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: August 5, 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 )
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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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:rs wfll be chtrerd for all announce'roflice. in Government istsat_ all, :the,power.must be looked ,for in the' j t't to many and 'important 'restrictions and and;was thus imposed bn the latter by superior. 'A
Oregon being Bunder consideration, the constitutional compact which binds these States conditions which the nUDoon'I.n opposition her strenuous' .
.. ,nature_ of absolute power 6 orts-?*
SiX Months, : i $10 00 question pending being on striking put the 12th together, in a federal Union: and I nowaskcan e xcindes. ? / The SOuth has never given her' anctlbhvto i ->. 'l'f
ced Crediton. t : 10 00 section, which prohibits Slavery therein. it be f found there t Does that''instrument -I ha, .lhe esrionjLXn.. .or assented-to the power it>asserted.; :She wit: 3 ,
Letters Administration will be Inserted 5 00 Mr. CALHOUN.addressed the Senate contain :any pmowhichgiycs ,the:North red to make,that the clause. in the constitution vpied(down, and, has ,.acquiesced in'an** .'i
a. notices gntui- lows as folt power to exclude the South from free admission .relied on by the Senator from New York so far &*rigementwhIch'sheh not had the power: .
: into the territories'of'the United slate8' from to reverse, and which she could not
1 comraunkxtlons will conferring absolute 'power of attempt tf*
: ; personal, ent.. There is a very striking ,difference between with his peculiar property; 'andto monopolize over the territory claImed by him government and d without\ diubingtbe'peacean1: harmony li1 ii',,0'

1 Job Printing;most be paid on the the position which the'slaveholding i d'n04alaTeholdmg them for its own exclusive use li; It it in"'fact othersyho agree with him, confers not a particle of the Union--to which she has ever been.adr'*) Hi 1
States stand'in reference to tile contains such power, expressed;',or,:.Implied it of governmental pbwer...Having'conclusivel versed "Acting on'this principle she permitted--* ;

I mast be addressed to [subject under consideration.: The former ,desire must be found in a specific grant, or.be inferred. ly established this, the long list precedents the territory Iowa tObe, formed jand the StaU;'> 1 t

: pU4j'I.paid. no action of the government; demand DO. 'b irresistible deduction. trom'some clear'and "cited by the Senator, prop up the power which t o admitted into the Union,under the,coatpromisewithout '-; m :

law togivethemanyadvaiitagein the territory acknowledged power. Nothing short of the one t he sought the clause, falls to the ground with objection ; 'and that is now-' \11';"
;;;;; TonI: about to be established;- are willing to leave it or- .{ her can overcome the strong pre ( the fabric whichheraised; X'am thus/exempted quoted by the Senator from'New York tbprov*: ...

.( .. 'te .t W...'... and other territories belonging to the IJhited. .tion'against it.; -- \ # ,u jt .. from the necessity of referring to them her'gurrenderof the' power..he.claims- l''Con : 't

: t. fg tTttt1tiNl Geamd.b- Et&tea.9tGaUtbeir citizens, so long. as they. That there is no specific grant may be Jnf erred .. ,and replying to them one by one. gresa *-,**'*,> rt1. Q :

II the action Dftlle next continue to be territories, ,and when they cease : beyond doubt, from the fact that ho One has But,there u one'precedent'referred'to by the I i To>dd tothe'stMngthOfthucliimj'the!z. avocatesofthepoe.boJd : U 1f.:

to be so, to leave it to their inhabitants to"form ever attempted to designate1 Instead that, Senator -unconnectedwith :theipowerjtandon'that up,the name ofJefferc*', .

the 12th ClauS of the.:th such governments as might suit them,'without :i it has been'assumed-taken;'for granted without Account requires pprticnlar notice Tlwfer. son In'I'-la"l";' uetg.so far si to.call-him tJi-':' .' '\ .

Constitution of this 'State, so. restriction of condition, except, that'Imposed a particle of proof ,that.Congress has,the to'the Ordinance,67. whi ,h was adoplftd< by 'author but ; of the so called Wi not Proviso,which is--:: l

, of the Circuit Courts shall by the constitution, as ajprerequisite for admission absolute right to govern the territories. Now, the old Congress of the confederation 'whiIe11o' a general expressionv of" a'power which, : J'h"

for a term of eight into the Union. In,short, they are iUing ;I co.ncede if it. oeain'ea1it1 possess'such power convention that framed the constitution was in 'the Missouri compromise is a ease of its applied ; ; J S
tion it'wd
J good behavior to leave the whole subject where the constitution -' it may exclude from the territories who or session, and about one year before its adoption : May"judge:by;tis UpthI n"of,tba.caseJ'What ; t'} j
and the .what they pleas and admit into them whoor and of the I his opinion was of the principle in ":
Be it enacted by the. Senate and great fundamentaf principles course on very eve_ of the expiration stead of 2 :i
$ of the Sate of Florida. of government place it. Onthe contrary,- what they.please; and of course, may exercise of the'old confederation Againt'iti introduction being the author tthfiproot" be;!1 ."W :

$ CDnmt *, That the 12th the pon-elaveholding States instead of :being the power claimed by the North,to exclude the' I might object that:the actof Congress of; ing hostile in''its to favor, 'no one could be dote deadly $ 1

Article of the Constitution of willing to leave it on this broad and equal foundation South from them. But.I again'repeat,'where is the confederationcannot rigiitfullyfor'mprece. il"In'a letter addressed to the Elder'Adamsin .t'

unended as to read as follows demand interposition of the>government -' this absolute power to be found ?' All admit dents for.this government; but I waive that., .1 These, 181 Sf,iitanswer' to one from him, he: \u %i.l j

expiration of the present term, and the, passage of an act to exclude the I that there is uo,such specific: grant of power.f waive also,the objection'thafthe'act""con' to us.the Missouri remarkable expressions in reference 21 i''J
citizens of the I then, it exists at all it must.be inferred from summated wh n'th.lt : question sn*>>?
Judges of the Circuit Courts slaveholding States from emigrating government wasrwt ,rfr- '"The ., '.
hereinafter mentioned the with their property into the territory.in some such power. I ask where. is that to be -, and could hardly bet'tconsidered.umpo* 'banks'; bankrupt law; manufactures '

and the I order to give their citizens and those they may found 1 The Senator from 'New'Yorkbehind mentis., ,I waive also the fact that the.OrdinancessumCd Spanish. treaty- are nothing. These areoecur.' 511
, Supreme.lurt Judges me, (Mr. ) points to the clause in the Constitution a the and rences;which, like wavesin, a stormwjii *
., sbairbe elected fora term permit, the exclusive right of settling it, while Put roor a compact, }was adopted under the But* '. past :'J'
shall hold'their offices for i it remains in that condition, preparatory to'subjecting which provides that "Congress shall when only:'eight States were*presentr when breaker ship 'the Miisoiiri question.: iyu; !

removed under the :. it to like restrictions and ave power to dispose of and make all needful the articles confederation 'requir'ed*nin@: toform a on which we Idee'the3isouricoun.. \ i\
this sooner Constitution for the pro when it becomes a State. The 12th of and Tcgulations'respecting' the territory compacts. waive also the fact, that Mr.. try'by'revolt. and what," more God only knows.71
address remo-and this bill is intended to assert and maintain this and other property belonging Ito the United Madison declared, the act was without. shadow of: understand!h laU force of the& prese't 1t;
r'P'! or impeachment; I demand non-slaveholding, StateS while States." Now I undertake to affirm and maintain constitutional authority; and shall'proceed'to ions it must be borne in;;mind thai 'tnVques-
ot or other reasonable tions It
beyond the of show froni the of its r the'great and. .1/,..
possibility "exciting"
not be sufficient ground for it remains territory, not openly or directly, doubt that so far history adbpti nthat'itcannot political questions of the .:
Governor shall remove any but Indirectly, by extending the provisions of from conferring absolute power to govern the I justly be considered of any binding; decided. The'banks and day bn whKh'parties''; i
territories it confers no force. >ankrnpt "had?
address of of the the bill_for establishing the Iowa territory to governmental power '. ;:
two-thirds JODg'.beenso.
Prorided. horcever That the this, and by ratifying the acts of the infor- whatever; no, not a particle. It refers exclusively Virginia made the cession of the. territory been called ; or tW.sinco'' :t 't:

shall; be stated length, in such mal and self-constituted government,of Oregon, to territory, regarded simply as public north of the Ohio,and lying between it and. the a'subject of the.protective tariff' was at the lime ":
which among others contains one prohibiting lands. Every word relates to it in that character Mississippi and'the lakes, in 1784. It now contains great excitement,as was the Spanish -" ;i.3i
the Journals of each
on, That the the introduction of slavery.) It thus in reality and is wholly inapplicable to' it' considered the States of Ohio,'Indiana, Illinois'Michigan treaty ceded that JS the treaty,by'which. Florida* ''iJ
further, cause was to the Union and
in 'any other character but as Wisconsin anda considerable by which the Western -
notified to the inten- adopts what is culled the Wilmot Proviso, not property.' very extent i4
Judge so Take the expression "disposed,of" with of north boundary between Mexico and the,United' ;
and he shall be admitted to only for Oregon but as the bill now stands, for whichit territory lying of the latter. Shortly States settled r. ;
was from the Gulf of
New Mexico anctCalifornia. The amendment begins. It is easily understood what it means after the cession committee of three was raised Mexfeoto* l
own defence before any vote when applied to lands and is the and bf which Mr.-Jefferson one. the Pacific 'Ocean. All these
the ; was xciting'"I"
shall pass: and in such cases on contrary, moved by the Senator from proper They reported questions of the day Mr.J' ,
natural expression regarding the territory in an ordinance :for the establishment'of a*- :
taken and and Mississippi, near me, [Mr. Davis] is intended to nothing to the* r :
by compared Missouri
yea nays
of each House assert and maintain the. position of the slave- that character,when the object is to confer I the.territory, containing among other provisions looked on'all onmpremis'He : ,1'M
respec- holding States. It leaves the territory free and right. to sell_or"make, other dispositi, of it.- ole, of which Mr.:Jefferson was the author,, gitive and,to his them:as in their nature-fu.*'. .r "i
use Own forcible
enacted That the open to all the citizens of the United States, But who ever heard' the'expression, applied to excluding slavery from the territory after the'y "would; off : expression] ?. j .
Judges pass' under-theship of.,Statelika-
this amended Constitution and would overrule if adopted, the act of the government?' And possible meaning can ear 1800. It was reported to Congress; but waves in'a storm.77 Notv6 that : w;
self-constituted territory of Oregon and the it have when so applied Take the next expression this provision was struck out On the question I" It question; :41.0'(
lot iuto four classes. The was a breaker on which it
by was destined to be
"to make all needful rules and of striking out Southern .
12th section, as far as it relates to the subject. regu- every present stranded and "
hold his their office offices his name"is
or or lations." These voted in favor it ; 'yet Quoted'by tho i '
'two second for the under consideration. We have thus fairpre regarded separately might, indeed of ; and what is more striking, incendiaries of'the 'f1 t
1 Yctthe sented the grounds taken by the non-slavehold- be applicable to government loose every Southern delegate voted in the same way;' and the author presentdajf" in Support'ofp:: '-it t **:
the third for the term of six as
of proviso 'whIch
ing and the slaveholding States, or as I shall L sense; but they are never so applied in the con' Mr.Jefferson alone excepted. The ordinance give ind finite '' :l fl
for the term of duthelxtjn
eight years. call them for the sake of brevity the Northern stitution. In every case where they are used in I was adopted without the provision.. At'-the: fatal 'tothis $?$ ':|V'
n3te by the Constitutional ma- it they refer! to., next session Rufus member'of question to all the territories I. It way % ?
House and Southern States, in their whole extent for property, things,; or some Kmgthen; a theold compromised the 4t'
22 1S47. Passed the < next.year the
such the rules bf of adoptioaJoC: *
prOcesS ;
discussion. .as. court; or the i Congress'moved a-proposition, very mud / thelintfto' fi '
which have'ef
by the Constitutional ma- Houses Congress for the government of their in' the same shape of, thfr-sixth article (that I n'ed ?.HplBMs1 ::4i:5t4'of i

6'. 18.J8.] The. first question which offers itself for con. proceedings, but never to government which which excludes slavery),iii the ordinance as.itnow'Btands ; nelong'member; of ttui bodyj 1rho't'Qti. J :i'
sideration is Have the Northern States for the "i .
the measurej'addressed
6m : al.ways.implies persons to be governed. lint ifthere.should 'with the exception of itSprovisa letter to Mr;Jef j1
power which they clajm, 'to exclude the'South- be It 'referred : :. ferson, nc1osmg :.cojy ofjbisfspeethwitlie1occasion. S t,
any..doubt ,in this case, the was a committee,> but there was 11
:No1'ICE. era from,emigrating i ,freely with their, *' *' .It .drewVout-;aa aJaswer rfibm- him
property ,WON immediately fo1lowin. ,. 1ii "restricts I no action en it. A committee\'f'was"inoved the which $'.r
after date, we the subscribers, into territories belonging to the United t them to m\ki g'ruleS and regulations: ting next or subsequentyear,-Which reported without 1 ought tojbe treasttred up in the heart of :t.
States and wh isttSTheeiinitr .
the Pro- I to monopolize them for their exclusive the and other or1 Mr.' every ian &d1tajnstj '
to the lion. Judge of territory property of the United including noticing'- King's'proposi Ilrr
totionsU.is brief. I '
I benefit ? will send .
County for Letters of Adminis- States,",must effectually expel it. They restrict tion. Mr.'Dane'was amember that commit'' :, it to the See-- : r '
to be
;! ; t'1te of Joseph Bergalloi&tcof It is, indeed, a great question. I propose to' their'meaning beyond the possibility of tee and proposed provision the'same as that: r not tar be read The than time:in of the Senate can*> 'ii ltj,

discuss it calmly and dispassionately. 1 shall]I doubt to territory regarded as property. in.the ordinance as it passed, but the committee > .bettV'OCCUPled. <'To listening to itt> &> : .

