The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: July 29, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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A PRdCL&MAT1ON ihi1nbi t' The popaJ&tIo W
_$0Cldidte rorSrx$ r Months oe.t t I tlO 00 I -. ., : .:_'. "' dHowed: to; continue''their'respective5'emplbymenis'unmblested : ANf ACT to amendthe kct:.entitled *Aaett of the:AtlintJcStateSdecreAsetf while rich bortomsqBtfeelWeif ?li n

*sqEtt;Debtors and Creditors t 1000. 0 in th'eirperBons. ,Nor;shall a ap n ee't.I1ep r.ot.\U lthe ;:"edj ,
., Sjl.rton for Letters Adnumatratlon 5 (1) [ L1.isTJ": their houses"or goods bo burnt. ot otherwise d edtrojed'not 'gjb9zgts c. .".:J.aDd" 10- _l:_ :men VtHrMfWl %W J edd ;;

:zr.Qrcligiouj notice will be inserted grainiAHadmisaaWe -. ABTICLE and 19.' With respect Wall merchandise \ &-:tt1 'faken,. vor Ui lt'tl...1di. 't....Q. ,.a i :._l 1r 10 This 'movement of effects property>w.hatspe.fer, imported into r&stI-by; the"arpied force into:.w'YIft'Wer.' 'lgbbedgnd'ibrte fIWtrB -4 neW laud involved*movement capital in cuplanters.P-
TJ' personal commuaicauon wilt ports of Mexico whilst in the.occupation of,ihe'foI btbo events of '" to'fall operation;Iwitbu th
war,they may happen : ercdstei, tASeNQt; t-H iJ lti- -enlerpris*a jpftae :
f *i.wd u advcemedI.UUbflts of the.United Sta'teSj'eth'erTiy citizens but\if the Becessity'ari to e anvthing'frM :t..V/J Without money' the:new:lands could cot hav6 1

for work.Job Priridng. must** paid on thj.veie1th ?, of either.Republic,.or;by citizens ior.sulyects them for the' use of such.;'armed rfbfce; the sjqne [ .l4 afJt t a beeJ j w'Jl *\'d.JWta *>*is[ je 't'J
e any neutralnation.tlie following rules'shiti ibe hallbtt paid for a t.- equitable priceV1"Allii'rtiiw cl formedontofwildterritory. In free
cor manicallOftl must be ddreaaedi toSfnl ; "' ; lOll 0. S&l scteamendu togiytl, a owe.
) observed: h rch' .:'i mT1 MitiUKi hbrazesandother o s A6fi *ff f the hardy settler>Ila fils aieHIad rifle t.
; HA* AW>. portw jwiiAXESDMEKT "I28P. '". andjthf same Is ,fiereiy&s& ,work '.11 .
G" It', ..All.. :.such eru&ject' ,>'aidI4i'perty sf 41m enWJJ'fQ'. crtbhnwt.. ( 1i ttLtwo est out tor' himae1f mend-Babsistence, natii '
TO THI I if.. Imported previously(to')'hef restoration. b"enl bt'lm'' : '1my.'-" ."* C.tO 'JiIq the' land*hii5j cJef.h"elcli"JtIatIIr.p i

-1fildl Sf die 8mce 0fbyttetkbd V1sr1d.qved ... of the' custom'houses.jthe.' Mwcan.antJ. persons"iiirl R' .'t :same""pr.*eCt'tnthedIaf1Mdihs I port offt ancreasing iJD.1''t':: 'A't$ y.

.. t.. Grvdswtrn _t ; aV stipulated for in tHe third article bf this a the prs1thti4Uzb Qt .m 1. oA WPr this Is not' so AliIt er racL'_ H kfift"' lneIpless .'U.

ia-iil"4: II tM acti.n of tllllltZt Gethl4c&f treaty) .ih41ltbe.-exenipt: :from 'confiscitidn' *although ... .,h) ".. Z"..,. ltJl-.tr. rdon fi ike48tteinencing i D t; 'Taq ie S 11*'1JIJ:1aawJIIIJIlI' % .
: bjtCt the importation. of the same be-pronibUed .2 1nl' rd r 1if.IJ1.1 CJ'ftr Ofa.id.B e.ft J ,! 1 '
by,the.Mexican tariff, /"l; ".V" -.1 l1 a'liarIuCt '"'irdi 'thl tfot 1.,ut1.-\AA 'OQ;$ j tlqw Dm : ':.,

tN ACT.to amend the 12th Clause of.the thJArliele 4 .2. The;same.perfect"exemption shall'bQen-; ninditig" them'wholesome l b na mentbr1: iiL JacksonV in -said State-T,ana 7 Li extendJ f r TiTj 1 frJl cl _J t. mtftl.. t, 1
of the Constitution of this State BO joyed I by aUhnisffect'an4jrperty distric.'g. or, .crowding. them-Jintd ?eastern T *V* boundary of 1IBt ii of'vi fL .H.. ., itwiJt'k1f.en. .. '''J ". .. *
fat tie Judges of the Circuit1- Urts shall imported:.subsequent: : to ,the restoration. I *'* '* *. + fr r ,',( i Wb'f| 'studiously Jssiasippi BraiKtoii Jnthe direction-* enee between the morabillt' :if it UJd 10 a=: tl"'
,ftoMtheir offices for A term.of. eight years, of the.custom-houses and jrevibusly to ;yoidedneri8Jil be ressed'ot thi P 1 t1 ij-N ft"j \
the 81x7 not confined in d nens,1prisoI4bips near as may be,of the towns of SefcwiCahajrbaj rU bd $outh.TederabIeinigr&tioit6takI .-. {ji
instead of during. good behivior.8wr' ty days fixed in, the ,folio ving, article for the g or1is jpriflo 'iior'J TO-pirflri and Montgomery, in the State of Alabama. 1a ,H."G
( '!. & ** mlue't *if the Senate andHWlt coming into force of the.Mexican tariff at.:5uch or boimdi or'otherwise"restrained. in the Approvediunil riB4& "" the.:1aU.sictioth 1 Iarge. .i1YOfIUda1a. i ',.

Ij Representatives convened'of the State fThrddGeral ports respectively; the .said,merchandise,'efr. use'pf tthei*limhsThe: 'iceni".u' 1berty |. .haiij j .ajX" ffiiT >ii majfjtiir in Jf..1-ID J S3 1 ." Le. '.! 7 '.
That -"
& Asstn&ly the tho 12tht'f iecti and property being, howieter.atthe, time. : ; on 'th'dr '0 role",:whh i eonTe'ment districts [ ic-3No44JIi heaAdoad" e a eonsequc t 1.",
of the 5th Article of Constitution of of their importation subject to. the payment of and'confortaI4wirteiif and the AN,;ACT'i to attach-- a portion: of the t northwestern t U I"lv"YID''aabunanfl bTer the woridt ..1" :

this State be so amended as to read as follows, duties, as_provided f rt in the'said following. article. common. _soldier ,shall.be.disposed'in canton land district'of Ixmislana:to'the'district Thegreat'i5outh-waS'faot'fllow:to-avafl';itedf of ;i1;

Yit That at the expiration ofthe present term ., ments,-open ahd'extensive enough Cor.and .f 1iorin of Berriwr,''Louisiana...'* .ft ;;'<> ti this circumstance j andba bwtedey4.Nz. 'ki fIo:
tfofice of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, 3. All ,merchandise effects,. arid property exercise, and J dg cr iii'b3iTnC6 -rtjonryimd :[:Be..enacted "e/&natt4Nl House PJfcvresentatites great Aumber8voa..borrowed" A ; ; .
Vitk the exception here&n\ftermentl, the described in the two rules foregoing, sh.i111 during good as are provided -by the party in whose ..of Ute United. &ates of faerica in. all the States borrowed large sums.\1- Afrwn (.t

Jastices of the Supreme Court, and the Judges their continuance at the place,of importation power'they are'for its own tio ps.1 BUt if any Congress[ assembled Tha .tr n and after,the: S11,000,000", Louisiana 20,000,000; ;'Mlt,iSsIppl 5

tf the Circuit Courts, shall be elected fora term I and p .their leaving su h place for the officer shall break his parole by,leaving,the district first day.of" iobJ anrib Domini eighteen hun 7,500,000; Arkansas, 3MOfr-Fl .3,- :
right years and shall hold their offices for interior, be exempt from all duty,.tax, or impost so assigned him,or any other prbpner shall dred and fortyeighL, townships fourteen"-north 900,000at tber .= of
Unt term,unless sooner removed under the pro- of every kind, under whatsoever title or escape'from the limits.ofhis'ca omen./after to&wenty.three'Dorth Inclusive in four State stpcia.wero issjdei;for.money.obtaiB 4.ia j\.
tinons; made in this Constitution, for the remo- denomination. Nor shall be there subjected ranges London..This f' it !
they they shall have been designated to'him. such I and fie vest,shall be Aed/romjthe northwestern Uone7.wBS used forbank 'If':"
nl Judges by address or impeachment; and 'to whatsoever' ,the sale shall earahd-'lbahed J *'la"r'L" "' .fII'III
any,charge upon individual, oflicer, other'prisoner, forfeit land'district, Louisiana; and the same W ; !4l
for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonable thereot so much:of the.benefit of,this article as pro? shall;from and after the' date'' for s ,beatitflched .the ndielaJi2iLiithl1tnd:tli ytd
cause which shall not be sufficient ground for 4. All merchandise, effects, and property Tides forMs. libett1.CJl parole or in.cantonment, to, and form apart'of the district north ceedsrat the command of a .bank was 1ae41GThethoitagespecifyng .

impeachment, the Governor shall remove any described in _the first and second rules, which And, if any officer so breaking. his parole'of any of Red rirer, Louisiana;.and it shall bey and is planters on Mortgage'bf land.' and)negro*** ;i:
of them,on the address of two-thirds of the shall have been removed to any place in the interior common soldier so escaping from the limits assigned hereby, made the duty of the Commissioner. the negroes bynIme *
General Assembly; Provided, honevcr, That the whilst such in the lomce' aga.'c.15: .
place was occupation him shall ''afterwards found in arms, the General Land tb'cause the land office : Thaeconstintedte1tAlofboiidj ': i.
taupe or causes shall be stated length in such of the forces of the United States shall during previously to .his,being regularly exchanged, Inth'distr1ctnOrth ofR d'rlfti'bef rnishi. aninow .tht security"of the-Lonflwi '

address find entered on' the Journals of each their continuance therein,. be exempt from all the persons so offending shall be dealt with ac ed,with the plats and'other papers, 'ortranscripts holders oUtAtebonds.r: Vniooa..ith instit*,. .t

House. And provided, further, That the cause tax upon the sale or consumption thereof, and cording the established laws of'war. The thereof ,jrelating,tothe, .townships aforesaid tio. .were."M..u-.tM..ui'bm'_ "- .:)U.maJ .. ;'

WCllls'uhall notified to the Judge so intended from every kind' impost or contribution. under officers shall be daily furnished by.the party in and to. have this act carried_ .into full efftfoi p'ihatI' $40 000,000 of capital loantihtztin this 1
to be removed and he shall be admitted toa whatsoever .' -- > ut. -' that&beeii to
title '
"* way :
or denomination.II'II'' whose,power they ,are, with.as: many rations vBOBT.CnfflNTHROP,1: *> Jborrpwedat t&N tth
bearing in his own defence, before any voto 5. But if any ,. property and of, the same articles,as. are allowed,.eitherin .z. Altogether] more;than 1$ ,bOOboo, ''was:teat :1.
for such removal shall pass: and in such cases I described in the first and from,Ltolonandi the,Noztit'Jto
second rules, kind or by commutation, to officers of equal : theHouse RepresenUlivet. iJeod.p1SAt T. \:\i
lie tot shall be taken by yeas and nays and I shall be removed to any place not occupied at rank l its own'anriy and all 'others'shall bdAily .6.;M.,DALLAS.f I money uupon new soil with thetiww.
catered on the Journals of each House respectirdy. -. i the time by the forces of the- United'. States :furnished with neh:',ratioD. 'u allowed : Viee'preiident of'the'UnitSl Statti p. ak'' -rl.. I out- the loah .tfiie 4 "Jn. gratu iCQuld.. han taxes i
they shall, upon their introduction'into such toa, ,common soldier in itsown: serviee:, the yal? : '" -'sid it of'the Senate.rApprbvedJttnei6i:1848 .. plac9only to tt-ve .mo'
appointed under this amended Constitution be subject to the same.duties which nude..the war, or at periods to be. agreed;'npon between "-K ., V .? (JAMES JLiPOLK.SWOBDTO \mt g.t.mr --/i :"pic1d JO jf
dill be divided by lot into four classes. The I Mexican. .laws they would be required to the be dyupon JUFtorUieex: ."
pay respective commanders paid by the oth -t.. -. .. ::. ..1-of'
first class shall hold his or their office or offices in such cases if they had been imported in time erparty, on 'a mutual adjustzn '' .'accounts : COt"LORtNG- 1\ JUnfjsAATeALuur>:. flt bl6upuA. ihepew .t# J

to the term of two years, the second for the of peace through the_maritime custom houses, for the auhsisUnce pf prisoners;,and_such. :ae >In.- -the': rm1"* J-t if? 'tJc ")'t4. 1 1t. AlllUIltP' ..e.'I '= .r.,,(,._1
.Y. Courier
torn of four years the third for the term' of six and had there paid the.duties conformably with counts shall not .be mingled ,with or,set off against ,-' -i "i" 'I'='""- O and UtU Enquirer;- -11 the28tb.VAT VJ!,< and Benseless advocates-for;tariff vzsv&tria. -

jean the fourth for the term of eight years. the Mexican.tariff. any thers nor the. balance'due on them q\.w find theannexed. -account. oraninterest- order.to-Uujhp__ cocsamen at ths North for tlift ii
(Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority 6. The owners of all merchandise, effects r or be withheld as*a compensation'or reprisal 'for f. :1fii, 1:., uV.ar:It, isendentlyfromthe T ; r-v.tffta pen?;-ofthoTsenior f ei.< *'i l-V-1!*--i..ftN\ft ,thA'.". .. r

December 22, 1S47. Passed the House property described in the first and second rules, any cause whatever, .real orpntended .Eachparty /liji. -ediCoTLWeil. :1.-- ,&<*? 3-J wasBorace GreelyJ'who'is _now., equaiiy" 'h'.tgo' 'U;1'j

Representatives by the Constitutional- majority and existing any port of Mexico, shall,have shall be allowed to, keep a commiwary W. *<> iiJii-V. '%f *> fhfs in;oppodtiott:toUhe'rrilis of .I1T1bed1t" *:"f P!
January 1848.f the right to ,reship the same exempt-from all prisoners, appomted by itself"with every ean4 -' were yesterday callei.upon discharge new'sbiLfcEfl sou ifcjxa..tax: stna? ott ', ';:
toe of tne -- ; ii-itvZ.
"inostpleasirig'duties whlch'has eiref i- "
'. April 29, t848. 6m tax. impost, or oontribution whatever. tonment prisoners possession of the other; deTo1d i :to l .er.Jup .1iY. __ .. ._ L. ..
; Vith reaped to.thc rnelaor other,properiy trhich eommlssar/stall-se'-the prisoners'"as po-nLi&plngto thegaliazt WI... are"" at entiw P. .noW'" }. :
CotiLoi4ng lliC.the "
NOTICE. exported from .any,Mexican port whilst;in the often as he pi eases.shall. b allowed receive,' the lLIfiesja citizens awOld.'iA'fAtalaehienl&a'J t.anc1iI1.Jehalfor .: common l -o'b'.Y yen
% IX WEEKS after date, we the subscribers occupation of, the forces_'of the United States exempt'from all duties .!ortaxes-anh1 ttidittrib-. : Florida --Ta-have teen: -'deugnaiealy'the'citizens'of se'udoub-4'. 2 a. lI&.1JJftii. ',
will apply to the Hon. the.Judge-of Probate and previously to the restoration of the mistomhouse ute whatever comforts may be'sent to them by ApaUchicoTA aion" of their eomrnittee yiV1f fii. :I J: 1c.1, U l1) ii. iJ'4'\-r
for Nassau at such no shall be their friends *and shall be'fre to transmit his T ,PJ GAIMON1AL
County for Letters of Administration person ,required ; to txpres*their gratitude to and ttf honor their ; cQ1I'I ,
on the estate of Joseph.Bergallo, late of by the Mexican authorities, whether general or reports in open letter to the party by whom he gallant. a distinction which we t' .1 xUie PQ CEo t:U t iiJu Jnr'U.'
aid county,deceased. State to pay any tax, duty or. contributionupon It employed. .- a fenoJr-eitilrb one.which,we shall :The Knickerbbck'etv.that ancient,' .l
DOMINGO ACOSTA any such exportation, or in any manner And it is declared. that.neither thepretence t '$
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ever rememberwith pride and.'pleasure 'To piquant doyer nterstiug 1nt
.., ,. aontjily, *& f4'i
JOHN A. CAVEDO. I to account for the same to the said authorities. that war dissolves all treaties) nor any other tliti d't"tl Its' -"ll"ezLfneu' .s. > 9f ".
gentlemen'of leommlrtei UnOD"an bJaifl .
Fernandina, Fla., July 15, 18 8. 6t .ARTICLE 20. Through consideration for the whatever, shall b C D8fd red18aD iilliig 'or with whom'we'Eld the honor to-bo'iasociated' eYel"O' f'Spicy- .ft- .mr--I .v*.>.2".m." it.r.iL I '' t i 4i F.
; interests of commerce generally it is agreed suspending the''solemn covenant'contained in UfiMf. ,
we tender our thanks; ;and we rejoice*that.the ninDber-&he1toUmn.-11d ifromik *VIteoaso > .
that; if less than sixty days should p5 be this article. Onthe contrary,the state ofwaris late iusbaudJn '
Administrator's Notice. distinguished services of one of our most WIi tel l1J1t'InthQq
gallant .
tween the date of the signature of.this treaty precisely that for.which it is provided and '
officers tJ'v published f
was ,
JI'tilE Subscriber, having qualified as Administrator and the restoration of the custom houses,,conformably during'which' its 'stipulations are: to'be as sacredly ly proud--one hate of'whonithe been th1ii'r w1iQl gn1i l"'G-'rtl.J l JUg'u:--vf. "J rrr* >f.-UI> 'T;te "'n enee_...._..-"Jil3'_ ,'O.. ,'. jfltdon'trnakesuch _' l
on the Estate of the late Robert; : Z 7V .UJU alone; Jj
with the stipulation in the third article observed as the most acknowledgeiioh.ligations "
friend has handed in'the racket th'ere
following: :? ft ,if yapls, '
Livingston, Notice is hereby given, to all in such case all merchandise effects, and under the law of nature or nations. 'Lie. CoL while Tm. -in ;:
attained > :writing ) thei stillnws
barely of
person (Creditors, Legatees,and Distributees I property whatsoever, arriving at'the Mexican ARTICLE 23. The treaty shall,be ratified.bl the b_._ a mr TP' !yquiet ;
age &went,- gh. .is the soldier of I.P.Ia.H. 9 t OOU.I.Vh4
tad others,) having demands against said estate ports after the restoration ot the said custom the President of the United, States of America, three warshaving.: risen'from'tivil years, life to the that?) -I sit down towrjtea few \-& l ,,

to present thorn, properly authenticated.* houses;and previously the expiration of sixty I by'and with the advice and consent of the Senate i high grade;of'' ut ''Colonel in the 17/8. (You #hto'd JjicJ ro: '}$
, lt1itAit time prescribed by law: to the Sulv days after the day of the signature,of this treaty, i thereof;*'and by'the President of the:Mexfc .Army At the age of fourteen lie though I feel'the 'of dot' :"
was engaged pan separation fiH
after, if by moil, postpaid, or this notice will I shall be'admitted to,entry; and no other,.duties can republic with the previous .approbation of in the TexasrevoluUonaftez'the.terjninationofwbichheparticipated up!-eo;,iiink-you fljfrorii ldeR( up selfm fiH ? :
b plead an bar Gftheir recovery. i shall be levied thereon than the duties established its general Congress; and the ratification shall thismomentTye It is your Ei :1
.in the Florida : ; a
JAMES A. PEDEN, Adm'r. the tariff found in.force at such be in the of war; I :J D& ; 6,
.by custom exchanged city Washington or.atthe and at seventeen visitedNew, Tork for th'epuf- know.WJ a the state Ulogami
Sewnaasville July 15,184S. 8w houses at the time of the restoration of of of TT v* xio1)thaT it. '
the seat Mexico In four
his' a few short days win enable
pose completing studies,which had thus me to be again with' .
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sam'e.. And to all such merchandise, effects, months from the date of the .signature hereof, been interrupted. 'Upon{his return to Florida you,4asegarJoe}' and:once:more press. ottjtgentu

