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: January 13, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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will be road*. BY AUTHORITYi; J i sitting alone be:may':also" decide all cases"Iii same among; themselves,upon pecuniary or other exported by'one party in its own vessels to iay i

All tdrertisemenu must be paid for before in- . --. I' ( which, the .fineimposedfioea:: notexceed,1 fire I considerations. .,. .foreign.country,may:in;'like: mannerbe exported :
By referringnrterms bundred dollars or the term of imprisonment .t, And be or:re-exTorted in the vessels'of the 6Ui-'
Java,unless by a regular customer. Act and ReRolntions. :pntard at the.FirtScswion Seclsq. ,dfurther enacted,! That'it. shall. ,
does'not exceed,ninety days but' In all such be the duty also of the er. -Andtksathedutlebontjejd-d. '
,the reqaistte sum may ascertained .rthe Thirtieth C.ngren.No. ; commissioner and the i4
;. advertisement.jT cases,if the fine exceeds one hundred dollars, consuls'to enccurage'the'settlement of contro.versi backs shall.be collected and allowed, whether T

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A<3,erus ments not marked AN ACT'to' carry into*'effect certain I provisionsin defendant may, by complying with the requirements ment, or to submit them> to the decision agree of re vessels ofthe one partvI"the o her.: & j

ef'i tettirns required will be continued until forbid the treaties between the United States and in.cases of,appeal, carry the case before ferees,agreed upon*.Lby the parties,, a majority Nor shall higher .or other 'Charges "\

charged for.flTFit China and th. Ottoman Porte, giving certain the commissioner by appeal : 'of whom shall Ji power to decide the matter. kind be imposed in the ports of'one party, oa f'' i

and e doll will be charged for-*U.. nn -nce- 'judicial"powers to ministers and consuls See. 10. And be further enacted That -whenever And it shall be the'duty of the,commissioner) to vessels of the other than are of shall be pays

oreandidatel ro.- office. the United States in those countries. ,in any case the consul shall be of opinion prepare'a'form of submission for such cases, to ble. in the same ports. by national vessels. i .

.-ntl that by reason of the legal questions which ,be;signed by the and aTicthiT. ji I''
fOT StX Months, I I 31000 JBe if enacted by the Senate c.ndH0.Repesintatixcs'of .acknowledged be- ,The
Oat square : may arise therein, assistance will-be useful to fore.the consul :and when have preceding article not applicable to thd 15 ,
and CreditoT'a : t io 00 the United States of America in ; parties so agreed -
fltioeWDebtnr him, or whenever he shall be opinion that a tbxf eferj'the coasting trade:and .navigation of the high con t.
refeieesmay after
assembled., That into full effect .suitablenotice .
Administration; 5 CongrtAt carry '
for letters of 00TAutiIe tracting parties :which tI
: severer than those above are
catd punishment specifiedwill the time and repeetfu111'-resen.
place of i
.At'I' notices will be inserted .grataIadmtsuble !. the provisions'of the treaty of July J third, be required,-he shall,. in either ease summon tnalproceed exparte in case meeting either for the ed by each exclusively to its own subject*and i 1;
; '. eighteen hundred and "forty ur, with the I IChint party,re- citizens. \ .
'. "* one or more citizens of the United States fusesor :
f> negl.ects to'appear .and ,after I
r fi ".commiiSlon ,.and.consals ; hearing
not: ,four in 'nnmber but i cnpitdcases A1t.nc. nL' .:. C
personal eornmunictdons will exceeding / case deliver their f
El may award
.AlJ of the ',appointedt to reside a.to..the .
T United,States duly No '
: not less than four who shall be ul'who-. priority or prefere& -ahatt be given by :i I.t
enite persons conrt8hill the
? in China in addition. to the other and open ej.a.d
\rgrt either of the !
hills for J* Printing.must be PaW oa *beo duties imposed them by the provisions of of good repute'and competent to the duty, to. if he accepts it he shall ,endorse,the foct, and contracting parties nor b1iU7.
AH upon sit with him in the trial, and who; after so sitting judgment shall.be rendered thereonand company corporation, or agent acting on their Iq ,
!the work. said treaty, be vested with the judicial author execu- behalf or under their authority in the: .
dliflo'1 upon the trial, shan :each enter.upon the 1 tion issue in compliance with the terms pur
r.omrauicatl ns must be addressed in ity herein described, which shall appertain to his i thereof: chase of any article'of commerce lawfuU1imported Ii;
aT AU record judgement and opinion.and sign the ProvidedoztherrThat 1
I the'pa ti ,
the said office of commissioner and consul and I may
pt tL on account of or in reference to the l
GlLLETT. postage '
VGV8tV C. I same. The. consul shall, however, decide the settle the same before return national ;

A _____________________ - I be a part of the duties belonging thereto. I case; but in his decision is opposed by the made to the consul. thereif. is character of the vessel,'whether it be of if

;'Wet'klr:; FJ.8. M. IJt.P.ckd Line SEC.to 2.crimes And and'be further misdemeanor enacted, the, That said in public regard opinion of one or more of his ass'ociates the Sec. 21' And be it further enacted,, That the the one party or of the other, in which sultarticlewasimportecL i l :

case, without further proceedings, togetherwith commissioner and the. consuls shall be filly 2 ".:' fl' J.}
functionaries are hereby fully empoweredto ,' .
the evidence and opinionsshall be refer- authorized nnct.Z -
BETWIEM .Q call.upon.the..Chmeseauthorilies i I
S. arraign all citizens, and try of, in the the United manner States charged provided red to the commissioner his final adjudication to sustain and support them in the.executjon The ancient and barbarous right to ,re1 'i

either' by entering'up therein of the of the sea shall remain entirely abolished witi&3
powers confided to them by said ,
& PALATKA FLA. with offences law which shall be,'committed trey y,
SAVANNAH in the against dominions,of China including .remitting, the same to the consul with, instructions -, and.on their part to do and perform whatever respect to the property belonging the snb* i
WAY OF how to proceed but in all is jects or citizens of the high
BY THE Maccao and co.nviction.to ntence such therewith; necessary to carry the provisions sid contracting par., I ;
BRUNSWICK. MARTS GEO. ,upon such cases capital offences if the 'counsel into full ties. : ,
LttlfiS, ; offenders in the .herein authorized and except ; treaty effect so far as they are to be \ i J"
BLACK CREEK ANDflCOLATA manner ; and his associates concur in the decision executed in When vessel ot.ith 'party hall tiT 1
JACKSONVILLE the said functionaries and each of them are opinion, 1 China. ._ .A, any l4 :11
FLORIDA. authorized to issue all such as shall be final. : Sec.::22..:And' be to further.pzactedThat'tJeprovisions : wrecked,. stranded, or otherwise damaged en; i $

I connection with the Charleston Daily hereby buitable.and U) processes this authority -. Sec. 11. And be farther, enacted, That the ; of this act,'so for as the same. relates the Coasts.or within the, :'dominions of the other, } '}

JM1 Steam-packets at Savannah, the steamer are into execution.necessary carry consuls aforesaid, and each of them, at.the port to crimes committed,by .citizens'of the Unitjd their respective citizens or subjects shall 'receive 4

SltUH SPALDING, from Palatka to Lake Sec. 3. And be further enacted, That, in regard for which he is appointed, shall have jurisdiction States shall extend Turkey, under the treav as well for themselves, as for their vessels 4(.'.i -r.

Monroe, t1ie U. S. Mail Stages from Picolata;to to citil rights whether property. or the as is herein provided and in all civil cases with. the Sublime ,P rte'pr May,seventh, eigt .- and effects, the same assistance which I?.J..1 t.

SL Augmstine, and from Black Creek,via. New- the said functionaries, are hereby vested arising under said treaty, wherein the dam- -een hundred and thirty: and shall be ex.e.cutfl would be due to the inhabitants of the country i f 1

Bttsrili, Alligator, Mineral Springs and Col- pcrsoh with all, the judicial authority necessary to ex-. age d demanded s not exceed the sum of five in the dominions(the"Sublime Porte in co- where the accident h ppe !. ',' ; i 1 f
hundred dollars and if he fit to 'decide' with the They.shall be liable to the
Tallahassee.OCAMCLGEE. ; sees formity' provisions of said pay samecbarges 1
imWs to treaty ly
ecute the provisions of said treaty, and shall entertain I ii
the same wirhoutaid, his decision -thereon'shall the minister otthe United States and .the and dues of salvage as the said inltbjtjwOuldbelinbletOpayinalikecase. .
Capt.A.CEASc.ST. jurisdiction in manners of contract at coosals 1 :
P.McN be final; but if in judgment.any case involves appointed by the United States to resfle ,.
.TV. which the f
MATTHEWS the nearest to con- t "
port where or which, legal perplexities, and assistance. will be therein, (who are hereby exofficlovested wlh If the operations.or,repair shall require thai. t: 1
These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAYintUiATTRDAY tract Was made or at the port at or near- useful, or if the damage demanded exceeds five the powers herein contained for the the whole or any part of the >cargo be Unload, t

f MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- est to which it was to be executed Land in'uU hundred'dollars,'in either such C3se1t'-lhall be above expressed, so far as, regards the,porpoies pnnilhment they shall pay no duties of'custom,'charges,cr .fit.4 J

t rife
t through to Su Augustine before night eve- which, the cause controversy arose, or at the .I three citizens ofthe United States of good.repute Sec. 23..And be it.further e h&t fee carry away, except 8 uchasarepayableinth, f
which the tedr 1' :
rj Thursday and Monday. port where: or nearest to damage I and competent to the duty, who shall with word commissioner"f ,when used in this)'itct shlll like case by national vessels.It ': '. .t ,1 -

lleturninj;, leave Paktka ever TpKSDAY and complnined of was sustained-any such port him hear any such case; and if the consul and be understood mean!-the.persons T istel wiih- is nevertheless derstoed that fwkfls$- t
the five
FRH AV MocNtGat7 o'clock tdnchiug as above above named being always one mentioned his associates concur in opinion thejudg ment and exercising,the principal diplomatic the vessel under repair, the'rgo'shili bi A'
in which funptions
weh "tITht'Y \. the treaty ; jurisdiction'shan shall be final f but-if the*.Associates.*or'any of in China; and the word minister,as meaa- unladen and kept in a place of'deposite destiak1 !
between citizens of
are both lax presscre boats, in complete embrace all controversies them differ from the consul the opinions of all ing the person vested with the powers of chijf edo receive goods, the duties on which'hav 6 (1 i

crier, and handsomely furnished in every respect the United States or others provided for. by shall be noted on the record. and each.shall diplomatic functionary! ofthe United States h not been paid, t cargo shall' be li bletO thecharges L; j'

; are commanded by gentlemen of well s.tid treaty. subscribe his name,to his assent ,to, oredissent. Turkey 'The'word consul shall be understood and fees lawfully due to'the. keejpersjof* .

known experience on the route, an.1 their patrons Sec. 4. And be further enacted, .That shall such from the consul with such reasons therefor to mean any perSon'Tested by the United states | such warehouses. "T''l T"ARXICLET. :, .
are assured that every attention will be : jurisdiction in criminal and matters he thinks proper to assign and 'either' pArtY' with, and exercising, the consular authority many .; ;. -/ )
in all be exercised and enforced in con- -4 f
paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, aiseiN with, the laws of the United States may thereupon appeal,-under-such regulations of the five ports in China named in tie .The privileges secured by jthe present trcatji j 44'tl

tad to the ctreful kindling of freight. loi-mity is as may exist, to the commissioner; but if no appeal treaty, or in any port in Turkey to the respective vessels_of the high contracting.t '
which far to execute
are hereby so as -
\a\Cs: said extended over necessary all citizens of is lawfully claimed, the decision of the Sec24. And. be. it further enacted, That, all parties, shall only extend to such aa i.are built* ,i' ;'
Brooks & Tupper, SavnnakLA. treaty, consul shall be final and conclusive. such officers shall be'responsible for their within their.respective territories, lawfully
con- ,
the United States in China and ail othersto j
Oto.LonDt a Darien. the extent thut the terms,{of the over treaty justify -I Sec..12. And be further enactvl, That in all duct to the United States and to the'laws thereof condemned as prizes of warmer adjudged:,tabe. 4 t

G. Frie4lAn r, Brunswick. such laws suitable 1 cases criminal and civil the evidence shall.betaken ; not only ,as diplomatic functionaries. and forfeited for a breach.of the.municipal:laws ot., f R
or require,) so as are .
Jti Ue ;ent St. Mary in all : down in.writing .in open court, under commercial functionaries) but as' judicial officers either of the high contracting.parties.. andbe: i
said into but ; jT
to cffect cases '
Fen aniei t i bee Jacksonville.A. carry treaty the such regulations as may be made'for. that purpose -, when they :perform' judicial 1 duties and longing wholly to their subjects_ or,citizens*. B.f J J
such laws not
where adapted to object
A. Black Creek. are I ; and all objections to the competency orehamcteroftestimony shall beheld liable for all negligence and misconduct is further stipulated that vessels of.the Grand 1.
'Picolata. or are deficient in the provisions necessary to. i ; >
Ga.Cooley, commonlawsbal1be shall be noted down, as public officers.. Duchy _of, ,Mecklenburg-Schwerin: may !Xec4i j t
remedi the (
feP.HtwkinsPalatka.. furnish suitable such citizens with the ruling in all such, cues. and the.evidence ,EOBT. C. WINTHROP, their crews, from any-of"the States .the'Ger. ;

tLifitte&Co.- Cbde ton.I. extended like manner over .shall be7part of the case Speaker. of the Hous of Representative manic Confederation provided that the master, 1 c: i'

:.-o>it< consigned to tVe Ageate for- and other in China; and defects, still remainto Sec. 13. And be it further ctea'Tha.t, the XJ. M. DALLAS. of each be a subject of the, Grand-Duchy of t ;

.v4d!fttt D(C4mUiiLl on. Freight* from Sa- be! supplied and neither the common law nor commissioner of the .United'States shall in addition -' Vice. President of the'United 'States and Mccklenburg-Schwerin.< .. j.

au.k Mnt CUarlestou, and all way freight the statutes ot1 the United States the furnish commissioner appropriate to his power to make. regulations and President of. ,the. Senate. A nA&TICLX.V1. ,tl

Ftyl by t UI'pers.i and suitable remedies, which shall decrees, as is herein provided fully authorized -' Approved August 11, 1848. H No higher or other F duties shall imposed oa-b '; :t.
< temher*a, 1S4S. ly shall by decrees and regulations to hear.and decide all cases, criminal and JAMES .
,K. POLK. the into
have the force ofwwJ supply such defects and civil, which may come, before him 'under he -'. > articles importation the the United' States of any t s J(:
growth produce manufacture>
ftJEIICAIs NOTICE.P deficiencies.Sec. provisions of this'act/and to'issue all:processes a By President of the United States'tfAiasrieal. r
WYCK. late Professor 5. And fo further enacted, That, in or- the conferred Grand-Duchy Mecklenbarg-Schweria- ; ;
US. WILSON and VAN ( necessary to .execute power upon
into effect the' A :PKOCLAMATION.I or of its fisheries and.;no higher or other do-'' 4 .t '
if Snrjrery in the Fruklinledi- der to organize carry system .him-, and he hereby fully..empowered ties shall be imposed on the ..importation into d,
c&l College of Phililcid ihh..hkve farmed u. co- jurisprudence demanded by said treaty' decide finally any case upon the evidence,which Whereas Grand'Duke of'Mecklenbursu- the Grand-Duchy :

partnwshi| for the practice of MEDICINE and the commissioner with.the advice of the several -. comes up with it, or to hear the parties further, Schwerin, under the authority:of the twelfth articles ofMecklenburg.Scliwirjnofany .Ji'
named in said treaty .thep'owth prodace.andjmanu.faeture 1
SUtt'JEUV. an l for the INSTRUCTION OF consuls for the five ports if thinks justice will be promoted thereby ; and article of the treaty of comznerceand navigation -, of the United States and of theifffiahe-7
them conveniently assembled 1t:
of can
or so as the "rules which
MEDICAL STUDENTS. many he may alsoprescribe. upon between'the'Uni States of America'and ties, than are or shall be payable the like 3
the forms of all < on -
Patients from a distaucn can be well accom- shall prescribe of processes said new trials may be.gralted"eithe by the consuls the; King of Hanover,.{ .ngaa.ta the tenth articles,'being the growth produce ormaanifaeture t
issued ,
modated. md on re.-ujonable terms, either at the which'shall be by any or by himself, if asked for upon justifiablegrounds. day of June, one thousand eight hundred.anforty of anyother foreign orof1 ,. J
and the.time of country & c
he consuls the mode of executing y :
of t '
Houses city
Hotels or Private Boarding ; ix.'has become a party to the said treaty f.l"fishene& .

