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 12, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. rttfttnnwith ; the adrertisement.n marked with the number. SPEECH OF-'DIR; CALHOUN. UTe the effect attributed to them., As soon,as bated, howereii to no superiority ii cither about a result so devoutlyto be-idabkdI Mte* 4sg

J rr, Adscrrte umenta uire J.will not continued until forbid IN SENATE or U. 8,'June 27,. -. the'treaty,between the two countries is ratified I spect, but ::10 accidental circumslahies! Which re- behaved:from the. DntUit1.7t "SJ
). [CONCLUDED "FB.OX'OtTB. the and only question tJ
.1fI LAST] sovereignty authority of Mexico the gave both its officers and soldiers more favorable ufticJ : '
=1. Ii M' Bat it would be a great error to conclude that territory acquired by it become-extinct,and opportunities for their display. All have- Union, and subvert our,system' otpmmientf' f.1 ('
announceyFsus Congress has the absolute power of:goTcrning that of the United States is substituted in its done theirduty no ly,'and high and that the sooner it:was met ana cettIecL4tlie- 1t

. _IIIrt for 511 Ma urns. |t t,000 the territories, because it has the soleor ezclaaive'powcr. place, carrying with it the constitution, with! its gallantryjire: but common!atfrjto courage.ofqur and' safer and better' for all, :T laTe aevet drobted'. iCr\

,l' ODf.lquabtor8 and Creditors, t : 10 00 The reverse is the case. It is sub* overriding control over all the laws' and institutions pie. Would it be right and just to close a peo-ter- bat' that f permitted. to;progress beyorid's cer'" :
No cation for Letters. of Administration 5'00 ject to many and important restrictions and conditions of Mexico inconsistent with it. It is true, ritory thus won against"the South, and'leave it tain.poln its settlement would'become 1.. <",
will be inserted
.o tr AU religious notices gratui-- of which some are expressed and others the municipal laws of the territory not inconsistent open exclusively to the North? Would it deserve sible;and am :under deep cbnvictlon'.tfiat 1ru'tnowrapldly'approaching .i2

" esse. admissaWe personal communications will implied., Among the former may be classed all with the condition and the nature of our the name of free soil, if one halt the Un itj and that if it is. et.' '1 ,
iTTAll IIJ d.ertienients."r the general and absolute prohibitions of the political system would according,to.the writers ion should be excluded ,and the, other half erto be averted, itJ must be' done"speedily: In'*
k'1nbms*for Job Printing must be paid on the constitution; that all those which prohibit the on the laws of nations, remain, until changed, should monopolize it/-when it was'won'.by the uttering these opinions look to the whole. If* \ :
? the workk exercise of certain powers under any circum not as a matter of right, but merely' of suffer' joint expense and joint efforts of all ? Is the speak earnestly; it"ia to aTe i protect all?"* J a :
. belircgol R AU( MmmunicalK must be addressed to stances. In this class is included the prohibition ance, and as between the inhabitants of terri- great law to be reversed that which is won by As despw is the stake of thii South in thr Unl:>* 1 + ,
1.J' Gi Jn H1Z/ARD.. pontage paid.MMHaK of granting titles of nobility; passing ex tory, in order ,to avoid a state of anarchy, before all should be equally enjoyed by all ? Theseare on and our political. >institutions' it is'actTdecp*.* J;a,
. aiBMB BH BMHM BHi BH post facto laws and bills of attainder: the suspension they' can be brought.underr our laws. Thisthe questions which Address themselves amore er than that of_the hort We' shall be as well f '

, AMENDMENT TO TIlE of the writ of habeas corpus, 'except in is 'utmost limits to which sufferance 1 g es. to the heart than the head. Feeble must be the prepared;and as capable of meeting' '*wEat* laifj: m ,
Ii" Cn atialiea er the Slate of Florida. certain cases ; making laws respecting the establishment Under it the peon system would continue; but intellect which does not nee what is right'and come as you. "o /, ':7:

.. Icd cmd creed, to by the third General As- of religion, or prohibiting its free not to the exclusion of such of our citizens as just, and bad must be 'the heart unless unconsciously Now, .let mo say, Senators,;if our tTnion,arid*"> i',

. p r srnd?W il 1 ; subjf.d to the action DftM next Gaer- exercise ; and every other of like description, may choose to emigrate with their slaves or under the control of. deep and'abiding system to"share otgoveirnmentire the doomed to perish/and: 'ii,tl;
we fate
) el jlaembfy.iv which conclusively shows that the power.ofCongress other property, that may be excluded by the prejudice, which hesitates in pronouncing on have of' so many great people who'" '
, to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th over the territories is norr.abs+dute. laws of Mexico. The humane provisions of the which side they arc to be found. Noir;I-put gone before ns.,the historian,whoC in tinta ; ':
. ACT I future record *
w Indeed it laws of nations go ..no'furtherthan' to protect the question to the Senators may the nenta't g;la'ao j \"
is from the
of this North
Article of the Constitution State, so a great error to suppose that either i ; calamitous a result .devote'
trill his first
I. that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall this or the State governments possess in any the .inhabitants in their property and civil. what are you prepared to do? Are you prepareed to the ordinance, pf 87 as" ehapa'ter Fits .
hold their offices for a term of eight years, case absolute power. Such power can belong rights, .under their former laws until others ; to prostrate the barriers of the constitution, authors hate been the', lauded as'it; and H; ';
as $1 Et ot thai series a
; can be substituted. To extend them further and in defiance ;
behavior. to the ultimate open of the of
only called I dictates equity
good supreme rH
instead of during which led to it Hit "
next :
SECTION 1Se it enacted by the Senate and and that, in our system, resides in and give them the force of excluding emigrantsfrom i and justice exclude the South from the terri ted to the Missouri c chapter win be deto t.",.
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of Reprcscntativcs'of the State of Florida the people of the several States of the Union.- the United States, because their property. tones and monopolize them,tor the North? If :the .the nextto *- 1
Souse With or religion are such as are prohibited from being so vote,,against the amendment offered present.agitation. Whether r8"nt j ;:
General AsswMy convened, That the 12th us, governments; both Federal and State, by the be another beyond: not;
know I will
Clause of the 5th Artrclc of the Constitution of dire but agents, or, more properly, trustees, and, introduced by the laws of Mexico, would Senator from Mississippi, [Mr. Davis1 and if what ire des, depend5on .* .;Ire1
this State be so amended as to read as follows, as such, possess, not absolute, but subordinate not only exclude a great majority of the peopleof that should fail, vote against striking out the If he should may, it .
and limited the United States from emigrating into the 12th section. We shall then know what possess a philosophical, turri.jot
TJ- That at the expiration of the present term powers ; for all powers possessed by to ex mind, and be disposed to look to
more rote
office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, such governments must, from their nature, be acquired territory; but would be to give a high pect. If not place us on some ground where we and recondite. he Will ;'
tf trust and er authority to the extinct authority of Mexicoover can stand as equals in rights and causes, trace it to a pro* If.,
Tith the exception hereinafter mentioned, the powers: subject to all the restrictionsto dignity, and position which originated *
Court and the which that class of are. the territory than to our actual authority : where:we shall not be excluded from what has hypothetical flax \ ;r1
. Justices of the Supreme Judges powers but which
ism as now expressed and uJi.
lUbe Circuit Courts, shall be elected fora term Among them they are restricted to the nature over it. I say the great majority, for the laws been acquired at the common expense, and won derstood is themost'falae and now 5 iX J.
" and the of the and of Mexico not only prohibit the introduction of by common skill and gallantry. All we demand dangerous all '
of eight years, and shill hold their offices? for objects trust ; hence no political error. Tho which 1
proposition' al
that term,unless sooner removed under the pro- government under our system, Federal or State, slaves but of many other descriptions of property is to stand on the same level with yourselves, lade, has become an axiom in the mindsof' ?
ruion made in this Constitution, for the rcmontofJuJges bus the right lo do anything inconsistent with and also the Protestant religion, which and participate equally in what belongs to all. vast many on both sides of the "and U a 'i 1
Congress itself cannot prohibit. To such absurdity Less cannot take.I r'i.
by address or impeachment; and the nature of the powers entrusted to it, or the we repeated daily from
would the lead.I tongue to tongue, as an established i
for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonable objects for which it was entrusted ; or to express supposition now turn to my friends of the South, and and uucontrovertible _truth; it' Iii: ;>
cause, which shall not be sufficient ground for it in more usual language, for which it have now concluded the discussion; so far as ask, what are you prepared to do ? If neither that "all men are born free and,eq&L" Tam s. {
impeachment the Governor shall remove any was delegated. To do either would be to per it relates to the power; and have, I trust, established the barriers of the constitution nor the high not afraid to attack error,..however deeply it j ':

of'them, on the address of two-thirds of the vert the power to purposes never intended, and beyond controversy, that the territories sense of right and justice should prove sufficientto may be entrenched, or however widely extend* f-:. 'r
General Assembly l ; Prowled hoirever.: That the would be a violation of the constitution and are free and open to all of the citizens of protect you, are you prepared to sink down ed, whenever it becomes my duty to dpso/aa I .1l; ,.t.
caG"lr causes shall be stated length in such that in the most dangerous way it could bo the United States, and that there is no power into a state of acknowledged inferiority; to be believe it to be on this subject and occasion:"*'' :9]

+ itltlrw end entered on the Journals of each made, because more easily done and less easily under any aspect the subject can be viewed in stripped of your dignity of equals among equals, Taking the proposition literally, '(it is in that :t45
lIou!(. Art provi'M. further. That the cause detected. But there is another and important by which the citizens of the South can be excluded and be deprived of your equality of rights in sense it is understood J) there is .not 'wo'rd: of i
or cwjwfhaV.be notified to the Judge so intended class of restrictions which more directly relateto from emigrating with their property this federal partnership of States? If so.you truth in It. ,It begins with "all men are borhj7* ;

to be removal and he shall he admitted to the subject under discussion ; 1 refer to those into any of them. I have advanced no argument are wofully degenerated from your sires, and which is utterly untrue., Men are'not bora. +tr.r,
iu his b-rn imposed on the trustees the nature and character which 1 do not believe to be true will well deserve ._
hearing defence before any vote by nor to change condition with Infants are born. They grow to be meal: Ahtt ;J l'
fnr such removal shah pass: and in such cases of the party who constituted the trustees pushed any one beyond what truth would your slaves. But if not, 'prepare to meet the concludes with ,asserting that they. are''bora :
the rote shall be taken by Yclnll nays and and invested them with the trust powers to be strictly warrant. But, if mistaken, if my arguments issue. The time is at hand, if the question free and equal," which is not less faljft, They tar t-t
l th Journals or exercised for its benefit. In this it is the instead of being sound and I should not be '
ntre on 9 each House respec- case true as speedily settled,when the South not born area. While infants they are in- t '
tifclf, United States; that is, the several States of the hold them beyond controversy to be, should must rise up, and bravely defend herself or capable of freedom, being destitute'alike of the f1;;
8'c.2. Be further enacted, 1h at the Judgesntippointedun.Jer Union. It was they who constituted the government turn out to be a mere mass sophisms, and if, sink down into base and acknowledged,inferiority : capacity of thinking,and ac tiag without, which ht:; 1.

{ this amended Constitution as their representative or trustee, and in consequence, the barrier opposed by the ; and it is because I clearly perceive that there can be no'freedom. Besides; ) the 'are. necessarily :t.,
dm-le-l lot into four intrusted it with to be exercised want of should be surmounted this ;.
rinll be by class The powers for power, there is period is f&vorl\ble'for settling it, jilt is .borasnbjectto'theirparentaaad rcnmainso
first class shall hold his or their office 01 offices their common and joint benefit. To them in another still in the way that cannot be. The ever to be settled, that.I am in favor pressing ,. among all people and civilirsduntil 'i
for the term of two years the second for the their united character the territories belong, as mere possession of power is not.of itself sufficient the question now to a, decision-not because I. the development of eavage,their intellect: "" if- "
lerm of four t ears, the third for the term of s*.x is expressly} declared by the constitution. They to justify its exercise It must be in addition have any desire whatever to embarrass either physical, capacity enable" them;;to take'care of/ !.! fi
the fourth for the term of are their joint and common regarded shown that in the given it be in At; c
rears eight years. owners case can party reference to the Presidential election.. thrmselvea;. They grow to all the',freedom"of
{Passed the Senate by the Constiti 'ional ma !I 7s property or land ; and in them severally re- rightfully and justly exercised. Under our At no other period could the two great parties' wIiicn the,con jority, December 22. 1347. Passed the Houseof site the dominion and sovereignty over them. system, the first inquiry is : does the constitution into which the country is divided be made to. permits;by grbwitig to'b Qea. Nor'is'it' less r+. :
Representatives by the Constitutional ma- They are ass much the territories of one State as authorize the exercise of the power? If see and feel so clearly and intensely,the embarrassments -, false that they are:born trequalThey. are 1
ity. Janunry C., 181S.J another; Virginia as of New York; of the that be decided in the affirmative, the next is: and danger caused by the question.. not soiaanysensein'whichttcanbei'eguded'; I ,.-,', :;

April 29, IS4S. dm Southern as the Northern States. They are can it be rightfully and justly exercised under Indeed, they must be blind not to perceive that and thus as (have asserted there is not,a'word}j Pi
the territories of all, because they are the territories the circumstances ? And it is not, until that there is a power in action that must burst asunder oitrtith. in; the;jrhole proposition as.expressetl tu+1
jorS of each and of each because the too is decided in the that the *,, ti
NOTICE. I! they are affirmatives question tics that bind them together, strong as and generally,. et'Iwuu.o"l
territories of the whole. Add this the of the of it t .r4.
to expediency
perfect exercising is presented .they are unless it should be speedily settled. 1 'II .;
iY WEEKS after date, we the subscribers, If we trace it', back, we shall find the
equality of dignity as well which for consideration.Now Now is the propolsition !
as rights time if
1 will to the Hon. the of Pro- ever. Cast your eyes to theNorth : t
apply Judge differently .
in the Declaratfoiiof .
lute 1j j for SA?sau County for Letters of Administration appertain to them as members of a common Federal I put the question solemnly to the Senators and mark what is going on there; reflect Independence,expressed That ,:1 b
asserts "that all inea
Union, which all writers on the subject admit from the North: Can you rightly and justly on the tendency of for the last : a'
1 the estate of late of ennt. created The
on Joseph Bcrgallo are equal.72 form of-
to be a fundamental and essential relation exclude the South from territories of the U. three in reference to vital upresai.tj'! .
laid i county, decex!e l.DOMINGO ACOSTA between States so united, and it must be manifest states, and monopolize them for yourselves, of all quetions yea and you, must see mo no time All though ,leas are dangerous not created.is not, less erroneous.-:*'' :; }
that Congress, in governing the territories even if, in your opinion you should have the lost.I am thus brought to.t men, According .tothd :
JOHN A. CAEDO.FUlluJin can give no preference or advantage to o eState power t It is this question I wish to press on ton, How can question be settled? e.qu.e.It Bible only two,a man and a.woman, ever worst* d.t!

