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: February 3, 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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_anUar per sqnire,oftwel each inbseToearIy vo X.J iACKN7ILLEjATVHDAY ,'MO11YfING. fEBRARY3 1$49.T ligatio 'script,' or,evidence of debt.said Territory r-' .
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D.. d'ertia BY :.mUQ.Rljf.'f 4. the .same n necessary.for the'protection.bf.:com. theiaws': arid"proceedings of tfie legisTativef ifcsembly : certificates for services to'said Terrltffi ;T :' .
and,all Q1aJ or,any law orlar '< ., ..
be made. for before in : merce, after!causing ft full: examination.to; be hereinafter cbnstitlited/and iairthe acts .t nt.wlth 1.1I.:. :. .
be paa b6pt'WODsoCtl1aaMc' shall be'titterlrnullarid.fpidj'and
dTertiaemeDti m11lt ..lntion. the made, twelve'thousand dollarsI'J; arid proceedirigs'of the-governor In"l1is'ex i -
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Inlels 7AP-1 ustomt'r. 'B1'rererrin ascertainedg.1usmkted ,8 Mi.n .f tilt Thidltolb.-r"" .... T _. .. IN WISCONSIN.,, ? ; .' ,. ;. tire department' shall transmit ptfe'copy:o f qu l iii'ziiitdrni .and'nq,'distinctioii:1Wr. "f,7 .
th 'ieqailtte sum may be ; For light-house' to guide,.vessels through1the Ihe laws and. journals tb.erlegislative'assem. | '
jf r1ns 'passage"from'lake Green tly, within >n. the assessniiEnis betweendIffexit' ; 'fi .
with the advertisementmarked [PUBLtC-N0.9S.1, ; Michigan to lay thirty'days; o.fter'tk end of'each kinds of '-
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the numbe : called Porte dn Mort, three thousand five him.' sessionj'a&d'one; 'copy-of- the'etecritive property ,.
'(1 d rrtise.mentl not with AN! ACT making appropriations' ,'li t-hou- dred dollars. > :.- & "- and official correspOiyJence.. semiaririually'on ;proceeddings 'fording: to the value the; ot. To.loI4 ida; ,: '. .
will continued until forbid ses light-boats, buoys, &c, and providing prorinueniaiwJdh ,;.
\. reqaired. ; .For light-house at ,Fort three thesfirst mayrsnlt fmitie :
rti'l\1 a Washington r
fjr. the erection and establishment of the. eaca ttixirig'Iuon\anUi; am. ac' s1ic1J }"'.II {!
barged ror. thousand five hundred dollars;'; -- *' 'iF ; year, io the President of thUnit. (States'arid' :. .
will be charged for all s.nnounce'0fandidates 8 1ne. For on -the' at two aTe..no pnpe. -l'tl"-'h'"threnry i
r. a 'bug-light 'goT rnment-pier.; /copteiof the laws'to; theTresiderit of tie *
": rr' for office., ..tie it enacted iy.the Senate and House ofRepresyttdives Milwaukee,five hundred dollars., Senate arid to the Speakerbf the:Hbus6* f Ret 1 WshallembracebuT6ne'obj," ,'ttd' that" ." L r**- )
Six Months, '10. 00 of the United States'*of 'Anerica inCotgress IN .MICHIGAN. reaentatiTe''-for the use ofCongreS8. ',And incase be' expressed in the titled j

ae aquare,for and Creditora t f 00 assembled. That the following.appropriitions -- For twelve buoys to be placed on the St.Clair 'of the:death,;removal, resignation,' or ab Ssc. .;;Adkt fm-thir ;enact4 Thu:. ; : :
to DebtOr be and the same are hereby made tonsbip! drstricand county officer, not "; :
Jot Administration 5 00will fiats, in St. Clair river-.eight hundred dollars. sence'of tgyerjjor'frOnjjh Territory;;the ': :
Application for Letters and directel to be paid out of 'any* money in For two beaco ,light-houses on Detroit river, Secretary shall be and he'is hereby;'iirithorized' in'qtheirwise. pronded'J9 ,) alrbe 'appoI ;. 3ei .:
noticel will be inserted &ratoi.u" the not otherwise appropriate d"to,enable and the other and or irisuci'lrianBer as shall be provide i:>c ..:"
AU religiouS treasury one near Manajuda, on or near requiredto:: execute 'and p erfdpa"'alltfie' '
It. .. .. Secretary of the Treasury to rr1.the Grass island, or at such place as may be decided'upon powers.and duties of the governor"duringsuchvacancy : '. by; the legislative asaesably the.- 3errtory;"f4.'"? I
personal eommnrdcadons pfoTisions this act into.effect Pwufof, the Fifth Auditor 'after .regon.'f. ,;.;
Aladmissable 1 by a survey, seven .or absence; or. until another
1' governor SEC; 8.. 'it l "
'En ctEd
Andty TbatDI
farther '
..aerti5flmenta.tCT however, if a. good title, to..any land wMchii thousand dollars wv r .&- shall. ulyappcintednd'jualified, to fill ilP "
,earg Job Printing, mu 'be paid on the may be necessary to use caanot be obtained on IN NEW:JERSEY.' fl i such vacancy.. }.r *; ,- ? tr SIUf the legislative" .assembly shall hold :

AUbi\\a ror reasonable terms, or the'exclusive right to such' 'For providing surf.boatsrock, isi carronades, SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the legislative .Been or Tbe appoiriteTto: y3n1ftfi htchTBh.!rff J":'' :'
work. increased
heliras'dmember. _
eliverl 01(the laud cannot be acquiredby cession,. where the and other for the better arid' dunHj J
must be addreued to necessary | power authority of said T m .
the terra for which he elected :
"All commI2rnCafnS postage 1'414. interest of the United States demand it,.before preservation of life and -'p pert1\trom shipwreck ritory,shall be Tested in a ..legislative 11\]\ r'the' eipirationTofsu'cb:was ;arid'ffcttfl term b |; ,,-:, ,:,,; <
c. rrLurT. would law fall into the year l, ,
I1Gl1lTUS the appropriation on the coast of New Jerse between. Tie legislative assembly shall consist of a council this: shall t.bi 'M t,
fund -in and all such,cases the ap Hook and'Little ten thou .and restriction C : appliabltdmtt. '
surplus any Sandy Egg Harbori House of Represe tatives. The council
bers of the first 'Jpwl :
spENCER & BAKER, propriations shall be applicable to, the objects sand dollars ; the same to be expended :under shall consist of nine.members, having the qual.', | legislative commission assembly; iud ; .. .. :
holding a appo1ntmeauudet&United.State ; '
for which they are' made at' any time within the supervision of such officer as iiay be detached ifications.of voters as hereinafter prescribed person: ; : orJ r,"', 1
at ILato shall be aesfibef'filthe < .
S'ttorntAl two years after the first meeting of the legisla. for this duty by the. Secretary the whose term 'of service 'shall 'continue 'three< & J
legislative shall holjj
J ck..nvillr, Fla. ture, subsequent to the passage of this act in Treasnry. years. Immediately 'after:they shall be assembled : .under tfie government assembly of, or said T.erriiory any.,. ,oiwf/X 5. 'J''.
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State wherein such land lays to wit: rSEci 2. ,And be fyat ifthe -; \ i
any any further enacted, in consequence of the first election,,they 'SEC 9J ;4W be it father enacted Thai th'J"'r.; ..,: ,
S. SPKICCKR. :. in Fifth Auditor shall report, in any 0/ the cases shall bedivided, as equallYu'may be into.three dicial p.wer of said ,Territory shall bejesteix ;01 .
a McRoww BAKKR MAINE.For herein provided for, that preliminary surveys classes. The s ates of the'members council sukeme : : ;
in a court 'district -courts probMii"courts < '- ti
1&1a,,49. .11 I a. fop bell at light-house on Pond isr are necessary to determine the site if a proposed of the first class shall be'&c teat the'expiration /.4ndiujust1cesorthepeace., (Thewfpfeme / ::. ., 1 !.
land mouth of Kenuebec river, seven hundred light-house or' light-boat or tc ascertain of : the 'class the .
i, : jjirst yearv second at experatfon :court shall corisisi of a chief.j stiees. : ; )
8 1D.PRekei Line and fifty dollars. more folly'what the public exigenc demands, of.escondyear; and ofthe thirdclass at.the fciae
.Werklv 17.L two asS justicVs) jiny two ofhon sba11 .". )
For buoys and beacons. in Casco bay, one the Secretary of the Navy shall the upon'appoint expiration of the third year so'that one.third constitute a quorum arid who'shall hold sserm. J, .,:' !.,:' .' I
thousand dollars. cjie Or more officers of the navy pOssessing be chosen and if I ,
I t J ; may every year; vacancies. happen t at he siat of government of said_Territorynualljr r / 'RI
,ETWJCEN. _ IN MASSACHUSETTS.For the requisite skill and experie e, to per- by resignation.otherwise, the same shall I ,and they shall hold their offices dorinj I .
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r. ". a light-house at the mouth of Parmet form the required service. 4? l be filled at the next ensuing election. The house the p'riodf four yearjs, and until/their.sno.cesor *.| ,'3 '
1VANNLPALATKA, FLA., river, in Truro, Cape Cod, three thousand five SEC.3.. :And be, it further ,enacted, That any ofrepresentatives shall, at its first session, consist L shall be' appointed and qualified .Tlrtf'; Ii

DYE WAY OP hundred dollars. officer appointed ,shalLforthwith e itef. upon 'of eighteen members,:possessing the same i, siildtetritory'shaU b'e'-divided intQ threeJadi*. "', : 'i" .
'It, For a light-house and keeper's house at San- the discharge of the.du afte fully as- qualifications as prescribed for'members of the "
iaIE 3f, BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS, GEO. ; 1i'and, cial di4rictsand a district! curt shall.be beld- 'fi" 7 :
J1CE>ONTVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND katy head. Nantucket. twelve thousand dollars. certaining the facts,. first whetherthe council, and whose term''of ervice'shaU con- in ea6hof Siud districts by on& of the jusJ&ei: Lt. "
pirOLATA FLORIDA.h For a small 'harbor light at Hyannis, two proposed'facility to' navigation' isfthe most tinue one year. The nnmbeofepieentativesmay of the kupremef court, at such times'and pbceft;; : a

with the Charleston Daily thousand dollars. suitable for the- exigency -which exits ; and, be increased by the legislative assembly as maybe .prescribe by !law.." and, the.s &d., '.-. if' ti ii
,I connection For a beacon light on Palmer's Island New second,where it should be placed if ibe interests -, from time to tithe, in. proportion to the increase judges 1hall.ane their : ,. .' j
the steamer dollars.'For appointments! fespeof: .
., lckt'ts at.Savannah
1 UTO-i'ALlUS.G-r from Palatka. Lake Bedford three thousand five hundred of commerce demand it; third, ifthe thing of qualified ers: 'Provided That'the lively Reside in the districts: ; whiph'shaltbeas-" 5,
''Jt\g a'light.house on Wing's JS'eck, Buzzard'sbay proposed be not the most suitable, whether it whole'numbershall never exceed' thirty.An .Y ..
mem. The
'. signed jurisdiction of the several
/r- t. S. M-sil from Pice3ata to :, f
St-iges .
thirty-five hundred dollars. is expedient to make other kind of improvement apportionment shall be' .
any made/as nearly equalas hWein '
'. .m.l iron Blick Creek, via.'..ew- courts provided for, ,both:appellatiaridi :
.yos'in \ and Col- I For a spar buoy at the mouth of Little Wood'sHole ; fourth, whether the proposed light has. practicable amo the several' conrities original and that of the probate courUaridotjustices '. >': '
-.: 'A''ii: .tor Mineral Springs ,
; : harbor; one on the westerly. parLor Mutton any connexion with other lights, <(nd if so, districts,.for the'election of the council arid re- <.if the peace, shall beasIimitedIw*; .>:
.. : .n Inte. U1.
: ;' -'J: shoal;' one on"the southwest point, and one whether Cannot be so located as subserve presentfitivesi giving each section of the Territory : Provided. That justices of.the ",shall not" .
peace :
,.;. C.ipt. McNelty.. on the northwest point Hawes shoal; one on both the gen r.al and local wants of |trade and representation in the ratio'of its qualified -' have'jurisdiction of any casein. which thtf title"" ." .';;'

4UiUSTONT, ('apt. John Ilebbard.MULUlE. the easterly point of Tom's shoal, in Muskeket navigation and, fifth, whether. there be any, voters as nearly as may be.' And the members to land shall in any wise come in question, ' MATTHEWS, Capt,'Nicholas King. channel; and three at the mouth of Parmet and, if any, what otheracts of importance .of the council and of the house of Representatives Where the debt or t11J age claimed'shall: z. >.,1., 11

Itae p:ictS leave Savannah every TUESDAY river, Triiro;five hundred, dollars; and the up-. touching the subject. \ shall reside in and"':be"inhabitants of ceed one hundred dollars: and the said>edi <,' ".. .3 n:
j .rrVDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and arts per buoy at Edgartown harbor to be removed SEC. 4.. And tc it further enacted that all,. the district, or county, or counties, which preme and' disrictconrsrespeCtiel'ah: i fl" 4 g.

rtPicohta in time for the Mail Stages to to the shoal point of Cape Poga. such reports shall, as speedily. as inay\be, be.. they may be elected respectively. Previous to possess chancery, as well, asT.common law,ja i.1 .. .
through to St. Augustine before night eve- IN RHODE ISLAND.For laid before the Secretary of the Treasury, and;I the first election, the governor shall cause risdiction. Each' district ,'tt'the. juagi'' "

$rhnred&y and Monday. dolphin on Long ,Bed, in Providence if such as to authorize the work.without' further i census or enumeration of the.inhabitant and thereof,shall appoint itt"clerkrw shall abo; .. r" i '.
I Returning leave Palatka every TUESDAY and river, ia lieu of the buoy now placed there, one legislation, he shall forthwith proceed qualified voters of the'several counties and districts be the register chancery,'amLshall keep kUT 5

turn Moastso, ,at 7 o'clock,touching as above hundred. and twenty dollars. with it; otherwise, such report shall be.liid before : of the.Territory to be taken;by'such persons office at the place where the:coajt may belieid. .'
For a spar buoy at each of the following Congress at the next ensuing session.; but ; ; and in such mode,.as the.governor!shan. Writs of error, bills oCfexceptiony and*appeals- .
Jhey way.are both lore presscre boats, in complete places, M wit: off Plumb beach point; on :Manna in all cases where the Fifth. Auditor does not receive a .reasonable compensation- therefor shall.bo allowed in,all itases from,the.finii-Tifri. .rIp ; j '
rock on Flat rock and on Bill Dryers report such prelimiiauj examination as and the first election shall be held at such time .
l ranfl'handsomely' furnished in every rest : ; ; expedient : cisions of said:dzstric ? eonrta.to the wpreffiB-. ., .
commanded by gentlemen of wellva rock near Wickford, two hundred dollars. the provisions of this'act; shall without. and, places, and be conducted such are : '
; experience on. the route, and their pat- For two buoys and a spindle at-the mouth. oL delay be carried' into exec ti J. both as to the persons who1 shall superintend .sctibed. by law/ but in no case removed to the; -. 9 ..
I ,n are asswred that every attention will bed Paweatuck river, two hundred dollars. SEC 5. AnST'Be 'if f ,fiirtfit-ctett Tnatth such-elect "-and*the returns...thereof "as the supreme,court.shall trial by jury:be Allowed ii> /. : j
IN CONNECTICUT.For sum of six thousand dollars be, and the same is shall appoint and direct arid he shall :. :
to the safety aad comfort of passengers governor ; said court The supreme court or the justices .,--'-- i" .
:i to the careful handling of" .. a light-boat to be placed on Eel Grass hereby, appropriated out of any'money in the at.the same time declare the number of members thereof, shall appoint its own clerk and every,.. t :
AGENTS: ,shoal, in Fisher's island sound, five thousand treasury not otherwise appropriated to of the Council and house of representatives clerk shall hold his office at the pleasure of the I ,

rooks fc Tapper, .fiavaanah. dollars.IN chase lenses and to fit up, under the direction to which each of the counties ,or districts shall court for'which he shall have been appointed_ 1 :

