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 23, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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: ....tit aU.DOtUM per annum ; '> : i\ : L: ; :4 loI F13i 3.4fII : : 't ; i" 'country from-serious commercial th&hole'c'* :-*?

1QPJ'th. ;. :: DOLLARS,i if at the end ofthe yenr.reltl5etnenta .- ., ,: ,., ",.J., 4.' ..1r", ":. ...,..,- -:, ," ... ,. .. .ti Ji s" ff lf red u erUeT : ,'

sh'ba'IIIPlaiat will be inserted on the follow- UK oUNTRYt' l.t : l' U .fl. itW' "2 h-9tfir. .l ir ,' Jt jr.t. Bite'syatemV i : 'Itt;the year.; 1847 ,theref >riaar.revulsion1 j.' II f

e I' .' t1".fl'1. tnn ti.Ut: ::1J'iI"t "X' t'"f.' "tJ' 'qrJt.t.t .t in the business of Great Britairr of 1\ _

Cltlite,1J'taba .IJI: aquare,of twelve nun and under, i '-.. .. ,.. ....1 ;: : > -'1' : 'great 'extent and intensity, which-_wfoI'S. :
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lOnibl. and 75 cents for each aubse.11ft1Ofl VOL. XI.] JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY IWORNING, 'DJCEMEEU2O.. i: .r tc-*yed byiaThres in'that >kuigdom,' 1' t e-a ',; '; 2 ';: ti.i .

,at W., e Int insertion. To jearly adrertisera a liberal dis- S S.. S .. 11 \ t,.. <} .tti. ...>,. 'dented in. mnb rana'amolln":of lossesl'pdnriglheTpresent -- ',," ':.! l!! j

'1ed tOt made. tion; ahd3o\c1bhtiriue to/give/ 'them such, aid < i fM and ,;: This isbeUeted.to'be the first instanea when -'S. 8
.m be MESSAGE ,.; *thei3a1es of arms and, : *
ZOthjttug ,__._ _.... .. "stiich"-alsastr6us
$ ;1 4.. h..rn._' in.I1.dverOsemeul.3 .. bankruptciesoccttrrmafiha '
JUDt U\ J0"" v-.v. I arid protection as the could afforduni scls >
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navy ; andotheripublicplroperty>readercd >:
ro&Qb'; regular customer. By referring I OF. THE > til t reach! the buntry. for. the nonecessary :country With which we hate wch'extensiYe'con :: ., a
army of the '
t ,nless by a -- C' ? : use ; government by 'little f. A
ercei jiroduced or no injurious
,Ut term!,the requisite sum may be ascertainedmitt'l PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. It is the policy of humanity,'and one,which! ';the.termination,of the.-tauj and;twenty mil fect'upon" -'our trade or carrehcyj' 'We'lreinained -' ::: '"'.

table lot with the advertisement. has always been jpureuelJ.jby: :.tHe lffriited ..lkm-.8p'j hundred:"and{I'ninety-five tthousana"4our +but:liltle'affected in our'mon'- "iiiarketifanddur : IV

tfect.)84G.. 1I AJyetj3nIeflt5 not marked with the number CONTINYED. States, to cultivate the gpod trill of the ab i- hundred: a14ihirty-fivedollarjtindthi.- business and urfusrwjere1atill- : ;: ,

retuire.l,will be continued until forbid The apprehensions which were entertained ginal tribes ,bf this cdnti'\en' ancfto restrain ty cents, from loans :'already-negotiated in.cludirtgiitreasury -ancl-proressive- ',; :' t t < r.: .." '
r Dg,tJa.Jul&tbC. itens by some of our statesmen, in the ear- them from making war, and indulging m. x- ', notes funded;whichVtoe- "prosperous' year,1 nearly tnV ol ; -: 4
charged for. .lier of the hat cess s, by mild'means, rather thari'by/fprcel/ 1 ,ther ktfK.the.balance ,
will be charged for all announce- periods: government, our system T iin The treasury brt:2ie continent. of,Europe h S been.cbntnlie&Tby If t I
rdaza' je dollars for ofhce. was incapable of operating with sufficient That this could have been done with'toe lust of July last make the sum esthIutt d.>| 'ci1il'\V r;'an i revolutioflSjWended: "by liuhtefbus -' : '- .'

t&k orcandidatell energy and success over largely extended .tribes .in Oregon, had that erntory/beerl .? :The expenditures for the; 'peri6Bih-' "an ,.; !
Klarc Month, : I $1000 bankruptcies;"by ttnprecea 'ieX Bllih"1heirj < k;
,for SIX and Creditors, : 10 00 territorial limit:?, and that if this were attempted brought. under the government .of our, laws i eluding,the.'nec SJ5ary.payment onaccount.bfI publicysecuHtres, and,'ah'almosCuTii."f .. :::. I
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Notice to Debtors it would fall to pieces by its own at an earlier period, anduiad: | suitable n>eas-; il pnncipal-and..intere8t; : of'thefpublicdebt; ; rsal." aralsis j6ff:commerce*amlrnausyr- ; ',. ;
for Letters Administration S 00 weakness have been dissipated by our owni UTe8beeh3adopted by congress,such"as now B.nd"tth(5 principa and 1aterestof the ;
Application : first.iiL1 d j {j'11 o f trade; aa$the" r ei[M :! "'
) will be inserted
ire rr AU religious notices gratui- experience. By the division of power between j exist in o umtercourseJth.t1i r.Indian I',6taIm nt dlti.\\-Mexico
haa1J1 ,... I the' States and federal irovernment, tribes within our limits,,cannot be' daubt' d.- ;/nex;-and othec expenditures growing t.of -f,'vhra1)J1i! ctCd.Jj' .theqaflS' %.Vehae'
tad IAlt; : dmissaWe personal communications will the latter is found to operate with as much Indeed, immediate and only cause of the the'\'. 'tb ,boipaidduriagthepiesentyeSrl? a d\ revulsion 'bur:'- -. '
l'II "cape ]: ._ money1 market 5a 1- V
beeziIt I At red IS rertisemenls. energy in the extreams as in the centre. It existing Hostility of, the Indians of Oregonis l.\will, amOjtn!including the 'reimbursement'ofh 'comtjaratiVely and public and 'prifaWA a $, ; .:-.4: .

: itT All bills for Job Printing. must be paid on their is as efficient in the remotest of tie. ,thJStates represented to ave-been, the long, delay; .treysurr notes, tOitlie um; of: fifty four mil+ %r!.:. l1a.e. advanced f and ii prO'v';d.''.> .n.t'U". ;.,' :-""-.;
flut.dia. liverUt the work. which now compose' the Union, as it IThe U itM-S 1 akin 1otbem iPrn ,. lion one thndred'4.nd>*ninety. \ -'thcmSand 41 hs';, '- .1 .tIT'be1.' eel. 'that *Txt: +e'.' '1',.:- ".
,.able to, t ?All communications must be 'addressed to I was in the thirteen States which formed our trifling compensation, in such articles as they? I;,two!1 hundred i nd l eT Wt ;A, .''d ri'8:4 eeiiii14d irii5ih. t'tJi: i 2 "" "' :, I

larg, lirSTl75" C. GiLtKTT. pottage paid.ii.ii I i iI constitution. wanted, for the country now occupied by. I. .six cents -leaving ;an.>'estimated baIandiii 'o f rat i ofth cohstitutiph V'bea lfrjft t' ': -",: ., ..

cdyen tor I Indeed, it may well be doubted, whether, our emigrants, which the Indians claimed, the treaeuTy-on' the first of anly,'184S!,'oi k-certain;,thit'itle t\rerity-fouf mJlliotisW "'

.ah, ttaio\f<- : Stcnni-PncketLiiue- if our present population had been confined and over which they formerly roamed. .This .two million. ,eight ,hundred and fifty-thres ip f cTe 'imported into';the' country 3unrfg'thei ,'" s
ceflentcation i iliataa within the limits of the original thirteen compensation had been promised to them, ,by thousand six hundied and ninety.four doll .uisth1'yetireiidingbii'thC 30th of"Jun'ii8i bhndgoneintothebankss

States, the tendencies to centralization and the temporary government established 'in and eighty-four cent 0\ .* .; ,
BETWEEN ; as .to a greatlex- A j- i
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Q. consolidation would not have been such as Oregon, but its fulfilment had been postponed The Secretory the Treasury will pre. t tit'm st h.ved6 ; it'would,in.tfieVab-. .ff *-
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3 I & PALATKA FLA. to have encroached upon the essential reserved -I from time to time for nearly two years, sent, as requiredby: law,. the estimate of,the sence of thisyste,1. have been jn&deL the ; tel
: Could very SAVANNAH rights of the States, and thus to have I whilst those who made it had been anxiously -': .I receipts and expenditures for the next focal basi: of augmented bank JJapei;issuesi1jfrobably : :

' BY TIlE WAY OF I made the federal government a widely different waiting for Congress to establish a territorial yec.r.I I The expenditures, -is- ebti ated'-for 'to an'amount n o tlessthithsiiy or sev ,

11 ;JOSS. BRUNSWICK ST. MARYS, GEO. ; one, practically,. from what it is. in government over the tu ntry. The that year are thirty-three 'milhon;two hundred nty.riilli of dollars 'producihg/ 'aninevitable .: '
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND I theory, and was intended to be by its framers. Indians became at length distrustful,of their and thirteen.thousand ore hundred and consequence of an, 1nfl teditni
ren- .
lpptar So far from entertaining apprehensionsof good faith, and sought redress by plunder arid ',. fifty-two dollars seventy-three.; cents,,including cy extravagaht'prices for a tune ei'anil'wild !
. sobtrTaJ. [ connection with the Charleston Daily the safety of our system by the extensionof massacre; which finally led to the present diI-' three million seven hundred and specuMtionV which must have been jFollowe d1 t
jjl gttani'packets at Savannah, the steamer ficulties. A few thousand dollars in suitable, '* :
a is .thousand
our territory, the confidently en- ninety-nine one hundred and:two n'iliEr reflux to Europe5/ the succeeding- -
Sl'ALDlNG from Palatka to Lake
etery .RAH the U. S. Mail, Stages, from Picolata to tertained that each new State gives strengthand presents as a compensation for the country dollars and,eighteen cents for the.interest'on year of so'much of' that specie,by the prbs- If
If any lonroe additional for the which had been taken possession by our the public debt and three.million five huh'dred ; '
Augustine, and from Black Creek,via. New- an guaranty preserva- -, t'tio 'of the business of the country,.thtf ,
rtytoation. Union itself. citizens, vouId have satisfied the Jndians I and thousand'dollars for
.Mineral and Col- tion of the forty principal suspension the banks and inost
AlHgatof Springs
- hmbnl BSDSfiIle toTal1aliasS., In pursuance of the provisions of the thir- and have prevented the.war.. .. ,A small .and interest due to Mexico on the 30th of : Occurring, as this would:extensivebankruptcies. ,have *!&fM )

I OCAMULGEE, i Capt. A. CHASE. I'I'I teenth article of the treaty of peace friendship amount properly distributed, it is confidently May, 1850; leaving the sum of twenty.five done, at a period when the country 'was'engaged .

fiT.MAtTHEWS, .- -- P.McNeLTY. limits, and settlement, with the republic believed, would soon restore quiet. In this million eight.hundred and seventy-four thou* }in a foreign 'war; 'when:considerableloans
.ItTtr of :Mexico, and of the act of July the 29th, Indian war our fellow citizens of Oregon sand and fifty doUarasand'thirty-five( cents; J 'of specie were required. for distahttl&bursementg '
leave Savatinali TUESHAYMORN
These packets every citizens which had been have been compelled take the field in their it believed will -
1848, claims of our which, is \ be ample for the and when the banksthe'Sfisc l
andSAnrtlA\ !KG., at !() t clttck, anti ar- ,,
'juicefD nteatPicolatjiin time for the Mail Stages top already liquidated and decided against the own defence have performed valuable military ordinary peace expenditures.The 'agents of the government and the''depositories J

I I r through to St. Augustine before faight evcf Mexican republic," amounting, with the in- services, and been subjected to eXpenses operations of the tariff act of 1846 of its.money,.were suspended, ,the'publiccredit .

oa ef f 'f Thursday and Monday. terest thereon, to two million twenty-three which have fallen heavily.upon them.- have been such during the past year as fully must hate dunk and many fflilHonsofdollars ;
111 .f thousand hundred and thirty-two dollars Justice demands that provision should be to meet the expectation and to
Returning, leave Palatka every Tm h.,Y and .eight public confirm as,was the_ case during tiie.war'of1812imu&t .
and fifty-one cents, have been liquidated made by Congress to compensate them for' the opinion heretofore expressed of the : '
. ; ftiDiv MORXIXG,at 7 o'clock,touching as above ; have been .sacrifi .ia'd ounts 3
45. i remain be of their services, arjjjfeto refund to them the necessary -
. eich and paid. There to paid wisdom'of the change in OUf.revenue system loans and the'depreciated pajpercurrency
I way. upon. upon .
:Ie t t d : these claims, seventy-four thousand one expense %hi h they have incurred.I which effected it. The
was by
They are both lore prcsscre boats, in complete receipts un- which the, goy e tnnent. would ha+e ,
.worst lOll i, Ncr, and handsomely furnished in every res hundred and ninety-two dollars and twentysix repeat the recommendation heretofore der it into the,treasury for the first fiscal year '.beencompelletliduse. '" ,t''" / -,
I j ret; are commanded by gentlemen of well cents made to Congress, that provision be made for after its enactment: exceeded by the sum of 'lender the peratwiis1of the eonstitutonI 4
reelsetain? known experience on the route, and their patrons Congress at its last session having madeno the appointment of a suitable number of Indian five million forty-four thousand four hundred treasury,inpVa.dollar has 'been :St;'by .th'e4epreciatiohpf ,
are assured that every attention will be IJ1'OviiQ1Cor executing the fifteenth article agents to reside among the tribes ofOregon' land three:dollars and nine cents, the amount tHer ; Tfie loans '
currency .re'quired t
d tit I pidto the safety and comfort of passengers of the treaty, by which the United States and that a small sum be appropriated collected during the last fiscal'year under 1he, to prosecute thS war. witb'Me'xictfee

jruo mi to the careful handling of freight. assume to make satisfaction for the "unli- to enable these agents to cultivate friendly tariff act of 1842, endingthe 30th of June,:. ?> ; negotiated.by. by the .'reiarV f %
\G KNfS: relations with them. If this be done the
iduetraet- quidated claims"of our citizens against 1846. The total:revenue. realized from the, Treasury' iabby e"'p8rj! :r liiii 'a iirge' pre"niiuifl -
roO" & Tupper, Savannah. Mexico, to "an amount not exceeding three presence of a small military force will be all commencement, its; on the first 'to. ilwt'oTernment 'The .r
Daricn. QfemtioPi restrainingeffect
COB 1 .lA.IkLorm i.Friedlander - Brunswick. and a quarter millions of dollars," the sub- that is necessary. to keep them in heck. and of December:1846, of:the last of'th f srs&ai! .u"l"theLtendeiicie3toexce .-

'!eFjI AnBestent, St. Marys. ject is again recommended to your favorable preserve peace. quarter, on the'30th of September,last being' Y C pttper'isnes by banks has'saved .:
)R, consideration.The I recommend that similar provision twenty-two months was fifty-six million'rix:
Fernandez & Bisbec Jacksonville.A. : the oruncntfrom heavy losses, arid lWc(4-(
'M Black Creek. exchange of ratifications of the treaty made as regards the tribes inhabiting ..north hundred and ft.four. thousand five'\ln- .sands of pur btisiness( men from bankruptcy

