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 17, 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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it" 'c'S uoueJ_.'n ile! ,every ill tbe Counijof SATURDAY Duval MORNING, and Stele T HE N"g1..t: 'S : wIlbin' relumed the year oh ehdHgiao ILobotfj iity. : ...

first December next
tiAZZARD. r. preceding theday '
r-1.'C._T'HRKC GILLETT DOLLARS Jt A.per 8.annum if paid in eetioriVs:" subject to a ol: that'ex .: s.V

1' DOLLARS if at the end ofthe Y1'8r..aiT.dn .. ,- ,. (except 'persons nocompos *, vagnntai i

ll.iseU1euta FoVfl will be mserted on the tallow..lfltrr.JIar _- _______________________________________ ______ V ; V.-V V paupers,or persons wLo shall have bveicoyj. 1:
: ted of any infamous crime,) and woo shallk ve : .

per square, twelve lines arid under, OUR COUNTRY.SATURDAY V f V-" paid the s hool-tt. and all taxes:on personal '3

fi rst il1setlion. and 75 eenis for each subse11 > property <1 frm ,shall be entitled to'votofor : 'P.

i W *" mon. Toyeerly advertisers a liberal di- Mayor, members of,the Board of Aldermea ;i :i 1

J -nl be 11I3JC. all lO\N of Common ,Council, and.assessors! $
in- VOL. "
t f ,.All 1jvertiSe11" must customer.be paid for By before referring x.] JACKSOIVILLE, MOltlVIIVC, JUNE' 17, 1848. [NO. 36. and every officer autore lo be elected V i S,
> b a
k ," the requisite sum may be ascertained, at any election under the act.or acts \ .

..artenn.i'nsrniued with the advertisement. AMENDMENT TO THE BY AU P HOIt1TY. first Monday of May next succeeding-tho first to whic this is amendatory or supplementary: "te'ProI
lUC numbet Contlilution of That if the
1I"l marktHUl.' the Mlntc of Florida. election of assessors under this act the during year ending ou ; :
.sJ'AdVl'rI.iSo"'lIenti said
:: ,will becoiiiiuued until forbid Proposed and agreed to by the third General Asftmbiy board, or a majority of the members, thereof- I, the thirt.-fnt day ofDceembernext preceding ., '

1t1lseitit'ns rr for. ; subject. the action of the next General Act and Rettolation passed' at the First shall meet in the City Hall and,in the I the o fn election after the passage of r
for all
Jiftlaien presenceof
pS will be charged announce0 of the Thirtieth Cougreis. this act no have been
doU2\rs persons returned
-Fi: jve Mayor and Register, shall draw by lot sal 1$
for olbee. -
on the books of the
oruoJiJates for 811 Months ': : i10 00 ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th [PUBLlC-Xo.30.1 the names of three members thereof, if the ton school-tax then sd corporation who B subject ,. 1 :

square Dr-htors and Creditors, : : 10 00MI4iCJtOD Article of the Constitution of this State, so AN ACT to continue alter and amend the number wards be seven or if the numberof been ron shall have : i f:
the books of the said '
to on
!;Gtice for Letters Adniinistration 5 Oil that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall charter of the city oCWashmgton.Be wards exceed seven, the names of one half rturnc corporation :'}
to school-tax .
notices will be inserted t:atui.ui1 hold their offices for a term of it as near as may be, ofthe members of said subject a before the day ,
religiou eight nacted board
z: 'AU years. by the Senate and House of Representatives the members ; of the sit first election, and who shall in all _-.
instead of during good behavior. and whose names shall be thus
of the United States America in
communications will of other be under
qualified this
Alltdm'ssll''>le personal SECTION 1. Be it drawn shall thereupon cease to bo members respects act to
enacted lnj tin and Congress assetnlled That the ace fifteenth of f
(Jj advertisements.k' ofIay vote, and who shall hare paid the said school- =
said $
I r J u be the House of Representatives of the State of Florida hundred and board; and at the next general election a
k' bills for Job l'rinllI1S' tnust I11' on eighteen twenty, entitled, "An tax and all taxes due on personal
: All in General Assembly convened That the 12th member shall be elected to serve for two shah property, I'':
.,1 the work.c' act to incorporate the inhabitants of the city of years, I be entitled to rote nt the said first elec J
oJ lier1 must be addressed toiILLET1 Clause of the 5th Article Constitution in'.each of the wards in which tht members 11'I
Ojt An rominunirai-nw of the of Washington, and to repeal all acts heretofore so tion after the passage of this Anti if t

It IhZlA1tD. potnge jvzjii.McauI.Fnckct. this State be so amended as to .read as follows, passed for that purpose," and the act of May drawn shall have been elected ; and at every I. person shall buy or sell a vote act, or.shall voto any ;'1 l

viz : That at the expiration of the present term twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and twenty- regular annual election thereafter in such'wards : more than once at
nny corporation election '
\V kl-I1 J. Line of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts four, entitled "Ail act supplementary to 'An asthe, time of the assessors is about to expire, : held in :

with the exception hereinafter mentioned, the act to incorporate the inhabitants of the city of an assessor' shall be elected to serve for two any purunnceofawcrshalgvcorr va :
; '
..R.Q. Justices of the, Supreme Court, and the Judges Washington,' passed the fifteenth ofMnyrone r asara* 2\o jicrsou holding anyotherofficeun- any other thing of value, or shall cfo .
1 .a of the Circuit Courts shall be elected for a. term thousand eight hundred and twenty, and for tier the corporation shall be elected to or hold I I ValUableCoasiieratiooryotoincousidx.ittof J")

A TKA FLA. of eight and shall hold their offices for the office of assessor. In the event of the death, such '
SAVANNAH & PAL years other purposcs, and the act or acts supplemental promise he shall be ; '
BY THE WAY OF that term, unless sooner removed under the pro or additional to said acts which were in resignation, inability, or refusal to serve, of thereafter from voting ad disuafie turner o .

IUUNSW1CK, ST. MARYS, GEO.; visions made in this nstitution, for the removal force on the fourteenth day of May, eighteen any person elected an assessor, the vacancy shall under said corporation; on any complaint c : t
Be filled ;
tjjIEN1 UCK80XrJLLE, BLACK CHEEK .A NDJJCOLAT.t Judges by address or impeachment; and hundred and forty, or which may. at the pas immediately by the Board of Aldermen thereof to the Attorney of nne for :. .: .
: and Board of Common
FLO in PA.JB for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonablecause sing of this act, bo in force, be and the same I Council injoint meeting, the District of Columbia, it shall be duty of :

connection, witli the Charleston Daily I illBte:1JD"pltK'tsat which shall not be sufficient ground for are hereby continued in furee for the term of in which manner all vacancies in the board of assessors said Attorney to proceed against offender '.i
shall be filled Prol"idedThat until the suc
Savannah,the steamer fcAl.AH : impeachment, the Governor shall remove any twenty years from the date hereof, or until : assessors or *, by indictment and ;

from P.\lltk\ Lake Monroe, the of them, on the address of two-thirds of tho Congress shall by law determine otherwise, authorized to be elected by this act, shall criminal cases ; and, found guilty, a it ote d 1
have been elected '
SP.\LlIISG and
from Pirolata to St. Augmiizi Central Assembly ; Proi. led, however, That the with the alterations, additions explanations.. duly qualified to enter the duty of the court to sentence him to pay a j
Mail StageS their duties t.
r.s. from Black Creek, "iL Xewnans\'i11c, cause or causes shall be stated length in such i. and amendments following, that is to say : upon full power and authority arc fine of not less than ten dollars and to impri
&ni hereby given to the said to t
address and entered the Journals of each corporation provide
llll Columbus to on sonment not more than two months .
less \
1lijt':1tor... liner.ll l'rillgS House. And That the SEC. 2. And be it furt1 r enacted, That the said (VT the temporary appointment of assessors to nor V cl :
jvotided, further, cause : than tcnays.
corporation shall have full pOWer and 4 t.
hasoee.OC.Ult'LGEE. authority perform the duties of the to
Tall required
shall be notified to the intended assessors
e.lpt. P. lcXLT\ or causes to be removed and he shall Judge be admitted so to- to lay and collect a tax of not exceeding three- be elected under this act. The board of assessors SEC. 6. And be further enacted, That incase i

MATTHEWS, X KWM.GASTOK. r.. in his defence before fourths of one per centum per annum upon the shall assess and value, and make return of of the refusal of.any person to accept the office .'Jf
1IEuA1tb. a hearing own any assessed value of all stocks which be of Mayor upon his election thereto or of his'death
for such removal shall : and in such cases may owned : all and every species property by law taxable r.
Tiies" leave Savannah every TuEt.vitii pass and possessed by whatever in resignation inability or removal from
packets the vote shall be taken and and any person at such times, and under such regulations, asthe ;
r.Ti'iuAV MORMMJ, ut 10 o'clock. and arrive entered the Journals of by each yeas House nays any banking, insurance, or other incorporatedor said corporation shall prescribe, and shall the city, the Board Aldermen and Board of j 1f;

at 1'kolata in time fur t h., Mail btage* to go 1 on repcctively. unincorporated company in the city of Washington make return of all persons subject to a school- I Common Council shall assemble in joint meet. :. \

through to Ausu-tiuc before night every Sc.2. Be further enacted That the Jm1l'sfirst ; and to compel all such banking; insurance tax, in the said city, under such regulations as lug and elect another in hw place, to serve for .l ..111

YhuriJ)' awl :M"nd.iy. under this amended, Constitution or other incorporated or unincorporated the said corporation shall prescribe; and if the the remainder of the term, or during such disability \2

Returning., leave Palatka every TCF T Y and shall appointed be divided lot into four classes. TLefint company, to furnish, when so required to do, said assessors', or either of them shall refuse- ; but in case temporary absence front 3 4.1/;'

FniDiV .Mt'iMv;.' at 7 o'clock' touching as above class shall hold by his their office offices within ten days thereafter, a full and complete I wilfully neglect to assess and ;value and make the city, or of sickness, the Mayor may, in wri V; .

M-h wmy.Ther, for the term of two or, the second or for the list of the names of the stockholders in such I return of all and every species of property by ting, depute the President of the Board of Aldermen ( }1

1'( all low pnssiirc 1ott. in complete term of four the years third for the term of six company, and the amount of stock owned by law taxable, which may be known to them, or to act Mayor during such temporary It : .

; b r1er. nntl liandM.niely 1 urILi-h'Il in every res- the fourth years for the term of : each: under a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars either of them, or come to their knowledge, or absence or sickness. V ." i

ptct; arc ClluuJImtl.l by gentlemen tit' well years 1'assed the Senate the Constitutional eight years. ., for each and every week such company shall shall refuse or wilfully neglect to make return- SEC. 7. And be further enacted, That so mucli fa"'
by majority.
known expfrieiioe on the route, ami their pat- December 'J2, l>:-7.! Passed the Houseof neglect or refuse or fail to furnish the same.- of any person subject to a school-tax, they, or of the tenth section of the act incorporatingth i;
a-un-l that every attention will beuitotuef.ilViy | And in default of payment of the taxes due on the shall inhabitants ofthe
runs nrc the Constitutional one so offending, be subject to a fine city of Washington,approved '. !;
Representatives by ma-
!( and l'Jllllilrt! of passengers, said block by the banking, insurance, or other not exceeding one hundred dollars tur each offence May the fifteenth, eighteen hundred and twenty :" '
ind to tie oarefiil handling of f night.fcwi January 2U IblS/'i.; IblS.JApril Cm V company, or by the holder or holders of the at the discretion of the circuit court of as is in the following words viz : ",That t.." :;t

-\1ir.\1-; : ---. stock, the said corporation shall have full power the District Columbia for the county of Washington real property, whether improved or unimproved .
V f ui-i'or; Savannah. 1 11EAT IIEDUCTION IN TIlE PRiCE OF and authority to sell the
A.A.I>cI.<"-in". Iarien.CI. '.2J HuuiphreyTs cclebrahtlteJUc y fur the i shares thereof as shall be sufficient to pay the. holding any office under the corporation; and or more years' taxes shall have remained duo _

.Fr"llaiid.-r< !: Brunswiek.J Fever and \guc-fl'om Two Dollars to One.- taxes due thereon, and costs of collection, as the Board of Aldermen and Board of Common and unpaid, or on which any special tax impos1iJ:

lte cnl.: St. Marys.Ffluuvlez The following gentlemen ra-e my authorized provided in the case of personal property. The Council may, by joint resolution, remove any ed by virtue of authority of the .1

& 15M.ee. Jacksonville.A. Agents, and have the genuine for sale.irde'rs said corporation shall also have power to lay assessor from office for any misconduct in of- this act, shall have remained unpaid for two or ".'

A. r, : Black Creek.: I from any part 'f the United States, and collect a tax net exceeding three-fourths fice. V V more years after the same shall have becomGotJt 1

Gw.iV"Vv, IMeolata. will meet wilh prompt attention. Address post of one per centum per annum on the assessed due, or so much thereof, not less than lots : 4.'

K.U.llrt-1. Pal.it ka. pd.l.)1. 11 U.MP!KEYS., J r.,' value of all bonds and mortgages, fctocks of all Sec..t. And be it further enacted, That the (when the property on which the tax has accrued (.

