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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 22, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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gui for all :suitable Rce8at a distance from.the,ports, not, ThWs' ithbtWI fame,'io an amount exceeding, three and one
for Will be charged announce- cxceedirig 'ihirty' .leagut Bkall o' eWgriatt'd'for I quarter' millions of'dollars To ascertain the ,V a V

ct. .&.fftjOt J r J1dates fur Sic for MOflt office., : A PROCLAMATION. thd'fcsMcriee of such robpsafmn/? y&t jwhateyerz tu 'i jq jj I validity and amount,of those claims, s board ofex ,.W
fl'ebmrs and Creditors, t .KMO'OO -: .T -*. -- have embarked until the return:oft tho'fccaUhy I >mraisak>naf9 ahall b ..establishedernprtnti

;: for Letters of Administration 00tAu Whereas a treaty of peace,friendship, limits,] season. And.the..space,pf- tiuq her 0rcfet ilto territories. ,maj either retasa the. title and drikii OJnitM SUtes iwhoioV*warda
religious notices will be inserted gratia- and settlement between the United States of-Atnericft a3.comprchending the sickly sVaio'i shall) bo 4 rights of Mexicaneltiieni,1 er a'e M of hall be final and epncluaive j provided, that in

IaX& and the'Mexitan''republic,; was concluded und At io4 to extendfroni the nfti'aay 5fio May I ' personal communications will and feigned at the ,>of Guaaalupe Hidalgo th'6 w ** board ahalpte 'and
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P. b'iitii5 for Job Printing. must be paid on. the ight hundred:forty-eightwhich; treaty, asj ? sea, pid.ticable or ratifications of* *this i treaty*:* and exchange'hoseWb&shaD th first and fifth articles f ih unratifitd con* '
L'J.I. -ewO rk amended tho Senate''of tho -United States.1trid Ttfti nw t Wriclbded the of Meiicv'dxl
city
must be addressed. by after the xcbaage6fratiffcatns of this STliVrti Ui1 ftttff-i Wia/i* the tL'
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: -'Inthe riaine Almighty God: > \ within' >limiW JofjK jrnit4d' tats,'u I t piiome ta vwd bt4.bUt4b7tLeairiidpl. in faverjof an j claim not eaIf
ears AMENDMENT TO.THE -TheUniMd States WAAerictttoa the United about be eilabUsL'pdT thti followinr article. Waafewcansshall uUu1e.l '4

been c.atIII.i of the Stat of Pt rlda. lexican States, niniLtadLj a sincero\dosire the governpie 'tW 8al4 United Sfetet1 will fii'ta*
flut. tCCd to oy the third General AtAV tVput and end t tke lamities of th<*warwhichtmhappfly exact %crelwiae"of iuch liT-'aE4IroaW i- kid-e'bttatgiBf U Malieaua net Tstablba-? ) ar f tie laimaj ta, UT books, records,

letoarg ': luvbjcct actoti oftic next ene.4l exists betweetf theilroi p'ublics,and,' them to be restored4o their.ts ntrjpwf t o 44iiM .b r ol ly espesttdC Tjk// r doexuaemU in iatpbnef sloa or'ower; of tho -j-c w-

4t : : to establishuporrasolidft'asisVelatibnsrof peace ARTICLE 5.The boundaryUnaets th. present owae'rs, the heirs. vf theae. and all Mjix4 'tMAubIc-alanbo; '
to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th and friendship,'which-shall' confer reciprocal two republics .Bhall commence)n the dulf of 'leans't who may fcerea fc f.er{aeq*' =ireWd-Trf propwlyj-f ? ?*rjrvrrwyLi W ? %
7 for ACT benefits thee citizens both and Mexico three from land : juisa;.the'eomnmJMoners, .or. te ctajipazts
she'lent of the Constitution of this State, so upon, assure leagues 'opposite'the bycoKlraet;shallVnjoy with fwpe'cf tyit'koaiM 'tc
Article the concord and'mutual confidence mouth of the Rio Grande othcrww ttrougtf thimiUuU, within saCh-Hoaa -
called'RioBravo
' the Ju3gcs of the Circuit Courts shall harmony, anteci equally;ilnpler"'M if..thi me bIokgeiito w -
that offices for a term of eight years wherein the two people should live, as good del Norteor,! opposite the mouth of'its gress msyidesignatermake 'an-application in
hold their daring good behavior. neighbors, have for that purpose appointed deepest branch, if it should have morV than &.-- ': 9. MeanIib; m.thftemtorus? fiflf. i nitigoxftham., addressed,tp the,Mexican,

instead 1. Be, it enacted ly the Senate and their respective plenipotentiaries is to say, branch: emptying dii ectly iato thsea; ;> from & .ll'nbt'preierft the cksSaiter'bfcitiiens 'Miriisfor for Foreign Affairs,to be trimmittcd :*1
SECTION Representatives of the State of Florida the President of the United States has:nppoin. thence up the middle of-tliat-diver, following: ef thfe Mexican'republic,'.-.o fotmatiy.with1what by the Becfetary'of t.'of the United: States*

TeryLz1d B9tae- Assembly convened, That the 12th ted Nicholas P. Trist. a citizen of the United the deepest.channel, where itthas 'more than:' is.stipulated in the.precedio*article and the' Mexicantgovernment engages, at tficrfarliestjpossible

Lit General Aof the 5th Article of the Constitution of States, arid thePreskient of the Mexican republic one, to the point where it strikes the southern shalL b e.incorporate iiitotheunionof the Jnitcd. demand moment aftertho recclp4f

. up.Ttre. rtwse State be so amended as to read'as follows, has appointed Don Luis GoiizagftCuevas,. boundary of New Mexico;: thence,Veatwardly, : States, arid be' admitted at the prbper( time 'Or such documents,to cause any of'the books,records' i
this Don Bernardo and Don Atristain the whole southern So specified, which shall"be la
at the expiration of the present term Couto, Miguel along .boundary |New (to be'judgcd'bf by the Cbrigress6rthe TJriited '
pea* tii: That of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, citizens of the said republic, who, after a reciprocal Mexico (which runs north thetown called 'States)'to the enjoyment of all therights of citizens their'possession or 'power,i (or authenticated .
of office copies or extracts of the to to
communication of their full Paso to its western termination thence samej transmitted
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respective ; ,northward of the United States to
ober the exception hereinafter mentioned, the according ;the
irita of the Supreme Court, and the Judges powers, have, under the protection of Almighty< ,- along the western line of t-N -Mexico,' principles of the constitution; and, in the mean to the said Secretary of State whoshaUimxn, Sf 4it
Jutices God the author until it intersects the first branch- diately deliver them over to the said board of feW'fl
of
Tery Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term peace'arranged, agreed upon the river time shall maintained arid protected iri' the '
the commissioners Provided That
any of and shall hold their offices for and signed the the following Gila; -(or if it should not intersect any branch enjoyment of,their liberty' and; -property, and : no such appli- .
7toooa. of eight years unless sooner removed under the prorigions Treaty of peace,friendship, limit ft and settlement1 of that river, then to the point on the; said line secured in, the free exercise of. their religion ation shall be made by$ or at the instance'of
that term, this Constitution for the between the United States of America and the nearest to such branch,'and thence in A direct without restriction. any claimant, until the tacts which it is expect
made in removal .
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Mexican republic. line to the same; thence down the middle of the '""'XETXCLK'IO: [Stricken :oiit.] toprove by such .books, records,! or doctj*
address and
c Judges wilful neglect by ot duty or, or impeachment other reasonable; ARTICLE 1. There shall be firm'and universal said branch and of the said river,-until itemp-; ;ABTICLK I I. Considering that a great part of affirmation.ments, slull have- been*, stated- unt1c* .***oath.- .0t -
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between the United States America and ties.into the Ro Colorado thence, 4 .. .
across the th '
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peace > territorieawhiohby the v.
which f=hil1 not be sufficient ground for ; -present treaty, 'AincLK 18. Each of the
canst ,
the Governor shall remove the Mexican republioj arid between their- respective Rio Colorado; following the division line between are to be, corapiehendedjror; the futurijthin eontiatmnjpgntzeg i-
Trance impeachment address of two-thirds of anyofthemOfl'tlIC the countries, territories, cities, towns and Upper and Lower California, to the Pacific the limits bf the United States, is now' occupied( whatever reserves to itself within the its entire right -fortify

General Assembly; Provided, horcever, That the people, without exception of places or pers'ons; Ocean. ;by'savage1 tribes, wh'o" will ''hereafter--berunder point to territory may judgd.properso

..iigi"6f causes shall be stated at length in such ARTICLE 2. Immediately upon the signature' Tile southern and western limits of,New exclusive control -of the government tff the .'- ARTICLZ 17.fortifyfor The security' v> &*
or
address CMM and entered on the Journals of each of this treaty,,a convention shall be entered into Mexico, mentioned,in this article,,ore,those laid United States, andrwhosQ incursions within thb land navigation cbnbluded treaty at amity the commeroe bf
Mexico
! That the between a commissioner or commissioners appointed down in, the,map entitled Map of.the Unittd ,territory of Mexico,would prejudicial in the city
And provided further cause the filth
House. on day of April, A. I). ISS 'betVeea
by the Ocneral-i -chiefofour forces of Mexican States as organized 'andd jn'ed'Ly 'various extreme'it
solemnly agreed that all'such" 'iriieursions
causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended j the United States bf America and the United
or
J. to be removed, and he shall be admitted to the United States, and such as may appointed acts 'of the-Cong ress'of said repubiic,and constructed 'shall--b* forcibly restraixicd by the Mexican States-'except- the additional-artlclei
ted in his own defence before vote by the Mexican government, to the end'that'a according to the lest authorities. Revistdedition. -government the.United States,-'whensoever* and
hearing any c.xcept.sofa.raa the
,
t S for such removal shall pass: and in such cases provisional suspension of hostilities shall' take .- Published ::0t New r0rfytlS47, i y /, this may be necessary j and that when.they *.-?* be atipu1ationsof.th.uIjj-- VT k,,
'053 the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and place, and that, in the places occupied by the Disturnell." Of which:.map,a copy'jis;added.to cannot be prevented they esall be punished by tidncontained yiay iii'!compatU4ewith.the ; ystippl

rat entered on the Journals of each.House rcspcc- said forces; constitutional order maybe reestablished this treaty, bearing the signatures and seals of the' gaid' fovernment,. and satiataetion to?the rCvi'V c.Pf r j peribd present'treaty of 'eight Ia'hereby

elsaia titelj. as regards the'political, administrative the undersigned-plenipotentiaries., iu,order same:shall, be, exaQted-randj in. the.earn*,way j .dy x- -the exchange'. ratififtations.'df years.---itiit
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and judicial branches, so far us this shall, to preclude difficulty tracing upon the ,arid with .qus1dilIgencajadjnergy alit the
SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judges ', treaty, with the same force and virtne as if.,! -
tit 8rH under this amended Constitution be permitted by the circumstarices.of military ground the limit separating Upper from,Lower same ineiirsions'irere, xneditated'Tgr I binmi.tted .cprporated therein it
appointed
being.understpod'thateachbf'the
California il is agreed that the eaid limit shall ithi ''its oVa: j. t' 4.
occupation. territoryagainst its own citizens. '
U.uc hall be divided by lot into four classes The ; contracting pdrti sJreserves 'to it
ARTICLE 3. Immediately upon theratificationof consist of a straight line,drawn from ;the middle *.- ,- I 'R '< I 'i'-' ,
ielfthhi
first class shall hold his or their office or offices at time after the skid
period
act for the terra of two years, the second for the the present treaty by the government of the of the Rio Gila,-Where ,lit j unitea with -the ,It .shall not; be lawful, :und r.,any -pretext' .of eight-year*shall any have expired to.terminatO
onsI- term of four years, the third for the term of sis United States, orders shall be transmitted to Colorado, to 'a point onthe coast; of the Pacific whatever, .for any inhabitaai of the United the same.bj giving one' yoaioicep-
, the commanders of land and naval forces Ocean distant one.marine league due south of States to : aic1j
the fourth for the term of eight years. requiring purchase or a'cquir* 'air'Mexican or tention to the other paMr. ,
'rnre years[(Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority the latter (provided this treaty shall, I the southernmost point of the port of San Diego, any foreigner reiiidiri irir Meifebi'whmayi -' :Aiti6uE 18'All Whatever'for' troiip

December 22, 1S47. Passed the House then have been ratified by the government of according to the plan of.said port made in the Have been 'captured'by.Indians .inhabiting the of the United States in-Mexico "orrivingai

eu of Representatives by the Constitutional majority the Mexican republic, arid the ratifications 'exchanged year 1782 by Don Juan Pantoja,secondeailing- territory of eitherof ,twoirepublits.. nor.to ports in the occupation of such:troops, previoujito.

January C IS4S.J ) immediately desist from blockading master of the Spanish fleet, and published' purchase or acquire. horses, mules, cattle, 'or .the final evacuation :thereof,.altiouglx eub8'equently.
*April, 29, 1848., 6m any Mexican ports' ; and requiring the former Madrid in the year 1802., in the -Atlas'tcP the property bf'an/' kind, stolen !*within Mexican ,tb the restoration of the custom}hou'sea -
p (under thc same condition)to commence,'at the voyage of the schooner Sutil and' MexitaMj ef territOry bysushlndIaiiL"i-' at'3 chprtj'ihU 'entilfexptfrc

.T. earliest moment practicable, withdrawing which plan a copy is hereunto addled, aigaed And Laths event- f.any,person for persons, dutier and chargeslof"anyWridj;the Govern
NOTICE. troops of the United-States then in the interior and sealed.by the respective plchipotentiarieiIn eaptursI,withln Mexican,,te-rriterj by.Indiana ment ptthfe Uriited States hereby -and*
SIX WEEKS after date, ire the subscribers, of the Mexican republic points that shall be order to designate the boundary'line with being carried to* the territory tse U |ted pledging its'faith to establish and engaging to

itt will apply to the Hon. the Judge of Pro selected by common agreement, at a distance due precision, upon authoritative maps)'aadito! Statei*, 'thet'government'bf the ;lattcr'eri'gages enforce, all possible guards fbi, 'securiri vigilantly 4 tIe

3 bate for Nassau County for Letters of Administration from the seaports not exceeding thirty leagues; establish >upon the ground landmark which and.-bonds'iteelf, in the'most solemn mannery so revenue of Mexico,by preventing,,the impp ta. j4!
CO.bt on the estate of Joseph Dergallo, late of and such evacuation of'the interior of the re- shall show,the limits, 4cfbpth republic*, as described soon as it shall know 0fDUGhC&tI53.; being tiori'under l ver of this stipulation of ar

$aid county, deceased. Mexican republic, to points that shall be selected in the present article, the"two"goverh"- within its territory, and shall be able 6b to do, ticks other than such,*both in kind and in any
th quaotity
DOMINGO ACOSTA, by common agreement, at distance from ments shall each" appoint a cbriimigaioner d through1'thefaithful* 'exercise fit influence as shall really.be wanted for.the,USQ-and ,
of JOHN A. CAVEDO. the seaports not exceeding thirty leagues f and surveyor, who before the -expiration: of one and powertorescue them:and'return them totlcicountryor consumption,of,the forces of the llnite4.tte
V Fcrnamlina. Fla., July 1S-18. Ct such evacuation of the interior of the republic year from the sate of the exchange .of ratifications deliver .them tp the agent or during tile tiine' they remain in' Mexico" Td 'jii

