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 24, 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.
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' with the numberfeCondmied'anUlforbid ConsdtiioflftLe : ,: and sistfrsof hoseipersons .
-.Jtra I.ttiSt-i ente marked siat* of Florida. ties of the descendants of the *Axtec '
\ whose servicesTujjder that have ,.ar : ; I
it rr :rt'quifed,will Proposed and agreed to by the third'o i ral As- : them to the;land.therein act/may ehtitled utterly nfit for any civilizedpbtiiical or social '.
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wilibe'ch'ArM for all announce- ; acttoftfdfihe next General -i t I order or priority right, however shall our Congress t
r'PFJe U'iIorcandidate5' Assembly. euJ 1I of the .Thirtieth. C.ugi ii.4PuiuoNo. remain are determined to, interfere io '
declared prevent.the
for oflice.for51M01 .. ; as in that act; and those failing i
: 'JmtGtJre i : : $10 00 AN ACT to amend the'lSth Chtfese'bf 5th I I l the righfshall accrue :f\urth11'to'the broths.,. slaughter of the whitepopulatloiu J .Such mitrI : ,,
De.lllalbtorl and Creditor, : : 10 OO Article of the Constitution "of ihis 34.] I or sister or In equal I ference..will prove the inevitable 'precursor ofannexation.
state so proportions to the brothersand t .t
: N Xr Lifers of Xd mini strati on 5 OO1yS that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall AN'ACT -Ib-proTide ailditional exafulii'rs in I sisters of the deceased the I When the aid.afforded by "us Jo -.QJ

t $ S notice, will be inched gratui. bom their offices fOrferm of eight years the Patent Office, and fdt>other purposes. SEC. 2. And be further, as enacted case That may the be. the whites enable them to tnk a t" prvx ',,:

instead of iltjringgood'BehaVior. Be it enacted by the Senate and'Hduse'of Rep-. benefits'of.the said act/of eleventh, stanaaginst the Indians wVithjIrawn itisnot :}

" '\I.l n dmimable I personal Am nta. communications will,: SECTION 1. 'Be :it enacted "t'y fh'e ISiriah and !rtsentativei of the Vn'tied' States 'f*'America w'Congrcsi'dsserribUd. eighteen htindreft 4h'd forty-seven,shall February not'be, pr and.determined be.that thelattcrwfll be ihe Ies7ferocibu j '' 2 if'

: btirrHn Uiaivert.for Job rrintirrg. mast be paid on the House' of Representatives'of'the &ate of Florida That there'shall be appointed construed as forfeited by the privates and noncomm1si6n -: to'meet the ,xr the hostilities'former better prepared : 1

I. 0.rw fII le work., in 'General 'Assembly :conVened That the 12th ,in .the manner provided in the second seo- d officers-- who have been, or may follow' .such. resumptio which must tt
'lif\'f"'JI commu'ni.I's :' ht be addressed to"f Clause of the 5th Article of.the Constitution of. 'tion of the.act entitled,{fr An act promote the" be-itfbmoteU,to the grade 'commissioned officer The annexation of* : ;
I" : lIT t ulARD. posUge palil. this State be so amended 'as to.'reaU as ron wS :progress 'of ttsefbl arts,' and to repeal all'acts during their service Mexico,1: antf.who Yucatan to this Republic Effected the moment'J ;
: 'Gn.tlT1' viz: That at fiip expiralibh'bf present term! and rtiofacts heretofore made for that purpose -' shall have subsequently filled the condition of an fim soldier is'Ja'nded in that'Stat'l '

.JWo"'kl' '11.Jf.M. 8tea..p. 1i a I1l e'. of office'bf the\ ;Jufces'ljf the CircoU.Cfiiiri ," approved JulyTOurth, eighteen'Hundred, engagements:. Provided/ promotion shall with a view to,an /1nteriereIqin the stroezle' I >

II v with the.excepUbh hercIafteeret&vod tbe, and th1rcy J.t two principal examiners, ibid 'have been made $oseqnentJto:tJ ..brJg blacks.now ,dmg dn :between the, white" 'andth" -t. j\ ; .
BKTWKKJT Justices.of the Supre et t1't 1:fI t.1 M'-ttintcpMnibers,in..addition ta the nmn* al''organization of the eompnt11ji' ()1.
'a of the Circuit Conrts s ''bee1 ardr..1terin 'bep.oreuminers now employed i"th'e' t bt' to.whic .suCh.prit audndhcOtmaissionod V1. *.CT51"'ment -;|, With'JAMAicA, CUBA, #< VUCATAW.. the TJo j.;

VANNAH & PALATKA, FLA;,; of erglit redrX 'dhd ihall *fibra'ttiei it ;offices'fdip i: Office andHhat, rsafter each of the-prlncipal ,officer may have belonged. ofoldHome tetat ? will'Writ.h occupy a W ,on Ukeunto.that : I \I.
i exammeraemi'lo'ed in the Patent tnfce shall PUUrs Herculta ;
VAVOF that term, unless sooner removed iintt r tlfeprd--: Approved May 27184S..' ,
BY THE ST. MAfcYS'c. |G- Eo. visions made in this Constitution for the removal i rreceZfe to fttinual:salaryoftwehty.fi ve hundred ., on the West, Syria and Egypt on the East Italy a !: .
BRUNSWICK, ; 4 and Germania on the North. and Lybiaan'd .' .
;ARfE.t address dollars, ha: h'or the.assisttUit examiners an Car I -
BLACK CREEK AND Judges by or impeachment and "
lACKSOr.'rnLLE ; thage on the South,-and t
annual salary of fifteen hI dollars ANNEXATION..JAMAICA .' commanding the '
i for 'W lfUlnegl Ct'ot duty, or other reasonable : Provided ot.<
PICOLATA, Fi.bitDA.In That the to extend great Mare Inteinwn,she'proudly.claimed to be,, :
power patents now
." with the cWestoVbaityMailfe ?u"Sc hich shall hot 'Be sufficient-ground ,for II -CUBA-YUCATAN. and was !
connection the universally recognized as the AKrtfw '
board composed of the Secretary 1 \:
[ at Savannah,the steamer SARAH' impeachment, the Governor shall remove any. "of The Revolutions in Europe 'have communicated of the 'JV rld! '. .
c State 'Commissioner of Patents
of them the address of two-thirds of the ," ,aod Solicitor ..,
from Platka t? Lake Moriroe, theSfftjfclEtagw : on new vigor to the cause of annexation in this ICotrespondence .i ...
frotuTibola tb *t. August4e General ASS nibty; 'Pi' tided however, That the I of the.Treasury, by the eighteenth .section. I quarter of the globe. The continental' .,

! &i1R {rom Black Creek, via fccwnansville cause or causes shall be stated .t.'l ngth' in such I. and the act thi approved i-six July respecting fourth,the eighteen Patent hundred.' 'ijf the old world, compelled to keep all their powers at- of the'Chariest on Mercury._ i
address and entered the Journals of' Office .
! and Columbus to on I tentidh and all their BALTiMORr
ffiator Mineral Springs resources concentra- Il\Ia"y2i\h 1848. .
t h ll hereafter be vested .
solely in the Commissiondr'bf .
ed That the cause ; -: ...
IIouse4nd.prol'i further, tedjn resisting the alarming"encroachments "
l' of times have
1I&h&see. !. : I 'Patents and when Strange come uPon
or shall be notified to the intended i ; an application us. The,
'. o. tnt-t. CN LTY. causes Judge so the popular will at home necessarily ,
i Ma MULGE are compelled -. Democratic of .
, "o ":r N. Kto.WM. to'be removed, and he shaljl be admitted ida :made to him for the extentsipn of a patent accordIng to leave their distant colonies to take strength .theco'tmtry lies beyond ,
. .MATTJ1EWS, : to said section care question in the South and'yet at the
eighteenth apdt&xty Democratic .
his defence 'before :
-. heirfnglh any vote
GASTON '. j. HEBSAKD. pwn themselves.: The latter, suffering under the Convention no Southern 4
for such removal shall and In such given thereof, he shall refer the case to principle ould ; 1:
TUESDAY pass: cases the
hese I v 'S v inah'every neglect, and still more hurtful experimentsand be maintained while
packets the principal examiner having charge of the everything waa yielded 1
the vote shall be taken by and and .1t to
at 10 0 clock and ar- yeas nays oppressive legislation of the mother the
MOBMNG,. coun- to North-even its
SiTCRDAY class of inventions to which said prefrdic were ;
for the Mall Stages to entered the Journals 'of 'each''House respec- ', case belongs, try and fearing worse cointtd:
Se Pictlata in time go who shall make a full report to the said Commissioner changes are casting about and positions of acknowledged important tot S ;
trough to Aogtfctihe before hlghfevery tively. for relief, for an asylum, for safety. Those rich the South affecting its whole
of the said 'case and policy andiadirpensably ;
k SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judges particularly European colonies the .Islands in ; :
and Monday. our nighbor. / to its social
'Tknrsday whether the invention or improvement secured j necessary system al the,
first u.nder'thl amended Constitution ,
leave Palatka every TUFPSAY and appointed hood, natu.t"J.lIy"look to this great Republic as' existence of its domestic
Returning, shall be divided lot into four classes. The in the patent, was new and patentablewh tin'patented very instituthms, wr* .
by r
above their most available friend and
touching as ally
FWDAT MORNING, at 70 clock and thereupon the Commissioner shall protector, smothered at the shrine of Northern expediency ,
first class shall hold his their office officesfor ; i ;
or or in'case they are cut loose from the old while'our
nations rights were .
dki. sacrificed
refuse tine extension ef said at tto altarof
grant or
the term of two the second for the patent, _
boats. in'Coinplete years, to fill whose coffers to repletion they haVe beenso
sU a .
Isiriiresswre party triumph.
arc '
They the same and rules that have ;
term of four the third for the term of six upon
furnishefl'in every respectJ years long oppressed and trodden You have but refer "
and handsomely upon. to to the
Border governed said board but no shall be proceedings of ;
the fourth for the term of ; patent extended .
eight JAMAICA the
communde by gentlemen of well : years years. great English West Indian pos- the Convention, M published and
are for term than .
i a longer seven particularly
the route and their pat- [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional ma- session, where so many Englishmen have to the remarks B. i.
Sowneiperienceon accumulated of P.
SEC. 2.And be 'it further chatted That 'here-. Thompson of New J err ,; "
jority December 22 1847. Passed the Houseof ;
that attention will belaid fortunes to spend at home has been
i as urctl every seydneofthe most liberal defenders
are of .
ifons 'kft r the Commissioner of Patents shall requirea Southern 'If'
and comfort of passengers, I Representatives by the Constittrtio'nal majority utterly ruined and prostrated by the Emancipation rights in the Convention '
tVtLe safety (of I
, fee of one .dollar for recording any assignment course mean !i'"t
of freight. January 6, IS48.J Act. The white 'population is the Northern
lto the careful handling among Democracy to
grant ortJOnVeyaflce/of the whole or ,) ,
AGENTS: April 29, 1S4S. 'flm_ ; any disappearing from tills beautiful and productive the utter indifference to our ucertain1
of the interest in letters safety .
: Savannah.ilDeLorme REDUCTION THE PRrc part patent, or power island, and the blacks are sinking deeper and tire devotion to 4 '
'tyiokj Tuppcr, IN 1W of attorney license to make or use the things .. party triumph which governed .J.
Darien.ftFriedhnler celebrated Remedy for th'e patented, wnen 'uch instrument shall not exdeed deeper and worthlessness every year every move tipon the political chessbpa fcj.'Af* :.

-Brunswick. Fever and Ague-from Two Dollars to Orie.= three hundred Vords; the sum of two dollars of their emancipation. Farms .are being sold, ter speaking* of his opposition.td the. Wilmot i. ,ti:

John Bessent, St. Marys. The following gentlemen are my authorized when it shall exceed three hundred and broken. up, and., abandoned, and where brpaa Proviso.aM his abhorrence Abolitionism, he '. :.1.

: Fernandez & Bisbec, Jacksonville. Agents, and have the genuine for sale. shall not exceed one,thousand words. ; and the i iI and teeming fields of, rich cane once delightedthe said: ," Jut Mr. President, should this monstrous .il-

1.Coy, Black Creek. I Orders from any part 'f the United States, I sum of three dollars when it shall exceed one : vision, there are now only rank weeds and proposition of the gentleman. from Ala .

faxCooley, Picolata.E.HReiJ will meet with prompt attention.. AddreSs,postpaid I thousand words ; which fees shall in all cases I wild vines. To complete the misfortunes the bama '{Mr. Yancey) prevail) I do very'much fear t.;}

Palatka \VM. l1'UMPflREYS,3r:, be paid in advance. planters of Jamaica, the reduction of the sugar that.the efforts of this Convention will b un. '(
ILafitte&Co.; Charleston. Savannah, Ga. i SEC. 3. And be further charted, That there I. duties has compelled them to compete with shire profitable and fruitless. Let th .D mocraq of .,. '
X.B.-Goods ct n gned to the Agents for- shall be in aforesaid grown sugar.. Despairing of all relief from the North be told that their de1eg&tes'are: ; ."i.
appointed two
AGENTS Messrs. Marston &Brothers Baltimore -
nrdetl free of commission. Freight from Sa-1 clerks I England, the whites'of Jamaica have awoke to sent home for that cavse and what will be theiri'
Dr P M Cohen Charleston to employed in copying and recording
Maryland ; the immense which .
advantages would to ? -
irannah and Charleston and all freight accrue response And further tie
p'A "that
way and in. other services in if
the Patent office says
I South Carolina T C Risley, Hamburg, S. C. ItS who I them :
annexation to this Union and theyare that
painful is .
question decided in
the : ,
Jupble by shippers. shall each be of I mode j
Bailey Laurensvilhj S. C. T J S Farr Grrthamville paid a salary one thousand two '
; seriously agitating the 'subject. We alludeda .
September, 1847. tCiNCIR'VIT doliars proposed by the gentleman from Alabama' the
-- S. S.; B R Bytherwood, BeanfAri-S, C.- hundred per annum. I few days ago to the opinions openly avowedin death-knell Democracy is sound ed ita .'B. .
'Srfc. 4. And be it thdcted That : mourn \
cotJn'. R T Patick Salem, Tenn.;J S Walker. Madison, > further the. that island by the "Despatch" newspaper; ful peal will ring through bur whole Union
ElSTESS ClRCDIT OF FLORID.CO OF Ga.; W K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.r8hottrell & Commissioner of Patents is hereby authorized and in further proof. of. theexistence of this and the hitherto ; ii:

ST. JOHNS: IN CUo(. CERY. Gilbert, Macon, Ga.; J H & W S Ellis, Macon, to send by mail, free of postage, the annual reports feeling,,we refer to a'communication. in our paper lion-hearted and unsubdued unconquerable will be Democracy found ,Jt
The Southern Life Inluranc & Flanders Macofc Ga> of the Patent Office in the same mannerin ad :".
) I Ga.; Ligh root Dorsey of to-day, signed "AI phs/" written by a prostrate that a child may play.with it whose
& ftnrt Cumpauj \1 & Ivriott. G 'iffin, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta which he is empowered to send letters and gentleman just from Jamaica, who has Presided roar kings have trembled to hear i- t ..i"i.

to use Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose Ga.; William Root, Marietta Ga; Cunningham packages relating to the business of the Patent there twelve years. And what monstrous proposition do' .i

teed, [ & Co., Dalton, Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson, LaGrange Office. Next in the class of petitioners for annexation pose it was that the gentleman from' Alabama yon sup. .

f!. j Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; ROBT. C. WINTHROP, comes, that brightest jewel in the'crown of had asked ? Nothing more than the .. : .
Augustus Poujaud. J vII B H Mitchell, Ne'wnan, Ga.; Joseph Griffin, Speaker of the ifonse of Representatives. Spain, th'e sentinel'of the Gulf of Mexico: the of the Batn.b rners, .who made their : .
been made to to the sati-; I Burke Ga R II Barrett ReeSfeville Ga. .. G. M. DALLAS. politicalcornerStone !
hating appear county, ; ISLAND OF CUB Wedded, as the people of this the Wilmot Proviso '
faction of the Court by Affidavit, that the I A McLane & Co. Jacksonville, Ga; M C Wiiriamswi Vice President of the United States and rich Isle have been,.to the, Old Government, pional legislation in some form for, the or congres* :t.
Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed i Davisboro' Ga. Wm. Hodges Sanders- President of the Senate. prohibV ; :.,
; whose mild and paternal dOiniD10U11'1i the early tion df slavery in territories now .
in the above entitled resides Oat of the ville Ga W A I Louisville Ga. W A APPROVED May 27, 1848. existing or ;
cause ; Hay ', ; history of the colony, contributed so largely to hereafter to be acquired. Mr. Yancey denied ; .
6t&te of Florida. and out of the United States Carswell Savannah, Ga.; P Martin, Savannah, JAMES K. P6LK. that! prosperity which has since ripened sucha that they were to be received as Democrats who .: .,

on! in Cuba; ttk cf the West India Islands, and Ga.; J A Sperry, Houston ounty, Gsu; William degree ofluxuriance. that even the exorbitant made this the "COrner-stone".ofthejr .

