The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: January 27, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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regular c ltomer. By referring Act Bad Rr.o1ntin. pnnsrd al the First and Whitehall, in.the county of Owen and From Tampa, via Manatee; to Saraota.V ,From Dalton, via Spring Place,Murray cxnza I .
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Jjy Advertuwnenis not marked with the number AN ACT to establish certain post routes. Kinderhook, to Stawtowa Hamilton county. Largo, Miami'J upiter, San Lucie, Indian river From Griffin, Pite conntrTiA. Ti }.Xi1I ;

rffasertipns required. will continued until forbid Be it enacted by the Senate'tmd Souse of Representatives From Salem, in Washington Tia Lees- : aid Smyrna to St. Augustine, in steamers. Fayette county, to Kewnasu Cowe&a.W7. IlJt
yule, in Lawrence county, to, Bloomington, in r- ,ILLINOIS. From Ray sville,Columbia'.county;tia lob #
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dollar will be charged for all ann uuee.eatl Congress assembled That the following" county V From Peru, via Troy Grove, Ovid, DewVa Lincolnton Lincoln eouab1: _.
fc7Fi e post From Muncie, in Delaware Bounty to:the Mills Grove From TraYener'sBw.D yiXTijatT.&OlIo
Lafayette Kelly's Mills.and KiJh. j Ii
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ofbqdidatel \ same are hereby, county seat of Tipton county. waxikie, to Rockfbrd.V rencerSt wart county. .e-_ _' T::;
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Jt e to Debtors and Creditors! : .10 00 vii : in MAINE. '. .' via Angola, to La Grange Centre,V in the State Grove,and Oswego to Naperville.FrmPernviaomoand th I Central railroad, in'ScritiJl. -, ... inw- it'1.tt* .
for Letters Administration 5 00 Indiana. V : Reidayij1t 'latiWl cOunt "
Mrt Apptfcttwn AuTeUfioM notices will beinterted frataitr From ,Fanningtoh, :.Tia,,East' StronNew From St. Joseph,.Tia Williama Centre, Ban Mount Carroll Gen.I.GZOTstO' FI'\JU' aidsiii11e:l Tatun ..o. ;aD'j -

Vineyard;and-New;Portlandftb Kingsfield. nereburgh, to defiance, in the State of Ohio. From Galesburg to *. forty-fifth ail st3.tioVcn thIStr1!rilr .2.

.AU idmwiable personal communications will Waterford.From Stoneham Via East gtoneham, to North From Leesburg to Wolf Lake. V I From Wheeling, Illinois( l) Tia Long Grove,' from Bact.,.' s-.oes soTowimlni' ; V -I
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a From Bellville, in the county of Hendricks, Giliner, Pork ville, McHenry Ringwood Geneva connty. V Vfr i
be f Barged ts advertisements.rr Front Bangor, in 'the county of Penobscot, I via Danville to North Salem. Spring Prairie, East Troy Elisabeth and From Andtrscm, inS utk Cazoliam.btrton Il

? All bills for Job Printing mail be paid on the via East Hermon, South. Levant, via Guilford Exeter, From Brownstown, .in Jackson county, via Waterville, to Summit in Wisconsin. to Lexington,V Ogletaorp*county,'OeoW I .

d.liver of the work. Garland Centre, East Sangerville, David Bowmon's, to Nashville Brown county. From Formington via Fairview Ellisrilk siL V V
rrr All eommanicat'x' roust be addressed to Centre, to Manson,.in, the county. of Piscata-: From Bluffton, in Wells county to Fort and Virgil, to Macomb., ,. From Pendleten South Carolina, tia Palll*7, s.

AITGt7TIi C. OK.LETT. porfgye pt1 if. quis. : Wayne,in Allen county. V From Dixon vii Propbetatown, Portland, am'i ferry, Bans/*..,'Do.nsviUe: i 't
.From Bucksport Village in Hancock county fin Madison
---- -- From La Grange to Goshen. Sharon, Green River, and Camden, to Bock Spring, Spring to Athtu., Ctar
via Duck Cove Settlements, passing the dwellings From Monticello in White to Lafayette gia. \ .
.d.WeekIT U.S.Bl. Steam-Packet Line county, Island. V t
of Samuel Harriman and Joab Harriman, in V From Athans, Gillavffl*,'to r'kni 1
Tippecanoe county. From Belvidcr Illinois
( ) via Roscoe Force5. I
and thence through the Long Pond settlementand From Perkinsville in Madison via N. Mills From Athens, via Dallas, Pmidaabt.'to'
/iil. BETWZXM county, Bridge, Daris's RightaeU'i Mills, andNew V -
Debham to Corner in Penobscot Camearille.
George's Lancaster to in h
Tipton ,
Tipton county. Pennsylvania,to Shullaburg, in Wisconsin. it
From Oaiacnill to .
county. From Evansville Argo.ARKANSAS. .
in Vanderburg county, to From Sycamore via Coltonsville South V
SAVANNAH & PALATKA, FLA., From Augusta, via South China,North Palermo Cynthiana Posey county. Grove, Hick's Mill ,Lindenwood Whit Rock V T

BY THE WAY Of .Freedom, Knox,Brooks,Monroe, north partof From Metea or Fulton, in Fulton county,via Paine's Point Day,trille, and Oregon, to Mount From Eldorado,. in.Union county, Tia Iper's Due
I II DARIEN, BRUNSWICK. ST. MARYS, GEO.; Frankfort Carlton's Corner, and Hampdeo, Perrysberge. Niconza,Laketon North, Manchester Morris. ,Foster's Store,;;and Jam*Dyez's'toAens 1.4 1#'

II I JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND to Bangor. Liberty Mills South Whitely, to Whitely. From Wilmington, in Will county via Mason the seat of.jaitici V of Claiborae'parialL- -.I*' '.4" ;t
From Mexico to through Roxbury in Louisiana.J -- t
I PICOLATA, FLORIDA. Byron From Washington, In Davis county, via Fayetteville to Pontiac. in Livingston county. D I
Oxford and terminating the route from From Wwain jton Tia. .'.Mills :
In connection with the Charleston Daily county, in Lawrence.county,'to Bedford, in .From Charliston, in Coles county, Tia Sulli- ,' HsaPf ?.' fi'f
i Weld. and
Wilton to Andover at said Springs ey*, in Serier couaty.B&ker'iSpringsan4Mountain q
the county: in Moultr-e to Decatur in Macon
Mail Steam-packets at Savannah, steamer van, connty. ."
i j SARAH SPALDING, from Palatka to Lake VERMONT.From From Jasper, in Dubois V county, to Troy, in From ThomIson's Ferry, opposite Cape Gi- to Dallas. York*Cor*,-U= "rolfcrconnty ', ''. 1t1t
.Monroe, the U. S. Mail Stages, from Picolata to Northumberland, New Hampshire, to Perry county. rardeau, in Miaouri, via Thebes Santa Fe, and I ,- :
6t Augustine, and from Black Creek,via. New- East Burke, Vermont, via Guildhall, Granby, From Evansville in the State of Indiana, via Smithland, to'Cairo. From Chickalah to Hot SpringsI'' ." iil.
Dungnile. Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus and Victory. Albion and Fairfield, to Salem, in the State of From Peru, via Perkin's Grove, Ovid, Paleg- From Lost Creek, via Heste'BridguoHurricane : ( il.l l
Creek via H. Carres ,to j'g filn .
From West Vermont to Windham Illinois. ri
to Tallahassee.OCAMULGEE Townsend V tine Grove; lulrt Grove, Lee Centre, Franklin Jefferson ': 0 r
Centre. "From Warsaw in Gallatin county; to New Grove and county. J. :1"
i Liglt House Point to DallTille.From
Capt. P. McNelty.HebbanL From Cambridge, Lamoille county, Vermont, Liberty, by the way. of Glencoe and Poplar .Southpcrt, (Wisconsin, ,) via Pleasant From Chickalah Tillage ,Tell. :*ouaff.Matthias ". '! ip4 f"t,
1 1I W.\L ASTON, ('apt. John via Fletcher, to Bakerfield. Grove, in the State of Kentucky. Prairie Knox and Harkey's, via Jordan Thompsoa's,.ps.; 1

I. ST. MATTHEWS, Capt. Nicholas King. PENNSYLVANIA.From .. V From Ponoma, in the State of Ohio, to Denmark lish Prairie., to Cms-corners Rchmond, in Liberty Illinois.., Eng- Morrison's Bluff, in Johnson'county.' .V :,, ,,

These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY Sharon, Potter county, Pennsylvania, up to the St. Joseph river to Hamilton, From Elizabeth:via Freeport.to Bock riTer. From FayetUville. Arkansa, Tia ,DanitTSTealX
j''J ltd SATURDAY MORNING HI 10 o'clock, and arrive via McKuy's grist mill, through the valley of the in the county of Steuben, in Indiana to Cold- From Freeport;.via Cedar Creek Mills and via Henry Hasti&s' tot Ma ilhaBM' j !

ji at Picolata in time fur the Mail Stages togo Honeyoye creek, WellsTille, in the State of New water, Michigan, via Bid le's Corner in Troy Oneco (Illinois,) to Monroe and Madison, in ton county. "e'' "It
: through to St. Augustine before night every York. township, in Dekalb county. Wisconsin. From Wilmington, ArkansifjTiato crfliUs r VI .

i I L Thursday and Monday. From Norristown, Montgomery countyto Al- From Brownstown in Jackson county, Indiana From Carrollton in Green county, to Win Marion Louisiana.LOUISIANA.. >.. JI

j Returning, leave Palatka every TUKSDAT and lentown, Lehigh county, via Jeffersonville,Per- to David Bowman's, in Creek township, to chester, in Scott county. '' "J 4
FIIDAV MOEXING, at 7 o'clock,touching as above kiomen bridge, >chwcakes' store, Frederick: Nashville,in Brown county. From Mount Morris,via Niles'and Woodruff's Meredith's From HanaonvilleViaCoptnhagftn;. ,

I. uea way. Jolebrookdale, and Emaus. MICHIGAN. Corners, Farewell'sFerry, and Rock Run in JaIV *, Vernon.Dnyds. f
They are both lore presscre boats, in complete From Pottsville, Schuylkill county, to Mill- From Lansing, in the county of Ingham, via Illinois, to Madisonin, Wisconsin. mania to Athena,-teat ofjuatIcth; .parl. .4fli

i iI I trder, and handsomely furnished in every res- ersburg, on the Susquelianna. via Llewellyn, Oneida Chester, and Vermontville, in Eaton From Waterloo, it Monroe county, via Red of from Claiborne.v1'Natchitoches Saint ManrU C4aCreeicv

iI I: pct; are commanded by gentlemen of well Tremonl, Bearmtnt, Wiacouisco', and Elizabeth- county, and Hastings, in the county of Barry, Bird, Evansville, an!Ellis Grove, to Chester, in Salem Job .LtIl *, f
iI Mills JT
i known experience on the route, and their pat- ville. to Allegan, in the county of Allegan. Randolph county. Ij.l" .. '* '' :
I i toM are assured that every attention will be From Stroudburg, Monroe county, to East From Battle Creek,in the county Calhoun, From Joliet, via Jatkson Creek, Beed's Grove, Harris's,Bellevieu in Monroe.Boaiar ri atoMIaita.. [ ,\;;; tFrolb 1- !.,,

,! paid to the safety and comfort. of passenger, Sterling, Wayne county, via Brackleyville, to Lansing, in the county Ingham, via Bell- Wilmington, Rock Creek, Bulbonia Mount in l V 4 V ;
and to the careful handling of freight.A.QCiTl Priceburg Indian Hill and Covcsville. Tue and Charlotte, in the county of Eaton. Lagun,Middleport, aid Millford, to Lafayette : From Claiborne.V Alexandria to y .
I : From Penningtonville, Cheater county, via From Marshall, via Olivet and.Charlotte, to in Indiana. IountLehinoaV ,:
Broots & Tupper, Savannah. Coopersville, Green Tree Inn, Barts and Pas- Lansing, the capital of the State. From Wilmington, via Horse Creek, Yates's From Fort Jessup, ,via Torp,t3urr'sY.nsj'V Ic, .1ih

I.I A.A DeLorme, S Darien.erdnton. mare's. From Hastings, in the county of Barry, to Farm, Limestone, Sammon's Farm, and Spring KENTUCXY..3'
Oil creek at Titusville Craw Vermontville thence From Mount Sterling, viatb.Bas'vUpoidg
Alex. Brunswick. From post offices ; through Wheaton'a settlement Creek, to Middleport 1': :.
.I Jiu: teM,_ '_ t. Marys.z.B ._ ford county, to Columbus_ Warren county, via in the town of Chester: thence to Ho. From Fairfield in Wayne eountv. to Mav- on- Red, .ri.erL at the,Eatill 8tean7zziace, ta .
rn4iDdn !b e, Jackaonville.i Home, Eldred, and Spring creek townships. vey's settlements, in the town of Benton} and 'vil1einClay'couity..w; -- -- -- WI -- Irvin, in Etull ountj__ + V j U Jf

1 Coy. Black Creek. From TrexlertowB, Lehigh county, to Hereford thence to Lansing, the seat of government. From Littlefort, via Wentworth, Angola, An- From Graysos, in ctereoty. !va'i *p- ,
';",'. Oooley. Picolata. via Middletown From.Marshall,via Eaton Rapids to Lansing, tioch, English Prairie, Blevin's Mills, Solon, cinct of Little Sandy and:Daniel,'Horton'a.tflfWest 't

R. R. Reil & Co., Palatka.N. :From Worcester, Montgomery county, to the capital of the State. Richmond, Alden, Cogswell, Bigfoot Prairie, Liberty, in Morgan county) indfrost/ -
B. iroois tie Center From Hillsdale Michigan to Montpelier in thence,via Hazel Green,to Jackson,inBrsitMtt '
consigned to Agents forwarded Square. Burton Corners,Wilmot and Manley's Prairie, i
free of commi&icn. Freights from Sa- From Jonestown, Lebanon county, to Rhe- Ohio. to Beloit., in Wisconsin. county. .. '* :V. .
vann-tb aci Charleston, and all way freight rersburg, Berks county. From KaLunazoo, in the county of Kalama. From Pittsfield, via Washington, New Can- From Williamstowa,.Tia Fork Lick Mered '' ;,

payable by shippers.September From Borough of Clarion, Clarion county, to zoo, via Austin's Lake,Vickburg,John W.Back- ton, Cincinnati, Piketon, in Illinois, Rallsport CollinssandLogansvilltoLeesburg.-; *WV *I
3 side Clarion river. Lima in the State.of Indiana. Walter Goude's, and the mouth Woodward
From Virginia in Cass county, via Keeling tJf
,\"I JlEDI<.. NOTICE. From Allen, Cumberland county, to Boiling From Brooklyn, in the county Jackson, to Berry's and Otway. B Nance's, to Petersburg, creek, to Irvine. : / y :,->. ,
:! WILSON Grasa'Lake in the aforesaid.V From Kiddville1 Wa1terGOUdaV, ,,ij
and VAN WYCK late Pro- Spring. couuty Menard county. [
(r of Surgery in the Franklin Medial From Hollidaysburgj Blair county, via Alle From Dexter, via Pinckey, to Howell. From Peru via Selby, Princeton, and Cran- From Pleosureville to Owantowa. ,_ .,' J .I'i