DOMINGO ACO T.A, claim nothing which does not fairly and clearly' ; But if it were possible for doubt still to exist,- reported without including it., Finally'anoth*' -v. Joha'Hoimes.'k",!',1"<".,
belong to the Southern States either committee raised at the head. MoNTictLt4-AJril 2; ISSa' ', ...
JOHN A. CAVEDO. as members another and conclusive argument remains to er was of which- 'I thank dear \ \
Fla. July 1:. 1848. 6t of this Federal Union, .r appertaining to show that the framers of the constitution did I was Mr.Carrington,.:of Virginia and of.which been so kind you as, to send sirfor the copy yon'havef i'Jf

them in their separate and individual character not intend to confer.,by this clause governmental Mr.Dane 'was also' a member.. That committee on 'the-Missouri rne'ofthe letter to your'constituents j rt
's Notice. ; nor shall I yield anything which belongsto powers. refer to the clause in the constitution reported without including the amendment' perfect justification: to "question;; Jtisa' 11
them in either I influenced him. Mr. them: JI had for a Ions
previously moved I
capacity. am which delegates the of exclusive proposed by Dane time
having qualified Admin- power ceased to
xl1a neither by sectional nor party considerations. 1- his proposition which was adopted and the read'riewspapers or'pa&D1{. : m
the Estate of the late Robert legislation to Congress over this District, and tention.public affairs confident
If I know I would of the committee thus amended becamethe they wereingoodbandsandconteuttbeapengejj l
is hereby given to all 'I myself, repel as promptly any "all places purchased the consent of the legislature report ,
aggression of the South on the North, as i of the State in which the be ordinancoof'87. M -
( Leg*tecs,and Distributees same may bark to the shore from which I am not distant,
) demands against said es- would any on the part of the la.tteron, the for-, for the erection of forts, magazines arsenals: It'may be inferred from this brief historical But i 'momentous stionrlikea (Jtt".
qu fire bell
mer. And let me add I hold the obligation to and other ." Th; sketch that a ?r.J :
them, properly authenticated. duck-yards, n .buildings. theordin4nc&'ws compromise the night awakened and filled me with terror.
repel aggression to be not much less solemn, therein referred to' embracedby I between,the Southern and orthernStates' ofwhich I ) :
prescribed by law. to the Sut. places are clearly. I ,. :' considered 'at once u the knell bf-
post paid or this notice will I than that abstaining from making aggression; the expression, ."other property belonging "the terms were .that 1a'Very'should be iOn 'It is hushed indeed'fottKe" nlbinent theUnJ \ : ;
of their recovery. and that the party which submits to it when iiI: to the United States," contained in the clause excluded' from territory up n!'eonthtion nth fugitive this' is.a reprieve only ,not a" final,n:ei1ci.But ij" \I:

JAMES A. PEDEN, Adm'r. can be resisted, to be not much less guilty I I have just considered. But it is certain, that slaves,.who might take refuge'in the territory A geographical line coinddingwitll 'marked-- rii lt

July 15. 184S. 8w responsible for consequences thau that which if it had been the intention of the framers of should be delivered up to their owners,' principle, moral and political once'Conceived a :: i: ;
makes it. Nor do I stand on party grouu&I'm the constitution, confer governmental powers stipulated in the proviso of the 6th article and held up to the of ; lor ttt:
What I shall say in reference to J over such places by that clause, they never of the ordinance! It is manifest'from 'hit"hibeen never be obliterated angry j and passions men,' 1'l
!* Notice. every irritation *'
shall say entirely without reference to the Presidential would have it stated that South new :. .J :f
interested in the Estate of delegated by this. They were incapable the was .'unitedly I' will mark it deeper and deeper. .lean '
noti election. I hold it to be infinitely higher of doing a thing so absurd. But it is obstinately opposed the provision when fiwt with conscious that say- fUlIt1: ;

1st day Miller of, January are hereby, 1849, I L than that and all other question3 of the,day.I equally certain, if they did not intend to confer moved; that proposition of,Mr. King, with earth who would truth'sacrifice there more is than not a I maiionth would' :; J. 1
shall direct my efforts to ascertain what is such them could.not have in out oviso wiis in like resisted iJ 1f.
thep ,
accounts and vouchers as Ad- power over they manner by. to relieve us from this heavy reproach in
constitutional, right, andjust, under a thorough tended it Over territories. Whatever was conferred the South, as.may be'inferred from its entire practicable The any ( J
the Hon. of Probates in cession
to Judge way. of that kind of .
conviction that the best and of 1 !
only way putting the words want'of success and that it' ucier I ,
in reference could
; be
and for Alachua for final settlement by same to one ; property.(for soit is misnamed is
. County, a ) a
ud discharge from the further administration an end to this, the most dangerous of al!' must have been intended to be conferred in reference brought to agree to it until the provision for: which' would not cost me a second bagatelle f
questions to bur Union and institutions, is to to the other and the The the .delivery in thought/if &,r.
cfsaid estate anil shall a distribution reverse. opposite up of-fagitiveslaves was i1icorporated that way general emancipation-and ; .
pray adhere rigidly to the constitution and the Dictates would be in it. But it is well understood expat 1'
tI rcor. JOSIAH 8ECKINGER, Adni'r.wnaniviUe supposition absurd. ,But, it : that a: riation could be.dectedj.an, gradually and

: July 1st 1848. 6m oljustice.With may be asked, why the term'territory was omitted compromise involves, lot a surrender, but sire .with due sacrifices, think. it. might be.,, But .i;!;

3 -a 1nn_---n ,jj|?,v Jf pi _-j,_- these preliminary remarks, I recur to in the'delegation of exclusive legislation to ply a.waiver of the right or power* and hence' as it31s'we, have'the wolf by the.ears j(and ws 4 a t
STATE OF FLORIDA : I the question. Has the North the power which: Congress over the places enumerated? Very in the case.of individuals, it.is a well established can neither hold him nor lei him" Justice 31 "w

. it claims under the 12th section of this bill 1 I satisfactory reasons may, in my opinion, be as .legal principle,.that an offer to ,settle J)11 is hi.one scale and preservation in go.the other 1<: *;

COUNTY OF DUVAL.To I ask at the outset, where is the power to be signed. The ,former were limited to places lye compromise a litigated clainij is ,no evidence Of one.thing I am certain, that AS the. ]0J:.f t.

all to nhom these Presents shall comet found Not certainly in the relation, which leg within, the limits and jurisdiction of thI against the,just ce.of.. .the .claim on the side.of of free slaves from one State to,another passage would fV J H
. Grm Ag:- 'the Northern and Southern States stand to States, and the latter to public land lying bee the party making it.., The South,_to her honor, not make a slave of.a single Kuman belrig who jpflJj/*$"*

1T4ilFJtA5: Lawrence Ryan has this da r. each other. They.are the constituent parts or youd both., The cession and purchase of' has observed,with fidelity her engagements would not 'be,so without. so.their'diffusioa ifJIy 1t.
'. applied to me for Letters of Administration members of a common federal Union; and as former, with' the.consent of the State withinwhich der this compromise; .in proof of whichIap-i over a greater surface would nukfl them diF- r W -j|

. ef all and singular the Goods Chattels, such, are equals in all respects, both in.dignity; they might.be'situated, did not,olst the peal to the precedents.citedby the Senator from vidually
Right and Credits which were of George and rights, as is declared by all writers.on governments sovereignty or jurisdiction'6f the Stat 'The;.] New ror ,)Dtend ,by him .to establish the the! accomplishment their eifaridpition,by.

Church late of said county,deceased- founded on such Union; and 'as,may still'remained in the State,' the.United'States fact uof.her acquiescence in"the.ordinance.:.1 ad L* dividing the:burden' 6n"a.. greater' number of %i'2"'xl 3.1

These therefore to CITE and admonish all I be inferred from arguments'deduced from their acquiring only the title to the place. ',1 ,, therefore mit that she acquiesced hit he.se'vera1* acts: coadjutors.; 'An abstinence", too,from.tIna act

t&d tingalar the next of kin and creditors of nature and character. Instead, then, 'of affording became, necessary to; confer on Congress, of Congress to carry- it into effect; tint the. enator power,''.ould.remOTa: the jealousy; excited'by orr.flt|i fi3 .

wa deceased,to shew cause before me on or before any countenance e or authority: in !.favor-,of by.express delegation, the,.exercise bf exclusive :, I .is,mistaken in,supposing thatit. is.proof of the undertaking o'fingress'-.to.,regulate the ''
the second Monday in August next ensu- the power, the relation in which they" stand to pow'er'of legislation"over'this1'District,and a surrender, on her part, of the power over the condition of,thedifferejit descriptions of men ,1K1j

1D& why said application should not be granted; each other furnlsh'es a 'strong presumption against such places,'in"order to carry but"the bjed' I 1 territories which,.he,claims tYorCongf'swtNo, comA .State;-TbU certainly 4s the ex- i.. V;

Mherwise Letters of Administration as afore it. Nor can.it be found the fact.that purchase and cession. It:was.simply rin L- : she'neTer has, and .1 trust never will, make elusive right of.every /,.h1cJr'JtOtJdDi ia :IH Wil1: !

*.ud will issue to said Laurence By n. the South,holds property in slavea.7That, too, tended to withdraw them from under the legislatures i such surrender: Tnsteadfbf. that, it is conclusive -. the constitution has taken from1 them>and given 1 rM
I : j'iil&
Witness my name and the seal of this fairly considered, instead affording any,'au: of the 'respective- Stales within which proof of her fidelity'to her engigementI. to the Geaerali Government. Conld Congress &JKiI&t.

(.. Court this third} (3rd) day of July A.D. thority for the,power, 'furnishes,a,strong presumption t. might lie] and substitute that'of Congress I She: haneyer.atteinte4to set li I: foTjexample'say: that the non-freemea; : :of Connecticut *1l'H' ,
oaa, thousand eight hundred and forty against ;it. .Slavery :existed Jin,the in its placey subject"to'the restrictions of the nance'j'br t d Erie the territeryand, the States shall be freemen/t1theyshallnotemigr'ateLintoanother'State

bpL South.when the constitution.was.framed, fully constitution and.the objects forwhiIEthepla; ? I' erected within its limitsjofany right or advaBtageitjwas ? 'I'regret that .r.\1 J

WILLIAM F. CRABTREE, to the extent.in p'porti o ',,to their population ces were acquired, leaving,"as,I, have said,, the int nded*t' o ter.\,''But-I regret I'am'_now.to, die in the belief that the nselesff ;'1" 11"

Judge Probate Dural County. as it does at this time It is the only property; sovereignty still in the State in'which.. 'they are th S.-t'mnch'cannot'be said in favor of the,'fidelity sacrifice i of themselves ,by' the:generation: f .t .

July 8, 1848. fit' recognized by it; the-only,one that:,entered into aitihteJ,'but obeyance.5 as far as it extends tolegislation. with which' has,been observed'on their 1776, to acquire sAlf overinnent and- happiness; ( '!J.
its formation as apolitical, element both. in ,I ** '?- -. -A1" ? '-*#*?* *;
NOTICE. the adjustment of the relative weight of the ,-Thus,;in the case of this .District, since the UUnois-be.. itsatd"W h r1'hon r-rl'ev ?otJler and unworthy .passions of their .son ; 4Jq "

'C IX MONTHS after date,I shall present my Stares in the government,andinthe apportionS retrocession,Virginia.of the,part beyond e, State. u__ ..eiecLecl.0 .. _ithirf"itS, ,, 'Y' IIIIts" havepursued. a" and ,that, or/only 'consolstionris be. that i ..L jP' ,
Li. accounts and vouchers as Executor of ment of direct tax uj,and the:only; Potomac,'th'e's vereignti stillcontinues, in Maryland course'and" adopteq.tasures" which have rendered livenott&weepover itl) Jftfre/Wbttld-Wflispassionatoly r'
"' ate of James B. Roberts, deceased to put under"the'express'juarantee:of: "
Judge of Probate of this county, for settlementw ; It Is well k own to all conversant witfithe'history ] very different!inireference toi territories- lying up fagitive)1 ie(l LtoryrISC JiSin' a1, against an abstract principle morelikely t4

allowance by him; ant the same-time, IjMilapply ; of'the,' formation-,and: .ifilpption'of as they do, beyond,the.limits and jurisdiction I .'be'aa'exception'jas she has just entered to be 'effected;'by.nriioa than, b.Tseisai ,.th'Y j?

to tothe.said Judge or Court; for a the constitution, that the South was Very jealrbus I ofall..the StLtiL, The..;UmtedTStates.'posseajnot the Unlon >andhasi.hardly/'had time wscharge from my Executorship of the 1n ref rence to this prbpertjr,1 that it ebnst. 'simply the'right'of ownership': over hem : ied:2ditd The hav gon.farther, and; suf act*of;'suicide:orf nbemSelves, and of:treason

te of said James Roberts, deceased. tuted'one of,the'difficulties,(_bOth ot.ita,formal but that ofandhenoe exclnsive'dominioil and soverelgntyj fe .to form combinations, ,with- i against the hopes the-world., TJ01IrIe1t, '

JOHN ROBERTS,Executor r of the Uon and.d ptio 1;and thatJt ;wduld not have it.was not neeessaryito .exelud..thepowerof but an-'effort:tb'suppress thernfo-? the purpose I' the faithful advocate or.the Union-tender. the

last Will& of Jaa,'B.Roberts.. dee., assented to other J b dthconYCntiU1Tref i .**i the,States tojegislate ;over them, bx of*enticing*itnd. *"sedudnglthelslaves leave offering. of my higlrs&e aid respect "

APril 22, 1848. 6m. .. to. allow; to it its Uue,weight'in The government, delegating the. :exercise of,exclusivelegislationto'Congresi their masters,and to nytbem into.Canada, b6 TBOXAS j---*U03 \
'theu the'const lt would have'been :act of str- reach QCour.1ft.wsD. opei yjtolaiion, Mark "
inuder an : yonie
1 *" *" "* "" **1" *" S or to place guarantee his"prophetfc words! Mark his .
Sewing tution. N cm tfyttWgo : : pererogation. It be"properi'toremark'in: not "only"of the&stipulati6ns bf the ordinance, found reasoning! "" "pro.
LADIES'Black Filet Mitts; Long d04 ..* may >
.Misses Hose; Tbr id.1ace 'Button the.terrdonesjl.llo,. ., ., *n m' 'ctIwiU.: pc' t thiiconnectionthatthe. powcr.ofxC14eI5-! t but of tnVconstitution'itselt1 J 5If T xpress iqy- f.l fit fibs question is h1UhedfJriM iiozt

!; Bohhins;' Cunbrict; White LinetiJwl into' particulars in this'respect,,atrthis. 4 stagem gislation conferred :in these .cases ,n st jiot be. self stronglyisrnot- for.the purpose of.-pro- But this is reprieve oWy- t'sjailetaici'&phIca1

;Swiss Edging Figured Bobinet;Mosquito Of, the, S:''.'S Bl ij[: ) \v the fcommon 1iole con/buhd ;wtbrjfifpowerotion. sLut..I8 ducin-g pitementbtth tqd"the-aJtention.ot 'IleoIne1aingwftlE&'m&zkd
; LtIt b1"2. .Su> t.
4Se iLie r the :
<* Children'syi freibebypurchase outf; .:'T". TKejiirV very differ nt..b1flgSsttrS Myabect principle moral and .
Shell ,
; Side Comb;Dressing do; Jl'as ibU ; :. I i t 1 m & Jtt d I pblitica V: l cocdEedavd,
,., Gents L. B. Cotton Shirts; ..Bleached fan dS (aU'aeSwes u itJ&' .10 true that.. ...tiS,.. 'flpr67uglliat. : y t. j the bottom::and held tip tothcojigry'pteti ( -cf't trill*erer.

JJ* B >wn Shirtings Os burg 'De III1 aDd ,astheNortorbanis.ndmutuaL8ae' .of, ei- .,.,,,-,.', ,-, ,. .>.. :.. .': as'a-surgeottprobis-4 J.oJ1is. biys ; be obliterated; endJncrfiei*irritation will Stark '
Btlipts y 'and" oneywhicbInstc340c; any 9.n iJAti H'j' open."ouOtGC3UA3 J$1Qt it'dfJ.f fJt anrl *) ** acl "*.
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,'iJ! !: it ut that.teregarded tho compromise linens iTJACKSONV ,|f 9 pTS,:184DBOIOGBATIO 1 Llong t sJncejbera? perolfe&that t. Gen. TAYLOR 'ANY OTBE$ rORTfON ;,THATlf A TARIFF FOR REVENUK baveth'1i ?'bl'tij'i trl4i6,. th'it .

t t. I t utta1fthaauate: to arrest tliaf fatal course i I supported***Wtt1i** e Nortbffor' diametrically the'op- I! CAIKBE sq Aj6jusTEDiisTO| AFFORD PROTECTION r spqcj9!;r.r ".?tu3l*i?w :eemjt"HS* .
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.4 ,i .":;. of events. which. his keen, sagacity anticipated : ; posite reason 1ia.t his aftEe South In thefreejjtates.theWhig .Wira TlNFRlNGINis TlHlS FRINCIFLE IT IS 4 f jJl,bf3 r :

tt I' ) 1 tromthe., Question. It, was but a repTiefe. boady9cathi!, FOLITIO AND PROPER?-THAT WAR IS..A NATIONAL he 01C s3Bas u.t'TtZif..1'AYI.9"
nJu *; tl'ZL
''nb* ltft :< !
t tt .l :.;. t1edeep1.melancho'e,. impression which. election hi* daimonie ground that nis C ALAMIT11ADrAS SUCHj ALWAYSTO f t''ouUaortJ f
< 1 ;urge ,
d.v' 6i..t
'r ." it made on lus JDln i it WHEN IT CAN BE, CONSISTENTLY WITH THE NATIONAL '.0"tihtr...
.' :t" '3 regret thatI am to die in the belief that I 01 availability"Win ) Waggery4 into power, WELFARE AND THAT'\.THE RIGHT TO ENGAGE f ? t'll: !. a. ."

