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: June 10, 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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ABt**"!FOUR DOLLARS,if at the end oftbe yea. of.:eleventh February, one thousand eight tagt ::,
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leis t inaetnon' liberal dia- titled to require from the holders of warrant ..
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i luemon.pr01 / under that act, for one hundred and six .

'-r i A ji be Saemustbepaidforbefore.in.. VOL. X.] JACKSONVILLE SATURDAY MORNING nrl'i :i ty acres, the sum of fifty cent for each f,and ... i4,,
itle : .1ItJJ adrt"rti A regular customer. By refe"ngeuon.1I1I 16. 1848. 0'0.83. from the holders of warrants, issued under th* I. ''S'

* lessthe requisite sttm may be ascertained, ._ same law, for forty acres,the sum,of twenty 4 v* ;v

:-e N; 1 mined with the advertisement. AMENDMENT TO THI BY AUTHORITY. it shall be the duty of the of cents for each, as full compensation for then .5 :
with the number Constitution of the captain such
marked State of Florida.
rtiJof.rnenU Dot vessel to the services: Provided, That in all eases where ,.
re cause deck
Jl arrA: m 4'd aired,will be continued until forbid Proposed and agreed to by the third General Assembly sengers to be cleaned with occupied by ouch pas* I the warrant is located: by,and for the use.ofthe, jr.,!;'
iarpcns Act. and chloride
I of lime
i ryarged for for all ; subject to the action of the next General Resolution passed at the First some other efficient or volunteer or soldier,to whom such 1t'&n'Snt1U7 t};
announce- Senioia equally
. will be charged i of the Thirtieth 'disinfecting ;
Congre agent
dollars ,
} .. r e ; for olhce.Iao Assembly.AN I and also at such other times ai said captain[ issued, for services rendered under the act ;,

Ig rtandiJates' for SIX Months, : : 110 00a4mptbtore ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th I [PCBI.IC-No. 29.] I deem necessary. may aforesaid, no compensation shall be charged, ;. .J w.':

and Creditors, : : 10 00 I IN Article of the Constitution of this State, so I AN ACT to provide for the ventilation o .passenger Sic. 6. And! itIuitherenaaed, That the ma: either by the register or.receiver. for' makiaf f
- tf AM !for Letter of Adminiitrition 5 00* : that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall vessels, and for other ter and owner or owners of any such vessel such location. 7r .:;:.;
purposes. so
::1 ::r AU religious i notices will interwd gatnr i hold their offices for a term of eight years, Be it enacted by the &tats 6M House of Rep ; employed, which shall not.be provided with the Approved May 17, 1848. ;t. r.
instead of during good behaviors resentatives of the United States America house or houses over the 'i. ;.
will in
t i personal communications of passage-ways, as pres PcBuc { :
'JJ .Al1admilsl.bt I advertlll"mt'ntl.b. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Congress assembled, That all vessels, whether of cribed in the first section+ of this act; or with AN ACT [ -No.33.1

'r.zlbil1l for Job Printing, must be paid on the House of Representatives of the State of Floridain the United States or any'other country, baring the ventilators. ,as prescribed in the second sec to to authorize the. the Encania issuing of.a rigiator, f :: ;1\
work. General Assembly convened That the 12th sufficient lion of this act* or with the cambooses of brig 1oJr. ; 2'\
capacity fbr f t- :
01 the ) according to laws fifty or : cook Be ft kr .
S 1 d'livery A communicajonl, must be addressed to Clause of the 5th Article of the Constitution of more passengers, (other than cabin passengers,) big ranges, with the houses'over them,ascribed pres nuteted by the Estate and House of Apr* i. ,)

! I ILL[11 4, HAZ/AUD. pottage paid. this State be so amended as to read as follows, shall, when employed in transporting inch pavsengers in the third section of this act,shall severally : .sentatwet Congress.of tile 'United That'States I of iaueduadei'the dmerka 'M r ..; .k
there be
I viz : That at the expiration of the present term between the United State! and forfeat and pay to the U. States the le4, :;
: Europe sum
1 i 11..111. $$eam-Packet Line of office of the of Circuit have of twe hundred direction, the Secretary; of the:Treasury : ; z.t!
. .... t'lfklf' Judges the Courts,'1 on the upper deck, for the: use of. such ,dollars,for each and every tl :.
a to the fctm'eriy
. I with exception hereinafter mentioned, the passengers, a house over the passage-way..ftad lation.otor. neglect to conform to the provisions Danish register brit'Encarttaciwy: : &ft r;l .Jf.i..+ ,
r B anwm Jiit Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judgesof I ing to the apartment allotted to inch passen- 'of each of said flections and fifty dollars for Brown Jedediah TesseV.butBOW JewetL.and.owned Mark}>y P.'Emory Jbh& ..
i the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for IL term I gers below deck, firmly secured to the deck, or each and every neglect or violation fanyottheproTiaionl ot.Portahd. in''S of Maine:, dt&aatr,* .

.. VANNAn & PALATKA, FLA., of eight years and shall hold their offices for I combings of the hatch'with, two doors, the sills of .the fifth section of this act; to be the United atates"t'he'D1d: vessel'having tfsfcs* i. :..,,.
j ", BY TIlE WAY OF that term, unless sooner removed under the pro- of which shall be at least"one foot above the recovered by suit in any circuit or district Court tained 4
.. BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS, GEO.; visions made in this Constitution) fur the remo- deck, so constructed that one door or window of.the U. States,.within,the jurisdiction of which Thomaa great to Portland I damage,and on'!
VARIES JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND val of Judges by address or impeachment; and in such house may, at all times, be left open for the said vessel may arrive, or from which it having uaed'the, said:Vessel'to" be:repaired owner t :C l $\ ;i;

PTPfllATA.%, FLORIDAb for wilful neglect ot duty} or other reasonable ventilation ;' and all vessels employed, and may be about to depart; or at'an1- lace within and refitted for sea at great;apetiae'Preotdedb *. V-'* '
I connection with the Charleston Daily Mail cause, which shall not be sufficient ground for having the capacity to carry one hundred and the jurisdiction of such courts, wherever the It shall be proved to the saUsfcetiott of the 8eo

.. Steam-packets at Savannah,the steamer SARAHKHLULVG impeachment, the Governor shall remove any fifty such passengers, or more, shall have two owner or owners, or captain of such,Vessel, may rotary of the Treasury that the.cost.of the repairs : J lV:
t from Palatka to Lake Monroe, thefftJba of them, on the address of two-thirds of the such houses; and the stairs or ladder.leading be found. and refitting said Tessel in the United. ;
I stages, froinPicolato to St. Augus. General Assembly; Provided, however, That the down'to the aforesaid apartment shall be fur* SEC. 7. And be it further enacted, That the States exceedi.three-tourt11 t.theori"t'.)

- and from Black Creek, via Newnansville cause or causes shall be stated length in such nished with a handrail or wood or strong rope: collector of the customs) at any port in the U. of building vessel Of the same tonnage in the I 'Y t
J r tit; Mineral Springs and Columbus, to address and entered on the Journals of each Prodded, nevertheless, Booby-hatches may be States at.which any vessel so employed shall arrive United States I "j: t: ,.

. Albgitor Wlahossee.OCIMULGEE., House. And provided, /nrtAer, That the causeor substituted for such houses in vessels having or from which any such vessel shall be Approved May i? 1848. i:
.. ,, Cupt. P. MCN ELTY. causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended three permanent deck about to depart shall appoint and direct One of ;. r r,ui rr

- !.1 TTJlEWS, '; N. KING. to be removed, and he shall be admitted to. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That every the inspectors of the customs for such port to ex 1M. t. ...,.1' 1:. .1,"1'

If : \TM.ST.I.\GASTON, "J.HEBBARD.; a hearing in his own defence, before any vote such vessel so employed, and having the legal amine such vessel, and to report in writing to tin: BACHELOR'S COMPLAINt! -, ; .H ,. 'S t

r i these packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY for such removal shall pass: and in such cases capacity for more than one hundred such pas such collector, whether the pro visins of the first, ___ .' .'i.h....
> SITCRDAY MORNING, at 10 clock, and ar- the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and sengers, shall have at least two ventilators to second, third) and fifth section of this act have Returning home at close of day, < ."j"* j .fit {

I"I and it PicoLata in time for the Mail Stages to go entered on the Journals of each House respec- purify the apartment or apartments occupied been complied with in respect to such vessel;and Who gentle chides my long delay *" m ',; ;,,,1

rite to St. Augustine before night every tively. by such passengers; one of which shall be inserted if such report shall state such compliance, and And by my side delights to stay I .:9: .1Nobody. .'. 3.
through .
Thnrdayand Monday. SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judges in the after-part of the apartment or a- be approved J by such collector, it shall be deemed .xa :k i'f/\:

I Returning, leave P ltl.t1mevery TITPDAY and first appointed under this amended Constitutionshall partments, and the other shall be placed in the I and held as conclusive evidence thereof. ., -<<.; ,
)IOIlXIX s., at 7 o'clock, touching as above be divided by lot into four classes. The forward portion of the apatments; and one of I I SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the Who sets for me the easy chair: -' ;! '-. ..-.'
r, first class shall hold his or their office or offices them shall have an exhausting cap to carry off first section of the act entitled "An act to regu- Sets out the room with neatest care: V :">?'f.

! tarn vayThey are all Ion pressure boats, in complete for the term of two years, the second for the the foul air, and the other a receiving cap to late the carriage of passengers in merchant vessels And lays my slippers ready there? *, *. "'j..,.'.

. eider,and handsomely furnished in every respect term of four years the third for the term of six carry down the fresh air; which said ventila- ," approved February twenty-second, eigh- N o bod., :{t *t. ,. ;.:.,.
commanders by gentlemen of well years. the fourth for the term of eight years. tors shall have a capacity proportioned to the teen hundred and forty-seven, be so amended,
are Who regulates the cheerful \:
: and their (Passed the Senate by the Constitutional ma- size of the apartment or to be that when the height or distance between the fire, :oJt j 4
experience on the route, patrons apartments purified And ,
known assured that attention will bepaid jority, December 22, 1S47. Passed the Houseof ; namely, if the apartment or apartmentswill decks of the vessels referred to in the said see piles the blazing fuel higher ':'...'... ; ,! :
every .
are : And bids draw chair still nigheriNobody. '
to the safety and comfort of passengers, Representatives by the Constitutional ma- lawfully authorize the reception of two tion shall be less than six feet) and not less than me my "'1 ": !,' ,

and to the careful handling of freight. jority, January 6, 1848.J] hundred such passengers, the capacity of such five feet, there shall be allowed to each passenger :. '. -"tM .' '':). :i:

AGENTS: April 29., IbJS._6m_ ventilators shall, each of them, be equal to a sixteen clear superficial feet on the deck, When plunged to dire: and deep distress '. .; ..
Savannah. tube of twelve inches diameter in the clear and instead of fourteen, as prescribed in said section "If' .
Brook & Tupper And anxious heart
t REAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OFlltnuphrcy's cares my oppress. \\1
and if the height distance ,.
Darien.G.FriedLander in proportion for larger or smaller ; or the had .
apartments Who
XA-DcLofme, celebrated Remedy for the ; decks shall be less than five feet there shall whispers hopes happiness .. .:r.'
Brunswick. and all said ventilators shall rise at least four be : ':..rs .:
: f' :
Fever and Two Dollars ;
to One.- ; .
allowed .
to each
John Bes&ent -St. Marys. feet and six inches above the upper deck of any passenger twenty-two clear su- .t,.-
, fernanJcz & Bisbee Jacksonville. The following gentlemen are my authorized such vessel, and be of the most approved form perficial feet on the deck; and if the master of When anxious thoughts within me J' 'riiejT ;:-1
Agents and have the genuine for sale. ... .. ..
such vessel shall take board *
Black Creek. and construction: Provided, That if it shall any on his vessel, In sore dismay my spirit dies ',
1 Coy, Orders from part of the United States appear ;j:
Geo Cooley, Picolata. will meet with any attention. Address ,from the report to be made and approved, in any port.ot the United States,a greater number Whd soothes me by her kind replies 1 V V"*" ...t:

11. Reid. Palatka.. prompt WM. post as provided in the seventh section of this act, of passengers than is allowed by: this section Nobody. ,-".t '''' :
ILafitte&Co. Charleston. paid, UUJPHREYSJr1. that such vesselis equally well ventilated by with the intent specified in said first section t .. ..r.' ..
y. B.-Goods; consigned to the Agents for- Savannah, a.AG any other means, such other means of ventilation of the act of eighteen hundred and forty When sickness racks my feeble frame ::.: ..

wed free of commission. Freight from Sa- TS-Ie&rs. Marston Brothers, Baltimore shall be deemed, and held to be, a compliance I seven, or if the master of any# such Vessel shall And grief distracts"my fevered brain j. : ?:: 'j 'Jl!

BTinuaa and Charleston, and all way freight Maryland; Dr P M Cohen, Charleston, with the provisions of.this section. I take 'on board, at a foreign port, and bring Who sympathises wittt my.pain? :'"4 _'-: .....'.!\..:;
by shippers. South Carolina, T C Risley, Hamburg, S. C.; ItS SEC. 3. And be I within the jurisdiction of the 'united States, a' 'Nobody. 'J ,.
payable 17 1647. tf Bailey, Laurensville, S. C.; T J S Farr, Gra- i vessel itfurtficr enacted such That every greater number' of passengers,than is allowedby J.-Z.frl r. -.- ?.

September hamville, S. S.; B U Bytherwood, Beaufort S C.; I shall have carrying for theiruseondeck more than fifty passengers, this section, said master shall be deemed Then Pll resolve, so help me Fated ',1"! :' 'v 1..
CIRCUIT COURT. R Psitick, Salem, Temi.;J S Walker, Madison, I housed and conveniently guilty of a' misdemeanor, and'upon conviction To change at once the single state, : ::' .
litTHN CIROJIT OF FLORIDA-COOTY or Ga.; W K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; Shotwell & : arranged, at least one cambooseor thereof shall be punished in the; manner provided And will to Hymen's altar take-- '- h 1 ; i..tR:

ST. JOHNS: IN CHA.NCEUY. Gilbert, Macon Ga.; J U & W S Ellis, Macon : cooking range, the dimensions of which shall be for the punishment of persons convicted ofa Somebody; | .: J... i.

