the Charleston, South Carolina, shall direct. ANT. CHS, CAZENOVE; [fL. s.] ters, the husband bung shot, at some. place ? AS
Mail Stages
U. S. ROBT. Wl where f
from Black Creek, Newnansville, I I cause or causes bball be stttCllII.t.length in such C. 11UtOl', And whereas the said convention has been we never ought to have had any soldiers i Mlll :<

Mineral Springs and Columbus to address and entered on the Journals of each Speaker of the House oi ll.c rerentatives. duly ratified .on both parts, and the respective ,I vitall, and the elder brother returning four nrflh ?;
Alligator, House. And That the G. M. DALLAS. ratifications members to parliament-such a scene of extravagance : '%J
provided, further, cause of the same were exchanged ut the .
TxIlahasgee.OCAMULGEE, Capt. P. McN ELTV. or causesshail notified totheJmhreso intended Vice. President ol the United States and city of Washington, on the third diy of May i corruption, and expense, must paralyse

MATTHEWS *.. N. KINO. to he removed, and he shall be admitted to President of the Senate. one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight by, the industry and mar the fortunes of the-most
ST. APPROVED ; industrious and
WM. GASTON, "J. HEBBARD. a hearing in his own defence before any vote April, 1b4S.JAiES K. POLK. James Buchanan, Secretary of State of the United ; isted. spirited people that ever, ex.

These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY I Iud for such removal shall pass: and in such cases States, and Ant.
SATraDAY MOUSING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and sul at Alexandria, on the part of their respective I, .

I at Picolati in time for the Mail Stages to go entered on the Journals of each House respec- [PUBLICNo. 24.] governments: The Ntw Postage EM.-The followingiaro

i through to Augustine before night every tively. AN ACT relating to the collection district of N. Now., therefore, be it known, that I, JAMES K. described to,be some of the principal provision

, Thurs'l and Monday. SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judges Orleans, and for other purposes.Be POLK, President of the United States of America 'of the bill reported by the Post Office Committee 'J
! Returning leave Pjlatka: every TL'FnAY and first appointed under this amended Constitution it tiacted by the Senate and House of Repre- have caused the said convention to be made of the U. S. House of Representatives : ."' ? k

I FRIDAY MORMVG, at 7 o'clock, touching as above shall be divided by lot into four classes. The SKiitotives of the, United States of America in public, to the end that the same and every The circulation of all newspapers free of pos ,C
first class shall hold his or their office or offices Congftss assembled., That from and after the pas- clause and article thereof may be observed and I tage within thirty miles of the place of publication

! ea"h .roy. all Ion boats in complete for the term of two years, the second for the sage of tbib act: the city of Lafayette, in the fulfilled with good faith by the United States not above the superficies of 1900 square
Theyire pressure .
erderand h-indsoracly furn'-bhed in: every respect term of four years, the tLird for the term of six State of Louisiana. slull be *.Jed to and included and the citizens thereof.In inches. ;

are commanded by gentlemen of well years the fourth for the term of eight ye rs. in the port ot entry of New Orleans ; and witness whereof, I have hereunto set Under one hundred miles and over thirty,
; that the my
: oHice for the of Lata-
known experience on the route, and their patrons [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional ma- be and is oi'burveyor ubolibhed. city hand and caused the seal of the United Statesto one-half cent ; over one hundred and for any B r-vi '
1 arc .insured ih.t every attention will be jority, December 22, 1347. Passed the House yette hereby be affixed. distance. one cent. V ?
p&ioio the s-atctJ' nnd comfort of passengers, of Representatives by the Constitutional majority Approved APl'i114J Hsth.I'GBLlCXo.25. Done at the City Washington, this fourth Newspapers above 1900 inches to pay pamp4- 4 -

and to the careful hanuliug of freight. Janury 6,1848.J day of May, in the year of our Lord one let and magazine postage, which is two cents 5-4f- ii'rv '-
AGENTS: April 2D, IblS. 6m ] ] [L.tf thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, for the first ounce and half of one cent for all ?;?%> *
AN ACT to authorize the issuing of a register greater distances. %
Broois: S: Tupper, Savannah. and of the independence of the United 'p
REDUCTION; IN THE PRICE OF to the brig Palmetto.Be Newsplpers'under rtftl''
A. DeLorme Darien.G. GREAT : States of America the I square inches go free :
A. seventy-second.
it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent for the first -
Frieill mder, Brunswick. Remedy for the JAMES K. POLK. thirty miles, and pay quarter of ...
-St. Marys. Fever ani "\U' -trou Two Dolhrs to One.- ct ties of the United States of America in the one cent for all greater distances. Transient -
John Bosseut, By President: r.
Fernmlez&Bisbee Jacksonville. The following .':Mlcmcn ure my authorized Congress (1J"WlM d. That there be oued, under JAMES BUCHANAN of State. newspapers pay two cents when not sent from .. 44 q
Black Creek. Agents, and huie the genuine for sale. the direction oi the secretary oluicTreasu- the office of publica on. ,
jLCoy. -
Geo. Cooler Picolata.P..R. Orders from any part: 'jf the United State ry, a register for the brig Palmetto, formerly a Publishers of pamphlets magazines and pe :

ileid., Palatka -will meet with prompt attention. Address, postpaid vessel called the Roger Bonteuips, but now MISCELLANEOUS riodicals are allowed free exchange, the same
& Charleston. '1. HUMPHREYS., ., owned by .Moses I). Hy.,iub.,S. B Duruurd, Janies .-----. as the publishers of newspapers.-JVL T. Jour '.
.L.ifitte po. ,,
X. B.-Goods; consigned to the Agents for- Savannah, Ga. Vidal, and A.11 Abraham, oi the state of south (From the New York Tribune.) of Com. ; : '
Carolina and which said vessel been -
warJcl free of commission. Freight from Sa- AGENTS Messrs. Marston &Brothers, Baltimore having VERIFICATION OF ANCIENT PROPHECY.The .- .1...- S "i.' -
condemned at Charleston in said State in
Svinnah and Charleston, and all way freight Maryland; Dr P M Cohen.. Charleston, of injuries bUslained, at sea was, following prophecy is said to have been A Terrible Time.-'Wall, there's a row orer5 ,- .a$ -st;
South Carolina. T C Risley H.unburjr S. l. ItS Ncquence purchase there at house.)
pavuhle hy bhippers.September ; 1 by them and which they have repaired delivered by a British bard, in the time of William onr
17, 1847. tit Bailey. Laurensville, S. C.; T J & F.trr. Gra- ; the Norman and ottb. 'What on airth's the matter you little gar- -r
.- -
.-. ---. -- and refitted tor sea again : Provided, i bhall preserved by some :
imville, S. X; BU Bytttervrood, Bemlort, S C.; monkish annalists viz That than pint ? .
-\ ('.R('j.T 'HUT. be prod to the satisfaction ot the {Secretary oi : no more Nci.
t T PaticK aleU1. riYi.u J S Walker. JMadis>ou.Ja. 'Why dad's drunk mother's dead
: ,
; the old
monarchs in direct succession should COYhas 'st
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF JDA-COt'N'1'Y or the Treasury that the cost of the repairs made ; ever :
.; W K Kitchen, Augusta Ua.; fchotweli & I these without violent got a calf, Sal's got married and '
reign over run *
ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY. in the United States.after the purchase of the kingdoms, some away -
Gilbert, M.icon, Ga.; J II & W S Ellis, Macon, interruption with the spoons. Pete has swallered a pin and.
The Southern Life Insurance ) saitessel by the present ownersexcceeds, three- : 4 4 4
Jrn.: Lightioot & FlanJers. Macon Ga. Dorbey.v Lui's looked at the Aurora Bo .
tt Trust Compa-I ; jourths otthe original cost or building a vesselof 1 William the Norman, 2'William Rufus, rax till he's got
Knott. (Jr Ifin. Ga. Solomon Joodall Atlanta the delirium '
; 3 the first triangles. That ain't all nuther.
ny to use of Arthur M. } Bill to Foreclose the same tonuuge in the United States Henry 3l
Go William Rom Marietta, Ga Cunning- i 'What else Birth -
Uted ; April 19 IS4S.t Interrupted by the usurpation of Stephen. upon -
ii.ua & Co., L'airuu, Go. Dr. S F Culberbon La 'Rose the batter and
TS.I I ; 1 Henry the second, 2 Edward the first spilt pot broke the pancakes
1'oajaud. J Jrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; RE.OLtTTIOhIlLtcXo..4. 3 Edward the second, aiid one of the maltese kittens has got F"4 :
I Augustus B AlitchelL Newnm t.,. Joseph Griffin t ] her head in the molasses ani .j t
I havln been made to appear to the satificJou .-- ; : A RESOLUTION tendenug the congratulations Interrupted by the abdication and murder of : cup couldn't get -
IT of the Court by Affidavit that the Jurke county, Ga.; RII Barrett, Reeseville.: Ga.; of the: American to the French people. I Edward thesecond.1Edward I it out, and Oh, how hungry 1 am F .
McLane.. it Co Jacr.sjuville: Ga.1 C Wili.imsoii. _ _ _
; the third 2 Richard the second .
Defen lone named: in the Bill of Complaint filedin Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives i -
tlit above entitled c-iuse. resides out of thi Davibboro', Gft.; Win. Hodges, "undersille of the Luited States of America in Interrupted by the despotism of the mon- The Montreal Transcript intimates that secret --
,- Ga. XV A Louisville! Ga. XV A
Bute of FlOIH.L and out of the United States ; Huyles, ; Coiiyrtss aS'lII.. ;d. That, in the name and be- arch. meetings are held in that city with a view -
and! in Cub.L, one of the West India Islands, amibeyoml iarse11, Sivamiah, G....; M.rtin, Savannah halt oi'the American people, the congratulationsof 1 Henry the fourth, 2 Henry the fifth, to the establishment of an 'independant Rep b- 4'lie.
1a.; J A Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; WillialllC 3 Henry the sixth ." So the fire '
the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore. Congresi are hereby tendered to the people spreads.AHoosicr -
: Jacktionboro lb. E .A iluJ'ch 1tJ.wkil18il1l" _ _
:&rr, ; Interrupted by the restoration of the House -
On Solicitor i -
I motion of C. W. Downing, Esq., ot'ir.aicc: upon the ucccs of their recent eiiors -
Gli. S.unul'l 11iuer lJ.1ricn Ga. J II _
; ; of York.
nii'l to consolid..te the in was called the
Comphin.mt.ItisQrd'rei principles liberty a upon standaway .M
CoIf, Black Creek, Florilll: ; F A Poullen, Jack- 1 Edward the fourth 2 Edward the fifth
That the said Augustus Pou- republican fonD 01 gov rlllllcnt. out West, to testify to the character of a brother
sonville Fla. J Wright & t o. New Orleans: La.
and and ; be it resolved That 3 Richard the third, Hoobier. It follows
jaud others be required to appear anJirer SEC. : And further the was us : .
aid Bill Complaint within six months, April, Ib48. W. HUMPliilEi, Jr. President of the United States be, and he is Interrupted by the usurpation Henry Rich- 'How long have yon known Bill Bushwhack'1* ,"

or the : me will be taken as oneset1 against STATE OP FI.OICIO.l t hereby, requested, to transmit this resolution to mond. 'Ever since he war born '

him. MONROE COUNTY. the American Minister ut Paris with instructions 1 Henry the seventh, 2 Henry the eighth,. 'What is his general character :. ". .
It ufyrthir Ordered,That a copy of this Order, Benjamin Megin, ) I to present it to the French government. 3 Edward the sixth, 'Letter A, No. J-'bove par a very great way.',

duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be pub- vs. I.I In Chancery. Approved. April 13, 1S48. Interrupted by the election of Lady Jane 'Would you believe him on oath' .

liihtd in some newbpaj printed within the Thomas Taylor 1. Philip I Gray. 'Yes, sire-cc, on or off, or any other way.' t"q.
Eastern Circuit of Florida,'once a month consecutively Sawyer,and James Filor. J JT By the President of th: United Slates of America.A : 1 Mary, 2 Elizabeth, 'What, in your opinion, are his qualifications .

} forsi months. [ ippetring to me by affidavit that Thomas PROC LAMA TI ON. A foreign King (James Scotland.) called in to good character Y .' : .. -4 .

!8ilm.J,] THOS. DOUGLAS Judge. Taylor and Philip sawyer defendants in the. to assume the crown. 3 He's the best shot on the prairies or in the,
L L .fElt B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the Whereas a convention between the United 1 James the first, 2 Charles the first, woods: he can shave the eye-winkers off a 'wolf

b hi ry certify the above to be a true copt' State of Florida, and that the said Thomas Tny-i States of America and the .t\dera1lJirl'ctory Interrupted by the deposition of that mon- as far as shootin' iron ;11 carry a ball-he can

oran Or'1r. duly made an.l entered of record lur resides in Europe, and that the 8L Philip i of the Swiss Confederation was concludedand arch, und the establishment another form of drink a quart of grog any daj,and he chaws ta-

in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth sawyer resides in the Mate of Mississippi, wgntd ut the city of Washington, by Government, in the person of Oliver Cromwell. backer like n boss j

day of August A. D. 1847. It is Ordered.: That said defena&nts aj'pear their respective pleniuoteuti.irit-b, on the 1 Charles the second, 2 James the second, So Bill, Bushwhack passed muster.

