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: September 9, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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v ai'emai.advertisements rtutt be1 paid for bofore atw X.] JACKSOIVVILI.E, AT RDftSrMlWO ING. SE TJGITIQER ISis. .
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surareruwtnenu may be ascertained, .. Master's S ,_ ... 9-OJCt1fl
dveiiinen .t !i : IVpiicc. : ; -- v* -i o 7 wvW
with the s orparts of'mlands of.these Repte:sehtatitea
fK markedwith! the nainherhserttcns THE appoint ecoiyt. *,- -, '. witlr the/AboTitionlsu -
re uired will b .cuminued, amil forbid, nnderca decree:of*he Circuit iftrarft A fiJWfff ; fejnftWw *? 14
/ mr. for the.County of.Duval and State of Florida, a bft esUbUshed b

ie7fivedM char f will be charged for all annouacc* S p eial Master iIi' rylnthV i e Yo1iii' salt. ;t45i II ,ir M ,..} \J' : buriJudidar: fn California
fur C.Telot and Charles f andtNe MfeiWttniU. e U atol
r idatea juilwe. ,jre xLPe&tfAdministrators bfJames PUELIO5141flW LJ1NACTto 't S titj4: ttl <. > -* < xifJTi' TT ... -Tishmg
for Six Months, : ': 31000Oel D.,Pelot, deceased, against the creditors ( it are chtmgt L.-r.Tha5 objection is baaed- 8
t?;*;re 1 >tors ami Creditors, : -"lo'dO :oMIlicatioDjr f the estht'ofsaiI3imcD.- Pelotj fb'state"itf A change.* the ,idm16fi I :,4 ii'-4 1p sJ: : : ).- j4 ujoa. ,etke1Z1 Ee rJ w& 'Stja t'
Letters Administration .5 00 Srn'T1 .4-i .
] account of the amount of assets for distribution, ci IM'A'J '- > fc( *t -Ji--- IT>spn
notices will be inserted grjuui. steamboat /'Charlea o Do wningi"n to 1'? ,, taon of tha Law.of Nations. *
religious writ
IF AU in the4handsof the said Administrators, and of ANA CT ObWtDe n unite $.
"C *]jli .telieWofth bonasVttlersundethactsjorthe in maintain
>$ t ? !V" W wf ing that
e 1 1mfIflh1e i personal commanicaUons will1a the amounts due respectivelyrto the creditors of ; f -the3a9f .the conqueror.
.e it enacted by the Senate and House become the ;Wi>' i. -
inailvertiseiiienls.f said estate. Notice hereby, given.to (all par; "S / i r' ,4'.J :; laws ofthe conquered f ipu.C If
.*- A j|hill for'.Tnli'Printing, must be". paid nil the ties interestedThat, hearingyill be had by of Representatives of tef United Statesof rme.daccupation and settlementofa ** WJ9. op'jiwfiiaader 1

e ITV liver'?( the work., ,, ,, me, as Special'Master'aforesaid, in'Jacksptiville, tftotrica*in*Congress tissembled That'he e d.partfthe"iti'i' l'&&*SCfc_ ,sSi; Now1'i
AU roinmunicn .nns inrint he addressed toCTga on Tuesday the lOthi day .of Octobier 1S48 ae i i
iffT eiaqd
t Collector of the port of? Charleston S bytheSeate.uncL1House Tterritorjris
C.. G>LI.KTT, postage ygi/f.- ; ; w hen creditors vrilbe to'present their ; !
M lu the Stata of South,Carolina beand of3Representatives ofhnt ( Unite'd''States T1i5.'flewh
,, -
-----------------trDIflriI -- accounts, supported'by proper evldarice. for adjudication ; i -* therefor
i-'i -> J uuuer
Militia Claimants. or.else'ba, baTreafrom an ollowanC he'hereby is., authorized jssue.an.en-, of Jimerica in pongress asse mbled* 'That and cot .Un ion Qf, the TJnitdi, ( |ne-iawa ji
nd. 4 r"ii SitpL .
non-commissioned#facers ; privates! thereof. AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT iroltnent and license for the steamboatorcaIkd mall cases'n.which'proofshalI be -
made I following "* 'v
: -
THE Captains Bash. Price, and Suarez combjnies.FloriilaMouutc'dMilitia.forscrviccintlic'- Master [''to i I :j .4parigiah;fronXattel,blows iMn
Special in Chancery; n O th1i'inhe' ,?*ne'satisfactionofthe.Comrnissionerv, ts

tffus 1S3S-9,who have not yet(signed theueceslyf : Jacksonville. September g, 1S48. ; 4t. t name of the "CalhoflnY'- o\vrier i ofthe, ,.General) i Land Qmce'',-1--that'* ...-any'--.-* If the.JSW nn/inn* lfL iW-l_ .' /ISffTtV'-- ;

,papers,relating to their cairnsinthe, hands ; LANB> SALE. S thereof, William: A/> Carson paying) .'.person'xvho;V-.c.--- -1- -- "obtained* -**- *l- -a- '''permit Under Defectlv. ,...VlThut.i-hitn,1..-. ,_ .t' .

tf fte a
fclar, The papers to. be ..signed are left with* on Tuesday, The 10th day of respects wjth the laws regulating the the;armed occupation and settlement ing 'into ''tbV'powerof the tonqrieror. 7Thince 4
nJ.Pons, at the Post Office, or may be signed October next,' the following tracts of land; viz : ; ;df the ujisettle'd ; forward nnited with'theVnew' ,
; id'.whlcKii
GRRGOIIY: TALE graniiiig! of,enrolments aiid licenses to part.of ,the peninsula bblong ilifitfbc'A ltet t
iuyOC. The-East :1-2 and North-West of Fractional'ection23 of Floridaapproved > :chang ; that is
Agent Duvjil companies. vessels'employed in the coasting frridej August fourth, a niisfo rtuneXhiclVjt
S 12 Southof 19 East. must .wlioily
Township, Range imputeto
March 4, IS 18. tf said enrolment hall eighteen' hundred and the;chrinVeiof. .
Jacksonville, __ The West half of FractionalSection 24,Township state, in addition'to fprty-t\yd, and war'ThuSjiVi ir.town ;whieh
'------ NOTICE. 128, Range 19 E. the usual description, that the former 'who. wiia.'aq; occupant under that: acts and made j;jart of a republic or a limitednronarchy: ti

UP YOUll "CLOCK" NOTES to my The West half and Southeast quarter of name of said steamboat was the and the amendatory: thereof 'approved -' :suprf enjoyed jme council a right'of sendipg-deputies to the t.

PIT Guunor.Y VAL-i-at, Jacksonville- Section 25'ToAvnship 13 S,' of Range 19 E. Charles. Downing, nnd that it was xJufl ''fitteenthA eighteen hundred statebe justly or the general fl.ernblyfth0
will be instituted immediately. .The Eat halfof North-East'quarter, and East I and ; conquered by an'absolute jao-
forty-four and who' | nitre '
bf this
changed by authority actually mustheVer
act. occupied more
HORACE IIOLC'OmAug.19 half of South-East quarter of Section 26.Township -, think''ofsucE'pH- .
1S4S- 4t 13 SofRfinge 19T3. r ,ROBT. C. WINTHROP, .%eted'under said acts,;and did vilees: they are. what the constitution of the .'- j

*" __ The Nbrth-Eust quarter and East half of Speaker-' of the House;of Representatives.0. .- not voluntarily relinquish and abandon new"Etate'to"? vrhich. she. is annexed, does not a" J
S perioit. 4
r NOTICE. South East quarter of Section .35, Township 13 Mi DALLAS.. >: the same, but continued to reside S
WEEKS after date. I shall apply to the S of Rangc.lOE. Vice President of the United States and ; /on 0 f course Mr."ST PHES3iandhis
frontier coadjutors
, i SIX Honorable the Judge of Probates of CoIttinbla The West half and -NorthrEast quarter of ,Presidenttf the. Senate.. ,south'of said line specified in t maintaining this doctrine r
t > ,in said act of are forced to maker
for Loiters of Administration Approved eighteen ..hundred -
County ne28,1848. and "
Section 30, Township 13 S., Range 19.E. the admission that/ ii-- *** '*' "" >1
on the estate Joseph S. Gill deceased late of The North half of Fractional Section 25, ; : 'JAMES K. POLL > forty-two, thereby, aiding 'to effect the slate ; Congress; basthe right ta-

aid county. DANIEL 'it 1'HAYER'S. Township 12.S, Range 21E. ; "- "' legi upn'tlijssnbj1 'This isan admis

Alligator, August 1'J!, 1S4S. CwAdministrator's The Fractipnal North half, and the North [PUBLIC-No. '52JAN .' ,.received- __ '''the-- -lands__--- .?'nmtrl/Torl vr t MV?..' ?:A sioh abhorrent, .- to-the'South'ind j.4,- i.7-.one,-j.vvrinstafctly. WMt 4"tir&-.," ** '
West quarter of the'South West qnartcr'ofS c- ACT authorize' the such settler : r- uUK OUIU ; yield all four rightsto *
Notice.' to issuing are-) acts; shall be entitled to an accidental
ion ( Ranee 21E.
28. Township 12 S.
gister to the:schooner Jani'es. grant and patentifor.'the'land' majo rity These WhIg:Reetati, ob.ject} i
IIIE Subscriber, having qualified as Administrutor Lois Sand 15, of Section 9, Township 13 S, "* so occupied to the
q. on the Kstate; of the late Hubert of Range 24 E. Be ii enacted by the SendteHnfrHouh'of or settled by him, the same asjjf Clayton Bill because tjkoyt any g-wfo-

GltWn;:>tnn. Notice' is hereby given, to all The West half -of the South West quarter of Repr esentatives:of ghe.-'United' 'Statesof alf; tin on the part of Cqngressw the territorial gotermnentftho b'
?. (Creditors Legatees, timl Distributers'ind Section 10 13 S of 24 E. '
jirpon Township Range Qbestio&'ofifavery.ti
America assembled General ,; referred to tK${ I :i
demands said inCwgres$ ,', ,That f s' :
othiei : "It.'ii >
) having : 'against esrtitii Lots lL ::nd 12, Section 27, Township 13 S.ofllangeSlE JudwiflTyZ And. ; :Jtu. > 4.
to present them, properly' authenticated.lithin .- -. there be. issued, utdertthe tcirecionpC( | ) } ; La1n X c| inrclatr6n thereto f whereelse.should. it :b.ret j4
> erred ? '
I the time prescribed :by-l.ivr. to the Siilgril'cr > 'i'lie,South E-ist,quarter of Section 32., Township the Secretary ,of the Treasury rewisVter had been fully&na frictly fulfilled and > Congress has horight to'Idefine; f he? 3:

if by mail, post paid, cr this notice' v-jll6ple.i'l 1 HP. bf Range 2-1 E. or'enrolment for thescHooner James," complied. with. tJonstitution, This'[is.Jeft LQ the .J/udiclaryvi

in bar-ofthh'JAMES recovorvl A. PEDEXy Adnvr..Xewnnnsvillc. of Lots Ran'ireJ4*8., 13J iud E. 14, Section .33, Township. 13 S, formerly a' 'British *vessel I, ;bul 1novp'. SEtfWWnd *fo W 'further enacted, -Congress> has' no-rightwhaterer'''' fii to malte'any:' :ii

July J3: ISIS, SwfKG's 1'heVest" half of Section 34, Township-13 S S S.of owned by Timothy Carma'nj acitizen,,S That' in all "cases'Tvhere' the lands settled )*isojcih rjegam 4ta'. ::

Range 24 E. of South Oyster Iay? ,; Queisnte.coumy, or-'dccupied' by 'such settler or any ch isidn'bfslarery in ther iterritories'and*tnis* .

4S PERSONS interested in IVoifee.4LL the. Estate. of, TERMS : State ,of New,, ,York, anjl, !whic}} said part ttyerfcofj /.v je' $r]IarJiii legally wris,F the"position''fciiZen'by- '[ *-!Mr.'Ci* ** :*'* -TTOji7sliiij '

S A. the late Joshun Miller, arc'hereby noti- These lands will be put:up at the minimum vessel, having been wrecked and! condemned subject to donationLunder the said acts This is objected by8onthemwhigj in Istaotlyihe t

.t feLThat l on the 1st day of January.-JO, .1ibll price of.$1 23 per acre.j Purchasers.will be re bri the south shoVe Jpf J ong is*' on any account whatever, then such settler *_> dooiris- ,i* '"T thrown* "opeiiforrtliffWiliaot_ ,
to due half and the otfar half intwelvemonths' W. I -v i
cash i
present,im-. accounts and vouchers, :isAdnmistrator. quirVd' pay ,. l land, was purchased'oy him,1 and'which1he may locat&hiight or''the part so Proviso. 9 '. -d > < -*-U- -iL .

Ii to tlie lion. Judge of ProV.tcs inin JOHN- HEARD Executor S has caused to.be repaired ..ProvidedIt interftijh*? Ln' ; "vacant* ? ,public So then 'what hare gainedby the course? II
- ind discharge from the further administration L. II. DUA'SUALE, Executrix, I shall bcprve.dp4.the.satisfactpp! of lands in the ,same,>or ,any adjacent f- ,.f'-" J, --u hey- W *li'aje saddled"A' 'j Ij'
of the Will of John'Drysdale. the of the township: an Oregon -baif=with the>Wilmot 'Pmisoj ext
a of aiJ estate, nnd shall pray n distribution S Secretary, TreasuTy,that the.
tkcreof. JOS1AII'SECKINGEU. Admr. August. 20th, 1848. cost of the 'repairs'madein tHeTJDite'd .Sec. 3. .JInd; be further enacted, P citly excluding lkt2y; ) 1n pIc&& .bil 1

.-Xewuansville- July'-1st.: 18-JS... -. Cm- .will S .please ll.-The publish Florida the llerald above till and the.Ocala day of Argus sale, Suites after the! purchase ofthaia: That..this ac tshaU extead4p, and-.be., which left tihe) question to be referred to'the- .. 1

.Executor's IVoficc. and send their accounts'ttf ., .vessel by -the'. present owner exceeds? construed! Wo'exiecutedf.fbr/thcf fenefltof Juci Theyhvdinit1 ., 1 it

.5 SIX MONTHS After date, I shall apply to the JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee.' three fourths,. of :the original cost of the widow anTheitV of any'iiier, TAil -

JudRC of Probate of Duval county for a'j -- according to t'heprinciples of the fifth anti by their treacherywifl4
building vessel!,of the, .
from of the FOR SALE; same tonnage, i7r.v=- ? W'j
final Executorship '
discharge my States. sect ion of aM JS stlabave'irecifeH.'ac slavery from New Mexico and Californis. .
Estate of James IJ. Roberts deceased. rpIIAT, DESlJtABJl :TRIuCT OF LAND in i the United No
SS. May Gtk 1 MS.VM.. B. ROSS, Ex'r. .L ou the East side of the River St. Johns, Approved Jun 2S; 1848. SEC. 4. *flnd be it further enacted Congress will lever passTa bill adthne'i

about'Fix milesbelow; the city of Jacksonville, That immediately after the passage of in these newr territories!' '* *' V'/.1. '!;
c 3ntaiuing twenty-two ((4)) acres'more or.les
MONThS after dale., 1 shall 'present- my bounded .follows; : On the North ,by part of S [PuBL1c--No. 53-] ; .- .; S ihisjact, ,thetiSecretaryof; tieTreasury| r"i'T'etraitos'-trr- ->'>,,.>' are- 'convicted'S ".& \
shall vi-T! 0
SIX and vouchers as Administratrix of, Park 01* liranchestpr's Tract, 'on the East by AN ACT concerningTthe.taking;of;of*S' '' appoint'aa/gent- 4*.to, .i proceed l >i' > *V forth s* ThirpiIerile arguments are neither borne outn.tM ''I

