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: December 2, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.ICI"tranimitled- .Ub.?.adY.erusemen marked wththtnnmbeiuired [UBLIC-No- .76.3" ; II 'to-* proceed from* *41at '-portjrfsfcYet ?--f t/i 1iiidd( + Un.'. \NT[ 7< Jl1l\ tjndl'r'Itq : #\{ 'mfVP> &e0nius|?.St8itr i. *:fii,

II' '; :: Mtirmeuta.l1ot' continued untilforbidod L' \ entering i. {clearing.. ';* / '.snp, pft11.P 'if/.h tW oVtfo h-Bj-WTvit VT!UltiiJ. : "-
. ... ,will AN .ACT ,supplemental: tom act, to. ,. .h JI'1t.fj-Iot \ ." f : lit
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. finsertofll charged for.' .i ,confirm the surveyof -1 catioxLofclaims ; thfeshall 'cns tM."f.1t""t' -; u'p.,. JI, n e i .t ttate", ,\0,,,,., lanB.. T f..QeflD1r. '',- ., OnU ll.'i, ve: ttr !&JJ .. i :

S"1 I: ta'FYe.olar.! will be charged for all announceBIBU for lands in. the State o/Mis-; .: b&hinsuchToruras5the' ? rtsi"r SecMry JJisJJ f1:01-rr :"I.n'A 0.t tDe.fUca"..: .. .. .gC4. lec10B'1ei 't I:t g i'ft VWJ bg.sf1't if! '.' I J

ofcawSidales for ofhce. sissippi-east of the Pearl river And' ) S ftheTreair9. m Y r c "P t 'tHlri ." !! 'l (.)S fI'Jq i nib ) ,f hHt n f l Ot-l ki 7M 4Uzh f. !
810 00 : ded3 SuchesseTs' enrolled- nQ.IceD.. DIt tmJ.ctel.f.tT9tlU'Se1J, e \iiPo". f
ne. for Six Month z i 80 t\rRtJ i3iie1f hf .1 1
One qa south the .i1greeof. w Li-J 0't J-r
jIoticetoDebtonandCwditora; : 10.00 .north latitude.ofl thirty-fiJTst March three:> sed hall 'no.beuierchandke 11v' dii_,:rt ,p-., -'V, tt.l\tmr'f 7li.: .ntatt-qC) ..' r"u'.Jne. .tfedth1esfrobUte 'if .oti.r' s'suntrPt N'Jip; ui.g: e 1y(
: approved .f- VfT14 -
of Administration S>00 fto'carty t for tea t '9 0, $8 .auem l I"Th'iam .. lot
for Letters ; passengers ,' t1ie'S t i ffOfS( jr
i' /pplicmtion hundred and )' !! :> <' "'-' tDii1i .
uc&l.will be inserted gratui-, 'eighteen if forty-five. ,, :' 'tfrid" ;'ThiJ.t 11i' hethirtipLhdayq$' S PH 'r". .}" ] 'I .
1" All religious ? pr r1tdJfli1" 'Y"I kJ t"'t-h
j ji U pay f) "t1f- !' ,e se ; .Jr I Ivitt ,
...u. -' Bit, enacted bg4e1e4cuadjIQzt.e owner'or-8ny! chtv ss l li t r tak Wg''iJut'su t thuer, net..a; :.Ui&t. tJ PU1._+o l1 heti. J, ..OOCfl i.oi. rt8 dt'i .tjlltltl1JI' # I r.
ilr admiuabl* personal conraunications't U1, of .Representatives. _
.: a All ; ;li ensehiZI: l: ite jf tt4 '.Ill ; ofoer.ng.on-4', ." ,,'!c n"lgan.: 'I Lopies ofjIiU&'dWd B1&V1I'P&htM \ I I
J- teirgey < II adertiaem60t. of jSmerica. in Congssciseinbied1: such form aidVfdf 3uch 1 mo nt 'A8 die lluU erCtuaore' U1C f uae1'"iUJ: .u.e &.'. b r t1 i\' l aPriaJ lS IrWKestlvt

,'. -- Ajl bills for Job Prialing mast b. paid. on the all cop fir In ed_claims, and seUlemejQ.t. .Secretary*Wof ftl"':Treasufy : f all!pl = eoltectioh' *district: 7i';-i.be* ,,and.the::---anjsPyi '" < Y! '_ ... .:- ; :" ,t !H
SIT av/: *
" aV,,eryol the work.. rights for I lands situate in theK State.of 6cribe, 'conditional I..ihat th aid vessel fahr;ea'to, and made;a'part,ofl :R pf'.e8ef t&viP f'll ili7Tll l'i' :fq I
b addressed ,
.' VT AU communicaf must to Mississippi, east of the, Peail river and. hall t engage U1"my*nb1awrQI.tra.a :the f}.collection! .district. i. ,of*Chicago-1) -J.ie HIt.C-11. > .", h 9fi'- n.ll L:' J 'Si%;!
.GILLETT. postage paid. *? > > -A lJ''t C' ..
f'o .xciD3TCS C. south of,the thirty-irst degree of north, :violate'the* "5tevenuelaws : St a 'lh(- i8. ? -: !
-. ,' florintny way '-: 11 qatthefurnistfedtb S cie(:ri. rSti rc 6r' .t'w i:3 :
latitude, which had not been actually of the United States'," and-sliall PhO'fJ5, August7i848., : I
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. the-ground, and for whichno I.j ( ;.' :.. t.'dJ1 n.iIQ't't.tW.n 1f1 5
pn comply w tp' the,,laws .Ii i all other:rest' ; j"' '< ct .t < &eV .ulS.1- TIC l 1
ATTORNEY Jacksonville AT LAW, Fla plats. of .actual survey had .been1 returned .pects.flf -'- -,* '. .. ; .-".Jtift 11t1. .J rp :.lc No,>82.),\ '0" ;Unit dsSt t@s" a'i 1ij l ii ni8er'. t I :1 ijsfW I t
II i 1fitL practice in all the Courts of the; Eastern to the. su'rvey.or'genera before) office the;-. .SEC. 2. :./id[, liz tV3furtherenacted{ :
south, of Tennessee on or That all such i in all : nessee-voluntees. A ; the'statutes-at large, wnb'
I.. Circuit.WM. first day of January one, thousand. pects, except above,!be subject, to res.the;; "\Be';. enacterd by,*tl eSeTJatt'ani.1o t: 1tofOrer deive J 1:; j

, F.;, CRABTREE, hundred and thiity-nine, shall be, and jaws ofthe United States: ,.,and,shall te: of Repfeseiifati'ces* of*
rr if TORNEy AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. are hereby, confirmed, according to liable to seizure: and forfeiture! for any' : Bm n. Cyngr&s, assembled That by 'lav-tGbehedone: ct.cop 'I t I:

. Jacksonville, Fla. actual surveys hereafter' to he made as violation ,of the prpvisionv! of this,act. the Sejcreifary b>, and he;is hereby" att* for the)1s .or5tid:'clerk's pfHcV -9J 1 { I i

r *'}L.L attend to any business entrusted to iiis herein provided for, in the same man- I IthoriieH. and.difected.ta pay, ,t'9ranY saidco&rtsl. *** bnJS.4i 'tfli 1 \ 3 i iAN
" fA1'nOv
f suds in any of the Courts in the Eastern Circuit ner that said claims actually surveyedon SEc. 3. :flnd be it[further enacted, moneysf Jd tbe' treasaryhoot otherwise : a ;
.D A.ti& st'7 ';JS48," ft }
, of Florida. the ground, and returned to the surveyorgeneral's That.all such licensed yachts shall use;, appropriated; :the, mounted JT.ennesn '51 l./.hrrt,. d-ffl btHj j

4 office at' the,jirne Aforesaid a signal .of the form, .ize,. ;and colors-; '.5 volunteers- who> seryed.iutbecom.'C -, ", : nH' 2'!!
AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT '" "' [P Btfd N }S5 J J r
the the ; <( !
are confirmed by the act to which prescribed by Secretary patucsof paiis willespie; reak ACT for di.viuingnh7.tote j
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t't'Rl\E*! AND JQiJNSELLOR AT LAW, this is and the Navy, and the owners thereof shallat: Verhoh and ;; : ]
a supplement ; surveyor ; RogErs/( jiteenhun.
And Commissioner of Jeeds of the State of Con general is hereby authorized and directed all times, permit. ,tbe.; naval architects: .dred andliiirty.-sixj'tV l p.lg hd.sum'Of, Georgiat X hto?rtwojudf!S ia!?diatri tsj j l J i
: and :
1 aecticut, within and for the State of Florida. in ( organ wing i stabllfrnng dnadditionaIistrjct'
1r JACKSONVILLE, )A. on request of any party .interested. theemployment.ofthe UnitedStates fortycbnt's per 4y for the;use and risk1cens t r ,1
and the model said 'ft -Jf- _"- "' V e.Ynted J JI t
of .f-
aU1ine '
to < / ,
of said claims .e ; .
cppy :
7p the d ; ,
to day ,
cause survey o : pJ ee. per_ States ,vIt1i! tij1
S CrcUit1utlpi* $p.n4jurisdicti 1 f
*f ir'I* 411-J t i
J CHARLES P. COOPER without delay and at any time betweenthe yachts:: ;>? r for forage.. ; frum'the ,itrS.Y.9r ovem- -i .f a, ba- .i4BE ; .
*'" p. !
, >TTORNFY AND COUNSELLOR AT JUAW, passage of,Uiis act and th'e' rst day PP :AttgUSt,_. _7,, 1848.., .' : : ber,*: eihteenhunired.an&thirty-six,. it f eU'Wli 1.S.i'H t.. 11i 4 ,11
Will practice in the several Courts of the Eas of January, eighteen hundred'and fifty, 1 :th&dateftbeboderQf Ge.n,. \Voo), :un.tiI1 -;

. fttrn Circuit of Florida. to be made and returned to'! his'office,-. [Fondle-No. :79/. ]| !the d& ..tv: r j Uy d. cli g d, .I11lttrz.ea ofRepeeethJea3f'thz( ( Unft d.: tJ. I f' 'i

p -Jacksonville., E. F.. Nov.. 26, 1847. and he shall certify the return and. platsof AN ACT to cjhange th .:ptafce kJf hold aedi'g'ti: iai 1 'v ,.from'L tthe* ;.b'lic V'I aer-, -St tOf i G CdJ.ltcrru Ofgi sti cUtem nJtieJiJ.q ThIJ1'Jtthe tl t $J J.

I CHARLES H. PELOT, such actual survey so made. to his ingthe District:Court ofitbe United) "l.1 vice-'Vj. i' Propztled1Said: "allowances I shall same i is hereby, divided.into iwpjudi" t
/ % 1
p. office to the register and receiver for States' for themiddleUisriettpfriAla; | -' be/:made by the accounting; ..oncers up-: cial districlsfin kn'n 1 t
.1 .r followjfna' ttf
lands in' the Augusta district for, said, bama, and-for other" J ouvthe and like. -
purposes sauiprincipJe .upon .the.---. "*" -* \
J Little River. Florida.WILL .fc '?! ;:Wi : -JI itist'I :
1 practice in the several Courts of State Arid. the surveyor general,.and Be'it 'enacted'by.'iKe m!t'and J-u ':;proof as:. :aterequired( #in'otb. er?cases, Upson 1onroJd ej :r lif ; : j i

, Sutern Circuit of Florida; business entrusted he said register and receiver,/shall regard Representatives of"the pntted Staiejiof !' where similar I a1l9wance4are. made*> by cock, WnenqColuiiibI 1lncfiiH : 'Iit.

.S ito. bit care, will meet with prompt attcnti p. these claims and plats of actual America'iti'Congress assembled, That Ia\y.-' ;..j----------. : .! :H'i,: .,'0 .t counties in said! Stateouth'OIJfishall : i..

p. survey, in all respects; uponthesam.e' the;State of:*Alabama hajl beV'ahd'th'e7 ? "APPE<>VED Aigust'7, 18484S .compose''on r
t I FORWARD & ALDRICH, footing with the claims confirmed, ,as. same is:hereby, divided into three.dis-] ., ; .. the.'southerri "disfrlfct;,faod. : the/ 2 t t

) ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. actually survey ,fJ'pozi the ground, by tricts in manner"'folio wniff; tox wit:' [PUBLIcNO.83.:] 'f O!'shallibe'lieJd'.as j eiIiiD :j

t Wn.L -practice in the several Courts.of LawJIIId said act to which this is a supplement. The'counties of \ "Washington, AN ACTfor ..the Telief of those pre thnes w" a o\iiB l t J I

J t Equity, in the Eastern Circuit Florida.. and subject to, and entitled to, the ben- Baldwin l Mr5 ';! mnt on' claimants "the,Miami !l j.)
J WM. 'A. FORWARD, St. Augustine. SumpterClarke, t upon, l I h w'at" Saf'ann tI 'fII J .11.,
LEWIS ALDRlcn,'NewnaD8YiUe.-. Befits of all the provisions of said_ act; .Green, Rck ns, Wilcox' ronroeCne.1 1.- lai4sii' indiana; who by.weits r-j Jtrou'p, lerrjw t tl $; j {

. s- provided That if it shall"appear to the cub, shall compose ,o one'district ,l.t\Pic. '-s 19- 'theMexicaa. wlr;are entit a I Morgan, GreeQ .M&. jI
7-v *' < IC pr t4e
& *
> D-E'W.AAL fr.om the plats of actual : ]land: ; : < ii. ':1i-tllfrl !
surveyor general, be called the 8Outhern'.district It ::15 tor.boupty .. 11 .LincoIip. 1''sZ, n' .a\1 "Z"ue b"",t

, AUCTIONEER.JACKSONVILLE. surveys already returned to his court shall be held for'the said districtas /. !,1 8Bt.it'eii, tt d'iY' G- ial Ju,1.J1l : -c uIties \ 8 idQSf te'\b'9 t <. .. "tit I
E. a' i'm'7-j
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. office, that any of said claims cannot heretofore atMobile.S: .: -1- ; ofs.e U .i'1., It
lh I
., IJT SALTS m any part of tb, County attended 4'J&cWlitC9 f 'I t S il i clp t t : tJJi3' ; r
on the
be actually surveyed ground, m l '
. 4. and respectully solicited. now claims The counties of Montgomer ;"Autau- JJiat 'clia"no erD'tdJWJcljllli1 '.; !I I!

.. Jacksonville, May, 1848. owing' their conflict with,other, ga, Coosaj{Tallapoosa,.ChambersVTal- inose persons-IV- >.'wnp- ; are.enimeu' ip.uyuo It'O* ; :,- .beitIeId.fof'1the: 1 'a d dl' l t' t M1t i,t.ta1Inthe .

already confirmed as actually' surveyed ladega, Randolph, 'Macbh/RusSell/Bar-/ ty land warrants. for one l hundred. ,aI 4sixty : county f.Cobtil Ylil SntrnIr jj i1 f
JOSEPH \V. FITCH, i on the ground, by the act to ,which this, acres"' 'in.virtue: :of.theTr, own- sericcsd'urib t 't\ :
bour, Pike, Henry, Dale'Coffee1; Cbv-, .. ,>* -\i'i\ ( 'Sc2;' :'dbeiThtihi !. '6)07.J. !
HAVIN established himself PALATKA, E.F., I it be lawfulfor i.
is supplement, then sjjall he present war with cxiCd -. I rsli ll bf iwo"ier.\
11th :
ington LowndesDalasiPerryB fthe t i
u GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTwill deprived ; ; I'r' ii'-' r f J'-'i f :
; him to grant to the claimant so and Tuscaloosa shall'hereafter may likewise. ejitued) ; district court f ';th < '
attend to any buijaess tnt agted to his Shelby, \, "( rfi.I*} Ji7 v .U : no ern cl f
i lure with despatch of his location" a warrant. as' district !be'can d the lb' tbeiit of. pre-emption upon:\jbe h l IdatIatka) )
one ."' ,- u r
compose '-.d IIj 2'-J : : l rj 1
1 November 19, 1847 tf jprovided by ,the fourth section of said middle district, and 'a court shall "beheld J, M.1amEaIs; i*in.Indiana! ,J.P nder. .t'-t e..Uotthe act: ', :) r t"b.egll bn.tke aecO \"d i Ia V 4 4 j
ji --- j7 B. CUBBEDGE act, without causing tho survey' .to be for.the.aid,district:;at ;Mont ome-. "third of August, e.ighie> :a >aaun(*'ldredatidortysixnal1 k-.'. \lprcbnd! itfreieid .djn )Jj
made. ry. And the residue,Pf th "couo\ 'of..said ** .Jivtf.o have* .;the. -*-:'priyifrfr -' ep.tember b il lt.\b 'a tlic\ljlidpoi of :;
BOOK SELLER AND STA IONE ., SEC. 2. And be .it further enacted, JegQ. r Jfesy .
i ,State shall-hereafterompOse the s w.wy2SR t .t.ed"Stat .s! t fSfzitf3 r r
Joath aide Market next door to Ver- :been < G ;
, square, ( That all warrants which have : r"Jpfare ttfo tIe tiaqtto ,
: payment
, distri and ga:1tlg .
still Luffboro &.nutler'. Shoe Store.) north n qf Alabama- .a f I < : hereby r q aJl) d fie, ijl : i
; hereafter j tnt
.orwhichshall i
; heretofore issued court', hall .beheIfortbesarne as. they -. : establish their..r.jght:. l' fores idri- ? t't er i # .
, Savannah, ,Ga. '* li 'Mt1ffc.lft -4.i.II ; i1'fi: isA : .44
I. I3T Orders from thecountry will be prompt- be issued, by tthe surveyor'general Jiere fore, at,RqD s. ilJe,! ofpre-emptipn-"rt ?:r saidwarrari- t 4t to,.ge.V'esti-%' thorizedrnores :)1ndr ulr d dto' ifd tJ itol ; 1U..f