.j CoU". PhiUddphia.) Lave formed a co- ghany and Ashlund furnaces, and Wcakland's From Dexter to Lansing, the capital of the dell's Ferry to Rock Island. From Poplar Plains,FIemiiigl' county,. 1"Plummer's ,- I

pirtnensiip for the practice of MEDICINE andSJRGEliV. to Newman's Mills, Indiana county. State. From York in Clark county, via Melrose, lJo1iil', &"Mill*andTriple* ,,ta, 'V.-t..t. .,,I
aud for the INSTRUCTION OF From West Philadelphia, via, Kellsville, From Paw Paw, via Almina Centre, in Van Martinsville, and Salisbury, to Charleston, in West'Liberty, in Morgan county* I.1', ;
MEDICAL STUDE.VTS. Loob's store,Springfield, Kose treennd, Bishop's Buren county, to Alamo, in Kalamazoo county, Coles county. From Thomas J.Dobbin's.: store te Aara V I ;.' :.t
Howelsville Delaware at that the route from Kala- run,both m Mont ery.countyJ ? .',.
Patients from & dietauce can be well accommodated Works, to '; county. interesting point From Freeport, in Stephenson county, to -a
aad on rea. & able terms,either it the From Sunneytown, Montgomery county,. via m.izoo to Otsego, in the county of Alleg';n. I Elizabeth, in Jo Davies county. From Jackson,in'rhittconntjtcCrec 1 1ettsville i"''
Hotels to Emaus, Lehigh county. From Allegan in the of Allegan via on the middle fork"bf the.I, tuk1.. .I
or Private Boarding Rouses the city, Spinnerstown, county From Mount Sterling, in Brown county, to V
f udcan receive froa the Subscribers such Medial From Emlentown, Venango county, to the the Holland Colony, to Grand Haven, in the New Liberty, in Highland county. river, in the same'county.. z l4

i !and Surgical attention as their ca&es may mouth of Tionesta. creek. county of Ottowa. t From Naples, in Morgan county, to Perryi in TENNESSEE. .1 '4V it
ttquire. From Sunville, Venango county, via.Wallaceville From Pontiac, in the Oakland county, via Pike county. From Taylprsville, via Shady, Johnson*mm<: -

1 limited numb of OFFICE STUDENTS to Dempsey. Campbell's Corners, to Farmers Creek in La- From Jerseyville, via Otter Creek and Grafton ty, to Paperville,in SulliTanville coat,. V. a. l-1.1

i .iU be received, who will be supplied with From Cusbingville Potter county, to Spring' peer county. in Illinois, to St.Charles, in Missouri. From Somerville, Dancyrille, to. Broiraa*
took,Plates, Anatomical and other Preparations Mills, in the State of New York. From Brighton, Livingston county, via Hartland From Mount Sterling, via Liberty and Rich- Tille : rtl
-will be regttlarly] camined in the profess From Allentown, Lehigh county, via Sch- and Tyrone, to Fentonville in Genesee land, in Adams county, and Kinderhook, in From Thorn Hill, through.the valley ea that .4. l

of their studies, according to the mode neeksville, to Kirn's Mills. county. Pike county, to Hannibal,in Missouri. north side of Clinch meuntain, ..Tia,;Marti t J
jarsued in the large Northern cities-will be From Norristowu, via Jcffersonville, Shunnonville From Lansing, the capital of the State, in From Peru, via Troy Grove, to EarleTille. Cleveland's and John Dobson'/ m!'' t orci ;

Ungluo wmpouad and dispense Medicines, and Lumberville, in the county of Ingham county, to Byron in Shiawassee county. From Mount Carrol, via Pleasant Valley, to roads. V I
tti,itt be instracted in the minor every day MontgoMery, to Plioenixville, in the county of From Howell, Livingston county, via Josco Howardsville. From Kingston via Bellefoxte, Ilri, u4 hiV

I jciu! of tke Surgeon-Bleeding,Cupping, BanPtthapg Chester. and Whiteoak, to Ingham, Ingham county. From Cass, via Flag Creek and Lyons to Oxford, to Athens. T *:. '
t &. &c. From Avondale Chester county, Pennsylvania From Bronsoa, iu the county Branch, via Chicago. From Waynesboro' to Florence;Alabama a -

F no Private Office in any American Stanton, Newcastle county, Delaware. Gilead, to the township of Noble, in the same From Dorr, in McHenry county, via ,Erin From Elizabethton *iaUreencldBIounTille ;; *; CCI
Wt7'ill t afford a greater variety of new and ap- From Gap post office Lancaster county, via county ,and Highland Prairie, to Geneva in Walw rth and Arcadia, to Kingsport.i i -- ..& tif

; pNTed remedies or present more practical facthteforstudents. Hat and Intercourse, to New Holland. From Ada, in the county of Kent, via Smy.na county, Wisconsin. From Somerville,.Tia Fay ette corner, i itaunala aa4".. : ,'
From West Penn, Schuylkill county, to Le- and Otisco, to Greenville, in the county of From Dorr, via Hope and Boon's mills, He- to.Denmarfc. _Tc V VVFremBenton T 'V ,''" if I'

I la connexion with this department, it may highton, Carbon county. Montcalm. brcn, to Richmond, in McHenry county. to Da1toB Georgia.. .(T- ,k. :,:q -
be proper to state that as soon as possible, an From Smiths ferry, Beaver county,via Ohio- FLORIDA. From Hichory.Hill, in Marion counth to Me- From Jackson to Savanna jja Ttnneai.."\ l'J..It: ..
rjforthe reception of both Medical and ville, to Darlington. From Milton, Santa Rosa county, via Escam- Lanesborough, in Hamilton county. V ALABAMA.V Jr.tfi-1 i"l J

wrpcd Patients will opened, when students From Duncingsvill, Washington county, via bia county, and Nathansville to Sparta, Ala. From Littlefort, via Gage's Lake Hainesville- V From Jasper Springrin.. V V !Ct

,ul hate the opportunity practically studying Vanceville, to Hillsborongh. bama. Forkville, Lamar and Merona, to Crystal Lake, From Ruesellville to. Buzzard Roost.V *i Ifif
'"""-. via Breakneck Whitestown From Milton via Alaqua and Uchianna to Huntsville:
J. T. J. WILSON, M. D. From Pittsburg, in MeHenry county. I From to lIontjorary'Tia UtkWTallo. .r1
C. C. VAN WYCK M. D. and Prospect, to lirownington. .I Murianna, Jackson county. From Sycamore, via South .Grove Hick's ;s >;n.1.. ; ;3 :'.; ."-; .., ..

& ,Aug. 5, J848. 6m From Williamsport. Lycoming county via From Alaqua urGeneva Alabama. mills Lindenwood, White Rock,Daysville, Oregon : From Wetmnpka, via ,Qnitauin: Ck._.. '
Loyalsock valley, to Cherry, Sullival county. From Marianna to O hapee, Calhoun county, ,- Mount' Morris, Chamber's Grove,and I creek and Wascahatchez'to, Columbaana.:V t it .
MONROE HOUSED" From Greetiborough to J. E Taylor's store, I to intersect the route from Appalachicola to Mount Carroll to Savannah, on the Mississippiriver. I From MorionV Di ken'.Mill Bra.*Creek t'l

and thence to intersect the old route at Whitely Chattahooche. V .entreville, anJ-Jorichojt&Marion} "tk' .Jf4 1'
Tim tlUKEMOXROK, is FLORJDA. fitted !I post office, in Green county. From Tallahassee, via Benhoden and Shell From Rockford, via Kishwaukie, Mouth of From Moulton to'Leighton ** *' > ''> !
.El.up for the accommodation building now of being those who From Providence post office, via John Cobb" point, to Sopchoppy, V Stillman's Creek, DaysTille Lee Centre,.and From the town of Talladega .to ro&b tiS.
J1111 fim mr Lake for the winter The Hollistersville Hamlington post office, -and From Tallahassee, via Centreville, to Micco- Ovid, to Peru. V row,in the countyot'01 Ir.V V V ,' ".: 4r
Rouseis Paeopecd, to Tufton. 6uk.e. From Charleston, via Springville and Pent XFromWetmnpka"TiaPinkneyrille.; N"axbargi !oeOCto f Pi\
It Marcely has one mile of from the the Enterpristinf0 inn From New London Cross-roads, in Chester From St. Mark's, via Newport, Wocissa, andMarion Brashears, to Greenup.in Cumberland county. .-GoldTille,Wedowee,to Griflnj vt* j V

S1" springs same quality county, via Oxford, to Hopew ll cotton works, to Monticello Jefferson county From Ewington, via Cochran Grove and the State of tforia. V -. : :" J-d.' t s
office hand and
it at
hzt landing( post of the steamer the Lake.tJ'zOprietor in the same county, eight miles. ,From Quincy, via Rocky Comtort, to Reform, Sullivan, to Decatur.V, iFrom'lUue'-Pontf in the-eountT'of Chemkia/ ; 1
upon OHIO. in Gadsden county. From Greenville to Alton. to the city of Montgomery iA1sbamaj'ria7iot"t
i.ube Iptred pledges his hime1f that no effort V Chickasaw in Mercer county: io Cran From Quincy to Secludo, Gadsden county From -Springfield via Athens, New Market, .sQnTiIle. and Tall..> 9, _. I
on that will conduce From ,
part to in the Hamilton via From:WildernesH ofiee r-vis"
Can post Cahete'a
'. fort of those in Daf ke county. From Jasper, county Walker's Grove, Quiver, and Liverpool ".6.
who favor him with berry prairie, .
may Blount's and Eawlerson's to Gen. to Mott's office.- t. ,
p&trol1lge.. to Sandusky,city. Ferry Ferry, ton, in Fulton county. ; store post
VIRGIL R. DUPONT. From Milan .
; in Clinton county, Ohio, 'YiaQuinn" tre Village.From From Springfield, via Mount Pulaski Clinton From: Troy iiT PiiecDttaty: Alab mt;tIeWellborne.to
County From Sabina V :
Florida October 20 1648. .
Pilatka,to Newnansville and Marian toMount Pleasant. Indigo Hea4ito'-Ge bI ucf( '
j "0'.18. CentreTille to Highland P. 0. V ,
Mills and .
tf Fwm Alligator Olustee.. From Dillon in Tazewell county, via Mackinaw State. V :- "V"f1't-4 t..

Notice. in Highland county. via, New Hope, Denton, Frwn Alligator, via. Pond" Barber's Point, Hittle Grover and'Mount Hope, to 'roniBento .in Lowndes'eountyy. ( (Alattea-: I. .
I THE SUBSCRIBER ha leased the and From Greenbush Georgetown to FayetteTille., -and ,Brandy Uranch. J to Jacksonville, Dural waynesville in De Witt county,' &Joseph Walker's'._ '..,,_''to' Warrenton. .ia"* Da1J, ,
onse county. From'Rock Island via Camden Mflls,.Orion. coun"J" ji :& .\
L' formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on via MornsTille, Martins-. '
asreet, ((known as Hart's old Boarding From Wilmington Dodsonsville, Princeton Uu- From Columbus, Florida, TrqupTille, Geo., Andover, Red Oak Grove,
: and is now prepared to accommodate Tine, Lynchburg, : V From Newnansville, via Wacassa,to Cedar ,: t nia, Rochester, 1d sad Kiokapootown From Shieldsboro (Tia'1'G .
New to Georgetown V ,
1:1 who ford, Hope in ,. toTeoria.. '.- V V ** and Montieello to G 1atiD.J. ;. t"$ .\
may see fit to patronize him and as. TiaBrunerBburga and.mcks- Keys, Levy county I V) r V % ,
.: th that no pains will be spared to en. From Defiance, V _,From Newnamvilievia; ..Mau"" OTBfaorough, .to From Blue Island,-Tia Coepe 's Grove chel. : Fr i 1Bi1oxi. ;t\ /-*-., i II. W
.i VV.T re their comfort. A commodious stable is aU Tille, tePanama. via Van B rtn and Independence Orange Springs, a .. .-V- > V _' Wollingford:BbomviUe,1;to'Bulbonia.iFrom 'p ldin g. '" V V :'"V-'" _" ;' ':' -4Zr. 9 H.j H.

I .lo the Wishiftent, and every atten- From Tiffin, From .Micanopy, ,Tia.Fort Clark, .tojortHarlee. GnenviUe/iIi Bond county tt stanton -'FromB i ntai ei'mdi. 1ir ..
,1': be J'I to the horses of those to.Defiance. !, #j. .. Macbupin county.-a *- ? ,; .l*, ;.* Ti Campbelltoirn. 'to fi
ifc. travel- Warren via Hudson; to Brunswick.From v -' *> >"a ft.W. \i* deL .'rIl7PVCroesoad -" ,. .-o,. ..,... ., .>
From ." > *t .- '
WOBUJ think proper to stop with him. tOi'ortCliflt0. T. From J aeuonY1l1 jHoridOjr TiaHaddock, ayKirklaud's From Metropolis-'city Jonesborough.From's -

l .t.- .&. W- riWCHontille Lower Sandtisky and'Naflsaa'Court" iouse i.to 6VMary's -.. .t Chicagovnv.'Green.;Point,, ,' LaPUr, : From Oxford,',n .t i ; I
E..F.De-e.2 From Hagertowh to.Eaton. .V Georgia. t' and: Oak HilL to Littlefortf ; r 1 v *** **- andbins tMI $ 1nessee.
1848. tf t ,1.liV. ;
JftckBoaFnr.nace 'L1.rot
From-Ja OIl.Couri-hoG TU 't. tf< ; and .' .. **. trF ... .., -
'Fro N 1 18 to FernonMftTMfor'nj dina.h ; .: ,Froin MJddleporti'Tia.'Worthy Quitman, ., ; : '\ .., II
1 :IlAp5SjAlv lrator's, Kot Ice. > to'P rt6 outhi from..JackSonvi1lt ". Black Butler*to.Urhaana./ : : :'; ., \ P 1110AlUHU.... 1.rd._-!" -_ .tm .r-
k14 he late 1;."914 in the Estate ofI4 From Waterville to Bryan. to Barlow.FromJacks6nTillennDarkecountybyflous.* "..'{ Cr e r ol t t'Pal: b V 01u io4tler< ,' i -From Dixon via Wilson's ,Kills, (south" aid* '" .'' romDA1eJg- 'D., ..ial.tl'l,, 11"Ml-.s.1 I I

# JMhua Miller, are Hereby noli 'From Waterford yia Watertown, :Enterprise, t n4.}ieU nvfl1e.to eadwatera oftJpta -:ofiE&hom ;Grove,):' Millcdgeville,' .Black* 'M lletoE11eni1le. 'l ;} ,.