)tQ Cooley! Picolata.il' with :Mexico took place tm the 30th May, ern Texas.New.Mexico, California, and the dred andnine.centsbeing.cixty-three' dollars.-and-seventy-, and ruin-, v'Tbe, .wisdom. ;6f:the system has

Hawkins .. Palatka. 1848. Within one year after that time, the extensive region lying between our settlements a- much' Lirger:mtn:than been tetcdy;' ',the experience: of the last two

-a r.p. LUfittc& Co.; Charleston.. commissioner and surveyor which each government in Missouri and, these poSs ssi zis, .as than,was everbbefore ieceivepVfrom duties .:years; aVid it isi"'the 'oictate::of ',sound olic y '

ITI N. B.-'ioo'Is consigned to the Agents for- : stipulates to appoint are required to tlje most effective means of preserving peace during any equaf period underlie: tariff acts i that itshoud remain undisturbed. '.The. .mosie11ublvig -.".
: t vxrtled free commission. Freights from SaTuinali meet "at the port of San Diego, and proceedto upon our borders 'and vritnifl 'the recently of'J824J 1828,'.1832and 1842 JThikt by 1 'aw.di ODI1.iJ1' {W .

iBf, and Charleston, and all way freight run and mark the said boundary in its acquired territories. the repeal of=highly protective aid jn-obibi- nbneof I .' '- ,
rott payable by shippers. whole course to the mouth of the Rio Bravo The Secretary of the Treasury will.present .tory,duties the ,revenue ,has ,been,mcreaced? pbs; heretofore'recommended:'are a" "aln' < 4
; presented
; S September,. Ih-JS. ly del Norte." It will be seen from this pro- in his annual report a highly satisfactory: the taxes on the people have been diminished for. 'your'favorable c niderati n. ,
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CO. within which statement of the condition of the'finances. ; have been relieved .lrOtn'the < :
MEDICAL NOT IV E. vision, that the period a commissioner : They niessageofrthe8ixthpf.; J r'ytrans12 g JiJ ,q
rift and of the The imports for the fiscal year ending on amounts with whjcfe they bur 1_'.A i. ,A< -I_' *
surveyor respective governments heavy were th&ratifldtre ]'IJ f4
nth DKS. WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Pro- will the thirtieth of June last were of the valueof dened under former;laws ia the form.of increased crthi ,
.of Ol' of Surgery in the Franklin Medical are to meet at San Diego expireon of je 4ithMe: icO; I fe,6 ,en ; .'
College of Philadelphia.) have formed a. co- the 30th May, 1849. tone hundred and fiftyrfonr,,million nine priC s.or/bountie! 'paid- tGrfavcied adoption! nreasufesifof: 'the 'sp y" '
J> at the close of its last session hundred and seventy-seven thousand eight classes and pursuits ,'' : incfnt"of'
p1rtn'r:hir for the practice of MEDICINE and Congress, ; iKe'jublic.debt., In reiterating that
JlV made for "the of hundred and seventy-six dollars; of whIch'the The predictions: whicli were'' made that II
ad SURGERY, and for the INSTRUCTION OF an appropriation expenses I'ecfiimine'nda'tion{I refer you to the considerutions'presented -
MEDICAL STUDENTS. running and marking the boundary line" between amount exported was twentyone'millionone : the tariff act of ,1846 would 'reduce the in'that es&initssnp3 '

ida Patients from a dist-mcc can be well accommodated the two countries, bnt did not fix the I hundred and twenty-eight thousand and amount of revenue--below that collected tin p tt.- 'The publicdebt, including tha authorized -'

rf r and on reasonable terms, either at the amount of salary \vhi<*h should be paid to ten dollars; leaving one hundred and thirty- der the act of 1842,:and would prostrate the ,td be negotiated, in pursuance'of existing -

-f Hotels or Private Boarding Houses of the city, the commissioner and surveyor to be appointed three million eight hundred and forty-nine' business and destroy the prosperity of the law-' .and. including :treasury noteamonnt&latthat ,
fI and receive from the Subscribers such Medical 'thousand eight hundred and sixty-six Collars have been
can on the part of the United States. It country, not verified With an time, to, sixty-five millionseveni
I and Surgical attention as their cases may is desirable that the amount of compensation in the country for domestic use. 1 increased and.increasing :revenue, the finances hundred 'and setenty-KBight.thousand :

require.A which they shall receive should prescribed The; value. of the exports for the same period ; are in a ,highly.;flourishing.condition.- four'Widiiid and fifty dollars and fort/-6he' ;j

, limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS by law, and not left, as at present, to was one hundred and fifty-four million Agriculture, commerce, and. navi tion,- are ,..cents.'S, ,1 ,g.
.c- till be received, who will be supplied with Executive discretion. thirty-two thousand one,hundred.and thirty- prosperous; the prices of manufactured fabrics -;. 'F 1ded stpclc of the United Statesjamount-: : -

irof Books Ilatt'snntomical, and other Preparations Measures were adopted at the earliest I one dollars, cOnsisting.' of domestic productions ( and of 'other produd8-are much less in ing'- 'to"about half 5 )aniillion- ; of'dollars, haa: ,-
will be examined in the :
regularly progress the "Territo. amounting to,one hundred and thirty-- ,juriously affected tha.n was to have been : I' .
f practicable period to organize I 7 an beenpurchased as authorized by law
of the since
tk : their studies, according to million nine hundred and lour thousandone ,
of authorizedby I two ;ticipated, from the unprecedented revulsionswhich m4' '
C* pursued hi the large Northern cities-will be rial government Oregon, as thatperic the 'public' debt haS thus p
t t 1&azht to compound and dispense Medicines, the Act of the fourteenth of August last. hundred and twenty-one dollars, and during the last ana the present'year: lceen: reduced :the .details \ f whichwijJ: b'e'

ttd will be instructed in the minor every day The governor and marshal of the Territory, twenty-one million one hundred and twenty- have overwhelmed the ,industry and paralyzed presented iri th'e.annual report. of the Secre
f n- &c. &c. the frontier of :Missouri in September last, articles. I great and enlightened nations of.Europe The estimates"" *.''* of epnditnrs for the'

tl ,I /Perhaps no Private Office in any American and took the Southern route, by the way of The receipts into the treasury lor the same I Ssvere commercial revulsions abroad have fiscal yearsubmitted' 'b .< thi'Secretary;of IVA the '

. <%will afford a greater variety of new and approved Santa Fe and the river Gila, to California, period, exclusive of loans, amounted. tothirtr- always heretofore* operated .to'.depress and. Treasury*is beUeve'd'.will be>ample for aty

remedies, or present more practical facilitIes with the intention of proceeding thence in fire million four hundred and thirty-six u. I' often to effect, disastrously, .almost,'every c neees., puoses7. .'If'tiefappropriationar

for students.In one of our vessels of war to their destination. sand seven hundred and, fifty dollars.and fif. I[ brunchof Americanindustry.ThetemposI 1lI.- e' by.'Cqn ess.s hllii&;' .-exceed, 'the'

j jd k connexion with this department, it may The governor was fully advised of the great I ty-nine cents; of which there was derived I!I sary depression of a portion of our. manufac-. amotint'es'iiintedh u1 m'eans in"the treasury' "

- proper to state that as soon as possible, an importance of his early arrival in' the cou l- from customs thirtyonemiiion, seven hun-; '; tunng lnterestsl8.the effect of foreign uses' _will'bV's.jir5ciettt'to defray all the'eipened) 4

Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and ry, and it, is confidently believed he may dred.and fifty; e%.e; thousand seventy, fol-r 'I 1 and is far less .Bevere"tha'nhas prevailed. oft of;'ffievernrneB'. tir y'bffthe 'next'instalmeht -' fl

*ill ca11'atillts"ill be opened, when students reach Oregon in the. latter part of the present' lars and ninety-six cents;i.from, sales pf pub-j j ::1 I i all former occasions/1- -I'-3 three niilKonslof dollars'to Mieiyico. k fl

fautt.have the opportunity practically WILSON M.studying D. month, or early in the next. The other. of-'. lie lands, three jmlHbn..thriee": hundred, and, '. It is believed that looking to the great.ag. : which will .fall:due on Oth'May next i .
J. T. J.
C. C. VAN WYCK, M. D. fleets for the ,Territory have proceeded 'by ty enty-eighi thousand six Kundred and tOrt -, j gregate'diallour interests the whole.coun- acid'sfill Qr nsiderable!surpluiwili remain, c 4 '
d Tallahassee 6m :twp AplJare ,and j fiftjr-six.jOenjts; and" ..froni j i try was never more prosperous than a't.the' TtrriiAr-i h ULl'lia'*>TT\li" w?*' 4i\' thiffurtber tit' I1'ch '
r. Aug. 5,1848. sea.In ,\ miscellaneous.incidental so''Ce; .tjxree.hundr ;: i| present rod, tandineverJtmore!rapidly'advancinganwealth : S f nedmiction fl1d
last communicated
the month of May I ; ;
I MONROE HOUSE ., war 4 and ftyrone thousand" .an .ihji! l, Ii : and pdpulatio Neither 1it7St1uld"'enla'! '.ea',[apprbpriationl j t&
information*0 Congrcss'thatWlhdian
4 sevendollars.and seyea'cents, .ft\) lt :fi iti ::1 I the foreignwar ifrhic.ethetb&i1iii: be ffiide 'iflii Tiwjiessary'ronse'quence\vilfbij 1
'-". OR LAKE MON&OE, FLORIDA. had broken out m0regpn; l an4.iecqmmendedthat :jt will be perceived.that tjie! revenuef !I volved:nor the!'Ioans- which'have'abrbed tb"l-'hjbstpaiiV. !iyment of' h'd bt.2'j

llr Tms new building is now being fitted authority be given to raise an adequate customs, for.jjthe.}ast.n"scal year exceeded ,by.. Ii 1 so large a.porti 1-jf 'r1apital"rorthe; I Thbugh out'ebV ampirevith latnit of
a without
for of those who .
.. p the accommodation number -volunteers to proceed ,
' hundred 4nd fifty-seYentlipU8and, I iall'evulsion. i GBritaIi'ii ii / } 'I
seven commer i other
: small tra
vist Theliouaeis nations, is it is otfr
7 our Lake for the season. .of fellowcitizensin
winter assistance
. scarcely one mile from the Enterprise. deliy th4 to.Territory.the The' authority our ,ta. raisesucli yezityOllS.and ninysix centae. ati., ,i;11847;',nor* ,tI¶lysis 'pf I credfVaiid: icorait policy wid in.:..harmony*.wMi'.the' enius- :b|
I ,
House. It has springs pf the same quality in been mate of the.Secretary.6fthe Treasuryjn:.his, t throughout-Europe inr: 848; have'iif, our mstitutiori that we should present to the: '
I 1Yiciaity..4 post office is at hand, and i* at : a': force. not having the irserviccscoUld granted-by be last annual report and. that the/aggregate I fected:'injuriously itd'any Onsiderttbl xteif world."* -W'rare;sp' ctacte of.a'treat republic' :. j

p wiefirst binding of the steamer upon the L>ke,;] Congress, as soon as oorders issued receipts during .the.esamejp,e rioolifrr"'tomsj.landfl i CUs- [I any of!theLgrat-'iilter sts <)f'thfeTcontitrybiri possesiiyastresotircesamweaIth.V nbiiyypulo
. LTke Proprietor pledges him&ejf that no effort dispensed['With' in1 Mexi were.' : and rniscellaneous, 9urc .fali\Q 1 i arrested-'bur 'JonW:'inairch" '..to'/greatn mn( i-:1: 1ib1i 'i dp i an sS.r. This .
J, IIlbparedon hU part that will conduce to to the regiment pf mounteifiemen, tf proceed a.nd exceeded.the estimate'bythe'sum; ,of.five bundred -/ I wealth, andpower) 't.rof 'ii .tuut{ Hfftlif !:ad4: 'stilf riant'!t&. o strehgtnVanaI

th1omfort of those who'may favor him with i toJefferson Barracks'u'jissoun: I dfuirtysixt..th9u; ;seven: hundred f j {'H;the:d sturtnces.itf Euro nM te\1 I t S.j"a'stdl1rnoe'cbmmanding' poaftiprf

thPatronage VIRGIN R. DUPONT.OZ3ge to preparetomarch; to'pregiphj H?fioon made.'.l|s:I Ithe 'and fiftyidpllars -.flod/ftfty-nine::.cents.Trindi-; I redt o IthmmWoldndoubtedl'havbeewitillmOxextended; a &1' ih it'ti fIfthe'drtli.< ': ".j', '

County Florida, October 20, JS48. necessary 'provision;coubTJtf| I .eating, h wver.yery, e irvapproach, in'ie :f : /, dsOnld haye' "1.:Thfclp&bHc; expeiiditurei'should be ecpnnv & '

. Kor.18. tf Shortly!before it wis realytq. j cVit.Wjis; ; ,i estimiteAtOitiie"aclujl"resttlt,} -(J'}ifa added:etill ihoito.; the-national j wealth and l cal ;anf.bevBnfine 1.to sichneeisary> } 6bilie& 1
, --- arrested.by the provision ofthwart!! pasgld I The expenditues11oz;the figcal'year end pU11li -L--pr08p -'ty tButnor tiistaidingthwe ;JunuB 'clearlywthin:theri)6were.6fCpn JJiT?

. M-, lY tlce. by'Con reSs-on the last. day-'.!)the,se sjpnj) .1 :S ington the. ;30th .June.,l ,(,.PlCJud !JhoseUtylQU f distulb2n..ethe. ; operatiofi3of"tnBreyeWeisystErnV.es ; ( Su"JAll'such.ar: are'not absolutely

J THE S1JUa RIDER has leased the which directed that all the/n .jwmnusHon'edofficers Ior.jew,1 and?,exclu ly .ofpJ. oXprincipal. lish J'by the tariff aci;ofjjjlg*' d4haMedh uld fa !bs"and the ayJ 4 (
ou6e pccupted Mr. !fatcb'onq' ,
andprivatespf .
, musicians ; rfgi ; have .' \meni'bf Ttte febblicfdebt the earliesi J
'street J 4VBf '*** 't** ** t *vp j ; een'lsogene: yb n ,: : at practicableWM6n
, 'Hart's 'old
ROtISe). and,.(fknown is now':'prepared as to'accommodate Boardip'g mentwhb had beenJn' service be,In enUUe4 sMe3ppo to.,;, were. ,'"Xorty4Q.,;miUiQr, .SW9WWjWieleventhousand Ternment and Jih 1 tJ\ U1 !1 ft: 'cou trW I
. "I IIho:ma1 see fit to patronize him aneyenty.f J that no change i in'i its rprovisi6fi '5a demanded. : ..'' 1\ iic'g"'t'it tiJ.T ; \-.1.;'; : 1' ''

lures them that no pains will be spared to.en> bs discharged.' Tbefefiectdtjlhis.proyision: .d9llAr3, t ;"i. f fr1.'i; l. ,fi/.* by a.'jeise'trti&iic'policy.jand! hone is Decora- f; ot.. r'l DiiW .
lUre their comfort. A commodious stable is at? was to msbandtbe-'mnk'andfile; could dpeih he. filledbrrecruilsiriHe ..t.It'i is';estimated tHat tie receipts into1;the t.mended i}!iea: ill fan: lwlirv wto' fc: message;''rj'repeat\the: recoriunendition'that:; JJaT

. Uched to the establishment! :and 'every atten- merifc and';1 fore their places.' '' ryl fo ,t utlr \, .!, 1.J, I 't\irIiet'. 'i t .t1bf.tD r ftitfo1W1timuIn& 1)ran f.ih7nii: t hti rlifea it Sb; 4 p

