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: November 18, 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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., ToyearljadrerUaera. grading; Ranting I
lt.!- wtst will be made. BY AUTHORITY. including the ;,marine. corps] ?t\venty-. at the disposal,of'the \Unhed 'Si itthesaid st} and for repairs, : J

: All adTerHsemenu must be paid for before referring in- eight' thousand five hun red d llars.- annual. compensation; ,'- however dred and fifty- | ,

% Jennie*bjireg.Urcu.wa.er. By ascertained, Acts and nrnolntion pnMed at the Pint. For increase, repair, armament, and ,'not to commence'until first October, did n'dlW' ; r- t
C eCt terms,the requiske su' m.jb. IciOB! of the Thirtieth CongrCH.PUBLIC equipment for the navy, including'wear eighteen hundred' and forty' eight: :"For'c t str cti i ;

r'r' ,..transmitted with the, adTertisement.P marked with the numbertfinaerticn.req.ired.wiUb.conunued [ -No. 73.] and tear of vessels in commission, coal Provided, That the contractor_ for the shed at, said ;
: -Adrenal not for steamers purchase of hemp, and one line from Panama Astoria jll'"f : t1
,. pill forbid AN ACT for the of liquidated to ,. as 'the rl. I' 1
IS]; claims Mexico.Be million two hundred thousand dollars condition, of this advance, be required For payment l : t
, tnd charged for.flyFire for completing four first-class steamers, to and deliver and take c .
will b.charged for all anno.nce- stop mails at thb Secretary of: : 3
dollars it enacted by the Senate and House million five hundred and
for oflice. two thirty-one San Diego, San Francisco, and Monterey and' .
" fieata andidate8. for SIX Months, i I $10 00 of Representatives of the United State of thousand four hundred and seventy-: in California, if required: so to doby son and Foster, ;]

,, Out Notice tflUare Debtors and Creditors, j : 10 00 Jlmerica in Congress assembled, That four dollars. the Secretary of the Navy, 'with'the AT : :. .

,Applicfcdon for Letters Administration S 00 the Secretary of the Treasury is here- For ordnance and ordnance stores, concurrence_ of the Postmaster" General l: For completing U

r rir All religions notices will be inserted graiui..e by authorized and directed to pay, out including incidental expenses, two hun- .I.ln pr viikd furihu, That; in consid'era.tion and storehouse ; t l : \
for of any money in the treasury not oth- dred and eighteen thousand four hun- of the :
rtJ. foregoing et'theIme and machIJ1etr { : : ( ,
f BT All admissable personal coamanieations willrrj erwise appropriated, to the claimants, dred and twenty dollars of steamers provided in the contract shed. and boat b (

.: ICbI.d .5 'f'rtuementa.! or their legal,, representatives, the amount For nauti aT book, maps,- chartsf instruments ,with A. S. SIoo shall .stopr gpirig.and to eTfclbV ?yard j, : !-

.!.. : Allbills for Job Printing, must be paid on the now due by reason of the claims binding and repairing-the returning, at Charleston. if practicable, cavationsj., ; : 5
.dflr101 J the work. already liquidated and decided againstthe same, and all expenses of the hydro and Savannah. "* > for repairs of 'all ; ', "
be addressed
.f. try:: All communications GlitKTT. must paid. to Mexican! republic, under the con- graphical office, th ty-five thousand For contingent expenses for objectsnot and .seventy-four ( !

'; JUSDSTUS C. postage vention between that republic and the dollars. And ths Secretary of the Na- hereinbefore enumerated;'two thousand eiht'dollars: .j"

,t. fELIX LIVINGSTON United States, severally concluded on vy is hereby directed to expend five dollars. o. AT

;! AT LAW, the eleventh day of April eighteen thousand dollars! or so much thereof as To pay arrearages due for grading For 'the mpt ; 1
hundred and thirty-nine, and the thirti- be in causing the observations and Other for { :
Jacksonville, Fla may necessary University square, expenses; ters, and ; :
'r 'WILL raciici in til.the Courts of the Eastern eth day of January, eighteen hundred to be made which have been for the construction; of the depot for thousand db'llars. 1-

;; ',ircuit "....- -.. and forty-three, and for which certifi- recently recommended to him by the charts and instruments, being a reap- FOR : 1 \

1t cates have been issued by the Secretary American Philosophical Society and propritttion in part of a sum carried to At Boston.-

t "lVM. F. CRABTREE, of the Treasury : Provided, That, the Academy of Arts and Sciences.For the surplus fund heretofore appropriated buildings arid >1 Y

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I. before such payment, the said claim the pay of the superintendent of for that, purpose, thousand forty- furnaces, painting ,

,. Jacksonville, Fla. ants, or their legal representatives, the Naval Observatory at Washingtoncity three dollars and seventy-seven cents: washing. two th : Id
-, 'VCitL attend to any business entrusted to his shall surrender and deliver up the certificates who shall be a captain; commander For furnishing the marine hospital oars. i L

IfewKTi in any of the Courts in the Eastern Cir- issued to them, respectively, or lieutenant in the navy; three thousand building at New Orleans, seven thou- For the tompl S>j t

f, '.rit of Florida. from the Treasury Department of the ; dollars, which shall be the salaryper sand five hundred dollars. hospitals now \ v

, AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, United States, under the provisions of I annum of said superintendent. And For 'meteorological observations," burg; ten '4 i

I AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the act oPCongrtss of the first of Sep l the provision in the act entitled "An to be conducted 'under the direction of land, ten tlious ; S
, And Commissioner Deeds of the State of Con I Iecticut tember, eighteen hundred and fortyone act making appropriations for the naval the Secretary of the Navy, two' thou- le,: ten thousand t.

within and for the State of Florida.JACKSONVILLE I service for the year ending the thirtiethof 'sand dollars. For the /urpt>s 4 f

.r, FLA. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, June, one thousand eight hundred'and For the establishment of a depot for hospitals' o'a the : tj t

. .- CHARLES P. COOPER, That all interest shall cease from the forty-eight," which is in these naval stores,, which" the Secretary of United Stdtes at : 'A. :i-i:

'.. day of payment, which shall be notifi- words, viz : "including three thousand the Navy i. hereby'required to cause viz: 14 iAi '
i ATTORNEY*ill practice AND in the. several Courtsof the Eas ed by the Secretary of the Treasury, dollars for pay of the superintendent; to be located or near the city of New St, : Louis; l

tin""Circuit of Florida. not exceeding ninety days from the who shall be either a captain, commander Orleans, twenty thousand dollars. at Natchez; ten' ; 1 f'

".\ Jsksouvil1e, E. P.;NOT. 26, 1847. passage of this act.1.OBT.. or lieutenant in the navy," shall For the ,construction, extension, and Paducah. ten :1 '

, WINTHROP, be construed to apply to the superintendent completion of the. 'foliowingobjects, and At Napoleon; $.t
CHARLES H. PELOT of tke House of Representatives.
,-. Speaker of said Naval and '
G. M. DALLAS. Observatory, for the current pairs at the several the government .

.. iirORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Vice President of the United States and shall take effect from and!] after the navy. yards. viz : and purchased 'i

, Little River. Florida.WILL President of the Senate. passage of that act. AT PORTSMOUTH. thousand, dollars. 1 '

,. practice in the several Courts of Approved July 29, 1848.JAMES For contingent expenses hat may For completing quay! wall and wharf, Also for the 'i't 3 ;

a\' Eutern hit care Circuit, will of meet Florida with ;prompt business attention.entrustedto K; POLK. accrue for the following purposes, viz : and wharf number one ; wall west side hospital on such: : 1. 'it
;.. 74. freight and transportation;printing and of ship house number four, and fillingin ted by the & 'i <.
; PuBLIc-No.
FORWARD & ALDRICH, [ ] stationery; advertising i in newspapers ; ; timber shed opposite number seven, on the lands o : f Z Zat

S.a\'. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. AN ACT for the relief of certain sur- books, maps, models, and drawings; and addition to smith ry I } brick.pow Chicago; ten 4

. WILL practice in the several Courts of Law viving widows of officers and sol purchase and repair of fire engines and der magazine ; engine, fixtures &c., At New. Y : : : S a

1f and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida.WM. diers of the revolutionary army. machinery ; repair of and attending on 'for blowing .fires to forgssj and for repairs the city or New : i V

A. FORWARD, St. Augustine. Be it enacted by the Senate and House steam engines in yards; purchase and of all kinds, fifty thousand five to h apitalltilidi i : .

.1 L LEWIS: ALDRICH, Newnansrille. of Representatives of the United States of support of horses,and oxen,!and driving hundred.. and fifty one dollars paving !i1g | t.}

)I CHARLES DxVVAAL ., zwzca in Congress assembled, That teams ; carts, timber wheels, and the. AT BOSTON.For er, and for. 'c | 1

AUCTIONEER. the widows of all officers; noncommissioned purchase and repair of workmen's! ; timber shed number'thirty-seven, thousand: and. ; : vAt :}.:

i'. JACKSONVILLE, E. F. officers, musicians, soldiers, mariners postage of public letters; furniture for and 'pier wharf at angle number fifty- W : :1 ...

..' ti SALES in any part of the County attended or marines, or Indian spies, who government houses; fuel, oil, and can- nine ; ,coal-house near dry-dock, and pair, one hu' d : l ,
J band resptctully solicited. shall have served in the continental line, dles for navy yards and shore stations ; pier wharf in rear of Carpenter's and At Norfolk.:-: $

f JackconTille, May G, 18(8. State troops, volunteers, militia, or in cleaning and clearing up yards; watch- joiner's shop ; for eight knee do'cks, cellsbathh'o'uie, .i

a'I JOSEPH W. FITCH, the naval service in the revolutionary men and incidental bor not chargeableto and tracks for stowage of guns in gun house' one U

liniNG established tistfdf at PALATKA, E.F., war with Great Britain, shall be entitled any other appropriation; labor at- I park ; for completing: brick barn J and lars; and fof ( .

a'a .u GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, to a pension during such widowhood tending the delivery of stores and sup repairs of all kinds-! ninety-seven thou for die marine I;{

1 will attend to any busimess eatruited U his .f equal amount per annum that plies on foreign stations ; wharfage, sand three hundred a'nd fifty-one dollars. teeri hundred : '*, j

,care with despatch their husbands would be entitled to* if dockage, and rent ; travelling expenses Ai Pet s & : .

Nmmber 19, 16(7 tf living, under existing pension laws ; to of officers ; funeral expenses; store and AT NEW YORK.' ponds and drain 1.

a'C 1 ?B. CUBBEDGE, commence on the fourth day of March, office rent; stationery; and fuel to navy For iroti and copper store, cooperage, and for current : ;: i
eighteen hundred and forty eight, andto agents, and storekeepers flags, awnings in timber three hundred \
1 and
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, col) wharf filling pond ;
in the that other and "'
be .
same manner lars. .
paid and boxts'premiums
Bo.th.side Market square, (next door to Ver- dredging channels ,and wharf front
still; Luff boro & Butler's Shoe Store.) pensions are paid to widows ; but other expenses of ree'ruiting;'apprehending I of hospital lands; steam engine insmithery Mobile- :j jot jotAt

S Savannah Ga. no widow now receiving a pension shall deserters; per diein pay to per- i steam &e. and cisternfor the marine ; *
11t' J3T Orders from the country will be promptly be entitled to receive a further pension sons attending courts-martial, and pipes, and ninety dol ars. \ f
t'tt filled at the lowest price. under the provisions of this act ; and courts of inquiry, or other service authorized each reservoir, paving, "flagging FOR \ : (< 11
skids and
March 11,1848. Ij widow married after the first of advocates granite platformsfor
no day by law; pay to judge cannon, atad far repaif of all kinds, At Boston, .five fAt f