. Sj filled at the.lowest prices.Marck south of Tennessee, under the provisic ;SEC. 2. dpd be>. -further exacted, .mated;'i.n-.F.q J wjien received.'/.' Sti.aforesaid 4 -.1 at. : p cialit r'n '$!: f MdtfIx ch ; i4
, 11 1848. of this act. be and they are here- thsum ojjone 'd91i an lventy1ive.nthrdr : .
ly [ ns !y ar-, tf Inth s"O lDlo ii
That the next .terra ofthe district court ? P ff li; -1 f' Wi'i ; : I.9r
"" .E r.
authorized to be upon any : 1uh acre there\a contained, t '
by, lithe if
I WAI. s. tLA\VTON, : ,for .the said middle\ ,;district,> and every -TKat"ln; t. ;' court or the1ptz1! : 'cdnTenWficKshailJtequir J
sale at private entryintheStategfMississij3Pi JProvt'ded
lands to ,ncase1-baiLthe
subject it VcrbS lofriciP r. ; w; ; i\ f i.
shaflbeheId'atMont- ,
FActOR AND COacIIS8lON, r.lEn HAN ., in apyof the term ,. government bereauiredto( r1. efun&( any SEcMtftiBtB
Qharlwton, S. C.EFrLENCLSE. land districtsjn said.$tale, in the' same gom.ery"and:t e .1 lekand, marshal :of, 5- -.t : i-c dj :amouL ofiaid i f
exceSs That the
I ,. fefmi5 seconchMondav in March afijl iSI-t.
said middle jstrice 1.l.J .1.'
4i ,hereby requi- ,0.1. :
G. Jaudon, Jack1onile ( '
Esq. near
said above the
that warrants are now:authorized warrants ... pnce.ofA $w gr
the second2 '
E. F.; GOT.. .J. McDonald, Ga.; C. manner : To- be located in .the Augusta, "red,;.forth with,.Jo.rernqye.:all..th ..,book s.; -. tact/pr. claimed' 'I"lii1J to be.1 entered 1'J-and. Monday in September ia ;; ; .
, I Funaan, Esq, Charleston, :8. C.; Hon. .fl.' "' ,and papers anda.recp ds belonging ,tOt|' II 't each'>,yeafsfihall bis?rgitirn Wyffrt t.
land district. 'I bouJrth tract. ciimea ,to 1be entered
..Embre Charleston: & C. :- : ,.. ias writs"and'eiedutioh3f retqnablertd tbd J
t -ROBT. C.,ryjNflLROp their i .respectivpiVpffice i ..from: Tuscaloosai .5 afod4eed iO.jtti/s/.I.'b- 4 .j
. February 19, 184S ay atUie.rate YI said district-court" j
be 4.
I Speaker ofthe House of Representatives.G. to Montgomery. -- } ihJ"dta a ,'in"i'\ ti1 .se ., heldTc 'thd d. n
W8 8uip ,
l M.' DALL B .." ; tnei ".i \ :northern a stncrt Ma>TeKay aft!thtf -I
I ; 'Szc:\ 'Mffi t'iJ.l f rt4 r".ina rd' .S.- I l1.i-- i
:'I CLARK ; :fAVSQN, Vice.Presi4cntof the,United States and 'That S all' S causesFatlaw' ,. 'cHancery.: -tne--.,.i ballanceot.( 1'tue) purcnase.money. ,of'I r parties tpi such.Vuitaf ifift$3U$1 9re& t '. ,
f FACTORS AND GE.NERAL COMMISSION bR- I ..President of the, .Senate. ? : 'in M"f tl'pending : BalU trctsnalLbe.. Dillu.tn. cas. ',tlifnwi{tliaBinrilflrfOimKIHiSWM. r '
: J &\ S 'I. it) ''i) d'gJ
( HJ
Savannah tender their.aerviw 1-ed 5 IS S. in the1. said'i district. court, tMobileWdHuntsville ,-" -r1' "U. ;
August .
CKAMTSj GeorgiA .App. < AP.PJtOVED-ugWt'.L". .M..y., I under ;1Ll #: "S itJt iJl
L-POIK. rbr ih trfecirauitcourt "cU fIT 4'w ) t" # :7" h .qc _
and solicit JAM.ES .
to planters and others consign ,- ) -.cl i tl
laetilgoa cottonrAnd all other kinds of country'product. -" ,. of the United.Sjtatei at.Mobile,}i'nwhich tlJ', ::Rsaiwrioimuc' ttlflsY Nb f,""1t..f'1'*. .t cribiihirderttt? IfrtVe.'lfd.uClbk :iereidhid I Ii

They are Agents,.for the celebratedEtowab I ., : I', [PuiLic-No. 77.] k the de.fendantbr defefl'danVs're-\ ; ::R'l S '\ .f'uliteft t..p..r' ., l. 'i 11a'.Ii J Jr ilid ia I'o'iVJt1 .,. !1 1iitLh'
: Mills, of Caes county; from lionitiiey'ire ACT authorize the 'i issuing a tide -- district"jiP-f -,} -H-H-Hi-- ;.. \.. ..._ \ p -;..j I ,; !s I1AgCY < l.l.if .1? } 4r1SgtJ4
weekly supplied;vrith Flour,:fresh groun4, AN to in' .the..4D1dd.1.. as berepyestablishedVatfthe ''ment. 'trf.lb(1'1.ft. ,months extra ...paylj t nUaB i.fJii1lW. ;

* ,;it .and.equal to Nortjiern.flour. .Thejr also keep I register! .to,the bark Marj Tercssa.. timerof servjn prcK- "'"'.0. J JtheSffiersinon.eommsioned of.S r'f.hatit l efifi .I t Wt iiii& !: 1(
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: f n hand, constantly, osnaburg .ind:>arns, Beit, .enacted by ithe Senate:and',Hou e,0f'Representafivea. cess, shall be transferred for tiridl'to'the :' -cels 1'..mUB''V''11'.1' "t ana'f!; Ucp privates[ it1 woo ntli dh ; fdrrffi't j
4''I tae Eaton$jn, Car rlght,Planters, and 'of e1Viitedats district/court; f.' the,,said middle district -| 4.':'' -t'fu'f.1t'' in.the! H.it"1 ;)with.1fl jt '. i-p gri \ IC'fW t # jii' l.
1 "vwar Shoal manufactories, which,they sell at ; Serv' u. n' !1 : ,Savanna p tli fthi irc\t itco it.r rrthd l. t
'I Ii i ('t h juanufacturipg prices. of America in1'Congress Assembled: That'lherefb and' be proceeded/ > *ri :
iJ. t
Much 11 ; issued under, theidirectjqp.of ;and determme ;jn.-fethe&amemanner ;I.S1' a'hundred and '
V Jk 1848. t.lm ? : : ,ntheteentneighteen. tvhere: 1 &daats>ttadrniihft 4.
. .tbecretaryof-Treasury .,a'register fasthougl{ ...g'Jyced commep- 0 (ffJJ l t !ItJ.i"" ..wo U4jJ/ Nrfrthferri "
: ) > HifrlCt ai1
Ii '# ,. Re/dKU-
4 C H.IL, p: ::nt; H ,1;, for.the bark. : l y:' inor. e.ry! .or' prosecuted w thesaidcpurt; : 'lr; j01fD; o 1I1, '"%: i-l'tf\h't en-7 .t ana.\J:!ciit: iii 1ish d) t'ihsQ tiin J? ('*'' *jnImctf i I

A VALUABLE I SCIENTIFIC iORX.upo"f1. encb e s eltitit} wp\Vqe(1:1iY: and(1tshallbetlie! !, duty orbecerks' I Reers4vu f'teInie J. : '
the irobj ct ofiO station and.hild.Birth', ,ai.F q saidcourts at' Huitsville 1t1j4I ap 4& Sthe .o'- : iiif'CbIiJ.Wa'lIr"s .SLpJesofS SSj' lI:be trni t f tJ':)i1j.1 1t.iHstri .
ra ca
.0I Miss lhqf, M. D- late of;aris/just. I than;!. p Loge ;8-/anr't-) -( bile sitti"tra */*VJi to the.clef t o1 rfbJdistrict !}oi'lh'"P ..ii tt... hj ; .t; ,,'t"."edi .t cb. t11fdnh19UfJfi". .t ti ta\'M"L. -
'u ushed by the.nu\ or., t' 'Jo.it. |.Z ps;ot-Jaltimoi: :: ,|i in:the State of \Mu- r.'ii/ \tw i>*Jf if-*$ t'j'tiL' 't:'e tra'' *1 a'; -t'> f9'2ji r and J be-proc ed d 1 B,.ti effrflijudgedIand'fdetermioedt'ialKtatf t I

4 tJ'Work contains informnU'on upqnsub3etsQttbe .rylandj :and>which',said vessel 1 havirig court .at .Montgomery the on 1f4't'bJl firttflectiott.oFtKe act, approved. ; ; ; ; iiam a

highest impqrtance to!puirriejl'persons, been Hyrecked* 'and- c ndem'riqdfrn. : 'the3heapeake .gina1papersjp 8)1) cUse.Ii rebyr dered :'rU' l ,;Attferbifiietf i hdr. 'dui1f ZB9 i*sitho,,/* iWrj ni.afiiLiilL-I.:
. 4r. \V f. jK-if. J : :), : 'j II U T';) tThierjht ifn ft
those 'M
contemplatingmarriage. JLtwill"benud : : ; i be trun8feried; g \ :!lt '!f lh officers .
I ,Pfehas been jiaired ill. o. .1 ; .oji! nonommls.. iced '<, 03esated'iaard. i
' to of special "-value to those whosemetfns, hahaIfbe pHall arid {bili rrAd4ings : ti' ;fv."" .t' .IsionCu1cersmuSicians 1 t7k.
. .at :. irovisled, script Orders .. 'ao". privates'r i\, shall 'be. the duty 11
114thf or other circumstances do'not:permit great expense tif r ". "' f; i' :cof l i j
. 'SS! to increa c.the n-mbu..otj their'family, proved to the satisfaction'of the:Secretary -,. I' had thereon &1t i1 [! .r\'YIJ 't.'l'een)iiHJtl a .ervlce; HVNtt. 1'th ?: idrl. dRrli" t1:7Sii.ida y;

. ,',' *wmt great InconTenienoe uflfering, or perJJl of the TxrasUr 'Hbat he.tQsr pf; I i S EC.d dlh, :t ftri lf:t. 1 f 'I t tw r..w fi M3xi.wan. :'wb1 .' et and: U1edgemnaf lv.PBmif't rh '

*.*wk of life.-':AinethoI of nvoi4ing.the e.' the repair -made-in-th-United States,' TJhat all laws, or, .part..'of' Iiotitia4vnmg ; ,served out'th' : erb-ortb' Gp 9o e!jl.'eipr clerk pi tneaistrict'court arMaiWtfath'eoriginat'papertf i I
wbles and receRtiJy 18tm.t J..tt-l'J U !
&twfll "
dangers ( ; fourths;-bf* (het6rgtna1th ; or' pte'jHyisJois of] IaVetp i Hoarg an'd cal
. 1),A celebrated French'physician) iafullyithis1 exceeds oppzei : 'en. Inf tilP iwW* 1 -

. COInmUDieate&l in work*,'so that: ny pson7IYai1)4nself'ofit ;cOatqC'i; building!: :iveuel.:of. .f me' B181.: .WJP;"SMMP. hereby, the" 'vi'a'WF' orbei. rfm1.:of:thos'i f'\vhb'" -" brderedtobdiiransTerredrtosfti -. .&

at cncei-f1The'iineaw tonnageb tl')Uni e4 ,States; Jf' 'i ;JJ : repeale4 I 'wA vii, \ s "jffetetx'APPBpVED f !: ';: 'fr< :;1' l:5El9: f\t l'dl1; iL ;ldl fJ irt cr p. h 11Sii& 54I

COat. comparatively, nothing and'l.1SwithiJi''Uie1'each 1. pRovEDrAugustc184 ,t : /.._" I .,*' 4-UgUSt'7i -l-' ,>J IJTit',,! 11_ '... ih' pay:.. .. 'pro eain'g .h'id," 1i r ofall. i-ir-iVW V f" -JB.
J 't l.r ? ,
The-processis ne1rjlaftinfa.1li. L t < ffi '.act I .
s&si r1hetC\1'll1 er
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convenient and cannQt he'k 1X '
injure %
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u matrimonial'privcleges in.*the least!'ofgra' (*Seetetar tth&Tfefl --1.4 #taT,to.' nn Xi t."tt, tQvm. ,{O'l.t1'M 3ifitr c,4t therovUeSeCretaY. I' YA ., ? *. either df ttid!e lfifiL[ !
Copies of his w r1iwiU''OO',nttm.close ; rtlIchiCtCh friJ ai4- 'll "e""1th .B t.'''"PI"j u' t"d J"in. ttTatrjjSI140. ( /4Y !\ t .J' *; tafe -h l- 1 cP\fe'Si.4f''r-i1J1
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> .. Cttpt. H'W1 .of Jl prethiveiAof : l(1tiJ a. 8tqtu :R re! q.V J(' J'J! tlea ,f tatUritt4mmefJ. iN.TiR iilrf PTOIVr i*aftn&nltfsi tortbe'tJmtedrStates 'district .Irlj. JJI,)iueirf'ener n i .
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; ; PJGES4OfI th.' LwiT : d < : navy er defendants.on which:thepkiniiffo
'rRDMPwws ea.t CbtS :uedand aBcf asett"i-nowv: included\ ( .coiwction -
.' 'For sal,bj tOjOtfl$4Lpi122. u on; c e.l:: ; hitre-: %KoivfiFythi:8tnat:: and".House hsattornsyshaILndorskstIhewzjt -

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fs r r tdwriiwhenuecuted and-retureed- -- ,/Ptft.o." .r..< _' _,...... ''. ,:".,&..'". .',, .-'' ..."....1.....;.-"J.d'1! .th i _.if 'J.j. flSl. ftLi,_A ifJ
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: !.*jtiXTiirt| ( 'the,'jttdgcof the:said distnctcourt. at&en either of caid day s shall 'Pf. :T T. ylprs majority over.Cass,.l;451. tfl uat.:bare : Kiozi ;tft\C :+ .., ., J .
i:1. fci li cleric of district oaSunda then the,session of said t t". .c ; .u., boi t. \ f 'U1 i 't. ,i.-I.tf
'. Itii"u J ,appoint a :, ,.dJe i C't ea ""* -i *?*l."r Sv.v-** : .i.-, 22 2-. : .. eofsn" ,'.ba' r.-., :. ) .. .
1T 'U.tl t$3 r iPfW. Jrjhenii district i ,tviw,shall I Court"shall::commence- on- the next day. : ,. ,Thert la an.increase-of 33,220 votes oter the' ':..,'' ""\... w.!' 1't-' 1"IJ&JA. n&. ,d-001";.- ""1ilbI" 'ff1l''L ., f J r...'_.I"If.JJi
.r lde *3.office;-and records -APPROVED August 41 :1848. :, 4ti." .. October election and 'Gt within : ... .ID: ', 2l: : I ,. .: W..nJTe .' 38,098 four and Cotataat ''Irl i. :8
;. file and.documentsappcrtaiQing'thereto, at : L ,. ___" ;. :..I' ,,: ., '.. 2 IPUBU by last nightVm.the Message' years.; The-votes for Cass exceed that of Johnston ;' .. 1h'St, i troDi. .'.hi.. f. a. .. ;q,
; j lof holding.isaid I. court. *'AndI [ No .89.1. .. ef the GoTernor of Florida, irhkh we shall. 'pubiVOi 'f-- the' ': -' : ' $qte' -t 'Mtl. '
ttye place ,1i.j' candidatefor .
4: I;.v7 1 : -'. ?'''** -t1 'I* Sfi } ..1i !* !-V'If*jfrS 'J jw"**-*>---J* -*y*' **< anccessMWhig. "p orer. .' .' -,41t.: jlfctfeperic
.r1r.. .tJ I ..tlie' ,iwid ,cleric shall he,entitled tothesame -AN.;: ACT renevthgCertatn nava1pensioIi 'USA ff.ft -.f next aA week.f .<(* vVv'' It M possesses XTW:no; new-* -' features'*!* >*7 I nor.byr4i31 votesPTtrlor's, vote T.excw< s that I & : :'" ,. ,:

e. fees allowed,by ..law.to.theclerk!; ;. :undextedingih&'befftiot. .of interest J rtcomiojending' '- ,the" BQjne line.of_. pubUcpciicv .. I f. 1't'1J. $.: J. .. .:" .. .: ": 1G1riik
"I" ".I'1'4 ) J. ; '
f..l J1 .?of:;the district. courts ,in .the iptherdis"trict ;\-:'ex. 'It.'" ,. awllt---r..,.' .. Sp tlo&rp a : pe' ;I.n rJ',' .' ._which mMfcstho> "!il+"" ;"Vitrf5 rm-L"'L.1I? *?! *.' !-dcxm;:: -'t'Ynk.-We'bTI:4-I the full official '. ; tHx 4m .- .,. t' ;: .
** returns J
% ['. in said Stat, perform.the:like du- r liOhs.tde gIPeer fi' m .alu.e" ] i iiztefiM Mosxtvr. He; agaiflgge5t4tbCurtof ,).,,-htr""<...". ., '. ..-' e" J. 9 T&t it i t. ,. bor.inoa..
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.I 1rl" vk T.-' / *jsLV", ," -'- ,i ri"j.;. rU rV; *separate*." I' iT I .A .. .,. .. .S.- '> <.. '',' "y 4 The supenier stea PRntiJ.., ( 'tJa.l
liabili1 '
'Jt .. t'r.: ,tie }and( 'be subject.tpthe same he the. :navy,,. a d.to. toeir establishjntnt* A-yiaiif--of a \ .- .-'Chancery". v '" % .ct., ". Thls'Jtickd':1riUII"I.- ..1r1aatz
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; 1 ties and. widows. -n- '' .Hi.i yKtiH and Supreme j Court i the 'a1.J.or! ,: S, "j. 218S51CaSa. w _< ,
U pena1tiesLI 'f \ ? M separate urgea IO j. :
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;t.SEc.7.: .4sdb' tt further gaCtec11/That B.lt ntJCi tl1 ih f"i..SeiH: 4. \election of' '?'iiieiW t&rib1: 'the popular-v *vote.Lr v > .I., -.' 114,592, r.\:.. : mable--paasage oncl'I.:7 to R n.attheristofthV t" ;, f\.'