I.Lafitte & "V; (1mtdcst"n. Savannah, Ga. kinds, and all public and private securities and register collector, and surveyor of the said city is not less than that quantity,) as maybe 't"

X.B.-Good*'coiiMgnod tl' the Agents f. rvrJl AGENTS-Messrs. Marion & Brother* Baltimore on every description property within the said shall severally be elected on the first:Monday in necessary to pay any such taxes with all legal ...or

freeofeunimif-ion. Freight from Sagunnali M.irylMid Dr P )l Cohen. Charlt'stouollth eity, or which may; be owned or held by the inhabitants June next, and on the same day in every second costs and charges arising thereon, may be sold : 1J
; thereafter, at the time and
and all freight ; thereof the year same at sale
arid CharleMinij way except wearing appareland public to satisfy the corporation there
: Carolina T C Kisley Hamburg, S. C. It ? '
the and the
tools and used place, in same manner, by persons for" be and ..
in the
payable by shippers.September necessary implements same is hereby amended so U .
S Bailey haurenwille, S. C.; T J S Farr, Gra- qualified to vote for Mayor and members of the -,
17. Ibl7. tf carryiug on the trade or occupation, of any per to read as follows viz: That real property .
': ri:
hamvillel C.
--- S. S.; ii il JJytherv.ood, Beaufort, S ; Board of Aldermen and Board of Common
son ; and to compel persons to furnish, when required whether improved unimproved in thp city of .
CIRCUIT COOKT.EUTEE.N It T Patick, Salem. 'l\:nll.: J S W tlker. Madison Council : Provided, That, if said first Monday t
& by the assessors, a full and correct list Washington, on which one or more years' taxes 6'
CIRCUIT <>F J-'t.OItIJH-Cot.l OF Ga. W K Kitchen Augusta (ia. Shotwcll shall the V
; I in June next regular day for the .
of all taxable held them shall have become due
property by lay by unpaid ;
IN II & W S Ellis Macon ,
ST. JOHNS: CnvtccuY. Gilbert, Macon Ga.; J election of of the said city then the next
The Southern Life i litmraiice 1 Ga.; Lightfoot t.& Flanders, Macon, Ga.;; DorseyI and to punish with suitable fines and penalties election thereafter mayor of register,, collector, and :I on which any special tax, imposed by"virtue o( .: ii"ti,
refusing or omitting to furnish such authority of the provisions of this act shall havo :
& Trust Cumpaj j & Knott Griffin. Ga ttolomou Goo' all Atlanta persons i
shall take the in the
; place on same day I
I lists. The said shall have to surveyor, become due and remain 8.0'
corporation much
power unpaid; or 'If i
Arthur 31. I Bill to Foreclose Ga. William l Marietta, (. Cunningham ;
to { and then the in
DT ; following on same day
year '
t Cuiberson lay and collect a school tax upon every white thereof, not less than a lot, (when the property '
J ee'1, I & Co., D.iltou, Ga.; Dr. S F LaGrange male citizen of the age of twenty-one years and every second year thereafter, as above provided ; on which the tax has accrued is not less than
T. Ga.: Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; and the commissioners of election shall make
upwards. of one dollar per annum; to providefor I that quantity.) as may be necessary to'pn.y any _
B H Mitchell Newn.ui Oa.t Joseph Griffin V -I
'uu' l'ou.i.m-1. J the
IU ; out duplicate certificates of result of the
licensing taxing, and regulating livery stables such taxes with all interests costs and char ;
Irvine been ina-le i.) jtppear to the satisfoctiuu Burke county. Ga.; It H Barrett llee "i1lc. Ga.: election for register collector and 1J'
wholesale and retail dealers in surveyor thereon be sold -
IT and a ratio arising sale ,
gcs public : :
"if the Court AflMavit.. that the i .\ McLnnn & Co.. Jacksonville, (Ga; M C Will and shall return one to the Board of Aldermen, '
according to the annual amount of to satisfy the corporation therefor. And so .
the Bin ,!' filed iamson. Davisboro' Ga. Win. Hodges SandcrsvilleG'a. average I .J
efcndant llal1l'.l in Cunspl.iint ; and the other to the Board of Common Council. I
much of the third
the invested in the business of such proviso of the tenth section
capital (
in the above i-ntitk-l .II1"o'-. rcsMes out of the .; \V A Haylcs, Louisville, Ga.; W A on the Monday next ensuing the day of election of the said ;; ; j
wholesale and retail dealers to license, tax, act incorporating the inhabitants'ofWashington ; '
Stale of flnl'ol\. ami out of l the United States Carswell, Savuii alt, Ga.; Martin, Savannah, ; ; and the persons having the greatest number J
and regulate agencies of all kinds of insurance approved May the fifteenth eigh- '
&L&1 in Cub.\. me ii't'ic i\t't Jndi.i Elands ami (Jji.; J A Sperry, Houston county Ga.; William of votes for those offices respectively, shall I
teen and
is in
companies ; to tax private bankers, twenty as the following { ;
Court. Therefore. C.irr, .lackhoub. Ga. E A Burch Hawkinsvillf. collector the
bt'Ju1l'llht'j\l1'is'lkti'lauftlti ; be register, or surveyor, as case
words viz
and money-lenders not exceeding three fourthsof : uThat no sale shall be made in '.
Un motiuu of 0. W. D'H\niir. Ks'i, Solieitor for Ja;; Snnuiel Palmer, Darien. Ga.; J B may be ; but in case two or more persons high of this :-= .
the assessed section of
centum t
annum on pursuance improved
jp id C >niil.in:int. Colt BLick Creek. Florida; F A i'oullen Jack- one per per est in voto shall have an equal number of votes whereon any pro-- : i
of in the business of pcrty there is personal ;
I amount capital employed property"ofsufficient <
It is V t<\<(f:1. That the Mid Augustus I't'U- sonville, Fla.; .Wright & Co.. New Orleans, La.A1'ril for either of said offices, then it shall be lawfulfor "
said bankers brokers and moneylenders value to pay the said taxes be and ,r.i
private :
:1u-1 ,
jjaud awl otlir. be required tu ; ['' : __ _
__ _._ .u ; to make all necessary regulations respecting same hereby, repealed. And the author 1 t.
sziii t! Hill .f t' >i-iiiit within six mouth*. Council to proceed forthwith by ballot in
wet 'in ,
} .
!TA'I'C o''IIOIUU.4 : hackney carriages and the rates of fare of ; ity given to the collector in the eleventh section : ,4i 1
"r the .tii.o vijl b? taken! a: onfe sed ::gain: >t ( COUNTY.Benj.imin joint meeting, to determine the choice between of said
MOMIOE I act to
a the same, and the rates of hauling by cartmen.wagoners postpone'the sale of any'property ::
and the said collector
;.lm. Megin.W ,. 1 carmen, and draymen, and the rates such persons; register, to a future d:1Yfor want of bidders," shall be <'
Itis further Orilf Tint of this Order.dnlyccrlilied and shall respectively hold their offices I "I
a copy : \* of commission of auctioneers; to regulate and I'I surveyor so construed as to authorize postponme.ntfor t' !i
iLt G rk ofthi"i Court be pub- i h i Iii ( h.UlcCI' until their 'respective successors arc duly
liy of noii-rtsident merchants | ot her reasonable i f in the
Thomas Taylor, Philip j jSawyer graduate I the I license any cause, opinion tlt
.lUhdl in :"iti! I:'-\>p.ipcr j riuted within the elected and qualified, unless sooner removed of the the collector
Filor. the Mayor f other officer
,and James jIT and traders, and the taxes on same; to regulate r duly"l
Elytra ''ii'''uif ufl-'luridi.. once a month coiisccutirely apioaring to me }by affidavit tii.it Thomas and establish fish wharves and ducks; to from office; and full power and authority arc authorized, there shall be other reasonable ; rt

1 fi-r-Lv jii'uvi>. Taylor and 11'hiliu Sawyer 11..1"1I,1al1t8 in the restrain and prohibit gaming-houses and bawdy I hereby granted to the Corporation of Washington cau e for such postponement ; but public notice !

[Sisni.j! Tito.-i lM$tr!.\;. .Jur dje. bill tiled in the al.;ve e..iii-.e., resi'l.* out of the Louses to puui-h those who may sell r to pass all such laws as may be necessary tu shall in all cases be given of such postpone1
L: i'ZTii; i;. lil'MA/-; 'l.-rk of, wait] Court.do :. State of fl riIJ. ami that tho said Thomas Taylor icating li: uora without having obtained intux-I I define and regulatt the respective duties, pow ment, .nd the sales made at such postponed .. ,

hcMty vt-iiiy ll e al;1.>,ve to t'it.. true copy ; the uid ers. iud authority; of the said register, collector time shall be valid if ;
: res-ides in .tir'1"'.. and that > PhilpSawyer therefor, by fines not lejd than five dullais ; and ; equally as made the day : {
ofm (IP W. tilth nude an'i cut e t'.l ()'f record reftide ill I he M.itr of )lis..iij'I'i, iii dutult of the l'J"l.mlt thereof, by imprisonment aud surrevor; : iid.: also, to prescribe the first designated ;for such sale; and no sale of ;
Li the ati-it'*' entitle i (:.aI1Ot'. 1111 thy fcixteeuth amount of bond and security to be given to the \
defendants real for taxes hereafter
It'n Onkre-l, lhat :. : appear] aid .labor iu work-hou'.e for a term any property made shall .;
day of Atiiii.Nt. A. i;. 1> 17. and answer the sold I bill, otherwise it shall betaken hut exceeding ninety days ; to provide for tho .t corporation by each? before entering upon be imparcd or made void by reason of any error .:. ;
1'. U. liUMAS, the duties oftheir respective offices, and generally tlie-Mayor.. other officer of the
pro c Clerk c. C. of Si.J oh.}: County. I i It is further Ordtit.il, That a copy of this Or- nnumeut tu labor in the ''vrl -llOl1'.e, any person to pass all such laws as may be necessary in making a calculation or computation of : '-1

-Jan- -'. Jsi: i. -.------ -Jam--.-J'6m-. iler be published in MHIU: i.e\\spaper printed in and all persons who shall niolcat or disturb any to the ensure duties an 01'efficient their respective and faithful offices discharge by tho said of the amount of taxes due. the expenses attendant ; 1!:

In f'hvuit Court, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a mouth church or other place of worship while the congregation and and in on the advertisement and sale, or 'of the 4 !.l.

EASTEiiX ClIU'CiT UF FLOilIUA : for nine lUout Ls., in reference to the said Thomas are engaged in any religious exercises register the said,officers collector or, either surveyor of them; shall fail case or purchase money and the interest thereon,'not)1

Co'MIT or DL\AL; : b CU.\ CJlLY Taylor, and once a week for four month, in or proceedings; to provide for the weighingof refuse to comply, with law resolution, or withstanding the sum erroneously calculated or .i 41.'

"Miry Moore ivs. reference to the said Philip Sawyer. all kinds of live stock brought into the city ; any fail computed may have been paid by the purchaser, ? ..
of the said or refuse -
order corporation or
JOS. B. LANCASTER, unsafe his heirs or assigns but all such sales and tho
V Bill fur Divorce. to cause to be pulled down dilapidated, order of the of the said ; t
Henry Moorr. Judge So. Circuit of Florida. or dangerous buildings; to take up and relay obey any mayor deeds 'which may be granted on the certificatesthen ..
) their
the duties
shall fail to
IT having beu undo: factorily to ajtpear TJIOS. F. iTiNO. Sol. for Compl't.Key foot pavements and paved carriage-ways, andto city, or offices with fidelity and a strict regard issued, shall be valid and binding as if no J. SVsuch

by affidavit that Moore the ,iuien- We.st. February U IS.IS. 9m keep them in repair, and to lay and collect respective error hat been made ; and it shall be lawful t
Henry .
_. -- -' -- to the interests of the said corporation, or for the heirs V .
dant ---- -- the thereof on tho or assigns of any purchaser or ,
lumt-'l in the above entitled cause, residesfefyonJ taxes lor p.'iying expenses from
shall unable or incompetent
NOTICE. prove any of sold .t
purchasers for in'
such and property taxes tho
the this Court out of trontiug on foot-ways car-
of property
jurisdiction date I thall present whatever to discharge such duties or
MONTHS after and collect taxes for the cause said city, to receive, do, or perform anything e '
tiis State, York therefore SIX rHlge-ways to lay j
and in the State of Sew and vouchers as Executor of the ; ehall be guilty of any malversation in office, or
accounts which the said
act of the
by fifteenth .
schools to new alleysto of May .m
on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq Solicitorfor Estate of James B. Roberts, deceased, to the support of public ; shall be convicted of any high crime or mide-I eighteen hundred and .
the and to twenty incorporating
into ;.
said be opened squares, open,
complainant, Judge of Probate of this county, for settlementand _meanor, it shall be lawful for the majority of the the inhabitants of the
laid the by
out .
It is Ordered Thathc said defendant change or close those already ,upon !
appear tune I Council
and Board of Common
allowance by him and at the same Board of Aldermen -
; act or acts supplementary to or in execution I
*ni ofthe owners of more than one half any .' ,
of said application "
the bill of complainant -
answer complaint shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a by joint resolution, to remov such officer of the same it be lawful for such
the in such subject to the may purchaser ; !
within four months or the same w1111.e of property squares, andin
of the fill the
from Exccutorship and to order an election to vacancy; '
final discharge my to receive do
or purchasers or '
taken confessed him. second proviso of the eighth section of the act perform.SEC. 1 i
as against Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. case of the refusal or failure of any person S. And be further enacted That the
hundred and
Atd it isfurt/ttr Ordered, That a copy of this I JOHN IWBEItTS,Eiecutor of the of May the fifteenth, eighteen elected to either of said offices to accept of the said corporation :have ,to rt

Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, I last'ill &c. of Jas. B. Roberts, dec. twenty, incorporating And the the inhabitants said corporationshall of the same, or to give such bond and security 03 may made out patsof all the squares power in the causetobe city 1 }.
published within : city of Washington.
in printed
some newspaper, 6m said within twenty .
> be corporation '
the week April: 1S4S. have full and authority to make all required by of Washington, on which shall be shown the ,
Florida con- power
Circuit of once a after his election or in case of the death,
Brought to Jail, laws for the protection of public and days lines of all the subdivisions of said squares as i1.l

Mcutively for four months.DOUGLAS Judge. 0\ the 20th inst. -NegroMan, wh. I private necessary property, the preservation of order, the resignation, or removal from the said city of the same shall actually exist at the date- the' : w./.:
Till said
elected to holding
calls himself JIM IUCKMAN, and says and the observance of decency any person or completion of the plat of each square and to"t:
O said Court do hereby safety -
HART Clerk of persons, Aldermen
CUt Board of
lawful for -
> offices it shall be
of prescribe and the
Marion in which .
t. Robert Stewart regulate manner description

to :
> he belongs in the street alleys public spaces i ;
of ,
the be correct an avenues declare
Certify above to a copy j and Board of Common Council to shall*be made of nil
is real'estAte sold
order made and entered of record in the above county, Florida The owner and take requested him- and other places in the said city, and for the said office vacant, and to order an electionto transferred in the said city" ort {.
: That
titled tenth of to come forward, pay expedses. of all violating the same,as Pnovidtd. x)
punishment persons it
day where
cause in said Court on the And in all cases said '
J. A. BARBEE. Jailor D. C.Jacksonville of fil vacancy. the plats ,shall be made out and drawn ;
well for the punishment of guilty :
February away. as persons
A. 1848. to hold election
D. tf become necessary a a uniform scale of not less than
29 1&8. upon one inch ito 'j
Is Wm .ss WUEEEOF I hereunto set ,April public profanity and prostitution. either of offices the same
fill vacancy in sit fifty feet; and that the method of
[IL. ai] my hand and affix the seal of said DIGEST of the Laws of SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, The at the regulations a shall be observed as to the apP1t of real estate sold or transferred within the cor ori d tr e;

Court. OSCAR hART, Clerk. THOMPSON'S For sale by first general election held after tho passage of meat of commissioners to hold said elcton porate limits which shall be prescribed by the ; #i

__Febnury 19, 1848. 4m_ April 22. A. M. HEED. this act, u. Board of Assessors, to consist of one and as to the holding the elections said corporation shall be such that. the plata f1 1. .