_.itGa o1: 'le let day JanulLry, 1W9. I 'jtiTerTbgrwateiVnd; Xr6mth:. nce. by1andviA1ndiariYer OK'Qrtyef to&no.b;%I.; ,:. i '. i Wit1 b i&2
:1 .Jlreknt'Ul'. accounts and ranchers as Ad- ton's.Crossroads, !and.Cranbury Jtame, toPpld Palos St.Lucia and Ju.jSOSut ;! ,From Winslow, m Stephenson county,marrenytaiiaiTm .
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: r,. )heEon.Jwpofpg in Water or MontezwnaD,in Mercer county. .- 6 MiasftirPide COUD.tv.ffi" .* .vi in Jo Dimes county: : *. t".ftil ii&'. !
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j '. A setttenjtnt From i from Pensacolai by sea, via St,Andre. and Prom Dutchman'a;Toint'TiaShermaBT'.\* a 'io. ,. ;
( lnarge fr the further administration. the way.MoriunB.fiani.in; ...,coun7 V -'" $, $t'Aiidk: ".ai d St.Joepba, &Appa1achicofiim'A' Emm ttoLittlefor, :<;}F. ,' ':V 'f, ', .'rom. U:111._ '.k .'v' ---:10. ;,.t" .J. ,
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.r.:, ;{; -Prom Paulding, via Leakesville: to Mobile, J From Warren to Coffee Bend., From'Chateaug' ','Franltlincounty1; N.:York;I cents'postage; that all;lettenT -cohveyed from "- 1 tha'-1fI: .'. CABBLt-: ,:" "i "' -:'

.j .Jt, Alabama. From Fort Washita to Frt Smith. to the Canada, line, adjoining the north part of j.one to any other. oC the said; Nicer on the Paci- ., 'odid.shoal :

oft; from Leakestille, 'Yia Winchester Milton- From Henderson via BelleTieu and,Manchester the town of> Clinton.; x$ > ;''r'j fie< ihall pay;:twelve and a half cents Postage ;- :'m re,,devotoa tohrcocatttneat ,. in ..t'
;$ .IY f,!; hill and'Quitnin. to Enterprise. 1 to the county site r1.l" 1iur. 2** From.Alden, Erie eons th New York, to l\Int t, and th :;Poi ii tQt General is authorized to >iead; : ;himself '

.';:laFrom WoodTille via Sibley'a and Harvard From Bonham, via .Greenville, to the countysite grove,in said county,neat the residence of:Mo.*, apply]
.i:p.r Ferry, to Stephen Kennedy'a, (on the road of Kaufman. lei Car,. -; *,i'f r **. ,'J ..'W. aforesaid to the payments to'be- made on struggled I ;more ogaint.his I. .I indispe t '

: ,.J from. Natchez to Liberty.) From Paris, in Lamar county to Pine Bluffs, From Witliamto.: Oswega county, N. York, the contract for the transPortation of the mails and' nade less of a n''e1! oft ib'H i5 ,

1r. From Vicksburg, via Wamnton, to Grand | in. Red river county. to Amboy Corners, in county. ,? ir the.Pacific"n.and the Postmaster General Jt
t 1;J (}elf, by land. From Henderson, via Peacantoirn and Sugar From Borne, Oneida, county, New York, to? is further authorized to employ hot'exceed ,o.er.the,,country.; ;Ij[ ,nWshbtaonafi'ects ,re.i. i id>ac i@

.J i.d. From Hopewell, via Big Creek and Jone'a | Hill, to Grand Bluffs, in Panola couuty. Vernon Centre, in i said county.-'" ing two agents in making arrangements for the his,health
:'r Mills, to Coffeeville. From Port Caddo, via Clinton, in C'ass coun- From Augusta,'Oneida county,N.Y,'to Mad establishment of post offices, and for the transmission IE'i.j .

.1-. ) From Salem, via J. H. Norton's and Williamt ty, to Moore's post office, in Bowie county. ison, in the county of Madison. ; receipt,and conveyance of letters in riously, he should 1 resign, he t'int_

};t...ft McLean's. to Fenger's cross-roads.: From Fulton, on Red river, via Moore's Ferry From,Copenhagen, Lewis,county, New York,' Oregon andjCalifornia, at an anneal compensation of Flpnda..in(6 ?.tbs'banda of ;
14 ; .j.f From Grenada to Greensboro. I ,, on SailPhurFork, William's Bluff, and Clinton via 'E6yntoriyCQroersWonhvilleand Jacksonville not exceeding that of the principal clerks :: } 19- .
.i: t { From Grenada, via Belfontaine, to Fame. \ in Cass county, to Jefferson "Lorraine;in'J drerson' unt1.- in the Post> Office Department ->* -* 4.: ,with a ,stronger constitution.,. ':

.. !;:r From Kosciusk'o, via Greensboro' and Houston From Beaumont, via Village Creek, Jefferson F.10m'Jefferson, Schoharie: county, New York, { 'BOBT.. 'C. WINTHROP, i
, ,";t44 to Pontotoc. county, and Jonas Gravy's in Tyler county, to Byrneville. in1 said county. ."'' '. Speaker of the House of Representatives. Election '"

f.: From Greensboro', via Sbongalo, Middleton, \ t o Town Bluff. From Elmtray'Chemung.county'Nes: York, '. G. M. DALLAS. v 4 '* "of Probate" Jed'
''i'l': and Carrollton, to Greenwood. From Nacogdoches to Ewingsville, in Angelina via E Veteran: and West Cayuti to Ithaca, Vice President,of the,United'States'andPresident It 'By .the proclamatibn* of.thVjBbvcn

'.!; ; From Aberdeen,via Athens, Quincy, Springs county. Tompkins/county of the Senate. / : i'
',.;':; Qrubb.Springs, and Hamilton, to Aberdeen. From Austin, via Cameron, to the Falls of From Lafargeville,' rsoncountYtN.York, Approved August 14, 1848. anfcther column(it wil..1,be. petteireditj?

,,1, ; From Macon to Prairie Point Brazos, and the route from Springfield to Buffalo via Shanty ville,Parker Settlement,Theresa, Ox JAMES. K. POLE.. the] people'have advanced one
.Ar; From Charleston to Delta. shall be so changed to pass through Tin Bow'and Caledonia, to Governor, St.Lawrence great$

> W: From Delta to Bolivar. wackany Hills, and Corsicanna, the county site county., in Democratic power,, ,andln'freetE

':::.'..r' From Bolivar to McNutt. ofNavarro. 0 From Malone, Franklin county, N. Y. to Fort THE NEWS/ themselves from' ,one of-the. .
0t" firom McNutt to Greenwood. From Gonzales to Goliad. Covington, same county: J' le.
' ,f, :.,t":' From Charleston, via Tuscahomoi and From Corsi canna. the county site of Navarro From Henvalton, Bt Lawrence county, N. Y., JACKSONVILLE, .JANTJABY727" l84.sT graceful spectacles"of:corruption i ,'n&l

1. ,.;:" Smith's Mills, to Carrollton. via Porter's Bluff, to Buffalo by way of De Pnysteo, on'the present route to : L-. .ection of Judges of Probate
.:4 !:/ From Coffeeville to Sarepta. From Hodge's Post Office, in Fort Bend county De Puyeter post' office, thence by the road f.'a .

;,. :.! From Holly Springs, via New Albany, to ; to Arnold's Post Office, in Austin county, through the town ofMacomb, by the way of ]store. For the.firstJ; i intory tbebi ii.,
+:: Fulton in Ittawamba | and Stephen Tippett's. Mills toBossie in the Aid ofSt
county. v ia Gasten's Wade's Hope's county I of the State, a, day is :'
Vk: From' Panolacounty. lIohston Gonzales via Richmond, a ppotate4.
Delta, via Hustings Ferry, to From to Lawrence.
r./".' ;for( the election of these
'r-''"; Columbus, and Petersburg. NEW JERSEY. Jndges'dircctiy, '
I From Herbert's post office, to Quitman, in From Galveston to Columbia, via Virginia From Columbia, in the township Knowl- by the people. It istrue; -

t.. tJ. said State. Point, Liverpool, and Garen Hines's. ton, New Jersey, along the Delaware river, to. this jj .bat,
\"f4.. :S From Vicksburg,Wan-en couuty,Mississippir. From Pasco l Cavallo to Corpus Christi, via Flat Brookville, in Sessex county. The Soetheru |.the first step in.a reform of: our"Jaot

r:1 1r'}*' via Warrenton, Wilton Springs, Fort Gibson, Lamer Copano, and Aiansas Pass. From Vincenttown, via Lumberten, Bridge- Meeting.We ciary, but it cannot be denied .that'

... Oakland College, Rodney, and Church Hill, to From Lagrange to Goliad, via Chisholm'sFerry. borough, to Philadelphia. regret perceive by the last accounts this'is
;.,.,. Natchez, Mississippi eighty-fire miles. .. From New Germantown, via Unionville, to 'j a case wherein i the, first step. 'tb\\\t
i.!:.r MARYLAND.From From Indian Point to Victoria.. German Valley from Washington, a want of the

r;k;{' Baltimore, via Cub Hill, Fork Meeting, From San Antonia to Victoria, via Goliad. From Key'Port, New Jersey, to Squankum.From unanimity among the Southern members Journey.The'' peoplehate.
. .i'J to Bellair.From From Refugio to Lamar. Tuckahe, via lower bridge on Cedar in their own bands"to retort 'upon tna"

f ; ;r,; Princess Anne, via Kingston, to Jefferson From Columbia to Matagordo, via Braiona, creek,' Sea.'filleJ Townsend's inlet, to Cape May of Congress most dangerous to adjocatesof.-.
':;J .u",) corner in Somerset county. Cedar Lake, and Caney. Court-house. the effect to be produced their conienptftra
t :. From Denton, Caroline county, via Greens- From Lagrange to Texans, via Lyons, Pe- : From Cranbury to South Brunswick,Middlesex by ac theltaiihts. which have ever been)t ro 1111

:( "!; borough, Bridgetown, Beaver Dams, Long tersburgh, and'Kerr's. I county,New Jersey. tion. It seems to have grown out of them' It : {'
,; March,,to Sudlersville, in Queen Ann's county. From Houston, via Fanthrops, to Springfield. From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, via Cam- the inordinate ambition of a few Representatives upon was aradoxtcali l y re-'

l +a;. From Ellicott's Mills to Rockville, Montgomery den, New Jersey, Ellesburg, Fellowship and presented, that the ,m ss'or the. people
:,J : }j via Clarksville and Sandy Spring. From San Antonio to Laredo.. Green.Tree, to Mount Laurel,Burlington county who prefer a union with ;
,,1:i. VIRGINIA. From Austin, via Young's settlement, to New Jersey. were qualified to'govern themselves bat
the North to with their Southern
r)?i. From Blacksburg, in the county of Montgomery Caldwell. SOUTH CAROLINA. one not to elect their judge' This i 'power

- : : : via Pepper's Ferry, in said county, to, From Braunfel's to Fredericksburg. From Anderson, via Seneca, Cent ."ille, brethren, sagaciously foreseeing more 'must retained in the .
-'a'*\'" Newbern in the of Pulaski. via Fantharp's: to Hunts- hands of, the;
.. county From Washington, Steel's, Chuiubusco, Milwer's, and back to An- -i influence more office. Their ostensible

": i' From Martinsville, in the county Henry, villa. derson. : demagogues. This, was one of' the

'r ii'1'-i via Rough and Ready, Prunty's, Union Furnace From San Felipe to Washington, via new .From Willow Grove, by Sheto, Rusk's Mills, ground is this, that Gen. TAYLOR tools whereby ambitious' ) "

:;;Ii:; Elarasville, end Rock Castle, in the coup county seat of Austin county. Bethlehem, and Taylorsville, to Willow Grove, will the efforts of the legiilstorsmight
", .0; ?' tJ.of Patrick, to Floyd court-house. From Corpus Christi to county seat ot Cameron '. being circuit of thirty-four and a half miles. oppose strongly I make bargain and sale for their. '

: From Brooksville, in the county of Albe- county. From Barnwell Court-house to King's Creek. abolitionists, and that therefore any I individual
,:'f., marIe, via Greenfield, Tye River Mills and I From Corpus Christi to Rio Grande city. From Columbia, South Carolina, via Maybin-. advancement. The. most
'. 1' ::' Roseland, in the county of Nelson, to Rose1"of' From Corpus Christi to Laredo. I. ton, Unionville, Spartansburg Court-house, toRutherfordton representation of the present'crisis to I disgusting scenes have been -Yearlk'art.;
: r : Mills, in the county of Amherst: From the mouth of the Ric Grande to. Lare. I North Carolina, three times a the South is useless, Gen. TAYLOR being acted and
1 ". From Kingwood, in the county of Preston, do, by steamboat or land, viaRio Grande city.I week.. yet the .people are not pate:
.tit;;.t." to West Union, in' From Buffalo to Washington, via Fantharp's. ILLINOIS. amply. able to supply all that is. want enough for this high republican duty.,

.+.:o r+ From New London, in Campbell coutty, via From Cameron, in Milan county, to, Crockett, ,From Mount Carmel, via Round Prairie, Splticars ed. This excuse is false and that The of this slander : 'J
''A Wade's, the Meadows Halesford and Taylor'sStore via Nashville Wheelock Leoaa and Alabama fallacy can now
Mill and Fairview 'to
Olney. which it
is intended
conceal is
'z i 4: ; to Rocky Mount, in the county of Frank From Marshall, in Harriscn county, via Ha- From Cairo city, via Thebes. te Cape Girar- to trai be shown. We have long contended'

.S lin; and the turupike road from the said town j gan's Ferry, in Upshur county, to Tyler, in dean,.in Missouri torous. Gen. TAYLOR, we have. contended for the and the.
-r':. of New Londou.to Mount when ability right people
Rocky comple Smith county. From Lebanon, in St. Clair county:, via Marine from the will ,
i;": ted, shall be, and the same is hereby declared I From Rusk, Cherokee county,to Lockrawza. Town and Staunton,to Carlinsville, in Mae beginning, never to ezercisef this authority, and the, opportunity :
.4., :: to be. a post road, without regard to the intermediate From Galveston, via New Boston, to Sour coupin county. veto the Wilmot Proviso. So confident j
of its truthViIIlooD..be
; t. points herein named if the same shall | ]Lake in Jefferson pre*.
. county. Red and
From.Waterloo by Bud La
} Fayette, are his Southern friends of this that
a '", not be upon the line of said road. MISSOURI. to Sparta, in Randolph county.'s sented.V contend thatibese"'iia: i;
:. 1 ; From Rocky Mount via Saunters Mills Alexandria via St.Franciavi11er1Yood'd have endeavored
From From they to the
Shelbyville, by Hillsboro, prepare cia! offices should be above the pttjQdice
"ki" Long Branch and Canady's Gap to Mills Fox Bloomfield Draksville Princeton
to' and Mount Kingston in I -
,, '.. Montgomery county, public mind for the have
'., court-house. step. They
and Knoxville Del Moines in Iowa.From control
,! : to by Stanton, Cunkerhillj and Woodburn, in D l- .or of party.. Legislating. .
:..r.t,! From Fiucastle, in the county of Botetourte, Frederictown.Malison county, via De- coupin county, to the city of Alton. represented the matter as an abstract offices invariably involve the 't
.:4 to Covington,in the county of Alleghany. valt Bellinger's to Lowndes -Wayne county. advocacy
From Dresden, via Ohio Farm and Lisbon to
( ..;.. From Mechanicsburg in Giles toPerry's via Utica 9 They have portrayed the different. and
.; :: county, From Brunswick, Chariton county, Newark. of principles, are necesw-.