WM. S. LAWTON, January, one thousand eight hundred, ; pilotage and towdge of vessels; hundred! and si;* thousand dollars. New York, TAt J4
shall be entitled to receive a pension un assistance rendered to vessels in distress one W ashi )
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, For the dry ,dockthrhundred. and \
Charleston, S. C. der this act. seven hundred thousand dollars. thousand dollars lars. : 't.
..... REFERENCES E. G. Jaudon, Esq., near Jack- SEC.Ind be it further enacted; And the Secretary of the Navy is hereby I fifty For the purchase by the Secretary of At Norfolk; 4
f! wnTille, E. F.; GOT. C. J. McDonald, Ga.; C. That this act shall take effect immediately authorized, from the sum aforesaid; Ihe of the land above and under dred and ,
I' Forman, Esq., Charleston, 8. C.; Hon. F.H. without further notice or advertisement, Navy ; MARl ; t
;} Etnore, Charleston, S. C. ApPROVED, July 29, 1848. out of the appropriation for prov'isionsjto \\tater,'bounded by .Flushing avenue, in For'pay of t 3S
State of
February 19, 184$ ly the city of Brooklyn/ the '
WJi purchase, at his discretion, a' sufficient New York ,the, :United aies"nay : ed officers; : I.t
[PUBLIC-No. 75.] of flour and corn-meal ; : I servants
) quantity serving fi
CLARK & LAWSON grounds .and. the
yard hospital ,
AN ACT making appropriations for prepared and dried by the process and officers, and '4 ,
channel two hundred :
FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MER- the naval for the end : bout bay to the two
service, invented J. R. Stafford ing
by ,
year machinery ,
WANTS Savannah tender their scrviees fie thousand dollars f Pro .
It.r Georgia, and eighty- .,-
thirtieth of June thousa'nd! '
the thou- dollats.
to planters and others, and solicit consign- ing one of Ohio,. to be sent to different naval tided; That no part,of said sum of.money : (
C. 'incuts on cotton, and all other kinds of country sand eight hundred: and fortynine.Be stations, to test ,its capacity to resist of For :
,shall be applied to the. payment
produce. They are agents for the celebrated it enacted by the Senate and House the influence of time and climate, andto until and on shore,siity : .: .
!. 'Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they the purchase, money good For ,1
ascertain what ,there clothing
the United States advantage ; :
Representatives of may
; :are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, of perfect title is secured to' the United .
.,,,;, and equal to Northern flour. They also keep of America in Congress assembled, That be in introducing the use of the same States for the said land,and its appurte .four hundred: Zj
'(In kand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns the following sums be appropiiated for for the navy. For fuel, ,' !J
r-- :
., .from the Eatonton, Cartright) Planters, anaCedar the naval service, for the year ending For the transportation of the United nances., AT P.HltADELfHIA: dr d arid hi'tty- f ; ::1 ;
fihoal manufactories which they sell at ; :
jllJ'tf the June thirtieth, one thousand eight hun- States mail between New York and For'military'
manufacturing prices. For and extending ship-
dred and forty-nine, out of- between New York and New p'ay of armorers ,
..t _M&roill,1848. 3m any unap Liverpool; house G completing wharf numbertwo '
-- ; scores ;
nance j
" propriated money in the treasury, in addition Orleans, and Havana and-Chagres; and and ;
CHILD H., ; dredging ? musi al 1 .11
b to the sum of one million five between Panama and Astoria, under '
all fourteen thousand fiv hundred .
kinds dollars. t.
A VALUABLE SCIENTIFIC WORK, ;upon hundred thousand dollars of the unex- the act of the third of l\ior'eb.'eighteen: ,
tie subject of Gestation and Childbirth, pended balances of former appropriations hundred and forty-seven,' eight hun- dollars. i S ,;For ( ; "
1 tJ.ll M. IVcissclLoff, M. D, lato of Paris!, just for the naval service. The remainder dred and seventy-four thousand 'six AT WASHINGTON troops," and'for | <
14Tj published by the author. For chain"cable ,forgesancFfhtirig; tWelve th 'a'ri I. | \
Itl ThU work contains information upon subjects of such unexpended balances; hundred dollars. And the Secretary of :
.1 .oftheki the said of advanceto part'of number eleven f ratioilerbop ; Fo'con"tmuen 1
Lest: importance married persons, niter deducting sum one theNavy is hereby directed to '' :4
I, .or .those contemplating marriage. It will bt million five hundred thousand dollars; the contractors for said service;'or 'steam*hammer jfor"smith's'shop, atod( 'alteftftion I- ;' f Freight't r ]" : !
(; found of fpecial: value to those whose means, : inhydraulic'provrng machine ; (age;/ co :
11t'JLlth to be carried to the surplus fund. to their assignees,. for the purpose of : .
', << .other circumstances do.not permit "J' t inM'number Jpefdierri' 'lor-' : I
corfverting jdinerV i : shop I
'fI. em increase the number of their family, For pay ,of commission, warrant, and enabling them to finish the_steamships
and' mIiam eO t of i mmiiry
;withont great inconvenienoe, suffering, or per- petty officers .aud seamen, includingthe contracted for under ,their;respective 'twelve' to" :jnbuld loft .ate 1 .' : : !
'1 J1& I rkkf life. A method avoiding these engineer corps of the navy, two contracts, the. sum twentyfive thou- mer 'in pla'ce of old'tilt hammer ordnance -; bor1} house rent.tln'? lieu' of-' uirt isbiti1tof' J

.# ** acd dangers at will, (recently discortly million one hundred and eighty-nine sand dollars month on e&ch of, said, workshop,and extending brass deceaietf'marihes i j'pVIn Ing; 101 >: -
: a celebrated French physician) is fully foundry 3'xtendidE'! I blacksmith'srsfippaiid :'ftfa'tinnprvfnra'orft., 'r n HiiTB* m tiu t.ot
) thousand two hundred and eleven dol ships after such ahip shall havecbeen
aomtwaaested in this work, so that any person : under N ";arid'finishing deserters AiidJe'i1 i1;'. ia4'fdM:
I Iron ,store: : : ; ; .
launched but
: may Mail Vuuself of it at once. The meansCtOQmpftrately ;' themoneysdadvancedunder : rpic1
;t lars.For sh 1'for smith' ;' cbrrveftirigroldfoundry J tU1'e: ; bd'sacki: ,' s es.:ue,., :.1ioV ""l '
nothing, and are within the of superintendents, ,naval .one of said contracts shall y. ,
?*ct alL The process is new, safe infalli-. ..constructors and all.the civil establishments .! not :exceed any the, ,mount J,or one;years' _'into'stables,".and f6ir 'repairs" of all, ,' arp ri t i'&to ts' ke, ; ; ji .
ft Lie,ttovetikat and cannot injure the.Maitfesf rthbusaind: four himeigKfeeo for raVssenger/pay'of he l1'tt !. '
simple, kind J thirty two j
such ;
the several yardsf ) ,in
f at navy- wen- compensation,', .stipulated /or '( ,
the Nor docs it !
most delicate. curtin dollars woman'and r'at h ;
dr& : d ; porter P!
: :
1>$ 1 taalriawnial prircleges in the least. ty-four thousand two hundred and contract, to be cure.in"ll'cases;by alien ..

.,'I Iif < opie*t of tbis work will be,sent in a close ,twenty dollars. :;on said,shipsin,(such: manner.as' .... :ATOEFOLK.FOI ." ,qu rt*.rs.ltvent1'**''* ? "':two1'"lars' tbu'4o1.S ..' 'v' : "
ttteiop at .aing1t letter postagc,,tO lUll ,part'I Iof For provisions for commission/war- : the,Secretary of jhe Navy mayrrequire ;< :, ..( ext ouof5o ay w llsjc9mplernousejnumtertnineieen : ; '
i the Ul ted States for $1 sent, postage,,paid, -A' "> shall fdieigtana for:,tIi ore! : ._ 9'f. 'bei' lf f ha' 'p?otectfOA 'Or
and including find the advanced befaithfully tinlip f
and officers seamen st
to Dr. R.1L wcios auiur.rr Box 7.l0 New rant petty ,-' money. >j : > .:' ,..' t' brickatabI i Ahierican'.seamen:in1 foreign country \
( .._ i i'
OOk8CUcrallowed engineers and marines,1'attach, .epeIed:Jhi5nishingvMiidf -
Jor\Ci.ty. uecuroi
No- ; :
Copyright ;\ b4.sshzpsto > i futh rTt tc1' i ppll t dcenCi!! iirDe :
: to cell this work. a ed to. vessels J : for sea_ .service; 'sli'.hundred !. sat1factionToftbe.Creta'. .. :. .,, .steam hammer andehgme..f ;.'' rickgtn1l'e \
hJljN made'fortfie stervica'
.4.4 $ : '
,.Zt. 16. .' .Q / 1'1die ,an"d". J'an d 'g'Wh6tf j :propriatibns._ .. 1f
: ,and thousand,eighthundred rV ,t 'avy ;1and''cornpensaton'on1a1I' coa i +*Ai- WuiY --tiI '
seventy-seven \ =
,. i1 : and sixty: d llar .: ,' f t .vU W'".c r ri r i rfr" :' Pd m1 t 'A i dui'd drill'r:*ii"n: l KiU :'mnnliinA : ':.sCa. i.'vear""'.!: ,euutnlf n'.1" ;:; :f J g.ffi".J I'f ... .., d "? .
;jI ; O IP..SO 'S DIGEST">! f the .:Lwrr .ot, ,For ns' necessaries and'a: rjll- r 'commence' rob) -,m, ;- i\Jt\ '. 1slir' 1tlt: ; tiir'Jh 1s;l:a"nd J ieair of I J''b'f u IJ U. ul IUW fOnJ-et !J 1W
:' Florida, For salt 8urg l1 tWstridVoliarf Z $*& .'i:. Y
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.April 22. .by1'A M HEED. ,. ances for the si&t aiidliurt}* of tho'"navy> ,' a :" -'-"" ( f6'rY. t; ....;.,1.,..,. 4 ct. ,1,I: t,' _tt\\! ?; Q '.h, Jf Mrty.ron'u i' -. j jaa -' [-ty 3tJf |ai>i'Ji35aa5 W J :3r3f jJ:.S.e.I1'i ..


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;";"{10.1.1 i;:' =<*ii C:2.: .1.r-lJni1:; *;:5e' "''i**- further- enacted- 7-- session, the number 'of persons ,in ,the', That;il e r stri t 1t' Stn1l! s d by; !the, the Presidential LPatent
; ,
!tk 1r V That the. um 'of ;seventeen. thousand naval service flogged; in each of the fourth section o t|:the act .approved :append ycturns t ;.b"-' 4
: Hundred and :election so' .far:as, rectvec. ana imperfect as"they House, of ,BepresentadveVfoiTtiit .; '
* 1. fI1 tthrc iwindredjpllarslC! \ : ,: and..thee years eighteen hundred d and forty-six, MarcE third, ,eighteen, .
q; :.s r.: 4IJ Ibey11ppr9priatCc1 out of any and eighteen hundrad-and. fort -seven,' forty-fivej::hereby jpfe,more.,thaiKpne, are,,wo,,:are confirmed in the statement shows tko advance,of improveaeai"M e

p a1;. pey, Ih the treasury: not otherwisefipprppriatedfor specifying the .name of the ship, the hundred and eighty passed midshipmen dist week by tho Floridian, that the ma cry and:is fall 6f intercstiogj oai, 1II C

>> : .i improvements and repairs offence, the sentence, and the numberof and_those senior .in"rank shall.at JO'itylor..T jLnt will exceed that for CABBLL tion. A hasty turning of thehere lea1'eS_

JJi,,!&!,. at the n y Jscbool.AnnapoJI lashes inflicted; and it shall be his the same timejreceive 'the.pay,fixed by some two or three hundred votes. : and' thtro, e thc' 'jaattei : .. f t:

;: F! tojnj expended; as follows:' ,For .enclo duty to make a similar report for each law for that class officers, be suspen- TAYLOR. CASS.Duval State. '.,"..',-.i JC'f

i _' ping.the grounds embraced, ,the.new, year thereafter. ded in its operation from the passage 311 220 ,The estimated ;.population of PJorid f J t:
; 11f purchase Tepairing the,houses thereon, SEc9. Jlnd bt ,it further enacted,' of this,out, until,;the\ las of; 'eighteen St.Johns'" .. 113 135 000;"the next lowest is De1a sO :- '

tiuiP; Idqcking,: grading, and improving the That, on,.the application; theSecre- hundred ;and, forty-one.and" .eighteen, Columbia, :;- 284- '..' 282 next Iowa, 130,000., ? ,00-p f! cJ J

ij1.oqn4.s": six thousand eight hundred tary of the Navy. the President of the hundred fo ty. wo" shall 1 Mbe examined", Jackson, ,, ; ;257'maj.Gadsdeii The last crop in Florida was 11\N\nM .. t
trt.t Collars .. United States be authorized, when, in and the. relative rank'established among ; 190;' ,: els Indian com, 10,000;,of oats) ,""'" '" "
t:, For and bis the of the: those who,shall jits ,their examination.APPROVEDlAagast Leon ,165 C' O O' tJ
; 'rz: repairing tinning superintejidenCs opinion, contingencies : potatoes, 1.200 tons of hay,300,000 .: td tF

frFI' house, one thousand five hun public service may require it, to transfer -,. 3,4848.T ... Wakulla, ,'; 79-.1" tobacco, 15,000,000 of cotton, ",00,000 '." ,'

iS1': !:! # rea.4QHurl.- any portion of the sum of one million Jefferson, < 40 maj. 500 of silk :ocoons, 300,000 9tSUPt-. of-', d
For arsenal five hundred hundred thousand dollars of E''N'E'W S. Franklin : 11 .
f: f; building an Georgia erc'etd.ed her in thequaatibi- '!
: IIa
) : dollars. balances of former Calhoun 101 ". '
!*' unexpended appropriations gar and fell short in toba co. "" ? :
JFor the houses the first section JACKsONVILLE, NOVEBMEB is, 1848.ELECTION'RETURNS. Washington, 106 101 X. '
, ? ; raising row, occupied mentioned in The capabilities of the Bear ;' 'J
I.l r by professors, one story, six thousand of this act, from one head of appropriation TOE RESULT. has been tested by authority C1aiforage .at e'= ,&:

;' 4 dollars. to any other head of the appropriations General ZACHARY TAYLOR has been elected Station, Boston. It a reported

i rt For completing mess-roorn and lyceum made for the naval service; and President of the United States! Availability less than one-third tie as dII IIc
five hundred dollars. in all cf such transfer a special strength of :
;;' cases has been successfuL Military renown has which
'' hemp- : givesnearly two
For outside of houses and of the transfered and per centofdk <
i.J: i painting account moneys been too powerful for good and tried princi- and the beargrassbrtyone I tb
and '
other thousand their shall be laid before a Balf
;' necessary repairs, one application, *
I ples-and Whiggery in a mask has defeated oent- {ftherefore
five hundred dollars. Congress at each session previous to its forsair
!i'i:: t ; Democracy open and avowed. If ever the good for vessels. e
';it1: For five engines and apparatus, com adjournment.SEC. ZACHARY TAYLOR and MILLAHD PILLMORE cordage However,w v,fa,to..
;C l plete,. five hundred dollars. 10. Jlnd be it further enacted, have been elected President and Vice Presidentof sense and reason of the people have been car- this among the staples of Florida befw** t'f t'r t'I

f : .t ;. SEC. 3. Jlnd be it further enacted, I That It shall be the duty of the Post'master the United States.. This has been brought ried by storm, now is that time years. Gov.CALL says it 'is cozaSdeied to

j Lt That in execution of the act approved : General, under the dircction of about by eight southern States, casting on elec- To any one calmly endeavoring to discoverthe worth about 10 cents the pound" in,KetT'v

1J: March third, eighteen hundred and for the President, to cause the nett receipts toral vote sixty-three. cause of the defeat of CASS, he will naturally market; that each plant will jield" '-% 0(

1fii ty-seven, among other things the construction of postages collected on the several From the crude mass cf telegraphic reports attribute it at first to availability, and then pound, and that from 0000 to oo p1at, lj

:*:: of floating dry docks at the lines of steamers from New York to with which our northern exchanges are filled, laugh in his sleeve at the potency of a. weapon grow on an acre. This ot count is an,.Ci:
Pensacola from New York to Chagres, it is apparently so insignificant. No sane man can ty dollars to the acre. ]
,; ; navy-yards at Philadelphia, Liverpool, impossible to obtain more than an approachat .(
:"bc t : and Kittery, and in pursuance of the and from Panama to some point in the the truth. It is now certain that the follow assert that Whig principles had anything to do There.appears to be nothing on til note (

<1" reports ,in favor of the two plans hereinafter territory of Oregon, stipulated for in ing States, casting 157 electoral votes, eleven with the canvass. The Philadelphia Convention of the Olive. A few years ago tins part Ofjh' ..

