The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: July 15, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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(It first Toyearly advertisers a liberal dir > ; on i i complaints injuri.ordamages, until tht 4 ,
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. aJyf'rtbernenta SATURDAY JflQRIWWG, JULT 15, 1848.AMENDMENT :' .
g7All [NO.4e; ties or daina el
. regular 4IUl'tomeor. By referring eomp !ent prgofti 1
by a ;
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'.. I'03rterlns with the advertisement.ent TO THE BY AUTHORITY each'contracting">' ,--. -' -- same shall have been denied, in violaiioa of the .
. .d\raldVef' not marked with tbe numbe Conttitullen .f the $tnt*' of Florida. liberty to howevcr/remaJning at" laws and of international right. '.
except those ports and ( ;
1 rth'ns required,will be continued until forbid Proposed and agreed to ly the third General As- which the admission places .iff '"' 6th. Any speclaltor.remarkable
, 111 and residence of 8dnaIap:1':
, By the President oftlte United States America.A con/ i
553 daarged olSrs will charged. For all announce- semlJy; subject to the action ofthe next General of snlsmaynot seem convenient.,., ,. "rr \. : that one or the other,p wer may,enjoy from the

1O''jye ol'candidates for ornce. Assembly. ARTICLE 31. In order that' the consuls" 'and1vice foregoing stipulations,are, and ought to be always i '

eat3 for Six Months. I : *10 DO AN ACT to amend, the 12th Clause ofthe 5th PROCLAMATION.. consuls:pf the'two contracting' parties- | understood in:virtue and M in compensa

. One.SDeMorsamlCredHtttt, I : 1000Nol)1 Article of the Constitution of this State so enjoy the'ngh1siprerogatl.ves and immanitiej may .tin of the obligationa'they have Just contract* .,

1ication for Letters Administration .iJ 00 that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall [CONCLUDED FROM OUR; LAST.] which b long tojhem bjr theirpublic charactcr.' cd, and irhich\luiTe'been-Specified IQf* first '$

:a AU religious notices will be inserted gratia- hold their offices for a term of eight years : ARTICLE 2U In order to prevent all kind of. they shall, .before'entering on the exercise of; number of this article. > ,- t,

** communications will instead during good behavior: disorder in' the visiting an examination'of their functions, .exhibit thei commission ofpa? f 'ARTICLE- 30. JTho.present ircaty._of_'ptaet,

>$tTriid admwsable personal. SECTION 1. Be .enacted..by the Seriate"and ships and cargoes of both the contractingporties lent, in due form .to*the'goTen 111ent/to Vhfch- amity, commerce, and"navigation shall Map* f:
'' .s for Job Printing, must be paid on the House of Representatives of the Statc of Floridain on the high seas, they have agreed 'mutually they,are accredited;,and having obtained their. proved and ratified by 'theptejdentfti U. i tt

? All 01 bill the work. General Assembly convened, That the 12th that whenever a national vessel of war, publicor exequaturs., they shall be>held and considered aaisuch I StiUes bX; and with the adri en$ consent of,

&oft&.AU rommunieal'jons must be addressed to Clause of the 5th Article of the Constitution of private, shall meet with a nentral of the other by all the authorities :magistrates! and in [Hhe Senate thereof f and by"the President ottha ,l

IHZ/ARD. potzgepaid. this State be so amended as to read as follows, contracting party the first shall remain out habitants in the co sularijj trict !:hic kthej .Republic of New Granada, with the consent and

filLLETT=_- __ viz : That at the expiration of the present term of cannon shot, unless in stress of weather, and reside ., ; fcl-I approbation of the: Congress ofthe same ; and Z

:'I\V in order to execute the said examination of the consuls their of Washington/ Within'eighteen inonths Con
with the exception hereinafter mention, the secretaries officers and persons t
BETWEEN Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judges papers concerning the..owncrship'l11ld.cl1'go of attached to the service of consuls: ,*they not'be the date of the'signature thereof or.sooner if '

fit of the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term the vessel, without causing the least extortion, .ing citizens of the. cou'ntryin which the'consuls; p083- lble. ,'f4' fr"t t .. ..
violence or ill 'treatment for which the commanders reside shall be !ln kith 'r"ta..1.4J'f'tJ a tttVt.ot-: ;_ :
& PALATKA FLA., of:eight years, and shall hold their offices for exempt from nil public service;; ..
SAVANNAH of said armed ships shall be 'and also the United 0.ot"America, and of the 'Be- -' 'l".,
BY THE WAY OF i that term, unless sooner removed under the provisions responsible from all kinds of taxes,.imposts.and \
lJIlUS8WWK ST. MAUYS. GEO.; made in this Constitution, for the removal with their persons and property.f for which contributions, except those ,which_they shall be ublio'or1rana4aye' signed'.nt|teJtd '- l r.
pEEN purpose the commander of private armed .yes- obliged to these prea nts In..the city of Bogota .on.th.,
BLACK CHEEKL ] Judges by address or impeachment; and pay. on account.of commerce or their ,
t JACKSONVILLE, .\. [ for wilful neglect ot duty or other reasonable vels shall before receiving their commissions property, to which'the citizens and inhabitants twelfth day ofDecemberVin'thVyw-of oirt ** ,;(

l'lCOL..T.FLU&lD.with the Charleston Daily f.1il&e..1td.paekctslt cause which shall not "be sufficient ground for give sufficient security to answer for all the native and f reignoftheeou.nttyJn."fJ1ich.theX Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty.fix 1";

In connection S:1\3rt1l3h the steamer SARAHSI'lLlJL impeachment, the Governor shall remove any damages they may commit. And it is :expressly rt'iidc.are. subjectbeing, in.eT thing besides 'Isw..I U ABIpLACK.. %..? "t ;

from Palatka,to Lake Monroe, the of them, on theaddress, of two-thirds of the agreed'that the neutral party shall in no case subject to'thc laws of tha respective States .[s.4.; ,...s ;iLlVLMAliABIKO. .!
G, be required to on board the examining vessels The archivesand ADDITIONAL ARnct-The. republics the.
from to St. AU llS- General Assembly; Prori eJ.14olrel'Cr, That the go papers of the consulates shall
S. Ma l Stages, Picol:1t.t1. ; United States and of
new Granida f'admit
r. tor the of exhibiting her be will hold and .
Black Creek via ewnansville cause or causes shall be stated length in such purpose papers, respected inviolably, and Under no pretext .11
tine and from Mineral Springy, and Columbus, to, address and entered on the Journals of each I or for any other purpose whatever whatever shall.any;magistrate,. e.or.in any national ships"of. one or the other,... r;'.
those that shall
jUfigator, : ARTICLE all kind vexation be provided by .
House. And provided, further, That the"cause 22. To avoid and way interfere with.thein. ., thcrespecjyu 'It

, i 'W1L1I1Icf'. C*pt. P. )1c \.ELTY. or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended 'abuse in the examination of the papers relating ARTICLE 33. The said consuls shall- have power itshiws.governments with, patent.issued' _according t9- ;
to the ownership of the vessels belonging to the to acquire the assistance of the -i- 'f
N. KIXG. to be removed, and he shall be admitted. to authorities I
ST. MATTHEWS, |; citizens of the two contracting parties they the for the The present additional article shall have the 'i
tl HEBUAKD. a hearing in his own defence, before any vote country arrest, detention and sto'dy I '
WM. GASTON, have agreed, and do hereby agree, that in case deserters fr m the and same force a'nd .validity as if it were >inserted .
leave Savannah TUESDAYand for such removal shall pass: and in such cases public private vessels -, ) '
These packets every one of them should be engaged in. war the ships of their I word for .word,jnJh.e.treaty,signed this day $
MORMXG at 10 o'clock and arrive the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and country ; .and for that.purpose they It : f. .
shall be
SurnDAY ratified and
and vessels the citizens the other shall ratincation shall be
belonging to of. address themselves
to the ,
at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go entered on the Journals of each House respectively judges, exchanged at the'Bame times \
must be furnished with sea letters or.passports and officers'competent, and shall demand in 2.ls

through to and St. Augustine before night everyThursday SEC.* 2. Be It further enacted, That the Judges expressing the name property and bulk writing the said deserters, proving.by an exe tentiaries In witness whereof, the.re'pettl G plenipo, AjJ;

leave Monday.1'alatkaevery TVF DAY and first appointed under this amended Constitutionshall ofthe ship, as also the name and place of habitation hibition of the registers of the vessel,or.ship'srollor ed thereunto have their signed the same* and have affix ii/f)
Returning, .
seals. .
be divided by lot into four classes. The of the master and commander of the said other public documents, that those men "'. .''t
at o'clock touching as
? Done in
MOU.MNC: the city OfBOgOtadie.twe1fthd
FKUUV first class shall hold his or their office or offices vessel, in order that it may thereby appear that were part of the''said crews ; and oh this demand December #, -

cah way.Thev all lotr boats in completeor fur the term of two years, the second for the the ship realyand truly belongs to the citizensof so proved, (saving,-however, where the, sand in the year of our LOrd oni thouX.. \ ..':
hundred and 'I" "
eight =
are pressure forty9ixi' ; :
furnished iu respect term of four years, the third for the termofsix one of the parties ; they have likewise agreed contrary is proved by .other testimonies.) ,the ;lf
BUll commanded handsomely gentlemen every of well years the fourth for the term of eight years. that when such ships have a cargo they shall also delivery .shall not be refused.. Such deserters lQAi.] 11 Ai J31DLAGK i : :

; are the by route and their patrons [passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority be provided, besides the said sea letters or when arrested shall be put at the disposal of the ] .M.. AJ.JIAliABINacAnd : :, ;

knovrn experience assured that on attention} will be December 22, IS 17. Passed the House passports, with certificates containing the seve- said consuls, and may oo'p in'the public prison 'whereas tile : 'i1 i.o
said and
are and every comfort of of Representatives by the Constitutional majority ral particulars of the cargo and the place at the request and .expense of those who article treaty addition&t l/'i:
IJ ti&to the safety passengers, C whence the ship sailed, so that it may be known reclaim them, to be sent to the ships to which have been duly 'ratified on both parts, '
January 1848.J]
of and the
the careful handling freight respective ratifications
and to ofthe >
same were
April 29 1848. 6m whether any forbidden or contraband goods they belonged, or to others of the same nation. "
AGE. TS: are on board the same ; which certificates shall But if they be not sent back within two months exchanged Washington,: on.the ,tenth day:of' !1i:1,

ItrooVs & Tapper, Savannah.AADeLorme GREAT REDUCTION IN TIlE PRICE OF be made out by the officers the place whence to be counted from the day of their arrest,.they :June, one thousand eight hundredand. forty* .
Darien.ti. 's celebrated for the accustomed shall be eight,by" Jaines Buchanan Becretary State
Remedy the ship sailed, in the form; without no more arrested for.the same cause. )
;.FriedUindcr, IJrunswlck.John Fever and Two Dollars One.- of the United States -'America:and General > :
Ague-from which requisites said vessel may be detained ARTICLE 34. For the purpose of more effecr i
Decent, St. Marys.Fernandez The following gentlemen are my authorized to be adjudged by the competent tribunal, tually protecting 'their commerce'and'navigation and Pedro Alcantara Herranj Envoy Extraordinary.; k.

: & i!bee, Jacksonville. Agents, and have the genuine for sale. and may be declared lawful prize, unless the .the two contracting parties do hereby Minister ,Plenipotentiary ofthe, ,-republic)- c 1
A.Coy, Black Creek.tJw.Coolev Orders from f the United of New Granada, on the part uf their r.zpcctIyogovernments. '
Picolata any part ? States, said defect shall be proved be owing to acci- agree to form, as soon hereafter as circumstances ''- I 'hj 'L *** j.t* "Y.
; will meet with prompt attention. Address, post dent, and shall be satisfied or supplied by testi. will permit, a consular convention, which : .j j.
, rh R. Iteid, Palatktkt HUMPHREYS Now, therefore be it known, that Jatnes x.
paid, WM. Jr.. mony entirely equivalent. shall declare specially the powers and immunities -. }
: Lafittc & Co.; Charleston. Savannah Ga. of the and Polk, l.rcsldentofthe United StatCiofAmeka*, 't.
ARTICLE 23. It is further agreed that the consuls vice consuls of the respective "
. X. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded have caused the said treatyjuid additional .
ar<* ;:1
\GE T8-lc8srs.l\Ia1"8ton &Brothers Baltimore stipulations above expressed relative to the visiting parties: '
commission. from Savannah ticlc to be' d-.p b1i to' thiendth.tt1'sumeI
of -
free ;
Maryland; Dr P M Cohen, Charleston, and examination of vessels shall apply ARTICLE 3d.-The United States of America :.1d
and Charleston and all freightl "'be observed1 and fulfilled cwith *ood: '
way ;
to those which sail without and and the.republic of 'New, Granada : .
South Carolina, T C Risley, Hamburg, S. C., It only convoy ; desiring:to faith 'by the',United States .and tko
. by shipjtcrs. dtiaeia>
1847. tf S Bailey, Laurcnsville, S. C. T J S Farr,. Gra- when said vessels shall be under convoy the make as durable as possible .the. .relations 'which thereof., ; ,
September 17, verbal declaration of the commander ofthe are to''be established between the two J1vrbi> j? !ii> '
hamville, S. S.; B It Bytherwood, Beaufort S C.; convoy partiesby.virtue Iti witness whereof y I LaTe. hereunto firi'T: $1
. CIRCUIT COURT. R T Patick, Salem, Tenn.;J S Walker. Madison, on his word of honor, that the vessels'under of this 1reat.r, have declared solemnly "." .T'set my hand and''caused'the seal .thtf:;5: <
of :
EASTERN CIKC'.UT FLORID.-Coc OF his to the nation and do to the ; ; J
OF Ga; W K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; Shotwell & protection belonging. agree following points: United States to be LL'J' '
ST. JOHNS: IN CII.- CERl". Gilbert, :Macon., Ga.; J H & W S Ellis, Macon, whose flag he carried, and when they may.be.. 1st. For the better understanding of the preceding Done at the city of, 'this. : i.. .
Washington twel/Ut
The Southern Life Ga.; Lightfoot & Flanders,-Macon, Ga.; Dorsey bound to an enemy's port that they have no articles. It is and has been stipulated !
? of June in
day the. ear Of Lordonft ."
, In-1 ,, ; our thott :
jurance & Trust contraband board shall be sufficient. between the'high. that the .: :
| & Knott. Griffin Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta goods on contracting parties sand eight hundred and fortyeigb.tVand in '
ny to use Arthur ). Bill to Foreclose Ga.; William Root, Marietta, Ga.; Cunningham ARTICLE 24. It is further agreed, that in all citizens, vessels and merchandise of the .United nt tys c tid yeat rb'f the'Independence'oMh these 'a f1t

I Kced, \ & Co., Dalton, Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson, LaGrange cases the established courts for prize causes, in States shall enjoy: in the ports of New Granada, United Statei By the President? #%.tr.' i}

vs. j jAugustus Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.; the country to which the prizes may be conducted including those of the, part of the Granadian .JAMES K.POLK.- I

Poujaud. J B II Mitchell, Newnan, Ga.; Joseph Griffin, shall alone take cognizance of them. And territory generally'denominated isthmus'of Panama J* BCCHASAX, Secretary.of State.; u& .:, .t',
IT hating been made to appear to the satisfaction Burke county Ga.; R II Barrett, Reeseville, Ga.; whenever such tribunals either party shall from its. -extremity until -; 'if >

of the Court by Affidavit, that the A McLane & Co.. Jacksonville, Ga.; M C Williamson pronounce judgment against any vessel,goods the boundary..Costa. Rica, all the exemptions t__ _ ._J. '. -.t. l.;j..

, Ifcfendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed Davisboro', Ga.; Wni. Hodges, Sanders- or property, claimed by the citizens of the oth- privileges, and immunities. concerning commerce r ,

in the above entitled cause resides out of the ville, Ga.; W A Hayles, Louisville, Ga.; W A er'party, the sentence or decree shall mentionthe and navigation, which are now or may Almost a Fight, ord *ui'oj'u IVTJC.'A:oei- J

:tate of Florida, and out of thc United States. Carswell., Savannah, Ga.; P Martin, Savannah, reason motives upon which the same shall hereafter be enjoyed" by Granadian. citizens, ter joke came off the other afternoon on on of .:

Iliff in Cubl. one of the West India Islands and Ga.; J A Sperry, Houston county Ga.; William have been founded, and an authenticated.copy their vessels and merchandise ; and that.this our Brooklyn ferry boats.than.Often OCCUrs iff f ,

Wowl t IK'jurisdict ion of this Court, Therefore.Un Carr, Jacksonboro, Ga.; E A Burch, llawkins- of the sentence or decree, and of all the procee- equality of favors shall be made: to extend to this fun benighted,country. So says ,a Jfeir-
York and then
uiutiim of C. W. Downing, Esi!..Solicitor forwiJ yule, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; J B dings in the case, shall, demanded, be delivered the passengers, correspondence,and merchandise A ,paper, who tells the following story' : 7.t

C'Imp 1. Ut. : Cola Black Creek., Florida; F A I'oullen, Jacksonville to the commander or agent of said vessel, ofthe United States,.in their transit.acxoss gentleman-, evidently had" dmed. droTOonthe -". '.

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- i : Fla.; J Wright & Co..New Orleans La. without any delay, he paying the legal fees for the said territory from one sea to the other. boat and forgetting !cSt1n lenttf, :....
rule ferries
jiud aniLothers be required to appear awl answer April 8 1848. W. HUMPHREYS., Jr. the same. The government of New Granada guaranties to nearly drove over averyint ., .
the of the United States that the looking individual,who if one might judgt frosi
said Bill Complaint within six months ARTICLE 23. For the purpose of lessening the government ;

or the Same will be taken as onfessed against STATE OP MONROE FLORIDA COUNTY.t evils of war, the two high contracting parties right of way or transit across the isthmus of Panama 11\tt.i the acerbitfof'hiscuntvnance.. i A jf. u*1.,. -VL..- .I. ..

lim.If. further agree, that in case a war should unfortunately upon any modes of communication mat .:':'..1 SSffigtii vision of a horse's head 01 'TII-SI

further Ordered.Thnt a copy of this Order, Benjamin Megin, 1 take pce between them, hostilities now exist, or that may be hereafter constructed his 8houlders.t wheeled 'suddenly and auh tt.:

f duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be published Thomas Tailor In Chancery. shall only be carried on by persons duly commissioned shall be open and free to the governmentand the beast by the bridle, looking horsewhlpi .f' .

in some newspaper printed within the and James, PhilipSawyer Filor. J JFT f by the government, and by those under citizens of the United States, and for the the u incumbent of the carriage L;

Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month eonsccatitely appearing, to me by affidavit that Thomas their orders, except repelling an attackor transportation of any articles of produce,manufactures What thp d-l do you mean by catc : :tjf

for six months. JL invasion, and in the defence of property. or merchandise, of lawful commerce, hold ofmy horse F said the driver. .
Taylor and defendants in the it
[Signed.] TI lOS. DOUGLAS Judge. Philip Sawyer ARTICLE 26. Whenever one of the contracting belonging to the citizens of the United States; And what the d-l do yrt mean b7 almcsft ,{ti
bill filed in the above reside out of the
L PETEtt B. DUMAS Clerk of said Court. i cause, parties shall be engaged in war with another that no other tolls or charges shall be leviedor driving over fM??' replied the holder, In tho .
= State of Florida and that the said Thomas Tay-
"do hereby certify the above to be a true copy state, no citizen of the other contracting party collected upon the citizens of the United true Yankee spirit of answering one uestiGa :
lor resides in Europe and that the said Philip :
, of an Orjler, duly made andentered of recordin shall accept a commission or letter of marquefor States or their said merchandise thus passingover by asking another. ?
resides in the State of
the above entitled on the sixteenth Sawyer the of hostilely road or canal that be.made Let go the horse* \,
I cause purpose assisting or co-operating any way by p
It is Ordered That said defendants S .
.. 'd yof August A. 1). IS 17. bill shall appearand with the said enemy against the said par- the government of.New Granada, or by the authority "Iwulior; ?: ** .< r
answer the said otherwise it be
P. B. DUMAS, taken confesso. tics so at war, under the pain of being treatedas of the same, than is, under like_ circumstances The. driver .dismounted,,advancedtowardd. t
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. pro pirate. levied upon and collected from the the.othc.r( whip.in hand,. andr shortening lila i :
It is Ordered That of this Order {
further a
1I _'Jan 7,1S4S._ lamfGm I! be published in some, newspaper copy printed in- ARTICLE 27. If by any fatality-which can- Granadian citizens ;j' that'any lawful produce, thuiaden hold upon*!the tell handle, sung out in' a voice"of, ..1! .
1oJ not be expected, and God forbid-the two con- manufactures, or merchandise bclonging.t'ocitizens : you; sin ht go that lOIn. pI' !\ ,
III Circuit Court, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month 4'Fll.bed.dIfIdoi. .
tracting should be engaged in a war of the United States thus passing from 'd' ;
EASTERN CWCU1T OF FLORIDA : for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas ."Ycu'won't ."
.' with each other, they have agreed, and do agree one sea to the-other. in either,Ctio.n.for. the 112. ,, 'j' .' #. ...".'
C\ I\TY OF DIVAL: Ix CUASCEIHT Taylor, and once a week for four months, in fXn)" ,\,.
for then that there shall be allowed purpose of exportation, to ,any other foreign. <
now the
Mary Moore, ) reference to the said Philip Sawyer. : :Well; thc iV; "repilea'thV-lirl'ver tfcrowfJ* ;;t'
the country 5h'n11n t be liable to'any impbrtduties ,
term of six months to merchants Residing on '
vs. J Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER ,t.Ii""t ( ,
; .
'n the' of other whatever or having paid such duties they 0':thcVehicy'an3piantinr: ] .
, Moore. So. Circuit of Florida. the coasts and in ports. each and ; ) ,
enry ) Judge shall be entitled to drawback hands comfortably &*his pocket* ;"welL*
their thei
the term of one to those who dwell in the upon expo l
ft TT having been made satisfactorily to Tno F. KING Sol. for Complt.Key : year a
just wUl
.1. ; interior, to arrange their business and transport tation ; nor. shall the citizens of the..,United! \d. !. joueQjiayjng &% poi
the defen- '
by affidavit that Henry Moore West, February-19, 1848. 9m: i States be liable to any duties .tolls litt )* .*'q ui l. 1ntOt1i?
lint tamed in the above entitled cause, resides .. their effects wherever they please, giving to I or chargesof ; cabin? ? '- b4 -. -- r
NOTICES.: them the safe conduct for it -which' I any kind to which native citizens areiiot1 .
%ond the of this Court out of necessary 'I \
jurisdiction *'Themwd
date I shall subjected for thus 'passing the 'said isthmus.. otpnssengersho b1 been & ; :
Ms Sta.te and in the State of New York therefore SIX MONTHS after present my may serve as A sufficient protection until they "
on motion and vouchers as Executor of the arrive at the designated port. l.'heeitizcllS, of And,'in order to secure to.themselves the tranquil ,ding"spectators of,thought,?roared aloud;nottcj i

for naid Gregory Yale Es'ISolicitor Estate of James Roberts, deceased, to the all other occupations,'who maybe :lestablished.in and; constant, enjoyment of thesOvadvantagcsjand qii ,.\-genttJiAowCTcsr s.s3. .a" sucking doT3J f '

It it Ordertd complainant That,the said defendant Judge of Probate of this county, for settlement the territories or, dominions of the United, as.anespeciajf. compensation'for the' and/J contending.party, droppjng the"i'"-'

'Md answer the, bill of of said appear and allowance by him; and at the same time, I States or of New Granada, shall be respected said advantages;and r the'fav6rs they Have as they ware unpleasantly' warnL marched tr \t
complaint com- for the othef tad of the boat" !
1 lunanwitbin months the will shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a and maintained in the full enjoyment of their acquired by the 4th, 5th,and 6th articles of this his whole apptarajtc ; .a.t

. be taken four or same final discharge from my Executorship of the I personal liberty and property, unless their par- treaty, the. Unite4.States, guarantc;positively, .bearlng a striking reenub4e t that df.
confessed him. .
as against man detected in ths at44 'r>f>>niA; ;w K: sw
it further That of this Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. ticular conduct shall cause them to forfeit this and efficaciously to eWiGranada*.by the present .l boras'muttbit,a T :

'0Iid, duly certified Ordered by the Clerk a of copy this Court, JOHN ROBERTS, Executor of the protection, which, in consideration of humanity ..staP' IJOll! the perfect neutrality ofthe 0'1"'I.. .. .-ft'l.'...,.. :r. _. 0_, Cl't &''11. ._.toe,
lit Whihed in within last Will &c. of J as. Roberts, dec. the contracting!parties engage to give them befor mentid ed-' isthmus, 'with. tlivIe"thattht ? "' I. ,..
the Eastern Circuit some newspaper printed week April 22, 1848. 6m I ARTICLE.28.. Neither the debts due from individuals free'transit :from.lthe'one:to the Oth rsealnay' 'Mexican PaTtt.-1ne Mexican.1ii..r.ci6 .'.t':
of ,once a eonCcutitehy f.'
., u. not ba interrupted or embarrassed Americans is well fllnstntedlby the
$ for Four_ mnm.hs.TUO. of the'one nation to i individuals of the ; any following i1.
, 'n DOUGLAS Brought to Jail othcrj. nor shares, nor money which theylnay'; future time while this treaty exists ; and in consequence anecdote. .;;J....,. ;.*-.'* u-_. psf."iiZ*nc iLst. .; tjS _uImmeulat.I \ ,
Judge, insIL Man who > .
ON the 20th a Negro .
Ih.cu. Court do here- iCK\l. have in'public funds,nor 'in nublic or private 'the United Sttesiil guarantee, in"the I : .. ,a .,,,.tevcr.cru!. ;
Clerk of said and ,04--
.T, calls himself JIM says CQL1t. 'tk" 'hY& If
banks shall in of of same manner rights sovereignty was !
event or
ever war national a.
K any
certify the correct of
above to be a copy an he to Robert Stewart of Marion -.ri comfelr sPbtttliGTeatxGoeiAtmigfoy
belongs 'Iiim
order made 3nd entered of record in the above I Florida. The pwner.is'request difference,be sequestered and confiscated. property -which,;NewGranada-.has; and,possesses ng" ; : 9S5x
entitled county ARTICLE 29. Both the contracting parties b<> over the said territory.1,2d. I1f ?r>4fft g.! / here eovu fa fyUtuiZww
cause in said Court the tenth day of and take him "
on ed
, t> to come forward pay expedses. ing desirous of avoiding all inequality in' relation The .present treaty1sbafl!\' remain.in.full !,r /.?! kt TheColoneiOiUr; dai .
ruaryA.D-,18lS. J. A. BARBER. JailorD. C. ; house to take .Iookat
away. & thp.cmture. fm
L\ to their public communications' fli- force.and vigor, fors.tKelitenkiOf twenty yw andaaha.
WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set 29,1818. tf left:Itts keebhedOut '4 '
IL.81] my hand and affix the, seal of said Jacksonville April cial intercourse, have agreed, and do agree, to fro- "nth- da* '.'of"the.*- *exchange. of>i the J rtificat1on.aiiijroni 'i ; itlkfamiryf Sn.y"1 ,1 ijli zm f :St Itinrftool
Court. Clerk. IIOMI'SON'S' DIGEST of the Laws of grant to envoy8mmistersnnd other public thesamg dayvthe treaty; (hawis d IX'

-ru& 19 1848.OSCAR 4mALACIIUA IL\RT. T. Florida. For sale by agents, the same ,favors immunities, .and exemptions o iciudcd, bctw I',theUitttates'auI.e. j for the Colonel* who returned'andi bought1 thtf

April 22. A. M. REED. which those of the most favored nations !Jomb" ,pn thetohavoeffect"Wth'of. ,Octobe l6.i4js'haU f&a** prdo4uiv4 r J'pr tl lt ";tPJ1tonUDateI7 .

do or shall enjoy; it being understoodthat nkwithstandiiig-\ ipras\disi 'byT Uie.,upsettih4l' fr& bOts 1, gin -f"t

HOUSE. .. J. B. CUBBEDGE, whatever favors, immunities, or privileges posed,in the fir$ point of Its'.31st'artid H_,. .'.<,v' X. '\t fear the' anecdott In which as a sligbt exemplification.oftha 1J.

'PllE Subscriber purchased the house BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, the United States of America or the republic of :'\NotwithstanUing: 'the foregoiqg" if heirther. No we Were held by thoHexicans.il-- f '

and premises formerly owned and occu- South side Market square (next door to Ver- New Granada may find it proper to give.tq.*he .party1,:notifies io toe'plher:l tS lnUsutioii of i doubtjv.thei:heard mntogt bird erery'day of the { .

Pied by J. \. :, JJsq ftt Newnansville, stille, Lnffboro & I3utierShOe Store,) ministers and public agents of anyother power, reforming anyJqf or.all heartac1eaoftIdreat7tW : siege of, had the shells"similar expressron sthebarst* *

f.}'V1:I be ready to accoaunodatc Boarders Savannah, Ga. shall,by the same,acty, be extended, to those of !1Vcmonths. ,before 1il ij-xnir ti not r the ing ; niust often. .jurv caused tht. n.
jU1rriAqOnekirt: J.r
an nd Trnelle after the 1st day of May next, I3 Orders from the country will be promptly each of the contracting parties ,?> twenty;yearsVstipul&te< ; boTtiie'said treaty L4l '-. ". JfjA .Iftflf .-?*.- 7'At. >".,-.' ;V 1.J"f.JI 1
shall both
hopes by his exertions to make his guests asOrtab1e tilled at the lowest prices.March ARTICLE 30.'-To'make more effectual the:pro continue binding i ,qu ptics"byon4 '.- '''' p '
.r.Sl" ; .1' ri' '
twelvfimonihsro "
ille's until % Jr :
| j'ears n lit
t teetion'which the United wenty '
. as possible. He has good stabling, *Jen SU\tesand theltepnfcjlie -A'I
. *ad&W rate hostler always in attendance.GEO. .' --,--, 11,1848.,
M. GALP1N.; ARTIES PEWAAL navi tio l'and commerce of thocitizens of each ] tentionopocqedinztbi: ,refQrm' c'i= "". ._ "tC withf confidence,', *,rumor t Lat u ,&hot..t. a ,4-

nansvil1e April li, 18 S. 6mr AUCTI01VET5KV :' other(theyJ agree receive and admit'consuls .&/ ; ;or:more of the citizens of either lion of: the Preid' it.tq 5drniseto." ( t.t:

JACKSONVILLE, E. F. and Yice consuls in all the ports open to,foreign party shall j infringe any of.ithc.articles ofthisirntiy h1fbDtitW1t l 'fOl1'-'ih ;

) JJ JB PIJt e p-SALES in any part of the County attended. cbmtnerce, who shall' enjoy 'iQrthom..UItheii ,.!Bucucuizera.oaut Wi uv y tav' ff'jregponsiblafoe oeSeJ1t q 11.' .
,. .; to and re44ctfulysohicited.) -'!t.< :. ;\tS prerogatives, and immunities of Iho con-' the;i3ID and the.harmony u4 j tiouJUnLbetr.r &tQ11fr4 I
0 .
) Tttiy Executed r.VKKY CRIfTrOM.at this ()dke. ;. Jacksonville, May 6;184!. i ," {f' ''"' suls and vice.consuls ofthe most Caved nations;. good,correspondence bet weeD.the-tJf cations. ; !;-t 1 4iH1.) tl'ifd Mu1t i


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.; ,: r.f'f': fI' i'i' NEWS.'t&ESQfiVlLU3 j was a Whig, yet would pledge himself to no I most infamous, and Tricked-which* every Whig id'the l tt i"no'f, even whispering' a word 'If 'radbnrytllreeae:-$ fi l" .Di' '

..4... M. I teoislatureiithe States hat denounced-which Bent or dissent throughout.We-;'-We heard an i
| :; free Pe1c'b' ,
..- .party,-that he wished tqrbojthc candidate.of b ,: fS &; Hal11lt;: .
t '. -' 'thepresent House:of Representatives at Wosh ,Jg- dance of ny es'and: does j cheer?fact: Clay {Stat8 eoh=tl2North : J'