member from each ward shall be elected by the turns of the same, as are observed at the regular shall at all times show the lines of property:as .i 1

lEt J. B. CUBBEDGB, qualified voters therein,"to serve for two years'; elections : Prorict That authority is hereby actually existing in the sqnaresand; the office i"7lfi.
ALACIIVA HOUSE.rPHE STATIONER and the returns of election for assessor shall be said city to appoint 5
BOOK SELLER AND given to Mayor orthe. :. of the surveyor ofthe city of Washington-shall
Subscriber having purchased the house next door to Vcr- made in the same manner and form as the returns such the said .1 .
South side Market square, ( temporarily, under regUtons n bo the legal office of record of the plata'of ;* ..
rand formerly owned and occupied Store of the election for members of the Board person -
premises stille Luffboro & Butler's hoc ,) corporation may lrcscribc discret property in the city of Washington. ?
by J. W. Pearson, Esq at Newnansville, Savannah Ga. Aldermen and Board of Common Council ; to discharge dutie of such vacant ofc 4

*.P. will be ready to accommodate Boarders will be,promptly and the person having the greatest number of until an election can had, and D successor SEe 9. 'Andlf it further enacted, ThaVfhe Ii
and Travellers alter the 1st day of May next, iT Orders from the country legal votes in each ward for assessor, shall be duly elected and qualified to enter upon his du. school-tax'whichmay be levied and co1leciein'VV"

*adh pes by his exertions to make his guests as tilled at the lowest prices. duly elected assessor; but in case two or ties. .pursuance of the powers in this ac.t" &?u lull mt

c fort as possible. He has good stabling, March 11, 1848 11 more persons, highest in vote, shall have an constitute a fundbrbe'added to any other fond
1414 attendance. of SEC. 5.' ,itfuTtkr enacted. That every now ot hereafter to be'constituted byjanyiact:
i fifcst
rate hostleratways in DeVVAAL equal number of'votes the commissioner A
citizen of 'll,States, of thc'COrporLti9n, for the-establishment and I
GEO. M GALP1N. election for the ward in which such equality free the nt

,2e1fna.1lTille AprIl l5, 1848. 6m AVe' ION EER.T.t1CKSONVILLE. E. F. shall exist, shall decide the choice.by,lot. No who snail have'attned the age' in weDtyne'Ye1 support of common* schools,*.and for,'no other )i J

who is not 'seat in the Board { purpose'under; regulAtions as may..trOm' .i
attendedto eligible a id"s hve
G J7 SALES in any part of the County person Council shall year immediately precedingthe time to'time OO"estab1dshedandprovided.bJ&he' i-IJ
: Board
Aldermen or of Common ,
1.; !f!$. and respectfully solicited.1S4S J,be eligible to election assessor., And on!the daj'of election, and shall bo A resident of corporation: V 4V I

"ee.&Iy .z&td a' 'Ill. e... Jacksonville, May, V c j

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:." Sic. 10. And be it father enacted, That the. THE NEWS 1 ConsbtcntJy"With iimDTtlttl s ePnseai tiu,
.*..'-wrporation shaU not have power increase* the Madison convention and our delegates at'Baltimore Democratic Central. Comrrittee for improper moth) for 1 'beheTe.that .i"" ..IlIlin

,} .:' 1 present Amdcd-dcbV-of said corporation, we cannot feel authorized to ratify the I Florida Tallahassee?= con, n notion with, his Whig friend \e+tt b S

r .; 'Cither by borrowing money or otherwise: ,unless: JACKSONVILLE. JUNE 17,. 1848. nominations until:we ate instructed, so to"do by Dear'Sir:' As a delegate of the State at largeto South, hold the guarantees of the :ire
do two-thirls of thelegL --- -- ----- Cottak
; tt snail be agreed to eo by voice of-Florida. the Baltimore Contention, it is perhaps proper as tog sacred to be t
annual election the solemn o f Democracy >ielded "under ?
:' vanes in the said city at an ,
: ; and tho said corporation shall annually JVe here give 'the resolutions adopted by the for me to report to the Committee the course al necessity-whatever.' ." .Bot while I any.rir_w \ .

4 :=1 apply a gum not less than ten thousand dollars Madison convention. In them the Democracy pursued by the Delegation,and to'state succinctly credit for the honesty of their ,*"

,. : of Ita revenues to the redemption of the present of tho State took a decided position,-claimed I! the 'views by which wo were governed.. I I be allowed to dissent from the moor, Ituna

I/T : .*debt SEC.of the 11. corporation.And be 'it further, enacted, That all from the Democracy' of the Union.an acknowledgment will premise niy'remarks by stating that upon' OO iisc. policy of I tb_

., '; 'taxes, except taxes on real property, imposed I of- certain rights, which acknowledgment all occasions the Florida delegation were united In conclusion, allow me to .

t,. ."I 0' "by virtue of the powers granted by this: act, or DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.FOR 'has been evaded. and I believe my''colleagues will bear me.I Democracy of Florida for the vii congrauu.!i the,

:, i'-r'. 'the acts 4o which this is amendatory or supplementaryjin'dcfault within- The committee, to whom were referred the out in asserting that we did'not, .in any single and firmness of their instructions cm' Prntlean
of -to
II payment second of the resolutions, defining subjects proper instance have a difference t>f opinion to reconcile the
.... f'si! the time limited by act of tho incorporation for GOVERNOR. OF FLORIDA: fer the action of the Convention, beg leave colleagues, the Hon. John Q. McGehe zdf1Jl
be collected by distress and sale ;j'I doubt not but -that they would join me 0'B. "
.t. :payment,may WILLIAM "BAILEY. to report the following resolutions, as properly Brancht Esq., for their active tad
t '. .of the goods and chatties and personal effects of GEN. expressing principles upon-which the Democratic in this report, but tho anxiety of my colleaguesto co-operation in sustaining her ?

'\ ,' ... tthe person or.personschargmbletherewith, under party of Flbrida( are prepared to stand, return South, separates at this moment,. the Convention. And position1W
limitations the while I !?
such and as cor5por&tion -
: regulations
: FOR CONGRESS: in approaching election of President and shall regret tv & .
and I therefore for
I report myself, feeling .
!; may.prescribe; but no such sale shall Convention refused in any
: United States manner
Vice President of the : to
notice thereof WILLIAM P. DUVAL.FOR assured that they will substantially endorse my'
+ be made unless ten days' previous adhere the the right of the Southern States
Resolred -That we firmly to r,
V s be given in some newspaper printed published 1. Aware of the sentimentof
: : heretofore statements. as you are P'fl
avowed the Dcmgcratic as "co-equals' in the
by enjoyment
principles of tie
.. ', in the city of Washington.
t'. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: and their basis will cordially unite the Democratic party of Florida, it is unnecessary ries Tattle.
to them
: Sic. 12. And be it further enacted, That the party, upon belonging as common
: .. 'I -Commissioner of,Public Building, or other of- GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. in all proper means to secure harmony and concert for me to do more than refer to fhe fact me assure my friends hat: they have owj ,let
the of action from every tunrterof the Unionin the of Florida sent : brit to
Ificer having charge and authority over that as a-party Democracy be
: CHARLES H. DUPONT of Gadsden. 'Hut-we also firm of purpose, "demanding
distinctly avow
?tho United States their support; nothing bat
and lying
.. ';' lands property o delegates to the Convention to assist in thenomination' bat
; 'i within the'city of Washington, shall: from time JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County.THE that there are constitutional rights and interests is right, and submitting to nothing
,r whichTe'hold to be above candidates free from any personal that u
vital to the South "
ito time,"cause to be opened! and improved such wrong, to ensure the recognition of their
?, avenues and streets, or parts or portions there- NOMINATIONS.The all party ties or considerations. preference that was rtot'based upon principle. Be- ity as a sovereign 'StatfJotthe ST
WHIG Federal'
: 't ,t of,as the President of the United States, upon 2. Resolved, That the institution of-slavery lievingthe Hon.Levi Woodbury to be the sound- .
is n.t'last.oyer and the Whigs existed before the confederacy of the States, is WhateverCouf'Se''the'Stately :
rt 3C? Uhe application of the corporation of the said long agony adopt be
Statesman the
tho of
.' .oity, shall deem nepftssnry for the public COn- are now in a condition to fashion their princi recognized by the Constitution of the'United, upon red my'tumble s r'ices"il1 be freely\ttfa :
States and is left -under the control of the several Constitution your delegates felt it their duty '
t ; 4 venieace. and direct to be done; and he shall to those of theircandidates. The and zealously tendered. Yours *
v ,;-1 'Viefray the expenses thereof out of any money States, each acting'in its separate sovereign to support-him for the-nomination, but at the'
and n.
:-gri ing, or which shall have arisen;from the fierce contentions, the heartburnings capacity.; same time in a.spirit of candor I must that 'J. MOSES,
., -v: :' in the city of Washington belongingsaloaf recriminations,aboutpersons, arc.for moment 3. Resolved, That all territory now held by say Delegate for the State at]1uge.
.: .or which mty'have belonged, to the U. States, hushed, and tho disagreeable ,medicine swal- the United States, and aU. -which may 'be acqui- the disregard for Southern rights-the entire _

't -. .; sand from no I t.her-fued. And it shall be the lowed with many'Contortions of'visage. Z cn. red byconquest, treaty, or I.purchase: ,'-must be subserviency to party triumph--the total abandonment TIlE DEMOCRATIC MEETING Ef CHA1t.. .

n+ 'duty of the said Commissioner, or other United held as their joint property, and the sovereign of that to, us, vital principle "the LESTON.The -
,'. '!,. jfitates officer as aforesaid, upon the application ARY TAYLOR an'd MILLARD FILLMORE, are to authority must vest in the people of the several
'i,' of the Mayor, to repair and keep repaired the lead the last forlorn,hope, of-the, -Whigparty. States,and in them alone. equality of the States, manifested by the Convention Democracy of the South are already 3.

; : ipavements, water-gutters,water-ways, and flag We must say that ,the nomination of this -Resvlved, That, by tho Constitution of the I ,-caused your delegates to hesitate as to motion -repudiate the tyrannous foal

's.4: .foot-ways which have been made or shall bu ticket struck us with some surprise, for we United States, Congress i is: only empowered tO'1 .propriety taking anypart in the nominations of the Baltimore Convention ife hsre'leWA!
made ,the public reservations enact laws needful for preservation antI disposal -:
: -opposite or along squares, and for these
reasons they withheld the the
..' ': or other property belonging to tlo: never could have anticipated so.grotesque a of such territory as.public domain. I us proceedings an inurienaeincetiair'Tjf

= United States; as also, on like application, JoTepair result. That a party without,principles should 5. Resod cod, That territorial governments are I vote of the State until on the last ballot, when the Democracy of Charleston District; endl
thereof not known to the Constitution: ure municipal they feared that a passive course might securea I
:; .. such streets and avenues, or parts select a man without principles, was natural or publish their resolutions knowing they aiR
e.s may haTe been, or shall hereafter fcc, But for the same it corporate, and can rightfully claim or exercise nomination which they felt tho State could interesting to citizen >
enough. reason was necessary every of the
Co the no political or than is derived', South. Theo
the U. higher
I opened and improved by States; expense power : not without
l : of all such repairs to be paid out of-the that that individual should have individual from the organic law of Congress by which they: support abandoning the 'high and stern integrity is equally-resolute not toe$

.. ..f' p, funds before mentioned. force sufficient to uphold such .party.., are formed. i just position'which it had taken in Convention.It I dure the domination of contention'wire. n rills

.: ;-, J SEC. 13. And be it further enacted, That the CLAY, WEBSTER, CRITTENDEN, or MCLEAN, are' 6. Resolved, Thatthe Constitution1 confers no: was the:hopo alone securing another ballot or to fraternize with Southern Whigs. p ,

.. .: 'Commissioner of Public Buildings be, and he is men whoso,names alone represent the spirit of right upon Congress to.prohibit the existence of in which the claims of the Hon. Levi Woodbury I recommend that
"'. thereby,'required to perform the duties.required slavery in any territory, and therefore Congress. similar-meetings be leld
1' *'.. of the city Commissioner by the fourteenthsec- Whiggery. In CLAY, we know one, who, by his can convey no such right to the .inhabitants of. would be more warmly.pressed, that induced : in every'county in'this State, in order that M.

". ;;';:: ttion'ofthe act of the twenty-sixth'of May, eigh- personal exertions maintained the policy of high such territory ; and that any stipulation by I your delegates to take any .action at all in the liticians may learn the will of the people ai er

\ .. ",= teen hundred and twenty-tour, supplementary protection and of a National Bank, in the teethof treaty to that effect, is equally violation of the : selection of'candidates. pressed at their primary assemblies. '
', to the act of the fifteenth of May eighteen hun- guaranties of the Constitution.
,' :; After acting in the Convention for three
the wishes of a vast majority daysit 1. Resolved That the
country Democratic
.... ... : dred and twenty, incorporating the inhabitants 7. Resolved, That our Delegates fo the Demo- .
.. ... ;.: of the city of Washington. And it shall bo the men. Ho was aided by other men of great cratic Convention, proposed to be held in Baltimore -. was painfully apparent, that every Southern this:: District have unabated confidence .n7tbi

.: '.. duty o'f the Commissioner of Public Buildings, I talents, but of unscrupulous purpose, and thesein on the fourth Monday !in May 'next, to right at all questioned, was made to subserve to principles of Democracy: and those -canliad
.' I .within ninety days after the sale of any lots'or fact constituted the Whig party. We had nominate candidates for the offices of Presidentand : the spirit of party, and bow beneath the relent- measures the :: :which have been as watchwordi tb
..). ', squares, belonging to the U. States in the city Vice 'President of the United States, are party: Trade, Low Duties,-No Ifck 3
supposed that one of these prophets would be less power patronage.. -It is not to be concealed Separation from all Banks I
the facts to the -Economy
; 'of Washington, to report -corpo- hereby instructed to support no persons fur aid 4
i rs I.. ration of Washington, giving the date of sale, called upon to rule over Israel. these offices who will sanction any attempt to -that the over wing-influence of patron- Strict Adherence to the Constitution:'

p 4he number of the lot and square: the name of But in this last death struggle of Whiggery, interfere with,control the equal right of the age is the withering -curse": that reigns supreme 2. Resolved, That while we would be glad d
: '. the purchaser or purchasers, and the said lots citizens of 'each and every State with their and will unless checked all times to co-operate with a party professa
with the wreck and ruins of its old discarded at once, subvert such and :
objects :
i or sqUlresshall be liable to taxation by the slaves or any ether property, to remove to and, approx sating towards tleii
I Mid corporation from the date of such sale.mo .- policy lying thickly around it, the Northern occupy territory which now belongs to tho Uni the liberties the 'country-it saps the very practical adoption and while any alienation

\l4 t. ':' open space,public reservation, or other pub- manufacturers and Southern office.hunters have ted States, or may hereafter be acquired by foundation our institutions,and destroys the separation from them is to ns a source of deft