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On motion of C. \V. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for ville, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darie, Ga. J B AN ACT extending privileges to American vessels Spain, 'cannot check its growth, the chief weightof I could not exist and for which I they profeaed they : 'I;.';

eonll Complainant-: Cole., Black Creek, }Florida; F A Poullen, Jack- engaged in a certain mentional trade and sustaining the expensive and corrupt dynasty .to have,severed from their former associates the ':ri:

It isOrdf.Ted, That the said Augustus Pouau gonnlle, Fla.; J Wright & Co..New Orleans, La. for other purposes.Be Which succeeded to the throne of Frederick and Hunkers; And that was thd rntnstrous'proposition .- :I %

J"ud <\ others lie required to appear ahd an- April. 184. 8.. yIU.IPIIREYS_ Jr. it enacted'by the Senate 'and House of Representatives Isabella, has fallen upon.Cuba,whose enormous that was to be the death-knell ofDemo.- .: 4

'*er sai-1 Bill Complaint witbiu frix months ---STATE-- OF FlORIDA : of the United States of America in contributions to the treasury of the Mother cracy, and this is'the Democracy to -which the- ";. .,ij

or the same will be taken as oui'c!sed againsthim. MONROE COUNTY. Congress Assembled, That it shall hereafter be Country have preserved its Government on South are asked to give adherence and support. : 4.

Benjamin Megin 1 lawful for any steamship, or other vessel, on being I more than one occasion, from utter bankruptcyand The rejection of the Barn-burners was voted '. t. :
It is further Onh'rciJ.:That a copy of this Order, duly registered in pursuance of the laws of downfall, But strong are the old affections down, and they were admitted with the

tluly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published :I Thomas mVsi Taylor Philip' i- In Chancery. the United States, t'o engage in trade betweenone and ties of Cuba for the Mother oun- kers as delegates to assist in the e Hunt.'r of.: :

in. some newspaper printed within the I and James, Filor. J JFT j port in the United States, and one or more try her people are not blind to the present un candidates in whose hands the destiny of the :, 1

Eastern Circuit of Florida] once a month conse- Sawyer appearing, to me by affidavit that Thomas ports within the same, with the privilege of curtain aspect affairs. When the old household South should, be placed, to.tbe extent of the in ". ; J

ttttitcly for si x mont hs. JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the touching one or more foreign ports duringthe is about to be broken up-when its foundation flue &e. of the executive patronage at leaat.., ,. .

[ISipnwLJ] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the voyage, and land and take in thereat merchandise shake?,Tin'd its turrets topple-when the They were admitted,* too, after proclaiming la ,
PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of saId Court and their baggage and earth around is cracked into the Convention :,
State of Florida and that the said Thomas Taylor passengers, gaping chasms that they had sworn eternal 'v.-
uo hereby certify the above to be a true copy resides in Europe, and that the said Philip letters and mails. Provided 1'hatall such ves and many a proud edifice is seen to sink into hostility to tyranny over the mind of man, and ; ;
?f an Order, duly made and entered of record resides in the State of Mississippi, sels shall be furnished by the collectors of the the fathomless abyss-it is time for each member therefore would never co'kseht that their free1 .

to the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth Sawyer It is Ordered That said defendants! appear ports at which they shall take in .their cargoesin of the family to take care himself to look labor should be brought ii contact with slave .:..;. J

11y of August A.b. 847. and answer the,said bill, otherwise it shall be the Uni ed States, with certified manifests out for a shelter and a refuge. The Cubaneros labor in any territory where it did not now'ex ".\.

p. ii. DUMAS, taken confesso. setting forth the particulars the cargoes,the are not, more than the rest of humanity devoid ist under the sanction of tile United Stated-. : '

Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. It is pro further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- marks number packages, by whom shipped, of selfishness the instinct of self-preserva There was no concealment b'f their "corner 1

-"an--7,_IS15.. --__. lanifCm der be published in some newspaper printed in I to whom consigned, at what port to be deliver- tion. They see clearly that Spain must go by stone," as it is termed. PrestHh King of N.Y. P1;'F

In Circuit Court the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month I ed; designating such goods as are entitled to the board, like the rest of the Monarchies, and threw it into the very teeth of' the chivalrio* t}

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas drawback, or to the privilege of being placed in then they apprehend a fate much more to be sons of the sunny South, and with no mincing J: ;.]

Corxrr OF DUVAL: IN CHANCEEY Taylor, and once a week for four months, in warehouse; and the masters of all such vessels dreaded, or rather, far less desirable, than that of words, but with'all.the boldness and zeal of !i ; ,

Way MOore ) reference to the said Philip Sawyer. .. shall, on their arrival at any port ofthe United annexation to their nearest neighbor, and fanaticism; and yet the whole of the Texas delegation 'f i";,

TS. [ Bill for D votcc. JOS. B. LANCASTER, States from any foreign port at which such largest customer, the United States; The threat 2 of the Maryland delegation, 9 of the"- : 1H.

Henry Moore. ) Judge So. Circuit of Florida. vessel may havu touched, as herein provided, made by Lord G. Bentick, in the House of Commons Tennessee delegation; aijd lOot. the Kentuckians -.
conform to the laws for the Cuba in satisfaction of the voted for ; ;
providing delivery to their
TT appropriate reception, and they It'er '
having been made satisfactorily to Titos. F. KINO, SoL for Compl't. : by affidavit thut Henry Moore the appear defen- Key West February 19, 1848. 9m manifests, of cargo, and passengers taken on English creditors of.Spain, has justly alarmed received. They did not act in the Convention, "Ii!
tan t.named iu the above entitled resides board at such foreign port,and all other laws the Cuha, erlt. The fate of Jamaica has impressed but it was their pleasure hot to do so,'because 1'

wjond the jurisdiction of this cause, out of NOTICE. regulating the report and entry of vessels from them with an 'awful dread bf English government.1 they thought that even thus much was hot concession tJ. f.
Court MONTHS after date I shall present my foreign and be subject to all the penalties have : enough to'the
Uu State, and in the State of New York there SIX ports, They J consequentlydeibera. spirit of !. 'The I
fore,on motion of Yale Solicitor accounts and vouchers as Executor of the I thereit 'prescribed. .. ted upon the advantages of annexation to the whole North East and Western tone"'of:the ;t

roriaid complainant Gregory Esq. Estate James B. Roberts, deceased, to the : SEC.' 2. And be further enacted, That all l United States; and the agents 'of la /pow rru Convention was: thus anti-Slavery; and whea I i .

It is Ordered That)the said defendant Judge of Probate of this county, for settlement I self and their cargoes,'engaged in the trade referred party organized for that purpose are now in a park of the' delegation from:Alabama and the 1, -;
Ld answer the bill of of said appear and allowance by him; and at the same time, I to in this act shall become subject to the this country, with a view'of bringing forward whole bf the Florida delegation fu8ed"to 11 "'f $4

Wint within four complaint the com-will shall apply to the said Judge or Court; for a provisions Of existing collection and revenue and. canvassing project. Sd 'warm is their low their votes to be changed oas, to make i.

be t&ke as confessed months him.or same final discharge from my Executorship of the Jaws on arrival in any port in the U. Sta.tes- solicitation On the subject, that they are prepared the nomination unanimous,'or even to pledge; .i r.4.

it isfgOrdered against That of this Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. Provided, That any foreign goods, wares? or we understand, to advocate the tender of a their States or themselves individually' to nr J

4 duly certified the, Clerk a of copy this JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the merchandise taken in at one port of the United large bonus to the United States, to' induce tig support, unless a platform of Iprinclp i {s'ahOu14 'i ,

lie PjlUshed' in by printed within Court last Will &c. of Jas. B.Roberts, dec. States to be conveyed in said vessels td any to take them under our protection. As much. first declared which, the South might turn 4, d

the f tem Circuit some of newspaper, week April 22,1848. 6m other port within the same; either under the if not more; than we give for our' Mexican. possessiOns with safety, they were not even sustained'by ;' 1...
Florida once a con- '
Srtwely for four provisions of the warehousing act of sixth Au- already captured by our arms;' the Southern delegation f''in an attempt to'pas :
months. '
Brought to gust, eighteen hundred and forty-six? or under Cubaneros. are! willing td. give as. a marriage resolution recognising the,right of the South ; Jjil
THQ. DOUGLAS Judge.I ON the 20th inst a Negro Many the laws regulating transportation coastwise dowry to ,Brother Jonathan to induce -him.towed to remove to the'territories}with their' slave .

bycertity OSCAI HART, Clerk of said Court, do here- t. calls himself JIM HICKMAN, and says of goods entitled to drawback, as well as the beautiful Queen of the'Gulf.. 'property'-free froni the control of ,Congress or
the above to be a correct copy of anWer he belongs Robert Stewart Marion -' will to the territorial legislature.' The fa ti:
entitledto be
any goods, wares, of merchandise not 'What portion of our..family willing reaolntjoij'yin,
made and entered of record in the above county, Florida. The owner is requested that 'all not strong enough''In it.ielfto
btitlej drawback, but on which the import duties accept the tempting offer I Assuming p.Te.secanty;to '
cause in said Court on the tenth day of and take him : 1 f
to come forward, pay expedses, the Soutttj but accompanied .
chargeable by law shall have been duly paid, sections of our Union are/nflueneed by:selWh- by "reporti
t-'ll&CJ', A. D. 1848. away J. A. BARBBE. JailorD. C. think.that, would have answered.' But'weakas
consideratipuB- it
to ierC8t-by'lOcaI
, Ijl shall not become subject any impost ," was,1'it it f.
L.&) WITNESS WHKREOF.die I hereunto set Jacksonville,April 29, 1848._tf reason .of the vessel in which they may arrive 'the'North at l least must perceive that its resour'-' not 'sufficient that it tended to a re.cogxiiio* of the. 'tQ

nr Court hand and affix: HART seal of said DIGEST of the Laws of having touched at a.ftreign' port during the I ces'would be vastly nented"ita'strength 'institutions of the South"tO prevent its b fad. '4 \
F OSCAR Qerk.wuary THOMPSON'S For sale by voyage in pursuance of the privilege given in increased-by'the addition bf Cuba to this Con.. 'pied bv the IfortK and thatit rear inexpedient a ,

1 19, 1848. 4m April 22. A. M REED. this., ., federacyi The North would have the carryintrade.the >; "as-a' mattef of polity! afldfngKt defeatthe'pa.riy J (

.with nwnufactures to deprive it of support at the South.' 'Alabama. '
.it -'--- Approved May 27, 1848.PUBUcNo.. supplyofCuba :; j 7)t"
:; ALACIIUA HOUSE. I J. B. CUBBEDGE b r. and the agricultural producls'not raised.in. ,; GaFlordaandAkthiiiivotingIjth'jf.. I

: TIlE Subscriber having purchased the house 60Z SELLER AND STATIONER, 36.] Ihailsland and tEey would getinreturncheaper: firma.tiTe' :and MI80Ul1;Jti 'ppJ. 'Kent. :1. : lh

I &
b1.J. n. Pearson Esq. at Newnansville, Btllle Luff boro & Butler's Shoe Store,) act'to raw, for.a':hnutedtimean additional: would reLveUttls anyjadv.antogef. mthe,..' na'voted Jn.the"activeand'Yirgini after )"'
interest of aTaluable t n Sn'd denigration until' tl r. 1
will be accommodate Boarders Savannah Go. military force .an'd,JorJ therparposeSjVap. measurewbilstj the agricultural I every i .
l. ready -' :: this regionmightbe:-seri- State had fbteJ joined1 ini 'the Northern"- '
JJJ wellers aaer the 1st day of May 'next, Orders the will bo proved eleventh,FebruwyTeight:en hundred product'or -ttt' ,
: rr from country prompt.ly and'forty-seven.;.. "' dusl/affectea by1 it. Ti great West would profit ,: of'" ezpedvmcy'&nil.fvoted against tb>rwolotlonf "J
JJJ Jopes by his exertions to mak his guests as the lowest p '
filled .
at prices. Be it enacted ty the,.&nthgn4.ouseOfReJ1usentajveS lar'gelfIbi the annexation of an Island where Thenijfnbnty report was:reidin fonventlo ,
Me as possible. It has.good stabling, March 11, ;., lyAUCTIONEER : find a ready..market. and the wh6IeCbnventibn'clj'Jftnged'.16
chief. .
1.Qd,. attendance. of,the United States ,of Amerltf9.:1 in'CofficiJbnnbledi'FuA its. products will always dfeirjreitherthe t'
rote hostler always GEO'm: M. GALPIN. 'c H A Ii Ti S 'DEWAAL: i J theterm t relatives,?? ; But the.wealth of the whole Uuionndconsequentlyfair I facts rsta'ed'iij'i "1Ji'tDe-right of ti4 3f.

