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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: July 1, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:rretL ,Q rWaor. fired,will be continued until forbid Proposed and agreed to by General Assembly lating proceedings: in bankruptcy supreme.under court the re Approved', June, 2,':.1845. ."' j .. ; ?

\ Ilp..L.--A ( for all ; subject to the action the next General Acu and Reaolad.a."pnuec1 at the First. late bankrupt lawof the .United States. --- 'qtr "T-'oP
for"" will be charged announce- 8 ut.. of the Thirtieth .apea. He, '
Assembly.AN shall
i1'FdoUars: also certify under seal and deliver Fno'l'i.Ae'N. 0. Delta.At '
for Olilee.fJII I to said ; ;
'oCcandidate.for SIX Dlonths : I silo ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th PUBLIC No. 37.1 clerk,all records of judgments and of proceed. CUBA.. :t
ur ()De.ICI rare. and CreditoR, I t 10 Ofr Article of the Constitution ,of this State so [ ingsin suits pending;land all '? t 11 ;<4
: to Debtors AN' ACT for the admission of the State of Wisconsin 'papers connected _Crisis.. Prospect of a Bern do
'J of Administration 5 00 that the of the therewith *in f lt
for Letters: Judges Circuit Courts shall eases arising under the constitu
on into Union. ..
the ,
Jia A All religious notices wfflr be inserted gratui- hold their offices for a term of eight years tion and laws of the United States. end Cuba an Independent Sttlt. lr
: :. instead of Whereas Jhe people of theTerritory-of Wisconsin Sac. 7. And be it An intelligent .
communications will during good behavior further enacted, That from .- correspondent. of the Boston ;:
titt '!S'ill.dmisstble personal : SECTION 1. Be,it enacted Senate did, on the first day .February, eighteen and after the fourth ;
'" *of j .. dfertisernents.lbBl : by the. and hundred and conventionof ,day of March next, eigh Post, writing from, Matanzas, oa the 17th.:.nft, ,t;
forty-eight by a
must be paid on the House of Representative;of the State of Florida teen,hundred and fort-nine'and. until another
'eb1 *for Job Printing in General delegates called and assembled for'th"at purpose census and apportionment shall furnishes ,the following :views of the state of J.j .
Assembly convened That the 12th ? be made the
work. ,
leJ.:1u'' C111he communieaons" must be addressed to Clause of the 5th Article of the Constitution of form for themselves: a constitution and State Wisconsin shal[be entitled 'to "three .things in that beautiful"and,and speculations i )..

Gf ..._... a 1ZlARD.i pottage paid. this State be so amended as to read as follows, State government and said, which convention said constitution asked representatives in the Congress of the United as to the influence of the great changes,':which : ,te,
having':
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viz : That at the expiration of the present term republican States. are now going,on-in Europ, on tie'future'pros :+
said into the Unionas fi
admission of
the
11.8.M. SteamPpcketl.inePAT.ATKA of office of the Territory ROBT. C WINTHROP ;
Circuit '
Judges of the Courts :
rr.Q. .tP er1Llf with the exception hereinafter mentioned, theJustices a State, on an equal footing with" the..original. ;Speaker of the House;of Representative pects of that brighest gem >in'thi' Spanish dia'' : i';1'

EETwEEit J&iSAVANNAH of the Supreme Court, and the Judges( States:-1 ? .ti G. M. DALLAS. demo The writer is evidently a'petson intimately .. !

J.t.. S of the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term .'Be it "ft/I tt!by the Senate.and House of Representatives Vice. President of.the United;SUtes ands acquainted with_tho state of thing; *' in tuba ,

iIt. & FLA., of eight years/and shall hold their offices'for of.'theUnited; States..tft,America in ,. -? President thj3eaatoAnIIOvED .... .well;informed as to the existingeeK'ngUthi .
that unless under the Congress assembled. That the State,'of.Wisconsin l\IaY29mS:* _
term removed
sooner .
t.it "BY THE WAY OF provisions Island and the tone and. influence .
be and is hereby admitted to be oneof the 'JAMES ; of British
BRUNSWICK 'ST. :MARYS GEO.; I made in this Constitution, for tie removal > KP0LK. diplomacy at Madrid. He itud-t fled '
(i *mnrt LLE BL'ACK CREEK! AND of Judges by; address or impeachment; and United States America., and is hereby,admit appears to have 1 ; .'
!li ICiBo iipnTATA; FLORIDA., : for wilful neglect ot duty, or'other reasonable ted into the Union on an equal footing with the \ [PUBLIC No. 38.J' the 'SubJeet'oIt' which he treats' in 'aHltsbearings ,;

zit sitr Xectto with the Charleston Daily Mail I cause,.which shall not be sufficient gnund for original States, in all respects,whatever, with AN ACT to provide for the purchase of the ,. and the conclusion at which bet.,nrtm.,. 1 '.

Sat Savannah,the steamer SARAH impeachment, the Governor shall renove any the boundaries prescribed by the act of Con- manuscript papers of the' late James. Madison, ves, fix: that Cuba will ere long throw off' -the : '..:;it.
St &m" from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the of them, on the address of two-thireb of the gress,approved August sixth, eighteen hundred former President of the U. States. joke of Colonial allegiance and stand !:
CTALDW, from Picolata to St. AugusStSfroin General Assembly; Provided, horcever,That the and forty-six, entitled "An act to enable the Be enacted by the ,Senate' and Houst of Rep before'the i

I 'l Stages Black Creek, via Newnansville, cause or causes shall be stated ailengtl in such people of Wisconsin Territory to form a consti- resentatives of the United States of America in world as an independent nation.,,, is apparently :s... ,

hi ABigltor Mineral+ Springs and Columbus, torjlUhaSSee. address and entered on the Journals of each tution and State government,and for the admis-- Congress Assembled, That the sum of twentyfive justified by his facts and reasoningp s !(1'.

: House. And provided, further, That tie cause sion of such State into the Union. thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby. Without further remark,'we annex the following } itf.l

OCAMULGEE. Capt.P.McNELTT.ST.MATT11EWS or causes shall be notified to the Judge s> inten- SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That the as- appropriated out of any money in the treasury; extract from the letter referred
to. It is
i N. KING. ded to removed, and he shall be adnitted to sent of Congress is hereby given to the first-, not otherwise appropriated, to purchase of Mrs. {

j GASTON ,- J. IhBBARD. a hearing in his own defence, before my vote second, fourth, and fifth resolutions adopted by D. Madison, widow .of the ,late James Madi- exceedingly interesting, and,we doubt not., will is.;:
.K e'j t WIiL leave, Savannah every TUESDAY for such removal shall pass: and in such cases said convention," nd appended to said constitu- son, formerly President of the U. States all the attract general attention: t;
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mciThese packets MOUSING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and tion; and the acts of Congress, referred to in unpublished manuscript papers of the said "The events i'people ; +

11 { ..t Picolata& in time for the Mail Stages to go entered on the Journals of each House espec- the said resolutions, are hereby amended, so James Madison now belonging to and in her of this island into the greatest consterna : .ft"::

UI rive to St. Augustine before night every tively. that the lands granted by the provisions of the possession, and upon delivery thereof to the Secretary tion., Intelligent men here are,apprehensive '?

sr through and Monday. SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judges several acts referred to in the said first and of State, with a proper conveyance of that this hitherto faithful appendage to, tho t t....;F.

I Thursday Returning, leave Palatka every TUFSDAY and : first appointed under this amended Const ution fourth resolutions, and the 'proceeds of said title to the United States, the said sum of mon.: Spanish crown may be the theatre of great con t ,.)i '
MORMXG, at 7 o'clock, touching as above i shall be divided by lot into four classes. The lands, and the five per centum of the nett pro ey, upon the certificate of the Secretary of Stateof fusion and change. The crisis is certainly ap i 'il .'
FHDAY i iThell1re first class shall hold his or their office or iffices ceeds of the public lands therein mentioned, the delivery and conveyance of said wishes of proaching, and it is difficult to see how Cuba is ;;; .

each .8'1. all low pressure boats, in complete' for the term of two years, the second fir the shall be held and disposed of by said State, iu j, the said Mrs. Madison, and in the manner fol- to remain a mere spectator. Let us lookat tho ,..

r handsomely furnished in every res- term of four years: the third for the termof six the manner and for the purposes recommendedby : lowing, namely : five thousand dollars of said occurrences in France ana in the other Powers: ;
,
: :; order-' commanded by gentlemen of well years. the fourth for the term of eight years said convention; and so that, also, the lands I sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, to be paidto of Europe, and trace the connection of Spanish : .01--:...
c pect experience t ice on the route, and their pat- [Passed the Senate by the Constitution majority reserved to the United States by the provisionsof i her; and the residue of twenty thousand to polities with these events. I am no alarmist,but w.

1t assured that every attention will bepaid December 22, 1847. Passed the House the act entitled "An act to grant a quantityof : James Buchanan, now Secretary of State, John I do contend that some change in this country : ..;: r
are
ions to the safety and comfort of passengers, of Representatives by the Constitutional ma- land to aid in the improvement of the Fox I Y. Mason, Secretary of the Navy, and Richard is inevitable. The_ rival interests in Spain, in'i? :

ana to the careful handling of freight. jority, January 6, 1848.J and Wisconsin rivers, and to connect the same Smith' esq., Washington city, to be held,putout eluding the present Christian dynasty, the '. .i.4 1
AGENTS: April 29, 1848. 6m by a canal in the Territory of Wisconsin;f7 and, to interest, vested in stocks, or otherwise Count of Montemolin and Espartero, are all : '.
t Savannah. also, the even numbered sections reserved by managed and disposed of by them, or the survi- monarchists. Their object is not to secure to :
'i Brooks & Tupper, Darien. GREAT REDUCTION' IN THE PRICE OF the provisions of the act, entitled "An act to vor or survivors of them, as trustees for the the Spanish people increased politica1rights't !}

1.A.DeLorme, Brunswick.John celebrated Remedy for the grant a quantity of land to the Territory of said Mr.Madison according to their best discretion These interests seek their own.advancement l';
.
.aFriedlinder, Fever and Ague from Two Dollars to One.- Wisconsin for the of aiding in openinga and her The of .
.\ Bessent St. Marys. purpose best advantage-the interest or example France will not be without its :.,.={
4 &,Bisbee- Jacksonville The following gentlemen are my auth rim canaHo connect the waters of Lake Michiganwith profit arising fro n the said principal sum to be effect in Spain. :May there not arise atilt a :
Jernandez Agents! and have the genuine for sale. those of Rock river shall be offered for her fourth made ,
a: Black Creek. paid over to as the same accrues-the said party, up of desertersfrom 1thenough e '
i\
.. i.Coj, Picolata. Orders from any part of the United States, .. sale at the same minimum price, and subject to. principal sum to be and remain inalienable during other three, who will become powerful : ;
fleaCooley, will meet with prompt attention. Address,post the same rights of pre-emption, as other public her lifetime to exact terms of
Palatka. as a permanent fund for her any existing government? I 'i-:.
Reid -
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ft E.Lafitte&Co.I. : Charleston.N. paid, WM. HUMPHREYS, lands in the United States: Provided, however, maintenance, but subject to be disposed of as confess to my mind this result seems almost Cer. ':"'; '';

: Goods;consigned to the Agents for- Savannah, Go. i That no person shall be entitled to a preemption she may please by her last will and testament. tain. And how can this island be affected,which :tt.;
. AGENTS Messrs. Marston &Brothers Baltimore of the settlement and cultivationof heretofore has shown
firded free of commission. Freight from Sa- I by reason Approved May 31, 1848. an utter indifference to' II
r.J t Ennnah and Charleston and all way freight Maryland; Dr P M Cohen, Charleston, any quarter section or other sub-division of the character of the government at homed has ,. .;in.
South Carolina, T C Risley, Hamburg, S. C; R said even numbered sections, which tract, before [PrBLIC-No.39.] suomitted most willingly to ever inaction, and f !
Itd payable by shippers.171847. tf S Bailey, Laurensville, S. C.; T J S Farr, Gra- the commencement of such settlement, shall AN ACT making appropriations for the support has asked for nothing but quiet in its administration t

September hamville, S. S.; B R Bytherwood, Beaufort. S C.; I have been claimed by any other person cultivating of the Military Academy for the year ending ? The tr ue reason for past submission .. t.":.

IN CIRCUIT COURT. R T Patick, Salem, Tenuu;J Walker.. l\IJison; and improving the same in good faith,and the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight here has seldom been alluded to by writers in "sf"'
EASJEES CIRCVIT OF FLORIDA-COUSTV OF Ga.; W K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; Shotwell & which shall have continued to be claimed, culti- hundred and fortynine.Be in the United States. It clearly found in the -It\.;.

... ST. JOHNS: IN 'CHAKCEEY. Gilbert, :Macon, Ga.; J H & W S Ellis, Macon, vated, and improved in like good faith by such it enacted by the Senate and House of institution of slavery. The slaves operate as a o---.J.
r The Southern Life Insurance Ga.; Lightfoot & Flanders, Macon, Ga.; Porsey:, person, his representatives or assigns, until the of the United America Representatives in- check upon agitations. The great preponderance ;
& Trust Company & Knott, Griffin Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta sale of said tract, and of which said prior claim, Congress Assembled. That States the of of the slave population over the whitm, ,l
to of Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose Ga. William Root Marietta Ga. cultivation and improvement the following sums while the has :
use } ; ; Cunningham person so be, and the same are hereby appropriated out government employed alargestanding ; : ; ';i'
.t heed, & Co., Dalton, Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson, La claiming pre-emption shall have had notice at of of in the not otherwise, army, has awed the people into sabmission .
any treasury
!! vs.Augustus 1 Grange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; the time of his entry and settlement; neither appropriated money, for the support of the Military and has afforded to the home government : '.: .

Poujaud. B H Mitchell, Newnan, Ga.; Joseph Griffin, shall any pre-emption be allowed. to any tract, Academy for the ending the thirtieth of a sure guarantee that they will keep the !,
IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction i Burke county, Ga.; R H Barrett, Reeseville.:Ga.; to the injury of any person, or of the represen- June one thousand year eight hundred and peace. But what has been the strength of the ... ;., :Tf
tY tI of the Court by Affidavit, that the I A McLane & Co., Jacksonville, Ga.; M C Williamson t tatives or assigns of any person claiming and nine:, forty- government,may, in another contingency,which ;41

1r Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed Davisboro', Ga.; Wm. Hodges, Sanders- occupying the same or any part thereof good For of officers instructors cadets and I think not unlikely to occur become the very ..i j':
1 in the above entitled cause resides out of the ville, Ga.;; W A Hayles, Louisville, Ga.V; A faith, in his or her right, at the passage of this musicians pay seventy-nine, thousand seven, hundredand elements of its weakness and'overthrow, so far :

f State of Florida, and out ofthe United States. Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; P Martin, Savannah, act, and owning valuable cultivation or improvements sixty-four, dollars. as Cuba is concerned. The first thing which is A'

and in Cuba one of the West India Islands, and Ga.; J A Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; William thereon, which cultivation or improve- For commutation of subsistence five thou- likely to spring from the ascendancy of liberalism .M
iA beyond the jurisdiction of this Court. Therefore, Carr, Jacksonboro, Ga.; E A Burch, Hawkins- ments shall have been assigned by the personso sand six hundred and twenty-one dollars., in Spain is the abolition slavery in'Cu. :'r; !