Ion 1rill'be paid-lo the horses of those. tr'arei aeasotfhad iidtfar''advanceditwwifa f Oth of/une, .1849f jjuihiaitt! cj ifl'S $ s ti t r t1 6. : : t fesiaHiis. S t'iie'i; '(tfJ; : : TtysiIr ,

w."who may think proper to stop with him, .?' .' ti' 'fbr'if' ..fd..iffdteedli .jr the treasury!oni tha. st: 18(' "t.cte':' : 8t a:sQ f t. l Of\cthis.... i8:t. i ily1i&A 4s
iIthbii1rig f tWfi spnng, 1L .' 'ttie; t.tJ ri t mnf'riflJt.ft
't '. 4.,W.J.RlcnTON! Q 'l amount 10 thsum'oUftvt ae mlUonforS ,melit.Qt.the' tlldonaenp4'tcaruiet f1) uiSit.
1.: "'U1t28'. -tf"- : "fJSoardiHg I Iif the J.mon "U ''Oaoberf'laSc..tIf. -: 'tn';\ S .ei hi;th& s .niHnin -.'Iidr .d'lsl 1.ue'8U';" S&. f. '..?fn'\a'. .'$ tI. "P' 'u "' 't;i; : j iJ N ::1rt vcC{.i,." t j
', .a*_jftMR.Q.'ljr5T >. augusUne, p panying commuiucation,. was" jecwredftom t; en'. 4olla ndnin nidfihI h'tl4irS : In'' \i.t.::,r-:1i.ee F' ;V ug' foC1gI3,, q "' d ;;"n in the'J tter rtoi '
tn Gytrnor.of48tittflipn t4 l i SwfiB M ri'h i'TOi .
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'P.4JJY.t4k thiJmethod fJj .. 1 .
tion IJ JJ S 'f ;rnMeinfavB thi.4U raatio ladife'iuc1f
; 1' o, tv'thn..I.1 dniyed1tdldiit th rijnilli DBl f' ... i.d" th"iUs. i t>:t I.
ex enw .
louncing, 't/> the puhlio that' h e.1IM : 11a -: .::I : 1. rI .. a"' '" -
A PRIV4T wv: BOA8PING'flOUSI1n.city IstUr ndiioact51iahbitautI. )i f 1 J olIa Ri !sal ftbfP bl !.I 6d?; el H=dfslJ iJ.J.'teWit1. b.; .l ,ltionof. th- 1 riee'" iI.x".theubli&lai 1L' t "
: Of:stA.. bi foteaoothrnod )w4'j 4e1c.e } ,.kndJj'one'millldtt1 two 1qndit'4ho' &d1FOa b ir s i{'.n lQ8W uh ", '. lI'I" -am mar e an d.J
+;. .J.Oicr jverc medieliUan I n : f$f0nMnld ualo1aV r C8icl"faf fevbr'w ieccUi I
traTellew PQoraltY rrbb'f nii UiaCidental ;
a.n4 tool 1ai qf' etJ .
ltu&Dze.J't ; ; na4koniv4ii .., 1 '
ttedto/t.th! ; / { anderl OfMMU'lJ 3'1n1 4i 'the{Kgbteof pi efflptibnac'fuaji .
1forta.to iir.ct1'D dib ith ra l4te ,
t4 0 lP"' d to th#i ssi f. t'- :: ,I' :( 'diJiJiift1J1jf : ;wdl'. .
II 1Iii h itJe t&tiu ai us Q4 it'u 1Pacii1o sja.tcb .''and th.niountpaid'and'to' be paid'lnw'usts .ve .6 1 ellS oh 'th'iisssarveye; T--' 'afl- .'-*- '-'- taT* -

B t.Pleasant AugusttU pLri NOT.or the cif tJ ,1848.. 3t,: (ion_, to B'part fumistQWn,f4h VithaXm3 afdn.t, U1 ..V\m.wn.; ,. on'j-accpunt' .-, of, -military'. : confcibutioju, ......,..- ... ..I .been_most , the:!, SUTeye1.adsf, ;. *uj -. ; ''*" ,'; .'*. e- '

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Ii and the state.of other branches of thejpublic three hundred and seventy-one thousand and by the restrictive policy., They .,forgot 'tolookfdowniipoathepoorer an essential part of' 'the system. itself, vras'the .." r.
! t service under the su.perv16ln.ol.J Wart dollarsrexceeding tiaejannjat | ,classes#T3hi| [1 ; l einewhico J.tex period, obtained, 'CKONLt'luled :
f\t\ l Kslf bbn whose/dally!andyearj distribating the proceeds 'of.the sales :o .
Department, are satisfactorily presented |n average receIved. for|h | nine iis Immediately En Wpulatioi5
44 t.:\! the accompanying report o:the.Secretary,, ofWar. preceding tKCpjaaiagebf .Aacr.pfflhe t'J.1(the I greati.establishments Jt t'hy pubhcjliirds: :am&n s. the States.' Other, '

: i .. *., &' >* ">4f"t 3d of arc 1845, bj die sum oj'sixtliou- |uruci\.hdiIl1re4"wet; sustained apdporleoT expwfejjtg ere dttriiilto take money but .
-r-l faned W percelye.tll t.$ ,e of the treasury and prevent its coming in ,"
dollars "
"They '
ot hundre :< "
:: On the leturn peace, .our forces; were sand four "ana\fifty-three > -
: :;.withdrawn from Mexico ai d.the volunteers and exceeding the amount received for,the s intily-feda d half.clac1'opemtivei'eewere from anybther. sOurce .than ,the.. protective i1t- .; ;.kt'

1JJ.!t11 and that .portion of theVregular: ;armyrfifigagedfor -' year ending::the 30th"of:hn$'1847bfthe' Hot'bniyinl abject p> viitjf*but 'bound 'tariff. -The,authors and supporters of the ': ;."1
in chains ofopresiyservitude for .the system were the. advocates of the.largest exrpendjturesijjtvhether
.c1 :: the war were disbanded. Orders sum pf four hundred and twenty-five.thou-f .. { ; 'I.it'
:it i" have been, .issued for stationing! 'the.forces.pf sand one hundred and eighty-four'dol1.r* benefit of, ,favored classes, who. were the for necessary or useful
'::/- our permanent establishment at; ;,pchcations -Tbe-expenditures:for-the year excludingthe xclusiY -obj c t ,ofthe'car of. the. : governmenttU .. .-., purposes or n6t> because the larger the 'expenaitures -( 5rat I\I oft,
: :! in our extended country, where troops suip.of ,thpusand,six.'hundred # "ftJ- 'i '} iri'm Jthe;?greater was the.f pretext jfprj; 'AstheDemocic pui1'a I .
J. : to reconstruct society high taxes in the form of protective .to .of their 'H
required. Owing ,tothe remoteness andt venty..two donani'BDowed"by Con.grestratits'i'Iast"ussi0n4a"irbUvidnal It was not possible Duties.Thcs ? own at
may P rset J
i 4J
.. ,J ; of some of these positions, the detachments'. clhfl: U i r 3. r1i } Jpe fJ: pI scveraj .p1 ea res ere"* ,sustairiedl I the Whigs irill take their, "i .
4'a have .not yet reached their de&tination.It. .- ants and in udirlg th .1 ufrOf;:bne hundred 'Herifthtr t\va5 1i\Vlltten"consihution: byr'whfcif by poptuajiarne3;;and p1iusibIeargumentsby ,; i.lliddte'o. West' which :" 1.1
Notwithstanding the extension .of Jhe.limits thousand five,:hundred('dollari1raid; (f or the rd ikrid.ti11e's1 were't f're ogtliS d whIch thousands''were deluded. The: will 't.tltL.t '.
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.1 of our country andthe,forces required in the services of the line of steam'ers between Bremen' 0.1' ,t .ted lst it f,'.Sures, was bank. ,vras representedto" an.indispensable'. toclaira' ---'R"'Ulltn DC '-
c1 ::r new,territories, it is.confidentlyjbelie ied.thal.. and New York,*amounted to'four million 'Ui t fore'd s f 1at d 'if'iio'nte ided; fiscal aentfor! the government was ttf equalize -' 'when the'assethbly will bewe

: our present military establishment 13suffi;! one hundred and:ninety-eighttlousan4 '? )it1i r fpqwerygradually: : 'and 'sil. n9Y exchanges;and,to regulate and furnish a: pcar3 to US ro.palpably jle ,f.'t

!tt.,Ie;:.; cient for all exigencies, so long as'our peaceful -. eight hundred and forty-five dollars,! ,'!:which is .1mm the States and: the mass of the people,andbycbnsttufction'tdjapproximate sound, currency, 'always and every where of\\ icparty, fr.th to pcy ftie' -
' relations remain undisturbed. less than the annual average'''fOr= 'the'nine : our government .unifbrnV'yalue. The protective tariff was'to he el cion ofan J ,oppose, ..".
{ ".t Of the amount of military, contributions years previous' to the act of 184 by three. ltQ"theEuropean:: models. substituting give employment "American labor"':at'; Eaa .Thg!
; : t : of wealth for that of orders advanced to "home .irk .aee them. vita ...t
# collected in Mexico the sum of seven.hundred hundred thousand sevens) forty'eight an anstbciracy prices; was protect aurpl13elUp .
* :: '. 'i": '' ',.tu '' and furnish market for the! tensions otaIl'.BtrJtJUTr. '
;j& and sixty-nine thpu&-nd.six. Hundred dollars. ; and'titles;- dustry, a steady 'Thia'
1(r;i. and fifty dollars was,applied, towards thi ,> The mail routes,"on the 3qth'day ofJtmc?/ I.1 Without:reflecting up n*the" /dissimilarity fanner. Internal improvements were 'to; to,us suicidal ,Weoppos the eI

ft ,s payment of the first instalment due under last were one hundred and'SlXty-three i thou of bur institutions, and of'**the Condi bring trade into every neighborhood and'n.-, gentlemen, not from fear lest le II t

. t.: 'i: the .treaty with Mexico. The further ,sum sand two hundred: and eight: miles in;extent, tibni'pf :our''people, and..those: Europe,, h nce the value of every man's property tomac on fire when ..be llet'
.; : ,t of three hundred and ,forty-six thousand being an increase1 during' the 'last year'!of 'they conceived the vain idea'of building upin distribution of the land money'was to enrich, because his g\ta to WMMbt_
hundred' and 'ninety. the IJnit d'States similar to that tbe States finish their public works plant, 'success Mr'wbalto (
three .hundred and sixty-nine. dollars and nine;(thousand .three a system ,
; : thirty cents has been,paid,into the,treasury, 'miles' The mails' 'were transp rtedOTer whichlthey'admired abroad Great Britain schools throughout their borders, and relieve, East of a Democratic Senator' ss .

1J.f.\.t ;:,:! and unexpended balances still, remain in.the ,them during the,sarae'time,forty-one million had' 'a' .n tioiial' bank of large capital 1t' in' them from taxation. But the fact, that for As the great majority.' ( e < ". .,, > .'I
i t hands of disbursing officers those wbo twelve thousand "five ,hundred 'and seventy- whosd hands,was concentrated the controlling every'dollar taken but of the treasury for members oftheAsbIpj. .

: r.*v:: : were engaged in the collection of-these mo nine miles, making.:an increase of 'transportation : monetary and financial powers of the these objects a riiiich larger sum was transferred presume their ardent i1h. '. t
;' : neys.. After the proclamation of peace, no .for' the year of two million one hun' nation'on lpStilpnwlel! almost.kingly from the pock t(of the people to the arises from their. support
-1,ea i;.. further disbursements were made of,any unexpended dred and 'twenty-four thousand six'hundred' ftovfer, ana exerting vast influence upon all favored classes was'arefully concealed, as knowIedg0f. er .
moneys arising from this,source.. ,and. eighty mileS -whilst, the expense. was the operation?' of- trade, and 'upon'the policy' was also the tendency not the ultimate design which he would prosecute.claim b t

"it'f.. \ ". The balances on hand were directed to be less than,.tnat :of the: previousyear by four; oft; goferhment itself. Great Britain had an of'the system,'to build up an aristocracyof on the.General GoTernmenf 'k'wh

t.; it"; ;: paid into the treasury, and individual claimson thousand,two hundred and thirty-five dollars., nno t\'public'debt?' and it.had, become a wealth to control,the 'masses of society, Florida is so largely' interested 'Oziili' .t

t .. ( the fund will remain unadjusted; until ..The increase in the mail .transportation part of her'pub1i pOlicy to regard this as',a and monopolize the political l power of the balloting. the eleventh inst lfc.Btum? :
fr'i Congress shall authorize their settlement and within the last three years has been*,five; public 'blessing: Great Britain had also a country.The twenty-sik .1ceived ;* ,
! ; ,:
;. :S p,: t!'. payment. These claims are not consider millibn- three hundred and seventy- ight; restrictive'pO .cr;:which' placed fetters and'burdens' several branches of this system wereso ','Whig and votes of whi.' 'iii'': "
t. H.':'.: able in number or amount. thousand three hundred and ten;miles,whilst on tradej'arid tramm'elled, the 'pro- intimately blended together, that in their I twenty ,Democratic D'tie.j. 1
; fl: I: recommend to your favorable consideration the expenses were reduced, four hundred; 'ductive'industry'of the mass.of the nation, operation each sustained and strengthenedthe baIl tingj when WAUCBK. ,1.crat II "

.; ;t.'':. the suggestions of the Secretary of2tffc.rj and, fifty-six thousand seven hundred and 'By: her combined system' of policy the others. Their joint' operation was, to had been nominated.] ?;BUUttt IC

. War and the Secretary of the Navy in. ,regard thirty-eight dollars making an increase of landlords and other' property.hol let8 were add new burdens of taxation and to encourage Ted,twenty-three votes,which bnlj .I .
$& r .1 to legislation this subject. service at the rate of fifteen 'Per cent, and a: protected'. and enriched by the enormous a'largely increased and wasteful expenditure Whig and nineteen to I

.t..ft, .".:;': Our Indian relations are presented in a reduction in 'the expenses of' more than. fif. taxes which were, !levieil1( upon the labor of of public money. It was the interest BCBRITT'had lost Democratic- so tf1 ,
? f\* most favorable view in the report from the teen' per cent. : the tpuntiy for their advantage.Imitating of the bank that the revenue collected and two Whigs and oah'

'i ;v?':!"".', War Department. The wisdom of our poli During.the past year there have been employed -: this foreign policy, the first step the disbursements made by the government notwithstanding a I momt. asil_,

'!.$;.'-? cy in regard to the tribes within our limits, under ''contracts with the post office in establishing new*system in the United should be largej because, being the depository ination. Moreover, ,.out:of eight, Whig aj (

,:"Tl'; 'f* is clearly manifested by their improved and department,,two ocean steamers, in conveying States was th Creation 'of' national. bank. of the public money, the larger the amount, bers from East Florida he rcceited the C

t; ;I't: rapidly improving condition. the mail monthly between New York .Not foreseeing1 the dangerous power and the, greater would be the bank profits by its only four. If a, man cannot take yot1
t :1 c: A most important treaty with the Meno- and,Bremen, and one,since October last,'per- countless evils which such an institution dse. It was the interest of the favored class self cart tf lfc 22

t \ ;; monies has been recently negotiated by the: forming semi-monthly service .between ,, might: entail on the' country1, :nor perceiving ses, who were enriched by' the protectivetariff with his friends" he eserjres.imtEaie.
.t.e' ';;' Commissioner of Indian Affairs in person, by Charleston and Havana; 'and a contract has the connection which it'was designed to form to have the rates of that protection as couragement from his politicaUnenuojiiti,' ,0
::;,-*>, ; which all their land in the State of Wiscoh'iSoJitf been made for the transportation; the Pa- between1 the bank andtbe.'other branches of high as possible; for the higher those rates, Mr. BCRRITT has had a fair.honingatt] t

X: sin-being about four millions of acres-has cific mails acioss the Isthmus, from Chagresto the: misQaHed l! 'American system but'feeling the greater would be their advantage. It he can do with hia own party, we;Ulmkla i .1