:: ,s'' : From store Eenhawa, in the county of Tazewell. to Gallatin. From Dundee, via Prospect, O'Connell,' and country .aa a barren waste. They have rily connected with jjarty. Jndicial.offices .,
to court-house
Logan along (o'rom'CasvilleJ via Mount Pleasant, to Sar- Jackson to '
: :,: the main State road via John G. Jones's endeavored to carry through the scheme executive
*, N near coxie. From Auroravia, Roy alto wn and Wayneville are merely and .reijairf.high .
; :; w the mouth of Hewett's creek, in the county of From Brunswick, via Compton't Ferry, to to Sycamore. for the immediate introduction of California integrityand"
,4 ( qualifications
: Boone. Chillicothe. pure ,
t''c: From the town of Moorfield, in Hardy county. From Alexandria to Winchester. From Dundee, via Algonquin, Crystal Lake, as a State, so that slaves conld, and an absence of party bius..1 '
., .! McHenry, Kingwood Solon and Richmond in
,. via the South r
fork of the South branch of the From Alexandria to Can''on. be thither.
" not
legally conveyed They
to Geneva in
i On the first Monday of May next
: ::, Potomac river to we
; : McDowell
post office, in the From Oseola, via Quincy, to Quincy, to Hickory ARKANSAS.
.. of .h ave thrown cold water on effort *' i
J county Highland. Court-house. From Camden, to Arkadelphia. every I trust, therefore, that every"citizen! .oft

:'L",,+.y-;: via From the Foundry Christianburg to liillsville, in Montgomery in Carroll county, From Kirksville, via Lancaster. to Fort Des: From Mount Ida, via Dallas, to Untima, Thule. made by the rest of the South to securerespectful our State will reflect upon the,solemn.
coun- Moines in Iowa.
, I" From Lost Creek office Pine'
to Bluff
post in
-.: *7- From to in Iowa. a consideration of their be is called to 'perforni-! =
' ':101 Memphis Keosauqua. Jefferson county, to connect with'' route from duty upon ; .
From the town of Huntsville, in the county From Westport to Harrisonville. Benton Saline Lost rights. Our neighbor of the Republican :think e. .
,tj: t of Pocahontas, to Huttonstille, in the county of From Arrow Rock to Georgetown. From, county, to Creek. Vote for the candidate whom you i

:; :. Randolph, via Martin's Bottom, Stony Creek, From Fulton to Linna. din, in Claiborne Lewisville parish, LaCayette'county, Louisiana. to Min has even gone so far as invoke. best calculated by character,:learniafr.

.S.. ;:: Old Field Fork of Elk River, Big Spring, and From Round Hill to Arator. the of white who > wand ;-*
.. / From Arkadelphia to Clingham's, Arkansas. sympathies "poor men to decide .
? Mingo Flats thence to the River temperament upon que
Valley and From Buffalo, via St. Paul, to Forsyth.
From Helena in
:: : Arkansas, to Punula i in owned slaves"
. I down that river to Huttonsville. no
From Richmond via Far West, Maysville, Panola via tions wherein the fortunes of outrotddow *
i! 4' From Freeport in Wood at the county, Mississippi, Askcw's Bluffsonce V- '>* 'j
mouth of and Athens. .
4q,1 Gentryville, to a week. ,All this is but a part of a general 1 and children ,best,
Goose Creek Ritchie court-house. may ;
From Gallatin, via Marysville, to St. Joseph.
..s...u'' ;;:..:' From Clintonville, in Greenbrier, via rich From Hartville to Waynesville. From Few River LOUISIANA.post office, on the cast bank plan in which but a purtion of, the Whig stake: Abhor the mere party backs'or_ .

I'o:.. .".i.'. las court-house.courthouse and Pocahontas, to Randolph From Danville to Mexico. of the Mississippi river, to Galveston, in said party are engaged. Gen. TAYLOR was ignorant and prejudiced demagogue,
,, .. From Sandhill, in Scotland county, to Eenks- State.
y'. : From Gravel to Woodstock. elected as Southern Whig who would
Spring vine in Adams
enemies to exercise
county. From in the as to your ability, :
t'; parish of Franklin
.i.. ...... From Alexandria, via Dranesville, to Lee s- IOWA.
, the Wilmot has
'.Proviso. He
I',! t.. burg. From Mount Pleasant via.Deed's Mill to Monrue, in the parish of Ouachita. : the rights of a freeman. _

:'a'\.; NORTH CAROLINA. and Oskuloosa, to Monroe, city. Brighton river From to Natchitoches, along the band. of Bed been charged with it and his denial has -
: ,
From Asheville, through Buncombe and Ya n From Delhi via Cascade. and Green'i ShrevepprtFrom
Ferry, never appeared. His advisers Putnam
;:,t.,fi ir! cey counties, via Garrison's, Gilbert's, Bull to Galena, in Illinois. Plaquemine to Johnson's Store, on the scheming County., .

;..." 't Creek, Indian Gap, Double Springs, Gahagen's, From Quashqueton.via Indepcndenceto Stur- in Bayou Louisiana.Gross trail, by the way of Point Coupee, now look to receive the reward of At the Inte session the Legislature

r : ; Big Laurel, (across the State line) via sulphur ge's Rapids, Black Hawk their law for the format'ionofX
: county. passed (
.. From treachery. a was
" ." Springs, in Green county, (Tennessee..) and From the Raccoons Forks of the Des Moines : Harrisburg, through what is called the **
:rl .: t. Love's, to Limestone Spring in said county river to Council Bluff t Funebree and Riser settlements,to Columbia. Foremost among these Southern men new county in East Florida. Jt is composed ,
Jt From

i County From! Line Lexington, and ,Oak via Forest Fulton, to, Statesville Mocksville, From From El Fort Kader Madison to Jacksonville via West Point: Lowell derson, and Columbia Perkins, by, in Thomas Jenkins'Meredith's settlement, An to with Northern principles appears Air of all that portion of St.: .John?;

ctir and that the route from Salem ; Vernon. STEPHENS of 1 lying west of the St. John's"nr*,
> Statesville band e, Mount Pleasant, Crawfordville, and Iowa city, From Vernon Georgia, a gentleman who county
the by Indian
tarn is hereby discontinued. Village and Coon'to a
t.. From Elizabeth City, Pasquotank to Dubuque. Monroe. has obtained the title of the"'Randolph" .er, together with the adjacent portion. *.
county, to From Tipton via Pioneer Grove and Marion -
: Newbigon Creek in NEW YORK. of Marion and Alachua countieshitricgn '
I same of
111 county to the county seat of Benton county. From I the House. Whatever he may be

'I" Randallsville.From Floral College Robeson county' to; From Cedar Rapids, Lion county, via the Clarence.Lockport, via Tonewanda Rapids, to termed Washington, he can be Palatka for its county town. Wamed :P>'

From Lumberton to Elizabethtown, or Prospect county Cedar rifer seat,of Black Benton Hawk county county., to the Falls of From Elizabethtown, Essex county, N. York, in most of the slaveholding States un- deratand.that it has been a Putnam
Hill. viaKeenepost office and
. From Iowa City, via Wesson's Mills Wasto hSt.. Cogood'sHarrietstown, in honor of B. A. P>rTVA 4;
From Gravelly Hill, by Peter's Creek, ington county Houston's Point Amand's, te Merrillsville post office, in der no other name than that of. the"Arnold" county, .
Keokuck county Franklin k
Fayetteville. county New York. the and talented Spe ttr
of South. gentlemanly z
. and Sigourney to Lancaster. the He be ,
' may .,
t. From Fort .
From Cedar
Creek "If
in Green Tennes- Covington, Franklin county, New i -
t.i 4I., ." lee, into North Carolina, via Allen's county Old, Stand::) From Southport WISCONSIN., via Pleasant J York, to Dickinson, by way of Moira,,'in the equal to that odious namesake in talent c, of the House. of RepreseritatiVes.,, :
Prairie and '
(; Joseph Rives' Mill, to Bald Mountain Creek Franklin same county. -he is his "
to Antioch, in Illinois. most certainly equal in the ':"
It Post Office in WISCONSIN:
) Yaocey<< county. Sudden DeatIJ.l..
1 From Daniel Carter's, via J. W. Anderson's'' Walker's From Southport, via Pleasant Prairie and For a mail route f rom Prairie, Graham's disposition to sacrifice all for himself. .

;I "' on Gabriel's Creek, in Yancey county, via Hull, From Pert Prairie, to Richmond via, in Illinois. Mills, the Falls of Black river, the Mouth of We have been snarled at almost A uegro man, belonging '.to:. i Yl..it.
Washington of ,
t, ; Creek Walnut, and Brush Creek, to the Warm and Salisbury's11111s Ollear riverthe Middle Mills on the Menomonfe every CHEZ, of St Augustine, ad. ._hltcd,
to Beaver
Horricon Dam "
:'I. Springs. Dodge river, the mouth of William river and Oaoeo i week or so, by the "Republican, for A.
1 tr, From Warrenton to Shocco county to the Falls of St. Croix. Capt.. THOS. LEDWITH-, of this tor1
Springs. From Geneva via East the of this Southern .
Troy reprobating course
:. t.\ From Lexington, via Fair Grove, Johnson, Wa.terYillo to Summitt Eagle'fille, and ALABAMA. died last week,from suffocation rpda,'
t\-:: \:. Hoover', and Sawyers Gold Mines, to Ash boFrom From Wilderness post offices via Carleton Representative. In justification we ; notzato
r:5;:,". ro', North Carolina. Waupun, Fond du Lao county, via Cer- ,store, to Mott's post office: ced ,by .receiving bis.win fi1 s. -,
esco to Dartford. need his
only to point at acts
. if'., .From Littleton, in Halifax county, to Ran From Darien, via Reed's Corners From Troy, in Pike county, Alabama, via I hepastand larynx a piece,of half J> : masticated- r.
, .i sours Bridge, in Franklin county and Utter's.orners Richmond, Wellborne or Indigo Head, to Geneva in said I the present. He.was opposed, last
to it'sft
o' : Whitewater. ,
.. $J TEXAS. : otflt I. which, weighed,. extracting} ; P
4g: From Sherman via Coffee's From Milwaukie, via Troy- Elkhorn Dela- From Benton in Lowndes session, to the bill 'which left the question I J&M d eath
Bend in ; ]
\ Gray- ware, Darien Allen's county, Alabama death one ounce weight >
Grove Clinton ,
:it L ten county, to Fort Wathita. Beloit and ,. to via Joseph Walker's, to Warrenton, in Dallie to the Supreme .CourtBY; ,his :
t tit h From Green Bluff Sabine was almost instantaneous, and;_ tbs, :cans,
on river via county.
r Law- ,
:.:,oj A : From Fond du Lac, via Humesville to Plover means, partly,.' we were.:defraudedof out
hon's Mills, to Buckeville, the county site of Portage Sec.. 2. And be it further enacted That theafore8llid was notsuspected..untila" 'oat 'tuexamination
; on
:r.t-: ; Newton county. Wisconsing rive routes shall be advertised an .opportunity-to compromise with
.ef!J ;'. .From Lyon's post office Louisiana From Potosi to eetown. tracts, for, the service thereon. for con by.Drs. BYBKE,&:8at. -
,via Green's From at the next '
Summitt via general the North in A resolutione.
:;:.t. Bluff to Sabine Pass. Oeonomewoe Neosho Oregon. I .
and Maysville to Fond du letting in theeighteeii'hundred and forty- I : r !ealbe. truth <:The atep, !htI
Lao .
to:: From Mooresville, in Bowie county, via Old.It.tit I. From Jansville : nine, and the service to commence as noon th ', now passes the Hoiise.for:the i aboliiion :
via e I
. Stone's tal morsel which exaromesdch <
-. have
Hickory, Clear Spring; and Gertrude post offi- and Dunkirk Bridge Fulton" alter as practicable: Provide, That as I the District aad M we
sr: to Madison. soon:as of slavery I jn :. { t. :
--j, sea, to Jefferson, in Cass county. From Fort Washington to a responsible contractor shall offer to transport -as'to'render it difficultHioa1n !,
: 'From Henderson, via San COme, (Solomon From Fond du Lac. the mails. over any portion of the routes included STEPHENS objects.to.any.repcyesentatiSouthoft6e"den; -
',. .;'E GrigfbyX) Lilly's Mills, Rusk, and Murchison to the Sheboyagan, via Maysville and Henricon in this bill, the Postmaster General shall- tothe k : how it, .couldbpening < ,p saibrogh'\: r:n..? {o a
county seat of bei made r .
Dodge ; g
Prairie to Crockett.JfsoniWoodville have-the rig : .
tIj1f ,: county power forthwith. to Pyre : .i"I
From Watertown put them :under pf th3""g'lotti, J1 :
Jefferson ; .
;N 1' via Sandy county,via W,a contract: Provided whicb. ,over them. A: Southern '" '
1") ': Bluff: to Beauiboht. pun.. Ceresso, Berlin, and Plover That_nothing: in. this ,bet :hangs ..; :.Ii
Portage contained
to shall be
j, ao: spteFrom" Tyler, in Smith county, via the county Steven's Point, in Portage connty. any opinion as to the so construed true boundary as toe 0/= reaft tommteeany .is appointed t and. he'resigns.We ILLINOIS, .Gen.y Shielda.batt_ ,h.,