and<3 tin receive from the Subscribers uch Mediul returning the same;and the how manner the records in which thereof trials Sec. 14. And 'be it further. enacted,. That' in all with certain modifications by virtue of&decla-, No higher,or other duties and charges:shall"'J"' S..at.? :

and Sorgical attention as their cases may shall be conducted, cases except as is herein otherwise 'provided, ration of accession to the same; whie108 be imposed in ,the'United .States .the' li l u
Christian"witnesses on :
require. shall.be kept;\ the. form: of oaths for. otlie'rwitnesses the punishment of crime provided for by. this signed and duly'exchanged"'at. Schwerin; on tation ofany.articlesto the Grand-Dnchy expor ;.; ; .1
A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS and the mode of act shall be by fine or imprisonment or, both, the 9th day of December, one thousand,eight 3Iecklenburg-Schwerin in ',
shall be allowed to Mecklenburg : 1j
till be IeCf'jvedko will be supplied with ; the costs'which at tire discretion of the functionary who decidesthe hundred and forty seven, between,A.-Dudley Schwerin'on.the exportation of. articles to', ;1tif
and the fees which shull any ;
Boots, PJai t Anrvtoaiiciil, and other Preparations the prevailing judicial"iervic party defray .necessa case, but subject to:the regulations: herein' Mann, Special Agentofthe United*States, and the United States, than such as are or shall be '. :) 41;
examined in the pro- be paid for I to contained and such as may hereafter.made L. de .
-wSi be regularly in which all officers *' Lntzqw, President.of the-Privy.Council, payable on the exportation of the like articles ki .
jmsof dleir stuiies, according to the mode' ry expenses ; the manner and this It shall however, the duty !f each and eve and First Minister of his Royal jflghnesshe to any other foreig':1 country,-. . f t 4
I pUluel is the l.tte Northern cities-will be and agents to execute process, carry functionary :to allot,punishment accordingto Grand 'Duke Mecklenbufg-Schwerm the No prohibition shall be. imposed oa'thefea -
Medicines act into effect, shall be appointed and compensated the magnitude and aggravation of the offence 7
t&npt i. cettipocufi and dispense > part of their respective goverpiCnts; ;which portation exportation ,of articlea- th. -
*&4 .iH instructed in the minor every daydlltisof ; the form of bail bonds, and the >security and all who refuse or'neglect to comply' with declaration wordfor; 'word, as follows: grewth, produce Dl'm&nufa ture any ot the Grand'1 .
be of. the party: .who.ap- .. f
which shall required
tie Bleeding, Cupping Ban- the sentence passed upon them shall stand com "
.Surg DECLARATION. Duchy Mecklenbnrg-Schwerin or. of its fisheries .' L
.. &c. peals from the decision of a consul; ,und generally mitted until they do comply,.or.are.dischargedby or of the United States or their, fisheries- i' )
Jrirate Office in any American without further enumeration,to wake all order of the consul, with the consent of the Whereas a;treaty of commerce v. navigation } I
from the
PerIpM to said
no time '. between the or ports of Grand-Duchy of
and from time to United States of America .t
and his
nnd such decrees regulations commissioner. <*>
of new .
city irifi affori t greater variety ppwea the said United States wMehsball .
not '
this the exigency Majesty the King Hanover ,equally ;
of act as
remedies, present more practical facilities under may the demand provisions;, oudjill such ,regulations, decrees _, Sec 13. And .be,it further,enacted, That murder the- Hanover oh the tenth day of, was June.concluded; one .thousand at- extend to all other powers and f tatesi '- "- J 'aji
for EtudeuU.Iiwanexion and insurrection against .
and orders shall be plainly drawn up in l'bellion. .' eight hundred and forty six.by the plenipotentiaries SLzTIcLxvIL !" j 21
with this department maybe Chinese government with intent to subvert thesame
tlut:18' as possible, an wrhin!. and submitted as above ..provided_ foribeadheoftbe.consuls.or shall be capital punishable with of the contracting parties, and was The'high contracting parties"engage'mntuat. | j Ib!
to stat 'soon offences '
preper ofthem as I i ly .not to grant particular favor "n "*
subsequently dulyratified any
as both .t otier
Medical and many thepa' ;
lfrmrr for the reception of both death but no'person shall be convicted .f either -
when students can be consulted without prejudicial delay.:or.' ;said crimes unlesst.he.r his governments: ti : ... 5 nations in respect nivigatioin"; and duties of p*
of associates
*rpcJ Patient will beppene/i,
each his dig- And whereas the terms of customs, which shall not)imni ediaiely '
studying iucunveuience, who\shall signify ,.by the.twelfth article : becomeJ
tall :in
trial opiniiisnd'the
1kat practically : concur .
the jBortanity narue'bubscribed- injthe j of the the United States common to the.other pirtywk shall 4
with his same tor enjoy tie
WILSON M. D. sent'in writing: also .of the conviction agree extend
-tI. J. commissioner Approves
T. -
J. vice and considering all,the and same freely;:if the ,concession was jside "
C. C. VAN WYCK, ). D. to; and it taking: such ml but' it shall always be? lawful7 convict I advantages priegescontd .' : freely
nevertheless ; ed 'id'thestipu1ations of the or on allowing a compensation ?3'
commissioner said neat aifpessi
the may, to
theia'ne treaty.
6m one
these crimes
.!.n&\aasee, Aug. 5, 1848.'. ,'by causing ,the,decree,;Border, Jorregulslions : :one lesser putJl'pOI1.. offence;trial of for a similar either of character, if the.ofa or more of the other States ofthe German CoO.federationwhich'maywjsl -' 'ble.,if.the concession- waslwndiUonaL1: *' .;'..'VA* J W
j ? 1
be published with his signature thereto toaecedetothby ;: 5- 'A1'11CL&VUL :
to it andwhen connCtedto'p
MONROE ,HOUSE eTidence'Jultlfies so
and'the opinions of his advisers inscribed .means of an official exchange of declarations, In order/to angtaent by:.all ihe meaaa 4i 2b .ji !

Oft LAKE MONROE FLORIDA. thereon, ,to become'' bInft gaiid obligatory tin- :i as- ,for_ "Oh.o}! ." .,.byfine, ,IJ.-oz impris-. provided that such Stat .( States'shall'confer besf ir 1th8'commelcia1 relation betweem the

M. TillS new .bui 4iDg''no those i1g.i who., til annulled1 modified by Congress/land it ,pnment See;16., or.And beeveranyoneshallbe it further,. wcf f f/That| '.when- similar.favors"to the;United.States Jto. those'con i.United Stated'and Germany, ;rthe Grand'Diac y..,': 4

.iilLup for the accommodation of J. shall,;take effect from .;thr.publication. otany; convicted of either of the ferred by the Kingdom Hanover,and observe of MecUenburg-Schwexin'> subject te...'
fc fiat ) .Lake for the winter ieasn. The .the act. .. : "* A and be subject to the sariie'conditions" 'reservation article ,
*j subsequent day thereto"named jn i. I punishable with *death afor.saiditshalLbethedutj : stipulations In, ::eleventh ,to abolish.ta*; U
; "
Houelt scarcely one mile from the Enterprise Sec. 6.: And beit further dfi 'JL'ttat au Bucn crimes of the,commissioner. to': issuehis and obligations:. ,t t ,.*-' *9.r import dnty on,'raw.cotton and paddy:,or_rice?"

BOOH. It baa springs,of the same quality in regulations 'orders,and'decrees;shall, as sped for the -execution such convict .i And ,whereas the. government. (his Royal in the husk; the produce of the United Sta es.'r".,
warrant )
iUticiaity-a pest offot is at hand, and is at ilf aV betterpublication, transmitted' the tune place, and manner j' but if Highness):the!Grand:Duke x f'MectlenbergSchtrerin to 'levy no higher import duty npon hives! ;

the Ant landing of the,steamer'upon the' Lake,1 by-the commissiox.er, with'jthe opinions:f his the Appointing said coinmissionerihall, be satisfied that the has, signified its(:desire to:accede to stemsor, :.strips,of tcbacco, imported,.ia ae S i'

The Proprietor pledges himself that no effort advisers.as drawn up Ay them jeveralljrtothe demand iithe: from ,the said treaty and toi all the : lp ] andpiovisionstherein heads or casks than .one.thaler and two sehSU, '. '4
totbtrort : ends of public justice may, : '
ab11 that lull conduce for taiIidM''tIie igSiorone'huiadred :
b pared on hia port President to be laid before Congress ren- execution and ifherfiridsTmitigatbry'cirtumstances 'PouudsHambar: .
of thote'who way favor ,him, with' 8lon. ; time!to time, .postpone such which1; mal same'are or'may be."kpphcable.io,.the t.O'countries -(equal to seventy'cents United:Stat s. -.4 ci

their patronage. \TIRG1L R DUPONT. Sec7. tAnd be'Zfurihe}t entitjfalg&+t thecse'tothe Presi-, ,:aiid to become a party thereto,'and has expressed -' i "d wIght; .* lajrio g imP =:'; '.
.authorize it submit
OTiugeCoyIoriis, October 20", 1848.: the consuls afdresaid at ihe I1for.\which.s he "dent of tht ,U.may States for pardon.. :its' readiness io'confer similar' fivors I on C.lfimpor'in,tierces-or/half tierces than .,; &

ol_ :" ; tf j in }! betcompetent nnder.theflaTthoS ;V8ec.il7;.>&it farther enacted,.Thatit'ma11 ori upon the to,United ta.teS;.an:;:equivslent inlithiaeconferrdbjtheKIgdoniof mtnC..ei ht"e'IDgs for,one.bunfrp .. ".>.
fc citbiub.is i respects ( 1"ti.tiiP e. :
? nia>n ,. .POh ; > i be the of.the commissioner to establish'a. -,. : $ :
: duty ;
wouet--e t & erle .' or. ,1 ch" 0 .Mitt1 reason ?which* shall Hanover: M ""' ; half cents United SUtes.,enrrency'and vdcbtT. : e'
M.JHB SUBSCUIBEK; has leasedHhefltoaaforaerly 'own oiioOconzplant! 'made,T or inSrmktioVnledinwritln -' tariff of fees fordicil'iervi I{ And whereas ;the government of.the Grand-! to layno 1i1 h i.d1lt1 npon whaU'oa iipertwk

occupied Mr.C:HatcH on and aathentuuteitmsnchwiy :I be pai dltJ' such. parties,'and to;sucb-person: *,as Duchy of Mecklenburg-Sehwerin,in its anxiety in cscksor. ,barrelsthantwelvVandalklf.. .* fcn-. -

Ba(:ilreet { o.'h Hart's: old .Boarding ; shaUbdpr scribea)iIJ\h 9 iSr I said commissioner irir1 waecessai7lU shall direct and h"'li&f'W thenroceeds dei; to'avoid the possibility of a misconception hereafter lings per hundred" ..-p mnds.:BambnTvequal ,. .. .iit.}"

JI.)-and'liDO"/prepared: to'accommodate Sn as al1t.Jor the urelJt of I s lIi exeentionjofthis of the nature and extent' of the favors differing ( :to :eighteen andvthj. : i 9.

*aj ike may iee fit to patronwq him,g nd;_::&5Isthem iaf-aU' \0 lissue.his of'tnellni, t' hargei'wrt| fray jthe.expenses f ineidenl tojth both of essentially'thoae of Handvov;Tf ich United S tales ourremcy and' P 'A- j -
spared.to.enwe ltates act} and regular accounts, reip s it' nts to United: lJt'J
that no pains.wjUlw Smmftting in ''ChiW.an.offence: > .agamst law : laid before cons bestowuponthe States as : The.Ond.DOcb7of1jbfurther ] 1I'i .
$ their comfort. A co uJIouiit&t4e u.atAe4 arraignand ttrJ*"* and,expenditures,shall bekeptand well as for its:' own faithful ;sobs rvance-of jail Agrees to,levi no,higher.,tnsci m .dato.;..I'
< and Teryatten- andVhen arreitedrto c9ngr ,t mijaiol 3U1.: r A. the 'p 01'ili 1'..oftlie'S: wishes i the, : :
to the e bThsbtt ; t c1Jiiui I treatyj .pn'Ae ,iafwemeAtioned. l a in thez'. .
Thati ..in. ..
&* will be paid to the.horwi of th le'lr.d o aidc'i n4 n
treu im' 's d ,
in themanne? derati6hofth"er riti& erein > :jq'on ...ilnVi
:1era: who think tij op.tithJ1icUe .to punishment A : 6n on th0se-Which inndr .
may. j ; 1tIiit7meJU1 in ft mannerproVrtfoned"totthle6iSfeacefir : p h x- rtipon two'Btidllings. p' inianda.ir 1
be III
_. .'WfJUCJttON. always citting: out the commissioner,there shall pu&to Jdinyput 'aiiplicitlyetted word ,for. word' "h'1..ycenU .. 'f -
; <. hicli'punishmeiith ; UniU. ,.
'lJC I 1" FDec.A'1b4SY'{':t! as i bi1tCtherW1vMedjioeiLha of the'treasury of aheUnited rrftiTirkirn1Afli Sffttei:anr in thEnlish.andGeriangiigcs ascc ;currency and'jireigbtj'.and:iolejy;rBQ i.- z'. I

*ll'in1ill'eaBej xeepi ; ti auallyUiesumWonethoMana' ained. !!2 qg ?UC15S;. JL.i j tJ '' -duty.on: thbTeientIone4.. .articles_ ,,\_} : -
pI '
imprisonment Uilsobe'.I"tt.l '
Beard laffLt8 '' .AU1RhIe ( 't 'p fine or to hisalary, "nd.t there -, .L 4q ABTICLK -. .conveyed through.the;porta of the' .A
.Jt"'J"f edTbtYi S ; oouaify. !
takes W method'of 'B&-4& k&jfaConsaLwbeu uafiy7to each forjajite reason !The 1i\ic: ti i P el'3cmafflnfiicture; : d 't1zi" ;
MR.Q: N.TAPy < 1'r"r.oALeqq 'Collars'SbiluUiM-tf' I lI 1i9 ,, "
keshu k- Sumkwe-ihoiiswa !
flouncing :Xo 'the/ittblic,|3wt' he, JW 81th fcidiil1" si s."beTe: the JiD ,., . .J' t 'JWI1tCT1'kiUd. :of 'rod.. -'. | orraerchandise : : In,o talD ed .8 Wli prohibit the. et.1

&fPIUV4TE .O DING HOUSS'lnt 'Wt e1 'doUireIo 't ionsujarfees. .,. -. --I ,x>f."t' can .be e t. 'irluohia e inntsioji

tt7.I'. t.,.q aJlwe: "'.0'r 11'InimM91.. : a1,l U snbt 4cie&i 1.t$ 1a.44r.dbe *. 1 iz4ac(4hatipiUiiUtlcsewhic'h ,! from time to meiawfdi' imported'iixtothf ,1..1W1, c on., !:: -

tlo. c'rinkth id tr Y u f." tamn"(&ail: 1Ofcl. ': tt1erD1! f jU'l 1WiII.b.'aphntltj' 1 are not ofabeinoucbar;.: ',Ujnjted.Staiea in(hf ir own.veseels. .', may'.also beimported lrM'6rrtUi. Ofl'transit one"sehilliag*er 3 3SSS ; .h'

4 ".111 p efforts to gire aatUUctioa. : f"f. d."ADd",''>' < ,. "';I .\' I'y t t '"Q.OJ" abter,'i 1$bfllLbe.'lawtul5orthe prtiea1ggtIev.or in"the vessels of the ran d-D luC h 1 oT .

alL .Ips bOUle W1uudiUuL s4iWZe4. roni'' t'fo' \I: .Ul<. .8UCh,\ : .t e concerned therein"wiU 'i \ t f,. eck1enu1g i chirerinandnb higher o'rDth'efduties 1 wtI"t

fa, .S l u tlo of theit,;.i' i'H d q: I i lb l ii tllMnilt 'id JJ.t1; : 'commissioner consul, to adjust and settle the .,upon the tonagior cargo'of the,f eael 'eiglit' '

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t.._J.: .as'',The high contracting parties grant to each It minister ;his Royal Highness' ,Vn the part Mann pMecklenburgSchwtrin ': .,'; 0'etJ' $!fe l' t'tt Iii)the:$enatepmtheQtb i ,nit" ,'on :mo' n ,"!l"article 3'w : "h._*,*&.***7 betVL'true,.' ?fr n1csifa .e
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Dudley/ t 'this
the 'and ; : ; ; Zmfa'fff'W'&n&-Z '
;t,tl'.1 *.',of other the the other liberty.of,consuls,.having-e.yja,vice.consuls,;._commercial ports special agent on the part the United States" Alhough ,it''t's i is i indispensable. tolfejri > : ''''it: .tion-oMrMVestco1t*( | thebill- was latent .'qest'toa. 1 t1'1"I'Or cOmpfOmise 81av ., or ,i riei ; icy. ;
.Vice commercial agents of their invested with full ipwers to this"effect"fonmin F- : VULP'maintenance Baldwin for ry im el
thfe Fed
: : .egeDtJ.and 'r'8guality in : !up .trernrierateJhn'P ; t
11:1 who .shall the same and due fonnpiaye this daylsigned in ers .frprn .the NOrtlbaie "
appointment, enjoy good SSiji..t iI 'v a** .. ,
t''i.! pritileges i wn and powers us those.of, the roost &- triplicate and nave exchanged this declaration eraralliarice that S-ttbernVhig and Tthe" rigging, stores ice., 0 f' .Spsnisfc ..,tc9 d ,1p.J-q 1.t i :p. .41", 't-f'li"P.I. oadvoceofthe )ifcll J'l .