The Southern Life In- "j"jiinnce Ga.; Lightfoot & Flanders, Macon, Ga.; Dorsey equal to four feet long and one foot six inches violation of the act aforesaid and in compu- 0" ....'f! :h.,;.St?
&. Trust Comp111 :&- J & Knott, Griffin Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta wide for every two hundred passengers; and ting the number of passengers on board such ..s .....
r. of Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose provisions shall be made in the manner afore- vessels all children MR CLAY AND THE GOAT. :V:ri oJ':; :..:.
under the
to use Ga.; William Root, Marietta, Ga.; Cunningham age of one iN.
} said in this ratio for less .
Reed, I & Co, Dalton, Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson, LaGrange of Provided a greater or .number at the time of embarcation shall be excladeJfrom Almost every body in Washington city re*: ;,\ ;
V!. I Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; herein passengers contained: shall ,take nothing such computation. members an old he-goat which formerly inhabs :- j_
Augustus I'oujaud.T J B II Mitchell, Newnaii, Ga.; Joseph Griffin, makesuch away the right to SBC. 9. And be it further enacted, That this act ited Nay loir's livery on Pennsylvania Avenue .' j

haring been made to appear to the Satisfaction Burke county, Ga.; 11 II Barrett, Reeseville.Ga.; if that arrangments shall be deemed for desirable.SEC. cooking'betweendecks shall take effect in respect to such vessels'sail- This animal was in all proTJability the most ia .. -">'.i
of the Court by Affidavit, that the A McLane. & Co.. Jacksonville, Ga.; M C t1'illiamsuu. ing from ports in the United States, in thirty I dependent citizen ofthemeb-opobs-he belong \ ; ':
Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filedin Davisboro' Ga.; Wm. Hodges, Sanders- 4. And le it further enacted That all days from the time of its approval; and in res- ed to no party though he frequently 'gaTe'par /N:"i: .

the above entitled cause; resides out of the yule Ga.; WT A Hayles. Louisville, Ga.;; W A vessels employed .as aforesaid, shall have on pect to every such vessel,sailing from ports in sengers striking proofs of his adhesion to ther .> +&

State of Florida and out of the United States Carswell, Savannah, GaP; Martin, Savannah, board, for the use of such :passengers at the Europe, in sixty days after inch approval; and levelling principle; for whenever' a persoa, : -k.:!
ini, inX'ubi, one of the West India Islands, and Ga.; J A Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; William time of leaving the last port whence such ves- it is hereby made the duty of the Secretary' of' stopped any where in his vicinity Billy ,wz a' .' **:;

yond the jurisdictkn''fthis Court, Therefore Carr, Jacksonboro, Ga.; E A Burch, Hawkins- sel shall_sail, well secured under deck, for each State to give notice, in the ports'of Europe, of I sure to make at him, horns and all The boysf ;" ,*i, !,

Ommtiunof I C. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor I ville, Ga. Samuel Palmer Darien, Ga..; J B passenger, at least fifteetrpounds of good navy this act, in such manner' as he may deem pro. took delight in irritating this Itrag-beardeejgea* '-. -;. .

said Compl.iinant.: I Culc. Black Creek, Florida;; F A Poullcn Jacksonville bread, ten pounds of rice, ten pounds of oat- tleman, and so frequently annoyed him thaL-haf .'r.i::.;'
It is Ordered That the said Augustus Pou- 1 Fla.: J Wright & Co.,New Orleans: La. meal, ten pounds wheat fiour, ten pounds of per.SEC.. 10. And be it further enacted, That so would make war against the lamp-posts .. :
J1ud and others be required to appear and au- April 8, li>.JS. W. HUMPHREYS, Jr.STATE I pets and beans, thirty-five pounds of potatoes, much of the first section the act entitled "An trees, to their great amusement If: 'rc
'1ftrs.'lilllill Complaint within six months one pint of vinegar,sixty gallons of fresh water, act regulating passenger ships and vessels" ap- One day the luminary of tie West tr -Henrr' ; tNA.

w the same will be taken as onfessed againsthim. OF MONROE FLORIDA COUNTY.* ten pounds of salted pork, free of bone, all to proved March second, eighteen hundred and Clay,was passing along the Avenue and seeing R,: .t;:.:1

be of good quality, and a sufficient supply of nineteen, or any other act that limits the num- the boys intent on worrying Billy into a fever,j : )" 4
It is further Orller d.That a copy of this Order, Benjamin Begin, fuel for cooking; but at places where either ber of passengers to two for every five tons, is stopped, and with bis characteristic humanity; '.. :.r;

duly certified.by the Clerk of this Court be published vs. In Chancery. rice, oatmeal, wheat flour, or peas and beans hereoy repealed. expostulated WhK them 6n t1teit.crueUytb.r> "41-;t,
in rune newspaper printed within the Thomas Taylor, PhilipSawyer t' cannot be procured, of good quality, and on reasonable ROBT. WINTHROP, boys listened in silent awe to the eloquent ap '. :...,

Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month conse- ,and James Filor. terms, the quantity of either or any of Speaker of the House of Representatives.G. peal of the great Statesman; but it was all :' ;!.!,
cutirely fur ii mouths. I T appearing; to me by affidavit that ThomasTaylor the other last named articles may be.increased 'DALLAS.. Cherokee to Billy, who-the ungrateful scamp I, t .g

(Sined..] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. and Philip Sawyer, defendants In the and substituted therefor; and in case potatoes Vice President of the United States and arose majestically on his hinder legs, and made ., ,
I, PETER II. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the cannot be procured on reasonable terms, one President of the Senate. a desperate plunge at his friend and advocate1 ',J. I
do hereby certify: the above to be a true copyof State of Florida and that the said Thomas Tay- pound of either of said articles may be substi- APPROVED May Mr. although he had not slain a Mexicka/ i

an Order. duly made and entered of recordin lor resides in Europe, and that the said Philip tuted in lieu of five pounds potatoes; and the 17,1848.JAMES K. POLK. proved himself too much for his horned asIair.. ''''''If i! .

the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, captains! of such vessels shall deliver to each -- ant; he seized hold of both horns of the dilenvo }! ;
It is Ordered, That said defendants appear at least one-tenth of the afore- and then 'was the of war7 .' ..
day of August, A.D. 1647. passenger part [PUBLIC-No. 31.] ma. tug -for Greekt -i
P. B. DUMAS and answer confesso.It the said. bill, otherwise it shall betaken said provisions weekly, commencing on the day AN ACT in amendment of an act, entitled "An had met Greek. The fug was long and doubt: ".' '::1:::

Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. pro Or- of sailing, and daily at least three quarts of water act to amend an ace entitled 'An act to reduce fut. 'i"1W '. s il;:
of this
Jan 7, lS4b. lamfGm is further Ordered, a copy in and sufficient fuel for cooking; and if the the rates of postage, to limit the use and correct ''Hah' exclaimed: the statesman, 'I 1m't'o1i f: tl\,;.
--=-. --- -"-- der- be- published u_ in..some newspaper printed passengers on board of any such vessel in which the abuse of the franking privilege and :. fast,you rascal! I'll teach you better"nam* ""*M '
In Circuit Court I the Eastern Circuit of Fiorida, once a monthfor the provisions fuel and water herein required ners. But boys' continued he. the nr t
for the prevention of fraud on the revenues turning to ) :.1laughing .
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: I nine months, in reference to the said Thomas I shall not have been aforesaid shallat : '<.tfct< i
provided as of the Post Office Department passed the urchins, 'what shall I do now?' 'V-j y'
COUNTY-or DUCAL: IN CUANCEBY Taylor, and once a week for four months, in any time be put on short allowance during third of March, one thousand,eight hundred I 'Why, trip' tfp-his feet, Mr. Clay,' said they % :jt i

*toy Moore, ) reference to the said Philip Sawyer. any voyage, the master or owner of any such and forty-five. Mr. Clay did as he was told;and after many sf ; &'t..
"s. V Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER, vessels shall pay to each and every passenger I f vere efforts, brought Billy down oil: his side-=- 'lt '
Henry Moore. So. Circuit of Florida. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives ) :
) Judge who shall have been put on short allowance the i Here he looked at the boys implorifigly seeming ;
TT having been made satisfactorily to appear Tlfo F. KING, SoL for Compl't sum of three dollars for each and every day they i of the United States sf America to say, 'I never was in such a fit before!?' '.. \= .1/:::

by affidavit that Henry Moore, the defen- Key West; February 19, 1848. 9m may have been on such allowance, to be recovered Congress assembled, That the rates of.comJlllSsion .. The combatants were near r/exhausted j-i .4' "'..t

'wnt named in the above entitled cause, resides NOTICE.' in the circuit or district court of the Uni ,authorized to be paid to postmasters by goaty had the advantage; for he:was gaining J, ?}:;;;

wyoni jurisdiction of this Court, out of MONTHS after date I shall present my ted States: Provided, nevertheless, And nothing the first section of said act, shall be allowed andpaid breath all tlfef while that thestatesman was lbo; : ..; 'J
ttis State, and in the State of New York, thereto SIX and vouchers, Executor of the herein contained shall prevent any passenger, to them, on the amount postage received ing.1. '- -l 4 (;'t"sr.

tor;motion Gregory Yale, Esq Solicitor Estate accounts of James Roberts. ,as deceased, to the with the consent of the captain, from furnish- in each quarter of the less than and in due proportion in- 'Boys,' exclaimed he., puffing and 'blowing: :i :!'{ <1
aid complainant, Probate of this for settlementand ing for himself the articles of food herein speci- for any period a quarter, 'this is rather awkward business WblUl.1 "i ,a.\f.
J&Ordered That the said defendant Judge of county fied and if stead of being allowed and paid on the amount do '. ....,.,..
appear allowance him and at the same time, I ; put on board in good order, it shall to. now? 6
and answer the bill of complaint of said comrkaat shall apply to the said; Judge or Court, for a fully satisfy the provisions of this act so far as received fora year, as was by mistake providedfor 'Why-don't; yotf knoif f sail '* Btt! 'j iloi &lmaking :.

Le ; within four months, or the same will final discharge from my Executorship of the regards food : And provided, further, That any in said act. preparations to run as he spoke-MATl .. :
?* ? as confessed against him.4Ld Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. passenger may, also, with the consent of the SEC. 2. And le it further enacted" That all you've got to do b to let go and run like bluett :.litl

it is fUTt/ r Ordered That copy of this JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the captain, furnish for himself an equivalent for postmasters whose'commissions. have, been diminished -Enterprise., .rtl 9tgi A -. ":"

{der J duly certified by thIs Clerk of this Court, last Will &c. of Jas: B.Roberts, dec. the articles of food required in other and different by their being allowed and? paid .on .- .t'; "tw ,..'.-"/
tot published in some newspaper, printed within 6m articles ; and if, without waste or neglect the amount of.postage received 'in'year, in The following letter of recommendation F 'Is{ ',,t ap :
Eastern Circuit of Florid,once a week con- April 22,1848. on the part of the passenger, or inevitable stead of on the amount received :in a quarter, 'disinterested *;.Ul ul m **' ;vvery '\
IeCUtire1I for four monlhs. Brought to Jail accident, they prove insufficient, and the cap shall be permitted to resettle: and adjust their. Sir -Mr one:-be ..... ; ""l,
: a Tcrycfood account- j |
Man who may
; ;
the 20th inst, a Negro fiioSt'section of this :: "!
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. tain shall furnish comfortable food to such accounts according to'the'
and ant: I koow him td bravery clever
b *i OSCA& HART Clerk of said Court, do here-I t.ON JIM HICKMAN Stewart ,of Marion says sengers during the residue of the voyages this I act, and shall be allowed and paid such sum as er. I lent him: two Shaksperes,.three book-keep-,.Sootts ..J] ;\,Ji. $

J certify the above to be a correct copy to Robert ,is in regard to food shall also be 'a compliancewith : may be justly found their due on!such resettlement and a Box, eighteen months ago, and he has set* 1 \..x t"

e'dermadeand entered of record in the above Florida. The owner and take requested him the term of this act. of their' accounts.. thought'proper to return one of theml ''4 rca .J: ,1.

rnled cease in said Court on the tenth day of I. to come forward J./A.pay BARBEll e1Pedsesr Jailor! D. C.JacksoJ1Tille Sic 5.. And be further enacted,. That the 'Sac 3. And k'it further enacted, That the I tin gal; &c.t a&3 | fj' ..;}

A. D,1848.s away. tf captain of any such vessels so employed is hereby Postmaster General be authorized, to.employ, .i-t-z &!a- -' C'0"..:?
tr.S. WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set ,April authorized to .maintain good discipline, andsuch temporarily, such additional clerks. as ,may be tWs i' .t
) my hand and affix the seal of said DIGEST of the Laws of) habits of cleanliness such passen- found necessary for the resettlement of-the accounts 7011 want a flogging what :you want' ,,, d
fflHOMPSON'S among tl .
Court. OSCAR HART Clerk. this act. said a parent to .his unruly. son: 'I know I' ...
of authorized by : f
1 Florida. For sale by gers as will tend to the preservation and promotion postmasters > :
ltbrnarJ 19, 1848. 4mALACIIUA April 22. A. M. REED.J. of health; and to that end, he shall SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That,to the the, but I'll try brat to get.along without It,' 'laW'' V i ., $
cause such regulations as he may adopt for this postmasters at offices where the mail is regularly : : ; i,, ",'
jt B. CUBBEDGE, purpose to be posted up' before sailing, on board: to arrive between ;the hours of.nine o'- >' ..v.;

HOUSE. BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, such vessel, in a place accessible to such pas! clock. at night and five in the morning,..the Nearly as many votes were: given in,the'efty *'< fl..
TB and Subscriber having purchased the house South side Market square, (next door to Ver- sengers, and shall keep the same so posted up commission on the first hundred dollars,collect. of Paris alone at the recent ectiof'(210OOO.J( J l tI

premises formerly owned and occu. stille Luff boro & )Juij er's Shoe Store,) during the voyage; and it is, hereby made:the ed in one quarter may be increased. ,thePostmaster as under Louis Philippe were given in the whole :- > yt
lopby..i. w. Pearson, Esq, at Netmansrille, Savannah, Ga. duty of said captain to cause the apartmentoccupied General to.a sum not exceeding or- i kingdom. -.IvSl | Sgjj
ready to accommodate Boarders by such to be keptat"all ty cent.t ,. i:
end will be promptly passengers per ... .>J.:
the country 6f
Travellers after the 1st of May next f3- Orders from : : & .. .: 4
day times, in a clean, healthy state'and the owners ApproTed'May 17, 1848. 11'.! WIt.
?edbopes by his exertions to make his guests as filled at the lowest prices. of every such vessel so,employed are requiredto A living minister- th Bev.Mr.Pitaeroft e' iI.. : .

