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 10, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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I .,..I..r ibm 'itll.11I I.Rgress.1AT It'\ of "" : .f: so as respects the vessels of the :)
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WITH: ; HANOVER, OF COMMERCE ..., .r ', ..' '.: .1. .tnres merchandize imported into theUnited .1 .

AND NAVIGATION.CONCUJBKD : I :. < __ States in the same from the said foreign nation t1 '

: JUNE 10, 1846. > or fro ;'any other. foreign:country, e.lJd je*> ii.t.. t
OUR COUNTRY. !U X .. ',.d.( "pension'ta.take effect,fromthe"timeyt such no- ; ::

*fresident ef the United States of America. ,tificationbting given to the, President. of the UnN :j ,

f "t APRUCLAMATIOM.treaty: 4 ted States,.and'to.continue w long as the recipe : :

i a commerceand.navigation VOL. XI.] JACKSONVILLE, SATIfrILD4Y. MORNING, IEfl1UJtfly: .le..i49 ;'. i j .rocaLexemption vOfvesseli: belojugtocitizens,.. :
I WhtreAI of America and his [ o., .,of the United States, and.their cargces, as airsaid ,J '"aCfe:
.tvetD die United of States Hanover, WiI s concluded I I ,- --.- -.--. -. -- -- -- ---- -----_ ._ .-- -- -_ _-I _. ,'I I shalfb* continued; *fld-no longer: 'iT '
f ty the King the city of Hanover on the tenth i growth produce, or manufacture of the king- duty only as the inhabitants of the country applicable to the two c untrie- ; and 1o become; -And whereas satisfactory evidence,has J lately -1 :

r il1'nPne: thousand eight hund,ed and forty- : dom of Hannyer, or of its fisheries, or of the U..',, wherein the said personal property is situate, a party'thereto ; that is td say,'to all the said ,(been received by me, from his Majesty! heJEtaperor i J

t, betof to tbe English andUerS i States or their fisheries, from or to the ports of' shall be subject to pay in like cases. stipulations and provisio&sexcepting only those Brazil, through official commnnicaytion !JJ1
which treaty; word for word as to lows: said kingdom, or of the said United States, In case of the absence of the personal representatives relating to the State, and .Weser tolls, in which' of Mr.Fclippe Jose Pereira Leal'hU charge ,

L iptiSJSSuws of America and his Majes-; which shall not equally extend to all other the same care shall be' taken of the the government of'Oldenburg has ho interest, 1 t,d'affairea:in the: United States_, under-ii date,:! ofthe2.Oc14 ,I 1
f tt-nover equally animated with i powers and States.i I property of a native in like case, until the lawful and over which it has no control: !?, )oiw) that -_ -r.o higher. .4J :
of j t
'7d the King the privileges of their navi-, i I ARTICLK TH. I owner may take measures for receiving it. Now, therefore,-the undersigned, .BaTonW. ,: uties 9f''tonzage and imjoit ai: .!.iuos d or Ieve i'II ..-
Ire placing: extended liber- The mutual- If question should arise several E. ledin. 'tht pOrtS w r Brazil upon 'ft'lSelS'fwhoUT->
be bai of the most high contracting parties engage, any among Beaulieufarconnay, of the privy'council of ; ) ;
ptioa on other : claimants which of them the said his belonging td citizens of th. :United -States'.and,. ;
nd of affording' otherwise every en- ly, not to grant any particular favor to to property Royal Highness, and at the Department of : '.
v!32 *eD1l'nt"I1nJ facility for increasing the i nations in respect of navigation and duties of belongs, .the same shall be finally decided by Foreign Affairs, on the part of Oldenburg,'and upontheproducejnanuftoturesornierchandue ., j't.
intercourse between their respecKXS1 -i customs, which shall not .immediately become the laws and judges of the country wherein it A. D. Mann,'special agent, OB the part of the'U.: I.j imported jn the same from: the United State's"and': : .'. :11:'
have re.olved to settle in a defini : common to the other party ; who shall enjoy : situate. States, invested with foil powers to this effect from any foreign conta1whateveitbiii ..,'\
d.. the rules which hall be observed the same freely, if the concession was freely I Where, on the decease of any person holding found in good'and due form; have this'day signed .' levied on Brazilian' ships and their cargoes Ia :w ,

liTeTaun.r the one and the other, by means of aBetween I made, or on allowing a compensation, as near : real estate within the territories of one party, in duplicate, and'have exchanged thia dec' the lame ports under'like circumstancrs: --. J1.' *\ :
n."iption and commerce.i for which as possible, if the concession was conditional. such real estate would, by the laws of the land, laration 'of the. accession';(hereby'agreed: .to on Now therefore,J.JAMES; IL POLK.' Prcsi-/ ,,;)

tret7 or President of the United States has ; ARTICLE YUL I' descend on a citizen or subject of the other, the part of the United States) of his Royal Highness dent of.the United States,pfAmerioa! ,,_dihere. 4 t';

erpose the full powers on A. Dudley Maun,their In order to augment by all the means at its were he not disqualified by alienage, such citizen the Grand' Duke"Oldenburg: for the by declare lndjroclailm, that 'o' uch..ftU""f: : Iseveral *,?.

,aferre1 to his Majesty the King of Huno- | bestowal, the commercial relations between the or subject shall be allowed a reasonable Duchy of Oldenburg; to the treaty aforesaid.} r' acts Imposing diacriminatiag duties of I ;:

Ipecill agent Majesty the King of Hanover hasfcrtishea United Mates and Germany, the kingdom of time to sell the same, and t9} withdraw the proceeds he effect' of which accession and.agreement Is tonnage and impost within the United States aze'J; -,

ItT and hS with the like full powers tfie Baron;!'Hanover hereby agrees to abolish the import '- without molestation, and exempt from all' hereby declared to be to establish the said trea and_shall,be,suspended and discontinued so fay f
de Faleke, of his private coun- ,!, ty on raw cotton, and also to abolish the existing duties of detraction on the-part otl 'sonrnmen' ty between the high parties this declaration: as respects thevessels: .Brazil, and the pro : SI.-.

;, 0re'redeflC' Grand.Cr of the Koyal Guel- transit duties upon leaves; stems, d strips of the respective States. as fully and perfectly; to all intents and purposes duce, ,manufactures, And merchandise imported j j *f
cii, toS\; ofter exchanging their full ol tobacco, in hogsheads or casks, raw cotton in The capitals and effects which the citizens er as ifs!! the provisions 'therein 'contained, into the"United' States in the same, from'Bra-- j| $r:[

1 rXndingood and due form, have con- bales or bags, whale oil in casks or barrels, and subjects of the respective parties, in changingtheir excepting as above exceeded, had been ratified .zil and from any other.foreign; country whatev-! .. ; 1 **''
I powers, JgigneSsubject to ratification, the I rice in tierces or half tierces. residence, shall be desirous of removing word for word in a separate treaty concludedand er, the said suspension to take effect from tb,': 'i u:.

1 I eluded I articles: And, further, the kingdom of Hanover tblii from the place of their domicil, shall likewise ratified between them, in the ordinary day above mentioned,and to continue thenceforward I i f n\:,

( following ARTICLE I. i gates itself to levy no Weser tolls on the aforementioned be exempt from all duties of detraction or emi form. so! long as the reciprocal exemption: of the 4..-ft: :

contracting parties: agreed that I articles, which are destined for, or gration on the part of their respective governstnents. In witness whereof, the above named plenipotentiaries vessels of the United States, and'the produce,. > f-
The high manufactures and merchandize '.
kind produce,manufacture, or merchandise landed in, parts: or other places within iU territory have hereto affixed their names imported inte ;
whatever of any foreign country, can be, from |i on the Weser; and it moreover agrees"that ARTICLE zi. and seals. Done at Oldenburg, this tenth day Brazil in.the same as aforefaid, shall be.contix. ;<* ;.
time lawfully imported into the United '. if the States bordering upon said river The present treaty shall continue in force for March, 1847. .ued on the part of.thegovernment! Brazil*r 4 t[

ime to in their, own vessels, may also be impor shall consent at any time, however soon, to abolish the term of.twelve years from the date hereof, W. E. BEAULIEU [ s.] Given under'm'h nd, at the city Wasi- !j :
Swtes which and collect and further until the end of twelve months after A. UUbLEYIANN.IARCONNA.Y'll. ington this fourth day November, in the yea* '
; vessels of the Kingdom; of Hanover; and | the duties they levy [ s.J 3??:;.
.a in or other duties upon the tonnage: or upon said articles destined for ports or other the government of Hanover on the one part.or I ,-.- ,- of our Lord one thousond eight hundred and '.J :oP'. ..'
oo higher of the vessel shall be levied or collected, j places within the Hanoverian territory, the that of the United States on the other part; ADDITIONAL ARTICLES TO THE TREATY forty-seven, and the seventy-second of the lade :J" 1'. :;
jirco shall have notice of its intention of terminating WITH MEXICO. I 'dependence. of the United States. '
whether the importation be made in a vessel 01 kingdom of Hanover will readily abolish the given ;; i-.
the'United States or in a Hanoverian vessel.4ml .- Weser tolls upon the same articles destine for the same; but upon the condition First and fifth artiet's oftheunratijied Convent'on JAMES. K-: POLE :: ,

in like manner, whatever kind of produce, ports and places in such States. hereby expressly stipulated and agreed, that if betrteen the United States and the Mexican Republic .- :By the President: l1; .

