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 27, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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with the advertiseMetsmarked i we extract from troubleaome of it I &
il1njmiUed :to give;I copies, requtstyoi #
*i\h the numbel.liDtrrt Cen titnti.n .r the State .f PI.vlda. the -
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I!;candidateS, for 511$ for Montbs.ofhce.'Cal'f' t I '10))0 I AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th { -No. 26.:] '.' and now,,**'believe, in Philade1phia.-ED.[ 2 5g trances pounds fresh:<
and Creditore, I : 10 00 Article of the Constitution of this State so AN ACT authorizing a' term of the UnitedSt NEWS.

Notice to Debcri for Letters of Ad mini atrati on .5 00 that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall t s Circuit and'District Courts. at Chicago, SUWANNEE Put the* lime into a stoneware vessel, poo*
'Arrlieatioa religious notices will be insmed gatui. hold their offices for a term of eight years IllinQis. ., : .. ." upon it a sufficient quantity; of milk'to make a 1) 'oJ

'P': .AU instead of during good behavior. .& it enacted by{he :JSenate and House of Representatives' -. BY MBS. M. ST,.LEON.LOU .. mixture,,'resembling' cream// the remainder Of t.. w,

eUI1!i'!AU.dm'S5al1\ e personal, communications willk SECTION 1. Be it enacted by "the Stnate and of tlie United States: of America inCongress Suwannee! Stream. !how.. .brightly glide,_... the jJ milk is.,heVio f biddait t lastiy'the 'i

hir"1 lIS alye.tIgement3.Ubitli the House of Representatives of the State of Floridain ai eir hlf.d. That a term of the.circuit Thy waters. in the pale moon lam i. .whiting'ih i dl r d'son :.
mUlL paid on ,
'iT for JAb Prio\ing. General Assembly convened That the 12th and district.co tts 'of the United States:for the While in thy calm and silver tide, .the surface'J of the/-fluid, >bacb it graduallysinks. ; j;

"f, r".ry 01 die work.ccrnmUflCatflS. must be addressed to I IIIJ Clause of the 5th Article of the, Constitution of State Illinois shall hereafter be held at the The pale stars faintly mirrored'gleam.. : At this period it must be well gtJrred in

: All& HS3 RD' postage 1141'_.1' I IGIL1.iff this State be so' amended as.to read as follows, city Chicago, on the first Monday of July _in Beyond,in dim;fantastic gloom, or ground as you would other paint, and it isfit ;;
; each boundless forests dark and for use> u7hmnnay'be added 'any coloring" 1: ;
viz : That at the expiration of the present term year. deep;
8Iea.Packet l.ineBXTTVrEKN ROUT. C. WINTHROP Shrouding nameless t mb matter that suits the.fancy* 7 :
ld' 11.s.m. of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, many .
_w with the exception hereinafter mentioned, the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Where Florida's wild warriors sleep.Snwannee .' Jt.is to be.applied in the same' manner,as other .1
paint and in a few hours it will become dry. "
__ __ Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judgesof G. M. DALLAS. r
a the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term, Vice President of. the United States and .Stream t each giant< oak i Another coat may, then be dded"' and so on. until cf tjr ii
the work is This is :
& PAr ATKA, FLA., of eight years, and shall hold their offices for President of the Senate. That. bends above thy waters blue, :. completed. paint '*
great tenacity slight j F; :
that term unless sooner removed under the APPROVED May Can witness how the echoes woke
pro- ,
OF 9,1843.JAMES '
BY THEWAY which enables it to bear rubbing evenwliiacoarse \
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BBCNSWICK ST. MARTS, GEO.; visions made in this Constitution, for the removal K POLK. When launching forth his light canoe. -* 'without being in the'least i;!
address and : The red man's oar the broke woplerfcloth, ,
BLACK CREE AND Judges by or impeachment; stillness ; ,
P/A&\TILLE, PtBLIC-No.27. degree IDJur d; It has little or no smell even t A
for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonablecause [ ] Or when from unerring bow
FLORID. when wet and when is inodorous. :E.;
TlCOLCTA which shall not be sufficient ground for AN ACT in addition to an act therein men The arrow flew with deadly stroke ,
Mail5tesm.packetsl.t ..
connection with the Charleston Daily tioned. I It is not subject to be blackened by sulphur .!,
In the Governor shall remove Startling the fawn and bounding doe.
SARAHRPALIlLNTr impeachment any :
the steamer
Savannah, ons or animal vapors and is not injurious to ;;
the of them on the address of two-thirds of the Whereas, by a certain act approved March ,
Palatka to Lake Monroe, health. All which it decided
from qualities give a ;
: from Picolata: to St. Augustine General Assembly ; Provided, hoirever, That the second, cighteeen hundred.: and twenty-seven, Suwannee on thy banks no more advantage over white lead. .
US: Mail Stogn, shall be stated in such there was granted to the State of Indiana to
mack Creek, viaNewnansvillc, cause or causes ai length Shall thy own dark brow'd warriors stand. The quantity above mentioned is sufficient br
and from and Columbus, to address and entered on the Journals of each aid in constructing the Wabash and Erie canal, Nor say as they have said before 27 with coai.-&s- R rr
Mineral Springs yards one
covering square
Atligator, House. And presided, further, That the causer "a quantity of land equal to one.halfoffivesec- "This is my own, my native. land" !.
napolis Republican.To
frllahass'ee.tCAMULGEE.] notified to the intended tions wide on each side of said canal and
Capt. P. ICXELTY. ciusessha11 Judge so ; No more the war whoop wildly rings -

MATThEWS I '' N. KING.TM. to be removed" and he shall be admitted to whereas, by an act approved<< February twenty The arches'of thy forest through; Preserve: Beifst Vf* find the follow 2j t

GASTON ,- U J.IbnRARD. a hearing in his own defence, before any vote seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-one, there Nor hunting torch at midnight flings ing mode for preserving. beefsteaks in the Anderson

leave, Savannah every rrcsDAVknd"iTrRDiyMoRxi for such removal shall pass: and in such cases was confirmed to said State the lands selected O'er thee a strange unearthly hue. ((8. C.) Gazette, which we hope some of t
These packets and and undersold grant for that part of said canal be-
the vote shall be taken by yeas nays
>6at, 10 o'clock, ar our citizens will test : 'X .
entered on the Journals of each House respec tween the mouth of Tippecanoe river and !Terre Suwannee Stream! thou flowesion fi
Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go "We have often found it a difficult matter
ti'at' Haute, and license was given to said State to to the .
tively. Majestically sea i1
St. Augustine before night everyThursday ; preserve beefsteak sweet and tender for any ;
through to and Mondjy. S'c.2. Be further enacted.; That the Judges select other lands subject to private entry, or Unknowing whether good rill, i length of time after procuring it. in market, as :
first under this amended Constitution such part of said selection as was holden againstthe Or joy or woe are found by thee.
Returning, le. ve Palatka every" TrrysAY andFrIDAY appointed the ordinary method salting is sure, more or ;l-"
; shall be divided by l lot into four classes. The State by the legal incumbrance or title of Yet a heart had bled to take.
MORM.NC. at 7 o'clock, touching as aLo"etJ"b less, to harden it and to render it less palatable. I'; J.
first class shall bold his or their office or offices others ; last selections have'never been made Its farewell ofthy silver tide, .Speaking? of ibis matter not long since to lady t i'

way. all loir boat in complete for the term of two years, the second for the and completed : Therefore, And many a heart must bleed and break, friend of ours, she remarked that she had heardit
They*awl are handsomely furnished in every respect term of four years the third for the term of six Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives In lonely anguish by thy side. said, that beef well enveloped in corn meal j r:

.rder, commanded by gentlemen of -well years the fourth for the term of eight years. of the United States of .Amtrica"iACOllgress would keep for a considerable length of time :

; are experience on the route, und their patron [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority assembled, That the State of Indianabe And now, oh bright Suwannee Stream, without salt. We, on hearing this, determined ;

known assured that every attention will be December 32.: 1347. Passed the Houseof and is hereby, authorized to select out of any I Where once thy forest children stoodI at some convenient time to try the experiment.So -;
are Representatives l II.\ the Constitutional ma- of the public land in satd State subject to pri- stand beneath the pale moon beam nit :
to the safety and comfort of passengers, on Saturday morning, 15th we purchased :
paid the careful handling of freight. jority, January G, IS48.J vate entry, a quantity of land which, together And gaze upon thy rolling flood; a fine piece of stage. and after cutting :
md to
April 29 1S4S. 6mGHEAT with the land already received and holden by And melancholy thoughts will come three
AGENTS : : into pieces of the weight of two or pounds, t. f'
Savannah. said State for the construction of the. said Wabash For they who dwelt upon thy shore instead of applying salt each piece was completely ; ;
& .r
Brooks Topper, IN THE PRICE OF and Erie canal will make the full
REDUCTION: amount '
xiled to a distant home- and '
Darieu. enveloped ,in corn meal, packed ;; ..
.t. \ Brunswick. (' celebrated Remedy for the equal to one-half five sections in width on each Thy green banks they will see no more. away with a sufficient quantlty.ofmeal between < .
0 FriedlmJer, Fever and Ague-from Two Dollars to One.- side of said canal: Provided, nevertheless, That .. :,
St. Marys.Fernandei the pieces to prevent them coming immediately :.
Join Descent. -
a Bisbee Jacksonville.: The following gentlemen are my authorized no selection shall be made of any land but suchas For me-there a stream more dearTh in contact with. each other. In this condition .T, ]:.
: .' Black Creek. Agents, and have the genuine for sale. was subject to private entry on the first dayof n thine Suwannee's e'er can be ; it was permitted to remain till it was prepared ." ...\
.t Coy, Orders from any part of the United States, April, anno Domini one thousand eight hun- In .
l fico. Cooloy Picolata.LOeiJ. gentle murmurs on my ear for the table. On Thursday morning following,
., P.ilatka. TI ill meet with prompt attention. Address' postpaid dred and forty-eight.. In dreams of night fall soothingly; being the sixth day after it was slaughtered, : ; rz'

L L1fitte & Co. Charleston. WM. HUMPHREYS, Jr.Savannah ., Approved, 9, 1848. Oh Susqnehannah,I would brave the kit of it was served up, and was pronounced .; ..

.V.B.-Goods; consigned to the Agents fcrmrdel I Go The dangers of the stormy main, by those who partook of it to'be in every respect .

free of commission. Freight from Sa- AGENTS-Messrs. Marxton & Brothers, Baltimore [PUBLIC-No. 28.] To taste thy cool! refreshing wave, more delicious than it was the day we Pro-: ;;

f im.ih and Charleston and all way freight Maryland; Dr P M Cohen. Charleston, AN ACT to make Ship island, in the collection Thy willowy banks to see again.It cured it. We state the above simple facts for ,, .
; '
South Carolina. T C Risley, Hamburg, S. C.; R district of Pearl river, a port of delivery, and the information of those who may not already .( :

payable September by shippers.17, 1S47. tf S Bailey! Laurouaville,.S. C.; T: J S Farr, Gra- to authorize the appointment of a deputy collector may not be-far, fat away be informed as to what is here stated; knowingat .: r.

-. -- hamville, S. iv 13 U- Bytherwooct. Beaufort, b G.; for said port. From all I loved in days gone by- the same time that one simple fact is worth & .,
IN CIRCUIT COURT. It T Patick. Salem Term. S Walker. Madison, Be it nacted by the Senate and House of Representatives From all my childhood prized-I stray dozen theories.' t' .t.
r.: Ctnc':iT OF FIAJRID*-COUNTY of : of the United States of America in _- '. .-+
'snrv Go.V K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; Shotwell & A stranger neath a sunny sky; -
ST. Joirxs Is CHANCERY.fhoouthera : Congress assembled That Ship island in the collection Democratic National Conve1 &. We learn ::
: Gilbert, Macon. Ga.; J H & W S Ellis, Macon, Yet still of that green vale afar,. .l
Life Inmraace ) Ga.; Lightfoot &:. Flanders, Macon, Ga.; Dorsey district of Pearl river, in the State of By day I think-by night I dream- from the Baltimore Republican, that the large 'ry :

&. Trust Compa-I & Knott. Griffin, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta Mississippi, is hereby made a port of delivery, There dwell my friends-my heart is there- and commodious Church of the Universalists in i "

sy to use of Arthur M. } Bill to Foreclose Ga.; William Root Marietta, Ga.; Cunningham and that the President of the United States be My home Suwannee! by thy stream. that city, has been selected as the place of meeting :':

need, I & Co., Dalton, Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson: LaGrange authorized, with the advice and consent of the Columbus (E. F.) May, 1848. of the Democratic National Convention. If .; :

'S.Augustus r Ga.; Winter &- Epping, Columbus, Ga.; Senate,to appoint a deputy collector to reside at we are not mistaken, nearly one.thousand per- ;
I said of island who is hereby author be accommodated on the floor' of the '*!
I'oujaud. J B II Mitchell. :Ncwnan, Ga.; Joseph Griffin, port ship sons can .
kauijj been made to appear to the satiafactiou i Burke county, Gi.; R II Barrett, lleeseville, Ga.; ized to perform the duties of a collector of the "SEEING THE ELEPHANT. building, while the galleries will hold six or ;; "i

IT of the Court by Affidavit that the I McLano & Co.. Jacksonville, (ia.; M C Williamson custom" and who sh&l1) before he enters on the The origin of this now common and expres- eight hundred. The proceedings will be of ; i!!

Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed la\isboro', Ga.; Win. Hodges, Sanders- duties 'of his office, take and subscribe the oath sive phrase is thus described : such momentous interest, that an immense as"i

in the above entitled cause, resides out of the Ii yule, Ga.; W A Hayles, Louisville, Ga.; W A contained in, and in the manner prescribed by, Some years since, at one of the Philadelphia semblage of the democracy may bean cipiated. 'j
the United States the seventh section of the act of the 3d March ,
State of Florid: au-1 out of C.lrswcll, Savannah. Ga.; P Mirtin, Savannah, theatres, a pageant was in rehearsal in which it .
ml. in,'ubt. one of the Vest India Islands and Gt.; J A Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; William eighteen hundred and seventeen, entitled an was necessary to; have an elephant. No elephant Depravity.-We heard yesterday a story involving { ::

bfyoudtlHMarisiliotion of thi-j: Court. Thcrl'I re. Clrr, JacksonlJorn, 0,1.; E A Burch, Hawkinsvile. "An act to continue in force an act entitled 'an was to be had. The "wild beasts" were a degree depravity almost incredible. '\: .'

On motion of 1'V.. Downing, Esq, Solicitor fur G-; Samuel Palmer, TJolricIl, Ga.; J nCoh' act further to provide for the collection of duties all travelling and the property-man stage di- A Dr. Mitchison, of Shelby County, Ky, had :; :

uid Complainant. .: Black Creek. Flurid-i; F A Poullen, Jack- on imports and tonnage,'" &C., and who rector and almost had fits when, they been for sometime attending the family of Mr. :. .i

It is Ordfrtd. Thit the s.tid Augustus Pou- sonville, Fla.; J Wright & To.,New Orleans, La. shall give a bond for the true and faithful discharge thought] of it.manager Days,passe l in the hopeless task N. Guthrie, of the same place. As the story ; .r

jaud and Othl'S be required to appear and nilI I April S, 184S. W. HUMPHREYS, Jr. of his duties, in the same manner as collectors of endeavoring to secure one; but at last Yan- goes, Mrs. G. and the Doctor undertook to poison / .?<.
ntr said Bill Complaint within six months I naval officers, and surveyors are required her husband. The wife was administering ;-
---- kee ingenuity triumphed as indeed it
cf the same will be taken us onte:;!:ed againsttun. I TATE OF PI.OIUUA s to give bonds under existing laws ; and the does and an elephant was, duly made to always orderof the dose, furnished' by the Doctor, when the ..'z s.
MONROE COUNTY. compensation of the aforesaid deputy collector husband detected the design, and charged- ?T4 '(.
wood skins paint and varnish. Thus far .
ItisfarthiT Ordered.That a copy of this Or,Ior., Benjamin Megin, shall be the fees established by law for the services the matter, was, all well, but as yet they had upon his guilty spouse. She confessed.-;the .' !

duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, Kpub vs. } In Chancery. "he may perform, and no more. found no means to make the said combination whole, and produced letters from the Doctor, : t

lished hi sonio vr&pnpcr }1l"inteJnithin the Thomas Taylor I' Philip Approved May 9, 1848.I travel Here again the genius of the wherein the devilish scheme was exposed.:;'; -.;.: "t

Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a mouth consecutively -:1'\"Ycr.' and James Filor. 'I director and "stuck manager", Guthrie and Mrs. l&chison were to be disposed ;
man out
for MX mouths. ,caring to me by affidavit that Thomas [RESOLUTIOPUBt.JC 5.] stage property of, and the criminal survivors were. to be mar.ned. '
1'l'&p and two of the "supes" were duly installed as .
[ISj nl'q THUS. DOUGLAS. Judge. and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the JOINT RESOLUTION respecting contracts for Ned C- one of the true and, Mitchison is.said to be about fifty years ,t (I

I PETER B. DUMAS.: Clerk of said: Court bill tiled in the above cause, reside out of the hemp for the use of the American navy..Resofred legs. held the, responsible situation genuine of of age, and Mrs. Guthrie about twenty. The ,;' '.1
: State of Florida and that the said Thomas Taylor &nate and House ub'hoys, forelegs is to unknown, fled ;::
do hereby certify the above to be si true copy by the of Representatives and for several nights he played that heavy ., former gone parts having ?
of an Or-ier. duly made and entered of record resides in Europe und that the said Philip of the United States of America in the entire satisfaction of the at the first whisper of his guilt ; the latter:is in .J'

iu the above entitled cause:: on the sixteenth Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the partto and the delight ofthe audience. The manager custody-Loziisville.TournaL : i

cIaJ of Auciut.. A.D. 184;. It' is Ordered, That said defendants appear Navy be, and is hereby authorized, if, in his tedious part, .;
P. B. DUMAS, and answer the said bill, otherwise it.shall be opinion, it will be advantageous to the public however, was a very to be- one, as the about elephant Morals of Boston.-Five ,bodies.have 4.i-
was obliged on the
stagetor ,
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. taken pro confc !So. interest, to make contracts for any term not exceeding hour and Ned rather been picked up in this city within a week, viz : :, }
was too fond of the
Jan 7 ISIS. lamffiin It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- five years, for the purchase of American an Mrs. Bullard,Joshua Marshal, a man.unknown,
-- der be in some printed in bottle to remain.so long without "wetting big the Lowell Railroad James .
-- -- published newspaper water-rotted hemp for the use of the United (near ) Murray, near -\S
In Circuit Court, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month States navy, provided the same can be had of whistle, so he sets his wits to work to find a the State Prison, and Adams: the volunteer, in ;Q tt.Charlestown. .

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas -nnll' emialitv with the--- best--- foreien hemtt., and--- ,way_1.&L-\1.to carry a_"wee.._ ';'_drop"__.J_with... him. The L eyesQI &L_ .- In no case has the certain'cause. ,j -.;...
COTJTVOF DCVAL. IN CIt.\ CER\' and week for four months in 1.-'v--- -----g---- me eiepuuub uemg laaue 01 two porter ooiithe ..lea In addition -
Taylor, once a lit a price not exceeding the average- priceof such of death been ascertained. the
Mary :Moore the said necks in, ,_Ned conceived the brilliant it:lea bodies of several infants either been buried ;
) reference to Philip Sawyer. hemp for the last five years; the inspection and have :
,.5. V Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER, delivery to be at the place of purchase. of filling them with "good stuff.This he fi. illy surreptitiously or found floating in the.wa :.: ,

Henry Moore. ) Judge So. Circuit of Florida. Approved May 9, 1848. carried out, and, 'elated, with his success, 1 ril- ter. These are melrncholy comments: oa the :(j

TT having been made: satisfactorily to appear Tuos. F. KING, SoL for Compl't. lingly undertook to,play the fore-legs again morals of our city, and the fact that they pro- ,

by.affidavit, that Henry Moore, the defen- Key West, February 19, 1848. 9m [rREsoLuTION-PuBLIc-No. 6.J Night came, the theatre was crowded'ith duce so little effect on the public,mind, is the ;

dint named in the above entitled c:,use, resides JOINT RESOLUTION ofthanks to Major Gen.. the denizens of. the Quaker city ; the mu laic most alarming circumstance.-Boston Traveller.. 5. :.
played, its sweetest strains the whistle sou:ad- .'
wjoni the jurisdiction of this Court, out of NOTICE. eral Taylor. ,
thIS State, and in the State of New York, therefore MONTHS after date, shall present myaccounts : Resolved by the Senate and House f Representatives ed, the curtain rose, and the play began. 1.fed An Old Complaint. requirejaUence 1. as .t I'-;,
on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., Solicitor.. and vouchers as Executor of the I of the United States of America'vt'Con- and the hind-legs;marched upon the :.stag'..- well.as patients to be, a successful doctor, :.. No fl

for laid complainant Estate ofj.ames Roberts, deceased, to the assembled That the thanks of Congressare The elephant was greeted: with round uj]pon class of the latter tax the former more severely ;;1 4

11 is Ordered, That the said defendant appear Judge of Probate of this county, for settlementand gnu due, and they,are hereby tendered, to Maj. round of:applause. _The decoration, the ti'ap than.ignorant old women.; Half pro their,corn,1' ,

&ad answer the bill of complaint of said com- allowance by him; and at the same time, I General Zachary Taylor, and through him to pings, were gorgeous, the Prince seated on hill plaints are more fanciful than realcandneith- l

pinant within four months, or the same trill shall apply. to the said Judge or Court, for a the officers and soldiers of the regular army back, the elephant, all. were loudlY.cheer[.- er can be cured. except by seeming to humor #: :--

taken as confessed agninst him. final discharge from my Ex.ecutorship of the and of the volunteers under his command for The play proceeded ; the elephant was mar'cb- their' whimsical, bugbear. noti*,ui :Not' long f:
n.1r&d it further Ordered, That a copy of this Estate of said James B..Roberts, deceased. their valor skill and good conduct conspicuously ed round the stage. Iks IDr -legi.got'dry, I in'dim since a physician the town'ofW-Me.' ,' ; ;;

Order: duly certified by the Clerk of this Court 'I' JOHN ROBERTSExecutor of the displayed, on twenty-second and twenty- withdrew ne'orthe.corkstreated.the7. u-2'//lg was sent for in great,haste by.an old lady who ,

**published in some newspaper, printed within List Will &c. of Jas. Roberts,. dec. third days of February last, in the .battle:of and drank the health of the audience in a b1 dwelt two or,three miles off The doctor.drove Z ,;
the Eastern Circuit Florida week con- 22 1848. 6m per of genuine Elephant Eye'whiskey- a bn nd, to the house the to his ,
of once a April Buena.Vista, in defeating a Mexican,army .of : rapidly putting spurs ;
ecathely for four months. NOTICE. more than four times their number, consisting by the way, till then unknown! On went thel dark bay till the sweat ran from the animal's I;1

THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. MONTHS after dateI shall present my of chosen troops, under their favorite commander play, and on went: Ned drinking. ,The con,: sides in streams. When asked*what ailed her; : i

*, Oscn HAET, Clerk of said Court, do hereby SIX accounts and vouchers as Executrix of the Gen. Santa Anna. ding march was to be "made -the signal was the old lady :replied in a sad sepulchral tone ::

certify the above to be a correct copy of an estate of Wm. F. Murrhee,late of Nassau county Resolved, That the President of the U. Statesbe given and the fore-legs. gered towards the that "she had no feeling-no pain-no anythingbut :'
Ordermadeand entered of record in the above of Probate of said front of the stage. ,The foot-lights obstruchis :ted felt'kindot.fla1t1lMlikel". -' c.'
deceased, to the Hon. Judge requested to cause to be struck a gold medaL and 1 ,
tttitled cause in said Court on the tenth day of for final settlement of said estate, and with devices, emblematical of this splendid way; he rn.ised..h feet steppe :-
county, the orchestra. Down went they vrern- To Dealers in Curiosities Theatres f.i
february pump.into Managers of
A. .
D, 1848. the time apply for Letters of Dis- and to Major General
shall at same achievement
the leader's fiddle over of course tied &c. To be sold off the former
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set Executrix of which all per cfthe high sense legs on ; .cheaply, !i.
mission as Zachary Taylor as a testimony
[L. die I the eleph. nding the Prince, clo:ely owners having no further use for them a lot of
8.1] my hand and affix seal of said interested in said estate, are desired to entertained by Congress of his judicious and 'It
sons followed by izinkeg:, into the middle of the pit. Excellent Second-hand,Crowns- Thrones eel'i
Court. HART Clerk.) MURRHEE
OSCAR :MARY conduct that memorable occa !.
take notice. distingushed on .
_r t broary 19 1848. 4m I .Executrix.JTBTCUBBEDGE The inn.nngerstood horror strucktheJ.in, 1 md Sceptres, lately the property of various Continental
October 29th, 1847. sion., the in ,rul- If f
hind-legs lay confounded, boxes eon'sions Monarchy Curators of Museums would r.
Resolved, That the President of the Unit.edStates ,the :actors choking ,with laughter. d Lhd do well not to/miss this opportunity of acquiring 'f

ALACHUA HOUSE. A BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, be requested to cause the foregoing General resolutions poor Ned, casting one look, a strange blend ling interesting mementoes of a form of government f.
communicated to Major
Subscriber the house next door to Ver- to be of drunkenness: grief and laughter, at.the which seems now in:th-e'progrps of being i ;
TIlE having purchased South side Market square, ( in such he deem best calculated i
terms as
premises formerly owned and occu- Luffboro & Butler's Shoe Store,) Taylor thereof. scene, fled hastily out ofthe theatre, eta idy knocked :.its last legs. Stage managers in (
pitd band' W. Pearson Rsq at Newnansville,- utille, Savannah, Go. to give effect to the object followed by-theleader,;.with the'wrec of his fid- the habit of getting up Spectacles and Processions .. ;1

E.F 1Iia be accommodate, Boarders Approved May 9,1848. performing various cut nd thrust mot!l Ions will find the property really an admirable.
to will be
ready promptly '
tad T vellers after the 1st day of May next, 55- Orders from the country -.- Rotchschild-= how he in the.al'. Imagine the scene paint it for;me, investment, including it does, an extensile iv'
his filled at the lowest prices. A person inquired of some one 'of you,if you con. -. assortment 'old Court,Robeswell adaptedor
.ope5 his make
by exertions to guests as
March 1848. 17 contrived to accumulate so. large A fortune.. 7-
ort&ble .11, TberestdteacIeicanyo notpictnrt the supernumeraries in the f
as possible. He has good stabling, was 1;
said he "when everybody -
Md "By buying, The curtain on a 'stene'behindsceJo l tea. Senators Nobles Statesmen/
s first dropped i :
in attendance. ,
rate hostler DEWAAL
always GALPIN. CHARLES selling, and selling'when everybody was buy No pageant- no more fore; eSst bu. eibody :ery ';.: _' .. ..' .