Administrator's Notice. and property, the rules established by the preceding or sooner practicable.' ,. trom4hia.dty,vacqulred .distinction at,the hand_in nuhd/;(Oh!iLisarft;take>ita&A ;
ALL PERSONS interested in the Estate of article shall apply. In faith whereof we, the .plenipotentiaries bar and.in legislative halls of the State of n w.\,.&& ,1shalllea. .tlli 'cit7t..Uraoru.i:
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the late Joshua Miller, are hereby notified ARTICLE 21. If unhappily any disagreementshould have signed this treaty of peace, Florida. He'sobn "1i3"eTer""reIhiquish d'.the indeed dunng.jrQur. absence. ffe. woat:ft., ..-t"'
That on the 1st day January, 1849, I[ hereafter arise between the governments I friendship, limits and settlement; and ,have immediate prospect of civic honors for'distinc home tm aorning'tif'7'm''flijou D-'t iJ.IiJJ. .1

aWl present my accounts and vouchers, as Administrator of the two republics, whether with respect to. !. hereunto affixed our 'seals spe ,. Don tion in the field.. As,a captain In the regiment sad every hotirof the ifit.fval:willb .'c< U edcapi rO,.,,...
to the Hon.Judge of Probates in the interpretation of any stipulation in this in quintuplicate, at the city of Guadalupe Hidalgo of Mounted BiftehejoInedthearmyIn Mexico, ( .; st. ythaLBij.withanxio .soH ;r"

and Alachua County, for a final settlement treaty,,or with respect to any other particular i on the second day of February; In the and was there engaged inJeVeJry.battle froai thecapture tute b'.me.' Asl-sitherealoae.. in the.'r..j ..
sad discharge from tho/urther administration concerning the political or commercial relationsof year of our Lord one thousandeight hundred of'Vera'Cruz''to the conquest';of the of' 'ihe.nieht' "*rComefflVrn's-ir. song. t Ia'tpoz ,

oftaid estate, and shall pray a distribution the two nations, the said governments, in'th' forty-eight capital -having command tKe regiment from my' wh'd !' 8'S,1'K deJ -W' Ie1f r.- .if'of"f.1.
Hereof.: JOSIAh SECKINGER Adm'n name of those natIons,dp promise to each other : NP.JFEIST, 11LUI8JG. the period when the gallant Sumner fell at Cerr !dUedwitl&ter:recoUedi UJ f"" t..1J"

!Ktwnansville July lst.184S. 6m that they will endeavor,in the most sincere and, CuEVA1'f, ZOo Gordo to,the close,.pfthe campaign, ,At the lowness. ot-JpU'lta comes' "vere.aiJy.N- 11 li';"
earnest manner. to seUlethe'diff'erenceSso'arising .' BERNARDO II. s. Garita de Beleh"one, of,the 'gates of the'city of themoinntsrolfl"V'/wbchZ h4e !;sI' ..
and to preserve the state of peace and MioiAPisrAirt S, I" the .. "?>.i't.uj t\
STATE OF FLORIDA : -.I M xico(while leading his regiment to the goal ipiaff flowing uu ..J In _'fiND C T, eaa f ij
friendship in which the two countries are now And wli' re.thOaid treaty,as amOlicn '"IIA'J .where victory iawaitedj them-his left arm was 1ever.theJOUll'J'1t shake fWho!deepljr ;
COUNTY OF DUVAL. placing themselves. ; using, for this, end.mutual duly ratified on both.pars and,the' 'res I shotoffbyadis hargeofgrapeii.t drinks oftiie.wine.):. LIflOWLI3yd0WZ17' 'ftJ

T -all 1o rehom these Presents shall come, representations and pacific negotiations. And pective,ratifications of the same were exchanged $heColonelhas been for several days\'l'1.at the'v uen.ffiravo: bravo!) tor.lbtigae.one' .J

Grcet ll:- if, by these means, they should not be enabledto I at Queretaro on.th- thirtieth day of May last "A. M/r' ouae." 111'' this,city.\; Ueloved firthat .boysjJroverpwers me.: Mieuzny dsz unfe 'fJ'h't.

WHEREAS, Lawrence Ryan has this day come to an agreement,'a resort' shall not, on by Ambrose H. Seviir-and Nathan'Clifford, modestywhic\ ever'characteriteV'thatrutf soldier (Iii aJDJDK"e"UU''U .lucvp'leasure' ': ft TQ f.t..M'*.'.'.

to me for Letters of Adminis- this account be had to reprisals, aggression' ,'or' Commissioners on the;part bf the'Government as much as-for the:honor which-'his brilliant me (Pm'with yon'now; boys,)your affe -"_ "I,

tQUoa of all and singular the Goods Chattels' hostility of any kind, by the one republicl the.United; States and byLSenor Don Luis. de career has reflected upon his native State Jii.ispc.i0! a1f .rO > i.t tit:4Oi: 1.t: t1

gnfc tad Credits which were of George against the other, until the government : a Rosa Minister of Relations.of.the Mexican' .his fellow,citizens havemoat appropriately in- fAIiI.tY:1I\O Alp : e ti ctthe 11

Caurch,late of said county,deceased.. which deems itself aggrieved shall have. maturely republic' ',on the part otthat Government.Now .. 'dicated their r ton"-r'h merit .iu the'! Ii.. ..is.a. c i t&J.. let J\e. "d; Iat."t..., .,.1
these considered in the spirit of peace and'good ,' refoebe it'moW'nithaIi! K.: ; ) '-' lV .. Of.
therefore to-CiTE and admonish all ,_ manner evidenwd by the iubjoSedeorrespbnThe -i 'b.d7. utnouggbtg Jew.er..A The -:j ." .
udLiongular the next of kin and creditors of .neighborship, whether itwould, not,be ,better FOLK President:of the United,States of America ; den.ce. Hi"r .H&q':1} \iI 18:4." 01 "." U 1i : vid en t,"is equally'ft lonely'and'in'z Wtl ..J A"
laid de eased to shew cause before me on or be- that such difference should be settled by the have caused the.said:treaty.to be t made pub-, ,., siror4: one side bears thiAJnscription:' as the.husband. f jer'letteresterdy ; '\

tart the second Monday in August next ensu- Srbitratioh.of- commissioners appointed'on each lie to the end that, the same and every clause' '"Presenied. lj.T"the citixens'of Apalachlcola to: [" T" ,,"I hrM Uf."_ .te' 1tt T.;'
ky.eaid application should not be granted; side, or'bi'that ,of a friendly 1ati u And and article thereot maybe observed and' fulfilledwitk'goodfMth I Lie t.e L W: Wt'I niig5iwhosetgallatttrynasilluBtrated'etery .-.011'1ue! ''' '. "t&' ,.a .urt
should such course be proposed by either by'the Unltedfitates and'the & : '' '..Jjl -
'erseLetters of Administration as afore- party, Ifield' Il1-Vera Crutothe: lwel& (fb II1yO. 1
laid will issue to said Lawrence Ryan. it shall be acceded '4.by the.other,unless deem- citizens thereat; "- .?": (#.?" '*!*?f"'tn \',.. i ,city of Mexico.7?' ion the other side the.wordsof quem m 1OO141J fott.f1'J"1aifta.i.'
'edb' it altogether incompatible with the ,. In witness,,whereof,1.hate hereunto set myj
Witness nature :
in idea bowLlonesome
my name and the seal of this I ott-"BraveRifiesyu havejbeenjbaptixed !. .. !(theThayo .j.willyouJfrom j. 2.J
(ui.1 Court tListhfrd 3rd] day of July,A.D.ne .of. the difference or circumstances' of hand and caused" .the" 'seal of"the United States- -. ;fire and bJocd'Ind have,come out.steel) J1 C'' 'J.): eehrh '1__ nltel $
a. thousand eight hundred and forty. ...the case. :to'b affixed.fc' r I V--w 'k -1' 'was made at the armory of Mr.Ames at'C b-; ( o-bttheissiq.an etat' I O. .1.. f,
eight. If (which 'is not to be expected, and which Done,at the city.ot',Washington,this' iouth'd -ville,"Mas&j'and.Is a-chasteind elegant article j I If h U ''l i'ti .
God forbid !) war shall unhappily break 'out of July,;one,thousahcl. eight hun- J '
WILLIAM F., CRABTREE, : ; .ft t..1 .j:9f 7. .r'-'C f'F .UOiU tJo tt 1 thing ) Jsa great omforfcrio6k forward fo'
Judge of Probate Duval County. between the two republics,'they do now,with'a [L. S.] ',hundreda "forty'eightandoftheIndependence ... ,_?', TO&Hol1n. 'N'swvo.y..JUDe21.-, .thttndayiWif. WJnu&plesmursi(Will IZ a 1l
"ulI 8 1848. 6t view to such r.sa.1mntTsolemnly;pledge'themselves 'of'the' Unitea' "u. States thoseventy4hird. Dear t.r'U7"l1' ., of ApalachicolaJrrttaining -,' kies mea *.i ,. Uw' l
to each ,other.and ,to,.the world, to observe -. ?JAMES" .K.' ,Pout.', .. : a'vivid recollection of "bur serriwin ItJS--TT dellg J .,ul J *( *V-*.t6QCharlmtor. .I .

the following rules. ,absolutely, where the .By' the President' : 1/ the -Florida'J War/ andjustly appreciating.: let'0' T WfulVoVve aii D.1hit8.1. 'f,

ON Brought the 20th insta to Jail Negro, Man who patbl.9! the'subject: t8t.'L lose as id. I. BncitAN.' -. ., If",.l.Secretary"__.-." ,no.Stated. '1 J JP gallantry :andgood-wndMtf fM9i'der. -; fol-J twice) toilivts iff hopes: tU'"toGWe. ,: ".
in all where au\awu 'u "' of, "the brave Rifles" in the campaign i: %\tiii : ffefc" d tk
calls and ; lM:11.i
t\ he himself JIM HICKMAN, says vance shall be impossible.: 4 Ae&e,.Rcs.IUS$%pn_,pat thcFin'SeeI opening with the debarkation of the American; 7on.tnLyp' sp e tbeing." ('uPoiY .
belongs Robert Stewart, of Marion The either. then .f tile'Thirtieth' 'u" t'il.'
L mercbantspf republic .residing R Cv army.at Vera CrnxTand Tclosirig-with the surrenderoflho ydi.4ifr. mpdnot1iM'asbe! _t. "
county, Florida The owner. is request : in the other, shall.be/1.a11ow a.to remaintwelve'months : !I.t 1--r. i'T' r 1 Mexican'capital,'-.are'Desirous' of.manifesting "nH"zs ofjour CA fT'jil'-'T., r r.% < tIJj

Tl 4Vay.con, forward, pay exp and take him i ,jo( those:, dwelling in theinte-: ",< >- ,L'Jat.1t.v4.1 11r f t'*r I i iAJN I itaeirtestimatioH)of j a citizen who; =

J.A.'BARDEEJaitorD.C.I' I riorj) and six months (frtho4weling at the ACT,in explanation of an act entitledr"An has reflected'so.mnch honor,.upon; tiieStat, .ofFloridA'ano rtp.TlJjt14i' i!
Rk1OUTilleApril29,1848.. tf.firv I, seapojrt8)/to collect itheirdebUjuidrsettleViheiraffairs -act'to appropriate"the* proceeds'of the public I liAv dir cted tna.presentation'of ia i.rJ1lt9 1:
'; duBB&w.bich periods they-thall enjoy; :5J lands?and to tp emptiontrglils6'.*, 'the sword whicfiwf nowienderySnts?! fm i tZ'fe.ii 1: '. Wj.

KOTI E. the protection,and boon he' game footing,' Belt watted bythe-Senate:ahtifSousfof.rescniatites .Regarding the past asa pronme of greiiit fa-j 'i ft iH'h i bcfngor i6 .
i JiONTHs after date,shall, present- my la all iccti as'ife'citiiens or subjects,the *f ttokiWleJ--Gtat0 :'tf;toepi.Congress ,.i .lara usefulne&j to jpnr rco.unb7f8Ad.appreciaa ja tumed4c)1rntIl01ti 1ti jJiTN. .

.t'._.ccounts and'vo cticrs as Executor of the most'friendly iiatTonsV and, at,:.the expiration ; 4feiledf That the.:fifth.section o <'.; ..lite h m& -ma4 ,.th.e,( ubaJIJ q( t oU1 '1.f. f 1.aJo'1' .J .". 1IB-I.JeeIE ;
of James B.Rbbert1ee. sed,to the. t thereof or.jat azytimebeforeeY shall uiyful1jberty1iocarpng : the act entitledJIAa.act; to ppprpprlito the.pn>. communication between you"and' J your r.u !. ut."u It.WVWClUV' .s tl ...., ,.. ,, '
&nil udg of Probate of this county 'for settlement ? .aU. J_w... cells of,thei sates of the;.pablicr>Iands"an4 I to : itieus 1 ot'l1 ii ; .the: :towitbacnthentsiof 'tdthebeacnEcki I'b1 C"I' 'm I 'ate. .

iwucc by him; andnttke same time, Ito "fecti without tnolestation) or hindrance I..con. grant preemption irights' approved:, on/the tcemnd. .res et. yoh.QbIeAtr5 ;Ui.A tti '
a apply the sai4 .ludge,,or Cofor a forming"therein#to thesaime laws which the eitiiiehiipr fourth j day qf:Septemltierr,onelJfeftuss k1 4 ,! tn- tjq1t h1-3 m 1 )'t- door d JiaT but4.-fCBrlJiii;W,If JJ."a ,

.-dfsharge from my Exec torsl PI ofj the. siibjepta., the most' fneaily.uat i.Rli i- hundred and forty Q Qe,sh all be BO :lt ,j IlQr& i&' 4bJi'-l .( 1 Ir
4l&tofs. Jamt'lf. Koberts, decea I; > I required,to c KCJrmio7: pjfeo"he; cntran pf.tie towispezi4 ,pqrHo .9J d. 4u .' "i .
30IIK; ROBERTS,Executor of the armiesbf;
last Will kc.olJA'B.Bobtrl.4c., : the otlivr,.women'and children,'ecclckasUcs' tioc.of.ih.. Ot 9f'U.lt.lJ lCml. 't'ilr1Ji" WAJ1'BO i' M nJ "1IWi t1 o3s' & .

$|nIaibWL.. .. cm" ..,' _" .- J; "sch'olais': pYery4 iacultyr. ;'cultivatcrpj:. 0f4S tiJJ.J1 _d t9.-. i9 '."I.ur n.r..-1t. :'!_BIt J"i MM 6.- D : a ebit.llldJ Ithrj1 1'dl .

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fr i'j; ; jp : .t t = : <" '!>.'f; t constitutional niofUT i q9\c'4 '*conseqjlcncei J. &$rom' a'Z. aISthken e3gf5.f' clemency, .l ,. !" 'Wal p.owjn&io thb14kcIplofft'J : ..sect"iiL .., PAct' ,"If i91PK JY tjJiWh Vt1iJsYTf.k y j: '

t!_' ..'; 1".1 JACKSONVILLE; ,JULy \18(81-_, "....t'r'. tut the Constitutional are. jt ,. ; 1 ph.ATE OFI1ORIDA: : '. : ; tt jI wfljknowh ltJiagh u'. the State, ;S fc nttfiim& of fttwlbowltilSSSiii*-.