.DeLonne Darien. NEW YORK. of the Secretary of the Treasury, a lighthouseto le entitled under this:;act; and the governor Writs of error and appeals from the'final_decisions .. ,

ilex.: Scrankto. 'Brunswick, For three lamps on the Hudson river one make trial of Mr. Isherwood's plan of discriminating shall, by his proclamation, give at least sixty .of said supreme" court, shall.be ,all owed, (:jJ Jtl)

in Bessent, ...Marys. at the extreme part of West Point ; one at the one light from another, and of determining days previous notice of ,such appointment and may be taken to the ,Supreme Court.of the ,v j. ;
ernmdez &. bee Jacksonville. bend of the river,bout two miles north of Cat- the distance or-a vessel from a light, of the time, places, and mariner,holding such United States, in the same manner',and nnder.j. ..' ,: 4 l

Coy, Black Creek. skill landing, ou the west side of the river ; and if the said Secretary shall be 'of opinion that ele ion. The persons having the highest t.number the same regulations as. from'.the circuitOourt, *j '
uo-Cooley., Picolata one at Pryrne's hook, two miles north of the city the.discovery merit such a trial of its value.. of legal votes in each of a&:'council".districts of the.Umted. State where the value of, thee ." ';! ::1

'1R Reid &.Co", -' Palatka of Hudson, one hundred and fifty dollars. ROIiT. C. WINTHROP, for mejnbers 'of.the council shall be declared property or the'amount ,in\eontroyersy; to be .'it ?

i X. B.-Gocda consigned to the Agents for- For three spar buoys at the'mouth of'Port Speaker of the House of Represe futiTes..' by the-governor to be dnlj'l ted' to the. .the oath.or/affirmation. of,either J vascertained'by 4.1 ;
rirded free-f-f Cmmi !ion. Freights from Sa- Jefferson harbor, Long Island, one hundred and G. .l\L DALLAS' council;and,the persons' having the highest. party, or otb er competent'witries ,'shall exceed.. .i t

'rmb; and Charleston, and .all .wy freight i eighty dollars. Vice' President of the United 'States and number o'flegalTotes for the houle'oCrepres li- two thousand dollars;!;and..In. all;"cases 'where ? .I
Wile shippers. For eight spar-- buoys to guide vessels into 'President of the,Senate. tatives!shall,be declared,by"the governor to' be constitution btthouitedtat, or,acts of. ; iH
f ptemba:30, 1$4S. ly Niagara river from lake'Erie and into Black. Approved August 14, 1848. duly elected members ors ud. house:;.Provided,,' Congresa;.qr'a'treaty 'of. the'.UniteaStatoiibrought : ,' .4 -i1
four hundred dollars. JAMES K. POLK. That in case two or more personsvoted for shall' '' -
Rock harlor, : m'quesiion, ,and each; of* said ms g ." t ,
DLJDICtLNOTIVE.KS. For a'lighuhouse upon the'' North Brother, ,0. have an equal number of votes, and 'in case a triet courts'shall have,and .cxerelse'. thanfmft :-:" ; f !
*' \HLSON and \".ANVYC&.late Proof near Hurl Gate, East river, if a title to the site [PUBLIC-No. 99.] ": vacancy shall ther"ise'oc'c urln either branch jurisdiction in,:alT*cases arising under,the.con-i',5 i "l

!) tww Surgery in the Franklin Medi- can be obtained upon satisfactory. terms. ten AN ACT. to establish the Territorial govern of the legislative" assemblythegO'veinors'hall'order sUtutionfthelTnited. States,'and'the Ja'Wa. alCollege Philadelphia.) have farmed a co- thousand dollars. 1 ment of Oregon. .' a new/election, arid" the persons thus'elected -, .said'Territory, ..as is vested m the.circuit, and 4 t ". I Idistrict"
IN PENNSYLVANIA Be it enacted by the Senate and Housejf to the''' shall'ineet at of {
rtner&ip for. the practice of MEDICINE and XUp- legislative assembly, courts the Un'ited StatesTTrrilsofwf.error J
tRGEEY and for the INSTRUCTION OF For a light-house on the stone pier in the resentatives of the United States of.Amsrica in such place,'arid on 'such.day, within ninety; and appealfln all guch'cases Shall be made -'" 1

JDICAL STUDENTS. river Delaware, near FortMifHin, five thousand Congrexs assembled, That from and"'after 'the days after sueh elections,'a?'the governor shall to the :supreme: court 'of said .T 4t9";, thffi.. r .' !4

Patitets from a dUtance can be veil accom- dollars. passage,of this act all that part of the.Territo. appoint.but; ; thereafter-the :timej;'plac%'arid, sanies'in'othercascs. Writsjpf error and tpf j .
iodged and reasonable terms either at thefdior IN MARYLAND.For ry of the United States which lies west ofthe manner of holding and conducting elections peals from' the final 'decisions of said supreme'i' 11

Private on Boarding Houses, of the city, light-house on BlackstoneV island, Po Rocky Mountains, north of the forty-second degree by the people. 'and the apportioning1 the representation > 'court. :shall. beallowed; and'maybe taken to,the'/: r

1 1 eaa receive from the Subscribers such Moop1 tomac river, three thousand five hundred. dol-, of north latitude, known as,the Territory in the several counties or districts'to Supreme.Court .ot-the United States,.in the / '.. 1 t,

lwd Surgical attention as their cases may lars. of Oregon, shall be organized into and constitute the counciland, house, TepfesentattvesY"accor. same mariner as from the Circuit courts of tha/ t
,lU1ff. For a spar buoy in Potomac river, above Ro- a temporary government' by the name of ding to the number of qualified:voters, shall'be United,States,'where'. h 'value of the propertjfj H

1 A lifted number of OFFICE STUDENTS'ill z ers Bluff, on Maryland sides between Alexandria the Territory.of Oregon : Provided That noth- .' prescribed by law; as well'asthe"daypf; the .o.r"t 'amount m controversy!8hallexceed tiro> .. ., '
be weeded who will be supplied with and Fort Washington, fifty dollars ing in this act contained shall be construed to commencement of the regular .sessions 'of the' thousand. : dollarsand. each, of/saul., district 4 t'

Ilooki Plate Anatomical, and other Preparu.kstill For five spar buoys to be placed on the Great iiripair the rights of person or property now'! legislative assembly': .Pro tided, ;Thatno session -, courts shairhayearid ;exercise.tlie same juris J; .w

be, regularly examined in the pro- shoal, in Wicornico river, two hundred and fifty pertaining to the Indians in:eaid Territory so'I in s any.one,year shall,succeed the term.of diction'in all'cases'arising under the: cqnstita; B

1es8 of their studies according to the modePrR&t long as such rights shall remaiiI'uncxtingnished -. 'sixty days,'except the.first session, ,- which shall bon and laws of the United. States, as is .vested'in .
dollars.IN VIRGINIA. between the United States and.not hundred the circuit : ,
in the I Northern cities-will be by treaty be prolonged beyond one days. and-district courts of the Ut te4 it :
tsghtto> compound large and dispense Medicines For two light-houses on .Sand Shoal island, such Indians,.or .to effect the authority of the 1 -SEC. SsAnd: jttr.t"Mrenaeted.' That every Stat 63,*arid also of all cases.arising>'under,'thi": :. U
Infill instructed in tie minor day to be placed so as to guide vessels in the best government of the United States to:make,any white.male inhabitant above/the age of twentyone -; laws of .eB:1 Territory! ,.alod otherwise.3"Th'8 *

Ici!:of tie 8ugeon-Bleeding Cupping every Ban. and safest manner into Sand Shoal inlet, or to regulations respecting such Indians lands, I <,yearwhOiShallL havenbeen.f resident of said cle'rk>8haltreceive.vin; : all.such/casea, ,:tiitfsame :: '. '" .

gin &. be placed so as to guide vessels .into. Matcha- property or other rights, by.treaty, oV other-: said Territory at the time-of: .the passage of this' .fees-which theblerksof district courtf5': ': Jj

.Perhap no Private Office in American pungo inlet, ten thousand dollars. wise, which it would have been competent act;.and shalL POSSeSS qualifications herein*, of the;Ja e'WisconsinTemtbiyrrec; lTed" ;I.fo : ', i i
aj will afford of any and IN NORTH CAROLINA. the government tomake, If this act had never after.prescribed-shall; be entitled to vote at the similar,services.. : ,- 191 .
F'ed remedies a,greater variety practical new ap.fa- For beacon light on the upper jettee, Cape passed,: ?And provided,. al&, That the title to first,election,p and j shalLbe, eligible to1: anyof- Sec'10.- -i4n4 be'itfurthereirac4- i.- Thatth. .
.,: or present more thousand five hundred dol the land not exceeding.six hundred and forty; fice within.theaid Territory ;but the"qualifications -:
U.tI for atudents. Fear river, three shall be appointed an sttOruey,,for.IaI .terxflr; ';, 11 i
In tollntt with this it lars. acres,not ,occupied as missionary 'stations & .of voters ,and. of"holding ofiice,;at allubsequeri'tfelections .ry"bo'sh'allconhnUA .In JbfiiCd fortour.llNllYf.' ,

.it tlt'Oper to lta1e that as soon department as possible, ,may ab For a beacon.tight on Campbell's island, same mongthe Indian tribes in : Territory, together shall be.such as shall beprjscribed.by'the and until 'his 1intecJaactt '" .

atI to e reception ot both Medical and river, three thousand fin hundled dollars.. with the improvements thereon, confirmed legislative_assemblyProyi t qualified;unldsa!,sooirer! removed. by,the Presl ;s I]
f!'thC'4I.P.tlf'U.ts will opened when students : For a beacon light at Orion's point,same' river and established in the several religious dcd J ;That the'-right suffrage an /: holding dent, and who shaU receit e'thevSamefftes aad.+ 1I

opportunity practically, studying three thousand five hundred dollars. societies to which said missionary:stations respectively office shall.be, exercised only by', .citizens ot'the.t.ii"ed /_ I salary'as'were';provided by;jlaw-foV.: the attor 7 iJey'oC

sa J. T. J. WILSON M. D. !. For,a lightiboat at'the Horse Shoe, same river belong: And.provided,furthert,,.Thatnothing : States, t.above,,the:-age ",twenty-one the:llnite&Statesfor,the.laeemtory i A:;, ; f
11 C. C. VAN WTCk. M. D. between the New inlet arid.Prince's. 'creek, in*this act contained shall be construedto years, and those:a o!e that age who.shall have; Wisconsin.. "ThereahaUaisobe.s1'gg ;

I! 4UQeAug.5 1848: 6m1ONROEHOUSE ten thousand dollars... .-. ,inhibit Ibe'government of the:United States c clare ;;'onoath: ,;their:;ntentioncto'ibecoine. for the TerrUoj.fop< '.who shall ho1c1.J 'c; .
For two beacon'lights placed in the best manner from divitUngsaict.Territoy.totq or.more iiohj and .shallhave: ,-taken an oatk support oojce fofouryOars'andiuntil; 'hS-"ricct. '. i
.at Price's creek,'same,rirer,' six thousand Territories such manner and at'jsuch times the,constitution th6hilted; .States. and the .shall be appointed.i uA6funt s IOgW e. '

dollars. ,*. ... .* r: as Congress' shall deem convenient.and proper,' provisions .of this. ,:-act t .4? proidedfurhc: \ ,. removed' .byf the Pre idenVarid";who'shall.eke*' .
'" HW MOX10E, FLORIDA. For two light-houses placed in the bestmin. .or from attaching any,portion of said.Territory That no officer 8dieYl8eariui ;jQr maririeyQrother cute. 'all'prttcesies issninrfromwhea the'l4 .

." Tmt 'acw building is now being fitted net upon the' st'ch.nnel'the' same rirer,' te':any'.Other" 'State" or Temtory'f the United" person in the ar ay;orvnglvy.oC heUn\ted- .exerching' ;their'.'JurisdI tio1r \='". ..... ;
'?? for the .fiscojamodation of those who and a keeper's.house;onjOak islandnine, thousand : States. 1 ;, "- < ,<* 't$ a* &;".; States: shall be aBowed4ovote said..Territory -: a diiitiict;:; coartar'!:of_''-t1 'United f : t.

f7ttGll' Lake for the winter season. The dollars. "' < } .&o.,2. And be i*further: C ,That thVexecutive -, ,;by-i'Oasop.Ot'being,ori.service'therin,1unless I shall erfor'uithe'd, ut i, besnbj to'thiei" .ff ,

. 1I ]J'o mUe from the Enterprise For a buoy.on'the WeStern.b{nd'i> e ,, Oer'and authority !;and. bver'saidTerrit6rybf.0regonskall said -Territory' .is arid has.been for the p r- : regulationa land penalties,.,lox ,themaika 'of-.. "
.; ltM springs the same quality in at the i'ip9ft the point ofV0akIsland, same riT-. be.vested,ini'tfgoyernof iod of six.mQn b his P nnatient,domicil:: Pvidedjurther /( :the'district';,eourt eftbfe' United Staf .to1. "1 ". } .;

,:!. ..* post<>.e ls at QMJJi and 18 at er five hundred dollars. who ehall .holdhU;>fiice for..fouryeiriand ,:.'Th"ai jno persOn.,belopging tft th.earmy *resentIateJt ,TemtorT'. Or"'WisC. : ,, -
qud.ngot the steamer upon the Lake.1HV I : IN GEORGIA; !f' until his 'EuccesiOrb.all be appointed Sand or'navy" .of the Unitei.StatesshalUver'tbe, I a1l-i dditi6nj ,be paid two i Lunde4 dolIe':..' .
h *****pledge hinvelf thAt.no effort For a.Ught.boat..to be placed off .the,cknoU ualifieivmnlessBOoher'removed b1.t e' Presivent : elected to,-or hold'any! civU.ofiicer or, ;appointriientJn,8aidTerritory.jur4 .innuallsOr; s tiOu for itr oe- 10 .. ..

pared on his part thaj will conduce'io north of Tybee island .Svauuah, riT Ji; ten. I 3 of the United States. The.governor.shall *. "",..l':" vSl':. 'if B 'tf.1) .,ittbri'Jbefore thedThth&:: <

!nwrt of those who maJ'( vor him with lliousanddollari. "t1 *- { .** <' I reside *ithiiz' aId Territory;'ilialt'bVcommanrderinchief : SEC::'e. !.4 d itfttithtt tfia.cttt1 i ,,T lbUe : -im i' rcht-' t" jnsticeand iAWh .. l'j .
. Ptronage. 'VIROIC R. DUPONT : aivjcm/iMyfWt ,. ti i of:,the'(militia>,thereof'shall'perform 'islative" ? power> ';6f the.lemtory.-shaji cxfcenito us t':IV 'lott' .i..t wal'8 1..t.I-:1I..iDe4l.". ; .- .

YP County,Florida, October 20,.1848.. For the removal of the lighthouse on'Amelia' : the duties zand:receive' emoluments. of, ;r all rightfulsnbJectfiqgislitioo* oticOtS15 .ateda 1 ,ibind with't1J ; Tve au.f"MMiiK "/? .
: tt isand to'such other site'thereon lathe Secreta- superintendent'of Indian affair ;"he may grant tent:mth the eon ltW on and lawa.otth80-U! i.t oh:tie'Senate.iippoInt by'the: re 1det 6t tM. '!.

