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 30, 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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aPAvemeMentl not TI t non tlaveTboidingfStatcB ihputd' evil from the territories belonging li..whi4J11'hO'.4. ; S'Iit.

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. Ddida\e' ror ofhroe.'C State) use hit4 i. (ktboezteasi&or from Indi na'te hi'WhigcontitvtnU: ,. QIo.W.tybats4niy opinionjn9 '.- -.l, o doiiyeMng to'rit&Jnis i. 4 ;fl
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.to Debtors and Creditor, t : 10 00 slavery to territory where it does'not' doted Jufle3OI1$48.! '' 1 ('ti4l :, j 1 ;,, !fliOOtteF ,, P tfl /. OWU l!( 'Ida.
: i.tc.; rorl euenofAdmioittration S 00 exist 1 On -'Againpitii4 Gen)Tay lor i*'in ihltea .O IH!!J I''flJ4A; ;. 4 f 'tt
DUI .J.rr1ieatioG now this point; I.ht'.is oItkeUnson_ .that i#Ge! TGtll *<**** **** ,
UIfZa r.ARftliplll OUCM will be ioMitedpetvmtl gaia. General T ylor't'P wer 1 No'morci::1 i favor of.introducing slarery into newlyacquired.territory l -j iii c 1 a J4'4iy- {; letter''The-t'onowing.-ia: extract'from A :1' .:

'.Alhdmiaubt communication will answer; than yours,.unless hethoold ;*K In.April,.'1846, the 1pbt2sAd leUe3. g nt4ezarcjpe Union to the editor of the. Washfngtoii i y i iTERJJITORJBS ; J,
otrewmanu. editor.of, the;Cincinnati I writtenbyaSenator:3aldwin'of .
' eha, exert through his vet Will he do Signal sent;,to tt; ttJelo.t2QjM U
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be .:. he.
. W1 for Job Printing mart paid on the .u.cw.; 1 I. Connecticut : t
,I :.All this He has said General TayJor..aneditorial article,iin. "Ia' < .1. .o tr :, t t'f :" '
f f die work.eoramnnietixms. in his .letterhto !R .yotenorwouJd He UJ\VtsJi1fiaot T n f )" : (,
4.Ii'a.'Au, 1 matt be addressed; to Cantain Allison. : 'The neraonal onin which is:the following- ; *&-,.-*-*- --,-,-"_we... ....... net.the' .vote of a Free StntAV,..*W,.,.....:.1.., ; .I to bd nd ntood-T l'r, :1f J 1,
C. GlLLtTT. pottayt paid. --r-- --;' -;- :----; r------- -rn- -,'.-" -';-, -.: ...., --S.. EIcTxRTATN-K DOUBT THAr GBN.. -TAY.' .
1IGIII1'S ions of the individual.who fmay'b8ppento H1"he American people-re,about to IUcouldhelp-it.. .;i
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Militia Claimants' the Kxecutlve chair neeD me,,.the reaponuibil ity;Tbf framing t c v.Uso Hi gnTwou1d like': ,1 ( BEWR f'TSl6jf Bl WHICH MAT ; :
; lJ ntl occupy ;jought -z f! .to PAUUlBY.CO''iWSsniJ\LYtNioM.. .._ __ __.- Ifb.t.
i'to rt1 noiHComniissioned officers.tad privates not to control the action. of ..Congressupon the i initutjon&ofthePac c Stales.We .. tnlorm feffie'Senator t ro i Wfr as P -----:--- (.a 'ro'
- ] >ia.&ptins Bush, Pricey and Suarez' com- questions oft domestic policy,:nor :havo):no.feats.for.thejsV: uc,sif. he he;has referred \Gen ';Cass'a, poiiUon PHOVIBO OFJHK .STAT 3 THE 4 :
tLflgrid.l.Mounted Militiafor service in the r- t 'i4 orxraE.OBDINANCK,OF.1787 '0: '
and thJ
he"ts '
ought his objections to interposed! arena of:debate ;i.the Assefnfelieirpfjihepeople abou.t tO l hi rt t
i83s-g'who haTe not yet signed the neces- t rr'i n',8. 'Op .ra a 1' N-
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" ;relating to their claimsin the hands where questionsof"constitutional power _and their'representative \ .t .. { "Oli) It.: .!

:.Of rt\iu4 iiper rsigDedare requested to dp so without bave been settled'bytlwX 'f0 ('! J; .f he.extensJQRiOver.i, .c nipntbe Taylor's' .i ; $ :(JJ t tijf. : d; .5T The'"tt n ew\ \Yori:i "t"HH'Trlbon jt thuB'r;' ) : tij 1]'

?.,. Tt Per8lto be signed are" left with partments of at the Post Office, or may be eignedayoct I' .. dtueracp. 4 ,
OIL Pons in' by the'people. 'I 1787, is aapbject.t<)o high p'ermanent b5., MesaaM, to..con&resl .: :! I.iI
YALE 'i .1a.It} pora".t'. $
' to the ,baffled by.Presidentialvetoes. .1 .'.wir. Corwin.--t flaT t. : 4.
Agent Duval companies.lcbOAriUe "If slavery is extended anywhere.in I : 5 'I That man Sduth rriTIor ii ri" \ I
MArch 4, 1848. tf done ; ;; &rr. Hanheganr runderstood the Ut
territories, it must be ,by: act,of, '9 would prefer Butler to Fillmote we have
3OB 1 -- NOTICE. Congress Is it not a question of' 'do ; U-'\Ve have.no.(earsfor.thejssue-: SenatOI'TrOLSi Ohio:to'sayj'ihat if Gen.; conclusive tesiimoh ;bur-forwhat'bbi :l; li p

UP YOUR "CLOCK" NOTES to my mestic policy Clearly! it"'is. Has it- the arena of the debate is the assemblies Taylorxwbuld!! 'Mntefpose Jav'vVto tipi' ject ihe ;Ncw Orleans J :Bee)J eep jrthe

J>- : PIT GREGORY YALE at Jacksonville, not been' settled that;.Cpngressr has.the of,the.people and their representative the's bjectI hV would* hot'vote:for him foJIowirigitahUin 1 in itVcoTumnVfwe Q jJ
re'if will be instituted immediately. I under *" -' l;
Plaits Constitutional slavery hnlls. The extension, anycircumstances.IM *
: HORACE JIOLCOMB power to. prohibit I over, cannot Imagine. .ioAbolationism of
er &tg.19lS4S. 4t ? The Missouri compromise i ,. and ent beyond;the'Rio.Grande of.the ordinance Mr.' t rwin--'l 'would"1'not, nor. Cassias! ..never-been discovered.atthe i i1f.l1

II. I various other similar exertions of the, of 1787.is an.object.too high,and ;wotlld'any man'J my State'unless,'in North ; \. *:7. -;; IP i

l3 : WEEKS after NOTICE.date I shall apply to the power Congress, recognized'by every permanent to be, aflttctby( Presiden' :deed, t found him opposedJto just such .' "4eep it&foTMhtjPeopltr-, \ ';; :il if(

)1 :. SIX Honorable the Judge of Probates of Columbia department of the Government. ,answers tialvetoes. .All.:that.we' ask otthe.in.cuinbent anothcinan-'whQbad'a'great.many1, bad man can'yofe.fortWm..' .O. JBriileiTSc!, :,

J. County for Letters of Administrationen this question in the ffi runtiY.f., of the.:highest Q Sce.uiTdei rl th'e. qualities beside:i [Alaugh*]" < EutSir., Vice President without yotinigYorLew] P 1 !t
the estate of Joseph S. Gill deceased, late of i Constitution is hold i ) ikave'to18ay that I do'not believe that Cass the \
And all know that this has been been I l !, to Jushandto; t,. IJprtnefntrion?*,/, for the t.
ui&county. DANIEL 12 1848. H. CHAVERS.r Ow 'acquiesced in by the people.! !I bow t9 the will, of the people prom.ldg General";Tdylor' could get the electoral higher office bf.president. ?* ; "v. tti

fIr -A1li & August "Thus, then it is.clear, that the people -I 4'1 in legislative forms,,and :restrain: voteidfa Free State 'in tfmericaj if it -_ _y w ,p'i J;'P''i PsMtt- ,-*: ..!h... 4'..

Administrator's Notice. if they wish to restrictslavery 'to the, executive, action in Jt i Inappropriate. .were :.not for the belief :that prevails, emI.9c. !'k'T..1i.8.1'IJ.'--S t ;,I.t"' a-Packe'Li.-., .- itt )t:

ct filE Subscriber, having qualified Administrator its present limits, have only-to elect channels. .- that upon: this subject, 1Ior I on the Estate of the late RobertG.UTingst.ofl the and heir j. upon .any'other 'of a like character, he i 'Tv32flLSAVA'NNAI < 1 .'.
} Notice is hereby given, to all proper men to Congress, ( "To this article; setting jorth, ti'edi., would 1 J:
Creditors and Distributeeswd will be a law uncontrolled by that so tor of the Signal's-views ( not interpose ni'1Jtto.J"'lftlte (ron. 't"1'
If ( Legatees, I 'n iol1Tay ,
persons of the V. States.will that.there & PAliATKA FLA. 1 i
gress shall i ; '
others.) linving dcnuunls against 8:1i.1es.- much abused veto powert--Letter lon, on the 18th.of May, 1847 U .
i Ute tn present them. properly :Thomas Corwin, Senator from Ohio, to .in his usual frank and concise responded be freedom from slavery forever, and any n.tH' T mE wAyo; r ;am ;:. ..
.. ... _. man DARIEN
; :
'd iltliin the time prescribed by anthl'nticntl'I1.I J. M. Clements. ; man sittingm.the(White.House-idare: interpose l\fARYS"Oto.j f 1
ner, .with theJoIlowug c1osingrernark.i JACKSONVILLE fBiACK.CKEEK,
It icribcr. if by mail), post paid or : .hispuny.arm it I will )
" li plead! iu iMrof-.Vur! rccoT''r)'. I "In this great emergency, 1 have "Itrust.you. wjll l pardon,;me.forfth'js. 'fy.willjbe taken against not PICOLATA,5FLoaz,4..*. iIai ; !.
ja JAMES A. PKIJEX, AJm'r. felt strongly opposed to the election briefly replying,you, which 1,do_with say through Jhe forms of Connectionwiththo; Charleston ..DaiI1. t J 4'
!Jt'ofn1nSfm July 15., 184S. 8wi of a President with Southern principle a. high opinion and 'DECIDED APPROVAL impeachment-there might be a more ,um-, Jlail Steam-packets at SavannaBr the teamer ;4). oJ .
-- --- AHr'SPALDIKO. 5from .PaktWtd Lak 1
'a J---- : marijvzethodfoundotstof disposing of ,
As much as more.than ever .am'I OF 'THE SENTOIEfrTS
-,1nJiuili.r:1ol"s NOI {'c. Monro jtheljSMajl from
::1 : him. [Debatesin-.United StatesSenate. Stages? Pieolaiitd: ;I'
PKHSOKS: ikiercsteil in the Estate ofA. to and extension slave ANti Y'IEWS'EMBUACED IN St.
0 LL opposed war :- the Inic Joshua Miller, are hereby noti- ry. 1 abhor the. doctrine of availability YOUR EDITORIALXJ 'following an Springs and Col :; .t.

:t Jri That on the 1st day of January, 1849, Ijbll ; but. in this fearful crisis I must '"The .i intelligent"'render' will'remem. ofdttbay violent'J 'Afiolitipntift, umbus, toTalhIuusee."p.. J _c]
present iny accounts :iii l vouchers, as Ad- Thaddeus. Stevens, at a Taylor.meetmg OCAMULGEE ""* ,* .' i Ci&r .J.t
"l-I miiuiiralor. to the lion. Judge of Probates in vote for Taylor; and I vote for him, not her, that the. ordinanceof' i ; i787'referredto in ; Capt !
a ind for Alachu County, for n fin.il settlement because he is a warrior, but: because. is that;by which i siaverVyaVforever Doylestown. : 5T.MATTHEWSu"'P.McNEIoTr h ,

, ind discharge from the further administration with him, there is the better, if not the excluded from the Northwestern "ThesejVentjments, honestly:'and ivtdically andSATUBJ These packefileaVeSata iiaBr6TeryTinK, Ay- t.t tl

D raid estate,JOSIAH and shall SRCK1NQEK.pray distribution' only, prospect for continued peace. I Territory, and that the'Wilmot Proviso ,field; Y. the speaker, (Mr. Stevens rive at Pfcolatsin>AYMoamiroat time,for ,the 10:;o'clock Mail Btagesto andnr. ;; if Z '

, ttatot Kewnansville, July lit 1S4S. 6m r. vote for him, not because he is'the ow- is almost an exact. copy: In General )'.together .with his convictionr.bai- go through 'SWllugustine before night OTSP*. !'ti ;.

'- ,ner of slates, but'because with:him for-' Taylor's reply to. the letter J enclosing ed upon the. mostsatisfactor. Thnrsday'ani ndiij. $'t .. vJ ei'Beturningy ;'" ). .,
)00 Executor's Notice. that',Gen.1 'Taylor's'Tiews1] and'feelinjisr leave Palatka.every.TmaiuT and 4',
President opposed as he. is .to the a- the editorial. from which the above t
( extract '
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I MONTHS alter date, I shall apply to the -- ; FRIDAY MORNING 7 o'dockj teaching as atoTi '
.SIX Judge of Probate Duval county, for a buse ot the veto power,) and with; the is taken, he 'uses the following areagan&the; ( crtenston:IOfL alaviBry 1 aizd e4chway.3: ."! !l' .
" discharge from of the epresentatives "whom if l "- Oe.>would;leave thquesdoiar,to be8tledby They both .10. .5"P In' .. : .," ,t. .
final my Eiecutorship indepenjient j iuage .rt '* .. : are topreure oa "complet.iIii'ind ,. .\! t".
1I EtUte of James B. Roberts dt"Ct .scd. i true to themselves, the people will .4[
1. May 6th, 1848. WM. B. UOSS, ;x'r. choose,. there is the best.and'the only replying to youfwhich I do witha l ; voildfinduco-! ., I! 'i' :iot. 'fbi''I" peetjiu Hmnaartetf/by geItiemnlf) rell i ', I l'
knownexperience on the .rontend'tiie1rpat .
(ien. Tayjo.ahicI J/ use nis innuencetoelevate irena O:
I NOTICE. chance restricting slavery and cur hish opinion and APPROVAL the i .,ore assured ,that'every, attention.win b& t If.!

It SIX MONTHS after date, I shall present my bing the slave power"! !'-Letter of sentiments and i views embraced .him,to. thePresidency. He,appealed paid to the safety and'comfort passengers : 1'J
Ir and vouchers as Aduuuistr.tlrix of Daniel P' King, member of Congress your 'editorial.' to.those: 'who honestly desire to and to the careful handling'of freight.4 ***' ,; t .1

the Eitite of Henry Barnard,Jr., late of Duval u Could prevent!the extension slavery no:the AGENTS: .
1'r from Massachusetts, to his onstitue es.'I anything be plainer or more .Ltjr
1'I ,deceased the lion. of Probate Brooks # c.ii Sarazmaa .
county to Judge 'consider i- Tapper; ; ;: : j
new territory lately acquired to
explicit than the General's reply to the .
of said county for a final settlement of said As a northern Whig, desiring to A.A.DeLorme, .Darien. : "
Estate,and shall at the same time, apply for the extension of slavery 'into foregoing extract from the article en- well the position of things- to reflect G. Friedlandcr, Brunswick.JohnBessent t 111.,.
prevent ,
, Letters of Dismirsion as such Administratrix,of closed to him 1 Have we not an,assurance upon the.fact.that Tay lor and Cass '. : J ..''St Marys i 1f :
,, which all persons interested in said Estates are any territory we now possess, or from his 'DECIDED APPROVAL.of must inevitably be elected, if the choices Fernandez Bisbee, JacksonTillei ;:telt
desired! to take notice.HKNRIETTV. which we may hereafter 'acquire, i made by the peoplethat the.Buffalo 'A.*Co '. -' -r Black Creek )
the sentiments and views embraced'.intbe qoley *f
BARNARD Adm'x. the election of General Geo. PicolataT '
greatly prefer nominees stand the shadow :
not of 'f; .n
. J.c\i onvil1e, March. 1S48. Jm Taylor to that of Gen.Cass. This 'restriction above extract,that, should Congresspass a P.-Hawkins: PalatkaF13E.Lafitte&Ca ,"
chan e-that withheld .
. rote from '. ,
every Charleston.N .
-- -- all be made a law extending the ordinance of } .. .t 1
if made at must
NOTIC. 1787 \Taylor d cast for,Van I Buren, will be .'B. Goods: consigned, to therAgentsrfor- '! 1
over new ,territory or territory
SIX MONTHS after date. I slwll present my by Congress. Gen. Cass has pledged "one vote towards the election of Cass warded free commission.. .Freights trom"S- 'l! 1'i')
accounts and vouchers'ItS Executor of the himself to the South, in.order to secure acquired fron.Mexico, he would not ar- : the evil 'and annah, and Charleston, and all way.freight : :1-1".1
deprecate .
,we now ... :
Etocs.te Roberts deceased to the re&t it by vetoI"When j *-- v**<* .,
James B. payable by shippers ,
their support, to resist any attempt to and,those thathave I ... j. .,..,,
Judge Probate of this for settlement precipitate, prece- J .g. ""; *)tICtC tic, 'l .'--itV. ''.1' .
county, -- -
of He the is narrowed jIwu4 uv LU-Ia. "f
restrict the extension slavery. question 'If'
and fillowaiice! by him: nnd at the s.-imi time, Iahalhpp1 ded and 'precipitated it' pOth .country .... '
said Court for denies the power of Congress under.the down to a choice between Taylor and -
t-othe Judge or a were'produced; or might' have been AJrL OW'S t
final discharge from my Eiecutorshjp of the Constitution to make any' such res C ass upon the, question of slavery-ex prevented: by those who blindly;'though .' ,t -,> .1I
J Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. triction and, consequently, if be ,should tension,it would seem to us that no one their #-;H ..' I" .. I r"I ':: nJ'J'
for .
. I doubt honestly, cast :votes, 'J
JOHN ht: Will ROBERTS&c. of Jas.,Executor B.Robert of the., dec. i be elected, he would veto any bill! 'which can hesitate' long declaring, his pre- a no third party candidate; ; in 1844;' and .. ."I.0''m. a' 'If.. ,i' i'.J. -t. 7". A :.i .J

April 22.. 1848. Cm C.'ocgress might pass to effect this important ferences. There-certainly,.more "to thereby secured the election of James B EQS: LEAVE.to:inform. citizen'of J tJaohovfl1e '

object. hope by ,the, friends i c ,of freedom, from K Polk."' and its: vicinity,'thit he has (. i t!