P. B. DUMAS, and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be Uteemu day of May, one thousand eight Interrupted by the abdication of that King -1..i-ti..1

Clerk C. C. of St. John's County. taken pro cnntesbo. hundred and ibrty-bcven ; which convention, and the election of foreigner. "Do you go in for the sage of Ashland P slid,

Jan 7. 18.tS. lainffSmIu It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- being in the English and Trench languages, 1 William the third, 2 Anne a Clay man to a Taylorite; yesterday. "No,sir'ee," J

--- iK-r be published in some newspaper printed in is, word for word, us follows: Interrupted by the Parliamentary appointment responded the other; "1 go in for Sage T.-

Circuit Court the Eastern Circuit ot" Florida once a month The President of the United States of America of!.foreigner. [Taylor.] .
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : for nine months, in reference to the saH Thomas and the Federal Directory of the Swiss Confederation 1 George the first, 2 George the second, -

Co:jiTir OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY Taylor, and once a week for four months, in I. animated by the desire to secure -3 George the third, .AJlnerat ioll.- St. John Times, of the 27th- .

Mary Moore, J I reference to the said Philip Siwyer. and extend, by an amicable Convention, the relations Interrupted by the unfortunate incapacity of saysA pai eel of young men in this city are'

vs. % Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER hlppiJyexisting between the two countries that sovereign, and a Parliamentary appoint- agitating, among a certain class of citizens, for

Henry Moore. ) Judge So. Circuit of Florida. have, to this effect appointed, as their ment for exercising the sovereignty. in the per annexation to the U. States."

TT having been made satisfactorily to appearby THOS. F. KING, Sol. for Compl't. Plenipotentiaries, to wit: the President of the son of the Prince Regent. .

affidavit i that Henry Moore, the detendant Key West, February 19. 1848. 9m United btatcs of America, James Buchanan 1 George the fourth, 2 William the fourth,
narnel lathe above entitled cause, resides : anJ 3 Victoria the first Indian Battle.-HorrilJe SightA letter

belo d the jurisdiction of this Court, out of NOTICE. ?ecretary of Stat of the of the United Swiss States ; Whom may God bless, but what is to be the from Fort Snelling, received in St. Louis, on the
the Federal
this; State, and in the State of New York, therefore MONTHS alter; date, 1 shall present my Directory next interruption ? 24th ult, by a friend 6f the Reveille, Mr.Lewis,
Swiss Consul '
SIX A. C. Cuzenove ut Alexan-
on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., Solicitor and vouchers as Executor of the the artist, giyes a brief account Indian quarrels ..
dria who after the ot their full
for ; exchange powers in the
said complainant Estate James B. Robert deceased, to the neighborhood of M. Peters. .
found in good anti due lorin. have agreedupon THE REPUBLIC OF 'ENGLAND.rhoar ..
Herds the #
It is Ordered, That the said defendant appear Judge of Probate of this county, for settlementand extract: -
I *ni answer the bill of complaint of aid com- allow.mf.cby him; and at the same time, 1 und signed the following articles : PUNCH. "We had a battle north Of us, about onv:

Puinant within four months, or the same will j shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a ARTICLE i. Yesterday Mr. Punch had a dream which month ago, between the Chippeways and Siouxr' 4j.4

be taken &s confessed against him. | final discharge from my Execatorehip of the The citizens of each one of the high contracting was not all a dream. Mr. Punch was reading a war party of Sioux attacked the Chippewaysthree -.

Art it isfvrthf.r Ordered, That a copy of this Estate ofsaid James B. Roberts deceased. parties shull have power to dispose of their the Morning Herald at the club, and he fell were killed on each side, but the Chipp

Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the ., p-rsonal property, within jurisdiction of the asleep thereover, and he dreamed that. a great wuys being-themost numerous drove the Sioux7

b published j in some newspaper,printed within last Will &c. of J tls. B.Roberts, dec. other, either by testament, donation, or ab inte.s, revolution had been accomplished, and an ancient from the field, and got possession of the.bodiesp V 9

w*.Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week con- April 22, 1848. 6m tato, or in any other manner; and their, heirs, monarchy topsyturvyfied, 'and that the These they,scalped' and one of them they'jiouj -

"caUvely for four months. NOTICE. being citizens of the other party, shall inherit Morning Herald was the Goverment paper, and ned entirety, and hung it on some poles.for the,

THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. MONTHS after date, I shall present my all such 'estates, whether by tebtument, or 'ab' contained as follows: Sioux to witness. It so irritated the latter;thaT .t

I, OSCAI HAET, Clerk of said Court do hereby SIX accounts and vouchers Executrix of the l intestato, and they m.,y take possession of the This day the Citizen President of the Republic they have assembled a very large war party. -

certify the above to be a correct copy'of an estate of%(. F. Murrhee late of Nassau county same, either personally, or by attorney, and and Minister of Foreign Affairs, took possession ,and gone again"to attack them. We' shall soon- -' -
hear the result
order made and entered record in the above deceased to the lIon. Judge of Probate of said dispose of them as they may think proper,pay- of the palace of the nation: jn'

entitled cuse in said Court on the tenth day of county, for a final settlement of said estate, and ing to the respective governments no other His Excellency's Ministry is composed as rt ,.

*eoru4ryA.D184S.. shall at the same,time apply for Letters of Dis charges than those to which the inhabitants of follows: Minister of ,Foreign Affairs, Presi- Scene on the OhiOur boat stopped to tak (4. ..

n' IN WITNESS WHEitEor. I hereunto set mission as such Executrix, of which all perSons the country in which the said property shall dent orthe Council and Poet Laureate J Citizn. in wood. On the shore among a crowd was av:
". .] my Jj.J and affix die' seal Qf said be found would be.liable in similar case and remarkably fellow,
interested in said estate, are desired to a ; Mon kton Milnes; Minister of the. Interior, stupid looking with' hirfr
Court. OSCAR liAR, Clerk. take notice MARY MURRHEE, in the absence of such heiror heirs, the some Citizen 'Benjamin D'lsnzieli;; High'Cbitncell r, hands in his pockets and hb under lip hanging-

r e hruary_ IQ, 1848. 4mALACHUA October 29th,1847. ,Executrix. care shall be taken of the property that wouldbe Citizen Samuel Warren,with "Ten Thousand a .down A dandy, ripe for a scrape tipped noda .

-'---- taken, in the_like case,, for the preservation! Year' for.salary;. Chancellor of the Exchequer and winks all about,saying, ''now Til hare son-
11 it ;J.:B. CUBBEDGK";, of the pruperty.ofa citizen of the same country, l itizen Feargus O'Connor; Minister of Ed uca-, ,.fun. I'll frighten.,the greenhorn He jump ,,

HOUSE. BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, until the lawful proprietor shall have had timeto dun; Citizen Harrison.Ainswerth ; Ministerpf 'ed ashore with a drawn bowie-knife brandishing -'

[MIE Subscriber, having purchased the house South side Market square' (next door to Ver- take measures for 'poiMbsing himself of the' the Colonies Citizen',Bulwer Lytton; Minister it in the face of the "green un,? exclaiming, l

an l premises formerly owned and occu- stifle Luff boro & Uatler's,Shoe Store,) same j and in case any dispute should arise betweeu -.' ut-War,' Citizen Cobden f Minister of Ireland, "Now I'll punish you. I have been looking for

k Fby. ;. W. learson Esq- at Newnansrille, Savannah, Ga.rr claimants to the same'succession, s'to: .,Citizen i Stafford, who. resumed with pride the you a week.77 The fellow, stared .stupidiyst

& "t il b4 ready to accommodate Bairders Orders from the country will be promptJy the property thereof the arae shall be'decided nameofQ'JJrien'. Master of ,the Mint ,CitizenT the assailant. He evidently ,had not J senS0
& Travellers after.the 1st day-of.May, next, according to the'laws, and by the judges of the : nO mbe; painast General, Chien' Tlv 4Yi- enough to be scared, but,as"'the 'bowieKknifo
tilled the -
4bopes bJ hi, exertions to make.his guests asas March at 11 '1848.lowest prices. 1y country.in which the:property,'is situated.\ r :wick' .Archbish t ." .nterbui'r' Citizn came ne his face, one of his huge,fists;
and COZIdi ortable possible. He has good,stabling, .f\B.TICI..E tL ,, '.' :i Bright j l mman er-in-< CitiZfl H.dlalejM : deny-vatited. iockt.and4ell..barda .
a fil'lSt. rate hostler always in attendance.GEO. death- : tj realprOperty ter iiQrse Citizen\!jddieonbe. heavy betwee thedsndy's eyes, dthepo .
CHALES: ,IE.WA1. L.t: If; by, ih.e. ,of a ,person owning V* thq j : iCitizen'
M. GALPIN. ALTC11ONEER. ., In the.rrJtory'or..one'of the'high :: :: Punch .wa{sent ambassador to Paris i fellow rat flounderlLj, in the Ohio. Gte a w.-! tg

--'n-n'nnil1e, April 18, 1848. 6m: -: '.' 'J C1lS0NVILLE'; E.' F. contracting1' parties rsuoh<'property'should tfiP where the:amvalof'.H, E. Irq 'greetedtKai jumped on lioard ro iir boat,'put'Ills'hands" in'hi 4D .

tbJ1J 'FJ 1IIi'F1tNGO. .1rl'a&tt.4 in- ptitiJ'C tnc.County attended scend/eith.ec by.the laws h ottb Qu. t'1.. I'. fi' nti,'-- ,S .:;t 'j"f i* td :3J-J- 0"V:. pcickeL/and. looked arouud. c'JMay beaaa'lie$ -

"' ..sIITiicusd .' ," to and repcctfu1Jy.solicited any ., .:,' : "-";.*,?sari f testamentary disposition, to ,,& .rJti..u..ol te :.Citizen Urouharthaa been appointed; ...,' rthere/s-aomebody eb ,hc *
r 5YrRTtZCat7gOFt r :h1 tot thte Mare's Nest tor rile a4we7-lipanl _
"_ .t this 0e... Jacksonville /6,1848. other party, who, on account'of his'being an or and CommanderSn ', ,



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....:..I. -EN''E" .f Y T-S';;: ; Whether our worthy Bepresent the had.:anj; .'have engrafted upon their constitution a probhjtiois ? ':: .to the.States.,,,,' t. ;,y -, i, 'flowWer 'ii( .. 1DdJ.O.-o,. :
;& against free'fei-atra of color, more stringgentf tinder consideration ;, ;At' l1 '
in the Senate .
ihe An act is e'4oel.T1IoiJ&1II.'O
do ,
hand in
matter, .. say, thanVtae Uwsfpt'any.of the slave State:: t
-..0 r.. JACKSONVILLE, MAY 20, '1848.' but we can only draw. f ences' from t|is-known They: ?'ei actually.forbidden. entrance upon the providing'for the appointment' eta commission:! William 'T, oii. At' :AlbertiaNoah ,A. .

tl. I I and tried fidelity to the'parivy;through l hUn- soil Vf thejtate. They ate not to be allured to to Tiai'CBrt A.wuntt. J!..take proof of settle! William. rSSBlonnt and'JtnuaJ.C>ave1 ;,- t

.j .r. throp votes and otherwise. setUefnpoW.Its terrttorywiny condition1rna& men made under the,Armed Occupation Lair" D(8 f 1 : i''

I,Y ever. This is a fundamental, constitutional that titles issue to, the settlers. It will dock and James'Woodlsn ,1a., prohibition. In some of the Southern States, may ,'.dt B randi.B a 4 '
ANNEXATION OF CUBA. from other in this form. Very truly yours, Ezekiel Dress, James Roberts
t: .' our own amongst others,free negroes pass as d' _.
When Mr. TCLKE called the attention of the States are forbid to settle;' but these legal disabilities GREGORY* YALE.* Motes,, ,At Fernandina-4l>aniel Vas j '

4.. '.. .- L.. citizens of the United States to the necessity oj I may .be removed, and are ,often so jre- To Cot JOHN M.-PONS.if A. Cavedo, and Horace Vaughaa. __ Ob

44. >YS. possession of the Island of Cuba ,, movfli b y exceptions provided for by Legisla. And f'
our obtaining the
'A .i. D1g7I0CRAT101Y00itAATIO ., .T.Illinois Ihtf.Iriterdlctloh-;is sweeping,- A.i'.3 l T> report. following: xesolaUon'f: 't '

'.., risionproposition was received with'a sUb of de- universajj&nd Lo. ..:_. .. M-M...._ ,.__-...- CONGRESS.' consideration of.the,meeting: ':'_ .
t., ..,: FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: the big and little pop:guises who We trust. hat,hereafter; / hen our Northern "WsSSK, ra-ltnT tBlnsipIrrWestcott on 1. Resohfdj, 'That'll IapPfOTt _

: : GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY consider any thing that is new and not'under-, brethren get' up'. their next crusade favor of leave... iin trod. yce# a biU.VespeJng= S&KMcarchives principles \euabodiedinthe. Resolutions': of t"

stood by them a fine subject for amusement.- the African race, they will give Illinois all the ,in ,the State of Florida; which was. State Convention held Madison tti,"
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.adyantogp pf their'.P IilaitbropipintlrferEnce.; C. '
FOR CONGRESS: But time has already exhibited the soundnessof Would it. not become ,Mr. Wilmot toremovethitherandenlighieh'ihepeopieofthaUenight; read twiceand referred to the Committee on the pledge ourselves to their support. sad:
'! WILLIAM' P. DUVAL. the views of our Senator; Several influential Judiciary. 2. Resolved, That the* policy.of the
v; > 1 journals have, one after another aioptedand } ed State upon the rights ot man in general and In the House, on the 3d inst., Mr.Cabell presented Democratic Administration "meets' P'eleat
black in ? And when Massachusetts .
men ?
t', '..,, ., FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: advocated them. A paper ,has been established raises her next embassy to'look'after the.following .resolutions of the legislature warmest approval, and that we recoga: 'ttiai hait"

GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. in New York, 'La Verdad, printed in her colored. citizens in her sister States,would of the State of Florida: vigorous management of our domestic ana ..'
Spanish and English, for the express purpose of not Illinois"'be a better destination for Messrs. Preamble and resolutions of the General ,'As eign affairs, true patriotism and the
._, : CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden. urging the annexation of Cuba,and this by the Hoare and Hubbard than either Charleston or sembly of. Florida, for light-houses at New Smyrna ability.
N w'Orle..tDs7' What sir field for the'missionarYtoils ..
,_ JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. wealthiest and most intelligent planters of that 'of Abby Folsom! What a harvest for the Egmont Key, _and at the mouth of the Su- 3. Resolved, That the war with Mexici..