.. 3. I ; '1. pf,the' re ry: I 4eeni1bestsuited.t4the I pardons and?.respites.for'ioffeiwertgainst: ,4h flaws dO'Stat ';'b t nci.1a\f 1 Jl; .&'p E it t!J '.Umte48tates..,. The. 'governor; :nd e '" .i, ', > .
IV ot ice.SUBSClilBER. ii.igencies of commerce, :six f thousaj ud dotlarb. .; of said Territory' andreprieve3 for ff'en.iS fern1tthhIpniiiy'4isjI ?(thsol;noTs1a1lb <;le"; .epolntedas, at resaid. .'t."U'.befOre tJit"7''d ,'' "-.f '
TIlE has leased theO { : "%'; -.I., ; mnv&J :' 'agaiost:the laws'.the'United Sfates(until' ai. 1mpoi dlpn.tbe p.P r7.4)wUxited T uc. + .pe" hv.elft o :kf'. ',U'' thThar, M ". -

u e formerly tie uidby' Mr;Hatch on 'nT'ix, MISSISSIP.PJf; *r ?,1"' -. the dtcisiofl"of the ;'President!can I bianiftdeknown 81.-; noIbl1tb g.,}an4s Or other'PTO.- | the disn.ofthitpeacefi ct J :''J ".:.>
o' -
. y 'teet4 (known as liartfs old Boarding For'I a 'tight house on 'the ifett depf Ship thereon)':he shall comtnUsion al| officers lpertjoY/n9ri.resiient8b; : & :i (fliigli #;thAn, :. ; { ofITerriiiet <
J 1anti) >Unor prepared to accommodate island twelve'thouiand. 'dollars.}!, 1" /J ;. who ehallbVoppointed io office,under the laws th dI' other"-l: fi_LTM-.'(Sident ju.Statespfndiif 1 AlL yu 1!*Auth6mt'.'' dmli1i rii 't

: rth aay lee fit to patronize i1D,'and, astbt ," ,. INLQUISIANA; .... : .t ,,i .of.tW_ said-Wrritdry;whVre,.by'lawj stfcK1 m-,' fh ',1AP ie4 b <- $I.fii i; P 111i' .tpatioris by't'he UwV\nbw;',t.?,,, .h -ij-*, --

thm no pains will U.P! to en. 'lW/ft;t' g>MghXirt\Pn nTiU""oU. ;' 'Lake'. uilssions."ihaU$ requiredj a ) t ll1b bmUted .teogre53 f qttkeUnlt$; :.before chlerjaitce! or>TBeftsso6i$Uw: ', :
tnfort., A eommodioos stable is aU .B6efii.1 (1:3 d1i ';, ." .'i1". 'J. ." tl& lawa.tiOlD.ithru111".xecu ., t. .' ; rM' 'ij,.d; b.al& be'.uIai. l "T"QfMpff tice of'the. Kupre 'bo J'.f of;tieVnHed: Sttbi _:: -
.4 tbabl stmtD.t" ind>;ererT atten'beaid For alrh .boiLt '><.8hlriilhoaJ, near Drnier'. 1 ;: '% ; ; lrt 'it f'tt i aedzhi! ; ,there t".,!:.. Di7hatJlQtht1l.. Jn'.Ibis' _.' :to. :fcupport"t'hf constitutioff of the' United mL :< -: ..'.
'- to the horte8'of those thousand dollate'' ,sbaft8ecrtr7O sai4 Teitqry.who s1I, Mfhali: ,.nntfile"J.'f.ttr: .,.",. 1idor' :a d fatthfctiy.io .KarB e jt!' '''i: .
travel. Last isUna/fifUen .
cr ; ?r i ii -cjuSs iljvit.t.C'irtSll 'irt -'L. ? lf> ':. tljlnk propertostop: : with hint ,>F6TVrigfiit boat'iii -AldaHsienated ; j1t!d reside dieretn:aM hold hiiom.,o 'five years iate,--'J-r( ), 'U j: .K\iO 'Yith'.ba1(. ( ":. :
: AL ('IttCUON.t on-the.cltartj, draiir? .. ._l. 1 D1.dioo f d.bt1i, P'esiientotthM.,4ik : IJ o.wers'pjr y >'t':b QWjiiw ey4 n*.e,JP',-Meerritoryo ":lt: U.> .ha11bt ...'. 'i_1'?":: ::

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I .all::'secretiaiittunQng; tie.'exeetttire, pro eed. ,suits.process arid'proceediri iCl1ir I AR'A'Cfti/ he relief.tte'widows six 1t or. i '!t : i : 1h ;District of !q. J= ie J J.J __
fbn'ind the. .chief jostice and associatejustf; 'naL at law and in chancery,and all indictments' phans of tie officer*,seamen,:and.marines$ -- ti' etfltOfflceveaj1 ,

.. .! ;J f and another dtil cerllnB&1d TerritoryibefiffetK ; .and informations, wUcaf shall be pending and the brig-f-war:SoBaws. f :' v) ? *: I .Cohmbfa*Vi'iJ!< i i'! and SfC i "" :our--* aaouth i1,*, is"'ragged. ,by, } ,the.eecise .jg itte

,4 actuswckjahail take an oath or"sfBrmation : andetermined in the courts' established'.by anthorityofthe mereasti foundered: ; United. Stafd i brig6f.irarSomfers ; ,'t'!'j J,tiraation i 'that we"were, ntJ orn ini as a. lI1I clel1 :
Was 'sea. P5"f
t.t of Oregon at intheomngoffthe, : .
: : before th? aid goternor or ecretaTyTtir i provisional government VI?/ TJ*** 1
.some judge justice ofthe, peace of the within; the limits of said Territryyhen; )i arb rot Vera CruV ;Whllfteogaged under Ve.ry "i n;S thernStateJ people to', "* the f urht rv, !
t:1: ; "A
U7 ir' "erntory/Vho mu1le.: ull commissioned. and I thia act shalttati effect; shall be transferred tor hazardous circ'mnstances'in the"prosecutionof : Tie iad Aawih fli is :hut "I;theirjadiciap&ctri.tleraen- < -' -, *T
1 !r -attainedwhich >ud oath or affirmation, heard, tried,' secuted,.and determined in hostilities against,ant. eaiy.of this republic;, : orgvmenrt: ,M 'ot:. .
( ': ke cerdfied'and transmitted, by rthe shallth e district courts hereby established, which' Therefore \ -,' :< ani satisfactory means 'of 'arming,at .' .abovenancd.. b'ji--

n: Xlag the a. te the secretary, to be by him: .m ay.. Include, the'.counties or :districts where .> JJ it enacted ty the. fiwd and HosaiEitavftf f$ $ ffflth Bat:[tnis intenor i species: ,bf it :themselves, tut little .i '
. v arid the such be pending. All re the. Untied:Sta*" ?f dBuricanCongnL : ; I !iIJ
'V *recorded-u aforesaid; after"ards any fproceedings may ; --rt-.l. ,? '.*? _- .?' r l. ,
8 1.i like oath or affirmation-shall be taken,certified, bonds, "recognizances, arid obligations df every assatile; ThatHhe:;widow,it anysudx p 'i4 ot ot. rth t3eci&] the. one.,who"shall betho: f'
; arid reeordftLJn such manner and form as may kind whatsoever, valid under the existing-laws: I there bey*and in case 4here be nowidow, ht ,j Dh.: itt t.ti il+1'th. done. least
. dt.! L prescribed by lav. Th governor' shall re- within the limits of said Territory,shall be var .the thUd or children, ,. and 'there be no'child,,. ,t p : p""ers.-; :so wijnajority P bib"

'II,,1 .. iTe an annual salary of fifteen hundred dol lid under this act; and.all .crimes. and misdemeanors then.the parent or\parents, and if there are no s bjett,(is', ,tiriytisejc in investiga- ,suffrages ,!. ,

r tr1a.r: bs governor, and fifteen hundred dollars against the laws Jfl force 'withinealdmi, hl, to the brothers and sisters*who were .tionV l Jfr iouldke.proved\ .againstUsI i : ,- -., :: : ''' '
r;',: as.superintendent of Indian affairs. The chief limits may be ,prosecuted, tried, .n i nors and under;the age of eighteen years at : jJ :l vcatb:44
1 f :!'fl: Juiticeand associatejustices shall each receive in the courts established by this act audallpenaltieS ,;the.time of said.loss s of tke officers,:seamen and 'that'we. Had formerlydeiivered. : abohoi9n The. .. '
1i. :. an annual salary of two tho11S8nd-dollar The ,forfeitures ,actions, and causes of ac f, marines who-were in the eerrice of the United 1 lectures- 'the- 'fact would > During 'the'.last"Weekh.r' ]
t not mi.Ji. :
; tt f'aeeret.a.ry shall receive an'annual salary of fifteen tions,. may be recovered under-thIS act, in like. States and lost in tte United.States brigofwarSomers I .' '6. E '
j1 ;r: hundred dollars., The said, salaries shall manner asthey. ,would baye been under the shall be entitled to, and receive,.out of I tuymoneyintbetreaz i lithe. JeasVagainst truth .'of. .r r oLtwith: ious r { 'r ifie".ettt'

;1-. be paid quarter-yearly, from the dates of the laws in 'force'within' the limits composing said .not otherwIse appropriated -: the l doctrines :pow'advocate..-ir Soil ::ci 'weather of,the delicioatof
: we
%4- at the time this act shall into a sum equal to twelve months> of.! "
rt ;'ii2r respective appointments at the treasury of the ,Territory go: operation : i : t '- Florida
r.Ulllted States; but no such payment shall be ': Provided That e laws ..penalties t their respective deceased relations aforesaid}in w e-lf it .c inbeditrmiied'than. : : Although' it j ; .
< made until said officers shall have'entered upon and forfeitures and punishments, by this section 'addition to the'.pay.due to the:said deceased editor who advocated! abolitionism< stobd ,arm, the thermometer
fefis the d.ateoftheiossof said.'vessel.ApzOVAngUSt141S4S. ; c Binf't'D
i be courts '
the duties of their respective appointments.The required to enforcedby.the provided I '* JV' :fr
""s. members of the legislative assembly shall for by .this, act shall not be inconsistent < six fefouflhis..iikin s, while om'70to" 75 degree,' Y \. e'ptiCeT
, :, .be entitled iTethree dollars each withthe constitution the United States: th at I i
r" rec day velvety ',
, t: during their attendance at the sessions thereof,. .4 provided further, That no right of action I. '[PuBtto-No. 102.] contemporary" who opposed him. ,coud_ |, :tb ftnesj or& "..

j' And three dollars.each, for every twenty miles whatever shall accrue against any person for .i AN ACT' in relation to military land warrants. :. only'attain four, feet six in his boot, genial 'sensation' ,which o
tl1tf travel in going to and returning from said sessions any act: done in pursuance.of any law heretofore *" Be it enacted by the Senate! and House ofEepresefttativcs ff think* f exist. out, of';pijr; own Slat ; :
:'f' estimated according to the nearest usually passed by. the temporary government, and tf the 'United States .of America in we hardly that. !-from this cause_ ;:_-d 1' Ia
1't{ travelled route., And a chief clerk, one assistant ""w hich may be declared contrary to the constitution Congress esstmbled, That any noncommissionedofficer the issue would be decided,,.necessarily tin only..in..the winter time..r'
i I r. : clerk, a'serge -, and Joo1teepr of the United States. musician or private, or his widow or fa'vor former 'As'a sign otthe-: never
.r; 'may be chosen for each house; ,and the, SEC.'is. Andie it further enacted, That all beirs, who; shall receive and hold in his own i of the scribbler.. Nor .end i o" 1S

.f.f'ft 'i-, chief clerk shall receive five dollars per day, justices j .of the peace, constables, sheriffs, ar.d right a lam warrant, issued by the government can. we per ive how. the.imputation .in ,e raof'naturein,. our:tropical"J .
G ,: ; and the said other officers three dollarsper: all other judicial and ministerial officers, who of the*United States for military service, Inay"loca.te .. have been
I..jI : day. during the session of the legislative assembly -. shall be in.office within the limits of said T.er- the sirne in one legal subdivision, on any- regard to our birthplace e iiaflect: the_ prezegfledbya friend & 'IC

t.QIt' ; but no other'officers shall be paid by ritorj when this net shall take effect shall be, public land pnbject to private entry, and reck s soundness. our political views, .anymore plateful of fine"-strawberries 'grown j :CI
t. the United States: Provided, That theie I' nd they ore hereby,authorized and required oping the warrant at one dollar and twenty-five ,his garden in the !
tr.; {:. be but session of The legislature A I o continue to exercise and perform the duties cents per acre for the number of acres therein than the rep roach. of)being a "little open air. TM

J.17: ; unless, on an extraordinary occasion, the governor o their respective offices as officers of the Territory contained, and paying the balance, if any, in: editor." > seems. rather in contrast-to the chHJia.accounts
s shall think proper to call the Legislature Oregon until they or others shall be money; bu no claim shall exist on the government '* of.bitter cold] *
, '.' 1' together. There shall be appropriated, annually duly elected or appointed, and qualified to fill to pay for any balance on said warrant in. We believe that:in the crime. re. -which come t
'. ::.: the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, to be their places in the manner herein directed, or money. : i 'born i in non-sJ us every week from,the North.
;: expended by the governor defray th< contingent until their offices shall be abolished.SEC. APPROVED August 14, 1848.. ing a ,ehoJding'State; r v-- i, :- ,c.' "'." ft

): expenses of the Territory, incluiing the 19. And be further enacted, That the we are equally implicated with most of Congress .* fif
salary t>f a clerk of the executive department. ; sum of five thousand dollars be, and the same -
.?t4;? and there shall also be appropriated annually is hereby, appropriated out of any moneys in THE NEWS'-. the political men in East Florida. We ., Iii f Snat1 on'the 18th alt :r""
; 'sufficient sum, to be expended by the.sereta- the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be I ','. 'believe that Southern'.rights should and ted' a resolution passed' by' .'the TT* *" *
t; :4; ryof the Territory,and upon an eatunitetp.be expended, by and under the direction of the JACKSqNVILLE, FEBRUARY 3, 1849.> legislatamf
4 p :: made by 'the.Secretary of the_ Treasury of the said governor to the Territory of Oregon, in -. I,. can be maintained! by a Southern"editor State. of.Florida, in favor,ot the esib11. ,

'I'.J.;:= :." United States, to defray the expenses .of the legislative the purchase of a library, to be kept at the seat 'whether may have originated in of a: mail-ironte fromn Tampa to the'settlweof

: i assembly, -the printing :of the: l Jaws, of government for the use of the.governor, legislative .Maine* Texas .Kamschatka- ", ffitchapocksassee! Old,..Tampa,itid MJ.
.rf):,: ., and other incidental expenses{arid the governor assembly, judges of.the supreme court, or or the i Hiilgborough
:}; : '[ and secretary of the Territory shall, In the secretary, marshal, and ,attorney of said Territory I II I ,City of Mexico. The 'Eastern sultans referred to 'countyj.in.this: State' ; or.J 1'I
-1" : disbursement of all moneys intrusted to them, and such other persons, and under such II I,I. the Committee on the Pol O I.3
: be governed solely by the instructions (f the regulations, as shall be prescribed by law. _I and despots spring from the dregs.pfthe and Post Eoads, arid oretel ed to e'prinw.

.b; : Secretary of the Treasury of the United States SEC. 20. And be further enacted, That when I filr We tare requested by the Executors people. The most violent opponent Also, resolution, passed ty the git
:; and shall semi-a nually account to the said Secretary the lands in the said Territory shall be survey- '
:(: the Estate. George Kingsley deceased! to slavery at the present day..is C. M. : o the State Florida,l in favor of i isbli1.nentofa
sI for the manner in which the aforesaid r-d under the direction of the government the announce '

:. .: [sum] moneys shall have been expended ; and United States, preparatory to bringing the that the sale,,hitherto advertised, of ,CLAY, of Southern birth. Again -we i mail-route from Oulusta,IB C4nm

' ,.N&l no expenditure-to be paid out of money appropriated same into market, section numbered sixteen land.at Buina Vista, Forester's Point Dray tori.' i county, to aar.,'.Ferry, in Duval county,
.": ,. shall and jx in each cannot understand how the truth, or fal S ;
by Congress, be made by tsaid legislative thirty- township in said Territory which was referred to the. Committe 't
; ;. i assembly for objects not specially authorized shall be. and the same is hereby, reservedfor Island and itan JcsePlantation! on the St.John'sRiver sityof our principles depends upon the Office and.Post' OD.the- I
and I
: the the of will Drdt take Boads ordered to be
: by acts Congress making the purpose being applied to schools in I place. '
{ t. appropriations, not beyond the sums thus ap said Territory, and in the States and Territories : number of superficial i inches contained, ted.Also

: : propriated for such objects. hereafter to be erected out of the same. : Compliments, &c. in our paper, ,or whether those princi." a resolution passed by the'

;:'! ;: SJEC. 12 And It it further enacted, That the Sec. 21. And be further enacted, That, until maintained of the'Stato .ot.F1oridtlj; in favor of th t"t
} rivers and streams of otherwise law AVe like to be grateful and return pIes are in one coJumn or'
'. .. : water in said Territory of provided for by the governor ol f, ment 'of a ,law 'making 'compensation'to'
"p t Oregon, in which salmons are foundor, to which said Territory may define the judicial districtsof civilit'ies.Ve are. favored with frequent fort}... Still Jess do we,think that theyare Tucker for services
t/ they resort shall be said chaplain to a Uttillon r
Xt\ not obstructed by dams or Territory, and assign the judges who '
'O's 'I" .... otherwise, unless. such dams or obstructions are may be appointed for said Territory to the several presents'of dropsical cucumbers, affected by the number of advertise* I Floridajriilitia in:the Senunble'war: : bi

) i. '' so constructed as to allow salmon to pass freely districts, and also appoint the times and I plethoric pumpkins, gigantic sweet ments we receive. If the editor'of thRepublican i referred the Commit tee,on Military A & 1t.
= up and down such rivers and streams. places for holding' courts in the several counties potatoes : > t.t

' ': :: BBC. 13. And be it further enacted That the ,or subdivisions in each of said judicial districts ,- and radishes that, seem to. have can aflbrd to pub1ishaarg ndorderedtobeprIate&OQ> t.t
[ 22d alt in
UVrp com of ten thousand dollars be, and is hereby, by proclamation to be issued by him; but adopted a resolution never to. cease sheet we are glad of it.Ve' only;regret the,Senate, } 'Di
.V' the legislative assembly at their first sented resplutions ef tb*Legwiatureof t(
J : appropriated, to be expended under the direc- or any that
k:; ; ; tion of the President of the United States, in subsequent session may organize, niter'or modify growing. We also receive .from .our we cannot doth, same. We instructing their_ :Senators.and requesting t f'r.

