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 25, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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+ repiai enfitame. Bjrefemn| nd'43***lBtiwt yiined,** die,Wires5Ml.a' i for permanent annuity, stipulated'bi'Ul & seventy dollars jt&&tettoti r tt&For 1io' I .
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mty b aa ertsiued"sisal .f theANfACT' 'Tbirtieti:..jrnsPtat2o.WoJ2.1 I treaty wheelwright. stipulated la the eigharar .J...f&' '.'..' i- .. VI tiaIIU
p sturm,, the requUUe berT.eighteen hundred and serenJ eight fiundred1. ticle of the]teUP'of tWetity-tboTtli IU' UVA:1aI'a 'J' -OF II t !
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Advertbemenu not Barked with the numbeirfSerwjMWS making'appropriations\ .for.thc.cnr.. ? lor"'permanent, annuity. stipulated,Jittthfourtharticleof dollars; &.ft i Ntf !&'' .t/ ** .'t 4etFs: *,Jt .- .. third rdcl'of. th&-tftaty; aril. aejarat.'a
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.ired will b.con aued util forbid : 'the' .of tW -foartit For r&1 e'Li 't''tJiittf W t:i' TitIIIIt
nn and contingents expenses of.the Indiiut ; :;; treaty '. wagoner stipulited;in th'fifth'artifeWof -" Alum '

Ie uncharged: for. Department and for-f 5 ,"., the"of fourteenth Pebruary, ighttei 1i.1,' ,Ji." three.. 't ..# 1: ",".sett. '.. :dt I
1 ; will be charged for all'tnnoaneeorceiodidates the-various Indian tribes for.,the .dollars;; '' '" ; hundred':and 5 thirty-three:,sir;htndred1 l-.' :-. ,,t:' : '. t J
dollar ?
g7 Pie Tor ofiee.yeforSuMonths. '> year ending June; thirtiethj.eighteen,.hundred For support of a'bTacksmith a.'i.SagpaW,1'and; dollars,. ha"i i* l "i. >r '. ? ;i? '. ,.,Toth43 oatceiex' "k tr ,'f. t
For limited 't"lfi .
.u for farming utensils and t1 -for e employment 1 t 'F'' '' annuity
h'C'OOOne and fortynine!and forother; purposes. ; stipulated irr
i gated ft thi'second'artrcWof ,
"'' 10 OOl' Be it enacted IJy tAt ;matt aiulIioirsedfBepto of persons aid themii:agriculhnt the eighth article of tie-treaty'of.twrtty-fourtb the it. '1 .

NecetoDebton anil Creditor i t .. iMtives of the .Ur&1led, &IllU of America 'mr'Asserabledi'.Tltat stipulated..do the. eighth article?of'tbe tre t11 January,r..i ftWnvhundr4iand\twenty-six, September/fcighteeit;hundred'twenty --' "_ ; 1
! .,goo for Letter of Administration. 5, oo- the following! sums, I bt t1rer U Septe ti/t'eighteen hundred "two. thousand doll"XI+'". "* >'&>Rtt v| 'r y ,tlrotrsaAdrdolla r..H.' :: ; _m\
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aoticei will be inserted lR1a:' arid'nineteen ahd-sev For edueatfo >uitlrs"std 3H
1 I IT All yeti 'oas be;and they arr hereby,appropriatedforthe U'article'bfthVtreaty'h % fdf twenty years,ltJpaiat4dbt V ted in the secoridinMe of &'treaty of third
Or-'fOUrt eJ1th und ai'athirty.ioTesy'trro the;thirteenth'aVticlaoftho
thirtieth June eightetft .. treaty of
i year endingithe ay.of ,- '-r twenty September :et tri ff'hundred1and ti
"aiOaa1 III..aSead will; anU thtiigtn dolltis;' A VV : -O. fourth MarCh.eighteen 'hundred aad, tyaiorie
1 ; l1diuaabIe P' hundred forty-nine for the purpose jof pay thirty $
; h'ousand four hundred and i
For education; th* .of CongreSs forty doltej\1
pleasure twtftlrretftEotttend'doUawtl.I
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dycrtllf'meDtI. ing the current end contingent.eipenscaef the 4 o f'jtSj.. f. : Poi irofc l a ieelibr < t
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Xthrticltot;tiai tJoe f e.oJo4t'- 1..w..Ji vft>Br
. Indian and:fulfilling.treaty stipulations i BtipUlated1ftthe j T ;> r .r WhCJV b t.oait1i"o1mlwort. !
Job'Priming, aUld 1 department and forty dollars ,. '
'lJ1DiUI for r. ,
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t1'of'fifthiA'Dg eighteen:hundred aad tweaii hundred ind fifty-tibuaand'dollars' ., .
j >with, the TariOutIn iaQ: tribes, to be stipulated '"YQJf 1ireh ofJtO il* .I.
I lot the not other* i tyaizi ODe thousand-dollars;; -! I in" the third!;article of Hhd.''treaty of twenty- .
paid ouGotan1 money iecond artid ofHa J
. All eommanfcsrxTOS mast be addressed to To the Chippenxu, KejumHoesf Wimakgsaiand I third November, eighteen: hundred and thirty thisd8epti
try wise appropriated.for elghi ndhundr*
i 1IG..I"I C. Gittm. g..tag. pU.LIVINGSTON. .- the.current and contingent expenses of .Naa.York Jadiaut .LII : For education .during the pleasure ofjCon-! lars'; "V*,'- "ifc. ', 'u? '- i -5 .1'J.. t1 it'
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theIndian depa.rtmentt'Tis: For two thousand
; J = in the fifth article of the *For*dttcaih potoxbr tobaccoMlfitib: : :
area for
IX the of fn- grew stipulated : a) twenty years, stipulated .
of superintendent
FEL For'thepay ted 1I the eebond article cf the of.third a .
of eleventh ,hundredi and the fifth' treaty 1
AT LAW dim affairs of St. Louis and the several Indian ty August, eighteen. artidfl of the treaty of fourteenthFebraaryeighteen September;'.'dghieen"hrmdred i.dl'i
. Jacksonville Fid agentsy provided by: the ,acts;of June thirtieth twenty-seveny one thousand five bundre&dollars. hundred and. thirty-three-oae'f.. three hundred dollars> 3J-tt. -* -- &Si4 ; ,
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eighteen hundred and thirty-four of thousandfdollars; 'For utensil and i. Jt
; ; farming cittley stipulated
a WILL practice in all the Courts of the EasternCircuit. .hundred and thirtieT.en i +the Chocas. f FcredncatioD/; twenty' years'stipttlatedin ;
March/third, eighteen he'second article of the treaty'of'third 8 *=t i
i hundred : Forpermanent annuity,stipulated in the second the fourth article of the treaty'of fourthJanuaryeighteena'hundred : ; p
. and of June twenty-aeventh-.eighw.n tember j eighteen hundred a>ndi thirtl.alJ fivohirnttred '
and forty-si; twelve thousand six hundred article of the treaty otail.teenthNoveri1ber; anal'fortyfiy e, dollars;j LL 't -l1-N I"I i1' P 1)
\VM. F. CRABTREE hundred and three thousand doU three dol1&rs.j
i dollars eighteen five thpUsand. (- .
seventy-eight ; For" thirty barrel*of a1tt8tfpI1t&ted. .
t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. For the pay sub-agents-,-authorized,by the lars; '. Tothe'Iklarareo $. r'For'permanent ,' ; seebnd arlitto of tire treaty of&hI a
t : For in the in" r the '
permanent annuity stipulated stipulaied
hundred and ) annuity 11 .
Jacksonville Fla. act of June eighteen eighteen-hundred and thirty-six one
thirty-four eight hundred, and seventy dol- thirteenth article of the treaty.of eighteenth: fourth articleof1 the treaty of third August, and fifty dolIan.t: r[

i Vfru. attend to any business entrusted to his October, eighteen hundred and, twenty, six seventeen hundred and ninety-five;,'one thousand TJfktfauhau. fl
I ttndi in any of the Courts in the Eastern Circuit "Ius i ; thousand dollars; dollars.bJ' 5 I.! "lt ,l
For the of interpreters, by Forblacksmith: +assistant fo'j.tiJ 4
pay ,
of Florida. i For permanent annuity stipulated in the second 'For'permanent annuity stipulated in the
:, the same act one thousand three hundred and and during the pleasure.the President set .
. i article of the treaty of twentieth January third'article ef the treaty of,thirtieth;September to 3
AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, ; forty-two dollars; eighteen hundred and t1fent1- ',, six thousand: eirfiteen,hundred and nine five hundred ulated inthe'fourth artitltfof the treaty of.fife
For the pay of derk to superintendent at St. dollars : dollArs *: )w% :l 0,'" ., teenth'July,:e ighteea hundred;and1 thi syifev" S ::
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 'Louis one thousand two hundred dollars; : ; 'w' en hundred andteatiydOUara; ; ,., :
ATTORNEY life ; t1:-?t .
,; And Commissioner of Deeds of the State of Con'lleeticut For the pay of clerk to acting superintendent i For annuity to chief; (Bob Cole) stipulated For permanent annuity, stipulated in'the For iron-and steel for!shop, two b And >' T it
: in the tenth article of the of.twentieth fifth article of the treaty of October :
treaty third eighteen .
; .
Florida. thousand dollars :
C :j within and for the State of of the western territory, one ; ,twenty dollars : 'S"rsForagriCtiltttraYdplementrfor ; ...
. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. For buildings at agencies and repairs, two January, eighteen hundred and twenty- hundred and. eighteenTfour thousand dollars '-C :years.u J ''
five hundred and dollars.. 'V It' :
1 one fifty J
thousand dollars ; and during thfe pleasure of the Prestdreaiy
. "" ; For life to the three...district, For' ''in .the iJH. 4 Sf
. annuity permanentlannuitystipulated
; :
COOPER treaties with
CHARLES P. For expenses in negotiating ulated in-the fourth;article of;the treaty ofJL5| x d ,
f'r the ratified April eighteen hundred chiefs, (two hundred and fifteenth article of tha supplemental, treaty of twenty-fourth September one thousand t
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Chippewas, I teenthJuly, eight Irandyed. r
in the several Courts of the gas and forty-eight, three thousand dollars; ; treaty of twenty-seventh September, eighteen.; eighteen hundred'. 'twenty-nine' ", one thirty; fiTe hundred dollars,..*._ ,. .', J 4 '
f'l *
will hundred r
practice hundred and. and fifty thousand dollars '
thirty seven f _
For compensation to an agent and two inter- Tffth .OU u >:d 1g "i iFor j' tJ tt
lira Circuit of Florida. the Indian of.Texas in addition dollars; "For life annuity: to chie stipnl ated to the
for tribes ,
l Jtekwarille E. F NOT. 26, 1847. peters to the former appropriation for this object, For life annuity to one Wayne :warrior,stipulated private and confidential articles of sapplein&tal blacksmith1' and assistant for ttt tP yeafffc/ tI.1

f """" fifteen hundred dollars in the twenty-first article o(;the treatyof treaty of twenty-fourth. September,'eighteen diD'tblbJt1tllthele\btih..tna1 ;stipis

s CHARLES H. PELOT, For fulfilling treaty; stipulations with various twenty-seventh September,eighteen hundred_ hundred and_twenty-one treaty J'of 1 t ; ot fif.teehia 1.

AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW tribes viz: and thirty, twenty-fivedollars; f third October, eighteen hundred and eighteen;' July'eighteenhundred'and,.f tMrty-, eenhundred ?-
i JTTOINEV For limited annuity for twenty years stipulated one hundred dollars 'I. ." '.' and-twenty'doHarif;! -i' .- :nJ : i
To the Christian Indians.
Little River. Florida. I I stiulated in the,acts in the seventeenth article of tie treaty of For life annuity to three chiefs, stipulated;in't For iron1 and, steel for* .shop'twohundredamltwenty :"vFor" V
1i For permanent annuity .
in the several Courts of dollars; .Jl. 1 t -.t :r
fat ;
practice hundred and twenty-seventh September, eighteeb hundredand supplemental article1 to' treaty of the;twentll ..!
of May twenty-sixth eighteen t
) Eutern Circuit of Florida; business entrusted | thirty, twenty thousand dollars xt October;eighteenhundred thirty-two agricultural-implemeatr t61"teal,years
. tikii will meet with attention. twenty-four, and May thirteenth, eighteen *!" ., from eighteen1 hundred and forty,*stipulated itt r ,
, care prompt four hundred dollars.To For education of forty :youths ,fcr twenty three hundred dollars; .
. hundred and twenty-six, the third article of the ::of I "
treaty twenty.flrit'Septmber
yean, including support for teaohen in tjie nation For purchase salt, stipulated in the thudarticle '
. FORWARD & ALDRICH, the Chippenas of Mississippi and Lake Superior. two thousand fire hundred dollars per of t the treaty of seventh'June/eighteen | eighteen1 htrndred-_ i and thlrty-thri. ,. l; iL;

r. annum stipulated.the twentieth article of hundred and three on&hundred:dollars fiehundreddollarsr j' V'O"
; ,
j '
i 1TTORNEYS AND For payment in money,for twenty years,stipulated the treaty of twenty-seventh September,,eighteen For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in .For' edtrcatioar during .tire"-pleutirV-'ef the 1 1
WILL practice in the several Courts of Law the second article of the treaty of President'stipulated in-tlrt fourth'article tStf i j
hundrad and, thirty, twelve thousand five. the sixth article:of the"treaty ofthird October ,
ud Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida.WK. twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thir hundred dollars; ". -> eighteen hundred and eighteen f'sevenhtindred. ; treaty of Wnti- Septemberj'eighteea-huav s

A FORWARD, St. Augustine. ty-seven, nine thousand five hundred dollars; For pay of millwright, in the twentieth ar? d'tenti dollars 1 f i .. I dred and.tnirty4hi e-five hun red'cfo11aritd 4

{ Ltwis ALDRICH N'ewnansrile.CHARLES For payment in goods, for twenty years,stipulated tide of the treaty of twenty-eventh September, Tor iron and steel for shoptwo'hundred'and For fannuitJ for. tenryears/from It*' ( l

.t in the second article of the treaty of eighteen 'edand thirty,!six ..hundred dollar twenty,dollars; ., teen',hundred and-fortystipolated in the swoadartidf : f
DsWAAL and thir- rof '?6f t .
twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred *; V i For interest on fort.elttUlo1lSD eighty thtreaty ; : twenty-nrst :September -

AUCTIONEER, ty-seven nineteen thousand dollars; .For blacksmith,stipulated the sixth article dollars," 'the'per'centuiu 1 being th.T&lu ofthirtysix ,-eighteenhundred J MJ andthirty4ajft-t: : w1 1t '1
I JACKSONVILLE, E. F. For establishing three blacksmiths' shops of the treaty of eighteenth October, eighteen 'sections'of land set apart by the treaty hoitlad'f11Ohtmdr ; 1 V J

. E .Cr SALES in any part of the County attended supporting three smiths, and furnishing iron hundred and twenty, and ninth article of the of eighteen hundred and.nr tl-Dine-for'education For two'fari i m'dunDg the pleuure"bt' ;

. :: li and resptctully solicited. and steel for twenty years, stipulated in the second treaty of twentieth January eighteen stipulated invresolution of the Senate President.stipulated thf fifth-article of the

Jacksonrille May 6, 1848. article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, and twenty-fivesix hundred.dollars; of nineteenth Januaryeighteen; *:hundred and treaty of twenty ifintt September;eighteen h' > g

eighteen hundred and thirty-seven three thousand For iron and steel for shop three hundred thin -eight.'-.twp thousand'three hundred-'and dred1 'thirty thrietwelve, hw 'dollars? }. *!

. JOSEPH. FITCH, dollars; and twenty dollars. four. dollars, \I I Ttftltt. r f.J. ,
of implements G 1--:& For pemwmst.anaaity"uJaUar f in jthe' J.
of farmers purchase
For cFloridaYirdi
HAVING established himself PALATKA E.Fa support To the Chickuams. r ;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,, ;grain or seed and to carry on their Agricultural For permanent annuity,stipulated in the act Forlblacksmith -ands"iwlataaf'stiptidated' -in fourth artide .of the treaty.;of thf1it-.A1Ig f '

for twenty stipulatedin : hundred sixth:article' df'this' 'of seventeen'.hundredand'nitrety 'iYe,"..oiioltursand
till attend to any business entrusted to his pursuits, years of twenty-fifth February,;seventeen the treaty 'eighteenthSeptamber t
art with despatch the second article of the treaty of twenty- and ninety-nine, three thousand dollars; ,.eighteen hundred. and. twenty three, dollars ; y ,. J r ?. r( )11
hundred and thirty-seven in ? the ? "f' (r>For.' Permanent annuity,. P &tedIin the y. i
hVember 19, IS47 tf ninth July, eighteen For education for fifteen..ra stipulated and fourthTarticle of treaty. hihtli'May.eighteen ,
the r
one thousand dollars; the. second article of the supplement' to the hundred and'tMriytTrocbnethtjusanaf second-article of treaty;oseventeenthrNd: 'r
.. '
.. .' /T. .",'. --Tember..' eighteen hundred ':
J. B. CUBBEDGE For purchase of provisions for twenty years, treaty of twenty-fourth May,eighteen hundred dollars, lv B > dad;seven, eight }td
stipulated in the second article of the treaty of and thirty-four, (one thousand dollars. .having For annuity in gbods-.for; 'fifteen'years/'stiptr :hundred-dollars; / *-"i. j& .,

BOO! SELLER AND STATIONER, twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thir- heretofore .been, appropriated) ,two. thousand 1 ed in,the sixth article of the treaty- of fourth >(Tor permanent annuity-
<h'lide Market square, (next door to Ver- ty-seven two thousand dollars; dollars ; -' .*?*' January.eighteen" hundred -fi";-two fourth'article of the';treaty of.:;the,SeTeateeath.1 ,
stifle, Luffboro & Butler's Shoe Store,) For purchase of tobacco for twenty,years, For the use,of.the heirsJof Hoth-la-cha. thbttsana dollars. rtif -V-' "* "'' *isr- '* -" Septembereighieen hundred and jugnteea,_' i j 3I

Savannah, Ga. stipulated in the second article of the treaty of his:wife,.,Rebecca James, Chickasaw Indian t For annuity'in'mon yj;,for-:fifteen'yearsi stipulated I thousand' Ave hundred dollars;' hu. t *' ]

Or Orders from the country will be promptIj twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thir- who were entitled to reservations of land under ins the fourth arlicleiof the' treaty'of : 'F permaneht {annuitystipulated',in >the' t ?;

filled at the lowest prices. ty-seven five hundred dollars; the Chickasaw treaty of eighteen hundred and fourth January, eighteen hundred and forty I fourth'article. of.th. treaty of.tb.e,1wem1-f1ia\b. c '.iI t

lurch U 1848. ly For limited annuity,for twenty-five years, in thirty-four, land which were sold, and t1 e;money five, three thousand.dollars, ** August, eighteen hundred'and-tireaty t jaft/no' !V

money, stipulated in the fourth article of the paid into the hands,of the,Chickasaw,agent For,agriculturul implements for five years thousand dollars; ..&# { wt JCI f ..