''J shall be completed with the least possible delay;' of this treaty, shall met ,atheport of repreaentative, of the Mexican, government.The this' ndit shall bVthe dutybrallrdfficers'an'dagents'of
Administrator's Notice. the Mexican government hereby binding itself San Diego, and proceed; to run and mark, the Mexican auih'brities'will, as'for'as""practi -the United Stateg'to denounce ta'thd

la '1 1IIE Subscriber, having qualified Admin to afford every facility in its power for render- said boundary in its whole course to the mouth cablegfve1/ 'tb the g yernrnen'of- thV United Mexican authorities at the, respective;ports
istrator on the Estate of the late Robert fig the same convenient to the troops ontheir; of the Rio Bravo del Norte. They shall :keep States notice of-.such captures'and; itsagent: attempts at a frauduleiit,abuse pf this stipulaw.any

0,Livingston, Notice is hereby given, to all march and in their new positions, and'for pro journals and mark out plans of their operations; shall-pay4the expanses incurred themairite- tioii'whicii they,may know of, or( may have re 3'
persons, (Creditors, Legatees,and Distributees moting a good understanding between them'and and the result agreed upon by them,shall be nance and,,transmissien of the rescued captiyes ; son to rfnspectjp arid to'give'-'such"authbriti wall
and others.) having demands against said estate the inhabitants. In like manner, orders shall deemed a part of this treaty, and ihall'-have who in'the paeantrriie, shall treated with the the aid in their power with regard theretoand
them in of the the force if it were inserted thr in.:!The utmost hospitality'tfy the American authorities
to present properly authenticated. be despatched to the 'persons charge same as every such .attempt, when, duly proved, and established
within the time prescribed by law. to the Sub custom houses tit airports occupied by'the for- two governments will amicabljragreC regarding at the place3i.where they! niayi.be.. B t-Ifthu by,sentence, bf a .competent tribunal

criber, if by mail, postpaid, or this notice will cesofthe United States,,requiring them (under what may be necessary to. these .persons, end governmen pf.the.United.States, before receiv. shall'be punished by*'tho 'confiscation' bf tile,
SI be plead'in bar of their recovery. the same condition) immediately to deliver possession also as'their respective escorts, should such be lug such,notice from Mexico, should obtain inlelligence property so'attempted-to be frauduleritly intro*

JAMES A. PEDEN, Adm'r. of the same to the persons authorized by necessary. '- ) through11any'other 'channel, bf the duced.' L ; IY ,: i-
Kewnanstillo, July 15, 184S. Sw the Mexican government receive it, together The boundary line established by this'article existence of Mexican captives-within-its-terrU : iift
with all bonds and evidences of debt for duties shall bo religiously respected by. each of the tory-it !ill proceed. fortliwitlij to effect'their j

-1 Administrator's Notice. on importations yet fallen due., Moreover, two republics, and no change shall- vcr be made release ,and; delivery'to th'o iexican,ageit as -- -;- Qai1

PERSONS interested in the Estate of a faithful and exact account shall be made out, therein, except by the,express and free consent above.stipulated. .. ; .. 1 Poetrij JRun.Ia. rr"Mister.Joh'nnyjQ'CtoMujr
ALL late Joshua Miller, arc hereby notified showing the entire amount of all duties on imports of both nations, lawfully given By the general ,,,,JFpr the; purpose.of giving to these sLipu1ations a man of no'honor,.went' out with Miss Bfady.anice j4

That on the 1st day January, 1849, I and on exports collected at such custom government of each, in conformity with its own the (fullest possible efficacy, therebyaffording little lady, and tre ted to 'brandy/sponge

III shall present my accounts and vouchers, as Administrator houses or elsewhere in Mexico by authority of constitution. the; security'and redress ;tdemanded by cake and candy, 'and r more things dainty, and
to the Hon. Judge of Probates in the United States, from and after the day of ratification ARTICLE 6. The ,vessels and citizens of the their,true (spirit tind intent, the goverriment of kisses so plenty. But at lengthHhb sod fellow

*nd for Alachna County, for a final settlement on this treaty by the government of United States shall, at 'all.times'have a free the UnitedStates, ,will now .and hereafter; pass, grew awfully mOll wand; as' he'was Walking,
and discharge from the further administration the Mexican republic; and also an account of and uninterrupted passage' 'by'the gulf of California without unnecessary delay, and always vigilantly'enforce and kissing and talking,with pretty Wwsp Bra.
-such entire and the river Colorado b low'its- such1 laws the'nature bf'the dy. the nice littlo lady, a ,lull rhino..
:1I ofeaid estate, and shall pray a distribution the cost of collection, and amount, by confluence as ** ''* -"* purse ,p *1J( t'
Hereof. JOSIAh SECKINGER, Adm'r. deducting only .the cost collection, shall be with the Gila, to and frDia.theic.poesessions subject may require. tiAnd finally the 'sacredncss.of wish it was, mine,, ohj) he.whipped fromhe'

Ntwnansville, July 1st, lb-18. Cm delivered to thcTMcxican government, at the city situated north of tho boupdary line defined this obligation sh ali never .bo lostj sight pocket, and-cleared-like a rocket; But Boonliewas
of Mexico, within three months after the exchange in the preceding' article;(ii being' und'crst'oodthat pf!by"the: said government'wKcn providing for taken, while tracks he was making/rand 1IWJ
of ratifications. .- this passage is tb'be'by riaTigatinig the gulf the1 removal of the'Indians' frbriifariy'1 porliori of lodgings agsigned.him-,where, justice may find
STATE OF FJLOIUDA I The evacuation.of the capital of the Mexican of California and the river Colorado,arid not by the said territories/or'fbr its-being- settled by him.i ,.But the maid on the morrow;'came,forward

V COUNTY OP DUVAL.' republic :by the troops of the United States, in land, without thxpessSCOfl2OrOf the.Mexi- citisens pttheiUnited States.buton tho con .in sorrow,.her, little heart hcaiing3-p1ud

f To all to whom these Presents shall comt, virtue of the above stipulation, shall bb completed can governinent. ., .. ti. trary, special.care hA1I4 then be, takju.not..tp tears her t7tiShT3flgandbeggci; thatrhi3
Greeting. in one month after the orders-there stipulated If; by the"examinatifans which'may be ma4it place,its Indian occupants under tie' necessity honor would pity poor Conner,td whicV he;cmsented 1jWX.-
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has this for shall have been received by the comman- should bo ascertained* to be practicable'arid bf8 eking' Lawrence
WHEREAS, to for Letters Jlyan of Adminis-day, ,der.of tho said.troops, or sooner if possible. advantageous construct aroad;'earialj orirailwayf which the United:Stated hate solemnly Couple,1 with limbsi mighty supple, and .lefVua
me which should in whole obliged themeeITest ,xstz'aiugir,1iiji presuming; that maiden so blooming, herself 0
Oration of all and singular the Goods Chattels ARTICLE Jromediately afjer,;exchange op pun; J PPft
fctghts and Credits?' which'wc1 of, George, of ratifications'of the present treaty, alt castles, the river Gila, or upon its rIghter its left bank, .0LTlcLz.2. laconiderationofthe* J ilteusion'J &etmuclztnoubIwas dooming;,for,. ohn-. -

thurch late of said county 'deceased-.: forli";; territories 'places,;'and'possessions,Which: within the spjce ofoneniarine Jeague from either acquired by thabonDdanttof th UnitedState, 'beib1ockheadjwbopIcke1the md'p q
-- ,have been taken oroccupied'bythe U. States margin of,the, river, the/governments ef Uiraenfiea iff'tne'tfln rlitle-'cr thiP'preB'enttrtaty e iWhen married. I'm ;
These toCITE and admonish all
axe therefore the both reublichifotn1M agrtomerit'regard- 'th rriment'oft tHi'United. Utos engage likfl-winking,'! -
I *ad angular the next of kin and,credi tore pf.fcWdweasedj during the present war,within the limits of 'gov
; to hew causa before inc oil or before Mexican republic .osi about to be established by lug Its constructipn,;in Border;jSafrf ;top; tur.tlot*t tfetr M iiately '1)-'4 M1.YOVng:- 4rnouw-Acapit3L5to- : : t-c' ,et

the second niextensti"ft the, foll iing.article'l8hair.be'definitiTelyt res-! ? tb. zu ofteen LnUltQns odoUar. ?
Monday1 in August i r7iOljOta7oung4aprnudfor
toraTto the said republic,'togelher-with'all the uler tnis t ; J
rhy taid application should not be granted; ionorsjwnoinade his( first..and '
Gilt1tlI&&rt .S'uly the 4u
of munitions, tatificd-.br
.wrctwise .artillery'arms, apparatus war;
Letters asaforoid
Administration
of ptlesamenigbt.7T1ierewaa
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will issue to said.Lawrence Ryan. and,-other public,property, which were in( said the Bio Bfavo'del lying bclaw.th* Bmttirn can republican;vita oft tmi1Uo of4ulJri1hLlpOdj ixint ho PIiQC1 p4

Witness arid the seal of this Castles and forts wten captured, and twhich boundary of JtfewMexicpjbeing.; ; agreeably, whh' the
my name shall remain'thcrb at the time when this treaty- to t1i,1ifthart.icle, divided in JthV: middle ieweenihe that' ftiiTnid 8tates atth city.ofMexcoj same complaint as
.Ju.B.1;1 Court, this third ((3rd day-bf July,1 A:D. -shall be:duly ratified by the government of the ( two'wpubliclih'6 n ti i6nl'of fKe iIit'go1ii'r 11r intM !tico ThThg'.telhhillionbt hit 4i .j. ly- -'
one thousand hundred and .the aaine to him far, as'proriunpiatiou
eight so
forty Mexican, republic. To this immediately Gila1*and of the''Bravb? below saidbdndaiyshall ; J lIthshslI be paid __ i'lected the,cha went:>

eight. WILLIAM F.. CRABTREE- upon the signature of this treaty.orders shall, i be free and,coramori t6theve8sels; and citizens _atthearae ,placejtnd; ln-tb.eael.ininan; haebt'iid" *when" ;:he tnofjizi: : ?>N1ro VJ'ri mw
appeared before
Avweu '
officers ofwithout botb .andj fleJitherfhall nual/instolmenU /three miUiont of dollars ; >
be the American commanding countriesf ,
Judge of Probat Duval County. despatched to t. < t *' iW v ;!> fllled.hquseond teachTed'tlio4ehvor.d test p'ieccL he'thii
: castles and forts, securing against the cpnsent of the other,.construct any each, t gethWii'itb inretp the aarne 'Mtherate -,
such ? "
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Jnly8,1848. t ?
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:.. ___ the removal destruction of any such artillery,- work that may impede'6r interrup in whbie'or ; of six per centum pttr'tBnhunx01Th w'in* : : ; liw; ::
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-. arm ; apparatus-f6f War,1 munitiOns, or other, in part;'thb'exercise bf this right j-not ven'!fo> ierestranall begin to-rattvopoi thewhble--sum ;,;t 7. OLI :t.... io

Brought to Juil, public -property. 'The cityo: Mexico,' within: the.purpose.of 3 favoring new,,methods of navigation -of twelver millipni/rom he.daj.cf ..ratificaf On the Grabdian" hills ,

ON the 20th insL, a Negro Man; who, the inner line oiti pcbmCfltLSurrOUfldngtb NprshaH( anxitax.or.epntributipn, un- ,!*./_ I7, 4.1:; ..jlJ- len i .tteatj\bytht jMexican'govr" pp ttp stcp -' red wag in !tlitf pltj'rising 'Jr ts!fJL I

calls himself JIM IlICKMAN, and says. said, ,city igcomrelicnde1riU hcabove .der,any denomination or title,"be leviedjUppn ernment. and.the first of the instalment* thailbe .toa'deliberateljT'Checkirig-'himviiV-.. 'hsecec .He belongs to Tlobert Stewart, Marion. -stipulations, regards| the restoration of artillery4 vessels' or"persohsnavigatirig fh'e'saniey" or'tip'onrmerchandise p'aid at the expiratioi of aV>ear from the btoyUrdiI ( Ddnt1p'a i'.

? _.county, Florida. 'The owner id reques -- apparatus of war,&cv"" t! dneffects transported. eon, same 'd yrTog thefc with each-annual iin talment 4l-The house wasHhwwn into corrtuWori4-nd

** to come forward, pay txe ; iind take him The final evacuation-.of' the territory of, the except in. the case Jlanding.upon.'Ofle.pf.theirDUVU as it-fa1isdue'th whole intereataccru: I Iing1oi Ih
*' w7. 3.-A. DARBEE,/Jailor D. C&CkeonvilleApril29 Mexican republic, by the forces,of the.,United it; fqr t1o)3idriversnavigab1e J4h 1 bed 1It was 184'8. $ them alsobepaid.. "*t-s*'e ii; u *wntiq .> ,
tfv !
inihree months -
/ States, shall,be,completed from: r .t Jinee- oSag. u.-"T? '____> .. .
a1Yn'tageous
1t
jw ,
if state p ? > a
i-atificationSj'or'sooner neccssaryor I
the said'exch'arige'of ; DUVU ; *W O1AVUAV&EJ1* V i" -
w *iiEo-: possible the Mexican government hereby enigagingvioain to establish any tax-or'' o tributiou* this 1ye2',1tl3siind and pay;to the claimants all the CMZt wijritytfry.-An Irish officer notVear"XttanVin } &

sI MONTHS aft .dste, .l.i&an.present- my1 ; }-foregoing article, Uuise all Bhallnot bedon'ogovernments. Witbout-thp conscnt of.both ftmounts. 9Wj.due V them* ,and*those" .hereafter! ir to i i1ecome b Ww.. terms;iras lately tj4eJ fof ea *
the claims already I sauIt
die of iiditl lleg
: accounts and vouchew as Executor oftho means in its poyic fp .>3Tio 'ovfi-douiVr vmi jji rfJao? 1i1ci by dtd&1ttlid'f reason iciT1Be; 1 Mthouryweteomn jjtbea'w
-6tate James .B..Roberts,..deceased tq, Ibo; tion iiiia: rtxdering fte convcmeit to hc troops; thLThe stipulations contained in the prsentar. rnthJn42o, aeeingtheMo told
tide shalllnot anipair! the.-ierntoriabrights of public, under the'con4eritiofts' )Hwe tf.tha i J b1r1h-irihem-1w&
j odziidcrsbndIng
fudge of Probate of this county: for settlement and i rbiIiting Lt'.
f and allowance him and at the same time I twcen them and the inhabitariy.uilt .' cither republic:within its'eatablifihcd limita..h : epublics'i iDvefally concluded ontbeCeiftith iom T1ha44any '
by ,
; AivncLiB. Mexicans establtaUed in territories 4a9f4pni1 eUhtee5liu.ndrcd ar d,thirty 1ad tc;clialerigeUhcnL''a' I thanfcyPisr Lbrdsbiik? '
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all apply to the said Judge,or&>urty for a ;however.-;the ratificationof; this treatyby ; now: ,
ittl discharge from my* Eiqcutprship of the both parties ghould jipt.tako.placqin timot9alloathe -| !previously-$belonging:!to.?Mexic ,tani1,1 onthe,thirtieth day of January, eighteen? 1tht1heMthttIi tliiejgallant prisoner'utL wftfi your Lordit -
United, ;which .Temairi for.thftfuture/withini'Ine'limits; Siatnro ; ship's,
embarcation troopspjrthe
'L&eofaid James B.,Roberts, deceased. ; of.thc f
4JOhN.. ROBERTS;Executor of.,tha,- ; ; Stales to bd'cora'plef ed b'eforo the commencenientjof of the United States, as tlefincdJbjthe present: jbI1 *b ltlroempPth .
tKMexicbrirOrts oh the treatyjjhall be fret torjcontinue iwhemithey\ ; fm'iu al): oxpences whatever at'
1 last,>Vin&at>fJas.B.Robert8vaecaj th sickly Reason ]
I reside onto ,,tJi il 4dJ en's on ortlzem, have 'em ,u to, ,
friendly arrange ] now ciklIt14a aLl' 1a&e -
April 22. 18 IS/ 6m u-r- ; Q ulf of Mexico, in such case a -- oeitt 1 1t ;

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::s: ;-ID < '- : In the first pUceYM>vAt # 'The Liberttnea' *ra thoMtkTcry; opponenbwtoare '. nMl t. '.
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_) suspension of the .ndeaictha. P ; : .' '
II'. ,r'A"J' .- or,mqre'than naif lheMrte3 in this.Union, making .