. .x!. .. payment for the senlcf'.8.and expenses' of such such judicial districts, and assign the judg: brethren of the,press .a book or a magazine I. must cut our coat according to the Representatives to:.uie'their.beat :effcrti t

.t:1.. :.:k r;!' v. .1 persons government aa have Oregon been engaged,in conveying by the pi commuh-vision- ,: courts es, and, alter as to the them time shall. 'and,;seem places proper of holding and con the and occasionally a kind word i nsome cloth, andjf .it comes out a ,short jacket elude slavery from'th- Territories recently.t'.J 1.I

1" '1":" ications to and from the United States, and the venient. shape or other. But huge vegeta or a swallow tail, it is not'the- fault of quired from,Mexico J asserting that

4"s'.;4'f. purchase of presents for such of the Indian SEC. 22. And be it further enacted, That all bles the the tailor. It is"the first' instance in' ry between the_Kueces and the Bio,G Jlde
are more common to readers of '
f. 4 V b ::.; tribes the peace' and quietude ofthe country officers to be appointed by the President, band not belong to Texas,and that slaver;.should
/.,.\.\ requires. with the : than to lf and which we have hear editor
''1\ ,., : advice and consent of the Senate newspapers ours ,. the > >-an- object prohibited therein; that the existence, (

.tl t. 4 : !..; inhabitants SEC. 14. ,And of said oe l'Territory further! enacted shall be That entitled the for the the provisions Territory of of any Oregon law, who now, by existing virtue, or o f squabbles of editors are not unfrequent,' advertisements .tha\pay. The delicacy prisons _arid slave markets at.theseat:OfG Ih

,.;\ .c!t. : to enjoy all and singular the rights, privileges,. whichmay: be e acted during the present Congress and generally very tedious. And as Objecting! to those ,of a political ernraent.ojlght to be abolished ; and tbits

WI", and advantages granted and secured to.the peo.i ;- are required to give security. for moneys: the size of our little sheet is scarcely opponent will be apparent to every one should be.passed to protect slaTes fiosiu $
i pie of the Territory the United I thnt'may be intrusted with them for disbursement '
fi :. of, the river Ohio,-by the' articles States of northwest compact I shall give such security at'such time and commensurate with our gratitude, we In general I, we may say that editors areas :I imptnientsnd_ r f- to' put,:.an end to -tit* .&' !
trade in. the District H
l>:ftciz contained in the place, and in such manner as the Secretary o)f forced of Columbia
ordinance for the government are to remain silent in regard to fond money as most other.pe pie.] the :
lJ :; :! of said Territory : on'the thirteenth Treasury. prescribe. that resolutions.be laid upon thitaUff.
tW' ; day'of hundred these little attentions, trusting that our Therefore, whether we are a big editor :' -, .
: July, seventeen and eightyseva SEC. 23. And be it further enacted, That all 1 ordered, to be printed.fc ''. .
!'r4. -en; and shall be subject to all the conditions, the ports, harbors, shores and waters of th and restrictions, and prohibitions in said artic, main land of the Territory aforesaid, shall con
)cJ; S lee of compact imposed upon the people of said: stitute a. collection district, to be called the district deed. Occasionally, however, the load: 1 a' large paper or'a small one, 'whether' presentation of these resolutionswliea,[:: _

} ;,\ :p'r Territory; and the existing laws now in force of Oregon and a port of entry shall b o of obligation becomes too great, and we we have or not plenty of advertisement'*! participated in by' Messrs. Kn k'YnleeDi 5.1.
r. ; ..: in the Territory of Oregon, under the author established at Astoria near the mouth of the son, Foote/Di MJon,Jet.'PavisjBatiM7; ]
! ;.4. ty'of the Columbia express our acknowledgment in as satisfactory that and only a column 'or so 'foe '
fi.. f ionalgoTernm nt established l bythe river, and a collector of customs shaH pay patrick, Douglass! ,:NlJcs, Downs and Met
!3' 1' : people thereof, Ehajl continue to be valid Jbe appointed by President and with the terms of : '.
4rl t and oppressive therein, so far as the same b e advice and consent of the Senate, to reside at as, possible.Ve have matters general interest,,_we,shall always I-; Mr...Euk, said that Texas' .Tould 1I

t.r').. ; Dot incompatible with the constitution of the such port of entry. been favored for the last three months find a,little. corner to. maintain.trie boundary.'described -iuhconztituticnM: :

{) 'I .. oOft1lia United act States and principles and provision)! SEC. 24. And be it further enacted, That the with so many delicate attentions on the preservation of Southern'LiIghs.\ .., Jrtfe, hazards'..* :ilr.'YuleV iD3jstedtth t'th1
{ subject nevertheless
p .,:' .< modified or; r repealed, by the legislative, to be altered assein-, 1 President hereby, authorized of the United to establish States be such, and he of is part of our. neighbor of the "Republi] are sorry to perceive that;this LttIeco, r--; .tions were:insnlting.to ;fifteen oflheSIItN

* :. ; laWs bly of heretofore the said territory of. Oregon; but al delivery in the district created by this ports act not can," that the courtesy of i bear would per gives our friend of the ,Republicanso the ;Confederacy, :and .opposed 'the ;!m
:: passed in 8 Territory print them.- In: s-positioJifhi1f*j ibyIIesss.DavisDQ'vfls
ni aking exceeding.two in number which shall
,r i i grants of land, or otherwise 1 (pne'of induce U8 to return them. much un asine. ':
tW' affecting or be located ou Puget's Soundf-as he may deem ) and Fitxpatrick.f /;

ri\:,. jurA-incumteririg hereby declared the title null to lands and, void shall be and, and the expedient, and may appoint,,by and with the We.regret to perceive that our friend -- .. .. -:' TheTresolutidn was finally r ordered to ep 1
adviceand consent of the
laws of the United States arc hereby extended reside thereat. Senate, surveyors to and his corps of correspondents are too Election"oCiProbat ''JTud&rcs.' r ayca'-45;'noes Sir: '-neaereBo1i

over tory,,so and far declared as the same to be cr in force, in said Terri. SEC. 25. And bt it further enacted, That the prone ,to personify the principles of the As: thePub1ihooILawpesel'" -. "\' -'.-- "-.A T. ; I 'Ark j'Datis: ,of-Mist;Downs'.of La, Fitzpstl
any provision thereof
I may be applicable. collector of said district shall be allowed compensation party we espouse, in our individual the recent session of' the+Legisfatureimposes : otAla, "Ianngan otis,,an&Tulee. ef-} 1J

. :$EC, 15. And kit further enacted, That of one thousand dollars, per annum, self. We,regret it not for.our sake Senate"dienadjourniei1:4In ',' ;' 1t
'! ,.j t 1ewtive: assembly of the the and the fees allowed by law; and the compensation own : upon the:Judges, of Probate the House : The bill establistoriulGoTernmenta *.
:;tY J J. ahallhold Territory of Oregon of any surveyor appointed in pursuance but for that of our party. During the '
I its first session at such time And place of this act, shall not exceed five hundred dollars the-,: *:powers s, :and i- title u "of. Superintendent." in Newnia MWco aid
i_ 1fZ 1W Vkmtory as the governor thereof shall: Presidential canvass we repeatedly:i of Common for wasmade' h.e. } 'oderofth 'Isvth.3Oibi
Schools, t
4 tf: :''t' Appoint and direct per annum, including in said sum the fees : the respective !. speca1 .

1" f;. i J 4 u8ooi' &?r.eafta8.; and.they at shall said deem first expedient session,:or, any allowed of said by law, and the for fees amount collected I by I called upon him to give us convincing counties; the'fTke chas'w"become':'irj' .st. ,. .:
1! the'legislative surveyors any one t 'Air.Hilliard mored of titov .
; that Gen. a suspension
assembly shall deem proof TAYLOR would veto t heW
expedient exceeding sum of five hundred dollars, shad i responsibility,: probably the ,most itnportant -_ :1
.audestablw.ttbeseatorgoernment for said Ter i be accounted for and paid into the treasury of I ilmot Proviso. He replied that en. bliiini. to"" ti di e .:," ,r'i.'a'.
ritory.at such place as they may,deem eligible: the United States. --"'* our. :in' the'Statei' i As" they are, now,. Northern Boundary iTem fcyrgthe' D1.J
J't 3 "L -> --
_ _ jwwwwngwvy irnich__'a_ place. -I ,_ bowever... ,laid shall_ legislative_ thereafter' assembly.the sub.' SEC. 26. And be it further enacted, That the columns were filled .with slang,.filth,. entiusted with- the establishment*- JC* of .a' pmllei, .ot36;'30)from;Jf E83tUD".

Jc r Afld the sum'Of five thousand dollars, out of any revenue laws of the United States be, and are and blackguardism.: We denounced, system:of education, and: 'with 'the.>?.. the submmxtotthe'Sierra Ketaernmenl. t'b

. 1111 .?4tty;is'herefty the treasury not otherwise'appropro.ted hereby SEC. ,27.extended And be.over it further the Territory enacted.of That Oregon.the !his attempt .enMst.! the: sympathles.of ceiptndejenditureor i the immense 34: p;1)11ncV Uo-P 6 'Oceanti'md$

pr t hI t ".., Territory-of Oregon appropriated.aEdgrante(1, to be their applied to said, by sura of fifteen thousand dollars be; and the same, "poor white ,men'who'owned 'no'slave*'! fund.''which 'Has" been :appropriated(r to bUito athonebttOr3iaO- form', ti O
r ifi J vro r, to tie erection, of suitable bai t is hereby, appropriated out of any moneys in i in favor.of:anti-slavery. We""were cut ., On the Vote being;Jaken
the t the donations :
.clh,; at the seat of.government. treasury not .otherwise appropriated, to be ?tt. > t. -t, '- .of Congress ; the,rule (wntck;'requires'!1I'Ot l f
I expended under the. off short with the that .
direction from
"St of Jhe argument '
16.. 4*?* further enacted That a delI of the Treasury for the Secretary ,,) strong interest'has, grpwdinpin were 60 noes 112. .
,1 I ,
egafet the House of Representatives of the construction of light the limited i ;:number of our personal r inV.i.s.i -' : the' : : sentedtberesOlUtiOD*!
,. r Sti t ; the U. houses at Cape Disappointment and New Dun- *-><" -.- -' ** *'* j )regard to ;approaching: election,. l\Ir. Wilson .pt'egisla'ture
ere.t9r term
hllbe; .'.ci tuen *f the United(f two States years, who be giness; and for the construction and anchor. hewe.were'notquahfied to express an greaterperJMpsj; : 1 tuna we e!erjrememhcrto of.'I.New ?Hampsb e1nibn5., ,, '
.'f1e t d by the voters may age ofthe requisite number of buoys, to indicate opinion upon'any subject 'wHatbyer sr" : en4tors. and 4reuesting; :.iie 'JBfrom.thaV l
9tI' qualified to .elect members the channela'at the mouth of the Columbia :have,Avitnessed :in J.Ii State._ : Jn.:adid -, .
f,the legislative assembly,who shall be entitled river and I We denounced Mr.. Ute ,to,.oppoai thea4iaisBioor!
the STEPHENS trai. .
to the same'rights and approaches to the harbor Astoria I' % T' "* as a it.ion to this,:the tiqvelty':f aix'electront >
privileges a* have been the said.buoys be.placed .eq JI1.the.territoriel.: ot he' ,
heretofore.exercised and enjoyed by the dele- I under anchored to?ttheSo'uttrurnpetqd, ,i-and fortHwith Vwe are. Judges .people.has had important ?
: the by an
c gatesTrott the direction of such person as the Secretary '* *-r >*/i "" it : w1i :.eri I d on tneMr bti and
; several other-Territories. of the of the Treasury shall .t.o' the"world J in i the Repabli-i : '
JJmted! teI.tOfrhe said House of Representa. 'I APPROVED appoint. } :. influence'and jf.we mistake not: .p_ -. j
;. M' tie. delegate' firs elected shall hold August, 14-, 1848. can j by bnelndiyidualms, j :a "Sir j ,Oraclci1! : the contest m.' Maj nexi rill oe attended ;-JTqurnoy,,,.roved .. ,'farnlesjttovenable -* -;

-r bis which seat only 1 e ihall'he during the term The et the Congress (Pnuc-No. 100.] -and by another as a,"Magnus A P9lJ .": ;"' :with_ far ;more eicitement than Was him; to-Iatrcd*tirocedi .bin :i

