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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 8, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
notis - AKP5518
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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AlUbed every SATURDAY MORNING h -LiJ should- ipper&ifi'tS' u wMBue ar UlUg-'flMy." ; :r.1 1

v5 oo HliniheCountjof! Durat, and Stats : : ;" oJ: trabahxi, goods"being always .exeepteft- ) 3tJA i,'.!, iAlao"

*ide : ., agreed,'to likl manner,that the same Hbcr t:\
.r C. OILLETT A A. B. HAZZARD. : Jia11.c1 ten .
;1 ', ty !: 1':'to'prkons'iho! ahrS : ""JJ J
,I J THREE DdfctARS pbr iirinum. paid in : board a free ship,with this effect and ; .
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:;FoUR DOt.L RI,If.t tMJ end ofthe year. althosgfe, :
they be enemies
to both either
or l33
the followr party R.
will be inserted ;
on :
'ITAdertisementa are not to M talced out lhal'elilpttaleSi ,
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-,lar per quare oflwfelVH hubs and under, -J'. ,H are bflicers and 'soldiers.,and in the'aetttal'Mac :, 3'
inaeitlof and 75 cents for each aubse'fhbtert1on. Vice ofthe eriraMMjTprovided J .however,ana'II :.4
Toyearly adrertber. a liberal dis- I is hereby sgrted'that: -thtf stipulations in' thif .J i 4

irAn ill ?,ertfsementi mtist be paid for before in- I ] II. cover article the contained property,declaring shall be that understood the flag as shall sp- .i t ;:t

uleu by a regular customer. By refe"uglCf ab. : plying to,thow power?,only who :r $ognise this .: "J,
be ascertained,
sum < I
,the requisite may principle but if either Of the two
ttrlis I ;
contracting :\
.li
advertisement .
the
I d with
.triDd'ert rnenu not marked with the number je'to parties shall hi at warwith&t1 and the .

required,will be continued until forbid ; 'res other remains neutral, the flag of the l1ntral ..V;.
1.rtk'n' hall cover r
for. goods gcvsernment
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Fie donafa will be charged for all announce- ; with I, acknowledge. this prlndpl /aDd not of ,:-r.\\

rcandidates for othce. ,' others !'It,,
.atl for Six Months : I tlO 00 ARTICLE 16. It is likewise '
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: agreed that
cases la ie
square ,:
( and Creditors, t : 10 oo.Aplk1tien I the -
cbtors case where the neutral
;ce which flag of one of the a-
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for Letters Administration 5 00 tra:tinr P rtiw snail > tot f
notices will inserted gratui.11 I equal-' protect frfaett* of ':
religious fa. the enemieVbf the other,by tlrtue'oftfie'ibovb .r;:

: '. humble personal communications will 'I stipulation, ,it ihall'always be'understood.that 3&the
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i '* ... : Lt flbiUs fcr'Jrib rioting,must be paid on the ., ," mies'Yesse1I.hil1 beheld and cpi erexlisen: :t C*

: ;mer Demies'-property pikj as much.shall be liable to t-r;
:
J! .IJSlflcommUnicarions muat be addressed to ition. detention and'.ocmfii tto, exc p&iu cVptr v ; ,.
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1 Glttl**._*: HAZ/ARP. f'o.tsge paU.I y r'j I ty as was pttt.ojiJ board YsseIa.fo' ;? -r I
J ; ;declaration )f ir MKri.eveif"iTlefw.arda 'if it .
., 1J. .III .8 .P.CkC'Llae -. :were done without the Knowledge of it ti t 'I
.t jbut the i :
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'hy (!
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,1IiT"'if .. : .t-. ;!nzeis'; l after-the decI tfoiftrwarTlnelr'citizens ;;
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shalDiot leitd-IimcTatnM I.tewwJ'
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PALATKA FLA. thentrarf7lfthefl .. '
SAVANNAH & ithl gofta tjeu raldoesao4 :
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BY THE WAY OF "gn' netnieVpropertythaicataAft { :+*
ST. MARYS Gro. goods andTnerchand; ftothe nenVafemlurltea .
BRUNSWICK, ; : iues, *
jj.1ACaONVILLE jt BLACK CREEK: AND i be're oh such enemies's1tiphafl. .be frei41 fAHl, 1: .
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I rICOLATA, Fw'tIDi.s ting to T-' Thi ;fJW" *! MJI. ; ':t 1 '
with the Charleston Daily MailSteam airing commerce shall extendlo al kinasljfb.I,.. 1. .i
In co flt1OU Savannah the steamer SAUAHspJ.LDING disc;excepting thbe bhly7;;J h'&r ilm.r .
at ,
&cltets ed the7 .
,from Palatka to Lake Monroe,the voy by namfr'bfctfxj.v r-j>*viu i :;k
fromJPicolata to St. Augus- kind goods-shall be comprehended. _. ,;< \
t ,rs.Ii.i1; Stages, 1st. Cannons t : 11
mortars..
Creek via Newnansville 'oth howitlersL ; \
rom Black .
I thij ind Mineral Springs and Columbus, to bluriderbasseirmuskets;rifles)baraUnei,7:ta' : :

Au1gstori pikes 'iVordi'U&r.sabre .. .. i;
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I .naha e."Oc.UroLGEE -.a.
P. McNELTY. andgrenades bombs; powderinatcnefcl 1 '
Capt. .
I N. KING. and and all other., .things b'elengiftg .io tub ; /:
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I ST.MATTUEW8, ; HEBBARD. the these' aims. ''< J. .v' t.I
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I W L GASTON, 2. Bucklers, Kelinets breastplates/bbt'tsbl/
Savannah TUESDAYiMSiTCEDAT by ; 1 :3
leave
every
These packets mail, infantry belts and clothes made .in .
MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive juris. up thd '
form and for the -
Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go military use; :n
I ftt .3d. Cavalry belts,and horses with their fur
before night or do ;
to St. Augustine every ?
through mture. .
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J Thursday. and Monday.Palatka TUESDAY and up to 4th. Aiid geiieraliy ail binds.of;-ami''aiilaistriimehts ":l

Ret rning, leave every bf iron steel, brass, and
at?o'clock touching as above ; coppery'd j.5
!; bID\Moaxisc: of any other materials manufactured
n be prepared ;i',
!; ear.h.ay.are. all low pressure boats in complete par- anjd land formed expressly tb.make.war by,.sea- "or .; :
They of .. .' : ,
i ,rder and handsomely furnished in every res- 5th. Provisions that :.tr
are imported iiitb"a) .
of well ;i'i
commanded by gentlemen
: ; are sieged or blockaded plac'e: b ; .
: to .. .
and their [ ;
: bon experience on the route, pat- ARTICLE. 19.--\t other I
ties merchD.nd1se&DI: i'l''
attention will be
,, Tout are assured that every I' suffer things.not comprehended in the articles bf coi : :
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ptid to the safety antI comfort of passengers, traband, explicitly, enumerate4 and ,classjfiea- : ')

uj to the careful handling of freight. ] them as above, shall. be held :and considered as free: .. :.}*
AGENTS: and bf ,
subjects free and
lawful
lid
man commerce, '
Broob & Tapper, Savannah. ves that they maybe carried and transported in the \X. .

iA-DeLorme, Darien.Bruirswick. ; ris; freest manner by,the citizens',of both the con* !;.;1

O.Friftllander, if .trading parties,"er.en.to places,belonging! !/. \ ,
; John Bessent, St. Marys. ;with' ,enemy, .excepting those places bhly which U8 .: :"f. ,
fffnandez, & Bisbee, Jacksonville. at that time.besieged blockailed,::,,:;'JcJ :0.10".'J't.. .} r-i",
I Coy, Black Creek. J i all doubt in this.particfutor; it is'declared'ihai /f"% ;

Geo.Cooley, Picolata. or the those places only are besieged .Wockaded ;.(I
Jl R.Reill, Pal atka.t ,which are actually attacked
by ,a beUJgerenS ?.!
L fitt & Co.. Charleston. force capable of preventing the entry of'thd ,
:.con
N..-Goods consigned to the Agents for- !o of neutral. . "=:'t ::;"Ii\"

wrded free of commission. Freight from Sa- the ARTICLK iff. The articles ;pf. conrr&bii jj .{

Snnnah and Charleston, and all way freight I ;tes fore enumerated. and.classified which:,!. : .
payable by shippers. ; found iii a.T s l .bound for an enemy'sJM ,
Septemberl7,1847. _tf shall shall be subject to detention"and confiscatibjij J t; .:
l aiing'free tHe rest bf the .cargo and ihe "'
lit CIRCUIT CO CRT.SlSTIEN es iMp : i:
CIRC'IIT OF FLORIDA-COUHTY Or I:0; 0,and that the owners nydlsp fte. "the.e ;. !
ST. JOHNS: In CIIAKCEUY. : prpr. :No l or .o .. i {
The Southern Life ; ; dis detained, e high seas.on abpdtint w z-,:;i

iuranc & Trust In-l 1 dues haying on.board articles of cbntrst&fidwh'ei J. .

'y to use of Arthur i J{ Bill to Foreclose ev rthe. mater, capt of supefcargo'bf si :\i.f'
vessels will
, } like articles,6f
tn t
teed j I ; band to the captor; tralesg. ..the
:
vs. ; ; articles be and of ttotlW .
great large
s sl ;
. Augustus Poujaud. j pro I. .
they cannot be received on
;
the satisfaction boa.the capturinjc "
, hating been made to appear to ;
r without great 1 o but in' tnis'
the ship ,tl
of the Court by Affidavit, that the itenienc';
other 'of
cases
. Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed who / } they zael ;; ,
;
detained shall'be sent to the nearest
. in the above entitled cause. resides out of the ; I juris- and convenient .t-'

t State of Florida, and out or the United States. dwel to se port for tra and judgment. accord&ifARTICLE 't .
.w.
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and in Cuba, one of the West India Islands,and I ; the 20.And' .l

, beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, ; pens that vessels sail wher for a port fteuent.Jy hp'J:
On motion Solicitor for o ple .
of C. W. Downing. Esq., ; ;
ging an enemy. without '
aid Complainant I t .kt ? i :
; same '
or or invested'it
It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- : in is besieged boPe :; ;
I ,agre every cire mst ncd
-essel ? q
jaud and others be required to appear and an- be" turned \
may away from such'port
solici or plaeec :
Iwer said Bill of within six months
:
l Complaint
but shall
not be detained, nor shall pat. \i:
) .him.r the same will be taken as onfessed against such may her cargo, if not contraband, be Confiscated any na-

less; after warning such blockade or invest( !.
: It further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, of the ment from the commanding of the Hock* ; .
i duly certified by the Clerk of this Courtj be pub:11Sbed 1. } and ading forces, she shall a ofce attempt enter .1!
t in within the | i j .1 '
: some newspaper printed and but she shall b'e permitted. go to any other .;
:j Eastern Circuit Florida once a month consecutively fJ
; said port or place she shall think proper. Nor shall
I. for six months. vessel that have 'l ..
any may enteredanto such,port .
[Si netlJ] T1IOS. DOUGLAS : :*,
Judge. before the same was actually besieged; blocks .
" I I, PETEli B. DU3IAS, Clerk of said Court, of dod, or invested by theotheborestramedfrquitting ;; ;

. do hereby certify the above to be a true copys and that place with her cargo: .nor Wfournltkh :
s an Order, duly made and entered of record an- Ifafter the reduction and surrendersbal! : !'

:] in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth 'of such vessel or her cargo be liable to cbnfisca- ij-v
cia J of August A.D. 1847. tion but .
I an- they shall be restored to the ,
J P. B. DUMAS, I therettf .owe.: ":
ex :r
,1 Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. ; or in : .!.. ,
_lan. 7, 1848. lamf6m I : ". ('
for vl':
III Circuit Court, 'they 4dniratin'Abroad'of Am An'Affectviff f ,
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EASIER CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: and &e'AtVen ; n consecratfnig '

CocjiTvoFDuvAL: Is CHANCERY ; cus : .banner, by.the Patriarch of thai; :jt; ;
;i, \t.I1aIl.Moore ) be city,!in front of St.Mark's, the.American .C n.. 1i,
sal is said to have been the ;
f '8. } Bill for Divorce. only foreign dipUOTTWfinvitedtq" .
. Henry MOQre. ) / be present, and in the cbursoi j

TT having been made satisfactorily to appear ofthe ceremonie.the commander of the troopp, *1*'":

i by affidavit. that Henry )Moore the defen- them- on parade exclaimed : Attention: .Honorr.to 'tt'.

4 &at aimed in'the above entitled cause resides of ,.the flag 'of the' United ,StateJ.of. America0r 7; ;
beyond of on which the dense mass burst fourth p'shouts
the jurisdiction of this Court, out of i' l.
$ u &and in the State of New York there- of bf applause,, with cziei bf LIgliveur1serrenbllc1" : .J

wre,on motion of Gregory Yale Esq., Solicitor SepU1. The peopleyofallcla J.alc! .
I *laid complainant .nor dtona IJdlenai civilians,threw tQ t"

:. It u Otc, ,.That,the said defendant appear ; +i-'! consul embraced"and r J'
and answer the bill of complaint of said com- ; kltngthe 4tir' i ngle' Banner,' pressed!!,? ;
. 1its with'1
Jain&nt within four months, or the same will t reaching,their; banddiybuk.tcrdo ti tautened .t' 11
*taken as confessed against him. inres. eye

1't'iii' further Ordered, That a copy of this ; i ng late/
Ydtr duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, : rithia i ; >vivogK.8tatifUxitilftiva'ifgrah .. f- t1
ieIublithIjV' 'And'in'lthleyenlng,1
hP'blished jt. "5
in within and '
some newspaper, printed .r :
11 th at:the'theatre :.there'was aiepetitfo
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EaaternOircuit of Florida,once a week con- the ., *' *-' l
en.th ai on the jConsuTs:; xingJx
;
'CUUTely ,of 4'
for ( .
four months. /
box with is Tfife ,..,
I .
DOUGLAS ; ( "i ) } !
TIIO. Judge. \y ;
j OSCAR eiti- .. '
i.j HART, Clerk of said Court, do here- ( ; : 2 -r.j--o : 1
; celtif, the above to be a correct copy of an ofthe ,: :Te: KeWeatrespondent: .4

. ,ercleT made and entered of record in the above ships 'Cotner and Enouir wrie that ,di 14id !
p ntltled e&118e in said Court on the tenth day of dis- R 'T : WItJ: the4 4 *l
,pf propriations having been 'c t!
-106CJ', A. D. 1848.'n. xha1 uw !
works, as also,those.at.Kef hoped. *
I b WmiEss YJIEEELJF, I hereunto set ;port .bit* \ i
t.8.] my hand and affix: the seal of said ,will be continued* bt G t .i ** t

Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. 1 Lighthouse'pn Sand nI80.muCw \.)
J r A1 small ve5seHsrrtmstati
for
_.:UOQI-l' 19, 1848 4m \ "bufsfi f j /i
and a>-Tery.indiffcrentzlight..iThe '
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with WeUI.,very good,one.Congress ., !i"l '
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ALACIIUA liOtJSE. \ T i
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Till Subscriber having purchased the house ; esor. U, & -Th Gojcrnor of Michigan'appointed
, premises formerly owned and,occu- ( OD or- Thom'Ktigerald. .Is.Sen*: JW4
ed\J.W. at NewnansvUle from: "Dem. *
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"J &, Esq. torvinplawWOen. Cais.lt
t., tO .. .,
l' Wifl ke ready to asonaniodate Boarders ; j -TheLegis J. < I

I J2 Travellers after the 1st day of May next, elon-the dayelecte4; .MpNdrrIsr.LjSenatoriin *

. topes by his exertions to make his guests as. 'for six years frwa tbe.4tk. !MsrchAext aplaceofMrMherton
fcmforuMe Be feas good stabling, --- in 1 .t
possible W fenn,then.exre -
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&first rate fcostier always in attendance -' ij! >rf. 0.* T *1' .' aTrptn ./t i ."