S : named as best adapted to naval contracts made with the Secretary of more than a majority, hate gone for Tay- avowed no principles. Again, TAYLOR declared country was very much alive to the enltnatjn I")
: and made the bureau of the be deposited in the treasury he would be the candidate of no party of of this "
.! il purposcs, by Navy, to lor :Vermont, 6; Massachusetts, 12; Rhode a variety that produced tfrafc 1

](''f'.. Yards and Docks, the Secretary of the to the appropriation, for the an- Island, 4; Connecticut, 6; New York, 36; New yet subsequently became the exclusive candidate larger than the common kind, and' yielded a .

;Navy is hereby directed forthwith to nual compensation for the service to be Jersey, 7; Pennsylvania, 26; Delaware, 3 ; Ma- of Whiggery. Here we see the utter impo- abundant crop on the second year"'frtaatt* :

1 f( enter into a contract with Samuel D. rendered under said contracts, or other- ryland, 8; Kentucky, 12 ; North Carolina, 11 ; tency of the Whigs as a party: and the humilia- planting. It was calculated that an sere of "..

.:J ; Dakin and Rutherford Moody for the wise apply the said postage in, paymentof Georgia, 10; Florida,3; Tennessee, 13. tion to which they wert reduced in running a land would contain 2500 bushes, whijlug 1ietd j.

: complete construction, within a reason- the said compensation.SEC. Pennsylvania has whig by about candidate who said he did not need them. We but 10 cents.the tree would '1j
gone 15000. P1'"Tery
::i. {' ble time from the date of the contract, 11. And be further enacted, Free soil votes were given for Taylor. In Bradford also find a Southern slaveholder sustained by small children: to pick then." ,As it wi ,j

4.t-: > of a sectional floating dry-dock, basin, That so much of the proviso of the act county, WILMOT'S, there is a whig gain of the rabid Abolitionists of the North-the, own- said that: every part of Florida'would tniwer TV
Io.'fr and railways at the navy-yard at Philadelphia of third of march one thousand eight
1500. er of three hundred negroes represented as a for this culture it is certainly J
!. t-: ] according to the plan and hundred and forty-three entitled "An : very pest
;! spe-
Ohio has given Cass friend of the Wilmot Proviso in a contest car- pity that a few of this most
nearly 10,000 majority.The extraordinary
submitted them the Navy for the naval '"
.eifications to act
{rfJ- by making appropriations
; : Whigs of the Western Reserve voted for ried on from beginning to end on the questionof valuable plant have not yet been introduced
f.t Department; and also to enter into service for the half calendar year be. Democratic candidate oxto
Van Buren. slavery-the pledged our borders. .
. "a with John S. Gilbert and the first of and
; contract ginning January, ending -
; Nero York is said to have against the Proviso,-and yet defeated by a
;\\j'; -Zeno Secor for the complete construction the thirtieth of June, one thousand given 190,000 ma- the ,Arouse I Arouse rI
: majority of electoral votes of the slavehold-
::1 ; within a reasonable time from the eight hundred and forty-four," &C., as jority for Taylor over Cass, and about 10,000over ing States. The whole game presents one of It is gratifying b perceive that So'itftj. .ta 1

; date of the contract, of a balance floating requires that: materials of every name Cass and Van Buren. lina., at least, of the Southern States,ia- jj" .
the richest of of
specimens a thorough shuffling
I $ dry.dock, basin, and railways, and nature for the use of the navy be The Governor, Lieut Governor, and Legisla- ring for the coming struggle As aa evi&ies
: cards which it has ever been the lot of man to
tn:' vat the navy-yard at Pensacola, accor- furnished by contract with the lowest are all whig. The Congressional delegation of witness. of the strong feeling of its citizens on tl."."

; r.f : ding to the plain,and specifications submitted bidder, be and the same is hereby so thirty-four, with the exception cf Preston, a ject, w6 publish from the Columbia Telegnjl

;'f-;;. by them to the NavyDepartment; far modified, that it shall be lawful (or Free soil democrat, is entirely whig. This is a Yes-Democratic, principles have been thrust a letter giving an account of a meeting neldu

.!;/ h. and also to enter into a contract with the Secretary of the Navy, hereafter, to I tremendous defeat. aside. but not by Whig principles. "Monterey"has : Fairfield District:-

1S.;,"! One or the other of the respective parties enter into contract for tobacco, from !. Virginia has given Cass a majority of about been stronger than the Tariff,-and the NOVEMBER 6 9p.k.

:g S &!: above named, for the complete con- time to time. as the service reauires. 1000. Tajlor has gained- about 3000 votes. Wilmot Proviso has been.But. to route bv. "Buena Dea-rSl1": I hasten to give you ttereaI1kthe :

_::r-: atriirtinn._-_ -'_n_ within. a reasonable time from for a period not exceeding fouryearsjand Maine has gone for Cass by a small plurality. Vista." A party, all of whose issues have Fairfield Southern safety movement :It'ft
bi n. the New is been approved by the people, have been over- m., to day, one of the most respectable meetings
)it ; the date of the contract, at navy- in making such contracts, he shall Hampshire largely democratic. in of numbers' and
inteJlSgenet I
:.:s' yard at Kittery, of a floating dry-dock, not be restricted to the lowest bidder, Connecticut gives Taylor 9,887-Cass 11-, come by a party that came into the field withno have ever seen, assembled in, the Court-Ho j

?; : basin and railways, upon either of the unless, in his opinion, economy and the 550: ,-Van Buren 2267. Taylor's majority over issues at all. "Palo Alto"was a "Socdolger," at Winnsboro' After the usual preliminaries .

'i. t above named plans that the said Secre- best interests of the service will be both 1070. Clay's majority over Polk and and "Resaca de la Palma" about finished our had been gone through,Preamble tndBesafy, .'
: business tions, expressive of:the sense of the meeting
best said
.; : : .tary may prefer as adapted to thereby promoted.SEC. Birney was 1048. thegrave subjects which had, called tiea together
: i.;( .works: at each yard to be of the largest. 12. Jlnd be further enacted, Nem Jersey has given Taylor ab.ut 3500 ma- We are at a loss to conceive how such a gov- was reported by thOCOIiImftCf

:w... f dimensions proposed in said plans and That the number of professors of mathematics ,jority. ernment can be carried on. It will be an twenty-one appointed, for the purpose 'it "

44.;: specifications: Provided, That in each j in the navy shall not exceed Indiana gives an increased democratic vote. anomaly in American. history. Gen. TAYLOR these Resolutions. will soon be furnished forth ."

':\' 'j case such contract can be made at prices twelve; that they shall be appointedand The majority for Cats will be from 5000> to must necessarily reply upon Whig advisers, !! than press,to it is unnecessary they embody to notice the true them Soutkem, furtier '

:4;: that shall not exceed by more than commissioned by the President of, but these Whig advisers dare not present any spirit. say The Resolutions were oppOdMessrs. Bjf

ti ten per: cent, the prices which have been the United States, by and with the ad- SOOO.Massachusetts has probably made: no choice, of their old issues before the people. It must Rutland and Buchanan, two pr als&jyeung f

::! .submitted, by either, of the said proprietors -! vice and consent of the Senate, and but as the Legislature is whig, the electoral ,be essentially: a Democratic grovemment mana- lawyers, as 'premature and not intEo ):

-':"a to the, Navy Department for a floa- shall perform such duties as may be assigned vote will be thrown for Taylor. Taylor, so far ged bv Federal office-holders. The Senate is ting the proper course of action.',.It y tot! J1,
Means in of'the
replied to by Gen. one 'Bt! I
.$ .$.,;: .ting dry-dock on either of. said plans, them by order of the Secretary has 5(5,850( votes,-Cass 'has 33,326Van: Bu largelyDemocratic and will always continueso eloquent and convincing arguments Lhsve'ntB- :0:

t}, dimensions aforesaid, at any of the said observatory, and onboard ships-of-war, the Democratic party. When to this we add McCall, Black, and Elliott Upon' the,fiai 1<

!rf\ ;; ,navy-yards : Jlnd.' provided further, in instructing the midshipmen of the from.Georgia gives about 3000 malority for Tay- Gen. TAYLOR'S dependence upon his cabinet, passage of the voices resolutions out of the, there immense'eroii ware-but twdissenting .i'.

:;;,;;:-: That the said Secretary shall also, by navy, or otherwise. That when on duty lor. we much mistake if the old gentleman does not there assembled. It is but just to,the two gas ..

i'j;.:: further contract with said parties, enlarge : the pay of a professor of mathematics North ,Carolina, it is believed will give Taylor find himself a snarl which even his pertinacity tlcmen opposing th resolutions. to state that .'
'\:::J.l the dimensions of said works at : shall be at the rate of fifteen hun- a majority of seven thousand. Stanley and invincibility cannot overcome. they avowed their readiness, when tie proper tl

; -each,yard to a capacity sufficient for dred dollars per annum, with a ration; county gave a unanimous vote for the Taylor time came, to go as far as any one',is_defeat ,.
.' of the largest and I Death of Gen. Kcarny. of our rightsand institutions. Bo.loo'tt
r ... docking war steamers when on leave of absence or waiting ticket. .1I
; the two who voted tle'fnal
class at least three hundred and fifty orders the shall be the Our exchanges communicate to us the cad gentlemen against ,
t of
;1 pay rate Tennessee has given nearly 3000 majority for passage of the resolutions. We may differ t*
: ,1;;;: feet in length, if the dimensions above eight hundred dollars per annum. Taylor. intelligence of the death of Brigadier General to the time and the mode of action, buftfen

: : mentioned should not be found adequate SEC. 13. And be it further enacted, South Carolina.-Th. Legislature of this I STEPHEN KEARNY, of the U.S.Army, at St.Louis can be no difference among'us as to the extetof 1

!1'I. for that'purpose. That, the Secretary of the Navy be He died on the 31st October, of bilious fever, the wrong
State elected Cass' electors
by the following You dear sir know how despondentthave
;. SEC. 4. Jlnd le further enacted, and he is hereby, authorized to cause contracted on the Mississipi on his return home my ,
: vote: For Cass and Butler 129 for been upon this subject I will,dpon&
& Taylor
'q.: That the sum of four hundred thousand: persons in the naval service or marine and Butler 27 blank 8. Honor ; from the war. no longer. 1 have never seen so much eatijua. "
Z.41. : dollars is hereby appropriated towards corps, who shall become insane while j Carolina! ; to old South Gen. Kearny was born in Newark, in New asm at any meeting upon any subject as tiiv. :-

h-""'" said works from any money In the treasury in the service, to be placed in such lunatic Jersey. He married in the West,, ad leaves a The people, the unpurchased people, .ert-

4r. ; not otherwise appropriated, which hospital as in his opinion will be Louisiana. has given, a considerable rnajorityforTaylor. widow and seven childre,with,little other inheritance there in in their the proceedings strength showing, their unalterable,by their $interest e- ,

,(c{ .sum, together with the sums that reimain most convenient and best calculated to we fear, than the illustrious name, termination to stand by the Constitution. ,' di
i unexpended of the appropriations promise a restoration of reason; and Maryland gives ,Taylor. a majority of about and the virtues: :of the husband and the-father their rights under that Constitution. .*f l &r

i ..made by said act March third, eigh- that in addition to the pay which may ,3500. they have lost. The nation, his brother soldiers have: cheered your drooping spirits,to Lave etofc

.teen hundred and forty-seven, for floating from time to time be due to such person Illinois.--Taylor has gained in thirty-seven and his friends will be mourners with there,and witness the harmony between Desifr-' ..
the three counties 6000 over the vote of 1844. This State crats and Whigs, Cass men and'antiCass ic%
at navy-yards he
dry-docks) from
may, the annual appropri- them for a common loss. and all sacrificijifc
Taylor men anti-Taylor men
aforesaid shall be applied towards the tion for the naval service will give ab'out 6000 majority Cass. __
,under the their prejudices and; political differences uea
:1 ,payment to be provided for in the said head of contingent enumerated, pay ,Alabama.-The whigs have gained considerably Ghe Month and' the next SeMioa of the altar of the public good. Let tHis :.spot

