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: October 7, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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Its chargea doThsrs wilt charged f ii announce.ti SAVANNAH resen ativc hais. Th 'extCnsion. Over ; -,.. '-'4'e 'in ConEress, anu goes 'ahead. 'ineven'
&I'Ar4ATEA FLA. further
p1eoppoea Ip
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1I ofcanJIt fur nthce.Ote : thecontinent. beyond the3ftio Grande enJaxgmg ifMrHolkird hia tn'otre
ftr II sMit 1. : : 0s4. J3Y 'THE Wty or of- :'' boun9ies 4f tleJlnioi_ ; and lhouah,

5 qutT.&t Del'3 Creitor : : 10 00SpIictiOfl DARIIN, BItUNSWICJK, ST. MAItYS.OEo.; (. urdinnnce' of. 1'787' ', is an object' ihepvesn the j latitude wbere.slaverv L 'e,,
e fI: Leuer tAdrninistration our.r JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK:4NI too high z4 pcrmancMto be afile 1s. to era, e yet 51k do I ,f : Etgnt hgLbLoL3put
"reiglUUS wsit be inserted gaIui. P1COLAT FLJoarDA. by Presidetz pes, &; 1)1.:5 rsJfkn not seve. 'that':;: : the bilpn' the talil.-thus piru.
aesiresor ..
personal comnuLiicatons w11e In connection with the Char'eston Daily ,* 4I tbis xtrictThe doctrine js .c1earilyaflirmed I .1 l :, ernre ct' Pprovs its extensrnn.-: fformiig'' htteik- 'f 'r'rfee il
eiverluletfleflts.Yur.r Mail Steam-packets at Savannah thetmer: that the whole subject f'slavery sentIments are a nuaran. than the..wuoleroop of o1ttical s :
$ { for Joti Printiig, must be paki on the SARAIL SPALIING, from I'alatka tto'.Lake tee tnt ne 5--- never n.tue *Ijgntest I -&.l 4b.4 ..
sxtension' is. be left .
: t 'tcr th 'Ii !
-I Uery(!the work.flrnnniCfl.OflI. Monroe, the U. S. Mail Stages, fronrl5icolata toSt. mahner, "interfete with 5the,. acion o lJ.aecompIit4so $1em
;:: flIUt lie' addressed. tn.X4VVVS August mc, and from.Black Creek,via NewnanBville unbiased action 01 Congress ; ?::4 that Congreswhij it e1Ml'ot'bid th 4ongasin 4heirpipqSitiot" ems

C. GiiLTT. posJ4ge paid.jjnlMflftiaCHLi Alligator, Mineral Springs andColumbus tliq.extension of 'thoordinance f i'Q7 :is ncsof ilavv'i kWri1iMv1 3.s% ? TLf, IilOt ; 4

to Tallahassee. territ ,' ? 4tir. / We have said exprel over..n&OYer
over nw ry4.is an object of too 'eterritoriee-jt ;
III:i Uts.I t the
OCAMULGEE ,,, repre riuttIves, a3iD iliatthe .
nt privates, 'Capt. ACIIASE.ST. highimprtancetobe balled by. Iesidential -. 'or'the v. tim.ap q zig,
lIE USh Price anti Suar& MATThEWS, P.'McNir.r. The pe.eio' and at no dista ; da-'whn'thbo
vetoes. whole
Captains ) coinIhInIC ground.ta. '
fit .. tOct u o Thtroll.d ,
Militiufor 'rvice iu the These packets leave Sarhii4it No rthwould hnt h thdlfonili '.
floriJa Mountt"l eveijTrEsiAyand ken by fr e soil meals here. fuJy! coered a grcudl'no h.j\ ,

18' who Itave itot yet signel tite ne ezIrr SATUnDAY Iouis ,at 10, 'c1 ck and ainrc 1i14. of :.- sl4very,' end atand.toit toa manWe ,-.
such 4
egtts ; iI1, approval '
at Ficolata in time for t1i I i1 senti"rne'nts ecut ive veto and
rdti11g to their c1ahn.in, the hawls igs togo 'atsf "- I'peed- da 'not h
w ver at '
pP' ertt
requested to do so without through to St. Augustine bcfore night every must humbla. opinion, not, that pre ; 4'

Tbeppers to be signeti are left with Thursday and Monday. bring any ,man within the pale of con.sistent new"aOjfra e tl3 t henev 'you any. matters e peitor thi 'Wkgi

'delAy. at (lie i'ost Oflice or may be signed Returning, lc avc Pulatka every TUESDAY and Northern supoitas far as .th Th'a r'theqties.tioi they are, ir cprresp ndeut ny ceit
cJoLPoflS. (lItELIORY YALE, FiunAy Mo1LMNa SLt 7.o'clock;touching asbovo concerited. ,well. y f ) ll'be pr ent 'd:d2rTflg tonour sunport Ai prews ( r'
tmyof1iCC. question is has Gn-
each _. official '
'' Thy ;
Agent Duval companies.JkFonciUe ay eral 1' the 1 hthmanity's'hall the gieat: %V1Vi" ar tzc certsiatocome
l'aylor, ab9ve
March 4, 1918. tf.' They arc both ion'p sscrc buatsIn complete gIven sentiments find hi'm&ii 'thiyieldi into over'wit1
order and his 'I 'e he haS'-- g G.
handsomcIy icspect
---- in every approvat answer, adv
TOT' 1' arc commanded by otisel1 The letter of'the : 'c nie; at their .beadand have a ccn-
sLcIo1i; ; gcntlenicn Signal dit r *aian.swered itii, tobemmet. ;' .( C
tl Yil1t NOTES to n'iy known experience on the route, and tleir pat1.on Gem in the'lisils ol Congress; dence, that the moment ongress.i4!

Agent CIUEOflY I A.I?. at Jacksonville, are assuretithat every nttentf6n will be1)aid by 'l'aylor, onthe 18tliof and ther jt is to'hedscjded, in"illpr pass a law tocircumnscribe tbe'uuxi' mi1
si1l be jnstitute'l immediately.ll'JItACE to the and May, 1847. It commence by acknowlsdging 475 &s,
.orBUitS safety comfortofpa'engers, bability, during. the conhinuanfe'of'Mr. gated curie' .Withn.th.rljni of the 4I
IIOLCOMB.Aug.19,11S. and to the careful haiidIin of freight.AGENTS ,the 'receipt ofvour letter, Polk's adminjstraton. ,
Let.thepeoplgf Constitution
4t with the enclosure of as interpretedbyj
: edithi l
yoUr x4tracted
the fre.
Brooks & Savnnnli.A. to.their.represen.. Webster nizd.other ofou t _
kNOTICE.. Tupper, from the. Signal of the 13thApril'and ;
.A. DeLorinc DariemI. tativesW--.Leeeer of Hon.George:1qshmun : that uckWbilt&ilL
?!mflm1flg momnint
WEEKS nftcr Ltte, 1 shall apply to the then
S IX honorable the Judge of Probates of Colunibift ( Friedhtnder, 'Brunswick. his duties will proceeds'to .ay, that fl4ig ,nz ,zither of Congre from ieived Taylor's signatur. CvThWe ," k
not .
John IJessent permithim to'ttnswer
for Itters of Administration $t. Marys. Massqchusett:,to s'I us that it tandve 5 ,
County. wilknot1 will ,
Fernandez & Bisbec Jacksonville.A. the 'letter in the' teims'demanded iticourtesythat ptil ,5
S. Gill deceased. ltte oti4 Because '
on the estate of Joseph Coy the. Southern ,,States have down'his namefrom otr ,4 1 '
Black Creckleo. he did paper.
II. CIIAVEItS..4iligator not seek the
drnand&Iand $4h
codnty. iigust 12, 1S4S. ( ( ooley. Picolati: Presidency and hoped 'when the ,, insisted upon. having "What, ve say again, then, does our ..

S. P. Hawkins, Ialatka; war as it 8n qua.nod, a candidate, for the, friend'A Freeman,' want, that we an. itt1" "

-i--i: nistra to v's Notice.IIIE E. Lafitte & Co.; Charleston.N. was over, to find in the society of his Pr 3id nr pl1ged1 theextension ofelavery'th not give him I Dos hiwant lI"J

1i.-Gouls consigned ti' the Agents forwarded family and particular friends, and in Ba any ,
Subscriber, having qualified as Adminjstrator rnburn ers have naturally stronger opposition Ici s1ave 1wherewiIl
on the Estate of the late Robert free of commission. Freights from Savannali occupations more congenial to his,wishes andropel enouh.
eptrated froln : he find. it nOerteov.i'i'dover 4dJp4 P.
and Charleston and all : ,
Notictis hereby given, to all : way freight a more tranquil and satisfactory life their ? '
.LiingtoIi, Southern'
payable by shippers.3eptember 1leages'upon !his single again, than in dur colu'mn'S'1i 4',
rl it anti 1)1 st rilutces1a than
ersomm (( ()rs, l.egitec high hOnor arid '
ethers.) lmaviiir demniiilm nainsttate. O, iSIS. ty responsibility questoii, of ; jt as iurouthe b forethe; Buffhilo Conventh tjjtvc
conf'cr Then
in thefol.
.(0 present tIteit prpcrly autlsezitiemted.ltbin -- IT comes colleuei'hive'dethadaedsuchpledges say now, that we are ready (or any ; 4I4tIq

the time >ed by law: to the Su1- ELREN lowing important paragraph : fr9tTi' '0'U' thidklat1 and and all 'movements, juit andropi4d

scriber, if by iyiai1 jiid or this notice will "With these remarks, trustyouvilI lather, on th. '&iifl.ms confine the evii wihin Iinits dictated .

Imeplead in bar of tti recovery. pardon' inc for thus briefly replying 1' dd"io't 'to61he 'iicifCongte3ieviiif. ,:I4.i..,
JAMES A. PEDEN. At1mi.eciiansvUlc !i nis fltbit by right. Bat vetfiirilhber is a pow.. '4
to whwh I'do wit/ui HIGH .
July. 13, ISIS.dIa23aSi1'11V'S 1) EGS 1411A\L to inform the citizens of you and, OPINION it be, an th r rdin.ance'iiketh er already orking for th'send, and !

I_) .Jacksonville aii'it vicinity, thath ILaS APROVAL of ij'SENTl'. twhich-pertufed 'fe' : spirit makih'g for tIis end, and that pow.. '
NOIiCC.A opened an establishment next door to tho Post MENTS, and IESVS embraced in your dom 'in the 'Northwesterti Terri1or ,)' er and" that spirit'ari' th body and ;
l.L1 PERSOXS nterestcI in $hc Estate of ( iice where he is editorial.! .
prepared to execute nil man- nosbch Separ ti& "i for u spirit r theVhigparty. This
., the late Joshua Miller, are hereby nuLl- tier of vork in l is Ii ne of b'isiiess. lie pledges "Now 'ask is there ; I
That ou the 1st day of.Jauuary, 1819, Iihl himself to make up garnents in the very best we not amdaur.ly no coalition "wiihB riil zr.ner.with party has iei" bnforijuitice. aT d (

: 1rcsent my 8CCsUflt$ flutI vouclwrs, as AtlJuintrator manner, and that all made in this establishment 'some assurance' ofperfec't iii&rialityon whom if we wir. truth; it istor ih t n wjan&tbin ,j,_ 'c
to the lion. Judge of l'rvbtes in 5h811 give antple satisfaction as to fit anti finish.A the subject in qtiestiont. .Ioesnot' the result would bethe: election'of Gem 'iant the time onmesi t ; it thi 't

dforAlachuo County, for a final settlement small supply of good cloths will be General 'fylor beret impprove.of leaving Cafl ;4
kept on ,' withthe principle of' th&exteision from the monster, the Whigs will d ,it
and discharge from the further administration hand, which will be increased as occasion th settlerrientof the .
question t Does
ifiald, ctate, ant shall pray a distribution require. Terms cash. ,, by : 'A: Freem& want more ja6vr1 ," wfl't
tbereot. 'JOSI\IL SECKINGEIL A'lm'r..Newnansyill Jacksonville, Scpt..23, 1848. 4t Repreitatives.pf the people 1, VIiIj the people of all'iheadzni i8tt'ati n'of1r. ""Or s it'aft. r all, ,, ,
July 1t, ISIS. Cm assurance, more doe. the Tribune wish Folk. i 5" ,, bIi.vethat with iei S Tylorr4: 'l t

-.- ExeCLItm'S Notice. CHILD BJRTEL.A Ouglii,, iu-*.. 'th.": frsJi'asura' ce"' liere jr :glien. "Btvhjit itThsl and does heed :; 4t'1

MONThS after late, I shall apply to the VALULBLE SCIETIFJC WORK, upon coupled vttn theassurance :tui the Ahi.jetter in u'I ,

S Jutige (St I'robate of luv l county, for 1. the s bjectof.Get tion and Cldl1-Thrth1 to satefy every god WbIj treaty C'anneedeTh& tjiy -4.if iTn!,(:) zvALt)5c'"L f *

tal dIschrgc from my Eecutership of the by it. il. V iss lhoffM.D.'iat, of1&ri j t ;end free. il Dsmo. rnt.., .of the'ethi nt 1 ihoi biaet!thv thingieI"jLet
.1 legislation
decenset :,1 1).i:4.LJ1.consstencv
B. Roberts the author. I
sEtate ofjamcs published by S
; and Prppriety of 8uItanmg th th I arn4& *
,, theIr in 9hehandi'ofCohgrei theyJv1lI leath,1iV '
E'r. This "' '
tli ISIS. : QyitaiIs information 3
My: WiM wor upon subjectsof '
._ ,: the liig1ies irnp9rtanpe to marriott persons and', sunportinteneral:, ..: 1 1 aylor. when' : *hOi dt'9) on all'constitutietil they will not be deaf and blind titlthstrnth.4hatt'Ge 1 rilk

a ro'iic. or those co t mplatiug nharriage. Itwill, be the only aItrnative' r s ,the election'iMt.eneral of qiaeiiic'n ; settIedb pre; ITaylorisa whigliatiiinclpIeVisin ,'

S IX MONThS after slate, 1 shall present my found of special 'value to the whose' thean t.ass --Piusourg Gazette. ced nt, GenmTaylor pedg! himselfto'approveJfhe favor ,dffpa ppo cdt5tonlhvar4believ : ,I
mn(1voucl1cr3 Aduiiiiistratriz oflstateofIIeury
accounts as health
'or has.
Not only General Taylor u'n u
s slivrytobe
Barnaril Jr. late.of Duvaleountydeccased i Nathan DaneOrdinarce
them to increasc the iiupiber of their:ftinlly, S. e4t' '
to the 110)1. Jiulge ol'robatec formlv' avowed himself'a'whrg; utne restricti frOm the country, and !)
without great ir1conycnin3e, suffering, r pert J' IL d : ng' 'slaveryw obtaitiing ajfotbol4in
sail couuty fur a final settlement of said haps risk oflife. A method of voidin these :authorzc4.the- buisiana delegai1on.Jn thNorthw t cnteritoryi''is ( :mination"and ci Oppose&tQthenttkrexten 1'b,

Lstateaud, shall. at tlm same time, tjply fur. troubles.minsi cEuigers at wil1 (recently tlisco'vered :theConvention to say t1iatbe deeined'the apreceden Qe TnyIorj ifdiupoS sion)ofa1ftve Ierritory.7 Wiei i'L? ]
Lt1ers of Djmnissiou as such Ailministraitri; f.'which celebratcd French ii
by it physician) fully welfareof ourcountry requires achniig ed they shall 1ernbehingavqbq, t,
interested in saId Estate ,,
all persons aroeitecl communicated in this work, so that any eron o1 coVdek'I
to take notice. may avail himself of it atOnce. The meins menandmeaurps.in t {pas .9l'k ljeve4thatno IT1Lwhp trulyIoestJeWIiig 4 i

IIENIUETT ; Bt5ltNAltD, Adni'x.ae1sonville cost omparatively'nbthing, and the vithin the I'to' arrt' .' '_J4."e' 5fl c 5natIonat jartyart 'its :!i
Marcli4 14S. Cm reach of Ku. The;process is'flOWj?smfe, l fallible a'uairs. ;;
NOTIC. convenent, simp1j.tnd caunot.nqre ,th I :'i ESI4CtllC endorprnppt.pfbisWJij an,act, he wilappr9vet.---.iYew: 1canfor a moment' hesitate ;1 )
: health o'fthc niost delicate. Nor loes it 'cur- u