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tisrine 71iiU'never be"oDhterateu'and -' 'SQP ; t.wmi GDd ;
; ,. supports TAYLOR in order that a Whig Congressmay ate position Iii which Whiggery"Tias "been 'r7pwl iJ i.
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decla i f '
irritatJion/wilLmarkit fendent d'.a _
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.. *.\ adopt the Wilmot P.rov There Is nbthitii < compelled place itself: ani publishes weekly 85 W Jk
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t .. us.in""th" i ffit 'a corrected{list of th os Whig journals who confecioSaa truth that there is co1uuiflru.rnmn1pg
r- -:q JACKSONVILLE JULY 8 1848.NOMINATIONS. ing but ruin staring face in case this 1..11 can say, witj* ;..*iw, **>VAiAtHjfpectation $ ; 5 ""
i l" fc,X,t:* i>* *' sacrifice of
.. desperategame Whiggery is successful. We; have bolt&the no princple| ticket. The VashingtonftTnion4ives not a m non Jibarth wh%- ould more finding the aforesaid \'epiatJej.i'.re :
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T 1:r -- .f# 'OM \01> the Imagine lhan IjfpUliUdkelicvc liagfroni this heavy reproach nable.toUettrm whether its"
-;'.? can see nothing in it buirecklcssness of purpose following parody. in any practicable way. The cession of pedranco.fs to attributed to the4crt falUc S
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.," .'. ',.:It.: fatal cloud now impending over our beloved Republic Ghost of defunct Whiggery: .i bagatelle which would t cost me nr' second oftho Gcncral's; to'"whom?it 'WU difttt ,

.. .t".or.": may be averted, and the threatened "Tylerized, orDot, ?:that is question. thought if in that nay expatriation could be effected withhold its,publication.for.a short J>eri j '' ':\

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... storm may pass away! be- 'But 'as.it is we have the strating withhim.on O'lu
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think
f.. The jeers and gibes of the loco focos, might' 1po1itic' co r. "\t
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". .,.. _:4 Arouse then of the with and hold him i jntended to to ow. ,
we can
A. .:tt. ye men Southland ; : Or: take up arms for our candidate5: $ .$ I' }wolf by the ears, neither ? Though everjbo ," i':
::! ; DEDlO'R&TIV cool heads and stout arms repel this threatened i And by struggling; to elect him 'To win- adr safely lethim, go. Justice is. In onescale/ atlmIt'thnt'Gcn"Taylor 13-;popular' awm ,' '

.- .f : ..- _ _ the' -.... ",. '-*. 'to -- ..-- ..' and"''self-preservation..the.other. .OfLonc. great mass of the people few 'Will ?
conquerNo
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t'I a., upontheliberties'of country'and : and by winning to say we end thing I am certain, that,as the passage of slaves If. he" is not the candidate of the Whigpart1t .
more ,
'. i PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: forms of the constitution. Be not deceived by L ''
'I > rOR. I < The heart-ache and\ the thousand natural from on&StateJo another yould.noijavike.afs.lqveif cannot<,'be, 5.elected., -. -, 1-

:::..:.!: ; ,: ;;LEWIS. CASS the fact that TAYLOR is a citizen of a slaveholding shocks single human bein .nhoicould, not,be so ivithwt'itj .' ;. .. M -r tit:
1, .. : consummation5 1 ;: their djffuszon.over greater surface
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State. Do not believe that you are therebyany That coons are to ? a sq We from
'. ,:. OF MICHIGAN. Devoutly to be wished. ?To winj; -to conquer: mould tuket/em iivflvidithllyhdyipier,and propor- cannot/orbcar: copying the'foflj:

VN. ,1'_, VICE TRESIPENT: more secure than' if the veriest abolitionist To conquer!' perchance, ,the 'spoils. Ay, 'ionately facilitate the accpmvlishment of their, ing. capital review by,the.renrisylvaniaai '.
FOR
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> I.. ..*:: in tile land were in Presidential. chair. there's the rub ; emancipation, by 'Dividing'tKe Uvirftenon a'grcater, EXTRAORDINARY, FARCE.:. "'.. :"
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<-..Hi.:l: 'J".'. WILLIAM 0. BUTLER, TAYLOR is to be a stock, a stone, a useless pieceof For'in' : that reign of Zack's what:luck mAY number of coadjrtors. An/abstirience! too, from ADJOURNMENT Ecus$ ,DiE'M'n Ii
S i. this act of o":1i1 remove the"jealousy excited -oy THE r
power,
.v and is to come'
KENTUCKY. an 'almighty Congress
OF pageantry, CONVL"iTION'-Our
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."- : __ _ When we have shuffled off this loco rule, by the Undertaking of Congress *6 Regulateithecondition1 reporter gives a graP} C'
tur of the last
and
A-
issue its decrees of injustice tyranny. data
sitting
,
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.....t 1:.. Must give us 'paus' '* <* i : of the dtffei descriptions pf the F..iJatron1 -
'C
; :'. .t : .' FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: gain we shall have over our.heads the old ruinous Tint that the dread "' l of"inen: composing ar.Stale.. !This 'cerf inli 18. ventronJtapj: th t'r

-- ,. '}; :: -, BAILEY. policy of nigh forgotten Whiggery A Of something after the election puzzles the will, the.'exclusive right of every S&te),which! nothing nominations ofvTaylofand; } :'Fllbae\ th '
. ; ; GEN. WILLIAM : cern literally exploded'into tra&tD
:4ji: National Bank will And makes. na rather beartiios. ; ills"we"have, in the' constitutioa has taken from them i1 t ujt'7
and: .
: t magnificent powerful journment sine die ,
moved.
... .c.; .. Than to thers that knowhot: ." if" and7given''fothe' gederalgovernmerit i: Could :wa8 d itd"" IIt'1'

14c.'r. :.. .i ,:, ,.'. -;--- : rise in.:our,midst,'to. corrupt the,people and to, S '<" fly we j I" ..;; ; ; .Congress, fojf' exdrnp1eAy; that< ,the' nonfreeraei the delegates, excited by various emo.i fill .
CONGRESS
U- : f... .. FOR bribe political .p rtimDs. Another villanoua ,', '. n \Connecticut\ [saJI''b'e' freenen or..that'tttey'shatt from-the-Hd1nrlf from' bunUnrpowdQ":

t': ..... ; ,WILLIAM: P. DUVAL. "Protective Tariff-'will plunder the farmer: JEFFERSON, AND ,SLAVERY*.IN.,THE r nbt ernigraLezoan/othe/&ate,f gazine.t'.N I' ii'.rd was suidizp., the _'

,Jl"., ., -U .. "I regret'that I nih.now to''lie'i the belief tlDJStfe.l.aj.. Not a resolution U edot'
the benefit of few S TERRITORIES.
sbil for
the tiller of the a
.t dykind under
;'t' : jbut xihe
'I > that the. 'useless sacrifice 'by the generation ; whip orii
I. '
t '. $' ELECTORS: Millions millionsof the moment of the introduction of the .railor: I
'
- I r. 4. k -: FOR PRESIDENTIAL master manufacturers. and From 776'to/ qjires lf-gomnthent'ind: happiness' :lta *very intelligent body,f 1l. .

;: ; .-;:c: GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. the Public money will be squandered solely Wilmot Proviso Into politics" ,,our'"ears' have'< ,been'1' to theircouritryis to be thrownjiway by-the unwise of ,the -sUnjon ,U compelled,.tc+ l '
member his
for
home
'
*, :i:., : CHARLES H. DUPONT, of GacLden. upon the,Western Rivers and harbors, and the stunned by the repeated assrtiontiiat! its paternity ,and. linworthy passions of' their' 'son's, and by circumstance that, will egrade fell l'and'd8&Jt
be taxed to foot the bill. And due less'a manlthan'.TuoMASJEFFERSON. that my o'n1y'con'soIation isto, be that I lire not upon tu COQ.
States :
to :
Atlantic was no .
like the
e V Jackson explosion of
MILTON County. try an
:1{ > JOHN of to 'weep'er it. rtMo ke.1f r
r. *" : '' .. last, not least, an attack will be made on your Whig prints,find Abolition'prints, "If they1 could C .buriclispassiopately weigh the ing wasld about the war'tnougE; ,th'Buena ).

; ** = MEETING. constitutional rights as slaveholders. It will have made, the,bold assertion, and chuckled at blessings they wilt.throw away against;:al b- Vista, nominated! NotMog: '.

,:: ...:.; :'.' ., DEMOCRATIC .certainly happen, as certainly as TAYLOR and a the. apparent inconsistency of .Southern. Demo strict
? accordance with the recommendation of union than by accession they would pause before of territory-nothiig'about. events i ; mr'
..,. ; ., ;; Whig Congressional Government are successful. crats. The charge was meanwhile known tQ be -not even a word is '
the Democrats would thisi1 act wf 'suicide poor vouch'safedabsent tit"
it" meeting of they perpetrate
:. : the county Committee, a the Storm! Be 'active false and declared as such. But the soldiers In Mexico '
::: Jacksonville will beheld Then arouse Avert repeatedly on themselves, and of treason against the hopesof >> who hay fiey ip::.
:; :1 of the precinct of for your dearest interests are at stake. If a dark old habits of Whiggery, of declaring_ no principles the world. holding,the honor,of pur country nndcreiroa*

: p '",: MONDAY EVENING' next, the 10th hour of despondency and ruin should come, let pf its own, and making :blind assertions': '.',TO'Y01Jrseit, qi th" faithful advocate of' th. dorse stances the full Allison of peril. Even an httempV tor'-'en-

: ;' '" Instant, for the purpose of responding to the without the shadow natural,it Union,.Ijtender: in?'offering of my'high esteem letter of General Jayloj<&
: ; it not be the bitterest pang, that your own inaction of proof, are ed, amidAri'dhilous, confusion.,, 'P. "
..
A full and TH.: JEFFERSON"THE
and BUTLER. respect. .
., : '.. ,; nominations of CASS has contributed, chiefly to your disgrace and cannot be cured. And' very lately the : :.. :! Fellow-citizengi.! Cain it be that'.tHisacaal: *.

.: .:.. :'" attendance anticipated. Barnburners, the good brothers: of'.the Whig BARNBURNERS 'AND ,SLAVERY.* -. The posif bus fraud-tliis.$4iculous! ,farcethls. poJiU.<

*' ;Xv-/-,.e- ,- .. NOTICE. TUE "FL RID\ REPtBLICAN.The first Abolitionists, are equally loud, in proclaimingthe turn. assumed.by'; the'Barnburners.on..the question your cal hai-lequinade intelligent..judgment-will ever: be Contrast: sanctionS;tU'S W':

.. 1 r../ The Democrats of Duval county, are respectfully number of this new Whig journal is before us, same falsehood. We shall give 'a few extracts of slavery in new territory, is dec1ard'ithe' .' ble, and fearlessdeportmentofthe Deinocriltf,

'-" % which from Mr. JEFFERSON'S letters in order following esolutions'adop at the Convention National Convention with this
j>.-- requested to hold immediate meetings and fully answers the anticipations we new spectacle of

x -v/: their precincts and give an had.formed of it. It is a large and beautifully that these,loud talkers,may see with what rear 'recently-held at Utica' It:will be'seen Federaljugglery in theChihese", JIuaeuin. "8 f
within respective ,
.::: how. the Democrats have met all
,"' : ..-!.'* expresaion of their opinion relative to the nominations printed sheet, perhaps in typographical execu- son they claim him as their coadjutor ,in destroying that they ,are directly !at, issue.with 'the opinions -see how plain their language great is-ottes'tJtM:-see id

: ". *.-*.: of CASS and BITTLKR, in accordance tion the most pleasing in .the State,-and in compromises of the Constitution.In expressed by Gen. CASS, and that they.gothe broad and.capacious their platform: Behrff'*'

h ., f.v" with the recommendation of the District Com- this respect has reason to cause the little, democratic November, 1823, Mr. JEFFERSON writes to :whole figure'for the WiJinot Proviso. the Democratic. ,creed against Nativknvgainst -.*.