WBL S. LAWTON, treaty of fourth October eighteen hundredand in pursuance of said treaty and never accounted stipulated''in the'serenthnarticlerof.the treatyof To the QrttoTc'as'and Chippeaidf.r :- JIU{ l 0.

forty-two, twelve thousand five hundred for., two thousand dollars;, fourths January,'elghtecn- 'and fort,- ,For 1iiriit .'annu t1-fortirent11e: ;fpU l

FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, dollars; :For amount to.make good the interest on investments Lye, one.thousand dollars.Td .- '''' lated in they fourth'article'bf the treaty oftywghihMarch j'i

j Charleston, S. C. 'For limited annuity for twenty-five,years, in in State stocks for the Chickasaw, *: \\'the lomaf..For :- ghteenh:bandiedand'

ItrtRtNcrs-E. G. Jaudon, Esq., near Jock goods, stipulated in the fourth article of the Indians, not yet paid by the.States, to be reim-j; one year' interest on.One hundred and six..thirty,thousand do11anli'i v.. t.! t1rel'i

IOu le E. F.; Go,. C. J. McDonald, Ga; C. treaty of fourth October,eighteen'nundred burled out of the interest when collected,.sixteen -: fiCf semen h US a:1iv 1ti ndred'dolari't be r For iht rest 1a b paid annually otW

lemon, Egg, Charleston, 8, C,{ Hon, F,D, fort .two, ten thousand five hundred dollars; thousand. two hundred dollars.To invested javfive per-icentumj; stipulated:l n'the'aecondarticle did:th Wi1 fdoDus'as1 hJm'tibn ity;o'Ml' r.

Bocce,Charleston fl,C, For support of' two blacksmiths' shop, including the Che1&iel. : :of thejtreaty of niaefeeath'Octpbef -' of SenateytwelTe thousand dollarsd; t r

fly 19, 1848 if pay of smiths and assistants,and'fur For four blacksmiths'sad'.assistants stipulated '' i ht Cjl'hiir1dri1 and;t1iirt'ywghiseven'thousand'eight For education for wen ./anddttrinrthe b
# nishing iron and steel, stipulated in the fourth in the' fourth article of the treaty of fourteenth ;h i1 rid 1 and"seventy-fiTe, ''dol-- pleasure'of'Cons'rstrptrlatedP i in'the

article of the treaty of fourth. October, eighteen February, eighteen hundred .thirty- Al1'WJ.' .,-jWi' .-- ;;".'" .fourth'article, of the treaty of;-twenty-el&ith' r
CLARK & LAWSON, hundred and forty-twotwo thousand dollars ; 'three, three thousand three hundred and sixty _. ;. ttu AIWWiIfHJOI.otnt.- Marth Eighteen ;'hundrcd-aild-thirty-tixj five' I
FACTORS AND CrgygKAL COMMISSION MiR, For support of two farmers, stipulated in1 the, dollars. ; -,For limited annwty'Por'nineteen yeafa"stipa- 'thousanddolfirsV J 'If.f. T
teas, Savannah, Georgia tender their servif fourth article of the treaty of fourth October, For iron and steel r shops.. one thousand. and lated jn-the fourth article'of the treaty' of twehtyfourth -. "*FOT taissions for twenty Jr eari-and 'durhi. '

Jo planters and others, and solicit consign-. eighteen hundred iand forty-two,one thousand eighty dollars '1J 'f Oct
Port on cotton, and'all other kinds of country; dollars For wagoner,ds tl ;elated in 'the'fourth '.two, ,.fire t'od'ilo: :,1.. !Yt.1'IK." *>*' fourur 1ic1iorthtf.trtat; '?of'twentyeighth3Iarch :

Mace. They are agents for the celebrated, For pay of two .carpenters, stipulated in the article of the treaty "of fourteenth':February, : ,' .'4k'J'ili1K1 5"- "t' 'ht'e n"httDdnd"'ailCo't"w.mJ.uieoJ'' .
Ponh Mills, of Cass county, from whom they (ourlh.artwle' of the treaty of fourth October, eighteen hundred 'and thirty-three; hundred I 'fd r ,;V ierftrt joii twojhaiiaredJaiJu-- .thousnLdoItiia; --'a-/4-T-. "i iojvrite j. ,tii t

Re weekly supplied with Flour, b."oUlld 'eighteen'hundred andJ t rt1-twoo twelve hundred dollars; "',"; i dbi2;;at five 'perwntummHlieubf; fc-- For',vaccine. .' 'matter-'mediciftes; ad. pair ofphysiaan M.

*M.{qual to Northern flour. They also keep; 'dollars; For,wheelwrighVitipiulated: in tins fourth.ar 'vestmentr' second' amide of: the treaty of stipulated'ii1..thi.fourth artkle of l

aqd .eoZUt4 tl,,,. osnaburgs and yarns For support of,.schools ,stipulated ,in the ticle of :tEe .treaty'of fourteenth.'ebruary'eighteen" fourteenth1. Januiarr'sV1eighteea.',hundred."and the treaty rbf'tweet '-Ma' eipw A. t \1.

hOthe Etto4t0A. CaTt>'i,b.. P1aR and fourth article of the treaty, of fourth October hundred dtJilrt.thr. ", "i. ..hundrw'dollars. .,. '.lort1.IUY'teD,; ;' hbnsanaflollar'p hundretf'sad'ttliirtythryhundrs; 5loi. ; 4t :
Adar thanaand V '> "* -J # b 't .: a maaafactories which they sell at eighteen'hundred and forty-two)two t 1ethe11 iu: lars Tr" H'.1FJrp .
f)1D&J1 P ri dollars ; t ,r 'To the Creeks J rl fs'} t For ;;' i" 'ctiptlate*' in'ihefpurth'artide'of -. hueOf'prbvisions* tYeiitlr' '' :fI

iisrch 11 uJ. eel.3m For purchase:of proTiuons and tobacco, stipulated For .permanent'annuity.stipulated'' r \1. .the treaty of'.tWenty-thlrd Ooberl Btipulutetlin the fourti article of the ill

1; in the fourth article of the ,treaty of fourth artide of the treaty of serenth. August eighteen hundred,. and twenty 4ii., twenJU tiventy.esglit6.:MarcT 'felgnteea-; dred F 1d't l. :

CHILD BIRTH. fourth October, eighteen ,hundred and forty- seventeen. 'hundred"and niD. ; one.the ii i.4 >
"A TAtUiBLE SCIENTIFIC WOR II two two thousand dollars; 'five hundred' dollarsT',,; v'\\ *. '. ">r '' ?** J .I:: For*blacksmith'land assistant- ,' "I..ft ulated b. ". tibasand'fiselciiidredr=bf lfo.baccfor .- I''1'

l1. the 'upon'l : For payment in.money to.the.Chippewas,of For:;permanent aantuty', stipulated.. in"theecorid .i the fifth article ftht, '. :OctoDer.lSy twenty yeaw r stipulated :
'' rob J act of Gestation and Chi1 irthl stipulated ,in the third article article of the of sixteeath'Juhe,1 teex'hundred net '' -r"-1-- J arficle of:the''treaty-o':twenty ghthf'eighteen w
Lake Superior, treaty ,..,agateea/seTexnunorea... .., .
awllM lAte of Paris just '". ., .-.-. { 1 t
sad author.> i-M'D, ef the treaty-of the'second August, eighteen eighteen hundred, and two, thjee.thousandd01.larsj' ; Jn jweliy'dov ; an' "'' '- 'II, nundred and tairty&xVfif* h i ;

'.Tli .by the I hundred and'forty-seven; seventeen thousand ""tk ._ ;:* / ;;- For iron and ttei"f r"shop-r.-;two'hundred' aid '.BjufgVTf'li.Viw.M.', ta{ itqite_. ,.rf-i, t"tU+(' t .
: work contain Information upon iubjectaeto i. ',*wl' J.J.t 3W w rxiUr.j line Jiundr t1" .oCt : ftitl
1 1i i dollars; For permanent annuity dated in the tfc tiollattir For. tor .i 'i '1 :
*.1*tl e..e 61&" 1mporamce to married'person t [ For payment in money to. the Chippewas of foarth article, of the treaty 'l For one theuaaadr pads:of"'tobaecjAousaadvjwUnds'bfiron,1 tie4 years h ";'6tipHiUtediart&e: ;fourth--artM'::4t the' S i .

"fud ctemplatipr marriage. It will be Mississippi, stipulated in the third article of January.. ,'.eighteen1"hundred'. enwtyi9yu-rtxf f nd ODe thousand treaty:of twent-ta;Marc pt Jatiai f fi
I sFeci those whose ; .p' ..! j i '
nllJB to mean ; u.rftifi'hU ct '
the treaty, of the second Of August eighteen t ftht'thonsan dollars; ; "I .pounds"steeVstipulatediJ.: thefburtVartido; fdreds>idirby, deldatii. ; f '
"Mi tir other C circumstance go not permit .1-!-thifd* \' !) ror! tinilyd.Ifi4 1it. ,
thousand 11
niipu h' t'o went doyen t.t .fl
tltm to hundred and' forty-serenf1-seventeen for limited annuity'for of ... 1..e 1
J increase the number'of their'familyl dollars; lated" in the'eighth'article'of the V"treatybftwentyfourth hJuiidred'7d'i4 enty.ai4 seven' LtdyandSE1b'CtyL2 '1 ->'istrWA,J';.f'the' .f1., I' '

hips, .put IpGOnTJ1 eDe, suffering, or per' : .For,limited annuity,for fortyrsix years,to.bepaid I : March,;ei iuhwtIr. aa'daiirtytwo !T t,,dQ1larS',.. .. '... ,, : 'Il fh l ei6tw'ei "''itd'. ..t.Ma I II .
of life 4 method of avoid !hese "> 1:' t :'! n. i9 := l fO t 1
>A, : aiaTlrt i huio
of Mississippi,stipulatedin thousanddollars otiniUer 1eu T : r riN
t'0Sa : to the Chippewas : ; ten ; f.- 'i' '. ; or-pa, : ; bfgaasathy'rt Pu-r r
and dangers at wil1recentJ14i8COT,' the third article'of.the treaty .of'the-secondAugustj'eighteen "*/Forth. and assistant J and)of shop ,Wed in.the/fifth article1(the treatr ofslxOctoberwd ; F i..t1if f'i7I3GiSiii14i3 Atl"s' l
&. ,rated French physician J fully! .' > Knnd iri'A1eiffhtei' "u "ted'in'ths'wveath'article omw'triply of 4a+ rilta
c and forty seven, one an d tools;stipuli in the eta Jith'1" of,tte n' > i
SSS?ii aid In the work that r 0 "'j ', # .\i I i.
; so any person"lTaVJkunself'of thousand dollars. <* -* treaty::of tweaty-fourth January,taglitflesi hundred bun do ,, V 3 ';;.Ml1.1 sfi "1V ta. ;ty "g; 4 ei hterarltiiieit. j i
f it at once. --Th means Jtdiaar. -and" twenty-six.'eight hundred and forty ?,'1or plee'.bdrbd and+ btisbe3 1' t.1tf alx I ': txo"Tthcasaad"'I oil 'Iimtd=ed:a'aj'idsd. + t )
i: lperattre11 nothing, and are.within the i'' lib'1M Pi1lqer -lItztul oj Chippewa ,dollars'3* w tr s'' n.'i';'VviUAACIVUkJ 1 i"itUtkdm ie31itthj bfthi treat o i :Firs' ..WHrw.t 'jf-J D torirttnaad'sleeltdriih .J-f: '
of all, The new, aafeinialU] *wiimited' annuity in pobtogtof years o.-hJ't1.. fy ',tol1 ..Jhttirii. I
prooeuu ; Pbr', i'o n;and i to r.-a1t')1.iw.r !iittbActober ei htein'hh idcdi': e ; t
in the fourth artide otto.jgthefirst'of ,. r
I 'eateat, simple and cannot+ injure ,thee stipulated }1. ..11.l.'J. :'b r. 4 iolatf O. aiztydoUaratf: : J' ;. : 'I
: l Keen 'ands irrett
of" most deli Nor does it cur' Ali t.'et'ht:hundred Jd;forty :,,. .. dollait# .j-eisutAnts.v 'IFor' .J t t 'r iir.t bt..:': lo di Ot ttu.l.,6i tip i
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two Ffl
\1 udsixhundred'dollara;' : blicksmitlis.'an. .ai&i' ,; neatic/... am mil '
tbo '
th ) -
oaial in the least, ; t :1. ;
priTelego : "feU i ?articte6lMarch
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for : :
"1IIIa'.rll..iU'be tent, in E .For purchase:'of .;hUDdredI beaT rtrapl twenty jear il9t U ; I
nt Ik
; isourtb 'n dAllaars elghteoihumdredin'dhundred t i w
thIrt 1. tWM Etuidrecrand"ti
in the rt1 of rho
of the iTO
at. to as stipulated in the fourth article of C 't? & ;y .f. ,
sbrg1aJetter poat.age. & ,
menEs'za'm0aj &sm r-Uf J"fj
. tf" eii.Da fortya Marc) ttaD,ht>;p' aD thJi Fofthe li Of I
ra.-'IIII QIte4 Beater for$1'aea.ti Pelt the first of August, tko d i; ;sdp6latediathe ', For iron aad'steelf *ah' ego Ji- J
J 1 t ao > .1-tti.p!. ff1
1L M.WEISSELIIOFFs Box 07 1 0 -Jie" e4onehonaauddolldrtr J :-- : i ..J: r t m. 'i.tt :.4sta.% 1 Ih..t; -
:p ; i.,. / Niveniher eight, J11 ,
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ikC1t1 iL'FOr of. $TeportbwestftIPalate&lathe ; n% .r j j't ', '
: CopJnP&8fJCUftd. :Bo 1 purchase ,- .t' Q" tll- ,ft t "ef'thousats< dt ('in"t iiirs I
to hell this welsh.u fo";'.article of ta& eatrof.the For'iX6attiuteteeVfa, {. kc P ,.j 4 J"" ; j.: 'iJ. < oL+1,3taTti.f.t[ ity:1Zl ttt fUiiJYiidr< 1r "t 'Ee.
,, hundred *iod. fertyw ftvx4o11aa. '... ."' ..-- I rrs=di '> t.10.- .wp
& ftist "
au> .August. eighteen .. 1" : rT..ti5n. "hth't'
ai ... __ _ _. sales.-' .." *- ;;v- *"'j L, :' "Foi .t teat t : QI o'n'dtb01..dq.iti A' <' 4 '1 he 4oJfQ4, J a ,. li nt. I
P the 'leasiato'olaced '1.1"t 4. (, r: f1.1) 'II.I.. I
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m DIaEST of 'the'.wl'; T'- c i"t1. .
in the t\h;;"i Old hVVV k0" ; , ,,-
,YIol4QL, } !'ora1'b1 _'... 't" nJoT permanent Di t1\.ipW.teiJ IDtlb ,r.PlJ : ; : \ 'rt M
i'ITi1l W: ,, : ..uA:1)L..JUD. tlerthutuleoitlietteat. f, W**of,?-- third w *f* ,.August<* ** ,OTj J .attll.",:>; ; 31't.; ". ''. ''''', ,. ;.',' ,mu... t tf.tl ..1 I .( L ; J. I i Ii I!

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; $ rin''hQnaaud ouenndr4t. ,"e. tdoU. ra,, .iron an- -o huedForiayof'farrnerdOrIng WlO. 1'du. : ." ''t/J-IF. mt-t o mwiss : .' .
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"d' ataD Jierwis ppropriatedrsuia ,equal to fifty New.Jlb"-OI ,
It.J r" .fi' c11thith. ; : ng : -
:. P "l 01l.r Bee ona.o aama.set. twenty dollars; 4' svf -- i f. ., .. .
ipirtb ; >f* id June' r '- h the pleasure ofthePrwidentstipulated 'l.aure''of.. the President{stipulated in the three dollars and thirty-three',cents for each '-&I,-08. .. ,,.t."d I .,. .'
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-.4. .j \ IDdl dn ascertained aforesaid and that f' '" .., "
fourth-article treaty-of .
1 'in the third article of : tentiethJuiy1
dreOn4tL0.fSen1t4 '
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. GL Dietethftnaryeigbt 'i. treaty of eighteenth, May,'.eighteen hundred eighteen hundred andthirty-one,eight hundred cause to be paid to every such individual, or .Jqait ?Ao } ;
'trJJ ; andfrtdol1 rs$."* ** "'** x -fc hiior her legjil representative,'interest at the 8 outheni8tga.l We,
hu&i4 <..thirtyeigk .. 'f.1U41 and thirty-three,six hundred dollars. ? aTa't''l':
L ;; biindre y.oflare". '' zTa:tke riz'Natiu'/NIfIJ.Fork.'c: For iron and steel for shoptw9: hundred. _._.._and_ 'rate ofipe-cent.Per: annum on' such per comment upon either of these weitj J SS*I*
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,,lor UmUed annuityxf0rhtw.eatyyeanj" ,; 8tipu1 o ;p.ermaDent annuitystipulatedJn the, tt !': f2V \ capita from the aid twentythlrd day of May;' but.respectfully irk,upon '
: iAi 'J :l.J _.: eightetoliundttdanil thirty-six to the time,of Wmtfot
. U. toted &a tke,seoon4ztie1epfih treaty of.eleynthJanuary -.. sixth article! ,of the treaty of efcventh'Noven* : { A gIaatuieth. '
.r i g1t4een1n4iuI .i1f't. ;,. lrt',. bert.evente nr.huBdred.and-ninety.'avfourthousand .4For.pernant: *annuity-tipttlaM Jn the, the,passage of this act.:and continue annually, neljfgJ !'