, Kiautacture:! or merchandise of any foreign I It being understood, however; that the afore- the kingdom of Hanover shall determine, during of tht 20fA November, 1843. JAMES BUCHAJIAK, &Sitrtttry& /,. :.:;; ;;.
be from time to time lawfully im- said stipulations shall not be deemed to the said term of twelve years, to augment .
tnuntry, can pro- ARTICLE 1. : A RESOLUTION to explain act passed twen'tyfourth : :' ;
wrted into the kingdom "Hanover in its own ;! hibit the levying. upon the said articles a taxi the existing import duty upon leaves, strips, or I June b
; I All claims citizens of the Mexican i eighteen hundred and.tart7' \
the stems of tobacco, imported in hogsheads or republic .;. :
also' be imported in vessels of the i sufficient for defraying expense of maintaining
tessels, may the eight, entitled "An act for the relief of W. B. :
casks duty which at this time does not exceed against government of the United St.ates :
and other duties the respecting transit goods. ,
fated States ; no higher or regulations Slaughter, late of the .
.. which shall be in the Secretary Territory ef -
thaler and one ngrogchen one presented manner and : r...
the tonnage or cargo of the vessel shall be But in no ease shall such tax exceed eight pfen one gut per Wisconsin" : .
upon time hereinafter and all claims ..
expressed of
itfied or collected, whether the importation be nings Hanover currency, (two cents U. States hundred pounds Hanoverian currency and citizens of the United States,against thegov.rn.ment Resolved ty the Senate and House of Represt < :: 2
the the other. for hundred pounds Hanoverian weight, (seventy cents per one hundred pounds '
one i
nude in vessels of one party or currency) the United
of.the Mexican tqtives of States ofAmtricain '
which Congress ,
Whatever may be lawfully exported or re-ex- weight (one hundred and four pounds U. States United States currency and weight,) the gov.erument republic, assembled Thot ". : (
j ever cause, were not submitted to 'nor considered words ofth.
of Hanover shall give a notice of one I t Hecltl ;
in its vessels to i
one party own any weight.)) "
by of Wisconsin
ported nor finally decided by the commission Treasury where occur .- "
year to the government of the United States ,nor se :
like be I ILThe
foreign country may, manner expor- ARTICLE by the arbiter the I in the act entitled "An act for W.
appointed convention of
i before to do and at the the'releCt !
to each proceeding so; expiration :
\edorr -ported in the vessels of the other.- high contracting parties grant Slaughter late of D.'l
1839 and which ,
each in the : of that year, or any subsequently, the i shall be presented in the man- Secrta :: :
1iijlhe, same duties bounties and drawbacks other the liberty of having, portsof Wisconsin ..
government ofthe United States shall have full ner and time hereinafter specified, shall be referred twenty
vice-consuls commercial : fourth i
iLiH be collected and allowed, whether such I' the other consuls, een hundred and
to four commissioners' who shall form forty-eight, ,
and to the treaty a b ,
right abrogate present
of their power
be made in and vice-commercial agents own
or re-exportatior Yes- agents, ulate ,
%. uporUtion notice of six months to board, and shall be appointed in the following Secretary of the Territory of Wionailj'; : _
one party or the other. Nor shall : appointment, who shall enjoy the same privileges by giving a previous and that the said 0,
jielsofthe manner, that is to : Two commissioners shall act aonstmed exeev
Hanover continue it .
i the of or to say .
I or other charges of any kind be impos- and powers as those of the most favored government : ted .1
higher the rebels 01 the nations but if of the said consuls shall car- I (at its option) in full force until the operation be appointed by the President of the Mexican Bccoringly. '. j '
I the : of one V..rIY uu ; any .
nitn ports manner republic, and the other two the President 28, 18.8. ;
thereof shall have been arrested in the by of ;
shall be in the trade they shall be subjected to the same ,
I other, than are or payable same ry on .. .
States with the - .
first in the article.ARTICLE approbation and consent \
I national vesBfls. laws and to which private individuals .:'
by I usages .
pom of the Senate. .The said commissioners California Gold. .
: And further it is agreed that no higher or I of th ir nation are subjected in the same XII. :Y;
; other toll shall be levied or collected at lirun-I I The United States agree to extend all the advantages ,thus appointed, shall; in presence of c evh'other, The Baltimore Argus of Tuesday af ,i

liuuElh or :Stiide: on the river lube, upon the : plnce.The consuls, vice-consuls, commercial and and privileges contained in the stipulations ,I take an oath to examine and decide.impartiallythe :ternoon. has, also a letter from Purser
claims submitted
vessels of the United i! vice-commercial shall have the right of the present treaty to one or morcrof to them and which may F : 1i1
: or cargoes of agents, as r Buchanan of the Navy dated
jnnage t be considered the ou
the other states of the. Germanic confederation according to boarc ij
levied and collected the, suf.h to sit as judges and arbitrators, in such ,
is ,
I than upon ,
t&tta. and of vessels ot the kingdom I I differences as may arise between the masters which may wish to accede to them, by means of I which shall be presented, the principles of proof$1 j the United States ship Dale ;rf

Hanover tonnage audthevesselsuftheUflitedStatebshall cargoes ,: and crews of the vessels belonging to the nation an official exchange of declurtions; provided and justice, the,law of nations" and the. 1848, from which we make the ,following .4 f:'

> be subjected; to no chaVges, detention or i I whose interests are committed to their that such State or States shall confer similar between the two republics. extracts : '.
Hanoverian authorities without the interference of the local favors upon the said United States to those ARTICLE T. will ;
other inconvenience by the -j: charge, ; I We sail to-morrow for San Bias ; 2 2to ;
uhove-uieutioned unless the conduct of the conferred by the kingdom of Hanover,and observe All claims of citizens of the United
in passing the place, I.I, authorities, crews or States a- ,: receive $100,000-for the and '
ot ilauuver should disturb the order or tranI and be subject to the same .conditions, the of the Mexican' i army, -
from which vessels of the kingdom of the captain gainst government republic, .
'.then'wilt I sail for
ire or shall be exempt. j I quillity of the country; or the said consuls, stipulations, and obligations. "* I'' which were considered by the commissioners,. : iheSandwjchjsJand..3 ; f
ARTICLE u. ; vice-consulscommercial agents, or vicecommercial ARTICLE XIII. : and referred to the umpire appointed under the I We remain aIflu1b and Hoholula shrtr't, '

The preceding article is: not applicable to the icmting i agents should require their assistance to I!! The present treaty shall be approved and ratified -I convention of the eleventh 'April, 1838; and 'I time, ,and return to San Francisco d' a't'I

trade and navigation of the high contracting cause their decisions to be carried into effect or :i: by the President of the United States of I II which were not decided by him, shall be;referred Upper California early in February..., .'. -. J t.
I r America by and with the advice and consent ,
parties, whicn are respectively, reserv- j support. to and decided by, the umpire to be appointed -
: We
leave about the 20th
of ,
td by each cxcluniwiy to im own subjects or < U is, however understood that this species I I of their Senate, and by his Majesty the King of as provided by this convention, on the February &.1
.\tizeni. I of judgement or arbitration shall not deprivethe Hanover ; and the ratification thereof shall be points submitted to the umpire under .the.late Valparaiso' and Rio,'and' ::r