--nanni11e GEO. M. OmtbB AUC JACKSONVILLE ing." ______________ ... 'hold1njthei aides,.muai ,'a tors,pit, I G 1 tfHf,:'An Irishman,who had a, ?1'ii ,.

April 15,1848. E. F. Aneays 'OdDifp. oiL-.c ol i ) j lerj: andlxixes,'rushed.. fhra the theatre,sh*.LeiKN the.Wocwter>:institution,"_say'. ?that wag a bul.'it.Post. (It. \1
SALTS in part of the County attended "J :.r i l7pf a"...'".\It waiiwtttj s dirtl.c-fVwhfl*" .
1F> 1tB JING, Ji- any an exchangemaybotnpartd: tomauyto- teg..Iwtireea f) ."..,......, ')"''_ '''' v. -":':n ... *
QP EVERT DCICRIFTIOJ', to and respectfully; solicited. ... '"; I lei,bteaiue thty:were born to "blU&nnssut." TII ELIrHArr V i .5.

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:: .4.c'I.. : ('I' ing in'the Tabernacle on Tuesday morning last, TUR. CABELjt>SEXPI.ANA1nON.Weiwrmder ofmiliiPiJi of, I : .0"f'iV etpttssed t>: .

L 'l.TE' N.E W'. .s. and received with partial,Jiissesprhich the Tn- | porti not_ our columns das really fappear I1toor.ridiculous. to the deserve, theirpablic.:;: meeUn P,1na1l.ofwhieh h 1d I
i' ? uino\ice..1'c ij) ln1 have not least neon
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had the ; ap P 'Cd,aadI liar it
r bune would not have been so loud cheep itIe
'. ', says Mr. CABELL J U
this Xeekto, the letterjwhich idearbff defending myself against it. You may I ed to the people or Florida for
the of Mr.
speech rel
JACKSONVILLE, MAY 27, ,1848.19IOCRATIC resolution been proposed addressed of the ehafgabr1a 'the'most of itiaad make thepeople .In a.former
-V it. That to us explanation: make ift you.can ;number otthe !
of before ac- '
... .. ,. r.___ -4---_".-... --- -- I I cording Phillips to instead the Tribune," was a most-ul.en pwcly.ran ghi'" 'nst'him"I1' the Bwston ?' of'Florida b7rlleve thIs bsllrd.IIJ'J I no I I10Dget' charge me,with;."wilful .and ddSrii!
desire to be their Representative. But 'ftS"'tat ion"-
,I king: affair and we learn from our own reporterthat it is shall gladly publishany withmakngi though we '
: Lengthy have Intelligence fsnot tue
constituents more w
gentlemen, my .to
.. to correct
it in all respects a fitting pendant Ul
(IT I'. : : I the above was atrocious extract fron the resolution.We future similar communication, from our than you give them credit for. men t," "which it not. done"-wi&h e

congratulate Provisotsm on its allies,, and worthy Itept"eseatahe Dr.'JOHNSON owe said CHAPTER 3. fa7se o. 1 Isorr 1lflid !ackeoosuch. ", '

1' wish it Joy of die issues to which their doctrines that no raaa,was "er-written down except-by 1ft Jtf>. Cabell draws.invidious distinctions The.;on Floridianof itserrand orAel ioD,n tco l'.li
the '
; tend. The anti-slavery men are: plain-spoken J lumsejf.3: ,,Another epistle' like that.:which appears .between jhis+ town wealth and that of certain tide and- indulge.tt....:.<,;,:

'' '' ,. NOJUIIVATIOIVS. gentlemen.leave nothing They "speakrightoutinmeeting"and for the iraaginatwoa to conceive +in. our,present! .number. and_ Mr. CABELLwill f JDemocraticjgdu'oz' $.M.. ? Mv, _,. ownWith ,u Q
"., .., ;; beyond the purpose they avow. Straightforward have most efi'eetualy'settled hit own hash.. They cannot fail to observe that the men who allof yo ,getittemenjiay reUtfel

'.:.F .y.. ., FOR GOVERNOR OP TLoRIDA: treason is eA the whole preferable to In a former number ot 'cur journal we republished have most violently denounced me, have: gener- been' those.of courtwy and kJDdJ1ess. laHf
: of the and we recommend little permanent interest la the country been pleased to believe that the t* 1*.
.-, N. WILLIAM BAILEY fkttneaking phase distemper, ally leDioi
: /
: concerning air.-CABELL the .
an article, ? Floridian is t
I the political auxiliaries tkese would < that they own few or no slaves, and are mostlynatives my persona]i fY3emp, (
*,. .. the civil which had been origiDaJlY.rtakeo from the Boston free accept my.acknowledgwcnts for !!?
". I be suVrerters of the church of God and f ; of the States. the d

:' FOR CONGRESS: i institutions of the country, to stand up to Atlas, .and commented upon by a South CHAPTER 4. of his unwillingniess to believe me Pil--MJGIr
I dishonorable
WILLIAM P. DUVAL. the rack with their bolder brethrea. Carolina We were mortified that a Representative I II I acts which,the.editonofl? S +
: i: paper. I In which Mr. Cabett gives a side thrust,at ter'taint do not hesitate charge tithe *""*

:of in Congress from cur own State Whig Senators in the Legislature /,Florida) manner> upon loose indirect tesUaoavfifU'

;,.' :.,... ".,.. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: CUBA AND EMANCIPATION. appears that should be deliberately charged by a Northern : end exhibits the elephant' to him of the Wews,'#fc. tract from "a South Carolina paper3'- ***.

..' GEO. R. FAIRBANKS St. Johns. the injudicious step taken by the present Whig and,'a Southern Democratic journal witha I That they are'in many instances, mere adventurers Jlir. Caned CHAPTER 1 i.

CHARLES H. DUPONT of Gadsden. French Government, has also produced_its evil wilful and deliberate misrepresentation ofWiNTSSOPR or political tradesmen-recently from the dents the tkargts of IAc"i

Mr.: views the of slavery. North or some foreign country, who have been Atlas; and makes tint Mr Winthrc *
effects in Cuba. The following intelligence ? upon subject ft
',: ;. : JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. for a few'years"seeking their fortunes" in the ted .A./Jol owls!. .
from that island of a date "p.to the 14th alt, We frequently:called upon Mr. CABELLfor thus With all '.
and who
,'! "' ,. South, among us The charge of .
,. appears in the N. Y.Herald : aa explanation,'deeming that the.. honor of their'anti':slavery prejudices of early education, any unfriendly int *
for t"eon M :
r. and -
: OINTRAL COMMITTEE Winthrop frjbjrL1Mr. ;
I,; TK DEMOCRATIC : : myeelf !s
i in anti- : length appears. -
> instituted the "The white inhabitants 8 were hourly Winthrop never spoke to'IDe in ffim
; which by
: Daval County was ourselves and to be better lit
rr cipation of a general insurreotloa among the ne From the.letter it would seem that it than we do profess kindest manner and most civil termswu*,'
held in Jacksonville last the Sotttk than who have breathed '
: 'f\ County Convention .friends of men '
The Governor was using great efforts to to my letter which was written
groes. has only been drawn out by Mr. CABELL'S fears
,,' .' springwos organized: on the 22d inst. by the attempt and had already imprisoned only a Southern atmosphere, and who have tatioD with him nor did he tdtbontoocerl:
... suppress say that he has lost party votes.; from their to aboli- ne% au ""
., ppomtment of the following officers: JOHN number of blacks whom he supposed to been taught infancy regard complaint at the.statement that "he' OJ
.. be leaders in the disaffection. He also stationed The charge was not made by us, but by the tion and abolitionists with utter abhorrcnce.Th .- Abolitionist; on the contrary e'4 was
) L. RJT Vice President *
; BROWAB.D President AN ;
k if and
.'' troops upon many of the plantations in the Atlas, a Northern Whig journal, and it is with se'Purel1 disinterested politicians "pecu the votes .of the three avowed Abo..''. to
: .' :.; CHARLES BYRNE, Corrcs ending Secretary"; B. I of the town. liar.friends of the. South," having no slaves of the House Messrs. 9
neighborhood ( qiddinp -T
that print alone that our to tk'andp.
: ..: FRISBEE, Recording tuy. and THos. LED- "Mr. Blake, believed of New York, an engineer their:.own to care for, very kindly devote them against him as Speaker, as evident ltii&1Jwas
.. horribly murdered settle his difficulty. The gist of the whole explanation selves to the interests of the slave-holders, and not considered
near Pigawan
... t.t vrmi, Treasurer. was so by them,andtoUiM
/ ..- The meeting ef Convention to nominate about fifteen miles from Cardenas, on the 7thof which might have been 'given in a teach them how to protect their property. No, then newspapers of the North for abu ndaa
a County
April, and his pockets rifled of their contents.He dozen lines, amounts to this;':-that Mr. CABELL'S gentlemen, you cannot in this way affect my dence to the same effect. The only Pu1a"-hi".
: candidates for the Legislature, is postponed has left a wife and child in that city." mistake was made unintentionally in- standing with the people of Plorida. my letter to which he called my attention e ut

., Y for the present Due notice will be given CHAPTER 5. the following tiq

";.:; by, the Oonvmittco to the several precincts to stead,of intentionally,-that. his pamphlet.had 111,. Cabell again brags about his property- "It is, well known to those who are
SLAVES The "Charleston been half printed off before he discovered this in this
MORE RUNAWAY unholy purpose to stir the
.\. : elect their delegates to tho convention. erects a man of straw, and insanely' dashes it to blood in.I QI
,' .... '. Mercury" says: mistake-and that he did actually vote fdr an atoms. asperate the feelings of the South on thiiief{..

...,;. FLORIDA \OLUl'TEERS.We take from the "The schooner Wm. Hazard, at this port from acknowledged abolitionist Speaker;because he i They know that my interests in tho State cate abolitionists subject can of slavery be obtained, that the objeefett1rl
t "On the second out lit the ,
West ef
Key : day
:- Floridian the following list of the members of from ,West reports discovered the bark Sangari was the party candidate.As I are fixed and permanent and identified with erence of their petitions is concerned *UW
..::. Key we far as regards the intentional theirs, and that I cannot betray them without vote of the
:: the of Florida volunteers who have misrepre a House-simply by presenliDltleut
: ... company also from Key West, bound to Boston, lying-to.
and requestedpermission sentation we are satisfied with Mr. CABELL'S sacrificing myself. at the Clerk's table. They have been rtS?
; .: :. died since being mustered into servjco by diptB. and on approaching she hailed, referred.
.. # to send on board a slave, who had explmation-but we feel bound to ask that CHAPTER 6. edly so The Committee hate fa i
cases reported them back to the House
.:; Fla, May 12, 1848. The that slave morning is the been property discovered of a secreted widow lady on board.in St. gentleman why he took advantage of his error In which is given a black list of W/ttgs and "aDe1ll0rrat ed to be discharged from their considr-.Lt, and o ask.. '*.

:".. t..it Gentlemen :-Below you have a list of the Augustine." to serve a party purpose. With the false and ,"-all traitors to the South. This is the course approved by Mr.WintW

:::' names af the persons who have died since they unconnected edition of his pamphlet the whole They will not believe that Gayle and Hilliardof I. in common with the rest of the Southing:

ti the Florida Rifle Company and their Alabama-Toombs Stephens and Jones of members, have opposed their reference..
;':.: Joined State of Florida has been flooded and this is the But
:.,'<:..; residences, up to the 29th March, 181S. This SECRETARY MARCY'S LETTER. Georgia-:-Thibodoux of Louisiana entry and the idea that the reference of one of these-wi.

.. .;. :' list is correct, having been sent to mo by Lieut. The limited space of our columns has prevented edition which would make Mr. WINTHROP ap- Barrow, &c., of Tennessee-Morehead, Thompson tions to .0 Committee by a Whig House ofresentativcs 114

: :.. Roman B. Sanchez ; and, as most of the men resided the pear to be friendly to the South on the ques- &c., of Kentucky-Chapman: Roman, &c, renders our slave property l It -Ifoo

I .p. ... : : in Middle Florida, I send you a list, thinking our publishing interesting correspon- tion of slavery, contrary' to 'the preconceived of Maryland-Preston, Flournoy, &c., of Virginia cure than the came reference which had ,

f ).. you would like to give the information to dence between Gen. SCOTT and Secretary MAR- opinions of every But the and Barringerand: Donnell, &c, of NorthCarolina quently been made by a Democratic lion t fa
of and
one., true
I 'r' w the friends and relatives of the deceased. CY. Upon reading the letter of Gen. SCOTT, we who voted with me to elect Mr.Win- too palpably absurd to deserve a moment's.aj.
i Yours &a SAMUEL RUSSELL. corrected version, which makes out Mr. WINTH throp and Holmes of South Carolina democrat .
r .. confess that we had supposed him to have been a
'r' ROP a decided abolitionist,we have heard of but who assented to his election by withdraw- This occur .'d some days after the appear

s't'! .. .',; OEFICERS. ill treated by the Administration. But upon a one copy that exists in this State and whichwas ing from the Hall, are all tainted with abolitionism ance of my letter iu the Intelligencer, but tie

1 Capt.R. G. Livingston, Alachua County. perusal of the reply of Mr. MARc we were ; and "traitors t, the dearest interests of the day after Mr. Winthrop read it. The -cnlj

i;: I Lieut. 1>. M. Stewart, Columbia compelled to change our opinion. Such a very recently sent to a Democrat residentin South. And yet these gentlemen have done change he suggested ill the letter is the treat-

i} '. ; Sergt. J. B.Murry, cci retort has St. Augustine, by a personal friend, also a precisely what I did. position of a laic in the above sentence, to ill tV
U1r crushing.-withering-annihilating
i .. '. make the words 'This is the
T. J. Branin Democrat : course
t Scrgt. at in i appiwid
present Washington CHAIITER 7.
not probably appeared since the days of Junius. Mr. '
: by
.' Corp. W. T. Ball,Marion, Winthru'p. precede the sentence JTie
4 ': ,' PRIVATES. With the coolness of an anatomist, he dissectsthe must have been some management somewhere.The I Mr. Cabeli sa that a party man must "proceed. committee have in all cases: reported them back.1"

,. '. .= ; W.Springfellow, Alachua, charges of his antagonist, and turns them correction as given in Mr. CABELL'S expla- i the entire s71iM.- &C.