Unable as possible. He has good stabling, March II, 1848. J construct the decks, and all, parts;.of laid [PUBLIC.-No. 32.J Illinois Conference, in i prayer Introductory tel :
IAh sera rate hostler attendance. of military land one of his maidens efforts at a cantf mtetinl,r''la r .
always in CHARLES JWAAL apartment. so that it can,be thoroughly:;cleansed i- AN. ACT.. to. require. the holders. V ihteth ;K
A officers of a strain of rapid eloquence gave cil'to .
GEO. M. GALPIN. ; and they shall also provide leafs convenient warrants to compensate I,the land tr1& -
'ternanavilIe A Cm AVCTIONEES.J use the United for:eei'iices'In relation to the following sublime bribCationit* ';J r f
15,1848. E. F' privy water-closet for.:the exclnsiv States .
'0 Lord down hero like \ !
warrants;" V come ft tJund- ;
the of
m PJi.JIN'FJIFlG 'Jr SALES in any part of the County atttnded. 'of every one hundred such passengers.And. location the St tutSa Rowe; .ofZep.resattatwei of woodpeckers, and tear aU tie bark offftiettinlsassefacs ;
solicited. : .when the weather,. M such that,said passengers Be it.vuuted by : ? .: -Ji'','l I
nr arts T DKCRIfTldll.Kftaclr to and respectfully fI 1848. Zanotbi mustered on deck with their bedding, of the United States of America l
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before the mas" Uie'planlersto iOrpOrfttet1iCmSe1TC5W1thThe -
: ?; t Nt'!E '..iS races- was abstract a few ycar 1 : '
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Ii .,.ot.. .. I sabres of St. Domingo. -' v IJ.J .A mericnn.lJniofl. 'If ", "P' from ". tdUi on 1a '
... .:-.. ."- .-- : 'tIt may be abstract at !iho.sNorth: butJte j ;( a, :'f Eds. 'eltTlie affainrof the West India ff: On motion of 1l\fr'i Aldtich/a committee oftlteo : ; our.-etatute?MnaC boqkif ;thio''rfo t1
: ;n4cKQVItLEJpNE: 10, 184S.NOMIIVATIOIVS. r mol-admini- or the
Colonies the control appointed advise Mr. of
:_ r--1" ':-I''_- "_. __ ":_ __,. _._ ._' question of Life and DcatKat'the"jf *$ South"f: om(*4 tration 'pftbqilritish, tinder; Government, have ass mcd '-!' war'i.LA to Perry i lands obj oughttorbtional s rtfj.J applied to" 'Ji, F,
: : : and political strategists may for k ti It o,
ah: ruinous amt like lost souls are sunk H\.utiol1'
-. 4 time lose of its importance but the a aspect, The suicidal, nets of On motion of Mr. William Dell the meeting that! we are oppos 1 to.nnyJ. .t .'he.db 1'C
.. sight too low for .redemption. hon or such proceeds ,: ,
; .:: : r'l people, never. They have taken their IS 16, which authorized tho admission of foreign, proceeded .to appoint Delegates to meet., the : inexpedient lflpolicy among, and"the 1'epugnftn.R Stn a1ik .
into the British market in Wacahootie .
Marion at .
position and will not abandon it. slave grown produce Delegates from County con titution. / \

: .,. '..r We have delegates competition, and oil ,iTieFsaitfc1 footing with free on the 1st day of July next, for the selection of I .r((, ,,'1I ,t' vc rc'eeidMJ1" -t orat
betrayed by

f... 4._.. .'f...' ._., ___:_ :____ ___ --_-_ and our only thenjbcen trust! in man 'rests upon"the" true, grown series of produce cruelty-eryet,.has! capped rat.ed the and climax spoliation.of. a long cf- a candidate for Senator from the Counties ofAIactua :I taking power, by from which t.c)ho'is sklcuitthe'nabl. t-J.,qna1ified eppose' .11_ atcc

.t. t DEMOEnATIC' opinion of Gen. CASS, tho Democratic ricmineoItmay.be ?'- f ected--: "' ' and{Marion. ,',, .tiona and responsibilities nmpiflguard t1nd restsi i-

?.'.3 .-,' ... that thoWhig convention .will nominate The "Isle of Srr ''-the magnificent:the The following Delegates were then appointed ,the public interest, ,,tosngeof a '. 01r
t,1 : is become one wild scene of supj th"
.n", FOR tSOVEHKOR OP FLORIDA- : a more objectionable candidate. But unless surpassing neglect nnd lovely:nbjujdonment, ; Where arc now I by the meeting: rt bill whoso merits i cannot l'aa I r01 l
.B.; Sanchex L. AlJrich Q.M. Galpin,JnoB. approval of two-thirds of the Setmt < J 01id
this be the'c and'unless Gen. CASS distinctly your costly sugar manufactories? Dismantled, of and
Representatives ttntil
''. GEN., 'VILLIAlDAILEY.. avow sentiments that will enablo us to. or sold to tho Cuba slave holder J!, WherQ.arcJ Standley, S. ,B. Colding, N. Jones, Jaa. M. people can be Whined; .th the'jrnJ tDt.otO"

1; _ support him with heart and soul, ho can never now your,opulent planters, whoso houses teemed Sparkrnan, T. C. Ellis! ;;T. J. Prevatt, W.Dell, J. saved tho American Pff.le.rorn won,and the 1rhieh'L.' eoqJJ V
beat with
.:tt. ,.. FOR CONGRESS: with plenty, and whoso hearts P. Crichton Jas. A. Pcdcn, A. E. Geiger, M. S. and tyrannical domination of the Rani rnt'.
r < receive the voto of this State.A .loyalty, and who licked'the hand that crushed l \. IJr
\:; .,', WILLIAM. DUVAL. State Convention will undoubtedly be called I Hheir lt hopes? Ruined, beggared, undone Tho. Perry, P."Sparkraan, 'Sain. Russell, J. J. Sanchez general United States internal, and improvements.from a corrupt! 818fe.' .., IJf

......; to receive the Report of our delegates. We : many years of toil in an ungenial clime and under C. Rain, N. B., Stafford, Jas. G. Dell, & Resolved, Tat the war with Mexj ::
.' a".tropical sun, have been lived through in Burnett S. Geiger W. C. Allen Caleb Higgin- ked her ; ,,
i TOR FUESIUESTIAl. ELECTORS: have every confidence.in the fidelity and saga- vain. And why is all this ? Some man will on part by years of insult and r

.5;.j CEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of st. Johns city of tho Democrats of Florida and they will say, your assertions may be facts, but they are botham,and.W Clcmons. was Grande commenced attacking by the her American army crossin"tb blt

not falter in the trying position in,which they: unsupported. Advance your proofs. Why, the On motion of Major John Parsons, troops'M it tIII
GadsdeTJ. sister State
CHARLES of vading our of Texas
,; H.JUPON'f and .
axiom isselfevidenk.The British Government Resolved That it is the of this meeting ; thnh
arc placed. We await their decision with in. ; I sense all the principles of
..t-:.(: JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County tense anxiety. forced slavery on the West;India Colonies, and I that Lewis Aldrich,'Esq., is: our first choice for tions, it is just and patriotism necessary war nnd law!([ &
Indians on Iift'in'
... _ _ when they.the West ) petitiQncd against which American our "
L'ry candidate for Senator for Ala hua every citizen )
Democratic should
the reception of any more slaves, their petitionswere b,5- t.cA
; ,.iN GOD IS OUR TRUST." OUR DELEGATES. rejected because the speculation was too and 'Marion Counties, and that, cither Major neither'' 'f1imselron' 'tho"side of his C01U1t J1d.

_ t : J. In the present: number of oar Journal we haulS Tho firm and dignified position ;maintained lucrative, to the then crowned heads of. England John J. Sanchez Thomas C.Ellis, Esq., is our deed, havq m'given ral1I'nf aid physically or comfort:to b1J1r tLa A'OJ An

f down the 1 cjolors of the _Baltimore i Convention, by our delegates to .the Baltimore Convention, to Then be abandoned roso a)i host of men styling themselves- next_ ch' ico. JesolrEdThat we would be rejoiced en,it'
.r. ": -i., : and have placed over this article the motto of although. it failed to procure ;an' acknowledgment philanthropists-great men, we admit-backed On motion of,Goo. M.{Jalpiu, 'assurances-fape.iccwith \]nicothe : ,founded 'OJa:

the'State of Florida The cause will ,be found of Southern rights, has won for. us the'Csb y thousands of old women,i who'proclaimed to Resolved, That the Delegates not attendingbe security j principles for the future indemnity but for the r' 'J'1

: < in th 'proc' cdings of the last day.. teem of'all honorable" men.. Wo.. ,noticed' in the ,nation that he who tasted sugar, wrung allowed to vote by'proxy. fication of the, liberal tr.enty.otTeml; that while tHei5r'

':t.. '":;:. It is with a feeling of heartsickness that we several reports that Mr. MOSES.was made to say from only the in danger bones and of.cternal sinews of perdition the slave,,'but was,was not On. motion, it.was.unanimously remains in.doubt, it is the duty of the to CG1 MeiW j '';

I ;'. publish these proceedings feeling of sorrow, he pledged the State of Florida for tho! nomi damned already. The.nation became alarmed., Resolved,:,That Lewis Aldrich, Esq., meets, to sustain the administration in every'trieaini*

.. and of indigti tion.. The ballotings for the can nees.V e regretted this apparent inconsistency Ministers were frightened out of their wits.- the approbation of the Democratic party of the necessary.tq tion of the war provide should for that the vigorous prwtou I tJJ
.. treaty be /
l d1daVei-the compromises,-tho speeches of and are the more pleased find that Tho old :women cried and prayed. The wretched rejetj
to' to County of Alachua for. his able and dignified Resolved) That the. officers and soIdi ii.t"o Jt
Exeter Hall and the
.."..; ;' patriotic office hunters,-had prepared us for a such.was not the fact. The Washington Union whole humbugs English spouted population in a man,anathematized : course .as our,' Representative- the Lower have carried the ,arras of their c utitt1t.i tcJ.MeXIco B

,; --:: different result. The instructions under which L contains tho following communication from the the slave owner,and solemnly abjured these Branch of the State Legislature for the last have crowned it 'wuh.imjM I1b1h i fet

0 .;;, the delegates from Southern States appeared in L gentleman referred to, and it will be seen that u of slave grown sugar. Emancipation two .: ry. Their their unconquerable courage,theirlfiriS' .'

'. p. .( the Convention,nndfthcir( remarkable unanimity he has distinctly represented the position Act was the result. The slaves were manumitted years." fortitude enterprise when, unfaltering perseverance ad" ,
On motion, on all sides by innnmS* \
and thousands who in affluence
J : in favor of tho nominee elected, had deceived us which every Democrat in Florida now occupies. were once able foes,and that more ,
having invested their all ,in slaves are now Resolved, That ,the .Democratic papers of }
.. :it'. into the impression that a distinct acknowledgment The candidate must recognize the equality of the houseless and the diseases of;the climate-exalt 'oj 01P
I pennyless.All, including East Florida be requested to publish these pro rio ism into the
.: :.'". TRUTH and of RIGHT was to be made.It .- States. slave proprietors themselves, magnanimously I highest her i
JAMES A.TEDEN Chairman. to the
ceedings. aright
,; 'i.. ; will be seen that it was as distinctly refused WASHINGTON, May 29, 1848. conspired to strike the chains off the bondsmen, try and the admiration profound. of <
To the Editor of the Union: but the miserable expediency of Ministers in Secretary. Resolved That the I
io r''j'ot Sir: I am reported in tho proceedings of the 1840 has riveted them afresh-has ruined the .
vention of the
X .:, :;.?: : Florida- were instructed by tho State Conventions of the 2Gth, to have said [in responding to -if not immediately placed under the United gratulations to the,National elh
On May 26th Mr. CONE of
:.,'< .: to support under no political nocessity, the nomination of the Hon. Lewis Cass for the States Government, to which she geographicallyelongsthe Friday, Georgia, 1 Republic of France now h.e
1' Presidency] that "the delegates Florida were h brightest jewel in the British from the Committee on Resolutions,reported as :
A' whatever candidate who refused to acknowledge suffrage representatives of :
any t
under instructions to take the same position as Crown. Tax not the West India planters with follows :

,.. '. the equality of the States, and the: that occupied by the gentleman from Alabama, want of energy; for through the years of "the Resolved That American democracy place thirty-five government millions those of eternal ftn

:i ,>': /tight.of.any man to remove with his propertyinto [Mr. Yancey;] but that individually he pledged Apprenticeship" they struggled on, hoping that their trust, in the intelligence, the patriotism, rights, for which on their. .
jl "/ : any Territory of the Union. In this they Ids cordial support? This is an error, that does high-minded, moral, religious England, would and the discriminating justice of the American i WASHINGTON fought side by 1.ii
mo ;rctit injustice ; and although I doubt notthat eventually prove propitious. 'Twas hoping
.1 asked an acknowledgment of that which people. gle for our own National
I merely iiI
and the event has ;
the mistake is against hope proved so.-
altogether unintentional ,
( : to the time of the with Mexico ,' Resolved, That we regard this as a distinctive we would especially convey tlu
I'' :: up present war and may easily be accounted for in the confusion Where now are tho boasted promises of protection whole
feature of creed which people of France
our, political we
I ;... had never been denied. But with the ncquisi'I' and excitement immediately following the: by placing a protective duty on Cuban and proud to maintain before the world, ,as the great are the consolidation of our our

i: : tion of new soil, the element of abolitionism had annunciation of the nomination, it is not the less Brazilian produce Vanished "Like the I moral clement a form of government. springing -. wisdom that shall guide
J- essential that it should be corrected. baseless fabric of a vision they are not to be
: Uncontra- ,
entered into and the Southern States from and by the popular will and bisis of a Democratic Gon t
.. politics, ;
: ;
dicted it would imply traced and England'stands now in the.
a disapproval of the in- ; unenviable -
contrast it the creed and of from the
found themselves threatened with direct we with practice grants or clnct's (
a over structions given by the'State .Florida at the position of being held up to the.contemptof
federalism under whatever form nasties but fr 11ti
.:. .',. throw of their,constitutional rights. We, therefore convention held at Madison,and passed without the world and pointed at as alow,truckling, which seeks, to palsy the will of name the constituent or ? source, of political originating )
H : ,, claimed of the Democratic party a distinct a dissenting voice, and would place me in a position hypocrite.: "Be warned. ye nations of tho earth,. and which conceives imposture too monstrous, States of this.Union the
.' antagonistic to the democratic and let 'the Great Experiment" bo perpetual '
end party of for the blc right of the people in :
unequivocal .acknowledgement of these .popular credulity. tJ.lc
Florida while in, fact I..h admonition to .
I. Our have artily, approve the you. Resolved therefore That these city to make anti amend
entertaining ,
rights. delegates presented this course of the S \4POI1 the I am ob't.8crvantLPHA.. ) ,
: question your
-- "Vt claim and it has been refused. in the Territories and.shall slavery views, the democratic party of this Union, ment in such manner as: the- :
cooperatewith through their delegates assembled a general munity may. require.
: Was there anything extravagant in our demand fellow-citizens
in whatever '
} : my course Convention'of the States in Besolrd2 That in recent :
DEBT OF FIVE EUROPEAN NATTONs.-We clip .coming together a
? Did ask from the Northern they may adopt to check this .
we Democracy encroachmentupon this
of.concord of devotion to the doctrines grand political truth of
r. : southern rights. I said in from an exchange the following table which ,
the ,
: more than protection of our property 1- Baltimore :mcl:faith of a free representative government, the people, and their :.
seek of Convention, what I now repeat in substance: will show the indebtedness, the population and arid their fellow-citizens self-government which
.: .. Did we to deprive them one iota of their "that tho Florida appealing to for the is pr ,
; delegation were under instructions reveune of the five principal governments in rectitude of their intentions, renew and reassert and erecting republics the :
of their
privileges or rights? like
1 substantially those of the Ala- ism in the old worM .
American the declaration led
befor we
? t1.; people, ,
We asked for the enunciation of bama delegation and that her Europe.
a fundamental 1 delegates could of avowed by them when on ft' sacred duty is devolved with :

,j', .,(: truth, and in its place.they have given us a rcfiolntion not allow the vote, of Florida to be chanced When tho reader contemplates the mountainload former principles occasion, in general Convention,,they sibility upon l! e Dl"UIt
', from Woodbury to Cass until the
on slavery, in substance, identical with should declare the principles, coqvenuou which of debts, that sit upon the energies of these presented their candidates for the popular suffrages country, us the parly or Jt.