AMENDMENT TO TilE himself the southern ,roan, with, liberal 1 principles i. i.Opened an establishment:!oortdHhe"-PostOfficecwbere it. :
c..llt.II.M .f the $t.U .f Florida.Prtptied "Gen. Taylor has pledged to than .there)is from. the-"northern ::(from tfolCincinnati: .. Jltla;'(Whig3. ; he is preparedito exeeuteall man- .. t'!!
; leave the decision of this question to : jf.Br I* i *< $ 'fvV } "V ] J j
and agreed to by the third General As- 'Coin's'a net o'-wordn.bi \-of businessHe.plfdgta
of Mr
I M&ly; sv&ject to t h* action of the next Gaier- the legislative department of the Gov- man with southern principles. While i"'i' The." place -' i"> *"'*" pp" "d himself nwke.upr.garments'.in,th"en.best -J; _
General Taylor} that 'the by thepiCale ,,Smith, of Indiana, and that alt made in this establishment ol
tl Assmbly.AN ernment, and he will not nrrest the says,' personal V -. .- riu. v manner; 4 i
ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th action of that department by the.tyrannical opinions of the .indivithul'who may who addressed the meeting> iincin.natifor shall give ample satisfaction as to fit and n iah.A ;Ji. tJ

Article of the Constitution of this State, so Veto If happen to occupy the'Executive chair an hour and twenty minutes, i in ( small 8Uppl1'.ol:good dz-WilIbekep.cn' .j r1 '
exercise of the ; ;
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power. *
I ri 7" f hand,which will be increased tj ;
that the Judges of the Circuit' Courts shall then Gen. Cass shall be.elected 1 ,while ought -not' .to control' the action. of?Coh- .clear;. .forcible i ,.c,andjnstructe1. argument require, Jjr Terms aSb'i"asccasoisy. : ; I'J
told their of -rr >f. :* "c4 .v/ -
offices for a term eight years, questionsof ,aomestic. PQhc1 ton)the Presldentlal"qt1es'lon.- ;: 23' 184S. -4tt4.cr t1
instead of behavior. the policy of the .Government will be gress upon. cltSonTilleSepL. Or
during good .1 his .' The last ; his ;speech in which '; -' -- :1. t'
partof .
Stcrion 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and such as to lead to large acquisitions of nor ought objections to be interposed : --- ; j!
fOISt Florida when.questions of ,constitutionalpower bespoke 'ofthe relations'.. which,_ Cass .S CUILDBIR1'R.- ,
of Rtpre'*111'-r.S of the State of territory upon our Southern, borders, { r--i "-! "i -> M"t '
&I Gtneral convened That the 12th : settled and rIJt.o" to:illi"extension of slavery 'xVALUA.BLE tt.t.
Atuwhly restriction .the extension 'o( Ja- have been by the various fay : CIENtIFJCWOBupon : .1
C1 Iuse of the Cab Article,of the Constitution of I no upon .be made departments of the Governmenti dclaithA ,* \yas."pointed' jinoV; (forcible.i I. ., He ,it: the 8ubjejctof GestaiiouahdCWld-Blrth jJ
this State be so amended as to read' as follows, i very in such territory can by considered settled that,Cass'would veto.the by.B. M. Weisselhoff..M.1.D. tate .f Parisrlustpublished 1.1 iJ31
"ii: That at the expiration ofthe present term Congress, except by two-thirds Vote, acquiescedin; .bythe people,1::Gen;=Cass, i ', : by the author.l '' Q!?4iif jo,: itr
t f office the'Circuit Courts 'veto.-0This thatCvngr; j. ha'no''rgbt.to fee : WilmoVPrQviw- that_ Taylor J This,work contains.
of the Judges of overriding a Presidential l iflfornution tip nbjectstdmarried i !
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1rith _____.. A would it d"iii'regard < % m
the eieention----r--- -hf->.r>->innfl.--.-(->-r mentioned_n -, thor -- cannot be.hoped. for. /J he:electiorot gielatc upan1uch:1tetqns off'dornes- no:4rnongotherrasons'. P pfJhe-WghesiimportaiKje persons, *
ns ces of the Court and,the Judges J :this thathe those contemplating toaniage:- "!* will'b.
Supreme with.the.pledges whichhe tic policy ; ,and, consequently,-planting to Gen.laylor.was; or h :
lithe Circuit Courts shall be elected for a term General Taylor, 'found of speciar 'tothoe'w1o1i eaiis "
J associated with JtaiWhig : i
eight ffice. fort has to the'country, will leave himself upon the?platform of his 'politi was : other'cinramstanc .,I
years and shall hold their. .* given healtbjor1 Mofrnotpfeoaitthem ; .1j I'j"
Mt term,unless sooner removed;under the pro- ts Congress full 'power tofprevent; the cal;faithAS laid.dpw ,by Jhe Baltimore *>ty*. ,**,'everyimaii./ *."".*I of' w1ionfln the "North taincrease'.th e n mabQr;.>t rot. -n Y' !e.2 "J

TUIOM made in tbis'Constituti i1for, the remo- extension of this evil." 5Conventionhecvii4feeLb pnaia-v&o, .''ferELln' favoroftha St .- 'Proviso-wnile' % 'P c ,withoutgreatjnconTcniei3es" fferingpr"per- 4. '.. I t

.for.wofJudges' by address or Impeachment; and "The election of GeneaLtayl'wil; any mea.pref.boI,11d..l it pasbut1useofCongress ; 8 q.ijI : tf% u1 } Y ; .: ,haps'nsk; of"the* 'A m '!wII1centIdiscor krithngtesetroiible [ : j ttr.,
wilful at
neglect ot duty, or other,reasonable of" : regulatipg' .ther institution i Taylor to a'veto(itla* He.statfid.Uwt 'anddangers W
5wuj which shall holt be.suflBcient ground.fwj introduce a safe system : rtVai'ihfoim dvit irif 1.we -bfihb'; eredbyWioelebwitedFrencKphyisIdan istfally i tt.i.i
Paqhment,the Governor shall remove any .f/ ,afeu1 i d o-pr mote:thtniiti n. of..aJay.erJ iniiuyerjtory).that yOAjoRveZvies be communicated i thiworksq.t4 any.pr5on ?. f$1
r them on the address 'of 'two thirdsfof'the al elflirdo t and'hlp'pinesV u The elee.- .IlCqui.re M .M tjz ( ,' Ilfon: P' B' P s .- ; fVirt rii'a'c-t ftflt'Ij .,may-avaiLJiIseILOt.it f onoe.*t./ <*,*.".1'he* means t -)

.eneral. Assembly; Provided, horcever, That the l. tf'Gii ra1'ca will'b'uil < p the 1.ft4lu.: Jfi 1,84 tj411 f'K hl'l1' at '" t : : fjhe" ,Jio iq tio !tit!.9. ,: I'.cost comparatirely nothing' *'o and are wfthm'-.the' 1i t It' "fi
lion .11" toft
cause or causes ,shall be stated JUt length Jn such and Gen. r ylori s Quld not ivetQ* tshtJ \ reac1fot Thepro is newf <.uu4IJ 1"f Ibtt
adirefts and entered on the Journals! .of each',1Io one manpower: into&tbivcrihgidespoiism "That Gen. Taylor- ,will oli'ouqd'n's adrUStainhi f o itelil p1ef and'cuuot-njur. ho 7jtail 1'{.

And provided further, Thai the'ciuse: ','.bepoeririthe'a! 110fl% 'ofCoheressi true a Whig,Jn the general app1icatop.ofiWbigprincip1es '\ ldrtoee 'itli'itaiid JCOUT8er. :hea1! : f P\J iJi05 d9 Jlr'. : .
.r cLfl3e shall infen- 'vill and'wishesfof ., 1l.r" h.'Jt-.Mr r:8i .wdi'theyofM tna.tumoIWJ.1Pttyet es In the t St .
benotfiedt4ttieJidi so ,:as ktheiVVhig 5'
ami deI ating'the party; ;'IP' #" l' hTL t to .
dej to be removed and he shall be admitted to ;. th:8out_ ernrrfIW'. .oJ" :.f" 'Copi i of'this wbH'yillbf seni, !nJPrentcldpejat .
-The-election of Geni i colddesjreqrt hoj4to e- .. _.. \;
the ; expectji vvp ; e "' '
p WsingteTeif tt fegertQ ;
anyjpavk -
"taring t S
in vote wjboleawhigrKW'wouidrbe
his own defence before any; : Jn his/casej ,the .
$9ruch removal shall : and, in.such cases'shall Tay Io?'will securefto.-t1e.popuI8r-voice.-! establishedj b1jsAJ1isaJer1p4 brgatio. ustainingBUeneraJ 'nxdtedBtates::.h to hipcBt"'a.M 1sw f \ fi 4

lb.Tote be taken pass by yeas nnd'nays and I as expressed dhTough'itscobstUuiionalrepreseiituti 1he :! t anfn.t, :: 9..t <) H! .P .Ac ) > viE C tX'1' tD .:ltl1WEJ. !mtlL ..Uox 27i J' : J' -:1S'

WiOnthe Journals each Housercspeo: ves;*thatgust'Iicontroi: over, ,. "AI 4, Qn\R: tf.f tJJ e {rvatsQiQ i r'fujJ'.-.i11' '"1.d( ioiIgtlPr p : rtlii U :S.IP ) Pit dto.se1" thWk't w 1 1.o'DOUDeJ1er 01 i.ao 4.eat tr ii'1"I -

:.')4tly.: the:Ail ministration Ibfthe.Gpverlmu. : Qll. Yi ig.ajpIc4g lq! }(2MQfl th ;J J m9J.h." 9f.Vk.i tI r ) '" : o1 ovj ro

2 Bt itfyrtheT.eactedt under this amended J1tW Constitutiont tiJudge.1.Erztlppoiuteti : Hvhich i ; accordingapilhe, true, !theory:ot; gr..P ?Ae 4 P!19f.t..P! lp l! JcJr. ,(Jn !e\t lt .r :;,.Cn.' i JP'fI sm.ib f .:C1O.!:'PT'writeaawtoflows c ,t -!.pt18." r,.j** "..- .-'r,OTIlCB 4 1 ):. --;-',,..-' i* .f*'*7t.-v ..'. WJ,1

} be divided by lot into tdnr classes. ':Th$' 'Conslituiionj ..itishould'The zerj-i 9sWiJY4J4c !14kl&iiy.slC, ft 't iia ) 1i IPr 'f4 3At..c...: 22tQi848t r. i fI ; J..11'H.N;- 0'l
first dan shall bold his'or their office or offices ; Jecti pfGeller.hC sswI-t: th.e ,-q!! r J! rp.lJ\Wl.t" YJ 1 'M1*. L1r La* d pI p t f. ':IS.JIEBEBYGIYmt' -'.-- _<- *A .ffijSSi&pSffxiV 1r.1)PS ted' f t "
.1Jhz't:4 :I. bi i 'f M. '
tk. the Becond for the llI e9.J"p 'T1i I
term of two years nhe compIctetriumpi'k ,JJ.Ql\J.ttJ7J1e.'I "t 'f'ln&e..ter,I Iwith.t : ; tnJ : tfqJ1 j. .
< ol battt
r E1tott lfil t If
4I .*&oXfouryeargj'the the fourth for'thle'terjn third..foJthe of eight term Tears.of six 7* ultra:vitn' iX of laelyiPtP'pp'gqI4.B 8r-J ,..._ .gl< .i"croC'i. -:- .ri-hlt-i' :. p? Iied 9roIia' thqieathflgricl4'uetioiis fii rdt:! G :of.colmnbia.-clilntTt, ., 'I'er, j jk

_::f4Pased the Senate1 by:the' Cons lhll1 na1 ma.I, while CongpowentaJchecMheieviU e sav.ij v4. PJ Y 1)lr tP.9J t6"b' s:4; t a 1"tff'! P..atJl tti' '.Ii r l7r 1Rr! i it. '\J JULPrb'ri.Ii' i'. "eni-t,7!. .f II i ji '"if;
%/, December 22 lS47i 'Pjsittthfl0nse ; i keAiof '. ICu. .An'oe, Sa.11 } ay I Of'1n. ."I'eferen..e. .. -.'. ..4"' J' It 9U8 moutb., el't =
4U. '
\gtff'l ( 1-i "1fJ t ? gi""i.: 1I fclpa.u: I= -Iu jU mOttEr. ('
Ct Representatives by tb.3""'rA. atotionalaia" "":i GentTaylorVJU'e.' .'" 'Ij' ct Bt\ '. m f. u."trtuer.1 { ltff"
".1t.JQ "lS'S... .) J; of the representfrtiTes of theplI :,,' Ipeecu'lD .Ii li I uDu ac; 'N ruentor: miniWbO- I8 "tcp9u -

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the Gen. iO SIRI cI k1y e ebocc1bea' rer, t& | ndencyof any of .
> : A0K80 argument $J .