.. -\f ,'-1-_oo.:?.' 'fO""i' '..... ".. .-, -...'.-. ..*...'...4-4.._ f't .:J'' ,' rpo .. o tJs c4" i:, ,>. J'' r2r4lgn, mjthotn m. ,. flew.f"resents-. .. shall. \ tth. rSacewtetainei,.. ttBht individuals withIn 4ft\1oml I." r" f S
1t '' ''Ia ., Who thexi Has 'lumo In,'hi3neartirhob Greettngt \ ? 1- '
? $bat j .
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ftJ. : ; Whereas, at the last term of the Circuit Court it who fondly Imagine as saori8e.f.ot.bat-i1t'U ISlltA t.

if .. S.-...1. ,I'd .vd. u.l'apectt 'lhi. i for. Id"imd1oT.the:CJormtyjof Duvalr Celiay a female can" :ptJl1 iherwires ''jiTerything: .will:.go on t ICOIII\I oD ,JJh"'PJoiol.oall..tda W ,

;, :.:" G aW : *" ,. ..I.t.,1'j1il )1 free:institutions can,"hesitate one-moment. ofthe offence of The S
convicted manslaughter
.. .. slave was straight Innocent hallucination which deceives qrerencea t..the c
i. J. -. ..f._. ." 4L3j.1ej .. .'.. If. ,--on rnm1tteeweik 3vot
senten' d by'the' C .aforesaid 'mirl c
and 'ffef1d
: Jin giving his adhesion to the standard bearer was t'1fJthf
_ I rit _..n'.itf 1ttf( 1 .J"" f.. da3g. no one but themselves,'and thus they areiathttteI f i}j'" d r 1"
: ,. fthQ -Dfl 1 thWeftToatUggledtQgether' &"executedpn.sEriday, the1r< of4u2nit '.. d., 'ft. r..I'b1ffnt r"... '
tt 1 --OCB&T'O L next:,And whereas it has been represent ; to iil1ie if1h tr'h ways'rDeIti .: WDS.t talen t ''OIA hV ".
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-j .U .c' ; year year, t I otfbrtSiTuVy-who tried'thV&i'iXiWZitrAZ
.t. me by.a M a-moment that thaabbvi had" 1Mn.t. rfrnm. l.'bsouif Mr. ;
.J..J'.j" :lprt, to ..thoemt"Dl tb.tlma'J h J.e bl 1 I411)" jtwriUen-byone of-thesa.well jaeaning but ,thfi'pIrJt OOY'f'tiS, Q" 7't..IiI't'W

!t.'t ..:f: you PRESIDENT OP'THE tJMTSD STATES: ocratip party; have.w ged.;,incessant enoYanre; :Jurj.::PNfUDmend.wt.wd.; ,wd..Ceba. ... toecutive.1 :. mirid \JridiTJdual." .thQMcitementattendant >cd:to*govern the''iettleniCnt ID or,ill IM1

.* ''f; .. .T1WI'3. OAS. S .:lenting war against the abuses of-the pasV"fa*"* ;.el. ? /' ,'.ts sijrr -bniep, is .simple 1i'7.' II ,, jin f' 'frieS of. the 'U &edStatea.: tlOD"'thIi,,
a, ;: f 't I" fby of aracter upon .zaominatioJlt.and' dismissed ,t L.eo r'ftt e'i' diYJd
person g
p ,. ": pieandataidng d--ftJe'f J
'. 1'unt.Jrl.c", :. IOF xnmGArf;' ,: I tened upon our institutions_. Doable. but principled } tt.bepu,1a1ne, .ofg \I-' .it tram'' '"notice. with**':smile':t.Its. :cool"-irai. il!agafnstthenfdtionTof ,"he'; U t r.vr.IJl-' "'
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-- If : : t.Ja4i24pT. 10 statesmen.--. The Banlchas fallen The sbipn"ulchlt: "0,T DC ein1neitiy and' :
".l .. propci the jMr.Drigbtj thennioyed
from ,
I"i LT 70E 'TICE pJtJSmEl'CTJ.. rv; -' i | ; pudence. 'But'treperceiTO followingcommunication ro S '
doctrine.of protection:,haa ifcllen.. ..Eery.li4e.off Jwst..forth... .e. ecq ,e..1'1..1.J..too"t l'n.,.the4prIo. .1 1 ii-J* t.: 1 itt4tf* P which had
a : eeflPO1Sly 4ue'C011taining
/ ;.t J ; '.tk VILLI M '0. BUILEK ::ing\ AI1dI1eea5 sa.UnterPIt1on -, in;the Southtrn Journal that $ !en11. &
: .. : power; thc word, -
,. ..policy whieh distinguished Whiggeryi as a .j 9r.J'l "
...'. J 11U. 1 t i .attention !IMibeen
.db1..t-r' paid
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\.J sJOTed emisaipl.county some vcryiunnece promise. As the .
:,'.::. .,"&W. <, : f. OF-WOfTCCMT. : party. has. T>eeh defeated. 'and, held'up to scorn 4ias .transniitted t4prp. ;little condIt1ouofth"i.nowsaid't 't
"r, !! to itriIt to us of bedifferent
'f' appears
: :i* ; I very coMsiuencerchat troD1thUt
___________ A7 i"-, "- : r. : Alid-.J ie w1, .i to. ,eseourg1oroua faith., moAst.rating againstuie exerciise 'pf:executive.clemeiicjjn '. compromise applied fa I82o" "Jaie:.:
t- -- 'J J .fool it was that penned the letter.' ,( .ot1
';S } )J- 1' FOR. .GOVERNOR. OF FLOSJDA.: I Are .we. too.to be blinded by ayoilabiUty, Are .,..> the..' 3i'r.A.na".i : ; T.lll S'under' C'such i i>; :-.._ .J by'' the :senator from Kent"TrCviT'A'i"wi 'WI _
: Ii 't3 I J.. > <. t. : / circumstancjes- ::1 the Executive desires.,imeto..be ditr k lT JtiJ; : ; : 'd-.i1.&,'_r- nr-". ,

'.' "f : 1" 1ENWILLIAM BAILEY. we to be defrauded bur'political! righti at the inform.
.., '',#".,.( .. tit ,. j i. >i?<'ti i : to i1-* : 'J .I woWlerefQrC :t south of the parallel fegM
: l'.:. foi'IO ." If -.' : ; ,do iloi. .consider.. th. Amencan, poph $' be itjlthow;; .GovernorMorald quested to repubiish. itf to*give it more general shall.be.placed' the %ot- !w.'
1 ..; CONGRESS .,.., i+' **,*--w. on *wne
; H: 1u ; f" FOR ;. : -the tootlu
m intzitedby circulation DemocracyofPlpridaVhey.haVeas [ -
byviruo Uautbority among ,
; stuff such as dupes sree4t&n4welookto: ; spects as to slavery that f
f. -e
:- t t i ,:!.WILLIAM P. 'DUVAL: ; .the .li &n.I or much right to be'enlightened. bysuch"discloaurts'aa"th 1fn
: : iectl 'oVDIouUtlOD while it was a Territory." ;
r .B. ,1t.-.J '.: !c-. .1' the approaching'f'_ as a trjumptntIndi.. ":u IWm liti l ; 1> Un tJ.
: ',, .. V.- ,1\ .<. the Si;for ; t Ad'PotPon1, po. : gass pI a thecommitteetiivided-.fourfarti 1I"'
Y' ...-.1"... r' -t.".: I .. : --- : cation- ',of< their pnnciples againsf he.lJsidj ua arid;byi4hese./p) ..;,4oth respite and S \tfAat.
; .r''..." '. )':>-.. ;; "MR.PRESIDENTIAL. .ELECTORS: attacks,.of">Vhiggery. 'Thoae whohaye: : fosteredthe pone the execution'of the ieritence'aforesaiduntil .- hi c.h.1 y r '1 1 tion.'.the question was taken&iIWl'fi
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.'f '4.fW.. -*;,. CEO. : .FAIRBANKS. ., 6fStJohnsiff ."availa1)i itY'?'doctrine will receive the cone Friday, otNoon,the twenty-second_ ,day.of: ,|.i,'ma:,uo'u urcro triv*."ut the'Yenn to'w 'or..ihe sentoromxentucwresultthe o.&l
p .;' I; 'H:' :"" f '; P the tamvbrd1ssensibn and he
n .tJiUoT r Jealousy among ;
8eptem..r e Unlea be ._
'the'Vhit' committee jf
": ; 4! CHARLES H. PUPONT.ofG i ttmpt ther'-HMerve. Gen-T' r&*" and said_ ,;.shall, hereafter ni -,-otherwise'I'j,.. order. ,t and pro-- Democrat of..Florida r yet," it. 'deserrca.to' !bebrought Tided. .,.. .. .. ,being. '. dit
/- --fcA* AJV *V ilJ- t t-r f.
"t V
.to.#. 'i.; JOHN MILTON, of Jackson: County : Horse 'Winre eiT'ehe:8uppo: they are C )-d '. fpK to light.If:'h' '.to believe,hat "-AtiJ, .iS.atage" "" ft'i r.! : t 't_ i-ft4''tU'
.t,.4.I': '.c. -S9-.. -.- entitled- .to,,.but:can:.have.little:chance'against TJo.Seriff'ofDua1 Couuty.anll' ;tbeAI.o1thO : there,is 'an out-and-out Democrat-in''the 8tatd. f,1.; f Md..toueJD1 1 .P -
= mlseap
.'. '1. t.:; # fi 'liiait' eveif r. esib1" ..:d, f1iinittee _
audi letter i
b who coul4 ..
c Siat"pJl take'uoti eliereof nI ; a privately ..
.. 4. < ,.
lliu.-In of CASS Ufld'BUTLEL : ,. prOCee4atIerwardstp -
.' -i :F.AlLl1U,OF TBS consequence JI..t ' ..
- i govern ..1 ereuv... !, : ., ifit'be-.itideed "getiuine'letter; Awhile', VV slhon *
r. TO *
1 endeavor
.. ..to i!tlJ. 1'-:. &n ccident which occurred to the Mail Steamer. .; ,Given of..under' '' .If my,hond; adb;; e great u leave it to,'thewritir. and his correspondent to tion-L Jeas't.so.:Yar.. to,,tiSiCS2**

.' ...: ; WIlL: Gaston in the SavannabRlvershewas unable SLAVERY IN .THE.- ERRITORIES." : Seal of the Stale aforesaid.Vtbia the thir- settle>Jbetween' themselves the merit of 'entertaining .extendtheawsgyer prffi& .

< .' ,:!fi;*: to'm&ke her trip,and consequently Whadno (r.;,&]r ut:4ft 't: : 1 ull.A.D: lS'.ts'I'mid.ihe: i i iL id'PubljhInE'duch ;- th 1rj< tb. ministric ofjusticiia and !
the Select
." ..1\ On the 18th inst Committee, on the.1' -
It. : ives us'thS to know 'who the + tt.
,.,seveiitythird'yearotAnerican(( : Independence. Keajion j ($ .right author the
I. .r. Northern mail until Wednesday evening: ingfor. present the Js ettJemeS?
the establishment of Territorial Governments is'Every who reads'it1 will tofoi'soniiconjectute
./ one be"npt law f '
i .: ';. last; This will explain to our subscribers in in Oregon, California and. New, .Mexico, made :V. W, D., MOSELEY" Governor.. of the writer;ahd. in that clithate! and population all cfr,,or umstiii theVauYptSr'. Mf

:- :.*'':> the. interior why they did not receive their pat Report. We understand that the Dill .A. E. MAXWELL'Secretary of State. way injustice may be done to de inno kinds of ,la.bor, .. While. it was.admiMl to .=

I the time. ,.. ,. centjJJet 'the writer'avoir himself;; or let the sidesthat .9Ii.
: pers at regular is .yfar the
; they very long, consisting of eat
.: propose t editors of:Tliij'Uiiioo give' up his name .And'wh 1 9th
;. r.
'. TAYLOR AND THE VETO J. \VER. ntones wa
"" no less'than 37 sections- The substance of it : n'ihisis'd ne, it'can better be determineJwhat properly adapt t rrij bbor" .
r. .
: THE \VEATHER, AND THE CKOrs.-Notwithstanding 'The unworthy surrender'by Gen; TAYLOJi'Or: : would necessarily be'.free,80iJ.
: : mal.be ascertained from the remarks of Mr. : further notice of it is required from also foreYm :
;T ; the and rains with the':veto' 'that constitutional check which witkua1. a'
,. heavy frequent power, :Members of the Madison Convention. \ .
CLAYTON, Chairman of the Committee, upon there was a portion ) !
!'' '* which have been visited for four weeks I forms the many ties that bind o'r'instir .' or.ltYhere.tite
: .'Iki ire over one. or : -- could be introduced
the Bill We thatas
". ; ,1 presenting can only gather owing t /tij'.dSS t .
: ..2- past., we have the most gratifying accounts from regards Oregon the Committee have strickenout tutiona into harmonious: whole,. and which WILL i GEN..TAYLORYETO'TIIE; WILMOT. the. peculiar, productions of\th t

I .: H.'::. (I our planters of the crops. Cotton appears to the sectioncxcluding8lavery, but do not intend has carried the 'poiitical'bark safely through PROVISO ? .- thought that It Oregonw,1 ,.nt_rIa'3S 1

... .::;: { be the only product which is at all injured, thereby to annul any law heretofore passed the 'storms' (the;:Bank;'the Tariff. akd the,dis- The follo'wing'Which is .taken from the Congressional ganwed glues can as_ t ever people be. aIaveholdingj4 of that T '

..-:: ...1t and''that only in very low lands. Sugarcane by the people of that country. The Committee tributipn questions,-eeems to ,win him. daily .reports: ,. .shows ,.that'Gen. TAYLOR'S by the temporary (Adoption..of :iheiz itol'1\\. '

i: .i;:-i and corn, however, arc in the highest degree appear to consider' 'Oregon'as not'practically more and more favors with Whig;Abolitionists.The friends have been brought to.the.scratch., Mr. laws, interdicting orprohibWgsyj'j nrci. :

11't and those of. who have l tt'ef which CoL'HAaxKuthe of heroic territorial cd
our planters recollections
flourishing, connected with the slavery question 'and while 'oC.MCrwiYf we publish'in man Prop 19 be.OJ'1rDiBl'
: by
a popular
S. :. 'z..r. recently embarked in the cultivation of the cane approving any existing laws, defer.the action another column f a type.of the opinions:which the fs'thunchestsupporterof' 19. the available. candi4i -. enact some vote,uncould .law.onthe,the bi1refe

J ;' iirosanguineof success That.it is the most, he Northern hold his and,whddClareiTAYwRa: and the tect -w
.r'i- ,., of Congress until the subject shjill come up!under Whigs upon .anti-slavery Wnig, objections .which had been.:urg b '
p .r... profitable agricultural production for Florida a Territorial organization availability. Yes, it has'come'to thiS. ,A'successful aqnarter over/.now.cays! .\he "Do--rlKHoyit!? to the,J2th 8ectionwould.be! :ob1'j &edh1f "

.);; :{ every days experience makes more manifest. I geeral-a citizen (the South. ,'is taken whether 'Gen..T&moiwould. veto the Wilmot any sacrifice of principle .by thOl.8.-h-
The Bill provides a"GoTenui1ent'for'CLlitor- ., then and that
.1. '. J ; ; after thus.
i"n- i.po.mgottl
: ;
'If' up b.cauie. h e,, is an tava abte.l candidate-, !
: ; ..9 n.. nia and New Mexico consisting of a Governor, 'jUJI'llil1- -* % s9fr, a relates, toOregont
".'i. -"i CASS- AND BUTLER.It Council'and Judges" to.be', .J appointed" '" .by the whom? ,-.To,Abolitionist;Whigs because he JUjft speech *n.the House: of Representatives, of California :anNe Mexico cou11 Terjtj.. '

.. -! ::L f1/ ..cannot, have escaped any one who has attentively President and Senate of the United-States- i it 5'willing to become.. their" 'tool. by'surrenderingtheVeto'powlr a few days since, Mr CLARKE of Kentucky,put ized m the same bill, by the appointmen\'ori. "

:,.i i.), watched, the political movements of have : well. administrative, ; V""""' J" ;ti' *' "rft.Vfi the. questioxrf' ,! governor'.senator, and_,jQdg t9' \. '
to 'legislative' as ozthg.to.tbeoidlature
ttysji! > < *
.:.;... 4 tntfl&ithree or four weeks that an increased and We, fhayealready giv.na., -multitudeof s V) ti 1 extracts ,'f"W".ethei,;. Geff. Taylor' was a'Wilinot Proviso. isr'dtiiid fpr.euch.of.preced f4.a, po .itJ '
: power, fxpressrjfypToniblteoTlrom passing ,ertejejj iij .
.4; jMpphsibllity S'be daily,thrown every from in man, ; all d ;6rf1thy Korith t upon Whig proof this and :
any,law .which t _8hTteither'exlue ,:or. admit papers ; wchall r.ff If Congressv8hould; piiss 'an 'act embracing -i :pow to Jegiskleon &h snhJ t taJa1. .
: : true Democrat and lover of.his country. Questions 'continue to very:j> thus pIacing.tha .
:r s give more,Tjrbin time;to time t- qqeslion _tit :
S. slavery.. It.will thus'be seen, as'Mr..C .A T.QN ; ] th'eProviso'principle would he veto it. orS power.of thehcseLw5Territoreson
of policy which the Whigs at first carefully itibrder'toshow ursJ : terntortaljlegislat' ,.
the ould heJi
V' What'would
:.* has admitted in his' remarks(that the Commit- '.* i '.- -- way,t, i KJ plows bet the' "ortbi thesnghtto ':
.tr M
f IS I : eottteafed, they now flaunt in.the open.daylight tee instead- ; -compromising' I"i.th question" hSve .:A:rrespondent.of,th bC, .. .,Evening- man whom they have taken'for'their'stahaard t 4.or'1Pr9Jdbit the oDlCi owgya| .i
instead the Jl' '
bearer/ .of jh }
I ma so
: IjJ y infoxicatipnif possessing an availabilitycandidate News the tfor same should
gives following uancitracsfroma beexpouuej Jby the
:0" left it just where the South' insist it'should be, jeawjhasbeen* ) th'everypniar of theirparty I jadga w
one who is to..drag them. all''i ietlcFwritten Gw ''i & a righ! t4.ofr appeal l.tot
I I.\ thai, is, to be:dejtermiii#'y;.theConsYiIhtiomribunal ] .n, by I sinrtlus horn- ;; uMrfHASKELurwnUnswer: KegentlenumIf United States. It apr Court eftfc o.t
u.' 7:4"- "'
.: : /;f pWer,'but is net to possess a shadow'of it himself ,1 ina J-J : nl1 allotfnie first pnduiinteri-o wasvtflOTghM&rtUfctti, i
T ,and .notby--Qongrcs& If)he;BUI $ > a* j"T"j cf; frt nc..f"iq', lf1-!., means Congress: would avoid the Secies Jf Si
: u; *:>" :Yj < ? >
: to'hiiiiii &*' '
;ki tboy now .unhesitatingly avow their most .."JMy/ JJ1er.tJec1aratQ tho gatory : ,
hould'son pass/the President will un oubted.ly aift e only which iaciflgquestionlevingj* to besrtiSilj
i ';' v! : secret followers and which. 'f1ii.1''I h-.I-t"supbsea ifctf ifr ent he silent
v plans and urge .the.ir on to governme, ; now .repeatTha it is 1 op ratIo 'o .hft D8titutioriiWf
S appoJn .Territ ial'idge wh ieopini, p th'n f1 "gQl 't 1ig tieti 1D b.f ri : .1
(; their accomplishment. Another high Protec- -' t', c. sire .j': noit-my!purpose tqa<;eeptjfthe. Wfi g nomination ; and that in casevCongres3 shouldrefine'to 4,
.' : '' t he slavery .queti9u c I .: J .s"oyp on a Whig platformi-jr; any'platfortn but q u..J l dO1kiOt1ItiiidtJ.*here Ho answeritfVquestiori.1 ,, fouehnhe 'sbbiect rth*'cotii 1f
: i. : th4i'rarit\'tickhB'the J
ears of New England master I II r.'u.JJn:11a* 'w a 1ujL,1'i !'It crMrmsKkL tliIfe4
a should it come appeal beforejhe.Supreme whichi.basedjupon iowu.repeated h 1ding'cDJ twhere'bi'the
up.on U"iM i
t ,
I ; ::'; manufacturers.- Those who wish to revel in la ;, dI caP bn"the gentleman:tb rit",
{: *" l aborwaeretieant:: '
Court of t tes/it.is >i-jih *')ra! c.* < 'it-m 3 "'Peo'hfd.itt
ythe-United Isupposed _.J .u.u *: f- .i
< > -4 '
?r ; .; ::: (he'(Spoils of bthers,-those'who rejoice in mo- i8 torme'r d declarations" giver |I m aiaiaintseth '''On' 'tECother t0 :,:11'' .
to theieffecithntho WlnU .
from the fact'th&tfiye of the Judges'out of were : 11\&'Tli J:li Af. JJ Doe i1i 'f tTethan1'rci La'. '
l'I ; 'ge
? C should :
;- and. -
: f *. nopftlles .1r ti1r. grow. fat_on the. property : r& TTould ncTcr'lntcrfori'with Congress 1Ceni I7. ."f '!'' l< ongress ft.e h ii 6ibaPt't1t q
** < > t nine are, from the.South/w th'Judge} kj1 Ja r1tj I
p .' : -' :;4. "" -" *''- ', ;>i >'*") "'*> % ri-w* compromise' Iirie5of36''dwhich 30 nun
and i'V
:: 4iws ,orphans chuckle at the ; (Dortl'tC YCI
l ; thought from the North,' that our: rights stand t A ;fair upon. ,thcqicszon o. 1.1... ..luis'... theiinderatandbg '_ .. ,.>> : '; CTLttiE.. 'l'ibject 'because the gentlemand I *J:suppose. it'is not' eipected.that sbw i
I : f' : :'., of,a< new- Monster Bank'and,throw; their --f. th taisweine.; fut J and '
I ., up chance of being ackI ow edged., t. .' > which the Northern .ig:have of : a question labor ban be ifltroducodJorany6theettl f rf ,.
f '. : 'for the'"available" candidate their desirVa categbricaranswer1:'whether ,he- has s ment it will
as it be
; caps re'f''J And they shape'theirtae&ures accordingly. free to act as to its.wbde
We are gratified at this result of the labors of ; itIsfactoiyauthorityfor .
I ': : fuge front the sorrows of an empty 'and -< ;-c t? ; .-- .-. As'C! il.'CLAY hint :" Will thyingthat.Oezi. laya nd t.riot SJq'lIhall8eemfit.ltri'.t .
.. purse the Committee, ,for, we afro not now ,hampered thy r marine moat lor would'veto the'Wilmot Proviso? .. .4ftermanyconflicts of
I a,damaged reputation. Wild visions of Desperate '"' Mr.'HASKELL ; opinion, these fiHW i
count that evidence of inferiority efforts..to, secure.at freo'sqii.Congress. Has the gentleman authority th1l8,
by a compromise, generally .esF"ess ,.'were_ .snbstutiay 1
4:/ .. : less. sums of public money to be squand red L which has been 'brandedfor' ever .upon the _At a Whig meeting recently held in Dutches for saying' .as much, for'Gen.- 8Sl' "IHaninicr[. agreed upon.with great unanimity.j all the my a

'. : upon every,petty river in the West, delight the South by the.Missouri question "On'the:contrary county, N> Y;' which,.after'a full and.free inter- hammer."' "Mr CL| :ltKE. I understand 'that. we have:- b f-:9r: the'conjiuitteq agreeing to makeihsiq.- I
_ i : crazed i imagination of port, aiid: b (two of, them jfhVwiti
Whiggery and unfortunately (one from t'
been left change'pf .sentiment, reablvedto 'ansaer :
L L the question has :open to,be decided 'jt unanimously, iWUithe1gentleman'from'lTennessee .norii- and the.otherfrom:the.
>* j J' *rif south &
_ I ': '.: ''. turn the brain of those who ae adjacent by naturallaws and the Constitution.. .But support!Gen.-TAYLORj'a.;! number;of resolutionswere 1 '"Mr. HASKELL.. :' ['don't'' kno ,. : o( lafiD3\eri: rfeat 1r .,as.they digapproTingCJ undmtniiiL .1."
___ V.'t <. ,..:; '.e to the scene which is to be speedily visited with L for this'we are little indebted to the* North.On .- '. adopted,among which Is the following.'u:' tr. CLARKE' ;, Here' 'then sir,.is a Southerninanj'who' B By"prder. .thecommit tee IhaTC'prewurfi .