On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for ville, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga; J B claiming pre-emption, or if commenced sub- For forage for officers7 four thousand five ba. Do not imagine that this is a forced'con ,
said Complainant. Col.., Black Creek, Florida; F A Poullen, Jack- sequently to the entry and settlement of such hundred and twelve dollars. elusion, -an event which cannot happen. Our :

If t5 Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- sonville, Fla.; J Wright & Co.,New Orleans, La. person, shall have been made with his consentor For clothing for officers' servants four hun- own interests are immediately and largely connected .t.. )
jaud and others be required to appear and an- April 8, 1848. W. HUMPHREYS, Jr. acquiescence. And provided, further, That dred and twenty dollars. ,. with the political stability of Cuba, and it .f. ;:

wer said Bill of Complaint within six mouths, the liabilities incurred by the Territorial gov- For repairs and improvements fuel and is the duty of our people to look with some interest .: ..t ;;{
the will STATE OF FLORIDA t of Wisconsin under the act entitled ; apparatus to those movements which '
t or same be taken as onfessed against ernment for are likely'to
COUNTY. horses and
:MONROE forage public
of land to the Ter-I ; oxen; disturb relations. But ski
existing
8 "An act to grant a quantity why will Spain
and other incidental :
him.It stationery printing and
is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, Benjamin Megin, rity of Wisconsin, for the purpose of aiding in I thousand. hun- proclaim abolitionism in Cuba? In the.first "y-'Z'
Ir ; duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published VS. J J In Chancery. opening a canal to connect the waters of Lake I dred contingent and fifty-five expenses dollars., thirty one place it is the policy of England, and 'We haTe ..
f Thomas TaylorPhilip f with those of Rock river" hereinbe- evidence that France has
in yielded to
S I some newspaper printed within the Michigan For the increase and of the English advice .f'.fi'
J library
, !( Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month consecutively awyerandJamesFilor.IT affidavit that Thomas fore referred to, shall be paid and dischargedby one thousand five hundred expenses dollars: in this respect, so far as her colonies are ;'
. for six months. appearing me by the State of Wisconsin.SEC. concerned. Very few people in interested t y
of the board Spa n ,
\ in the For of visiters
defendants two
T1IOS. DOUGLAS Taylor and Philip Sawyer, .3. And be it further enacted, That the pur- expenses in
1 (Sijmed; ] Judge.I !. bill filed in the above cause reside out of the thousand dollars. slaver here Cub representation : it'
,
PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court chasers of any tract of the said even numbered in Corte
For barracks for cadets thousand
seventeen
the said Thomas Tay- "
State of Florida and that :
" do hereby certify tbfe above to be a true copy and that the said Philip sections mentioned in the preceding section., five hundred dollars. There are reasons why the Cuba interest is "
of an Order duly made and entered of recordin lor resides in Europe, and sold since the reservation thereof, at the not to be ,
likely in
resides in the State of Mississippi, For expenses of the board ofvisiters, for the duly weighed the home country. :
II the above entitled cause, on the sixteenthday .. Sawyer It is Ordered That said defendants appear minimum price of two dollars and fifty cents year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand But revolutionists do not look to ultimate r ;'
entitled to receive from the
ot August A.D. 1847. per acre, shall be and the success of liberalism
in
hundred and two thousand effect Spain
be
the said bill otherwise it shall eight forty-eight,
and answer $
,
Commissioner of the General Land Office a cer- 1)i
1j P. B. DUMAS, dollars. over other interests is more likely, :
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. taken pro confesso.Ordered That a of this Order tificate of the quantity of land so purchased, Approved May 31, 1848. in obedience to the example of,France ide '.,. a'fi''
is
It copy
1 _jan 7,1S4S. lamf6m further in and of the amount of the excess paid therefor, answer to British to the"fret. t ;
__ polc
be published in some newspaper printed over and above the value of said land, at the dom of the slave procl .i
In Circuit Court, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per [PUBLIC-No.40.J and should he succeed lisa .. r1 '
Thomas AN ACT concrning Spanish steam vessels.Be I.
the said abhtult
. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: for nine months, in reference to acre which certificate, to the amount of such of Nana :
CO;NTV OF DUVAL: Is CUANCEEY Taylor, and once a week for four months, in excess; shall be receivable from the holder it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives mini the, some *concessions !. 1 '
may island. Uutthis
. Mary Moore reference to the said Philip Sawyer. of the United States of America in- aeng 1
JTS. thereof or his assigns, in like manner as so hardly likely occur .whatever his t ilk"+
f \ Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER, much money, in payment of the public lands of 'I''' Congress assembled, That all laws now in force views i may be and however ,
F Henry Moore. ) Judge So. Circuit of Florida. the United States. That, in the event of the I exacting higher duties on Spanish steamvesselsof influenced by, England and gt.he1y'b ;!J
having been made to THOS. F. KING SoL for Compl't. the United States than are exacted: on steam- example I
F satisfactorily appear death of any such purchaser before, the issuing France. But I submit to the : ;
by affidavit that Henry Moore, the defen- Key West, February 19, 1848. 9m of such certificate the same shall be issued in I vessels of the United States arriving at Havana, whether the seeds not .Aec people :

. dint timed in the above entitled cause, resides .NOTICE. favor of the lawful representatives of such pur or any: other port in the island of Cuba, be suspended ar germinate whchwiataerlydl : ,f{3
beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, out of I ,so as to place the said steam-vessels on a aud'pezdnt' e
chaser.
:MONTHS after date I shall present my 'th'tl of .
wa State and in the State of New York therefore SIX footing of perfect reciprocity the suspension to slan1'he' \; i
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accounts and vouchers as Executor of the SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the nee that all he done at once to ef ;
for aid,on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq, Solicitor Estate of James B. Roberts, deceased, to the judge of the district court for the district;; of continue secured so long as until such. reciprocity otherwise: shall be tet -it is more surely accomplishedby I i ,1
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complainant Judge of Probate of this county for settlementand Wisconsin shall hold a term of said, court in thereby' ,. provided instilling into the mind of the Spanish- : : a.
a It is Ordered That the said defendant appear.. and at the t. same time I of to for by law pIe the principles of England under the :
. and tdo allowance by him; each year at the seat government, commence ; hue lit:
answer bill of complaint of said comp1ainant shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a on the first Monday of July v and another, Sic.1 2. ..And'1Je if farther enacted, That if any guise of aiding e cue of ctita.tiofr I ,..

, h within four months, or the same will final discharge from my Executorship! of the term of said court in each year at Milwaukiex 'higher duties than those.before mentioned shall dom in.Europe. We have, .; e i ; ;

taken as confessed against him. Estate.of said James B. Roberts, deceased. to commence the first Monday January.- have.been; or' shall be, paid. by ,any.Spanish nough ts1e.i wholly incompatible'with 4 '.
At it is farther Ordered, That a copy of this of the 'steamer arriving in the United States on or after liberty
JOHN ROBERTSExecutor; He shall also have power to hold. special terms, tha n n.tolerating the former : r r
Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, last Will &C. of Jas. Roberts, dec. for the trial of causes, and for the determination : the.first day of May one thousand eight hun-. cot hop long sacfa maintaining : :;
*pllblished in some newspaper,printed within Apri122 1848. 6m of all suits or proceedings in said courts, at 'dred and forty-Height; the Secretary of the Treasury has t of theTEng- f 'il(;
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1 the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week con- either of the aforesaid places, at his discretion,' is hereby.authorized to refund the_same. lisp press for hal'

txatively for four months. Brought> to Jail, as the nature and the amount of the business Approved. May 3L,.1848. that they possess'political. and:BccgroPmprivilegesexcecdirigaayotherpeople'and'itre" ,}f. :
,; THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. ON the 20th fast, a Negro Man and who require. The said court shall be open at' s .......... f .,.

.OsCAa HART, Clerk of said Court, do hereby calls himself JIM HICKMAN, says all may times, for the purpose of hearing and deci- Puszio-Nc..4LJ rAN secure in the perpetuity'-of their' government, l.
certify the above to be a correct copy of an he belongs to Robert Stewart, of Marion ding cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction ACT to refund money for expenses Incurred they find it difficult to attribute to any?nation. ;
. order made and entered of record in the aboveentitled y county,Florida The owner is requested so far as the same can'be done'without a subsistence or; transportation! 'furnished/. ulterior' designs against them. Such a" le'

1 cause in said Court on the tenth day ofebruary to come forward, pay expedses, and take him jury., The records and papers of said court for the use'of volunteers.;during the present cannot be.Jealous of*others 'The 'f ei'gdtt 3 i

A. D 1848. aWAY.. J. A. BARBEE. Jailor C. be kept at either of the places herein designated war, being mustered :into the service of the all-are" 'constituted--.likoahemaelved-=that s; '

In WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set Jacksonville,April 29, 1848._tfHObiPSON'S may for the holding of said court, as the U.States.. while the people govern in thei'Ctl'a- !!

IL.8.] ttj hand and affix the 'seal of said DIGEST of the Laws of judge in his discretion'may direct. .Btit enacted by{he
Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. 1 Florida For sale by SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That the of the,-United, States,of74t11CS in liberal of representative. monarchies,;.tie P

February 19, 1848. 4m 22. A. M. REED.J. clerks of the district courts of the Territory of Congress, assembled:,That the provisions:of the control These few ambitious, and it,is one : &$
April Wisconsin shall, ,before their;term of.office.expires joint resolution approved March third,eighteen of the objects of ambition. to, plant E.Cu ]

HOUSE. A B. CUBBEDGE, certify under seal, and transmit, to the hundred and forty-seven,entitled"A resolution ethem coast a restless government of .1

ALACIIUA BOOK SELLER AND.,STATIONER, clerk of said court,all records of all unsatisfied to refund money to the States which have supplied and Spai Not, all the army; ._and- naval ; .
Tn Subscriber purchased the house (next door to Ver- judgments and of suits pending said courts ,volunteers and furnished .them transportation could strike a_more..deadly r Jt '.
..... premises formerly owned and occul South side Market square& Butlers Shoe Store,) respectively; attaching thereto all papers .connected -during the,present J war, before(beinhg blow at the American Union than.would (accomplished i c.
by J. W. Pearson, Esq., at Newnansrille, stille, Luff boro Savannah Ga. therewith in all cases arising under the mustered and received into the"service by such a government in Cuba. 1 : ',

I *-*1.will be ready to accommodate Boarders will be, laws or constitution of the United Mates, or i United States.be,, and the tame,we hereby, "I repeat again am alarmist;but I_flrmljr a i
,. &ed Travellers after the 1st day of May next, n' Orders from the country promptly to which the United States1 shall' be'a';party; : extended, so,as to:embrace all cases,of expenses bli eltls the policy otEg1d.
"t *ad hopes by his exertions to make his guests as filled at the lowest prices .and they shall forward the same to the clerk of heretofore jncurred,in:'.organzinngsubsisting, abolition of sTe tp p

*'*fort .ble as possible. He has good stabling, March 11,.1848.. _*7 said district court'of-the:>State:of Wisconsin, i and:transporting,.volunteers-,:'previous to their ibt ir\eTt. 'Europe do hot point .

\&**a first rate hostler always in attendance. CHARLES .DfiWAAL: who shall enter the same in his final judgment being mustered:and received,,into the service lot diplomacy shall J i*! '.1
, GEO. M. GALPIN. and execution,.as if such'suit's or'proceedings the United States for.the'present war whetherby in Madrid...'.There::aretno. earthly Pa
I :'pri11i 1848. 6m AUCT.IONCEH in'said'court: t State counties corporations, or individual, against 'ThereI'is'no obstacle in the. t
, f!' r.nrunnille, JACKSQNVILLE E. F. had originally been brought ISic ; ,: It way-- ;sE
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J I of the County attendedto 6, And be it'furtherenact ;Thati/the; either acting with* or without.the ,authority Every succeeding event onl j.marks #

:. lOB JF>JiEN'F.1rNG, JS-SALES in any solicited/part '" ., clerk of the supreme court of the,Territory pf an .& eIbtnid4d.7karcvarThat. pr of of British siitesmeaatXdo. not i the'deg 411
Of VtRT DLCKIPTIOI ; respectfully 1848. Wisconsin shall deliver gnrto the clerks t>f amadet to the satisfaction_ of this Secretary; \intelligent man.in that country has even dream- 4'

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t .t \ .theoiJRgalnst war 1 Gld. bo [} .5eP1 \V1?tI J.h :g tiIcation; of Whig pfia*. att i flIfliet1t lfr the most terrible 1 blowj ,,1it t et t'1 .It

p. ... 4'- of the home government.to. dptho miY parfr could vdesirt. ..i' Noirirhat! are the remedies < ,** WO hold to be established, b1)his Allisonfetter -upon tPioT The hJstor-olth" t..! 't _..j :hi:1", ,,"L'il.p.tt : ._ li;

; ... .As at present constituted., : and by the8tatementof; the;.LouisianadelegatfoitfTAndye :;.resolution introduced. by.. Mr '- rm" JiWI. 'AVI". :us.. ..1.'h. .It.'Y-1" .'Yi"'

t1i!/ .opinion, be but little ; understandrthe former a1- Tdr:XM, ln5 Februa jrlast t.* rahO 1d"be. fresh Iii. ',made,thenrAatttttr, o ',.... r. f.W

it llst'bf officials here ant nearly : so as convingppledg tbntwi the one greatquestion' eT 1'1'-'SoiJlem'mi u1. The"'Northern Whig I ITo -9:J' Ltbe n 9l1'f.1;} t o oft it I
Thesepersons being suddenly
-which divides and
I of principle :most 1q
,4 4.' ?er;at home, and having.the" agitates the countrysUTEN5ION'OF,SLAVIC !inabc. Jt Ajwrf a single dissenting *notj1n.words'themo A&I, IaW 1I

troops with the most ExaVKRTKMUTOR non Iree T ? fDjll.'n9t leek! ';i a d it'would"ha,e-beeh carried had iiOhhw'Dei2oaats &
t!. f (Spanish treasury, would set TJqK8 1. interfM r (theatiion. f.n *:J ThaMs:a' \ ; divided:Toff thl1j ufo 1f r. et'\f ttcona !

.! : Vtfnd-t rests they of would the country.be seconded, ".". "{ great point gained*.Thiais;anariangcmentwith'whidnw ; tr -thisro: *iDg forcaatO.ot.Ja t'[ 1 t'likethefdssotne t < \X

'STATES: .. canfbQ satisfied.,. g j e J iT C r \
only resort for either of these tj rq. 'course 2fL wconge5s1ona1AdrninistratIon3.TheDemo9ratcp'tyodke 1 t IU .
people the means of securing: / : But what may be1considered as more significant .iT J> conlrary.expressly o mr <.
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f j to the officers their than is .," V - i-"; 'J* K. !"" I 'ff t11&mrty otEer 4
jTTiTT --f"' *T f'V**! *,-.'.; iil-i *4 "It' *Li.tMBW in : d !tr.1mi "
; :, remit, or I am no prophet. ,I : .. t Whig3Lofthe etkpoflgressional} Disitrict deny the authority.of! : nptuieddie i'
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\ t vents,to put this prediction' :ofVMassachusctts.--'It should be borne in the matter at all. ,, .;....d;. t ;1 wayjdonbtlesstor t ii