: \i'\ .:. been ceded( to the United States. This treaty Panama. embarrassments 'thc'treasury, and of was the interest of the people of all those East are absolfed from ;
;'wjy>* will be submitted to the Senate for ratification Under the authority given to the Secretary the business'of the i country;consequent upon Sections and localities who expected to be candidate torn their any fnriiijp'the 'lf l

:.. ?* :';. at an early period of your present ses- of the Navy> three .ocean' steamers have thewar/some of bur1'Statesmen who had benefitted by expenditures for internal improvements .. ownaeetioiL ..
...:!".. .'.5;?' Slone been constructed and sent'to the,Pacific, and held. different and sounder views were inducedto that the amount collected shouldbe Although no one. pretends tod" b'&h.. 4.r
.. t',' '& "*. Within the last four years eight important are'expected to enter upon the mail service yield their scruples, ami,, indeed, settled as large as possible, to the end that the of the West to the Senatorshipjetwehew&oa .rt
( '*iT treaties have been negotiated with different between Panama and ,Oregon, and the,inter- convictions of,its'unconst iionality, and 'to sum disbursed might ulso be the larger.- Whig sources that the qualifications ttejjn. :

t,.i-'Ti'-s:! ; i... Indian tribes, and at a cost of one million mediate ports, on the first of. January next, give in their sanctibh'tias. an expedient which The States being the beneficiaries in the distribution sent for that high office are so' iameatablj'toj.cient a
I,: ?:" ; t. ;. eight hundred and forty-two thousand dollars and a fourth has been engaged by him for thejK- ftly hoped might produce relief< Itwasamoat' pf the land mon y, had an interestin that for the credit( the state.
; '! ::: t_ ; Indian lands to the amount of more the service betweenHavana and Chagres; : unfortunate error, as' the' subse having the rates of tax imposed by the be'hadto ,
i '.:.j'.i: ;?: 4 than,eighteen million five hundred thousand so that a regul monthly mail linewill.be quent history and final catastrophe 'of that protective tariff large enough to yield a sufficient must. the Middle District. InTiSj.

if llj"'.; :.s: acres Me. been ceded to the United States; kept up afterthat; time between, the United d Iig rous'andcorrupt institution have abundantly revenue from that source to meet the hasste, that school for rising Statefintajdillftl

.' } $;.1'f and provision has been made for'settling in States and our.territories oh the Pacific.. proved.;,' The bank'with its numerous wants of the government; without dfsturbing wire-workers and. political.'hnbuj..,. t'r' .,\ I.e I.Ii
;/T/t'.V-: :.; the country west of the Mississippi the Notwithstanding this great increase in the branches' ramified into the States, ..soonroughf'marty or taking from them the land fund BO that kinds there exists, as we.all bow" abundaai
V'ii-* ; tribes .which occupied this large extent of' mail service, should.the revenue continue to of the active political 'and each of the branches' constituting system material for filling and office: IiIt
S ;-.r the public domain. The title to all the Indian increase the present'year as it did in the last, commercial men different''sections of the had'a common interest swelling the public and any eVtty oa Hi
: f) ( .' :1' lands within the several States of cur there will be received;near'four hundred and country'into the relation of debtors to it, and expenditures. They had a direct interest in globe, as long as the wealth Icon ewtj

'..;'_:' :,01' Union, with the exception of a few small ret iiftythousanddollars i more than the expen- dependants upon it. for pecuniary favors; maintaining the"public debt unpaid.and increasing attracts hordes of starring layenhog a
:t :i't: ::1 serrations is now extinguished,. and a vast ditures. thus'diffusing throiTghput the mass of society its amount, because this.would pro- trade of politics! to the t3 ;.of goer !

. :;:-t ,; .:. region opened for settlement and cultivation. These considerations' have 'satisfied, the agreat; number pi mdiVidnals'of power and duce ':n' annual increased' drain upon the long shall the good people otthe West2t& Ia'C
::t. : 1..S. z' The accompanying,report of the Secretary Postmaster General that, with ,certain modi- iimudnce i 'to'givef'tone 'J to:public"opin on, and tteasur '/ 'tO the amounYbf.the interest, aud and the:East'be spared the trouble !! .j t

:(, ; .. 4 t ._I of the Navy gives satisfactory exhibit,of fications of the act-of.1845, the'revenue may to act, in" concert !fin caSes'f! emerg ncy.-- render augmented taxes necessary. 'The operitT6ft'sand thins.besides cast their rbtps.' ,
" :7,;, :,..:.: the operations and condition, of that branch be'still further increased d a reduction of .Thefcbrrapf j? *er'of sih'a political! engine ( -n' eesary' tffect' f 'the whole' tbe'eit.otgoernment .t theSuuiEjt: ; -i (

..: r :;\': :" of the public service. postages made to a uniform, 'rate of five is'jip I longer emitter of speculation, having system were, to encourage large and extravagant = 1
is the which
'. : lumber of,small vessels suitable, for cents without interference with the'principle in'; i but I. only thinjr can' '. :.' a'
v ": .4 ; an been displayed numerous stances,- expenditures, and thereby to'increasethe ; --
; t k-: 1 e eij4e mouths of rivers werejudicious- which has been constantly and properly most ; in the political J struggles of public patronage, and maintain a rich equilibrum of the'extreme'sections- ',of' 'ikSWn.- n".i. '.

('!r:;:c.l' 'Tt'ift lased during the war,.and gave great enforced,; of making that department 3-4ln'oppbsitiontb the public 'Y1n,', -, al {tspl government at the expense of ,Wew' J O> Hri J..,: Iio
.: efficiency to the squadron in the Gulf of sustain itself. Presi SupremeWe
t,. : presented by a fearless 'and"patriotic. a taxed and impoverished'people. .
Mexico., On the return of when.no Awell is refertn. ihiiuhjct. agam, bee"eft. : .
, : t.t'J peace digested cheap postage system dent. ''It is manifest that this scheme of enlarged > J.
'.;1 rl'Y': :.: longer valuable for naval purposes, and liable the best means of diffusing, intelligence But the bank was but one branch of the 'taxation and expenditures, had it continued recently understood that ilw.u aclnallj thif i *>tofour

!Y:.:" ,"';; ''. to constant deterioration, they were among the people, and. is of so much importance new syst nL A public debt of more 'than' to prevail, must soon have convertedthe Whig !rulers to establijli 'Waiihipeopfilliwillingiucndure ,fJ fI
/l: '.' .':: sold, and the money placed in'the treasury. in a country so extensive'as that of one hundred'an'd twenty millions of dollars' government of. the Union, intended by a.new burden of laxatiua merely to

; t- ) The number of men in. the naval serviceauthorized the United States, that I recommend to your existed; and' it' is not to, be disguised 'that its ,frafners to be. a plain, cheap, and simple gratify a few hnngry lawyer*.:who are ainbitloMl* r

'l ;: .. by law during the war has been favorable consideration the suggestions of many of the authors of the? new system did confederation' States, united together for be'elevated to the beTrch Ha ,not.our praeitJ, ,V ,
;A.q ,I reduced, by discharges, below the maximum the Postmaster General for its improvement. not regard its speedy payment as essentialto common protection, and charged with a few diciary cystem worked well!,and;is this- atimsioa&'.( .

:;) ; ':; ; fixed for the peace establishment. Adequate Nothing can retard the onward progress of the public prosperity, but looked tpon' specific duties, 'relating chiefly: to our foreign die an impoveruhed population with addiiim)ir-. f

)- ';,r :\: squadrons are maintained in the several our country, and prevent .us from assumingand its'continuance as no national evil., Whilst ai irs, into.a consolidated empire, depriving dens If'this new arheme is to be'carie4 oaIw,,. I

.,.,: '.j. 1.,, : quarters of the globe where experience hasiV maintaining the first rank among nations the debt existed; it furnished ame nt to. the the States of their reserved rights, and the hope the responsibility will be left to reslon- th.".rijklahouldeTs
it;; > J shown their services may be most usefully but a disregard of the experience of national bank, and rendered increased taxation people of their just power and control in -we hope that no Democrat support r
/! 'ir 7\A! .* '' in a condition of higher discipline or greater lic policy We have just, closed a foreign : seven*,millions- 'of doll'b'exceeding arinur. this manner the whole form and character 'of measure an unnecessary .
, We perceive that already a bill! bai bee Rporttd
$ .!?V. 'efficiency. war by an honorable peace-a war rendered ally. ; the would be changed, not by :ofV .tt
I invite attention to the recommendationof necessary'and unavoidable in vindication of This operated harmoriy- with the 'next I of the constitution but \ to the Legislntu re for the organization SffpreMfCourt '

3. srp.t'. the Secretary of the Navy on the subj e the national rights and honor.: The present b'faHch'blithe new system, which was.a high an resorting_amendment to an unwarrantable. and"unauthoriz by"- As that office-homing. and office-making.. .bo t i', 't't
:'4J: of the marine corps. .The reduction of the condition of the country is similar in some, Protective tariff. This Was ,to afford boun- d construction that i strum rit. are therefore intent upon carrying out:ihefricb4d.

: corps at the end of .the war required that respects to that which existed immediately: ties to'favored'classes: and particular l pur- The indirect. mode of levying'the taxes by"I :Tor.the 'pecuniary advancement t or a few, iralitidiul k <- r
":tf'rc,:; : four officers of each of the three lower grades after.the close of the.war with Great Britainin suits at'the1' expense< :6f 'all others.' A proposition the of the,' .our only recourse is.tu,the gixxi seme of the UX'HJ< t
prevents mass
duty on imports,
should be dropped from the rolls. Aboard. 1815, and the occasion is deemed to be a to tax' the ''whole people for the I from perceiving the. 'amount ers,whose pockets will have to defray the eipwiof t
readily :
I % of officers made the selection; and .those' designated -. proper one to take a retrospect of the measures purpose of enriching'a few, was: too monstrous people and has enabled the few, who are. a -unprofitable h1ur,. It is,almost tuU task t
they ,,,
1 were necessarily dismissed, but ,of .public policy which, .followed that to be openly made.. The scheme was thus pay enriched, and who seek to' wield the what are we ,to gain by organiiing"'ss_ 'tnU.1. I
p without any alleged fault. I concur in OplI -t 1 war. There was at that period of our history therefore, 'veiled : under ther plausible' but political' power; ot'the country, to deceive Court would 'be equally u8eJeu.t reply lOW. I
L ion with the Secretary, that the service I a departure from, our earlier policy. delusive'pretext of a"mii ure' to' 'protect and delude. them. Were'the taxes collect d' that our present'Appellate system needs tobt_ tamo4'' t.l

,: It would be improved by reducing the number. The enlargement of the powers of the Fede- ,"home industry;" and'maiit 'of (:people by a direct,levy upon the people, as 'is!; the'" deled. We da not see the necessity of any ..lc
12 of landsmen, and increasing the.m nnes.- ral Government by.construction, which, obtained were, for a time,' led to believe that a tax case in the States this could not occur.' Court whaLe er. The whole system is anlnpidt
Such a measure would j justify an increase was not warranted by any just'inter- which in the main fen'upo'n labor was' for ;'The whole was resisted from itsinception upon the"equal rights of( Lliga4 $. kp1srejUdV
of the number of officers to the.extent of the of the ,Constitution. system .,
pretation few years the benefit of the laborer who'paid lit' This tuisor.IIW
byjmany of our 'ablest'statesmen, exclusively in the hands of,the wealthy .
reduction by dismissal, and still the after the close of that series of
corps war, a mea- branch of the system involved a partnership its inforna-tne' whohub I
of whom 'doubted only tu nun
some constitutionalityand necessary poor
would have fewer officers than a corresponding sures was adopted,which, united and combined between the government 'and. the favored \ .
\l lieved'
its expediency, while others successful io shCirr.it Courts thai the opposw
: number of men in the,army. .constituted'what was termed by their classes-the' former' :the '
s 'I The contracts for the transportation of the authors and advocates the. "American receiving proceedsof was, in, all its branches, a flagrant 1d. dangerous -' party,bas,appealed,Met that liwill be neceswjt .
: the tax articles 'arid ,
sys- imposed on imported, theWnstitutibn :
infraction of another UiaIs Taw
.him to undergo'the ordeal of t .
1; ;! Ch mail in steamships, convertible into war- tem." the latter the increased price of similar article -' '
) ( ; :: steamers promise to realize aU the benefits The introduction of the new policy was -produced' home,' causedjby such'tax.', (To le concluded. .. 'next week.. .).' :hasseeand. probably another after .that facuitr '.
;i" to our commerce and to the navy which,were for a time favored by the condition :of the Itis'obvious that the porjion: tot be received 'n. : ... wh!n horrified, be expresses" his resdjaeiscompromise *. ,c
anticipated. The first steamer thus securedI1t1 cpuntry5by; the heavy:debt..which had been : by the favored classes would j1 as a. gjenerar : 'tf/- '" upon. ny.terms,finding i ibjBBselfeon$ .:

to the government was launched January, contracted during,the war'by.the depression '. rulei be'i, creased' in 'proportion: to 'the increase ., fu' latest 1,1." from. Xeropc.' "- 1" ly,,in..the,power of the roan with the fallj ne.>ff> I
'J' : ." ;,_ "
1 1t 1847. There are now'seven' and in another of the public'credit:'by the deranged state of 1,1tit; U) ) .alteration Wbatsjyer is necessary.'it sbQUI41I
of tax-imtdsed -
of the rates ,' and'diminished I nughzj. .LaW4L9vTH1c4NADA.!, .. any 2 ; : ..." \,
ir year there will probably be' :not less the finances and die currency and by.the ;as1 those rates were'reduced'td'the' I. .'-abolishment. ,of that. 'ridtculous. .' ,.cannt'ltt'.1i..I;*..'
than seve/iteen afloat. While this great jia! commercial ;and ,pecuniary embarrassment ,revenue standard required.'by- the"*.ttata& :of The tiaeniitsof; the Red :Republicans. 'a dBocialists'arowafchedaiid now called a Supreme Court,.It'is Wy.tfaejtjJM*