?!M1r ; .*1ie, ditct, : attorney:arid.the marshal of.southern t ivd:/'j1iSjaIiof He Insists.iH'. upon.the J1;' '; -*'immediate*" *.* ? .'.removal- 'v;* >the. "' ;j Van Burenf' .4. .. >: 120,519 1- ,vtf i

f .:4the_ district of Georgia shall tIlE' .c1i.\' ':V*Ir rur.*i...,, 6' i s.Seininolesfrom- 't.fr 4ivv"J' the -State>*'',.and Jo. x--.i(poinUoct- -- 't'the' Taylor's,. majority overYan'Buren, 98032 w. QJtLTLza, qerk,1GinsoaJ. ., 5t.calfftcres E

, lli. the duties of I the 'all:those widows and.such child 1. ; c j i I"' .C Cass,>103959. PU.WW, Leader of. : J. '
: } respectively. perform .. ..oric.J .hpl.., necessi, o !.strong military force being placed. THOMAS "
'Z !L district attorney and the marshal of the. dren as are now'receivragunder { 'to i. .on'the:, fronti r."' .HIa1,.attentiOntOthS. pow- Yan.B. u'g- :" t! cc: 'Ciss, 5927... >tt'Circumstances'] I&iU(hATe' i.. i1t& (deter
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;:1.t northern district. 'And the said marshal any'of' the a i.oifvJp.a? ..pass "t a- .utI-31&17. agitation, at'the North. ,' "lt 8. --gu1..ftha.'.---.- aU.ng off'In the er to furnish'you'a j l"Ctd t "r Letc

J. }' ,' shall keep an office at, Marietta ; 'sed :prior to thefir *6f Aucusteigh :"reaks.' \ ,t.:r 'perhaps..the time" ,,.-is-at, i&i, .i popular:'f" vote' from the'election ;1844 of 29 has been effected against PiAmiehangesayst. lr .? '.dth>In
r.t:' ." and, .charges for: mileage, in. the execution teen hupdr d a'ad forty-one, (excepting wkabecomesutu: >.7i-.a.State- : ,. deeply'. i ,interest- 220 votes.;, Taylors. .:"'. tCis less e ;than Cia". ';)3; .",. .. 1. fioditMJ

fi t 'r .. of the duties of his office within the law' passed the third of March, eighteen ted.a, the'prescrfation p!the rights of theisiave--, '931;, .Cass'and Van Baron'less than Polk,2477. tr "}t Tajioris elected.- ,.; ,

I&: f ':;, the,said northern,district, shall be computed '- '. hundred '.and', thirty-seven,) and q holder' ,"to"O aamonnee our-\\opinions':' l" and.".feeHags'thismomtot : :>fv-Nem /rThe 'following are.:'.official re-' done change by Whig in. >atnDgthlIeblefa: .'. ., ,,tIbnzsbjfl

l.r? ,..,,'. ,, from Marietta.: those widows ana children .who hare*, ., 8ujbje cti!V'' .! '- :* '*' turns. from:the whole. State: ti any oa of the Democratic public sentimeat ,. S .f f or.ant

p. .; :.. SEC. 8., JJnd, be it further enacted, 'received' ,, pensions at:anyltirne i ; within;: /.Like all!.the Me, uesof Go,. MOSELCT,>'the -. Taylor. ,/ v 5- 40,009 but merely that tht'pttoical policy of U i.

" .. : That. the! ,said i district. OtI.b for' the1district ;:five years'' .priorto' .the* passage of tnis'jact present is cleared anoiOTcibly:written, being. a' 'Cass> ,'L. i1. '. 36,880 ty has been magnetised and attra tej. ,1't for!

l'f('. ";1 .i ., .orthera of Georgia, !into add.lJjji'f"i. may arid,shallcontinteoreceive. plain,,,straight forward, cojnmon. sense' d. u. .'VanBuren, ,. 849 R1iii4 ed hat+and."a feather ,and, a a-pai'of. s i 'no
tI n the ordinary jurisdiction and the same:amount 'as.tbev. haverecelved ment., ''We that It the.last aI JI :*
,n : ,. regret Ife : over Cass, 3129. ., .
\ 'Or' ,pQwers.o1 a district court of.the United under any special act, 'from :;The time have from Mm, t r. :Feeing tott--We felt sowrfl n& ;
) '- States shall. within the, limits of the such d .' the returns.on Wednesday ,.:'; f. :p
: ..ti. special act'xpit : Provided, 4" Tl'Oabl..I."dae'Camp to nJilt'tik -.
:t. ;i:;.. ', rsaid. northern district, have jurisdiction. Such act ceased on or after the firstday Tphe' General *uembly. axpnese Burke.for*.and fear-had anoystj',.2iTat 0Vl"" Gen
:&&4. t.r.-'J ,. of all causes,'except appeals and writs of September, eighteen hundred and The Legislature of the State of Florid aaen>. ,As we 8uppoiOdthe. vacant TJ..S...Senatorship and we ,shoulden't have tables ih adi. .. -, npoi
be filled Mother
J"i;:lic; ; ,\., / of error, which now are or hereafter forty-five or may hereafter terminate. bled at Tallahassee on Monday, an4 organ" ed to at the choice present session of the General but we have kept feeling better Ttiii w. lJ IJc'

c'4: "... may be made cognizable in a circuit And all such pensions as are .now, in I on the succeeding day: : Assembly: is too a morsel not to be sought want an oyster stew every nigiU-/fe. 1\: ,:tp
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rival )
4f'J'i.t' ,/ _", court of. the United States, and I force, and such as are renewed by ,this I In'the House, the HOB. B.A. PUTNAM was eleeted '' ox'by many. d'id Strong feeling Telegraph' t .. ,t1.i

i i&A.: A.zhall. proceed therein in the same manner act shall be paid out of any money' in Speaker,'WM. B.LANCASTER, 'Secretary,I h already been elicited, and within the next I >.ngsays&T: The; Custom House organ- eftiii, -. ;. ::3n$1 D 1 1Pf

.1-": : '. as a circuit court the treasury not otherwise appropriated -.' EEKNEZKR KILByAss'tSec..-THos.T.WILLIAMS,p few weekswe may expect some rich deveJopements. "In.this state we are at 'i..i .

' it-' ".. SEC 9 Jnd be it further enacted, so long as the said i widows shall Engrossing Clerk,-WM. T;ATWATEE, Sergeant : Each section of the State has.its favorite c onmuni.ty3' p :' 'u1"Doflt itA'

:n; t That appeals, and writs of error in the live as widow ; and iu ease ,pf' the at Arms,-and 'JOHN WILLIAMS Messenger. but from all we can see, the West will carry !: stop to talk ,dear, bul P '1ij .jab:

.'ir;' f' nature ofappealsshallhie and may be issued death before or after the 'passage of In the 8enatathe, Hon. E..D. TSACEY of Nassaufwas he day,, to the utter, discomfiture of set eral your Tie dYJng.:1-B'1fa1o Cincinnati l, <' .'.< ; ,eonftirel of t11wh

: '1!! from the said district court at Marietta this act,'of the widows, to the:orphan elected President', C.'W.:DOWNING, Secretary -" ambitious and rising politipians and the onse. i j in papers exewi eo :.
Wm&--: to the Supreme Court of the Uni- child or children of the deceased. par ,-WM. C.BRYANT, Ass't Clerk,.-SAM'L., ,q e.C1t. injury to the country from its.not,availing of the midst of the conflict n..Whig'_ l.' Dab'

ted States. ties, until they respectively arrive 'at'' D..LoVE Engrossing Clerk,WALTEK&-W. TAYLOR itself of their valuable services. The Western Chronicle thus. wrjtt,3 to'th DJ
1"1'S.V'! EC. .1Q. dnd be it further enacted, the age of sixteen years; aDd to the Sergeant at'Anns,:and N.A.'JAMESON Messen 'Whig.journals are actually ferocious upon editor' of itte Enquirer: )
{ ::4. ThBt, should the judge of the district child or children of said widows in case ger. the subject. One writer m thcMariann "Whig"claims Deer BrO" .. CHBOHIO.K rncs l u r-, dm

'\:<.;!',t 'J' .court aforesaid fail to ittend at the of marriage by said widows, until said 1 that "this. is a question above all party 1 .over the Ohio election-Send me pa in ROOSter to eni "I ;.t'h

'l :;". r .., time and place! of holding the court for child or children. shall respectively ar Southern Coalition. obligations.", Another Addressing the Whigs in return for which 1 will_news send, 'the.Chrnici.you: s Coca '{ (

: t !" the said northern district, at anyone rive at the age of sixteen:yea ?;, and The subject is now consideratel,,agitated in of the West,says:' grin over the Presidential neirsijitVefiji*, .rt :

.' ."If.;:.:. ,i,'- of jts terms aforesaid, .before the close I that the act approved thirtieth April, the slaveholding States as to what is the ,best v(You have labored long andaealously in the to er. embellish The interchange orCU ,JtbiDk1rmlelTl !
.:.. .: tl I ..:' of the fourth day of any such term, the eighteen hundred and forty.f ur, shall' course to,pursue:in order to prevent the passage cause ofWhiggery, and it is to ,our indomita and both papers verr-ap .J-d7 *
I.:;'ze business pending in any such court shall!I not htt' so construed 'as to exclude,officers of the Wilmot Proviso, or in case of its passage redemption ble! exertions of your Florida powerful from influence Locofoco, that malad the buns, in Gloom ajyj Glory .9

stand adjourned to,the next term there seamen or marines from to a'void.its effects., It is admitted all ten
.. : \.,, their 1 on ministration, is to be attributed. While you 1 B.: STVNS0 I. ..Jiiction
'f.. '' r '- ,.oI.p pension when' disabled for sea service-: hands. that the time has* come for action. We achieved the victories the fruits of them were ACcordingly aejt morning BrooVC!} 'TJt" l1 <

:.::tkc. SEC. II.. JInd be further enacted, Provided, That the whole am'ount're" need no'*, more gasconading- aaore mere distributed among your brother'Whigs in other was displayed while w fall feather' in St ei &'i p.
!: )"'.: ; ; That all contravening or opposed I ceived by the talk ,s sections. the State. To this invasion of yourrights per, that "same.old :'" griswi we .t
; pensioner, including pay ,-no.walking up,a hall,and down again.Nothing .- Pennsylvania to .Jfeongh'*": : .
:" :: :to the provisions of this act be, and the for hi* service and but decided yon murmured not, confidently relying says "evolutions p per; SttafiKtk r.ti".1'1ae
. -I. '.. pension, shall not I, ..t, some blew, one. that will upon the jottoess of your claims, and expecting ; in states likewise'oftnn wat
';, ;t;,:;, ". t :' same are hereby, repealed. exceed his lowest duty piiy. That the accomplish the purpose,.can ever retain for the that the-d9.oflour reward would soon'arrive.: similarly.' andiaridnals?-N.-O.Mtrtrrj. ;. rue

.:.'c. ''r.t;;'.\0.. .r :'- '' "". orphan child, or children of the deceased Southern, States. ,theirconstitutional. rights.- ,But you..are. likely again to be disappointed .-'. --- rr-- :: ''-' -* "th

.i- .';.'-'.. ;:. ..., .1.>. [PoBLic.- -. .-N o. 86.] parties shall have a pension in case .To.this end, unity of,purpase indispensable.. unless jrpa arouse to,action,and require,and instruct Taylor*. Tilery In Hi* itsnfc*. one:
'.' authorize the State of AlSsJ your'.presentatiYes if,you deem it nt The ., bert
!$itf : -iAN ACTjjtp the widow has died after following extract from ansrticltHtiiBaleigh'N. ,
: : drawing a five Not.only all the Southern States must be united e essary,to'assert and maintain your rights." V D!
X Jrtj.. abama applyjcertain lands hereto years pension ; to commence the ( :Cp Standard, giting tie reaso fcrTATLOK'S
t : at but all factions and forties must sacrifice Moreover,'a Public Meeting has been held in n.out
> I'?:/ft> *?"cf* JH *fore gianted.* to that e State for internal I- time when the widow dies, and. to con I their prejudices to the.common good. Washington' Cvuuty and some resolutions immwe_ gain- in that:Sute,;jiBip. : J,

ti r ".-: : :"--i ':;i' \: icpoyeucnts! ;* ior) the use of schoolshe tinue until the'-child or children shall I With a Democratic' Senate and a President passed in reprobation, of strong the "illiberal" ply, every-word of it, to the canvass -Tiaffa. it1

vaitteleaft t sixteenth sections in the I"miserly" t was useless to point out the fact that
i. : ;ft ;!lj respectively resell age of sixteen I': hWu ( pQnd
who has solemnly proclaimed he will veto and the
.1.'.',11. .(. ..; ."tt'. ...._."IJ.CA.-TI.I.&Io.. .p'.J, years- and that any casualty by, which bill that excludes Southern property from New any was nominated policy'of the candidate Middle MnjorFINLAY the mere'insjgament cl the iV Uf$ prty,-. tlal I .,In 1

' ; "'i : ,.. -. : flit.enied6yde Senate and House an, officer, seaman; or ,marine has lost a gentleman that party"'insisted"'upon the .'pasaage M&tWihnot totTed
Mexico and it "
; :p California impossible for the whom we understand be "
riJf : cf.Representatives of the United States of or may lose his life while in the line of f to.succeed to very popular Proviso,7- thatUscandidate/tf t&i '>
. abolitionists in their schemes at the in the
'\1.,, ,America in .Congress Assembled, Thatthe his duty, shall be considered sufficient Western District. Vied Presidency-was a notorious aboUt 'Coi. '

;i1' 41 '. ; lands granted to,the State of Ala- to ,entitle the widow, child, or. children; approaching ssion. But.the Legislatures of It was all in vain. .TATLOK oned thfee. tlOI- ..
; IJ several of the Southern OUhi \I gn.15
States be in
will session ns. otjhe North. ,
of )
'i :'; / 4 tama for purposes improvement to all the benefits of this act. { dred negroesand this decided,the qutjtioa., 'S -

' :if' ;' 'E by the eighth section of the act SEC. 2. Bind be it further enacted but'once :within.the next year' and whatever 'ThOChristiin'4Record, published. Nash.vilIe.ccontainsVletter "We arc'.:now satisfied, ajul': it is'wili'jtiawe1 .. ,Sen
...t. legislative action is to had be done no,,. .from Boston'to the
.must New
the the
"An confna
entitled act to appropriate That .v-V.l mortjfying.fact'tfrhJj
,: ; ; ;'. pro- engineers, firemen ,and coal-- : ,:
' Mere declaratory resolutions'are inefficient.The .- rork pbserver, in.which the State we hare lost hundreds of' I
xeedsof the.sales of the public lands, heavers in the shall be entitled to I prealeut'feelLng votes"ttldj'athe '.lm
: 'i Ci. .\ navy I sentiments pf.the'Southern people are now at the ,North on the subject of slavery .1* no ground that'(ieD..Cas?'was a nortJin alt :4 T/'J
J I and to pre-emption rights 'ap pensions in the !,
t: ;: ; ; grant same manner as officers, Gcri. Taylor'a southern flian! AfrTrairi.ting :: the
well known at the North. But the doubt correctlllia.ted! the
:: r,; 1 proved September fourth,eighteen hun 'seamen, 'and marines,; and.the widows Legislaturesof e copy following us from,one 4>f the Aunties, sajj"r'\f l:

:r::: ': v lred, and fn ty. rne, may be' and the .of'engineers coal-h) aver and firemen, the several States can act as well as talk,and e tract" : 'The falling ff;wfII principally btiedraocratic JD1.