,,):.'. .. bxittee for East Florida. It is to be hoped that News" to hide its diminished. head.- LA FAYETTE. in relation to 'the Missouri ques- Resolved, That the power prohibit the introduction ;the.opppneuts of.the war-against uftn.fering .''
of slavery into"ferrifcries of thct U. with: the,slave question, and, against US
t The editorial articles are written with great tion. lie then clearly perceivedthe political
will be even -
:: li'full and hearty response given. "' mbvemenU. that in4
; States, now free, is clearly delegated' : 'Con : upon subject- favorif
J, ,r I':!:, By order of the Committee.'I taste, and, from premonitory symptoms, we may use which would be made; of the slavery gress by the Constitution ; and that the highest Francein favor, of the .war-mx' favor of wrboldiera

4 .:r :,: ; CHAS. BYRNE, Secretary. safely assume that, ere long, 'we shall catch a question, and of the natural inclination 'of considerations of patriotism,; the strongest nti- -in' favor.of Free T"'oldand'then'ask

,} prodigious Tartar." But, welcome to the arena Whiggery to be the first to thus avail itself."On' ments of justice and humanity, consistent with yourselves whether you will again be sialtil

''I I' ..;: : TIlE CANVASS. compatriot! We know of'none with whom the eclipse of federalism .with 'us, although professions of.,democratic'principles. andva Great by appeal Britain i to the passions, that even' la,
where
there is 'no 'popular" fifc
for the .
I : in the number the address pleasantly join in friendship or not its extinction, iraleaders got up the proper respect : .enlightened opinion of j
ir:>:. ; We publish present we can more political mankind require that this .power should ,be frngt; .would be frowned upon by everj mas.,
under the lessening
Missouri question falsef rant of }
of the District Committee of East Florida disputation. exercised }n favor of freedom., and boy.in the land l' ..5'1"
the but with the real viewof
measure of slavery '
,
::, .to the several County Committees in their dis producing'a geographical division of parties Resolved, That useful labor, being essential, ,Choose: ye;'fellow citizens and do 1 6t'1'OI'

I : trict.It. is an ably written production, and TAYLOR AND THE, GOVERNMENT OFCONGRE'Sf which might insure them the next President....r- not merely to the'subsistence, health', and,comfort the that language you are-men' of truth, whosbould'be and candor. ddr(" df' *
> -
"'*. ?. The of the North went blindfold',into of man, but also to his highest :happiness, -
"' 'ea :not but produce a powerful effect in soothing people t
.
his moral and elevation should .
their leaders for ilawitha intellectual a. "
L ; any latent irritation, and in arousing the There is not a mail from the'North, that does the snare, followed a -w I at all times and in all places be esteemed respectable '- :t ;r'f
zeal truly commendable, until they became : ; ,,
: \ :,:, Democracy of the State to energetic and harmonious not bring more and mOre alarming proofs of the sensible that they were injuring instead of aiding and honorable. One of the gratevils o1Mr.1I, Tm';. are iiuren's the 'Mighty(dcJcction'will fallen1'" :TfieH irs
iUf I1U
'th.
: action. We believe that such an address intention of the. Whigs to establish a govern the real interests of the slaves ; that they of'slavery.: Is the* ; false',tfcgfhdalion- labor, lJeUov1dCyOfthe:
; nation
The
"nngbt'if.iiiy
: !
*
ercbYln,81ar c'ountrJ s,the Tree laber is :
f ; ;' ..: iras loudly: called for. The peculiar action of ment of Congress by means of the "availability had been used merely tools electioneering In effect, excluded from all thosc"brnncl fin4ustry : of democi who'have'' borne tini outhftf,
and that trick then fell :: '
-': }'- the Central Committee in.repudiating the.principles of TAYLOR." It is not a line of policy hid purposcsv; of'hypocrisy" 'r: 'usually'&riled, 6dby: 'sl vcS:; Thus, backs tq fame and fortunehayea'sad, 'leaoialft J
it had been t.
as quickly as got up.
,'3:: of the Madison Convention, had alienated under a bushel, but is proclaimed in the pen 'the ,accuniul. tion,of national wealth: and! ,the learn inthc-history Martin Van Bi4ii'i"aait
: 'In a letter to JOUN ADAMS written in January be will bt ibiei crab
retarded gen cry thropghonttai
.. ': for a time many who were eager to embark day. For instance we have just happened to progress of civilization ( t'e"gre.1Hy: for ,
18:21: Mr. JEFFERSON thus clearly denies the the want of tha country, that-he whom we upheld through go4
: inventive
? ; $ energy, intelligence, and
v v :, In:the struggle, contribute their mite to the in the N. Y Tribune Abolitionist and through evil 11.11
see Whig in skill which result the report haanow.betrayed
", .. right of Congress to legislate any manner : ; 'from cojhpelitioh -.
d .,; :. advancement of the great Democratic cause.- journal which< has refused as yet to take He of fr ixtCu. \5 "" ,..1 Where can such an instance political ingratitude -
.t i" upon the subject. ,clearll foresaw the horrible be found ? Is he.to, be the
: They were zealous to support the nomination of up the cudgels for TAYLOR, a letter: of the which would result from Resolved, That,by'permihing'labor'to tje degraded refinement of 1ftJUplaztt.: .
politioltreacherj which ais
," consequences by the introduction spread i pf slavery i
I : CASS and BUTLER and they felt that they could
Hon. CHAS. HUDSON M. C. for Massachusetts known
ver a lie whom the
parallel
peat
su'ch action which the ,
any ,-consequences may through extensive, ,territories, of New
':, # do so upon the platform established at Madison. read at ratification held in his district. the honest Democracy of this country,select
a meeting
California
., .. ;; even now not be far distant. Mexico, ,.and .Oregon, we should perpetrate -
could at the as the man who should be allsiced Ho follow ia
: ;
JJuthey support no man or men of
When we remember that he is a bolting: anact. gross injustice agtinst"afl the
'
4 '4' : acrificeofthe dearest rights cf the South.- "Our anxieties in this quarter are all concen- free, laborers of our :owiicpuntry and of.qverpopulated the footsteps o. his illustrious predecessor '
.
(, ..... Taylor whig-an arrant fanatical abolitionist, trated in the question,_what does the holy alliance in this ands the noble'Jackson. is he to be the man toteagi
.1 Europe, ; c eding
4.I The District Committee of East Florida has geneirations
hap-
.
who urges!; and introduces more antislaverypetitions in and out of Congress mean to do with us who desire,to seekfii'thewsclycs'and "this-hmniliatiiig. lesson 1 Is c this to betll
may .
;, '. pily overcome this difficulty. That which was the Missouri And this :{ sober ":of the Dem ?
than perhaps even GIDDINGS himself, on Question by-the-by, their families, a home in those regions. sccondy' t thought : CnCl,
..' Committee is but the name of the case'-it is the John Canwe, believe the ? Are'we to.Lava ft
t', t too hastily declared by the Central that he is disposed to fraternize with the barnburners only Resolved That the doctrines' and_ opinions story
I .. .. ** .' Doe and Richard ltoe of the t-jectincnt. The avowed Presidential second Arnold.-in'the -person of ..Marl Iii
: nominee
..... as a new and false issue/ they have reiterated and that he violent Wbi- by of the Baltimore ..
represents a Buren ?
HEAL as scen'in the States afflicted .
;:. .' 'as good sound doctrine, and call upon all Dem- Abolitionist constituency, it may be seen that ,with QUESTION this unfortunate, population, is, Are our Congress Convention!to prohibit, in slavery relation Jii o'tli the territories power: of Would that we could answer these queistfuts: rri

: ocrats to rally to the support of CASS and BUT there is something to fear in such men suppor- slaves to be presented with freedom AND A DAGGER ofthe'.Unitetl States in which it docs not now : with an indignant negative.. But Ketr.Yflrlc

'i"t. ::. LER. The call will not be made in vain. To ting the TAYLOR ticket. We give the following ? For, it'Congress has the power to regulate exist; and the position he has assumed, and now must hang her. head in'shame, while she is forced -

: ., heart will the conditions of the inhabitants within occupies in this has in the to make ;the hun.iliating confession Mti!
;' their patriotic appeal many a manly respect, judgement
;' extract. Do Southern whigs, on reading the the States, it will be but- another' exercise of ofthis Convention him : great i,Democratic' party of America, tha\ier
totally to
disqualified
: ,- ,
,:' .. r bound with pleasure, and many a warm soul policy of their Northern bretheren feel proud of that power to declare that all shall be free.-, receive the support of the Democracy of this "favorite son"-the-.on1y Chief MagistnJ
,
; .. :..,. :"will be stirred up to its inmost recesses at the their masterstroke at Philadelphia in the nomination Are we, then, to see again Athenian and Lace- State for the high office in question; and,that it which she has given to the country-has .p?>

j 10 ..:. sid war cry of the De nocracy. Then let us of TAYLOR. It seems that like demonian confederacies 1-to wage another 1'cloponuesiau is therefol: utterly impossible, that we should ved a viper to the party' that has nursed bus
... geese, to settle the 1- into a political existence. We have no wcrfi
: war, ascendency yield him such .:
J haste to the fight with our loins girded and our support.
I :. : they were born to be eaten: Or, is this the tocsin.of merely a servile war? wherewith to clothe this confession that can -

J#\ 11o. : ;;.\' 'armor buckled on, for our enemy, though fee- <:But the nomination has now been made, and That remains to be seen ; but not, I hope, by A NORTHERN DEMOCRAT. lieve it of its depth degradation. We can 0D17

_ _. : "f Lie,is treacherous,-though contending for a in all probability Gen. Taylor or Cass will be you .or me. Surely they will parley a while : -We commend to say-AVC., as well a you, are betrayed Tto,

:j "'; ':-! bad cause, it is ever vigilant. the next President; and defection among the and give us time to get out of the way) -See every''reader the following remarks from' a is the Traitor!. Do with him ,hat you will-8'

: I;is the last,and death struggle Whiggery. Whigs will increase the chances of Gen. Cass's Randolph's Mem. and Cor. of Thomas Jefferson, speech made by the lIofl.LA.DOiGLASSU.. S. '}True Sun, 24th, inst.C'PI.UMBUSJPIIIO., '.

.. -t..' election. Gen. Cass is an open advocate for the vol.4p.li3S. 5 Senator.from Illinois,at the Ratification meet : \ -
'All its old issues have been defeated
". : negative extension of our territorial limits, and.maintains So did he consider the of : '
I ::. I dangerous agitation ing at New Orle iis" The. 'latej convention_ at June 23,1CONVENTION'4T S
I.S one after another, and it has totally abandoned that Congress has no power to exclude : S '
this subject that he was even opposed to the Baltimore has .taught,'us'the bitter lesson that ,OL'UIIBtSThe ;.
:: ; its causes of warfare. But office is sweet, and Slavery'from territory acquired ; he is known f&

,:1. .:. that alone is the great aim for which Whiggery to'be highly belligerent, and in case of his election education of Southern youth in Northern 'col- we can far more safely rely on,our Northern, "Fie Territory" Mass Convention,w 1iid1

.... ,. there would be great danger that he leges. See his .letter to Gen., BRECKENRIDGE. .than our Southern br them, and while the former held its' session in' this city, 'ajoueJ
.'..,".: S Has, embarked in this contest It has spurned would embroil us in our relations, with foreign' 15th 1821. night. There were four

J4 ;'.'.4. ,and treated with contempt all its old leaders, Governments, and the annexation of'' Cuba, or February'' are always determined! to stand .by'us in present from various sections, of the Stat iiI

; ":: ', v"who once rallied the party under the of the rest of Mexico might be the'result. With The line of division lately marked out between any emergency, the latter are equally. zealous" a full attmdencebfqurfcitifens at

;: cry I such an accession of Slave territory, and the effects -I different portions of our confederacy, is to barters way their dearest* rights for a liadow. of meeting; ttrctc; some by interes't ia ti S
::. protection: or a National Bank. It foresees its four such as will never, I fear, be obliterated; and, h .
0- years more misrule,I should despair proceedings, tbr'oughcariosity.after
As Las deserted the.:South ?
:. I ....\. : "doom written on the wall, and, to avoid it, commits of every being able to maintain Northern we are now trusting to 'thosewho are againstus CLAY ; so may TAY the usual preliminary business:>fganization !-

; '.' ..,);:, : suicide.. It takes up as its candidate a rights, or to sustain Northern interests. Beingunalterably in position and principle, to fashion to their LOR.' L We prefer' ,the, &. lJ2Ltewhohas distinct Sly 'h d1'be'er transacted, reo1tti1
., to the own form the minds and affections, our youth. declared his sentiments rank aboU1onisz
I man' declares that he has no opposed farther xtension of :: strongly ;
political opinions "
and advocate If, as has been estimated,we send three hundred offered : Their substance i8 a!
Slave territory an of free soil and "Mr. Douglass 'while avowing his ,determination andid6ped
> and has no knowledge of politics. It flies free labor 1 feel it to.be my duty to do all that thousand dollars a year to the northern.seminaries tolend his., .most-cordial support to the 'la'ratioh iu-favbr'of h ldirg'aNat9na +

_ r1t 10"l; ; ,! :, it this last, final struggle to ''availability" as can honorably done to oppose the election of for the instruction of our.own:"sons,'then nomination sidtbhi'ech: of the distinguished ,tlo 'it Buffhlo1On l the lp I
_l
r :; It the Democratic candidate whose we must have five hundred of our sons imbibing to'ndmiiit'e: caijdidate for'the Presidency/
I :
S a refuge. presents a man of the most ordinary policy believe -iidiviUdalsjselected'i r'tfiesiipport of the Demi _
51 would be exclusively Southern. pinions and principles discord with those 'wis his oiii''!first provide'for pri*,electoral ti ketJThey'aIiOtkpici5 '
: talents for the highest.office. in the nation : ocracy choice., The gentle- _
; : a A; Gen. Taylor is not all that I could'desire..- of their own country. This canker is eating on ian also declared himself opposed to the Wil. a'detennahon not tbrnominate a: *
;p !..-. and, supports him on the score this being the.vitals of our existence and if not arrested
5 S a But from: all I can learn of the man, I believe 'mpi'pf6'viSq| and:said that he mould*vote fvr> no date Governor to'spp6V l
: 4 *f f "5&uoces military chieftain. But it must not that b.6 independent, manly'and honest, and at once, will be beyond nedy." -f\ > titari 'lehtf'ttajfriotfdetefminedfy and unqualifiedly! ,soinaenforCdngress'and; %.'.