:contracts, and be equally divided between any deficiency of a reasonable in this State, but it will vote for Cass by a ( ongiws.. pervade all sections of the Southland sic/wl/
expense ; small The other districts of South Carolina are yet be regenerated, and dis nthnlled. De'
f the said contracts for the said provided, that in each case it does not majority. rap-
works the aforesaid. Wisconsin has for Cass. idly following the example of Charleston in relation spirit which,animated glorious ancestry soB
at navy-yard exceed one hundred dollars per annum. gone nestles in th* bosothiofourp ople., ,It is, *W-
.. ,'" SEC. 5. Jlnd be it further enacted, SEC. 14. Jlnd be it further enact.d, Death of Col. James Dell. to the course to be pursued by their dead, but alefpeth." Let but Virginia "
rt' That hereafter the amount of money That the proviso of the act of August Representatives in the event of the passage of OldNorti State or Georgia, whose gallant_
.commutation allowed by law in lieu of fourth, eighteen hundred and.forty-twor We regret to announce to our readers the the Wilmot Proviso at the next session of once threw: down:tha gauntlet of defiance_toth'

ji :the spirit ration shall be increased to limiting the number of officers of the ,, melancholy intelligence of the death of Colonel Congress. At a lu'ge.meeting! held in Orange- insolence the'Federal, Qf power GoverimientjburiJw, and stayed the strong'""

; 1f i.' our cents. Navy of the grade of midshipmen, to JAMES ,DELL, of Alachua county, who departedthis burg on the 6th lust,the following resolutionswere matter, and my' life upon .It, South' Cap '

: :. ,,SEC. 9. Jlnd be it further enacted, the number that were in service on the ,life at his residence, near NewnansvUle,on unanimously adopted: will be there. In'a great cause..Uke t2USIt'

EMI That when any master in the navy, or i first day of January, eighteen hundredand Sunday last,the 12th NOT,in the sixty fifth year :Resolved, That the continued agitation of the "post of honor.is private station" ,We cot

:? hP s midshipman, holding an acting forty-one, be and is hereby so ofhiaage. question of slavery by the people of the Non no oth'er. A patriot wh&figbfobis' :sttheba cr1-III
modified in the ranks as
fights as bravely
States their
.-appointment.as master from the Secretary as to authorize the appointmentof Col. DELL was so intimately connected with by Slavehplding their Representatives, by in Congress Legislatures exhibits, and division. Yet should our co-States: ol! ..
: L of the Navy, has performed, or officers of that grade, to, the number the leading events of the history of the,Peninsula not only a want of'national courtesy, which' South fail us in this the hour of our moet-
; : shall hereafter: perform, the duty of a of four hundred and sixty-four: Provi- of Florida,:that there are few of..its residents should always exist, between kindred States, -shall we tamely submit an*act of dIa52bleinjnsticeandwrongbecaise

tW ,lieutenant, under an order of the commander ,did, that the appointments shall be to whom he was personally' [ acquainted.He but i& a palpable violation of good faith towards :' we asyVo34
alone? God forbid. We ask the co-opei
the, who Jof
States the
of the vessel to which he was be made according to the directions of immigrated, to this' State from South Carolina slave-holding Constitution "in order to lorm'armoreper-adopted present our suffering allies; we'ask them to read*

?.:i1 'i h r,shall be at the time attached to the fiC'b. section of ,the act approved with,his i father Pinup ,DELL, m the year feet Union!' in:the contest-will they: do it f "' )

r4-; !,,supply a deficiency in ,the, established March third, eighteen hundred and for 1802.i-,During the revolution in Florida in 1812 Pe.solvedThat, while,we acquiesce in adopting doubt it?' Acommon sense of injV1 Bati-'I 1i

vrL. ; complement of lieutenants of said ves.sel ty-five, entitled "An act making, and 1813 he:was the leader of the Patriot army. the, boundary',betwen the Slave-holding I bring about a common struggle, and theright44 the -
: appro tution twill yet be preserved and
and Non Sla -holding known as the ,
,.. whethe -belonging to a squadron priations for the naval He'subsequently (1
service for the many years represented Missoari Compromise line, we"' will not" submit the,South maint ined.
; or.on, separate service, which order year ending thirtieth June, eighteen Ala hua. county, in what ',was, then,called the to any,'further,'restriction 'upon tho rights of Yours. ADd. .:ciAifc' .
'f.__ ":;;;
?:.shall have been subsequently approved hundrcd and forty-six;" and'in,appointing Legislative, Council In the year 1823, he was any Southern.'man to carry,his property. and c- --- &

iti ..J by;>> ,,.the Secretary of the Navy shall be from each State, hereafter, its appointedCollector of this port; which'office he his institutions into territory acquired. by Thaddeus Stevens' is said to' hsT3 declares,
c? ?' ; !,allowed the pay of master. for the per- of officers of that grade the proportion : filled until the'time.of his death. southern' treasure and southern blood. ,ft late speech' in Harrisburg,his. deterniini
ap R olvdd. That should the Wilmot Proviso, to, vote in in the al"!'"",*
Ijjjod or periods during which he thai! shall be ,' : Congress favpr.bf ,
pointments Bat it is hot in '
appointed only
as near- a public capacity that or any similar restriction, he,applied by Con. :.."
in the District Columbia
.b Lave performed such duty. ly as practicable, equally among the, CoL DELL served';hiifellow'citizeh& As an gress ,to 'the :territories of the, United States, 1 slavery' ..-.1-
">" SEC. 7. Jlnd be it further enacted, several ongressional districts therein. early'settler vat:the" Btatej he' is; known to aU 'south,of 36Q 30' North latitude, we recommend )Nati-r. ziicamm-rbe Phi1adelpJii6Sthe
That in calculating for the of to'our ROj Representative: Congress, as the decided : "
'E' pay surgeons .SEC. 15. Jlnd be it'further enacted foiThis Hospitalityjrt-hisgenerOTityi :and kind- organ of the\Native:American faetiqu,
;- of this of district
ii, ,in.the navy, hereafter, the' time That! from and',after the:passage'of this I ncssfo those 1i1'distis1.. ,* Many;a reader',of'fromf leave opinion his seat'in'that body and return home., rejoiced -in anticipation of tho election of<3<*

c '. ;upon the graduated; scale, of pay.shall .act,the:annual! pay of boatswain i ,.gunners 'thce-iDes will'recall i sme'incideni 1i 'proofofthisand ; .'" Resolved That.we: respectfully; suggest to,, Taylor: :? i,

(..Be,reckoned JTrpm their original entry ,carpenters! and'sail-makersi' at,the' : d.eplrregret'.'that such:;anyone: has' both:;Houses" of the Legislature of South Carolina ., VHow'proud.;the poiti nre'a1read1;*& .
1 ittto.the ; ( ... to,adopt annular ,recommendation,as.to .how has y*
service. navy yard ,at Pensacola I shall be-the as a party, oujp'crganixation..wau
been .
) JJnd,;be further enacted tefl our mIdst.UntflcnfeeblecT; ',,our Senators in Congress; from, this stat in'infancy,, been'felt'upon -the ltL 14thelandP
i V.\SEC; 8 same as allowedlby 1aW forward .; : < .
: .
nw.; ,to the tv ate4 '! '' "the adding -
of the bands Ln ,..away. bfdi&ts.. e" he.M active in Resolved,That upon return home of our "\Ve shall live to ..old
*'lr.JTnai;the Secretary; ,: Navy, .warrant, officers at the navy'yardsat ,. relfeviBaf, the," .'>ants6f. *oth'er:.llHia'tnany' Senators Representatives Congress; the : upto the White House on old WbThS .
;, ,he is Hereby"itirccted/to/ report to pongees ston', N.YqrkandNorf, lk; --i' i "': '- S V-jTJtr5t-v "* :Legislature of South Carolina should be forth- the' fourth oCMtUcli';. and mffkavertion tie DS$
*,at the commencement thenext SEC. 16. Md&t >further enacted ,friends" ? "h1'grieft it" ..... the> .<.lo&i..''ofOnewjiose-. .,,,, ....... :- heart, withassembled,,to adopt auclneasureas the cfknoKuizthat it hat tern dlM'1nJlIJt.Zf8
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ntr. Huntsville (Ala.) Dcmo- I The N.Y Tribune,"-cif.the''Tt' th' :lnst, the day hussars,-who vent oyertQJffindcscbgratz -' '............. -h.@c.kl'J : .

, extractfrom election has a kable'arttele eatitled ;and had in,conseqnencS'fillets.b ck. 'h... ,, ',',_ ,. .. .
following stirring comment on Mr. of ,-.. "' the TTindeschgratz had taken:possessionibf the '! '"
the The Stake of Freedom,77::which discloces pretty island of Loban in the which .. '
,... ?s speech on Oregon gnestiontom' Danube ,:(from 'J
.".. C1 Cilhoun's speech in the U.S. Senate en freely the aim of Northern Whigs in electing Napoleon 'toug1itthe battles of Essling and ". i ,

-JJLfla question, written out since the ad- TAYLOR. It was annihilate the political Wagram,) and had collected there 5,000. men.-' It; "

1rt ti. L, will be found very interesting. He power of the Southern States, and Southern Provisions were beginning be scarce about ,. > 13Y |
; j p-Jibe Abolition question with the eyeof an Vienna. At the last accounts no engagement ;" ,;
fIt fenced and observant statesman, tracing States hate contributed to this result:- had taken place between:the Croats and Hun BY WILLIAM D.- .MOSELET', .' .hIAM'D: : hiOSELY- .

e back to their probable causes with greatbility "What will be gained for Liberty if we should garians.' g,, GovernoroTT7HEREAS :Florida ,. GtterktrefFleridasHEREAS 4I '
'"eds and deducing the probability! of elect Taylor? If The Tribttne can show a sin ,:The' ',State ofPion: 'bye i l
11., dependent oncertaincontingen* gle benefit to the cause of Freedom; that will NerD Use for Chloro/ TnJ.-A gentleman ins ,The Author,of jail Good has Act of the General Assembly? a n t
eyents, .
I' fin with a degree of logical foresight amount- result from Taylor's election, we are willing to robbed in London .recently, ...o( a,watch and State' T4;: highly the favored the.good people of this Ted'January 6th,1848,entitled, KAn Act todef> 1 .

* :g i to moral certainty. He proves theSsity support him Gen Taylor can be no enemy to some fire pounds in money: by ,a woman who during ,current Yearj" with healthi fine and settle the boundary: ,between the Stales', .
almost and
of of union among Southern men,.m org Slavery. His immense wealth consists of slaves, suddenly threw her arms around him, as if to | prosperity Therefore/ it is blessings: of 'Florida. and Alabama. hath;ratified tom< :i '
resist the ssions of and land which he cultivates by slave labor.- give him an affectionate embrace,as he was qui ; proclaimed,that THURSDAY confirmed 'the"agreement made between ; i$ J
ttfa Siern fanaticism, upon Southern fgS fUg ts, He a southern man, whose destiny is fixed at etly walking along the street in the evening.The .- | be the observed 30th day of, November next, be set apart to respective Commissioners of the said Sts' J't:: I ij

fS.thertaranties of the Constitution and. the'South, can never;prostrate what are called gentleman was found lying,almost insensible I throughout the State as a day of', reference to said boundary; And nl .
d eIP b..u of southern interests.77 Y. Globe. Thanksgiving! and Praise to Almighty G d.. '
of every principle Justice by a policeman, and could recollect nothing saidagreementby the said Commissionen
disregard Given A
: doteright reason He addresses Southerners rr The above are fair questions, and shall after the loving embrace extept that the woman the State under this 25th my'hand of and.the. great seal of been ratified by the State;of Alabama: the evi?='Y. f:
October t
11- day A. D..
the feeling of a Southerner, and urges be fairly answered. The doubts expressed by pressed a handkerchief to his nose. It D. 1848.W. dente whereof is filed in the office:of the Be! 1i "

flth 'main their rights with unyieldingif the Globe we have shared, but we share themno was presumed that chloroform had been !pm"kled. A. R MAXWELL MOSELEY Governor." cretary,of State' of the State Florida: '>::\ 'j l

1: &hemess, they would avoid being disgraced, longer. We believe the cause of free soil on the handkerchief. Nov. 11. Secretary of State. NOW, THIREFOXE: I WlUUAX D. Mositiy !

and despised; but he addresses them will gain by Gen.Taylor's election, 3t Governor of the State of Florida. ,'in pursuance t_ l t1 f
degraded.Huuiand unimpassionedamannerasthe"Dances 1. The defeat of its most unprincipled, inex- The Barnburner Candidate.- Mirror and by virtue of the third action of the Act of 1

'4e would warrant, appealing more cusable and apostate enemy. Gen. Cass has thinks that the Magician of Kindtrhook who Benton Ctonntr Sheriff Sale. the General Assembly of this State'arrenid. jJ Iir;

1& 'bison than their passions. Otherspro.Sftfl none of Gen. Taylors excuses for being wrongon has long enjoyed the appellation of a'Cunning I SHALL expose to sale, in front of the Court do proclaim the line agreed upon by.the Cosjinissioners

see in the speech a spirit' of disunion, this question. The latter was born and rear- fox musty by' this time, be pretty well assured House door of Benton County, on the first aforesaid and'defined by the said ::1-U j}

3:' S: observe nothing of the kind. On the ed under slaveholding influences; he does not that he can never become the Fox P puli. Monday December next, within legal hoursof Act, approved January 6th,.:284 ,- to be the !:

bll Mnr he professes an ardent attachment to sin so grossly against light and knowledge; he sale, the following property, to wit-One boundary between the 'StAt./aforeSaJd, -:ad ats '
'I s3Datt UnigOatherncrs r on but believes, with a large body of never professed ardent zeal for the Wilmot &rong FFuie/Wine of four men,n is the forty acre tract of land, lying in Township that it shall be henceforth deemed and taken ;q:. ; t'r