:', .lic ground in the said city, shall be occupied sacrificed their old leaders and march confidently I themw1IErnEastcxINTERFEuENNCEo1i RESTRICTIONS only source of safety left to the smaller States regret, there are, in our opinioniq'a'e'slcfaa paramount

iby any.privatCjpcrson, or for any private pur- ARE IMPOSED BY CONGRESS directly TlIRCl' "the the '" to party assoel ation. .
.I under the banners a victorious Gen- guarantees Constitution The 3. Resolotd That we in
concur and
': 't poses whatever. 'ITS-O'WY' ACTS, OR mediately, THROUGH POWERS fn the
+t Sic. 14. Jlnd be it further enacted, That the eral. ZACUARY TAYLOR, who has .political CONFERRED ON OR CONCEDED TO TilE INHABITANTS spirit of Abolition stalks over the whole North, name of the Democratic party of this District,

,:. justices of the peace, whether they be members opinions,-ZACHARY TAYLOR, who refuses to OF SUCH TERRITORY. East and West, unchecked and uncontrolled.- adopt the report and resolutions of the meeting

f'. _' 'xf,the. oard of Aldormen on Board of Common give any party pledges,-ZACHARY TAYLOR, the 8. Resolved, That those laws of the several Misguided fanaticism pursues its unholy purpose of citizens held in this city in March,1847;that
since that time
". (Council.ar-not, who may be selected from time States which refuse to aid and actually there lias occurred nothing to
saycowl1er-ot' Louisiana is.selected by a motley prevent and the voice of reason is not even raisedto the views
'. .to time by the said corporation, to enforce the the owners of fugitive slaves in pursuing and :i change then expressed ; but on Aft
: jpolice.regulations and penal laws of the said array of manufacturers, abolitionists, and mo- .1 recovering therr'praperty escaping into such : check its frightful progress. Every .party contrary, much to confirm andstrengthen

: : : 'city, as also to.issue! warrants: and to hear and nopol ) ,-and MILLARD FILLMORE, the abolitionist States, are not only violations of thecomity every faction every interest North of :Mason We reiterate the sentiments then expressed,f4

"f determine cases within the jurisdiction of j us- :: of Western New York, is warmly supported which should be observed between independent and Dixon's line, panders to its fell spirit: and wit : 'that iu the opinion of this meeting All}):
:. dices of the in which the .:Mayor Board mission to the proposed exclusion from an equality
peace, States, but are ,palpable violations also -of the'
courts its association the faction
It of Aldermen, and Board of Common Council of by Southern slaveholders. HENRY CLAY, Constitution of the United States and of the as holding the benefits ,in the tcrrifories'of the U.States

'; ." the said city shall be plaintiffs, shall have power who was the only man that the Whigs could laws of Congress made in pursuance, thereof.: Balance of Power in Presidential elections. 1 beyond what is already yielded by the 31isidaH:

'. ', '; to.issue all'such warrants, und all other war- possibly have looked to for success,-a man who 9. Resolved, That we appeal to the Democratic am: free to admit that there are many personsin Compromise, would be unwise, dangerous

0' _, # Irlmtgor IprocClses deemed necessary and proper has always been stronger than his .partyhasbeen party in these States to use every exertion to the Free-States who now oppose the abolition honorable, and debasing; that this is a questkj
..: '.. :; incases'of violations of the police regulations have all such laws paramount to all considerations of lSrtli
: : repealed ornbrogLtoothrough
I '.. and penal ws -of the corporation, and to cast aside as an unserviceable: shoe, and a their legislative and judicial departments as of slavery in the Slates; but I doubt that a single mere temporary policy; and that he*ho fallen;

.' Ihear and determine all such -cases, and, under ticket nominated representing the two-extremes the only means of preventing a resort to retaliatory politician tf either party can be found who and, kwon! like, barters his birthright for a m sa

'. the orders of the corporation, to issue execution of opinion upon the most absorbing 'question measures, which must ultimately destroy will, in the ensuing canvass, take.ground a- of pottage, b recreant to the memory of the past,

'";f .. or other final process thereon; and the said of the day Such utter absence purpose or the harmony, peace, n-all union of these United gainst the exclusion of slavery from the Territories to his duty in the present, and a traitor tttCl'ityP |x*
: justices shall also haTe power to compel the attendance States. .
'. ; principle -such timid neutrality -such aban- Otlie: oonti'ary-I believe it will be 4. Resofced That '
; i of witnesses by attachment, and to. 10. Resolved, That while wo lament to sec we adopt ris our biro (the
I. :i" '. punish them by fino not exceeding ten dollars. : donment of everything to office and place, can sny members of the Democratic party in the advocated by both parties=it is admitted by 10th and 11th resolutions aspassed by'tbb

_, or ly imprisonment not exceeding ten days, for" meet but one fate,-sure and overwhelming de North or West forgetful of the landmarks of the both to be the end to be accomplished-they difftr Democratic Convention of :Alabama in Febnw
obedience to"a summous.r : ry last, to wit: First, That our Senators and
refusing feat. Constitution, yet we do rejoice in the fact, thatit onjy as to the 1/1tOlls-the one party striking
K And be it enacted That here- Representatives in Congress should be lath
I : : fisc. IS. further is particularly in that party ire find stij iort and the other via
d ; .. after justices of the peace for the county of sympathy for our rig Ills and -i-'u-tcsonthe boldly, silently and insidiously working to obtain, before ratification of a treaty with

.... Washington, in the District Columbia, shall WHIG NATIONAL CO'iVI:; TIO'i.-On the first exciting subject of the foregoing, any resolutions.just its way. When this point is: attained, it is a Mexico, ample security that the rights oftH

t ..#.wN fee appeiaited: taree.years; and upon indictment ballot for a candidate for the Presidency, Tay- Here is distinct fatal delusion:: to believe that Fanaticism will Southern peopleshould not be endangered daring
y a declaration of the
'i ; conviction cf any justico of the peace, lor received 111 votes, Clay 97, Webster: 22, princi- rest satisfied. The very next step will be the the period the territories:: shall remain
t. before any court 'of competent jurisdiction, of ples iipon which the Democracy of Florida der the'control of the United States,titherfrcm
Scott 43, Clayton, and McLean 3. abolition of slavery in the States and whenever the contiuuirtTco of the
i : incompetency habitual drunkenness, corruption were prepared to stand in the ensuing election municipal laws of Mexico -
t ,. : in office, or of any ether wilful misconduct Ou tho second ballot, Taylor received 119, Our delegates arc instructed to maintain that this move as "a corner slant" is made the price of or from the legislation. of the Congress of tie
\ I'. ... :." iu the discharge of his duties justices: of thepeace Clay 6G, Scott Webster, 22: and Clayton. adhesion by the abolitionists to either political United States;" and secondly: "That the opin
.: and he position, a duty which they nobly performed. ion advanced und maintained
his commission shall be void, shall On the fourth ballot by some, that tie
received !
Taylor 171 Bo assured will
party. neither be
they rebuked
: lie ....:. cease te exercise the office and powers justice The National Convention refused to touch this people of a territory acquired by the connncu

i t _. / ', -at tho peace; and for all criminal process or votes and was declared the nominee of the vital point. They refused to declare that the or turned away. Silently gathering toil, suffering: blood, anti treasure ofalltbi

S\ ,I\\.. !:. fettsiuess issued or tried by or before any justice Whig party. inhabitants of strength with every huurthe, day is not far distant States, can, in other events than in the fornuuj
''s j I ''. 'Of tho peace in tho city and county of On the first ballot for Vice President, Abbott a Territory have no right to exclude when they will hold the key of the Treasury a constitution preparatory to admittance
District of Columbia the slavery. Our ties with the State iuto the Union
1 I" If. Washington, in the Democracy lawfully or constitution
of Mass.
::1 said justice and the constable' who shall execute: received 113, and Millard of the Union are therefore severed. We are and with the power to dispense the spoils, ally prevent any citizen of any such States from

I :'. the process shall respectively be entitled to Fillmore, of N. Y., 1 U. On the 2nd ballot :Millard free to act as we wish. It is: for the people in amounting in four years to $150,000,000, they removing to or settling in such territory with

j .. charge and receive the same fees as are author- Fillmore was nominated. convention will then have the ability as they flOW have the frill his property be it slave property or otherwise,
to declare what shall be the
1 .: lei to be charged and received in the case of proper is a restriction: as indefensible in principle add
;...: process issued and served by them respectively "PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN" course to take: in this emergency. It may be to unfurl the banner abolition upon the ramparts as dangerous in practice as if such restriction

;:, '.. ia,cases >small debts; and the said costs shall We were somewhat surprised at finding in that they desire to sustain the nominations. of the Constitution. In this crisis: it maybe were imposed by act of Congress"

a' '.. be certified by the said justices to the District tho last "Floridian," tho following annouuccment. But the only way to ascertain this fact is by a asked, where shall we turn for safety ? I 5. Resolved, That we approve and profoundly
I.':, Attorney, for his revision and approval, and convention.This say let us gather experience from the pastltely !- appreciate the high purpose to which that Con
shall be the Marshal vention stands
!: when approved paid by of pledged in the 13th resolution
the Districtof. Columbia. RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED BY TilE ridiculous assumption of authority on upon ourselves, and regard the motto of adopted by them ; and we too, the Democratid!*!

I. .: SE<:. 16. And be it further enacted, That in }'J.ORlD.VEIOCltATlC STATE CENTRAL COM tho part of the Central Executive Committee our State, remember that "In God is our trust/ party of Charleston District) pledge ourselVa

I Addition to the seven members now : uthorized MITTEE.Re&olved. will only expose it to scorn and defeat the If the South will but unite, and show that nolongl'I' to each other, to the country, and particular/!
to be appointed to the levy court of the county That the Resolutions! adopted by very divided to our brother Democrats of Alabama, u that
their is
,''':dt: of Washington, from and after May, eighteen tho recent Democratic National Convention at object it aims at. The indirect censure of the strength to be courted under no political necessity whatever will;.;

hundred and forty-eight, the President of tho Baltimore, embody the same principles contained course pursued by our delegates is rather us more potent than abolitionism.. Therecanbe support for the office of President or Vice Pre-

w United States is hereby authorized and required in the Democratic resolutions of IS.14, and amusing when it comes from a body clothed no doubt that a party at the North true to the sident of the United States any person wnd

:v9,, :' annually to appoint four additional members deserve in- like manner, the full, free cordial, with far less than the compromises of thcConstitulion'will' take ground goes not amply satisfy us that he is opposed U
10; from the city of Washington; and the Said court active, zealous and continuous support of the authority delegates them- any and all forms of excluding shivery front
} .. shall thereafter consist:: of eleven members. Democratic party of this State. selves. The committee would have better served with us-the spirit of abolitionism llhr: crushedby the territories of the United States." ...

t SEC. 17. And be it further enacted, That the Resolved, That tho nominations of LEWIS the purpose for which it was formed, if it opposing arguments, and the perpetuity of our 6. Resolved, That the party machinery Inowa

a z is corporation of the said city of Washington shall CASS for President, and WILLIAM O. BUTLER, had recommended the calling of a State conven- Union placed beyond the possibility of danger.Let as Nominating Conventions is, in our opinion}
have full power and authority to pass all laws for Vice President, meet our unqualified corrupting in its influence-calculated to Concentrate
ap tion and appointed time and the South be firm-let her sons of either
which may be needful and necessary to carry probation-and that so long as these distin- place. As East power in the hands wire-pullers
Into full and complete effect the powers grantedto guished nominees stand upon the elevated platform Florida has to do all the Toting, she is determined party make a common sacrifice at the altar of intriguers-is all unfair exponent of the sentiments *

the said corporation, or to any of its officers of the Baltimore resolutions, we will cordially not to enter blindfold into aPresidentialcontest patriotism, and we may once more repose in of the party they profess to represent

w" y;' ; or servants,by this act or by the act or acts to support them, and earnestly recommend I to gratify the whim of a few wire safety Southern Whigs particularly owe it destructive of individual independence--lends
l -' which this act isnmendatory or supplementary. them to the people. pullers to merge all other questions, however-vital
to themselves and the South
in Tallahassee. to to meet their
And AU acts or parts of acts in conflict with the I JOHN P. DUVAL, Chairman. I mere party issues, and is on this account tsyf

.w'' provisions of this act, be, and tho same are With all due respect to the gentlemen who I Democratic friends upon some common ground. dally dangerous to the slaveholding Stattfj

hereby, repealed. this executive REPORT OF MR. MOSES. Questions: of policy should givo way to this, Whose vigilance should never sleep, on a grt tj
.a r, s ROBT. C. WINTIIROP, compose committee, we ask what : The following report of one of our delegates which iu fact involves ,our very existence. In paramount, and peculiar question, which. is
Speaker of the House of Representatives.O. authority they have for taking this step. The' apart from and aboVe all party issues.
; to the Baltimore Convention has been referring to the Whigs I do BO with no spirit of
in ,
i M. DALLAS. committee was nominated and called into existence our 7.Resolved, That all.those objections long&
Vice President of the United States and by the last Madison Convention for possession for some time since the adjournment 'u unkindness but itis, due to truth to say, that if tertained by the Democrats of South Carolb

President of the Senate. executive of that body, and as it was addressed to the they had united with Democratic. party of have been strengthened and increased by the
.ArrovH 17 1848. purposes merely, and to conduct tho cor action of the late
l May Central Committee we the South and refused political association or Convention in Baltimore.
J JAMES K. POLK. respondence and machinery of the party duringthe publishing in 8 Resolved, That opposed as the Democratparty
expectation of some suitable action the fellowship with the Whigs of the North, the
% approaching canvass. The same conven- : rt of the State of South Carolina comp+o I
'x of the Committee. As have Northern Democrats would hare been fUr faithful almost her entire
-t $orribltagedy.-A telegraphic dispatch tion also nominated delegates to the National they however, in population were known tofy
.,' ,M,. from Cincinnati, May 19,says: their wisdom, seen fit to repudiate the resolu allies now and this hour of danger and difficulty to taking any part in this Convention, the I*.
Convention "
and instructed
t "A slave trader, from the South,purchased a those delegates, and tions of the Madison Convention that called would not have been upon us. The Northern dignity to the :State offered'by the Convention
a'! wife and child yesterday in Cov- those instructions have been minutely followed. in accepting as without the *
v ., negro man, delegate one pr
them into existence stood
e and placed them-in jail fort and indirectly to disaPprove I Democracy, in days passed, manfully by text of to thaa'
: ,.+tF ington, Kentucky, What right then has this committee, the creature represent any more
; safe keeping. Lat night tho woman, in the of the convention to cast of the course of the delegates appointedby us-they have had much ,to contend with, and portion of a Congressional District, thus aiding I I