:.1. ..;. : ; 1JAcKsoNILLE.. .JULT.,22i848:; : ,.. tainlng.a consideraticn of erelOl bj-; jthe question of Watery or.freedom partjnountvto -1 tp cf t i Pi'T1 .:.a

....'t ..'.. '.... ', '-\,. --, ., -. -" -.. .._.1 t motion was carried by A.vole,of, t tvery''oth ;'question.;and' aiming to t; fr. Med t 1 oMIriti4 .' 'te&
_,,. -i 1 find abolish slavery; under National and .State jurisdiction Jtt. tfi .c j .4 '. ii
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.:, .' 66. Among the Nays we .CA1J '.' 9.-.e TrtI. (
(he constitutional
t. ". ",.'I ..,'" .j.jI :FILLMORE, -Q.AD i ra\GIp 30? the Federal, through and State'GoTernmcfltS This action party of tlQful'er.. i tb Z f'i .f' ..

t.ri .... ... .. 1'v ,resolutions came up for ; bran- is represented by,the National Era at Wash. Statnmaft.-th."hOl101'ec1..I' -. '. -
.1 t. the 12th December. That which opinions the Emancipator at Boston, the Herald;; tio thlrnrpt ? l r.

.1 : :: : at l'hlladelphi ,- own paper here, and .-. .
: many
/can ; lustrfeuisbn b 4-
;, : ked No. /was adopted ft T o t 't \ :
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b in different of
other parts :
papers the country. 1
t". ;:'< DEMOCRATIC NOMUVATIOIT8.rou ., Nays 55., Among the Nays we ; AboU- The members of this'party differ'among them-:, .< Reolred, lr athiI t i f
t.e ii"t .
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.,It.lu1s.IiV,' : : names FILLMORE ,Adams, Gidd cg :: S :i selresas'to the extent,of the'':powers of the,National the services.General Taylor leau-ji 14181W1

jJ : ": rnSIDDT OF TPE UNITED STATES: The. vote was taken separately; Government'-' 'the subject"of slavery;r country, as *WliUryie erwe": !

: : : : ;. : CASS third resolution the but ther all agree in'thinking that'Government' that he 4, .
the !
t LEWIS branch of ha'permitted kfamlf tJj' JStoolof ff
. amend caD and should abOli8h'U'ln' all places where it.
.t et. :, .' OF MICHIGAN. .Congress. has no',right to do It will has'exclusive jurisdiction and dIsc izriEeIt: adesperaU.and uie C t_

t,"'eo." t5...:< "' which it cannot do directly." elsewhere, by ,example, recommendation, and; notwithstanding his ,rep Ii
I :.: t.- Tea VICE PRESIPEKT: : the e'Yel'1legitimate means. They* agree, also .It t.-e
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hiatotaHgnoranceof
vote of 173
adopted by a Ayes. '
"''; ;!'"? WILLIAM 0. BDTLEK the dis in regarding this'as the'prlDW'1 duty of the: Utblat.. 'Wi
: ,well.knbwnunfitnehaJe for
) find the Nays the Ue
agaftt
among Government-not to;be postponed to any other, .of | ,4
V u"fit** ....' OF KEMTUCKT. MORE, AdamS) Giddwgs and'8ld1o! I between' I -though other should be neglected.. This; '- made him tiwTictio'ottheh; .:

.\.. '.-... ..r;.".": : The question being then taken ; ,-by, agreement;in'regarding the question of slavery 'and/ambitiousd' %gns'K: 4 T9. ,
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m 't}. -'.,/ FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA.. : resolution, it was adopted by a vote under I as of pARAMouirr Importance'and.In'determiri-; < IOl;That we eannot pan owi gX; .
.t ; 1 ; ing their political action bythis: conside'stionis ( J
= '. I :! ; GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. Nays 40. The names FILLMORE, $.OOt o.o. the bond of/.union among Liberty .men iJ' .occasion,without, rebuke,th?d lioe iter? .

.> .'., ''' .1 ; (fufand Sade;again figure am ig .line,. constitutes them'a and flm t o tied V 1. .'
; :. ". ". _ _ : n.the political.party. V. uari < p1lblf.:pt
,.. ... .r. .:.. ,' thereby declaring that they. : 1 may .Garrisoniins.are: the members of;the(old: O tI'b11t1a; h Inp1 fntforthej'af "'. 1

4. '. .; : S FOR; CONGRESS: 'agitation\of the'1 subject of. Slavery I American Anti-Slavery,;S<>dety,:,w' it-existed, y : VIci" \ c r lk as5 "0'WI,;
f.,; 'VILLIAM'P.. .DUV.:, I prior to 1839, *uad those i who'concur,intwnti-! za1 t*"'
trict of Columbia and in the Terlit : tfJr
Sing thoiuppo rt of
Southe.
.. ment with them. called -
They Garrisonians
*tt.1StftH ** :r are : .
-S tstttb I S _ S the. New : .s 1 f : .. ,--t. ... tt
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1I the considerationottho fifth fJ' -
rr 'tii On because Mr. koai4
Garrison
their distinguished
: *ti'- simply : most 0, oua_ i- t'
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I '.f.. ':..1 .- FOR PRESIDE3TIAL ELECTORS' : a division was called for at the.word we have leader.. ;iThese anti-slavery-menad and rights"; 'andpartythose : \. teetrely f. y| gSJ '.

''r GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of.St.JoKn*. after the word!, "jurisdiction of." of the mit all that the slaveholders claim in regard.to ctepeude t..aJ1d.1 patriotieiportier -II
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.t ld be the guarantees slavery: in.the;.National Constitution 1J
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pS: : 6; CHARLES H. ?UPONTofQadei. .: 'branch", th,.fifth:resolution was I ; and believing these guaranties to be who.spurn the, diiwhen' I' ttI'p

c: ( JOHN MILTON, of Jackson C9Unty. .ted( by a vote of 'Ayes 146,Nays Europe'. I iniquitous ana, dishonorable," denounce ,theConstitutioQ :.ijf Conflicts'with. '.ihho i5f.t
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:.". ..!. find the names FILLMORE, I as,a -'' oyenant :with Death. and an. of their'country, will.repudu lt4jf .
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from agreement with Hell and demand theimmedi- ff.t
.:: .1 .;\. .DUVAL COMPANY CLAIMS.-We perceive, by DINGS and SLACK among the accor- : ate.c dissolution of the Union of .the :States.,. attliebaliotbox.. .- '"I'ti'.,t t 4.

:N-;. the reports of the proceedings of the House of declaring that it was constitutional and sub- :I They perform,'however,. no ,practical,measures Resolved That werespoud 1rith:. .4

S .;i.& Representatives that on the 7th lust,Mr.BURT,, the "jurisdiction of Congress," to (that is, to effect their obje t. They 'refuse ,tovoteor' probation, ..' t "'to' the :.ptriOtiOaddreiofthl; ,,
M' very in the'District or Territories, ) editor :to arm, and confine themselves to :'denunciationof tri Committee \:
Florida
i from the Committee on Military Affairs totE tad Wiiijledge .
sV ,
reported '
: is slavery and its abettors. This constitutes
a if
slaves '
I it the removal of from$ '
....; ; a Bill to provide for the payment of the others sect rather.than' party,,and are representedby ourselves to. hem and taour Die Ql

:: : f companies of Captains BUSH, PRICE, and, Sue and to discriminate between the his.rest the Liberator at Boston, the. Anti-Slavery brethren' ,throughout'cur.
of one 'portion of the confederacy to re Standard at New ,York,'and two or three other no exertion ,
on
: ; AREZ, for military service in Florida during the our .part 8haJl:. \
5g: Beminole war. The Bill was read twice referred er papers. "snatch her from the loathed' '
The 1 J'hi
will be Leaguers are a body citizens. who for- '
; :? ;'i; to Committee of the Whole, and ordered to The remaining clause of the of the mealy acted with the Liberty party; but hO.coming'dissatiefied political monster engendered bd1r'i ,

t ,. .S.':. .: be printed. was then adopted by a vote of' this with the ,determination of :WhiggeryaudRuojved 2TQTiAmi43oljnj'si) t '

] .. ;:.:' 72. Again we find the names of with that party to adopt no other political issue than ;.,That these;proc edinp.by'the.Chairman r

: ;: : MAJ. LOEING.-It is with extreme gratifica- ADAMS GIDDINGS and BLADE Said the single one of Slavery or Freedom, ,held a' and'Seeretar 's ;\ 'bit
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.. Convention last .
.' behind. year in the State of New York ",
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:. :.Jr .tlon that we learn that Col. WEBB. of the N. Y'r opposing the laying'of Abolition and in all the Democratic lIcu.
adopted
r to the a .new political creed, of nineteen papers of the 8st4
.,; : S .Courier, recently presented a sword to,our gallant table and in favor encouraging copy the articles, and nominated national.candidates CHARLES f BYKNE,>CaiJ'-, lipbe

.::: :;. fellow citizen, Maj.LORING,in behalf of the that has already arrayed one supposed represent their ideas.. 'hemem-, CHARLES SUMMERS, S -

,.: r,- citizens of Apalachicola. This tribute of respect Union against another,-has been bers vestigate of this all party hold themselves_bound to in- ' 'tazrf1n.nt; hef
political ,
questions and .
.aI. :' }.:I stands. proudly in contrast with the beggarly to carry
., 'I of Wilmot Provisoism-has Wash forward at the same time, and with equal steps, PROCEEDINGS OF' THE DEMQCKiy #

;: : i..1: conduct of our last partiZlLIl-ridden Whig organizations of the Democratic in all political':reforms. They generally, ifnot CONVENTION OF oLucjj: p /100

... I Legislature.r umvefsally,adopt constitutional '('
;:. ties at the North upon 'the very indus : opinions precisely _. "
.). '. the reverse of those of the Garrisonians. ; tbba
.. ;-. '.'.' slavery,-and bids fair to end in Sena They hold that the. Pursuant to Resolution
Constitution a
.. : COLUMBIA COUNTY.Weare truly rejoiced to of the United paused at he.

.:. ';;r':. .; learn. that the sturdy Democrats of. this once Southern institutions and the ., States States, of well its own in force abolished slavery in the ocratic Mass Meeting in May last/tie De!) f$ :
as as the national
't'. ;: .::' 'I the banner county of East Florida have aroused Union. a whig jurisdictions and that all territories and .from the several,precincts,in ColniaKv: B& ".
an ex ; slaveholding is at 'Jre'
.. .:. from their lethargy, and as if smelling the This was the final vote. We t : to a this moment prohibited by that instrument.-, assembled in Convention at Al11gao'gtiJB*

t ;' ... >war from afar, are preparing in.earnest for vic Toting upon a question of : the din .They hold that Congress has. constitutional day, 15th July, 1848. .00 hy?. :
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I 'r_;, ;. tory. The proceedings of the county convention most violtnt.Abolitionists of the I power to enforce this construction, and to se.cure' The Convention having been.called fo-t4|, '1it

.5'.' ';:'. reported in another colump, show 'that claiming openly,.and:in language n by.Tay Mr. I: denounce freedom the Liberty to every men person because by .law.they do They net on motion. of George D.Miller,. Ea' -

.\:'. 1,,**,I. :;Messrs. GEORGE ,E. MCCLELLAN, and, ,GU.ES.U.. understood his belief that Congress by I generally adopt their extreme views,just as the JAMES S. JONES was called,to, tb.1Ch I 8J.t&

'. .: .'' ELLIS, have been selected the Democratic candidates : slavery in the District of Columbia enter- Garrisonians denounce them because they do and GARRET YAHZAIIT appointed .t&bIc

:\+* for Representative. the next Legisla ritori, and taking anti-slavery suppor not adopt their opposite' extreme Y ew.- At the request of.the (JhairmanC irM. ;
: They denounce them also '" : 6
because, rT fIves
..' ..l: ture. Surely if high qualifications and popularity at that day, were the'extreme seeing the practicability of,pressing successful they, not arose.and in a fewbriefendrtijt: .p
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: :*"' "i:: are any thing these gentlemen will have any Abolitionst in Congress. Is ly or advantageously a dozen .or twenty_ distInct marks explained the object ot the ConTati? [.0'

I S : .:;', it all their own way. We hear of a strong sult to the South that such an one of Md.. issues at once prefer to make the one regarded On motion of'Alexander Bachelot'p ,I Esqis 'tie.

i } .i ",.: : ticket that the Whigs intend to run against be n. nominated 'for' the, second other.by them as most important''Patriot paramount to' several precincts were,calledTio i tleiroTtlerii! | | 'IMp;
every The.Albany
:-.: them, but let the Democracy of Columbia. gift of the people, and that slave ngtorityof'S of and two or three other,papers,, represent at Albany.these the credentials of de1 gates'examined l ,l ai'
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; : : member what they once haTe done and that be fettered by party ties).-.dragged 'between .citizens. 5 uponthe following persons appeared and inn 1'c

I : ;' .' : with such leaders they can now give their opponents to vote'for a candidate' revolting i: of the The abolitionists and slavery] .opponents who enrolled as authorixed'delegates, viz: d .c4.'Ot

another Waterloo defeat. wake on.the morrow to find his yet, act with: the old parties are those'who:regard 'Eiii gJ Star*''Alexander BacfirtoV? fJ' ba'Sn.:
: the, abolition of ,in
slavery the United '
I.: .. ':: t : .' the Senate given in every instance rks States' as a ,desirable: thing,,but are indisposed; t .Bunu'. arret. !VanZant.1".. -.' ". 17. ,. .
DE Bows CoizacIALitEviEw or.THE SOUTH of his make the : .t
emies M.IveeGee.
I. :. country by .to Slavery question the paramount is Alligator-Washington" ; s
::: AND WEST.-We have received a double number sue. These citizens
differ
k : The Southern press have already into widely from each .Miller, and Bazil G. O'Dryal.t wemI
.. 'valuable for the months ,the other in their views of :
: of this periodical, ( slavery. Some regard .
J f -. the Edfrtr r.- -ClL. Wnson G. W.Stewart lal
t exposed incendiary opinions of 36 it yo1
'
a political evil
: as. only others criminal
as A
\ : : : : May and June. We regret to perceive that the ; ,
Some believe J.Edward& Sf IFS
'. MORE, and had supposed that it was slavery, that Congress has power to abol
.5 ;: :. publisher is compelled to make an urgent appeal ry to resort again to the abundant of ish it throughout the country ; others, that the Carter's. Jos. A.Ellis W.Walker,ind'4 Su