ahill b held)( l111 tun.and places first,election and be AN ACT.in for the the payment of the fourth regiment .We. .' corivictjthe Wiii, g ,,arty,vof: (the (f felt-'S: -lIr'.dt-tSat;, ;;November- :' : ; "'fast.' : ,'$otiwfthsU '.t ,'the1efMaracd, si1't
coiiductd .fa" second brigade of the -t- '''{ rito.pgtng
wch manner, as ,the governor third divi So .lbor: ,an,indiflerence'upon.the tionof. theCtfCro1iuibis,: ;
ARJftt'portt alonoftheVermont militia, for question : : ingltW weVre'happy .to per.-
ind direct of which services. at ; > !
; I and zcsptwb&.i3 ,
the Battle ; .! .st
the r
Vflt t1rAeleand mann r,of bold 6Uch.eleo- Plattsburg. : .of" 'slavery' ; anda&retort* (4yith I c W-: ;: Sijo( fiol lljng!f.ambnf., g.I flhapeoWfile the and grounds; OP
ti6iilla 1ha1! give at least sixty day Be itjenaeted,thE Senate end House 'tfHiepresentatees : ; 'f -'-.v I' 7 : .\ t. by publiobuUdings1
notice thhiputation
pty 1stutiofl; .stall subsequent election by, ''of the'United Btattf.l1 Amencd-m, jhaMhej i .greatquantity r pc-' in_ :regards:toiihe- !matter- *' We 'haveceea -yote'- b iJii'l, ,ere'Il,' ,-
tb'CtiEnez, pa.ees and Congress assembled, That th'e- per of pur advertiiementaonlren-! J norindication i '
:' 'manner-ot.holding the aeerant&u *, : : t-party prejudice :,1' ," 'f'fo' -
eieai l-\ \ frv.'Vj. -jkf > rfe :sablea :" <
-. i
ihI1"be officers of the *t "* t' J. iii ifl
;preseribed. by ,law. The Treasury bend: they ire hereby,' us, ,to.give a column.o.r",eo-'of matter will a\fre jjJPttfi leastAlfeady!' .. ':It Jl ''f'o if/9tJi"- -
n.a the authorized and(directed to { : .we. .
kt1 pe g peat t.n.umberor. votes :adjust arid fettle the IS .' i ., 'Wi.. "'Ll
&hJdeclare by the governor' to: be duly claims' forcne.inorithVi' 'services" the officers of" general'intereHt.-. ,' !"We" call, :upon" anhburice twp candidmlsfitjbtted : nt; ,::1efrcm'athe2oath y. :' IDf.D1Mr. thitthe'J"P .111 :
.ie1c t/snd> certificate thereof ehall and soldiers of.the fourth regiment inHhe"second 'bfD.j: t X J j L f' i ; \
be given r ,; tli l'er L''r l, : (ftHe&names .C mmbe .1 4' '
&ritig1y i ; ,1 ; brigade"of, the third division : of Mr
e of
( the militia .
rj)hiU not U" .enlitled egate.fl'aaid, to. 'receive' nor Territo..than of the State of,Venribnt; ierved-Mlhe bat- .bri 1iilt.I. Cfi 'ei i; i !. :,. i 'i_ j't1\f, ; .J11flLEMr!:' ; .tI. 1, Benita'a.mmg":1dr' .'"..'A.Q 4J
f '.ntt 'e hJ1$1d7eddOULrSt.xjy4yre eession' tle"of PlattBbnrgfonahe'eleTeritK; dnyj of Sep. ,' t. ,.ilie. ,.50-,. t.8.11." ,: n_ it m'i :) l.d; : Lis; FL1Ndas1ikei< i for dm'1)t'. lCilt !
ou&i $ ember 'o : ; l' tiJ o
; thousand-tight hundred, -
1 mpcnsMion; for his.mileage.fW'returning and, four- 4-- '- . oti.t ; ;JI JI
$ tt in 1J I ,: from the .eat.of the teexq'or thttr military eerrices,on that ccnsloni ,is) iadeiotdrawtromusoursqb', ', -'" rr. d 1;. "'b'i1 .ft .t: F ,JI ..
':-' : z:"'.JJJ 4.rt "' 4ot. ; Pg I 0t6iJHt'u.. I18P" ,.,"
and that the _<'i9t:
w l"fIrnfGt.. .31t United same be.paid'out of > : : '! v
a ."j ((" .>$tatu"_ any,. 'ot. the any money' ,h ,f9J },.. ;\ ,ZsccusetheceSoutbern. l jpwiiWjH.imm:*'' I. .MO"."4 1.)1 ;aI"" :
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iQ'&a otherwisE '
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. the vote being and_ senra1 of the Democrat. ; belongs) to; the1 several' governor oinewlyecquire4; .teri { dge. oIPr i' : "PfdJlie, 'c _. ...' .., ." '
I .Whigs present ppcsedto States us;'tn mj spT thg1Upion an3 ,: 'was.=on' Ji &Mr o ..t .9&ff4l:: 1
Ti "' fr.j1 ve1i t ODD-wno were r1. 8t irMtJwswng'ihe ; -_ _(fi't. 1Liceb3'I. ''f '.
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I" bOth mi.ent 1e11: contest.beti!I11bStit11t en Demoaxs -, on,itself. -yjf f land.. ,.of dreams. .-) It 'rnuet"be .admitted t 'MELE.jGENCE n Str fu.with.LARGE..AND WELL 'IJ 1 ij$
'the L.
. ; and the Tote stood 25 far addrezl 'Wal "3.o Resol"ed,'-Tbat\if,. i ih .djiafd that in thiicaBi'precept'jraBraticHtet; ; -., 8ELEC.TDSTOCL DaI'U"1 OF FRESH GOODS .!-.t
; POET,: i iS :.. alStU1'JA :
01 33'against it. The'&oiigin** ho Toted for alike of the'spirit' ., principles! ; of the : ter.than-examjple\.tl 2f>LJ .. ''s' i tt- {r.?'k't'' ;"1848.. ": .' ... .-A tt
adopted, several % I t J en j
1r. the substitute TOting for I; T't101UtICflWZ3 ..act of Congress. ,a'dmissloh,of the But you.can inform ho conception:- of t t .?'. Ji14W,:AEE1D ,. ""'z. "- ".10. .,'-11; t' V"HardWare ;V-! : T
1h should not .Provisions SfI
als i.dopted that..the''Becretar1 dered.to do so by' State of Missouri iinto the-.Unbn, gen the:i state -oflaffairsij bdo'be1ievevn" lJan 2a.s.... :.GOT.Andria'eKwt.: : '; ,,' ; .

S p b1ish the ddre until it. The meeting then erally known as the Missouri-Compromise my?2'soul,everybody? hasiran) !mad: J'1' .,".; -. J T: ", ;,;,:-:! :;" 'iif P7oQd3; :., ?' jpfeihSaddlery&' : \::
, L" .
'who .bowd_ .Jig and 'of Y-- u"Mceraflda4 > >- j / .
those fetalrinV : '
erer' iidei'attanfjus.tice. tark3( Tiiadr Offic ril. fheArnhaveo :.j.NEYYORKJan: :24thJCleared ; ; ; '" :
I SebnLo : ,
-&d IUs urned.probab1e"tbt the address"W111 l10t 00. ofconstUuiiorial. right;.and of fraternal I ttod-=-en'their'aiii.ty _, ,cy-Jc-; Nancy''Adams for"' &i1 iU :.. Jan. ,9f' '" 1ery,I ; "&: ,- &;: ,S ,: .

than thirty .or forty gnatnres- feeling, the fearful issue shall be as .to commence afisystem of '.th: (aear 5ri rBraxilianiMor r < ,
taln toO" the endommof less ; : ;specu- ', -if ,far WhkU rwill be'i eotd at,:SATAIUJJC ffcic for Ca&w .
thus golug forth Southern with Representatives..' It.rut forced upon the,..country, which must lation. Upon the road to tbe placer: ,' Jacksonville.I I .,v<, Country Produc*. J. .- ., !;[,- I--k -s I.
> t.Un h all w the result from the : Ie. _. 5HAS P ,COPPER,. .djEaSiBEAB.
Whig name that of adoption intended wagons with |ibe,BrandjXJi. S.JuponJttiem, ;.x 14'
ft single Tax Assessor and
> ; '
not get is practical il- enforcement of c ." Collector's '1 If\B/-Cash ad"8CQ made an cottwi'JxxuJgftAdto ':'
Here a the \Vilmot Proviso be Veen brisk 7 *
Gay1e, of Abbama. as may travellingsat; ; :, 'tt' --J- ,.NOTICE.* '16' l' :1' .i frieuda in.Savannah,OharWatoo' New York '
Mr. the policy of doing notbing until an act of the General Government and rounded --> --'>'"L fr__ -."'. '' ,- .,.TSTTHE v ; t "or ; *.
or the sour by parties < wll Dee.23,2845. .
ofgentle- o
lUJttt.tion had ; v .. t ,,. ;h. Ia '
united. If the Whigs present UNDERSIGNED.Assessor dlc.: -5 __ __41 4 _' -v < _; ; -' 113
the South is people of Virginia can have difficulty men in high, spirits;, mounted on fine .,. I
[ haTe been a decided mnjorit1 ) ,of the State and county Taxes. for Da i-- t
Toted there the WOUld addr. This was anticipated in,choosing-bet the only 'alternative horses or strong 'mules,,some.of which >V unty,8ta&ofF1crida,.will attend at the' 'JLrUEID&. _. .- _-:4J'O'*-.J ....'. .- .

gftinst informed-yon but failed. The drags couldDot that will remain,.of absolute submission are branded as above; all taking a northward following. timeianil, '(places,for tie*purposes'of : M1. ,' "aR, ;.'Ti ,,n' ;B.EID.-!.M..;1.. ..!''' -.1 -i .
g T1D
III ": Assessing the Revenue State and ? ellIi.
Northern Representa- ,
W ,. The to aggression and coiW e.I these > conntyortheyeajrlS494v 1\1 '
.1 stop the utv will have the'Wilmot outrage on wagons er ; 'J '* "**" '.. ni .aP I
delare that they the one hand, or determined resistanceon visible-iaddle.bags kettles / t i'e,::UQJr prepared' in connection with/their .
and.pots '
, tins nothing else. If pushed it will At C. S.:EJCEKY'S store, Mandarin puThurs:; / 5MUSCELZAtfEOUd i'
. PrOVISO and paSs both Houses of Congress'ana the other,.at all hazzards, and to the and. other, camp equipage; but.if,one : day, 15th February,from H.JL M; to 3 P. M.;.* ".:'D1lY AND Goon. ; ,6BOCEllY..lIABDWABB li >

e gtprobablY fai1 by the Presidential veto. last_ extremity. could have a clot>e examination, he Jit LAW EENCEKTAs'ahouseJStJohtfi Beach" : E87'ABLISHf.
. tensions the Southern mem- "4. would find on Saturday 17th. February?from 10AJkL:: to '. -' .
the among Resolved unanimously, That nicely stowed away under, 4P.M.v" "t 'V S .. ".1'.T1 cr ,< "t.,-_ ,'. ,.
beTs&u\\their inability from to Democrats agree on anything and even I IDemocrats the General Assembly holds it to be neath all these, goods: fOr'.barte"V.bat At S. B.\TuoMpsoN'.sStore.Bbck; '' Creek Their: charges. are- .-*e*tablisied" by the_ .Saws.na1hiate& .8

- _Wbigs geparating di\diD among themselTes,-present I the duty of every man, in this section: I tell you is the truth, and you ,need Monday 19th.February,from 10 A.Mv to 4 P.M., on .,. _, .? .

3 Dot emulated to arrest the course of this confederacy, ifihe Union' dearto not surprised-at all .this, for 'as I before At DARLING C., oTT'8 store, Glay.HiD on Steamers Tf yiia1sO at,,,this the place Agent nde1LO'.of: .the! ,U,,enabled S. Mail.. .

a f Iptetacl Slon. The only good the meeting of him, to, oppose the passage of any 'said. every body is mad. Talk ;of Tuesday 20th February,from 11AM. to3 P.MJ to offer every'facility.to theMerchaat-|Planter 'fi

1 The SSern Representativespromises demonstration it affords.to do thnt is law, for whatever purpose, by which .\[arch hares-n nsen sek.the! similitude Wednesday At WILUAK.THOMAS'S Februaryfroni; honse ThomasviUe 11 A.M.',to on 3'PVM. and the Public generally._ r "'_ :. i':" :. "."_" 1

: in the 'pract 4as C'11 one man"-that there are "trai- territory to be acquired may be subject must be changed to Yankees in' California. .:;;' "v Goods consigned to their ar will*tw. rec'iv.
not ed andforwarded with
I we M "-and that,therefore, no gen'- to such a restriction At COL. JOHN BROWARD'S house,Cedar Creek- despatch. + J
10 the MU.t Their Store Office andaehuOs-altus It
'7. tors co-operation is to be expected from theSnthera "5. Resolved, unanimously} ,. That The Lexington'(store ship) will ]etre'here on 4 P.M.Saturday. 24th February, from 11 A. AL to, t/dconyeluienttojtheWharC, ,. / "'.v .: *f i f

3 States or who their would Representatives the South in the passage ofthe above-mentioned proVISO in a few days for San Francisco, to At'the; Court. House 1DJ Jacksonville 'on Monday P 1..St John's River*' ,Eo F Jannary 13f. J
:ongTss. Those rescue makes it the duty of slaveholding take mgold. (only think of 1849.. ; lyDaval ; i '
dishonor and danger, have a double battle every Tuesday. and Wednesday, the 26th, 27th. : _: i
to rom fight-In* the Southern States, and against State. and of all' the- citizens wbenceshe' will proceed to the Sandwich and! 28th February.. ? C aBfr' Tax .Collector's $a1 *:. i i

e Northern States. thereof, as they value their deaetpri-t Islands, and from there the U. "Persons .owning Lands within the County,. of the power_ :vested"in me'by law,
vileges, their sovereignty: their inde- States via'Valparaiso and Rio de Jane- will please and bring with, them, the numbers of B'Y.virtue levied upon and 'shall expose- for 1 I

}- From the Richmond Enquirer. pendence, their rights of property, to iro. What is, the destination of the Township Range. required. by Iaw.A. .*-. sale, before :the:Court-House door in the Town .,

-I We give below the preamble and res-. take firm, united and concerted actionin rest of the squadron the landlubbershave Tax Assessor and Collector A.A.CANOVA Dural Co.Jacksonyille of JacksonTillez on the .first Monday ia. Jnnt _
next, |1849))) the following.lands,' oreornuck. j
stand as the solemnlv 1
which now this 3d 1849
IttI eltnions ernergency.II. not learned, but I heard a rumor February 4t thereof as'will pay,the State Taxes dut thereoa2JDOQ 1 4 I
deliberated and recorded sentiments that another would sail for borne for .
ResolvedThat we regard the ship PROCLAMATION theye1S4SvI- :t 0- e t
of Virginia. \Ve have anxious- passage of.0 law by the Congress of the on the 1st January, :taking the route ; I' acres of Land,situateijonXassau. River "* t !r

Jy \\vatch their progress, and we rejoice United States abolishing slavery or the of .Lexington. I, have:also understood and Houston Houston's Creek, adjininjlands of.Joha.. _[
-particular boundari&nnknownpurportingtobelongtoSandifordKoithes. a
fciends of the Union :
11 j to I slave trade in the District of Columbia, that the Commodore hopes to obtain .'. t :

ifen..here, that Virginia It sound on as a ,direct attack upon the institutionsof permission to. return home in the A.A.CANOVA-' ,, a
4t question, and will do her whole Ohio of the East Indies. .Tax Collector Dnval County '
the Southern States, to be resisted at by way Q I i11
:2. Let the Federal Government Dec.4th, 1848. I Decg- m.
6f (duty every hazard. The New York Herald says, that by ,t + .. tJ

ia|I Veep within its constitutional orbit and I III. Resolved, That in the event of this arrival it hus received private ad. I ,Da ml .Coaatf Tax CoIIecMr** Bale. .' 1
of the States the "f : It
.1; not viola'e the rights the passage by Congress of the "Wil. vices .which are too wonderful for belief I BT. THE, OOVENOR. 'OF THE STATE OF 2'LOUIDA. I BY virtu of thepoweiniebIawI SfI

stja Union will be preserved and our glorious mot Proviso" or any law abolishing slavery and which it consequently suppresses. WHEREAS, it is required bylaw that'an I have levied upon and shill expose. 'for g lttI

Republic move on peaceably and or the slave trade in the Districtof It states, on the strength of them, : be-held in this State on the I sale before.the Court House door, ,in the. Towa ? i
first Monday in May- next-for a Register of i of JacksonTiller ontheflrst Monday in.Marchfnext ,
triumphantly- : Columbia the Governor of this Commonwealth that the gold region is SOO. miles iii' Public Lands,'t01ld until the first!Monday t ((1849) between the'usual hours,:of;sale, I i

rt PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIpNS.Wherrys is requested immediately to length by one hundred in width and ;Oc r:18:50. also, for.Judges'of .Probate for t the followingdescribed. property, or so much

t. the intuition of slavery I.convene the Legislature of this State that a small body of diggers therein the several Counties,to hold*till.the first Monday thereof: AS twflT>,satisfy/the State .Taxes:'dut' i'j

III was fully discussed in the Convention I I (if it shall have adjourned) to considerof would, produce annually one hundred of October, 4Sul, and for Justices of the thereon for the year.1848,jit: 1
of vhich formed the Constitution of the the mode and of redress. million dollars worth.. The Herald Peace foreachDistrictin the several Counties,; The half par'of:that certain tract o'1an1, I I

LI United States, and the rights of Slave ; IV. Resolved, measure That the Governor of gives the l.engthyJeiter, bowe. erwhich: to continue hold for la office two years till their, (all"successors of said officers shall be to ry'e sitnatedOntbeKing'sEoadjeadiugtoSL'M.G.; known the Files Place, containing.'.. I-Iz I t

'I bolders recognized and protected by this Commonwealth be requested to ii. has heretofore promised.. Its :Monterey elected .and'qnlifi d.) *-. -* *. "/ I 500 acres and.purporting. ;to.belong to Franco J it
of that instrument : And ? M.Pi1es. A'COVTacoll .
O.Thathe said electionbe
the provisions send a copy of these resolutious to each .correspondentgives'the following IT HEREBY ; ; '$1
. without .the compromises then solemnly held.thrQ ghou .the State;according to l*. t>unlC untr.-. .