=:: the upon the countries,. pressing the people into hopeless : and advance niuuiiic us tn
: adopted by previous convention, L campaign would be opened thatif the
? ; princi-
declared poverty, he cannot bo surprised that the 1. That the federal government is one of limited equality an.I fraternity, by
ples the mass
: that by convention
resolution means everything, and tiling came up to the
of any ; derived from the constitution. all monopolies and exclusive
.. ., instructions given by the State of Florida have risen and will rise against the powers, solely :
at all. Southern her govcrncrnment -
: ; and nothing delegates had theaudacity .; and the grants of power shown therein benefit of the few at the
to declare that delegates would most cheerfully pledge the which has so oppressed them with pro to be construed all the departments and by a vigilant aind con
.' ; they were satisfied L LI State to the nomination and that i ought strictly by -
fl' {. :. with it, and that it embodied the doctrine we enter more ardently into; the canvass no one than would 1 digality.ENGLAND..' I and agents of the government ; and those principles and tt
that it is to tntion which are broad t11
inexpedient'amI dangerous exercise -
;: advocate.. If so, why did they not vote and insist would, individually; that my every feeling was Revenue -Debt, 4000000000.. doubtful constitutional powers. nough to embrace and :: 11&J

*'.-. { upon 'the adoption of Mr. YANCEY'S resolution with the democracy; that I could not be forced $200,000,000.Population 28,000,000. 2. That ,the constitution 'docs not confer upon was the Union ,as it is, and
t. from its but ,
that ;
principles until
I !' :...' if it contained no moro than that passed L declared, I: could neither; pledge, myself they nor were the Making a debt thirteen .times'greater than the.general government the power to commence be, in the full expansion of
and of internalimprovements. pacity of this >it and ]
the revenue and an indebtedness to about carry on. a general system gr
:4 by the conT ntion.J State; that Florida had come into the convention equal Rftolrcd That ,of
-. PolicyPolic!!Policy Tho subtile with no stain upon her.integrity ; and that $M2 to every man, woman, and child of her a copy .
J : population. I 3. That the' constitution docs not confer authority forwarded through the
f her delegation would see that she went thence
which sacrifices a real for : the federal Paris tb'lhc National \
an directly
', course apparent without a spot her honor." FnAcE.-Debt, 780000000. upon government
:!' one The cunning! which looked upon Revenue ; or indirectly, to assume the debts of the several lie of France. '
; ,onlyto Eyery hourjs reflection confirms in $192,000,000.Population
me approval States contracted' for 'local internal Resolved, That the fruits 0t
improvements -
President-making and office-getting, and for. I of the Florida instructions, and sustains 30,000,000.' ,
I. debt four or other State purposes; nor would such cal triumph of 18-14, which
Making a times than her
me in determination not to greater
; ': : the dearest interests at homo my support the nom- Polk and }'
got assumption be just and expedient. George M. Dallas
inations until the candidates shall revcniiej; equal to S22 to each individual of
'I We do not blame the delegations from the free cognise the equality of the states and clearly the re- her population. .1. That justice and sound policy forbid the President of the United ,

I -. .:: States, for they had nothing at stake. But wo the South to remove with their property rightof intofitly RUSSIA.-Debt, 000,000.000. Federal Government to foster one branch of industry the hopes of the Democracy
1 revenue I to the detriment of another, or to cherish feating the declared llUrl'o tf
80.000,000.Population -
III' 1; denounce the ritiful conduct of thoscSoutherr L of tho Territories of the United States. JG&X'ansrc51153'o tc
interests nents to create National ]
Should such be 50,000.000. the of one lortion to the injury of a
position taken I
) who sacrifi zed the whole South repeat what 1
I men to their miserable Debt three another portion of our common country that ing the corrupt and ii itcoristi
said in convention, that Florida will wheel into over times her revenue. and. SO to ;
self-interests. Had they only done their line and cast her vote for tho nominees of the every soul. every citizen and every section of the country tion'of the land proceeds,

:', duty this crushing blow would not have fallen convention. She has no personal preferences AUSTnIA.-Dcbt, $300,000,000. I has a right to demand and insist upon an c- treasury of the Union: for ;: 'I t"a

.. The Democratic party would have been true to and is thoroughly democratic. llcvciine, $100,000.000.Population !I quality rights and privileges, and to complete protecting from the ruinous currency :11l
and of
Yours 37.000.000.( ample protection persons alllllJropcl.tyfrom
1 ;:. itself and unfurled its banners for another vic respectfully It. J., MOSES. Debt three times over her revenue, and $9 to domestic violence foreign aggression. i rig the money of the people (

; tory. cvcay soulPuiissit.Debt 5. That it is the duty of every branch of thet people by the establishment

:::.\! We may now consider that the mnJority of TUE PINE TREES DYING.-Every week bringsus SI00,000,000. Government to enforce and practise the he Treasury ; IlL the ]
cause of Free Trade
Revenue, $10,000.000.Population ( ( rigid economy in conducting our public affairs, by
'I i the citizens of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, more and more alarming accounts of the '15,000,000. and that no more revenue ought to bo raised Tariff of 1S42, and the' :

:.. Maryland and Delaware, arc in favor of the abolition devastation among the Pipe trees of the States, Making a debt twice and a half over her revenue than is required to defray the necessary expenses equal, honest and p

.: :of slavery within their respective States. to tho North of us. In North Carolina, tho fatality and $7 to each soul. of the Government and for tho gradual but and that iu our opinion it
certain extinction of the debt created by the to weaken the bunds Of
11 ; By the very act they have committed,they have is increasing, and we now learn that S. I prosecution of a just and necessary war, after by which these great reforms

I; I .:-- either prevented the execution of their wish or: Carolina is also suffering. The following para- ALACIIUA DEMOCRATIC MEETING.A peaceful relations shall have been restored. cd, and risk them to the

jt; entailed a lasting curso upon their neighbors.i agraplis from the Wilmington (N. C.) Compilerand 6 That Congress has no power to charter a adversaries, with whatever

rnli1i; The first result of a law declaring gradualemancipation Columbia (S. C.) Telegraph, will give an meeting of the Democratic l'arty of the National Bank ; that we believe such an insti- they may solicit our 'ti

-i-iwgE will cause emigration and tho idea of a disease from which Florida is County of Alachua, for the purpose of recommending tution one of deadly hostility to the best. inter- which is the only safeguard of |
rapid happily
of the to Resolved That the
ests country, dangerous our republican confd
I :j' 1: sale of negroes. It wo are to be excluded exempt: candidate. to represent: the county institutions and the;: ibertics of the people, racy of the Union in ii

---- j .} with this property from now territory, whither Death of Turpentine Trees.-We learn that in the Lower Branch of the StatVLcgislaturo: and calculated to 13.co'the business of .the firme and integrity of

are thes slaves to go! some doubts exist 'at the north,relative to the was organised by calling JAMES A.'PEDENEsq country .with ;the control,of a concentrated by his nomination and
: death Turpentine Trees account' of which :,to the Chair, and 'electing Dr. JAMES G. money power, and'above,the laws and the will has been signally justified J
Lost!-LostFor our friends.have deserted in the Chronicle his adherence to sound
appeared of the 3d inst. There DELL of the people ; and that the results of Democratic
A us, and our Statesmen are revealed as'place is, unfortunately, no mistake in this statement Secretary legislation b this 'and all.other financial by tho'fumirity of purpose the. |

hunters. Wo had hoped to enter immediately unless falling short of a full detail of the calam The meeting then proceeded.to the selection 'measures upon which issues have been made ty which characterized }

: :. into the great battle for the Democratic cause ity may be considered such. We havo person- ofa fit person.to be. recommended. for Representative between the.two political,parties of the country, in all our affairs*p.t home,and, i '
._- al acquaintances who lost trees in this way, and ; have demonstrated to candid and practical men tender to him;6ur'cordial 1l
Wo had hop contend again for those great have undoubted statements of:their dying in of all parties their.soundness,safety,and utility the brilliant success which h 1'i
.4 .' "prinaples which characterize the'spirit of the lots of,five, .ten and as high as one hundred ,Mr. Aldrichi,being present, was.called on by in all business pursuits: ed.his i ;patriotic''efforts: ,; [

'e.I1'p.: They,were principles which arc part of thousand.. '' One gentleman had his trees boxed Major John Parsons, in behalf of the meeting, 7. Tlxat :Congrcss .has no power under the vance ihat'at t&ipirtion
which run very well.but after the rst dipping to say whcther; nominat'eit as'Scnator Constitution7-to; iinterfere;with or cqntrol the term he wiircarry with' :;him i !
1 :f our religion, and which wo can never abandon all died. This (
.they a
,fatality among the trees domestic institutions, 'of several :States and the.estecm.respect, 1lQ
t4 .'or'forget. They involve the questions 'of life .has so far been felt more in Brunswick or Representative; .ho would ser e. Majj.ar- that'such Staies are tho sole andproperjndges! counr. ... .'- '

it and' property ,which! arc .guaranteed by ie than in any-othcr'quarte ,here, in which cotin sons'explaining aa .a reason for thei
p Constitution. But there is one question of life: ty alone tho damage estimated at'$100;000' that it was generally understood'that: [\Ir;Aldrich hot'prohibited.by:the C rustitut n j4ha! aj fif- zet totho.i i pl9t f .Limo !
They still continue to die,aud no'ono' can'co.l- had 'declined.' nomination t :forts of thGAbohitloniSt8POther$; made,to.m- j Ctsj, jitchigan", .the nd )
:. and property which absorbs all others. The .culate the extent to.which tho destruction : .' for" either' of.ficO duce_;'Congress'ta interfere,:with questions. bcratic: party for t1" f( :
*slave-holding states are alone hri'iTe. No satisfactory may : I ". .WilliinQ., Iiutl r f ii
immediately con- knowledge of the causo shivery, or to take:indpiemV.steps ?in relationthpto ; |
timed in it. It is with them a question, of tho has been obtained', nor'any .remedy' found.-i- ;Whcre.up6u 'Mr. Aldr.ich, in, a brief( Address, )'\"q ca- ult.e41 tqea J,to,'t.*. -.- st,aJ..tr v 1 date of ,the Democratic( {

:: l-preservation of the property they own,and of the Compiler. stated to.the meeting his determination to with. ming iUihIIaflgCVOUS c6bequenc and that thlsuch !. Vice.' piedentAothc Unittl
; happiness and lives of their families and Pine Trees draw'ffom the'rondida 1 for either' the office of efforts. tendencyininish t9"dl tLe s"me
serrants. Dling.-Wo have learned that in c : tho happiness.of the people'and'endanger ally approved resoluU
., :: ; In the free States this species of pro- some parts of tho District Fairfiald .: Senator. or Representative.. Alledgirighissfrons the stability;.permanency of the UIion1 '/section, ant would be J

(petty does, not exist. They can: well afford i to a York, the Pines are dying inlargenunS .attachment, to'.the .party//: ;awl. hia.willingness, and ought'not ,to be countenanced' by any friend coUtry.iJla tjitfemz i !

:.,. oifct.liberalin, giving away that which they. do bars; and our attention 8 yesterday culled tJ vijn in view of embarrassments in his'private of' ouj, political histttiitions: .*'? .Qn ..'.resolution.,."*
I fL theYact,that'many'of tho pines in the bennti. affairs i incumbent : .: Z1it) :epar ib:;wthp.moiieys'of' thegoyebi'nCnt following n oritytrejo t. "
not possess.AAd ful.'grove near tho South Carolina' Rail'Road" tosuch a: candidacy;"'t
; ., $. this great question, all absorbing to the in this city, were also dying.. -ColumbfoTtti! !the;party whenever. a stringent i ,ne essiiyjfquuedlsuch .peusable'JbV, tKe3 safety of the funds of the governmen .' iThe'underaigneuV"A.mi.m'lIi.O1ILt : I

". h, as'been called nn.abti'nCtwC And ISO graph. .? .- ; :. ... ; ,a courscand.his.rcadiq sa; tdser TO : \Hd'lKefrightdf' the.people.'.' tceOflrtcluUouslslcjoayiX !

; ;'..;o u\geertF ii'lc 'regulating the.protection) ;: : JAMAICA; ; with unabated zcdl. whenever ;present cauW 9. That! the libcrahprinciplesi Declaration! I of embbdieOvby mit" ;m lioritJr.rept )is
\ : ieffcreon in the Independence,
t lieving thattUQ success pf.ihe
tfUfGlz1d' propcrty,: abstract, 'J OJ thc doctrine, ;f Uowing.: CO !3t i' fo ii1 i if o. .for.' his withdrawal" should, l'b",rpmovpd.' ;,".," '. "f. -' raud i sanctioneillnBe constifytionwji4qh makes I wiltd len
poltical equality wi:Abstract:.a few.: years" DeIta.f&on t geplenii1! 9PA'eldent jj thb' .. 1la.' jri'arsonsqw, .: 'nominatedX' S. Tpcrrr ours thc I4 tf l.b rY M.the'asyfoni of the principles: ;avowed by ;

b r tftlie'Btfn' "ofTerwr'A The q uestion'i of thoTClation'b'elwcen island of Jama .Es,<5b "J'i"idJyIPQrtrays
Vh'S!i '"b1findlig1 Aho ruinous ded usa.candidate'to reprint iisItirinelpM} ?f-he1ethocratic faith; and L LeWptt not give their assent to the r
1 rtp per o. :..effects,f :of auancipatiorijjandiho'disposition: ; k. / /: AlacbWib'tbeBfwnivX'VrancH !' ,1, lf thi: i!C 1 tpFjyjlev eor ity. jinommniui i

: h .i :: LY' : :' \", t'JJ.\Otl.<'' I ( rtH'ood 1HIH ,1.W ) :'I Q' l h t .J 1ii.-rril iJCJ I tit il J.JI VCCUUUU$ clhz'n i--r'. ,!\l..,.:thjc'- ,.q"L'oWJW tJt''J.I'ct S i1 t L i stood lo 'ui .U.ua{LaVMiitt ;
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question U2 ._ If
I.e. ; rfcre with,the question -.recurred on the ndoption thirty-fire.; : ; ; other branch .: 1 ,
*** that the: of the Reporlof the Congress of;the Grand, r Q
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m hut Comtaittc
M. ies % withOTtTnendr thenris Jary of State and nation .
ittel or nTtloobt th&HrwilUJw cxeroae:moderailoii a J& .. t
tb f the exclu- ment andit was States -".- ; ..
tcrritory.haT ,'b"- decided intheuffirmativc OFMARIONuy-. fQf
hibiting n j comparatively much laJ-ger '- .!. Gi 1.
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idC Jop1e ercladc it therefrom. The major&r -ayes21 ,'noes none follows: Orders had btc received. for the J. alBag- ,,in 1VE. the (1 d"Uw'althDg'fj'or,1T f.t. Ps tAt- April pIean% ct4tt.8D4.Io.7.11Jftt... .. '1':

- *** committee have only adopted thisCJr.1a Ayes-Maine 8, New Hampshire' 6 Massa- of the outposts of the, :arm,:: 'id they'were ci lfln&S481pt th> CircnU.Co, be1d.ft: ,.the ,.prttrifcHPiffer..u3uu a/efe J& ,'.;' ...,
." fir npplicable to the States, and chusetts 12 Vermont 6, lthode Island 4 Connecticut \ County of Marion ..friend fodl ppighbors, Ai4p -.UU\ etidTihie '
march after *
: as kcw pected tq, for the coast. between, the'Isi. returning our thanks ,. -' :' '-i
4'J. .Clr S'rerll t\l, in the nvowal wf the card i- 6, Jersey, IJennsylyania 21, Del- and 15th of June. '*> to his honor Judge Douglas, for !e courteous w.e 1fou14..nco mmecd,to.i UJ'ren 1,. II
1. ;*tt ttflOCD3C. M express any aware 3, Maryland S. Virginia 17 North Carohimia arid ViffabK taimmejeitertd 'enpfhe nation ond
'. p IPS cf the Gen. .lcrsifor.F..Smi h lias "been appointed : bib m', nd it ,11 t. Ar. :
*r.. p''Sin what i is really the most exciting 11., South Carchna 9, Georgia 10. Florida, superintendent for the embar of the forces -'. pointing the people.ofFloridxt to him as an atlentive -? listen LtitoneL, moderate:'counsels M the''QUIT. ** (: ,:

S I I'tl uron political topic now before their /no? answer.; Alabama 7, Mississippi G, Louisiana at Vera Crut, nhd,lip was to'leave thc'citi sentinel oh the watch'tpwer'of public chancefor.Bafetyrrto cultivate univcrsiliS** :,;

:YJrt.'U1t jc'ci'g the people to fmd an "I051" Texas 1, Arkalsns Z.: Tennessee 13 J\cntncky of Mexico,,for the purpose of entering on this, morals-afterexpressing"our 'trnly sincere .tJ-t b ,cberish'national honesly* becauseIf; $** .