I the F.tteofhIenry l aru: nl. Jr., late of Duvalcouuty. Public Lands, on the South.by lands of William .ficialoaths hz.'.;heDistrict..ofco1um7., with the'ditlerent county, seajso-i tne,, by reason facts' or 'results. They;.pretencetl'
I .deceased to the Iluu. Judge of Probate, Barton, and on the West by the St. John's counties of 'th 'Stie of-Florida: where' that they Voted against the bill to obtain
bia. .
(1 of sii i'1 county f<*r u liu.il settlement of said River. On the place there is a good Dwelling, .. .. S said lands lie who sh'all attend at least thing.better. somes j
Estate, and sh-xll. Jit the ?.imc time, apply' for with piazzas frout and rear.and all the necesrs.vry Be it enacted by the Senate and House'' >They' ''have 'succeeded2' in getting? j

$ tattors'of Disiuiion rs such Administratrix, of out buildings, "in good order. Its beautiful of Representatives of the United tdteSof ten successive'dztys at ear.h'county seat, uitheWdinot Piso. ,;,.?.. %
aud situation and to the if so long time be to take Bat they n still, console .
which all persons iutercstL-d in said. Estate. are healthy contiguity Jimerica Congress neeessary themselves. *lttKey > -,
dpsiri-i to take notice.HENKIETTV. city, and being entirely protected, from the a official oaths required as3ernbleA1'hatr by _. and receive proof by'Depositions"before : have Inspired-disgusl and.abhorrence itt'1 3
North Et winds, renders it a most desirable LJ- '
I '
BARNARD, Adra'x. onn'such
turn, th nneashnSayrecrib the.South they.have ,acquired patbi4of
Jacksonville. March. ISIS., Gin rf-si: .I'Mice 1'or persons intending to'spendthe taken, by officers ii f t-s United States "
w v.'intor months in this climate. say, in the .pistrict of Columbja,, :be i relation iS : ucrf settlement or theNorth. Where thy have lost S6nthrongtheiave

I i-'or terms, please auply ut the 'place to the administered and certified by any one occupation, and settlers! being entitled ,. -, J--'V-1 *. N&tiiern
SIX MONTHS after date, 1 sbaU proseat ::iv.ooounts c-Trt-r. thereof..A. M. K1NOSLEY., or to of the judges bf the'bir'cuit* coiirFj'br ffi under this acPfo5. grant., or donatimbfPlatdas Whigs applaud them The.abolition-j.-J,1 press apit j
nni vouchers.is Executor of the K. B GIBBS, Att'y, t4afr safd'grtht1falso ? and said plauds their wcrificJf tectional '
j a. prejudice !
} atFort Island. the judge'of the' criminal cpurt'bf said1
tate James R. llohertp, deceived, to the George :

Judge of 1'roh.itcof this county, for settlement' ,Jacksonville._Aug.26,1848. 4t, District. S : ::3-' ....{' atfeh'd'at'shcH Tf Ai' otHer9rjl*>''i'' "T1 **-r Ki.t The1 >Pittsburg fc &Commercial* I I' 1IbttrnalT* ( >jL and Allowance time 1 ces'm said settlements as-th .convenience'bf'such and FiLLMOp:) thus salves, heiwodecffe..-
by him: nnd at the same S NOTiCE.S .. Approved,Juue.28, J84S.- .. t\-\ ,
shall*pply to the said Judge pr Court, for a settlers'fhTurhlshin 1 their, ,. .'
: will be made .to, ,the next f-- j ? s, JklA<*A i AU1 V A i.
4.-.PlLICATIOX .r. -
Discharge from .my Executorship of ..the.wtateofsjiid ,. -i et f '-' proofs 'dcnj'ahd utfderthef! instruclions' i3ELT.aI TOUhTCti1l .S.; &b'
may ?
ii General Assembly of Florida for an act : LIC No. -. ; rendsattheNorth; ( ,; .
James Roberts deceased. authorize to construct Lw, .TJ O.j.J. -.- 1n't < bPlhe Gehe'ral tid Office and -" \YHp-KiEEEii:
n ofincorporatioh to company > : ? V J< ; *m" TI CJoxpsoaiisieliTIils ia1
JOHN ROBERTS. Executor tlie
1 List Will &c. of Jas; D. Roberts, dec. a Rail Road from Cedar(Keys, or, ome AN: ; 'ACT. fl respecting'Sth f1Fkid certain 1 surveyst said .agent-sfiallj Withinfive months after the'heading of the leadingarfic the Washr'ingion 4 ?
eligible point on the tivftepast, Co the StrMa he shall :TTnioi JjpY&turiaycrable
tprjl22.1S4S. Cm commence his''duties 'in
: or-some eligible poinVozfthe'Atlan.. .. I editor is by tur'ns furtoug. ,
ry's'River 'Be'tetz tei'by the seWai&Hdtis said State transmit all th ahd'tearfut7
tic coast.orthe St.,JpUu' ltiyer. ? "proofs,, heiIfl over the immolation of the bill. -now declaimingin -. 1
AMIXDMINT TO TUB ) < United?Statc9
'Rejvis'eJitaiiveS'bf uik .
C n litution if llin Mtiitc: 'Florida. '' .August, 1S48. 3m of ,. may anainake Yj .I reportorhts, :u;. Oplfl.b .. ,. fierce.inyectives4 dttittlie auWbLOra f Th
.Pr of,america JnlGovgrtes.assemUed'Thai .. ioa as to each case to said the astropnpw wailing'the: onSequericesS
pscd and to tfit'tJtlrd General AsMmMy IVoticc.. .' ommissrnnL
agreed by -
Ad3iiiuistratpr's ; 'f ;'s which'he
.3 the Commissioner of the fjfeneral Land L er ot t e i4and Office who assures, .aretto follow from this rt; .
eneral )
; svbjfct to the action of the next >Gfiter : WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the. S suit lathe House '
.aiAsemll. S .,.-. .. / : SIX Jud"e: of Probates ;for Columbia County, Office is hereby authorized arid direct ,shall proceeu' .q4.'luJ.iprtnwitn.5. i'i ( to examine an .. The Union'* wrath'14 1 bribcipally iiqt *ttt&& *tti'T< i&i onl w/t* '

.:&X ACT to amend .;ho.lStli Clause oftli9.5tli; L ,fr J4'ttcrs ofAdrninitraion.: ii the. stoMi1tti ed tocause'tb-'beisuirvey4jdihslsoon' as ',dcde, ; saia cases'jfl; '>J Proriaed .1 That It on theheads/df 'th 'Southe whigs poured ieigKt'i ,

Article of the Constitution of this State: 0 \Itnsoh r ', late ofsaid county, deceased. practicable theb islands, andtkey.s; and I any/ lS'Jf settler f '-if*does-r qIsi not' ;j.submit' ] 'his 1' ,*proof?'' /to' I S inei bferswhb v6ted fofJj; % bill oiyhe :

that the Judges of the Circuit Courts Ualljiol'l [ '# S JOIINDAV1DSON: otfa ) '1orthi I such* j jand& Squth. ntqrper?;j agent within-four -. after p rtyrgeiverally'for
their offices ld of totjApg,2G,A848. 4' its"dgency'in. '
for term cight'years. L- j se'd with water which cannot conyenjk raWniiid of ;thi?.woefal Easiness.
instead of during behavior.. = S ; *L j > | -The denunciation of the 111jJl
tL for their
go .Administrator's ,. t q ;%' '. :whigs con ->
-; : S ently be connected with the regular the and !
times altendance
.OBCTWN 1. Be if ,iaced byfl &nt CZoflc WEEKS afterdate. I shall apply.to the : !' pates o iluct on this-quest, will 'strengthen them'lii>
of p1 1/ie&ae oJ.FIorii.kU SIX Judgeidfj4)r61bates for'! Columbia COunty prnbH Survef yin nlsoth'e lvattr'claims to reeivesuch'prtoi/ said settler,shall the North, ought not.tq wjcakcn tlteWiif'th'e' _* ift tt

General Afntf/y contend Tliat th'b"l5thvUuse for Lftte.r of .Ad.niiqi6trationipn; theetate; .of or grantiy which'hav6&3en'duty'confirmed : not have the neiiFof tHiffac 'intl'allthefcases So1i i and'lTiircommay li-iii eas re 9tr !
I! of the Gth Article'of the'Constitutipa Richard Pryue late of said.county, deceased. situate JnhsaidfiSistffc;, and I; reported aforesafd shall.be of the world. Nevert have'we"thought tKe" 4
thdj State bo so amend wt as to read as folio ws! ;.!, ?" S JOIIN DAVIDSON. ( ? *! '9J lf- ; whig party more worthy or'occupying a no
*u; TJwt at the expiration of the present term, 26I .' .W. ''tVW WTFy9fi W lapteJSXft6and |! definitely, decided by the Commissioner, bier attitude than nb'wIiei itjhas placed itt \
Aug. : '
a t;office.of the Judges of the Circuit .Courts, __Allfgifo.r_ lands' interspersed, .fff"V'with* water* ***as; ;, of'tlfllGenefalrEindJOfficerwithin two ; upon.the": neck df slaveryextension'-" '* I4
*|lVthe exception hereinafter mentioned, the.cesof .7 S. ". --, .3TOTJICE1; a fore i said Til-ay be made suchpersonsoh her 6f*ist re 3 >Not one Northertf whig'toted Tor*1romise'bill

the Supremc'Cdurt, and'thc Judges m 8 HEREBY GIVEN to all persons interested, stifch erinsf rid'i Ach mdde anrnahrief L' iv4 at Ih S. in thATTA *t !
Who Circuit Courts,'shall be elected forE term I '; ThaUtio Subscriber wido'tf 6f Samuel M: 'ei Northerri'Tple whiclrtliSin &

ote4igbt years,and shall.iold theirs offices.Thtaterm r! Elliot, deceased, has filed in theProbate, ;Ctfurt. mRnsaidBidotnmi sionerr ;rnay/ I ttftfHouse was from th e tembcrttic par i4

?j unless soonervrempved undefithe.pro-- of Columbia County,her petition for dower, and deem most ?pejdien an,4prppjertjwiih-;, tion as is allowed by lav'toeanupin ,: 1. erySputher .dempcratintheHou39 voted '51l

sipn8tnide in this Constitution, for' the remo- thatsbe will App lv foj jthe.assignment thereof outJconnexioA.tN efHWith.ith.e Bother 'mmnmti fothe.Comprsebnit' i iii,o .. l 1lSfl
'Il Judges by address \>t ircpeachnieht' and, in one month after this date. public iV 8uryeys.by' townshp1ines j but'- ci T .EJ soittherg Wh. #thkLq.hit loch itril j

wr> wfli neglect otduty, or other'reasonsible1; : : 3tA.UTilkW FIIORET?. the T.> '+ < < o the eorrshaif not rrAi exceed the'I ___- : ethna1ptjidicuFsa'e d ne honlfKfo themjehes
3ethIchhll not be-sufficient groond forJ AlIator_ Aug.1 t t4, i ;1mfefiW maximum expense priddpermhle'haretOfOreaIloted4forrnirwey5 SOUTHERLjYiIRLJ1EPREsETATIVES- J deJp ?! hu vois
lmpeachrn e'r'
I nt, the. OoveynQr haU repopyeauyon T'l; f141!' 'tid1' '
Ap fth the address, of tw-thirisf the S Estate, ofd CrispifteMWffip.iflec, by the UulteLl ULCW I p-' .: -. ,: I
is'a Ptfl raI Assembly 'Provided. //orgrThaahe1; I LL Persons interested are hereby ,, T..PubHcSaIeo s cfa'aat j
; 1 ii !
n8eorcaiies in suctfenteredion A tThk- We>y"froS'ttfr date KftM l' N tbs1firsMonday of pctber '
shall be stated at length' chums in his.adtTresswhic. entirelyaltc&tIieositio next t
surveyaofsaid: private '
'dttts and the 'Jdurnals* or1antsmay ; f t 6 lodk theLi
tersCnspifr be made.by. such and on
CoiiiitYi persons//
,Afid provided. fTtI4 ,.Ehit tb4Ui. l'rQbate for Colupibici !
M r'Jgai ermsIiJsttrdGomrnr sib thi u
causes L.ii ir potified to tbeJndco ifltC1 tcI < i. ;
'lt4 Ie.oyeI 1e'aImded >' .deem-.most' i ahd'jprofaerpbutt het.Nbrtdflthtpr '1 tiii 1nt ba
; .LtWf lie 81Lll .: jss ms& ipedlent- bftert L
; Estategf '
'removal.ghall'pnsSjiand insuch'casesby ) | AlilgKtoWti$&$ > \ 'jiWJt& '\ ftw JJfl55SJfjHfl

me a W/PWftYABff ctfffft?!!.'! I iid
be akeP ryeasan eQnt : I I'e1y > 1lI-usIt-I: : S SaiC. : the said price.heretofore alloAYed ini agdcntat -. promise Bill .of Air. Cvo' 'in fea ,;tb.jtit ; the couatrcf
!! .1; iVtueof / Ei fl onl isiied0utif4! ffjiuoo svje& .wcl : .t r."* i'-m*& Puvi1 'ii4 a&b t21ICth of
"v i, .i .i,_ I passage woula injure'the election of General stoqkcattlr

SEc.2 Be itfrr'her enacte1TItih'rf'fltt1' j 'Kuthflfe&&S98 IfiStnefpfFlorida JSfl, ax 4 S nie-SPthlNorthSn %J t T1it ihallbtth&1daI. WffiB. ?'fe heMDjeclibJis1. I Said property Court to for>:i 4j5i.jfeii faieircuit '
pInte1 unqthi hxende4( ri S | iBOrne>cbnveriientcti'inen and ibe4 ">j r jrL .JJLrfi M' JL.-tj>i. J Xor- StQhUZUflty.i a canier

We J by; Jot;jjnta four?dasuwjl &
haIIIioW *i q1c I havp1ction f9p4oripg: $ cLeci1ed brJuqikrTbLtxn
forfh c the Coqrt 1 ouse, n e cit o .h&BOaN
in ftont
ri oiso jcars ( thi bplo'.tn.adi t3fi qftflJtPreport'frm'&bqirL } .5 .
? fi7etI .. 5. ni
renganeers Sept : W .
.. *$thfOurthm tb .teni'bfc1gTit T&L ishet: tSie'b our1lii ,'nntil the 'laws
MaihsI hil6fitbcm

tlmJAqil ie t should be rescrvedlfroraHsatafotx! '
awtla V TJijtWv" .
.jirsnai's Office, tJq tndat ttO 3'Ji iOdifi1OWfl1l4 : jul1y ;'

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l' .."f-,., :.B'.OM'l'nift". ,' .'.SAY. OR'iV .... 'dI i"Tor Ui$" n nonA'-eiiigDi-WiiD ; t 'emita.esP1eaiii. est w-J 1iti.ic n'.ciml J..ji, $n.u- ):' ti '_ ." -.f'',_s ,
!lr ,. J' 10.1 -.' i' \' Cr.pJl .- '""''' tween the United, StAt iod'the ;Rejmblio-cf -vr- : < ; *'.this i 'T UM {" h T i "
1 !. 't'r'" 'TII.JQA&JIT. '; bulhti nc $ ii f 9i : a! 1tton: J &k
ra iUe l1 oIi ..
) Mexico,and for other purposes; "passed the 19& p '$ ""it "h
: 1 *>: We<_ j j.A publish_ ,:1>i Venuest TJ- the*i ,* following.: -u. *ectioot 1 ultimo prestaithe.fotf_..; .mjf_, ,aaiaj" view.* *oa t Ui $ause1" Beq1 1 iDg ; J 1l"s .subsequentlybrdfrlhouttlshcast .I" bu. er--OI"tDe .t lfatq
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an del&thcMtoryof4 an'act for thepmsecutiok au't', "f'YI" alteration in a ''"i.ii1tfiti"
; ;: : r-1- -- !. The proviso r StrfcU vOw 4. nefl of ib/B/ sectionto we vcrifaithft%! sported,:,ntt,._ J f4t' .4i4 "- 1TI.
"" .f; ':0 of the Mexican war together those ;who. hvebeen. in."*ctu l errice.Somet.hing ."-, .b-i'1 \ ai
: : he:"News; t1 .:also : istnouteVifrtr t _ii n
words bti f fMr..cARE'8 i wa ., .-1 t I JgJ.1..
U.i'1lt"0' more than ft mere muster.into service ,, : -'--- -'-, *- -' -ir-z'"f!! 4. inSVi_ "jVtiajiT *? ? "---f _-.
j/... ; ia undoubtedly.:required. :lUcrnita who.had not f whoheard: i evr oT bfaiaUastbesametimewstu the regular iO A. .tcnb '.r JiR
"J .the benefits of.its left the United States for the eaofwu, or if 'lpe c1 :No one ..
.pro viaipn.: >":-3 *? < ;; ,=",-
i : byttbepnblicatont"N'-'a"a.n.Tn.t:
\\tfot.; ;., left had 'not' their and'was.in the 'possession of IJ' t .
i > :' : ..: .SEC.,5. And It' it further enacted\ Thit the pffi-.' they companies had it, but-are not 1 entitled joined to the extra respective pay his:friends, b" pu1 ;cf make out_ paper, : ..