..f.1; 'it, the useless sacrifice of.themselves by the'generation : .' : and.;that 'when once*in:"power'the::Northern ,IN-IT, I&VESTEfl.ZOX1LTUZ. -_ PRESIDENT,'BUT J THATRuToN 1iS :
r of 1776 to ncquife eelf goTernment'andhappiness NOMINATIONS., .SOLELY IN CONGRESS. 'iJftfiOi hi '" "
fromtheir .trl\
t'h : > .. 10J 'f Whi.'will.haTe it4 their. | owa way '
A f .
4 '. for themselves is to be thrown -.9 ---.w. } **-* ? -* '**' ; 11\
r ;r away in"Congress and from the itflat' Wjfrdb1bim, the man must'nacO LLObB5bttnr. 'edbl .U .R
,.. majonty .
,1. A'l, the unwise and of their "- a. .
; by unworthy passions a-s tr-Ktfiia-iijitntni vmiji> f* cDis"{'hi.l >
t dr
FOIL PRESIDENT THY UNITED STATES: : ; ;dib he veto no .1 l'rio t lJ ltirii rrr60lfitrons.1Viththlf U fri'Iat n .t
t"'J that consolation is to be that TAYLOR .. ,,, : .
{ only JJ1'1.t
; sonSj'ahd my. : i ji.j. J' #JW ,t -, :' I live'hot to weep over it." LEWiS'tAas: : In the South oh the contrary he is merely.eu :cxceptIon'o/ tti; Inte II1jrUYeTinLS' weassent't6 nrs. red*1*1 ,

: .' '.: ;:; Can any one believe, after listening to this tP' r.UCWG N. logized for,hi* ict rles"his White:H me.. ".a every'word'of-the abofe. At length he wasatf AboHUonistranTd farii.i'J:.. Wi

,, :,' letter, that Jefferson is, the author of the so- '. little more grape,"'and his residence ns'slave.holdingState. .. we'have Obtained':some un'deritandirig of whiiVhiggtrf n aaueu-iraihy K
'. : called Wilmot Proviso,or ever favored it? And 4 < "' 'j" pabliihedTOlCTifiOongMs.isSK
4 l ;: advoiate'sp-Duvalicouhty: Whiggery;:
I', 4' 1 jet there are at this time strenuous efforts making t .J, /( .: .
". ..:tt .it in the North to form a purely sectional WILLIAM 0.= BUTLER Now..if, this question of slavery
v, 4: .'1 party on it,and that toot under the sanction of OF 'KENTUCKY.FOR .settled before :the Presidential election,it will this resolution' Probably there is hot another- pta-publish ufn s!ssjsagir

;.'' :.. '.. .. those who profess the highest veneration for re 11'be perceived that"TtYL OK''wifi. have hoclaim'upon co tyIn the''whole"Uhion'where a Whig meel lution inVjt'onttIi&! Jio' tor"
: ': liia character and But I must i1
principles speak :O "
}p d."iti oI -
." '..i the truth: while 1 vindicate.the memory of Jefferson GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA:. : Southern Democrats 'beyond his lug would_have adopted it. This is pretty cfeTid ':'T t A a.s_ follows- 7 -;**f4 Q

:= ." from so foul a charge, I hold he is notblameless GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.'FOR victories and his White Horse,,which .is .of,. nce that the'wire.- ulIers.i DUTal, know l f" lf i Sftaf Tial thia'" G r tnf i;.'4'' .

'.' .t, ," .V in reference to this subject He committed course no claim at all there being several other that their snppor era'whp.b ork'inthe'fiddj; are: rDD1 tiotbDJ1 .!powe: Qd, : tte ,

". ":.,..::t a great error in inserting the provision Generals in'our'army'who have equally distinguished Democrats .at hear, .andrthat .thel. ean only, Constitution of the United 8tat Cqg. ,
4 for the Mo
he in the he jurisdiction
;.-; did plan reported government CONGRESS: whatever O'er
: : : was. It was the first blow-the first essay "to WILLIAM P. DUvAL. White Hor c&, Thus, the great aim of his nomination So you adv cat 'a. strictiy .
i., :3 !:! -draw a geographical line coinciding with a the obtaining of Southern Democratic How long have you dbnes6jtis)! .about two! \ i. :
marked moral and It originated U.PlO&r, daUot
political. '
.' jib principle, FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS votes will have been defeated; In the North since __
\ years you were defeatedCon( *this.very, 1 led
.: ;. with him in philanthropic but mistaken I tavOri
'I Ift;. views of the most dangerous character, as I GEO. R. -FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. the passage of. the Bill will produce a different. point in ,Congress. Then yon had been spending _' : utrag t slT4baed t.OI1J'1'n.ura4'beea1

n, ?ii-i.. shall show in the sequel. Others, with very CHARLES H. pUPO pfGadsden. effect The ,question of slavery being left. to the people's money;;In'endeavonn"fo'teep': : ':publ! jn partul trieDt "'::1.:
c >1 different feelings and views, followed, and have be decided the Constitution the the : r, thus or n i'\1-.
by Whig party Protective : ing
Jackson up system ptbi >utdC
'. JOHN MILTON of County ',inent1onthenieofhigborse.
:, given to it a direction and impetus,. which, if r .. )itt
will be bereft of battle At the North it iron will .
'". "tat; not promptly and efficiently arrested, -will end : a cry. of. a.'d fraude&peopletorethe grasping -- .n 'J "
_ .:t.'.I 't). in the dissolution of the Union and the destruction NOTICE.At is now 'c Taylorand Free, 1J' It can only be hand of tli e manufacturer from thir purse: !: ,t t'rein ll t i, t b

,' < of our political institutions. Taylor and his White Horse "if the And 'at'ihb'Aa'ar I red-thatr 1e
questionis ,- FILLMORE
a meeting of the Democratic Executive 'f ;endeay9rIngt91tetyour IS accused f'beingan
{ ;J. 1 have I trust established beyond controversy ;* uij
taken out of the hands of Moreover ,
'. .'t' that neither the ordinance of 1787, nor theMissouri Committee for Duval county, ifwat unanimously Congress ; Whig Congress. ,
: .':.:: 'compromise, nor the precedents growing resolved that the Democrats of the county be by not". obtaining Democratic' votes at the. ;in'order to saddle uS-with, 'another protective 'South,1hoeo P"1I1'O guilyAiheno of"&i .
of them the authority Mr. Jefferson South they foresee certain defeat.t. Hence the Tariff 'intliatingJ.sllpjifedtd tAe'jTlt oj'q ,
.i.. ; .; f;ir: out nor : recommended to hold a County Convention, for *' *raotions-8nppr
'. !-t' furnish evidence whatever, to prove determination of d Ii lvi tb ;
any the Northern members of Congress An
:- .'::, that Congress possesses the power over the territory the nomination of candidates for Member of ingenious scheme,.truly J! ,You.establish'one son that It stands ac ltte"if" _

t :; ..ir: ,claimed by those who advocate the 12th the House of Representatives in the next Gen to prevent the passage of the Bill. set of principles in Maine and Massachusetts 'heartless and poundltM charge, Diade 1ki

I' '\.,. : section of this bill. But admit, for the sake of eral Assembly, on Saturday the 26th day of Such being the prospects of the Federal partyin another in. Pennsylvania and Ohio, andyet MILtARDFILL3IOj:!' ,(.: J V I,

,. .i' a.- :," argument,that I am mistaken, and that the ob: August, at Jacksonville. It is suggested that case the bill should pass at the present session another in Florida and Louisiana. Like'the Well' ,- !. 'suppose" they"did suppresf.'i fti''or
.::. : I have urged against them are ground it." .
.: ; jections : : :3W not h> 1\ '
'. the Democrats of the several their leaders in Congress in solemn chamelion, your color changes according to the DI : DAfSj.ild. -
I : :. r. I:: less; give them all the force which can be precincts should caucus &Jai
vote for
: it
-' ;. -"*;& claimed for precedents, and they would not have hold early meetings and should appoint full assembled, came to the determination to defeat tree yon are perched en. .y ou subdivide your in company with FU.LXoa 21d1i: ',
.* >: .*" .; the weight of a feather against the strong presumption delegations to this Convention, in order to secure the bill The vote already taken in the principles in every county of a State; until the: not week since OJ )DINGS reitera the':":

!'t -r/t:" -'.Jr'. showed to which opposed I, at the to the outset existence of my remarks of the, a full expression of the popular wilL Senate shows that 13 out of 20 Whig Senators I mind becomes bewildered and'is*lost' :in the intricacy doctrine- in Congress' : But. "hndOt. ". l'. j

Or. .*";r"' *.-;:: pbwer. Precedents, >eveu in a court of justice By order of the Committee. voted against it. It will readily be anticipated L of conflicting opinions. and paradoxes. mount to. :Would this .be atiou "co p1 1_'j.!

-I: :'f.t; can have but little weight except where the law CHAS. BYRNE, Secretary. that with the present Whig majority 'in' ,the without. number! :. of.a heartless and groundless cLarp1..

.....'A is doubtful, and should have little iu a deli bel- House, and with such Southern- -Whig- Representative We are happy perceive'that the Whig lead Swnst. ropiKGS. : Ahd ns Fiiia6B; voted"wft
:'.} ; .ative body in any case on a constitutional question GIDDLNGS ADAMS :
: ": i' it ; and none, where the power to which it WHO ARE THE ENEMIES THE SOUTH? as Mr. CABELL, of Florida, any abolition ers are frightened, out 'support ot ''the'r ; and the notorious;S ':

;'. : .::?;; has been attempted to trace it does not exist, as Through the kindness of a friend at Washington 'Whig enormity will find favor with'those old exploded doctrines, but this seems to'apply throughout, upon the. Athertonhow. 1 S

'. ;;:''.i I have shown, I trust, to. be the case in this in we are enabled to announce to our readers who are at all times ready to sacrifice every- only to Duval county Whiggcry.' If the rank is FILLMORE'any the less an litio*.;

.: ;f.;; :, ':,. *stance. the gratifying intelligence of the passage in thing to party and to "availability." and file. Whigs of this county are such good than they are. '. :t. 'k '1> .;
while I that the clause
; But, deny relating to But
,r, uI the Senate of the New Territory bill It passedon We Democrats we shall expect.their votes for-C : 1 as'the' ." Whig jourpuls are gftlinxiottj
: ; : the territory and other property of the United are disgusted,-humiliated. We are disgusted 4' .' '. ,* ASS* *' 3 T"t' "";* **f* ff"*
II' .:: .::\\ States, confers any governmental, or that Congress the morning of the 27th ult. at 8 o'clock, after at the mean and grovelling spirit which, and BUTLER and for DUVAL* '. : thowtbathe: voted, 'for the first cje3pjajonj.ikj 1 / ,

....:...". possesses absolute, power over the territories a protracted session of 21 hours by the decisive would the do they not give IhcrSd. for which iraiiilla:
postpone settlement'of
: I by no means deny that it has any power a \fJ; GIDDINCS --arid SLAD.-did JMr
vote of 33 to 22 HAT' LET EIi." "- Tofid'
over them. Such a denial would be idle on any ayes nays. vital question, which tar transc nds in.importance i ;
ioo..r_' :' ..i. occasion, but much more so on this? when we We shall first give the two sections of the bill the election of a dozen :Presidents,"for It seems that>the:cause of Gen., TAYLOR'S not which'explains'. why'they voi ira' oVtieSJ 'J

'.:' *'. are engaged in constituting a territorial government which relate to the institution of slavery as it the prospect of place and power which Federalist receiving earlier,,official noticeof his nomination 3d. Resokedj That Congress 'hani ri htft"
.>> :I'. without an objection being whispered applies to Oregon and to California and ash do indirectljrrhich itmnnoti
New members of ; parsimony;" On the'1 July th'C'P io1Ji
: from to do Congress imagine they would and that the
;i-- .1- any quarter against our right so.1 Mexico. agitation of the 'stibjcc : t"
;..,. If there be any Senator of that opinion he otherwise .lose.V c are humiliated.at the'degraded s ; Master at ) ion.lt 6uge',returned'forty. in tha-DistricVof Colnmbtitoftbt te i .i

J ..' < .. ought at once to rise and move to lay the bill 12. And be it further enacted, That the existing and degrading position, those .Southern -, eight1; letters, addressed to Gen. 'TAVLOK to the: a means* orwith th :;' the table or to dispose of it in other law now in force in the Territory of Oregon that
on some Whigs who stand before the General Post Office aa refused by him: the,. throwing' institution in'tbe' sntSitt.
.- of the ,
: : :.:' way, so as to prevent the waste of time on a under the authority of the Provisional eyes is against: the true::spirit' lend rbtJ ?
.. : :. subject upon which we have no right to act.- Government established by the people thereof, world in the contemptible character of traitors postage on' them not having been paid.-! CODst t.uti "?, n 'infringement of'tbc ut'. ol1b:

I : .. .; Assuming, then, that we possess the power, the shall continue to be valid and operative therein, -of traitors for the paltry.consideration of personal Suspecting he had s ni'offby mistake the, letter. thStu.tes i>ffectedj;. Dd :a breach cf'tbe n aw e;

.' 'L :'l ': only questions that remain are : whence is it so far as the same be not incompatible withthe aggrandizement by office or nomination, he applied to have them returDed faith upon which they entered. into the pa osfd
I .' ,. : derived 1 and, what is its extent? Constitution of the United &ates and the provisions money,- and found.the' eration. '? .
: ';.. As to its origin, I concur in the opinion expressed of this actfor three months after the first traitors for the benefit of a party which evehas' veritable epistle among them. >

; by Chief Justice Marshall, in one of the meeting of the Legislature in said Territory; sub i and ever will consume the vitals of the. This looks rather odd from a man who receives Thus/ say Messrs. FILLMOSE. AriGtr.DINOS k .