&_ ,e. twenty thousand dollars? J vF ,-* *s .five,hundred,dollars1? 'I fqurth-articlO of/.the'.treaty, twenty-ninih:. r" thereafter ffl paymenV*'>t totcrest'at th. rate action upon the bJect"'tIa'.Ifi.i ision. 1

t f _, rj!support of tM-o:;,l> eait1hhieni -. t" 1,11&ftfR; 7scarorai..- L ."v, '1 September, eighteen' hundred.ana seventeen, ,, aforesaid.. : tth.o- {. .J! We trustaswillte'duV.t .. !' ..," :
three I fivehuuded.do11a4.t't .SEC. 5.: .4*. te it Ati.tM"t4 .That whenever ;
.fFl for,.twenty: yieaw, stipulated la'the'seci, For proportionate share of.the fund for, ; 1 rs toth_ hond ;.o ,
:-r end article of the treaty of elevenkThn iyrf ; thouswdL'dollars due to the emigrant Tuscaroras. -, ,WrIpermanen'{annnltyr8tiputaled. in- the. ;1ie fter u1.hadhidnalt orfindmduabof ".

; ighteen hundred and thirty-nine,'.two, thousand; .as provided in the fourteenth article pf th. i J fourtkartlcle- of the treaty O5CYeflteeptk.SS. said Cherokee Indians/shalLdeare to r move a .ot the .whole.South., : \. Ifi

'AfiJ! doUaii, -, '. : treaty.with the Six Nations of wYork, Gt a f-i ruLer, eighleen'hundred: .and< eighteen,:, .five. and join the:tribe west of the Mississippi then Ifa

r For pay G f .two millers for.fifteen years r and teenth January, eighteen hundred and thirty'j hundred ;dqllas ,l.. the Secretary War'shaU, be authorized to S: Re.alteCt'e EI *

: two? assistants lor eleven.years,stipulated'the eighteighty-eight dollars; ro.f. .>'* : : "EO .; JCOT b1aszi4t1, find.
. second: article of the treaty of eleventVJaaua to James Cusick as stipulated: pleaiittre' -:. ;Ode ,Ieai&entstippiated.. '. zn.the' the sum' otilfty-three'dollara and:::thirty-three following* the result of tit' ; I

,. ;.f: ry eighteen hundred.and thirty-nine, one in.ForJIJlDent.appended the treaty with tu fourth f.\the treaty.oftrenty.eighth.' c ent and'the.interest due and unpaid thereon, ti alelectioni .' t

t). thousandsix hundred and fifty dollars; Six Nations of New York, of fifteenth January,' Pebruy.eihteenLhIn1dred-, $$,, th7oie' and'app1t'th; game' or.,Buch'part thereof v.Y" .,"',. .- .", : ." b.. i

.f.f F.cr: erection uf mills, as, stipulated' ,the eighteen hundred-and.ithirty-eight ;one hun. eight hundred' doU; l'l ".;-J: '! -" r"fi-t. shall be'necessary!to':the 'removal and subsistence 'T.ntO, .. -.. : 1f %

1 -r econdrticle., of the treaty! of the eleventh:; dred and,twenty-five dollars. ('F", ''. .jP oiron&J'd.steslorihopstwohindredand, ] of'swh*:individual.individual- Maine .. ..", -. ." '.; .' ,. A. 1:

January,' eighteen hundred and .thirty-nine; : t.* .1Tq the &ecxc4iNe1V:,York. IS .twenty.dpllars; .M .v :> ,, ,"p',* Vv j pay therein d r,- .if any, ,or the'whole, if the Newllam hire I.._ F ". '-,.)t.t .

:.1;1 four thousand! one hundred and fifty d la1'S.- For permanent annuity j in1 lieu;,of..Interest "For pay spf mille"rj i ;during the pleasure: fthem Indians or any of them shall prefer,to re.. Vermontrahutett" :1\ .' t'.. ; ,_.,It l
si4.1 inA l themselves to' I1ichlndi'flduaJa ,heads M : ;.J.:/ ; .:J "
.> Tf MPW<.f ml. and.stock,per act of nineteenth February.eighteen p utt '' : ove or : 121 ": ,:
:1 FortJermaaent,.annuity stipulated .ia..thefcurth'rtiele I 1 hundreAand thirty-one jdx thousand dollars treaty of twent4gbth 'ebruar'eig1iteex4Un. of families-upon'their removal west of the Mis* Bhode Island,. '/ f ;t a'.u. .......g.'ri S '
t dred and thirty!njBj' hundred, ,dollar. .. s JPif1 Provided .That the'' amount herein Connecticut }'J Fas
I f .or-the treaty of third August. .v'tc >) ?:4-& "n.2'0 i ,
: : seventeen hundred and ninety-five five hundred For interest, in lieu investment, on ..ennt.fiye .".. the;WY4ml, .0..1"- i.< 'required to> b. 'fund d f for the benefit)of thesaid NewiYork. ,'!; ",3' ". ; t ro asI

i w4 dollars I thousand dollars at five per centum, per For permanent .$ ,' stipu1ated11u.; the I 'Chtrotees in"North'!Carolina, and the;.amounfrrequired ,New,Jersey.Pennsylvania., ; ,,..7, 'Jt. ;: .. ., W'J.
: ; eighteen hundred and third',articl. to be paid them shall be charged .. .t,. '. t
tf For.'permanent annuity, stipulated m. the act twenty-seventh Jnne -theVtreaty of:.eeyenteenth S -. 2 a. ..'S
third article I of the treaty;of thirtieth ,Decembereighteen forty-six,three thousand seven hundred and.fit March, eighteen hundred and forty-two seventeen to the'geDeral Cherokee fund.under, the D elawar / J" .' *'*&&.

:J.1 i hundred and five, three hundred ty dollars. ? uti ";, dollars. : :To -Yanrton and Santu Sioux. ,.v- For blacksmith:and.assistant, .stipulated in therefrom.. \r Virginia; --''" ''' 4 *k. ttt, S
For blacksmith and' assistant during the the. 'Stc.:': And 'be. it 'enacted-:Thai the Nonhe&ron-" J t
'! -f.; To the Paxnee eighth i article of the treaty; eyentetnth further i 1tl :'i'A
1 ::". For* Agricultural Implements five years pleasure the President stipulated in( the March eighteen hundred.and.fortytwoseven Secretary of-War be,:and he is hereby,authori.' a-ii OQlaro tiri M -.- t--nr n_n. I." -- ""t .

.i fJ and during the pleasure of the President,stipulated fourth article of the ,treatyjof fifteenth hUiKired nundred and twenty dollars;. '<,' .* zed to appoint commissioner to issue the"cer Georgia .' r ioi X j :ii\ J

: lIr : in the fourth article of the treaty ninth. eighteen hundred and thirty, seven, I For iron and steel for-shop, two hundred and tificates" contemplated in'
t(. October, eighteen'.hundred and thirty-three and twenty dollars; : twenty dollars; 1 that department'to'General William B.Mitchell -. Mississippi,. ,. : ')T'ri'
1.: twp thousand dollars. For iron and steel for shop,two hundredand, For educatio,;stipulated in the fourth article -! dated ,April thirtieth,', eighteen 'hundred Missouri, ". _.

c:'.! yt To the Pottattatomes,
t. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the. I For agricultural implements,during the' fleasura hundred and wo.fi", hundred dol- zeD against the Ottowas,.'Chippewas, and Pot- Arkansas, 3'"fi.t.

econd: article of the treaty of the seventeenth of the President, stipulated in the fourth lars.' .. t, tI tawatomiesj;and the Pottawatomies of Indiana,I Tennessee, ., 13''t. : '. ._"." (
r.., November, .eighteen hundred and seven, four article of the treaty of fifteenth'July eighteen To the Weas. and the sum of two thousand dollars .is hereby Kentucky., i.' .'; i (.I 11.1; i );: -

thUndred: dollars.,. hundred and thirty, four hundred dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the appropriated for that purpose. OhlOy w :, .,.._..._ :
. ; To the Pottanatomes.. Sioux Mississippi. fifth article Of the treaty of second October ROBT. C. WINTHROP, Michigan,. : "!.'23 c.. It
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For blacksmith and .assistant during the thousanddollars. 1: '' ;
For in the eighteen hundred and eighteen,three Speaker of the House of Representatives. Indiana. .
permanent annuity stipulated .. .
J pleasure of the President stipulated in .the .S ,
G. M. DALLAS. Illinois S ,
ilbf : article of the of third August, .' I : rt ,1/ .
fourth treaty ...
fourth. article of the fifteenth, "
'w!. smnteen:'hundred and ninety-five one'thou- treaty pf July.aridforty To the Wvuabagoes. $< ,. Vice President bfthe United States and Florid& \ I.t.: I.'V ",
eighteen hundred and thirtyeight hundred President of the Senate. Wisconsin .J ,
:; Ana dollars''j' For limited annuity for thirty years, stipu. 'v II
. .J' -Tor in the dollars ,. lated in the second article of ; Approved July Iowa. : ; .. 4 4
: permanent annuity, stipulated For iron and steel for shop two hundred andtweuty ( the treaty offirst 29,1848.JAMES .' .. ; : ,....6.
1' 1 third article pf the treaty of thirtieth Sept em.n..j dollars ,August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine,: K. POLK. Tekw, : ." '4.
: ;
and five hundred .1'It
eigu'teen nine ...agricultural .implements during the eighteen thousand dollars; -=. :- .

.:/c ( dollars: pleas'.1re.of, the President, stipulated, in the For limited annuity for twenty-seven*years, THE: : 'NEWS 163 ',, ,. ,127.. 1\ 1

.! : For permanent annuity, supmaieum in the .fourth article of the treaty'of fifteenth July stipulated in the third article of the treaty of. New York, Pennsylvania adLog 4
;t third artiel of the of second October _
treaty fifteenth
hindreddollars September, eighteen hundred and I
eighteen [hundred and thirty.seven JACKSONVILLE NOVEBMEI(2l,848. which voted for Polk in 1844 I
L ; ighteett''hundred1 and two thousand voted for Ttykr S
thirty-two, ten thousand. dollars;' _.' ,
h '
.u;!. Ire hanireddollars; For interest; on three hundredthousanil.' dollars For the purchas otfifty barrels of salt, for in 1848. ;Ohio voted for Clay .in. 1SUsnthj ,

4 For permanent annuity stipulated in the second thirty years stipulated in the second article of Casainl848. J. ;
'' at five per centum, stipulated in the second .. ,. ? .
article of the treaty of twentieth September f
t 1i; I article of the treaty oftwenty-ninth September, the treatyof first August, eighteen hundred There is no longer any doubt..that Cu.W
eighteen hundred and twenty-eight two
twenty-nine two hundred and dollars
eighteen hundred and fifteen ; 1
thirty-seven carried
Virginia by a of
thousand betwnsftttf
) dollars For the .
thousand dollars purchase three thousand pounds .
f'1: For life annuity, to, chiefs,.stipulated in the For limited annuity;. for of tobacco for thirty years, 'stipulated in the' S and two, thousand. t..
twenty stipulated
J o.k.: second article of the treaty of twentieth September in the second article of the treaty years of, twen ..second article of the'treaty' 'of' first August,, -:- --- ._ : In New'Hampsbire .thertJw! bma.a'DtM''

2 7 i. eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, ty-ninth September, eighteen hundred, andthirtY eighteen hundred and twenty. nine, three hundred ; Florida flection. cratic gain of"over 1500, since the Mirt t
; huftdrea dollars '
; r ana .
; and dollars :
fifty We obtain <
.thousand dollras ; a4ditional.returns from:
r.en, : I i tion'tor Governor. .l
.; r For permanent annuity, stipulated in the For purchase of medicines implements For the purchase of one thousand five hundred .' \ S
":;-t second article of the treaty oftwenty-ninth and.stock agricultural of farmers 'pounds of tobacco for twenty-seven years, the_ Sentinel_ oftbe 21st,. but we apprehend In:.Maint.the plurality! of Can over Tijft
support physician
; -
cr."j July,thousand eighteen dollars'.hundred ,and t1f nty.nine, .sixteen and blacksmith, for.twenty years,stipulated .; stipulated In the 'fifth7 article of the treaty of they ,cannot be implicitly relied I abot4bop. '. _-. J'" *lIi ,J,
; '
; .in. he second article of treaty of twenty fifteenth .September,' : hundred'and In Pennsylvania. the 'majori >itor I tTa1let
liaited'annuity for twenty years, stipulated ninth thiirty-twd/'one hundred and dol1ars upon, resting the most .of them'upon. .
t";; in th" third article ofthe treaty,of twentyrrixth -. septembereighteen hundred and thirty- l <" ., seventy-five. -- II over CasSjwill; about J4,000. r
seven, eight thousand 'two hundred and fifty ; mere'ramor. Its ms tbatTAYLOX'S J
; October, eighteen hundred and thirty- dollars :For thrie, blacksmiths(and' assistants forstipulated i-"* \ In New York, Taylor's plurality TtCWisstiinuitedat (
; twotwenty thousand dollars ; majority in ,the State..ill be about 4
-.rJ ; thirty j,! in the third ,
For of article oft e120O. &
purchase, provisions for twenty years, : 60,000. ACirceit
.:.jFpr.limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated 5-, .c
in the the treaty or-first August eighteen hundred I ,'
stipulated, second article of the ; -
treatyof -
,;; lathe third article of the treaty of twen- -. -
and wcnt-nin th I
twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred L two ussnd- one hundred. I : '" '" ; S Co art* / iv
i.1tieth October, eighteen hundred and thirty- : TAYLOR.. : CASS.
and '
fifteen thousand and thirty-seven, five_ thousand five hundred I sixty dollars: The Circuit C011rttCor'thia County freed A.' (
i"1 two, dollars Duval .
; Per 18borir and'oxenf 311 230 .
dollars :
: For ; thirty years; stipu. 5. its fall lession'in'JackMnTiDroalast Mos I
;' : v limited annuity for twenty years, stipuIate4 To the Sacs and Foxes ofJI1ss urL lat d in thd'third article of:-thetreaty.of first S t. Johns', ;I 13 13JColumbia ,

!C. ty-eixth ii September the second,article eighteen of the hundred treaty and of twen-thir- For interest in lieu. :;pf investment, on one August,, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, -. .284. -. 282 .JudgejHAWua presiding.. There;:ia bi
; three hundred and'sixty-fivedollars little business Cosnd'tothe
"J f. < -, fourteen.tho 11&1 nd dollars; hundred and fifty-seven thousand' four.hundred Tor 'for ; Jackson, ,257 maj...,,:" :" ., ,. r v ofiinportance-beforethe *' ,
; education,1
dollars, at five centun, stipulated in the twenty-seven stipu credit of the
.t For life to chiefs in the per .: years, a ioodpeople'oUhleau.iy'we
annuity. stipulated :
second article of Wed irithe fourth'article of the Gadsdeu -190-. :.: _. ...
.of.the treaty twenty-first October treaty of fiftee'hth ;

:J. third article of the.treaty twentieth October may add that)h -Grand Jury1 -ni.
,hundred and September, eighteen hundred and thir :f ebh/ '", l' ." 'tl
; eighteen hundred and four hundreddollars eighteen thirty-seven! seven 165 ; '
t. thrty-two, .. charged without : returned'a 1
.. *
thousand eight hundred and dollars. ty-two, dollarsW : }; ,
79 ". .
seventy Wakulla
. -
; I.
To the Sacs and Foxes l J1iss' ippi. For six: agriculturists, ""purchase 'oxen, ''i..' '." I indictment. .

.!ji :'For' life'annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the For permanent annuity, stipulated in the I ploughs and other implements,.ffor> twenty- Jefferson, : ;,.: =40m j.Franklm .. We have'heard the presidingJirtgeiifMjcomplimented : "

t::,. third article. of the treaty of twenty-sixth September ,third.article!of the.!treaty of.third November, seven years, stipulated in*the>fifth article of the ,,; -> -f,- :5 ".'-.. 11 u I 1 .I't
.eighteen hundred and thirty-three, ( treaty fifteenth September daiboun ;> I' --f ; '. for ;the ability and,eaugj 1 '
eighteen hundred and four, one thousand, dollars eighteen. hundredand -; ': 11Washington C
. : hundred ... .J. .. which :he has the iiiWle .
seven dollars b
; ; .' thirty-two;; two 'thousand five hundred .o ''H : '. ,' despatched
,if', .For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated i I ,Fpr.liniitedanuuityfor l4 J Cjt thirty' t H ,.stipulated -. dollars j; i'"H' .' .,. 106''' ... '101't he Court: % .-: J Io.t"t (

?; in the second (supplemental) article of : in thethjrd article of the treaty .of twen For pay'of two physicians twenty seven Escambia 227 : -', ) -'. .