A. E. Harris, Tallahassee. overwhelmingly in his own favor. As a specimen nation, will show that the corrected pamphlet Had we insisted upon making this election CHAPTER 12.

j .' 1 C. A. Scott, Madison. was not suited to this latitude. turn on sectional issues, and refused to vote for Mr. Cadell runs a big bill v'uh t
select random the fol- up
of the at
., John Grant Tallahassee. style, we Mr. -"wtt.
Winthrop because he was a Northern man
then owned that he did for ,
Having vote an and sends a large mail to Flori a.'t
: M. S. New Orleans.
t i t. Ingrum! lowing paragraph: the vote of the Northern representation would *v*
i J. Lewis, Wakulla. abolitionist, Mr. CABELL attempts to explain it have been concentrated some one peculiar I did not regard the alteration nmtl'rW.u.I
r. The it is the upon
crowning outrage as regard
i} 1 4 W. McClemmy, Madison. simple fact that and, you'-the three arrested, away by making charges abolitionism againstthe "unacceptable to the South, who would thus had properly represented Mr. W. so far as'rJ*

.II- r, N. Thomas, Columbia. officers" "ore all you to be placed together before Northern Democrats. Of course this is no have been elected. gards the main point of;the sentence, to wit;
f '; ': J. Leach, Alligator. the reference of the petitions under the' rule
. B. SmItb, the same court-the innocent and the guilty- argument whatever, even if his allegations CHAPTER 8. but I expressed mY'tgfft that 1 had nmnndtr*;

'.; II. Cannon, St. Mark the accuser and the accused ; the judge and his were true. In a question like this, we de- In nhich .JI,. Calcll exhibits a slight ignorance stood his position in the slightest degree, for
dealt with alike. "Most
c t.. B. S. Tully, Tallahassee. prisoners are!" exclaim. "And why is impartial it not- nounce a false hearted Democrat as well as a of mathematics.So feared it was too late to make any corrvcthi,
; 1i: E. Bryan, justice you letter been several in the haads
in ,. having days
treacherous Whig. this far from its being true that tote could my
i i.. '. W. Gilleland, impartial justice? On what ground rightcan Upon we recognize no my of the printer and some of the copies printed
t...' 'j ? you claim to have your case discriminatedfrom party lines. But Mr. CABELL'S statement is have elected a Southern Speaker, as has been and
R. P. Spcir, sent that day to constituents in Florida
l theirs? It is have assumed to stated in your papers, you will find if will my ,
1 .' eO W. R. Dangerficld, Alligator. true, you full of sophistry and cunning. Why did he not you among others to yourselves and the Editors of
be their judge,and have pronounced them guilty take the trouble to make the calculation, that if
l :' :' a C. Vickers, Madison. ; and complain and repine that the laws of speak of the course of the present rafher than Mr. Winthrop, who was on the floor at the all been the papers. 1 feared my entire vidrr" 'til*
: Morgan Alligator. completed.
!J f ::... ';: D. Tidwell.,Lowndes co., Georgia. the country do not allow you, their accuser, to of the last Congress? Why did ho not give the time State, had voted South, and the if every Whig rote from every I proceeded, however, immediately 'to tie
of Potomac had been
institute decree. But givenfor
.' J W. Levihus Tallahassee. a court to register your vote the Wilmot cast this ,
upon proviso as the printing office, and found that about :2000 to-
t, you are not their rightful judge, although they highest Democratic candidate, Boyd of '. .
: William Scott had been
i\ *' spring He would then have shown that while Kentucky he would not have been elected. pies printed.
1 R. Eccles were your prisoners. Before that court you all .
;;. D. K. Lay, Leon County. stand on the same level, and all have equal the Northern Democrats were divided upon the CHAPTER 9. CHAPTER 13.

Iz\ : rights. Though you may have the self-satisfy question of slavery, there was no division In 7rJ.idtlr.. Cabell forgets to speak of the And then he sends another large maStafy j

'x'.3: : ELECTIONS IN 1848.-We give below a.table of ing conviction that you are could innocent and theyare among the Northern Whigs-but that the lat "The Roll of Infamy1 latitude of New England.The I
the act
I guilty, government upon no
t :... the dates of the State elections yet to take place I such presumption. By becoming nn accuser, ter voted solid for' the Proviso. If it had not Notwithstanding your fearful predictions of suggested transposition by Mr.Wintirtp
made and
,.' !IV-_ during the current year. [Our readers will recollect you did not place yourself beyond the reach of been for the Northern Democrats, the measure danger to the South, 'injury to Southern rights,' was corrected, 2,500 additional copies hundrtb, tillS

r 4. that elections have already' been held in being accused; and unless you are clothed with would have been carried. ,And the credit of &c., to result from the election of Mr. Winthrop more than, my were original printed-several order-all of whicl except
the immunity of despotic and can claim -notwithstanding the hue and which
A four of the twenty-nine States-in New power, this Mr. CABELL Mr. WINTHROP! cry was a few extra have been diatritaitd.
I Hampshire the benefit of the maxim "that the King can do gives to. made about packing Committees against the copies,

; on Tuesday, the 14th March ; in Connecticut no wrong" I know not why your conduct, when These, and many other similarly sophistical South, &c., the people of my State see that nota This change None was made at the earliest opportu

,s' :.. on Monday, the 3d of April; in Rhode Is- made the subject of charges, may not be investigated statements, we intend hereafter to notice at single report has been made by any Committee nity.has been made.other was proposed-none otkcr

: ... .....:'. land on Wednesday, the 5th, and in Virginia. on by a court of enquiry; nor can I per- length. We did not call upon Mr. CABELLfor which in any degree favors the schemes o'f This is the simple truth. Neither Mr.VII-
ceive what other or better right you have to the abolitionists, though more than five monthsof
'. .: / Thursday, the 27th.] complain of and arraign the government than an explanation of his vote, but for an.explanation the session has passed. They cannot fail to throp nor myself has sought to conceal it. Tte i

I s., ';"? North Carolina, Thursday, August 3d the other officers whom you have accused, and of the charge of misrepresentation.: observe too, that no successful effort has been statement ot the transposition of the words*referred '&

: ', Tennessee, u whose cases, with yours, were referred to the In giving the latter, he has been compelled to made in the present Whig Souse of Represen- founded to being a 'typographical error/itett
," ,: Alabama, Monday, U 7th same court If yours is a hard case, theirs is tatives to adopt the principle of the WHmot Provisos entirely upon these facts, which
show that Mr.
,I '. was an abolitionistThis readily be seen would induce such suppositioB,
.: Kentucky, not less so. If you can rightfully complain of which was carried through the last Demo-
,. Indiana, persecution by the government, so can they has involved him in the long justificationwhich cratic House, and that the attempt failed by a and hence I presume the publication said to

t ''\. Illinois, u" with equal justice, and an equal claim to the our readers find in our present number. majority of 12 on the 28th February, 1848, the have been made in the. Boston Atlas, as this
a (i was not authorized to make such an ei'
: Missouri, ClK public sympathy.The vote 105 to 93.
With the being
.' Iowa u exception of the clearing up of the planation, either by Mr.Winthrop or myself
'.'. : *Vermont, Tuesday "September- 5th. charges against you did not emanate charge of having made a wilful misstatement, CHAPTER 10. These are the only facts within my knowledet

::.;: Maine 11th.rkanks matter from the in which government it could, nor feel did they relate to in a the whole'letter is lame and inconclusive, In which Mr. Cabett at length becomes considerably to sustain the' charges, which, if true, wou1d

;. .;- *\ October 2d. terest. Not believing it impossible any peculiar for you to sort of argumentum.ad-homiaem from beginningto excited. .. and should consign my name to infamy chart
C( U uI. es of"wilful misrepresentation fraud and falsehood '
.- :Georgia, (( "u do wrong, or that you were exempt from all responsibility end, which, even if true, would not make his Under, these circumstances convinced that ." ,
,, .... Florida, u for whatever you might have done, position better. my constituents would attribute your bitter
4'. -Maryland, Wednesday, the government deemed it proper, when chargeswere any denunciations of me to their proper causes, no- CHAPTER 14.
', '' *S. Carolina, Monday, 9th..Perins'lvania. preferred against you, coming from a For our own convenience in future referencewe thing which you have said would receive evena Mr. Cabell calls for dates and documents }
r a .,r, *: Tuesday" u source entitled to respect,, to cause them to be have taken the liberty to divide off this passing notice at my hands, had you not, in You speak of having other "authority fe'

} Ohio Michigan.t Monday, November 5th. investigated. As the usual and mildest mode of lengthy production of our Representative, into the virulence of your political animosity, gone prove what I pronounce a base caZi vvs. 'Tw
4 u it u proceeding, they were referred to a court of Chapters with so far as to question my veracity and chargeme threaten to-produce it if I dare deny year in*
J1i1 k Mississippi Louisiana u u inquiry. Until you can show that you enjoy appropriate Headings. We trust with personal dishonor. Even these charges moIlS accusations. I have 'denied them a&j

Texas cc u" the transcendental privilege to'have your official Mr. CABELL will accept of them, in sympathy I would: not have noticed in this way, had it again pronounce them basely false. I challenge

; New York, 7th.13th.. conduct exempt from all examination in to his readers. not been for an article in the "News" of the you to produce your "authority." Let7B I

., *New J Tuesday'u u u any form whatever you have no cause to complain 15th of April from which I make a few short know who is .my accuser. Let the peoplftof

'1 t # Massachusetts erscy"Monday of the course taken in regard to the charges House OF REPRESENTATIVES extracts "We find that the Whigs of this Florida;know "the authority" upon which 7 c
Delaware Tuesday 14th. against you. May 6th 1848., State are beginning to testify just indignation calumniate and' defame the character; tier
If our extraordinary pretensions are to derive not only at the treachery to Southern interests Representative. Justice to me-jnstiaj;
In State of Wisconsin that is to be OF THE "NEWS": JACKSONVILLE :
the new ( ) any support from your distinguished servicesin AT which Mr. Cabeli has manifested"-' yourselves justice to'my constituents destl14

t the election will be held, we presume, on the the 'field, you ought to be mindful that the AND THE- ,"FLORIDIAM.. :AT TALLAHASSEE.' "l\Ir.Cabell, in his celebrated apology letter, the production that"authority." .f 0

.{ _. Cy first Monday or Tuesday in November. three accused officers, put uhder'arrest by you, CHAPTER 1. declared that' Mr. Winthrop was not an aboli- CHAPTER 15. ;
have like claims for distinguished services. On In which Mr. tionist. Mr Winthrop, upon seeing the articlein .
In those States which marked with Cabett : d
!" arc an asterisk acknowledges the. attentions the into declares Mr. Cabeli"exhibits the lephantv to a.9+
the of Intelligencer./i a passion
r pages ,impartial history, their names and ,
ft' .If (*) members of Congress are to bo chosen their gallant deeds'must appear with yours of the gentlemen who preside over'the: ,destinies that he is an abolitionist,and Mr. Cabell promises Carolina editor. ;
.>, .. as well as State officers. and no monopolizing claims,seeking "malignant of the."News'andtiie"Floridian.: '. to correct: his "typographical error" in, his The editors of 'the News will oblige rLh1'

. The Presidential election is to take place exclusion at the expenses of the "truth of his- Gentlemen:-I have been too much engaged pamphlet., His pamphlet if published, and lo informing me thins*gli their press" ft.nTrt.: Vni.i.

throughout the Union on Tuesday, the 7th of tory," will be permitted to rob them of. their with more important matters notice i the numerous and,behold! there is the ,same "typographicalerror" "South Carolina'paper" they i o led the uue
$x fair share of the staring us in the face. *, :* :*, ao :
glory won by our gallant. army articles published from time to time in singularly and gratuitously abusive v-.. ->
M November. The electoral college will contain while under your ccmmand. your papers, in which you have indulged in "But when the Democratic papers denounceMr. ter'stranger as lam; and also by giving ma th