Island. As a specimen of their'views, we give pious labors of Garrison and the black Doug: :wannee.river. Also, memorials for a marine provoked by, her, that the attack first.-,_..,

'x.*:t': THE NATIONAL CONVENTION& the following extract from a late number:- lass-provided the latter gentlt'men'were not hospital and custom-house at Apalachicola, and from her, and that the prosecution ,otUlt

n which divide It is about two since Mr. Yulee of Flor- taken damage easant by the Constabulary.The for the improvement of Apalachicola bay. Also on our part,was called for by every f ww
; 'f\ Within a few days the two parties years legal distinction between the twp races, self respect. ..-> It> + ,
da in the United States that ta .
Seo."tej .
,. proposed, ; for construction of canal Indian -11'.1
a to connect
.' the Union will nominate in Convention should negotiations with which admits 'ofholdingproperty in the other, Which were unanimously adopted .
our government
their candidates for the Presidency. From every Spain for the purchase of open the Island of Cuba, is not broader than that established by the river with the St. John's; for the fortification: Resolved.. That the proceedings: .be :;

t r 'I.:. quarter-from every city, village, farmhouse but it was, for the time, laid on the table. During constitution the free of States Illinois.insist And with what force of the cape of Florida and St Andrew's bay; for in,the News: e.. -"'.Pabllshal:' .,_{'_,....

r: ..; and log-cabin, the result of their labors the.past summer the New York Sun revi can one of their own number upon refuses emancipationwhen to the grant of St.:Francis barracks, at St. Augustine DANIEL VAUGHAN
the of Senator Yulee and since per- Churmsa
proposition ,
:. .. is awaited with intense anxiety. Yet to no section then Cuba has occupied much of the,public attention mit free people of color to cross her bounda- for the use of a seminary learning; for R. W. KIRKLAND, Secretary. /

.... .'-. is it of more consequence-than to the Southern notwithstanding the absorbing interestof ries? Verily the decision of the people of Illinois a port of entry at Miami, in Dade county; and ..

; States. the grand drama of the Mexican war. The betokens the quietus of the most arrant for mail routes to St. Lucie and Dade counties, (COMMUJIICATXB.
and ] ;
idea Cuba is now and disgusting humbug that has yet risen to *
of annexing so popular and from Milton to Nathansville. REVIEW.
A new element has for the first time effectually -* threaten the peace and integrity of this Union. .
universal that we need not hesitate to thatit '
': entered into politics. Abolitionism and is cherished, in the secret depths of the say Cabi- In Senate, on the 8th inst, on motion by Mr. The Origin, Progress and CG1Ulv0)1\. ;

a., .'; ambition have shaken hands and joined together. net at Washington, and is openly and warmly DUVAL MILITIA CLAIMS.A.Mnrdlna. Yulee, it was Florida War, by JOUN S. SPRAGCX, BrmtRtli 'r. -

:. : A direct war has been made upon the personal discussed _among the most distinguished! members to "Ionn"t.. mn. nnh1.h.. fhA f"nl1n_ _Rrlelrid_ _ u/n. That_ the___ Committee_ ___n___ on__ the___ .TndieiA_ _______ Cnntain--r---- --- ---0-----Rpa1mpnt-. .S...TMr. ..-..*..._ur. .
-- -- --
-1 security and the personal property of .of the Senate ana House ot Representatives. ing letter--from Q -- -Mr.*1--GREGORY* i v t"-.u.YALE* ww, agent&vuv.-of ry extending inquire the into circuit the expediency court system and to best the mode Statesof of Editor:-A few copies of the above irorl

,, slaveholders. Trampling upon the constitution, Since last January the star of Cuba, just the Duval militia companies, and who is at Texas, Florida Iowa and Wisconsin.Mr. have reached this place, and we have

sections. of both parties have made desperate efforts dawning on the horizon of the American con- present in Washington: prosecuting their claims Westcott, from the Committee on the Judiciary cast our eyes over its pages.. As far as,we ian

; ,' 't., to acquire notoriety jit the expense of the which federation we have, has established been represented in English by La and Verdad Span-, for services. There are many who will be interested reported a bill respecting the public been able to give it an examination, it folly realizes

..' '.:. peace and happiness of the Union. By degrees, ish, in order to place before the peel le of Cuba to learn the present condition of those archives of the State'of Florida, with an additional the expectation which, from the characterof

I *" :' and not until many bitter lessons had been and the United States the political reasons and claims. section. The'bill was then considered, the author, his talents, and means of fofori

;. ': taught of the violence of these attacks, South- common interests which, by an imperious and WASHINGTON, May 2nd, 1848. and passed.In mation-the public have been led to form RK

-, i. .' ern Statesmen were compelled by their constituents inscrutable force, attract these countries toward My Dear SirAs petting it. The subject is peculiarly interest
'01 each other and move them to bind with the you are largely interested Senate, on, the 9th inst., on motion of Mr.
.':: to take n decided course. It was not until Federal chain the feeble island to the strong in the Duval Militia Claims, in the communications Yulee, it wasResolved ing to Floridians, but is calculated,we think,to

..:C a disposition exhibited that neither party continent, thus giving to America that which I may find it necessary to make, as agent That the Committee on Commercebe prove attractive to all readers, by the anbz a. I

".'I. in the South: 1 would support an anti-slavery God marked out for her. of the companies, I beg leave to make them to instructed to inquire into the necessity of tion of the narrative, the variety and ronuatw

candidate, that blind partizans came to rea- The bravados with which England has re- you, with the request that the making further provision for buoys at Nassau character of many of the incidents detailed II
you ;
cently threatened Spain, Cuba and the United par- bar in Florida.In .
I .to. son. Yet there still hovers a dark cloud in the States ; the revolutien of France, whose influence ties interested.I I while the whole bears the stamp of authenticity
:. north which the skillful mariner will Senate, on the 10th inst., on motion of Mr. and historic candor and
steadily cannot fail to be felt in distracted Spain ; do not find the situation of the claims I fidelity. The war

H '._ watch, and prepare for the coming tempest. the interest which now unites England and all favorable at Westcott, the previous orders were postponed, .I which it records, was without question, one of

t ;.%..r. We cannot but say that no name has been France, on the question of abolishing slavery, though Mr. Cabell has been.devoting and the Senate took up the bill for the relief of the most bloody and protracted,and altogether
and the consequences to Spain of this union of himself to accomplish the object desiredby bona settlers under the
fide for
,$ act the armed
prominently brought forward by the democratic intention between the two most enlightened and the parties in interest. The the most remarkable, ever waged between I

,0 party which would be unacceptable to theo powerful nations of Europe, bound as she is to which he has obtained the information occupation of the Territory of Florida; and it savage and a civilized people. The causes thai

o South. WOODBCRV, DALLAS, BUCHANAN and them by indissoluble treaties, all conspire to upon subject shows was ordered to be engrossed, and passed. led to this disastrous conflict, are here for the
toy n make it for the United States to take that the true situation of the claims has never
," CASS,would readily receive the support and necessary THE CHARTIST first time laid fully before the public and
her measures with promptitude. The first law been accurately known to the parties, as I have PETITION.-From the follow ;; tn

.'. suffrage of citizens of slave-holding States.- of nations, which is that of self-preservation, understood them. The claims have in fact ing facts which were elicited in the debate, in- detailed with grout minuteness, and equal can

I, While we suppose that the presence of our delegations calls upon this nation to secure the Island of been rejected by Committee the British:: House of Commons, upon the Char- dor and clearness. The author speaks out bold}
a as early as 7th
I i in the conventions will be productive Cuba by any just and honorable means, before tist petition, it would appear that some fraud ly and honestly on all occasions, and neither
.: the thunder-bolt falls which now threatens her February, 1845. Gen. Clinch, from the Com-
f' .. of little good effect, being more likely to awaken existence not less than the tranquility of the 1 mittee on Military Affairs, reported on that has been resorted to, in order to obtain signa- exaggerates, nor attempts to. cast a veil over

.. discussion upon a subject not to be discussed Southern States of the Union. The idea proposed day, in regard to these claims in the tures. We sincerely regret, for the cause of errors and oversights committed by the goTern

: than advance the interest of any candidate [ by Senator Yulee, revived by the N. Y. words: following liberty, that anything should have been done ment, both in its negotiations with the Indian,

i'' '.. '=: favored. by the South, yet we must hope that Sun, and national urged justice by La and Verdad the ,wish is in of harmonywith the Cu- "4. Force which could throw contempt upon so sacred an and in the management of the war. We in

their firmness will successfully combat hypo : bans, who see the peril of their situation when consisting employed of the at companies Mandarin of and Captains Jacksonville instrument as a prayer for the recognition of glad to find that the conduct of one of oar fellow

: critical phrenzy, and that they will indicate their interests are threatenecPby the combined Bush! Price, Suurez, and Black, for a period political equality. Instead of 5,700,000, not citizens, who in the early part of the war,

.... that we are not disposed to allow our property to : forces of England, France and their ruined colonists varying from twelve to six months. quite 2,000,000 of names appear upon it and it occupied the important position Indian Agent,

'... besacrifized by default. In the Democratic I the mother, who are countries now even in reducing more interested Cuba to than the I "this Gov.force Call, and it seems the, denies having authorized is disfigured with ribald and obscene ,expres- .. is here placed in a fair, and highly advantageous
of the
; : : convention we have confidence that a ; proof emergency light which shows that while he
.." .. every melancholy level of Jamaica and St. Domingo. not being sufficiently the Committee sions : acted wits

candidate will be nominated that a slave-owner They comprehend that they must not blindly cannot therefore recommend apparent its payment, but "Mr;Cripps observed that his attention had fidelity and humanity towards the Indians,-h

.. ; can safely vote for. It may, however, result confide their lives and interests to Spain, whois reject the same."-Report Ho. of Heps.. No. 108. been called to this petition by the audacious assertion was equally faithful and zealous in the discharge

:. otherwise. We shall then adhere to the Constitution under the controlling influence of Englandand of Mr. O'Connor that it was signed .
by of his
of This is the duty to the government. The military !
". France, and that salvation for them lies in very same report which recommends 5,700,000
,. ." 1 and not to party. annexation to the United States persons, a number considerably larger services of Gen. Hernandez who both
as they would the payment of Brown's and Garrison's than the adult population twenty one yearsof by
: ;" In the Whig ranks we perceive a far greater participate equally in the common sovereignty, command, and which is accompanied by Bill age in this country. When that assertionwas his counsels and conduct, materially assisted a

t. ,i' .. effect produced by this element of fanaticism and interests have the which entire liberty is possessed to regulate by all the their other local No. 592, for the payment of these commands, I made he was not aware that the petition bringing the war to'a conclusion ;' are briefly

;._ The Lexington speech of CLAY, while it has nliII states without distinction, Cuba would be protected and under which Bill the payments were made. one had of been the signed sheets at by random women he, but found on the taking up but satisfactorily detailed, and due credit girea!

r'.. ;: enated the friendship of Southern Whigs, has and defended like Texas, prosper as Flo- This report was based upon the testimony taken of several women attached to it. He had names then to that deserving citizen and energetic officer.

II : :... strengthened him among the Wilmot Proviso rida, Louisiana and Texas have prospered, andas under a resolution of the House of Repre- desired the clerks to examine the signatures in The brunt of the war, indeed, fell on East Ik,

... men of the Northern States. In the North. will portion prosper of Mexico Oregon may, California be included, and whatever in the- sentatives, by W ngerman and Thomas; also: the had some ascertained sheets taken also up at random, and they and her people, who yet feel its cruel wounds!,
General TAYLOR receive no while that out of every 100,000 names ha.veclaims the their
can support, confederation. testimony taken Grossman upon government, for
.. by and the statements
t 8,200 were those of women. Mr. O'Connor
I I... i in the South CLAY is only spoken of by fence- The acquisition of Cuba is the most important prejudiced
: .. office-hunters. These two conflicting influences question of the day with us ; it is the comple- five remunerated but for which
riding -
i i in the army, and of individuals in Florida. weighed tons. The Committee on Petitions ; no more pecuniair
ment of the which is
to in 4
great system
!, 0 will undoubtedly cause the nomination reign Gen. Worth is the officer had weighed it in the scales,and its weight was compensation, can ever fully indemnify them
.' America from Cape Horn to the Arctic Sea.- only who has expres-
: '., o' of a third party. Who this will be a few days The government should lose no time in opening sed a liberal and fair opinion in regard to these only the 52i house cwt. in At three any rate it cabs.had been He broughtto did not The compensation, we trust, will not be with.