:'H; treaty twenty-sixth'Septembereighteen hundred ty-first'September, eighteen' hundred and thir- years, stipulated in the fifth article the treaty Santa Rosa 204 -" ; 63 Patent Candlestick.,..*' <'; II I

it i'i and thirty-three, two thousand'dollars; Jty-two,.twenty thousand dollars; '. of fiftteenth 'Sept inbert,' eighteen hundredand Holmes, 'Iii'1 S '. :27 J, We call attention to the advertiseE l-a I .',.
: r., ': : For purch Se'orsnu, stipulated ihe third For blacksmith and'.assistant the thirty-two, four hundred dollars "i "S-1- "
during '
t" article of the of seventh \ .; Madison, "iq f inaj. 0Hamilton < column of Messrs. BXATTUC& C.bsgent I
r treaty June eighteen pleasure bf the President, stipulated in the For intereston ''one million, one' hundred .S f j i*
t f hundred and three,'one hundred. .and forty dollars fourth article of" the treaty fourth: August, thousand dollars at five per cent ni stipulated .1.; f.v l;:; -. ftj is'at present in this place for,wt P P* 1

q ; eighteen hundred and.twenty-four, eight hundred in the fourth'article VtheWeatLoffitNo- Nassau,. ,' .. "v 25 !.....L.. of disposing of the monopoly..of a newly,iamt- .
1r : :Forpurcbse 6f one hundred and sixty bushels and forty dollars;; ', Teinb r, eighteen hundred and" thirty-seven' Alachua 'c .\ '!: : ed candlestick. This contrinawftraffording ,
'p i ingenious
i of salt, >stipulated in the third article of the For iron and steel. for shop, two hundred. and fifty'rfive thousand. llar ;" 1' ', 1 '. 5vMarion .. ',. l'I

it'' treaty sixteenth October, eighteen hundred twenty- dollars; For interest.on'eig tY.-fiv. thousand"'dollars 'I ; 57>,:..; : '" "-. S cheap light 'make iU'owa eafljjfri?

; 4-"', and twenty-six. three. hundred. and twenty.dollar For gunsmith for thirty years, stipulated at five per centumstipulated in the fourth, Hillsboro', .." 78/;:. .. 0' ill and any refuse lard or tallow from- the- '..I L pL

t ?; the fourth .article! of,.the.treaty of ,twenty-first tide*of the treaty of Ihirtgenth October, eigh Lteenhundred Manroe '' 63..; ; : 86 i can be made serviceable for this pnp ef'T! '1
a; For,ed% cation,during the pleasure of ..Con-. and '.
-5 ; ; September: eighteen .hundred and '
foitMx2foij r thousand 'I
thirty-two, two Benton : *" think it would be highly useful to our dt1e!I .
''. .gieasstipilated in the third,article ot thetreai i six hundred dollars; hundred and.fifty dollars, 3 ; .-

f ;: -typf sixteenth. October, eighteen hundred and L For iron and steel for.*hop,two hundred and '. 'ForKirbriuarid steel for three. smiths' shops, Dade, .5 .- in the country, who.can thu without..a.y-r--5 .JJ
.ii. twenty-six two thousand dollars; 11a. six hundred and :' culty furnish themselves at moment Tidi
:twenty: ; slxty'dQlIan. : The Counties of Walton Levy Orange any
. '
1 '
For-blacksmith, and assistant t *
; stipulated in For blacksmith 8nda.wstant for thlrll1e'nrs ;Catantelndians. : I- "5. .1 ; > .- good.light. ifi 01

..third.article oUhe.treaty pf sixteenth October, stipulatedinthe fourih' Lrti le pf the treaty of I' For the removai'ofthVCaVwba tribe of In and 'St. Lucie, are yt ,be heard. S S:1 S >: .

eighteen hundred and twenty-six, seven hunk 'twet tY-p'. i Septeznbereighteen hundred andthirtytwo ''di now from which1 will Who.U t.- .t
1.J.J udred and dollars ns, within" t' iimi&of the Siateof ,. :slightly increase TAYLOR'S ,be .dapeit r. l' ,
I ; eight hundred:and dollars iI.
; North Carolina toih'e That
Indian": > somebody is to be most lgregl11t
iron and : country west of
I For si eel for shop,two hundred and ,For iron and steel ;.'shop,.'two hundred andtwentV the MlSl8SIPPI.mth th'e' 'cbriseitit'pf majority.
;twenty- .dollars dollars: undw the" said 'tribe' ken in by the election of Taylor, can be a5b-

.I 1-pr education during the pleasure of Congress For agricultural ,implements, during the '.U it d..St( direction s' Dl.of .the"' President" 'of' th* TUELEGILATVRfl.- ed by no one. What will be his course!'I-i ,
i. ; a; not five .
exceeding thou- .
s stipulated in the second article '
; of the
of the. '" '
pleasure President ;
stipulated jn.the sand dollars 1' r gard to the ilmoPovsoIa tIe UbeOT'
f J' > i ..treaty :of twentieth September, eighteen hun. .fourth article ,of the treaty,. of fo ythAuguzeighteen t, sum shall be.: Provided, No'portion .of ;ittis; .TbeLegis1athre: i' of, this- "State.- 'commences-,- its; d3 .,'
expended for the The 'Abolitionist
dred.and of removing'said session question. Northern
twenty-eight, two thousand hollars hundred andtwenty-four;. eight hundred IndULDS'until' purpose on Monday next As the.Whigs possess
iFor: payment in:money, in li t1.or two.thou.a and tvrenty-four eight d'do11&, the'President"shall 'majority in.that ,him aa the r' wnba, d'and. foot The
III" ; ;first obtain a home l them body and will have the eleUQnpfnear1ya1l -
:1. pounds of tobacco fifteen.hundred pounds For forty barrels pf salt,:'stipulated"in 'the L .tribwwest.of'. r: among some of the : lie.. ,? the organ,of the.. abolitionists. oi'Paniathusexulta I
of iron, and three hundred and,fifty pounds of fourtharticle of the treatyof: twentr-rst Sep! consent and without, eI;Mississippi riTer/with'" their .. "the.'State' officers. __< ., it isanim'pprtant : .-, -- "I -J: -- ,* ,, ,

steel stipulated in the second article of the trtaty'of 'tember;:-eighteen,hundred aria !thirty twptwohundred fc, *'ychareupoth cov"ernmentr rason. for those.'who'are,,'hankering'jm
> {> .
rh twentieth September eighteen hundred :"- "' ,0 .fort!the C !"In one point'of.view we regard tttjp ,
loaves and
dollars; ,., /,. SEC. 2.And1Je .fishes,;and wet may.expect
:. .. and twenty-eight and the tenth article of the ? ; it.furt"tnactJ1"T1: suit as a>ictory"-for our cause v Taykr
fJOI JAFpr.'forty kegs ofvjtobaccor.for. thirty 'y yeara) and"aflierthe'thirtieth-Jurie considerable. amusement from the:log-rolling i -
;eigKteen ; election tdthi solemn
! of fifth hundred hundred owe his
treaty > June eighteen and for oftrepeattjajlaration
_. stipulated in the,fourth articloof the of _'_** i .
I ty-six three hundred dollars; twenty-first September'eighteen hundred treaty and and.foythtxioimo. ey wbShave>been n or* :"a.2 ..nuuuigment: '. ,' of conflictbg, c1aimant&, ,' .The. of Iiia-lei4mg supporters' ;'at Ua.t 00._ .lt...

..,- For blacksmith and assistand,.stipulated in thirty-two six hundred dollars; may cation be appropriat the dfdr the purposes''of"edu- .!. t18eat-in"the Senate. .. ,of the..United'. ;States. ;" that.he'would'not veto the,'WilmotWithoutthese"assurance Pxov" .t'.,
3 ...ec nd.article of the treaty of twentieth among ).InOjantribes shall be' $ his tl e&i
Septemtvberj For,jnterest on 'two bundredthouiaud< dol- pended, ex will doubtless be the principal bone of.coxite in- .
eighteen hundred and talents
; and
hundred and,twenty dollars;. ,' article of the 'treaty of twenty-first Octo country ; PfOVidedTtthf1sh:: all : patience* Congress will be largely Whlg.snd'tit 1
'I 'For,iron and elt')1' not apP .KPPWJ>nationj'the;eiptiiditure 4>ftheTailahasseejunto. -Fiw'IdiagatiJUf' ff ofat least the PIaIIt i.
$ .OI\ two hundred and ber,eighteen hiwdred:,and. i.ofof
,. thirtynieven,, ten Which tu* j-i .; a--- J*. .
I .. be jt- } ; : ;: *
twenty doUarr,. : VStt Jte rea t 1.teyMm ed to'pmdt. .liorUltna-porUF; .
.v ihousanddpllaw;, j,.. ., \ under ion But there lsonejubjecttowbish; we trust .'1
;' A jFpr blacksmith 'and ..assistant stipulated .in V Porinterestpn.eight:hun'dredthousand'dollars ether'cf' President ul .tablishmeofe of .
!'t t;the Becondarticle the treaty xof ye1tlnlnthJul1 at five' pe/centnmV.stipulatedin: 'these-- ..thp ifnitedgutes' *or:i.t ofj'thftIndian, tribjes"rc 3q.pecITely. :. the itri. ,i1 ant1onofourIegislators. will be: :1 :IClu em.)Y1p! gLp4.thO '
eighteen hundred and twenty'-nine,. seven ctnd.article,of the, treaty'of eleventh. October l Ssc.3An/ t.h'h"t' i J tr. .. ,".:' f: :.qa1ed-a8ubjecttar. -dln' ,. importancethe.tiaming" sure as most..otthem<,doubtIeesvI, bI!! Mtr-
; hundred and twenty dollars t1J/Th officfthoiderai Northern Democrats enoughi to ecarf c
; 4 eighteen hundred and foiiy-two so l For iron and steel for chop, two hundred and d.dol't! .."' ": rty. jthon,.,, much ofthefirs; section the act entitled,"Ari difficult-task them sageandthen,t. a1J ; )J' -
> fA with others i
| replacing
.a lit
! Hg / ,ame 1a a l .tentitled. would
twentydollars. ,;, a.:7Uo J ,,' '; L '. 'Anact t P'roT idemi < Such. an act.on hia part. '
For.purchase of fifty..barrels,of altj stipulaytedin For- ;,permanent*f8 pt4'.''annuitystipijjated fKi.U'"fDnteS., \ the forthejeter?PTrfliUtion ,,t'tl.r de'nartii have eJCap !-observation" of ever I himi ie f great".oritjo.;,those !!'!.
; n '
"f the second article the.ireaty: of twe'niyniixtiii'July fourth" article ibfj e..treatyof'third ,"in"5:" tJridi aff dUtl d' ; to .iiij 'gf J iSo &that* 'a desperate_ effort'will :$ ted1an&uce t' ,ccm.MU .

t 1.1 (: ;, eighteen'hu'ndfed. ... andrtwelQtyr ,8eyeuteenhunaredand. ; hineti-fiTe;'.pie'tobuiFor Augu'dt; ; eulato" ra4!.and.JntercQurseth. ;'Uie J diaQ hof.il:1' e34e-Jjy _)*iCongr'- T.* r7f a ..de. iT- ,:i. which 'Would. .prove a.lesson. :tocians "_ 'Of"

.iunetfW9hundre4 and fifty .0 n ara.f.r e idd6llars; < -," ". '.'. .' : \ I d J rea l'e:p ?;en L fro .'!rst south of constitutional rights in. the'newly\. i in F'all*Urn>*.to-t coauet: A s 5', .5 ;' ._..
1 1 oreducationduring' the pleasure of CongrtfiV.stipulated apprcied.thirtyfour,.Tun thlltJeth elghteen.hul dre >' .5 ... ':.-_. ... /ft
a ;
i ent,,annuity, stipulated' t. In ..
jepa the ic
in. the fourth:art! !eotr the t'fourtH'article" of the 1reatlott"ent".l nt .mcrlor'otJi p p 'f" "?' PP .oy 53. iinaCerr.,,..--l.lVh. ,,t 'eJ". ." WbJg. otth t .,. .K4ft4J.itU. d4er..41aqi"If ".

: .. .trMjtyj'' ;iwentyffleventt, pctoberi to eighteen I :.tember,"t eighteen hundred\*and\ ti seventeen r 'J* Ij Sep"two 'March., ,.. .f thpdVeighteen'Lundrei,ancjrty.e eY; |5ufinav.ti. ".th.. e1ectnfTAvi.ocJaiu. ..." "'" ...I-' the New'York-Tribune who hujbEe'?

kI. .hnnired: and.: l- w, two thousand( l&i'8 t th u anctdollii ; ''-', -.. kMI.'I1, .'y-'I.J1.' ; en, as t" fdl tbe, 'j followfpg+ ; .9eds r!KAnd ih sUr ,ed s ar* aDt' T''um, .., ., h-' ;..t' "1 em. .l.,. dto : the' bUO1ID l
Congres : :
.Fpynt rest-on.six- hundred andi : r : erln. e .,gen j'ILIQ su.f.gent.l .I---.t *,,ezreeses
forty-three For purchase pf.aalt stipui-t in the article be. den insist .
1 the ; ;
oth .upon
t1 thousand dollars,at fire per centum, stipulated 'of the,treaty of aeyentbJuni eighieen' furniahedwlth' \cs,fWtj traflaactiojf f&ents in,"Mch'we dottbt not th pubUe. iCO .f"t
j in the Mventh article ofthetreatjoffiftJthieeighteen ... -" jnl..I.hundred. publiobusines,'and ue agenfaajd 1ii1.a adoption of the :Wibnot 'Proviso,\in relation tow *'"One : thVBo
thing5 we fJ"J
and.threeutj4oibire; j::; ; A : :
hundred and forty eix I -lthhpus tOf..th eirJesi Dc .th x N Ue'i (ilcl'Callioi ; IOat1OD of .hat
thirty-two "For blacksmith -d, assistant,during thepl'eal .,.r use : Beady literature wxiashionahliof lt J
'or'tJ'uU'l .
itedtSt '
.M ?t housan45M hundred. and fifty,dollars;. *,;ki sure of the PresidenV stipulated in "the fourtharticle tbIadlansle t'. i f":,' ''Wl.OabeQ" of V t r' olf i8 ; bi 1)Jt(:t ) day! M a' t.h.i in.iCl, '
i; jF tancXtipuwed in the P/TOJtte to l" f ?-' "#" -' ff"i -*"' < jr--z .j / 1
: *
sixtht"articleX0f htpor..JJTaTii ;
the 'fftfrnatfof s eventKNovember! sK- 'UQ IW d l"tl1, .a a "j 2. outhethL8omeollrsanuat.bC; did e'4 good sanp-aro. a l1pI.m111D
,,; rtaty P-f fiftLJunecightee D hundred teen. ':h''undred; !!:!, twenty.fiveVeJ eht hun'dred rl /.pr meetingajthougJa the gnat
thouMnd '" nay"v deem eifand'the which wcan vindicate our Jionor and 'I
,j krtjr..iix, ten dollars,. .,;.' ; an Jirori1dQna t pfOper. iame'is :tipon by d ere1lheCe1ritk"thige; : L-IS .
'' 1. ) '
"Uii fierebi.rete wtY1" & } &
& & j&m&t & '
):4'-J.c 4tlJfi. 1 1., ::4 For jion4iteeftotii r-1 siop'y/fiJ'vtfif.f.iip, 'u ,41M1 \r >irirjrjs. i -., 4i4 : floDt the po11dcalJ .1ID .
V : ljfJ\ 4 >
l Forlfmi tod annuify'for :1 .rff- $ e, l1tt tTttfl1cidCiudIngach it [ks; .t.
twenty yearsstipzIa. ,,dU i':; V. VH I i( gt mod.'b stable bU'itds'peilent.1M' .
r r T cr .JiW ,.
: J 's t.W ''f' Oar readers will have obeerved that mte .
; Lte&jaibo'fourtharticle of the..treaty of etghteeath .. I iW..li.!"* I 4iH UIW"Lt t.-.. and'f a.I .* .jt 1W. '" to the 'M_ >,' -, t "' waru- a..TeI" And-L."t1.X..

'>,"" My'treateea.. hundred..,. tnd thirty-threi* ,' ptea 1 'of thePreslbnt i'stiputAt'IurJJ)1:ftt1 Ul8 ):r"**"*:'!#}Hi*>* t ihd' ..ft '. t"d1beld'. h t.t'J"iiftr1y.iferydiitii I.. "" t;.. rj":, invasion wauni and .,4iUle Bore:--J.. J.
.tWO, ft> & doflss J'.i'.1, ; :, '_?: $$, 'fo111'th A1"ticle ot,. he tr Yr.oteitPhtJfX' 'h t ihember of 6vw'iam|. J.v.1'itr ::WA!.f 'o.lC011SU 1 tin. u' tie* and such like etlcaukua ot.1Ib fill .n
fple .
b :TJI.Z.KAli.tL.&" ; .fc" 6D A 1 [ ,11.fiftfii&Sft: .nation'of.Inb $l1 lhaT Ht i 't. "jl>t '" 11
-. .t* OIQ4wawOD4_ w.c. ; .t th 'dl : Ottl" wi"t I ;.. .SIle course to.bt.pUrsuedndbaTOa11bttht1 of oUr lower nature, oePt
j"t **" TV **t* $ 't 'offtle r 'j JileCl4tfee State of, orth'CsSolSi .... ,
, \ ti w :rtl \ :Ji. .h1 '6t.4' ..\a1-. 'T. :: J .i"\"I.t be burisd ou. faightlisp dU7MP-
:1b of Lc|ff ut D't;'vA7t elghte ft 5 h. ctnd' ".lM l te r,1r :W; t ra & ftMrtyetndwh .h 1< > \ > r.tt.til9 called upon, .their Legislature to:take 8O'stop; : ierood theoou1&4
f ff'S-St & ? (JiU
; B V w 'ii'- Ji
i'aL"f< .T J -BX-J--' -
'Md'tWftv-threeV' zi"th *"""* U l.t.1' .lL }.. fe < -- dt l ia ti' i1.t'
c1 ddBawV twenty dollars- 'f 4;\ t.. qn ca' ,henceforth tbeIrduxrc1.cOujW
l E' lq
; efltreTc5 l.,iiiti .r"fSti.\. 11 r.h:b e1' .ia ,.!. ee Let &hem.p i.J jv.