., a. Fla., July 15, lS S. CtAdministrator's over another, or to one portion of section your attention. with all due solemnity and decorum. in my opinion be finally and permanently ci and to the of,these,one All was pronounced subordinate :;Ii:r.
-- ------ of the Union over another, without depriving The North and the South stand in the justed way, and that is on the high : other:, Bothers 'have come into the ;
Notice. the State or section over which the preference relation of partners in a common Union with principles of justiceandtheconstitution., Fear world by being born, and in no sense, as I have .E

olIE Subscriber, having qualified as Administrator is given, or from which the advantage is with equal dignity and equal rights. We of the not to leave it to them. The'Jess you do the ,shown, either free or equal :But this,form of7 'rl Ii
on the Estate of the late RobertGLiriugstrn. held, of their clear and unquestionable right, South have contributed our full share of funds better. If the .North and South cannot stand expression being less,striking and popular, has .j' ;
Notice i% hereby given, to all and subverting the very foundation on which and shed our full share of blood, for the acquisition together on their brd' and solid foundation, given way the present and under the author- ; ;tr

r P IOU!. (Creditors, Legatee?and, Distributees I the Union and Government rest. It has no of our territories. Can you,then, on any there is none they can. If,theobligations 'ityof; document and. put forth' D.EO'great aa o ;-'fr.
sad: others.) having demands against said es- more power to do so than to subvert the constitution principle of equity and justice, deprive us of of the constitution and just e be has.leading to such mportantconsejj: ;:)-
.t it tto present them, properly authenticated, itself. Indeed the act itself would be its our full share in their benefit and advantage? too feeble to command the respect of hl' quenceSj; spread; far and wide and fixed itself ,. r Jt
within the time prescribed bylaw. to the Sul subversion. It would destroy the relation of Are you ready to affirm that a majority of the how can the South expect that our deeply in the public mind. It was inserted w iiii "

scriber; if by mail, postpaid, or this notice will equality on the part of the Southern States, and partners in a joint eoncern have the right to the far more feeble ( shewU'rg' Declaration It of Independence Without any :j

bl 6 plead in bar" of their recovery. sink them to mere dependants of the Northern, monopolize its benefits to the exclusion of the Congress? Nor should the, North fer.that"- justification necessity. in made, -.nee essary,.part-of our ;''i '
JAMES A. PEDEX, Adrn'r..N'ewnnnsville to the total destruction of the Federal Union. minority, even in cases where they have contributed by leaving it where justice and the constitution separating.izontaihepamt; ; rj"(',
July 13, IS IS. Sw I have now shown, I trust, beyond controversy their full share to the concern ? But leave it, she would be excluded from'her 1ul Breach country and-declaring ourselves:'independents t :c-

-- "--. -- .-- that Congress has no power whatever to to present the case more strongly and vividly, I share of the territories. In my opinion,if encroachment ofvour..chartered, .bur. privileges and lawless. ; :1 t
Administrator's Notice. ciclu'le citizens of the Southern States from shall descend from generals to particulars, and left there, climate, soil,and other circmtancsvould ; on. acknowledged and welt, 1 .J ,

,t LL PERSONS interested in the Estate of emigrating with their property into the territories shall begin wit the Oregon Territory. Our \ fix the line between the slaveholding the established real, causes rights and by,the of, themselves parent .b7, ,Fen 5*J.t: t. ..

J. the late Joshua Miller, are hereby noti- of the United States, or to give au exclusive title to it is founded first, and in my opinion and nonslaveholding State in about 36 30. 1 t, without resorting,' to to:' sufficientj_ It .
bed.i That on the 1st day of Janatry,1b49, I monopoly of them to the North. I now mainly, on our purchase of Louisiana; that was may zigzag a little, ( itself to step. Nor,had it any Weight o&helj, justify thv:
to one further and show that strengthened by the Floridatreaty which transferred circumstances sometimes to the North any in .constrtictinjt :
ball present my accounts and vouchers, as Ad- propose go step passing the governments'which substituted 'H'
u lio ltro.tA r. to the lIon. Judge of Probates in ,I neither the inhabitants of the territories nor to us the title also of Spain and both by and at.others:passing to the South of it;,. but place of the colonial They were formed in the ,
and for Alachua County, for a final settlementnd their legislatures have any such right. A very the discovery of the mouth of Columbia river that would matter little, and :would be more.satis'factory old materials and .on.: practical'a.Were of thei* .g 1

dice'aarge from the further administrationfuid few words will be sufficient for the purpose; for ,by Capt. Gray,and the exploration of the entire to all, and tend less to alienation: lished principles ,,borrowed for he' ,
e estate, and shall pray a distribution of all the positions ever taken, I hold that which stream, from its source down to its mouth by between the two great sections'than'a rgl; from our own experience; and thai of:most the part ; n
hereof.! JOSIAH'SECKISGER ArIrn'r.KI1rUlnsTille claims the power for them to be the most ab Lewis and Clark. The purchase of Louisiana straight artificial line,'prescribed by,an' f coo1."fej i
tryfrom-whichwesprarigi ,, .,
July 1st, 1848. 6m surd. If the territories belong to the United cost fifteen millions of dollars ; and we paid Congress. If the proposition be traced still t. further .oJ t.s1
.- States-if the ownership, dominion and sovere- Spain five millions for the Florida treaty ;' And let me say to the Senators from; it will be found.to have been, adopted'tJ'om'ca-- !
ity of them be in the States of this Union, then making twenty in all This large sum was ad the her make in '1..2 :. ;
STATE OF FLORIDA : a great.mistake supposing .t auit.writers.on government> h O.oUMI attained :U' IJ
neither the inhabitants of the territories nor vanced out of'the common funds of the Union .t:
i that the portion which might fall the much
COUNTY OF DUVAL. t celebrity in.the early settlement of
their legislatures, can exercise any power but the South, to say the least, contributing her fullshare. : ,South of whatever line might be drawn, left' States and with whose &hea.t.Y
T all to from these Presents shall comeGrcdin what is subordinate to them; but if the contrary The discovery was made, it is true, by .to soil, and climate and circumstances to deter* ent actors; in our tgsallthe'pl'OJDiD.j'l1'. ;, '.

,:- could be shown, which I hold to be im citizen of Massachusetts, but he sailed underthe mine, would be close to white labor .the Among these Locke and Sidney? ,were promia-f ;l:
,rITIIERE.\S, Lawrence Ryan has this day possible, it. would be subject to all the restrictions flag and protection of the Union, and of North, because not mingle with slave: ent. But they.expressed.it: per jr: differently =:
t, applied to me for Letters of Administioaof to which I ,have shown the power of Con- course whatever title was derived from his discovery labor without degradation. The fact is'notso. According to their ,upremon'altJl1m .: f .

t| all and singular the Goods, Chattels, gress is ; and for the same reason, whatever ; accrued to the benefit of the Union. The There is no part of the world where agricultural : state of nature were tree and eqital .From this. "i1 .J.

Eights and Credits which were of George.lurch power they might hold would, in the case supposed exploration of Lewis and Clark was'at't.h expense mechanical; and other descriptions of labor I the others- were derived and it.wastius.to;which. ;:
(. ,late of said county, deceased be subordinate to the constitution, and of the.Union. We are now about to'formit are more respected than in the Southwith the I referred :whenI called it.a hypothetical tnt '; .;!
These are therefore to CITE and admonish all controlled by the nature and character of our into .territory; the expense of governing exception of two descriptions of employment ism* To understand why Will require some ex*. l.tf1 ,

tad singular the next of kin and creditors of political institutions. But if the reverse, be which while it remains must be met out.,of that of menial and body servants. 'No southern plahatien. j. -tst: A.--f- *_? .r dY! _s
wd deceased,to hew cause before me on or be- true-if the dominion and sovereignty over the the common fund, and towards which the man-not the meanest:or the lowesk- will;'under Man, for the p fPbe.ot reasoning! maybdregarded : e,
fore the second Monday in August next ensuog territories be in their inhabitants, instead of South must contribute her full share. The expense I any circumtance submit to perform either *in three different states*,in a; state of ;. Rt .t

i why said application should not be grantedoth ; the United States, they would indeed, in that will not be' small. Alrt'ady'there'is'ariJndian othe. much pride for that, individuality j:that is, 'living,by himself.apart: "' 'i.'ff.

n Letters of Administration as afore- case have the exclusive and absolute power of far to be put down, and a regiment for and I that helms. ; They ,arc, unsuitedtdthaspirit from the.rest of his species.. .In the social; that: !
I*w will issue,to said Lawrence Ryan. governing them and might exclude whom theypleased that purpose, and to protect the territory, 'has. of a freeman. But the manx who' is] litringtns oaetyasacaated,;with cthers.oi r I

Witness my name and the seal of this or what they pleased. But in that case been ordered there. To what extent, the e would spurn them(feels not the least hisspecies.., .And inthe; political;,that living .tS !t .
J[L.a.1 Court, this third ((3rd] day of July,A.D.OM I they would cease to be the territories of the U. pence may''extend we knoW''' not' /bnt 'it will ton to work in the same fed'wih'his de; : under government, We may reason as to what .f jt2, 't

thousand eight hundred and forty- States the moment acquired them and per' probably involve millions before the territory' employed to' ,work; : ,in :the, samefield would be his,rights and dutiesiailhef, witJh ;lf
tIght. mit them to be inhabited. The first half dozen becomes a State. I now ask,is it right,, is it, 'or-in-any-mechanical operation ; 'tin d,' ;out.taking into consideration'whether hd cooH "J'; t t.

WILLIAM F. CRABTREE, squatters would become the sovereigns, with just-after having"contributed our full 'share, when 8 employed, they claim the right, and tow. exbt ;in.,,.it';or'not.;. ;It is certain,-that:in'th*' [ k !
Judge of Probate Dural County full dominion and sovereignty over them ; and for the acquisition of the territory, with the aite i the of the Sout 'nt the.very..suppositiontiatrhe'livedTaparfc! t
July 1848. 6t the conquered people of New Mexico and'Cali- liability of contributing, in addition, out full] tng the cutry'pfon' yer. + and separated from*:all others.would makerhini, tfa fl"
fornia would become the sovereigns of the coon share of the expense for its government, thbe as the shots of equality,be said for the t free and.equaL No:one afute could! rtl "
NOTICE. : try as soon as they become,the territories of the we should be, shut out of the territory, ; much With us the two great division's society haveJhe right to"command. 'tor control another i, 1tf

.SIX MONTHS after date I shan present my : United States Tested with th.full right of excluding excluded from participating in ,its ,.benefits?. are. not the rich and the poor.but white Everyman would be his. owim ast tf ian might .t.i1i"}
Fatale accounts and vouchers as Executor of the even 'their conquerors. There is no What would be thought of such conduct n.the and black; and all the former the'poor as well ;do just as jhe pleased,r, ;Batiu equally'dear .

J r of James B. Roberts, deceased; to the escaping from the alternative, but by resortingto case of; individuals ? And can that tie'right as, the rich, belong to the}upperclass, and are- thai inan,cannot>-exist inicucha state;(thathex i .
I lnjge of probate of this county for settlement the greatest of all absurdities, that of a divided .' and just in government, which any right minded respected and'treated as equals, if honest and. is byi:nature social ad that society-is aeotfisary= irr'
elan allowance by him and at the same time, I sovereignty sovereignty, a part of;which' man would cry out to be base and'dishonestin industrious; arid' hence' have"apositiouianed : d,' not only.to theiproper:development ofiallhia.faculties'moraland : ;
fi' apply to the wd Judge or Court for a would reside in the.United States, and a partin private life ? .If it would be so proponnc pride character of which neither pvrtnor. ,intellectual,' but to.the;; e.> II 1 l,r

) discharge from my Kxecutorehip of the the inhabitants of the territory.. How can in partnership of thtrtY'individuals. how can misfortune can.deprive them. ry existence of hisrraicei .uch'being the case ';
i lat of said James B. Kf.'Oerts, deceased. sovereignty-the ultimate and supreme power r it be pronounced' otherwise tn one of. thirty But,I go further .and hold that justice..ad.the the'stater'is'arpnrely! :'hypotheticalonejanoJwhenwesay i
JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the of a State-be divided?* Theu exercise of, the States. ? "< constitution are ''th'e'easiest'and: the safest all men are'tree;and equal'..its' !l

lost Will &. of Jus. B.Robert, dec. powers of sovereignty may be divided.., but how The case of our recently .acquired ..territoryfrom guard on'which the'queatioiic3ii be settled,:re we announce a mere hypothetical truisza f that' jtfjifjw!

.-1pr1122,1848. 6m can there be two supreme powers, Mexico, is, if possible, more marked. The garde.in reference to party> 'It*maT be set ia,.'.7, DlmtmgOJ1.a.m ere- ppositioathat1
We are next1 told that'the laws Mexico preclude (events connected:with the acquisition are too othat ground,simply.by.non4cuonry, cannot< L AWES'Black-Filet Mitts; Long do.Sowing : slavery and'assuming'thai.they will.remain well knpwirto''requhealong: narrative., It was leaving the territories'free and open:to theem,. .? >value." A." .' .' ." *+ &.' '* t
atilt do. Misses Hose; Thread-lace But I -,in.force untilrepealed, ;it .JS.oonte1.led' won by 'arms, and a great:sacrifice-of men and igration of all the world,'so long'as.they"continue But to callJit a state natarwas((4'great' %
tone; Bobbins; Checked Cunbrict; White Linen that until Congress ,passe an.act..fqc.theirjre* money. ,The fifcuth,.in the contest ';performedher 'so,'and when they"beeome' States, to adopt' misnomer,nd.huled dangerocs errors'j fut .

li ''rSwis Edging; Figured Bobinet; Mosquito I peal, the'citizens.of the South cannot'emigrate: 'full share of military,vduty, and earned a whatever constitution t they ,pleasefwithi the. that cannotvjastly be:called. .a'stAWYof naiarft; iil f
',;Shell Side Combs; Dressing do.} ChiM n's I with their property intTthe territory acquired; full 'share'of"military'honor; has poured :put single restriction, to republican.n>in orderjo which ia" opposed to the cocitiiotipa:of nuSyijg 15 '
k do; entf 4 B. Cotton Shirts; from,her... admit the laws of Mexico-prohibit her full shareVof blood creelq Valid'has and Mil theiradmissionlnfoHhellnion.; ; If a,partycoini' 'lobe :- -i-.t t- lib-theleittttericsothis .

8 tad. Brown Shirtin?;.Oanabur, ;,\ Bleachand not :lavery, but 'a .erl..in the Jbrm it;exists bear. -full.8hnre of the xse;v hsa''cinced: !' not safely take*'this .broad and' solid "positionandisuwessfnllyTOaintatoi rsco sad the development'of the high foeaUfejJ
t"PiE; Pantaloon stuff,&e &c. with us:; ,TbeBaros.are:lmQch &leT>res.as 9.ur full share .skill and Bravery, and jf Jiwere I to lust received and"C. sale byS ,sal l122, : FM! 'RI.LI.: cj. .But,-rdeny that.the-lr.1rl-oC.Mexico can :would Dot..iSb&Jbnd'. *truth-to be art rI welt by'an appeal to the great principles of jus- I' N i ii.tho social:;:.8ttttof tictr J iisi'tiX

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It is thf, litialF ,then .which tatesmea *'* of aliasi After&coni1derahle. j01i .on *?? e7,areright ,. .K
.; society. AUGUST 12 1848.lYOiniNATIONS.. I unscrupulous. was course .. ver7. l ,? ; ** Mr.Ca ieji
...1.. includes t he social,that is his natural state It -JACKSONVILLE- ,. ':...-- n thowinoJf, "". and 1inailj: I| they' were again' ( .and so=e=bad lng and filing: and on.eTldent. All!( ,his constituents m" ; :
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f :t;' into which he is impelled;irresistibly? and in compelled.to''change'their...name. to that
E t. '! '";' whicli'only his;:race.can exist i'and all Ita faculties "Whig," the appellation which'they at present length .quietly glides into the following, right'now. ..d' 'take*'oDe'b' tae '0

f ..'.,} ,-, hj. f undeveloped,' ; which is evidently point of, the whole article The security ot Life;aUd prop ltj. : fry, .-... .!.