$ 291 members, (counting four for Wisconsin) of I cannot, however, hiutregard) your solicitude lavish and unmerited censure and abuseof my Cabell ,for.voting 'for an Abolitionist and date of,the Boston Atlas, 'from whfch.aatfei'

tt R which 146 will be majority. for the. support of discipline to, be more ostentatious self since the commencement of the present Mr. Coheir replies that Mr. Winthrop is not an tract" is alleged to have'been_taken./ .. J
abolitionist tells
session of and.Mr. Winthrop Mr.Cabell .
: than profound. When a general at the Congress.I CHAPTER 16.
he has *" ,*
: FRIENDS FOES. The head of an of, freemen who do not lose have; paid little attention to .charge knowinglyuttered a falsehood
army your
) ? AND following paragraph "When Mr. Cab en dares .to deny the charge Mr. Cabeli talks'of"coffee and pistols T .
their citizens that I "betrayed the dearest interests ,
rights as by becoming soldiers of the
'- from the N. Y. True Sun, journal that valiant we shall then give our authority. I do not of being titsauthors
sets up pretensions to dictatoriaTpowerwhen South, because, with the entire Southern Whig suspect you, gentlemen,
k ,;- ]y'sustains the rights of the South, amid a host ho contemns the authority of his government delegation, I voted for a gentleman to be Speaker I do EMPHATICALLY t.t.V and UNEQUIVOCALLY "DENY of this vile scheme, to ria the rcp4

I = ;1 'mss of Northern fanatics, truly represents the and is much more ready to censure than to execute ,- of tho House of Representative whose for THE CHAROB/? and'demand the "authority" up- tlorTpf a man who'has! s 'never ,injured *:1--:
i tune it is to reside in on which it is, based. I. say unhesitatingly; Your columns I kn: w 'are to PO] -
: ,r': ... ':1 wretched mixture of irreligion phrcnzy and its orders and tructions-when he de a non slave-holding State. open
: '
all which artier
the responsibility attaches to al friends "
Your and I of the
" nounces, on. outrage and a punishment the desperate ;efforts to make the people of see inmany,: ,
\ bloodthirstiucss against which we contend. It as a gentleman that there is not one word of written : '
attempt to. submit, his acts, charged to be anoffence Florida believe that I am' tainted with Aboli against me evidences. of i I.1
)/" retie is'acknofflcdged by its own advocates that against subordinate,, officer, to.an'investigation tionism,. have but excited a smile of contempt. Truth ;in'the j'charges:;.contained in,;,the ,preceding personal' hate which'can;hateao restingiiioui'.h >
? from the News... ,If it be,. characteristiadsomebfthese'articl'
extracts made
**< be about in in'the "- ,can ts.h': peculiar
r ,, Emancipation can only brought defiance mildest form- when he ad- CHAPTER 2. fi .
to that true Iadmit ,that I c
they are -'enableine tQ
appear J
x readily
'" An'tty two' : religion, morality,and civil laws. : ministers for upholding'tlie an indignant sacred;reproof right to to his superior In..which. _it.appears that lids.,'Cabeli,uiJe[ !,to "deserve execration of all parties," to 'use :vine their'authors.u M .It..

"The Exodus of the slaves from bondage which p'elld.t1 securityandprotcction! appeal, of upon all one,oj'the first families in Jt Hiywa": and..denies the language! of;a, correspondent ia the News I'sh'all'make/no'further-cbtDiaeai; 'UPOD VI'
bo the ruins of the church and : ; : who himself AVbligs.7 :If the d
dust present signs
L i. ; ,over under his command-such a general sets an ex* what he has never been accused f t"Tbe chargesbe course tliat'hbeen'pursued towards weI -,* .f
:; Wfistitutian." notjs trite'j' the public wifi properly estimate must permitted to'express"my 1incttdre'gret
! ; ample of insubordinate, conduct, of wide andwittering The accusation Js too v : ::
K + c Suxfl'was.tbcliiiguagc'ofMr. Wendell"'Phil.harts'blution'offcredat'thaanttslaverymeet"- i .preposterous. .Bornin; those.who. make them., *, .">,, ? ,'" d -'.?. that the important electionnow approtWj
'influenceupon '
sound'military discipline.
: theSouth;mr d.>5 Prlg,slares.hiyin &nd This is the first intimation Lime: had
: ; : <>f the ing, cannot'be-_conduetedhia.tiyJoPefl, '
, : : .- .:i Ress exptQtingoIive, sid. .Ate.. .& them themosj, of the \ ;.
,' \o"" ong, H ..:: indignation 'Aii ,at!iy.eQtitSe u': he i hOAoro1.b le,.:4Ias'o,, ,c t;,'!h: g s po,'tcaIIr'.A"_ '.
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tfJ4e' but every feeling ofm111ature ted !- Folk).'i* vowCd', aboliUon democrats. I. : ".&.. 1 .

.. s a,fJlt1' of engaging a war of perJ -- The Northern "do g1i faced democrat irho go At'a. large. andxtr4p w ctable'meeting. .,of... the ,:t.Dttb Yn the iS>r- : j.;

1: t tesosntb J d defamation character. for compromising, that is for taking away half of Democrats of JuTalJou .t y, held on"Tuesday, ING, relict of the late ileo !: ,

CHAPTER 17. onr rights, instead of the moods, who would on. the:23d inst, at Jacksonville,.CoL'John'Broward 'BKAiWt in the htet...? .,.

I another ly violate the constitution down to 36. and was chosen'Chafcaan -and Al C.. Gillett ; '
inexplicable ezplana-
$(5jcB males who, when seeking Southern rotes, 301.deal rei .FIemmgwi d D & : :

It in mysticism, and periphrastic circumlocutory quested toKwst 'as SecreUryi don but.from early life a I

: i I'** recl a proud conviction that toy own repu evasions, includes every one of the' Northern The meeting having been tailed for,the purOso da, for'the most part: In :.

!,. ( J for the first times has been attemp Democratic Candidates for the Presidency.: of nominating candidates flr this office of 11d.tot the last. ftft ttr ..
If jUOD 11'IDpescbed through your papen is"" Can the Democracy of the South hare forgotten Representative to In* next'General1 :
ti to bed beyond the reach political malice James Buchanan formerly declared principles Assembly sbuvilb rk
: e n ana1 ;I( with from the of on the suggestion ,otthe Democratic Central She .4
bate. Bat turn disgust on subject slavery, before he professed to ; was a pious membeir

t* ***> .* *' ienorainhms and contemptable.fYib .- be fully reformed from Federalism? Can they Committee of the.county that sufficient notice lie Church j kind, t'

| forced into it, which God forbid: it have forgotten his course on the Missouri question had not been given the nomination 'of candidates evet to
"i 92 by my constituents that the repona and his avowal of the doctrines that Con- ready. sympathise : .
see was postponed.
.i I 1i he rests span others. gtcss has the right to abolish slavery in the District aflUctedt, Estimable e;
t' 1111ilit1 s&tified that the following letter from Columbia and in the Territories ? Were I Mir Get). B.Fairbanks,one of the Democrctie she was a dutiful daughter, I ( '

::1il I am French, published in the Intelligencer Silas Wright and John FairfUld, defenders of i candidates for Presidential Electors being present a devoted mother, a true' I

Jr.3Sth excaped your notice;c the Constitutional rights of the South? Ie ; was called upon and addressed the ting .Christian, ,It .pleased God
ettke'to John M. Niles war John A. Martin Van i
THE EDITORS Dix or in '
t Buren. or any of the prominent Locofocos in N. argumentative and forcible manner, I and well spent life to a t
.&. WASHIN/JTOX, Jan. 26, 1848.cr1F.1tF I York or New England? Is Gen. Cass a firm upon the issues which divide the two great pr. few hours illness,she I. #.
and fearless supporter of her ? Can ties of the Union '_
%: I received early this morning rights you i without A groan or a
G from Mr. Cabell, dated on the 22d iast.. rely on any of them ? Those who are not anon On motion, the following resolution Iras uh: t.infant sinks to its slumber. f
t letter the letter to which I referred in m yletter edly our enemies, like Gen.Cass temporize, trim animously adopted : I
.1 11 l to dodge and shuffle seeking to retain abolition : May. she rest. in the peace :
. pnbhhedintheInteltigencerofthisdays support in the North, and yet delude and deceive I Resolved, That the nomination of candidates : t
>s:1, placed by post by the Democratic Slate
yhlch the South. Convention meets the &ABINE
have since learned on that day : ,
the H ons hh as I hearty concurrence of this meeting, and that
.' chick, unfortunately, failed to reach meat CHAPTER 20. we will zealously ccr-operate with our friends PORT OF J. f

until to-day. Our Representative very ingeniously excuses his hroughout the State in conducting the great "
. jAi letter reached me, as it should have batt1eof1848 :
. ton issue. -
necessity of any publication whatever errors, by exhibiting those of"Father RitdaeP
. t dose;the The meeting then adjourned at late hour. May 2lst=-.U: S. Mail ,
. haTe been precluded. Look too at the course of the Administrationorgan a a:
lI'oln't httletter Mr- Cabell says 'It was far, in this city. Has it done its duty to the JOHN BRCWARD, Chairman McNelty, from Savannah,

tar, from my purpose to misrepresent or South on this vital question! It has sought to A. C. GILLETT> Secretary bee.May 24thU. 1
Trio injustice in the allusion I made to you.t .,' court and conciliate dun enemies for party pur S. Man 'I'
. ? then von stated that he had heard from many poses, and even made its columns the medium of Capt. Hurbert, from S3

t1emen that 1 approved, of the principles cm- Jjhn Van Bureu's incendiary anathemas againstthe Anntoi J&pbrt of the Commissioner of the t Bisbee. 1

, bad ied in }Ir. "llmot s proviso, and receiving South. Has it done its duty in denouncing General Land Office.-The following abstract CL A1t : ::
information from what he supposed to be the incendiaries in and out of Congress? No! from the last report, furnishing particulars of May 23d.-Steamer :.;:

tb reliable sources he had no doubt on his mind When they faltered in blind obedience to partyor I the area of the States named,will be found use- vannah. '

ef the fact: that, but fer my absence from the manifested a disposition to disown Mr.: ful for reference{ May 28th.- 8tfeahier St. '

I citv he ahottU certainly hives1'oken to me beforV Polk ns the greatest and best of urea, or doubted Ohio has an area of 25,381,593 acres Savannah. l ;
taking the liberty to use my name. the infallibility of "the organ,:' then the lash Indiana 23.040,421 u r

This explanation is very satisfactory to me, has been unsparingly applied, but Southern Illinois 35i325,209Wisconsin ; : American Commercial. .r

Mj I very much rrgret that I did not receive itlcfore rights have been attempted to be outraged, and 47,175,392 ." teen hundred ships .
sending n.y letter of the 24th instant to the South has been insulted, and the organ is Michigan 38,426,294 i t constantly on the ocean. :0-_

vawiously silent, or merely preaches a homily on Iowa "u 16,983,972 vessels and cargoes may be "
ron.The motive of thcc unjust representations us union and Harmony in the Loco Foco party. Missouri 'I 39,833,171': : S250.000 each, producing 't

to opinions i is perfectly I obvious; and 1 may 1'irtY-I1lrty-rlot our country, is the altar on Mississippi c. 30,153,054 total value American. ,4:

J* permitted to aJd that I hive been told that which its offerings are laid. It has never sustaincd .Alabama 32.499672 all times. Besides this : ;_
nn attempt was nri-Ie operate OH some of my or encouraged Mr. Calhoun or other Arkansas I' 33.068648' teen hundred vessels ;

Xorthern frit-nils by stating to them the opinions : Southern Senators, not peculiar friends of Mr. Louisiana 28,297,602, unloading foreign ports. ,?

I have time and again expressed directly !, 'oik.. in their efforts to maintain the rights of Florida 34,433.056 l
New Use Waste Steam
the reverse of those thus imposed upon Mr. the Slavcholding States by one word of encouragement of '
Wisconsin, it will be seen by this statement, who has a steam engine '
t'abell.Rfcspeclfiillv.: or support. A short time ago we saw is considerably the of all these States J.
.. jour friend and obedient servant, I Mr. Foote, the recognized leader of the Administration largest waste steam, conceived the f'
having a surface than twice
more as large as raise pineapples. The
U. 15. FRENCH. and rebuke of the .
sternly sharply one
that of Indiana and three times as large as that under the roots of the ;
regret that Mr. French did not publish the Senators from Florida (Mr. Yulce) for his efforts of Iowa, with perhaps less sterile or inferior moisture united, acted so l
tutire yrres-pundcncc between us, but the fore- to sustain the rights of the South. And it land than State in the Union-lying between ::
pine-apples soon ripened
relieves from the of intentional was but the other day that )Douglas u Democratic ; .R, .
string letter me charge Lake Michigan and the Mississippi-andrapidly plant being exposed all day ,
Senator from Illinois denounced Mr. .
miMvprcseiitatioii of him. It ia but ,
filling with an industrious population sumes and
I ; a healthy .
due to wyseif to >jj..te that the first note from Calhoun and other Southern Senators as : :
it is
to be a preponderating State in d ers the fruit far superior :
Mr. French was rcceivrd H/IT the jwlittcniion mthfrn Fanatics" for the expression of theiriut :the Union. been ripened in hot-houses. i

the List copy of my letter.CHAPTER. indignation on the occasion of the proposition The area of some of the regions beyond the tech, Feb. 1847,p.139. l:;
of Mr. hale Democrat
(a pseudo ) to introduce
18. range of any of the present States is thus given: \\
Our PijitCidittitire again tJifcaiirffth upon hi* I of a bill Columbia to protect, negro thieves in tho District Northwest Territory east of Rocky German Patriot.-C. B. .
i mountains and west of the Mississippi the PhUadslphier Democrat oJ
,irk..t, adorin frg'ts the "Roll of Infamy" It is known that the Democrats who with Mr. 478,759,798 yesterday for the ,( {t

B .erg bringing communication to u close Calhoun have been most inflexible in maintain Northwest Territory, west of Rocky the revolutionary
permit jae to say that I have had no desire to ing Southern interests, have been visited by the mountains, 18.36,320Emigrant Yt,

mice the quest ili of ubulitioniMn a mere party [ roscriptive vengeance of 91r.1'olk.with as un- Indian lands, west of Dickens.-It is said that :
<]neJi''>n i'i the} 5out! No true friend of the relenting severity as have the Whigs. Missouri and Arkansas, 132,295,630 lised $50,000, and yet ; 'SS"

truth will hesitate to depreciate such attempt.in CHAPTER 2L [Philadelphia Daily Ncics. gant mode of living, is .
jtarti'f with us should be united, and act proceeds of his brain are .
together on this vital topic. Those of the Loco- Mr. CaMJ says many STreet things to the Florida creditors. ;
focus in Florida, who may seek to mingle this Loco Focos, and solicits Taylor votes. ',.
'T question in our lotal party: contests, do not But I fl.lrLcar-l do not hold the Southern original letter was communicated to the Richmond Latest Bmtor.-The' ( )

consult the true interests of the south, and some Democracy, certainly not the Florida Democracy Enquirer: pial learns from "private .

of them. as 1 have before observed, arc not identified responsible for this; nor will I hold them "We yesterday morning received by the Fre- the Ez-King of the French I'i: "1.