: be supposed that-Whiggery" wishes, TAYLOR if'elected would surround himself. by a Whig But.his opinions upon ,the.great! question! of hostile to that measure: Ifa 'Northeinvutn should JI-. I,-- v'1tll. ,' ''c, ; i '' :r:-,', j. tJ

be the representative of the new administration Cabinet; I man believe and that elected he is a moderate, conservative the day,-the existence of slavery ,,in i the Territories be die 'JV .ii.plz rAte{rof'tM; Presidency! ,: thert 5' The BriishDdatJi.kd." ?' : &Casi-Gen"iijij' :5ai'i Ca33

_ S ; If successful A deeper and more cunning Whig principles., He has 'pledged would carry himself out ,-are best revealed in his letter to Mr. mould[,no'danjir't!:Southern_ ,'institutions';"but 'untortunatelencountee the decided.
to ifchfbeja >are fo'f if Northernman
: Sorthernmafy''ben .
.: ;. .'- ,game lies under all this apparent sacrifice of sustain the popular will as expressed by the HOLMES, of Massachuietts'writter'M, the time catigifno'Sduihern! 'support;ynlesshe the: press ; he,Canadian in2l:$

____ $S 5 principle, and party. This game has been Representatives 'of the. people, and administerthe of the agitation of: the'Missouri,,compromise..... his..sentiments, :distinctly? .upon" 'the ,{siHjject.avows;, but off a elingqniAe:on his'nomt.o C4UaI.tithM'ofLtkBWhig;With a P
Government '
the "
y vowed. It is publicly declared in the Northern on principles adopted by Mr. JEFFERSON openly declares th t.it.is for.the from a Southern 1l1Alt no pledge Ewould be d. and its coadjutors'and\ ,i MW' Miowauiw.jwfofthelfactiodaliBarnbUrner f
the Fathers ofthe ,
.; t1 Whig prints that Congress is to be the govenanenl is less belligerent than Republic.theDethocratio 1 believethat he t interest of both the white and the.,black race inanded frp.mithe Soutn ,and.tAe Southern..States$ prl.It cs' *
candidate, .might tl(4t' Q'Gft"fl.Iiiif.Ii1ei* -.ml :. the itcrestofB **
!? be :Jthose jn ,.
under Gen. shovtifbe forgotten by
TAYLOR. that he would be
inclined I 'that
They consider'tkcir more to peace less Slavery spread over'a large'suifticeoj'I'erriJory.
# ; S sonal ambition slyuldt$ ftil1furt1' W ., ,t,J

leader. a numskull, and kindly provide disposed to anneX foreign territory,; and on the ., WJiat) can be thought. of.the-hu: .._. .", ,.4,4_'__." ..". .. ..l.' ..."t_' ')''_'{'') 'perjtht'CI'athlf'I last.,n&. .;
.. lim with a Regency in a.Whig great 'subject Slavery itself'would take amore of those Northern 'S biI1iins.aff C I
Congress. honorable course than his Democratic manity political fanatics.who, GEN. T/AYi/ itf-Thcj.Ni.;Oj Evening' '
/Tothe Southern States this position of At- competitor without making a slave the le would confine of tbeQ2Yult..bas' ; 'th' ':'.foHowing interesting their unwilling memory.';And ajbove aiI,

'), "fcirs' : is of most fearful 4" r 'iit?-" t'f' rt'i-Mi cannot forget that,when Minister t6 .
;import. "Another consideration has in the institution within ia narrow Fn
Congress w,to weight my mind. spaced'contrary, paragraph in relation to the:;.movements of Gen.: bearded '
;
the'Britishjlion--braving
2
i-.. ".be the Government under Gen. TheNorthern States have a majority the House lihg : !" : e : : ,
:- Taylor. The bulirtrka to,the rights guarantee us by ,,constitution. .T tbRl.J / : 'I" il' )& ediiiflucn&bf th&"aJlied d s. .
5' of Representatives' but the Senate ,
,. of the Constitution are to be demolished. ; are eqitally di- 'MoNTiOELLo AprilfSa 1820. about last 'c before the astonished wozldyitlut
tided, there being fifteen'Slave States. the line S / It was }whispered ngtht prpu.umphantlhampion .c
-'*r* The checks established by our great ancestors should be drawn on the question ofSlaveerten If To' JOHN HOLMES: thank-you dear ,ir ;for Gen:: Taylor',had sent .a letter to'thisjcityjTorpublicatipn l of the fre donief

: ., .f'ivt 5 are to betlestroyed to subserve the base and thE'&nat' should divide on geographical lines': the copy. you have been so kind aa'to.edtnof : repudiating the.statenients,, made in *.Vell' may. the Hamilton (Canada Wet tu.-)
"'
It-/. purpo- the vote be the letter to'your:constituents the Missouri his behalf bvAthe Louisiana.elegation.in thila- tor; firle seleei6nrs'ij
I casting must given the Vice ,
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t'4r; -; eiofparty. There to be'no he d to the gOY... lkrrTim VIEWS OF MR., FILLMORS< ARE'WELL Presv- question. It is a perfect justification, (kern.I .,, ;delphia,'anq[ no.. oijfy''deny] ;ing their :right,and. : use mti "il jwWnl_ tLi.MC .
'tri ment, butIt is to be changed hadror'a long timeceased to read,the tomk r ta COLONY.:
a tyrannical KNOWN ON THE SUBJECT. HE IS
: -(:oligarchy. And under this what can the South MAN. IN THE HIGHEST AND BEST, SENSE OF,THE.TERM. I Lpersjor'pay. a111'att.entiondo.public'affairs, iterating his former'de 1arat1n tint he'would' ; ten olte CadsNiY4r

expect but insult degradation ." I confident they'were in good hands,and.QOnt nt, not'be"the Vcandidttte of,a'party. No little etcrtement -: 8m2"Ww .f_ ;1 ,rlw tl
t :tr and ruin;; If'the'present ,. ,' I to'be7:a'passenger in our bark to the,shore;from' 'wasTcreat edvf ib't
# ) I". Congress only:failed to adopt the S S THE CLAY/ WHIGS.-We perceive that which I5 am:not distant? But this momentous both parties,'and there-Was! considerable: specWlation S ::- '4t.fJ O' c, ; J") .j :' .
"Wllmot' Proviso)by the . .. the oldfilQ question 'like a fire-bell the the New.tfor Tailots.tteJ !j
support rendered the' leaders' 'or' the night, ar."kued.andfit1edJ. S as.to .course whiohtbeWhigsoh1''tb&4 tBnt "
4 South by Northern Democrats wHat 'Whlg.-party'; : are .growing .me.with' terror.";I.\consideredj it, at propaUy pursueSome- eclired another dia pnn6oiMota; reat"'meeting i EDg .

; .L 1 can be expecte4 stronger,and stronger, ei-i
) ;_ of a Congress where the Whigs may nunciation of those;who have sacrificed principle -. ,indeed/for the moment5;! buti'ihis.u: 'a. .reprint e \:t ajdd,sgWriour\ statesman of t1jWe'stw6u1dhe. 1''J '. < b'', jS.. '' ',.

: fQ 4 bare an orenrhelming 1 jority. What can be opmiftns}; and ally at the,shrine of availably. '', lnota final, 'sentences]geogrspI4caTJiincding'with / ; : .gain.'tfur Chosen leader. of b fa" tai1ors.inIondon. r.ijSp g.a_ __ ; ;,1

44p" expected ofa party thai' publicly avows that it 'lityj; .The.TribWKigroans'dai11 at the marked jHntipIeV vol arid r1" 'h aftQ&r lm3atiulaed .aid'-" oTitnar' Wigr"7Vtr tion, -'Jo,. $
.. d' political, once conwivedaM'hellup.tfctJie.ftji- that the W igs'throughout' thi"Union from Ecgkad tolke XJ. glatw.
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.) : 10. the Corresponding'Com How proud on principle; is the-position of the ? the 2d Iftst a.'manifeSto WM'UlSued by room, that.irouli'couvince in of ifo great A'h1t _-V9 3 .fC e,. ,.. ..

6 t Counties of East Florida. democratic party when contrasted thct CO tit Of the 'Irish.'Cotif d mti 'ittne ? it t, ; .
with that of 'l'lla.cffi' -nb *f.l r jt:1..fc
i.4' jt "' Mme :
Irish''* hf
$ their people signoUby MtfWoL/fi. .For saiej 0 retail;bi1a aJ"I [ 'alea.n..t ubSc\-iMIOR.41r OO.a Pest .i'f .! 3bopiestbr$3
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.. with of the opponents) The resolutions :": .
1 :'1atoar compliance one fwthiiy coached In terms i
4'tal ,, : n put no less defiant of law thaw '. *,. fT. 0--HOXME{ & Cl1'i 'uOInridveiace: ,Add resa- : '.'

s' e appointment.r\1 the State .the Baltimore Convention grapple boldly and effusions of Mr. Mitchell. ,.to t t l' 1. :,J .l 'n'Ul1'$.( .n1JtJ. Ddn 1 Ol Jn iO ;f. ._ ."J OS c, !:.-N'y". k'., .'Z.}e a .

*4 Contention we have the pleasure fearlessly with all our,great measures of public thened Eso UND.account. -The'Londou the /pap s give*.leng l' : : ..-" -. .. .1.. '..".u. J. .J_'"-;.,1, ..... ..4..I ti'I !....a..;...:..+..r......- _'",".'-i'.,.-iR",....; '. '. h.1.J,,

**"' murott- at the present juncture,-to lay policy, and clearly define our position 'in of three of the Chartist arrest leaden.and Their examination names: MARINE. Il T IlL IiE1VCEPQBTUJgrJ Li1: via. !, e,. .'f '. HE:1'4?' 'ft.

1'It li* "frankly and unreservedly our opin- relation to each. On the contrary the Whig 'nroJoseph Williams.Joseph Fusrelland Ernest : l I
and to invite Convention 'dares not Charles Jones-the latter barrister of the-Inner >L40NTj{ /f.JULYa': ;: ''.:: fEpXM-BariaBdiftfpei ldcaleltUiit] defli ; !'Mand&fr'IIoard'
:. 'r lpcs and our prospects avon a tingle measure of a i fj I tfndlttporter"of. Fancy,Pa i.1fCn .+s'' .J .

+. II'D to communicate freely with u! public policy, or a single principle of government! Temple. iarPffru.carFArcE.Affairs ... 'L ARRIVED:W.res f. --t .,1'f '!.P _::7i1Ylisse or tt. "', 1 1a J Jl1'11:1 ?'
. ttt With the *ll >
S CASS for President Driven from exception' July 2d.=U.McNelty &. s.of;M ir.J Steamer {oeamu '.) s.CLUDicsyl50WBliaaitl
ti *z
LEWIS position
of every they had occupied of' which have .t:
engagements taken place i .
" aiw '
.Il J BUTLER for Vice President meets .stripped of every mask they had assumed- between the Italians and Austrian daring the bee. from Savannah, to Fernandez& Bis- :, : ). 7r ;;' "i irl11 j f.j j

tv. and far our these honest week, and,the:surrender some,Danish soldiers T. ?, t; t *W -VIS.'X"
as as
Wiigs 1 u
Approbation; fling their _
nslificd principles to July nth. S. Rlnil.Steamer St athews i 'k
: Courtj.1di'it .
21 a.tiew ti.t '
to the Prussian army affairs generally; o. :d ooriibe '
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the entire and the
CDqextends will secure winds,and elect\'ery appropriately as their look somewhat quieter. Capt f* UtnVT.King Tn t.from" ." YSaiirannalii' "- jtol. 'Ber 1.1d i' : Western hotel CfctogtraV-irKoIwal*; and ,

sod riof, our party throughout the standard-bearer, a candidate'who; has no principles France is, however; still the theatre of considerable e. T retail for 3sh r- :;whicfrJie, ronldlnTitb ; r.

,1 dissatisfaction manifested at tint and' belongs to no party !f> confusion. A report was spread in.. July 4th.. 'S' 4t.t CI.E RED. ? ., s *? the attention;of hm 5 putliera rrie ds'in Visit* fi.14 "J,

r.I. "f party, with the action of the But if their candidate for the has the course of the sitting of.the National Assembly vnnnah.mj.J eameiOeamulgee; MeNelty; : tag the' citato: talVanCexamiaeselv -roiUi" t i '
fir our Presidency on the 8th inst. that ,the in e8. : .
police were .h t 'T "f"h
I, cntion, has given way before a no principles, and 'm ri7/ be the exponent of the search of a high personage arrived in the morn-, July 7th,.Steamer4'St Matbews, 1DD& t ". .- .., .. .,.t \ J.: .,

: investigation of the position of9thgndid doctrines of party"-these are his own words ing at Paris;'by diligence from London. From ,Savannah. .. a."t'. t ; **.-*. Pretn..ulQbe'-*Chef; --3 pandsv--' :.tT:1'1 .

1 l n the great question of Southern -they were determined to make amends for information.believed to be cOrrect this personage F. W. WOOD'S Patent Riveted di Lea I ;

J', 1 CasSo. d the is not DODemocrat w, within our knowW. this deficiency in their selection of a candidate has to been is the arrested Prince'deJoinville.I;The personage here'alluded 1 ,STATE OF FLORIDA t. ,. / ther Bands, Na1' 67'.lh'tiulitbrt's Stretched< :New*

fh who is not fully satisf the Vice COUNTY OF DUX ;>:""* York. These Bands *aVe&ceived 'the'i\
. leg Presidency. Yes;Miliard Fillmore Prince Louis Napoleon is understood to,.be t M'pi'emi ";;.
.1,11111 and To, all to.j; ?. these Present shall .t1to silver mtd ls and three diimu'at "- _:'.
\1I't 1 hands of Cass Butler, our: has principles, and elected for Paris. He .will probably obtain, : tome :
f.I. in tie fortunately for us there is '- r the Fairs of Bo8t6nnd '
New
je4 ._ will be protected and three returns besides that of.the CapitaL The GreetingTT7HEREAS.:-. [, '': rtr ;
fully '
.1 no mistake about them! : r ii. f
rights It will They run and
not it cannot straight femooti' .
present a Jl ,
I.S tutJUDi" Government Lawrence. ba.alhi ; yt
of ,
course will not dare to molest .Byan day, ( .
: face both I.N t : .
I.r be. T>n sides: : 'tt1
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that he has
denied J
always manifested,the Y T applied me for,, Letters pf Administration -. $:

tr lotions of the Baltimore Convention greatest hostility to: Southern rights. This him.The European Times states that the resignation ; : of,all and 8 singular- A Qoods Chattels, .GT. e2'sJDrob'mst11.&e..r..j. .'.; 11.1 .!\ .a-J, .1'(

Thgoolei : eld Platform of the Democratic fact is susceptible of the fullest proof by 'his of Lanartine and Ledru Rollin was,openly .I R ights"and Credits which wereof.George, '' > .Ei'rh 3".i ( J. I ar. xr t

': r \* full satisfaction votes in Congress.If talked of in Paris and suspicions are_expressedthat Church, late of said'county,deceased-.t"v j Are. hereby can t. U lofa .. mn' ;.,.' .xlmadf
.topt1J
!' hiCb has ever given Lamartine was a party to the movement of I These are therefore to CITE and admonish all ".I : 1j but we must do the Justice to our by the act of Providence, he should chance the lath of May. and singular the next.of,.(kin ,andcreditors ofsaid Extiacts, &.040'.1 .:
end, tlyr
-" d to thAt Convention to say that we to become President, as John Tyler did, how Causit iere.: late Prefect of 'Police charges deceased, to chew cause before'me_on or before .havejio Agents.travelling an .roh.. L ?"'t>s oJ a

.' Vel as they were would our Whig friends look l' But let Lamartine with having supplied the arms to the second Monday in August.nex ensuing traders, &.;wishing the pure article,. had. ; )
us
,r .lIIIT'Ote. of their endeavor Sobrier which enabled.him to get up. the, con-/ why said application should not be granted; ..betteraddresstheirorderatotlis. __ te-P.tYP' ,tt,'ud
i ,,der insfrIlctions from our State Convention, to save them the mortification of such' a Bpiracy. Lamartine's friends allege that his otherwise Letters of Administrutiouns, .aforesaid etnr- *t the .SlWle.d.-'"., CfonsfatoCerajgr. :"t..e.,!\"

in n"sen' of the new circumstances which spectacle ; for mortifying, we must believe, it aim was.by making a popular demonstrationtovoid. ; will issue to said Lawrence Ryan.-, known herb, spice, and-chojcesffruita.'Mctof I -it--/"
I.s .
XLII ad from our acquisition of Mexican would be to them. Their only hope of electing a a. collision in the streets of,.Paris. ;M. Witness my name an A.the seal ofthis
., ,pte, + i Ito hesitate in giving their adhesionJobations. their mongrel ticket is based upon anticipated Thiers is reported as not unlikely to supplant [.:al ;nr" Lamartine in authority. one thousand eight hundred'andforty.* rt r.ofE .A Mustardj, 'kkles & t.