' ;t1 :Yor d nations; but if .any'of the said consuls The effect of this agreement is hereby declared betweenthe .SouthernJemocrats.should .closely.u-. .vessel,...stranded.during the Florida war,: > lg oJ : : .me
be establish the treaty
trade they shall be subjected to to to .act
'r j '; shall carry on declaration fully and slavery on the coast of Florida ,and destroyed s, .n "no\T J ,pbfas .
1: the same laws and usages to which private individuals high parties to this ,as nite in any atieinpUoDelude >_ :shul.pow

\.a.%J-t:: 0 .inep1ace.oftheir nation are subjected in the "perfectly provisions, to all therei intents..contained and purposes, in the, as man-if all from- the Iew_territories' '*- ,? ,yetthereis r* by, ,order ',of the naval. l officer-, _at Key- ,er Buthow slavery; ,have talked>.we been of !n.ba trv (b r.l:t... "Itf .:

'# .'r..!). : The consuls vice consuls, commercial, and mer as they' are aboieipU itly stated, hat no longer anydoubtbut such union' -Westto. pxeyent her fromfalingiot'the :, devotion toahe "rights bttiu .:
1-3 *
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concludedand < *
1.: :.1t't such-vice commercial to sit judges agents, shall arbitrators have the right in such, as been ratified agreed to between in a,separate them treaty in, the, .ordinary. + ?:;:?-impossible.The_. ,\,nrfJ' .: _. unfortunatet-'JT- '.-., hands,-s---411..rtbe. _Indians.. : .--. -A..A..-debate_,_' ,We ,have. been'hunted.40wD1d ..ttt
p..p : r '"" incurred the election of TAYLOR ensued. on' ...ihe'prin.cjp involved in beasts by
i. differences as may ,arise! between the mastersand 'form. sity. by ; .. :vabolitionism hi i.
;' t:'; vessel to the_nation: In witness whereof, the above named plenipotentianics -. -t ;which" J i.- i 'in'the' 'Northiern
,,;.L' : crews of the belonging of maintaining: :,and;their ':power at such cases, in .Messrs. Under- :"1n4' .t'diu,
committed to their charge have hereto affixed their names havt ,
interests are \ 'whigs aided
t.'Ip '
t.: ,#.._-;i; without the interference of the local authorities and seals.Done aU:hazards,\ has-:overcome that former \v "d1"'.. J''S st" ."...1aoib'- .. .. rsph cjp. .dt. cl', .abolitionists :in northern ttAt .'.partgait

f1: i:. unless the conduct of the crews or of her.t at Schwerin,' this 9th (ninth) day of fidelityto! the South 'and the. ;Union; On motion of Mr.; Badger. the bill wasflnaIIypostoff U,. hunting, doj8tr03171g III ,
order l a. _
should disturb the or tranquilityof December,1S47. jr' ;: .
: < the country ; or the said consuls, vice consuls A. DUDLEY MANN. ft.s.1 which formerly characterized. Southern ; ; 'eP, sent.. vIn When: we voted, for the t"eJ tJ "lhatit1
1'. ;:r:; commercial n gents,or vice commercial a- L. OF LUTZOW, of, to s. statesmen... It is no' longer .the' South the' House.'of Representatives" on 'rule, myself among 'the 1 7:
the said declaration accession. .r
their assistance to And whereas
'i...' gents their decisions should require to be carried into effect or cause1..r sup- has been duly ratified on both parts: that must be sustained,.but Den. ZACH- 'the29th! ult:, ..t the .olll for: 'the.reHief, of names'' ,w were, published, A \ "arjflY
ern1 "
Nsw.therefore, be it known, that I, JAMES K. the whig and ohtloDlst riew
r; t:; ported.It !, ARY TAYLOR. The whole .is' given.up legal epreserittives of Antonio (
is however.understood that this species of POLK, President of the United States of America -. Withal the. en blazonryoand (b.Jettm
':: 'ri.f. judgment, arbitration shall not deprive the have caused the said declaration be made for a, part, while office dangles alluringly Pachecq',being}first in,order.was. .debated black lines :tomake ''bl

. ::'" contending parties of the right they have to re- public, to the end that the same observed, and every and in the eyes'o those. to whom i independence by 1'I Wilson, of New,Hampshire, the enemLesof humanfreedoDt.tU'f: iU Tb- '
r't. be ,
their return, to the judicial authority clause and article thereof,may t91ft1. co.
14 U; Of sort their own country fulfilled with good faith .by the United .States. should be far dearer. Mr.'A.-\ G. Brown,'of Mississippi i j" ,Mr. em whigwembers ofCongrts, ? tlf0tt4.. the

1 c. :. The said consuls, vice consuls, commercial and the citizens thereof.In Of with the Cabell:ofFlorl la,.and, lr. Burt, of'S.; ern whig newspapers',*actingfin, !I flct 'i
recent course
/ and vice commercial agents are authors witness whereof, I have hereunto set,my a piece with and rw
t pplaudng-'Oflr'ft&ig
: ngents
s t1 ;il bed to require the assistance of the local authorities hand and caused the seal of. the United States of the Southern Whig party, is the'refusal Carolina. ? .,.in, which the principal. points, lition enemies for anaWo. -eJI.'.."t

for the search, arrest and imprison to be affixed.Done (discussed the of attempting. 1A"10 r.cbin
ti'J # 1 of TAYLOR'S friends to acknowledge were right property in break down end '
this destroy .
ment of the deserters from theships-of-war and at the city Washington, second A ._ us At-ejj
; .I..i:ij '. merchant vessels of their country. For this day of August, in the year of our Lord: that he will veto any Wilmot Proviso -" men';.'and.whether' his"government 'had triumph ,of northern whigs and' ;a1r: '1V:

: :: purpose they shall apply to the competent tribunals one thousand eight hundred and foi ty- ever paid( for men lost in the pnblic tiphists over ,us, southern'..wMg'ntj.
; b
j.. f to the t 'rlio r
,judges, and officers, and shall, in writing [!.. s.l] eight, and of the Independence of the new 'Y.- cians and ..
'jJ j the United States America the seventy- ,. --editOrs_.have, ,_,_._xuhedJf' \Vh7 rteawb
H., demand said deserters, proving by The policy of the! Souihern Whigs is : .uw. ---- r .
: ::; exhibition of the registers of the vessels, the : third. .JAMES K. POLK.B vice.The bill' 'directs' the of the 1e..t 9fi'Qe..'i O.fo e ;for, 'he j. :
; / further disclosed series..of,resolutions : ; Secretary defeated
by a
muster-rolls the crews, or by any other official the President: 6-._w s. andjsouthernlwhigsthave broken un
'.I'. ..j that.such individuals formed UAMKS BUChANAN Secretary of State. introduced .Treasury to'pay to'theJ gal } ,; .
\ documents, recently. into the Legislature ..' representatives lejoiceda ;Wtita use.
,, s' *; part of the crews; and on this claim being thus I of Pacheco, late a resident of the;Dernocratic1: party in Nefl' 4' "
of Virginia Mr. SCOTT
substantiated the surrender shall not be refused. .r
' b;: ENE S '
II shire .was.rd feit d.
::- IIJt"' p (Whig,) in i opposition others intro- Florida the sum of one thousand dollars by a i o 1itioi' Doteat.
Such deserters, when arrested, shall be placed whigs nnd abolitionists, and Mr."rlilt
It'i: ACKSONVILLE, JANUARY 13, 1849. duced Mr. FLOYD Democrat. The .I .out of #ny money in the treasurynot
.. :- at the disposal of the said consuls, vice consuls -. -- ,--- -,-- by an abolhidnist_ was.elected to/the 5eSaie .ule':
;r.:: ":' commercial agents, or vice commercial a- latter are in the full spirit of those pas otherwise i 'appropriated : this ?um. it'was the subject of.j gener1.
and be confined to the public prisons -
( : : ., gents, at the may request and cost of those who shall sed by the Legislature of 1847. The :being the value of a slave transported gratulation. in, the,whig 'yspnpertof .

'}: !;...,,;'I'.t claim them, in order to be sent to the vessels to ,, tenor of theVhig resolutions can' be I with the Seminole Indians to the West,, the..south. Even, Joshua'R., lid g., : .
i: ',? which they belong, or to others of the same has been a member of ,the shc
:, sent back within three I plainly understood from the following : i by order of Gen. Jessup. ) ;
i country. But if not I II _____ .1 .with,whom southern whigs were in fa
' ;:a months from the dny of their arrest, they shall After, considerable debate the bill .8p'r.
..U 5. Resolved That the of lowship. And .
,: be set at liberty, and shall not be again arrested The Floridian.'! question we havej eitthe
:! in California and New,Mexico was ordered to be engrossed for'a:third ians" of tHe
'1j ,'t ,for the same cause. However, if the deser- ? notice in the "Floridian" we slavery whig'poflti ::spatHW} left
?,41: ;; tir shall be found to have committed any crime rom a merely transient in its nature,' .and reading, withouta division.i forth and. support a candidate; for ;"t&j .do\
of offence his surrender be delayed until peiceive that Messrs. SIBLEY and DYKE '
\; ;.: may no matter how decided bY' Congress, Presidency who allowed hisnoiiHera ver.cwil
his shall be .
"' tribunal before case State
,.4:4/j.',- ,.t pending the shall have pronounced its sentence, have dissolved their connection with can never produce any practical' effect j Officers. whig supporters to, advocate .hit,election 1 'n:

:.. ;:...; nnd such sentence shall have been carried into thai. f paper, and it is,now under the that those territories were free when We, J last week gave the names of the on the ground that he.Was' oppo*

,.,,;..b':",....... effect. management, of Messrs. A. E. MAX- acquired, and so, according to every gentlemen who have been elected solicitors sed to'the further.extension. sfarery; No

I.:::.!:.r i. :' ". 1 The subjects and ARTICLE citizens x. of the high contracting waiL and R. B. Hh.TON.Ve also1en reasonable probability, must remain;- of the several judicial circuits.- and would, therefore, approve' the'.Wi--.! ; .1 t
. > mot Proviso.and have
: I Congress cannot legislate slavery into we seen_ .thesesame i
;tr; parties shall be permitted to sojourn The' following have 'been chosen for
that the establishment of the ,
:v71'; : ; and reside in all parts whataucrer of the saidterritories practical existence within their. limits, whig politicians.of.the soutb.'eii! :13)'

d' -;;& t t in order attend to their affairs., "Southern Journal has passed into and.it is .a' matter indifference, so far, the State officers : tors and orators, support for tbeAice. .:001.of

:::4.4b.:'. and also to hire and occupy houses und warehouses thi! sameUiands: and that hereafter they as its existence here is concerned, D. P. HOGUE .Attorney General.C. presidency, on.'the' same iicket; with I

:" .. for the purpose of their commerce, pro- whether Congress engraft into their W. DOWNING of State. their candidate:'for the presidency i or
:if T'4 r.. Tided they submit to the law, as well general wnl publish the two journals united under ,
fv: ". : a special, relative to the right of residing andtrading. the of the "Floridian and forms government, what is known as SIMON TOWLE, Comptroller. northern whig:d'bol'ionTsz.-a.. .man .w ,beha.doic
' &....li name the Wilrnot Proviso, theMissouri Compromise has declared ibil; ,he .is'.in favor.of"aujj ,. 1
'.C";!--". Whilst they conform to the laws and regula- Joarnal. ,or the Senate's resolution. \. R. HAY WARD, Treasurer.R. would vOle for, the, abolition of slareiyi, .

.f Hi >.' lions'in force they shall be at liberty to manage S. HAYWARD Clerk in this District. .
; With all three of the gentlemen who. '* Supreme -M* tR
themselves their own business in all the territories
.'>***'k* ''' subject to1 jurisdiction of each party, retirewe have ever been on terms of the 7. Resolved, That we prize the. unionof Court. We, the' northern democrats, htfiL t

.i :?' .-* as Well in respect to the consignment sale greatest friendshipsocially as well as these States too highly, to fly to arms The Floridian in comrnentirig'bir. the witnessed this inconsistency',ind;.S-! -t t t
:\'t'.; of their goods, by.wholesale or retail, as with politically and dissolve it difference of .' gratitude on the oart of a majorityoft, theef
,1. 1' : : respect to the loading, unloading, and sending' and we cannot but regret that upon a a- election, says : the people of the South with'painand'
: : off their' ships, or to employ such agents and pinion 00'an 'abstract question con- : *
: we must witness such able warriors bury The unanimous vote given by- ,the sorrow It, has sunk -deep!- intd'pnr 6
I'ffi '>K brokers *s they may deem proper, they being stitutional law. '
':/;%v,7.i..:* :'. in all these cases to be treated as the citizens. the tomahawk and enter no more into ,* # :* Democratsto Messrs., Towle Wm. R. hearts ; and, I assure,you, sir;:_ve wittjeopard

,$ tviw ;' '? subjects of the country in which they reside -. the intellectual The editors Haywaid.and Hogue-who are Whigs, :ourselves no longer, to sustafas ..
fight. new
/ *' .- ,it being nerertheless understood that they 10. Resolved That we : consider any, is.in strong contrast with the prescriptive < what southern men call their 'pec iatJ $

>;i'c: : J shall remain subject to the said laws and regulations are gentlemen of great reputationin interference e by Congress with the Dis- spirit manifested by the dominant insthurions,1; til"the"o1.lt!,is .jkt.1

;&-v'3: retail. also in respect to sales by wholesale or Middle. Florida",and will sustain the' trict of Columbia, without the consentof ,party during the present session1.These .- herself L t.her. put'down .the "t trafori|! :

4#$ They thai have free access to the tribunals high chara ter of the "Floridian." its inhabitants, with the rights of the gentlemen, are ,i he.,present incumbents .-. in her midst, whose"mad nndJanaucaLconduct I' lee

!$:#: !i justice in their litigious affairs on the same slave-holder amongst which is the right and having- shown them-. has precipitated the crisis 1I. vi.

':#>; .':;;'< terms which are granted by the laws and usage General Jackson iUo..ron.From to buy and.e1J, at variance with the selves h honest, faithful and,capable, her. The whig politicians i and. editors ,

..*"*. "-:;. 'J. country to native citizens employ or in subjects defence. forwhich ofV.At. '! all we can learn of the character fundamental principles of free governments no efforts was made to turn them out. of the South are her OVvu i eneiniej.! .;,. Sa'Id
. '\.i..;(t'i; their rights purpose such advocates, attorneys, and other and qualifications of this gentleman, and a direct attack upon' the institutions Remembering the work of last winter, If the South will'not. put them'down t .