\I..l., ; ."w-#. ,!...*.z. a---. -. ._ _, 'GB-BEPrEMB."..,_ _'-'r'':-'_----::- -._..f301,1848.. -. ._" .." _.) posed it3iankyIio thel mied'ftMen fi ,; 4: .&&i1t'; m.'MSprings. 1 [r dooWnesMs be'4u| C5edand_ they' haveTen .liO'U'" Tif'. Atuat\".{. ; l..per.t

I : to the relative-position of,the two parties on .- :- ". defeated i to:whedl.right about and fire into .'.8jJ.a...' .
t feubject'of Southern rights,and proved.from tr Now,4svegoo4 reasoo, u CJt4.kAttention :the place theybav&ceydCr&Ufe1 Georp.bo-pa&dO& 1IIWl',f '

; JI-. : the published opinions'of Whigjourrials and a tMr: Fil1Bi' IIUbetIcUcd to the; We"have{been entertained in this Way.by the. 'ti.e N bt i j $ ,.I..I

.'" Whig ppliticans! ththe Whjffparty! ,clajmed Jo: ,a bove.statements; i1 j'rtaIu, ,presses] lucid manner- in which Mr. CABELL ttrgUes that thriR GtP1t Ik t breztit4 *: _

,5. JTi ." .. t anUihat in New York hawm&deithem:publiensnUI, 1f htgi re :oHhelfcctrlnteofWfhed ni4 Jt.lf'; .: 2P3 i ::I'ooUi "
; 'J -Ir'i --.- -' be !theoina1"freesoiP'Part7! they. } + Srt f
5 11 >s *. 'i ?* ; :..yeilollwaliatteiFitone .1 ,I TAaUO.VoT1DVpt: ',.t-iJ. ( .ti
ZOfl.AIONL thIef \iPJ r ol Bat L n.a *
E" .': ,-P ; iJOCUATC. .j had 4iefii a single'instanct tofiuost&ntiate p ; .7J1'. tt "U; CCrMft.h .
fev..' fthft.l3acisiftte L gVX ant Nor4! .; *! .
; ; < elJiaa f .m pj o7'-> ,
I" I r-- ; this claim by. theirvoteIrtnCcn gls*; ,r. .J9PA4.I.u.s- 1uu_ .. .
'J ) 'flU v1nTgDwr&ms, :_, ,, ..iour8t&te Pr9 9 \, !# A G'n..i 1d'OJtMt JW a;;i".raiih--n &T.Qnm 1
..k9 .."o.IDEMT.OF At the'North' GenMAiLOR. was support by i ; "tD_ ._ ._.0-.. .f ; *_'HE'f IS _: OPsTHlAT'THE : S..

t., : ,/../ : LEWIS. '0 ASS,,\ ; the fWfiigs'en the ground",bat'rJi was*'pledged I .iloxO i t _e. j Ci. llerJF. Stott zaIaginsanedietis'measurehece, .; SauT2Iraib,1I, _.b .. ..
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., -... ... ... -, r.. 'OF* MICHIGAN. not to veto the:Wilm t Proviso} "while .at tlie attended an abolition.meeting or'made Jan otb'| 8Q. diff rent:aispirU... once.exbtea 13 somewhat, ), ftuQW t 1q,
;'f :'t -' 1..t:: h ill I- .fi J'n-eif": "- <"-- ," 'T' t"1'
". ..,.",'.."r. :." ', South, lie was sustained'on the ground that'be t ionspeehiibiilic"JI p' e. J 'en araglng ".Tile pnly trouble IS that i; may' the honors had heonlowed1l..r't

: -4 h .!oavicWILLIAlf. .IL.urn&NT.: .. 1 was* a'B iith rner.Mr.. FXIEBAKKril _' Tr. re-;ire-rjl *\ *wHlegiv.ei! .th publiCif.. into;: .not-> bst.!iWA: *jttedisstillcoawderei* **VUVAL*-' i ""i11'I 1.tI4t1W nowrepttula.. trrnea "ahb 'nhatlriitermination _

I",).-,. .... o. BCTLEJt, extracts' from ;whig papers t6t prot'e thaVa details. they'may. :be able. to>gathe.fre' L ';H h. ,, ., ," :.. portion ? n -opinionjaf thejirriterconstituteii; AbeHtlbn j---- "I r J : ,. ; p .'f KKNTUCKT." of thevS6uth'efnWhig\were-ea 'IIewe -sTh
.,.. 1K '.
;; 'M' .. and-what abolition speedut- theHouze.journals taaeEes1.s..c
; refuie' meeting on : ,1ooInto
in :
he should !
ase ; f t'tft11re'find.ihat.
: .- ." 171. ; ; .. "retrirffiNf thtt' .
1 .t'... TORGOVERNOR"or FLORIDA- to Veto' the PrbTisd.: *'' '". .': gentleinanm i.rconsider the r m eWig- ., en..1tB.OW't T.J ..ported iIrg I Io' Ca.t"'lec'ioG' .
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: *< *-v T I. 'fJ 'GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY Gen: BKOWN replied a regular 3iatrlbe'in) : addressed, 'and;;-where"those who attendedltrallied'under : thd) 'i r !t o l2'! ?L ti'O i1o: ,the .
sr **: : a"sbu dar:' wblch' the 3&& Jg '" emocntio **ida&e"k
( negro
.!.I;,:'r. the, 'Cabell, tyle,. against eVery' thing and anything ., ubstanoe4-4 t!bicheup4Oie! qiitainsi JU'Ri : I a:*p plurality- ? C
"'J .; that"was Democratic.' Th, articles'from was mounted on the ehoulders-of*white;ii land 1ti'1 !* rV71f, j .IBM
n.iztntf.faith ,
:: : : FOR CONORESB: The Democzatj
; ; t .i. the South I Ttr-ll.t1ftrifr o T '
where other banners to
'! Whig papers were of no avail b&SIfldj because insulting (. Resoked:- l the Seateand. .Jjjggvfpre.. -

f"t WILLIAM P. DtJ.V AL. they emanate from any hireling pres 'He Isuded'J. -, were dispiay du.?s pnre>'vWhig meeitiBg.'t.He: mta- t'd: 'J.Ms71. 'rtrJ.1\'L'" ; -> ", da' :That d .ql-qllQ.V: W \ tl
!. 1'J.I ? hoi nnIYwIIVbe The Bostoii Atlas?'
: II *' bicli''BetkS "to' therNorth'agolnst npr o jjyI I the
ADAMS the deem p"Wch .
,t't.:. Q. to skies.,-3eclaretl Ii was may a array w
maintained favi61ft&i i .tll lQ1 1 j ojOf tcc
mits=that &h
t-\r' ..( PRESIDENTIAL ZLXCTORi: T :'ft **" A< *; .' or-elevearanks" .' d'kuf'
1 I'f' '.. .: FOR no abolitionist-and -vowed, to_do..his utmost. 'the South, nd'faIselyciibkthebotifltot ""JtoofwrfaThat theTralidi o*; eJ onda j r
.rI f "' > *- kiir4! prtcaadidsb "
: r: GEO. R. FAIRBANKSofSt.Johni.: for FILLMORE After''he 'had.expressed his determination the latter loa Protective Tariff -andiaith'pleaged by the TerrUorjalGoy-; i ogj

t'I'. CHARLES H. DUPONTofGadsden.' to'bolt every thing on the Whig to-the' i inability ofher'people''it make their ) will be r eognizetl.and.be1 ucied Lytbc .iontcket- -.- ,"_,- J. .; 4t. ....J._..dhW1 _, '(. .. 1I\i" ,
"l p.eop\eo\ '1Ori4a nlei ,f I 4. -J.
iofgov'erthn .
; MILTON Jackson ticket the slates sufficiently !utelirgehtto work in FaCto-' } ; '' < Jy o .,. ? :_ .''
< meeting eTi
.rt.JOHN County. ntU they may'hereailer'Mume; "'I;!' oJ;'.-.,) --:-;- : I-: -r. '', :
'or, ,'._ "" ,/tort''.', rieg'and'the same time retain them with safety -; Resilvedhatwe:d ; in:the:rzwne..otl ,u1 I rf v. 4tu4ocCupUO.kcs .
.. ..h t::Sinc OUr-Iastwehae: Wived. 'li .

.i, .-j.e. .. We have been permitted by a friend to,pub' sudh be his opinion( he:fe entitled to declare'It the .doctrine they re',. injurious ith'er i o ipet to nt"their'Qrincined'to tzr'fauiethat : IIon.,J>k:,WjSTcorrtlw! following. liiiiional ;

..,..'.,., : t ":i\\. FOR &JPa.UJNTATIViS-DUYAL COUNTY.' lish the following extract. from a letter, he,has by the assertion 'he is not an abolitionist -nor' violate', tJ eir.'plighted faith-to}the.ho ers/of; 'patenta'-granted;:to.jettlo andertq .
.f"\ DAVID L. PAlniER recently received from Mr. Mo ALLISTWI ever attended tin1 abolition me ting.i I h&'d an : "Arawd Occupation Act.*' '" '
.: ,:;, ,in,relation -. those Territorial bonds which; have' been,:issued The PaUati ik

..i.'J! t".. JOSEPH FINEOAN.ITOTIOJB. to what 'he 'has hEN and-HEAED of,Mr. equal right'to consider-the, meeting he attended :by their Au r} yt"tn i '4- ; '? .1 hot' issue.for.someiwwlaXX. r' *; ,__ _. .
.;..' .'........'.,.-. -- .- FILLMORE in relation to his Abolitionism. Mr. and, the speech"he'deUvered as'evidence'of. his S ''Wliiltaerj'' and: ** Free .Permit\353.- -Atsoltan-M Joiner;'J lii,
: .1t. 1 CABELL ''affiUation'with abolitionists.a"* IJ SoilY'r I 9.-James Johnson, ,.,
took occasion to state in his late address '
I :' ?.t TaB, firm of GILLETT & HAZZAKD,Hitherto ; .ANOTHBR:LETTER FROM GEN. i ee. 374..4ohnJohn '4-: 'It
It is not surprising if such! 'sb uld be ''-
in this
place, a statement whioh we understand very : find in'the Oneida N. Y. Herald c. 172. J IV
We Daniel
.t : ;' :'.) engaged hi the .publication-of The News, is ( ) J. Thomas )iD
."i ..;i.: thii day dissolved by mutal consent. Either ofthe he has invariablyrepeated-iatb the opinion Mr. Eillmore, for aiJfWhlg ,'tie' follbwing'-Ietter from' Ocni 'TaYLokinreply I ,286.: ohD Scott, _, 'It
'. !": 'J had in liis.possession letter from Mr. FILI Presses, of the'South profess tee' n thil g'ithe 1 ." 893.Asa.Whitehurst., U ,
addressed' tovhim the
.: to one by : Rough 'I.
j. ,' ; parties is authorized to settle the accounts ,
-. 431 .
"t.... MORE in which lie asserts that "henever' attend. meeting or addr which' exhibits' un- NeXllMcNeilL '.
.{ > '.!., 1': due up to this date to the late firm. : any and Ready.Club of Auburn, N.Y., accompaniedwith 'S 34L-Moses Home, _. ,r-& )1$1"t'.
ed soundness in Mr.P. the .
6' abolition
an meeting or made an abolition on questi:- LL
'V :- .J: ;'I.J f3r All persons indebted tons, are requested a copy of resolutions passed at :a meeting; 43O.-Laughlier Galbn thJ:
', speech in his life." With .Mr. McA. Mr. Fillmore inasmuch he is not linked: '1
Nay as
we should It is' 272David Bniton d
-4 !: t. make payment without delay.AUGUSTUS I of the Club, somewhat extraordmiry :* ." 110&
; C. GILLETT imagine the truth of this would depend entirely in with Tappan and
\-l; ;. ; upon the construction given to a meetingTal- who aTe in V' r'Ora direct and"il iram'ctliateabvr- : which' 225.-Robert E-Osdub, ".
: sentiments :
to would 'ten1 sinct 4C
:..t. -; ALLEN B. HAZZARD. years )p 789.-Dennis Gill 'ii'
p ...1 ,... lied under .litl in the States where it ... ,. r'IDt
,. a banner on which was delineated n of's1averi CxiaU, have- been'Hang back with' cuutcmpMby i ? vNlr .
: :: : Jacksonville-Sept. Q, .1848. any t t
..,1 ::..:.... a.icg TO mounted on the shoulders of a white m*>i: may in sincerity deem himself no abolitionist stayeholder: 'The"Herald"in.publishingthrse. i 'Bottet' Opinion C %*.rn1j'; 1

:,.. !. 'f.'-.1';. ,; t. Oflilersigned having purchased interest ." You ask for a statement of the circurastan -although', attested liy his votes en '(heAthcrtoh resolutions: ) prefaces theiji 1,y'tlie' ,following'observations. '-. ',,'-? ': Taylor. rvii'jfc; ..

; .:' .: of Mr. A. B. llartard in the'establishment 'c.s witnessed by myself tending to prove?;Mrl'illmore's Resolutions,,:h 8' considiirCbngrcss. -'It 'doeslrealiy seem that Gen. TAT 'We' .have. before. us the IetterofMyBoj. .

-/* .*: .f "The News," will from the present day continue position on the abolition questi. liP has the right do uIirectly what ittaayTiotUodirectly LOfe is np ttvery'vi6IjtIy: opposed" t

'. ftl",rjr..if.;.M vi. tbs publication of this paper on his.own L These are detailed in the extract which fol -that'it hires Tight to di.Vf i rhiuiiate bt- doctrine tile AnbunfWIifgs-r mittee of New York.. Coming, as it docs-incl. 11
"H-X.:: :) Mceunt. In the purchase he becomes responsible luws from an address!tad the honor to dclirei tween Southern institutions arid Notthcrn,with ';G. n.Taylor does not seeul .1'I I one lllie leading Politician oftfltBabit JI
I -:- .. t.r for all the debts of the late firm, and'antual L :to; the Democratic Convention of this State, on a view to abolish J the' former aVi '?rorwotej the ef the Wilmot fPyovisa>Uesolutionaf! passed- bNorthern I I but have a powerful effect m' opeiw.*:

.'iV1vi *- division of the accounts due having been 21st June last. latter-;that' ,;' ""the, agitation n.i"iij, ; subject'. of .whigs,"at-all; t their meetUJ" The .. the; cyta of tl e blind devotees of Tajlorismlljavailability. .

';' ---/;:* toadi between the partners, either of them is I Should any Southern trum support him 1 slavery in,the District of" Columbia" > or -the T{
-' ? '.%* thoriied to receipt for and collect them. Look Ever at tis TOtes while: a member of .Con ritories aaa means and 'With the, view ofDis agaiisi the' .fixtensroffof. Slavery: These resolutions no more or Ics-athan has been reiterate* tydi' !!

'j'> **:-J v%* AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT. name gross constantly.against associated the 'South with those,:we find of his turbing or overthrowing tha !ifistStution'inthe were forwarded.to Gen.Taylor.by,Mr. .Democratic 1r3 of the'. Unloju WJ exlnct ftf "
w *.;: \Jr''*;;: Jacksonville, Sept. g, 1848. and'Giddings The iretosrds of'''Cotrgress'tell a seeralStates-. sot Tifc "*a* at1hoao)i $ 'f spirit*atadT I answer.which Steve,the Secretary of the(Ju wHigVof..who'return Cbikcounty"thaii ; the.benefit ofIoridWigsthe opiiuoa rf*, .(

: .-.- *: uniform story xif his hostility to the Constitu tseanln-g,lfot 'ihe- Constitution1"---an1d although musteatisfytbe; fvioleritly UutinguishedWhigslaveholdefofVirgUU,_
o. : tion his >% *t iff -*"5. isuotfoxposed r ,
:: >.> ;.::,.i Fine Writing guaranteed, by as votes they are against by that Southern instrument.interests It he. may- ", (p'royen. by his.)letteivto' j .W.t? fMills, any'.rat ,W:the doctrines nh'd"lt sol tiODs. iDg'T..oI'S position' on the sLuety

0 '. '%- :- Yke styleof the "Republican" is imprevxog. is but a since he Chairmafi .of a Committee.o'fsthe."Antr-Slavery. ._ We annex ,the';Resolutions .andiGeiuXaylor8 ,tion.. -* .
::- ;.- > : rapidly year was nominated by the 'i -- ;; < : : ,r. 4 4 "tI
.". ,' t- very Convention in ;New York Society t>f toe County f have reply>+ : -is ;tJ, ,,. .hDut why are'we-.ida the .
4- : .. .:.: The following paragraph from the, which passed :? etl:), :been opposed i; Wnias t ; ditljo*,N.:' (
..c' "" : the Wilmot .Proviso, for the office of State to the annexation of Texas i }Ti\i TAS. B ARE I.VA.LTEC- other subject?-why :are.We notperui4.1i&
; C :> last number of the tder1 asia decency organ 'Comptroller.. But sir, I can speak from evi _, so ,/long at ABLY AND FOREVER \FAVOR OF THE EXCLOsioNOF I know'What .'are 'General_ T&vlar'a. ,._icaf lIe'

: ''..:Hf give UI considerable encouragement for thet dence of my own senses and am able to depose slaves mere held therein:.and is in..favor', of the I. _SLAVEttV;'FKOMVLLSFR'EE'tEttRlTbRr NO f'Oft Wilmot Proviso? It b ieydentthti--- -- ---"I 'C

..: .;..' tut. Tryitazain! to the affiliation of- MilfarH____n_ _Finmn u______ with..__ ftab&Ktkwists. _.%,. I, exercise by Congress of ,allits, 'Constitutional, HEREAFTER TO "ECOMfc THE' TROPERTT OF THE. press affil every man at the Nwtfe that raVittierul pcs ;t
,' t : f!. The -llN ," -in its rapid retreat from all la the carapaign of 1844 in West power to abolish tKe, internal. slave; trade ,be. I UNfTED'STATES.' \ '* s. ., Taylor,""doe* it 'f'on,the'ground,tW" .