; : indeed it is difficult to see ; I -.- n" 1 theh1g. .. .., r
11 thelDenJocrata Florida 'therefore;:bi.'ffd.O Ill' .
Let : pf < .
mind that ASI&CN is the mwt rabid and.fIUiMi4 I ,
'could be sent from Spain : .H !' f there.as Ut
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V1 ... : act in such an emergency. : ', 'cal. of all'political f aboiiiionists,1! V' ...,";_thatlie'en,: ,. *primary- or. county4" --i. J meeUuexpes--'Al.; v t "i"y ourelccto'ral A t;* :;i 8entiinent'Ithe free States.b1.4t1 j ,W!*. JJ.
< .of
:t't, accustomed to revolutions. deavoredrto. 'attachrfttlaiory. pJ1 AtU: .tenDJna on.to.jecurc| success,._ ]. fr rt i ld1ie"& d ii re1r't ti
:. I.t'Uf"t ners,and they really care, : ticket -But let them not surrender one tIt.tllftleIr,1l&its. maplatformpa '
Republicans auamend. '
to the JPrenchi 'g
secure in their I which,the South ",
places. coulduntouched
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upon"
insist
: ; ment exulting at Ihespeedy emancipation of the They. JIll i rc
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their
dence in .
patriotism. ; th.th
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the old Spaniards if I :V.'. est.tric'sl4TesTh horrible i 'results"which :. ,, iit'.. .t\i.. s iic h" pcoj1e. ;.of anterritory..have : .W .,,
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..; .. may ,) -' '. .... .> ; .... .1IJi ,. 1C *- -j> i..it-- 'i7'it* -;, \ and on reading aP 'IS
: : Creoles are certainly very ensued upon this policy W1bCfU1 m,anoth- .no institutionalauthority Jo tiO>o"'Mr..Y. n eyI m +..11
Wanting in stability. ( \ until shall meet for theformatioirbf : JftHiSfEintended
'J J exclude slavery/ they: ; ci.t
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;: There meat 'inevitably -' y er"COlumn'l' H** f,1: : republican ; was not; y...preferencefbuttbelievo a : f fl7throunds .
party-a party, : : '-"- yvBy coer .tme j"- 1.lJr
'him to be.;tr an'honest'and
Switzerland eWhlgi '
j;: Belgium Italy, I ttmlr-C'fu1'tTi if: telegraph to'the Sa tloJt..1\t.'he Convention ithaboUUonis :
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,: :. ria; and eren Austria and capable man, ;.opposed to the acquisition ko f t 'J-'c s J ;"..fr'X'i?* -i ivannah 1 :: f .
These :'' J Texas with soundand conservative Georgian,1 we t.learn that Barn-burT W o > '. -i
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I -once so bold and rapid, as to Stlo/ina.. .opposed to further enlarging,the.boondari 3 oftfce ..Contention...atVi _, J .. ..ail," .CII f.gr s ""to JA. torfer_ *. tjslavery.'or '
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.. and the sympathy of all andalthough belIvesintbe.W1.tudihei to iakt'lacipJeljtfil *
4 *=Rnunrj Pre -diG ] oioz .
t' 1 1w Gadzde is tolerated- J do.not ; _iJ
i. ; then,must raise its republican slavery ;yet ; t
( PreSid n& WeU U lto'niri) & t ie thereto ,ealenlated : O'
foV VlflJ > are tc.'Mr" 'I
;- Jcnow of no people on the. .believe that*he:desires or approves:its .e ten ( -.. '.. -
County '
I:.;, to honor its triumphs by sion.>xlfiideclared sentiments are guaranty that l&inunba. otvoteatbrowntortM3.. .. 'ticket, ,. 1 1r : lut1aifrla t cr14t ihe J1C .-1
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.t ,i 'dicious acts.: Spain has far he mil f1tV.tr.in the,slightest.manner*interfere with ,.- ..-. 'or ." .terferenceinth thehts,o :i

....' than either true courage or the actionof Congress when it,luzll/orllitl.the existence -I JFiLLMORE.AND; THE; SOUTH; .portion.o"the*, people,of nf ,,,
: ,unfurl the flag of liberty but .of slavery in ournenfy acquired territories.
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Proiably'as
strung ft : In the-8tates the 1rs
j. ..ed in the blood of the innocent ,Let representatives of the, opleand of the or ,: rb .t

.* .:t .; in Spain' will be' worse } ter than w e States be left free to act upon that question, unControlled ; eiiden 1& end of hls'beliet't iat.l than the parties1 interestcji in tiaSKh ..t.tr

,' ....:'i Prance. But it does not : a time after, byExecutive ,influence. i and1:Executive ,Congsss_has ft right to'interfere wiihihc 'question i No'tr.-the' l'I.* .., .r.'parties. *,interested- '*'aeem'.t_"9 t W"1. *'
.t. : there for a time at veto, and>we are safe. >!'need i not-I am '
prevail: : not (f slavery, that.canlbe obtainedj ris)his the people inhabiting these fTmttori'J '
: mischief.JbAn expe confident, give to you'any new assurance,that: f
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: vote h the House of Representatives oa January right ,is ,by nsdenied butithatmade1 '
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r v-e J as their re whenever.the question' in-.any.-form,jahalLbe ,

if.. } Van Suren and Gen. declare ah] presented during my official term, the rights 3/1843 f/- upon aTesolution'introdu6edrby/ r i; L < ; :toinduce 'Congress' to.--'i t__ ei-

., this reasbi =humanity,sha.U find in mean unyielding advo Mr.jttoKOAN, instructing:Committee. .ter., ,questions:ol slavery, or to takehereto.4oea'not : t .
:4. of the N. Y.. .
correspondent .
.1 .. :r cate. ..The issue.will soon come'j.it is to be met '
...... :: Baltimore says: urge his in the halls of Congress. < J, *. ritoiies to inquire into the.expediencyofre-' : comprehend lh. id' : .
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I alone p nfan act passed-by;the Territorial Legislature interference to me strange; i (;tjtt Ji
e. ; a{: John Van Burcn will havp This should be taken in connection with the e
,t. 4',. i .Gen. Commander after him :.political letter of th'e Hon. A. STEWART, n'warnvadvocate of .Florida,..entitled 'An Act to prevent If 4I had' been In the Convention, s.handling 'I g\.l '

;, : "-a soon as his Park speech 'Gods would of tho Wilmot Proviso,a. deyot lfriend1GenTAmoa thy future migration or emigration offrce.negrfes the_ subject.in.this':soft all d .

;. .f.#-: ,He touched the General on a Northern or niulattoes.\into, said, .Territrryertso have .insisteci on passing the "'rjutijduced 'or'h
;;*: he called him General and a candidate in-tho WhigConven j
<.\ .::. ;- though probably without kn $ to the'ex- tion for the Vice Presidency, :We extract it rmththereofas imposes capitation tax on such of by 3Ir. Tulee in the Se 1 te : ,

.::h' 'h doing so. which I will ,. that he I.from the National Intelligencer: \ thfn as may enter said Territory, and aitthorizes distinct, and cover.precisely the tzi e ,'A

,. .-. Although the General is a the Wilmol their sale for ninety-nine iears for non-payment of and: were sustained byr ing h cJi_ **:
.;-*? he was, until recently, an WASHINGTON, March 1,1848. :
s4dtai. never,be.met or answered but I aD ,1'
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plantations. GENTLEMEN Since writing letter of (>
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,.,.. : .t' .. held, he lost by the too free South. The I have referred: to the"Signal my correspon-yesterday On the yeas' and nays being ken the result to think that all was done, and_more,tia *,,:1.'l 3 J

.;J''.. b'-nine-tails." on the bare the success deIi e." :and find it, on the.point.therein refer-. vas, yeas 113, nays 80; FILLMORE, ')ViNTHROP asked by. Mr. Yancey. Be that as &m'i" 't
'.. ? employer's female slaves. It to to be as follows Gates and two tickets'are before :
.' is proved : Giddings Slad *voting no or us, and'we can\-uiltise ,1"I'
:, ,., ordered one of the field hands The editor of the ; 'f
his linen repeatedly Signal says : The exten in favor,of the. resolution.. as to which is mos likely to afford ito ..l
?: :: up 1hich.she being sion over the'continent beyond the Rio Grapdeof I
0 ,.''..'";!. not do up to his satisfaction. petitions in the ordinence of 1767 is an' object too high On the 23d February succeeding, Mr.Bit zoos the South, or give success to those'tiiifctt.. !,1t.C

;. took her out in the field and candidate and permanent to be baffled by'Presidential ve' asked. leave'present the following resoluti< : : ored principles for which we are and htti beqso ,

t. 4i' .' b brutal fully with the -- concedes to toes. All that we ask of the incumbent the ''Whereas1 airiaws passed by the Governor- I ;long;oo ling. If we split. now; andlr'l 1t .
the that >
0 : v. was whipping, highest office under the. Constitution is to hold" ind, Legislative' Council of Florida are in full jar among pur&elvea, we lose "all;* 1 :1.,1
.: : ately discharged. He then this subject,, his hand, to bow.to the will of the people as' force "until disapj roved'by Congress r;there- (q. .t.
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: against the planter for his Congressman, Lvgwluturc.atphjj .Ju4geilJ'
: have ex promulgated in. legislative forms and restrain'the fire. i.
:'. :,' ...mainder of the year, and for I I again hoist: ..Executiyc.action in its'appropriate channels -; "Res lt7ed, That t the:Committee on the' Judiciary :- ; '&c. We have too much atzie.> Ov .1.J

V. ..' .4.. ;' time.%og and The hominy"case was he would called battle for /'' General 'Tay1 r,'in reply, exprcses'hIs I 'be'instructed.' ,forthwith..*. report, the fol- Southern Democratic friends, w hc a (J
"high .opinion, and approval of the Ientimentsand .a
.: ..: i tails" case, and the jury gave Cause. views embraced'in his editorial." lowing.bill: Delegates.theBaltimojre convention, t Iiaii.. "
your ( ) "Be it enacted &f the & aiemul House
... but refused to award him'the of.Representatives tied'to.all the blame which is about
,1 some,idea Yours, &C., A. STEWART. of'the Untied &ates- 1'America in UJozicip
; ": and hominy." Thus you will ed on the ticket. They refused to ask .i'
thZed..That act former
':: :. ateness of the title Prince induced us These are but a few paragraphs of similar Congress an' passed. by the "
Governor and Legislative Council of.the pledges.from the free
Territ States Trhile .
: and I apprehend it is one that a few ex that urWJg
have
4 ones 'appeared only within the last
<. : ; life. ry of.Florida approved by the said.Go1'cr 1or friends W-cnt. the ProvisolrithTOt'V .: .ah
through which ,
will wry .
two three weeks. The Mask
is March
..; t'r or offhand; .we on the 5th day 1842entitledj; 'An act TheIr platform, been'1aidbjahfjjie.' ;-' .
., : ? of what the future of free .
:.- : : : can now plainly perceive the design of the Whigsin to prevent' migration negroes
Z .'Presidential Movement in administra candidate.- or mulattoes to ,this Territory, and for other tures, Conventions, Mass Meetings, & cf.tit .
nominating a no-principles They
; Convention" is called by I purposes,' be, and the same is hereby,.disapprovetl Free States, and it was not deemed prudenth'the
'''.. :' ,of the voters of Ohio, :.I upon. slave- ire to rule in both Houses of Congress. and'establish and shall henceforth be of no force.;' face of their Southern
one third of them democrats the Boston I very allies'torelajft
'the Wilmot'Proviso.
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.' A motion. suspend the rules so that the again I see the Sentinel !
but to exUItiijJ
: t : are pledged support no .England, copies !,
*- :.:>.- vho is in favor of annexing LAWRENCE THE MADISON RESOLUTIONS.The above resolution might be acted upon, was rejected your article on taking down the, nominatioiia It't

!.: the Union, or any territory by-ayes. G6 noes 104 MILLARD .OC
: abolition Democracy coCFlorIda in Convention assembled ,_ ; and chuckles at our1 disa eementa .T1b
extend. The convention
1.I : 21st may of June, at Columbus. on March last;adopted as their solemn FILLiORE WINTHROPj. ; Slade. and. .&zltonstall;' weakening us. If r had been in.the Baltijawt ,:1'

Democratic National Ohio who expression of opinion; certain 'resolutions declaring voting aye. . Convention should have. refused,as.Skfcw
with the of And this man was yoted for Convention ; the
ly .
taking by
purpose to
/v .v as their de the equality of the States, and the right'of Delegates; pledge State; but our Cowta- f
.1. the candidates of the two SonthernWbigs. .: .- '.
;. i manner pro-slavery in their undoubted every citizen move with his property to ,i. i i tin,' tho it so instructed our delegates, ,'did lot -
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I *'- *' to to to Har-the any territory acquired or to acquired. .They i1IIG. PLATFOaM! say we would, not sustain,,a> nomineewuatia* ,,
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; jivs Col. Fremont.-The 1844, and rigidly'instructed their delegates to the Baltimore After a; 'considerable J roubTc-and labor,we ing the principles laid down by /the'Cna., :

:, ". dent. of the Philadelphia ( intimately, Convention to the same effect. The Bal- have _been able. .to.'obtain 'the Platform upon tion.. :I think we can and ought tosustala B

;*: : Col. Fremont is about to is all we, timore Convention refused to go the length of which the. Whig National Convention have. not only because: it 'gives us by a proper nslruction : 1i'
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>'viv 'view to a future publication, much force, the Madison resolutions, and merely declared placed th9'whig'party Iii'the present canvass.it .. the.rights we.:insist ,on, .batbeoai, p

the'valuable matter which his evil to the t that Congress had. no 'right to interfere with is broad and comprehensive.-Floridian.Resohed jsso preferable to the Whig ticket_ta'ftt.. ; ".Ji

*,*'- ,; .' prise and talent have that the the'question of slavery cither in the States or ,' by the Whigs of the Union. in National .same score, one which must be elected.- ; ;4rtt1t

i,. \I .;.i..: country.tion between At the the Pacific present and day, get rid of it Territories, leaving the question open whetherthe Concinli'on ass mbl ,' That we go before,' of us h'erewer. .' dissatisfied at first. but.. tie 1t1isf.strallyngto if,tl
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; '. ; : vast importance, and the ; declares'is the last his people of a Territory could'exclude slave- .t people of this with glorious the Republic in the pro'sent the standard of Cass,. ndiler ,
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*., *"* .ter of the country westward. to any rye of canvass our,old, party modified often-repudiated as to meet principles the and I hope you will be' able-soon :to b < '-I'

[ #. 2.; understood, the result of the 'into the In this.state of things,the essence of the Madison wishes of every section_ of the ;country, that istosay the banner .temporarily furled and.giveiTftthe 1ja:
well fitted for the task Cot
I" .*.:?:: looked for with more than as welt Let resolutions have been repudiated by theBaltimore' ; we. are' in favor of< *-..>--v protec---.' breeze. MADISON. Q:
mum bank' bank < < absoletumimprov
.., Convention the Central Committee' .'
It: not be unfortunate for ?
.: may will not
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mum distribut.-- Extract t of a speech .delivered in' 1811. .:'ly'J&iJ T
and for the of the '
i ence public General State recommend the support of the nominees a
old .
mum mum glorious.principles, & Zac Clay ofKent cky. ,
has been from 't..r ,
.4v5. .;. mont one must separated regret the in favor of and disown the position taken oy the very :Whig n not u1tra-.s.i.-.veto nothing "Regardless.of all imputations'and proudthe rf

..- : ; every which: it was brought about. to be a Convention which nominated them. That T glorious princ' war unholy and a- opportunity of free unrestrained iat r-

.4. ,. they had: 'a right to express their individual bpininable'JU f_jwe'swallowed it Cl fS*glorious course with all 'my f U w.citizenl if it T8t !
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slave
,. of ter- principles tocof cos.ruinous'pol.Icy physically possible, and compatible WiUtmy 1
i' :*:.:..v"FTS- French West Indies.-The things we opinion, no ono can doubt. But that they had old Lao 4 f mum humbug's official duties,I "would.visit every State,p to -a

... .: .. from the islands of Guadaloupe the-,Whig any color of authority to term the declaration, 1840 xX>\hard cider i Tippecanpe and every town'and hamlet address'evcryjmaa.b

present father a deplorable essential to of the Democracy at Madison as a "new and false Tjrler: top'irj greatconntry %- v / Henry Clay the Union;and entreat, them by, their love:rf
t. state of affairs under the ncw -a moment -HSindidate in 52 mum <'available country by their love of1iertyjtorthe'Rltof 22"I'
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4.. -: :: in France. The slaves in to issue, wo did anishall, still. deny.. They
give .- >. '>gloridus Irincipl.es.Cass and Butler themselves and th-posterity-ia t&e mat ii
: struck work believing that : : were_right,in view ..the'dangerous lf
: consequences .u old Zoo 1f( #) -I **v-*Hi" and of their venerated anccstorS-rin theasat '

: to be. .. and the I ( ) a journal whioh'1f uld result from;the.success*. (the in the language of the great& CLAY of Kentucky. the human family deeply..intereste .iaa* 't.