'.ey/ri ',. 4 agents as they may judge proper. we ale convinced that he will do cre- of. the Southern States ; the. and of this winter, what Whig will for their treacherous coalition. } .with
,.i :, .; 'Jhe citizens subjects of each party shall first 'act of Immediate. war upon the hereafter venture to breathe aught agairist northern whig abolitionist i 'tell'yoifsolemnly Pr
:. have to of their personal ditto our State in the councils of the '
:'-:1. power. dispose proper rights secured :by the constitution, proscription, or ngaina't"Democrnts -. t
to nonioreaidor>
expect 1
' !;f'jII'"".f; ':. donation ty-within,testament the jurisdiction or otherwise.of the other by sale Federal Government ; and we sincerely which ,ought to be met at the threshold seeking' office ,1 The picture of I from northern democratsi; '1 ynjpathy as*'J ,p

.:Ii-.l ",.; Their.personal representatives,being citizens congratulate the Democratic. party, and resisted at every hazard. Satan rebuking sin will silence! their future sure you I speak. the feelings of all oC.i JJe

.. :;;:'.?.\\ of the other contracting party shall and a few of the Whigs, on their success Thus is our fate written as clearly as denunciations this subject." them ; and I ktiow: them, too., i '4 hey'n :sit
- .-s. their said personal whether
'. .r succeed to property, ;
j* )'-* *'.'".j ; .by testament or ab intestato. They may take in accomplishing his'election.We .- the handwriting, the wall. The From the Washington' Union 27th ult.The care 'but liille for' thriatsbr intimidar;;
"?** "". lion. If the fcoullr\vill? take carei'or: lies
; : possession thereof, either by themselves by not ,.
-Sm also friends i in :
congratulate our question slavery in California Slavery Agitation in t. :
*""i: ( : others, acting for them at their will, and dispose or t'ongreu.We the enemies'whom she fosteisi .in .he?. .
.Vi">'<.? of the same, paying such duty only as the the West on their receiving an instal more properly 'the right of the Southern have received the following communication own bosom you nyrely upon i it,north-;, LI.to

'r.5(A i'rt?"riU c ':fC personal inhabitants property of the is country situated wherein shall be the subject said ment of their long suspended claim for citizens to inhabit, is surrendered upon topics connected with ern deumcratsw; i lIno' step'in; to'pro"?[
this i
to pay in like cases. In case of the absence of proportionate share of the honors of in order 'to avoid giving trouble to exciting movement, from a source I i tect and defend .her. Nor-will. .itiey'be;. ,.. thP'f
IL' the personal representatives the same care shall ; which entitles it, we think, to appe'inour inactive. Since i the :South, by d ..fte-:
the State, When the East, and West the coming Whig It is
government. columns this time 1
:: be taken of the paid property as would be taken ( independently suit of the late election, has proclaimed*, :
, : of the said property as would be taken of a unite, they can always do justice to surrendered on the plea that it,is an abstract of any opinion our own .as to the to the world thatshe has no ..hostilitj' .

l4b4 k -' property owner of may a native take measures in like case for, until receiving the lawful it themselves, arid we hope they now will question, when it applies directly soundness the'vie\vs which' it sets against northern abolitionists, and 'if.'., .t is

: If any question should arise among several unite when it becomes necessary for to your rights, as a citizen of .the forth. The op.iriions.and 'the_ policy of even willing to, vote for.them for >tEe*' :

Uui 4 claimants to which of them the said property this Union. this, Journal :1 in relation, .to :this whole' hi.ghest'offices in the republic,northern.._ f
belongs, 'the same shall be finally decided, by purpose. Say, Southern Whigs' is this 'matter have been repeatedly. put forth democrats will consider that .R

_ the laws and judges of the country wherein itv' Gen.,MORTON is a Whig but we understand the protection' you were to 'afford us' in and are well known to our readers. have certainly for ;' oCt,
is situated. they permission to vote 'efF
not an ultra Whig, and the election of a Southern President !. '
- :; Where,.onthe, decease of any person holding repudiates SOUTHERN. WHIGS THE WORST ENEMIES measure tendlngto, restrict 'slavery'.
; ; ;j'i' real estate within the territories of one party, the "proicriptive policy" as muchas Is the first. act of' administration' ., :to, OF THE SOUTH.To within the pale of the ;constitutioa.-r *,tr tI. .
; ; such real' estate citizen would, by the laws of the land, Gen. TAYLOR himself. bo a concession' to;the ferooious" ispiiit: the Editor of the Union:. And they will do this,'noVcaringastrafr*';
descend, on.a or subject of the other .It
weye he disqualified by alienage, such citi- '- We cannot discover the consistency of abolitionism Arid'areyoa to grant' In your paper of Friday, under. the what the,SoutK may: say ,about it. I1 r (

zen J'p; > subject shall be allowed a. reasonable .1. bead. of"Another blow") which J'sup. speak-thus plainlyecause/ I feel that
time'to sell the.same, and.to withdraw the proceeds of the 'Republican"; in the savage joy'and' 'usa. further- .. in'tne.abolition of slavery -. pose means,another,.blow at the South we have been wronged by tbe Sonth.-
'without molestation,and exempt from all, portentous grumbling ,with ..which'it .'in- ,the District* of Columbia ., \ a:
i 7Jiook
.. -: -you:spealr in 't rm t.of 'reprehension We"'have'been .wronged,. i in, this-4liait;

duties ment of of the detraction respective on State.the.part of the govern- announces the result. Previously, it afSV i! ? Pt e8ent,; people.of /the! against! the:eourserof, those, members, ofCongreswho the South/&.1t* fiwSpniy diet i iei : It

4Lj ,. The capitals and effects which the citizens orsubjects had taken the Whigs, of the East who I Southland lament.y guilty reliance: have,seen fit'to. ,vote, ,"for: people,'!, have ;ifstained! :and voted. I

.; of the respective parties, in 'changing_ did not vote for Mr BURRITT in : .. ,"uj.\- the: abolition' of the slave-trade.,in_t his' fo'beZeiemueSan4our'enPmIesj'; ; an4 ;

;: thciire1dence, shatl.be. de'lrous ortremo ing so severe the fair'speeches scheming states District. Y utseem"to'iregnr J ,it as:an thus;hel I 4:'thcio:break,us..downi: .? *.,i.. r It
e froth1hc pl&C e of their domicil,,. iise ly to. task.thaitheir: political downfall men Seer'''vw&riot- gloomy future ---e-f' "d
be ExemptgratioV fro m afl"dus'of4euictio. or emi \ "t -1uJ. <**'. Jfrjf-s"*"' 4 f' ':,; .f ;' direct Jf.UPO tne'"Souitnor: .thslveStates1nd' And',we: never ;will again come tojberesdue.oCvthc \;

? ? on'thepfirt of.tn. respective goyerhments. seems inevitable, while in the., Q same where your;cnpjce.is only, between-ser- : ; : :you' a'ddi:a:caveafio : South, 'until she' puts t

.- breath jt';,acknowledged the:undoubted vility, .(6r( riiin V! :;:. ::. V3i--: ** *. the North,,10.substance .telling thje7people do wh jfiq\trdiiorst-her. 'o wn\bosdrn--: ;;'. l
fv AaTIcEt'xi'Thepreseiit'trty 4r .r. k' ."." ('1 il .'- a q$_.. ."'h (1. ive"ajd )
J. ,
s right of.the-West to the office of S tO'beware," for ;the .Sith.'are'niow; therneiMvhogi andeconiforM_
shall continue in,force na. .f h..;. ''' ,'; Uof f. .. .,.litt-' k' .
P' k nntil the'tenth' _of Jane,, one, *thouiand.'cight tor.. Hadthemuch!_ ; .berated gentlemen '. ., (I ..Q1'heLeg1s1a1ure.w4 !- ( .preId2abcutto.. *..: ..the. .lart'pointbPeridu.. ;* : > 'the t northern whigs.by.,associating with:
and and -' '- rance. 3 \ at their victor *,.&-'
'. hundred fif'tY-e1ght further until the voted,for, Mr.l ; t8.cettl l thethaptLexu1ting. "
end of'twelve months after'the government' -of URRIT1'i hewoulci have'be 'r"\"o n '' '' '' 'i' -J-! I'- e4thibst.._ -y?. *. I,the'. '. 'Nowall; ;,tbis-indign, on..lP f the_ ver:.t..,. ,'f-,
., Mecklenbiirg-Schwerin on the one'put, or,that' ; ejected;tarid 'the': r'i Republican'Vwould f bllowing:bills have passed :.-ijJ -** !v : '!-. ;course"of.things in..the House ofRepre: But therejis{ one 'wat''by- ,whieh'-thW!
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of the:TJnUed States 6n the'.o h er part,..shall > *"- 'v." .,': J .'hi ,f>- : J
have been the :irrotliriritfiAQ( tirhn' savery'eicitement[ .
h&ve'given notice,of its intention terminating spared torture of Anac'to' J incorporate the ,Atlantic Sen1tatiVeB'iiiert s. ; can".be.suppressed,

I Z1't' the satheb t up6nthiB:; 'condition, hereby. xpressly -, .welcoroihg'the3 l success'pY'the candidate and, G. ljRaif; fbad, k coinpanyrr r.f: V4* fc&ierthe ; in 6lfwt: :*:' 6 ; .: L and t ,\perhaps' the Union greserved. :It Iz

.f! stipulated. and ng dth, L the'Grand of.the W est., *- ,3 'roi-.:v .s--ftT.1 ,;'*-' T'*v-v- AnAwtf/i.f4: *" '- T"li"; to Ig, Qr letI1e; idm'or atriotism Qjnothenkrsqutberrivbig&
Duchy of MeckUnburg-Schwefin shall deem .. An;act, relating to'tb&mode Sothe !
it -> 1or.ap'- :North.raay betv appropriate: ; Tr> : ; lr ifaf! ,t1
expiidien; 'or find.*it compulsory! 'dunin' ,:,the' 1 .<' j,"Bleciivoi It,alaeP"pler: pOlflttTlCfltjaflddUtleLOftflctioneer3 i' 4 H'1 : t. But would) ?itnotbV;:well- to:uhveil':tot 'nor thern vhiga are cocitnikey; j;o{ Io ,
0 gaid'term tu levy 'duty on paddy; or nee inthff ,;, ':> "
; .
- husk/of augment the .duties': uponi leaves' : f We'are": :grotified'J learnlby ';the:Senir"'r ,-": r : .Aiii*act' :'for the 1""-relief J of;'occuovinff the SoOth. :boldlyaid'frn1dy''f"the--v'triiailo '' > -. t oth bereiitaryeh mieiOt.the Soqtb tj: ',
Afc j \
<< "* 7-i 't. < i -
r strips ostethc'ottol3acet, on ,fhale-bil/and tinel. ,!.of..,the* 9th intt.A ,..that' on'important:. I' "_wr'e -'y:>iJ t., vci. :JBL; ,t (f?,- ;?, r-_.Ji'oftbWstatof. jthinga. jn' tpe; anifuijv.e wnjfrow't e. 'days f'tho''JJ ri.j I
I: ricerrnentlon..ed 'in article-VIII, (eight)1of); the, : ; t ,'.SMiaMii**.'t\i -. ;.*: rAn i popula ;broncn. fiC6ngre8sjjrJ| t'. 7 t, !! r J:1:9t:: O I; :to the ptOei t:J. t
.: treaty h'egoverament'ofMecklenbujrefichwerin4 stepbns at1 length'beerf: .gamed_ ..:m raa- 1 : act 'to.require licences'[ : :
,, :
. present > 3 .# i j / to be ta;' ; *VV hat'has,:so rapidly precipitatedthisderelopement time 't h,*impending conyulsion cVa I
: shall give notice of one year'to thecovernmenVof -' ,kjng: .our, ,: State, :government 'conform I kcri T- -\-. j' ? jv i *fr urtrf'8 V.;'e--- -4i ot'hih' -v.i. .of opiniori'in theHouso byj .General lorHe .j 1,i.'; Ip
the United SUtes beforeproceed* .-, .:.y, ''I ..,." J .' d .'. : ; > "J. { ? 9of'Represenatsves : only J rpt jt&t!, rTay
i 1 inglto' dotibyand; ,, .afthe:"expirktiotfof.thai to a-,Democratic"* *" ,\Cohstitution." liaws ertotazed1. ,;;\ '. ji, .1'1" .. ':it' ',against t i; V'JTHj'iW';institu-7: can oo:it 11 1tidl.reguJre onblSt j
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f" rvr* t
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year or*. Any time subsequently, iKe".jjBient < el'J': |&a i' passed both, ,Houseagiving i.f i :.;*the it h':iC'' '"- 'hd 4np1Egc tioao.elaverywhic{ ;; bas. ;beepuiar. { part nn'acta'cdup (Tctaf ii1ittdu'Lp6leon1He i
.f the .Statftssball'haye fall wei. ,, ,. :_ .,.JiJ. itate. .in''Ondtot.aujborjze. .
;p 'eiection The' > 't.J ; Tested'by:the cent votes in.that.body:. :( @s ij
t'ortliY2 .
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of J pfjPrdBaie: 'i i,
tidies '
abrogate tKe prtoent" re liblIhing thequaliified \ r al ,i ,
) ripr
endiight'ld] ;
: -
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'- .it" : I ,i1&U j air' :iri av rd 1i ,,.be' caa save.the Sffe oqtbjaz.4ierb
notice of six'; m tbs t oil ; ;: : ,' ,
r -previous' / JieiC01'tt'nment t voters bfthOrCspectiYpCounr \ r '' : m.f1t 1
,? 4. : 'of' Mecklenburg-SchtrerjnVVr: ; tq: : gH.:1' A" 1;.f.ljfiG' !Pf:.q ;;q,!. 'rPri 'ca ei &::8QuiN ha "i"tft ,,. ;f J\ ? lp8.t""etUcuonJ Oilyti: :maihiig. ; ,
: .
4 ; oontiane i.it fat its'option) in/ull force until the. ties, ;and:; ':thotf;.,:ofRester, | PubI1n4stQt:1j941e ( pose i ,, !:! f .1-t.: -i';ft k..Andisln;;bciog J reaph.e rous to >,.ij.ral# 0. _tOj" } .id mocralfC.' 'J""tf 1 -.m"U'II.1J1.A..W J
i operaUclr'"the shall ,have Vee'n &rrested int' ; : .? nja, l : j t herself 'shehds r ", 't:? .i. "'jtj', .,
{ cheroua'Ie I S
1t ht tt t. tmndatory" 'b'( fhi r l prbvedit & U.% I .w. BSfij "
IN d t1i8'. fila 'specified"'Inthe-. r \prestne-
i,1 r c1'1'. _. j'. .. :'Co '.,. ; ', r: I ;*: 4'-, "f f. i n .l r fatcf,, et1tinr') ttrHitW' "el} enemies 'the 80oliiioDi) ? Higs ofi i-,supported, 'thus-he,will* seicuifrpof j l trHrity <3.i 3.i
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ac ,He ;is in a, condition, ,to'.do ted'in fa v- r:o .w)' ph W{' jtli,;i'-uvi\ HIABINE i1viLLgaENcE.. itQu,me -3Cb re i*op other tduicm worth I Iparchin' .- L :.111'

'ra this ; he is pledged to no system of policy .: nJmsty.r Ke tes1! u t his pu bish.! ,. ,:; ';; ; -' ':i'1'*. C.nti-TaxC.bkci f 4

'rg i ; he has made no pltdg .,to sustain ,ed an address:; 'declaring t ihe.poUpyjofthe PORT OPJACKSONflrANia.,. 849... 7lngte c pses.tbe Mia1vomn'g Printe BY;titny offihe jjqrter inked fa_b?kw; II
Medical CoTO anion.;>in besent bj maiL in close : I -8I IcVied pon and'shall eisae fcaf .
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,. whig men or whip.measures. The way, .ne'w"President pledges to main .tlJ 'I Yti ..ARRID'.v. P .P t *D fl re.\ m Part ofth United Slite fnrso at. sale before the Conft-IIouse.. door,In tneTovaof ( % t '

, therefore, IS clear for him. But has he .tain.th.e.liberty .of.the people.' .-,. :Jan 1st- Brlgf P.BHUchbornConwrfi NJt poat paid.tolDrVEI8SELHOFF*BoxSTlO, .ks vfl&it1e: rtMondayiI( k i i ',
ee the ve to perform The military .'L' -LL" AnfHowe. N.Y.' h, New York City .or THREE COPIES rforONE 'next, '((1849) 'the ;land
the wisdom and net 'executions/or p litic1 DOLLAR. No unpaid tier will be taken from following or so.muck ;' 1
'CL--rl the
'Iacba feat 1 I fear he has not. 'I ffences still continued., ** : JoII'. ,:0,.! Prs *Office. No amenta' whatever 'emploj'ed thereof as will my the State Taxes,due tiertoa S '
to .
) Dc 2Schi'.Albert final Marshal NT.Jan. I 1i1iaNEWEDlTIONwhich for they wr'1848 7i ; ". \JT!" If;
if he do not to The Cholera is : iltri.ii l' be oh, t'
. shall be mistaken prove_ raging fearfullyvatPresburgh. 4v-Brig Walter HoxieHorie Cuba'and tai ed bj ending aa above Pablicttioo! Ofi ;258 ;2.000 acres of Land,rituated'on:Kaasaa filrqf : ,

. be a weak man in the Presidential ..' a market. r' r t r _.v'' ./_ Bw wajN.Y.City. .,1". .f ; and'Hottston's Creek, adjoining lands of Jokml: f f
chair. He will feel bound to install inpower '" Jan.13.-Th1g: ?anmsawy: ,Key xWest., Houston- particular .boundaries nnlnoirn

r, the which formed the bulk The Constitution' of,:France.The t .NBWEiT1O ( ," .fl rportingtobelongt &' Holmes : 1 1
party ,- ..* r _, 'OF '\_ < ., J ;
'ii v XDR. : ''' :4
R.RREID1r& CO. _: A .
1 of those whO elected him. But, what following surnrnftry c thpthes the principal : :_'. . .: WEISSELHOFPSt 8CIENTIPlCWoBEONTUE Tax Collector A.-CANOVA; '; .