V- Such being the case, it follows that' any, the hold.GOT. which he'has BO hesitated to by her ConaUtl1tiftk J.
.">; worst form of .is.better.than. anarchy DUVAL urged .upon audience. ,, the : express. : ta :rand abet h ,
government, "
: between the and policy of But.we. must not forget our duty in our peculiar' ttnrtbiibraiiiplaicsmtlonl ; t .
.::: ; 'and( that individual .libertyior; freedom, difference principles : lr ahnid} .
We'must hot the wholeSouth 1
be subordinate to whatever-power may be DBMOCRATIC leaders and the mass of their ".sphere; !: : forget ( .The Supreme .. Gt
,_ :.., 6', must the. Whig .c 'supporters. ;'we must not forget the humbler planter 1 C? t
,, necessary to protect society against anarchy -He had only to appeal to'th'e late war who owns noar; 4he man who' fulfils"'the tionaltritunal. ,.ii...not to'b i trastedtstitution ; .., .at
l ';- destruction from without for tke
or } THE UNITED STATSS abundant of this fact- 'decree of earning his bread by the sweat itself is .
'y' .- TOR PRESIDENT OF with Mexico for proofs primal a :Rorthleas b udl
and are as -
society .
*' safety well-being paramount A
*' 8,. .t"J:: ;to individual liberty, as the safety andwellbeing LEWIS ASS In .Congress we find all the Whig. Statesmen.. of his 1m.b w,* we mastnot:forget the"kitemechanio' is alt._. this. That Gen:TA LOa DayL 11-tIT' d,
t f .", of the South, ;!tho.J1 no;interest in t. r ., .. .1'. .
t'T .1It
; "i'. of the race is to that of individuals opposing the Administration for,waging,what .
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.' I \T MICHIGAN.TOR : ; land in slaves none in cattle none in cot '
.. none ,
;,.r' and in the WIle proportion the power necessary VOTE, ,IN TIE'ntJUsi .. 1b
,, they termed an. "unjust and unholy war,? We ton none fin sugar;the man who,-.strikes.,the <
k d of is to individual .,
forjthe safety society paramount Aawe; fearedthe .
: VICE PRESIDENT: States would be T.nosiIIg
". find CORWIX, in the Senate of the Upited hammer and..rings'the'trowel: we
.' -! government tI
7, ; !. ': has no right liberty.,to control theeontnryt individual liberty beyond WILLIAM 0. BUTLErt, publicly praying that our volunteers. might be true Sepubliecuat\ve\ would: not forget'these;' if House JReprewntetitra: has defeatedt t Ge. I ,

fl' .'\, :,.N;i what is necessary to the safety and well OF KENTUCKY. met inMexico "with bloody hands, and with hospitable we would, be practical Democrats must not Territory.:-Bill pawed.."by28thrult th e_ Senatab.da"f' U
'i; being of society. Such is the boundary which have an eye, singly,to.the.wealthy plantinginterest 'the:'bill _.t
in bdng d
; ," made and under.
graves Attempts are when it should be only single to the } .
;' '?, .:, .separates the of government and.the liberty pu bliar.
power SwHWfs :
FLORIDA: some cases successfully to withhold supplies lic weal. a WMg member, i'nm'moTed p
'.'i; of the citizen or subject in the political FOR GOVERNOR OF '.
t ,S .state, which, as I have shown, is the natural A rabid partisan press re-ecihbes these:blasphemous "We give our opponents the benefit of an ad that it-be'.laid on the table'1r il

:' of the in which his GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.. mission z: that the Whigs, as a party, are not tnally killed it without di .... .
?t\ state man- only one race wishes and in still more violent terms, ecassion. Hn"J
,' ', so rampant upon, slavery: as,.they are.. Our .. .1.f
.p :' can exist and the one in which he is born lives eased
'' p by a Tote of 112 ;;
.!. r' and dies. calls our array: a "band of murderers' and "hi range of vision is wider;,it comprehends all the day to. Wwji. :1'lt '

.:. ..:I.,'-". I. It follows from all this that the quantum of FOR CONGRESS: red assassins." But how differently: did the interests of the South; and''seeks'not.'to decoy following U an analysis of the vote: (t.

r';' .;#? power' on the part of the government, and of WILLIAM P. DUVAL. mass of the Whi2 uarty act. They: were citizens the laborinsr Door to the support'of uistocra y. ..NoN -8LA.YDOLDING ITATUlfOl'nID1)' 'r b
: when.its.own.weal is disregarded and slighted. Yeal .,. r. "'
:' -. ,:.: liberty on that of individuals, instead of being the'Union :-bd equal interests .
of equal rights .
!w be In this we infer the., democracy of Whiggery U'" 'DemW.hi "Pi
; r t.; equal in all cases,must necessarily very unequal g. ;DemWC1 i
: ,;!' .,. among different people! ,according to.their FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: and equal patriotism, with the friends and the' aristocracy of Democracy> Maine. IU 4 1 '. ? v i ... ;

1 ;:'Ifi'/;; different conditions.or just in proportion GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Jonns.CHARLES'H. of the Administration. With one voice they i' The. mischief you do 1 And we infer that N. nmpshire.1 1 .,. .:;.'. '1 0 '4. 0

,, .. -" a people are ignorant, stupid, debased, corrupt, DUPONT, of GadSden. sprang to arms in the service,of their country, in your anxiety to support TAYLOR, and especially Massachusetts, 0 9 l'O" O};: 1'C
\ !
? Vermont "
: 't exposed to violence within any danger from I 3 J *JL
'* ,, -* *''li--; without, the power necessary for government JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. : disregarded the. scandal tongues of their,Whig FILLMORE. You, feel compelled to prevent Connecticut, 0 ,4 ij ',I i f

,.;.. .,.:;..r.: to'possess in order to preserve society against leaders, and signalized themselves and left agitation of the slavery ,question iQ the, South, Rhode Island 1 1 Xj' w-V

..t i: :.t:; anarchy and destruction, becomes greater and NOTICE.At their blood upon an enemy's soil. When their and let the abolitionists have it all their own New Y., 8 21 1 -J
' 'i'f' t .: individual less and less New' f
; : greater, and liberty Jerseys 0.4 !
r Q: ;1. until the lowest condition is reached, when absolute a meeting of the Democratic Executive country was in danger, they were for it, "rightor way. And although you say you "wish not to Pennsylvania, 3 14 .0. 4 "M...r t tSLAVEUOLDMQ .

.t.. ; J.\ and despotic :power become necessary: Committee for DUTaI county, it was unanimously wrong" be mis .nd rstood," yet if the,.sentence.means STATES. '. t'i t'.s

".. ..'.. "".:. 'L the part of the government, and individual lib resolved that the Democrats of the county be The reason of this difference was obvious. anything it is this. .'.rh t the Southern Democratic Delaware, 0 0 < O'v'f' 4J

p...; : recommended to hold a County Contention, for I The Whig leaders were politicians,grasping for party advocate, by their firm position en Virginia?Maryland, 0 0 0 1 2.9' ; ,..',. 4'i

'J,.. --.r ; patriotism and the more perfectly they beoome the nomination of candidates for Member of I power and office, and indifferent what extreme I the slavery question, the exclusive interests oJ North Carolina, 0 2' -3''i' ; :- 'ii

A; .. t :; .! acquainted with the nature government y the the House of Representatives in the next Gen- and unworthy opinions they proclaimed, so : the "great landed interest of the South/7-and South Carolina, 0 0 7 :. :

..':%'Viri i ends for which it was ordered, and how it ought eral Assembly, on Saturday the 26th day of. long as they could make war upon the Admin that the Whig party, by preserving moderation n Georgia,, 0', 1 4 .. 'ia 1 Iis

-*? <:''t'X violence to be administered and disorder, and within the less, and the danger tendency from to I August, at Jacksonville. It is suggested that istration. The mass of the Whig party, on the on this question, arc tha champions of the poor, Florida Alabama, ) 0 0.0,0 5, ,9'" \:

;* -::t nf' 5' abroad, the power necessary for government becomes : the Democrats of the several precincts should contrary, were true patriots, were not always in white man who owns no slaves.: :: Mississippi i .0 0 '3 Q. 'l c

I ...-' :;;.':.*;:s.: less and less, and individual liberty hold early meetings and should appoint full sympathy with their unpatriotic loaders, and We cannot induce ourself to believe that the Louisiana, 0. 0 2.t't t

4 >..tt : # greater and greater. Instead, then, of all menhaving delegations to this Convention, in order to secure had become associated with. their party chieflyby '.Republican" has at all reflected upon the horrible Arkansas, 0 0 1 'I r.
the to and .
.' ":*".:& && is claimed same by those right who liberty hold that equality they are, a full expression of the popular will. the' ties of kindred. A Whig had usually consequences which would result from the Missouri Tennessee, 0.0 0 1 4 'A 1.n 1.a
? < {? :5>
..< *; all born free and equal, liberty is the noble and By order of the Committee. adopted the opinions of his father. carrying out of this doctrine. We are convinced Kentucky, O. 3 '4: ?3'

*' t'd.t. :highest reward bestowed on mental and moral CHAS. BYRNE Gov. DuvAii and dispassionately that in the Texas: 0 ,l' r
t : Secretary. wished therefore calmly no Whig journal South would U 3 ,J
; r..t development, combined with favorable circum- II
..stances. then and to represent to citizens of both wantonly, and to serve .3 temporary purpose, WESTERN ON-st"VEHOLOI'fG !
Instead rm'
:. ::. ", liberty equality I Ohio, 4 10
with instead all ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS.-On the 31st parties the claims of the at the doctrine which would the Unionin v, t
.. 4' :.: t'::: being born man; of men and Democracy present urge a wrap Michigan} 3 0 :

; ::. all classes and descriptions being equally entitled tilt, the House of Representatives concurred in time. The measures of the Whig leaders flames and blood. Indiana, .1 4. 0.'j' 1
..,... r f' w to them, they arc high prizes to be won, the Senate Resolution appointing August 14thas had one after another been defeated. They For firstly he makes a distinction. between Illinois, : 2 : 1. j ''5, "1c
\\. and in their most state not '
perfect only
.) are Wisconsin :
i- :,'. the highest reward that can be bestowed on our the day of adjournment. The country will were now ashamed to speak of a national bank, the man who owns many slaves; and the man I Iowa. 2 0 0 4 .
.. t ; :.t race, but the most difficult to be won, and when be rejoiced at this prospect of terminating an although the first act of CLAY, in the adminis who owns none, in the interest they I 0 T. x O.; 1

t r,r .r:;f.: won the most difficult to be preserved. apparently endless session.ENGOVERNOR. tration. of HARRISON, was to endeavor to obtain have in the preservation of this Southern institution Yeas. SUMMARY.' -" ]
# .: "** have been made the Naps.r: -:
: \\ They vastly more EO, by
... .;' dangerous error I have attempted to expose, DUVAL. the passage of an act for the establishment of and in the degree with which they Northern Whigs, 73 Soutk. Demccrat t- 50

} I .v that all men are born free and equal,and if those one. They were silent about the Tariff, and should combat the encroachments of Northern North. Democrats, 3> Southern.Whigs.' 2S. .j t
i >.:.I qualities belonged to man without effort Ou Monday last the citizens of this place dared Southern Whigs, 8 North. Democrat!, ::21: I
high they not their
"r1.. ..,. avow predilection to a mo- fanaticism. He has here made a point blank
; were gratified with address from the Democratic South. Lemocr., s, 00 NorthernIugSj;,tt'
'! .-.:. .. to acquire them, and to all equally alike, regardless an
nopoly. They had brought forward as their assertion which every citizen of the South -
.' : ; of their intellectual and moral condi candidate for Congress, the worthy Ex- ">. a
'.. : tion. The to into this candidate for the Presidency a candidate who knows cannot be supported by the slightest evi 112 n.
: attempt carry practice Governor of the Territory of Florida War. P. 1
'. .:. ;, .M; the most dangerous of all political error, and to had no better claims than his military success, dence. The life and property of every resident By toting'to lay this bill upon the tableil[ t

,.;.." bestow on all, without regard to their fitness, DCVAL. Intimately connected as he, is with and who had distinctly declared his ignorance in a slaveholding State, be he whom he may, is eigM Southern Whigs have vinaaIlydefeitid' 3t ,
..*' ; either to acquire or maintain liberty that every public transaction which has marked the '
of all which, could : |
matters qualify him to be a entirely dependent upon this institution and it "w-
.;: bounded and individual liberty to belong 1
history of our State not only his old
young The the affirmative
I :::,:4 to man in the hypothetical and misnamed Statesman, a fact which was known ..to'CTery upon the vigilance with which it is protected te.in was ,.111: I.t
'" ::, state of nature has done retard the friends who had in days "lang 25yn shared in the Gov. DUVAL Deduct 8 Southern Whig votes, ;8:
I : more to one laud. Though pad ev- The people of the whole South are d f>enJent tt
and with him the hardships of a life in a newly set '
: cause of liberty civilization ands doing
r for Gen. TAYLOR friend and
ery respect as a as upon the agricultural interest.. Silvery is inseparably
.It' 0:. ;; ': more at present than all other causes combine tled country, but the new comers, who have on- ,1c.1i>*.
e a man, he could not voto for one who ''would of connected with this. A blow at slavery rI
:: .' While it is powerful to pull.down governments ly heard of him,and know him as "Old Micco" The vote in the negative was !#. rf

j ': :';=4' ; it'is still more powerful to prevent their were anxious to welcome the old man who presented necessity be the instrument of the Statesmen is a blow at the agricultural interest, .Add 8 Southern Whig votes, ff. 1j 1t
construction on proper principles. It is the from whom he would be compelled to derive and this extendsthroaghevery branch of tiudc -.
'. ,: leading cause among those which have placed himself for the suffrages of his fellow- *
r ; political information. He could vote with no or of the mechanical arts. The <"man who lc's'So
'' .'-X. Europe in its present anarchical condition, and citizens. Several Whigs were present, -old that if the Southern Whig Repraen&lives