QIX MONTI 'after date,I shall present inyiJ taIl matrimonial priveleges in the ieast. York xvres.,. q, J ,j '5, .'', his4dtzty lJs41cT! ?
.ccounts awl vouchers as Eiecutor of the C6piiof tlii's orkwill be 'snt'Imfilose t piomrn t indifl'erent dk4d zealous pp9Lpofl i 1a'
,weon 'A
E&tatc ofJamcs JLRoberts, deceased, to the envelope, at a single letter postage, toany part portions of the country testify .Lt9 ;')
j.4 'ii."i -
Yiage of Probate of this county, for settlement of the United States for $1 sent, postage paid, to his devotion' tq the rincip1eottheWhig : syy queston, except posibyhesiavery 4heAtlasFurt1ier: upporbjt hj

and allowance byltitn; 1nd at the same time, IEball to Dr. R. 31. WiISSELIIOFF, JJox 2710, New Hon. Thoniai oIwin f quelionandeven,,on thaL .bis J
apply to the saId Judge or Court, fur anal York City. Copyright secured. No Bookieller trty. views pariculary! are safe even forus.I position by publishing.th fullowjng ; .

discharge from my Eecutorship of the allowed to sell this work Ohio, says : I H ls: W'' of the layschoo1, andif, : Colonel Johnson, of UpperPique.'Qhipwhowas 1;? i,. .

t.ate ofsztid James B. ]toberts, deceased. Sept. 16. 3m 'S 'Gen. 'l'aylor was oppose4 'to the elected will suriouud selected. y the .Whip 1'q p. !i fi4'I4;
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JOhN ltOBl1tTSE'ceutOr of the ----- -=._-_______,_ annexationof Texai. orMiarni as their aelegate& tothe i'
last Will &c. ofjas. lLRobert; dec. Gell. Taylor'sNortlierii' Face.E 'I t' djqosil: 'o any further exten.sion himself with a good :vention-a 'stttiruihund bted 'Whig,
April 22, iS iS. Cfllr his adiItti fl, will &e conducted.on .
of our territ ry at present, and whohai: in'arlonglifedeyot; ; d toithocaus ,
? E coTIsuEo.J t' e gethiinehig p1aflorm. He '
r IENJJMENT TO TUC.rntituiioii probablyfor. all timeto, come. ;rdone it at ervit.adelegato 143a
"FIuE TERRITORY.-Amongst sever. li nevet e n ashamed 'to alcndJ1b j
of the $Intu of Florido.Proosif 'That, although a slavebolder, he : to Harrisburg in: 1839ndtoUaIsj,
al toGoy. Jones low counsel affairs where
questions propounded in military
(lflI a-r'eu1 to &' the ihird General As.rmMy considers slavery anevil, and does not 'iore! mtGeneral
during his speech here all of which: he h has feltmost1at horn and i npolitjc
Genera ;
.c'ikct Ic' Ike CCIiOU oft/te 7icca ;
; deeni it' to extendor increase:it.'S and
right 'Taylor.loug .intirnately
answered with entire frankness and resjecting vhich he'does 'not pi1eS t !
'Tha deernedtheMexi ha2is
.1N ACT to ameliLt the 12th Clause oftbo th&rtick courtesy, was one asking him if he believed heaIsvty3 ,. have othorough' "a;knoiv1 de as;our experien'c f'"I

of the Constitution of this State, softbt General 'i'aylorwas ia favor of caLl, war' impolitic. and without justi4 a.tion. d ; 1i' vilI'ioltbIy tall thatwefZ coulddesjre upoth

the Judges of the Circuit Courts Iiallio14 point
the extension of slave territory. Gov. Iie gbveiitid,5tda great'opiniori'
their offices for a term of eight years, i' 'Andthat on all otherdoctrines of hirn'declarekwith mucji forcethatJ
said ; that he did ihos vfiom henaelect'for
behavior.ECT1ON Jones eply, not profess of ,
instead of during good
and kflOW General the Whi'gpartyhis principles e comci "his 'oiiiis ll r' gfiEld regarde4cotinryniia
1. Be ii enoced by the &nate to Taylor's opinions ours.-Ric/imond mdi.na --'Sprj

Ioztse of Wrc''la"! S of ilie State of Florida upon this, to Southern men, rnomt delicate dent ( (&th ) G th expressed ,aatrong4eziecouI&getrid r

1* General iLcecnilconvcted, That the 12thCbtuse and painful subject. Bqt h. de- ) Palladium, July 4. ;',i4; -
The is from the New'Hamp-
of the. .Lli Article of the Constitution of 1848. following ofialtogetber ; n4C ; 4 4:
dared it as his firm convictIon, Tr m 'VAS1IINGTON,, VIaVq1I 1, 't 't 'S sflt 'J :, J
this tijte be so amended as to read a.s foilow ihire.Statesmanavio1ent ItyIp hig lphnqn r4yi4pri
from his Gentlemer :, Sn e ingrnlet.ter
i2 'fh.at at the cpiration cfthe present term what he knew ot the man, ipd that Geer l
Circuit Courts that if ofyeterday .1 have. referre4 tothe paper, :r tf fF:;'
foffice of the Jndgcs of the public sefltiments, Congress .s,,

witk the exception hereinafter mentioned, the should pass a laW prohibiting the ext n- 'Signal correspondence,' and flnd u, on "'DEFEA.T O TiIB CoRoIIsk"BiLL. j ,' $ltt

Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Julgeof aka of slavery to the new territory, the point herein ,r ferred to, to le as -n another coIumnvill be-found a,' 'vI errit ry'that xniyj
te ( rcuit Courts shall be elected for a t cnn jhe ,tJriorm. ,J.'ol
oteiht hold their ofilces fur Gen.Taylor would not veto it. Mi weat follows somewhat 'full account-of'the proceedings 4 ;

4atteftl year,unless and sooner shall removed under the proh4on5 the North had to do, he saidwouldbe 'I'he editor of the Signal says: :"The ,ilY both' bi'anchei br Congress up.on yeqembered,: fr1ThI )4ck%!!! .p9fl

made in this Constitution, for the reuioT&lOfJudges to elect me ibers of Congress, who: extension over th ,the cmpromieJi1lfromthich; jtwjllbe.

by address or impeachment; and would pzss such a bill, ii d 'General Rio GTande of.th dinance f,177 isan '1t'lf'Li! *

for' tIful neglect ot duty, or other reasonable for Taylor would not interpose ,tlie veto to, object: too" high and, permanent tobe aw i 1tleIouseot theedltorobeA1bauy
nse, hich shall not be sufflcint ground ; ) lj'jhek
lmpemeii the Governor shall rcniove any dciett it \Tlat more do we want 'i": baffled by Presidential vetoes. Al1 ; acL oWi, from, the.,,mostUflqUetIonabTe i

'Otthcni. o the :td'lrcs of two-thirds of the -.,qubuin (A' YIdvertiser.. that we asIc; of the incumbent ofthel; PP9 '-.that4cu.Tayior4is 4e iled.. <

'hneral Assembly: Provided, JiQiverer, That the "in April, l47, Jiti es W. Taylor, highest offit'e :under the ConstiIuti9u, ljhcik. 4 auiljority and trgr.' t '

*Us orcanses halI bestated atlength in such Eeq., Editor of the- Cincinnati SignaI, is to hol his hand, to,, bow, tothe wi1lof :Jy .
'4Jres j entered the Journmtls of each actor ,nQvetneat ofJjoyernmentinfa..53II"
lIou& ilad prot'ided, further, That the cause forrarded to General Titylor, then at the nconle as promulaated in legis1ative :, t

,.r causei shall be notified to the J udge so intende4 the camp near Monterey, an editorial farms; and restai the-exetiitive .L4,4 political '4s-rg..l

tobe removed, ansi he shall b admitted ta article, which had appe'ed in the Sig.. action, in its appropriate, :cba.flnels'- '- aiGe9. :--. .! croakbrfnuhpndin abolitionists and ,;_' NO'fliE : !1 4

haring in his own defenec, before any vote nallayUlgdoWn a s 'rt of Presidential i IayIor,,' in ,' '? bWfri ( i s ;,. ,'a'a6dta'' u 'S'EREBGiVEoili pthona Ink4d

orpich removal shall pass: and in such Cuses and asking. him for his opinion "high opinion and approvatoftiments have preferred st i :tiq 5M '5holdact"otber. : flhat: iil.UiIr,wido!.o q. tie%
the vot shall be taken by Yeas and nays ftndtereiIon phitform, ', liotdeceasedhis.ilc4n baiiC ktotCotuubz
and, views embrac 4 inyour wA he'wrnL more corns -
doctrines therein broached. _wJse. ever ,
the .Jurnals of cacit house icspectiely. of ,' t -C' tt5'k' .531 t'J '' ( ouutyher titlo f rilsr'aiuiththe'iill ,
From the editoriaFin uestiqu, we take '(his' ) edjtorials 5t 3 'itt' pl ey. ? : i'p1y torthasItimith1tt1iereofin

'&c.2. Be itfurthcr CU7CtCul, Thtt Judges the foUovingext.rnct ', .' Y.' rs,_&c. A.' STEWAR'I'.a croakers, thaupon this ,occaslon.- onsmontlt aftsate 1l :
:dr f4 : j.g
: 'inder thIs amended('onstitutiankall.t of.8afety for those 'l'he 'nbove letter is frornthat rabid! Since thenominatiOfl 01 Gen1'ayi'r
"l'he path '
CIas5S. The ' i : ': :' .
(ljVjd5tj by lot into four ; onventwn they.II Alligator, Aug. 19, 14S. tm. ,
Presidential and yth9jiiNttionaI __
4rstclass shall bold hi or theirffiCe or offices who may unicrujiulou hightrifIWhTgAfl'd -- 1

for the term of two years, the second fur thok1mOffouryeaz. oil(; ; is.to'rest in thedischirgeof the1 t w Sthvdtt'' mber' 'C ., ave 1'kY cnarcdthc whigs -s. ":Notcir s611 iA ,

the third for the term of six Executive fIdiCtjOflS1 ti1id' et tiu'legis- frotnl'einsytvanma z nnd 'was a add ressed, ina'Titset P : tTiir ffesouI-, c5J 'proteszonSi after dat ,1 IU appMJttodtothOflOitfldbtPrObateZ foCotuntb
:ears. the fourth tor.the (cmi ofcgl4 years. vill tbt to theeditors of ths Natiorinrrntclligen'cerriU ,with desertin ttlQ doctrin laiti, down
.;M Constitutional 1fl.Jorzty .- lathe of people : ,,,. '. '(55; t flY' .L; Y.ntht1up&t1
,. lecvmber the Senate 22. 1S47.by.tlmc Passe'1 tlt ,liousoftepresent.ttive thUd enactment. 'ib AmeriCt1npe9pIe41e which'psjiit: 'fitnipered'i; $ ueing re z teoLJocIktiihtcotsn.1th .

1y the Constitutional m'ZtrLty out to 1tS1ZUC therCSpOflsibdity "( &"fttylOr (sG'Rhm n) 'Wi ?

.lanunry 3' LS'Lb.JJ'ri1 of'fr: niug not' 3'q'my 4 preferenEe.tr, but"'f"I believe z him to lasting d iigrac HOf

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r ( '- -- -'- TmIIEi'oir.THE Jiie 'ft1i
ROLtNl WAND ; aJ 1if. t\rtJad

:: l 1 ;:l .t slavery were hot half 'as XPllcifor'aUsfacto-l ThCC' UUtTEICCtt0: !$ Inn OCK-F :'IJ1LYM.. R1Lu.... 1Ic dlnli.(. r liflui. a ct
\B'f r1 S &tfrnsi of tit election? :, .o- .. gucnt
"btfi&in '
If Jfo "
r. the T in by Wht f .
? T G1e tbShtj
,' {A.\.. .1C. ',< .<' .' ty to South M thole ,, '"Th 1primprovetnent act l II s .\ f J '. 'l' .
r. I{ -i ')&ii4;, Lb4DeurAkYOtt .! : tho of intelligence t Ilut In the meiu1i iei. o
ho abandoneda| P.Cfi only o 'edu-.I dfaVion ,. pr dot, d .
fi JACKSONVILLE i*. '. -; ;Qr"faS_._,.j-,--'1* ., *:1848.i : trtfy thVonjy sa$ 'countjf-$$$austi4e4 AJlotal',4efctjfieThj1ven v .:;*hicU ro!calculated direetly to make men free. UP011ti: Inreg 'natitut1 l --l rI
> "' ''IO'.'.1-1- .'' r MfelRUcd fci *r i? 1.'inntorit vTtofalltteir .rla r pelic'-oftke: tber1d, ,to wako men slaves ;nn .1tCtOU t,&&wpkeetlaIro
nI* M ,
. ,. _, .'----- gS uarI for tho $ Southern-States, ,The wh te A. should' prefer.at all times,.a;Northern man aentjlLnitcLa ; :
1'. nV1 orthern press and all northern Statesmen pro- candidates. :WMIothero has.been* gain .for :th6 Presidericy W .rather, man who .is 1)'r tates.ma..dtd""Ja .
i.. or'tJtr.- ; clatn that atf fh'ey wanlt oTGc .otiS thW of35 on ttopemolStio vote'ot 184; -thtf>Whigs not iv ll 1der.or alaves; I wish the public!were f1ltaty''i 'impet"4tmt nd.iaatttl .. .
'views but they ,are not. They do not juncture with am\unusual .
of ; interegtFliAv'o R
t' 'f have had'an ftcceIS(uLOflfi7.:jpjQ my :
;. }o i4 It to leave government in tho hands of Congress. a greuwith1fl.Soiam content 1o agree with : bcenifrpmit3paramount lirst.' -

iiI"t_ '- f. :That,effected, theyhavp no.doubts that they, : ? ,.1tialways. ';easy after: .an_ clectIonf0rth0: th i. :'I donotjhowever; agree ,that a Northcrid.oughface. ItK J e al qii !lo agttatiOJJ rdinate t i- : JJ'

;:14f 'can exclude slaveholders from thojjnjoyments ; ; i8i1 5i party tO lSSi 9PW': Cor-'?%: "' : .is."equal, .or is to bo be trustedliko 'I' issue to which*l' .o'1"-a7b"" ,
t \fi **-5! "ViA* \hrow-Duiathos6nomos "tons 'Southern i Whig., "Isthero n6' difference havo heretoforeregardedtnz.ofsecondaTyimportance.it ,
satisfactory ,
( _:_"_ 'I ------- I,' of And recently wo find southern I a : I1 -nr4tiIr'
,-, J new territory. . ,.. .* : : Saathcrn'-\Vhg nd- i 1 J'it
> : *l. < -;" : ;e'Ztt&m"hnm1ii ,e .between.Henry1rClagr-: ,r e; t: \_
t 'itFoJi'1'RUIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES ; 'HThlg statesmen who"dccTare'lKat- if GeiT. flC- .appears 0 uO .IUO .11" ".t ; James K.'Polk orLewis"Cass. -'.I1 d!--w elected
".! ;iT: !EW OASS : refuses.to veto .th c'Wi1m! proviso, he; will b .'or D bi b tir i rS::J4DQ.p ttics axc : the; form xin, 1844 docs any..ono suppose that :not.decizie-cannOt, be otherwise thmid,ilii'

. ... >'t"; i. .-11.'.*"= .. ''s sustained the'whig' p rtiJort1Uni :- th {fiwh f&' 'r ngt i (fthf hig\'b dito :wfeeUould have had Texas ann xedor.thatvre ti.il. ..Indeed the action of the 8ont' ,

#.p:" OF MICHIGAN. by iigb\t dt opr. tJ;rcft.c"j h h? fcd'tli should-ifhaTabecome involved in any;warwitrMexico Presidential election forin ,-in ql
"_ *; u. has been radical hang the Sa-
.' ThuSj'thcro n 1"ihoh' f.' rAnd ,'and that new territorywouldhavo.been: :the steps in tho, series, of vemcnt.s"blt"
2 ;.y ::;;; TOR VlCn PRESIDENT: ii ._ d. :N"il'l 0 Stl 'mni : .
) this vital

sue between thopar.ies on r gained, over Which to extend slaVcry ? our rights are to bo li :'i "

!! "'-WILLIAM. 0. bUTLER, Before the nominationsVcro made by thePhiladdphia 7' th'? MinJ rbtt; f1XSt timocujoyc&bOeges1ofour y ; "But Congress'will'settle 'th 8.question, of With; full reganlto.all pending isst .ie "

.. < n! ., ,., f frottut1on a'il n r<. .noRittisftTction thoI extension. Should Cass come in as
,, t OF KENT1'(tT. ,Convention, tho'Union was divided on. f ; I slavery ::1Ir. to.prospcctivemovementayl am .: ;
hI' Ucfcat *shall 'have Ho" cast' vote1 for CA .nnl Vdo l1st
:: r of cniovinsc our ,use my ,1hrrult
. ; the question whether slaveryshould;exist jn. v n.Tir?Ql- "l''r { &J1\J.. ,
,,.- the patronage and power of tho government ;: it without doubting, and -ithaclr "
t :\ FOR, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : the new territories. .The; events ,in Congress; 1Iv- Wlfttiirop fl)4Cfl.T13TlOV. oxtentl it.t Should Gen.Taylor come inWhig tion. that it is right.T'c&rdially'approved'tlib. _, Ior