V, *.t :% cases read by the Senator from New York, that ject, nevertheless to be altered, modified or re South. .Whig ''Senators who have thus' $6000 a year from, the. nation, and $6000. and SLADE "althoulh j Czres Ju".'
acted -bA-
_ .,, '...'' it is derived from the right ofacquiring territory pealed by the Legislative Assembly of tue said have'vainly attempted to excuse themselves 1 a.year more from the" produce[ of" his plantation.. right t: : !( 'F i !;qJt i1Hi! t i 1ic
and I the confirmed Territory of Oregon and the Constitution on
; am more thoroughly ; and slavery iizhe
-. that
The of o.l
I tatrs"yet to
,' > : .. in it from the fact, that I entertained the opin. I laws of the United States are hereby extendedover the ground that they consider the question of postage these refused letters,for threemonths "with. .4ii<

.' ::.: : ion long before I knew it to TJe his. As to the i and declared to be in force in said Territory slavery should only be. decided by amounted to the enormous:sum pf 57-30. -the view 'disturbing or. oventhrOisg
i ,' .:V. *.-:: righ.t of acquiring territory, I agree with the so far as the same, or any provision thereof Hero_ we.have the old Federal : The Philadelphia North American charged Government -' that ins'titutronirf'ilie SeteMPEtaiw' fi_

..". 4 :. Senator from New York that it is embraced, may be applicable.And doctrine staring nith\having abstracted this 'letter *{agaiust, thetruefpir\ti d'bi i iDg 8ftir
U J ", : 1! ;;' without going further, both in ,the war and the 26th section which relates to theerritory us in the face;-the concentration of power in the Post Office which is about is.truens ; Constitution.*? / .\ ,,
I : '." I treaty powers. Admitting, then, what has never TI of California the general 5overnment-and the explanationof most of. ,
;1 been denied, and what it would be idle to do and New Mexico, provides Constitution by the assertions of that ,rabid .sheet. If TAVLOK Thus while they did otsndduo'irbr'

f j. : so in a discussion, which relates to territories : as follows : Congress'and not by the thinks that$7.30, is too great a postage tax for a directly 'interfere with slavery-in the-St&t7

;'. ::. ''.. Acquired both by war and treaties,that the United 26. And be further enacted, That the legis-judiciary. Every where we perceive deception, l Presidential candidate, the'frinting i privilegewill they._ pl1bUM. (J&I lare'ftU. itis. "ilDtfo
1'.1.--: States have the right to acquire territories lative power of said Territory shall unless -trickery,-and political baseness. May God .1'L" 'q.r.1'1" r.- '
be a perfect God- end tb,4i irii. Wc wonder tp,hdeKvor. to ceq t auo1itton uulircctI3f f
.l'.:. it would seem to follow by necessary consequence Congress shall otherwise provide, be vested inthe spare the South from the rule of'a Whig Congress ;
.-; 0. that they have the right to govern them. Governor, Secretary, and Judges of the Supreme whether the White Horse treats his-correspondents : .or.otLerwjspbyt' first'aboMi"-1-

e.. (; '..' As they possess the entire right of soil, dominion Court, who, .or a majority of them, shall in this way!. -; .': : very'in'the District'of Columbia, 'and pre -

: r.. ."; and sovereignty over them, they must necessarily have power to pass any law,for.,the admln18tration'ofjustice : '. 'ng'itsi'.establishment'new temtory L. ;
'j ,.,' carry with them the right to govern. in said Territory, which shall note WHAT ARE YOU NOW? 'YhoisrGuulTY:
..:. '.".,:: But this government, as the sole agent and representative b repugnant to this act, or inconsistent with'the Every one has heard of the ingenuity of the GEN. TAYLOR'S ACCEPTANCE.. ;:. : i-OF' GPOSSocratic -.j FEA,-!,V .j .
.: :; of the United States-that is, the laws and Constitution of the United States. The long expected letter is at length published or the Whig press -'th.Sothi

ii 't & States of the Union in their federative charac But no law shall be passed interfering with the Irish horse jockeys, who will sell you a whitehorse and appears first in the N. 0. Bulletin. The ,- ',' .t.. 'd. 41i M
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ter-must as such, possess the sole right, if it primary disposal of the Soil, respecting an establishment \ in the morning, steal and paint him blackat Spartan ; i\ / ;CASSUSED'th'! ,
of the
*-* *;'- exists at all. But if there be any one disposed of Religion, or respecting Slavery ; night, and sell him to you again on the ensu- brevity correspondence is amusing : TheSentinel'..r 1":; ;, .... 't .' '.'.. .u.'W.1.
.* .:. to take a different view of the origin of-the power and no tax shall be imposed upon the property ing day. The Federal of the Unic but.when it is considered that TAYLOR)had. SIlYS: ._
-- s'- *' I shall make no points with him, for whatever of the United States, nor shall the lands or party rival. commanded the Whig party to exact no declaration "The JAckspnvilJe.jNewaineen at tbf p b
'V-. :?i ;'tfl: may be its origin, the conclusion would be other property of non-residents be taxed higher the jockey in the ingenuity with which they principles from him cation.of thelong listof.Cass'8ocketia
we. cannot wonder
; ,* the same, as I shall presently show. .than the lands or other property of residents. agrin palni off their painted trumpery as new. that he ,the.pubiiTea8uryand.I.pljby: saftg 4
.. All the laws shall be submitted the' has placed his foot uponlhe; neck'of abject 'GeL Taylor .has'l long,beeh in Os
.1 c"* [TO BE CONTINUED.] to Congress They advocate a National Bank. They' are defeated < JU."tecelP
-i.: :; of the United States and, if disapproved, shall this .Whiggery. It" their In.st chance, and salary. .Granted r.butrieeareGen.Ta'. $
-- I BEAUTIES CF' llilA C1l'A TloN.-'The-Baltimore be null and void. on issue, and..next come out as its why should they.not be allowed -to sacrifice a/ extras, 1Il?.News 1_ ,JBchp answers where ifs "<

-1 ; American'has the following extract-of a letter The following is an analysis of the vote upon L opponents.the; They struggle for many long years little honor and principle. It is probably Trorn I ;Its seems rather ridiculons.to mthilp.t1iin..d !

: from JIayRgues Porto Rico, dated July 8, and the Bill in the Senate at the time of its passage. ..uphold protective policy. Now, having consciousness of this fact that Mr, MOIIEUEAD'S. ... n ', iiy1fzthhr iJ'u theWh1g1T'
been beaten 'J'
1? '- :::. ;.. giving an account of serious disturbances in the IN FAVOR OF TUB BILL. voice on this point by the.universal dry and icy letter shows little sympathy,with L.: i' thus ard :up.for cital'tby1i1ay:makv4they |
Jt ;. .: .-- Island of St. Thomas. Northern D'-1noctats-Atherton, of N. Hamp the nation they would ,pretend that the enthusiastic call" he i can out ot i it;< -Even iflCAS; has '",1'
B reese and Douglas of.Illinois they,never advocated speaks,ofu !
Bright andannegan' that .
We are sorry "to advise that on the 3d inst, H of Indiana ; outrageous measure.' much by -eztna1' as the Sentinel will by Kovember -
Dickinson 'of N.' ,
; an insurrection of the blacks took place in St. ; York;. They change their .names as' often as. thev. dn PzlIiADELPul4Sun 101848. : 1
and next
_Sturgeon, of Penn.-7. -:"" """- DEAR SIR! AtV C nv iliion: bt 'tl&Whigs of wVIupppse' gyf were feirly e32Ui -

PtlL declare Croix, which immediately compelled the the slaves authorities free, and there on the to Northern Whigs-PHELPS, of JJLMONT.-l.. their principles.. They avail themselves' of th the- ,United.States, heLl'in:'-.this'Icily! on the lift : ed and fairly Pn l'dj;!'and, f'e1d "ed ns. nod
Southern talents of
Democrats-Atchison and Bentou of great statesmen, and the'.appear- inst, and continued''frOrn'd' o until'the, asTAYtoR's
aT day salary'of oob
1fU': day following 4th the same course was adopted Missouri Borland ; $ a ye r. We_ nrrff;
; and Sebasti, of Arkansas- ance of"availability and White ". 9thl were nominated as a candidate for the *
tl in St. Thomas. Since then the negroes in Calhoun and a Horse, unceremoniously you : suspected before that a public officer. 'diqhfiWr .
of S. C. Davis >
and oftheUnited
: ; Foote Presidency States at the
St. C. have been committing excesses to such tumble overboard .all" ensuing U
an those
'I of Mississippi Downs Louisiana who Presidential .ij .. ,_thPtid4; by'rceiing
extent that the government of those islands had ; a;; Houston have elfectlwL : .. .. ,
'a to apply to ours for assistance,which was granted and Rusk, of Texas; Hunter and Mason,of Va.:; by their commanding intellect given:them 'By'a reeolution>pf said Convention/it wais I for.his 'BerTiees! .ii ", .Iw; : t

a: them by sending immediately 600 men from Johnson Ga; Lewis and King, of Ala.; Turi life as a party. .Yet with all their hange&.they made'the'dutypttheit; President communicate ., : ,- '- i ."' t i.;. .1

Ii I :' the garrison of St. Johns, P. K. to keep them in i 19.ney, of Tenn, and Westcott and. lulee, of Fla are Federalists,stilL They may: put on what to ypn'theresult; therrdeliberatiphs and L _. Y I N' r.OwrrY11$1 t14"

order And I clothes and to request your acceptahce of the nomiuation.1n ."! 'thr .nn : It t .
i we are now anxiously awaiting the assume what name .1 J. -jJiY : '
.. Southern Whigs-Be e of Ga. Clayt of they please, butthey ] 'obedience. toi said' ,'J..rl! '
result. Meanwhile, all business has been suspended ; n/ resolve'd, the prganJ i "lt&H lip J iJi :
-I--'4 Del; Johnson of Md. 'alld Johnson, are still the sarn. Told. thing- therein; .
in St. Thomas which as you may ; of La. hankering: designatedhave/ the:honor1 to mako to ; r'w vttitt.OcaJ.4: Ju11:22.J
will cause a great deal of injury to our suppose Island Mangum, of NC, and Severance'; of Dek-fc; after,plunder lustful ,for office,-opposed,.topopui 1'ou'the: foregoing"communicatiohl and'toalskyou'r i Mr. itor f.P ant ito'" IJ'inTitat1 tI

by stopping, for the moment aU bill and AGAINST THE')BILL.. r'progress.. accepunce,of the'nomihationB-*' 'w *> :JttiStic'Cen ral' m1t.

.. '- banking transactions. We ,trust however, Northern:. Demo rats'"Allenb' Ohio: Brad- A:writer i1"the Republican! 'with- Permit me.rdear,'> sir, to indulge'the hope that tended'thBugHthe. -,. .J "!' -,-..,. ..'. t'1
will be bury and Hamlin 'jv t: considera- he>ho'tiever tr i'iili 'J tee GovernoiPaalftddre5aed 1h.e .theltm
4ri things soon restored to quiet and confidence ixot N. York; ble aelf-con Y f- ri; r slmnlaj 1it ?- s ,_. ._
& and business again resume its ordinary Dodge and Walker,of \Vise.; ,FeTch awl.Fitzgerald p' e1 ,.shows .us a new wrinkle. I nor fails fifdischarge': 'duty assigiied him'by' Manon [Couiityatthisjla ce .thl&da'J J,-

course. We have,no fears whatever in our Is of Mich.$ and Niles; of Conn."9., in the ever;shifting petition-Waggery.!)Af his Government,'"will" iiot how refuse the .fenthucommunication 'C ld Mtc' up e!'he' :h ar ilp "
land. Our government has adopted energetic Northeri..Whzgs-Baldwin, of Conn. Clarke alluding to the charge that'the .Whigs haveno siatida, 'll'l 18 co n .J II1' .".1JH ;. J 't1IUU. t 'jebrcSCi &'#I. 'tt ft V & .
measures to or stop insurrectionary ant Greene, of R.X; Corwin, of Ohio 'Davis ,' ,1m1J.'de r.t. 'PwitJi.senam I !or } *('S 1' !#
suppress any ; of pJ4ifpnin j 'hyiisf rt J: J ,' ,
.,. with:. T' t' J":11 ,
: : .'
'p 4r9 movement and should any such thing occur JIass.; .Daytouand Miller, of N.. J.iIpbaII; ; of 't' eon e1abl8,,., reg. ",S'I+oUr'm08t"O' b'"' l'en_ SUy: ,;" .,t. synop' fr :l #. m.iJ o
4 flourish of trumpets;that ihe '; / tJ 'H} d" .J .
*a : there are forces sufficient to put a stop to it at Vt.andHaleofN.HamMhire.-9.; Wl4gs,1'e,. 1 IW : M'MOREHEm. lau ched'Jdrt iipontha'grs4 principles of:*i'
: :-' once. Southern Democrats NONE. ciples-that these principles! were declared.at .1ri& thWhiOEN.AC11ARTTTLbR 'Na i 1 aI.l'.onftti r.t and % that made'everjiof
.. party, a manner .
_ Southern I\ U'WJ.
ii t .' :, Gen. Casa Personal Character.-Abbott Lawrence and Underwood,Whigs, of-Ky Badger, ; and, of Bell N.C., of;Tenru Metcalfe-4. -the- WMgmeetlng'K *-- f t .. held in,this' .place on,the 23d -, '; H"I 'HJ"!_' ''. afL !! v,;f'I thep r"'pro\diOfthe standard tiGtii
awl that in '
fLt the grtat Massachusetts whig, in a speech IfT""Cameron> of ** D.' Pearce. ,of May, the resolutions thereadopteii :'';',; : i dRviL lfi; 1t (8: I He. not only-defined.. .position,:bat altfirsitioii

z;. '!c at a Taylor meeting at Burlington, last week I Md.Whig; and Webster, oCMass..Whig;" "are distinctlyJaitCdoron4.;$! {$fe S'it : V1ha'Ohad t h. ion ) ir l i- 'of the Whis in.afairtojcohelWe'thai .:e1.&. and IucId_

7 ,' .j 4 made this remark, of the Democratic candidate : From the above analysis:of the TOte it the. great Whig party ojf>our,country is actuated of June io,"announcing tfiWhig' i h" t..,...(':4468:.:.- \\.l.r-. !-.thegeterthin ::D.. f"ner. .-
for Presidency : i CohvehtiohJ'whi'cfrAisepabled: 'Philaidelphii'oSthrtth'bfthatkonth O j' '
; t t.
will be readily perceived that' This is an intereSting admission*
,. .41d. "! know him well I have broken bread with the scheme allu and we are 'M Pfwhlcli : ..t nymeethzgtba.ivcoccsIJ: ,

: k't him in his own hoUse and he with me in mine. ded to by the, Wajhingtoh. ".correspondent. .of. theChdleston gratified to. learn,thatvthwe,. ,.,..iswme'tliing. 'f'h .rei,. .they. ". you weitf the,presiding'officer: ,"has; nominated inMar1onand Judgingfroinappearsnce; )

He is a gentleman man of unblemished personal Mercury, Westmed.to.Wcarried dare advocate.Wbatis, it?, "Alter >ome-non me'for," 'the'office of PwadenVoVthe'iJ/Btates1''_. the, entiretieke trQlft': '

r t' character, against which nothing can just out., But one Northern' Whig Senator voted sense about .lExecutive arrpganc" -"heavy T i ok1ig-id it' 'Cou 'sTtion'ofbbiCoDTvehiio' earn.'. % .' .MM '.'f--.;;".fej>l
said." ht. 1 \ ?
ly nd lt >uS' i Y : '
Iii -debt and iinBdniiHttitJnn i-i -- *** ** AWVV : WV JL '
for the bill me
and that WUPIILPSO-Vt.WhiIe: al i1 ; i thefcfeel ,e cutjegCfie nwttoiijwoil T3
: : atl iJi ; feel... .d&pty''fctt ii f'it i' th h Stoir .
&to Judge McLean Announced for the.Presidency foui'qoutbenn WhIgi'Totedgamst it. On the .," ....1i.,
-Events.tru11 thicken upon ui'- The India contrary Northern Democrats yoted: : for the set.offInapialettera.! ; J! .fi! .j'a"!. 1 luWKWffiM&ti:.; zi"&&*to*u we "i-'L'i niffnestoffi Ir6'&ddreutIiere was-an.sUes3ptwasant .