ARTICLE in. I, contending parties of the right they have I exchanged at the city of Hanover, within the convention and his decision shall be final and reach the. United States on or- ,before't t

i No priority or preference shall -be given byl I II to resort, on their return, to the judicial authority space of ten months from this date, or sooner,if conclusive. It is also agreed, that if,the respective August 15th. f **
I either of the CtlD.r the.r'' consuls vice-consuls commercial t concluded between the high contractingi submit to the said arbiter : Monterey J ,;
'I company, corporation, or ugeut, acting-on The said they may new argu :
I bth&lf, or under their authority, iu the pur- agents, and vice-commercial agents, are authorized i i parties at Berlin, on the 20th day of May, 1840.and ments upon the said claims. j I' the 3d 'of November it was said'them "t :*
I I shall become null and void to all intents ____ about four '
I I ch.e of any xrticJe of commerce, lawfully iuii i I to require the assistance of the local authorities I ; were thousand persons wash- t ;

i ported on wccouut ol or iu reference the national -. for the search, arrest, and imprisonment :II purposes.In By the President of the United States of America.A !1ingdiggingand collecting dus t. At" '* ,
character the whether be of. thedrserters from the ships-of-war and faith whereof, we, the plenipotentiaries of .
1 vessel, : of PRQC LAMATION. | the mines labor is from
have the : : len-to.6fteeft. S
]I the one party or of the other, in which such ar- merchant vessels of their country.For the high contracting parties, signed : ..
| licit wai imported. this purpose they shall apply to the competent present treaty, and have thereto affixed our Whereas, by an act otthe Congress.oCtile United -i,dollars per day ; board ten dollars:. per j" ?!. :

I ARTICLE IV. : tribunals, judges, and officers,and shall, seals. States, approved the third d.iy of March, ( day wtftlfrvtgo! g:vnderoI
I 1, The ancient and barbarous rights to wrecks in writing,demand said deserters, providing by Done in quadruplicate,at the city of Hanover, one thousand eight hundred and forty five, en.',;I:I is worth $80 <' Y rj
I of the vessels the tenth day of June, in the year of our titled "An act regulating commercial intercourse 1 ;
ifthetea" hall nuiain entirely abolished with the exhibition of the registers I Ion Tea ; ;
a jacket
thousand eight hundred and'forty-six with the islands of and st. Pierre it : pea : iQurtI$5a.poundand &
Lord Miquelon
I repect to the property belonging to the citi- : the muster-rolls of the crews or by any other I one :
I KDI -subjecta of the high contracting par official documents, that such individuals form- I I and in the seventieth year of the independence is provided that.all French \8sselseoming di-1 i every: thing,in like propori .

IteL ed part of the crews; and on this claim being of the United States of America.- I rectly from those islands, either ballast or laden I i tion. -, .5: > .j

1 When any vessel of either party hall be thus sustained, the surrender shall not be refused. I [L.B.] A. DUDLEY MANN. i with articles the growth or manufacture of |I f! Capt., Halleck.of the Engineer CorpsJ

I vreeked, stranded, or otherwise damag.d on I: [[L. s.j] GEORGE FREDERICK BARON DB : either of said islands, and which are permitted j I' who, has been ,there, sayS.there is t 8 !
I I' ,_ no 5
1 lie couts.or within the dominions of the other, 'j Such deserters when arrested,shall be pi ced FALCKE. to be exported therefrom in American vessels t
tale in the
their respective citizens or subjects shall re- at the disposal of the said consuls, vice-consuls, And whereas the said treaty has been duly may be admitted into the ports of theUnited1 I Arabian..Nights half 1 roI ;i.T

t I cein,IS well for themselves as fur their vessels j I commercial agents or vice-commercial agents, ratified on both' parts, and the respective ratifications States on payment of no higher duties of ton- |I mantic and golden as' these mines,-or" i

md effects, the same assistance which would be 1 and may be confined in the public prisons, at*! of the same were exchanged at the city nage, or on their cargoes aforesaid,than are imposed -.i.placers, as 'they are called.. An 'extentJ. f til

\ doe to the inhabitants of the country where the the request and costs of those who shall claim of Hanovtir* on the fifth day of March, one I American vessels,- and on like cargoes I;I: of dyer three. hundred"miles by ,thirty to'
hundred and forty-seven by A. in American-vessels; that \
t accident happens. them in order to be sent to the vessels to which eight imported i .
Mann special agent of the United States this act shall not take effect until the Presidentof fifty broad has been explored, and.duet '
They shall be liable to pay the same charges I they belong, or to others of the same country. Dudley I ; 1i
lad dues of salvage as the said inhabitants But if not sent back within three months from to his Majesty the King of Hanover, and the the United States shall have received satisfactory ..!t L west from Monterey as Jar south as.the 5 t

'ol d be liable to pay in a like case. the day of their arrest, they shall be set at liberty Baron George Frederick de Faleke, of his Ma- ,information that similar privileges have ]i. City of Angles, 'an; extend of two bun* : ;

iTtke operations of repair shall require that j I and shall not be again arrested for the i iI jesty's Private Council, Knight Grand Cross of been allowed to American vessels and their car- dred miles, yet unexplored. .contajriisgold. t : *. I'
IhI'W unloaded However if the deserters shall be I the Royal Guelphick Order,on the part of their goes at said islands by the government of France, j
01e the be
or any part or cargo : I IthelQall'pay i same cause. I l .NurnerousA.vessel. from !
crime offence I respective governments: : and shall have made protlamation accordingly: 1 her t #
committed or
duties of found to have ,
no custom, charges, or :: any 1W
-'oOQ the which they shall reload and his surrender may be delayed until the tribu- I Now therefore, be it known that I, JAMES And whereas satisfactory information !baa i have, g e'up.loaded.wlthgood.mone /: '. !
part I Ii poLK of the United States of A. I that similar have, and ,
President received i
been by me privileges
. rry sway. except such as are payable in theM : nal before which his case shall be pending shall K. passengers people from aU't'
and : merica have caused the said treaty to be made I been allowed to American vessels and their car I;I the world ;
like by national vessels. i iI i have pronounced its sentence, such sentence parts .of are flocki.g ;:
it it ,terertheless understood that if whilst :: shall have been carried into effect. public, to the end that the same and every goes at said islands by the government of France:1 reatumbers.; 'Uierehayebeenma.; ;\ t
*h e vessel,is under the shall be'I i ARTICLE x. clause and article thereof may be observed and Now, therefore, I,. JAMES K. POLK, President .t !
ft "a and kept in repair, deposite cargo destin- 'I The citizens and subjects ofthe high contrac- fulfilled with'good faith by the United States of the Unitee States of America, do here.., ny deaths, a* manyaieobIiged to stand : )

e1 good the a duties place on which have not I I ting parties shall be permitted to sojourn and and the citizens thereof.: by declare and proclaim that all French vessels !in 'the'waters overtheir knees, with'alf ) ; '
beeuftCe1ft ; of the said territories I In witness whereof. I have hereinto set my coming directly from the. islands of Miquelonand I I intense sun on and -
paid, the cargo shall be liable to the I I reside in all parts whatsoever the.t eds, many- '
caused the atal of the United States Saint Pierre either in ballast or laden with :
**&*&*&id fees lawfully due to the keepers of I in order to attend to their affairs, and j I hand, and f ate .al.d.up with fevers. ; j I.
affixed. articles the growth or manufacture: of either of
'Ltthoitti. also to hire and occupy houses aid warehouses I to j ;
4 ,provided they submit to the Done at the city Washington, this twenty- said islands, and which are permitted to be exported ; Lexington wilIsai1 rd v
n* ARTICLE V. fortheir commerce relative to the fourth day of April, in the year of our therefrom in American vessels,shall!from t the United States'about the 1st of ; ,
I special
pntnPgtS secured the treaty laws well general :
; .*, W excipectire by the present as of and trading. CL. ..] Lord one thousand eight hundred and this date be admitted intothe, ports of the Uui-j ember, with about$100,000 in gold. *. *
( vessels of high contrac- right residing : lf
ting paf uej shall only extend to such as are Whilst they conform to the laws and regulations forty-seven and of the the Independenceof I ted States on payment of no higher duties on I She received. ,at Monterey $50,000 ii'' *. !i .