: "M''. "lI/ ommissioned officers musicians,and Jn.1 -, allowed by the fifth section of the act above referred wbatTpblitical lopi 1\I r CAULLdid,: :Wtiip ) :before tbeipap.wflr-iS'. .d' eIt .I.D' "'" '<;p.a.Lt' .1"
vales engaged&.the military service of the United' L. .1 h f, ; (States in te.war with Mexico,and"hcr.h&n serf : / iVoluiiiraalthongh to. mustered b toservte1fthey i iiWw .niL di ; !Ito, tt" ._ ? .&.'t( 'f 'Union-aiLwhicl i dalso" ei f r

4Jt4 Ted out the term oft their engagement, ,or have, were not marched or sent to the seat of warfc $ *& buclrl' 1he-- ."'land'thesK
cresy made' 1
ci." S .boen or may be honorably discharged; and first to or toositioniwhere service was required of them,' "lie- d:i>tuj* tef 'Hf $h bi lO ap "ker .t.it1

!! ''::'!! 1* '4; parents the,widows, and, second fourth:,to to the the i brothers children,and'>third sisters to the of do cannot not,be said to.come have been within in the actual prvisionoflawforextrapay. service/and the red that 1"j Democratic party ,11 p1 'r1,. ..t7ft.&&R. .P 'to.evade" "! 'i ing hrfdiihii.i :place onceeding ihe a 'l'.,h
therefore th
!1r-.1r f2' such who haY '!been"'killed in the battle, or This view of the &w11ll ex- compelled ,iq dp i "b J'1'WAt; .ACt iiberitree"vr.'the'articl. front:its? Whig: e"deI.!
.:::'. r who died in..ervio ,.r;who f hating""been honorably elude from extra the'troops which'WCrCafledout } J. p -, {'. .'. 1tr'tpkemportY ., "i. ''i' ,dress/otwhrch'.iveryof'j
t ''# '. discharged, have .since died,'or may hereafter by General pay Gaines and discharged before tnke14WIii tYl hie'( ThTiiWsin.gled ,by_ 1aTging. : :with.'a, Mr lCa eJJ.;, o ghdrno\\"a .
'r" die; without receiving the throe months'pay sent to Mexico Texas the troops organized i' ? i dejslnectfa .t
:t or ; ; ? -with "haying
retaiedfonasbjgODconsidera deyice-tb -
J- 1. :-i herein provided for/"shall be (entitled to receive under the call of Colonel Curtis;and discharged witkornpala: t g. : ,tpiynt we take the es liil.

'"'::'t'4C.':t: 'f"J: provision three months of this extra fifth pay section: Provided shall only" That apply this to before doty they there went.and to the Mexico regiment, or volunteers were not puton :. I.. )fll i' ( DlindJtheeyea- -;: *, of-i ;, -those. ',.. :,who r. 'nyiug,-and ysth! lI e.cbr. cIP.

; .... (:%'tt those who have been in actual service during the. called for from;Missouri in 1846; for Santa,Fe, tion "ocRoughand1; Ready'andnr Buena : ;are/kept'} in the! Jark_ 'on:political,topics: foundatIOn; fact and'ls'as 1

; r: rft -war. discharged before being sent to that destina I irfiiJi.e'3L? !' as' ;the. 'thaVffe' 'c6ritfa'dic'teTB .
and : i ifiy t&e of maitcpmmunl atiori.i
; : ;
; : Approved, July 19, 184S. Vistavery 'mani4 mti i : :.
r tion. j..1. ,Cabell himself.!!. .; .. .. %
: COPY.f "tan 'non-commissioned officer private, 4v i 'di\\ M' t b1e' I ? '
,I" .' "h r4 officer, the CC'ji Webelieveihat We have ne er Jailed to .'
: ti A RESournoir for the 'speedy payment of the &c.after muster into service, has been discharged ; "- ,, S.--,' .'It jin, \', themostterrk \1) : .Now,. .i irr Jhe, language

)t". .r. : : three.months' extra pay to the officers, non- mi by reason 'of'ill health incurred while in the the .4 'n l !! J f.}, lj 0 ,!.'ti\r iY3J! xJenpunce.--4. 7.A* :ih'aVportibn'of. ,: :Democratic. -_ -. dti; "1
i ; : ;tmillsioned officers,musicians and privates who have service of the United States, he entitled to : ; call fCree' -! et q kp pl Q ftI .
what (
( who
,obtftin-the profess they l{
't' ,'', .; served in the late 'war with Mexico, allowed by three months' extra pay. But where he has,been we believe:any person would party ., ,

:....:; 't.. ;. forty-eight the act of July: nineteenth, eighteen p'it hundred and which discharged did not on render his own him application incapable on of any serving grounds out i sameldeas' ,from bur;report aCftOiniher '- 9! / E' r.i* -., Were 1 ft not: for, the: ;film was, as lTei1roljowinr'not'afraid nearly! as; his memov

,ip4, ,. theterm of his engagement, he is not entitled to actiiiiFaddt i 't.h. .Si'tW''f. {v.1}U. ",d terrible hullaballoo:that:Republican: g,1(8D j w i d"
Resolved by the Senate and House cflltprescntativet s :
: .t the benefit of the law honorable discharge : :
although _
i.ct .4P t\ of the, United States of America it* Congress have been given to him. Where, But-- t : of' '" : .\raises abouuhe': I' secret"extra rib one l ,toreneatat. *T '" al. lim, (
in -
may ,i.' ; accusing us perversion,.we.I ,. -

assembled That the three months' extra *
pay provided a' > i : (* T '
.t the. i / oN "*** i
\ volunteer officer, wishing to retire from service ? .1. f* .i. 4J9- >/* ;[person':) ., '
f 1 ri by the fifth section of the act approved July to of Ihe United States, has tendered the resig- ; have a little. 1 "oIifr-iJt nineteenth, eighteen hundred and fortnight, nation cf his commission and it ,not acceptedin : .:hose that live- in :
.(: \\4 j the officers, non-commissioned. officers, musicians the form of a resignation,but he was discharged, CABELL and' bis" 'organ:6n"'the; same''i were entertained,by, ,the, Whig party. gJasr'
: 1. !;" I!; and privates who. have been in actual service in he is not entitled to extra Officers appointed : Who sh lda'tthrowstones." :F9t:
I. tho late war with Mexico, and who hare served pay. score.. In alluding to'his two pamp'h-1 is it then-that'endeavors to "bIi d "
'r. ..f.. by the President leave the service by the ten- .
.t .,. ; out the term of their engagement, or have been of Those -" :-b j andullalente'd' "I the those'lhat : in the honor as gentleman!I l.toodjsti : hare
i honorably discharged and to the widows or heirs der and acceptance their resignations. lets, our "young Repre- eyestof : ;are kept _; : .Jf
;: -1.f. .f, from Executive of the : .' "- 1 editions
receiving appointments "t < irj1; ;:) v? two '
of those who have died been killed in the service C : .o( 3fr:
: :t '.t or tat es, and received into the service of the Unitedtat sentativc dgd the real. charge made dark t : ,.c
'J shall be paid andsettled by the Pay Department %**> r **- circular.
&> %&: of the army, under such regulations as Secretary the not es, retire entitled from to extra it by pay discharge, nor can;it the be the formerare in- by us. :He ,set'up: his .man'of;;straw, ;cir* uii neighbor:. )P3 !):therefore', '. contents: him- letter, apologizing' .? his t .
of the
/ !;'; Paymaster of War General, shall, with establish.the approval tention of the law to allow it to the latter where, and amused his audience by the 'terrible self with earnestly entreating Southern ',throp vote ; and as, Mr. .a eU'h s -. -

IHii Approved July 29, 1818. they had were expired discharged on their before own the application.term of their service havoc he cpuld' niakle l Bf. 'ttl f f1'ffi Whigs5 i ; "no'to'grve: .heedlto. : the'idle l ken. .the, liberty-.of Scribjng.lt theiij!

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Aug. 5, 1S1B.The 1 am of opinion that, in all cases, where'officere, : -I fl ? ; ; i -' ; tioti of ihe'twor Lives of
feiA above is a true copy, as compared with ,theoriginal : non-commissioned officers, privates, &o.,'were actually first noucethat, .the, ; pubjic JhadJ.of:his, ;: tales now-being**circulated about a party Geii. "r4 fo
ro U. mustered into service and while en route to. ; r\i circulation the at 'the
i ; which one .N ftfiJi
A. C. <7. ( for'WiNTHRop in is strugglingjike: : against t
c w. S. DERRIcK, the seat of war or the place assigned for actual reasons voting was giant, .
I '
rr.of..i:;''or". PAYMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, service, have died or have been since discharged in consequence iv--. a letter which_made:but:3V 'r."WiNTHROPfavorable the tyranny.ofithe one man,pow'er.VThe Jbe .other'at the South. weja- !;i
> 4, 1S48. of sickness incurred being rec
August ; ourselves
!t' of she
.'a: .;:#;::, Under the foregoing- Act and Resolution, rolls ed into service,the right to extra pay attaches.W. to.the South onthe question exulting'claim pf his'WhigfJbrother; game liberty, aal'
;.At i; ; will be prepared, as soon as practicable, and Paymasters : he ,thus off "idle .1ieve'th toneeditionr his i l
-I. ,) 1 "ir.;. sent to the several states to pay all Volunteers Secretary of War. of slavery We ,we're.n'. lJtr, surprised. : would r pass as an tale.'r tr''

.;, ." .:l. who have been in actual8ervic and wore Lieut.Acting Col.Paymaster B. F. LARKED General., with an article in the Boston Atlas :His .onclaim, i 'that the Whir partyare intended for'the atmosphere of''sfa_?
i i'c honorably discharged, and also the heirs of such chuselUvVo '
.'. "r--. :'., as may have died. For the convenience of claimants which stated: that, Mr. WINTHROP, after struggling. like giant against the keep Mn.\Vmihrop>JKgr(f
: ; c?:," Paymasters will visit the places at which thofiJ. /zis-costituent3
'" : 4' .. Regiments were organised, and, practicable, the THE NEWS. the publication of the .letter, declared ,ygo'power! ;. is the. very point, which and.the(otter fcr
.... .. enrolment, of which duo no Lice *\ ,' i,'ti is' i f J\ I Florida: .
-:: places of Company to.apojogize/er
'p ,
P-. ..'.'; will be given by advertisement. JACKSONVILLE, SEPTEMBER. 9, 1848. that a..certain: paragraph, which.tendedto i : 'would make TAYLOR'S election'infinitely; 'his constituents.1? l ,.Mr,4C4elI. t U:

:' lei.: .: .':. EVIDENCE REQUIRED. ---- -- theefiect, of his, -.being,./avprable\to ,'drsastrouV the Souh. They 'wish f r .lr

.. r .I" .... The testimony of the Commanding Officer of the South "was '\i to make TAYLOR subservient 'i .1 made'no-direct charge g fnM\: }
not him Congress
". ;;..f, I the Company, or, in his absence,that of one oft Ue approved by i ; -

.tf : ....: Commissioned Officers thereof, will be required,toprove and would, place him:an .:;' .The history of ,the last session; Cabell, but only used:my riviks
is the individual who serve iwrongflgItj ,
1 tbe'claimant '
: ::t that ? i : '
.: -: 'r'--"J"i": ed in said Company, and that he was honorably before, His. 'constituents.. 'The Atlas, also. shows that nothing can ever prevent drawing: m) owh jnfererice- from. ,odmij!

.,;p;, (:':,'it.':\._! discharged be procured from, the service testimony; when'such:of two evidence credible cannot and- stated, that. Mr. C. said' 'he..was. 'aware* :! )the'exclusion) of slavery 'from our terri- :tedprcmisesnccording! tome the

.:ro..' '..;';:f-t discharge disinterested, may persons be received,to the to service establish and the honorable claima B3IOCBAT1O NOMINATION of it,-that it was a mistahpth- Jfl.* : >;;] 'tpriesbutavfirm exercise.of this very. ser by;Mr.C. ,und will 'e 6tiute.j\

i ".: I. .Claims for the three m 'nths' extra pay of dorl printer,-and,that, it should :be.;,cor reel': .veto". ,power. !. I indulge, and itr needs be; assert. tnyopia?
'ceased officers soldiers, being restricted, first : ri : .i. '
.- .; -" '-t.'. to the widows, second to the children, third to the ed in a' pamphlet l edition he'intended to am nOt 'to befrighteneuoyaq.;:
", ; ; ...,: parents/and fourth to the brothers and sisters, no LEWIS CASS ':; QUALIFICATIONS.. body's bravado. I 'will: '

'\' ....:i payment can be made but to them, and in the ort publish.Prtviouely. ..,. howeVer, .... to'the : The Republican in relation : : /Suggest ;tteEdilor'pf
.j ;
will be the depositions says )
of -
der stated. The heirship the ;
:" \} proof of this .Repqblican!! that jajj\jfk
appearance r 1. !eJ11 lorida.thad'
.:-.,.. .:) of two witnesses, taken before a Judge or .the "Pa1dvAlto"al\VTig? campaign .
:. :;. f' .-. Justice of the Peace, who shall certify to their FOR VICEWILLIAM raEsrrENT: been.flooded. .with Mr. CABELL's pamphlet -: aM r r -- ..i:._ rper been misinformed that''1" hope Wtt
'S .:- ;-.b credibility, that the person claiming is the widow, : : recently started. by the Whigs of
.. that the deceased 0. BUTLEH and gentleman, that he will mate :ilK ;j!.
: .i; child, &0., of the deceased, and ,- every copy appeared the:parngraph ,
I Charleston
_:. s left no other child. When the claimants are the : "
'. OF KENTUCKY. : "" mende honorable. '
,! ;': i' parents, thatthe deceased left no widow or child; so' objectionable 'tii' Mr. WIN f' ;
'' I uThefollowing; ; its '" '
the brother sister claims, that the s capital motto : flt
and where or His.i
r9rl1a.I mistakp .
pa i
.. left of the before named heirs, and THROP. This same. of.,the .Boston 'Gen. ;i* -- ,
.,: t. ., deceased none FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: '. '" Ta.lor'is.n a man you cannot buy j *iJ-*
". : ; \ C. no other brother and sister; and that the claimants Atlas, 'had ,been or told a 'paJpablra lOo1 1 bO f
,, copied into ,the t1ilrnn.you] : cannot 'sell a man -
the be you
:. ; are or are not of lawful age, as case may ; GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. -'-
:' $ r the deponents shall further make oath that they 'Palmetto :State Banner, published in: cannOt scare and. 'a man who. 'never' 'the former,.as it'riur l be uta.poai ::
.,. ., are 4bintewi The official :'character of the. .h -i -:- :
: .
,.;, t.! : ;. officer, before whom the deposition is made,should \ Columbia, S. FOR CONGRESS
:' ,". .toO be properly attested. i in this *' Not very applicable.! TAYLOR was by ditorting- -ihetruih.intended ji .. .As )
I S. ""f' I Where minors inherit, whether children or WILLIAM P. DUVAL no one region Jiacpjeen l 1jut' (n' "