.'. .'. .ri : S. which mainly stands in the way of reconstructing friends who struggled with him when party: I party which did not avow a single political strikes the hammer and rings the trowel," is had looked to the interests'of the"8ootV 1j 1J

good governments in the place of those principle as much interested in the institution as if he
lines I
:::: which have been were now for the first instead of to the interests oft TATLOR thtt'in:
there On
: overthrownthreatening tho question of slavery Gov.DUVAL I ,
earnestly thousand And the
possessed a. slaves.
.: time found themselves poor '
the of the arrayed in opposition.: .j r
by quarter globe most advanced in
;, I famous would never have succeeded
.. f called tho attention of his audience to the gag-vote _
.. .,ft progress and civilization, with hopeless anarchy The Democracy of Jacksonville were there in man, who has none'only considers it a misfortune -
J : ':': .' to be followed storm which is now brewing in the North The and his is and To the honor of our own Statv our Whig ENpresenUtive '
$I' : by military despotism.' Nor all their strength.The only hope by industry It'e
: '.'. ./. } are we exempt from its disorganizing effccts:0 .- defeat of the Compromise Bill in the House, economy, to purchase a working hand. has refused to bo enrolled i amongthese ,
Governor in
: We now begin to experience the of admitting presenting himself before a traitors. We did him in C vt
; .:0-' danger and the vote, on its passage in the.Senate, could Moderation! ,false light which deludes justicelast;= is *
: .: so great an error to have in the mixed assembly professing opposite political > -
a place
.' not fail to point out to the South which party those who throw the but we calculated'upon: a repetition.oft heinf t
; : others preservationof
Declaration of For upon
our Independence. a long sentiments, felt himself called, as was 1
1':'::, : time it lay dormant; but in the process of upon i was by its acts ready to support our rights and their own il1tcrc ts. Moderation !--which throp vote Even his strong TAYLORpredHectids
to I
give of the and
.- :... '.. time it began to germinate, and produce its proper, briefly a history past institutions. A majority of the Northern looks with cool indolence upon the and could not induce: him to join with ,STEPBEj? (
: '% present state of parties. He alluded to the fact progress > r
.:.. poisonous fruits. It had a strong hold on the friends of CASS, and the whole of the Southern success of the wearied fanatic. We only pity the fate of those who did nolfo'jikewise. :
r ;u. .: .. mind of Mr.Jefferson, the author of that docu that the term Whig was first imported from never Moderation 1f
'. ,". Democrats, were in favor of a bill which established which has been the watchword F
,I ': ment, which caused him to take an utterly Englaud at the time of the Revolutionary war, of the f

,; .:;' false view of the subordinate relation of the when it was applied to those who supported no geographical line, but which referred Whig party of the'South, when it had anythingto MORE OF THE WHIG PLOT. ,*' G
;!" .black to the'White race in the South and to the Constitutional tribunal
;; ct to the decision of
a lose but which
the battle I!
never was of We continue our extracts from Whig
liberal while cry pspcijto
.,;;- hold, inconsequence, that the latter, though principles, 'Tory" was the appellation Constitutional Bt
r question. The .friends of TAY. the Northern.Whigs when they had anything to show the which the Abolitionists ah
; "i. utterly unqualified te possess liberty, were as of that party who favored the royalists, game j'F '
:k' .:' :, fully entitled to both liberty and equality as and the connection of the colonies with the mo- LOR who 'in the North urge his election cn the gain.For playing by the nomination of Gen.TAYLOX?

',. ...: the former; and that to deprive them of it was ther country. After the constitution form- ground that he'has declared he will not veto long, long years, fanatics have endeavored'to First wo give the_following extracts froal! c..,, d

'. ';' '", ;.; unjust and immoral. To this error, his proposition was the Wilmot Proviso, oppose tb\o'bill .in mass, light up the brand of abolition over the letter of Ho 1.w. J; PERKINS 'til'higiiL*:C..froa' n
: to exclude ed we find two ,
: slavery from the again prominent parties the
;:. : territory ,
andSiis friends in the South t
'.' 'I'u losing sight of the whole Union, and,now at the very,moment henthey and member of the Convet
; ; northwest of the Ohio may be traced, arid to Federalists and tho Democrats-the former demanding I Ohio Philadelphia .

: I.: :' ; that the ordinance of 1787, and through it the a liberal construction of the Constitu- necessity of a speedy settlement of this ques- have been successful in their plans the lien to his constituents. He thus Urgesths1to

j deep and dangerous agitation which now threatens tion, and looking only to party success cry of the Southern'Whigs is moderation!
; tion by virtue of what it termed "ilJU>lied oppose ; support TAYLOR: and FILLXORE. .. : :;
to and will powers > :
engulph, certainly engulph if the bill and effect its defeat GIDDINGS
in the House. At and CORWIN, who years since would,
,. +.'t ;'i' not speedily settled, our political institutions ," and the latter the strictest constructionof "JTovr.onthe what question of theWHg'&Slfrhas
..:Y:. And involve the country in countless woes. that instrument. The policy of the Federalists this time, when Northern Abolitionism was have been expelled from Congress for the same not our candidate spoken .unequbocslljt i

I ,:." ready to seize every inch "of ground we abandoned words, are now'denouncing the South as dealers Is it said we do not know; his sentiaenti'the + :1R;; 1

1 : r LATER FROM MEXICO-THE REVOLUTION was to concentrate all possible power in he could not deprecate too strongly the in blood as' "unfit for' Heaven as brutes ,questi n slavery in the territories f:lee; !;;.
: the general and this is doctrine GOO'D'W*'
:. SUPPRESSED. government they complainedthat though good ; js, !
CHARLESTON, Aug. 3, 1648. the Executive authority was too limited. those Southern Whig Representa-. andheathen, and'Southern, Whigs listen with TRINE, IT IS PECULIAR TO THE "WHIGS._ 'IjJ3, ,

l-j'I" Between nine and. ten o'clock last evening, The Democratic the other tires who had sacrifized the South to their own the greatest,, complacency. Mr.. FILLMORE and cardinal doctrine otthe Abolitionists,and manT aft '
party on hand
"I' "wp received a despatch from New Orleans, asserted aggrandizement, and he called attention to the these fanatics declare that they believe' it constitutional of oar brethren of the democratic familyNo i '
.., that everything conceded to the general and Sooth entertain thesame Panal tiYt
written the some
same day. awful ,
responsibility which,, rested their to interfere indirectly with the institution
I on
'd:1'; : xty.R L An arrival at New Orleans brings accounts v government was so much taken away from the But.let it be the great absorbing
?4-.', : ,. ,. from Vera Cruz of Thursday last. sovereignty of the States--that the true policy shoulders.. When VAN BUREN declared that it of slavery,in the States. ,.and he is offeredto know Gen. Cass position in respect to t:, '
t .'-.. ;'t": !! -' Another contest had taken place between of our ''institutions was this I was only a matter of "ez,pediency" whether the South as a candidate for the Vice Presidency will' :veto: any bill passed by Congress otetrn!> *

;...:. the Government forces under Gen. Bustamente to preserve sovereignty sla.very'should be abolished in the District of Whig journals here 'declare he LJ no lUg the establishment of slavery in the,tmftf
and the commanded entire and healthy and that otherwisewe ries. Now it show that .
insurgents, by Poredes, in Columbia he refused i we can Gen.fTAYLpJJj
to him
'I which the latter were defeated. should degenerate into an anarchy or des the support, and :u rg- .abolitionist' pledged not to.veto; ,such a bill Jt.will be fow i
: Bustamente's forces had ed election of HARRISON, whom he knew to A bill in the Senate and'killed in that tooC Ieinote iii '
entered Guanajuato, potism. The principles of the Democracy of ispassed he has spoken on subject. aj .
r and it was considered that the opposition to the course prevailed. The be true to the Constitution on.that'"pointFor the House, which leaves to: the constitutional from the Allison letter *.k_'
p existing of Mexico had : >name of Federaliam became this the of the individual t !
government been The opinions
effectually Whigs had called him Whig personal : !
and endeavored tribunal the decision ot the
= : put down. odious, and its advocates finally disavowed slavery question'ithe Ii may happen to occupy ,the_ .Executive. .CMf.t J!
The Guerilla Chief, JARAUTA, it affords us their title. now to defeat his election by stigmatizing territories, It. ..is killed, by the SouthernWhigs.who ought not to control the action; of Congress np L

much gratification to learn: was' taken prisoner,, At the time of the war with .Great Britain him as a turncoat. The. present position o f. : '/cry put, Moderation 1- The same questions domestic poJicy i'nor"might.ia W.

and'was immediately executed, a fate he richly we find the VAN BCREN was sufficient proof of the.jsroprie=' arguments would.apply to'the abolition of slavery 'ectionsyto'be,.interposed.5; h questions
opposition to the
deserved., He who to others showed no mercy, Democratic party ty of his former course and if the former ': constitutional"power J : have,been,..settled. ;; 1J t
opposing in the District and this
could not have expected it at the hands of others. arrayed as "National Republicans." These ,' (when. : is accomplished various departments ffoyernments; an ia.i .

' '}.! equally signalized themselves as the Federalistshad election of VAN BURIN had made. ;hiinaWhig we shall ,of course hear the,Whigs say quieseed in by tLe people." N. > ; *

t ?': The Dead Sea Expedition.-We are pleased to hitherto done in impeding the he would rather ;bear ,hat'title than be Moderation IS'" Kentucky Tennessee,' Missouri, *, 3i* L. ._;J* Allows.that Geiu.T'J ';
learn from a private letter that the Dead Sea progress ofliberal known as. sympathizing in 'rigid : standsP'ledged to,veto no bill which the)iJIlf'
#.. .: have principles. They termed the partisanship Virgin aiMaryl and-Delaware' folio w
and satis m
t Exploring party successfully war "an their passfor Ibis
with the Sou he by _representatives may
,Y ;7 f&ctorily-mpleted their task, and returned to i unjust and unholy" one. They refused all sup the'New r Ii.higs' who had,moved to'lay, in: the wake".and'tli '1 hole"sieve'( :: ulationthese of i Pos ., ..> ,, f. ; '

Jerusalem ere they were en the 19th o f plies for its prosecution. They left our land to Territory, Bill on the table. ,States will be crowded into: the gulf States Gentlemen rj ,I'wi ill;elieveyoa;by dosb!
May. They have sounded the sea in all its be torn and rent with the bloody The discourse of Gov.DUVAL, though lengthy; .The concessio 'willfbe an 'acknowledgment of two reasons ./why General Taylor oho _:haJ
":; parts,to the depth of 500 fathoms, and found the scourge and was diversified with several : elected. >of : ;,
't bottom crusted with looked calmly on with the of pleasant anecdotes error. The-"hole"Union"; 'will ponrits insidious btW
+rt crystalized salt The pestilential eyes party malevo. delivered he alone .First, Because1 cast elect' him and

f' r4 effects attributed to the waters turnout lence. Gov. Duval was at that time a Representative knows how. and ',was exceedingly attacks--. 'uponua. Insurrection' will 4' speedi-" means.,defeat and avoid:>the destructinfriti.<

;'r.4i' to be fabulous. Ducks were seen skimming in Congress from Kentucky. His'State interesting to his audience.. lit pro:: 1 ly:, accompany,the, Pnosperof: : ; io .-' whichi'must-inevitably,follow the eIetatKGeneraliCass

'i } .t over the surface. ,and partridgesabounded g duced a po .erful.and lasting effect and : r: auawitb hearty rip*
and ; caas'dconsiderable The:brand and the_ butcher-knife will be in theand..findttheirstJiroatSiCut
: pillaged devastated,
'l, the shore. The were the was by marauding Indiana <
party upon sea in excitement port of Gen Taylorwe au'CAn'1oor State ew
'of ; ; .
their boats, or encamped, its borders, for in the interest of .England. Life and Democrats feeling among the hand'( of' the'slav r,bntfye he. 'Whigi'cry:Ztcratioi i od_- trod and save the State.from'destruction v&J ;*'

\:' some.two months, and their researches and estimates property were at the mercy'of those who made of.the:Countp.Our" ,, .friend" 'n""d,6f the #!;/Until ''ihe! wake: up. of'a'; )rornta$ ,we kn0Wiby.experience otherwise awaits it JM

'x;,h :f have been of the most thorough and interesting nightly.massacres in cold blood. He RepublicanJiad! better: H toke._ care,that,his assu:; and< their'housesburntj'so ._ Second, BEC .UStwlTJI.Gu.T: .YLOs">W *
t. '" character. All were in excellent demanded ranee of this County' being "" ELECT'A:FREE SOIL HOUSE BE RESeNTATlTWith ''
t side longs will they believe thevirtueofSo I OF
of that up >snot <:
health and spirits! np sickness or accident having Congress they ould'pr9Yide > i;
him Governmentwillbeadminis
f" :J turned against him. ". 'r .tionP't 'h Ye"".f .,c .:.,t '4": .t:", ;:4 ,the ,
+,, :: ; occurred.' By the Arabs they had been receiTed for his and their fellow-citizens. He urged the < : oj 4" ;, nOd. .. -. n with courage;patriotism and puritywhat : .It 1ri11

q and uniformly.treated with the utmost horrible situation of the,people of his Btate.e "PUTTING 'HIS' -- '. t "tben.. .
kindness and attention. The Syrians consider ..... :.FO'0". ?. .. ;prd w tt!St'GenTAYLO&ma( be'electeed, ; '*
; oC Jordan appealed to the.sympathies.of a human '1 ....... ,"'. : -r- ; r.J:
"the them au
t. M: w fi' men* as they thegreatest We.haye.beenastbnished: thisiast! ;
power which JQugjtTaDniJedlJer
dience.: two weeks IThe f :Southern Whig; :Representatives t ftlmustyieldreverytning'for
heroes of the day. Lieut Lynch and He demanded the rights of '
Kentucky at the of 4 tree 1 people like frightentd'ghoatbetare the e
, .of': ',ae k''e e, Dale:will!visit under,the! most favorable circumstances as a member of,'the :Republic.. -And how did has beet discovery laid bare : vein i n poiitics-which: thelrlprospeotiyli,offices1. ; ing; morning,JwiUst al.'away;from the: 1Qhitelift.. t I

alt;the places made memorable in :these '"National' n' _byrour'ueigbb. .or'ofth"eRe: :. T ejSoutWrnJjpemocrMythe'peopje.of must3ease'.war: : 1ng't 1\1ae't'; the ta approach of'the.Ilsroof 1 3A e.if
c 7--
,,, ecripturtj .and expect from them .' Republicansjmswer; .him. pubboan., He seems:rathan& ) t : .. y, -
,.id; ; : ; aston'c.dishe'hlmsei\ ; the tremendous encroachments;otoitherQ' .\. 'IS." )_.... : ; 'j ,'" 1 .1
DANIK the ,
: -
4P ,;i jiigbj/Llnieresting account of their explorations WASTER godlik e nejmmacnlate! aad.iaaotqtaite jatislSed : "' I
,. toiwhat '
i 1
extent-he are- tID otherword : E
: &na'iiQ/beCl11138 Wi1h
JDAY'be' they only'advdtIn ( "TheWhlte''Horse
of lift Dead ,Sea,:awl, their-advent; in tht rose up and,with a tace,as',caI"m''(as,that ota permitted ,,' a ,
Holy Land.-Boston,Transcript. > marble statue .'refused '(6 votes'one a.ailhiDi8elf'ofhts.'ii{ wre: : t es p rt4u: t the, gi'eat'landed Interes t t! s a governmen4.ti Cori grces,3f, ;. 7
t't" '

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tiDlf the Ordinance of ana LWhe4c11C11eiftfOit1U. f newliK. : _J. ",For.o -- iii liDg '. --- -- -;-::--: .. V _VVVjirF' _:! __.__. I, 11
sUstains 1'181) port, reportfd thatio ins n'ras to ;: rj .**jire* ... ,l--1; q) SHQi7 jh a fe1i uti'o -
letUr fcave taken place at !;we feel truly grateful"f* or years atf the of-itt aitW.. itR1 II
Tkrana prospect it
view of this subject.: on tne 20th of o. .. .,' passage by both 1"ii ;- Ii', T '..
10thcr construction of the Constitution tfrns montl, but fortunately 'the .Governor thui i i. We have to tell yonj Mtv ""News \inconclu.w* I ff Oflt1liift: fails, with. the':elementa'now ai If j ;.tf.1- -- : ..:. ":' ,. ,.-, ,'II' f.!