'.. : will reveal. negotiations with the Cabinet of Madrid, for services generally. I had his letter. wish to throw ridicule crazy on the petitioners but held by a just and generous government, vrht.
t .. : 2 We apprehend that the only difficulty that every delay aggravates the danger which envi- on Mr. O'Connor he wished to throw both ridi- cannot but feel, that its agency in involn&g
*' ons Cuba. England has not ceased to menace After this the testimony taken by our friends
.\ r-r.;:.; will arise in the Baltimore Convention will Spain since 1820; and now her reclamation is Holmes and Canova under cule and obloquy. If any man, by vague and those who are now petitioning to it for redressin -
a from
'..' originate from the two conflicting New York not only for the fulfilment, of the slave trade Gov. Moselyj in accordance, with a Resolutionof extravagant the observation assertions that, no had credence laid himself could opento be the war by which they so cruelly suffered

:3 delegations.. Of these, that headed by JOHN treaty, but for the constant infractions of that the General placed in anything which he said it was Mr. gives them an additional and urgent claim upon
and the Assembly of Florida was transmitted ,
treaty repayment of capital and interest
VAN BUREN is O'Connor and he its service
professedly politicoabolitionist.The ; now said for himself that he equity and liberality. The brilliant
of the vast sums which to our late
Spain owes to her Representative and placedby
other fanaticism. We trust how- would never believe Mr. O'Connor again. Of all of Worth since in still DOTS
opposes subjects It is to be expected that so distinguished
supportedby in the hands of a. committee. No actionwas the dreadful delusions
which he had heard
that the Convention will not be bullied into France in the ever
ever, principle and the deed of glorious fields-the mingled strategy, braverj
had, at the present session,since the matter none was more dreadful than. that which had
,+ yielding everything to the great State of emancipating her slaves, she will demand of led to the robbery and utter ruin of ten individuals and address, by which he at length forced the
was to the
Spain the abolition of slavery in Cuba or the brought notice of the Committee on
New York. If we cannot elect a President be- at Comberwell by the associates of Mr. lurking and reluctant Seminole from his remo
transfer of the island
to the crown of Great Military Affairs the
cause the Empire State has Abolitionist scruples, EJritain. In what way can the United States upon testimony taken by O'Connor.. He. wanted to know whether another -:: test strongholds as to leave at last, only
Holmes I
't it is high time that the Democratic party of the ward: the blow ? In what way.can she effect a and Canova,:without the testimony taken meeting was to be held to sanction such a ':, scanty and harmless remnant of the tribe lath
by Wagerman, Thomas and Crossman difficulty mass of ribaldry, obscenity, and impiety, as was I
in a
political change Cuba without risk without ,
: Union had learned to depend upon itself. If to be found.,in this Chartists petition? The I I Territory-fewer than ever remained in MT
commotion, without evil, and to the great advantage has presented itself in the absence of evidence -
New York is but a continuation of New England name of the Duke of to is
J Wellington was signed previous removal of Indians are described
'. I, of Spain, Cuba, and the United States? to show that the former ;
the pride of Us politicallea.ders'must be Purchase the island were authorizedto it nineteen times, and every time with the most indeed
r, (for its own resources will act just, but not extravagant terms; and,, .,,
humbled. We must elect our Democratic candidate meet the charge,) and lose no time in convincing as Commissioners. Papers in my posses- indecent allusions; so, too, was the name of with less laudation or with far more moderatt
without its aid. Spain that the sale will be beneficial to her- sion will in part remedy this difficulty. I will Colonel Sibthorp. One of the sheets of the petition ,
also contained this avowa1-"We could commendation than the writer would probably
self the alternative will others ,
ae only be the unqualified procure which will entirely remove it.-
loss of the Island.FANATICISM. We will not get paid for any more-signatures to-day.- have thought it right to confine himself to, had
then have the testimony of nil t> r.nm.
i A If he had stumbled nn these _facts when. the ne-
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PROTECTION: OF SLAVE PROPERTY.-We are -- --- --- n---I --- Ii> he not stood in a relation towards that illustrious
of i,; missioners before the Committee, which has tition was presented, he should certainly have '-
ye happy to perceive that Southern Statesmen are AND HUMBUG. never been the case before. With this evidence submitted that it ought not to be received. Mr. officer,that might have exposed him to a cfiaxgi

1. at length demanding that protection for theirI. The recent movements in England in relationto and with such additional O'Connor now said that he could have got the partiality, had he axordedtohim a more fall

I I' i property which has been guaranteed to them the West India colonies, clearly indicating evidence as we may petition signed by three times as-many names. measure of praise. The characters given of the
; that the procure from the Departments, called for today The males of above 15 of
philanthropic disciples of WILBER- years age W *
the Constitution. The laws
1 by recently passed different.Indian.Chiefs in the work, are .
M FORCE have discovered their by a Committee, at the instance of Mr. Cab- were only 7,000.000, but he had no doubt that,
1 by some Northern Legislatures should meet that great error, and ell, we may hope for a favoi ,ble report from if Mr. O'ConnoiAised the same machinery to ob- sting, and truthfully
t' e with a check from the proper and most efficient slavery is not so very injurious to the negro the Committee : tain names, he could get.'signed by similarfabrications plete the portrait of the North American Inditfr

: ;" ,'.. quarter. The following are the provisions of a after all, proves conclusively that the most on Military the Affairs in the House ; by 500,000,000 names." and often bring out with striking boldness. *D4.

.) bill recently introduced into the Senate of theM ardent abolitionists. are merely' "men of words, notwithstanding strong adverse reports relief the .true lineaments of the race-' of
and that the .mode by Wagerman, Thomas and Crossman.
public has been
United States Mr. BUTLER of South most egregiously lartisf
.. by :: Carolina hardihood courage and cunning-their
The Committee will to the evidence as ,
humbugged somewhere. now .
,'. Moreover is not Illinois .. hate nevertobesiack'ed -
and-pitiless and their
.. a meeting of the, Democratic citizens'of treachery i
,,with Ohio the Elysium of presented ; not to the opinions of these gentle-. _
.1 : The bill That when slave Abolitionists, \ thirst'for The Propbet s
provides a escapes Nassau county,'held at Nassau Court House. ,oil yengence.
J into another State the his shall an interdicted ground, to the'FREE NEGRO ;
st owner or agent men.Our the,.lthday of i May, 1848,. denunciation .of Oceola: at.the commenceos
have the right to before of the Have not GIDDINGS and WENTWORTU distracted
go any Judge ,ascertained foreign relations leave but lit* of the which when. recollect-to. *
;:,' U. 8. Courts or any Clerk of the same, or any that the in a state of tie hope of On motion, DANIEL VAUGHAN,Esq., was -war- ; we
negro freedom obtaining
cannot: an appropriation for the **
.1;: U. S. Collector or Postmaster, .and make oath called to the.Chair, and 1B... W. KIRKLAND: fearfully it was realized, 'cannot eveaao*
'f. is his live with the white? Yet, consistency being a payment these. claims at this session: If we :' b**
? that such person slave,and shall, thereupon appointed Secret. : read without something of a thrill of awe-
: : receive certificate of the fact, which shall jewel, they would.entail upon the slave Statesa obtain a favorable report, to be taken up at nearly Upon, motion tl, :I aryit.. .Kirkland d. ,Ephraim' a truly Indian, character,. or presents iag<*.
t .: be a warrant to the U.S. Marshal to restore said curse which they deliberately avoid for them- dayon; the.calender at the next session ; tStf
f:, Harrison Wm. Tyson, homas Wingate and which could not haveariseninanY mind
slave to his owner. Any who shall aid ,
person selves. Abolition is '
; :. fy, ', in hindering the execution of the warrant, or the cry. No slave shall} it is as much as'enn be expected,"though-every James Osteen were i appointed.&; committee to of the savage in its fellest mood.a The h>B

". ::';. :i. --r remove or conceal a slave, so arrested, is sub exist in newly acquired territory. :Insurrection effort will.be made to accomplish ; more.' draft :resolutions; expressive,of the. sense of the man shall nOt shakes me Wick's: 1illadh2$;
v a ject to fine of thousand dollars is recommended in the Slave, '
a one States.
{.41 .free :Yet ''The.reia.a strong probability, in the event'of meeting,- and to)designate suitable persona to the degrading treatment'he had met wiUL !
no shall be
i"jo" t The negro allowed to enter Illinois the. '.passage. of an act to give bounty, .. ,lands: to' act aa"a Count 'Coi rePs 'ondin$ Committee and the Agent.I)j I cc But,.r will make the.'white m*
1I AND PAa.TIZA SUlI'-n following paragraph we take "'
.appearsihat from the volunteers, nowunder discussed, in the House as Committees of'Vigilance at the .respectiveprecincts. reditrith,blood and leave lam t4- Mattes::
". i.& the gool Whig" Clerk of the House oft Picayune; We trust it 'will:be. understood tb1: vTj '*,' : .'. *"! *. | ; ; une"M
c of extending the provisions of the act to all the : the sun.andTain, where the wolf:shaU
tfPATKIOTI. i Representatives recently' thrust or laid aside those who have.been made the .' .,
.dupes f ', "
o fanatical
r ;e. i Volunteers in the lateFlorida War; An amendment During the absence of the Committee,,G-..R.v bones,'and the buxxard: -feast:*pbn his flesh :rTliis'
! j''!.,: the Ten Regiment Bill;bringing anotherbefore .clap-trap.' :: -,'t '
I ; I to this...effect,is. .not only.advocated by.our Fairbanks,'Esqv,addressed the meeting. imperfect notic .. Mr.'. Edi t ry ot thb", ''-,
i i! the House as in'ord r which by. Jhe rul.J Perhaps most singular 1
::1f< public sentiment which has taken 'of I Representative .but receives' the support'Crf the The'Con; ittee reported aVfpllowWAs of Capt.tSprague\ias.: : ;been East];Penned tip
91d not be considered until the Army Dill place in the t
:'" $$$ 'of, United States within the last quarter'of a cen': Georgia delegation;,as.. t Iwill" no doubt_ ,.ofth'e. a.Count; or espOTdlng.Committee-Gen. a casual: 'glance at the volume. \Ve PrP6 .
had been disposed oC 'Mr. COBB Georgia
.J tury is that ,exhibited" by the popular'vote'ol delegations of those Statesirom'-'which ro un- Jam.es.f. Copper,.B,W.Kirkknd: ; James Sapp, a future occasion,to:offer: a-more FtiC'l r-:

/:;: fcromptlj exposed the trick to the.utter dismay niinoisyittregard.. .' to. >.Tres. negroei. B 1."'a''.lJZi&. ".; foes..-4> V', lu"weittorniBhe'", Co-, ,, ;d?1.1...,uelhta'fhner,... ';,; :f .HI..{ ; ';"oi': : ;., Thomas Win g i tot and($,,1'Ezekiel, ,t .iJ yp.-FSV., iuu. '.1 extended criticism upoa.iU! .: ,' '"1. '
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late and Antage 1 Ter the Anstrians? v' '''"* *< H.t.- ** a late' Yucatan JJ .. q ;t H't: ,
gtewncr New Orleans, teintelligence Rothschilds dates from' : JWelare compelled to the tubjert of the Qisuing National Contention* .1..14 '4 ,. j .t.
.tithe" bas been* received from The At' a1 discount hare refused' to loan Russia cut short IhVnt .butc1h pail clpat ot .Washington,Union the 4th last, holds the ; ;\ 9ROP! AC8ONVHAb. *) i 1 J J tf f.Y '
money on-best bills ofBJ' percent the is1. .
d intelligence treaty which thVgorenijnentof bDowing guiAcant'lAngu; .which.may be ._ -. & t.. e,
4 Yucatan hta been constrained,cuter ,- : .. i .
ed.as an effectual atopperupon the. ARRIVED; fp \ 1. -1
lWco.ScOttud suit left the city Mexico on The Crotx hare set fire to the Tillage areaS- into with Pat the chief of the 'Indians: }in- ria{a, -naustriously Circulated to'the"' dtaL.tl P. Ctfoper.J Carsoa. "! ; : ; ;
arrived at Vera Crut.von Sun- tel Nuora, forming cordon around the Tillage i.t2hhi.TO .. *
Si aIL and surrection. The following the terms of it: President was endeavoring secure V. -: 4' ..
** I'3Oth. He immediate/ embarked on and 2000 of the inhabitants were burnt to 1st Pat shall be Governor foe ,life of the,Indians re-nomination: .MaT ITth.'_'_.&hr.'LncuIluteNT.2W-' tq1, 1S
'' Petersburg for New York, under a death, uttering the most'appaling fchrieks. of,Yucatan; 2d.,D. Miguel Barbachano "Under circumstances well known'andaDpre.elated May'19th. Schr. -HitdbliiLSLAugustine. f\C. ,}
lid W5J-T Conception lie was waitedfrom The Prussian troops are invading Denmark shall be *.' .' .Cc1 Sot. -- .. :.. 4.f'li ..
Fort Governor life,,of the whites of the at the time,'and in reference the pledge j ., 1w .ii
coznmander of the fleet and receiv- and the Danes Were defeated in a ekirmish. State .3d.. hundred taken and i. t
the ; Twenty-five muskets es instructions under which a majority of 14th. iU.S.Man Steamer, OU1iuIg ; ;t
sp? 1 from the flag ehip Cumberland. On The Pacha of Egypt has hung a deputationfrom from the Indians before the war, to be given up the members of the convention of 1844 assem- ty, from ,lo' \ '. ")
.a'Ti the 1st inst. the St. Petersburg was A large meeting, who had been appointtdto to Pat; 4th. All delta% .due.by the Indians to tied'the, 0a 'term principle''when brought b*. } syaa. Mail 'Fede&Dib/ t
ed1 Ito8ca, by the propeller Thompson. ,In lay before.him the complaints. of the people. theIr.masters shall forgiven; XitL Unoccu- fore that body, did not receive its formal sane- 't.8. from Satannah to Fernandea, .1"rl"
the store chip Relief and frigate CumLil.Dd pied lands which have been sold!by the,Government don though the prevalent feeling and purpose & Hur *'' J Cr--f, : '
g was .manned and three The Duke and Duchess Montpensier have shall 6th. the .
their rigging be again held; in common; on subject were not misunderstood or con .
r- given the old hero. On the 3d inst the been banished from the capital of Spain. No personal tax shall.be paid in Yucatan ; 7th. cealed. In that feeling and purpose, the Pres- May 'C ARE Wass :Sew : ; :',{ "
*eer'1 exchanged visits with Com- Perry and The Austrian government has 1 expelled the [This article provides that the derecho de tttola tdent in his reply to the letter of the committee York 18th.-StHen treJ ,. ',. :. ;Xr '