.: ,;' ..: argument, lets fly from its hoofs any quantity ern New York, I: heard Mr. Fillmore address'a' tweenthe States and is in favor immediate I 'Resolved,'That wlliering.witIL tJ1flO53.to. will not,.
..: ...r. ,*oi- of dirt-with which it especially bespatters Whig meeting. Curiosity carried me there,disgust the great,whig.principles of!44, we are ready sure. :\tr. Webs'ter, 'Mr. 'Ashman, ).Ir.tor i J
soon drove abrfitwa by Congress slavery inthe .District to battle again for5th'e rlgtit'aDlllf called upon :Ir.It1W Turman.Smith' 'IbaJ_ 1i
':. Z! Mr. Cabcll. We think that nn attempt to outdo me away. On that occasion llt Mi. ,.
_ 'f-.l' .".<'_::.:.,: the "News in coarse and ribald phrases, would the gentleman now presented to the Swth as a of Columbia, Mr., Fillmore '. uay. entertain all by"our opponents to surrender those principle?, Stevens, Mr; Caleb Smith, (who have*tp sfil rz
..:it candidate for the Vice we will tell them:in'the. 1VQr jJ:of UeuTaylor, I in his i'eediin Chi innati that be atswdbv
; ; be only equalled by the contest between O'Con- Presidency, Eai-ngtt these opinions and yet deem JiiMisel no abolj ;: wss .
r .. ntll and (he Dublin fish-woman." j i he assembly from a stand over which flatted most firmly and emphatically' we,decline,acc.e-. 1 the"Hon. William Bollard 'Preatonof'Vi.
a tionist
: It.4 i. ,. banner which nor one who ..affiliates;with i them; la ding toyoureqea' that '
'. jj|I on were portrayed likenesses of _? I ginia .t he would not let o it, andthdk_ ,
': .'". : .' 'I j I Ip j Andrew Jackson and James K., .Polk >at full this too, he is sustained by tbc'WIugPresjiit' ",*\/2ew/ftfA-Tnat( we viewtTh : Tyloraathanh 1 would sustained in the I I.all Sout1i H'r ''sJgnef :

q .r.;.i,.;...',.' den. Brown's Address. j Jcngtfa; and by way of derision and insult,the the South-nay,' ,!Gen.-x.TnyJQr'hi lt sclfj;| who, orabte.-- soldier i} 'brave-as a p trloMftcdfroplible -. take'taatgrouftc!; 'wiiflituaIl.,. e tvtain :

.' ;.- >; a.-.! : On Thursday last the Whig candidate for t a artist bad represented a. negro mounted (,n the in: his second aniJ-more'.rccent; letter to Capt.. -as .4.itatcsmuiitl i w est=-asa jbal at'the South lie 15 aiTrgenefally! muttjvcrsally j
back of the whig, &arerins':'awItrue.\. .That we .regard ,
":; latter from whose \ SMtaincd Joii Uxkgroii titl.
month i 6ued .1h
i. : Governor addressed the Citizens of this place in n Alison speaks of Mr F.lls'one' 'JI
I Iioscracknowl- his ,election to the Pn'sfdeucy as tliegfcutest'safeguard
'i" scroll on which the &ou t her sla dtttL4rTCtQit. 1
? ; ma'tij
word--Texas' was ptnted. u) ; t fildjerv
r ,* ; ::: behalf the claims of the Whig What edged ,abilities imdsouxd conservative to the;Union,' }ttly from foes Atiih- .:
.' .. party. Immediately under this standard, whoe foW opinions .. Kpw.IjSayj Iii this rose/botirsi.--.. (%
:: : :' ;' these claims were, we had little opportunity of occasionally touched his head, did.MiU r.l'il1- might have.juatly.cntitledhim tu the fit place out;'aut'Trdiri'dsiiigerbus Uissensious within... ef the.country'cannot: Bright/1 hat pne'prtJ* t

; i:4:}) ascertaining, for he commenced with a proposition -I more pour forth'his diatribe against. the South the.ticket'2' !t ,; ,.it Resolved, That, i iii,;\IiII i I lard f i Uniore;, ,thewhig'candidate r 'thtir must be cheated-and- thonlyfirijl" 1
nod her institutions. In for.: Vice I'i-csiJeut, we.rev g- avoid,it is Eatie'it.do.
8av iaIiQu! forGea.Taylor.jtorsay
: ; .; r- *
; < ::1 denied the I claim ] ;
.. by Whigge-otDuval county, notwithstanding-,- (in common with ,nize u fayorite of our.0\\11 a devotedwhigi
gian" of 24th August-;: 1844, 'appeared a letter sjon county, The.i>coj,le/arc'entitled 'to know it beta .
t .4. : ,. .:: -sad left us as much in the dark as ever. He written from.New. York, giving on:account'of I every citizen,) a'right to hold and express my ;an..hprfest'atid'' upright i citizen f ftliat his ..they volt 1 think, perhaps, too D utb nopM* .t

___ .;. ;::. ;r. took stiff ground for a protective Tariff, not probably Mr..Fillmore,and the scenery by which he.wassurrounded "own opinion on this q tstion." It is'ne of such honesty or- p io6,' his. personal worth and taitcc Is attached to thii/question, both X_ .,

__ ', tII.s : being quite up to Whiggery as it exists ia ,on the occasion to which I allude.1 itar'importance to"the S6utb"" that *her publicservicesrender: him emiifluUycworthyjoC : andfi>oulh- -b t I nut is.tluir buuues* iftl4* ]
'. That letter old people ,and that,wu hcartily'rtspond to
t .. f,. not.gJte the language used by support } of half tJ the.importance that theyascribe14!
; East Florida in distinction i ,1
to the rest of the U.States. will *"
.' ,. :.a." ., the orator, 'bat believe 'j1 it was :i" teepiag, doubtless reserve it for their own decision, liinomination' ,the fact ought to be.known.-j*"* .:\ f\,,_. 'oi
'...'... ,... .. milk the.banner nhuh'floated above him. Little ::unhifluence&by party'presses/or the authority 'l;lr. B solr J: Thai Iii istcri-ri si"w han ook Thy .diu.,we .ophechea; : IH 1 t

;. ;\. .,(. On tko 23d of May last, at a meeting of the did I then dream,.that the South would be insulted :of a name,'however imposing e yj tt/'OJ, 'with confidence' Or theO"ss of the U.States, put upon u3in'Penn3vIviiniainI84 ,Inr rt

., ; U?.T Whig party held in this place Mr. J. W. DRY" by the reaentaton of that orator's name loVssume itrightful :po3itionqislhc Gpvern- to .Mr. Polkas Kane letterhtha: lad oneew-
e .* "t on a Presidential tickets Were his associate an Very respecU lJyyour! ob'tTRerVtM ; .ment/. rom which\ it has been. T- driyen by.cxecu* truct lon-In the South nnd another in tie l1

::.:a V1j -.:'; ANT, now one of the Whig Candidates' for Assembly angel t>f light, he'could not relieve, in my opin .1 ". : iLeMcALLlSTER.cn. .- ,tivc*Mfc 'usuratiundredeernus'J* it--** :. f 4 'f*f nthe r,*v tyr'u.nyf -I Why iidwe. denounce'our poiticaAppi2P! J
.. ** in behalf of a select committee appointed ion, the ticket on which the name Millard ,- : : _-- _: < > 't. f. r the one pvznpozver7 and we'!1u'u.w OCROTMtisf'feSbEAVb'RSiro'pLiiiE'aiENIN'OC'E.'JlATIOK for A trick that was :'in worthy'of ai great pEt

,'v : for that purpose, presented a series of,reso- Fillmore found a:place] F ;Brown-nnd'Extra Taxation* and, di8creditablcth Di, as men of honor?-

I : ,.2.. :';-u-v" lotions expressive of the political opinions of I give below a portion of the letter referred sUjA! If'i C ciiSr\mO UA'V iT1t B'loI'IX."9: OSE Wasitonjy that: 'w iDigh't foliow"! :their tiifl -J
; tcmfic'rar lias 'been1 lately5 waged :n'poathe'Derao AND THE EIILU ESS TO RESIST ..ALLEXTEIi,0 '
.* .1"f t .rO pic in four.short I ftj
: the: Whigs of this region. Subsequently a writer ton the bor.e. xtract, as givjng a descriptionof (- 4 years ? complained
ratid candrdatofdr Congress/for! huvJ THE IJJSTlTyilOK OF D031QTIC eL.VEBBBy \ and denounced aa a miserable and nnwortt/
of the "Republican" referred to these resolutions "tlie scenery by which, he.Mr.( F.) was'sW: :1>iif' ;' ft'WnVt'lil'lTlrtmI9 I .! < ', .iWTiiiMiTS\ OP 5WIIICIf- i' :CO Ft }' cheat pmctisedonpt the>tUii. JJ I
: signed The t o'iDg'n"'trac's 1 .1. '' ,. 9
1 '. triumphantly pointing to them'in proof r und d/ the.whole of.which tt.f'*as\>ub. from'Gen.'iJEowiVPilt& Hoiti!'It'eport. GEN..if! ,- rW bIt t.h ;.p ole| .4 B .*J *A; &;ejw.ho ;! Ij
1- 1Lhjtthe '1 .TAYL IEtEIL ; tbbbWiW '.
tb.sttheWhigs "had principles.17 Among them. Savannah Georgian utider date( T* 't'i1:* ft-* I'V ? > party-denounced It. a 4IkFubr
we aDd tIL'\ the I 2 ith August >.-. ,.. ,-' "'wiYf.sh the peiiple'thef yfiA't: Iilh:: y;. \ 9'ff" DATONnuPG! (A.u gxl 2,1.84% not lending my 'id in"paractia'ii'1i zsi1at .1
.a' following, published by "Republican" 184/t 2l tf'i! <* I
4 ...'... '. I : Will have to pjthsIon1s in"case hcylevt. -Dear. irt-.-I taepleasue in acKnowledginglihe' .cheataipon,them., 1 will not.do il; jetthc* '
t-.';:.: j In capital letters. I I "Iwaaprekit (at the meeting) and will'give .t..J.'Gh""tL.l .n; 'f' l ,I .. .-tt. receipt 'of ypur lett'tt"of the1 J2d 'J'ulyf ienclosing' -; |r 8equnces:be what'they nayv: II halrellit&d.
I r account ; I
--s := -, Resolred *- yott nn of part,6f what I sawand heard. S { i io me'the Resolutions adopted ut a nieetiirg honest ahd.an .unseltisfi' prfltftanaodl'P1tafeo .
_ .: (: : : : A booth' (latin rostrum) 'was*erectedfor.the NF1duidthust b'emailoupott'tlie' 'of tKe"wh1gybun'gnten'of Auburn.in \ > ,eXani! ''r"J auii t ,< a ..'10.i '.hf. .
It tSTS IN CONGRESS TO LEVY DUTIES ON IMPORTS !p 1ke1'. In 'front 'government otihis thai is l1"d' I 0 JUua lII"'o .Jt.,
of Territory
I this 'was suspended a n tprbmpt.: 1 resolutions/ liwl t 1..msl'Ji.rY.FEfrlC dom for nt hoietyana!int1epen'e ,iba ftjr
VOR THE PROTECTION OF THE LABOR OR ENTERPRISE -i iI I broad .standard, o which; .wer painted (J1n.. ')y.met. 'F_ .* vtj -, tqw&mej 111.lll&/ly graWymJ 41tbft. .wI.\PIect c. ;. fr.Henr/ClaypverJpriuI'fpr"prei'er UErT'7'; ,J

_l. OF ONE. CLASS OR PORTION. OF THE CITIZENS Jackson, .and James K". Polk,:the latter mounted "This obligation alike incumbent'the. f ere u; J'. adforvhich 'nJ irlf to' enciB for Whig priIcJp.tsstt
by a negro who bore 'a J5B13 1 banner ''on whch 'Banks THE .PEOPLEand'the. Government- of **- !'* *** suuerest.tKaaks* tolhe ofAuSh'o *' but &biit1.
--j OF THE UNION AT THE EXPENSE OF ANY OTHER ." e express my rcmgs I.no principles, 'theprincipleVof av 1
i 1ri :PORTION. ] and was inscribed almost "Ifexas.'J ctl.1.ln. thQ * .1&
ihiraediafely/nndef this-oonnerof. *tf/c rf.TlhaVthe validity,QtthobondSis- 11f4.Wh d.:. Jt ft n.rl : PLE .
This is plain English and not to misunder he1 Decency stood wUehe. Party addressed,..Houorabje! Mr. Fillmore -. /med';anii. faith hl.|,x.the Territormt Government )s Te;)'ouse.Iftiir j Iietiira}f3.becow1! -:: It"*'>"ti"n j> ** 'M *.i.'*-'tite'ihen1ib.flM" .'

I,1 stood. The Whigs of Duval county profess to The ,. : the ineetme.: willlw r'e'cdgniied and'held' sncred'by : edgmentHjfoe the.kind. terms"withwLch'ou; "jn epitaph. ,inscribed. .on.m6b1hAtthe.f 'fJ
opening was "v I" r V "" "
a'fitting -
1ktb ___ __. _prelude_ ... _to_. the., speech. the peoDle otfloiite.underanvfofmbrr.M; i7fl .hnvA nwrnnnia iTnhlIioqdrfo; thenfhigffit .'<icrtit- rfiTpt-- r __ 1-.
\ be opposed to the doctrine .of protection. .1'10.. L A. .a.u f *i a .* u i ; ,-
But 'z oJr:1" ; ; iti'f
U& &U > r
I &VLLV4&UL bVULIVWAU. tJ.: tJri' : < '< "
? 1ni'tJ."matl. : 8f if i'acz1ancebf arlrlLpp fitA'l.
_ gE4 13 long cones Gen BROWN and claims that unless 1 Before adtertmg-tothose principles (the tariff ;, heifeafier'assvae! ; iiJfrtJ. -1{ j )
I Mr F. said he uiddirectthe ''f TbS were theOphiions entertained'and< yoorTcity'atJthe coming'elec4en$> ,-'t"ol't..lro..TJ1El'i s.l ..... k .
; ur'between .
have tariff
fZv We a high' we must resort to direct Attention of kis f[.1 am deaith j
; Jli&hfei"J1ftlJ. .
_ fellowcitizcnato the anuerJn which'MiYan 1o.ed ti-t. : bJ B tfi fji841 j?Tiid1ffe'epco: OAWAVlf'.' "t. 'Abstract' of the Pilot LaI51u ;
debt and ,
taxation to pay our that the doctrine ; .om'.mOl\.oDedIent.
,. B rcn had: been.cheate4 pC his ) r Hh6Ttwol5an5id'ates, "" 1 ". L "' t'" 'e' ll ;
/ 'p for domestic : '' ] nomination ; is.thisWThat"theVne t2.f1.Yto1t.. : !l M Sc v rkrstatcf;
of High protection manufactureswas 'by theS6uni!J1 The'truthMssaid( Mri'-F,) ".iU'cIings toJ bJs'old i 'sin .Andrew J,. Stepheni'Esq.; !,tfS r b J\Ubani:1: trf 1Ht" t:.r11tf."?.thf' tt"--.b\l y.. "i
Southern'intereste'and5outhern ?hitenhejother; ? ., .
The 'f.tMA1K Jt .
: "goodwhlgdoctrine. result which COunsels.pre- VI ( l. ". _'
': vailed ill>th6-BaltinidreConvenaon ;; 'has* purged- nimself.Ct!IC'fs fbrtunatoQToir3hejgood n01Jgfi. ntidy Iub1iMbuxTi, : t; .iooo,f&thfathf ..tJ'ci
: :1 he arrived in attempting to prove that we must and ifMf'. moo. V i-.<. :.? .., .! 1discrge
Polk is elected, those interests,and counsels .people _of thfi!State !ithat Geri.1r:BiiowcN'i\ .jIl : .t'q;tU.f;J; ; 'stel", tD f pltot ha 'd"
c have high tariff in,order to.avoid direct tax- triumph over the orth..' '* *' 'AcaiiL \ ; tJl \J J, 9a\'M'i"" Jt'f\ t-jTJ'Ojdin jli' &rA- tmifejwithoutjpay&g J-tl .,'
kind inientton
aiSen, was beautiful specimen of a logical dil said MrF; the Southern people?cau never become to xlhemfor tttdlbt'theyrnev.- ?f )81T O 1 l !"Ofltet: 'JL f ft'I 9 phoae' .,.Act/4?|' .1' .
a.1 1 er incurred were frustrated bythe si. Joseph's Tbe an makISa.nrodurJOU efron 1'821. .........",; 1.Of'. ....1f' ._' 'i',), hi.,
manufacturing: 1 10
: w4: emma for he proved the converse of.what he people. They1 cannot ; ,,1 .,- vep" .n'1T a. .: !.. (, JO. 'cr- 'vlr
and render >their.slaves#,sufficiently.intelligent to" Convention) *>' ,of"t.ttT .n* ) 1rrrl.l'ii> i .f'.ujf. Iillsm -)' terabound.cah('
made the get"p a
Intended, Whig lawyers present becom 14ox.9 J IJ r\W 8 fJ'uJia 4 4
j' 4;* bang their beads. ',He argued. that Its bacon their power? operatiyes.inVfactoriesf to retain: them With nUhovt. peril,g -j, 3 :ifitqTI (''': /4. ri .:!rt/ $ 'U I le t ,fiJ.14 1. 4': J .t -P r-i rf..1... lr..i'JI.t1irll'tJi rr.".\i -.etit..1q'3 e WithO'- 1..10'.01'1\.11#

'fl merchant Bold his wares for.one year,in a particular more of this fort was said ty'the'Hoa' fe/able,. Much Gen' -f CAPTAIN'FISHERS*CoMPANTi- Wet areinform-:' aowlfi lU.e u f m' f!f. !IQ,11ie::{ : 1 IctilMae ,Y.: .. ..,1 'Inwanl_. ....b,.2d.H f.must. 1!JIll td

.district for a high price. this would beveash.succeeding 'I ilemen. wh n'he'closed his*harangue by an in. formed by the Hon??,l .WESCOTT that the Pay;, wishing ?::JD>ett apr 1tr"JI t !_ ';jf lb." ; t'uae0..tak .fr p ? : .