_- .:..I "golden shower. Plunder, monopoly,-unequal the'vote'being'taken 1 the Senate'to refer Resolved, :Th ***?**$ p ied to &ii'tcii.io forward; 9 has''Taylor.telling taken an'active part he in abnt.knowwhat bririgiug bill in acco rdance..withrthwe'yicFf' !l&, pr

J ', '..":. :; J taxation i ,is again to be the order of the day. this'question-to' 7"a S iectCommitteewhicIi-ff. 't -; *" ?, }*; ? *it ;:of SlaveTcrrithran d that the real friends would be the. course of his.us candidate.| :. tain'_importantamendments to the tingoh -

An "available" candidate is of Free Territory apdS sTibuld their'aidto '" blparticuIar1y so: far as ,it .correcmii
:::: to bring about this was understood would : some give c'M BAUELL. 'I can tell you'what'believe; defective description of the'
agree upon com elect 'candidates 'who? 'tl boundiriesIntbd
JII' !;; : new miUenium audits advocates pledg thelve'toe !believe'Gen:Taylor is opposed to the:doctrine .- T'
; ;.: : see no refuge bill.
but Northern b the .
promise, one Whig voted for it.- .gpyerned by wjll'of'the people5.as'ekpressed :: : S ,
of the Proviso:1":
:: I ,- :: to the'Democracy against the onward'progress by I do-noi eSP C sii*,?tbritrThiJio1.iyptlroposidoirwhich w
theirpresenti.tvres in
_ : Even in the.Committee. na compromise i could,be t'ongress on "Mr..J CLARKE. .Do.yoa believe he. would 1'etoin' '
: of victorious and his this subject to"preserve'frleeI' p tho wit'r'nllin C:1
White soil
:J; -f'. a general norse.j. agreed to which,:would.dispose of the questionin ,"' ,from'1 the .; >. pc11uggestwiil II

:t.. t .Humbling,-humiliating as is the reflection Congress.' -The:,Northern members wished threatened. evils', of' .Slavery.. .., ./" .,. .. ./'Mr.I1ASREtL, (in'his'scat) id n't 'knowJA. .- .s which!is'now prevent daily gi tion on thaW .i i 'If
4. spreading *
j.J .. .\...:,. that.it: deemed reasonable beings can thus be to exclude slavery '''from,, 'territory 'N 'rt.h of Still further. ,At.a meeting Held.in'Windham : laugh'} with the' noise of the :'hammer. ," and trytind .} tear 'dividing'it intd'gebgr tfirobgitlifl p fiSparties. .r a

_ ;.: led away to their own ruin by a dazzling but county--Vermont, the following las one of., .some 4 confusion.] 'Uthelissourieomproiijof3mmediately M .1
36)',degrees leaving'the .question undecided 1r.c1i..A .
RK.B resumed thathere,
t resolutions adopted:; v JO rain-should: :be
II :. : falaeluztre, we have yet that confidence in the ;gi itiitioiinw
the rest The :Vai and deliberate
: as to : Southern members in turn ,a palpable attempt toprac- I 'ra1se''th6' .
Resolved That
1 sound judgment'and intelligence of the people, proposed that in consideration prohibiting people," and, are. pjoed we are/for ui1ompromisingly, free soil for a free and L .tIS8"a' ,fraud'':upon the pebple'br the Soutn acoldblooded agitate: 8i.I"r as eveV, :'We know1 orepAr*tsATheyJwill : .

i for'the ,
r which foretells us crushing and overwhelming fraudj purposVpf reaching aftVr
North:of this! Bgitat- thVpaskoge
slavery lin.e;it:should be 'se 1red unalterably, to the admission of slavery into; ; 't ofpi1L
defeat of all schemes which based ppwer without'regard: to'principl Thejfdctwas : But this bill re ol esnh. ?
ILi are Territories free
upona to the South it. This now ; hndthat our of 5. ,-
% 9r. ;was, refused :by the support unmistakable; for the dtxslaration':was'now, tween the north and
4 : popular delusion. The village cur whose tail General Taylor fpfiktJPresidencyis in ; the south.into'a con !?'
_ North and. no compromise.could ,made. It a great; f'before', that his supp rt 'did1nbt"knoww.hfetHerrGen. tional ondja; judicial .
: & has been ornamented with tin kettle collects measure based uporihis PEEDGEto'respect and questiojf tailyastZ'
a / would exercise.the'veto!
:was evident that the Northern'Senators TaylpV men of all sections >
out' .
were 'carry ft mill of tKe people,on"rH1S'SUB- tQ/stand: by;>he .conat '
around him in his wild course all of his ; :fpic the rotcctiontinin6ritied.< Tlechalleng-: jon and :
species : suffer
S influenced by the ti slav storm JECTdai that to settle the femcfj.
a r1 which.was expressed, byiheir'fepresentatives.> of : "
follow and. howl in the exultation of the J. i / > -:* ,-, .>"" "<"!=" 1'- eI prbdubtion any..nidIi' or saying-,ofGienV.fTaylor'Jbjwhich"he its own'tranquil operatlbn. 'If the'eojisti
Jrho $
. .brewing around their ;borne,, .and dared..not::; .The Northern Whig.press, i* not viisil n1 ; :,stood'committed upon \ : settles the question either !wg .r

:. :'* P1omen, ,but.who disperseupon the untimely commit themselves to any. concession, however'; upon the personal t opinions.of sGen.>TAYLOR ,_ the question (a national bankj a protectivetoriff'disributiQnj'iridependeiat 'raibaV the 'decisionient:way their, et.lt % "
% .
J extinction of their.leader by means ofan unerring ;; '"or Li-f.Til
p just.. upon, this. po. nt. The.f. declare him.to be opposed treasujrV against' their: ancestors''who adopted: .' -1
brickbat Mere military is doomed "" upon,any.of the:great questions which divide rio bill td
renown Although it to be to the > : :: offefr 'jntroduce1s1av8l".7"'brsiona
seems. .. generally allowed extension'of slavery."f *
_. to the same -0 ; : that the Bill reported by the'4 Select.Committee The,following.,,is, one,9r..a.tho1l8&J1d, : similar. ; \"Mrj.X continued to' the,close, of the hour'S the southf'contend ?the"constitttUon' !

S $p .nation.An, will. meet the scorn and contempt of the will receive little or opposition. in the Sen-' paragraphs which fill the Northern Whig prints iriarts'u 1' .attention' :'of ,the'committee to'.hL e :i igbto'crsheirsves th'ere thfcy'wi: 11'i sjtf*

ate-yet; w6 cannot but say that we 'feeT as' but.. thich't1 ir e ditibreihn. f th6'South; r ? the! ;ominous' i d.,'unworthy 'silence -, tain- that rightr I/ji as.the north t'cont tf .1It
't* .
consideration to Southern 7 "1"k .II "d'\)'' T which was Wade to conceal all QTal6ipiikiii '
icaportint Den nearly
nstitution nen
.. 1t. -, Vno
._.. t.much in:the,dark and more.anxious t neh'1igh/1he7'Y'vindi '
: -- -4 < than.ever kecaihainetbojight.'i .1 i J' : '-{ !
h1chth ,
J 6pI iiowii 1
ccrats.t,8 .the new'parateJrgan tion which "T ate their'clai :.'AndjOregon-ln:
> No one can foresee:what maybe iiisjfate:in the ford,(Comuapt) ,say8at>hecioseofaaeSi i ahdd: :tiJ'heiolmo1r '" -< '* '1.
; once orgohixed as Teritor.wikoelect
c- ,is now.going on at the North upon the question House of 1 fJI'q' !JJb.'.'JJ. '-. w.9vtIfl .It"I1' 1: {tl N J '10m a ,; ] .tf .
Representatives, and whether the mater torial article upon Gen.TAYLORYW-fr.x n 1 their own legislitureapower "
<\.f a.'Ii' lh.rt > ;
p ofr Staver" The man whom the nation did 't' t '1 f :"i \ .1 H
I '\ .hall terminate' in'the passage'bf the Bill
: once delight to honor,-upon whom the Democratic .or. whether thewhole J questioVof j slavery shall i! who'hid.recently hatfa'Ibng o & J1T.ERIUXORlALJgOVERNMENTS 'X1f..T btyJbe'conferred, upon hthe! population ,f

t1r party showered its favors from year to l and inter iting conversation with iwo other Territoriesj f j': :. ;JI1 \o
be withtenfold GenVTaylor: .In'Senate. the 18th inst. Mr. STfnl : '
lighted up : iolence.OTer.the; ,, on CLAYTOif: : !
jeaTiJintil .it crowned him with the highestoffice ; 'LfBitcStiRwgeI ifafbrmed usUhnt'the old? !'nr l."v. '.-*;--t-4"t1* '-* t '* i" riv'i1ir' .t-IrioW sift'lave. theb nr'topotUamendment ...
whole pnion, canhot now be foretold. We hed1thelr presenting the bill eportedythe seiect nJ and substituefor .,
a tebUIrc
are ,
r e1iiaitiots to tiiicz"iso7 > '
: li the giR otthe'nAtion has turned '. >y ju'ivanii! .lv tif "-'< VA rr
13k. against .surrounded with imcertainty;'iu 'bur anxiety aamulJO' 'PJ :.8.t-i.-1.: lWfreew 1.1' ,w.org:" L .mittee. Dt ?,Tern tones.of,.Oregon'California, red t tbieiCt coiniitieetA bill to e

.1:: 4;; "Asj-i-has,proved. .a traitor' to his'tountry; M has,become painfully; }increased..: JTJ' 'proceedings : $&infPrmantIs5S rth i 'man, and 'and NeW'Mexico,!made the.>following remarks ;-' lilh! .th.ITtrl6 rW'(r &ifiuD.e. f''
: ; California and New "
8o-..ght''it8f8iBveranceandirttin.; MARTIN VAN of Congress.during the;,remainder ,of, the wasformerly'atesidentbfthi41city? tWheU M }Clir il1tt1l i bjt ts erart&ihithitte 3 with } Alexico. The eea. 'w1 !

: :.. Jtofctn; is.now the Wilmot Proviso candidatefor Bession'will thus become. the most intense .. ".,this J ...,i.,..alltru. 'J k .' !::.Sg li\_. falifthe; .' *eiofiufiuiited1eu1tyt-TJ e.te 4re.zu.jL they do all-becoming nOR ev thfiirjworjt modesty ,desire-tosa as perfect:,, I.J

s' :. d Presidency.: He opposes CASS upon thegroundthaV terest : ;. same to theSouth.. .The.triumph of Gen. TAYtb .tort$' f r1rhi hi m ; 'it js.the verysbest which underaIlAeelaingcirmtancs.oitheipcaiUothe7gr*

; there. shall be introduction, .. ..of ., r. Vill'b't e trlumph jf'Whig:ABolitionisin: were td-'be'brgdniied' embraced(In'irea. 1,044,4 \ ..
: '
I lav crj mtb. Territory where it'does not' .,now. ". CASEjOPiTHEgLAyE.CJEliA' ,..fj': .. '' frV-.t .t d.'---.y': ..: JH..i. ICUTTINGIT J 492 third square of'all miles Eqrop aboMt t pddipable'ofsustaiBing'sbbnerjor is lirgeas thaffaf bh'e-j l'i :liee able. ;to ProPtlesoatS twTpeal.qr ,4

: 2'a '.- J.istOeD CASS ..lias .distinctly declared that The Sheriff of Duval county has handed to us!' RICH. I lat'r..:popmUtioh'of'' afrDigIity;; 'em'longing .wh ch they assistanceitocorrect mayiJjaf e inadyextentlyti&; a yLerr*&

I :: e1iress1a no Bright 'to interfere 'with this! ; ( 1 Ucition'thi1oU Wl i" .. -,_: We r4.t.were. i-i'considerably'1'H amised some" time 1'1h i Itin1id difficulties 'nesarfl7 be I lt'13ith, : hrtn toph.:m1ec nletitt I ,-
fei. : feeently .i 'cJJ fIH'n'I' a large
\ ; 5'"' -.' g..proc Tt. jW bfii 1 iu i6 to'such' organrzatioi 'weM increased
:: ; i 4qiatta'nt aiyMd that he. will veto', biitProviso. i ).J-j 'I tj4t '..Ii J .l! r &p the committee. tbatby.tbe paasegcoU4
any \j
.HUt'J'f'f '
: i receivedTfrom the.._ Governor. .._ ., .aiad.whidi. .: whichpurpotI 9anztract4puft1ette: ; lH I"J: 1 ;bV niture'an'd'' r r tth i Q the.saety jhe Vz.ionill

'NSJi. co po jth8.Wi1mot VAJ; respites .the, execution of... he ; negro, .woman: received ftrdm'.Taiiahasseer. is 1 j 'rn ? :t tln' th f4f i'.hrenq'ol'hA'J W\ the reach of ] b&pIaeOJ1 the .,
Jt ;agitation. and. that
as follows q
.Bt7EtwiU: .vetoanyBul wbich does ; 1
not die: 'convicted' to bo introduced by the'tit niioiil tt1' natl E4 '
: CeiiA'/4 manslaughter at;the last:, ; E.tnst'ja'IthJr "1Talt A and... the.. nly.questfon1 thiChnot "
l.s ,
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; & \ ; the lnitedStatesoWsovastfa' ''
y.tTclade 'from tutioft and3lawa( pf : .1.
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4 : new ant : O'b" .t
.-. Territory .Circuit Couinn' this countyV'ahd sent d'' '.1 "All' tbcfiightrr e' withiconfii .?9 Da'erl e ..0V" :. .1 ..
: ... au'I. > ., ,.nc... _.,.ty .ip tkink> \buntry.44:*"WJ fatot' at 1' 9Th'eoitt J t* : J t wwrSr'&MV& S
iirt'i ;
Ji{ $ ; .thepoliticaabol1tioiw: : 1hH!< ; ma.t foreer.; t
qt- *y- th \qupg. :o :1 J1 xh. t I dencew&balI.:tatty Hhit.8tate.Tberegn1A 4 :! ., ; dd! i ie r tmMi .t1 1'jlii14 u ''. '.'- .. ._'P L. 'tAl.. i$
: ; .? jiflor: ppor GCD..TATLORTCfUS Os .day until noon of.the 22nd September.next*iWe dembcraWwU'1 T y,. w,> lJ"oii< MJtnii.f?q h"' qOtlmi'd di'u ad" fftliselemb S r 539 h. 141 ": -.---\,%i*\, f -'*;- -;V 'i-3.j-**,-*-* illintcftO'A ht4""

UL; -to:express ony.opbion whatever, but'says that forbear comment uporithc Q proctddings in this1 have:let our new eorinfagtyiaieddrit' 'townirwn \trith'iiJ gtb ti1i ;Ui lJ wtf* '&& U/C YMm'T YLOB.8'i Vil
$, & ;' -TKeJelid hasmad.al\t their leaders touesoluionand t t".f 1," ; '1,
'it Is n&tt which he willleave altogether ju ,1ndeftigabl&'zplrIi i dl/'jihe' tii "Mf :
to caW Ira anon !
Utl.A.t t.'lr ;"'i h-- j: ',r. '.r! ," : .>, horrible*; but' ,5t:; rtmjthe5excittd, state of pull with us.f They are'cdm&titin l *iu ft t< J. 3. ZiW
e 'PIlPllt 'N.
: t'VQ lIeT1I1 uN no
-i .-.*? L-, 1"ID IAI.tb- .e.z.i feeling intcn4bspirit: of 'ezulta ffrg&i floi 5aJSWa7?:cannoe carryttbefrani IC'due;in'jastice.Mo each t'and eterV Di l of hW .X S' ; .-ql 1 .