8*saJllted by the flag ship Cumberland. Jesuits of Lint, which gives great satisfactionto shall be. reduced. We do not know the natureof o f the Baltimore Convention, early declared 19th.-Brig Ann {i
time was thought the even the Catholics. the article''Would lit MaRctHrB 1! .
desperate at one impost Possibly the most cordial and entire concurrence. He i May I9th. ) i ;
ce of bringing together a quorum of Con- In Scotland the Chartists are regularly or throw open offices in the church more widelyto declared his resolution, if elected, to retire to I'EssexTConn.16th. -. <"... ., 1

that the President had determined to ganized. the Indian population.] 2V. O. Picayune.Not private life at the end of four years .-Steamer Ocamulgee, McNeU SaTaisnah. 4"0 t .
of 2few Mexico, Chihuahua FROM FRANCE.In "Among the ,
ide the States distinguished and well tried men i \ .
il1C&W1 in estimating the representation, France, Lamartine's star is shining with a bad Illustration.-We have received a i who, in view of this principle, hare been prominently 19th. -Sleamer St Mathews, l
tf4 that I smaller number may constitute a renewed splendour. letter from one, of the inmates of the Butler named as candidates. succeed him in Hub:S :{

Subsequent events led him to believernffl. Ledru Rollin's star pales before the lustre of Asylum, who says that he was placed there on, the'highest office in the gift of the people,there Tan- : __ _L.-r. f ,I';1"
quormn c uldbcobtainejjandthepres. this moderate Republican's.On suspicion of insanity; but he adds: "my being is not one whose principlesand abilities donot To tbe Clerics of the Circuit CORn ,.. ,
*t ut I re-consiJered his determination Saturday evening, 15th ult.. high words placed here does not make me insane any more give the amplest guaranty administration AND THE S EIFS OF THE SEVERAL 't it r'r i. 'I ;
I'reparatory union of Congress have re occurred between Mr. Marrast and Mr. Ledru formerly than 'my going occasionally to church at once honorable and salutary to the country, COUNTIES EASTERN cmCYl'i, '
The wual course and few of the Depu- Rollin in the CounciL Rollin applied the term made me a Christian."-Providence Journal. and.entirely true to the spirit of the constitution OF FLORIDA T 1; e.c' '" .f .

.:' Ranting for a quorum. Queretaro, po. lathe, or coward, to Marrast, whom he accusedof ,' and the settled convictions of-the democratic JAM now having a large number Blanks !1: ': : :.
tical11 8? caking, presents a most animated aspect betraying his princ'ples.: Marrast followed What Russia thinks of the French Revolution. party:" for my office, and knowing the s at' "iCultieawithwbichyoucannotbuttneet '"
I and nothing is talked of but peace. In this up with a blow. Ue struck Rollin, and -This is the manner the Russian eensorship ? \! ', '
there are warm discussions upon the other members interfered and prevented permits the journals of Warsaw to peak of the The Washington correspondent of the BaIt. ting supplied with Blanks properly i I. I" :l I':; .

Kind Question. The most vehement party further violence.On French Revolution: !'At Paris there was a riot American,writing under date of 11th inst.,says: her offer you my services in print :lf ,
_ *gT111 awitbout doubt the army, but it has Thursday (the 20th, nIt,) which was observed which was promptly put down. His Majesty I learn that the Senate has confirmed the following form of any Blanks fo all who arranging may .te 'ii.

for fjllen w loW jfl public estimation, and is so nu- as a national holyday, to celebrate.the Louis Philippe is seriously indisposed, and by military nominations, viz: Gen. Twiggs supply theelve They are priute'at the t' :i .< \ .
TnpnCiuiy weak, that is doubtful if they can get fraternization of the army and the National the advice of his physicians ho'has resolved to and Wool to be Major Generals; Colonel Chur- office of "The News," with a netne taste- >*. ..
: oranciamfiuo. as it was publicly rumory Guards 330,000 National Guards, and Gardes abstain for some time from the affairs of government chill to be a Brigadier General; Capts. Wash which I have never hitherto seen equalled, and .a;i1j,. ; ;:
here'* within the last few days they would. .Mobiles, and 5000 troops of the line fell into and to. take -sea-baths at Brighton. ington and Bragg, of the Artillery, to be Lieutenant at a rate which is at once reasonable and t "j''f
The priest Sanchez, the clergy's organ in one rank and marched round the Boulevards and On the King's departure therewas a slight Colonels; and Thomas, Acting Adjutant a!. I do not mean'by this, that they Ub- : ''.;

his sermons preached on Friday: night last, through the city in military order, with.drums commotion, which was repressed, and which resulted Ganeral, to be Lieutenant Colonel. printed on the credit syem On the contrary p :j' .
the2Jst inst- (li ooJ Friday.) in the Church of beating and colors flying. The procession took in the retreat of M. Guizot. During his Timber Mining in 'Jerey.-OD' the North I a expressly instructed that this though 'it: \,

Santa Clara at which e greater part of the eight hours in passing any given spot in the absence the King has confided the direction of side Maurice Creek New Jersey ,the meadows anciently esteemed apart of the Law ; .
l11ember8 of the Administration, and of the line of inaach. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed affairs to Count Mole." and cedar ,as far as the} fast land of Printing Offices, has been superseded by r-.; :
swamps, up .
embers of Congress that is about to meet, were and the most kindly dispositions were are filled with buried cedars to an unknown, !pel statute interdicting it. The forms fo ; !i tfQ" .

I resent, :Mid: Gentlemen the only way to mauifes.ted towards the troops the National Lgnching in EUTOpe.-A private letter, received depth. In'1814 or 1815, an attempt was madeto Clerk shall be of the best style; J .P. I
I Lrethc Republic, and-in pardoning the injuries Guards and the Provisional Government Up. at Paris. states that Szela, the famous sink a well curb near Dennis Creek landing net proper; and those for the simple, j 4j'fJ" $. .
you have received-"to prove yourself to the hour of post the greatest tranquility prevailed accomplice of Metternich, chief of the assassins but after encountering much difficulty in cutting whenever copies are required to b served,I ;. .r l < "
''ans is to make peace." and there was no probability of that Tarnow, and; rewarded for his deeds in that through a number of logs, the workmenwere will so arrange a.to save much andp .\. ,t :' ,

The editor of EI Eco del Comercio. one of tranquility being interrupted. capacity by the Emperor of Austria was an- at last_ compelled to give up the attempt, filling up by writing. .OSCA H: 1 : 1f J J: ;.' .
lie deputies who left the city yesterday for It is considered that this demonstration will xious to ovganize new massacres in Gallicia; by finding at the depth oftwenfy feeta compactmass Jaknvile, April 29, t ;; f :; ,
: Queretaro, says there arc tixty-four members strengthen immensely the power of the moderate but, this tim, the indignant countrymen hung of cedar logs. It is a constant business Brought to Jail. Z" tX.f' ..t
\ in attendance, andta-t by the last of the week members ofthe Provisional Government him to u true in front of his own house which near Dennis,Creek to "mine cedar shingles." the 20th inst. .Negro Man whd *JVJ \ I': '
. there will be seventy-six. If so, we see not Ledru liolliu. Cremieux, Albert and Flocon, they afterwards committed to the flames.. A himself JIM HICKMAN and
---- -- says .
Congress ra-iy not organize by Monday orTuesday.0 were proposed as candidates for the National just retribution. Singular Di.'posal.-The late Miss Ann Col- to Robert Maron ..t*.tf yj;<; .
The slme paper says Messrs. Sevier Assembly at the last meeting of the Club des Stewar.or '!.
yer of Farmingham, England, has made a sin- I t Flond& owner.1 rue ; .
jnd Clifford; will leave to-morrow or the next Indepcudans and rejected by an immense ma- Too IndefiniteAt Stourbridge, England, a gular disposal of her large property. Charitable -! pay expedses. and h ;. :":.
_ fa, escorted by a small cavalry force instead I jority. The other members of the Provisional musical festival took place for the relief of the bequests,to the amount of 04,000, are left to i J. A. BARBEE. JailorD. > r i r t 4
. ""by a division. It pronounces the story, that Government were accepted without any oppo- poor a few weeks since: when Mr. Russell sung six hospitals and some Church of England Societies ,April 29, 1848. tfrpHOMPSON'S Yt '11;
going to threaten the Government, as sition. The name of Lamartine was received ( .' ; ;
There's .
they were a good time coming. At the conclu- ; but her mints and liquors are to be divided r J. :
Jake.-.ticir only object being to present the with loud cheers. sion of the melody a farmer stood up, and ad- betneen the Vicar and Curate of Farmingham.- DIGEST of the Laws: 'of ; l;(" '\L )
treaty to the Mexican Government. ENGLAND.A dressing the vocalist, said, Mr. R1lSellyou JL Florida. For sale by :;:!l .:.. 'r

fresh agitation has been got up in Londonfor could not fix the date, could you?:> Wisconsin extends from Lake Michigan to the April 22. A.. M. REED. ;. ;. .- ,
FROM MEXICO.Gen. the extension of suffrage, equitable taxation 'f11 'r. f
IMPORTANT Lake of the Woods-a distance of MOO miles. Executor's Notice. .f

.Scott it is said by one arrival at New reduction government expenditures, and. Some one, through an exchange, enquires Dividing this whole Territory (which is by far SIX MONTHS after date, I shal apply to th* .-i)1t j ,;:
Orlwns, will embark from Vera Cruz for New the advancement of Retorm principles throughout whether a bedstead is a bedstead when it is a too large for one Stat T into two equal parts, of Probate of county, for a }* "
York in the brig Petersburg with eight mem- the kingdom. Forty members of Parliament little buggy ? A Yankee answers the questionby each part would be as large as the great State of final discharge from my Executorship of the kri :';l.

bel'b of his st1L I assisted at its formation. asking another, to wit : Whether a womanis New York. _ Estate of James B. Roberts,deceased. ?. < i '
In some of the districts the middle classes May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS Zxr.Sheriff's 'J'U
The Free American of the 29th ult, howc'"er.thinbthat a woman when she is a little sulky 9 : ,
the steamer New Orleans will awaitliislrri"al have fraternised with them, and at Birmingham Novel Shipmrnt.-The Cincinnati Enquirertells -.-- ..r,.. ..". ,
and Nottingham, meetings of merchants ofa shipment of forty nests of coffins, five Sale.. 1.
at Vera Cruz and convey him to N. vorable to some points of the charter have been :; Founder in Horses.-A writer in the S. W. in a nestjust made from that city,on the steamer BY virtue of a writ of f. fa issued out of ;;.iH.1. : ;$ ';
Orleans. held. Farmer_says that he rode a hired horse 99 miles Belle of the West. bound for New Orleans.- the Superior Court thelhstnct of East t, {
The Court of inquiry adjourned on the 21st, The House of Commons of England having : in two days returning him at night the second The owner goes with them, and thinks the demand Flond for the County of Duval, I will expose f : :
wfiiras their uroceediujrs determine in Mexico are concer-the 22d passed the Crown and Government Securitybill day. In the mean time he had been deeply will be so good that he will make a fine tpu sale, in front of the onHouein the ,., ; t
uei The court was to on the foundered but cured that the in the .! .t' )
so effectually of-Jacksonville '
adjourned Bd on
by overwhelming majority virtually Tow ,
_ _ county
there to re-assemble in the U. States.THE ,
owner would have known of it if he first in June bet
on Wednesday evening, 19th April, for nothing Monday next, .e i : i' .
TREATY. the Easter rccets. had not been told. In other cases he was nearly Honoring a Private.-A very considerable hours of sale on that day,a certain negro s t 4. ..;

It is now roundly averted in some of the Prince Metternich. his Princess, Prince as successfuL This is his method of cure:- demonstration is to be made at Smithsburg, slave called Chloe, and her child George, taken 'f ;: : .":.
Jlexican papers, that the President, Pena y Pe- Richard Baron Charles Hazel, and suites, have Bleed" him immediately in the neck according Washington county, Md.. in honor of Mr.JamesA. tion a the property of J Joseph B. Lancaster :.. ;r;!.: 'ti
ta.will assume the responsibility of ratityingthe arrived in London. to the severity of the founder-in extreme casesas .Furley, a wounded volunteer recently returned ,to satisfy an execution in favor of Goud 1 ( \r
treaty should he not obtain a quorum of The run on the Savings Banks of England is long as he can stand. Then draw his head from Mexico,when a public dinner will Banks & Co. THOS.LWI ;;1'J : _.I\:
it in This simple and with a back on his be given him. It is surprising that heretofore 13 1848. & f.. Fa'J. '
Congress to act upon season. still on the increase. up, spoon put tongue May, C :fi
assertion indicates the fears which are cn- Meetings in favor of the Charter, have been salt enough till he has swallowed a pint. Let the honors have been bestowed only on the ep- I ":: .tl.:.