.,". :.i.;:-t.; .' :_:. euardians.brothers and whose sisters appointments, they, must; be as such represented, must by be edition, we copi d the. ariicle'anad.caiiedupon .. ": bought. .: by the, .,',Wh' igs- ...by a .nomination.' as V"'a 'personal}-matter.- -.*- ?, I* williwti

:...:::.;: .:" duly authenticated.: Where there are several FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: Mr. C ADELL to 'explain' '- what? L''ivis for: the Presidency i after he had clar.cdhewonldaccep notice the fact :that Mr. C 5ell. wasoet
:. :: adult heirs, they should unite in,a power of attorney -
J. .of' p.. ,as the payment can most conveniently. be GEO.. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. a direct issue bet\veenrbim and the ; the nomination of no particularly invjted to'attend, 'althoaSr
?.r.Ir ?
'. ..: .;.. made to one person.' CHARLES H. Pj& He' .was .sold to the Northern it was a public i Pemocrade f- Meet* t ttJrmd i
DUPONT Boston .
in ofGadsden. Atlas. Than ,
:: .' -f. Powers of attorney must, all cases,have been paper says'tHat
,' ,; ..' _. executed subsequently to the 19th ,of July, 1848, Abolitionist' -Whigs their ,
f ; JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. oh the'same day tits'h itei appeared'j "*" by Sonttienr ; several l lViligs were present$: *t
.--r---. and should exrwos that they are granted tor the" e !| 'V? '

-. ;. ." ..";'. purpose of receiving the tlree months' extra pay,. promised to correct.the print, ,'s,."error" ljfen 'n." order to obiain ,that povvn Editor of the. Republicahinmsem'., : ,*.
.,./I\ -' :"':' auttiorized by.the'act of Congress of that date.- ASSEMBLY TICKET.TOR and ofi.ce.for: which had C. P. COOPER the alluileii|
_ r, :..'\' Such powers will authorize any claimants to receive in pamphlet edition he..was, about. to, 'they been' longsighing. speaker &
;. : P : .:.: nay; by their attornies. but in all cases they r .;:, .As, to not being scared and *- t.
publish. This he had ; :
.ld. : ':;. must be accompanied wit tLo evidence of service RErBESsrATiYE5--iuvAL AL COUNTY. apparently'notdone WHIG?: *
and honorable nev'et, >Urrendering he the TESTIMONY; ;:
i a. :. discharge. ; '. '. / -.o; His. ,, enjoys same. -
.: { No payment of extra pay to volunteers can bo -4 .
.1.l ;;.t ,. : made at this place,-until the Paymaster shall have JOSEPH FIIVIVEGAN. After, n long interval' 'lIr '..C BEL'L qualifications as ,a(good bun- og. : 1
-.. I ,J' "1' From; the Spriri/Md Ti tt. !
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State claimant
;: '' left the in which the resides, and -- .
l..: .. '. have made his returns to this office, the rolls being -- gives. us another pamphietln ivhicni -orrIeliL
:;;t' in the hands of the Paymaster. NOTICE. the' '"error"- corrected- 'Sv'j>* Jtyrmifh until: DOCUMENTS.Wejiave. Another Convert to Democracy.
is -
j'. \.{., i' f REGULAR SOLDIERS. THE firm of GILLETT & HAZZARD, hitherto ,_ ii j ? {juno= *:: if at .this:office copies of the ThE L-AT' PRESIPE:,O .TUTJII- : v

t.. :. ... :;.''t. .All soldiers of the regular Army who come engaged in the publication of "The News/' j is he has been, ,riddled;: from,! : one }end. .of. Northern and Southern lives of.Gen. 'coLIc. t-
II I within the provisions of the foregoing act, and this : the State to the other. '. .
day dissolved by mutal consent. Either of j'<- Cass ,
.. } .: :.!: who have been honorably'discharged on Surgeon's. ,which ,can be seen by any person TO .MY, :'OLD, PI1IEDS"Ge : 11\ :
tr : '. certificate, or by expiration service,'will make the parties is authorized to settle the accounts Such is Mr-CAB ;' dilemma!lq1ie that may wM. rRtpublicvn. .

.t"kirj...: their application for the three months' extra pay, due to this date to the late firm. lernen. V i .rJ"in.a1.jift
C.!." 4 I.; to the''Paymaster General at Washington. Their up attempts to screen" l liimself.by. declaring ;..WhIveiit_. 'this:: office copies( of the.:
T I oil stances t"1 1 fhould 'ten1Dr ,
: :":4 application will in every inzinncebo accompanied :
I.-;J. -./.. by the following ,oath of identity and their ALLEN B. HAZZARD. that,- he believes-. -' ,thereJisrno SUCK Northern and Southern .letters Mr.I obtrude'nnyTeflusibn; (of|qiy"fi ti.sentimeQtsupon snL

"-4'- .t".:.'J,f.:.;, signature nexed, to wit properly. witnessed, to the. receipt an- -Jacksonville,.Sept 0, 1848. paper as the lPalmetoStatei I ,Banner"f!' !C 1i Ar ELti' "in, relation.It < ;\,.to 'hia, .vote. for" 'Mr. the public.attentioix:

.$ ... .:..,.:. .. of -Healsodeclarcs. I ..tat. .Jl! t:p. JRRh. |Wij THnop,- th .?AboHtionist""whi'ch can ,If any apology is requiredlefcfitlfe;
., ;' County of undersigned having purchased tHe interest lets are'not v* L;'"**' ( latitudes be found in the ',columns. :of-the Journal.Monday. !t' bt
: dapted4urel seen by.
call.CouNTYi .
; .n that
person ,
: t. Op this day of in the year one thousand of Mr. A. Hazzard in the establishment \ 1 any may"
.,r; eight hundred and personally appear- !-One ussertioisbout'as avail- Jastuch.:{ : jassajfoj.Qt ffjrmy
\f ". '' before me, the undersigned, Justice of the of The, News," will from the present day. continue ) ( ,. The : political but ray private,charaWT..
.'4I '?r-.. Peace for the county and above mention,3 r *the. .publication of this paper on his own. ,ableas I '',the"" Ptherl' '":".', .f ,v !' z-tJ ';' 14-q- iliT. j .I1thCountyjieuXtt- 7 Democfats;. ;of (and, busine;;in'a style uhgenil$ ii*fi"-
who -'r- <
ed, being { i
duly sworn according ;: : tlj :
1 .,. to law, declares that he is the identical a,cUn':. In the purchase' he"becomes,responsible i 'c TJUUMPH'.O.F1UEDOM'r-:* Convenuonon. :jSaturda -. i!ly abuse and.low'vulgarity,' cellel'

-I. "-;. t who.was a in the. company for all the debts of the late firm, and an t We ) f t t'0 t;Jasti .T:2: 4 I,ihst.j! for the pur-' \: ly byrthe* base 'farsehbbd -of 'ifs! : i6P
Wt commanded by Captain in the are1r ,her amused':at theingenuity !; -; ; tj .7 'noposeor :: : : -- j-* -1 T< __. jments
eq division of the accounts due having been I candidate( -. -
t. selecting
regiment commanded by >' Iwith, wHicF ; for Reprejseiitatlvejn ; ,;;}
-. that he enlisted the day midebetweenthe, .ei i of them is our neighl rH voids' "This i attack :
p rtners er. :: the General ;. :. : of the Journalis upon.F
-J "
: '-: of ':'for:the term of" : and was discharged ;' -f4 iUi' b' q Aspem.
i awkward <'
ITIt I ,: -i a,1'. : .on the. 'day of authorized., .to receipt for and collect them. .' i ;_ charges.* *4-flLtJ'tts1 last su-number- .bly. Mritiiv1NorroN? was. unanii do bilesshtended.terrify axi4 b&-
I! iu. LV i-
by reason of -- AUGUSTUS .C. GILLETT. contains a;;errJbejpps.tauglt1upopfpator ) ,y i w ift: TlJitf. JiRtf J > --: v- into submission other*hiEs-w4oclJ '

: year.Sworn above and written.subscribed. before me the day and Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 184S. an Extra,I""wjiicb//was/issued,from{ .j 1qusly.pomnaIed.! fW e'. have not; yet,?; ;metfre;1 &ffng; their: .raofes,; :'Tfiey$

J. P. > !feceivedra; report:of- hirpf: pioceedina of; welcome .
th1a : totziake.anexainpIe :rn n
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ofltc afw: 1- .
: *f2vi' jv--
ekiaince.1Thj ttta -
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In ( ft > -
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I. nr-: consequence'of unavoidable ) ::
county S* *** -. j '.ItiUf-'th'.l' jtbe.XlonjipptiofiT'bnt understand that IJ'fask.'is; the: ,right of:explaining.

- -i----: 1 hereby certify that. Esq., before delays consequent upon the altering r. : 'Wj fl'.fiJ.t"1' : nrticle-pub1ish'friff ; d-sdb.bf13. :tour.frkndswere tjnhigb>pJ lrlil have' my whig friends :the reasons .whieiruduced i k
; ,
'L- whom .foregoing affidavit was.made, and 'tlf
ir ; r .' who'has thereunto subscribed his name,,,was, at. am) repairing of the rooms we occupy ,q- tJ."J u > d i mJ1R'Ji.l IR i 'relved.to put>forth all.their : ;this chane-ii'iuy[ | :Ipolii L"1*

H" the time of w doing,.a Justice of.the Peace,in and for'a.printing office; and the settlement drorn1the j YPP'h< l' ; fJ I'r.*. (. .- .,t .J'-- energiesfSrffidilAiutolSn timents, 'and1aspirations... Jt't 1'
JH;)'!\ :. ; for the bounty aforesaid, duly.commissioned and upon *' .Jt.: ._ ( : : : ;: J :
twom.- '-.K'h' "u. *'" / "of the affairs of'the')late Hrm'of Whig journal Hib wi1s:1ilgrand: jubil ei I" ., ,., ,tlintyeilivejialpndo&Jibertyi4depubli :; :
.In temoywberoofI'bAveherenivip.1. : \'' t'ior! of.iJWhlgg"er.t. ti! : .t,.<" .., 1._ : i insiitiit lj n8 /whereveraht !
iheMefe ; :
over Sbuthffpiii (tlieOr1e -
-- to set my hand and affixed the seal: : we. are unable this. : - ..and:prescriptive '
eEAL.of my offic as Clerk of the; S 'week to 'publish but little than : ; '' \r ; ; a t wnh constdr.t ) i MEEHNO,;BEHALP:OF IBEEAND. spitit'thai4ed '1
,more : : j the Journal fa; ;
I ( ,
,court of said county, this day ; an frP-t 1Jfym .' H'l"J t'd : ):* "- ,.,," '- -. i I. by ; copnellei

ZT.-t .J do hereby o acknowledge_ 'to,1S4 have received of advertising. sheet. ,+ q ,:pm v f tA J ) I t A in'inteistiQmeeting, i f i oihe, friends m i j :fine. .its.vengeance,upon those,,T Ii .-

w at' : Paymaster U. S. Army, this day of: :orj.tho lde. aJ .)lAQdJ)ilat ro l bj1! i tot.J r..eA, d y! Hlil. I qr! "'W4ayJ ;tOspurnits dictation i in:impotentwerf*
<' 'ot. <. dollar"11> OUR>JUGGLER'S' .. .. It need
PJJ5& !4'18& tb lUn fuD of ADDRESS. 1 ll -" : not sayHbatMii, adrocatlfti
Whig was
party prejeininentlykthelur

; 2:;*-*L5rY.* ,. the: 'bove account.. (i _, ;'}tf- min'iWitness. Signed< ?:, Our Whig neighbor. 'is rath r'ipitefuly l "F ree.. S \:1y' .' 'rh1."' I t._'f'f'hld'} t.Ii.ij-Q 8 tI tb-anfliversaryoL, e!.t f1 li'I--r: ; .birtb4ayof.rI/e nthusiasftc1ad8he1'r .. D ipJ !b lii e b'! kY! f ,
:- "The evidence,,in the .ease.of deceased soldiers 1IPr ; I' seyc tIybe1zeecE.' .
,$; the O tr:lbn k'vrnri -" t i recognition jWil .<.J
: be the te at. version we have last week, given this rOrtnern h. a i it '
itt-j' cUl same as required ofyol r. yv. Iglournal, corresnonfi a. ehilemenb fortei&hW! principle inuthendthjistrajiorr.
r'p "Inall cases'of discharge from the regu1arAmi Ih' A.7.f '' --- 'i, {t .HHW J -' U1tg f iw mg :11 ,
bjf M CABELL'S Addresf We t '1 cit k /. i '? .
r; ts hereafter,the three months extra Pay will be paid' ,, regret ..fJ.J. g JYit.,/ E\f Pj1tG'Y:9. .l..Rt U$11"JJ.1. 'Vti", "coin. :government to':b'essential tismceriiy <)& (.

:f $ : $' h Ihall.appear the soldier on his his' certificates na1 iettJe ent that;''provided he has per it1-",-I exceedingly that we.should; have hurt ,Crienca eol.ved t 4siribteth ; Ilml i tee'was appoinied JlLj 'consit: % Incr',of: the,I tre,'' r t tcouhtnI: :nnd'witb- i t ,