; i4: rcue of veto Weljil1Je tweea.thwe three tion which has already toinlf tei itselflmon' Ir and. &<. .?jDm'otra&Wiirb ibfb'nniteditndln ll <'- i'T that iinldst alliheirlbni'con* 8iULCk&X1tO4HOZACtG Li::.?"'ah.'JaII.. 1)'

EA: positippi there i* but"flt :tHat.tbe South cm the colored-people; of,ihiii ptict'andi ] twelefBpnth1r wi shSttbirAbt*itf thank :t iic cf1 ri U 'Qj il : i t qdarrelbn-th: scoreloVHEii TQft.irV |f''pg.It
neigh Cft4sGierat.U.W .
\. (; MiW"aD.tO ti+; b.l5? piierilTcoidthd 61. t mithi be hcalfflg up under the wfluso e oftU'.rw

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: ; matt with;Sohthemprinciples .The.4I..J r 'r: k of led4 \Jj Jt' .1 ."
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; 0 iTaeferTarubEtt U"1ftititt ihp'WVaat .th Uw which'makea '. '.,,'
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pfi1qu8tioD5 treaaocablfirSpeech orwriting ttI
'Pronto and pJeigedts'o'miy'fiak' JRJ Oih.Oti13ii : itU1.1U
Proviso Bitt." act. / a felony isMr.fltchefl1beedItkiftbeljnitcd true .. 'H <, i1
'will not veto a Wilmot .H"t., -: -1 r- -_ ,* 'I ; : CIIifltJza'ot:1hW.J1: pabU'c _;_ nh4oet t
"t''t. \ I.
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.'. _$ D. : "'- -.' Irishman, who, .onthe, I3ti of May, t t
t1 'V
1-arftat sx and evidcntly.Cothe* tQ-thtf : -(' .iIr p-'OIderpfdtl 8f'eawar : ? ; T ;
committed IWO '
OrLATEST to i column
. ; ; 7 1u Newgate. ; .. tt' Itbiec : rf'.if tt.ti' .ftU
: the nOM EU1iiE. U1 :
"The triumph of. Whig .1 f r:
-csiOD. -, '*J"', -. ',,, ., .. .,_._ 'h"lo' JA) ./OA6 '.ot
:) ,. e 5 1pUg12e3UfledtO. 1 it ) tl.jo, L'1 &II mi': ; "r' ";' -:-' -." I!. .t tte' country, thtd1ih 11iiratlotis i ;J r { < kl 1 1. i !;

tIIii 'Wheels of pro-slavery I"x11L'P.O.'Ky The.ateaffisbipjNUgarft brings rull i vI if'o. u frankly! that t fcr jdne am;notIoyaQ41 fft1Gr. ,,'. .d. .ctel, M" 4. lfal"&WtMj-l" M'actIongtowi1. ',t.'ht ".F w .'
ef lars the.laU. bloody rebellfon ant not weddedjtojt&e Queetiot1ng" ,- q-, r'J. : I '. r 1Whfi < J
1848. which .
; June28 of Paris 1l;
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t" J. c47.
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land .t.t.iW: ,A"'I4 t. ,
.) has the'scene ,nor.unalterably attached"to the House-,of ; ., fr j .
had time been wg. IT
hare some
.:As yon : \ rl'tk ., itei4..n.
GI > Brunswick fact 'I love : .
Jn better '
I barn -. _
-iLLa 'eD01..nU as myself and B l'rll"t hesita- The difficulty,commenced. t.through some misunderstanding than';I love:that,touse., ThetiineIslongpsstwhen.Jehoyah yOW : !A sltgUstateaeat like the" ftiiowiag f ought >.t.II 'thftt.c. .fi". .a.l.i'tt4. ." r '..

or not to go for the regula Whig of the to be a sufficientinducement to cue ,. ..1-.. i .
.hether few mayor Armand Marrast. anointed. Kings. The thing any suffer- I bwnh1ATownihip ''Cltir-ai{ ,. V I
1& will allow tne to suggest a .irt "
1&0.,: .you consideration. We are bothrtigfrew in an.interview with deputation'. from a body has long -since.grown' a 'monstrous'.imposture, ins withdiseased:longs to make a trial;of Wl> three a2td &hatJtour. l Jt'ehl7aI1T ', ; : '..

:: f r of insurgents, who demanded the'resignation and:has already, in,,some civilized'countries, tar's Balsam;;aiidtest'; thrir \ 'd '_-t. .,,.. ,I'
the time. We 19viru1n\ : iJ.
to present of the own
youth up members of the i
Provisional '
been '
i. Government. detected and.drummed out accordingly.- '.'' > : .. J it .. t
then if we should think proper AtIP' ,On Thursday night' barricades I wf.Jre'erected modern king,.my friends,l is..no,mote like an casei? "fi k'u .t Jl l'lJ L4' JJ. -" l kDt ninet-tii4fr mee 4id r 1. ) \

arers 'to change our party alliances, cannot throughout th&ctty*," The rapjpel was instantly ancient anointed,shepherd of the people, thanan' FLOEXNCX,Oneida CoNY, Mar;1846. one to.&1rent1.i I1tJuI, .: ;. .

Q.. hi; with deserting our first lore fork beaten, and the National Guards called out. : archbishop's apron is like'the!.Urim and ,. ,>Ir;8.W.;Fowle,-.Dear'Sir: X.take pleasure t 1 Ofli thIrtzfonr and&tM k t-

aotive than because Xhe Whigs cease1e.yortb10r The insurgents ied"that" portion of the city Thnmmim. There,no divine. right now but inst&tingto you my experience the use of 1 *! ttnahIp; th1rt7IYeai&4 1rty.I bI ,,bZtioff

: farther alliances. That you about the Faubourg Antoine and threatened in the sovereigmieople. WistarirBalsam'of.WM(nerryj",**s* *" "':M. o ne, townebip ttntyownih1p.tenty. .Thp
Q what to do in the present emer ,the Hotel de Ville. On Sometime in February 1845.1 was attacked twesmt4o. (uipses4 < .
a d llesiu.U Faiday the fighting be- "And for the:.'institutions of the country, I 1Te
** t.fo ahl. -
at the subject of Slavery Extension The : with a difficulty of the' 'which 'f eD'1..IN
1 when gan. insurgents were at first successful loathe and despise them; we are,sickening lungs. brought me tcrirDahi .' ri.au
Z' immediate,action,is to me a source Laaartine rode with in appearance the brink of the .. _..S.ttrtpa". and t. ftbr:: .0. ( .
for .out General Cavaignacand dying of these institutions fast:-they are consuming graft }Icon* &iUI & rt1_....,
Ere and hope rather than of pain orUeas staff, and was conspicuous his endeavors us like a plagut' degrading us to'paupers suited those who were called skillful pnystebhij! l .. ". "Ji.l. Le'_ '- n' j .1'- ",

I *r.r& 11 us, then, seethe to restore order. in mind, body and:state, yes making our who pronounced my case incurable. My friends tat eei incluaint.1ntl. Dbe'to t 1

1br. :first vhce.fairness requires Northern : It was at !length found necessary' : to"use the: :very souls beggarly and cowardly. They area night'did not expect to find me alive In the *eyen inclu4j Ud&tlf; JCt&h1ftr-tou.to.t1rt;' ;; t..

teJ. ni&S to W for the Nomination. The.friends artillery; but. at:,night the emevte had: gained :failure and 'a fraud these'''inztitutlonsfromnthe morning.*:I was induced, as a last resort;to t" fin 1 1htiiT-aix lii shlp tienttjyo,thIrtj ; ,

If ta1lor wished to run him as an independent' ground and strength. .On,.Saturday the Assembly topmost crown jewel to the;meanest detec 'Wistar's Balsam, and after'taking. the first bottle t UwnshIpLwentyth ( zid'. .40 ; i:

iOk' { 0jdste; but no, said you and I, if a "Whig, .declared itself enpernenence. The.Government ; tive's.notebook,there is no soundness*''in them I felt great '.relief:. I:.continued to,use Iii sand ix indnsnejofrajfg thint:1bi1t except&a..bn- 'Id ,11 "
ultra Whig let him come into the and God"and after taking four bottles considered .t hi.
.resigned; the executive man are weary of'them"ThCU'Jast my 2 Fractional
II supreme ..townxhip '
!d'o.o' bat CoAt5 ti and stand or fall'with the Whigs.1bi.brd11 authority was given to General Cavaignac, who hour is at hand ; and I thank God that I live self cured; andTor:the'Ian year'I,have bad no' testern tiers- 'Satin,&weall1b."f In 'to I; t'', 1:

. htj be possible that you wished to declared Paris in a state of seige. the days when I shall witness their utter downfall occasion to use any ,medicine for the lungs,and fi lJ1d & Ji tbtdUf ti 1btt P iity.

"ieto bring 11 into counsel to DESTKOTCS! Personal The whole day, with the exception. of a little and ,trample upon the'grave:of'the"mostportentous believe myself entirely welfc( ;. ;'' _'T i neflftn.Indasiieand tj 't U, If

die' then requires I9U to support 'Talor, while.during:a .thunder .storm, was '!pen in the'grandest,'meanest, falsest,.and. [Signed'l v; All 'GBILLfiT., t t.c.t w it.r.a m.iDc1lUiy8j Ia' tjts:t. al; )

'... ul'! he Republic manifestly would receive fighting, which was attended''with. great'blood cruellest tyranny that ever deformed world.' For".. ., eale and retail,by, .; -', 'i twPn'7J ?f DgtHltif ?t! I .. .':. 't ,.
to ... .
detriment by your fidelity pledge8.- shed. Towards night the became awful OHOLME&U4 j
scene !
; 5My friends, the people's sovereignly.; tile, 'tOwDahtpa tThsdft1 Dd 1iriit" :
s. Can we beat Taylor and Cass with troops were in from the : ._ 'Jacksonville,:F.A btrup 1
1D Je& pressing .departments, land, and sea, and,air of.Ireland, for the people' thiit7jL ;' tJ .
IOU candidate? If we can 'think the: and the'contest Was desperate.. Ireland I And by Druggists generally. throughout the At-e'1 CHBdj&fa j'S .
free of ; this is the gospel,that the heavens United ., m_\ui ir' ;, :
e'ta of the age requires us to insure The President of the States. "h'h vIJu1,29 ,on Monday the '
peat question Assembly, Sunday, and the earth are preaching, and that all.heartsare twentythirti Ha? bfM.t- !
, certaiDt1, ADd not trust nn' uncertainty.- announced that after a frightful sacrifice of secretly burning to embrace. Give'up forever .- next, for,the disposal of the riubllfi lah&.i' t'2 _,
fllGuhould elect the man who will VETO ALL life the Government had MARINEINTELLIOENCE; ted within dieti1tde1tnentIaed '
4* completely suppressedthe that old interpretation yon, put upon the WWIIs1pS. Io r
iWh uri JBXTEMIOK. I think you will believe, revolt on the leftbaukof the Seine,and that word 'Repeal. Repeal is. no' movement'; it is parts ottownshJpsi to,wit: ,- \..l ...1
I PORT n8outhtof
that 'THE TIME HAS ROT YKT COME.- Gen. Cavaignac had those the OF. JACKSONVILLE.. JULY sARRIVED. -
tith me, given on right no sectarian movement;it is no money-swindle, the ti11"ri r "t
.1 defection, then on our part will enure to I side until.10 o'clock to surrender. The fighting nor Eighty-two' 0'- Wlinmeriaian .. -
delusion .
II benefit of Lewis Cass and to the injury of Z., however continued all nor. puffery, nor I : '1
the day. '
111in [.,lor. Jfowhowever" much denounced, lam On Monday Gen. Lamoriciere arrived with play Connellism, nor loud nor sounding Mullaghmast inanity green of any cap sort, stage got July 27.-Schr. Washington.. Ne.York.. two T'h the t"o east Wiei half of tiei t&itfoqla.t p lt
tkeXcssca &. I know no morality ba- Pusenger-Egbert"Poi zett township three'and
reinforcements and after 10 hours of terrific : town
0r more for or It is the tf.
up any mons profit praise. :
other VKINCIPLE than to look: CLEARED. ship (except tie eastern'ti.bf
sed any slaughter the Government SationtA 2t" .
upon troops were entirely mighty passionate struggle ,of a nation hasten-
and of all the cir- July 25." H. of range toree' ;r ? -
jnraadTpu MAKE THE BEST victorious the either Brig Kellock. Kellock. Boston. / *L :
being ing to be born into new national life in the r/\
; Township tw
itt which occur. Any other principle Paasengers-aptCongsr and Miss (except Sections one
tMBsUncca slain, scattered or captured. which unspeakable throes of all the and lady., ;Kipp, -twelre ;I
parts, f ujelonve and Sections
in the of the bad-the andMr.'Wheelock.July :
the power On stonteefL
good all
Tuesday signs of resistance had disappeared f
pots powers and elements our Irish existenceour .
"ari4. Jennmlons in the power of the unscrupulousthe -. together with other evidences of dis confederations our Protestant 25.-Schr. D. C. Foster, Canfield New thirty'and tum3-oDe.) &*5 Tsix r-. 1."1.JW1v7' t.
repeal associations and
It in the power of the unjust. first, then, order. Over five thousand prisoners were taken our tenant-right, Yor1t.It ,1" -"w **>/ sne' in tairnship three. "..ncJ frs.Uoiial \
societies our clubs t .
at* Mtomea. Taylor is slaveholder by birth and a commissioner has been appointed to, cliques, and committees, amidst conclusions owhip ddarLdtrafo tr'e ( e&tti6 thrit tow .11 11
4a&-Cass a slaveholder TOUTICALLY by those who t'\ -For sale by d .
w ud try were arrested under arms. enough and the saddest jostling and 4
td* CHCCUTJOS. Which is the better man ? I[ The insurgents, and especially the women, all are inevitably tending however unconsciously jumping, July 22. ,A. V, REED. Township. flirw and Wuf, afad irattlosal i t
to five of "
How do stand committed 1- wnsnp range ft,. f- f"o
"' T'Ilor. they had treated those who fell into their hands with .
lit 7 to one and the same illustrious aI-not' < .
b Tjlor says nothing upon the subject of SlavcTJ the most cruel barbarity. The'1 hands and feet local legislature-not a return to 'our ancient FIlOWNSEND'a SARSAPARILLA fresh Township five,:of range six.1 N%:,, t :;!...

bat claims Washington as his model and L of some were cut off, and others tortured in constitution'-not a golden link or a patchwork "X supply just received' and for sale by, Township&*ions nine, of range tweivei ,: f t f.

u. declares ia favor of the supremacy of Congress. every conceivable manner. [Our despatch at parliament or a College green chapel of case to July 22. _A., M.. BEEP.MEN'S Sections twentyitHree oneeleveni twelvej! thirteeaifbarteeiii JJ1 J

. tau hold that Congress cannot legislate against this point, is somewhat abrupt.] Saint Stephen's-but an Irish Republic, one and" Section twenty-seven indtehiB; f4i

L the admission of Slavery into new territories The loss of life in this affair has been tremendous and indivisible. .AND BOYS' Kip BrogansWo and thirty-foar, thirty-five aad thirty- .,1 :
at ind of course must VETO any bill r com BITING; and is estimated at between eight and L 'Seal Brogans. Received"'by brig townships eight and nine; of raaM* : i '

ed in IJnO>UCTI0N. As men, then, Taylor is ten thousand. Six deputies andfourtecn general "I will speak plainly.' There is now growingon U. Kelloch and for salt by, *. v"'.- thirteet.The ... j) ..,i
the soil of Ireland wealth fraction bf seVen.
of and
tor Cass. Sow to Who a grain township situate weak ; ',
preferable as parties. officers lost their lives in the struggle. The July22. h A. AI .1
roots and cattle, far than of the Sttwannee *
more to suStain river .
: Till be most apt to tand for Liberty, the Whigs Arch Bishop Paris was ruthlessly shot dqwn I bfrange fourteeW 1- &
their ? Let Texas I Let in life and comfort all the inhabitants ofthe lands appropriated I>y 'law'for.the use'oT .
w opponents epeak while approaching insurgents in an endeavor Bacon Mackerel,Butter, Lard Pilot .
Mexican War speak Let the ultras of the to restore island. That wealth must not leave us another PORK Cigars. Smoking Tobacco schools military or other purposes;will ,1#'u- i:1' r ,
' peace. pperi the: .t
rtt Let those who in year-not,until every grain of it is fought from sales: : t
; speak openly avow ; ; &; Just received by :Brig H= Kelloch f
Contention 4>*Uof Mexico! and Cuba,apeak!- TIlE REVOLT IN PARIS. for n every stage, from the tying of the sheafto and for sale by .... The offering of:t&e-above'mentioned 1sd4 i :
will be :
the'loading of the ship. And the effort necessary eonurielieetl' tHe day,spcIate aDcI .
Jgiinsuppose Lewis Cass i'resident, And a bill .JuJ, 22. A. M. REED. i.3 (
a.a. come up lor the ad.mission of New Mexico into FUKTHEE PARTICULARS. to that simple act of preservation .. ... ,. ., proceed in';the order in whlch.tAeT n'.afti. t ;\
the Union-or its constitution into a Territorial CoL,Thayer,'one of the richest proprietors in will at one and the same blow prostrate British .- tis4witk'flf: boefiIer1t;dl4patth adlIWr;

Jt.g tJorernment-and a majority of Congress put Plris has been wounded. M. Pierie Bonaparte dominion and andl rdism together' It is but I ADIES'Black Filet Mitts Long do.Sewing whole shall have been offeIri&thel. 1, .

im is the Wilmot Proviso, will they stand out son of Lucien,had his horse wounded bya the one act volition.., tWit. resolve but''to L4, ailkdo4MiesRose 1hread-laceBut.' thus'elosed/ "Bat no"tale :shall fee.Sept open ( ."1

iguast the Executive Veto-and claim "Free ball by the side'of M. de Lamartine During live ire make our country a free and sovereign tons; Bobbins Checked Cambrics White Linen longer than two Greeks, and nd trivate esitiiii 'r \t>
11t the of the Lamartine state. Drill Swiss Edging;:Figured Bobinet Mosquito anyof.tht.lahdfllSbo: sbnittbdunt11sft ,I 1,"
11he toil or No Soil F Let the vote on Texas au- greater part day Accompanied .
aver! Suppose Taylor President, and such a General Cavaignao to all the scenes of: "Will you not gird up 'your loins for this Net8heU 8ideCOmbs Dressing do. cbildr&a the expiratJbh of the twof *' i Jh<}#.. i.! If'<

Ii kill up. will not the whole Whig party of the the contest.It great national struggle and stand with your Neck do; Gents L.R.Cottou'Shirts Bleached Given under any Kind. at the City of.Waia : :

iz Xorth and some large portion of the South say was estimated that not lesS than, 120,00p countrymen for life and.land? WiI1yo;the and Brown Shirtings Osnaburg Peniss,and ingtiqi,this thirdj j'dal' ,ot July' ,anno,Deaiaioneousanil ;.

' Free Soil or No Soil f Let the past answer of the ouvriers and the dregs of the population sons of a warlike race-the inheritors of)conquering Stripes; Pantaloonstuff,&ou;&c.t -. eig !1J clnc, !'. .. .r". 1d bij
)1t I of Paris memories! with the of freedom (:: Just received and for sale by .i J 1j" BytheI'rca4 -- ( .
: also. From Gen.Taylor's pledges. believe that and the banlieu were gathered togetherin arms : ." : ,;,< -/" "; .;" ;

; :ke could not interfere by Veto; for unless the the desperate attempt to make another revolution in all your homes' and relics of the:gallant' Republicans July;22...th.' .*..": '.' A.tJUmD' ..;,,.., ."-\ 1. n.t1} .:;:!; ;; '! :3AM8L.P9Lt:.; .ii,

ti- hw be unconstitutional he could not interfere.But and recover the mastery.M. + of 98 for ever before your ayes-will I "RW1IABpD3LIOUNGrjt .1't"; t
rtbe with all the acts this Government in favor Amadee Thayer has died of,his'w 'nnd you,stand folding your. hands in helpless -loyalty v'AtI.latstrators'RoUee- I ftM.Giitirtll.. fi/"S. ; i';'"J 'i"r

. of Slavery Restriction, as ably set forth in He was the son-in-law of General Bertrand,.the and' while every nation in Christendom is I THE Subscriber,wfll sell,4 by'puWio'sale;at li. <.. '

.'. the Utica Address, with the lead of Washingtonand friend of Napoleon: seizing its birth-right with armed hand,'will I e on Monday,the fourteenth: NOTICE 'TO r :lM1 N'1 ;1"

4 Jefferson, I think there is a moral certain- The insurgents who were in possession of the you take patiently your rations of yellow meal, day of August:.iiext 'ensuing, the: Goodi and Eevery person:entitied-;,th*right ofipremption' ( .
ofT tj that he could not veto such a bill. But.suppose Halle aux Vms poisoned the wines, with ;the, and your inevitable portion 'of.'eternal. 'eon- Effects of the lateTJobertG.Livingston, consist .to'uof&be: wiUunxtaa tqwo- I'Z :!