tert&iucd the su[ cct. held during the week in almost every town of him drink moderately. Then annoint the edges auleted gentry.-Baltimore Sun. Runaway Negro Caugbt 0 :f
In the Free American of the 29th we find the England and Scotland. of his hoofs with turpentine, and he will be :I A RRESTED and committed theJa of 1.':;: .43.. :4-
/oily wing translation of a letter to the Arco Iris, The Chartist Convention, before adjourning, well in an hour. The salt operates as a cathartic The John Donkey says that the Pillow case Duval County, a runaway neg 5 't
written I'roui: ileiico at the -last hour;;J appointed deputations to visit the provinces, and with the bleeding arrests the fever. (pillowcase) is mighty dirty. It needs cleaning. feet 6 inches in height, and He ,- : : : .1
Letters have just been received from Quere- adopting a petition to the Queen praying the Nashville Whig. says that he has been tried and conncte inNassau 'J;t. .,'.

taro by several respectable huu&es in this city, dismissal of her Ministry.A The Slate Abduction Case.-The meeting held Perhaps it does, but, very respectable whig county for enticingawa1 hbr' :Z ;1'i;!i 'i

and all agree in saying that the treaty will not Chartist organization has taken place in in Boston on Monday night, to aid the persons editors contrive to lie upon it.-Boston Post. a ne slave belonging to Mr. W. .: .; !, \' :.:t

le ratified by the 2d of J uiie. Eight days ago Scotland and is spreading throughout the arrested at Washington city for abducting slaves same county. The person or persons who : h..
ecven delegates were wanting to constitute a country with: great energy and vigor. was tolerably well attended. A number of A young man advertises for a place as salesman have a legal right to demand said negro will '., [4'
quorum in the House. At present fifteen are speeches were made by Henry Clapp, Jr., Dr. and says he has had a great deal of exper- please come forward, pay charges;and take h / t, '
wanting. Many more shuw a disposition to IRELAND. Walter Channing, Elizur Wright, and WilliamH. : ience, having been discharged from seven different away. JOS. A. ABE ':Z i'
absent themselves, The prevailing opinion Ireland continues in a very critical state, and Chauuing.and a committee appointed to raise : stores within a year. ., Jailor .1 :" ;, j
among American officers is that there will the excitement among the people continued to funds for bailing the persons arrested, and also JnckoTie May 13, 1848. t. \ '; :'.. : i'
The St. Louis Republican "it is absolutely'certain" '
le no peace, and it is aid that the American increase rather than diminish. to test the constitutionality of their imprison says, Proposals for a Loan. tin
troops are making preparations to march on Arms are in brisk demand, and the peopleare ment before the Supreme Court $7,500 is the that Mr.Denton will not supportMr. % .k-7rf I t
Cass for the next Presidency shouldhe
being openly drilled with pikes and rifles : CiHV'r.g
!utreuro as soun as it is ascertained that Congress bail required. TREASURY :: J
despite the threatened interference of the Gov- be the nominee of the Baltimore Conven- DEPARDE'T : aj .>
will Jar.. is in the \ \
not meet la department rion." 0 : "U"I' ,
s-s ii
of yucretaru. together with an acli vefUemllero ernment. Indeed there seems to be no longer The Duke of Wellington and Ireland The Wll be received, under ;, J
namcl; Vera, and Paredes.and, is re- any doubt of the lace tInt Ireland is on the eve Dublin Herald, the most active leader of anti- A Newspaper in a family is equal to three SEALED. props Mch .p.nx, VJVt> JftSre IT J
lt.tll3 '
cruithtg soldiers 10 oppose the Americans as of a civil war. repeal, bays that it is rumoured in certain circles months time in a school each year. Go into a on Saturday, the 18; sixteen $&&
soon as the Armistice is broken, and the time is Most alarming demonstrations public opinion in London, that the Duke of Wellingtonhas family where a newspaper is taken, and into millions of dollars of United Stte reimbursable ? !$ ;;.
continued to be wade and it wus the those who -cannot afford it mark the differ- sok 34
I general
not f.Lr of w ben this, will occur. said that "the time has now arrived forgiving twenty years from 1s'r .
The Vera Cruz FreeAtiieric.iu has an article, i opinion that bloodshed was not far off. a constitution to Ireland} The opinion ence in the intelligence of the children and be day of July, 1848, bearing six percent :': .

irobdblv extracted from the American Star. True bills have been found against Mitchell, of the Duke in favor ofthis act justice, would convinced. . ..-... per annum,pyable.semi-annually, on the first : ; 3 :,
O'Brien, the three
most ,
(City Mexico") from which it appears that new lndIeagers, energeticof have great influence on the movements of the lays ot J JUlY or eaCh year ao oia 1 'q; .
revolutionary movements are breaking out in the Irish leaders. crown. The Irish Mail, Packet, Cork Constitu- CIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT. will be received below par; nor will any bid beconsidered : ,

San Luis,iu cou-equence of the presence of Parties The differences between the repealers, head- tion, Kilkenny Moderator and Droghcda Conservative BEcTON COUNTY, April Term 1848. unless one per cent thereof i deposited 4 }; ..: ;
: iu Uiat cia.LATEST. el by John 0"Council on the one side and Mitch- which have hitherto opposed Repeal, As customary, we, the Grand Inquest of Benton 1 some depository United Stt 4.j;f J

ell on the other, is becoming greater every day. have now declared in favor of a local parlia- County, have taken into consideration the at or bfor the date fixed for opening pro f z :l '. .
FROM EUROPE.BY The rent has fallen to ;25, and it is evident ment, with limited powers." business of our County and have the pleasureto bids, in all cases, must be uncon : tlt1: :t
THE CAMBRIA. that the numerical majority of the Irish peopleis say, after a close and careful examination of psls. ,and without. any reference t q the bids :1 .
in favor of violent measures. In the mean- our public affairs, we find them in a wholesome of and should state distinctly the premi ![?
The Cambria arrived at New York on the 13thlast time, the people continue to supply themselves An Extraordinary Fact.-The following fact others ; The proposals should be sealed: .,t.\.i' \
volumes the state.We u
The tollowiug are the principal items of with arms. and speaks the United States as to:- prospects England have also examined the law in regard to and endorsed KProposalsfor loan of 1848," and t.1 : 6.'..

intelligence as transmitted by telegraph to Sa- The C o tra.-The .Sanatory _Commissioners_ uAt the dedication of the Hancock Schools in the public roads, &&. and think it prudent to addressed to the Secretary of 'thfc.TreasuryWashington ;- \ "
state that as our county site has not yet been .'j'4 '
City D.C. The' h. h :
I the Parliament of have may '
Boston Mr.Mann stated
TAJlIIa\1: appointed by England as an interesting fact, sum
established 'we think the roads sufficient forth ? :"
be will be the
to to
accepted paid
The made a remarkable report. It appears that that for the last ten the expenditures of require 1e \ :
French elections had passed off quietly.The years present time and circumstances,as it wouldbe of the nearest the '
Cholera and Influenza are intimate diseases Sttes .
the of Boston schools the
city for were equal to depsitor .
Aloderadoa labor for
in the and the
are generally ascen doing nothing dragging of the 11
both delighting in the same localities and that whole schools in persons 'J
c. expenditure for England, by citizens from their peaceful homes. feTJj. :.
whose be successful but
offers :
the latter is far than the for- may ; .1' v "t
more dangerous
the of
The Government for 17,000,000 people. They .
Pope of Rome had cordially welcomed We have also had our attention drawn to the of the accepted bids from not residing !
Last November the Influenza attacked in bidde ; a.
each other
mer. with
from to
:Martin, the American Charge d'Affaires. London making, for the "kept pace year important subject of education and for the ben in the United.States,must. deposited with the ; i
500,000 persons, spaceof :
Commercial affairs are gradually improving eleven weeks, 6,145 deaths per week above year. efit of the children of our county,whose parents assistant treasurers at New York, Boston, Phil.* tt J
w England and France. and themselves have undergone the hardshipsof adelphia, or New Orleans. t ;t :
the usual number-an excess greater than the : : ;
The The Penalties Distinction. The Louisville t
Prussian of ,:
have Schles- this frontier that shovld have
country they
troops captured entire the Cholera in the To give an to all persons to participate ; .
rig,after a bloody engagement with the Dauaairmy. mortality produced by Journal says: Gen. Taylor is certainly payingthe the full benefit.of the sixteenth sections, we in the OpprtuDt of funds in this stock; I
which it in
The fortifications "Btormed at twenty-one weeks during raged penalty of distinction. A daguerreoty- recommend that the Hon. Judge Probate and bids will be received for the denomination :( .' '" '!
lhe point of the bayonet, and the town captured 1832. On examination it seems Cholera is di- pist direct from Baton Rouge informs us that Commissioners of the County Court do attendto of certificates lowes 4 i .. .

after an obstinate resistance. The Danes arrhoea developed to a monstrous form by a peculiar when he left that place seven daguerreotypistsand that part of the law by ordering an electionin i for fifty dollnrs- well f'l b lw-b 1 I ,. ;,
state of the atmosphere accumulated a lrr.
log twelve thousand in killed and wounded, and five portrait painters were there, some ac- those townships that have the requisite number I All certificates under one thousand dollars 1 ,; "
moist exhalations with sudden of tem
the Prussians three thousand. The war is still changes tually at work upon the old General's likeness of electors which the law requires in each will be.transferable on the books.of the treasury l'i; )
the ucold developed
Influenza is ordinary -
perature. and the rest their turn to '
impatiently awaiting
progressing. '
township. but all certificates for that and hfij
; sum upi '
in its first
!laLombardy, Charles Albert gallantly main- to an epidemic.aromatics Cholera and get a chance at him,and every stage and steamboat We would especially call the attention of his wards will be transferable on the books.of the i t :J
WM his position his still stages; readily yields ; opiates brought a reinforcement. the.Governor to the of State
at headquarters being astringents. Now having found out the cause, Excellency subject treasury,or by delivery_with u attached: :1 er1!! a>
tolta and cutting off the Austrian troops in the Pre-emptions and so amend the present law as at the option of the bidder. To avoid' pens' ; _
have but to it to prevent effect
the\tnettan provinces from their communica we remove intelligently ; Merry England.:The Queen's householdcosts to draw the attention of citizens in other States confusion, and multiplication of accounts, all th
the more
and we can
tions. The Austrian had taken Trevano and knowing to cause,the effect. It becomes- the mournful denizens of merry Englandone to our favored land. We also believe that persons certificates with coupons attached will .be for !cM t ,
valtts proceed modify $5,000,000 a year; each of her children .who are actual settlers on land, whether the sum of one thousand doll .
to _
bodies all
then the of remove
The Sicilians are much in dread of the restoration duty municipal bad drains and draws $150,000, and King William's widow is State or Government, should have the sole right The successful bidders ,will bo 'ed.i ,
of the Bourbon dynasty, and contend stagnant pools lands, ditches and ,marshes contiguous, ifpossi-in a pensioner to the fortune of tv million; the public and benefit the soil they tilL. Our object is deposite the amount awarded: five equal instalments -' 1 _
for IB i independent Government ble forest ; debt is $800,000,000, and the yearly expen- to hold out all inducements that will .havea in each of the months of July,August, t
In Spain political affairs are in great agitation fact, to take away,as miasmata.A far as possible. every causethat ditures $276,000,000. tendency to populate 'pur' country, with respectable September, October, and November of the pies ,

tad a grereroiution is momentarily ex- may engender enterprising citizens who will ent year, except for sums not exceeding twenty

eCte& A letter which Lord Palmei-ston had lively country girl had a bashful'lover The exports of ice from Boston in the monthof draw from the soil of our'fertile" lanls. the hid thousand dollars,where the bidder may be:desirous

t43&ddresed to the Government had been sent back whose name was Locke. She got out of patience April were, 8213% tons, making, ,with the den wealth which lies'b1 of.making immediate p ientjin'wM 1, 'j ? '. ,
him with insult In Madrid business was with him at last and in her anger declared that previous exports since the lst')January, 26-, In ,conclusion, .wejtender ,our thanks his case the whole amount may be at once deposited -" 1 _
PlCtely atagnant.Ortllgal half bad 45S this' Honor Joseph B. Lancaster,for his able and dignified The stock will bear interest. In :.all. case*
Shakspeare -haa not said as many ) tons year,.being an increase, 7147 -
is also on the *Te of a revolution things as he ought about Shy Locke. tons over the exports of the same time last year. manner in:which he administered to from the date of deposite. "t -( '$ ;1t'__
&the Queen is about abdicating in favor of this Court. We also tender our,thanks to Thos.I .Thebidswm.be. opened at the Treasury Despartment

her. Mrs. flournoy, wife of Thomas S. Flournoy, King,Esq.,'for,his kind'attention as Solicitor at 3;p. m,* on Saturday:. the, 7.of. j1
V There are deplorable accounts from Baden Esq., the Representative in,Congress from the A Confession.:person informed C/istfc Ad- and.. his gentlemanly deportment to:this body. June,1848, in the presence of all persons who Ij4c
1UI h8!ted the entrance of the troops of the Halifax District Virginia,died suddenly on the Tertiser, at Cincinnati,,.that. during the past We-request'that these Presentments" .be. published may'desire to'attend;bat, 'under*a "provision' _
CouMeron. Gen. Gadern was shot dead by 31st ult. from brought on by witnessing year he had aided'405 runaway'.slaves' ,"and only in,the Jacksonville Newsu. ': introduced into the act ot 3fst'of MarcoJast.: no* _____

the rtbehsj; bloody conflict ensued, which was I the agonies a spasms little negro who was choked. four of them.had been caught.: ; 'f C..T. JENKINS. ,,Foreman.. bidder Will ;permitted to.1tithdra'irlJ1is.1jfcf. J _
"u.ed bj a dreadful ulaugater of the citizens i i11etb '. - : ."j- tJ' J'.r.r .\ -'' On all bids not accepted, the;s iount.deposited j W _
'Was tranquiL Judge Benson" used to 'tell a story of a jury. The.John o'Grot Journal states that ,merchant .:l (JNOT1CE.eJ in.adtanee will be immediately returned.1;'The'

that had under. their consideration.a.case of in, Easter Jioss, in his anxietyto) eat SIS WEEKS after: date, I shall apply.to.the whole premium on',the amo awarded'musfr j1 J _
BTTHE BRITAXIA. horse stealing. The. penalty, attached to:this the poor, lately nailed* aJump lead toone of .*the Judge.of Probates for the countyo.1icLi4 I be deposited! : part:of the first payment requ .
The Prussian Diet has teen" dissolred in a crime was at that time death,; but, as palliatingcircumstances his scales. Fortunately for bis'Customers.he -*''r r''.L\tri''of Administration-on red.in July naxt ,;" *- .* .