5IgjG' $ apprised of it and' took'pn ork, we shall be;tossed ft' tonslishednor. .,.. < "
uti upon
in by the naij steps to Bionj; that me think1we have fw" "&)1 ,I. ,,
eJ and acquiesced people, arrest It. The. 'insurrectionists -as. good 'a,right to :, 8.it no conspa D friendJy. ".. ,--" or .,
Jj'FO.peak &o.dir
'or stands fully pledged. But more. on'perceiving in the first -\ >. ,t \ i
ar.eO .
l that the conspiracy person plural.as dngs.-P Edi i ts, .rrM.4.YllEDU7W: ,
was detected
of J87 was introduced by Thos. ,'brokfe into the [ 1":! .5!, "' j
stores and forcibly itors, notwithstanding those I STXVGG&XL 41iDliotN14JrJ'O-BBVEB' : <
possessed gentry seem to m"
** .
5 afterwards received the high ", ,
munition &c. claim WO ULDSE iTHE CALCULATING ,',',,1 .
Whereupon the GOTettor- a monopoly that'honor. 80 ffub- DE- ., .
J1?fSraet of the Father of his country. out the ned t '_ we, MAGOGUE1VBO.JYOULD 'V ._ > A. t\oIt
regular FOI yOur' BYTRE'P..ES: fi
flffici in of his recent letter troops, aad the insurrection sc ribepurselveyoirobIi servanta ., "Eri' ETQ V .
one en
Taylor _. ICAL .'GJ11N'.xO WHftthOLDR,1O." .
was .
suppressed after the :r *
cJ following: "Permit. me to add that slaughter f five hun : CRATS ; 7 V !JMlTEl> rSTAqPtSe 1 li
the dred of the insurrectionists V ; THE .S4IY ;VF '
cj .
the '
: remainder
** nch high distinction be conferr upon were V H ; .. ,.' : Iri'narsbance tV'f: JAMESlCv
& to the / \ ,
of elevation to the Executive office, monntaizm.V ,' ,I ; .,) : -'
that THE ?OKKPre nt :oftheUted 8U&:
j V .
strict and honest inter- +
titution ma HOUSE V [No. 8.] J o America db'h'er By Hpclareahd matte
e'on. axd ilt tte'Sf'lr1llM mode in rchichit IcoJOu1NICA.Tm.: I." H' ;
; The fate of this Bill in'the House and the WISWV8,BALSAM AT.'THESOUTH.: 'k Down '
ed up r l1ur eailir Presidents mould "LET THE GALL'ED JADE WINCE." astonishing I .thtpublleM1iull.bI1atth&u : tl

clirh Mr. Nercs-:-The "F arida Republican" administers developments made upon the 'vote, One of our agents-at Athens, Georgia has a t h \ Land'Offices In

.11I'II e open, boll patrioticiassumed pottl"here his" severest i have filled the whole South with alarm. The sen't tts the following tetter, with'permission to the_ SrATE1.pPjFlLojdfijij"it the periods ;
reprehension" to the
the honest old soldier contemptible 1d
by Southern publish the cam*. ,, h '" *
denounce tbe conduct of their eretnafterdesignatett1 wit
Locofocos" press ; lo :
t -
Southern man and slaveholder with Jacksonville and Mandarin ? t: : m
j 1f a constituents in 'the iBm IS MIGHTY AXD WILL PREY.. ,At the land:office at Newnazifle
occupied by Lewis Cass. Sometimes in6flI. for their bad-manners, on passing certain most cmphatio manner ?. ; ,,commen -
tZ&L is fur from : and Neutral "-ATKISS August 24 ls.ie: cing on Monday theiiliith of OttoSer next for '
Cass7" Whig
being rctugeoniy'der
deed, i. position very resolutions, and expressing certain papers.Me a un t the disposal
but from the latest opinions the banner Dtar Sire-Ha.Ting.been afflicted for oftbepublicIandashcdwltlihn'he'undermenU
"V MO to the naked eye ; ; of CASS, and BUTLER. The more t .it,
** he was holding to the doctrine that on the motives and conduct of certain parties, Charleston Mercury, which has not hitherto than ten months with Chronic 'Inflammation of .,tOWJ1Shl townshiplsbtl. ;carts-of- :.

."*&ubstauC'e"ants, declares Washington and t a certain National'Convention held in Phila- advocated the cause of any.candidate,thus foreshadows the.Lungs, at times very severely, and having; South of S the VIS: : .

iii i1ty 'violating the Jeffersond elphi the course of South Carolina. The adopted many medicines without any'but .temporary baseline, and cast.of.the_pTinopai.meridian \ ..

CUon this question ; u that this instrument last paragraph, in Italics, "significant. relief-I, purchased about three bottles ,. .-:_ I-> >" .
ou Being ignorant, contemptible Loc focs its o f Wistar's Balsam : The fraction of o.'t
of Wild
confers Conto Cherry from the township seven :d
Constitution) no powers on "The analysis of the vote in the House. on the east
tbTes exclude Slavery from the territories, as i meet nnd just that we should submit humbly motion to lay the Compromise Bill on the .effects .which I obtained more relief than .of the Suwannee river, (except Sections one,eTe 1
often been done, with the assent of o this cnstigation, and receive with thankful- presents some facts that .are assuredly worthy from all the medicines I had ever taken for that Yen and twelve.) and the fraction .of.townihip: if

bn 80 Friends of Free Soil how can you alL"n ess this lecture on good breeding by a to be pondered ,by the Southern people. In .a distressing disorder. I have by the repeated ten;eastof said"river, except'& *tu six, a,veh 9i
use of this valuable : eighteen-nineteen
Balsam ,
men l' : the been more free twenty and Uxirtv-ooe.),
thi two practical shape, question of the -
eween the decency" of East Florida. Organization from pressure for breath and oppression on the of range fourt ;. T : V .- t
Mass. True of the new Territories x' d '
( ) Whig gives was brought
The Worcester aletter This, as a general rule we acknowledge to be up lungs than 1 had anticipated-and indeed Fractional township' of rtf.
u the first time by this bilL Of all .times this, ,conceive V V z raige ;t:
who for six enteen.
omciJted that I will be cured '
a years -
from our duty. Dunn this by continuing its '. <
particular instance we then, was the most fortunate for the settlementof use .
asCbaplaiu in the U. S. Army unacr.14TL0r9 would most humbly represent that if we have it. The country had been little agitated as of this most tender disheartening malady. 1 do most fractional Townships townships twe&ty.three and t"eDt7-fouru.t .

being stationed at Fort Jesup La. yet, while the symptoms of a fearful excitementwere cheerfully you this acknowledgment,' thIty- thirty-six ; thif .
sinned the 't
Gen against canons of decency" and which,you will use asyour judgment dictat s'eyen, thirtyieigtt: t.hiriY.Dm8iotnnge :
V. Y. Tribune hich has fcot yet come out rapidly and everywh developing them Eighteen. tt,
the T
The propriety fault is not with RODNEY BURKE. *'
We have 'r'
us. selves. To leave the question open, was to vi :':.1: .:{ t:
for the Philadelphia nominations" republishes but lorroirtd language and sentiment of the make it the predominating source of division Waynsborough, Burko'Co. Georgia. fractional Townships twenty4hree and ''tweAtyfdtjr, ii

tie letter, and &iys "it is very satisfactory in offensive repol tion& They are by no means swallowing up all ordinary interests, and turning For sale, wholesale and retail,'by ty-six, thirty-seven townshipthirty one, fownshijs thiSr ii
its t tenor and tspecianY1rilh regard to the extenofSlatfrfr original with us. A large proportion of the the Presidential election into a furious I T. O. HOLMES & Cd.. .township thirty-nlheof nineteeiLi aiona1;
struggle between the South and the Abolitionists 11\ :11 1.1
&* ? The following is an extract : Whig press, from Maine to Texas, and a large .-the former tor existence and the latter Jacksonville, E. F. V Townships twenty-three, (except the;western .1:!t

With recard- to Slavery, and extension of number of the members the Whig Convention for A triumph over the Constitution, and the: And by Druggists generally through ut.the tier of Sections,) thiny I e..thirty-two, thin,- ii '

Territory, I assure you that neither for a slave Ctavoc. United six thirty-seven thirty-eight'and thirty-nind fi
have openly declared in the nftst The condition of things, and this danger States. Aug 12
_ket nor any other object was Gen. Taylor ) ) emphatic ofrangetwenty. :
must have been familiar to
in fayor of conquest and annexation. lIe wasstia language, that "tho Whig party had every"memberof Townships.thirty, thirty-one and thirty-twcf *
Congress. We believe too that it 1tARINE t ,
known '
favor of receiving Texas: into our Union abandoned range twenty-one. _
principles repudiated its doctrines, that a perfect and determined union of the ;n
of the recent with Mexico. Theonly TownshiiM thirty
aorinfiiTor and accomplished its own dissolution," by taking Southern men could secure the settlement ofthe OF J JACKSONVILLE AUGUST 12. and thirtyonejrfthirt1t.wnt ;
evidence of his being in favor of Slavery, thirty-three thirty-four, of range twenty.
question. From the debates of the Senate :
a candidate for the --- two. ID
that I erer saw or heard of; was the fact that he up esidency, avowedly p j
and the"high tone of all the Southern CLEARED. \i.
didVliat at the South without speakers, ; At the land office at St. .
every man must do, if principles, and without a single Augustine/'commen :
we supposed that such a union had been effected Aug 9-Schr Canton Wilson Philadelphia.NOTICE. .i
WJ have servants viz : cither hire on Monday tbe sixteenth
be own or qualification for the day of
office.mereJy on the score and rejoiced in it not merely the I II
as assurance ,
next for the
remember that disposal of the
slaves I do well a part at leatnf I public lands with .
of "ctailalility 7J that this measure would succeed but i
as a the
the colored people living in his family -could ; lID undermentioned townships and parts of ...

read well nUll were very pious. I never heard I This will not. be denied. Well, what have signal had a cause and most cheering.proof to that all the South SIX:: WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the I. townships : :*
a word from the General in favor of the slave we, pour "Locofocos," done ? Why, we have to her defence.strong enough bring her sons Honorable the" Judge of Probates of Columbia South .of the base line,.and east'meridiaii of tadpruiciwi1 .

( bat OH the contrary, his decided County for Letters of Administrationon V ... Lt":'
jjeni preference repeated this Whig declaration, in the form of The charm was broken by the vote in the : .
fur the institutions and customs of theKortL the estate of Joseph S. Gill, deceased late of Townships nineteen VV
resolutions ': This is the head and front o four Senate. Four Southern Whig Senators stepped said PAMEL 11. CHA and eighteen twenty7'. 11j;
county. YEns, fractional
out of the ranks-of their I township twenty-one of rang4
brethren ,
ul a'pity that G(n.Taylor should be made offendin ." We have neither added nor: with the Aboli ionists the bill., and voted Alligator, August 12, 1838. Cw twentyeight.Fractional, If
out a pro-Slavery man because his Government taken down We can ; ''.,
away, nor aught set in malice township nineteen afldtownslu'twenty
as little divine the motives that led to this de Estate of ,
Crispin Morgan dec.ALL :
him rat the South for the '
hers or of al- of nine. 2
wrong .
low ins his plantation to be on the Mississippi We have said, on Whig authority, that the: I sertion, as we can the feelings with which they Persons interested are hereby notified I, range l..v.: 4 .1'
rP Township twenty-( and fractional
iDs teaJ of the ban'is of the Connecticut.! Wejf Whigs have abandoned their principles, and are entertained in theirwn hearts while standing Six Weeks from the date hereof I of rJ town? .'. :

I ? allowed to hang na man upon an inference.I of course, "an unprincipled party f' and We side by side with Dix,of New York, and Hale, shall apply to the Hon. Jaines S. Jones, Judgeof ship Townships twenty-five twenty-two range and thirty. ..' "tt "f: ,*' f. i!t.'

assure you, that if elected, he will do more If apprehend of New Hampshire, on an issue to try the right Probate for Columbia County, for Letters of fractio twehty-fourjana iI I
forjjwtr and cnanciiation than Northern they have done that, they are un of the South to a share in the property of the Administration on the Estate of Crispin 1IopgaD. twelve thirteen ltownshJptwenty-fivej excepVSsrfMJW t )

sun would be allowed to do. any principled and "nothing else." We said they Union. We will not even undertake to conjecture late of said county, deceased. of range, -thirty-one., twenty.four :and.twentj-fivejr. jTownsnips ,

had made a tool of General Taylor for the with what sort of Welcome the Abolitionist DANIEL: A. MORGAN. ; .o. : '1."
The Southern Democratic have been purpoe twenty-one, twenty-two twentr
press and Barnburner V
received ,
them into their
L: Alligator August lS4e. 6wlUEDIVA.L $
of three and ,
availability of for their twehty4our'and -
course fractional
iccused of fraud in mt publishing the 1st cAthertcn ranks or whether there was anything of derision township. "

the resolutions for which Mr. FILL- own selfish and ambitious designs." If all this in the smile that accompanied their recog NOTICE. twenty-five oiiapgetbirty-two':; /I: .fIt .