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II 1dfri111 .1 tetarttopOffl*. .' ,' ,' ". .o"l"fi .
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411t.a d. ;Dalples until tiey iaye' ,eoaI orth' ,UrleaD J 5-otUle2d 181t, O3xeeJf* ";-/ .:"f't::11me sad J-vt., *.i* *, '--? 'Tf' ,..".;,"1't-.d ..'.. ". ,.. -'.,.t: -''.' '' ., :I r-A-1\t.' ",", tn''rft.:,., ."" ; M 1f'. | i

crresideAt c II D01f in tJi, Mcond ****'of '.five d l>{bir curious.re e.: 1 i ir "JY J-' Mt.if" ." <..seI1".Iiltn.... ""'' .!. ... "",L U, 'e"''"'., c...!, -t, "'IV.. .. .. ;' :.'JA.. I.tt' [-' : tt',... "'" ." :'",, 'It}j''J'11.;,":. 1

fi-fp_'p* Whig So"papers v&tt1'teem different:wit.h opia-...ndCO dence following,- applied' 'to.afltbmeticaIoincj his own calculation ,?"' .. 'it.-rft'CJi""a, > tsTQP'f,:'P4,.or-1,Wit!':":'Cherr Ch'1 1'1tPJi1c1"-4 ,./1 I4J'i-. ,. <,b."'--u i"..,. h'1t. : .{., .t..i". "",.$;",'eoji.t., *..:-i.,-., ,''t.." -":'.:.';iT" "-< "It., I'

, the' dec ltl on the.result:of'tire: .1rejidential,. ;election 'cia Com;. ; '.df ,. ; t..tt{ .to i.i: '. '. .t. '' .'-: 'fi
AI .to ehoW Te&dU7 .. nd8a'ndi7 other componnls .i "-\ '1 .. ., .. j' t.
: : .-:: ? ;, ;HJ/1 tt. oJ' tI
in different eections. : u.- ;; to 1t1dc '; ; o-J. 4 '$; ". -.. .J' "- \ '.- "-.- '. -1'di
been practised r'.3T" .
i.r. 1 U" t oCt ) elODI.I. taIL37 '. .I,-43&1rU. M'tnUn.. 'lY .j*rtjs .-uIIIIIAI"' .. j".. j .
Hew is the rersioaofPwsctrtES Hey nombering the letters Bat cf such nostrums we know thitjt< U : ., t.. i ".Jfi -; te 8YGtotrnertT JfeH&VSttte <

ib.171d0U.doubUe Terr acceptable 0 the SOLtbI' the alphabet in the order!in'which they WISTA&'S BALSAM: i oF W cimBlY;, J, ....-.. .,.Ii "" .4 lr.,t' .. fft3k,_'.$. j

. .Wkill, ; stand,-nnd'applying:the.number* to the' ohO. 'U. -.perforas'tie" W Ui. em. nut .TX".y.HEEBAS highly A'afedtl, Tie-Autfasr t*:*fi pI&et.wt..jti Good tasb :i. 'O"ehI fA h I";: : r'' I.l. I.
T "
) :
letters A.bAe&1O"1'.i
1-Tke J
: "ad' HAVE TwTJauDnn7 composing of,Zachary deceive- '. you.: .-, ,_ ..; .o. .ea'7ea"bh t Jine Moid fetttle between tfce S.
'J princibie thebouadftty StaUsof
knoW whst Taylor he finds the addition of --L ) it. 4.1-0 .: !
is carious to ; those !ospitlaLa othcrbleugETherefore S
Th&genuIneignj,3jJ FKKda'
[ lectiOD. As. '. ': Alabam feaA rt e4conErmed )
ia the recent numbers 173. "f, i '; It 1s .1
triumphed proclaimeij KOnntr .
For sale tie r !made. ,
wholesale ,fcetwertirtspectit .
ADd there 15.pJI and retail .r: agreement
wt.4. by '
I is made directIJ to tIS te 3OdtN b flet c-.e i t
.ppeal By the same he finds zpartto ComalsiioticTS of the '
the said
wt about'eoAcea1menti ooaaected there- system, T. .0. HOLMES :SAnd (!,!: ; .' obserred?;'thr6dg jtttUie8tat' '"'&thyoIhtOod. IdboidayyaAeth Ia.! ti 't'

4.J it we had ever sought tG conceal our number applied to letters comprising < -J laeboiTili 'i j.>" Thanksgiriag and Praise to : mftslOIl A
idt-&l aidlL e1
eut&Jthe8ad !
opiaiona-we aASwer that the phrase "will be President also add .' .> ',. } .-. r Gift under hand and the '3; 5 ?
I party's great Real of "
our ;; been
"or rat&edjby the State bf ,
that haTe jU8tgmphe& ,by' druggUts,generally Uironghout the / : Alabama t etvI
: the :
principles State this 25 tk d
: .ndemud tJ1e 173- ; y October A.DJ 1S48
vs iu the follow- up United States., \v"1 ; denee: Whereof is:'filed in the offlrt of tht 5I$ It
embOdied :
too be those adopted bI the THE PROOF.- y 'c"25. 1 .' 5 .J : \} MOSELEF Cfownor-:.? cretaty of State.Of th ,fitite f nortdat: '4 : !.
unanimousll I 1f1
reIOluti, r A.LMAiitI6 reta i.f State. t .
iDI Conyel1tion of -being the ABCD EECG. fill .. Nor.ll. Jfow.I'J1iEftl'..; .I.Wlu..iD.. .l nLD.} l Th

(i g NstiOS&1 NA declaration of Whig principles 1 2 3 6 6 7 8910 A' 'C'l.'R""D. :.d. . ,, ,:.I : \: :-- ,. ," ,... .- of '" ,_-_..,.3fctTHUKfflU. T. OoernoroftheStste and ofY1orIdsIpaosjr I''
J '
West "" by.tirtue of th.thir Aotof
'' '. : t,
-riI. tea KL M NOP-QRS T .. L. 't [ tJ' Ii (...\ SMUT* Sale.ISHALlr .:: t-. the General Assembly,oTthis .. sfo ieaW' }
; }
Tkat these principles may ":c--; : ,' F' < 'i_
aBulved; well regulated 11 12 13 14- 151617 18 19 20 "'.oi. expos*to eale, in'front of the Court do.prthe line agre'ed pon by tie. t. :.

:, .med Currenclj up as comprisiag a Xaritf';for Renntle to detr&1 U VWXYZ' 1-, I. .-'. ,'r ..' ,.,' .}.-,,\r _"."..' ''g g (. : door of Braton tmt on the first.Monuy inissionersaforesidaaddefine4th, ; e:.! 1 I}

\I.tiDDIl ofthe GoTermnent 21 22 23 24 25: '26, .. ,. ;' : . ,inBeo5tnber,' within'legal tours : Actapproved' Jaanaiy5th, ,1845, 'thbI l. Jt
expenseS I 'J..Itl'1. "
neCessary Jr1.t
the : of sa between the ,
with special ret'ereAcetQ the -1 !. :aiefoHowing pttp-ertyi; to wit: -0nefcrty States 4fiC :j1te !
Z A C. H kRY-T ,AY : : "i' "-. "-. : ,thav.itthallbe
aDd Domestic Labor of the Coun- 'll',-'' 7" acre traetDof land;flying''in Township > :htncefbrthdeea'ed:and J. :
Pro. of the on ot the Proceeds from'the 26 13 8 1 18 25 20 l1A 25 I j4j .;i. .. :,, I j ',.'.,:,.J::';..,',.:,.,..d tiatyBsige aiiateeai'the South East .-by all authorities w'd people tf.dM. J. r
thaDistrib'1 I \
Land and a single term fort LOR .' Ii' .. R _. -,. ,.. ter trf the South East Qtlarter of Section thirty* aa the true and onlyboundftryrlineb4w *a ihi t .tSlt.
; sjs of the ; . JJ'" :' fife. Taken*in Execution w the prbperty States of Florida and I-1 mftt'to, .hi'ft&4 I
.. : !
ruddencj; a reform'of Executive Usurpa- 12 15 18 .\V ..;,- .'.'I, .' T:Jemkins liner.
Cyprian to satisfy. .thejChattahoochie .
$ such Administration of I' ;; : sundry execu* nmecng BITW.
1j03nd ijC Ill1 an shall to Total addition of these figures,,173. j. V ". tions issued frctt the'Circuit Court'in Benton near a place kownas, "Irwin'.'MilL". .L }
iftin of the Country as impart WILL j & : i;''' "-".FI '-.' in fatw ck-and runni ut f
BE PR.E others. .thetr
fie 1'j Countjy Qeerge g fct.
service the ., t J,
'et1 of the public weU greatestrvjTlffiaency 2.391212 25' 16185 ". ." S r .'J!"'':'.! : .,', .f' r.: H ": ct :N.M.MOODY-' :. .out by blazes on the treesj and also fey c1i 'I
controlled ,
by a re- 3
-.N <" ; :, r at. 'Bneriff B 'of earth. thrpWn .the .ha i [
pllCtic&ble .-". Y. mCDTtMdcJIce S.I D.E N T en tenCounty. upoa ; .a' "" J
gulLed aDd vise economy < ; '1'r NOT:1tth 1S18. 'JI'!. '. I t. -.r:." ces of one mile, more cr.Jeis,'froin easa: tfta :'
1 :
109 45 14 20 h "': { h" -
: and: y.kn01JDuthe 'McmhdJ eJ* I ,
f tke Journal of fymmrcc.WASHINGTON ': I : .; U' j
Total addition 173. or Elliott's Line? and by these
., MEDICAL: NOTICE names ditguished ffe !
Nov. 11. : '
This curious necromantic arithmetician ,. manotheilin abot%rtoming. '
': : : .1 .. .. t regularly different distances
the election week is (not
Already, before and then gives the following list of C : L' ,. .j .Dra .Baldwin. .&' Byrne,. One and a half miles)from theM 1d exceeding Iin&' lJ I

over, wc see speculations suggestion States which the calculation, will vote "N :. .jI HAVING associated themselTes in the prac- and marked by blazes only, and known al the il

as to the policy of the Tayloldmini8tration. : for Taylor, and finds that the additionof I : bf'Medicine, respectfully' tendertheir RUpperIane.or "Coffees .IJJl .":, .: :i- 1

Some of the Whig : their electoral votes amounts exactly 'l L -ser+ices tothe Public in the various In testimony whereof,I hate. hereto set tar,..: j. :
and the Union is delighted I .7'p' ; ;!; brucl1-of their profession this or'both hand and,:caused the. great* .1orth p1 I' .
urge the number of 173 which If
pers a career of folly and to magic ; wemay I I may at any time be consulted at the office (su H) State.to. Be.Bi .' Done at the .Ca p... ;ttel

J to anticipate restoration, of the bank therefore presume, in the present heretofore pied by: Dr.'Baldwin.'Jacksonnlle ', in the city.of.Td1hsseethis Zt 2

1 fanaticism unsettled state of the returns from the I October, :25th, 1848. day of.October,A D-1848. '",._.. j'w.
end the protective system, and of a cor- will I .DMSLEY lW i.
several States, prove the true number -* 1
of internal Tk,subscriber 'those who indebted A. E.,MAXtt4retaiy6f&atg. :.
and mad logrolling system requests are ::
rupt of electoral which will t
Taylor !
votes .c\ to him call and settle,their Nov.4, 1848. V 4" 1
to medical
improvement, and a crusade against .: _.., .
receive "' -
:;: bills, as the above arrangement renders it necessary .
institutions of the South. 1 .
the STATES WHICH WILL VOTE FOR TAYLOB. for him to close his old accounts. LIST ALETTEB5. :j..

bare no doubt there will be men in the Massachusetts, 12 North Carolina 11 < :" A. s. BALDWIN. Remaining inih'i: Post ofEee of JackaoaviDi ;i'

thirty-first Congressand there are those Rhode Oct. 28-1848. tf and which if not talteh out with* .1' I.
I Island 4 Louisiana 6 .
.: __ ': I ont1
-" in three
who would if $ be sent to tat Central
i in this Congross, they Connecticut, 4 Florida 3 :
Vermont To the .E fltcrprising.itI .. Strayea. or. Stole. : Post'office.An'drewDanid; r '
could, force such a system of measures. 6 Kentucky, 12 ". ( it .: :
House of in the New York 36 Tennessee 13 ESSRS. BEATTIE & CO, Proprietors of ; 'FECW,toy ;father7* tetable In '.this >. L ? 1 .
The Representatives New Jersey, 7 Georgia, 10 V 5 the celebrated DR UMMOND CANDLESTICK place on Wednesday night last'atiark I I A .Litingston: Joseph -.( t- :I :
will consist of
thirty-first Congress a Pennsylvania 26 Mississippi, 6 ; for the State of Florida, being now brown or black MARE'about fourteen : Jmdt'lohD. W..aMcQueen : \-1 tt t
l large majority of Whigs and Wilmot Delaware, 3 Wisconsin, 4 ready to supply purchasers of monopolies and a half hands high, about,fire years did,'well &bleMr. 191 ,: '_' 4 it

I proviso men ; but this will not be the Maryland, 8 with the article, offer for sale the complete monopoly and handsomely made,tail long and flowing,and Acker"James'Bush ldrs.hA.'J. of" .
with the Senate for three to Total, 173 of this and the adjoining counties. has slight blemish in her right eye.. She was, B- Murchee,'John. "- :

I case years It will be seen that this French prophet Our prices monopolies and also for.the. purchased about a week since from ?fr. Hand- Bl unt, Mr.Wm.rS James Mdrgah. -, Thomas. !
come. Candle Sticks, are uniform, and an active business kin of Madison 'County, in,'Midoft Florida, I Or I i4
Mr. Thaddeus Stevens, member elect who signs himself Un Mathematician -! man with a small capital, can clear from and if she is strayed will probably attempt to Bron,'Win. If.'H JD.2 ::" ;h.
1 "
(rom Pennsylvania, is pledged, it is Tayloritte, has so far been 51000 to $2000 in six months. r make her way back to that county Any per. I Barber-,Isaac' Ogleiby. B it3.. :"111. : t l.
TQ- .j .
iiid, to introduce a bill on the first day wonderfully borne out in his calculations Persons.wishing' to engage in a neat, pleasant son taking:her up and giving me informationby p.Chaneyj ; '-Ii" '
of the of the thirty-first Congress by the actual returns of'the election I and highly lucrative business, are invited which I will'be able to'get her, shall -b George.Bi W. :Ponleai Fraan A;. ; f ICollira'Arehib
meeting PeacbekIrwiiLU
with others, to call at our office opposite Wood handsomely rewarded.OSCAR HART. eFaUny )
is there much of : ,
to abolish slavery in the District ; nor probability Jacksonville tt p mer., Wh. ;: '
& Cox's Hotel, and examine the article Land Oct 28,1848. .
Columbia. If Mr. Stevens does not any change in the States named, or the judge for themselves of the facts presented., Fllnn,1Vm._ k: : 'R ,..'f'; C t

number of electoral votes BEAT1'IB &4C0., SHERIFF'S SALE- ) 'r1 flobertsonRobet ; 1"i"r
40 this, some one else will. But his except per- Foster WhitfieldFlinn .
and ambition will haps by the substitution of the four Jacksonville Nov. 25, 1848. virtue of writ of Fi.;Fa issued of "' *,''-., RayCapt3Yar.sn '.:' 7 ;
talents out ,
II'i towering no BY a .' Mr. m.. ,. ... 'Itobeft. ., ,Ada31neMi- .
,. J
,l. mMva *M I B nMWH M* MMMH B Man BMM MW ; .
himself votes of Iowa for those of Wisconsin : the,Circuit,Conrtfor, DuTal County,;I Pti -, : Ca -
doubt stimulate him to put at Boarding at St. Augustine. .. i J "& ;R&ger pOliyes. 5j r .i
thejiead of the Free Soil He in which case the total number would ,will expose public sal'ey in front 'of the,CourtHouse I .' ,'." ;0 .., .EeedSai ,. ... .i .
J party. AI\\\ MR- G. N. PAPT takes this method of i !
,in the.Town.of Jacksonville,bn first, GreuJamesDJ) Bee'e,1tIr.VL. .
remain the ) : :
wilicome here to take the wind out of same. jpLfttitioaneing to the public that .ha.has : Monday of December next betweeh the hours Graham.. BeV.A.,H TRossWmi3. ,
he sails of David Wilmot. The South opened a PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE'in 'of sale,on that day One Hundred Head of Cattte GreenDanniel -' S .,' 'f '1'f

be driven off, therefore, from the Mexico. the City of Augustine, for the accommodation I and.r .otton..Taken< as the opertyofAhBuetat1r. GloTer,'Henry & tIrs.tJJil! ;'{ t rr :

l1rill of Gen the off- Mexican of late date of of strangers and travellers generally,and : an execution in favorof On,eMRobtGci11lii&Mia !t iJm Maftb..f.1.. *r tJ
speak, 1
j support Taylor, at very papers that he will spare no efforts to give satisfaction : Win:B. Boss" 'THOMAS"LEDWlm S uJ8.Ei of. =:

; let 6f his administration. The effect robberies, disturbances, Indian incur- to alL His house is commodious and situatedin Oct. 28,1848. .i, *",6tc P Sheriff (9. a-, Bparkman, Alfred'BntltrMiss 'r': .

will be to force an alliance of all the sions, bad police, poverty of the Gov- a pleasant part of the city. Green..1- LouisGray'AfiyMis' CarrV:*'' -t,.. 4. ij"

Southern Senators with the Northern ernment and worthlessness of Con St. Hugustine, Nov.25th, 1848. StMONRQEHOUSE SHERIFF'S 'SALEi -7' -' "' '.- : 'J. '" ., _
Democrats, in opposition to the whole gress. BY Tirtue ofiritEiP.: :1 issued'but.of ;: D TayloA1fred. r "_ ''-, ;. i f4 :
Huffhain '
system of measures which the majority Some desired, others deprecated, the the Circuitwill Court" M' TalCount ,,: Haddofct Jelra Josepn' .. '(?>Y'..1.7 ,"-:1,,.. -, .1 '

of the House in the thirty-first Congress return of Santa Anna. Congress was Oil.LAKE MONROE, J'LO ttD.. aze to public'sale,in front tif the CourtHouse Hadc1otIGJ9JuiS.2, FV auga ghbem. ; j .