'1 GifcO. R.. FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns during the'last:session show, that the questi9n. "i{Th' particular friend'6f. our ""young\ and tal- policy will prevail/and the.will notkexcrthis course jdor41't
V the ;
U' t.
to : Flol .DdC'
."t.. Gaasden. now is .whether: ,.th .E9wcr shi1l'e givento,i tCti"-'ne r nlativc-<'o.ndhis'" Whig"colleagues power. so objc atJQq'I l "Co i\-b\j f "
: CHARLES H..JDUPONT, of ,' ; l -#; M" *: V *. -* ;*- ,* .' Baltimore.; No other1contlac t.jf oui '

, Elf' JOHN MILTON of Jackson County. Congress to abolish slavery ,altogether.,, ; Mr.'HVixTimor r, 'the 8prcakcr of the:pre "Butiwhat.is there in this new,third party judgment have.been consUtent/Ri*'<"'' 'JJt",l;' &hat

'. ., In this state of things, ,tho Democracy of the, at all seductive to ?. it the well <
;J A-.. ._- .- sent llousb of' Rcprcscnlatiycs, has recbutlymatte us Why, adopts a portion structions or understoodofthcirtxmstitncncy "ICD
T : : south havo ,no. choice.. \: ,They pledge their I an elaborate speech before; "the Whig Stat, of our own Ctc.d on the point- 'shivery- They') ? Subsequent .
i: *!" 'ELECTION RETURNS. whole'undivided.support to Gen CASS, as the I say that they are in.favor.of Free SoUr and that vindicated 'tbtt correctness\Wthtir ':
; ,
10 *. f Convention of'1aahsptfs. ;' strenuously, urging their candidate has so changed; his ,mind of action., I believe that if the South ha :
.., r- .i.,.: DUVAL COUNTV.g .. only candidate who is .opposed to giving such:; tho support of Gen.'TAYLOR :'by the Northcrn late, that if elected ho. will consent,to abolish with united voiccy.from their brttJartDb. n

.-1"," ,""J.' I '. c. Q. d un-constitutional power Congress, and tho 'Whigs. As' ho is good. authority here, slavery in thc.Dlst.rlct. of Columbia,provided a Convention, a distinct recognition of. th tit;
,.'.." :.. : .c candidate who is explicitly pledged to veto Congree can be,found who will bill trine of the Virginia Resolutions tl1t
.,. CI :;: In .J:1. .In only downSo according to:Mr..CABErr, wo commend pass a pro of 1847
v)t' ; + t k >: == :1 k c1 :1. the Wilmot Proviso: Our position is clear,-and, to Democratic brethren the'following viding.for, :-'a safe n.vo 'a.1JJr'theyarc to electthe Democratic Party, planting itself as.i'd;

:.: .U 0) .24 a '- P 0 in it our Congress. Now is not this W/ttg principle, past'upon the :Constitution, of their.q ;
.". :." J U _d C) 0 0 s-I J:1 d the only difficulty understanding presents choiCe' sentiments,of Southern Whiggery, bc- and a were reiteration:of what the, Whigs mavitain would have adopted tho issue ;nu4' ", thU

t".1.: __) E-t 0 .-; O itself to those who, for party's sake, would abolish causo Mr.'CABEU gives us to understand Mr.WMJTHUOP '? Take fret1 speach too jthi hit the Whig tf) tho justice and intelligence of thh\bl4

,.; '.. For Governor, slavery altogether.Such is no 1nOrO' f 0.0'ab 1itiohts't than he party fought Jar it, for years, wider the guidance r opIe,'wonlJ havo. achieved a tflUiupl h t DI
Bailey S6 51 I 25 43 27 8 241 also, is the position' of Mr. YULEE on' is himself. In his speech'Mr.W: thus distinct: of the late John Quincy Adams? In shott, thty would havo made'glad,the heart ore'C17

..! :: .nrow'n, 139 49 27 1 3 40 15 274 this We have no means of ascertainingthe promise no more than ice Whigs have bag'!romiscd. riot. and; consolidated the/'Unn 4J.tho 1tl
point. Wilmost .
traces Gen. position on : .
r1 Representative.. ly ,, "i i'C31! Tbcir banners inscribed TrititKJ
sentiments of this gentleman other than -
:-i: Duval, 84 49 1 25 43 26 S 236 Proviso; ._ issue of EQFALITT OP raESTATEs7ian"

!, *Cabell, 141 51 27 1 1 41 15 277 by his speeches in Congress, and his letter to o.eu.'rly10r has not given 0 osittvq pc g :, Wiliuot'a Coagvcs nl Diitricl voices raised to the old Rep blic1D ::8h\ h" olp1

;-t\o, For Assemblymen.tfittCgan the Marion committee. But they are there f wltli rc.Id t? hQ WbiUV proo: ; anti br,one, : ,Tho "Pennsylyanian" of the 21st ult.. says- THE CoxsTiTtrripji AID EQUAL RiunVcould.it !,Oy ,

4 : 7S 60 2 22 43 26 8 239 clearly -* l tintttly expressed. And yj; trio I ilo not hCHt.J.to\ to say that I rejOIce that bo We announced"a few days ago the Democratic have been otherwise? They 'Woo\f irP.

. Palmer, SS 43 1 21 .13 24 8 033 I intelligent and consistent Whiggcry Florida has not done so. 1 rejoice. that f ri. Taylor, conferees of the Congressional district, composed have triumphed', and the country vuulJ?'I P.bJ
.. 25 3 3 31 15 :;i'tSuui'1ii beenatpcace. / "
: *Bryant 140 37 if he'comcs into tho Presidencywill be unpledged -
; have the effrontery to that even Mr. YuLE 'of the counties ) and Not satisfied with the 'action
40 271 3 S6 15 255 say is raJtit\'Sl1sqnelann\ of the Contra! p1F'
l: i 133 upon any'issue whatever; that he to.COPV1
...2 ,. wishes tto destroy the equality of Florida" among in only.committal to this.principle, which my excellcut Tioga, had nominated David. Wilmot for Congress tion. anxious in'!behalf:of::the just rHUs nOttthyucertl. .JJI

' lt' NASSAU COUNTY. the states of the confederacy. An article friend who llrcf llqd.f1c hasso. well illustrated and gave 'a brief history'pI'the transac n or the IhrcClOn which CipidrJ '!
; dcv wou1tl
? j .. e J.or"t' in the two last numbers of the "Republi I that tIlt Jol'ldtlfrtr/ expressed by tion. We since gather_ from'the Tioga, Eagle, parties eloping 1 waited ev with nnxioussMicittde brt1 to the OQ" an
s-s \i
the is
the of people to ftavcft'ee
., ,: ,,, ,_.' 1-4 "a- 'r.4 V.W can," the organ of the "poor white men who course representative and beglarijud. Sir, ho, does not conic that Tioga county refused, in tho conference, ip the'way of d uty' clear::hcfbrc mfs 1t:1)U pir3

:...1'..t. \ '. -. :1 g fl CI d rh own no slaves/'-and tho organ of Col. MclTOSU. \- in, committed in positive: and specific terms, submit to this nomination, and that the Democratic oral, the nominations of thcBaltimoro.t>qt? _

I...4...,. ., : : -. 54 .0 t ..... .-comments on this .Marion letter of Mr. upon tho Wilui'jt proviso or, upon any other party of their country have sustained tion, with the pledges contained in the l : fri
: lions of hnf.bo'IYj wonld
! a. 0:1: L4 __ nave'iotoJnaAled
YCLKE and to throw dust and to question. 1 Ic docs riot come in, as Martin Van them in the objection. Tho of. bj
in our JvualiBrpwstcr
: DaMcy 22-i6 '13 S J.1 SJ4Brow eyes, AUBIQ confidencQ nUll support. :But --as ft,JCitjsKfl .
) liureit diLl, pledged vet 'a bill lor the abolition 'r inWI
.. 31 1 10 2 3,1 Sl conceal the glaring fact that the Whigs of this of ,slavery in tiLe District of Columbia.He of Tioga, consequently floats at tho Southern (f tatcjW reason to pauac fur ft.

;'.' DUT:11, 21 23 11 8" 14 77 State havenever, dared to utter any declaration 'docs not como iu us Ml'.l'olklid, pledged head of tho columns of the eagle, as'the truo flection and obsc V'ation. After watchfliWoi PtPT

: fabcl1, 37 3 13 2 3,1 9: concerning slavery, makes the, above and committed (and we sec tho folly of pledgesin Democratic candidate for Congress in the dis- deliberate ceasidcnjlioii of sill that his transrf.
25 11 8 a 80 m
1". Norton, ,22 red, I left Washington with the firm cd&fic
that instance ) to claim from'GreatBritain ..
', *Moore 37 0 9 2 :U 82i charge against the Senator.In very trict. Mr. Brewstcr is a faithful Democrat
,.1. > '. tho, 'whole or none5 of Oregon. He a that it was my duty to cast my vote foi; tl'ticket

". l' thcso articles, wherein tho Republican L does'not cone in as Gen.-Cass conies$ in, if fie is capable mlnJ; highly, popular, .and is on the nominated .Baltimore and llI: 1t 11

:f : .. '.-'. .. 'ST.;. JOHNS COUNTY.o seems to have taken a sudden fancy for a legal II I ever to co-mein, nhich I very mud doubt, commit" Democratip.Elcctoral, Ticket, pledged! for Cass Ijclievc that the Southern States Ove'it as ftta

I.J.\; ,'. .: .. o' style and a legal mode of expression, wo clear ted against'the: Vilmot PTviso-Ol. advocate of: and Butler. ty to the Union and themselves' anti nre Iwnrf; V.
:r j : .. discern tho hand the viterests of the South in regard to, all.this by every consideration jasticCj honOr<|
;::\ : tQ eS fIi ly ofjtho cunning;conusel who safety to throw their weight with
i dccbioaiail
both the extension arid the The .
= -' d fi intestion; of territory, Fairat, Si. Augustine.
"t.. ., I tos.d a Jj can suppress what does not suit !his purpose, etr ctin, favor of that ticket. b5if
-:, ; !" ci 'fii extension of slavery. Ho comes"unfettered -.
Wo havo been
; requested the Rev. Mr.MADEORE > L '
, by .
.r.. .' .d c di..6 and who would make white black if he could L It. vras.iiiipossible for uitf t'J t".
} ,;. -. ,0 U t U trusting to his past character and his'general jass throng| .
, .. c5 --s -0 publish the following, in relation imjireadive' scenes of the session of J.tIt.
bo to do True and declaring that in judgment lute i3unriq,
. : .'U_ qr y H_ only permitted so. to its assu principles : 11
,; Bailey: 117.2 2 6 9 Z7 163iii. med legal style, the Republican rather as.in.the judgment of,every true Whig,throughout to the Fair held* last winter at. $t..Augustiuoaud : without being convinced tlat'whatMCn
appearsas the South fi&lsfur
4llrow.n, 93 ,4 8 1 1 23 130 the country, that:odious'v tower. oughtto > this place, for the purpose of establishing pathy her righoH'4lon
the advocate the .
.. bullying witness and distorting disused" fi the part of the XprlhV. is in the': t' pIIJ.
:,. DUTn1 119 3 1 6 9 32 170 bc'altogether in '
; : 4-Cnbr\1\ T. 97 3 9 1 t 19 130 his evidence, rather than us the witness Thus Mr. .\V TnRor-'Oel1. TAYi.bu: St.-Augustine a free school for the poor : tlieniensvhu, constitute tjic soul 0( t "iI
': Forward, .108 2 6 6 6 25 153 himself, portraying facts as they.actually happened says commit himself Tho undersigned profits ,by the, first opportunity Democratic,organizalioir;there.., The Jt'hl":! .,, att6

t.&mith, (Ind.) 9-1 4 4 .1 3 3 109 and fulfilling the true of hagn: 'dt\rc4''. to ;i >. against' the. to tender his' best thanks to all.,those tjic' Northern Sttj whoarpsupbrting; ]
province .
a pub lor and
;.;r: Del1 pin, .93, 1. 1 6 :5 18 12-1 Wilmot Proviso. He has only cohnhitYctl h'iinscif who havo.contribntcd, in anyway, to enhance Fillmorcyarc; as activ'o antI'eoui hf
: journal. Like all their
. i. .Putnnm, Q.7 5 8 0 1 22 133 up-hill arguments, where against* the V 'to' power, -ahd that is'"all the hostility, us the. Barnburners wbolij (
object has in view and for which Van
lnd.20 2 j they are not accompanied by right,justice $ a port flurenijid..tt1nns. C'ass ai(7 HM
'Rogel'9; { 0 9 1 1 24 ;J
-4 S. ?.t, '. -' each of these articles is labored sophistical atfsu&iing i we. .; *.want.* -'. Wo. *ask-. j no". ,'further. ?' .dge'orbioi.-, held'at St. .Augustine,. towards the end of porters arc struck .at. ,it.hlabnplence aI8tcrnncs th
.g ORANGE: COUNTY has given majorities for all the of candor "while We can. now.d'obtain.. all we' )deairc." Wo Wf.U"have already Isycar.. 'Ho- takes pleasure i to inform' them .by NrthernVbigsanil&n
-. appearance practi in- the fie
defeated the South upcn ground that his election TrUl.o .
Congress -
x. the democratic candidates by a vote of 37 whgw sing the a IV '.4tth'cn that, oh. liuat,occasion he:has,received'$826comin'g :-
grossest misrepresentation., It sings xt trial(Jt, w shall'J'4i \do i-t-it n oiJ eaf i". : S barrier to.tho fFree:Soil1',.movement,wif toft t!
, to,48,dem., Dr.HAWBJ, (D.) is elected to the leg- the same oM story.. Tho Madison I Convention: .*f"i-: *, t 'c' *} ?' i *. i .' both, from private donations and from are pleased to designate,(thqig assault npej gf s- "

:.: islttnte..MARION. was not met by,that:of Baltimore. Mr.WILMQT! In.defining the position' of the Northern tiLl generous exertion of the community large. i Liberty of the States. The argument:prtflrl,, .

.: ALACHITA and COLUMBIA Qrojettss Whigf Mr.WINThROP makes an admissionwhicbkn From''this'"ombunt S20I alike by Whigs and Barnburners the'.MK .tJi
was a Democrat., And MARTIN YAK BUREN was *i : ''; ** ;, have been deducted to
, hATe. .wo understand, given majorities for all I .ks'" 'Mi., .CABELL v into, a ;cocked, hat., He for the materials used .aveholdingStatejngilUJazs, with greatol
t ; a Dem
:=:t: the democratic candidates but wo havo receivI : is opposed to the South. It gives what purports k 1 says. ": ?- -< ? sold, and (or the c.1penscsatt'ending the sale; to veto the Wilmot Proviso j'while Van Buradi '

: :" g1 onjy partial return MThpy, (thoorthornWhgs,) were opposedto known to bind is Asserted to be t"J
.O' :. : : to bo i history of the WUraot Proriso,.and instating I II the extension of slavery earnestly as lights, carrying a'portion of the objects to Tnylor p14:

it 'liEOM COUNTY lias elected tho entire whIg ticket I that it passed "a"Democratic 'IIouso' by.a-I uhcomprohusrngly; arid "they 'declared, ardently themsolves"8o -: Jacksonville, &c: $.22 luy been employed: !ii i gress.edt sigh The'Q.bilJ'tont3ining course of!t!';can it,if passed awl bjCo tSw *-' t11f.