,. fG11,( Bat if they had looked be- dissentions in the Democratic ranks. Let us d- After a stormy debate in the National Assembly eight.VJLLID ... '' "aoJ'J. .J. -,.! -... .\1./!

.. Irfikseresolutions, and 'In conjunction withgot 1 feat their hopes-let. nt their anticipations decree for preventing tumultuous,assemblies F. CRAB TBEE 1 '_ he<.I,e x can- War. c''' ,

1. the published declarations of General 1 ,-let us present to them an'unbroken in the streets was carried by 487 against Judge of Prob&te Dnval. County. : D ining.a'tnlfb_ !tory of-its 'origin1 tno'if: ,'
to :
.
. fcs himself, we are of opinion they would 1 1courseacting front-let us teach them, that, while we, 82.immediately Several in additional Paris. regiments are. .expected_ JulyS, 1848. 6t : the victories r ,.thetttii'tq; lie urpenderotthVEdward -, cs P itel/ii 21.Jj

i. justification, and met the will not. imitate their example,-of preserving Paris but the Admireistrator'sNonce. I t together' .t iM dl ; ..riL"i/
ice found ample was tranquil, groups of men assembled ., H I D. M nsfieldi'J ,Blu&ri ed, 1 'i .
approbation of their constituents, in sus harmony bj the abandonment of all principle at the Porte St. Denis, and,.the Porte PERSONS ,having.claimsjor.demandaori maps'and ngraTfngS'irtJitf J ,
t&1lest ALL I. published by .i-
1..ex ( the nominations. we are"not so insane as to sacrifice, for a'shadow SU Martin having become .more numerous, on the Eitat\bf Jlfs. Sophia Fletiing, as .S.BANES, ,, CO; 5.I'7ohna '
aiDing the Monday afternoon than hitherto, a strong detachment heirs, creditors, or entitled to listribution, will } r
1(. the doctrine of the Madison Convention, and great and enduring'principleS of our of troops of the line was despatched render'thenr in"withintwO yearay or they -.iP.be Account Books .. as'.

'If if every Southern Democratic Statesman, that political creedV e must not flatter.ourselves to disperse them. As they refused to retire after barred by-law ; Persons indebted to said estate : ; ,jSjaU J>nprJig,&MRICH s' .!

!i habitants of Territories have no right tojjslsteontbe with the hopes of an. easy victory.. We must having been three times summoned to,do. wfll.inake. payment to .. &:LOU L.&):.\ Jliam st ImP9n ? ,f
K me so, the soldiers charged with fixed .. FARQUHARTffiTHUNJVAdm'r.July ." of-Erenc .and English Fancy; and
until work-we must meet we must unit'we bayonets.A ::Sttplt* t..2
subject of slavery, they must '' al 'II'
1" l number of arrested but afterwards Stationeryrot every description: tldaatiiait '
persons were ; 8,1848. 8f' ".
usume the sovereign authority of States5-and I 'fraternize, we must spread information among set at liberty. Ten and dealers in' .Books und Pspe& ..1 ;:

1i that slaveholders have a right to remove to unytmitoI1 the people, and we must rear a barrier of truth The Constitution of France.-The Press Adml.nistrator's Notice of all kindsjG6ld Pens, Lettetf Copying-Piesa i. ti

of the United States, with their projjertjof against the flood of falsehood which will delugethe states that the Commission on the Constitutionhas XLL':PERSONS interested in;'the Estate of sea,SealJeress Manifold 'lYti' Domestio ii'
decided the are Stationery, ofeTery,varie y/aml' all,other '
Jf.r following important points :. late Joshua Miller, hereby note ar 3;
kind and enjoy it there unmo- land. The party we have to encounter is .tic1es.HoldJ \'i'i. ,
whatever The political constitution of France shall be. tied That bnt the Ist'day of Janunry,'1819,.I by StaUontra.Soldby.-usd: : .i ';
k lest-u, in our opinion, the true constitu vigilant, energetic, unscrupulous and merce- a Democratic Republic one and indi"isible.This shallpresent; my accounts and Vouchers'as: Administrator in qantitieatoimtlbe1pnrchasersttii lowOmntry:3Ierchants -<; rti,4 i I

I i tied doctrine, and one which the South will nary. It has staked every thing,-all-character proposition:was adopted unanimously.} ., to" the P9r.Probates in es t'possible Prieea.ni _; '; ras,'t"f. :Jl :,. ":1\
.u. and for jLlachuatfourity;for'b 111al settlement will-pi ease;:to.call and seb '..
hazard if the time should reputation, professed principles cherished
i-
. it ,
- attain every i :
t
and discharge from the further administration l 'U.f.Gooda:!rcely.aboWnr; "P nicSioLr. till ;
a ,urine for asserting it. We cannot agree I friends-all, all-on this last desperate' cast of Mr. Clay's Present Position.-The announcement of said ;estate;and shall pray '.-'distributionthereof. William atztet. ,t ...'-. -, c ,. ,.3 ?HiPL ,::
the die! and it mill lose we 'made on Saturday, on authority that '' -. .' +\i
I ,the Central Committee in deeming if atund political -- If there be JOSIAH SECKINGEB. Adm'r.' : H 'M lNl.1t; '1. ''l11rJJ 'f.r) .
could not be otherwise than correct is being ', ., L i.rJ.-i',
-a false issue." The fact that the Territories truth,honor, consistency or pride in the American corroborated ,by similar statements that .are Newnansville. July.is,,1848.. ," Crii.t-. rndiafjltubber'_ 'Goods_ ..f!

of New Mexico and California, acquired people it must lose,-its mongrel ticket reaching us from various directions. That Mr. HpftfBrAN' nwriufaclurer; ndaealerVall ; :r (

f treaty with Mexico, are not suited must fail ; and it will be once more reduced to Clay will support General Taylor for the'Prfsi- DR.AMBLER is noifon kinds IW/ r bf ..IriaiaRuTb' .bo4iAJNeV.TflrJ_ 'r- f it'i'itk,
tjthelate DENT visit to St. August If fibber .Tkr---M "i ''*
>Warehouse
have the 'doubt -, r
dency we not slightest but that 1J1 r.
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ST ., :
II tojlife labor, and are already occupied by apopulation the necessity of adopting another new name- he entertained and openly expressed himself a S tine and will'return to Lan' tidfU N Sau st'. .I : n, l'.I .,
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8 adverse to the institution of slavery of undergoing a new baptism, and assuming anew greatly surprised with the inconsistency th e Jacksonville about:the 1st of July arid remain : .j. <; A .a" .. I

.,- -!! the inference thence drawn that this mask before it can make its next appearance Whig National Convention) is too well known then abo ut"two weeks;'after'which' he intendsto ::. "- !' .mr'ff'. AgXlfnl. \ i r ati. 'il1, I n
r importance the to his'friends in this as well as other cities to bedoubted spend two or three'months;in'th: upper portion MOQRE'S I PBEMrm.t.ELOrlUH.i. ;Q a .J] !t L
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at present no practical on political stage $ 1jf dU'er-
Persons '
1aestionpossesses of Geo.rSis. 'Riahingthlss ices : = 7; .
e moment. Mr. : ,
for a Greely of the New eat Sub..soi ,
,. patters. douhl
n -does not, by any means, take away Florida: expects every man to do his duty !" York Tribune has, it is said j received letter will therefore please call early. in. July, ; a1Yooti' t .threefnt'rMr oughs,, cultivators mopld,rq And tif
shy
I from the South the rights which she claims, Our young State is about to cast her maiden from him in which he uses most decided lan Hotel.' : etMiiriiid 'rl l J}Mlfe% t .', corn mi11 :I "':;
lr 'tJ .
d aader our constitutional compact and which vote for a Chief Magistrate of the Union.. For guage ,with regard,to the convention, but expresses June 24th,1648.., -.. : : eoliand'In8M grain mins-lorte, powers.', I... J .

,t the on never surrender. the first time she is a'bout"to mingle with her his'determination not to interfere withor .... ',' -f achinwit'h'' a "gehfeir assortmenfof ;;.:.,,.,ilfI... i'\
. advise his friends to what it would L i' '
course TO,SOUTHERN 111EIICIIAl Agric 'Itoiplementiy Also:Bra.ih4 J +
. 'To prove that General Cass is sound to the sister States in the performance this important .i .? c.'y .
be most advisable, for them to pursue.This: .Iron Wire. 1 "* l t > K *"
core on this subject, it is only necessary to make duty. Her fa.te.Is in the hands of her own letter is a private'one and great efforts are being NEW YORK WHOLESALEHOUSES.;: ,' ;. : : 'JOmiaOREj'i. F 'atr Je fAlC rat? S

tie following extract from his letter to Mr.McliolsonjOf 'sons. If we would 'preserve her honor unspottedher made by his friends' in New York to obtain _: .. .,.!lrD' b. ,l.V. ..:., '
jII his consent to allow'it to be published. The undersigned MERCHANTS; MiwACTti- .,- .
Nashville dated 24th December purity undefiled-her Snuf'.and. 1 &Ji \1i' > ,.<
obacco.
principles un- seas, IMPORTERS, arid'WHOLESALE DEALERS, re T "' .- *... j.. j .ja--,;.*;cv'' ";I".r
IIII 1S4""Brirflv:- contaminated Igt us unite every exertion to now prepared with FULL 'STOCKS-of :all P.ETER".LORILLARD.1 Snuff and Toh -"!'":,'
Surveillance ence.-tt is ccoUmt'l
notorious
of COTTtspon a -

3 t then, I am opposed to the exercise of snatch her from the threatened embrace of the fact that both in Venezuela and Hayti, the larly Goods suited,in their to the respective'particn wants of Southern Merchants.The ..sale ufacturcrj No.. 42 Chatham. o street, -.., .tot tl

atx/ jurisdiction by Congress over this matte: political monster, engendered between Southern letters of American merchants are tampered and lUa Mb 4 'p,aRrta'
varied assortment which the Y'Sntiir.rose:1bvored. tk -It'
- (j/omy); and I m/l ill favor of leaving it to the Whi geryand.NorthernAbolitionism with by the Government officials, to such a degree large v.hR' ( ) I''F- ..;="j. .
YORK market affords to AlaaiiI '
.NEW .
a purchasers : eatlemen #
poplt of territory, which. be hereafter ac- that no dares correct 'statements presents "- '. "i/I.. .'
any way one give j .t\ .
We therefore recommend to the various County a choice selection Scotph'and otherSnuffs; .
1 sired, the right to regulate it jor themseluet, un- of the state of affairs, except at the risk of being a superior opportunity cut : .f' i ;i: 1f
favorable the least Als6i fine rind .
,and'on terms ns to chewing smoking'Tabgao.
lilt gCRral principles of the Constitution. Bttoae Committees to obtain an expression of the imprisoned or shot. Both the letters, ,from say' -And.every"article; :t. ti"'I;
s other market. InhisLlineof'then TerVBe .
as 4
any t
public feeling, by meetings either of their respective American merchants to their correspondents Orderb. t
. Merchants are assured of our determinationto rictually attendeo tol anU
'p h
"1. I do not s& in the Constitution there and the letters for this broken Inp'i'ice
any grant counties or of precincts as they shall country are if both old and new customers current sent
.please, possible, .. bvjr.aadreasirigas iixjTB.Lafayejlte : J
tfthf.rcjuifite porcerin Congress; and 1 am not open and read, for the purpose of findingglfounds -. ". '.. 1.J
) most advisable. who are respectfully invited to examine onr >.IN .-, J ,".'
disposed to extend doubtful precedent beyond its judge for the"arrest of parties. Such_ proceedings .. ..".I ...
JI
Prices. ,
several Stocks and 7
, *teessity-the establishment of Territorial Gottrn- Respectfully} your ob't sere, ,should be remonstrated against by the New York Feb..1 18!8. Burr Mill Stone:ManuFactpry. ,g\.
,
s' when needed hating nith the inhabitants'ell JOHN BROWABD, American Government. So states the .Boston Has been established a>240. Washington stee t, bt)!
the rights eompatiljk with the relations they Traveller of Tuesday. more than 25yeajs French Burrs .
Holland
1 tear to the Confedtration. CHARLES BYRNE_ The New York Sun makes the same charge Kiggins & Kellogg,. arid Esbpus-Mill Stones Mfll:Iro is y. )4;
Bolt'tn
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BLANK BOOK MANCFACTUREBS and :(\,
2. Btcavse I believe this measure, (the WilmotPromo. JOHN HOLMES.I against the authorities of Cuba which,. however jTholesale Cloths, &c. WM. TrA.C, .
- Dealers in School Books and __ 1
Stationery.
the Herald denies professedly the authority 1 tfj
) if adopted would rriaktn, if not impair, 11 .
r e tile Union of the States; andrclfld son the seeds of the American Consul for the port of No. 10 John street. .Lamps ,., 'Lamps' 'jf f ; .' ."T t E,t
ffuture discord wish nould LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ncuvitas. "ur
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Harness and Coach Hardware
lit, Saddlery DOTTOTot.f
c* abundant harscst of calamity? ,
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I BY': THE BEITTANIA. (No. 3.) TAIN CAMFHENE LAMPS They are"superior '
The general principles of the Constitution," lREt.A\iD.-The Repeal Association nnd Irish to aH others. Manufactured by J.' 0. FAT :.h-.l 1
TESTIMONY OF TUB DOCTORS IN W. J. BUCK;! Extensive"lfunufaeturerandImporter 134 & 136 Fulton .' f
to which Mr. Cass fraternized. sfireet. Sj *i_ f
leaves the of Confederation have at last A new -
subject slavery5n ,
FAVOR OF WISTAR'S BALSAM OF for the supply of large denIers 209 Also
a complete assortment 'cf Solar
the Territories, do not permit Territorial Society to be composed of the members of both WILD CHERRY. Pearl street.Daguerreotype. .Chandeliers Lamps. .tr mt }.
of these bodies is to be formed. It is to nssume Gir-andoles-Wicks &&,at lowest i
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ato legislatures to meddle at all with the subject. I the style and title of the IRISH LEAGUE. It is EXETER, Maine, Sept. 30, 1845. p rice,-wholesale.and retail -. / -:,.
Al donut he ?!This certifies that I have recommended the Apparatuses:Likenesses. .1! ,
see "
says, 'in the Constitution to be managed by a committee chosen from the .. r ...
;11 gnat of the requisite to Congress members of the lute Societies, and to.agitate use of DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD W. & W. .H. LEWIS, 42 Chatham"street', opposite rat,t urers'\ Supply. 'Stored : .l.rlJan
5e power CHERRY for diseases of the for.: t two Chatham Theatre. "I-f,
Lungs .
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:1tr the of Constitutional OSCARSCHENCK& _"
and as the Territorial Governments are the question Repeal by means CO. 132.Water,,corner \i .
trIt nlone. Doubts nre entertained by many, whether years past, and many bottles to my knowledge v. of Pine's Dealers in'.Cotton 'S I k !. !
mere creatures of Congress, they can of course such materials as the proposed League will have been used by my patients, all with bench Harps. and .Carpei maaufacturefs! ,articlea.Woollen. And. 'it:: r