; "te ., year by. competition I vocatim to the Jforthern people to.raiJy around 'M| MO ter-'G ****?h ii_ *WV>ft!tbaii *VAUvVf OanonH ba ls, : g ei h rnJ- > }'LiwOenBxDwi'T iiie iebwfthhiihe ligh'houebelerft'
.. { i
I Clay j andtheProtectiye.Tariff :
; tp; 1 Dgthe farmers of that district"until_they the Squtb,.and _,Bevenue Tariff, pga* P'iIt.J K&asldetheflimsy'jleiturebfWsreawniriff&idal ml l loned f officerSj :Musiciaris'andPrUvalei utQty iylI9ing XUD& ij t.. "5.:ri&htchthepUots,_ .' .. ;" :f' ,. ..'. oK..i1OW"- .Jil.it .

-would drive the foreign producer out of the i I .. linj CapiL FcraEa's' :'tsompany' ofF1oidth'rnthxt.s1: Be t aBilogl/ 1 uwhUhIWjTtIian r .$1eIPO72M!: .t.Ml .t-i:

w&m*! i&rket. According_to this argument that the ImUr'lo the spiritof'his ech $A 'greatb VolMtc' -ui entitled i xescig_, ;: .5IAS5ACHUSETTS.. .All vessels, c5P. ,
fctff tional question was converted|:ito, : )("' 1 ui d fili6Y b )8r\T iii1848J ,TJie ly w1thL' (:I ItfYf i r'bi &\"lj '1hl i
i -.sumer P$7O21II7 the tax, Gen. BROWWinooatestablyj SS-" Ev ery jthipg was said .ere. Cc ra Jl t 1.e._ 1j J 1t'Tjli _'L" a J ; l .. ''I0.....J.il1nQ. ;- .... -,
I thai the to array the' li4s dhf. dP3'dt i tti.at i'd 83 .L.rhel d DetWdf'ft-Ono:, '. ,.
.' FoTeI effect of a ji8 North acrfmoni&us hostility against th* r. pttJln'1iY ,ar2.4G .-.1 J".!. U'_ 1'.4 I.T.'It 'I,
.Jiriff would be to drive out of our,home; market: 'South:; If{'m aW'( ccupyingih: :Siti he.- \ 'tD{ M'$4-' G : io i metlWigsOoA, "' (. l o tate,'ara. .POl.f! J".

4 t1rt; .'ijl ftnrejgn Importations. ,Hence,' .we should"frvn does/canihns essayed conjure un the:CouJ41p n i t atri f e L 1(1J ItQ1d t !0; Ptionli? : Sli Th.itotag.H, It ,jo"1t. .ibt ; $1, ."

4 poth Tgfrom which. to'derive a revenue by"ftterUr itiofdlsvnl 1 ;:1J1ht .' st' Jl I'J f.A PW-9D1; idtii\1.w a1 l tr'Nf ( : 6 )1d&b1i 'lait,', r.atraordinary 10 NEwrbRE'HalfVrf6t 8etol) paid w., '
.. tjO"ft Rue AtJ t P ueeome f r bcr'kl ( 1Lh k. 2 -v ii'i:{ r .l 9 1 "Avlitwird .ft'flftl
o dJiP1 -
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ture, t4'left to the?people'of the confederacy e
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aag 4: in their respeetho goeme ? j r.EJM gj lf>ntjqffigpfe'g J*0 fiKtJS-JfiJiJfe'Aiplendld
sTg eetw&ter :or.under $s K'Pr Settled ;.TowiQsUpr13& 4
.i ( Let th Emr vdeiiginsa )WKgineris ofl.4ge E (i 1
L theirLjntrj con- fTh EastHlf
: s :3L in in good order&nd znp1etoineeryxes.pect.withbJiIe3ja f KorO-Eait tt I r Ifl Dilly
Cerus their
own way.C Can.4
htlef8outh.Est _tef Sect&od21Qwa-1 Man;:

U ;U4! :. Leave to the people-who will'lje affected by Sale to commence at 12o'clockM5, .0 _ship 13 8, of Range 19 E. eiI 1 aW&I t
tz 4 T this question adjusl lt upon'their F itt1 4 e'othastL: .
f1o : : ii own res- d rappIy ;to th1ifldeZ- quarter jEssteJaIff.8otlE ,
t i1 : :t : ponsibffifyiln'd* ntheothkther.4G2Mraz signed at'Madison Cou t'House.i 'SMi | ltfmolicc. tei *e re'el tiaPKeir.prfc .? 11'li i,

15 : 31 : Cass. -:- "-i.l ? ; *rpi jiIc 8-,ofEange l Rr -41&tl tkT nansiI1All!gitor, M
.flat who pilots :the Vessel over the bar Innition Opposed to .tfie exercise of any jurisdic ILskt !NbrthaBdUrtet of di : I
'Vto her nptotheitiTd'o *ofe by Congress oTer .the subject of slavery.- : ectiohlSo, Township: 13 S.-of RAnge t9JBLn f: OCAMULGEE3 .:I IST.3IAT1jEY
1 carry GeL Ca::. ,, : .-..,Six: Weeks,after .'ditV I phall .Thboih1f ol FftustioftalSectieataL $
zves, jtreqUirCd. I do not see in J the *** 'ir j> to.the Judge ofProbitea fpr Co- TbTrnship'ta' ofRabge fBil. -'&&: tl' %* < j; -

1re Amaster refusing a'pUot'is; bound Such Constitution_ any grant of lumbiatkuntj- .Letters of 4 The 'FRi tional Iforth half and -th' NoHKVest1i9arter ; : .Thescpackets

Wu: the first pilotoffering.lm a power to Congress. .Gen. Cass. on the,Estate of-P TiaFlentbff; ecease4 'laterof \ of.the South WesTquarter of sectiOT ritoat ,at; 1Q t o'clock;and argd .

fall pi1Ot&tO L said county. JOhN'DA37IpSQ4 Township'is S/cTIUngV StS?&* iii
*\lm--. and from Charleston how- THE WHIG CANDIDATE AND SLAVERY. through to
es3elt! "j -- i Lots 8 and 15gf Section y. Township l3SjofRange4J4E.MJ fesAugnBUni'before.iag eie..i
ypjj.taifpirotage for'refusing a piItjde Qen. Taylor's'"endorsement of Mr. Fillmore's g- .. ->AH JiU'31031 i ry' Thursday and Monday. ;1iY.f: .
r abolition opinions, in his' lastrletter to Mr.Alli K.W half. fih&
the bf; and 'vessels fcstiirg between A23t OARD ;kt i j 4.uv> w't v-ow SouthjWest QuarterpfofRarig : FRIDAY MOBXKG
son, by the following extract:1 3 o'clodcjtouchihg abore
0S 40qtbe State/paY no-'plfotage. unless they 'Thc Democratic Corivention met in May,and .1&4 LADY.and'who desirous has otf locating"iiiMoridaf :1 Lots 11 ,and Township 12,t>f Section SoRan24.E 27,Township J.ra 3 fcr S,. eachat4fl c utanrilto.nciWMr.. ,
pilot composed their ticket to suit them. This they had hadseyeralyeanexperienceasa .., flr -Tbey juc l pnusae boats-ln eompJetas* t:,
PVAMMjgv WT **tf> ** **- J.JJ itth' *
ploys :
olf the { *)
Teacher BraricKeij fr orderTind
ffig of
er n'
la to do. handsomely rfurnished in
right National- erpectf
vessel does not employ at'ispAid. Whig ConTtintioa Ther-fiouth East quarter Section 32, TownsKipl3 4
'4 ALLUJcA4.Whre 1-l met in June, and"selected me.aa their candidate Embroidiry/w'ishes to beemitloved Ift aiikcademy S, Range 3fE.iLeKi: A a* liju M known axe experience/commanded*by geltlemeaK cf5weU,,
I accepted the nomination with cratitude and -* Lots 8j :i3 and 14,of Section 33/.Toirnihipi3 S reULeI.m1 their.pat1., 4i
r for AoubgXtidleS or 16"nearlbf heal. } rons are assured that
ILL1U.Afl7 master of a vessel who.rre-; with pride. I wns proud of the eoufideqce of, thy village ia whichshe, could establish some School of Range-21&n %tn1 j paid4othe every attention wiJJJe i
a safetyxanditomlortof
such a body of passeaw
men representing a constituency The..W st balffS 1
when one offers psTS'half.4prbTiaed Tfefererice and ctibn4jiTovnahip-13s and to the
take apilot EverydesiraWe all careful *.e
further.Information Landling .
the freight. '
1 III as Whig party the.United Slates ; 24"E3'lands ef t' i :F
that nothing is payable by a'inaaifestation the may be 'obtained- by saddressfng, bzn: :
: > more gratefur" became it tzr iiJW i'zER3ig: t
between New Orleans and was cumbered i (post paidP.5BELL7Charkstdn) : 8.1C. j- J3r oks 3ST3flfla1
: resscl employed n 91, with exactions incompatibjewith :
T 1 wiirbe at:the minhnumprice'of
:3I the Sept.2 S, 1848.s 5t put up A4DeLorme 41 :'L
:3p T otter port in Loubiana, Telas .Alabama, the 'dignity of Presidential office,and : $1' 25 per"acTe; .Purchasers will b.re- (1. Fi Ila det, 11iuu.twick:1! .J
responsibilities of its incumbent to ,the
florida,for refusing to take pilot. whole people of the nation. And Imay'add Runaway Caught. quiiedpj haltewA,"and the"p4'half'ihtirelVS Jni3nt; t__ )

I: .- That the rates of compensation totea that these emotions rcere increased by offering, COMMITTED TO'TREsTA1LOF: -months.. --- ? ** u1 Fernandez &BisbeeGeo.Cooley ,- Jnckonyj1le.t

dnlf licensed pilot, for piloting over the0f&he my name Kith that of the distinguished citi.zMof. Hillsborough County, Negrb :Man -t JOHN-BEARD, Executbr: I A C 3 ;. -IackCreek, r
K Iil1.
: DRYSDALBEx cutriz
( says his name is Bryants-had 3 taU roftheWill -PieoIata
New York rchose abilities and sound on
Rlrer St. Johns, shall be as follows; conservative, acknowledged have t red clothes-one zh five'feet'fiv oUoh 1rysdala.' a P Hawkins, .. .-- Falatki.
opinions entitled
'gull vessels (howsoever -navigated) drawing him to the first place 'on might'the ticket. justly inches high -hejivy set -right foot haf'ofip "August N'r1iehorid&Herald:2tb'l848. f *"V E.Lafitto&Co: : iiIestoL-

m thin 10 feet of water, two dollars per foot; This man is Millard Fillmore, and this: Says he is1 a Blacksmith by trade/arid that he and OcalaAfgui *cfanjsignedu fie,Agents'for
John wiH'pleasis'publishthe above till the day of sale warded free commission.
belongs UEhgle; OnetwilIcome Freights from 5a"
Urawina ten feetOr
all'vesstls over two
Zfl > Tnc-PJatformofthc Whig Candidate for the Vice and'sehd their accounts to ( Tannabandi..
D forward, prove property, pay charges, and take Charleston and all- way,freight .
flflart wd'fifiy cents per foot, .- Presidency. him away. JOHN T.. hOOKER,- heriff/ JOhN BEARD Tallahawe payable by shipper ,.%.
flit when any pilot of said bar, being out- --- By BKH'J. HAISLER, Deputy'Sheriff September ,- :: t

je Of the bar, shall hail a vessel bound into BUFFALO, Oct. 17.,'181J8. Sept. 23, 1848. *- tf ,- .- FOR SALE. ----S.-, : -
Sir: Ybur cbmmunic'ittiou' of the lath inst. mflAT1ES1RABtE'
II jfca uid river, or shall offer to pilot such vessel at Chairman of a Committee appointed by "the -v- -j < i tt
II Runaway Negro. Caught. the'East side of the'RiTer St. Johni, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
m 3 p.n&the captain or person having charge at AntiSlaverSociety 'of the'County of JZri.j"'has COMMITTED.- TO JAlLirbnt about six miles below.the city.' Jacksonville, an Election will be held on the first

I the time shall refuse to receive and employ just come to hand. You sblicit my angwiirto 'ev.. of Sejteuiib l2th. coutaining twentytwb(22)Vacres) more or less, Monday in October; [A.D.1848] next entuingj?;
the following interrogatories : r a Jlunaway Ifegro boan'Sea W follows .Oh 'the North in Duval County at the election htrei
: by ,
iuch pilot, the pilot so offering or hailing shall jday ; says.hi bAtheis John'and that part oft precincts 2:
1st. Do
I you believe that petitions Congress Parkjpr DrauchcsteVs" Tract, on the East by inafter named, for a Governor of the -tatedf
nerertheless be entitled to the same compensation the belongs to John C Houston at Fort x
I on subject of slavery and.the slave trade Mellon. Public Lands in ihe South.by lands of William FJoridafor a Representative oftheStateoJ

though his services hud been accepted. ought to be received, read, and respectfully a mark on John the left is ala corner black of complexion/arid the left has Barton; ''arid cto tfie Westlby theSt. John's I Florida in the thirty-first (31st) Congress of the) .

r B vessels bound out may refuse a pilot,and are considered? by the representatives of the people owner,will come forwani,pay charges eye.and. take The Ri'OiLthep1acethere is>good Dwelling, United States of America, and-forjtwp; 4 .

bound for half pilotage. Anil in stormy him J. A. BARBEE, with piaizas front and rear, and.all the necessary blymen to represent said Countyyiu'th? iyfii
rolj 2d. Are you opposed to the annexation of away. Jailer. out buildings in good order. Iisbeaiitifulan'd .. General Assembly of the State Florida .
rotter the pilots are not compelled to cross Texas to this JacksonilreSept. 16 1848 w tf'ISO ,
under circumstances The
any heajthy situation1, and contiguity'to the :; following named.persons are'appbinted
ti br. but may proceed as near the'bara* eo long as slaves are-held theVein ?; city and. eing entirely protectedfrom the the Inspectors of said Elections:-rr; v < S

py-Jeetn *:ifc and pilot vessels iu by signal, j jfc 5-1. Are you In favor of 'Congress exercising FISHERMEN. & North East winds renders ft a1 Kost "desirable Jacksonville Preci / at.the jCourtHouIe. 4

< which service they are entitled to full lilt'ttjPtsei -j i I all constitutional power it poiseses to abolish Tlt Aaaeriean IVel.aad T win* It1aauiie.. residence for personsMritending'tOKpend the'in'thisclimat"e : -Farquhar BethuntrThomas B. BelloW, -Olirer
the internal slavetrade between the States ? I I1bgt.mpnur, winter i ith5 /*>!> : -" Wood., t \ -. ) 4.