t iras being used to prevent an the "cor- Whig ticket, to recommend the Support of CASS ''I wouldhnmbly strate'myself.before Him j:: fulfilment of th'e trntcomtteditheirI1'by ,.
The new governor of and Him in;His to visit f..voredAand.twithWAEwith. ? waa-rby"alVlia
'and implore mercy, our all the Past'glO17. have | :1-
out' At Bum But it was absurd them to
the for
Guadaloupe, ,
; ,/ oH' .PESTILENOE'witFMfliLwIhuiny awaits us as a nation if we are true and IwAW .
tyi: JlCeDe f riot and suppose thatj in doing,ao ,it was necessary'ia repudiate ', ,"''fifcdurgrother' than' gratitude to Him who has hittcrto.so sifwBy ..1II

, > the Marseillaise Hymn" being the Doctrines avowed at,Madison; .MILITARY.RULE: a blind-'and* heedless en- b1esse4. uae-solemn11 puse-,4i4' t
right
on .I.t
:4-: ttproaxiousness. ,'rr ques For ourself we shall ever oppose so inconsistent th. ..;, 'i8smt. :" r' reARY.nEli. ..' -,. ,. '.... ,j'. OWN.1"- template the precipice .which yawnSibiefor** ,(

I'' 3 J l.are and wicked a'COUTBC'.and: await the action Fudged -..O fmmmOIl. I.bumbig'L ... .. .., If indeed' we-have incurred the Diving 1 Profitable Steamboating on ; .: P 'E' .iabiu. ,tl. eure. iit11ifitbe'netessaxy! to.e"-t i THK CLA'T 'ttit." i t 'ie te "t'1r !! -_ 'C'tJo't.: L jj1Jri<- 1M..j.r't ,"-." ...o---
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Iw, tffid&Tit filed In the Supreme : bted1 iinil
to a suit at law/etMes the 'and ardenUy supporttCAMaj3dBWi, .uii provided: '' Jl-Jlcbx liib.JM, : ',."r .... prostrate myself before 't
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floating palaces'the Isaac on the genu' thtt-Hhr people-of Florida;'express Ilheir'
Hudsoni. for the last year,to h asham determination to adhere to 1t e'M s -plat-; i past'to aadres .a letter,upon,.the subject' ',WAR; with 'TEsraE&csv Y4 ,

..r"i*. I., : tar..Y affairs/ fo Tho J1oD wti" our approaching ;:election-1eIii.ie momeni ; nith-any :8COUaGLh.ihaM1IWJ.
'a no.h'hP' nd'not .
o Unseasonable jDke.-The N. in.politics t '" ,;, ,' ,,,:,:t\l.\.. RULE:0r;a blind and .heedUffRENOWNll \. $*r> < .1

.'; U" cury is responsible for the l to have so principles candidate, on the score p'fiftvailabilitjalone now affords" .me th$ opportunity of doing so. I ,,zerethLiTARY.- ,. -- ?!,, Jt' i.htf "
> hat beilrased1S6 th'Ci U "uamitie 'r.1'Y'f )J" : --,- '-
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: that Dr. Coolidge ;who experienced together :course-now pursued
pears ,
.. : i. the Lucia PaUaivan May 27-
; hung&year hence, is learning ,, to a by, the.. Northern 'Whig-pressj is an' alarming.piopfefe t 'VJs. 'i b nit: i R tt.ti; f. MURDER f Frvm .INCENDIARISM& t--, ABOLI ,
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iAi trade! We have remarks whom he v- !L ') i.I i thj ti
: terriblogametbat in; notions ,which have disUnguished.! ** : ,,
he :"must ,find time to 1 ; .'J' whiggery. '. -- Jv.-?' ." ; lr rOF SLAVERY C .t b't .
wtu (while; preparing the soles of ; speaking of tends,to play.ttrA President without!" : politicaltalent _cians"t--ot.that'8t&tty:.and I' -h, :ibeen':happy,fo '. ,Oirworst antitipationsj.wa find rlri ;": I
haTe
COgni8il'h 6V t*lCtfk Avaw Jealous defender been surpassed in.thestateofgq.-
,. way he can." or4'i rorlJD.tioDi andself, deprived of his r ;
. ; tow* *_ :-. j 'J" !-< ,. "H t;*ff".d'h'jp 4 fusion.and'anarchy.intowhich things bats 0f .
'ij 7 -** !* ; it our duty veto power, is,to. be ruled'by/a Whig' Abolitionist : of;that faithAncn1ergeflC7 .haa' .occunze. len'under the newiystem'tMirtiiqie cf f+ .,
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At> ;. r" igZar CWnctrfoia.-In rebel Re .,pongrcss. iv \' ;" : io which tesJ"fihil( time; (which-above all oenff, jagunif, jeraiamze." rire;ana oww r. .l

%p and Doll''th r are ten -'from our The result. can; easily bftTfofeseen.: This re- \ tJ1er.tim a': w n 8lfor'unit1iie, 't4idofF1onidind have: been resorted to by the.negroes.tad.&, r ,
number in the of Cass -3W J&t'-i/V1 *' "*" e**- "* "
names : t themselves"to intimidated
t a'the' suffering !
things have "
suit must be'avoided'and'can only be/avolded' distracTthe Democracy cast ;
*3-gS> the full names James E.! and thorities have surrendered their powe0 j. ,

Dallas: there are treenty-three all our by the.sttppprt qf'CASS,ano JBirrLt ,;.bt all;who State* a1tliOUiJeflh1rUCO. _of Whiglrfc't I i n44'ot 1 h .V bbl-i 1ctI 'baJ W.a\t.
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; < * same number in the full the Gov ,upho.SoutherRight&. 11J Sdbeirnilg:; ifft-sfcmt rmTabs ." is' 1iSf2 d.i Thtre'ts'hors *t Get .' .
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and vWillian> 0. B tler.' ; ring' that delegates iuoginedthcy'viee! play ing.n,amu-' ceiw. { e.IU.t.UD,9# 1,1; o t i uon.s0 ,, t Jl .sat urn alia,"to'Jife;or property, LIrUJ". 'I
'Another concidence is that'' ; bent?}'Gen. l'i ihft li (ftd. ,il myjsuppljrt- :and nuinbers of th3 inf't 'haTr N11
yield
-i? Totes Convention ((lear:ng; : cairwell 'si D | m& :J nJ d6n f> 4'iSdntfiern ai4 .t .,>, *, anafind.1 ,! -* :d't seefcqtby?flight td'otheroUnt4\' 1.
DA'I and Mr Polk was ele: 1 aVailable jcandi aterThey will w.er TA .$Uf' P" rP P. yqurmsst I
' ta 'i 0)*). ** : Under him L, '4. .,viSin.Y-*>* \.swf< Yfij if iifvf'l bysgn. : 4 t. KavW:6nlac ror!Th }TowIntbUIfl'
tirS U J ;! .* both the Northern.Whig'press.tlwt they 'head &: >nevx.present > ..th.i&e Jht.t 1 iI.eDbf\ttIi e-.i n t h.li .Jl li'
Michigan The !
? &rwf aw.- ,-whom'we \ly beeni.thoroughly,deceived'but haw*.BQ.bj c'ted'S .withiytben; ( 1thJaibjI ; ha'Ou Monday tfle 22d li1atan a J1tg9,1a !.;
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\ '? : of June.2d says: 1tA report," ; .- J
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i t 1i': the city; last e \ man.-,;His u 1i stdte. fur. ristd ''f ). I 1'Thi ;;;:qbbuppo, -1,..to.T, witith.. "'soin 'j zWePii ft r byb1gasterMruIPiW'St/Pierr JJ' I
new1 States 8 ; I theJighborbd'of
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Farnsworth hadrcceived'the & 'of the ;XemoeracZofPIorida. : wilt therefore lend anxiety ineaclioii:.Of the Whig cOnventiOn, in.a somethIng heJ- ia.A. m. t_ AA? .fBSti ,
' it:.': s. Senator in:'place (Gen., iMiVel '' *tieJt"tw i S broughtto'JJghtto 4cemy'ita t.r'Ahdiiilatrua'i'he
victdry/if :all thcrauc: ener i ies, ion oJf'the'bemo- ln l ... -if and bUf1iJag.
':w Y.e' OI".W !t1 n '-; itf- ,' '' "*' "* .-*, --* i 1M rii
t'. .. iEbj'; t j > : el ctO .'lhere4' other :'Th I'WY. "t e i th ct.r'S1aortJ vr antt. tJ f.lIc1v' of
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I'II :61 the Mayor had:siomt:: 'soldi '1iJ1 attack the ptiWebca uwti,:den Jt FWi iBi.I n' tJ.' 1..., .. .._, -.. T "" i ., h

tt rA resist ir lae'mob,aid,n 4 bn'the, eveofdis-} teiminedr'< madeenty, ,ilto reti f.f\1f'. t 41l1.10.. J\11, :'Yti.cuT.IW.y.t.. ," .fJ..I7.. .{ ;,. .<.I1i. .0 : :' ; $ $
n.f.i 1. ;
,. force of arms when Mr. Papy sist any attempt of the' v H '' t-'Y"'jf. CI'a .i.1 Xn.A.Dtllf,1ng
the kind. ,
J ; ; JTotJGapt W& f. ,. ... ft. 8..nf."Jr <. .._.. J - 'ifound to set the effort In their '.b ,.y..lt. ".' .1 'J
prisoneryft1. :
proper halft the above unfortunate & i cAPeTn : fMB
11f J And the best medicine known'ioi i .cr j';
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: The mob, pushedon'iby, >:some evil? persona express their jleartfelt gratitude and .Aatlmt of evchry ata ge.jU". .1' '"' J 6-. _, :Ci a. :

, '1t 'f.sca1s.among the coloredfree'conti.ngreat that is all they-havo:toffer him, 'notharmsaredh "u;chitis,'Influenza,.\C 'hsCo.Bleeding f gt-d.ewr ipw 1 tJ P/L-.A= ,.edified a .. Hr,; MtMiiitm &i.

omp1ain of M r. Duchamp's in behavior numbers toto !,:-Ii dollarof: theiryaluablee.pr per-. ; lfth.t'M 8hortnessor 1J reetb) ; 1; the 'IHsttict<' Xand.Officeat. N .t rrand" that\ 'tta.F&Z3Zmenupned. t i w. *;!;
his acgM es Collecting 7*' { ,fp rAinl as ireaktieas aIloWe4 b 'ra' <.r#ht j ,1 tai. s'1io b
f 'T>' r is the std ; IUjfo. b rgnattetset.
1I 1I evening, they began to sltow the lnten 'The'lblacka'were tnassatteing,, tho.vhite inhabitants :.f'.i., ., beastr au. !vr.J2 ; .tioatl'tippoa _fe1i.'i l. .iilr -.- ili "i '. I fW
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'f Vf firing the town... ADOUS 7 o'clock'the daily.-Some thin y x persons,inclu. \ <; d oWer.,g r,t 1sd 1 rItied ltf the inn ex d 1 : .W.tM1t.. '. e# r:_ *Mr:
1r 'hjl. 4'' ; "f.the.1. J 'f '
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house ; ; .r "
taecndiiry torch was applied,the o f ding women and children,;were on one occasion I ; {, pULMaxARY Rt} TS. "m these. towmbpatte'; c1t1. Alb ft.h Eeister load JB : '1r4 I .
itQ, 1 k. ;;- .,., a .d li "l ,
.Jftjj Sanois being the first taken in their dl&.Jres1 driven into a house,the building set on fire and I .1 J on of.L UClure 1 '""f" t .J. 'W i y
I d was then occupied by two with its unfortunate inmates,.entirely consumed :A:very'!important diseaM;+Otcf;.which 1 this wua"iIIAItOO/ --i': :" -;'* & -s-:pttr-- taiit,tot8e"*",, P wrement. ... '('A'tha niiftfA .':

e Spiers (the Lesuears and Li et,) v.- i "Balsam'2 _cx rte a very.po..mut.ln4uen is ould the'.f'Hn' "'' '..' :: t".H. 1 S.*
4 {Uel: other had joined.them- Tho .white inhabitants"_ o- ( -that'of a t1 *if (}..F4t3=_:,*''jf 3i J' '.jy.P':j: fii't., "' Archl'00I ; 2 tie siffiduTi, .mJ"'io.ttf':.u.e&d & iSrttt' tore NT?I
rrh some persons were fleeing,to every .. : DISEASED'LIVKILla dlazti4tod, iuad t lrtltn.. .hicIi proof oho i" the.M as to the imm i '-*>A t; ,;
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I ma kin in all 33 or 34 persons mostly place that afforded .the possibility of, an asy- I..7'\n$i : settlements .J ':" 'h" P-l".J. vj: t <.Ie' ,y 1 l' :; .'a..
,gym, children. The mob entered the bun from the-vindictive this complaint it has;.undoubtedly proved ': ulr& x ,215(1 'i' n
and assaults of their .- Unl4'the' f, In the ; 2
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a eD by breaking up some A number had more efficadouS than..remedy hitherto employed daffitofJ .on"befoitethe ate q
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below and began escaped to New Orleans. Some ; cants willforfiitallr titloand
e and:ia t Unfortunately, whilst they were captains of vessels had.declined taking of patients .n.,, !' .- .. .. .J.rf"r ,
any .
s one of the inmates (Mr. the refugees board : had endured;long and''severe:Buffering; -* Taw '.r Duiteg oa a'be6ort itill.
oa their an .1 Rta rr dxalem t
tHe premixeson ,c eIs fearing from the without i '' .."t. q ., :, I poIieaC" iRraw. f
the staircase above, .fir attack from the blacks.. disease; receiving the;least ,r 'be filed.end oM d_t ed ..
1I jyeana8 ,) and kilted of them. Business benefit from'various remedies .and when.MEB: Thirty-one South.Thirtyone Eighteen East< ;
the invaders, one of all kind.wa at a stand several 'Jane;3d ;184-.ry',5tJt
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ft on ; olfl'
death of their comrade the vessels in CURT has been resorted to in vain,the use.oftAisBalsam .*.:*" ':do -fThirtyxme }; Nineteen do. 3 -1 A422 e t, 'i
1P : tea at the / yh were port unable to dispose of their 'Jdo r.. d. : -.;, ;urr ,
has restored the LIVER to a healthy : ;(.dQi .- ,Twenty do?
made one heap of all the 'do ."',
the 'se cargoes. .d I
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1 :tend tu and.of the staircase, which they cut Capt. Webster is of opinion.n.that assistance'T. .actI ,\sad in many instances effected.:M' ; 'I'1.; ...o'". Ado'a : 1'1rent1; .do ,) ..ur'ddct ." 1"" .vie i481 1 |?'

t r and; then set fire to the whole. Except- were not speedily received, the place irhould be PERMANENT ,CURES "HJ.1after Thirty :doChirtyoae' ': .,, Twenty.saaet, :2:7.. : < :....1"hH. .