.. to Southern planters'and merchants to aid him on this score. But we find jurisdiction of Congress over the subject is con- Mickler. .. ', .?1. 'I\

S ;., :' him in his undertaking, and that its expenses .fined to Territories, where' the jurisdiction of Santa Fe.-Wm. Townsend and Wm.j
this State so blind with party the General f pre
*'..!' > have exceeded its income. It is'a work such as Government is exclusive. Some 5
:
.:. '! .,' '' they would support him until, the ter would limit their efforts t& the exclusion of slavery lack.' 1h
.
the South never before had and has done much
..ar", mouth,he should tell them that if it the from new Territories ; others demand its Ellir.iU.--S.Jfaiicoc ,.J.M Crews,a. ia
'
... .: '.. to develope its resources and wealth. The par. abolition in the District, and wherever it S -' .'JK oCOU
Us
he would immediately abolish the lan can Wm. Barco, and Tyra Pariah,, .J.i
: tu4:. ticular attention which it pays to eugar planting power be reached. They agree in thinking that the get
S* .: :' At a Whig meeting held in St. practical work .of legislative Cedar. CVefttv' Jamei. .M. Burnsidei, tJ. 1ft
antislavery -
and manufacture should it
I give a large cir. -
t.
: find the be done by one the Jot>nrciHe- John Harvey anOn GeiC
.... 29th ult., we following printed or other of the existing par
'. culation in this State and we trust the time is 'OB.pt
I ties,and they rather choose :
resolutions there "un nimou81l and Hunter to stay where they motion of Joseph. A. E11 )Jf.--
f.: not far distant when it will receive such, as itJ. are than .to take independent positions. Whig
t ;. 1 tically" adopted. Durrance was allowed to act as delegate wit
.: r. is worth fifty agricultural newspapers. Alreadyhfeve and Democratic anti-slavery papers generally
Mineral Springs. a* IOn
... 4 several articles appeared reference to Resolved, That in Millard moved express the views of these citizens. 'lYeJ
.
.
k York, the nominee for the Vice motion of Joseph M. Crews, EsqtriResohedr .

.. .: '. .: the productions Florida. It is published at presented to the people an might .COLUMBIA COUNTY ALL 'RIGHT. That this Convention'.now p iieL then

Ih.I ':'.;'..,': New Orleans, at $5 per year. lug all the requisites of a Statesman, in i[:EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCL1 .to nominate two'suitable persons us caodid f.J carU.

.i.: ed for his talent and learning, and -ayes ALLIGATOR July 17th 1848. to represent Columbia county in thenixtj ]

1 I : j' 't: :; MILLARD FILLMORE. station qualified and to discharge that"tfe the duties that he ; Dear Sir:-The Secretary'wi11, probably, send' eral Assembly. i4*\ ,
i On the 11th of December 1838 series of resolutions ; charge the
1 : ,a of this Whereupon names of several. prosaatat &at
by mail the :
tionist founded either in ignorance you proceedings of our County
,
SI. ; ::; relating to Southern rights were introduced call. Convention which Democrats were put in nomination aadrlftl tot
.
assembled at this place on its
It is to make
always good policy
into the House of Representatives by e as to Secretary proceeded to call the precinelttiti
1
; ,
: Saturday last. Giles ad
Major U.
and
S. : .; Mr. ATUERTON, of New Hampshire. Among fla -footed assertions, when it is Mexico E. McClellan Ellis Capt. record the votes as given.. Tht ru 1tt.1 or.J&e.
George
well tried
; : :. that those to whom they are and sterling
; them were the following: ; are Democrats : follows: :, .':' ::.. 2d. Resolved, That petitions for the abolition nothing and will know nothing of ; been were the nominees. The greatest. George :E. Mcdellan, 20 votes. Cviow

: Slavery in the District Columbia and the issue. ,It also looks well in a harmony and good feeling prevailed, and when' Giles U Ellis '
against 22.votes.
? territories of the United States and against the pecially if the assertion be in the result'ofthe vote was announced, there was for
removal of slaves from one State to another lying Wm. G.Stewart 2vctea.4 101
4" making it forcible and a{general burst of applause. 1 never before
are part of a planofoperations set on foot to energetic, : "Messrs.'McCLELL AN.and ELLeeived 1a&'YiJi ii1
in the stringency and a of witnessed so much enthisiasmin a political as1emblage *
semblance
affect the institution slavery several a majority of,the Totes w reduly "IfV'! 4
tr States,and thus indirectly destroy that institution bly. nine tenths of the, Whig for:the same purpose in i this County.!; -
: dis nominated a's the'candida f t1i 1Mf
M>
: -
limits.3d.
1111 withjn their From pre5 manifestations we'must succeed'in .
State never heard.of FILLMORE '-5- '' e- 'C 4 "
. Resolved That'Congress ;has no right to I adop- ; -" : cratiepart f.Columbia County Iwr' BeprtSfrjf it
tiyes;:and:only know from th lrpw '. if: .. ., arryingthfCounty. .. bjr. bidsornema4oi.j ? } >*u.* v'ti'- u J jlr'STl*
: which it cannot do '
d4 do that indirectly directly, ; : c' ; ) MTW to.t;q.General. ,. Anem of gt |fc &Iefo
-1' 'and that the agitation of the subject of slavery gans thai a charge,of Abolitionism : i r. : IT_ rJl tW g. ,I" C" .ih' i; F1orida.T.- '. 'H.-Yi 'h" ""

S in the District of Columbia, or the territories, on -him-;, but '
t with view of Jr. ; \ IDi
:
as a means or .the. disturbing oroverthrowing hate learned since ;burrnbminaUons
grounds.-To KuchtheVesplulion 1'1 w1fly;
S ;3 a < '" that InstitutIon'' in'the' several the fol- thJ t ""bdt l:d b' th j''fl':; :: 'lr.'ii.. .., .t'I.w'T' 1I.". nd M "nar.' b\iit 1o. till
is addressed couched in' ., H. W
S. v' J., States; *s ag&tast true spirit and meaning ,. ;,apr Pfi tJ of "-- 4*,tpii<..ew it:, H isuH.i' ..'J J 2/Jilfti.url *Wn ; ;!J' n ''i&P .,... Wj. trW1
of'the Constitution, tin .iniriiigement>* rtherigh language, and evidently!doing. : 1u bnng out,a.more, ,descrying candidate, jfor;their; ;
j MessrsMcClellan rand Ellis of
: : : t.heu
,, .
;
;of the States affected and a breach of thepublicfaith attain the great object of,life, Truth .favors, as: hale tbe.mostdeTotedjpCneYering: ; t '.
South -tio iiwMchduty1iA'in Jft 1 id
upon"'lpch they entered.into"the tod .J be
industrious : .
confederation. alffacts"and,. ,' 'Of \. "words can'. prove. :.an : .elGt. .,.'_>-. "..--. .>. :-_..:: tkctiGnecring''n .. *')'l'1'M.a,1'WhIg) ,: .thni--- epntlmn. "- .S. :4 ...A1\'n 01"t.aI''I'M".? "'..Si- ,*'Ull:7 .-_-ta&,_! tel
S g o-----. -r6 ,. r"-r-, & "WM
.,,
S ;
refer! to the definition iti -\ in I to near ticketiuDuyal..jjamilton {{
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; : 5'j: 4th. Resolved; That the Constitution rests on t.AbO ((1"view .yoinmDia.;: .nope, } orastrpng nominations.1 ':3 nath.
:
;
; the broad principles of equality among the in another column by an ; I wdoskeandiifl'fla .. ::14: : r.tt-Z h, .1
which !The ChaiftlllDLiheDJppolateci J&
\ .E I
1.' members of this confederacy,and that Congress How;does this accord with Mr. tale this.falLi : *'COLUMBIA j .
S .;r ; 0 in the exercise of its acknowledged powers has :;only i : tt- ;-r 7 -: -1. r consisting'pfsr&Iye ,f pBryanMicklerHarvey /] In
}:
;- I' !ii no right to discriminate between the institutions o pIi6niaicxifressd1nhIs vote on ; spoils 'DEMOCRATIC.MEETING;*. ..' 'I afld", Miner. i draft. resi .._-7 '

_ tI of one portion of the the States and"another and with the ton resolutions. alone' 2 ,, ,. .'.con.. At.a, Meeting oldie': Democratic P. ..kt..Mandllo1'in I exreaii'ofthe t i a f, %vwws iA11, ot'thiapony yi'i"* !
view of abolishing one promoting '1st. We find him the .n -'" '" > '
> "
voting/or t
_ a, > : ifVJLiJc '--- it-A-: &* which committee-having..retired_for: I.eo.
S-- other. tIonwh1ii 'declares!that : ; J precinct Bwriu. .. .county" ,. ntnedypublic j :
} t .
:' 5th.,Resolved therefore, That all attempts. : !: notice. ,:on..tie 15th July,'.1848,tit followIng '; time returned and reported; followiaj ztlertiti .
olrer iho'l 1 -r **
risdiction *
h. : the part of Congress to abolish slavery in the whateyer. .. (II" '" not an l Resolutions w.rs unanimously adopted i' -.1 r -D iibkh'were'unanimously/TT*1op4 in

S ii? : District of Columbia or the Territories, .or to Yeryin. the several,.States, yeV he' ; species" : 'Bl tTh: i' t :b W Jf e 11 t .1'ad

\ S ..:: prohibit the removal slaves.from State to Stateor only 30 others against the third *T*unde->TTrf 5', S 4 That' -'':'we,, ,bai1ithiOght..,.:: A : :.SLlt d.Mexi ..r (w r"' 'I

I. '::3' to discriminate between the institutions of one thereby declared, that t.although ificationthej. nominationbtheti ,,. DemoxsajdaNa-; tb. .esu1tof'repeatedacta" J oaggretoutrag.btheRepub1o fat

: portion' of the confederacy'.and another'withthe ; 1'e17 nM onention''ofLewia Cats ,for President of11exeo o iHI.t 'w..
no'authority interfere directly upon
.m :(t aforesaid in violation of the Con. to '
; ;; views are is' atiy ind ixens'.and ,
.5 WnT0.. Bujler for Vice-P/esidentand upon our territory and aeciIW1commenced :
# ._ ;
of the fundamental stitution of in the '
,4:: ; etitutiott destructive principle slavery States, Abtf- thAt q and ; 'in' 1iflth' ..1
: .we 'Vt1ozl to' 'r motifth prosecuted
which the union of these States. wm US. .1.: p' (
: on rests it indirectly, "with the view of ; ; S.5;" ': L' ."- ., ,. :,, 5'.: pie1otion. .J. national 'rights and honorndihtfr? J
1t.4; :::. and bey.nd. the jurisdiction of Congress;,and bverthtowing"that 'institution' in 'C ..\r! ," 5'c ... _!": t dent Polk merits th'eapiirbval: ,ofeery A :I fa

S., that every petition,'memorial, resolution proposition men or 'f1 Resohed, 'Thatthe: .'}\\long, :and distinguished cani citizen', !for his promptneIiqeUij,4 bI
t8sl7. is' not .
touching or relating in "against the true of.the: It
? or paper, any '
: .' 'eBIII1"
l : 's serviiesGeneral I has .. :! .. : lit
A way or to any ex whatever to. slavery as meaning of the.Constitution.1i :the 1" >' '*.i.>"f.--:'ir.w'i,-'-r."." ..ioebroadhiiigrOatabIUtip .-. 'ri wisdom with ,which,he 'hai:coaducttd th1-,
aforesaid or-the abolition thereof, shall, on the : Gar' -try.In.the; ,l1t.g."L':J J t&
S 2nd. On the fourth resolution ; ; s *> : to honorable.and glorious tiOlLIJll
i! presentation thereof without any further action ,withi! as;a,Statesman, and : !
Resolved Thais iD.th'J es1C2IJAwil 'epJ
taken on each clause e 11. ; .
: laid the table without be- parat .
;; l4. thtreon- be upon his long ,experience .in: publiaffaIrs-but 'and Wm: 'Q.:< Butler-we'reeognhe: Jir
l'..printed or referred. the first declaring:that "the tii : ..' ,1* arii
ing dtb4te< : :above all,':,his)manly and independent stand. in, President {-and" Vice 'President'ott1itiiUS toa
Mr..MILCARD FILLMORE was a member of the upon the broad prindpleor quality should; t 'which;meets -"with, oarthquali4edt4
: \ ,of bar :taorotSoiitheyn1] : rights:entitlflfffa, the; ; .. ,
the time. Let US votes members' of the Confederacy"> ; probati0Jr2'and.whic}, deservesandf tTa.n.u. ..
,
time Hous$at tracers: and ; a:
; to a cordial gratitude! warm stpport of evejryj ef t *

W upon.the several resolutions.. cgavut the second. 'in a 'glorious 1-' '...r*"*: A : -J : } 1l. l1.1 .tII1",_..;.:.. t""04.-..;." '"} ""_.. r..J.t.t".,1U.1."v-,>,,'.ti''f...";. -i,,5-:.'C",. "f It SOUth.sealotts&-' i t-support' ef" the t IDemeeney di I .nl.; .:it fit

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J ; ; ; .t.h' i.? A,teI hiatdfcgrap : 'to the tini'YoekConner ,iItl but an*rt-of jurilce to'the ,,Ot.eaiPwe08e.._ :u- -_ ',,- %, .. __ ..t"' ...'. '. i t.l"
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tr > Vtu #*J** :-v1-* '* 1..iOt 3 4 Qusrffet !
1 ] .of and EagntretreceiredratLiteepoolfrom personal. twwt? lq4; Ui", t and v+ .!. fx. .' tt;
t Paris,dated at,ncoa en the24th 1 ',lei ys -tfJ .1 ; U wAG,_M. e :::1:1&VUJ &wI., M '".. P-ZBiiti'H'"''--0." ". .' "_.,,_.,' -"". ;_.. ..,

, ? \ of ''thew'thecriaiituia GtiW, ';"iiTi d'lrn'Paru. ,a.ROU'Frida' ably. One, f the ]proprietors'of theTr&vtlKr! j''1..1 0AA.-.1Irft' :"',".
1 t the*' wr.>;i \ IIL.a was wUrdy;ured..ofasevere' . I I S[ I thetelegrap. that. ometo awentj eevmlaclasl'e "-" :0: ,,
a ? by the .of this Balsam ', .. .. a$.i ;y1 .
: : : the troops and the'Nstiaa s1"Guards sere, fightujgdesper&tdy and sevral'of,our;.friends::andJicquaiaUace,; &hht".1.. > : ..J fiife and Ud:.9 alz. laone. .9 l' 'I