SOEE, r.nd alM \1t' sr.5. GIDPIXGS, ADAMS and be not true: and we have not met the first candId 1- nition. But it is nearly certain that this de DRS. WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Pro Sections Township ten to nineteen fifteehexcltisjve., Sections Sections one two threeV. fi fJ

Whig to deny it-who is to blame ? The sertion of the four Whig Senators defeated the of Surgeryon the Franklin Medical one to twenty-* .:
5u:>E voted in harmony. And of twenty-seven inclusive "Sections thir-
most the
yet bill. did
They not its
prevent passing the Senate L* College of Philadelphia.) have formed a co I';
Locos ? who ty-one thirtJ'tour.tfiTe
Southern Whig papers )have published the letter poor notwithstanding all their ,but they destroyed the moral power of the partnership for the practice of MEDICINE. and fractional, arid;tht-si. in j ;

of Mr. C.D. SMITH. Whig M.C. from Indiana, experience, thought the Whigs were for once Southern union, and made it lawful for Whoever SURGERY, and for the INSTRUCTION OF townpTiin townsbij.twenty twpnfv.ftrrt le-riwnt''fftJn-rrmi; township twentylnnn' hJ.t
; .
telling the truth the pleased to follow their example in the House. MEDICAL -*. :
or themselves
to his constituents earnestly urging them to I ; Whigs who twelve thirteen twenty.fonradnte s f'":
set the ball i& motion 1 We pause for a reply, I The nrecedent was not lostA Georsia Whiff ,I Patients from a distance can be well accommodated and townships afid ,)
TAYLOR twenty-five
support and FILLMOKE. The National made the motion the House twenty-six, "or
in to lay the bill on and reasonable i
Your on terms eithef at the r-olngethi1'ty-thre z "% C: t
intelligencer terms him that erwlent sound, respectable contemporary contrasts the the table. Eight Southern Whigs voted for this Hotels or Private Boarding Houses the city, Sections threes four zZZJi .v. fi; t

fast rats ;JTAi," and says the letter ably sets resolutions of the tyros" of Jacksonville and motion, and it was carried by a vote which and can receive from the Snbscribers uch Medical teen inclusive, Statins, five, Sections ni&e,tiTfijp 1ih
twenty-two to'
forth his ichy and Mandarin with the sentiments of Cass and Butler would have been reversed ifthey.had.gone with and Surgical attention.as their cases may seven inciusiveyand iWi twenty- :
rrhtrffore they should for wjif
go the South. Every Southern Democrat voted fouri thirty : f
themselves to show how require rve and in !
TAYLOR and perfectly con- thirty-six township(twenty-two andT
FILUMOCE. The Southern Whig against this motion. Every Northern Whig A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS ? it
townsfiip twehtee
jeu lnal!, however, with! the exception of the temptible" these tyros" are, and to prove that ted for it. vo'w ill be received, who will be 'supplied with six: inclusive)of ; feitfept'Sections** :.one'io'* '* R

Vational lnte11igenrhkh swallows the they are entirely beneath his ::severest reprehension The proof that this bill proposed an adjust :Books, Plates, Anatomical, and other Preparations Fractional tdWnship rang tnirty-four.: > \
twenty-two the tour
whole have ," which he cannot waste on such small ment of the question, honorable nnd satisfactory -will be regularly examined in the progress eastern tiers t>f\Settioni\ fa 9 f {
forgotten to publish the 'tolrnshipI(
following to the South is We have the testimony twenty;
ample. of their studies according to the mode five arid Sections i!;
but will ,
-extract from the same letter. game, probably keep bottled up for of all the Southern Democrats and half pursued in the large Northern cities-will be line, one to'four.inclusive. Sections,*" $it-;
*A! a Northern Wliigv desiring prevent the some greater occasion But he need not have the Southern Whigs of the Senate this. We taught to compound and dispense*Medicines, iwo to twentyseveninclusive: ; and &fns inV hr ntl- 1f.!:

ttioision of slavery into any territory which gone so far from home to hunt up a case for have a like testimony on the part of the Southern and will be instructed 'in the minor every day twenty six, of range thirty-five .township" .

ve row possess. er which, we hereafter contrast. He Members of the House. And this is further uties of the Surgeon-Bleeding Bandaging :.
may ac- might have found one to his hand, Cupping, Fractional, townships nineteesiiud
tiiirc.:Y strengthened by the bitter with which it twenty. .i'
&c. &c. J
grot1yprfcr the election of Gen. rage of "
in the thirtylsix 4 .
: yange
of .
% .
to that proceedings a very grave Whigfes- was assailed by all the fanatics of the in V Tr i"At .
of Gen. Ca8 This restriction, if North Perhaps no Private Office in any American the laud office at'T -
M** at all, must be nvi'le by Congress. Gen. liral," which lately came off in Augustine.. and out of Congress-all that rabble of political city will afford a greater"variety of new and approved on .Mbndaj Tallahassee comm ciDg' .J"

Cass has pltd:ed himself the South:in order to If he wanted to put the K Locos" of Jacksonville ruffians who live by stirring up war ag:1inst.us. remedies, or present more practical facilities next for the the..twenty4hird.day.disposal.o(the'public.lands.of October, ; '_ :
What had situ-, ? l"
procure their a Virginian, a Kentuckian a Georgian for students.In .
support to resist any attempt to and Mandarin to the blush, for their rude ,ted the.uridermentioned
itstrict the extension of !cirery. lIe denies the and to do with aiding these miscreants to mature connexion 'with this department it may parts of.townshipsto townships and
impolite allusions to the and witir !
mcr of Congress. iWtthe Constitution to make opposite party, their plots against the Slaveholding States be proper to state that as soon possible, an South of th'e Hase liiie ,:t
such to show them how genteel folks themselves And after giving us such proofs ofrthdt Sovtlttrn and,east of the.principal
Clll restrictions ; and, consequently, if he express Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and .. /
V .
tooulj be elcct(.I, he mould tflo any bill which when they speak of their opponents, Whigs can do, with nhat assurance do they ask ,. Surgical Patients will be opened,when"students The V. two V .eastern. un tiersot&czwnsa eidian. :'-4.4 .:.:zi Y'l

Congress might pass to effect this important ob here he had the material all ready. But his the South to vote for a man whose only pledge of will have the opportunity practically Studying thecast'halfot, townshipi'two

j ject. fidelity as yet is, that he is a Southern Whig? diseases. J. T. J. WILSON M. D. four towpshipthree and,town., ? Sl
ship ( the'eastern' '
Whig delicacy would not allow him to wound except tier of Sections*
,), G'.n. Tat/lor has pledged to leave the C. C. VAN WYCK M. "
, himself D. of range three:1 w ,
''" d us so deeply as to contrast WHAT A SOUTHERN WHIG SAYS I & j
1" cision of this uest tIn to the' tegislatii'e departt our vulgar resolutions Tallahassee, Aug. 5, 184S. CmUININE. Township : *
( Sections
?1k* of the Governm'itt, and he &ul not arrest with the refined sentiments of the "Decency The Union gives the following paragraph ,incluiiv WdO" Sectbns's except one to."twelve :if j
action .-For sale by : v t een; eighteen,0nineteen '
t1L e of that partraeiit by the tyrannical]t party' in St. communicated by a Southern member of the tbifry! and' \
CrCi! of thr uto 1f Augustine; so, to relieve his July 22. A. M. REED.TOWNSEND'8 ; thirty one,) Sections 4t? ; "

ta&llSelected, while porter.the policy, then of the lieu Got'ern-Cass modesty, we will do it for him. From the very House of Representatives. The horrible effect seven, in toWnabipthre ,' and 'fractional J 1.1.nI
wttit will be suck as to lead to large acquisitions chaste and beautiful toasts given at that "grand I of the treachery of Southern Whigs is immediately fresh, {cxcept\Sertiow_ 1* f 00604" our, "Vlt '
received and for sale by ) tour.. l'
of territory upon our southern borders no festival we select the apparent They now declare in Congressthat i 4i ? .' .
following, as models of July 22. A. Me REED. Townships. tnreeJand four, n fractional l

restriction upon the extension of slavery into courtesy and politeness towards opponents. TAYLOR sill not veto the Wilmot Proviso! V tow pitt of range five. *. 1
uch : ,
V *territory two thirds can vote be made by Congress Presidentialteto. except u By Col. John M. Hanson-The Whigs the The defeat of the compromise bill in the PORK, B.icon: Mackerel, Butter, Lard P11O1V Township five ofrang?sI;" .,, .. ', 1 J.
This be overriding a North and the South : shoulder to shoulder they House on Friday was immediately followed by Cigars Smoking .Tobacco papers Township nine, of range'.!welva.., .' 1t,.jf

org Gen. Taylor cannot, iritit tfit hoped pledges for. width The election he has abolished the Tories of '76, and shoulder to a which speech from Mr. Adams, of Kentucky, in and ,for&c.sale.just by received. by Brig H. Kelloch. .. ., Sections Sections twenty-three one,elerea, twelye to tHIrteen,fourteeo.-1' iii

wa s shoulder they trill abolish the Tories ''' we understand, he declared that he believed \ : twenty-sevenincluaive. -
to the mil leave f 48! 1 .
country, to Congress full July 22. and Sections
Gen. JL M. .
Taylor would not in the event of lrtY-OUJjt1ilrll-1ive and tnirt /,
pcttr />prtvcnt the extension of this evil?' By Major Pntnam-John C. Calhoun and
: a I his election, veto the Wilmot Proviso; and that seven;. township'eight and nine of rang*

And again, Gov. JONES! of Tennessee, a mon- statesman and a patriot; his countrymen are he, as a representative of a slaveholding States AND BOYS7 Kip Brogans-Wo- thirteen ttlli

!.rmis Taylor Whig.. in making a speech at Cin- proud him of him foreigners admire and respect hoped he would not! ,Such. declaration was Seal Brogans. Received .by.brig The'fraction cit: townsixip seven,itUati F4f,
nM : progressive Democracy has rejected him be never before made the floor of H. Kelloch and for sale by of the Suwanriee then of range fourteen. :
'Was asked by
what was Gen. cause of his integrity of and fidelity to July 22. A. Lands appropriated"" I'
Osition in Trwa'I the Constitution. purpose, a southern man.. And what is still more sur- V M. REED. b/law; for the use jo .\
regard to slavery. The I schools
prisingit was permitted to military. oi-ptherpurposcswfflbeox.. ,
pass bye unrebukcd L Sale. .
Enquirer. marshal's d-i'f' .t
says: Now, superficial persons might, at first sight by any southern Whig. Friends of compromise virtue of two Executions issued c the sales. < V ._ Sl.t i1'J

words''At this he instantly grew circumspect.- suppose, that calling the Democratic party by : -friends of the Union-members of the democratic ,BY the D strict Court of the United States onto:r will. The be offering of tHe' ;'above/mention' ( '<1fi r.'i.. !:.

were weighed here. and carefully mete'! the odious appellation oftl tones? and asserting I party-what do you say to this revelation the Northern District of Florida, ,and to me directed pro etd commenced: Ifl..the order odthe in days appbinted/and, '. E
3/y opinion is' ? Canyon a whose whzcbtbeyamaaver.V i
said support member
he 'that General party
ndeUveI'ed against ;
"Jlor that they reject a public for ArtIiiBuriiey, .tiseii with all convenient
no earthly dispatch until
trill leave this matter be settled by th. man speaks thus unrebuked 1 I have levied upon, and shall sell at the, tiiif"
public auction whale '
Pwplesrepraentativesin Conjrress. But*we reason but cn account of his integrity and .There was another remark of a western democrat in front of the CQurt House in the snail have been o"( and the sale* rr I'I I
1 city of thus "
'o Mt Want YO'llr opinion,' replied the voiceTt fidelity to the Constitution," is jpst as ''reprehcnsiblc" on Friday last in the House of Representatives Jacksonville, between the hours,of 10 a.m and longer closed.than two;But weeks no 'sale; and Wall,,be kept: .open .

1f hatjou rant thoi of Gt'.nertll Tlylor.' 'It.that is in the Whigs, 'as it is in the Democratic which' was spoken asidein the play.- 2 p/m.of the ,first Monday September"next, 6f tHekndawillte jridnu oriiratecntro'any I
degirt: said the speaker must When he saw the* motion to, lay.on .the table Negro'S Woman named ; teduntilaft'erfc'the t
yOU and her q
Peg'or'Peggj' .
l dowaand party to call their : expiration.of the : **'
opponents an to-keekI
ask Old Zack him clf.' ; unprincipled was made by Mr-Stephens, a southern whig two chUdren. ROBERT MYER Ma1S114'By Given rv .7- .. "/';
The incinnati Atlas party f' and that the breach of courtesy: the western member said (and we know not: his I uider'mjr hatd" 'at th6"Cityof.Was4iingtion .!Ai-t
a Whig paper, says DenutrJ'GHmrmttEYs. l
tt Carthage. Ohio u in the one case as well as in the other, would how many more sympathised with him:) This }rshal's Office this'thIid'day; D.JulyaMon6ne Dom" .. !
Gov. eight'hundred '
O pinion JONES expressed the motion comes'from the south-- that Gen. TAYLOR encounter the "severestreprehension and calldown I Aifgustirie July 22,1848. ,
would veto bill .
no I wen u the south t
; does not stand .
I up tor nerseir, r / ". ,
1ftd bg Congress containing the restriction on J the virtuous indignation of the Whig I how can she expect us to stand by her?:' He. Tax Collector's Notice. --- J4RICHARD. }IES'' :''II"r.POT, v! r''. 't;"tI.
M arery the people; but mould abide by the legislative will : Editor! But on further.observation, it will be voted accordingly in the affirmative ;.thqugb? THE undersigned;.Tax" Collector for Thus M. ,YOUNG. _;/;'. V :; ). '
CoinJnissiOner''oflhe GenerallLaxfOffice.x."t
The celebrated expressed through Congress1 seen that there is a great difference betweenthe we confess, we do ,not. admire the vote nor ap' hereby. gives notice that lie will / '- :;-r -' -: V i JT'v ?-,, : i s.Jii'i
LESLIE COOMBS of prove his logic. attend '
cases. It is well known among the lawyers / NOTICE 'TO-PREEMPTION CLAIMANTS, i
: harangue at Augusta Maine said that At_Calvin Read's House Mandarin Mon :' 8
In the that "the greater the truth the greater the libel From the Augusta Republic, 31st nit day 2 4th ; on Eevery person 'fo Ifh'e'r fit'of pr "
t ticket which the Whig National Con- THE COMPROMISE BILL.IN'DANGER.: .July emptrou.lo any.of the; lands.withinb aeJlow," .shipafld !
tntlon had and as the assertion of the Locos" is a ,At'.wJenceRyan's House St John's : !
; Beach
prtasnted the North Every of parts Oftob8h'p5abo'e ,
the the
i cst iras offered symptom defeat of the bill in a e j ,
tervs./ They were awarded the Vice Presi- very great truth,admitted to be so by the Whigs the House, is calculated to excite.the deepest on Wedoesday.26th-,inst. .. .i Vsi is required to establish the same o'.tlie: .

7ten Jrllk a Casting rote; while all tle South themselves, of course their tin is great in pro- regrets; and: its actual. defeat "will hoist:"the,. on At Friday CoL'John 28th Broward's.House Cedar Creekr' t{ of.the, ex-an'tlC A!t .aUa4tI

: ;are Would be a President icith floodgates of discord Jnlyjnst. ., Land .Office} d-.make .
no vote at portion. But as a lie generally harmless and danger, the likerof V AtBichard-DilIo ; paJ'D1ent. 4r
J.' Pledged in advance to veto no Congres- which, has never before been known'.m ''thVcountry. 's.HOU3eG3i7's: Perry. '$ D1 pra 1&fA1Je etriDgJhlCD '"
sioiwl**" the Whigs commit no great sin in saying what : on :Monday-31st July inst before. the l
"* deliberately parsed" We trust in Heaven that there.are ? V ; day.app inte1;/or.the ument nmescj '
The the neither themselves nor believes. lost : _At Darling Prescott's Storey:Clay Hill on .of the, public'.sale.cf IaII&thetraetelaedotbgsuchc1aijnj
non veto doctrine of TAYLOR is i any one elsej none so to duty, to patriotism and to love Tuesday 1st th "" Ii'.