may propose. The Senate will contin. closed on the 2nd inst. by the Presidentin THIS new building is now being fitt.ElLup ,in"the Town brJacksontille'bn'on the first HigginbothamDayidH.' : : .. W. I,\., I. .
for accommodation of those who Monday of. December next between the'Hours v ..3r' I. i
oeto act on conservative principles, person. : of'sale that certain :'woman ;Higgihbotham HaJrvy White, BeVpL.; :. : J
[ t may visit our Lake for the winter season. The ,on daiI a:, : negftj :Harris James' We1gbthaiiMznjja t- .
; defeating every change policy pro. The Government had issued proposals House scarcely one mile.from the Enterprise slave named GEORGE. Taken, as the proper* !t.1 "A'"J. *1t-+tri i-' a. .+, :.

posed by the House, during both the for a loan of $8OOGO0. It was. House. It has springs of:the same quality;in ty of John,Eo Saunders,to satisfy" ah 'execution' Jordan.,Kllon: *' ,Whee1tr.tror. .It'*'.:j- Ji :.' 11.

thifty-first and the :thirty second Con- doubtful if the. loan could be obtained, its vicinity-a post office is at hand and is at in*faror xi A vt of Orloff-M- .. Dormah; .LEDw1TIf3" =: ** : -:.Kr'.' ....W t.1diJsPen.T-' ., "t. i
: TH05IAS ,,." '
pen-during the whole of Gen- Taywi although based upon the United States the first landing of the steamer.npon the Lake.The .OOt281848.6t t ; '. :' '-> 'ShenffD.'C.. ;K1on.TEL- : .. s WiIbQi* EIiah ..v JI'; .! t.1' t
Proprietor pledges no ,,. .. ., jJOmtMPoNsPu: ;- !
I -
first term-and that is as far aswe indemnity.The shall be spared on his part that will conduce to ... ,. t
.JaCk ,
ri1le 7th 184tL .
need look ahead. disturbances in Tampico con the comfort of those who may favor him'with' SHERIFF'S SALE., '. :*; -i _r ;, _' ,& t '

Gen. Taylor himself will take the tinue, and the independence of the State their patronage. VIRGIL B.DUPONT. :virtue of a writ of Fi Fa, issued;,out,oj BILLIARD SALOON- I"

position, on all these subjects, of"mas or its annexation to the United States, Orange County, Florida, October 20, 1848- BY the Circuit Court for Duval County will -.. f
is said be the NoY.lS. tf. expose to public sale in front' of the CourtHouse -ii- ,
terly inactivity. How the Whig to moving cause, althoughother WIJhtf :
House tore-establish the old I: alleged. in the TownTpf Jacksonville,.on the first 1 ALIEY,_ ,i 1
is banking causes are Land for'.Sale .
Monday of December 4 between .tJ e.hours 8utocnbertsS., '- ( > j IN ,
tad protective improvement system, L Gen. Bustamente was in the Sierra W J offer for sale two tracts'of Land, of, salecn.that. day.a .1negr6.woman. T"'HE'r slid fitted as BmianC,fealxxm t :1 ijBit
up .
(1I1't see. They may make war upon Madre with three hundred men, for the c.one of which was purchased from Jno.M slave,namedPELlA,'aged'aboutsiatyix years. Ko' -"thVspacibtts'pTemisies$ former -oifinedbyGoTernmentj Z

the other two branches threaten, purpose of keeping down the,spirit of Bowden, situated on Lake George, and,consists Taken as the, property.of.Thomas(J ,Jones, to ) .and, occupied by' Jud; N %
of three hundred and:;fiftv acres, more,oi less satisfy an execution in favor of.AlphonseLou.bat -, Laiiiaater 'H 'L ''_ .11.1.\.1 ; J
manifested in of e.JIU 'j
will be revolt ust
itonn,and but still they : parts Guanajua.to with""a "- iU J.W I\I a p1 .i
rage hammock .
pine land : large orange : ;;/4 ;THOMAS LEDWITHji'vOct2S,1848. : ,
mpoteut. There is one thing that will Queretaro and San Luis Potosi. grove. The other'was purchased from William % 6t. .'- .JJheriffD.Ct, Bowling mentj dpi Alleys connected nt tKe only, with:His i DJ'stabJiah. .- ;.

come out of the conflict, and that is a : Upon the whole, poor Mexico seemsto Gardiner, situated near,;the above:mentioned ,.i -. "' j. rv .j..k- >, Till, which will be to the one Pdttic' Ak.

tremendous Northern Free Soil and i be in just as indefinite condition tract on the St;John's >Eiver, and .consists of : .SHERIFFS, S 'LE.B' > day next,' the 23d October.open As hcha3'oa be Mc Q'*a4

: Protective Tarift party for the Preii4ential I ever. Torn to pieces with civil and two hundred and. fifty, acres.., ,m&ndpmela.nd. orless, -/"ak, Y: irt t' f'a writ of 'Fieri ]Facias,'issued great trouble'and expense'to afford this' aeasJ !

I It election in '52. military dissensions, the government The above lands Jfv will be offered for" sale at. f'otor', : the Circuit. Court for the County 61DuTal t will.heilthy be rewarded r Ation. fii trusts Ki* ..exertiosl

A* to the Tariff'during Gen. Tay- poor and weak, the people dissatisfied Public Auction,at the Court House'at Jacksonville ICwill' exposfrto public 1e,-in"front of ..'JoH jCLAKt.wilf .43V># .
the Court House in the Tobf3acksoniflethefir ,'. always:keep iOZt'1w1d' &he s 4
t for'.administration, I will venture to and restless, States threatening a dissolution on the second Monday' ;in March,A.D.- Monday:::of December -next betwecn choicest WQUOBS .&J1d, V A.NA..BEG: ..
*ty that it will not be essentially modi- and ,doubt hanging upon the 1849. THOS.JNO,.S. SAMMIS.JONES, the hours of sale on that ,'.one forty acre lot and he. feels confident ',:that no',fault>will M *-i

- ,,. fied. I have no doubt that some changes .minds of all, present a picture'truly to .Jacksonville,NOTilth*, 1848.,- 'i',1: of Land,Ixinj.the'South Weat Qoafter or the -fdmid-with. Mini ill.thui particularl: .- : ;;.,'.' ? Sij I 1

j J wilLbe made aqd ought to be made ; be regretted by all true lovers of ehurnan.race.H. ," '., North st Quarter of SectJonNo.21, iaTownshipNo -, .J i3IJBt JQH1tCLARt, I
- \'6 of Raiig&23 e 3mCkLC1NEDPbAsEgp9: !
LevyCoanty Tax Collector's Sale
, .: .tndpo"ibly something will :tie conceal 0. .)Mercury.J .. T TILL be told on the ist Monday, of Janua- l100tacres ther-witk faflj i.&'lmprorements ; .: .. .
to the ,Pennsylvania iron and coal thereon. .TlikeDaa\h' of i
property r
"? ', r.ynext between.the4i6ur8bf. 10 .
& Interests ,Soulltst .fa ;-An' Iowa :stump t r John B.rdntsatisfy-an execution;in.favrofthsSteofF1ozid -
and 2 o'clockj-jthe fo1IowingJot .vCObGlki&
orparcelofLand ; \ 1; -U i CO* loV. afladeldia- i j
-1 understand that Mr. Walker him. orator wishing describe his i opponentas 160 much,thereofas : \.1 'h1'f.1
. containing ,acres or as Ki': t&ue .It4,,im ; ." ",. m j
t selTdoei'not said "Ihave beard will ,due for the ek4845: tiUj 'tf .i"- OMAS.. i1UnnTHj t"t.
. anticipate any essential4angeathis a soulless man, : satisfy ti-jaI .Oct.28 : Sheriff C.' PLASTER tiji whitest and.toest'mOUSf f.
all costs and : Said lands 1848IesiKt6t, ..I ;
. j hold theop.jnion.thatjul5 including charges. are ; that ad1ie procficedatthe '
adttwi 1tofi,3
system by persons i
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- I II lItJOD. He supposes that, theJc&ate at the precise momenf after rone. ;humap situated 28, T. 12"ou'iheWat&W3 1LL6, arid said '0 belong to.(one JeCtioni;Bdmnn1 ,Twenty c. bollaraBqward.. Jot.roond.'iJ.'Der.a.rfe}' .&,iu".. 1 pUtl.1..I'''uce4Mllft. ., .i1,

will defeat any ultra measure, being dies, another is. born, and the soul dJiT,a'n D 'e8idint'this S i" 's'U, 1'11 ..WILL-BE't''t PAID. (for'.1;the-,apprehen- ;u 8TEBE07'YP"J.l ,tl.lA8'- .M-. .
fitting, the thirty-first Congress, and enters and animates the new born babe. The'-abon lands Win'b l td at.JUt tHouae' OonrtGEQRGEHThESPZE ... 110U"a.iN -*.- !1e'r01 m'1 'NegnT Alai az d4/D.PL.i48 Bt& 8 9. tiii-

- j thitt the House, in the thirty-second Now I haveS made partiCularand. extensive rLe"' :'c 'l..rt" *::,t'.Ui:.' ;"'J qiiHl..I-.oI.J'JV', Mi.r7' .. ,. :; -. L. .. 1ACOB'at myz-eeidence .onXakeGriflean sotbt i: .r'!Djrect.orders to thepr prietol' $"P'M14L i ; ;
V".a''dr"Y .. in1anyjafl JOHNCAtENHAUGH
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. ,1.I Congress, being elected under the new'PP0ftlonment inquiries concerning' my opponent -. : ,! ; get him;,' Jacob is 'S so"wellaknown izt Jeang. :h, ,. ifiCQQQW8.tL.COPet "* :;

.' 1 i of representatives, according that, .and 1 find that for some hours:before ., '' r Tax 4sse8oi- &'tou o: 'J'ackaonT1IeNassaAi1' St Mary;;; that a.'descnption'of 1. ... &.._.. .,';. 1 :
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- to the census 01 1850, will corn lie drew 'breath, nobody died.fFellowcitizensjHeave j;_.L'COTJiUUoler.1>.r. ,. ...'-' ... ".1g..fg o. .'. ...""' ,'f.Iftt"\. 11 iI-.' ,', r'-,!.;.' '#:- ,-. ."*him-.' is"* .deemed 9.et unnecessary AUGHTl'-- : 21.1i4L'-- "- '.- '3a. :. '.,;. i

pr*e, t larger portion ,than now of, the jfau to, draw-die "- .'LeTT. ::.., iiii. azr llccW'..OaleXr' f. .. .t:1. ; 'T': :": 1Oit.2Il !-OSEPItV:..''.,.!r"P'W IB&l, i r .::. I.=.. <:; A \.-. ,- !..-, ;_ ." ,.,; ; i iI
Hncahnral inference. rteati *"" -tJ. "' JiafJEJfii/YJ )j.I} "'11 I ; 'J
. .*" he interests, which interests ,'TUILL'. ,BE',.1'. ',""S,: Jr/l.L' ,' st:, ,., 1",'..... .Jj ._ ..-' <. j "'..- .-".".. -t-4f.. -p-- ..' ."Il. ; ,I A;.'PERSONS, hereafter ) j* !
! thinks become more and more 4-- .vy J bctw .tbeliouxs I I
. Pi>%iliJ:.u\xt1849)( ):'. v. .5lOT1CE.--'" r ; -." ;. 4 Hndf of the 'und rsigu."" lyings& l
arorable to his low. duty'system ] of;ipf nd26'cloclc; 'on 'that.'da lt e ,: mouth rib,Biter'BtJ' hns <
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, A: to internal ,improvements it iseertain.lbat Beware of imposition; ft SouthWest 'Quarter'of the 8 uthWeafQuai. r; *-S:< TT ot'iio adZwfll. *** i. : 1iatH.narcJ" ;'th Southerbo4TI '': ..' .
of Section7v II 'e' _andth0 vQu tyi 'pijii ntoo .
be the value of discoTeI'J the Towwhiplo.' 19j Y.hch f Gl that -tract at tdidb: I
: they'will actively,proJ The greater &D.1. North'estQteigt1'tsr .,Onlali' 1 ;i lettenof.AdminiitraUon' ra.theEstate ; ..cfb'wfPhLtTihd..

*J ed to a reasonable'.extent, by both higher it '.is held in the ,esteemof, :the public! of Section'18,'Township IQ/Bange 19,Sputh ardD.' 'PrineJlate oti countj.'decttwsd.ii 'LL thbthrj thd'J) 0 1 .. it',it'

**Dlea of Congress, .and with. the as and so much in proportion is that public', liable and ;Plant ,oontaining .An. rr.".01"..much'As( !> ;5lSi&--f'*j-ri5i$';&' ;*s---v.MABYPB\m.. .' ,J ':' rr71n 4 'WJ l; jMi':r i

. '.'! t,of General Taylor.JWerteJ .. to be.imposed npon by lie spurious imitation. will &trsfjth tas4ii' : 'OiJhe$afl f t1tbreSW' *& $.!t0a: :-rffV-""tftJ** .4:*:*wc-iiriinnnY'.tM1 .1,6*ffi -&** ., i\} ,Bibea 1t tli'acccrd W '

I fignorantdeslg mgt and,'dishonest men;who, p ,.., .,year, ((1848' ,"1thsUsandexpen8e3cora1ng. ...-_,'J.1it'tOe.11'" .- Jf ".._." .W'_.'tM A6d\:all persoiafurmaMng the.j1hrjUa' ,,
for .h'h.. .
Negotiations the cession of Cuba like the drone.!j :the "hive. i have_, neithtf'lhe above'named,lands.advertising are>ituate.in" Levy.couaty!', -"."4.. A:.|BgEgjffi3&S3,;!' 't dationtoP.t'uffiileat With satlsfafctory'etWecce of V& 'aoi...:;.<. "

-. JJi&er United &ti is 4-.Th New Herald has .' ability; .nor.' inclination:to think.or.F vide for on Withlacooche, :,isho41Itanceabjhweliop1aflu ;AJjT4 1-1 Persons indebted; the James; ; person Committing tBeFrewarded. btlW to .iitt. .

. from a correspondent at Madrid dated and luxuriate: the Fart u""lt.sndpwe4 XA LoDgjdcsoased 'lateofrlhitalccnntyj-are ; # -' I
themsftlfes, but thrir ; upon PAt&fl r':
.--rbfr,wLordn th, writer intimates ., nd J" by JLiibIiit bounded.by requested to,.$forward ad'make IiaffieiiaUpsyiaeati '6j 0Wi1aW''JN :rV JI. -.!_ .
- i 1 Wr GoTerament has"'made.indirect'oieimjJr8pabr. 'earnings! 'of the deserving:: 't '*:} *Z lLa1_ *niea.! there:have f*+*:la %_r3):IF i : ;.aU crrditorsj,legatees; aadpenoas ; ,to fl 7.1' "f '.. +,"'. ,.,". .' -4 -' .. ,

. for the acquisition fCub our' ", The. :.eitfacrdlnary- success. -," ;,attendirg'the, '. .' ;-use, wm'.kfat.th 4 t.., '.-lands entiUod, .to:4terifeBti6a-ie7eatd: erfaie,! ..t- **')# ''olF" : TJCBia'lt18-1.I". .. -S- ;J.fl-. t

. :'ft'' ."'> Jnztrtcteditthe'ropoaition"r' c.- r.Wi5tari132n! rJr4 .Ci ],..,, Q .r :.t" are'__. -aeUalj ttftt"'imlefss they:-exhitit.' rIAr Otblc 1 o 't" Jj
, for w', fDtertain ed to open negotlatioas'atthr ses of.the lungs/and.the'' sn7'flgtti5cUL4bI at..?*.F.'hs.t.tr'r. ,-f1-' .J"v.Andre wa r :/i'li-, I, a. 5 .* r..tir_.rt UUI'K. 1l y ,t.r""f iiG&i' W" i"
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. :1 following pkces, eff tie days ipecified below,to 1 0.' ,';1 3.,' .} ." U tto'L'4,,' 44 J" t'Ol t g1lBorfKU".,.N th, ., shaErct" ) 9.f =..

take And receive proofs,depositions$ before LIU1, ; : OMB, D4i'', .. BitW {t1 ;r illt''3 !z, tientC4. Pat1icu1arl1adapted. .Jl .ji.Jt : N' P" '!'' 1$renc,
: : D"W1N7'EB' MEDl "t"
ft'iJ.t kim, in relation t Ibe settlement find oecupa- .(LATELEE &;.JVP8ON,) ND : 'F.A.'L1A .' o female who lisa re t upj. .:.
tion ofall persons who' obtained permits t under "siicYoua'FMBTORY'WBEHOUSJNo. :/JACKONVTaBIACK' CREEK.} The great beauty nd, superiority of this Sar- t c&Dgd r ri aIeIodths

4r:::' Uiet Act of\Congress,,.entitled "An. Art to providefcr 56 CEDAR. STREET the WBOLXof 1PICOLATA;'FJURX 'R, p' 'fJ; .it.J'tlf ,): ,iiJ :i I'iaIa:o er 81t unmWJ eJl I e J 1 1'f sholldneglecs to?:take :"Vtt& }.