.ithe views"of the great democratic party 12, Ohio 23: Indiana, Illinois H, Michigan 5, duty on the 2-Uh ult. .. thanks antl'gratithdft to. Solicitor. Clerkrand but the v reflection;in t Qaggrt t eoflndiiJdnilt;ff : 'i

0 -Ml of the probable course of itsrcut1ticc Iowa 4, Missouri 7, Wisconsin -l-2.1lI. This important news is beyond question arid Sheriff had tspocfally pur attentive bailiff, Mr.' honesty, and.on no aecoiuntjo agitate"thovezpd: :.1
1e .
% tifl' : lI\ ngress, in the I avowed Mr. Commander, before the vote was declared we .take great pleasure inlaying it before our iUex. McLoud, for their 'kind f\ttentiou'extend- subject: < of our:peculiar; Southerninstitutions ,\ \ :'

0. of their nominee for the office of Prcs- obtained leave to make an explanation as readers. cd towards, beg leave to make this'our general but, for all to hold the Constitution sacred, ah!rf ..

; 4iions to why he bad declined to cast the vote of South Presentment, desiring not to dictate but all.. rely upon it forsecurity., \[ '? !

0f # \ c,-e conceive to be fundamentally Carolina on this question. He had voted for a alone to exercise that influence which' our uni- With these presentments and rccororaenila-' :: .t

0r On lla ever boon the pride of the DC- Northern'candidate, on an implied understand LATEST FROM EUROPE. ted and official character ay have imparted to ions wo conclude our duties as Grand Jurow, :t,

< f* $ that)It V it ]has dealt frankly: and honestly ing that the South should be furnished Tfith a nv THE niBERMA. us for the time for the good 'of oar country and casting ourselves and our. country upon thecoro .' :

t" ? It has scorned to conceal its platform by this Convention upon which they The Protestant Repeal Association .had Taxi our common county. .I' .anti kind keeping of our.' : common f thieth ;: )
J4eople. .
s r:4ti6: Vniow., It has made it a point ofop- could stand forever. That had not been done. imposing meeting .at, Dublin ,on Tuesday*, the We would.therefore recommend to the County Ruler of all the earth. \ \ '*T 1:,

( t.o the AVhig party that it frequentlyple But he had determined now to vote, but considered most ultra Orangemen declaring foracha'nge,' ,Commissioners and the officers appointed under : Wo submit ourselvesyoufs, .v \v } i.

r.ton before the with a mask upon its this explanation necessary. lie then cast and offering the right had of fellowship to their .the road laws of the State, to cause the road laws .' S.. T;.THOMAS, Forctaan., 4
ei the masses to rebuke strictly to be executed !to causo-rall roads -- ---- ,
viletl to vote of South laid -
anti hls: Carolina ip the affirmative, Roman Catholic Countrymen. Sherman Crawford ------. ;-'---- '- .,. .
;lv; for 3 course so offensive to truth and thus making the vote of the Convention unanimous scjit a letter in which he declares that the out at once to be opened,to cause all our public NOTIC.a' : :.. ;I'*;:? 'p .'..:

., :***V ptrtY to tuna-- Our country's institutions I -the Florida delegation and two of the discontents of Ireland connot be removed than roads to be'poeted and.finger boards id be placed PURSUANT to a Decree of the Court of Pro !. ,

*un"*11d their surest support in an intelligentb1iC0P Alabama delegation, however:declining to vote by a restoration other Parliament. at nil the'prihcipftl. forks, and all public County,I will offer forsale' t t"i

( jest .' .' That public opinion cannot be and New York not having voted on any question The Queen will visit Ireland in July, on, her roidst&be' kept in'good order,.and condition, on the first Monday In July-next,the followiag ; 1 .

formed- to our -views upon thoseit.l1tions since the assembling of the Convention. way..to Scotland. remembering that such facilities,.not only con described real estate -.Oran. Baiter,,late of ;."

, ,teUigCDtly ir we refugc to avow them and dare A resolution, recommending that each State THE POLES. Teniericesto ourselves ami marks to 'strangersof said county, deceased to wh:,'A certain tracer '. t.

, theta.lti5geless shall hereafter send as delegates to the Democratic While one account is that the Prussi4ns'de. importance we attach. to our country,!the :iparccl of land, situated in.aid county,'kborn
.. A tit jdftlUte to deny that this question does National Convention no greater number feated the Poles at ll law, the .Liverpool value We place upon it; but make it practicableto us Saw' Mill Tract, and 'cO taihing 300aftcraj oi

'. home upon us for cat decision. T'nDr than the votes to which each is entitled in the Times says that a succession of the fiercest bat, those coming,to look'at our region to'see ourselves .m'ie dr lejssjand-id:the,Dccnpation of dectaaea ';

F'nrprern l1o .!lavcholding States have Electoral College, was then taken up and adopt. tIes had been ought. the..two last at Xiong and and Our valuable. lands to admire which: during hii life time for the payment of,thc< t ZL t.
i'f the opinions it.hil ..- ed States 'it is'only"necessary to behold, ,and:>those 'Who 'debta'OtiatdIecwedJ yJ
208 to
1 \ eXl're5s.I1.1ctiJctl upon by 41. at Miloslaw have been frightfully bloody. The / --oij s-r.T t
'., r has! been: met by counteracting opinions in Mr. 1'owhatan Ellis of Mississippi, offered a Prussians had 10,000 men with artillery, :whilst'I ;:hay travelled much in the wilderness, can nppreeuLtethe'pleasureot.tneetlDg % In.... HOLMES,.,. ,;f? ''

,, South, first distinctly! avowed by the Statejlrgi' resolution of thanks to lIon. Andrew Stevenson) I the Poles were a mere handful, and yet the a' friend to direct Administrator of Oran Baxter dec.:'. -cI; .'
the an l since followed up by nearly citllstateili for the impartiality, energy, and ability with slaughter was terrific. The Prussians were him on hisjU1ne.in, the unerring fingerboord. Jtinl3d, 184&' \, G dT r.,
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. that 5t&oflOf the Union. which he had presided over the deliberations of I beaten. The whole Province of Posen is 'in .' '- : ,. 1 .;,..
I We would recommend tho consideration of a :NOTICE .. "7' S .
the ; .
and the town of
abstract Posen nearly destroyed -
call the question an one.1f&bsttEtifl arms ,14'l: .:
Itis jjje to sense, it is only so to the scc- I George W. Jones, of Tennessee offered !. by fire. crossway to the bridge on the Oclawah 'at the E: XtptJ'tIONS: will issue nganst rdianj.t' \!
aDY called the Fort Fowel j \
his originated the avmvlls of*s- an amendment returning also the.thanks of the A military insurrection took place at Madrid point bridge on the road 'or Fie' I1mins r o1or.! whGha'i riot ',
tiDI In hich the rights of a large portion of Convention to tho Vice Presidents for their fidel' on the. 7th ult at clock in the morning,which leading from Ocala to Fort Butler; also, a paid the fees duo this cffieebft the tnth.battt o1t ; l l

.-.ion upon wit: the mm-Slaveholding States.If. ity nod ability, which was accepted by Mr. El was suppressed after a sanguinary conflict.. bridge at the some road suitable place across the same Wl\f.. P. CRABTBEB Ui3Y, nil 3 .:

. t'lIionto. not a dollar of property to be affect lis: and the resolution, thus amended) was unanimously which lasted several hours. river on. leading from Okahnmpkato '. Jtidg 'rPt bate:1 l! r t:

fit OWn ascendancy of the principle at issue. adopted. I The number of the dead was not known. but Fort Butler ; we would 'ntsoreeommend the :June 3d, 18:18.. Jt1- it .;
. 4 td IT the single political right to DC cur- Mn Foster,of New York in behalf of the Syracuse I it was considerably greater than in the insurrection opening'of a road from Ocala to the line of Or )1
not a '
4 nfr Lave With them, opposition the South delegation, moved that the protest of the I of the 26th of March. angc county, on, the best route to Fort Mellon. NOTICE 1

. tiled Iv' it. is purely a question of moral and .Syracuse (hunker) delegation bo entered upon Among tho killed was the Captain General We would also :recommend to 'the County By ORDER of the Court of Probate of Nassau 4'
,, .II '.this llOiut the of the Convention. of Maria Commissioners the necessity of a safe and comfortable county will be sold ;
ethics. Far litlcrent is it with the journal A member moved : Fulgosio, brother-in-law Christina. at the plantatj 2
Lth wlitteil the property which the sucf to amend, so as to include the protest also of I Thirty-Tour of the prisioners token-one-half jail, not only as a matter'reeonoD y the rotate of Join..luIr sea bmTbury- )1'of '
own .
l ., tins They principle will prevent them from the Utica (barn-burner) delegation. : of them civilians, the other half military men- and convenience to the county, but as a- terror the second daot1Jay next.the: ft.hlbwing two 1 '
cess < Mr. Foster accepted the amendment and tried and sentenced to death to evil doers. negroes. Affy, about 27 old j t
-n-yiR-with them to the territories. They expressed I were by a court- years and'her ,
,i amnion right in the territories, from for the delegation, of which he was a J11lrtiul and were about to be shot when the post The GrandJurybehievingthatit lay within daughter, Mary Ann, ten years old., f.:
. bare the !scope of their duties to examine 'into the .A
k be excluded unless't member their approval of the nominations and left. c. W. DuBOSE
tll they ;
are : "1'
.; ykicb Icy there without his property. They I i iJure proceedings of the Convention, with the exception Some of the journals 3nnounced'that the Pope condition! of the County Treasury,now controlled -. lL K. DuBOSE : ;;

chllUSetog6 be 'ii considered as political 1 j jinils of those iu regard to the contesting delegates had been deposed, and the republic proclaimed at by Col; C. A. M. Mitchell as Treasurer, March .\1848.. Administratora.&t : ,
. h.cl'ctef.r thereupon instituted an inquiring examination The (
from that State Home but the sale is Thurs-f
in the i ui-with the same power of j news seems premature.Imprisonment I postponed to u'i .
: rp which have heri'to- The motion was then agreed to. of the Pope.A. report prevailed of saiddepartincnt, through a committee con- day the 13th of July next. :'
tminsi; i"n at)'l! *( progress 4\iay27thjS4 :' { }
S. T.Thomas IL White J. S. Jerkins "
sistingof & *
forediitiuguislie-l all vlsKses in the Union, and Mr. McXutL. of Mississippi, offered a resolution in Paris, yesterday, that the Pope,repenting *
E. Ganann and who .
l ibid has R"IVCU to us all the distinctive"appellation to hold the next .Democl't National Convention his late hostility to Austria, had revoked his F.l\Ieyer. reported that the : 'of : .:

. of the party of progressThey own, at Pittsburg, in order, he said, to getJUl.t.h declaration of war ; that in consequence, the office has been_ honestly'and. faithfully dis'char- STRAY COW roiJ D.I -'::-' -:) ; ;'
the Tre.'l.surer.That
JB common with their brethren of the North, r from Washington, and that) their friends people had risen en mass, and deposed him gcd by there likewise examination : HAVE found and conveyed to j_. ....
was an had my .
which to be held the from the Eist might be afforded un opportunityto from his temporal authority-placed him under J.cattle
these wrri toriN are by pen at ,
office my
in the Clerk's the
by committee who p1antntion- .
the Western of the r.t .
trustee for see slope Alleghanies. restraint in tbe Castle of San Angelo.The ;
Citfwrnuieut as a
. Federal :The resolution. on motion, was laid on the taMe Journal des Debts confirms the above.It : reported favourably, and recoirimghaedj that; andarin, a stray cow, marked with an Und. : -
oswaad common purposes.If I more suitable books and better preparations be and.8phc in one ear, and a smooth j
; tlcrcfure.. you refuse l-j meet the issuemJenptiithe appears that Rome has regularly rebelled had for said office.. the othaandbranded crop-iff. : {"
Slaveholding, by a part of the Mr. McCandlcss.: of Pennsylvania, offered a against him, and the probability is that his Holiness : We'would -recommend f'e1 ow-it.izens owner requested withthieletterT1.( .. :
our t.o.comb forward
KHKSUyelioMing States, and permit the heretofore resolution authorizing the officers of this Convention will be deposed as a temporal prince. In of Marion and t parchari \\ :
to in the gee
county move immediately
expressed opinions of your nominee to to call another: in case of the death, inability fact, the entire executive' authority appears to matter.of 'the school landS-to elect commissioners Iay 27th srrlamMifTm2 ." :t..

