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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 20, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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; b7'A'J made. in.ierI3ofl BY AOTUORITO.Actattd ., thorized by the ct of third'otMar eighteen In the office of the Register VJ ** *reajwry;. ting:advertiaiag,:.labor and fuel, two.thoui4;
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advertisement, must be paid for I hundred and forty' even, at ethonsandonihundred Foi"b1ai1k books, binding, .rintin ,'stationery doUar&{ 2 pi..
,unlessby' a reg customer. By referring .BcMlntloiui piuced a| the and';fifty"dollars.each : and hereby L.and labor, two thousand dollars... For idsceIliiieous.1t i i; one hunr 'h'$ ri

,the requisite sum.may be ascertained '8cttion .f die Thirtieth Ccngtra.. continued for one'year, and' of alt 'additional For miscellaneous' items, 'one thousand dol- flftI.dolIar&I: : It"
p nr terms with the advertisement. 0 messenger' six hundred -dollars, twenty-two lars. r' "* -#' .. .Lttlie office j.pJ Engineer t
.ad transmitted marked with the DUmb Ei'tJBuc.-o. 91.1 thousand eight 'hundred- dollars!" In!t!office Coma riDM' of, the- General Load For Hank books, binding, 1tatiODtr1.1W.'i -I
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|:y Advwtuwnent. continued until forbid AN ACT making .appropriations for the civil ) r'eompt sation of theSecoizil'Auditor,and Office* & and printing seven hundred dollars.. : .. -*. \\1 4
rfi .required,will and diplomatic expenses government for the clerks and messeiigerinbis office,'including 'For tracts books, three thousand three hun .. -For EBscelioneoua'.items, hundred 41*
for. the salaries f'threei.dditionalclerksat one dred and twenty..nen'doum., I*** t!
.a charged the year ending the thirtieth day.of June ? >. -
yjfite dollars will be charged for all announce- one thousand eight hundred and fort1 nine thousand one hundred and 'fifty dollars each, -For stationery,-'including-'blank. ,band J the office of f SurgeoA.GeneraL -1 .: i i3

, \ .ntt candidate, for o&ce. and for other purposes.Be authorized by the act of third March,'eighteen blank form, for the district land ofIicesj'p For blank! books'binding, stationery, pria. .
110 00 hundred and forty'seven,' and the salaries of of parchment and ting and fuel .hundred and t:
for Six Month., I I printing patents, advertising one e ghty &ire dol
One.qtiare it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives j
thousand : ij
nine additional clerks, atone dollars land sales in1 ,and handbill Iars.'O
and Creditors i 1000 newspapers fcnn, ,-. -
Kotice to Debtors offlie' United States of America in Con- each, (said additional clerks being'hereby authorized public notices,And printing circulars;office furniture ; For ueousllem. sixty-five ,
of mini.tration 5 00 i doUaxy..w
Application for Letters A great assembled, That the following sums be, to be employed for'one year), and In. and repairs of the eamCj.and pay of la [ tM 'ftAe.Clll7ltlo.Ortbumtil.,,.
AU religious notices, will be inserted gratuitrTAfladmissable and hereby are, appropriated out of any moneyin two hundred and dollars L For blank i :
1T eluding eighty-three borers employed in the office, twenty five thousand books,binding, tationery,printlag li liL
.VIU. the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for i and twenty cents as 'compensation 'to' A. B. eight hundred and_ twenty-elghvddlars .i and fuel,four hundred dollars. '- j
personal communications will the objects hereinafter expressed for the year Morton, for services in said. office in eighteen and seventy-five cents. .?J -. :; 4 ** For miscellaneous items four hundred doj

bPrhargf eight hundred and forty-nine; namely: six hundred and thirty-three dollarS 0 -.. I ,' 'tIII ; the bureau
\bills{ for Job Printing must be paid on the and : < cf Topographical Engineers,.,>
wnrk.U'AU LEGISLATIVE.For twenty' cents. tie. office of the Solicitor'ofthTreatouyr For blank:books,.bindinff,, jrtationeryr l it _
1ceT7 01 the be addressed to compensation and mileage of !enaorSand For 'compensation. of thirteen additional For blank books, bindIng' stationerjfprin- and fuel,seven hundred an4 fifty dollars. f. < _
cronmttnwat'xiM mud members of the House :f Representativesand clerks which Secretary of the Treasury is ting 'hrl' and blank"'forms'for returns of For miscellaneous .items,':five hundred doV \;(

.AVGv"cs C. GIM.FTT. potage paid..ge delegates, three hundred and eighty-eight hereby authorized to employ for period of district attorneys marshals, clerks of coUrt collectors law-. : 1 &

0 thousand four hundred and forty dollars. twelve months, from and after the passage of of the customs,1. and labor, one thousand For compensation superintendent and fou? :
.|.Weekly U.S. M. Steam-Packet Line For compensation of the officers and clerksof this act at a daily compensation not exceeding and fifty doll. watchmen the northwest executive building '

both houses of Congress, thirty-nine thousand three dollars, for the purpose expediting, as For'statutes and reports of the several States one thousand seven hundred and ten ,
B BETWEEN five hundred and ni'ty-seveu dollars and far as possible, the settlement of the accounts one thousand dollars. For the contingent expenses of said building:. .1 tr.-

fifcy cents. of paymasters of the army'of the United States, For cases for books and papers, fifteen. hun- viz: for labor, fuel, and,light,.:two .thousel 2
& PAr ATKA FLA. For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other and the accounts,for arrears of pay of discharged dred dollars. four hundred dollars. ;JI ,fi:
SAVANNAH contingent expenses of the Seuate, seventy-five and deceased officers and soldiers, recruiting las.or miscellaneous items, two hundred dol For rent of additional offices and fuel for tat
BY THE WAY OF thousand dolltrs. officer's accounts, andthe accounts of captains : -. : -,. same} eight thousand -five hundred dOllaraaj!:

DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MARTS, GEO.JACKSONVILLE ; For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other companies, for company clothing and equipments For compensation of a superintendent ProvidedThat the said appropriation rea* I. l r
BLACK CREEK AND contingent expenses of the House of Represen- the sum of twelve thousand dollars. eight watchmen of the southeast executive buil shall not be construed .a pledge or'guaran it

PICOLATA, FLORIDA.In tatives, and including the compensation of a For compensation of the Third Auditor and ding,'three. thousand four hundred. and twenty tee on the part of the government, to rent said ti
connection with the Charleston Daily clerk to the Sergemt-at-urms, at the rate of the clerks, messenger, and assistant messengerin dollars. 0 0 offices after thepresentappropriationb exhsss ,.ji .

Mail Steam-packets at Savannah, the steamer four dollars per day, during the present session his office, thirty-eight thousand three hun For contingent'expenses of said building, viz ted. $ .
SARAH SPALDING, from Palatka to Lake one hundred and seventeen thousand seven dred and fifty dollars. for labor, fuel, and light, seven thousand seven For miscellaneous items one thousand si$ 'i1 !
Monroe the U. S. Mail Stages from Picolata to hundred] and fifty-six dollars and fifty For compensation of six additional clerks in hundred dollars. hundred, .,t.

St.Augustine and from Black Creek,via. New. cents. said office for one year, two at/twelve, hundred For rent of additional rooms and four watchmen IVY DEPARTMENT. 1 JJ
nsnnille Alligator, Mineral Springs and Col- LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.For dollars each. and four at one thousand dollars ,and' including iron safes,hose to:'guard For cdmpensaticm of the Secretary of.00 the Ha !

mnbus, to Tallahassee. compensation of li librarian two assistant each, six thousand four hundred, dollars. against fire fuel, repairs and labor six thou vy, and the.clerks.- messenger,and assistant i ;
OC1MULGEE. Capt. A. Cii.&s.T. E. librarians, and messenger of the library, four For compensation of the Fourth Auditor and sand nine hundred and eixtyfive dollars. messenger in.his office ,twenty-one t:

: K.l'TTHE'f.s U P.:ICXELTY.Th thousand live hundred dollars. the clerks and messenger in hii office, including For miscellaneous items..one thousand seven nine hundred:and fifty dollars. 7. i
leave Savannah TCESDA For contingent expendes of said library, eight four hundred and two dollars/for/ services rendered hundred' dollars. For compensation of the chief > j t

packets M at 10 o'clock every and arT hundred dillurs. by William Brown it said uffice; in WAR DEPARTMENT.For of Navy Yards:and Docks, and of ftbeBu'j tlf
nd SATOH.DAY RMNG ,
"ie at Picolata in time ,for the Mail Stages to For purchase of books for said library, five eighteen hundred and forty seven, twenty thousand compensation of the Secretary of War, ginee'e, draughtsman clerksj and messengers'ia 3 )l'J

to St. Augustine before night eveyThursUay thousand tbllars. five hundred and fifty-two dollars. and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger his office, including e salary of one thousand !
go through and Monday. For purchase of law books for said library, For compensation of two clerks in said office, in his .office, seventeen thousand eight. dollars. for. additional clerk for one year, el* J 5 3?
one thousand'dollars. fit one thousand dollars each, authorized by the hundred and fifty dollars. even thousand four hundred dollars. J t
Returning, leave Palatka every TUESDAY and For paying to Thomas Jefferson Randolph I. act of third March, eighteen hundr'and forty For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian compensation of the chief of the Bureau < l

FRIDAY MORXING, at 7 o'clock,touching as above executor Thomas Jefferson, the sum oftwenty five, and hereby continued for one year, two Affairs, and the clerks, messenger, and of OTdnmc 'and Hydrography and of'the 1.1 *||f

I each way. thousand dollars, for all the papers and man- :, thousand dollars. assistant messenger in his office, eighteen thou draughtsman, clerks, .and messenger in his o& :1* :
They ure both Icir pres-scre boats, in complete uscripts of the said Thomas: Jefferson: Provided, For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and sand seven'hundred dollars: Provided, That ficel1inetliousand hundred dollars. .1
order, and handsomely furnished in every respect said T.J. Randolph shall deposite all the I the clerks and in his office inclu- from of
That messenger [ ] one of the salaries of one thousand For compensati n tthe chief of the Bursa 1,;
f ; are commanded fcy gentlemen of well said papers and manuscripts of a public naturein ding the salary of an additional clerk, at eight six hundred dollars in said office there shall .Construction, :Equipment'and .Repairs, and l
r known experience-on tie route, and their patrons the state Department and execute a convey hundred dollars per annum fifteen thousandsix be deducted the sum of,two ha.ndred'dolwr of the assistant constructordranghtBmanclerxs t

I are assured that e' ery attention will be ance thereof to the United States. : hundred dollars. and that the same be added to one of the salaries and messenger in his office, thirteen thoossaa, !: l ..;;
I pad to the safety andcomfort of passengers For printing and publishing the said papers : For compensation of the Treasurer of the in the same office of one thousand dollars ) one hundred dollars:. Provided, That when a

and to the careful handling of freigkt. and manuscripts the sum of six thousand dollars United States, and the clerks and messengerin so that the former shall be at the rate of one captain in the navy shall be the chief of the bu p \t

\AGEVXSt or so much thereof as may be necessary : his office, thirteen thousand seven hundredand thousand four hundred dollars and the latterat l'e-u;he shall receive the same pay to which he ; l..i
:Brooks &"r npper, Savj anah.. Provided, The said printing and publishing be fifty dollars. the rate of one thousand. two hundred dol would be entitled if upon other duty : f
A.A. PfLonne Doriea.Brunswick. done under the authority of the Joint Committee For compensation of the Register of the lars. For compensation of the chief natal eoastrae .", 1'
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Q. Fritdlander, I! on the Library, the whole or any part Treasury, and the clerks and messenger, and assistant For the compensation of the Commissioner of tor and the engineer in chief six thousand del* .
John Bessent, St. Marys. thereof to be printed as the said committee may messengers in his'office,twenty-eight Pensions, and the clerks and messengers'in his lars:; .. ,J.i

Fernandez.& Bisbee, Jacksonville Black Creek. 1 direct; and a like sum for the purchase and thousand eight hundred dollars. office, including twenty-three thousand four For compensation of the chief of the Bureau : i.,

.1. Coy. Picolata. printing under the same conditions of the pa- "For. compensation of the Commissioner of the hundred and twenty-two dollars' and fifty-six of Provisions and clothing;.and:'of the clerka

Geo..Oo'oley.Hawkins Palatka. pers and manuscripts of the late Alexander General Land Office. ,and the recorder,draughts- cents, for per diem compensation to' .1t1SeTn and messengerin his office,-nine thousand. three it 1
B.'p ,
Cbarl ton.K .I Hamilton. "rnari .assistant draughtsman, 'clerks, messengers additional-clerks,-on 'bounty -land business, hundred dollars:. ProvidedThst when raeaa, .II
I. Lantte & Co. -
; EXECUTIVE.For assistant and packers in his thousand and' shall occur of the t.
0 B.-4oois to the Agents for- messengers forty-one twenty-two dollars and cy a purser navy the United r
warded free of com'T1's consigned iou. Freights from Sa- compensation of the President of the office, eighty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty-aix cents The'salary,of the Commissioner StateS of not less than.ten years standing .
vannnh and Charleston and ail i United States, twenty-five thousand dollars. eighty-eight dollars and seventy-five'cents. of Pensions shall hereafter be three thousand. shall be assigned to duty as head of,said bo 'I
way freight For compensation of the Vice President of For compensation of eight additional clerks dollars per annum, commencing from the first reau/receiviug for his services no eoml"I.
payable by shippers. he United States, five thousand dollars. in said office for one Year. at one thousand dollars of January. eighteen hundred and fOrtT, 2ht. except his highest serviceraT. as a 'BmraBr- vf .
September 30, 184S.ITIICDICAL ly DEPARTMENT OF STATE. each,eight thou.and'dollars.For For compensation of the clerk' 'and"g'-messenger I For compensation of the hiefoftheBuofMedicineandSurgery1andofthe ij' 5i$3r

NOTICK. For compensation of the Secretary of State compensation 'of the Solicitor of the in the office of the commanding' General derkjijraa*

WILSON and VAN WYCK late Pro- and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger Treasury, and the clerks and messenger in his one thousand five hundred dollars. sistant surgeon, and messenger in his office,& :5?
DRS. sor Surgery in the Franklin, ( Medical in his office, including a salary of two office, thirteen thousand six hundred andfifty For compensation the'clerks and messenger -. thousand eight hundred dollars. r .j m.'r

College of Phil delph lI. have formed thousand dollars per annum for a clerk whose dollars, the salary of the copying clerk under ; in the office of the Adjutant General'including "contingent expenses 'OCUlI department| # M'
) a co
partnership for the practice of MEDICINE and duty it shall be to examine claims of the citi- the act of June',seventeen, eighteen hundredand one additional permanenticlerk at an annual .and all the b rea connected thereWith: >

SCRGERi' and for the INSTRUCTION OF zens of the United States against foreign governments forty-four, in his office, being hereby increased salary of fourteen hundred dollars,nine For blank boob binding, stationery pria 4rIf
MEDICAl/STUDENTS. and ,claims of the latter against .the to eight hundred dollars per annum : thousand and fifty dollars. : tingand taborfour1tbousand dol1ara.c' .':V }

Patients from a distance can be well accommodated I former, and to perform such other duties as from the first day of'July. eighteen hundrJ : For compensation of clerks temporarily employed 'For newspapers and periodicals,two hundred ., l .1:
State I and forty-eight. ; in said thousand dollars. ."
and reasonable either at the the Secretary of may designate, twenty office,.one dollars.: k. .
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Hotels! on terms eight thousand three hundred dollars. CONTINGENT EXPENSES, OF THE TREASURY -' For compensation of the extra clerk employed For-'sctUa.rieouaitem 'one 'thousand JBX
or Private Boarding Houses of the city .
ud For'the incidental and contingent expensesof DEPARTMENT.In in said office one month and five days, dar hundred dollars !
receive 'SuchMed-
ical can and from attention the Subscribers their said department, viz : the office of the Secretary of the Treasury. ing the fiscal year ending June thirtieth;eigh- For compensation of superintendent and thret f 1
Surgical as cases mayJequire. For publishing the laws and packing and For blank books binding, stationary, labor, teen hundred and forty-seven, one hundred dol watchmen of the southwest executive building, 111