{}it.:'r van Zandt, {Grand Saline,) Brut a's, From Florence NEW Oneida YORK. ,State or territorynamed therein:;;' '' are 1 happy.,to. -eart.tbathe.shel \ ectedJSl' : ,Senator:'b "the 'J gi ialeta
; ,
;!it I lad.Four Mile Prairie to Buffalo county,New York,toSec..' 3.; Andbe itfutther 'enacted '
. 4' From Tyler,'in Smith county, to Palestine. Osceola, Lewis county Postmaster 'General be and he '; That the | iii. Washington-in equal contempt by of i hnois'in.the ;.place oflJ; : re'
From Genes is ) ::
ttti From San Augustine,to, iarion.a via Ontaria'count". ", New York, thorUed. establ hpost'otices: !; J both'South'ern. : Demo'crats:and_'Southern whose the 4tholamb. !
Gorhamin ,Rushville and id"'oppoint term> .,expires op J, .
, ; From Springfield, the seat Naples,to Damn ;: deputy r, ., .
4 county of.hisitont ne- Livingston illes postmasters at Ban viegoMoaterey.and W.bl.g. '" 'I j, I' *\ 1 ,n ; ,"
; to Falls of Braios. county. San t. next. .i.drf
; t'
: ; ,
Rli ;.From"Houston,,via ,E. Byren's and.' F. Bh, c yid From Calhdoon Foaterdsle village, Sullivan and RoUnd countr Pond New To$: cost ot the'; P ac8c, 'Is.:ch'otheJp Ca1irorn taees'oa-withiA't: ;: the he:| We_ .regret. iofl h ea r..,that, ,throughout '-''' 1 0'F" A oj,. t
= .!. f m''to Porkers Point land, naa.id ,.toRo territory oFthe nited-f Stetel;tand'tn.ms ko' [a 11.these : >citih gjc ties s' theoindelicate'beal'h= .COL. JOHN B/WBL I (Q
,+ .From Goliad to. Fort Lavatcft:. ....,. .: ,. From county,. temporary arrangements &the( :tr" ,: :..... .,. ,<.; r From"Milan, inSaline 'count 'via Greenville,, Green county New Yo rk. tatioD of the' : p. M t:CAsaLL! bas been beeti"aoin :abed "and:' oi fir ietr..)i!..
Housed that'ib .
f ir ', viaJS'orton,Hill, to Oak Hill., lHn"wterrltorjj u Abe ub.t: : : \ ,. 1+! !! '....wi'i....., ;?..'Io"..
1 pact' toB Creek. :

7' v a '.From Bayou' (ClarcaflUf\'I&,) Tarrant ani,; )\the;. .cotdti'efu ua. vli From Jefferson Gilboa and, Schohrtrie county New' ?York* ,. liainterest-may rayed'to:Clr;,mm'i'.aire P)anT_ ot]th,thaaIt1etreis'_ liare'aieatio A n-1 J State:-of Florida- has i.l.-'l.:been:. r-iti:altogether;,Ovr-> ,' 9C the, { Cotrimsatoaeis', to.:. Kt.,. tl,e a ;

m f tt' ."l'" ri..71t"JJ'. II!triI", .4 /" f" port, Delaware couuty.NorthHarpersfieid. .v .., to',. .Dar en. planes oft the Pac1Ac' fi JD''t l lie"the'IAtlaatlo on :I1D pre en, ,:- ta'.lhe",JJ l! JjW. feNl1: bo tJP.F1" 'i" : .bet.., "!:..: Ii"J 'U.o. dlS'" ''.'-r'

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.t In Mr.
reply to Toomb's,
Resolutions. TI
. Slavery objection own. We '
I ; most:
solemnly repudiate : PRO" 4
IA..A: .c.
Mr. Calhoun TIOf NEW STORE
.. Daring the recent session of the Lepilatare went'into a"hort: argument every possible' motive to promote oar NEW8T.BE"_ I

, of this Statethe following Re- ,' to show that the South could take party, or to injure Gen. Taylor, by this ', ;: ,. .

. were introduced by Mr.BLACKfttN their slaves into California and New movement. But we have no doubt it COO_PE_ R R ;AB": :
plotions t Mexico and that
Chairman of the House Committee the ,usual Congress was bound, wi:1 kill the Whigs in the South, if they JACKSONVILLE. ,. .fLA .
by acts
legislation ,
. to pro should assume the fearful responsibility '
the hon tect this HATE OPBJYBD oa' the corner of BIT aa4 .
To and
on Federal Relations. property to put it on the of shrinking from the great duty Street'with'a LARGE AND WELL J

or of the State they were unanimously same footing with other property. It which now calla upon them to act in SELECTED in ..STOCK OF FRESH GOODS.. MB- II t i

by both Houses : required no law of Congress to author behalf of the South, or rather in behalf BY THE GOVERXOK.OF'THE STATE Of FLORIDA. fisting part .*.J% 1
ize slavery there. of'the Union. "'tITHEREAS,',it is required law ,Groceries, Hats, Caps
and House of -Washington,Union. by that an ,
Ruolved by the Senate Mr. Calhoun was calm and dispassionate election be held in this State on the Provisions Boots : s

Representatives of tht State of Florida inGtnttal and in his earnest appeals to PROROGATION OF THE SENATE FOR first Monday in, May next, for a Register of Shdef i

Assembly convened, That, as the South for unanimity, he is MARCH 5tH.-We learn from the National Public Lands, to hold until the,first Monday of, Dry-Goods, Clothing, : : ,. :*
UNION we view with represented October, 1850; alse, for Judges of Probate for HardWare *
of the ,
friends the of as using language replete with Intelligencer that the Presidentof the several Counties hold till the first Mon. ., S Saddlery, ; ;

post serious alarm relation course our the eloquence and pathos. the United States has issued the usual day of October, 1801, and for Justices of the Crockery, &c.p &c., &c., i

Northern brethren in to The course taken by the Texas delegation circular to the Senators of the-,United Peace for each District in the several Counties,. Which will be old at SATA5KAH FRICK5. for Cli *

question of SLAVERY course which, was unexpected. Mr. Rusk States, requesting them to meet in to hold for two years; (all of said officers to or Country rrndn -.- : i
unkindness insult, continue in office till their successors shall be CHAS P. COOPER. GEO.B.; REAB. "
marked by wrong *
.; read some resolutions, as a substitute the Senate ,Chamber on the 5th day of elected and qualified.) N. M.-Cash advances mad ;
has to a most unfortunate MI eouon'cOa.i"J':
tod injury, weakened, the bonds for the report, but they contained noth- March next. It is then customary IT is HEREBirlpaDERED,That the said election to oar friend in Savannah.Oharleston: or N.w York.k t

extent, ing decisive. Gen. Houston seems receive and act upon the nominations be held throughout the State, according to law. J ck,onTiIIe, Dec.23.,1849. JJ ;"* .

which unite them and us ; which, if lukewaim in the cause and Mr. Stephens which the President make for and the officers whose duty it is to order said 1 n i ii '- ".-t:..tIt. .
may .
persisted in, in the same spirit, can only elections will take notice hereof. R. HElD A: CO. '4"w i
is members of the Cabinet&c. The following .
terminate in further alienation, andin unquestionably opposed to any Witness my hand and the great seal of the >'
I dissolution of the Con- action. is a copy of the circular above State, given'at the Capitol, this 20th -itirEssns:R. B. REID fc CO. baTing.leWf? i

the inevitable Members from the South, supposedto referred : [SXAL] ,day of a.nuary/A.'I1849, and of the .LY.I. ed the Whar rand the buildings attached. .* a f

federacy. be ambitious of Northern' popularity To the Senators of the,United States respectively: Independence of the United States the are now prepared in connection with their'> t
That the recently acquired '73d WM. D. DRY GOOD, GROCERY
and future f
be Jan.
having been purchased by may regardedas Attest: Governor. AND MISCELLANEOUS EST.ABUSE. .
Territory of which her full averse to taking any action. Thereis SIR : Objects interestingto the United A.E. MAXWZLL, Secretary of State. MKNT-, to do a GENERAL COMMlBSIoN '
and treasure, t
blood\ one exception., Mr. Calhoun, always States requiring that the Senate January 27, 184g. 2m USINESS. .
; proportion was contributed by theSouth, ambitious should be in Their charges are established by the.Sana-" ,.
has ever been true to session on Monday, the! ::
her sons are entitled equally nahnates. ,
she and his own 5th of March next receive arid Notice to Trespassers. t
people.Mr. day to
of Union They are also the.Agents of the
other the to U. S. Mail
portion t
with HEREBY FOREWARN and all
any of the same this General Berrien, of Georgia, made some act upon such communications as may I not to hunt kind any of persons discharge Steamers at this place, and are now enabled?: .
the enjoyment any game pr *
Assembly, therefore, believing that eloquent .remarks, and exorted the be made to it on the part of the Exec any kind of fire-arms within my enclosures .;- to offer every facilityto.the Merchant, Planter g :
South to be united. He that utive attendance in the Senate and thePnblicgenerally. ,
suggested your near Jacksonville. I am compelled to
Congress possesses to, under such the! Constitution = the address should be made to the whole Chamber, in this city, on that day, at take this step on account of the many and great !. ed Goods and forwarded consigned with to their despatch.care will be.r.ceiT.... \ !
no power pass a measure inconveniences to which I have been
Union. 10 o'clock in the forenoon, is accordingly subjectedby Their Store, Office and Warehouse sitns.- g
similar are
: adopting language to that wandering sportsmen. Shot have fallen in- \:
He has been placed on the committee requested. JAMES K. POLK. ted convenient to the Wharf. /
of the Legislature of Virginia hereby to my piazza, and my negroes have been forcedto f !
: Palatka, St.John's River E.F. ,
in of Mr. who January iExecutor's ,,
declare it as their opinion, "that, under place Stephens, beggedto leave their work on account of the random 184g ;;, J
be excused from serving.Mr. The Southern Convention.-It is said discharges of those who seemed to be indifferent 11 '", H (

It t I circumstances, will thepeople of this Stephens was one of the eight that five members of the committee of as to the size or quality of the game they .. -l,
State be xvilii'ig: to recognize as binding might bag. I therefore give notice that I shall : : Sale ;f ..
r Southern members who 15 to which the address reported by IJ
was opposedto ,
any enactment of the Federal Government prosecute any future trespassers to the utmost BY Tirtae of a Decree of the United States *; .. j
which has for its object the: to Clayton's compromise of last :Mr. Calhoun has been recommitted extent of the law. JAMES WINTER. District Court for the Northern Districtof :,

of Slavery m Territory session, as yielding too much. Having !. have resigned, viz : Messrs. Clayton, I January 27, IS49. Florida, made by said Court at an'extra 11 :
any defeated the chances of Morehead and term held by adjournment on the fourth '
a favorable decision Chapman, Stephens day of ; j
South of the line of the Missouri Compromise December A. D.
Injustice's Court-Columbia 1s.tSat the city of St .
the Courtsome Rusk. It is that others will Aueui-
by Supreme seem expected l
tine. the ,
it be subscribers
holding to the natural Executors of the last will .
to think it incumbent on him to insiston follow their example.-Baltimore Sun, County Florida. and testament of George '
independent right of each citizen of each Kingsley, deeeased-, ]
( better 18th inst. will offer for sale
a remedy.The at public auction, before the"*
and every State of the Confederacy, to Sam'l S. Wester ) ATTACHMENT.] Court-House in the :
city of Jacbonvi1I *
reside with his Whatever report was recommitted to the vs. J Debt, $46 ;:and .4
property, same committee, with all the amend- Gen. Jackson's Will.-We notice the James C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 92THE State aforesaid, on Monday, the fifth day of L J
Lt description, in any Territory acquiredby March next, the following real estate to wit"n
ments and resolutions suggested in the following extract from Gen Jackson'sWill Defendant and all others interested i
the arms of the United States, or DRAYTON ISLAND .
and the adjourned in of notified of the /."
with meeting, meeting finally some our exchanges : I hereby commencement 4 tA
Ij yielded by treaty any foreign pow- to Monday next. The gold box presented to me by of this suit,returnable to Justice's Court Situated on Lake George, containing seven i 'i 5..
*h made to be held at Johnsville for the Ninth District teen hundred ((1700)) acres, more or less:-Tain- :
A motion Mr. the of the ofN. York
AI Resolved, That the ABOLITION of SLAVERY by Stephens to Corporation city ,p of said county, on the first Saturday in April, able for its situation, the quality of its soil,and "

; in the DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, invoking adjourn sine die, having been voted the large silver vase presented to me A. D. 1849, and. to appear and plead to the for its orange, lemon, and citron groves... v i 7 I

down by a very decided majority. by the ladies of Charleston, S. C., my'same. FORRESTER'S ? '
as it does an exercise of POINT
f power native State, with the large picture re Given under 'my hand and seal, this 20th ..
Dot granted by the Constitution, and Situated on the St.Johns River about
day January A. D. 1349. C l
the of the American
I designed, as it is, as a means of affecting Meeting of Southern Members. presenting unfurling JOHN W. PRICK, [I.. s.] miles below Palatka, containing about six JunaJ'
banner, presented to me by the citizens Justice of the Peace dred ((600)) acres.more or less. < .
the institution of slavery] in the It is the duty as well as the interestof ,
of South Carolina, when it was Jan. 27, 1849. 3m BUENA VISTA ,"
States, against which it is aimed as a the South to present an undivided ,

blow, should be resisted on the part of front, to stay the torrent of abolitionism.Such refused to be excepted by the U. States dmJnisfrator's Notice.-On- JMon- Situated near Forrester's Pointy i' containing""t '
Senate, I leave in trust to my son, Andrew one thousand ((1000)) acres, ess with
the South whatever best have day the 19th az ;
by means are we reason to hope, will be day February next ensuing I .
it and I
Jackson Jr. with directions that orange grove upon '
adapted to the protection of the Constitution the feeling of the great majority of I will apply to the Judge Probate of *

the defence of herself, and Southern Whigs, as well as the Demo- should our happy country not be bless Duval county for leave to sell so much of the SAN JOSE ;PLANTATION,. .\, 1

ed with peace--;an event not always to I real estate of Eliza :M. Crichton, deceased, as Situated in Duval County, on the River St. i 1..
of the Union. The
preservation crats. House of Commons of will be
sufficient for the payment of the just Johns six rciies from
be expected-he will at the close of the Jacksonville, containing"three l
Resolved Thaff North arolina have debts of said deceased.
knowing no just
party adopted strong hundred ((300)) ;
acres, more or less 'or'
war, or end of the conflict, present each t, J
names or political divisions, on questions resolutions by almost an unanimousvote. ? A. W. CRICHTON, Adm'r. which about one hundred and seventy.five. -
of said articles of inestimable value to Jan. 11
27,1849. ,
involving in their settlement and There are signs that the resolutions 4t cres are open for cultivation. On the placed isV' t t J
that residing in the City or State house with
patriot dwelling
consequences the character, j of Virginia will be in dministrator's necessary out buildings, ;
property, passed a Not
Ice.Six .
&c &c. The
from which they were presented, who A : above places offer ,great induce-' x ..
and lives of those whom we similar But there MONTHS after date I shall ;
represent spirit. are givingsout apply to menta to purchasers ,
healthy and '
shall be adjudged by his countrymen orthe the pleas.
we are ready, heart and soul, with a that the same degree of unanimity valiantin for Hon. Probate Judge of Columbia county antly situated immediately on the River St' .i Jit;
ladies have been the most : Letters of Dismission
to : Administrator
united front, to join Virginia the Carolinas will the Southern as on Johns, with fertile lands bearing 1
not pervade Whigs the Estate many of the, ,.!
and Henry Clefton late of said
i defence of his our counry's fruits J
county tropical '
and the other themalready ina .
I Southern States, in i Congress. Doubts have been expressed deceased. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. erowingetate. 31

j F: 'in taking such measures for the defence about the support which some t rights. Jan. 27, 184g. 6ra TERMS. S tOne .;j ";4!i