. mltlemen who escaped half burnt and entirelydatroye&, a e.nr.rboWD remedy had failed to produce ">*'* I do Jit-oae''do'do> .J .. .:. '- 4j.-JJ .t\i ., ,.; J t:{ i 8&
3. tiC ped by throwing themselves from the Theme governor appointed by the French this desired ejfccte% "** t/ **. ', r. / Thirtyttro. .Yndo'rt rTwenty.ene.do.. 'i J fl'Ittr.4..'{ $-;,,"!: m\t : .4'f .m't1 i
J m uu 'Besides its astonishing efficacy In the diseases '.Thl1ty.. : f-.coi.r. 'TwentyoJdo: I : <
inmates all :
perish- re had not 'do'i.'do. "
::afJ1r1 theyardjthe armed,'but, was dai\yexpeo-\ u.ic ,lt i *! '
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r J ames! During this awful scene which ,alwve menUonedywe .find it very effectual -. shirt D.jl.tdo;, ; "j n9t do.;: ;f j.t.:1w't.t'r'v th't'i17..n'aI ". iNJIi.! f:

4 ', *SSitkrea or four hours the authorities of the ,The, decree of.the French. government,' abo- remedy inASTHMAi: a.complaint in which. it Tbirty.twodo., ,. l' Twenty-two; doiTweatytwo' : do 'd : }}M.a !i M*4!
4 .?scat nobody to the rescue of the unfortuSSJc lathing slavery in the colony,\took effect on,the has been.extensively used withfdteidedf_ +ceeis. Thirty hreetJ' .idoThirtyfour '!. : [idoTwentytwo .j. ..: .:..rdy" .r' .r.act : .t. !b t i isSSi:

f The fire engines goin to the spot, were 23d' May. The official announcement'of the ,etesln.eaaofyeatagtaadirig ?Jt .i -t Yt %. ._ .do /do.: :, ::do 'f: '! .J.r. y,.,4. r J.- ill

4t SSL*oath s way by the brigands 5 and'when Mis contained in the Courier laUartiniqne It-not only 'emanateii frames "IIThe c ., .,, :
cian but has abb been;' *, .as to the settlement. ;afeould t* ta tfe 't., :
weUTteted fat'eomplatnts -.11--1I1 e .
wwn II ani'ed wu too late. The Tio"rjlrf .of the 24th of.May.: A general amnmty for all memced.the ;af4croPcaltivated .h-it "Wacu isoisr' 1 .tti.
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tie fire pushed by a strong breexe,coned political offences is annexed.the'decre ,'coup. 'for."hichlt ia\ecoi eadedr-tI ii .erected-=. number. .-oomposis > .ot soresiiY ealttvatlon.tke' : d 1 1i r.' j J,

1J tree or four houses more In th same led with some local provisions for'tie future II. not my intention, therefore,*either'torlmtk'it. =-males: and females"-perso"hit_=the&&Hy.' 'i'U. "a.t ... .t.1.1.1-- .ii.:
to of the In mystery, or in way:deeeivrf)the'public of'J f
lorgnette) belonging mostly people tranquillity colony which recent distur- any A :i t!
ft JOHN-PABSONSj Beceiver.LAHD ._ \
f ) virtues' : ;; ? itO tn. ** ifx r-g.
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neeIfnLhsithe overrating I *
The fire was also put in another lances have rendered ; contrary; Jne. U' 4' i
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f street ii some distance to three fine houses oo shall simply endeavor to' ve brief statementof Filoti 4. .: 'f' I 1"foi. M! I L. 1'tJl"ffi '

t bit Marin, an engineer Mr. Portal Mobile Herald fr lime,'18t itut. its usefulness and flatter myself that Its surprising : : i
pied; by J ,. : ; .. .; i J :
IDd Mr.Lalaurette: the first who was a young LATER FROM. YUCATAN.. .. efficacy will enable ine to furnish' such Fir.Safes.r 1 \ ITh61arg i r .1<"lInda:Rubber Good u"l11' i 'p

escaped with his lady unhurt, but La Patria of proofs of its. virtues, as will satisfy the most in rU enl of IRON SAFES'm ?the' D. HODGMANttaaulact prernd Ciea1eitiU !
l B iaropem, Friday contains later from : ,
?__ ellously, having had 'several shotsJS Yucatan, received by the of Vera:news Cru&- credulous that' Consumption' may-and"CAN j 'United States can be seen'tt'.the depot'of$I kinaaatot, /. 1&'Rtibber41da.x Neir.York J rr t' .t
f lost every thing they had in way BE CURED," if this medicine be resorted in LAB.C. HERRING,manufacturer the gen. India r Rubber Wfla !
at him; they The Area Iria states that the 300 men who left U '*, ,' A '. wase, No.' 27' Maiden J !{*;
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I did not save even a second shirt nine'VYilder'Patent'Salamander:Safe Lane .
the house, and Campeche on the 20th ult under the.commandof Jtfos. comer Nassau st ;.
continued masters of the town For sale wholesale and'ntall by 137 and 139 !Water, street New and' second "" r t
Ike tcoaadrels D. Pantaleon Barrera rr-fii.jr; :; r '" #.
1I aU' that night running through all thestreets for the purpose of re T.. 0. HOLMES.&:CO' .h' bdJ Safes of other makers for sale very lore ; I +.
1I darin E conquering los Chen attacked the Indians in **Kt.Ali ltural.
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threatening death and fire to the whites. July 1 .Jacksonville, &?F.. .. ;
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tilled with pistol-shot the elder son of Mr.roun head quarters in the town of Hopekhen, [ The Eagle If Caster r :Manufacturing- Co. MOORPS' f REMIU PLdUSks( :; dil'eri ;
They obtaining a signal triumph ) "
slaying great num- ent patters "SnlKsb double
> iPORT
- of about 22 of ITIARIME IMTELOGENCE. ; MOtlld two and
io l,a young man who was harmlessly years old stan- berg of.the enemy, driving them from the town, t, '. ." l' '.. '.,(CE.. .. AVKion.hand and fori sale all kinds of Brass three furrow. ploughs, cultivators,'.' : i." 'i
: excellent disposition, taking fire cannons a barrel of and Iron Bed Table and Sofa Casters. 1t1
gunpowder over Office lers,straw-and sUlk cutters ,.
on-the *of a friend's door.on the Socentdx OF JACKSONVILLE JULY' 1. fanning ilis. y
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f iBag pern with his mother 170 muskets and'other munitions of,war.,, A F .262'Pearl streetu />-* 1,1" ., com cob and grin mll horse pnren
yonHage near him sh'ii
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1 he fell to breathe his last. Such result so satisfactory, obtained by a party of ARRIVED lug i3tachiti with':a(general 'aswrtmeiifof ?? '
whose arms : *
A vere the monstrous deeds perpetrated on Monday ought volunteers to have, commanded by a simple, individual, June 19 h.-Brig Sodom, Hanze, N.;'Y. Lamps! Lamps.!!, AgriMilttiral 'Implente&txJ -:o.'Bn Jtod 1 .:'
a great effect in ,arousing the Iron Wire.Cl r R
3 .; and, to prevent a recurrence, the. sleeping energies of the Yucateeos tot the 22d.Schr.. Del Norte, Meeks, St.Au "HouK's-P ATOt'SoLID,BOTTOM GLASS FotmTAnrCAMrHENK *' Ut.1.. f'li'm >ve* t ; .

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to aid the soldiery and marines, who were From Campeche under date 25th of the S. Mail Steamer Ocaraulgee,' all others} :.Manufactured;by/J.;O*FArr '" 't -v hltt. '1'.j J!
1 in the to be called May, I from Savannah Fernandez &136 Fulton nut "'J t -. ).4 : -.:}.,
1 themselves greatest eagerness following is published in the same periodical: McNelty, ,. to & Bis- A12 < Zmt'ot iSo1 and. 7obaacvPAR .( ,.' 1 ; :
forth, thought better to grant the boon of Four inhabitants of Bacalar who have arri- bee. a complete r'Lmp". LORILLARDflnuff 'and Tobacco'jtfin- '

1 freedom to the republican heroes and murder- ved to-day by sea announce that the June 28th.-U S. Mail Steamer St Mathews. Chandeliers,Girandoles,Wick, &o,.at lowest: No.42 Chathaar 1'lutactuter .\ "

3 ter $n& accordingly, the abolition of slavery who besieged that town under command savages of the Capt Harbert from'Savannah,*to Fernandez. 1 price, wholesale and retail.) i / > .*% % ,' f 1 :If ,otfieriforarj : A :
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in all the streets of St. Pierre Bisbee. .. :
ins proclaimed on ferocious J..ot M r ,
3 CecilJo Chi have made themselves abo/8nith; se8afotedi. : ". !
Tcesdaj, the 23d instant, and throughout the CLEARED. Straw.Hat Pressing Machines &&. \ a Io t '
French
masters of it after a long, hotly contested and ** : gape, American Gentlemen 5 .
bola] island on the following day I It may be bloody fight. The victorious horde has seizedin June 20.-.ltre l,PettengHL Portland. W. &.,W. H. LEWIS:Chatham. 'street,"opposite. > ,Scotch and other8nuft'. :_'--j! :ir :-j ,"l ".:4.:

tetter imagined than described what is the car- this town one thousand muskets, fourteen u .-Brig Cath. Nichols, Nelson,. Bost'June the Chatham Theatre: "; ". ; >, t,'<- >Also,'fine cut chewing and smokingTsbacco.. r ,.
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nosing of the new titoycns, parading the streets 27th.-Steamer OcamulgeeMcNelty Savannah. ." r"e" ; ': ,; !
3 and And a'ttJcl
cannons fifty barrels of powder... They every tin hiss Kne.of the Yel7.bos&'t ,
3. a feet or mounted on horses or mules with all also made prisoners the few persons left at the KUMBEL'S patent leather maclr&f fending, quaHtyk/ .Orders punctually attended to and : 41 .

lortsof flaps and banned8'Vv shouting Vive. la garrison. The Vandal Chi having been killedin June 30th.steamer; St.Mathews. ,'.*Hurbert* I .(stretched pnrf,the'only.patented :iaatehine in t full price current sent by addressing as above. 1!i.

Salt! Vive arrived.Perrincn! frc.HtPerrinonhas the attack these prisoners have escaped SavNlnftb'. the country.) These are made from the utt \ ,' '- 1-1) 't 'f'4t.cJ
The
not yet female with life, as the renegade Villaneuva successorto of Oak Leather,and from the heart,' :s ffd' fcaTayette Bbr Mill Std .
BopolaUon, white and colored, were thrown the dead Chief, has contented himself with 10? SOUTHEBN MERCHANTS.NEW part of the eide t only,= :thorbnghly stretched -e 11lanutnttO 1

I uto great alarm by the events of Monday night, causing their heads to be shaved, a mode of making and cemented,and riveted together,and,warranted Has been established at 240.Washmgion,s II : ..
ud a large number of them, with many men alaofed those white persons who fall into their YORK WHOLESALE HOUSES. to run;straight and to give satisfac' more than 25 yeajs ?French Burrs)1) Holland t !.
on board of the vessels in port, which and opus Mill Stones Mill Irons :
ridiculous tion. Orders
power not unfrequently practised addressed to the subscriber will :Bolting ,
were luckily numerous about 28 or 38 in alL- The meet .Clothss, &c. WM.JTYACE. y
by these idiots. undersigned, MERCHANTS,. Metcuracrv prompt attention. :
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r Tie large ships received 200 or 300 each. Many The barbarians have sent their emissaries as RESS, IMPORTERS, and WHOLESALE DEALERS'are W L KUMBEL, Patentee,S3.Ferry st.: ...,...

late since returned on shore. Several familiesare far as Pal en que, in the most distant towns of now prepared with FULL, STOCKS. aU ? i -, f-immm- .m**.'w fyg l *, klr .- .V Jo "t

preparing to leave the. island, and numbers Sumatinta; four of them have been shot,and it Goods in their respective departments, particu- Mant3raC Urer8' Supply 'Store. ,By-s"' t'>f.a" writ'of 1l.'.fitjvIssued ont of it ..K.; r"..:,

i re already quitted. appears that troops have left Tobasco to fight larly suited to the wants of Southern Merchants.The OSCAR SCHENCK & CO 132'Water'corner or.Court for the District of Bast 7-r".
,
the Indians who have descended into the.plainsof large and varied assortment which, the of Pine st. Dealers.in Cotton Wooll' Silk Florida for the County of.Duval, IVill.1 expose <
3 TBOM MEXICO-GEN.IIERRERA ELECTED Catasaja.On NEW YORK market affords to purchasers, presents .and Carpet manufacturers' .articles., ,And to pubfio sale in front of the Court House in'the ..'1.as

1 PRESIDENT. the 22d an English pilot boat arrived at a superior opportunity for a choice selection manufacturers of Weavers7 Reeds' Heddles Town..of Jacksonville m said,county::on the r ; .;:#

t By arrivals at New Orleans the editors of :I Sisal from Balize,with the news of the taking of and on terms as favorable to say the least, Bobbms.Spo'J.. second Monday in J 111Y.nee t between tae"I gal ; r.

the Delta and Crescent have dates Bacaiar by the Indians, and according to the as any other market hours t f sale on that':,a teftsin'negro female .
1 Picayune, Captain,there was in Jamaica force of 2,000 Merchants are assured of our determinationto slave called Chloe and her child Ge6rgetaken 's"'i ,'
from Querctaro to the 30th ult and from the i
, city of Mexico to the lit inst. men ready to be embarked for that point to pro- please, possible, both old and new customers Musical Instruments in execution as;the,property'of Joseph B:Ian- gat A

s Gen Patterson's division left the city of,Mexico protect the interests of British subjects and of who are respectfully invited to examine our EDWARD BLACK, 81 Fulton corner'of Odd caster,to satisfy an;execution- in favor of Gould t_.s,.
the; Bacalarenos. several Stocks and Prices. street Manufacturer and Importer, keeps B &Co. 'mos.. LEDWITH : =
the
on 30th ult. for the coast l
S.r New York Feb. 1 1848. hand the June 17 1848.SherifT .
constantly on largest assortment of /fi.
Gen.Butler it is to leave the
said was city ._ ,
Musical Instruments f"' ; 1.10 ; "' y," ,;" ,
Mexico n- Mr.Papineau seems disposed, and likely 'every descripticcxAlso .
. on the 5th inst.with Mr. Sevier, who I .
to the Canadian authorities Kiggins & Kellogg, all kinds of,musical merchandise constantly "
vas at(juerctaro on the 31st ult I give very nearly as .1YoTica. 11Jt. "
t. On the road to Qacreuiro whither they were much trouble us in days past. Tho Montreal BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, and Wholesale on hand I 1. .- .- .' \1
. Dealers in School Books and to a Decree of:ft e Court of Prct :
escorted by a of the Rifles and of Courier thus sets forth his designs: Stationery.No. I PURSUANT tri :

tie 3d Dragoons company, under the command of one Major "His first object is the annihilation of the 10 John street Robert'Merry's Museum, on the first MdndayJin&County July)I will.the offer for sale, :; 1;,
sex
Polk,the correspondent of the Picayune writes: Union; that obtained, his ultimate design is to A monthly periodical for;Youth,edited by S.'G. described real estate of Oran..Baxter following 1at.ot .. oj,"" )
ri (
- "The men composing the escort were all separate this Colony from the Parent State. Its Saddlery Harness, and Coach Hard GOODRICH, another of "Peter, Parley's said'cotntf,deceased,to iritkcertaintractol; i1:

picked,and might challenge the world to a comparison well that we know against what dangers we ware. ,Tales. Subscription $1 00'a year, of four parcel of land, situated in said county, ..knownas
t of soldierly and have to prepare; he who is forewarned is fore- ,.copies for$3 00 in advance. Address I t
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appearance high discip-j W. J. BUCK Extensive Manufacturer and Importer Saw Mill.1'ruct .and. .containing 300 acres..
.. line. The officers, too, are all gentlemen of fineutell1gcnct armed. At present his party is contemptible; for, the supply of large dealers, 209 G. W.. & S. 0.POST,:New.Y rk but those who remember old times in Canada .
r : and do honor to the army as its Pearl streetDaguerreotype : during his, life time,for the payment ofYth "
.1 J I representatives. On the road, where American and who know what effect is produced on the .- PaperBoxes: &c. debts of said deceasea. '. t ..'

r troops had never been seen before at every masses by constant, persevering agitation, and Band .T. t), HOLMES -"It.1'i'.
kinds Boxes
APParatus&.Likenesses. Manufacturer of all of Paper ,
- the exciting appeals to passion and prejudice cannot ; ..
-stopping place ;
people, urged by curiosity, Band Box. dealer in Administrator. of Oraa Baxter:dtd' I .
Boxes Binders .
t .jatkcred round the command and look with indifference on,the threatened crusade W. & W. IL LEWIS, 42 Chatham street, opposite Papers, J }; e
it t1a/ 3d 1848.. ; f"
was amuxingto ,
Chatham Theatre. and Box Boards and Importer.! Fancy Paper ) K \.,'
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order
the
witness the expression of wonder their against existing of'things. .. ) !
3 E: MEYER;successor to . '. \'

of faces which as they is as beheld large as the two American of theirs.horses-one Wisconsin.-Henry Dodge and J. P. Walker, Harps. CHAS. CLUDIUS, 150 WilKamat 850BEWAKDW .. .T St

"But little of interest occurred on the road. (Democrats in Congress,) have from been the elected new State as the of first Wiscon-Senators J. F. BROWNE, Maker and Importer of Grand J C. ,Booth Taildr ILL. BE PAID. for proof.to convict.sayrsoi t9' '.
I The ,
Commissioners were every where rcceivedpo1itcn six and a half and six Octave Double and Single t>r persons harboring any an. .,. ,
Jr Lath and, whenever they stopped at sin. __ Action Harps, 281 Broadway. These Harps No. 27 Conrtlandt street, a fewe doors below the aw l8bve"slaves'6f min,' and a reasonablareward :.l3

"bciendas of the wealthy, with hdspitality." Maine Senator-The Democrats of the Main have all the modern improvements of London Western HoteL Clothing at ,wholesale;; and jWl be paid for the delivery any jail .: "; Yr

: The treaty of peace was signed on the eve- Legislature, on Friday evening, 19th inst, nominated and Paris, at European prices. Harps from retail, for cash-to which.he..would invite' in' Florida or at my plantation near:Pflatka, : t .1;
I wing of the 30th ult. Hannibal Hamlin as candidate for U. S. $200 to $1000. Harps repaired, Strings, &c. the attention of his Southern friends in visiting E.FofanyoraU-i6f the following negro, { 11i. :

r The Commissioners had that day ''been en- Senator. J. P. BROW NE '& CO. .the city to call and examine for them wnb absconded somefimi ifeMay last from said ij ? "

0a leaToring to obtain permission for our cavalry In the caucus of the House, he had, on..the London and ,New York-Established 1810. selves.. .plantation, TU1! Ii "th. r I 1 .t

jf aad artillery to leave the country by way of second ballot majority of 3; in the Senate on oa mtmm mmm-. V ,, Brass, about;35 y earsjpld 'feet-8 Jincie* jt. .