: '::1': ,.:JULY. .1'tsls., the people,-and at tho;smote'time; that'he) ,. tan. have rated to'.be 'ttruonsittutsanalsnd imnccv.Jry7 Taylor; yellgroarls: ? and*, cat-calls of \ )."} erawDemoctaia J'j ..: .., J ,
... a? 3raMi.ju' ii -30- -49K21OCBA.TIC would surrender his constitJUonal irhich knowVas ck"tcnd duds the:fips&6( o'f which, ; is .1\
..."J. r- to the people -and all waged to ; a
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.." ... "1. \ "'.' .. 'II! t j'J/' 'Fi C rITUL.\TION. .i >
.- right of the sufficient thearca"of: 'slavery, amMstrcngthcn the -n ,i 1cemel t"i\ha: 1iew York-responds P'. ,.,. f.
.. ; : veto power,-are proofs .Jorthel(? $ ) 'a' "
.. .'..' slave of tho nation; a man born at the nomination of General Taylor.' So be it. 7 f IOYteo..;, = nit it.3 f.t' ,
., .for the most prejudiced mind that to put the power democrats,, ,. ..3. .. .J
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.. in all
the south and identified
south reared at To idea of the.broken and "
.; give an' ? .
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f.. .... best construction upon his course-he, has been bis and interests with the south to "': :17 >
.',.. feelings ; character of tho speeches made the whigs. 10"l
o \ mado the tool of the leaders who he i is true the needle to the pole:' upon 't g
.. Whig ,- rely which as as
1 ; .. whlgs; 2 \ .
; ; sion we give the following extract from ,
of his life in the J i
who has most v- -
,. -, ing upon his ""availability- obtain Democratic spent camp,away .
,..4 4 t.i-.i: DOMINATIONS.no from all associations' with the statesmen of the marks of.Mr. IIoNE; as reported in'the *" <' '_.
; votes will thus by a false issue ride,into :
'" country=: living among a.rovingbordef population Post 'a-jour 1al hostile to CASS and r
'), ,, table, is worth ,'"
a .' i '. <5lcct a Congress their! own and ma and disqualifying R presernng: It rh
I P I' power -aphiseompanlotu employments totally oYI
I '. Now I wantyou.t.o recognise .i wholewhig'pRrtTJn.a1J
meas.a: : ;
; _; PRESIDENT OF, THE. UNITED STATES a passive instrument ofa President of the United him for the !administration. of the foreign man. FTremendous uproar and in .. ...... States did not furnish thi'NOh; t
\1 .'.:.,....': ....LEWIS. CASS, States. to\ make and domesticaffairs the inconsistency'of our and government.profligacy'And still nd) :-,',xes''",,, "\no" ud.-des'!, .::.he. !defeat' the engrafting of the bati ode iiBY!' "r, e

These considerations momentous atitilarsnin8 d principlcs"-what are ,his pnnctplesl''J tJCn upon the treaty--that the NortiS !
.. 7.-, or. JUcmtJAN. ; are : 1
this not only uncommitted
... more apparent, was
..,. .. We .thcm not only to Demo-. but his admission tlemen, why will you'not hear me 1 I furnished TWJLV2: TOtes aniast ST
; Present
to principle by
'. .:U, .....; ron VICE PXESIUKNT: ( any } the privilege of a long service-[ : ct 9D, and that_of Gen. Lewis Cast '
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crats but to Southern Whigs. Do not be bliud- without any definite opinions! upon the great Henry Clay-hurrah and loud, cheers.] which is three"votes: ?tS:"
!, ,:...; t, 't WILLIAM O. BUTLER, od b,.: the love that TATLOR is a Southern can questions. of policy which have divided the two tlemen.} I claim'your attention-I claim of,the whole outh',caald rain thus Icr&S
I. the nation for the last twenty *5
-5. leading parties of
:_ ;,' OF KENTtCKY didate. elected he will be the mere tool eta the party..bow lower Can the prl i1egewhicJi my:gray hairs defence, and that the Southern1;desaW* f
: .tt-- years Can, .whig } me to: give counsel and advice enemy aearlJAnal, ,
you py
NoriJaern.\Vhig would be the ? I 7 M to t
What farther .
: Congress. degradation ;and abandonment'go snot uuwc ""
,' ... ., words of-truth and soberness 'I call force of the democrats t1...
.0':..}.t t. .' JOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: policy 4f such an one, no thinking man ,can the present condition"! of the"party'* a most to discard your prejudices, as I do mine.. [ arrayed ca J:
::; ::'. ', GEN..WILLI4M BAILEY. doubt Be not blinded by availability. Be not humiliating one ? of Clay, 'Clay"-and',cheers for Henry ] : !f analysis'iof this vote wfll 7:be t Terr.CK&I cJ

.. 'I myself should have preferred Henry, campaign to ',the 1
.V.' dazzled:by military reputation., It is a dangerous stop; :mouths oflbt .
: : GOV.. DODGE AND THE the burst of enthusiasm in the declaimers w
.. :; :;, [ c. who impudently'isstri-
that has ever made slaves of men BARNBURNERSH
: :: ft v-jr FOR CONGRESS: ,: enry Clay, and the cheers, were oTc )a that the twelve, o t,whom Ltitrk S' teCJ
t e"; The Washington Union of the 30th alty'con
-and of slaves! It is an acknowledg : >
: tyrants ing-but] the representatives of the are their enemies and
C ft -jC' tat ?
F .: .,, i-JJ. .: WILLIAM P. DUVAL. ment'of the superiority of physical over intellectual tains the following card from Gov.;>> Done,. re of the whole United' States have met }0 voted unanimously'ajrainat-ni associate]W' rte

; -;.......; .. force. It.would degrade the inhabit fusing to accept the nomination of the Barnburners .in i convention and decided otherwise. '[ I to".trusted at the JtartL .., ,?>7
; v They had object in view in the ... 'A i,... e
no :a
t !
made at the lato Convention at Utica. lie '
? : FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.: ant,of any country. It would be particularly ... l
: have made but the
',, i\\ GEQ. .R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns degrading to the republican. citizen of the U. We notice 'that the few, organs of that faction fore-[hisses, ] I. ask good you-[hisses country.]-I S A' ACSUSETTl3,. WH1t "co EIi1'IO j: ; the

::. \ CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Garden. States of America yet existence, are deeply chagrined his you to. go for the nominee of that convention recently held sT\off, | "e

determination ,and come down on him like a ["Yes and cheers side rl'p
.t yes, yes, ,on one Mass., adjourned without mans -:
i JOHN MILTON of Jackson iw'
0'., ..," t.. County THE SENTINEL LOGIC. thousand of brick. It would appear that hehas no, no," and' equally, perhaps louder, s for. the Presidency; :''. eel
.'it. "f strations the other side. I ask tppoiatrfM
-' thus ) on ]f you .r
ruined the scheme unite
totally to
:;;j. SENATOR' FOR ALACHUA AND MARION.-We The last number of the "Sentinel" seems to for him ["les"crud--'ryes, yes"-"no tea at large to attend the Buffalo contwu tsJsae

'r. be the of the force of the Utica convention that has been,. because ["no, no, never" ":" "yes ] : to be held on .the 2d August,
,:: ::': to perceive that the Democrats of devoted to urging an argument againstthe yes, : Altioui,;
:.i7w. are happy and the Buffalo convention that is to.bo: he is the best [true lie is not"_"yes," of the was E 1q
election of Gen. which from its stringency assemblage
+" : : Alachua and Marion counties have nominated CASS o1ent11.tfcgt
? ':I have in no"]-the best candidate under all
seen the published proceedings o f :
"1. ; friend Mr. Loris ALDRICH and conclusiveness, certainly promises to "No. _: Abolitionism: ,, yet it appears that the ;
;, our esteemed as the convention at UticaN., Y.:,that my name is put stances. [ ;no, never never" 'three prla-;iti fM
,: ;: their candidate from that district for the State make short wprk with the Democratic Candi in nomination for Vice President the United for Henry Clay" The cheers were then objection to the nomination of'TAiiot:, the

t .::.;1': ;' Senate. This nomination, together with those date. The Sentinel in a dozen'different placesargues States, on the ticket with Mr. Van Buren. No and continued loud and uproarious for from,the conviction that, he was a oaa of eat
.' in this view "Gen. CASS has been Gov information has been given to me by tho con time] Now, .gentlemen, gentlemen, political principles and' OD :
I ; ,. of the gentlemen selected as candidates for Representatives : had anttnt':
... vention, or its order, of this nomination ; and 1 you want? what is your object 7 [Loud S'
; : ,:::t : of the two counties, will form a ernor of Michigan-he has been Indian Agent; have waited some days for that information as Clay, Clay."] Well,. then, I am for y and W KBSTER. It seems very'probi-

I .': :: .:t strength which cannot fail to bear down all for the North Western territory,-he has also furnishing the suitable occasion for making my [Immense cheering followed this ] the Buffalo convention will second that i doe

: ..i.tr:: opposition. Marion will not elect a Whig Representative been Senator of the United States. For all answer. Butj beginning to doubt whether any .But can you elect Henry Clay ? that's the made by.the Barnburners at'Uticsl f 1Ge

,. ., the United such communication will be made,and seeing my tion. ["Yes"-"no, no"-'cs, yes, following resolutions
.. "*'.*<:* this year.. these services he has been paid by name placed in many as a candidate for "no."] You know' he has no chance} sufficiently explsii> to'

10 ,'r f.3 States." "Therefore"the Sentinel ribs oughtnot the vice presidency,by papers virtue of that nomination convention,,therefore: has nominated an of the convention : ) the

,-. ir;, FLORIDA HERALD-The last number of this to be elected President.?' I deem it proper to delay no longer, and man, a brave man-a man of ", That the power to prohibit the in;. for

t -; 'r4 paper announces that Mr. A. F. GOULD, a broth What is sauce for the goose, is, or ought to be, to declare once, and in this public manner, character 'whig. [Here .the of slavery into territories of the U. eia
!; to it. The shouts were redoubled-"no no no." now free, is .clearly delegated to clan
inability Statto whichbelong ] Coal
my ,
.:., .::;; cr of the present editor, has become associated sauce for the gander, and if it be any objectionto accept by the constitution and "
1 the cipl
...1 was represented in the Baltimore Con The Tribune gives: an interesting ; highest eon
.. -. '!: in its editorial Mr. GOULD is Gen. CASS that he has served his and of .
.6i '.,;2 a gentleman country vention ; the vote' of that State was given to the enthusiasm patiotism-the strongest-genU- oft

;.. r. .:.a., of high education and talent., and will re been paid for it, we cannot perceive why the Messrs. Cass and Butler; they were'nominated; which'prevailed at,the of justice and .humanity, consistent iriti &he

) ,',.: fleet credit upon the profession be has adopted same objection should not apply to Gen. TAY and as one of the citizens of that State, that nomination presenting the resolutions. "All the of democratic principles, tads

,. ,.".... .>....... immediately received my cordial 'concurrence and all the decency," were certainly : respect, for the enlightened opinion at tt1
.. The has been for services
one paid
LOR. performed and support, and will continue to.do their devotion to the cause ot 'law and d, require that this power should be ex;:
r :- FLORIDA VOLUNTEERS,-We learn from the in civil offices. The other has had his in favor of freedom. .-;, Ig

?., :.;: j' Savannah Georgian,of the 6th inst, that Capt.GCORQE hand in the public purse for serving his town so.I have long been th% friend, personally as ing."The The tumult conflicting now became elements absolutely which had solred, That in view of the importance sai' Fill

..:> HOLMES ,and his company of Florida try in a military capacity. The only difference well as politically, of Mr. Van Buren, and, under ered directly in front of the stand, ,broke of a'full discussion of the great"qn se:?. the
of the
other circumstanceswould ,day, we recommend to friend
I be proud to have our 11 t
i ..: Volunteers arrived at Mobile on Friday June is that has been to open conflict. A fight ensued between '
; as we can see one paid for be associated ut the State the establishment "! *
with his 'it
my name in but ;
any way
; of the
r' :.:, 30th. Lieut. WOODRUFF is the only other offi ing a soldier, and the other for being.a states acceptance of this nomination is impossible prominent leaders;and the rush towq and ward of Jeffersonian *'
i fusion
:> >., cer who is reported, and the company is stated man. and I have to request the members of the con among for the time.crowd put an end to ountry. for the dissemination of aouai1:*' the
proceedings, a number of '
'+" : to number fifty two privates.HEROWORSHIP.. Tho'Sentinel13 also blows out against CASS* vention, and the public, to receive this declination present could not have fallen far short. of ; t on those subjects, by personal dl scats I ti Sa
: ..' as my answer, and to excuse this mode o1 f thousand but the chonp'publicntfons. -:> J
i : for being a rich man. We are not acquaintedwith the' disturbance was the following resolution which indicate l
making !
it-being only mode which the created ado

R .' the.exact state of his finances, but we can want of a communication from the convention were several by three noted or fighters four hundred such ,as among Ford ton: lusioJ.1 of the \Vhigs ot,b1.1.s 1 they

..' 5; Somebody. has said that .there is an instinctive safely say that he is no better off in this respect leaves open tome. HENRY DODGE. kee Sullivan and'others. ,The latter to support Mr. Van Buren si ,. anti

\ :'*';; tendency in man kind to follow after thosewho than his Whig competitor. It is well known WASHINGTON CITY, June 29.1S48. in the hand of the Police, we were i i That'this convention regards irila: sole

I :,.. v-;: have become in any way distinguished.- that Gen. Taylor has .one of the most valuable THE BARNBURNER "- but was again.rescued by tho crowd i ihteiest'the position assumed theDea-:' eau

,.t ': *:;: It is not essential that the individual to, be idolized plantations? in Louisiana, and his best and most KING. other fights, or appearances of fights, party of the State of New York, as rep.: I,,
The following scorching rebuke .of MARTIN the disorder for nearly.half an hour, and !! by the convention recently held u/ Don
:: shall become eminent for that which i is intimate friends have boasted, that his yearlyprofits time the clay
meeting was threatened with that it the
VAN BircEN is from the N.Y. True Sun a ; applauds earnestness and
:.: : ': i great and good. The condemned felon from enable him to purchase forty additional a Democratic termination. vA pyramid of people was with which the principle of free ter- byt

.' ..:' the'gallows looks down upon a moving sea of hands every year. journal, which has ably vindicated th o upon the sand, and more than .once we has been incorporated into the{ basis of .deft-

I", fr .'.;,,: human being, who have rushed to performIl" rights of the South through the darkest. !\otirsof planks cracking beneath our feet. A organization; that it commends: the! 'wis'. .toet

r : : That the Whigs do not wish this argument the Wilmot Proviso storm. fire was kindled in the middle of tho k'U, manliness which have been eibibiUd -t

i ; ,;?: ; the.1nst' honors upon one whose crimes have for stirred is evident from their course in the Houseof TIlE APOSTATE. another soon after on thc: corner of Van Buren, in hiss'correspondence ujxai j ; f