: with slave holders in feeling or principle pousible, if, as is bclicthe, Baltimore derickeburgmail the following epistle. We publish 1 visit the United States, but '.:,'
iutoiv-is. Their excessive zeal and the su- Convention in Missouri on the ")
refuses to repudiate the principlesof it verbatim and literatim, for the benefit of
prr"huTl.lttt ,tisc they make, way, without illibernlity the Wilmot. Proviso, and nominates one of the the Virginia Whig Taylor organs, which have which an agent, it would J.
h c-, considered as exhibited to avermtural t infected Democrats to catch the Xorthern Abolition not yet succeeded in defining Old Zatfs "posit chased for him Well, : ,
suspicions as to their sentiment owingtopnst ** cease!
f vote-some Northern man with South- : !
rcceut aftiliat ions. If the people of Florida era feelings like Mr. Van Bui en. 1 believethe Mister Ricby-I wants to ax you 3 questions An Irish Pike.-The ;'

will uo'c the individuals of that party most Florida Democrats will, with few exceptions but 1 hope you won't leve me as much in the cribes the Irish or Crappie : '

virulent in sailing Northern Whigs, indisriimuatcly repel such a nomination as an insults aud dark as ginral taler did mister republican in an- recollect the deadly results .,
< nsindeiitificd with Northern aboli- 1 congratulate them that they will have an opportunity ser to them three questions ov hizzen times by the Irish :

ti 'nist.: then will perceive the correctness of I of showing their fealty to the South 1st-is ginral taler a neutral man; or a jef has again been : ;(
this\ remark. 1 do nut prop -e to question the l hy rallying to the support of the Whig Candi fcrson democrat, like he sed he Was sum time plement to the 'k
gun, may :
opinion which thy entertain as to their ;
peculiar date, the gallant Hero of the Rio Grande. 1 ago ? its construction. The staff If
fitness to represent the interest of the South. trust. gentlemen, that I shall find you cooperating 2d-which is the skeerdest, henry clay or old weapon is nine'feet long .
Theses nt1; ieu surely cannot be aware that if .
with me and Mr. Wiuthrop in the elevation zac ? foot To 1
pike one more.
IronM with 111 prostitute this great interest of to the Presidency of an honest, true hearted 3d & las-ain't sum ov the whig organs in next to the staff is affixed I II ; .
the south to mere p-trty: purposes, the most fear Southerner and slave-holder, for whom the this state a little out ov tune; and if so, I terminating at one side in .rt":

tLc folj-Mof exist1,. ilmJrcttrnizatioiiotsomQof] lti hiss of Florida will cast their votes. I ;lmSUI'C which is out ov tunist ?-in haste yours,tildeth, other in a heavy battle ,f
present L \ :Administration with tho -
will not suffer to GUS.HENTILov
incendiaries you your party Teelings strument may be used for
of the! non-slaveholding states and for the Hentilvil Va. .1-
cause you a moment to lose sight of as thrusting.
that tome of the most unprincipled and 1
desperate dearest interests of the South, and if the contest k
enemies of lire Southern rights are leading between Gen. and !
comes Taylor a NorthernDemocrat Mexico--\tL An ABOLITIONIST IN
British bondholders vt the British (
Xortlirm <
Lucofucus. I will not follow the ,
example will with \i
vote for U01d
me It
you to Quit -- from
bet me of aecn inK leading Southern Democrats Z"d.P House of Commons on the 7th ult. Mr. Ur- appears
that one Dr. L. i
asked if her Majesty's had papers,
quhart government
of being infected because it would
unjust. I rrpcat that I do not liold you and other taken measures to secure the rights of British be a lecturer on the i ] t.

Southern Democrats responsible for the fact bondholders in Mexico, in the event of a cessionof netism, has been detected ;J
CHAPTER that the leading Democrats of the North are territory to the United States of America? State, acting the part of an

_I,. Cuts 1l arx'tis at lutgth that two rtTOngs can Abolitionists, but would suggest tor your consideration LORD l'AL\fERsToN-Her Majesty's\government and has been compelled, in {I
the moral on "a well known fable inEsol'Those action of a public meeting :
.Jllil a rigM. as he believed he explained on a former !
who live in glass house i/" &c.CHAPTER what summarily to
it qUIt.
But I do jay that the influence Northern occasion, had not hitherto thought right tc
Abolition Deut I'fl'r..ts. luirf been all potent with 22 AND LAST. interfere officially, as between government and represented himself as _
with to the claims of the North a few months since
the government. respect yq
prescntadiaini-tnition. Can it be forgottenHlat Which considerably affected the compositors, abolitionist
BritlshbondhalderalnnumerousforelgnState but that he w
a .
one of the very first nominations by Mr. J.)
l'olfas of AlasEachusctts and actually caused the printer's deviT to shed Therefore no steps had been taken by the British in favor of that doctrine J.
George Bancroft, of) stated"to the ;
tears. government upon the point to which the meeting
vlpse incendiary abolition
principles were
uotoritiHs -
deal about ;
-who has avowed them orally and in Indisposition; from which I have not yet entirely honorable gentleman: referred. But although, shivery ;
it not to the fessed to be in favor of it-
printed publications under his name tHe recovered, prevented me from writingthis perhaps, was exactly an answer )
has been since sent to England proper ns Envoy communication immediately after the receipt question it Was of course evident that if a State trict lie had been seen in a t

Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the News of the 15th ult. 1 pray you gave to foreign creditors or to domestic creditors the slaves, wHo Were 1
There its I could in a mortgage upon its revenues the mortgage that the owner of these.
he can indulge his philanthropic propcuC'Lirkhun to pardon length. not, justice to : {1
S tic with and Wright and their Eu- myself make it shorter. I respectfully ask applied equally to the revenues of whatever and questioned the slaves
$lielt Abolition in devising andtuenl that the Editors of all the papers in the State, portion of that State which might remain j and been told by Dr. Major, but
ways the that State could not ali swer-that the citizens
t insult and outrae the South. AuttherawioriousautiSlavcryite in which the charges; to which this is a reply, government by ,,
Marcus Morton have been published will, as an act of justicegive enating a part of its territory, in any degree threatened to take him up, ,;
defeat lessen the claims of its pressed surprise that
Massachusetts is a favorite office holder unAhr. this letter a place in their columns. or strangers upon
der nominated Your obedient servant revenues. to sit and eat at the same ;
l\lk. .
by him as collector of ers. It appeared also that 3>
the E. C. !
customs for Boston
an office in which he can
elling with .a female
wstiufuse hu principles to our injury, thought Effecting Incident.-Pope, the actor, well 1
> nomination was resisted by Southern Sen- -iTh known for his devotion to the culinary art in '
The N. Y. Sun of the 19th ult. e A'resolntion was
&Ul11 says
both or all parties, and as I have learned by i under ground abolition railway for stealing general, and to venison in particular, received quiring him to quit the Yi t
of "
the Senators from Florida. The it
an invitation to dinner accompanied by an
a1 ,
iattient slaves, is said to have been exceedingly busy a committee appointed to, !r l
of Mr. Collector at Bath for the of the intended farea ,
Nourc ,- apology simplicity
Wright for a week past, as many as ten or fifteen runaways Dr.Major's asserting his .,
as Naval Agent at Boston, (both re- having passed through this city daily." small turbot and a boiled edgebone of beef to be heard.in his own ,
JUt'Jl by the and Southernd of all others that I like"
Senate "The-
chiefly by very thing tion. He admitted that he > '' ttv
totes}) of a dozen other leading Northern exclaimed Pope ; ''I will come with the greatest citizens of Robertville to, + ,

&atllern Abolition Democrats against the wishes of Gen. Riley 'rht brevet rank of brigadier pleasure;5" and come .he ,did..and eat he did to hear his-Hews on slavery : ..

.d Senators shows that the course of the general has been conferred upon CoL Bennet U. till he could literally eat no, longer-when the .harangurd the slaves or h1 ; 'i

anJ itistration has been to court and encourage, Riley, a vereran who entered the army as an word Was given and a haunch of venison,xfii t stitution, and said that ,:'
ever reward the most obnoxious of the in- for an Emperor was brought Pope divinec .
ccadiny ensign In Col. Forsyth's rifle regiment in 1813, ; course of six lectures to be +<
Land. that and at once the nature of the trap that had ,been
ttto and served gallantly through all our on the subject of slavery. :
is the author of the famous Wilmot ProTJ other wars. laid for him but he was fairly caught,and after The meeting,however, | -1i.\
>J A democrat dyed in the wool, whose i a puny effort at ,trifling with a delicious.slice him calculated to alter .

pme is identified with it. Victor Piollet of he laid down bis knife and forks; and gave'way. .te&often discharged the : ;

Il'1Jlia is the marl who proposed in tb c During the late capital trial in Maine, one cj I to a hysterical burst of tears, exclaiming, "A compelling hint to quit the :
LeghatmeofPcit cisyli.caia the resolutions ill6trucUng jurymen, drawn for the occasion, being asked i friend of twenty years' standing; and Lobe served ..some hours'after they had ,

grcg tieJ'cnusylvania delegation in Corn by counsel whether he had ever formed any I in this manner." ty still further proof was / .
'15 s to put it forward aud adhere to it. Ho : opinion touching the guilt of the accused, replied character of Dr. Major, in .
reward by President Polk whith the lu- i satisfactorily that ;he had expressed '
ratlTe very A Financial Question answered by Mr. DunupA habits'possum hunting
office Paymaster in the Army, and : an opinion but had never formed one!:)
sent to the has given a bill to B, and A finds himself dr to .deliver phtl '
South I
The nomt on duty u few months since I without a shilling when the bill has only two dom ) and also as to his -1;

8enat nation was opposed by the Southernamong days to run.. Now, what is A to do under the chemical preparation. to : )1'
those and them it is understood by <:Doctor> said a lisping fashionable youngbeUe circumstances 1Answer.If skin., f f
from Florida jmdhe And who had at half-a-dozen boarding 1 1 '
was rejected. graduated to A I
3a the bill has two days run
,within a few days past Mr.l'olk has rc."waed schools to a friend of ours who had just has, of course, two days to"run also, and he lad Sound rs. Ligldn ng.-W ; ;
him for the same office upon the been introduced to her at an evening party, better fun Punch? the Erie Canal was first f}
accordingly. .1.1T
jgwtn application of Northern DemocraticrJJ Doctor, which do you prefer, tholidity of intellect hour and twenty minutes.. ,
rs. John W. Uavisthc, Wilmot Provisoe5Srofthc I or brillianthy 1 Some admirths bril- from Buffalo to New York, ( )

late Democratic House of Repre"ts lianthy, and others admirths tholidity; but,ath Unless astray bullet" says a London paper, of cannon,* eight miles ;
has been appointed by Mr. Polk com- ; for me, I prefer brillianthy and tholidity combined *rtho weapon of some fanatic of liberty,or the genes ean now bo
utoner extraordinary to the court of His Ce1'ilznoi'IfJJesty I !F hand, of overruling! Providence, shall :remove ted telegraphs This '

,tho Emperor of China. Besides I The-doctor sank into the nearest chair, wholly the Emperor Nicholas from the scene, and'prepare when navigation,,wa ', :

) ct, there are Grover, &thbunJho overcome by the dazzling originality and the way.for a revolution in Russia, .the velocity of the connon : i
Iii Wentworth; and Brinkerhoff,&c, profound depth of these views;.and.having by- prospect of a fierce and devastating war,one.of intelligence, was -about h ; ( ,
the lot sine constantly agitating this question in and-by recovered,.started for home in ffis carriage the most fearful that has ever,befallen.humanity sound, whtravels. at, the } : :

Congress (and you cullof"hayc forgot to solve,the problem at'his leisure.- 1 is before us." ? ,' -: second-" *..' .. .