entitled :itssparts w would-no doubt, I Utht a Jec1aratioij ofcip1 i' rotecdT t
& emJItbm ,j. as used.in theninthiection of the act ; ,
rilieAptill5,1848. > -' hUmeflftor4Utry b4f' by adding our territorythis ofitihiititiitf ;H OtVOicOWj3'0i OtaIdbi i
CK80NYILLE. R..Z.of ?.Anct tq'iraiseijfot a, promoted ms! j
I ;; j
I J3r SAI.ES.Jrt the Count/j itided toree,aiui forjotlic* jmrposes'f? rich and pductLyIlan4w It'1. fir;9 1l 'ai8ed ; btit .uM'r 'j
JP 1tNtI to and any part '' .. approved: deven. &February;jsigltfeen! Wndrednd ,ot.o" :re h:; 9J. ..more, ..hi67ht' "ther< tf' m&7d to
rcspeCttDU'IOUC1ted; .
..Sity('r Ezqusa4 KT'fcRT DascrnrTIq.-al this Ota. !. o J Jacksonville May 6, 1m. /.oi- f forty-seven, shall be considered as exten q l l i vm ftg iii "t t d'-dt"fl', : .p.M 'I'a me ejij camp4 I

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( and looked to the'great Democratic party with whom if we"-were' tocaalesce, theresnlt f(: ) &.:'SAN Q F.Yf&.JtES'o.t.U .L ,
*' .:. trherd: the immediate matters in hand, and so surrection has taken place at Seville, attended ciple, "be'the&eetiou with the .*., a *fc A ,.0..1, i.i'i"IO":..
.i t* : Southern rights were postponed with;I suppose, with a great loss of life, and,the French jour- i as otie that ould r .acknowledge: these -would tl1eu.'Cnss, and the jW cannot,better.ozplatn' Deposition ,. .
.1 Slavery
uauffi"ct'ent'unto the day is the evil thereof.f. "- nals lay all the blame to Sir,Henry L. Bnlwer. principle!,of'the.extepsionof C
/ .
pied by the
,;' lj.. constitutional rights % .. :;; a pprovn1 by people'ofj the maladministra- minority of the Committee ;:
': :, .decidedly anti-Sonthern was the tone of the Spain breaks with the best and sincerest friend : on
nstitute the Democratic tion Wewholwerevforthe take, "
Polk to
And so these seven men ortrr g lutiqnsthan
..hif"a: Convention, that Mr. Moses, of Florida, (who she ever had. Her own internal peace and ;publishag33iJi'A.vcn ,' t
asa cnndiaate. Presidency the slave holder
.j Toted 'for the resolution) attempted to make tranquility will not be promoted by itTHE partyor Florida -They say that the have no of antislavery convention__ upon the_ occasion of his oeri r l

:'i', ,wt'.; tome remarks, and positively could not get a principles ,,of the Baltimore Convention, "con to Henry offer Clay'against, ..another principle slaveholder, Gen.- their. :.. eport. ( Tg apint,,it.i,'i h' to ,
t' above the din of confusion ) I
,1 "' hearing until he managed*. NEWS. stitute a platform broad enough for all true Taylor. There is no reason to believe whatever dignified,, claiming: for us no more than' .:
ay Cannot the representative ] b t
'. '..,; Of a Southern exclaim State have a hearing for the purpose 1- Democrats to stand upon, and narrow enoughto we may think of the safety of Whig principles i. dae';-F and: solemnly! warning the comDllttee' 1

t ;r, .J' of changing his tote if he desire to do so ?" JACKSONVILLE, JUNE 24, 1848.DEMOCRATIC exclude all those,who may be opposed to the as a whole, that the latter is not as safe a I the consequences'of their sacrifixiag' '
; ; candidate forth North and West in the matter : Je
.. this secured him an attentive audience, and af- --- principles of Democraticparty." This to'lD medat
!f. voted in great st r _. of slaveryas; the former. Both wer "rVjrgin e policy. We congratulate
d.t; : ;stating that his reasons for having sounds well, but we cannot perceive that it has ians born. Both are slaveholders. Both are South upon!)her having one such .
of'the at first were that he be- able adtoaf(
'aVor proposition "'
i' :; c :to cau se: TTeTsHouldTilcethe Kentuckians reared.1Ye; Clay"1Phigrgftbe" :
'anyrefei : 'of her
relieved it to be the sense of the Convention 'rights.The following is the *
t ... and did not committee t 'give'tis superficies of this North and West, must be dumb. ,_therefore. onthat resol l
resolutions '
4.t.. : .hat the'orlginal report -point." f *t "' reported by the niiaoHtycommittee, ; : T. 1

II ::; eovtr the Southern constitutional ground, and platform in square feet, and the number of : ,Resolved That the doctrine of .;
If TAYLOR is thus objectionable to the South ,non-iatef
therefore he considered additional. resolution ,
1; : that Democrats It :will.hold, and whether'it'is: .much'crowded ence with the rights of property of porS '*
:' ..'. necessary, he rang a few more changes what shall we say of'FILL.\ ORE. That he was of the people of this any i
of their august seven confederation '
the be
\(. in this equivocal way, showing why he had by presence in.favor abolishing slavery i in the District of. States or in the Territories by itUrtt rtf i
-'c: thought necessary to vote as he had done, and NOMINATIONS.FOR selves. Do the'' .mean to say that it is not good the any other '
t : Columbia, we formerly never heard doubted. parties interested in them, it is the ?'
that the
,', ,: concluded by assuring the Convention Democratic doctrine to demand what is our publican doctrine raised truest -
','. manifestations of feeling exhibited.lur.t That his casting vote, President of the Senate .recot3 by this boJ : i:
various GOVERNOR OF own? Do they pretend that it is hot Democratic ,Mr.YANCEV.\ Mr.President I luSrtl.
'. the ballot, and during his remarks, convin- would bo given'agLins! a constitution for a newsln.ve ; J
ing > the
and of the snbj'ect
the States importance
insist upon the of great
that he had voted right GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. to equality -inatter ]
:" ced him more than ever ri
Territory or admission of a new slave bodied in the and -
report resolution
;," ") ond therefore he would not trouble the Secretary to insist, upon the right of slaveholders to emigrate Jutttrid'by C
I will be
,.:.!t. to change the record. I mention this an with their slaves into public,territory 7- State, no one can hesitate to believe. We ask'I addressing %
\. of the entire subserviency FOR CONGRESS: the attention o'f FIoridaTWhigs to the following I
; ecdoteas .I
think and
The people of Florida did not ,: support of them. They are whit'sincere
"'.; : to party policy and Northern taste on the Slavery WILLIAM P. DUVAL. remarks made by Mr.:FILLMDRE the House of! desire that the action presented '
?. churned of the.Democracy.. of the. Union.to makea ? upon"them. 1
i' !
question, Representatives in.1835 on a.motion to print a tend to promote the.haxmony TJabove 1t
t.:. "t No candid man who witnessed the temper of public acknowledgment to that effect. Thiswas the party ; 1t
"i : ,from Rochester .V.m..Jjejust, 1 hat nq& &$'
to abolish. in
'i.. the Convention, or felt the political pulse a$ FOR; PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS evaded, and now in the opinion of the com- petition :shivery objection to the t ,a 1fO< ,
for a moment doubt that the abolition FAIRBANKS St.Johns. the District of Columbia. At that time resolutions'adopted by the'iiaOf
Baltimore, can GEO. R. of Democrats in sFlorida. political the
v mittee there are but seven ; jority.of committee. As farad Lappear
t 'fever is increasing at the North, andt : they gy &t.-.
v. ::4e: that both parties are pandering to it; it is the CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden. .... abolitionism had not been called into' exist toy me.tp! be'correct.. I tooka ""via.1 3t
ncc. What must be his sentiments: when part !nframtng.thei and in *
which leaders on with this and now modelling the '
: ", common ground to political JOHN MILTON, of Jackson 'County. We are disgusted shuffling, resolutions 'the oH
:- _, '' nither side direct their eye as the goal at which twisting and turning to disguise the plain hon supported by a powerful party 1 r in shape which they an ow\
r It is at presented,,,as any other member of the commltT
.e victory is to be foun present Mr. Fillmore s idIt: was unreasonable
.i-: a party : WHIG truth. The Madison resolutions were repudiated tee. resolutions
est 'however
less not"enough
.'. i I called Wilmotism or free territory, or some that memorial should be printed and preserved : 'ra.r 1i
;.\. repulsive name than abolitionism; but a few The press and materials of the new Whig at Baltimore, and there -no'concealina I among the documents of,the House. He r and the 'resolution reported'. ,1 br> tie' i

;{ more conventions like the past, and a few more paper which have been so long expected, haveat the fact. It was left then to' the people to.1 disavowed'most'unequivocally; now and forever minority the we desire may be added forthported 00 ,
by majority. '
'" .: campaigns like that before us, and Abolitionism length arrived to the exceeding joy of our declare their wishes. But does it follow,that it I any desire on his part to interfere with the I,
7"' readily avowed as Wilmotism is at the what' termed When the only resolution reported j
,h : will be I rights, or was the.property of the by theta: ,
the first for them to swallow''all the declarations
.. ..; .. present hour the feeling' is spreading at the Whig friends. We understand that was necessary citizens of other States. While he did this, he Jorlty upon the slavery question was adopt' ,-

.:. .- North with fearful rapidity, and neither party number will be issued within two week, and they had made before? Was_ fill this: conceived that as a citizen of the State of New it covered: the question a s pi esented at that&jf, tt 1

..' : dares to repel or even disaroicit! Every hour that: the journal will be called "The Florida,Re- independence and patriotism, and .resolution York, and a'member of this House,he was inter The democratic party were then eminently jus\" .

.+. t. gives it new strength ; and while tho South the is publican." It is to be conducted by Mr. COLUMBUS exhibited at Madison, to end in smoke? Were ested in the claim to property in'man within the to the whole country in adopting it. Ken," ft f
the of party it forgets District of abolition and faction sought to fl
t bent upon success Columbia. lIe referred to the effect enter thefeda.
: .. safety of its institutions, and unconsciously! DREW, formerly of Washington, D. C, all the eloquent speeches th delivered. ,but which was produced in the North by the adver- &l temple; and to disturb the harmony of ha ia- l

s lends a suicidal hand for its own destructlOn.j .- From the acquaintance which we have form mere Irish blather;or high sounding gasconade? tisements in the papers connected with the pur- mates. As worshipers at its sacred fane,jpa ,1

j '... ': ". Would that every citizen could sec the workings ed with this gentleman, we feel at liberty to Were we to be again taunted by the North with chase and transportation of slaves: The pea have driven them out. You have solemnly des ]

I 'l of a convention, would that every Southerner ple of that section of the believed slavery lared that there is no power in the federal
r manifested to promise his Whig patrons an able and energetic have made another chivalric demonstration of country ruv 1
., .::. could witness the deadly hostility to be improper, and that it should not be tol ernment to interfere with the question of si!*.
10' t .' their institutions by their Northern brethern would advocate of their interests, and for ourself, an marching up a hill'and down again ? .Are the erated. This was a great national question.- very in the States of the confederacy. It wai, J

... +". .:rt. and, painful as the truth might be, they opponent courteous, dignified, and one who Southern people to be perpetually walking up- There was nothing in the memorial which should: no light thing, I grant, for you to say so, and to' f
:', confess that, unless some immediate the fell, firm of will keep our hands full for some time to come. on stilts, for the amusement of their less ambitious prevent its being printed and placed on the files maintain the position of our friends at the nurtt: t
: i decided etcp is taken to check spirit of the House for future reference. In the conflict which ensued,
hear at the South ti Welcome then, to the field Northern brethern ? We trusted 'not.Wo .- Whenever many a nobli 1
long has been sacrificed
fanaticism we spirit but
,:" .:. petitions should be presented here from the ; the truth hi
..' .. ,';, the cry that resounded through the French hoped that the declarations solemnly uttered. slaveholding States of a different tenor, and triumphed, and you have triumphed with it-: t 1

: Chamberit is too late !" THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.If which advocate There are now few so hardy as to that .
... '. by the Democracy of Florida, were not soon.to might the establishment or con- avow tin t
.. ; ...:- ---- -- we were indignant at the first demonstration be retracted. We hoped that at- the tinuance of slave markets in this District and doctrine is wrong. Driven, then,from their ". c

Ir. )'. 7 Days Later front Europe. made by this little oligarchy, we were disgusted present city; if they could satisfy the people.or other sit ion in the federal temple, the great enemta I

t ';', ; ARRIVAL OF STEAM-SHIP AMERICA. at the second. In the Floridian of the juncture they would remember all the many sections that this was proper, he would treat of constitutional equality and order have takes i
t interests they have at stake and abide their up a new position the frontiers of
t.. made the from Liverpool calmly petitions with respect. He was willing upon the con-
'M 0'. r_ :s. The in America 10 days. Her dates passage are up to the 3d 17th inst., appears a long circular letter to the the course of events. But the Central Committee that each party should be fully heard, and that tederacy-upon the borders of your territoriei 1j j

i' ,'. ; corresponding committees of the several coun- each should have the of in the bosoms of which lie the incipient.
riots privilege
; : lost At the time of her sailing serious intoxicated with the maddening excitementof spreading l
had taken place in England between armed assemblages ties, signed by seven members of the Central their views, before the people generally.MR. ments of many a State yet to be added to our. ,
Presidential has
J I I' canvass, sought to drag galaxy. There they meet our pioneer emir,
i1II of the Chartists and Repealers on Committee. The object of this letter; as avow- grants and if their doctrine ,
authorities on the the Democracy of the whole State into the dangerous ; is to be maintained. :
.r..'. the one side, and the English ed the committee-to obtain the of will welcome the '
.... other. Business was entirely suspended by opinions arena. But the people are not to be so WHITNER'S RESIGNATION. they laborer from the norta,! a
.' the in relation to the Baltimore nomina- and turn back the laborer from the south. Your
'. '" throughout all the manufacturing districts. people hurried onwards into a blindfold struggle. We Immediately after the appearance in the Flo- nominee entertains similar views.
.' Mitchell has been convicted of treason against tions, is a good one. Our delegates, acting un- t
i bide our time. idian of the resolution said to have been vnanitfiousjy [At this point'the gentleman from Alabama
British Government and sentenced to fourteen -
the der instructions from the Madison Convention
.. transportation to the Hulks in :Verm.dzJ. adopted by the Central Committee, Mr was interrupted by a delegate from Pennsyl:
I', years had refused to concur in the nominations. The BENJ. vania, who desired! to know in what the Tiers
I .. TAYLOR AND FILLMORE. : formerly a member of thesame .
':. In France the surface of politics appears people of this State were therefore unconnectedwith committee published the following card of Gen. Cass differed from the resolution reported -

t. somewhat more calm. There is a lull, for the the Baltimore machinery, and were free to The nomination of a no-party and no-princi in the "Southern, Journal." We by the minority of the committee?J .Ic.Ii

f. : moment, at Paris; but Lyons is a prey to all do as they listed. It remained to ascertain the ples candidate by the Philadelphia Conventionhas own we were I will answer the delegate from Pennsjhanw.-:

: ;.' ... the violence of mob government. The Provinces taken the old Northern Whigs completelyby greatly astonished at the apparent acquiescenceof Gen. Cuss, I understand, holds that, while Con ygrebs t

.. are in a frightful disaffected state. The wishes of the Democrats of Florida, whether surprise. Some of their Mr. WHITXSR in the resolution, and we are cannot interfere with slavery in the t

grand National Fete took place last Sundayat they would refuse to support the nominees of a journals preservean truly gratified to find that the views of so distinguished States or Territories, the inhabitants of a Territory k

a. = the Champ de Mars, which of course, rendered Convention that had refused to acknowledgetheir ominous silence,-home gl"mnble-and some a in accordance while!? yet nirlcr a' territorial government (
gentleman are with
.>'. ;t the Parisians happy for the day. The Deputies openly declare their determination to defeat so may inntt such regulations will exclude c
rights, or would abandon their
r :. of the National Assembly: assisted at the position mongrel a ticket. In Massachusetts a Conven- those of the Democracy of the State, and not slaves from being held in such Territory. The: t

I' i'. solemnity, which, however, did not include the taken at Madison as premature and unnecessary.To with those.of a body of seven, self invested with minority of the committee hold that w bile 'il t
i' tion has been called the
... dinner to about 80,000 guests, as intended-the ascertain this was the duty of the Central for purpose of organizing arbitrary power. such a state or condition, such'inhabitantsns* t

d' : banquet. part of the arrangement having been Committee. in defence of "their principles!," to meet at ; similate themselves to a tendency: in common! i

i '. .. ;. relinquished as impracticable.The Instead of immediately calling a Convention Worcester on the 28th inst. The call says: I My appointment as a member, of the Central Each has nn equal right to enjoy the territo'iwith ;
Democratic Committee
by the late Convention
and the already his of Their
Assembly government-for rights property. sovereigntyas
\ ., '". this committee isues its "The Whigs of the Legislature have recently at Madison, in the
: 1' ". the two powers have exhibited unmistake- first imperial ukase tothe declared appears published proceedings a people is in abeyance. They possess lit'
to the
?' '. :- able signs of being discordant bodies, and not Democracy of Florida, commanding them to bolt attend the country, success can ; but I find that my resignation some six tenancy in common, under the rules and reja: x
party, only by sacrifice of whig weeks has not been made the '
ago, public by
: co-ordinate authorities-the two branches, i the Baltimore Convention horns hair and nil lations prescribed by Congress, and h\Te.l11):
u : / principles, or some ot them, they do not mean Committee and that I ain still
supposed by ma- : f
i. call the Legislature and rights of sovereignty until they meet iucunveution
which we can be !. *' *
: : and by implication making it appear that suchis to thus succeis.u' ny to he a'member The Resolutions publishedin 2
.', executive of France, for each aims at being to frame constitution preparatory
:. the will of the But it found itself Believing that the support of Gen. Tajlor'snomination the last Floridian as "unanimouslyai1opterf';
people. soon -
I'.. ', both-both had no sooner crushed the movement is admission as a State into the Union. Jnthat
of than each in hot few required by no obligation of par- I by that Committee, made me desirous to have stage have undoubted to establish }* g
,- of the 15th May, they'g'm water. Probably a Democratsin and that to they an right
fidelity in it
.... ty acquiesce would be it known that I am no longer a member. The
to contend for the mastery. The tio.nll.lh-: or to exclude slavery as an institntion 1
: the immediate vicinity of the august seven.grumbled the abandonment of principles which We hold Democracy of Florida i I
.' much a respectable und not before. Before
as that neither
insists keeping as power Congressnor
.. aembly upon little and ventured to that most dear, treachery to the cause of Freedom ,
of the late
.w body Baltimore
in its hands. a suggest Delegates Convention the e
tj.N. is compatible with its functions new and the inhabitants of the Territory can estabtfish
.. I utter of the
prostration interests
"'f : The executive committee require more power, there had been such a thing as a :Madison Convention Free Labor o( laying dO''ln'the' principles upon which or exclude slavery l from the Territory. It e:
and the Rights of Freemen the
.' ; to maintain order, and to keep moving the Out comes this circular letter requesting dersigned call a convention/., &c. un- they that agreed to abide by, and support the actionof muse be permitted to exist, if it is not there b f J
A part of these.Delegates the of individual C
: wheels of government. rights -having attached -
advice and expression of opinion, but this is The Tribune, which has always been'one of attended and took such course, no doubt, as property ,
r. .:' AVe hear from all quarters that M. Lamar- to it none of the political weight gmnf
I' .. ':. .' tine and M. Ledru toWn will resign:: and that not nil. It enters into a labored defence of its the ablest defendants of the doctrines of Whig- they thought right. They will be expected to to it in the States-and which can only beret 1

i '.. the new Executive will be formed of Marra&t, course in relation to the Baltimore nominations.With I gery, groans aloud at the defeat of CLAY, and report From the their action, and their reasons for it.- vived, if the inhabitants! choose, on admi.s!oli "j

.:. Arago, and Marc, some report Cavaignac, who, the personal opinions of the Committeein the abandonment of line proceedings published in the newspapers into the Union, to recc0aise it as a Mate insti
of it
Whig that
i' we have already said, has assumed the Portfolio every policyto appears they declined to unite in a tution. D

..: of War. From all the observations we arc enabled relation to the nominees, we have at present availability. In the' anguish of its feelings, unanimous vote for the nominee for President, I will not argue this point further. It is said,
little to do .,and they will probably have but lit who had received a vote of two- hir
I to make it appear to us that the National it says : -as they however, in what are your rights involved by

j ::1 :... Assemoly, elected by universal suffrage and vote tle weight in forming the opinions of the peo- "For our own part, we shall take time for,re- did President.do for the But candidate nominated for Vice this issue? In what are you injured ? In this:

..: by ballot, although decidedly republican, is nevertheless ple. But there is one paragraph in the circular flection. If it shall appear.to us that the support -' we have learn beyond this informal report, your nominee proclaims that the joint tenant Jt
to the
much more conservative than demoer.lttc. of Gel yet grounds upon which of such Territory can set a slave free who is
.. .: letter which has particularly struck our atten Taylor is the only course by which they acted.
'..' I the election of Cass can be prevented shall taken there, and this body refuses to tale l .1o
-# r ;.. The intelligence from all parts of the Continent tion. It is the following :- feel bound to concur in' that we.If on Upon this state of facts, the Central Committee different position.It .

: becomes daily of deeper and deeper inter- "We invite discussion among the Democrats. the support. announce as "unanimously adopted' a resolution E
J : ; contrary, tho developments of the next few is proclaimed, then, to our emigrating p0-
create new complications I We call them to examine the and stating, the nominations of LEWIS D
Fresh events
', est. upon history
: days
; prove that the Free States tire ,now pulation, that if they remove to such a Territory
V of in the North Europe have character of the nominees without CASS for President and WILLIAM: BUTLER for
The hopes prejudice ,
ripe for the uprising which must come sooner or the men they may meet there will free their
been realized. The Schleswig holstein satisfied that they must and will receive the Vice President, meet our unqualified approbation -
not yet later, and which.this nomination has done very :' slaves, if they desire to do so. "But there u
:'. dispute remains almost in statit quo. It :Is currently zealous support of every true Democrat. Every much to &c. If the Committee have any report or the 1I
precipitate, why then ne are ready.- ju'liciar.rS.18 one. True and in such an
,. -... reported in the first political circles, that word and syllable of the Baltimore resolutionswill Our communication from our Delegates: to Balti- ,
?.. present impression is that tho time has not event, we would have to rely upon it. But
Dantzie and Stettin their more, that warrants them in saying this it is
of perhaps meet
the severances hearty approval They presentthe -
quite arrived-but we shall see. what sensible man with a small property win
Ia, from Prussia may be expected. The German time honored principles of Democracy.Those .- proper that the Democratic party of Florida leave ;
land where his 0
a is recognised
Parliament has assembled at Frankfort, the principles we cannot desert. We can The above intimation is fearfully significant."The should know it. If they have not, it is discour- 'and both property
protected law and ,
choice of President and Vice-President, Mr. support no man or party which does not sub- uprising which must come sooner or later," teous towards our Delegates to forestall such to emigrate to land where by public public opinion opinion is iz-, .tlLi

!t y. Dugerne, the Hen minister and Mr. Soiroa scribe fully to them. We support no man who says the Tribune! An.i. independent organization report. Our Convention confided no authorityor cited against him-where societies, under the
has confidence. takes the of AVe be control to the Central Committee this and *
inspired great name Whig. are not to deluded ,
,, ,The Emperor and Empress of Austria, quit. by new and false issues,' which mean nothing against the South is threatened 1 And yet their present action seems entirely extra-offici influence nominee of such opinions exist to aid as are his slave avowed to escape by ttc

"w ted Vienna secretly and unknown to their min- effect nothing, and which, if successful, Southern men, with facts coming thick and fast al. Nay while this Committee' in conjunctionwith your out of, his, may reach-where juries are tote

isters on the evening of the 17th inst. Pollos- would bring into power men and principles sub before their eyes, slumber oh 'the volcano, and theDis'tri t Committees were empoweredto formed from such societies-where judges art

''., borf and his colleagues in the ministry issued 8.proclama.tion versive of the happiness and prosperity of our dream of fat offices! fill vacancies in their own body, or in the to be appointed by your nominee if .elected"t to D
: the fact that We know of nominations for Governor member to ,
announcing adding people. no compromise. holdno Congress t
a be President
who to his
the Emperor had taken this step from motives fellowship with Whiggery in any disguise. That Gen. TAYLOR is not near so much to be or Electors,no such power was given in regardto are adjudicate, caseJ.7 Practically '
w will do
Certainly no '
prudent man
% of health. The ministers stated that they had i There is no middle ground. We, must be victors trusted as.CASS upon the question of slavery so Delegates to Baltimore: then the 'advanced : I

deemed it their duty to despatch Count lloyoc, or vanquished under the venerated principles vital to the'South, :we are convinced.. ,Although t ,I am unwilling, therefore, to be supposed to nominee-and, ; by not opinions negatived by.this body bY'or,r': ,tiA In
the commander: the National Guard, a trustworthy of Democracy. We know of but two parties slaveholder the unite in"an act of discourtesy to any coordinate titI
a we have fearful .of presenting the great democratic party':-jo
: man, with the urgent request to dispel in Florida. The Whigs have their candidates : example! body-deriving its power from the same Convention : will take of settling
from the south the
_, the apprehensions of the people, either by the and WQ have ours. All who vote. are. either CLAY before our eyes. The ono was a man of -in an act,which'would seem to invite, these fertile and will privilege make it cols! C't

.. Emperor's return,or a statement of the.reasons for or against us." powerful intellect, and yet_ even this he prostituted if not produce a division in the Democratic plains,' Slate

.:'ei which rendered it impossible. Count Wilseck This rather out Herod's Herod. The impudence to the appetites of Northern'politicians.? ; :-- ranks of Florida. I hope. no such division will ly Ineed the property.not be told of the that'thejudiciarywill laborers of the free be oar
tad been sent to make the same, request to the ensue from this hasty movement, elf lcw
y of the is The other is without upon proper shield. I have read that
a man somewhere once..poa.
i; .archduke. The ministers were evidently alarmed thing stupendous,-gigantic,- : political principles, and ,full 'iri( rmo.tion tho nomination of

r, f'' and completely taken by surprise at this Titanic. We had thought the Committee had blindly set up by a party burning to obtain Gen. Cass can'bo auPP'orte d by the Democracy a time theDevil'bargained with a sensualist Cor
I his soul. When the soul
xp: 1t unexpected event, and pledged themselves to exhausted its stores of this material in the adoption power. Such an one, deprived of his veto power of this .State, without compromising. :"rights his'Satanic. majesty'called was for to b. delnrup ie

preserve order and to publish to the people of its first resolutions. But this trans the creature of his party, would.inevitably; and interests: vital to, the South, which we jxoldto" phical sensualist however did not given with '
r whatever communications they might receive be.above all party ties considerations** !
F11'ti .tt9m. heir departed monarch. Some endeavors cends the whole. A committee appointed by become.its passive,instrument, and .helplessly shall, heartily .r joiana or co-operate in. thatsuppor out a."sruggle ,He threatened: to enjo>ittnt "lP

e ; ;. were made to get up a cry for a republic, but the'Madison convention undertakes to denouncethat witness destruction of our rights. That the l But:the South. ,has:too much at staketo prceeding The,Devil gave:"it etp bu b P

the National guards threatened to hang the rioiersand convention. proclaims that the principles Northern Whigs anticipate''thls, we'JlaTe' Llrea:; act'with any 'precipItation. Let the Democracy desp.: :, ,ehancery/was and to-gaiLs1 waste .

t '-.i they were arrested. The joyful 4n- laid down by the Democracy of Florida be- dy,many. .indications.. 'We'give. the 'following) g have light---have"timfe--no'fearofthe: : point,' : ''h' me'r; : never .
received the
afternoon the i
formation was on of result. Let the whigs'i f:they will;fall down to
;"tytl- 19th, of the approaching return of the Emper- fore the sitting of the Baltimore convention have extract from the N.Y. Express, (Whig) formerly wOl'Shiprand be crushed under the Juggernaut And.now,a. word 01 so asvio jou pJq1} f I

: ;; .or, and that evening the imperial palace was since become.ynew! and false issues," and that for CLAY. f. of party; but Jet., Jhe,Democrats of the South rarely touch upon policy when I

.surrounded by thousands waiting his arrival. all, who subscribe, to them are Whigs in dis "Because the Southern-States have demanded know their?rights,""and lend wing re maintain ople! is atrstake.jButj from:* hat' J.h f:

_. >' t'-; ; Lombardy the war continues undecided; This committee and insisted upon having,-as'a sine them.",sr'i / ,,4'I ]tENJ.iiWB1' NER. fierer pl y wi decide our vote on 1 ,;
qua non a "
: :. t _In Spain singular event has occurred. ,The guise. very, appointed by the candidate forthe Presid':= -June 12th, 1848 t. It:" (i fH"': tion. e' demands than'ouado: 4

,: & eirrespondence between the Duke of:botomayor0nd Democracy of Florida in convention assembled, tension of slavery/the Barnburners havd naturally { > .-. I /'.., "' ,,;'H ..1 ., 'resolutio>u-;Firs .,' uctiiuso I'ij : 1.s