Hand,irapliedly the opinions of this Conven- or declination of either o( the candidates be exercised by the new ministry, without'any to'look to the school lands to'claim and- ,. ,' '. .t!' ; :-r:
'r .
nominated. It was possible he said that control on the part of the Pontiff. S t. .
in the '
against .
tioD,you pronouuce, 8tibstancC1 locate such lands, as we may entitled to on, NOTICE. .:
Initial! equality of the people-against the General Uutler might prefer holding his post FRANCE. account of the 16th sections covered by.that part A LL P R 9NS'** ebt.id. t o -thEitj-- #. :

cniuuuiiy of interest hi the territories, which i of Major General in the army to accepting the PAWS, May 11,10 o'clock. of the Arredondo Grant lying in our county.Also .- Precflla:Mattairjate of J i ? ;

I jtii cuuteii'led exiiLs In the Ollc-l-tains( I nomination fop the Vice Presidency. The resolution The following named gentlemen embrace the to move in the. of schools general Pla.jdeceaieti'ire requsted tooom. "forwsrJ of "'k

trigbt of one-half of the people of the Union on motion, was laid on the table. new French ministry: I ly. Parents, educate your'children-not only and inake payment immediate,.. And _rri'#: .' : !f).'
uexlvud those institutions which the fathers On motion of \hr. llallett Massachusctss, M. Dastidc. sons demands afp {,
Foreign Affairs haying
as a source of infinite pleasure-not only as affording against\ said .estate are re .:
cftLe Cunstitution recognized us fundamental Resolved That the proceedings of the Con- War M. CharMs quested to 'tIi f6
t m/
I them means of arriving at a high''sta prose .wftaiif the time.
pres- j
the of the articles of union and, vention be signed by its officers and published M. Duclerc. cribed .J}
in framing up- Finance, tion of morals and of appreciating and preserving bylaw, ortlie.r-wm'be forever barrtd.-? .
which the and leading princilct in the Democratic newspapers of the United M. Cremieux. 2 f
vn rest great their,civil and religious liberty, but also as : ISAAC Y.pt .'Jr,
}> upon which taxation and political power isholfd. States. Public Instruction, M. Carnot. means of self preservation, of self defence, the Administrator with_the 1t'1IL'L : t
Resolrcd That a committee of one from each
Commerce M. Flocon. Black Creek 1
men are born equaL The equalities are ,destroyed May,27tfi,448. 2m '
In OrJCf to obviate such :t construction State, to be named by the respective delegations Public Worship, M. Dethmout by the education of some and the neg \ :
orderly gite assurance to the public mind of be appointed to promote the Democratic Public Works. Trelat. : .. -
lect others. Parents, if you love your hiJ. Runaway' lY Po.c git.'I: i
cause and to be called the Democratic National
entire that the Democracy of the Marine M. :
our country Casey. i tire, and how can wedoubt it? educate them &XJd ccmnnitted iothe' .
lYmu will vrescrvc the compromises of the Committee. Interior, M. llecurt. i and make them good and wise and leave to ,ARRESTED onn\j'a Jail of

CunstiiuUon, nut only in the :t-litc't but in the A committee of one from every State except The appointment of M. Has tide is consideredas I them to grow rich and great. feet e inches in height iaibtgrOabogiu;

territories-tint it recognises i entire political i South Carolina and Florida was then appointed unobjectionable. Ho was tho UnderSecretary -: that. ho :-aH :
to has
We would also recommend our next Legislature says been tried and convicted J ..
to csfct the people and tbeirrigIt of State for Foreign Affairs under M. deLamartine f-
quality among ,
I iu ImmirsuLIiceofthe last resolution,and after an to mortgage the :OOOO0, acres of .State Nassau connty for cAticiYig'awby and harboriu
miiuolusieil in their of and satisfaction. There ..
rights ;
peoj'K was
gave a ? :
lands donated by tho General Government for s negro'slate belonging to Mr. W : "
address from the President Mr. STEVENSON the ; Alb ti.o}
property, the vat territories which the Union report at I'aris that Ledru Rollin had tendered : :theSnm-e '; 1
the pf internal improvements collateral eotfnty. The
until Convention sine d:. purpose person- or persons irfcV I .
Mils but as a tru.-.t sufficiently papulutodto adjourned his resignation. ave'J ] ;
security for a loan State bonds of one'million gn right demand said .
Itt vrvcU.il iai'i Slates-the undersigned have i The army of the Alps is, it is said, about to upon uegro'wjll'please J
of dollars at such sum as:can be procu- come forward charges and
,pay take hinf-
l to t<' t this body, for its adoption bo re-inforced by a fourth division.comprised of :
gree liret.Iu ;
BEAUTIES OF EMANCITATIOX. communication arrived red on such bonds-and mortgages payable In away. JOS:; A. I3AKI5EE a,:* Jo -t
the fulluwiug resolution : three brigades which had in complete _
in the Kingston Morning Journal of the 10 or 20 years In annual instalments, to charter'a :' "' DUVAl count /, t-\
%v. L. YANCEV, of Alabama. onlcr from Algeria. Preparations arc being Bank.of three millions dollars, one third of May'13 18 18: jJacksonrille .t. ( i
JOHN C. )[cG EnEI:, of Florida.J. Jth nit, says: made to concentrate the army at the foot of the the stock to.be owned' by the State,, arid two _h'1' ,.

M. Co.\i.MAM. of Smith Carolina. "Hayti has again been the scene bloodshed Alps. A letter from Lyons states that the army thirds by individuals, and ,obligate said bankto !. .:. :.- .. .tf,

R'johed, That the doctrine; of non-interfcr- and murders. Wo learn that the brigantine of the Alps has received all the materialsfur complete a railroad' in three or five years Proposals. '-for" 'ti- Loau','" "- t :
with the if of rtionofthcj Victoria of Trinidad Tucker opening a campaign. tf'. ..",
tnce rights property any p ) Quern ( ) Capt. from some eligible point.on,the Gulf Mexico, TEEAStJKr '.i.r.

pleol this Confederation, be it iu the from Port-au-Prince, bound to Hamburg, witha POSEN. in a line the best calculated to facilitate the . Dn'AUTXEiT. -. ;-r:
SUtcsvr in the 'f1.'rritlJl'ic5, or by any other cargo of coffee, &c., put into Morant Day on The Poles in this duchy, and the Prussian trade and travel from New Orleans to'Savannahj' proposals April 17, risiaf' : T ,' !

than: the parties interested in them is the truo Thursday last. to purchase stores, as none coulU garrison troops, have had some desperate con- to locate the mother bank at the eastern ter" SEAtED of will Be received, .under :

republican doctrine recognized by this body. be procured at Port-au-Prince iu consequence liicts. The town of Posen has been nearly destroyed minus of said road, and to supply agencies 'for on Saturday the 31st March last, until 3, p.rni t .. .j/

Mr. fUliccy ad Imsxiul the Convention at of the state of matters at that place; and thatCapt. by fire. A battle was fought on the 29th the other divisions of the State with capital deposited millions'oT dollars, 17thpf of Jttne l848.for sixtee? p., r .
length in support or his amendment, and con- Tucker report that he has: brought des ult. Miloslaw; the Prussians were victorious.The proportion to the amount Oltransfer- imbursable JStaies'sfock'r ',. '

trn-lf. thit. tlntn;!h th<* r''?lulloi reported; patches front the British Consul there, to Com. people are in apprehension that their religion able property in such divisions To allow per of July twentyjcars'1S4S from niid After the1'day :. '1'

the uijurity i>! the C'Mnm'Jt. V.MS true dnuocnticiioctrui Bennett on this.station, requesting that: a vessel -the Jlomau Catholic-is to be subverted ; sons to take stock in said Bank and railroad per annum bearing six percent interest .. :. .

; i iM 1 1M-J.I 'i I.'fltIRt t.-inc'-s connected of war should be immediately sent to Port- und the Polish Committee protest against the payable in labor'on said road at stipulated rates,. days of January,payable and semi-annuallyj on the. .rst ; ; ';
with Mexiortn wU'I.:1'! 1 tlm i- where serious disturbance had ta- projected territorial arrangement, separatingthe July of each year. No"bid "."
: : 'I eiinnjre po5lioaof au-Prince. a : and to receive dividends as the Jabot haa been will be received below ;
thiii2>a< to rcncr a f.irtJu'iand clearer krnplaei-: large number (.some s.iy upwards German districts from the duchy, and incorporating performed and rccclvcil and to exercise all the considered unless pa ; nor will any bid be f. :

seritIt uI ii! ,;ijcin-i'1 ? oi'nou iul( i-rcrencH asin of .a iiun'Iralj) (,f the clJlorc.lpol'utltiou having them with the confeJ l'.ltion. A general other privileges of mouiod stockholders as soon poslfed ono per cent orUf de* j, f'

',t'lu\'r.I'e,1 liis jvs'.iuti'Mi: now submitU'd, been w .-"<.icred by their blank .':11 t'Il. The insurrection i is looked for. Martial law as the stock IA taken tnd the work secured 'by at or before some the depository date of the United States ; '.:.
for .
,ct.t1.y ti th'- 5ucces fit" the nominees of his Cfitiscnf this outbreak has not been fully mentioned has been proclaimed and all persons found in bond, the Bauk to commence 'operations as soon posals. The in opening the pro ,f-

'Cl'n\"eti'\' ; 1111 nn l'I'n"jI1f.'ra1inu would Ala- hut it is said that tim )lives of the people arms arc shot. Eight hundred German volunteer as one third of the capital stock is paid in, and ditfonal and without bids all cases must be uncoil? j t;

"baraa sttiliifv! herself in regard to this matter, of color were daily being sacrificed iu large $ have arrived, as a free corps, to fight to commence the road fits eastern tenuinance pf ptli rs,, and should state any reference .to the bids J -S7 ii'

orinolVr word "rat I her own principles.:' numbers. This determination on the p-irt of ;igaiiist the Poles.GERMANY. in six. months after the Hank commences opera um offered The distinctly, the premi : 11.- :;
Mr. HenVy." nf Iniliain, rose to a question of the blacks to exterminate the browns had: been tions. This wc.belicvc is practicable in general and cndco'sctl be sealeiL : fJ.:

orler.' which lie stated to be that it was not in brewing for a long time ; in fact since the tyrant The Frankfort committee of fifty have voted a if not as detailed. We believe'such bank adu1r ssc,1. ta .tlio"Froyosqls, Jo&i" o/TiS4Sj/ ?and ( t l

tinier for a mrmher to :n.Iojit (cour'.' of argntoentto Souiauque lias boon President; and it is resolution, urging the Germanic Confederation and rail-road to.be-of. paramount importance to Washington City Dl Sectary& The of the Tfbasurj l--t.

prove th.it the nominees of the convention now }"' :IW realizeditha vengeance that none to keep the promise male to the Poles and declaring the"State, and more particularly to this and the be accejJtcd will ,be. sums"which"inay 4p_ ) ;.i

cauuot lie flrcl'-d. but savages would be guilty of committing. that the Poles shall be allowed still to I. adjoining'counties;for if such disposition' be depository of the United required States to. be paid;to the ? ,{It#

fcThe I'n'Milcnt sti-i th.it was not a question pass through Germany on their return to their not made of said landsj the enquiring traveller, ple Lcshlcnce nearesi;th* .: !;
Wtfee mative land. They recommended, also the appointment ,8-"- .o .me,porson .respoctrrely .
chair: to decide. ten or fifteen years from now.shall seek in vain whoso ,offers be : J
Alr.-Yanc'y replied that lie was not so argu- LATEST FROM MEXICO.The of three delegates, one from Austria, for some one to inform him what: has become of of the accepted may:bid successful;but the.aunt '. 1
'I' g.tmtt t. has elected Pena Pc- one from Prussia and one from the other, federal of said donation. Should -:IIi: bidders not'residlngr l.
fchowhow the nominees of the eOIl- Mexican Congress : y the proceeds some .in the.JJiutcd States be ; .
*wtiun vtelii be elected. lroTi8ionall'rcsitlcnt, until llerrcru shall be States, to join "th? men of confidence" in the such disposition be made of it as a loan mentioned assistant treasorers at must New deposited,'ith b.' ;': :;i

'Mr.raucl''y, at the conclusion of his remarks, consideration of federal objects. a'rail-rq3.d as described c nbe completed ,'or New Orteans York Boston 7 Philadelphia 1 ;.J

ro>Ted the resolution of the minority of the inaugurated. The Prussian minister of Foreign Affairsmakes and the principle remain untouched, a permanent Ta give an : 1.:: r t\ :
opportunity ,to
wpittee as an addition to the resolutions reported The following, in relation to the treaty, we the following demands from the German fund for InterIlLllmprovementi As tidpo.teinthe vestment all-persons to parJ:1J

ty the majority' of the committee. extract from the N. 0. Delta: Diet at Frankfort1., That the German Con- long as the .trces cast. tiheir shades .upon the bids will be received for tho of fondsintbia. t ;1 .:
Mr. Kaufmau moved the federation shall declare itself responsible for ground-as Thug S,thmii'c rs'runintb the sea, tion' lowmdenom.ma1: ;": !
previous question. -
the treaty h
The committee of Congress to the and the loss to private ? Certificates z bjlaw-being
Ilr.Bil the cost of war. property wish deceive when1 belieyesuchbank"aridsuch
ofTenncsseo inquired whether wed&, not to we say wo for fifty dollarr-Haswel if
tit2801Iltion had been referred, made a favorable report! caused by the hostilities. arising out of railroad -wouldfillour'couritry as for higher'sumsT ci, .
AU f
from Alabama certificates "
ofthegentlcmaa of the the committee under one:'theusand
In the conclusion report and2. Thata dollars
MJnteu'led the Schlcswig-Holstcin question; at oncefwith: thriving population will be ';" 1t
U deny the right of the territorial of the treaty concluded with transferable on the beoWof the'
"Statures tu within their saY: tWe approve complete restoration of all ,the property of with plenty of giOd'mOJ.ey, a safe home currency but all certificates 'eastJi'jtJ';'
regulate, slavery the United States of the North on the 2d of February first condition to ry j ;.fattb.t sum
J with 11 the modifications Prussian subjects be made the ;rajse np towns andvilkg s.as by rflagic,'rollback U'ds'n11qJ 'rhtis1ei- nih bkS ofS : ".
Mr.Vancpy certainly. of year, ; any peace to be concluded withthe kingdom of the heavy.forests ot our hammocks like a tre*#:0# ; ;
answered and Government of the said Delivery witlfcooiins attached
made the Senate ; ; f
} by '
: ulr.Moor; Alabama) expressed the opin- Denmark.WLL. scroll, make us the common, carriers of trade at;the'optionot bidder. To'avoid
1 1l t Lewis U.States1" and travel of hear one-fourth of commercial confusion expense i ,
Cass the that and
was strongest man "Mustang writes.us that multiplication'of"accountsall
eo!ld.be presented to tht State, and that his there Our seems correspondent to be no doubtabout the ratification S O REWARD .", world tow in-upon" us as they' passed, {heir certifieates"with" ontt3 hed;: wilT' be for ,W.V; ,t
Pnflip1ez on this the colder rcsures. Now seems to us the proper the sunrof one thousand'tfollari''"'c 'h.. "ft
subject were approved by of tho Treaty though final action was not likely BE .PAID for,proof to convict any the :: itV
peopl of Alabama. The resolution reported be take'n it before the 20th or 22d or persons harboring any run- time., We woCW recommend.this' matter to tf xThe successful bid ers7win ;lie : 4
tb upon "
wy c 'nr Dext Representative
majority of the committee he believed all particular charge < depute tw attflurifrawarded-iir' tqilr&
away slave or slaves of mine, arid a reasonable j
i 'fE.tielft for the.' u1tnr' the Mi .J OTp110"0! stahflifiifs in each of themonthsof JulyAuCTKt. i-tf
South. Commissioners Messrs. Sevier and Clifford reward will be paid for.the delivery in any jail to Legislftt el-
!, Ql1estiou was taken on Mr. Vanceys were still in the city of Mexico at the latest in Florida or at my plantation:near .Pititka_ .. bc.scnfup to' Congress f rrurt erfnld.in SeptemberoeraBoember'bftheres: 1"t':;;

iI I t$OUttioZL and It was by'States rejected-56 to dates arid it was considered more than E. P.. of any oral of the following negroes, great. work. On account< of ttt n:1t'loJULl-utiUty. 1 en'ycire1iept tor. -Sums- nteieinj4jy ffJ'i

ig \-3 Mlows: probable that they would not leave for Querc- who absconded sometime in May last from said 'The' navigation of,'the. ."O. ti 'a1urinr'is-1' j thousand. *0 II 4rs' '1.::h.: 'ete f.'l.t b..fdc1"- --- -. mayi d". 1 j J'f firl.. .
J f ja .
i arylIUIJ 1 South Carolina 0 Georgia information of the Intimate'connected>43th the pros-1 811'0118 0 JnaAJDg llU wattt' ,ch'e
taro before they received plantation, viz:- .iubjec,. BO Jla.rmen t.J"1n l'?
1 :...FJtfJ.ta: ; Alabama 9.' Arkansas, Tennessee treaty. '. Brassabout, 3,5 years old, 5 feet 8 inches pccts of this county,.that' the: .i Jury.feel. c L thewholeiunmlnt-t; 'b t'o 1e d ; f':' g

) t-J6. -- -- .- : '_ high stout, well made, weighing about 180 :..unwilling to pass It'oVcr in silen'ca.'l JU15 < .The6tock- will'bear'.jntcrest'in'all cases '. %
,", Q jVlt.inc 9, New Hampshire 6, Massa- FROM MEXICO. pounds. Big John, about 26 years .old 5 feet .that:ten th sand dollars have .been\appropria' from' the date'of site:1.J*** ;"f\

u1ettim: 12, Vermont, Rhode Island 4, Con- IMPORTANT 10 inches high, well made, weighs about 160 : ted by Congress'fOrth improirement f.t thenavjigationof I Tnve bids will be''q ea si'flTe'TreiisnrylDer"irtmeatal : % m!