.IBS Southern their So, it is plain, aftei all that your brother Ed- .of country, ms''to be.willing !to open the life I ,At .WilllamThonas'August: : .bt
men to own destruction House Thomasvflle forfelt d ; :
sealed on- .
fountains of-the Union and bleed itto : i'jw.1;* 'c 1 .tt' kl.* .
itor to scold the -.locos"for ( '
is right telling a Wednesday 2nd August : -'V : :it.Y "
death, to pm :7 .s > > % RICHABD IiiG"J .
advantage in V l
hSl"ittCTIOll mischievous. troth, and let the Whigs pass for President. the-'electlon.ot,, At the ourt House, Jacksonville on Friday :i Comimssionertif Ge1ll1al
IN CUBA. The Mobile Advero'the a Elect a Whig or a Democrat; do; : J'f".J') ii'
tibet only telling a harmless lie! V -anything,'sooner'than ,Saturday and.MondayJhe 4th, 5th and 7th Au- July ld.18481o '
nurse jkt
23th ult. says-the Pensacola D'emo- to} dW!,.,. proC gust. V C-ff' '
er or Thursday A "severe reprehension" from a quirt so .mote. danger on tnisvitarquostionT For the *& ; .A'd.I llstr i. i; ". -V. 1
a postscript h lIS the fo IlDVRg We trust that it.will be -t. rk purpose /recdvingfthe(Taxes assessed :
exciting intelligence from Cuba. icttersreceived eminently entitled to oar confidence and respect will not' settled;that.Congress, Jor Jtevenne"qfrtKeSlate for the.year A.LL nsONS 1&v ng-'cIaiD o4ian .,
adjourny; that the ;
be '
'ere'aIo 'with : 1848, and ,fqrtakjjithCensus of all whitechildren :.t li lUie'E8f.&t (rStnL p : :
whose is consistent its' .
-- :
example so '
in willing .l)in III
this city yesterday con- quiet ,repose"till! it is settled: !. 'between 1ieirz1 ciedit9 : d.o diibuuopfIr
the of &x and
talllUlg precept and whose love'ot.truth is ;Thegnlphthat'divides'the North ages etghteeD ft'1JiUim .
lSubstantWly the name reports. q conspicuous aridSouthJ' years w accordance'with:? Jaw/lfoJSSed, at the deiiu bto;; W "nl :

cJ:1IT los fron fey Wists-IntmaM ato'tu thAt according to the old adage,'it-may be iWillget wider, and delayed.deeper and' hotter, th Ion-. 'last Session. .:of the* Assemhly of,this beharrj') 1 .' Pe psJ ttteilfl.fl .' t

'-\c learn It said to Devil" ger thequestidn is We read the Com'promie | 'fi&teT -- '' tAte.will make payment'tcif . .
shame -
/ Cptaiii Thomas E. ,Miner the mtut, and will ex- Bill with real' Ai JLv CANQ A-t '. : .
***. Gov. JOY/and Twe felt a glow : Tax i V :- FARQTJIILRBtBUN Acb:1

Bennett, that a smack arrived crciae a very salutary influence over poor sin of hope aiid happiness upo this deeplj exci.V .. Jacksonville Assessor July and 1th1 Collector 184S.for Duval-Co.4t l July 8, 1818; .-" .! 8 1" Jt.I'1 .. V

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.(. : ;; 14th day of Augaetncxt, withjjijhelegal hours Groceries Provisions, TDryGoods, Thomas'Taylor, Ph'Ii'' i. ,-to H any soldJIt: .cures.'diseases' .without. ; 'OJffl THERS'AND M.4RBlEDLnt !.

'; r:f'. .: of sale, a suffiClent'portlon'ofthe undivided interest Hardware viz Sawyer,and James Filor.J ,! vomiting,jMrgingtsifJcenmgor"< tl li.f8":",th'e.., patient ,. 'This Extract of .P rillahaabeQ : t.i
_ t... 4 .,.VI :< of the following named.persons in and to Crockery, ; I T appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas,. and is particu1arlyadaptedfora;.? '. '. ly prepared Preference to'f'ezoalt' ..ij
1." certain tract of land Known as the Arredondo Superfine Flour, in bbls and U bbls; Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in the :/ALL: 4NLkWINflJRtMEDICINE.. :No female'Who hasTeason I ,

L4 .:.:: :* Grant, to satisfy: and pay the'taxesdati thereon Pilot Bread, Sugar.and Butter Crackers ; bill filed in. the above cause, reside out; of the The.great beauty and"iupenorityj l of this Saxgaparilla ':- preaching th* .1',..
ssansftiffeventive '
i' for the State and county,.for the year 1847, i if HamS, Bacon, Pork F 1\1'Beef,Pickled Tongues; State of Florida,and that the said Thomas Taylor < over all tir.rciaediesJsiteradicates : :should.ngl -..
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f ., \F: and all cost and charges for the advertising and i l\ackere1Codfish, Salt,Rice; resides in Europe, and that the said Philip; disease, it Invigorates the..: for any of the.:nuj 'rIf'
: 01I'lDd
'.' .;. sale thereof, to wit: Goshen Butter, Lard,. Cheese,- White Beans, Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, body;'consumption, curedj T" diseases to: :,Which enialea'are :
'i4, 4" The undivided interest or portion'of Blood- Irish potatoes; It is Ordered, -That said defendants: appear cleanse" .and,strengthen, ,time of life. This;period lUbj e&at": J,

_ .", :;, good and Tbos. Tilleston. Sperm Oil, Candles; and answer the said bill' otherwise it shall betaken consumption be cured, .several years by.using this JDaT'bedtJa7ec medicine, ;. ,,;
The interest of Charles A. Jarvis Green and Blrfck Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; pro confesso. bronochitfs, consumption;;liver complaint! less valuable for those 'who are Not" '!
'* /.' :;::"f The interestof Noah Jarvis I Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses It is furtherOrdered, That a copy ofthis Order colds, coughs.'catarrh/asthma, spitting -' womanhood, as it is Q1cn1ated to'aa a i {: -a.
\. ..,1r The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised be"published in some newspaper printed in of bloou;soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and in tat\!
The interest of Alexander Muir. i i'f' Sugar the Eastern Circuit orFlorida.., once a month hectic flush-, night sweats,difficult -. system.- Indeed,this medicine
'i ,' .'oi- ; : I. hiTabaabi .1
; .":: The interest of Mordccai Myers. Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which women ,
.. M. Noah for the Taylor and once a week for four months'in, are enbje .
: The interest of Mordecai tine; and pain. It braces'tJie'Whole syste ., II t
\4. :9: years 1846 and 47. London Porter, Port, :Madeira\ and ChampagneWine reference to"the said Philip Sawyer. lntheside&c., ently the natural ene.e. -L1'nm nnna ,
Ichabod Prall. have. and f1e.
interest of
;. : 'r' ', The ; impurities the y-not so fu
:. i The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. Judge So. Circuit of Florida. :can becuroo. the system as to produce a aubseqUeDt

; k. 184G and '47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods THOS. F. KING, Sol. for'Compl't.Key tion, which is the case of mw. DlediC .'

:-. ....It. The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins,Bonnet and Taffeta West, February 19, 1848. 9m Probably there never was a remedy.that has for female weakness and disease. 1eat1b4 ,

.... ", '.: The interest of John N. Sayer. Ribbons; IN CIRCUIT COURT. been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF THE HEART bi
.' I. : The interest of John'L Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting, bleach'd and unblcach'd; EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY or as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TUBE AND DROPSY1 'jp .

.' _'. I. The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY. system, and appears to heal the, ulcers on the Nw Yozi,July -:

::;' ,.'.. the years 1846 and '47. Cambrics, Jaconet. Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; The Southern Life In- lungs, and the patients gradually regain their TOWNSEND-Dear SirsJ;/1 22jJ84tDE : --
Z'I; The interestof Wm.Thorn,for the years 1846 Hosiery, lldkfs,.Glovcs{ Suspenders; suranco & Trust Company usual health and strength. been afiiicted with I a disease ot tlle"J1 ... g:
...'. ,-.'' ;.' .. and '47. Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; to use Arthur ltLDill to Foreclose CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with a terrible rupture for OTer'fift, 'a1I4 !ir
V'f ',..I,,: The interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Reed, ) .There is scarcely a day passes but there are the greater part of the time., Bile q 1, '!na,

., .? .:; The interest of Israel Foote. &C., &0, &C. vs.Augustus .' # 1. a number of cases.Consumption reported as troubled with shortness of breath aad : btQ

.. ... ,. The interest of Jesse Delano Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel Poujaud. cured by the use of Dr. Townsend's.Sarsaparilla. tering of the heart, which has Vttu.Ifta .aut.
),' ..."..1 The interest of Barnabas Osburn, for the and whale bone frames; IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction The following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently been""n17 dia. B
;. I't: years 1846 and '47. Hardnttre $ Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors. ; of the Court by Affidavit that the DR. TOWKSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. The rupture ''Was 1nbIj

:', ...-..J:::1 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 afiiicted with general and severe. She tried almost evy TtJ'1 ,.

.t. .j.. ..... .fr 1846 and'47 Tea Trays; in the above entitled cause, resides out of the debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. .mnedJ tor
... ,! r. The interest of Thomas Dexter, as 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 health' had taken but three bottles of your'Wben ak! I.ii

--i: 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 at all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of the'xceii dij ,I UIc::

; J':' the years 1846 and 47. &c., &c.; beyond the jurisdiction ofthis Court, Therefore; under the care of some of the most distin- of the heart, and the rupture has ah -
.t.: .. .;::; The interest of Henry Dudley, for the years A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. ? On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq., Solicitor:: for I. guished regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. at .'

0"I : 1 1846 and'47. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. said Complainant, Board Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and IU
', ; TIIOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff Boots 8f Sllges-len's Women's and Children's It is Ordered the said Pou 'YI3"Tq
< That Augustus and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much 8wol1en. We had to idea that she '
.:.. : :f. ;m and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A jaud and others be required to appear and an- to regain my health, and after read- be so benefited as she had such a eon '* '- tode

e ... '.pI.; for Alachua county. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines swer said Bill of Complaint within six months, ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of diseases. But it has,as strange i., (0'a

: i 'f February I?, 1848 6niV &c.Jacksonville. or the same will be taken as onfessed againsthim. ved to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 111D f. tot

f *,..;;, Circuit Court, ,April 15, 1848. ly done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange tstoKtaj I rI U
.: .. ...'' :. .!;" EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. It is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is, neverthel .so5ef'
p. ;;;' COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY.Anna WAREHOUSE OF duly certified by the Clerk of this Courtj be pub- most heartily thank you foryour advice. I per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certaialj .a*?

.:. ,, ..:... PRINTSONLY. lished in some newspaper printed within the severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be usedlyttiw .

: )..........i,.t' vs.Morley, )v Bill for Divorce. Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month conse- able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have been. Itui .toiJ
cutively for six months. four months and I of God disbelieve this
p hope by blessings account, they are atlilertvia
_I John Morley. ) No. 56 Cedar Street, :New York.LATE .
10.. :I .r'.:_ !'i appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.1. -- [Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demoMtratici bl
.' &; IT i PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk. of said Court, ; helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours respectfully
-1. !> affidavit filed that the Defendant in the ,
; :J:=: t. by 'JLmm JJttJJD] ) (QN 1Lm do to be true
above entitled cause resides out of the State of hereby certify the above a copy knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSERlJLm: fain
; 'r'" LEE & JUDSON) of an Order duly made and entered of record Essex Co.N.J. 2 1847.
_ Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this ( : Orange, Aug. -
_ ,:". S':. ,.;.;. therefore, On motion of said Complainant Occupy the 'spacious FIVE STORY WARE- ill the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY.No m
.. ,
... t 1.i: : :. Court James W.Bryant, Esq. her Solicitor, HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE day of August., A.D. 1847. Quimby being duly" sworn according to law. onhis' fluid or medidinc has ner been diicoTir

..... ;!. S-! It is Ordered, That said: Defendant appear of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale P. B. DUMAS, oath saith, that! the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastric jinci 31
said Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. true according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in food and
.)\. .. and answer the Bill of Complaint of Com of the Single Article of decomposing strcngttcwj
Iamf6mIn rem
;., ?: plainantwithin four months, or the same will Jan 7, 1848. belief. CHAS. QULM BY. the organs digestion! as this prep&rttioa of
... :____..t. 1-.. tn1opn n : ;" r : OJ'-" jisfurtherOrdercd"Tlkat a copy of this Or- present Stock consists of nearly EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic." lxft:

.. .:: -.:;,\\ der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, COiNTYOFDUVAL: IN CHANCERY Justice of the Peace. BANK DKPAKTMENT.1 ALBAI T, May 10,, 1 :
.., :;:: b, published in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different Mary Moore, } TOWNSEMJ-i'ir.; J have teen"tfSIeUJ I A

.' =..... the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively patterns and colorings, and comprising every vs. > Bill for Divorce. TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years .withdispepsiain its;fom | lx
I 4. .:. for four months. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Henry Moore. ) Very few families indeed-in fact we Lave form,attended with sourness of itoiriac .lai I

". U! :1' THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. DOMESTIC.All having been made satisfactorily to appear not hoard of one-tKat used Dr. Townsend's appetite, extreiue .heartburn_ and a pat
',' .. ;., L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do of which are offered for sale for cash, or IT by affidavit. that Henry Moore, the defen- Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past. aversion to all kinds of food, and 'for'WtK oflot

I,:. .. hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit, at theLOJVEST PRICES, dant named in'the above entitled cause, resides summer, while those that did not sickened and (what 1 could eat) I have been unable tdwlia

.4 .:., t ; Order made and entered of record in said entitled thePIECE beyond the. jurisdiction of this Court, out of died. The certificate: we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. Itriedllt th
,.: cause in said Court, on the 28th day of OR PACKAGE.New this State, and in the State of New York, there- evidence of its value, ajid is only another usual remedies, but they had but little crw' 'beat

.. : .: March, A. D. 1848. Styles are revived( almost every day, fore, on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., Solicitorfor instance of its saving the lives of children : effect in removing the complaint. I vu iadn f.,
?: IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set and many of them are got up for our own sales, said complainant, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: 1 had two children ed, about two months since, to try jour Eitnit II

'i,'_:.-"'. [1. *.] my hand, and affix: d0 seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. It is Ordered, That the said defendant appear cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and I must say "'vlittlfe. 'edpI.
I : :. : Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. f:r Printed lists of prices, corrected from and answer the bill of complaint of said complainant complaint and dysentery ; one was: only 15 fidence ; but after using nearly two lot tin,I ..

: r'. April 1, 1848. 4m day-to day, with every variation in the market, within four months, or the same will months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and the heartburn 77
,/II'4 .-.: -," '.' are placed in the hands of buyers. be taken as confessed against him. very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, and I would carnertlj r- byYe

:.'\.: Duval ftlilitia' 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 tworespectable commend the use of it to those who EaT bun
i "
;."' : .,.;;; 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 afiiicted' as I have: been. Yours, &t, ':**'' 03.

.! }. TUB Captains Bush,,Price, and Suarez' com.4' state, tkat the value of our usual stock of be published in some newspaper, printed within we must lose them, we resolved to try your W. W. VAN ZAHDT. frtb
', '.. .:;.. panieSjFloridaMounted Militiafor service in 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 N. B. Purctafe none but surh as hat tnj-

.r": -- years 183S-9,who have not yet signed the necessary -i the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by secutively for four months. little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers that hide the! bottle completely and tin*"
: '.. wholesale This fact that is worthless: but we are very the written signature' of S.P. ICWhSEND.. t.
.. relating to their claimsin, the hands our largest jobbers. together THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.I .
.1 : ... of the papers undersignedare, 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. Principal Office, 126 Fulton-Bt.SunBuil! < ciitf

:::. .". : 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. I write this that others may N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 State-st. Boston j'Uyctt

:: Co!. Pons, at tho Post Office, or may be signed I variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, order made and entered of record in the above be induced. to use it. Yours, respectfully;. I & sons, 132 North Second-st. Pbiladelpiuj.S Co7Th,
If '1 ""' ":i at office. GREGORY YALE, will render the advantages Which we can offer entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day of JOHN WILSON. Jr. S. fiance, druggist, Baltimore; Durol & to.

h'. e :._'!1". ': .. my Agent Duval companies. to dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be February, A. D., 1848. Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1S47. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Charleston; "Vrflt than\

f .. I.f : ..r.. Jacksonville, March 4, lS48. tfExecutor's our care that none who visit our establishment IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set LUNATIC AYSLUM. & co. 151 ( hnrtre8-t. New Orleans: 10EOit.tl!