1 claims have they upon him I They provisions of the neifCpnstitiatlon ofFrance M.EsSBB ',R:.REID.&,,CO; ha'Ying-leal. : SUBJECT OF 154&. __ -"Dec9-3in Conaty.,: _:., l Jt.

. did not elect him-he elected the, whig :- s ,, ; ed the Wharf and the buildings attached, :CHILDBIRTH.A :. ', : ,

1 It was the popularity which he Tne press cannot in any case be submitted to are-now-prepared :In ctiori'l.with their < .JlXW j and'beau ru, edrtion'of this celebrated I .4 Borml C.Dntf Tax13YTirtuebf I1 .'.:
. party. censorship. Education will be'under the DRY GQOAf. GROCERY HARDWARE work 01 the subject of GESTATION AND CHILD the power rested Jr
which surveillance mme by law
in war they opposed 4
a .
BIRTH by R. M .D -
of the AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH* WeiMelhoCiM.} D..late of Pari.-I. 'I KaTe' d''I.'u'" i;
State. All citizens en.upon 'an
are equally fbf q
that elected him, and the whig party MENT to do a GENERAL COMMISSION h just been us'aed i in New York. .It is a work which sale,before"the Court House expose i'
admissable to public employ, without other motive .should be In the hands of every Man, and.Woman who door, in the Town4 J 1
with him. They opposed and denounced of preference than merit. Mobility is forever BUSINESS.' v < has incurred; intends to1 inc r.'the responsibilltirsof of.Jacksonville the first Monday in MarcK !t

tr him for fighting in the Mexican abolished, and all distinction of birth,class Their charges are established by. the Savant. the Marriage stated':.It will be fouad of special vatok next, (1849) between the usual hours of I1. : ir

. they prayed for his defeat they or caste. Each shall'contribute to the taxes in nah rates f. .' "' tothoae wi oie'mean*. health or other circamsUn-; the' following described ,property, orsbmuchA: .
war; ; proportion to his fortune"':and means. The They are, also the Agents .of the_ .t.:S.,.Mailih: n, dn not permit them to increase' the. number of thereof' as wilt satisfy the State Taxes, afil i i
invoked the enemy to greet, him with this '. er family,1.without thereon for the "** 'l. '
number representatives to the National Steamers at, place, and are now enabled great inC'f..nYebienCsufrering; ycai'1848Tix: : li
) "bloody hinds and a hospitable'grave.." Assembly is to be 700-elected compose under to offer eviry facility to the MerchantPlanter inr oublesand perhaps risk of life'. A method avoiding there The*hlf part of that certain' tlait'ot'Jan4"t

, The legislature of Massachusetts. still very nearly theme conditions the Charter and,the Public generally. ;tr a'ceebfatfd|! French dangers'ThysicJan.at wilU(recently is fully discovered i' by situated on the King's Road.leading to:;Sttlir j .$ Dol

. tnttiuct with traitorous sentiments, at sought in England No member of the Assembly Goods' consigned to their care will be received :;te d intbi. work" The peani of prevention ommunicary cost com 's, Ga.:j Inown as thePiIflacecotjjng.Ocre8afldpnrpOrtiflgtobelongt $ f

it elected electors' can, during its sitting,be named or promoted and forwarded with despatch.: :>arativelj)nothing:and are within"the reach of all.- 5O Francis g
. the very time to vote .to a paid public office.' .The election is to Their Store, Office, audWa.rehouseare. situated !;The prnr.ess is new, gate infallible, convenient and M.Pi1es. : ,A.CANOYA; 5 j I
! for Gen. Taylor, refused to pass a vote Be triennial.The convenient to the Whar; imple,end cannot injnre the.health ofihe most deli Tax Collector DuTal County. 'A 1
for his St.John's River; P'. W. in I cate., Nor does .curtail matrimonial,privileges! in Dec.4th 1848. .
. ,thanks military services and President of the Republic must be ft native 'Palatka January, the least. D c9-3m' 1 ,t

: victories. They care nothing about; of France, aged thirty at least and who 18 49. 11 -nr There'is i no deception ,or humbaggefy T of .. 01

, iirn as a man, or as Gen. Taylor. They shall never have lust his qualification of citizenship ---- 8200 KEWAHD. kind about this work. It I precisely what its title any ini i Davnl. County Tax ('sIleetoala, .. : i j Jf
him lie is elected for four years, and can only )dicate, a scientific'publication;containing information i BY virtue of the authority Tested in'me by' ;) I
want only TO USE to restore and L be re-eligible after an interval of four years.If of great valor married people,or those contemplating Jaw, I hate letied open and shall expos' 3 ii 1

. jebaild their party and their party sys I any candidate for the Presidency has not i .marriage,expressed in plain Iangua:e'whkh all'can for sale before the Court-House door1 in 'th., 'l .,

tem. They want class legislation for obtained more than one-half he suffrages, and means; understand The whole story isuddand. the Town Jacksonville, on' the 'first Monday: in t
accomplishing the objects of the work ff
1t whig monopolists, and offices for starving at leasttwo millions of votes.; or, if the conditions and faithfully given,no that the readet may avail folly him. arch next ((1849).between) the usual hours of i.J
(as to birth citizenship & be fulfilled self of it sale, 350 acres of Land, or so 'muci'thereof *' '
whig partisans, and they want to t the National Assembly shall elect the instrument or other article; from theauthor. The will pay the State Taxes due thereon for thr: : r.11!

1e' use Gen. Taylor to accomplish their President by an absolute majority and secret means protection which if recommends,also: year 1848, bounded,as follows'Tir; North by f!

purposes lien. Taylor owes them I scrutiny from among the five eligible'candidates be relied uponi'withoutfear; 'disappointment or in- lands of Francis Richard, South,and Eut.1Jy : !

e'f e't nothing, and is under no obligation to who have obtained the greatest number of L PROCLAMATION ,BY \VSL D. MOSELEY, j jury.' "f1 Big Pbttsburg Creek,arid West,by Little Pot .> i1iJ.,
votes. Governor of Florida. Beware of Frauds on this Work. b nrgCreekpurporting to belong:to' George. '
their of it
out principles ormeaures .
system ;
. carry install them in The President shall dispose of the armed WHEREAS, it has been made known to me Beware(a catchpenny fraud upon this work,at' H gan. A. A. CANOYA, .. '
or power.fo rce, without power ever to take the command Sheriff of Alachua County, in: 25 cents, which is .only a decoy to promote/the sale Tax Collector va1.County.' 1
. But yet I fear he will do it ; and he will in person. He shall see to the defence of the this State, that William H.Watson, alias James oCMauri rau'. orDesorneaxYinstrumentatSlO, f rthf' .Det4th184S.County.. _D 9-3m ) j I.'

f .thus lose the opportunity of saving the State, but cannot undertake any war withoutthe ; Black, who was imprisoned on a. charge of the written same, the object that the work i itself pretends to be i4 .,

) i South-perhaps his country-and ,of[ consent of the National Assembly. His I murder of William Gibbons, late of said County, withheld. ''1'Insewhosh real(secret 4of.my for die original original work and being, 'Bat-ai' Tax Collector's' Sale' ;i .

, .showing himself the true civic hero, salary is fixed at 600,000 francs per annum.- ha escaped from 'custody, and is a fugitive work by Dr. Weiraelhoff.' with private notes genuine BY.virtue of the power Tested In me by law* i
He has the power to name and revoke his Ministers from justice: added by his own band;can obtain it only by sending expose for sale beontheCourt '
. !
-and rendering himself immortal. diplomatic agents naval and military Now KNOW TE, that I, William D. Mdseley, directly to him as he employs no Agents whatever r, House door in the Town of Jackson t\ on the ty )j .

. The only way, then, which will be commanders, the Governors of Colonies, and I Governor of Florida, by virtue of the authority find aner.8 n8 the work at wholesale-therefore no first Monday in March next ((1849)) between the ', $ ;

t. left to the South, I repeat, is to putdown ther functionaries superior order. vested in me by law, do hereby offer a reward Book Agent, Pedlar) the Postmaster or Bookseller can usual hours of sal. the following1 described. *S i

, the traitors to her interests in herTery The Vice President shall be named by the of TWO HUNDRED DOLL RS for the apprehension -'j po8sib1yfornisli|f oi e,of false, copies and genuine imitations work.,which. Beware, there- property, or so much_thereof as will'pay the ''fM f
not '
midst--the southern National Assembly, aud cannot be chosen from I of said fugitive and his delivery to the ly be worthless,but dbngerons! All infringements may on State Taxes due thereon for" 'they 1 Srtcr- i"
1 whip; politicians. the l kindred of the President of the Sheriff of either Duval the Wlt:1
to the sixth de. custody or AlachuaCou copyright are promptly prosecuted; and cheats ]
. When she has done this, she gree relationship. Both criminal and political ty, in this State. will only sell altered or abridged copies This is the That body of Land Situated the King's "2J'

-, will ngain find the democracy of the i delinquencies, and offences committed by MemorandumWilliam II. Watson, alias only original and true work-no other can be genuine Road leading to SL Augustine, in Section 37j S

, North her true and natural allies, but the press' shaH be tried by jury. Every James Black is about five feet eight inches high L, -perfect thousands safety of copies have been sent by mail with] Township eDav 4 'Range 28., bouth and East,knownr*; : |
Frenchman shall be liable slender but well built erect sallow ast Place,ana purporting to \
.belong' V
: to military service very ,corn tdi ;
- .not till then. (lIt?Copies of this work will be in close
sent a envelope I. David H. Burr "
and be liberated lexion.black hair bluish between containing SOO acres.
can only p ,
. according to the : grey eyes, ,at single letter postage to of the United 1 !
And permit me most respectfully to provisions of the ltw of recruit. The territoryof 25 and 30 years of age. and has the marks of a States, for$1, sent post paid,any to part L. ACANOVA; : I

- say', that if you would boldly tell the Allies is declared French territory, and gun-shot wound on his'left shoulder. DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF, Tax Collector DuTal County.. ,;J5 J

I ..South these plain truths, and demand: will be governed by particular laws till a special Given under myhandand the greatS.al.ofor Box 2710 New York Dee. 4th, 1848. .Dec9-3m 'g I

of her and trial und 1 law shall) place it under the government of the State, at the Capitol,in Tallahassee, ,City.FrsucATio Levy Tax %
to arraign bring to OFFIEK,. 95S Broadway, New County Collector's. Sale : 1
1t the Constitution now proclaimed. this:th day of January, A. D., 1849. & '
,condemnation the York City.Jaa.G,1$49.. be sold on the 1st. o
conspirators again Monday
Aprflj -
In addition to these the penalty of death for WILLIAM. D. MOSELEY. '2mH WILL :
) ,her interests and her peace whom she political offences is abolished./ Slavery cannot Governor of Florida. 4 1849, ct .een the hours,oflO ; "
and 2 o'clock
l1 .harbors in her own besom you will be I exist on French soil1 und each form of religious By the Governor: ,NEW STORE,!. NEWSTORE: Land the 160 following; lot or parcel.of /5 n
I!! faith shall receive A. E. MAXWELL Secretary of State. containing acres, or as much thereof.1\
doing her service than equal protection from the -
r'f a greater to[ j L as will.satisfy the tax due, for the year 1845 i 1
Jan. 13 1849. 4tExecutor' ,
,complain of the action of the House of i J COOPER & ,REAB. including all costs'arid charges. ,Said lands 3.-.,;
., Representatives or warn the North of'' situated on the Wakasassa.Ay.: | section .
'i Corretpottdfnx of the Charleston Mercury.WASHINGTON Sale.BY JACKSONVILLE FLA t
; 2 S T. 12, R. 16, and said, !o belong to brieEd* '
., the possible horrors which may foll.wthe Dec. 15, 1848- virtue of a Decree' of the United States AVE OPEflTED,on the corner fBayandOceen mund Schriver: a non-resident of thlsStaten 'fi'J

course of northern members in reference Governor Whitcomb, of Indiana, is elected to District Court for the Northern District Streets, with LARGE AND WELL known as the Deiil's Hammock: -_ :; ,

to slavery.' the Senate of the United States over Mr. Hanne- o Florida, made by ,said Court ,at .an extra SELECTED;STOCK.:.OF, FRESH,GOODS consisting The i.aboTe-lands 'will,be'sold:;at the':Court ',rf

A NOKTHEK.V DEMOCRAT. g:m, th* present incumbent, on the ground (as term held by adjournment on the fourth day of in part of "-* House,of Lety'county,-at the Hbus.,of Mar/' :
one of the Western Representatives infonns me) December, A. D. 1848, at the city of St. Augustine Groceries Andrews ; "* *> ;]X'ii ;
tht: he took position in his late Message to the the subscribers, Executors of the still .Hats, Caps, .. GEORGE :; ;:

.. Latest from Lurope.FUAN'E. Legislature, in favor of the Wilmot Proviso.- and.testament of George Kingsley, decease: Provisions, ., :i :Boots;Shoes, Tax Assessor &Collector TREiPEltl'I Cot '- .
n1 :
Thus one by one the supporters of the South will offer for sale, at public auction, before the Dry-Goods November llth, 1848. : #

and of the Constitution, in the Free States, fall CQnrt. ouse in 'the city ,of Jacksonville, and Clothing, ? '; 6ra'j_.;1 ,; .