?tc CUt 6 Sew J rscT7, New York -. Pcnn- THE TREATY RATIFIED. pounds ; also, his brothers March :about, 39 said river, 'and.that' th'p iMnthfii- 'p:1 :ttnt.r oii Batttffey' the.l7thof

7lft.26, Hel.ware 3, Maryland 6". irgiflSCaroljnal HERALD & TRIBUNE OFFICE, t years'old,-slender made, stammers f when spoken I r culties prevented its applicatiottj .that::said sum. 'June;184$ In The presence of'alt persSns. who ; Jl:

!; ortlt 'I, Misiippi 6t Louisiana Mobile, May 30, 11 A.1f to, 'and about 5 feet, 8 or 9 inches, high; still remains m'the:* Treasury. bf the United may desire:to nttnd'J.int-uhd: a 'proTM); ": .K"f

3 .etas 4, Tennee 12, Kentucky 11,Ohio 23, ARMY TO BE REMOVED, &c. Monday, about 23 years oldr about 5 feet 7 inches 'States1,' arid'drily requires:prer acti6n on .fat lntrodnceclfntetbcjactof( 31tOfMarti lasfT'K? 4 1 '
.;idLa 12, lIJinois, {U-1Iicbjg 5. Iowa 4, Mia- despatch from high,, and 'crippled in his Bright leg,andarin. part of our State Lcgislatbie f its proper application. bidder will bepermittedc! .to[irith4ra*;La.bid.; j :
.1Q111 nsin 4-216. We received this 111 r 1ing. rtant news from Also,, tom.'abVrat 1 1.9J'c .old,.5 feet 8 We therefore respectfully' 'call the On all bids not aecepted, thV'ambrat'dejfcisitin'adtance .

k1fheUhe tate North Carolina iras called, the Delta ofticc; ontainiflg! Edith imp h' inches, liigh,. wclljmade, 'pleasant looking and attention of our Legislature as wcll-ns-our Will jbe I nun cd.&OIoCJ .nrnea.'t 7Ji t* .

;; ;c said he was instructed, by the N. Mexico t the steamship ernOm spoken and weighs J[35 pcundsl Also, :Frank.aMout.SSyeafs ators and ,R Pt ntotmPinCWgress to the wh6Iejtr&uiumn 'the'ant2ar4 dnrit ; .S .

jL1JITTh? Htlegatjon to say, that they believed .tbi'Jmormng' nt' New 2h wt. .1l t Jf feet -'inch'cs'' liigbstmit; subject.Wtth' .the,kindest, fecling&we wouldrecommopdt .bedepositednrpari-6f the A 2'i, Sl .

h,!1"tsclutienl of the'committed to dover the en- Wtdstangfl cre reCCiV' .plto.the made, and surly looking. The, I'bOdcSibed, tbQ'urfeBpw-cituens of this county rcdin JuTynct-... .Jjh n. ." Ei
S: v'i [ the rr mh'e city otMeiic' all of black *. at ln ';dttt .'approach of this all i4 *-. .. f .. 'fc.J1CJi ? T '- t
Dh .T.T"" "-iui "1.".1'. .t..fal. 'L.- ;
ia' Bolderon thc l)rt of Congress, cither .The.. .Treaty'" : ul at.SIX'-and.a qUaTtCr.wa5 t: .-. ; ;: ".. : ,JUIIN'S.1\10NTMOLLIN.. "; .. rbmg, cl ifonv5jnVfirst-tmaerJhe cwstrtuN -; or '1'1: "1 .IJ' .0 .'...- r'.r". ._._. t!
l"th' ( "
stat 3.or Tcmtarics,aaa that therefore jJenntle8 on the A : rrJtilC.1Oth 18.11.7 _. 2( tj 'conslg '35StgJPK p. Xnr.t':29. t 1 .J.'fa ] ,
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eleven nays. ( f ,..-3f.. + ,., ., .,-. o' cl )" r.d_ ,:_'The-y. '. .., '" ,, : 1233 1* A vd *,>(* >(* *. ._) .i" ."I.S'r: < 3"i.. i... /. : .2 ; \... 't't- ; t .lJSEe0r a 3 z'l.a ;. .ct p. .1111. < 1
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( I b, Tax7 Collector's.Sale.. SOUTHERNERS'TO .*TOWNSEND'S. ;;,COMPOUND::EX'rB I reylnthna acbo1rJedimllt- -':1
.; : jtaehga A. M. REED SABSAPAKIULA.' I glt'to the ..;.&at.
be offered for tale 'public'outel'1, THE CITIZENS OF SOUTH CAROLINA public; : "I' :'I
...'" :' WILL front of tho Court House in the town HAS constantly on hand a well: assorted GEORGIA ALABAMA IMI8ISSIPPl. & This Extract is
,:' .f Ncwn&nsviHo ia said county on Monday the i ofGroceries TEN/ESSEEFLoRIDA] ,' six times cheaper,:pleaaisAer, and Aug. 1844. ,
'diy next withia thelegal hours Provisions, DryGoods perior: to any sold. It cures,diseases '1i RB.dND :
.4.1 '1 14th 'of August LOUISIANA, &cALLOW M.ABBLED LuJ',.
.: .f ale, sufficient portian of the undivided in- i &c. viz ME to call your attention to one of vomiting,purging,sickening or debilitating Eztnctof Saida: pa r 1lahaabetnbq"
. ; ttrest of the following named persons in and to Hardware Crockery, ; test and most '.useful medicines tient,and is J>8icularbadapted for a m reference to femit,
'. certain tract of land known as the Arredondo Superfine Flour, in bbls and U bbls ; ever discovered. It is not my intention to tax FALL AND WINTER who has reason to suppose eOmP ah
t ,ii Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereon Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; you with a long and tiresome Advertisement, The great beauty and superiority of this that crftial period "& *to e/f>'
for the State and county, for the year 1847. : Hams, Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; but I lay before you the testimony of the most saparilla over all other remedies is., it neglect to take> .. it is a 5Bftii| ,
ca. ., .' and all cost and charges for the advertising andf I Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; respectable families in the United States, most dicates. disease, it invigorates the for any of the nume ions tadiirlP1*
1.. -f.., gale thereof, to wit: : Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, of my certificates are from the city of Savannah, body, consumption cured, to which females are anfcw'IJ* *'
s'i The,undivided interest or portion of Blood- Irish Potatoes; where I reside, and many from your own State, cleanse and strengthen, of life. This period may be dale Hi *'
I ;, .. .'4. Rood and Thos. Tilleston. If Sperm Oil, Candles; where the Medicine is used with great and astonishing consumption can be cured, years bylSlbg this medicine. *5tJ
..t. The interest of Charles A. Jams Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; success; it has proved itself to be superior bronochitis, consumption, liner : for those who ate! .pp ,,;.lt':''
.,, The interest of Noah Jarvis : Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; to any other Medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spit- as it is calculated to ;& :: ; '
\ .'. 'The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised Fever and Ague, which it will do in the very jting of blood,soreness in the chest, the blood and invi htrU1Zl14
1:, ,'" The interest of Alexander Muir. Sugar; short space of Twelve Hours, it has never been hectic flush, night sweats,diffi Indeed,this medicine is inTa1uab
The interest of Mordecai Myers. Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to fail to effect a certain cure. The cult or profuse expec- diseases to which,women :are 1U ject .
r .. The'interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the ; Medicine is a harmless and a tasteless one, toration and painin the whole system ,
,I. ';., years 1846 and '4 7. London Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine which will'make it the most popular Medicinein the side, &c. the. natural energies-by
"- :, The interest of Ichabod Prall. ; the Southern States. The Medicine contains have and of the body-not eo far stiaSK his
a'\ The interest of Aaron Peck, for th.. years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. no mineral preparation whatever, but is a can be as to produce a subsequent1*
: 1846 aad'47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters, cured. is the case of most medicintita_
: 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 weakness and disease
;..' '1-. The interest of John N. Sayer. Ribbons; cures all cases in twelve hours, and does not been so successful in desperate cases of OF THE HEART'
.. '. The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and unbleach'd; require any time to be lost j all that is to be tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens TUBE AND DROPSY! BOP,..,,
,. ; The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; done is to take the Medicine, and to go to work. system and appears to heal the, ulcers NEW YOKEJuly 221''J84t
'* <.. .' WI"eZLrS1846 and '47. Cambrics, Jaconet Swiss,and cross bar Muslins To the Rice Planter it is a valuable l\IedlClnei lungs, and the patients gradually regain TOWNSEKD-Dear Sir: My 1rit
0. ,'t The Interest of Wm.Thorn,for the yean 1840 Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does not contain any mercurial usual health and strength. with a disease or the II ,.:lia
rr".: .f'. .*. and'4"- Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; preparation whatever, and therefore, a safe CURIOUS CASE' OF a terrible rupture for over fifteen 1J
'J The interest of John K. Townsend.. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine for those who are liable to exposure.I There is scarcely a day passes but there part of the tim Ste'Li.Jb
., ; ".t The interest of Israel Foote. &0., &o, &c. beg yon, do not let me have to tax you so a number of cases of Consumption' with shortness breath taj '
I' The interest of Jesse Delano. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel often with advertlsements'certlficat &0. It cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's of the heart, which has beenv great auI-
t... !': .:i' The interest of Barnabas Oaburn, for the and whale bone frames;; has already proved itself to be what I say it is) The following was recently received: and has frequently been unable f,
: "- "'-' years 1846 and '47. Hardware fy Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof is. every body-is recom-' DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: For the ,her bed. The rupture was ,. t'
:-'... ...., The interest of John Rodman, for the years Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, mending it to be the only certain and speedycure three years I have been afflicted :with She tried almost every TtI1 reined '
.t, '.i.. 4 1846 and '47 Tea Trays; for the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the with but little benefit. Whey f,
,'. ,!.y The interest Thomas Dexter, as marked on Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; doU to ask your neighbor what he thinks of. stage,and did not expect to ever gain my but three bottles of youreVedw Abe
the map of said Grant, owner not known for Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Ket- Humphreys'? Remedy.for Fever and'Ague, and at all., After going through a course of she was entirely relieved oftied&sS:
the years 1846 and '47. tles, &C., &0.; of course, to be convinced, you will try* it, at cine under the care of some of the most heartland the rupture has'
4: The interest of, Henry Dudley, for the years. A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof guished regular physicians and members disappeared. Od'I.-r.."
w", 1'40 aud'47. Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. South Carolina, who will either call on Doct. Board of Health in New York and has also had the dropsy, and %
,0", ... THOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots # Shoes-Men's,Women's" and Children's P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S..C., or myself,'in and spending the most of my earnings swollen. We had no idea. that she ai 'uf
;. ;. and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds. the city of Savannah, and either of us will give' tempting: to regain my health, and after benefited, as she had such a compli COU1ft!
.. ", for Alachua county. A variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I s. But it ha,as strange itaij fi0I'
:. February 19, 1848_ 6m_ &o.Jacksonville. ten out the twelve, we will refund the amount ved to try it. After using six bottles I relieved her of the dropsy. laming'
$ .", In Circuit Court, ,April 15,1848. ly. paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great good, and called to see statement is so strange as to appei.r
.: :.. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I have directed. your office ; with your advice I kept on, like fiction, but it iSarsaparilla, nevertheless,robes
:_ r. COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. WAREHOUSE OF Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank yon for your advice. I Your is certainly a nW'
.; Anna Morley, ) PRINTS ONLY.No. summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have medicine, and should be used by trot
:.' Bill for Divorce. lands are underwater,which will cause a great able to attend to my usual labors for the is suffering as we have been. If an '
..--. John vs.Morley. ) deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months, and I hope by the blessings of this account, they are at liberty ,
: 56 Cedar Street, New York.
4.. I\,? appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue my my house and have ocular demonslratL.' I
'p'..' IT by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto It helped me beyond the expectations of all respectfully, I
t '.:' above entitled cause resides out of the State of JLmm, JJUJJD) @N JLiUm] 9 either of my Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 JamQ4.
'..f,', Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2,1847. -
,"', :""...: Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE- AGUE. State o/New Jersey, Essex County, .- DYSPEPSY.
: ";:i' by James W. Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLE The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to fluid or medidine has ever been discos
"'I ;; : 'itu Ordered, That said Defendant appear of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale named gentlemen, who are the only agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing so nearly resembles the gastricMf
? )':. and' answer the Bill of Complaint of said Como of the Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit true,according the best of his knowledge in decomposing food and strengths
;;:.' ; plainant within four months, or the same will will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS. of digestion d
i' be taken as confessed against him. PRINTED CALICOES. Country merchants will make a handsome pro Sworn and subscribed to before me at Ora parilla. It positively cures every can if
j /rtt := ',It,ts farther Ordered, That a copy of this Or- Their present Stock consists of nearly fit by selling this medicine. liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS however severe or chronic. I
\ a ;. .:. :,' derduly certified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &c.,by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. K DEPARTMENT, ALBANY, May 10. l&tt 1
'., published in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., TOWNSEXP-Sir: I have been'ifficttd!
t I the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week con- patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. >ral years with dispepsia in its'Vont
j" i ecutively for four months. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &&, Very few families indeed-in fact.we attended with sourness of stomach' kit
; :r.; THO. DOUGLAS Judge. DOMESTIC.All SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. extreme heartburn, and 'a.ptit
r". .L, OSCAR HART; Clerk of said Court, do of which are offered for sale for cash or Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the on to all kind of food, and forwetli
: ,t" hereby.certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at theLOWEdTPRIC'ES, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened ( I could eat) 1 Lsve been unable to rttiua
',' Order made and entered of record in said entitled by VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is small portion on my stomach. I tried tl,
i '' o cause in said Court, on the 2Sth day of thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New OOUTHERNERS-The following is from my clusive evidence of its value, and is only remedies, but they had but little or'jt