? ':E'j; f.rbieaactual service in.the war withMexico,and t thee sensibilities of bur. fnend. by the article] at'their, own. expenie,forr'the bt ibrt' I'nowing]1 AOiiuiFttimw.jjf. : JJessra.ALawjenfcert : i i)reghrdeti tue.ppncipl :
; [
: 11u\ee ;hoDo tydiMhai'ged. f.i .. persons jdemocratic?
; application ; > ; ift. i party*'asumischifitheirtendency ; ?
: to'his'diviiiliy of such efi 'JS rt'Lrt J." .fi I-
BENJ. Y. LARNED. akeimas L to tnose' u t.t.Whio i'a : R
,- 't c-hc Hi 'i ifJ'' l1re 4ut79re 1tY Jf .I es' ;, and,clestrn. tivt; }
:fi.rf General iiJ ? ,
; ter'.nd.'But' ;
? { AI'i"' ActJng n .:" ., 'f ;r. ,g ,..,>'r "It," '., ,. "we,#could. JgnQr,. 1J'r\ tn g, 1fHfji'i'milij(1i'til. r t.1ort e-.f. nJ, 'i Jackj,!:l hbmas iLedwith, .tC?eprge applichtjbn"tb i < tliex m'alSawfe&enl*ot ri
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I.J' I.- MARCYLt 0 finlnooiher .word ] \.1-.t .Uf 0. HoJl : i-iT.' o. -
equally J .
tL'i '! -4- *' Secretary of lvar: ." i! ; J. ..expressivebfj frJ te 9 g I1h-l4{ I\ Nlloeil I M6i. l !1HOl1Mid iJd.L : IQQ Irr .: ". .iR.c
the : i\t t.t ,. ", .., .. _- .BL1i
The KlUwing letter from ihe Secretary of Warjrire /' dexterity ,which, "our! young and L ur nelg tiofJr lhefR bUcawr.el) rJ- f4f.i1.a.ii..J 8149IP.> 5.a ttee. was 0-4" ; ",: : .the.experienceof W
; -construction V>f the law'above ;11lc.twlve "i ffiaieM-tdC a'1'Ievny
4 ::4'f referred to, .talented:.Representative""' exhibited plytO1thdliO5ttiOff{ years
t ;'.. which;wiii the foregoing regulations will govern F J uVlainj%) then 'c@ 9lt } Pf' ij :J'f-i : candid nbd-J.a tiba't
e1atma.under the law thatmemorable occasion"we were rt f'f'S"TwlH'lnHrf.n4'J'1..rI: c"" ini't J f
r :- in the. lettlemenVof : ; fdrfcfefdto'aseif. : oj ri's JDiicjplescnc
1T4.EDgpART3cEr t., "' ; : .. 't ; .t}" "L" 'r.t""-Iutes MJnnccor4anceWth. :nuthokty;.Qnr. t,: myUreoibedernoct,_
; l 1 'I
r -' .8 "Malignant'indecj.... ( .' the., argu.wt"t:111J' r1it ;\Northr i'-.J1)0' 1 r ;"tI tC "(m'ittee recommend' ; "% --1\11
ilgtDl' ,
t4 -- herm ; .are
; --; r1"ISnw : "Jx.j rk': 'U'jL t.rousJnnguage .\ : ; ) :y} lh8mli a not ,, : .Q party !"- '
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4: :
'Jui reply to your' optorle.Zi. '!i .. ,.and' ]perversions"Iost. .. .... poraryby!! .. ccqlngus, .qJJt"a ,l"'i J.lul lmeetiogofthe tf..t.; *- sTiitiin friends;sr'; I *. 'i l.- .. ;, ,from th,trae theoryof
ttorf*tthe'eonrtructioJi!tonbe given td the fith iF. 'r't -.tJji\ 4h' t. ," ,1 lU1'"u : : l' ) Jg1u -- ; !; Q J eEnnhstal; 'brlClt'
the "Act to asseaa- aa/entltled?F !.e Lfl. .1' :. epJ. p a secrctEztraii!J IJJtYtF .. pjtd to
IOCUOD i of I J.( '! ; ; l, 4; J flgt.t.d) b'Y: J itM ia Evening j' : 4"fi
-- aft.pp1.m htal'to aa act entitled an, d I'01i- ."shameless authors,"..&c. &carelO: !i : t jt.rel1 rw rdI4Jt J ftff TE { ,f'r: ; "t1 Qr'tt. 'F2.t ,, liPD itof4tr Tjfttfy tiittty6SSlS,
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'I the"P rt y witH which r ci dadvo.tiP& ., fcp by.Eng1aod.! ;&enab1eber r.:Io'sic J [ iWft!HMM' tJ">*wR WsHltjVJSlMU r .teyL4l .-
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\1t! ; itin: rnrrying. on the d 'financial American commerce,' evinced- ;j.the; >pow. \ }. fleU'e 1 *AUpWwmlttJeUe..['! n, tie J.<').J qn W ,' iIpleane ..i. ->*.>*r-f i(sJte:,:: GrqC i ; t 11'f 4--g j :. .

:[JOBS of-the:'government f .in snp; er of his intellect;:the1' 'fervencybf his come forward anaEa asettlnnentsTiitli '.;.-SI: 1ST ,".41..,.1 't.U..f'.r.c "..., '.-. Hatlw < ,

II o sound carrencyj aid "rtgtila- patriotism,'and ihV watcUfulness'wiih ,i 4 n-,.. : .b;, IJ'fW::DBLIjI ;. i""L'" r, "...._'"",.._,._J.- .'....'... ".',.-0., .",, : .Pior'JiP iii hM ad.ubttk, YiI't I j it:; i

? ;;vaanjres The democratic. party which he guarded,the:interests of his f.. f.s" ;, t; l"Nf.C> .r. B Y THE PKESIDEWT OP THE' Puotia: :S J. J'8 tt e 1
NewnvUefl : *"; :f J;' f ,.ra.. '1
SJcted U principle! was thump country. No man who assails;General fiJNLTEDSTLTES.. : mthcOrEXEciek1ctUTog r

\., 3jsa8tained; by th*i. people on re- Cass for this! and .thus' virtually con :.;l'.="r' 0" .d".,(iis.iiEr. :.;;--'tJ;: : ,";'f"rJn. nursuance/' of>?I.;Ia,.,'"-JAMES. .*::El-> 'IJI_. teffi.I.J1S ..B, I-. ",'''." -,,.--.)..,-'LGoshendJatte .
f Sited trials, and the \*& ndozk t!:. demns the principle forthe maintenance The: ierAcaii'" "I' .l.<1R..in.t. : POLK, President' rhe United"States W1."- ,te .lfJ tfi
and 'I ,
Twlo.No. sh'Pot 4SOi1C1
, 1. "iftlA now stands in Vindication of of which we fougfifEngland, ought toreceive G.I'tn..q. Co iti.t'4 i.j'1.rr.04f .a..amu,' If,America" ,do,hereby declare. 1 and make ?,1, f: t y' < ttATuscova1 J
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, g !irisuum; of its policyi For the fact the confidence of an American .;, ,.C .'1M. :OEAc. ,! ,r'c' f4."t. 1'1 jr if. ,,.l ( wnjtbat: public',sales:will, be)held #(B .T i eij\1i .

; : published in the face of all the world. constituency. No such,can receive my 56'CorMnerciaifitreet Boston 3iass at the undermentioned ;Land-Offices- 'int1&iFLoiiiDA'at .SbgariN.tl'MoLisSN : .
i rfirO :
IId'.nas a settled principle in the" "periods Stua.iRefin.., wt. a lPulnrii' t
! become FFERS FOB SALE -SdiifeTwine forFiaaorTnrtlt '-< '' ,. .,- ., it.
; y.
vote.As ; Sugar = .
trnmdsofthepedpH that the sysf0n'is a military man, I ,admire and love ,mi\\Gi ling Twrnes of ill deia ._hereinafter, deignitted'towit! ; :,. D u ; io W t: c .d : t.

better adapted to the safe and Gen. Taylor, and would rather add a pii nBop) InR; ?& *&**?- '* At the'. land'office J;at NeVnansTille, cominencingon 'tIne J 'w iJ" ,.: ,.u..t .u-. t Jy'd 1j
Also all "' Nets and Seiries- Ttritle'Netsand : :Monday.the:;ninth.of;Odo.bernext, for '' .Ti. : ,. /f
of financial af.. description : 1 '-Jb
management our thousand, than pluck one laurel from Irith)and1witbout the disposal of the public landS situated,within \. .IrxU# 1' -. ,x-u." iM1eir", .. &. 'i.4 :
JStUffords sound hill brow. SeinwFishingSeines, .ntne;'. :s"f. '* '...--J f 5t.:1
more But the .
a. currency, undermentioned .
according to his own townships and of ,
bags-Cast Nets, &e.,&e? Person3 itt parts;;. .,q idi\I tioMijP Jmes/kc 1't ,;t .
the exchanges at lower nndort' statement he has t ownshipsviz;, . ; '
int ketps I yet to. begin to learn wantcanbnveary: zJssciirncw'of Net 'or Seine <' ; Cornpkte4ssortzen .. ,
aniform rates than ever was, oresn those things which pertain to the duties made IS x>rder an'd'ahlpped 'to?thtir address-": :,South_of. the, baseUne. meridian., and east of.principal, :-Calicos,"Ginghams, Muunnetud.ofDQodi-; *. j t:J
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be. realiaed {rom a bank. of the Presidency. I believe that the they Will pi wise namtleiiglli,depth,' and%&! of Th6 fraction .oftownshipseven situated t Bibhpnsj v' ", al .. J1
mesh in ,their orders Lfttersf' Inquiry* ; east S
X|protUfi"e Tan// is another article democratic party appreciate his servi- promptly atisWerecl'by trtail ofbtherwise.u- of the Suwannee.nver, (except 5ecfo JII[one,ele gs iDgl))i ind 1U1h Ji i

fatth-deemed the '1' .nnAnd\we1n.: ) and the fraction ,of township trishlineiLDiaper and Long lAirnp' *'' 1' '
Of whig necessary ces as 'highly as whigs ; jhat it is Boston, Sept-9M848/ 3I1 r'n ; .,
: Qambri'ctJaconetSwiss/and'! -v 4
'- ten,east of said river Sections li .. ,
(except tv'
for the encouragement of American in- not so much for attachment to the man, ,. !H.oi! ;UdkfsWoyes. 'Suspender ; ', ::. ,. j t4
> nineteen
and .
en, eighteen 1
ltIanbal's ,Sale. 'tl twenty thirty.one.jof ) ..
dBrtiTi: aDd the protection of our manufcctorers that the whigs.. support him, as .it is virtue of two Executions issued out of range fourteen; :- Tickzngs-Linen and Cotton Osnaburg;' : :

from foreign. competltlon.The .- from a hope that, by abandoning their BT the District Court the United States for Fractional township thirty-six,.of.range seventeen. \yinewhitea&C &c _&C d brown' *.""'-<,-Linen"' '' vn:",{'t01"i_ :" 'f % f.

people have decided against the principles, und converting his military the Northern District Florida, and'to me di. ., .. i J / :. '- *, 1 'a
in this. A ff reeled'and delivered Towrisipstweiity-three and'lwent-ro rl, and Cottonin. steel ; ij
1J'hig p:1rt also tar lo'Y' reputation into electioneering capital, ragnitist--Arthur.Bmey. and whale'bone frames *- --* '-.' ..
of democratic policy, 18 they can succeed in getting control of I have levied npon, andt8haljsel\at public'auction fractional townships thirty.onethirty.six, thirtyseven -:,52? ?#:ClIt erg:. Knives; Scissors.K .", ".1 j
Ui' spTiflg ,in front of the:Conrt HCuse in the city of thirty-eight..thirty-nine,of range or8- J'1

J0ir1a operation, and has now receivedRemarked the spoils of office. Haying no intimation Jacksonville, between her bourspf,10'a.m.an : eighteen. NalJsHlngE'SButtl Tea Trays: Knives. andFerkvSpo6n.V.< ... ---J:.' t

approval of the people.- either from his own declarations or 2 p. m.of the first Monday of September next, Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, 'Collins AxeSj'nnner :'HAtch'e&'Saw's ** C !

Under its mild and beneficent operations those of the convention that nominated a Negro'Woman;named PegWjPeggyj-and: her' fractional township thirty-one.:townships' thirty ,Carriage<%Trenches1Ialter; Chains ; :
two children. -six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional \POtgK'tles&c&c. ( .t 1.
ROBERT/MYERSMarshals < ,
ihe revenues of the country have him,, what principles he expects to adopt By his Deputy, G.HtmruRKYS township thirty-nine of range ninet eIl. '. .. -.. -. r ..; i U
s.Marshal's A few Bifies low
creased beyond all precedent ; American or how he stands upon great national Office, ,I. t Townships twenty-three, (except the western A'Good pnced-PpwderFiasiau : ; .

industry has been rewarded with questions, I decline "going it St.Augustine, July 22, 1848.; J .. ; u tier.of Sections,) thirty- rne. thirty-two: thirty- Boots f Assortjnentlof.CrocJicry Shoes-Men;Women's and Tui'CJuldren'aP War ':, ..!\

jbundant employment and high price ; blind," and prefer supporting Cass and J:7 The above sale is postponed to-the first six of thirty-seven. thirty-eight and thirty-nine' Boots and Shoes/'Ofall kI d,* *>- **& : t4' }

have all over Butler lives have been in Monday in November next. ." twenty.Townships A of *
manufactories grown whose variety FancyArticles AJ & '
up spent Perfumery
I G.. HOMPHREi'S DepntyMarshaU thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, .... 11
cine&c. j.
theands] if by magic, making enor honorable public service-who are acknowledged .St. Augustine Sept. 9, 1848, .. ,. v of range twenty-one. Jacksonville 1 <: ', It .:J b

;dividends ; and so far from quail- to be pure, great, and goodin .Townships thirty, thirty-one, thirty.two, ,April, l5. ,,1i4SiT''t7/-" r (dJ.Tr. "

ft under foreign competition, our people all those attributes which constitutethe i NOTICE.., :: thirty-three and thirty-four, of range twenty- ,'t. ."'V \
I WEEKS after date.I jhajl.apply to'the WAREHOUSE OF :; }l
the their and citizen twoAt -
sending products qf patriot and whose SIX
are Honorable Judge of Probate: .in,and for the land office*at St. Augustine, commencing T .. .. ., .
looms and workshops to Europe, underselling principles "are known and read of all. the County of, IIillsbl' ughfor.Letters of Administration -. on Monday the sixteenth day of October Ptt,. .N" T :S"r01N'L", "Y.-" '. !,!.. ti t

the English manufacturer at men." A. It. ROBINSON. on the Estate, of Susan,.Stafford, next,for the disposal of the public landsjwith- .- l' t

iiis own door. To increase duties of Springfield, 111.,.July 20, 1848. late of said Bounty, deceased.. in the und rmenti ed'townships and ports'of No. 56. Cedar. Street- New. Yorlii, 1 ti
"JOSHUASTA'FFORD4nillsborough townships viz: .
would be rob I .t
only to
mere millions protection of consumers, fur the benefitof Description of a Bad baiL-: Stranger, .County; September 2, 1848.Master's' South Of th bast line, and east of the principal LI1L :JF U1cTi : JLmm;;

which is the :J meridian. (LATE LEE & JUDSON)
hundreds of rich way to-village There'stwo i N t ce. ; f1
few producers.I
a roads ?" responded the iellow. Well, ,UNDERSIGNED having'been appoint- Townships eighteen r nineteen'and twenty, Occupy the' spacious FIVE STQRX AJi1 f

might refer to many other questions which is the best'P Aint much difference; THE, untter a decree.of the Circuit Court and fractional township twe ty-on,' .of rang.twentyeighL HOUSEj'Na: 56 CEDAR'STREET-t.h VHCL*'- 1tJit

ofpplicy, i in which the deliberate judgment both on 'em very bad. Take which you will,. for the CountyiOf Duval and, S\t4f Florida. aSpecial f.-- of.which is devoted to.the exbibitionand.1s&It' 2 .

I of the country has been given a- afore you've" got half way you'll wish. you'd I Master in Chancery lOthe case of John ,twenty Fractional*: of township nine.V nineteen' ':"ind township* oftheSng1ei1rhc1e 'or + '_ '. : L '
range 'M
: tuck t'other. \ ;
; C. Pelot and Charles H. Administrators ; ;
winsi ii,wings, and in favor of the j Pelot, of "T<$wnshij>twnfyi'four; and fractional township p RI.NT.ED. c AL;. lq.OE sT'Their i
James D. Pelot, deceased,against the.creditorsof tf"l
h is true that success |t A shark at Xahant the twenty-five of,range thirty. present Stock- consists of :
democrat ; was lately caught the estate of said James D.Pelot,'to.state an nearly.3. t iP *
may not aUvnys be the criterion of merit I I stouiach of which contained, among other account of the amount of assets distribution Townships twenty-two and twenty-four, One Thousand 'Packages,:;" p ti.