. he did: would not the triumph. of the view of destroying the troops'and the national tempt ting of a Law and Miscellaneous' Library, and ships and parts of townships above ennmeriUediis : '"

Of Whig party with its FREE SoIL PKKSTIGK be guard in which they succeeded. : If this be your determination,-Protestants of OthereffectstTertnsinade,. known on the day required to establish the same'to, the sstis&e- '.. fl YJr
Ulster then DUke haste sign addresses of loyalty of sale.. JAMES .A..PEPEN Adnrr.- Lion of tha.BegisteJr..zd'b -: .' .
Ofy wore likely to summon true men enough to Arrest of an Aid-decamp of Charles X.-It T""O&I
and of confidence in' Lord 22 1848. 2t Land Of ee and-make I\!
Clarendon and July .payhifintrtherefor '. :
loot the wheels of pro-slavery action than the appears certain that Count de Narbonne for J 'or :
result would be under protest, with that other lord your unalterable soon as..pract wile. after seeing,tHia/notice and .
Tae cune likely to occur mer aid de-camp of Charles X. and his servant : :t' "H.
attachment to 'our venerable institutions! Dlnrshal' I ; .before tHe day appointed. for the'inmeuthetlaImedsOiilbe ""
'1 tHE: riETT WHO CLAIM TEXAS AS AN ''ExTEJIIOM arrested behind a barricade in the act of dis- .. .
virtue of two Executions issued out of 'f.&L- -
JOHN MITCHELL. men public "r1''d
T' 1i.1't
OF Tin FuntUXJil ? Such at least BY embraeici
: AREA OF ribnting money to revoHcrs had both been S '
the District Court of the United States for ""
-' are my conclusions, honestly and maturely armed shot in the gardens of the Luxembourg, by the rt .
the Northern District of Florida and to me directed forfeited ,
h i.p ft ..ram-j .
at. On "the questioiF of Slavery, whichto country national guards. Forty.fourotber prisoners From the N. O Commercial Times, 8th inst. and delivered, against Arthur Burner, BlCtf ABD M. YOUNG r> '.
me is the most vital of all, however much 1 were said to have been put to death.on ,. .. .1f'
MEXICO I have levied and shall sell at public auction C Nfl S ?
upon, of the ; eraji4
be denounced I O
t. r inconsistency Taylor the Place de Greve. In the t
BUT of '
I. many, I in front of the Court in) the of d \j
House' city July g' 1848j '
a ,the slaveholder is infinit ly preferable to Cass. Paris had not' itneSsed such a scene of slaughter Plans. of the Revolutionists.. WideSpreadDisaffection I i Oib& _",.r. 'ij J11'F
between the hours of 10 a.m. and2pmnoftbe L
i- Respectfully.your obedient servant, since the massacre of St. Batholomew. of ,the. Troops, frc."We :.received Jacksonville "Tn Oollcctbr"JL l .

C. M. CLAY. Decree of Transportation on.he insurgents. yesterday, b,. one.of the ,arrivals f1om Vera first named Monday-'September>next: mHBlI idmi '&"CoIIectorfbr Duef S;.
and her :
. files of the Monitor of the of Mexico a Negro Woman Peg or Peggy, i\\
. Cruz ,city : < '::
The president has proposed the .Connty-lfercby gives notfcellat Kewffl
Assembly a two children. ROBERT-MYERS Marshal
up to, the 24th ultimo; inclnsi From thesewe i attend t.J
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f ,
law -L *
MORE OF THE_ WHIG PLOT. project of pronouncing transportation on all learn that the party of.Paredes is graduall; By his Deputy-; G.HuamsaxYS. < > i.0 ,-.. f
persons taken with arms in their hands,which .i r.\Omee tt. At Calvin Read's House, Maiidaiih,-on Mcn j
sr We give the following extract from the Address had been adopted. The families of the -acquiring strength, communications having /C da24thJuly 1 t :;' r l f
convicts 22
'7li of the Ohio Whig Central Committee which will be allowed to go with them. The proposal been i..de to the Government of the defection -S.Augustine ,July ,1848. 1 At LawrenceRjraii';j fo sp: St Jo'kn'sBeacI: 1fi. Jon
of various detachments of the divisions
earnestly calls upon the Whigs of that State to passed unanimously.It the Wednesday2OtliJuyiustAt 7" -H'\1'
a- ; is stated that Gen. Cavaignac has summoned insurrectionists,under the command CbL John Broward's House:,Cedar t
TAYLOR and FILLMORE on the ground of Generals Yanez Minon.. and Bustamente reet !c
support / # t.
on Friday 28th inst '* '.
his July
11fO to councils M. Thiers, and the newgovernment > .
The Monitor of the 24th contains the of: .J : ql', t
that he is in favor of the Wilmot proviso will plan At Richard DIllsHUi
placed under his
probably arey'rery 'J
did Paredes given out at : the 17th] )1lt,
Guanajuato on ; I. .
It would doubtless hare been more consonant direction I on MoHday 31st J linst.J *** J )

to the feelings of the Whigs of Ohio, had a candidate Number ttzkm.-.Qn nit,'and signed by 300 officers of all ranks. In At DarUng Prescbtt7s Sttre. Clay Bill:ba ..1 p .
of prisoners Tuesday evening nAt
the event of the successor the reTolutionary'movement" I II Tuesday 1st '. .
ir.H been selected, whose residence and associations I August: .
every remaining symptom disorder was they have decided in adopting WilliaM :
Thomas m
have inclined him ttbuse
would to
naturally TKomirrille.'oh'Wednesday
if'II' suppressed. Up 'till that time the number of articles, which are'to be the fundamental basis tRESIIIENTOPTm : ? -l
y-TUE 2nd Atfgult. T *
jree with us fully on this subject. Ills residence .T :.3* *
and associations however, have not prisoners was 6000, but every hour added to of the new Government. In these, it is stated UNITED STATES '1 At the Court House,'Jacksonviller da I-, ;

of Blinded General Taylor,to the evils of the institution the Tuilleries number.and the.The'prisons National Assembly the cellars were of gorged the- composed that National of two Convention members'shall from be each summoned.State, t In .pursuante Of Irttv I; JAMES,.:K:.: Saturday and Monday th4tn, M and'Friday 7th. August t\1 i i l't. r

U4 of slavery, and the moral depravity of with In the POLKPresident bf ihtfUttit"ed'Stateso.tme.ri i .. ,"
prisoners. Conciergerie 1500 within five months. This convention shall :
examine For the of f f
ill extension. On the subject of slavery extension confined in The purpose receiving tHe Taxes assessed ;;t r
m were tin open court. indignation and decide on the treaty of peace lately iij d hereby declare dnd rriake for Revenue bf the State for'
the views of Gen. the
Taylor are freely cxjJreEe& -
ho : of the national guards and the inhabitants made with the United States. In the interim sales will )held'at year .J:
in his approval of the sentiments contained knownthat: public be 1848, andifor'taking the Census allwhUe
JBre against them was so intense that it was with the the Executive shall be composed of three or .ti LandUfiice8Jnthe children::,between the tit JfI
und rmention six and
in the following extract of an editorial the ages : eighteen
utmost difficulty they conli be saved from sum- be elected or1t, if H
five individuals
to formed
by.junta Id .
; years accordance with'a law
article published in the Cincinnati Signal, of STATE 'oF'FLoawA at the periods ; sedatthe "!
mary Tcngeance.Paris from each State. This ; ;
by a deputy speciesof last Session of the General >
1u April,S847 and sent by the Editor to GeneralTaylor Assembly of tfaiit '
I was to be continued for some days longer Government ad interim shall be vested with hereinafter designated, Id tvit : State ? u A. A. '4"

ien ."The only path of safety for those who may in a state.authorities of seige to in disarm order the to:'enable the plenary' powers to levy. men and munition:o At tHe i land offifce'at NewnansvilU;commencing Tax Assessor thQ Collector for CARQVA Dora_Ca} a 1'(1'lr

Tierafler fill the Presidential office, is to rest in military portions of carry: into effect decisions otthe'CODTention ,on Monday,the,ninthof October next, for Jacksonville,July 15th, 1848. 4t, ;
:19r the capital which were the centres of revolutionaxiddisorder the be ;: ;ftft
of will
The property Clergy religiously lands situated within .J-- .
theu.siottbepub1ic -.4. "
discharge Executive functions and let the 1
3 :
1i' legislative will of the people find utterance and respected. .iParedes the-itndrinentioned. :,townships;"and,parts of '1.x'' DAMBg1iJ1dnyiUe "- t. *5:'s g

enactment The American people .are about to ;Startling Dic1o res.-The Government, it is found a large sum' of money in the1 townships:: ,:1.. I. N 'ST 'onaTwt'i' .A' ,st.A'. ;r. :ll, 1

assume the responsibility of framing the institutions said, was'quite aware,for some days previously; mint at Guanajuato- ,* and, "has,, appropriated. South of the baseline, and east of the V principal- !. T tie1st- tine,- -JU.64N"i5Wr'c"r c.r.\:tt.,.
that the insurrection was'ab his about, of July and remain
jli of the Pacific States. We have no fears ut to break out. $600,000 support nrm1. 'f.i..l; Meridian." ; ; '
for the 'and the Minister of War consequently gave or The Monitor says that'Paredes has sought to < then about.two weeks j afterwlilc intends .f"
ll" 4ht sue if the arena of the high debate is. ders for a4fresh. pIyuttroopsbeingsent to unite the Clergythe'Army, and the PuroSj in ITh6 fraction oft *riahip seven(wtuated east to spend two or three months in the np'per per* .i ;

assemblies Halls. of the people and their representative the capital which orders were to be transmittedto hostility against the Government.with,a:new of the Suwannee rim,.(except Sections, o&%eleven tion,of Georgia.! Persons wzah1nghisvIc.'f '\)Jh31}
The the continent be-
.D JTWKitteBia extension Over the military authorities in the provinces by to further his interests,and the objects to whichhe and twelve.'): and the fraction of township .wfll therefore.please. call. early,fa July. JI'.C tl.iWOOd'sHot
is -
Grands Ordinance 1787 -
- CII object of the of telegraph. These orders, it seems,'were never is devoting himself, in this last damning act tedu'eastbfsaid:rlrer; (ex eptt&ci4I. .haei, r; ( A .> W.f.June24th j .' ,t !
b.. too high and permanent. to be led by en,1 eighteen:nuieteen twenty.iand thIrtone j .. 1848; :-
Presidential tefw." sent; and as the telegraph in the departmentof of his treason.' The Government Is exhorted ; : *! ;-- .f 1-1
3, ,To the the Minister of the'Interior; it remains withhim to be firm and unyielding;and the citizen men of range fourteen.4 'Administrator's' L ( {
article from which the above extract of 1V Lie e. .
; Fractional township thirty-six seventeen jl
s. to they were suppressed. Some to resist to the!utmost Padre Jarauta '
why property -
say' .
* amide, Gen..Taylor responded,tn a letter of t 4 4 :; 'HI "ff 11*r \PERSON8 having:claims or'dcttauiiion : "M'
of the do not hesitate to with the advan O of Parades'forcehad *
date insurgent prisoners assert 'goard 41 ih&:Estate
May 18 1747 acknowledging his "high and and otMr&'SopMPlemIng as
it that had friends in the Government entered Queretaro.1' '* :;Townshipstwenty4hree twenty-four, ,
they. ., '
opinion and and heirgj.cfeditors or entitled distritmtloi
decided of the views th 'will
approval :: iracuonai thirty.oDe *- 1tt t
aI eatiwents." who would.have moved,in their favor had an There is little doubt of th'e.1atter'SIUcceu. townsaips v render them D 'hin.1ro."eahtor

opportunity occurred, Bustamente,*'Minon;:Yanw and' Cortaxar, are, tjeeT D thirtyicight,and thirty-nine,of range. be barred. law th'e/jrill & .
by Persons indebted sail
Hen it will be noticed that Gen. Taylor decidedly j to estate.
. eighteen t-- n f\'{. :
the M. Flotte loud'in their declamations of fidelityto .
:Qne of principal prisoners, d.e however .will make psymerit to' :! -
apprtrcs, of giving totheill and acts 'Townships.twenty-three,and twenty-four :s 'C .. tf
o found to1 have in his lauser Hen-era's 'nndprothiz&In; the
Io f Congress U force and unrestricted by :was possession a pas- Governmentj; thir- ; : ,FAKQUHABBETnUNEAdmJr; .
thlrtyibiie t
.t effect .' township
ngiy vetoes and that Executive veto should se,:,*& handwriting'otM.dejaaznftrtiiie, and name of their, respective"forces-a speedy discomfiture .thirtytelght and fraction J. .rlu1,8J':1848. ,'11'. I 8t. do. ,
3fIV no : another that of M. Louis Blanc., .SeveraUet- of the enemy.Ttie .' -. _, tysIx thirty-seren ..' '. ". itf"
pr veiz the ir'lTo1rnJh.iP'W r
extension the over t4rflLiptli1ttynIne of '
**neitly TedMeiiaia'Tcrri, of uuruofl'S7 lfy.' ters- 'from. >L de, Larn. rtineWCre' ei&- d'. 'at. his, t*:- company Of st Patrick had safely escort U KrtWthree range; ttom nineteen.n, )* r1Vs'saIe1 '
tzCljIl house_ ,. '' 'the'conducta-of B'YTirtu 'C1f&1trit'orAa... : : is&ett (
sur&fromQneretaT01I I
atI' 1e N Y.Express, Whig, says: 100,000 insurgents were on the" ;;A one co side' ," and. the capital. 'It'-was'8ugg at ; tier OI'&zo*:,)*.thiny-onei,thirty-two arid thIrtynm tbit e r- or.Court'for'tKe. .District'of Easi .:

The Whigs hate presented Zachary Taylor,aware h 250.000 troops'And national guards on"the other. by settling.them1 down,tin ;species of military ''5yen.thirty.dght XT-dhTi. i'jr3Jf.CTl1rV5'V* "' Florida for' the'Couhtf 6'f DuvalTwffl'' xpoM .

1- .holder, but pledged not to veto,nets of Con&tponthegroitndofexpcdieMy Napoleon Lebon'and:Eersanskie, both chiefs colony,111 each pf those States mOlt CXpOdC4I'lit) *f range twenty t; rii and thirty-twlv 1' topnblid. a1''Jnlndif tti Court Hoti' Ia.the'. M!;. .,!
thirtj Town "
01 sanctioned r of the insurrection have been arrested ,, the incurdonsof h ID
lily precedent. The ordinaueeofu1787 t and the JDisturban&tat,Marseilles Fatal Rencontre.t' be'thus formed. ,'.mnfleveralpointofcobOuieare ofrang.TownshlDsftMrtJi twenty-one. -'thirlyxnicf .thirty-two*- t?-,- ; second hours li..tWdaf. between tie'Jegal "

n uentacts Congress, making Ohio Illindiana. -_ Some disturbances broke.but at Marseilles on:; hardy, of $ of sale : ceftiin *r jmabe i '

o; ) Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa the,23d inst,,' Barricades,,were erectedsomefighting jiluable'citizens to theSepuWic, ? vt* >J1* I. ,O4iI th4OT' t.r.t1.; 81Te&fl Chloe aliTbef Gebrgttak i ..

t f etetitoryare the precedents,thatj in the took place, aiid In'c ns-cqueneesome't. 'General Bustamente::, in'affaddreis to nis army f1i'ct.. J ., .l .2dt.1 ,'f'' j In execrrtibri as1.the'property of JoeephB.Laa- '

. ?puuouof all Whigs of the,Sorth and West,,, troops bad.h sent there;:;'The oin-rien'ottJie r ,'exhorting them':to fidelitV t6 the"Government .. lUt"e. -lAliavuwv 8&.A iie. mD e. caster.to satisfy L. an'.execution ia ftvor Gould;* I4'; ::

t. Justify Congress in enacting another like'ordi- ateliers 'nationauxvAnd,some',otb r." wtnrkmejn. ; says that the faction. Parede*Bad modified : cing ouMondayin ,thixtenuiday.. ,:of.J9tttlb.r. 'ftAiikj'k"A'. ;T1IP&IDITRj.. 1* .'

lance.for C-iIifomia-.-to saynothing of, the 1iteration -' were .6ngagedJii these,disorders The,troops their : Put .Icxtfo. WlI 1.' ,, t hilpUul 0. .... .. ; i Sh&I 'at '
: ''
inTua ultimately. fifty in pose-originally"Ut..w-edWar th 1* tlte v underaienticis4. tOitn3b1Ptonjp8ltg ....r.- of The ab vos1e IsJnnel7,1848 Post zil t'nt <. l
act of Congress, restricting slavery prevailed, after, iating.loatj .., .. 7".., -- '" : 'J i'Joa6

-*,"Korth.of 36.30, or the act admitting_ t Mb I .titled "4pui.4: ;;, '1.1-.1 ,.i. :;. u **"...., J North-....Atoc-ricaai.** MA-* *:**'in*f th**-4T,'n 3-t1foD"--.thCoa"-* i.*-***.. ; ;':: . ... .\ 1 -.1 w.- -,,..I,,'' j'-. ) .'i!-,- ;P I'-t'.iI.J- .. J ..' ,.t, t ,'.1.

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; '. .;: ,v trdhtf th OoirtRouse iiitbc.twzi. stock of nilSq t"f 'q ?t1). p-S_ .... ....' 'tJ { 'fr1.."it "ttitttwyr J1U h} ti ATbiaExtraet.lfVputg, '!.P" f :Pt1 DJ 90 : f G &; '. : .
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; .j { JTft ifj 'i.&iii. six times pleasanter and 'WarraDt .*!! AlbaDt.Augl84" L1 ,
,.4, ; jH' "< -H t; lf1k> ': iIn'Ch ce1'1.-.t $& eop r, ? Mt.
.. ltthd&y Augnstnext .within thelegal hoursfe'ft&ft G ocer5ips,1Eioyisions QOd I>Ii"t lU JBold. ,diseases witbont'dAhzatngthe I tT&MOTHRP4 --l'U:L..J:"1f ,,
i. ...;' pf ," : J"Y.Hardwamj.rCrodceM1'1&ch L $,, S W r **yMic> tJSoC : > jpcrior tpony ,:It.cores \ t4PAt at
ft sufficient'portioi 'rth",updirided'Interest . 4NIuRzIj .1
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ofthe4foUowrngname4. persons'ii1'liiicl'i. "j.f 'wmJ..I .t.. I T aP :1 and is particularly'adapted Thr a t2etafSarp .
1.I 'm't' ; -r:r4i m tui.(.i4 ( 1 < ]yprak,4
..;; .' .,. !: cetQ1n10M0i".Y..t-.s-.i. 0 t'I'"d. kn 10fU.r yJ won a 9etoxw ',. 1 Superfine,FlQur,; bb1s d b .;f11J ,itt .L' Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in theillfiled ; P..4LL-.4ND.t.WIN'I'EB MEDICINE. Jfo: female wfro k'Neren::( i (SS5ii5 5&C8 S&proaching'tYaicriUiialperia

:.. Grant" to"saf' r l' lid'th: ": due..'thereon<., Pilot Bxead.Sn g. .; -:- J i--iI1-'EH ih" the faboVe'cause'reside: "'out Of tK*. he great f beauty and;,superiority'of this:Ear : na reaMft ? r ..dI I
f t4 't ih sfeiaU'all andcounty tothi. 1817 Bacon F M Beef Pickled I rfda'aiid thJatthe\sardThoinaj\ >Sivwr S remedie is fSS *
.:. I. 1 H"ms Pork Tongues; ..paril1a over aHpther; ; itera-j_ should neglect to rS Ofiir.vfmtivft IX
L" cost and'charges jtpr the advertising; Rice : rjesldes Id urppe/and'fthat thisi, fcajThilIp Uka &"
t !Mackerel. Codfish Salt ; L dicates disease, it inVigorates the ." ,.. fnr '* '* ,$Stoi3 Z!* I Ir
; ; :: 1e:11 o'r to'trit14ided ;,;: ; : :Gw nl.Buttett; 'iCh es l3Whit Beans, jSavrjrer: fesldealnUheTState'of' ''Mjfcstssippi,40'} body consumption S c d'.JJ. dizcases- any;Gt.b.t' .