'? ". ,: 'by an average majority of 59 votes. CAD i .' They had been ."fret"soil J'pien purchasing some few.pieces of furmture.wMeh My
.. majority of 19;would have it 'appear that it i OSSHPJT eucct of.tho antagonism of parties JwT
:;'. *u.,t', majority, 86: D R.OWfi'5, 120. was a Democratic, 0. "Here && In"every'; from thefirstjihoy were "'frcbsoil"memwhileMr are kept foriho ladies 'who will teach in the, thrown Cass'and the mass of his friends iaiW'

} : 'JiFFERsos COUNTY. Bailey's majority about instanco'whcro ; :Van Bur.en and J his friends !were admitting school. 'Remains SOOO in cash North, to som 'extent/into the AUitud oi'<&&.
tho subject has been deposited
brought Texas into tho Union and ( fifths
,- covering on pious and fenders of tteScfeJoiUnder'
150 Duval 50.
. oes. beats Cabell about
."s before Congress it .passed because tho whole of it;witlr slavery. They have. alwai/t, 'been vfree,. the hands. of a gentlemen, who has offered 7 per these ?circumstancesj IJ,for one:wwM l :

.; ?.; WAKULLA. COUKTYPartially heard frOm; re- Northern Whig vote was in favor of it,and only soil'men." i- cent till we will be enabled to carry on our feel myself dishonored and recreant if 1"4 1d Jjl'I
"t'- salt doubtful. a portion of the Northern Democratic vote. 'The.; ,'And yet' Mr. CABKLL, conscfu8"'oi'all1.this, plan; ah. objeot". ''( r which"'daily exertion is back'while blows were rcccived and dea1iib7

/c j' : elected OADSDBM their OUN.TY.entire The Whigs ticket.,have probably Browu's Republican then finds fault with Baltimore I says Mi,:'Y] isnot.opposed' to siavery, .d'excukes made. '. : -. .",,. ." ., Northern' may*.friends be ooff Vierir on ptjracc6untwNoever of th'c'pji3t{\1l.! What-' 14:

county Convention hot'taking higher'-iro lJ Dofor himtifelf from Votin'g for hini.:' "What right '".A few.;articles are.Btill.to,bo disposod of, but hCnsions'for'the.fntuTe: ;'Ihre e u1spla1 '

.."l- maj, thus far, 105: CalbcWs maj.,112-with two : 'Heaven's sake, MrlRepublican 'show tis! :hvad: net.. as'thb'Kcprcsentativo .of 'a SoutncVni"i they are not of much consequence." .' to.support with pur f hItthOswh.itlfighting : '
be 'which will reduce > i" .' '- ) i'constituency .
to heard from '
:: precincts : our bathe'inr th'e Vridsft b'
'.. where your Philadelphia Convention took' to vote for a man who. was, a'r-' B. aiADEORE,1, very \V:
any K i"'f:, > .r ? ;
the majority 3Ovotes. n'j"J To desert th ii1L thbuct
!.r: some ground at all !' Ho then alludes to the nomination nest1y; ardently, itncompromisingTy" opposed . Vicar General.of Ff riJa. will emy.leave us nrttt betray>nlywhhoutfrienfrsin f th'ef' ;\ D(

of VAN BUREN, 'as a proof of thefcclfngofthe tho_ right ,of Bouthcrii, .citizens to,.tako.their St. Augustine, Sept..14th, 1S48, timybut unworthy to have'tKeirt- J O JOtll':
.r... casS. and the Democratic Pur- Democratic property lo the common domain. -' that the succcMOl'Ca
party. If tho Democratic: : yilVipn'Ifubring g' u.
party '
..1'..."... !' !f.. -ty.of Florida.. of the Union then, Mr. .Republican,'aro opposed On_ I the; contrary, Mr. W.i says", that.'./ {.,CASS_ is "* Xcttcr. oOIrt. Yitlcc., :' it will us bc pctic ii stop,: towards I do *iiot itlIt. bolleyeli'will,will give;II"ce1 tI_ thto

4. :Since the declaration of tho principles of the to.slavcry extension, what'was the necessity of elected, we aro to have- .: 1ithe1trotMj'." YUI. t addressed to the d.-incy to the influences most forabliiitI1it I.

: .; Democratic party of the Union at Baltimore, i their nominating a third candidate. If tho "Mbro war:.more,conquest, inqrqnnnoxationj Invitation Committee of the meeting in Marion and will thus facilitate the ultimate scttlcneil I.I I

fJ.,. .: the Southern Whig press has discovered and Utica Convention declared no further, ngainst more these extension are 'the real of territory results,:to n which nhd'wore. the slavery'"arc County, wo .havo'discovered so many gross typographical uf this now!angry controversy- upon;a:.tad, tohi hih

. ,;ci.. made. use of. a novel ground of attack.While they slavery than that of Baltimore, why could th y how urging 011 the country.and; this, ,gentlemen error that in justice to tire author, c ests ns.Isfcnt of the Tvith Union.justice Upon, and the lflC'endunDlrilTtP.other handj-lLW";

m&de'no'dcclaration whatever of their own sentiments not continue in tho support of CABS Why for''conscience' : s keJ}), ., and' that hisvis may bo correctly expressed, that the success of either of the other Ude& a1at

't .H" on the subject of slavery, they rant; should they term him the Southern candidate? : we have concluded to republic it- would render an amicable amrrangement9fI! !
Plain Talk
\ '. dut' ngainst Democrats for not having taken The Republican then rcpublishcsa, few isolated -We for SouUioru \Vl l-s. I.:AUGUSTINBf Sept.'0'; '1B4?. differences so. .,far,cjifIicuJt an\.imprc i91lt,'

i still higherground.. Whilo they can advance extracts. from two, or.tiirec.Dcmocratic cannot rcfrjuri'irom'giving' our'readers GfJntlenll'rll.nmoblg! for reliuquislvniypurpose to threaten tho,existence ofte6oTerum, a .1& &
: ;. l l\pcr&at .this week a few extracts from ', it*present form. I cannot hJ .occ23 I
u speech r Oint otbeiugwithyon.onthte9thi.! It would upon :
::4 : b'ul one expression of the opinions of their the North. !
; Why does it forget -to state that venture into ,dgtoil- l1t..it is perfectly plLi'.alllay
ly delivered by 'WM411: : SEWAKI); late Gqvcrnpr: Jiavp been. }trulytgratifyingtQ mingle ihit.he.! 1r:4
\:. :. /; cnntlitfafo thn.t.can affect slavery hostility to not a ingle Whig paper 'North of the .Potomac otho'Stnto' of''New Y6rk 'Nt ihany' old hAd long "estt4 fme
r the veto power, an opinion which carried out has yet dared to take ground favor of the.rights : one Waifa'cquaintcd n cmbltfwiU.you,'rcriewi'hg fh 'ttssuniinccs'o'fI the NOl'thcrnjemo.cr.tt is ton fair aUstn : offt

will ruin the institutions of the Southern States, of the-South 'wilK the political i h'istory of that'State my regard and interchanging views 'u'pon' the that of thcNorthern.Vbigs U, against ajnstment n1.*. ,
. can deny his orthodoxy si ( present; momentous crises. 1 jshort of absolute surrender ,bjlw,
thcyVrc satisfied to denounce the Baltimore soUl l \VhFg. Although | still.promise my-
convention We have stated thoP9sU.io 6J" 1
the Democracy a s rlf,tlmt,pleasure upon sonic other uccasion that South-coinciding in. this respect ,wiU ,,UJJaruburiicte.
.."; for not doing more than to take'ground L of this State on this'all-absorbing QQcsii lI. .'It Think warm'Clay partizari, he now docs' not I may'be inutuallyOduvehient. '. ., '. .

: : ; !against tho Wilraot Proviso. is clear, and well defined. Can as much 'be.. ,necessary. abandon Taylor,.on account Never in' the-co rse"6f my'n'rief; connexion. There, 'are many other considcrations'MA!

: '.4lh sbmo'of tho Southern States, immediatelyh'fterthe said of the shuffling, twisting, deceptive of lnti slaveriprej.diccs. "As the Southern with public .affairs has my.mind' been so much .to:my apprehension render tho support of TI'-;: tn

!i' : Baltimore,Convention and before the J of the great availablcs !. 111Pi
of ,the last two, ycarshavo been! the of the and .
so'stftrt1jg South7
t nomination of TAYLOR, as for instance in Floritla suppose that SEWARD is' not; cither;-aniiwe I npon part
ana _the evident tendencies of these degree recommend opposing ticket oft,
'; there' arose temporarily an issue between .: leave, to them the. explanation of the foljowreinarks. events ; .
Great Gale at Tampa. so thrcatenmgvthat has been difficult nut Duller. -1 cannot now present all of Ik9f

to'i different sections of the Democratic party. We 'Speaking 'of the,cardinal principles ,i for a faithful public servant perform his'duty that weigh with me. One-only I will. tCT r: }
regret communicate
Here,we had in the Convention Madison instructed to our readers tho of the-Whig party, hc:says: ', r jEt, theemergency; '.at?the snrao time main- because the question it involves is i'ofitheftmagnitude *-
> unfortunate intelligence; that the beautiful vii tain\vitli his previously' f allude to the eonaofi .
grace any proposed : 1t n.ft'
"Anil still
J : there is
not to '
vote for
;\ our delegates any candidate lage of Tampa; is at the ircSl'tlt''mOment in which believe niidtEat.is! : great'matter, 'riiniz d :political combimiiipus.fl 'frnrikly tin of .the, powers.oft tho Uoyernnientifl1 1t

: ; .who wad directly or indirectly opposedto ruins. Inconsequence of the severity of,tho : is we excrtiiig an, ihflnehco. ,hostile that human ,slavcry conflgsrhYQ'ouml if'i ir6'easytnsktd ',fet r: Legislal Department,by the.virL-w aboI' ft'tl

.: 'the removal. by'Southern citizens of their the I nnd its farther.extension to liberty,, mine'the proper nction'foh myself, and equally mcnt'of what' is familiarly 'knOwn 'a*tkt'power. tltt
gale waters of the over
1\ bay rose territory ,
some ten : now difficult
tor i and delicate toofl'cr.suggestions for thc When this iqJportnnt.EncutintilO-
: 'pcrt..1"t: the new territories. The seventh twelve feet higher than ,frce, should not be.pcrinittcd., We go lurlh 'r. decision ,of fellow lion :; e)
was ever before known. of those my citizens .and stricken down,= the South will haf*
1 f resolution of the Baltimore Convention did not Nearly tho whole village'was wash'ed We, say that slavery, ShOuld le T opposed.m {very' 'friends, who' .J have; appealed I.to me/or niy ppinfions. the principal shield whiah "the- Cons tati
declared away,and {vim consistent with ollT'duly'to Constitution, .. 01al
go far enough. against the WiluiotJCfPlisOvbuiiejfi SmpnrRlv-'ntfncIied. liom cdnvictionnml provides against tho domination of.a luperiar
the -
among buildiugk destroyed .*
1 \ : the"question'be decided by ". ... ". ." ,;wo ,spcchy' the! it : ;habit, to tbd jr1flC11)lCSOtthC i De'uiocratio pnrtyy; cctiou Tonid 1 in'the inunolation, this*;: altl

tl: the people of tho territories. At that time and tore pi air. uiark-,-inp house occupicdbyMr.Win. but;Disguise candidates.; as.we. There may,there is .no.arc in reality, laud united,;by' .a commohl sympathy> ..with the I .fence,'wilE be'to surrender: herself;a,;. tlffJ
J. Fcrrfyr-lift; Dwellings''of i *" ; third choice members oif that aLyy4regarding: the sacrifice at the' altar' of
t. qucs- Northernaggand
4- before the omin&t Onswere made by the. Afr.'Mftcitay, Ve rnusLcIioosO Lctwcch Taylor z1ud eMs.. ) fti II
Whig ) )0ViJci ,too ftr
f the Southern St.it.cs in Northern! ffJrr
Jiidgu TuVmAn : 5 I thd'cquality! powers; !rOrt'ouri the vetGC0
Mr.vLcmyt'Mr. J/B.Aiicri.-l,. ;c '[:penisitt11thi people t4 lie : 11 '
tlivi1td '
, we judged this resolution did not the Wbb"cnyTri6ntiy vital and thcrtforeabove not be ;
phrtjr, cmototheM1isoiitatform. The' U110.ti : dispensed with safely nurbcneficiauyany !
row of buildings : into otily two greatparties?neYinKTa'lmiru'bzku
occnpicd'formerly by the : rr.n
other OflSulOt'tttiJflSOrCUrI'flt of the
policy States
We section : bUCQ1eringtho
: u were of ; ; or any : ,
piniuu.4hot' Now .
cO: of}16rid :> Kome-.niay.8Hy that iLwon't
I'uy' vo1uaUcrs1 s'wcn'nftbe ( advanceour 1 :determined'tGmakcthat iss'uc"tho! :
: : early .-rc'r -; pregnant'cajisestjfdwaonancaaBdWtrtgonism .nN
J the Democracy of Florida were absolved principles to elect Gen I ::
; Tuyotv! ,
Commisslouary and''hospital; are' all (>t rZsay'thaVitjwiU. in my'f .j! et .1l'i\l. I between the North and SouthMi1cvelopinth .n1r
swcj .
y from all allegiance to the Baltimore ? .all .Controversies,
Con. way. : o uflirmativc smil; is an growth of,the tliyiaiou.upoiv the Questionmi-. ; o most fatal'error, .in, my1c'I i
7 vcntionj and-that'their true action depended From the I a negative rrolotion Now:I catcs a probability t'it will absorb'alt bt/i'crs which'the 'South'caii :c m!i't:1fil, & I,
S.4 : tLbovc1cfacont.wO,can giv.'lll. t 'iKirty divisionsai-e not mere, .irbitary'divisionslnqt : .< 'in)itS' g\ What courscVlhe r'
; prOgr ;; gathcrins ilirectly or:indlrcctlyfin theeindu'lydcnsiiYan tra&l oD ,
; pr
ti j on eniningeVOfltS.Vt3 -inridcl' ?' / -! :'Jbvy: ; coMiejby chanca, 1rtJ
; a" ( .u'-ts,J riIRt thatn nyy,1j.' ., ...Thereis.' gl ikt.ausc levent ofJthbtiniesrmaytlbWigorlhef Southern: : d. d.I1SYa,>proTJ I,
'l next foundTAYIAIR nominated. the ) r : :: .. [ thmn.' 1'ie ,
; ,by 'hl :ttidhiglily restcctbIc.citizezzs mllSt '' L oti fJarti w1ijchhja.erou'L ,:Sf atfq t4.ittQptr94)bquorn8elf.ptgsrvaIon; of the ConstitutionM .. t ,."df 1
. uziJergo. tliG k"1' -i' ) r;
. Jfc'iiyjclphia i i : convention,, and solely on' the 'Ehc llroslra t'0. ." $ : !;J8 kiiiccit; a ft1bj"1t.'or. .' < .tC8 .; : r.J
i1y l c l solri.tioll Jl lii. 1i nfJfrietl 1'Icil ) JI ,. v,j .mnort.H n' .. rT the..dc "ith 'lcnU Mnff ("ni r 1101 3fricu1iiion
1 (lo1ninanttpaTty <"
jKttfCpfAvailability.NoJecuiratiouiofsen.j have" at i t.U t'U'IHJa i'J ;'!?' H n .," : tJtIOC' rol Mr-Jtii; eiWdn, ceiberato ami cariyconsiueratQ.i.ot tltJ9u'lipIin J .'. j1 ; ng'h: Dl r 1tJ
N rtb
: 1reseutt.sua4frm reiiance ttl'DemoClitcl nr6'the! ttntiil'n1Hf'lof1 H
UJon'tho, Woivn' 't1pthiJ i'i-I.j
polnt,1hu *
: -timcnij : % 's 1vcS'rough r1vhtn the;in1tatioztWU
was made by that c convention and TAYb'wripufclbhed 4ZU ,
: -j 'kiown.to---;, nerosItLaua. Iindncs. OtiheCowman., :! thuSuth'i Ji.I : :'n r-k11Q.\fi! itoU&erwi ; tkpjr '#aiid2aiitirftp rl.t n t rt t" btY i 'i DIc3t a ?? .:lJ r n n .rl.s DJI1f'tt; tJl
1t ;k' ; the -l1tu ;J IIjt' ,
: ; opinions on subject"of \ ,I -'. I- ; ;d P.-ri'i ltha4 &wayt" been.so.t"r ONI rAIttY' / mejfitriugdcaslon .1'.!
.. f ,r :.. ,I'ort JI' JijI.YI.Lk$.? toiexpreii. >JcssT (lt i-f, -"Your'-rel1o.c
I dutl ; A1TS'FOUNDATlQN'JN ; \ -.r -- > '
f ; > ; dJ .Q1IhH. ,.; I:" nUn .; f Jd'h H.t'l1m iSOU1'jJi I)it ?I'ffi 9r.f ; Jtbt S -L.YPfi94 f9nI ,1I11 i !* 'f c[ l' <'t > : ,I..'... ...,10.u..L'YV "
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;- Doctrine on Slavery. discloses the stofteo 1 .. _.t ., '' nq "S O TT.E sR J.f J.r J.
e Ifcw e >*x f. ** f! : .i ";'.4U..lCIaoenqeJ t..o,, jlh" u;; I $: ;
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EJiln'tl/ The'Ne"- among the. ,politiciansopposed he io j1! idf 431-l :z -4r < PioWe t1oiil1le J : .4 _J 1
i :I Was prentwhbefiak.t1eatezaent thli. : f ;
late numbers of to it because.it.' ; '. ". Itt.rnoU"keiaO; ; With_ '. .cG1lIn.. .L- d. .
j : la 8 your paper gives hsoiithewer I i ;He add if KmvMln'iMM 111: m ".1.' 9.t. 9t't II '. t
WlO. enc1fost..omco 1ri11