<.ek entered i into, the union of the States of our the Senators States of and this Representatives Union and also 'in to "In:-, my, travels I have, when resting and elections the officers will take whose notice duty hereof.it.is'to order said .I Dec., 40. _../1848., t.''> :, __"D. ..r c9.J1i-,.". .. _" .' .. .. : I I;'.

31 never -could have hen formed : And, : Congress. under a tree and grazing myhorse\ seena i Witness my hand andf. the great seal of the !. : :.ce, lf..'. :

1'r whereas, the Geneial Assembly of Virginia few pieces of pure gold picked up State; giTen.at'the Capitol;. this f30th BY Tirtue of thfc;authority-Tested"in me bj : !:
regarding what is known as the Latest from from the crevices of the rock or slate '1stiq|. ; day January,A. I>. 1849, and ofth Jaw,J have levied nponandsbaliexpce.for ; j
'"Wilmot Proviso" as in palpable disregard I California. where ,On Independence ofthe'United States the ale before the .Court-House door in ,the
oes|| ofthe compromises of the Constitution Intelligence from the Gold Region-In. we were stopping. one occasion : 73d year. WM. D. MOSELEY, Town Jacksonville,on the..first Monday ia l J
nooning or refreshing on. the, Attest Governor March next, ((1849) between tbe nsnal hours.of :
be I did, on the 8th! day of March, i crease of the Gold Fever.--Demoralization side of a stream entirely unknown. to f A.E. MAXWELL, Secretary State. ',., sale 350 acres of Land, or BO much thereof a*, I .

V.'V' 1847, adopt a series of r( 10'Iltion8, dis i of the People.-Desertions of diggers or 'prospectors,' or'rather, 'if .:'*, January t.27*,1849.. -. 2m. will pay;the State Taxes dueereon.far.1h. r

,- linct!) indicating the course which the t Officers and Men of the U. S. Service. known, not attend. to,'one of my companions ,:) year.1848,.bounded' as follows, ;;North.1 t.
State of Virginia would in the -Bad state affairs hour.A Notice_ to Trespassers.I lands ofFrant1s: ,Richard, South and East by 5 f,
pursue every in i in the sand
rolling :.said
Big Pottsburg Creek and Lit e'Pot
HEREBY FOREWARN any and all est.by }1 :
.at -event outs passage by the Congressofthe correspondent .of the New York 'Give me a tin pan, why should\we not not to,'hunt any kind of game or dis-persona burg Creek,' purporting to 'belong;to George. ,

United States, as applicable to territory Courier, on board the U. S. ship Dale, be cooking in gold sands He 'tooka dharge any"kind 9r e-anns within my'enclosures Hagan. v A.'A. CANQVA ';

ed to be acquired from Mexico ;- writing from St. Joseph, Lower California pan, filled it with sand, washed it but, near Jacksonville. I compelled to Tax'CollectorBnTal'CounliT.,' ,:J. l1
And uhereas the General Assembly -take this' 'a and'greatinconveiuences Dec.. 4th;1848.. .. 9-3. n'. .1.
countoftheznany .
on .
id present on the 17th of November, says : and produced in five minutes $2, pry$3 step J J1 t JL ..' .
WhIch been
have seen with deep concern a A vessel sailed a short time beforeour worth of gold,. merely) ; sayjng/as he wandering-sportsxperL.Shotiiave to Thate: : subjected fallen.into -' .. EiecotorsVNotice.c : .' '\\ nAj:

: disposition manifested by the House of arrival at l1outererfor Mazatlari, threw both pan and gold on the sand, ,my.,piazza,'and my negroes have been forcedto THE,'Subscribers. havingbeen; qualifieda < 'ij'.
U Representatives of the United States with twelve hundred pounds of this gold '1 thought so.' lean theirwork on account of'the random xecutot'S'O. theTlast'Will! ; :and->T/estai t Ii1 lit

n. ; to violate the principles embodied in which I found upon our arrival sold for "From the first of July to the first of discharges of-'those who seemed. ((be indiflferent1 ment of JAMES DELL-late Alachua county,"- l t 4;.

said resolutions, and to make still fur over sixteen dollars per ounce, avoirdupois October or'lessj'one half Vf :the as to the.'size- or.quality;the game they. .deceased, Noticeis. _hereby given' 'toallpersons. '. !:
:2. :
denaands -
having the
of the might b g. I therefore give notice that X shall against ; sttof the deceased ,
ther acrjrressions upon rights weight. The gentleman who owns people will haye..fever audAgue, or, m .. :prosecute.any future trespassers to the,utmost ,
he Southern States ; under these circumstances ,- this gold came out tc this country in termittent fever which takes them from ;utent.ottbe law.. o ,JAME8.WlNTE&.> undersigned. Executors, or; their"J authorized. .
this General Assembly deem 1847 in of the : 27 agent, James G, Dell,::at einan.svjflejast.%' i t
lUl January, one store ships the first day'of digging until they have January. ,,1S4."'! ; : : : :. "
n-l the occasion fit :o reaffirm said resolutions chartered in Boston to bring t piovi.. been one hundred'miles"'froththe 'Pla'cer' # ._ ._ Floridawithin the time prescribed. b 1 j."wH f g.
Coiuinbia this'riotice will, beplead In bar;of their:
Justice's Court ; re
'In '- ,
of and most respectfully, but most sions for the squadron ; he brought on fifteen orwenty4daya In the covery. '% f*' .. T a'

loledi earnestly, to call the attention of all with him between four and five thou- winter, it is too;cold to work; 'but,from :; -.11 .' County' ,;'Florida. ';'F.:' And,notice:is ,hereby.given to;.all creditbri 7 I II

. those who are attached to the Union of sand dollars worth of goods, which he next April -to.hthe following. July, .one SamT.8. Wester, II ATTACmtDT.' legatees d persons entiUfti to'distribuiio if
that their claims will be barred ,
the States to the serious and inevitable bought at auction for a venture. million of dollars of pure gold f p jmore; 'Debt, $46 unless exhibiteawithin <
,. ;tree S.i JI- yearsfromthis'datertbvthe Execators il
leIof( coniequences which must follow such He located in .San ,Francisco, and in per"mon, w.il be'-,produced. from jibe' 'James ) Bond"filed '\ 92 ortheiauthothed gent ) s-' '.

action upon the part of the General August of the same year.he told me gold region, wlthout'dJgglDg'more than mHEj.1)e endant and all .bthewT intefesteii' Signed,) BENN1'ZMDTA .' : i
. Government. Be it therefore .. .. )_ are hereby notified of the'-'commencement : '.SM'L E PTLEST. j
t1c that with the goods he brought out and three feet deep. *> > (-* :*:t? : : 1.i'
1. Resolved, by the General Assem-' his purchase of two lots, he was worth ,. 0 pC this returnable tJustices.Cou' $ .' DeO'16,184&' -. : .;.sw'J 1 : :: .it .
to be held at Johnsvilleforthe! NintbpistriH .-
% of Virginia, That after the fullest' thirty thousand dollars. Lots bought To Drugtstaud Dealers iii Me-., :of Said I ountl;in thOrat'.Saturday;&April;: eT.rTac.I1e, ti'iak .- .T!. j

re-examination and re-consideration of originally for fifteen dollars are now, DICINE. DE. WiSTAR'S ,BAL8AM"F ', A.D. 1S49, and.tO( ":,apear. and.plead .,tthe, WILL!BE SOLD, en .the'first' Jtfqhdaj in I

Ti.' the resolutions adopted on the 8th worth five.or six thousand dollars ; all .WILD. ''CHERR. .. same.. ,. ?, .- b-.., ,... _. "... C J..d- '',_ '"t" ,' ,r next1 :(t849 <'tjetweettithafi. it ,
0?- :. March, 1847, by this body, we do con- of this took place before the discovery This I celebrated and infallible'remeoVfor the .GiV9D'. ,', d_r...,D 1.',.1la., .1jl" 'iil:8' '< -f '11... .."20th"., hours of.10 and 2 o'clock 1 iataaj2 J3L
for ,- J '.,'- '-'-. ; *' day 0 r.y naryt ,t 'i f..' : =W;Qnarter'of the fi5W.lSttarter'O&tl7 y 11
aider said resolutions as' founded m of the mines. This gold Has.been assayed cure Of Consumption, Asthma.and> : Liver- Complaint f Jo1nr. ... .>PRIC. ,lLa:1.l ..:'> TownahI1eBange1gind the 1CWi'Quarter :

truth,.consonant. with the Constitution, and found to be twenty-three and'a ,;:;was discovered.some six or seven years : ooJ us tJ. 0 tth"&'on'.' } 'otthe'NiW.-Q11 t of:SecSojS 19.. Tows ip' |4

It and conducive to its preservation, and, half carats fine-pure virgin gold,.- ,in the State Virginia, in the residence'of, :,Jan.,27,1849. I; .3ui: .: ::,.. :: 16,Range.l9,- .South and '=: ycmtaiaiag:80acre&yor .'
the ago : '.=
as much as"win i the taxofrdtie/ :
therefore; "
feel] it to be our indispen- The found weighs 25 \ '
we largest piece '
one of the most distinguished pbcianthitIIIrz. ; dmlnlstr lV oU e. Qn Mon-: thereon for the '
on1 lDr7.s ;
.., ? presentT r(1848( ,>wUhT an
ftbe JIM < **< *.j >*-*
adhere and re-affirm solid block the 'I' -*-J ** A "' ,
.tO '" duty to to pounds, in one ; next ever lived. Since that time.it.,has,.by its own I, day the' ,ofFebruary.nextjensuingjjerwill ,costs'and expensesraoETtiing ftr ad ertizfaig the .
5 the;. *sfoUows: weighs 7 pounds, and so on, down_to merits),.been rapidly, sufeljj lnd/gaf el y work- ; apply;'tb the'u tg of Pjrobater'6fDura same. .The abort'rriamed,- 'iieiit'flat1n '*" ,

kto MReiuzi0s lelative to the prohibition fine black sand. its >theDoo8Itioncf ki :.. .," !"countyforjeaye to sell so' mnch .of the.' :LeTjunty,"n tii'WithIa",;.dia.1; j
ing way through ?vwillbe
softtes ml estate bf Elita LCrehtondeceased
OT. .fytb'Congress of the United States of Before 1 left Monterey I saw Mr.-, and. .counterfeiters. *vc", tmtu"i.. by.ttL ttstryue'nd K ** :; ;enfgeifnt. for. .the pa)1i 3 ( t 1! AL 'taTiceakove.the Clinch and owned well-known and claimed, plAce I bila ca1led-Fm.' "' i I

:11e1 ,/wwy in any territory to be acquired who came out to this country in-ther- intrinsic- ij.excellence vV,;i t*t';hastgtuned.ior v?( --s.- ; itself,.a ,.41 e bt..l""d'd..' '. .tl. 1J7".r.ot' ." ,';, ..,'."'!. and bokdoo b' U '$. 11eSsthe-hIYe"1 .4

y' conquest or treaty. [Adopted. store ship 'as :pu ser's steward:. .: Her). most enviable gn4 established itselfin ; ---"Y;' ':':-A.;-t.W., *, RICRTON* J ''"-Adinr.t :': *", been lands;recently UeJifua."seining.:Ttabore .

yes lurch 8ih, 1847.] with four others, we'pt.to. :tbe .mines in popularity : 4'c.Jan. O7''lS49. :.;:..<>>;._,.._.- ..:1;:_,,... ::..,.:,I4tL_'o.1--"":: -'_' lands will:be sold at"the": Court.'House'of..

". Bed last and in seventeen days, he .the.confidence. of'ninllIgt'aii&enlight.--y-, l':_"'. II4,. > .. tevycbttnt/j'f1---. 1O !.VA drwa4 ""
the. & resolved, unanimously, by April ened. PubUt'from one end.of the'continent to ?A'dmJ tStrat'.ti. Wotice.et1. .- : .Jo" EORGJt'U.'lREPERi : ;. i

the theGeot'fat Assembly of Virginia, That says, the five dugout treaty'jhbusanddollars the.otherr .?The? 1-fln.prrrvB-sti-iestuaony ot thousands u.ri--who>- .. _Six MosmsafterdateI; shaldnl &phjto ..1' TaxAe&rid, .U. tOl''Le'. untrt
> -
ot 'of -
Gorernmeni of the United State 'worth, when b'e was.taken sick,: the 1H :iProbate'Judge 1tj '' Nofli84S3; < 'A> .Y'
ins have been. relieved andtcured, bt!this., luable.. .. for .Lettrs.r '' fu h Administrator,on;' 4 ; : i
Ja'do control', directly ,or indirectly, and the copartnership dislo.ed.r\! siticle, 'wiltihowthat. Ittafrds- nntaIlt tbtat& f Re t1. Cft.< 1 j;. jFbesboe sale,!?. postpoae4 to the IondynFebarnezt JI
fifteen-thousand; dollars worth/witi t "" nF'I'ON"; '' ''' I .if.- f'.t
had I' t
tlyor the in (
immediately, over th head ofall other mediCine for eurf: deceasedr: : JOfl'T. ( AWUr ,. .. ,. .". .
Jan.201 .
; : 9. .
notlntend ;1 :. M 'itiV.r.!; ; 1 k J. I ; I'; : : ', "
; '
digali ; t .
5'' potion of slavery ; so as to impair the him,,, and. .does 'Jto' ; 'diseases"J jw whisgeu1ne j"i;*?. .1 ; JJ'_- "J rl'8. 'SfiI.f.... .1'1f-.r o'm'.>"i. .< .,t'' 7.F.1. #_ -" -"- )e' '-0-" 'r'. .r. M

fights of the slaveholder; and that, in mute, but to 'trade in goods., -: '= ::' Dr.'iv'--Wistar'a' 'Mi v '-.-' 'ssrntVi1dChezry.i '* .mJ ViT"*'* *'Is J !_f.__ '.4i..tu . -". }) 4,. h"1! jf':, -!'.."'. l"r.J"ri-S.,- .7.- "l, i ,-.."e. k.tJ.1_

Wring any such control, it transcends A cargo of China goods .reali d i T tic.e. tM ;'I1..B4. ..Aa eJ.:1 shall tB!. i'Ttrtujt! 'fr ra..J Hcf oat ot'tb .Cir-: .
for ed Bgenstndailrespectatie'deierai
the limits of its legitimate functions $200,000 in one week at San FYahcislo.: neW sale by duly appoint .t' .present my accounts and Tgucher as.Ad- :CUlt Court (or Dajil Cdnxy.wilt vxpuui',. .
J in medicine 1Jare ci- mizustratorftbe atateoffrnncfa: i atdi $ taJf.ia front bf'C ala the Tovap
w } .
ty destroying the internal organization 'On. the 20th Octobe'ianolther. c9r .s J. U id"all. ffMi'*.' *'s '- ;'/V *Ih,* :late of Dural:< n&3e ajw to5theonorai[ ; (J aeiioDwiI , . the who created ndentaLloqtcley, 13 : <, .. important towns throughoaVthe. b tiw f oitiie, boamof. < ue Inhat dUJ"&?ni of
sovereignties it. ; ye : '" '" -" -4t: his Judge,Trobate.of nid county,1or;Jtiul
I' ."2. Resolved, unanimously, Thnt.allritflry.whieh I Commodore,Jones'with a Dome U8'I St.ft. f1.' C." \ Ad 'a.n4 Brithlip.Mt c -b1,. .. ,.' 2'8et.tl: _ent otsr.l.d..Esa a.d shall,'aftlsarne, .',Johns JiwJv.-JbriB Hirer'.t,m intui tj>.Ctwat/wi4 1in of Duval U.auurdiQasSIio-f.boooded.folbuwired w'"

maybe acquired by,theirms I suite, 'wits'to'.have5 taken bis'.3eparfarc. : :. f.Aadress\'.<' > : auo5petli'.w9h f41 1's. : 3" i it. -time" pp1J'i .J whicKall eni!r.- ssionss' uch'aiutnto :Wi.1ci iti Be l .iti -t.h4t'SL'J b..ai.'ft'"jOo. .