.': .' ;: .j' he .interest. or portion of.Blood, .Irish Potatoes;,) \,.,.,!..''i3g,1ifift> i1 .,JOil. f 3fJ3rJ*iapff: ) *;!.That said ndLntappe&i.: t J'l1 J f "' } ; and' gth- t:}.;.. ..r to :1hJCh femalea .ae.1 4'

.',.. 1;.; IMftIA' "'t..3.II'f1I'At. on.' --i : f Sperpx V Cajndlesj. .; and::''answer the said/bill/otherwise. 'it shall' betakohfe 'P: U. oonstucpptionfcah'bc t- ,curedL ,I4t ._>} -. ,tDIe.of.Uf'JklsperiodID01., be "
a ? : .tt ? .ftiri < '" O :
'I...:,: lTti f interest'of Charles A.'Jaryb. '. ;Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee ;'i'rJ i 'Th { :'r :..L rTItiS11ihk bron hl98/C nsiIIripUonil1iiet-[DInt aver TalUQbJ yeas f .' 7i%i5aing thla 1DedJ _

'1 'p. i ; The.interest of Noah Jarvis .. ,i'". :Muscovado' Sugar; 'N d Molassesj *""" ; r' &ehak copy rthl8Orler ; J ld"j.ouklut.:1tarib i1i:spit't ". II ..forisystem. e "hO axe "
''Thd Jeromus.oh n. Pulverised bevpublished in so>nc newspaper rihiod'in' ,: : blood' chest' woman OQd, ,as it is ca.I tl
I :; ; interest pf > Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and ting) ,soreness in the .

4'I t .. :;, We Interest.of AlexandeV Muir. ".'/. . .Sugar, f. f 'j .t''i tare ;East i 'Circuit; "of;Florida,'-once W month \' hectic flush-night sweats. .,'difflS ;,' ;b"q"iekW. ,rnde the Ioed..aDd iII 11J

;.. Te1iektst;or 3tilc aifl'fy' rs. ,. Brandy;Bum,,Qin"WhiskeynAlcoho1 f\r'l lne Mk'AvtdvM*m r AA\MAM/Mft". the said Thomas :\ "rcult"br.. profuse .expec"toration -' ; ,this mci il JIa

,. .' rThe intefest of Jttordecai' M. .Noah,.for. the tine; -. ,., : v t>, 24, > iTayloraaddohce'ftweekfor';: ; : fourfnionth, in'' t. and pain '.' (- SS :;all tk d3tjhieb'Women are I'a
> : reference tathis said 1 f*' j'f IHf f1 : .'. 'iti' t,.' j It braces &hQ.holo.l1st;
yearsl&e d 47. London Porter ortkadehaand Champagne hilip Sawyer. .inrth 8id & SS h4
.:.4 : t : : : S .. '. .. .'. i ... ;ently theimpurities M1e1rt .
; JOS B.'XANCASTER .11aturat.energi
\4:.:j TKtflnterestoflchabodPrair. .. : Wine .. I !<;-?-.. ( teit,;v.'f .i <};<..J. < I. "tbaveand.- b1l
1 .;. '. .. i i. ,The i interest, of Aaron PeCKJ; for, tha.\years, Cordials,. Confectionary; Preserves; .&C. .4+ : S ,. "*"Judge' So.:Circuit of FTorida.TnoF.Ktth8 ."' S 5 t
.. :.. r.,;" 1846 arid '47. 0 A;Complete.Assortment of'Dry :"GowZj- p il l'1or.Compl'.t: i< cured. gysteai asi I to produce a.'aubeeq1l
.. .- .:! ,The interest.of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos,.Ginghams,.Muslins,'Bonnet and Taffeta 'K :West;Tebruary1. '19, 1848. 9m : 'Probably there"never was a remedy that has ;:tion, which the ease of oBtIl1
for female
.. :;. The'interest of John N.Sayer. Ribbons1.V4; .,...: uSheetings '< S '.5. IN CIRCUIT: ,COBItT., / IEUTBBNc been so successful desperate cases of coiaump DISEASE weakDeunzul diaeaa.' .

.- .'. ...../ Th&.1nt rest of John JL'Seaman. and Shirting bleached and unbleach'd; RCVIXbF: FLORIDA-.COUMXT, 07, tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens the 7'UBE'OF TBE"BJ4Jir., .j t'f

.t : : The interest oft heirs of Wm..Taylor, forthV Irish Linen, Diaper,;Bishops and Long Lawn; S : ST.:?JOHNS: to CHANCKB.Y.. ". system1 and appearstd'heal the ulcers on the ND'DRO x..',$: 'f1''

.'r, ";'.; years 184(5(. and '47; C mbric-s. Jaconet Swiss and cross bar Mus1ins; The- Southern Life In- .: lungs,tmd rthe patients'gradually regain their 2EWYO f J 2 Q III' .I,

:-; ;i The Interest of Wm.Thorn','for' Lbeyears.1846. Hosiery, Hdkfi .Gloves Suspenders,.* ; ".: 'suirance & Trust Company :t'\ usual health't ireh:/ ". 5 't?: 'n- /lowKSL'D--Dear..JB r.l J ."Wen.amicted.1flth.a.dlstaaf.Jt .

.r-7Jt. :. in,17. ; ; ,- ; .,. S Tickings..Linen.audJCottOnOsnaburg ; to .user; Arthur 1L.DiU. to. 0 ec1oso .cuJii UStf48Ji'OF: : ,t o.NsTlMPTldN. Q
f; :3'; .THeJoterest of John K. Tnie" L : ;. Wine,win to and'.brovra:Line Drill,'for.pants Beed: : 1 S There Is acarcely4adajpasses bnttbee'area ,jnth a ternib1puf0 OTez 1t;'

.: The.ijitlerest of Israel Foote.. &c &c. ... greater pert-'of the:.tin,
,t., .. : &Ooi 'r "f' 4 t' W I.. ,; .f :.TS. number of c sea.of Consumption" d as troubled with t&& _
": .." 'JThe interest of Jesse pelano. .1 Umbrellas-Silk Gingham and.Cotton in steel! OI'tneasofhreatilld e.1
; #5 Augustns"Poujn, ,: . cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla S
? : tezing of the heart
rift: Tiit r st of ,Barnabas. Oaburn' ,for' the and whale
f' ... ..r;, yearsiI84'Gand '4'. : ,Hardware CW/iry-Knives-, Scissors Razors; ,IT faction: f"the Court by J Affidavit, that the D i. TovKSwioDear Sir: .For:the-last I"-Y&.ber.tressing,. and has. freq UeJ1Ul': '=
+ ,bed.
,( ." .,. \ .Thejnterest of John Bodman-for the'years !Nails, Hinges,Butts,Knives and ForkS Spoons, Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed three "years'.:i' hayebeeniifflicted, with general and The rupture.4. T.\ .1J
ievere She
i! 1846 auia'41 ; ; almost1'1
.: .. Tea TraY; 'j in the above: entitled' cause, .resides out of,the, debility and'neryous consumption:'of the,last such : .
marked cases
of Thomas Dexter ) but little
as .on
The \
'. : interest ;Collins Axes,Hammers Hatchets Saws;' State,of! Florida and out the'United States. stagehand did riot expect:to ever gummy healthatalL.Aft.er. bentitj :t
'''. .I:. tne:mapof said Grant, owner.. not known, for :Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains,.SPots Ket-; India and had taken, buVtbree bottles otioar
and Cuba of the West Islands/
.-. : in one : going.through .a course .medicine medicine she
thVy 1848 and 47. / I ..,. .. waa entire.
: < ears .tIes &c.,4&c.j. - S SS Court Therefore relined
jurisdiction ofthis
thq most tl&le
; beyond: under,the care, of some'ot the distin-
.!. .J ;/Jh j interest. :of Henry Dudley- for "the""years A feie-Jow,priced .P.QWd r.FlAsb..'> 'On motiqttX: C.'W. Downing; Esq:,Solicitor for d regular physicians'members( of the of the heart, and: the rupture -
I. .: 1SG.t1iI'47.: :A Good Assortment and Tin Ware. .' turely disappeared. .
., : of Crockery said foardd s ld '
Complainant, r.! New York ,and ,.elsewhere,; She :J g i. a if
ELLIS late Sheriff has
f.."*; HQS. C. Boots & Shoes-Men's Women's and .Children'sBoots 1thhm ; alsohatthe dropsy;
S the said Pou- and.
', It ii That Augustus
in 1
: Ordered, an Ependiii most ,of my'earnings attempting
: imd'Ex-ooicio Tax much swollen.
: .: .: Collectorj and Shoes of all kinds.A We had
i.. '. for Alachua jaud"and"others be required to appear and_ answer ,to regain, my:health, and after.reading be so benefited JoideatJWaht s
county. Articles Medi- as she had
variety of Fancy: ,Perfumery, said Bill within six months such a
.Complaint in some ofyourSarsapirilla1 resolved C
? '..,... .. H February. 19' 1848 6m' :cinc8&c.' : : or the same. will be taken onfcssed 'againsthim. .to try it.paper Aft r using six bottles I found it of diseases. Butit has as strange lal !' &
p Jacksonville 15 184a pear, relieved her of the
:; r April ly ,
".t; '..'..- ,;;., In Circuit Court, S S done me. great good, ,and sailed.to see.you _at that this statement is, ,
'i .1 ,, EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA; : .WAREHOUSE.OF.p.RI:1Np.SONL.Y. Itis{farther Ordered,That acopy pf this Order, your office.;with.you ,advice I}kept on, and doxuo8theartilythankyou almost like fiction but so it isn strnng :a totfiw C
: ,
duly certified by the Clerk of this Courtj be published for advice. I 'J
,'f ,.1COUNTYOFDuvAL: IN CHANCERY.AnnaMorley your per-
: :, : 5* reality.
::' .. In.I some newspaper printed within the severe in ia.kiI the Sarsaparilla,and have been jourSarsaparilU.b 'esztj J
: ; uable
; ) .,, and
; should
:.r. Eastern CIrcuit of Florida once a month consecutively able attend usual labors the be used b
;'.;, >.<-. ,vs.- .> Bill for Divorce.' ., to my for last one-that o
p. .; .for six.months. four ni nthsi nd.I hope by theblessings of God suffering as we bave 1JeeD.JUaz
,, _John Morley. ) New
; ; H; No. .56 Cedar Street, York* disbelieve this
:, .:. ....r TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, i _.s_.... -, [Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS' Judge.I and your Sarsaparilla' to.continue my health. call at houseandhaveoculardm account they are.*.li 0V
10 1 f JL by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, It helped .me beyond the expectations of all that VV
J1mm JT1Uf1DSQN m Yours
;;;.;.?&; above entitled cause resides out of the State of J do hereby certify the above to be a true copy knew my case.> ,CHARLES. QUIMBY. respectfully, t J' '! '.,''

.:: .:.' Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this : (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) S of an,Order, duly made and'entered of record. Orange Essex Co.N., 2,1847. WILLIAM TOWSEB.t. Jia. VfC f.c.

.:: : Court therefore,.On motion of s said Complain Occupy the spacious ,FJVE STORY WAREHOUSE in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth I Sate of Nero,Jersey, Essex.Covnty, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY- SI,, 'J c.i

'a., ,-. ..: tt' ant by James W.Bryant, Esq. her.Solicitor, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the'WHOLE day of August, A.D.1S.t7. Quimby bei duly sworn according to law; on ,No fluid; medidine 'I. 'h t

.. :..1.. -.-It'if Ordered, That said Defendant appear of which;is devoted to the exhibition and sale P. B. DUMAS his path saith, that the foregoing statement is ed whi h or has ever been i 0'C

: : ".- and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Com of the Single Article of Clerk C. C. of St.John's County.Jan true,according the:best of his knowledge and or saliva in so nearly resemBles Ue gwrif (

... I ;.: plainantwithiu four months, or.the same will 7, 1848. lamfSm belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. decomposing food and rtrokHttsk
) RINTEP Sworn and subscribed to before organs digestion as this prepmtiaTJ a
;,.r be.taken as confessed against him. In Circuit Court, me at Orange, Sarmparilla. It
:': 'It further Ordered, That a copy of this Order .Their 5 present Stock consists of .nearly EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, positively cures e'erif 1r

r'.,>. ,. dulycertified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand ,Packages, CoUNTY DUVAL: 'CHANCERY Justice of the.Pea e. dyspepsia. howevcrsevcre or chronic S OF BANK DEPARTMKAT
'f' ; THOUSANDS of ,different ALBAllTj May ." (
:I. ::: be published in some Newspaper printed within Embi-acingsome Moore SS -
Mary DE.
::.'::' :'I the.Eastern Circuit of Florida once a.week con- patterns and colorings, and comprising everything ) Bill for Divorce. ; TWO CHILDREN.SA VED. : .1 have been 'tfl&uf z
.' :desirable ,the line .FOREIGN .and vs. > for several years with dispepsia in it, .
Very in
: aeon tely for four months. Moore. few.families indeed fact we have ft
I Henry ) form attended with
:. DOMESTIC. : ; sourness of stomaciicq] ft
: TIIO. DOUGLAS, Judge. S S been made to not heard of one-that used 'Dr. T6wnsendrs -.'

'r:' tl i.osoAR' HART, Clerk of said Court, 'do .:All of which are offered" for-sale for'cash; or I' having by affidavit, that, Henry satisfactorily Moore, the appear defen- Sarsaparilla in time lost any.children the past aversion appetite, extreme all kinds heartburn;; ,d'.ap

:..... hereby certify the above to be a true copy of anOrder.raado satisfactory credit; at the LOWZSTPRICkS, dant.named'thc above entitled resides summer, while those that did not sickened and .to of food and for-Veda t
.' cause, (what I could eat) I have been unable
: and.entercd'of recordin said enti S died. The certificate We publish below is con- torrhU
: by'lHePIECE beyond,the jurisdiction of .this .Court, out of but a email ion: f
: port on my stomach, :)tri O
: ::r.tl4dimusc in said. Court ,ontho.2Sth. day. of OR PACKAGE. this State, and in the.State of New York, therefore clusive evidence of its Value, and is only another usual remedies but had *
IbuU I
.. H&reh A. D.1848. : : .New) Styles are irecoived.almost.ejrsry day, motion of Yale Solicitor instance of its saving the lives of children: ; they U't M
."*. :on Gregory Esq., effect in nmo'Yingthe i
b ;- I $ IN WITNESS WHEREOF:I hereunto set and'many.of them are got up.for our own sales, for said complainant DR. Towcn.-Dear. Sir: I had two children ed about coinplaint.Ivzifi&
: *|[tt.a.1 ray hand,, and aftix'.tte :seal 'of,said and not to be fonniIlscwhre.' 'f It,is -Ordered,That the.said, 'defendant cured by your Sarsaparilla ofthe summer of, two'moqth8ince to.tJ7ym Extract 1t
r appear and I '
." ; i,* ::.Court OSCAR..HART, ,Clerk.... : Jjr .P.rinted'lists of;prices, .corrected. from and answer the bill of complaint of said.com- complaint and dysentery ; one was only,1, fidencc Sarsaparilla*but after, must: say itUtt1 .,

:':;. .April 1, 1848. : ; '4m day to day witkeveryjvariatiohin the market, plainant within four months, or the same. will : months old and the other 3 years. .They.were found ; restored using nean1twdibs1e1;

I :: ; '_ :. : : are:placed in the hands of buyers.Icrdiants .' be taken.as confessed against him. very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely my removed appetite, and I.wbuld and the Keartkra j

: ). .. .;. ,r jr'f i uval Militia -Claimants.. will be able.to.form; some idea of And.ftps further.Ordered, That a.copy of,this die; they were given up 'by two respectable the use of it to those wbosh'fsrim&yncommend Tt to (

r {\.c : 1i decommissioned1 ofil- HndprIvates the extent and variety.of our.assortment,when jQrder, duly,certified I.thq1erk of,this jCpiirt, physicians. When the doctor informed that afflicted as I have been &c.' j
T'llE Yours i-
_ .: : 4 Captains Bush, Pn C,* d BnareV'comparfts we state, that tbd value.of..OJwr-jueualstock of .published in some uewspapcr'printed within we must lose them, we resolved to try your S W. WJ VAN ZAND'l' '

I '. : '. J FIor JdaMoufited MiUtiafor, service in the ,thi oSKkritiCLE, is at least twice thftvalue of the E vstemCircuiipf< .Florida, once e a week'conecutively'for Sarsap riU h e.haa heardflQimuch: .ofr butind N. 'B. Pnrchare .but sacE hate
4 pone as
.f : years 1838-9,who have1 npfryet signed thfc neces- the..entire. stock ot dry goods usually.kept by four montusr S little confidence, there being so.iuuch stuff advertised pen that hide ebottle1e ctinjpletelylwrf 1 TOJ-,

,; r4./' &1.ry\&p i r relatiilgtolheir clitimsl&the) hands our largest jwjjolesajei jobbers,,tT l\/act, to- -;.(:'ijt' ev- '. .. a. *." fMTT.;* \ !: S,f. that i8worthIess.butwe, are Very, the written signature fS.l'!''rOWNSElID", I
_ .
.: '._ Qt'th .j.est ft.qsQi"'ithou getherwith? the.facL thatour.means; M d,our ; ;J i; OftCABiHART, Clerk l of,said. Court, do t here- thankful-that we did, for it undoubtedly saved;: Principal'jOfficc-, L2GFu1tonSunD mldiJf I

'.' : S delay: The1 papers to be signed are leftfwitheolJPori attention,' instead of t; ingdivjdetlamong ayst ,by.certify the above,io.ibeXcorrept; copy. "of.ansrder the.lives of both." 1write; tbis..tbatotbera may; .N.Y11cdding& co.SState.st BtDI

..;: ..:.,: ... *' at the Post. Office or may ba signed. variety of articl ,.:are devoted wholly to ONE, made,and. entered record, ,in the above' be induced S to use it. Yours,respectfully,: :&'sons,' 13'2North: Second-st-'Philiadelphfa- 1I 1t

3. .; .- :' atmyomcei' .:: .GREGORY' Y'ALEj' will.render.tho yntagewhicho.can:'offer ..entitled cause in,said Court on the tenth day.of JOHN .WILsONt Jr. S. Ilance, druggist Baltimore DnrOUkc..
.. .... aid. it shall Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.: 1647 : : ; JH
I .. ...i' .,U lAgent. 'Duvalcompanies.'Jacksonville ..- to dealers pcrfectly.pbyipus' t, be February, A. D. 1848 : Richmond; P. 'M;,-Cohen, ChArleston;:Wzigl&
I I :': .. "' March 4/1848.,' ." ,: f. our care that,none visitour establishment.. *t ...-: ,lN .WITHESS: WHEREOF. I.hereunto-set S LUNATIC AYSLUM. '&ca 151'Chartrcs-st.INew Orleans lOSSwtiPearlst

'. .' -- A.---A shall meet-with.pny.disappointment'Our. t ; : ,I*.:S-l] .iny4 hand..and. affix_ the seal. of -said. James Cummings;Esq.one of the Assistants .Albany f R,:Van'Buckirk;2S2j,'if

4- 1' :'.;;: v- ,-i\ v 'EX' cutor'8 Notice, assortment is complete af all seasons of : u.: :Court; : OSCAR HART, Clerk. in the Lunatic Ayslum,BlackwclFs IsIu1lLb the. Marketand Broad-sts.'Newark, N.lei utby

... .; : I'MONTHS after date I shall apply to. the the year. .LEE, JUDSOtf& LED. S ;Februnry.l.184S. S 4mAL.ACIIUA gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal,
___ : : SIX. 'of/;Probate of Duv! l' county; for a P. S.-B.FvlEEyfprnjerlytof the firm of ,RHEUMATISM. throughout the.United States West ladiet .I

: *f. '->:r linaFtiischarge from my Exetut rship of the Lord &,Lees and latesenior.partner of the.original Jt.. a This is only one of more than four thousand the Canadas.A.. M. REED Ageatt '* I
.60 :>: Est W1 C James B. Roberts deceased.- : 'firm'of Lee &J3rewster, from 'whicheon HOUSE. cases rheumatism that Townsend's Sarsaparilla Fte&

: May $th,1848. WM. B. ROSS,'Ex'r. nection he withdrew5ome time ago has resum- 'fIlE Subscriber having purchased the house has cured-The most severe and February 26 1848. Jacksonville *.