tional advantage is secured, our social and which extensiyely prevailed. 'These were not the'g vemment! The rates required to prrP feared Cavaigaachasbeen.'Urgedto.presentA.Uwforcing'tHeclo1'i since the State of Georgiavwitb pi idgieat
4 ; p. commercial intercourse increased and promoted the only.causes which d to its establishment. than bwri i had 'AppeIa'Ciiit'J
1Pj duce 'asuffici 1t evertu for:;ithe'oidinaryexpenditures5 sing of the clubs,,but has'declined (Oreaiex our any .
with Germany, Great Britain and other The events the war*with Greaf Britain, and *bf 'government, f6rrnecesfiAiry citementj'prevailed JnParis on account (the ever,and the objection-urged, against ijthe wi *bn1ur
; 4 '! parts of Europe, with all.the countries tht the embarrassments which had attended its we'rer hot' "to\ the it piaced,,io the ban4torilie:wuhksmior.
., t continent with purposes, likely give to private June insurrections, f,!sjrrfn *' -u % -..f.fYI&nna.'is unjust power ,
; t west coast of our especially } prosecution had left on the mind of '
many partners in'this'schemeprofitsrs\ifficient; rtwllyjtranqnil.;, The"city has AH that we need,agopdcirtttit JCc is
::4 Oregon and California, and between, the of pur statesmen* ;'! the ,impression*that our ito satisfy their c pidity-d; hence a*variety passed througHjaix. wfu.n5 .", .Tie.accounts (and it as an.outtage,upontthe already.:ueibind M*
northern and sections of the United .
southern ,
: government r was not strong't enough and ,ofexpedientsand'tetext.j' weT ;. esdrted5 to'' furnished.by Enj Ush residentSj.are'temblc.r1:' fax-payers to introduce anoAei synem.wbfc :.* '
, $ States. Considerable revenue maybe; expected that.to.wieldyts: resources successfully. in for thepurpose'f enl rging"th: qeriditurCs '}V essen1i uS r ', he.,com nDdaJt tYJen ii ,, 'double our As preportJefcf "
; from postages; but the:connected line great I emergen.ciesiand; especially:,in twar,; and'thereby % neityIor keepingu : vrtsh'ot: 'onthef5th.h0 accOunt"of. ; the ex-, present expense. great *
fwP from New York to- Cliagres and"theiic, more po\Ve .s ouldc.be'co) -ted in' ha : a\ hight Ipr crtUlg t1Ctiv&| iarilt *Tfa6lefiect"'bf.this Muiiphs in'tnefetreetsare! confiTmea/and, canscomplettf'stitefdf .-. r'pr Stnt Legislature. composed or.I.1 '
- 'r ; across the isthmus Oregon, cannot fair to( hands, ,This 'increased; *power they!: did not ; policyas'b.interpose tirtificialrestricitions'upoa ; e4great"excUenent" ; : there V" being I, l seven* f out,'o'r,the''- *delegation fc. ','oflrom [x.jl
I MfjJiA'ji exert beneficial influence, not now" to be seek,to obtain'by *,the,legitimate*and c&to8&bf '* siege';is"iSainitainc31at1Berlin.'and me,East-alone, we' can Mriwhere '' rt'meIIf:
the atural thb'usii'ss'and <
- estimated, on the interests of, {tbe man at' cnbed moderranamendment'of;ythe'.constfctutipnrbutby pre- \ trade: .of.the. 'I1nd ;toj'dvWi |'the: the'peplfi ihaye been'eonipelle
T' tures. commerce, navigation, : ahd''currency j ; ,construction.;;They, saw governments interests l laVge country;capitalist i ; ''arid'm gite up their armaTh&piv1esistanceofthe'pel : : .; ,Butrwe tape t\h peopl !iflCIP1'4eIj .
nop lists of'Gen/
of the United States. As to* Wrangel into tt teff
'cf an
T iznpbthntpart .uLtheold, .worldibasedupbu! differ-' th"1aaw JiQbmtttei dragooned so glaring .
at the'cxpe is e-ftlie'great mass; theTpe6-: rbloodshed.i The 4..
. of the. I recommend ,favorable of has\be ncp tuwJ !J: '' '' 't rt .j "
system .14
, your eat orders ..society, and so constituted ; l ln. :
as to vIe who to increase their wealth.
ref againdispersed
Diet has beea r > '
kt consideration the establishment the ;throw the whole power of nations into.-the! noth4r branch'.' of this iyvvas.Iaomprehensira .1i 1 ;, heiegIs1asui. /; :
Fat; line of steamers hetween. New Or.I' 'band. of. system | iBreslatf arid.. herttownSiareVperfectIy: ripeGen..rangeLJaT : : '
proposed Blew.
w ,0 tax c arid '
-I .."J2J1ll they : schemeof;internal;improvementa the ord and. t.be11thinstth feB0'
leans and Vera Cruz, It the'mosf -> 11 C.'L.hili. < to'take tip s :In tbeSeimte inca
happy results in ,cementing prom\Se1l fri hdship.be.' ti .flt_, :. sf ., Yt t..L Jql : ,:capableof; indefinite:enlargement fI.and follow up Hs.jarc ent pf;Burgc Quarfsj ; lowbtg'1)I : e4-1 ,, 4 :_.1J -" ',
pypczved ih have.been In the meantinieborn,
I the republics,, and in extendingreciprocal I i2 e >ufficientttqsallow; aa$ manytmillionsannuaUy Deputations "; ', .Ai t .
; : rpl1nJ
eTiizo pl
tween two 'j
he t nf f
egginhsIng ; !
,iso ,could b ted the, 'tfor ,
; xa. ,!rpm : toriiiFb
? bka .w
the trade and :
' benefits nnufac. i )
;; Th to sometig. ', .in.th ease,luurv and: eigomzrerce'of.thI' irhis jvas;a I. An a-equ&. UdtoiiitoJD&ki
'th !; tures of both. ,. .,. ; .Id"'l' 'of the''h"S.,orders".whqfte..ii their w' -' : fki f1'-: the state 1r.t( *v *
convenient and 1 ne esaaryadjunct,ofthe:pro, 'a8 ofrciIfld1n.wlcbtMtat1ra'partz '
Postmaster General Will'mak i I '
of 1
The % ealth o'tho22a'ItThi'Oi'vi&Ou ,
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report 'I''l' -
:! ,,0 ft aboripgiiiiozi.a1p3f .. tqeHvcr tarW Itva&t l be tIegeat absorbent ; r' '
> rJiJ-J .
Wto known to',ydtLthOperatidflS of. thatIT4.1 Th. : $ in c1iew tb idf :, '- mim& ** : '
r w t'ln
-? department forthep8t'CX.. ; ., .. pPjl" .'.econo. ttr'.Y'Ii .clt..h-'J: 'e'1I.\ .. I hadO.flhiflartiCUlar1yr eI4, ; cf anynxplWi.1wlumighttantinieccimulateii jJt hdtl&J ff'fJ''I ft% iK! .t'$4:'g .t ,.t\ .. ,_4_ect1e.i
\ tlir tazseedo '
; uryjJid olJh,8& '
AoZ flSi.Un ot rtrftf ; a11iho1c1Utek fo .fe8hl
It is gratifying fa firid;;; theiiuotthiiitmeit ,WIUle8Sq., 11Ul'o ..1"1 1 t J ICn ttc Uitlud
,.under :the rates'pf; postage ndw! Gi nbi JIt T t'i -' 't s ii'i "11l: : .U1.cpeoplei notrJotneesary.la ; 'ther "lad! : Ltwothu: Inste1,ftf'd r11. & l.
': { tdDtie r y u Pu.rP9 S/J.butd i1b ow, 1 z4xrd- Ath in tt v" oraiid1' incr4ik9 tb ii" .q-J
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tstabll}. by ..... ,. had .t,1AD i (Hodiii1 .
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11.B. gross. Y.1., 'l n IJ 1J.1'c.v"oiJ.',' 1 ',- T :rtrt9JJ h ee4 :fij g Lthiitj :31itit.flA14u4i8c irUon'of Ireland ia'ratej .' t-w .t i ;" "t'h < t 5

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An act to grant pre-emption i gentleman nine ----1"11
and ten dollars trancVthou ugb, it is NEW-STORE tt4
On State Lands %!pin, Esq., well known to"beworth. at'the mint in'Phila l': NEWSIOBE ] r Baval ..oatr. TaX C }Iec!.r. Sale; 11 flT.si

Resolutions urging upon ti.a apital ,! delphia eighteen dollars the .ounce. at l st.-;. :COOPER iiAB i BY vfrtiieof thepbwcr'testecl fa me by law: 4J '

sent certain companies of Fl always de Such is the scarcity,of coin.here., ,. ,- & ;, 1haTeleieaTpon.ftnd shallexpow.forealej i;

We want a mint Let Congress send ns'one ., : .jjc,. fs NYii1L1' ";" :', before;the Court-HoU3ecIoor in the Towitof 4.
The.House) bill to repeal an io" .
at the .J ; "c _. Jaeksonvilleiion/the '
once over, ,Isthmus; else this grain goldgees AVE : ;6rst Mda1ick
: the circulation of notes of OMEGA. to)Mazatlan- to Chili,and.Peru-where it: H Ocean OPEWEoni Street.with a LARGE;the corner AND orB WELL, and next;..((1&I9)) 'tlie' following'land;, or Vo muci

les denomination than fire is lost to ;:our national .. Over a million -; SELECTED STOCs.OF FRESH GOODS,COD. thereof as willpay the State Taxes.due_th s o '
of 8 11 noes. S of gold, at the lowest computation,is taken $ itg.in partofGrocerks -\ -' .. fortheyear1S4vi... !t!I'
rote ayes S
I a in the Senate from these mines every month-and this quan 2.000 acres ofL situated,; (m Nassau BJandHcraston S ,
The following bills have tity will be more;than doubled:when th.emigration : flats t ,Caps,, >s Creek adjoining .lands Of3O& S4

1 since the 12th inst.: of Califor from the States,,0regon\.the Sandwich : Provisions i .Boots,:Shoes, Houstonparticular boundarinkofli\ t4't* ,

,I An act relating to the mode the House, Islands and the Southerii !publcsairives.Sendus ; Dr Goods; y purporting S to belong. to Sahdiford Holmes.A. !:'
auctioneers postage bill mint!' I could give ydu forty more 'C19 hi g, y .:,.. CANOVJli;:',fl'tt
of ,
re and duties ; illustrations of the and H rd W are :Tax !
-s to three extent productiveness S ddiery Collector Duval Conn S
00a I An act to establish the county of these mines, but no one will believe"what I 11 _;_. '" .. ,'_,. .rJec.4th,1848 : D 93m' ts
11 tounty. quarter of a have said without my name and, perhaps but ucfi.ery, etc., &C.'r&C,. .' 'n, .- 0. -
few with it. Which will be sold Daval CoontrBY : Td C.U ')! ii'r
: An act to provide for the at SlVAKlUH PRICES,for Cash '
- 1L cattle Mr.Benton or Country Produce. ,virtne.of the power vested in me by law l? '
1 L t end brands of shipped From CRAS. P. COOPER. GEO.B.REAB.. S 'I have levied upon and shall
of New California and The Gold Region expose.for k t'
II Florida; IT. O.-Cash advances mad- cotton consigned sale,before the Court uE doof; in-the Tows U '
Lit Resolution asking Congress to that A letter in the New Bedford Mercury dated to our friends in Savannah.Oharlestou or. New York. Jacksonville; on the:first'Monday March'' t Z?

section of land to Denton San Francisco, September 1st, mentions the Jacksonville Dec.23.1848.. ly next, ((1849 between the usual hours of sale, L -

r3te ItT on the in- wreck of.the whale ship Maine at the mouth of the following ,described ,wopertyi orsotencbr 1
tie county site; Dire 'oiNerocs. thereof,as will ; the '
satisfy State
Taxes due" I
the Columbia river
the 23d 24th of
Mexico on or August
An to amend the law now in thereon for the year'1848 viz ; S '
act :NEGROESof, : i 5
Estate of
THE the Minors
oft the organization of patrols. than the em Officers and crew saved. The following extracts ,late James B.Roberts.deceased,'wilj The half part of that'certain tract'of:land""

to Fe, and illustrate in a measure the extent of the be hired i out for One Year from;the,First day of Jan situated On the King's Road leading to BL--Mv1 tW
the] An act prescribing the time J.M. GIU- gold mania: uary,A. D.1849. Terms made known on day of hi ry's, Ga; knowaaa the Piles Place, containicff

-00,1rlc siezed for taxes: shall be ; nng. THOMAS-LED WITH; 300.acres, and.purporting to belong to Francui
St.Johns signatures, A day.or two ago the Flora Capt.Potter,of Guardian of the Roberta Minors. .PHW. ; 1L41i4
re t -A'ACANOVA-
act to incorporate
Au New London, anchored in Whaleman's Harbor Jacksonville Dee. 89,1(43.

fa gt.Augustine; It is on the,opposite side of the bay., Yesterday,th&capulrf ,' S 2t Dec.4th,184a.B S .Tax.. .Collector.9.Dec9.,3m Dnval County... a5 '( .

_',*Ano 'provide" "firttre S .'':* ;faring that. he''ould lose all his me$ Hire Negroes. j' : f t

rendered by overseers of public ."'-* weighed anchor, intending to go'to sea. After THE NEGROES rihe Grebam' Minors win lie Dnval County. T .v_. .*__,:
getting under weigh, the crew, finding the ship out for One Year on ihe First day of Jan Y,virtue of the autli rityvested1nmoby T'j#
Senate bill, to grAnt' the circum- headed out,refused to do duty, and the captainwas uary,1849.Terms made know/I on day of hiring. law, have levied, upon and.shall j

::711 Settlers ou State lands; letter forced to return and anchor iere. Last S THOMAS LEDWIT for sale; before the Court-Houso docr.inthe expos
> Alcalde of, night nine of the crew the low Guardian of/he Gresham Minors. 1
of gagged
An act for the protection WAtch Townof Jacksonville the
Jacksonville. Dec.23 ,on .fi.r$ Monday'ia
for the ered one of the boats and rowed 184r.Executors' St ; *
off. '
A They March
; between S
of Florida nextj'(1849)( ) .theual hours.of
he cost ; have' \ j frr
not been heard of "
Aa act for the relief of ; ( since and are now probably rale, 350 acres oLand" ,or so r much, thereof is; '
heMTT Commerce}) halfway to the gold region. The Florais 'Notice. will pay the State Taxes due thereon for the

] An act to require licenses to .29, 1848. 26 months out, with only 750 barrels of oil- THE: Subscribers, having been qualified as year 1848, bounded as.foUowsviv: North*by U

Iae persons and subjects not hitherto -every day Every vessel that comes in here now is sure to. Utors of the last Will and Testament lands Francis Richard, South and East by 1
lose her crew, and this state of things must continue of JAMES DELL late of Alachua Big Pottflbufg
We perceive that there are It has been county, Creek and West by Little Pott:
Deu2r Sacremento until the squadron arrives when, it.themen.ofwarmen deceased, Notice is hereby given to all persons I burg Greet purporting :belong "to? 'Georgir j
the House, providing for the do not run off too merchantmen having demands
: Fork against the estate of the deceaSed Hagan. ,A. Ai CANOVA, '-"l.t
of Probate by the people, but Cosamer may retain their crews. to present them without delay to the Tax Collector D val County:,*t" I

as yet advanced beyond a third on the, The volunteer regiment of the United States undersigned Executors or their authorized Dee 4thi 1848: )Dec3m'-. -f tfiS
katMr] of country soldiers have been mustered out of service, and agent. James G. Dell, at N Newnansville; East -S.---t

Le Dsnj Rrmorul of the Seat of extends have mostly gone gold hunting. Much sick- Florida, within the time prescribed bylaw, or SHERIFFS SALE '.r

The present session is the south and ness prevails among the gold-diggers, many this notice will be plead in bar of their re ,, ; ;>,.
in noig limits have left the ground sick and many more have covery. BY virtue eta writ of FL Fa,issued out of
which this ; are
Constitution, by discontinued their labors for the And notice is the Circuit Court for 'Duval
neal On present,and hereby given to all creditors, /County,- It V i4-
Totesof can be effected. If the present subjected gone into the more healthy portions of the coun legateeSj and persons entitled to distribution, will expose to public sate in front of the,Court .

of him] mitted t.o pass without acting exists in fine try, to t return after the sickly season has that their claims will be barred unless exhibited House in the Town Jacksonville, on the,first' j J ;

it cannot be done hereafter ; clefts passed. From the best information I can obtain within two years from this date to the Executors Monday of December ext between1 the hours'
ittiecaJ! ? there are from 2 to 3 thousand persons at or their authorized agent. of sale on that day OneHundredfl&a f9attle', 1!