I of our 'rigits, and the preservation of of them (a mere handful J, we hope,) will The New York Post saysThe Circuit ('our fer Colombia. third cash-: balance in one, two, and* '* Jdi; ,

ourselves, and those whom ue hold give to the address which has been prepared -. San County.EASTERN three years, with interest, to be aeeured bl'L '
business of taking ships for I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. bond of the 1
iJ dear, as the highest wisdom of all may, for the convention of Southern up purchaser, and mortgage oa'tpremUei. \ ;::! I,
: Francisco is in some hands very profit MAT TERM-1849. OLIVER WOOD ,
whether !
through Southern ;> ri
Convention members it is said of
: consisting
r or otherwise able. One ship which cost $25,000 Charles M. cooper, ) Attachment in JOHN s. SAMMI !: .11
and devise.
suggest enumeration of but
mere grievances ,
vs. !
complete has a freight worth $40,000, > Assnmpsifc: tc. ;
Resolved. That a copy of these reso-. l leaving the "moJc and measures of redress arid all paid in advance." John M. Gignilliat. ) Debt, $699 72. JaaksonvilleFhL, January 6, 1848. 2m l 1)

lotions be transmitted to the Governorof ," to use Mr. Jefferson's language, Defendant and all others interested' Dnval Cnntr" A :
each of the slave States, with a request "to the people and the States them --- ----- -- THE please take notice of the institutionof Vellecler'e Sale.BT ,

that they be laid before the I Leg selves." It is said to" be moderate in its Important Eietlrr! from North Carolina the acove named suit, and plead to the decla- : I virtue have of levied the power and vested shall'in me by law, .,. z til'

islatures .. FAYETTEVILLE. N.C., March 2, 1847. ration filed, judgment will be taken' by de upon expose;for ?:
such in
as are now session. tone as well as dignified in its spi'rit.Then .- fault. CHARLES P. ale, before the Court-House door in the Tows !
hesitation the of Dr. Seth W Fowle-Dear Sir: For two years COOPER, o Jacksonville, on the first Monday in ,
I why any on part : January, 18< .-3m Pl'tfTsAtt'y. Jon f r
Front Wiisluiiijion.Correspondence a single Southern Whig in, Congress ? past I have been more or less troubled with a next ((1849)) the following lands, or 80 muck. G l'

t the Baltimore Sun. cnugh. During the past year: I was taken with I : thereof as will pay the State Taxes due there*! j
of I It is said that, in the last meeting of i otice.--Snx MOXTHS aftor date, I shall for the year 1S48, viz:- ,

VV ,SUI>GTOX, Jan. 16, '49. the committee of fifteen, two or three I a severe pain in the left side, accompanied by a i present my accounts and vouchers as Administrator 2.000 acres of Land,situated on Nassau River ., ;i I "It

The meeting of Southern members of of the Whig members contended that, Tery bad cough and a raising of blood-probably of the Estate of Francis Richard, and Houston's Creek, adjoining lands.of Job 1

Congress, held last evening in the Senate .. no action was ; and that, a quart or more. In addition to this.sweat late of Duval County, deceased, to the Honora Houston-particular boundaries unknownpurporting t
necessary ble Judge of Probate of said :i it.
county, for a final to belong to Sandiford Holmes. .
chamber, was attended by some with the aid of Gen. Taylor, they could profusely at night, which induced me to applyto settlement of said Estate, and shall, at the same JL A. CANOVA "S

I eighty or ninety members. The mp.>et-. control the movement of tie! Abolitionists. a physician, but received no permanent ben. time, apply for Letters of Dismission as such Tax Collector Duval County, .. 't. 114
fag refused to admit the press, by a We do not understand that these efit. I then procured a bottle of Wistar Bal.' Administrator, of which all persons interested Dec. 4th, 1848. DccO-Cm .it j
> oteof about 54 37. The address in. said Estate, are desired to take notice. ;
to g ntlem'l assigned any leasoiis for sam of Wild Cherry, which seemed to have the

prepwed by Mr. Calhoun, was read, their, knowledge, as we certainly conceive -, desired effect.. I continued to use it, and my January STEPHEN 20, 1849 D. FERNANDEZ Cm, Adm'r. DaY T virtue ftl County of the power Tax Coll vested toi's in Bale..law,,, ..:,, :! t

ud was substantially as has been here- them bound to do ; but if they intended appetite, :which had been very poor, returned, B.. I have levied upon and shall me expose by ,for, ,- :: "

tofore stated. to say that .Gen. Taylor would and with it my.strength was restored. After IJ.VY Conner Tax Collector's 8a... sale,before the Court House door, in the Tows fi l

I Thedebate, on various motions, was veto the Wilmot clause, then what taking four bottles I was completely cured, and I BE SOLD, on the first Monday in of Jacksonville; on the first Monday in: March /. 3.

!, continued until after 12 o'clock, in would the Northern Whigs, Messrs. have,enjoyed good-health since. .WILL next, ((1849,) between the l next he. following, ((1849)) between described the usual. hours of sale, '. U a li

which Messrs. C layton, Berrien, Jef f Truman Smith, Ashmnn, &c., say to DAVID R. BELL. hours W. of 10 of and the 2 o'clockon that day, &e S. thereof as will satisfy the property State,Taxes or so muck dug>4 '$ .
Quarter S. W.
Quarter of
; ferson Davis, McLane, Toombs, Stephens !: the contradictory positions in which 5JT: The editor of the North Carolinian,albeit Township 16, Range 19, and,the N.W.Section Quarterof 7, thereon S for the year 1848vii:4 ..' \ .' it 1 /i+

Rusk, Thompson, of Mississippi, Gen. Taylor has permitted himself to strongly:opposed to puffing "quack medicines," the N. W. Quarter of Section 13, Township The half part of that certain tract of Ian4 .

Houston and others, participated. | be placed 1 : but believing that Wistar's Balsam of Wild 16,Range 19, South and East, ctainin .80 ry's situated Ga.on known the King's the Road leading to St., Ha-;4 '

I It will be most unfortunate for the What confidence conld in acres, or as much as will satisfy the taxes due ; as Pile Place, containing !i
they repose Cherry ought not to be classed with that sort,, 500 acres, and purporting belong to Francir 1
thereon for the with *
South present ((1848 ) all
that ,
II this meeting was ever held one, who held one language to the NorthI cheerfully- testifies to his knowledge of the costs and expenses accruing Tor advertizing the M.Pile... LA. c Nov A,: .. '

nuatnuniiy should not be finally ef- and another to the South 1 But I truth of Mr. Bell's statement, in regard to the same. The above named lands are situate in Tax.Collector Duval CountyDee. .-.;, ?'. j .

I'I ftcttd. That of last night was not as L not believe (we say it firmly but respectfully efficiency of,the :Balsam. Levy county, on the Withlacooehe, a short distance .4th, 1849. :Dec9 .:3m.Dnral 1P 1 # :

harG:1Daiou8: as was expected. In truth that of the Southern above the well-known. place called Fort .- 'i- ----.t J
) any bottle six bottle for
there 'ere Price one dollar *, or Clinch,and owned and claimed by James Lynch, County Tax Collector' Sale.: :

t31e some from Northern slave Whigs have any positive reasons. to five dollars. .. and bounded by U. S. Lands, unless there have BT virtue of the authority rested in me by ,

whose feelings might with pro- hope for anything from Gen. Ta lpr'. I. BUTTS the been lands recently' purchased adjoining.:,TheP law, I hare levied upon and,haIl expose-=* fi;! ,

prlety have kept them from the meet- veto. We are satisfied, as we have all Signed on wrapper.For above lands will be sold at .the ,Court of for sale' ,..before the, Court-House 'd6orm: .:ti. > I :

Dg. MieyXeel not the same identity of along saidrthathe will waive the exercise sale, wholesale and retail by Levy county, (the house of Mary V. Andrews.) Town Jacksonville, on thejirst Mondays-, ? ilj ,!.
GEORGE.H.TRESPER March: next,.((1849)) between the usual houn of !
interest as those from T. 0. HOLMES & CO., } c ,;
Southern S
more of the Else. the
L veto. whywas sale 30: acres of. Land : much
Tax Assessor and Collector Levy Count or so thereof.at, ':3
ate&. first Allison jitter written t Why did I Jacksonville E. F. j. will .the State, Taxes due thereon '
Nov.11, 184& 8w' .. pay for the a .'
Un. the introduction of the report, a L he put: forth as the only article of\that And by druggists generally throughout theUnited f3r The above J'sale is postponed to the first year 1848,.bounded as, follows,'tiv: North by j. j ;

awion was made by Mr. Clayton to creed, his" virtual determination not to States: lan 27. Monday in February next. lands of Francis Creek Richard and,West South and .East by :
Big Pottaburg
by Little Potta-
7.U on the table and take further that wer..tVhy has Mr. Jan.20, 1849. "
p -- burg Creek, purporting to belong' to ,George _
<( on. It was made to teL the feeling Crittenden,'in his message refused to MARINE. INTELLIGENCE.'I' ,Sheriff's Sale.BY Hagan .. $ ; .' A. A. CANOVA, 4U I "

the meeting-the vote stood f.r it word in behalf of the oftheSouth r ,, Tax Collector Dum Co : I
rights t7'k-
bout say one PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, JAN. 27, 1849. virtue, of a writ of fi.ft,, uiaed.at of tht Cir .
t 55, against: it about 30. Those ? =- cuit Coun for Dur l County, I.will expose it ..Dee..11h,1848., .-ecg-3m- : ,tf J .

Infaror of laywg on the table were Now then comes the issue. If any ARRIVED. public sale in front of tha Court-Hoase.in the Town, -;"v: \. Exccptors'jfptlce.; ..
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JackionTJllelon the,Grit of
.bearlyall Jan. 22i-8chr.Sarah &Emma, Wall, N.:Y... Moixhy February naztr % { .w I
\Vhigs. of the Southern: Whig meuthersdeclnc! .I U ',U ," Eo Marsh Ramsdell,T. Y.c between, the hours of tale on that d.y..a fTIHE:'Bnbscribers,' having-.been qualified ats .1
The powerful objection to the L all with theSouth irijthepassage "' Laud, ly'ng. titoate and being'at1lazzrd.oiSt.' JU ,Executors of the last. Will and-Testa V ...
report co-operation 231
-Brig Alfaretta, White, Johns River,in.the of Dural!.bounded M folIowa -.. B
as County mentof
made JAMES DELL late of
by Mr. Iir ** ; ; ? i J
Toombs. of what fearfulresponsibility ]I county/
address 'CLEARED.t'
He Georgia. I of the ,, ;to wit:Beginning hn the,8t:'Johna Hirer n I
thought Congressional Legislation are ,they bringing upon I "- ,18th.-Brie1 Aritares, Howe?.:Cuba and". hundred feet above the Mill Creek,first Im* running I deceased, Notice is J hereby given, ,!'all persons-1 .;
)1nlng.demands against the estate of the d *
*** market.: :" thence down the Hirer bank pan the .
the necessary to authorize slavery in their owri.heads, to sacrifice the rights U 2BgP.BmehboruOOlCOT&N.; r.' Creek and the WhacC to a,point distant: utho1Jli1I rnndieiI; I ceased,lo 'present' them"without! delay to th e

th new territories. The doctrine of of the South to patty feelingto.attach '. '&C, Schr.:Sarah'&Emma.Wa1l, NY bS S feet .,above' ;:WilF.m,Hfuatrth*. :Store';" undersigned Executors, or/jtheir; authorixedlagent 1
report was that Congress could I Gen. ,ortb : ", '. .", 'i:, -, tanning HghtBne with the flrstback to the iopoftbeSana ,3.' ; James, Gi Je11t Jfewnansville, East
merit to Taylor antover- Hills ;third line running down fl .'River! the,-
fttlther ; Florid3Vwithin law aly
extP d ior restrict in : I Memorandum. .*' prescribed by ,or,* n
slavery. weening and'unfounded confidence same course as thefirat one hundred tftfi thence t this npticti-irill be plead in .bar. of their
.AI!. Toomb proposed > NEW YORKJau..11th.ArriTed..Brig'.Ametb r 'right angles into the Marsh* far froml I.st mentioned -- re.. -
no amendment, his course I He will surely disappointthem covery :. _% : sjr* .
and U was evident 8 .'Brown,-14 days from JactMnrille,E.'P., corner and, from"the potntd'J1nn that < : I .
V* anv that he was opoosed jnnd!; thow/Aei ;cap3: y .*%*$* with timber to.'TaylorRich: vftS&l;; I 4te a line, drawn parallel to the!fisn4th1TfIl1flObH1', : .Andnotice.ia.Jicreoygiven to aU creditor
Afnnn, by the meeting. He .tbe selves to: their: .iii4ignant..OPtU. ; Jan.lith.- 1 &br. 11L lWh-Ram i )leraecting *s'lztJde3cribdl1fl!u/,wU,1n- legatees,'and" persons entLtld'to: 'distribu on;.'
wjtb &b. ,MiU I |hat their claims will be barred unless lti1itecl'
.de no reply to a dell 'Jacbon'rille.-.ArriTed 8chr.A1mir ,Uerrick12 fade IotnrT.t"nt.Acrel $ iUnd; :
S" M r. Propounded ents 1 It -is;'our noj\t'auxioo's'desire from Jacksonville-with lumber I toOilchrist&Ca :and other fixturea.thereon.: :Tafcea..j .;.lh Jjropeflj. .within two years;;/rom:ihi$ dsteththee.turortbeiraitbirizedaent. ;, .t ..'

rhwnPSOI nt; m Deference; to the .that this, qnesrioh5should' ,nowbp: day *, Amander.Parsonsj to ritufj-an execution mfarprof 41'c> J
.J he,would take if *' $ '' Tbbma*Cv Holme* pointed out by Plaintiff.:. ,,' ,, flENNET .'II' ,
'l\v.TJ' '
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Congress (sIgnedJ' v'
refu ''
-! .dtvesiedofallparty. .: ; connextionrfMf.L i I Jan.,,8tJL..C1ea.ridBrit; Alfartta, White, {4 .i.-},,, :G'IIO S1UD\VIT. .,: :I .-.." ;} 'a >> 1 .
Clact- pass the nece&sarJ1awIJ or hould WC- < ,)kn w, ;;?ifwe: '* 'know our- I jtiid 8chr.Sarah Emiaa, the pro'iao."t.: .. '. J kS D. 1Al". U ,9'" ""!II +
s.1 ,''ptrty wch -.;M *thiLwiabu it is our: "i.'Tmt.' .'tI < '. Jf-j( ,-" '" ; \ -;: 1 >> ..t.n\! ,i -" f-' 'I.