; i ; Tippecanoe Journal, ,one of the leading .Whig bill and not a single Southern Democrat 3.J'Btj l td/TJ f1 bi'regara-tti: tJi -M'the'glftlbffti'eAttBri 'p 1 ojile. .I itW\h-1o' ..6h tlt 'fDer-'i -CtC iIi'
against sGp\1b1f &d
-- pa rs.in Indiana, runs ,uptho name of Judge Die "iw8M .Whi : 'JI CdidaU a ebtiliaVhoni 1iVW1 taBincerQ'diatrustof'myntness'to'fuT Ji ;d ti t "N! "'
ih' w\1
: cLan (ortheP.residencyandstrongIyurge tr"0ut, of thirty-five,'Democrats, 1onlynInevo4 dod that the1nterests or"a1idth. this St t lbr/ov'' '. !thQ \I u- ... .'IS, .t.. ..". I ,J,..-f' .- .....,. ;-

him upon. the, &. onyention.t .- ? .against.thebilIwbilputpfoniy; twenty monountrynllbe. beit.. .f t ties! of an'office..which demands'\for itPeie'rciseeiht6st''exaH .. 7 : tO1jr f_ df.'i":3.-Y "frfw_

: ;.f ,, i i i_ ', -" Whigsas.many asr thirt iY it. &clT n c mel t'otwmo: ClPLESt'bytJi' ; ; fabllitreaJMrpaBdtl( an
;-- Still water curves eight inches'to 'the' mile' This 11 a''ostraiug'c&ntrast;'but therea .iong li 'P' 'ii i i P l s e'lrccbgltm -15&1 1li 1. Usifi3fc'tiu'.t"J': 1i''':rend6re Atfferw grea.ea. AlaWI' ,r
4 : "
kI which h.om the E-'convexity, ,, .of, !tho earth-.', *" eUr.tace. -.. ,IOn, 'j'i'r is ItS evtd.ni..' *aitsd&graceMan4degr i : ?itf.ri?CO ln &'1H'/_: "m-t ; ,
l ; .! !" 11 ; "i o 'p 6V tXfe r Giiit t ill
-. 4 in; to the WbItpij'tt, North sncl Sontk.i THAT' r/i'.iG!rt ji itS'i( NG. -f ,- .t 1 bxziepeole,1ebahl t.ta'rr&ndeYor \0 dIschij-., maim in wU WirU hed'-* vt'icWiofWhiu .
i\i $'t t1i4tie .ltL' friiiFJitf'tll 4 lSO:t|'to t ; 0 ; ''

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I n remember1\hatta.t this session' I day,"he; aJi.hri__-4' pf.thU'mostdiAearening mal4dJ.- .. '. h iitt. 1:1i .1 r ,.) J- f o'. y. ran 'b 4ft' :
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the Houie.tbat fore ibW '
h.m.he w'ouJd tIeriablefea1t W1nl .i r 4 ,
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law-or '846sh 1tUbe M1and. .tur' HI were. t'1'. C ,-'-"'!. 'HI 1 lgmeahrchou. bseu74uvJn4thnenti t".mt!tft "' 1!1 4wtfr" ?gl & ..
h '\ iT l 'Ryun 111ft 'Ms .. ta\ } '' :1 D MAYNARD7": i' "' ; ( _. jf .t
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had'"ia t1rnnzeltdieigbt rdw""ri ting Argus om .NiI1ai + Ji ',. .. i "__J .. waa tA..07" .f
; itwa; rvery' 'carried.the 'terei Shy jnrbrisJorB' tth -bill wStchWdibtmeety' d ;NJ'isti.1 6'lst l."11 1 .wm.. ., 'u'l"P.'O. c.'hl1' tnll. ., ,f .l nt. < ir. \
f"i! of theWhi t4thand I.l'nili:: 'h t'l' J'r '",
: $ West voting. .he"11aiit1 4 : ;L t I tlie '1 'J. 1"IIf't\t'ea.. t"1f ir"h"1-'rvur_a Iv! \ .it
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sitionri U H TayJor/ill.';hi&-AUi- + Je t.t 0tIA1'101f f .It ( .ul .t .. .
f Seimtir.from l dia& : thtirbich CL' wapper.rice One4oU1bOtU5 i .1'I1nII. .A jB ". (4 ., ,
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is t-* .H "<* .,I V -- .
( "- 'iw le-.wne.u : .
distinctlyJcominittedi'tamto t ( "
no Ji''r u ;.J :-a d.r"ft' ."$W1 1!":1r oottleslor dollarfcuD JbmiiForaale irZ -Um., OV'tWJA. .a1.-..,:. 4 4. t
Tariff'Inter, Improvements or a .1rB:: l.1 djg'C1/'Wis1iCtO fflr; 6frange Ihirty-one. : .nr t't'.&n ..Jt ,r, .'
; the United .. a1i1oseinjae: [ wholesale le and real, i'I '
ifCa ;; Stetes : -l'\ sire'on'the'stibjecl'f th '''8enaf6r frot ; ::1f. t .1 i
; e'iiillf ii it is calledwin; faa* Island but he the '.} .. T 0 HOT t &JC ;:J three and twc l.( 'r. Di1. .04' >
Jthought .. readingbf ppetwould : J {; i** 'i;i&'jijkrSA'A i b-t. j ; J
: 'Mrc. it-wtuld have' sa&&'byd large "beintroducing' precedenV. 'whieftifadopted ?. ju >{f J*ckson:3lie::! ,' o ji j.weuty-five, offjTownship .h.iite-t- -r rtv J'.F..ll'' 1.4 J..t-ut t j. ,- '1l ,4,.!
Barrowfv Whig Represeritative 'would be calculated to embarrass the'action '; ,And by-Druggists generally t thnAhitthetlnitedSt&tes. mne t c iXaJU1Zt .: .: I
ft !,congratnlate the Houston its 'of committees: "'"- *. *** .U ".- i ,&lionitetoAttc' 1,. t311ri" .fi\

1 1o into\thel< Silna.fe.'t (n' Saturday' After some"remarks'by'J; M" m&IH-i t t 1Ul r. r' ....'. ....."r. ---i' .. J" ., n M'.'" ,r". I 'one to twenty..seTC. 'i ntJumI"-J. :4' '. 1r7 no" .11

. T'Me" right as it it had been see thatJthtfeffdrt'td amend the bill FooVe, on''t1118 joint fcKfr/: kevp pceedeJ'to 1 'Lion. ., _.tL:. t,-.ti.OUr" I.hiI.. .# 't CJ-T 111' --- j
,I J'iae:; Declaration of Indepetid out all tbfttrt't'elsting to Califor farther explanations*] *regard'to the proceeding ) .n: I.rt t. .9 J P on.1 le. (nAl s f-Ip'', ntt.t "f'-l.1r '1] .".
New 'One
have Mexicofailefl by a very decided in committee;.. Neither*he nor the Senator townehlp .tw tl-two (exctpt &okf6njt l
trI'that parties ana individuals the Senate. On Sunday it is under from Kentucky: had bje t d't 'the reporting of PORT OFJACESOflAU9US &i : twelve, thirteen,. twefcnri4tI ** bh1r'.rft'1| .1

e. ridiculous use of this 1fe er, that tho'Whigs had a confer- the bill, but he (MrT'larke].had distinctly"seryed. ,' .J \ > ,; 'flOWfl!hStWfltfiTS"flcj tentjFoj 1.J
t rtlis matter of Ut 'result'of which is that; in their opin* to' bimselfjthe right:or: :ofeipressing q :*,* ,.. CLEAnED.i.> ... ""..h" "v.J' .t" 'range thirty-three. .0 -.I 4 iil-e f 11 .
._cw "Praise-Godi bill passes it'must destroy their pros the Senate, hia objections to'ytb ill pd had ug3-scnr'n: nrf AlfrdVassNYork Bisections; three 1b9 ..ti.l I. Zb_.l fi t&tl .j t V

.0\If...;. ." From the'coming Presidential- election., This subsequently COmmittedl these reservations to. ug:. .!Wash.Jg s lii'.f i,;; 't_ inclusive, &i4 .:' en.two- t.1tW .\ : t"."

"9 c1 o n to(Preserved Fish., we have 'Mr.'Billiard;a Whig from Alabama,' paper, which .handed. the-Sanator from Indiana. : .., scYcninclu.sipfiad and tht4o .'iJ ; 1r i'
" u}'. his opposition'to the bill, and itcis an- : He did not-feel .himself bound,..by his E sttttof Cspiu } toiiie t fife thirty- j u- iShiii J1i1tii2f d" .ihip. -
. < us, called, at that he speaks the,opinion of the great', ..course in the committee,,,to,Tote tJter.for.9r : I fe te rlJ i61*!?tJ 6ti iLt.J. .
,- 1hepT\1 among not the whoie ',f thfr SoitheYiii! against thfrbill'batfree! :to jote.in accordance A LL Persons.inteiestedureliereby otificd t i six* ]nClutTe-)of range thirty br-: -1a J i.v.1

. r1."tie Whig party, has .In the, ::Senate, .Southern' with the instructions of his constituents. it--i. That'SiiWe' kS"f" fit'tii d f 'hrfItibe |1 I Fractional township ..twenty.two,.,_th "a i14 .tt

if this privilege,and last week declared themselves deci- = Mr. Miller, of NewJersey: next addressedthe w'" shalVapply Hon"J aines'S. Jdn "ft id g,i Cistern tierstfPlS:* f iDir'oro 1!.!

1'1 frteu to others. The DemQc ; .favor of the bill wil now.vote: against. Senate, and in opposition to the bill, of Probate for Colombia, County, foiLetttrsol fire. ,and.Seections. one id fp ieJ st" : 1"L.
t.t fclCTjft Administration the Estate n1ne t 0 ft cI'1 .i" ; l""t.
of CrisniriMor"gan. .I.UK1n m <
Phelps tone .theSelect Committee' Mr, Miller any ID7U'
: proceededtand in to .ft'
reply Ri"
in a
iS hew quite moderate the.MIl declared today that he by Mr[ Foote,-.as.to whether.hei would question vote late-" 'of said',county,deceased40. "4** *' .t\r "to- iti.eT. in l s V lrP"1Qn. .'J"' ( 1 ffi

TU formed at the ..( only Northern Whig who would -vote fur ''D1&!.compromise/7. ha.t he,was in favor : :; D4IflAN.' ;' 'tW'el. l.six,of or range tbizty.fire' 1U_.} J\. -,' s ;' J
and has been so well sJ.ti Youwill bennxious know what o the compromise, which allowed slaveryto Alligator, A 0't.f'l'1illt 5 1S48.: 6vrJ Fraction l fOwns'bips 1met eIFamil.111ii, i t: '
rD1ent, ex ; : nfrarnri.hOrt' ..I.. 't'..,, 'Ui\t'
, that it has never once : which bus unite>Northern Whigs ist where it now exists and prohibited i\ in territory ." .' I .t_ .7 At- --1 "a"1.'" ..f '.. -" h- '01.1..
l e % if: it o -co Whigs in opposition:to this mea- now free. He.insisted ,that.it was the 1; ,MEDIcLL1NoTcEw'I .; '' : 1'.11.11.8se,c .Jt. ; :
llit then is it pol with one party the bill does not :.duty of Congress, if the; prosperity.of the new RS. WILSON and VAN WYCKlateProi( on Mo dyth& twenty.bmrday':4bt OeioSr $ i

',r 0od taste,niy, is it honest in your. ; and with the other\ it.goes too, territories was to be best promoted by .keeping I P fessof of Surgery in the Franklin:Medi- ted nex for the disposal &:the>Vk ian'driftuV Or'M

chbor, c to steal away our good '_ .true reasons as understood here, are them free, it was its duty so to declare, without ca College 'Philadelphia;) have formed" a co- withini&dijjnt1oj of &wn&iw.uTt and l\1f\1.
, L parts townships to wit i t
he cannot plead our Northern Whigs think that any con- regard to the peculiar interests pf the North or p partnership the practice of MEDICINE,and ;:} :) "JaT.' ; 1'."
lID apparent concussion on their ,part South. South of the b eKner ti
, have been SURGERY, and for the INSTRUCTION dtQtLCirincii1
conduct j fur we subject would give the North to Van Mr. Phelps, of 'Vermont,.(of the Committee,) M STUDENTS. ii, .. eri4i 7 ... !

nr opponents in this particular. defeat Taylor ; whilst the Southern followed chiefly in reference to Mr.Hale's proposed Patients from a distance can be well accommodated The two eastern tiers of Sections in ttnrn&lup if

it jca to do,we have followed them that if this question is closed, the amendment, striking out the words "free ,.and on reasonable term either at the two, the cast half township threeand.town; Si 91

r. heir aliases, and, as soon as we ground on which Gen Taylor is sup white" He regretted to perceive opposition to Hotels or Private Boarding Houses of the city, ship four, (exc ItJh'cteaJtenrtirrv&ai s.) l
all saluted their section-danger to the South on the bill from the North. and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical orange' three!' -J"l .U'''1}

. out the taft hare politely tion-is taken away, and on the old Mr. Fitzgerald next.took. the floor, and referred and Surgical attention as their,cases may Township twoj fexeept Sections one to..twelve 1 .!

, new appellation and pronounced the two parties they must be to the impression which was supposed to require. I ..1 inclusive, and Sections -seventeen,, reighteot a.4'ls t

I much gravity as the nature of the The great argument that General; y- exist, that his (Mr. Fitzgerald') vote would be A limited number OFFICE STUDENTSwill nineteen, 'thirty' and thirty-one,) Sections six : .

of. Even when they de will not then apply. So tho considered as reflecting the views of General : be received, who will be'snppliedwith. and seven, in tonshipthre e and fractional .
the South on.this great question to Cass, whose successor he was. He had, never Books, Plates, Anatomical, and other Preparations township iff eV'(except'Sections'. three, four'five t
the once respectable :
propriating, in abeyance and their interests are to received from General Cass word aDd'811 ,
a or a line on -will be regularly examined in the pro. ;rOrr.\ngefonr. i ?-i .*. .
-'Whig," and wrapped around them as stakes in the next Presidential the subject.not to be found in his letter to the' gress of their studies, according to the mode Townships :'three' andi-Jour, and.tradiODal.c .

trable roaiitlc, in the rain hope of The vote in the Senate will probably Baltimore' Convention. He had been :left by pursued in the large j Northern cities-will)be tO wnshp fire, ofrabge,1&ve. ." y. ;
where justice to the South, and respect the State of Michigan to act his Township fivejoT J'i; ::1,
their aet'-rmity.. we said : Let as own judgment taught to compound, and aisp nge3Iedic41Rnd range six: ?'J>
thread-bare rights, exist among the. parties of the dictates He had voted against the propo- will be,instructed. in the.minor every :day Township nine' range-twelve. 'l'f,.jr. 4)
it iriii w"n become I sition, because he desired. to vote directly duties of the Sections oneelc.vm; thirteen ,
on Surgeon-Ble 4ing",CupPng,Bandaging tWely cy ,fourteen t.
like tlzir former garments, and the i Corwin, a Whig from Ohio, has just the Oregon bill-he considered it an act of justice &c. &c. : .. Sections frwehty4bree totwentyiseveu inclusive, *f J 1

through it" And they do s.e :. a. speech, which will make five men to the people of that country.But Perhaps;: no Private Office InanI. Afnerican4se Sesrww thirty-four; thirty-five thirty- 3fcj g Sj 4.i

: in the South who read it disunionists. when the committee 'had leen decided city will afford a greater variety of neve approved ven, and townships eight and nine'ofrangwo $ *"*'
It hu become perfectly ; by broadly and repeatedly assert- upon, he han voted for 'every member of that remedies, present jnojGpractical facilities thirteen. .' o>' I

uj use it ia now to them, for Gen. Taylor would pot get the vote of committee. In the report of that'committee he or,students.- .' The fraction.. township sevensitnated' t west. &H I l

cttlmcat, they might HS well come free State in .the Union, but for hia had looked for the "Rainbow of Peace," ahd'h'e: In connexion with .this department, it..m. I. othe. : Suwannee river'of range-- foarteenb;'d!: n.., "" 'j' )<,.,

;in the natural costume of Dr. to veto any bill passed by Congress had voted for the motion to' strike out all that be'proper to.state that as soon, as poSSible -an : Lands appropriated law tfor-the useJot"f IJ;

the Wilmot Proviso. -. part which did not relate to.Oregon He'would; Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and ..school military! other parocses wffl'.be**---- =
MS. vote for the bill if)could 'f el'an assurance cladexi from the ialeaK' t ;
I ) ; Surgical I'atientswill be opened,when students _.} .
fiat I will venture to promise IN CONGRESS ON THE NEW that it would settle'the'question, though to many will have the opportunity.of practically studying, .The 0'0f' eati tehlIo&y,lituua-' !t:

they should change their name BILL of its provisions he"was opposed,'he would diseases' J. T. J. WILSON, M. D. w ilIbecommencedthj. .the'days appointedandjt'proceed ..
Arewdly uspect they will after vote for it, even though it should be his political C. C. VAN WICK,. Id. D.Tallahassee '. iu' the order in which;they,ar*adveis* ttl.11 ,
: on the 22d July, a motion of Mr. annihilation. But he believed it would not- ,Aug. 5, S48. ,0mUININE Used":with. all .convenient-dispatch/untilihe"" :

(lou of the present campaign and to strike out all after the 20th sec that an excitement 'was 'existing'.in the .free whole shall have been offered;,and-the. saleaJ' ;;$(.,
the snakes in the spring with anew States, which would be increased, he feared toa thus closed. But no Sll 7sUll' be in
) leaving the bill to apply to Oregon o -For sale by : !; keft -open ,
from whirlwind, and which this bill would not be :.longer than two weeks, and no
Aall meet no reproach our :\ privateon
lost L7 37 > 22. ,A. M. BEED f.t :
nags July .' ;
yeas calculated to allay. jrpOWNSEND'S any of>tlte lands will be admitted until after
old nick of "Whig" 1lt
Jute the name
24th ult. -. Mr. Corwin' did not think the'expiration of the .
,after the'very lucid two weeks. e zA, nA.
their teeth by any of us. No, no, moved to amend by striking out of, argument of the Senator from Vermont, (Mr. SARSAPARILLA: fresh: Given undermy Jxand .at.the City ..ot.Wash.ingtioo ::. '

monopolized u all the decency and all section the words "free white." Phelps,) it was necessary to protract the debate. JL supply just received and for sale.by. '., ** hitbi&day of Jnly, anno Domini t :,

in the country, we will shew them IZeYMZtJ"j Clarke;of Rhode Island, (a member of But he felt, nevertheless, bound to state very July. 22. A.; M.' REED. ona. thousand eight;hundred. **_-#%ana--*.*--forty-eizhU-r* t. Ii
,) then addressed the Senate. forcibly the reason,which would influence'him, By.thePresidenti : -. .- ; T ,. ;
it least retained a small share of was reported without the consent of. invoti against thft'bill! He did not .believe MEN'S' AND BOYS'. Kip 'Brogans-Wo-- '' ., -. ; ,. ,';;"_.;;/kIxJoL;,,,/I ,if. ,

and good-breeding. or the committee (himself and the passage of this law, however,was calculated'I iiL mens'Seal Brogans:. Received" :by brig' .BIcRDLYoUNa,1 .s "._ .'..I' .iq. t. !