:f &n Luis Potosi and Saltillo, but it has been the fourth ballot a majority of 1. The election Clothiug.DEVELOPS Premium Leather 'is.t ,high,. stout.:.wellmade, weighing. about 'l8d j i1t1;

. reused in the most positive manner, and no oh the part,of the House takes place on Wednesday Wholesale and Retail" "ClothingWarehouse F.;W: WOO}S Patent Ri.eted.Stretched:Leather pounds. Big-John 'about 26 years rold,5 feet .

).tf .Jtfwa of the army will be allowed to go fromwaterier 33 John street, corner of Nassau.An c Bands;";Kd67 Frankfort'street, -New-- 10' inchjs'.nigfi.. ;.well madej; weighs about)) "
.9 through any other .port than Vera Mr Hamblin has been a member of Congressand immense stock of seasonable clothing always 'York. These'Bands have i'eceived'tbefrst pounds;:also,!'his, brothers, JfarM,;about-1S> "i,.

s Ta11torsome one ia its immediate viciait y." is said to be a Wilmot, Proviso man. on hand. premiums two silver medals and three diplomas yeariYM I, slender mMe '''stammers. whenspoten t ;

JL "'r.CIir ord will remain in Mexico and be at u Fairs'of Boston ;and Near Yer;, to, andabout5'te. 8 or 9"'inciea::high; ti "'t"
Pwafcd Minister Maria Mitchell of Nantucket discovererof f Monday about 23 old'about 5 feet?
resident. Miss Steam Refined.Candy, Loaf Sugar &c. They run \.tb,1-pteSent.a tenobth urfece years mches 11.
ilT After tie exchange of ratifications, Mr._ScvirtWm. the comet which bears her name, was unanimously B. L. & A. STUART '285 Greenwich ,: tin both SIdes. l i: ; high; and'crippled'In h iS"..right Ieg aid i ... .
.ed the President elected honorary.member of the Amenaa corner. I .. Ala Tom. about l'yeart oldHJ1 feet 8. .J
ex pres8ing.grati- Chambers 'New York 'offer for sale .. 1. -.. %z.-.'. .. tb"t ... .
of
1S. h for the_ distinguished honors with which < Academy Science, at.their.last genmtmeeting. street .- -' 4 } .Q inches, high, .well inade, pleasant J ti il1:
assortment of.Steam Refined Candy 71 jAft ..
1hid received. She is the first female member of that large ,Grocr Druggist&c. ':. keno and weighs-153 pcundsc. u.-,1., 'iDY't, ,r1. '
*-. &c.. of ? t
superior also
quality
will Sugar Plums a ; hereby:cautioned sgai-.t.i.t calling about 38 eanOtdi 515'In *G stout
J' soon appoint a minister to this association. .'. Double Refined Loaf- Crushed and UroGDd .. ; 1
*himself art Importer of Pool. U4f;Ve.et FIav6rhg -. made.an tljloQ :The aboTe. a .f ;
1 ri&Gen. Smith has assumed command of DEMOCRATIO;MEETINGr Sugar,in quantities of five packages and op-. ;! Extracts;&c.;*,TWs.ist to rite neUce'I, negroes ate all of black complexioiiaTDfoDfeDfiB / : ;
othet : J.4"
>s at bw cash ale wards AS prices aiataiy : <1'r .
iMnt of Vera Cruz. Democratic ef Dnval -havtfno Agents travelUng,.a t d.;ch ;. :L JOIHiH.'MOIiTM, '
party $1 Ii
the Honse Molaatct : J
hi A m etinl'of tablishment >S gar hogsheads ureartiolei .1
Prisoners ; .Jftt .
\ tk Rmonere known degerters in Mexico from as the St county win be held in this place at the CourtHouse and.tierces. :j {.,, .i'if 1i better address their orders.to"thesoli. 'f. .. ....:: i bI i\.)./tr3t
our 1
ewe army "MONDAY J&VENINChnext 3d inst ;.t -etoT of the saute They consist f :. r'f
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r ":" made in the bi*t.prisoners -s of the : Wholesale Clothing Warehoas .f,- ) tcest'fm' t'tnO"tpiJW'blplce *0''ICtr.14 ',; i.,1.\

, i j 7 lieu co-liars been.pardoned by Gen. at 8 o'clock.aenera1, attendance of the 0 LONG8TREET has taken the fin story, ,ed in eases of one doxen-assorted and;; if required.OEO. )f ftiiiOoirt of ProbaU' of kid' r ?' ;

o.ns.ft1 greeably to the prayers of the Mexif' -. Is requeued as business+ 'f much importance to .JI&IlCOlW".fii1Ikjoldat.t.h.: : t.j X41
party and is
1 s No 64 Nassau street, now prepared .-. '; .BAPBAE L,345 Pearl st,Franklin sqn : i
erdo of we the see announced in El Eco del will be brought before the rtftetinjjj. show ''the largest.stock"of.Clothing in the :-Importer.f English J MaatardjPioxles, (us. nfttg'ta 5 1st inst .
.
!$fl Herrera has been JadcsDftvi114 fitly jtf, t8,2Administrutotrta ._ United States, suitable for the Southern and --" .. 10 .- rl'r < the sebond day olTMay.nextajUie..fol :. i ittegroea..4 1 1
elected President so&tevotcsof .old t"'J
merchants.. Those dealing ia 'Wtafi'QOntainiti yabout:2 7'yesrn
11 !' eleven deputations 'while Southwestern (.ti The.. Meattca4. .., : _. .I..t__ 3 t'\tt,:_d. !:
G lager >i r 111oUce the article 'are. invited to.call and examine .1.L "J.. .. 1ICII.\l" ,, .. _.trif l
Tons "- fa
recdvot the votes'of five do.n"AI :and *I a:full history of its, origin'and of nt.n.BO rbZarclt
; prices
1J. ;the stock. AS regards style ; : t "r'.r : .
In the.Estate of \ I fT- :
. A: LL PERSONS interested 1' the victories to'the F surrender of the capital 1
Y .1S. .the late Joshua Miller,. are hereby noti- challenge, competition,__: ..t "I.. : ::err 4ogetherwith-the:oflipal. ::. !l 8i .1D'n1I9. i. i i'I7TJi

i N. Y.H m Ill4.J 19.] fl, ,That;on, the 1st day of January, 1849, I Yells. lt:1>',:' ;' -stby.'.Edward'.1).Mamafieidy fnlu dt .. 'above .sate.is: -: 1 h f,

i ... ; d11D., .1KTERESTINQ JKOM MAR- shall present my accounts and vouchers,as Administrator ..Fowlers& ;w i-.ts iIt : .c maps and engravings. ,tJustplbUahedby ( day the 13th day bf ulyttext. .. ?.
1- 4 { ; to the Hon.Judge.of. ProbatesNewnansvilleJulytlst > PUUlfOLOOun AND PimuiskK. X;131lfl m& TA'BABNES& :U John st.' "', fi .) \ 'I .,- .., ; .y :'
: T1NIQUE. :. '_ ,. .. .. -. .'1 : JW # _., ; ,. tIrs:1s.m. :l.-rt J 11. ; )
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. I the arrival 6f the brigQJumb? Captain and torAlachuACounty, for a fins. ;settlementand 2o f ':,.... jfc&'S *? Jj ':..'. ]' ''J! 7 ; l "' \ If 'U'c' ..J 1tT .. ;
P i ttdminictration ;1 -i Oil Cloths1o :'net."Iii : : _, 1-li1
further -FIdori Book -.I'
r '.*,e>re placed in possession of intelliue discharge from the 'Account? V!Stationery, -' .' '
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Idi Wt DIC' ,'one of the PreachlWestioosaccounts'relatlve of said'.ttand,shall pray. distribution ALBBO HOYT" Manufacturers of,Floor :' &;?A umRt.6i'-wiIti> rm PortrersIperi ..d"N'"I.- :, ,.::1(t .. 6 :. 1m I

:; to the2diDSL t'r thereat: _._ JSIAH. SECBIDiCR; Adnt'r.: OU Cloths' ,; -72''hi'street,'.Bate constantly L" ";and'B lis'halac r'-andF/topleStationery' k RBESTED and committed.to;the IAof :iiiP.1
offen4h
"r Aite the to tie horof >1848.. ;6ai, on.Hand a. general iawrtment...-. these-gopds.iT .., f"'f "; ... DtI. ,.'tL ,J>uvalCdnntyTjriimway. egto;fl Bta
---. k.* J : '' r'bi1l.Jtel"\! \in'height and stoutly.bb114lle.
cry the khltenhabitaats'af they A erf nude'.revs ,
r .b the dave popO.btio .-are con oborad _- .. L DRtAMBhEI1Snowsuit Ui *Si ."5cbool' ff't'ir'>iAgencjr.' $: I .Yot 1l.and kddii a1mbt'Gold p .. 1'.1 .:& Eays- thai.'fie aasfieen tried /convicted.iaKaasaacou '

,- ..._. fcany additional particulars Jurnish* .I TI ono. to Sty Augur FOR furnishing Teach-;& *Clinton1 Hall,'No. "."'S ,. niold yvforfentidiiff away and harboriBganegroslav8btlonging.toMr.t.W.Alb 4I (
J .ST gad,will return toJacksonville ; ." Wriall ti of
tin ta.rni8h
tI E ,. : : 16 Bee1aD&nat1'eet.1CitcuJare onppUcaUor.i B'+lan- io f sriet other'tu'- ,:
ft* boatrd the Columbus are I Messrs.JDnch- about theist of July! > and remain ;Letters mustbe post pidt 'tc1pib.et:Shtrp, u t91t 7. I1s.D- the.me:UDtT:- Tfte. p *oa4.p rsoBS4 i* ,
r l4g.kncha T. weeks after,which, hie, Intendsthree .> ,5 H. Proprietor4 I''t'P\! .. < .. the Iow have a legal''.right i'oderoand said will '
t t mp, L.Duclwnp E.CrnssouB then about two ; J Ci WILCOX.. ., tBrdd .1a tiU tq : he.p nrc iase3rs. at .' '- .._ ,_. ,
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'I and T. D !totf 'formerly wealthy topendtwd or months inthe rippei''por- "1. .. ( l14t"h .6s'e M. _. : las e: fdrwardr Y c : ii 1

.', 'ii 4f the '*#******** vv.uvk with their falmlheS,. MUU: V*.Gee rgi Persona':1I'iahi his series .'a"Dd erreot" s., .' +.'l iunt"111. ... fi'- r'i. call mmd.J.lea .n1':1:1.! .. ." 'JO B .R :. .
..' a tbirC. [persons eroobitAeduiudden. will ;thcrifore Pleasecall..earlydn. JWood's J1'J. etc fit V rie! -". J'.' ; .:11" .1. ,''ft " w 'xtii 'fsi ,
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.1 1.1.1 ': ..T1LL be off'eredforaale at'public'outers /,' .,','-.4W' ,1. '\ -t. ''J ,." fi.t-. .t{ 'rBB'iClT-lZBlIi.QF.SJUTH C 4RO4.LIW tr 4 .P "t .tJJj ,t. t tfF. Sl' t tf1! blic" ( "F ... ,
V? .TJAS'constantly & wwa. we t '
:;.,i : y w,5 front of the Cowjt Hpus* in'.thp town iJ.t k r'3 J' r t. t 'GEORGI4 : L.4lLfMA "MIst8IS81P" ;This Extract is\pct-ap si4 1rtboUZei.1t Is g qo cor I
t! ; if Newnansville in said county on Monday theLt.ij I .1 4J'EN1tESBEg: .FLQBIDA.to sa" "tvM&che&pcri pleasanten and WMTtnted oui't "tel.AJUUftY. _,'",AUi. .let.. ." 4434'TOMOTRR

I- : \:. Uth day, of'm''t"AugntnextWithin the legal hours.' .Groceries. BfbyliioW.pi5yJE&ptis$ ;: ,' UI8 t'ff- : lt '.J \1tt itZjCntt \ ",\ r 1d n1i'80ld 'Itreures diseased without 1 4ND:44W: : ]
ti ofBile tth' undTvided: ln'tertst v """ A .1'
,to' 4 [ ;a 0 VlZ'; t( LtJ\fl'ME "Ql1 .1 tt i toiWo( putPi"Iiek i8'dbilit.M8U1e 'fThi8EXb'aC\otsaia Jaaab ,
.Hardware4CroCkery&c.'J{ '
:: ,of of,tHe foUowinUefpersOflh. in and to ; .Lt''the''greatest/and'most-usefal;medicines tientJand particularly adapted for.:,.j, Prepared jmnt &citemaJ.
5 I % '.CetS.n.tract'0 tS liuufknown; ,as .'the. Arredondo'Grant .Supertoe"Fiour)!hi b1s d' bbllt ever difcpvwed/is pot iny:tnt ti n to tax t rr14LI4yD.,.WINTER ?tfEDJO1. WE.' No frDW8..ho.hunaaou toftpp ;,

i": to'satisfy: i.nr.ay. the taxei' due thereon ,Pflot Br';Sugar and Butter Crackers ; you with:a long'ja tiresome: advertisement,* The great beauty and superiority of this Sar-. proching that erItli period, h., .
L.; :/ .for the'State and county, for the jear 1847 and HmBo n'Por ,'F;M Beef,Pickled Tongues; but I lay beforeyou the.'testimony of the most 's ll'o"r'all other remedies is. it era* ,should faeglect to-;Uke1TL, as itentiveforany II a anrotlN\-

t:.'.1 :. and'all cost and charges Jor the advertising aJBkewLCodfiahlSaltjRicej; v.:,...::\\ 'F I' respectabbfamilie3 I.; ,tho}United States,'most *h\\ .dicatesdisease, it Invigonstel the "',of. eDo ,ezou 'Ps'

i. .1'A; :J:eale 5 thereof wit: 'GoShen' Batter, "taN. 'f'Cheeae. J White' Beans.. ,, of my certificates ate from the city of Savannah j ;<. -body)"consumption-cured, ; diseases to ,wb1chfemalss.:: nJ
( The undivided interest or portion'of: Bloodgood : IrbK-Potatoes ijf .:5 pS*cleaJ s and strengthen : t1 of life. tc\"ar.
_ S ."J: I ; ', S where I reside and many from your own State timei: iapeioseveralyearsby 1. 4 '
,:: : '' and Thos. Tilleston. II Spem.Oil"-Candlesj -?, '. .where the,:Meaidne is.:used,with great and astonishing S. -> ;}Fconsumption"con:be'cured, uing4i3inedjcf t5
W .
_ ,t : The interest of Charles Jorvis Green an.d.Bt.kt'n.l"arid'.Ja'va'n 11' br Chi is consumption,liver lea:' luabl8'1 'If
f> '.i '' v .\Alueej.; success t it has proved itself to be superior compjalnt! lbr, !hOlt,i"hojllt p
: :. ,:d;' The interest 0 Noah Jafvis Muscovado'Sugar, N 0'Molasses;\' !.*" ; S to 'any Bother.Medicino'for the cure of :'": cdld ;congh8,9catarrbv'asthmoJ spitTiingofb1oedsoren'aalnthecbet womanhood,, as It is calcUlated 0__ .