... '.., .. :. same'are, hereby, placed at the disposal in the' same manner as .the widows of can best bring about some coalition or unity of Our SonthejcD friends .ought to know the vote, owing: doubU ssto, the imPnsa .the
f,. '' : said such ,design. .They should rigidly i instruct their state things at the North.. It|s hard: to get wliipix it.AI : the
" ',\; "of the legislature State at officers, seamen and marines: Provi. at the truth, eo much does and sectional impossible to remor that oorcandidate. .cere
l?S.;;5j:!.; ->'jMfce as said legislature may direct, toi ded,. That the pension =Qf a ,chief;J engi members of Congress, even to withdraw in case feeling affect our.:views;' 'But lam,more'and : .being$ a northern man'waa iHArt ) r

J. \:'*"'.V t be applied for ,the use of schools I in neer shall be the same as that of a lieu of the passage of such "an act. They should more convinced that the deep, strong old-fash o ppgsedtthe onpone1avery'4ustIo'This. .'torrt'

: i?"f jfi', j- UCh1WDsbtpl.f Stateas in which tenant in tbe'navy and a pension," of discuss the proprity'ofcallfngaSonthern convention L- ioned. anti-slavery, sentiment at ,the North ispreParing : tellS the taje l and is one_ 'nii!!>Ia, !,.\11
O { ; to exhibit itself in causes of, our defeat jultJus State. ThalGei.Taylor's .. "" u'tioit
.tit'; ()t' : ;the sixteenth orschool sections are the widow'of a chief engineer the same. or devise some'method by which the hostility to the extension of jsteady the system., unyielding. Abolitionism litD.ry.6e".i a. .military'.reaova. : "),).I

.: : comparatively valueless, and the Jegislature as that .ofth widow of lieutenant in Southern States can act in concert.: As yet we ,has beell.ead and buried jiomCitime, had ,iconsidcr.effect Apoh the mnasez. ,H .',ta
.. ; .. locate said lands in lefe the the do not feel to The old leaders would be useless to conceaLoj-deny; bat *accn 'W"
"'1. ; y .. may any navy ; .pension of a first assistant I. prepared suggest any particular : ftsebnsy.some at better things, :
J.:': .-f.-",os J.! ". .crat, subdivisions, not, less than 'fortyI engineer the same as that of, lmi._ .'I, plan,deeming it best,in'view of.,the necessity' others at worse Abolitionism as."..business and the beyond all this the rijIaTery questioavu
---- only, boldly in Jsque here nd tie.rt'
,1.l: .\' 4c3i ;. acres, within the.limHs of said' State. tenant of marines dh pension' f of united action, that the subject should be'first die has:.had That.its will day.make It did"any notpay.thfng'die Xhatjoiadeit that'has.not suit was.siapedftn4.fixed:p.ne according, to &he... 'fen'

.\ : .:t 1'f .4. ..APPROVED August 11,1848. the widow' of a first,assistant engineer handled in deliberative: "b. The Legislatures the life of.truth in it. 'Truth will lire without pinion*of the masses.iff regard to the Jocatioaand Me

iI,.'i1..,"'4 .;: .i., C:L; i the same as that of the,widow,of a lieutenant of South Carolina*nd Florida are DOW I in meat or drink.: .Error will siarte with'plenty supposed views of Uie respectitie caididaiji Tin'
k,, .lir." [PUBLIC-No. 87.] :' of of both. And JMXW. that this wjf has The cry raised. by the-Fhigs! ''and, Wca vi *
marines anfl'wi1rnot .burnt itself \
t tJ ( !,I ,1. : ,; the pension ,of 'a session, adjourn,we trust, without t 4iad.tdjneet\ ere was 'Gen taylortl I. .
.li the time of holding at its own1 stake, the anaent eTejyw tohu
? ACT change second third ajUl-davery '
.:, to ar assistant i "
engineer e' recommending some 'course to pursued by the one of us-heowr qlatea vhTmsel {end it i ijterested >

t, the circuit and district courts in same as tmat.o ,a forvyard officer; and, : the people of their.respectivs,States. 'I sentimentjthatreapects.the federal constitution, gnCthe rights:of we.ll.being tha States otthe. I, in the'..protection a 'preserritwapf! (

"., .' the State of Kell ucky.; the. pension of the widow of .a second "J .slate,:is rising und swelling andw.Ul make the slate institatioa..; and ifAe desert.us, npoa 4COt

. .Be enacted by the,Senate and House or third assistant engineer Jthje'tame as '."' FIorIdactobeiEiectIom, itself felt in the::power..aver this greAt Confederacy. whow.csae.rely7: Jt was .in vain .that vrepliedj.Gen. I, .

' !. :j ;: ,. ,,.Representatives of the United States that! of!the1 widow qf A ;.forward: .officer ;. "We. find in. the last-, ., Sentinel OJ"--. ., ,complete, .'official. .,* As to'the extension slavery.'bver r ter. man of h not. iSis\ He.I:.has eminent'stateaniaa "spokeV:andrQt4a_ .'tV'
Jltnerica'in.Congress assembled. That the returns of ,the e1toixOckberast from ritory now freetthere are.scarcely 7"0.opinions. ; "
'if pension fireman ,
: ." Z J' or coalheaverthe Nine-tenths of the:ortb > "gainst the Tilmbt Protiso/apd hVstai" ) J-
};Zi:3I.; ., v.the spring terms of the district and cirrVcuit same' 'as that of a seaman'j rtiie pension which".L 'we. make>* -<>the.following,** 0' vB&OWX. *-- abstract.: .'. / to it" And lh&1e been amazed Inflexibly to see how opposed, far.,, ed. eo jt. AU lbiandznoeAaanae. !

.' courts ofthe United States an and of. the widow. of. a :fireman coo I ; -, BAILED..CAB. Duvxt.IWestFla the conseque.cces.of the purpose have been cal by'pointing7 /Gefl ..Taylor's! three"DeSrQ ; batht d IIi:

_ tfQf.\be'district Kentucky shallhere- heaver the same as tbato1thewido- : ; 1321 .Q'lG 1358 '886 culated. ye.aeTereiid'uj.n,cautious and .@d byb *a&, srePI 1 CIJ 1 4 th
after ,commence on,the, third' Monday ieamen' : Middle:FJV 1549 1311 1621 pruyerjfu 1J) rwould die, for' .principje as hi' reprdxothe.character> .thepoiLloasi e i
_,j : of a : Jlnd, provided furtKer; 1331 readily as, they' to bed; when 'the'1 ew '.r;our candidate.' .\Vh'.' an\ually.and the fall terms of JEastjFla 1134 1202 go. ; ,weary, will] '
m.May, That 1178 1205 dot .\v'bat' ?
any engineer fireman Ll "- .coujdwe'say QnrleadingTffiain
Qr, ,coa \ calmly tell 'you that .they are prepared to see
1 4he,:*ame.; courts, shall Hereafter comec'i1rI heaver 'shall not bee i itled :to any' pension '::: ,South,EU, .141, 217 227 373 theUthtof Uie Slates .dissolved,,:before they hiStatfoag'ht' on ,with a'gallantry iarf.steadinesstnnsurpussed' SCt
on the third Monday in October -, -' will consent to the in the annals bt'pol '
; f:-mence, .by reason of ,disability incurred lUl45 extension 'curse over iN
l and continue in session Total, i6Cab1lsm4'577Biown3smnj 4382 SSlS spiPnow free from,the treadofaalaye.,' tte- cilwIrfaiebut all the whileT: his.ubder4ttjreni 1tit
Fq annually, .may prior tdithe thirty-first .of .
Aigtiet Ii- tie 'for
j !, igl was against them-'anduwhen; ; day
line tku is. :
49Q. theprnd feeling 'att ktt
ajulthe :
number of
LtAP1 at each term the judicial I teen hundred. d forty-two 'shall '. '* acfcioa'arrived it at once at leut 'Jl
It is not : !'lt :
CabelTs in We f]ET ; my feeling. J am
IINt. k tdays.now allowed by law.. and:.all nctlons the widow of aii engineer, fireman, i or ma tl p-in ..MiddleFla,290 .edtothi.szteniozuf.:81aerr: bat.J.would oppos not 'for jthe pre n all the fruita of theireloqu fD ef_:
? 'DavaVs .
., ,. .suits, .appeals' recognizances, coal-heaver, be eDtltJed..to :Jriyjension "' lL."t. *'r !"* 'jnajS'jfearf* f; 'Fla 29,,-, 'in ;.dissolve the Unjqa to prevent.!v .1 think there and.well-direoted; labors. I STUB;it was know! friFl
.writs and proceedings'whats.yerj : south55145; ;t ; ; \ ... 1,1 isabetter; than this : and general lj'admit ted,,"we ..beliaiethat j" v .
rkees ;
_) by reason of the(deatH of.tehusband s> ; t. v .,? .' <. .... remedy ,.whichiajxoremeT '' Li M ,,
which maybe Thetota1'Cougreasioialflote; .ini8 :dy-AJBut! the North: resolved, .af one vam tto "nlm9)jrN i1 Qund'u&h: .nq
; pending, pending if his death tathe was '
:was prior ; saiil'date.? :have further )Uon i] itta masses. {the,*ihgs were WU dedi
Jio .
.la :said ,courts returnable thereto, SEC. .3, Jlnd 6t it jfTt"'er.enaae ,; ',571-bi,:f J. -"i-iXl"---1848lt amWis*; "* >''-"to,8i97fbeiag- 'sal v-in-' .I b6li.uethAt resolution responsibility will! be forrslavery:carriesd'out,,and.it lowed ',think of that, for.thcbigor toriKldwn '
hall-have day therein,. and be heard; That the 'of se'of2310"Tot 8: ." 9i mention.dhi*name;.and.', enhq4J4b ti(
amount. pension-JiT i i ; -*-' rf. <*vty. j.-v.* ,_ ,the f xpense;;if necessary,of!the JederalUnion:' ,
every *
-l 'I *I.II II" II nil he
.; : JtrieX .proceeded with: and decided in case arising under this'laVis,not\to exceed .: i.:IVita'e rLInatLiet.ln us.'! ;Ow.,Southern. .brethem> :should kno w t.thJs and ,it nd was.with.strong'' Unian4$1that bea3reiableaflGen.Cass.i 'waatlia: .j "4. IAt
iicc :. like manner.as if the time of holding the half" of tEe\:deasd' .There ;' ;tie in both T. :6t. let_us:both and all sit.dQwn and cilcult5 thevaluelof rgument JOipr Te' : i
: pay .of 11. being. a Houses, the;Lt g. theMJoioB.Alt.was once 1tteU :tiidd ) ; Htion haril1'l: .
.''said courts or sessions bad' not been .cer, seaman' or marine, as itT'existedia isUtu e :ff iN6r.iC rQlii J 4 tteylhave; as i yet iCrlt ii:not .reason:anyi: longer. "Veryi.gobd, ;in assertJog; thaV,thecontesturned4nainlv ilt this W ,et'

;1uerc&. Janu ry, eigh'teenl i n di d,, d'thjj tJ. been',.unable, to organize.. "Ne1tber part. .:. 'willyield. .p trioti are figuring atitnqw.* It alqng sum apoathe:slavervJhat nMsti"?11III6* 'iaa 1

} : d4PsckvED August 11, 1848. five, or uch_raie'df pension as js.allow-: .,', lae3ccti of an. U. S ',nat.r depends4 J : :and-b <,the, ,answers;. ..4 --. .do not- agree.- ,J, "-* 7H. -' a.. t b41y.sjn&D1P'a koisand.dem'forty d'rhfg have ,;IDd)1w.. ,

bI.t.: :1' \:1 .. H I, (by thisact.. ': Pt3k94rc' i'. ,. 4! .. .," 'if"f "..'1' ,,' < '_1. "- r..j., 'v,34' I I. >< ." ."-. ; _s.1 c _GeD"T'11qr" ;: qcqiuiey;rJwl1ed, ,totedfft
: tt.ttt. t [FBLc-NQ. 88.] APPaovEDAnj1'tfl,1S8. ;; : : ;. : 'Hi D.f ljitM..1i' 1f /A* IWTiof Pr.rijaT.-whiler the otheiM J
; ; ", "J" .. ." .' ( 'io '. 11i :; 7 ht.N ; on. .
ft : I'or.( 1. >j. ..I W '.t", ( ; : :: "
: ::A4qT, tP change the time hold- : 'rkl.' .raa..I" !\ onlie. t dt1. '.o aD]ute1li ;th'e whjgiha.v.9 opposed Gen CasVaad- IJ;&' H

: ::'11Dgt.. terms .of the, circuit court of A ,"''y" el"ritl<'a e ;d\Vh ':' lSIyesterday ": I '\'ThtgWttr. ,o ii: ih e :Amenicanicrcbautlgt, 'MontreAl!"says:: xpe ', ,, ts.CIIU.e1S.so jotefor, timfkcaiu. to, ,

t\e UState8ip thcdistxict of Maine ut< rbran eitrcmeTyraggea Whigs delight .t p. wignate as the, "star.that ',' .. ,. '.: ..' \ : 1
iIe : IndiTidual \ .
n : Ii U o r3 p leraflftJihouul1d '. ',,' .
: :Be it enacted ly.,the., Senate and'House ,,' fhoso face,bore striking'proofs of his never set8,>!f iately/adjourned'aftervpassing:t ;'ni' tI1. e .iuigJJieDJ'Co erlx.d 't ,. ..t, ,.< I. .- '-"Aab. __' ...' '. J.-3.. .1'. .,./tL'-, ,,I:&
been : ; .ua
Representativeoftht.'United -Statesc9jn having melees'far which engaged the in lection some;.of.aud_the nmneroaa variety of'act ,and/xolutions.>,Among:them : tag rectah1e.buTsneis.iD Montreal J bare been .OnjcUleturns' Ctou'teiiire- State gives"J,
: JAhn.Bdrl. ob r.
Pi m .Congress,assembled, That corn are respoiasible,'idlh'the.reciuest of a loan ,were Joint rsolntIxs In fsyor'f prohibiting; ankrUl\k.t9": \fi'6JthoQIIDdlkaemell dqu thClty oi1ffer4qmp1etet'nj.prI maori,1r Cas" 4.Buu ,of;793 ohs:.t

. l1J! ih J t' oJ j the_ _Acircut;;court of they of a ditae, stating that they had TOtedtht'saine iTAY'eii i 1a",11 raio :" t Ah lr-:. \' ,..: "P. d"welliniv i "', J't -. MtonejTh- .'J., ,. -, ': ,' '": -'tilt'.. "
: yt4J l, JQ d pls r'ct'of,[Maine ticket,and taken a drink together on Tuesday.; tl1t4trcle Dijtrt c} rmtriCitlb.li.e.1,. UU4. "uo' ; e.4he ;: .n 'S ga ;.thls be 'h l&fit" 4---

ik.heeajttke: :bel4Aas. follows,;.toY "SIrV'! replicd.cur Whig friend fjlhave, l the i.)& ;m a1'ott1 .&t(1tQ t nrliQ most'bweali itreets'i$ mpYel4eser.todb3trade oar 'Defflocnwic' fritnd* ftbrctd must, co !faAf 11t
remotest recollectionlof :
having seen you e. ld n4iIa. ,!cUonthatgaaagiiwa from ibia that:Alabam ;is &bEO.*: f
: t. e.w q Yr Jr 4syof April. before : pt 1$ iiSbi'J) : -T. : _"
jRg >
tomyJiteP' jrtwOrlean*DclttKt t '
1I t : : ; ii A ORta'J pavemeuL& .* : ; .WbIj&stef! Tb.:.great majority of tie.1Je: ,
tveny.thsrd'dayfSepteth4rjneac -" ::'I 'i"f Ia i :1t I ItJ. .. '
: : 49J ti 'tu 'Jt.is,wddtb&t the police. of'New:York hAT 4, R. l : ,e ; Quua tbnCiUe4cilitigITfl, to.te&e 'GStSWbO.0te4 for,Taylor,are D IsM t l Jp4i :1 :C
t !4 'otmci lm ( i9fb1t11) .tro ]'h..QtIn-J!t 'I ,
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t rffortiCf at Gadsden by the Caa men idwboCuthat ., Choate of 1l ohtarptta,1Wi<:-.neneia1r. :< iJ : *' "
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;rnfkont } iF" 534
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P'1..b1 the'election of,TAYIoa, is the :, jjtecoujBti.m-t Bkelyto.: I:'r't..Is not shall Itir tbbable"t'se., 'al pi'theSetlle .House door tfBenton'= the
County, on >first
.... :
Slowing trumpet blast from the Philadelphia v en' caaed will-occupy tb e positions.;as% Mc ey in Iecmb rnextrwitMn
CoL Gadsde ldjg r legal noun
ntj ] beset'Jcnowa' to Gear :
'edUe : '
.Jteta American It,wants the Tariff of 1846, Taylor,. his a' ,urr -- .,.I;'b/. .,t.:the', .:'-MirraCJkrafea' I. ;Cvter-. ofsala,: the folorriag -property, tolwitj': =One ,

even wait until Like Gen. Tar he is nltra WWV.-WWUMWKUWV.' n& forty.aore,,tract;;fcf land. .. ia Township ..,--. '
not '
It cannot ap
t&D.ter ,
rrpea1ed politician. i Washington,:+ the New ,
correspondent tw 1iiDAi.the"'S'h: .
; the.peiwonsI I enty Range East .., .
He is Quarter "
that and friend of John I : : '"
poUtical york '
..fiTtoa comes into power, :but proposes (I.Calhoun,and styles fenself a State Rights True Bun named the- AJIlowing' 'Cabinet" .,astntiatWitahingtcil I of the South East Qn ter of$ecti thirty. .., ", .
be forced into the.measure ;. ,. Aft: 'Takea' ia'.Execution 'u.the" < '
of .
the present Congress Republican. Mr, property
Calboon, -
; has been heard Secretary of State ;$it.Crittendca ',Beeretmor < >
; CjFDJ11'.t Jenkins to .tathfy sundry .t kD'MOSELT:
| tsitUuldixg thesvppKnfranfftcnaaext. say that) .CoL Gadsden possessed an'eminmt id'n. Stewart" exec{ .
y Treasury, ; of Pennsyt.vania franc rued from,the;Circuit '
and obvious reaso11. we degree ,tie RoDWl"f Inflexible in the Court in Bwitcn ''." .. >G6 of ,
"For these various Secrenary'otW111rJohnell' Secretary
to the cry of treped of disciiargeof duty; of.untiring industry keen ; of the ;Mrl ;-Post'' County* J.in: favor> *:.of". George Hancock and others. ..The State 'of..Florid by aa t
feel it our duty renew thiJ ex- oips Navy, ; King,of Georgia;' ..1. MZti00DY; ",J: Act of 1'Qebeft.1. Abf t
!o pbserratjpn caa .in'planning and ; w.ppn
Our opposition prompt Master General \Smitn-of Connecticnt
tariff of 1846. Attorney
the ;, ; 4
of in exjtcutioh he County.- ,ved January.6th. .184 titte E.AJ
caastderstuona 11 hab- ? 1maJQtoJ1 Act to dv
d admirably '
on adapted
by General era
t.ound Re of ,
Johnson Marrland.
puimen 1raI .. i_ .. ,Moir.ll, at : fine and i
bat because we knoW it must attended ita:and intellect, for the discharge the highest j ,- '..". : -,ri' settle.the toundaxy betftea th#Siata ;t ,
y cabinet Omctions. _m . ...- ,'. of. Florida, and:Alabama a' bath rati4d"and
.f \ '" ; ; W I : I ; ii
withthe (No:22:1:)_ .: confirmed ,the s
f tbis writing; j MEDICAL. ,NOTICE ? agreeoientsiaade, b theta the) atF .
A.t the time -
bor. .
Presidential election iJ not kuown j but The wig" Vice Presidency. Coletsffaptioi, ."', .. : respective Commissioaers cf the said'States, i*