Election of President.- Louis NapcI. before the Anti-Slavery spirit of the North.- State'aforesaid, on Monday, the fifth, day .of Hard-Ware, Saddlery lAY Coanty Tax C.Iket.r'a $ale. .t ,

'eon has been elected .;f To stand by us is now political death to any March next, the following real estate, to'.wit: Crockery V &c.&c.&c. ILL. BE 'SOLD, on the first Monday Ji ,

France, and Paris is tranquil.A Statesman: earned at the'North. By our imbecility w'ehave DRAYTON JSLAND, \Vbidi'wm be,,sold at SAVANNAH yy January next_ ((1849: ,> between., th*:;* ;. : ,
a most inglorious isolation, and PRICKS for Cash hours ;
letter from Paris, dated 14th inst., united the whole North and Northwest against.L Situated on Lake George, 'containing'seven.; .o.Country Prod IK*.<, t 'South of band 2 o'clock ontbatd 1'i th.' : -r f
t{en h ndr d(1'700)acres( ) coless-vah : HAS. P. COOPER. West Quarter of the South'-West Quarter" J '
sap that all was tranquil to that us on the slavery question. And now what more 1 GEO, B. REAB. 4 :
up 1 shall we do ? Still do nothing One would I able for its sitnatio'n, the-quality its soil,and IV. B.-Cash advance* made an cotton consigned; of Section 7, Township 16,'Range"-1&: 'and the ;>

date.The I suppose that'if self-interest is too weak, a spit for its orange,lemon,* and citron grovesi to our Friends in'Savannah. Charleston or New York. IforthWest Quarter the,.Jforth West Quar.Jj
returns from the election for j JackonvilieDec., 23.1@43. ter of Section 1STownhip16Rsiigs1OSouth
it of and FORRESTER'S Jy ;17 1
j generosity duty to faithful friends POINT
arid East
resident continue to come in favoraj j Mr. who stand containing ,80 acres, or as much a*. :
Hannegan for
We to the election of Prince Louie Napoleon iI- ''like inspire us, with the determination up our rights to, Situated on the St.Johns River,about sixteen Sheriff's Sale. ,. taxes due on the same for thr :.2 =1will.sa.tisfy'the .
miles below Palatka, containing about six.hundred present year, ((1848.) with all .costs and -
right ourselves. After of a writ of fi.fav issued out ofihe Cir expend ;;$
them in the
I to the Presidency. He proposes I' Free States, are we now prepared to sacrifice ((600)) acres mere or'less.BUENA BYvirtue for Duval County. I will rxpuss at ses accruing for advertising ,the. Sa Thebovinmed1andsaresituate.inLeiycounty-.' %. f

i to raise Gen. Cavaignae to the position j ourselves on the altar of cowardice and imbecility VISTA, public sale in Front of the,Court-House. in the Town, a S :
t of \lari bal of France. I of 3acksonvllenn the first Monday, February next on the Withlacooche, a.short distance above the ;q' :
I a spectacle of scorn and contempt to the Situated near Forrester's Point, between' the hours of sale that weUknown
: containing on day, a Tract of place called Fort Clinch and owned :
t general amnesty is spoken of as whole world ? I assure you, you cannot imaj lone thousand ((1000)) acres;more or less, with an. Laud, lying situate and being at Harzard; on' St. and claimed by James Lynch and,bounded :5 :

]likely l to be presented to die Assembly I gine the low esteem in which the whole South i orange grove upon it, and., Johns River,in the County bf.Duval,bounded a.follow U. S. lands"unless' there hlwre!been Ian9s 'by' ;
either is held by the Representatives from the'Free *.to wit'Beginning on the St. Johns Ri"erlwn ; ro td
by Gen. Cavaignac or the SAN JOSE iJ ntlypurchasedtadjoinin The laridV
mm s- PLANTATION above
States. ridicule all that the hundred feel abovetheMiflCreekrst line running t-: .
t, try of President Buonaparte It: seems I. South will They, in any contingency suggestions, on account. of Situated,in.Dnval: County, on the.Rier St. 'tht'-nce down'the' Riverbank pastthe D1 UID of Mill pI will be sold at th6:Cooit House of Ltiry\ county.; ;", '?|
I a
I Creek and th,Whajf to tthaouseofMaryVAncheva. -
a point distant hundred !$
I to be understood that it will include Johns six miles from one ; .
not slavery or on any other question, d.iro to disrupt : Jacksonville, containing feet above William Hruston's Store second line : GEORGE 'TRESPJBB : I
} ; -
( the prisoners of Vincennes. 'I the Union. They believe we have no more three hundred ((300)) acres, more or less of I unnipg at right angles with the firstiack to the top Tax'Assessor and Collector Levy Co: :

I The Proclamation of the election 1 i spirit within us than the dead body of Hector, which about one-hundred* and seventy-five acres oFthe:Sand hits; third line running(dowrf'lhe'Riu ,: !ov;llth, 1848. '**' f;;
President dragged along behind thecarofAchilles. They are open for cultivation. On.the place is a same course as"the first one hundred feet, thence, at -. :_ -: .'ftA '
will be issued about the 20ih. dwelling house with ,.right angles into the Marsh BO far frorn'-fatt mentioned '
are our masters and can do us as they please. ncessaryout buildings ., .
The !incomplete returns of the vote If you were here,you would see it. hear it, feel &C.: &c. The above places offer great inducements corner and from. tlie .point,,of.beginning that a Exec- "'rTodee_. -* i j :

stood. in the following proportion : Lou- I it. It i is clear that the whole question of the ,to purchasers, bcingJiealtby, and pleasantly ,line terserting drawn the'necmid parallel to last the first described and third line line'will b) ii lii* ,LL JohaH.PERSONSindebted' to .the EsLief i iJ ."
as nFclude Whiddon latebf
u rights of the South is transferred to. the State situated Immediately the 'River,,St, : HillsborougV ; tj
ipoleon 66 per cent; Cavaignac 20 I 1(1t ofTwf'\ty'-Acre*of Lnnd.-with the' Mill "County Fla deceased wiUco '
Johns with fertile lands and, i
Kf Legislatures in the South. It is here settled, bearing many oHhetropical i and other fixtures thereon.r Taken u.the .
cent ; Ledru Rolltn 6 per cent ; and will sweep slavery first from our fruits'some'of them already in a'growing 'Amnnder Parsons to atifyan execution property in fut r 'makQ'jmrriediate'payment whatever )" And all persons tJ

tospel 4 per cent ; Lamartine 3 perent ries, then from the District of' Territ'U, state. .: ** '. ThoinasO. Holmes-pointed out by PlsintiSl. t having demands !: the said.es : 1.1 :
< TERMS. THOMAS.LEDWITH wi1h'eDderthem'jnwithidt.oy, an.henticate4 n. i
from passing from one State to another, tnd -
THE One third ..c.shce.in. two' and Sheriff Dn val.Caun ,. t :as the, law directs or. this otiCl"--.Jo '! *
; tyTHE
one '
REVOLUTION then in the States themselves; and in this ; : '
IN ROME progress -
will, :
.Dc.25IKI. : "f. : be plead in -
baroftheirrecovery. ri M'
if not arrested by prompt and efficient, three years, withVinteresti:: tobe: ,8eeuredby' 'L __ '. --S : .t;
The Revolution; in Rome has ii bond of : '-" \ A.=H :HJENDERSONf Ex' '.
the :
term purchnser.and the .
t. '
measure by the Southern Mates, the last step mortgage on '!> r ; '; "ExecutorsY.' Noticct.: Dec. ,' .
. : *ted" w, the flight of the Pope and the is'as certain as the firsts premises.. ,OLIVER .WOOD;v *c ', ,Tampa. ,2,184&I t ", : -/sa. I,' .
Subscribers hating been qualified .
as ;
I *1eads ;JOHN S.SAMMI8 t i
of the Roman Catholic Church.u ------ -. ,Law for .Sale
pg 7-, : JS&r. [ cuto r of'thY last' Will 'aid" 'Testa '

?e: of,the most popular princes that [No. 27.] JacksonTillet Fla January.: :6/jl848'Ex'ecutorSj;, i.!, :incntof JAMES DELL, late,of Alachua.county;. WzofferforsaletotractsofLaMoneofwbichaspurc1ised; ;, -,w .'
;' ; I'
**ascended the Papal throne is now. Old Virginia: Again., 'fliceased, '.Nbtitferia ,hereby giteif to'all persons from JnaM '' : i I
Utlile aDd wanderer. ALBEJIARLE Co,'Ya.,' ar b.21:1847.. I .NEW Alf D:I1BPI10FICD! EDITION: ;tfving: demands,'against the estate of tth deceased -'l Bowden, situated on Lake,George, 'and consist*"* 4
e Mr. Seth W. Fowle-DedrSir -I tateple*3- : .:t.>; c' ?,'iliii'. 'Jo'.11. :, : '.11 : to.li'ese!llt e m'itho'utdelaytd; ..then 'of t. ,_hundred and n acres, more_or less(
Pope after the ,. ., \ ft1 *':* .
appears, scenes t v-i--- -- t : V! ;l' ?.* : ersignred"'Executor& or5their authorized pine land hammock, with a large -..brangfgrpver

lu1- described, to have remained a pHlOGer ure in stating you my;experjence! 'qffhe ullost l G.'>' Extraord1naryWork 6 -."<., ... '-, f. *:, .i--1* ageUtJ ni ? G.1.-DelL ":at;"KewnansvflleEastFlori' < The other was purchased from William., :
i in Wistar's Balsam.ofr WiMJJheny., lYwnavery (..'BE' ":; ', ,. 0.-", .I .1rithin -> Gardiner sittiat'ed. ithe lt
'I his palace, protected from ; of ''<'I..If'if- !' ; tweprescrIeI i! .by.1i ;: T ;near- .abor* men loneclt

. .t 'ioleoce by the French Ambussa per valuable negro girl who.was attacked with '* .--r.MARRIEDiWOMAlf-8f .it.i'l P :'i ,.'thistcefl1bep1e&d;.I. 3 1J ." t. j",.._,IIIr.Ot.; .,,.. .. .'th..liri. .. ;. tract' on:the St. John' River, and. .consists of,. L.
; .
> .t : vert 'Jt two hundred end fifty i'm less
: tPRIVAT IE> ; re,or ,-, oakaridpine ,.. ,.- s
.' a difficulty the lungs, which: brought her in. : .e--f ,._t r ncFntic;! l1m1 jgv .1.o.all de1i.orleatees 'lari'cL "." .' :' .
''i ''; 1 '.I.:1. :i "" .i: .J ; ... a; ) .. ', a _
The Pope, in fleeing from Rome, appearance to-,the-f;;''P 3* kff;: 'the''*\;1grave.- .-,**Icon-< 4 ?/ ,"0. .on: p :t\I. N" I'. ;O, ,;N-... .*a ". ,'and jMsx- < 'ons!entitled lia; 'distb'ttii -', The;abbvtflarids'will;be,;pffere4. .for? iaiest.; ;'Ji :'

1bk'fefuge at Naples, and was under suited, some bf our best .physicians,,_who pronounced : RICE'1 Jj j f1. '"' Lt< r." that their dj. ro Will. b bamd nnlesi I exh. Public Auction,.at the Court lio use at JacksonTille ..
nP wltbiatwoiears! 'frcrjnthisdat. to_ the'Eiecnftors -on: the .second -Monday in March. .A-D.
. her case incurable or that they could c.4."?: 1
ffecl'onoflhe King, refusing i to Only 3O, *nt Pf bprS Mple* f r.:81. ,, orthelrauthorued.ngenl. ,"-fv>f,,.$ J IA: :1' ETHOS. X.JONESf *''. ,.
pFrnce. "
He has do no more foil er.( -trieS many remedies, J << .i' ':: .u .
signed pro- THZSECRET QPIMDESO3IEAUX'SiJ -Siedr';) JNO. 8. S.unfis.
** \t'3 '? r '.tbut Vt.v ; '
s4Ck ring all the late 'acts void. nonedia&ny.good.vl caw some account of ,'If -' 4: BAM.'!*;"'iuiii'; .i ., .; J c1csonvillejN&r. 11th1848. -4m' t' i -:
x. : : :
'. '*. STRUMEN'b"ULLY EVEALDf TD"'ik fiJw: .sr "V- --bw. !" 5 . . l : :
IRELAND. Wistar's f Balsanrimd', -thought (txwould(tj- ...tii j ?- it i. i.A NEW EDITION orthifJ impomntMirimonl, ; i 'tf_'.,: 'I., :'iI, .''#I... ,""'."'fi'1r.-.lt ,:....,... \.' !. -'-.. -*- I

lteotU1ty continues a slate of but had little':faith. init.T:procured. a bottle, ;jLlw Companion1ijstbe.n ft !ubdertbe rdilo ; BEWABDrf' l''I 'f':: *.i'BlrW'ARD T. '
-- ?" -, ;; -' : t rial .upervi !< of R.M.WE ISSELHOFF{M. 4" }. .. ,'IiTttLrb ; .I
.ra.fUJ.JIJJty. which was administered according to directions,' m 9.CVi* .: ''t-..' ..-. t'f.)41H_v 1. J"_ given;for fthe apprehensioa";'..tr" "
to '!at!r V.ri.. Prpfr. or.Midwifery.. and Auth'r o r ."} ;.: .1'"i'fJWILL 1. "PLI'tt b, : .
: )wendon has been familiarly, and I saw,:Ehe*began to inend; and:'before the. the'celebrated work' on ':estatinn and Chld-BiiUi,isiylt' ,11 ."f"n.. 0-.' '" -: me. for.tbeyeturn:1 :ot-. the' !:BiHABDJN'who escaped fros :

t eteted Ria return to the Vice Ri .' firSt bottle gone shewas uJ .I procured a ..hich has had.,euch an'e eoai, .,....'iale-Sia. ,:un....>.e J .- Jki A BE','etolen Jai1iDuvs1ounyOn: .thenightofthd 'i
. 1 \Lbd D wa.ssecond ; Am4ti. :) .' 1.u. I :y. ;.+'''''.. ..", .. :;.j .. J X, : 3d of January last, wbere he was confined & ;
V "-'V-'ip'-j"Vra"V' 4i"u .t ,",}". ,-. It .. "
'' .,
g J."r-
(den Tie usual address, coi ri- atiih__' took, that. iidflOW1h6,15"Si i.>-'." --' ,*!'. ,-",Thi editick Utarart t'- !.'hiarrtTem nt"upon .lIQn-. ,1. : K mlDFath"ast.a coiicUon" ." for. BEIrgIaiyanIee.: SI&e&itMfl i'
Was Voted A l-1 i" *t VI* eau'.old work,which was dwigoed to indue* ,- < f fl t ,", hltJnthia\.pl ee10n 'isabO { 5years.bld' 'about .
fecoee accompanied with anedatjon think u.r4or.nearly *o. She attends Lob e st chiefly #J"J_ .' -.1.' f..1.f. 1. ",. t. &jB&BtlathCeheriff
. ; : ju !3tM. e Ul8.ut.tVornctobfJ.luL fcjft inC1i :
itbe reader gidi De8btneiu Fowder .; i" 'hi tJi--1 ,cOm
her .
from .
pf removal of tbe'grl- daily labor,_and I hear no ounplamt ; p
and Initruro nWo oad jred increalc of 1 Su' :
tant ventati I
prf ; _"tp' iinaI 4till mUd 1
t.,or ;
UlJder ,B..Ik.lEFF ONi 5 .. I
wbich' cDuntrv labor .' fiiilyianezpe.e of $10-.and, hi'F0rtugue e 'k"-'ii. d'kJmr.m : iyes Jd.QQcasJ- Jir .th'i1l..w.'_'".ok'

,1: *?&?H?!&?* reply' was roost*tsrnVUerI Signed L BUTTS on the wrapppn;.. ., #' 'P' mat of 1'the It ai.si originalFrenthrwnrk per bitti, "In' erfHionrthens%Utj6eId. The Utm _, .. .b1acknb,' tourte ifl i Press ht::: tliiA.'+ta90 .ftoH.,.. 1M-. t '.. '. I
' : Iig(te! :. 4i iie.i any, d&: ,..J For sale,'wholesale, ,and re&i- 11|ome*o*'.;iiatrc>iT pi>t:.apel. ,Jln: cJ' ,alt'.'':. gl, ..<.,>_8... Jo'..1aJ J..i. d.,_i off' -"o'j'WiYl J.1rJ J he' "'. ';.t

: j the p.-n oftite tovenjtpent to.* IT. O.:.UOLMECO. : ,''J 'm.tiMluJ1: "sl n4 5lerib di{*nd thai e* ': ;) '' .'I U1ec '2 .rotru:11ir -. 't'_ail: ;...1ce" h'- tim .D6-..l"jiMm. ":.
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;.j i T.HIS WORK contains recently discovered ji"'Persons who j,fish the Gemdae? Work; Occupy the! p8cio ":FIVE STOEYWAEEHOUSK The. "great beautyvand' superibrity'of.. this, parPsapaMera1l j achlng tkt cntialptriM'. e'n*""!'iL r',

, ;i.t: irmatioQupona asubject.of highest. Dr. We1SSelhoff.with, I'Tloue.ftotu added by his ,"N6J56 CEDAR STEEET,-the WHOLE j. otHer rei dfeiiit era -hmldrnfglect W'Vtiitive .. tue. .,'.aa..ItjS, ,.i Ct...: ':
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OJ I Marriage., It will be found of special whatever :bodcusumption 'cured f diseases to tirhiclx: letaalei "
;, ." to him,'as he employs Agents of the'sr.---.jg 'Artielfrf'a anbectIj'
f value to those whose means, health or other and never sells1 the work' at'WholeMle-there- .',.c1ean5eanhLstreugthen,'; tJmtt of\fe.;.This;perlod
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t. Bookseller*can 'possibly furnish' genuinework. Their present Stock: oi9fIiielyOneThousand f complaint, lessXaluaJ&le .orOle uIi1 uj
\1:,::. Buffering, or perhaps risk of ,life. Beware:therefore, of,false, copies and Packages t:- : 9 bbldsicough ;catarrh, 'islhina spitv womanhood, 'is it.kfcalculdted wSBSEf'byquickunnU'theWoed

ift Amethod, of avoiding these troubles and dan- imitations,..which I may *6t only be Inorthle's, Embracing"I some'> 'THOUSANDS/of.Different :tixigOfbloodsor nessi ,th chest, ,- '1. .and iatf .