.but when the people deliberately things, a pair' of boots, two horse shoes, and a in the.ha'nds of the said Administrators, and., .of fractional. ship twenty-five,(except Sections Embracing,'some. THOUSANDS: of' different .jpatt J 'i
; I fourth of July or.lLion-the latter, our informant the amounts due respectively to the creditors of" twelve,.thirteen; t" nt -rour and twenty-five. .), rzi.4.and :colorings- 'comprising ev.ery' j ij

tearafter year, aad under every vari- says, as uuii.csted as it was the day it sail estate, Notice is .hereby' given to all of range thirty-one. thing 'desirable in the line FOREIGN. :and f'

ftjof circumstances, uniformly decide I c.ime from its author. ties interested, .That hearing will.be had par-by,, Townships twenty-one, twenty-two twenty! DOMESTIC' "' '' : .:< -? .. l. '

the !nme question in the same way, the J, me. as Special Master aforesaid,in Jacksonville/ three and went1-.our, and fractional township All which are offered*for S3lek, for or* 1 1

[No. 12XOl'IIER .] the of October twenty-five, of range thirty-two.' satisfactory credit,.at theLOWESTP1UCJ3i,
is almost inevitable, that on Tuesdaj, lOthj! day 1848, '
presumption "" ; .
Township nineteen, Sections one, two, three, by tho. : _*". '- qT .
when will
\ LETTER FROM creditors required to present their, 0'PIECE
1 icir verdict is right. And if any fur- adjudication Sections ten to fifteen exclusive, Sections twentyone OR 'PACKAG C-/ ? % 'l ff.
; supported by proper evidence for ;
ihcr reasons were necessary for acquiescing GEORGIA. READ IT. be barred from.an to tw nt-seven inclusive,and Sections thir- New Styles are received
or else alnwisiCTfry day,
( in this fixed expression of the We are daily receiving testimony like the thereof. AUGUSTUS, C. GILLETT, ty- .thirty-four, thirty-five' and thirty-six in -and many of.them"are go'tupfor: bur own sale?,: f Ji i ti

popular will, it may be found in the following, from the North, South, East and I Special Master; in Chancery. fractional township twenty; township twenty- and_'not to be found,elsewhere.: ,. ., '. f" ::.: ;fj .

fact before referred to ; that disaster West: Jacksonville September 2, 1648. ...,4h. one twelve townehip thirteen twenty- wo (except and Sections one, j-'Printed.lists :ot'Pi' e7 'cort ed fronV H :;j
twenty-four twenty-five) :
.. r day today, with every variation fth'tfJU1PM" i V
confusion, and speedy repeal have followed Gentlemen was afflicted with Asthma for: 'LAN D' ;SALE. : ., and townships twenty-five and twenty-six, of .arc placed in't1 e'h'and8'ofb l .. ;" .".,' 7?_' ; 1fJ 11;

close upon the success of whig fourteen years, and had tried every remedy in I BE/OFFERED, at auction ia'New- range thirty-three.' Merchants will be, ab1ildtormn: ; ,Some( idea pf ti 1 C.

measures in Congress ; while gieatyatioual the country; I had also been to several physicians -. WILL on Tuesday, the 10th.day of: ,*Sections incl1isiTe three-&ctions, foir, five,Sections ta nine to fifteen ',the extent'and.variety of o f.assortxnen ,wHenwe'state t
twenty-two '
advancement, nn uninterruptedcareer ,and found no relief whatever. I was afflicted October next the following tracts of land viz; seven inclusive and Sections twenty- thaf. the ValuVvoT: our ''iosuaTftock 4'1 t?.
thirty-four,thirty- tKis.ONE.4ILTCLE is'at least ,ttrie :f herralue of 4
prosperity and glory, in peace at times so severely,that the blood would The East!.2 and N orth.W est J(of Fractional' five and thirty-six in township twenty-two,and the entire' stoclc or'dry goods usually kept by' l1 t.
; .11
and urar, und a popularity which in- gush from my nose, and my breathing was dif Section,Township 12 Southbf Range 19last) township twenty-three, (except Sections one to pur largest ''*holesa1ejobbers.", >.TIua.i&et, 'fp- tt'
The West hatrMFiactianal Section 2 4 Township six .
ares permanency, attest the fitness and ficult. Indeed the disease had gained so muchon 128, of Range E.= ", ; ",u-<" inclusive)or'nmge township thirtyfour.Fractional twenty-two' ,. the four gether with the'fact,.that our; mean' .:.anooar. j .tattention

wi don: to the condition of the country me that I despaired of ever getting well, The West half.and South-East' quarter' eastern tiers of Sections in township twenty- ,instead of, are being devoted divided am'ong to ajrastvarieiy'bfarticle ? r S.ft

and the spirit of the age, of democratic when I chanced to get a bottle of "WISTAR'S Section'5,T Township5 8. bf Range 1 9:E., five;and & nI one to four inclusive,Sections will renderjthe':advantages which.wholly we.can; offer ore i lJ jJ,

measures.- BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY," which effected The East half North-East quarter;arid Easthalf nine to fifteen I1flCIu3y, and Sections twenty- to,dealers. 'perfectly obvious" j,.anc| it,shall 'be f' r
Sooth-East .. 'b
of rterofSCtiOn26Town. inclusive ?
'"OJ twenty-seven in township .
Is it not time, thdn, that the principles a perfect cure and I now consider myself perfectly ship' 13 Sj of Range 19 E. ; 1. twenty-six, of range thirty-five. our care that none, who.Visit pur.establishment" .' '
shall with /
,meet any disappointment .
of tle whig party were repudiated ? I I sound This can be proved by numbers; The North-East quarter 'and East'.hAlt"o. : Fractional townships nineteen'and twenty, Our assiOTtinent. complete at all.,seasons t'. ,;of ... : ..

Actinjr for myself, I do repudiate them, of men in Franklin County and vicinity, and I: South East quarter.of". J-Section Township 13Sofflangel9'E. of range thirty-six. the year. LEE i JUDSON!& LEKit4) : '1I

and ado")! others which time and the think it my duty to let it be known. ., _, At the land office at Tallahassee commencing 'Ei S.-'R'PIEformerly, "of' tiefiraV6f\ .' :"
The Westr half ahd--Horth-Eastf quarter of on Monday the twenty-third, day of October Lord'&*Iees and'late tt
Seniorpartner; of th'
fxperience of the country commend to : THOMAS A. PATRICK. Section, Township 13 S. of Range19 E. next,,for;the disposal the public lands aitua- gIn firm Lee'&'Brewster froini W1i

iny approval. Franklin County, Ga., Nov. 19, 1S4G. The North half of Fractional Section 25 ted within the undermentioned ;townships and n ti 'h 'Wthdrew'SO l 'g eon"1'1.

The theme I. For sale,, wholesale and retail by Township la,6"9|Bange 2J E..tf 'I. ,1:< parts .townships, to wit: 1 tl ed business in,connection with5leBsr8jUee: & :
whig too coming ;
party, : The, racUpna iJorth.Eaif, ,and the NorthWest South of the base line,and east of the principal L Jtidsonl'and" azures ; ; 1'-
: :{ friends thai new1
'hia the "
: T. 0. HOLMES & CO ;
t conclusion, eonvinced that the quarter of the,South W cst'quarterofeO.tion I meridian. '
will Jacksonville E. F. ; 12 Slot 2i.& i The 'eastern tiers of Sectuais in concern.' shall-.hare. .the; same .pre-eminence in 4 .fll
country not endure whig principles, : 2tjTpwwhip.; Range twC township u this branch of trade, which .fo rmrl/disti'
tag formally renounced and repudiated : Ani by druggists.generally throughout the Lots.Sand, 15", 'of Section" :9l;:',Township:13 S,: two, the east'half of township three and town. guisheo the other two.,,houses lo'whieh;:telongeoV' W !11 t\
of Range 24 E. ,. ship four, (except the eastern tier.of Sections .' 'I'
; i. ,) June .
them. national United States. Sept. 9 25 1847 : M
its i : i
By refusing convention .. 1.
The West half of the South West.quarter of of range three. '110 J:

to reanmri its old! principles i .Section,10, Township 13 S,, Range 24 E.LelS ., i Township two,.(except Sections one to twelve 'r Th\"ITu ,' -' :-- )
[EN.111 nLE. ,. it .
I s.ML, .
by abandoning the great "embodiment"oflbem Home.. 'I U and 12' Section 27, Townshi p.lSiS, inclusive, and .Sections seventeen,; eighteen, '- "_" 1'',"' .'t..
\Vista. 's Balsam at .
"-" i
; and : COMPANION" '
and nominating a man, con- : Range 24E. nirt efciijJthirty thirty-one,) Section six ;? a 1 is
BOSTON, April 14, 1846. The South East and!e'renin three and fractional .
f : quarter of Section, 32, Township 'township I ;
*wlly destitute of both
,, political prin- Mr S. W. Fowle, 13 S, Range 24 E. township five, (except'Sections .three, four, five. :, of Consumption", Asthto piseases of the' 11 t
I &j! >Ies and experience. it has decreed I have been inclucd at the Lots, 14 of Sectiorf 33. and six of four *' .
De.irSir:- Suggestion S,13ind ;; ,Township 13 8. ) range ? Heart, and all Female Diseases..- 234 pages, 28" ." .

'sown' dissolution, and I left every whig of many of my frieiids.to make knownto of. Range,. 2-1 EO ". *H'r: Townships" three and four, and fractional I engravrngs.v. v.Paper -5&ctij bound; 75_:ccntai. : .
Lo The West'half of Section:3 V Twhip13S : townsbp five of five.Township Mail :' *'l* : ;
. frcetjn the lanjuaje of Judge the great
public through you, ***** .A- 'f.-(, t
. of 24\E, < five4 of six.
. Sripe 'The Range. range Shoulder Braceg ,an'cl Chest ExpahdersJ' 2 t .1
out and'begin
, : anew. derived from the use of the medicine called I TERMS'ft:1,. 't.rIl .1' 1r ship nine|of range'twelve.&eru ., Mail to aypaii5tc;; T W4tage.'t. J l11 g 4r.t."SS'I'

"big,party, having become ashamed t W1STAR S BALSAM of WILD CHERRY, These 'lands'.vill be put up at the minimum. uoneeleVenj twelve, thirteen,fourteen,i ver,' S3 L' ytniu' eUerYWWlf'igerdominarSupporters \';U } fl .t

.*[U principles, and abandoned them, in the hope that others suffering from lung.., price of:: 1 25jracre, Purchasers m\\be. re. Sections twenty-three twenty-seven inclusive,: perfect" ,'. 9"to;$10 lor1:*liRupturesL t.. t

ttreiy is not in a condition to condemn complaints fiad the same relief. 'by its usethat .i quiretl tpai. n.lia1tcfsha4tbe: [( t1v.i li Aa !mtwelvembntha. : and[Sections thirty-four, thirty-five and thirtyseven Falling}t the;Bowels:.and Womb45 t1

- line. for adding to my abandonment of1thlgprz"ciplu I have may done. .,, 'A."A V*... '*. r."*,. .il'1 ."-.? / .townships. ", eight". and nineofrangitbiytevn.'t4 arid rWeakv Backhand' "Cnestf.' sent by'e presJ; J e
JOB EAnDiEi eoth,7 :r- everywhere. Tor; Braces oruper'Itiptiir ; 1 '
. abandonment of the .
an The latter part of last summer and in the ,L., .H., IJ.ltYSDiLE.Eecutrii 1 l'i'Jie traction township seven situated irtst "Supporters give height from head*,ta r. '
party. from \.r. oif the 'WiIlf.J i Dridal. of the,Suwannee river,,of range fourteen .i foot, and'cinniferenceifpersonnext- the Kqfacejjust'aboyV --:/
suffered '
fall I a severe ,
JLiPPdiate couh'I 5 J 26t l"Jl84S" '1(a"V" 1 TII& .o 1" I rXands, appropriated ,by Law for the use of r I the hfpi Jjff.Ruptu>ejme tloii ,
the whig party, because! in the side difficulty breathing, .1 j ,-tr .t '' .
pain tl schools other be .
1 aD ,N & The. FiorWa-Herald'and Ocalawhlplease ;6 s military or purposes, wiU 1 excldded'froiSfliesalesf 1"hlch'S1d ; .Agents"wanted.ro.the'il thef i i

approve its course in reference appetite, and other symptoms which indicateda I P'tib1ih'U. .'e. above till, tlfofsa1 '.' ,f :above goods.-Address. Dr. )5i.B; .'FlTCS'. 71rI. !.
the late war with \I '.ico. [ regard ''+; L *; ;' ) : I The offering of-the.above mentioned ,lands s"'l < '
rapid decline. Three of the most learned and and.sendtbeir.acconnts.to. f' Bro4wayNeIrork,,'stpa4 :: ..t. ; i
** I' < -"' '' 'i" I l'. .! will be commenced on the days appointedaridnroceed ". .- '., ,.1''''" #.
.war as just and nnavoidable D AprV11M8., r -" "
on our intelligent medical practitioners pronounced ." JOUNtDEA, ;. ..alhase.... ''rf'' _. ,..IY'J J:$ .
I : r T Fi lJf'r :" '>' 14 I' ; in the order in which they nrb Advertised .
. Pj! having been forced into it -- i
' t by ag- and stated that 'wit Ii' alt" : ". :,
PwiioM my case consumption, to me nothing FOB .SAL' onttli. oonvenicutf dispatch, until the : TikyDoHarsUewardt. TJ ,
and actual hostility, on the : but 'a change of climate could be of the DESIRAtETEACVOPLAND.: whole shall Live been offer,.and the sales WILL .BE 'GITEN; BIT THE" 1

part. Mexico.. instead of beginning least possible benefit to me,as my lungs'were in THAT the.Ea tiaia: 'f"Jhe.Hirer gt.'Johns, thus'closed., Butno.'sale ;shall ,be kept open [. .. undersigbejl 'for. the.apjMrehehlowing ;, W .,-: i r
*n longerthan: twa weeks'.and private entry:of.anjL 1 l' l' t'
and unconsti- : oI.on andsat.de1tvery! itho'thO ,
O.Stunneeess'iry, a ut : elO-.IUae' itlp.f 9HTille .
kl .
t I a very inflamed and diseased state' At, this. : ot. ,n. .. ;.tt.. ': fffl..:
' o a! ".art as charged the vote of containing.twRtvtwO122)'ncrH..Ulore"or J .1JUva. .).tC OM t.y'oIa iI e. fi'l' E l
by in that I find ,relief expiration of the two weeks. _. -; ,i-". :: ,,
t ,'bl time hopes might a,temporary bounded.as-follows; 'p' .. / sESf negroes rt' ;wjtniijald :.VenWoniaBan. -.t
. N9LYI ",
| -
? party in Congress, I regard I bottle of the Bat D.F\} t\'. r\ ,.Given.undertoy band;, t the City.pf\Yashingtioa -, / 4''U 'I <
.' tb e res&drnt for my cough, bought a Park;(pr r.. c., Oq. thfijJE&st u.. gir 'ftnd.whaCcIil--;
us acting all the while on I C this third:."day ibf?July anno Domini I diuthe
'}ubJi''unds'Q d1ot ; aboenamedTenimighUtaveJor1. :.
relief that tonth. by Ja.i WiJltiam 4sincesbWb
I th'. sara, which not only gave me.the my .
fennve L. hundred and ,
? thousand
Ii .? one eight fortyeigbtBy.tbexesidenti ;
i # and solely to preserve IaWZjU4 o .the YTe t by'the.SL JotnV beefl'1abseniC supposed;toj ib\tjC
failing strength required,- but seemed.to give .f ... "'*. 'C.. .
I i .
OUtflatflflaI 1 I love .WM -' 0" rthreand1lUk. J a1ct:frlCftn 1D.IlD. 41 1I'iI
.rights honor. ve Wl .
and :t" !. j ; g; '< JAMES K.POLK., '
fl" {
tlCOUflty more than Mexico nnd me ne'w life and energy. Vijth. pwnas.frontja ;eaiy.and.aU tl \Reees-, i i L : The-abbv fifgititelaayes'Bav''J &h8 t .4 g
I ; bottles of the medicine : .Iis :BiCrouNGr:f, 1 for near3yfour.years.- ,... J'OlUQ ;1
After taking'several sary.out;buildings, inj'gpod ofder ; l>eauti ;
1 5ie_! Cordially nnnrovinGMhft efforts of Cbmnissioner the:Griti-t ll ad..OJftd. .T4 boDTn :
of J 4i t -t- i
! appetite returned and with it my strength :fund. .. .. irealthysitu4tioi1, _n4ntintj.ttbtcity : ;! I ::. }
my j
. to conduct. the war iid TICE6TWB-JEMPTIOI CLAIM NTS. ,-.' .. -
eng H '. L., 1 e II. 'r'' ---- \ 4 l"l. m
tg' l sli and close It honorably, I cane my cold entirely left, me, jw .also the nighi. o ; 11l. f "EeeryVerspntitIed'jto:.tht right of prejemptlon f'1r, RJ4h-LA\VS N, ; 1 II
) Dot 1iut'condemn Which previous to this had been very tJi .to of the lands'within the town- FACTOESCHA r DG EJ : 1t1
,) tile factiou oppos!tip sweats !w btijcli 19 P}.' ,,....!1 any 1i- ;
, of l! drigN; which l1a--embarrassed profuse. In five week time gainedeight ''lOtep monwdt JJlf ma .<. ships and:parts townships ab veenumerat4 T?;Sarannah, UDd &. .. .
'f th* pounds'of flesh 'and have ,been abbe ever since ., F.t p ;jt!1;t.th z pJ ..rJ'owDerthfl is required; 'est bUsli the same'to the-tisfaction cesJitd:pLinters and othera and'lOitih"'p., ?'