Il"" / a time distinguished him from his fellows. A Representatives on the 3d inst. on the following which cast a strong glare: OYQr the I ; and that it, antici pates_the nipst. :
heretofore SttiD
.. .'. ,.: crowd of acting and thinking menharness themselves was doubt is now certainty The wind sweptvolumnsof pitchy smoke results from the effect or Its p ra, ,
resolution offered Mr. JONES of Ten Hitherto it has been denied
I : 4 by generally that Air_ the scene which for few *
a moments all democrats
,. # : to the carriage 6f a female dancer of upon true throughout
t '*. '' nessee. They refused to allow.the question to Van Buren, in quiet, retirement from political character too threatening to be very. States who are prepared to act togetl-
: : questionable reputation, und influenced the strife had connection 'with i : .
I' by any the schisms! introduced ble.
> bo taken and adjourned.in confusion: \ prohibiting the extension; of slavery: ,'
1 <* dazzling_splendor of her saltatory fame,gladly) Resolved That into the democratic ranks by the few "Finally some one! brought a banner 4
the President be .
t. 1(:'* .*. perform the duty of brute beasts. A statesman requestedto designing men wh%have figured so conspicuous front of the stand, which was greeted ..'
to be furnished
cause to this House a statement ly for the last year or two; as leaders iu the infamous mendous shouts and the TLOR A VEOWNEIt.The Churl talus: l'ing
:; signal for
; who shall have been eminent in a row in the of all the received '
money respectively design to give nsccndincy! to federa. ed disorder, in the midst of which the ', the ever vigilant and impartial defoft-
halls of Congress will become the by Gen. Lewis Cass and Gen. Zachary Tay rule over the Union. No'
: .t"f": ;.. instantly lor for regular and extra services from theirfirst and onc. among the long and resolutions were read. Not one word of Southern rights, thus shows up;the ad Ucnbyt
faithful friends of that
; cynosure of all cycs-aud afiddler of distinction.will gentleman, believed could possibly have been heard
'!"" except by ,
entrance into the public service to the present that he was capable of secretly fostering and intheimmediatovicinityforthemingled should be given to \Vhigpui1 te, {"
c : share with the of the
greatest men time the service for which "*'
directing for the nominated Gen. TAYLOR T
.: a.plot disseverance ot'a party, groans hisses shouts hootings and :
.., land' the idolatry of hosts cf worshippers. each sum was paid; and' also a. similar state to which he had seemed to give such signal evi accompanied by thc waviug-of hats, are told that Gen. Taylor is a Sputiapt Jmlt
r't ; 'finis lief wcther ment of the money paid to Gen. Winficld Scott dence of att:.chment and ,
TU principle which leadsmcn.to'.bc fidelity, and which, on fists and clapping of hands, continued '\' he is a)stye slaveholder, and.t Bat
and ;
General Wm. Harrison
'';;'/;-.' gregarious in their, habits; and folIo whether compensation for respectively extra services; and so many occasion, exhibited in return the warmest intermission during the whole time;:' is a sufficient assurance of thffspuot- lain
any affection and the most ardent &t
views the
support- to
'.f after: any wonder working leader, provided theycan. has been made :to either of the individuals Incredible as it it is as question'atissu&JH; -or.
may appear nevertheless assured that .
J' :... :'.. :' .find,, is above named which havc.notbcen allowed and CLAY AND TAYLOR.-A correspondent o re : Taylor ,.
: one, perhaps necessary in its way, ; true. The mask BO successfully worn is at the people of ,the Slaveholding S tafirI dom
If ?,:. and especially convenient to politicians andwlreworkers paid to all officers of the government for similar length thrown off, and he stands boldly fortto N. Y. True Sun, gives the following I j ,plaves in the Territories as essential*, .trw

.. .'; .'.,.\. ; The nomination of Gen. TAYLOR, services. 1 1I the nation, branded by his own signature as I Mi CLAY'S reception of"the news of'.the nc and,security'of slavery.ni; (w. c

I", ':'."' i the I the greatest traitor cftlicm all. What was considered ination of, Gen?TAYLOR.' we}might .safely, assume that heir bjr.Iwer t
,; .: isiby far most perfect instance of the application the scheme of handful ,
r. : WHAT THE WHIGS SAV OF EACH OTHER.-To a recreant and "lIe had ridden over to wait for: intelli ; that rightto be denied j bntirehiite:
: : : :
I. of this principle that the political history shameless demagogues: is now known to be the .On. the irirlII? blftr
assurance. ,
I that the sacrifice the and was sitting a table with of ,
prove by Whigs of a party .
: : of ,Uni6n canfurriih. every concerted and deliberate plot of a band ; ,, .nd1u
1 ,1 -f our Tho repeated defeat of conspirators when the.thunder clap came. He rose.up are some-Sontherit, men/: ndale., :
:'i. of CLAY had taught the 'Whig' schemers measure and: every principle upon the shrine of -with MARTIN VAN BUREN as tlteircqi1"whose under great excitement denounced the, .who do not think that Slavery 'i in.Qi:

l. .. --,' 5''v : that not even vast intellect can continue availability, is relished but little by the strongmen treachery has no parallel in the history vention as having in a day, sacrificed the would be impaired or endangered bl :hr

'. :::i..: any of the Whig party; wo have already.given of our country, and whose disgrace is as of Whig principles which had only been
;, length of time to hold a people in subjection totals several extracts from their own papers. And eternal as the perpetuity of our institutions. by the labor of the lifetime: of the to be determined by the 'people!!. .ser

issues: In: the nick of time, and as ,they indeed the In the humiliating confession, we feel our cheeks purest, and most patriotic statesmen.the ,,as is proposed by Gen:: Cas- "eem
of the rI ladel- tingle and '
4 'for salvation .successful gross our fingers contract on the pen anything that we know Gen. TaJ
fondly hope their ,.a_ i This ever possessed. He showered anathemas lib
phia Convention appears so vast, that it h almost man-so fostered-so beloved-so sustained General one of these, and may not even be i o )
General has turned who amid the brilliancy Taylor and his presumptuous
up, has given the lie to all the ; '
impossible of comprehension. The attributes of that by dragooning the Constitution the Wilmot Proviso, as Gen.:Cass prof te
very to
of victories achieved the American arms truth, and .t
by perfidiously betrayed and abandoned be. ? .on
roan whom they once termed murderer mand for the nomination 'he had .
to the :
will recall the straggling sheep of the house ofT enemy a generous and noble constitu .his
: patriotic )Yhig'people. of the to '
Whiggcry* 14f ,="will' dazzle the imaginations of forstaing his country in a foreign war, they ency.nakedness The delusion, however is passed. In 'their: necks by way of abridge for the safe :ARGUS or 'rnr SouT .-The introdti of files the
have nominated for the vethe of his character he stands .forth
Presidency and ha "
thosewho! never commanded an army, and lurethem self-stripped of every attribute"that him duct of Tylerism back toe high places Congress of several,territorial tub .
at their head gave
who *
placed ,
one owes After thus -
t' 'goyernm to. '
,. :; like moths to a flame, to'their own' destruction everythingto the confidence and respect of honorable me ; ; ,expressing question.otSbveri, uponrtte ever ,s.
the which nIfor a few minutes he ordered his ;
:very war they still bitterly denounce. without ,
t)l the benefit of a few office seekers.. securing to himself the permanent es drove,home to ruminate' the sudden al election see ma to have pot .nd
They abuse. slavery and slaveholders teem and regard of his deceitful and over. .. t'T1a :
:;-rf. _(The fact that Gen."TAYLOR has no, claims Arand pitiful:associates. of'1YLig princIples? ton politicians to their trumps j '. ..
yet :call abolitionists Eventually despised by both his few
',. upon to vote for a e
for the chief
l i qualifications magistracy of remaining of the New Yolk Tribune.i1!e
ry j s" theslaveholder on the of his" days will close with the mark of Cain : .

t ,,' Union. .., other than his reputation s9'".a''.militaryleader and that he will be ground ruled availability, upon his brow-a sad* emblem of retributive, 'WHO ARE THE WILMOT: }PROVISO the uneasiness prevailing'in i theS ..
t by a Whig Congress.They justice and, the
,is'of,deep import thoseho'so. blindly a lasting example of the righteous j 1..1 PORTERS? of the vigilance'olMr' -J CUEO o;:,
.. point to .th Barnburner punishment of ei
difficulty: and an indignant .
fl ,.r.> ,avow their determination to support him, 'people. I fibs:M bile Register gives the following sits in his seat-ererJ.moai a! ,
forget have !
they of their
and. should be well any own. Letevery 1.r with'his uncharigeablfreyes fixed ?'
weighed by all, who have WHIG izatibnof the vote in the Senate upon the 1.y y, 'hh'r
air respect for liberal form of governmeni | Southern,Whig read the following extract RATIFICATION. MEETING: IN 'NEW, : hesitating Senator, like a tiger prtf*.
the Wilmot :Proviso in the
His 1 from a letter of Gen HENRY WILSON, one of he= YORK.. poration .or. : {"" :deadly spring, There is hardly gjj.

mere military; qualifications: are probably j Philadelphia delegate, to "- the Whigs of the After, considerable interval- and many un T with* Mexico. And yet;with these".> facts but? ::q units' befre.it.? A'sP thi

> /. ; nat!superior to,those of many officer? in our arn eighth successful, attempts the, theireyes,*Southern'lYhi8shive' no word suppose t h 'ttheyliclieved; :iiithe.. ,. the
Congressional district
< of .WhigS'of New York
biaaaachusetCan ,
r J
'R y -an4 if the be I. =the the e l.er r: -
i 1, principle establish roach to cast' their Northern persti 0 power JO
that they be so blinds not to perceive'that they city were at;;length enabled to get up a TAYLOR_ P ; upon all" seemed 'fascinatedifrith'itthey *r
". _> military eminence is the sole path towards :: pb
W c, r are mere tools in the hands_of the ratification meeting.! From? the:published re- Partizanship atones for a P sins Flying":him;' ire certalfl'rof: lJSl .
t the the 'h
Presidential. chair, late war, will have ta.port the .The i injunction"ofjSecreyjr: t hasbeen .Dixan4Hainbnamd otherNet0
of th'e
3 No
democratic proceedings as in,
paper has ever,so, bitterly d.Dounced Whigpapers' '
manufactured a host of military candidates forth I from;the Senate proceedings_on the#? di ; are Provischmenr them the sidte the
the whole
highest civil offices, whose only recommendation '. the schemes of Whiggery,'as this good affair must have beeatas he of the treaty :with Mexica=and th$votes : 'fear';approach.171'; Thy. hire.: nai/ I

is that have Massachusetts Whig: richest thing of the season,the only ;m i sketch'pf the'debatea> ,'iuepnblished'.Id. n'themselves/V 'I Io-y.; off
they fought, well for their Ice exhibited to tionalIntelligenoer; : 'I' .d -ifWhither shall theJflli ', ."
= I went to Philadelphia a whig and I appearing have.lcen.in the liberal : by8a
m countryj 'Whose'nly, knowledge of hUmanrjt na ; can 'Our attentioil 1wnS'; particularly-drawn; 1fi 1 wrath and'infinit despalrrru
truly saj that I; came home a whIg: The1ma $impartial distribution of hundreds of,black '
# and:political has : for incorporating the Wilm, '-\ { I. -:Xt
: economy been acquired J rit1.o( the convention, however adopted la eyes and bloody.noses. As to the spirited proposition *" ': ... ., de T
manwas in tl e'vote -
in the battle field. dift'et'cnt'ourse. to the 1 viso the treaty ;; and by ;: 1 'hEcp
Casting winds all ,
the her with'which: this TAYioa tification motion made SS'.'tND BUTLEIIKIUUISI91fI'
meeting was rejected. The Ras ,t itr
..;' ;. ; professions of ; }
; ; That the years demolishing at'a
< Philadelphia convention in the single
alt nomlhatlonof blow, the old' arid o g.tried platformonwhich .. ,got up and, carried:t hroughj/hear. the comments I March by Mr. Baldwin.the new lYhig $e ; cids 't\Yh1g'piospect. :'vthile rrai!
Gen.:TAYLOR. and it lost 15 to 38 f't Detiia jrl
apparently sacI they had always stood.lhey l of the N.Y. Tribune from Connecticut, was ; that the nomination oi ;
surrenderedvat .: .
.' rifice, ,their party upon the shrine of availability [ discretion tojGeneralTaylor: and 0, Yeas-Athertonj-Dii; and Niles three : received with unusual'caldn to

I. ,i* proved by.the united;voice'of the'coneisteat' the willing) serfs.under him;of the'co'ntemptible, became been An.address' 'and resolutions are said to have ern democratsi') r- *" i..1, : :which-is|confirmeduty?;*&* "n." "':3 il.l 1
\ adopted; though'-we' confident less Clarke. iCorwin,. Pavis t, b ti .
bbligarchy of the south.5 Baldwin, ? : rnNationaltlltg '
of the ; They voted ,. -
r Whig press Union.i But as we for 1 a tfian a quarter of the meeting.had lany.ideaeat of ,
Dayton qreen.eMiller! Phelps Upham atiofi
to Sc iiketH
man be the standard-bearer' of the :- nifictl''journals J tsN 'er
have'before contents.Vg' ,
declared' this seems. tons certainly' heard no'syllable : ninq .nortbernwhigs one'Itndepea
"a only a : : :, ?
1; Whig partlh party which has :
ruse. de guerre. They haTe not,a abandoned all embracing within its ranks'the boasted of of either,though there rigs a time when we were' elected by the,whigs, and e stoop ''to, such disgracefol O ,, I Jell

v horse of, procuring a. revival of,their the intelligence,:the'decency'the; great body of told that somebody pas(reading> resolutions. ...Clayton:, ai ffil'Spruanct-, 'Southern.. single p ragrapKcwitains,the"t: ,
ruinous tle
< morality, and It(is said,;too, that the\;question was taken on -.tOtal'15.r: ;; :w:4 ( ,<1". art!' .
f li icy. ,OD the contrary they. thereligion'of the nation professing to nominations and esnenf forih: ; f;'smal1ah1 I'-- ;-b
p : : .are playing apmein the represent that of General Taylor teas i Nays-Ashley, Atctiison. ;BagbyJ : ; f
: which hare staked 'A higherand'moie; refined sentiments of confirmed;j but ne heard. { + t lI. the truths! So,.far f rom; ar C.
: they all on a lost the American people:;,a'man whose nothing,of[ that. ?iWhy 1 Butler;/Calh01lDt Davis of Miss 'Downes,1. use ln
.., [ than )aiid l see'" in ,'otl oonrsoetaln "but' to'those who his chief recommendation so;clumsy aa/arce should,have.,been";played; Hunter, Johnson$>ij, .Ga;jLew 8i'!iMason-, ; if nominatioD/of: th !'Democra i .had; ,
; edt .. urge claims; is, when the public was == la' ext
'il expressly warned beforehandby Sevier. Tiirneyand Ynlee i?Southern i witi unusual
-1 .1,1.n. ,: ie.' .,., .thatthe y to that he is a slaveholder-the reputed owner of -;ali. the ratifying: journalsi\thaV9nly; crats. ii* ** *?*, #,- -- *- Jt-, *A A, coldnessrxe;: ltOi t-
1, l .decUration two hundred human';'beings--and f iOj/ose<< JnJThe .{ TATLOR that he i ONLT favorably. to tTayJorjhad= any business\ .to jBa gerI3e \ Berrien.:'Crittenden, *A I
for whose &**
ould be the reason nomination is; that he has been open ,their, heads at;the cano not I renlbusiasra m" thi s city sad .' '\ .
lt candidate nO'partl-that'he J a'successful' in roar meeting;>-:we! of La., Johnson of 41dY MangunV.:,Pearce; \ '1... ;: ., A
general a which
'f1y I believe -
eR t > be imagines > ; istic-rjt : .
v" "
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.. Wy certainly,'obeyed ;ithe iVcscriptli 'j derwood Southem>hiss..},: .:s;;;'1. '..,, I l j.jjt1u: : ?! i' .

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MOCRATlowMEETING; .2 of ', ,.;'DU..u ._ ,'--"' 1,.' "' J. I'JII.e''TIti .MJ'"I""j- : '- -- -t. 1 1J1 ;
; > '' < <. rg: 'hicNmP 1.J 1Vh ii\h '_
Ii to" -- % W"say "jynofffw* $y j'lW''"*!"* ,_ _
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of the 4
: firo*ly; attended meeting -.16e political world assumed a'newphase mcan jg-"W&S,OWerw.I.1.--v. : j !