;, and i if the Cojiiti'ution, which it will ,and pieces t on1*- work at th' "g ld-wnShings with the same sue f (Signed) BENNETT M. DELL, and Cotton. : Taken'as the"pr6pertyj6r. ,

or whailink possible to effect-two-thirds of cess as heretofore. The rainy season will com SAM'L. R. PYLES. Arthur Burney to satisfy an execution in fayo1' '
mence by the 1st of December and those Dec. 16 1848. of Wm. B. BoS& THOMAS LEDWITH. v *
for ennn.I ; J
tl Aliscmblies.bcing neceesary over the .?._ j...__ TJ _!n 't___ "_ _.. T Oct.28. 1848.
1A 6t D.Cj: .
earth here b. 'Jliu..o KUUI WI1I. .navu reIDaul -
'portI We therefore hope that a let loose in where that month finds them till along in March, 5 $25 REWARD D- The above sale isj postponed, onto the I 4

believe to be the wish of a Some as it will be impossible for them to get down in- first Mondayinjanuary1849. "

e t1aitm t ent Assembly, will be promptly ; least active get, to the settlements on account of the peculiarities me WILL for the be return paid by ot 'De'9') 1848: ,;- \_. .4m'.--..S;:r,
of the soil and country. ,
and cnrriod into effect. The who
car from;i employ The whole country, I am credibly informed my MARE, stolen LevCOUBt, Tax Collector'*Sal6* ;

-J II're- tlemen! Avail yourselves of it, There his is. in the valleys and on the plains west of the, t S from iny Faiher's stable f"7ILL] be sold on'the 1st'Mondayof Jan -" i iS

blj defi! silent! ; Indians pro California mountains and west of the gold regions I in this place, on Y T :ry next'1849;between the houradf let I
t what is almost entirely overflowed with water 'S the night of the 25thofOCtoberlast. a d'-2o'c1oek the following lot'or'pareI"of7 4

reeronenTilla Xe\v Mail Route to will give during'the winter months,BO that it is with the She Land containing 160 acres;or'as much thereof7 ,

:: We .r* gritifi tft learn that our ; coined sil greatest difficulty that access can be had to and ) I .5 is a dark.broWn or.S as'will satisfy the'tax due,'for the year'lSC /; -

,skillful t low citizen, Mr. THUMBS D. or a glass from the settlements. The gold diggers, and .S blackjabOutfo; e including all costs and charges.' Said lands'artAsituated'on S
those intending to become such and a half hands high,five old handsomely the YTakasassa.:
of ;anjundmt t County,has ,erfr,ttd liis .rn" often give are making years S"'Y'et sQr
| line mint eigh their preparations .accordingly, by providing made, small handsome head, eyes protruding 28,.T. 12, R'16; and said ;to belong to'01le'-Ed.. 4 LI't
: tiihtnrnt
I a new orrnailllug. themselves with four or five months outfit.- ; fine neck, legs small and sinewy, and a mund. Schriver a nou-resident this Stated -lf
eon tin i tI tint jilice and Alligator, ria. brandy tobacco. a By the first of October,the number of persons small handsome foot;;mane and tail,long and The above lands vrill be sold 'at the Courl'

count: j t Grit malUm ihu mute leaves ( ) gettake at the gold washings will not,fall short of 4000. flowingwhen the.was stolen. She has.a blemish House of Levy county-- at the Houi.::of Mar/ L

>rugs i titer the arrival oftUe boat from seven men *A* in her right .eye, by,which,.with',the above .1 V.Andrews, : .v-i- -iGEORGE -_- *.
who have been kkkerto cnudemned description,'abe may be readily recognized by :H.TEESPJE3L ,
_t as ,/ n",1.v.. 5 S ;>.
40 f .-- "' [No. 25.] 'f one who ia .with horses. I
da7s'j41eTy.tk.will be agreeable employed on I any acquainted .Tax 'sCss i&. CbllectoV ofJLevy Cor' :i:
.eSotrti I Another Physician'. Testimony hi': OscLJIaliT T bei.n .e ._ ; V\-:-::
: the CT"t beae&'will derived out.in-hese :
'. -aIru,4mds -Hith l&S l-at and" MR. FcrWtfi:Dear feffr I tftroid s'hd yoo'a'dozencertificates ".1.7uYiiwv-zu, ;. MO.;: tr" :
.ng&b7.ot Ji-m! I Le7 Cuuty Tx .CIeCOP'I .i1
"tfIewapaf'Ma' rar"Jiicknnvil\c\ lknow'the strong and decisive, of the really unitive STUART'S -'House Syrup; Buckwheat. riLL:1JE. : SOLD;,on,the,first'!Mouday1n

o Hirer NewnMivilte until Wednesday know what effects of your valuable Balsam of Wild Cherry;within per 8chr.'AlbertVini l; f..J' l nnex' ,' ((184,r b Lh j

ore the after WtAnrdy uucm. and there. I i the past twelve months; under mv own supervision and for sale by A. M.BEED.Dbc.9 ..'': houn' t t 10 ,2 'O Oe1t" thAf.d '''t1i :

tSUtf.we .riiag. By the new 8 ten days in and direction. Indeed, I know of few persons who ;, .tfI ,. South'W 8t'Q'u&rt'of'tLe'South Qoatter''.

tyiinr on Monday morning i at f..'cluc It ) averaged each have used it, comparatively but commend it, in the >nval of_iSection 7; Township 16/>Range),"and.thf; !r
; ;CooatfTaxBY .eUeeIft'a'Je.; S
on M. n virtue of,the power-rested in me by law. ter of Section 18 16 '
hare Tuesday night. Thus thloubout not lar ever saw, to which I was c lled a month ago,tested :I shall expose foir.sale be9re. Court and East, ,Township' ,Bang 19tJS6iUK,*
containing ,80 acres. or, as inuch as Th
NteDtjniepeb. route our citizens will be ,upplie a half of the superiority of the Balsam. The disease bad last. House door in'the Town ot Jacksonville, the win satisfy the'taxes' due on the same for the

Jf/lj-iro hours in advance of the another pin ed six weeks, and the dyspneea and suffering were first Monday in March next,((1849)) ,between the present year, ((1848,) with all costs and expend" #

irrelj sot hive only notirrd the arrivals by would I be- dreadful; he sat up every night. The gentleman usual.hours of sale tbofollowing described accruing: for advertising the sameL Th/7

>hiom parturr.but the eriefil will equally and told me to give him something to last him home, ((21 I property, or so much thereof as will pay the above named lands are situate in Levy county! '

9CDtJ.. : Wediiewlay Mr. DKITER COI/\'(' men-men miles) so that he might see his wife and child, and : State Taxes due thereon for the-year 1848.to. on the Withlarnoche. a short distance fthrrr*thaif 1 !ti

ltOM and foui That body of Land situated on the King's and claimed by James Lynch and,bounded tt
nil bur- I STOCKTON'S line Tallahassee, and of ounces syrup squills,directing him to take by l !
m ways; Road leading to'St. in, .
Augustine Section 37 U.S.1 lands unless there bavebeenland.i ; "
\ bowls. tea-spoonful doses of best Bordeaux olive oil,when recently -"i -
out we to Newiuusville.from Alligator; some Township 4, Range 28] South and East,knownas purchased adjoining: The above lands- :

the rijbtupporl only longer the difficulty of breathing was greatest. Next day I the Davis Place ana purporting to belong to. will be Boldat, ',the:Court House,,of Levy conntj?.?
A ): other end forced his despondent will, and made him take six David H. Burr
a i iI containing acres. at the.house, .ofMaryV.Andrews.. \
Sentinel is a grating bottles of the Wistar's Balsam of Wild home 5S
I Once upon time the Cherry A. CANOVA; V GEORGE TBE3PEB ., g
reportedjuprrtno i I much excited because we hinted then wa- with him AS A PRESENT he having alleged that he had Tax Collect County. TAesdCoUectorL.iyCo.f ;; fi k
the cradle J
would be made at this session of ; ; plain, the used so much expensive medicine to no profit. Last Dec. 4th, 1848. Dec9-3m 'Kov.llth, 1848. S's.. .;: :' ; ttl
week Mr. A. called and his : t
.inc bod/ to fleet Mr.CAKEU.to the U. S. gold is de expressed gratitude to $100 REWARD Benton County SherLffy Sale.I : I
.chclDl"Ih.tdua1l. So me in the warmest manner, said the medicine had ;
\ ether good natured things, it said gold and saved his life. paid his WHOLE bill and took six bot WILL be given for the apprehension of SHALL expose to'sale, ,in' 'front of thetS $ "I

Slower much Messrs. Levy and their prim. ties more, and left my office fur home, rejoicing B. HARBIN,who escaped from House door Beaten County,OD.the' I 3
Moa I'I'taK the locofocos. have established the other i the Jail in Duval county, on the night of the .Mondayin'Decethbernex within. ga11oura; a I
1peu J making l-tjforts with the cradles and Very respectfully yours 3d of January last where he was confined on .of sale. the following property,.to. wit:-One U ; I r

.INttlllO' t W procure this high office, we WM. A. SHAW. M. D. conviction for Burglary and Larceny. Said forty acre tract .of land: ,:,lying'in Township ;
sepiritpJ .. \ luring claims awl pretensions mounted Washington, N. C. Aug. 12, 1847. Hardin is about 35 years old, about 5 feet;10, twenty.Range'nineteen, the South East Quajy f. J !A

tbwr.eretnod vQl EO far degrade himself and the gold gor Signet!I. BUTTS on the wrapper.For inches high,rather light complected,but sallow, I ter of the South-East Quarter of Section hi1Vf"! J ]

. 1 fauke such "efforts." will be their bowie sale, wholesale and retail by hair light, or sandied small, dull, muddy,blue : five. >,Taken' Execution: .a8'the property of'>:: ,

in office too exalted to be of these in- eyes, downcast lookups thin and closely compressed I Cyprian T.Jenkius"to ;satisfy sundry.execu-1 ,
AppeIIIVznpaILionI i. ." T. 0. HOLMES & CO.. beard thin and scattering.' ;He carried tions issued;from the":Circuit Court,in Bentoa ;

bo Jacksonville, E. F. off two negroes with him when he escaped from :County'in favor of George Hancock and otherar 1f '"'f.

UJOMiCV Bj tray of eomment upon the pick- And by druggists generally throughout the Jail; since which time heha3'; been roaming at .:-.N 'M..MOODY, !-**'* a

,tor. 1&itb.bHW tfate purity thus assumed by the following United States. Dc 23. large committing other crimes. The.above "Sheriff"'5-BentonCoun< ."r.*..: t" tf11 i iNO iS .

, Wore the meeting of the to discover reward will be paid by undersigned on his tthl84&" -S 5t : .'' -:<* _4

opposisfessmrvf tract the following from from delivery to the Sheriff Duval County. .; : S S TUFJ S '.
*nitca during its session. The fount they I, : !'. i iI
u T.fl*" *&remarks: But they OF JACKSONVILLE, ,DEtf.;23, 1848. THOMASLED\VITH; .I A.C. :P.M.COOPER REED, 17fi offer--for %,'::1r&ft' :tT Yid'W '

3 the.C"! rainbow .:CoI:. e'or.1ih1ch"rnp. ; d f6Bowden 'ilfJtJ.6/1I.'Jlf.t. .
Welearn "
that concussing is d"ot the ARRIVED. : I ,-situated on.uaAe.V"6 ';aijd! .MI1t1N.,
adfaettt* oft\e S A. CANOVA, T. HOLMES &CO.aCkSTiUCf -..
day in Tallahassee in of threes hurfdred anil"lift 1'
- which it is Dec. 17.-Steamer Win. Gaston Hubbard Sayannab. .
ebmpletk.i*- $tDr5Lip; and that the election 1I' escaped the j Dec. 9/1848.) if. pine land. hammock,, 'S'jr S $. S
Qne..t JliI IIpoaed to the first Monday ; 'e th' ?;! ;
of volcanic Dee 19.-Brig Panama, Sawyer, N.Y. grove
.i deprecate the 'Whole caucus ; quartz in Dec.10.-Brig Walter Hoxie, Hoxie, N. T. SHERIFF'S SALE.BY .' ; Gardiner) situateS.near-the-above'-mentioned S
''J iirtu"- wish that members of traction ihe'StJ? ,and: ebasijaa
* slumbered ."- 20.-Steamer "Ba- 7obn'a3L1ver1? ; : oftfro
Ocamulgee McNelty
virtue of writ of FiFa: t' I
wud be found sufficient in a out hundred sndflcresmi of less -ttir J'1
ree:'JIte. sets van n ah. ,
repose .. .
bets to pie it the death-blow" strange that Dec.25.-Sch.Gov.Anderson* Tew Key West. ; the_ Circuit' Courtfor'DuvalConnty; 1will aidpine1and5 5 >., _. 11t..
expos topublic,8ale, in froit of lie'CourtHouse 'Thenboe'Ithzdswilibe. offered, forM&ti&W
.1id i red about CLEARED.S ,
).alt sIirsjburdC5C..'J (Correspondence of the out of the ." .14.-Brig Antoinette, Brown,'New.York.w ? ,in'of the December Town Jacksonville next:between; on the10i the firstMonday' nbli&sctionathe' Cscthn&Iondajn.Mareh; CourtHouse at Jackson .
, WuhbJ. AWGATOR Dec. been trod ,JSrf-Brig meihyst.'Brown! N..Y.- of Isale'on'that' ..certain, : k- .'" : 44 .,
day a "manslave : "
'negro lS ._
.. .: l.'J.O.. .
U .
, and 19..pteamer,Wm. Hubbard ,
Gaston GEORGE ?' "
f.Editor. Sir Court ,1 ed ; Taken as the .uO S
.diciar1 r :- The r> f ; proper ,. ..' ,, : !" I
association -
vannah, _
itoflhtre after ) S ty.of John E Sauadutisfjsnciec tionS b.nTiJI. Ncri..1ff1.. :1S4& :_ ; '..," .'
wtU l today, having ; re been dis-. i. Dec.Stcai, Ocamulgee,'MoNeltySa. in ', : :: __:_ '." ,- .- .
hameat '
b da ewnansville I his vannah. -
lear "
'all S.---S- 'fllQMAR'LEDWiT1I I Ii.
.rep rrio. *Place the membere :t the hillsof; gold -"* ; LZ-.'. "* 'r" *. Oct28, 184K :1J -t' ,. =',&eTIffLL : A. 4'LL: ,-AdfflIH1S1r' PEHSONS. ?interested.in, .*IOTai4t1. 11...:. tie?*.'*.f.-.1.l"":.
I... d : :: e a bird's Sberigfs Sale.' H I e1i'' : irf?j
. themselves mach, the 4PAlimda,above. .. .intiUiie. soL tbeIatiJoshiu.Millcr1 areiJserebyioti.S -
eigbtee. *. *isting,and all of that S-S on the i-' BY virtue of ai WritorfLr .,issued' oat oFtbe k; '. lln- '". annairy'' ,"iQ..ft;_ .' r.: '$" or 4ec. -.'; fied. .That... .ptt''tie-_ .,,. .. ..4flfusrS49 1,4, .
ct : ,.cult Court for Duvat County, I_ UrejPUS8 aiI 8. '. shall present accounts an&4etersa3AdinlnistrsLo : .11 .t
1eTed \ my
j -
which renders Sonora BAYa : !2 .J : # :,.
,, I pubhc"le.lnfrontoftbe Conrt-Hoase the Town : : -
JGII't . ;.:to the Hon Tudge Probates kfandforATaCliaaC9Unty.for.a7ii7ial
ticeerLhe' i ; ofjtheirmale of Jacksonville on the first Monday of February next, :Uro" 1 "to"Jallrf : : '
U J pI : I here would; between ,the hours of sale1 on that day, a Tract of ... .! .lJ8Y'' 1, eMJ 8efti>.: _
.J'O": J 5thetin\e the Bar gars a I S .and. aischargCftom tae tll >clm 1ias ii r''
: .. ; race.of wch- "Laud.Iiog. situate' and being at Haiiard, on'Sc r HAVE: committed b the'jail of Davatn iri rtv-.t J- ,.'JL' -'.fii-tt.-iriiJiS .
: Si ; ? to the high-minded& yWon of' na Johns Eiver,in the County'of Duval;boooded ai fol n J5T") IXtr a'AhlnV dsishO KATf that'BIS ofsaid-o an\lIu.a.p.r a, 'i'
., d" low ,;r..i&-Beglnning on the St.'Johni Hirer two. S therOL'OSU'S3OfllAd. : : J.
!.JDdge the Hon.George I t,;the ,name is UOBETau&thAtbe-bClOngS l\ .
/ ; .
preH .
IefoflO Mill B
Z.il hundred feeVabpve'the Creek .i.t 184
,first line running ln1'
10OJ. .
aoili lied and amiable } a few of the thence down the;Riverbank past the mouth of Mill : .to Mr'(Cornelius'Sams, of SontlrCarolima. ._->, :1.k.. ._tj.PP"
.. 'had ibe Whajrf .. The nun is of a,'laarfeyeltow complexion* ;
,' t $Lixn ; oSf who Creek aud a point distant one hundred T .N8Ii t.Tli..d.W-
around ) .
i the. circuit-
; ; -without .'feet above;Wniiam/Hrtutrm'r-Store r-second J, ,boutfivi.feel seven:inches in height/and ap .f. -'.-. { v
3tt.weprCf '!tr,*M prevented from .I\1akiD iunning alright angles with the first back to the top patently"twenty_nve years.of age. The'ovheruwill : 7'a.D: w.m ed' 1'u.y.T : .