;, md ?0ferninent. prolonged the war,' > ; .. .. pcof.., j u'.KWo-SL Y'.or.10':1' r4I'h 'of the Register and Receiver: : the.proper .toentsopcottonv-and all othuJdDcWQf 1UfI ,;. "I ;
walk of < "
t 'ocreflsed virulence.. I do not to take my. ."accustomed exercise,,a, from; 4 J'B, .: UB8":.A iJ T"tf; 4. pm 'Office, ,trnake.payment.: .therefor.1 U brodiice' ;Th 1.-riri'ragents jfof(tfltawah ."1ebrased1 ;. 1MI

t. ;'f my,vote to be'placed bythe side three to four miles a day a attgnd. ,to :imjr 1- !A ,'t' .J..{J!".nJ'',h.f l n." .If&F\MaHn.-. ..T'Q..f.'1.cL- yaon'cjjjnirftttiW. *after'seeing thIS.tDOb. and' 3IilIsy of Cass cpunty,irpntf whoaihsy f 1 1areweekTfzupplied

>V IIC9 rSK' Biddings arid otherswbose regular business. T'should1, beinost, -happy rto; J a.CKso ,,.t Qg,2G, a48. ;: 1 4tIwiuJ.nJ' before .thel.day.al'pOintedtfor;the commerice- thPIqr .fr sh' rod' .fJ
.t th t- Ai mentof the public.sale of that lands emhrncirig lad equal[tG;Notthern'15um_:' 'TbeysI .keJ( S
.tt nl o '"course in Congress and else- have you reterA.J11.onc ". 1"" .h' \i mi isrr:"or' : oUe : the tract'clauned.otherwise such.claimiwill ,ba on. ,hand-,,'constantlyosnabufgji and 1 ;.
., eJdentiies them with.tbe tories of particulars, to.me at:my ihc.of, b9se8iNo4! i IxtEEKftrate91EaIl; apply to the Mrfeiteoiui. .. .'. V..?- ** .- ". t" -' "'*- >. ,from,the Eatonton,' Cartnght- Plantersi .t : ". :
tevolutio! and the federalist, \ 305 Washington street 'i.'. tJrf -J.ndge or1\ roCIscuy T t' ,J JH BICHARJMi..YOJ1NGi"f-;. Cedar Shoal, tuanuadoneJ,' which they sell at: JO.
.tbe. ..., 1 f' .
'II with -'Very J.'I".1'. ..' "C, --\V" ..,.a\1 tt 'em..... 1 CouonoftheGrelJndOffic: '' the mariufaeturirie prices.1 .* :" .$- .::
/ Great Britain. .t t' f
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truWit .. : uly2.s4s.* ;1Oin4fi. -. 'March U""fS18..3't\1j
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! mire Lewis -Ca A as;.fl : great ; t ..u. 'IOLBROOK." e."". \..../-11 t'JJ" .J pi .31 ti1T." ff..f lt-Wil ij! "l '.-* TAdnilHfstrator Notice.-1 -, .. .. .
Ita U unless ign.J.JJUTr D iewrapper AI1zgato.Aug26,184S. : t: !'f ,fi" ; ; } SIiA_. .-
I. I ?ha *nd'pure'patr ots -Ito war be 'Jf one genuine, :: LTPEEHOS, Katufgeiainw'5ttr demands'r& ra VJ jgfc ;*; '
.. L q1 ;t$ rkPor r{ ''' U' < .x.iPA. } tj\: ;P"'CT tAi. sf o' ji
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# g J rtve'and accomplished.soldier! ,: .. ."_ Ii.Ii rAG at e. 0"S' P1a .oOI f t'fb i9 fa asieir -p "-. ,. aAhrltp- p .

.It." ??I\rnguls ed;for His xouragenndUn .j. *. sale.,,:wholesale. ',,and. et4Jj,'by; r.; :. :'':. f1, 1 IX.181art" td. PP r Y'9E" .[ ; CTiHitftStW' _pntitTed'tiTdlStributlon J ,.WillIMfis& -"dt'-Q ;4J-.'h' e '.'Sff1Clte -; J' -
i'v-'i1 &
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stands the].mostztatesmenbavjng .. .
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t- among : '. n to fort'tters 41t. .Admlnl8tratl nn'thetALd. fatiih1 $! fiif vil G'OTv.;J bai G'LycSSlf
QtQL r American : '. ae I.: 'fUAe E... .1 If i t1r.' J
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. 'tthe. bes P9. I tfhl8, :,! f; intoj&ofhjs : ; I ;Dd1));-Druggis( ;neIl j1:1hro. gho i th- ...( ''1 .J.aI JlfD1VJ ". ; JFAR UBA1'THt1NE g E1 mor" Cu..c" .D-n.. .' .:;ir'-"'. "."., mzi ,
- ; : .' :' :. { .' ".S pf2 .ti I A11infM. ". J1'6S4!.T."j"1 811' t Jut1S 1848 .,. 1'Y.t '' '; ; .P"J. t F "'918.' 'UIIJ't'.J4IJ. -
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)i Groceriesjwsi i BrjGopds, r L ketMRW ftdsflRGR114 & I

I JHardwar Bbropki r&c., viz ; : jh.1NsTRIeT1oN OF lmig.ftuia1ewho1rasoii

'. :. ;.- 4' : Ati Superfine Flour.inbblsand', '} bblsf .;I : @| HF ; tQsunN''bfdt69g'

ir BY TIIEdPnESIDEIVT- OF- THE Pi adSngadB tt *tM2ke yP *i\ ; g

I :: Hams, Bacon, Pork,1 F,51 Beef,1ieTdedATongues; aotel$ ii, "

i ? In'pursuance of >law-Ij JAMES: K. MaCkerelTtCodfish'/SaltjRJce; rtriff<, nT irn1guk .

POI%President of the United plates Qosiren.TButter* IhPoti s S ;tJLSpthOilCaidl l" d8' :; 1thc; rty, tuiI; .-

t : of America, do hereby declare and make ; f i g J onaumptiOflCafl becuretl -,--1 I

knownothat public; sales .wills be held Green and Black Tea, Rio arid Java'Cqffeej;; enMuscovado '?... be ess valuable Jot

f4 jr: : at the.undermentioned'Land.Offices in Sugar, N 0 Molasaesjtr* nV., !*! 1 Books, : bOTds, ougb arrhstbftut 'spIt4t9.3 n&1t It id 1aThi I
Stuart's Refined Loaf Crushed and PulverisedSugar I iOiiw1fl ttgofblocrexuiarn iejehestt'J.vn:: bnlCkeiikt1e
the**STATE FwitfoAj ;at the ,
AT periods "" ?' flush'
I hectic nigbtsweats'diflitT'inThde I
; V'fBrandy. --, r.t0 iL*
t hereinaf ter,designated,, jlo .wit : .RumtQih'rWhislcey: AlcohoT TarptnX 'pusu4 in : : t : a A tIl th ais asit9 I,
: At tie'land office at Newnansville, commencing. tine ii'C; ; ALondon' *. t torationunapaitt tt&e4 'hore hystb'ent1 -;- 7.v1Ittbraes ..
1i-J on Monday the ninth of October next, for Torter.J'ort,Madeira, and'Champagnd & & 1W OIt11 /t t ?;fi'ia1th4il I
the disposal oTthe public lands situated within '" '' n'ktL h.41 IIC
Wine; ? :;* i J: ** ** diapfle ; jyanai
the undermentioned townships and parts of Cordials, Confectionary *Preserves,"'&c. if'* : : :) ; ii; .l44 i lo .

ei.r townships: A( Complete Assortment of Dry Goods' I
;; : South of tho baseline. and cast of the principal "JfWJruajra .
Calicos Ginghams MusHns 'Bonnet and Taffeta for' femalc weanes and
-v *lf A. -- 'seee
? '.i meridian.i Ribbons J s cc'u; ,
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,. I7 The fraction of township seven, situated east Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and unbleacb/d; -iif j : n this; ,itcleansds and etk ngtlienS th -
); of the Suwannee river, (except Sections one eleven. JCambrics. anidi to hcal IIAC
Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and;Long Eawnj3 In appears }he"ulqerptonthe| 5j
.and, twelve.) and the fraction of township Jaconet. Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; be proper to ,-andthe, patiei4sgraduallregaintheix,

;4'1 tenjeistof; said river, (except Sections sir, sevr Hosiery,*Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; ?i ., ,
: :i;; en, eighteen, nineteen, twenty Und thirty-one,) Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg;" ,Surgical sbA E QF*CONSUMPTION:*: with a terrible rn
r. ; of range fourteen. Wine white and brown Linen Drill*for 'pants, will hareI the hrssai&ly'a tfJ d.'a fti,i but there' *are r-t !

Fractional township thirty-sir, of range sev &c&c.&c., (4 diseases.* of cases of C zthuwpti n' reported troubled ritb,shortness of bretfhidd S'b-
.*-; ; d enteen. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham; and Cotton, in steel 4 L' 1\w the nsa oWifownezi1's Sars pUin/ Lai
4j' Townships twenty-three twenty-four,and and whale bone frames *'"' 'tregsin.jyta ,.
p. ; fulldwinc was recentlylreceived:. i fr.noi..i. t.
.. iiP&iet4: fractional townships thirty-one thirty-sir thirtyseven Hardware |* Crrf ry-Knivesf Scissor Razors; ,; ,.,. or.iJV7 -- *$& '' fP1" the laSt leave ,her* bed.4- The rupture
1 ,'thirty-eight and thirty-nine, of range Nails, Hinges, Suits, Knives and Forks, Spoons, 9Iu ; years "1 haVe* beWftfBict'ediwith'gcneral' t and severe: istf Me*i
eighteen. Tea Trays; B Benjamin dsnervouVconsumpti6ri<'ofUhelass6 BUch7crtse8iwith-lmt
';i Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; J ;and did not expect to ever gain my.Iiealth had .tdkm but three bottles
: fractional township thirty-one, townships thirtysiXj Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles Thon $'Ta all,- jAfter goipg4hrpugh .a eoieoniedi.* mltciiof ; Itcc
thirty-seven and fractional '
; thirty-eight
: &c., &c.; Sawyer,and under.4 ? care, ,jgoroe.of.the roost 1istin- theheat ,and th xupture Ls
township thirty-nine, of range nineteen. A few Rifles-.low priced-Powder Flasks regular physicians and members'of thei tirely i J
; -a Townships twenty-three, (except the western A Good Assortment Crockery and. Tin Ware. JT 'disappeared ; -
of Heaiili
I. Taylor in eivY r1c and ''elsewhere* She has-also'hfid: the
:; tier ot&aions,) thirty-one thirty-two, thirty- Women's and Children's 4 T ;'land
Boots& Shoes-Men's, bill filed in ; "spending ithci most iof.my-earnings inat much'.swolleni v.We hadJKaidfathatglniSi

:.!; ii' of six, thirty-seven., thirty-eight and thirty-nine. Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A State of :to regain; iny,health,,and after read be E9 bew8tcd.i 4a.slehadsucbi i !
j. range thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery. Medicines lor resides in in some,papersof.vour.Sarsaparilla Lyesp] ; of.d j5CJv8s. it has.UStTD5.cotpli&cflJJUt S ]
r, of &c. Saei'e totry it.r After using six bottles I found it pear reliev jzer ofihe dropsy-i
range twenty-one. -Jacksonville,April 15, 1848. ly- : It is and'called !< ., ,* ?'
? me'grea Vgo6d sec ypii at thati8-BtaVcm'eht IsT 7 stnhnostjike i Lra; { [
c : e : Townships thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two,
and-answer ur office f with your advice'Lkepfcon'/tind do fiction' but hi.
: thirty-three and thirty-four, range twenty- ne
rt.-I, .i.?;. : two. WAREHOUSE OF taken pro heartily thank you foryour atlvice.i I jjcr. rea11t74 Yuarsajilla' is cerfnj ,

:!.k!; At the land office at St. Augustine, commencing FRINTSONLY.No. ,in taking the Sargajarilla,and havejbecn uable sboJ:)
der be to attend hiy""usual.labors forthe las'{ oneth2l37uffer by
'on Monday the sixteenth day of October o hi'vei ,,.
,, next, for.the disposal of the public lands within the' r ninths n1;J'.hoie by the'blessingsipf God; rfl4 S
: nndennentioned townships and parts oi 56 Cedar Street, New York.; for nine* o Sareaparilla continue my health.;: call aXoflnid t.mybousendYoursrespect1uliy,1

townships, yiz: Taylor, nnd helped.m '.byond the expectations of aI1-that -

.Y : M South of the base line and cast of tho principal LII iii c reference. to' my case. CHARLES QULMBY. L' ti tin
i i ; ; 'meridian. (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) : Orange Essex,Co.N,J., Aug. .1847.. 4' ....__::. -'- ': .