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be offered for sale at public outcry TIE CITZZO0THq1 I *;i : "VILL ;AS .constantly nicIa 'well Msorted .TO ,,! Extract& pupyquarqtflpjtheaper.plenzanter -.... .L'DMOO1,, ucor 'tJ.'JJ at"I', '
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to 11thi JU1 l'1 .
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within the hours Groceries DrydrpodsiHardware .liOuISiiN.4f .
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/ : nth day of August froyisiq. ?, () t* -- ,! purging sickening brdebilildtingiHeptitient .TbIs Extra D L.
of the undivided in. .call attention one of ,vomiting, of S aj rn1 hal lll
ME to .
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If Crockery / ; and is particulirly.adapted for af ., ly pejared; "In
,t.1 \ ". tesestof the following named persons in and to : tes( &d.ott. ,. useful ,medicines "dLL.nlD", WIN TRLMEDICIR2..Thegreat reterenc td femlll ..
known ..thc Arredondo Flour in bbls and' bbls It is noi intention to tax ; female who has msonto ,
; ,::: certain tract of land as : Superfine % ; 'ever discovered. my She "
ti...t Grant/to satisfy and pay the tax due thereon Pilot Bread,.Sugar,and Butter Crackers { .' )'ou'itht 'long and tir 8ome'-adTerti3ement, : beauty all.and other} superiority remedies is of,it this eradicates ,Sarsaparilla proadung that critical period'Jl::: :* ,I'I

., ;. for. the State and county, for the year 1S47 and HumsBacon, Pork F M PickledtTobgues] ; but'I.lay before you! .testimony of the most over disease it invigorates: the, should eglectto -takel'"caiUa ISvenUveorimy : \ .tal
for the advertising Mackerel Cod Salt Rice families, in the United States most ,of the *nunei
: <. and all cost and charges fish. ; respectable 0 red. ou ,. .
'l r :tale thereof to wit: Goshen Butter, Laid, Cheese, White Beans, of my e rtificatcsarc<<: from the city of Savannah, body, consumption .c diseases to which ,females are InbJertoeqtime ..
< cleanse and strengthen life. "
: of This
..' ; The undivided interest or' portion of'Bloodgood ,;-Irish.Potatoes; 0 where I'resideandniahy'frbm'your own State, period may d .
'4 : and Thos. Tilleston. Sperm Oil, Candles; where the:Medicine is'used with'great and astonishing 0 con.sumptioncanbe .cured, several years by using thU mediciJ1e. 1cI ,.

.: The interest of Charles A.Jarvis Green and Black Tea, Rio,and Java Coffee; success;it has proved itself to be superior bronochitis, consumption, .liver complaint! less valuable forthoae :irho we s fII
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;:' .,,:: The interest Noah Jarvis Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; to any other :Medicine fortho cure of. ,colds.coughs, catarrh, ,'asthma!, spitting .womanhood as it is calculated,ez'4 i ..
the chest
:t. ,:.1 The interest Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverized Fever and Ague, which. it.will. do in. the very blood,soreness difficult by quickening the blood. and iD ,..git
Muir. has been hectic flush, night ,sweats, system. ,this medicine ii- 11t
I The interest Alexander 0 Sugar; short space of Twelve Hours, it never
': ii'. .') The interest Mordecai Myers. Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to fail',to effect 'a 'certain 'cure. The or profuse expectoration all the.diseases,to which women *S;: 1or .

:<: '. The interest of Mordecai %I. Noah, for the ; /. :Medicine is,a harmless and a' tasteless one, and pain It braces the whole system,. rennr. ..,

Is. '. ;: .: 'years1846 and '47. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and ChampagneWine which will make it the,most popular Medicinein 0 0 intheside&c.have and, ently the natural ofthebodylnotthe '_b1 temotJ;...,.. ,..I

..',t The interest of Ichabod Prall. ; the Southern tates. The 'ltIedlcme.con.. impurities : eo farlti .
I '. .' "", The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years .Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. tains no mineral pfeparatibnVhatevef j but is a can becured. system as, to produce.,,subsequent.:.-;.,- i

.,. '' ."'. : 1346 and '47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- harmless Vegetable matter only., To Planters, 0 tion, which is the case .of most Dledicin

: ".z4" ;...:.y: The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta this Medicine is a valuable preparation,' as it 'Probably there never was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease. '.a.... '

:I; : The interest of John N. Sayer.. '0 Ribbons; 'cures all cases in twelve.hours, and does not been so successful in desperate caseiofconsumption DISEASE OF'THE. HEART;'. .: .

: 1.' ; The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting, bleach'd and unbleach'd: ;; require any time to be lost ; all that is to be as this; it cleanses and_ strengthens: the TUBE AND ,DBOPSr.It. .

;.. : : The interest of tho heirs of Wm. Taylor, for Irish Linen, Diaper,.Bishops'and Long'Lawn? done'is'to take the MedlclDe.and to go to work.: system and appears to, heal the! ulcers on the NEW YORK.,July. ; jjot tn-t. .-

::. ;:4 the years 1S46 and '47. Cambrics, Jaconet. Swiss,and cross'bar Muslinsj; To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine, I lungs, and the patients gradually regain their DR. ,TOWNSESD aT' Sir,: Mvi7

ir,::::'""7 The interest of Wm.Thorn,for tho1e&r11S'O Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as:it does'not contain any mercurial.or mineral usual health and strength. been afflicted. with a disease of'the i 'J... GI

.j.l,,:, .and '47. Tickings,'Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; preparation ':whatever, and is therefore a safe CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with a terrible rupture for OTer'fihS ,

::.., .:': The interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine forth se who are liable to exposure. "0 There is scarcely' a day passes but ,there area : the greater part' of the time. Si u? .

r. '..':r The interest of Israel Foote. &C., &O, &C. I beg you, do not let me have to tax you so number of cases of Consumption. reported as I .tro ," : shortness of breath&ad i

..: ..f-. Ihe interest of Jesse Delano. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel. often with advertisements, certificates, &o. It cured by the.use Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The teringof the heart, which hag Ift z j.

!J 4 : The interest of Barnabas Osburn, for the 0 and whale bone frames; has already proved, itself to be what I say it is, following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently 'beea'* .

.y.,' years 1846 and 47. Hardware # Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof is, every body is recommending DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir : For the. last leave her bed. The rupture wa'tit .2! t:

t, .:i'..-i The interest of John Rodman, for the years Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, it to be the only certain and speedycure three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost efer med-ap: .

,".. :' :- 1846 and '47 Tea Trays; for the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. mul t

i,;t. ..4.. The interest of Thomas Dexter, as marked on Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, SI1.WSj; dot to ask ,your neighbor what he thinks of stage, and did not expect to ever gain my health had taken but three bottles of ;You tJetn '

..t.i: : the map of said Grant, owner not known for Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, and at all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of ttoS1

'. ,'!i the years 1846 and '47. &c, &c.; of. Bourse, to be convinced, you will try. it, at under the care of some of the most distinguished 'of the heart, and the' rupture has ahnci ,

i e.., .,'.r. The interest of Henry Dudley, for the years A few Rifles-low priced Powder Flasks. least I hope eO.. Here is my offer to any Planter regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. to<< S

V ,, ... ,, .c 1846 "d'47.. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. of South Carolina, who will either call on Doct. Board.of.Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and _

". L;..:t ". THOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots Slzges-1Ien's,Women's and Children's P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in and spending the most of my earnings in attempting .. much swollen. \V e had 1:0 idea that iee2!

; j. :" and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds. the city of Savannah, and either of us will give to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited, as she had such a WttulbSJ! 8'A
l.: .%e'. :.. for Alachua county. A variety.of!. : Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of diseases. But it has,as strange as i bastS

". 4.;.., :- : _February_ _19, 1843_ _6m_ &c.Jacksonvi1le. ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount ved to try it. After using six bottles I found pear, relieved her of the dropsy. limmS; ;
{: ....', .. .. .' Conrt ,April 15, 1948. ly paid for it. You are to see the :Medicine takenas done me great good, and called to see yon at that this statement is so strange as to tntS
!' .r 'I.: ; In Circuit CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I have directed. your office ; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it nevertheless,ilS, .

:,, 'Co. EASTERN IN CHANCERY. WAREHOUSE OF Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you for your advice. I per reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly.,'a a (

.f.\. ..;,,.-. ,:..:.'. COUNTY or DUVAL: 'PRINTSONLY. summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be used b1-rrt
: --C Anna Morley, ) lands under water which will attend usual labors for the last one that is
\I V Bill for Divorce. are cause a great able to to my suffering as we have been. If M, &I:
e- '::." vs deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are atliberttticall ri

, ;:.. :. John Morley. ) No. 56 Cedar Street, New York. will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- at my house and have ocular demomtntLi t
': to the satisfaction of the Court, IiT1
. .:" a.:. IT appearing filed that the Defendant in the and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours; respectfully,

'; :" '1';..3'' above by entitled affidavit cause resides, out of the State of LFAm, UN J1mm either of my Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM- TOWSER, 1 JameJ.C.. T1FI
Orange Aug. -
-: ;i Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) -
: AGUE. State /Nerc Jersey; Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY.
: therefore On motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE
:\ !.: Court, her Solicitor The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid t r medidine has ever been diicorjf
James W.Bryant, Esq., HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the WHOLEof
",. Ce"." by Defendant named gentlemen, who are the only agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing'statement is ed which no nearly resembles the
is Ordered That appear which is devoted to the exhibition and sale
C' It
::' the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit the best of his and or saliva in food and
- ..' .. and the Bill of Complaint of said Com- of the Single Article of true, according. knowledge decomposing 8trtftgtheS .1t
:.[ answer
four months, or the same will will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs of digestion!:! as this prcparatioj ij

;::E : {;_. .plainantwithin confessed against him. : PRINTED CALICOES.Their Country merchants will make a handsome pro Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sar pari111. It positively cures every cut.It| rc:

:,. : ; be It taken further as Ordered, That a copy of this Order I present Stock consists of nearly fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic.) p:
'.': .;:: made to Planters &c. by the dozen. AddressW. Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPAKTME ALBANY
duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, May 10.: 1843,
-r -
.' ; ...... be published, in some Newspaper printed within' Embracing some THOUSANDS of different HUMPHREYS, Jr., DR. TOW SE-'J-Sf: I have been'afflktd alB

'f' : :a?..: :. the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with dispcpsia in its ton&!

,'.: 0 ":..,: for four months. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN. and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &c., Very few families indeed-in fact we have form, attended with sourness, of stomacLka: A

... THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. DOMESTIC.All 0 SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite, extreme heartburn, and a.gml G

t.:- I .,:.'; L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do of which are offered for sale for cash or Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of 1od, and ftr/vrtii J

;:: .; :. hereby, certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at the LOWEdTP1ICS, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) 1 have been unalle to rtUh: F

;:. .. r: .. 'Order made and entered of record in said entitled by A VOICE'nOM SOUTH'CAROLINA.. died. The certificate we, publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. ltfie i Itli A
;'... .Jo'. :;;: cause in said Court, on the 29th day of thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New CJOUTHERNERS-The following is from my evidence of its value, and is only anoth. usual remedies, but they had but little or ti 6It

';; : \.'4; March A. D. 1848. Styles are received almost day O Agent, :Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of 1 Graham. er instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint.* 1 M, inc& ItE

.... .7:... <' I* WITNESS WHEREOF :I hereunto set I and of them are got for our every own sales, vile, S. C. DR. TOWNSEND-DiQT Sir: I had two chil- ed.: about two months since, to try yow Ext :"
;.f : ; .. the many up Mr. William Jr. dren cured of the summer of Sarsnparilla. and 1 must with little
: [t. I.] my hand, and affix seal of said I and not to be found elsewhere. Humphreys, by your say ceo
I .. ::': ": Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. i Jjj- Printed lists of prices corrected from Sir,: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint and dysentery one was only 15 fidence ; but after using nearly two lottltr, J .
in favor of for Fever and months old and the other 3 They were found appetite restored and iLe.iimrtbtJr
1 1848. 4m 1 Watts, your Remedy years. my I
: April day to day with variation in the market 8P
; ; _
:. ,. are placed,in the every hands of buyers. Ague ; he is a man of integrity) and his testimony very much reduced,and we expected th'ey would entirely removed, and I would earnestly

r.. ...' : NOTICB. is consequently undoubted.. die; they'were given up by two respectable commend the use of it to those who hatt.bits.
-- Merchants will be able to form some idea of -
., : o- ..-.* having an interest in the manage- Yours respectfully physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have been. Yours. & ".,
the extent and variety of our assortment whenwe '
r'm/ : nt or direction of the administration 0 THOS. J. S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved to try yourSarsaparilla W. W. .\ \ 7.\SITi? ,
state that the value of our usual stock of
: Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued Grahamville S. C. 18th 1847. had heard much of but had N. B. Purchase but such l.t
< .: :..:. : upon: Probate for Columbia this ONE ARTICLE is at least twice the value of Sept. : we so none as .rt
r.- : out before theHon.Judge much stuff advertised that hide the bottle mil lit
g: Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr., little confidence, there being so pers ('On'l'kttIJ' : .
the entire stock of
dry goods
take notice that usually kept by
t" :. ... county, Florida, will please Dear Sir-This is to certify that' I have used that is worthless: but we are very the written signature ofS.P. OWSLD.T:
our largest jobbers. This fact together
: ,. ,,: the subscriber, administrator upon estate with the fact that and your Fever and Ague Remedy with 'success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 126 Fulton-st.Sun B1Idiu ItD,
the our means
of our
; ., .. .. under the provisions of':an act Legislature attention instead of being, divided a vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Reddieg & co. 8 State-st. Boston ; Djo> R
An act to for ,
" :: -.4 ...J' Florida, entitled Record provide for the variety of articles are devoted wholly among to ONE your Agent of this pTace, and administered it be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 North Second-st. Philadlphia5S.