tb 'bribe United States, or yielded for the.,mines' yesterdayhq(' 4. t '
bytreaty| with any foreignpower, be. of tb vhh;i ,.jUg. .ihiposjibleio 101 ineHver l'Sig1iec1 LBUTTS OJ th.1rrap ;. 2 i: $ 'h Oreek'atti.wwt i & @. 6andr driebt : '
I "
: : .r ,
.lOngs to t States ofthis Uni"as of the D mer- i 4Pcej1rhOle5aIei1it. '&.,". h\YJ.; ,; ..7' r fij t abn.'Wi1Jf' at .t ; n.-
le.le'erai.St : jn consequence 'f f ,1 0 ,
6 lrl'" .ot", ...f. 1. ,Ci-f'qt. .. _. ; i qntling'f.Htht.&ngt th.Jim back.the I'cpttbe
;Ur.-4 gn' ,
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9. % their joint and cO I1 t hich. I each and_all ha've (iain d'heripise: 4 .t '4 i J. ,' ;' J 1 k80a' .II.-tt. : i .nourustherstnn.be4reiibeee *, .
*' equal rights; pnrtybbtre; r : : : : > .
i :1. itt 1" **** w.**NS"n. -a A.- i j ; ingles tnto tlaiiTartnmJw iatttjai*
. Jaq.Jbat _the eqacttnehtby Federal letter from 1p7\1 *!OSa *>;;;.clroggistamerail tl ng tE ied ,o '
I circular! theupnai.cbi1 ; J t ; .. ---b 'toi&MHgafiediThii fJ Wlfs: r corMi *M'frbW (hef pmnl''ftf ualoff Att'a.fiO :
)jz I Yetn oott.or.a y law 'which'should tbTtJie; Cinc.sqijadion-w, :'bUV, : 'IT y4 SC_ ,tlt. _s." :,"...f.t..m. ;.JF-oUt--. tWu'.P.i"'-J'LI..cu.; ;r':,'.,,. -a 4h. e>lsiiy> .'- '.' Gtt .rf"raJWG' tir-fitt.d 1ie I'I''
tu'Mr I ; bU. eli, t.ouiIIs'aiH1 acheriAdhand : i.Ot1'-'1tdied. I' In'wiMHIo
Cecily, or by' its eflects the : ;rcadonibeqtartrd .!:, 'rt '' { .. (
; prevent recently! : -\W'f-.Vfb 1bW 't-dA. : .Jto.a h t .ud" ,1jt, l dt9f%." '
I Se/JMf .nnv.Stat'e. from emigrating," ,aIr< lne;'essels> in;which tie| W :of: t i:t q' ('t.f't.\q nt1foJo.al.Rtt1 O tr e., .T _.\Pft1P "':'
:g I .y'ejr! of ridiculous '** ..;'JAflI3,. ,DANIELStonuouttceiiIm 'A1.-.M" r' 'rr ot -> .iU"M4dtl. t
: 9n'd I.otTmuI4m.PnMe4
1 .
Jt. property, whatever' de- !ihejacer as: gold 4toffif} !% tit ;Bi. I t; > ; "t'bJJ''Lti
SIr :I \\flVk .:il1o, : ; "IP o pray adstnbatioiri4j .
such territory iiriiiJ J.q Jflc1ftMontrey,1D&uzscertaininWtba "
&c immdiately arr THOMAS'-L1\btll.-JCr _
; t: J. on : .ir : { jtMWI 1. :
*kj r: owcnramaUoninwarranteil by ur AI tar li' fjj l U.t ir$ f ticm, .- 8KINqEE4: !i i1 l : .' .-riI'' ?'f"Oea..lIiA .
tzld "iD i.j ;A'Ii.3f )hn&azu1.'J12)7lE-l84$ e. v 11 '.. '
to Tiolwion of theornptoiiesJ. G alifohia ;there fi a'g d 'd Adsif b'f &the tLOad7 M .., '

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;? -.5 '-l :-' 'tS S female ,
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nir 1 A-1 TAT and ; tSJsSark"V
gS: u in r Occupy'th'e'spacicjua FIVE sOayw4n great beauty superiorityof -
L 'BrTOS MOSELEY ? t l1TerIA QUkz. I15reaonto'j

Gcvenor of Florida S (.r.1 .which is devoted to the and. sale f 8 %e-," $ _-
-. Only.50 cents per cp3 copies ** 14 _i.9_'_* _exI4bWOu'.. tAJ t 'o41; :1.4'tP4& aI' '
.i1'; THEREAS, it has been made known tb'meWi THE SECRET OF lLtRL DESDMfiAUX S INSTBUMENT 'ClefldrCDgthJ fikIessTaluab1fortzoae iai.&T i

,i;ji b :by the Sheriff of Alachua Bounty, jn JULLY.REVEALED T 4A PRFN TEi5i OALrC OE & consumption -can,'be;cured, :'
alias James
this State that William ,
; of this imporuntMairimoniilA. Stock cotiOf _eai1y who -
who waS'Imprisoned on a charge of the S NEW EDITION Their fpresent* *
Black <
4; William Gibbons late of said County Companion has Justbeei isiued,under the editorial } ;One Iioiisaii'CPacIiasresif*-, -; OiniIa 1tI cO1cUWf t _
murder of. 4
supervision of R.M WEISS ELHOFF,M.D. o.4ffeOit byqulckeninge b1oo4aJ
;c( has eacaped from custody, and is a fugitive late of Paris, Midwifery, and; author of Embracing'and some coloringsanoT THpUJANDS .*#** Hectic flubhtweatdi ysiein: -
comprising everythingdesirable'
:;k1.i froinjosticer the celebrated work pa4 Gestation and,Child-Bit". patterns1 if. c totprofuieie SS
Hrie FOREIGN and; 1' i
in H&w ickwoaaB
Now KNOW u:, that I, William D. Moseley, whkh has had such an extensive ale in Europe and : V ?
:: ,, toration and
DOMESTIC. ** 4! t ** &* JtivWt .0 pain 5tr ** & !,Mo SSili
j :
Governor of Florida, by virtue of the authority America. .,.. _iya_. _
0V 5.55 1 .j. > ) m thestde&c k i AIM* *lh ft ft f- T- : f '* **
I vested; in me by law, do hereby offer a reward This edition is'a vast improvement upon Mann; All bfjWhich are offered:for e1e for cash or, f vT/ ;--5rj.* i' j '*- -Y (
of TWO HUNDRED DOLLaRS for the apprhensibn ceaa's old worK which was fhieflj designed to irid ac satisfactelcredit, at tit LQWESZRICbSbythe Si v 'have and* "' thpu iejrobeenjrf3ieied.iritnVa:: bod-not.ag .
?" T*'***' -3""i h be 5
4tff v'
M.M.'Detoineaax'a Powder vfr & can the iSteuVS
the reader to purchase
the 5.: ,
and his to
: of said fugitive delivery rJ S
; : Instrument, to prevent undesired; increase o( '5fl' i ?cured.s / > <: i'1 twn.wbIc1z13thcspfmcet
Sheriff of either Duval Alachua PiECE OR .
of the %
custody ah of.$10and his Portuguese
family, at expense Probably there never was a remedy.that has '
;;l'i. CountyihiSStatC. Female! Pills at$5 per box' In this ediuon, there isno New Styth1tiand received-j been sosuccessfulttonaa -
Memorandum.-William H. Watson, alias part of the original French work withheld. The many of them are got op forouz'o'wnsalesj] this it cleanses and strezijena the OJ'.THEjj4 : r
about five feet eight inches high whole' secret of M. M. Desomeanx's instrument and and not to. be found' isewherO .-. 41, :fcIS" ; :I 2RE &>
J:: James Black, nieihod is fulljr revealed and described, and the re 'Printed'lists of'prices .corrected from lystem, and":appears ta heal the ulcers On tb1ungsandthe V'j
;.. slender but well built, very erect, sallow com* : :
cipe of Desrtmeaux's Portuguese Female Pills is given to with Cver'aristion in the market, patients-gradually regafh'thcir Da jj *
3' plexionblackhair,bluish, grey eyes;is between entire in plain English terms, so that the purchaser day day, *" usual health and strength. V '*,?; / '- S diaea8e
of and has the marks of a are placed in the hands buyers.1 otth1at z'
25 and 30 age.
years will :
'y actually get OF with-a
wound on Ms'left shoulder. Merchants will be able to formBome'idea of CUMO US CASE CONSUMPTION : terrible
: gun-shot FOR FIFTY CENTS There is scarcely a day but there are, th'egreate1 part of: the.4jfj
i .:Given under my hand,and the great Seal of the extent and variety of our assortment,when passes
p. of the State at the Capitol, in Tallahassee, WHAT DR. MAURICEAU SELLS AT we state, that.the, value of our usual stock of, a number of cases Consumption reported as troubl &witb

it!iL this 5th day, January, A.D., 1849. SIXTEEN DOLLARS. this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice,the'value of ;ured by the use of Dr.Townserid's' Hrsaparilla. Bering thelijart,which;\\fcit

- WILLIAM D. MOSELEr, Every who has been deceived by the trick the entire, stock of dry goods usually kept,by The following was5recent1 received: tressing, : ; a frequently Md

Governor of Florida.By of Mauriceau's person work,should purchase this, and thus our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact.''to.. DSL..TowNSEKD-rJD Sir if For the 'last lm.Acr.bed. TEejrnpture; j y'.,
the Governor: escape the extortion which he attempts to practice. gether with the fact, that our means, and bur .hreeyears I have been aiBicted.with general and severe, .Shad
S. A. E. MAXWELL Secretary of State. After reading this edition any one may avail himself attention, instead of being divided among a vast debility, and nervous consumption Jof the last uccaeswith utfltUebe5L 5to
, ** of Desomeaux's invention,at once,,without dollar of variety of articles, ire devoted wholly to OMB, stage,'andrdid not expect to ever gain my health ,takezi but.thee bottlej fz

t: .ian.13,1849. expense in any village in the United States. All the will render the advantages which we cal offer at all; After going through'a course of medicine dii e ehenI ele1yrlj.j bftb.
seprriftofMeurieeau, Desomeaux.'and Geissner, are and under the care >of some of theinostdstin. of theeartand tie xuiix
Ii S1OO REWARD to dealers perfectly obvious j1 it shall be :b ; I
: is
other edition worth
here fully revealed. no .
that .who visit guished regular physicians and members of the tirelydfiappeared.'S' '
be for the apprehension of S our care none our
WILL given B. HARDIN who escaped from purchasing.KJ"Single copies of the Married Woman's Private shall meet with any disappointment. Board Health in New.York, and .elsewhere, She has also had, the dropsy, arid
Jail in Duval county on the night of the Mediral Companion,will be sent by mail, in a close Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and spending the i most 1 of my earnings in attempting mucli swollen., TWe: had to idea tha S

i:. the last where, he was confined ont envelope, to any partof the United States,for 50 cts., the rear. ', LEE, JUDSON & LEEl' 'to Regain''my health,and'after read to febdufttedj u e .
: of S
3d January and Larceny. Said postpaid,to Dr.11. M. WEISSELHOFF. Box 2710, P. E-B.F. LEE; formerly of the firm of ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I f esolved diseases, A St
for Burglary
; conviction New York City, or THREE COPIES for ONE to it. After using six bottles I found it pear relieved .hereof tie
senior try ,
is about 35 old, about 5 feet 10 Lord & Lees, and late partner of the original dropey. 'Ij, ttc
Hardiu years DOLL R. No unpaid letters will be taken from the
complected but sallow firm of Lee.fc.Brewsterirom which con done me great good, and.called to see you at that this statement is so stnige is to
rather light whatever
z'r inches high, Post Office. No agents are employed to
hair light, or sandied, small, dull, muddy blue sell this NEW EDITION, which can only be obtained nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed your office;with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction,,but it isiyefllie1
business in 'connection with Messrs.Lee most heartily thank you foryour itdviceIpeseverein reality. Youf.Sarsaparillauable .is eetah
downcast look, lips thin and closely compressed by sending as above. Publication Office, 258 &
,.tL;.;4; eyes, beard thin and scattering. He carried Broadway, N. Y. City.NEW. Judson, and assures his friends that the new taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been .medicinei and should be vseij y 41.j
off two with him when he escaped from concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to.attendoto. usual labors >for the last onediat'. issufferingas i banbe

Jail; since negroes which time he has been roaming at EDITIONOF this branch of trade, which formerly distin four months, and I hope by.the blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are ttt ffiwtY to
committing other crimes. The above guished the other two, houses to which he be and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.- call at in.bousOnd hate ocular denciatntica/
large DR. "WEISSELHOFFS SCIENTIFIC WORE 'helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours :rezpectl *
! t reward will be paid by the undersigned on longed. June25, 1847. 2y. '-'- IlyS
I delivery to the Sheriff of Duval County. my ,, T
* r OLIVER WOOD r JOHN M.. PONS, SABTAIN'S UNION MAGAZINE.OF Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug.2, 1847* 5 5:5 SS

OSCAR HART, A. M. REED, A MEW and beautiful edition*of this relebrated LITERATURE AND ART State ofNen" Jersey, Efsex Covnty, :.-Cliius.Quimby S DYSPEPSY." r r

.: THOMAS L3DWITH, C. P. COOPER, work, 01 the subject of GESTATION AND CHILDBIRTH being duly'sworn according to law, on No fluid ormedidine.has et r beenWTWA
GREGORY YALE by R. Weisselhoff M. D., late of Paris. FOR JANUARY, 1849. his oath saith. that the :foregoing statement is ed which so nearly rambles, the gastriejnW1or
hasjot been issued in New York. It is a work which
true according the bestof his knowledge and saliva in decomposing strenrtiaS-
A. A. CANOVA, should be in the hands of every Man and Woman who
MRS.,C. H. KIRKLAND AND PROF. J. S. HAST EDS. belief. CI1&S.-. QUThIBY. the of
Dec. 9 164S. tf organs' digestion ai this'prersraticaw'
b't Jacksonville, has incurred, or intends to incur responsibilities
; .()f the Marriage state. It will be fouad of special value Sworn and subscribed to before,me at Orange, .Sarfaparilla. :positively cures every'cm tf tt
to those whose means health or other circumstances Eigftty pages of letter press on nero type and extra the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepeia,-however severe or thronicv <*

HOLMES fc CO. do not permit them to increase the 'number of fine paper, three svperb mezzotint? embellishmentst Justice of the Peace, BArx DEPAuTtENT.AJJA L157 0I84&. > 1ft

: their family, without great inconvenience, suffering, and eight other varied illustrations. DE. Tow5SERjarr I have been,aktd'
or perhaps risk of life.. A method of avoiding these TWO CHILDREN SA VZD. for 'several
HOLMES & CO., have removed years dispfpsia ia i Iti wo'form
i. MESSRS.stock of Merchandize to the large troubles reiebiated and dangers French Physician.at will,{recently) is fully discovered communicated by T REPublic are already aware that the Union Very few families indeed-in fact we'have ,attended with sourness or tohiac ;:less:
Magazine has changed residence, as well not heard of that us&l Dn Townsend's of etite-extrenie
,:: building formerly occupied by the United States, in this work. The means prevention cost comparatively one- ap '.heartburn, and :*- peat
.r known as the Government Building. They nothing and are within the reach of all.- as changed hands, since the publication of'the Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past averipn-.,to ;all kinds ,of fried; and fcr v1j ect

t: have added to their stock, by the late arrivals The process is new, sale, infallible, convenient, and December number, Messrs. Bantam and bloana- summer, while those that did not sickened and (what could eat) I Lave been unable to reUia

; .f from New York,.a fall assortment of Dry Goods, simple,and cannot injnre the health of the most deli ken having purchased it of the former proprietors died. The certificate we publish below:is.con. but amall portion oh my stottMTch." Itriedt&i

. ; Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c., cate. Nor does it curtail matrimonial privileges in ,, and transferred its place of publication clusive evidence of its values and is only another usual :remedies, but they Vad bni little'or tif
the least. from New York to Phikdelphia. In addition, instance of its saving lives'of children effect in
which they are prepared to sell at reduced iDE removing thecompltiht I wiitiadae ved
03"There is DO deception or humbuggery of any also: to the services of Mrs. Kirkland who will
TOWNSEMD-Dear Sir: I had'two children about two months
; : sinccj to
try Extracts
prices. kind about this work. It is precisely what its title indicates your to
continue heretofore contribute its '
They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, ,a scientific publication,containing information to to pages cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, dJniust sq- with little cn.Sdetiee .;
: Hides," and other produce of the country, at the of great value married people or those contempla ,the proprietors have engaged,as an associate complaint and dysentery one wasonlyf.15 ;'but after using 'nearly two ,bottles.,!*

highest Market rates, and make cash advances ting marriage,expressed in plain language which all Editor,Professor John S Mart, of Pit iladel- month old and the other. 3 years.,t.They'were found my'appetite restored ancf"ilje eartburaf r