r; laut;II UY m* their respective territories, or :: in force, they shall be business at liberty in to all manage the- the United States, JAMES seventy-first.K., POLL I tonnage imposed,or on on American their cargoes vessels aforesaid, and,on, than like car are gpjd.. We expect to; receive a very' | 4 i
ademned of themselves, their own '
toW u prizes war, adjudged :: freight. .
I the President : imported in American vessels.- '. h--- /
worfeited to the jurisdiction of each By goes J '
IIVI flc.kZ: 4r for the a breach of the municipal territories well subject in respect to the consignment ,JAMES BUCHAHAN, Secretary of State.. Given. under my.hand, at the.city.of Washington "The Ohio,H line of battle ship, and : } :
contracting as
; high parties party,
the twentieth day,of.April,.A.L. [
md Io.tpac wholly to their citizens or sub- and sale of their goods, by wholesale or retail the : Southampton," etoreship, 'sailed.- from' 'tMonterey !
hundred and_
his Highness :
Royal D. thousand.eight
unloading and Declaration ofaceession of ( s.] one ) :! ; i : : !
to the loading for n
with Francisco
as respect :on about i
under the twelfth article and of.Independence f
Oldenburg forty-seven "*
Duke ,
it further that vessels of the off tneir ships, or to employ such agents Grand of tbe.-Stb-.ult.
stipulated sending St. !
a. kingdom: deem of the foregoing treaty. .' of the United States the seventy-first. Mary's had ,not i
fflanover select their from brokers as they may proper, they 3
crews and ;
may I and commerce JAMES K. POLK. arrived-when sailed .
of navigation we ( .
of : the citizens Whereat a treaty : although *
V/ .tke States of the Germanic confedera-i being in all cases to be treated as : .1'
.of America ., '
between thC United States By the President:. sailed from the Unitedt
Jj provided: that the master of each be a ..ub01 I or subjects of the country in which they reside; I tea. April 18 ; t ;t
of Hanover was con JAMES BUCHAKAH Secretary of.Stati.
his :
the King ; ; ,
the understood that they and Majesty and;was atR 5r !
kingdom of Hanover. it being, nevertheless, the 10th day of June last, ; July>, By her wt hope
cluded at Hanover on ij-
AUTJCLE VI shall remain subject to the said laws and regulations of the contracting parties By tht President of tht Uite1ausof4mera. :tb. receive mapyale>tets, *

So libv or other duties shall be imposed I ; also, in respect to sales by wholesale. by the plenipotentiaries ratified on the I ,- Jk :' .., w .,
,He and subsequently duly A PROCLAMATION I "'- !i ; f
:. importation in the United States of any I or retail. was ,,The MUqa of.the'Nrgi1aLegisWur f ;.
'tld es the growth hare free access to the tribunalsof part of both governments: Whereas act"of the'Congress theTJni- : ,give a new spirit '
produce, or manufacture of) They shall the terms of the twelfth article ,by an : .t- ( to.the Southern ponlA' -i .. I
kingdom Hanover, or of its fisheries, and justice in their litigious affairs on the same And whereas,, by" United States agree to ted States of the twenty-fourth of May,'one thou.sand -" ;ing.u.-, it Jdoefin -.e.. ,,1 '

! importation into the kingdom of Hanover of of country to native citizens or subjects, for extend all the advantages of the treaty,! "An act in addition to an act :entitled. ''An: : 'act 1: i t Wbi1etbe 'one" *' **affords an yapressiye. rsrniigf* 4- v 5J 1 : ,

jJ inieles the growth, produce,and maiiufacJ which purpose they may employ in defence -of tamed.in the stipulations the other SUtea.of present,the..Ger concerning discriminating duties'of tonnage and.: the vanityotpjinj an asienibly'ofppllti*
%of the United States and oftheir advocates attorneys, and to one or more and to allzl the dutiel1I 'Prnssian'! ; ;
; t fisheries, i their rights such which maywish: to accede .i impost equ CUL1Z344rfrOIflthcirCQnAtitne2tasnddanpr.. ; .1
J:>. ire or Ihall be payable on the like articles j! other aeenU, as they may judge proper. manic confederation, official exchange-of Vessels and their cargoes,\. > it is jprovidea that ; :-T""t-> cuitinL****- eiicu '-d : tr

"{the growth, produce, or manufacture off : The citizens or subjects of each party shall to deetaraiions them bymeansofan that such StatcortteL: 'upon' satisfactory i eDce being given'tpf;:the,1i ..Federal.power. to ,break, 'he..11ol.p. ?p? |

I 1(0 Other foreign country, or of its fisheries j, have power to dispose of their personal property i similarfavorsuponthe j provided said Unite.i president! 'of,the.United:States?.by thegoyern::;! !,
I higher or other duties and charges shall !I ; within the jurisdiction of the'other by sale I shall confer those 'conferred.?by'the, MngdonvofJJanover I ment of any foreign nauoib.thatrnodiscrinunai; I 'PI"f.. :on.- /occupations/ ,of >"J 1e
ttanotied in the United States on the donation testament or otherwise. States to ting duties'of tonnage'of'impost are imposed)or'_i Qti.9ffattigaefl Vg ( .
i Iioa exporta- obserte and be subject to the same j -"bt. .9 -,
.) si Ofany articles to the kingdom of Hanover, j jIe I Their personal. representative ; being citizensor ,and and obllgationsty! wn !..Llet'led. in the ports'ofthe said:nation poxty '. 10U.persbi rpr jectsj'thV: -t .. 2 s Jt
LftnrMrats stipulations ; .rI. n .
I : 01& the export.atlOI1 ofaDY articles J: subjects of the other, contracting party, shall condition the governmentof Royal sels whl1belon !g'toCitI2ed1.Ofth! United jch'eerin pootthatjhepeopi! .th. ;. 4flcrztandjandhaye .i I

:: be United StAtes, than such as are or shall I I succeed to:their said personal propertwheth I I An8i'whereas'"Grand Duke !of. O1denbUrg;has.jgnjaed.itadesIreto .I States, or upon the>ro cci4IDUfUrestPr! I I thepritto-defendsksi I : : .3j f
,::I ltt%Ptahe) ou"&he exportatlen ot&he like articles er by testament or ab vitutatt. Highness.tbe accede to thftsaidtreaty,! .1 merchandize imported i4 th*same biu.'! n j 3wt/precious'Jinterest., ., &..that. -%4"L 11
1 other fomgn.eo'1ntl7. They may take possession' thereof either by provisions th rei -, ted'Stat --or'from:aD" romp qnqhtP4 !j Brought to act, ii'the right way, they will c". .
I_NiohIbition Sha11erperUtion1 be imposed OB the imO acting'for 'theWt. and the'stipulations$ $ t m !Nt. hsqus1dipitya14setc-ftr.wp.<>- .
themselves. by other '; b.i td'310 far II the_earns art ot.mal,bb ?- t1t :.J.: .b 4
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.;. i of the Constitution which' tides for tJ i de- aid seduce slaves'to escape from their owners,'1['nett'det"the groundsHand claimed the th eir a .: Mqnnd _'

-., m'c: iiIjF1' NEWS livering up of fugitive ala?& ln its 'progress and to pass them secretly rapidly,by means g"t imposeat! discretion.t What g* the J anothe not le Ii. rj
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it led to the adoption hostile acts, intended to 'organisedfot vthe purpose, into Canada, where condition* InTihis agitating debate F ede1 0.

f; 4' .p;::. JACKSONVILLE, FEBRUARY 10, 1549. render it of hot flFect6pd* with BO touch sic they will be bond thir ach of the provision.That the two sections'.stood arrayed against chterth'e nbtUd;b \state. libl .

V' tess that It may be regarded hoW as practically to entice alate;by whatever artifice to : *South-in favoof the bill Without .Oe IItI '.h6'"r II I

"fA'!>. i ;/;'. expunged from the Constitution HoW this has abscond from his owner into a nonlaTeholdlDgState aendment and the North opposed to it with m e -of the J "Urf ..

;*.,.*..itf. ;. been tffefcttd will be next explained. with the intention to place him beyond it debate and agitationcoatinnedun. belong; and they>re hraw'deritories 1
.'u* f After careful exan.tnation truth constrains the riach of the provision, or prevent his recov- til session was well advanced ; but it became to;toe 'Uatttt r t. I

.'H7--.y? tts to eay, that it has been by a clear and pal ery by concealment or' otherwise, is as completely apparent, towards its close, that the people sttte longnl owners.. n

.!#: "j pable invasion of the Constitution. It is impossible repugnant to it, as its open violation of Misou were fixed and raohe in their writers on the Qb .

J .. ---=- 1_ for any provision to be more free/rpm would be, is too clear to admit of doubt or to opposition proposed endition, ad that such goverunientsual the member*are. i 4 I
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:',,: ,.'A -- ambiguity doubt It is in the following requite illustration. And yet, repugnant as they*"OQ certainlyeject it, and adopt a Constitution ,q In .