4 '.:, to.,..'..." shall meet with any disappointment.Our [L. S.I] my hand and affix the seal of said James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st. Albany; R. Van Buckirk, 293 :m.:.f 'a 10 J;
,.' assortment is complete at all seasons of Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. in the Lunati Ayslum.Bla kwefl's Island is the Market and Jiroad-sts. Newark, N.J, u&lf
I', ;' ::. ; Notice. the year.: LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. February 19, 1848. 4m gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists .and Merchants geseafy]
I "t):. : SIX MONTHS after date, shall apply to tho.Judge S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of RifE UlJIA T ISI. throughout the United States, We t ladiHtad

j. ,,;... of Probate of Duval county, for a Lord & Lees, and late senior partner the original This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. .'\. M. REED, gentJacksonTilleJ fai
: ; final discharge from my Executorship of theEstate : AT AC HIT A IIOLTSE.r or
: a firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Florifr:
4- :' .; of James B. Roberts, deceased. he withdrew some time ago, has resumed lIE Subscriber having purchased the house has cured-The most severe and February, 1S4S. .11. tr:
: ''!.'. : May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS, Ex'r.'f' business in connection with :Messrs. Lee & JL and premises formerly owned and occu- chronic cases'are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary eJ

i..: ,:; Judson, and assures his friends that the new pied by J. W. Pearson, Esq., at Newnansville, virtues :, FORWARD & ALDRICH, tel

I ;",:; ';4 STRAY COW FOUND. concern shall have the same pr -eminence in E. F., will be ready to accommodate Boardersand BLACKXVELL'SISLASD, Sept.14, 1847. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR AT :JJ"!. bl
....; :': -T.- ., I: HAVE found and conveyed to my this branch of trade, which, formerly distin Travellers after the 1st day of May next, DR. TmvsEND-Dear Sir: I have suffered WILL practice in the several Courts otis! tif

vi r'- '..:.:r. ; cattle pen at my plantation, near guished the other two houses to which he be and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; 'and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Roifii! k'1!

: :, :.. Mandarin' 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 WM. A. FORWARD, St. Augustine. cc
I :. bit and split in one car, and a smooth crop in and a first rate hostler always in attendance. work; I had the most distressing pains, and Lewis ALDKICU, Newnansville. bean:

.. ..'. ;. the other, and branded with the letter (X). The INVALUABLEFAMILY GEO. M.' GALPIN. my limbs were terribly swollen I have used -

III- .':.;. : owner is requested to come forward, pay charges COMPANION. Ncwnansville, April 15, 1848. 6m four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have WM. F. CRABTREE r
-t. a and take her JOHN McINTOSIL done more'than thousand dollars worth "
away. me one
: ., th
i : :lI May 27th, 1848. tf ; SIX Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure HOLMES &, CO. of good-I am so much better. Indeed I am ATTORNEY AND CODNSELLOE AT LA!

j ..; .:of. ":, : of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the entirely relieved. You are ,nt' liberty to use Jacksonville Fla.'.
: :'. .... NOTICE. Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 1\1TESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed' this for the benefit of the afflicted. WILL attend to any business entrusted tail LAlx
'I 4 4' 'j.: PERSONS indebted to the Estate of en r.\Vjngs. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- 1'.1. their stock of Merchandize to the larg'ebuilding Yours respectfully JAMES CUMMINGS. hands in any of the Courts in the Ea terafr 1at
., '' ALL Mattair late of Duval Mail to cts. formerly occupied by the United States, cuit of Florida. -
::; county any part-postage 9)-6 '
;. known the COULD NOT WALICThat : _. _ .-
forward.and Chest as Government Building., They r H ----
; Fla., deceased, are requsted to oome Shoulder Braces and Expanders, $2. atft
'. 'dl'.. :, make payment iinmediately. And all persons Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling have added to their stock, by the late arrivals Dr. Townsend's? Sarsaparilla is theve- 'FELIX LIVINGSTON Ug
best for female there is .
:', ':": ; having demands against said estate are requested -1' Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods, ry remedy complaints ATTORNEY AT LAW,

fc; 4 :.:.., :: to present them within the time pres"Il Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all Groceries, Hardware, :Provisions, &c., &c., no weak:disputing and debilitated; thousands females and that.thousands of Jacksonville, F1a
r ; ribed by law, orthey will be forever barred. 1 Ituptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb, which they are prepared to sell at reduced were pros- 'Ixm
prices. trated by,those diseases to which females are WILL practice all the Courts of the East111
?: ISAAC YARN, Jr., and Weak Back and Chest ; sent by express
They are now prepared to purchase Cottons subject were soon in the.enjoyment of robust Circuit. _'. t
):;: Administrator with the will. everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or -
,, I I Black Creek, May 27th, 1848. 2m Rupture Supporters, give height from head to Hides, and other produce of the country, at the health. AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT: tc
New YORK 23 1841.Da. .
highest Market rates and make cash advanceson Sept. ,
foot and circumference of next the sur- ,
.. i' person } TOWNSEND Dear Sir wife has for ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, .I.A""
.l if' NOTICE. face just above the hips. If Rupture mention consignments to their friends in Savannahand : : My tioj
U :':: the last been sick and in And Commissioner of Deeds of the State of ft*j
Charleston or New York. year very a greatly
side. wanted for the
: WEEKS from date I shall apply to the which Agents sale of the oj1
; SIX 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 necticut, within arid for tho State oto?

4..1't" *_E. 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 liableto JAcKsozcvILL. j Ic

L :. ,& __ }, Estate Thomas J.Brannen: late of said county April 1, 18,18. ly the attention of Planters. ; 'she got so bad,at length that she was entire- CHARLES P. COOPER, \ \ It.
Jacksonville Nov. ly unable to'walk and was helpless asa child
: ,"' deceased. E. B. BRANNEN. 6, 184C. tf ; d.f'
1... .. : .' Fifty Dollars Reward she commenced .using your Sarsaparilla, and ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. AT lift'. (
June 17th 1848. ,
r, ;. .;.... _Alligator. WILL BE GIVEN BY THE GREAT. REDUCTION' IN THE PRICE OF she immediately began. to.regain:her strength, Will practice in the several Courts of titfi* d
i / a1 celebrated Remedy' for tho her left'her and after Florida. ';oW' a:
A ," :.I,' for the complaints taking several' tern Circuit
.''II. ". .. NOTICE, K undersigned and safe apprehension Fever and Ague-from Two Dollars to One.- bottles she 'is'restored. Being a singular Jacksonville, E. F.Nov..26, 1847. 'L'i ; 1ti
MONTHS after date, I shall my delivery into the The
:, present following
.. SIX gentlemen are my authorized I: it do to it.- ]
case thought might good publish
'4 : lts and vouchers Administratrix of Duval County Jail of the following tiC'
..:..; as _?_ Agents, and have the genuine for sale. number 'H. PELOT" .
.. She used a ,. remedies that her CHARLES .
Barnard Jr. late of Duval to wi Venis
i : theEstateofileury negroes, $: a woman, Han- Orders from any part of the United States '
/ county deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probate nibald, a boy, Georgiana,a girl, and what chil- will meet with prompt attention. Address ; no good previously. Yours, respectfully, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT.'Wji!
sahi for final settlement of said dren the above named Yenis ;post. JOHN MULLEN, 87 Norfolk-st.
of have
county a might borned Florida.
WM. L Little
paid, HUMPHREYS, ., _. Riveri; d'WILL qa'
Estate, and shall, at the same time, apply for since she has been absent, supposed to be twoor Savannah Ga. practice 'in the several}Courtj'wj"Eastern ,
,.' Dismission such Administratrix of three and Ellick old African :, .tTO./J211E JLADIES. :
Letters of as an
.:: man. Flonda -bU1nes8 entra8
oi AGENTS Messrs. : Circuit of ;
"' which all interested in said Estate are The above fugitive slaves have been 3larston&Brothers Baltimore GREAT FEMALE-,MEDICINE., a'a
attenboa- .
F' with' .
; ; ;.l Dr P 31 is to his care, will meet prompt
t.i: desired to take notice. nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS. ,Maryland; Charleston" DR.TowNsiN: pTsj3ARSAPARiLLA ji sovereign a't
HENRIETTA BARNARD, Adm'r.. Jacksonville, March 25th. 1848. 6m South Carolina, T C Risley Hamburg: S. C.; IiS and speedy cure for incipient consumption, and ---- JOSEPH FITCH '
., W Bailey Laurensville S.'C. T J S Farr for the '; the W. ,
',, /z' Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. 6m) ,' ; Grahomville general prostration'of system-no atPALLT4L1
-:;. S.S.;' BR Bytherwood, Beaufort; S C:; matter whether the result.of inherent cause, HAVING established himself
I 11[. SUC R TPatick, Salem, Tenn.;J S Walker: Madison or causes produced' irregularity. illness or, as GENERAL COMMISSION: :MER 0a
,j. .* f"*.tv > TYPE FOUNDRY FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION' MERCHANTS : Ga.; W Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; ,Shotwell & accident. will attend to any business. entrusted.1. !
:.. "; .. ,r; 59 G-oldcorner of Ann street, N York. Savannah, Georgia, tender their services Gilbert, Macon, Ga.; J H,&'W.S Ellis; Macon, Nothing can be more surprising than its in'- care with despatch ",< a
:- !': .4t/ THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun- to planters and others and solicit consign Ga.; Lightfoot & Flanders, Macon, Ga.; .Dorsey vigora.ting-effects on .the.human frame., Per- 'November, '19,1847 ( > :!l6 t
other :
/'. ; and will continue the business lately ments on cotton, and all kinds of country & KnottJ; Griffin! Ga.; Solomon Goodoll, Atlanta sons weakness: and> lassitude, from;taking it .I

;: $$ conducted by Robert Taylor.. They will attend produce. They are agents for the celebrated Ga.1; :;llham Root,'Marietta, Ga.;. Cunning_ at'once become robust,and.full of energy under J. B., CUBBEDGE: ,, .. :, ,
':: : ;: to all orders they may receive with punctuality Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they ham& Co., Da1ton, a.; ,Dr.S F Culberson, LaGrange influence. It'immediately counteracts the .:BOOK.SELLEK.ANp: <1STATIOJiif; >"-
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.. f and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by arc weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, Ga.; Winter &.Epping, Columbus Ga.' I nervelessness ofth female frame,which the South t side Market-square, (ne.xtdoor t Q1'
,1" n 4;K 2 them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnish and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon B'II Mitchell Newnan Griffin' Stoft)4
..'. ; ;. .Joseph great cause. 'of i bnrrenn s.'t: stille, Luffboro, .& Butler's Shoe 4t
-. if1; all kinds of Printers1 Materials, of the best qualityl hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns Burke county, Ga;R H Barrett,Reeseville Ga. It will not expected of us.,in caseaofzo, : : Savannah; '(fo"l i
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.;.. : ;"jt: : Mr.J. A. T. Overend is still employed in 'from the' Eatonton, Cartright, Planters, and A McLane &:'Co.,.Jacksonville,. Ga.; M O\Vlll-,\ delicate"a'nature> ,to.exhibit,certificates? of curesperfonn'ed'but : T Orders from the country will be p'ijt ,,.

f ";.Lr superintending the manufacturing department. Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they sell at' iamson, Davisboro', Ga.; Win.Hodges,Sanders-. :; / "'we'can, assure': the afiiicted,that. loret'Price
:. .; 1 Proprietors of newspapers, who hav.e not advertised :..the manufacturing prices. .yule, Ga..; \V A: Hayles, Louisville: J'G .;; \V-A, hundreds'of cases have been:reported"to'us, March 11 1848. 17 -

.' ;..:e.>.:; for the subscribers, who may publish' March 11, 1848. 3m I Corswell, Savannah: ,Ga.; P Martin, Savannah.Ga. .- ,.;DR...TOWNSBND ;/tMy t wife being greatly distressed _" : -- '.-

L '.11 It: >: this notice for three months, will be entitled toreceive -- .(:1J A Sperfy, Houston county, Go."; :Mfylliam, by weakness and general debility! and, :":"xjH'ARUEisr. .DE 'W_.AAL, ..,. (

r: .' ;( !f$ 1 pay in type, .purchasing! five times WM. s. LAWTON, ;Carr; :Jacksonboro, Ga.; E A'Burch,, Hawking .suffering continuaiiy.pnin jandjnthtother' : .: ATTCTroiTEEB: ? .'-.- .(.
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:\': r.t; "t the amount othel for'advertising.. COMMISSION ville, Ga.; Samuel; Palmer,>,Darien, :Ga J&B 'difficulties;and:having own cases where your ; "' < .,' JACKSONYILLE, E.j: \ .

F'-:, '. I1\ :;: : Old Type taken in exchange for: ewatbct. FACTORAND, Charleston MERCHANT, .Colo,'Black' Creek, Florida. F."A"PouIlen: Jacksonville medi ine !hna*:effectedcgr at' 'cures; 'and also ; t )3SAU' in any part of th*Cojanty*** |
j.-JIM per Jb. -- S. C. TIa.;J Wright & recommended/or such cases as I have I
'\ \ Co*Now Orleans, 1A' ,bearing it : to and respectully.solicited.! *-. c'j
') The.Typo with .which the "NEWS" is REFERENCES, Jaudon'Esq near Jack AiI8,1S48. ,Y.J J1 !! E.X.j. j! r.rI. ; !describe4,\I obtained a, bottle of-your' Extract. ; Jacksonville; May, 1848 ,_rf __>'... "
: (" !!! printed, was. cast at this establishment. Bonvillc,E.F.; Gor.,C. J.'McDon l Ga.:- C.'M* :of Sarsaparilla jfollpwed the directions you
: ::&t: '; WHITING1; :& TAYLOR, .." Furman, 'Esq., Charleston,' 8....C.; Hon." P. H I. :: .1'I_.]._ : ] m1t 4 mJ11 Aa. tN"'I.i: 'gavame.J1 Itfii snort)imo :it removed her coin'': ':rIUQMPSON'S :DIGEST ,of, :,1JJR. the'L'LFlonida. :
., J {i .. Successors to Robert Taylor.February Elmore Charleston, S. C. : < 'Tre I ioisalb1' '
: : h .or..r.&RI' &lfaIPJ.e.. >>r' r', a'l l' T" plaints?and: restored to**health. Being ; : ; '
; 19, 18'48 February 19,'1848. .. : ly. : I[1 .v.", :' Nel1.'Ezvcned .lil. M o !grateful,for0* e.,5b dJ'( tftfc xeceiyed,..I Uke : l PrJ\ 'C : .'&i i '.iA.JI..RJdi.r.
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