I t''orthe precinct of Jac'ksonYllle, held iio By the last-accounts froni Parisf it would seem; the lon, t s1ectedfln thPIatsof 'inBT/m ta LWIj.9t tdL

ft1" thitthbopes; ofthe.mpdrrMepataxe1ijely ..npiro t 'e"llo 'r S i
pecrtS r Aina ;
10th inst Mr C1-1* in -- -
the .
, CTcnin fi- to bodefeated 'the'revival "41' t !
by of the old Napoleon lr orM fi1is,i1i dMk ?
: t4 \l lldj1fl llc C. oth /feelings ;4 party, Bus ained-byithiiiaui' 'ilh two different flags, to ran tip in'the I .I'h1r-l fj ha. m nri3'J iAmu &a it"n ;; :.Jf 'f. .- ;: ;tt;

, Co r td to act as Secretary. adopting as its watch.word memorable names of of theiistari J\,>triea.h0ft'"l Kellodft KflckNy ) if' V k\
..t j { t1i ,
AT1Iail'StC\m ,... .
17J't the District Committee fort the empire, has arisen.in,favor:of.prince Louis' ..old: flag 1the Republic off Mexcr anti theoth. =. < I'o oo\l,: < .\N .; ,'.i
hI of Oonmittees of Napoleon.;" Since .his tri mp1i tJ.on-to j thc OfdiiueWB p bU bt I;be*tft-It.bttatsiifcaejrr uv the several eoety get the Assembly elevation author .These two tiwtt. l .
; to imperial pmmenedp6Tonimated, Juir.iah4H&ii! & & : 4 fr
1.4 FIZI. motion a committee the ity has been openly)spoken of :and.it and Stetkne BL ,a.1 .>. .
read, on ) 4waa'a -' belligerent:.struggle) which ibecarae,sow* ) .im.r ltOIajsSa .,,<., : ;
r.n certained that a movement had.been set foot rictus that CoL Ga f J l' F s.tJ\ I
ppointcd to draft resolutions exprcsrtw on es had;tw;interfere.and stop & :'- :.ff 1.n nv hl ,.
ft e in relation to er to effect it. .As soon as the, Government'had.: thi quarrel, by cutting down,-tht flag eta >* I' S.W3. ii. 1"t ;41 ,

;' ,. e.r f the meeting ; been apprised of.this movement, one hundred: The party in favor.of,tho hew Republic,.then J uly 6tb.Brig ; :.
. : dioos of the Baltimore Contention and thousand troops were ,con entratl by, its'orders ofi red CaL Gates three hundred fife hundred July LondottnAyn-Gaadal apfc.-

> upon embarking in the Prerest. about the capital.: Disturbances occurred even a thousand dollars for theetff) .bit-_he ftilnalt.11tStrOcaulgeeMbNeI.tysaJuIy ., ti
feelings- The oommittec were instruct- in nightly., On Saturday,during one of the riots,: refused, and ordered,it,to,be.cnt; up. l t.'.' l..tJa.-StUm .s.et.,-, ...4 *,*tialn-.' < ".; .

, 'lIIgaA*1 CO.; Wednesday eve- two, thousand, the disorderly persons were : The party of the old Republic however,liar- ,Savannah.iw.'k&r.r'b: & na..iEiD&.zit.
: upon the en u lug hemmed in and taken prisoners-. whom ing '!'gained the pedestal & .jtfitjTt l.
'report among! ) rigged op]a;.staff,and ,!: imm a*** -**+! *- m !. ..
tili 1fhich time the meeting adjourned. The were English Americans, and even women.. ., hauled up the eagle of the Attec,whilst the Stern ., : Tax ** **:.* ---.tt.'

.' ercning, the 12th inst, the the In the Assembly tyrants .and dictatorshipswere Madire Republicans :betook rthemsehres ;to COflor'sNotjec4r :

ffcdnesday made their report reprobated and'denounced. The people '.some prominent public building, and threw oat: T'DB undersigncdiTax'Collector for Duvtl' :.Wf.\

OJttee abofe appointed however, appear divided in sentiment,and as.is the new banner from the loftiest turret,: t c ttountj,'hereby gives notice- that he will l\" f m
roUonlig resolutions. were adopted by old usually the cue where the least influential are further learn that the party orthe.nei' attend rAt ,- foot : .i"J; ,Y $.

4tbe the most noisy, cries of Tire laRepabliqneJwere.drowned Republic offered to purchase from CoL Gates all ,At Catvf ReId'.ir ..jY. taUoar :'t'b1.t.c&tah"t >1A

feetig. full confidence in the by, those of vive Bonaparte.-,.The.excitement the munitions;of wa at Tampico";.belonging to 7"fn. t'_ ( rit tri't 7.J- h
a That we have had communicated itself to the military the.Ufiited States jbuMhe: Colonel'having LawrwiccByan' Hot EL John's tI.i +

. |B integrity, and ability of LEWIS Demo- ,and the clamor was joined ,in by.portionsof authority to sell, had to decline ,the offerer VII'Wednoday SBA'JalyJnsfi'Pr <... .. t j j { ,

..i\S :d WILLIAM o. BUTLER anathatwe, as .' more than one regiment.. ,," They hate;'however, raised a large earn of.money ,Lt CL Job Brolrard'.HoTise, Cedar' Creek.: (t..
and '
?StatesD1en ag men> Lamartine mounted the tribune,pale with which has been "DFtide.r.lthit1fI1fs Q 1 ,- ':1 ;- '
# of the Demo- ; excitement .placed.at ,the disposal of a & 'f' Jy ;
asd them to the support and demanded the restorationof AtRJchird Dflten's Hottsek( ";
; firmly distinguished American; for the of : Pmt
purpose procuring .
't oo.m c.-.1.of tJlis .tC.rcsc1veJ the law of 1832., (the act of ,expatriation). the necessary means to carry,out their rAt n Monda3lssJuIyinat. '-" tI,d' ,:.."

. :& That in giving In our adhesion toe tion against Louis Napoleon. While he was speaking plans. Look out for some decided and.stirring Darling VPrett3storCIayBm-o-. t .

.. 1 'tions of the Baltimore Convention in the confusion was increased.; The cries events. which.must. soon occur ,on.th. line af :Tuesday let August. i" '." :
: n011l1nctuated by a blind adherence I from without of Tive 1'Empereur, rose above the the Sierra Madre.N. O. Dtha. At William TJi ui at' House{, Thomasville.'oir. t ; .t

;0b degrading man worship-but the din; and Lamartine took his seat overwhelmedwith Wednesday 2nd August; e -> nyj % .
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At the '
r psrty ttlcl'conriction that we are thus subby conflicting .emotions." Information was Slow Court Hooie Jack n ville,on Frida,'. 'l; .
a ; received at this moment that National Guard but Dreadful Sure. The Yankee Blade turdqU Bftaoajr the4th 5th and
of our common counernnyof a 7th Au
intCTests Cal- ;''
- the the best Scvth in particular, in this last had been shot In referring to it he feelingly tells" the following.: Its "an Immense":story: :" .gust' .. .. :: 'r.l1* '' t>x
of our history. remarked that this was the first blood shed in Speaking fthat powder which burnt T.half. Frthe purpose of ftC 14ingtheTes a isesscd ..... !;
it .:
Statical period the cause despotism- and not in that of republican up before the .owner could. "put the) fire'out" for Revenue,. of the State for the 1eaiF! ; i .
That had we even felt any hesitanhe liberty. .said an oldtown gunner .the other day "puts 184& and for taking the'' Census'of' alI"hite ,. J
11red : ;
81lpport the Hon. Lewis Cass ps The proposed decree was, sanctioned. Despite me in mind'of some I once had. 'Twas a1ow childrea';between the ages ot'lix and eighteen **. r !;;.,

q'Dt, and embittered attacks upon him byte ral of this decision the emeutiers declared that but 'dreadful tare.' My fowUn rpiece'.bd yearsj iII-,wb a law:pass.d atth*i:' i. :

]infcutf Pronto pseudo democrats, and ,I Louis Napoleon shall take his seat on Tuesday i been loaded.with. of it for:a"'day or two, in last Session "of the' Geii iiI 'Assembly thbi \'lZ 10\1 lt

whiff and abolition parties of the north next The excitement continued. Resistance anticipation,of a lick at some kind of wild fowl, ..State. A..A UAKOVAi" t'r. :. 'i-
eire aceoant of his friendship for the south toiff I was threatened and barricades attempted but when one morning in the fall:about 'dayUrcak, Tax Assessor l"and c ;' -'Duval Cow ,4fli

Ct with the equivocal position occupied byJverS3ry of the overwhelming military force nipped all in I discovered a large flock.of'ducksy. twenty-five Jacksonville,.July. 13th,'1848; ": 41.
coin- -
would have erased every cavil the bud. at least'gunners are proverbial for.large stories : !
com ] in a pond distant from house one-fourth : .H < "
from our minds. On the same day the Assembly revoked their my # i !
fcrtt of a mile I took my'g- and started far them ,the Ofcard ;
Jao1rrd That we view the nomination decree and admitted Louis Napoleon to a'.seat. ASESSlONof o-Co1fut1Com t

Tailor, by the whig party, as an [Here, our-.despatch says "upon which Ledru and keeping undercover. .of .astonewall, soon .;C-iWiIl be"held the26th *;$AJ
retain over the American people bytheue.ns Rollin and Lamartine will follow example" got as near as I wanted to be, when I pulled S eptemberforalloirancet the Tax*Assessor tl'
power and the trigger, but. no report'followed. .She flashed and Collector r of said county of"Errors .
of mere "avaibility,7' to which we infer mean that somebody has resigned Over> I
democratic votes and that it is the u1t(rl i is and that R. and L. would follow the in tIre pad. I had forgotten:to take my prim charges and Insolvencts' in Tax List. '' rv>, \KV

ofthat party, by using a President who derlires example.] ing with me,,so I was forced to go back to. thouse' WM. F. CRABTRBE, President )!
aim pre- I rfof my'powder horn;which I did in no Board' County Commissioners *J' ftjfij
be bound to priuciples On .
that he will no political Wednesday Paris was tranquil and the I
the pleasant mood, I tell you; bat just as I got most .r!''7:1: ,,1 848. f a
liberties of the
to ride over great populace were waiting the arrival of Louis Napoleon ; home heard ._ ._ 1t. J .%!l
a slight commotion in the barrelof I .
rf thfe RepubliC, through a Congress ( ) in- from England, which may be the signal L I -H.V* )i
my piece, and looking.tnto the.munle found -NOTICE.
to make their own and for renewed discord. .JT'-
will; strife Presigny, of the
they thel charge was making its,way slowly out. I I. IX TVEEE8 n"da: e"eth.bscri :
thus successful, experience Bonaputists had been arrested which would L .
if they are be ; t
started back to old L
, taught us will sacrifice every thing to the promote of returning confidence in the govern. my :position, and, resting will apply to the Hon.. the Judge,of ProA
the grin the i f
ment to maintain themselves and the republic.In upon wal1) took a. good e.imat, the bate for.Nassau Countyfor 1 Letters of'Adrniniar
iggrandizeThCfltcsolref not ducks and in about five minutes after she J.1Jr'
went the
'1 That in the nomination of consequence of the great political agitation off, andv tilled etery moth '.'son. of them f1 'a aidcountydeceaaed.en estate of Joseph. Bergallo. late 0(.fi j1.:YJ
six .
Fillmore find a confirmation of this plot hundred commercial houses of Paris : : 41.

the Whig: y,who knowing him to be violently the had suspended.At .D.O\llNGOACOSTA": / .. 3 'll'i "I..1'1""
] adverse to the constitutional rights of to Amiens a proclamation ,had been issued,. A Funny JBrror.-i-The erroneous report of JOHN A..CAVBDO. : .,T. 1;

: tuuti,aim to court the support of the the calling the people to arm, to place Louis Napoleon the abdication of;the KIng of Prussia in the: Fernandina. Fla,. July 1.848. 6t .;t.;" ?9*
the throne. Other of English papers,'is funnily accounted for The I [ .J .
, abolitionists by electing him Vice President.thirebj day on party the coun < t
. securing his casting vote in the. of try, as far as heard frora .have .manifested no operator had become highly excited by the revolutionary.newst Administrator's: fc .< 4. .f' ?i'! ?

, States{Mnate. predisposition to the movement. The Prussian dispatch came rJ1HE Subscriber, having'qualified as'Admin"._'9 % '
when .his feelings were up to fever: heat. .1. Jatrator:OD the Estate:of the late'Robert n
Jo1ved, That in our opinion the a TheKing-clf Prussia has G.Livingston &&' '
gon&PoL" to 1veu to. all '.
adopted by the democratic party of Florida, [ .] LATEST FROM EUROP. & In notJuu 'minut.e the' communication L persons. (Creditors, Legatt and .Distributees, .. *:. ;
the Madison Convention, contains true BY THE CAMBRIA. was on its way to the office. Not and others'haTiug"dtmAD1flr.agt.) ,
nil we hereby reiterate and adopt those rc Mis No resignations have, it appears,'taken'place long after,'however, the newspaper dial wa agitated, and L tate, to present them properly authenticated:'saidie ,>>t ill
Rations as our own, and express our determtion in France though the Liverpool Times says- then came ."sdam Within the time
making it..read .thus prescribed by.Jaw ta.th
.SU >/ .
to adhere to them. will "It is said that Ledru Rollin' immediately resigned u the King of Prussia has gone to Potsdam." scriber, if by mail, post'paid,,or this notice will] tci'r t:.:. ;.i
and that {
Lamartine would follow his .It tj.
Resolved That in giving our adhesion to coin- b plead'in
example" ,- barothemrreoyejy. .,.11r ',f .:! ..10"''' .'a
lorainations of the Baltimore Convention we a The Constitution 8ttgat Plantations in'the &7Idmieh Islands. i JJA.MESA.PEDEN .. .JI":1'. i .
ire our full approbation of the course fa new in France was said to The Newnansrille July I. 184$. 14C.fL; t.
Polynesian November' 27th We f. ;$w .:
be ready for Rumor says:- i! : Ji.-
presentation. states that
t-the from Florida i that Conventioiloing of a ,
delegates n have received *'yWcti
of brown
as they were their duty to their the President to hold office for four years 'will.be McLane's a bag sugar from Mr. .:' J, .Sheriff's(-Sale, it,'/i re: :..1/.4. <
m'l. recommended,and that M. Arago will probably plantation, which looks well-light I,virtue of'.wnt 'of h.'pissued f1' ;,
loent and the instructions of thc out of 3 ,
& obeying any be selected. colored and of a-rm grain, showing a considerable .; j: ioa Contention. of tol ;
A the improvement over past crops. We can recommend Florida for the J'i-.
very strong petition to Assembly was County:of IDuval I.will
On motion the Democratic of th they it' ;to" be, publics A ; expose 1 r tI\ '
papers in tht course of signature recommending M. eugaramill'has.been to public sale, in front of the Court House in the i
State; were requested to publish the proCCt Caussidere for the office. Neither Lamartineor ordered from the United States for a new Town .ofJacksoiiyill&jit: said'county.con the: 1 a i
RoBin mentioned. plantation about being started Makawaov ./ second in : > w : '{r..r
, jngs of this meeting. the are I .. ..t Monday July next,between tW JegaL 4 ; I. ; :
M. Wm. Tell Poussin has been appointed Minister i i > hours of sale onthatday;a certain female .
CJIAS. M. COOPER Chairman. I negro *t> '
to the U. States. Check to, a Scandal Hier.--irconriea- slave, called Chloe-and her chi1d.Geol'ge.takeD. .t

: nn.te- :! The Spanish Minister, Xavier Istnrie has and his newly married wife live; happily jtogetherP : in execution as the property of Joseph B..LanVr:> .);! il'-t

GE\ BUTLER IN NEW ORLEANS. left England without an audience to take leaveof asked an'inquisitive i lady..of,a wag..The;. caster,ta satisfy an execution in favor of Gouldf .i\'lt;. !

The A. 0. Delta gives the following her majesty. gentleman gave,a"significant. turn to his countenance '.!.Banks & CO> THOSvfcEDWIIIL?!, t : :;1.'J'
The subscriptions on behalf of Mrs. Mitchell ,'but said nothing; t.lLa'iyou don't'mean'that Junr17,1848,, h en"e.. -. :....,- t.'1"
ing account of the reception of Gen.BUTLER, tb have reached 1100, say $5,500. I ," pursued his Interrogator" The wag gac J3r'THe'ib te'ealeu posfpo"nedtothe'fiSkMonday'ln .t" 1-" 'tt
re .
Democratic candidate for the Vice l>' The Irish'Tribune the Oth Jane I another look of direful and August l ", '. !
} to appeared on import, sadly shook .. -' nex. 'J fr l rt ; ?;:\ .
Ijtlic' Democracy of Ken Orleans- I Pre in place of the United Irishman. his head. "You don't mean to say that they: '- -' ? 1.. -, ...1. !