1II'ha.ttnr the mA1 the result we shall 'not cease It must be exceedingly gratifying to the There per -'no"disease,with L which oar .Prs., BaldwiB &.: :Byrne I said reference agreement to said boundary the said-; ,Jxd vkerau+ the H s,

in our efforts 0 strike from the st&tute-book.a Whigs of the South that in electing Gen.Taylor country is affected,: ,which sweeps off annu&llyso associated themselves in the ..1 _been ratified ,by the Commissioners hath.
by .
desolation.a d ruinonr HAVING prac of Alabama the .d-
measurewhich 11as spread they have by the same act, placed in the second many victims,:as'that, fell'.destroyer of the 1 of Medici,.respectfully tender dence whereof filed in 'the" ;
d. The tariff question is no polLn ; office of the .,, office of>th. St-
the lw government whose their.serrjces to the'
a man JJie in '
and shall urgetherepearofeat warts-ConanmPlion. Day. after I day, Public various oreuu3rof State of the Btteof Florida:, .
whole public life has N
specn ; been marked by deadly braachesoftheirrotession.' One, 'botJi' No v'TU.aposEI r
in- after the insatiate hurries ; 'Wiixux Mosxur: $ '
Pl bill which now oppresses every year year .monster "
enmity to domestic ,
the institutions. Millard 'at '
may time Be"ponsnlticp at the Governor c
vr f f My cffipc pf the State bf Florida
fewest of Pennsylvania with as much seal anddetermination Fillmore began his Congressional career by expressing to the portals of the cold and silent tomb 1'reah'added heretofore occupied by' Dr.Baldwin... .. and bjmt of the third seetipn,ia;pursuanc' *
President as another of the Act of
t"lot. friends wider therefore one prepare for 'repeal' his of full the concurrence" in all the fanatical victims to its conquest, No' walk of life i Jacksonville 'October. 25th,. ,. :>848., 'the"'General Assembly'of this State ,(afcrMild 1 t
lot.l'Q Let our We haye the r -Slavery Society of is sacred from its blighting influence. Npage do proclaim the1in a-aged."a ,by the
of po Erie. "
meeting Congress. He then
&t the stowed himself favor of jm- I The subscriber requests th ose:who,are fa mission era. afpresaid,and d fiDtd'bJ
specie'ic is ibjs said k
rin the House to pass bills recogntfjng mediate legislation for.the abolition exempt from its_death-dealing shafts. The debted e
than of slavery to him;; to call andaettle; .their:jnedical Act, appeorjsden.4th. 184S .to be the F p 1
and ,
duties and .just protection; ,Agora in the District of Columbia. old the middle-aged and the all alike '
He declared himself young bills, u the above :arrangement reo'dera'it ne boundary betireeq :.the States..aforesaid and
wt have *e power prevent in the appropriaS Senate- opposed to the annexation of Texas whle are food for this common enemy manki d., iTforjImtodosi.bis old :accounts. that it shall be henccfcrt deemed:and. takes,
Joco-foco '
the '
until slavery was tolerated therein:and he went eve The whose A.'s. pALpwpet i.. by all the authorities and people of thlt-Stat. 4
to the voice of justice and the wrongs whitpattiaich, >fie gftjeniperance
the "
listen to extreme
Jail I of advocating the passage 28, 1848. tf as the.true and only boundary.lice bttweta *"
oppressed labor. Much as we deprecate sucha of laws to prevent the transportation of has rendered. < ....his system impervious to Statieaiof Floriia.tfld Alabama to tW i-, t.

-ry retort under ordinary circumstances, it af- slaves from one State to another. On this the attacks of other ills, pd whose'good deeds Strafe Ntnl it line commencing on the Chattajioochie,} wit Rim.::;,Tht .

and if influence
our can ,
Am, fo remedy;exercised. pre- "platform principles" be was elected to Con prepared him for the enjoyment of Ijfe's calm .' FEOM my .father's stablein, this near a place known M "Jnrin's Mill/7 and,
ocbIt. nil,i\shall be I gress. He took his seat under the arched dome I running West V the'iMido marked
finds pace en Wednesday dark
evening, Consumption fastening .ts fangs night last a through HI
* I of the
!-, Representative Chamber by the side of : out by blazes .the trees-and
Cerrinorittife tf the Jturpal of Commerce. upon'his Y tar ;and tearing him from awori4' brown or black MARE, about fourteen also by m/ounds 1
WASHINGTON, NOT. 10. Adams Gjddings and Slllde and Toted with e and a half hands high about five years old welland of earth thrown upon the .line,,, at distant

Nth nji reaerally considered that the success of them throughout in the desperate attack which eqT ght to minds which look complacently.on handsomely made tail long and flowing; d ces of one..mile, :.mere or less, from each'othtr.

te a t Gen. Taylor's administration will much depend they made, by petitions,memorials resolutions, days well spent has a slight blemish in her right eye. She was and commonly known as the. "Mound LiD,'* v r t .

on upon the advisers whom he may select at its speeches the and protests, upon institutions of Is there' no help ffrr the afflicted? No preventive purphased about a week since from Mr. Hand- or "EJJJ.ot.t's) Line" and by.these names distinguished 1 ; r

ommencen:nt .t his election was due to his SQ1J;b. He acted up to the confession of of the kina of .Uaduon'Conntp, in Middle Florida, from another line above,running Irregularly t .
rim11 faith wb'iph had made dangers which beset us in our
he in }
disclaimer of party dictation and his disavowal his Erie letter. and if ah is strayed will probably attempt to at different distances. (opt exceeding ei

na tenets, there would seem to' be propri- The journals of Congress on almost every page. changeable and fickle clime ? We think thesis make her; way back) to tHat county. Any person one and a half miles) from tie Mound Line" i f 1

n"p' fltparty tv in the selection of men as his& .._ __ ._ "
trampling domestic
.1. i-i-.11 r-- iiwitk upon our rights, our c'VppefLine Cotee1 Line."
;art themselves unsnaciueu uj party ; xur it is a }} pecuar least entitled to veracity, can be believed,there by which I will be'abl* to get her, shall be
nora. principle in politics that power is to be retained sentiments and attachments, handsomely rewarded. OSCAR HART. In testimony whereof;I have hereto set ay s .
When the a preventive apd remedy.
bv some means with which it was acquired. Creole case was before Congress Jackao)' ,'pet. 8, 1848. tf hand and caused the great seal.tf the
dap Mug those who have been named, in tbe end Giddings had offered his infamous resold Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is offered ton [s=.z ] State to be affixed. Done at the CapU t '

public press, as likely to share largely in his lions, justifying the mutiny of the slaves o a suffering world as such. It needs not the SHERIFF'S SALE.Y tol,'in the, city of Tallahassee this 23th r r
of eminence in board, and murder of the tfaptain, and approving day of October,A.D, 1548.W.D.MOSELEY. + v '
are men part adventitious
confidence every ajd" of
a 'of fictitious
the course of the British Government long virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa,issued out of
and who have and others ; B Gsvtntr.
of the Union some when Southern certificates to give it notoriety Its true valueand the Circuit Court for Duval I ,Slits
{ltrliqditor who have not, heretofore held a position in the men, indignant at this atrocious County, A. E. MAXWXLL, Secretary of Stan.:
councils. It is to be expected that Gen. Defence .of piracy and insurrection, submitted a intrinsic excellence are sufficient to entitleit will expose to public sale, in front of the CourtHouse Nov.4, 1848. 4t t
public resolution the in the.Town of Jacksonville on the first :
censuring course of Giddings ,
will from considerations that are entirely to the confidence the public and to
Taylor ,
crati select oue-h+.1f of l his Cabinet of; Millard Fillmore, upon the final rogave his Monday December. next between the hours : Land for Sale
proper, sanction to the conduct of the Ohio abolitionist Waft on to fame" of sale on that day, One Hundred Head of Cattle WE offer for sale
from the slaveholding Stat. s. Mr. Critten- tracts of Land
jii and incendiary Let any gentleman read the the name of its inventor as a benefactor hisspecies. and Cotton Taken as the property of a one of which
13. it is conceded undeniable claimsto was pnrchas&l from Jno. M
.den possesses
crow his regard. Of other Southern men who record for himself, and see if this charge is Arthur Burney,to satisfy an execution in favor Bowden,'situated on Lake Georg; and.Consistsof ,;

aid; have been named, no one is so likely to com not borne out most conclusively. It has beensaid The genuine signed I.BUTTS. of Wm. B. Rosa THOMAS LEDWITH, three hundred and fifty acres, more of lest, i_
that Mr. Fillmere afterwards 28 1848. 6t0 Sheriff D. C.
JOD&o.quir. mand his notice as Col. James Gadsden, of recanted the. For sale wholesale and P'elan ,' hammock, with a large orange .
. South Carolina. J: have before mentioned the sentiments then shown by reporting a bill to retail by The othtr was purchased from William x e

len,' Mine of this gentleman in connection with this pay the owners for the negroes thus liberated T. 0. HOLMES & CO, SHERIFFS SALE. Gardiner, situated near the above mentioned ;t It 9 '

attlyN lubject but aa.be has) apt; been generally known, ing This l nothing, if so, would but the be of assertion little import-signify Jacksonville, E. F. BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa, inspect out of tract on the St John's River, and consists of 2S
,, Mother public men are, through the means of supported by; It stands never been And by druggists generally throughout the ,the Circuit.Court for.Duval County, I two hundred and fifty acres, more or lea ":>stand
proof. obiter "
any an Ian .
mice in Congress.,I will brjefly mention something United will expose to public sale in front pf the CourtHouse pine d i s se
diction. call for the evidence. States. Dec. 1t
) his and itioA. The family Every page 2. The above lands will be offered '/ sale v
of character, Fos of the in the Town of J Jacksonville pn the first r at ,,, t
Cocks of Gadsden is j.tenLifith the best tradition been Congressional reports which we have Monday of December next, between the hours Public Auction at the Court House, a Jacftootville -
able to
' p u flt South Carolina, No Fourth of July j Fillmgre examine his shows distinctly that Mr. 9BIT1r.AB of sale on' that day si certain negro woman oa tu'tetx d Monday in Mirth,A.D. +.

ioverSlick passes there without mention of that name.- was united through;# action whole with service the enemies in Congress, Departed this'life at his residence near Man slave named GEQRGE. Taken as the proper. 1849.' THOS:J.-JONES; ,

They were of an old Huguenot nee and were So.uth. of he d arn., Fir F, on Thursday morning, Nov. 30th, ty of John E.: Saunders,to satisfy an execution JNO.':$. SAMMI& k

.rate distinguished as patriots and soldiers of the Last year even, he was presented to the !. Mr.. HENRY HARTLEY, aged t12 yearn and 8. in favor of Orloff Dorman. Jacksonville. "NoT lit, 1848.-.. ,;'r 4m. f .

revolution Gen. Christopher Gadsden after of Sew York people months. THOMAS LEDWITH, .

the capitulation of Charleston, was sent us pri& j upon the ground as that a candidate he for Comptroller, He was one of the oldest citizens of the place, Oct 28, 1848. 6t Sheriff D. c. Levy CpHHty.Tar Collector's'JSiId i
was slavery
I i oner to St Augustine,where it will b.e remembered -its existence as well opposed its extensionand and one that his family and friends will mourn nrODberidd'ottthe. irt.Monda r 6"f Januay ;,

;in: thni he refused to give his parole, and was i the Whig Convention as which nominated the loss of; as a good. citizen and kind neighbor. SHERIFF'S SALE. y ry next ISC, between the hours of 10 ; #

jeonfined in a dungeon, which is stall pointedjOUL : him, put his election upon this YeI'1'issue. S. A-< and 2 o'clock, the following lot or parcel of l

'I' He was elected by an. overwhelming BY virtue of&writ of Fl Fa- issued ,out of Land containing 160 acres, or as much thereof ,,
lisp.orals. Junes Gadsden graduated at'sJe College and thus bore dpvn the few in&e the Circuit Court for Duyal County,I will as will satisfy.the"tax due;for the year 184& e
with the bosons of that institution and, for aportion who reained true to the rights of Empire the South KIABIHE INTELLi( EItCE. expose to public sale, in front of the Court including all costs.and charges. Said lands art ',

e'iso'that I of his college life, was a fellow student under tie compromises of the Constitution., PORT OP JACKSONVILLE DEC 5 1848. House,|n&/ 7ojrn of Jacksonville, on the first situated 'oa :the Wakasasss S.W 3 section:, 1

and chum of Mr. Calhoun He entered *he aj> '' This yejy election of Millard Fillmore made : Monday,of December 'next; between the ours 28 T 12, B. 116,-and said to belong to one Ed
my in 16\2iS" Lieutenant of gineer"Tose tbe fatal erev&tst in the (tote that checkedthe ARRn ED.Nor. of sale on that4ay, acertain negro wofean mttndSehrireranonreaidentofthis.BZate.- e t t
Jt&1a. to the rank of a Captain of Engineers, and served I tide of Abolition ,slave named DELIA,aged about sixty six years. The ftbovt lands will b4 sold ai the Court.
through the war. He was set to the Gulf Soilism the, let the flood of Free. 23.-Schr. Smvwmnt, Verneyi N.Y. Taken as the property of Thomas, J. Jones to House of Levy count ,=-tit the'Houst of '
spread Mar/
over Kortb. u
rthllit. Coast to superintend the important fortifications Tbis the Schr.Sao, Frattbes,St. AUgU ttq.e. satisfy an execution in favor of Alphonse Loubat V.Andrews
jb .
there, in which position he displayed man for.whose election the yice # 24.-.Schr. Antoinette. Brown,N.Y., THOMAS LEDWITH GEORGE I

great ability and practical judgment. In 1818 Presidency They have: Southern Whip are now exulting. .". 26.-Steamier Mfa.Gaston, H.U/)aide: SAvannah. ,'DCt:28,1848.: .t Sheriff D.,C. Tax Assessor&Collector'l'BESPEBj of Levy Co, f t
perpetrated a dreadful
.um.7 -19, when General Jackson entered upon the enormity < November llthj 1848. '0t t*
against our most cherished rights Their voices Nor 28.- .:Brace Cole '
Seminole campaign CoL Gadsden was at Gen. N. Y.: .
J's.request, attached to bis stall He became are now singing hosannas for the success of one u Schr, Albert Vin /\Jamal N. Y. SHERIFF'S SALE. I ', 00if b'

member of Gen. Jackson military family,and whose hands are thus polluted and whose CC' 27.--Ste meOeaJjulgeej 'McNelty Savannah. : BY tfrifte
land was selected as his Inspector General .From heart, as his history shows, is thus fatally bent .. ', oritditbi Circuit Court for the County ofDuval .

'wri- tie post of Inspector General, he was appointed heir upon conduct mischief.under Ic vain may they extenuate CLEARED,. < I will eJtpdse to public sale,:in front of BOWLING LL'1 a =

'b1 Mr. Monroe as Adjutant General of the ar- the plea ofpylitifal necuti- Nor. JS.-r-Scli'. Florida Corsoa N. York. the Court House jn tho Twn Jacksonville on, 'Subscriber Baa : '.