: its; with.. ,the'people'and t'W si terrific ,.whohave: ;tried,the article,;have,found tit of fractional. to phrlDtJ't''laWp&1r__' fI. ;.,m" i:
i the sacrifice of life; bad already.taken piaoev great service relieving them of severe+cough townehlp -.a..o {.xcept;Sections -I: .
*rIt "'-', "***..I. J .*- V-* -_ i and shortness of breathing,with which they had tw, thirteen,*twenty.tsarina_twenty-five ifJ.1

and was also reported at,the proffered mediation been afflicted.Mrs:' .th,,W. \FowleNo.; 118 and tOWDa1 Nl."atW41Y"i, '. .-, "'.-, <' .tweiilj-eix. .,.-of .'
f i of England will be accepted by Austria, i Washington street, Isth.'genera1agenL ftDtoV. .J. )
2 the Italian : I. five, Sections nine to fifteen T:
the
'regarding quarrel.r r"onot'"deceh-eniember that
... spurious imitations t
inclusive Sections
<
< to'we
, ; the': The*- .New* York'** .. *-Courier- fcil.-v .**and* 'Enquirer- -,l
! ", 10th inst publishes stiU.later.l1e1f8 respecting abound1throughout the land but it is Dr WUtar's .five and thirty-atx: in township twenty4wo, k a rn'f'1

J of the tmeute at-Paris. _that has performed. so many-thousand Won- township twenty>thrw, (except'ti'u one to tb :

: -, Its.,European:telegraphic despatch, ,states that derful cures, therefore-bU7'no oiJierbut the six Fractional inclusive.)of range thirty-four.. .. -, l :'J3

( -::' the Executive.Government,of which Lamartine genuine original"Balsam 1 of Vlid.'ch' 7i; lignedLButu'onthewiapper. eastmC tierS township Sections twenty'in.township two, the''wen'11.::four i: w ,.

the' ; Arago,Marie, and Ledra Rollin'were members,',,. .. i Jfi -,and, Secctions' one to four, inclusive,&ctiKS .I.
'
-, had resigned. ;Gen.-Cavaigraab, at.-.the head of Forsal, wholesale and verse by to; fifteen inclusive, and .Stdpssr'tw ICty1" (",?
I the trooPsi'had' ,proclaimed the city.,.in a state JH- 't .fT.,O. HOLMES &' CO,' two to twentyjseyea inelusive, in,, ''totirentyai wu1 p ;

I of The had ''-.1 ".: :1to v.Jacksonville;E P. \ =,of range thirty-five.. f t t
siege. struggle therefore J -
not terminated Fractional'
., 'townships nineteen and twen'1
. be 1And.byDruggiata .
when the telegraphic.tom n caijon United generally.: throughout. the of. laD ,thirty.ai._ "- ,-- -- *," ""'.11-" .
States. j -_ > -, r "tt. 'i JuI122' 'j .fI'j\;
I between London and _Liverpool wasinterrupted. < .At.had oflics 'Tart" eewTmmeficing .:
'
. '" > t'n.rtr ..- twt. 8 i V- on Monde ,the twenty-third,day_of'Oetober 'i '.:
swarrtt.
for the 'i..t_ .
>"" next disposal of the public
-: '. .> a
IaDq1"i'f.
I es-' I The rumor of the resignation of the members In the count"otP'riiice Edward"Yir n aoq ted within the nndernientiontd'townships iDd :

. ( ): to of the Executive Government" is probably true- the 21S&' :'by the 11e; .;M.D. HogeY FRANCIS" ..> .gf totrndupai to. ._n:..-4.'.. "v '. vi _"'f .".,.H.,

. ,I that for the European, Times'(of 24th lf'stat P. WOOD.. ,Esq7 to' MbS'PAl1LINA" '.' -... '.E. SCOTT, .. South of the base line" ;and- east' of-the'\prinpQ1merldian. nf c ':

: a meeting of representatives, who have' 11.. *. .:.:. t.
\ : -V-I' -i jsrr' ., ,
hitherto ; '
the supported the Government;tookplacepu ITIAKIWE -e 4 ..'
r the 21st inst, at the'Palais Royal, at.which INTELLIGENCE.'t The two eastern tiers of Sections h township l't i!

it was agreed they could no longer be maintain. ,PORT' OP J ,, JULY 22.:; the east halt of: township three and town .

the ed in'power ye.may, therefore" expect from \ _, ship four; (except'the eastern' :tier Seetiaxty : =:

his day to day to hear of the,resignation or removal ARRIVED. of range three '. fl" .
no of the present Executive Commission. 'What' July'll.-&hr.. D C. .Foster, CanfieldL New ;Township (except Settltnt one to twelve t''J:

will replace it no one can tell Complete 'anarchy York. inclusive and Sections seventeeneighteen, rV \:

. any exists, and order in the streets is.only preserved July 2i.=Schr.Canton,17flson.'New,York. I nineteen, thirty and thirty-one:.sections six St; .

but by the determination of the national July_21.:Schr. Henry Alfred, W ass,.N.Y. and seven, in io'WllShlpUlrte,and.frafUonal 4: '
t ,guard. township ffve, (except.Sections three four, fivt :1l;

On the]22d numerous groups assembled,in -For sale by and six.) of range four. ; '<'f !::

. by I different parts of the town, some of whom cried. QUININE A. M. REED.OWNSEND'S Townships three and four, and fractional. :i'H
be Down with Lamartine." townshp the of ranSe'Ire.. ti

be fresh Township five, of range six. 4 ,
: true .In the National Assemblyon June 15th,,the JL npp'lyJast received SARSAPARILLA-A. and for sale by Township nine* of range tWelm '
ri President read letter from{Prince Louis &nu oneele'Ten fourteen t
Napoleon J li22. A. M. REED.MEN'S twelve thirteen ;i !
: Bonaparte resigning his seat'as member Sections twenty4hree to twenty-seven inclusive, ,

, : by of the Assembly.on the ground :that his election AND BOYS' Kip Brogans=Wo-. and, iecfionz thirty-four, tairty-fivoond. thfrty- .;r -Sttt;.
as 'Seal Brogans. Received by.brig 8evenand townships eight and nine,"cf rang* :.+ r
had been '
made the 'tor
ground disorders thirteen.
H. Kelloch and for sale b7 rti :!;-:
and disastrous errors. July 22.. A..M.' REED. The fraction loWniVip seven,aitnatidwiet it
bet The utmost agitation followed the reading of of the'Suwannee river- of range tourteeD..Jt: '.

this letter. A number of representatives quitted >p' ORB Bacon, Mackerel, Butter, Lard,PilotBreadCigara lands appropriated by:law- for the use;-of +''j'''

, I their places, and animated groups were Smoking Tobacco in papers .schools, military or other purposes; will ,be'ex :$ ;.
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4 formed in every part of the chamber. The Min ', &c. Just received by Brig H. Kelloch, eluded from the sales. \ ;! i l'
cJ ister of War could not help remarking that in and for sale by 1 The offering x>f the above mentioned 'laads \ .to .t.'

that the document just read, and which had becomea July22. ,A. M..BEED._ will be commenced on the days aPPoin.;and ,,:
set matter of history, the word Republic was proceed in the:order in which they are adver- :r :
of not even mentioned. He pointed out this omission LADIES'Black Filet Mitts Long do.Sewing. Used, with all convenient dispatch;until'the :
Misses,Hose Thread-lace Buttons whole shall have been offetedud.the saleli 4
to'the notice of the Assembly and of the .; ; ? \ t
whole country. (Loud cries of Vive la Republique. ; .Bobbins; Checked Cambri: White Linen'DriU thus closed. But no sale shall be kept i-op a :
we '') Extraordinary agitation followed and ; Swiss Edging; Figured Bobihet; Mosquito longer than two'weeks, and'no private-entry of t F .
it amidst the greaten confusion M. Thoubet, Net Shell Side Combs;Dressing do.; Children's any .of the lands wiH;be"admittedbnti" ', < ; .

that the Assembly should immediately proposed Neck do..; Gents'.L.B. Cotton.Shirts Bleached the expiration of the two weeks 'f;!.-

, declare that Louis Napoleon had ceased to be a and Brown Shirtings; Osnaburg; Denims- and Given'under my hand attheCity. ,otW shi ,
representative of the people. At&t1iowenr; + Stripei Pantaloon stuff, &. &c. ingtfon this"third 'dayr.'lullaDn .

it was resolved to adjourn andthe Minister, Just received and for sale, by ",one thousand eight hundred' and. fortyeight."i-. F '
dis (( July 22. 'A.'M.BEED.Administrator's vBy President: 't ;--u !
,Finance said Be certain, citizens,that the Republic .; t.
will not because JAMES K. POLL ;
perish you postpone .KICHARD'M. tOUNG '
y, your deliberation. notice.THE. Tf. :
er IRELAND. .. Subscriber will sell, by public sale, at *Commissioner vfthe General land Office 'n ./
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only Day b J day the accounts of the harvest are llle on Monday,the fourteendayof th NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION ;CLABIANTaEevery 3 jf, .
will dill August next ensuing, the Goods and >;
more gratifying and have the
we fairest
con Effects of the late Robert O.LiTiDgstocoJliia person entitled 'ts the right otpN.t1.
prospects of every abundant crops. rNew potatoes ting of a Law and.' Miscellaneous Library, and emption,te>,any.of th& loads.within;the,toWDS* :
,excellent in quality, are coming into ,
market ships and Dante of towashipe shore eaanteiyttsd
Terms made known the t.4./
other effects.. .. on day
although their consumption:at, preaentR'confined is req red establish the same.to the satial
.JAMES.A AdnvV.July O l' '
sale. PEDEN.
, of ;
to the wealthier,classes. ... .. .
,- '2t tioa of the Register:and Receiver of the proper .
The Irish mail has just arrived and from the 252,1848. '. :
Land Office,,and-make payment ithereforj =1.r-l
ern letters and papers received we have the following 'lUan 1al'8. a' '. soon as practicable after seeing, this notice ADcIr;
; bi r. important annoucement Mr. John O'Con- virtue of two'Executions issue--- of before-the :day appointed for..the tmeia'f
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UT- nell has published a long address to the people BY,the District Court the United States'for meat of the public sale of the.lands embracing t11'

battlethe of Ireland stating his intentions.ot giving the the Northern District of Florida, and tome directed the tract claimed,otherwise such claim Rillbe, &?", '
League a fair trial by abstaining from public forfeited. $ 't
aad'deliie'r'edagainst' ; Arthur,Burney, .< n. s a, T ;MJ'
u, life, except in so far as his duties as.a Member atCHARD
M. YOUNG
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I.have levied.upon, and shall sell at public auction 'L r $
n. of Parliament may require his exertion. He Cammisrioner t
of the.General Land.Cfc.i
,in front.or the Court House, in the city of yv< ,
the I will not join the League (so we understand)' Jacksonville between the hours of 10 a.m.and ,July*2d 1848. .lOinar.Taz.loilectos ,, .'- .._& .
neither will he offer it -
ass, I any opposition. 2 .of the first Monday of September-next .".
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be The Irish Felon has not yet come to hand.- p. ,, -.- 's Notice. fI j.mHB .
that The first form did not go to press yesterday till a two Negro children.Woman,ROBERT named Peg MYERS or Peggy Marshal, and her nndersigned;Tax' ,Collector. for Jhrno.JL h"1r... ,,'

to 2 o'clock, 15000 stamps have been taken forth e his G. HUMTHXETS., ; County. ,;'hereby gives. aotice'thathe" wIlt 4 l
By Vii> k .
Deputy attend v 4 J
re first impression. The first number will arrive .'I:'
: Jo- in New York, to Willmer & Rogers, by next ; Marshal's Office, } At Caltin Read's Itouse, ian t.- "MQ .
Augustine, July 22,1848. *
el week's steamer. da r.> ,1' .

i v The.tone of this day's! Tribune is very fierce, ltIaa1i'reDceB&a'sHouse, 2.St l Jm' Beach -. .:.
but still cautious enough to avoid the .hazard on Wed' n j2 8 th July inst.Y: '' ", %._Ij -..,t,."i'.,
ecill of a State's prosecution. The organization of ; At Col John..Brtward's Heuse.'Cedar Creek; f/ t'.
the the clubs is proceeding with vigor. on' Friday 28th July inst *" C:;;TAt .'
He Richard D lon' House '; :FetrrI
AUSTRIA.Prague ,. Gatey"l. i- .z-..." :
the nMonda131st.Jl111wst. '
.net I' ceased is a heap of ashes. The cannon never At Darling C. Prescott's.Store. :Clay HiDL'ci .'l t i,;:

de vomiting destruction upon the ill-fa Tuesday 1st August -- : -''oAt J"rH
,
ted city during the whole of the 16th. The
William Thomas' Hootfe thonasvillB .
slaughter has, according to all accounts been BY ,THE PRESIDENT'OP>.THE' v ". ,03 4
the fearful. '' UNITED STATES., ,J Wednesday August. -':** '
lad Le At the Court House, Jacksonville, on Friday fiil'
I In of law I JAMES K.POLK .
th pursuance Saturday and Monday the 4th, 5th and. 7th An >Y
rig Arrival of John Mitchell at Bermuda.So .-The ,.President of the United States gds. 't4' 4 1\ r" .

( ) New Orleans Picayune of the 6th'inst says: r of America, do hereby decJareand make Forth d purpose of receiving the. XetI say ? ,

; this We learn from an officer of the British steamer known, that public sales will be held I sensed for Revenue of the State forth, e 7it!

m Great Western, which arrived off Ship Island at.the undermentioned .Land.Offices in 1848. and for:taking the Census of aHvhit4 :: :
., to on the 3d inst. the following interesting particulars children between the ago_of/six and.eightees :#
; fur in relation to John Mitchell, the Irish the STATE OF FLORIDA, at the periods years, in accordance with a'1a"'Pa \ at t&$ '1 1 :
hereinafter designated to>wit : 0. last Session bf the General '
it patriot. The man-of-war steamer Scourge having Assembly"of ti& ftN}

con received an admirality order to_that effect At the land office at Newnansville commencing State, .A.A.CANOVA, yh, ':
ch proceeded to Spike Island, in the Cove of con, on;;Monday the ninth of October next for Tax Assessor and Collector for Duval. Go. '*
Ad I and after taking on board John Mitchel sailed the disposal'of the public lands-situated within I Jacksonville. Julr. .15th.-.-, 1848- i4r-. *' >,%\ 1

'j; rn on theIst, of June for the Island of Bermuda, the undermentioned townships _and parts of NOTICE -\ .1 i.'
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where she relieved the Daring, Capt Peel tbwnshipsiz: s P
:I : T of the Board fcf
| T ( J *j r f +r County Cow -
on which has betn_ for along time on that station. South of the. baseline, and.east of the principal A.S! D. C. :
. will be held nth<26th
to The Sea e arrived at Bermuda on the Oth ri 2{ :
of i m'C Ian..0 September allowance '
" to June and one- intormiat'saw. Mitchel the ; .to the Tai>. Assessor :>**?\.i.
on -
. and 22d. been The fraction of township eYeD situated east aadCollector said conntycr"Bl''Oft'OnF
Mitchel
. had treated..during' the of the Suwannee river,-(except Sections one;eleven : charges. and Insolvences7"in Tar List;f *-*&*& I ;i
in
dined
respect
.its passage ever as a gentleman, and!twelve.)'and fraetion i ol township WM F. h ORARTRE;Presideni J. .j
with the captstia of the:ship, and wai treated .
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, us the asa ,ten,east. .said-xiTer except( Sections m"av-: K "BoardefOounti Commissioners D. order of .
by : *
; guest, express Admirality en'eighteen nineteen twenty .and thirty >nl) VM1. in, IB JO.: .2?. j ei i2 .. .jj r'--t .
: lu.; Board. .He had the entire range oTthe :_ : w
'J quarterdeck \. .. .
: ofrwBgefourteen.t.r; _\ : ', .' '* $$ : .. !--'f' '' ,'H'' '.
) kin '
,
during the but a .y p ,
>passage of rein zc'R.A3dIlL1yBp1 SI
:{ sergeant !,
uttonaLto ibid
hip of s.vnteef.
tF QI JeCX rzDgt
eat marines himJ, r EN s oitaiitiC 's
abmysaccompanied The to ,X1lPl
.: ; day after t
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; he arrived hevwos sent on. shore nd lOOn ,.t,. .. 'L.} *: 1. ,ivr tar A-'tJ-f{!. ilr7J .- .' "' '. ". ...Dd.1ri11.- .., '< t.:
1 and oJ
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twenty-four and .ey.
. and afterwards conveyed on board the convict hulk 1jfcrn.ahipa1rentr Jacksonville. about theist." of.ul.t!4._ ':]:
.bWt h" I I
fractional ,:thirty one tbirty > fi
: the Medway,which lies'hear!Ireland Island, in the and of thenabont.twcj we i.after.Trhiea rho,eat f :"
ty thirt7- gh thirty-niae
ieven range
any harbor,of Bermuda. Mitchell was not dressed to sptfnd two or three. months in the FPp#, :
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J eighteen, *#&" >r& bfr'r: .;,.* : nz vf .he tion -1' 'j
Or.ueo""L, ; IV--.:
' as a convict,but wore,:the usual apparel f of a twenty-three'and ?Peaonatoirishinghis service* ,
twenty.four "
j.f.Townships'; Will therefore', tei n ear '
.Hei : ?
gentleman. appeared sad and 5 low spirited, f o .township thirty ne;townships thir qiiJ. f..JW < J'Wood'sHotelr
" er and looked.pale and,haggard.; ,It?was-the: impression ty-six thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional > r. ;,-' 1. A I; -" ,.-mac..- 4 ,!