Thc Councils having omitted to tender i it be; The Emperor Austria' has announced by; quarrel" '"Worse' ri that J,ma'am."'said the DRAMBLERfoy4' '. '-"..fi'"t.
letter that he will return to the Capital to : wag, for the first time using' his tongue.-:' laT sitt \ '
him the hospitalities, of the city, the JJ lli :u! openDiet 't T* ir mj+r XUKUO1* 1 .or
the 26th of June. "What! does he beat her?" '
<7 look fire at the alleged neglect and on Hhl. far worse, T '- .tine, and will returntc Jfr'"
mined to take the matter,in their own hantlN :. ; It is said that the Pope has expressed a most. sh6-she beats.him." "Oh my gracious'said aCkOnvilleaboinith 1st-of J !1''ahdi; mafal Jr

the Democratic Central Committee set Gen.' anxious desire to visit Ireland. the lady; starting back,. "be'ztsimf Well, I, then about two weeks; after which: he.intend, r ,iJ' .
: never."' She ;'was about to dart off with'the to.spend two or.thrcemonthsinthc_ : '
fork tu give the General a Democratic we]1ome. Pro- FRANCE; "porv ;: .th .:
Tne airangetueuts were on a sealo I and I The Prince de 'J Joinville and Due d'Aumale; news to a sele' circle' tabbies, whe 'the'rijf 1 tion of Georgia;, Persons iishing ,his serricea.J1'thereforejplease \.ift'j:{
tt .her back and cai
great: magnificence, but it was vain to : I report says, have passed some days in I'arisal,' [-:' tone assuming' a inock' heroic i! Wol'sHott. earlyJn July, 't 1i r.-
Jo curb or rcklraiu the enthusiasm of the i by so that the Duke of Bordeaux has been.there/ is at,chess f9 ., she beau him:but. it. : .June 24th 1848. .. ;.f 4"S .f j 't'. .: ):
ty rcgulaLious or plans. The to be and been received Duke Montemart :'
any by the ,and .- .. 2;ic: \.
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'Were determined to have their own way, passed a day with his nurse. 9 .in.. h. -."h. $ ..:-- p .. .' t;!! .,. .
pre full reins to their feelings. at a ,The Prince de Joinville. however, is said to Longevity, of 4ftieaiu.Thu t Hanover {.) A RRBSTEDi&fid' .rr.iJSHIfrZi aUfYJi... ., /:.' 1.i.'t ,..,
tod orders were all forgotten, and a wild t have refused to encourage an attempt to overthrow -; Spectator menti ns" the' death in}Maryland, of xL Doval committed',ta 'the:Jail of t'ittl {

multuous enthusiasm prevailed thoughout the existing government. The attemptsof : two old family servants,.neither;,one of whom S f County; a runaway negro'aboci$ t ,

whole ceremony and procession. At-dusk tter the police to arrest these dangerous visitors; could have been much, if anything less than says ee61nths.Ixbeigbtjandtouuyjni that.,.he*has t..: lit : 'ift ;
crowd began to gather on Canal street, though aware of their been one hundred old. been tried eaonvjctd1
.presence. had unsuccessfuL years They d lived and!: Nassau cvanty for ( i t i
scene of the demonstration of will : enticing away and harboring 'WA
great Taylor .died upon the farm on which they were born. & J.II!
,eek. And here 'We must pay the Whigs The chief subject of discussion in political Similar instances of longevity are more frequen- th negrcelavebeIonging.to.saiae countyl:! Mr. W. Alberti, of l j g

compliment duo to them for the courtesy circles, and tha source of serious alarm to the and remarkable amongst negrg -,lave than any hoth 'a.. :Thepersoneppersotai. va r 'R
!right .to demand
liberality which prompted them to tender The Republican parties,is the diffusion of the spirit portions of the community, ; p lease come( ISrd f"l; f'i$'
their Democratic brethren the of the mhaxges takahIi
use from of imperialism throughout the country, but _- {! d.
form erected by them for their meeting. more especially in the army. Several regiments !. away.. II .JOS.: A.BABEE,, ';iJt >
No. 4. 'tf:1.r
this ,. ( ) Jailor Duval
platform the Democrats had raised, at 3 have shouted "Vive 1'Empereur!" many V 1Iq'71'f,.

her side and in the centre staffs, from more have cried LVive Louis Napoleon!I" When BEWARE. OF. COUNTERFEITS. ''A.NDmr-, .: :-.JacboIlYilJerHa.13. ,. 1S4&.- .? : w. t't

floated three beatiful flags of the stars dem the name of,Louis Napoleon wlUhannotlnced .T. TIONS. : ? STATE F. ; -I' :
., stripe There were also on the platform New from the steps of the Hotel de Ville, the military :The unparalleled astonishing efficacy .' PLOUJD4zcouNTrop.vL., -, >.' 'tt1r' ,. !
great variety of banners who DR. WISTAE'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY ) .
transparences were on the place raised their caps on ;* i -?"* J '
and escutcheons which we will notice occa the tops of their bayonets in token of exulta in all the diseases for whichit recommendedi To. 'aU.'to '''' that Pezu:1jj4'' ;tJ :

fttficularly when we come to describe the caring many.cases after/the) skill of.the best. "Oruti1fg1It- .. "' tq,." tlnrtttssM "?: .1.- :

cession.At ( ) I tions.DENMARK ,AND THE DUCHIES : physicians was'railiDg-haa effected large e r'i.wren e. yn,nu. ua .'..i'1 4$1' ..
seven the big mouthed cannon of the un I and increasing :demand for it. .This f fact f has : .k UI J.L'. .JI 't''o' f.a't .
ran Maj.Galb/8 battalion began to bellow of The war has been renewed between'the Danes caused many unprincipled counterfeiters and (atidii )fL4 I % .lWu.a'Iih G-4 A\WIlJUIoo .. .: -r'o'tJ 0 1r

tr window mediation appear at n'end. This said the lar It. :
panes in the neighborhood. i a namaJld.appea farjhe genuine Bal m.tt!mfd .btyrdeceased..aaid f' .'- A '
oonas it was rockets let off and former will'agree tono other,settlem nt; An ._ meaalled8yrupoWild ChCLB -"p f
dark were full I "' j| Wi or .to t.and admonish:alT _.'.."J.. "tt. :
uu signal a thousand torches, flambeaus action was however, fought between'the belligerent _;:ot:SpUcenard,1;"Wild':"Cherry Comfreyft&fc azid' _t1'next'of.kin! nd!'creditors of ; "'f" II'.'
wMaparencieswere demo-I. troops on the 5th lust, and appears I to Another."West erV Balaam of .
lighted up, and threw Wjld s .. bet
tmgut glare over the dark masses which ,I have resulted to the advantage of the Danes,'i as Cherry,", misspelling the name. ,and forgingcertificates fore = Ddq.Jf ..b1tmr'.eJtorbeEt; .t $ :

thi wide street (it is 150 feet wide) aa for lust the Germans were unable to force the Danish .to resemble those of the.true.BaLjamP- ; r t ;,

.the eye'could reach. A fine band -d! re I position at Duppel, though they succeeded 'at ."Dr. Wiatar's,'.Bslitntn ,off:Wild,Chth7r!is,the o&herw,LeU< iCf;.Administration .M JtJU ,h WV(, t*! 'r

s ost delightful and animating music on I first in driving in the Danish advanced posts- only.genuine. The::rest merely imitate th'e said will i&ai U toid Lawrence Kjan.: %... ( ; >feri' :.

Platform on which were assembled the : S The .Hanoverian. loss' is officially. stated to< amount :name of thc original while.theyposseaaouc. f c' ", .WitiKis my nanid and the seal of 5"thiafpJolyVA.D. & -M.
the to 8 killed and wounded but < ,
Veterans of the his 52, ,no certain {tji_ irtiTi. L 5fcjt J
1814 and 815 officers ) u't111. 3rd
.h r .j ti; :knLOOWELITO ,; "{ I tzmct' .J J I(1..1.
the ?1,and the bearers of the escutcheons account, :has yet:'been; published" of'the TREM.ABKS.OY.Ta: E J el lit'Jii!" and forty:* { 't!te .
thirt Prussian'loss, which however: generally estimated vltf } j -. .i. """"* I." "f .J
Butes of the Union.r sena 1' 1 j1. /t .oENUIN\ : eIg1j t.'tJ: (- ,11T tP*fA.TL' ; q
'at from 300 '.to 400"men killed and ; .tI;; "*" f :-ti .atjjj1q..". .::..1 1: : .
""l"t' .
Preettly a loud cheer 'from the of *"" *' /* V ": n ..'i 1 .
cameP TbenuBiIiit p 1nbottteit IJlI 'L .4LU .Jr.. ..
o lAnai in wounded.. The loss the'Danes ppeare-itO .1 be in "
streets and a long procession, the words/DrT Wistaria Balsam of Wild Cherry JJili1tJfaof D i7.Jl ; J
by fine band hitherto unknown as estimate of it has been rt 8.M84& r-:14
of music,and bearing A forest con the Phihv." blown in!tie glass j'each.bbtfle bearing -g Ji4y. s.l'tpH64. .... f.g"f,.. ::1J 'f .t. r.
by Hamburg V .
flag8 of all nations, and transparencies of : the given papers. > v **. t. T- i'-I T.. 'n T I.- 44, t. '.''
label the front With ie i' }
_- ., ;'. a on ,: signature of L i.'I. t. 'II
Jevice, marched the left side of the street.ee !, -,' I 4 $ t.r'.8:1I8,11ee.1.t
-i4.in 1.v{ J. 1:".'I.y ilEs IWJ8T1L D.\,. 'tt'n, '
were the Democracy of the Third Aw York City Taxes ad DdI.'Th fci Y: -This will:be enveloped hereafter.with s new iUPbSCJnUY; ftg:: laibb"i oreaaB ; t$

puity.. They were closely followed by .ani State taxes in'New'York city this year. trill:' wrapper;:copyrightsecured;; .J844oa.irhieh'; '/%. 'on tHe Eftate of Mrs. Sophia FTetalng; u c14'4] i:

!t Urge body of hardy, able-bodied, bold require a rate of tax'upon the,aggregate valaa-,' ;will always appear the written'.signature of H.' heirs creditor?, or. titled to.distributlou,1rill, t s : ,

jug Zue*; bca"Bg a banner inscribed with a : 30th tion of the real and personal estate of the city, ',BUTTS wa.v! T"5 "-*" *;* ,: *(K'A: ,.-'{-t#. ,; render them in Within*tifo.yeaff.-bfe the will i t. ;J

l2 a hip ou the stocks and with is of$1,11 for'100/being 'an increase of near'eix; i L. l Be careful;and feetrthe .genuine' .?.; be d1a1r'p,.' niiit-i lo:ia1d-. .. :r '3
.00000hc mottoes. These were the e' cents for 3100'on the last'year's tax.1(With the TAR'S/BALSAM_OF WILD:C EttRY.f.fODS .taW1f11J'' Dc' : : ,. '

'C -buildera of Algiers. Then came by a $12,000,000, debt, the Mayor,also says:."That' genuine unless;signed bjLBUTTS.tsAddrei : ;:i ;. ,.$ 1 t ;t D

'ery l deputation. Lafayette, on: unless more. economy be introduced into the dpartments Le- all orders to SETllW.fOWLE..Boston MassA .,'# -": ,184A'LLPEOSt.tetigt.af.; ",.;.. oi'""" ,,'. .P t""r' t.
:! by that staunch Democrat, Col. Isaac : s and '',tracts'already authorize,. :*i 'Forsale, wholesale.and.retajl,by. M.-ri ';" 't" ".fA..I.ratol"Jt. 8tle E 1

reston. Next' the indomitable Col. 'High t.. It be sUspena4'f*Zar 9"deficiency must ntcessarilycnsaef' -{, T.O.4IOLMR8',&t co-h"fJ' J ftli. tZ
we ] \ I ft.; u .
b. delegation fram the patriotic town of ;; ri"1 JW J i,! Jacksonville.'EJF. -fJLTthd late Josioa Miller, .are hereby DOt

ree Pzst various delegations fell into it_has ; : : .-,' i. ?-,:;'"" ,iy-r: *4 And.by Druggists genenU,.throughout th fied,.That;onv;the htfL tot January, 1849. I .;.r;
sembbge, and contributed to swell up What a: J&rrufc.Pieiarr" United : shall' } : 31
Jrt accounts
rod NewlI'ark"oti "'f" rt'l1. iW j 11T"C.i. present my and vouchers .Administ -
2 .
P0U8 velum We think it would not it is last _,
Friday four men:who vrere eo drunk that = '- ,,to.&he Hon. Jadge.dfPrbbates.JdandforAlachuaCotiatyjiio7 ;
utraf: gutt to estimate the number on I they could. '. "' #---ji.-" .- i J\ '
scarcely stand, were seen bearing acoffincontaining : ; 1TtAR1 : : final settlement._
gobd at 20.000. 'Such wItS the estimate : nd < i
the from
full discharge
# corpse ofa grown person tt ; Jr h' : .t4..tqna4tII Jd ::4J3i.
Ion winguUbcd militery gentleman. whose' Regi4 followed by two,women' as mourner*)-and .9 I\'.D'I"'lJm." ..1.!.on..>.tile_ .i.05.-8 tn.JJ. .DUV8. .?twin<,*j.ut son of. iiand of eaid ItslatkVantlahallj'pray .a-distributioii ,

An"e at4 on the fuhj'Ct. ; i. Ic a boycarrjing( t a'shbnr J T6e"le1'en pus i i Mrs.JAKE.CKABTK agedr t1.. ear? :thereof. J.- 'JQ31AH SJECKJ5GBBAd, ) ?. & :
t2t "
escort of thirty-two young Democrats,. : ,.' ,. .. '. 't, .- <, composed. : entire fcfiiaud l 3??H* > 'V 4t. :,..";. ithin: eight day-)' J." .,!,.Jf'. .. <"I r i; $t tt 1

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".9 ." _:. WILL be,offered for sale at.public outcry, constantly pnJ ,nd a vrelr.assorted TO2'H;' 'OF'SOVTHCARO- rJ- :-- -It." .4SA1IAPAflILLA... .. '. 4'" "' m i1dlug n to,the public. 1 i .. h._. \
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i d,4: front ef the Court House' in the town. of _\ ;' LI74' GEORGIA*%ALABAMA: ..MI&8IssI1'Pl This Extract. jui'upu ., varibi1disjxtjmecheaper L'D..MOOB. }; eor. of Grand Lt'I

,II4. "; tf Ne1tl&Dn111un said county on Mondgy the ,, 'TENZ1E3SEE,; FLORIDA.LOUISIANA : pleawntcr, and warranted. superior -, Alh. 1.Au". :.1 ... '' ". II f'
:.4::. 14Ux'day August next,within the legal hours (Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, ?**: "* ,,1; -r n: t. to any*sold. jltjctiresdiseases: Vilhout; ..TO.M07'BEl .