.h..... .l, :, The Southern' Address. words "No person held to service, or labor, in these combinations to.the true intent of.the. wIthout it, should the bIt pass with cn'cdi r htsld'fuID'dp,

:.f ''t', : '-t f : We give this week to our readers, to the ex one State under the laWs thereof, escaping Into provision,it is believed that, with the above exception the. condition. 'Such,being the'casej it required that It {

l : : clubion nearly every thing else the address another State, shall, in consequence of any.law ;not one of the States within whose limits no great effort of mind to perceive, that Missouri -' 'otth'g-rmet'ad their nature$..! j

, 1 .;.t ) or regulation therein, discharged from such they'exist, has adopted any measure to suppress once in'possession of a Constitution and acter> To deprive.1 then,the Boutken fuifwr* 1
':._, ..,: ..' of the Southern members of Congress to theirconstituents. service or labor, but shall be delivered up on them or punish those by whose agency Government, not '8implyon paper,but with legislators -- their citizens of t'rr' share in thiSr' 1

.''1. "!.2'1'J;"' "1 As a sign of the' times, it is prob claim of the party to whom such service or labor the object for which they were formed is car. elece and ofce appointed, to tr ries declared to fl the in eoa&hI&T.!t 1

,."s.'J' ;.f 'k',I.a.: ably the most'Importnnt public document Whichhu toay be due." All is clear. There is not ried" into execution.. On the contrary, they them the grave questions the other states,'.would: in'dfrogat ,i : I

' !(: since the adoption of the Consti an uncertain or equivocal rd to be found in have looked on, and witnessed with, indifference -i presented, whether she was of right State' o I equality belonging t them as member*of w j
;1"i;; : ;: appeared the whole provision. What shall not be done, if not with secret approbation, a great 1 Territory; and, if the latter, whether Congress I era! Union,: and behur I. tj .I

" .:'.a.; tution. Being the production of Mr. CALHOUN'Spen and what shall be done, are fully and explicitly number of slaves enticed from their 'owners, 'had the right, t the right, the power,to abrogate into a subordinate a thfIf dependtJ&'coBo'i ) ]

: '0.". .; the calmness of its tone has surprised the set forth. The former provides that the. fugitive and'placed beyond the possibility of recovery, her'ConstitutoD"' disperse her Legislature, Such are the solid and impregnabl ."1 I

-. 4 .;t T' '' Northern press, who anticipated all the inefficiency slave shall not be discharged from his ser- to the great annoyance and heaT pecuniary and rmand bck to the territorial con which wert our demand C a ,. j
the loss of the Southern dition. These and'under the cir eu .
vitude by law or regulation,of State bordering State great patio )
it is any (
: It will be se'en that Tertore
'tr,:; bpmbast.
:. and the that he When we take into consideration the fearful questions-too fearful to be
I., : ,.. wherein he is found; latter, great cnmstnce But !mp in 1
r", ';" :" .. : ;. merely a powerful and vivid narration of the shall be delivered up on claim of his owner. importance of thi provision, the absence of all met'by who had rise the agitation. i in the 8 eyes of justice and reason I they !;'. ,

'. \r'' ; progress of an umconstitutioual spirit, and alf We do not deem it, necessary to undertaketo uncertainty a its true meaning and intent, From 'that time the 'was, how to poseaieebleresistanc&i to a :

.; representation of the oppression which sought refute the sophistry and subterfuges by the many guards by which it is surrounded to escape from the difficulty. Fortunately,' a whole.mjoed: J
:. : : which so plain a provision of the Constitutionhas protect and enforce it,and then reflect how com mean wa Compromise (as it was mine to engss.he
&.!. r: ::1. :. to be inflicted by one section of the Union upon been evaded, and, in effect, annulled. It pletely the object for which it was inserted in called)was ofer based on the terms, that the seSo! of a bill -was passed. Jes .

."I. .,,. ,':. another. constitutes an essential part of the constitutional the Constitution is defeated by those twofold North t oppose the admission of t tablisMng territorial government'for (W

J* &"f'{ r The minority address, from the pen of Judge compact,and course the supreme law of the infractions, we doubt, taking all ,together, Missouri on the grounds for which the'South gon, excudmg.slavery; t rerrm; 'T'PrsIdent

}l"'l..*'':.; Berrien we shall publish next week and we land. As such it is binding on all the Federal whether a more more ffagiant breach of faith is contede and that the provisions of the ordin gave sanction t th I
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and State Governments, the States and the individuals to be found on We know the ,language for the government of the North sent.a special message to wait! i
&:r't.i ?'% -.. forbear so institute comparison until they are composing them. The sacred obligation we have used recor.strong, but it is not less true westr Territory, should be apple to all tho his reasons for doing so... These tzj.

: %.'I. ::, "', both before our readers. It sufficient to say I I of compact, and the solemn injunction of than strong. territory acquired by the 'State from pre-supposed that.the Missouri

5%' ...i: :. that they only differ in one respect. The one the supreme law, which egislators and judges, There remains to be noticed another class of France under the treaty of Louisiana lying was to be, and would be, cmpr.

f. J I/:"' is addressed to the Southern people,-the other I both Federal and State, are bound by oath to aggressive acts of kindred character, but which North of 36 30, except the portion lying in'the the Rocky Mountains to tbe,'Pacific !:
t** ;* support, all unite to enforce its fulfilment, acCording instead of striking at an express and specific State of Missouri. The Northern members And the President his o
; ;.' / to the people of the United States. Mr. CAL- and intent.- provision of the constitution aims at embraced it and intimate j
: 'cj .s to its plain meaning true directly ; although not originating his message to
: f.= HOHX makes no concessions. We fear that we What that meaning and intent are, there was destroying the relation between the two races with them, adopted it as their own. It was should restrict slavery south any futr that
." .:v4; ";: cannot s.iy the same of Judge BERRIEN. But no diversity of opinion about in the better daysof at the South, by means subversive in their ten- forced through'1 Congress by the almost unite that Assuming \\int of ,
I;::'" .,? It shtuld the Republic,prior to 1819; Congress State dency of one of the ends for which the Constitution votes of the North, against a minority compromise. it to ha vi.>
the the
: ;,- / i ,{ they both tend to same purpose.. COnl8 been purpose and intention the
; and was established. We refer to the almost North
'J ,1 ,I---'f'' : Legislatures, State and Federal Judges systematic ting entirely members from the Southern
','I v.* i ;: .: be enough to waken the apathy of every sluggard Magistrates, and People, all spontaneously pla- agitation of the question by the Abolition. St tes to extend the Missouri compromise line" iT

,Vi'/v'V'- the South to witness two venerable ists which iu 1835 is still continued Such the above indicated, the of tie Orwon;,
: ',. at cod the same interpretation on it. During that } commencing was termination of this, the first, passage .
b:>1'J./ '.* : I' Statesmen, of different politisal parties, both of period none interposed impediments in the way in all possible forms. Their avowed inten- conflict under the Constitution, between the bill could only be regarded as evincing* the'!* ,

Vji, !; :.t,' whom are past the fervor and excitement oft of the owner seeking to recover his fugitive I tion is to bring about a state of thing that will two sections, in reference to slavery in connection acquiescence of the South in that.line,'*Bat'
; j-' ": slave; nor did any deny his right to have every force emancipation on the the with the teritories. Many hailed it as a the developments of the present session.of'

Vi i7of't' *. vouth, and both of whom are indifferent the proper facility to enforce his claim to have North in fixed hostility to slavery in the South, permanent and final adjustment that would prevent Congress have made it manifesto. all.,tntf'1

VijW! '.'.)* petty cares of ambition, unite in a powerful appeal bim delivered up. It was then nearly as easyto and to excite discontent among the slaves: with the recurrence of similar conflicts; but no such purpose or intention now

;# $?"." to their fellow citizens to respect the Constitution recover one found in a Northern State, as' their condition, are among the means employedto others, I less sanguine, took the opposite and the North to any considerable exit.with IIa

'! J::.,. .. 4p'. of their country. one found in a neighboring Southern State. effect it. Wit 1 view to bring about the more gloomy view, regarding it as the precursor the troth of this, we have ample evidence 0 ..
: But this has and the former are to in order to of a train of events which rend the .
I ; passed away, provisionis every means l'corte' might what has occurred already in the .
;;; ;:;f ; : From several Southern journals of high authority defunct, except perhaps in two States.* render the South, and relltion between the Union asunder, and prostrate our political sys- Representatives, where the Ho8o(-: 4I

iJ.i: :..l''"' i ; we are led to suspect that the list of When we take into consideration the impor- two races there,odious and hateful to the North. teiB. One of these was the experienced and sagacious are soonest and intensely. fel ,J
.r:f" .:Z .. I signers i is imperfect. If so we shall make such tance and clearness of this provision, the eva- For this purpose societies and newspapers are Jefferson. Thus far, time would seem Although Congress mos has been in seaioa'