;;: .. gers at will, (recently discovered by a celebrated but dangerous f All infringements,of the copy, patternsand..colorings 'rind.comprising every .' :'hectic flu3h, night sweats,diffi.4pltorromuse -: system.,bed,thiamedieJne bJD1 11

;::: :French Physician,) is fully communicated right are" 'promptly J secuted. ;' '".cheats thingrdesirable in''the line,- FOREIGN and ," !.L expect all.tbediseasestp 1f Jromell.: are_ 'at.,
j t in this work .so that avail him- 'Thisis I i < v toratlQ3uuI _. :n i
any person may will only sell abridged oraltereticopies.. DOMESTIC. ?'" .. pam eea ,he .bol'stem
...',;.. self of it at once'j without purchasing any instrument the only original and true 'work-.no'other: '*All: which are'offered for t sal; for cash.or ;'" ,in the side,&c.. ently ;e ::tnaural eaergies By IreDeYI"roa o "

cL-.r medicine or other article, from the can genuine. Send by mail as' abovel-itis. satisfactory credits at tin LOWEST.PRICES, .. fhave and '.,' impurities- Of tf#;bod/ f'.f 'JtI.JtJhe.Bptrn
r: j:; author. The means of prevention here set the only sure way to secure the work. .Thou- by. the -' -{ *".' '> ; .;,canbe, \ as] to prouectatubRqUt; .
*. ;I forth cost comparatively nothing and are within with .' cured. iit.
;; : sands of copies have been'sent by-mail PIECE OR PACKAGE. : tionhichJ asof
i(. 1 the reach of all The process is new,safe, In- perfect safety. New Styles are. received valmpstevery* day, ..Pr b bll there never Tfas a remedyjha'has f'or'1"emale'w.eaknesalnd, disease JJOat..JDedJe.
-r. fallible c convenient simple, and cannot injure 3m been successful in of coDsu'mption 1J18EASE.70F '
December 9, 1849.. four sales es : THE'HEAR7' J.
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and of are got up .
: health of the delicate. Nor does it many
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J.i and not to be found'elsewhere as(tlpsLit; ; cleanses ;and strengthens.:. e I TUBE -A1D tjROPBY ,

,:r'; curtail. matrimonial privileges in the,least. NOTICE TO SETTLERS, IS Printed lists of prices, corrected from system and app.earsto ,heal the,;ulcers.on the .- :';"J IN .Yok J Jt"22 Sti1' {"

it' '.: .! MORALLY CONSIDERED day to day,1V th"every variation in the market, lungs,and, the patients gradually:regain their S- :1Dz.;, 1fSD' .Dia :Sir ;ii4. i.lI" 1.
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w;' :: object can are placed in the hands of buyers.. :withadiseuetL, .
i.' I :t of the highest utility, and sustained by the UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United : Merchants'will be'able to form some idea of CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with; aterrible' .ruptnre. .f01'tt.iftf.tJ',.

t soundest principles of prudence, political economy THE Treasury, &., will attend,at the' the extent and.variety of our assortment,-when is scarcely a day passes but there area thfr greater ,part of?,the ftfca>.\S1e Lii'b- '.

W: .' and virtue. It shows how a physiological following'places, on the days specified! below;to. ,we state, that the value of our usual stock'of number of cases :of Consumption :reported as i oubledwiththorbttb d'8mf '

4? :r..i effect may be produced scientifically and with- take and receive proofs, by deposItions before this ONE ARTICLED is at least twice the value of cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's San parilla. I tering..of the heart,1rher! ; Ju U 1'f.
j ",:j outinjuryto the constitution, which thousands him in relation to the settlement and occupation the entire' stock of dry goods usually kept by The following was recently received: tressing, and 'n&s Jf umt11 t.DbbJ"tt.

;f : i attempt to accomplish by the most unwise and of all persons who obtained permits under our largest wholesale jobbers."This fact together ..DR.TOWWSEND-Dear Sir: For the .last leave !.bed., .TBV.ropture.- a 1R1 Ja
"/A' reprehensible means. The object is by no the Act of Congress, entitled"An Act to provide with the fact that our means and our three years'.I have;been afflicted with general and severe 'Shetried, almost tr1nm.t *,

:!i.; means new to the world. The means will be for the Armed Occupation and Settlementof attention, instead of}being divided among a vast debility, and;nervous consumption' of the last such cases;.'with'but littlel'DenefiC 'J l zs'ab-i.f"

..,;;.! esteemed by all scientific, right minded and the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida variety articles," are'devoted.wholly to ONE stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken bll' threes bottle*V YOUJ' letDtIt

i .I. sensible people as a discovery in physiology of ," approved August 4th, 1842, and who'ere will render the advantageswhich we can offer all. After going through!a course,of medicine medicine,abewas, entirely rented ollhi

; b :r:; the highest .consequence to public morals and occupauts under that Act and the Act amend, to dealers perfectly.:obvious;and it shall be under the care ;of some of the most distin of.the'heartland, the' J1Jptureh ..1_.,_.,.,

f PbNIh bappiness. tory thereof, approved June 15th, 1844, and 1 I our care that'none who visit our establishmentshall guished regular physicians and members of the .tirelydisapp: ii d. f '* -,1 ::

; :'-::! THE INSTINCT OF NATURE. who actually occupied or settled under said meet with any disappointment.Our Board Health in ;New York and elsewhere,. She.has chad .the,'drop1,-"ed" ,wa 't .

':.'.f' Love, and the desire for union between the. Acts and did not voluntarily relinquish and I .assortment is complete at all. scuons.of and spending the most of my earnings in attempting .mycK>wolleii.. We: had coidei that 't w.

;: sexes 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.so.benefited,as she hadofdisease sMha! nnpH ijiir
; j
: : 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 resolved : ; .But it has,as.strangt as i 1U1.'
?::;;: 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 ori to try it. After using six bottles I found it :,'pear, relieved 'her.of the dropsy. 1 !

J'!. ;'".. indulgence oflhe other; with marriage, and the base line specified in said Act.of 1842, ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection done me great good, and called to see yon at that this statement is .so strange_;J't 'p
:4 the unrestrained indulgence of the natural instinct thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Acts, he withdrew some time ago, has resumed your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost'like fiction, but it is.:' ,evertreality. !IICJd

. ;: ,very often suffering and misery of the viI:- business in connection with Messrs.Lee & most heartily thank yon for your advice. I persevere ;Your Sarsaparilla u'ibWulJtiaJ

l i' most fearful character. Who,,then, shall deny At Newnansville, Alachua County, on Thursday Judson, and assures his friends that the new in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uablernedicineand1 should be .used by CTOT;

. ). .')', to man (a free agent) the right to marry and 12th October, 10 days. concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to attend< to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have buD. ;IftMr.

":I'.:; to regulate the instinct of nature* At Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d this branch of trade, which formerly distin four months and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are'it4aeiijtj

YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE. October, 10 days. guished the other two houses to whieh he be and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular denToartnii jt

AtMicanopy, Alachua County, on Thursday, longed. June 25, 1847. 2y helped me beyond the expectations of all that Tours,respectfully- f '

.;"2..-:.. Young Married People, whose fortunes are 2d November, 2 days.At knew my case. CHARLES QULMBY. WIIiAM. T.OWSER,-JamtHt t
oft not yet established, will find in this work matt St. Augustine, St. John's County, on Thursday SARTAIN'S UNION MAGAZINE.OF Orange Essex Co.. N.J.. Aug. 2, 1847. ,-

; :''" ter to interest them deeply,and information of 9th November, 10 days.At LITERATURE AND ART, State ofNen Jersey, EI. ex County, "".-Chas. DYSPEPSY. 1'4

'E: .:: '; the highest value, which they should not ont St.Lucie County, on Monday, 27th Novem- 1 Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medldine has ev.r been ciIsmf f'

, .- t any account,be ignorant. of. Hundreds of Mar ber, 10 days.AtMellonville. FOR JANUARY, 1849.MRS. .. : his oath snith, that the foregoing statement is edwhich so nearly resembles the girtrir j:

. .,. ried People, now advanced in liCe have assured Orange County, on Thursday,. true,according the best,of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food aid
,, rtrcngiieaiaf
.. ;: .;:.. ; the author that if they had possessed such a 14th December, 10 days.At C. M. KIRKLAND AND PROF. 3. S. HART, EDS. belief. CHAS. QULMBY. tb organs of digestion as, this,preparation:'rf
t _! ? treasure in early life, it would have saved them Jan t Sworn subscribed
Ocala Marion County, on Monday, 1st and. to before me Orange, Samparilla. It positively cures
:';; t. more than half the suffering and deprivation uary, 10 days. Eighty pages of letterpress on new type and extra. the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, Lowtver severe or ,in>nicV cterj', cu* j tf.

i..L, they have since endured.j At Chocochattie, Benton County, on Monday, fine. paper, three superb mezzotinto emtcUish- Justice of the Peace. BANK,DEPARTMEXT,.AiBArr. May J< 1845." .

,: lC...;., UNHAPPY WIVES. 15th,January, 10 days. ments,and eight other 1.'ariedlustrfl..ions.. DR.'TownE>j>-Sir: 1 have been'afJ.jcffCl'for'sercl"'cll

.:,.: Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical At Tampa, Hillsborough Counts, on Monday, thai TWO CHILDREN SA YFJJ. years :with dispf{ia bajfs',: .itonT
.: ': condition and health totally unfit them to ben 30th January, 10 days; T HE Public are already aware the Union Very few families indeed-in fact we have forni;attendedith sourneef; &t .D\lth lcw

, :.. : < e'the mothers of a numerous offspring, and At Key West,Monroe'County, on Monday, 14th Magazine has changed i residence, as wellas not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's; of appetite, extreme heartburn .and a grist,p
10 changed hands, since .the publication of the Sarsaparilla in time lost children the aversion to all kinds .
"i : who reasonably fear that each period of confinement February, days. any past of food and forwetiaf
..;; : .: will terminate their existence, will At Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 December number, MeSsrs: Sartain and Sloana- summer while those that did not sickened1 and (what I could eat) have teen unable i-etaBi1;

-r':( hail the discovery of this certain means'of relief days. ker having purchased it of the former proprietors died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portien on my stonmci. .J tried tii?,

.it ;; with unbounded joy. Let all such unfor.4 All cases presented will be'examined and and transferred, place of publicationfrom evidence of its value, and is only another usual. remedies. ,' but'-they iad 1st littleefectinrenioving or ;.

. ,. tunate and unhappy wives lose no time in obtaining reported on, and persons interested are requested New York to Philadelphia. In addition, instance of its saving the lives children: tie complaint.: 'I was Jodvei,
, ;. this important work. It will be to themi to have their permits, depositions, and witnesses also, to the services of Mrs. Kirkland.who will DR. Tow sE -Dear Sir: I had two children ed; about months since; to try JotfrEiimiof "

.. : :'; a precious boon through life and prevent many ready, and be prepared to prove their continue, as heretofore, to,contribute'to its pages cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer Sar "pan1Ja, and 1 must suy ,with ,little.CQii'

:.;. *a early and premature death.HEREDITARY cases fully, in conformity with the printed. in- ,the proprietors have engaged,as an associ- complaint and dysentery one was only 15 fidence, but.after.using neatly two:' ilt'
\. DISEASES. structions forwarded each" imant. ate Editor. ,Professor John S Hart of P hiladelphia. -. months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite,restored and .the heartlwai
... HUGH ARCHER, very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely'removed, and 1 would, earnestly.
'c:. Scrofula Consumption, Insanity, Apoplexy, United States Treasury.Octt. It is confidently believed that the patrons of die .
Agent ; they were given up by. two respectable commend the use of it to those 1rho. bavtkta
4 !; Disease of the Heart, and other horrible cora- nl the Magazine will find signs, of improvement When the '
. 14, 1848. physicians. doctor informed us that I afflicted as I have been. Your.&.
:::. plaints capable of transmission from parent well Its
: as change.
' as external. appearance.. is we must lose them, we resolved, to try your W. W. VAN 2ANBT. '.
;. ;.r" to child, afflict many worthy people, who.at the HOLMES & CO. improved. For' evidence of thiS the reader Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had : N.B. Purchase. none,but such as bavcvnp
; same time are as capable of enjoying themselves I need only look for 'himself. In' the pictorial little confidence,there being so much stuff advertised pers that hIde the bottle completely and UT

>'tjf.t: .! in the marriage state as their more fortunate department, the Magazine 'may now.:.fearlessly that is .worthless: but 'we are very the written signature 6fSP.TOWKSEKPv4
; '. l\tTESSRS. HOLMES & CO. have removed
. fellow beings. Shall such persons refrain challenge comparison with any of its rivals.In thankful that did it ,
we ,for undoubtedly' saved Principal Office. 126
.LY. their stock of Merchandize.to the .Fultpu-sKJjuaBqill&if,
'. ;: from ,marriage on this account or shall they large to the LITERARY' :
:! \Ii character of the
respect the
lives of both. I write this that others N.Y. Staf
United may ;Redding & co. 8. e- t. .Boston ,IfJMI.-.
. the States
' building formerly occupied by ;
, and birth to feeble destined ,
: :: marry give a offspring, Magazine will be the earnest endeavor of all it.
be induced to Yours &
use ; respectfully 132 North Second-kt.
, rtitidelpliiaj ,
known'as the Government
),: life death? Building. They
to a suffering or an early concerned in its publication to secure for it. JOHN *
WILSON. Jr. S. Hance
. I have added to their stock the late arrivals druggist; Bahinfore'j Iwcr& N.
,4 Th;answer to such serious questions will be by the contributions of the best writers that the
} found in the.work here recommended 'from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods, affords. The Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, S pt.15J847. Richmond;tJ1. ;iM. :Cohen,'.Charleston;l.\\tipt.
country have
:. .: i proprietors
Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c; &c LUNATICAYSLUM kco.151.Chartres-st.New Orleins; 105Pearlst. $o tJa.t-,
4'.0',t'. EARLY MARRIAGES. which they are prepared to sell at reducelprices. entered, into arrangements for articles from James Cummings, Esq. one.of, the Assistantsin .Albany; R. Y un Enckirk. 292 c r.f)
::4. I. ;IZ Early Marriages are strongly advised by all almost every writer of distinction in the United the'Lunatic Ay slum,BlackwelFs laland.is the Market and Broadest s.Newark K.J. .a<4 W

: ; 4.' ::;' philosophers writers upon social and politi- They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, be States, of which they offer, what they.claim to gentleman. spoken of in the following letter: principal 'Drnggists1'and"''Mirchahts'gea nDj

:'j".i 1 ;; subjects. Early Marriages beyond all question Hides, and other produce of,the country, at the a number.very rezpcctable"fiist-fruit-in the present RHEUMATISM. throughout the United Slat esr West'Ijsdfes'ai4 (

:;'" .:' tend to promote virtue and happiness; highest Market rates, and make cash advanceson This is only one of more than four thousand the. anadas \M..REED'Agt'l1i( ,- .'.:;

:.\."" and with the power of regulating the procreative consignments to their friends in Savannah AN ORIGINAL OYEL.A cases'of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla JacksoutilJe Florida