.: March, A. D. 1848. Styles are received almost every day, O Agent, Afar. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- er instance of its saving the lives of in removing the complaint. I WM indue1-4
.' IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set and many of them are got up for our own sales ville, S. C. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two ,I two months since, to try your Eztraet'
.'. [r.. *-! my hand, and affix, die seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the .' }}.' .' and 1 musty with little con
Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. fjp Printed lists of prices corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.:C. complaint and dysentery ;'. one was only ; but after using nearly two botl( Ll'
: 4m Watts in favor of Remedy for Fever.and months old and the other 3 appetite restored and the '
1,1848. day to day, with every variation in the market, your years They my heartburn'
f'! "" 0 -----' > NOTICE. are placed in the hands of buyers. Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testi- very much reduced,and we expected they .)" removed, and I would earnestly
having an interest in the manage- Merchants will be able to form some idea of mony is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up by two ) the use of it to those who han.bets
: ,'' .. PERSONS direction of the administration the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe Yours respectfully, physicians., When the doctor informed us as 1 have been. Yours, &c,: .
'' the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued state, that the value of our' usual stock of THOS. J. S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved to try t&k"4 W. W. VAN ZANLT;
(,' ';' r out upon before the lIon.Judge of Probate for Columbia this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but B. Purchase none but such as have wrij.
.,, :.;. county, Florida, will please take notice that the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr., little confidence, there being so much hide the! bottle completely and bin
Dear Sir-This is to certify that 1 have used vertised that, is worthless but of S.P.
.t f .' ',- I the'subscriber, administrator upon such estate our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together : we are ( signature TOWSSEXD.
1 under the provisions of an act of the Legisla- with the fact that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly J Offic .' 126 Fulton-st.SunBuildmg,
!. :... ture of Florida, entitled; An act to provide for attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives .of both. I write this that others Redding & co. 8 State-st. Boston; Djon
=. ., the re-establishment of the Records for the variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Yours, re f. 132; North Second-st. Philadelphia'S
"; county of Columbia, and for other purposes," will render the advantages which we can offer' to my daughter according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON, Jr. druggist, Baltimore: Durol &'?.
.' ;, ;.:: approved January 6th, 1847, will avail himself to dealers perfectly obvious ;"and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. ; P. M. Cohen, Charleston Wrijli
: of the privileges therein specified, for the purpose our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the course of thirty-sir hours, and her present LUNATIC AYSL UAL 151 ( hartres-st. New Orleans: 105Ebatb<
';t'i"."' of instituting copies in substance of all pa- meet with any disappointment.Our state of. health'indicates a certain cure. James Cummings, Esq. one of the Albany; 1:. Van Buckirk. 292 'eor.:bt
F ;, pers belonging to the aforesaid administration. assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwcll's Island and Dnm -sts. Newark. N. J. dl1. .
Can be found now on file in the Clerk's office of the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 14th, 1847.AGENTS. gentleman spoken of in the following letter Drnggists and Merchants gevirtilj
I .' t':' ,. .J' said county papers and instruments writing S.-B.F. LEE, formerly,of the firm of RHEUMATISM the United State West Indiesud
t ......; purporting to be substantial copies or counterparts Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original .-P.M.; Cohen & Co., Charleston' This is only one of more than four A. M. REED, AgentJacksonville
.i ... .! of administrator's bond, letters of administration firm o/Lee & Brewster, from which con S. C. ; T.J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ;1W. A' cases' of rheumatism that Dr..Townscnd's Florid
J ,",M, and inventory and appraisement, &c.' nection he withdrew some time ago has resum- Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co., saparilla has cured-The most severe 2j, 18 i8. ly "r..*., ,
:. IThich were destroyed by fire on the first day ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its
,t. .. of November, 184G.-: This notice given better Judson, and assures his friends that the new Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin Ga.; P. A.Mouse, traordinary virtues : \ tS & CO>
i .. ,. ", to enable the administrator to enforce his ap- concern shall have the same pre-eminence in LaGrange, Ga: ; Winter & Epping, Columbus, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept.14, ,.
} plication before the proper tribunal for a discharge this branch of trade, which formerly distin Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I have HOLMES & CO., have remoldtheir !
.;', .,":'1' upon final settlement. guished the other two houses to whieh he be Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. terribly for nine years with the stock of Merchandize: to the lap
;' SHUBAL BURNS. longed. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, formerly occupied by the United States,
....: By JAS. S. JONES Agent. Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R. or work; I had the most distressing pains, as the Government Building. TifJ
I .. .;": .. Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. 3m INVALUABLE Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. I have to their stock, by the late arritii
1W. ... ville., Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.. ; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they York a full assortment of Dry Goofy
,. ''. Duval militia Claimants. FAMILY COMPANION.SIX Prescott & Co., Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars Hardware, Provisions, &c, &e,
\ ','. i THE non-commissioned officers and privates Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders, Macon ; P.Marti Savannah ; Cunningham of good-I am so much better. Indeed I they are prepared to sell at rednetd
.1 : Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J. H. &W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to
1 :;'. primesFloridaMountedMilitiaforservice in the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 Macon; 1\!. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. this for the benefit of the afflicted.. are now prepared to purchase Cotte-,
.e, .< years 1838-9,who have not yet signed the necessary engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges, Sandersville ; n.T. Floyd, Micanopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES \ and other produce of the country, at tl.
papers,relating to their claimSjin the hands Mail to any part-postage 9% cts. Florida ; F. A.Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida ; NOT Market rates, and make cash advanca
f i"'f'.:':' the undersignedare requested to do so with out Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. COULD WALK.That to their friends in Sava&sd
Dr. Townsend's is the
;:. .. delay. The papers to be signed are left with Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling For sale wholesale and retail by Sarsaparilla or New York.
0 CoL Pons, at the Post Office, or may be signed Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Ab- F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. ry best remedy for female complaints have a new article of Wrought Ir.
&t office. GREGORY YALE dominal A liberal discount the dozen. no disputing; thousands and thousands
; my Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10 for'all by -to which they would respectfully eaU!
Agent Duval and October 8th weak and debilitated females that were
: companies. Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels Womb, 1847.TYPE of Planters.
: Jacksonville, March 4, 1948. tf and Weak Back and Chest sent by trated by those diseases to which females
t, ..... i everywhere. For Braces ; express FOUNDRY, subject were soon in the enjoyment of Nov., 1846. tf
or Supporters
4, Pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. Rupture Supporters, give height from head, or to 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. health. FORWARD & ALDRICH
?4 MIXED PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, foot, and circumference of person next the sur- T.subscribers have taken the Type Foundry New YORK, Sept. 23, ,
'p *N.; Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, face,just above the hips. If Rupture mention and will continue the business lately DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans Preserved which side. Agents wanted for the sale, of the conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto the last year been very sick, and in a practice in the several Courts of 1&*
Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Co. above, goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH 707 all orders they may receive with punctualityand reduced state of health being reduced in the Eastern Circuit of-Florida.::'
coa Paste, Chocolate, Macaroni Vermicelli, Broadway,'New York, postpaid. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by variety of complaints such as females are A. FORWARD, St. Augustine.
-_- Yeast" Powders, Soda and Seidlitz do. April 1, 1848. ly them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnish: to ; she got so bad at length that she was ALDRICH, NewDansvi11e.rf _
; For sale by A. M. REED all kinds of Printers'Materials, of the best qual- ly unable to'walk, and was as helpless as a ;
""" April 1848.TORBURWS. Fifty Dollars Reward, ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in she 'commenced using your Sarsaparilla, WM. F. CRABTREE,

b GARDEN SEEDS- WILL BE GIVEN ,BY THE superintending the'ma n factu ing department.Proprietors .: she immediately began to regain her AND COUNSELLOR AT.LAWVj
A. M. REED. undersigned for the apprehension of newspapers,who have not advertised her complaints left her, and after taking Jacksonville, Ffa\\\\
April,15,1848. K and safe ,delivery into the i. for the subscribers, who may. publish ral bottles she is restored. Being a attend to any business'entrusted to H>
Duval County Jail, of the following _?. this notice for three months, will be entitled to case I thought it might do good to publish in any of the Courts in the Eastern(&.
To the Clerks of the Circuit Court negroes, to wit: Venis, a woman Hanmbald. receive pay in'type on purchasing five times She use'd'a number of remedies that done Florida.
a 4'' the amount of their:bill for advertising.Old no good previously. Yours, respectfully
AND THE SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL a boy, Georgians a girl, and what chil ,
COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT dren the above named Venis might have borned Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts. JOHN MULLEN, 87 LIVINGSTOflj
.- .. OF FLORIDA since she has been absent, supposed to be two per Ibtl ;.....- .. ATTORNEY AT LARD, .1,
,T AM now having a large number Blanks or three, and Ellick,An old African man. The Type with which the "NEWS". is, TO' THE LADIES. Jacksonville, .FI" .
,r J printed for my office, and knowing the diffi- The above fugitive slaves have been absent printed, was cast at this establishment.' GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. practice' in all the Courts of the East i 1,
{ J, cullies with which you cannot but meet ins get for nearly four years. JOHN .M. PONS WHITING & TAYLOR,. i- ;DR.TOWNS iND's'SARSAPAIULLA is a' : ,
e ting: Supplied with Blanks properly printed I ,Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848. 6Q1' Successors to Robert'Taylor and speedycure'for''incipient consumption;
t ,terp: offer ;you, my services iu arranging the February, 19, 1848., 3m for the'general prostration'.of the system C. 'GILLETT" ;

-1 form of any Blanks for all who may desire to CLARK & LAWSON, NOTICE,: ,. matter whether the result of inherent. AND COUNSELLOR AT; LJ"i
a ,.; supply themselves.. "They are printed at the F ACTon AND GENERAL COMMISSIOM' MERCHANTS S MONTHS! after date, I shall" present my or ? !ei','J.produced? by irregularity. f of Deeds of the state H tffice of The News, with neatness, and taste.which' Savannah accounts and vouchers .accident. ,irithin and
Georgia, tender their servi.. as Administratrix:pf ; for the State of Floridtl
; I have never hitherto seen equalled, and ces to planters and others, and solicit consitrn- the Estate of Henry.Barnard,Jr., late of Duval Nothing! can be more surprising than,its JACKSONVILLE, Fah..,.
:.: ,, at a rate which is at once reasonable and liberI ments cotton and vigorating'effects on the human frame.
on all other kinds of county deceased to the Hon.Judge of Probateof
I do not mean'by this, that they will beprinted produce. They are agents for the celebrated country 'said county for a final settlement of ;said sons all weakness'and lassitude\ from .CHARLES P. COOPER,.;; f-
.; on the credit system. On the contra Etowan Mills of Cass Estate and shall at the; at once become robust and full of energy,
t ;;zst county, from whom they same time, apply for AND COUNSELLOR, AT. 1X1
., 4Yw .iy,},am expressly instructed that this, though' are weekly supplied with* Flour, fresh ground, Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix, of its influence. It immediately counteracts practice in the several Courts of Thal_
ancientl esteemed female frame'which is
nervelesshess the
a part ofithe Common Law and of ,
a y equal to. Northern
: flour. They also keep which all persons interested.insaid Estate, are of Florida. '.-.;,
; ;c 4.un f Printing Offices has been of barrenness.It .
superseded on hand great cause
by constantly desired to take'notice.. .
: osnaburgs and 2.6 1841.
.E F.
> statute ( it. yarn, of in cases ,Nov. ::!
;. } 'special interdicting The forms for from the Eatonton, Cartright Planter .1IENRIETTABARNARD: Adm'x.. will not expected ust
'_ "" r JtheClerks shall be of the. best style; simple Cedar,,Shoal manufactories, which, they sell, and at Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. .6m, delicate} iCnature, to' exhibit' certificates of CHARGES H. ::PELOT,.\t t:
f Beat and and those for the performed but .we'can assure the afflicted
t .' wy, {. : proper; Sheriff the manufacturing prices. '' I '\ ]
...:, I whenever copies are required to be served I March 11 1848. ", NOTICE" hundreds cases have been reported:to,us. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAS
k I.;ell?,arrange: as to save much time and pains 3m SIX WEEKS,after,date,' I shall apply to'thf 1 DR..TOWNBEND :; My.wife being greatly: ; Little :'Kiver..Florida. *[
P. .,(filling up bywriting.! OSCAR HART. H on.-the Judge of Probates fort a county tressed bY;1Veakness and, general: ,debility, practice ,in.tfie, severa.lCoarla, "of1,!.
",tin Jacksonville, April.l9-, 1848. tf WM. S. LAWTON, of.Alachua, for Letters of Admitiistratlon"onthe suffering continually, by I pain andWith; .Circuit of Florida j'business enw, *
fl', J FACTOR AND COMMISSION: :MERCHANT estate of the:late Robert G. Livingston, deceased difficulties'and' having known where: : caTe-:will meet with prompt$ten
'" .u ", Executor's No lice'. ? ., JAMES'. A.:PEDEN: medicineihas: effectedrgreat.;cures; and U-
: Charleston "
-. QIX MONTHS after date, I shall apply to the S.' C. May 20th,'1848.. 'Gw. {' hearing it recommended for such cases: as I ,JOSEPH.. Ends,' ,."t
C7"J, :: BWKRKCCBS G.Jaudon, Esq .-..... ; Z,1
"' ttl Judge<>f Probate of Duval county,. for a near JackBonvffle J. JIf h. described, 'I obtained a.*bottle? of, your established kitaself atPAW '
;l lv ; final discharge from my Executorshipof the Furman>"E.F.j; 'Gor.c.:;: McDonald' ',,Ga. ;"C!,M. ONGRESS' BOOTS,' Gents, Patent Leather "of Sarsaparilla.,and/ ."rd'the direct ions COMMISSION r"'MER '
.. ": Estate of James B. Roberts, deceased. Elmor&,Charleston Esq, Cbarlestol 8': Ci Hoa'' P. B. \J Gaiters, da fine Calf MorocccRBooti' :: I fgv*meu Inn short jiseriod j\removed.her. : io'any-bniinew".eattwt****",
: r May 6th, 1549. WM. B. ROSS, Zx'!'. >> S. C. For sale by 'A.. M. REED plaints and restored her to health. 'B despatch i v*
;Y1:. February, 1148 ly I April 13, 1848. giateful for the benefit she rwiived, I 19, 1847 *

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