_ ; 4'L ...' ; .business in. connection withMessrs.Lee; & premises formerly :owned and occupied chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary ly'.f$: 1.

_ : *-% J. *: TRAY COW FOUND. Judson,andassurs his,friends that .thenew, by J.:W. Pearson,. Esq at Newnansville, virtues : S FORWARD ALDRICH '', .

- 't .;: '' -L r1; ;:, -XHAVE found and conveyed to my.cattje 'concern.Jsha.lt.ha. Qthe i same; pre-eminence in E. F, will be ready. to accommodate Boarders Ih Act\VELL'slsLAND,Sept.14,1847. 1

''. '-*".? ; i _j>en, .. at.mv .plantation, near this (branch ofc-jtrade,jwhich formerly distinguished .and'Travellers; after 'the.lst: day May next, Da.. TowNSEND- -Dozr Sir: I have suffered ATTORNEYS". ::iCOuTiSELLOBS1" ATlft. 1I

t I :. > '' 1) marin a stray cow'marked with,an under the other two..houses to.which'he.belonged and hopes byhis exertions to make his guests as terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; WILL practic in rlie1several Courtrof 1 ,

_ J.; v .f". :, iiiattd pplic.an f; one ear,, and smooth crop' in ; ...-* ::; : : ;June.25.1841. ly '.comfortable as''possible. He has:.good stabling, considerable of the time I could not eat sleep andEquity the Eastern Circui drFIorift.' : I

.- .. ::. : . and filtrate hostler always 'attendance.' work had the War. FORWARD, St. Augustine.
: : the other, and branded with the letter (X). -The! : : or ; jl most distressing pains,and ,
; !'Hi i' : INVALUABLE S '. GEO. 'M. GALPIN. limbs LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville.
18 .: \ oirtfer is requested to come forward, pay charges my were .. ,. :' and take her away. JOHN McINTOSH.: FAMiLYOMAjQN.: .:;_ Newnariayi11 ,.A'pril 15, 1848.: : '6m four,bottles, your Sarsaparilla.and they.ve CRAB'i'REB
i : WM.: ? ,7
'* "::>;* : ..;.May.27thi; 1848. tf I Lectures done,me more than one thousand dollars worth, .' '., .,.- ,.., :", (;,.
I on Cruises Prevention and.Cure '
.u SIX :JIQJLME ,& CO.MESSRS. good-I am so much better. Indeed am ATTOBNEY.AND COUNSELLOE ATU',
r 't.: -.,. NOTICE ; of Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the! entirely relieved. You are.: a fUberty'to. use :' '' ,
".:- : .: : I and all.Female Diseases. .-?HOLMES .& CO have removed ; na.;
234 : -
S Heart 28 .iWILL
J *? A LL PERSONS indebted .to the Estate.of engravingPip riO: Tbonnd pages, stock of Merchandize to the this for the benefit. pf,the afflicted. S 'attend to any business entrusted i tolsi
75 cents.- large
Vii'iI :' .t .;3.* Precilla Mattair, late of Duval countyi Mail to partltostago 9M cts. ,building formerly occupied by the United States Yours, respectfully, .JAMES CUMMINGS.. hands in any of the Courts in th "East it'r.

Fb., deceased, aro requsted to, pome'.forward. Shoulder Br pesrand ChestExpanders $2. ',known as Government) Building. They COULD..NOT W.. cuit of Florida.. i .1i .;

f ':::; jvnd;;make payment immediately..,' And all pert -: Mail to anyrpartj50. ':. sons having demands against said estate are requested ,best :"FELfX'.tY.I ;(r t o ;
.. Tubes, Silver, $3, byjriaiVJetter postage. Ab: from:New'York.full assortment of.Dry Goods, ,ry remedy ;femalecomplaintsthere: is :

41.. '.. .. present them within"thejime pres-. .dpmjnal Supporters,perfect, $3 to $10J for all Groceries Hardware, -Pr visions, .&c.&c. '_no disputing' ; thousands and .:.thousands of ATTORNEy AT :LAW.' ii ? .
'cribed will be forever barr d.I. .- -
bylaw they .
1 :-: or Ruptnres*ftllfog, f the Bowels1 fciid'W6mb : which they/ BrO prepared to sell at reduced. weak and debilitated females that were prostrated S '1:Ji'icksonvilePFtaS
', ISAAC YARN Jr;. '
': : '
Weak :' by.those. diseases to. Which fem are
and Baclr and- Chest prices.They A. .
ienVby WILL in
; express: S practice ,all the Courts theEs&ft I
with the '
Administrator will.
'I'i 1 .:r.. **"'Blact: : Creek< May 27th, 1848. 2m S everjnher'e.:. For;'Braces .jpri Supporteit, orRupture -- 'are now.prepared to purchase Cottons, subject were. soon ,in u the 55 enjoyment S of robust. Circuit '. *,. -.: -. :. 2

: ,Supporters, give.height.fronriead to. Hides, and other produce of the country, at the health.; -': 5 C
I fpotj and.circumference of person next''the surface -. highest Market rates and make cash advanceson ,NewYoi: Sept.23, 18 7. AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT,

-_ w ii t .. i .1' ,- from NOTICE.date I shall ,J above the Kips?,: If Rupture/r ;' mention: .. consignments to:their i friends in'Savannahand DE. TowjtSEND-Dear Sir: ,My wife,has for S ATTORNEY AND CODNSELLOR AT" UWJ;
to the
SIXjWEEKIS apply 'which'side; Agents wanted fur the sale of the Charleston,.or.New York. the last year been very _sick, and in a greatly And Commissioner of Deeds of the Stats of-
1 Probate of Columbia
.i.4" 'I\: ., ;.Florida-for Betters of Administration county thetEtate above go s. Address; Dr\S S.fFJTCH 707 '.Th y- have a new 'article.of Wrought Iron reduced ,state;.of: health, being reduced by a 'necticut; within'and for the State of Thrf.S t,
.' ;. ( upon .Bro iaY.rfe York, post paid. 'Ploughs-to.which they would respectfully call variety cpmplaints such as females.are liableto "' !
JACXS0N'nLt '}uI
I of Thomas J.Brannen late of said 4 ,
I '.?:, 'i. .: deceasca, E., B. BRANNEN.county April 1, 848. ; <. ,ly .' '' .the attention Planters. SS / ; she got so bad at length that she was en tirelyt -- '
: 17th 1848. Jacksonville, Nov. 6, '1846. tf. unable: .w& lkJ and was as helpless as a child; CHARLES, COOPER"(

E ; -, .MUgitorJune Fifty Dollars Reward, '; S 1HEAT she- commenced. using .your Sarsaparilla, ands AND AT&ft
t a WILL'' BE GIVEN' BY.THE I / REDUCTION JrTJIE PRICE OF immediately began to regain her strength ATTORNEY ppUNSELLOR.
1 I I "T or NOTICE for the : ,x3r.vHnmphrey's: celebrated Remedy, ,for:.the errnpints.leftIer au4 afterikI :Will i Vraetice inethe. several'CourtVof. : thiSl.

S. t, *".C.

O !accounts and vouchers as'Administratrix' of Duval County Jail of the Tho following gentlemen" ; are'; my authorized easel th9ught it might,do good to publish it.: ." ,Jacksonnlle",',,' '... -, ) Npy:26v1847-T" ',: S_
.the.Estate fR Barnardj'Tr: late.of Du al Agents,.and have the genuine.for sale. "
- ; She used a number remedies:that t done her "
negroes,4to Veui \ ;
t.: Haninibald.
lowing g a T
*:eon, f'd cced to the Hbn; Judge Probate' a boy, Georgiana,.*-girl/*, and woman what, chil.dren Orders from any;piart pf the i'":"United' S1ktes t rib good.. 'previously?<-:. Y6uis,'respectfully, ;: ,CHARLESH.'PELOTt.d', O' .. -;:.,; ... ,1 ..
of eaioV for a final Bettlemeht of'said will meet with S
county the above named, ', p. rnptitLeiion i AddrcW'postpaid JOHN MULLEN 87 Norfolkst.Sv ATTORNEY, AND. COUNSELLOR ;AT, LIT,
yeniB have ,
might horned ,
; ,, edp..1 "EslateJSnd :shall at' the same time, apply for since shekas-be < to 'be '. ; ; WM.IIUM1HREYSJr'. '"- 41 ': '- ''t> J. t Littl&Rivtri Florida 1
nabiitippoed' twopr 1. ?
J which tetters' all, of Dismission interested as such Administratnx' !, of S three,'and Ellick, anqlo.Afrfcan'mah.J ., t -5 :"t 5.L vSavannah, Ga., S 'T : TDE'JLtDI' S. WILL practice 'in thelseverar! ;Covn
- : 1J persons in said Estate.;.are The above : :AGENTS .-Messrs. Marston & .n GREA7'7E3L4LEfEDXCJRE. ;
desired to take notice.a's i S fugitiyp7plav9sthave.'been; absent S ; Brother&'Bal- i Eastern CircuU'of.FJoridatlnl8U1es8 en t? ,
iir HENRIETTABARNARD: Admix. for.nearly four years.. "o JOH1OL.PONS timore, Maryland; Dr JP-MiCohen; Charleston, ., .n R 'Tow S D'Si S4APAEILLA1S sovereign. to his. carc"wiIl meet"with'prompt attend
Jacksonville South Carolina! C.Rislcy and care -__- .. ?' -" -,"v* -* ,4. f .
March Hamburg S. for incipient and --
l 25L1iL1848!; .,.::6Ii ; % ,C.:>R speedy, consumption
: J'f'V'JT 'ijql.rJle! MarPh. 41848. fl1 < S.BaileyfLaurensville\ O T.J.S .for iiJ of the : .1\
.. S S .' ..' j .. .: ,Farr. Gra-j, i"b'ether'fh systemnp JOSEPH YV. 'FITCH :
!I. ,... hamville S.S.BR '*k ti \ A*: s4>**lt A t inherent "> M Aaccident'
.I AWSbN3 ; Bythcrwopd i au
CLARK _& ;; T. BeaufortvS C.;' ,. !HiviNorestablisheilhImselfatPirLATas'GENERAL 3.

; ** -. h10'. .TV1E FOUNDRY. I i *' FACTORS ANDGEWEAiirr COMMISSION : R T.Pntickt kitchcn$ lczTcnu.; ;J,$,W a1"er. MaSison!,. 'bJr cat s'6"-"roa.. c,.,rb'-f tant_" ...f,".,."iUn., SS'o. ." iCOIDIISSIONnMER JT,
f 'Mi k:;,, 59,:Gold,corner.of Ann street, N.,Y rk. 'c. 'Savannah'Georgia tender their ** Ga.; W K Augusta,, Ga.; Shotwell & .t4. U'P'Nothik ,will attendotp.'any :business . f.L subscribers have taken the ; senices1 Gilbert .Macon 1. .JUH & : &tn Tie its'inVigoratin'g .: ,
; : d nriHE Type Foun- lo planters nd others and solicit ; ws Ellis, ,Mac y,. Inore'surprising'than.. ;:
-: )->JLfdry,. Si Ga..Dorsey; NovcmbcU9 IS47 fttSonth'fiide'MarketVqu
on cotton and all other kinds of country MntA 9iV* i ,. _-. __. .
4; conducte'Thy Robert Taylor. They will attend :produceThey are.genie for the :&.Knott,Griffin, ..Solomon; GoodalL Atlan-. ** aU weakness and t"r iik'-takb,. M it --T p "'" fra ""
I toallorcleraiheymay receive with punctuality. : celebrated :: b4 fWUUaoi.RootjaALxriettaiGa.j.Cunning. at:o lc O bcoie1obnst4and tulf ten < ':under : -t. : f" pJ.dB. ". .

,' .' and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by. <8re11re Etowah MillS of Cass'county,from (whom:they'i .haw& Co. Dalton,-.Ga.;. Dr.. S .Cnlberson, La: is influence .tVimmediately;-counteracts''the I :5 ,... 5- -5 ,S .'M C1JBBEDGB.'p... .. .; -5L \.... .,,'7.i .

;'1w>?iVVA :- them will belland Cast ;,and they will furnish. i and kly suppUed"with.Flourr No ground Grange, Ga.; Winter &EppingColumbns; Ga. ;, dervelessdcss'of(heu female' which is the '. : DOOrSELLER: D".8TATIONEX S
hern .
all kinds of Materials equal' :flour.7jThey.also: BY]' 5Nwnth ; b.iiiennes& .: ..' .1"'v:' f' : nexfd 4i4.t.
% Printers: ,:pf.the estqualI MK*.fhand ,'k *, i Mithhe1i1 ". ,Oa.; J e'ph"Grimn t'e"or '
1 -j ,. '
'I .t*,jty," .Mr,J,A>:,T;O\'erenil.18: tl.t..employed in ::from ,the, _consttIy. ..! .. burgs"!Dd.yarn8 tmd noutaa.: a n nettRoesevil1e,Gti; It williiotTe expected:of s.rin cases"otso; stifle,.'LU1fb. 'r<&.".J' st o.StONit'S
? t\Plrmtel'8
ueruncflng.themanufacunng deparjent .Cedar Btioal m1 4jMcLath&' oJacksonvj11e,1 Ga,; J4 FC3illriarns '- delicate. a nature, to exhibit. certificates'of OunCe S '. S. V ii t!G L5._; '
;. d ?1' xa 0'le! p apej J.tI: ,who have.not ad- the manufacturing manufacjbofies. ,;. ch.thb1 6011" at'. I n,ta.vl ogron Hodges, Sanderit1l -;, : performed?but ''we# ft.--Can siurii. the'a'nlicted. that n. Orders front the countryirifl 6 p

.. crts1 lttr the >ubscribersyho; may plish 1t* prices.March "tl' ") rtwr 0i. ;ua.; .A..H yles.J owIVJU ., Ga.' W"A h iar dS'5ot i Ilav 'b eh'r.rt "u& iJH .ly filled the lowest'prices. *. *#...*U :$:

l :..'i 'I0't 1 ,\t1{' AA.tot" threein9iths, ;,ill be.'tit'led* to< lif'1848;:nidi .y.hhlJ." .,., .Mrl.,31D/1" .' Carawell..y.1'a."R'S I ii Ga..PlrIart14.van' ; : .. ; f1 tG' Dih: $ ;SsJa:1:.' ifeeiniMtly.di'". 0 )Mar htt'lS4S-'h If". .' ,. r'1' *

sfciT;* t7frO ot p1rCl1fl.3jflfleI. tijnIT'A ; i :!: 't"'t.' ua.' \Villiam''oj' tressed'b:'-e kD r;debility, and .T'-
!r IHt ;rt.7H.4i : 01'.2 :;tl.d: AiR st :
.WAItSJ iJAWTONiaW "I : H T E D'i A.
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$ 'taken i R9VACTOff 0 : :1'P'1'D"' V: : ( A.tJC ION'EBR.tt: 11t1
; r 1.m h' : ..n f! g,c.: .! ctg. AND OkMISSIONiEUCflAiI I a."l a.j; U difScultie&'and havingknotra cajsrawieireypur" ij :
& :. Col '.B1aclCree1onida : t7cares' j :.' ::; --'IF CKSONYJI.LE\Jt"
,f, It' PiarlestpnS.| Ci" I'! ; .'Arfbuilcn k1mnl -: 1ri dicl ha ffected ; Jand. also ;
.1p {;TiP! tit"hi ii ih 1'fNEWS''; I. >mJLJ;'.'U.HH..t1.1E':1' "} !'iicarXjaxso .' ;lte5: ; Viig4t.' ,C.NewOr1: A'ns,1- l lD ndCd for si cl t S S Ihnve '1; :.Jjr8.u.u !iDAn1pnnqCtheCom
It ,. : .
: Fg1ri n t rM c Sf/ this cst bijsh t.:; fl ,.;o "TmlBT4G6; >:r:.Jj.M C V rtft, i. .11'.f.X* Oft A prh.t' 8481 1if't"U;11UIP.[ .. >gY a'. ;r d" td ScH ea"'I obtained bbttle'df ydnr"Extract, tO(8fld respectully solicited?,- ':;,, I? p'JI ;
t TwmT''N'd'' 'I'A'VT 11t J ;!Jacks6nvillef May 1 848.ys" > 1l.3
'of t no
riJYOr's & ;
t h .'. 1&I"J', Iki1g 8tiJC tiu .rH! .,m.i fom.m 1m" {1ii eapanllaitnd'I6lXowei1 fierecti6nsyougave ]
11 17"1 '
or ". 's cqCr91'5. 1. I'll rrmtJor. i J S'i ; ?U l J f aJ_. '. aJ- .'W.. 't-;.. ..J ".u..a.'iI .' ," .I..i't ie.' lila short period ft removed her gem 4: : HOMPSON'S .$r:-"ot"the tLw1 tr
}toruary 19 a.iS. J: ;1- fl. : ;.1'1. r .( F.Jt,! n # : 1 intl* na'V rl&ah $ 'rJ # tt
.J IH tt F.3rffKalilf.'JJl5fiernk1grateful rld !
; February 19.1848 jJM :".l42 sn ft l- .711... ea1) tt"" .N pl ,: .'Fi".. ,Jb. ,
X" 4'U lbl. .oe, "" I for.the bencfitr'Teceivedtitc .."A"pr" fil-...",,.".-.',0- 44" .J _' .l-'Ar.u .


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