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: : 'I I '.) 'BEW,. D.. ;' .' ;WEW AND;PROVED EDITION. .i, '...:ti.. ) ;t 1 W.DBHOUBV'OP'"ry-;.. ::;."i.':", "IRi&TOWNSENlSCOHP.OUND t : E TBACT t: 1.a'ureinz d.'. n.6d 1n-e-w Itait,'.-" '- tP !.

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... .' Extraordinary .Work, I.. _" _; +_ 't .- .
4' six tvnes j:cheaper:,pleasanter,&nd.warrant superior "A1baD1 A"ifJ : 15i
:a.1 .u.. ._ .' '.- No. '50 C'cdnr.Street," New-York. \ '
. .. T co t any soI4:: It cares diseases without ':' I'r r
1('-f'fj .MARRIEp;WOMAN'S : pr : Q i 1ttiiing l.eP- '
'th &ii1ME ) ?t"
.' PRIVATE MEDICAL Jtmm, >'S'tD 1J' 9 tient;and is particularly adapted for a T .I.lY'pr.t'- -In ? I

f I;;e.,f J LIES_ & 'JUDJIQN,) t ".k'.LL AND WINTERS MEDICINE.The No Innale.whQ has
I.1!' J J 0 MP ,AtNION.BPI Qccupy the spacious FIVE STORYW 41\E-: great '- u.and.8uperi< ity.,6f this, arIsaparilla pr04ch L ri

-rt: i: .:"* PROCLAMATION BY WM. D. MOSELET, PIIICE flED UCD., HOUSE,Jfo.56 CEDAR STREET-4hwnoLE! over'alother.rernediei' ; is,it'erar" 'IJ ld'hegl Ct& :t k
) Governor of Florida.T'17HKREAS T exhibition and sale' "vdica es lis a8 it invigorates ther .v entin for any ,of
. of wbich'is devoted to the
r v ,: Only SO cent per .ccpr.. 3 c.ple toe '1.. i
it i ;f it has'been made known to meV of the'Single Article'of' \ body, consnmptioncured, diekI k .which" ,.(
THE SECRET OF M. M. DESOMEAUX'S INSTRUMENT cleanse;ond strengthen _. 't ie\oC ure: ;This '
: j. t Y by the Sheriff of Alachua County, in *
' :':It this State that William H.Watson, alias James FULLY BEYEALED P R.I N TE D .C4L.JCO E.8. .consumption tcanbe, .cured, .' ,1 1ronochitls several years by i

.! :: Black, who was imprisoned on a charge of the A NEW EDITION ofthis imporuntMatrirnonialjL Their present Stock..consists of nearly consumption, lrercornpiain! ti, less valuable IOTA :
? ,f" "C murder of William Gibbons,late of said County, Companion hu just been issued under the edit > One Thousand packages. colds, coughstcatarrh, asthma SpItting ."omanhood,-,as it>
;; ha escaped from custody, and is a fugitive ,nat supervision ofR.M.WB1SSELHOFF, M.D.. Embracing. some .THOUSANDS! of different. of blOod,soreness in the chest by quickening,the..b! :
.$.: 1 from justice: l late of Paris. Professor of Midwifery, and author of". patterns and colorings, comprising every' hectic flush, night:sweats, difficult system:; Jndeed, i !

,,.c' : ; Now KNOW TB, that I, William D. Moseley, the which celebrated has had work such an on extensive"Gestation sale and in ChUd-Bhth Europe and thing desirable in the. line, FOREIGN and ,.or profuse,ex'pec- all the diseases whl
';.v.&: Governor of Florida by virtue of the authority America. DOMESTIC -. toration. and pain ,braces thetwhole .t:
, t.:'.% vested in me by law, do hereby offer a reward This edition is a vast improvement upon Mauri- All of which are offered for sale for cash. or in the side) &c. ently the,natural
: t.. of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension ceau's old work,which was chiefly designed to induce satisfactory credit, at the LO WEST'P4&ICS, have and impurities .of tie
t:' : of said fugitive and his delivery to the the reader to purchase M:Desomeaux's Powders .by the can be the system to
; and Instrument, to prevent an undesired increase of PACKAGE.New cured. ion'hICh Is the c
custody of the Sheriff of either Duval or AlachuaCouftty PIECE ,
: ;
.f. in this State. family, at an expense of $ -and bis Portuguese : almost Probably there never was a remedy that has for female weitkness
, received day
.c Styles are every ,
i r Female Pills at $5 per box. In this edition there is ,
. f : d Mantrandum.William H. Watsoa, alias no part of the original French work withheld.. The and many of them are.go' up for our own sales been so successful indesperate' cases of consumption 1J18E.ABE: OJ. t
fj.e: : James Black,is about five feet eight inches high, whole secretoiM. M. Desomeaux'a instrument and and not to be found elsewhere. as this; it cleanses and 'strengthens the 7'U. : cN

, :; .:," lender, but well built, very erect, sallow complexion method is fullj revealed and described and the recipe jjPrinteAlists of prices, corrected from system and appears to heal the ulcers on the. -, .
of Desomeaux's Portoguese Female Pills i. given 'With variation in the market lungs, and the patients gradually regain their j D. T.oW1lSIN -
jtt : ,black hair bluish is between day day, every ,
grey eyes,
entire in plain Englishterms. so that the purchaser usual health and strength. : been afflicted
'J ." f; 25 aid 30 years of age; and has the marka of a are placed in the hands buyers. a
!.t ,:. J.. fan-shot wound on his left shoulder. will actually get MerchantB will be able to form some idea of CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with a,terrible ''

j"ti ".f Given under my hand and the great Seal of FOR FIFTY CENTS the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe There is scacely a day passes but there area ; ,the greater: part, of, :

.if 'i/ of the State, at the Capitol, in Tallahassee, WHAT DR. MAURICEAU SELLS AT state, that the value of our usual stock of number of cases of Consumption reported as ] troubled,with sh rtI1
' r. i' tb.is5tk day January, A. D., 1S49. SIXTEEN DOLLARS. this onE ARTICLE. is at least twice the value of cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparill&t of the heart, w -

;b ,, .1. WILLIAM D. MOSELEY, who has been deceived by the trick the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by The following was recently rec 'and has'fr ;
; # I Every person DL TOWHSEND Dear Sir For the last leave her bed. The
This fact to :
Governor of Florida.By our largest jobbers.
should this and thus
't4.,.,: ,.J of Manriceaa's work, purchase }
;: the Governor: escape the extortion which he attempts to practice.- getherwith the tact that our means and our three years I have been afflicted with general and severe she tried
.t. J'. A. E. MAXWILL, Secretary of State After reading this edition! any one may avail himselfof attention instead of being divided among a vast debility, and 'nervous consumption of the last such cases with but
,,! : r..1 Jan. 13, 184g. 4t Desomeaux's invention,at once, without dollar of variety of articles, are devoted wholly to Ol'fE, stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three.
? ;k 1 expense in any village in the United State. .All the will render the advantages which we can offerto all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was
:J.1., .:;}., 8100 REWARD seerctsofMeuriceau, Desomeaux and Geissner, are'' dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart; and the
There is other edilioa worth I
here revealed. no
'W.I.I. l"1f TILL be given for the apprehension .f fully our care that none who visit our establishmentshall regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. .
:I /I.:." W JOHN B. HARDIN, who escaped from purchasing.03:: Single copies of the Married Wo".'* Private ; meet with any disappointment.Our Board of Health in New York and, elsewhere, She has also had th
r:': 7 the'Jail in Duval county, on the night of the : Medical Companion will be sent by mail, in a clone assortment. ,is complete at all seasons of and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We
" r,:' t: 3d of January last, where he was confined on envelope, tony part of the United States,for 50 cts., : the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE: to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited, as she
f ...: conviction for Burglary and Larceny. Said post paid,to Dr.K. M. WEISSELHOFF. BoxS7lO. P. S.-B.F.; LEE, formerly of the firm of in some paper of your Sarsaparilla 1 resolved diseases. But it
, 1. r-, H&rdin is about 35 years old, about 5 feet 10 New York City, or THREE COPIES for ONE : Lord & Lees,-and late senior partner the original to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved' her of
letters will be taken from the ,
Jrt.r: : inches high,rather light complected, but sallow, Post DOLLAR Office. No No unpaid agents whatever are employed to 'firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is

t.tr ..: : hair light, or sandied, smal1., dull, muddy.blue sell this NEW EDITION, which can only be chained he withdrew some time ago, has resum- your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost. like fiction, but
J" '. .,. eyes, downcast look lips thin and closely compressed t by sending as above. Publication Office, 258 ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice. I per- reality. Your :
, ;;.:: beard thin and.scattering. Ha carried Broadway, N. Y. City.NEW. Judson; and assures his friends that the new severe in taking Sarsaparilla,and have been i ukble medicine and
Ii.\?:; ....' off.two negroes with him when he escaped from concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering lJi
;'.:.f:,i' Jail; since which time he has been atrfri'I" EDITION this; branch of trade, which formerly' distinguished four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this
3" large committing other crimes. The above orDR. the other two houses to which. he be and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and '
;e'I' ; reward will be paid by the undersigned OB WEISSELHOFFS SCIENTIFIC WORKON longed. June 25, 1847 2y helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectfully,
.#'I delivery to the Sheriff of Duval County. THE SUBJECT OPCHILDBIRTH. : I knew my case. CHARLES QULMBY. WILLIAM

.1 t i:'f r- OLIVER WOOD, i JOHN M. PONS, SART AIR'S UNION MAGAZINE. Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2,"1847. .
'11.;,.: OSCAR HART, I I A. t.-tEED A fEW and beautiful edition of this celebratedwork OF LITERATURE AND ART, State of New Jersey,.Essex'CountyChas.| r :
U "o":. THOMAS LEDWITH, 1 C. P. COOPE'R, OK the subject of GESTATION AND CHILD Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or metl
;'i.-:1i: PHILIP COX, GREGORY YALU BIRTH, by R. Weisselhoff.. M. D, late of Paris, FOR JANUARY, 1849. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is : ed which so nearly P'Jfa
4: : 1. A. CANOYA, I I T. 0. HOLMES & 00 niasjust been issued in New York. -It is a work which true, accordin'gto the best of his knowledge and I or saliva deco po
should be in the hands of Man and Woman who 1r.
.;. .,.,- J Jacksonville Dec. 9,184S. tf bas incurred, or intends to every incur.the responsibilities MRS. C. K. XIXKLAKD AND P1W?. J. S. HART, EDS. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. 'i the organs of
!," -. of the Marriage state. It will be fouad of special Value Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, 'SaJ" parilla. It ;
; to those whose means health or other circumstances Eighty pages of letter press n new type and extra the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, ., dyspepsia, however ,
t ; .i HOLMES &1' CO.MESSRS. ,do not.permit them to increase the number oftheir fine paper, three superb mezzotWoerizAllishmeits .. Justice of the Peace. BASK DEPARTMENT :
..):.rJ<.!.,:. _ _ 'family, without great inconvenience, suffering, and eight other varied illustrations.fTlHE .- DR. TOWKSEKD-Sir I
r. HOLMES & COM have removed I or perhaps risk of life. A method avoiding these TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years i
.;:, 2:' of Merchandize to the large I troubles and dangers at will,(recently discovered by. Public are already aware that the.U nion Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with

h;'.;i t." : building formerly occupied by the United States, a celebrated in this work.French The Physician.means of)prevention is fully communicated cost comparatively as"JL Magazine has changed residence, as well not heard "of one-that used Dr. Townsend'sSarsapanilla appetite, extreme

:::; t. known as the Government Building. They. nothing,and are within the reach of all.- hanged hands since the publication the in time lost any children the past atersion to all kinds
Q r..t. have added to their stock by the late arrivals I IJ The process is new, sate, infallible, convenient and December number, Messrs. Sartain and Sloana.. summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) 1 .
: : ; from New York, a full assortment of Dry Goods, I simple, and cannot injure the health! ofth. most deli. ker having purchased it of the former proprietors died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a email portion on
:t\ Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c., cate. Nor does it curtail matrimonial privilege. ia and transferred its place of publicationfrom evidence of its value, and ia only another usual remedies, but i u1.o
:::' :/ which they are prepared to sell at reduced the least. New York to Philadelphia. In addition instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the :
>, OH" There is no deception .or humbuggery of any also, to the services of Mrs..Kirkland,who willcontinue
:. ,.' prices. DK. TOWKSWD Dear Sir: I had two chil. edr about two months
! 4 .t They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, kind about*,a scientific this work.publication It precisely,containing, what information its title Indicate as heretofore, to"contribute to its pages dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, ald.1