C4 w ::; ,f salt &sufficient portion of the undivided in- .Hardware Crockery .&c. Viz ME to'call'your 1 atteiitlon lo.on e of voatiting,J1U"PK.1'1i" vg.O!tJ h 1I p hi Ex ot.fNJMABBLtlitJih.: I
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> fir.t'w. 4ercet-of following named.persons in and tot ,ALLOW "andmost ''useful :.medicinesOTer'discovered. .tierit and is particularly,adapted for a'.n',- _'. ly ared; In'ref'erenceto haa_ t
t : .certdAI tra t of land knownestheArredondo Superfine Flour,in bbjs and J.6 bbls ; .* fit is not-my:intention to-tax c.t 'fALL&ND WJNT&R, .J! DICINE. No feinala'Who h& emaJe eei
to satisfy and pay the taxesdue thereon ,Pilot Bread and.Butter Crackers : ; n. QIUP :
and thbSar-
f V Grant Sugar ; you with_ a:lohg'und 'tiresomeadvertisement, The great beauty superiority of, proachingthatcritiajp i
C ," 'i for the State and county, for the year 1847, Hnriis,Bacon, PorkF M Beef,Pickled. Tongues; but! lay before you'.the'test1mony-orthe'most. ',: saparilla overall other remediee'isl it fpadicates .{', hb 1dnegl t.to take It'n3yentlv ; ;,I"tie ttzria of1t '. }

t :'?' *nda1l cost and' charges' for the advertising and MackereL Codfisli' Salt Rice; '* respectable'families in the-United States,' moatof disease it.invigorates the g I 'for any Ofthe4icases trtafit t

fl' ., .i ale thereof,'to wit -of.lUood-A"' Gosheri butter, Lard Cheese 'White Beans. my rtificmtes are froni the:dty'of Savannah,', of'body, consumption ji cured, ->t} g
4 f !.. j The undivided interest or portion Irish Potatoes;; where I reside, and many from'your own State, 'cleanse and strengthen: ,.., t.,.,'>., ithe9f1ie.,. 'This are \\l11bjec&t.
A-. pod and 'thos. TiUcston.t" Sperm Oil Candles1; where'th'" Medicine is'used with great and'as. :'consumption.can.be > reu"l' *nr; se! ral.yearsby siigtia.pqll e.dtl'J
,; interest of Charles A.Jar :is ..t'I Green au'i Black'Tea Rio and Java Coffee nedieie"rt: I
: The ; tonishing success; it has proved it.sotHo bo superior bronoc lt consumption,' Hvercomplaint,' .less valuable for.th.osc' who

:f dV 'The interest of Noah Jarvis. .. .. Muscovado"Sugar, N O'Molassesj'; to any other Medicine for the;cure!Or ". colds, coughs;catarrh', .asthma,.spitting ,.. .... ,w dmairfwod, 'as it is calculated'lIeJ.. ,
t .4. ..; Tht interest of Jeromus Johnson.Thelnterest'ofAiejanfieriMoIr. .-" -"- 'Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed and, PulverisedSugar Fever and Agu; which1 it willf do nth very of blood,soreness in the chest, 1' by quickening thebloodand t'n aa t;;,. '4

.' I ft* ( short space of Twelve Hours, it.has *.*.: interest of Moriiecai Myers. ,- .- .,i, : Gin Whiskey Alcohol Turpentine medicine.s- jj.'S
Tha ; JL Brandy'Rum, known to fail to effect a certain_ cure. The 'cult orprofuse expeo- allthqdisWseatownic1' '
4 .
M- Noah ,for the : ,
i The interest of Mordecal ", i; ; Medicine'!'is' a harmless 'and a tasteless one,; --.j tOrationuidpain .' It bracei the whole are iubk '

'. !:C .-J years 1846 and '47. London Porter, Port,. Madeira. and Champagne --which"will make it t'he n popular Medicine '!j\f'-4\ t.t" ;: intheide&c., .-,. .1 ently the natural-energJ sjst: ij rinnt .
V The interest of IchabodLP.raU, ,. L r'l: : < ; Vine : 'r ; iithii' ; 'MedicinecontahisiLiiiinerui'preparatiOfl'hateVc ', .) .t. i ,, ,
? ; ; in the 'S States:. The .1 I.(,1,3 "I .'baveand: '" I :). ". Jmpuritiesjof the bodyot ., .
.. :', b The interest of Aaron Peck,'for ". ; systrtn as
P.. 184Cand.47. ,.. .-:11' A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods ., 'han les Vegctable.mfftter';pnly. .;.To Planters-, S.!. ,- .1.,.j***.**'o-w D1'P.lI.-.YVB.. J". ;.,. tic n, which is the-case produce of & QueD

.- *. The interest of Cyrus Perkins.;, v ?.,. '..', Calicos; UingharnJs1uslins" ,'llonn9tand. Taffeta. ,. 'this' Medicine is(&' Valuable1(preparatkmvns 'j Probably; there never Vas a remedy'that has, f0ite.weakness and odiseUfl.most med rIi"
: .. The interest of John-NiSayer"i cd.t < f Ribbons; cures alltrcases in !'twelvehours',; and ItdCes'tlOt ,been so successful desperate cases ofconsump- DISEASE 'OF,THE :
'. 'The interest of John M. Seaman. .: ., ." -Sheetings and Shirting Weach'd and unbleach'd ,. HET&jTU&g i
: :, ; require.any time to be'lost'j all'that'is'tcrbe: 'ti n.as this; .cleanses. and strengthens the, AND we, !
::, The interest.of the heirs 0(.Wuijth i T.i ,J Irish Linen,.Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn;' dorie isrtb tak'1b 'M diciri and to go to''tork.! .system and.: appears to:heal1 the ulcers on the DBDP8 Lf. 44''Wh -,

,'. '. .-:. years d846 and 747. .-. "I'.t. .u- .Cambrics, Jac net Swiss,arid cross bar Muslins;', To the Ul &'Pl 1iter it ia! :valuable'Medicine,' lungs,and thepahentsgraduall1.rerHI.in, their, bR.. TO'WNSEND-Dem-'ORXJu11 il 22,1 t'' '!

Ii..t.: The jntrestofWm.ThornfortheycatLtS48' Hosiery, Hdkfe Gloves,'Suspenders; as it'does not'contain any mercurial br illiberal usual health and strength.**" '' r* been afflicted wi& iiseaseVthai''I'iCt 1aa.
; '
!.. ;. and '47: :'I! ; Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg;; 'preparation: whatever, and is'therefore. 'a safe CURIOUSCtiSE 'OF'CONS UIItPTION. with a .
I.e'. of John K. Townsend, '. ;i',; Wine white and brown Linen Drill for terribleruptui for over
The interest :: pants Medicine for those who areUaVkf. to: rppsurc. .fitt I
/"J ; Tlier ls rceIy"a'daifp but"there are the or
greater the
Foote. plrt: ;tbe.
t.' The interest of Israel \ :. &c. &C. &C. :I beg 'do not let me''ihave' to tax so S.be J1i
: you, you 'a number of< 4 f troubled Viih
ortness breati
Consumption reported ascured of
'. f he'interest of Jesse Delano. : -. Umbrellas-Silk Gingham and Cotton in steel 8flcYt!
: ; often with advertisements certificates &c. It
: ; theus tering'of fire
Osbnrn for .the by ofDIo'wnsendYsSarsaparilla.The ; teartj;which ,
of Barnabas fh at .
: .4. The .interest and whale bone frames; has already proved itself to be fv11at..sayit is 01
: / i4 has ;
following was recently.received: rrequ
t, ::.i years 184(5( and 47. Hardware fy Coffers' -Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof I is; every body is recommending -, I DJU TowsENn-Dqar'Sir5Por the last her 'bed. The rly' beennabJet'
The.interest of John Rodman, for *he yearslS46and'47 Nails Hinges Sittts Knives and Forks Spoons leave rupture was ,
: It, to,be the only ertain and speedy '
} ., three years I have ,bcen ofllicted. with general] and severe She tried almost tretr"wLi i1.
; of Thomas Dexter as-,marked; 'on Tea.Trays; cure for the Fever and Ague. AH you have todo'u debility, and, nervous consumption of, the lost. such cases 'with but,little benefit"VihtJ1' Ol.
interest Collins Hnmm Saws
The .
Axes Hatchets <
't ; ; ; to ask your neighbor what he thinks of '
notknown.for i stage,and did not expect to ever.gain my health had taken but three bottles ,
Grant ,
: the of said owner Carriage.Wrenches Halter Chains Pots Kettles *
map Fever and and 1
: Humphreys' Remedy for Ague
at all., nwdicine she
and'47. ., & After going through ,atcourseof medicine : was entirely relived tSof
'hi years 184G ; --1. r' .: c.; of to'be'convihcedj'yoit will it at of
The interest of Henry Dudley, for tbe.years. A few Rifles-low priced'-Powder Flasks.A least:course/hope so.' 'Ilere'izuy)1fl't"tonhy'II l1ter, under the care, {fs9.me.of the most distinguished the heart, and ihe. ntptlQre, baa _.,tio
tit "
regular physicians andnrember of the *'IisapI7eM'ei. '
1S46 aud 47. Good Assortment jf Crockery and Tin Ware. ,
', THOS. C. ELLIS, late-Sheriff. ... Boots 4Shoe8Men's,Women's'ud'Children'sBoots ., .of South'luo.Iiun'" who will'either-Call on.Doct., Board of.llealthin, New'Yorknd: elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy. BWI,WM'
i'I. P. M. Charlestori'S C. in '
Cohen of ; ; or1 myself '
;. and Ex-officio Tax.Collector,?.. and Shoes, of all,kinds.?, the 'either.of and spending the most' of.my earnings] in attempting much swollen: We had to idea that she=
t *' for Alachiia :cni nty. A variety Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines cityottwilnnah'and for twelve' : and if it does us will'giyo'enough not ,to.regain my health,,and after reading ,be: so benefited as she had such a coaite :
: cases cure
February 19, 18:18 ..6m -&c. in some paper,of your. Sarsaparilla I resolved of d 18et1Ses. But it has,as strange as h a5 f
ten of the will refund the ,
: out twelve we amount '
-------- ksOlnilleAprill 15 1848. to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy Itm.,7'
t : : : ly for it. Medicine
Coiirt Yon .to taken ,
In Circuit paid are .see
: .: > done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange ai to-SSi
: EASTERN CIRCUIT OF .FLORIDA. WAREHOUSE OF as I have directed.. youroffice: ; with your.advice kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is,nevertheless,22
: ;' COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY.' Owing to the heavy during the pastsummer most heartily thank you Q your advice I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is,certainly ?
.. '
and which still continue all the *
.' : ;'. inni Morley, )\ : ,. P'RI.NTSONLY.Nq. lands will, in taking the Sarsaparilla, and have been uable medicine, and should be used by' *
Divorce. are'under
Bill for water
cause great'deal
: :,. vs. able to attend to my usual labors for the last o e'Ih.at is suffering as we have been.- S
;: If
; of the
thisdisease Rice
: : ;: John Morley. ) ork. on Plahtation/5, fourmonths and I hope by,the blessings of God disbelieve this account
;; .. ; the4Courtt 56. Cedar Street New to they are lat Ubertrto
., appearing to the satisfaction of will.be your advantage to procure a certain and call
*. your Sareaparilla to continue my health.It .- at my house and have ocular demongtiaiam
t ; r by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the arid speedy remedy ; you can do soby applyingto helpedme beyond the expectations of all that Yours, respectfully q'.oJ
J1mm] TUN JLmm ,
...r'. above entitled cause resides out of the State of either of my Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES QULMBY. WILLIAM '

: :; I Florida. and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, IS47. -TOWSEBJ 1 Ja1ii

: '-' Court therefore, On' motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE- AGUE. : 'Slate oJ New Jersey, Essex, County, .,-Chas. ,.DYSPEPSY. '
by James W. Bryant, E q. her Solicitor, HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STl EET-the The Medicine is for sale by the following No
.: : ,4 WHOLE Quimby being duly sworn according law, on fluid or medidine.has ever beta discbm
,. ',' :ifr is Ordered, That said Defendant appear of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale named gentlemen, who are the only] agents for his oath saith, that the .:fQregoing statement is ,cd/" i b.f5 o nearly resembles the
answer the Bill of Complaint of said Complainant the sale of the GUEAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit pirie
0 D :: and of the Single Article of true, according the best of his knowledge and or salivaindvcomposingfod and -
within four months, or thb same will will be found either at wholesale or retail. ItreDgtL
iii. : .
(;t. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs of digestion this
PRINTED CALICOES.Their prep ntio of'SarF
.). '..:\: be taken as confessed against him. Country merchants will make a handsome"pro Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, lJ.'lriUa. It iKwitively cures
; :":' It further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- present Stock consists .of nearly fit by selling this medicine. liberal discount the 2d August 1847.- CYRUS .BALD WlN dyspepsial.ioweverseyere everjcj""jj

;. 4er, duly certified by the ClerkofthisCourt, One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &c., by'the dozen.' 'Address i Justice of the Peace. BA.NK DEPAKraiENT AI.BANY or chronic 3 : : _

;..'r ; .ii bi published in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS,.Jr,. I DuTowzsir-5jr, ) : I have'been, a.1o1$4

':. the EasternCircuitOfFlOr11aOflC0a'Week consecutively patterns and colorings, and comprising everything Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, i j : TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several years with dispepsia in itri sffl1ct (
for four months. desirable in the line FOREIGN and Medieines'Chemicals Perfumery & tj
,. Very few families' indeed-in fact we.have form,attended with sourness 'f'stotnacKT)
DOUGLAS Judge. '
,; THO.' DOMESTIC.All' GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's of extreme heartburn
apatite, and"a
..,' L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do of which are offered for sale for cash, or pot
4 Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food and .tor 'efu
r'o! :'. :: hereby certify the above to be a true copy'of an satisfactory credit, at the LOWEST PRICES, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while thosc'thatdid not sickened and (what 1 could eat) 1 have been, unable t6 rrtm
.' Order made and entered of record in said entitled VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.
by died. The certificate below is but a small
we publish
I ': thePIECE conclusive jwrtiou on my stomach. ItrietfUi
.:. ," cause in said Court, on the 23th day of OR PACKAGE.New OOUTHERNEUS following is.from my evidence of its value and is only another usual n-metlies.! but they had but IittlCr

i '. .. .,' March, A. D. 1848. Styles arc received almost every day, O Agent, Mr. Thos.-J S. Farr, of Graham* instan of its saving the lives of children : effect in removing: the complaint. I was hvbe.
WHEREOF I hereunto set
<.. Iv! WITNESS and many of them are got up for our own sales, ville, S. C. DE. Tow S )-Dear Sir: I had two children ed: about two months sintv, to try your Extract
: : ,: ,. [L. I..J] my hand, and affix the seal rof said and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreyt.Jr._,,. 'cured by your. Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla. and I must &IY with little] cot..

:. ... .?' Court. OSCAR HART'4in', Clerk.: fjj Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr.'E..CL complaint and:.dysentery $ one was only 15nionthsohl fidence ; but after using nearly two 'bottles,1

.. : ._:. -April 1, 1848. day to day, with every variation in the market, Watts; in favor of your Remalyfor.'cvcr and iind the other 3 years. They were. found my appetite restored and the,heartlaa
: in hands of Ague ; he is a man of integrity, and his.testimony would j removed and
S : Duval Militia CI.alnlal1t are placed the buyers. verymu'clireducedarid expected they; entirely I would earnestly
4.. ,: noa-euuinmsioacJ officers and privates Merchants will be able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up by two respectable conmiend the use of it to those who hatiiicted 11m
; .:., Tilt Captains Bush, Price and Suarez' complies the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe Yours respectfully], .' physicians. When the doctor informed us that as I have been. Yours. &; :.

:. ,Florida Mounted Militiafor, service in the state, that the value of our usual stock of TIJ08. J. S. FARR. we, n\ist' lose therii.;'we 'resolved to 'try your W. W. VAN :ZAND'f,: .
;' : I years 1833-9,who have not yet signed the necessary this aXE ARTICLE, is at least twice .the value of Grah mvilleS. O, Sept.'18thlS47., Sarsaparilla we' hf\4'heard'so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but euch as have vnp,

papers,relating to their claimsin the hands the entire 'stock'of dry goods usually kept by Mr. Humphreys, Jr. *. little .confidence, there being 'so much stuff advertised pers that hide the bottle) ,completely and tan
; .
I t' .,1 of the undersignedare requested to do so without our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together Dear Sir-This is to certify that,I have used that is worthless':> but we' are .verythankful the written signature of 8Jf. TOWNSEXIX

U '', delay. The papers to be signed are left with with the fact that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success., 4, that -we I did, font. undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 12C Fulton-tt.S n nw1(%
: ,
!e! .' '.. !. : Col. Pon*. at the Post Office, or may be signed attention, instead of being divided among a vast >btairicd a supply of it from Mr. ,T. ;. S.Farr, the lives of b th I write this that others may. N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 State-fit. Boston'; Djatt

I : .t my office. GREGORY YALE variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administered ito be: induced, to use it Yours, respectfully, I & sons,. 132 North Second, Philadeli.hiaS

: :'. ,, Agent Duval companies. will render the advantages which we. can offerto ; my daughter, according to.'directions, and I JOHN WILSON;Jr. S. Hance druggist. Baltimore; Durol & a.

.'. Jacksonville, March 4.. 1S4S. tf dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be im happy to state, that the disease. left her in ,Myrtle-avenue,.Brooklyn,'Sept.I 5, 1847. Richmond; 1-. M. Cohen, ChanlestonWrght

;P,.. ....' our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the: course of' tdr&.sixozirs, and her; 'precutstate' '. .'LJJNATICAYSLUM.James.C'unmiings & co. 151 t hartres-st. New Orleans: 105S uti

: '. .. pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. meet with any disappointment. of health indicates a certain cure. Esq. one. of the Assistants I'earl-st: Albany; R. Van ]l Biickirk 292 eor. .f

.' ; :'. MIXED/ PICKLES, Olives, Capers, Almonds, Our assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &e:, E.,.C. WATTS.. .. 'in the Lunatic Ay slum, ,'BlackwelFs: Island,is the Market and Broad-sts.Newark, No J.,aiid hl

;:.r:.;: Nuts, Raisins, l'runes, Lemons, the year. LEE, JUDSON. : & LEE. Grohaim1lleS., O, Sept, 14th, 1847.AGENTS. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants geamDr

;. ... Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans ; Preserved P. S.-D. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of -' ': .. RHEUMATISM.This throughout the United State West ladies anil _

:;. Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa Lord & Lees, and late senior partner the original .-P. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston', is only one of .more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. 3L REED,Agent 3."