,among;the officers 4at.Bermuda that a township thirty-nine, of range nineteen.-. --.*- June 2:4th '0.: (, ,: ._":"lc t. ; 'n1 10;

ed private room would be fitted.npVfor .Jum. onboard Townships tweet .three, (except,the western --.A"8dllbCrat rt."N86te :. If' J

, i the bulk,',.and that he would not be compelled tier of SectvHis.. \'.thirty-one..thirty-two,thirty- ALL PEGSONS/Aaving cr..11ttC'1'1f emaada. '
The i to labo-? I I, t f 'thirty-eight'and EltIt'or Mfr Sophia asSE
> I sit, thirtyeven,. thirty-nine, ; hl (.
' fir .' f" tHJ of.range" tweet' :;. !* .z".. ?; .: heirs,creditors, or entitled to dlstribuU. .

From the N. 0. Courier, 5th inst... iw1 ,Townshipt. thirty' ,..thirty-one. nd"tY." ,; render,them,in;within two.years or the?win" .

; ga Important.'==Cot Nicholas:JkcKnedrf: VTe 7-of range twenty-one..,/ ;/,. 2't" r ,.i.; be barred bj:law;.Perzanaindebtedj' .4W. .F-
\ ii have pernsed'a' from Co'f :C.'NicholaiLof Townships:; thirty,'. tbirtyon .r.thirty .woj ute wU1.16ate payment '\ f ot'
I the parish,-of St.James;.Addressed'to a gen tit,'.three and thirty-four, of'range,',.twentytwcC :J't ':' :" FdBQUHAB- I3ETHUNE; Ad a'r.4t..1" .i"'i.
ob tleman ;.. '* **" *> .'"" .- "i'y'. '- "- "t .1".J ,e'l84&j:;JjO__ It
of this city, :in whiclt'tho' Colonel says -. > n j .t J f yip.k \
t = > .
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. so that he had'declined.accepting an'invitation to ;*{At the land affieetatkiat: StrAugustineconaneaCing : ': -' -yj' rrK-'tlfieilA'itt' ateY.irtati .'V. ". --.J t
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; lar of Iberriils;.he f art h.declares'that he will next,f or,the_djsposalof the public lands with Cthe'8ofJJactoonvine i or Comb foe th t 1 tri t. fe'!J
'' : ; -ht not. acts an'electb ;for Gen Traylor,'and that in the undermentioned towDshipaa4par I rtd# r a Count ':otDcitopablfc '.nF l :- "

; hispositioii. mttst>(b as it:aiwayr, isi:beenl* townships,"tin: *- ,f + fc\g\ e:1 firontof Uo rt'B'Ia ;
tt [ se .th.h e denio raUopirty.v-'I., T* _.*;*' -F '
,\ .' South of the base Usendcattofthe principal b in' sald-eoaaf:it\W. 1
\
g in ,
u-lIe'gina his reasons"at-someeagth. C1"orc1cUnmgto .1\.j:1.ffm diaui..i'. eecon&Moi day in7 Jy next,1, !tureen. Iii'I'J
; ne T. 3S :
k
: act with thewhi 4 : '
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.. 'T- 1.!' h .niaeteea .Q d 'i1r"OTfWWlnll honrsofaaleonthat"day'a,certain hlf & '
4 in } x< oft VAf *mute iAhanl ; fr't mg .teem-., # A .T1 ; ,
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siJ .. j, T'.'- ..' .'jf..,.'\ -,,_.'.".,-,d.prv",1J'JI. ,,!.'',.I d'fi.. q'nal''.'.towaahi. ,:.tweatyone. ,.otr in slave execution,coiled'Chlocj th't under child G t i '.
; -* -- Gna:3Tiine It aaV'ilaat-W'eekf,"'as kWCJlijr-cjgut,;./":'*t'fpt{.> a. as ,Josep 'Lisl j
**"}* drawn ll at a.single: ,.on, tJr st,aide of #onalnowiishlp, nineteen (sndjtowMiiptwentyefrange r.tw :'atrerlcrition- i taT:iJct.i. .
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e : : : it New Haven harbor; tft1.ntQumi of white.fishis .' 1. >& &-. VysswTiaiwraiaptTra Banks. k'C' .; ;t 1'HOSLEDWItff.. wx't .,
mfneuly:as -coold'hi estimated, -wei J o r ind.; r eiioiialto n. ..Zm 17,1848: ._ ".. :. "f8h eriIf

If Jf 1,500,000 pounds;'or.750 tow t, i A. JotF. ship twee -.- ;of range thiiQr.4*'.>',' -'.f 'the b l 4f!postponed. to 0..

: ; ;, poises drorc th,fish w. ;irr j.t.t't fob'I.f r: TouahIps:: sy-two and sweatT4fcarrind ,I Monday ia August nexf .3'- 13'tiJ'T, .



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t 4. >: ., ?r "Newnansvillo, in said countybui'Mod4: thij ,Rtock ot .""; t1'iS' .. -1J. ..,.a.< ..G. -41 ..,": :.t.J.- f' ." F1nCancM: J' :I Hz fww*itheajief,'pleasaatey,'and(warranted'Stl. ._ ...1J. 1 .."w u r'Hn I'lU.
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'is i iL ;,. ; 1t1 1pfA gt1.t t!1 ln h9Je 1'1 s; D oodS; Tl otn. in1J i. :erIio1an r801d..ciI& : eaaesWi'ti !! TOMOTHER4J.TDM4y U
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'ttt .. solera sufficient portion of tho lindivided, interest : ; p. $f "\' .' r" Sawyer eis'iJot i rrpnI :.111\ 1UJfT voiiitit lfIigingim"e oidebiliatin the pa- 'iltrh1 Yzte ofapNafeinale .

'i- *::- of the following bamed peiwfuJ.ift'and to .1i.H...O ra'.,.,. OA.0.l.tO W.*...Or<."4 Cke' I +4 J T.JTV k!-_*. 9 9"?5,*T15?4ft,*. ,* appearing me by.ftffidaTit;thatThomas i: tieAt aDd ii ixirtjcnlarl ltlidap'ed.for AU Jbm f f1tJ t r.1D lpceJc"" 1

,; .4.? Ceah; tra t'oC land known istho dondo I fluperfine FIo rcln, bbla and MObts;.".0 .?'- ,and PhJU ay.. rde enlan 'U1'the: )"I'.4LL'J1NDiJfINTEBMEDIl1lNBci i lhO.iW reaox ,
op' '
; 'and llcreon bill'fn in 3he:aboe reside:out of.the; and .of thii Sar- "
: Grantj'to satisfy 1.the'taeaftue) Pilot Bread, sugnrandButtel'CrnckCl'1* ** paise lhe great nbeautyi superiority ; 1gthatniti.lptriCd :
%.r: 1 for; the State and 'conntyfor: tKo year '1847 Jbms B&c n,Pork,'PM: .Beef,Pickled I'ongueSj; Bt tefFld; iiiatliatthe wi Tho 11i'Tnlotresidesf ? :: -pilloJaILotherietn: diesLiiteraJ should neglect to take i't II it f1&eeie&l&5venti :

;: #.:t and all'cost and charges. for'thb. advertising,aiic.cl Mackerel Codfish Salt,Rice; ,, I* f"'" lf1f 'Eur pe; dthatt'beMid Phil'*;1 1\t."U dicates seazeit1nIoratesthe !' "t, i $fore A217'Qf'h' DWn
- r 4b ',ra gale thereof wit: ; :7. 'f '' 'Goshen'i Butter, Lard, Cheese'Whi to:' ems' $ yerdpsntkoStateof; Mississippi" ; tn r4 JtJi jbodyf.consumptioA curedJ ri".' t'ct 1i.i :diseases to W ie iIenia1etini 1J'e aw' "

L__ .1. '; .The undivided' interest.: portion.. of, Blood-. .( Irish'Potatoes;: i '-f" <." IIt* ') It is-Ordered.. Thatsaefndanta1apjarand'iiis :, (' -clean8oadZtreflgthenj5 r.> : Q olThisje1odieveraiyears: ma7tl lQjeqt.'
;31 '. (f: good. And Thos.jTilleston. Sp rm10n"CandICs.; ; S J'ttJ 'H'\-Mtl t.. r'thb &Lid 'bul'o1rwiit. sliaII b ;: iu. .. ii :consumptiOn be: Uedfmt'7S 'i 111 using thJ I niedlC .
- t p -.' The interest of Charles A. Jarn Green and Black.Teay Rio and JavaCofleoj Ji 09:. 1'pr totif s rsY'i..folr. -ti zwfL; bronochitis;constunptionf! :liTertomplainV I f ft1 less ,TaluabJe1' ?. .( "JttO. ,

- ,1 ,. 9 i": ..The interest ofNoahJarvis ", .' ., Muscovado Sugar,-NO Molasses* itois**' .rt A itfurther Onfera l That a' Of 80rder ; ,- colds,'coughs,'catarrh; .asthma,'s lt-r -u i womanhood, as Itla' cuJa.ted IJe..ajlI"to '.

1 ...L? 0'ThV: Interest oJeromth3ohon.TI ./ '. Stuart's Refined;Loaf, Crushed,Palrerised; be published insome newspaper printed.jn;! ,$vi ig ting of blood,soreness in the chest- i : .by'qU1Ckg'theibloOd'iJlol.in1
... \ ;interest:Alexander'Muir.r ." ugar.; the Eastern' Circuit of'Florida-once' a month ./: 'I 'hectic flush,'night.sweats diffiu -' '*j 1 1n system. Indeedthis:aediciaeii .'
'!. : ;f t The interest Morde '\rycrs: ,' /: n randy Rum, Gin. Whiskey! Alcoh.l. Tu'rpen St1ne 'for nine months, i reference tb thfe said Thbinas.Taylor I, ; .- I i .?cult.or-pi'ofuseicxpec-.: ; t ,;?f ; fall the dist8se8to:1'hichwonleJlilre I
-- '. :.:t.c l 1 ''Thoi interest of'M rJccaitL Noah. .for 'tho- "' ; ? .5. 5 '" S. "di "r -. ,' and'once'fc-Week fot four'! nthsj'ih\' .i.1.::" .d .hHf torntionluul pL1DiJ"1. :. 's; .--:Jt brae the;iwhole.syst ,

l> .1......! 'year* 1846 and '.41. [ Lond Porter, Port,Madeira,' and Champagne reference to the said Philip.Sawyer. 3tum 4,1 < '..'.:* '. '. inthesidej&cvo. : i ,tttff .-'f;"J- ently the :tatural energie nnt'1t1'

- .\'. :.:< : '.. Thg interest of Ichabod Prall. Yine. ?. ', : S : S S ..* ?JOS.B.,.LANCASTER,,, ,!fi: -baveanda' ... impurities ,*f the body n t .0 br tar.: .'
:.'.: .t Tho interest of Aaron "Peck, for 'the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c., S Judge S:'Cmuii'ot''u"Florida.TH6s.'F.KwGSol.f6r'ComplTt.v ".. S ; ."cnnbe..t : 1 iI't1 V4S.s j the s ten :ito pfoducaa:q1ltD4 ,

'.t. 1846 and M7. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods ', ;" ., S I IK ... ?( S:.cured.r nv tion, which is the case ofm08tmec
-- :-. ?lt '.:.The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet, and Taffeta ey\est"FcnruaJ'y'19'l 840. '; '.1'9.JJ, '" ,Probably there never was'a remedy Jth \ has for femil .weamesaand disS "t J.DI8E.48E _.

'.' vf.F:1. ;: .':'Tho liter t'ot.John N. Sayer Ribbons; .5 S 'iw CIUCVIT 'C017nT.' t: ,. been so successful in desperate C Qtconsumption :OFTBE"
.f : ..'1' '*:TKo interest of John M. Seanl'U1.. Sheetings and Shirting ble ch'd and unbleach'd; EUTKlllf'CtRCf11T OFFWflIDACOUNfl t cJ7S S aa,this j it'cleanses?and streiigthens the TURE .!BE.dR2'r-1.1utojll!
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- .. ...s.>"- ";' ,Tho interest tt heirs of Wm..Taylor" for IrishLinen: Diaper, Bishops and' Long Lawn; j ?,?. ,STJOHNS. : LY;.CHAMCBRY.Th . ; systejnu and
.:.*- < ...Cfh.yoo.rs184Go.nd'41.. .. Cambrics/Jaconet. Swiss and cross bar Muslins; lSouthern-rLife.In-'t '.., .' .lungs nd the patients-gradually regainihieir: DB. .TowNsffuDear AILMi J.
:, :.t,:i:" The interest' Wm." Thornfor' theyears,1846and'47. .J,' : Hosiery Hdkfs Gloves, Suspenders;: : \luranct.& Trust 'Com? II usual health and!treilgt !$&?*'&'**fit 0trx" been aIcted wuaa. djrawfof UtYttPiS mtt; .