A immed number of OFFICE
iill be will be with proof reading labor, boxes and transportation, mails translations, printing, including the pub For compensation of clerks and messenger in lars. 'l3fs
eeivM. who supplied
i Books. Plates. and other nine thousand dollars. lic accounts, and for collecting and preparing the office of the Quartermaster General.seven .For contingent expenses of said building )f.J1
AntrntcL; PreparaBS in of the States information to be laid'before fifteen c
For publishing newspapers Congress, thousand three hundred dollars. 'YU'r.(.J
:: -will be repuiurJy eximinrd in the progress and Territories the laws of the United States, thousand two hundred dollars. For clerks and messenger in the office of For labor fuel, and light, ..thousand. sis
of the mode
rsJed their studies, according cities-will to be ten thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous expenses, two thousand Clothing and Equipage, at Philadelphia, four hundred and seventy-five dollars, :. :f It
in the Northern
.JI- lirge: For stationery, blank books, binding, labor eight hundred dollars. thousand-two hundred dollars. For the rent ofaddiUonoffi-,'and fuel {

l..ught*nI will to be compound instructed Und in the dispense minor Medicines day, and attendance, furniture, fixtures, repairs, For arrearages, due Robert, Mayo, nine For compensation clerks and messenger in for the use of the Navy'..Department. ) three ,4 !H'
Jrt every painting and glazing, four thousand four hun- hundred dollars. the office of the Paymaster General, nine thou- thousand dollars. V %'7 'nit
a of th?Surgeon-Bleeding, Cupping Ban- For the of balance due on the For miscellaneous 'j
dred dollars. .payment a sand one hundred dollars.Forcornpensation items," one;thousand;cue .rf ,
.t&pn$. &c. .c. For printing, (letter press and copper plate) Treasury books to the legal representatives of clerks and messenger in hundred and fifty dollars. i : ;- -

.Perhaps no Private Office in any American advertising, books, and maps, two thousand John Habershamlate, Georgia, deceased, one the office of the Commissary General of Subsis 1 For J payment of expenses frigate Macedonian ;, J '
1 1titJ will afford a greater variety of new and apjwiei thousand nine hundred and dollars twhilst -
dollars. twenty-five tencej five thousand three hundred dollars employed under ra resolution of 4J, t
cilitittlor remedies or present more practical fu- For newspapers, two hundred dollars. c and ninety four-cents: Provided,. That before Fpr compensation of three additional clerksiu Congress,.in carrying,provisions to, Irelasd| : 3i'1

students. For miscellaneous items one thousand dol payment, ,the proper accounting officers of the said office'for one year, at one thousand. dollars such sum (not exceeding sixteen thousand del S. I
bell connexion with this department, it may Treasury shall ,be_ first. satisfied that the said each three thousand dollars. lars) as the accounting officers'of the Treasury l 1 iJ

to state that as soon as possible, ant lars.For extra clerk hire, two thousand dollars. balance on said books is justly.due. compensation of the clerks' and messenger charged with settling the accounts of this navy, Ii
1 Jfirnirrforthe reception of both Medical and For compensation ofsuperint ndent and four In the office of the First Comptroller.For in the office of the Chief Engineer, five under't the direction of'the 'Secretary of,the :i' I.

Ml Erg.cal Patients will opened, when students watchmen of the northeast executive building, blank !books,binding,. stationary, print thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. Navy, may find to have'beeinutaa.lI7 paid by 1 n'i

t Ufethe opportunity practically studying. one thousand seven hundred and ten dollars. ting, and labor, one .thousand seven hundred For compensation of the clerks and messen- the commanderi'maklngJ1oallowaDc'.for.hJj i
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*se& j. T. WILSON ; M. D. For contingent expenses of said buildingviz: ; dollars. ger in the office of the Surgeon. 'General two pay.which"he:declInes to receiver and deduct 4 (.

AOibnee C.. C. VAN WYCK.. M. D. For labor, fuel, and light, two thousand. two. miscellaneous. items, three' hundred'dol. thousand six hundred and:fifty dollars.' ." ing from the.wholer;amount paid by hhitI1e .2 .1 i

Aug. 5, 1848. 6m_ hULdred dollars. -' l&rs. For compensation of'the clerks'.and'messenger earnings of the ship'i &::1
MONROE HOUSE For miscellaneous items, one thousand one ,In the office of the Second Comptroller. in the office of the Colonel' 'Ordnance, 0 OST- 'OFFI :DEPARTMENT, : : \

hundred .dollars. For blank books,. binding, stationary; and eight thousand six hundred and fifty. dollars. 'Fox'threessaistajit compensation;oftheTostmasterGeneraL' .: ;

0* LAKE MONROE FLORIDA. For .the purchase of such scientific,works as printing blanks: including for the.National For 'compensation of one clerk temporarily 'postmasters'general,' ii .
,?RIS new building is now being fitted Inlelligoncer and to be filed bound,and in said office six ; :- -' cler&j f 1
.it are necessary for the ,use of the Patent Office, Union; employed hundred and nine messengers iatant messengers and watch n
UFIQr the accommodation of those who fifteen hundred dollars., I preserved for the.use, of the.office, sevendred4ollai hoh- 1 dollars. 0 men of the (department: serenty-four thou. 4A

JMJI our Lake for the winter season. The For compensation 'of librarian, three ,hundred ,,;. ... f compensation: of the clerks and messenger 8 d'aiX hundred dollars r "* S

Eoue oule tct1rcely one mile from the Enterprise ,dollars.: 'I For labor,'office,furniture, and miscellaneduaitems *"* in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers., For compensation of four clerks, under the'J J J
jj &* springs of the same quality in For the collection of agricultural t statistics eight hundred.dollars.;, four thousand nine hundred dollars. I' act'Of'nineteenthMay,' eighteen liundted and

11 kibiaity.4 post office is at hand, and is at and other purposes thirty-five.huhdred dollars 'O ,.In th ffic of the.First 4uditor. |!, Conttngehces the War';Department. forty-eight/for'six'months,' at' tho rate of-i. it t 1.t

.. e Jandiu.rofthe steamer upon the Lake. ;. which .several sums,. amounting in the ,For,b -nk.book*; binding, ,stationary, labor, For incidental,.and, contingent eI of thousand dollars'each,,\ per< annum' two' thoo* 0 \
tbIIb.0fleiprietcr pledges himself that no effort whole to five,thousand. three, hundreddoUars, and printing blanks one thousand dollars. said department,and the various offices and bu- I dollars: r; ,NI 1

&edon tig part that will conduce to shall be paid out of the.patent fund. .For miscellaneous.! items. ,.seven- hundred,and 1't connected therewith 'vizi t 'For1'compensation. ;temp\irary'clerks. ,two. t.
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'& ,comfort of those who may favor him with For defraying the expenses chemical analyses fifty 0 doll rs. In the'office of the Secretary of-Wart thousarid'dollsrs. -" -. .n- .. qt J.

nage.1RGIL R. DUPONT. of vegetable substances produced aud used ,Jn'the ojice of the ,Second 4udilcr.'Forblank For bankbooks, binding stationery! ; labor, :'For"compensation' of'the''superintendent of :. J

!gP: County, Florida October 20, 1848. for.the food of man and animals in the United : .i t books. ,. ..binding tdl17't'labor and printing}!'and newspapers and periodicals, the 'st'oB. building,,. 'twd'hundred'and fiftV 5
.1 tt States to be expended under'the.direction of I and printing,blank 'one. '' ;
r the Commissioner of Patenteone. thousand and"sixty.dollars. .", *For'books*,'maps"T ,.,', and' ",plans- 'one-thousand,c' 'F the contingent'expenses tjDid depart* I, :, .I 3
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i. Notice. dollars .the said sum to, be paid.out of the patent : muse office oftise Third 4uditor \'dol1ai1.'t. 0 mentTiz: 0:!* .
'A. THE fiUJBRCHlBER has leased the ; Por1lankbookabhiding] statione- i,'s miscellaneous items five hundred and fifty 1'' 2'b'1)c: "-' rI 'J
JIe fund. r : ; printing,. : binding. .staUoneryi 'ins J 14.i
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famJ" occupied by Mr. Hdch'OD TBEA8URY"DEPABTMENT. f1;'and labor :eight hundred dollars.v .* d t- oil, labor, printing and daywatchmen six 'or'

IAr.+i ifnown 88 Hart's old Boarding For mpensaUon.Aot. 'the :,6ew &ry of:the !. ( 'IsiIne'- r:Itebia i.Li ,; _o'hndred4oi-: ', In the office of. the Corn, oif.. -Indian'AfSlVv thousand r' one hundred' and sixty'd .-'L.- -> $J if
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tt1 &fianow prepared to accommodate ,and the clerks'"messenger, and assistant .lri-:: -i: : ': V fair:. 'i 'For. nascellaneoua. iter'' ;eizht .Ii1 ddoJ JJ
,b1 nay .see fit to patronize him'and d as. Treasury, ,l 17' 4 :FW/ti 4udstoi i 5 For blank and five }ars' ': 'c "- *%* & u.
kr th messenger in hit.lom r':,tirentyeeven.thousand :: 1 iJ ofthe books binding, .. stationary,;. "<* .
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'ttM tat no paios rill be spared to en. : eight hundred IJi fifty>dollars :,:, : "'; 'I'orbl. nkba, k:' 'bmdi.,.. ,. rin.!' hundred d OUAl'llo'n- : lars.For7 0. .. I A." >
t4.tD. :cot Arfsommodioas stable is for compenwtion ofthe, First Comptrollerand .ting, anl.laaruyr.'a.; ''&eten'-aUll 1. gdr',1.1''d&. 'y d9l.l&irs. J5For Ubbrone, hundred d L '. 'repairs of the--"s m ,bul1dm. g' '.: a
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RdflIt1atIr"s Notice. the salary'of;a .additional, clerk, at. thc:hundred'JdJ,.! t"l;<, dollars.' :., fuel,1nthO i. diwohun.dred'd U aiulsist messenger.in- :. l
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.iT, PERSONS ifctamted in the :Estate of twelve.. hundred dollars, authpmed by/the.act ,t-p.l4fr" i "iDt'' .. .'' .,eous. "T. ,,. .'th 00'" ".r1iiinai.'-_,' -" ". "-:>idEn :For, y.*miscellaneous'f** to.;, .' '00'.fteightinn4reddpl..-T* '."'.;n'-' ..1 'fire'For thousand' 'dght'hunired' I
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'tW& aoooiinta and seven, d .and"fifty'dollars 1pTbjaukbooks;,m 1ng;,'and, ;.aam7, ,\ ou'UrP h dred'dolt :'dollars. mOi1t't. hmea Ja'kr.
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:, ,.,r'J ----a-g--48UREtOIt'&ri THEIR CLERKSfti Pennsylvania avenue,, Dcl si l.a part of the sis tent with this pioisI&u,aj .hereb1 repealed.For ., lectian, thirty thousand sSe hundred fif- .Pozoc1&ru...'.. .. .

'if! : For compensation of the surveyor general public grounds at the'President's, House; for the bppor ,-attention and medicaItreat.; 'ty-three'dollar, *. f ft: & ] el) to ; .lP -ii". -'
t1i.. ttorthwestiof the Ohio 'and'the clerks in his enclosing public groundsiat the noith&ttd meneottwe1e transient pauper medical or lug i For!The purpose;of raforing, by reconstruction -heexgeuesotthepo "c, S
:1'r.J 6ffiee", eight thousand ] hundred dollars south of the Capitol,itlhe if estern frtjrt of the ical patlentia: the Washington Infirmary, .two: unaetth e. direction(of the Secretary of cessarytbbet ployed'w_-: '- '

:;.. ,,' compensation of the surveyor general! of Capitol, and the public grounds at the south thousand ;dollars, to.be expended under 'the 'State,"the. '.;maps showiag.:the-demarcation of notes of surveys for thethenvatiUtseatctgote purpouf L
.;"trJ h( Illinois andvfMissouri"and: the clerks in hiof- front of the President's House with wooden supervision of the Commissioner of Public Buildings boundary under thetreaty':of Washington, of t. u

4 .-!'J ficc five thousand eight" hundred and twenty. f 1Cts.; grading said 'grounds; for suitable : Provided, That physicians and surgeons August ninth, eighteen hundred forty-two, pl1rpos? t"ea 1-t1r .tt G1IIII,aiat twillL
d .' trees for planting numry, seventeen thousand of the aforesaid :infirmary, give bonds :for the which "weredesroyedbyx:-'at the city of fifty4ollars.; ., --

fi':EI i For compensation of the surveyor general of i four hundred and ninety-seven dollars and maintenance twelve paupers. transient duringone Washington,the night April seventeenth, 'S For,detached iuryejI, o
'his four if be made for their reception eighteen hundred and forth-eight and of procuring Missouriat. a
Lot, and the clerks in office, fifty cents. year, application rote. D t U ;
.-4 :\... thousand five hundred dOthtr8.V .For lighting'Pennsylvania avenue from the or bind .themselves to, keep, roomfor; the. .authentication- S thereof,'ten S thousand S per mileon account of thedlffi eulII.1 lit.

tl 1r -',For'compensatien of th s surveyor gen ral'of Capitol square to the Treasury Department, the accommodation,for twelve. pauper patients. ., ". ;dollars.' ing lakes and swamps, four tJaOlllNld v.F .J
$ Florida, and the clerks in his office, five thouatid and compensation for one lamp-lighter for the' weekly, on ah average, during the year. "For repayment to Virginia of money paid by rl'correctOD.-Or' .*rrroeoisurreys -
''(i rs.: .;r.. five hundred dollars. same" and*for 'lighting: Capitol and, Capitol ,For .bringing to the-seat ot-government the I that, .State, under'judgments: of her 'courts in Illinois .and,Miswariexceeding "a'. "i
r r.i ;.J( *,For compensation of the surveyor general of grounds, and President's House, six thousand votes for President,and.Vice President of the against ,tier, to revolutionary'ofBcers andsoldierspseiitatzTesfo2' six dollars per VTorretracing : -

: f 1't Wisconsin and Iowa,and the clerks in his office dollars to be expended under the direction of United States, nine.thousand dollar*:;Provided, ha -pal two" hundred dollar. .
., ..t' eight thousand tir nundred dollars the Commissioner.of Public Buildings. That from after the passage of this act th'per.. and commutation. of half-pay, a sum not ex* in-the State ijIIi
' .. For compensation of _the Commissioner of 'For annual repairs and painting of Presi- son appointed by the electors:of any: .State todellver1in ceedihg! :eighty-one thousand?,two.hundred andsenntthree supply lost field notes and for tprivate' i ;
"'B; I,' Public Buildings in Washington two thousand dent's House; gardener and laborers, manure, the President.of the Senate a list of dollars and seventeen cents:'Provided 'clums," two 'thousand, fodollars. -
., ,. '.,. dollars. leather, nails-, tools, cartage. &.. for the the votes for President and,Yice President shall however, That'.the' agent 'of said Stateshall .
'4' :L :' For compensation to four 'assistants, .draw- grounds about the same; repairs of the fence be allowed on delivery;of said :list. twelve'and first deposits'authenticated copies of the For the location of private cJaiaa j: -, ,

.'1 t.. \. keepers' at the Potomac bridge, .including.oil at.La Fayette square, Fountain square, President's an half cents for every..mile of the estimated acts or judgments:under which the money was tion ,of:.surveys Ja Louisiana, Q.dati.