1;: a' .: Hides, and other produce of the country at the of great value married people,or those contemplating .'. the proprietors have engaged,as an associate complaint and dysentery one was only 15 fidence ; but after ) 1.
: 1.::. highest Market rates, and make cash advances marriage,expressed in plain language which all I EditorProfessor John.S. Hart, .of Phi1ar.1tlphia. -, months old and the other 3years. They were found my appetite
.';' ;' I on consignments to their friends in Savannah can understand, The whole story ia told and the i ; very muck reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed,
!t.::1 ;., and Charleston, or New York. means" of accomplishing the objects of the work fully It is confidently believed that the patrons of I die; they were given up by iwo respectable commend the use of it ,
.:). ...' They have a.new article of Wrought Iron and faithfully given 10 that the reader may avail himself the. Magazine will find signs of improvement, : physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted.as I have
of it at ence, without purchasing medicine as well as Its external is.I
* any change. .
1 Ploughs to which they would respectfully call appearance we must lose them, we resolved to try
other your
> instrument, or article from the author. Them For. evidence
of this the reader
,' the attention of Planters.Jacksonville .n. of protection which it recommends also improved. i Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchas ihelrrwr"f
': may need for himself.
'...'t&.:.. ...:..' Nov. 6, 1848. tf .relied upon without fear of disappointment in'ury. only look the In the pictorial little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pen that hide the
a., ,.' l department, Magazine may now fearlessly that is worthless: but we are very the written signature
: \:;; NOTICE TO SETTLERS : Beware of Frauds, on this JV"k.I challenge a comparison with any of its rivals.In thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office.
:. I Beware of a catch penny fraud upon this work,at respect to the LITIKAKT character of the the lives_of both. .1 write this that others may N. Y.; Beddiig k'co. &
:-1'0', .,,, Under Armed Occupation Act." 25 cents, which is only aiecoy to promote the sale I Magazine, it.will be the earnest endeavor of all be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 North :
t':. Mauriceau's or Desomeax'a instrument at $10, fr i concerned in its publication, to secure.for it JOHN ;
WILSON Jr. ,S. Hance
;M UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United the lame. object that the work itself pretends be the contributions of the best writers that the ; druggist,
>44; Treasury, &c., will attend at the Written the real secret ofrny original work being I country affords. The proprietors have already Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847.' Richmond; P. M.
; withheld. Those who wish for the LUNATIC A &co. 151 Chartres-9t.
and YSL UiI.
'l .: ". following places, on the days specified below,to original genuine entered into arrangements for articles from
,, I work, by Dr. WeisselhofT. with private notes r James of.the Assistants Pearl:t.Albany B.
..:( # take and receive proofs, by depositions before almost every writer of distinction in the United Cummings Esq. one ;
: added his hind, obtain it
: by own can only by sending in the Lunatic 1ackwelfelsland.is Market and
/. : in relation to the settlement and Ayslum, the -
" ; : him occupation directly to him as he employs no Agents whatever, States, of which they'offer what they claim to .
of in the principal Drrtggists
. : of all who obtained permits under '' gentleman spoken following letter:
: :I" persons and never sells the work at wholesale-therefore no be a very respectable fin t fruits/ in the present
j:; f I the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to provide Book Agent Pedlar Postmaster or Bookseller can number. .. RIlE UMA TlSM. throughout the Uni '
.:'; r: for the Armed Occupation and Settlement possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, there. AN ORIGINAL NOVEL.A This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. ,Ji,
? : .( of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida fame,of false copies and imitations,which may not ony ., of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla -
::'; 1 be worthless but All special feature for the present volume will has .February 1818.
,;r.{ ,.' approved August 4th, 1842, and who were dangerous infringements of cured-The moat severe and ,
:1 t' occupants under that Act and the Act amendatory the copyright are promptly prosecuted; and cheats I be the publication of an Original Novel, the, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary :
;: will only sell altered or abridged copies. This is the manuscript of which has been purchased for virtues
: thereof June 15th 1844 and
. 't;. :' approved only original and true work-no other can be genuine I the The SiD
publication of this novel
i purpose. BLACKWELL'S ISLAND 14 1847.
, ; who actually occupied or settled under said thousands of copies have been sent by mail with Sept. '
;1."7." Acts, and did not voluntarily relinquish and perfect safety. will commence in the third number, and will in DR. Towj SEND--3 ar Sir: I have suffered

,.. .' : abandon the same; but continued to reside on 03" Copies ofthis work will be sent in a close envelope no case be extended into the succeeding year, even 'terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; \
;'1'. .I said frontier South of the line dividing Town- ,at single letter postage,te any part of the United though a large number of extra pages have to considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor Subscriber
f 1i : ehips numbers nine and ten, South and East ofthe States, for$1 sent post paid to be printed to bring it to a conclusion before work; I had the most distressing pains, and THE fitted upas
:;-S. -." base line specified in said Act of 1642, DR. R. \. WEISSELHOFF, the close of the_ volume. my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used Bar Room, the !

)..?. -, thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Acts, Box 2710, New York City. 1* re four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have ned by Government, .
, ia u III Ii
" .J :;: viz I- PUBLICATION Orrizc, 338 Broadway, New done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Lancaster. He has
"I'. : At Newnansville, Alachua County, on Thursday York City. The following splendid Engravings, suitablefor good-I am so much better. Indeed 1 am Bowling Alley, c
.4f, ,;t. 12th October, 10 days. Jsa.If 1849. tm I'arlor Ornaments, have been engraved at entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use ment, and. at preseatr
tt;':: At Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d an expense of more than $1000 and are offeredas this for the benefit of the afflicted., yule, wWch 'will be
: A. M. REED Premiums in connection with the .
bfi a October, 10 days. Magazine.The 'Yours, respectfully JAMES CUMM1NGS. day next, the 23d ;
t ( price of either picture Is of itself$3. COULD NOT WALK. t.A
; At )licanopy Alachua County In Thursday great troubleand
hand ,
) constantly on a assorted I
2d November, 2 days. HAS ofGroceries A large rrll le-length Portrait of Gen. Z. Taylor,p That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very of healthy recreation

At.St Augustine, St. John's County on Thun- Represented resting on his war horse, Old best remedy for female complaints there is will be rewarded}

I fefc. day, 9th November, 10 days. Provisions, Dry Goods, Whitey. Engraved on steel, in Mezzotinto, by'J. no disputing ; thousands and thousands of JOHN .CLARK will :

!...l!. At St Lucle County, on Monday, 27th November Hardware Crockery &c. viz Sartain,' from Daguerreotypes taken from I weak and debilitated females that were prostrated choicest LIQUORS
':" 10 days. ; life expressly for this plate. Size ot the work by those diseases to which females are and he feels confid

1: At Mellonville Orange County, en Thursday Superfine Flour,in bbls and M bbls ; exclusive of the margin, 24 by.16 inches. subject were soon in the enjoyment. of robust found with him in.this

.?..'I,. 14th December, 10 days. Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers ; Group Portraits of the Washington Family health.
:'J; ; i. At Ocala, Marion County, on Monday 1st Jtn- n"ms Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; Including Gen. Washington,Lady Washington, New'YORK, Sept. 23. 1847. JaeklOnT Up,, :
.,'. ..i'J. : nary, 10 days. Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; Eleanor Parke Custis, George Washington DR.TOWNSEXD-Dear-Sir: My wife has for I

:) .;,1.:1 1 At Chocochattie, Benton County, on Monday,, Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, Parke Custis, .and Washington's favorite Ser. the last year been very:sick, and in a greatly CALCINED dacU
15th Jdnuary, 10 days.At Irish Potatoes; vant. Engraved in Mezzotinto, on steel, by J. reduced state of health being reduced by. a.
Tampa Hillsborough County, en Monday, Sperm Oil, Candles; Sartain, from the original, by Savage. Size,p variety of complaints such as females are liableto F COGGINS & '
30th January, 10 days. Green and Black Tea, Rio and Jata Coffee; exclusive of margin,24 by 16 inches. ;" she"got so bad at length that she was entire :e tinue to m

, At Key West,Monroe County In Monday 14th Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; Remember, our Premiums are not from old I, lyunable to walk,and was as helpless as a child; PLASTER of the : ]
:; -- February, 10 days.At Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised itorn out Magazine plates, not worth the postage she.commenced using your Sarsaparilla and that can.be produced, .

Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March,.10 Sugar on their transmission, as is the case with she immediately began to regain her strength, cash per barn,
Ii days. Brandy, Rum, Gin Whiskey, Alcohol,. Turpentine the offers of some others. The Proprietors of. her complaints left her, and. after taking several -' shipping conditition. I
All cases presented will be examined and L ; Sartaiu's Union Magazine intend in all instances bottles'she is restored. Being a singular: ALSO,.

,. reported on, and persons interested are requested London Porter,Port Madeira, and Champagne when a promise is made, to produce; something case I thought it might do good,to'publish,it.-, and ,LAND, ,
!,t to have their permits, depositions and witnesses Wine; of real merit, and value. She used. a number..of'remedies that done her .Direct'orders to-the ,
i. 'pf ready, and be prepared to prove their Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &. TERMS: no good previously r 4 Yours, respectfully,' p hia; "x>r to- JOliN. '* h ,

:.i.." eases fully, conformity with the printed instructions A Complete Assortment, of Dry Goods One copy of the Magazine, and one of the JQHN..MIJLLEN,.. .7\NorfolksiTO kins.. .:; t>

.;(J... forwarded each claimant. Calicos, Ginghams Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta. Premiums, ', $3 OTwo ,
Ribbons ; 'THE" '- Oet; l'l84S.. J. :
I l'- HUGH ARCHER, ; copiesof Magazine, and one of" LADIES' ,
.J't'!i\u-.'.; Agent United States Treasury. i Sheetings and Shirting(bleach'd and unblea h'd'I; the Premiums, 5 00. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.
'Wc h Octt U, (. nl i ir Irish Xinen Diaper, Bishops and.Long Lawn; Five copies of the Magazine and one of DIt.TOwNS N >'s SARsXPAkittA'a:sovereign .' Q.HA.RLES :
,. r- b Cambrics., Jaconet. Swiss and.erass bar Muslins-. the Premiums and a ofth jJa
u* ; Gloves ) ; copy Magazine and.speedy cure for incipient consumption; aid :
'. Land for Sale. Hosiery, Hdkfs, Suspenders; extra to the Agent,. :., '.." .1000 for the .
general prostration.qf ty4ekne
: a..'; We offer for sale two tracts tf Land Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg Single copies,,. _f* ? '-.., ", -* t S5cts.f ;. matter whether i-esultof inherent .cause- n-'g lxs in any
..t.Fft-t one of which Wino white and brown Linen DrilL for The must t and re8ptCtul1y so1i
was purchased from Jno. M pants' | money accompany each ord r.' or aiises, produced by'llmgularity; illness
( '.r: JJowden situated on Lake George, and consist &. &C.. &0 No letters taken from thelostoffice: unless.the' accident .J w ifc&vs -*> ,"V ". "* \ .JacksonTille. May 6, :! ,

lat t': of three hundred and fifty acres, more or less I, Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,,in. sttel, postage is paid. Nothing can be more surprising ihan.its invigorating WM. '

pine, land, hammock, with largt orang* and whale bone frames; Address JOHN SARTAIN & CO. effects TonTthe.Auman;frame Per-, ".> ,S.j ; .
"ife.f:1 grove The other purchased from William Hardware.;fr'Cutfery-Knives,'Scissors, Raxors t Third Street, opposite Merchants'-Exchange. : *. sa&s.afl weakness and .lassitude,' rom.taking it *- FACTOR- AND : : I
, n :?;.f(: Gardiner situated near the above mentioned Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons. ._De .16, 1848.* *' 'Philadelphia. at once become(robust and full of energy under .
t.: tract on the St. John's River, and consists j It! Tea,Trays; ., its inflnence.1' .It..in1 ealatelr'cpnnteracti ihenervelessnessf 4. -. 't :
,' a ;: two hundred and fifty. acres, more or less,-tfc] Collins Axes: Hammers, Hatchets,Saws;* Levy County Tax Collector's Sale of the-,female frame,wHchJs'the .BZ rZ B NCU- "
f. ., and pine land. Carriage Wrenches, Halter 'Chains Pots,'Ket.. be sold OAthVlst Monday,of .. '* onvilIeEJ.
vA WILL !;April L great'cause,of.:u--u. n_!*..? : &., : ,.. ; .QeTtc. }
-The above lands will be offered ties, &c. &c.} 1849, between the hours ? Furman '
for sal at .of 10and' Tt."i1T not" x1\@ctet\otU&.lD. Es-j
'q .
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, PttHic Auction, at the Court Hoose few. Rifles- low priced-Powder Flasks. *' 2 clockjfthefollowing: Jotor t "lT1l"T1.ibfL :: M:' 1. tJ
Jaekion-, parcel of deU"A. a na rtfi catea 0 z cneirfnCd .lWIDore '. Wit. n, D.
yUle, oa the second Monday ia March, A.D A GaodAssojtmcntsf Crockery"tnut'lW Warer Lndconta3ningi6Oacnei,.or.as.much thereof, I but.-*e'cm aase ihe'fDi ted that .'F.bru, y' '.11S48 J :
* 'ii 1849. TUOs. i. JONES. Boot?fa S wrrMen's,W6men'fl'and Children's as will satisfy the;tax-;due for the year 1849 L hnjdsofcds s'Mvebeenreport d.t u'I > "
: t. JNO.a8AMMis ''Bootsand Shoes, ofUJtlnds./ / : "..: '-.:: including all costs And charge .,. Said lands are !I 4DJU..Tm ED:.I Myawifebeinggreatlytdis-; 1 'f" 'j j ,

tL!"!: Jacksonville, Kt v. Uh, 1648. 4* .Tariety of Fan, 4sPertumery. Mew L situe l6nthe?WakaassaSw'1( Ntjob, tre'. h..w kDen.and. CPtl1.-M1 ''debillhP .and r .t jPERSO S' i4
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-.-. ---- ln s'& r '1 .. 1lS.T.12i&' 6; d.aih"tbe1oDg1.g.1$ Bd' ad 'Ttl.cont> ': 'D t.J, 01 'Wlw'.- : ;r/t_M.)1b !' *
i' -* l&C nT '16,1$48. 'J .t. mund Schrivera.nou-resideutof tf tf 'Ju&I' q'oiiI:
) CORDIALS, &e.--Ma.raachlno Curac'&o, % ---J-J-, 1\11' ihisBUtv d 1,. eaWh .nnrYl4deceMed,
f l I : Lemon Syrup j TOO ,CurniDU 'Preserved, ',ThefaboTe'Jai1daJ1rlll b iold.. th.i,Co irt: ha 'de"- Iti
a ; Ginger; freshSalitaon 'fi $ :J"f uperi i qualitr for"1f"'b ;.. i heangItrecomwen.dedforjsuch cases as I hate:. ev w
l *an J 1 Lobster in cases Sardines; Olives. Ca;: ;.". t.., .' >"' _'H",,. tt'.1 ''!,'''.'."EED, EOnss otJ Y1ecn lt1j At..th'.Hd, ot r: dsir ,mJ,9dPd; a .J1e. 'o Jl1tIq,7pR !tatwifl xender.them.
.-Alidre1t'l IthenticatecL'as
'per Currant : 'thVla'tr
Jelly, :Ulackberry 'Jamj'Jojube I ; :'ft ti : ot \l .
;I f PAste*Refined Liquorice,&& for sale by ONDONLPORTE14Xp. SOOTCH. 'Ati i 3HW? 'i GE9BGB:1L-TaESPEB."lk\. I aniesrin $bO peiiozzemoyed1iercom.)1athts"a4 .; .'t iwb pl d. bf :
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