I .' t. t. :.,:: Paste Chocolate, Maccaroni, Vermicelli, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con S. C.; T. J. S..Farr, Gruhamville S. C. ; W. A' .of rheumatism that Dr..Townsend Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, Florida

., Yeast Powders, Soda and Seidlitz do. nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed Sarswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. ,McLane & Co.. .has, cured-The most severe and February, 1S48. ly I.

j,1.1 For sale by A M. REED. business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville Ga.; Shotwl'1I &'Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary .. '
.April 15,1848.THORBURN'S. Judson, and assures his friends that the new Oa; Dorsey & Knott, Oriffin. Gn.; 1) A.Moise, virtues :

'i :: ; GARDEN SEEDS- concern shall have the same pre-eminence in LaGrange, Ga. ; Winter &.Epping, COIUlilLI1, ,BLACKWELI.'S ISLAND, Sept.14, 18-17. HOLMES &. G&MESSRS.
\; this branch of trade which distin Ga. ; W. toot, Marietta, Ga.; T. tltrick, Salem, HOLMES remro&
formerly & have
,_ :. A. M REED. Da. TowNs -Dear Sir: I have suffered CO.
a .' I.' April la- 1S48.t. guished the other two houses to which he be Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A.. terribly. for nine years with the rheumatism; stock of Merchandize to the lap

:;.r'- -- longed. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodull, considerable, the time I could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied by the United States,
: Atlanta Ga. William Jacksonboro ,
Carr W.
i. :.:.;0: To the Clerks of the Circuit Court ; ; work; I had the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building. 'Rfj
0 ', ; AND THE' SHERIFFS OF" TIlE SEVERAL INVALUABLEFAMILY Anderson, Dalton Ga. ; E. A.Burch; lI \Vkiri -. my limbs were terribly swollen. 1 have used have added to their stock, by the late armili

;; : COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT COMPANION. vile, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; .Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have from New York, a full assortment of Dry Goofy
Prescott & Co. Black Creek Florida
'. I.. .: "OF FLORIDA j Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &;' It
I" :: ;. ;. :: ,AM now having a large number.of Blanks SIX' Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure ,'& Flanders. ,Macou ; Martin, Savannah ; Cunningham -- good-I am so,much better," Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell'at reawtiprices.
T & Co. Dalton Ga. J. Hi& W;
O" Consumption Asthma Diseases of the ; S. Ellis, X
and difficulties ,
I) : printed for my office, knowing the entirely.reli ved. You, are at, liberty to use.
Macon M. C. Davisboro Gin
1 .". :.. with which you cannot but-meet. in getting Heart, and all Female Diseases.' 234 pages, 28 ; Will.ia111l0Ii, ', (Wm. this for the benefit of the afllictedi They are now prepared to purchase COtt1Hides
1 ::1 I engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges[ Sandersville ; R.T. Floyd, Micanopy, and at&t
.: supplied with Blanks propei1y"printed1 : 'Yours, respectfully,, :JAMES ,GUMMING ; .other produce of the country,
.Mailto any part-postage 9 % cts. Florida ; F. A. Poullen., Jacksonville, Florida'; adroc*
I : Mere offer' you my services in arranging-: highest Market'rates. and make cash
4. .Shoulder Braces, and Chest Expanders. :R.. S: Baily, Laurensville, S: C. COULD NOT WALK. .'
all who to m
I .; form of any Blanks for may"deslre on consignments to their friends SaT.UJ
1 'For That Dr. Townsend Sarsaparilla is the very
wholesale arid retail
the Mail to any part 50 cts. postage. Inhaling by and
; /: Bupply. themselves. They are' printed at : Charleston, or New York. ,
e ;... office of "The News' with a neatness and taste Tubes Silver, ,$3, by mail, letterpostagc.. AJb- F. A, POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville' best remedy .for female complaints there is They have a new article of Wrought'kiS'

'"' which I have never hitherto seen equalled, and I dominal Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10} for all A liberal i discount by the 'dozen.' I' no'disputing; tholStlnds..and .thousands of Plough2-tO which they would rez'petfull111th

: :\:: at a rate which is at once r eonablnd liberal. Ruptures,. Falling of. the Bowels and Womb, October. Stli..,1847. ._ : weak:and debilitated females that., were prostrated attention Planters -, :.
.t. ':.I ." I do not mean by. this: that;thev.will be arid \V ak' Back and Chest' ; sent by express I.. -aTYFE FOUNDRY, by were those soon diseases in the to enjojmcn,which females pf robust aresubject Jacksonville, Nov. 6., 1846., tf _
: everywhere. For Braces or.
ttfe or Supporters =
rcf.n contrary
:..- printed'thecreditsysttin. :, 59' ,Gold,'cornet of A street, N..York* health. ,*. < ., .
instructed 'thai:this though Rupture Supporters give height from head' to t .jn'-: FORWARD'
: I am expressly subscribers hive taken the ,
TypeF6un- I' NewjYc-RK Sep 23 1S4.DR.iTowNsENnDeaf.S ,,
4' '. esteemed part of the Common Law foot;and circumference of Person next the surface,1 THE :, ,
: anciently '
has been superseded by :just'above the hips: If Rupture;'mention ,'\ will:-continue the business lately -,. i y Myiwife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS T'L
IIt! :- of Printing Offices interdicting H. iins for which side. .Agents wanted" for the sale of the conducted by Robert Taylorl'' 'They will attend the lost year, been very:,sick, and in.agreatlyreduc'ed WILL practice in the'.several '..Cpurts tl"

LtfFTJ4'r special the Clerks statute shall'Be of-tlie Jh'to. :; kitfple; above goods. Address Dr. S.r 8. ITCH, 707 to all orders they may receive with punctualityand ) state i of,.health.' being?reducedbya and Equity, in the.Eastern,Circuit. 'of,:
.. dispatch.iAH-. nType manufactured such females jxreiiable; WM. A. FoawAED St. Augustine. .
and those. for lf1 SheiflsftftI Broadway, New York, postpaid.: by variety complaints as :
neat Vrheriever and proper;,are. required, t, R .seryedi April'i1848.- ;: ty them.rill be Hand,Cast; n .theyw /urnish to; she got'so bad at length that she was entirely LEWIS ALDSICH Newnansville. .. L
copies ? all kinds of,P inUrs'Mats.rtals of: best ; unable to and child
to save much time, and.pairisf the qua1 walk was as helpless as a ; .ft-:1
arrange .
'OSCAJTHART; Fifty Dollars Reward ity. Mr.J.A. T..0 verend, .i i) till employed! in she 'commenced> using)your Sarsaparilla,.and .

;. .4 l .. Jacksonville Up.by writing April .l9: 1848. itt ,. SWILL BE GIVEN 'BY THE superintending the,manufacturing department. she'immediately'began;to regain strength, ,' ATTORNEY,, iCO, NE; R ?:iJ ;

: Proprietors pf who have riot advertised her .left her ,and afte.-taQng ,. :
'undersigned for the'npPie1ient. -" newspapers : complaints; j several to Jack8011mlleF.14 !-!
'. ." : Executor's NotIcc., ; K'sion'arid safe delivery into thefDuval : for the; Bubscribers/who: may publish bottleslshe.: .is Tcstprcd. ,p.Being; .singular) I'CWILL.attend to any.business.en trusted to k1

A .1 4QiX: MONTHS after date, : Fsliall! apply,.to the County Jail, of the fol- _..: this notice,for,three. ,months,twill ,be,'entitled to case I thought might do goodopublihit.-- handsin any of the Courts in the Eastern 0?

-. f- I I' 'Judge of Probate of Dun cbnnty, foraitaftVdischarge lQ"ing negroes to wit: Venis, :Ia woman Han receive pay.in type,,,on purchasing. times' She used a number of remedies that done her 'cuit of Florida.: .. '. Jl.ATTORNEYi
'from :ExecutorihipToftheEstate 'wha1 the amount.of th ir.bjn for advising;, ': no good iousljJ *Yours 'r'cspectfullyj
njbald, a boy, Georgiaria'a girl and cliii4ren'theabov : 'pr ,
of James B. Roberts deceased 'i i named, Venis might have borned- Old 4TyPe.taken,interchange: torncwacts.percib. JOHN MULLEN 87.Norfolksisovereign. iE1Irz: 'L'I:' y'I.'svi
May ith, 1848. WM. Dor ROSS, Ex'r. ., ': / '; 't'.rl'; ; ..4 .
since she1 has been 'absent supposed to be twoor J. ; ... : ) 'H J j1' i :-t "hir fI 'b'. ATL.W'.. ; -
_ j three and Ellick old pThe Type:,with, whlch'lthe "NEWS" is,, n "' '.>TO 'THE JLADIKS.' ".
'. : : :, l'srKA'vCOWVOUND., 'Ii an African man; -J' J4H v"; .,? --,Jacksonville, -Ffo-l
'I ( 'J' I HAVE found and conveyed to my> ::1-:The'' above'fugitive slaves have been.absent printedi.was. cast at.tbis establish'ment.n! ,' *tt[ 'GREATFEMALE iMEDICINE: .1 Wn.L the Courts of the E

t ,cattle pen rat my plantation, near; for nearly four years.! JOHN M. PONS. ."' : : U",. 't1" WIl! i .;:&-\T tLQ.nH'f'l : 'DK.TOWNSESD'S SAItS.UJA1ULLAis a Circuit.iAUGlISTUSrC.-practiceinall I' _" -u- .', -'-........-> -...".1 Lx';; v. .., ..-. F

: ; .JacksonvilleMarch. ,25th-1848.: ...6mCLARk .. I ,' Successors.to 0 rt 'y'l9r il : arid speedy r'for consumption,and 'i -1 1 -js'
xnrkedith under
;' Mandarin, a stray cow, an ,, '! February:192.tS4.81_. .3m 1'! h 'fl"'oI'l' 'for the'general prostrationr-of! the eystemrno'matter ;. GILL ,TTJ't'i
; 11t ) bit and split in one ear, and a smoothcrop. in. I : : I : sult
: & i1A iv.sbN re" : ;,! ?4 I. '/ 1whethi-thq r of fnherentr cause, t
a ; iNOTICR 1)1",1111 :
i the other, and branded with the letter (X). The I 'ATTQRNE 1
:Uf owner.is'requested .tocome'forwardupky; charges I. FACTORS ,AMD GENERAL ,COMMISSION MERCHANTS SIX MONTHS r date, I 81 urjir s fin lY J! :'ac'cidenttt or caiisesj; produced'P1&(1 OWN by}irregularitylillness."T'fIe.t.ri t't% ,}n ;!or) ,:? r of D eds' 'otUie State'BfO '

': and take her away. JOHN Mpl .T.QSI Savannah, Georgia, tender their services 'end vouchers as Administratrix of I sUrprisirigTthanits'invigqratirigt .* riecUcut/.Witfiin'and for the Bt ttt'orForidf
more -
'- .., planters and Other and solicit t theEstateofHenryrBarnardJr lateofcDnval thing'ciini1be. 'v u .t' '" '
;r May 27th, 1848. { .tf ,: II. \ consign-, frame. Per 'r jACXsoaYiu.vJuiCHARLES.
the ; _
uman ? _
.1w, ", ments on cotton and all other,kinds of country'produce. :Bounty,deceased, tqthe.Hon.4JudgejOJPrpbateof effects J.orlf t L_______ .
; NOTICEir ; sons7'all weakness and-ilasiitudo, from takingitat P. ,CQOPEB )
.' They are agents for' the. ebrated ::said.county) ; for a final.scttlemfut.off.said S ,
: \ LL PERSONS indebted, to' t efEstite ofF" Etowah Mills of Cass EStLitaUd.;shall 'at the once become robust and full of energy under :.W
i)1 a county, from whonvthey ; ;sanietinie,.apply;.for the' A TT RNEy"\AND COUNSfiLLOS,1, AT
I lPrecilla. )1a.ttair.1ate.of P':1fL"C" 1 nty. are'Weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, JLetter of.Dismission as-such Administratrix;'of :Its influence, ',,-immediately Counteracts; is J the :' "'Wili'prac i eln the several'C rt'ot1i: .

:. 4 Fla.,.deceased,jare requstcdj to oome forwara' and.equal to: Northern flour;, 'They;also,keep ."hichi&U; persons interested in said Et tate, are! neryelessness of theXcwale"framewHch'} 't. tern'Circuit of Florida.r :, ''f' ":

!;; and make'payment immcSdiat l' \And all persons -; on., hand, constantly, osnaburgs .,and yarns idedred tojake notice.-: ,,j, 'il'1f1 Nm.tfH.\ great.cause Jbarrenness. ,.u' ,;fln ttJ cases. of,so. Jacksonville ;:E.P,'ov. 26:1847t; -
It be.cxpecte& of
having demands against said state are requested from'the ,Eatonton; Cartright-Planters and .'. ENIUET.AUNARDAflx 5 :will noL

:' to present them, within th Jtime pres- Cedar Shoal manufactories,''I which they lieU at ,JacksonvjIlo.March.4,184S."_ ,fl D1rliTtJ'H\1t'; I. delicate lu: ature jo| exhibit. rt atepcurs v ,CHARLESlH PELOTf 1'J

ribed by law, orthey will be foreT .'rcti. the manufacturing prices. ., ... performed,,butfiwe can assure the afflicted.that '
.::4 : ISAACVARNJrk't 'March1I: 1848.; t .i.Fj c"" \NOTICE : h'f-lJ" cr'.1 .* 1 hundreds ,coses!have..c e p.>epprte1ijo.us., ? Al.fQnPiCiX .AND:.. %TTttf O V t;tf TP., *ATLitthcRivtr *,

Administrator with the,"ilL:' -, "H. 3m : SIX WEEKS after date, IHon. Ji' l11i pi ll e nfDRv: Tow s NJ.i .iMyn ife.bejng greatiydsauffering.cotiuallyby.Pifl ". : ; FlO11'da. "L.Jt

:? ;Black Creek, May 27th,'1648., ...2ni, 'I the:Judge of Probates for the county! kessed.byreeakness anc|:general:,debiUty,,and '/! WILL practice in th -'.8 Ter.i1 ',CouXt3'O'

,' : .' .. ._.< "., Wl\I.: S. LAWTON, of Ala hua for Lettera fifAdministration on ,and,with .other Eastern Circuit of i Florida; buscsse', :

-, .; -, NOTICED ;'_, *_ FACTOR ANDREFERENCES -? lfsst ff'M n ANT- the estate of the late Robert,G.'t.Livingston;'defceased.i ,difficulties, andhftying known cases!where yotnt .'to his carev'will meet with prompt .tteD' ,
'; ,. I <... -.Of 'effectedgreatVcures/ jVand also .
a' ; ? J p .JAMEScAJPEDENJi medicine has ; t '
WEEKS dateT 8hall ChiWs'tn '
C., IX from > apply to the S.
, 'co c. .20th1848. such 1 1i OSEfH:
for have
:; Hon. Probate of Columbia of" May 'I ( I 1t.1 'tl"llrHi.tfn'6wi" hearing recommended cases us i -r ,'Y'.FJ.TCJf.. ,
Florida for Judge Lett Administration county* E.G.Jaudon'E3q' J.l\IcDonald? near JackBonville ,(L-L- L ,. ;.., '. -' described,>;I obtained a. bottle of your.Extract 11'" 14 m .eStablished bietatPi.ik2'as
pi> upon theEstate E. F< -Gov. C. Ga. 'C. '
: ) Oent.PAtent.Le thei. pt ilJ 4e ChOJlS MEIWfl4"wll.att
;' 6 Thomas J.Brantien late ofsaid lA'9l91 :
deceased. E.; B. BRANNEN.count; Furman, Esq, Chajrle3ton,} &;,C.; ;lIO.D..liJn -i 'Gaiters do. finsLLfaniUoiitcoThot&: f gave me.' In'a itremovedhercomiplaints id. tO18ny0usiuc3' ..1 tVte4J'
Elmore Charleston S. C. ""
For sale by' 'A.' REED.[ and 'restored her to'health. 'Being re..with.desiit'ch ; .

Alligator, June 17th, 1848. February, 1848 ly : AprillS, 1848. : ) n jratefulfor the, benefits she received, I take November 19, 1&47. tlI

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