.r't.... ,. .... : ; : /. Tickings-Linen wid-Cotton-Osnaburg 'l y't t'; i01'of Arthur ; 'JUn to'Torecloso CURIOUS CASE OF-CONSUMPTION. \ with BterriMe 'rnptwforget N
- .4.j, Th interest'JohnJK. Townsend.' ; .. Wine white and hrpWjtr Linen. Drill for pants, Reed, S IS t1 -Thereis scarcely day passes butthere'aroa .the greater part .of,
: v ;-:' T1.lnteres Israel F ote : S &c. &c., &c. .. T8. :: -s.-f I number ofcases. ofConsumption .reported as! troubled with shortness: etthntJBJie-Q licd
- fj The interest of Jesse Delano. Uinire!f-Silkj'Gingham and.Cotton,in I eel ... "" '
: tho't 5 ? Augustus,Ppujaud., '. ( cured by the use fDiVr "iSeI d's 5arsaparilla. tering of the heart which a.-heir SJS5
'.. i. : I. Th, interest of Barnabas :Osburn': L, for.:.. and;whale bone frames;. ., ;" '< ST' j hating ;been mado.to appearto.thsatis:4 : -. The"f6116wingVas recently'received: *' 5 -"- (, '.tngjiM .has: ,frequently Vc
: .o1r J7 ars"1S10 nd'47. S J1ardie yt j': n! ) l .9J1"m; factionjof,the t Court.by Affidavit,,that. ,the' .>rtDB.'tTbwRSKND-D at$Sit:* For the'last leavober bed. The rupture L it.

1';: : ;\ ;t. The interest of John Rodman. for tho years Na1: .B'lpges,.J1uttI1', ,Kiiives.and. X. *Forks* tt.,>Spoons,f .:.Defendant named, in the. Bill.of Complaint filed ,three yearsI; )have,,been,afflicted-with general, and severe She tried almost .TTMTM- 1re. iz'ts-

,t S'" .-' 4846 and47Th S S S :, : Tem TrnII. H,the above,.entitled cause,,,resides out ot theState debility, and nervous consumption; of:thejlagtstage suehrcasc8 'without littl-''beic l1h
.S ... .t ';'t!:.: .S: interest of Thomas Dexter, as known marked for on Collins Axes:Hammers Hatchets,Saws;. : ,-Florida, and out.,of,the United States. ,and'diet hot'expcctto' 'ever: i i'fu health5 taken but three bottles:.of 'Qhad '
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'. 'the map of said .Grant, owner not. Carriage Wrenches;Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles and in Cuba one of the AVcst India- 1nds and at all. After going through 'a'cburse'bf medicine -: medicine she was entirely relieve o&he

S t"), 'h. years 181G and 47. 5 &c., &c.; Beyond: the jurisdiction of this,Court .Therefore, 'under the'care1 of feome5 of the?mo t'distiii. of the heart,and{the)zupturtis hu _
S tho )
for abnC
:Th interest of Henry Dudley, years, A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.. .
,1o
,, ... ..:.-t It-.d'47. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Wdrc. !: )Pnu14iQn of CT W".,Downing Esq.. ,Solicitor for guished regular physicians'and members'of the. i--S'h tirely.disappcared.' .'. ,. .;,.;. .,...'. ,.
-1 ,.
Complainant also'had.
Board ofllealthin Netir York and-'elsewhere- e
*'...; .#i] .t S TIIOS. C. .ELLIS,Tax late Coll Sheriffand ctor Boots ft Slioes-Mqn's,WOJlen' and Children'sBoots ':. 'It is mostrpflny ttiifigs'iiialtempting' -,; .'much'&, lfri.i "We*tne had dropsy'o idea; an h YII sh' -
-/i Ex-officio and Shoes of all kinds. _
S. .,t# J jaud'and others,be rcqui tto.appcar and :answer toregain ,,my health; and after'reading -. ''be so benefited/as she had such /olJi
for Ahichua county. .
,
.- A variety'of Fancy Articles. Perfumery jdicines -
; 1t :,. _. said Bill of within six months '
*"-* i Complaint of arilla I resolved of diseases.- But it has
_ :: February! 1848 ,Cm... &c.Jacksonville. in'some"paper your Sarsai ,as strange MfciS'
.jr. or,the same wilbo, taken., :onf cased Against to-try it;' After-using six bottles:Ifound: it- ,pear relieved :her of ,the dropsy Itaii
; i. April 15 1848. lyf. ]) "
I.' In- Circuit Court m. S 5 done'me great good, and called to see you at that,thisistatement is, so.s.t :f--u.t '
r.
):,.5 .:> EASTERN CIUCUIT OF FLORIDA.. WAREHOUSE OF It further Ordered,That a copy of this Qrder, your office; 'with your advice kept on, and do almost like fi ti6n, but It !'nevethie'1icality
,. :.''. z; COUNTY OF DUVAL: .IN (;IIANcEgY. S duly certified' by the Clerk,of this Courtj be publiskeii most heartily thank you for your'ad ice. '1 persevere : YonzS arsa jajijla IS. iiJ11''
;. Anna Morley ) .PRINTSONJY. in some 'newspaper ri ted within the in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicinc. and should be. .
.: fj -- i* i .s**?*
), '!"r \. V$. S Bill for Divorce.. Eastern'Circuit Florida,'once'. month consecutively able to attend 'to'my usual labors for the last nevth.ai." suffering al 1 we*'havetwi'. yj;.

.:-.'*'..#> q. l'.John .Morloy. .) .No. 5G Cedar. Street New York. for six: months. four'months, and hope by the blessings of God d l T thiac. onnt, they are 'atli&SK.call
'
1:. l.J: 5 appearing to tho_satisfaction of the Court, '. Signed ] THOS. DOUOLASJudgeIJPETEIL and your Sarsaparilla to continue my he ltb.-1.: 'atiny.ho se aiidhave.ocular detb
.. #{:.'. i A by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in tho Lmm JJ1DfJD Q r c mmJ' B. DUMAS, Clerk. of said Court, helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours respeCtful1Y1 ," \ ; t, .)
do1 ( above to be a true cbpj ,
S" .: .I. bove entitled cause resides out of the State of hcrebcrtifytho knew my'case. CHARLES ,QUIMBY.. T9WS )
..:!:, t: ; ;}Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) .fan Order, duly made and'entered of record Orange, ,:Essex Co.N.JT, Aug.2} 1847.. -S. i.

.,", :,-:.' .Court. therefore, On motion of said Complain- Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE in the above entitled cause, 'on the sixteenth S State ofNeiv Jersey, Efsei County ss.-'Ch&s.Quimby S DYSPJEPST.M

.":.-._,*), .Ant by James Bryant, E q. her Solicitor, No. 56 CEDAR ST1tEET-the, WHOLK. day of:August, A.D. 1847. being ly; sworn according t'd*law, on No fluid xir medidine has ever been.1 $,JLicc Led
; r; It is'Ordered, That said Defendant appear of which devoted to the exhibition and sale : ',: P. B..DUMAS, S his oath saith, that'tha foregoing statement* is which so nearly resembles%the

." .:;. ;&nd.answer the Bill of Complaint of said Com- of the Single Article of -;'r Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. true'acc, rdingto the" best of his knowledge or:saliva in decomposing food and streiS.

- ;;;)' : Iplainant within four months, or the, samo will PRINTED CALICOES.Their Jan 7, 1848. lamfCin belief S CHAS. QUIMBYl: the organs of digestion as this prepmti jt
confessed against him. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange Sargaparilla. It cUres
.b..taken as In Circuit Court, positively eTerj.cJMrf
.
S t ; .. Ordered That a copy of this Order present Stock, consists of nearly the 2d August 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN dyspepsia however
;;r;C-.i It%s further EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : ,. ,. severe or chronic. ,
I the Clerk of this Court One Thousand Packages ; :- Justice of the1 Peace. : BAJK { !
,
'- .: duly certified by COr.NTY OF DUVAL: IN .ChANCERY. DirAR-rtEN; AL4v' ;Miy 101 i
a ... :: : published in somoNewspapcrprintedWithinS Embracing some THOUSANDS of different 'Me.rll\I orc ') DK.TOWNSEND.-.Sir.: "I have naj
I '.'i ;the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week con- patterns' and colorings: and comprising every S ;s. ,, J Bill Divorce., TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with,dispepsia init.s. .

I > iiecutively for four month's. S thing desirable in the line S ,' FOREIGN .and Henry Moore. ) S S Very few families' indeed-in factwe have .form attended with sourness of sthmathj
to'
.r::.' ; THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. DOMESTIC.S having'been made satisfactorily to'appear hot heard onc-that used Dr.'Townsend's appetite, extreme heartburn, and V.

-I : ,;; .; .,: L OSCAR HART, Clerk- of said ;Court,, doiereby ',' All of which'nra offered for sale, Cor'cns .or : .by affidavit that Henry Moore the..defendant Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past ,aversion to all kinds of food j andfor,.
.\. he, ,' certify the above to be a true copy clan, satisfactory creait.at th LOWE T.PRIC.rS, named-inithe above entitled cause, resides summer, while those that'didiibt sickened and ,(what.I could eat) I have b'een.unabfctbitUa

:i" ,: Order made and entered of record in said entitled by thoPIECE' -, beyond ,the'jurisdiction of this :Court, Out ,of died The certificate we 'publish below is'c
". ".. .; .. Muse in said Court, ,on the.28th 'day of S OR PACKAGE.New this State and in.the State'or.N York, therefore evidence of its value and 'is"only another usual remedies, but :thel\hndJlt.. '!

i- '.: March,'A..D. 1848. Styles are received almost every day, on'motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., Solicitorfor instance of its saving the lives Of children: 'efiect in oviDgthe complaint .I,!
.>" : &J IN WITNESS WHEREOF.: I hereunto setS and many of them arc got up for our own sales, said complainant, SIt S Da. TOWXSEND-Dear Sir: I'had two chil- .ed, about,two months since, to tr I.'OY
: ._it [r. ..]:my hand, and affix the seal of said and.not to be found e'lsewhere. is Ordered, That the said defendant appear dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of S rgipari1 'and 1 must,Boy with$L.

"S :, : Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. rr Printed lists of prices, corrected from and answer the bill of complaint of said complainant complaint :and dysentery ; one 1Y:s' only 15 _fidence; but., after.using' nearly tVolrttteiTI.

I : sj1 .r-"!iAprlll, 1848. 4m: day to day, with every variation in the market' within four 'months,,' r the same.will I months old and the otfier 3 years. They werevcrymuchTeducedjandweexpectedtheywould found my appetite restored.and.the, :Bearti i
are placed in the hands of buyers. entirely'removed and would
'.w -----' betaken as confessed,against him.: :! ; earnpi ij.
*> '*:: -'1'0, Duval illilitia' Claimants. Merchants will bo able. to form some idea of 4 And it further Ordered, That a copy of this die;* they were 'given' up 'by two..r respectable' I Ipbysi Fomrnendtbcuse- of. it"" to.. ..bosewlG.JiaTeq; a
:- ":'*# FT1HK non-commissioned officers and privates the extent and variety of our-assortment,'when Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this. urt, ians. 'When the'doctorinformed us' that .afflicted as 1, have been. Yp f.
; we,state that the value of our usual st ckofthisbNE we must lose them-we -resolved try ,w. W. VAN'ZAiaSI
"": -:JL' in Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' cornS be published in some. newspaper, printed within: your S
*
"
ARTICLE,5is'at least twice the value of Sarsaparilla had heard so much of but had N. B., .
S *: AniesFloridaMounted Militiafor, service in the the Eastern Circuit Florida,once a week consecutively -, z ; PurcbasenonebutsuCbas.bate.vp.persthatJiide
,.* '**. years 1838-9,who have not yet signed the neces- the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by for Tour m nths.- SS little confidence, there being so much stuff.ad-J the bottle completely-tad.

..;: '."I 7.. cary papers,relating to their claimsin, tho hands our Largest whqlesale jobbers. ,This fact) together S THO. DOUGLAS, :Judge: vertised that is worthless: but"we-are, very ;the.writtenignature SJp. TOWNSES&>

.. .. :. oftheundersigncdftrcreqUcStedtOdOsOwithOUt'S with the fact that bur'"mcans and.our ._I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court,do here, thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office Fulton-stSunBa1
4 ".. .:. : : delay; The papers to be signed are left with :attention,instead of being divided among acvast by certify the above to beacorrect'copy oran: 'the lives of both.- I write' this that others may N. JleUding & o.8.S ..Boston;.Ijitt)

:. ..' call Pons, at the Post Office, or may be signed variety of articles, are'devoted wholly to ONE, order made and entered of record in the above be induced S to use it. Yours, respectfully &.SODSr 132 North Second- t..rhi1adelp

;: ,of. :/ at my office. GREGORY YALE, will render the advantages which'we can offerto entitled cause in's id Court on'the tenth day of JOlIN.VJLSON, Jr. i .8. Hance, druggist, JJaltimoreIureE&;: ;*

J.. : !; : S Agent Duval companies. dealers perfectly 'obvious ; and it shall be February, A.'D.,:184S/ Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn' Sept.15 1847.i Richmond; I. JVI. .Cohen, Charleston WrJc1t
; Jacksonville,March, 1948. tf 4 our care that hone who visit our establishment. S'. -INWIT.MESS 'WHEREOF; !' hereunto, set: S LUNATIC A YSL UPi : &,co.151 c.h rtrcs-st.New Orleans.: 105S.wi

4.5 .. ... 4 ;- hall meet with any disappointment! [L. S.] .my hand and ,affix. the. seal 'of said S James Cummings,.Esq. one of the Assistants :i rl-8t..AJbuny) ; R. Van Buckiikf29 if

3: '. *. : -- Executor's Notice. Our assortment. is c complete all seasons of Courh OSCAR HART,.'Clerk. in the Lunatic Ayulnnij: BlackwclVH Island is the Market and llrood:5ts. NearktJ.'iiLbj
-S ; MONTHS' after date I shall apply to th9 ho year. LEE, :JUDSON & LEE.P. February S '.19,1848.4m I gentleman spoken Olin the foltQwing'letter:' principal ;Drnggists ,and, Merchants geae"
: *:"r) &. SIX. or Probate.of Duval! '.county, for a .' S.-B.F. LEE, formerly 'of the firhYT6f ,' i S,. S 'BHEU I.ATISIJI.. throughout ,the United States West Indict al
.-*' : final discharge from my Executorship of the 1[Lord &Lees, ana late senior partner'of the original A USE. S ,This is onlyoue'or"more'ihan'four thbusandcases' ,the.Canadas. A. M. REJED-/goxWiLJ|

:c'. :". Estate of James B. Roberts,deceased. firm Lee & Brewster, from which connection I ALACHUA II : :'Theumatisni that Dr.'Townsends Jacksonvilie/Btfwa

": "'Hay 6th, 1848. WM. B.l OSSZx'r.,, he withdrew some time ago, has rcsumod TIlE Subscriber having purchased house saparilla has cured-The most: 'severe and S February.2C, 1848. ; 'lr. "d
.. ... ; .- business iri connection- with Messrs! Lee & premises formerly owned and occupied chronic cases are weekly' eradicated by its extraordinary S S S S : ,s T".-I.- "
- 'f : .:'PlL ,b STRAY COW FOUND. Judson;and assures his friends that the new by-J.-W Pearson, 'Esq., at Newnansville, .virtues : FORWARDATTORNEYS & ALRIGHf'

;:',. HAVE, found and nveyed to my (oncern shall have the same pre-eminence in E.,F., will be ready to ,accommodate1 Boarders BtACKWEti/sIstANn, Sept.14, 18-17. AND COUNSELLORS TItWiLL
I .. !1tL cattle pen at my plantation, near t,his branchoftrade\ ,rwhichormcrly ilistin !Travellers after the 1st day'of.May 'next, DR. TOWNSENJJ-Dear Sir: I have suffered *'practice in the' several Co'nf J'1iY

l' 'w '-%.. 4adarin, a stray cow, marked with an under f uished the 'other.. two. houses to which he be and hopes by,his exertions to make,his guests as terribly for nine years-with: the'rheumatism; arid'Equity; in the EasterriCircuit. fjFfotil.
; .. bit and split in one ear, and a smooth crop in I onged. : 'June, .25,1847. ly comfortable as possible. He has good stabling, considerable of the time 1 could not eat sleepor WM.r A. FORWARD, St.AugusthLEWIS '. f i",
; ;
:::; t_ he.fther,and branded with the letter(X). ,The ",INVALUABLE I and.first rate hostler always' in attendance. work; I had the most distressing pains and ALDRICH,-Newnansville.WM. j'I.: .I.