t ; ;: "!' The interest of JeromusJohuson., Stuart's' .Refined Loaf.' ,.Crushed' .. and' PulverisedSugar "' :Fever and-'Ag e which J it will;do thetery:: t*7T .t .,' ,by quickening'.bloodf t and iati _..
t! :;* ;, ''The interest of Alexander' Muir.. ; -1 ". -, short space of Twelve Houra/it has never been -j -*il ihectio'flush j| night sweats,diffirtctfrt .-{} .**! system. Indeed,this mediciiieis j' $'
.1i:' The interest Mordecai Myers. Brandy,Rum, Gin'Whiskey, Alcotiol, TurpenLondon known to:fail.f f to'etfect-acertaid' .. .. .The : --c ':'e 1t or profuse expeciftoratiori ;t all the diseases'hicbo'It
.3 -..t. The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for.the tine; I' '. Medicine' a"lUm11lesshiD.d>tasteless tone,' I 5" .l ...tt...) and pauu' ,*.' r._, braces the\w Cle'I1"ftne'h Of

,... .: jfears 1846 and 47. Porter., Port,Madeira, 'and ChampagneWine" which will make' the most popular; Medicine ;a sujm'tl 'inthside.k: 'k"- '.ently the.iiatnral: eoOJgi..b,:
.
*t'..:;,jt: The interest Ichibod PralL ; : .t". .1 in the'JSou'thern" States.The?MedicUiecon- have?and If) ( } impurities,of the bOdynotof .4 ".
S The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves,*&0..A. thinS no'mineral preparation whatever b4t Is a i'a ,Imn 1scaIib J '. SQLith the system U ito produce&
IUbstqll.
I.- ".. :'it"... 1846 and'47. .. '. .Complete.Assortment of!'Dry Goods'.' 1 aiml ss Vegetable matter'only." ,(To.Planters! ,.-\i: .) zH J 01 ured'I1Ii. m.t.1 :' ',ti ,'."hich is the case,of most m
- -- The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams Muslins.,Bonnet and.Taffeta this Medicine 1 valuable jpreparaUonas Probably there never was a remedy that,has for female weakness and disease..:, \ ,-w..
'i' ". ?. The interest of John N. Sayer. Ribbons; r 1 S cures all.;cases'in twelve;hours :and does not beenBO successful indesperatecases of consumfHtioh DISEASE ,OFTjj .HE B7 Jr
- .:;' ": t The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings Shirting bleach'd andunbleach'd ; require any?:.time tobe. Ios t; alljthat js.to be as 7this;{it cleanses andr:streagthens;thesystem S XVllE.DlDDROPB
.:: .i\' The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for Irish Linen, DiaperiDlshopS Long.Lawnf ; done is to take the Medicine and,to'go to w C k.To and appears to heal the;' ulcers'oh the 'l NEWY) Jtc .

f..;. :. C the years 1846 and'47. Cambrics. Jaconet-Swiss,and cross bar Muslims. : the Rice Planter it mi&; valuable....MedicmeLtts .lungs ndtheatIente gradually'regain their DL Towsrn-.J1eari Biii JlIlL; :

j 4 '?;& intercstofWm.ThomCortheiears1846, Hosiery, Hdkfe Gloves, Suspenders; -. rTipkings itdoes; not contain anyinercua1oirp4iI usual htthtidstreflgth 1 .saiSCL1P.IQ1 Io&'" _/ ,been'a1Bictedr'Wlthl& 'dis'twithateri4blenpture _==.
- ., .'
.. -. and'47. ,
; ? preparation!whatever,:and therefore, ft safe CASE OF CONSUMPTION. ; for.Oa Mtth.'great
to';!:.i The interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and:'brown Linen Drill. for,'pants. Medicinefbr: .tJi.ose,1ho.are.,liable) .exposure. x1T1 er'l i C.rcef da Y'r:-. t't1-e areanmbei ,1p i of the. timt.'I'SJa.-_."

S 'U4. I rift. The interest of Israel Foote. .. &ct&C0.1"t.\ .' .:". I beg yon, do nqt letJmef have;. ;taiyou.8qoften ; (& ofcaes.f -,ofConsnmptiOn-rtjorted. 'as' :troubled with shortness breati udpwk$
: .\ The interest, of Jesse Delano Umbiellas.-Silk; Gingham;and,. .Cotton. ,in. -steel : with advertisements,.certificates,.&c. It U b:i1 Wi 'oIDfTowJiiend's'Sar ma tering ofthe: heart, hichbaL..J:
for.-the .
F.., .":.i1" ,1. 'The-interest-.of BarnabasOsburn. ; 'a whale' .bone frames;' '" | bia'already.proted itself to be;what sayit; i 4 'ThefuH6wiiig>B recently irecerrbdr O'' 4 1"iD :tr s&gaad; .haS frequently i di- :
< : .. 'i _.
: .1846 ftfld 41. > *': : 'Hafdwate Razors ..
Knives
& Cvtlery
: ; years ; Scissbrsy ; .and the'greatest,proof;is. eferyJjpdyjJs.Tecomj- :-XowsENi4 SifrPortholaztthet leave?her bed.c t,;,..-s 5; :-The interest of John. .Rodman-" S for the years 'Nails, Thnge8BzdtsKniv';'II. Forks. ,'Spooris" :mending itto:be,the,only peitaitt and,speedy. -'S >ybareT'havebeen:aIIcted l general' and severe,,,:She tried'almost'every.Ttrr& %*
s.f. ..i ., 1846 and'47 T&Trays'; "5f! ; '! *; :cure for:the fever and Ague.? Ally.ouvh ve iodoii ebthty J and nervous athsnrnptlon' pf fhelast such ciseJiwith but Uttle-,benefit. .1Ybt
.. f The interest of Thomas Dexter,as marked on ,.Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws;'" .' to.,ask' your neighbor whja ;he-thinks:olHumphreys' '8t g,End'did expecUb ever gain'inyHealth had taken,Wt three-bottles'ofyonJ"

.t 4- '. .the map of said Grant' owner not known, for. Carriage Wrenches. Halter -Chains. Pots Ke .Remedy.for:,Fever and Ague and at all. After going through1 a'course of medicine 'medicine she'was entirely rdievtirely ortlt'
t 1846 and 47. ties-&. &. 5 S '
'S the years of to bet convinced you.TwULtry. t jUi of the distinguished (fthe.h and.thtJ
of most
v / course } uider3the care some ruptu.Lu.altn-...
the
for Rifliow .
S ,. '.::t.J:,..': The interest of Henry Dudley, years A few priced- Powder Flasks. least I hope so.: Here is my offer to any Planter regular'physicians and.members of the .1- pear. '.-

:' ;. .. S 1S4Gand'47. .A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. tSouthC: whojwillieither' call on Doct Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, S? 'She Has also had .tliadropy .,, ( -
.;' ;. Tjjog. c. ELLIS, late Sheriff .Boots& Shoes-Men's,W l uin'..and, Children's P. M. Cohen, / '
.f..I. ;: 1 : Charleston I I 8;.C7 ormyself/in aJ dspending"the" ) most" of my earnings in attempting much swollen.. We. hadco idea tlzatsi_ "
,J .:.::., .5 -. and Ex-officlO Tax'Collector, :Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.Avirityof ., the:city.of Savannah, and either.of will;give to regain ''my health,'and after re idihg be so benefited,as she had such'a'
; ..,' ;:" for. Ala 6m hUa, county. : Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Mothcines&c enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure: some :'paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved 'of.diseases 'Kutjt ha ,'as strange Mi)23relieved

S ::'.. c February 19, 1848 ten out of the twelve,we will refund,the Amount: to try it. After using six bottles I found it -,'- ,her of the dropsy.; .l Ia"!
( ,;Jacksonville,April 1848. ,ly paid for it._ 'You to see the Medicine taken. thzit'this
.? :.::'- In Circuit Court, -are done me great good-and called to see yon at statement is so strange fL to
.::. ,: S EASTERN CIRCUIT OF"FLORIDA. as I:have'directed. t t r< :; S :your office} with your advice I kept on, and do .almost Uke fiction, bat it isnevertheleaSSlreality.

.: ,: '.) i COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCE. ( S S WAREHOUSE QE'P1tINTSONLY.4. '- Owing-to'. the-heavy rains-during-the.past most heartily thank you for your advice. ;I persevere .' Your Sarsaparilla is cerUiriy..W?

'---t: .' .Anna Morley, ) summer, andhich.. still.continue, alL %he lowlands S .in taking the Sarsaparilla and have been. uable'medicine.'and should be'used by tt r
;: ..\ .. va. i Bm for Divorce. .are under water'which, will cause a great able to'attend"to my. usual labors ,foe the last one that. is su1fenng as we:hate been.-If e;

-I ..-. : John Morley. ) No. 56 <'cdar Street,. 'New York. deal of:this' disease on the'J\Rice Plantations: it ,four months,and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they.at1ff4;
_ .q' 't.r1 :TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, will be. to youFodvantage (p"procure'aJceTtainand ; and your San parilla to continue my healths all. at'my houseYonrsjrespectfully and have ocular demoacffgg '

.. -/: ; '. JL < by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the 1/riN. speedy remedy;'.you,can do so by applying; It helped me bey end the"expectations of all that / &*
Lmm
'.\ .;;:;.."- above entitled cause resides out of the State of to either of, .my' nts'or.myse1f. lf. Ask for '.knew my case:" CHARLES QU1MBY.Orange. siWILfclAM .TOWSER, 1 J'mt&

: :t., : Florida,. and beyond the jurisdiction of this S (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS'" REMEDY' FOR" FEVER AND /Essex Co.N:J.,.Aug; 21847. -

,..,.... .1 Court therefore, .motion of said Complain- Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE AGUE., S Slate of New Jersey;Essex County, M.-Chas.' DYSPEPSY. t4
;_o r- antby James W.Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, I No 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE The Medicine, is for, sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever been diacmr
*St.S J.r1'r It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear I which is devoted to the exhibition'and sale named gentlemen, who arc/ the only'agents' for his oath saith, that the' foregoing statement is ed which so nearly 'resembles the gastrieMet
.)-::* .and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Complainant of the Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,where true,accordingto the best of his knowledge and or saliva decomposing and Btrengtleaa.
rf J,' :!.. within four months, or the same will it will be found either at wholesale or .retail. belief. ,CHA8. QUIMBY. the organs 'of digestion as this prepanUiot'4

.: se-; be taken confessed. against him. PRINTED CALICOES.Their Country merchants will make a handsome profit Sworn'and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every ca'
:- ?..r:! It further Ordered, That a copy of this, Or present Stock- consists of nearly by'sclling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August; 1847.. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia,however severe or'chronic! 33-
.S p .: .. der,'duly certified by the Clerk of thIS Court One 'Thousand Packages made to Planters, &c.,by the dozen Address Justice of the Peace. BANE DEARTXErITAIBASY, May 1Ojl8t,

..;;; be published in some Newspaper printed within .Embracing some. THOUSANDS. of. different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr, .-' DR. TOWMSEJID-Sir: I 'have beel1-: Seal
.
I ;": .'the Eastern Circuit of Florida once week. conJudge. patterns and colorings,".and comprising everything .,1Vholesale'and retail dealer,in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several-..years withdispepeiainformattended ', -' &

I .I'_; : aecutiJely for four months. desirable in.the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery" Very few families indeed-in fact we have with sourness of 1-J
." ; ; THO. DOUGLAS, DOMESTIC. : SAVANNAh ,'GA.. not heard of one-that used Townsend's appetite- extreme heartburn, and :a..ptrt
'.' ;..:' .4 -If OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do AU of which are offered for sale for cash or Sarsaparilla. lost any children the past 'aversion to all kinds of food, and '10.'.
.\.." .- hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at theLOWESTPIZIC.kS, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summel'iwhile'those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I iave been unable to rtiia

;;:, Order made and entered of record in said entitled by the JOICE-"FBOM ..SOUrcAJOZ1tLOUTIjERNERSThe died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. FtHdtli
\It S ;::, cause in said Court, on the 29th day of PIECE Oil PACKAGE.New following from my evidence of its value,'and is only another usual ''remedies, but they had but litfltctM
; ri' March' ;A. D. 1848. Styles are received almost every day, &f Agent, Mr Thos! J. S. Farr,' rGraham-, instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I was fI
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set villeS.C. DR. TOWNSEND-DeaT Sir I had children ed about two months
two since
-S 's3 and many of them are got up for our own sales, : to try yoprKttmt
i ... : j 1 r. I.] my hand, and affix the seal of said I I and not to, be found elsewhere. Mr.-William Humphreys, Jr. cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer' Sarsaparilla, and I must, say with liMe CCI-
i .''7;. Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. fdr Printed lists of prices corrected from Sir: I hand to"you the certificate of Mr..E.C... complaint dysentery ; one was only 15nionthsold fidence j but after using nearly two bcttlnI

: :' April 1, 1848. fm day to day, With every variation in the market, ,Watts, in favor of your.Ucmcdt for Fever and and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and the bflbers ,

"". .!.-. .Jt' -.._ Duval Militia Claimants. are placed in the hands of buyers. Ague; he is a, man of integrity, and his testimony very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely remOved, and would 'earneltlfh.