,'itrif I. .the: ,Ara d.Occupation and.Settlement U whlch'is devoted .to the exhibition andCealeTheircpresent ;: I i1ii tl hrfwtth""l theJtCJWlestGn'iD"U11; "if.:..dicates-diseaseJt JLntigorates J 'o*,'t*r$.4, .' Ttn ve oraiiy5ofithejjiuiaci<)ua
:t ". "f the unsettled part of the Peninsula of FJori- ofth&8is-li4riickof: f 1' nJ.jit ,. Mail.Steam-packets\at.Savannab.Hthf.steamer, .'.a... '(.-.?-body" ? cured_"I,1bronochitisfconsumption diseases to which females' arVsot,
f, &/ &pprom'Aagust 4th; 1842 and who were SARAH.::SPALDING frora'Palatks' ) to'Lake'Monroe f, ," ," ,c 1 al.tYOHHgih' tL,,' -- ,' I thDe.t. -'This--"peri- d"JD ib I ii

J : :\li\L; 4 oc&pauts underithat Act and the Act amendatory .lrrNTE'D'. ,'ii ,.CALIOO'ES, :,.. .:. .., '"0'' : '' 1":. ," the U.; & Mail Stages,: from Picolkta to' ; i I fH. :nsUptiOcaUbeCUUdj.: oJ}}; ieTera17e by'rising this tDecUeJa.\
:. .1 ..' !thereof approved June, 15th,: 1844,, and 'Stock consists;of.aearly j Augustine e i and'frbm Black Creek;;ia.1 New. ; } ,liercoiuplint, l
1": T t whofaetually, occupied or; settled under said :One,Thousand,Packages,.f-..: annie. Alligator,'t Minenl Springs" andColumbus colds, coughs, catarrh,-,asthma spitting '' .womanhood, as it is calculated to i 'I

j>1.r.;. Acts;And did not!; voluntarily relinquish and :Embracing some .THQUSANpa,ofj!different: !Tajlahasffee.s'01 .. '1-, s ., t 4' 0 of blood,soreness in the chest,' ; by quickening u.e.hlocid'IIiiII
' '.1. bxzdonthe same;.but'continued ,toreside on patterns cand,::colorings, -and comprising every.; ;?; OCAMDLGEE. 't* Capt. A. CHASE. ;hectic flush,1 niglA n-eii"\Um"* system )Indeed,this medidae ii u .1
; of the. line ,Townhipt. line F.Eand : "ir"r"'c or prof use expecioraticnaadj -,' 'alfthe diseases
J4P'. geldfrontier8oitIz ,dividing thing idesirable in the ST.MATTHEWS, P.McN&Irr. to which women'trs-132? l
... .numbers nine and ten South and East of DOMESTIC., i' o .* jjrvi!, .ants # Me7e"p1ick1tsVe eS Ji i t! < \ I It braces the whole T system,' : .,

'W.. : : the base ,line 'specified said Act of 1842, All of which are offered-for'sale, for ash.or arid; DAY.MoENncGat, 10 .o'cleckV'arid:arrive ,' I in the sidei,&c. I entlyrthe Halural'enerries, L t .

..:.:...')jOJ.J'.', thereb1&iding to effect the objects ef said Act, satisfactory credit, &i,the I OWE!'PRICES, 'at-icokta in,time forrthe-Mail
."0.i 1" .1. 12-. by the piECE -- ,v go through to St Augustine before night every to j i 'd- caa.be cned.;.:" t1 .. '. .thesysfeniw"lp produce*'in bseq52Jf 'f
., .:i t.:. AtfjTewnansville, Alachua County, on Thursday OR PACKAGE. Thursday1 Monday* v 2'* 'there.I, wa/o tion,' hJis tIci e of n tt m'&daiXS n
' ': 12th October, 10 days. New Styles are-.received.almost every.day, : Returning,'leave Palatka every TUESDAY and ? ftabably t never remedyGthathasibeen femaleweakness and tla ; w'. *

'? .,' At Long Pond, Lery County. on Monday, 23d and many.nf,them are got,np for our.ow sales. ,.. FRIDAY MOKNINO,at 7 o'clocktouchiug as above so successfuliri desperate id cases eonsunip-', :' DISEASE.1 OF THE ,BE.4B7' jI .1 I
1f"r ".. October 10 days. and not to be foundelsewherei9 each tionsfthisUtc\ean8eg: a strengthens,the. TUBE':4ND"DBOP' ;: .t "
: :. 1; > ;ij "'fn way.They oL.
'\;, t.i:;:' At Micanopy, Alachua County, on Thursday, .Printed lists ,of prices,;cpirectedfromday. are both Ion pre: ie boat in complete system, and appears to,heal thet ulcers on.the i '. t 1:1.:'. ;

!::+1 1( 2d November days! i .to day,;with every'variation in the. market,. order, and handsomely [furnished in every respect lungs,and the patients gradually.regain their' .D. L''M".'. 'NEWYo.'l1aJfJ.: 1.'I--J ; .'I
:" ? .. At Augustine, St. John's County, on Thursday j are placed ia the hands buyers.' t 1for ; are;.commanded'.,by: 'gentlemen of well .usual health and strength.4i. L.. 22 1cirRIOU&CASE 'beei tflUctedwlth'.a'diRaa' ott ,;

L4rL.C: ;:9th November, 10 days. ,I Merchants will be.;able to form some idea of known experience on the route; and their patrons OF CONSUMPTION. iitW atribla'rPe fOl". 1et'IIi :,

;i1. : At StLucIe County. on Monday, 27th November the extent.and.variety of our asaqrtriient,,when are assured that every, attention will be ThereJis scarcely,:a day passes but 4there\ar%! ,the-t :. ofthe'tIie.t' .
: l 10 days.AtMeltonville. we state, that *the value-of our usual stock of paid to the safety and;comfort of passengers, a number of cases of Consumption reporters* tr ubled'witi ehortnea ofbreatl 14 >.- :
, !:., ,Orange County, OIl Thursday, this ONE A&TICJUS, is at least twice,the,Value of: and to the careful handling of freight. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sam; i11a.' tethTofthb heart'whCh' J beg,2beaj'j '

p.L u.J 14th December; 10 days. the entice:.stock of;dry goods usually kept by AGENTS:* The following was recently.received:f ,' .;, : g/ d :Ji' DUl '

.\ i:1J.tr At Ocala Marion County. on Monday, 1st Jan- our largest.wholesale jobbers. This fact together Brooks & Tupper, -. Savannah. DThsii-Dea, 1811-, ;For..the.Jaat i leave ,her bed 'Th*'rupture ;" t.t" :
"'; '.1. nary, 10 days.AtChocochattie ,with i the fact that our means and our U A.A.DeLorme -.' Darien.G. three years 1 have k been afflicted with general and sev::- U She tried almost et : .

, ''fF.1" Benton County on Monday, attention, instead of being divided among a vast Friedlander, : : >* Brunswick. debility/and! incrvous consumption offtheilaststage such cases"with but little?Des-W_

.:;! t' ljP. 15th January, 10 days. variety articles, are devoted wholly to.ONE, John Bessent, .-' St Marys. ,and did not expect to ever gain'oy health. had; taken )>ut three'bottles ot:16ntie
!'t rt4 At Tampa, Hillsborough County, on Monday, will render the advantages which we can offerto U Fernandez &Bisbee, .-' Jacksonville.A. at all. After going.through a course'of medicine medicin she was entirely relieve

'. : 30th January 10 days. dealers perfectly obvious; and it, shall be Coy, Black Creek. under the care of some of the most di tiDguished of the heart, and the rupture Us 6tik. I
:t At\VestMonroe County, Monday, 14th our care that 'none who visit our:establishment Geo. Cooley, .'. Picolata. regular:physiciaris and members of the tireljdisapire&' '' ". .. :1

. t: February, 10 days. I shall meet with any disappointment. 8.P.Hawkins.Palatka. Board ofHealth in.:New-York,,and .elsewhere, Sh* has also had.'.tie.dropsr. sad J :
' r : At Dade County, on Wednesday, let March, 10 Our assortment is complete at air:; seasoni of Eo Lafitte & Co.; .,.' Charleston. and, ,spending.the.t $jaf my7earnirigs4iri attempting Ewc S'J'nllen. .We., had 1:0 id a
.- : days. .the year., LEEJUDSON; & ,LEE.. ? N. B.-Goods consigned to'the.Agents for ;to'regain ,riYy health, arid after reading be wbenefilted,J41o'as eiiO'had iUhIo t"t11 r.- '
,;;j; All cases presented will be examined, and P. 8.-B.F LEE, formerly of...the. firm 101 warded free of commission. Freights from Savannah in some' paper'of your Sarsaparilla I'resolved ' ieases. ,Bu itJi,;al gi :

. j i J." reported on,and persons interested are requested Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the ori. and Charleston, and all way freight to try it.'"After using six bottles I found it pear,' relieved her of the'dropsy.. ::1 Un.1' -"U;,
. !;:b to have, theirlermits depositions and witnesses ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con payable by shippers.September done me* great good and called,to see .y.ou.at that; this statement is so'straaw tTi.

' 5 .r'. r& :, to prove their nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed .U. 30, 1848. ly your office;vwith;your adyiqel pt bri, arid,do almost like fiction,.but it is, nevertliS 2S "
!:1t'J': eases fully, in conformity with the printed instructions business in connection with Messrs.Lee>&' most.heartllyth forjo advice.. I persevere U reality.,,-Your Sarsaparilla is etrlaiiJ ?S

;. a. 1J ; forwarded each claimant. Judson and assures his friends that;the new 12ZDICALNOTIC.TRS. in taking the'Sarsaparilla,arid have been uable.medicine, and 'sbould'be vtiidfnS
I' ;:' ,r. HUGH ARCHER, % concern shall have the-same pre-eminence in i WILSON andJAN wYCK. (late ProfesSor able to attend1'to iny 'usual labors: forjthe.last: onetihat' 'is suffering as we havek S

p.:!!' Agent United States Treasury.Octt. this; branch of trade, which formerly distiri JJ'. of Surgery'in the,Franklin Medical four months,'and J hope by the blessings o(God, disbelieve this account,,'they art:at ar if i '
M1'J,>..f-.:.' 14, 1848. nl guished the other two. houses to which he be College of Philadelphia,) have formed, a co and your Sarsaparilla,continue my.health.: call at my house and have oeahjdeaoaitn
-oIJ'. "o;:.:. -_ longed. June 25,1847. ly partnership for the practice of MEDICINE and It helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectfully ,*..
l I %{(:; .. IB Mouroe Circuit Court; SURGERY;,'-and, for INSTRUCTION OF knew my case. CHARLES QU1MBY. WILLIAM TOWS':

tl ."r;. i. STATE OF FLORIDA. A. M. REED MEDICAL STUDENTS..A Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 21847. -- ,, _' .
. olt.: Patients from a distance can be well accommodated .State of New Jersey,.Essex County ss.-.Chaa. '
'.:J... .,JI Angeio Lopez, } constantly on hand a well assorted DY8PEP8Y.-r -,J j
:':.:_"#11 vs. / Bill for Divorce. HAS of and on reasonable terms,either at the Quimby being duly sworn according to.Jaw, on No fluid.or xncdidinehus ever beta duww1
Hotels or Private Boarding Houses of the city his oath saith that the stat
.\-i.;': Maria Lopez. ) foregoing mentis ed which BO,nearly tresenjklesttl.egaimv4tor
'. .'I.tr. .\"2'" : proof having been made to me that the Groceries,Provisions,,Dry Goods, and=can'receive from the Subscribers inch Med true,according to the best of his knowledge and .saliva in'decompoging food and strttj 1

: ::U- DUE in the Bill filed in the above Hardware Crockery &c. viz iceland Surgical} l .-attention-Y h as T their cases, may belief.. : CHAS. QUIMBI, the organs of digestion as '.tluVpi ij ntltfii 'I
: ; require i. : Sworn and
subscribed to before at '
resides out of the State of Florida it is me Orange, Sargaparilla. It positively'
' Tdj" cause cuTeeteyc53d
; : Superfine Flour in bbls and*bbls A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTSwill the 2d August 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN dyspepsia .Loweve.uenre '
:'-zt.!, fecreby Ordered. That a,hearing be had on the ;. or ch'roniel;
Pilot Bread :Sugar and Butter Crackers be'received,*who, will be supplied with Justiceofth' Peace. BANK DE/ABTMENT -
facts charged in said Bill on the first Monday of ; : AuuTrVjMayli) 1su. "
. .. Hams,Bacon, Pork F M Beef Pickled Books Plates; Anatomical,' and .other Preparations U. DK. TOW D-Sir '
: : ll May next and that It the Defendant do not appear Tongues SE : I. have been li,.
.; a ; and answer said Bill by said day, the same Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice ; -' will regularly e 1riined in.the progress TWO CHILDREN HA VED. for several years withdispepsiaia' !,* .1
p.- :: .! be taken as confessed against her. Provided, Goshen Butter,, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, of their Studies according-.tothe mode Very few families indeed-in fact we, have form,attended with sourness ofitasad. fcu
4I : Irish,Potatoes pursu'edJin the' large Northern citie*--will.be not ,heard of one-that, used Dr.
; .:.);:. That a copy of this order be published in some ; U U appetite, extreme heartburn, and am)
i';:*:r ff public newspaper of this State for the space of Sperm Oil Candles; taught compound and, :dispense .Medicines, time lost any children the, past aversion, all,iinds;of,foodr taad >fir jretb
J# three months before the day appointed for said Green and Black Tea Rio and,Java Coffee;. and will be instructed in the i minor.every day U summer/while those that'did not sickened and (what :I couldeat, ) l have,beenuiiibicttKU .

;iJ':::f hearmg. JOS. B. LANCASTER, Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; I I duties of,the Surgeon-Bleeding. ,Cupping. ,Bandaging&c. -U died. ->The certificate. publish below is,conclusive but a small! portion-on ay etoinac .. 1 tried\til ("r
! t Judge So. Circuit State of Florida. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised" I ; &c. '> : : -r .'I! evidence qf its value, and is only an other usual'remedies/ 'they had."VitE le e3> t,
?-;:* V&ir',411 Taos. F. KING,Solicitor Complainant. Sugar' !'Peirhftps'no Private Office in anyAmericanU instance of its saving the lives children: effect iri removing the complaint.;* Laz &* "+

,!f I,5i. Sept. 16, 184S. 3m Brandy,Rum, Gin Whiskey. Alcohol, Turpentine city will afford a greater variety !- T; B. TowNSEND-Dear SiT': 'I had two children edy.shout two months since,,to try)"uEz1s4
.-;- s. ,: -_ _. _.-_. _ _ _ ; .r proved'remedies, or present-more practical facilities -U, I cured byy our'Sarsaparilla of the summer. Sarsaparilla, and I must say wth littlt) e.flInc .
>3q': marshal's Sale. London Porter, Port Madeira,. and Champagne. for students.In .' complaint and .dysentery v one 'was only 15 ; tut after nnlytiiboij
*'* f.**!" :', T>X. virtue of two Executions issued out of Wine; U. connexion with this department it may months-old and the other, 3,years., They wereyery fouiidmy appetite restored arid.tie ieartHri ,
'Ir"f JLJ the District Court of the United States for Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves'&'C .be'proper to state that as soon as possible, an much reduced,and we expected.they would entirely removed,' arid:J wouldcommend .tantIUt.J' \

:c. ;" the Northern District Florida, and to me directed A Complete Assortment of:Dry Goods.. Infirmary for-the reception of both Medical and die;' they were given'np''by two respectable .the use of it to thosew>o;iavttto v:

.. f f:.' and'delivered, against Arthur Burner, Calicos, G gham.Muslins Bonnet. and. Taffeta: Surgic' will be opened,when students physicians. When the doctor inftrmed.us:that U afflicted, as.I havebeea.v" ,, Ac.tfr ',
l;r.-:1,1.''", I have levied upon, and shall sell at public auction Ribbons; : will have the opportunity' of praet 'lllltu4jiiig U we must lose them, we resolved to ,try,your 'wWVAN 'Mcri?.,

)c.:;; .; ,in front of the Court House, in the city oft Sheetings and Shirting ble h'd and tmbleach'd; diseases.. J. T.,J; WILSON D.,. Sarsaparilla ,we had heard so much of, but had N. 'B. .Purtlase none.bo t such tf lave wn|.
-d ,r1 Jacksonville,between the hours of 10 a.m. and Irish Linen,.Diaper Bishops and Long Lawn; 'tC.tC.VAN. WYCk )1'ID.TallahUlee'Augi:5r1848.:1 little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers'that.hide the bottle completely aadbn (t

:.::i\yj".' 3 p. m.'of the first Monday September next, Cambrics, Jaconet Swiss and cross bar Muslins;; : -J .N, 6m that is worthless: but we are very the written signature ofS.P.: TO"WiBENRis; '-

or I' a Negro Woman, named Peg or Peggy, and her Hosiery, Hdkfg, GloveS Suspenders;j'" STATE O OFPLOIUDA, thankful that we did, for it.undoubtedly saved .Principal Office, 125 Falton-Bt.SunBuil'isf, fi
:: ; :. ./-, two children. ROBERT MYERS,Marshal, Tickings,Linen and Cotton Osnaburg;' ;:.A.JJ I'll ua .> MONROE COUNTY. the.tives of both. J write this,_that others may N..Y.: .Redding & co.8 taoni Ij) ; :

. :r:: 1 By his Deputy, G. HUMMIKITS.Marshal's Wine white,and brown, Linen. Drill for. pants, Benjamin. Megin ) be induced to use it. Yours,respectfully & sons', 132 North Seeond-si.'PiilacWpiaVS
4.b 4 ; b.b. Office, ) & & &0: VS .''" 'f. .. JOHN WILSON. .
0. fo Chancer ., : Jr.MyrtleavenueVBrooklyn S: Hance, druggist, Baltimore Din fc'ti .
': -:1- ;\ fit.Augustine,July 22, 1848. Jjjr Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and_Cotton, ,in steelandrhaleboneframes Thomas'-Tayior Philip i J Set:15, 1847. Richmond :).- Cohen,',Charlettu..t 11

Il.;:' : The above sale postponed to the first : SaWYtr,nCJs' io :' (t)1.1 C (f LUNATIC.A7SLVM. &col'151,t hartrea-.New,Orleans:.105 B 6 U
"}' :r:.. _. .: Monday in November next. '1L-rdmare.f' Cutlery-Knives, SciSsors Razors I T appearing to me by,affidavit that Thomas *'Janies'Cummirigsj;Esq. one 'of the Assistants Pearl-st.Albany,j.R.Y Brickirk.S93'ejttfMarket ; t4
\t '4-l' G. HUMPHREYS, Deputy Marshal Nails, Hinges Butts, Knives and Forks,.Spoons; Taylor and Philip Sawyer/defendants in the in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell's I lan .ia the .and' BTOad-WNewark 'rCXl)jr