1 :: for lamps and machinery, firewood and repairs, garden, and repairs of gardener's house, distance, by the most,usual ,route,. from the paid.by the State Virginia:... ,_ -h) Greenburg district fourteen thoII, i.
4-t-1 I four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. eight thousand three hundred and sixty-eight place of meeting of the.lectors for such State For the payment to Richard Fields of the balance 'dred and,thirty! dollars. a.F.. .
. _: ,r i .f MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. dollars and twenty-five cents., to the sea government fortbeU itedSt.ates, 'due him on the certificate the'commissioners For retracing in the State" of, itth
'32::: ;.<' ". At Philadelphia, riz .* For grading, draining, planting, and enclosing going and returning; and all laws, inconsistent of Washington city;of June the,twenty supply field notes destroyed by 1 ;
. I, For salaries cf the director, treasurer,chief I with wooden fence the grounds south of with this proviso, are hereby repealed. fifth,eighteen hundred and}forty-seven, a- sand and fiftl.dol1 eIii..
..ff' f i' coiner, assayer, melter and refiner, eagraver, the President's House and extending to the For expenses of loans and treasury notes, fifteen warded and decreed to him under the sixteenth For additional compensation tot S ,

:: ;'.;. assistant assayer, and four 'clerks nineteen, canal six thousand dollars. thousand dollars. article of the treaty with the Cherokee nation ties as set forth in the I

$*.'I&:,! thousand two hundred dollars. F /jj?: ; X For wages of workmen,twenty four thousand the session Congress, one thousand dollars. relief of sick seamen, twelve thousand.dollars.To I 'six, six.nunurea aouars., For mineral. land service- -5-

" I,;*; .'..!. dollars. For painting the Capitol twenty thousand enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives To pay.Samuel Walker for wprk done at the requIrements, of the acts of the -y -"
;I f.; For incidental and contingent expenses, including dollars. to pay for two,thousand seven seven Norfolk hospital, fifty dollars.. .? third March, wgliteshhundrtdi zicftol11n1a4'YIS
:; : fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, For compensation to James Crutchet for extra hundred and sixty copies of the, CongressionalGlobe LIGHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT. I : _,
:'1tr... ; repairs and wastage, in addition to available work done in making the necessary fixturesfor and Appendix for the second session of For supplying light-h iiS (con'aining 'two '!compensation of geologists.' .
? .. 4 funds. on hand, seventeen thousand three hundred lightning the Capitol with gas,!.two thou- -the twenty-ninth Congress, delivered to the thousand nine hundred and seventy-six lamps) legists laborers packmen and, fcatar'
' 1)". -';I and forty.four dollars. sand eight hundred and seventy-seen dollars members of the House of that Congress, under with oil tube-glasses, wicks,buff ukiris, whiting, penses .attending the geological lddQC S
jJ'f': For specimens of ores and coins to bereservi and eighteen cents. the.resolution of first March, eighteen hundred %nd.cotton, cloth; tran'sportation.'and other ex- and survey Q(the mineral lands,iaSSYiconsin ex .
. i* at the mint, one hundred dollars For pay for removing the mast and lantern and forty-seven, eight thousanl two Hundred penses on the same, and for repairing light. \ ,:and.Iowa, including the saoS
ti '' At Charlotte, North Carolina, vi:: above the dome of the t'apitol, three hundredand and ight'dollars'-' ing apparatus, one hundred and forty thousand o.uire4 for thethird. .andfottrth ,
>$.-% :'le For salaries of superintendent, assayer,.coin- twenty-three dollars: and for the purchaseand To enable the Clerk of the' House of Representatives three hundred and ninety-four dollars and six- year ending the thirtieth- of JIiD quartUa'ii or 11
: .',., ;: "rtJ e r; and clerk, six thousand dollars. erection of lamps and lamp-posts of iron, to pay for two thousand seven, hundred ty-two cents. hundred and forty-eight
.j... f-1 t. For wages workmen, three thousand five and for the laying of gas pipes,and other necessary and sixty copies of the Congressional S For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting, '.'S ; forty tk. .u.. :r-
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" .r'$[: hundred dollars. fixtures for lighting the Capitol groundswith Globe and Appendix of the present session,under and improvements of lizht-hoises and buildings lan.Fo .compensation of and'
: : ,. Tor incidental and contingent expenses, including gas, to be expended under the directionof tha resolution of first March, eighteen hun- connected therewith, seveityheight thou- expensesin collectiag agent tfierenuie hi_
.: :'':j fuel, materials stationery repairs and the Commisskner of Public Builiings, a sum dred and forty-sevenwhen they shall have been sand eight hundred and eighty-iiIne dollars and the leases and permits issued to n\i

1i! !: wastage. two thousaid one hundred dollars.. exceeding ten thousand dollars. delivered. the members of the House of Representatives sixty-seven cents. ,others in Michigan and Wisconsin lawni U4
r' .t' .. .. At Dahtonega, Georgia, viz For laying gas pipes from the main gas pipeat sixteen thousand five hundred and For salaries of two hundred and. seventy-three sand hundred dollars. '-,. ".:" .' "
'?1 t!: 't- For salaries; of superintendent, assayer, coiner the Capitol to the foot of Fifteenth street, on sixty dollars. keepers and fifteen 'assistant keepers of lighthouses LNTERCOURSE'WITH FOREIGN-

:ttJ,:, nnd clerk,' six thousand dollars. both sides of Pennsylvania avenue, and for one To enable the Secretary of .he Senate.to. pay (seventeen of'them charged with double For salaries of the ministers of KXlIOXs
IiY :;;S For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred lamp-posts and lamps and other necessary James ,A. Houstot for three hundred and fifty and three with triple lights,) including twelve States to Great Britain, France Basj tie Uait i
''(.:I;;.4 hundred dollars. ,fixtures, and for work and materials bound copies of tie proceedings debates of hundred dollars for salary. of inspector of saiSpainand Brazil,fifty.four ; fp
thousakd
::;;": For incidental and contingent expenses, including rendered and supplied in establishing the same, the Senate for the present session, as publishedby lights 'on the lakes, one hundred and fourteen and'for outfit'of said minister to K ,ao
;:: ; fuel, materials, stationery, rep rs, and to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner him and for at analytical index to the same, thousand nine hundred and fortjr-eight thousand dollars. ..j ..
,f'/r;. .i. wastage, two thousand five hundred dollars.At of Public Buildingsa sum not exceed to be furnished ti the members of the House of dollars and thirty..three.centa. For salaHes of secretaries of
rtJ" .; '. Nero Ofleasviz, : ing ten thousand dollars; and it shall be the Representatives and Senate two thousand five For salaries of.thirty- ne keepers of floating same places, twelve thousand-dollari.legation,to'ti.; .
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.:';)llJ;. ;! : For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, duty of the Commissioner of Public Buildingsto hundred dollars.To I lights, sixteen thousand six hULdred and fifty For salary of minister resident '
.. ,' '. .;. coiner, assayer, melter and refiner, and two have the pipee fully and sufficiently tested provide fern, deficiency in the appropriation dollars. 'thousanddollars. toTnriit'six 7l

T i''r. clerks, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars. and proved before they are received.For for the contingent expenses of the Senate, For seamen's wages, 'repairs, and Applies of For salary of the dragoman to
2'. -"I') .'For wages of workmen, nineteen thousand laying eight hundred feet of gas pipe for the year ending\ June thirtieth, eighteen thirty-one floating lights; seventy.tine thou Turkey, two thousand'.dollars. iLelfgatioa, of
:,1' :w dollars. from the foot of Fifteenth street to the President hundred and:forty-eight, fifteen thousand dol- sand two hundred and sixty-five dollars and For salaries of the charges des. Jr-
,,; 1 'For incidental and contingent expenses, including ,' House, and sixteen hundred feet of lars. two cents. Portugal Austria iffiirw to
4i .::4 Denmark Sweden
) -. : fuel, m-itemls. stationery,water rent, branch pipe through the house, thirty single S For payment of the first volume of the fifth For weighing, mooring, cleaning;repairing, Belgium, Naples, Sardinia the HeJUtd.
repairs, and wastage, together with an ,'stiina1 burners, pendents and brackets in the kitchen series of the Documentary History, under con- and supplying loss of beacons, buoys, chains Chili, Peru, New Granada, Yenexula l'npaHwn. !
',.:: ted excess of expenses over means for the previous md passages below, twenty brackets in the tract with the Secretary of State, twenty-four and sinkers, thirty-three thousanl four hun Ayres, Bolivia Guatemala and Bortrj
!; ;:. ;. year,of nine thousand two hundred dollars bedrooms, fifty double brackets in the other thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dol dred and six-two dollars and twentyeightcents. entY- lx thousand five hundred Ecuador." ,KT-'
- }J. and in a-1.lition to1vailLl)1efInh1son hand, rooms, five four-light chandeliers, four six- For dolUn. "

.',,;: twenty-nine thousand two hundred dollars. l light do, six eight-light do., two twelve-ligbtdo. .lars.To pay for three hundred and fifty copies of For expenses of superintendents in visiting abroad,contingent tbirtythousand expenses dollars.of all the*Bussioni: '
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t I.. JUDICIARY. altering chandeliers in the east room, and a compend the revenue laws of the U. States, [visiting] the light-houses annually) and examining For :
contingent of | .
f.oreignfite.r.
{i;!: ? For salaries of the chief justice of the Supreme for all other fixtures for aud expenses
; necessary completing compiled by .Thomas F. Gordon, at the instance reporting the condition of each, two course, thirty ,thousand dollars. $
. .; : Court, and the eight associate judges, the same to be expended under the directionof and for the use of the Treasury Department, thousand dollars. For intercourse with the /
b z l. forty-one thousand dollars. the Commissioner of Public Buildings, a four thousand two hundred and seventy dol. For superintendents' commissions on four nine thousand Barbary ,Pttven.' *
.dollars. _
:tt::. ,, i' For salaries of the district judges,sixty-three sum not exceeding five thousand dollars. lars. S hundred and sixty-five thousand seven hundredand For the S "
salary of a sonsul .
: :1-; thousand seven hundred dollars. For paying the Washington Gas Company for For furniture and fixtures for the custhmhouse thirteen,dollars and ninety-two cents., eleven dna three thousand general at -
;;,i' For salaries of the chief justice of the District the aud thousand flo'.hrs. ::, 'L
ighting Capitol Capitol grounds, including building, including post office, United six hundred 'and forty dollars For
paying JohnlJog-.a1 twelve
hundred
::'.':.:'.. of Columbia the associate judges, the fixtures furnished, to the thirty-first States court-room and offices, at Wilmington and thirtyfive cents : Provided, That no part fifty dollars for services and nd

: .. := judges of the. criminal; and orphans court, ten August, eighteen hundred and forty eight, North',Carolina, two thousand two hundred and of the sum hereby ppropriated shall be paid to political agent in St. Domingo and expenditurti in full utii
: ;: thousand seven hundred dollars. to be paid under the direction of the Committeeon fifty dollars. any person who receives a salary as an officer faction of all Lis claims for >
t:'S .: For salaries of the attorney general, and the Public Buildings, two thousand dollars. For continuing the construction of the customhouse of the customs. And from and after the first services in the exna .eipmejunl

.,r-: : :. clerk and messenger in his office, six thousand For grading planting with trees and enclosing in the city Savannah, thirty thou day of July, eighteen' hundred and, fortynine .two and.eighteen year eighteen hupdred huudred sad :Jorty-thm.andfoty : .
; : ; one hundred dollars. with substantial. wooden fence for their sand dollars. the said disbursement shall be made by the col For of
salary consul atLoiiJoi
,t : '. For contingent expenses of the office of the protection, the public mall from Seventh street For the purchase of a site for a custom- 7 iUSe lectors of the. customs without compensation. sand dollars. two thus'

t :f" Attorney General, five hundred dollars westward to the Potomac river, three thousandsix in Charleston n, South, Carolina, one huntfrjep, For completing light-house" on Minot's For salary;of. the commissioner" to, the SM&-i
:ftt.: : ...For salary of the reporter of the decisions hundred and twenty-eight dollars. thousand dollars,.in addition to the earn of thirty rock ,Boston harbor, Massachusetts, thou- wieh Islands three thousand dollar f i
':;',;. !- pf the Supreme Court one thousand three hundred For necessary repairs of the public propertyat thousand dollars already appropriated.For sand dollars. For paying! Joshua Dodge, late special to&w-
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'1'. '/. dollars. the lazaretto, Philadelphia eight hundredand continuing the. construction of the customhouse For completing the sea.wall for the protection co agent of the ,United States, to the variou
, .: : : ,OF For compensation of the district attorneys thirty-two dollars. in the city ofNew, Orleans, one hun of the light-house on Fair-weather island, governments-of Europe,four thousand fire; &n>
-. ;',;., being two hundred dollars each as prescribed For of the coast of the United States Black Rock '
- survey dredand.thirty thousand seven.hundred and near ., Connecticut, five thousand dred dollars, in full compensation for'J&
, !.::. Jby law seven thousand four hundred dollars. i it Ie.-
including compensation to superintendent and fifty eight dollars. dollars.S vice and for and,other
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. contingent
:.'; ; r j. '-. For compensation of the Marshals, as prescribed assistants, one hundred and sixty-five thousand ._For paying the outstanding claims on accountof For completing the construction of a light incurred by him during the period eipeun his_hit
. 'flJ by law, six thousand six hundred dol'Fi dollars. the custom-house Boston and house at Monroe three
new ; at for Michigan, thousand five missions aS iaid special tubaccoxgeBt.u
1" :, ,t" lars. For the further prosecution of the survey of completing the work twelve.thousand five hundred hundred and twenty-two dollars. services rendered to.the tobacco iaurtfteftii
\ ,. :. "-.;For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, the northern and northwestern lakes twentyfive dollars. S For completing' the construction of a lighthouse United States. ".,. "I I
. :;4 ; circuit, and district courts of the United States thousand dollars. at -" -
p'.I.t: the District of Columbia also > For repairirg custom-houe at Wangoshance, Michigan, thirty-eight For paying John Randolph Clay,Wee e.
:; including for For WiCett
;; ; payment to clerks of the district courtsof in.the State of Maine and thousand three hundred and sixty-five dollars '
- :.' \ jurors aud witnesses, in aid of the funds arising the United States, for statements of the proceedings land which for and fo y-two cents. 'tary of legation at St. Petersburg leepratof
' i' from on it standstwo thousand two hundred his services daffairrsat'sndszt
and forfeitures as charge ,
incurred
.i fines penalties
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the For
under. bankrupt actLlIlIlde in completing the' construction of
pursuance dollars a. lighthouse -
' ; in the fiscal the thirtieth June to be expended under the direction from the twenty-seventh day of JaMarj,
;!r. year ending of the resolution of the House of Representatives at Carysfort Reefj Florida twenty-nine
. t-...1, i'. eighteen hundred and forty-nine, and previous of the twenty-fifth March, eighteen of- the Secretary of the Treasury.: thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars and eighteen hundred and forty-sixtotht%\
4., .. L I and likewise for the For repairing and painting the custom-hon teenth 'day of August hundred ttdfortytseven
eighteen
'f' years; defraying expenses hundred and forty-four at the I ,
: rate of fifteen seventy-four cents.
:: ; of sails in which the United at Portland, in the three hun- after the rate of four tiouid
Stt'
Mates Mine
1 i t : are concern- cents for each application for relief under dred dollars. For completing the construction of a light ,
' i.::' ed;' and of prosecutions for. offences committed said act, six thousand one hundred and sixty- house on Sand Key, Florida, thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars per annum, deducting
.i i;. Ugainstthe United States and for the apprehen- six dollars and twenty cents: Provided. Tat For refunding,certain duties paid by cone nine hundred and seventy dollars and p1\Y88 secretary of l"g1\tionHl t"o"bouIIIIDd
li':. sion and safekeeping of prisoners, four hundred no clerk shall receive any portion of,the money ges, academies," schools, and seminaries of learning seventy-four cents; said sum' of thirty nine dollars,per annum the sum of three tbowttrf
,.i: L..', and forty-three thousand dollars; Provided hereby appropriated, until he shall have set- in the United'StatesjonphiIosophical: apparatus thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars- and nine hundred and ten dollars and eventy-W

'1' ? however, That hereafter, in lieu of all fees, tied his account with the proper department,as instruments, boods, mapS'ad''chrt seventy-four cents and the sum of thousand cents::Provided, The Secretary State iWl
.-...t. ;Emoluments and receipts now allowed for taking i required by the act of Congress in such tca <, aeeabltt the provisions. dollars appropriated, by the twenty act of third- satisfied that the service was performed,
14 I : and certifying the depositions of witnes- made and prqvided: Provided, also,. That no thirteth, one thousand eight hundred and March eighteen hundred'and Tora and is still unpaid for.
,
forty-seven
J'i. J lieS in civil causes, the clerk commissioner, orS part of such compensation shall be paid to fory.eix, enitle"An'a t red ci jf.tle dutyon screw-pile'light-house on said Key, are here-; For paying Eben Ritchie Dorr,fordip1omat.