'.' ,'' '.:." owner is requested to come forward, pay charges .5 'GEO..M., GALPIN.'. I' my limbs (iwere'terribly swollen. I have used -

S t '* .:.;.. : and take her away. JOHN.McINTQSH.; ; ,FAMILY. COMPANION.. .NcwnansvillcAprnii5'l848; '. .' Cm. four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have F. CRABTRE ':*
27th 1848. tf : . -it done me more.than one thousand dollars worth SS
May
I' ; .
: .S ;; S : 11 on Causes,Prevention and Cure ApORNEr ANDCOUISELLOT.AV4Vj
.. : SasLeqtures HOLMES &: CO. of good-lam so much better: -Indeed 1 am .
.j .:. :'r t':'!;".'' .1,O'l'J C.j E. ; Asthma. Diseases of the entirely relieved. You' are at lib rty. 'use .jacksonvzlleFtal'i
I .t. "',( LL PERSONS indebtOd to the Estate ofTL Heartland[ all Female Diseases. '234.' pages, 28 MESSItS.IIOLMES, &- COT have removed this for the benefit of the afflicted; WILL; attend (fo any business,. sf t4tl'hiids

j .4-,iO .Precilla Mattair, late .Duval. county engravings.Paper'50 cts.; bound 75,cents.- ze, tp the large Yours, respectfully,' JAMES CUMMINGS.; in any of the Courts,in the ELZSL1 iJ-
tfail to any 'part-postage 9 U cts, I building formerly occupiedby the United States cuit
Florida. .
forward ta
: FhV. Deceased arc rcqustecl :to' bqmo -S j
I I :: : ;: and'jnakc. imm diat 1y. Andallperr ;/.Sbpulder: : Braces, and.Chest! Expanders, .$% I kno., n as the, Government h Building. They : COULD NOT WALK. ,

;., "- V iji.otiji'having: payment demands against'said,estate are re-, Mall"tOany: part, 50 cts.. postage. Inhaling I tiaye: .added' tb their stock,Tby the l te' rrivaJ8 That 'Dr. Townsend'sSarsaparilla:; is,the very .',ELI.X. ,-;. j L .IvrriG. ,:" .STO,-. :'... .
'o' rpbes,5i1ver$3'by; mail Abdominal'Supporters I OI York, afuUassprtmenfof.Dry Goods.Groceries best remedy for female complaints there is '. "
: : quosted: to present them within ,the time prescribed letter'postage. 1"N.cw ; 'J :ATTORNEY, AT, 'i "
: ,;:.:. bylaw or they will forever barr perfect$3'to $10j'for';all ..Hardware, Provisions, 'c., &c.4 t q disputing; thousands and thousands of S S ,Jacksonmllt1t'ft"f LA" : ;
S'' r, J. ISAAC; TARN Jr. Ruptures, Falling df the Bowels,and:Womb, which, they are: prepared...to'sellat reduced 'weakanddebilitated females that 'were'pros :
'," t j '." trt t S .. S. Adnistratorwith the will. and Weak Back ,:and Chest j,sent by,expresseverywhere. I prices. < by ? '
-
S 1
: : Circuit 5 5 '!t
\ : s sbon fn the ricnt robust : ,
S .. For Braces or. Supporters/ They now io purchase Cottons enjoy .
arc ,
; Black Creek, May 27th, 1848. 2m prepare S .y- S. : S 5 r pi
't 1'_;[." Rupture Supporters, give height from,head.to ]Elides[f i and other,prbdu ce' ft.hci,cbuntryj.attht; : health: ', ;AtJGUSTUS GILLETTj;?'.
fc -- [optnd circumference of perso next the surface fiighest Marketjrates, make.cash\ advances S ., }Th:1you'ept.:23: 1847. .
.
. 1'I NOTICE.IXW.EEKS I ;just above the hips. If Rupture,mention on corisighments: to'their 'fricnds/in'Savannah DE.J TOWKSEND ar Sir'' My,wife has for; -ATTORNEr AND COUNSELLOR **&$(
Uif. ehall to the '
'S : from 4ato Columbia apply- which side. ,Agents wanted for the sale of the u .Charleston or.NwYOrk.They .! the last year. been, very 1Cjuiiid In a J greatly.; 'And, tJoinmissioner i of Dccd rth'StaWf'L'U'nc4tic '

I f Iftbrida aHon.' for JQllgeofl'rob.to,,Letters Administration of county the, bov(goods. Address: Dr.:''S. S. PITCH;/;70'7 'have' *+a'*,"new 1!i :*'article* "I':.of t ,''Wrought.* "Iron: reduced state o 'health{>eing'-educ d'by. aTaiiety ':..: yri ti within.. and for'tH;:StSfe7cfJFlffl3
upon H
_ I ?;;; Broadway, New York, post'pald. Ploughs-'which"they would cifvilly call 'of complaints isuch as females are liable ti1ttS 'fjA SOTVrE. sB* rC
S jf tE. Estate.of Thomas J.Brannen,Lite of said.county S ";resp. ... .. : 11 j 5otb&1 i Is_ '*- ftf. .
April 1, 1848. : 4' 1y" attention of Planters: S. f h tshcW nt- :
.: 4sceas d. :E. B. DRANNEN., r ',. ., .__' :IJJac'kOnillc .N ; "" ;it "S 1illn bleo'widk aIftwaiishelp11 siS&thi1d'"T. l' ; ARLES, 'F l. QQfER"i" ,
S '
6'JS46v
- S ov. .
AljigatorJunellth,1848. }
; -
L -c. tr. S Fifty Dollars Reward,:' "* i if 1 i f I she (Cdmnienccil niinff'votifshe N1. 1"11-'T--,1. ''ATTORNEY ND 'c911ii'siiLOR"14f1Ut'
-5-- I ..'..j .t ; 5--------:- WILL' BE'JGIVEN BY THEnndersigncd GREAT REDUCTIONclN THE.PRICE OF: l fm dint 'b'egari 1 to regain--: ber'strengttt; 'trWil" i tice'JrtU several Cfiitff iftUrn'CiJcuifofFloHda

n- -- ; NOTICE : : for the apprehen.i ; : celebrated Remedy t for'the her inp1ain l.l fth, T,'",arid after taking sev'e-. :.J. 1 :,'l JyJB
; e IX-MONTHS after date I shall present my 'I' Fever and 'Ague--.from *Two'Dollars to On. ,c. i:"
'
sion and ?a1bottltsshe StOr t1JBWi' in' Ji J 6M.W"CHARLES ,
accounts safe delivery into thi &,-,,, ., ,., ,,.i4-,
: *-And vouchers' as Administratrix' ofthe'Estate Duval County"1 Jallj of the foU The following) gentlemen.arony;authoriied s'rtJi u'ght1ltthight d&dt gp iblish ItShe'ud' : )"J ik) fI.:1 It S Su" "":1\,1'

: of Henry isetUto Barnardj the Tr .hi of-Duval Probate lowing negroes, to wit: Venis, a wo Hani Agents,and have the-genuine.for.sale..'rJr-1, 3 1 be1' fith4Ii'es.t".trdb'her 1 H.tr E rJnOJCNET.ANn

:: ( rh of county said t;county:: for a final HonTJudge settlement"of of said nibald dren the:'a above boy;'Georgiana,1 amed' a girl,;and-what:chil- will Orders meet.with from pr: any mptatte part: of tion.the; tuAddressr United: Stated postpaid ,: Lft no:good..!,'.l Yio I.JOIIN'tULLEN:87..Norro1k SJ j4j rS' Ui' 1r .. COYN ?iiOal r i

S Estateand ''shall, at- the 'same tim ?D.ppltt'or; since she'has been absent Vem"!" might have;bOrn d ,, l'H..t. t bf .rWiI:HUMPHREYS-Jr' ..ili .0.. -t to nQ'! Hn :Uhj'Ufl.J.1f t. I lot'S Little! JRwan! .Florida. '&9i?.

S Letters of Dismission as Administratrix Estate (,of or three,and Ellick, an old African supposed man'to be interested In said .
which all S .
4 persons notice. are .The above fugitive slay s'have :been'abSent AGENTS -Messra.1 Marston'&JBrbthfersi;B l- 5' GBRjfT'PEMALE1tEJICINE >"' 'Eastern Circuifof iFJofidi l:businfe
desired to take \ *
i1t-nr yjt HENRIETTA. BARNARD, Adm. for nearly rour"yenrs. '. :,* JOHN'M.., PONs.S .-''. tiniore;Maryland >P'3.1 Cn1i! <>n, nhavlaJf X n, tL''DR:ToWNs' "'s'S RsA t.1 litX iSr r r1' ,.to'his._ ...car. T?will- -S.r,meetwith'prompt I'"? A- .. -- l.: >-t? : .1,

.. Jacksonville, March 4, J1848. 6m. ; Jacksonville;:.March'25th,_1848. 6m', : South Cnro1in T C Risley HarnbiArbS S ',c.n 'arni'spdy; ii i'r Ji ipient'C'! nSti.... Ji. 'and,.-. ; 'JOSEPHWFlTCH'' ;
iq Bailey Laurcri8Vi1'B. C..f TJS;FarrGra: for the genefalpitti "rtl.
'S.1..emnowttcrwhethei
... PA1l1r,
.
: e ..- j1j to rrrrrFOUNDRY u.. S.; ; nARK &1 LAWSON hami1lo'S4B;( R Bytherw,Be f"rt S CRTPatiek the result.of'inherent cause" 1UV fl established himself
.
; :
,l-n.n: .tV TYPE jf M GENERAL COMMISSION' MER fl'

f rk-' 59,Gold;'orner of Ann atreetj, 'N. 'York.rtlHE CHANTS. FACTORS Savannah Avp't'GE; iUL :COMMISSION!' I Ga.V; K Kitchen Salem,,Ten Augusta;vJS'Walker/Madlson,',G.;'sh0tii &; otrcausesy.'>n,11 produced' 'vws byj.t ,:irregularitvv'illaess.*", 1.M-fal IJ' tr. oraccident. 'J will attend to any busiuc tiut' dK1'

.. .:. .fiub'scribers have taken the Typo FpunJ ces.to.: planters, and, Georgia others.tender;and'solicit their consienlmenls Bervf- Gilbert, Macon, Ga.; J H &,WSEllis, Macon, :Nothing can be.more' surprbirig;than its m invigorating 're""i, h spatqh'2, t ... '.
J /. dry; and'will continue the businessla'telyeondttcted Ga. Lightfoot Flandertj Mac Ga effectsonsthe human-frame.* Persona 5 fNo1'lmbti,It.tlS47,' sr" t .4<: ..ft...
: on'cotton'nna aU'bther kinds:of ; ; { Dorsey ( .. -. ..1' ; -. .. S ."Sr -'
_ I by Robert Thyl r. They willattcnd produce. ,They are agents.for the eelebratcd country &Knott, Griffin, .Ga.; Solomon.Goodall, Atlanta .all weakness and..lassitude from taking it ;. ; <. ) i#'
4J; 1Ii
.-t to aU orders they may receive with punctuality Etowah'Mill of ,:Ga.j-William.Root Jdarietta,j Ga;!Cunning nt once become robust and full of energy under : CJrBBEDGEd'
from -
; pas :county :
'an* ili5at h. AU the Type manufactured by are weekly'supplied Flour, fresh whom they' ham &"Co..Dalton,.Ga.;>Dr.8,FCulbcrson,'Laure Its infl ence.' ,It imniedi.Melrj:ounterac :the : '.., I'Booir: .:'SELLER AND 'STAVOluth

them will be Hand Cast; and they wilTfurnishairBnlOrbf and equal to ,Northern flour. ,They also ground G nge.oa.-WJn l4 pping, Columb,.Ga.j nerf elessness.of the'female: frame,:which is the. :'S..,. Bide, M ke '' "ia< 'at o'still
Materials keep: '
: : Pffc&f! ,,o f.the best qual- on'n: hand, 'cbnstantlyosnaburgstand"yarnl BJLMit4i4; nanJ.' a.ii! ep i Gt; great c 0ff.barrennesa.; > *!;} r'' ilw ". r.t7l ,JffbOkO &BUth1S.. ,.Shoe
5- -f 'UyinMr.J. A7TrOvercnI'is( still employed iniuperinte'nding fromfcthe''Efttonton-'Cartrigh:.Planters f oay,, ;B g1arrctt,1lees vifle Ga,; 1 jfIt: ,will not, be expected:of n oin,cases of'so \'m. .. : : ','..' fI:1!
the :and t'1. t ''.j
manufacturing department .5
a S Cedar 8hoa "'rnn.nufact ri *"1ch A McLane&,.Co,'Jacksbnvilje .GA.! :UI"wm., delicate nature to exhibit certificates of cnraPefoi3nedbutYe.cftUas8Ure ; kDrt Orders from the wilt b
? d. Lhey'eell at '4 country
not o"P.w
ofqewspaperswiiohave m to.J""Ide;
Proprietors Jj the afflicted that
'ft Ihtf manufacturing ""< <'. iams9;. ; ly filled at the 1
1V r' pricesV11 S 5 & '. lowest price* ft O'
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t. .. ;rt d !or. .:subscribers, 1 publiSh March 11 1848. S tuie, e" 11'C't \ -if fm:4 hundred.oaset, ;have,been reported to-uiOlZND .',)%,. 5iMaxch
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three montbs will beentitled 1 : U T; n:: 'Jl 1'm
': -'lW tJ :iiotice or. jott ::. ;' ,. '. 'Jrt.of u ..Savannah, .I ft-lPai : t wifebeing greatly dis-
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: ii4pa lU t1.Pe on 1flrcb1s1n fire timel 1. -' Ga.j.J-.AjSperry; ,Houston county,'Ga ; ,William bressed..byfcK |akfiess and!.general debility-and r :ifWjJ: 2*> o'-r w tr "S.-.PRVhivftT* > **

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r' :'n:.Old_43* :typo* taken-- : *"in: exchange new at 0 ;. 4.-S. ',.&CTOR4ND-55-, -.S. COHM. SSIONMEnCH: "I" ", N villGa.j.SmnelPilmer'Diijj; :1-J'.B difliculties, and tlng.wn cases. where yournedidnQ.has rI L'J'l ,;: ::*4c ?;:oNvu4 E&J&
to CharlestontS.C.Ta-)4 ; Cole Black'Cr ekTTlorida :'F'A'P: llen Jack.BOnville'Fla.f ffectea i great 7curca'tandf also ;zaznAuypart- t *"otCont* $

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at this establishment., : [ k. :55 WTrir tftl if' :
_1q ted"'u cast ?April 8j"1848.t: W' i described I obtained a.bottleofyopr1Extjct
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