:..;..:._,:1.',:.:. St. Augustine, Sept. 9, 1848. Tea Trays bill filed in' the'above cause,reside.out of.the gentleman spoken in.the following letter, : principal; DrVeeisfs 'arid 'MerthaistrttiraBy, f
.. .r .t'0. Collins Axes,,Hammers, Hatchets,Saws; State of Florida and that the said Thomas Tay- BHEUltl TISM. throughout the"United StAtes.WestIillead ii'

': .:4'r',' NOTICE. I Carriage.Wrenches Halter Chains, Pots, KeU lor resides in Europe, and,that the said Philip .This is only one of than four thousand' the Canadaa.A.. )L EEJED 4gtai.i .
:;:! l will be made to the next tles &c. &c. Sawyer resides in the State of ,more
APPLICATION ; Mississippi, cases of rheumatism that Dr l Townsend's Sarsaparilla ., .' JacbsovUleJlnls
of Florida : ; _
il.- ; for an act' A few Rifles low It'is That'said defendants
. priced-Powder Flasks. Ordered : appear .Febr>aryj26,1848.NOTICE. J'
has'curedThe most and 1 'r: .
'hi i" (incorporation to authorize a company to construct A Gooa Assortment of Crockery'and Tin'Ware. and 8n8wei-th said bill, otherwise it shall be '. severe ?
. : /ri a Rail Road from Cedar Keys, or some Boots taked chronic cases are.weekly eradicated by its citraordinnry..yirtue3 .
& 'SShtes-Men's Women's and,Children's pro confesso."' &: tf
:lf eligible point on the Gulf toast to the St. Ma. : ,. ,
: OrderEd' co
Boots and Shoes, of all kinds. RisjurthtTi: ,'Th t.a copy of this Or. "
t4t: ry's River, or some eligible point on the Atlantic A variety of Fancy Articles. Medicines der be published in some nespper'printed in BLA CKWELL'S IsLANDJ Sept 14: 1 847.DB. 'IX MONTHS after date, I slalljsenstey I
Perfumery, Dear Sir I suffered accounts and vouchers AdIin12ttI
TowjfSEND have aa
.:' 1 :.; coast or the St. John's River. I &C.' the Eastern-Circuit ofi i Florida month : t
J once a ,
tenibly'for' years with the rheumatism the Estate of Henry Barnard Jr late tf Pml .
t.t August 26,1848. 3m ,,' ; '
. : Jacksonville 15 months/in reference to the said Thomas '
: ,-i', ,April 1848.. : ly .and' considerable of'the time I>could not eat,sleep .county deceased to.the Hon.Judge .Mtnixi
Taylor once week.for/four: months in
; a
: work I had the of said. for a final settiezne&f tui
c2. A CARD. reference r ; most distressing pain, ajid county .
to said
Philip Sawyer.. _
INVALUABLE ,. limbs :Estate and shall at the same j.
swollen. I
:*!f- my were, ,terribly have used tiinej'qpl7fU
desirous of in JOS. B. LANCASTER
. LADY locating Florida
v Letters Dismission atraf "
A FAMILY' four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have as such AdmiDU
-.:?* ''!' arid who has had II Teralyea experienceas COMPANION. U J dge'So.Circuit of Florida. done me more than one thousand dollars worth ,which all persons interested in saidJEjUtej in i
1 f"-. ,: a Teacher of the Higher Branches of an IX Lectures on Causes Prevention Cure Tuos F'KINO Sol forCompI't.EeyWestPejrary 'desired take notice. !
S .. ofgoed-.I am so much better. Indeed I am ..to .. :
; ;:;o English Education, with French, Music, and of Consumption L Asthma, Diseases of the 19, 1848. 9m entirely,relieved, ,You are.at liberty to use BENRIETTiBARNARD,'Am'L'JckIivi1leMaieh .
11t I Embroidery, wishes to employed hnan Academy Heart, and all Female Diseases.- 234: pages, 28 : this for the benefit.of the afflicted., ; 4, 1848.' 6m1 ", '
for Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy engravings.. Paper 50'cts.? bound 75 centa-i ]jtMEfs. & i'C > ; 'JAMES CUMMlNGSl -, '-,. ,t Jt ,:-, T"
in which she could establish a School Mail to .. ,,. Youis, respectfjally, -
;.7 l,1'! village any part -postage 9 M cts. U "" .t '' ..: ,. 'u- : ., ,
.i :Every desirable reference and all further information Shoulder' 'coUL'NoT'WAJK.That'Dr. X'MONTH8 ;
'ri Braces
and Chest Expanders, $2. .' HOLMES &*COf'htLYd removed' after daUjTsiaH 1
itY7 c .may be obtained by addressing, Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling to k of''Merchandize Townsend's Sarsaparflla is the very 'c its and vbuch'ersas'ExecutcTcfw "
& post paidj P. BELL, Charleston S. C. Tubes, Silver,' $3;by mall letter postage. Abdominal bulldingformerly occupiedby'the United the'large States best'remedy for-female complaints there is :Estate' of James' B.Roberts,'deceased, IT,01 t
Sept. 23,1848. 5t Supporters ,: no(disputing;f;thousands I and ,thousands of '
:4 perfect, $3 to$10. forall knowri4tts"rthe"Governnterit Building}iThey: ,; II Judge Probate of this.county.i for settlt
: Ruptures, Falling j of the, Bowels NOTICE. and Weak Back, and Chest sent f ,jyyt tthose ,diaeasesto which females are.subject shall atJ '
; express; from New Yorkfafull ass6rtmerit Dry'Goods apply to the said Jmljpta$o f5
WEEKS after date I shall .to the aoon'in the "of !
apply where. For were enjoy meat robust
every Braces
Supporters u'
,SIX Judge of Probate in and for ) ; or: or 1rocet'ie4 .Hardware? %OYi810DS,H1&C4r&c-, 'h'ealthr'i.>l'J o- l'tb final discharge from my"ExecutotsbII'OfEstateofaid
Rupture *
Supportersgive height from head to which James B.-Rob t. easeL :
:' the County of Hillsborough for Letters of Administration toot and circumference of person next the sur o ,they, i -ie.pr( h..4- paredto'sel1"at reduced. ? u 'J.ln: tNew Yo1t-cSep'23i1s.n' l"d lJOBNtROBERTSE1efttorot,1lii! r
priceky <
.on the Estate of Susan Stafford face,just above the hip&,...,If Rupture,mention. nWprepared to D..T WN El'C 1)eart,8r! ;: j1y c4sfor J1Uifl&OfJUBi
late of said county, deceased. which side.. Agents,,wanted.tor.the sale of the ffides and purchase Cottons, the lasty ear'' been. very.sick, and in a greatly t$4L April22,184 U 8 ,
JOSHUA STAFFORD. above goods.. ddrDr.. S. S.. ITCH otherp'roduce oTthecounlryfat-the reduced .state of health being'reduced'byja: w >. :ie, :.. 4oJ"'_ .,; :
707 1 g1 est rtet make sAvances .
Hillsborough County, September 2,1848Executor's :Broadway.-New York,'post paid. ". :: ='o t On'iignh1enU'tS't1 rates.and iii 'friends cash In S Tii Variety of complainls s 'hfeiii.1 areliable 1 .iJi't).t'.fNetiH& J"f

.i1M April 1,,1848., V fa' ,.: ,. ly and Cl1 1'i i New.Yirk l j.H to; she go"so baotat length that she was.entirely r
1 IOuiii $
Q r.f i
1 iJ unable tojralk D '
iL Notice. ,-. U tfl I ,and was as helpless as a child; .t1: Subsc
'hate1 :
& ;SIX ,MONTHS after date,I shall apply to the TO FISHERMENn, PlorighsHto They which ytnew rtijsle 'f.Wrought'Iron Shecommepeed using\ of Probate of Duval 'fora ;"' 'j' they would respectfully call DUe .o I is hereby',
;w : county, inundzately begai iegau er treiigtli, =
.. The'American. ':Net and TwIns a..ou therattefttion of Planters.0 1;* & #t* .t "f' icn3(ncut.ciri d
from of the herbp.Ints"lOf her fand t
tp% final discharge my Executorship., "'. -Srk .J aeitakiii1ieve- ;LePt
' r.;. t.. Estate. -of James B. Roberts,deceased. c..PUT0 '"- oiiriUeiNovl6-1846.:/ .-" <-1' n" ii7.' t'tf: **-;$- -r. :. i1'bottlessho is restored1BeIng&e1ngnlar -pIbcs,).] I-t l' .

t : .i.. May'6th,1848 WM.B.ROSS. ..Zx'r.. ... i: -.,WK STQNEAoxT .' U 11}'Jt ;j SWPBF r POm'fDBY--'r' :U $$thought it might do good to publish iU ,to WI, liaR,1tt
:.,)l. .d' U!:': N56COthCC121tt BOMaZ& h :i" :' She ze4 of.remedies.it done t 1b
iP -, "- ,. ,. : 4 a.numberj .her .
).f-tt .< Daval; IKilitia Claimants. : '*PFER8., JqR: 1< 1 f fojF1 59od" OTnrOf MinStreet 9'.Nt ork. no good previously./' "Yours, respectfully i rifb Jp! piJd cthi 'j!!

1 f', i flTlHE non-commissioned officers and privates, ,. or Turtle, &UdJJ1I g :TWlne 'of.&U'dei ; ,, ino,. BuuscnperB.nave!laxen me.Type" Foun-U w-- -'LJ.JOBN'jnjjaani,>S7'>Norfolk., 'be plead in.bar.of their recovAUCTION ri .V ,! &

; .[- -JL-in Captains Bush, Pricey and Suarez' com : tip"ion8-orkl LeadaRoei i; at., &t.1.-t : and'wll'cont1nue-the, tuairieM Jately (1Pt.-4 Q: 1t Jt .!J.l' -;" r llU U h 1 :- illi01'i\)\ .". l JES l'i
i. path iFlorida Mounted Mllitiafor, service in the: A1S' O 8'o conducted by'Robert Taylon 'Theywill attend iJ j t .rT.OTflEJJADIE& i e 11 J J :!!
.. descrip an ine. .), !; ;P ; __ :F.4 J:''-
}:t years'1838-9;who have not yet signed the necessary tie Nets and SeinesrrFishing SeinesV witfcand to 1lorders they,may-receive with,punctuality w.GBEJ..7 ElJfA. _1 :_ "
j I relating to their claimsin the handeftheundersignedarerequestedto I :: s.nd4lisP-r.:: All th e manufactured 'l DICpr U ;4 N TICE '
l papers, without bags-Cast Nets; &Cy &o.': Persons in Tri by f i o .
fj dosb without want canbave jjn D DESCkipnoiTof t"o '$ them>ill be Hand Cast;'andthoy'w l1 furnish for In9ipient consumption and gnandspee4ycure 'l .i'f''Ior.-:1t1)-tt 1 ,.t'AT i,. ( .,.:.U'r: 'if'
,t. n. delay: The papers to be signed are left with made to order and shipped to 'their address lie all kinds-of.Pri7lt 'Materiats6t ihe. besYquali U for the'geriefal!prostration of the sysiem, no
.1 .' t.j Got,Pons,'at the Post Office,or maybe signed 1; they will please'xame length,depth, and size of Jt"n.loUr .. ,! .. Ojer il III' 8U1' .e po"tN, III Usupenintending matter-whethef\ther.result of inherent-cause, ': J'.oI4 it i:ti 2Sth fo f thaW
ih.1iiiheit bidden
\t r1\ At ny office.. GREGORY 'YALE, mesh in their orders. thmanufauniig department.
: Letters or,causes produced by Irregularity ,illness or '
? 1 i' .'* .Agent Duval companies.itiJteksonville ot"'iiiq'hl..J \Pidi4et6rs of uespaprs4'ivhd ,. the Stesimef Orphea as;sha fabw e g$
't : promptly answered miU'r Te : id _
. :by oth rirl 6.J1 < I, ace eQ H' 3y. "?gyP' __* Tyjra'y _.___ *??? !*** with all.her.tackle.a ,
bt consiiNcbobleaBlck
.Jf March 41848., tf ertIse1 foz the subseI1ri1w (LapP .
I.t : ,Bos nMass, Sept.9i848.4: 3 ; may p tj Nothing caD be more surprising than its invigorating
.1.0'h ?""\f' f' \ i iI kbiE.ui. e fortbree D nswiU;tie tl d effectsontbe human frame. 'Per '&cand q Ii
; : t .; f / :; .NOTICE. ; 1'' Fifty Dollars' 'He ward i, II 'rOiTe'pi'ffdtiPitottpUrCha "' 1i i tiu ij sons all;weakness arid lassitude fron itat .6mItks, ?' and< _,;carpenterwtool&. ; :
taking "
; '
: t CJX WEEKS after date, I shall,apply.to the Q-i-tt 1" z :nrr wL die ainount'df tbeir bill Wvertlsln > .t H.! O i' .
.jJYIrlHB\ '
become robustand full of ,
:rii,. !O'Honorable! theJudgeofProbatesof, Coiwabia -j -Uli l BEGIVZ : ;OJd Tpe taken fn'ex i :fornewafo, t \: ones ; .. energy under A splendid, Ulhbeeu :1"'" ,
nigntd : its influence It.imme at 111. .
t .. County forrXetters'of! Administration | "sion'anCBife' PJn i 'p' i Ib' 'P' 11--- .w/-.; .:";l A"IIT., nerrelemess. of the female trim cpunteracts4the wMch la the 'girie.ulia gooc1order and cosa b. fIII '
1 of Joseph GIUdeceued,1at ofWd : delivery into nI''I "'-D Tfi TWitti ;h1 itJi8' ,,'." "' nt1."n,1'L &. .... 11
f I $ _the:estate .ii'Duval; 'County'Jail of the : J < : W8n'fis' greit cause bf barreririess.:.H** t" : 1Saletocommencest2c1c1ock 1- 1. ,!l1
DANIEL H..CHAVEBS., caatit tJila" 1.1' V. .
: county. 1owingnegroestowitVenI" :' : printdi.. tblishzent. 1' J.2 : It;will noIbe.exp ctedofui,1nc: ses of so J" "'_
1i 61 LAWZ4 r, AugUt12,184&": '$: ,6w, ..f? I. abaTa Vo ;. eor ana, a ?ri,-and-, man what, dSJ I i" .:", I 't,;' r oIwmTING'tITAn01r.. ,..,.,' delicate a.nature,.to ttficates.flf curesperbrxned 'For lurther particulars, .pplr t?. _. -
'_ ?S :Successoi'e' to'D ,4I at Madison,Court Uou.it' .." ,: '
j !t I : ;J m istror'NOtIce; ; ,;- ,J since dren the she above has beea nataedTenis'absent.:supposed l1Uhth'toy,e horned be two U gi'_ "'1).l h q'i'__: .:q w'.>.'18C481r".4Jf'')1..1. : .v.ftlJ. ., ffeiaNeck f liu areai'ot1.tiWe.C&l e 1iaebeeneiorted assure the aflicted to*us.es .-..that., ; %4 .i r a ik B. NOYE"
v. t
iTti r kLL'PERSONS J' ted in heEith.o1, r1 or three,and EllIcUc,;an did African manl .i'-i f 'AOIES1JJfac Filet I : ':D 'T riDt[ : M'i1 being greatly his.4'eesect .at M12nCJLSet.30,1S4&. -. '. .!" .
notiAedLThaton Mitt.if "
.t1. late Joshua Milder, &I' horeby -, 'tI' 8ijfr '
t the -The'i b and;
! -; :fugitive slaves-have; b7e1& geneaI:4ebUIty: and
i" the lstday of January 1849 ![ been absca LiIk d64 M1 1 ; -
} fOr nearlrt011f7eU&1; : hJOIIMIONS Hi1iad.1Aeo'Bpu suffering continuallyaby:'painjmdiwitlu.other >i't'ir' \V' ,
l .i1 my.tcppunts,end vouchers, &lAd.' 'Jtcrttonrille'Mfcrch _th___ : tnBobb1i Ch'ecbdcambnf i';WhItI1I! I: IIffieuItieaad: having known cases wleeyoui .! i moli t' u. .; b- i

il'1 ilnis&ator:& 'theHon.Judw f P otetes,in L1! ._ _t t .I S 'r.',. _. _.? ?V '8j6m'1-.. "' '. 'rili B1 f.'EtgIn r BobineM I1f" *lii dWiI..h.. ; teffected-''grek1;ewes.rand"' -.'. U. ;' bg48IxWeeI '" \" ? .
A1ohiu& tfi'a. ,wttlement 'Net Shall Side if "oICh114 *- i.-i'ray. f f +9 vrmmft vdjaTllptty .
! d for j finaj : B son Idaekenl Batter he recommende4for : c1i! h. .
: air ;
p'OB p.bjBnig '. : ; % ieHoa .... "
,do ,Qeate L.B. U .U ; ;.
t t aCt abrg, o .;.. ibUOPj Ci.ifc indkiil|>T0] Ih" end Bron SJiIrtsBI.a' .deIcrib iiI 1tt&I ed .boUle'of-1ouit Extr, t'fiO 'Ii" C i1b1 C. ,i, t1.J '" .i"'J"M
t JI of1&t".4teie.a6i.sba1t; ; pray a I .f Jwt!reeved : 'H.,,KelloS !'SbIgOanbug i. an .JWp# ...; ..',& d.'A"'t wJ .1. 4.m -, i' I"'n:'' .-tI ,
Jdit II .
<"' r .c"U"tJ'ro'f'SOS1AHSECltlNGIBA r. il 1ad.1er 1t O gm 'I'Ie b, ,, ... :; ,.- .. h .i' ." ...! ..--., WI r,
b1 jt&t U *tIt.e '
.- 1f.tt .,_;Ja reeoIftd and { rIDnt.tlittr 'ort 'N .- 011&141. co\. ,"t ii..dt
fbr tof "l
'! JtWU&, Iu1y 1"- 1848.h val Jnljfil I. l. bID. 101122.' lI1 'bt N ; 1 ,".<. 'f ,i1iv< \= D'A.NDIi" 'XVJAIIN'. '

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