* the + that concession and forbearance Proviso and then turned against:: it, denouncingit name given to a kind of wine.made at a place twenty, Range nineteen, the South East Quarter by all the authorities and people of this Stall i >>

cease when they invite only new o.gons as useless, perilous and unconstitutional.If .- called Witzenhalsen, in Germany. The reasonof of the South East Quarter of Section thirty- as the true and only boundary line between then r s

y"t, abu1d. and provOCAtlODS. I only as a lesson to future Doughfaces, we this name is, that "it takes one to pour it out, five. Taken in Execution as the property of States of Florida and Alabama, :to wit:' .Th4 i kline

n Union was entered into for the benefit think the election of Gen. Taylor would be ofgrevt one to drink it' and two to hold the man while Cyprian T. Jenkins, to satisfy sundry executions commencing on the Chattahoochie Hirer ... ni

dlthe The States-the federal compact entitled value to the cause of free soil he swallows it. issued from the Circuit Court in Benton near a place known as "Inrin's .MUL"; and-

e of rights, privileges and immunities: 2. The establishment of the principle that County, itt favor of George Hancock and others.N. running West to the Perdido, marked throughout -; J )oe.

i Jf.Jl to. canal designed to increase the strength, toirotect Congress is to be the law-making power of the Methodists in England. A late census of the M. 1\100DYj by blazes on the me; and also by mound I r.

the interests, and multiply the resour- country. Presidential second terms, Presidential Wesleyan Methodists makes the number of that Sheriff Denton County. of earth thrown upon the line, at ,distaa %

X proand in every respect, promote the welfareoffhand vetoes, Presidential edicts and appliances, sect in Great Britain and Ireland to be 459,454 NOT.. .. 11th, 1848. 5t ces of one mile, more or.lessj'from each others ;in

all the States. It was never designto hAve long and perniciously shaped, or rather showing a decrease of4.861 since last year. -- and commonly known as the "Mound: Line," h 1}f for

i to irate sectional feelings and divisions, a distorted, the Legislative action of our Government MEDICAL NOTICE 1Drs. Elliott's Line,". and by these names dbtini. iI $

e monopoly.of the benefits by majorities and pportional Gen. Taylor is clearly, repeatedly, a- [No. 20.( ] guished from another line above} running irregularly : t.

imposition of burthen upon mmorlties bundantly pledged to leave law-making to Con- WISTAR'S BALSAM OF 'WILD CHERRY at different distances (not exceeding: d 'I. I
of section and his Executive du- Baldwin & Byrne one and a half miles) from the Mound Line** :
3t the aggrandizement one a gress, and confine himself to IN THE OLD DOMINION.We i jt"-
3s corresponding oppression and degradation of ties, save in some extraordinary instance of dereliction HAVING associated themselves in theprac< and marked by blazes only; and known as the :

'mother We deprecate: the very idea of disunion from duty by the People's Representatives extract an article from the New Era, pub- of Medicine, respectfully tender "Upper Line,"or "Coffee's Line.? .- v- IDi)

e' as long as union is consistent with, our such as can very rarely occur. We lished at Portsmouth, Virginia, and edited by their services to the Public, in the various In testimony whereof,I have hereto set myV J ,lh
( Constitutional rights, republican freedom, political have good reason for our assurance that Gen. A. F. Cunningham, Esq. He speaks of himself, branches of their profession. One or both hand and caused the great seal of the a 'tsut.

equality and general welfare; but when Taylor docs nit place in this category any action and heie is the extract-(Dec. 24, 1846.) may at any time be consulted at the office [ ..] State to be affixed. Done at the 'Capitol 't 1
:.. these become inconsistent and the South comes Congress may see fit to take with regard to heretofore occupied by Dr. Baldwin. in the city of Tallahassee, this 25th y 1
the burthens it impoiel We have been,for some days, suffering under Jacksonville October 25th 1848. day of October A. D. 1548.
h! to know the Union only by slavery in the U. S. Territories. )
* the object for which she entered the 3. Because the election of Gen. Taylor will severe inflamation of the lungs, produced by W. D. MOSELEY, Governor. y ii'

Union erascsand, in spite of our fondly cherished expel from power the advocates and instate instead cold, irritated by speaking in public, so that The subscriber requests those who are indebted A. E. MAXWELL: Secretary of State. ,* a
of it of disaffection thirst extension both to him, to call and settle their medical Nov 4,1848. 4t .
fi love a spirit a the opponents of slavery ..'I t !1ito
throughout Saturday night Sunday Monday
bills, as the above arrangement renders it necessary ..
for more enlarged privileges, a purer liberty, in Congress and the Cabinet. A large majority ,4
I'IJ' domestic pence, a quiet and undisturbed posses- of Gen. Taylor's supporters are inflexibly till Tuesday, the symptoms of the disease seem- for him to close his old accounts.A LIST g OF LETTERS. ; J

:gion of our property and enjoyment of our nat- hostile to such extension, and his Administration ed to increase, and the suffering was intence, S. BALDWIN.Oct. Remaining in'the Post office of Jacksonville7' f i

.nnland inalienable rights, will rise. We de- musty from the necessity of the case, con- without the least appetite for food. The coughwas 28, 1848. tfSt.'area and which if not taken out withy ,
the least of separation but if a the sentiment of in three month will be sent to the Genraa)'
!iplore prospect ; form its policy to predominant > t
and hard the most acute d
dry causing painsin or Stolen, Post offiee. ;jt;
;strong and invincible necessity arises, we trust its supporters. 1! :
;I nhe South will prove herself equal to the occa- 4. L'ecausethe defeat of Cass breaks the bond the head and back. We had fairly given up FROM my father's stable in this L I .. .it.
. sion. First, however, let her resist every infringement of Union between Northern misnamed Demon all hope of relief,when we thought of this Bal- 1ic place on Wednesday night last a dark A Livingston, Jeseph : :%4 J
of her rights, legally, unitedly, with racy and Southern Slavery Propagandismthetie sam, and we sent round to our friend Heintsh, or black MARE about fourteen Andrew, DanielAble Land, John W. C. r tt 3 ;.
:i boldness and determination that fears to en- of mutual interest-once fitly characterizedby and a half hands high, about five years old, well Mr.Acker 1tI. : J

- counter no obstacle-'-asking only what is John C. Calhoun, (with special reference to the agent, for a bottle. We took the first dose and handsomely made,tail long and flowing,and James McQneenlMrs.And ..;. .! fiI

1 r n submitting to nething that is wrong."- the Northern partner in the coalition,) as 'the according to the directions, and almost instantly has a slight blemish in her right eye. She was n Murchee, John fiC t

If these fail in the accomplishment of her desirer cohesive power of the plunder of the public.- felt a glow of healthy warmth through the purchased about a week sine from Mr. Hand- Bush, Mr. James Morgdn, Thomas L.THearn } ; ;

.1 ,let her then throw herself on her origin- Let it be demonstrated by such defeat that servility system-this was two o'clock-at five we took kins, of Madison County in Middle Florida, Blount, Wm. S. 0 ,.1 a i
all/reserved rights with a firm and invincible don't pay-that there is nothing be and if she is strayed will probably attempt to Brown, Wm. H.- J D.' ?. iiiil|
another dose at nine another and after -
resolution to abide the consequences. made in the way of Embassies, places in the we soon make her way back to that county. Any per Barber, Isaac Oglesby Benj. -It t J

r fcH> will not state any particular wherein we Cabinet, ana old clothes of all sorts, by so TO- detected a perceptible relief the frequency son taking her up and giving me informationby C P H. .:. 1fc> J

... diaent from Mr. Calhoun, but will content our- ting and there will no longer be ten votes from of the spasms and violent pains that had be- which I will be able to get her, shall be Chancy, George' R. W.- Pouleh, Francis" '*--<;v iv. ;

. Rives with recommending his speech to gener- all the Free States in favor of Slavery Exten- fore attended them. At three in the morningwe handsomely rewarded. OSCAR HART. Collins, Archibald Peacock Irwin, MearsV .11 >

I perusal} as a trumpet note of warning and, sion Gag-Laws, nor anything of the sort. Jacksonville, Oct. 28,1848. tf F Piner, Wm. {I. 1
at we conceive, wise counsel to the South, -There are more reasons to the same effect, took another dose, and the phlegm, though Flinn, Wm.B. R t .

3I tonnded by one of her ablest and most distinguished but we have not time to give them. We protest tough, yellow and ropy, was ejected from the SHERIFF'S SALE. Falany, Mary RoberisonRobert '

. sons." altogether against the inference that Gen.Tay- lungs with comparative ease. We feel gratefulfor Foster;Whitfield >iay; Capt,Warren t'i'r f
virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa,issued out of Flinn Mr. Wm. Roberts ...
desire BY AdalinelCss$
1 lor being a slaveholder, must necessarily the relief afforded, and rocommand a trial the Circuit Court for Duval County, I ; 4 U
Southern Whiggcry. We have Fatio-Mrs., JaneGreen RogerS Capt Olive 1: ,
the extension f slave territory. seen .n
of it all who are suffering as we suffered.We .- will expose to public sale, in front of the Court O Reed Sam i ?
f The slaves but never of ,
Georgia Telegraph contains the follow- Geo. T. accused of buying ,
House in the Town of Jacksonville on the first .. I
.1 selling and we know no interest a slaveholder have deemed it due to medicines and to ; ; James D. Rene, Mr.r.R. : !
ing scathing exposure of A. H. STEPHENS, the Monday of December next, between the hoursof Graham Rev. A. 2 Boss .
such in the extension of slave- ,, ; Wm.B.; -::
l have
can as this to j. '
humanity to give unsought testimony sal One Hundred Head of Cattle '
on that'day
.. .neir oracle of the Whigs on slavery extension: Green Danniel S
. ry, unless as a seller. It is a common but great the virtues of the Balsam in our caaFor and Cotton. Taken as the property of > 1 J'
. A. H. STEPHENS ESQ. of the South Glover, Henry Btarratt; :Mrs. Z.Jl- j
.\. mistake that the slaveholders as a sale, wholesale and retail by Arthur Barney,to satisfy an execution in favor ; Ii
, This peutieman recently went the for the extension of slavery.We .- Grace;Mr. Robt. Stone, Mrs. Martha J
up country class are eager T, 0. HOLMES & CO., of Wm. B. Ross. THOMAS LEDWITH ( :
4r and back again. It really is a pity that the are confident that a majority of actual own- Jacksonville E. F. Oct 281848. 6t Sheriff D.,C.SHERIFF'S Geiger, Eliza Miss Souls;Eiiteth 7 ; s I

. people of the up country should have been souncourteous ers of slaves voted against the Annexation of And by druggists generally throughout the Gunter, James Sparkman, Alfred1 tll
Green Louis inelL
to as:: to have refused him a hearing. Texas. The cry for slavery extension comes United States. Nov18. Miss Carry i .
Jt ii said they did. The murdered C tsar is re- from the slave-traders, the slave-breeders for SALE Gray,Affy MissHuffhamJehu T s s ',

.. ,; 4lly unfortunate. But this was not half so bad sale, and, more than alL from the politicians by virtue of a writ' cf Fi. Fa, issued ottt of n TaylorAlfredJordanDillon .. ... Ui'i J
..t 1 I!! the h.me thrust this itinerant Ftilmoreite re- trade; who seek to inflame the slavery fanaticism MONROE.HOUSE, BY the Circuit Court fir Dnval County, I v.'t' ;;; : l !

aired at the CooljSpring meeting, on Thursday at the Southin, order to ride into power as ON LAKE MONROE, FLORIDA. Will'expose public salein, front of the Court Haddock-Joseph .. taught Joseph Jjr 1.

list Report s.iya: that he read the extracts the champions of Southern rights and inter- is fitted.E.l.up House, in the Town of Jacksonville, on the first Haddock, John S. 2 TaughtIsabella" : lii; i
THIS new building now being
rsually found in the Federal papers, purport- ests. the accommodation of those who I Monday of December next. between the hours Higginbotham, W 1, 1
to be the sentiments for Higginbotham, Harvy White; Rev. D.-L. i "
.mg of Gen. Cass, as set of sale on that day a certain negro woman ,
.forth in his celebrated Paris pamphlet on the Latest from Europe. may visit our Lake for the winter season. slave,named GEORGE. Taken as the proper HarrisJames Weightman,Mini ;. .I 11
abject of slavery. After the had House is scarcely one mile from the EnterpriseHouse. J Wilkinso Asa ;'- .* 1 H;
gentleman ARRIVAL OF THE A11EE.ICA.FRANCE. It has springs of the same quality in ty of John E. Saunders,to satisfy an execution Wheeler '
given the quotation and commented severelyupon in favor of Orloff M.Dorman. Horace z..J. Ji
office is at hand and is at :f
its Miss
vicinity a post ,
K West '
it,aDcinucratiu the crowd politely asked THOMAS 'LEDWITH Pen elope; Or
Mr. Stephens to read to the audience, what Gen Cavaignac's new Cabinet has already the first landing of the steamer upon the Lake. et.28 18480. 6t Sheriff D.,C. Krone,J.H.K. .. j t

Mr. Stephens77 had said in his own published sustained a defeat in the Assembly, and an The Proprietor pledges himself that no effort _j -_fc_ ... i-,. 7th184S.'i 31 1
speech on the annexation of Texas, in which amendment to the constitution, relative to the shall be spared on his part that will conduce to SHERIFF'S SALE. Jacksonville, Oct. '"
of those who favor him with .
the comfort
which issue raised may ttf
this Southern Whig s:1ys-l am no defender of army, upon an was was decided t
slavery in the abstract-lam not desirous to see against them by a majority of 523. The their patronage. VIRGIL R. DUPONT. BY Tirtue of a writ of Fi. F&i:; issued out of BILLIARD S A L'; r

little Itinerant looked like he could have minated. On the 25th, fllarrast, President of 18. tf expose to public sale, in front of the Court AND"BOWLING r. 7 i

.. crawled through a knot hole. A tremendous the Assembly, issued a decree for the electionof Safe Hous;in the,Town of Jacksonville, on the first ALLEY / .,' I ii
.. excitement prevailed in the assembly. After the President of the people, on the 10th of Land for ;' Monday of December next, between the hours Subscriber has yecently purciaseo b

,. order was restored, Mr. Stephens explained, November. It was carried by a majority of tfta WE offer for sale two tracts ef Land of sale on that day, a certain negro woman THE fitted up as a Billiard Saloon and t ". I.1

and is rcjorted to have said, he was speaking of 355. This result has caused the grestest sur ::c.one of which was purchased from Jno. M slave, named DELIA, aged about sixty six years. Bar Room, the spacious premises formerly: $It

slavery as connected with monarchical govern- prise. The contest for the presidency has be- Bowden, situated on Lake George, and consistsof Taken as the property of Thomas J. Jones, to ned by Government, occupied 'Jodgtf 14I II

d ments Oh, fudge! Can southern men be come very exciting. The ultra Democrats, an- three hundred and fifty acres, more or less, satisfy ah execution in favor of Alphonse Lou- Lancaster. He has also just finished a splendid: ;:eo: 1
xious for unanimity themselves are pine land, hammock, with a large orange ., bat. THOMAS LEDWITH, fJj
'. ittmbugged by such palpable misstatementsGet ?- among Bowling Alley,.connected -wilk his establish: ...
the speech of Mr. Stephens and read it,and prepared to act with concord. Lamartine has grove. The other was purchased from William Pet 28, 18& 6t Iheriff D. C... ment, and, at present, the only one in Jacksonville .: l ) f,!