Sili,Henry Lytton Bulwer has led to the dismissal -' terms,that body as an assemblage Whigs in and,properiy'enough'8eparateUftom4heir- .' eVer 1eri by being ''st--Ir -'o.a ,1l
v r: of that gentleman from the court of Ma Southern Donations fo rnd.-From the report of the mely experienced e
a disguise!. And for,:what? ,Because they.took colleagues upon tlus'-Osingt principle relier conimmeelof New "' ; th c
: drid., :He. received his passports on the 17th ult. of very-bllt as our Southern ', YoWciiy'appears; tir Martin 'V ; wiia g
r; a noble and independent position in relation to colleagues that the total cash donations for Ireland' "BnlD '.
ando : whieb
Hith, ordersto quit.Madrid in 48 hours; have demanded no such':pledges from'our amounted dg.htogrt financial, ... ii
th.ehrights which daily and to:$171,374 24, and the donations irit bread- had 'of administiitIaalobeun '
were '
; didate;;and rather, on the contrary; hate;given .l tIt
tacked. ,Because they valued these rights: aboveall us.a' man'pl dged not tovetothe! act.'or'Congresa iprovisionsandclothingltot$7a65O! :55 ; : PQP as. arid. that the "dem'ocratic psi' .
; .
242Q42.9O. untof '
the Spanish government, while our own papers and determined'to ; (even if it.be another"ordinance like that ;.rTbe "'Fq, freightspat4 had become brokenjuuder: the issue, did i notre -

If are*.,disposed t o censure.,Lord Palmerston. Afoil price were : .play .into whioh'perpetuated'theedoinin the New. Western by tttcrBfUish, government on articles sent trey ,'but fearlessly) and cfI1 appealed5tow* ,Tetit
I the hands of no.partiwh '!questioned.them. fm.t; i is nntry;for. $teCrelief; 9f Ireland ko!
,, :explanation: will/ no doubt be immediatelyIA territory,) no duch separation1 is tt&essary"fbrusJ .C x and sber second .thought pea eland Dt

C!!; ,Parliament. In tho mearitime aq.in, i I.Because'-7 '. .'the.r fJ"fr8'D. m.':ocrateby::, ,'. //71.faith, ;and'prin. and eared,!:'no 'eoalito&| ;"ltlt iJJ& 1B &.ti.. otlan. C1 was 427 JJ r2 }?PRardsof I .$210-,+s .l eminent;was.:the triumph after-events hart ail ,

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.' a P principle to secure your success 1 identity the welfare of.the country.bears,to the .::rut DPJ) nm, io'i'lie- hero 'f r t v:.'111 .. 1. '*& ,&jvf tr* "*!"*'* .
4*IOcb over the States. Let me enumejjtrjfjJchusetts great Democratic truths upon which! our.'prmci- the United'States.! **" H..f f T "f: i )' .L" NOTIDEr1f'l'S. : .. .fUI. "(vs H.w" y- gS6 Tb ; '
Rhode Island -j. ..1 t- :' ''' H ): x J'.':(' .i' !
Jersey, Vermont, Delaware, Maryland,, pIes are based, it behooves, the Republicans,to 5 INC. 2.] i nfci Uiukrthi- .Fion& .Rrnsec OcCtt patio ..I1 tt*OJ. iAi.14tJiAugvltt "184 to.t) 1f .:.: j.. :tom r.,>

ecbft1ina Kcw Tennessee, Kentucky Ohio, forget all minor differences which may hereto- "The Whigs of Cuyahoga county:5 Obide Permits wereranteit for'Stttltrntnt""' r on Lands tcAtcA. :went not surveyed tM ..
electoral clare Gen. Scott to be their first choice and express dates Permits. \ : 11\
M Sites. They cast 105 votes. fore have existed, and thus promote the common ojjyxh :r t

.r.J ki'tcannot: be otherwise than whig at good, by preserving entire the union the their unabated confidence in Messrs. C miA J\pdTiCE is Tiereby i givtn to- ii.. cfossof a" licants''abate mentioned that time .plats of the !

4 ? The w hies,abolitionists and b.trnher and Giddings They adopted a series' ot'stNng. iT( :roUoingd ccibed)To"shiP'ihael.Yi certified dud returned.by".the 8u !) t; ,
ee1ecu: united, ",inevitably give her 36'eIlltetl harmony, and integrity of the great Republican anti-slavery resolutions Generals to .the .District Land.Office! at Newnansville,',}! If?. a&rthat C the! period of bsk-- : ::;')!

) to the whig candidate. This runs party. 'lKo. 3.f allowed by; ,said Act, for.the. proving the fact: that the settlement has been,commenced,'and this' \ <;r

toral votes certainly against n grota Rcsolvd, That we will use all honorableand Ohio, fifth District-Virtulan Riche Is: Particular,quarter; /* i/vv 'POJl which: It*$'locatOd,",mil expire: 'on-IT,the late o p 1 posit the*H o!rnthiPh. J : t

.,1&1 e1i! it on the other side 1 Maine, Newbowe just means,to secure the election of the individual the delegate from this District to, the Whig described iii the anneied lIst. Thoso'ap lican the;ero ''whose settlements are within: : an fit,": ..tt
Penn'yl\"nnia, Virginia South Car- National Convention. Instructions adopted these(( towltshps/ are requested to 'file with' the Register snd'Recelvpi"fit, [Nexniasiill V* JUI* f-t'" I
1 Florid Alabama, Mississippi, who may be selected by the Democratic 'on or before the said dates, satlsffoCtorr.proot iant to the. of the'Law''above '
rgt a, to vote for none but a.Whig, a whole Whig, ; pur requirement_ j f. f imentioned.
/JJI. ''cxas, Arkansas, Missouri!, Illinois, National Convention for the Chief Magistrateof and nothing but a. Whig, and one whose opinions H -.z ? 1; '

1+1 bizan, are democratic 'i'ucj cast: the nation, provided is sound upon the on the subject of slavery are fully known.No Such proof should.;be, the applicants: :'oirn affidavit, corroborated:r by the testimony ottwo or r .
Oo Can you get alexplicit 1 these votes more disinterested and competent witnesses'which, ; proof should st te'all.ihe particulars as to the
fundamental .
great i
electorvotes avowal of adhesion to principles of the party;and [ 4.] settlement :: r ...

ApIlta.dear. .:utio,al rights* I know South Carpooleher is not obnoxious to the 'South on the subject of ':N.. Yn Monroe county, '28th District.-Jerome Unless the :proof required in the foregoing, is filed, on or before the date specified, the appU ,;.

st.n.tesmcn-tbelr prin- slavery and the Wilmot Proviso. Fuller chosen delegate. cants will forfeit all right, title; and claim to the Land, under their Permits 1
._ here 1 "Resolved; That we are opposed to any fur- .
hd Hcr delegate say
Resolved the
-fA ank f erme with kindness and respect That Democrats of Marion county ther extension of slavery in territory which Township I iftange. I llatean nor before which did proof of. uleMnt.II. ;'& *
be <
o""s, responsibility in giving will give their undivided support to the nominees now belongs to or may hereafter be acquired tiled and the patticotartractdewribed -
fearful -
psOmel a Casso lIe has, as I humbly of the Democratic State Convention for by the United States. Thirty-one South. \ Eighteen .East. I June 1849. 'r," ,! t :- ;
Gen. ThirtY-lne do Nineteen do .
to .r
rots i ss Influence in that State than any the high and responsible offices of Governorand [No. 5.] Thrty-one! do', Twenty: d.o do'do du do '., '"'7 -.. I) 'f: '

ce11'hIlS had any pretensions to the Presi- Representative to Congretg. "N. Y., 18th District-Augustus Chapman. Th rty-two' do Twenty do I do do '. r ;;:t-o111; 1 v.

i D f ou P ass a ri'f'i1 bare set possibility of hightonediae5U thatT0te Resolved, That we will use all proper and Delegate. Thirty! do I Twenty one do I I. ; .do do-:. : > ,.:.;,-.'l-h-'flif, ( '','; 1 .:; 1,
but a "Resolved That the Whigs of the 19th Congressional Thrty-one Twenty-one. .
.do .
do do ..
principles, honorable i : '
theremay for the nominee. If means to elect our Regular nomina- ''' ''! }
:: District are still as they ever have Thirty-two do Twenty-one ,do. ,1. .
'0 : ',' t do do. .. ,
path not'yon will be reduced to 140 votes, ted candidates to represent us in the Senate and ten the firm and unflinching opponents of thefurther Thirty! do Twenty-two do 'do 'i "N ? t 'ice
do '
dpQ ; ,. ; ;
pe 11 ICS! than the number required to elector House of Representatives in the next General txtension of slavery. They go for ,free Thlrty-one do Twenty-two do r do do i..1 J"': '. :
& will Georgia vote for your ticket? of this State. labor and free soil, and are not ready to pre- Thirty-two do Twenty-two do do do ." 't .;
Assembly ;
man doubtful ; : !
your political position is a one. pledge their votes to any Presidential nominee Thirty-three do Twenty-two do w ,.
d \
wr o
St her gallant been Resolved, That in order to the last resolution !Ik "
has democracy carry
believe, whose sentiments are doubtful upon these great Thirty-fur do Twenty-two do do do : '
: ef8t'1 that State tWice jn SUCCCSionand .- into effect, a Committee of Vigilance be cardinal doctrines." :, .< .r.- .
\e CYri the log, in the anecdote : NOTE.-The particulars as to the settlement should be r
Like t hmm is often under- appointed, to consist! of three from each precinct The foregoing, extracts are taken from the : ;-the time when cultivation was toms Ji
ofore told, she as I menced-the kind of crop cultIvated-number, of acres in cultIvatIon-the kind .
i hart as hey on the to?; anna when she triumphs, whose duty shall continue until after the I I announcements of the Tribune for' but ,three erected-number of persons composing the family-discriminating between adults and,of tenement children? Io.. ; .,
th :
by the conflict as often to be una- election is over. I days. We ask the honorable delegates from -males and ftiTnrilAa. rnrltitAC and colored. a tmrT R>;$S ELIy Register.: 11

is so 1I'ea\ thcfruit ybleto of victory. Without anSerntoow On motion of Dr.W. J. Spann, I Florida to the Philadelphia Whig National Convention -: JOHN PARSONS, Receiver. 'I lJt:
r I believe cannot LAND OFFICE Newnansville Florida Jane 3d 1848. ..: '
principle, ,
;' ,roiralof this are reduced to Resolved, That a committee of one from every if they are prepared to fraternise with ____ 3t .. -,;- ; t
Georg ri.; .o, you ; *' *"** 7 T.- ? % L1r
rely upo n l votes. Will Florida vote your ten votes at each precinct be appointed to nom- the delegates above named, and 'probably there Fire Safes. India Rubber Goods. ,I.:J { 2$:

her principles by heart. I know inate a proper candidate to represent the coun-. are scores of others similarly instructed. ;
They have kindly The largest assortment of IRON SAFES in the D. HOD Gi IAN manufacturer and dealer in.U. .* ?fv*
?h'vJi hi:11.toned amonzs-Mhcin delegates during your ses- ty in the next Legislature.This Contrast these resolutions with those of the United States can be seen, at the depot of SI- kinds of Inciia Rubber Goods. aNew York"i! v.i>

I Cmore convemenr Nat than that allotted to me. Resolution was modified, and a committee Indiana Democratic Convention, with that of LAS C. HERRING, manufacturer of the gen- India Rubber Warehouse, No. 27 Maiden i $ *

KwUl never support General Cass with i offVelve were appointed, numbering one Illinois and other Northern Democratic Con- uine Wilders Patent Salamander Safe, Nos. Lane, corner Nassau.. .. ..j "wy...". "'
and New and .
137 139 Water street.
Present o p anions-unless ;)you cover them i for every thirty votes at each precinct, who retired ventions, and it requires no astuteness to ascertain hand Safes of other makers for sale very second.low. Agricultural. Ji:!
that if he -
(1 a+oRal of such, accepts, returned and reported Colonel JOSIAH_ where the leaven of abolitionism is most .
jrforida hare some assurance that her rights I MOORE'S PREMIUM PLOUGHS. 150 differ- '; iS
will :
PAINE fit and .
as a
eligible powerfully at work. The Eagle Caster Manufacturing Co. '
nil be safe in his hands.: ent patters. Subsoil, double mould,two and ;:&
As to Alabama. I hare some right to speak Paine arose and addressed the meetingin ANTI-WILMOT & WINTHROP. HAVE -on hand and for sale, all kinds of Brass three furrow ploughs, cultivators corn ahe1- ; ;%;

for democracy never has been question .-- a lucid, forcible and impressive manner.- and Iron Bed, Table and Sofa Casters. Office lers, straw and stalk cutters, fanning mills, *. i2lVcorn

fte has never been for an instant in the handsr Warmly attached. to the interests and welfareof 262 Pearl street. cob and grain mills, horse powers threshing '* :. & '
the whigs. But she respects party merely Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. machines, with a general assortment *?,
the while he attached
or the sake of principles Wh.cnever it be- country, was zealously I' WASHINGTON, June 10, 1848. Lamps_! Lamps Agricultural Implements. Also, Brass':and. '* ?"s'
subversive! (' of them, she will. look aboutfor to the party, he was not the less attached to Ratification of the Treaty-Destination of the Iron Wire Cloth "; p'
method of asserting her consti the of his Regular Army-Volunteer Regiments Ordered JOHN MOORE "$
for some surer prosperity fellow-citizens generally CAMPHENE LAMPS. They are superiorto 193 Front street..a :

,l instructed' -closing in a very happy style. Home. all others. Manufactured by J. 0. FAY, i <1>? *
whatever totapportanyraan
: under no political office necessity who entertains,opmI I Ou motion of Dr. W. J. Spann, Official information has been received at the 134 & 136 Fulton street. Snuff, and Tobacco. I :. '? 5gl.PETER .
: War Department of the ratification of the trea-
question such as are entertained Resolved That a Central Committee of ten be Also a complete assortment of Solar Lamps, LORILLARD, Snuff and : Manufacturer ?
lonen the slavery ty, as I believe, as I am certain that an order Chandeliers Girandoles Wicks &c.. at lowest '
; hy your nominee. lIe has no personaljnflacacfr appointed, whose duty it shall be to call meet- was sent yesterday to Gen. Wool, now at Mon price, wholesale, and retail., No. 42 Chatham street, offers, forsale ;. ,* Ho was the last man ,
Alabama. ings at such times as they deem it necessary terey, to dispatch one company of the 3d mounted '} :
.. .
here would have voted for.- MaccaboySnuff (rose fiaTored. .> :
la delegation: : artillery towards Santa Fe escorted by one )
i losmast avow the principles of Alabama, if to correspond with similar committees in company of the dragoons.It Straw Hat Pressing,Machines, &c. French Rappee, American Gentlemen do. y tv--' '

you eipert Alabama: to befriend your nomina other counties, and to invite our candidates for is intended to unite the 7th Regiment of W. &. W. H. LEWIS, Chatham street, opposite Scotch and other Snuffs. ._ V. ; .' ;

tion. It is clear, then, you cannot succeed with Governor and Representative in Congress to Dragoons in California. Col. Washington 3d the Chatham Theatre. Also, fine cut chewing and smoking Tabaecdu, "iO
which blink this issue. And article in his line of the .*
eidof resolutions great has command of the detachment every very best f
Artillery des-
visit and address *
the citizens of the
r' I do not speak to destroy your nominations, but county at tined for the region of Sante Fe, and is to be EUMBEL'S patent leather machine banding, .quality. Orders punctually attended to.ands t. i't

topoint' out the means by which you may secure such time and place as they shall deem most Governor of New Mexico, and that vicinity (stretched on. the only patented machine in full price current sent by addressing as aboye" :. cit -'