,; :. .'.1. V,;: / corrections as necessary.. sion by which it has been set aside may fairly debating clubs opened, to favor his forebodings. May a returningsense but little more than one montn : 2I 2I I

,..."..... '.., be regarded as one of the most fatal blows ever lecturers employed, pamphlets and other publications of justice, and : protecting Providence. number.of of a peafer It It
.".'. ., measures an aggressive character
received by the South and the Union. This pictures and petitions to resorted avert their final fulfillment.

j:! } :: ADDRESS cannot: be more concisely and correctly stated, to, and directed t that Congess, regardless For many years the subject of slavery in reference have been introduced, and th i"m

; \4; ..'.V.:' OF THE SOUTHERN DELEGATES INrS$5 than it has teen by two learned Judges of the of truth or decency; while the circula- to the territones ceased to agitate the: aggravated and dangerous, than a J

; CONGftKSS TO THEIR CONST1TVENTS. Supreme Court of the United States. In one of tion of incendiary publications in the South, country. with for years* before. And what clearly1,frjtlc. 1
> his decisions said the of the of abolition Indications hoever..cnnected ses whence they take their origin; :is i <
: WE.whose are hereunto annexed ad Judge Story : "Historically, agitation subject in Congress the question learythat ) tT'a.tbat
}&; names
-* : it is well known that the object of this clause and the employment emissaries with they all relate to the territorial ]
f V / ,- dress in discharge of what we believe to be are relied it was ready to break out again; re
t ;.: : you was to secure to the citizens of the slavehold- on to excite discontent among the slaves. doubled violence on future of the subject of slavery, or some c&er.Gf (
'J '.* .' a solemn duty. on the moat important subjecti'yV'f OCClon.- %
:.> *'i. ever presented lor cou deration. Weal ing States the complete right and title of own- This agitation, and the use of these means, have The difference hi the case of Texis was adjusted a nature and character intimately connoted: t

.. : :: a'" *. 1 ide to the conflict your between the two great sec ership in their slaves, as property, in every been continued with more or less activity for by extending the Missouri compromise line. with it.Thefirt. ,
i- ,
:*. -I3-...;'.r -' ,. tions ol' the Union, growjng out of a difference State of the Union, into which they might escape fifteen years, not wthout doing much towards of 36 30, from its terminus,on the vestem boundary of this series of aggressions 1s1resolution I

?'*,':"* of feeling and opinion in reference to the relation from the State wherein they were held in effecting the object intended. We regard both of the Louisiana purchase, to fie w.'ster introduced by a member from ,

. :.-.,>'r i: ; existing between the two races, the European servitude." "The recognition of this right object and means to be aggressive and dangerous boundary of Texas. The-agitation agvin. ct' S Massachusetts, the object of which is to repeal r
. and title was indispensable to the security of to the rights of the South, and subversive, ed for a short peried.The f
j:n* and Airican. which inhabit the'Southern'f,1 all acts or parts of acts which! recognise
this species of property,In all the slaveholding as stated, of one of the ends for which the Constitution war with Mexico tLat f
: { : section, and the a aggression and encroachment soon and I I i'he existence slavery, or atrtnorise' theseiwg
' :t.;;!, to which it has led. States, and their indeed, was so vital to the preservation was established.. Slavery is a domestic terminated in the folowe Mexicoand and disposing of slaves in tnisrlistrict. -,'.
, of interests and institutions thatit institution. It to the States '
belongs each
' .' .' '. The conflict commenced not long after thekiiowlftlguient Upper California, embracing an area IZ
; :i On.question of J to Bring in a biDj
, L to' '. cannot be doubted, that it constituted a fun- for itself, to decide whether it shall be established equal to about one-half of the entire of eve '
' 1 of our independence and has- valley
'. &: damental article without the adoption of which or not and if it be established whether the vote stood 69 fOla: 82 agaiist
:, : increased until it has arrayed the ; the Mississippi. If to this we add the portion le: e
i : gradually
:. the Union would not have been formed. Its :. it should be abolished or not. Such being Oregon The next \vas ofleitdlj a
: of the North against the South on acknowledged to by the recent -
::? 4. : great body true design was to the doctrinesand the clear and i ber from jD the on
guard against unquestionable right of the with mcjn
." ; .. this most vital subject. In the progress of this treaty England, our whole territoryon Ohir tate t
'f'i. ;i:. a conflict, aggression has followed aggression, and I principles- prevalent in the non-slavehold- States, it follows necessarily that it would bea the Pacific and west of the Rocky mountain territories rei;'* rh"lth.bi %
t'. :, .4 encroachment encroachment, until they have ing States, by preventing them from intermeddling flagrant act aggression on a State, destructive will be found to be in extent but little lessthan ing slaver from v .aJIora an Ne Mex-
o./II with, or restricting, or abolishing the of its rights, and subversive of its vote to $0.- T
independence that vast !
valley. The of ico.f by
i-:. !.; ; reached a point when a regard for your peace : near prospect so passe* .10 T J.
/.; t1' q, and safety will not permit us to remain longer rights of the owners of slaves"gain for the Feder Government or one or great an addition rekindled the excitement be- That followed by a bffl mtta Jr.