:emotion Jnr. At that time there was much opposition or Iy-that lose Gen.they Taylor.were compelled That to vote for him Kov,22.-Brig Margaret .Y..,Davis :Dyer N. the'first. )l onday ,of Decembernext, ..bet1fthehonrs'orlAleon ,THE fitted up as' a Billiard recently,Saloon:, ;. ,
the new organization given by Mr. Calhoiw to excuse will not r ork: '. thatday, ohe forty ace lot and
Bar the r
Boom spadou
the army, and, trom reasons growing out of.thatcontroversy serve them when the eyes of the- people shall be Nov. 22.-Schr.. GOT. Anderagna Tew,. Key of Land, being the South West Quarter the nedby Government and premises,formerly! :ow
tour to all dreadful : 1
opened the tfthe occupied by.
the Senate cunseqnesced t North West Quarter of Section No.21 in Township Judge' -
; refused to confirm the ,est.Nov.,23.. I Lancaster. has also
ri.lOD. He
.1 act. It far better just finished +
nomination of Col.Gadsden. The reason given Gen. were has never been for the country that 5chr. D.. D. ;Brooks, Rosebxooks ; No. 6, Range'23 East, containing forty; Bowling.Alley, eonn, 'ted wUkiis} a splendid 'u at
Taylor born than that an and establishment '
for 1-100
rejecting it was, that the office of Adjutant ostoa acres-together with all tare improvements
avowed Abolitionist should be and, at present the only,Due in,Jacksonville
main General jras not vacant but it in thus placed Not. 25. chr.Dd : '\ West thereon. Taken as the property of
; reality,grewcut orte illey, Key which willbe to the r
the Public
in ,pregd chair of the Senate and open Mon t
Gen Jg ; John B. Hardin to
of satisfy an execution in favor
pojHical hostility tv Mr. Calhouu. Mr. 27.-- Samu.dJ..Jacbon Somers : 'the 23d
day October.
next As he -
exercise his iojftuence and \\&easting in has been at
aowa Monroe again sent in the a.ine.tionJ with a Vfltft, N flf York. of the SJLate of Florida ,
I great trouble and
furor of that dark,cluster of Abolition expense affofit this means
. itibo1s : Utement of his reasons for It; but the Senate which measures N6v.27-Schr. Solo, Frambes;N.Y. i THOMAS. LEDWITH, of healthy recreation ht trusts his
vu inexorable and their are even threatenipg the subversion '28. .,Steamer Oct13,1848, 6t Sheriff D. c ,.exertion*
persisted jn construction l of our institution and the virtual enslavementof Wm.; Gaston, Hubbard, ,. will be rewarded: t-P./T: ;r ti
l wan r of the act for the of the Savannah .
reduction '
army, Joss CUES will
always ofc .
keep band
our people the
e itibeo-* although the/ bestowed the highest encomiums' birthright in tike Jby new excluding Territories them from; Jheir, Dec. 1.- Steamer Ocamulgee, McNelty, SaYannJ. ,Twenty.Dollars:fie wart. choicest LIQUORS and' HAVANA' 8EGAR9 .; .t4 f

oa CoL Gadsden's ability and worth. Mr. .. *; 5 k BE PAH)' for and he: feels confident that no' fault'wiBJbS ,
tiOUldata. Theeejection Js now over OUT do.on is fealed f. 'F" : the apprehen ? : -
Monroe, deeming the course .f the Senate as and we would not fodulgetn useless acrimony I ",delivery'-of. my Negro Man found with, him. in this particular* : "-. :.' .
unjust to Cot Gadsden and discourteous to thee I I.WILL.
J >. refused{ npon this subject; but we should be fAii&lesssentinels Notice. at my:;residence1 on Lake Grif F7JOHK"C. & 'S
Jo make any other appointment the walls did SUBAGRIBER'haag leased F= or lodgment in jail that Jack i, le, Oct. 21, tM8. -- 3zi' }.,
lor isiiia *fill the office and it upon pnblio if we not denounce : MTHE any so __ ,, : :E' !!
j to vacant during an act which we conscientiously regard formerly occupied by Mr;Hatch on lean get him. Jacob{;is so well known about : d
administration.OoL .
ion ofUpoD Gudsden at retired from the as fraught .with so much mischief and penl._- Bay street, (known, as. Hart' !//old:. Boarding Jacksonville Nassau and St. Mary's, that a description CAjiClNED PLASTER .P AR ISrCOGG <
tad became once army, The effects are yet in thefuture'clondSjEbad- Hour) ,and is now" pP'Psri ;to accommodate of hun is deemed unnecessary. : '
eiteurirt in
at we 1 an planter Achille in florida ': own, and darkness rest upon it;" but we would any who, may see fitjU patrom'xeiim, and assures JOSEPH VAUGHT- I n s' & CO- of'Philadeldia, continue -" ti '
ttnjinctioQ with CoL
the late Murat r.e
nand i Hile recal the senses of the people to the right'views them that no pains will be spared ,to ensure ; J'n P.W. JUD..o. to manufacture' CALCINED ,
od. I resident in that Territory, he was selected'bli of this act; we would ask them in the quietudeand their comfort, ,AcommodioBsstableisaU \'I, "If' 4t PLA8TEH
)ljdgnrid i 1, Monroe, and by Gen. Jackson, to calmness succeeding the contest to considerin tached to the establishment, and evert atten.tion that; fcejproducedattbel.( (>wrateof*i,**) "'. 1

'uicharge various important trusts. He made time the consequences that must inevitably wjll be paid ty the horse of.those travel lfOl'I E. cash per arreL freshly put, tip ia .:tall.

adreditioxis .Taluai.lereconnoisance ant of several portions;treaties of the with Petuniul follow such an act of, surrender to the dangerous lers who may thick proper,to stop with him. 'SIX :weeks after date,'I' will a'pp11.to'tht shipping condititiori' '" *" ? '7'STEREOTYPE i'i.' .;. .:

: the negotiated fanaticism of the North.-Mobile Register. J'.W...TfllCHTON '.of Probate, of Benton 'county, for Aiso> PT.JUBTI' 131'
i Seminoles over whom he had great influttce. Dec.2,1848. letters!Administration Estate ; and LAND'PLASTER 89 cis.: 4 ,
idere JaCksopvill LF, .tf: on the of Rid h- per bnrrL. ,
1 el : I He was'also several, times the republi-.' "aiest from Europe. .. ,tar+d D. Prine. ,late.pf said count]/deceased.1 Direct orders to the proprietors 8tPhita.del.:

"men : exacuididate for the station of Territorial Del- AKEIVAC. OF TUX CAMBEMAUSTRIA. E "'s,.Nottae'.. 'MARY', Adm'% j>hia, or .to:.JOHN CAYE NAU( H, New< Or 4

yandxditi \ *?***to CongreBs.in opposition to the late pop- A JLL.PERSONS indebted ,to'tie Estate rf M.1L MOODY;Adm r. P.COGGINS & CO,.; ". 5

-' \ Geveraor CoL T. M. White; and on one occasion the .. !m John H. Whiddon-late of'Hillsboroa! OdoberT. la4E. 6tAdministratrix1 Philadelphia, Pa, 5'it

; through some informality of.rotej Vienna has surrendered to the Imperial County, Fladetteased will. .,come forward and O.et,72. U41.3m' fi3 .-
for 1 p rocs im ea the result of the election to be a troops after a seige of ejigbt days.. On the 30th; make immediate payment t And,all -. i

y i tae; bat Col Gadsden, satis e4 that his oppo- ult.the attacking Genera.said,/'my troops will whatever demands the persons said Notice* NOTICE ;TO'"TRESPASSERS -
having q
leastaence' against estate >
I 1l.eJ1t I'll duly,. -'rV't d, refused. .to contest his enter Vienna to-day.1? The wjioleiown'was,in ,will render them in within tya years au.tlsmtic <* Au persons indebted S the Estate of James ,.PERSONS aereafter f'. "
deceased Ititeof ;
ript. Dival teespassin
possession of the Imperial troops on jthe jut'fast ; f county,,are A .
ted t&ef law directs .
as this notice Jand.of the 1i
nowaqaes aDdenip
vor < to forward and ed '
hl830 tfo .J1
requested jrr
when Gen. Bernard Chief of the after much resistance and. the Imperial palaceand "- make .
will be fcijm/of their recovery. 4 mouth .
plead .
:pIr. "pa eer corps of the United States,returned to library in flames. ate pa1 ?ant| and all:.creditors}. legatees, and 'otbatthe8iveirt ;;from=tb,Steam
'AHTampaiDec.94l848.. HIIYDFRSRN .'r. Haaard; toof the
Cot Gadsden was appointed by Pr suer It was reported and believed Paris that ; .' ., persons entitled:to distribution,in,said.estate, '-, that tract'of'land Bontbera onI a1
otal- ]
deatJschsou are hereby notified that unless they 'exhibit ,known as tfc ForbtJ'
the RothsChild''woulc'hare .
to that station He discharged the to,liquidate inconsequence G ther _
by $
their //ei lCutting down 'Live a
uw lea for a short and the of the events in'. claims too me 'within'"the time prescribed .IQJ Oat
time though posir '
illr4,4 hau!elevated sal the salary liberal : Y FRANCE. .Doa..IDaI8t.AupstiB, \ .... by law,'they. ,will be.forever baired.! i or timber;,growing-troon :afd} ; :
very "
"Y' rryiagaAiyiny wood timber
: .or vJpS.
MR. O. N..PAPY.takthiametbod
:: MARYLONG.Adni'x.Jacksonville
,Yi1 ofnouncing '
Solar disinterestedness three fare:, noted at 40 to : '
Frenqh cen
recommenUJ.lIgre&1 per '"' .J said
least Ad to the public'that .he has oCt 21 : #*W&IW JftIJ "cordiig :
.to the abolition of the office as ua- I 42. ,, ,:1848.,, 8t M to Jaw'And
persons ,furnishing
wits : the
l tCj-end that our force in Paris :opened a,PRIYATSFBOARDiNG:HOUSE in. - '. *' 1Jt" .JU1dVsIp".
n the offi- Gen.:Caraignac has a large to
iiutt palready Q ground j <$ '" '" with satis&ctoiy e ide of '
anw the.Cit".of Augustine for that!accommodation : any such dipn'
. sufficiently skilled te ezecu:e put down any attempt at disturbances.There 1'edc.aD", .Tax. r.Ilect r'c 'e.: t dations or' ,
trespusffl.saeieRt't0 '
lad '
+ -" 4
of and
; 6Redattea )1 iefa"ae1)ij generally, : ooarieslh. ;
tilt of engineers. The recetnmeII des will be a fierce contest for the Presidency by that he will T0ooefi'or'ta; 've satisfaction' WJLLBESOLDon; the 6ret' Monday in person o lDJWJ1g the same,than. be'suitabIt"re'riMed. ; "
*.t1Il braced by Congress and CoL.Gads- : Abe friends of Louis Jfapolpon l .The Std Re- sp'1 .: .((1849) 'between the. r
1'lbTland dQ to alL His house is wmmodiousj and situated _. _. P.. LM, ER k IB1lRJs.. -p w,
ls ds IplDI'etire4 from the any.' p'ublicans Socialists and Communists,are;colfeqting hours .of:lO.and.2!1 0'0Iockon :that day, the Octo,.r 14 i948- .. f .
in of e'ti V .1' :
fpsYthe decease of the lets lamented Gen i fighting men to supportNapoleon. a pl aa4Dt'J ; % ? -- South West Quarter of the South West Quartol4ectioii:7 e r. '- _. J. ,
St Augustine Nov.;25th ,3t I;
:few (formerly ; eD&tOr .in..ConM j One hundred*and fifty .thousand" men.;will t *, *, : ,Township 18, Range.: 19,and theNprthiWes.Qaarter. ; :lI T'.VB. '- r

.,.lout Co!.Gadsden. chosen to supply Gen. i assist at the proclamation of tht.French coi aat- -- -- "- ;of,the: :NorthlWest: Qua Y I1P:,YOrIRf'; rLOt'8"

>4ra p lase or President ort he' g eai south- Whoa ," -. ,. MON&OE-HQJJSE! tee of Section;1%Township 16;Range 19,South P Agea } *v 1d, atJada*'v** .,ia T3jfip4 ti

fat ,Rai1rb Dad and the BI. "cqlq1ected'With I IRELAND.. .. ; ,. -si rVT 1rt e i ; and tEas: ntaining::80 acns.-or.q, much as .or,tpsht w i re inatitnted ..i.- .
immediately ;
. C JUpollSlbl post lI.e at.1U. WU.lectipt Ireland us qniet,.with the exception of some -owTms., EZ..xoxhprrioxtnx. wilTsatisfy.tDe.taiea on t e'same for"the, ', ; r. A>'. ,,

.,. ora large Salasad elpitng,tuQt4legree difficolties'between" the l .dlords'end'teat n tes:., M:. .new building is'now)t in g fi fled_ present.l ear(1848( ,) =. ;all.:costs.and. ,expenses aWl' ..1&'J..<.>. B01U.CI-POLCOn.. 'f'-W -'Jttii -, ; ... .,
vasTht 'tht confidence of bis fellowJfcaOen. .rep for the acconaasodatiea of'tnote who accruing for:adfertising e.:, lance- .* The i *'--: v ; j! "

ft,4t .TsussC t VTheNruYoilcM, !. may visit oar Lake:(or the winter:swson:,:The above named lands are situate?in Lery county, f AdMiuistrator's:Aouce.T: '"t

.Taylor was spoken of as a ta4A i it ror'remarks that while he has no desire totyd dictate House if scarcely'one miltf frora the'Enterprise 'on tbe'Withlacooche,'a abort didanoelt ore,the A LL'' PERSONS interested in the-JEstate .; '

, lot _5 Le Presidency, Cot Gad rall\ ,.or say a word on the/ormatioa. Dirks Cabinet Howe.-, thus spriirgs of the'taiae 'miAlity.inits : called Fort Clipch,'asi owned f-. rSL"' .'*' Josiraa: JJiller,;are tavby astfiid !S; ?: ,r

infer .1o CTxarleuuin,"'and, in oonknctipnI 'cf the Praidental elect; still Uit ha been vieir&f .Post offic is tt jinn,- tidd! is at aridml.b". JamttLyiJch,"and boofidedby ': & ? tDa.tst. .des r ql anuary, 1849-T T* }

mestun", .; 'trelatlve Mr., ; E Holmes, who'as 'a;. the will of the pwple.that(he>hbnld !.eJeln the 5rafdiagoftbesteatmeriiaont>}wLald 14e.. 'U,' S.itnds,'_unless.,there.bave,been L.<>

1. 've'In Congress from that District,, to tb jPresidencj,the 1oUoA".!9I1 .\ .TaeFx ietor pledges;MmseVtbai ae effort; purchasedadjoining;;,The; above1 lands minittrator,> ;the Han Ju4F jof Probates, F i1fi ," '

deed his preference for GIn. 'Taylor,: bare been thfivselection made. .). } shall be pares on 1 part that.trQl'edn ace to will be sold at the Court use of Levy coon tJ.,. i and-. for Alachua County, for a jSaal settleaei I

-3:** HcBH. Ti*canvaja, which resulted lathe' I' "CrittenderEvans ofRefltd, ..."r fie'' "<_ ftorSliMt. 4 J I the comf 8rt0f; these'who may favor lilm with*' at.-the. -house- of Mary V..AM,.',- nd discharge',iron the fntticM&dmInisflati F II'

Bt 1110 ,the,Tayl ticket,, in that diatiict.--I. ,of aia;- EecretaryofTtaaurl&ngofGeorgia "JOt'I their patronage.VffiGIL'RJDUPONT";' GEORGE H. TRESPER-, of said twtaty and sbafl i a; 's '

'.. 'L eterted an actite i influence in behalf of 8ea'etar3! r.Nav! ,1 I! Qraage Coast:."Florid&f October 2018 J." $., 1',.if "Tax Acrasor"aDd. Collector Levy Co. thereof' JOSJAflfitecSfc(G;idm'r. -
5 "
::1' > ,ylorin Fl,,tad. the success"of the', ; B ll.ot Testa.}. etaty. at' *s..J ClTuiri' ; tf xor:11th, IMS H NewnansvilleIs; 1848. ta

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: ,t.: I: tion of Ml per$ nPit ,.$ i'1 FIV1tSBxV'r\RE ., ''."J''i., .
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. f.4' the Act of Congress, entitled.:;An Acttoprdvideforthe no'Us'P., No.,50 CED R-.sTRV. t,..t'hewuoL: : ,.: PICOMT" LO.a.t'D.i" ;$i"'' 'roti.e. ,< .':1o :j.b1.'. 'fr"gaparilla'over' 'U all other1ess1t. .iI' .era- uUldJ4U..U) ,.iUS'CIf. j
r1" r. Armed,'Occapatio'n'and Settlement' : r whir ideyttl t L OZhi111t1On and..ialeP.RTNEb ,.rt. :COftnecti Wjt1. ,t4o> Ch$1'leston' Daily, f, .fj-9 di cates' .i..1J'\.l't''JUVJfM1'ft.lMw. -
: JWTOTO fAijfflaMS K ji
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of the unsettled, >f the Peninsula of Flori. ,' t ". "-, ""'' ',' .. MajXSteam-Jpack; te-at'ayannai,; thCaniOrpa1tkatc. bod m r diseases to..6U emal.RJd
.J":: parti o UJcr1 AThcte. 9 .,' .".", .. .'fl:"'.;..': ; : ; f "J. ', -" "" hf i
ho ) 1-; : H" > Sn .; ,A 'DpG:7 tro= Lat iJ lea1Itnd. stkiijtb' .1. ".1
were :
; Angust-J'thilfrlS/ftnd, ti.me..o Ja, d
n I' ns 'cdaapproved : f t" ., '- "j'Jt >. Peri _Y ). ... '.
C I'.COE.S +
:tp.occupauts under that Act and the Act.mendaA -, ; Moikth'y: :&JfojJ gtageSj/rooi Pie01ata to.Atiiuea 4 L.'t !" "t.\tO oU'p"t e C1J .;: 8 ei :1. 1LflZ w&NII1 lcr

.:Ji .!; 9 j : tory: fihereef/approved.-fun6'l5th, 1844, and : :TJ ci pr 'Stock, consists .pf-,flCT .YJt-- St '' ,' fjwm 1.;kcrekvia.N; wr .Atiron* J tis consumpUonj Uver c mplalnfy I' jes1uableptm.'-)14' .Ii', 'Gt.. c

J; ht. J ii fbo actually!occupied;" setUaT:under said One Thousand 'Pack.oges- na'i ill9)Alug torTiliiieral.Springsand Coin.# #.P '
; ; 1.A c -Jind did not volnnfarily relinquish and Embracing some* THOUSAND of different Tunbus,'"to-Tallahassee, ....- ..."..!. ting of bloodjsorenfessinthe ": J" .r,"". "fkth' ; '*.r.>. to. ;.