I; !dA Comments doctrine on? wbt'promulgated.JouproPCrly: de- po to prevent at the'North" from' growing' b'jand ilye rrect :.asii-was; ; possiblo id"be,1"ttr:thai Ituexaetl t ..,...- dI 1.1',-lI."'..4-j. .,, 1EQ, ;. ,( ;thhlee-' _bidJ-.i." ;J'Ua,.HaRDtr' ,. ..t. j'j't
powerful '*
'u by; the
w .thoIzyz : South by hiil1'duties t **-<'i "& *'* \ "
raper in J acbonyil1e called the ". r9r itant tariffs < ,'1 : ',; J t irlitu&."' betwecn' -1i' ihmdMessrs" : j t- A; _' :.Liiingsto Jii _- th aJl "eiPt: ; I "J L'
v Bryant and Teletu. .A few djift4.i Andrew,Daniel: i iii 7. ud-J. hnW.dc:; 1ch :le r .
ub1ic&fl r' Well: are not the Able K'tfi. < '.. CJ oJ 6J
poor peopleAt the'.South'interested : heard him the Mr. \ .I tha' &nd, Ioo1& Itt
same thing and he saidon %
ids8Onio"hat sceptical as to tho correct- : in this matter? Have not poor people both occasions and'.also iii 'of MrC :Ack rJamCSIyrcQuccn.l1: i ; *Ann. : ,:' 't", \ stat .J 't' "iI ;- I) '
interpretation the presence IS 1' ,.5: TMurche-e John' tL AspendidHDgh'Pressures: Q.'gi1 "i i
of tic put by you on a right to.usa sugar and ., I Jengibd--aid en t
0 ic'3 exposition of a doctrine "new" in- I iron, and cotton goods and coffee SAlt and Bowden, that Bryant, had.; 'insulted. him' .;, 'and.. ..:: :Bush, Mr. Jamc* o f Morgan, Thomas X 11 'iS e r_ cmpIetoin. c Yj ryre.c 1 \
woollen goods, and that he would not vote for him, and more tothe lount, Wm. S. ;, O. '. .p !,'Whoa, foIUl.1 ea. 4 1"
J41Gslthe' South; my doubt*, howover, have silk too, if they like ? And if they choose to same purpose; BrownWin IL IfrJ.D.2; V' ... Sale to- h"o unenc h t f.locl"\, 3- .,: ,Ie 1 0.

eeee Ie1noTetI by the perusal of the article in oat imported cheese and drink BarberIsaac'' tJ '* Oglesby Berij.. '- 3 "ip _rot fortJierpu11cnlanr :t !the r1 Ife
imported wine I am .
to make .
willing affidavit to this State- .' '. .
teeIthe original article in the Republican have they not a right to do -C ) '. -- .. signed at Bl&dison Coort House <.ih.t" km:
so ? ment if it is Chancy<3eorge R,W. iPiralen Francis : ?; J B. ...
Iikik h&s just been placed in my hands Northern Whigs and lam neccs3a'ry.Y ; ; NOYESt&gens J Jr. }
Collins.:Archibald fl
to :
ije sorry say some onrs respectfully, ,' Peacock IrwinPincr'Wm. /il r ,1ISonC.HsCL3olS1a .1m .
>:. : ..tLN' tat ,
Northern :
p .
friend.ToohavcniaJea Democrats -
nnd ,
i Southern think .
" Whigs
11 fjJ
.WM.: M. IIAGAN. > 1h
l, correct analysis of the subtle, not. Thq think that "poor Flinn, Wmfl.-: '8' :. oiicc.--Sfx'\ye; ks .iJtcr' i' uil .
, have Mandarin -
! ( iji0n1uionthat the Republican is attemptjnftu right to luxuries ; luxuries will become no Oct. 5th,,18i8. Falany, Mary Robertson, Robert, ply jo the Jddge:of Probates;..for'Oolumbia i :JI:\,
too t'ugaT Foster Whitficld '
Capt Warren/ Conntyt fo Letters of Admlnlsthtlolit5.on <
infuse into the political and social' artoa if "(.ommo1t people''use them. And hence THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE ANI flmn, 'Mr. \\iii. Roberts, Adalino Miss the- EtatcoflM'vjd' Flcntoff; deceased," Utfr1* H". st.\ ;

j I of the South: m'' you deserve the thanks we sec the aristocracy continually striving to : .8L.VER1 '. Fatio, Mrs. Jane Rogers'Capt. Oliver'c' said'county; JOHN ; DAVIDSONAlligator t I.tif

'rue fdcuJ of IM Swtli'tuT exposIng keep down the : IF -WE ;' ..GReodSain' ,,Sept. 30,1848. -
i f cvcry poor, to prevent the frOm ARE NOT STRUCK-WITH JXmSESS'WK LtNn. "' :2
poor Green 'James i), -
Reeve Mr.F R. ,., t
to public reprehension. SHAJ.L'CLtNO'-TO' TIlTS COSSTmTTIOH'AS ; t ;
i treachery encroaching on their prerogatives. Graham, Rcv f A. 2. RosSjWmB, 111 Monroe :Circuit Court I'lot, ,,. p.l t'
i vbt.:li it that iiils p.rcib-Republican1' is There are other powers claimed by tho North MOUT ANI> THE TKMrEST--'CUJSE'AROfKD HIM.- Green, Danniel ? S STATE. OF 'FL lUDA. .'"*.* '-Ii'," .", 'tv.' J'

;\ &tt eniptifl'7 and what! is the object? which .would bo: most destructive. to" the'South J/tww. Cast.Wchave. Glover, Henry. Stnrratt, Mrs..E. M., Angclo.Lopez, "i '*(t4 &m* ,T

i attrIDl'tin; to persuade) poor white ncn -to the well Grace, Mr.iitobt. Stone, \ Martha. ,; : *s { Bill for Divorce.rl : :$t.J
'I1 neither the *
.: ::3 poor as as.to the rich. Tne'onlycheck right nor the power to. Geisjer, Eliz.i Miss .Sauls,Eincthy '. Maria .J": & '
that bttxauscj' own but few touch slavery where it exist Gen. Cass. Lopez. ) \ ''
l1e Sooth or that the South ]ia.; is in keeping up the muter James Sparkman, Alfred ,

gth S1ives rb'J L.:1n no interest in an institutioninscpratily relative strength that slaves give her: I I Congress has.no right>Siiy tl'rat thcr ll:1U' Green Louis Such, Miss Carry .. DUE proof having been made to me that the st, S,.
bo slavery' New York or in ( Miss in tho,lull filed in the above .- .
interwoven with the uo slavery Gray, Airy
It is
political well
:1t ill a known fact that large portions of \ resides out of the Atw
; nor is there any human power but the II Taylor, Alfred State of Florida is *
l ami social fa.rc! of their country. Ho istlms the Southern States cannot b'e inhabited by people of those.States.. -Gai. Cuss.. IIuffham.lchu, V hereby Ordered. That a hearingbo h oaths t 4'J ti

cnJcdvuriii; to alienate friends; to array wjhborigIi11t hite men. .. The principles-involved in the' Wilmot" Proviso JL'1dclc.ckJos'ph. Yaught,Joseph facts charged in said Bill on the first Monday fir,? r.. ,

neighbor : to excite betweenealousy White men cannot exist on rice plantations; should be kept out of the national legislature Haddock, John a. 2 Yaiight, Isabella May next and and that said if the" Defendant do not appear ---* .: 1'1"i
and left to the of the lligginbothani, David II. \VHigginbotlmm answer Bill by paid day, the same's t1 .
; to people
that ,
destroy harriltnj
CflYdJ ; and confederacy be taken
tht many parts of th-j cotton mid sugar regions as confessed against her.- ,Provided ok.
in their ovCritLucnts.C'ass. Harvy White Rev, D.L. ,
,1ti Providence designed to subsist bear t f.ttnl tu all but negroes. Keep negroes out respective harrisJameS Weightman, Manuel- That a copy of this order bo published in somei? 6 ,'1
rich! and the Let the people regulate their internal concerns public newspaper of this State for the '
the whose ;
destinies space
J. Wilkinson
t tween oft such tracts of and how to Asa-
country arc they in their, own wa-Gen.- Cass three months before the 'saidis
t.1"t *" then rcc'on"d what is his be cultivated ? The most fertile lands; producing Leave to the people who will be affected by Jordan, Dillon 1'W Wheeler cst Miss, Horace Z. hearing. JO t B. LANCASTER appointed for** *.. I ;:'t

I 3i'ct 1 Tlje triumph of. party whose principics luxuries and comforts for the poor as well this question to adjust it upon their own responsibility Krone,J. II.K.: Wilkinson, Penelope Elisha: Judge So. Circuit State of Florida. > "":
oJiuus to the free men of the and in their own manner. General. THOS. F. Ki JIG-, Solicitor for Complainant.11' :! '
arc so coun- as the rich, would then be noxious swamps, infested JOHN M. l'O.N82 111Jacksollv1l1e Sept. -t 1""I
Cass. 16,1848.
yr that this party: has' been driven to the des- with deadly air, and beasts of prey. The Oct. 7th, ISIS. 3m6>,. tj

tfl-ate resort of desecrating a venerated name Democrats, of the South at least, wish to sec lam opposed to the exercise of any jurisdiction Runaway Caught ,, u t"I ,,
by over the subject of -
Congress LAND
slavery.Gtn. SALE.
|.rassauhi :it as the exponent) of those princith ese wildernesses contributing to the support Cess. COMMITTED TO THE ,JAIL.OF. !.

jJes 1 and comfort of free men by tlft labor of I WILL BE OFFERED, at auction in New- Hillsborough County, a Negro Mai -r5 :
negroes do not see in the Constitution any grant of : \ on Tuesday, the 10th day of t. nays his flazucis Bryant-had on tattered *-**
Knowing that this uVj--ct c.innot be accomplished who only can breathe in them with jufe- such! a power to Congress.Gen. Cuss. October. next, the following tracts of land, viz : cloihes- ono shoe -five 'feet*flyti :.. ;

hy direct appeal! to the common sense ty. The Democrats wish to see those regions :The East J-2 and North-West 7. of Fractional]L inches high-heavy set-right foot half oftV- ., qt

iatl patriotism <>f the Southern people, the Republican peopled with because this id the only THE WHIG CANDIDATE AND SLA VEny. Section 23, Township 12 South.of, Range 19 East. Says ho is a Blacksmith by trade,'n dtliat he-' '.11
negroes Gen. endorsement of Mr..Fillmorc's The West half of belongs to John r
Taylor's ; Fractional Section 24 Town I/Eugle. Owner will come '
t attempts, by arousing the most selfish way by which the South can keep up its relative I nbolition opinion, in his last letter to Mr. Allison -. ship 12 S, of Range 19 E. forward, trove property, pay charges and take >' ;: 1ll 1\

passions, to detach this people from their power in Congress ; the only wny by. which by the following extract: The West half and South-East quarter of .hm\ away. JOHN 1.'. HOOKEil, herifi ; "- ;

:/wiA, ami to promote an unnatural and revolting Southern freemen-poor as well HS rich-can '-The Democratic) Convention met in May, and Section Township 13 S, Range 19 E. By BE.NJ.HAULER, Deputy Sheriff.. J ii
tlliauce between them, and those who composed) their ticket to suit them. This they had The East half of North-East quarter, and East I Sept. 23, 1S4S. tf .
hope to protect their rights ngainst the encroachments to do. The National Convention half of tfouth-East of Section H
them aright Whig I quarter 26.. Township i ,/ ..
would\ make -hewers of wood .
and drawers of the steam-loom and spinning- met in June, and selected me as their.candidate 13 S, Range 19 E. Kunaway IVegroCOMMITTED Caiiii ,nK ., ..,

of utter5 to the proud aristocracy of the .ri"-1 I jcnney arbtr.cr.1cJwho find rchitv servantspi' I accepted the nomination with gratitude and The North-East quarter awl East' half of TO JAIL on the 12thtiny 'I" :1!..'
with pride. I was proud of the confidence of r South East quarter of Section35 Township 13 .
of j
2 1l1lljr"tU; t chf Jjmu} Mac, because when the white servants September, .0. Runaway! Negro? '.
such a bodj of men representing such a constituency Sofltangel9E. .
is uuforttinute that Boy; says his name is John and .
to that .j
slavery question are sick or aged, their .piasters can turn j I AS 't Whig, party of the United Statesaroftnirratlon I Tho West half and North-East quarter of ho belongs John C Houston, at Fort'31Mellon. )

h aken iL to so exclusively prominent in the I Itl them out cto 1'\Sd./" the more grateful I*' 0** it; Section 36, Township 13 S, Range 19 E. John is of a blaok complexion,,and has ;.'3t .tJ

itCJr.\"a nut the fault is not with the The "FloridU'pub1ican" would fain persuade was not cumbered with.exactions iuwG;Jatible? |I I The rflTlhhalf of Fractional Section 25)I a mark on the left'corner of the l fe,.' The' \ ...-.'

Z lldllocrtlj j the crisis has been forced upon nslylie us people that the question of abolitionism with the dignity of the Presidential office and : Totnunlp; ; J? S. Range 2i 2. I owner will come forward pay charges, anti take*:. .$,," ,1
) : Union of political gamblers and wild poor the responsibilities of its. incumbent the The Fractional North hair) 5Sd the NorthWest L II |. him away. J. A. BARBEE,'.Jailer: *' ,.. ."
{malic and or of the abolition of slavery, is one whole people of the nation. And I.may add, I quarter of the South West quarter of Section j Jacksonville?pt. 16, 1 SfS. tfMarshal's t.
we evade >
; cannot the momentousissie. in which TTC have no interest. Sir, I am poor that these emotions irere increased by associating 26, Township 12 S. Range 21 BLots -:-- --- : '.:

i But what; chiefly) has produced this man ; lawn no slave, and don't ever expect to : my name with that of the distinguished citizen of Sand 15, of Section 9, Township 13 S, : Sale. ,'.?-, :J.'' -1,

sue of thingsI shall endeavor to show in because I Nen: York, nhose acknowledged abilities,and sound'conservative of.Range 24. E. BY virtue of two Executions issued out of. '.,
|1'Win nJ 1 simple terms. not am opposed to owning them, but opinions might hate justly entitled The West half of the South West quarter of the District Court of the United States for" 1 'J.

The Coiistiiution because I am unable now to buy, and am growing him to the first place on the ticket. Section 10, Township 13 S, of Range 24 E. t he Northern District Florida, and to medi''* \ .I (;

of the United States is the old; with a large family that consumes as This man is Millard Fillmore., and this: Lots 11 and 12,of Section 27, Township 13 i,I ected and delivered, against ArthurBurnej;.: ,J'Y t
result ota compromise between coniiictinir, or much us I can earn. But yet I feel that I, as a The Platform of the WAif -zndidatefor the Vice of Range 24 E. .. I[ have levied upon, and shall sell,at public auc? '" -i 4 8,.
kist dissimilar interests. It was foreseen Prfsidwcy.o The South East quarter of Section 32, Township ion, in front of the Court House, in ,the city.of"i "

ttit the pursuits and therefore Southern man.. living- and expecting- to die,. and _- ._ _-_ ". 13 S,of Range 24 E. : Jacksonville, between the hours of.10 a.m.and :( .
,the interests. of leave my children among slave-owners I feel I Lots 9, 13,and 14, Section 33, Township1 is 8,. 3.p. m.of th .tirst Monday of September next, .I' ],

I the Northern and Southern people would be esth at J have a direct and precious interest in the BUFFALO, Oct. 17, 1838. Range 24 E.. .. a.Negro'Woman,named Teg or Peggy,,and'.herl ..
Sir Your
jiealially different. It was forseen that whilst welfare of : communication of the 15th inst. The West half of Section 34, Township 13- S two thi1 ren. ROBERT MYERS.Marshal J' d f j
my more wealthy neighbors and in Chairman of Committee li } ? ,
as a .
appointed by : "*"
i thewW of-Range.24 E. ., By his Denuty Gi Hinrirair"" A, )
jof Northern
a climate .
would be unit the maintenance Anti'SlavcTiSociety the Erin has !
,] of that political power which of County of TERMS : M hal's Office : J t 4,
for Jir rocs, tho heat of the South, and the have described as depending on slave just come to hand. You solicit my answer to St..Auguii11e-Jn1y22,84s: \ : : !
population the These lands will be put up at the minimum ff : .! .
'i I p Bliar atmosphere of certain regions,and the and as essential to the peace and happiness -i 1st.following Do you interrogatories believe that petitions: to Congress price of$1 25 per acre. Purchaser will be required r The above. sale is posipoh'ed. "to* th '.. .1; j\
dltBre of particular staples, were not adapted : to one b&lfcash and the other half in Monday in. Nov znbernext.- V-? .-.+ f'j.
of my native South. And as.a poor white on the subject of slavery and the slave trade pay G. t

[winy other species population than negroes.HOJM man I feel that have been insulted by the vile I ought to be, received, read, and respectfully; twelve months., Auguitine. HUMPHREYS Sept. 9,1848., Deputy_ Marshl.VJBi. -** f. :o : 1.t t'
JOHN BEARD Executor ; ,
it was evident that the Northern States of the considered by the representatives the pe0ple r ., 1
appeal self-styled "Republican, by the 12d. L. DRY6DALE, Executrix, ;
trald bate a much larger white population than treacherous attempt of that fresh exotic, to poison Are you opposed to the annexation of of the Will of John Drysdalt. A 0 ;uti .; 'tl-1t. ftA r4 ., 'i..