; q'te. of the Inclemency of 'lyrEve: --or&be8. .nc111-Ulif uurdEne, :rnnaioadowirtbe River 'please,'comeibiVftrd s 7' chirRes:and '. ti. Jji 't.Q. .; O1 .
; : same e&*>?ih8ifim on*'hondred "t,'thence at take lilai tay'.JQPE}A13AEBE ; 1Iii : .J"
''''s 7tIg e4.off l >igginhave",; right angles fctoths.Marsh'so far ]aitmantio&e4 I '.rill d'tie'' I1EZ1 ( .
| ; ? J. -.AIlorDiiTl; Co:: .l1 p
> .
t. ; .1"tf >
h ; -
J ?
e : W.., tod from the :of that Ilioe ;
f;;) kve4jnallsparkled.- '' corner point : beginning cboD..1i11eDec $ '' tt .. .".. -., >- ;...,.
.'. ;aJJ"wQl/er.: drawn parallel to the first cud"-third lictt:t>y".iu- 9. 5 "H"-J' ,' y"'i- : .
.&l&t. I > 1. ..W1.. "
.aour ) each, p1eaud: ] ; > '1 .f'- _
1! ; .
) :
crow.bars &ef'c ith.jdaiaIIlwit T A. B u.'O :DO F r a1 1iaw.W. '.."., _
: "..ter'81&Tiorlt !4thehotor and : : : tbs i'ttfl, clodd.itof.t Tfrenty Acre of Land'with,thM1Il ..; .t'1-' 4" -r,- I':3. "-S ,.'"' o'I' 'RE1a.:: ;-t4z", f l ". Ow "f.1ic"". :: '
Su"S. 0 ..' it -4I& ... ,
e ind other Gxtur i thereon. TUIf-U, the.property H f .tU' :<'ipi -
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4 .t ; WORK contains recently discovered Work the FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE great beauty.and, superiority ofthia Sari "preaching that criti:I'PCflOdthetUflioflif "

Xj: .cf, ;. THIS upon a subject of the highest nPersons who with wish private the notes Genuine added.by;,'bpr his Occupy No.56 spacious CEDAR STREET,-the wuoz.xof'which sapmn ,oTer.all- other remedies is. it eradicates should neglect to take itiaaitisacertalrifJL:
f, I. Married Persons those Dr.WeisselhoifJ s it invigorates the Tent 1'e for !of the :
,i t\St: importance to or ,contemplating directly to the exhibition and sale any numeioiisand horribh p
hand obtain it only by Bending is devoted ,
own can
.1"'t.t It will be found of body consumption"'cured diseases to which females
l ; A Marriage. special ,are subject at
to *whatever of the Article of tUa
him;as he employs no Agent Single
those whose health other cleanse arid strengthen time:5of.life.. .This .period
{ t' i } ; to means, or 1.maY..bedlacd
't' sells ;therefore
and the work at wholesale fer'eeieral1eara
.-(', -1 iC1l'C1lmstnnces do not permit them to increasethe never' Pedlar* Postmaster PRINTED CALICOES.Their consumption can;be cured,. by using this. medicine., Aoria It
i.II f'! f number of their family, without great in- no Book Agent, furnish, thOr p r; present Stock consists of nearly bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint! less valuable for those who are

:f.:':y4:,.P convenience suffering, or perhaps risk of life. work.Bookseller Beware can possibly therefore of false genuini and One Thousand Packages,' colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, SpItting w anhOodr as it is calculated to awltn approaeAHtg.' '

-4.' .t.; : r"! A method of avoiding these troubles and dangers : which, not, only be copies narMev I Embracing some THOUSANDS of different of blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and inTigorn .tI" 4
imitations ,
i 't ..;;rr.. at will, (recently discovered by a celebrated infringements may of the copy- patterns and colorings, and comprising every hectic flush, night sweats, diffi- system. :'Indeed,this medicine is invalaawe

r t i... P' French Physician) is fully communicated dangerous prosecuted and cheats' thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and cult profuse expectoration all the diseasesto'which. women,.aVeBubject
:; In this work so that avail him- right .are, promptly ; and painintheside&c. It braces the 'whole'system.
'i I'l' l' any person may will sell abridged or altered copies. Thisis DOMESTIC. ; rene1ricntly wtiii-
;:J ttii": l .qelfofitaj; once without purchasing any instrument the only original and true work-no.other All which aro offered for sale for cash, or the natural energies by"reniovhiV.rtl .[
.'j; l medicine other article from the only WEdT have and .impurities the .
: or can be genuine. Send by mail as above; it is satisfactory credit, at theLO PRICES, bodyr-rnot.soj u1at lg ;'
"t1.'Jt .. author. The means of prevention hero set Thou can be : ,the system as ,to produce a.subsu j w
the work.
' the only sure way to secure by .:
forth cost comparatively nothing and are with- thoPIECE cured. tion,'which is the case of most it:
/,,;! sands of have been sent by mail with OR PACKAGE.New h
;rip;: ;. in the reach of all. The process is new,safes in copies. received almost day Probably there never was a remedy that has for female weakness and nelCn ..;- i r
:: .; fallible convenient, simple, and cannot injure perfect safety.December Styles aro every been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DI8EASROFrTHEREART( :
9 1849. 3m of them for our sales
.It'j1 :) ; i the health of the most delicate. Nor does it and many are got up own as this; it cleanses and strengthens the' TURE AND DROPSY! :1
be found elsewhere.
fc curtail matrimonial privileges in the least. and not to and to. heal,the ulcers on the NEW .'
7Jf : : system appears V YORE Juy'21
TO SETTLERSUnder corrected from ,
NOTICE Printed lists of prices
r1 .,..J.1;;:. MORALLY CONSIDERED day n--to day, with every variation, in the market, lungs, and the patients gradually regain their DRf TOWSEDDeaT"Slr:' 1fj l1r "Ji. :.1i
J,64. t. health and been
usual strength. afflicted
1.Vk't; '-' The object of this work can shown.to be Armd Occupation are placed in the hands of buyers. wit a disease-the ;4t

;.:; t!;. ; of tho highest utility, and sustained by the UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United Merchants will be able to form.some idea of CURIO US CASE .OF CONSUMPTION: with, a rupture for over,; i.the hel,.

' ; :1.i i' :5 soundest principles prudence, political economy ,I THE Treasury, &., will attend at the the extent and variety pf our assortment,when There scarcely a day passes but there area greater par of the tle.She.: Laa W ,

.f; ; g.r;1;: and virtue. It shows how a physiological following places, on the days specified below,totake we state, that tho value of our ,usual stock of number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled sorne ofbrath'an,4 cwat i&f .4b
;.irfti .&- C effect.may be produced scientifically! and without and receive proofs, by depositions before this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The tering of the has.be tervSw

i'N.; "I.' injury to the constitution, which thousands him, in relation to the settlement and occupa- the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by following was recently received: treeing, and h frequently ben;ibleto .t
,1"1; '1'h: /' attempt to accomplish bv the most unwiso and tion of all persons who obtained permits under our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together DR., TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leve her bed. .he' rupture wasverjJarM .del'f
',t, k. ::. ; reprehensible means. The object is by no the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to pro- with the fact that our means and our three years I have been afflicted with general and sev re She almost.every remedsuch.cases J for !

i' 1';:' means new to the world. The means will bo vide for the Armed Occupation and Settlementof attention, instead of being divided among vast debility, and nervous consumption of the last with but little 'benefit.Web' 'Au.

:j). j .... esteemed by all scientific, right minded and the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, stage,and did not expect to ever gain.my healthat had taken but three bottles of yor -
'.:J i :r- sensible people as a discovery in physiology ofts'b approved August 4 tn, 1842, and who were will render the advantages which we can offerto all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was ent1yreleTe oth d
.r', ;'1; the highest consequence to public morals and occupants under that Act and the Act amendatory dealers perfectly obvious; and .it shall be under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and te rpt en .il.t'l

, .1.t ,..I'H'..t.. 'I happiness.THE. thereof, approved June 15th, 1844, and our care that none who visit our establishment regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. ._ ',
?l $ : INSTINCT OF NATURE. who actually occupied or settled under said shall meet with any disappointment. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had. the dropsy, and .
:; ': '.. Love, and the desire for uIion between the Acts, and did not voluntarily relinquish and Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We hd.co idea that w T'

I (1 '-p: ; will be indulged talk of prudence as we abandon the same; but continued to reside on the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. to regain my health, and after read- be s benefited, a hd such a complicatiotf ISAri
; .' ; sexes Without marriage we have in all countries said frontier South of the line dividing Town- S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of diseases. But it has, strange as it any sp i

.': -i.r" !;. !'1''VF may., a debasement of one, sex and the criminal ships numbers nine and ten, South and East of Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original ved to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dr psy. I iinaw'that J J

: al indulgence of the other with} marriage and the base line specified in said Act of 1842, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con done me great good, and called to see you at this statement is so' strange as ite' .

'n:::.a:','_{: I. the unrestrained indulgence; of the natural, in- thereby- aiding- to effect the objects- of said Acts, nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fcio but it is, nevertheless ap P

.:\li' ;;' stinct,very often suffering and misery of the viz:- ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice. I per- realty. Sarsaparilla is certainly aVal.uable -. Kr
, Judson and assures his friends that the new severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been medicine, and shud be used by ever/' 3&rSAT
r.- Thursday
: d; : most fearful character. Who, then, shall deny At Newnansville, Alachua County, on that ;
"i able to attend to usual labors for the last one suffering have been.
: .:. to man (a free agent) the right to marry andtoregulatethe 12th October, 10 days. concern shall have the same pre-eminence in my disbelieve a IfauV
1"..; ;: instinct of nature? At Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d this branch of trade, which formerly distuv' four months, and I hope by blessings of God this account, they are at liberty,to* :Mon
'It. and Sarsaparilla to continue health.It call at my house and have ocular
, ;: t October 10 days. guished the other two houses to which he be your my demonstration;
:.\::\ YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE. the of all that respectfully : '
Alachua Thursday longed. June 25, 1847. 2y helped me beyond expectations Your 1&1D
County on
' AtMicanopy
1 ,
' :r'l Young Married People, whose fortunes are 2d November 2 knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSERlJamc8.8tiDYSPEPSY. -
1 : ; not yet established, will find in this work matter days. STATE OF FLORIDA : Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. -
&PK" At St. St. John's
County on
. : : to interest them deeply, and information of Augustine, MONROE COUNTY. State o/New Jfiscy, Essex County, ss.Chus.Quimby .,
: 9th 10 'KTl
Jt, day November days.
.. v: the highest value which they should not on law No fluid or medidine has
v .vf't: At St Lucie 27th November Benjamin Megin, being duly sworn according on ever been dlsi-ov$
County on Monday .
: & -* any account be ignorant. of. Hundreds of:lar.J..ijt 10 In his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastri
: ;:; ; ried people, now advanced in life,have assured days.AtMellonville Thomas Taylor, Philip! } Chancery. true,according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing and streigtl- :
. \t." the author that if they Lad possessed such a Orange County, on Thursday, Sawyer,and James Filor. belief.CIIAS.. QUIMBY. the organs of flirr--Hon n. tt2. .._ ._ .. I ziveBiases
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14th December 10 0'0 Y Itm 9 if*u''
:t.. :;: ., treasure in early life, it would have saved them At Marion, days. 1st Jan- FT appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas I Sworn and subscribed u to before me at Orange, Sareaparillu It positively e r.every, Ocala County on Monday
":} 4 b;i:.4 more than half the suffering and deprivations 10 dnys.At JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in the the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howevcrsevcre or chroafe. :t

) s*: i; have since endured. nary Chocochattie Benton County on Monday bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPARTMENT, ALAn, May 10.,'194$ .

' .:"d! "f UNHAPPY WIVES. 15th January, 10 days.At State Florida,and that the said Thomas Tay- DR TOWKSENP-Sir: I have been:.afflirwl ..h.'ah

!7 ; ;,,: Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical Tampa Hillsborough, County, on Monday, lor resides in Europe, and that the said Philip TWO CHILDREN SA YED. for several .years with dispepsia in itt .. ,

:.. : condition and health totally unfit them to become 30th January, 10 days. Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomach, ,T
f .. ri mothers of and It is Ordered, That said defendants appear I not heard of one-that used Dr. Townscnd's appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great
; 2-a; ; the a numerous offspring, At Key West,Monroe County, on Monday, 14th
and the said bill otherwise it shall be in time lost children aversion to nil kinds of feed '
:: t:'. who reasonably fear that each period of confinement February 10 days. answer Sarsaparilla any the past ,, and for verl*
taken confesso.It while those that did sickened (what I could cut 1 bare been' : ierD.
aw: i .. will terminate their existence, will At Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 pro summer, not ) unable to fetahr,
is further Ordered That a of this Or- died. The certificate below is but a small portiun on ttunmcL.' I
:;!: '; hail the discovery of this certain means of relief -I days. copy we publish conclusive tuy tried tit
j If
. r-: with unbounded joy. Let all such unfortunate All cases presented will be examined and der be published in some newspaper printed in evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had: but little or BO ,

:.:.tt. ..' and unhappy wives lose no time in obtaining reported on,and persons interested are requested the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the cmpld.t I.was iidnc rt1.AA

: this important work. It will be to them to have their permits, depositions, and wit- for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children cd, about two months silce, .try your Extract

..:. o t oo..1.;. f. a precious boon through life and prevent many nesses ready, and be prepared to prove their Taylor, and once a week for four months, in cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and I must say with'little confidence :

.":L'I. v::" an early and premature death.HEREDITARY cases fully, in conformity with the printed in- reference to the said Philip Sawyer. complaint and dysentery, one was only 15 ; but after using nearly two ;bottles,I .
JOS. B. LANCASTER months old and the other found restored and
3 years. They were I my OF'JJr"
-.L. DISEASES. structions forwarded each claima.nt.HUGH teJle1
.'. .=-. ... ARCHER Judge So. Circuit of Florida. very much reduced,and we expected they would I entirely removed, and would '. :
: 'io! Scrofula Consumption Insanity Apoplexy THOS. F. KING SoL die commend the' of it those who havebetdit
., United States for Compl't. ; they were given up by two respectable use to
h 1:4b: Disease of the Heart, and other horrible cornyIT Octt 14. Agent Treasury.nl Key West Feiruary 19, 1848. 9m physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as 1 ,have been. ,Yours, &eW.W.TAN X' Let
: : capable uf tranomioBiAn fiviu cufe
plaint (
jMt must lose them resolved to
we we try V
! J.' '. ::' to child, afflict many worthy people, who at the A. M. REED I HOLMES & CO. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but your had N. B. Purchase noneJtmtsuch aa.ZMiD. .. .Ge I