possess no power not possessed by their creator. work harmoniously for cial-results. In two cases, where it Was thought manufacturers :.vt;.}
'- contain can together J. F. BROWNE, Maker and Importer Grand ,of Weavers Reeds, .Heddles
S Sfcjs is the Sword of the Constitution with any length of -time. The Government has not confirmed consumption had taken place- _'the six,and a half and six Octave Doable and Single Bobbins. Spools. &.. "' ?Tr 1.1.;'t. f. I,
which made move'to reindict Mr. Smith O'Brienand Wild Cherry.effected a cure. Action ''281 These . <'.1 ..
e Gen Cass cuts the Gordian Knot of thebo1itiocbi5Cungress any E. BOYDEN at Exeter. Harpr;; Broadway' Harps ,
- Mr.Meaghen: Sympathy for Mrs.'Mitchell Physician corner. have all the modern improvements of London SUeriR's' .,Sajle. "' ; \, .
1- possesses no constitutiond and her children is still expressed and the funds ,Dr. Bradford Knapp, of Crown Point, N. Y, and Paris at European prices. Harps from B\.virtue_i of awrit.offi..f; ,, issued outcf; .-.c"".41-".. '

power to legislate on the subject of slarj collected in their behalf are daily increasing.The in a letter dated .August'3d. 1845, says:'' "In S200-to'S1000. Harps repaired Strings, &c. ,the Superior Court.; 'for the District? pf East e'"J.'}',,1"1-

} .inthe Territories. The Territorial.Legis- Irish Confederation have issued very strong the coD.l'8e.ofmy practice in this vicinity,_I have J. JP. BROWNE& CO.; .Florida fort a County of Duvai;I will.: Posy :.

.- ***"<* .possess no but what is derived and to SAy the truth, disaffected addresses t ai tested in some good, degree' the good'qualities London and New York Established 1810. to public sale, in front pf,the Court House in the .mI

,- frwa power the people of Ireland. The following .are of Wistart Balsam of Wild Cherry .Pulmo; .Town ackBorivillej".in;saidcannty': ou3hi .

,- egress therefore they cannot legislate among the most important passages*. The address n Complaints s arid'I now wish to procure. -a r. 'Glotfijfig? : '* second Mri"-.. J'ulnex betweeetitk... "'l' f't... : :.

tit satjectofslaverJp is signed by Mr. Smith.O'Brien : supply of. the medicine. ..' DEVEtlN'S Wholesale, :and1 .Retail Clothing j hoursofsaleon. tkat* day""ascertain negro' "female ";'\'. ".f'f"

"Democratic the Union "We will not conceal from the Government ./Warehouse, 33 John street;corner of NaasaoAn elavet'taled Cliloe, .dh"er child Gebrgel'taken t .i.. l.t.l.fl.-J
party throughout I '
it Proud that nothing but the most strenuaai exertions. Dr. A. Macnair, of Tarboro, North Caroli-I :/ 'immense stock'of seasonable;clothing always -, in execution as''the prophty'oryos" .Lan- .
a wit has just cause to be:, fits cued-. pf ,our Council prevented the: outbreak pf an 'writes us under date of Feb. 14, 1847, that "' on hand. caster,to sates f.y'. an"excctrttori In;ifavor of Gould- .i-. '. 5t1

1- The history.and character of Lewis Case insurrection last week. _Thousands of brave aa.he has used DK Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry I IS Banks .Co.; J t. ., THOStLED!A ;f .ter j

"S Jtf8ent ItS with a picture of intellectual" greaU men had resolved that John Mitch ell should not in IDS practice the .hut eighteen,months, and eam'RefinedCand'rLO. Sugar &: June 17,1848..' .' -: : : b .* '.'. .:.Sheriny&cl'. r.. q,..,!, .
1 leave the Irish shores except across their dead of the kind he .f '.fo. ""
it the best preparation 2$5r'GreenFic
which illus- considers R. L. & A. STUART, ; corner '}
forcibly ; ,
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:7&ndmorahub1im \ >
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t J influences of bodies. We* $10.not[mean.to conceal from you 'ever saw,' and. knows of none so deserving the '' of Chambers street, New York, :;offertoz, sale I. NOTIC&- !- t 1l.U. ;, ,
fostering recent offered to the
that the indignities Irish] assortment of'Steam Refined Candy Y'ORDBR's., ..
4 public patronage. a.large ,
.II r. democratic institutions. If we trace thin, nation have greatly tended to remove from our DR Wm. A. Shaw of ,Washington, N. O, Sugar Plums, &.,of a}'snperior'gnality i.also, r j"sau county; will.be sold at the plantation Jt

Sfc the various stages of his bright career,:, minds the hope which we have hitherto desired writesunder date of'Mayl; 1846, as follows : Double Refined Loaf'Crushed anl Ground ?of the eat te,of John:\\VDaB
1-, from the poor, but ndventurous youth. eeking to cherish, that the question at issue betw enEngln.nd' "1 have heard of many cases t/.decided Beneficial ; Sugar,quantities of five packages and_n. .thesecond., of?lay..n eit, the /o n.TluUlda1 i Sl1 f"

.*Mint_ in the andIreland will b'exsettledby amicable effects from its uscy especially" In wards, at as low cash:prices as.any other establishment 'negl'oceY.nbonk2'1.; ..Jrrears. odaughters urid.1 : '
) western wilderness to the bound to u -! I.
feel tell *
pre We
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adjustment. lOa character. House Molasses in old. -* lfl
.eat and chronic, cough spasmodic .tohave Sugar .hogsheads -,
r ...lsatft Vtten ne stands forth ih chosen chamP without disguise, that these indignities and. used the Wild. Cherry great deal In pr&v'J 1 and tierces. .01"ltW. T'O' S ...J !S'

s. *of the great party, to whose principles he wrongs are rapidly bringing us to that period tic e arid with marked good results in those cases .1 ,:I -. J" At. ill .,. ; > '{ ),L.K.vBO '\: g,_...' "

"kdebtedforthe development of his genius ,when,.,n 1, resistance will'becomea sac ed of great nervous mobility, -and' irritability, Wholesale, 'Clothing) ?"Warehouse. jT'VbtfSSTJtEEP'lwfli' 'Malch Atli 1848. ;Administrators' r .
1I the obligation,enforcedby: the highest sanctions ot to which phthisicarpatients are Subject.: 'T e.'combiMtion'or taken the1 fir=s*tory, i7-.The above sale is postponed to1.Thnrsi l.
C: .
elevation of his position,-we will find duty. .,. .. ,: day the 13th day"dt' ; ,
public these principles in Wistart Ba 1- "! 'and it i-noxprepared.:toRhW July xtc. jft. '

.?-??ner as a statesman and a soldier,' at.home "We cannot shrink from the responsibilityof lain of Wild Cherry,is ingenious aridjudiciousustly u64,thThfet'tock. ;' Clothing, iri the ,., g May. 27th,'1848,,..&.3ititvh5&1. j 1 4,, 'I.t .

) 1i iroad-whether in the Senate Chamber. or advising you to prepare at once forthe.d eMedial, men are distrustful of Patent- 'f 'Uni..1 States auitab" h.'.r fo r'tha"'tionther>l' L.d.. I: '--- -" -< -. T,: .'':: 1'1 1" I
tittle fence of your invaded liberties, .by the love Medicines in general but candof.must discriminate dealing'' : ? .
'South.WeT'merchaHtsJ i
t field combatting with undaunted spirit, ,. f ji lQ a y itil\t .I.t: lr'RBBsT
. t&e which yon ben your country and your;kind, between outrageous -humbugs and rio- -' theariticl0 are"inoi :to'can4an; .I;exanunetherstobk ,
r enemies of his country. by your attachment to your homes, by your,regard trnliis'and those' medicine which', have_proved : As'. *' tyle/iindl,>ric .J.- andooinmittalrto'the.7silaof .
regard _
,f*ed we gpeak to So'them'men'of the charand for your children's weal, bp.yonretliifor : rst salutary, and in many well attested'C3se8 curs J-- '>'Ji.ai. *i .III -.1.l. '> ; i' (.DuTalCpunlr/ft.rHinawayriiegroabout; 5 II ..
** Let, factious strife impede chaUenge competiuon.t. JJ,0)l Ju feet 6.btches"in height and stonily/JJuUtis1!! '"
J services of the highsouled,the chlvalJ I- honorable fame. no tive. e tf t.t.. f : > I' 1' :
Learn to.t cured I. says ttJw:; 1141 bas been tried and convicted i ;
'J"C MerJ the execution of your designs. Ur.r Hoffroan,; *>HuntingdonjPa, a e- & Wells .t
banTcs of Raisin
. .tt On the bloody contemplate calmly and firmly the chances (f a 'child'ofAathma with it, after, he declared*he. Fowlers t t. Nassau county-;for enticing. away and harboring ; p t ,

.eter glorious battle of New ,Orleans, as final struggle, and prepare for that straggle by could do no:,more. :with-his medicine,:.and the la NOLdtilsTs.aDPvsrasuasa,3tNasaaa... f i i' L tf.J e a negro slave,belonging toT'fttarWAlbefti, of If+ .1

t 'ell u &t the storming of Monte was furnishing yourselves with,.,all ucii"Tesonrces.iLf'may child must k.* ,. .,j .-t- ,:* : I1 .Jr* a. : theaameoountyc The person,1":). h. f 1
! e kwertof the brave and in each ryiand all- enable you command eaa se."....,*fa ? x.Dt.Freleighi,>Saugerties N.. Y.,says he cured v .S.Scbool; Agency:. x have a legal ( ha5lfDWla said negro will f:

(q. sealed The conviction, Jlitchell has mot.quelled liver ,.Complaint of four ?y Strt. standing, FOB famishing ch, &. Clinton Hall, N a' 'pleasacom4'lorttudPay'charttestsndtake: ni'J
JI With his blood his, devotion to h'st8tly" Circuhirs,furnished on a-.w '.l ,..' ......os.A.. :'.
,,4 the strong spirit er disaffection which prevaijsin that would not yield to the usual remedies. ? 6;Beekman,tteet1;, "ffr"J { .J.o ,: ,ARBVP, s ,
His name is a tower of strength toUe Ireland. Tbeexcitement"efe8Ledtjb1h is, ,'.,,Abraham';Ski llrnanm}DY oft Bonndbraok,: apBlicatloiL3fiLlBtter inustbe post ptt m," 1 s j lltt JtO tm.tun-J.: "ttJaiIor,Dua.l J; \ *. f "

Democratic ticket ant is hailed with ehtlw- trial sentence and deportation* hw becnseued I N. Jsaya 'it is the best medicine,for consutop-.. 1 %l .> % GiWILCQXj. 'P>;pne'or. t ;..:. JeakaottTiUyMap.t #J'dT'1"tri : ..tJ.tniJ.JIa ,i';

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F : "A' : 'JM" : .oR" E' E""D" SOUTHERNERS'TO ., ._ ;; knoTrledria.... tTl
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be offered for sale at public outcry $ARSAPAflILLA1 inending .
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\: L: CITIZENS SOUTHC.dRo: f ; \ II c. ,- ; ,
.. ,. T in front of the Court House in the town HAS constantly on. hD.DdweU; assorted ; ; ;M. D. MOORE : .
; bottles--it is ;c r.ofGftiul ict 6.
This Extract isputjUp ;
',.! .' of r>- f LINA&QEORQIA; ALABAMA.SISSIPfl : Ml : yi)qyart .
'.:,1 :. .f Newnansville in said,county on Monday the I.,r' TENrfES8EE FLdaW4 "six:time,cheaper, plealnihterj and jrarranted sq- Albany;AUg"1844.1 \% ; o' -\
14th day bf next within the hours Groceries Provisions .> ; : .
August legal
DryGoods perjdrfoxfafy3sold; Ili'cures disoues'without To MOTHERS
-LOUISIANAfa ; dND:1JI.dBBlED iiiJ
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of sale : ;:
sufficient of the undivided in
a
.1f ;.1 portion ME to'call attention to .of v2jjJurgingkkeiiT; or debilitating the patient 'l'hisExtract.otSaraMMUah&ll"--
Hardware one I "
:*; .... .. terest of the foll6wing named persons in and to ; Crockery,;-&c, viz.; ALLOW your is for .
and most useful medicinesever ;and particularly Adapted. a j ly prvNo .nu IU naertnee'w.ti" '
1e
}t.. 4' certain tract of land known as;the Arredondo ''' ,., -!
Flour'inTbbls bbla p
": Superfine ami ;f discovered. .is not my intention to tax FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The femaleiihohing 'h' '" .0pr
":-.: Grant) satisfy and pay the taxes due thereon Pilot Bread and Butter Crackers this Sarsaparilla that.'mtia1 erib6Jhl .
L4 Sugar you with' a long and ;tiresome advertisement, great ,beauty a d"B1!superiority! a : &11-
: ;,, for.the State and county, for the year 1847., Hams Bacon Pork F M Beef Pickled all other remedies is it should
Tongues era
; but I lay before you the'.testimony of,the most over : neglect taj& II i Ia; 'J
: : and all cost and charges for the advertising ana. Mackerel Codfish Salt Rice dicates disease it In'vigoratesthe I .ventlve-for. of
'; ,. ; respectable families in the United States, most ; any the DumnoUi
''..'t t -;' Bale thereof, to wit: Dloodt Goshen Butler, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, of my certificates are from the city,of Savannah, body, consumption cured, I diseases to which' females"'are Abject aM 1 ,j
': The undivided interest of .
portion I
'jt" or Irish Potatoes; where I reside, and many from your:own State, cleanse and strengthen, time of 1if This'period'may'.be :
: and Thos. Tilleston. dt1aet
," ::.; good Sperm Oil, Candles; where the.Medicine is used with great and as- consumption can be' cured, '1 several years by using this mejj.