I judge whether he was not speaking of American publicly declined being considered a candi- Gardiner, situated near the above mentioned which'will. open tor.the :Public onMon-: j a

ilatery aloue-of shivery connected with our date. tract on the St John's River, and consists, SHERIFF'S S.LE.By day next, the 23d October. As he has been at 1 J
>vn policy and oilier X. IRELAND. two hundred and fifty acres, more or less,-:oak trouble and g
ItO virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias,'issued great expense to afford this means : i'

Intelligence from Dublin states that CFBrien, and pine land. < out of the Circuit Court for the County of of healthy recreation, he trusts his exertion J' 5SF I

a.a a.w Arkansas Courts-The nay they do if.-A Meagher, McManus and O'Donoghue, have had The above lands will be offered House for saatPublic Duval, will expose public sale, in front of will be rewarded Q ,l. J
the Court at Jackson-
Auction at
correspondent of the New York Spirit of Times, their sentence of death commuted to transpor- the Court House in the Town of Jacksonville JOHN CLAM will always.keep'. 6fi hand ghee j 2
second in March A.D. ,
writing from El-Dorado, relates the following tation for life. In Douglis' case the jury had ville, on the Monday THOS. J. JOKES the first Monday of December next, Between choicest LIQUORS and HAVANA SEGA ; .... t1'
I "good ua." not returned a verdict. 1849. ,-. the hours of sale oh- that day one forty acre lot and be feels -confident that no fanlt.will bey a

R. H. M. an Attorney of high standing at The country was in the most deplorable con- NOT. 11th JNO.1848.S..SAMMIS.4m' .' of Land, being the South West Quarter of the found with hint iff this particular .': ...J i1 '

ow; Bar, being counsel in a case then pending dition from the failure of the potato crop and Jacksonville, North West Quarter of Section No.21, in Township JOHNJacksonrille tLAL j: S J

was called by the Sheriff from the Court grain crop. The poor continued in a suffering Levy County Tax Collectors Sale No. 6, Range 2$ East, containing forty ; Octi2l,1848.- Snip: ]
House door three times, distinctly-R. H. M. condition from the want of employment.PRUSSIA. and 1-lop acres-together with" aH the improvements I.

JsqwrCjlLH. M. Esquire, It. H. M. Esquire, WILL be sold on the 1st Monday Janua- thereon. Taken as the property of CALCINE IYPLASTEII.FARI: fi "
between the hours of '
next 1849 10 ,
oat no answer to either call, and it was impossible Fresh disturbances broke out at Berlin on John B. Hardin, to satisfy an execution in favor & ,
to proceed with the case, without him the 16th ult., and after a lull, come to a climaxon and 2 o'clock, the following lot or parcel of of the State of FloridswTHOMAS P COGGINS & GO, of Philadeldia,' con-' 1
Land containing 160 acres or as much thereof tinue to manufacture
inquiry was made by the Court "in person the 18th. The cause was an attempt upon R-
will satisfy the tax due for the 1845 of the whitest'and finest
when as year Oct. 28 1848.6t Sheriff D. C.Twenty .- quiliiy it)
one of the crowd walked up to the the part of some mechanics to break up some .
bench including all costs and charges. Said lands are that can be produced; at the low rate of$tnM .. .
saying: Ef want him pertickler inventedfor labor saving. J :
you ,
Judge, he's over at B.'s playing poker." The troops were ordered out and continuedthe situated on the Wakasassa, S. W. % section, Dollars Reward. cash per barrel,' freshly put up.in. excelleD l. .tt
Here 28, T. 12, R. 16, and said to belong to one',Edmund shipping conditition.ALSO :;
was a fix. The Court had too much contest with considerable loss of life W1LJ BE PAID for the apprehension r. < f
Schriver nou-resident of this State. 'STEREOTYPE PLASTER ; La
ik XL L
respect for
such sport to break up the game, Thtir opponents fighting vigorously under and delivery of my Negro Man l
but could The. above lands will be sold at the Court and LAND:PLASTER at 69'ct& poi barrel .
not conveniently adjourn so after re- the shelter bal ricades. JACOB residence i!
at Griffin ti
on Lake "
House my
flxcin of Levy county,-attheHonso of Mary Direct order to the proprietor PMUde}.* I
h.IS ga moment, he very coolly remarked to The King has positively refused to acceptthe ; V.Andrews E.F.,or lodgment in any jul'80 thatI phia,. er: t y JOHN CAVENNAUGH-'New.Or i E
informant. "Go over and play his hand resignations tendered him by his minis- can'get him. Jacob is:>o';well known about
cans PtCOGGINS &CO ,
Ii IiI awhile tad ," .7 j t l.J:. {
tell ;
him into Court"Aoae I
Jacksonville "
come try. Tax Assessor &Collector of Levy Co.. ,Nassau and St Mary's that ft description .Philadelphia- A"I<
AUSTRIA. of him is deemed nnneceasary.. lira.. .,
I I November llth, :1848.. 9t Oet 91,154& :3. : .
Criticism-The editor of the Philadel- Affairs have not yet come to a crisis in Aus- "JJOSEPHVAUGHTFer: ;

Jlhia Republican has made a criticism on the tria. Nearly the entire population have. Bevy Count/ Tax (:oUeewrJ" tttailte:' .- 'P. W.B&ru.O.t. NOTICE; TO;'TRESPASSERS.-- i '

D'Whichb'mmme of the water celebration in Boston, resolved to hold out to the last, come what ; TK ILL BE SOLD, on the first' Monde 7 in ..21'_,.l$4=-__ -._ *_ _4t ,- r\ PERSONS heresfter; '

.seems to call fora change in the arrangetnenta will About one thousand persons had quittedVienna "t' January next, ((1849;)". between,,'the.:' ALL of the undersigned trespasiDg: npca. .c
NOTICES lyin*a*th,
lie ,
says: since the 6th ult, and the city was be- hours of 10 and '2 o'cbock'on that day the; mouth: of the ,
th .The Mayor and Aldermen of Boston, in ginnin to assume the appearance of siege-for- South West Quarter'of the SouthWest, Quarter llli weeks- afterA: te,:I >will)'apply,to the tfaw i Mill at Hazzard J..tint.St..9hns'to. from the Stems. .
err boajid :
arrangements nor the water celebration tifications were strengthened and outposts ex- of Section 7, Township 16, Range 19, 'and( 'the' Judge oPrbba.te'oBenton; county, for of that !
tract of land
fJt the ry known: as th* ForJb
25th ulL : letters of Administration on'the Estate Richard 9
haze of
assigned the editors of tended. North'West Quarter of the North West.Quarter Grant either < > i
n England a in the and people arc flocking D. Prine'late of said county;deceased.. ; t by cutting place grand procession. The peasantry country of Section 18y Township 16,Range 19s South .' ',,- : : ort other timber growing'- 'said I laad
tPmgrammeputiaa: them in the rear of the into the city in great numbers, entering and East, containing 80 acres;-or:as'much as : :MARY PRINi Adm'xC upon or
carryingawajrkny e
nedieal 4'he faculty,and in front of the lawyers. along the Mussdorf line, all other approach being will satisfy th'o'taieadue oar the stimefor' ''tnepresent .''!i..M.MOODY', Adm'r0itelier,7,1M8 I said lJnds,;.ill be.diealt with ortitoberlying.according to npaa&* "
committee of arrangements would hit the cut off by the besieging forces. 'all,costs and ;" ,6t : *
c r year, (1848with') ; expen-; .- < And all 'persons furnishing 'the,undersi.aed rY
POndencc better by putting the printers Allsperg, after leaving the suburbs had sea' accruing"for1 ad.ertising- same. '''he: "
ire ithsatisfccioijr evidence
': ) such tfe rel !
; th edocto rs next, glad the lawyers lastj at joined Jellachick,. and together they had a above named lands are'ituate. "in Levy'county; I-, -" Administratrix'" { !. Noti' .ce.. .-, ,dations or;:trespasses sufScient pf. any tdcoaTfe tha .
'cast that > : ;
is the order of the Apocalyptic pro- menacing front at their old position.On on the Withlacooche...a short distance.above the: ALL persons indebted to-the:Estate Junes person committing :some shall ;be' _
ihn. There Famine went before .and the 6th ult. the commandant"of the-Na-' ; well known place called Fort Clinch);'and owned] : 'i;. ngAec flats of Duvil county,:are' rewarded. ; PALMER P1.T RI&

d Hell followed after. tibnal Guard issued a placard announcing that and claimed. by',James'Lynchj;and;bb'nnded by requestelto"comeforward"and4make, immeii- .0ctober 4ijr4s.,0 "'6t ; i

1It the Hugarians, under Czarne and Moriza.;had U.:8.; lands; unless 'there Have been:J ldSre;: ate.payments ud:atttcreditort;:iegateaand' -_ .:,.. .., ; .. .. > "r. t ,

llk is. remarkable," PJs Dr. Darwin, "that crossed the Austrian frontier and were advancing -: centlypurchased'adjoinin; :., ,.TheJabove lands! ..persons'entitled, to distribution i1 : ct estate,', -. .;_,AftftJn:..... ,.. ..

J"f diseases arising from drinking gpiritpuswented against Jellachick.. ,The:placard, added i .:rill be sold at the Court'House:of LeVy county, ;are, hereby,.notified'thai;unless thtj exhibit AY'UP 'YOUBuVLOGK'IrOTEtO"'.2- 5Ageaty

liquors are liable to become h re- that there would be a sanguinary-battle in'the, .at the ho='OfJmrjV.And'iewL.4 .their'claims to mVIirithimtnij: tinse'presimabel :P : 'aC'' (
dztary slid s even to the third generation;, and grad- ricinity of Vienna. ; in'.iewoliwhich-'st1'Ong' ,' -'GEOBUg.. TL<,'ilmal' ';. .\ :, bylaw, they will be foreYer:baR & s : .orsuiUwill- beinstitetedtmmediate Giiocostt.: YtzJr, 1T .' ,..

I W increase the case be continued.tmtil force was posted at Belviderev. ."' } .M',;arA : ,r'and'Coltcctof'Le, ':. .' .Cci.fior.Dlth i. 1ARY'LON( .Adm'1 00' -:*. sa, '' HOUACLHO
e family J )' -9. > '- ,.. r. < .. .., .... 7'A
become extinct The Hungarian. army waasett Uowttat. 5,000.! >..if. 7i- ?, ::1S4!: ., '.S&;,.. ,,."", Jitckai" Jrri11IL'Oct2f184&.. ;8' ... Ul. ".)' Q"I.' "": .' .v.' ."" '-:'.. 'J-t"-. :;. '
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;,,.,.., Vader. .Armed. Occupation, A." P R I N. T' \ .:"-.\ l.i- ,:L'J aa.;j: ; :: &?r#<10",r;,'.I. ,: j; Jlxteact$ARs4PARLLL is.,pui, _p,w.i ft lottfa-Ills mending"S'D J MOORE'it to the, coy publieT;of fGri: Vfi.s.. .ti1dt
rd : '
. of the United \ six times cheaper, pleasantcr, warranted sujeriof Albany,Ang.1844. .' I'TO ..
: !:E'Stata.Trgasury&a Agent. No. 56 CedatfStfeett. .., .New York. ;to:any"sold., twres'd18 88es without MOTHERS 4ND''jIAR t.ell'
1-r .'' ; will attend at the SAVANNAH, ..;*, ; ,.PALATKA. ,,.FL. .l ti lomtvi,;purging,sickening'or'dtbifaating the pa- This Extract of l1E : ;
I :t' roll owns g places,'en the days specified below to O BT' for Sarsaparil. .
before JLmm JTUIJIDS H" Lmm. .mz WATT or lent and is particularly adapted a 1y prepared lreference
taken i to't
proqfs by depositions LATE LEE,; &.,JIJDSON) DARIEN,BRUNSWICK .T.iMARYS, .Gsa; FALL:AND- W MEDICINE., No female who has ,,
and ( reasopmchingthatcritialperiod.
L him in relation to the settlement occupation 'f
,- : Th.t beauty a'superiority of this Saxtlaparilla -
to(T.t' of all persons.who. obtained permit under Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE .'the
PICOLATA Pi oiin.: over all other remedies is it
'{.r .tks Act ot Congress entitlsdn Act to pro- No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOMC era. should neglect tb take,itventive lira a' \MiI
disease it the
and Settlementf which the and sole In connection with the Charleston Daily dicates invigorates for any. of the
fJ; tide for the Armed Occupation of is devoted to exhibition namero. uaUd.' r'
Mail Steam-packets Sav. the steamer body; consumption cured diseases to which ,.flt,9t
"" f the,unsettled part of the Peninsula of Flori- of the Single Article of ) females are' sib.
SARAH SPALDING from'Pftlatka to takeMonroo cleanse and strengthen
.c1 Sj approved August 4th 1842. and who were ; time of life. This ptriodlDl1'bed }
PRINTED CALICOES the U. a Mail from PicoUta to consumption be cured
l'; TOCUpauts under that, Act and the Act amendatory Stages, can several years by using this 1I1 It fItI"'
; M thereof, approved June 15th, 1844, and Their present Stock consists of nearly St.Augustine and from Black Creek tia.New. bronechitis, consumption;liver complain less valuable for those who .i .1&
: ate t
t7t:t Who actually occupied or settled under said One Thousand Packages, nan aville, A1L7gator,' Mineral Springs and Columbus colds, cough, catarrh; asthma spitting womanhood, .as it is calculated t' -p fI