-, "i'.!_',,. cother officer taking and certifying the same, clerks whose annual compensation has.exceed- imports, other pnrpse9"the'of by authorized to be applied, under the superin- services at the republic 'of Chili, from wj
' q shall be entitled to receive no greater sum ,! ed three thousand dollars. seven thousand dollars ; al phi- .tendence of the Topographical Bureau, to the seventh 'day'of'June. eighteen hundred' IM
l 'whatever than two dollars for each and every For the discharge of such miscellaneousclaims .osophical apparatus, instruments, bok erection of a cheap and durable structure adap 'firty.fournntil the nineteenth day of Anjw

deposition so taken and certified and for all not otherwise provided for, as shall be and chart; statues, statuary butS I casts, ted to the locality. anything in said act to'the eighteen hOd d'and'f rti-fi t', five'tho2
.; -. ?niccs'.connected therewith ; and when the admitted in due course of settlement at, the .of ', brn e, alabaster,.or plae of Paris; contrary notwithstanding. .two hundred and sixty-two dollars. .:
; ;. ": tikiagof such deposition shall require more treasury five, thousand dollars d InpTmgs; For 'JJcob.iL. late ucntoj
r : Provided, pntlg WIg etching'spe- For a light-boat to be stationed on Rartlett' paying ,
.,;than six hour, then for every additional 'six That no part ,of this appropriation shall be ; t of reef, Long Island sound, twelve thousand dollars. legation of the United States at Paris'for w
b/mrs the like rate of compensation: And prowidcd drawn from the treasury, except in pursuance gems and all collections antiquities, 'provi -.r Services"aVcharge d'affaires of the Uniied 5W $
.; further, That all books in the offices of the same be specially ; '"
of some law or resolution of Congress authorizing .jmportld'ln"go For the erection of a'beacon light on the : ,near, the French, goveram"enfeftw fft
:- clerks of the circuit and district courts of the the expenditure. faith for the use of any 8o "hundred Ud 1r17'
.
day efghf
: incrmte southwest ledge in the harbor r of New Haven, of September, .
t .United. 'States, containing the docket or minute For services rendered by the marshal of the or established.philosophical or Connecticut, (addition to the one thousand :sir l to'the first.dl1or July, eighteenarid'Tortyvseven '
\tt the judgments or decrees of said courts northern district of Florida in removing intruders poses, or for the encouragement of the fine arts, dollars heretofore appropi'ated.) 'five thousand 'bein, g''tbe 'tiiflt5tlf
: tshallduring office hours be open to the inspection from the military r se"ation" and from 'or for the use o by the order of any college,academy dollars, or for the removal of said I.Iedgea.thc .between the recall 'of bur late miDfaft Hr.
., of Any person' desiring to examine the same within the Indian. boundary in,,.Florida, three 'school, seminary of learning in the Secretary'of,the Treasury may'deenr best King':and ifiearrival'of:Mr..'Bush/ift*r B'
jrtct: trithout any fee or charge therefor. I hundred and four dollars and five ,Cp.ntR., ,United.Stt.s, shall be the, Uni- ;F rr'ihe'construction and eauiDmeufof six: rate of/our 1l u'8andfiTe: hundred doUrJ**
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/For of the ., .. I
repairs United States court-house of in "' -
it.a:1} : : ftf i i1t For salaries of assistant treasurers of the U. duty, anything the act revenue cutters, ''the"-sum of' ninety! thousand> annum, ((Mucttng his pay rtat secretorwljjpaio'n.
:; : Detroit, heretofore made by William R. States .at New York, Boston Charleston, and above_named to the contrary notwithstanding. dollarsthe said sum to be expended udder the .) the sum of two thousandca.ira1and
. .: ; ,:.. ': jKpy: ,es, under,the direction of the marshal, such St. Louis, eleven thousand five. hundred For'grChng..and,'gravelling d l1m.* -
dollars. Four-nnd-a-hal direction of the Secret i' f the /amount the decide '
is due.th3CELLANEOUS. '-
/ as treasury I
.fI I : f ; For additional salaries of treasurers of the : 'street'frm M11nd'. avenue', ren. the construction and equipment'of the said re- FoVcompensUibn. ,tV William 'I.BIsC
I :. : mint at Philadelphia and branch at I / west side, four thousand i (?
mint New
",."T'or payment'of annuities and grants by spe- Orleans, one thousand-dollars. seven hundred and fifty.dollars.Foiii1lngand .' uuecutt.rsjnd; shall) be the''duty.1fof theSecretary'of ')SI,:chuyga 4yaffSiire to" tbej.repliC0'
the ,
thotisaOflLb.
TreasuryV.before-conimencin Grnda.tb hun ron
>
elat
acts of Congress hundred S
seven and
.,dollars. fifty For salaries often clerks ,authorized by the gravelling Idian avenue, the,construction of.revenue cutter,,to give antl twentyfive dollars,' bfj'sbusual. rigj
if '. act of sixth August, eighteen hundred and for from Third street to the .apit ,constructing public notice's/or': t least thirty 'in two 'allowance ches' .def affajres to'fiffeouns. :
1: I. .For the purchaseof or,both of the bridges ty-six 'culvert under the days or t .. > f ,. .,) .
r including .increase of thirteen thousand 'S.-* 4L -
an -
: _one hundred s : more public published at' the city. . .
,
over the Eastern Branch, near the city of Wush.iogtbn five newspapers ? i' '
# >
E4 dollars '
per annum to the salary of each, of bundre l1 S .f P ii
said of Washington'an: .: at a valuation to be made in such man- For papers pub ? compensation
fr of
; first the
, the the clerks fromjlht day.of July, eighteen hun T r. centre space IISlIed 'at'the dty of:Washington and ia 90! pf the United Stat s at Lima; 'for ..
Secretary di.I
; \pI' neras Treasury may dred and of avenue\ Fifteenth '
: nine
forty-igbt thousand.dollars. Penn818ma t gtreetfour other = jeuderedii1the abaeneeftbeCPffaies
published maritime ieser>ices
not exceeding dollars papers pl
I _i. jTect, a sum thirtythousand For i '
salary chief
clerk
of to the '5teeiag'thousand
: which bridge or bridges when assistant I n. where ship-building is' carried on,:as he:may d' 'tl{ that'eountry; .
'' '.a .:.'. lJbe.treo, of toll to all persons, whomsoever purchased,, dollars.treasurer, New' York,one thousand five hundred, 'For'pTng''fifteenth treCt,4'1'' "front of the deem expdj!: inviting'proposals lsformater4., __ eight hundred. .,_.d 0 l1A_ _*'--. A...\__
1 i mcntJ and of in ials to te'. ker;' :.or
S"ij&:! 'kinder such regull1.tIonsu.e now in force or font zor/ond puilding, t"retenucutters i.ff P1iIfg
; if ,1.3'the same, be legally modified added .For;contingent ,expenses under the.act for I'of theIresident'aUouseto: ,Seventeenth s 'to be construed 'under* superintendence and tlon,and Chinese'1nte.rpreur at,C tftiJt lIJ
"I relation may the the,safe-keeping,, collection, transfer,,arid dis to be executed in,the_same manner as was prescribed .direction*,of on'officer of thV revenue-' service:; services'"as. charge<''d'affaires': : ."J.1TI1u4
to Potomac
!
:: ; _to eaid tin city.* bridge opposite bursement. of the.. public revenue.of.sixth'August for thaving Pennsylvania.avenue, ?_TJ afteropeniiig'th 'r w.;n_" :t'shall s.;. thedutyof States,_at, said pbce,:from the ,tiftnt1e ;
4"F.'f-o' and eighteen hundred and rorty-six"fiftee.J twelve thousand seven dollars:' Prori- ,said1Secretary t'it'"ii iio1rrii iriUt. day ofJuneeightenJiidiil- .d'ort1.-,
$::4 4he z.1EOrC.iupent.iOfl au''Uhary.guartl six contingeut'expenscs thousand-seven hundred of thousand...dollars:t Provided, That ,no part"of ded, tTIiat >aU'the'fpregping 'appropriatinsj .; '10ire t sjxmaibltherefor. da r' 1''bidd rS to the41i4 ig1 h i9! f, I h
{' said sum of fifteen thousand dollars shall paving shall. be laid out"under the lut T"
... and seventy-five dollars.fcf0jForannual be ex- ; direction of : p o 1. lgbtt; qlll. the,_ t.
t'J ij i of. the attendance pendedtr clerical. -services.-- -' _,- ....,, i\\', the War Department;:and that o the.Secretary of -S SURVEYStOPUBLICIiANDS.! I twef nfthe'death; ;of jLlexandeivH" 'Ett! '
Capitol
repairs ,
i ,r' fl 'en furnaces'in the crypt. attendance, on water ine For compensation to special agents to exam War'shau: appolnt'an engiHeer to make the necessary 'FrTivajiii' ,In addition"to nh&unexpendedbalan'ceofformarapproprLitro ? ?on ui?li i 'ner,tttnCantpn, o .i"*_',tbesble"

I a eloscts, cleaning rotundo; for public gardener ,several booksjaiccountsand 'moneyon. ,hand ia the Bevels and surveys,'for.all the. said i 1.pruvethentofsaIdsrts TisI .*.:' j rival, !tbV': presentifitberate.COflUD lo. er 4V'

t J t,': d..llborerst I and0cartage on the Capitol depositories under the act sixthfAu: Bd.e e ;.ftoifc 'For: surTeyiDg the:public' 'Md'includttingincidental l "f; .: (f urtbO0.j.
'
:{ gust) eighteen hundred and fthy.siifly" thciii..saudoUar& ded, fhtt all such work done by'contract: to \to: 'be proportioned'to_ undz4ollrsei annum- H., 5fl !\d IIttJJ
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expenses ..
wijre
a' .t'rjwrids;,ttool ,: ;twine, leather, nails l 4. .
.
the lowest bidder ;
:_ } ;? responsible ; bidders seWral'districts to the 'QJD
irI s r cuains'.and_post .boxesstraw t : ;y*:; ft *" if o after the 'according exigencies .u1', .J..as--It1ch.aecr.t.. ) 'Wit, '
li,'''".'; t?*t* "'J V-ani'l'trees" *>for TP."d'd. =- O, For the support ctothingTand medical treat? .giviugUiit7 days' pnblio noticeju suck Ji..aJ i'thtfpabiic'Mrvicef.'taVj rW be applied.*to thousand doll4. "'-: : :;, ,. : ; :" "

.1 tf t&j1 tuinnrcan: western gate pf tke apitol 1i repairs Jnce.of pub-,ittII mentoInsane paapersof the.District c poiJ papers as1 shall'_b:8 l tetltythe; Secretary of. 'the }; urteys': th mineral:regfonrof? ichi. .i r..W1ni"'A Zp9nie&: foe u ci: ltq.g
Ht: t: J. \ nV-sjing enclosures &c 1.umbtaj; fivethousand" seyeVhuridred dollar. I War in .t the: cities.of.Wushwgton,' Baltimore f ; can_,Wisconsin:, and"16 wa, and torthe location ezrpt dafaires to' Partugat 'tM'teetb&pilt n.
c L1ri;
keeping $&$ warden cle'rk 0 ;
tm' i 4ier;the iron>,lp:*,thutconvey,witerto lze *three uwistantkeepers. ; physcianchaplaj .Philacle1phia anel'New; >rk. > ; 'V ,., ofprivate cUims" inFloricla,'i to disbursed' ataumnrnted -tWeflt74OW4 ;'L'.I D11e' .. i
'f ,. fifAguaijI 8j mess'engeKAMn Tcrrelinb toJi cIofwbbontbeanidnt ; ratesl e'hundrtd aid fifteen thoni teen ,hundI 'sn& 'lonyoD8rID O.
offices .
: iapttl putilie and _. .
: andy ; rp irng darn1 *three.uspcorsj 0" h1eentiaryof the 'adianced'to the Commissioner of Pub d-d 11".1.: "...JI" _t.". 0i'.n' I. and .iPJ1tJtJ nt&
, BIlD 0 *jLy1ItidOflAtS&fltL
foi' e 1..tresbet8i, 'P9ms brishewoden, thstrict j of ol mb''lii'tti d two lic t Buildings!W finish. \' >' ti
irFIoiic
!:
t iralo awl sboveflin sut'w; theMfr rthillJ oto- : F i r 'der\b'act'Jane ? :"FoenttDtJoaeph orshAm1tht$1z
g ercctng a '
t S ,;: t lff b14irTur J i kbe.keeper ;of.tho iMMr s U1 i'.ndeigbty.thro TI. hUars andeighty c PO't mae-bridge tjwelve hundred. dollars.w l V-*| lwenty ighth> efgEteent,hundred "'arid-forty: Oo'thousaithlaii fOll"hbDdrea; d.t.l ;
. a J a.\te\'repatriDg "es\ern1'r n ,. .t. e l '-tide'J- i,.rtmI & rrfPf ':1f -T rs"-"...illftereaner' reccive ; For,.expensesTof purvey of the.boundary lgM; reon'Iui"vey 1 r to.State?of nd.td Breutth .t.t- ? ,!
?. I.z rin of Tiber.creek:: : one nundred \UArBe3.CII,per annum in- line beweezLtue United States'and. -'th' British naiidi; fifteentho nd'dol1ar&1-.1 nc 1f'--" thousand )n".UDdted.dlAuJo'jJ)

1 ,b 1'..,'1 I'.itTiE"ubutLnBUtS;, rottCt,. t'ngfwcu. 1s'. .a"U' bridge, 8tea445fLk 'J1 i l.AI.A i. o'tlpcelTjB i ,*and'*- that' tOtCet0flI5Rfl4: elg hi- }4ndod4thirteeouks : Fk : gl 1i Jre- fth.wm fwv' ia't''y I_ S\1U e _t Q1tf r rje t
L k I rJ E'o'f work'.of.the.Wpi .IJc..a a-'ngUtA.Iezee. I:f*nv* Ti.Anflr"*.** f )9, .'. 'J dies. tr j ( and stVenCy.fiVe cents! .ft.ti--;}. feghteu'ondred' an'd rjbHVleighL for'th'dhrelfbdnifidieettler 4MM5p $ d'beartri-Ot d'sS :
t kMna'thLiin A1tringan4. '" 1:,,Iron' '' J .O,ty f.II C 1J1. OJ(.,4D [ onalbm= S continuing the publication of the:works 'Uef: ndertheadtsforlte'ownBatioQ 1'rOm'1B_'t4\Paftp 1j"titt 4
$ ; CQCOsIng. t'V,1J1, Hiltlon j, 1o'a. 80 much ofthea4tpJ 'ebrurvond4iriyono .or the'alaqqtb' s ) rb ie)d'ti :1 cr'di the in"b.. : wea' nnU'lsetUmt'n of atart of tgeeUhtinzkedahd. 't7 -
( Uie,CanifoltQ'
it.ftV frnw JbQ
10" o .
ii ..s ln r th_ iom"\1o ti t1 ij. IXOQftncl on 'J..en- '".fln'. eigh.8enhundre'iJ.'-- .. .' I '! i'6hbe h'artstho'payXlli8wientifioc rps;' 1 1 r fl7'r..7Ft i d o. h\u rI ." ti\tie' hii 's'ol1
: OWN* 0 .er& .TJ, 01 fI.rt"'. (a, ; .tx.zuS !. .hortkultttiiatacd cireof th coU: Dd Ui .ft :i 1R t bt fed Ma4' it.B4iO4 ? "**

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then pending between the ArgentlnafedenUQ '.."- 1 ?reeideiit. othigephli.. ."t1'- *i.tt II' \,!- '. -,_. ". -'- ,... !..oW'. I,I Ii ;1zWTsxE: :rEW. STj. i it
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nd the Stats or ProriDc otrariPy. TALY.: "J ; 1'A ." :, I .f _. -"
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,: ne.Pope 'ftDt4 ,ifaata.&nc1 useI'.to'e < I doorft > J

1r tar IDtTP guard; md otIer expeuze$ .. ', .."I.1 tert 'oTertirai dt.the' EaPTOTI.sional ; -. ; .4. nl1 t ,

. ettJi. CODlu1&tel st Constantinople, Smyrna '' Qovernxne nt t9 ret 1the '. :". .:" :"J.4C1lS0NYILtB;' ..Frd.I .