: rx excitement of despair, we suppose, murdered censure not onlyon the same Convention, and who did, abide bits : but that their efforts have not been sustained him to place us in'a false attitude, and penuK! I

q4, her child, by cutting its throat-after which the delegates but upon the position taken by instructions, we deem it but by the Wdgs of the South, they would still have ting him the influence of nine votes in tho'
t .4 the man cut the woman's, and then his ownt .:- tho Madison convention. At best it is but the Messrs.. : justice to proceedings, is in itself an illustration and confirmation
c, &i: The former are dead-the latter is living, with expression of the individual opinion of seven MOSES. MCQKHEE, and BRANCH, to give been our firm and faithful friends. But when of many of the objections we .httt .

t tI't but faint hope of his recovery. but these had publicity to the following. "Truth is stranger they see our Representative in Congress supporting suggested. '
men seven men no
'= right to assume than ficti n7-and the state of things presented a man avowedly in favor of the Wilmot U. Resolved,That the open abandonmentb11

.. 1'c: 'Lucien Bordentown, N. J? has such arbitrary power. It belonged to in this Report will astonish our readers still proviso,they think that they have good reasonto Southern delegates of the instructions'-:

been elected a member of tho French National the people, and only to the Democracy of the moro than the unwarranted course of tho Cen- believe that the integrity of the Constitutionisnotat which they were charged and as we conceinol:
of Napoleon. State. principles essential to the prosperity and safety s-
Aesembly. lie is a nephew tral Committee. !
: the South no par mowu. principle I do of the'South, i* a. still more,alarain* coma***
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and incident to such First-That Mr. .- ,,) :t! ;;
P"'he evil dangers AVinthrop was not the only the debate continued several members q
by -
I tit1cu tions. I Wilmot Provisoist which is a self evident pro- up to its being put on its passage., _You will see, NOTICE APPLICANTS .; ;i'.r : t t
coateD Democratic of
:I }lljJdon clret District, That had tho neither lot nor party part in position. and docs'not"help the matter. that it did not' meet with so much opposition in Un't/hoFjJa'Rrmed c tqsa&o'cr, o t Ae. 4th l 1iSic\-"I.; : i i i '
Senate it did
as in the Chamber of Depu J.B.
IpI'iate Baltimore Convention; and that he Secondly-That' because: Messrs. Gidding?, P'ermits werefgranted for SeUlemert"fcLanls"wMch vert i.tiTJ; _: t1-

,rJUODs: of the Convention, the nomination Palfrey and Tuck would"not sustain him as not ties.Gen.. Smith,left for 'Vera Crux on, the 24t"h,. dates'of such'Permits. 'r, _"' I. : .;;(,. ;,.1: .

for tho Presidency, nnd the pro- being aoolitionist enough tor th m, thereforehe to make preparations for embarking the troops.' 'TOtICB is"'hereby given 'tVfhe class of sppllcnt.above mentioned,.that'the. PUHSOT;UM '(

.o ott. eenerally, are unsatisfactory and ob- was not an abolitionist at all. Does'not Mr. All theoutpos 'have'be'n ordered in to this L! following described.Townships, have' been duly certified and returned, by_ thfrBumvor .., ::-- f : Ji

le. and the action of that Convention is Cabell know that I city-they:will be ready to'march in three General,' to'Jthe District Land Office at Newnansville, E. F, and that the", period of OCE rua, .. :. a i J

:r ed by us and imposes no obligation up- there are different shades ofaboli'tionjsm days.after they arrive, which will be in a day allowed! : .by said Act; for the proving the fact that the settlement has been comm ;, d the ':: ',3.j l.'i

fiI'odeIDOCl'I.ts of this. lhstricLIt. from its mildest provisoisins to its i or.two., particular quarter section upon which it is located)'mil expire on the date Opposite the Tonsbip ..Jtt
.. Boohed, That wc deem it inexpedient most re klcss Wendell Phillipisms and Lolyd Gen.Patterson's" division being the first to described in,the annexed list Those applicants, therefore, whoso settIeinetztsarewftMjjy of -.. ;

commit ourselves as to preference for Garrisons? 'Docs Mr. Cabell consider the Era; move, will march in two or three days. these townshps, ,arc requested.to file with, the Register and Receiver, at'Jfewnansvfllet, E. F, '; .
'J01I'rresidency-we shall await the development In ten days or less ,the American army will on or before the said dates, satisfactory proof, pursuant to the requirement of the Law above ; .
and at a proper time will use ourofeYel1ei published Washington any less abolition be on their march for the'coast. m t.Qd... ... ? .?. .. 4 -M. .1 eo l'?

tions for the candidate whose elevation paper on account.of' its affectation of mildness We will be'hampered'spine with our sick, but Such proof should-be, theapplicants own affidavit; corroborated by th's testimony'ott'o; or i'i k.

"!d.n our opinion best serve to advance the, than the less politic and disgusting Liberatorand this cannot. be. helped, ,as it would not do to more disinterested and competent witnesses,which proof should state allthe3piniculartothu. 1". il t

set forth in the foregoing resolutions; leave those behind who are.unable to travel. settlement -. .
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I ,principles Question of equal rights under thectuti011 Anti-Slavery ? Docs Mr. Cabell M S8rs. Sevier and Clifford left here for .Unless the'.pniot'.re'quir d in the foregoing, is filed, o'u or before the dab ;specified, OioappU.. : \i'"
great .
) the of the !laveholding uld n<) l.slave- deny that Hale of the Senat is an abolitionist, Queretaro with an American escort on the 22d, cants will forfeit all right, title, and claim to the Land, under their Permits. jr'

:: ; States being ever considered by us as and yet even he, it seems, is not abolitionist at 7 o'clock. The exchange of ratification will Dateso,, f
.0lding 'Township. u. or before which hepmofufeujccjt f!
moUflttO all other issues. enough to suit some of the more fanatical?--4 take place in tjuerctaro.' The commissionershave I be tiled. and the pul1cular InrI cteM'nbed ,. ?;

, fl&ey, EsqmOTeJ tho a(3ol Ucnr1 Meeting Of June, JJ, 1819. 'f ';:
force touched withrtiching course the citizens of New Orleans will do I "
with Thirty- ne do
; great .
the resolutions York passed tho following resolution as taken fire a grand salute. Give compliments to o.do : '1 S'
: my do .
Thirty- do
.. contempt upon the course and: rcccp- from the Tribune, a Whig Clay paper of the city them; and ask them to fire a gun for every re- Thirty-two J1 do \ Twenty Twenty do .I do 'do ft.\ .;
in the Balti- .do. do *l' ) ,
_ of the Georgetown -delegate of New ork"Bestilred- giment in the field, regular and volunteers, they Thirty do Twenty one do .1$ d do :: : 1Jfi
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will all :
ended then soon be will then see
and by presenting among you you Thrty-o do do
contention, # and we are Twenty-one do. du ;t.
the :+ ; .
'snore ) boys who "have been baptised in blood and : 'f
L. Yancey Alabama. This gentle- especially sorry though not surprised that men Thirty-two .do Twenty-one do 10. do <, .: .
on.WII1- came out stelF-thoyhave "conquered a peace"at d"I ; .':. t,_..
Thirty 4o Twenty-two ..' ... '
I whose effort was the speech of the occasion professing to be Abolitionists are found willing the point of the bayonet and for the sake of 'do o .do -- .r ,1f ," :: .

3.D, the meeting at great length,ana with anti-Sl to hold up as the highest representative' of an humanity and justice, let thtoi;revel one nightin Thrty-t9"Thirty-one! .11:0: Twenty-two Twenty-two do do : tb ;du < .: 'J 1 .

.4dresed very political idea, one who, like Mr. the Halls of tho White Settlements, before d9 "di ,': ; ': 1j ,
eloquence arid graphic power. Hale has nev'er atoned abolitionist Thlrty.-tli.eo ,to. Twenty-two do do.4 1
yet himself ftn .o 1
'jibing send them down to Yucatan': to'be eaten \ t
Q- Holmes here moved the consideration ," &c., &'f:. you the arid'sanft'fties. op Thirty'-l'oUr. _(to_ 'Twent-two do _. .' do .. do. ..,-.it ,__ : ;, ..
jlr Jam" p by musquitos ; ; : .. ." -. ., 1"' '.' ,
wd adoption'cf the following, solu-, :Will.!Ir: Caliel'claiin that this resolutifia exculpates It is expected the ratification will be exchanged I-7he- particiiars' as tothe. settlement shoulbe-the- time. when I. 1tiyation:was cor- : .. .d tfij-e r:

5j5ijtain lit in'a speech of spirit'and. Mr. Hale from the charge of abolition- to-day: the 2'Gth'insl.The m ic1-the kind of crop cu1tlvat -num of .crcs in cultivationthe kind of tenemsi J'
'UOfl, withdrawal of the will be in the : .a ; :
ism, and yet with just as much reason might it troops erceed-iumber' of jersons composing: the famifydLscriminiting 1etween adults and chidre ;1 .
'5oe i': following Order: ah l f qales--'i1iitea and colorcd. Sit ..1:1inu.1es : '
Resolved That'confiding in the integrity and be quoted for such a purpose as Mr.'Cabell ht, n Patterson's division ; 2d, Gen. Mar- JOHN PARSONS ecelver. : lU1SSRtr'l Regiiter. : "Z": ;;!
;h. :
hilit1oCOen. ZACIIAKY TAYUJR, and in his de4jjugtiOfl quotes the'letter of Giddings & Co. shall's division 3d Division-new ten regi- Newnansville Florida Jane 3d I '; -if ;
; __ ,_ LANDJFFICE: 1848._ 3t'meet 1 (; .Jl
: to be considered not a party, but an The course taken by Mr. Cabell is not dignified -: ments; 4th, 2d division of old regulars under -- ; -: ..iii" 7
. candidate for the office of Presi- Gen. Kearney 5th First division of old &;
nJeDendent ; regu- 'Fife Safes. : ;: ;;
and is not ofthe he $30 ;:
worthy place occupies !
. or the U. States ; in his own. language' lars-Gen.Worth. .. I M, !r.1:'
'dent to and the naked statement of facts above { ; The largest asiortmient'f IRON SAFES in the : ,.BE PAID :-for proof to convict .
'ItiTing no i private purposo accomplish; no upon as I We have 2000 sick to take aw':y with us- : any ; :ii.
, i rtr projects to build up ; 'no enemies to pun- made, his course indefensible and if I mis- this will cut short our transportation for the United States can;be seen at the depot of SI- 'persons harboring any run- t:{ .it.

I !:sh nothing to serve but, his Country"-=-we take not all who :are not'le'away by the blind welL LAS 0 HERRING, manufacturer of the gen away slave or slaves pf' mine, and a reasonable j.:Z?;; .
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I nominate him as the candidate of this:: -.. uine WilderVPatent ,Salamander Safe, Nos. reward: will foo'paid. for..the delivery in any-jail i $:t ,
aeetine.and!hereby \r 11 give him our hearty support, adherence to their party men will discountenance JJ The Friends and Acquaintance-- 'of Mr." '137 i1id'139,Water' street New and second in Florida. or at plantation near Pilatka. '; !l

whose'interests are identified with our [ and place their seal of disapprobation on hand Safes of other_makers for sale very low. E. F., of any or all of the following negroes ",L"l,
: one and Mrs. T. 0. Holmes
M invited
are respectfully who absconded sometime sail '
inMay last front .
course pursued by Mr. Cabell a Whig or : f
. WHenryBail& Esq, in a'striking and power- Mr. Holmes Democrat to attend the Funeral of their infant Son, THIS The Eagle Caster Manufacturing Co., plantation, 'VIZ"t*'.
a or man who di- :
motion to':lay the any EVENING, at o'clock, at their residence. hand and( all kinds of ,-about 35; years; old, 5 feet Inches \ : :
advocated resolution HAVE for sale Brass *
i Vul manner: on ,
does Mr. high stout,
rectly, as Winthrop, or indirectly, as well made, weighing about')180 : .&1&:
June ;
17MAUIIVE and Iron Bed Table and Sofa Casters. Office
of Air.Ilblfces on the table ns premature- pounds. Big John, about 26 old ?
do these gentlemen, compromit the interestsof years :> feet \ ;J1
His motion was carried with but two dissenting their constituents. The 262 Pearl streetLamps 10 inches high, well made, weighs about'160 | rsfpounds ]
same reasoning INTELLIGENCE. ;{
that of Mr. Holmes and the gentleman ; also, his brothers, March, about 19- ." ,:
l Wets, which will justify the support of Mr. Winthrop Lamps !'! years old, slender! made, stammers when :
l Vho seconded his resolution. to day as a Spcaker'of the House of Representatives -' PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. JUNE V7tb. "HORNK'S PATENT' SOLID BOTTOM GLASS FOUNTAIN ken to, andabT_ .-fect "8 or 9 inches high; : -J: {i!

I On motion or'\I'r.: Torre, the following resolutions for the phrpose of maintaining> rty ascendancy ARRIVED.. -- -- CAMPJlJ: "LAMPS." They are superiorto Monday, about 23 years old, about 5 feet,7 inches .' .....,. .

f were enthusiastically adopted: all others. Manufactured by J. 0. FAY, high, and.crippled in his right leg and ; :'i

! That the thanks of the South are will sustain him to-morrow as President June 3d.-Brig Potomac, Smith, H.Y.: 134 &'136 Fulton street. arm. Also row;..about9' years old, 5 feet 8 .i !

I Jlcsohed eminent, degree due, and the thanks of of the United States. ALACUUA. Juhe 14th.-Schr. Ellen, Baker, New ""York. Also a ''corfipletei assortment :lof Solar Lamps, inches high,. well made", pleasant looking-and -:. } ,;i

1 'in&n of this district are hereby returued.to June't1th.--U. .S. Mail Steamer; Ocamulgee) ,' Chai1li rS, Griramloles, Wicks, &.C., at lowest spoken,and weighs 155' pounds. Also,. Jrin, 4: :. t\
tke people '
McNelty frobi Savannah to 'FerhahdeY&, Bis- about 38 old 5 feet 3 inches X
price, wholesale and retail. years high, stout. ,
Wai. L. for the bold manly .
i the Hon. Yancey LATEST FROM 'EuIi PE. .\0 .
bce. made and surly loki g. The above described .....,
he has pursued in -1
: ui intrepid course always THE June 14th. U. S. Mail Steamer St. are all of black .
BIT UNITED STATES.' : Mathewf Straw Hat Pressing Machines -&c. negroes complexions. ;
'deduce of the "South and its cohstitutioualJkwrrf. \i :
ITALY. Capt. Hurbert from Savannah 'F ri1 haez JOHN 'S. MONTMOLLIN. .
,, ;j.
! "right& By advices received at Milan'we learn that a & Bisbee., W. &. W. H. LEWIS, Chatham street, oppositethe June 10th, 1848.- 2t ,.:t ," ...+"'i".
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That thecdnduct of those who actrf ..
Chatham Theatre.. ,. ,
battle had been fought between the Austriansand .rtf'",: ,
; with him in sustaining the Southern posi- -- ," '
the Pontifical troops and Italian volunteers, June 6th.-Schr.: CoL Simmons, Ilamblin N. p. '. ... NO rIC "':; 'z
the Baltimore Convention meets withy machine '
tiou&t KU CBIJL'S! 'patent: leather banding, 1'
between Coruuda and Molinetto. The Aus- York. ORDER''ft.4e 4
entire and the sincere thanks ofUii machine in BY .otProbat..ot1u-- 2: ;;
approval stretched the 41
: e ( on only patented '
trians lost four hundred men killed, and five June 16th.-Brig Potomac, Smith, Boston. the butt sau county,..wiU,be sbldat. the plantation : ,t:
meeting. hundred prisoners, and many wounded. The Brig Benj. Carver, Carver, N. Y. the co htri:) These from are macle.trom: of the eatate of John W. DuBose, on Thursday 'i '
Oak and heart solid fl'
body of their troops, to the number of 5000 Schr.Mary George, Watts,Boston. of of Leather the'side, thoroughly hq stretchedand or the second day of May neil,,the following'two 1;':(!1

[ M1cATED.1 men, were surrounded, without having any artillery -I June 13th.." .Steamer Ocamulgee", McNelty, Sa-, part cemented and only riveted, toget'her and negroes. Affy, about 27 years old and he ., ,
at C'ornudo and Molinetto and are placed varinah. war daughter Mary :Ann ten years' old. '
MR. CADELL AND MR. WINTHROP.Xr. -' ranted to satisfac ,, 'j .t'; i
between two fires by Generals Durando and June 16th.-Steamer St. Mathews, Ilurbert tion. Ofders'addressed'to Jo, run straight and subs'criber: give will (XW.DuBOSE, :. ,..;..".'{;.!....