:G I t f' : f abandon the same;- but continued to reside on p! ttr$' iandvclolori: gsaria comprising'everything OCM JI.AGEEii ) Capt. A. CHA.sE -- hectic flushj nighjBrx *- dlfli. .' n..1ncJe1. th4b..JQ'| J ,4

: i II ..**aid frontier South of tke line dividing Town- desirable in the line, FOREIGN and ST. MATTUEWS... .. UP..McNv.'ft .-' n H ir ,i'.eu1r ''Prof Je'expec.a- ., all tkedis ase3 .. \ .

'.r-: vi !' ... ,:hips numbers nine and ten,,South'and East of DOMESTICf H t n.9 7 49 i ) I -rift These rr packetsleave->* tf Savannah r.asa & n"tj eyeryTuzsxAY0o'ctbclnd+ '* .' '" torationind bain', -. ,! oJftrM ea e( hp ,.1D'lr.4..
line in;said Act 'of 1842 '* .U'df which Qff red for 1e for cash orsatigfactpiy'credit .: iiintheA1di4: '. : ftlil>te'ImpurjUw
1: 1 the base specified ; are 'and'SAT&.hlM luNaf t: arv 1, ; .. .. .'.1 nUjr1the fenatnraI .energj I?bo ".
.(('fr I thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Acte, : ] .t'.te IO)rEdT.RICE2yth' ,rive at Picolata an:time for the Mail:'Stages'togo <, S ,". {< Jmve, 10414J .I;. to. 4, .'gf%e body- no ,'1O fq'$ It

4 : .; : .Vj2:- I' b. t' St, ,before eve + t -ea.nbe; ,, .the system as. to produce
:i 1 6PlECE through tojj Augustine nigh ure&1 t>t *, ub5e4nhaLt
. % : t... .At Newnansville, Alachua County. n t.--
.."it. .l. '.,Jday, 2th October 10. dayi. \ -. Styles ,are ,received.almost every day H Returhingleave; PaIatka"every TVESDAT"and- "Probably.there neverl: L;ft m d y'thaa. 1 .f9r female.weaknessand disea -

a:.t..,;r ", At; Long Pond, Levy: County., on, Mpnday. 23d and niany.of them are( -u"p''fo .our own sales, FMDAY MORNING;;at'Ttfclock,'t'duching as aboveeach.way. .been so,successful in despwrate cases of coiisuiiip-' : S'iss- OF THE iuj2
r..r :" *.,. October 10 days.' i andnotjt6"befoundelsewhere. ,J 'iv ;. :h .; < tion as, this;. clennsei!and itrengthens"'thesystem ::TUREAJVDIOPsy iJVi

t? At-Micmo'py, At hua' County, 'on'Thursday, I If Printed uist.of prices, corrected .from They are bpth./tfOTjjr c .b atsinconilete.. and.appears tot heal the ulcers on: the .lL -;;. ,. N Y .
day to day with variation in.the market .lungs, and the patients ,gradually regain ., ,-TosxJ.ka,8 JRJ.y:22taa41.
:Wf 'No\'ember2.days. every .; orderj.fiandsomely; ,furnished injevery respect : :. -jT' .
r: r" At St. Angustine: John's Countyon Thursday 'are placed,in.the hands of buy ri. ;' are 'cOx I inatided' by gentlemen of well usual health and strength' w '_' I ,en i t .d' .i : a:disea&e.bft.he ,, *

,. l"-; 9th November, 10 days. ,Merchants will be':. able to form;some idea of known experience on'the" route,' and their patrons -' CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTIO:; l! ,, } le npLure for.ojer,4 l'

";j : ; At St.Lucie County, on Monday, 27th ovem.uc the extent. ani Variety. of ourassortment when ,,are assured that every attention will'be There is scarcely day passes but theriaic'a 4hepeider,1part-r the ti1be.4&i

.. :; :!. .... ; '. ber, 10 days. we stat ;'that the value of our usual stock of paid to.: the safety:.and.comfort:of passenges number of cases' of Consumption 'reported as fpubled with_boxtness ofbreat _

D ; At. el1onvi1le le, Orange County, on Thursday, I'thisio.NE ARTICLE, is at least, twice_ the value f and to the. careful handling! of freight. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's SarsaparilLiv ;terin.;.of.jthe.heart,-which:has, .;

.:> !. : "14th December, 10 days.' the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by AGENTS: The following was recently received. : .,B : tressing,.,and h88dftqnent1l''liable

. tr 1f.ft JLt Ocala Marion County, 'on Monday, 1st January our largest y wholesale.jobbers.. This fact ,together Brooks & T pper, K. Savannah.A. D& -TOWNSEN -J? if.r&'r:: For the last ]lJ.Y ;iher bed:: rapttiri, .. tt
. .". :1.- 10 days. 'with the tLct hit our means .and our ..A. DeLorme, -" }'Darien-. three years I have' beeri'afflicted with general and8eTere. She tried almost -

'ml' li.', At Chocochattic, Benton County, on, Monday. 't attention, instead of being! divided among a.vast Friedlander! e..- .- Brunswick. debility, and-nervous,consumption 'of'the last .cases with but little- tI1e1iLn r lt Mf'Psuch. l.:

Hi4: ."*? :- 15th January, 10 days. ;..[ variety of articles; 'are devoted wholly to ONE, John ile s'eiit. ,' St. Marys. stage,and did.not expect t6 ever'gain my,healthat had taken but three bottles 'ioTijn

: L-.H'::: tf'-- At Tampa Hillsborough County, on Monday, 'will render the advantages which we can offer Fernandez & Bisbee., ,.' '. Jacksonville.-, all. After-oing througK 'a'' ourse of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved l"b _

ft' ..r. SOth J auuary, 10 days.'o o dealers perfectly' obvious ;7. and it shall be A. ,Coy, -. .. .Bl ck Creek. under the care of some otth of the heart and the\ruptule'i ofteai

.';t(} .H'AtKey West, ur care that hone who visit our establishment Geo. Cooley) .-,, Picolata., guished regular physicians and -modistin-I .fu disappeared. ahnoe&r .

.? 1 : .' February, 10 days. shall meet wit4' ny disappointment. .5. S.P..Hawkins ,. Palatka.E. Board Health in.'New'Yprk7'and elsewhere,; .he has also had the dropy'ancr1rl

:Iij..:,./. ,tAt Dade County on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 Our assortment is complete at all ,seasons of Lafitte& Co. ; Charleston. and spending the most,of my'earnings in attempting much swollen. 'We ;had _o idea that di

',. days. I the year.. LEE, JUDSON & LEE., N. B.-i Goods 'consigned 'to the Agents for 'to regain my healtha d after read ,bejso-b nfifitedj.as she bad 8Udr'

t. r' jI" All. cases presented will be examined and I P. S.::B. F. LEE, formerly *of the firm of 'warded free of commission. Freights from Savannah ing in some paper of your SafsapariUa'J resoLved of diseas 8. But it hapearj ,st.range'.a tomi

;: ": --reported on, and persons'interested are request1.f Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original i Charleston.and all way freight to try it. After using six'bottles'I found it ,!relieved her of thido. h.]apt

, :i .o.ed to have their permits, depositions, and witnesses firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection payable by shippers.T' done me'::great good, and Called to see you.at .that ,tbis tatement is so .struJ 1.nJll

') 4 ;l' ready, and be prepared to prove their he withdrew! some time ago,:has'resumed September 30, 1848. 1yltIE'DIVA.L your office : 'with'your advice kept on, and do almost like fiction, but jt is l1en.itJ1"lIt.nw
' :' ; Yeases fully, in cenfnrmity with the printed in- business in connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for'yonr.ad vice., I persevere reality. Your !
.'., "' forwarded each claimant. Judson and assures his friends that the NOTICE. ,in th Sarsapanlla'fa)1"atall
.i.e'h : 4' trtructions new taking e Sarsaparilla and have been flable. medicine, 8 should be,
.:1tr -: HUGH ARCHER, concern shall have. the same, pre-eminence in D. RS. WILSON'and VAN WYCK.'(late Pro able to ttend :to my usual labors for the last one that is s suffering Jed bI'. t'tftJ
w! kaww
f-lt : 'U.. Agent Unit d States Treasury. this branch':of trade, :which formerly distiri fessor ot.Surgery'in the Franklin Medi' four months and I hope by thebl i-ngs of God. disbelieve this account they Ir.eat. fUj

: 'Oc t. t.:1, 184S. nl g uished the other two 'houses to which he be cal College
Ir ." -S.,- longed. June 25, 1847. ly partnership for.the practice MEDICINE and It helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,-respectfully T *
: : In Monroe Circuit Court SURGERY and for .the INSTRUCTION OF .
n. ; ; knew my case. ,CHARLES :UIMBY.. WILLIAM
_ .;,.,, STATE OF FLORIDA. A. M. REED MEDICAL STUDENTS. Orange Essex Co.N.!J4 Aug. 5 1847. .-' ,M' ,Jtott*
'It.; Patients from a distance can be well accommodated State oJNew Jersey Essex" Chas. .
County ss.-
t. '. Angelo Lopez ) PYSPEPSY *
:...,..,:0-''.1. fS. Bill for Divorce. HAS constantly ofGroceries on a well assorted and on reasonable terms, either at the, Quimby being dulyj'sworn according lawn, No jfluid or medidine has ever been:diaww1
f ., Hotels,or Private Boarding Houses of the city, his oath saith that the foregoing"Statement..istrue ed
; ;It Maria Lopez.p J which so nearly:
a.\. resembles'toepjfn'eJBiirf
,. and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical
Provisions the
:' ') : proof-having been made to me that the DryGoods, according best of knowledge and or saliva decomposing
: :DUE:: and Surgical attention as their cases may belief. CHAS. tndfltreBffti'wii I
:: '''i' in the Bill filed in the above Hardware Crockery ,&c. viz QUIMBY. the organs Digestion as tbis prepantioaj
; require. Sworn and subscribed to before at ,
me Orange, Sarsaparilla. It
U use resides out of the State of Florida it is positively cures iail
- A limited every
number of OFFICE STUDENTSwill
Superfine Flour in bbls and bbls the 2d August 1847.- CYRUS BAt Wfl4 II
V4: hereby Ordered That a hearing had on the % ; dyspepsia, howeversevere or ehjcnicr>
Pilot be received, who will be supplied with Justice the
of .
Bread and Peace.
Butter Crackers
Sugar BANK
the first ALBANT
in said Bill of
facts charged on Monday ,Jhy OJ.t I
Books Plates
Anatomical and other ,
Hams Prepara.tions ,
Bacon Pork F M
Beef Pickled -
:i.f -May next, and that if the Defendant do not appear 'Tongues; -will be in DK. TOWISSESD-Sir: I han&eadjcd
Mackerel xegularly examined th.e progress TWO CHILDREN SA VED.
Codfish Salt Rice
. ; and answer said Bill by said day, the same ; is for 'several years 'with dispea (itionf
of'their studies -the mode
: her. Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White ,Beans according to Very fewfainiliesindeed.i'n fact we have form;attended with "
;: : : be taken as confessed against .pursued in the large Northern cities-will be heard sourness of lt ini % ]oa
Irish Potatoes 'of -that used Dr.Tbwnsend'si.Sareaparilla
. ): That of this order be published in ; not -one 'appetite, extreme heartburn
; a copy some aajsptitaversion' :
Oil Candles taught to compound: and .dispense Medicines, in time lost ,
': Sperm ; any'children the past to all'kinds of food ,
. :r public newspaper of this State for the space of : and fbf Vttfc
andwill beiinstructed
I..c'.';' .. three months before the day appointed for said Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee. [ inthe, minor every day summer, while1 those that"did not ickened and (what I: could'eat) I have been niable'ioiiUa
duties of the
S.. Muscovado N.O: Molasses Surgeon- Bleeding, Cupping, Bandaging died. The certificate we publish.below is
:'o;' hearing. JOS. B. LANCASTER, Sugar, ; conclusive -but a small porticnranjmy stcn h.: "Itrlkui
.!:: .. : Judge So. Circuit State of Florida. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Criished/and Pulverised &c. &c. evidence-of value, and sonly another usual remedies but they;had'but litlCsr:3eftectinremoving
!: j THOS. F. KING, Solicitor Complainant.Sept. Sugar; Perhaps no. Private' inariy American instance of its caving the lives of children: the complaint I,iriti iih .

;:\ri a,. :.' 16, lS-IS. 3m Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,Turpentine city will afford a greater,variety of new and approved -, TowKSEKD) Dear Sit: I had two -children ed, about two months since, to tri1mof JJxnwt

....,.c"."c. ; remedies, or present more p 1Lct ...facilities cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer Sarsaparilla, and I inust say 'iriti littl fCOJ.

'f : 'A lqarsIiaI's'Sate. London Porter, Port Madeira, and Champagne for'students. complaint and dysentery y one was -only 15 fidence; 'but after-nsing..nearly two*,bbtfiet I
:! "\ virtue of two Executions issued out of Wine; In connexion. with this department, it may months old and the other3'years.. "Ihey were found appetite restored and
'" BY my tic fe&thn
I the District Court of the United States for be proper to state'that 'soon as possible, an and
Cordials much reduced
( Confectionary;Preserves, &c. very ; we expected they vsould entirely removed, and:;!would eaiaestlyh
..l"; the Northern District Florida, and to me di- A Comphte Assortment 'f Dry Goods .,Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and die; they were given. up 'by two respectable commend the use
:1..(. J .:ect d and delivered, against Arthur Burney, Calicos Ginghams; Muslins, Bonnet and .Taffeta'. Surgical Patients will Reopened,when students physicians. When the doctor i informed us that afflicted as 1 cave To! '.&..
" ; 1 have levied and shall sell at Ribbons will have theopportunity-of ptad\caXly studyingdISeases. must lose them
,. : s : upon, public auc- ; we : we resolved to try:your w. w. VAN ZANM.N. .
j;:; : : .tioninfroutoftheCourtllOuse, in the city of"Jacksonville .Sheetings and Shirting ble a.ch'd and unbleach'd; J. T. WlCSON, M. D.. Sarsaparilla :we baa heard'so much ofj but had B '.Purchase one buhUth ashave iis .

:.pt between the hours of 10 a.m. and Irish Linen; Diaper, Bishops and Long:Lawn; C.C. VAN WYCK, M. D. little confidence,.there beingso much stuff advertised pen7 that hid rt bottle' completely and iw

1.1r.t'6: ,2p.m.of the first Monday of September next, Cambrics, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar,Muslins; Tallahassee,A1 g. i, 1848. 6m that is worthless: 'but %e are very the written signature of 8P.TOWJiSIKR.

' 1".:-I a Negro Woman, named Peg or Peggy, and herr Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; STATE OF'FLORIDA thankful that.we did, font'undoubtedly and Principal. .OfBcfr.. 126 Fnlton-stJTrn, Bnilfisf

; =; .1 .*wc children. ROBERT MYERS,Marshal, Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; MO ROE,.COUNTY.. ,the lives of both I write his that others may N.!Y.; Kedding&'1'eo. 8-St- --et.J- ---ato1i-J--- ;,

_).'.. k. .: By his Deputy, G. HUMPHREYS. Wine white and brown Linen Drill. for ..rants.. Benjamin" 'Meein. -- ,1 be induced to'use it. *. Yours,.respectfully, & sons 132 North Second-al. Pfcibdeh&i; IHance

..."s.' Marshal's Office } &CT &C., &C # 4' Chan < "- JOHN'V1LSON." Jr.. .&-. druggist, ;Baltimore; :IiI r-& n.Bichmond .