1 .& ,AIexndri&, one tho11ll.Dd. fin JiuliclredbllarL 'I"i hen.rediaoIT ,the National Guarda diaband.'eel ULE. e.Bnil'
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a coBs&1
and i !
i th.journslssuppiessed..
ecmJmitriioDG' to re1dsinchin' I 11 Ocean Su..c..w h,LARGR AND WEn I
. For 'I&1&r1 ot a ,GBR)1ANY. ', < SELECTED i
8TOC 0' "KESU 000DS.J &I1nginpsrit
4I fiye ol1Sl.Dd.dollan.. I The AUitriAu :dtl pieS-I.hY8 WithdraWn PROCLAMATION BY'.'DMOSELE': -: ;' .& .,.4Gtoce \
. for alar1 ot the interpreter aDd .ecret&r1 tothe 1 1I from Frankfort mad the tide.-orJpublic'8enU .
I : .
aid mission two oU&Jld Aye. hundred e: \Ve ask the indugence' of our ment has turned in favor ot the President."The T b iJ.F ieS, ,Hats,. Caj;;:J I !
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7REREASjitbasbeen m
) dofllXL ot AmeIO&XLseimen readers for a week, r too for the ab.sance 'accounts mind br.. way ofViennsofthe eon- I ktioniit-', e Pz'ovisionBootsSho' !- ;
SherffofAlacb "
. bj'--th : Cotin
. For the relief and ptectIO test'with the HUDgm, ars.bellelred to be to in .
CuDtriei lem1ty.ye thou.d of matter of unreliable. The this stat,th fWllUam' Wat8oD'aUaa; ? .Dry-Gooth : Clothing :;
1 in foreigo ) genera iDezest, inasmuch tatlT Imperialists Aid to es JJ : .. ;
doUan. haTe taken ..BJ: ,,wo waS briSO n d 'oDa c1iar otth
Preaburgio SlnDaDj .i14 Ochenrig Hard.W .
ud other a. we are under the necessity murder f Williuth Gibbons Saddlery < ;
For clert hire offiCf' rent enot and 1he'Maygars are slowly retiring deyuta. ,1aU or aid County, ,- ,
) ,
. the consul of the United of ha "Sc d.t: ,:custody add 'b Crocker y; & :
. I- the oC' ot publishing entire some lawawbkh ting everything tU theyretrcat, I:81 to preTent ., .. fugitive : J 44 i i
. two thousand eight hundred fromjustice: .. ,., .
insurmountable obstacles
. St&tel lot LoudoD of to.theinnders. Which will haL sold at: Slyu.o for Ca
are rsxcu :
length.
great I Now
: Wtllisn
4011&1'1. -: xwu .thatlj, D.._Moselcy, or Country Produce; s t t
For the upenm or running ud muting the .Pil tag at Key .We-.The.correspoh4t of Go'vernOrof_ F1 'rIdabvirt ottJae autkonty ..CHAS. P. oolER.N ". ;..G' Q. -. ; aJ J r
:
J boundary line between the United States and Collector. the New Orleans Courier states I that about a ,Sted inmeby law, dobeteby offer a reward.olTWO'Ht1NDBED B.-caabadYanCelmadeQ' coitno coasiane l J

. Mexico, and paying the salaries or the officers We understand that the office of ;month sinee. a meeting ot the citizens or Key, ,DOLL'RS.roithe appre.hensi6nofsazdfugiti'e tft oar friends ioSa.nDnabObu1eatota., .. or New Y.., ::.

tUhe cOmmiuion a sum not exceeding fifty Collector of the Customs for this District 'West was called'for the.PrP.OSe .of taking into antI his clehveryto the JacbODYille. ,! _. .'U4iL. I ".'.,. T'r:;; 1 {
) U10usand dol1ars. consideration the best .course to be adopted for custody fthe Sh'er r either Dund orAiachua : }

. For alary of the consul &t Be1l'OOt fin vacated by the death of Col. amending the present pilot Ias ,of.th\t port Cou.ty, in this State.Memorandum.WiUiam. .. .'.-.l-. .'-., ...' ..'. B :-Ka.. 't.:,.,;;:;.+ I.
hundred doUar.8m2. which restilted iu a resolution to petition.the H. .w ison uu -.. .4. t
.1114 be it furt1m' e1Ulaed, ThlLt the JAMES DELL, has been tendered to Legislature (which meets next month) for so James mack is bout five feet eight inches high f, at ".,":: ." .:. :

rd .eetion of the "act making appropriatioDi THOMAS LEDWITH Esq., of this city.- amending thc law as to allow vessels bound to slender, but wen built very erect sallow complexion 'JacliainyftleFIa.,. V' 4 '

for the ciVil and diplomatic expenses of p',. We further learn that Mr. LEDWITH or passing by that place to do so free of any black hair,bluish, grey eyes is between : '
. meDt for the year ending the thirtieth or charge of r.Uotage whether spoken or not, unless 25 and.30 years of age and has ,the marks of a Jo&McRozimTBirn ", 4 i f

JUDe ODe tboasa.nd tight hundred and forty.seven. declined the appointment. a pilot 8erv ce arereqnired bl the maSter. gtm-shot wound on his left 8houlder &SrnS. 4 f

and for other purposes" approved the This will b A great advantage (0 that port as Given under my hand and the great Seal otof J8JL e49 '17DRYsI : .- ; : 1

.. tenth'of AuguSt, one thousand eight hundred many vessels were prevented calling there, ow. the State at the Capitol in T,1Jflhu ee ,t
1.04 forty eix be, and the same is hereby, reT The Southern Meeting hug to the probability baYing pi10taie to pay. this 5th day ot January, .D., 1849. C.anty TazC.fle .,'.. 1IaI.-i_ !

nd a.nd continued in force for the fisc&1yeSJ.r It will be remembered that at the There is. no doubt but that this law will be WILLIAM ..D MOSELEY .B' Y Mue of th'e power.Tested in m by 1"i 1

ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand amended, aI at least four.fifths ofibe citizens Governor. ot Florida. I haTe l Yied upon nd sbal1exposefoi: 1 i

jghthUDdred nd forty4iine.2rc.3. meeting of the Southern members, of are in favor of it. Bl the Governor: sale, before the Cort.Houa9 door lathe Ton: :

bJlbt /Jtrtl.er enacted That inasmuch Congress, a sub.committee consisting : The light house on Sand Key is not yet rebuilt A. E. lliXWELL Secretary of State ot JacbonnUe OD the first Monday 'm June 1 tII i

. II it i. claimed by the Creek nation or and no probability .f its being done although Jan.13, 1849. 'It next, ((1849) the followinglands, or 10 much ..
Indians that a balance of one hundred andfoty..one of Messrs. CALHOUN, CLAYTON, of Del., 80 much Deeded. thereof as will pay the Stat Tues due thereq
thousand and dollars and B. R. HElD & co. for the yeaI lS4 Ti%:- t
fifty.fin ,
The the
KING of Ala. works
BAYLEY, of Va., and ,. on Fort and at Toting, are, .J i
Detl-one centa being the remainder of the however 2,000 acres of Land,situated on Nassau BiT" .
rapIdly ptogressing .
t gum if two hundred and fifty thousand dollars .MOREHEAD, or Ky., here appointed to I the 8D1all amount approprIated.by, notwithstanding the last Con.gress. 1flESSRS. R. R. REID &. CO. haTing leas and Ho ston's creek adjoining landS .or"Job 2 t
. in of the claims 1I. ed Wharfand the buildings attached Houston.-particuIar boundaries
,
greed w be paid liquidation of draw address uukno1Ql-.
,. the citizen! of Georgia to be ascertained and up a report or to the peo are now prepared in connection with their I purporting to belong to Sandiford Holme& :

a.lIowe1 by the arbitrament and award of the pIe of the Southern States, to be presented State oC.Florj DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE I! A. A."CANOVA .
Freeden1 ofrhe Unit States. under the fourth a. MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- Tu Collector DuTal County. f
article ofthe treaty of die eighth of January, on Monday last, the 15th inst. In. the Justice Court of Columbia Co MEND do a GENERAL COMMISSION Dee. 4th 1848. Dec9mDuvat 9 I
;
i eighteen hundred nnd twenty-one. to belong to As it is generally understood that this JANUARY TERX, 1849. B USthESS.Their :

- them. And the said Sum of one hundred and duty has been committed to Mr. CALHOUN charges are established by the Sa1'D.i1. County Tax C.hI e or'aI' : k !

, torty.one thousand and fifty.t ve dollars and .Bttachmeat in ..scumpth.S nAh ntes. By rtue of.the power vested in me h711.r t

) niDf"Y-9n cents i8 intentJed u a compromise of we can rest satisfled that a full .m'! B. Wester, ) Sum sworn to, $46 They are also the Agents of the U S. :Mail haye leYied upon and shall expose for.

;jdLthn: An} iuasmuch d.I it is a-matter of ictur of the or affairs vs. Steamers at this place and are now enabled sale before the Court House door, in die ToWn, 1 .'
p present
. diult whether the obligation or the United posture James C. Green. ) Bond filed for 92THE to offer eYfry facility to the Merchant Planter of Jacksonville, on the nrst 1. onday .in March 3'

Jtt4': 110M.! slid urticle exteud further hIm will be presented for consideration, and Def.ndnnt and aU others concerned and the Public generally.. next ((1849)) between the usual hours ot sale, &

, tn I' V t. I'" '-t.tent h"llria 'hItevPrbI13nce hat al that man can do to protect take notice that an Attachment has Goods consigned to their care will be receiy.cd the following described property, or so mu 1L i;.
i.h'o uw .II1P to hr citizens from the been issued in the abOve entitled and forwarded with despatch. thereof as will satisfy the State Taxes'dni ;

r :i f "\I,. .- it!: : AIfZ i.n'mllch_, !11..o.. as fht S outhern rights will be pOInted out with to the next Justices Court cause t.o beheld, returnable in Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situa- thereon fbi'the year 1848,Tiz r 1 r .

:! .l)I:. ".I,.! i). t1\'u 1..1111':1 tnrl fil't.v t1ioii' nil die vividness of a master mind. and for the gth District of said County and are ted convenient to the Wharf. The halt part ot that certain tract of land J :

) dolttr h"in ('loCt it .. .....t". bt't'n pil by the required to appear and plead or demur, to said Pal atka. St.John's River E. F., January 13, situated 011 the King's Road lending t41 Bt. 'Ma1 _

! ;, nitt'd t\tt"a to I :' :. )1' ( ,,,rgh :- i We trust there are few around us Cfl8& S. 8. WESTER. 184g. ly ry's Ga.; knoWn as the Piles Place, containinc t: :

. tbrefure dircteci lh..l it.-' 'reiJent of tlllrnit who are not fully alive to he deep im.portance January 20, 1849. It NEW 500 acres and purporting to belong to FranCiI':
EDITION 'It {
tJ States shall c..u .i" sdl um ofonfhnndrl'J'lIl1d M.P11e& A.A CANOVAi: '
fortJ..oh' thUS: wi ,'TI fin ..fi,( of this crisia. Not only IS OF Tax Collector Duval County iJ ,

dnlh :tr1 ninpt-anc cents .1\01,1 'um of cite thtre a Iumerical power in Congress Circuts EASTERN Court for Columbia C.oaal,. DR. WEISSELHOFYS. SCIENTIFIC WORK Dee.4th 1848. Dec9-3m "-.1.' -. J1_,
CIRCUIT OF .
IzudreJ awl forrzroe ttOllsanti and ii/I!fire floljar. FLORIDA. oY THE SUBJECT OF 7 .'

(IW niney-ofl. C'U.s. to 1C paid o the iiCree opposed to the atlmiSion of slavery into MAY TUM-1849. CHILD-RI RTH.A County Tax r.lleelol". Nate.B 7flMvaI fr. ;

. i k ntipn If In.I-lU. in the tJluDner follow- territory confessedly the joint property Charles \1. Cooper, ) Attachment : SEW and bp.autiful edition of this relebrated virtue ofthe' authority'vested inmeby'
: in:."iT : on fifth (If demnnd an.l the residue vs. work M 1e lubject of GESTATION AND CHILD law I haTe levied and it
of both Northern and Southern BIRTH. by R. M. WeiseiIiofi M. D., late of Pan. apon shaJlapose-
thrrt'Cf. ib'lU intl'rco't. to LC paid in four e. John 1\1. Gignilliat. for before the
. ) Debt $699 72. bujullt been iasued in New York. Itis a work wbich sale Court.House door'n'.1h.
: .1i .IIDII.1 !?I' dlllt'utij : Qil coniitiou, bOWt'T. Ser. taLes, but within a few weeks, Ii reso- Defendant and all others interested should be in the hands of every Man and \Vmnan who Town Jacksonville, on the Jim J1fonday.'b '

S ti..t It r'Iii1)f .tll cl.liru for prillr.ip 1 und I )h*tioLI has passed the lower House vir- THE please take notice of the institution h. incurred, or intends to incur the responsibiJitip.1of March next ((1849)) between the usual hourojsale \
'I intI' I" : 'HI '(., : 11 nf fIH sam of tWit hundred I or the acoye name suit and plead to the declaration the Marrise state. It will be fouad special val- 35O acres of Land, or so much thereof as '; .

i I and fifty t ..I' .1, i .i:1J'! b dl; be first execu- i t ually fur the aO l1i ion of slavery in the filed, or judgment will be taken bI de- ue to those wbOle means. health or other circarnstan- will pay the State Tues due thereon'for tha i i
tt by 'th, t.4i i .....1; n .tin to the United r.t"II, dn not permit them to increale the number of year.l848. bounded
I fault. as
I OIS ract of l'olurubia. The latter outage CHARLES P. COOPER, their f.mily. without incuoyenience. followSY T: North h7- i 1-
3I Slatl's. iu ucjj; 111 :II'J'j' !hf' lriolrut of the I great suffering lands Francis Richard
... ., 'I. ,' I January 20, 1849.-3m PI'tfFs Att'y. .or rblplfisk orufe. A method of avoidinl these 8onth:and East bJ :
.
'.. .
t'lLite4 t&tPt :: : ii full of'r
: dischtrge r ( b8 Big Pottsburg and
we ear : Den committed Creek West Little
. ... itt troubles and dangers at will(recently discovered b, h7 Potts.i i' f
..i. I '
the the
.u.J '
S1UIIC i .3 Ii. 1'fI.lhu.t per- burg Cr k to
purporting
celebrated
'
belong to '
French is
"ms to w....;: ii.: : "- I'oh,11 1 lit" p.zid t5hllll cuu.equence of a want of sufficient una.namuy N otice.-.Sxx MONTHS after date, I shall ted inthis work. The Ph7sician.means of) prevention fully 'communica-cost com- Hagan. A. A.CANOVA.Georp ".