Jsnccesi. appropriate.On The other troops under Gen. Wool, in the 'valley the country.) 'These are made from the butt %

lam asked will you vote for whig in preference motion of Wm. Redding, Esq., of the Rio Grandeare to be withdrawn with* of Oak Leather, and from the heart,or solid Lafayette Burr Mill.'Stone Manuracto .- Vsf;
? Ui'the language; of my instructions I stationed to itsNorth part of the side only, thoroughly stretched '
Resolved, That one be sent from each outdelay.and Westoccupying Has been established t ;
prc- at 240 Washington street *
'uniJer no political necessity wlritcver'irill'l and cemented and riveted together and war-
jtplv, Fort Polk and Brown. The volunteer 4
regiments -
ciuct as Delegate to attend the Wacahootie Con- more than 25 yews, French Burrs 'HoUanof ; \
views t ; #
vote for a man holding erroneous are to be embarked for N. Orleans witha ranted to run straight and to give satisfac
en) this issue If a whig runs, no better than vention to nominate a Senator for the two view to their being speedily mustered out, of tion. Orders addressed to the subscriber will and Esopus Mill Stones, Mill Irons, Bolting." .r :;1. t
fiewraKass. thousands in Alabama will remain meet attention. WM.: TYACK. :.* -:
counties of Alachua and Marion.On !service according to law. prompt : "I.
, at Lome. If a clllli.late is offered, holding WM. KUMBEL, Patentee, 23 Ferry st. .. : JSf
motion of F. B. Sanchez .
Esq., ,. :,
NunJ, views on this issue<-, no matter what his Sliijriff's Sale. '
ocher palitical opinions, thousands of the democracy Resolved, That'a Vigilai. Committee of threeat [No. 1.J] Manufacturers1 Supply Store. B Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa- issued out of .*&T

there will support him. 1 am not one of each precinct be appointed, whose duty shall the Superior Court for the District of EM' .', f:
\ From the Boston Chronotype Oct. 1 1847. OSCAR SCHENCK & CO. 132 Water cornerof
those who think that it is all of life to Ii\"C.- continue until after the election. Florida for the County of.Duval, I will expose : :-f{
Pine st. Dealers in Cotton Woollen Silk (
Office has no charms to seduce me from my duty Consumption is the great curse of our Northern to public sale, in front of the Court House in the :; 'z'mTown

-a minority no fears to deter me from doing John Morrison, Esq., offered the following latitudes. It is the blight of domestic feli- and Carpet manufacturers' articles. And of Jacksonville in said county on the >,; .?Vj
manufacturers of Weavers' Reeds Heddles
resolution- I the '
it. city and the despoiler of beauty. It robs the Bobbins &c.Musical sccondMonday in July next, between legal ,ii|
Adversity is often a good school for parties Resolved, That each member of the several cheek of its healthful bloom the mind of its se- Spools, hours of sale on that day,a certain'negro female- .' \t?"?
as well as individuals. committees be slave, called Chloe, and her child George, takes ; ; i
notified of their
appointment by
1 now close) by offering the resolution as an renity, and the eye of its: brilliancy. It wastes Instruments. in execution; as the property of Joseph B.'Lan"j*;'

amendment to the report of the committee. the Secretary of this meeting.On the form, dims the intellect, and plunges its EDWARD BLACK, 81 Fulton, corner of Gold caster,to satisfy an execution' in favor of Goal d 4'!1r r

. The question was taken on :Mr. Yanccy's resolutions motion of F. M. Durrance, Esq, victim into an early grave. The young and the street, Manufacturer and Importer, keeps Banks & Co. THOS.LEDWI TH. .sc V r

and it WiS, by :ut:; 'tcs. jccted-36 to Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention old, the serious and the gay, the city belle, the constantly on hand the largest: assortment, of June'17, 18-18.. Sheriff,& ;i ..j:: -j,,

21C-asfulluws: be tendered to the Chairman and Secretary for Musical Instruments of every description.Also .- .-, >'. '4S:,
lass alike its and its victims. ..
country are .
fe.Is-I.ITJlanl 1, South Carolina 9, Georgia prey all kinds of musical merchandise constantly -
. 9, Florida ;U.; Alabama: Arkansas 3, Tennessee their faithful and courteous attention to busi- Blessings on the man, then, whose genius and on hand. NOTICE; ffP'URSUANTtoaDecreeof '4.t-J.;
1. 1 fiG. ness during the deliberations of this Conven- the Coat of Probate ;'4
Kentucky research furnished with to bid defiance *
us weapons tA
of Duval I will offer for sale : .H
Says-Maine 9,New IkmpMiirc 0. Massachusetts tion. County ,
to this "Dweller of the Threshold !1" He Robert 1lerry'sIuseum,
12. Vermont 0. lllio-lt Ishudi.. Connect I on the first Monday in July next, the following
tut 6, Sew Jerscv '; New furl; l'eunsylva- On motion or Dr. W.J. Spann, merits the applause and gratitude of ages ;; he A monthly periodical for Youth, edited by S. G. described real estate of Oran Baxter late or S

6lJclawarl'! ;3, lanhHl G. Yir''inh: 17.i.ITulinL Resolved, That the Resolutions and proceed- shall have ours, at least. GOODRICH, another of "Peter Parley's said county,deceased,to wit: Acertain: tract"oiparcel. ..: ,&a
11. 1li "h.il'Pi ilD''L: Texas Tales." Subscription $1 00 a year, or four of land, situated in said county, known: J&*
: G. l..fJ\.i ti. ings of this Convention be published in the '
One of the most discoveries of mod-
important for $3 00 in advance. AddressG. ftiTSAtT MillTract and 300 -J 2*
Tennessee 1?. / copies ; containing acres ?
Kentucky 11, Ohio :23:! Indiana
12:, Illinois !li I, Midi;;:: a. Iowa" 4. Missouri 7Wisconsin JacksonyilleNews. ,. and Jill other Democratic ern science,for the cure of pulmonary affections, W. & S. 0. POST, New York City. more or less, and m,the occupation of deceased -" )%*/

;. 5-ViG.DEMOCRATIC papers throughout the State-and that this is the Balsam'of Wild Cherry, and the creditof during his life time, for the payment of the !11.:.

Convention adjourn. its discovery is due to the celebrated Dr. Paper Boxes, &c. debts of said deceased. ." ., .; -2t
CONVENTION IN JIARlUX Upon which resolution, the Convention ad Wistar.: This valuable compound has restored Manufacturer of all kinds of Paper Boxes, Band Administrator' of Oran Baxter,, dtcv-: -\ .t f
dealer in Binders
Boxes Band Box Papers
COL journed. Jun 3d 1848. wSn,
\1'F. thousands sufferers to health. It is expecto- Pa ,
and of
and. Box: Boards Importer Fancy -
I A Convention of Democratic party, held SPENCER J. THOMAS: : ; Chairman. rant, tonic and demulcent, and is said to be a per. MEYER, successor to .. .. $*.

. *t Ocala on the 3<1 June ilJst., being numerously ROBERT W. STEWART, Secretary.COMMUMCATED. purely vegetable preparation. Under its magic CHAS. CLUDIUS,150 William S50 REIVARDB jSJ

r and well attended by the party, on motion of influence the most obstinate coughs, colds, and "'(TThL } PAID. for proof to convict spy# .f ji>

L CoL Josiah Paine, Sl'KNCEU J. THOMAS, [ .] bronchial irritations disappear. We have used J C. Booth, Tailor, 'I y person or persons harboring any;runaway -'' ; ] -.t
Courtlandt street few doors below the slave or shaves of mine, and a reasonable' .: ."gjt.
Isq, was called to the Chair and it and recommend it particularly at this
on motion ofDr. can *
Western Hotel Clothing at wholesale and reward will be paid for the delivery in jail ? $$tin
.Willis J. Spann, HOCEHT W. STEV.-AET, Esq, The Whigs of certain portions of this State season, when the great cause of disease, East retail, for cash-to which he would invite Florida or at my plantation near Pttatka, ,*$&

- .M appointed to act as Secretary.The have, in one mode and another, got up Dele winds, are prevalent.. the attention of his Southern friends in visit- EJ F, of any y or all of the following negroes ; f<

Chairman, in a very intelligent: and brief gates to the Whig Convention which assembled For sale, wholesale and retail, by ing the city to call and examine for them- who absconded sometime in May last from said .; ?/|"?

it. the 7th inst at selves. plantation;: 'vizr -- vii?
"waer explained on Philadelphia.The T. O. HOLMES & CO. .
the objects of the &:
meeting 5- .'
1.L Brass, about 35 years old, feet 8 inches t **
1.I t.f -after which John J. Gornto, Esq., on the part Uchcana Convention designated some June 24 .. Jacksonville, E. F. Premium Leather Bands.F. high stoutr well made, weighing about 180 :t *Sy

of the delegation: from FIcmingtou presented three or more. pounds. ,Big John, about 26.years old, 5 feet :'f \::*
, ie resolutions The Tallahassee meeting designated aboutas w WOOD'S Patent Riveted Stretched Leather 10 inches high; well made, weighs about 160pounds ;: .v ji
and that DR.AMBLER: is ,
r > Conven- now New
. t cecdings Bands, No. 67 ,Frankfort street,
; afeor his brothers, Matih, about.J9 J .{ .
tion. They were read, and approved of. many more. DENTi ST on a visit to St Augustine York. Thes :Bands 'have received the first years old, slender made; staim&ers when: spa'i

.,. On motion} ofF. P. Sanchez Esq, And last and least, a small whig gatheringin and will return to 'premiums,two silver medals and three diplo- ken to, and,about 5: feet 8 or 9 inches high; .: t a J;'

,. Bejolrtd.? ,That a Committee to consist of the Marion county requested Mr.Burritt and Mr Jacksonville about the 1st of July, and remain 'mas at the Fairs of Boston and New York.- Monday, about 23 years eke; about 5 feet 7 in; ; itches
weeks after which he intendsto
about smooth
then two and ,
J ; They run straight present a _sur- : "I
and crippled his. :
i no1l'ingpersons, viz: Col. Jos. Paine, S. M. Hart to act as Delegates ; and last and still less, spend two or three months in the upper por- face on both sides. 'high, right leg.andarm. 1.
Also Tom, about 19 years old, 5 fed 8" .
a Darrancf.S.Helvingston, W. Brooks and S. F. a small gathering of Whigs at Jacksonville, ana tion of Georgia. Persons wishing his services :\ inches high, well made pleasant looking and 4< vf. ?< :

- wwius, be appointed to prepare suitable resolutions very rainy evening of the first day of Court, will therefore please call early- in July, atWool's 'GJrocersrDiruggists,.&e. ; 15 f...pcunds.Also, f*,.aa+k, .I .,JL:70 a.t aspokenandweighs

. for the consideration of the Convention. added their approval of the selection of Mr. HotelJune 24th 1848. ." Are hereby cautioned against a person calling ,about38years old;5 feet,3..inches high.stout. | *)t

on motion Burritt and Col. Hart and also added Mr. ? .himself an Importer of Paul de Verii Flavoring made an .surly looking. The,.above described .: "."&
ofF. M. "
.. 1hAnd Durrance Esq. Milton
Extracts, &0.:; This is to give notice, I negroes are all of black complexions.. '. t .3..\r
1 Esq, Was alllled to the Committee.- Cabell to the delegation. What voice the Whig TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS.NEW have.no Agents travelling, and ,merchants, ;JOHN 'a':MONT5IOLLmj* ... t+y p:!

- "UoaahPain in behalf and on the part of party of this State have had in the selection of YORK WHOLESALE HOUSES. traders &c, wishing ,the pure, article,,,had ,JuneiOthri84a. ;; 2t._ +:* t -,;.y .,.
> 'z 1 tyr
.-. the Committee, returned and reported the fol. Mr. Cabell. is certainly well calculated to pre- better address their orders to the sole proprietor -- hI. ;0 ,"'..t'...

.- OYmg' ResolutIons:_ judice them against Whig caucus selections. of the ,same. They consist of every NOTICE:' -s i;;=*
without The undersigned, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS known herb, spice, and choicest fruits, packed ORDER Probate 'of Xu.f"l: )
instructions of tW.Qpurl
These have Y
.10, 1 we deem it to be very proper as gentlemen gone IMPORTERS, and WHOLESALE DEALERS, are in cases of one dozen-assorted if required. BI "sau wflf ei'so1d'athlantAtioa' r i

j| xellasa duty for the people in their primary and we take the .liberty of exposing the now prepared with FULL STOCKS of. all GEo. RAPHAEL, 345 Pearl st,Franklin sq. ofttiecatatei cotmty ofJohn,, W.-DtiBdSe' 6n Thnrsdiy;? : w r

ri obliesto instructions which have been given to some of s, particularly .Importer of English_Mustard, Pickles, &c. ; ,' ,
their J'espechvedepartmel '
- give an expression of their opin- Goods in the second day of May next, the f&U wJngJ"o.; I
- lota regard 1 to matters of a public or political the colleague whom they will meet in that Con- suited to the wants of Southern Me chants. neg roex. Affy about-27 years,'old 'and'hdauchtcr .' .,;of w'f+
The large anof varied assortment which the The Mexican_ W r. Ann tea ,'old. 'q >; *'"* :H''
l' fwicterhich vention. We from the New York Tribunethe : ; Mary, years .i
affect the welfare anderpetattlf quote ,. ,
general YORK'market affords to purchasers, prei : :
and of C.WJDuB08E. .i
? NEW Containing So' fult'histo1'1o'C; its origin, > ,
our institutions be it therefore following extracts and commend them to for a choice selection I ,
1j 1J sents a superior opportunity : the victories; to the surrender.the.capital M. K; DuBOSE;* f
Reroi 1'ed, That this meeting feel highly grat- the attention of the Whig party of this State, and on terms as, favorable, to say the least, -together.with the; official despatches, &c., '\tar1h4tht 18481: .. ,. Administrator't : .il :.li. '

itea t) behold the admirable operation of the and to the Sentinel :- as any other market. determinationto by Edward..D. Mansfield. Illustrated,,by. j: rJTha.above sale is postponed to:{Tfart-: :z '"''-I
Merchants are assured' of our and enzravings., Just publishes byA.aBARNES&CO.,51Jonnst. the 13th day of July Beit. "- 1R '-
Slay h. mapS : ,
y fment nnder From the N. Y. ; -
those customers
great Republican meas- please, if possible, both old and iiew .? '
Sla3,27tb1845' .. .
f zre, the Sub-Treasury and the Tariff of 184G. [No. i.] !'who,are respectfully invited to examine our ', ;< ."1' .) I.t .. ;