Dec. 1 lib, 1S47, Approved Dec. 4th. Are you iu favor of immediate legisla- WM. S ONE AGENT j,,, :6r t i ply at the placei t thi i ir Cedar Creek Precinct-at the hoWofColi- ;
lion ,
t : the abolition of slavery in the District owner thereot A. M.-KLGSLEYc t& John Broward.--ChariesBroward Jeffer oaP* .
No. 50 Commercial Street Boston Mass.
ikeitw! in force when the above act was pasted -! of Columbia? **** .J.A 'K. B GIBBSAtt' Belknap, William Turner. s i> ;
I am much efcgagyj, aiill aVe no time'to enter OFFERS FOR SALEr Scine Twine for Fish atFort & 'Jo/za'rBeachir2liaziard c.cet.at

I placed the Pilots under the Port Wardens into an argument,'or to explain length my and; Gillmg !TwinerfT<)f all UeV! Aug.26, 1848T Gebrgeltland.JacksonTillfc ; 4i the Post Officer-John Houston, George.Acostay '

Jacksonville, who allowed them to charge two reasons for my opinion. I shall, therefore tson- scriptIon-CorksLead 'Ropeing, f&c *&c.4 ; ,iVi a-' .ia? ;: ; ii4 Kingsley B. Gibbs.. V ** rf. } if; '

Art per foot,fdr'tfvcr foot of water that any tent myself for the present, by aifswering all Also, all descriptions of Nets and Seines-Turtle c1I&iStCi' Ni S AlandaTin.TTecmct: the place,heretoforclused. ft

drew wfcick the 3 our interrogatories in the] d St.
fbtV piloted over
T for some future occasion si more Extended xliscussion'on without bags--Cast'Nets, &c, &dj Persons THE UNDERSIGNED'having been appoint Chandler S.Emery.. s --*, t
'iBar; and if the master did not require the subject MILLAED FILCMOKC. want can have AMT DESCRIPTION of Net or Seine .. nnder/decree. of f ho CircuitConrc' .Gdreft Ferryjor WMesvitle Precinct a.t?*%'
vertices half pilotage was allowed, to be -- made to order and shipje they will ple Ke iiami length depth ahii Ike of SpetiaV Mister jn Chancery in the case otjolin i
tollccted before any Magistrate or Cotii-t hav- A CAB IT. I Morgan,AmariahCpy,?; < : j-i
mesh in their orders. Lefte%: of' .Inquiry C.Petot and Charles H.Pelot,Administrators of r layJHtt Precinct--at conTtnient
n gcbUJYetentJIr1IdiCtiOfl. Wits not that sulBaent THE rriiANKs of i the r undersigned"* are *res- promptly itnswered by inail or oth rwii '- James D.f Pelot, deceased,against the creditors I _Henry. Bennett, Jess any Pi -PrescotL place.

'I, Did nt the St. John's l.\r pilots un.lertkai ? pcetfully tendered to Messrs. FERNANDEZ and Bosttfa, Mass,'Sept.9, 1848. 3m of h .estate of said'James Dr Pelot, to state an Carter. I---: iThomasvtilePretinetl i/ :Eiyafc& + 11
a law make enough to pay them for their BISBEE, for the use of their Steamer Sarah account of th. amount of assets for distribution '- any eoirrenitat place;
Adiniuistrutor A Noticcf.SIX .
in the hands of the said Administrators -
0 *wW ,, --
Vj the POrt Wardens, nor did they ever of said boat, for the late excursion 1 6 Grfrey's Judge of, Probates for. Columbia County, said-estate, Notice is hereby given to ;all par* Polls,to be- opened at nine .(9)? -tfcloct ttt.
Administration 'oh :a mor
for Letters of
iskfor greater compensation. Theu the nat u- Ferry.- We take this opportunity bfinaking a. th'e" Estate of ties interested, That,a hearing will be had by as. ooa thereafter as practicable-. to be
Milton \T. late of said
MansoOj couiity deceastd.
FI question is, Why was fo'l.fw 'repealed ? public demonstration of our high appreciation JOHN DAVIDSON, me,as Special Master aforesaid,in Jacksonville,- closed at fiTe'{(5)) o'clock, p.m,of said day. :: 4 II

I Icio answers why! Truth ahswdrs to pay the of the -pdfife and generous conduct erf thoie AThgat 'r, Aug. 26,*1848. 5w on when Tuesday.the.,10th creditors will day. pf id Oct b r, .1848j' >Given under my hand,at Jacksonville,in said
; required present theiraccounts
16th :;
*j County; Saturday day of Septes
3 St Jobt pilots! supporting fife Whig cniisf.VcJJ gentlemen, and to wish them in return prosper- Administrator's Notice. supported by proper Tidence for adjudication her, -D.184& WM; P.CRABThEE

:, the lumber trade of the St.John's river iaitpnvnt ity and happiness. SIX WEEKS afterdate, I shallapply to th. ,pr*.lf bLbazrdIrom analfowaueuthereof. .Judge of Probate DuTalCouatyiyc

of considerable importance and the CHAEI.KS P. COOPER, GEO. HOLMES, Judge ot Probates for Columbia County AUGUSTUS, .C.GILLETr; S pt1. s I' 'it
I FELIX LIVINGSTON M.IlEAkN for Letters of Administration the Estate of *' Special Maste in Chaniery.f -
fret question the master of n vessel ask, whon4e Richard Pryne late*of said 'deceasedJOHN 5Jaeks nvilI9,6eptuiber 2iS4S.4t
I THOS. LED WITH, WM. DEWEESA county" / ? CHFID13I'RT..H' : '.
I. i is applied to for to charter his vessel is, what V.GAKME, -, ; DOGGETT, r DAVIDSON. *-- -* '% :

3 ire your port charges ? Pilotago is one of Hour, HAEJJISO.\, ., Wil.REMlvDY JitDWITII.A. Alligator; Aug. 26,1 S48. 6w Pub1icSaIe" L VU4BLESCENflFjC41TOR4p'
{ :$.the 'first,Monday pf Ocipber nextj at 12 i :juL 'the subject"of Gestation and CLild-BMh1
3 them, and is any man engaged in the lumber W. Cuicnxox, NOTICE. \y o'clock'M,"at the place near Mandarin, byR, M. Weisselhbff. M.D., late o'fParis/jus!

info on the St. Johns such a fool as not to SIX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the Duval county, Juiowu. stheiaPiacetor( published by the author,*. ,,. | : .-r* *.: ;;-* g
(No.14.] Honorable Judge of Probate in and forthe residejaceof James t-Ti3WOrkCOfltain5UiOmationuou5ubJects
inow that the port charges arc added to the merly theatsent< and Dbrbthy Hall, ] ,4-
FOR BRONCHITIS.BOSTOJJ :County of Hillsborougt; for Litters of;Administration -*6Tipiedbyq* WlValton,4flhiaI) of the highest importance\ to.rmarriell: peron 5li
S amount chtrgcI for I think not but t
freight. the Estate'or Stafford, :
on Suian/ ii br
ffer for 'tintstsbfhEat4 o I those 'cohtemplattng 'Carriage. It wilT b* dfoundpZ
inonld there be one. he h.id better quit getting ,May 23tbi 1847. late of.-- said county,tteeieued.tuts J. James HaU an4 Dorothy Hall,' deceasedin"th; specia ya1ue U thQswbos. ipeana, a .

lumber, fur his uiolhur does not know that he Mr. Seth W. Fowle, JOSHUA STAFFORD.Hillsborough.Countyi said phVcej'pieco oi-'parcelof land, known as the healUi, .Bother.circumstances'donot+permit
Dear Sir: There are. so many quack medicines September 3.:1S48 Hall Mandarin them, to the
near Jn the increase
place tDay2 'hureflbejc.orrtneirfiiniilytv
is out and his will learn him < .Jf't : ? county o
; f
expenses soon the -time and each onehas : tIn I-H .
at present i* a. .v.A BrVMH fa. !, and alsoabout 20 head of"sfockttle. V K n MB A f *J4k>**K 9k H A.BK A.jih. **m P 1 i *

that high port charges roaVe high freight, more or less certificates from real or imaginary Ittoiirdc Circuit'Court L properly Be :sold uiider'a 'JecreeTof the method ofayoidingthe. .

I which has to come out of the lumber. individuals,, that I have for some time had '' 'STATE1 pF'PtORUA. Circuit Court, fer St JoSns bunty, in a cause ioi11o a'nd dangeNat will, (recently dicoy7

i Why should the pilots "cf "5f Sohns bar be doubts of the propriety of giving.any testimony Angela IJ peir, ) of Andrew 1>. Wood, for the use.4c:complainant ei4lice1ebrated YrenchhsTciat)1.ru1jy) ;p j :
But assured
favor of medicine. being
in your S BUI/or Divorce against Edward SA1dricdt 1ant., communicated minis work soHhat'anyTperspn
a J*id fall pilotage when their, scrv.ices are not been bem-fitted its and feeling TS. -
that 1 hare by use, Maria L > UEO11GBfl FA1ffBANKS, may avail.Kniself of5 it'at once ;The5 means I
red? The satisfied that giving in testimony in pex. ,
ttq States of Georgia, Louisiana by my Special Master'iiiX'hancery ost ,
to its medicinal qualities, ,1 Hu y.perr "I; IJE; prooffiavine ep mdqtetatthi Is4s. i-- *
regard pcs.iis .
D&,& LL only compel vessels- pay halfflsge JLIDefendantjn.thVBillfiledintiitTaboye ,_ 1a1e.ihIL11I. ; ) t
haps, be the means of saving t-ome one similarly - : -b1ecvenint siiiile;
i i when the services of a pilot are not required afflicted. I therefore.cliverfu.il/add my testimony cause.resides out of the"State fFtridfti -- ; -I health ofthe moss de1icite'. Nor71oe&itur. :

1' ,and the two former exempt from pilot- in fuvor of the medicine that 1 know has hereby Ordered .That'a. hearing be'had pn/the .MamilnIsae.5* tail matrimonial pyiveleges- in"the leastt (-
..Virtue of Executjons.issued of ;
Recasting vessels. Maine and New York allow lone me great good.. I have been afflicted with facts charged In said"BlffoK the,first Monday f BY th,Dlstricjt twos Court of thjeJUnited States put for, ,Copies this;work nbe; ;>eneih"a: close
next.and that if the Deifendan't do'not _
number of anijby May iva\t\nti nf'a'otvtfvtk TAAW vXflJL I-VA S
tUo Bronchitis for a years, ,: appearand *jT" A
masters of vessels to employ a pilot or not. the use of a couple of bottlei ofWISTAR'S answersaid Billby baid dajj1 tfieSame :the JNTprtheniDjstrict 6fr Florida, and toTmedUrectedahd ; States for ':

*ew Hampshire allows masters to carry their be taken as confess r''agaifist, fieir' ProTidedj L deliveredsagainst'jArthurBarneyj to'
Ihave: letiednpon and shall sell at
public aucBnjui'frbnt
That this order be in
.of .
eaeU do a piblished
to sea free of and if they copy Bjme k'City.
pilotage; I am hippy to say that I am almost free from L public of this State for the space'of ; ofthe Court-Ui sein.the clty"of -
newspaper Mowed_ to i el1 tiij wort .
tat into <*1 ft* '1M 4 js
require a pilot to carry their vessels the above troublesome disease. JnvilIbetwe tlThnrs ** ** & % _
three months before,tlje day.appointed forbid -bstr1rt I 4 -:j'V
kilf pilotage only is collectable by law,- If this should be the means of saving even one: E wing.* J0S-B.,LANCASTER-, :2 pu m.of thaf first.Monday pf S ; ;,, %

*&&CaroHtra compel* all vessels to pay..fullfflotige of my feltow beings from that most troublesome / Judge Soi CJrcmt StateV/Florida?;; A Ne"gro3?
and painful disease, Bronchitis)Ishall be fully Tabi Fi KING SolicitorTor Cpmplainaht5a : ; 1tOBERTM1Lit1Irshal,3L ti
Gb iif-A
nc ietT&rk
but the bound to good ; : t
pilots are keep 4"VBy .' .
paid for my trouble in writing the above com If 1849; c*. prr .his'Debu'ty' jp3gfl$ *
take* + rifR > = jt etvwj*- ,. subscribers have takthJtheTypeoun-
; the Mawhal'itinV
pilot boats, board vessels outside of munication. i:7: *
: JL. dryj an'd wilj"continueh
W,tod then the of Charles Respectfully yours, St. uly. lately
carry up to city *
conducted Robert
by Tayldr will
B. COVERTVocalist NoliceIX I e above sale i3po3tponed to tM'firsi 'ey. attend ,
toa j and for \$ feet Of S31. *
water they only get toallbrders they ayeceivewth jnlzictuallty
Firm of Covert..Dodge.We
T he fit Johns for 10 feet Of 1 S WKS afleiJit Ishalip'p1I.catioU flndsp.'itch:: t
pilots may charge i- r.- -7 f *i r r%* '
tafaj pleasure in tiansferring the above to.theRoz'Judgef PbLt. a. for land jCast an3:
*Itt Ihey'wiHjfuimsh
$25 L t. nsti
-are not compelled to keep a deckedttadjnay eSept91848 7i.z
Icertificate of Sir. Covert'inayor of;the cttlative t.m'j. _
waive avessel over the the Bst4t 6f JoeLBossv late of said,cou4: Jj:
by signal upon ty. .MrJT.UJend ja flth1ed in bi
b properties; of Wistar/sjLjBalsamp; flWildCherry. I P44c OLrT4O -
;1'. Consequently have ty.deceasecL : ciittn CABLWj "superitiiendingjtng.
priviletfc mitir1ndepanriint.
they greater
Mr. Covert ofthe lIE CcPARTERSBW jijetofd xia- .
6" ourcolumus. { ept.i6 184& .
of -
( who haVef hot
'Ieei .Proprietors advertised
allowed ofts. newspapers,
thai are by 4 'ODPLLZ
a. any ganderth RMNII
t lit&at firm of Covert& Do Tle conclusion ,dissolvedbj nutialofls '
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> } only yM"" ***"J t **** 4 "**** &mbiithsVwmj6ntiaerreieive o
' erested observer of the several, pilot and favorablyJinosn fntkis yand vicinity'as ILl:Persons'interested: are 1ir iriojtifiedy ,unesso the"concern will be eettled William in" .oii
1 i a 4 ocalist'of rare\attainmentsi *We hate; iiS4iPh1l: ; WeeW from'the'rfate heii fi 'Ij DelL'.All persons indebted ;to the concern'will pay type; pnchas3nfl i1iiies j4
. 1,1 "fared to om-ferrire otis. that there- ; JO. -> *. "*_i_ *" Wj"% !t_' 1L J A ** **JI5i*' iVith the amount jpf their bil"Old rIsin.- j ip
iiii .
gfilot watched with painful Law of tbe flarorthefliverJoku YbrLetter '
for "
j fcolambia'Cbqn'tyj it i-- -i uixv *iA

: in' December of tb f ear 1847was1a health.- from. the 4'diseaseyofj' t' hich hisecpjeiycyes he"speaks J4ii ," Administration, imf. .the. .-.Estate' ,.,-tr f of- ,"r5 Crispin**;+>f3VrtK""Mor-> SzL. _* .M 4vt$ s ?4 r' qq 41pritLtdiias

IU fatiad palpable violation of the rights bf and haVenalmost despaired.of ? ; 4 aLf .v5 110 688 ** j p

is people and ,we placed him in the catalogue incurai; _, *_.* '- .
iiTins on the St. Johns River, j & 4s y1 fj M#** t

**e&t shonld not be tolerated by'thf citizens. bles-bat- .' .thanks. u to the virtUes of p ';WjstarVBidsamhe t< .;r I 1 4 '.tA 'SE. 4 toft'fJD -. ; 1 1Fbr.Aryao8'4&

nbwi.gTfeatly u rise, eha t
ftjs w. NOT1CE.
cort it will Work to their
as injury
most excellent fnealth. INew.EnglandWasVmgtoriian A. PPLI1tNill -madectp the next Zijibt frj I
oIt pafitable export: All are willing that joying i BostonV" ; tlII- General?Assembly1 of Florida for]an act : :' diVEIia rOthI

,shbuld be paid when their ServiCeS are whb1es&l6afl41'Y', t incorporation to authorize a company;to con* TEGS- 1 ItItcis .J >v That,the Subscriber 4oy of amacI Al.

t re&s.n4 well paid, but no freeman catf be For i "1e, ,. struct a Rail RbatTfrbm*CedarKeyi, orf some :: JacTcBcnvill0 sndlts Jviciilitythafrhe has., Elliot, deceased has-filedi in tEfi PTobate.Cjurt 4
oiMEsr& coJacksonifiUeE.F4
T. a : ; eligibl opet eaftaHM pf.Cplumbia Cpunty,her peljtion doVerahd q'
be forced td tea when ben I I *
pnrcnase ry's? River/;Eome eligible point on the ASZa4 KOffieM where he'iSsiJtwatrea ta cicuteiirnantheYbt- that she wrill apply fbrfthe__g u -!_ .4

wffee, Such laws caused the Indepenr gentraIl&throUghttt the tacit.4 heSt1 l er orlca'l fineoffiusin HiBt'pl X" in one m'bhtKaner this date1 / ji

fl ao .of these Uziited'St. -. sdwiUoneot- -.- -.-, -' t4byI1ggiits '>,1848. i -himtelf to taake r rarm n !!it- -; Ta4Iv.cnETt .

means of defeating the lYhig paTty -of uipjt ; :1 aet Mitts;Ingyd.itieiring : .