A writer in the u News" some ,) who did not give their assent to create, excitement, or produce a LKeflocbandforsaleby' :* : C. .ii'. iiiT. .tJ !1M., --'7ierilz,> '" 'L_.7_ .J'.011. ,:,. ., .- J.
of the bill. With tho the_ Union. If he'would suppose such a disruption July 22. A. M.REED. fi.
that should divest excep- ,
proposed we ; '
'i' TO.tpIt })IPTI : nfANTs.
'clause which provides that if the ter- from such causes, possible, he should con. : _,_ .: :_ f- '- 4-4-,4.Nl" L :. :1.; ,t
Whig mantle-strip them stork legislature in Oregon shall not reaffirm sider himself( scarcely worthy. of a seat t on that. I! PO RK,'Baco(1ackere( ,'Bnttrr' >Lard, Pilot. ry.p4eqp1entite4: to4heright.ofpr.: : fir:
deck them out once more in their floor. .Bread emptf on jtoany.of be;lands within
of the provisional government prohib ., Cigars Smoking.Tobacco_.in papers -, anil thet oig ..
habiliments black cockade and all. ia the territory -within three &c." "IJusbr" ei ed' bv. $rie H. Eelloch.. ships ,parts jpf townships above enumerated, ) 51'
P "
the of the first territo- and for i i required establish theBamptot"ejatisfac
opposed to this: 1.urn for letting after assembling LATEST FROJ13UROPE. : tion of the .hJ 1
that law'shall be null and void, July 22. A.MREEDSate.1; : .. Register and Receiver olthtproper 'i:
their borrowed feathers as long would have received his (Mr. Clarke's), r BY THE HrBER.MA..Lamartinc ; Land Officemake.aynet, Uie for asbefore J lJ

stick. If they forget their Going toMe East.-Atnrcutnstance ,. I I SMarshnl's QOA Csutiiafter-' I '2eeiugtlusEobccnd, ; : .:t
contained in the has transpired which has created no little sur 't th'e,;da'y tappoJBtedl Tor.tEe .cqiainencf { ;.l
reason that ire should forget ours; [ provision is not print- virtue of two Executions issued f v'- -> -* it.; .
onto ment ofthche
I Mr. prise. M.,de Lamartine is about to quit France. By public c'Qrt1 landlemhracingv .
of the bill which sent you, Clay- < */ .
crn part if they should come out subsequently referred to its acci The pretext is, that he! intends to travel in'the. the Northern the District,District Court of the United, States for t ra claimed. h ,otherWjw.-; -- .-.;.such, ..m".i11t'b_.. _,.4; t "J'
of Florida. and t-me.di-. forfeited. -- 4'3.
*ith a bran new name. I shall ,and it having been amended ac East, and that He isto, accompanied by Madame rected and Arthur : ,.. ,+ ,,?,. .4 .! a L
first to to it and He de Lamartine..His' departure must be delivered, against:; Burney, .. :BicmRD3J. JQUNOffi \S I.
pay my respocts as designed by the the.committee. 1; have levied -- _
; upon, and shall sell at public auction -. ; ij t"
intention of having been instru. 'Veri near at;hand, as it'IS said that :Some"of his ntM.G.enual.LIad.ffju. .
late them their good taste in any in h )'ic'
on font of the Court Hottse )in the city ot % &fI84S'
has been Mar i' r"
already 1)i
luggago. dispatched .
in producing a bill which would dis- ,fCr' : ;. ?
L- 4"-.d'r L t Mi i .
between *
is lost and Jacksonville .the hours of 40 a.m.'and 4 $ G
,! Sothing by politeness ; to the north or, the south. He accepted I I s. illcs. I -f 2 p.'m.of the first,Monday,of September; .fa ft t : '-.ir" .,* .*ff.. >.. *':?" ; ST'l: ,,+ : I.
Condition of tJie Governmeit.-The revolution' next: Tax: *
on the committee with a full Woman ; CQIIectors&Nohe.--i4-.V v-a5 <
dge of, and concurrence in, the senti 'France has ass llcdamore promising,aspectThe. : .a two Negro children. ,ROBERT namedtPeg'MYERS or Peggy Marshal-, and her THE undersigned,1-BixT; Collector_for DuTaI-r 81
[COX3W'ICA TED.] his constituents, in opposition .to the .insurrection, having been completely *w hertbygiveafnoticethit"heirill: ; "j It
WHIG CATECHISM, FOB of slavery into territory now free.- quelled, and the tranquility apparently restored Slarshal'By Jiis D. P"t1f.G. HU PHm 8. atteh.J,1.J' .oi -. 'If wwtny >iw ;Lt'> .j t tt t
the understanding of a majority of the Gen. Cavaignac, as the almost irresponsible /t \ Office ,1> :t rr t.C:1vjIlR: 4'in hfim iMo:' J,

Qvcstion. What are the Whig that the territory of Oregon was to Dictator of} France seemff.to zealously occupied St.Atgusline/July'25i84S., illlY 24 -. t.lv'rJ i-:1 f'-' :rr* .:
Ansrcer. "Old Z3C r' in consolidating the Government the funds At Lawrence Ryan's House 'Si7ohn7s
ly and positively a free territory, ; I 01' Jl- ., ., ; { ; .Beach. 1'-
Q. Where is the Whig platformt supposed by.him that the bill would. arev rapidly improving, :and, for the first;time -4 onWednesday 26tS JfllyVlnsJ --- '1jU

A.tIn Buena Vista quivocal provision to.that effect. But since'the'over thro w ot' the monarchy, the hppe ... ..At' ,' CoLJohn. Browstd-'s Hbnse..Cedar CrerJ tt
J". ." ". st ,4. '' .
over the bill, he found in the sixth is raised that France will secure for herself after on 1"1un1. ,SSth.Jnljr'insrl' .: ; ?7prlJ. X, :4"j. i]
Q. What is common principle all her bloodshed andsacrificesan: effective "" : ,'At Rlch'arti-DiWs: lioose ) 1'
a provision that the bills passed by.the / t..g' aTep F e't .
"'hig together legislature shall.l ,sobmi ted, to just,and moderate Executive. -, pn- Monday91,Julyrinstf":, :; -': rJl' '' .\1. }f.it

A. The loaves. and if not approved, shall'be null and I?is said that M.Dupin'intends. to, propose ." ', ,., <. '' 'At: Darling .C.P'retottij'' StSreJ'tla. ,:BilLoi'Taesaay'lstAngttsI ,
this the that the Presidency of the Republic shall be : ;. c &* &**&*&* .
.Q. Is there other Thus by provision, question is: ", 't .' ; -i
1. J) ; :J"" >1
any where it was before. To remedy this, given to Gen. Cavaignae for.fifteen months., BY:THE PRESIDENT.OF ,THE 'At'WilliarH'Thomast.HTusk:'T io .S 1i oli11! I
A. Yes the fishes. It was agreed without discussion the 3d I ; wedsL1y2nI'tukuit 7-' : w ; r'' &," ,
propos d an amendment to. the sixth: on UNITED STA TES..lt'1( ft \\a ; ; \ t
Q. Are the Whigs in favor in the shape of a proviso, that no law. inst, to allow,10,000 francs a month to, the 1 A\the ourtHoueJacksonvile on Friday, r,
E.luk? ; legislatuie repealing the pro I President of the'Council .Gen.::Cavaignae."PRESENT In'pursuahce of law, L/JAMESr"IS;' Saturday and Monday1 the. 4th 5th and 7thAn- i1

A. R0ugh and Ready)' of slaves by the provisional govern STATE OF PARIS. PO.r K, resTdent, of,theTOp! Stj&s Ii! gust: :- t ?t. *.," u "t21 1:,

be,valid j until such repeal shall have ,The committee'of inquiry into the insurrection of Americajdqihereby.cleclareand'inake: For the }ittpos9iecg the Tues-u ..!

Q.. Are they in favor of a .' by Congress. having represented' that they.would no t' known, .thati>pablic-salea,vvill;be hdlda't : ,184'sessed'aria for for'Re'femieotg' i fpr- ,,.the.jear ,

Tariff the Republic of Texas came, into th conclude the inquiry fora fortnight:.the lt"is 'thfe'undermentioned 'Land Offices'.in I. ,'chMr ii { ; t1i'taking'ihe 'Census' f 11l.tfi'': ...
A. "Palo Alto." it was the; understanding in Congress to'remain in a state-of siege till theJ&Hh inst. bl'L.r.'r-c.r:7 I. 'z s-bt d' ibtceu <
Q. What do by "all when. it came in, should come in The issue of the late; insurrcctjoD;/.tbe pre the STATE oi'YLdR J11r (iKfe'11 Sfiolis ''.1. l 'a c n.cewith 'a I'# pissed:,'at'the;; -1'..,.
you mean the nor hereinafter designated to. wit: j lAsiSesI 9f'J n ntM''AsBt&tAy: (t:&W : !
-1 State j and it,was iuiportanI sence of a strong garrison,and the expulsion of Staf1' **"* :i. ti rttta i'
HMWhiteyP A. A. >
understanding shoujd now. its peccant members from.the government, bad At th&'land'cffice aTNewBansvlire'commencingon ; i : CANOVA ?
Q. What are General Taylor's _boundaries of,Texas had' 'since been re-assured die/Assembly,and given': t.afreo" ) Monday;thenitOhof; : October next for !!, 1ac Tax Assessor and CoI1 ctoI-ibi'Dural_Co. :.. ff j!!,

A "Hurra for Did Zack." increased, if her 'claims ,to the .line",of dom action (which it had.not y hturea to exercise thedisposal the public lands situated within I' til"'JuY-15th-J84S-' (10-. ". J1i fft.

As these answers are perfectly Grande,. &&, be recognized, ?With this at any time"since,its convoc.tioDofhe4th thtlt undermentioned (townships .and ,parts bfto.wpshipsvirJ N'oUcc.
he thought. the.bill would be'more : of May. Jt now dares mamfest 'its'.triae: "t'J ,,,. 1 !
*ad will silence the most. L. 'tJ iJ1 <4 tni isLIrPERSONS hatintf'cliima-br demaiSi
"noisy -
to all Further, the members of the sentiments' favor-of sfrorig'and,firm .Government '. -1 i1
South V"ron
would of the baseline, ari(e t'of theptincipaVe i ; the Estite.of Mr ; Sophia
the : that Hemin&'V
recommend every good from .North'conceived by ,,and against,the.rperilooa utopianiama -" *' *"> ,""f'neridia1w'tlt.tl thj.l h1 heirVcreditorarof enUtleS to r.i:

them to memory, *& in:Neiv Mexico an4, California. and' grejUest embarnissment is produced TI(rril tJ' seT i it ted rwt- :' J distribution.m1'r';
tongue's. end in case any bbfd by Iaw'Peis 1
,.introduction. inooh: e.territories the, enormous. number of prisoners arising outofthe'W1&t Oi IDG *j** ****v%*:**: /ymm Ltv. &azonioniT'ele; }:
tions should be poked' at him by take place, without the. sanction of : insurrection ;,which'"now exceeds 5 yen-and twelve.) ;and theftatidnof township 6r.R".idUaJilf j1erRtJ: .i :

Democrats. TWE s. 10,0001:, It is;said that or:those'who have been ten,'eMfifsaid;mer 1:c t&ftw'niec. ilst'V't July 8' 1848..f td- 'j.J "f, .

-' y, doubt should' exist on the, subject, examinedj. already grounds:have been;"elicited eighteen fourtee-h.nineteen,' twenty".and.thirty-one,.." 4 *i"'.47*. ,7Fractional'township ..'t .* f. f-t I.t"L > ..' i' ...-..H .St..1 r'oi4. -- 1 t & %'i.:
THE NEW PLOT, proposed aa amendment, .the. 26th prosecuting 2000.* It'has'been'ascertainedjthat : Qfrabge Adm1n1a1orNdtjcC.1 'Ji ,