PC Acts, and did not voluntarily relinquish and Embracing some THOUSANDS of different to Tallahassee.OCAMULG ,, of blood,soreness the chest, by quickening the Wood sad i" < *c
'- U'j ibahdon the same; but continued to reside on patterns and colorings and comprising everything Capl A. CHASE. hectic flush night sweats,difficult system. Indeed,thiS methane Ia b1 .. &
: desirable in the line, FOREIGN and ST. MATTHEWS, u P.McNsi.Tx. or profuse expectoratIon all the diseases to whlch'woD1a1 in It *

,Townhips i DOMESTIC. These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY and pain It braces the-whole systimpurities ,'renew l V"
' .1.4H the base line 'specified in said Act of 1842, All of which are offered for sale for cash or and SATURDAY MORNING,at ,10 delve and ar in the side,&C. ently the natural energiC8-b.1. t

; thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Acts satisfactory credit at the LONESTPRICkS, rive'at Picolata in tim for the Mail Stages to hate and ofthehcdylriotthe 80 far'As ,-

, Tix: by go through to St. Augustine before night every can be system to produce a aubseqU w1ben.!
thePIECE cured.Probably .
, At Newnansville Alachua County, en Thursday OR PACKAGE. Thursday and Monday. tion, which is the case of most a di p -(
'44':! there
that haSbeen
" tk: 12th October 10 days. New Styles are received almost every day, Returning, leave Palatka every TUESDAY and never was A remedy for female weakness and'db ease. -'
successful in w
";W. Jit Long Pond, Levy County on Monday, 23d and many of them are got up for our own sales FRIDAY MOKNINO at 7 dclocktouching as above so this it cleanses desperate and cases of consumption the DISEASE OF THE 'HEART .
as strengthens
; '.f October, 10 days. and not to be found elsewhere. each way. ; TUBE AND DROP v
" ;.t; AtMicanopy, Alachua County, on Thursday, |5- Printed lists of prices, corrected fromday They are both Ion preucre boatSj in complete system and and the appears to heal the 'ulcers on the NEW YOJt i July 22f OTK

i :. 2d November, 2 days. to day, with every variation in the market order, and handsomely;furnished in every yew lungs,health and patients gradually regain their DR. TOWKSENI>-Dear Sit: .7 vitF- .
i 1i At St. Augustine, St. John's County on Thursday arc placed in the hands of buyers. pect; are commanded'by gentlemen 'of well usual strength. been afflicted with a disease of .A:

' ',J Sth November, 10 days.lf' Merchants will be able to form some idea of known experience on the route, and their patrons .CURIOUS CASE OF 'CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fineS iii :s

: It St.Lucie County, en Monday, 27th November the extent and variety of our assortment,when are assured that every 'attention will be is scarcely a day passes but there are the greater part of the 'time. She h\ .Otc

, ..J 10 days.JLtMellonville. I we state, that the value of our usual stock of paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, a number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled withshortness of breath ndgrelt '1
!frt;: Orange County, on Thursday, this: ONE AIITICLE, is at least twice the value of md to the careful handling of freight. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The tering of the heart, 'Which,has beet-
. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by AGENTS: following was recently received: trussing, and[ has frequently ,b 'ClIo ata

ih., on Monday, 1st January our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together Brooks & Tapper, Savannah.A. DR. TowNSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her' bed. The rupture .was t. td
itf..1 10 days. with the fact, that our means and our A. DeLorme, Darien.G three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost every taJ; II ti tiI

"t$ 1 At Chocochattie, Benton County, on Monday attention, instead of being divided among avast Friedlander, .. Brunswick. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit ,

;7:,t,,. 15th January, 10 days. variety of articles are devoted wholly to ONE, John Bessent, St. Marys. stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three bottles of secret" de Ja

f At Tampa Hillsborough County, on Monday, will render the advantages which we can offerto Fernandez &Bisbee, .- Jacksonville.A. all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved otUie diit e
%t-ti'r; 30th January, 10 days. dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be Coy, -' Black Creek. under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture ha ah d

:.ii?e u At Key West)Monroe Coanty, on Monday, 14th our care that; none who visit our establishment Geo;Cooley, Picolata.S. regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. -
': ','J with P. '. Board of Health in New York and ,She has
\ r. J.\ February, 10 days. shall meet disappointment. Hawkins, Palatka.. elsewhere also had the dropsy,,and was "
; 'if! At Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March,..10days. Our assortment is complete at all seasons of E. Lafitte & Co.;.. Charleston.N. and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had >:idea that sbe :.,
,.rr-. the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded : to regain my health, and after read- be so benefited, as she had such a'con eao)1) S

!ii : All cases presented will be examined and P. S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of free of commission. Freights from Savannah ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has,as strange as iS Cir

;..+ 'I{.r reported on, and persons interested are requested Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original and Charleston, and all way freight : to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 ate t\.JJ -

;t''.r.'' to have their permits, depositions, and witnesses firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con payable by shippers.September done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange 'as to t W

:1T.k. .!. ready, and be prepared to prove their ncction he withdrew some time ago, has resumed 30, 1848. lyNOTICE. your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is. nevertleleis,S
; ( uses fully, in conformity with the printed instructions business in connection with Messrs.Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice. I per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainJintni
;r. ;'t forwarded each claimant. Judson, and assures his friends that the new severe in taking the Sarsaparilla;and have been uable medicine,, and should be ted ;
r: HUGH ARCIIER concern shall have the same pre-eminence in DRS. WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Pro able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we hatebeen.by eitrf 1

,;c1.. b; Agent United States Treasury. this branch of trade, which formerly distin of Surgery in the Franklin Medical four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at Ubtrtjri 1/uf b
'i";'1''t,' Octt. 14, 1848. nl finished the other two houses to wMeh he be College of Philadelphia,) have formed a co and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular d tiiowtftM-

t..,=ihri',. -----, onged. June 25, 1847. lyWAREHOU3B partnership the practice of MEDICINE and helped me beyond the expectations of all that Your,respectfully, .
t In Monroe Circuit Court ; !,SURGERY, and for the INSTRUCTION OF knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. i WILLIAM rOWSERj t Jai ttJ

?jf: STATE OF FLORIDA. A. M. REED MEDICAL STUDENTS. Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1&47* I -.
Patients from a distance can be well accommodated State New Jersey Essex ss.-Chns.
t: Angelo Lopez, i constantly on hand ft well assorted DYSPEPSY.No
and reasonable terms either at the
HAS on Quimby being duly sworn according to law on fluid medidine .1cA'
.t.rec.:: vs. > Bill for Divorce. ofGroceries or has ever been diiconr''
'. Maria ) Hotels or Private Boarding Houses of the city, his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the A't
'. ':; gastrieMi
Provisions DryGoods and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical true accordingto the best of his knowledge and saliva
; or decomposing food and
i: 1 proof having been rondo to me that tko and attention their streagtieaisr -
: as cases belief.
. DUE may CHAS. QULMBY. the of
'Pf;; in the Bill filed in the abovo Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz ; : ire., organs digestion as this prepaROka of f
t; Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarsaparilla It
. f.: 2' cause resides out of the State of Florida it is positively cures ewrit .1
: A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTSwill .
. Flour in bbls and bbls the 2d 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN .
Superfine % ; i August, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic r
:btl hereby Ordered, That a hearing be had on the t
be received who will be with
Pilot Bread and Butter Crackers supplied Justice of the Peace. BANK
' r :J Sugar ; DEPAK E\T, dt sarYMay10-is
; facts charged in said Bill on the first Monday of s. ti
Books Plates :
Anatomical and other
l44 "lams Bacon F M Beef Pickled Preparations DR.
; Tongues; : I have been
May and that if the Defendant do not aImed .

;. next appear -will be examined in the
Mackerel Codfish Rice regularly progress TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several
Salt ; years with dispepsia in ill
.T"I and answer said Bill by said day the same tsora
Goshen Butter Lard White of their studies according to the mode Very few families indeed-in fact have form -
we attended with
Cheese Beans sourness ofstonmd
:: 1 be taken as confessed against her. Provided ,bi
v. pursued in the Northern cities-will be
. Irish Potatoes large not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend'sSarsaparilla "
: ; appetite, extreme heartburn and
: nat of this order be published in some 'gms
!AJ; 1 public copy of this State for the of Sperm Oil, Candles; taught to compound and dispense }{Medicines in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and fc* yitb S
. ; newspaper space Green and Black Tea Rio and Java and will be instructed in the minor every day while those that did sickened and
: three months before the day appointed for said Coffee; summer, not (what I could eat) I have been unable fttl
. :. tearing. JOS. B. LANCASTER, Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; duties of the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cupping,Bandaging died: The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. 1 tried tit
; : Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised &c. &o. evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little I.Et
J,:' tl Judge So Circuit State of Florida. WBO
t:5: :. Tttos. F. Kixe, Solicitor for Complainant Sugar; Perhaps no Private Office in any American instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I was iaditt. icU l
Brandy Rum Gin city will afford a greater variety of new and approved DR.TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ed about
..:t Sept 16, 1848. 3m Whiskey, Alcohol Turpentine two months since, to try your Extact -
remedies, or present more practical facilities cured of the '
; by your Sarsaparilla summer of Sarsaparilla, and I must say with little WD.
f fl'.,. marshal's Sale. London Porter, Port,Madeira and ChampagneWine for students.In complaint and dysentery ; one was only 1 5 fidence; but after using nearly two bottles I t.1T
. .',: t",l BY virtue of two Executions issued out of ; connexion with this department, it may months old and the other 3 years. They were. found my appetite restored and the heartWientirely

: t.t the District Court of the United States for Cordials: Confectionary, Preserves &0. be proper to state that as soon as possible, an very much reduced,and we expected they would removed, and I would earnestly &TaD

.: ..!!', .,: the Northern District ef Florida and to me directed A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and die; they were given up by two respectable commend the use of it to those who hate bee)f

' k -i.i; and delivered, against Arthur Burney, Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins Bonnet and Taffeta Surgical Patients will be opened,when students physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have been. Yours &.
:f+ r I have levied upcn, and shall cell at public auction Ribbons; will have the opportunity*t practically studying we must lose them, we resolved to try your Tf. TrVVAN'ZAyytN. .

.J ,in front of the Court House, in the city of Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and nnbleach'Irish ; diseases. J. T. J. WILSON, M. D. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had B. Purchase none but such as have mpera \> -,.
;;-j., : Jacksonville,between the hours of 10 a.m. ind Linen., Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; C. C. VAN WYCK M. D. little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised that hide the bottle completely and tot

f?1 .t: 3 p. m.of the first Monday of September next, Cambric, Jsconet, Swiss,and cross bar Madias Tallahassee,Aug. 5, -1848. 6m that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P. TOWNSEND;

, ;,\.1.t a Negro Woman, named Peg or Peggy, and her Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; STATE OF FLORIDA thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 126 Fultonst.SunBuilfcf

:Esc )' two children. ROBERT MYERS,Marshal, tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; MONROE COUNTY. the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Bedding & co.8 Statc-st Bogton f:Dyott .,'

;.* 1 i By his Deputy G. HUMPHREYS. Wine white and brown LineA Drill for pants, Benjamin Megtn 1 be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons 132 North Second-st. PhiladelEKijI

.- .1' Marshal's Office ) &c., &0., &c vs. In JOHN WILSON, Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Dnro fc ta, ,
,'..-:1 t. 8t Augustine July 22, 184 J Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham,and Cotton,in steel Thomas Taylor, Philip! f Chancery.Sawy MJrt -avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.1:, IM7. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Charleston "riP' w
k''I' '' 1 JT The above sale is postponed to the first and whale bone frames; er;and James Filor.J LUNATIC AYSL UDf & co. 151 (Chartres-st. 1f Orleans lOSScali

,'jJ"io : Monday in November next. Hardware Cutlery-Knives Scissors, Razors reappearing to me by affidavit that Thomas James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistants : Pearl-st.Albany; R. Van Bnckirk,292 tat.tl ri.'