.. J- ,----- -4.-T-w-T:, "doMi: HoseThrea4ceButCh'ecked shall: give ample aartioirag1dfttrMitI5fiIih, ; t I4'Pt
11n7 .
Si I H ') Bdbbi sDUi.Sies DambricBi White Uhen. A s U-.supply of:good thSVill'b bept ou_ ;

dz bt. i ,j '
DE3O ft1tADIbATE AND Edging rireuire. -
iifdI ? 3 y TernHrcasn.': *

17& tLAv1utY.d4.c r it g' ffn4e/ljr wcnpifedj ?j fSTti ; d $- -r4t- *

'w. IU SOT1 tTKVCK WITH.JUDICIAL JJUSDCLtXGS and Brown1 Shirtings OsiUburgDenimi..and ) -i i
) Kd Sflo ,- ;
tZ31 511A1.L CLtGTOTUI$ CoTl2-VUct? ;iJ.Jt4zfla e isin Hpffica SA'iTh'Sj1P&11t3l fl ZtUff&C. &c. .Ltat' I ,,
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tf '., .- '. < "" "' '1.' .,. I aCelt' MEDICINE tad peri. 'sflyold40X er R1tkot bii S
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VV'i THE PRESIDENT OP THE > r proacldsibgshonidneglecate
< : B7 ,and on reasonabW terms,either at the grcat'bcautyondliBuiwriorityofthUSarnparilla
* '?iI1lfITEB..rtlTATE8.. Occupy the spacious::FIVE STORY WAR ''Hotels or Private-Bearding ses of the dty, r "rfer&11 other remedies it eraJ1 t :tate

4 1":'Vttr.D In pursuance of. law, I, JAMBS .K.Por4i HOUSE of which,'No.is devoted 56 CEDAR to the STREET-the exhibition, and WHOLX salt and can receire from the Subscribers such Medical -: '-if: dicotea'disease, it inTigomtea the:,. :. ;f .entlTe tol"an7 ft\-D __

sad Surgical attention. their cues soay body/consumptloa- .nj t" :: diseases tcwb1ch ,1emal.
'I 3 President of the United'States in
.*! f." oftheSi.igle .drtid ot t* ,* t te\ ** % t ,., ?. 1 (lCa3s.nridItrengtbn, :1' : time oflif T This'period&*i.hi .
*! of America,do hereby declare and make p PRINTED: CALIC.OESl.Their : A -mit number of. Fri B' STUDENTS ,1} ,,:,consumption can be.cured.or',* .,.?' .'t. Several years by using this ata II

H; known, that public sales.will.be held Stock consists ofOneThousan&PackBe"fiariy4 : win be received,-who!.will!b ,supplied With: ;bronoch1t1consnmptIon,'- liter complaint, less,valuable for those who .ain T"

: -j af; *t the undermentioned Land,Offices in present : ; >. Books Plates, Anatomical,' and ,other Preparations colds, cough cattfrh,"asthma, spitting ,- womanhood; as it Ia calculate eq'aS* l

'.at! ; .::-'cVi the STATS OF FLORIDA, at the periods Embracing some THOUSANDS different -will be regularly examined in the,!jprogresrof ;J' of-blood. ,soreness in the chest! .,. by quickening the blood and'"t
:their,studies according to the,mode ,:.hectIo fl sbnirheatsd1trat1on; t;Indeed,Wa medieIn .
; J' wit and colorings and comprising everything "Ji
: hereinafter patterns '
to "
. designated : 't
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desirable in the line 'FOREIGN.and pursued;in the 'WP*.Northern cities will be nt profuse expec-1- all tbedlseuea. '.. hom .' .
: 11 At the land office at '
NewnansTille commenting
taught to componndand':dispenso Medicines, and pain It braces the whvlistem
;\ :It2: on Monday the ninth of October next, for DOMESTIC.All ', 'r' < in _
offered for sale for cash or and-will:be instructed in the'minor everyday v the side,&c: ; entij the natural enerej .
'' 0..?'J& *he disposal of the public lands situated within of which are MtheLQWEPBICMbythe duties of the 8urgeou-BlCedIngCuppI; gBandacin&c.&o 'haT and impurllleatofthethe lodr-notlQ.f

;t. ",!::.' i i/yV the undermentioned townships and parts oft satisfactory credit ; .: ?, ', 't1Ha, 3 h can be system aMo produce
I h..vix: or. t, I a. ..*., ..
1.I'Ptowua PACKAGE.New Perhaps no Private-Office in ny:American <* o j.cured.v tioo, which is the case of most '
.: a' :., South of the baseline and east of the principal PIECE OR dtywill afford a greater variety,of new and approved *Probably there never,was s remedy,.that has for Je-w b_ d'dJ .
: ..'. '.'. % meridian. Styles are almost everyday, remedies present" more practical facilities been 10 IUCCea1'ul1n ratecues ofconsump, DI8E4SE'O7'TH2'

: :.1. ':t; The fraction of township seven, situated east and many them'are got up for our own sales for students. I' ,0 .' ,,.' ,.,, .f. r- tionas this; it cleanses and,strengthens, the TUBE'NDvDBo'B'i BJ.lB2'

: ***r'7 if the Suwannee river, (except Sections one,ele- and not to be found elsewhere. 'InconnezIQiththiS4epartJXen. lt 'JDa-- system, and*appears to.;heal the ulcers on the ..; r.lfzw .
A. : '
;, ,:,-.. ';rt. Tea and twelve.) and the fraction of township -: Printed lists of prices, corrected from be propertoatate that aa soon as possible, >anInumaryforthe lop andi the.patients,gradually regain their -Da. Towin-Dea,I't.slaJy' Sir : .

;.:'t.-i: ;!;;. ten,east of said river, (except &efu>Maix, seven day to day, with every variation in the market, I reception ,both Medical andSurgical usual health and strength.* -t :, .j{ .r-- ,been afflicted with a disease, :. ,Mc''
:r : ; eighteen, nineteen, twenty and thirty-one) are placed in the hands buyers. Patients will beopenedwhen4studentsUlli '.
CU1 US'C4SE OF.CONSUMPTION... with s terrible' ,.
: rupture tol"OTtii
. idea of :
I,. (I(! of fourteen. Merchants will be able to form some
' range ,whenwe have the,opportunity of practically studying, There is'scarc ly'A day passes but there area the greater part of the,;Iitro ..
; !:.; Fractional township thirty-six of range seventeen. the extent and variety of our assortment ..
diseases.J. T. J. D.
: bled with
y'.. >.., ., state, that the value of our usual stock of VANCkMD. number of cases of Consumption reported noI1i.
"I '. r and and this is at least twice the value of C.. C. ; ; 'ic'1 cured by the use of Dr;Townsend's Sanaparilla. of'the heart, which1&tV>W .
, .if" Townships twenty-three twenty-four, ONE ARTICLE,
Tallahassee,Aug. 5,1848. ,J;: ,.sm'_. .
The following was recently received: > tressingfTaad';frequentlT :
Pj-: : fractional townships thirty-one thirty-six, thir- the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by I' -
V.t lr ty-seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine of range our largest wholesale jobbers. This foci together ,. STATE.. OWPLORaDAs. Ds.:TOWMKWD Dear.'Sirs, For.:the.last .leave,her. ,bed.;'Tb npt_'Yai,n-- ,.
.' vjl-v> **j' eighteen. with the fact,that our means ana our \ MONROE COUNTY. .. .ere' I have been afflicted with general 'aDd 8U SJi,tried.OI ft' ;

-. -rjt-tt'-*..* Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, attention, instead of being divided among avast: Benjamin.Megin, ) "i debility, and:nervous'consumption:'of the last !.UUVKU voovj ii M.WUkUkUQ'WCZltl : l

.jw.r::'F't fractional township thirty-one, townships thir- variety articles, are devoted wholly to ON*, Tailor hiUp'In"chancel7.f stage!'an did not expect to ever gain ay health had.Itakm but'threeF-bottles of i ,. .
*.*{?' r:4 ty-six. thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional will render the advantages which we can offerto I Thomas ; at all. After going through a course of medicine ,i. medicine she was Entirely ftIllTal'of t.

.':*f'i. 3* township thirty-nine, of range nineteen. dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be Sawyer,and James Filor.J ;. under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and,the.np UJ Jaq: .

: '*; ;j-i Townships twenty-three, (except the western our care that none who visit our establishmentshall 11 appearing tome by affidavit .that Thomas regular physicians and members of the tireIydiaappeared. ,' ', '" .- !
> JL Taylor and Philip defendants in the Board Health New York and :elsewhere She has ako bad the *; ,
'A :>' ifi tier of&ttiO*$) thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty- meet with any disappointment.. Sawyer, in : dropsy, rmuch'swollen' -
:.,'...:;..'r.2; six, thirty-seven; thirty-eight and thirty-nine Our assortment is complete at all.seasons of bill filed in ,the above cause reside:out of the and spending the: most of my earnings in attempting i : 4'We had-co ideal th-
'V'p\:1'ijfS of range twenty.Townships the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. State of Florida and that the,said Thomas Tay. to regain my health, and after read be'so b nefited; -slae had sutka. .
lor resides in Europe, and,.that.the said Philip ing in some of 'I resolved .. ofcUse But it has
; thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of paper your Sarsaparilla ;j: ,as PllkJ
V;*'i.r"* :" of range twenty-one. Lord &,Lees and late senior partner of the original Sawyer,resides in the State of Mississippi,, to try,it.' "After using six bottles found it pearrelieved, her of,the dropsy! .r ,_

V./.Hi Townships thirty thirty-one, thirty-two, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con It is \Ordered, That said defendants appear done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement,10'strange 'ij td

V. .*.*..rir. ,$ thirty-three and thirty-four, of range twenty- : nection he withdrew some time ago,baa resum- and answer.the said bi11f otherwise- it shall be your,office.;:with your,advice kept on,'and. ,do almost like. fiction, but it i ,;netertaetanS*
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connection with Messrs. taken pro confesso. mostheart l.ythnnkyou.oryour advIce. 1 reality. Your Sarsaparilla
_ :., ..o.' two. ed business in Lee & persevere :JsceruiiOaWL
. : ; At the land office at St. Augustine, commen- Judson, and assures his friends that .the new // is further.Ordered, That a copy of this Or- in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable.medicine, ,and:.should.be uiedfcj ,
.jv *:''* : cing on Monday the sixteenth day of October concern shall have the same pre-eminence in der be published in some newspaper.printed in able to attend to my usual labors for,the'lost one that is Buffering as"we hate t ftL:1
::r': *.'.*",;-: next, for the disposal of the publIo lands withla this branch of trade, which formerly distin' the, Eastern Circuit of Florida, once' a month four months, and I hope by theblessings God disbelieve this account, they 'are h Hil i

:2' t the undermentioned townships and parts oft guished the other'two houses to which he be for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .-, Can'at myl1We'have ocular dorcisstn a.

: ,.,-':'" tnw 11(thins, viz : Innrrorl June- --. 25.. 1847.-' ... -IV. Taylor and once a week 'for four months. in' helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectiully, ,_ ,
::1;.:{t s;} South- -of*the 9 base line, and east of the principal ---0--- S reference to:the said Philip LANCASTER'J-Sawyer. pi; knew my case. ,CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOW- EB.1Jami'. 'J:

;. t':1 t.:'.#. meridian. A.M. REED JOS. B. Orange Essex Co.N.J, Aug. 2, 1847. -. \ *-'

.::. t;: :P Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty, Judge'S Circuit Florida. State of Nero Jersey,,Essex County', ss. Chas. DYSPEPSY.10
constantly on hand a well 'asserted .THOS. F. KiNG Sol. for .
=.:,.t/1! and fractional township twenty-one of rang HAS ComplH.Key Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever beta aitcc*
., .. .. 2'': twenty-eight. ofGroceries West; February 19, 1848. 1mIN his oath gaith, that the foregoing'statement: is ed which so nearly;resembles;tie gukkf

.-z-;,:._a ...;f. Fractional township nineteen and townships I I Provisions, DryGoods, CIRCUIT COURT, true according. the best- of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposingibod*' and itwajuS

;; .:. .'" twenty, of range line.ft EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUSITT orST. i belie CHAS., QUIMBY., 'th.orgn digestion as Urn pman&itf

,1.,'1.: ':; Township twenty-four, and fractional town- Hardware, Crockery &c., viz ; .-JOHNS: -CUANC&1r.. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange.. Saraparilla. It positively cms cren&iif
: ''. ';1 k ship twenty-five, of range thirty. Superfine Flour,in bbls and J'bbls; The Southern Life Insurance I the 2d August,.:1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however.ecvt re crthrtnie. ',v_ ,
.'tIt'.;. t Townships twenty-two and twenty-four, and Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; "&; Trust Company < : Justice of the Peace. BANK Du AKTJE T. AuurYlavJOL mi,

: : \.. fractional township twenty-five, (except Sections n.ms Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; to use Arthur'M. Bill to Foreclose ba.Towzsnzcn-Sjy, : I. Live beta.tffjctij

,' .....,:... twelve, thirteen, twenty.tour and twenty-five) Mackerel,.Codfish Salt Rice; Reed, TWO CHILDREN 54 VD. for several years with diipcpsu in iti nnt
,-'..' ,$.c of range thirtyone.Townships Goshen Butter, Lard Cheese White Beans vs. Very few families, indeed-in fact we have formrattentlcd with sourntw of at ttaieSl

.i" .:.. twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty Irish Potatoes; .' Augustua.PouJaud. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite extreme heartburn, and i pu
':r: ,, 'I. three and and tractional Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the post netion- all kindsotfood'J
twenty-four township Sperm Oil, Candles) ; g been .made to appear to the satis '19.r.tda
;:.\.. : ? twenty-five, of range thirty-two. Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; IT.havii of the Court by Affidavit that the summer' while, those that did not sickened and ,(what 1 could eat) l. neb"fn.u "!f t

x..Eo: ..,; Township nineteen, Sections one, two, three, Muscovado Sugar.N 0 Molasses; Defendant named' in the Bill of Complaint filed died. The certificate we publish below conclusive 'but a mall j rticn on DIY siuusclt Ilriid\
,Y'-:' Sections t.nto fifteen exclusive, Sections twenty- Stuart's Refined Lr, Crushed, and Pulverised in the above entitled'cause, resides out of the evidence of its value, and is only anoth usual "remedies, but 'they Lad :bvt urf''b

.f";:_:sq., one to twenty-seven inclusive,and Sections thir I Sugar; State Florida, and out .of the Unit d States instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint usiM.

: .J-".. .4 ty-one, thirty-four, thirty-five thirty-six Brandy,Rum Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine and inCubaj.one of the,West India Islands,and DR. TOWKSSHD-Dear Sir: I had two children ed,-about two months since to try jwrEjtnit
;! : c i", fractional township twenty; township twenty- ;, bevond the Jurisdiction of this Court.Therefore.. cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer .ofarsarnrilIa.and: 1 ll1usl.Y' yitl11 uTa M.

;;:"P:;:'. one, townehip twenty-two(except Sections one, London---- Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine On motion:of-C. W.! Downing, ESq.,Solicitor r-io complaintand:',dysentery 'ona ins only 15 fidenco f but after'using ser>j.I 'hr -**ttII

l.:' :. ::,};: twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five,) ; said Complainant months old and the other 3 yean*. They were found my npj etite rrstc-ml and the tir1b.t

";. .."f, :.: and townships twenty.five and twenty-six, of Cordials, Confectionary,'Preserves, &c. It is Ordered, That. the said Augustus 'Poujaud very much reduced,and expected they would entirely) removed and I would;aiiji.

;. ,-. range thirty-three. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods. and others be required to appear and an- die; they were given up by 'two' respectable commend ;the.use of it_to those.who;Bm ..

..i :' ':> Sections three, tour, five, Sections nine to fifteen Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta swer'said Bill Complaint within six months, physicians. When the'doct informed us (hat afflicted as I, have' .>been. yo ri'..:

,.-(:...:.. -. inclusive, Sections twenty-two to twenty- Ribbons or the same,will be taken as onfessed against we must lose".thenywe, resolved to try your WW'VAN'UD'lY
'. '.: ..f o. even inclusive, and Sections thirty-four,thO Irtr"i Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and nnbleach'd; him. Sarsaparilla we had heard.go much of,but had N. B. Purchase none'but such'as htriftypcra

;: five and thirty-six in township twenty-two, and Irish[ Linen, Diaper, Bishops{ and Long Lawn; It is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, little confidence, there'being so much stuff ad- that hide,the bottle! completely mi tin

' ..:. :J township twenty-three, (except Sections one to' Cambrics, Jaconet. Swiss and cross bar Muslims; i duly certified by the Clerk ofthis Court, be published vertised that worthless: but we are very the written signature ofb'.P,1tME1iD. ,
. ,:- 4.r;M six: inclusive)of range thirtyfour.Fractional Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves Suspenders; in some newspaper printed within the thankful that,we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Ofti to. 136 Fultcn4t.ScnL'nil&t

. :: '\: ; : township twenty-two, the four Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively the lives of both.. I write.this, that others may N. Y.Redding &''co.8 State-st.'BcitcnVI'j*

: ; ;' "i eastern tiers of Sections in township twenty- Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants for six months. be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully. & eons.'t32 North 'Sccond: 1'hihde11I!