S m.kf prnt. i'_' t.. ;..."..u lIf ibc Pre hlt ntoftbe I on the part of the Southern present my accounts and vouchers as Ado arativety nothing.and are within the reach of aU.The .- Tu Col1ectorD TalC nntj 2:' t' ?
Dnh..1 S .:r, -. '::1; ',.:, hat'e full pnwer I i, n ministrato orthe Estate'of Francis Richard, process is new. sale, infallible, convenient and Dec.4th, 1848. 'De'c9-:3m d. i'

. an4 authority :.) r"l"'e tud reeept for the :: St1i1e3VbeD the abolitionists pereivcd late of1)nval County, deceased to the Honora-. simple, and cannot injure the health ofth" most den.cate. .Jj ,
ble Judge of Probate of said lfor ooes it curtail matrimonial in < t.
,. county, f ra. final privileges
that for the sake of rx
c harmony the least. Levi County Collector's. ",
. S ettlement of laid and : ii'
SFC. 4. Azztf t it further enactet. That the Estate hal! Lt the same
. CC1't-t.6Tf of the Tre.\urS' be.Lnd he is hereby, a portion of he citizens of the South hme.hlpply for Letters of DlsnnsglOn as such I I kind or:: about There is no deception or bumbuggen If any WILL be sold on the IstMonday 9ilpt.ii; ( t
. Administrator of which all this work. It is precisely what its title in- 1849, .between the hours .
reA&1Lir44 interestM : ot1; I
to out ofauy bLue Treas- persons '
paY4 money i clicate adf'nti6c
'
were disposed to yield the question of a publication,containing infonnatioDof and
. i in said Estate 2 o'clock the following lot
desired Ii
.nl not ctafTil'i"e ippraprated, to the Creek ;are to take notice. grl"at value married pt'orlenr those "nlempla. or 'jarcelo' "
5 aation of 1udiws, .or ro d.e order uf the ddegation slavery in the territories, their demands STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ, Adm'r. ling mftrriagt expressed ill plain language which allan Land) containing 160 acres or as much thereof,. ;

Jndiaw ufota, the um of January 20, 1849. Gin1evy c understand, The whole story ia told, and the as wIll satIsfy the tax _due,for the year il84 .; ., '.
:1l' tI.fce thou&1Dd U'J're hundred atJ thirty.three fortyg rew more arrogant, and they now roeanR nfaecomplishingthe objects of tbe work fully incl ding all costa 8Jd charges. Said lands anJ if

3 dollars .&nd thirtj.three and one.third cent!, in claim the uLohtjul1 of sLtvery ill the County Tax ell"rler'. anti faithfully given,an that the reader may nvsil him- situated on the Waknssa: S. \V.3 .sectiOD,' : ;1 ;j
: .Iril'lf..ction oftfe cl..imool thirteen hundred : Sale. a ilfof it a' once, without purchasing any medicine 28, T. 12, R.16, and said to belong to onl Ed.
; S'CJ't'ek DJlrict WILL BE SOLD, on the first Monday in i instrument. or other article, from the autbor. The mund Schriver, a nou-resid ot this Stat :
. 1ndIlukuigr ri'uds "nd .
fl.L. followIl ,
I t. means of protection which it recommends, also J
next, ((1849 between the may known as the DeYil's Hammock l
ot.nI of Gp.lle.ruJ 'I.cjntnh e are not tl10St ,
who believe
l who
b :
: j were ernigritedt amung houl'8 e relied upon withoutfear Qf disappoIntment in-
of '
10 and 2
the o'clock on that day, the S. The above lands 1fill be sold at the :
; wet ili i COUr4
igJteei hlludrl'l i j
.. ,, ? hi lt tnd tweuty- au'thu.g IS Lo be galuE'd by guilty W. Quarter 01 the S. W. Quarter. of Section 7, Jury. House of LeT county--at the House tM .. \
sin, .Cruwelj under the ciii1uet. awl : Beware : .
. i cflaud: oat/d.c Work. ;
Township 16 19 .
Rurige andtheN. .
W. Quarter V.Andren "
control of Luther c oncessions if the
. make as pl'o\'i.lt'd in the we yield principle, of the N: W. Beware ofa catch fraud .
Qua.rter'of Section 19; .T WDShip penny upon this work,at GEORGE H. "
1j ninth Urlic1e' of the frea.ty of wcnty..fOJlFt uf I we have nothing to secure our rights 16; Range 19, South and, East, ODtninh g'SOlCrlS 2 5 cftnts which is ollly a decoy.to promote',the sale Tax.Assessor & Collector TRESPER1 ofL-iY.tri : .
1s Jnuiry. eig1teeu i blHidred und tociaty .ix : .or AS much will ofMauricl"au'. or Desomeax's instrumental 810. f"Jf : : .rNovember i
its the
satisfy taxes due
'
'prDrid"tl, That the pensons to -om said money 1 hereafter. The moral effect ortbe mere t heion 'r-the the lame object that the work itself rr.tends to be 11th 1848. em.- '.
shall he plaid fSha.lI waite proC to the satilStaction present -Ieu, ((1848) With aU wriuen, the real secret ofmy original work being : -
1 admission _
that section of the WIts and .j
Union
one expenses accruing for adv the Land for Sale. }
of the '7sWcNt. of the Udt d Stttes rtizing withheld. Those who wish for the original and genine :
: dicta the s!\mfo The.above named lands are situate in n work, by 'Dr. Weisselh with private notes WE offer. for lale
that they hlve full power to receive and J't'ipt cnn e to other, will deprive us two tracts ot Land :2
Levy county on 'WithtRcooche short distance addpd by his own.hand.can obtain h i
; a only by. sendinediectly .one of which was purchased from
for the 'slmt' .J.1Jd also That Jno.Ml "
.1 : prerf.detl forever of all constitutional security. I above the weII-xn.own place called Fort to him, 11II he employs 110 Agents whatever, Bowden tmLtedonLake j
i Ilid money shan be pl\id ouly on condition that IInd sells the work George .and.colisist
I. f linch, and owned and claimed newer at wholesale-therefore nn l' j
James
I.t. relese be- first encuted toO the Unitel St.ues We trust. therefore, that the fortlicoin'ng and bounded by U. S. by Lynch. Book Agent, Pedlar. Postmaster ot Bookseller can of three hundred and fifty acres, more o less '.

in fun of aU claws for princip and interest I i address of the -outbern been lands I..unds unlessthere' have \Ossibly rurnilJ the genuine work. Deware there- pme land1 hammock with a large).orange. :1 ,
recently
on 'OCOunt of ria4/ emigration of said thirteen members ha&ed.adJoining. The (01 f',offalse copies "lid imitations;which may not onI grove. The other was pUrchased from \Yi11i
tSa hundred Creek Intfjms. i of t'ongres will be conceived iu ft tone .IbOyC li-mls will be sold at' the Court House of I y be worthlelJs,but di.ngemns! AU irifringfmenraofth. Gardiner situatednear :the aboTemeitj Z
Levy county, (the house of Mary v AndrCws..) copyright are promptly prosecuted; and cheats tract on t4e St. John's River, and. eoD8ists'Ot, ;1
ROBT. C. WIXTIIROP I
ti Speaker. of the House of Ueprt"Sentiit, worthy 01 our political equality?worthy : GEORGE H,. TREPER; will nhly eII'altered or abridged t"npi s. This i.tbonloriginal.an two hundred and fifty acres more or less..... J
.4 Tat Assesor and Collector true work-JlO other be
Ly C can. genuine
G. )L DALLAS.'ice of our nati'JII ii I hOlJur, und worth)' of N\v. 11, 1848. ,9wJ untl' -Ihoulandi of> copies haTe beep sent by hlail with and PUl above! land lands; :_
Preident of the United states anti perr"claret,. TIJe wIll e o1lered (or sale at .:
. sanction by the myrjads &1Viii IP The lhove sale 'Is Public Auctio tt
pow.erfully the first at the Court
President of the SeQ3.t mpoJ1ed nr CnpiiofthIe work will be sent in a clost en- Hotise'at'Jaebon- ,
ittI AlIproTed \ui .st 12, 1841i IIff ,.t l\knday in Fehra.nry ne.th 'clone,at.illgle letter pnstage,to any part of the UDi. vile, on the s steond Mondaj in IacbA.D',. :. !
Jan.JO 1849 ted Stltt&,'for 184w .
tIb JAMES K. POLL ; 't/sent post paid to' TIIOS. J "OEs 't-'
DR. R. M. WlISSELHOFFBoi.2710 JNO. : .j
8. SAMMI&1':
. THE LtGlSLATtJltE State
of the of Florida -
7 -
: laeksonnlle ''
E eeutor'8 Sale.By New York City.PtELICATIOIt N'oi.l1thj:1848. .em'
; adjourned line die outbe 13th inst. oilU 8 Broadway New .
odr [N.. 28.] tirtue ota Decree ftb United States 82 1
District Court f YorkCity.'Jaa.6,184L REWARD, ;
rThe 'N
The rthtrn District > -- ,
; i annexed letter has been handed to us by !m ,, .
Congress.In of Plol'ida made by said Co rt .
at an' xtra ; iYILLbpaidb
t a tixr : .
tmtleman who vouches the 1 -
:1 for respectsbUtt7 the Senate, on the gth inst.. Mr. Berien, term held by alkinrnment-oti the fourth day of Ji'I''ikerurs Sale. "I nieforthereturot i
. II J and truthful character or the writer.- December, A. D. 1848,at the city t.Nt. Augus- 4 my 'MAR 'atoleu
I Boston i of Qeiugia Chairman of the committee on. the tine. the irtl1e.or.wntof.(a., issued oo"t of the Cir- il.
( subscribers Executors of the By from
thronltype.NEW last win my Father'agta; ;;
cult ;
Judiciary, to whom had been referred the Bill I and testament of CourtforDuval Co ntl.1Wiltezpl3e at I ? .':
; .
i George Kingsler.dtceaaed. ble in
public aale.in front of the Court.House. in the Town, thiS'place.OJt
.cfw. HAv N, Ct, Sept 14, 1848. for admitting the Territory of California into will offer for salad .pubUe 8I1ction.1 th of J ackaonnlle;00 the 6,11 Monday ofFebrua1'1 next, .ight'ofth 25tJ1

L.I i L.i Dear ir-Pl&rdon me for the liberty which the Union as a State made a long and adyersereport. CQurt.Houle it the city ot Jaoksouvilleand between the hours of' sale on that day; a T act of ; of October bL'- Sh.

oJD I ,o,ta.\e in advising you of the benefit I I'e.emed State.aforesaid, on Monday, the fifth"day of r .Laad.Iying.situate and being at Hazzajd.on St. q .? ... : isadakbrowncz1
f March next, the fonowing,real estate, to wit: 30hlls River,in the County of DuvaJ,bnUridM II rolJowato'witBegirMJing ,- ..L.- :b1ack abOntfoutee .
2 rom the use of Dr. Wstu' JJaI.un at The committee report makes 3 objections on the SL Johns.Rivet two 4P
and
Wild Cherry. YTON'.ISL'AND, hundred (eet'ahnvethe Milt Creek,iil'lt hn running ahalfhandhigbfiveyeamoIdhandoe- ;
. against the Bill; let, that it is unprecedented; Situated,on Lake george thence down.tb. River bank past he mouth of Mill 1,,made small handsome head, eyes protru. i .

1.t. lAst spring, a sudden and 'Viotent attack up- 2dthat, it is unconstitutional; 3dth, itJs inexpethent teen hundred ( containing seven. Creek and the Wiler ma point distant one hundred ding fin.'neck legs smaIl1md'sinew.J'; and. It 1.'
(1100)) acres, more less-Talu. .
GI feet above WilliamRinstnn's Stnre'j second line ImalLhandaome foot
; fZI11U11gs, bI exposure to the cold confined to admit a Territory q a. State before able for its situation the its ; mane and taiIiougn4 U.
: quan'1' of son and L ,anoing at 'ri2bt angLes I with the first back 10 the top flowing whentho-wasstolen. .She h .
abJeui-1 ;
I. lIIeto the ROuse for several daf& I used any some prniouall.erg.\nized government. existed, for its orange lemonaudcitron grOTes. ftha Band Hills; 1ird.line running down th, River ish in her'righteye: ,bywhich, 'with the aboyw
coune the first bundtf'd feet tt
thence
3I rtmedies none or which seemed to benefit and here was DO for such a FORRESTER'POJNT same al one at deacriptionsbemay
me, precedent UJea.iureBesides e i1.Y ,
; rich t angles into the Marsha" far from last,nntioneJ i j:
10 that 1 lost aU hopes or receiving IJ.DY help if it had beelJ once admitted before it Situated on the St.ohM River,about!i:teen corner'and from thepoint. or beginning that a any one Jh is acquainted with horses.. ;: 'T "f :ft ;,

i.4 from Jnedieine. became a State its division would be beyorn I miles below Palatka coDtatnfng about six b n- 'line drawn porillel to the.firat'and thfrd line b) intersectilE : ::. : OSC&R:UARTI'- '
the eeimd iaat devctbed1ine n 1 i ; acsoUiIIDec .1fi,184asio
dred ((600)) acrez more orIess.A '- :u .
:b But, by the adJie or friends, I purchased a the control of CongJ"'U.Mr'Dapon' 'lJtlf' If'tofTwrnty Acrosni Land, .with the,Mill .-. :
-
D tlatt.te .$ 'VJSr and other fixtures tb reon. Taken a. the REWARD !
;
property
or that.JW .
said .
: Dr. Wistar' Balsam or Wild Cherry.DO wzspecuUailyaituaed of Ama er ParsoDp.tenati.ry,an ezecuti n in favor t :' ::1 :14
Sooner ha.t l1e the only northern membe7 ot the Situated neaP Forrestm-'s Point"containing inkd nut Plaintift VTILL be" given for .the.apprehens et .
, commenced using it than I found was pC.Thoma. O. flolmei-p. by "Y : :
thousand orfcsswithsn ""-- : : :JOHN".B.
one ((1000)) acres HARDIN1bo
,more THOMAS"L1.DWITH .
eseapedttoDf
t. ltme4iate but that he subscribed to tbe'nain r.'f.
relief and before the whole bottle committee the'.tan 5
orange grove upon it"lLJ1d ; q. :j tLI .( <( Sherifl'Dunl. connty.'Dec23 inDuaI, county, cal the.nigllt ofth
V.,: &S taken my cough and uight.a..eat had en, doctrine set fort1..' ,and. 'c- red 1 with" ..4reor..'; ;; I SAN'JOSE Q ;114_' si l' i 3d of January last here be WM confinej'ccoctio : j;
1
ti 'Or 7
PLANTATIOh1 -
i ,
lft mf' il itws, not consiituiioDal! or pe4iento -. ; for Burglary ,and Larceny. Said I
erG rl'f :h. Situated in Duvn1Qountyon the U'r J3t. .; -v. rxectorvNotlce J nailuin:iS-ab t r3 Jears o'd,about :feetil0' j
tis
henefit of those adi4t Cafl3rnia at thepresent ala State.
.
similarly afflicted .
l' Johns s 'mile from inch'
_,. .. -. l ckaonyiUe,eoishning pUB .Subscribeiblng :beenquaiifietiasji hIgtiigh'c niple,buhaU 'hi
*! :. A. ,
t.r.! iiing it to b a remedy of great value Latci&.it'r> Europe three 11 ind'ed (300)) acres mote oJ".Jess; of :Executors'or the 1aSt.' WIll ',aul' Testament ii-' ,.light, QJ's zidted,,small,:dull, iuddy bins : .d'f