\0 :1.. TheIntercstofCharlesLJvisp Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; tonishing success; it has.proved itself to be superior bronochitis, consumption,' liver complaint, lees valuable for:,those who 'aJe'I' }fOf" .;
.:ft-- The interest of Noah Jarvis .
- = Muscovado Sugar, NO Molasses;' to any other;Medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma spit womanhood,.as: it.is calculated to iaIiit

\, :,. ."':,;: The The interest interest Alexander Jeromus Johnson.Muir. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed,'and PulverisedSugar Fever and Ague, which it will,do in the very ting of blood,soreness in the chest,' b.r.quckeDlngthe: blood dintJ .

$ ,," ; short space of Twelve Hours, it has never been hectic, flush, night sweats,difficult system. Indeed,this mediClDei mv '"
t; :- The interest of Mordecai Myers. the Brandy, Rum, pin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to, fail to effect a certain cure. The or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which Women "I,
The interest of Mordecai M. Noah for
; ::4it : ; Medicirie is a harmless and a tasteless one, and pain'intheside&c It braces the whole.system, re are.nijec i (.
and
; :' years 1846 47. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and ChampagneWine which will make it the most popular Medicinein entl1 the natural, energieby
The interest of Ichabod Prall.
,., 'L :' ; the Southern States. The ,Medicine con- have and impurities of the.b d.-.n: 1o teo far;;:Oli.
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tht A
: The interest of Aaron Peck for
.;: years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. tains no mineral preparation whatever, but is a caD be the system as produce a'subsecn, .
'
.: .. 1846 and 47. :"A'Complete Assortment'of Dry Goods tion ;which is
harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters, cured. the case of most t
q .:: The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, .Ginghams, Muslins,, Bonnet and Taffeta this Medicine is a .valuable preparation, as it Probably there never was a remedy'that has for female,weakness and disease.medieh1.'d., _,

.., ; The interest of John N. Sayer. Ribbons; Cures all cases in ,twelve hours,* and does not been so successful in desperate cases,of consumption DISEASE OF THE r .
-The interest of John M. Seaman. .HE.4Bri:
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'... ': Sheetings' and Shirting(bl ach'd and unbleach'dIrish ; require any time to be lost; all that is to be as this; cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND DROpy "--,
The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor for : 'o:1:
*-"? Linen, Diaper] Bishops and Long Lawn; done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. system. and ,appearsto heal the ulcersvon the NEW Yoar 'Jul J1

,. 4+ t-..:. the years 1846 and 47. Cambrics, Jaconet. wiss,and cross bar Muslins; To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine: lungs, and the patients'gradually regain their 'DB. TOWNSZWI> Dfcr' Sir: ; 1S41/
: ThoPnfor 1846 Mlj.'W
The of Wm.
;.t: interest theyean Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders as it does not contain'any. mercurial or mineral usual health and strength. been afflicted.'with.a, dlSel8e'9t. II;

it. 4r and 47. Tickings,'Linen and:Cotton OSJ aburg; preparation whatever and is therefore a safe with a terrible II(
... CURIOUS 'CASE OF CONSUMPTION. rupture for ovj .
: The interest of John K. Townsend.The .- '
Wine white and brown Linen Drill for
pants
Medicine those who are liable to the greater of the
t interest of Israel Foote. exposure.I There is scarcely a day passes but there area part ,
; : &&, &&,'&0. beg do not let me have to tax so troubled with shortness of bmiXfe1
.I1t' Ihe interest of Jesse Delano. ;you, .you number,of cases, Consumption reported as
; Umbrellas Silk and Cotton in steel
Gingham ,
often with advertisements certificates &cl It tering ofth hear iihich.lua.JS
cured the of Dr.Townsend's ; e ,
use Sarsaparillx
the by
) The' interest of Barnabas Osburn for
)f. :. _... 1846,and'47. and whale bone frames; has already proved itself to be what I say it is, The following was recently received: tressing, and has f W ue_ Jl'\\ST-
( :, years Hardware & Cutlery,-Knives, Scissors, RazorsNails ; and the is is leave her bed. The
body recom-
proof
greatest '
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every ??
DRI TOWNSEITD-Dear'Sir: For the last ruptufr j
'The the .
of John Rodman for '
;.; ; : interest ? years Hinges Butts Knives and Forks Spoons
-f' mending it to be the 'only certain and speedycure three I.have been afflicted with ] and severe She'tried almost everyreL '
'. 1846 and 47 years genera
*.. Tea, Trays; for the Fever and Ague; All have todoi such-cases. with but little t
you benefit .wie/
and the last :
: -' The interest of Thomas Dexter as marked onthe debility, ,nervous consumption of ; : :.
: Collins Axes Hammers, Hatchets Saws ;
; to ask neighbor what he thinks ofHumphreys' had ,taken but.t
your and did to health ree ,bottles.of -
of said Grant owner not known for Halter Kettles stage, not expect ever gain my you t1
map! Carriage Wrenches Chains Pots
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: Remedy for Fever and Ague and medicine she S*
all. After of medicine I was entirely relieved
at *,
the 1846 and 47. going through a course : f.e \:
;i.; years &c., &c.r; of course, to be convinced,.you will try it, at under the of oCthe most distinguished of the heart, and ihe rupture'htireljdispeiied. 'abaJTSi
The interest f for the care some -
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I. s > Henry Dudley, years A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. '
.. : least I hope so. Here is my offer to any.Planter .
., :'d" 1846 and'47. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. regular physicians and members; of the 4t -
... of South Carolina who will either call on Doct She has also had 44
of Health New and elsewhere the dropsy .
Board in .
.f! THOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots SShoesMen's Women's and Children'sBoots York and,:
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P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in' much swollen. We had
and the most 'of in attempting .no idea
.. "j .and.Ex-officio Tax Collector, and Shoes,.of all kinds.A spending my earnings tha'lhtt
the of avannah and either ofus will be
city give benefited
so she had
for Alachua county. to regain my health and after read- as such a c
: variety of Fancy Articles,'Perfumery. Medicines ,
I for and if it does
6m enough twelve cases, not cure ing in some of Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has,as strange ..
:; .. February 19, 1848 &c.Jacksonville. ten out of the twelve will refund the amount paper your I' ? ,...
we pear relieved her of the
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p. to try it. After using six bottles I found it dropsy. 11JD'nftt
( ,April 15,1848.WAREHOUSE 11 paid for it. You to see the Medicine takenas that this
I In Circuit Court are and called statement is so
I : done me great. good, to see yon at strange II to appetf
: EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I have directed. your office ; with your advice I kept:on. and do almost like fiction, but it is, fleYeflheI sa
OF
J : '," COUNTY OF DOVAL: IN CHANCERY. I Iw' Owing to the heavy rains during the past mostheaitilythankyou for your advice.; I per- reality. Tour Sarsaparilla: is certain! 1.JS

; .' Anna Morley, ) PRINTSONL1.No. summer, and which still continue, all the lowlands u ble medicine and shonld
severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been 'used ti1'
:; .. vs. { Bill for Divorce are under water,which will cause a great one that is suffering, have
i. 1 able to attend to my usual labors for:the last we t been.: ,Batt
,. l. deal of this disease the Rice Plantations it
: John Mprley. ) 56 Cedar Street New York. on : four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at Ubctiit
I I":t' r appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, will be to your advantage to procure a certain and Sareaparilla to continue health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demonstrtfei;
.. affidavit filed that the Defendant in the and speedy remedy can do so by applying your : my ','
; "r" by ; you helped me beyond the expectations of alT that Yours respectfully : 'A
.. :: >. above entitled cause resides out of the State of LmmJJ JU1N JLmmJJ to either of 'my Agents or myself. Ask for knew case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WlLLfA1I'TOwsKa 1 JameHi

;:.r Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange my ,'Esse'x Co.N.. Aug. 2 1847. .

,:" .; Court; therefore, On motion of said Complainant the FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE AGUE. DYSPEPSY.
I .
; Occupy spacious State of Nero Jersey Essex County ss.-Chas.
.. .. :".. ., by James W.Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, ;No. 56> CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLEof The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly 'sworn, according, law on No fluid or medidine has ever been 1 '

:: : : It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear named gentlemen, who are the only agents for cd which
.: which is devoted to the exhibition and sale his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is BO nearly resembles the gastriejnjei
4 : and the Bill of Complaint of said Com the sale otthe'GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY whereit
t answer of the Single Article of ,' true according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengtiietai
.) '. : plainantwithin four months, or the same will ,will be found either at wholesale or retail. the
organs'of digestion this
belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. as
.- 1. PRINTED CALICOES.Their prepartjj tI
: = fee.taken as confessed against him. Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Sarsaparilla.
Sworn and subscribed before at positively cures,
me Orange
'r I It isfurtfor Ordered That a of this Order Stock consists fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount eTcrjemtf
copy present of nearly the 2d 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN dyspepsia, howeversevere or chro ic. "i "
f" :., .' duly certified by the Clerk of this Court made to Planters &c the dozen. AddressW. August, } .
t One Thousand Packages, ,by ,Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPART tEN; ALBANY, May 10, !SQ\\
": : be.published in some Newspaper printed within some' THOUSANDS of different HUMPHREYS Jr
f. ... Embracing D& TOWKSENP-Sir: 1 have been iI..
the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively and Wholesale and retail dealer in '
patterns and colorings comprising Dugs for several
o every ,TWO CHILDREN 84 YED. years with digpepsia in ft*,.,.
t o 4 ., .-:. for four months.DOUGLAS thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN. and Medicines. Chemicals. ,.Perfumery:: &c.tSAVANNAH Very few families indeed-in .fa t we' haTe form,attended with sourness of,stonacL-M.
THO. Judge. GA. '
DOMESTIC.All I
: appetite extreme heartburn and
not heard of one--that used Dr.'Townsend'sSarsapanilla spg
r ::. .I OSCAR HART Clerk of said Court dohereby which offered for sale
are for cash or in time.lost the aversion to all kin-Is of food and forSrtili
I' the above to be true of an theLOWEdTPRICS THE OLD PALMETTO any'children past ,
a STATE.A
certify copy .
; satisfactory credit, at {what I could eat) 1 have been bl
summer, while those that did not sickened and uoa ntab
: Order record in said entitled -
made and entered of '
: : by the VOICE FROM 'SOUTH CAROLINA. but a small
portiun'on stomach.
died.
below
The certificate is
my IUiecl.\l.
we publish conclusive
t '. ';.. MsrchA.D.cause in said Court, on the 28th day of PIECE OR PACKAGE. SOUTHERNERS following is from,my evidence of its value, and: is only another usual remedies, 'but they had but litU.''''

: IN WITNESS 1848. WHEREOF I hereunto set New Styles are received almost every day, ,, S. Farr, of Graham* instance of its saving the lives'of children: effect in removing the complaint.) I.wai hida.

.. and many of them are got up for our own sales, villeS.C. DB. TOWNSESD-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two months since, to try jotrrExtrwi
hand and affix the seal of said
[u i.J]
:.' *.,''.., my and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer Sarsaparilla and must soy with littlt q*

: :-. Court.' OSCAR HART, Clerk.. 17' Printed lists of prices, corrected from' Sir: I hand to you the certificate: of Mr. E. C. complaint and dysentery one. was only 15: I fidence ; but after using nearly twobotIe ..1

; ..;.. "---April--- 1,1848. 4m day to day, with every variation in the market, I. Watts,.,in favor' of your Remedy for,Fever' and ,months old; and the other '3 years. They were I: found n'yappetiterestored and ,he.l1e2xtb1 .

": '. '.. : D val Militia Claimants. are placed in the hands of buyers. Ague; he.is. a man of integrity, and his testimony Vr1much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, and would rtl'is.

-.' :: tJlI B non-tmmissioned.officers and privates Merchants will be able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. die; they;were given up _by.,two respectable I commend the use of it to those who'hire_

.: ': '. "' .L in Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- the extent and variety of our assortment,when Yours respectfully physicians., When the,doctor, informed us that afflicted as I have been., ;Youzs.&c CiVJ

.' "."I' : p.i sFloridaMouutedMilitiaforserviceintheii. ,WjQ state.,, that the value of .our. usual stock of THOS. J. S. FARR. we must losethemi: we resolved: : to try .yourSarsapanilla We'W VAN ZANDJu

'.b years 1838-9,who have not yet signed the neces this ONE'ARTICLE, is at least twice the'Value of Grahamville, 8.C., Sept.,18th, 1S ,1.. I we'Had heard much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but such as have irm.pers .

.; .. :#; saypap rs: ,relating to their claimsin, the hands the entire stock of dry goods usually,kept by Mn W:Humphreys, Jr, I little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised that hide;: the bottle completely and kin

j '.. .;' of the undersignedare requested to do so without our largest wholesale jobbers This fact to- Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used that; is worthless;Jbut, 'we ar.ve.ry the written signature of S.P. TOWNSESD.

(t ", delay. The papers to be signed.are left with gether with the fact that our means and} our your Fever andAgue Remedy with. success. I. ,thankful that we did, for it .undoubtedly saved Principal Office,.126 Fulton-st.SIIJJBmJ r.