':"o:' ;:.;;. aye and Secctions one to four inclusive Sections &C-. &&, &c. '[Signed .>THOS.,DOUGLAS, Judge. JOHN WILSON Jr. S.. Hance, druggist, JJ.Jtilnon;#.r :rolfc a

"J 7 ; .: nine to fifteen inclusive and Sections twentytwo U"wellal.ilk Gingham, and Cotton, in steel I, PETER B..DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, Myrtlp-ATcnue, Brooklyn, Sept 151841. Richmond; P. M.,.Cchen, Charleston;,:
.:. ::.. to twenty-seven inclusive, in township and whalebone frames; do hereby certify the above to be a true copy LUNATIC AYSLUM. & co. 151 (.hartr -!t. New Orletit; Cft1i
l : : twenty-six, of range thirty-five. Hardware of Order made and entered James IJearllt.lImny; R' ib'-Buckirk O2cIb(
& Cutlery-Knives, Scissors Razors; an duly of recordin Cnmmings, Esq one of the.Assistants .
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4.;' .:. ':: Fractional townships nineteen and twenty Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, the above.entitled cause on the sixteenth. ic the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell's Island, is the'. M.rket aDd"lJrond-sr ..KtWU'kiNjJ 'r
: ; of range thirty-six. Tea Trays; day of August, A.D.:; gentleman spoken of in the following letter: princip.il Druggists and SIcrcbantj gfswBj j
..: ; ::, At the land office at Tallahassee 1847.P. throughout the United West JndisiL1
; t ,commencing Collins Axes, Hammers Hatchets, Saws; B. DUMAS, i RHEUMATISM.This Mute
'..I'M-. :. on Monday. the twenty-third day of October Carriage Wrenches Halter Chains Pots, Kettles Clerk C. C. of St.John's County..Jan is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. 31. UK10),(Ageat *.
'f ." :. next for the disposal tf the public lands situated &o & 7 1848. lamf6m "JaksonflleFliIi1
0' of rheumatism:that Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla -
I within the undermentioned .. .- _. ,
( townships and4ai.i A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. : > has cured-The most severe and February, 1848.FOKWAKD. .l1:'
: \ parts townships, to wit: A Good Assortment and Tin War :
of Crockery '
. { South otthe base and ALACHUA HOUSE. J3L chronic cases are weekly'eradicated by its cx.traordinaryvinues ;
..; 'i line east otthe principal Boots t Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's $ : & ALDRICH.
,.:.' f: t'' m.crldir.n. Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A THE Subscriber having purchased the house BLACSWELL'S> ISLAND Sept. .ATTORNEYS AKD COUNSELtORS' ,ATWjfL !.
; The two,eastern tiers of Sictic.it in premises.formerly, owned and occupied 14,1847.DR.
( township variety of Fancy Articles Perfumery Medicines the several Co itstU1 I
in (
: ;.. )' the east half of tow three and by JW.Pearson.Esq. at Ne'wnansville TOWKSEND-Dear'Sir: 1 have suffered practice
7.4 twO nsLip town- ,
/ :. ., four the ,&c.Jacksonville E. F will be to. terribly for nine years withthe rheumatism; and Equity, in the'.tern'Cfi i .
; skip (except extern tier of Sections,) April : i48. ready: accommodate.Boardersand > ,.
::1 Wl A.
Ij considerable of the time I could not eat sleep St.'Augnstlne.
:.:': ". 1 of range three. Travellers after the 1st day of May next, ,
: : ;:'. Township two, (except Sections one to twelve and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as or work;I I had the most distressing pains and LEWIS Auatciijewnanzyi11e. t'i: ,11t.'

;..:.:4, .t: Inclusive, and Sections seventeen eighteen INVALUABLEFAMILY comfortable as possible..-He has good stabling, my limbs were terribly swollen.- have used :;
. : .I'i nineteen thirty and thirty-one) Sections six COMPANION.. and a first rate hostler always in attendance. four bottles of your SaISap rIUA.and.they.have WLF. C1t. .-. B:1.1- "f

'::\tf-. and seven in township three, and fractional GEO. M. GALPJN. done me more than one thousand dollars worth .ATTORNEY AND COUSZLL0, ATLr14ef1DI1 :

t.,;._!;:. 4 township ffve, (except Sections three, four, five SIX Lectures on Ctuses Prevention and Cur. Newnansville,April l5,148.HOLMES '6m ofood-Inm: so much better. u Indeed 1 am ---..-.-...-.. -ciJ..',
:r'f ;0 and six.) of range four. of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use WILL:attend to business ntut3t1 D
: Heart and all Female any
Diseases. 234 28 this for the benefit of the nffiicted.
. three and four and fractional ) pages, '
;.; : & CO. hands in of'the Courts in the Easttafrcuit
; any
engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Yours respectfully JAMES CUMMINGS.
J ,
.f of five. ,
t ) ; townshp. five range of Florida.FELIX. '
Mail HOLMES& have removed j
to 'C.Ot
: any part-postage 9j cts. _
:;:;. Township five of range six.1' MESSRS. COULD NOT WALK.
:, nine of twelve. Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders,_$2. of Merchandize to the large 'That Dr. LlVINGSTOlfi,=
/ \ Township range Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very
'..: : ::' Section oneeleven twelve thirteen Mil to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling building formerly occupied by the United States,
% fourteen best
] remedy for female complaints there is r3.
Tubes. Silver. S3.. by malt. .. letter. txuttaim.. *Ab. known as .the Government ,Building' yThey ATTORNEY ;
J j. >i J Sections twenty-three to t! n y- even inclusive, dominal Supporters or --- &----0- .--- have added to their'stock, by the late arrivals no .disputing; thousands and thousands of. ., ; .. !'JacovilhiFk
- perfect $3 to $10 for all
and sections tmny-iour, inirty-nve ana weak and Debilitated females that
tnirty- ,
- Ruptures Falling of the Bowels and'Womb from New York.. afull assortment of Dry.Goods were prostrated WILL practice in all the Courts f tht&*?
seven, and'townships eight and nine, of range 1 .by those 'diseases to':which'females are ,
Weak Groceries Hardware Provisions
and Back and tor &c Circuit
Chest sent ,
thirteen. ; by express i ;; : :ii.
were in the q
subject soon enjoyment robust :
2:-c'-: The fraction of township leve,situated west everywhere. For Braces or Supporters or which.they. ,are,'prepared.' *% to .sell.at' rcduccJprices. J health r* AUGUSTUS" C. 'GJLLFPt
. '''' of the Sawannee river otrange fourteen. Rupture Supporters, give height from head to r New You 23.1847.
sppropriatecbby toot circumference otperson.l1 the They are now prepared purchase e Cotton Sept. ATTORNEY COOKS211OR''' T
Lands law for the surface ,
use of D .TOWKSXHD Dear wife
-i- -. j-- tchools,'military or other purposes will be excluded !I ,just above the hips. If Rupture,mention I Hides, and other produce'of the country,*at the' the last* been-, 'Sir sick: and My in baa for And Commissioner ot Deed of theBtatf tfCao l lnecticut
t from the sales. which side. Agents wanted for the sale of the highest Market rates.'and_make'cash. advances year very ,a greatly within and tor.th State of JJ n
reduced .
14 .4 I. The offering of the above mentioned! lands above goods. Address Dr.. S. 8. FITCH, 707 on consignments'their 'friends in. Savannah. .. state:of.health such, being'as females reduced are liable:by, aTanietyofc i n "- ; .,J acxsovLL .
commenced Broadway, New York postpaid. and Charleston or New York 1 "
will ,
on the days -
appointed, and to she got so bad at length that she was.entirely : ; ;:
; : I '
1848. They article ;
.proceed in the order in which they are adver. April ly anew Wrought Iron unable walk and was helpless as a child ,CHARLES P; COOPEBiATTORMErAKD
with all Ploughs-to which they would call ; *
tised convenient dispatch until the respectfully she' miD :COUNSELtOKAT'i. ,
., whole shall have been offered 'and Fifty,DoIInEsUeward. the attention of Planters., need.uSing your Sarsaparilla and '<'
the:sales v she in the seTeral Courts
.:" ". WILL BE GIVEN" JaOkaO vile Noy. C;;184C; tf f immediately.began to regain her strength, Willpractic*
thus clesed. But no sale shall be BYr THE ?
) kept open her complaints left her and after taking several tern Circuit Florida. :_ :___ .: .tit'
: f'. longer than two weeks, and no private entry of undersigned for the apprehension :TYPE ,1. bottles ,. JncbonvifleE. o'v.1847.
P01JltDBY. .sheis restored .F
0' ; t. and : Being"a'singular, : _t r:
r of the lands will be admitted safe delivery into the J
'-it'' :. : any until after Dttval : 59 Gold,J corner, ;of,:Ann street; N.York.mHE I case I thought it might*do good to publish it.- .' i. '
Jail _
the. xplratlon of the two weeks. County of the fol-,. ; 'PEL :
: 't .TGiven under my hand at the City. of WashIngtion .: lowing negroes, to wit.:,Venis,.a:woman, Hana nT- >ubscriberhave taken the Type'FounJL : She med:a'number I remedies that'done her' i .,, .. .CID\RLE.- .-. .- 'H- ". V.tIJI"
"i -
( .thIitIZIr! day of July,'anno Domini nibald boy; Georgiano/a girl,'and what children -' dry, and U.L continue.t business:lately no-good-previouily. i __Yours, respectfully, ; I .An BT; ,iNn 'cpupssiws. .t'
, Ha: one. thousand'eight,hundred andtort-elh the above; named.Venis might have borned' conducted.by9bojlozThevwiI1 attend f d. R-iia i.JOHN! /MULLEN-- ,--.', 87.;.Norfolkst.f I 7'r.a.,. _., .4sd..J ';Rtvr, J-.icn': -J ,
:t ; By the President: since she:'has been absent supposed.be two.' to all orders they may>eceive.with punctuality' 'v : :Tj TD"ADIE8" '\' .practice eince1al 'CwSfSM.].
-:1o IoO three and EllickAno1dAfnjcaijrnan and ,disp4tch.I ll the typ manufactured by, <' '* ; 3 .
1 JAMES K. POLK. ? ", Eaee?Circuit k Florida?lisakffl o
4 M. The above them.will be Hand4Cast; and they will furnish ; J G BE.A7"-FEM.JlLE.M2DICINE7for '
RICHARD YOUNG fugitive'slaves hav
been bseJit'tor io W 'csra.wiH ,
aae$??: $ pr.
r .:;: Cosssinioncrofthe General Land Ojfice. nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS. allkinds of P il ;,'Material *,'of the best quol?; ucJ& OWJfS NR'A S LL\ s a sovereign -- ------P- -- Ir
Jacksonville March 25th it;..;:MiJ.fA. Overend isjtffl employed tosuperintending .and"speedy,cure ,mCIP:1entconsumpton" and,: ;''' 1U w' : 1 Ic1bhTh1r1Lt
: ; h 6m 0' .v'FJTrlU. -'
3' l.1- "
, .; NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANT: .. : the)mtrnufacturing"department. forthe"general. proatratofthoyst m..na r .1' PLi 1'rr ,
" 1.1 Eevery person 'entitled to the right of .Proprietors; ofnewsppers'who hon&tsd. mtteV'whether the1 result of inherent cause I
preemption CLARK & i
;t : t to of the lands LAWSON, vertised for the : illness aJ
; any within the townships "subscribers, who may publish"thLr or'causesj'produced by lirreguJarilf or
' FACTORS._ entzt1
r and parts of townships above enumerated, MJBE-- notice. for threa months; will'be(*entitled to accident oi;;'I-T Jt! & *-Q I i"4 Is required to establish the same to the satisfao- CHANTS, Savannah, Georgia,.tender their services receive pay '''oxpurehasing five times! >" .."Qthi11E.can, pt> lore eur riBiu than us.in* ; J.lylf i'P't1f't.'y.f

t/:.. f} tion of the Register and Receiver_ the proper to planters and cithers, and solicit consig- i the amount of their bill fo?advertising( i .'n;r gor/tting( ,*?tfects*bn. .*thejhumah frame:''''Ierson11YTweakneiind ;. -- 'I .. _...._ ,.J .
ments :
on cottoH and alt other b
;er .t: L 'Office and make kinds of lassitude
1 payment therefor' as country > a Q14Typs4taken n g lo ; ew a1 G.ci fromaldngi: $, :: ::i B. 14i'terh
t: f1 xoo*practicable after seeing this,notice/and produce. They,1' ,agents.,for, the.celebrated:. perjlb.;r''uft.w.ft ..LJ! l at.once become robust.nd fulljpfiejjergy.u der I.t CUEBEDGE,
#i :t. before the day appointed for the 'commencement Etowah Mills,,of Cass,county, from ,whom they .cal3r,Jhe-.Type wsyfiitn4ff!("NEWS"' its influence. It-immediatelyjjcountewcts th OOX3ELLZAN.11 lIOJt.

t.t ; of the public sale of the'lands embracing sreweckly.supplied,with-Flourfresh! .ground'and printed,Vaa, .cast at this establishment;:-..* *l is nere1es eOf1ieena1eframiwh1eiu1s: thegreat i Southada'N t :1;
H t ff the tract claimed,_otherwise such claim equal Northeri* flour.,? Thealaokeep: .. ," "'or tTenneS. 0 ill ..ldlrh11. 8&, '
h ,'If, will be, : :* dt *(%vfA. -,W HIIIC&r.TALOKL i cause f @' rt 41 .. 5 WjjJ
" fortelte4.. ,on) hand constantly,. osnaburgsrand 1 of in of ;l
1 yarns I ;Success.rs toEob rt It will bot'-b* expected us. eases .sodelicate
: *; from the Eatontonn.CartrighLPlanters ''l'J tJ !} ''r .t 1,." "on" ; .ft,.
; RICHARD M. YOUNG ( > ,/and Tsbany tt, 1"48.H: a,nature,to cihibit certificates of cures utile: .rom. ila 'rYWttfJi'f
l;. .. ._'CUioneroJth&GeMralLdMOIC4. e.dar\.8h08t manufactories" .which" .they eall at. jTt.t 1" '" : 'performed, but' we can assure the offljcllea. .that .- t.L'Ali' ''. >.; _. '- :. r 'dJ}.

.\ r -\ :...."..'_..! J:-,.848.- ",1Oins.frF. .. t1einanufacturingpdces. ,D" !*"HUJ' -7* *. 8 .(no1U\,1J 1, ie hundreds of cases have been reported to nV. tic "' !1t3SU..L cnra. 10.t ,t' Ml
f; 1 March;U, 848n oo V, .tq c; Sir EWM"B"L'ti' 7icg8' SlIo1t.nj"T. ill Pa' ;*JJRTTowSsMFnily;! rtfr -'

,; ,*;* T"Administrator's Notice. -u '- .' : rM.rJust. "IV" &. moch, tress b yesd/eneJJdpbiity' ,'and -cAIEs. : D VttI'W4

t-. -t::4oDthe LPJBRSONB Estate having of Mrs 'claims or demands' ; :. .. .U'TON'. ,.yr'u-p'f'l'Ht.f- 5'irJ.dJ' 22.- :" ?u i"i.iA ib r Li'2'.h.if "t sufiferinz.quntInnaflbY' .L' ..'jjain.ond with other. -.T'I.\ .-.rflT.. .ifiN i' ..
t 4..a I.
SOPhiaFlcmiiig H .rtftt" 1tfEED.f 't.i-.l..CJ8J'N
.\ .httaredttrs u AND.COMMISSIONJMERCHANT ? 4f difficul_ IlATJ g&owaeswhere, yourrtseivtd
. ori'cntitlet ,o distribution will. ,.. cViibwNSEND8! 'r t ,u..t'.t. Ctea."" '''tI.. '
Charleston, 5.C.. 'jlf I 8ABSAP Rt.f1A-i-k-.freaJa. JII tMt also 'Jjr SiLxv ia&tfftHVf ctyteanth3gnI
I Ltndsr.thinitbzttwo.yearsor they will : SKMBtN E"'E O:JatldonrEso iiear'JMt' l bI..IUpPl7i4TedsL fwlb.y4 1 i iI'EAB'I mend* Ibh caaI .. 1J tci&h rtr .

1 ..beba1frs&byJsw-Resous...111 Date: payment iidebid,** to. aaid* I sonvill:B"/"Gd;;: cDc dVchi ; cSS July 88. ''.2. A.ujila r IBU ,..GU4Jr A6.M.I rf dfa: &tt1 rExtractt4Ije.4Ii 1 t.a.I.Ti&it ..

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llmors,Chsrierton, .C.. c'-f. ON;: fJ' ij .. G1 1' .
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