EtitDfLiTing, as I do, retired from Ferrari. Auother account says that the bat- Savannah. .-. .'.( Me K. DuBOS: ;:J.i'
tle lasted five hours and that the Roman rompt attention. .' .. March 4th 1848". .;
mblic life, and gathering my Views of what isgoing troops M. Patentee 23 Ferry st. : >. : 1t' 1i
received a check. NOTICE. The above sale is
iu the world from the public prints I postponed to Thurs ;;; t\
on THE POPE. WEEKS$ from date I, shall apply 'to the day, the I 3th.day of July next. \
SIX : : : iP
lad noticed for some time past with interest theposition The Dublin Freeman says, we have been favored % .Judge of, Probate, of Alachua county, \Manufacturers ply.Store. May 27th, 1843. ,r ,'f. ; \; ,!}

in which Mr. Cabcll had placed himself with the perusal of a private letter from Florida, for Letters of Administration upon: the OSCAR ,SCHENCK & CO., 132 Water, cornerof n B ., .Jt.4!:
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ty sacrifice of the feelings and wishes of his Rome, datl15th May. We extract from it the Estate of Tliomas J.Brannen, late of said county Pine st Dealers in Cotton, Woollen, Silk i Runaway. Negro' r' CaeghU_ .. (w t...'
"The has deceased. E. B. BftANNEN. articles. And ; C! .
following important passage :- Pope and Carpet manufacturers' and .
view of committed to eJ&i1. -
his of
constituents '
to party pepfectlj recovered his influence ; the gates of Alligator, Juno 17th, 1848.SIieritI' manufacturers Weavers' Reeds, Heddles, ARRESTED rf'
a about 3 .
runaway negro l.1.
If 1 hate: properly understood the tenor of the city and the castle have been restored to the Sale. T Bobbins, Spools, &c.Musical ._ feet 6 inches in height, and stoutly built, B. ,
'the which have been made authorities. The 'Trasteverini' took ; c {
newspaper couimenti proper an virtue of a writ of fi. fa., issued out of says thaj Jie. has been tried and.convicted !a "' ..
-regarding Mr. Cab lUs Vote for'Speaker, it has3been active part in favor of the Pope, stating that if BY Superior Court for the District of East Instruments. Nassau county for enticing away and harboring .tt f-.fi Jf.
he wished for wished for 'if he i
simply this:.:-. wished for war they they wished fur peace.war; This Florida for the County of Duval, I will expose EDWARD BLACK, 81 TuUon, corner of Gold a negro slaye belonging to Mr. 'V.: Albert!, of 5. :1 'ifi

That within the latt t'Wo-years there has demonstration peace had, an immense influence and :(o public sale, in front of the Court House in the street, :Manufacturer. Importer, keeps the same county., Th person or personswh :' Vt: ?. .
Town Jacksonville in said the have a lgaL right to demand said negrtnrilj ? :
:' of county on constantly on hand the largest assortment of .: '* % .
in faction called Wilmot things are now quiet againPRUSSIA./ "
sprang up Congress a : second Monday in July next,. between tile legal Musical Instruments of every description.Also .- pleas doiae forward", p ay chaises,and take him ?%&.
J'rovisoists wh.t: fotertsrin( views hostile to the hours of sale that day a certain female away! JOS. A. BARBEE, .M iftf
Great continued on negro all kinds of musical merchandise constantly ; ,
excitement still to prevail at \
South anil 'calculated to destroy the equality Berlin. slave, called Chloe, and her child George, taken on hand.Robert ", ..-''''' :': .- Jailor Duval county.* (ii
in execution as the property of Joseph B. Lancaster Jacksonville, May 13, 1848.tt* ', !'. &?ts:
tad. guaranteed rights of the Southern States. FRANCE. .. iV', ''ft
execution in favor of Gould : i VProposals
That Mr. \Vinthrup was identified with this The conspiracy y discovered in Paris on Monday to satisfy: an Merry's Museum, -
: \
Banks& Co. THOS. LED WiTH, for a Loan'l
fiction and had asserted for the overthrow of the republic and the A monthly periodical for Youth edited by S.G. '"
iroreover expressly on Juno 17, lS48. Sheriff, 'ke. "-"' I. .. : -, J2:; ..to.'
ttublislunent of terrorism has been
signally GOODRICH another of "Peter Parley'sTales. ..
the floor of Ccngresis views similar character TifiASOEir DEPARTMENT; : }t
defeated, the greater portion of tho wretched ." Subscription $1 00 a year, or four ',' .. .*. 184.g-1 .
to those expressed by the avowed opponents of promoters of this insane movement, are novA TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS copies for $3 00,in advance. Address proposals v V will: be April received 17, li1

the South. either in the hands of the authorities or reduced WHOLESALE HOUSES. G. W. & S. 0. POST, New York City. SEALED, of 31st March last under .: r'-.d f'
NEW YORK unt1l3-'P'-m.
to condition which mil not admit of their t
That with a 1&6wledge of thctc facts, Mr. a on Saturday: ,. the i7th; of June, 1848,for sixteen t:
being able to do further harm. .. Boxes &c. nillions-of .aolldrs bf
'Ctbell, represent mg a 'SOuthr 'St'te, fur the Louis Blanc, however, is still at liberty, although The undersigned, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS ', Paper .t nucd States stock, rembursable .; ;..r t
and WHOLESALE DEALERS Manufacturer' of all kinds Paper Boxes, BandBoxes twenty years from and after the 1st :. ';Vli; :
: purpose! fcustafamg a party ascendancy, gave there are strong grounds for suspecting LUPOUTEUS, are :
day ofJuly1S48 ,
Bund Box dealer in Binders bca.rmg1X? per cent interest ..
with the during with FULL STOCKS of all Papers, tj!
that ho
his tote anA was actually conspirators now prepared
influence to the election of Mr. Pa- per annum, Y.yabl.esemin.nnually the ,,
Boards and of on first .
and Box Fancy ,
the two hours he was absent from the National Goods in their respective departments, particu- Importer ;.;. .\::
; Winthrop as Speaker and thereby was unfaithful Assembly, on Monday. The strongest: larly suited to the wants of Southern Merchants.The per.. E. MEYER, successor to days January and Jujy of each year.' No'bid ', .r
will be received below
to the interests of his constituents. means have been adopted to prevent a recur- large and varied assortment which the CHAS. CLVDIUS, 150 William considered unless par; nor will any bi4b'i : J
one cent. thereof is
This of tho members of the NEW YORK market affords to purchasers, presents per r.tti: tl
charge befog founded an actual rence physical display by posited in,
upon J. some depository of the United States '
C. Booth Tailor :l1U
for choice selection ;
clubs. a superior opportunity a ,
Mil undeniable statement of facts, has not been at or before the date fixed for opening' the ,
The allegiance of the troops of line and National and on terms as favorable, to say the least, No. 27 Courtlandt street, a few doors below the > The bids in all pfovosals. : .
Del Mr. ,cases must be :
by Cabell r
but has been avoided andusuming nnconditionalxand ,
market. :
Guard is nII.lL La- other
fully depended on, as any Western Hotel. Clothing at wholesale and without any reference to the bids
that a cfcafge of Abolitionism had martine's popularity has been effectually res Merchants are assured of our determination I retail, for cash-towh'icli he would invite others, and should state distinctly thepremk ""t 11...

ran nude against him personally and iudividuhe tored. to please, possible, both old and new custom the attention of h'is Southern friends in( visiting umoffered. The proposals should besealed. \: >&< .

he cries out pcr.-ccutioir, and hoots at aLrge Advice from Paris of Thursday evening, ers. who are respectfully invited to examine our the city to call and examine for themselves and endorsed: ":frop slJ1s for Joan /1S48," and J S&'i 1'f.:
Stocks and Prices. 1
state that the city had been perfectly tranquil several .
not made.It to the Secretary of the Treasury;. > 3 Vi
luring the day. The number arrests amounted New York, Feb. 1, IS-IS.. DIG.:
Washington City! The sums which ? 2&V
is.sail that there is a certain species ofT& to:>00 up to that time. Blanqui and 'lotteJ by Premium Leather Bands; be accepted will be required to be paid to may ln. f L ;1 ij

which, when closely puiued, has: the I'Ttofdisco1oring some mysterious: influence had been liberated. Steam Refined Candy, Loaf Sugar, &c. F. W. WOOD'S Patent Riveted Stretched Lea- depository of the United States nearest th* 5 f*'l;
minister of ;
the water, and escaping iu the Gen. Cavaignnc has been appointed lice. R. L. & A. STUART, 285 Greenwich, corner ther Bands, No. 67 Frankfort street,, New places of residence of the persons respectively J #&?$

Huenes* thus created. This seems to be these war, ana M. Frouvc, chic prefect ofp of Chambers street, New York, offer for salea York. These Bands have received the first whose offers Il ay be successful; but the &moun'r&*',

\ assortment of Steam Refined Candy, of the accepted,bids from bidders not residing *
** with Mr. large premiums two silver medals and three diplomas ; tp
Cabell who ,
from attempts to escape' From the Mobile Herald and Tribune, 5th in,1. Sugar Pl ms, &c., of a superior quality ; also at the Fairs of Boston and New York.- in the United.Stages;niut..be deposited with the J ,*;*-t|

; the charge: : of voting for an enemy of the LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Double Refined Loaf, ,Crushed and Ground They run straight and present a sm'ooth'sur- ASSlStalt.treasurers! New York, Boston,Phil-' t1J,>

, &Ilth as the occupant of an important public Sugar, in quantities 'of five packages and upwards face on both sides.Grocers .. adelp a,.or New Orleans: : .. r' i &

1'&tion, by declaring that he himself is not an RAT1F1CATON THE TREATY. at as low cash prices as any other es To give an oppprtunity to all persons to par, \ &;r
tablishment. Sugar House Molassea in hogs &c. ticipate in.the.investment qf funds in this stock; i l! ft 5
lI1em1a and making a most indignant turmoil TheU. S.steamer Hetzel arrived at New Orleans heads and tierces.Wholesale Druggists; bids wIll be] received for Jhft) lowest denomuUK* '.- .iiion.bf "*,;

i tboutit. late on Saturday night from Vera Cruz, Are. hereby cautioned agalnsj i person calling oer.tificates authorized bylaw-beuiy ;":r r

: lio1r let us examine this matter coolly and bringing the ratification of the addition of the Clothing Warehouse himself an Importer of Paul ae Vere'\Flavoring for fifty dollarsas...weljfr higher sums.. ': :i 4; ;1

. P back to Treaty in the Senate by a tote of 33 yeas to 4 Extracts, &c. This is to.:t give notice I All.certificates .U4 ei'prie thousand dollars 1 }":i'
the original charge that Mr. Cabell nays-being,almost unanimous. This vote was C. T. LONGSTREET has taken the five story, have no Agents travelling, ana merchants; will be transferable on die books bf the trtaso* ) :

: :Tfc(
I 11,aemi-A.bolitioni'&t, and an undoubted Wilmot show the largest stock of Clothing in the belter address their orders to the sole propriet will be transferable on the books of thV' ,!1.

: flO'11Oi9t. As to his undoubted Wil- May.Major Graham was hourly expected at Vera United States, suitable for the Southern and of the same. They consist of every treasury,or i by deliverywith CQU attached,* tat i ':1; ,
being an when the steamer South Western merchants. Those dealing in known herb spice and choicest fruits packed the option of the bidd To avoid 1 :
; I1oc Cruz with tho ratified treaty er. expense, ; \J
Pl'Oriaoist, Mr. Cabell does not attempt a Uetzel left, and one of the naval steamers of the the article are invited to ball and examine in cases of one dozen-assorted if required.GEO. confusion: ,'. and multiplication
I eni&L As to his being a semi-abolitionist, we squadron was ordered to be held in readiness to the stock As regards style and prices, I .RAPHAEL, 345 Pearl st., Franklin sq., certificates with, pOijjattachOd will be for :, ,

; I 'e.Mr. Winthrop's acquiescence in the reso- convey him to New Orleans or Mobile, on his ar- challenge competition. Importer of English Mustard, Pickles, &c. the sum of one thousand do W& ?;.

ufeou rival at Vera Cruz. The successful bidders will ,be required t* tJ 1"
niX passed vitaiumovsly by the Massachusetts The English Courier it was said, started direct Fowlers & Wells; The Mexican War. deposite the amount awarded in five equal iastalmen fj

: Contention. We have his own language from Quretaro for Vera Cruz immediately PzjENdIooii-s PUBLISHERS, 131.Nassau st. Contaiiurig i L full history of its origin, and of .I \s in each of th'e inopths of July,August, 3 ;!
House he would ratification. ; September, October, and November, of the |
the present
Representatives saying after the victories; to, th'e, surrender of the capital f I
** even discuss the matter. We have his 'Vote CelL Kearney [says the Fr American of the Floor Oil Cloths: together with the official despatches, &c., thousand year, except for sums not exceeding twenty Jg; l ; '
'f 2Sth ult. is ordered to the command in the city Lcld. Illustrated dollars,where the bidder maybedev '
'dhying abolition the table ALBRO HOYT & Co. Manufacturers of Floor by Edward D. .11ai by f,
petitions on of Mexico in place of Gen. Smith, who is to superintend Just sirous-of making immediate payment,in which f
published by
_to Several occasions during the present the embarkation of the troops. Gen. OifCloths, 72 John street; have constantly. maps arid A.engravings.B. BARNES & CO 5l.John: st case the wh'ole amount may. be at once deposit- i --tf t!