.ksolrtd, That we regard the present war "We have already announced the appoint- several Stocks and :Prices. '" Account"Books;'Stationery,'and,Paper. t;' '''BBBaW J'Negn1: a.S"Ji i )! :
Hammedien. as Delegate to the York Feb. 1 1848. : J
t1I. Mexico ment of Mr. L. N ew. '
J to be just on our part and neees- RICH' &' LOUTREL; 61.' stf Importersof fhe JaU r efiA.
the BR$ TED'ancom ftitte to
National Convention from Cincinnati (0.) : and Staple \ I!
f. ,, e 7 in i order maintain the honor anddigniof District. The Convention, which appointedhim Kiggins & Kellogg, '. French and"EnglishiFancyi' description,1 .Manufacturers '.'Duval Count ;Vrunairay negro,about 9' .
. / the nation resolutions: Stationery every ;- feet 6 inches in neighV; and toutly built*8i ?.q'
.. ,to obtain our right from Mex- adopted the following BOOK MiiiiflrACTTOERS, and Wholesale and dealers-'AtOQnnt'Bootsand Paper :

3 io4 and to repel her aggressions j and further- "Resolved, That while in all full other discretion respects, in BLANK.Dealers, in School, Books and Stationery: :;, : of an:kinds Gold Pens,'Letter Copying.! Pi es Nassau ai e'that, he'ha'been*for ntiangawajand! Cried atfd:coadetet'Ia.hat boring. :j
county '
will :
this Convention repose ; No. 10 John street Manifold Writers. iStation4p'1' i. :I"
4that Seal Presses
gDmt the present Administration. and our the delegate to be appointed ,to represent! this t- V, If *kSaddlery ses/ of and all other ar-' : a negro slave be1ongm"to"IJdr.. W.Alberti, ':01 ,-

3r way, (both officers and men,) are enti- District in the Whig National,,Convention at Bold V!: Stationers.Sold: ..by. us in .the same county The pewm"'jwr"lhave .w"t It" :,
titles 'j:
. Ito the thanks of the whole country for the Philadelphia on the.6th, of Jane next, it 8.d e- ,, Harness,: arid Coach Harilr r in' entities to suit- thVpurcliasers-at the loirCountry :- ConiC'fotJW.-: _Did. negrtrwillP I
tape J t
doi and efficiency which has marked the clared to be an express condition of the appointment ware. ;. J N at oeaibleitearl;'- lease._< 1l."r ; :'S ,
) ductor of such delegate,that he is not to vast,the M ia'.wi1JpIeuato call and seer .a'Way... ? :.1'n". .. ., !
jaanulacturer.andlm.M ;)
ur J .
r the BUCK. Extensive '
and the unparallelled suet the \Y.T.. Y.Jailor'11nti'aif ;
war .
vote of this District to person A8 wJug .IttW., 61Bffeel. :3 : !
any .P. 'dia1* jU.\-G OdI: re.lf liewiiFciCCM 't :t-t.'i.1 '' '. .1' toict .l 'u.a. j.- \ :!
3tt Hof Our arm!. candidate for President. or Vice President of ... r "for. 'tl ._' ,.1_P pli. .',".f"I.'.." '.--.t1''t': \.".,-309. t 'WUU D' ,tuga:vrdr a:.lf !!i>vf tuh ?, Qt.. ,15.>" QQU, ",,..< -.o.j 11 lUal f..u.." 1'3:.);",a'. .. .,Ll.r.J'f'f.i.ltf..o>lJ.MJ.-" .!. f 'jiot

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_ 11 : Alachun, Tax Collector's Sale*- V : A. M.: RE.LED ., : S'0.:U T H E RNE R'SF p- >', 1! "::LtoYNNws,t' -? 8A1ISAPAR.LJjA COMPot1ND 1XTRATI plMm Mo Una>kcbumledgfn' *&J?
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:WILL be offered for sale at public outcry, AS constantly on hand( a .well :'assorted TO THE CITIZENSOF: SOUTH CAROLINA : "BaKSHsHof? .,. .....
S.I I' of the Court House in the town H EtoGroceries of '( Vt :GEORGIA ALABAMA /IISsissil'i'i -, 1 1- This btracfbJput'ui',.quartbolths-.It is Grand &'LydI '' I
_- .w- '' of Newnansville in said county on Monday the ; TEN/ESSER, .FLdRID4; tiztimeiichcajptf, pleusanter1 and warranted superior 'Albr Au1s4tTO : .'
,(. ,i 44th'day.of August next, within the.. *! hours Provisions, DryGoods, LOUISIANA,.tD, : to any sold.: ,It cures diseases without. : M 7'liEJR8 MjiliuE1i iib :
: .s: 'of sale, a sufficient portion of the unaided I'stercsti Hardware Crockery &c. viz' A LLOW,AIE to call your attention to one. o( vomiting,jwging)'khMmgor debilitating the patieht ;. ni8 Eitmct ofSapu,1flh bttun'.4 :.
: .. ''V..:. of the following named persons in :!' a top A. the greatest and most useful medicinesever and is particularly adapted for* l Iypnpared In referrnceto'fle
.: certain tract of land known as the Arredondo Superfine Flour,.in bbls and U bbls; discovered. It is nO 'bij'intention tOtal 4J4LLAND, WINTER MEDICINE. :N .feinale'who"bas reisoi to"4uP eoaa :

&. q' 'Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes duo thereon Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; you with a long and, tiresome advertisement! The great beauty find 'superiority of this Sarsaparilla -... pr a hh1th t I IaJpe? 2lffiB V
: '.: tfor the State and county, for the year 1847 and Hums,Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; but I lay before you; the testlmonyor..the.mostrespe over all other' remedies: is, it erainyigoratesfhe should'ncglectto'Uke, iVwitfraui: f I\! '.
t,. V. and all cost and charges for tho advertising Mackerel Codfish Salt, Rice; V tabl families in the?United States, most, V dicates 5 disease, it !tentive.forany ttht :''Jn mnou ,izd1'"t.? '

a.t* 4 _:iij 1"ia1: thereof to wit: -ni ,7 Goshen Butter, Lard, Chees, White. eaIlS, of my certificates are' from the city of Savannah, V ''b6dy, ,"consumption cured, VV I 'lllSCUes to 'Which CtmaJes are 'l ......
'!* The undivided.intercst or portion oi ..uioourood Irish Potatoes; V where I reside, and many from your own'State, cleanse and strengthen, I time :of liCe. 'Thisseieral odtn i'be'dt1a

.A and Thos. Tilleston. Sperm. Oil, Candles; where the Medicine'4s 'used with great and astonishing consumption can,be,cured, j years by'using (ihlsTDledichie.." '
: .f.. The interest of Charles A. JarvisThe Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; success; ithas proved itself to be superior bronochitis,consumption, liver; complaint! less valuable for those 'who are' ; 1i ti. :

..\ .:; interest of Noah Jarvis Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; to any other Medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, catarrh, ,asthma, spit, r womanhood, as it isttaMulat to aaabt ap
\ .I The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and PulverisedSugar Fever and Ague,'which it will do in the very ting of blood, soreness t4e' best, by quickening the blood and Invfgo :
,:. The interest Alexander Muir. ; short'space of Twelve Hours, has'neve'r" Been hectic flush,night sweats, difficult system. Indeed,this medicine Is _
1 f : : .The interest of Mordecal Myers. Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,.Turpentine known to fail to effect a certain cue The or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which women t 'iu.H 'tJ

a.:. The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the ; Medicine .is a harmless and a tasteless' one,, V V '".'V'j. V and pain .. It-braces the whole system renrii l
", ; :..z' :wears: :1846 ana'47. London Porter, Port,Madeira, Champagne which will make k the most popular Medicinein V 1n'thcSidekc.. ently the natural energies-by ?
V .. ".:: P.j The interest of Ichabod Frail. Wine; the $outhern'States.. "Medicine contains have 'and impurities of the body- ot80; tar'j'
;4, The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. t no mineral preparation whatever, but is a can becuredL the system as to produce a 'B b8equQt ;
'.f,,; 11846 and '47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- ; harmless Vegetable matter only. -Planters. '; lion, which is the case of most ttedida iK
:. .: The interest of Cyrus Perkins.The Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta. this Medicine 'IS a valuable preparatidn, salt :Probably there-never was a'remedy that has for female weakness and disease. -...-*.?
.V.. ..... interest of John N. Sayer. Ribbons; V V cures all cases in 'tweI, :hours, and does not been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF THE HEART
,' The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting, bl .ch'a and unbleach'Jl;. require any time to be lost; all .that is to bedone'is as this; cleanses and .strengthens the TURE AND DROPSY! "v. .::.
'' ., The interest of the heirs of Win. Taylor, for Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; to take the Medicine and to go.to work. system, and appears to heal the ulcers' n the' .NEW YORK July '
'!.';... :. 4h. years 1846 and '47. Cambrics, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins;; To the Rice Planter it'is.n. valuable Medicine lungs, find V tirepatients; .gradually_regain their D*. -ToVNSBND- toedr 'Sir,: ily 22; (::ft-:
: ..,.c Tile interest of Wm.Thorn,fort.heyears18.JG Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does not contain any mercurial minerid, usual. health and str ngth. been afflicted with :disease oftheh wJr. ,

!. :-,... .na "or'7. Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; : preparation whatever, and is therefore,aBate CURIO us CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for o"er'flfteen .. .
,. .'.._. The interest *John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, tor '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 hi 1fsoHi'
The interest of Israel Foote. &&, &&, &c. V beg you, -flo-notlet me have to tax .you so number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled:with shortness breath and '
1'. Xhe interest of Jesse Delano. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel often with advertisements, certificates, &c.:> It cured by the,use of Dr.:Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The teringof the'heart,Vhich I has bt tl"gr2a&' .tlut..
t: 'I: .qe; The interest of Barnabas Osburn. for the and whale bone frames; has already proved 'it'selfto be what I say.it is, flowing was recently received;: _. tressing, and has rrequent11:1Jeen.uI.t":
p. V : eare.1846 and '47. Hardware fy Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof is; every'body 'is'recommending ,DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed. rupture Vasvetv :
:' #. ..I The interest of John Rodman, for the years Nails, Hinges, -StUts, Knives and Forks] ,-Spoons, it to be the only certain and'Speedy three.years have been afflicted with general and severe. She_tried almost CTer raned j :

.. .4'' 1846 and'47 Tea Trays; cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to: debility, and nervous consumption the last I such cases with but little benefit, "lin tli
.,; .t..!; : The interest of Thomas Dexter, as marked on Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; dots .to ask your neighbor what he thinks of stage, and did not expect to ever'gain tnyliealt'h had -t akenbut three bot 11',
,:!:' ,hc map of said Grant, owner not. known for;: Carriage Wrenches, Halt r Chains, -Pots, Ket- Humphreys' ,Remedy for Fever and Ague, and at all. After going through a course of medicine I medicine she was entirely les.otJour"i tUait. :

;::. ih and '47.ThHntcrcst tles, &o, &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 alaorf a asi
.VV, .' of Henry Dudley, for tho yearsa646aud47. A few Rifles-low prlcea-'Powaer Flasks. least I hope eo. Here is my offer to any Planterof regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. -V
Ii. .*"?. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. South Carolina, who will either call on Doct. Board Health in New York and elsewhere, I She has also had. the dropsy, tn1d
".,''V : TllOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots & Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, myself, in I and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had .idea thae'wai'jri' 1
and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes of all kinds.A the city of Savannah and either of u.s will give be benefited
.- : f. ; to regain my health, and after read so as she had such a
eompUc l''of
.' for Alachua county. variety: of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medi- enough for twelve cases, and if it does not'cure ing income paper-of. your Sarsaparilla resolved diseases. But it has strange as it ti
V:.'jV. February 10, 1848_Gm_ cines, &c.Jacksonvil1cApnI15. 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. llitxiI Ii ij:

V ,' Tit Circuit Court 1848. ly paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me :great good, and called to see ,you at. that this statement is 'BO strange as to
:J V' V CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.' I have directed. your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is neterthel lOW
: :'V' f/ : 'EASTERN DCVAL: IN CHANCERY.I. WAREHOUSE OF V Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you for your advice. I per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla' is certaimj,. !
OF 11}
I '" ;, V AnnaMorley ) PRINTSONLLNo. ;1 summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be used bi' Y
I. i: >. V Bill for Divorce. lands are under water,'which will-cause a great able to attend tony usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have been. lt
r .,_.:.,, VB. deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months,'and I hope by theblesiugotGodand disbelieve this account, feey are at liberty i
nonn Mor1'y. 5G Cedar Street Ne\v York.
t r>' to the satisfaction of the Court, will be to your advantage to procure a certain your Sarsaparilla! to continue my health.; call at my house and have ocular demonstritwtt!
.. '> r bfaffidavlt filed,that the Defendant in the and speedy remedy ;; you can do SA by applying It helped me beyohdthe expectations of all that Yours,respectfully, '': -...
\' .' 1 r entitled! cause resides out of the State of' llimm, JUIN Lmmi to either of my Agents or, myself. Ask for knew my case,, CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1Jai Ve
I '.", Florida. anll beyond the jurisdiction ( ,) Orange Aug., 1847. -
'a.lS. ....,,11 therefore, On motion of said Complaintie -V Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE- AGUE. State o/Nen Jersey, Essex County, $$.-Chas. :!? t,7YSPEPS1 '"
.., .. :; I&nt Court James W.,Bryant, sq., her Solicitor, HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly ,sworn according law'on, :No'fluid or medidine has ever 'dii \ir'
It. :\.:-. It'by i.f 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 cd which so nearly resembles the gast'ricW
.,. :'V ;": JIond answer Bill of Complaint of said ComIptatnant. -.I, of the Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, where true, accordingto the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengtieaar
V' within four months, or the same will it will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief.' CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs 'of digestion as this preparation jf
;'. :: confessed ngnnsII him.i PRINTED CALICOES.Their Country merchants will make a handsome pro Sworn and subscribed to before me at'Orange. Sarpaparilla. It positively cures caiiV(
V i. be taken as Ordered, That a copy of this Or- present Stock consists of nearly fit; by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. ,''"*

;.. :.... c er 11 fllrt/lr duly certified by the Clerk of this Court., One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &c., by the dozen. AddressW. Justice of the Peace. BASK DEPARTMEMT, AL \iY, May 10, 1&J3 ?
=: .::. published, in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different HUMPHREYS, Jr., DR. 'l'owNsE1'w-Sir: 1 have been affirtrf
I 'I .. the Eastern: Circuit of Florida once a week conJudge. patterns and colorings, and comprising every, Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with dispepsia in id :went

j I o ..": 'ieeutively for four montbs.I. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &o, Very few, families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with, sourness 'of stomadL W

t I. .'. .."', V V THO. DOUGLAS DOMESTIC. SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite, extreme heartburn, and a fatf
.:. V 'I. OSCAR HART\ Clerk of said Court., do All 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'tetfi
V... :. thereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at theLOWESTPRICiS, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened and .(what I could eat) I :have been,unable to ittij
:Z. record 1ft said entitled VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate below is but small
; (Order mu1e and entered of by we publish conclusive a portion on my stoma'ch. I tried til
4i V '. : cause in said Court, on the 29th day of thePIECE OR 'PACKAGE.New SOUTHERNERS following is from my evidence. its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little'wii
March A. D. 1848. Styles are received almost every day I O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I *as nidi*