t tW Southern. It was equally evident that,ifrtpmertatio the atmosphere of my adopted State by its Texas to this Union,'tinder any circumstances, August 26th Fiorida 1848. LADY, desiroiis of t locating. .in ,florHa "' i. :
should be based on white population insidious exhalations. so long as slaves are held therein 7 N. B.-Tho Herald and.oi Argus Lft and who has had tie'veral years- experience II. .J.
3d. Are in favor' will please publish the above till the day of ule, as Teacher of the "' 1
ndusircly, the North would be able to control ,you Congress exercisingal1 Higher Branches of%n '
two months have and send their accounts to .
Hardly since this
j tki action of the General Government and the constitutional power it pqsseses to abolish English Education, with:French, 'Music,.'zich' .
precious protege of federalism first inhaled their the internal slavetrade between the tlte814th. JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee Embroidery, wishes tobecmp1ojedinanAcadxnyforYoungLadiesortohearof : w

MlJ be tempted by intcnst to abuse potcer.Ait a of Florida; and already it has had the audacity Are you in favor.or immediate legislation S e some e heaU i I 'j' } .clif

check, therefore; the Southern States to vile abandonment for the abolition of slavery in the District tnblic sale; th village in which she could establish SchooL' Ii
a of '
i iui6teJ that, in enumerating their population suggest principles Columbia. ? ?-, ,? s .. s ';(; ODuval,N the first'Monday of Octoberflext. ifi E y i7 de irabJe referencfj and all further Irf 9 t.'
fa tie which none but spies'would assail, and I am:much engaged, and have no time to,enter o'clock ?4L-, ut the place near Mandarin formation, 'maybe obtained by addriisi l'i\l:1 } '

purpose of ascertaining how many RepwcnUtircfl none.but traitors or fools renounce. inu,an argument to explain length my county, known as the Hall Place, (for S port paid,) P.'BELL, Charleston, a C. ..;. .J

they should have in Congress, The indignation I felt nptn reading the bold reasons for my opinion., shall,therefore, content -, merlytberestdenceof: James and Dorothy.HalL. Sept.,23, 1848. it ". I
i for the at present occupied by G. W, Walton I shall ; '
fatifjita of the slates should bt counted. effusion .myself present by answering all ), : : t.
of the
j For : "Republican" was only surpassed interrogatories in the'ajfimative, and leave, offer for sale the interests of the Estates of TOFISHERMEN' i- ]

, trample. by the contempt excited by itssolf-sufEcient for some future occasion a more extended discussion James Hall and Dorothy Hall deceased, in the 4. } -
The State of Georgia, when the List census I arrogance. The decency thus developed by on the.subject.. MILLARD FILLMORK.NOTICE. said place, piece or parcel of land, knbwn.as the t Amerleari,J--Net ndTIuIa."; -- .T'."J" :"

*:"talcn, had 4(17f)95, n-hite inhabitants. IfI this new recruit of Florida I Hall place near .Mandarin, in the .county ofDuval tingWSL (1.Dlp! at; : ;..i J{ t't
is shining
none of the ll.n'Cl'C counted she would Whiggery a ,. and also about 20 head of stock cattle. STONE, Acitr; _' .' :' qi"j
illustration of the propriety of the claim No. 56 Commercial Street i- l
hatch TIle firm of GILLETT & HAZZARD, hitherto Said property to be sold under a decree of the Boston, Misa 1." )
Congress only Jive Representatives but wrgjahad that sect of political puritans set up to a Circuit Court, for St. Johns county, in a cause FOR SALE-SeJrie Twin. ;. ;

at the same time 2 O,9H slaves; monopoly of the commodity since the fall of federal engaged in the publication of The News, is of Andrew D. Wood, for the use: &. complainant -. OFFERS and .GiBing Twines of allde..5scriptions )t

three- fth'i of&hcmm.&kc lfi.-5.5CO.; : which, added iiiin. this,day dissolved by mutai consent. Eith r of n linstYarJ S. Aldrich, defendant: -Corks, Leads, Ropeing'&&, &fti:-* 'tt ,

to the umubcr of whites make tho parties is authorized to settle tho accounts GEORGE, FAIRBANKS, Also, all descriptions of Nets and Seines-.Tur.? t t.r
57S,553 and giveloGeorgia .
Verily our Bceotia has cause to break forth Special Master in Chancery. tic Nets and Seines-Fisting Seines 'with and1
due.up to this date to the late firm. 2t f.
tight representatives thus giving into shouts of gratulation at the advent of a luminary Sept 2, 18-18; St without bags-Cast New, &c, &0.'- Persons iff/ j. 04i
Iff three.more votes to defend her particular whose benignant must 55 All persons indebted to us, are requested[ want can have'ANT DEsfcarpxioM ofNet-orSein."v 1:

DtCl'Cits than she would' have if the white pop darkness and convert tho rays mists soon dispel tt make payment without delay.AUGUSTUS Master's I1 t1cc. made to order and shipped to their addmi ->, i s H.t

ationonlywcrccouuted. And thus it is with of error into C. GILLETT, .TIlE UNDERSIGNED having been appoint they will please came length,depth; and sue ofi. ; A;
gentle, vivifying dews. B. under a decree of the Circuit Court mesh in their orders. Letters of inquirykromptly 1: ;
Southern States. Blessed is the land that gave him birth; : for the County of Duval and State of.l'lorida a p answered by mail or otherwise .
This was the agreement made by all the thrice blessed is the land that rejoices in his living Jacksonville, Sept. 9,1843. Special Master in Chancery in the case of John Bosten, Mass.,, Sept. 9, '184S. '3ttrpHAT ,-,.J J J
k t41WhCn they adopted the Constitution C. Pelot and Charles H.Pelot. Administrators cf t.. :

Very soon after the glories, and may. become "redolent" with L THE undersigned having purchased the interest James D. Pelot, deceased,against the creditors FOR SALE;'._ ; '\. '. t1 j t.
government began the h his remains! of-the estate of said James D. Pel t testate ; t".
:"Jrtheru SOUTIIRON. of Mr. A. B. Hazzard in the establishment an DESIRABLE "TRACT ,OFRiver LA1O :;It &'
State? tried to defeat the operation'thiscompromise. account of the amount,of assets for distribution JL J.
the East
on side of the i S.h ;
"The the
of News will
To the EJuor of The Xevs ::j from present'day continue the hands of the and ol
:. In 1192, when the ovflflZcnt in slill.Administrntors about six miles below the city'of Jacksonvillejcontaining 4 rt
SIr.-'l'hc the publication of.this paper on.hisown the amounts due respectively to the creditors ol $ .
\' hardiy three old the North note signed J.V. Bryant and also twenty-two. (22)) acre nibre or less.,- 't
years ,
uiD S a that signed C. J. Fchocnheitj and published in account. In the purchase he becomes responsible said estate., Notice is hereby given to all parties bounded as follows : On tile North by part of;-
uwjority in Hill ;
Congress, passed a to interested =That a hearing will be had by '
"' the last I for all the debts of the late firm-arid, an Park or BrauchesterV Tract, on'the East byj i \
utrh'ulth..t "llc11ublic:nr might well afford to
it gave ;-' more Roprcsenta- division of uiCj as Special Master aforesaid, in Jacksonville, Public Lands, on the South by :lands Of WU1- !J
\ts tluu they were entitled to. But the iinrUl pass by unnoticed; for neither of them presumes equal the accounts due having been on Tuesday, the 10th day of October, 1848, ism Barton, and on the West by'the SL JohhV 1

::> Wisiii\cTo.v vttoal this Bill. And this to deny the truth of the statement which I published made between the partners, either of them is when creditors will be required to present their River. On the pla e there is a good .welligwith ,*

'AI the ; in the "News': of the 23d nit. The int7zich authorized to'reccipt for and collect,-ilicin. accounts, supported by proper evidence, for adjudication piazzas front and rear, and all the neces-; V (?
kgiuII.g of the use of that. important oie be barrel from allowance
AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT..' or an sary out buildings in good order.-. Its beauttr Ii
!ivwer s and oifuiid Editor calls them
_ -;Jui'|ortant c.-pecially to the minority.jicpulatiou a '. Jacksonville thereof. AUGUSTUS. GILLETT, ful and healthy situation, and.'cpntignltJMlo the ,.t "lf
The-hite is much greater at the tion" of the statement in the cNewsr! > Sept. 9, .1S-tS. : Special Master in Chancery. .I city, aiid being entirely prbtectedfrpmr.theNorth / J

*;orth than the S.uth. The Northern people The whole sdlstanceoftJte statitnint is admitted NOTICSS-- -- 'Jacksonville, September 2. 15-18. 4t East winds, renders. ainost c .desirable '

"'IJt only [ But order that residence for persons intendin:io'spexid the
to trite in to
r not
expect the genera!government to pro- prove only SIX weeks after dates 1 will apply to the ,NOTICE.A winter months in this climate. ". ..
.. 'l lllfrom foreign;: enemies, but they want the siihattincc was true, but that the very nords Judge,of Probate, of Benton county,for PPLICATION will be made to the next For terms, please apply at the .placer>' if:t..r fhownVr .

he; L'rnmcnt to bestow bounties them' in arc accurately reported, .I send you the letterof letters of Administration on the Estate of Richard Ii General, :Assembly Florida, for an act th reo ,t. M. KlNGSLEY; or to '* 1
on Mr. Wm. 31. llagan showing that Schoenheit D. I'rine, late of said county, deceased. incorporation to authorize a company construct 1'KB.' .G1DBStAttty4TklatFort.George1i1&nd '
tLefotrnottaTfTs, nt the expense of the South MARV PRINE, Adm'x. a Rail Road,from Cedar Keys, or"some' ( ".rJacksoliviU .

ern 1Pcorle. While the Southern people desire himself corroborated the truth of the statement N. M. MOODY, Adrn'r., eligible point on ,the Gulf ebast, to the SLMa: ;'Aug.26,1848: 4tAdministrttor's. .. :&, 05"if if;

j only to be ctalone" in their domestic policy, in the "News." after it rcas published October, 1848. 6t; ry's River, or some eligible point on the'Atlantic "- "- --," .!'.. : .

'IIJ on1y ask the S. says, non', that B. did not "call him aside" coast or the St Johns' River Notice. ':'tz4, ,JiJj
i- '
general to give a
government FOR SALE CHEAP. August 26 1848. 3m .
WEEKS I shAll to the
thClll CflU:11 to insult him; he only insulted him as they were SIX ; apply a "
protection with tho North against THE HOUSE AND LOTinManda- ot Probates for Columbia Co
Judge nty. ;
u r
lorri walking together He too that Mr. KUvelcth tdinl istrator'S Notice. .
Qg esri"t. says, LetteS
mt rin formerly occupied by Charles for of Administration theEstate of s. 'JD"

Fu&nsthat the votes acquired by the South was not dispatched to ""soften own" the Sommcrs Esq. The Lot contains five SIX Judge WEEKSaftedatc of Probates for, I Columbia shall apply County to the, Richard;'Pryne, late,of said county,deceasedt-l t

speech, he only volunteered If this. were all ucruM.and the House is in'good repairs.For JOHN AVIDSON.Hn i]
coaming for Letters oh theEState
three-fifths of the slaves enabled Administration .of:
particulars apply to GEO.tVPOWERS, Alligator,-Aug.' ,1338- -.- -;;. .gy;:* .t.f !
t Sout t.o check the covetous designs of ihe trve it would not efute" my statement; but Jacksonville, or to HENRY F HARTLEY. Milton, .-\Marison., .. :<.late f of said county,deceas JJOHN'DAVIDSON -L,; -- *'"..," 'iA 1

.Irt ; the latter has always opposed the crtenwn that there is not a word ?truth'in it, is provedby Mandarin, Scpt..30;,1848. OwDISSOLUTION. t'W ; :* NOTICE \x '].11

slavery! and the admission of new States Mr.lI.'s tt.LteUlclit of S.7&own admission.. ---' ---r-r -v- ,- > Alligator, Aug:26-184S; 'J. ; .<_ -. SIX'"WEEKS :after date, I jshaUapply-.tothet<, .
'4SIr. Honorable Judge of'Probate ;in ndfor-w-
a'' ., ltespoctfiiflyyours. THE: CP-PARTNEKSHU> .heretofore,.cxh t. Estate or Crispin ,Morgan, dec, the County of Hillsborough, for Letteri of Administration -:,

\'cbstor Lately declared in,.the Senate CHARLES.. .. .Bi'RNE., g under the firm.of.DELLj;& ILVIN,is A LL 'Persons' ii interested'. 'hereby notified, ou' the Estate of Susan j Stafford- < II IIi IIr
hat k > "this day"dissolved. by mutual oDl cnt. Che.business ] -. A That Sii,WeekS '1'ro thc. dale her ot :3 I, late'of said county deceasedH fc--, I
v&sopjxMod and would be Dr. CITAK.LKS BYUNK ,
always op- -. 'i -
'pf the.concern.will bp.settledbyWilliam shall F1it to thVHon: James S.sJoncsJndg e 4'I.-' 'JOSHtJASTAFPOB; <

itoThakingany new:! slave States.b1cly,to Dear'Sir-At. ,your request. -j'-I have read'> the Dellv All persons.ondebted? rto the concernwili, of ProbAtafar.Columbia'.County, forXetters.of 'III11a1ioron 1i Cou 1ty<8.ptf11lbc2't"t 1i
> ** ji. L-
: -i
IretntthC' please forward and make settlements with Administration ;the Estat of.CrispintMor- -
increaseof; the political i iwwcrjlh'af'iti: t1 .letter'nihe!, Jacso'ivifleflepubhcan addiessodto come" on, A-r- --- '" -;rlO-5-- i

the st U1 thus acquired .Mrt Bryant by Mr,Schoenbeit on the subjectof ."'.':' ',''."' ."'. ,;,>d"p"-r, ,, .:."...<, .., xJ. .D LL. ,.- gan.late" of said county,d.eceased.i.il .-... a yH7 : .T' "W SENDg'SA. SAP 'I.lreaJi
; hii : C.B.AL : ? .. r .h just receiTjd and for sale;by '
: t DANIELLsORGAN.I supply -
.; t:11.fi,1"rl, f.,.. .l,.i''J\, ':wrr 1Jft.. ;. 4 'can: the. : iirticle. '. published'. '. ',. '.in" the. f 1cW$,1 signed" .I NewnansvilleFlaAug./ : "jp,, ;:.... :".' l.ir Alligator, August ; July' -..: il>"'*& tfl.IFJPA REEDs

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:\': S.-.U.1 't1J .V.'l....!..t1iOoitG. ..- .."; No. 56 Cedar Street, New Yot'k; partnerahjp fort; J practicegURGEKYr o( D! um-AAd, !fpenqfiojw %% 'll SMC1"1{ H fi&W.tfrgritu r 1. IS. J., Jml'tl'tt Ipl 1 l
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.j a'Utt i :1tmm STUDENtsuu.- J"c" -_ t1 ni:aiitI lal npt t U. IU' Clf1"'llt ',g I\
,:.:.'; .;;; i. VItii + .'I.M' '' )1mm. :; 1IiID (N .,: Patients froitf dist4 lcec ibe'tiwen1'C : } FALL AND WlNTEJf'MEI>IOlN-E'-u (1ffl IoLaTiproaching : .rtuoe.-taiu

.. 4 T" -_".; {LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) 'ri1 dated and Tcasonable terms,,either: ;the. : Thb!great{:Ibcauty:and. superiorityofjtlustSdrjsaparilla -- that critial fcriod, "Lbto a f

:lJ BY THE. '. PRESIDENT OF THE. Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE Hotels or, Private Boarding IJousea city vcra.llJ tlier. rcmedicu_is.it, era- h. t. t.ak4j,1aajjventive ,tm i

J i" UNiTED STATES No. 56 CEDAR'STREET,-the WHOLE I and can receive from the Subscribers, :1fhI 11 ,dictttes disease, it.i invigorates tlie. .} 1brinyoithe J1 f ni1 A.

f?4qi ""In-pursuance of law, 1, JlIES.K.. which is devoted to the exhibition and sale I ical'and Surgical 'attention'ai'"tueir cases tKay S body consumption curcd.eleausenndstrengtbcll. ,. I 1 cnSf.8 t'6 ,dude'ftDtlltt"ure'l bjtttNI r.
., '" .
-rAl POLK, President of the United States ; of the Single Article of I require. fiw > "' it i. S '. .' .- time of life.: .TfcltlpciiMl Biy ::& tl1i:1 -

1 ; f-America, do hereby declare and make PRINTED CALICOES.Their A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS' SS.4 S consumption be:cured- S .sev rnlyea bj usiig tLkWcUicithoe ,l; :
1 will roceivedrwho will be supplied! with :: br9nocbitii7conSUIuption, liver complaint, S le yaluablJor Tvbo,DIQ .p"r"
; known that public sales will be held Stock consists of- nearly be catarrh. tlmia titS 'OlUl .L J '.lt w Calculate 9b(
. present Books, Plates, Anatomical, and other Preparations : cbfd; ;; coughs, : as ? lo'I ftiJSU.'DU f
at the dermentioned Land Offices in One Tliousiiticl Packages, -will 4>e regularly exanuinfed in the pto-' tingof blood,sorenessin the chest, lingthr blood and inf t'tbi

: 'I 4heSTATE._ OF FLORIDA, at the periods Embracing some THOUSANDS of different gress of their.studies, 'according to the mode t ft.1. .Jiect.Ie.flushnig1t sweats,'Uiltinl -' {JDlht,tbi jncUicinebii' .