. c.JCISlOnof Congress. We have him objecting Patterson, it was said, would come down to Vera on Hand a general.assortment these goods.tJ. ed. The stock will bear interest in alt..caseaf *; '

to**Utement I Cruz with Gen. Smith. from the date deposite. ... -4' 3 "I'
gratuitously made for him by I S; School NOTICE. The bids will be the Pepartment 1 t!
ArtbeU Great uneasiness was felt in the city of Mexico Agency. opened at Treasury --. 1

I that; he approved of the Committees with regard to the menacing attitude lately FOR furnishing Teachers; &C., Clinton Hall, No. PURSUANT to a Decree of the Court of Pro- at 3,p. UL, .on 3 t rdaYl the 17th-'o? \j j'

:. Cotgress reporting back abolition petitions assumed by the Indians, whose cries df Deathto I 5 Beck tan*street Circulars furnished on V3 County; I;rill offer for sale, June, 1848, in the presence o persons who \ a

; t Acting upon them, and expressly di*'- the whites-long live the Indians!" were application. Letters st be post paid.C. on the first Monday in July next;the following may desire to attend; but; under a provision, \ "

"'.lAg, heard at a recent bullfight in the Plaza. : H. ,WILCOX, Proprietor.- described) :.real"estate of Gran.. Baxter; ,late of introduced into the act pi 3itofjarch lasts D.o., !
: according to MtCabell's own state- : wit A tract or bidder will be bid
said courity-deceased : certain permitted to rithdrawJas *
: IDeat 26 1848 l """"" : }
:, ,1.D18uch opinion and of course implying CITY OF MEXICO 8o'clock,1L, May ,, J Brady's Daguerreotype's. parcel{land, situated in,said county,.known On all bids not accepted, the amount deposited \:

OPPOSite course ahd virtually saying that received the final ratification as Saw Mill Tract; and containing '300 acres in advance will be immediately;.returned., tU.: "
. I have this moment HAVE received the firit premium for three! successive dCC5SOUdiirUig..his whole bii i
e Inferred the Mexican more or less, and iri the occupation. of premium the a iOWJt ,a3rajd dput! | iJ.1
that ;
Con- Peace by
action should be had by bf the Treaty of 205 '
Broadway 'the be
years. of deposited first
forward it to It life ;time..f r th payment as part of the payment rtqvi J t<<
; Ij tlpon abolition petitions. So much for the Congress, and hasten to the you.25th at debts ot saici 1eeased. red in:July next jo" 5 ,.J.t
on -
;, 1'1ttve was put to vote in the Senate Daguerreotype Apparatus& Likene'sses.W. .. HOLMEg B. J. 1
evidence of Mr. Winthrop's hostility todcfeuec for and against ;. T. a WALKEB ,
stood 33
i' t\e 3 o'clock. The vote ,
South H. LEWIS 42 Chatham >>- Administrator of Own Baxter, dec. Secretary of thi Treaturtr.
: and her institutions. the Chairman of the & \v. street, opposite :
it. It was reported by .
Mr. 1Iun,3d1154s .4; April: 29th 1848. 117J :
Ca1tU. Relations on the 22d, Chatham Theatre ; ,
rests upon_two grounds: Committee on Foreign I

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:. ar v.I-JTlachnn"- Tax---i C lle to-r's. Si le. -A. 'M. REED' SOUTHERNERS' DR. TOWNSEND'St COMPOUND EXTRACT 'pleasure,in'tuu aeknbwlalgfot H aD4 <"iii;
,r' :TILL be offcred for sale at public outcry, : hand well Assorted TO ,THE CITIZENS OF:SOUTH CARO .mending' to the public. J. ,,
I 3 ip 1 t' in front of the Court House In the town HAS constantly ofGroceries on .. a ; LINA GEORGIA,: ALABAMA MISSIssiPPI This Extract is puLupwi quart bottles-it .M:D; MOOR; COl. of Grand &.L1 '

I.*. : -of Newnansvillc in said county on Monday the TENNESSEE, FLORIDA, six times cheaper, pleasanter and warranted superior Albany Augj 1844. Ita.

.;.' 14th day of August next,within thelegal hours Provisions, DryGoods, LOUISIANA, faALLOW to any sold It cures diseases without TO MOTHERS AD !JIARRIEDL '
.He: f sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided interest Hardware &c. viz ME to call your attention to one of- vomiting, purging,sicicening or debilitating the patient This Extractor S :l 'ma has henl Il,
I''u > in and to Crockery, ; and is particularly adapted for a ly
1 of the following named persons and most useful medicinesever prepared_ in reference.to fe i le C i '
,f .. : certain tract of laud known as tho Arredondo Superfine Flour, in bbls and % bbls ; discovered. It is not my intention to tax PALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The No female who has reason ta'spp 'lh
:- Grant, to satisfv and pay the taxes due thereon Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; you with a long and tiresome advertisement, great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla preaching that critical period, "the turn p..

c):' :' for the State and county, for the year 1847 nnJsal. Hams, Bacon, Pork, F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; but I lay before you the testimony of the most over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect to take it, as it b a rt cjj e."

\.; And all cost and charges. for the advertising Mackerel, Codfish, Salt, Rice; respectable families in the United States, most disease, it invigorates the ventive for any of the numerous and IiII re.
< ,* thereof, to wit: Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, of my certificates are from the city of Savannah, body, consumption cured, diseases: to %hich females'are subject L
: The undivided interest or portion of I>lood- Irish Potatoes; where I reside, and many from your own State, cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This l'erlOdmaYbed tlia
.. j-7: :good and Thos. Tilleston. Sperm Oil, Candles l ; where the Medicine is used with great and as consumption can be cured, several years by using this medicim. 'ft:.t t
*.!* The interest of Charles A. JarvisThe Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java. Coffeej tonishing success ; it has proved itself to be superior bronodiitis:. consumption, liver complaint, less valuable for ,those 'Who are ppq lt

:' .*. interest of Noah Jarvis: Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; to any other Medicine for the cure of cold, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spit womanhood, as it is calculated to-a list g
," 'I '.' The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised Fever and Ague, which it will do in the very ting of blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and invflt-Ult
'I "x The interest Alexander Muir. Sugar; ;. short space of Twelve Hours, it has never been hectic flush, night sweats, difficult system Indeed, this medicine is in"l

The interest of Mordccai Myer.I Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to fail to effect a certain cure. The or profuse expectoration : all the diseases to which women are SUbject1I{
U" ,- The interest of Mordccai )I. Noah, for the ; Medicine is a harmless and a tasteless one, : and pain It braces the whole system :

..!t -; ytxta 1846 and '47. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and Champagne which will make it the most popular Medicinein in the side, &c. ently the natural cnergies-hy reaJ
'.*:: The interest of Ichabod Prall. Wine; the Southern States. The Medicine contains have and impurities of the body-not so far atimar!1!

,,', ,-.' : The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. no mineral preparation whatever, but is a can be the system as to produce a sn&equcnt
.15"H: t46aw1'47. A ComfUte Assortment of Dry Goods harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters, cured. tion, which is the case of most medicines*
'.'. The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta this Medicine is a valuable preparation, as it Probably there never was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease tv fa
: The interest of John N. S.iycr. Ribbons; cures all cases in twelve hours, and does not been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF TIlE HEART 'p

..' 1.: The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting,blcach'd and unbleach'd; require any time to be lost; all that is to be as ths; ; it cleanses find strengthens:: the TURE AND DROPSY! .
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 on the NEW YolK,July,22 ] !.
.. .; the years 1846 and. '47. Cambrics Jaconet, Swiss: ,and cross bar Muslins; To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine,, lungs, and the patients gradually regain their DR. O\vsED-Deor Sir: My -.wite', .

The interest of Win.Thorn,for the years 1846 Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral usual health and strength. beennfilicted with a disease of the Wt 7 ba

"f.'r. :. z and'47. Ticking, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; preparation whatever and is therefore a.safe CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fifteen
r :'.* The interest of Jc.tn K.: Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine for those who are liable to exposure.I is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. She 'W'J H

.' % 1 5? The interest of Israel Foote. &c., &c., &c. beg you, do not let me have to tax you so number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breath and
:4'.. The interest of Jesse Delano. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel often with advertisements, certificates, &c. It I cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tering of the heart, which has been great IQi I
I rC The interest of Barnabas Osbtirn.. for the and whale. bone frames; has already proved itself to be what I say it is, The following was recently received tDn. tressing, and has frequently ,been unabJ.Tel'1 dit.I?
:.V' : years 1810 and '17. Hardware Cutlery-Knives,Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof is every body is recommending : TOWKSEND-Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed. The rupture was very' "
: :-'' The interest or John Rodman, for the years Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, it to be the only! certain and speedycure three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost every rwneT

*- ,:.. 1846 and'47 Tea Trays: ; for the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. When A 11
.', The interest of 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 health had taken but three bottles of your eicellttt'
", the of said Grant owner not known for Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles Humphreys' for Fever and and medicine she
,.. .r! map Remedy Ague, at all. After going through a course of medicine was entirely relieved of the djsp
-' the years 1846 and '47. &c., &c.; of course, to be convinced, you will try it, at under the care of some of the most: distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has alaiorttt
; 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 Planter regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared

0 ., If 40 and'47. Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. of South Carolina, who will either call on Doct.P. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere She has also had the dropsy, and ..
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;. :... THOS.. ELLIS, late: Sheriff Boots & S"1es-Men's,Women's and Children's M. Cohen of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much sVollen.V 0 had noideathatjaeewM
and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes, of all. kinds.A the city of Savannah and either of will be benefited the
; us give to regain my health, and after read- so as, such a comp eaU02iI
.. j for Alachua county. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure ing in somo paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved : I of diseases. But it has,as strange as i'Ina1'P:

; .. February 19, iSIS 6m _ &c.Jacksonville. ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear relieved her of the dropsy. I m ann
+. Vr In Circuit Court, ,April 15:: 1818. ly paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great good, and called to see you at i that this statement is so strange as to

EASTEllN CiRCUiT OF FLORIDA. I have directed. your office ; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is, nevertheless.,wS
: COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. WAREHOUSE OF Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you for your advice. I persevere reality. Your Sa 'parilh, is certainly ant.

_ 1 t ,.:'.- ,,. Anna MOrley, ) PRINTSONLY.No. summer, and which still continue, all the low in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, anti should be useLby'tren
i : : vs. S Bill for Divorce. lands are under water, which will cause a great able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that Kifferingas 3S we have been.

I ; : ;, ... ,.' John Morley. ) 56 Cedar Street New- York. deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations; it four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at lilertjtj
.' .. ', appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, I .- will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue'my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular dciuoiistntki
: : IT by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the : and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applying helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours, respect tuliy,
'" F r r JT1Ui'JD) (QN & l1mm
l' above entitled cause resides! out of the State of JLmmp, ; to either of my Agents or myself. Ask for know my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 JlltueJ.tC,

'. ;';;:: : },!loriJ, and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) JlUMPlIl' EYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange, Essex::; Co.K.J., Aug. 2, IS.1'

:::4.t Court therefore, 0i motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE AGUE. State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DY PEPSY.
,"..I'' .... by; James W. Bryant, ifcq,her Solicitor, No. 50 CEDAR! Sl'ltEE'f-the, WHOLE The Medicine; is for sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on :No fluid or uiedidiiiu has ever been diSCOftt
.. .. .(. It is 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 statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gn tricjaict
:t: ... and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Complainant of the Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit true, according to the best ofh knowledge and or salha imlccompoMiigfood and :treiigtheng
; :' : within four months, or the same will will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS. 'QUIMBY. the organs digestion as this preparation of

,) be taken as confessed against!: him. PRINTED CALICOES.Their Country merchants will make a handsome pro Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, 8lr :tl'lrma. It poMtivcly! cures every casur
11 ... ::' It ,further Ordered, That a copy of this Order present Stock consists of nearly fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, It>47. CYRUS BALDWIN, dys-pep: hOW ever severe or chronic.BAMJ .

...; duly certified by; the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &c., by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. : DEP.U: uievr.; ,ALI \,'\. May 10. 184J.
: 'r be published in some XeW'spaperprinted within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., DK. Tow.NSEAr Hirt I have been Vfflietrf
',f .: '.' the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively i patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in TJrugs, TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several years with dii-ri-ptia in ill wont

for four months. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines. Chemicals; Perfumery, &c.. Very few families indeed-in fact we have form, attended wilh fcournt-bs of stoiujch, l lai

J. ,.. T1IO. DOUGLAS, Judge. DOMESTIC.All 'SAYANAi[, Q.\.. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's ofnppctitCj cxtrtmc hl'rtLul'IJI and a gmt
11'.j 4;..... L, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do of which are offered for sale, for cash or Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and for ueth
:: hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at the LOWEST PRICES, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened and (what 1 could cat) I Lave been unable to rtUia
.4 ':; Order made and entered of record in said entitled by thePIECE VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a :binull portion on my bUnmcb.Itriedtli

.:: :i' cause in said Court, on the 2Sth day of OR PACKAGE.New OOUTHERNEKS following is from my evidence of its value, and is only anoth- usual iTiucdit-f. but they had but little oru

41 p March, A. D. 1818. Styles are received almost every day, C5 Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Craham- instance of its saving the lives of children: cllecl in removing lie] complaint. I was I indue
; WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set and many of them arc got up for our own sales, yule, S. c. DR. Tow s}; -Diar Sir: 1 had two children cd. about two mouths since, to try jour Eztnd
', .: [L. 5.] my hand, and affix the seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla the summer of.carsipnrilla, and I must say with little eon
to." "1 Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. IS Printed lists of prices corrected from Sir: I hand to ;you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint antI dysentery ; one was only 15 fidence : but alter( using nearly two bottles,I

: ',. April, ISIS. 4m day to day, with every variation in the marketare I Yrtitg, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and months old and the other 3 years. They were found tuy appetite restored awl the heartburn
.. -----Duval Ulilitia Cla lnul1ts. placed in the hands buyers. J Ague ; he is a man of integrity and his testimony very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed; i.nd would earnestly recommend .

:' mm-commissioned officers and privates Merchants will he able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up by two respectable the use of it to those tvLo hate beta
: ; TUB the and Yours When the doctor informed that afflicted us: 1 have been. Yours &c
_. Captains: Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- extent variety of our assortment when respectfully, physicians.: us ,
'.I panicsFlorida Mounted Militiafor, service in the .. we state, that the value of our usual slock of THOS. J. S. FABH.Grahamvillc we must lose them, we resolved to try your W. W. VAN ZAXDT.N. .
: : 183S-U who have not yet signed the necessary this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had 1>. Purchase none but 5udall'l' haveirnp.
.. ,' : years relating, to their claims.in the hands the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr. little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers that hide the bottle con.pletciv and bin
t r '. of the papers undersignedare, 'stelto do so: without our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used that is worthless: but we"are very the written signature i ol S.T. '1OV:\SEND.