ZDoet IUldigni ed manner. exis the jury thought/in this selected tbe'scaleirhich;.held',the-weight* andxintiimed' the estate.j of tEe lt'Rob'Orng, de-' B JJFALKER, .'.aI --.', ... w _

ro The rtat.twe from Atl5ln3. aDd Ita.1 ii not im' instance,imprisonment would.suffice; and" they < CldoiD..n.bi mipcsstWajtoLterA.month3 .L.l1 > : f.u,.. ,_ ''' .;:.1j PI"1'39t'J't..J. .1.--r.o----. V40&r.1'_.ti w..reu r.' .. ...

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"TILL be otI'eredJ for sale fit public nut ry, ; !, UbUC: ncqu. -.
o TO-THE "
'.. 'Y in front of the Court House in the town HASconstantly1on 4 bandd1iCll4zao'rted: >V*' .'LIN r; c 'i ..put:lip tjpiart,botfles:-it i* D.lldOORE; r. "taly iat{ ;
,'. of Newnansville in said county on Monday the .... cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted Albany,Aug. 1844. .. .
next within boors Provisions .. any 8 1d.t..1t'cures..diseases without TO MOTBEaS AND :;
:' 14th day of August the legal Groceries : DryGpoSs, 'LOUI81 i i14RRI17 ;:: '
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of sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided interest ;iutgins:,Sickening or dttUitating pa .Thi'Extracf S
5iZilla13asLea '
,I ; of the following named',persona .and tocertain Hardware, Crockery, .&cl, :,,:viz'f ALLOW is paiticularlyadapted for a prepared inref vnceto tenjr _

,: ; -.., tract of land'known as the' Arredondo Superfine Flour in bbls and -M bbls ; ever AND WIN7'EJrlEDICINE.. NO'I'E'nUlle'"oo has reasonto 11proncbing
Grant 'to and the taxes due thereon beauty and superiority of this Sar- that i1thaI
t satisfy pay Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers ; with 'a pniod-oie t
..'. i. for? the State and county, for the year 1S47, Hums, B tco'\ Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues. ; you but I lay over all other remedies isy it era- should neglect: to Ukeventive it;ft.it is" OI...."
and: all cost and charges for the advertising and Mackerel, Codfish, Salt, Rice;. respectable ates Jlise se,.it invigorates the lor anT of.tbe'DUJ'ftfJoub4,"
sole thereof to wit: Goshen Butter, Lard, ,Cheese, White Beans, of : : body, consumption cured, diseases to fenjalu: re -- '"
I$. I undivided interest of Blood .- myce cleanse.and strengthen, time (of life. 1 his 'l1Ibn
.'The or portion Irish Potatoes; where I : 'pniw lt Tbe dfJti-
"4 .: good and Thos. Tilleston. SperiuOil: Candles; d' : where the' consumption can be cured, several'years by using this'Dleditiu ,1 .
i. The interest of Charles A. Jarvis Green and Black Tea. Rio and Java Coif'eej'; tonishing 8U ,consumption, liver complaint, leu'v IWlble.1orahoae who '.I. .
I f I The interest of Noah Jarvis v Muscovado Sugar, N 0 .Molasses;, perior.-to *,'coughs catarrh, asthma, spit womanhood, as it is calculate to -
I I .' The interest Jeromus Johnson. tuarL':; Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised Fever and : ting of blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the..blood 'fid i

\ ''I The interest Alexander Muir. Sugar; short space hectic'flush, night $sweats di- system. Indeed, this mtUiciw: i iallthe 1a 1ie

The interest Mordecai Myers. Brandy, Rum, Gin, ,Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen. known to cult or profuse expec- disease' to which won* Iftlt1 At
t; The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the tine; Medicine toration and painin It:braces the hole systtmently rt'1 ft; .

p( yeurs 1846 and '47. London Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine which will the side. &0. .the natural energies--blIJtf
.. The interest of Ichabod Prall. have and f.t
; in the impurities thejbody-not eo tark ni"1
..1 The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. tains no can be.cured.. the system as to produce! a 'subs
.: 1846 and '47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- harmless; W> tion, which is the case of most medi q1t1&ri1t

,. The.intercst of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Uinghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta this .there never :was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease, d.. f...l"
.The interest of John N. S.iyer. Ribbons; ', cures all successful in desperate cases of consump DISEASE OF THE BEAR? ('

I The interest of John M. Seaman.: Sheetings and Shirting, bleachM and unbleach'd; require'any ; this; it cleanses and strengthens the TUBE AND DROPSY'NEW .
Tho interest of the heirs of Win. Taylor, for Irish Linen. Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; done is to and appears to heal the ulcers on the YORK,J 0122 .
o',- -", the years 1546 and '47. Cambric, Jaconet. Swiss,anti cross bar Muslins; To the : : nd the patients gradually regain their D*. TOWNs N -Dtll! sir: ,i84l

.. ,' The; interest of Wm. Thorn, for the years 1846 Hosiery, Hikfs, Gloves( Suspenders; as it does and strength. been afflicted"with a diseage of ujl2 "..*

.....; an.. ''47. Tickings. Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; preparation CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with a terrible rupture for oter fifteen ?**
.'-.' ( The interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine scarcely a day passes but there are the greater part of the tinIt.' She bS

0,.: .. \. ,The interest of Israel Foote. &C., &c., &c. I beg you, of cases of Coubumption reported as troubled with shortness breathy *
t ". Jhe interest of Jesse Delano. lmbrelliis-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel often.with the use of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tcring: of the heart, which bajf bewTiSlfc,
.4 ;.1 4 The interest of Barnabas Osburn, for the and whale bone frames; has !already : ,. was recently received: tressing, and has frequently been ,: ffi

'.1. yean;? 1846 and '47. Hardware Sf Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the Towl'sE'So-Dwr Sir : For the last leave her bed. The rupture was -'I1'ill?!
c 1.1 The interest of John Rodman, for the years Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, mending I 1 have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost every vert tJL 7

.lS4Ganil'47. Tea Irays: ; cure for the and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit., 'wW-jr
: ... : The interest of Thomas Dexter, as marked on Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; dolt to did not expect to ever gain my health hud taken but three bottles of Sir*

... .i.. .the.map of said Grant' owner not known for Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Ket- Humphreys' After going through a course of medi medicine she was entirely relieved,our of ttoSi
.'. '.r. the 1S46 and 47. tles &c. &c.
years ; of course, the care of some of the most distin- of the heartfand the rupture baa
.o' .The interest of Henry Dudley, for the years A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. least I hope regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared.She ,.IQ.

I. lS46and'47. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. of South in New York and elsewhere has also had the dropsy
t" THOS. C. ELLIS late Sheriff Boots 'bt'er
$ ShoesMen's, and Children's P. M. Cohen ; the most of my earnings in at- much swollen. We had oidf&thatalf ,

w.. ,. and Ex-oflicio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A the city of to regain my health, and alter read be so benefited, as the had such a f
"j for Alachuu county. variety! of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines enough for paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- diseases. But it has as strange as itWT

,._ d :.. ,February 19, 1S43 6m &c. ten out of it. After using six bottles 1 found pear, relieved her of the dropsy. ,Iantt ap.

t. .;. ;3oLEAID. Jack1lonvilleAprilI5,1848.: ly paid for it. great good, and called to see yon at that this statement is so strange as to Mm! !
I above reward will be paid for the ap- as I have ; with-your advice 1 kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is. neyerthel! .JE!
I. .: THE Mathew: C. Eubanks, who is WAREHOUSE OF Owing thank you for your advice. I per reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certMiuVyw

; : .. ;: c charged with horse-stealing: and other crimes. PRIN'I'SONLY.No. summer, taking the Sursaparilln, and have been uable mt'diciueDnd: should be used br'trnr
:. The 8Lid Eubanks left this County about the lands are I attend to my usual labors for the last one'that is suffering as we have been:.' If w

..: :. first of May last, and is now believed to be in 56 Cedar Street, New York. deal of this I and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account, thcy are at hlttttil
: .'"? East Florida. --.-.-. ---, will be to Sarsapi.rilla to continue my health. call at my house and have ocular demonstniL..
', Eubanks is about 26 2S of and speedy ; the of all that Yours
:-- Said or years age, me beyond expectations respectfully,
., '. .t rithcr spare mode, broad across the shoulders, roBOT'lF) <& mID, to either case. CHARLES QUUI Y. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 JamtH.

; ab Lit six feet in height, red or sandy h.lir, (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) :\ Essex Co. N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. -

'\. .; : shoulders stooping, face round, complexion Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE AGUE. ojNen Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chns. DY PEPSY.

:'. '< :; light or :sindy, and blue eyes-complains of his HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the VTHOLS The being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidihe b.8 ever been d !eoTir
... ,, '. breast, hnd has a cough that causes hoarseness of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale named g(> saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so ntarly resembles the gustrfejuci
: ;.-:', "dresses" genteel, and when in this neighborhood of the Single Article ofPRINTED the sale of to the best of his knowledge and or saliva in deccn'p! owngfood and strcEgtkesJB

; to... : passed himself oft.as a Cumberland Presbyterian it will be ('HAS. QUIMBY. the organs ofdigtstiou as this preparatSu' of
J p. ).' Preacher-he also professed to belong CALICOES.Their Country and subscribed to before me at Orange, <.iparill.i. It positively cures every cut of
if < to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account present Stock consists of nearly fit by August, 1847. CYRUS: BALLW1S, dyspcjia, however tevfie or chronic. -

r M-; given us. the s.iid; Eubtnks was arrested near One Thousand Packages, made to Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPARTMENT, ALIUST, MUI10. 1841
:: If'r- T.LD1pnlY, in East Florida, for his misconduct Embracing some THOUSANDS of different DR. 'Iow\ I.r.D-Sir: 1 have been'utiatj

; I : ; and as he passed himself for J. Rober- patterns and colorings, and comprising everything TWO CHILDREN SA YED. for several years with disj.iptia in iu torn

.. son, he was brought to Montgomery by the desirable in the line, FOREIGN and few families intlct'll-in fact we have form, attended with sourness of stomscL,.kr|
t : 0 Sheriff ofBenton County, r'loridiupon the DOMESTIC.All : of one-th-t used Dr. Townsend7s ofr-ppetite. extreme heartburn, and a trwaversion
;, t i supposition that: he was Jesse Roberson, who of which are offered for sale for cash or : in time lost any children the past to all kinds of food, and forTttki
!, "I'r! ... was ch irge I with forgery, and who broke jail satisfactory credit, at the LO WEdTPRICJSby THE : while those that did not sickened and (what 1 could eat) 1 have been unulleiortUia

; & ,' in Montgomery last spring ; but, as he proved A certificate we publish below is con- but a small portiac on mj stcrcj.cL.! Itriedtii,
: -I not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New SOUl'In r. evidence of its value, and is only anoth- usual remedies but they had but little or u 8eff'pft

; and we,hve re.ison to believe he will make his received : : of its. savins the_ lives of children : in r-nn.vin iTii> <>r.ioi,1int. T v.......: j_. 1
almost '- "" -
Styles are day -------------e -z'- "'''11''''
way tow iris E,ist, Florida>as his health is such and many of them are got up for our every own sales,, vi11p.n__'., 'J R, (1111r.Williarn. ,-Dtnr; Sir: Iliad two chil cd, about two months since, to try your E1tn

If : .: as to induce him to make his way to a more and not to be found elsewhere. by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and I must s. y with.little COBfidcnce -

.. Southern circuit. fjT Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I and dysentery one was only 15 ; but alter using nearly two bottles,I
.. '. SAMUEL S. SMITH. day to day, with every variation in the market Watts, in old and the other 3 years. They were found my "Pietite restored<< and the tesrttura
: i THOMAS J. SMITH. are placed in the hands buyers. Ague ; he rducedand, expected they would entirely removed, and would earnestljri-:

;. H. J. IIARRELL. Merchants will be able to form some idea of mony is were given up by two respectable: commend the use of it to those who ha"bets

: .: Cahaba, Ala., Sept. IS.,.. 1847. Nov 26 the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe When the doctor informed us that afflicted us I have been. Your, &c'1. -

111 Circuit Court state, that the value of our usual stock of lose them, we resolved to try your w. W. VAN Z. r'\1)T.)
.' ,- EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of : 1848.'i. :\ we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but such as Lanwnpopt.'l'S
Mr. W. there being so much stuff ad that hide the! bottle and han
Cou.vnr OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by completely
; Dear
= ,- our irgest wholesale jobbers. This fact together Sir that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P. TOTOtSEMX:
: Anna Morley, ) ; your Fever that we did for it undoubtedly saved Office
with the liGFulton-st.SunBuildhii
[ Bill for Divorce. fact, that our means and our
,\ !i : John vs.Morley. ) attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained a of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Redding &'co. 8 State-st. Boston ; Dyott

: appearing to the satisfaction: of the Court, variety of articles, arc devoted wholly to ONE. your Agent to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 1 North Second-st. Philadelphia;&
!.: IT affidavit filed that the Defendant in the will render the advantages which we can offer: to my JOHN WIL OX. Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Bahimcre; Durol & ; : .. by to dealers am happy ,Brooklyn, Sept. 15 lt>47. Richmond P. M. Cohen. Charleston Wright
;, .. t I above entitled cause resides out of the State of perfectly obvious ; and it shall be. the ; ;
,"' : !: Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this our care th'it none who visit our establishment. state course of LUNATIC AYSLUM. & co. 151 t hartres-st.New Orleans: lOSScntk

I :: Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant shall meet with any disappointment.Our Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st. Albany; RYan nckirk, 292 wr.of

I : -f-' by JamesV.. Bryant, Iv q.. her Solicitor, assortment is complete at all seasons of Aysl um, BlnckwelFsIsland: ,is the Market and Broad-sts. Newark, N.J.'Mdbj
: 4 -j. ., It is OrdereJ, That said Defendant appear the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants generally
; ';.. an 1 answer the Bill of Complaint of said Compi S.-B. F. LEE.: formerly of the firm of AGENTS. RIlE UMA 7'lSJ1I. throughout the United States, West Indies and t
I i tl,. linint within four months, or the same will Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original S. C. T. J. only one of more th.m four thousand the (;an: das. A. :31. REED, AgentJacksonville i
;t J .; ( be taken as confessed ag.tinst him. I firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con Carswell; ; rheumatism thit Dr. Townsend's Sar- Florida f
t J .; It further Ordercl, That a copy of this Order nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed Jacksonville, ; has C'ureJ"1he most severe and February 26, 1848.. ly i
4.< duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, business in connection with Messrs. Lee & ; cases are weekly eradicated by its ex
i Ga.
.; ,
i td..$. be published in some Newspaper printed within i Judson, and assures his friends that the new LaGrange; Dorsey ; virtues : HOLMES & CO.M

t M-t the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively concern shall have the same pre-eminence in Ga. BLACKWELL'S ISLA>D, Sept. 14,1847. .
If' ., for four month this branch of trade, which formerly distin Tenn.; W. ; ; & -DtarSir: I have suffered ESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have reoml:
; i I ..' # THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. guished the other two houses to which he be ; ; for nine years with the rheumatism ; their stock of Merchandize to the bije

i pO. '. I. O CAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do longed. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry Atlanta, Ga. ; : of the time I could not eat. sleep building formerly occupied by he United State,
.. : ; I had the most and known as the Government Building. lifj
;i 4 hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an Anderson ; distressing pains,
i .. Order made and entered of record in said entitled INVALUABLE I. vjlle. (1:1. were terribly swollen. 1 have used" have added to their stock, by the late am ill
: : : ciuse in slid Court, on the 23th day ot'II. FAMILY COMPANION. Prescott: &; ; of your Sarsaparilla, and they have from New York a lull jjssortu.ent of Try (Good'

i ;; :... March, A. D. 1818. & Flanders ; more than one thousand dollars worth Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c, ie,
..:. Is WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set SIX Lectures Causes.Prevention and Cure &, ; ; 1 nm eo much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at rwactd
i,:S : I'J' [L. $.] my hand, and affix the seal of said I 1 of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases the Macon ningham M. ; relieved. You are at liberty to use prices.:
t. Court. OSCAR HART. Clerk.April Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 ; ; benefit of the nfilicted. They are now prepared to purchase Cotfcc
t .1 4m engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges, ; JAMES CUMM1NGS. Hides and other of the at fti
,t. 1 1848. respectfully, produce country,
.1 .:_ ,_ _ __ Mail to Florida ; F. ;
I any part-postage 9j-o cts. COULD NOT WALK. highest :Market rates and make cash adwacn
.. : NOT 11.1C.PERSONS R. S. Baily
Shoulder Braces and Chest Saransk
$2. their in
Expanders, on consignments to trit-nds
I Dr. Townsend's is the
Sarsaparilla ve
interest in the For sale
having: an manage Mail to 50
cts. find
any p.irt, postage. Inhaling Charleston or New York. -
I ,. (' for female complaints there'is ,
direction of the administration F. A.
Tubes, Silver $3 by mail letter In*
Abdominal have
postage. They n new article of Wrought
thousands and thousands or"
:.. upon the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued : ,upporters A liberal ; 3
I perfect, $3 to $10, for all debilitated females that Ploughs-to which they would respectfully e
t. out before the lion.Judge Probate: for Columbia October were pros
.. Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb the attention of Planters.
: Florida will please take notice that I those diseases to which females are
county, and Weak Back and
: Chest
'I the subscriber administrator upon such estate For ; sent by express ., soon in the enjoyment of robust Jacksonville, Nov. 6, tf
i iI everywhere. Braces or Supporters, or -
59 Gold
under the of an act of the Legislature ,
provisions Rupture Supporters
give height from headto FORWARD & ALDRICH
4 Florida, entitled An act to provide for. foot, and circumference of next the THE New YORK:, Sept. 23, 1847. ,
person surface -
I the' re-establishment of the Records for the : just above the -Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT Il
hips. If mention
,!' 4 +..l county, of Columbia, and for other purposes/, which side.: Agents wanted for Rupture the sale, of the conducted been very sick, and in a greatly Wn.1 practice in the several Courts ot'La1j
4 I approved January Gcb. 1S47, will avail himself above goods. Address Dr. S. B. FITCH to all orders state of health, being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of }
707 .*
,. of the privileges therein specified, for the purPose Broadway, New York, postpa.id. and di complaints such as females are liable WM. A. FORWARD, St. Augustine. .;
; : : of instituting copies substance of all papers April, 1813. them will be ; ; got so bad at length that she was entire LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville.: ......
.c1 .i'' :, belonging; to the aforesaid administration. ly _ all kinds of to walk, and was as helpless as a child; '
i ... Can be found: now on file in the Clerk's office of Fifty Dollars Reward, ity. Mr. J. ed using you,: Sarsaparilla: and WM. F. CRABTREE, :

t'?' said county pipers and instruments of writing WILL BE GIVEN BY THE ,.began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR' AT IAWV, !
purporting to be substantial copies or counterparts .i-a undersigned for the apprehension ,l) :\ left her, and after taking seve- .'I.Jacksonm4" Fla.t: :
administrator's bond, l letters of administration and safe delivery into the vertised for she is restored. Being a singular WILL attend to any business niriist41I1S

and: inventory and appraisement, &c.' ; Duvnl County Jail, of the fol- this notice :it might do good to publish it.- hands in any: of 'the Courts in the Eastern Circuit
which fire the first receive a number remedies that done her
were destroyed by on day pay : : of Florida. .
lowing to wit Venis
negroes : a woman [Ian-
.. ,w. of November, 1846.& This notice given better nib-ild the amount previ usly. Yours, respectfully, :
.. a boy, Georgiana, a girl and what chil.
MULLEN 87 Norfolk-st
the administrator to his Old JOHN FELIX LIVINGSTON
; to enable enforce application dren the above named Venis might haVe borued Type .
l: r. before the proper tribunal for a discharge since'she has been absent per Ib. ATTORNEY
supposed to be two AT LAW, *i.
.1 upon final settlement. or three, and Ellick, an olj African man. J3The TO LADIES. Jacksonville,.FI*,_*
'I' ; ; SHUBAL BURNS. The above fugitive slaves have been absent printed" was T PEDlALE MEDICINE. WILL practice in all the Courts of the Elite I
: By Agent. for nearly four years. JOHN M..PONS.' : : ."( SARSAPARILLA is a sovereign Circuit. .
1 .
:.' : Alligator_ ,_Feb. 26th. 1848. 3m_ Jacksonville, March 25th. 184S. 6in cure for incipient consumption, and -

', Duva! Militia Claimants. prostration of the system-no .AUGUSTUS C. .GILLETJ,,*
non-commissioned officers and privates CLARK LAWSON, 'the result inherent cause, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA*,

TUB Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- FACTORS AND GENERAL 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS SIX produced by irregularity, illness. or And Commissioner of Deeds of the State of C*'

Ii.: panleFloridaMouuted Militia.for service in the Savannah, Georgia, tender their services the Estate of can be more surprising ,than, .its in necticnt,.within and'tor the State of Flor i:
yenrs 1838-9,who have not yet signed the necessary to planters and others, and solicit consignments the human frame. Per- JACKSONVILLE,.lIJ..:! I
effects on .
r i papers,relating: to their claimsin, the hands on cotton, and all other kinds,of country county, :- "
and lassitude from
weakness taking
of said :co : CHAfcLES; COOPEB '
4' -. of the undersignedarerpquest&L to do so witho it produce. They are agents for the celebrated. -
robust and full of under
$ ':1 delay. The papers: to be signed are left with Etowah Mills, of Cass:county; from whoto,they ..Estate; and, ome. It immediately counteracts energy the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT tWill '

1 Col.: Pons, at the Post Office, or may be Migned are weekly. supplied with Flour. fresh 'ground! Letters of of the' female frame which is the practice in the several Courfs'ottbi.f
' ... which all'p ,
r : tt my office.. GREGORY YALE, and! equal to Northern flour. They alo keep 'of barrenness. tern Circuit'of Florida.
; : # .. Agent Duval companies.Jacksonville .on; hand constantly osnaburgs : desired to *;' Jacksonville N01':26 iS47.' ;*.ft
: 1S48. and"yafns, : not be expected of us, in cases of so E.'F.. ,
March 4 :
.,o', : ... ,--, --tf, _ from the' Eatontbn, Ca right, Planters, and ., nature, exhibit Certificat&9tcUrCB ;
.1 ;
; t
;iI' Cedar Shoal manufactories CHARLES H. PELOT.
i.: i ', p,.. s. Preserve's, Fruits.'&c. which'they. :. ellatthe ; T; ,'but we can: assure tfie afflicted that : <1A
.g 4. '.,. 'IXED PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, manufacturing'prices. .: ." of cases have been reported to.us., ATTORNEY AND COUSELLORJ,
11 848. .a: 6> T OUR
I f4 :l'BiOtoryNut! = Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, March -3til -" :JD the : : \ "ND.: My wife being'greatly dis ,' .. 'Lfoft.fliver.florid: *. ? I
.' .. Salmon and Peas in cans Preserved .. wetness'and general >deb515ty>nnd :
r. 's. Fresh Lousier, j ----- for leave to ,;WILL practice; in thet severot.'C/onrtp: ?: ;. ,
I I W 'Ginger, Cr.lnberry..Jam and Jelly:, Cocoa WM..S..LAMSTON: : Oran.Baxter continually by p!!'in .and with !other Eastern Circuit J 'Florida;.!buwnfssentr>g '

: : Paste, Chocolate,. Maccarpni, Vermicelli. FACTOR AND COMMISSION 'MERCHANT will : sand' having known Caseswhereyour to his cnrvvrill meet with''prompt atlentioB.
1r Yeast Powders, Soda and Seidlitt do., '. ,: ." ,' ,';.9, be14* 1is "effected, gmt, cures; 'and also ... .
: bfsaidde :
S. .
I Charleston; 'C;. > JOSEPH W FIITH
For sale by A. M..BEED.. c minewle4 forsuch cases as I have ; -
[ .
.: n :FiRENCES-i-E. G. Jaudon ;! -. *
I I'..! I'% April 1.,1: 8.0.. .-. _. Esq'near' ;facic.so3TIIle I'Otand) a, bottle of o r.Extract. HXvrVo'establishVd hi1ft1iUA,
);:;.-", 1 ;E.F.;; GoWJq.: 'J-YcDoWd; ; Ga.:j'C.-M.ME4rCnarleston :: ; : tri t41 and followed the directions you" as GENERAL .COMMlSS1ONI4.. '

j t I".', )tW' '" .. T 'S' OABDENFor .-...SEEDh.,., : fj :: aot".j fI.. '..HonLEJH.; I '\.S ';oJt : : In'ii'etprt period itrrmoved her com- will. attend" -t" < f I sab by A. .. 3EED... ; EmoreCliarle; tcn,8.C. For jd1 ir&tored* her tou halt :" '"Being care with despatch -'

; -\F116t 1848. Fcbruuy 10, 18iS 11 April; for the benefit the received, take November 19, 1841 tt .


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