: ::J! same time are as capable of enjoying themselves I little confidence, there being so much stuff ad- pers tbat hide the bottle coniplcfely-aid Li iH &La
;'.f..I ." in the marriage state as their more ,fortunate HAS constantly, on hand a well assorted : HOLMES & CO.. have removed vertised that is worthless: but we are very the written signature ors.p. TO "" -'

: "; ':;' :' fellow beings. Shall such persons refrain otGroceries MESSRS. of Merchandize to the large thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Office, 126 Fulton-rt.'Sun. J.fPncIpal \ w

. f.: .. from marriage on this account, or shall they Provisions building formerly occupied by the United States the lives of both. I write this that others may N. .; & co.8 :tate- f. Bott6nlJjia .f
.:.\.'.;l: ind give birth to a feeble offspring destined DryGoods, '
marry known as the Government Building. They be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 North Second-st. Philide1pbra(3S. '
.. '"' :: to a life suffering or an early'death?- Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz ; have added to their stock, by the late arrivals JOHN WILSON. Jr. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Durbl'&'eal' .,. ,Sep
;: .1 The answer to such serious questions will be from New 15 1847. Richmond[ P. M. Cohen -
York. a full assortment of Dry Goods Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. ; CharlestonVrigifr
Flour in bbls and bbls ,
''r .:. found in the work here recommend Superfine % ;
., .. ; Groceries Hardware &co. 151 Orleans 1058oata'
! Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers Provisions, &c., &c.. LUNATIC AY SLUM. Chartrestlcw : .
;l..4 :'; I EARLY MARRIAGES Hams,Bacon, Pork M Beef Pickled Tongues; which they are prepared to sell at reduced James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistantsin Pearl-t& ; Duckir 292eorei n

.; r ;' Early Marriages strongly advised by all Mackerel, Codfish Salt,Rice; prices. the Lunatic Ayslum.BlackwelPsIsland is the Market and Btoad-sts. Newark, N.,J.s and jf '

\.t.i Jr' I philosophers writers upon social and political Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White Beans, They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Dmgpsts and Merchants. genery? C
1' 1 subjects. Early Marriages beyond all question Irish Potatoes; Hides, and other produce of the country, at the RifE U1JIA TISlJI. throughout the United States, West Indies awf' pt.R

,;c.ta tend to promote virtue and happiness; Sperm Oil Candles; highest :Market rates, and make cash advanceson This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. M. REED, Agent '

..1 t. and with the power of regulating the procreative Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; consignments to their friends in Savannahand of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sar- Jucksonvie; F rja )

; .t functions, made known in this work, mayd44.i. Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; Charleston, or New York. saparilla has cured-The most severe and February 2C: 1848. ly .. Pai
. ; ., b&freely. entered into without fear of incurring Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised They have a new article of Wrought Iron chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary > "r. ='

;Tfy. 'I responsibilities which cannot be sustained. Sugar; Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call virtues : MEDICAL NOTICE "n '

.j'.:.. OVERPOPULATION OF. THE EARTH. Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine the attention of Planters. BLACKWELL'S ISLAND,Sept.14, 1847. i l '.1 Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf Dl TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: 1 have suffered
of the Earth
\ \- Over Population may no longer ; Drs. Baldwin & teqiirAli
'. ,'4: be apprehended. The calculations ofMalthus London Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; Byrne,;

11. 1 : and the wild fears of Robert Dale Owen are alike -. ; TO FISHERMEN. considerable of the time I could not eat. sleep HAYING associated themselves in the praci j. wiU i ..b
rendered baseless the here Cordials Confectionary, Preserves, &c. or work; I had the most distressing pains, and of Medicine rpsnectfnllr] tender .
i : by discovery The American Net and theUP
Twine Iflaniifac- their i'ti varioBS
I ; to
4 communicated to the world.
11 I j man over his accidents,"in this respect, at least, Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta ring Company, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have branches of their profession. One .Jor bh; .IrtsI c
t1 El is here established. Ths wisdom of exercising Ribbons; WM. STONE, AGENT, done me more than one thousand dollars worthof may at any time be consulted at;the 'unuetala'

Zp4. such control, none who give the subject a moment's Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'dand unbleach'd; No. 56 Commercial Street, Boston, Mass. good-I am so much better. Indeed'I am heretofore occupied by Dr. Baldwin 4 hi

r". : t .':1.: consideration can doubt. Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; OFFERS FOR SALE-Seine Twine for Fish entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use Jacksonville, October 25th, 1848.. ; '

!'.; 1.F HONESTY OF THE WORK.T Ca.mbrics1Jaconct,Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; and Gilling Twines of all descriptions this for the benefit of the afflicted. wig
. tor."I A :1. Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; -Corks, Leads, Ropeing, &c., &c.- Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS.V The subscriber requests those irho.aren!
:i' There is no deception or humbuggery of Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; Also all descriptions of Nets and Seines-Turtle COULD NOT WALK. debted to him, to call and settle, their iaedical lerdt'wi

_ _ any:kind about this work. it is precisely what Wine white and brown Linen Drill for pants, I i gets and Seines-Fishing Seines, with and That Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very bill a.the above arrangement .renders it',% L
its title indicates, a scientific publication, containing &c., &c, &C : without bags-Cast Nets &o, &c. Persons in best remedy for female complaints there is for him to close his. old accounts. \ brn
. ___. -; information of great value to married Silk I no thousands and thousands of A.. S.BALPWnJ.v
Umbrellas- Gingham, and Cotton,in steel want have ANY DESCRIPTION of Net or Seine disputing; --V'
':: people, or those contemplating marriage, expressed and whale bone franies; made to order and shipped to their address- weak and debilitated females that were pros- Oct. 28, 1848. tf ..:"

i: in plain Language which all can understand Hardware Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; they will please name length,depth, and size of trated by those diseases to which females are .be PrOfZ

.!ttt 1. ; with no unnecessary words put in merely Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, mesh in their orders. Letters of inquiry subject were soon in the enjoyment' of robust BILLIARD SALOONAND !
to.swell the number of its The whole
: pages. Tea health. .
'f Trays; promptly answered by mail or otherwise.
'Ii i story is told, and the means of accomplishing Collins Axes, Hammers Hatchets,Saws; Boston, Mass., Sept.9, 18.18. 3m New YORK, Sept.- 23.1847. BOWLING ALLEY. J cimha
.t the objects of the work and .
LJ fully faithfully given Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has for .
so that the reader may avail, himself of it at &c., &c.; In Monroe Circuit Court ; the last year been very sick, and in a greatly THE Subs ber hi' recently .purca : .t'
V #1
7. It 1 once without purchasing any medicine, instrument A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. STATE OF FLORIDA. reduced state of health being reduced by a : fit 'up Billiard 'Saloon:am .:
\ ; r.j or other article, from the author. The A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. variety of complaints such'as females are liable I Bar Room spacious premises formerly*? .

4 5' zne protection' which it recommends, may 'Boots&. Shoes Men's,Women's and Children's Angelo Lopez, \ to; she got so bad at length that she was entirely ned Goverm and, .occupied by :Judgit 1"'...; '
.. i:.: also be relied upOn without fear of disappoint- vs. > Bill for Divorce. I Lancaster. He haaalso finished % .
: Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A unable to walk,and was as helpless as a child; just splen '
'Ur.!!.c..j., meitpr injury.PHYSICIANS.. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines .Maria Lope; ) she commenced using your Sarsaparilla; and i, Bowling. .Alley,i onncctcd hst&bIisk l "" .--.'

- ii' ,. J ROFESSORSt AND &c.Jacksonville. DUE proof having been made to me that the she immediately began t6.regain her strength, i met, and,aYC8eUtjtbCOii3yOflO; in.Jks "t"t
1 J&' CLERGYMEN ,April 15,'1848. ly in the'Bill' filed in the above her complaints left her, and after taking several .1 vale, which.will open to the Public oaiW.day 'f'Mc

;"rfll i" In all parts of the country have given their cause resides out of the State of Florida, it is bottles she restored. Being a singular net thV23d_pctQber As he has beeajfcf
.r.testimony strongly in favor of the 'objects of INVALUABLE hereby.Ordered ,That a hearing be had on the I, case T thought it might.do good to publish it-: l aiiLexpenso'to afford this mea* 'l
; this work and the nature of the discovery.We .- facts charged in said Bill on the first Monday of She used''a number of remedies!that done her of healthy ',recreation,'Jie'txusts--lila' exert'? r annex a'few of these recommendations: FAMILY COMPANION.' May next', and that if the Defendant do not apar no good previously. Tours, respectfully, .will erwne.J. I .; ** ; :'tt&, t
5\ and answer said Bill by said day, the same 'JOHN-MULLEN 87Norfo1k.st.TOFHELA1UZS. C4utwIaays: keep ion,land tifc tbahalkl 6
i; .1 N EW-.I K Sept 13J 1848 SIX, Lectures on $usesPrcvention an1 Cure be taken as''c!nfcss d,against. her. -Pr Vide} -. i,) I' SEQABS;. 1
Jt DR."R.M E1SSE uo'F-D:rSir::'I should. of Consumption,'Asthma,Diseases of the That a
i u1 : have no question whatever that the means ,recommended Heart,'and)all Female Diseases.234 ,pages, 28 public newspaper of this State for the ;of '.found;with'-him in this particular. :'."!
space OREAT LEMEDICINE.: .. .t
z .f' in work Child-Birth would engravings;; Paper'50 eta bound ,
your ents: .
, \ ; three months before the day appointed for said I ,' "- [
'J.accomplish; the objects intended considered in' Mall to any partpostage 9 M.cts.tShoulder JOS..B DL T WN"SEND'S,SiR$ PA1 W is'3 sovereign; V'V. JOH.OA' .. 4BI
hearing' :LANCASTER Oet..21,84S.
t and speedy.cure for"!incipient consumption, and'for : e ,3
tU'1 reference to physiological principles alone, but Braces .and :.Chest Expanders $2. Judge So. Circuit State of Florida. ; : I ".j I"JiQ'lt' .

,r I have also the happiness to know 'that ,.it has Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling Tuos. F KINO,Solicitor for Complainant 'the.'general Spr sirati6h/6f: the systemno, :CALCINED :PLASTER.iis f .. :1':
'whether ,
) etood the test practical experIment. Tubes, Silver J; $3, by mail, letter postage.. Abdominal Sept. 16,1848./; 3m matter, .theVresult.of.inherent' ) cause, ,
Jj, ,: : .Yours truly, R. LE DOYEN, 'S poi'terscrfect$3: to $10 for all -_ i or 'causes,' produced by irregularity- illness'oi-; ;PCOGGINS '2c CO, 'of'Phmdefiv fet

.:w.:. '-., -' 'Professor of Midreifery; ate of Pam..mil Ruptures Falling of the BowelsiiandVWomb, ,-ORDI:4S: &0.-Ma chirio; C l'ill .accident.- tie. : ,ita. tnyigqratTngeffcctg : : 3mahtifacture' C1 K;
and Weak" Back and Chest sent' .. NotMrijfcaif more euipgban .PLASTERS the whitest and: fine i1
; by express s Absptbe lemon. Syrup; Raisins,,;Cit : <.
bn framed .Per-
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: ? Nr-YoaKAngiist1s4a .everywhere For,Braces ,or"Supporters/1' 'ron,tyurranissrreserved.' .linger j,Frcsli8al.moniuid'LQbsterin sons.all weakness; and lassitude froin tu&initat ,t at.e be.produced, attbeiowzatOf1a373'uin.l' '

1 lUTR/lt WEissELno-Siri. ,The'.,moral ofi Rupture Supportersfgive heighTfrom head to cases Sardines;:,01ivei Ca : robust arid full of, -under : jper/iDarreL i ;freshly':put*' '*' .
1 l I' feet of such< information,'as your wori 'contains, foot,and circumference of person next the sur. p rsCurrant Jelly; -Blackberry>'Jam; Jujube once become; energy '. PFmg condititioiL. "IJla..-
, fa oijust above.the.hips. ;UBupt9rej mention Paste Refined "' its influencjS :lit immediately/'ciouriieracta ,the, 'STEREOTYPE\PIJST1Ji $ fa.D"
ii I believe to (decidedly salutary. Liquorice, &cv For sale by'tf oft frame 'which.is \ 1.I.; .:; ; .
; ca.nnofbe' which i4e. Agent.iWanted.for the sale : Dttroy* pefvelessness: jfeniale the. at 89.l th
. 1 of man to control the animal instincts ;.; of the AiM.REEDf ; L8TE p > .h
caWsV.of ba ril S8. ":
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: questioned. I think the work will be the means aogo ,; \ ,707 t C t.t:propret\- ".
I of doing much gooeL ..ReT. B. F.CRQ WLEY. Dro.adwa1NeV postpaid.. .UN8.--A... few'am'le'nnd' MM'barrel "_jtt! jwill not 'be' pccted.ofjis Ctil'.casesqf sodeHcateanaturetoe ,p or.(toleans. .. N.! Ot4 *.i
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';April 184 .' :.iG t e'ri ri.ntol'Jbr sale :- oftui iprformcd ,
.11' byv "PCOGG1'Ec
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c r : .N i9tQ.ktit; r --- .,< .. -- .>- . 1'9 fI. .;. ,,"r'J _, / ..A.o: u.,BEED.,' 0 have assure thai. ; : _a' : :. : ) Phf ,
l Ihi. ''WxsszLuorY-Szr:' .The principles ofChemitiy i j.l.}:I: '"jZe utOr'I .t1cc&:< hundreds* Ceases been" reported, .tb'ua.>. /. 1 OLal .8 3 .-' :" .,,
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the .hIrzts "for dbjto kONDONPOntER t ,'. ,' ;!% *
# b applied to' regulatingtheiprocreative' A LL PERSONS jl :the"Estate cf tics d' weakness : ;': :, ; : ;< 1 *
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r functions, 'a ::.stated;:m;your, 1'/V ;J hnHJWhiddon late of Hillsborough 'R 1 .4:: ... ,J.''". '4'+,.,.j 1 ;. ,aitt ..1:. I '- ,/onhIthzalIy! :.b" :pain and with oiediffi ,'andetfreruig V .j : WM fS wQN 'i i tJ :

t :'I'j worictaChild-Birth: ; wouldsatisfy that any'.eU.! County'fmmJlatorJit; Flau. d cceasod will como forward-aad. '-.... } ', .: f. ,.; :' -. f alties; ahdbaing knon.ts "h r'YQU : p** ..1'1
t : InfoerthithatthsbbJect of public make .A t ACORAKDCOXMIS0N.JdC
yEtt 6HOES For sale inMr bil refFected and.also
r as great'cii
; .; tion could.tw .at edth
; ease, certainty'and iaf ti." ..' tate;will render them in within twothnticated'u years,'au .Dec.'D)" ii. 'rt. :111'tt'1 .l 4rIbed1 obtained' "bOttT: ,----i.t 'd'.J. ,' s":. : 'I.,_: I
.;t ::1 :6-- .'3':'to'SULIJV AN' the law directs, or:this notice? .-4'i&". ':;,.,.. ). }. .- II,' ..-'' 'rt ; IJoYr f''. .'' afOllo4 ;.: .' ( < i, "
v thbictI ; '
'}'J J Piojspr OfChiVStr?2WWVTVCYsZt3FL.L 7 will Av b'plead;in'bar of BENDERSWtttJd1r'irauip'i. PRAGJm'S" JIl TORY.OF.' : TIlE' PLO1IA. gike i trio t\AI"IWt-aD", ,iih 'rt 'odlh'jiqT di D8:"'Von.I. 'ni.i 'sD1me R.'J ; -t : ",, -1..:d.
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