,;, .".: delay. The papers to be signed are left with with the fact, that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal (Jtljc '. I 1'2G Fu1tolH Sun Bui1di '
,. ","I Col. Pons, at tho Post Office, or may be signed attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained. supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. write this that others may N. Y.; Nodding & co. 8 Statc-st.: Boston': Ijott)
: : at office. GREGORY YALE, variety articles, arc devoted wholly to ONE1 your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & soiis. 1 RC2: North= t'\(.l1I-.t. I'hiladelpliiajS
', ; my Agent Duval companies. will render the advantages which we can offerto to my daughter, according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON Jr. S. Hauce, lriirgi j Baltimore; l urcl & c,.

:,,, .f Jacksonville, March, IS.18. tf dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15, 18-17. Kichinond ; I'. 31. Cohen.: Charkitcn: ; Wright
.. ;t' ', our care that noav who visit our establishmentshall the course of thirty-six. hours, and her present L UNA TIC A YSL UM. & co. 151 ( hart res-jst.: New Orleans: 105S o.uli
: '.: '. Pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. lucet with any disappointment. state of health indicates a certain cure. James Cum llings, Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st. Albany; K Van Buckirk S92 COf. at
., MIXED PICKLES, Olives, Capers, AlmoJl1;;, Our assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &c., :K. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell's Island islhc Market and road-sts. Newark, N. J.. and},}

t :/r;;, "'r. Nuts, Rmsms; Prunes, Lemons.I' the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. Grahamvillc, S. C., Sept. 14th, 1817. gentleman spoken of in the following letter, : principal Druggists and Merchants generally
;, ': Fresh Lobster Salmon and Peas' in cans ; l're: I}. S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of RilE U.lJIA TlS'1I. throughout the L'niteil States. West Indies and
V .. erred Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa Lord & Lees, and late :senior partner of the original AG] XTS.-P. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston This i is: only one of more than four thousandcases the C l1allas. A. M. KEEI>. AgentJacksonville
I'\ .. i'. r_ Pastt*, Chocolate, Maccaroui, Vermicelli, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con S. C. ; T. J. S. Parr, ( Grahamville, C. ; W. .A :: of rheumatism that Dr. Townscnds Sar- Florid
.... Yeast Powders, Soda and Scidlitz do. nection he withdrew some time ago. has resumed Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. MeLane & Co.,' s.-iparilla has cured-The most severe nud February ISIS. ly

t ..I For sale by A. M. REED. i business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary .
I April ISiS. Judsoii, and as-siircs: his friends that the Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga. P. .\.Iobe, virtues
IL,! ____________________ new : HOLMES & CO
.. shall have the IaGral1ge Ga. Winter & ColumLus .
GARDEN SEEDS i Concern same pre-eminence in ; Epping, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sl'It.1.1, IS.17.
t' THORBUUN'S this brunch of trade which Ga. 'V. Root. Marietta Gn. 1'. Pxrick Salem HOLMES & CO have nmOfrcti
1 A. JL HEED. formerly distinguished :: ; ; ,,; Du. TOWXSK.ND-Dear Sir: 1 have suffered MESSRS. ,
I ;: ,' I the other two houses to which he be 1'tml1.-; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta. Ga.. ; J. A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism ; i of )lcrch'lU to the hr$'

1L .: April 15,1S1S.If i longed. June 2.j, 1817. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, :sleep: building formerly occupied by the United tatn.
I i ___ Atlanta;Ga. ; William Carr, Juckbrruboro.:: W. It. work 1 had the most pains and known as the juvcrnmvut Building.. 'Try
\ To the Clerk!;; oftlio Circuit Court : : or ; diatresbiug ,
,r AND) TUB SHERIFFS OF THE :SEVERAL: INVALUABLE Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burc, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. 1 have used have added to their tock, by the late orr'nai

i' .:: COUNTIES OF TIlE EASTERN CIRCUIT FAMILY COMPANION. yule, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien Ga. ; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla. and they have from New York u full n.-s rtcirnt of I'ry' Gcodi
Prescott, & Co., Black Creek Florid a Lightfoot Groceries. Hardware Provisions &C. it,
if; ., OF :FLORIDA ; done me more than one thousand dollars worthof ,
10' '; .:' :' AM now having a large number Blanks! SIX Lectures on Cm-.es,Prevention and Cure & Flanders, Macon ; I).Martin, 8:1.\muah ; Cnniiiiightni good-I am so much better. Indeed 1 am which they are prepared: to sell at robed
I ." I T printed for my office, and knowing the difficulties of Con l1nl'tin, Asthma, Diseases of the & Co., Halton, Ga, ; J. 11. &: W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use: prices.
'! ', with which ;you cannot but meet in getting Heart, and all Female Diseases. 231 pages, 28 Macon; 31. C. Williamson, :Iiavisboro, tb. ; Wm. this lor tho benefit of the aillictcd. They are now prepared to purchase Coticty

.1 ..: '. supplied with Blanks! properly printed: I engravings. rapcro ets.; bound 75 cents. hodges, San ers\"illc ; It. 1'. ,Floyd, Mit.'a..uopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES GUMMING Hides, and other produce of the country, at tLhighest .
II! I' here offer you my services in arranging the Mail to any part-pobtagb:: 9j cts. Florida; F. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida ; NOT WALK : Market rates: am! make cash ndwwn
I .. 't. form of Blanks for all who may: desire to Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. It. S. Baily, Laurensvillc, S. C. r f on consignments to their friends in Sarawak:
any is the
_ That Dr. TowuseuJ's very -
Mail to any part 50 cts. For sale wholcs-ile and retail by Sarsaparilla and Cha
- i ,: supply themselves. They arc printed at the postage. Inhaling le tolJ"'or Xtw York.
.: office of "The News," with a neatness and tasto Tubes, Silver, $3. by mail, letter postage. Abdominal }". A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville.A best remedy for thousands female complaints and thousands there of They have a new article of Wrought Irw
'J. \ which I have never hitherto seen equalled, and Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for nil liberal discount: by the dozen. no disputing ; : Ploughs-to which they would mpcctfullj call
:. weak debilitated females that
V Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb October &th 1S47. and were pros- the attention ..
..; at a rate which is at once reasonable and liber- trated those diseases to which females are : of'Planters.Jacksonville .
.,. al.: I do not mean by thIs, thai they will be and Weak Back and Chest ; sent by express TYPE FOUNDRY, subject by were soon in the enjoyment of robust Nov. C, 1S46. tf
::.. printed on the credit system. On the contrary everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or
59 Gold of Ann
.. I am >sly instructed that this though Rupture Supporters, give height from head to corner street, N. York. health. FORWARD & ALDRICH,
exprc ,
.b. foot and circumference lIE subscribers have taken the Foundry New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847.Da. .
of next the Type
_ .1' :: anciently esteemed apart of the Common Law : person surface T wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT 11*
I just above the hips. mention and will continue tho business Lately TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My
I .' of Printing Offices, has been superseded by Rupture, of Wand
conducted Robert the last been sick and in a greatlyr practice in the several Courts
which side. by Taylor. will very ,
it. Agents wanted for the sale of the They attend ;year
I gi':: :.? special statute interdicting The forms for above Address to all orders they receive with educed state of health, being reduced by a Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florid&WM.
goods. Dr. S. S. FITCH 707 may punctuality .
J the Clerks :shall be of the best style simple ,
) ; Broadway. New York postpaid.April and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by 7 ariety of complaints such as females arc liable A. FORWARD, St. Augustine.
nea.tand end those for the Sheriffs ,
.1L414& proper; 1, 1848. iy them will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnishall U > ; she got so bad at length that she was entireIj LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville.WM. _
1 1LI whenever copies arc required to be served J
kinds of Printers' Materials, of the best qual unable to walk, and was as helpless as a child;
will to much time and F. CRABTREE
so as save pains .
.1.: arrange OSCAR HART. Fifty Dollars Reward, ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in &1 ic commenced using y )Sarsaparilla, and ,
: 1t [ :: ; ffihlingupbywriting.Jacksonville. April 29, 18.18. tf WILL BE GIVEN BY THE superintending the manufacturing department. si ie immediately began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LATf.\
: JI' of h jr complaints left her and after taking severe Jacksonville Fla.:'
.: ,. undersigned for the apprehension Proprietors newspapers, who have not advertised ,
; Executor's Notice. 7L and safe delivery into the for the subscribers: who may publish tl bottles she is restored. Being a singular WILL attend to any business entrusted to:

SIX MONTHS after date, I shall apply to the _-,---. Duval County Jail, of the following _..--_-_. this notice for three months, will be entitled to ci iso I thought it might do good to publish it.- hands in any of the.Courts in the Eastern
,a Judge of Probate of :Duval county, for a negroes, to wit : Venis, a woman, Han- receive pay in type, on purchasing five times She used a number of remedies that done her cuit of Florida.FELiX. ;.
final discharge from my Executorship of theXitate .nibald, a boy, Georgiana, a girl, and what children the amount of their bill for advertising.Old n o good previously. Yours, respectfully, -.
I.., ft.; ; of James Roberts, deceased. the above named Venis might have horned Type taken in exchange for new at.9 cts. JOHN, MULLEN, 87 Norfolk-st. LIVINGSTON,
I- r.' May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS, :Zx'r. I since she has been absent, supposed'to be two per Ib.f I ATTORNEY AT LAW,

.,L STRAY COW FOUND. or three, and Ellick, an old African man. The Type with which the "NEWS" is TO TIlE LADIES., Jacksonville. Fl.

_ ; : rz HAVE found and conveyed to my The above fugitive slaves have been absent printed. was cast at this establishment. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.DR. WILL practice: all the,Courts of the EuUra
; cattle pen at my plantation. for nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS WHITING & TAYLOR, .,TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA is a sovereign -.
-- nC3.r Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848. 6m Successors to Robert Taylor. md speedy care for incipient consumption, and Circuit.AUGUSTUS I
ndarin, a stray cow, marked with an under February 19, 1848. 3m_ :ibr the, general prostration of the.system-.-no C. GILLETT
r&i4 bit and split in one ear, and a smooth crop in CLARK & LAWSON matter whether the result of inherent cause, ATTORNEY .,AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
:j the other and branded with the letter (X). Th, NOTICE .
& Tlpt owner is requested to come forward, pay charges FACTORS' AND GENERAL COMMISSION MER SIX MONTHS after 'date, I shall present my or' causes, produced by irregularity, illness or And Commissioner of Deeds of ti.State ofC4'

r4k \ and take her away. JOHN MclN TOSH. CUANTS1 Savannah, Georgia, tender their services and vouchers as Administratrix of accident. necticut,.within and for the State of FlcrpJACKSONVILLE
than its in-
b1e:: May 27th, 184S. tf to planters and others and solicit consienraents the Estate Henry Barnard, Jr., late of Duval Nothing can be more surprising Fr.a._
..,' on cotton, and all other kinds of country county deceased to the lIon. Judge of Probateof vigorating, effects on the .human frame. Per- .
.s: I } and lassitude from taking it CHARLES: COOPER-: ,
NOTICE. produce. They are agents for the celebrated said county for a final settlement of said sons all weakness -
ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they Estate, and shall, at the same time, apply for at once become robust and full of energy underits ,ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR At LA"

.- Mattair, latc-of Duval are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground : Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix, of influence. 'It immediately counteracts.-the Will practice in the several.Courts Qthe1. ",
FUv, deceased, arc rcqusted to oome forward and equal to Northern flour. They also keep, which all persons interested in said Estate, are nervelessness of the' female :name, which is the tern Circuit ofFlorida.Jacksonville : ..

:.; and make payment immediately. And all per- on hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns desired to take notice.HENRIETTA.. great cause of barrenness.It E F., Nov. 26,.164?. \.
r; eons having demands: against said estate from the Eatonton will not be expected: 'of UA in cases of so
_ are requested Cartright, Planters, ano BARNARD, Adm'x. ,
:.. .-2:: to present them within the time prescribed Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they sell at Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. 6m delicate a nature, to exhibit certificates of cures CHARLES H. PELOT;:'v
1 ;4; law will be forever the -- performed but we can assure the.afflicted that '
4 ; by or they barred. manufacturing prices. i .ATTORNEY.: AND COUNSELLo 1 AT_ U1!,
- ISAAC VAns, Jr., March 11, 1848. 3m NOT1CE.. hundreds of cases have beenreport& to us. '
t :' Administrator with tho will. SIX WEEKS aft .date, I shall apply to the DR: TOWJ SEKI>: My vile being grtCtly distressed Little River, Florida.I.. ''S
; j Black Creek, May 27th, 1818. 2mXECUTIONS Hon. the Judge of Probates for the county by weakness and general ili. r, and WILH practice in the several, Courts wj
Ltb -- -- WM. S. LAWTON, of Alachua, for Letters of Administration on suffering coutin ally' by pain and with cijier Eastern Circuit of Florida; bui ess.iflt1t
'4 '% : NOTICE.II FACTOR ,ANP COMMISSION MERCHANT the estate of the late Robert G. Livingston, de difficulties and having known: cases where youx: to his care, w.ill meet with promPt'attenti ,.

'Will issue against Guardians Charleston S. I ceased. JAMES A. ,PEDEN. medicine ]has ,effected great cures; and also FITCH "
ci .[,a of Free Persons of color who hnvo C. 20th 1848. JOSEPH W. .
not REP'F.J't.ENCES-E.' G. Jaudon i May 'Cs'r ; hearing it recommended for such; cases as I have ]'
paid the fees due this office on the 15th inst. Esq near JACksonville d scribedIobtained! a bottle of your Extractof ,'!AVBIO>'established himself PALATM,
E. F. Gov. C. J. McDonald
,) a; W %L F. CRABTREE, Furman ; Ga. C. M. BOOTS, Gents.,Patent Leather Sarsaparilla and followed thE directions as \tENEnAL COMMISSION idERCE'will
I Esq. Charleston S. C. HonV CONGRESS you tI J
) ')' Judge Probate b. C. Elmore Charleston S. C. ; H : do., fine, ,Calf. and, Morocco Boot!.,! gave me. In a short period removed her complaints Attend-to ,any businew,
'tF4 June Sdj 184?. It February, 19 114i, ." ; Porsaleby ".A1. :M: K'EED. r '!and f restore4her, to,.health., Beinggrateful" care .\,.itli.d pa.teh .. ,. .I > ... d
ly .: ,: I, 1848. .; '!.A :. '* ?' ? : < : *fJ .
April 1 for the benefits'she received, 1 take n.\\ber1"li.(7'

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