" ; .ll hereinafter designated, to wit! : patternsand colorings, and comprising everything and pursued in the Jarge, Northern cities-will be : ,: -'* ."."..{-cnltcr:protnso: exp c- ,:: all, the diaciibcsto which women are I I.
. 1 desirable in the line, FOREIGN S :: tonUion and pain It.braceMhe. whpe.sjstem. renei"1 1ntty
Newninsvillc to and dispense. Medicines > .
r.J! At the land office at commfnciagon taught compound : hI / ;
: ."5' Monday the ninth of October next, for DOMESTIC., cash and will be instructed.inti. minor'every"day : TO. .rtiesidec.? tile natural.iinpuritiesfthe ener ie-by re1lo,
. All of which arc offered for sale, for .or ., S ,>? ';m. 'have ftnd body.-.nov0 stiSa *
':'.S( the disposal of the public lati-ls! situated within PRICES duties of the Surgeon. feeding, Cupping. Bandaging ,; far : :
credit at LOWEST .' the asl to f
' the undermentioned townships and parts of satisfactory &c. &c. f can:b& S system produce asubsequent* I
,ri? which is *'"
'I tAi t'townships viz: by thePIECE Perhaps no PrivaCe Office in any American :cured S tionr ; the case of most lnetUcin. fl

; .:tIrI4. South of the base line, and cast of the principal OR PACKAGE.New city will afford a greater variety of new and approved Probably there lever was a remedy that has for female weakness and die Ni r '

'.;...JS meridian.Thft Styles are received nlmost every day, remedies, or present more practical facilities been so successful desperate e cascs-ofconsunip- DISEASE OF TIlE HEART *|V

.'.:::r.: fraction of township seven, situated cast and many of them are got up for our own sales. for students.In tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TUBE4NDDRoPsy!' '.

' ,;'fi.t of the Suwannee river, (except &C-lionsone, elesi's. and not to be found elsewhere. connexion with this department, it may system and appears to heal the ulcers on the S NEW.YOBK,Julr.22.uitt..

"' Ten and twelve) and the fraction of township L p Printed lists of prices, corrected from be proper to state that as soon as possible an lungs, and the patients gradually regain thdr DR. TouasEMZfcar Sir: )Jr..itt

'' .* P ten, cast of said river, (except Sections six, sev- day to day, with every variation in the market, Infirmary for the reception of,both Medical and I usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease of the beak5\ '

:XfliA* en, eighteen, nineteen, twenty and Chirty-onc,) are placed in the hands of buyers. of Surgical Patients will be opened,,when students CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with terrible rapture for over fifteen *'*!!!! S

.fp4, er r range Tourteen.a. Merchants will be able to form some idea will have the opportunity studying scarcely' a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. b< '..

. :* $* Fractional township thirty-six, of range sev- the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe diseases. J. T. J. WILSON, M. D. number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with hol'tnl'SB breaUund tQUn.

'l *iTv 4ntccn.n state, that the value of our usual stock of C. C. VAN WYCK, M. D. cured,by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The teringof the ht'artt which has btoj 1, .

.fy\: Townships twenty-three and twenty-four,and ,this ONE AUTICLE is at least twice the value of Tallahassee, Aug. 5, 1848., _6m following was recently received: _. trcssing, and has frequently beta 'i t .
{ thirtyseven the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by leave her bed. The .
V $ fractional townships% thirty-one thirty-six STATE OF FLORIDA i DR. TowNsnND-Dear Sir : For the last rupture wnsTei1 ";
'*. &>*': thirty-eight and thirty-nine, of range our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact and together MONROE COUNTY. three years I have been afflicted with general and severe She tried almost '
'. : ,' with the fact, that our means our such cases with but little benefit.tLJ
't'jjiv* eighteen. Benjamin Megin 1 debility, and nervous consumption of the last it
.:t 4';/! iTownships twenty-three and twenty-four, attention instead of being divided among a vast VI I' stage,and did not expect to ever gain my.healthat hud taken but three bottles of your xedt!'

.".; ..1' fractional township thirty-one, townships thir- variety of article, are devoted wholly to ONE, Thomas Taylor Phi1ipIn t Chancery. all. After going through a cours of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of tie& !!'
offer ,
; j. : ty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional will render the advantages which we can 3.wyernndJamesFilor. J under the-care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has alDi sf-
obvious and it shall be
'::.:" I';': township thirty-nine, of range nineteen. to dealers perfectly ; appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas regular physicians and members of the tircly disappeared.

1".it\ !. Townships twenty-three, (except the western our care that none who visit our establishment. iT Taylor and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the ''Board of Health in New York nnd elsewhere, She h is-ulso.had the dropsy, and,..a-. ;' .
,.,?. .,. tier of SC.t OIl.S.) thirty-one thirty-two, thirty- shall meet with any disappointment.Our mich swollen. \\ had '
.t 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 : e r.o idea thatihe
; fj.: eic:, thirty-seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine, assortment LEE 'JUDSON & LEE.P. State of Florida, and .that the said Thomas Taylor to regain my health, antI.after read be so benefited: as the had tuch'L oin,, ( "
,:'' ,":"" of range twenty. year. LEE formerly of the firm of resides in Europe, and that the said Philip ing in'some raJcr.of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of(1 li5 and S. B. F.
thirty-two ,
;.1' ., Townships thirty, I found it Pear, relieved her of thc'drcpy,
.Ji'" ," Lord & Lees and'tte senior partner of the original Sawyer resides in the State.ofMil3.issippi to try it. After using six bottles linufen
'4::t.tY. ;, or range twenty-one. 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 is .so. itrauge sstojiW.'
.' Townships thirty, thirty-one, and answer the said bill otherwise it shall be 9fDce Avitlx advice I kept on and do i'.lmcit. like fiction, but it is., nevertieloV uUr'
and thirty-four, of range twenty- nection ho withdrew some time ago, has resumed your ;j' your: : ;
; thirty-three Ycmr
f Sarsiparilla' is
: business in connection with Messrs. Lee & taken pro confesso.It mosthca'ti1ytb.nkyou'for'y ur advice. 1 persevere tertaitlA'S'

;p. j ; the land office at St. Augustine, commencing assures
",:. !.f, be in 'usual labors for the last one that is utr(1'1g as we have beta.
,'i.-i" Monday the sixteenth day of October concern shall have the same pre-eminence in published in some newspaper printed able to to my .;If u,
{. next on for the disposal of the public lands within this branch of trade, which formerly distin the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month four mouths, nnd I hope by theblesbings of God I disbelieve tins acxwiiit, they are at'liUrhtt
,:.1 : for nine months in reference to the said Thomas and SurbaparilLi to continue health. call at my hcut-e and have cculardcffiCEhtritix
t.> the undermentioned townships and ports of wished the other two houses to which he be your my '
:.::-of".. townships viz : longed. June 25, 847. ly Taylor, and on'cc a week for four months, in It helped me beyond the expectations! of all that Yours, respect lulty, .' ..
F;. t ; reference to the said Philip Sawyer. knew my case. C1IA11LES QULMBV. S WILLIAM TOWSEll, 1 J&w.u.4DySIiFSr.
I. t ."r: South of the base line, and east of the principalmeridian. -
B. LANCASTER Es Co.N.J. It.j7. -
-. ... A. M. REED JOS. Orange, sex Aug., : :*
::' .,' ;"t r Judge So. Circuit of Florida. Slate of New Jersey, Essex Covnty.'.-Chas. *

, t,'. .: Town hips eighteen, nineteen and twenty, constantly on hand & well assorted TIIOS. F. KING, Sol. for CompVt. Quimby being duly sworn kccordirg to.]nw.on S Xo fluid or mcdidine has ever bcca dutoTir

\' $:::;-': and fractional township twenty-one, of range I HAS k ofGroceries Key West, February 19, 184S. 9m his oath saitb, that the t'efrejroing statement is : cd which so nearly resembles the gstfruiMior

::.It. "t'' twenty'cight.Fractional. 4 I Provisions true;according to the best of his kn ledge aid ; .saliva i in dectnipCbingA/od and trengtifti
', \\ township nineteen and township DryGoods, IN CIRCUIT COOKT.EASTERN .
belief CIIAS. O.ULMBY. the organs of digestion i-s this pr j>araJiptt,

:': '-! twenty, of range nine.Towa Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz ; CIRCUIT OF 'I.ORlDA-COUiTY Cn.tNeEztv. '. op I Sworn and subscribed. to before me at Orange, S'nr lIl n 'i11n. It j;t itivily curcs'everTciTj'c ct'

i';.:1-!; ->hip twenty-four, and fractional town- ST. JOHNS: IN the 2d August; 1847. CYRUS liALUJYft, d\. t>pepia, Lo\\ ever MVlll' i.r 11 rcnic.\, ,,.
: :. 4; hip tvrciity-five, of range thirty. Superfine Flour, in bbls and bbls ; The Southern Life JNK.1)u1'nTIET. A -' V4
; In-1 .-J.u ticc of. the:Peace. : J : LF.\ \May 10 IUS1 j j1)t. =
?: T.\: \. Townships twenty-two and twenty-four, and Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; surance & Trust I TowAiEMs-Lir: 1 lli teen}tiStri

'.;::.r fractional township twenty-five, (except Sections limn, Bacon, Pork, F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; I ny to use of Arthur } Bill to Foreclose CHILDREN SA v.ED.' for several JCi'1'StiJ, fa441,1 iii'ft i'ictif

" :-t. : twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five) I Mackerel: Codfish, Salt, Rice;, Reed, TWp form Dttendtdith l
; I Very indeed in' fact we have toura? orrfoSacSr{t1
, :, Gohen Butter Lard Cheese White Beans S : .
t. of vs.Augustus "
thirty-one. ,
'.' range J. ,. ,' not heard of one-that :used Tovrust-KilV, of aipcfitc! cxtreu.e LcartLurn,sr.it (11 patftvvftltn
r ;::) Townships twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty Irish Potatoes; S Ponjaud; S iiitime lost children the ; to {ill.kink of food, ai fcqi i,
': :, three and twenty-four and fractional Oil Candles having been made td appear to the. satisfaction Sarsaparilla any; pat! !i : : '
,... township ; IT ; summer. while those that did not tide en ed nrnl :! (wlint I could c t.1) Lave, been uinbletoitfaja,
' .:: twenty-five, of range thirty-two. Green and Black Tea,Rio and Java. Coffee; of the Court by Affidavit, that the died. 'The certificate we"publish below is''con!I tut'!ii'smoll rcI-tidtiCrL HIT stcnmch. 'Itnt tK'
< Township nineteen Sections one two threa I Muscovado Sugxr N 0 Molasses Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed,
:" :. ; uh1 but
elusive evidence of its valae-nnd is only anoth.'I rt-nieuii-i. tty; hr.d' but little.?!&
: :S; .: StctioM Unto itte n exclusive, Sections twenty- Stuart's Refined.Loaf, Crushed, and Pulveris in the above entitled cause resides out of the iu
the lives of children efict: rt-nioyji\g the cimplaint. I.vsi b3tt
instance of its
:, i .
:... =' ; CBA to; twenty-seven inclusive, and Sections tlurty : Sugar State of Florida, and out of the United States. saving :, cd. r.Lcut months
: two sir.ceto
;J:. -one thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six in Brandy Rum Gin Whiskey Alcohol Turpentine and one of the West India Ist1ndfo1nlld _DIt.1'owiSEsD--DeliT. Sir: I had two i : ,, try p
', inCu.ba ;
cured of the I arsapari1h at. U mrst *,ith! liltleCSBfidence !
by yo'ur Sarsapaiilla summer lj say -
of this Court Therefore
.t- :\ twenty; township twentyone ; beyond jurisdiction ,
but afteii.ii ttittiIi
': one, townehip twenty-two (except Sections one, London Porter, Port, Madeira, and Champagne On motion of C. Downing, Esq.,{Solicitor for ,I complaint! and .dysenteryone was only 15 hundmyapFetite; : rcsUrrd rienjly and the 1eirttm-

:::l.::: twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five) Wine; said Complainant, I months old and the'oth r 3 years. They were !I I

(: "l..f nd townships twenty-five and twenty-six, of Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. It is Ordered, That the said' Augustus ,Poujaud I I very much reduced,and.we,expected they would .i entirely removed, .aiid.I.would".earHwiJjiicoiiuiici.d
S the use of it those who..hatttnufilic'ttd
die .
:: ;1: range thirty-three. A Compete Assorting of Dry Goods- and others be required to appear and answer ; they were givcn up by two respectablephysicians. :' as'I have been.tp $.*"-
When informed that
: h'i.' Sections three, four, five, Sections nine to fifteen Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta said Bill of Complaint within six months.or .' tho doctor ns I S S S, 'w. Y.oZA.itT f;'
'must them resolved
lose ivc
' wd try yr.
" : inclusive.,Sections twenty-two to twcnty- Ribbons; the same will be taken as ,onfesscd. against
! : ..5 '1.eusive, and Sections thirty-four thirty- Sheetings and Shirting bleachM and unblcach'd" : SorsaparillA' we had heard'so,much of, but had N.:jl:'B. Pniiao-cng a* but cucliKs hTthp

J. .;: fire and thirty-six in township twenty-two, and Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; ; him.It{is further.,Ordered,.That a copy S of this 0rder S little:confidence,.there, being-so much stui :ad.vcrtiscd -: 1: J'rl'th&itteiimrnatunf5., t:! t( ?t; .J t Je. ctn1Pkt P. J *i1ki*
': .:: township twenty-three, (except Sections one to Cambric, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins.; duly certified by the Clerk of this Cour fl b'cjpubjlishcd -, that'"' is, wortliless,5for :1 But ive are .verythankfijl .5 Prnfclpnl'(tftlct 2, FpTtc'n--t.S'un VjQEDI lh! .
; we tltxT it iiddubtdlrthe pnV'Cil
L: ,:ItI' six: inclusive) of range thirtyfour.Fractidnal Jlosiery, Hdkfs,' Gloves, Suspenders -. .- in' S9l C jiewspVper"printed} .:jr itujn the lives thn f1tlii' ,; -'ttus.tltat othws'luaT'beimtucrd .; \-4ljk1f48: fift t.tJ n.firsJ,132
';.: .township] twenty-two, the four Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; Eastern Circuit of Florida once.iT. month con&ecutiVely '
/ ;urt h $acrtd.strhilr. 1 1i1
it.- : ; :
jyours.rcBpcctfuUy.U&AHC : .
. ; :0if eastern tiers; of Sections in township twenty- Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for. .pants forsU months.-/ Tr., toiuse '
.\: .. five, and, Seections one' to" four inclusive, Sections &c., &c.,&e. : [Signed,] TrtO....DO.tTGjLg.J: ,JtIge....'I : :j. .,if ti" ;c :...:' ..A9J.P! )viivj)'' I), n ;.1lauflkjinionii.u. y g! 1i l fa'-'U1o' '; 1 ri'i / .J"

': nine to fifteen iucluslvej and Sections twenty-1 Umbrellas -Silk) Gingham,.and. Cotton, in steel I, PETER B. DUMAtf,' ClerN o-'atddo ; cii i' I i 'MlJitlc-avrnuc. iY l'ctt.lJdJn. $rpt.lJ. 1 ."'1i" ., .r ':" '.l'l.'" .<1"1.c.lien. Clrlcstn3Iyiilt&'I" ., ,t'
'"cij :.I.r tC t. J.tWr enns': 0 1II
.' ;/< ., two to twenty-seven inclusive, tin township and whalebone fl'llliS,' .hereby certify tie ,pl1?':9_ q.bea.tru9 cop/ l : L 1i'sltJjl" : P tti.t-i "rft BfE'1 t\'t ?
. :J.: :. twentyrsiij of rouge thirty-five. ; : I lllrdlt.llreCutleryKniveS', Scissors, Razors; of an Order,:duly made.: .,,land. enter cd'of'rpcocdr< f '. anfcs CuWfnfn ;l i I'Jtf. o?u.4f'hirf1odntl'c AssfetnAti I ltJAhthl.u ; .J f& J:
s .j *.I..i" . :;' : '.. Fractional. townships nineteen, and: twenty/ NVilsilingesj; 11llttsi Knives hn4 Fork Spoons, .5 in the above eHUtJcd KJausc, ,ou thesije.t" ih tltn:'.lCt.l tnn)lr bla1\t1:ifthe I