t. : :..1,., f'OtiS IlnJ the first stages of contj Fj1.4NC& "', n whiCh -inehundredand' Tent1.fiTe" pf JAMES DELLjatp of Alachna county,. j, do1rUcistlo 1r-'U '%."t1mnand" close 7..OmJ 9 I
.; 1,11 ores areo fO'tcuUido ;fJriibpla e iaa deceased IOtjheTb7 gIvnto1l petonsb.a1ng presetfbeart1thznand. -ttering.- IhcarriecL' .' i:
. e <:1I), mOlive I bue h D king There about eight milIiona'ot.otes poled !- ," .
th. ,. were dwellingbous Witht 1"1 baldi11p, demandsagaInst.th5.: ot.tbe4ecease4 fF't1rJ groesJ .ith'hiI 'Wh iih c" d .
; ;
- > I \ II t h ... : Yours iViauoe at thi s1tion.'. !The aetna ret.u ;
truly :& &0.' The.Io i ep1 at Induce. to the ilinceh1 r tiDi'.TW b 1
.; t p :. gr ; to',preseut.; them witboutdeIay roainlngst
', :E' 'J lLLGUEn.'t .from hwth, ixtl"iY otbe resulU'Ibt.siz4epartmenta .. ments tcJ purc1ia,'bel atth1anc1 pleas- undersigned .ELecitors ..:;their: ,autorIzed. large Jnmittinoth: !mes. >.The 'sbo'rpreiiraM if i'

tf Pr1CeotIe dol1if :0 .; a foUowug: 'f, .. "-. sntl7sito&te4'Immeatelfon7 the RITW Stjohns'with Agent,Jame., Go' .Deli, Ne,1ma11STlll. East will 6e'a.J4' j,t .> emgned. t
: t. .; r si ix bottles fox Louis K&oleau13ortspaia'Csvalgnu < O'I,340' rertnff knda besrirna y 'ofth Florida:,wjthintbt1U3e p.r ed', 1 Iaw/rir de1ivirt4tbe Bh otDuTa anty.. 4 .I
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.:. JECT OF GKSTATIO AND CHILD-BIRTH, BY R.M. sell this' rk-/tPnblicatiott Office, 258 ;,:' ; 'J1U.T'P.8,'sickening dthtatwgtkjd.tientnd sffirasasgsg .
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:4 U.t.IO N.I" '( ) r.t ': No female'Who has reason to I z.
';f: WORK contains recently discovered n- Persons who wish the' Genuine Work,by Occupy the spacious;FIVB STORY WAREHOUSE -' jThe great"(.be ty'andrsuperJority of this Sar-i pjoaclungthatjcriUshould tl period 'ffi ppcae .
t;,r J upon a subject of the highest saparilia bvertattl&tlielHrenjedie* is it era- & .t1k,
. Dr. Weisselhoff,'with:private'not wadded by-his No. 56 OEDA.RSTflEEth'efwhlch WHOLK r r neglect todisease&to tatlit.It i5 I
tl. :.i importance to Married Persons or thpse.con*' own hand, can.obtain it only.by sending directly is d T ted 'to the exhibition and sale .di' :.. .'"f D b"for anyof th.anjez, etIteia :
' ;1<,:; templating Marriage. It will be found of special whatever >" '' .i" .A-.MJ13umpt "ed' if 11d .
'' ,to him, as employs.no Agents t of the SingZe4rticl;Of \ ; \ 1I' 1& : ./ % "htch..teaia1."I
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: value to those whose means, health or other. cleanse and Jeet
.it strengthen
and never sells .the work ,at woI sale-thr J'1'u !! r.P..R "" time of life. This period tWt
.i. ; ;i' circumstances, da not permit them to increase'.;; fore ,zo' Book' Agent; Pdlar.Postmaster\ or, IN".XE ,c.,A L 10.; OE S,_ t "(9- rt'r* eonsumption'can be cured/ P' -h 't aev.eral,years byIWDg.t tosy ejj21 bt dfJa1titr J

.f '4 the number of their family, without great ihtonvenienee. Bookseller Can .possibly furnish {the kenume' Their' present, Stock consists !of nearly Jr' bronocJ, .consUJP.ptiOD lie comnlain,jo' le&1.'h1uabte! 088.j1fho' .l Ja
t r :. .suffering, or perh3ps risk of lifeVA work. Bewar, therefore, of false copIes and ,One Thonsaed,Package; ...JI fl'" .womanhood it is calculated' '%e I :, r

tl J! : method ,avoiding these troubles and dangers imitations, whi h
. :','f. at will, (recently discovered, by a celebrated but.'dangerous! All infringements pfthe copyright patterns and colorings and comprising every' '. '. *.Jiectio. .-,. flush.nbthts'weatsdima.- J' OJ. 1 J .. indeed,this medic dJnri I.bi c
If[ :.;; }. French Physician) is fully communicated are promptly prosecuted ; and cheats thing.desirable. in :the line ,FOREIGN and cult or profuse expectoration all the'diseases to,which 1rom _
; in this work, so that any person may avail him- This I adpaIn ''i' 1I'I''
S R alteredco'pies. It
: will only sell abridged or DOMESTIC. *- braces the whole fi
p. ,:.;? self ot it at once} without purchasing any instrument is the only original and 'true 'work-no other All of irbica are offered for sale for eash' cr !", 'intheside&c. entlj.the ''JlatDral: syst reZ1ey. I

i': .t ..!. medicine, or other article, from the can be genuine. Send byjinailas: above; it.is satisfactory credit, at thLOWEdTPRIC1S, I : 'ha.ve"and .' Impurities,orthe body-not'erJi-bJ". 1'I

\ te, : author. The means of prevention here 'settt the only sure way to secure the work. Thousands bj.the" : '. ,; t can be". J', v>>.., '' thelylten'aa. tOProducean so
- -: q forth cost comparatively nothing, and are within of copies have been sent by.mail with PIECE OR' PACKAGE. I 'C red: tioJJt'"hlch'i&the : i.' ,
cue
r ;'j,: the reach,of all. The is new safe infallible there ot.mcst
process perfect safety. 'New received 'almost Probably never was ft remedy'that has for female weakness and JDedicinea.
: Styles are every day disea I
:_C.: convenient simple, and cannot injure : '
,
3m successful in
December 9 .18 9. been so desperate cases of consumption -DISEASE
r2r;, the health of the most delicate. Nor does it and many:of them are got up for our own sales,. as this it cleanses and the OF'.THE liE4Rj'2'URE I
.J ; strengthens
f: t' curtail matrimonial privileges in the least. SETTLERSUnder and not to,be found elsewhere. to heal the' 'ulcers AND DROpsy; ,
l ;.. NOTICE TO 'Jjp Printed listsofprices, corrected from systemandappears on the 3.DL. NEW, oax'Jul 'f

i!; : MORALLY CONSIDERED "' Act." day today; wilh'every'variation. in the market, lungs,and,.the'patients' ;gradually:regain.their 1, :T an 1kar'mM1' &
Liri The of this work be shown to be A' Occupation usual health and strength. been J
: :; object can are placed in the hands of buyers. : afflicted with :a disease of the
..i- :..""; of the highest utility, and sustained by the UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United Merchants'will be able to form some idea of CURIO s'cifsk- OFC NSUMPT ON! withxa terrible- rupture ltaJt.

. : 1 J soundest principles of prudence, political economy THE Treasury, &c., will attend at the the extent and variety of bur assortment/when: There is scarcely-a'day.passes but .there area the greater part: of the fClJ'erfiftfea'1,. ,She I,

t ,.-,. and virtue. It shows how a physiological following places, on the days specified below,to we state,that .the value of our usual stock ofthis'oNE number of cases ,of Consumption_ reported as troubled with shortness ofbnath and ;b_ -
.t ..: effect may be produced scientifically and with- take and receive proofs, by depositions before ARTICLE, is at least twice the.va.lile' cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tering of thtregsing heartwhicb1hgz,5 Ptat.1t.

f""l'!. out injury to the constitution, which thousands him, in relation to .settlement t and oCcupation the entirei..stock of dry goods'usually'kept by The following S recently1feceivedV* ;:!iand" has frequently fjtta t;

t :, r attempt to accomplish by the most unwise and ,of all persons who obtained permits under our largest. wholesale jobbers. This fact 'together DR.; TOWA-SEND -Dear. Sir: Jfor; the :tlast leave'' her bed. The-rupture' "U" 'Ua U
h: i reprehensible means. The object is by no. the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to provide with the fac, that our means and our three years I have been afflicted with general and severe: ,She tried almost 2S"5* I:

!!.,: ., means new to the world. The means will be for the Armed Occupation and Settlementof attention, instead of being divided among avast debility; and nervous consumption of-the'last .such cases with but little bejjefit every ,to

jr',j 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 expectto ever gqi .my health had taken but three bottles of 1\1ar II, I

;. --1' sensible people as a discovery iu physiology of ," approved August 4th, 1842 and who were will render the advantages which we can offerto at all. After going through course,of medicine medicine she was entirely reliev.J10ar t2ctUett

ti'i : ,. &. the highest consequence to public morals and occupants under that Act and the Act amendatory dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be' under the care of some of the most distinguished ot the heart, and-the rupture La oltha di_. J

.."';'1:'". '' happiness. thereof, approved June 15th, 1844, and our care that none who visit our establishmentshall regular physicians and members. .the tirely>disappeared.- ., &Jme. :.. = !
{L. (f THE INSTINCT OF NATURE. who actually occupied or settled under said meet with any disappointment. Board pf Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dl'OpJyand '* ; [

tt.H..: Love, and the desire for union between the Acts and did not, voluntarily relinquish and 'Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and spending' the most of my earnings in1 attempting much swollen. We had'to idea tha "ahe"o,

3 > *; '*.v may. Without marriage, we have, in all coun- said frontier South of the line dividing Townships B.-B. F. 'LEE, formerly of the firm of in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases.- But it has,as strange II compUeatf II :
5j.:C'*J% tries, a debasement of one sex, and the criminV numbers nine and ten, South and East,of Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original to try''it. After using six bottle's I found it pear1 relieved her of.the dropeYZ"1i1iaYan ay

;t .t.* al indulgence ofthe other; with marriage, and the base line specified in said Act of. 1842, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con done.me great.good, :and called to see yonat that this statement is BO strange, is to It

th;*ii' the unrestrained indulgence of the natural in- thereby. aidinc' -. to effect the objects of said Actd, nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed your office ; with your advice I kept on., and do almost like fiction, but it i"-neurtladU ip

: #ri r stinct, very often suffering and misery of the viz:- business in' connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for your'adviceI per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla is eJ'hl1.IJ' .IO.tJ.. .

.7 ." most fearful character. Who, then, shall deny At Newnansville, .Alachua County, on Thursday Judson, and assures his friends that.the new severe .taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine and- should'be-'BMf bTnf"

,,.: ;, to man,'(a free agent) the right to marry and 12th October, 10 day's. concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that suiFening as we;have.. -Jlbf
; ', to regulate the instinct of nature* At Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished four months, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account they are.at.Jjbm1 .
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ti: : Z YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE. October, 10 days. the other two houses to whieh he be and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at-my house and have ocular iea.'lrItlitioL l

: At lica.nopy, Alachua County, on Thursday, longed. June 25, 1847., 2y helped me beyond the expectations of all that. Yours respectfully, 8
j'j., 't. Young Married People, whose fortunes are 2d November, 2 days. knew my'case CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM J

:it.j. 'I not yet established, will find in this work matter At St. Augustine, St. John's County, on Thurs SARTAIN'S UNION MAGAZINE.OF Orange, Essex Co.N.J.,Aug. 2, 1847. -TO'WSERil JuntHt 8

: to interest them deeply, and information of day, 9th November, 10 days. LITERATURE AND ART, State of Nero Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY. b,

6 'f( the highest value, which they should not, on At St. Lucie County, on Monday, 27th Novem- Quimby beingduly sworn according to law,'on i No fluid or medidine has ever been U.
. ;,,.; account, be ignorant of. Hundreds of Married FOR JANUARY 1849.MRS. diswm
any ber, 10 days.AtMellonville. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which tO nearly resembles the
r advanced in have assured gartriefewt
0< : People, now life Orange County, on Thursday, true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and
if had such rtrengtiahif
" J" : the author that they possessed a 14th December, 10 days. a M. KIRKLAND AND PROF. J. S. HART, EDS. belief. CHAS. QOOI Y. the
1 in life it would have saved them I organs digestion as tbis prt'pantiq i
.:, treasure early At Ocala, Marion County, on Monday, 1st Jan- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sllr?3pari1Jn. It positively
than half the suffering and deprivation Eigfity of letter and cures every.em tf
more uary, 10 days. pages press on new type extra the 2d August 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN dyspepsia howtvtr '.
" severe rtronic. :
or a:
1.i'.! they have since endured. At Chocochattie, Benton County, on. Monday, fine paper, three superb mezzotinto emteUisk- i Justice of the Peace. BANK'I EPARntEl'tT. ALBjirv 1\JayJOJSU.- *
r UNHAPPY WIVES. menU,and eight other varied illustratwfU.i
15th 10
days.At
7. ', January, DR.TowKSEKi>- ir.1 Lave been"tffifctrf K
.:f .: Unhappy Wives, who feel that their physical Tampa Hillsborough County, on Monday, TWO CHILDREN SAVED.. for several years with dipepsia in iti: *:
tout
.-.::' condition and health totally unfit them to be- 30th January, 10 days. THE Public are already aware that the Union 'Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sournc? of siomaci' b

.-,': come the mothers of a numerous offspring, and At Key West Monroe County, on Monday, 14th has changed residence, as wellas not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend appetite, extreme heartburn, and t ;

I
::.: ii' will terminate their existence, will At Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 ker number, Messrs. Sartain and Sloana- summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) 1 have bees Mableiorrtib elt

, i't; hail the discovery of this certain means of relief days. having purchased it of the former proprietors died.' The certificate we publish below is con bnt.a sa\a 11'portion on my sto u.eL. Itridtit

/;'.... with unbounded joy. Let all such unfor- All cases presented will be examined and New and transferred its place of publicationfrom clusive evidence of its value. and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little ern'effect 1pe

'Jl-l. tunate and unhappy wives lose no time in obtaining reported on, and persons interested are requested York to Philadelphia. Inaddition I instance of its saving the'lives of children: in removing the complaint. I was Wilted kt
4 t::!. this important work. It will be to them to have their permits, depositions and witnesses also, to the services of Mrs. Kirkland, who will DR. TOWNS )-Dear Sir: I.had two children ,about two montlis*since te
'
try Extrid re
your
--f: I. 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 of Sarsaparilla, aid 1 must s-y with Kttle'ewi paIL
'.tp:. an early and premature death.HEREDITARY cases fully, in conformity with the printed instructions -. the proprietors have engaged,as an associate complaint'' and dysentery, one was only 15 fidence; but after-using nearly two bottki5
'" ; Editor Professor John ti Hart of Philadelphia
,
forwarded each claimant. months old and the other 3
L'i. DISEASES. years. They were found my apj.etite restored and tht Leaftbura
i' HUGH ARCHER, very much reduced,and we expected they would, entirely removed and Iwoald 'Bl
< ; : Scrofula, Consumption, Insanity, Apoplexy, It is confidently believed that the patrons of earnestly re
United States die
Agent Treasury. they were given by two' :
; respecfablephysicians. commend the .
up of
it
use to those who Live bet A
Disease of the Heart and other horrible the *
;. : com Magazine will find signs of improvement .
Octt. 14 1848. nl When'the'doctor informed that afflicted
us as :I have been. Yours
. : ;' plaints, capable of transmission from parent as well as change. Its external is &cv* 1'\1
appearance we must lose them we resolved, to
: :c. to child, afflict many worthy people, who at the improved. For evidence of this the reader try your W. W. VAN ZANDT> 'JoFt
Sarsaparilla we had heard s'omuch of but had
'" HOLMES & CO. N. Purchaenone but such have ,
;: :.: same time are as capable of enjoying themselves need only look for himself. In the'pictorial as wr
._ little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pen that hide the bottle completely and tin A.
':.f in the marriage state as their more fortunate --- department the Magazine now fearlessly'hallenge
,' may that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P.'IOW SEND.:4; <*
: ESSRS.HOLMES & CO. have removed '
fellow beings. Shall such refrain / with
persons c a comparison of its rivals.:
\ any thankful that did for it
.. :.: from marriage on this account, 'or shall they .L their stock of Merchandize to the large In respect to the LITERARY character of the we undoubtedly saved Principal Office. 12G Fnlt.n-et.8un Bui1&t ftP
: the lives of both., I write this that others
: ;. ... marry and give birth to a feeble offspring, destined building formerly occupied the United States Magazine, it will be the earnest endeavor of all be induced to it. Yours: may N.Y.;' Redding' & co. 8 State-st. Bdstonj'Djatt
t to life death? known the Government Building. They use respectfully, & sons, 132 North Second-st. Ph11adt hill 8 Ta'a
:r a suffering or an early as concerned in its publication, to secure for it JOHN
'C:' :4 The answer to such serious questions will be have added to their stock, by the late arrivals the contributions of the best writers that the WILSON.. S.' Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Thzrol.'&?.