,:if G. HUMPHREYS, Deputy Marshal Nails Hinges, Suits, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants thebill in the Lunatic Ay slum,Blackwell's Island,is the Market and Broad-sts. Newark, N.J..iidty ita iti
:'....s',.:N,' fit.Augustine.Sept 9, 1848. Tea Trays; filed in the above canue, reside oat of the gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants geaiislly
I. ,-I." Collins Axes, Hammers Hatchets Saws; State of Florida,and that tie said Thomas Tay RHEUMATISM. throughout the United States, WestlsdlaJBa

i.;:*\f NOTICE. Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots Kettles l resides in Europe, and that the said Philip This is only of than four thousand the Canadas. A. M. REED,Agent ; a
l': ": APPLICATION will bl mad to the next &c., &.C.; Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, cases of rheumatism one that more Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla 'JacksonTm,I1or>di
'tt.; ::; of Florida for an act A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A It is Ordered That said defendants appear has cured-The February 26, 1848. Jt r
:; :> incorporation to authorize a company to con- Goon Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. and answer the said bill,otherwise it shall be severe and I
r;'oI., ttruct a Rail Road from Cedar Keys, or some Boots fy Shoes -Men's,Women's and Children's taken pro,confesso. chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary NOTICE. '

'Lt-j % eligible point on the Gulf toast, to the St. Iary's Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order virtues : t.1 &
i' ;.'; River or some eligible point on the Atlantic variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines be published in some newspaper printed in BLACKWEJLL'S ISLAND,Sept.14, 1847.DB. SIX.MONTHS and after vouchers data r I Administratecftha lall pneseat '.
Tow ,
'-Dear Sir: I have suffered as
the St. John's
toast, the Eastern
'lt or &c. Circuit of Florida a.monthfor
once '
. ? for nine I Estate of Henry Barnard Jr late of Dun):
terribly with the rheumatism
' 184S.
1.\-1' August 26, 3m JacksonvilleApri115,184S. nine months in reference to the said Thomas ;
:" '1 ;. ly considerable of the time I could not eat, sleep county,deceased to the Hon.Judge of ProbU
Taylor, once a week for four months in
J;'... M, A CARD. reference to the said or work; I had the most distressing pains, and L of said county for a final settlement of,aid IJ
4 1 ; INVALUABLE Philip Sawyer. my limbs were terribly swollen. I have uedour Estate,and shall; at the same time, apply(5
, !;\;. A LADY, desirous ef locating in Florida, FAMILY JOS. B.LANCASTER, ( bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have Letters of Dismission as such AdmLnistntri,rf r-
FI'.b. !. and who has had several COMPANION. Judge So. Circuit of Florida.
experience feT
years done than which all interested in said Estate;K*
. me more one thousand dollars worth persons .
.!.;r ta a Teacher of the Higher Branches of an SIX Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Curd e THOS. F. KING, SoL for Compl'tKey of good-I am so much better. Indeed I am desired to take notice.HENRIETTA. ,

:: ,. English Education, with French, Music, an of Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the West, February 19, 1848. 9m entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use BARNARD; Aarix.:

'':;" '".. Embroidery, wuhes to be employed in an Acad. Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 this for the benefit of the afflicted. Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. 6m K
'at emy for Young Ladles or to hear of some healthy engravings. Paper 50 ets.; bound 75 cents. HOLMES & CO.MESSRS. Yours respectfully JAMES CUMMINGS. -'
village in which she could establish Mail.to
a School any part-postage 9 M cts. NOTiCe ,
Every desirable reference and all further ia- Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. HOLMES& CO.. have removed COULD NOT WALK. MONTHS after datevl shall present IeI Ij
SfSk formation, may be obtained by addressing, Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling stock of Merchandize'to the large That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very SIX and vouchers as Executor of ti.

I. 3em < post paid,) P. BELL, Ch3.1'leston S. C. Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Ab building formerly occupied by the United States best remedy. for female complaints there is Estate of James B.Roberts, deceased to, tit .t
Sept 23, 1848. 5t dominal Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all known as the Government Building. They no disputing; thousands and thousands of Judge of Probate .f this county,for Settle|

.:; Ruptures Falling of the Bowels and Womb, have added to their stock, by the late arrivals weak and debilitated females that were prostrated and allowance by him and at the aaae tfmvshall
..'I" .4 NOTICE. and Weak Back and Chest; sent by express from New York,a full assortment of Dry by those diseases to which females are apply to the said Jn4ge orCoujr &t* 0-.
:! WEEKS after date I shall apply to the everywhere. For Goods subject were soon in the enjoyment of robust 1
: Braces
ow ;
. I ;. .SIX or Supporters, or Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c. final discharge from my Eiecutorship
f ,.". Honorable Judge of Probate in and forth Rupture Supporters, give height from head to which they are prepared to sell at reduced' health. Estate of said James Roberts,deceased,* 6
County of Hillsborongh, for Letters of Administration foot, and circumference of person next the sur prices. New YORK, Sept. 23.1847. JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of lit;* A

on the Estate of Susan Stafford, face,just above the hips. If Rupture,mention They are now prepared to purchase Cottons PE.TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has for last Will &c.of Jas.B.Roberts,deft*
late of said county deceased. which side. the last year been very 'mck and in a greatly)
Agents wanted for the sale of the Hides, and other produce of the at the April 2'2, 1848. 6m jI
JOSHUA country, reduced state of health
STAFFORD. above reduced
goods. Address Dr.. S. S. FITCH, ,70 7 highest Market rates and make cash advanceson ; being by a
.i ti .l Hillsborough County September 2, 1848 Broadway New York post paid. consignments to their friends in Savannah variety of complaints such as females are liablto Administrator's
April I, 1848. ; she got so bad at length that she was entirely .
. .;. Executor's Notice. 11 and, Charleston have or New,York; unable to walk and was as helpless as a child; THE Subscriber having qualified a Affi W-- t

MONTHS after date,I shall apply to the TO FISHERMEN. They a new article of 'Wrought Iron she commenced using ,your Sarsaparilla and on the Estate of the LU&Bobo-. ..
SIX Ploughs-to vhi they would respectfully Call! she immediately to her G.LivingstonNotice is hereby &&&._
Judge of Probate of Duval county, for a the attention began regain strength, : : :
The of
American Planters.
final discharge from my Executorship of the Net and Twine l'lIml1lf11c.' Jacksonville her complaints. left her, and after taking several persons!.(Creditors, Legatees,and Bistnwwp f.
Estate of James B. Roberts,deceased ring Company, NOT 6, 1846., tf bottles she, is restored. .Being a singularcase and others..) having demands against said t e r

it1'W : May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS, E x'r. WM. STONE AGENT, TYPE FOUNDRY I thought it might do good to publish it- I tate to,present them properly authentieateo, ..
\ i No. OG Commercial Street, Boston Mass. She used a number ,of remedies that done her I within the time, prescribed law,to the Subscriber .J-\

Duval militia Claimants. FOR SALE-Seine Twine for Fish .59 Gold, corner of'Ann. street, N. York.fTIHE no good previously., Yours respectfully, I if by_mail,post paid or this notia,TPM_ ,

I THE non-oommi.ioncd officers and privates OFFERS and Gilling Twines of all de subscrhbers.have' ; taken the Type Form JOHN MULLEN, 87 Norfolk. be- plead in bar. of their recovery. '
Captains Bush, Price, and Suarcz' com- scriltions-Oorks] Leads Ropciug &c. &.:: ,JL 'dry, and will continue the bus ess1 ttly .- < : JAMESA.PEDEN,.A. je
; .t l r! pafliesFloridaMounted Militiafor1.: _
, who have not the : to all orders they receive with J
"te&rs 53S-9, yet signed necessary tic Nets and SeIncs-FlShing Seines wita"and may .punctuality GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.. .- '

tt ig, papers,relating to their cla5msin the hands without.bags-Cast Nets &
n"pI+!i eftheundersignedurerequestedIodosowitboudelay. t want can have ANY DESCUU-XION of Net or Seine then will be Hand Cast; and 11ey_ill furnish speedy cure for incipient.consumption, and AT SAIfTA*TKK, OOLC3IBIA COUHTYj;'*: < a
: The to be signed arc left.with made all kinds of Pxiisttra'Materials of the best,
papers to order and shipped to their address .qual for the general prostration ,of the system-no nei WDlI nt' ,
the 2Sth
;: CoL- ens, at the Post Office or may be signedaitey they will please name length,depth, and size T'ol, ity. Mrt J. 4*,T.,tie verend is.still.'employed in matter .whether,.tfie, result of inherent .aus e, ON,be Saturday sold to,the highest of bidder October, the>ic1, .J
a\I'.b'I- office. GREGORY YALE, mesh in their' orders. superintending manufacturing department.
Letters of inquiry or.eagles-prosl\by'irregularity, illness or the-Steamer Orpheus as she noR lies 1
Agent Duval com P anies. promptly answered by mail or otherwise Proprietors of newspaper,jarho have pot advertised accident. of .
ia her tackle consist>
with and
1ia j Jacksonville.March.d, lS 8. tf Boston, Mass,Sept.9,1848. 3m this notice,for for the three subscribers months, who may publish Nothing can.,lie more, surprising than its invigorating Anchors all, Cables. Blocks, apparel&&, ana'a quantity"f 1.. :
"" ,iwll.l.b toreceive the human
, 1; '"r". ,NOTICE.SIX pay' in type oh i effects v on ( frame.; !persons Smiths' and iq arpenters'tools. -,'
Fifty Dollars Reward, pwchasing,five tJ.meso all weakness and lassitude, from taking it .
'. t .. WEEKS after date I shall apply to the WILL BE GIVEN BY amount of their bill,for adi trtising. at once become robust and full of underits ALSO, :, t"
H no ble the Judge of Probates of Co THE Old Type taken in energy splendid i Jligh Pressure. Engine saw& 4
11 i exchange new at9 ts ,
undersigned for the c influence. It immediately counteracts the
14 IsimbiitCounty, for Letters of Administration I apprehension per Ib._ gine is in gqgd order and complete in ereij7g
aud.safe nervelessness of the.female ,
frame which the
;fi ;4nthe estate of Joseph S. Gill deceased, late'osaid f Duval County Jail delivery of into the the -"n'Tl*'Type with 'which.tfce, NEWS," is great_cauaeofbjwrenness.> ; ._ pect'Wlth. balers. ,;Eta' :1* ,:
Ii. *-* to commence at 12 o'clock M.
.tt f! count DANIEL CHAVERS. i negroes to wit. : Venis, a woman Han-; printed, iraji .
: August 12,1S48. w Goo WHITING & .
1 lt AlUptor, nibald. TAYLOR '
a boy, rg anar a girl, aM what chil delicate a nature,U eziibitaertwfiaitq of cures signed at Madison,Court House 1 1t !
d.ren the aboveBamed Veni performed :but,w.e;civn assure the afflicted that .
: ,
.:1(0 ,.' dmlnis1rutor'5 Notice. might'bav: 'borned A. R:NOYES,'.A ;
since she has .; wises have been J
ri' .t 'PERSONS interested in the Estate of been absent, supposed to be two hundreds. of reported tourDa Madison C.H.Sept 30,184&Estate .'
: or three,and Ell ck,'an old African ; Tow $END: My wife being greatly distressed ._ .'
are .
,IS> the,late Joshua Miller, hereby noti- man* ADIES'.Black Filet Mitts; Lon do:; Sew :
.- i 0"8 the let of January .1849 I The above fugitive elaves'have: been absent' silk 8 '. tug by:.weakness andgeneral: ,.debility, and j 1 1t
t.< .
; ;
_:11il d; h voucher for nearly fUry JOHN JL"TONS' r-4 :JSWHosei; ThmuMace nuttons.Bobbins suffering continually by pain and;with other of Crispin f Dorgaew i
accounts and Ad : Checked
.t .
: m as ; :CambricsWhite ; .
:. enJ. Linen .
t U\J..tt Jacksonville March'25th. 1848 ; difficulties,and having known cases where LL,Persons interested are hereby iotifie. .
A :.
e-n Prow ; 6ia : Drill Swiss i your
; t1 o ;
es i n Edging 1 .
to ge 5 Figurtton'Sbiftaf
nbtratar u ; BobinetiM" uifo'
> .anedicina hascffectcd.great.cures A. datehs ,
:_ ", ] and. .
i } : also ThatSiiWwksrfrqfflLthe ;
for i final sett Net Shell :" ;; : ; ,
ide Combs
Gonads; .. emcntfronvlhe $ Dram "d
+ Alachua
I.; i an.d for further i administration: ,nOR >, Bacon, Mackerel, Butter,Xard; Pilot.; Neck!dos Oents' L.,B C; Children's hearing it recommended for such cases as I have ; shall apply.,to. ,the Hon;James S.JoneJJwR
D :ltd disaha'g4 X >BreadCigars,*:Smoking! .TobaccoMntapers&c. and Bleached: J es iibedI obtained* bottle of your.Extract : ofProbate for Col"Administration quntJ.torL -
: Brown .
y' a -
e.r d.'sbaUtpr n t,8hirtiagsj Osnab '.
Hid"est&tA. \lrg Denials and _
f ." : Just received'by Brig'H. Kelloch i: rantaJ\J\IU ; of Sarfaparillatand followed. the directions you: on thEstutet ot"
'JTOlAnBECKiNaEBAilm'TV; Stripes; ; ;
i It ff.0 [
,I. t;;. i and for;sale. bye flU* ': .41-r" .receliedl aitd' ., c....'.t" gave me., ,In a short period it removed her complaints I r'm late of said ceuhtyVdeigased. -. l'f
6n ,
t ; ; *,July b l, 1818.. i. : l July 22, .<: ", .LiJ&'nJb ."a" 4,' .0' iaie- 4..rJ1.., .. '( ',. "'. J ?; nd.;restored'f iEer;tQ,.healthBeing: 10iD': AOE1take "
'J1. .
&r&tef* to the benefits Ale 5 .
she melted, I tor, August 16(8. ,




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