.'; of raughirty.sr\ :, ..1 oj : I : : Tea-Tray 0:' ; ., : < ',- : -,f. ; .. 4iyofAugutiD.1S41. -' 'J? *. ; gentleman spoken of in the |pllpyriug letter:,', .:. N 61:,1 l1Ll ipH 'Jl J le!United. JrJU"t. !1}i.t lnil mPl'

";1'::.$ At,the Jand J office at Tallahassee, commencing Collins Axes, Hammers,1 Hatchets, Saws S S :_ ,,.\I7.t DUMAS;: S ,:; :, tH J 'XflEUMATJ&I: :; !ifi !l n'll s.tf r T\ .:''tL tfttcs.Yq fl tt1Yt t b'f u

,.<. ... ol1.491'by he twenty-third day of; October Carriage Wrc lies, Halter Chains.: Pots, Kettles 5 :Clerk' .C:\'C.' "of a. {.'Jj.>}lm6s'Coun'ty.. ,' *.'- : .jTbie i' only, QIJeRr I ire! I .' ./:. next .fpr tuG disposal ef the public lands situate4irithia &e., &c.; Jan,7:1S.18. : S TaiufGni.; cases bf rnoiiniJitisni. that' Jr": Totrnsend7s'Barsa'pHVilla -' t'irlUIJII j
undermentioned and A few Rifles ...-Powder : ruary.2GpS:1S.. SS ; .) .t'l; )r
-; :ti : the townships -lowpriced: Flasks.A S lias' euifetr"The' ;mfet sevcie awlihronic ;

;;. : : parts of townships, to wit : Good Asftrtmcnt of Crockery ,and,.Tin ,Ware. ..j ;" : } casts xira'"Weakly'.'Eradicated by itsei-; '1Oiii' &ALflE1CI

..:: :.1' South of the base line, and cast of the principal Hoots fy Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's ALACIWA1OUSit triothnaryvp.ues\ : .t'J': : S 1'... f.fUI.... 1--1 ;uJ.r-t ,';;lftl. ; .J 3ttt: 1

' 4""'.!.' meridian. . Boots and Shoes, of all kinds. r I1HE. SubscriberhaVrngpfirch! ?cd'the house BL.\ Kwr.L's ISL.-\4Dt Sept. 14, 1847. .ATT9.1U'tAND. .COtJcsC14OU8 .AT :'
.7 .. :!. The two'eastern tiers of Sections,in.township : A variet//'of..Fancy. Articles, Perfumery, Medicines JL and premises ''formerly ed'antl'oecif-' I Du. TowNsND-Vcar{ &>r f havcfsAficrlVieTriDly { .j ""1"1.la.C"t r" :aqlc 1 "In" !jtot""j:ll' \:uYtfitud'Elt1ItS.Iiui 'i

:, '. two, the east half of township three and town- ,. :c.JacksonviiicApril. pied by.' 'J. Pearson ;Esq :'ati'NetfnansVille,' ; ortili n'e 1 yews will* *htfTKeumalhm; I thbRttekn'CiMiI.ofP1 iif:1,

,: :.-.. : skip feur, (except* the eastern'tior Sections.) 15, 1848. ly : E. F., will'be rc' dy'to ACcom'raoclitte'Boarilert'arid considcraljlo;the timii.L could,nkxte t;sleep9ryorkrl : W:\. AAFoBWAiDhS Aiigi thJc\.i\:,'
: : -- otra three. r* llers after the l8tlayofM 7'h&t, S aS LEWIS ALDKICH. Nwnansvil1j4
,: : iad, thciaost, distr ssins-IalllX ; ;
. ,.,.- IL Township'two) '(excepfSe wnj ono to twelve and hopes by.his exertions to make'his gnests as -
I used
S have
INVALUABLE mylimbs were
rJibIY..t5Yonh .
''z comfortable as possible. lIe has good ; S 'S 'Wl\1 FCRABEE'ATT
& stabling
. %: inclusive and t.ons.seventeen eighteen, four bottles of r Ilf 'and they Lave !
: \ltsar
t,: '.;r.: nineteen, thirty and thirty-one) Sections six FAMILY. COMPANION. and first fate hostler always in atte difu ?.', done me'more"Umn your ono"tho\isand'clollai-s; worth X"NEY'\ND COSELLOK'AT"th!:
*', 4
: and sereK, in township three, and fractional GEO. 3!. GALPIN. '
; _; eI. Lectures C..tuscs,Prevention Cure of good-I am so much better. Indeed I am S Jacksonville"PItI .
: tow shipiffe, (except Sections three, four, fin SIX Newnansville, April 15, 1)4J. '6m -
of Diseases of the
-: '. four. Consumption, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use I WILt, attend to' 'entrust'&tffti
J. and six,) of range Heart, anti all Female J: \seH. 234 pages, 28engravings. I this for the benefit of the afflicted. any East p.
: Townships three and four and fractional hands inany of the Courts in-the !
lpcl'O cts.; bound 75 cents.- HOLMES fe. CO. YoUrs JAMES GUMMING
4: ; townshp five of range five. ; respect ; cuit of Florida. S stfFELIX
Mail to any part-pobtagc 'J4 cts. -
five of six.
Township '
township nine, of range range twelve.4J -. Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. /J'l SSRS. HOLMES & CO. have. removcij That Dr. TownscndTs Sarsaparilla is,the very I LIVINGSTORiAT
Mail to any part.iO< els. postage. Inhaling .LTI. their stock of Merchin iic
( to
'. ia/wonoclevcn, twelve, thirteen fourteen the.1m'ge best remedy for female complaints there i is < ATLAW, f'L?
Tube Silver SI: mail letter Abdominal -
by postage. building furiier1yuceupicd by the United States .
SulWIII.tWcuty-thl.ec to twenty-swven inclusiye ,no deputing ;, thousands and thousands of : : '.'" JackS01 m/leIF4 ,
Supporters) l'fcct $3 to $10 for all known '
the (Joverimeiit :
as 'IuilthingThey'I : i
weak debilitated females
and that
and -Sections thirty-four thirty-live and were *
; thirty- pros in idVthe Courts of thelWo if
Falling of the Bowels and Womb WI practice f
Ruptures, have added to their stock by the late arrivals. ; '
: Berenand townships eight aid nine of trated' by those'diseases to 'which females are ,
range and Weak Back antI Chest sent 'Circuit.-t L-dr\"ti'
thlrtt' n., '; by express from New York. afullitssortmcnt of Dry Goods.' subject were soon in the enjoyment of robust : ?

t_... 244_ :. The,fruction of township seven,situated west everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or Groceries, Hardware, Provisions,. &c.,. &c., health. -S ? < t AUGUSTUS C. GJLLETT ..J !
4 i Rupture Supporters, give height from head to which they are prepared to sell reduced
of.the.Suwanuee river of fourteen. New YOEX Sept.,23,1&17. Ul,
.: : rango foot and circumference of next the S ,,. ATTORNEY AND 'COUNSELLOR' At
surface -
Lands appropriated by law for the use of just above the hips. person If Itupture mention prices. .'pR.TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: $Iy'wife has for And Commissioner.of Deeds of the State oW*'
military or other will They are now prepared to purchase Cottons the been sick and in
schools be ,
purposes excluded last'year very ; a greatly of
which side. Agents wanted for the sale of the necticut within.and for the State .flop-
Hides and other of the ,
produce at the
from the sales. country, reduced state of health reduced ; S
being by a r"
above goods. Address S. S. FITCH 707 '
Market and make
highest rates cash
The offering of the above mentioned lands advances variety of complaints such.us fenmlesnre liable

.'"i.: will,l>e'commenced on the days appointed, and Broadway April 1 1 ,1818.New York, post pa.it an consignments to their friends in Savannah to j she got so bad at length that she was entirely 5- CHARLES P. COOPED '
1* L. : proceed in the order in which ly and Charleston, or New York. child
they are advertised unable to walk, anti was as helpless as t\ ; ;'
:.} .p .f with all convenient dispatch until They have a. new, article. of Wrmi. she commenced ands
the Fifty Dollars Reward -- ------- -- --' O& using your Sarsaparilla .Ia'J
..1.41 whole shall have been offered, and the sales Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call e immediately began to regain her strength) practice in thesevcral Courtsof

"tt r: I thus'closed. But no sale shall be kept open WILL BE GIVEN BY THE the attention ofPlanters.Jacksonville her complaints left her, and after taking several tern Circuit ofFlorlila.Jnckonvih1e .. .

f; t lonaerthiu two weeks, and no private entry oj undersigned for the apprchen.J. Nov. 6, 1846. tf bottles she is restored. Being a singularcase E.F.,Nov. 26, 1 st1., ;, .

r any.of the lands will be admitted until after sion and safe delivery into the IS I: thought it might do good.to publish it.-
t I Duval County Jail of the following .__ TYPE '
the expiration the two weeks.5'piven She used n number of remedies that done her CHARLES H. ,
U. ; under my hand at the City of Washin'giion negroes, to wit: Venis, H woman, Hanniluld 59 .Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. no.good previously. Yours, respectfully ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT 'LXW;
a boy Gcorgiana a girl and what children ,
t;. .J this third of subscribers have
day July, anno Domini taken the Type'Foun- S JOHN MULLEN 87 Norfolk-st.
THE : River Florida.
the above named Little ;
': ,!.' op. thousand eight! hundred and forty-eight. might have borned and will continue the business lately _. :
j -! ,. since she has been absent, supposed to be two WILL practico in the several Court* *
conducted Robert
."Bjr the : by Taylor. will
They attendto
: TO Till: LADIES|
t4 three and Ellick enow
"" or an old African man. Eastern Circuit Florida business
JAMES K. POLK. all orders they may receive with
.rlr" The above fugitive slaves have been absent S to his care will,meet with prompt attffl.
YOUNG and All the ,
RICHARD M. dispatch.
..} Type manufactured by DR.TOWNSEND'S: SAKSAPAKILIA is a sovereignand .
= for nearly four M. :. : i : '
". 'LeC011l71USSfQR.er years. S. SSS
of the General Land PJfiu.t1 Jacksonville March 25th 1S48. Cm them'will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnish speedy cure for incipient consumption, and JOSEPHyF1TCH .

: : NOTICE IrO' ,PRE-EMPTION all kinds of Printers' Materials, of the best qual fortho: general .prostration of the system-no r.
,. :'h CLAIMANTS ity. Mr. J.. A. Overend. is still:'employed iiisuperintendl1lg matterjjvrhether result.of inherent' cause.oryCauscSj.produccd UA vii a'established himself PALT1J'liz
Eetery entitled the t IE14wiU
person right of CLARK LAWSON ,GENERAL \
: preemption & ,. the,manufacturing jCpMMISSION
t. department. irregularity i illness
.. .t s., and t to any of of the lands within the townships FAcrous: AND CnxKUAt, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Proprietors of newspapers, who have not advertised nCCIUl'lh. \ lttJ l..f :apy Jiuiqcss! tru4 .

. r is parts townships above enumerated ;Savannah, Georgia, tender their services for the subscribers, who m''ublshthis Nothing can bc"mbres' (: requiretLtoestablishthe $amoto the satisfaction to pi.utters and others, and solicit consignments notice for three, rnppt s 'will be,entitled to clfects"oif'ithdliuman.fntmc.; Pernervelessness i "TJo ciabcr'lO. 1847 .
a. ) vig rmitiiig ,
,is.! : *>f the Register and Receiver of the '' f& "r -** j. r" '; '.* T n '.*-*
. proper on cotton,,and all_other. kinds of country receive -pay in4ype, -purchasing five times l1, l rL} Sftn\l.fr frQDi t:1kllJfdcC 5-
Land'-Office and make sqS liH SJ .
}.i payment therefor -J B QUHBEDGE ).Jt
assoonI.zspraduJ'le ;
produce.! They sire agents, for the celebrated. thonnOuntofheir( bill for adv i-t sing. fullof uli4JeI J ; .
: 1 after this f cC become rpb t llt \ Cl ,gy. .
Vit ; ( before the day npp.nutul for the notice, anti Etowah Mills;"of Cass county, from whom theyare Old Type taken in exchange for new f 9 cfs, Its iflfhiEjic6. -1t.fli1utkhitel. countcr 1ct the TOOK SELLER AND STATION**??*',

a ,)fl.: meat of the' public Bale of the land. commence- weekly supplied with Flour] fresh ground, per Ib. S ".. ofthc'female frame,'Whicli is the South,piJe. Lirket,square, jnwtJ QOl.I
: (ombracitiL mid equal to, Northern ilour. They also keep n'rhe Type with which the "NEWS" S i stiIh l Luffboi & er IIOCS
is barren.ncss.S S'
f\. the traet clainm),otherwise such claim will ba great cause:of. .. ,,.. ,.) I &
; 1; forfeited. ou hand,. constantly, osn-iburgs and yarns printed, was cast at this establishment., > It will not .expected of.us in cases of,soIclicate'a'naturej S .5 : Sarm.ntJlI :.qi '.
% !; f. '? -
:!.oli RICHARD M. YOUNG.* from ,the Eatpnton, ,Cartright, Planters, and S WHITING & .TAYLOR, ( ;trq exhibitcertificates: .o'r.c tf '*. B3-Hc'f.Crs'! r'tllC connfry wfll Mlylillctiilihe I II
-k7 Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they sell at Successors Robert 'buf'we'caiVassure th6 afflicted I
that S
1. } ? C07.n&.sxi lltf of the General Land Office i Taylor petformcd| : lowest prices.'March.J i- ;

; r, c ''J,J1.! d 1848. loins. V*;. the manufacturing: pricc.Marchl February_ ._ ..19, .18'48.._ .hundreds'of cases bcenre'portefl tii. ',' / 1,1)48.;; f ; .: 'f 11:
,\ 'a''.t .,LL---_. ''' \ -., I I : 1 J Jm S' : : :! -'-- :- ------s DR. TQWSEUD; My.Mrife being greatly distressed -, I i I,
.;,, ;.,14 ,bio fie j%
: N;.: A LL PERSONS having claims or demand* \' ,, ., Misses' ; 'ThT ad-1aCeBit- ;I suffering continually-4iy- and with other "S ,. ''' 'ATI O T'I OIV.B E'Ki ff cj,
: >liIotith 'J3statoofMrs$ Sophia Fleming, as i FACTOR AND ,COMMISSION MEUCHANT, Drill i,iSwissEdin BobbinsChecked j Ambries?White Lfrien difficulties, and having known cases wherc'y ouryescribcaj ,S. ,;. ; j. -JACKSQNyiLL

d' heirSf.crcditora,. entitled 0 tlistributiou;will S 't'. S ; '." Charleston, S. C. ; Net ;Shell; Fik }! "i 1iP1.osq !t : iJIA t.rtf,9 4..b vur's;.iitI, also -: .% T SALES' ,in fvnypart:o tb ooijtt' **"/("'

; ,; render them in within two yean, or they will :'I{:.'Er..Es .s=E. G.'3a don,'EiqJ near Jacksonville : Neck; do. Gents'Stde Conibs r lng to:1 CfdId,4h, 8 i J ennri"'lt recpmmendcd for ch cnst's as 1 nave' to and resnectully sopcitetl.j .. jJI J,
.t1f. ; I..IB'Otto1: : I.Shirti m t j, vl 3 n>Af.iif i t' J '
; .
Persona indebted 4ched. rdWamed'ft 'bbitltth'EjtIt4 iy'd tS
.t:. birro'l-byTaur to said es .E.1.i'Oo.vc;J.'McDonald .; C.,MFu ;: and.Brown/ ; : r
. late will make'payment to .", .. _2a 'man; &( .,C1iarhsOn, S. C.; lIon. F. II; : Shirtings; Osnaburg; Denims and j of'arsntrilJ1afldioh1oveJ. the'dirertiohs'y<\ '1f.
t .! BETh '. ., Stripes; Pantaloon. stuff.. &c. : j Jn atshort it rchioyedheiconJplriints ? ,o( tie.
f : ai FARQ tILtR UNE,Ad Elmor( Charlf'ston-ft. C. .l" > ../ j j lust received and *.' -."""\ r.>ujt igav \,me.' period TUOMlSOKSDIGEST
;..ii: July 8, 1348. 8t February 19, 18.1S ly fof'sale'by i. and restored her to health. Being by I..
.,. t July 22- A. M REED. grateful for the benefits she re eived. I take April 2'2. A. ST

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