. found in the work here recommended from'New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods, country affords. The proprietors have already Myrtle-avenue. Brooklyn, Sept.15,J.847. Richmond, P. M.: Cohen, CharlestonjWriltfe fa,
Groceries Hardware Provisions &o &c .LUNATIC AYSLUM. co. 151 Chartres-st. New Orleans tltfSbttl: :
entered into for articles from
' EARLY MARRIAGES. arrangements
: :.h t : which they are prepared to sell at reduceIprices. almost writer of distinction in the United James Cummings, Esq. o'ne of the Assistantsin PearJ- ;Albany; -R. Van'Buckirfc. 29?' rtr/W -
'. Early Marriages are strongly advised by iit every the Lunatic Blackwell's Market and
' :; States of which they offer what claim Ayslum, Island is the Broad-st- Newark. KJ.'wdlj
.4;":: philosophers writers upon social and political They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, be "first fruits"they to gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and MerchnntsgeaoiiHy
in
, a respectable the
;\:::;\ subjects. Early Marriages beyond all question Hides, and other produce of the country, at the number.very present RIlE Ult1 TISlJI. throughout the United states West Indies mi- ICLl
"::J:: t tend to promote virtue and happiness; highest Market rates, and make cash advanceson This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. M. REED4gt6iJacksonville ;- '

.: 1t and with the power of regulating the procreative consignments to their friends in Savannah AN ORIGINAL NOVEL.A of rheumatism th'at Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla ,Florid. *

,;{r,: : functions, made known in this work, maybe and Charleston or New York. special feature for the volume has cured-The 'most severe and February 26, 1848. ly' "14
present will KM
.j:. entered into without fear of '
.
; freely incurring chronic cases are weekly eradicated its
They have anew article of Wrought Iron be the publication of an Original Novel the by extraordinary ,1
.t.{ t responsibilities which cannot be sustained. Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call manuscript of which has been purchased, for virtues : .B 1..L I .A R ,D SALOON< ]

: rI; OVER POPULATION OF THE EARTH. the attention of Planters. the purpose. The publication of this novelwill DLACKWELL'sIsLAXD,'Sept.14,1847. me
,j:. i : Over Population of the Earth may no longer Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf commence in the third number, and will in DR. TOWKSEND-Dear Sir: I have'Euffered C ASDBOWLING Heaa
I'T'.!_ calculations of Malthus terribly for nine years.with the rheumatism ALLEY. (
The
be apprehended. no case be extended into the succeeding even ;
.
year
",-:. and the wild fears of Robert Dale Owen are a- A. M. R EDJHAS though a large number of extra pages have to considerable of the time could not eat, sleep Subscriber .his recently 'pn iea
:::'jot lik.e rendered baseless by the discovery here be printed to bring it to a conclusion before or work; .I had the most distressingpains and THE n fitted 'up .a Billiard! Saloon 1
hand well assorted
....a. communicated to the world. Tho control of constantly on a the close of the volume. my limbs ,were terribly swollen. I have used Bar Rooini the.spacious premises formerly pvedbytGov TCIwi J
; I" man over his accidents," in this respect, at least, ofGroceries four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have >rnment. ard occupied ly JuJ !

;1.I.. ."; is here established. Ths wisdom of exercising Provisions, DryGoods, Premiums. done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Lancaster; He has also: just finished a 0plrndu| Bo.

'..P; .(.,. such control, none who give the subject a mo Hardware &c. viz The following splendid Engravings, suitablefor good-relieved.I am. so much better. Indeed I am Bowling AlleyJ; connected. with Tiis egtabliA; tkP
: ment's consideration can doubt. Crockery, ; Parlor Ornaments, have been engraved at entirely You are at liberty to use ment, and, ,present,.the.onlv,We in Jactaoa-
this for the .
1 HONESTY OF THE WORK. Superfine Flour,in bbla and 76 bbls; an expense of more than $1000, and are offeredas Yours benefit of the afflicted. yule, which wll be'.open: 'to the Pnhlie onJIoa-" pu.tat]

I 1 33r There is no deception or humbuggery of Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; Premiums in connection with the Magazine.The respectfully COULD ,NOT JAMES WALK.CUMMINGS..' day next, the 23d Octobr,: As: ne has bee a anJ

11 any kind about this work. it is precisely what i Hums, Bacon,'Pork,F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; price,of either picture is of itself$3. That Townsend's get trouble and expense to affor&ths1n'. 411
is the
its; title indicates scientific Mackerel, Cod sh, Salt,Rice; A Sarsaparilla very recreation, hf trusts his Jexertioia
:N a publication, containing large whole-length Portrait of Gen. Z. dacit.
Taylor best
for female "
E information of great value to married Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White Beans remedy.& .- complaints_ ., .. there, is will be rewarded! ,
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Represented resting on his van horse Old no disputing; thousands and thousands of '
Irish Potatoes JOHN CLARKwill always hand
:1'1 -t people, or those contemplating marriage, expressed ; Whitey. Engraved on steel, in Mezzotinto weak and debilitated females that were kepon' .
Oil by prostrated choicest LIQUORS'
SEOARSP
Sperm Candles HAVANA
,
'.. in plain language which all can understand ;
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J. Sartain, from Daguerreotypes ,taken from by those diseases to which females are ?
4-. Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee and he feeIs'eonfidentthasito'1ault
with
words in b
; no .
-- :I unnecessary put mere Muscovado Sugar N 0 Molasses life expressly for this plate Size. of the work subject were soon in the enjoyment of.: b shealth. found with him .
particular.
? the ; T *" '
number of
ly to swell its The whole -->- - pages. ]
i.
exclusive of the, margin 24 by 16 inches. '
Stuart's Refined Loaf Crushed and Pulverised CLABK.
and
story is told the means of accomplishing JOH beIn
) the objects of the work fully and faithfully given Sugar; Group of Portraits of the Washington Family. DR. TowNSEND-New zr YORK Sir:,*Sept My:wife 23. 1847.has for : 'Jacksonville-Oct.2l, ISS.. ,'-

.-1-I. "P so that the reader may avail himself of it at Brandy,Rum, Gin,Whiskey, 'Alcohol, Turpentine Including Gen. Washington,Lady Washington; the last year been /very.sick;and,in greatly t- 7 .:---7 :?-,- :' c '--:: : I' &

j.. c.4k1 once without purchasing any medicine, instrument ; Eleanor Parke Custis, George WashingtonParke reduced state .of health, bejng. reduced by.,a ..CALClNEDELASTERfPCOGG1NS III& 'Wi I:
.. or other from the author. The London Porter, Port,Madeira, and Champagne Custis and <
favorite
:t- t" erticle Wine Washington Servant variety of complaints'such females sri liableto .& CO of PhUadeldia dis
means protection which it recommends, ; Engraved in Mezzotinto on steel J. .
\ .i. may by ; she got so bad at lengt th she wasrentireily. manufacture
also be relied without fear of Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. Sartain from the C.ClE .
' upon, disappointment original by Savage. Size -
unable to walk,and was as helpless as child PLSTE7Z'fth&whitst'an&.
Ii A Complete Assortment of Dry GoodsC exclusive ; C -
or injury.PHYSICIANS of 16 inches.
I margin by .
1ic s, Ginghams Muslins Bonnet and Taffeta she .commenced, using your Sarsaparilla- tMt can be produced, at the lowrateof$1,37)
,
I 41 PROFESSORS AND Remember,' our Premiums are not from old she
tJ L ; Ribbons; immediately began to regain her strength, cJ per.barrel,vfreshly: pU\.lnp.i u *&
.' CLERGYMEN Sh etings and Shirting bleach'd and worn out Magazine plates, not worth the poStage her complaints left her, and after taking'several sipping conditition. .? I-*** .'
.ch'dj "
d' In all parts of th.e.country have given their Irish Linen, Diaper Bishops and Long Lawn; ; the offers on their of transmission others., asis The the case with bottles she is restored.Being. ;'a"singular I ALO, .8TEREOTPE'U: .t ail .

::1'r'I testimony strongly in. favor of the objects of: Cambrics, Jaconet Swiss and cross bar Muslins Sartain's Union some intend Proprietors of easel thought it might do good to publish'it. .- .! and L.ND PL.87EB 5 et per barrL. Ij

:i! .;3. this work, and the nature of the discovery.We .- Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; ; when"' Magazine is made 'to in all instances She.used. number, ,of remedies that.done her ,D orde t01he.pptn.rh 2Dno
a
: annex a few of these recommendations: promise produce something no good preyiously Yours, respectfully. >r to :
:t ..; Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; of real'merit and-value. '. ,. phi& ,' .
, ,"r" NEW-YORK Sept. 13, 1848. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for. pants, >,4 TEflMS JOHN. \'. ., 87,. .Norfolk-si.::' ,le .- PCO'GG1S'& ,: 1k
DL R. M WEISSELUOPF Dear Sir I should &C. &O & : : hitJ&t
\ .i : ,, 0 : Pltlph"
'1. ": have no question whatever that the means recommended umbrellas-Silk Gingham, and Cotton,in steel One copy of1.the & g the;and one of the TO,THE',LADIES \.Y 4 ..n.v.'u),lQAO "' ., l ',

t*tl t in your work on Child-Birth,would and whale bone frames; Premiums, ,-' p$3 00 .GREAT FEMALE,MEDICINE, t 'c dith

ttt\ \ accomplish the objects intended considered in Hardware Cutf/Jry/ -Knives, Scissors, Razors; ,Two Premiums copies, .of the Magazine and.::one.of, '. ,DR.TOWNSEMD'S SARSAPARILLA is a sovereign C H A, .R. .L'.E-D's'W_. H-.'J" .

if." reference to physiological principles alone, but, Nails, Hinges Butts, Knives and. Forks, Spoons, :-; \ '5 ,QQ and speedy cure for incipient consumption,and A.l1VTIONEEB. tiu
,. Five copies of,the and r' t
Magazine of
".r I have also happiness to know that it has Tea Trays; one for the general prostration'of the systemTnomatter' .4 rt' TACKSONYlIEg.'I"rJ : >
.
*
Stood the test Collins Axes;Hammer the Premiums d a'c pi. of the Mag.azlne.utratothe'Agentj Sxwslri de& (
' tf'. practical experiment. Hatchets Saws; 'whether the result of inherent cause any part of the countyU
.fU ;. 'r, Yours truly, R. LE DOYEN, Carriage Wrenches, ,'Halter 'Chains, Pot, Keti .'fF.' -1000 or!causes, produced by irregularity,' illness'oraccident *t an4rjespectnlly8plicjted; > 'V :; :A r -r;
: u-- Professor of Midwifery late of Paris. ties, &CO, &c. Single copies,'' 'e -* : f.:'V.J 25cts. _, _. -otUe'May.6 i848 ; ,
:Fft ; must .', '>.J.v- ", :'t.> X''i: f. ;,'_ | ,g > .f.--. "t
A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. iThe: money accompany each order. than its .
/ :_ A Gooa Assortment and No letters taken from the post office unless'the VI NothincanbeorcsurprWng: ; jin- _" t *,,WM., S.LAWTQN- h' ','
.ltHt .. NEW-YORK August, 1848. of Crockery Tin Ware "" "" f v.h'e human("e. :Per. ,
,! 'D*. R. M. WEISSELHOFF-Sir: The moral ef-. Boots$ Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's postage,Address'JOHN is paid. /BABTAIN fevCO- sons all Je a and'Tassitude, fronitakingit'at FACTOR. AND cOlOUSsiON x.u Jrm,
'. / feet of such information- Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A become robust and full of under : ,
: i your work contains, \ once energy ;: i:: '
{ :. ',: 1 believe to be decidedly salutary. The right variety pf:Fancy Articles Perfumery, Medicines Third Streetopposite.' \Merchant-".'- & EichanDec.16,1848. "e its influence. immediately counteracts the : : CbarTetonS.iJ.\ .... aijIUrt

'. of man to control the animal instincts cannot be &c. PWladelp : nervelessnesslofthe: ,female flrame.which is the : BETZUNCES-E.0,JaudOii, s.'nesr J'M&sontftleE.P.
. I think the work will Jacksonville,April I), 1848.. :; of barrenness.4iIt .' McDonald 11Ift
questioned. be the means ly ; Brought i*o Jail, t great cause ;: 00"f4 C:J; GaPj
: of doing much good. Rev. B. F. CROWLEY. /CORDIALS &Maraschino; Cura :iU4YcpInmittedto! the jail of 1l1ri'Id will not4i&# ted'4of us. in cases of so Formsn, >Eaqv Charleston, ,S.\>C.; ,Eoa. !*.'
,
___ ao, exhibit certificates'of .
colored delicate nature
t4i x> AbsyntheV;Lemon Syrup 'Raisins 9ty'a man.hO.BaY8'th his a : cures .Elmore Charleston 8.C.
; Citron
. e: "'f 'No."8 Stanley Park N. Y. Currants f Preserved Ginger'Fresh-, ; .D&me ROBEJBT, and!that he belongs : performedj butftwe can assure_the afflicted.that Ftj>ruarj |8,.1848.. ,1, _
.et rf D i WEtMp.non-Sir: The principles of and Lobster in cases. Sardines; t:'l I AVn AllMM-CA V,'A *.* Caroli. : hundreds of cases have;.been reported.us.: '- '.
} the hints !DoD r Olives.'Caper tD .Tow : My/wife ." .
of
J"p Chem i1'ap.p1iedto for regulating ; Currant'JellyBlackbe'rry Jam r 1iJa, a 4ark yellow complexion, SEND being greatly te'J"D: >
,. tt the procreative functions as stated in .your Paste,'Refined*; iquorlCe &c. For sale;by Jujube- about kp"4eenjlcbea.in height, and ap* ,tressed by;weakness and general, d !ll9J an'd .A LL PERSONS indebted tG'tbI'E1' -4".

I )' Book on Child-Birth, ,would satisfy any'wellinformed 9. .tf A.UNS. M.REED "II parently twenty five years of age. TheowWwill suffering'.continually by ,pain and with i;other ;'John H. Whiddopy late,of Th11t. ,
., f' person that the object of that publication "pr-c.-'- please,come: forward,?pay charges, andBABBfiB difficulUciand having known cases where your County, YIs '4 csuedwiil.com81 A
t'
Sk 1 t could b.'attained' with the:most. perfectand I,0 .'" .}few' single f and49br1.el J take, .him'..., awa't! ':. O8EPJL3. ,' medicinethaPffected great,cures; and:sub make immediate payajrafc t And all 1'4.
@I\ [t ,: etaInty safety. ,-"; .. L :Guns;of superiorquality,1fprsaleby:;':{, : 1 ;. pP1Ja11r" ;Rtzyal'Co.Jk bearing it j comni ended for such cases as have whatever, hiving demands againstthi!.: ."
u < L.:BULUVAN i'lD.e ." } ,; ''h :tf: AM"REEP: bTaCkOfl11: Ifr| 1ec.i6thv'18494'''i:.' 3*JtfXNDIA ;. described, : obtained a, bottle of your Extract 'tate will render them in within,two yearS'\

fff of cJievtistryew.Univuity. PORTER AND'SCOTCH' '1)Cv6Amparilla followed. the direcuoisoi.1iehort ; .ththtkattdsLtbLibwdIre ts'Or this $G'. azid
i !, ALE &IWBB.ft'ovElt. SHOES- Forsale
ri LONDON .
It I 'by'*''.*& ;'A. H/REKD !3& 'i' :!.,, ,A.'M..REED.: pt' period U_removed her coa- will be plead|n tor of their recov .. .
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