1 .' CoL Pons, at the Post Office,-or'may be signed attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained a :supply of it from')Ir. T.J., S. Parr, the lives of both. write'this that others may, Ni Y.; Redding & co.8 State-st, Boston r.I>,!*

1, : ., at. my office. GREGORY YALE,' variety articles,' 'are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administeretl it be induced to use it Yours, respectfully, & sous, 132 North Second-st.: Philadelpiu;

.. '''; Agent Duval companies. will render the advantages which we can offerto to my daughter, according. to directions and I JOHN WILSON, Jr. 'S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Durol &:'a.
'
: !;:': -:: Jacksonville, March 4, 1S48. tf dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left lien in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sep l5, 1847. .Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Charleston;iYi1! &

-A our care that none who visit our establishment. the course,of thirty- T. hours,andher present &co. 151 thartres-6t. New Orleans: IWSooti. J

: j.: .:... Pickles Preserves, Fruits. &c. shall meet.with any disappointment. state of health indicates a certain cure. LUNATIC A YSL UM. Pearl-st. Albany; R.Van.Buckirk, 292 uct .ff ]

:j I. MIXED PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, Our assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistantsin Market and Broad-sts. Newark, N.J., 4 br .,
: the Lunatic Blackwell's Island is the
;', : Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, the LEE JUDSON & LEE. Grahamville, S. C, Sept. 14th, 1847..AGENTS. Ay si am, principal Druggists and Merchants genifly t
i'.. ..' Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans; Preserved year. gentleman. spoken of in the following letter: throughout the United States West IndiesV
F. LEE
I.. P. S.-B. formerly of the firm of RHEUMATISM. ,
.I ..; : Ginger, Cranberry-Jam and Jelly, Cocoa Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original .-P. M. Cohen & Co. Charleston.S. the Canadas. A. M. REED, Agent U 1f 1t
This is
of than four thousandcases
; Paste, Chocolate, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, firm of Lee & Brewster from which connection C. ; T. J.-S. Farr GrahamviUe, S. C.,; W. A. only one more Jacksonville, Ftowi
> ,
I of rheumatism that Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla
Yeast Powders Soda and Seidlitz do. """
: '
Carswell Savannah, .Ga. A.. McLane &' Co. February 26 1848. .-
.T For sale A M. REED. he withdrew some'time! ago, \has resum- ; has cured-The most severe andchrome lyhOLMES
:
., ; by ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, I J,
-- ,' ;: cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -
.' AprIll5,1848. Judson, and assures his friends that the new Ga; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin{ Ga.; P. A.Noise, virtues I
: ; shall have the LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus ; & C
; GARDEN SEEDS- concern same pre-eminence in BLACKwELL'S ISLAND
; 1 o" T'HORBURN'S A. M. REED. this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished Ga. ;W. Root, Marietta.,Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND Dear Sir: St'pt.14)I have suffered 1847. 1\tTESSRS. HOLMES & CO., ,haYe' CI

f";', April 15>, 1848. the other two houses to whieh he be Tenn.; ,W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. :. terribly for nine with the rheumatism .LYI their stock of Merchandiie to

'". longed. June 25>, 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodull, years ; building formerly occupied by the United (1
considerable of the time I could not eat, sleep
Ie ..:-. '. To the Clerks of the Circuit Court Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R. known as the Government Building. 1I
work I had the most and
or distressing pains
.. '.. AND THE SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL INVALUABLE Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A.' Burch, Hawkins- limbs; I have,used have added to their stock, by the late
were terribly''swoUen
'* !;-; ; COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT ville, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.;', Cole; my from New York full I\Ssortment.otl>
FAMILY : four bottles of Sarsaparilla and they have
,
COMPANION., Prescott & Co. Black Creek Florida your
LightfooU
OF FLORIDA- ; Groceries Hardware
.f : Provisions &
: done than thousand dollars worthof :
I::". : .AM now having a large number of Blanks SIX Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders,Macon ; P.MartinSavannah ; Cunningham -; me more much one better. Indeed I which they are prepared to sell at

\ j "; I" printed for my office, and knowing the difficulties of Consumption Asthma, Diseases of theHeart &, Co., Dalton, Ga. ; i.lI.&W. S. Ellis, good-I am 80 am prices. 1.'C
entirely relieved. You are at' liberty to use
:'. with which you cannot but meet in get. and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 29! Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisb ro, Ga.;; Wm. this for the benefit of the afflicted. They are now prepared to purchase CHIdes :

I .. '. 5' ting supplied with Blanks properly printed I engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75> cents.- Hodges, Sandersville; R.T. Floyd; Mic nopy, Yours JAMES CUMMINGS. I and other produce of the countl11 .jt

..;: here offer you my services iu arranging; the Mail to any part-postage 9% cts. Florida ; F. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida ; respectfully, highest Market rates and make cash ac1

I t.::. form of any Blanks for all who may desire to Shoulder' Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Bally, Laurensville, S. C. COULD NOT WALK on consignments their friends in &

} :. ',.. supply themselves. They are printed at the Mail to any part, 50> cts. postage. Inhaling For sale wholesale and retail by That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very and Charleston, or New: York.

- 4.....V-':::: office of "The News" with a neatness and taste Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage.. Abdominal F.: A. POULLEN, Agent for.Jacksonville. best remedy for female complaints there is They have'a new article of '\\* ,

e:; which I have never hitherto seen equalled,and Supporters, perfect, $3 to'$10, for all A liberal discount by the dozen. no' 'disputing; thousands and thousands of Ploughs to'which they would 6

- : # at a rate which is at once re.a.sonable'and liber- Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb, October 8th, 1847.TTPE .- weak and debilitated fem les that were prostrated the attention of Planters. .

,. : al. I do not mean by this, that they will be and Weak Back and Chest; sent by express FOUNDRY by those diseases to which females are Jacksonville, Nov_ 1846.. tf .

4" s : printed on the credit system. On the, contra everywhere. ,For Braces or' Supporters,, or subject were,soon in ''the enjoyment, of robust -
Gold '
59
I ry, I am expressly instructed that this, though Rupture Supporters, give height from head to corner: dr.Ann street, N..Y ork. health. FORWARD & ;

'4. .: anciently esteemed a part of the Common Law foot, and circumference of person next the surface THE subscribers have taken the Type'Foun New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. !

of Printing Offices,'has been superseded by ,just above the hips., If Rupture, mention and will continue the business lately .DR.'.TOWHSEND -Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOBSf T

c special statute interdicting it. The forms for which side. Agents wanted for the sale of the conducted.by Robert Taylor.. They will attend the last'year: been very 'sick, and in a. greatly Wn.u: practice in the several Courts 1

21 ... the Clerks shall'be of the best style; .simple, above goods. Address Dr. S..8. FITCH, 707 to all orders they may, receive wi h:punctuality reduced state of health, being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of "" ,

; L: : neat and' properi and those for the Sheriffs, Broadway, New York,post paid. and dispatch. All the' Type'manufactured by variety complaints such as females are liableto WM A.. FORWARD, Augustine* i

::: Ft4 whenever copies are required to be served, I April'1,.1848. .' ly them willbe'HanclCast, ; and they; will, furnish ,;' she got so bad length that she was entirely LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville., I

j "1 wilhoa.rrange'as to save much time, and pains !all kinds of Printers' Materiah, of the best q al.it7. unable to walk,and was as.helpless: a.child; 1I

'I- % effillingup by writing. OSCAR HART. Fifty Dollars' Reward, MrJ.. A.,T. Overend.Is: : still ,employed in \ she commenced! '.using your Sarsaparilla, and WM. F. CRABTREE, 1

: ;A Jacksonville April .l9, 1848. tf a 'WILL '.BE GIVEN BY'THE' superintending the manufacturing department.f she immediately. began to retrain her strength ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT
-- --
: .A a a Executor's Notice.- 4 undersigned for the apprehen?, of newspapers,who have not 'ad- complaints, left her, and after taking several. J- ack801im/le';;:, ',

MONTHS after date shall apply to the (?h sion and: safe.delivery into,the vertised for the subscribers, who may publish : ,bottles she is restored. ,Being a singular .' Wiu. attend to aDV business nt :}

.' ofProbate Dural. for -L.S Duval County Jail, of the following __. this'notice'for three months,Trill.be entitled to case I'thought might do'good,to publish it.She .-- hands in any; of tKe"C.otirta in'U1e'.E te 1,
.
it county afiaal
Judge from negroes, towit:, Venis, a 'Woman, Hannibal receive pay in type, on purchasing ,five times. used>,a number' of medies :that done nerno cuit'of' Florida.: &'
the
discharge my Executorship. a boy Georgians the amount of their bill for advertising... 'i I'I
a girl andwhat chil good previously. Yours'.respectfullyy '
Estate of James B. Roberts deceased. : '
Sth 1848. WH. B. ROSS Ex'r. dren: the above named'Venis might liave'borned Old Type, taken: in exchange for new at 9 cts. ". .- -' ;JOHNMULLENj; 87 Norfolk-st.. ; : "f'E'L.X, LIVJ! !{$ trt I
: May rlb. .. !
since.she,has been,absent supposed to be two p ."'" 'J-' .,: t
; .a STRAY COW',FOUND.' I or three,and Ellick,'m ohi African man. nTh Type''With' which the."NEWS'" is TO'.THEOREATFEMALEWElclNE. ', TT9RNj I i i'C.t'

:.. ; 'i fct 1 HAVE found and conveyed to my ,I The above fugitive slaves'have',been absent printed, was. cast. at this establishment. .. ,

r--: tit Iti_ cattle pen at my plantation, near, for nearly four years: JOHN!M. ,PONS ,WHITING &, TAYLOR,: .DE.Tchi 'EIID'S, Si .A.rithXIs'asoveieign\ : : .,practice in.all the Courts.of f the'-E
y CI
Mandarin, astray cow-marked: ,with an under I ,Jacksonville, March 25U: i 1848., :6ml Successors to Robert:Taylor. and speedy cure for incipient'consumption, and : '-' 1

1I bti&nti' split. in one ear, and a smooth"crop in February, 19,1848. ,3mNOTICE 'for thegeneral prostration1 of thersystemh6matter :' ;AUGUSTUS$ e. ,.GIL 11.;:

T"H*i the,other? ,and branded''with the letter (X). The CLARK LAWSON, ''whether the'result rof inherent' cane. ,ATTORNEY*,AliD CODKSELLOB 'jA 0I

ir owner' is requested to come forward, pay char- FACTORS AND GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS SIX MONTHS, after date, I shall present my ;or'. causes, produced'if'by irregularity r' ''': IV{illness or Commissioner. of,Deeds.of the 8t'Qnecticut j

; res and take her'away.; JOHN McINTOSH. Savannah, Georgia, tender their servi- and vouchers as'Ado !Dlstrntrlx of accident- :within and for the State of

I', : May 27th, 1848. tf" cC ,.to planter*and: ethers,'and solicit consignments ,the Estate Henry Barnard, Jr.,'late of,Diival : :'Nothing'can! .be:more surprising fthan its Invigorating .' ,, "fJ c sOn1il 1

'b ,on cotton, and.all other kinds of country county deceased_ to the Hon. Judge of Probate ,effects', on thef;human frame.' Per- H '

PERSONS NOTICE.indebted to the Estate of :.pr04 ce. They are:agents: ; for the"celebrated of ,said,',county.tor',final settlement of said: 'eons all weak s and lassitude,1 ff, 'Oc1'takln' it ;. CHARLES,?;; -COOPER,;;

: ALL 'Etowah. Mills, of Cass,county, from 'whom'the1 Estate,' and. shall, at the' Same.teapplyfo.Letters .. at once become robust and full of energy under .CqUNSELLoi iC..Will
.1 ,
Mattair late of Duval ATTORNEY AND .
I '.counteracts the'
county ts influence. It immediately
are :weekly supplied with Flour,1; fresh of Dismission as such'Administratrix '
ground of :
pta, deceased, are requsted to oome forward to Northern ; hervelessness>of the' and'make payment imJnedi te1 -And all and equal, (flour.. They also keep which l all:persons, interested. ,in. said. ,Estate,,are;, : ; ,.. of Florida.s: '' ..'.'.'
: persons -hand desired to cause ot'oomn 1 ss.f.l1 **&*
on,
constantly take t great -
; psnabnrgs and no lee.
yarn I ; ; !J
: ; having demands against said estat 'Jacki* riTi leK F No":26.t"847. 3 aAT
;
in cases ofrso'
are requested frornthe Eatonton;,.H Plahtersi and HENRIETT BARNARD Adm'i w It i will noti he expected' of us.1 ;
:; to present them within the time prescribed Cet1arShoa1 ; J delicate nature to exhibit certificates ofcv 'es pE
manufactories which aOiiYiue'Maiah4 "
they sell at ; 1848.: JtforiNOTICE. : PE PT'
\CHARLEstn :
I f bylaw or they will be forever barred. the manufacturing prices ."', -- -. r. -" performedvbut can assure the afflicted that ,

:. I ISAAC.VAKN.JrAdministrator March ll,1848v, 3m rr.UB hundreds'of cases have ported to us. .ATTOiEL.AND1cOUSELLOa. :; ;

; r. 'with the will .. .. 'I_ .S' WEEKS' afterdate?'I thall'apply to: th.. a'DE.!.TOWMSKKD rMy wire being greatly djs- 'Little-Miver' ."!'lor 'j*J.*,-*,<,. i
n \
n
: Black Creek'May 1848. '. r..ITon. the "
2m
27thj Judge Probates ,
:4 r ( for the thityrfJAlachuatbr tressed by weakness and- general debility,'and Wiu.pr4et r e in the'several.. Courtl
.. .
.. f WM. ,S., LAWTON 1 .' '
; ; ; : ;; -' ; : / w y Letters of: AdminfatratiOnt'on"he.es suffering continually by rpafn ,and:with.other Eastern Circuit of 'FloHdaV DasTaess'eato '

'Nr : NOTICE. FACTOR"AND>> COMMISSION MERCHANT, t4 I te of the late Robert G.-LiTin ton'deceased : difficulties.arid'having known cases where your his care,'will with prompt..

: ;, SIX WEEKS from date "sJWl'app1y the ".:. rws. !t..I.,. r '. / Charleston .8.'C. ; f / V '" -'JAMES: :';iffeDEN. fMay medicine r has,'effected 'great vcures;' and also .A-,--.-' met '

; ; : n.Judg Probate Columbia county/ mRENcEs.EG.Jaudon,"Esq near JaciconaoVG8v.C' i -. 1(11 4,.." _20th1848._. _, *, .. :.?. : 'J" ; .HI.IIi,.. ':''.'!Gwq'r ,_ _>. l hearing It recommended for such cases as Ihavedescribed ., .iOSEPH'' ? W:. ;. :'' :
) .ftridaj'tor'L) tterl-ot! Administration upon the o aonTillet;R .r Go!.'C; J s ,;-I obtained a> bottleofyonr Extract G islj'f.d himself at PiiliT
.M.
EsfcUc Thomas J,Brannen,late of said 6ountyCeased. FuranEs4JChnleiti; S. tg:1 ON0BE8S.ors, G e ntL.pt1tel1t-1.eath Sarsaparilla :and followed the directions you .
C.j Hou. n; aGEEA"V0m0Ni
;i F. &
E.: B. BEANNEN.AUigator I Elmore/CharlestonS.C.>> 14c1aitersdofin. falZantMomccoflootsj: ,1 gav 3neJ:61n a:short period removed her complaints ,

( t June 17th, 1848. I February, 1848 ly .JJj'ASy > A. Mi REED. and restored her to health.:' Being care witb depth J11)iS ,

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