: t. St Augustine, Jaly 22.1818.1" Umbrellas! -Silk, Gingham, and Cotton. ,in'steel .Thomas.>, TaylX.Ppip > ery.ayeiandJames'FilorJ ., Myrtle-avenue, rooklriSept.15,1$47. :''P...M.' Cohen ;Charlestm-Tri lt
.: : 'i f3 The above sale is postponed to the firstS and whale bone frames; ,,.?,. ,,' '. :: ,. ;'L Tl rAFSLUM.' &'co, 151;(- .:New Orl mjri03&itiJ

i;.1-- -. "I. Monday in November next. Hardware $ Cutkry-Knives, Scissors; Razors; IT appearing to.-me blta1idaTit thahomaaTay1or'and James Cummfnjgs, Esq. one: of the.Assistants eanl-stAlbany,- 'Van-Bnckirkf2S21'ttt. if

I. .&. G. HUMPHREYS. Deputy Marshal Nails, Hinges, 2utt5,'Knives and Forks, Spoons, hjlfi J.aiY r,defendants in.the ih theLufiaticiAyslum.: 'DlackWell'8Islond,1S the' ,Market? 'nnd Broad-sts..'NfcWM*}N.7.4idijf

::: :. St. AuguEtine..Sept.9,.1S4S. Tea Trays; billMidin' ;'the.above eause.reide- out of he I gentleman spoken of in the'following.letter: principal, Druggists'and' 'Merchaati gtiffiDj
.f'. '. Collins'Axes Hammers Hatchets- State of Florida and that the said Thomas Tay. ,
f. Saws R.HElll1T.A.TISM.. ,. I :throughout the United States, Wm1.'iaItheCanadaa
.t;,.:;,. ;. NOTICE.APPLICATION will be made. to the next Carriage&c.&c.Wrenches.* Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles lor Sawyer resides resides in Europe in'tbe* and State, that of Mississippi the said PLU-p 'This is only one,of,more than'four':'thousandcases : JL. M. REED?Aetat :>s

; rheumatism .that,Dr.,Townsend's Sar-' JacksonvBl. ffcifo. ..
.. ;,. ,of Florida for an act A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks ,It is Order d. JThat"said defendants appear II February 26 1848. .
',:j; o incorporation to authorize a company to construct A Goon Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. and answer the said bill/otherwise.it shall be: saparilla" h'as cured-rrThe ''m t..senJe and. ., ly" -

L;4',.,,;<-r a Rail Road from.Cedar Keys, or some Boots 57.ofs-Men's,Women's and'Children's taken !ro confessp.Jt chronic cases areweekly .eradicated byatsex1traQrdinary NOTICE. '

) ., :eligible point on the Gulf eOf1jt, to the St. Matty's Boots and'Shoes, fall kinds. 'is furtherOrdered, That jic PYlor this Or- virtues :. ,- '
t. .; River or some eligible point on the Atlantic der be "Bt.ACKWKLL7sIsLAJip, Sept.l4iS47DB. < QIX MONTHS after aafe-I, ibrt[ pta\
i' r .; : A variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery Mcdicines published |n some newspaper printed in % S k3
TowjjSEA'D-r.Dear Sir ts'and vouchers tri.1
.1 have a o
t John's'River. : suffered as
the St. '
:i; .: coast or &c. the Circuit of Florida, once month '
; .. August 26 184S. 3m for nine months in reference to the said Thomas: terribly for: nine years with the,rheumatism;;' Barnajd, Jr, latftif.Dnlcounty'deceased ,
; Jacksonville .
.; :t ':.-_ _ _ _ _ _ ,April .15,1S48. lyINVALUABLE Taylor; and once, .:week for four months.> in, considerable of the time 1, ould not.eat, sleep' : -to the.H .t;% I 1 or-work Iliad ,th&most and of said Bounty' for 'a' final eettleiaeaUf..*
D ; dietressing pains
A CAR said ,
, reference to the Philip SaW'er. .
,{ '
t JOS..B. mylimbs wete'terribly swollen. IbAve: used .Estate, and LANCA
:t-r ALADY, 'desirous of locating Florida, FAMILY it TER four bottles of ypur$aMaparilla,and they have Letters Dismission as such A&niautrattu

.. :?" ,. has had several years experience COMPANION.. Judge'So. of'Florida done'me more'than one' thousand dollars,worth''goodlam which 'all persons interested .in said Eatat1If)
\ ,' : is a Teacher cf the Higher Branches of an SIX Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure THOS. F. KING, SoL for CompVt.Key .' t/ so much better.. ,.Indeed desired take noticed '':
'4 ,. Education with French Music and of West,February 19,1848. :9m am ,1
hi English Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the. 'entirely'relieved. JJ6uajareat,liberty to use HENRIETTA ABNABDAdL
t : Embroidery, wishes to be employed in an Academy Heart, and allFemale Diseases. 234 28 this Jacksonville .,
pages, for the benefi.t.f'the.mict d. March 4. 18-18. 6m
f '. for Young Ladies, or to hear of some heal- engravings: Paper -50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- I1 .J4MEscft; I TourSj'respectfully ". EsC; m -
_ thy village in which she could establish a School. Mail to any,part-postage 9ets. ,, ; -IO11-C.. .J.'

::...... ,. Every,desirable reference, and all further information Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders,. $2. 1\1TESSRS. I1otM s"'&.CO., ,haveremoved' "' '> COULD 2v"OTW4LLThatD. S"aftu date J hall presets/ ,
: may be obtained by addressing, Mail tonaypart; 60 'eta.- posth.ge.- Inhaling ,.LV= their stock of Merchandize to the: large JCownsend'siFSarsaparilk is they ve SIX.lON and vouchers as xecutcr.0fl1'$
(post paid,) P. HELL Charleston, S. C. Tubes,Silver: $3 letter .best.remedy..for*female omplaints there is Estate \9 w
.ti by-mail, postage.. Abdominal building formerly occqpied by the'1I cl States,. no dispiting.thousandsaniL! 'thd aaiids James B. Roberts- deceased;
,. Sept. 23.1848. 5t Supporters, perfect-; to $10for': "all' .kn wn' as the:Governmenti5Building; ; They weak sindLt-deliilitated, femalesi tha of Judge of Piobate of this county, for'settleaaj
.- ca' I "' Ruptures, -Fulling of the Bowels 'and Womb, have added to their stock;by the'late'arrivals'from -were prostrntedby.th andallowance by hint;'and at the same time

t._ II NOTICE. and Weak' Back, and Chest ; sent by express New York;a full'assortmentb'f DrY.GoodsGroceries / .se" diseases toirhich; females., are, halt apply'.to the said .'J dge or Conr'fc"
i4 .' WEEKS after date I shall to the subjecttvrere. SOQn in the/enjoyment of robusthealth.
SIX apply everywhere. For Braces or Supporters or' Hardware ''PrOvisn.c '&c. &c. t !, 'finaldiscbarge tfronxjmy'ExecutorsMp of w*
Honorable of Probate ,; : ., .. v* < .
Judge in and for4he'County \ i "if '
Rupture Supporters :ceaitdI
give heignt'tro'm head te which1 they are prepared to sell tt :iethie2'" $ Estate pfcsaidJamesB. Robert
_ _ of Hillsborough, forLetters of Ad- foot, and circumference-of person.next the surface prices.Theyare.'nowprepared. v u> \ ,.,, t.,Nwj.Y'oa Sept3i"l847.Da1 i ,.. ,H JOHNiBOBEBTSExec, '"
ttunistration on the Estate .of .Susan Stafford owsryrD ar Sir,:' .My r ifeh s'.for
above ;
just t 'dc&
the'hips.v-Rupture : 1 1I 1 lastMil & .ofJa.B.obert3
1I ,mention:. tbpurchaseCottons; : : \ 1 .,
. .- 1a.te'cf said county, deceased which side.. tfie.last year-.beenrvery} sick, nnd'm a(greatly i .
: Agents wanted for the sale the Hides and I v 1848. 6m
of other produce of the cO iifr at the'highest 1 April i v, .
t JOSHUA: STAFFORD. above goods. Address Dr. S. 'S. FITCH "707 Market'fates s4ucc4,,,state. ,,jof health,'being reduced iby .a' .. -'
and. make cash advances1 ,
{ Eillsborough County, Septcmber'2.1S48 Broadway, New York postpaid. variety of complaints such as females are liableto Adralnlstrmor's Notice, \
on consignments to their"friends' j "
iri'Savannah ; : ;
sher got BO bad length that she entire-1 ,
April 1 S48. ; was ,, -. i
,: lyi and Charleston,;or,New York.- H unable to and 'iIwEi : crib i'iiD ifi d.IJIi1.
Executor's Notice.r walk was helpless as a child; .
*r I r MONTHS after date I shall They havVa new, afticleTof Wrought Iron she commenced and : :i.r6"oh'the Estati tthi 1aIaO'Txi
-$IX apply to the 'CO ,FISHERMEN.The Ploughs--to which th'eytwould' can'the usigy ur Sarsaparilla, '- ...
[ Judge.pf Probate of Duval county, for a -if- attention"fDlnnfoWilH'* respectfully to v' she immediately!egm".gain.hef.8trel1gtht, .1\oii e.-ij.' J Jj jitaiaJIP
'4 .final discharge from my Executorship of'the American. ,Net and Twine. Olanafac-. .Jl'aeksonvill :'NoY6846 ,' her.compl ints eft lei'iiid ft rtn.1dDg'seve- ; dliois,..Legacesx.d kibuWJ_
ring Company. ; .., I .ktf,, rid ibottles'sheSCs istOreLaseI'thoughtibmiit'd&g': and th't. Idemands -__i"d. .1 .,
B. Roberts deceased. .
it$ ; Estate of James : **. 5" ',' t.,' ,40 ,.t ,' 'f. 'f" ; : .$ g 0 ) having ,-
: .I": 'May. .th, 1848. ,. ,'WM.;, .JROS.S; Sx'r. *'WMr?STONE ;AGKNT, ; TJEE OV'mitt.r # :. : : O4' ,pnblLhi4 ."tatet,6 'resent.hi i poPeniy.autbet4by
\.". 'tl'. ., :. _' _' '.No.56 Commercial Street t, .Boston* Mass S 1"; J-4 .;-4--er I p.vL :. She used a number of remed e t a nelher i iri i n e"t t P b ; lair:t*J$1!

" I"to :r -Duval MII1UaCIaiiumus. f FOR -S meTwk 59'G9 corn r rJ""td'h .t'\\N, ...."..IIor k1' no good previously!t .' Ydursrespectfully. be.ify tP.aidhiS etC!'
I. non-cbrnmissioned officers and priyates OFFERS forFidh HE subscnbers.hae akin the, : : f:i- 'lOHNtMULI' 1 'I
'js : rtl. andGilling; Twines of T > Type spun.4nynnill : 87 .N rf.I1-8. $ kbe din,bftheirrecowery- i
THE tall description )
: :"i"4. -
:Mr.; ; ; Bush Price and Suarez' conhiuctho'business It\ ,A.p ENMfIUo
Captains : :
, 1. | o ks,.L ads.-'Ropeing &0. ; lately -* '-f** I ** ***".-r-.JAJrn' "T> :
i.t' ,panies'FloridaMounted Militia/or servicein tho Also; all,descriptions" Netss and Seines,Ii &c.--. conducted bj'Rob rt Tay6>j :-tll1ey svjfl.attend j'-7HTO'lT i (LXnIESr. .. Jf}!eW2fl5YillTU1y13l84&i; i. "' ';i 2-

';: {rears.1838-9,who have not yet signed'the necessary 'and.Se1n 3--.i hing Seine! .with-Turtle'Nets to all orders they may receivejviih.punctuality 't ,4"tiff 4f..i 'iPq1 R_; f E % : '
and :
i;g papers,relating to their claimsin; the hands without bags-Cast.NetSj'&c .&c.-l.PersQns ondrd.lSna.tch-' .Tvne.lnanufactured d by: R, ND s.f" f." lLLA. iia sovereign? .. ; : UCTjONQT1CyAT :
ih .r
; wilfj "
.A andersignedare requested toxio so without them iII d (7 1t ; .th .ivnr fiiviisli
: ; ttf the a1
want can have, Nr.DESCRIt'TION of Net speedycure fOuCpiCnt on.mptjoand omrrri)11'f.J
Ui ',The to be signed are left withCoL or Sein all kind;P.rwtirs Materidhtff tue'besfouafc' SA.tn'.i1joEJ .
:: delayi papers maJet. order I ndibipped.ti theiraddressthejjvmplease : lor.th ge tall ,atratlon"of the system.io tyi1
Pons,.at the Post Office; or'may be'feigned ity. %MnJfAlTOyer; r,cJ1S; tin/e1apleye4; matter whether teesuU"t ON Saturday5 the 28th pf'QctoberBib
tl name length;depth and size of 5Msuperintending inenttcaiise'o ; 1ti11
GREGORY : the *' ( tQldtothehi'ghwt bidder
I&t.m1office. YALE, mesh in' their orders. 'manufacturing\department j rr i'i 'TI dced'byfrregulirity ilLness S ,
Letters ,'
'of ., ., or
inquiry I "I .. .. ... s'as she'noir" .
'. Agent Duval.companies. OO e. promptly answered tyttlil.oFitaehf&e *Cident ;
March 4 1S48. vertisedftrlth'e! bscribersho .. :;'f'I' :1. :: :': .mdy. .af : h with;all-her tackleandnppareLBp : *
tf piay fafaetf:
v ;
: 1.Jacksontillej Boston\' S pt.-9,.1848./ 3m.1t I othingcanbe.more suxpisngthitsj't6tigeff Id
r---- u <"p this:neticefo.tKree7njontu !wfll b.y'e-ntitled'ta: ti on"the humaXmnie. ,?ei4 .beli' r4 Cabl iBlcI&c.jna. .. ,' "..

.,.. 1" NOTICE. 5- .Fifty.Dollars:Reward receive pAy in'tyjpeyi nTpiarcl ingifiYe' iniesi:' 'S s&ll m s" &w u i :fr m.t?l li t ,. ;. if $ t .'
I fI1ri. _
t4 WEEKS after date 1 shall apply to the t the amount oft.b1rj4ertisuig.| -*, ',*-'"i atou G nII # rude : J.t: ; "ALSO'i / "
: ? eMmeObUai4
f en
Honorable the Judge of Probates of Columbia : 1 OldJype tak'en in excKangefor wat'9cts.sSPj ts t' y..t.. ,_ : t'.t 1 -d.dj.m-c Piwsure'EndrinW& t ."
tit 'Letters rof (.undersigned ro'rUhe-ajprehenliJ'Si'; ", ,' \T_ __, "i"1 "" 'J .wuuenc. ut1. te' Po eta *lieeii ;-.tu f .s _* "'m1e*.r; lr
Administration g tid in'e1
.1'1 ,
County, 1J .. .
ii is1'
,&onndsafOdeljye. 'ffe ftf1tram. htcliis thegreatcause ",' '
frhe'sSS '
GilL deceased,:late fait'o : >L ? -1 -'L'L1i1". .. '
u.the'estiteoJuseph'S.: of 1
ntb' Jcftt 8" i 1 ; : of barrennegs 1 '
SuL Duval .
DANIEL iCountyfgail ):thefol.:.: J.tt "" if ". j' 'SMe't i'1 ilc \ 'sr .1
; 11A VERS. t ce
: idcoM4j 1. printed, was cast atitms establishment. 4\ .It JriIl.nnt .b.A u Aii ifciiJl* #. ; ''
lQwing o P i of scp '-'
negroe&towit; C4
VebIataCwomfr "
'AlligatrAuit 12, 1848.4 6w 1' ni ald &n r44 fwmTIN A"YLOR' ;; e te' 'r i'i.9 Mf irtificiitei s -'IFor f2rtbrT'lax1,,l7 I.t OS .l1...
-. ,6'.ooy, .Gegrg1&13 'g rand'wnat chUdrenthe :' sigi.edMadICourt House: .
d -
: -; ..d'.tt .Bu $ra.to bel't"1'all ;; J rr 3miii: = I 5'TLJ
:J-'At ilii1sirator's Notice., above nainediyenis mightTraeborhed: tf'ufl' r asUaffitcted tiahnnthed t 1..i1. t 'I i ;NO
1f. P'LJ
since he .. \' .1.&eian7:}9)f1'S) 4&'t .k. 'fhd $ rw iJ .b ji'f ied.tOn: ; .
been .
PE'llSONSittereslfd in Estate ; absenl,fiupppsed'tc 'be;two ... .", ... .. J.' .' .' "" 'MadisonC.tti.SepL30 184a t1J 11
.A..LL tthe! of or three,AndtEHick,'an(ld:1trfeil\;ri :***,. :- i ': : ..J..J.\I&ntbi'f ,3';UB L-O SSZHD aV WJ'ie l1"5"tr & .l '! .,;E.Wre yr.. i. ." ii nf}.- ..; -'i---r'
"arV "
I thhtJos'huaM1ler, ; hereby noti- ,,(The, Above;:fugitive- 1aves'h"a'vetbeena* lent 'E in .J n.... .JA.Mi.t %m.. aMl, & ner deWUty .'. HfJ.i ; ,.t"iJ .(u ..i.sr": : ;.. 'l .OJ '
ifiedThat on the"1st dyjpi January;,184. Oj} for-aearlyfour.years'i; /iJQHN'M v*>*- 2. .} IkMeoFLthead.lacO4Bat. !t i11fi1 \imC D Vj ot 1 ..1)sta'C_. _er'S)1a d'1 1'lr r ,.
! t : ii4 .. ,
accounts andTpucher as A&mlnirtrator ." 4mb s -SVhLtoLini & > fs. ; .
htll present ray *..JacksoaviUeTMarch35tiu: >18M J.1 z f -L.jj! < Wftici ... .CUewev: AiPerfltireatbIa 1 *b7
? : to' the Honl u geP.r.9 a c8 in i h ". .. Cni f} ; gwg''igqj Bbbiet:'Mos 1oneBonba rt' ,1':1IL.Jt$ t.; ,, .. f i; i.-J.J
.uT 1' \\i ;L.I'0" .J tf !ied1cindescbed1 as""cu SIS.e
'C. -- 'c-- -/ ; ii 7. i{4'1JWJ1t.4.,. .,&lSO.. 41i :
,1. ''''
ji :and lor Alachua County for final"Mttlementaadrfischari5e PORK: ; ,Mackerel-'ButteV JA < 4D4ChUS1'i Jir'ftsw ginbten 1t.a5r 'h'-\ 1 Vapr.
Bacoaj .fog'
; IUII.u..Wl'tIQ v
,rJJ f 'N 'c f'rn' gtJ : .
the from heii'
4Mh; : aamimstratJGnojfwidi ; Bi J 'bt ( dabottIe ereUirGrlCo1oU
.Qigars '
UI 'ln1 ofji tcti 4'At"J
: cc d W-'r \ \It !'
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