-_ _- .. :. .. IN WITNESS WHEREOF! I hereunto set and many of them arc got up for our own sales,, : yule, S. C. I DB. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two months since, to try your Eitizc\
V '. Us.] my hand, and affix: the seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., ; cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer 'of Sarsaparilla, and 1 must say with little wtoi
: Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. f3r Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint. and dysentery one was only 15 fidence ; but after using nearly two \taottleajt

r 1 ; ,.V April 1.1843. 4m day to day, with every variation in the market Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and the hcartlnri
; -. :... are placed in the hands of buyers. Ague ; be is a man of integrity, and his testimony very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, and I would earnestljri*
_ Jp !.. Duval Militia' Claimants.and Merchants will be able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. jl die; they were given up by two respectable commend the use-of it to those who have beta

: THE non-commissioned officers privates the extent and.variety of our assortment whenwe Yours respectfully! physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted<< as I have VeenY: rs, &c-
and Suarez'
Price com- ,
.V Captains Bush, THOS. J. S. FARR.
must lose them resolved '
state that the value of our usual stock of we we to try your W. y. VAN ZANDT.
service in the '
t ;: .: panie & .Mouated Mifltiafor the this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Grahamvilte, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1817. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but such as have wrip
"I' years 1838-9, who have not yet clainisin signed the hands neces- the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr., little confidence, there being so much stuff ad- pers that: hide the! bottle completely and Ii&t!
,3 .. .': iarv papers relating to their without our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact ,to- Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used vertised that is worthless: but we are very the written signature ufS.P. TOWS SEND.
,j ..' i( of the undersigne.larerequested to do so left with gether 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 Office, 126 Fuon-st.8un Buildup
I : V. delay. The papers to be signed are attention instead of being divided vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write this that others may N.,Y.; Redding & co. S State-st. Boston ; Plod
.p.' ', 'Col.,Poas, at tho Post Office, or may YALE be signed variety of, articles, are devoted wholly among to a ONE your, Agent of this place, and administered, itto be induced to use it. Yours respectfully, & Sons, 132 North Second-st. Philadelphia;,

.,.-'.. of *t my office. GREGORY will render the advantages which we can offerto my daughter according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON} Jr. S. llance, druggist, Baltimore; Durol" c
:: V Agent Duval. companies.tf dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be am happy to state that the discrete teft her in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Charleston; Vrfjlt
':V Jacksonville, March 4,181 our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the course of thirty-sir hours, and her present LUNATIC A YSL UM. & co. 151 ( :hartres-st. New Orleans: 105Ewtl

S : rr : Pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. meet with any disappointment. state of health indicates a certain cure. James Oiinmings, Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st. Albany; R. IVan Buckirk. 292 eP *!
: .
V PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, Our assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. in the LunaticAyslumn.Blackwell's Island.is the Market and Broad-sts. Newark, No J. tpdk/
V ;, .. MIXED Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. GrahamviUe, S. C., Sept. 14th, 1847.AGENTS. i gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants gthvtHj

1 : r:., fa::' Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans ; Preserved S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of RifE UtIA TISltI. throughout the United States. West Indies tad
.., Jam and Cocoa .-P.M. Cohen & Co.. Charleston This is of than four thousand the Canadas. A. M. REED AgentJacksonville. ,
.... Ginger, Cranberry Jelly, Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of tho'ori- only one more ,
V Maccaroni Vermicelli S. C. ; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A' of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sar- V FlorMi
:. Paste, Chocolate, ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con cases ,
', I- -.- Yeast Powders, Soda and Seidlitz do. nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. MrLane & Co., saparilla has cured-The most severe and February, 18- 8. Jy _
V !dI.'.' For sale by A. SL REED. ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert: Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -
ri"\.: April 15, 1818. Judson, and 'assures his friends that the new Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin,011.; P. A.Moise, virtues : HOLMES & CO.
..11.. concern shall have the same pre-cminenco in LaGrange, Ga. ; Winter & Epping, Columbus, LACKWJ-LI.S% ISLAND, Sept. 14, 1847.
: I '. T HORBUBN'S GARDEN SEEDS this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOW'iSEJ'\D-Dcar Sir: I have suffered 1ESSItS. HOLMES & CO., :have renswitheir !
V., ,, V ;. :-. V For sale by A. M. REED. the other two houses to which he be fenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism ; ,.LTL stock of Merchandize to the'lilp
.? > April 15, lS4S. onged. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied by the United SUty
.. Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R. work ; I had the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building. Tie?
.:. To the Clerks of the Circuit Court INVALUABLEFAMILY Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used have added to their stock, by the late arrinli
I ;.. : .: ', AND TIlE .SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL ville. Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and they have from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goofy
COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT COMPANION.SIX Prescott & Co.., Black Creek, Florida ; Lightfoot Groceries Hardware & fct
V. done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Provisions, 0.,
( V I. OF FLORIDA Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders. Macon ; P.Martin,Savannah ; Cunningham good-I am so much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at reaacrf
i a ... .I AM now having a large number Blanks the difficulties of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the &'Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J.H. &W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use prices. .
V.' printed for my office, and knowing Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 Macon j l\!. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. this for the benefit of the ufilicted. They are now prepared to purchase CottoMi
J .. .. :; ;I with which you cannot but meet in get-I engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges[ Sandersville ; R. T. Floyd, Micanopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides, and other produce of the country,"af&
ting supplied with Blanks properly printed, Mail Florida ; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville Florida auniedon
.V I to any part-postage 9J 6 cts. ; COULD NOT WALK.That highest .rates, and make cash
iu arranging ,
I ;:" here offer you my services Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Baily, Laurensvillc, S. C. consignments to their friends in Savtnwi
rom of Blanks for all who may desire to For sale wholesale and retail Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very -
; any Mail to part 50 cts. by and Charleston New York. .
I or
: any postage. Inhaling V best there is ,
printed at the remedy for female complaints
; :;. \:! supply themselves. They are I Tubes, Silver, $3 by mail, letter postage. Abdominal F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. They have a new article of Wrought Irci
.... office of "The News," with a neitness and taste A liberal discount the dozen. no disputing ; thousands and thousands of
by (u
: Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all Ploughs-to which they would-respectfully
and weak and debilitated females that were
hitherto seen equalled
.,a: which I have never Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb October 8th, 1847.'rYPE the attention ofPlanters.Jacksonville "
at. a rate which is at once reasonable and liberal trated by those diseases to which females are
J r ... :..,.; I do not mean by this, that they will be and Weak .Back For and Braces Chest ; sent by expresseverywhere. FOUNDRY, subject were soon in the enjoyment of robust Nov. 6, 1846. tf
4 : :. printed on the credit system. On the contrary or Supporters, or 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. health.
.r. I am expressly instructed that this, though Rupture and Supporters, give height from head to subscribers have'tn.kn the Type Foun- New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. FORWARD & ALDRICH, ,
foot circumference
14 .anciently esteemed a part of the Common Law of person next the sur- THE and will continue the business lately DR. TOW'iSEND-De'lr: Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS At U,.
V*. ,' V -of Printing Offices, has been superseded by which face, just side.above the hips. If Rupture, mention conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto the last year been very sick, and in a greatly WILL practice in the several Courts of I**
; ,pecial statute interdicting it. The forms for above Agents Address wanted for the sale of the all orders they may receive with punctualityand reduced state of health, being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Floricfa;
:the Clerks shall be of the best style ; simple, goods.New York Dr. S. S. FITCH, 707 dispatch. All the Type manufactured by variety of comp1aints'such as females are liableto War. A. FORWARD, St. Augustine.
'neatand proper; and those for the Sheriffs, I Broadway 1 ,1848. ., post paid them will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnish ;. she got so bad length that she was'entirely LEWIS ALDBICH, Newnansville.WM. .. __ '

__ "whenever copies aro required to be served, I April ly __ i all kinds of Printer Materials, of the best qual- unable to walk,and was as helpless as a child; V ,F. .
5 '- V-' :will so arrange as to save much time and pains Fifty .Dollars Reward ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in she commenced, using' your. Sarsaparilla, and CRABTREE, '
rI V.' of filling up by writing. OSCAR HART.Jacksonville WILL BE GIVEN superintending the manufacturing department. she immediately: 'begin'to.r gain her strength, V ATTORNEY1'AND: CDtJNSEtLOR ATJUW/!

I y : : April .l9, 1848. tf undersigned for the BY THE Proprietors of newspapers, who have not advertised her complaints left her,.and after taking several Jacksonville, Fla.',;

V V Executor's Notice. K and safe delivery apprehension into the for the subscribers, who may publish 'bottles'she restored. Being singular WILL attend to any business entrusted c.tiI

; ., 1VVV MONTHS after date, I shall apply to thoJudge Duval County Jail, of the following this notice for three months, will be entitled to case thought might do good to publish done her ,hands in any of.the Courts, in the Eastern, _-""
V SIX used of remedies that
She number
: of Probate of Duval county, for a negroes, to wit: Venis, a woman, Han- receive pay in type, purchasing, five times a cuit of Florida.:. V 'V "'-
_ _ final discharge from Executorship of the nibald, a boy, Georgiana, a girl, and what children the amount of their bill for advertising. no good previously.V Yonrsrespectfully Norfolk-st,
"Estate James B. Roberts, deceased. the above named Venis might have borned Old-Type taken in exchange.for.new. at V 9 cts. JOHN ; ,

"P'M&y 6th, 1848 WM. B. ROSS, Zx'r. since she has been absent, supposed to be two per lb. V V ,ATTORNEY AT .LAW,. ,
1 r The Type with which the "NEWS" is .TO THE J.ADIES.
,E or three, and Ellick, an old African man. V Jacksonville
: I i : _STRAY COW FOUND. The above fugitive slaves have been absent printed, was cast at this establishment.. % GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. WILL practice all the Courts of the&*erI
I I HAVE found and conveyed to my for nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS. WHITING & TAYLOR, DR..TOWNSEND'S. SARSArARitLA,is a sovereign

._ cattle pen at my plantation, near Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848. 6m Successors to Robert Taylor. and speedy cure for incipient consumption, and "Circuit.AUGUSTUS .
Manuarin, a stray cow, marked with an under February, 1848.. 3m' .. for the' general prostration of the system-no C. GILLETT :.
I,1 bit and split in one ear, and a smooth crop in CLARK & LAWSON V NOTICEV : matter,whether the result: of inherent cause, ATTORNEY'-AHD COUNSELLOR.. .AT .1.1",
I the other,and branded with the letter (X). Theowner V FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION, MERCHANTS SIX :MONTHS after date, I shall: present my or causes, produced,by..irregularity; illness or And.Conunjasioner' otDeeds.ottheStat8 i>Cgf*
is requested to come forward pay charges and vouchers Administratrix of accident., h and,for,the State
Savannah as nccticut.withiii
Georgia, tender their servi- : 9f.1Jtt
and take her JOHN'McINTOSIL: Nothing can be more surprising than its invigoratingeffects -
ces to planters and_others, and,solicit consignments the Estate of Henry Barnard,Jr... late of. Duval the human framed: Per : =-.-
.rMsy27th,1S4S.: _ tt on cotton, and,all other,kinds of county deceased to the H n..Judge of Probateof on V : V
-. country CHARIES"P.
all weakness and lassitude from taking it : .
l. sons COOPER .
said for ,
county a final settlement of said
i NOTICE. produce. They are agents for the celebrated : '
and full of underits
at become robust
.V :;" A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they :Estate, and shall, at: the same time i apply for once influence.L It immediately counteracts energy the V ,ATTORNEY AND ,COUN8ELLORj ATt.Uj t.V .
.: ; \) -.ttPrecilla Mattair, late of Duval county are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix: i of the* female frame which is the Will practice: .in the several Courts of tin;** <-

c't-. I.q Fla.;deceased, are: requsted to oomeforwarJ.e : and$ :equalto; .Northern flour. They .also keep which all persons interested in said:Estate; are 'nervelessness.t cause" of barrenness:' .' ',' r tern; .' 'Circuit.... Florida.: "V ......
: j. 4=-ff.f.J';' *.*nd. 'make payment immediately. And all per- on hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns, desired to take notice.HENRIETTA.. "; V' It' will not be expected zof-us' in cases'V of;so'delicate Jacksonville, E.F4; Kovrg61847.pOTOSELLOVglT..' --- :
>* -; r eons having demands against said estate ;from the. Eatonton, Cartright. Planters' .and BARNARD, A'dm'x. V -
no.re- to exhibit certificates of cures
-V -- >. & V V rqucsted to present them within the: time prcs- i Cedar Shoal'manufactories, which they<< sell at Jacksonville! March/4:. ,.1848.. j 6m \ performedj'but-:nature! 'can 'ass re'the afihicted-that V,. ; JHAItJ; $ IL:; mO; ,;

j L.-t V. cribed: by law, or they will be forever barred. manufacturing price&V '"-: "' V .NOTICE... J hundreds'of eases'have been reported'to us.nj 'jATTO N rA\ '; t ,

'V 1n:* .?'4 ISAAC YARN, Jr, March,11, 1848. V 3m '-WEEKS after datej.I.shnl\app V the; 'f"DR.f TowRSKtip t :My; wife being greatly dis.. I '*:**-1 ioi-: tt l .j!: m..da t'-sf t .
ffciS J:: !? ,:,- : Administrator with the will I :''r:'Horn the Judge of Probates for the county trOisedbyw= ; .ness'and'general: debility and .,, ,WJLI.practice., in the several.Courts,
4' ; t"_ Black, Creek. May.27th, 1848. 2m, WM. S...LAWTON. V : ofAlachua, for Letters ,ot Administration 'on suffering continually',by,
IIVFLa.uI sIVf .".I i. .'V '' P. V WOTIC.V I .. V FACTOR,AND- ,COMMISSION" MERCHANT: the' estate" ""of the' lat'V ?'Robert G.r Livingston deceased. ifficitltie8.]' nd'having known cases where youredidne to'his'careywiirmeetr'wUh'prompt' tteggcg.
; 't
t-jAMEsTASPEDEN; nM"f cures and I Also
effected"great ;
; : ,
tL! ;. 1VEEKSfrorn date I shall apply, to the Charleston S. C., V V' J'7FfTCff ,
: May 20th 1848. Gw hearing id recommended for such caSe.s as have ,
II;""j.\ :, 0'JIon.'Judge.Probate of Alachua'county,' : *A OC : a-E.G.'JaudonEsq': ; DearJack-: j I deSerib d -!:obtai Vbottle of your Extract -J,1r m'o tnblls "f himselr tP }.1 I IV
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