':.:;,. .1.. .11 silent. The object of this address to give you : ''The clause was therefore of the last more States, or tleir people, to undertake to tween the North and South in reference to slavery another\\a member fpm Ohio, to .t To I
411. importance to the and of the force on it the of its slaves. &
. safety security emancipation Butt
I in its this Thrtnet
-: connection with the Territories of
clear conect but brief account of the whole of the : -0
: a ,
; .. 4. Southern States and could not be surrendered i is&sound maxim in well laws inhabitnts' .
a .... series of aggressions and encroachments on politics a as which has become, since those on the Pacific .quesion slavery its feMtn ta
: Wtl
by them without endangering their whole and morals that no one has do that
a right to
property were '
:? 1\1':'' your rights, with a statement of the dangers to acquired, more universal and intense than should be abolished.
in slaves. The clause i indirectly which he cannot do
was accordingly a- directly and it '
': I .':;: .' ::. it which is not they to cause expose excitement you. Our but object to in making in dopted in the Constitution by the unanimous may be added, with equal truth. to aid,.or abet, ever.The effects have been to widen the difference The'bi provided, accL'dirg tOth adaw-and 1
put /
S .r you that /ree negroer
.j. .1 consent of the framers of it-a proof once of or countenance another. iudoing it.. And between mover,
yet the two
. .. full possession of all the facts and circumstances -' to give a.more > to
I < its intrinsic and practical necessity.. the Abolitionists of the North, openly avowing determined and hostile slaves should vote. On .i question
"'t, ;. J to a full and just of to their con
!f:, "".! .. .j'. deep-seated necessary disease, which threatens conception great danger a- Again t The clause manifestly contemplatesthe their intention, and resorting to the most efficient .flict. The North no longer respects the .Missouri l lay the bill on the table, tho oe tO thW-or, "
r existence of a positive unqualified right means for the have been 106 against 79. To this :leJrf
: ii> : on purpose, compromise their ; suc<\ '
; ,' to and the whole body politic. We act attemp 1nealthough-adupted by
,, you the: part of the owner of the slave, which no ting to bring about a state of things to almost unanimous solution of a member from New WT10
"; :' : the that in compromise
. ." I.\.:. .I. .. on like impression ours a ,true conception a popular of the government actual- State law or regulation can in any way regu- Southern States to emancipate their slaves, they avow that their determination is to exclude the following words. ', eIC ef
'? ; late, control qualify, or restrain" without any act on the part of any Northern slavery from all the "Whereas the traffic .
: '-l!;k :: : character and state of a disease is indispensable tertorie of the United. now pro 'ct.m I
0' The opinion of the other learned judges was States to arrest or the.means by which States this
suppress acquired of
f.e. '. to effecting cure. or ; and, of metropolis republic hut? r"
4 tb
'::;!r!:;; ; We have nude.it joint address because we not less emphatic as to the importance of this they propose to accomplish it. They have been course),to prevent the citizens of the Southern ing,'a chattels, is contrary to > ca
.. } provision and the unquestionable right of the permitte to pursue their object, and to use States from emigrating their in natur. '
%{i,. : believe that the magnitude of the subject re with property and the fundamental principles '
' .;, ,l':" .A quil'edthat it should assume the most impressive south under it. Judge Baldwin, in charging means they please, if without aid or slaves into.any of them. Their object, they allege -' system, and:is notoriously a reproach !?
: the jury, said:J "If there are rights of countenance also without resistance ica t
.S' any property is to the extension
'M' of and
. .f' and'solemn form. disp. prevent slaTr country throughout Christendom, wd.*
which can be enforced if citizen probation. .What gives a deeper'shade c
. one
to extend it
?. ours thus
: t I Not to further back the difference of ; making isue be- ]
go to-the of Ipnbi'can
have rights property which inviolable whole affair is the fact that ot'the progiess ;!
.t any are one meansto tween them and to be the naked
us J
I'! :: _. and feeling in reference to the relation :
opinion question the nations of "eiitL
, : .liberty the
. .; under the protection of the supreme law of effect their object that exciting discontent shall be extended not? among t
tr. : : between the two races, disclosed itself in the slaver .
,; the State, and the Union, they are those which among our slaves, tends directly to subvert what deem the Therefore"Resolved- f
looking of
: convention that framed the Constitution and necessary
'.%:::t ...' constituted one of the greatest difficulties, informing .' have been set at nought by some of these de its preamble declares to be one of the ends for I address, to examine |the question so fully'discussed That the nmitter .fn.t 'It
i : fendants. As the owner of property, which he which the Constitution was nd I at Districtof 'tQ. '
; : it. After many efforts, it was over- ordainedjand e8ta1 t.belast whether Congress has Columbi b iDtrcte JB'
;:4r had a perfect right to possess, protect, and take lishedto ensure tranquility the a as KU
;"t: : : come by a compromise, which provided in the ; right to exclude1'the citizens of the South bias Jrohibit! KIt
;:1Itiir.: first place that Representatives and direct away-as a citixen of a sister State entitled to that in the only way in which domestic tran- from immigrating with their property' into trde in said District.
all the privileges and immunities of citizens of: quility is likely to be disturbed in the .
ever resolution
"'' ..'I taxes shall be apportioned the States according Territories belonging confederated On th e question of adopting the .
among Stte
: to their respective numbers; and that, I' any other States-Mr. Johnson stands before South., Certain it is, .that an agitation s systematic of the Union. What we propose in connection ,- the votes stood 98 for, and 88 agaiait'He ItIe
: -. in ascertaining the number of each, five slaves you on ground which cannot be taken from un- having such an object in view, and is, to make a few what the- :was followed by member from iDinciV
der him-it is the same ground on which the sought to be carried into execution such IeC1
I I hall be estimated as three. In the next, that by North alleges, erroD ", issue. between who..ofered.a resolution for abolishigs2very -*
government itself is based. If the defendantscan means would between nations
slaves into Stateswhere does independent us and them. and all where
escaping slavery places
. (! I be justified, 'we have no longer law constitutejust of remonstrance the rioje C1d
.. P. i1 not exist shall not be discharged from servitude or gov- cause by So far from maintaining the doctrine, which Congress has powers of legifll5,
-..'i: IJ 1 but shall be delivered up on claim of the ernm(nt. 'Again, after referring more parti- party against which the aggression was direct the issue impliewe hold tbat'the Federal Gcv- tion that is Tn all V9t !
.' .u*.< I, party to whom their labor or service is due. In cularly to the provision for delivering up fugitive i ed, and, if not heeded, an appeal to arms for re eminent has,no'right to exend orrestiibtsla'v for maires ,
dock-yards and purchased .
.rom-.d S slaves he said : "Thus that dress. Such the where
:' .a the third place, that Congress shall not prohibit you see the being case an aggression ry, no m.ore.than to establish or'aboJs1.1j; ,norhas the ol,the u
foundations of the by Congress consent
of the
kind takes
;):'.: the importation of slaves before the government are laid, and place among independent it any right whatever between : wit ,
: rest on the right of in nations how Legislature.of the
slaves. much
4 properry more aggravated mustit Stte.
.i the
Ij r:6'i. 1SOS; but a tax not exceeding ten dollars institutions of one State,_or lr
: be imposed on each imported. And finally may whole structure must.fall by disturbing the I be between confederated States, where the, section, and another, ,in order to favor the ode This resolution.was (passed over under the: )
corner stone." Union rules of the House without *>.
to while it put
precludes an appeal affords and being
I that no capitation or direct tax shall be laid, arms discourage the other As the federal representative 1
but in proportion to federal numbers and that These are grave and-solemn and admonitorywords a medium through which it can operate of each and all the States, it is I vote.
) np ,amendment of the Constitution prior to from a high source. They confirm all L with vastly increased force and effect? That bound to deal out, within the sphere powers The'votes in favor of ill these mW. 11
for which the South has ever contended, as to it would be preverted to such a user never entered and were'confined tothemenTherfrom I
71. ;. 150S, shall effect this provision, nor that relating equal exact justice and.tavor all.- tenm
US to the importation of slaves. the clearness, importance,and fundamental]I into the imagination of the gcneratonwhich To act otherwise, to und rt era.'States.' TraeV"'there' are 8ome t

; So satisfactory were these provision that character of this provision, and the disastrous formed and adopted the between the domestic-institutions of one and I m mb'er fr inthatsection who'vof tedagai *'

I j ,I} j. the second, relative to the xlelivering up of, fugitive consequences which would inevitably. follow if it had been supposed it would, it is certain: another, w uldb to act in total subversion of L Lthe all 6f them,and whosd high of ja'j'j at
from its But in that the South would sJs
violation. of these solemn have it.
spite never
I adopted end for which it
1- established
!r slaves wai adopted unanimously; and was ., be the i I is duly appreciated; :who in. progress -,
1'Iii .. all the rest, except the third, relative to the warnings, the violation then commenced, and We now return to the question of the admision common protector and guardian ot'al. Entertaining theaggrebsionsupon the South bayer, i1 t:
''; : importation of slaves until 1808, with almost. which they were intended to rebuke, has been I of Missouri into the Union, and proceed these opinions,weask Q.t, North" >! *
their Sustained the_
votes !
and .
: fully the
consummated. brief sketch of } .
:. perfectly The citizens to give
t occurrences fl
f' do
;' alledges we br .the.exte.nsIon '
equal unanimity. They recognise the existence slavery.- constitution .and of, wbomwerettUJmanyhave ,
of the ,
:J'; ?!- I .: of slavery, and make a specific provision South, in their attempt to recover their connected with it, and the consequences to That would make a discrimination in our favor, 'byth0r
slaves, now meet, instead of aid and which it has led. In the latter of been sacrificed at honic .
f : ; for its protection where it was supposed to be cooperation part as unjust and unconstitutional as the discrim
I : ,::t.i ::," the most exposed. They go further, and incorporate resistance in every form ; resistance from 18\9, the then territory of Missouri appled.to ination they' ask against.us in their favor.: : I patriotic course. > f '.
; hostile acts of legislation, intended to baffle in the usual form for leave ItJ We have now brought to a close a
and L
i .; ;, it, as an important clement, in deter. Conges not for them, nor for the Federal ntive ,: It.o
.,ir :' :& a mining the relative weight of the several States defeat their claims .by all sorts of devices, and I and government] in order to to determine, whether our dom stio institution oft 'series of act,of aggression

;.1 :.1 -f; in the Government of the Union, and the respective resistance by interposing every description of impediment i be admitte into the Union. A bill was reported : is_good.or bad, ,or whether it should.be repressed encroachentconnet with the subject 01.tis "'

.j::1 i.''I. .1 burden they sh3uld bear in laying from' judges and magistrates ; and r purpose, with the usual p.rovi&ion'in r-p e1ed. belongs.to usl,'and us only dre those that ae c a

i ',r h capitation and direct taxes. It was well understood finally, when all these fail, from mobs, composed such cases. Amendments were ,, ,,to decide such questions. Wliattben we, ad'tho still in'prgrS 7bCJ

f-J-.J ,:;; at the time that without them .theConstitution of whites and blacks, which, by threats or ing for their object to make it a condition of her doinaUtJon: ,. not .to extend slavery, b t.that are great and ngerns.i': I(

i e ;'r would not have been adopted by force, rescue the fugitive slaves from the pos admission, that her Constitution should have a we,shall not ..pro d.from. .1 immigrating, tba'5ith'
li! ; .;,- the Southern States and of course that'they session M his rightful owner. The attempt to provision to prohibit slavery.. -This brought on'the with our property,, bt tbe3FrrirJesbf. the mbstvitaI'of'aiI the interests'and. 'thtitut tII