4..p...I ( functions made known in this work maybe and Charleston, or New York. special feature for the present.volume will has ,.: red-The most severe and February 26,.1848. "JjBILLIARD .,. ,q;.
b entert.dinto without fear of :
:'i4.".. freely be incurring They have a new .article of Wrought Iron be the publication of an Original Novel, the chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -
. which sustained.
responsibilities cannot virtues "
Ploughs which they would respectfully call : SAroOKASD
manuscript of 'which has been purchased for
( ,
the attention of Planters. the purpose. The publication this novel ,Sept.14,1847. 4
:.i:1,-f Over Population of the Earth may no longer Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf will commence in the third number, and will in DR. TO'WKSEND-DeqrSir: I have suffered '
be The calculations ofMalthus terribly for nine. years with the rheumatism; >,
.1 t apprehended. no case be extended into the succeeding year, even -,' '. ',. '
1 and the wild fears of Robert Dale Owen A. M. R E E.D"HAS considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor "
are alike though large number of extra pages have.to THE Subscriber .has ,.wcentlj. punEssoi
rendered baseless by the, discovery here hand well assorted be printed to bring it to a conclusion before work; I.had the most distressing pains, and id fitted 'up'as ji'Billiard! SiJou s4'Darl
{ '. communicated to the world. The control oft ofGroceries on a the close of the volume. my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used oD, the spaciouVp'remfees foiii 7ly !- .
: : his accidents"in this four.bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and.they havedonnieniOre '
man: over respect, at least ned by Government.; ard bccnieiLancaster. :]-',help
4 ', is here established. Ths wisdom of exercising Provisions, DryGoods, Premiums. than one thousand dollars worthof .",He has also just 1inish.td a j1rDdid

.,(? oS l. such control, none who give the subject a moment's Hardware .&'c. viz The following splendid Engravings, suitable, good-. lam. so much ,better' .Indeed 12 amentirely Bowling Alley connected with.bis; cstabi1ael
Crockery relieved. You
':'i ; consideration can doubt- ; for Parlor Ornaments, have been engraved at I are at. liberty use ment,'and, at preseht.'the! onlv one in JnebWrf"ville7

1 HONESTY_ OF THE WORK Superfine Flour,in bbls and %bbls ; an expense of more than<$1OO0nd are offeredas this for the benefit.of,the, afilicted.Yours ,'which will be'open'tc tU Pnblie i S K tJ
Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers with respectfully, JAMES i CUMMINGS. day.nextithe October/ A ;he La fip t
n.There is no deception or humbuggery of ; Premiums in'connection the'M g-cuin. COULD NOT \ *
II. any kind about this work. it is precisely what n"ms BilCon, Pork,F M Beef Pickled Tongues; The price of either picture, (of itself$3. That', Dr.' .Townsend's; WALK. is the. great trouble and :.expense to aff id.1bii ijau l
Sarsaparilla .very
its title indicates, a scientific publication containing Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; A rtrait ; O.heallby4 recreation,'he tru :liis_ :extio1-
Gen. !
nhole-length Z.
large of Taylor best remedy for female complaints thereis '
Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White Beans 4 wfflberewardedl ; "t 'V hn.J
: ,; ; information of great value to married .
: ; those Irish Potatoes; Represented resting on his war horse, Old no disputing; thousands and ..thousands of .JoHLvCLARirwill always:keep :'on'chdcestUQUOBS .'
l j. people or contemplating
marriage expressed
weakanddebiitated.females '
. Oil Candles Whitey. Engraved on steeJ'in'; Mezzotinto that i were prostrated
,: Sperm ; by nd.HAV..u SIISI
in which all
. with plain language words can in understand Greenand Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee; J. Sartain. from. Daguerreotypes, taken. from' by those diseases to which females are :and_he,.feels confidentl that no'' raiJ1 'W
unnecessary put mere- Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses life expressly this plate.: ,Size of the work' subject were.soonin",enjoyment .robust found withhhr in. 1
swell the number outs ; this7 .t
to The ,
ly pages. whole Stuart's Refined 'exclusive of.the margin 24 by,16 inches. health.. ,,, ,. rtJp., ; '- -
1 story is told and the means of accomplishing Loaf Crushed, and Pulverised t 2 'j' I .J01U(..eWKi'1t. .
the objects of the work fully and Sugar; Group of Portraits of'the Washington Faintly. NewR1ept23-1847 ,.Jacksonvti4o2j,. 1'ol.aI" :' :' ... _j
faithfully given Rum Gin '- .',1 ; .R..TOVliRN rrJPcflr".Sits. :Mywife hafor l1 _---r-__ .- --. ..It, I
jt; so that the reader may avail himself of It at i Brandy, '; Whiskey, Alcohol,.Turpentine Including G n;Washington,Lady Washington the last 'been 'vOry.iickand: In :
year a greatly
I. ,. ;
; .. "
t.. once without purchasing medicine instrument Eleanor : -CALC'EDLASfl 'XR1&
; any ParkedCustjsjiGeorge
J .London'orter ;. Washington, reduced state of health;.being, reduced by a .
; ''r'L: ,or.other_ article. from the, author. The .. Wine; ,, Port Madeira and Champagne. Parke Custis;'_:and Washington's favorite Sertot. variety of complaints such as'females'afe liableto OGGINg&J( ..ot iJ ijid d .
.;-.' neuts protection which it recommends, may' Cordials Confectionary Preserves & .t .(:\Engraved in Mejzotmto!, on steel l, byJi !; she got so bad at length'that she was entirely P' tinue to "muiitfefexi. ;CAL 1N '
: .; alga be relied without fear of disappointment 0. I Sartain fromthe .
r. :
upon A Complete Assortmettt of.Dryj oods- I ; original l Savage. Size, u* v We.to walk,and was as helpless as a chUd; PLTERofsbb.tnta$1nes: ; ", p
:? or injury.PHYSICIAJS.
p4rt Calicos, Ginghams,Muslins Bonnet'and Taffeta exclusive: ofxnajrgiiv24by'16inphes.r i"" $# 'she commenced! using.yourSarsaparilla, andsheiithediate13 tcan'beprod.Q-d,AttUlo.yr. ; te'olltMJ o
S1 ] ,
i AND urPremiatnarCxiotironf'o1d
t..i a Remeinberj" f n\t 1 ..
gantoregainher strength f m*, .1J..t.II
Ribbons ,1 cat..tIi U ..
.; .Ja" '
; .J.ot .. .
'i ; CLERGYMEN from Magazine platest not worth the h 8f .ih..t : > : t.
; : > "I- Sheetings n l8hirungt bleach'd and blea h'd postage complaints t left herj/and; after taking several J'I'IDgcon\W.4llwn. ". .
1ti'I.:.c In all parts of the country have given their Irish Linen. Diaper, Bishops'and Long Lawn .; on their transmission'as' riaithe"case with .:.bottleseheIa i resto ed.. [Being1 a'singular ''rAtBTEREoT HR -PXZt"
in favor of the ; the offers of.some others. The Proprietors JLthought it might,do good.to publiahj -' LAND PLASTER bai1I
ttli' s testimony stronglY objects oft Cambrics.Jaconet.,Swiss,and.cross bar Muslins at 89 cts.per
tins work, and the nature of the discovery.We .- Hosiery, Hdlcfs, Gloves, Suspenders: ." ,. ;"i Sartai 's Un56n gazine intend in all instances She used a number.,of,remediea)ha'.d one her' ; 1 :Diteflt.o..e ]o.t1uf etot&J.!'
; '
., annex a few ot.these'recomaiendations: Ticking Linen,and Cotton Osnaburg S I when-a'promiae* is made. to5pr64ucefsometMngofreal *-* no good prevIouIy.: y nrsrespectfufly) I '.pbwarole1ana:1.t 'tJORN'XAVEN. U : r 0iJ
,, ; TV m V*
f, J1 4Y .. Jv ( -.ty ifo1kst. "" *
.4 tt. .. Nw-Yqai, Sept..13,1848. Wine white,and .brownrLincnDrill. for pants..1 ,. e.t',.');1' q ;: JOHN4tUtLl487"N' '. -1-cQtcuS.&cQ.4 *e
-I t- S 15 .. .
. TERMS: '1' ; -i t. qi- ; .
*t.1 :1
1 Di-R M WttssEl.uoFv-DearSir 'I &c1&c&o "
;t t, : should Uwftr ai-rSilk GinghlLnl.J.m i One copy' tth Magazin "ahd 6Heothe"f ** }} .. ; .,:,_ TOTZIE-ZiIDIELi :1' ;1 oc-I1849 '. -'."k. 9@SJiB. ;i
t j have ho question whatever that the means recommended Cotton. ,in steel, ; .\ ,.. t J }'
ij.t in your work,on 1ii1d-B irth, would and whale bone framesj ;' Premiums, ,!.l.f'U' S,/.u. fv'W '$3"oO'Two f t. GREATEMALE.. ... .' ,MEDICINE. t '. i r- "-''_" 'j.
-'I -
:!,i"., Accomplish the oljects intended considered in. Hardndr'e'fr Cutlery -Knives, Scissors, Razors' copies of,the.Magazine, and,one of ';-- DR.TqwTJSENp" >"3AB3AWiuiutis a sovereignand ; CARLtES: J\L.. .

\ reference physiological principles alone but Nails,.Hinges, Buz't:,.Knives and Forks,-Spoons,1 the Premiums,: ,. ,.'.\C"'f.hl"\ 5O0 se dy'cnre for wcipien consnmptipo'and ...AeIoNE-R: .f. 1I r

tf!'' I have also happiness to',know :that it.hast r Trays; rr"**** j: *$!:?.'*'!:*.. >t.' -r4* :- Five":copies r: tAJ eli: Magazine and one ot".f,1'.tb .for,theT'generalv'prOstratib: "of the system-no I., j ) .w. ,1JCKSON.Y&14r. g. 4'I

,( sto li the test of practical eiperiment. '-7s Collins Axes, Hammers., Hatchets Sawj; Premiums, and a.:copy of,the Mag-1." .: .' mAtter, iwhether her'resuU.tf inhht-n e .:. fl'Su.r i t at'1.1&'U' .n." .
' azine extra to *<*?'* ":si> *r10'! .
.t 'Tours truly E LE:DOYEN, Carriage Wrenches. Halter, Chains, Pots Ket- tho'Agentj'. ". ." "* '_"' '"ooSIngleCOp1et3 r; cause3,F04q ;bT 11tY;:jUnta..cr ,.to'aod' t 1W f d.4L\ :
*- .Profeu.r-.fFerylauofPa., &;&.', 1M : '; i- \ : :-] :: .SScts. _--"lde"J"" : ,, ',' 3 .-. t :.,".,, ..' Y_ekaoville1My8184tII ". ."l. .::,
A fewEifles-4ow priced"Powder FlasksT ,: .The tnust'accbmpany'e icli opier; NothtD'g' caD'De.more risiDgtl1an ib in. ;' -

1 ij' NEW-YORK]August; 1848.DU I'' .A.Qootf'.dl:, rtfMllt:of Crockery Tin Ware.! N9 t. f\ p.9 nl the. ; 'vig- r tf g'iffeCf&o J .tbebuman- frame.': Per2 .i'S .f'J. 1 J1L.. St, 'VTON. .: '. 1. :
R : pa&, .< Th' ". 01' ..it j. ,h 'b.-C'J. u. t. 1t "
, fi .JL WEtssEtHOFF"Sirt'The mO'aliet Boots&&oel..UV, om h'i iand Children's. postage /-I f j. t.t I',1t tJ.-litfiw.Jtjw.-' .'..-; sons all-weakness and lassitude'from taklogat4onc6 'J( 'I
; I feet of roch/information as y work'contains? ,_ Boots and s1i sot all kino%:f*s ?'"* '? : 4re.n&'ICO become r bust and fairdfnerjrr: nd ilh 'l 0.t. "of

.1 D: I believe to decldrflyrsalutary ':, '':The:'right. .AJranety. 'of Fancy'Articles,:Perfumery.,,MedV-: Third Stree--opposite_ Mercianta'.t' :change; lit its Influehcef Itfimmediately oounieracts'the' t' .: .: .: .,:' ri t ;.'..' ..: irIestoi, ,.SiC : '
: cinee;&.'" *..1-. . .-Deo.16,1848.! J'tJ.:. :.( t'1 PhiIMelp .> nervelessness- Qtkefemale fraioe. "'D' '9'.1 i
: J4 i
animal .
the instincts : hJc1ls'th.
'. cf miD to control cannot,be. : .t.' '.. '' .Jlo rrie.EfleY.1UoY .".. '.
,r questioned.: 1 think the work'will be them zii i' ,.Ja.cbonnlle'April1tCS-- 184&1). \ i i: :- J.Brourr"; c;to'.Ja I.- ". Ji" gr c.\ue'ot ( t f\( tJijt f I .' "C. ..: .:. ?
u- of doing much go o
; ">*: **" ----r .C.<:.Absynihe. >, Lemony..< ?" >''?i Ra1sIns'itroii .,'. : ; -i-..s county,-colored man-t who"says that his delicated'natnrej'to eWbJ"cerhficatea of cures I r1kr ;;h'8 a" .. \ ..,. e.w".: .
.J .
tt'li li ;I\i -1o. 8 gtanteyPark, N.-Y.,, 4' ,-n.\'" 1. -, reservN''. ,;."ungerresl4 ra_' ,b t i>: name.is ROBERT," c1lth belonWO 'Cromed.butwe can asOTte,the. .afflicted that .l. Yebf9S-, 1 or' -Io}l'
nH. The' Incip1 of 'mon, r and:Lobster in easei Sardines;::OlWijCrr .: -"to3I( ) tiST ;'sSoWSw .UJ .> .I' ted tL i.J "
:: Cheniisypp1IeI to; tb\; wnts ;'for>: egulating "; tJiU" .B1A lfLiD"lJ fct .The'niari J.";of a 'darkyabout plJxion R. .OWl'CSEND:. 'lwife: beIng ,, .1y4is ; AdrnIitMderNiU.- :. I

f the procreative functibus,'' as .stated.'Jix, your .PtRC. fir.. dLi"... rn fti'Wr> ; :fiyei}feet seven Inches. ihheight. ., "'.Ud. 8D. ss1d r a..rr"-'jr t'aknes.. 'W.'and<, ,..1y4isgea1deb1Uiyand .I..LL PERSO S a'ReIt ...th,. ... I'I

,, Book ,on'CJ"ad.BirthV'>pnldsatisfy; W.lafarmeJ well.. ':I _Dec.O. .,."...%.'". "., ,""._',_S"tt. ._.,I"7'41.,.J4.,.,_ .. .i f'l.rbbY.D---. ;. itlji.twent1; fi.;.l' iot..is&.fit: f H":i lUuenn CODuJ1UAl tnd. ] .b', pal':. i tal t er ,: :?i th .i."J08h *;miMk,!*ass
will .1 t2 .haying owic fled TW icf i i1i.1 fdiW( 1'1
that where
person j&at,tp$ object bf publica; J -"' 't.wl g4 yourmedicine. ,
(.1 UN'Af W lDg1 'and doable',barrel i t kt EtrH.J'W : ,. ." i shall ani1 vo4etrt;.Emrnie,3
"M alSo pieedsy accoant
tioDl9.ufd! 6i&tti 4 'with the wostiIM 1j..1: 't 9 JP".B.,. 1 i i rrBar>. B"jfJ- 4-q. ,. ,. Jt
: ; ntt da &J&Gkf a rlot qUU Ti for.eala-bir 1 'I 'A '.Jot"1 EJai1o?!Diya1eoiyul h IiJfJ -j Bearing Tccoramended for suclasssifl '::1 JRJt'he.D 7w.L.t.t .: .
wei' ur1 L8ULt r ;;.9. .tt ;. qbtafafeel ttHbbtHe irVo and .
; ; : MREEDP4r.leyr J ;D'0'.J t!tU)49f tt Described, Bxtract :01"- 1icJ UAgU feia4anddischargefrom

'I g I ''D.f Jt j. : Wrg. ,' 'Neii U*eriiii.1 70. DOlt PORTER'AND'SCOTPH" DJ4 KUBBEBOVER:8HOI F : .i'N pisapariflaTandlOwed4hid'IrcctIona! you : t t''i '
., r r
4 : :1. .I -_, .S_ ., ,1 'iJl"'HM..JiEBp .,.; J i 5<* ,<**ti< _.., tjTi"'. 1 TAmft* n- ri4 jtustedheom. ofiald titttb4reu Id' lt
Ark "feffitt s. <. ;j.. jSisfrjft& .Jos.i
ftJui t. -9 r-. t .t" f.}T- '.; (J *W|J/-W.< .uS' S,."$. ?w..<1*&" $ :4' / .I i New lu"11att law ,.. '.

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