The Washington correspondent of of the bill' ,(eleventh line) after' 'the at least'40,000"persons'either constructed nteen. SUW: thirix*t> l ;Aii/; oue j i.. TUB .Subscriber will-selM6nda Ubl &t. ; 'tt\1i:
Ion that it being understood and de barricades, fought against Ibef'defendefs'of order -. J1
Mercury p'l1P ltee '
writes ietd
thus under (T
2 I. at the cession of California and New ;; oj committed'assassinationi?;:;d' ** ,' '-' wmhipstw ity' hte !d t..ent andfr -01 Angust.3cxtenau1n th cI. .'eda
.to tha United States, slavery and invol- '. One; of tli6 French 'Y\1.pemproposesto.maea-' tionali&WiJshipa thirty one thirty-six;thlrij EftecCs C o1.the itQ1obeit-G" 'LlTU1 i. JD ...I 'I. .',
IPee that the statement made servitude had been, prohibited and did damize the principal streets'of.Pafis-so as to ;evefi.-thirty eight'..'and+thirty-nine, ,"of range tthg 0}ra" T:w t.i.i.an" !h':.".n meous"." .._fLi 'ioJ ',. ,J.
Taylor, in a letter writ n to therein,{the laws.:in _,existence there get rid of the paving-Etones/which'are'BO con- eighteen.6 1J'r. : --' p -" > /-.c &**.a*& Otl1ei ef ...''Te i.k wltont1i rart'U4' ""C ,
wenceof remain in force until venient .;.e-H / *5 *** Toviip' twenty-tHree'{and.qyenty-ro'ttt > t..H! ,&.. T *K1 ... :'i
Boston/had.s :iC that ceded, .shall ,.. for making barricadei. ,, _,. t (sa :,".. ;
ry- -A "
'n ; Ihirty .
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president of the United, SuteSjho by 4he. .Congress'of the United State m fractional'to'wnshipthirty:Ajn townships ',l.22"'lSiS" t. .t r, "l t. .2t"" ( { .I.f
gj e.his Cabinet from the bei also to the Secretary7* table the decree. f:: "M <>"* jtjtit-', i f\; 1-11' '* !*V .J ;! ;;tMrty4eve h rt ei iidfrnCtiOfla: t--J. J:'l'_f. 1. .'JUJ;. .ftjtl.f'f!., f"f '
-.zNo.J l'i (1 ; :14 _'_'Ik7" e'-- .. :, .
aigiof the Union is sneered at in byPresident GuerrerOj abolishing'sla :-- .tfr# ff.isC' township lilrtY--ninerornDge-D1n: t.e 1" .t1h- 5' Li ; 'IDiff
ctJ Papers. This )'morning- the..rep.ub1 i.-Mexicojtal bii.an act, LET, ALLxWHOrARE JAEFLICTEDASTHMA .'WITH !TOw ships etthexcehe'westefl: I b'ffii l'if' wn't! L4aw '
leer '' / AD.THE1J'OLLOWING1'' J' H r or'&itih tr) 'thi e.-1 th rljtwo 4 thjrtl- tJJ't hi t' '
contains the synopsis of a by1theopgr3 ..Dfltal'lfl'lS37l. .. '- OJ g6roi&ti4 bitrc fE. !
fred by Mr. Lawrence at the Whig that slavery And shall; forever remain. J '\ iTTE'r ".. 'air,4 thirty:sevenf Otufal&SKf iid1thIrtnifle, FIOriJkith&CtiT1i, wIII'eXpb 'I" i
%tet1fl& at Burlington, Vermont lathe Republic;&*,'; Of jh .fCth1 at MrSeth'W" w ;: :.. of range twenty. .4 fM5Townshipa f. : !u..t 'bicrSitfiCf'r ni t lIO ifih ,
to Canada. The.following words ws>ere In existence and in f rp4tat. the Sir HkyingTe nafliicW for mort than thl!I-, } thirty,.thirty.OJi.e'ant*thirtyiwo, nta"J .VDTlue.UI: "M .
froa the report ot his rlmarkf f.* the' 'L.Ii., e.,had. ..ZatISfie1..'.. ,.n"himBe1tbe-..' ..tr.{"!"4 ,. ty'eds With th 1 t.lp laii tiaiflSilIOBeYe1"e1.ttS of range twenty-one.,'- ,\. .. "-_ '-'-, iC1.'|. 'C.1r 6jdl; exCb ..w ti'(egS "
h. .4 / to' buSl. th 11'
1Ir. attendattiftf 4thirty nre7/ ;
L asserted that Gen Taylor 't'. iJ7i'fut1" incapacitate'me from o TownshipaQthirUi 1o, r lionn sale 011"th uiyl.'c& rr a&m .
.G l : t.4 ti'H'lp", "if I ; : ness and)1&Y1 ig'adopted niedicines wit!-' tbi111-three.1Ulct.hif1.our, ,'.'! w tItW'O I *1l' Ti f/ii* dm- J 'lL>wTTb. >
whiZ: He icas-. -rcJJoJt1ie. qTiesfaipn, p ', many 'i',4--" M. ..w; t t-:.r"" It"i ? g1 'I
lI ,. rti out botiettporary reU aborft : i1j 1
aLesei v.tj-it.lv rt"'nt"'anI )
-.nto any r. I pnrchMed 1i H
; trDlUU IWfJta & -: ae _. : ; i : : J
.- flaT. .,v-.... ",., -"f' : ".r'l.' bt'xiS d' i.O\'b tfler th three f.t:Mncf:Hrr.Edward: ,Maeont'tyoaTiagent .I'=. t t l n i A. ll% A comme : CJ.SteP-to.aa+;.. aitUecutIoD in t4Tor.ot Qitd.
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-Irj&wrence ai lsyiinde: i ; pqwefofk.h \lJiiit1.LAtJC' ;,. in J lslclty/.1/ Beveral,bottles of'vYisfcir'sj i'( t $ t.tO' 'J1Mfll&rcoT. ".L O 'LED'Wn -'. I
gr.toih 1 I '
The '' '' 1 it'"ttm_ rl'fli ,. Balsam of.WUd Cttrry from the effects which "f1 'JnD..A.1 JA. I
question now:before,the .. wa.., &r,,IJ' .. r J 7t. 'OIJu-w. :'
COQ tl'J iswhether-Qeh. TA1I \ : 'roped" o d ; "Lb e"e do.th 8Ul' I obtained'BJorer lietlth froraiAU the naedicin e'-ia'. enu Ui\f. 1t I*.a.&t;.dt. rT1uf il TJJ. F'F'ed to the' fin ,
i im.ftt .Iliad tatoir for that" disor-j : -
tf the doctrixesj 24th.miD g, ever -diftresaing VftIloNUPS TlZO: Monrla7'tc-hpstllut. !
great Whig _. I' r -.ar.113'7 'tJf..1..1f .
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- V*: ..,'.':;.I'.1, --AI. :--:ckua- Tax'Cotlectbr's, "Sale' : '1 ; I .- OA" ;."', 'M'R"E'ED t:1"( .. a' .
> ...' T .be offered, for sale at.public outcry, I Il' J ,l4.r/v... "> ) '" : ..UOUftO... ., .'CO''v.. .,T". .-' _, ,, 8.' A.B m m*mm am* ** *.-< s*, ". fttU d IS'1 .l
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on hand a" assorted'stock .
- 'J utcrthocursBoueithet.own. H', constantly : ., :: .: .iY; iiI $ .fVD..A10Q' borior. rud'.t S a
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of Kewriansville in said county on Monday the' times cA Jl warranted S .
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t1. ii,. t vt: 14th day of August next,within the legal hours ;.Proyisipn :.piyGoddSi. viijfTj* >'' .I'i|?v? pericrito any:: .diseases withpii "i 2W':8AND'Ai1Rl i ftS5

;' .! of sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided Interest : 1 I. ly ,- "omitiItl",tii Pt..iritAtAltl8...rdsbilhratissgthepatientaniItPatiC11rtYadaPted m*EXtr XS l i1I m
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.1 .,. of the following named'persons n.ndto, Hardware,1 Crockery, ) ,; fT appearing to*elmd&1it') ; :.t'Tho, fora. ; 'i'T'i : 'ftp*''..A" 'I'UIt'e''RJit8-' ; ,r.., ...... .
- r :' ;::' certain tract of land known as,.the Arredondo Superfine Flour,in bbls;: and'U bb1 N" :Jt Taylorand Philip Sawyerdefendants in the i S FALL,AND:-WINTER MEDIOIJ.'IB.e -; No female wh Ji reuiri't.u tV .'

.If. .''"ii Grant,to satisfy and,pay the taxes due thereon Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers; bill filed in;.the.above txwae, reside out of the: great:>beauty and;;superiority_of this Sarsaparilla S preac Jg thatciUat perioi,,Jae ."
t .-: ::: for the State and county, for the year !1847.) Hams,Bacon,Pork F M Beet Pickled Tongues; State: tFl'and that the said,Thomas Tay.lorrcsIdinEuropeandthat : orer.all other remedies Ia l :era-l $hQuldfleg1ttOtakftentivdfoany & .I) tub NJiS it"

f't: .: ;:f and all.cost$charges, for,the advertising and MackereL Codfish Salt;Rice; s m' : .the 'said Philip :i' :'dicates:diacasef it invigorates > ofthe .nurnirotisjj)

$1.41I1'ft tale thereof to wit: Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, Beans, S resides in the V StateofMIssissippnSis 5 1S:: jL"bo', conzumptIoncnred, 1 ; disease* to.;'whicli females)re..ubIe l
"..1':' The undiTided interest or portion of Blood6d Irish Potatoes;; S? : ; _Ordered,That, eaI&defexidants.appear cleanse and strengthen,, ';< ." tim&or Ute.JJ TM.u ott 1na7b.8eYeia1'yeInb' Fit_"
V 1O and.Thos..Tilleston. Sperm Oil Candles; S and answer_the.said .bUl, other' wise.it:shall b consumption.can.be cuJWt.. usin this ct,.
f j medi.
,')9 :: The Interest of Charles,A.Jarvis Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee taken pro confesso. 7 ]' T )fi"X "-. V bronochitis,:consumption t liver,complaint;, lesralu5blIrorthoseho N01'. ta.. "
.! ..1i. The interest of Noah Jarvis Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; : It is further,Ordered, That.copy of this Order 5 eo1da'cougbs catarrh,::asthnvs spit* .-,- .wo d, asit Is leuf&t;l't' .p, .
.' -4 .,/ The interest of J romus'Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed and Pulverised I be published in some' newspaper printed in t ting of bTcod,soreness in the chest. b1'q l.k II ghe I bIG.IF ka t
1 ; ',4; The interest of Alexander Mu r. Sugar; S I the'Eastern Circuit of Fl iida.once'a month! S hectic flush,night sweats difficult ;" iDdeed,1bla mediciDela j i
Interest of Mordecai Myers. .Alcohol for nine months, reference to the said Thomas or profuse' alltheUbraces
: t i The Brandy,Rum Gin Whiskey, Turpeu S 5 expec- diseaxeato.whIchw .
V 4:::'1 The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for theyears tine; S, Taylor, and once _a week-for. four :months, 'In .S toration 11d painS S 'S .Ae, jihole lysien,en, h :
- it, .. 1846.and !47.; London Porter'Port-Madeira and Champagne. reference. to the S said S Philip' Sawyer. in the side,iic. S nt1yth e.<'natural e.'impurities )1'ftmO m J
1,1.t :;. The interest oflchabod Prall. Wine; SCordiaisConfectionary JOS. B. LANCASTER have. and> 5 otth Jj lY- 'iO.t IIt.l.
: : :. fi4 The interest of Aaron Peck for the years ,Preserves &c. Judge So/Circuit of Florida.THOS J can be .the'syattnu'j.&o produce'ation 'aU ?

'.' .h" 1846 and'47. A Complete Assortment of,Dry Goods- F. KINO. SoL for CompVt.Key : cured. ,t. f 1. which is the case of most'Ubseqllea
The interest of Cyrus Perkins.. Calicos Muslins Bonnet and Taffeta West, February t9, 1848. 9m there never: remedy. that,has m. e .
.,:'1:': Ginghams. Probably was a for female weakness and disease. ._ .. ...
'. : ';.:r. The interest of John N.: Sayer. Ribbons S Iff' CIRCUIT COUIIT. been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE. OF THE''HEART* '' ?.
,. ,;.! TheInterestofJohflM.SeaD3fl.J' Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'd and unbleach'd;, EASTERN CIRCUIT? FWRIDA-Cotntxr, orST. as this;".it cleanses and strengthens the S S TUBE :AND*DRoPy! 4-' t
.; ;i Th interest. of the heirs.of Wm Taylor, lot Irish Linen, Diaper Bishops and Long'Lawn; ..JOHNS:;IN CHANCERY. syBtemand appears to heal the ulcers on the 5S 1'NKvYo 'J *',
7 It .':':4 the years 1S46 and'47. Cambrics, Jaconet, wiss,and cross bar. Muslins S The Southern Life lungs, and the patients gradually regain'their DR. TOWHSSHD Xfcar Sir al" 184 t

i i. ? :? Th interest of Wm Thorn,for the years 1846 Hosiery, Hdkfs,',GloveS Suspenders; ,. surance & Trust 'hi-l S ': S usual. health and strength. ; been afflicted ..with disease:Pftheeii Ml.it. 1i'witi'
',' and'47. Tickin Linen and:Cotton Oanaburg Bill Foreclose (" (
;'J. ny touse Arthur to CURIOUS CASE) OF CONSUMPTION; ; terrible Inpliw for ottf
\ .. interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill for'pants, ; 1 o
The II
; ;; ;.' S Reed I .5 There is scar ely a day passe but there arca the greater i rt-of tltf'tbfetroubled
'.' The interest of Israel Foote.t'f &. &a, &o. J 1 number of cases of Consumption reported S with shortness 81"11l !

:. interest of Jesse Delano. ,for the Unbrelli-Silk, Gingham, and, Cotton,in steel Av8pouJ ud 5 cured by the use ofDr.Tow zend's Sarsaparilla tering pfjthe heart, orbnatJa&l4llh1i Ch. has; izai.. .1
,(. .. .\,: The interest of Barnabas' Osburn and whale bone frames; having been"mode to appear to thea-sat s- The following was recently received: .*, .treisinl,' and has frequvntly 'berii' .
184C and'47.. Hardware&.Cutlery-Knives Scissors, Razors; IT ,that the S bta
; years faction of the Court by Affidavit DR. TOWNSEND-Dorr Sir: For the last 'leave her bed.andseTere The 4ra>ture"'Y:
.; #..... t;J The interest of John Rodman, for the years Nails Hinges Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed three years 'I have ,been afflicted with general '8hetriedalmoste., .
..' .. :.. 1846 and'47 Tea Trays; in the above entitled resides out of the : I .
'. ., I;., cause debility, and nervous consumption of the last .such cases! with but little bend'bt
a ,' 1' The interest of Thomas Dexter,marked on Collins Axes, Hammers Hatchets, Saws; State of Florida, and out of the United States. stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had _taken but three..botUes..ot } \ .. .1

.f.. .;;;. the map of said Grant' owner not known for Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains. Pots, Kettles and in Cuba,:one of the West India Islands,and all. After'going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieVof ] OUl't1ceUQrt .

'..'i-a,'$: the years 1846 and 47. &&, &0.; SS beyond the jurisdiction of this Court.Therefore, under the care:.of some of the most distinguished the heart, and the roptureltirely a ofU.; 1
.f:"!.. The interest of Henry Dudley, for the years A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A On motion of C.'W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for regularphyeicians and members of the disappeared., hDcifitJ. !

;;.,.1' .:?;: 1846 dud'47. Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. said Complainant, Board Health In New York"and. elsewhere, She has also hadithe roP'1Jand* :; l j I
.. _} t., THOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots& Shes-Men's Women's and Children'sBoots It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much 81OUCIIWe ,had to idea YII Jt
t. and Ex-officio Tax Collector, and Shoes of all kinds.A tt Q'e
-:; jaud and others be required to appear and answer regain my health; and after read- be so benefited sbehacl I
,as. snch ft"
t. i::, ;. r for Alachua county. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines said Bill Complaint within six months, ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of di8ea8 But ItT. has'as stfm'g is COJri li (
1. :, February 19, 1848 6m &0.JackSonville. the some will be taken as onfessed against =1 tp.'y \
or to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear,-'relieved her of the dropsy. ,
,',:t .' ,..,. '. In Circuit Court, April 15,1848. ly him.It done me great good, and called to see yon at that, this statement 18,so.strange as to
..::" l EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, your office ; .with your advice 1 kept on, and do almost like fiction butit ,
:..!:IJ COUNTY DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. WAREHOUSE OF duly certified by the Clerk of this Courts be published most heartily thank you for your advice. I per
a.- ;: OF ,
:: PRINTSONLY.No. in some newspaper printed within the severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been
.:'.-.., !'. AnM Morley, 1 Bill for Divorce. Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively able to attend to my usual labors for the last 'C'C't
.it VB.
: ,. for six months. four months and I the 'Ct
: of God
I hope by blessings
o r /# .' John Morley. ) 56 Cedar Street New York.
*. I [Signed ] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I and to continue health.It .
; to the satisfaction of the Court, I. your Sarsaparilla my -
!;rf.,; F appearing affidavit filed that the Defendant in the PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court helped me beyond the expectations of all that
.::: t. .! by J1mm flDT1flNS Lmm, do hereby certify the above to be a true copy knew CHARLES 'ff
case. QUIMBY. : l
,,:;,!*: above entitled cause resides out of the State of my 'fC
.'i tl Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) of an Order, duly made and entered of record Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. : ; 'fil

.: .{:,. Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE in the above-entitled cause, on the sixteenth State oJNem Jersey, Essex Covitty, ss.-Chas.
; : by James W.Bryant Esq., her Solicitor, No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLE day of August, A.D. 1847.P. Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on 1 iiC
*,.. {;:> ['. It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale B. DUMAS, his oath saith, that the foregoing statement. is
., ;.:_. and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Com of the Single Article of Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. true according the best of his knowledge and

;.. ;. plainant within four months, or the same will PRINTED CALICOES.Their Jan 71848. Iamf6m belief. CHAS. QUIMBY* ca CI
; taken confessed against him. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange.the .
;r <. ; be as 111 Circuit Court, 1r
;" '. ;. t'h, further Ordered, That copy of this Or- present Stock consists of nearly EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: 2d August 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, > 1c