:t consignments to their friends in Savannah can understand, The whole story is told, and the phia.It. very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, :ahd::1 woeld earnestly'* '

p and Charleston, or New York. means of accomplishing the objects of the work fully is confidently believed that the patrons of die; they were i"given up' by?two respectable commend,, the use of it to those,who late b aafilictedaalflatfc.been.
and faithfully given,so that the reader avail himself the Magazine will, find signs of '
They have a new article of Wrought Iron physicians. When the doctor informed us that ; YcnrsSc iiicc
of it at without medicine S S
once 5
b purchasing any as well as change. Its external is "
Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call instrument or other article, from the author. The appearance we must lose them,we, resolved to try your ZMIDT;
L the attention of Planters. means of protection which it recommends may also improved. For evidence of this, the reader, Sarsapurilla had heard so much of, but had N.fR: Pnrchasetbne but such aaf hate wnp

Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf be relied upon, without fear of disappointment in need only look for himself. In the pictorial, little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pens that hide"the bottle completely and bTI'

:: jury. department) Magazine may now fearlessly ,that is worthless: but we are -Tery, the written signature of RP;TQrtli8 tSD

NOTICE TO SETTLERS Beware of Frauds on this Work. challenge a comparison with any outs rivals.In thankful that we did, for ii undoubtedly saved Principal Office,.126 Fulton-st.SQn BnildiW,,. -
Beware of a catch penny fraud upon this work at respect to the LITERARY,character of the the lives of bothV write this that others'tuay' N.Y' Bedding co.8 State. r: Bostem'j'Dvjttfc

*'_,,,e.! Under "Armed S Occupation Act." 25 cents, which is only adecoy,to promote the saleofMaurkeau's Magazine, it will be the earnest en'deayor of all be induced to use it l Yours respeetfbllj' sons,' 132 Hortfr Sec dndit Thiladeljiaf; trd
or Desomeax's instrument$10, far concerned in its publication to secure for it 4' JOflN WILSON.Jr
@S S.Hanc Baltimore1
: rriHE UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United the same object that the work itself pretends to be contributions oPthebeL"wniterhat the S >; druggist; 'Durel & & 4k
Myrtle-ayenue, BrooklynSept..15 1847* .. Kichroond;.;EiM. Cohen/Charleston 4ii t i
JL States Treasury &c. will attend at the written, the real secret my original work being affords. The
4)S.S. country already; &C0..151. 'barr IMfealiPearV ,
below withheld; Those who wish for the original and genuine L VNATIC AYSLUM. ,. .st.NewOrleanst
::1itc g following places, on the days specified before,to work, by WeisselhofT, with private notes entered into arrangements for articles from James 5 5 Cummings,SEIrj. on'e 6f the'Assistanta t.Albany; R. Tan TBuclurk, 2"MrT ef '

:;':; take and receive proofs, by depositions added by his own hand can obtain it only by sending almost every writer distinction in the United in the Lunatitf Ayslum.Uldckwell'sIsIand.'is the Market and; road-sIsNewark;: Nf. && 'tff

;;': him, .in relation to.the settlement and occupation directly to him, as he employs no Agents whatever, States, of which they.offer what they.claim to gentleman spoken of in the following letter principal 'Druggists' and Merchants'ifaefliy fet :be
of all persons who obtained permits under and never sells the work at wholesale-therefore no'Book be very respectable''first fruits," in the present '
; y.- the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to pro Agent, Pedlar, Postmaster Bookseller can number. S RHEUMATISM.. hrodghontthe United' tates. WcsindUt IMthe.Canadas <'

vide for the Armed Occupation and Settlement possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, therefoie This is only onerof;more than fopr thousand S 5 5j .. .A.;M S ,.REED*,Agrat. .-.
of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Flori- ,of false copies and imitations,which may not only NOVEL.A cases of rheumatism that1 Dr.TownsendV Sarsaparillar ; ,

;: da" approved August 4th 1842, and who were be worthless,but dangerous! 'All infringements of special feature for the present volume will has cured'The *>mo8t severe ''and Tebrury6,1848 ly lbIf
S; ? under that Act and the Act amendatory the copyright are promptly prosecuted; and cheats be the publication of an Original Novel, the chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary

occupants thereof approved June 15th, 1844, andj.t will only sell altered or abridged copies. This is the manuscript of which has been purchased for tyirtues :. -j, ** SS i: D
iL only original and true work-no other can be genuine k'
the The
who actually occupied or settled under said thousands of'copies have been sent by mail with purpose. publication of this novel ,,BLAcKsvL'IsLANDep14 j 1647. ,
; Acts and did not voluntarily relinquish and perfect safety.tO" will commence in the third number, and ti'illin S DE. TowKSENp a Sir: ? I havf isuffercd '

. abandon, the same; but continued to reside on Copies of this work will be sent,in;a close envelope no case be extended into the succeeding year, even terribly for nine yearswith' the rheumatism f I BWLINGAELEY.-' :. ,, '- n
: said frontier South of the line dividing Town- ,at single letter postage,to any put of the United though a large number of extra pages have to considerable of the time I"could not e sleep S TflI Subscriber baa, 'eeenttyt1' : ; : fttt

.r5 ehips numbers nine and ten, South and East of States, for$1, sent post paid, to be printed to. bring* it to a conclusion-before or workjj.had :the most distressing pains,and J :and fttediflfldSajc, 5.

;t. the base line specified in said Act of 1842, DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF, the close of the volume. my limbs were terribly 'swollen' 'I have used Bnroothpaciothiise former/*

, thereby aiding to effect the objects o'f said Act, Box 2710, New York.City, Premiums four,bottles' .of your Sarsaparilla,and they have hed by Government, 'icod 'occupied by JMffLancaster.

PUBLICATION Ormx, 338 Broadway, New done me more"than one thousand dollars worth1of ,He has akojnst finished asflMlBowling. tru
York City. The following splendid Engravings suitable 'good-I amf so much"\betterJ Indeed I *ain' '
': Newnansville Alachua County on Thurs'day S S Alley/, connected withhi est Wyilme'nti
: 12th October, .10 days. Jan.6,1849. Sra for Parlor Ornaments,- have beemengrayed at entirely'jreliefed/. You larS- .liberty to 'use and,'at present,the only cite in Jti WS | 5
r.j: S S an of more than $1000..and this for the benefit ofthI affiied.4. E
Af Pond Levy County on Monday 23d expense are. : i vflle which will Se'bpen t the pDilic JS**'' -
Long ,
A. M. REED as Premiums in connection with the Ma.zineThe Yours JAMES CUMM1NG8.
October 10 f .5 ,respectfully, daynext,7ihe 23d October: iAshetaf le *falfgreaUrbuble
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price of either picture is of itself S3.' COULD' NOT WALK: and' to, fforf l\S* plt '
At Micanopy, County, on Thursday, constantly on hand.a .well assorted expense
2d November, 2 days. HAS of v A large whole-length Portrait if GtnZ. Taylor, That'DH Townsend's1*Sarsaparilla is tfee ye heahhjr recreation, hetnwU iat>w fpwillbeirewardedj .
S Represented resting on his war-horse Old rybest remedy]for female complaints' ?is '"J' -. c
At St.Augustine St. John's County, on Thurs ;
tI L day, 9th November, 10 days. Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, Whitey.. .Engraved on steel, in Mezzotinto,.by no disputing; thousands and thousands, of 'Join CLAM wflralipiys e WiaiichoicestLIQTJORS

fl1t11, At St.Lucie County, on. Monday,.27th November Hardware Crockery &c. viz J. Sartain, from Daguerreotypestaken from weak and.. debilitated females that were prostrated 'and. HATAJfAYi
:' 10 days.ACMellonville. ; life expressly for this plate. .Size of the.work byjthose i
i'T ,, Orange County, on Thursday S Superfine Flour,in bbls and 3 bbls; exclusive of the margin 24 by 16 inchesGroup ; ,spon1 in the enjoyment-robust. 'found with'hina, in jthia paitiwlar., t, '%- 4i
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14th December, 10 days. Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; of Portraits the Washington Family healthi 5 S S T1iS *

'IC At Ocala,Marion County, Monday, 1st Jan- Hams,Bacon, Pork,F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; Including Gen..Washington,Lady.Washington, : New YORK, Sept 23 1847: f fx. Jacks nifleOi, 21lI4BP 3a7 U

: ri ; nary, 10 days. Iackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; : Eleanor Parke Custia, George Washington S -,-.. ....-;..,,,--Bear.' Sir i, Mywifehas; ; '

_ At Chocochattie, Benton County, on Monday, Goshen. Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, Parke Custis, hand W fayorite Ser the JasVyear: been: Tej7sicIc'andin a greatly CAfiCiNED BLASTER $E$ .
Irish Potatoes vant.' Engraved in-Mezzotinto steel reduced state _bf health
15th January, 10 days. ; on by 31 ; being'reduced by.a
At Tampa, Hillsborough County, on Monday, Sperm Oil, Candles; Sartain, from the,.original. bySavaeLiSize: ,' variety of complaints suclras'femalelsareliable P. 'CGIN'C' f Pflldi ? 1I

I -- 30th January, 10 days. S Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee: exclusive of margin, 24 by;1 6,inches. i .w. to f-Bhegofreo-bad at length that she was entire- "tfnue manufacture5 V4.V( 1L

U At Key West,Monroe County, on Monday, 14th Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; 5 '" Remember- our Premiuijw are not from t old '.Iyunaleowalkan4waiaa helpless as child: PLE cf the whitest and :

February, 10 days.At Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and S Pulverised morn out Mdgazine'pJatesf-not worth the postage shecommenCeusingyOur Sdiipaijfla,,and that can produced,at the lowjrit f 4PI3M I

Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 S Sugar on their transmission,asiis, the case with she imniediately:begin' to'regaih'hef strength, cash.per barrel,,freshly pup1ZUE

U days.. Brandy,Rum' ," Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol. Turpentine 'the offers of,some others.The Proprietors: her.complaints leftier, andaft r.takinfievei shipping conditition. .
All cases presented will be examined and ; S Sartain's.Union.Magazine,intend in all instan-' ral ;bottles'she iestortL ;Being Angular ';AiO3"STREOTYPE $ $

Lc reported on.and persons interested are requested : London Porter, Port,Madeira, and.Champagne. 'ces,when-a miseth1njofreaImenitOldaue'is made, to produce" isome- S case I thought it might do;:good;to publish jtr-r anti L4NDPJI4STE&t PLkS I

.to have their permits, depositions, and witnesses Wine; ? ?'%*i : She used number, remedies that done.her Direct orders to the prcprtost'i'.bilLI11 I

.4'. ready, and .be prepared to.prove their Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &o. ?'S -fir TERMS: "'v"_ eOnecopyof nn'rmXlo ? si. 'Yoiretdfly; 1ireEi S L
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eases fully, in conformity, with the printed in- Complete Assortment of Dry Goods the Magazine,indono of the' i S 'PCOGOS&CQ I
Calicos, Ginghams;Muslins Bonnet and g S 4 ,, & S' ? '
Btructions forwarded each claimant. ,* "' ., t : : '? I
: .' ,./ ; HUGH ARCHER S Ribbons; f S ** p Twi 'copies of the.iuagazine r and j one of, LADIES:; ,f .: S'k 44U I
.T Agent United States Treaiury.ttI Sheetings Irish and Sbfrtin .bleach'd and unbleachtt; Premiums; ** tf Vl*"$*i *i 5 00 ; ;; : --S J

QcU.14,1848. nl Linen'Diaper,Bishops and Long.Lawn; Five copies*of the Magazine and-one of .
S. :'S'- '
Cambrics "Jaconet S S :
.5 Swiss!and cross bar Mnnlin Aandlspeedy
-Ira S the Jfrenuums, anaa-copy of the:Mag- .& for AvcTIoWEFR
Hdkfs ? jjure incipient consumptiosJand .'
Hosiery .Gloves '
Land for-Sale.a Suspenders; >- w : : .'JAC1SONflijtTkM:1
Linen and:Cotton it4QPGS1ng1 foz&1he'gener1 prostratipnvof the system no -
TYieoffer for sale two tracts, of'Land TickingSj Wine white and brown Osnabnrg; copies ,. 0. 5 cts. matrcr''whether the resultpf inhereni lcaustyor t
Ij : : one of which was purchased from Jno. M & &c &o Linen 'Drill[ for panta S T;The money taust tompany e&ch order ciuses, produced!by]irregulantj-j illness or 5ban&reetectu11y soiIetted. 3

t4 Bowden, situated on Lake George and consists U No letters taketffrom thep t m e unless the acdiIt't st&3' K*" 't'5, %4S' "*': : ksflsy.61848
rcZiwilkjGingham and 36tton 4t
of.threehiuidred and 'fifty acres, mare less ;in steel' po5tage .
or, ?
and whale bone frames i ."> i vT& erv fHardaarejfr :Rowing,c an ..inyigora4itg : T
1t pine ;land, hammock with'a large orange Cutltry-lKxuies; .: .&adre s eecs.qn iJtEe human.frame ,.iPer'aHd'lassftud : SS'S
Scissors.? -"tt
.The other from Raxorst Thlnl Stree --P
grove. was purchased William opposiWM Ebi1e'e frat t
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Nails Butts '
,Binges; ;Knifes '
Gardiner, sitttated near'the above mentioned
Tea Tnys ""' onc4tecome robut kud(nfl energy nnderItsinftcince. !4 t
S tract:on theSt. John's River' and consists of .;;;It immediately/counters Cts 4Ke : ; : :z

two4hundred and fifty acres, more or less,-oak, flytfle8 thfettle 2eUohijUie .
.ic;' and pIne land. \ t' ,J < Ret. ti.iLt ;sontil E;F7Gov
The rabote lands will be, offerea.i.for.sale at: ties, &o&c4. 1 'c : ? : y, ,, not, '1849 between the 1iO s bf'1 SCTf ti taawff.sodcUcaM **& Pn.Esq. Cba1e5tofljS, CEestXt I
A few Riaes lotr expe tedofusj'n -,
priced- Powder Flasks! J Intl 2LOndjconthIn1
Auction at the Court seat Jac'kson- i
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nature to elicit certificate of Bteore Charleston 8
"A Good Assortment bfCro&ery end'TiJi Ware. ewes: ." ., _.
160 4
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yule, ;on the sOcondMonday'inl849. A.D O revra.as foarwedjm ; ur t
Boots& .SAsM -MenX Women's and
r THOS.J.v[JONES, wI1atetaz.du toriheyearis4 I
.- j Boots and Shoes,.of.all kindsr r nreportou&S
JNO.8AMMIS. Saidlandaartsectio ,5Ld:

i J&knillNoy11th1S48.- I ;, .'' 4m x A ?: ; ; ? WI s ed TQ5tD V 'weakne" *,k Mpdfe and;general'eiitg dibiliy t1ydis.t t S SiIs44County4deeeaaed I

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CORDIALS, &dr-vMaraichino Curacao, I' ;8OZY55 $ non-resident of' *_ I

I ; Lemon Syrup; Raisins, CiU UNa.-A f. sinle and double CtIhengjtende4or3ucba "
ron Currants j Preserved Giogerj-Fresh 'S 'Oniiotuor_ ,q n1ityptorsoi aZbye1b11M VV m,>&J 7ingde" aod-t. "iwhalftver 'StI
monand Lobster in cases,Sardines;*Olives. Ca- 1bei.L: described obtaJne a'Jbcwfihbf yourExfer otofSar : taWw20 mder- iahia tio usk'

S pen Currant Jelly, 'Blackberry Jwaj Jcjube plrina -tht4i91hei thtt'.w41bpl.au1bei
PaateEeflncdLIquoricO&A For aleby *?** .
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Sp ? jTtrfM vAi 8.4wKi*' & 7m t .

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