4.j;.;: Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty, Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREhOUSE State ojNew Jersey.Eszez, County, ss.-Chas,. ; c.
And fractional of STREET the THOS. K ] being duly, sworn according to.Jaw, on fortoeilidinift fctsVvff
township twenty-one, rang No. 56 CEDAR ,- WHOWB ,
.. v twenty-eight, of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale Key.West, oath saith, that the foregoing,statement;is c1'whichq nearly'anibJes 4h tiri
: Fractional township nineteen and township of the Single Article of ; : ,accordingto. the best pf Ms knowledge and* E "

twenty, of range nine. EASTEEX ; ,W *, :. -. CHAS. Cm lBV, ,, the orpins ofdigeshon 5'sMbIsjffpthitMBt f 1t
-e. Township twenty-four, and fractional township PRINTED CALICOES., ,- { Sworn and subscribed' to before me at.Orange, Sristparmd! -lv ures 0."I

twenty-five, of range thirty. Their present Stock .consists of nearly The 2d August,. 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, djspepHjijilicmrcvi'rscvfre.cr.rlironifc ttjn
,;,' ..3 Townships twenty-two and twenty-four, and One Tfioeisnud Packages, surance &' ,Justice of the/ Peace*. / 4 DKiE4atMENTj4LiurvEJarl bl845.ibavebeezg u

'.;: i :' fractional township twenty-five, (except Sections Embracing some THOUSANDS of different ny to use ty"rt ?Pw s Pr-5ir- ;
d .. ;:i twelve,,thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five) patterns and colorings, and comprising every Reed, TWO CHILDREN SAVRD. fcrs'cverat' :yc1s with dis ia fnlifS
..4, of range thirty-one. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and ; ; Very few families indeed-iii fuel; we .have fofhP.ntfcK; lcd'with'vonnicM- of'stbrniSoi'Sjpctte7extreine IC"I

I. ; ): : Townships twenty-one, twenty-two, twentyj DOMESTIC. 'heard of one. rthut useil Dr. Tow eiul's. | bnrnsI.Lj

..- r.;: three and twenty-four, and fractional township All of which are offered for sale, for cash. or hating in time lost any duiIdrnthe. past- ftv iionto alLJiinds) .off(cd,3tb fot ,Miytat
: twenty-five, of range thirty-two. satisfactory credit, at the LOWEST PRICES, P faction ,-while those that did'iiot-siekened] ami. ( I coulVaL) I4haye bet-qnBable j

.. Township nineteen, Sections one, two, three, by the Defendant The certificate we pribiish below is con- but a enittll portion Gn'stGIic1g 'tried tit
.- --.' .4 Sections ten to fifteen exclusive, Sections twatoy- PIECE OR PACKAGE. in the above of its value; a d .is only,anoth usual rem die. but ulcy'Lad'.butfltt1e1 '' |
.: one to twenty-seven inclusive, and Sections thir New Styles are received almost every day, State of instance oitsving the lives oT children:* '- effect i rinOTing the ccnjplamf. lVnHii ;- j

: ty-one, thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six in and many of them are got up for our own sales, and in Cubal; < TowKstxv-Dear Sir: 'I hnd two chil ed-Rboutit months since,to try jour Jj&f*&
.4. '.o .J: fractional township twenty; township twenty- and not to be found elsewhere beyond th J'i cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of araipariJla,jiijjd}ttust j iUj IJttleaB*

:o4. ::.: one, townehip twenty-two (except Sections one, fjp Printed list of prices, corrected from On niotiO of and. dysentery one was' only. .l. fidenee,; but, after,n ngWatly flit? MttG2; 0
4', : twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five,) day to day, with every variation in the market, said old and the other 3 jears. They were'rfound tny,8pite restprwT and lie aeart&r
4. ',. nnd townships twenty-five and twenty-six, of are placed in the hands of buyers It is castjkt'f much'rcducedandjvc expected they would' entirely 'removed fahd-Twoiiia 1V

.t. ; range thirty-three. Merchants will be able to form some idea of jaud and :- theywere* given up by two respectable commend:.tlie n nf it fn iia-hn :1., 01

'; .-:; Sections three, foar, five, Sections nine to.fif- the extent and variety of our assortment,when swer said i .YYbeuihe'uoctor informed us that afilicteUas thaytf.beeniujYourSj, ; c,t ..4' IN. tl

I. teen inclusive, Sections twenty-two to twenty- we state, that the value of our usual stock of or the same must lose.thcnv'vyc; resolyol, to try your ..-' .- ; w.l.w, NAN'ZAXi :
:; seven,inclusive, and Sections thirty-four,thirty- this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of him.. : wc.,haa heard so much of, but had B. Purchase none but such as have imvpws5fiat1
., e : fije ind thirty-six in township twenty-two, and the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by It further 'confidence, there b'eing so much stuff ad Eule'the-bottle -coroplefrfj: and t&

; ,i.i' township twenty-three, (except Sections one toM our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, ..together duly certified, dtht'i worthless; but we are -very the written.sjgnfttnr S.'PJ-TOWIiSEND i c
.' sfx'inclusive.' ) of range thirty-four. with the fact that our means* and our lishediin thatwedidjfor; undoubtedly saved Jrineipuiffite-L2 Fulton-stSun BojWjj ,
4. : : ;,Fractional township twenty-two, the four attention, instead of being divided among a vast Eastern .lives of both. I write this that,others may : Rcd4ng coStafe-t Uotn IJit

.;. : ,, eastern, tiers of Sections in township twenty- variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE. cutively for ; induced- -.. .*to" use" ""it. Ypurs respectfully, "& sohsj? ; l. 2 ofth1 S/ccond-M. rhilaaelplULJ J
: ; five,and Secctions one to four inclusive, Sections will render the advantages which we can-offer [Signed] ? ; ? JOHN1 wlLsONrJr. < .-. TfnVto3 (IraggTsti Bahimoref'DVnoV'i'w:

ttr .nine to fifteen inclusive, and Sections twenty- to dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be I,,PETER nueBrooklyn, SepLl5 1847. .RiclimPnd;'P. M.,CohenjCbarieston ftftifr
v, : ;-: .4 two .to twenty-seven inclusive, in township our care that none who visit our establishment doti hereby .LiJN4TJa.-AYSLU3I. & Co. 151' Uhartres..st. ew Orleans JEW

::, twenty-six, of range thirty-five. shall meet with any disappointment. of an Order, X'uminings, Esq.one cot the Assistants,, Pcarl-t..Albanyj R. AJan Buctirk. 202 -,eprirf
Fractional townships nineteen and twenty, Our assortment is complete at all seasons of in ,the above ; Lunatic<\yslum.Blackjrcll's Island,is the Mnrkct.nnd JBroad-stsNewark', lSi-Jt a4Jf' I.C

".. :. : :.,: of range thirty-six. the year. LEE, JUDSON &. LEE.P. day of,; Irian spoken of in the,fbl1inietter; principal -Drnggisty andeMerchsnta g'ese
At the land office at Tallahassee, commencing S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of ; iHEuMI1T7r; e throughout the United $teaWest Iadieis4

1 on Monday the twenty-third day of Qctober Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original -; is only one of iriore'thari four.thousand th Canadas.1 .'A..,M. REEJackBonvi
next, for the disposal ef the public lands s'ftua- firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con > Jan., f-rheumatism that'Dr. Townsend's Sar- }'lori4*

t '.: ; ted within of the undermentioned townships and nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed lias cured-The jnost-ieYcre and TcbiiaVy26lS4S.C a : .11 '
parts townships to wit
business in connection with Messrs.Lee &
: cases are weekly e4iedb' its ex
South the base line and eaofthe AI
:. VL" principal Judson, and assures his friends that the new virtues : J "l! i -: : EORWAD&ALPR1CH.ATTORYS
;;: ; : meridian. shall have the THE -
concern same pre-eminence in ; 14 1847. .
:. t.' -The two eastern tiers of Sections in township 4'%% BtACKVfELLsIsiAKlr AjD ..COUNSELLORS.o A'
; ;r two, the east half of township three and township this branch of trade, which formerly distinguishcd pied by J;. : TOWNSESP-Dear Sir: I have suffered .) practice the cv.eijal Courts of in,
j 4n: : four, (except the eastern tier of Sections) the other two houses to which he be E: F., 'will be for- ninety ears.with thericuniaUsni| ; and EquifyVm tfie Eastern'Circuit of Flbilfc:
25 s
longed. 1847.
i 4 -.,',, of range three. ly and eUer of the time T could not xtjT'steep Wii : '
: ; and ; I had the most.distressing pa'ihSj aiid' LwiAithutu: Newnaville hJ
Township two, (except Section!ono to twelve INVALUABLE hbphy linibs J. .
were terribly swpllpri. 'I'h'ftve'uged : --
'p :v inclusive, and Sections seventeen, eighteen, comfortable -
tip, nineteen, thirty and thirty-onei) Sections six FAMILY COMPANION.iIX / I. ?
;4 ? LIr?: find ee en, in township three, and fractional! Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure than one-thoiasantl JoTlftrl worth _
: i township live Sections three four 'five good-Ifahv''so. mnch*better. Indeed I am
; (except .O of Consumption; Asthma, Diseases of the. -
relieved. You to usei 3 I
.i are at/liberty '
and six of four. '
.. It',._ Townships,) range three and four and fractionaltownshp'fivebf Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 for,the/benefit,pf the jilfticted.._<-js$ ,, ,ft Attend' to any.buiM&j
1 engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents. JAMES CUMM1NGS. :haujs in any of the tourtalu the aI.ter*
range five. Mail to any part-postage 9cts. i ctiieo t FloridaV 4tJf W ?W
: ; fr, Township five, of range sir.ITowjiship Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. d.TjJ their !: -. 1' COULI' IOT. W.4LE.. 1--r.1 .- .!i -.- L -J -
'f! ; nine, of range twelve. Dr.Tovnsend -aisaparflYa isthe ye- Ii
Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling building 1'E
;. ';a Sfcfuwionejelqven; ,twelve, thirteen,fourteen, Tubes, Silver, S3, by maiL/letter postage.Ab- known .as bestremcdy'IfOr i'eirfalc complaints ithere is'
: ::4 &i 'twenty-three to ( -: 91ET.4 LAW. ii
twenty-seven inclusive, dominal Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all heiid *.' disputing$ x tiionsand1fanddebi1itgttI
and tioziithirty-four1 thirty-five and thirtyseve'nl'&nd Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb frbm'New: ; frnilpbat4wc i
- townships eight and nine, of bytIiose tilseaSea tovhichfeiiii1es'are 4
rang and Weak Back and Chest sent by Gr eres7 .
; express I* f"*%* V* ff ftv **- ->* --
IIc thirteen. everywhere. For Braces or Supporters,*or which they. t 'wereiOii- ia the enjoyment? of-robust ft _:_ .11j _
The fraction of township situated rLj *ly '* -
: seven, west : -ii 1.
Supporters ,
Rupture give height from head to
prices... '
w .. river ,
of the Suwannee of
range fourteen. foot, and circumference of person next the surface They"are xrrt ;3 s / nitj.NewisYtiKK Sept3iM7! ;' -
LF r lands"appropriated by law for the use of ,just above the hips. If Rupture mention Ehies; i. -*_ TowsED-Vcqr Sz:1y'iitehaa for., t.ATTORNEY AND

__ __ 41 1 J%,' ':_. ; s clodedtrom h .military-or the sales.other purpose wifl bo ex; which.side. Agents wanted for the sale, of the iigJ jdai- M11t,.alid in i'rat1tacr ii -4nd Commissioner of Deeds of ttSffl S1atsPfC

r above goods. Address Dr.- S. S.rTITCH '707 on w> |
71 Tho offering of the above mentioned lands uch"'as'feitifties nti2TUtZ 'J1iO -Td
?i : Broadway, New York, post paid. >. and' ; of cbrnpLilnts are liable
will be .
commenced the
on days appointed and bad at shewas entire-
April 1, 1848. ly Tiey. havp got.q lengthjthat ,
proceed in the order in which advertised -
they-are ] fot wal and.was.ash elplcss as n child;
with, all convenient dispatch, until the Fifty Dollars Reward,. the'attenti commenced- tis5ngJHyour Sarsiiparillai- and- -

whole shall have been offered, and the safes WILL BE GIVEN BY THE' bjegan'to r gain1herIttength, ilrZctice in the everI Courts. of thiau#.

thusjelosed.., But no sale shall be kept open undersigned for the npprehehsion --. mpI irts'[ left'heiy iind after taking seve-i ._ j- *
I P longerthantwo weeks and '
-- ; no private of ftfrn
J ,: jb anoP.thelandswill be and safe' delivery,into the i Jjpttlesshe-riSirestored.vtBcjng| 'singular.
h;? .: the of the until after Duval County 'Jailof, the'fate' : 59 Gbldj |h6ught.it mightjjo gopd to publish it.-.-,
( expiration two weeks. ir '
used 6fremedie3 thatf'dbnelier :
lowing to wit -Venis ; ,
Uk ".GivenTunderfiny hand negroes, : a; woman, Hannibaldy -
at the
City ofWashingtioa si gooU preVidu sly l' 5 oufsV rcspcctfullyj :*a i
. ; ;! thi .thkd day of July Domini boy Gfiorgiana, a girl rind what chil ; rQNYrt4
oheihonsand eight h'undred and,forty-eight.anno L dren the above named Venis might have borhed cd t d : t ''lo JOHN(MULLEN, 87,NorfoUfrfit.i i

? 'i t? BjUheTfesident: since she has been absent"supposedto-bo two rr4 TIf "M Uwii. .-
or three and Ellick o1dtAfricanTmaThe TO THE LtDIES.GflE4TPEMALE .
an .. ;4A'
4 above thtm'will: ? MEDICINE
fugitive have been absent
_ HICEAIID M. YOUNG, for four kI .TOWNSEND'S SitsAAu..visnsov care. ,*Wniee itfiTWfflP**
JOHN ill ii .
Commissioner of the General nearly years. M. PONS: TT>>> in j' ytgM -*--f>rf? *:y **
Office. Jacksonville, March 25th.. 1848. 6m' "speedy cure f o Incipient cdnsurRpt 'b1gva
- ( NOTICE PRE-EMPTION tho- ffenemljfnrostration.of- thesvstem, ..
S fsoii ;entitledtoj'the : CrJAItKJ& whether the'. result of inherent, causel c8aIUslid
HSEeyery.p of
preemption I d l 4
? to anyof the lands within the townships FACTORS AND .GENEgALj CoMMissjoj Mz.CUAN1'S h1.it1 i .is !; fd4l c t-L-- & s* wiT1. atnd Io an Iusiness etriige4ita4iat.uI

apartiofto-nshipsnbivoenuierathd: ,!Savannah, Georgia,tendertheirt services 4)
j isjrfquiredto'establish; the same to the*satisfac >.to planters and others, and solicit consign e ivi ;kns Nothbdt1jlS4'i8i'

; -t : tioaoftheji.egister and Receiver of the proper ment.sou.cbttonnd all other kind*of country ,_ cff. &CtS_ oil'frhiantie.. -,1Py.. .. -- : -_ i_
ou'iMt ijlaw and lassitud ,rfrom ;aiing i i ;
InaQrnceo.ndcmake therefor produce. They forY ; !
: payment' as .are agent& ;the.celebrated irlb %' : b c1 1IO itiMbf tM1.o
4 sooi asprfftticaJZcfafter.seeing this 'notice,1 and Etowah Mills, of.Cas ounty/frpm'jwhom,they; 4b '
,,before,the day jappbinted for the commence are weekly supplied with,Flour,' fresh..ground,. '
: nientbf the .publicsaid of thei.laiids embracing and equaiito iJXorthjernJ3our oThey>aJBO keep print was ame whjcb

the.tracticUumed: ,otherwise such claim'will be on> handf:'constantlyji ibsnftburgs.and/yarns; : .VirwuyTrnq&i YLOR, ,. rw vwsm 4LMarch41i$4ib8
f feitid.i the Eatonton dJ.tiThI sKWliK iKC
: -t -- i t from Cartright" P1ant jrj4 JoeMbitbertincittreffperformed
-frifesri; ; ?. .RICHARD YOUNG, Cedar Shdalriuanufactorie3which they sell at !ty k1c.f; PtSM irttffia WHjaSRI
:/t ; \Commissioner If ihe,General-Land Office.. the mariufacturitfg prices M r> ,-but.wejban. assurethnfIljte4.tl
**'-T"t .ij iojo vintno' *. j&Rt Mijgr hundreds!of case liavV enr ppfted td'nsC, '
March m.dx
: r r ILrlSJS. x .a 3m I/L- !
: T J.-r- JJL ? .. .. ?% '* gaUy.di
= ; f n f I i t *ff f \P
-;- A 1i1s1 tdrS Notice. -4 'J|*, 3rcefttL_ byg IL KeU b.nd tre1e aby.weakne .ind* general debility, and
; .. fe WM/cS. LAWTON U > kl 4Elmbre for ie by_ t-' w higlBfnlUiuai iy iii Ba-Withs< her t-d r1vcTi.t

., I Etq1oU1rs.ppMa J idifficultiesv and havingknown cases wbi'oui4ina
Plerning, a (
4i3ij 1r cUtois7pi'entit161 to dtributio Ji' J1 I)) ,
intl 4lo
ir4 b ) c c : f.t'L' ? earineit recommen u( r sicli ___
jn1Icrth ii inithin4twdyearsor they wflj3i ( ;siI yZVgkT *! _
; Esq pa jacks& d scrib dIObWned kottle ot onrtiactzyci M _'
4S -
bhred la{,',.rersons indetedtojaidet, vi1leE. F.GoY.C/J; cDona'1?; aaJc ; i'Lt1iiiigu: -

Furp, -fl49t _
k c& Chaiesfon, B. C. .-- :' Ian ;-and rcstoutl iier toea1tb. ""
1845. 8t
; Ju1y February! 19, 1848 ly .. ate1tVfort. benets sbe f kt


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