''.:,:;. ,. der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, COUNTY OF .DUVAL: -!N CHANCERY Justice of the Peace. [ ,

.. '.'r be published in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different Mary Moore ) :
.: the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively I patterns and colorings, and comprising every vs. > Bill for Divorce. TWO CHILDREN SA VED.
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thing desirable in the line FOREIGN and fw families' indeed in fact have ;
'r .. } for four months.THO. Henry Moore ) Very we
DOUGLAS Judge. DOMESTIC. not heard of one-that used Townsend's
been made to
: satisfactorily
.1 ;: ;. Clerk of said Court do All of which are offered for sale for cash or IT having appear Sarsaparilla in time lost children the past
.*. :i.. ; I. LOWESTFBICkS by affidavit, that Henry Moore, the defendant -
: .e.: hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at the named in the above entitled cause, resides summer, while those that did not sickened and ( )

'a ... ;a. Order made and entered of record in said enti- by thePIECE beyond the jurisdiction of this Court. out of died The certificate we publish below is con- II
'. ,_ tied cause in said Court, on the 28th day of OR PACKAGE.New this State and in the State of New York, therefore clusive evidence of its value, and is only another -- III If
.' j( March A. D. 1848. Styles are received almost every day on motion of Gregory Y Cole Esq., Solicitorfor instance of its saving the lives of children: : Ir
: IN WITNESS WhEREoF I hereunto set and many of them are got up for our own sales said complainant, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ,

: '!.; f L. s.] my hand, and affix tile seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. It is Ordered, That the said defendant appear cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer
I : t; Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk.April JJT: Printed lists of prices, corrected from and answer the bill of complaint of said com- complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15 ; :

; 4 :.,.:. '., 1, 1848. 4m day to day, with every variation in the market", piainant within four months, or.the same'will months old and the other 3 years. They were I ; 1j
I .., ".:. \ C. -- are placed in the hands of buyers. be taken as confessed against him. very much reducedzand j expected they would
I .' .; :::.: '. 'Diival ITIilitia Claimants. Merchants will be able to form some idea of And it further Ordered, That a copy of this die; they were given up by two respectable oj
'", ; non-commissioned officers and privates the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court,. physicians. When the doctor informed us that : (
a TIlE state that the value of our usual stock of we must lose them we resolved to,
V : Captains Bush Prices and Suarez' compAnies be published in some newspaper,printed within your
V''l ,Florida Mounted Mi1itul.for.servicein the this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the Value of the Eastern Circuit of Florida,once a week con- Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had

./: '...4,. a.. years 1838-9,who huve not yet signed the necessary the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by secutively for four months.. little ,confidence, there being so much stuff advertised
V ;' : papers,relating to their claimsin the'hands our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact} together THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.I that is worthless: but w& arc very

;. ..I' .:;=' of the undersigned/ure requested to do so without with the fact that our 'means and our ,OSCAR HART Clerk of said Court, do hereby thankful that we did,-for it undoubtedly saved ;
=. delay. The papers to be signed are left with attention, instead of being divided among a vast .certify the above to be a correct copy,of an the lives of both. write this that others may !>
) .'. 0. .fl CoL Ponu, at the Post Office, or may be signed variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE order made and entered of record in the above be induced to'use it. Yours, respectfully,

I! : I':'' ;: at my office GREGORY YALE, will render the advantages which we can offer. entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day of JOHN, WILSON Jr. ;
_ .'. .} Agent Duval companies. to dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be February, A. D, 1848. Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847.
U.- .
: [":",lm. Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. tf our care that none who visit our establishment IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set LUNATIC AYSLUM.
.: .b' '.. shall meet with any disappointment.Our [L. S.] my hand and affix die s seal of said James Co minings, Esq.one of the Assistants '
'fl'. ".0.. '.j Executor's Notice. assortment is complete at all seasons of Court. OSCAR: HART, Clerk. in'the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackw ll's Island.is the

: .r'..t.r: MONTHS after date shall apply to the the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. February 19, 1848. 4m gentleman spoken of in the following letter:
SIK S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of RHE UJJI.A.7'ISM.
; .4. Judge of Probate of Duval county,-for a S ,
:"! A final discharge from my Executorship of the Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original This is only one of more than four thousandcases ,

.4, ," -':. a Estate of James B. Roberts,deceased. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection ALACIIUA HOUSE. of rheumatism that Dr. TownsentTs Sarsaparilla ,

'j" :.' : May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS, Err. he withdrew some time ago, has resum- THE Subscriber having purchased the house has cured The most severe and 0ar>
_ t... .:-fa ed business in connection with Messrs.Lee & premises formerly owned and'occupied chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -
;. 1.'' STRAY COW FOUND. I Judson, and assures his friends that the new by J. W. Pearson, Esq at Newnansville, virtues_: ::

.'' :'. 4 I HAVE found and conveyed to my concern shall hare the same pre-eminence in E. F.. will be ready to accommodate Boarders BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept.14,1S47. :
_ 4 : cattle at plantation : this branch of trade, which formerly' distiniuished arid Travellers after the 1st'day'of May next, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I have suffered ;
_ ;h :,:. pen my near the other two houses to whieh he be '
I and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as terribly for nine years with the rheumatism;
;, ;; shh'n a stray cow, marked with an under longed. June 25, 1847.. ly comfortable as possible. He has:good stabling, considerable of;the time I could not eat sleepor
bit and in one ear, and a smooth crop in and first rate hostler in attendance. |
.. 1 a always work I had the most distressing pains and
a ; ,
_ the other and branded with the letter XI. The
my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used
1ba. ': owner is requested to come forward, pay charges FAMILY COMPANION.SIX Newnansville,April 15, 1848. 6m four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have
; and take her JOHN McINTOSH. .
.I away.
1 thousand
_ done me more than one dollars worthof
May 27th 1848. tf Lectures on Causes,'Prevention and Cureof
) 7 '? HOLMES, CO. good-I am so much better. Indeed I am

4; : NOTICE. Heart, and Consumption all Female,Diseases.Asthma Diseases 234 pages of,the 28 TVTESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use <
this for the benefit of the afflicted. I
..; ; ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of engravings.. Paper 50 eta; ,bound 75 cents.Mail 1TJL their stock of Merchandize to the large
_ a ;;: Mattair, late of Duval county I to any part-postage 9 M cts. building formerly occupied by the United States,. Yours respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. i I :
a. Flo., deceased, are requsted to oome forward ] Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. known as the Government Building. They COULD NOT WALK.
_ ; ;. and make payment immediately. And all per. Mail to any ,part 50 cts. postage. Inhaling have added to their stock, by the late arrivals That Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very Li,5't}
Aile". sons having demands against said estate are requested Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail letter postage. Abdominal from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods best remedy for female complaints there is
4 4 t' .1 to present them within the time prescribed Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10 for all I Groceries, 'Hardware, Provisions, &&, &. no disputing;. thousands and ''thousands of
by law, or they will be forever barred. Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb, which they are prepared to sell at reduced weak and debilitated females" that'were prostrated

_, ISAAC YARN, Jr, and Weak Back and Chest;S sent by express prices. by those_ diseases to hich females are (
Administrator with the will everywhere. For Braces Supporters,, or S ,They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, subject were soon in' the enjoyment of robust

Black Creek, May 27th, 1848. 2m Rupture Supporters, give: height from head to Hides, and other produce of the at the heilth.S S :
It_- foot, and circumference of person next the'surface highest Market rates,' and makecash advances New.YORK, Sept.'23,' 1847. ,
ROT ICE. ,just above the hips. If Rupture,mention on consignments to their friends in Savannah DR.,TowssEND-"Dear- Sir My wife has for ;:
CJ IX'WEEKS from date I shall apply to theO which side. Agents wanted for the sole of the and Charleston, or NewYork. the last'yea.r" been very sick,'and in a greatly ..

:, 'a ,Hon. Judge Probate of Columbia county, above goods. Address, Dr. S. S. FITCH,, 707 They have a new article of. Wrought Iron" reduced state of health, being reduced by*a
Florida, for Letters of Administration upon the Broadway, New York post paid. Ploughs-to.which they would respectfully call variety complaints such as females are liable
i :,. Estate of Thomas J.Brannen,late fsaid county April 1., 1848. iy' the attention of Planters. to;she got so,bad at length that sha was entirely trc
a.e d a.ed. E. B. BRANNEN. 5 5 S S S Jacksonville Nov, 1846. tfS ,unable to:walk,'arid was as helpless as a child; trC$1:

-.t 4 Alligator, June 17th, 1848. Fifty Dollars Reward, ; ; she. commenced .:using"your Santaparilla andshelxnmediately I, ) Ca
b r -a. WILL BE GIVEN BTTHE G.REAT REDUCTION' THE PRICE OF tegan to regain her strength,

NOTICE undersigned for the apprehension '. r Y' celebrated I Remedy .for the her:complaints left her, and after taking several -
SIX MONTHS after date;;I shall,present my t. and safe delivery into the Fever andAgue-from' Two Dollars to One.The 'bottles'she is restored. Being a singular

and vouchers as Administratrix of Duval County Jail of thct following .,, following'' gentlemeri nare'my authorized' ease I'thought, it might do good to publish it.-
the Estate of Henry.Barnard' ,Jr, late of Duval negroes, to wit:, Venis, a woman, Han- Agents,:and Jme'.t the'genuine for.sale." She;used< a number*6f remedies that done her ;
county,deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probate nibald, a boy, Georgians,a girl, and what chil Orders from mnyartftha'U lt d"States-... no,good'previously.' '- IYo ,:resPecttuny,'
of;jtaid, county for a final settlement of said dren the above named Venis might have borned irillin'eehrithprom't'at! enti i Address postpaid S 1 .c 'JOHN MULLEN, 87. 'Norfolk-st.. .
? -
? :Estate,and shall,at the same time apply for since she has been absent 'supposed.to be two ", ; WM/HUMPHREYS' S a t* t T*-'-- >'A : &

r Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix of or three,and Ellick, an old African znau.S : '-'f 8amnaba.AGNTSt 'I '-1 ,,. .," ,S S ':TO' THE'LADIES. "
4' .. which all persons interested in said Estate, are The above fugitive _slaves have been absent. aSrs.MarSton &Brothers,.Baltimore :OBE.A7''FEl.A.LE'MEDIOINE.DR ., -
,) desired to take notice.HENRIETTA.. nearly four years. JOHN;M. PONS. Maryland; Dr..P.M.Cohen,:Charleston* TOWNSEND'S SARSAVARiUt/fis/ : a sovereignand
: BARNARD, Adm'x. Jacksonville, March 25th. 1848. 5- 6m South Carolina: ,T, C Risley Hamburg; S. C.; R speedy cure for incipient consumption;'and
.,;, Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. 6m "|- _Lj_ _- ( I S Bailey,-::1Aurens'vill ,'S.,C.'T;; J 8 Fariara';; for the'general 'prostration of the system--no
f SL1? 4t CLARK & LAWSON I hamville, S.S. B R B Bytherwood Beaufort, 8,C.: matter"whether the''result inherent *cause,

'r' : '. TYPE ,FOUNDRY, FACTORS AND.GENERAL.; COMMISSION, :MEa.ClUlfTft.S It.T Patick. Salem, Tenn4 J:S.Walker. Madison, or- :"cau fJ' .\PFpdubed by Irregularity;illness'oraccident.
; Gold Ga.; W K Kltch n, ,Augusta'G; .''Shotwell .' V?"' ': "' J, : V *
: y' 59 ,corner of Ana street, N. York. ; Georgia, tender,.their services ; '
S 4': subscribers have taken the Type Foun- to.planters and others.and solicit Gilbert' '' Mason, Ga4 J H&,WS, Ellis,;'' Macori_ Nothing can \be\more surpjrising\than Its invigorating
consignments '
; :
THE ,and will continue the business lately on cotton, and all other kinds of I t htf t &F1anderooiiGa* :: D raeztin effects on 'human frame. !Per4. kJ
Robert country ,,Griffin,.Ga.; Solomon'GoodalL, Atlan sons all.weakness'and lassitude,"from taking it ; |
conducted by Taylor. They will attend produce. They ar agents, for the,celebrated :
ta Ga: Williairi : arid full of under Iafl;
; Ro6tr MariettaGaVpunhirig at once become robust ,
receive with -
to all orders they may punctuality Etowah Mills of Class .from' whom
county1 i
:t ,nd dispatch. All the Type manufactured by are weekly supplied with Flour, .fresh, ground they, ham & ,Co,JaltoriGa4Dr; FjCulbersdri,La I its influpnceu"Immediately.counteracts:theneryelessriess ; :; :
3 them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnish and equal,to, Northern flour. They also keepon Grange,:Ga.; Winter& Epping; Columbus, G.; i of the 'female framefwhichb the :(
Ji B.H Mitchell! Newnan,' Ga Joseph Grim gre. tW c se''t.bA i :, : :
All kinds:of Printers'Materials, of the best;qua!. hind, constantly, ,osnaburgsand ,yarns .v' .
5 S ity.:, Mr. J. A.T. Overend is still employed in fromj.the.,Eatq ton Cartright. Planters, and Burke county, Ga-jRHBarrett/ReesevillerGa:: ;:it:will n ::expected:: f usjincase8 of,so
f 4 : superintending manufacturing department. Cedar.Shoal t manufactories,)which they sell.at AMcLane'&CoT'JackBonville,1 DaYisboro'G Ga.Molvilliamson ;; delicate,. a naturej to, exhibit. certificates. ;; ? Iafli
the iMLcte&that
S S Proprietors of newspapers,who haTe not advertised the manufacturing prices. .PWJiL; Saridersville ; n assure .. :
S f 4 fortho. subscribers, wh may publish March:J 1, !84.S ,', ,. '3m 0 Ga.; W A Hayles, Xouisville Ga>;(.W5A, 'hundreds of cases thiaiebeehirepcted. ous ; : i
4 % ? Carswell Sa-qulDahv, 'O'D w"mm( MtlWU'e'bei
: ibis"notice three months will be,entitled to ; PfMartUL Savannah, : I' ;
., .
4tS' I" ;
-S '
: and andsuffering
tressed : debility
receive In type,uonp lS.fivotimes Ga1JASperryHouston cbuntyTGa '.William ,weakness general ,
: amount, par,of their bill 'advertising. \-/ WM.S.'-LAWT6N; I' .CrrJacksonboro-Gs.; E:A,Burch'wkfris-' continuallr bypain':and.with.'}'other,'

: .. ;Old Type taken in exchange for"new at 9 eta. } TO&-ir. .COMIflSSION MERCUAI1baIeaSc. YilleGL- ftwt5 ,l' Ga4JB'BhackCree difficulties and having known;cases where your : i tcK ttN
*t* ) ,Cole ;FlorldaflF;-ponHen,Jack- edffeet: and d also
_, '
: ,W "' yillerFlaj Il' 6mended'I ..I have
The Type wmWnici the""NEWS"" Iiiat 5 ;J.Wright& Co.NewOrleans,La. hcg .
L WM east at.this establishment S BtaNcu--E. .G.TaudoEsq'C.'J.McDonald.',near"Ga. ,Jack.onvilleEFGov. ".I .:. 'Aprils, 1848.,: 'ii't"W, E 'l ". debedrobtin; d a" bottle of Extract :
S p ,. ; ; CMIHmore '
followed the
,, BampariUa'arid; direct ions
., ;. WHITING .TAYLOR. 8 fCWld; DS HW. ,F H. 1't\m ,.. 5V ,, you
.' ; Successors S .'to R ben Taylor C1iarl it D8.c./.11*-.*-Ji'i... ,' -* .. !:i 1t tcuVJ. 1'mtmn. ,;In 1' 1 t J : ,Jj i"'ti't"b4 eiL Iii 5hQ1't-, odIttem ,edhercom.' .' :: ;
vSI t' reitbret hu 'thialth. .B i :
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