.<:. non-commissioned officers and privates Merchants will be able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. '. die r they were' given up by .two' respectable. commend the use ofjt to those who'hare'bmafflicted
.' ;' .' .; THE Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe Yours respectfully physicians. When the d informed ns:that as I; have been. Yours, &c_*
*. "." panieSjFloridaMountedMilitiajfprserviceintheyears state, that the value of our usual stock of THnS./J. S. FARR. we must lose them we resolved to try your W.,W. VAN ZANIfc
.;. 1838-9 who have not yet signed the necessary this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Grahamville, S. C, Sept. 18th, 1847. Sarsaparilla we hI heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but snch'as have-
.1 p ., : relating, to their claimSjin the hands the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr, little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers that hide, the,bottle completely,and km ,
:
*"' .,:- of the papers undersignedare, requested to do so without our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together Dear Sir-This js to certify at I have used that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P. TOWNSEND.
', 5 ; : The to be signed are left with with the fact that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success': I thankful that we did,'for it undoubtedly saved Principal office 126 Fulton-st.SunBQildia(
*!,::: .. :delay.Cot Pons, at the papers Post Office, or may be signed .attention, instead of being divided among 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. 8 Statist. Boston fDytt

: :, :kt'mj office. GREGORY YALE, variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Yours,respectfully, & sons 132 North Secon -st.. Philadelpiiaj 11S.
1 -"f.: ; Agent Duval companies. will render the advantages which we can offerto to my daughter according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON, Jr. Hance, druggist, Baltimore;' ,Dune & ct

I ;'p ... Jacksonville, March 4, 19-18. tf dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in 'Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept 15, 1847. Richmond; P. M. C hen,- Charleston;'WxigM
:t. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the course of thirty-sir' hours, and her present i. LUNATIC ATSLUM. & co Chartres-st.. New'Orleans: 105&ali
1r' ::. Pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. meet with any disappointment.Our state of health indicates' a certain cure. James Cummings Esq. one of the Assistantsin ,Pearl- Albany? R.Van Buctirk,'293'ty.Hf

;: ; MIXED PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, fcc., E.\C. WATTS. the Lunatic Ay slum,Bla.ckwell'sIsland.ls the 'Market 'and Broad-sts. Newark, N.J.1.'/
: =". Nuts, Raisins Prunes, Lemons, the year. LEE, JUDSON, & LEE.P. Grahamville,.S.'C, Sept. 14th,-'184?. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal' Druggists and Merchants gttinHy
._ .t"J: $; Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans; Preserved S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of .. RHEUMATISM.. throughout the United States,-West Icdio fed
.. ''t ,. 'Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa Lord & Lees and late senior partne of the original AGENTS.-P.M. Cohen & Co., Charleston This is only one of more than four thousand I 'the Can daS. A..3L:REED Agent

.:c'. : Paste, Chocolate, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con S. C.; T.'J.'S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A': cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla -. Jacksonville,1'February ,
t Yeast Powders Soda and Seidlitz do. nection he withdrew some time'ago,has resumed .Carswell, _Savannah, 'Ga.; A. McLane & Co.. has cured-The most severe and 26, 1848. 'ly, ..tJJ .
'j .-:_,' ; For*ale by AL REED. : business in connection with Messrs.Lee & Jacksonville, Ga.;, 'Shotwell Oilbert: :Macon, chronic cas.es'are'weekly eradicated by its extraordinary f ,

A.. '..'.', April 15,1848.ITpHORBURN'S. Judson and assures his friends"that the new Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. A.Moise, virtues : HOLMES, '& CO i .
.o'' :: GARDEN SEEDS- concern shall have the same preminence in LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, BcACKWEixfc ISLAND,Sept.14,1S47 .
., ::7 X For sale A. M. REED. this branch 'of trade, which formerly distin Ga.;W. Root, Marietta,Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TowNSEND -Dear Sir: ,I have sufferedterribly 'M' ESSBS. HOLMES & COhavrrnwfd :.
;I. ': ,: J. by. guished the other two houses to which he be Tenn.; W.: K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. 'for nine years with. the rheumatism; :their stock of Merchandize: to thflip ic
'. 15 iSIS.e4.
;' r_ :.* April. longed. June 25,' 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall,. considerable ,of the lime could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied the United fiWoj, ::1

":. To the Clerks of the Circuit Court Atlanta, Ga.; William'. Carr, Jacksonboro, W..R.: work; I had ,the most distressing pains, and known as the Government BuildiDg; *:fi 7 ..J.t
AND THE SHERIFFS TIlE SEVERAL INVALUABLE Anderson, Dalton, O.; E. A. Burch, Hawkihsville. my limbs were terribly swollen.. I have used have added to their stock, by the lateinrnli:
_I; :.: : Go;; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; Cole from New York. full assortment Goc 3
: ,: \: .COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT FAMILY'COMPANION. four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have' a Dry "
5 a r;-. 'OF 'FLORIDA- Prescott & Co.. Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot done me more than one thouSand dollars.worth Groceries Hardware, Provisions, &i 3

:t. .":: ,, AM now having a large number Blanks SIX Lectures Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders,Macon ;'P.Martin J.Savannah ; Cun- of, good-I am so much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at-re_ >
"-.J ,; I printed for my office, and knowing the difficulties of Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the ningham & Co, Dalton, Ga.; u. &W. S. Ellis,: entirely 'r li ved., You are at liberty to use prices. S
..4 : with which you cannot but meet in getting Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28engraving's. Macon;.,M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga.; Wm. this for the benefit of the afflicted. They are now prepared ,to purchase Cctt st,
J' S e '- supplied with Blanks properly printed I Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges, Sandersville ; R.T. Floyd Micauopy, Yours, respectfully; JAMES CUMMINGS. ides and"other produce of the cory (

I' '', ;. :. ,.here offer you my services in arranging the Mail to any part-postage 9% cts. Florida; F. A Poullen, Jacksqnville, Florida; COULD NOT WALK. i highest Market rates, and make cash = ,1 c

S .; form of any Blanks for all who may desire to Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. SvBaily, Laurensville, S. C.. 'That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very on consignments to theirfriends
:- ::; : supply themselves. They are printed at the Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling For sale, wholesale and.retail by best remedy for female complaints there is and Charleston, or.New,York.They"have c
: .Oooffice\ of "The News," with a neatness and taste 'Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail letter postage. Abdominal F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville' no disputing thousands and ,thousands of 'a new article of 'Wrougltb' iti

J "'I ; which I have never hitherto seen equalled, andS Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10 for all A liberal, discount:by the dozen. weak and debilitated; females that were.prostrated ..Ploughs-to which they would resectfl&the :.
S Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels arid Womb October 8th,4847, '
':'. at a'rate which is at once reasonable and liberal. S by those diseases to which females are attention Planters. I I.:
: .-; .' I do not mea *by this that they will be and Weak Back and ,Chest.; sent,by express TYPEFOIJNDIy. subject were soon in, the enjoyment robust Jacksonville ,Nov. 6,'1846. if .

_ l : _: .printed on the credit system. On the contrary everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or 59 Gold fAnn street health.'' "-. <,
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instructed that this Rupture Supporters, give.height from head to N.York.-1 'FORWARD & ALDRICH/
'. .". I am expressly though subscribers have taken the 55 :.New YORK, Sept.23,1847. ;
of the Common foot, and circumference of ne t.the TIrE .
Law surface
esteemed person -
part ATTORNEYS'AND'COUNSBu.ORS fl
anciently
igt S and will continue the'business' DR.MTpwNSKND-Dear Sir: My wife has for :AT;; t.It
'just above lately
1L1t ..f Printing Offices, has been it. The superseded forms for by which, side. Agents thobips.wanted\ If.Rupture for the sale,mention of the conducted by Robert Taylor' They will attendto the last year been very sick and in a greatly WILL: practice in the several .Courts of' .
special.statute interdicting all orders receive with' reduced' state' of i healt1i 'being reduced, by a and Equity in the Eastern Circuit of YIQP4'YA.FoiviRnSt.'Augnstine. 4
"the Clerks shall ,be of the 'best,style; simple, above goods. Address ,Dr., S. S. FIT.CH, 707 they may 'Punctuality [ ..,
Broadway New and dispatch. .All therType manufactured by.them variety of complaints such as females are liableto :fLt :OJ
neat and and .those for the SherIffs York postpaid. ,
-: n : ?. 'r ,whenever proper copies are required be served ;:1 April 1, 1848. ly will be Hand Cast; and they will:furnish] ;; she got so bad at length"that she was entirely '_LEWIS A.DRIcu1 Newnansville. : L ..
H all kinds of erslMaterials of unable to walk and was as helpless as a -
; .the best qua- 'ChUdj .
th will so arrange as to save much time and pains 'WM.: F:, CRAB1iREE' :u'41' 1i
Fifty Dollars Reward ity. Mr..J.Av T. Overend still employed in she'commenced1 your'Sarsaparilla, and "
OSCAR .
HA1LI.I
-. ii:- ,S,.filling.up Jacksonville by writing.April 29.1848. tf ., WILL BE 'GIVEN :BY THE .superintending the manufacturing department.' she iminooiiitely1hegan;;to'regain her.strength L ATToRNEY S' AND,COUNSELLOR-',, 1
: ,, J' i.r- undersigned for Proprietors of.newspapers,who,have no.t advertised he 'complaints i left her 'and after taking several Ja f1it4JJt;! >. '"
5' "' ,". Executor's Notice. theapprehension ,.forihe. .subscribers who bottles she is restored. Being :.., .
sion and safe ,delivery'into the i ilowihghegroesto may.publish., < ,Wiu.attend td any.business entrusted .41I
S SIX MONTHS after date shall'apply to the .S .1'.' Count JaII-'or'the'rop tbis;notice for three months,.will:b ,entitled to' HseT hw'.. TiniTmighVdtfgoo iopubliabJfc-.. hands in any of the Courts'in the Est ,

Judge of Probate offluval county, fora ; wit'yeius'a womanvSr. receive Ypayj in t type,:on..purehine5tim'the 1. She us atnumoel'"Jotremcou1e8that done her, cult' .or FJ nda.,_ : 1 ,\ .f, .u"' f, T .i-
final discharge from my Execuiorship'of the ,nlbalda} 'ooji1 Georgian .a'girl, and:what:chit amount of their:bill odvertisiBg. ..t $t. n6bod,previously. Yours, respectfully,v >. i{
,S S. S -'Estate of James B.Roberthdeceased.S chen tne above named Venis might have horned Old Type taken exchange fornenat. ; cst "1. : .',A'S t4 /.JOHN, MULLEN, 87 Jprfolk>flt.GRE'ATlFtiMALE ; FELil X1dVING: STOL .ii
S4 : May Cth, 1848. ?, t
S<: !s "I. STRAY COW,FOUND, r | or three,and; 'Ellick'ah old! African mal; 3 -n-: he.Trjewjth wbici.thoNWS" 5'' ', t.CIT THE5IADIES) _' :l i i 'l .,." JlJ'Uf 1J. ki ii1le1mw11L ; .!
.1 Th'e: abpve slaves "printed,-was cast at this establishment. 4f35 't .MEDICINE i* '
found fugitive have'been-absent S :t
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for nearly four JOHN ? f' If "i WWJTAYLQR I'iIiR; .- OW SZ1l'S.s .1Ut.U.ia '- I -' I' ;
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cattle at plantation years. M.PONS i a'sovereignand"JP 'loJ. t t .
pen my lJ'CUlt.1 ..
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'J'a.ckson'rille : Successors to '
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;AIarc1(25th 1848.v' 6m K obert.Taylor. Qd1:cure for.incipient consumption JJ and; :I --S 'kt:
E4i n&n4ariut: stray cow, marked with an under It February 19 1848.,. "3ni. "I r for
A>t \ > i the general prbstrationuof thE syst m-no .AUGUSTUS.C.\GILLETT) :
_ It in one ear, and a smooth crop in $ result"6f inherent'' ..
55 tf the other,and branded with the letter (X). The CLARK & LAWSON, -.-. : *'. NOTICE: i! ''JjT-Ki or'cau'od lerwhether the tfb.:= .-illness cause-,- .ATTOKNEY: iKD .CODWiSELLbTtt: ,.( I. 1
; :-r I' owner requested to come forward, pay charges FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION',MER. QIX MONTHS after te.iI, shall;present my a.ccident4AJ.awAMKrfl'N6thihg'can -; or S :And Commissioher.of Dee4js'of thehecticut 4f
; and take her away. JOHN McINTOSIL, CHANTS. Savannah, Georgia,tender.their servi O accounts and vouchers as Administratrix of I & !be its ;'5 ,within and for the rgtate'of T Hf
invigorating
d or'J y27th 1S48. tf r !,ces to planters. and others, and solicit consign. the Estate Henry Barnard/Jr.!late' fDuvIcounty effects;'on more'surprising'than'thet human Cr. PersOnS JAcuon, ,. S
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IS j' -I i ments on cotton and all other kinds of country deceased 'to the-Hon. Judge of Probatef -
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'4 ,: NOTICE. FFoduce. They are agents'for( the celebrat d. of said county'"for/a final/seUlement of said. all'weakness and lagsitiide'from'akingH C-HARliES.P cOOPEB.,
S ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of .Etowab Mills, of Cass couniy/from whom they Estate;)ahd ..halli8t.thesan1etime.ppJrl: ; r at'once becbme'robust and full otenerjunder: '' iE4'A'riD C lt i.t t.1fl ,
I
____ la Mattair, late of Duval, county are weekly supplied with Flour fresh Letters Dismission as such lidl C.It'Irnmediat: counteract3 :the i-ti
Administratrix of practiced Cot
WiU the several of
ground, ; _. I'.
female which is thegrwt'cifisVof
aefvelesshesi of the frame .
r Fla,deceased, are requsted to oome forwad and equal to-Jforthernflour.: which all peons'inthesed'Iisajd ate ;' &'' "''' _' .
S :' ;Theyxalso keep Estate .:_: A-'t c.: 7' lern'Cirqiit of Florida: .i ; .
;(, and make payment immediately. And all perooni on. hand, constantly osnaburgs and yarnl desired.to takeinotice. = Ic ,"Ifwill'nbt' UW" nJl ed'.'o*f usjdn; -cases- fo'of-f so "'"J&CA!1. '" .11. )'.;Noc',,' Q l '.10.. 1'. ;
'. having demands against said estate are re- fromfth'eCeda,8hoajmamracton.Eatonton. CartrightPlanteri 123 .HBNRD5TTJL'3AENABDrAdj&.NOTICE. be'expec -
'P .! t;; ; '
-S : '. 'qUtedtopresentthcm1withjnthetjmeT.ri which Jack n' "r .ch 4' i848 .. 'Helicattf a natureVtoeihibU certificates otC cures CHARBES.Hi t:PElio ;rt
S S r4 pres- r:7J thevseUkt .. _n ; ., :6"-. f4; ,. t'tjJ
: b j lawj of they,will be forever barredJ. (he manufacturing prices. '- "S } ; '< n performed,tub-we can assure the:afflicted thata ; I.T lL
i1' !" l ddg'otcassr babeenr pcrted tou&" J1 -.Jf Dtt ov isi.t 1'
'; : ISAAC VARN Jr, ttJ March..11, 1848. % /, |.. '. 1vti
r. S" *" ,': Administrator with the will 'i ? < fa; SIX .WEEKS-after .date,.!shall apply tother tJ i. TowiskOTiTi *MX.,wife being greatly dis- 1 14 JIt1"'t t LUtkk2VcrvFpr2da.LT1LL 1'j
S 4- J: Black..CreekJ May,27th, 1848., 2m J. :, ... 1 .. .' the Judge of Probates for the county': tressed'by weakness audTgetieralidebiHty, aid. :j ? tica'lbUhe SeTCr1.:C :.
,, .I"__'_ -- 5 2 __ __ "WM..iS.1 LAWTON' (1 of;Mach; for.Letters of Administration' dntheestato !suffering continually by"painand. .with"otheraving Eastern Circuit; Flpridabusiness** r"
% 4U'd ):fit' :". 6 .NOTI E.' 7 .t 7:7AcToa: :ANif' oMMiS8I ri MEUCRANT of the late Robert G "LiTinpton, del'CMM&fift .dIfflcnltleand': known cases_wh *your :,to his carewiuIeet3withiproflipt..
IX: WEEKS from date Ii shall ) .""S-y .i>) i* 4l E: i aiclAe1ia8 effeCtedYetCflXe !zid.tJso, '
apply to the Charleston dS f > JAMES.A., PEDE. $;: < ''> 1 ; .
'ritZS Probate ;; C. 20th 1848.- Hf Itiecouiiiended for such ; .. JOSE Jt: W FIT C'
t3 IHon:Judge of Columbia coitv, : Bl'.E1UE.'O. -.neil May_ : 6w heating cases as I havedcnibdr !
S Florida,'fir Letters Administration upOn fbe Oijj11Ie.fl f GoC..JaudouEq J'McDoJiMd"G JAO 54iL'5 ., 11'.tk1f t ;: obtained a bottle of your Extract livm i blfh: d 1IIDM1f&t PiLT' r .

S fate Thomas J.Brannen,ate of said county aD"v.J'Cf sb a* CNoREssPQT8,. LeaUI of BaWpariUAtajd'followed the AS.GENEBAL".COMMISSION; "Mw'
g deceased. E. B. BRANNEN4. Emore Charleston? 8. C.DJ.,;.,,.' C.j'Hon" ,. '.fit ; 4nM6rc( dBo ti. S gaTe me.' :!&short period it removed her :c U'tw3, .**i .busIn-pt edij.; :1

Alligator, Jane 17th,,1848. February, 1848 For tale'b1J.v* **'' *.S M. BBEDl plaints and restored her>itoi healths( } .earth. .,with. .. '. esac:rNoyemptf:19' )" .,.). "j'ff4J.Jtt..
lj April 15 1848. rateful for the benefit she U47 .
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