: .' :". ', :.:' the re-establishment of the other will render the advantages, which we can offerto to'my daughter, according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON. Jr. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; l'1ro '&If".
and for
:: !.:'..- county of Columbia, will avail purposes himself, dealers perfectly obvious and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1547. Richmond, ; P. M. Cohen, Ch rlh.nr Jhl ]
;f;. t. .;. approved January 6th, 1847, that who visit; the course thirty-sir hours, and her present LUNATIC A YSL VM. & co. 151; ( hartres-st. New Orleans : ITS Sent
for the our care none our establishmentshall '
s':. _' ;, of the privileges specified, of all pur. meet with disappointment.Our state of health indicates a certain cure. James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistantsin Pearl-st. Albany; It. Van Buckirk, 2U2: cor.c J:
:.,- 0'. : pose instituting copies in substance papers any Yours &c. E. C. WATTS. Market and Broad-sts. Newark N.J.. dIb'I DS
'; to the aforesaid administration. assortment is complete at all seasons of the Lunatic Ayslum, lilackwell's Island is the ; 1

t' ,.,;. ;:" f Can be belonging found now on file in the Clerk's office of the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. Grahamville S. C.,. Sept. 14th, 1847. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists .and Merchants gcntrjJJ;l
I;:;, :t .4 RIlE U.ilI.A TISJ.1I. throughout the United States. WestlnJies'uj
of S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of
and instruments
.: _;.' said: county papers : writing AGENTS.: -P.M. Cohen & Co., Charleston, is of than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. M. REED, Agttt b
y Ii. : to be substantial copies or counterparts Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original This only one more
':::' .;.1 purporting.of administrator's bond, letters of administration firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection S. C. ; T.,J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A. of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sar- Jacksonville, FIi.I, ()
t j he withdrew has Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co., saparilla has cured-The most severe and February 26, 184S. ly a:
.0:: : ,., and inventory and appraisement, &c. i some timcvago, resumed ...
:>. ; :
Jacksonville Ga. Shotwell & Gilbert Macon
which destroyed by fire on the first day business in connection with Messrs. Lee & ; : chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -
..' :. Judson and his friends that the Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. A.Moise, virtues :
of November 1846. This notice given better assures new HOLMES & CO. 1I
; I
shall have the LaGrange; Ga. ; Winter & Epping, Columbus, BLACKWELI/S ISLAND Sept. 14 1847.
to enable the administrator to enforce his concern same pre-eminence in 1o
1..., i .'. : before the tribunal for a discharge application ; this branch of trade, which formerly distin Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; Patrick.'. Salem, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: 1 have suffered : l\.tTESSltS. HOLMES & CO., have KBOW

::" '';_ :! final settlement proper i uished.the other two houses to which he be Tenn.;; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism ; : .LT..1.. their stock of Merchandize to the q

r.t', i i; ;, .upon SHUBAL. BURNS. longed. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied by the United Statti

't'' ; JAS. S. JONES Atlanta, Ga. ; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. 11. work; I had the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building. .Tfr,

v-.,. ...t'. \.:;' : By ., Agent.3m INVALUABLEFAMILY Anderson, Dalton, Ga.; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. 1 have used have added to their stock, by the late arrinl
rFeb.26th,18t9. ;
f'J:::. .'...:: g ville, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.'; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have from New York a full assortment of Dry Good
; Duval Militia Claimants. COMPANION.SIX Prescott & Co., Black, Creek, Florida ; Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c.,1c.(
: .
L., ..'. :IL. : : lion-commissioned officers and privates Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders, Macon ; P;Martin, Savannah ; Cun- good-I am so much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at rtdnct

L.:: Iv. :!;:. THE Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the ningham & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J.H. &W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to'use prices.

'r C paniesFloridaMouuted Militiafor service in the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 Macon ; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. this for the benefit of the afilictcd. They are now prepared to purchase Cottct

>J,.. F: f. years 183S-9,who have not yet signed the necessary engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges, Sandersville ; R. T. Floyd, Micanopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides, and other produce of the country, at fl
:: : :J' Mail to Florida ; F. Poullen, Jacksonville Florida highest Market rates and make cash advasc
: papers,relating to their claimsin the hands any part-postage 9 cts. ; COULD NOT WALK. i ,
:r;.,; -. t S..' of the undersignedare requested to do so without Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Baily,Laurensville, S. C. That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very i on consignments to their friends in SaTanffi

!{ ;,: .. delay. The papers to be signed aie left with Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling For sale wholesale and retail by best remedy for female complaints there is l and Charleston, or New York.

t.. '; ; Col. Pons, at the Post Office, or may be signed Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. no disputing ; thousands and thousands of They have a new article of Wrought In

: at my office. GREGORY YALE, Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all A liberal discount by' the dozen. weak and debilitated females that were pros- Ploughs-to which they would respectfully.d]

; ; ..: :':., Agent Duval companies. Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb, October 8th, 1847. trated by those diseases to which females are the attention of Planters.

g:\5 :; ...,4 Jacksonville' March 4, 1348. tf and Weak Back and Chest ; sent by express TYPE; FOUNDRY subject were soon in the'enjoyment of robust.. Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1840.' tf

'f.:..' -Pickles: Preserves Fruits. &c.MIXED everywhere.Rupture Supporters For Braces, give height or Supporters from head, or to 59 Gold, corner of Ann sireet, N. York. health. New YORK Sept. 23 1847. FORWARD & ALDRICH,

f, .. PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, foot, and circumference of person next the sur- THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun- DR. TOWNSEND Dear Sir:, My wife, has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LI]
4. Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, face,just above the hips. If Rupture,mention and will continue the business lately of, Li
conducted the last been very sick, and, in a greatly WILL practice in the several Courts
Salmon and Peas in Preserved which side. by'Robert Taylor They will attendto
Fresh Lobster cans ; Agents wanted for the sale of the
reduced state of health,.being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of ;!
orders receive.with
I1.;: Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa above goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH 707 they may punctualityand '
: i) dispatch. All the variety complaints such as females are liableto WM. A. FORWARD, St. Augustine. ,
Paste Chocolate Maccaroni Vermicelli New York Type'ma.nufactured by
Broadway '
post paid.
:.11i TeastTowders, Soda and Seidlitz do. April 1, 1848. iy: them will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnish ; she got so bad at length that she was entirely LEWIS ALDRICII, Newnansville._...:.
all kinds of Printers1 Materials unable walk, and was as helpless as a child;
i1 <", For sale by A. M. REED. of the best qual WM. F. CRABTREE
,, ,:,' ADrIl1.lS48.. Fifty Dollars Reward ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in i she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and c
4J -r-- the she immediately" began to regain'her strength, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
'4. WILL superintending manufacturing department. :
DURN'S GARDEN SEEDS. BE GIVEN.,BY THE her and after taking several :
her left Fla
complaints Jacksonville
,I THOR undersigned for the Proprietors of newspapers,;who have not' advertised "
; sale by A. M. REED. af. apprehen for the"'subscribers/who may publish bottles she is restored. Being a singular WILL attend to any business'entrusted to 1)J
.. delivery into the .
_ _ :April_15,1348. 0 hDuTal County Jail, of the fol. this notice for three months, will be entitled to case thought might of do remedies good.to that publish done it.-her ,hands in.any of the Courts in the Eastern" Ji
receive in on five times She used a number cuit of Florida. 'jFEililX
type purchasing
pay ,
lowing to wit Venis
negroes, .: a woman Han- _'
TO the Clerks of the Circuit Court ,
__ the amount.of their bill'for advertising. no good previously. Yours,respectfully,,
S AND THE SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL uiutiiu, ahoy, Georgiana, a girL ana.what chil JOHN MULLEN 87 NorfolkstTO LIVINGSTON
Old tak in ,, ,
dren.the bovenamecj Vethamighthave bo'hi d Type n.. 'exchange for new cts. J'
Its; OF FLORIDA- since she has been ,absent, supposed-to, be twoo per Ib. ? .. : ATTORNEY. AT LAW, .
tt: The Type with which the;"NEWS'? is 'TIJELADJES. ,
JI three, and, Ell1ck, an old African man. : Jacksonville. lid :
number .
AM now having a large Blanks!! :
th i .T'printed for my office, and knowing the difficulties The above fugitive slaves 'have been absent printed, was cast, tthi establishment! GREAT: FEMALE MEDICINE.' WILL practice in all the Courts of the EAt*I
for four & TAYLOR D.Towrfs ND's SARSAPARILLA a sovereignand
nearly year JOHN M. ,PONS. Circuit.
j" with'which cannot but
you meet in get. j ,
Jacksonville 'successorstdRobert.Tay1or.February : for incipient consumption, and _
:March 23th, 1848. 6m 0 speedy cure. -
.4 r4 ting supplied with Blanks properly printed} I 19, 1848.'. ,3mNOTICE. for the general prostration of the system-no AUGUSTUS GILLETT,'
here offer services in arranging the .1'
you my of inherent
CLARK & LAWSON matter whether the cause, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAnd !-,
D10i.1 form of any Blanks for all who may desire to ,
:L supply themselves. They are printed at the FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,S IX.MONTHS after date, shall. present my or causes.' produced by irregularity, illness or Commissioner of Deeds the State of Ca[0

c4t:4: office of "The News with a neatness and taste Savannah, Georgia., tender their services "ILcc unts and vouchers as Administratrix of.' accident. 'surprising than its invigorating necticut, within and for the State of Florid* '
: Nothing can be more -
:; which I have never hitherto seen equalled, and to planters and others, and solicit consignments .the Estate of Henry Barnard, Jr., late of'Duval the human frame. Persons JACISOZqViLL..
.* effects on
,0 L at a rate which is at once reasonable and liberal on cotton, and all other kinds of country county deceased to the Hon. Judge Probate. lassitude from it -
of said for a final settlement of said all weakii'essSand' taking CHARLES P. COdPER,
, ;i. I do not mean by this, that they will be produce. They are agents for the celebrated county underits
robust'and full of
'at become
'. :;: printed on the credit system. On the contra Etowah Mills, of Cass! county, from whom they Estate, and shall, at the same time, apply for once counteracts the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAi
", influence It' immediately
: ,, ;. :ry, I am expressly instructed that this, though are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, Letters of Dismission as such'Administratrix, of nervelessness: of the female'frame which is the Will practice in the several Courts of the EL I
, ': : anciently esteemed a part of the Common Law and equal to ,Northern flour. They also keep which all persons interested in said Estate; are tern Circuit of Florida.'i
of barrenness.It
of Offices has been superseded on hand desired to take notice.HENRIETTA. great cause Jacksonville E. F. NOT. 26 1847. 2::
r- Printing by constantly, osnaburgs and yarns wiU.not. .expected of us, in cases of so .'
it. The from the Eatonton 'BARNARD, Adm'x.
special statute interdicting forms for Cartright, Planters nnd
'I<""-;;:"'> : .*.-J 5'u the Clerks shall be of the best style ; simple, Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they sell, at Jack8onville,',\Iarch 4, 1 .48. 6m delicate a nature* to exhibit certificates the afflicted of cures that CHARLESH. PELOT, :r,I

,: 'ifW'v'*-*>< neat and proper; and those for tho Sheriffs! the manufacturing prices. : NOTICED 0 performed hundreds:: but we have c:1n.assure beenreported to us. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT:L!

1:,0 ? whenever copies are required to be served, 1 I 11,1848. 3m FOUR WEEKS after date, I shall appty"to .' DR TOWNSEND cases{:' 'My wife being greatly distressed Little River, Florida. ,.,r

},, 4 & will so arrange as to save much time and pains Judge of Probate of Duval County, by' weakness.and' general debility! and WILL practice in the several. Courts Ofi]
,0 v % filling up by writing. OSCAR HART. WM. S. for leave to sell so much of the real estate of and with other business entna
LAWTON suffering continually by pain Eastern Circuit 'Florida ,
: ;
':, jBs? Jacksonville, April 9,1848. tf Oran Baxter,late of Duval'county, deceased, as where 'attention
known t.s with
I j FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT difficulties, and havlDg your obJs care, will ne prompt
sufficient for the
will be. of the debts '
payment "
\' and also
\ J&i, medicine has" effected 'great cures;
-,. 0 ;* 0 Executor's Notice. Charleston, S. C. of said deceased., T. 0. HOLMES, Adm'r...'> recommended for such cases as I have : JOSEPH w. } ITCH, :::
::0 hearing
,MONTHS after date, Ishall apply to the REFERENCES G. Jaudon _, 0'April.2M848 4t PirTZAs' !
SIX ,Esq near Jacksonville 0_ described I.obtained a bottle.of your-:Eitract HAvWestablished:) himself gj
:. .. .ir1 Judge of Probate of Duval county, for a B. F.' Goy. C. J.'McDonald '
; Ga.; C. M. CONGRESS BOOTS, Gents Patent'Leather of Sarsaparilla/and followed? the directions. you as GENERAL COMMISSION MEBCHJUJ
final discharge from my Execu deceased.hip.ot the Furman,.'Esq.,' Charleston, S.' C.-;, Hbn: P. H! ll.Gaiters;'do.:finci Calf and'Morocco'Boo & gave tpe;:*In:a short period: it removed her com-: will\'attend''to,*ariycare .b si. SS.'ent, '11.$. Qtl I.
Estate of James Roberts ,
0 jc B. Elmore Charleston B: C. : I : n 1f.H '
0 && Forsa1eb ALREED:14: plaints1 and ,restored': herH to'Jtalth: Being wUK'dcepateh 1:
;i !far Cth,,18-LS. WM B.ROSS) Zi'r.tic r.br'l1U11tJ$ iy I April 1849. -r11 nIl; 3,' f' grat.fuVfor'th' : l; ftdtrih.iremm I take -T ninbei-1:1841': S .tt'!'

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