" f '. constituted elements essential to the system recover a shve, in most' of the: Northern States,. agitating debte", which with" ,the effects: United States, because_.we .a res1aveloldeor. ,,: of the South. Indeed, it may.be doubted; IItc

I, i tt'j. thai-it never would have existed without them. suIt cannot now'be made wIthout. the'hazard: of 'in that folowe hs to..alienate, i in other wordstlwt, ; we, shall' not on.thl ;a whes.hertbere.ia. Bingl! proyIiontiptI3.: tct

tj The Northern States, knowing tbis'ratified heavy pecuniary loss, imprisonment and I Sut and .endanger".our. political I count'disfranchised" of 1 privilege potatssedby I tioqr of the constitution,'mt'2 tce

:a 1 3,'r;" ; the Constitution thereby pledging their faith inthe evea;of of Marylandli life itself.lost Already has bus a worthy citizen institutions Those who objected the amendments all others,.citizens i and ,fOrigni'SWit1oUt! ed for QI:. guanty'of tb.e "South-that,
] most solemn life in'ma i1g'an_at. ,restedtteir.opposition onthe highgroundsof discrimination .character/ profession or '
vj 11 :; ( manner, sacredly to observe a not jenderwlalmos ougtorKv,ItPsa Ieit
them. How that temptto'enforce .hisclaia to a fugitive slave. the Tight of self-government.. They L wh civilized |
" > >; faith has been kept, and that la1ledthat..a.tenitor color, ,savage, ba rin be wnethi
under rnad&a seriousencroachments itQ
this "
provision. question
reached the .p even :
: having period L -
redeemed and
: pledge shall .enter only
we next
proceed ,, ; y remain1
wJEfciis4Ci; :- chow. But a provision of tie constitution maybe < proper for it,to, form a Constitution being exclud, .., ., we. already madev \without j I itt.

.; With a few exceptions of no great importance violated Indirectly as well as directly-by 'do' and Government for itself, becomes fully vested L' jWe rest our claim?, the.-nigh grounds I aid_ of any 'other, ,"'ould DOt.iif permitted. J, .

S.. fs the South had no cause to complain prior tot ing an act in its nature' ,inconsistent with that with.'all the rights of self-government; ..andthat"even above stated,.but,also t9nO solid foundation of r :- -j -3 A tjK- t.U t.It
Sh:, which is enjoined to be done. ,0f this form ol r the condition imposed it the rI Tend nu.wberof'valunteer. from.th f S. 1
bls : they ar 1819-a year, it is to be feared, destined on by righf, justice. and equUty.. .The'Territpriesimmediately I .
Volu.tecn&om the
J !; to mark a train of events, bringing with violation,.there:is striking instance'connected I FeeralCntiuton relates not,to-the for, in controversy'New AlexIeo'and JK, -ltgime.t;, cJ'i Itk Ita
with the i\I'
under *
flti' q! 1 theu& many, and great, and fatal disasters! on. allude provision\ consideration. W ) and Government, ,California: :acquired by.the.common; _sacrifice Compaiiiea Dl.. '.. )1;
to secret combinations "
i i"4 the country and Its institutions. With it 'commenced which are believed admission into the Union.' -, For that purpose, it 'and efforts of.all,the States,, towardswhich 'S *- .; .
: to exist i in jnost of the Northern"i States as condition that the. GovernmentmustbeBepubliean. : ; r! !' { "t. .; r''C 1
South'contributed ,;
} i; the ait.ring-debtue on the question ofthe ; pride the far'more than'her, :
I whose is to entice Totafcnuttber jolonteers from th* N- ,
\ L4. ) admission of Missouri into the Union. We"halljassby 1 object decoy,,entrap. ,enveigle. ; ; .' 'fnhl:8hftiOf retosay9tbIng! of Ton of .toVSeutft,w..
"r. oney'A< Being nearly;two the'part
bfe that \
s fonhc' present this question, and ,- 'Tlq.lnmei Cong has no rightjio' ) is, O course.up4n eTeryprinciple t o.f
:: !Indiana n1i i iS : one on the part of the N )
fffaf; ether* of the sotue kind, directly growing Out'. t :\jt'fh ad ,t t assume it would I tjCe.farnes ead qualitj entitI l.to parci consideration-".$liepopubaioa"Bk .ft
. t'of4ggv& the.Commonwealth'Of
i :' of ft and tb consider th'e tntou't the Assumptiotoferigh1 .e _,b Df shalj effects
r* pfocced: Penugj-lvanji :::r ; \: : .f 11 I.} '', 1f 4 qT! : two4hirds greater thsnt1ie8outhtb' .
ef that of discb which it roused betweiu take entl CI ltutonand'Go'muumti.no j ,
spirit J up 'rPott3o6 !
f bi
T i kift 'qd t1i: limitation : ; .haar% imcnihQ' J e3'
id r ::4 the two sections. It first disclosed if jbe.imposed, a Kt .Yol_ ..., 3 1
f io 8 t of : }
RgmlJi 'proportion vplqn1wst .
II' era.BMf. of the right if it be admitted that il ht. .9 "
the North- to that : '
it Jfttfui by iwetiiity portion
; ,
t Kennedy, ""tM ,XuIW' ;i5taat>%Jl Tfe$ who supported the amend.Th) Gcotyaaks 12' met rfprtvitttftt .a I

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to be abandoned toj;th ;bla ck:iao1' '"i :.'- ->' .itVT fli I 1 < I' u"r J !, (:at.
and In emancipation, and Very Proposals for canryisgt: Mall.. ,
unchecked, I To NEW '
different would be the circumstances: .tnder 7' ,. '- Barasota, by*'}*: ;, SOmflesSeptate STORE.. I N EW BTBBE ':
be that asit ,
.But 'l ,, ..
ot--t distant: day. "' AofeJjL' ., Aw b&ck ... "
nO NEW EOTJTEsS .._.. "
of a doubt that, if the which emancipation Would take'placflvith : ? : \ ; '''' .v"'J"<> '" .". .. tf;::

.admit" in the House, us. If it ever should,be effected; it' will>>e"1 ;Etta frow tluactsof G'oxgrcttb f,3d March .. SWotat'1. ;in ewe proposals of letting to'.IUPP1ltee route No. 3563.from an COOPER &' REAB ,. 'J;
the the .
o Government
should be con umma through agency 1845ecrt0xl8."Audi J invited.f If .' gX98

such in the end would certainly be ther controlled by the dominant: pOwer of ,. it farther enacted, That it hall'b* 3561. From/Tampa at 6 a m Tuesday ; ... JACZSON7ILLE .FL '! 'f r

the Northern .States of the Confederacy, the duty of the Postmaster General in all fu- By ffitehepucksassaand Gatlin .oPRNBD on_the corner of 87 tat r :
.: 0 nseqnence. left be done againstthe resistance and struggle of the To MeU6nville/by 6 Thunday fioo Ocfoatl Stff't'. with a LARGE AND WILL i' -I
would be to ture of
Little, in truth, I lettings. contracts for the transportation pm SELECTED STOCK Of FRESH GOODS wo/ :
all theterritories Southern of the mail.to let the same ,miles .. : ; f l,
have been excluded from in every after including those to be hereafter acs .I It can then only be effected by;the pros- the lowest oidder tendering sufficient guarantees And back between 6am, Friday and p.ttl"1 : Y

I I after, slavery is abolished in this tration of the white race;and that would necessarily for faithful performance without other reference 6pmSunday.; "* '* : Groceries J. *Hats, Caps, ,1, :

&aired;;itt; and in the numerous places] disper- engender the bitterest feelings of to,the mode of such trs i&poitatioathan 3562; From Jacksonville at 3 ft m Monday; and Provisions, Bodt9 Shoes t

where Congiess asa hostility between them and the North. But maybe necessary to provide for the due celerity Thursday c .. t d
d all over the South, the t and To St. Augustine, 12 m, 3& miles Dry-Goods Clothing +
of legislation, and after reverse would be the case between the certainty security of such transportation ; .
de exclusive right proposed ae consumIl13.tc1 .- lacks of the South' and the people'of the, ; nor ahalVftny new contractor hereafter be And back ,between 7 a m and 4pm ;HardAVare Saddlery 4 j l

the other measures and barrier would be North. Owing their emancipation to them, required to purchase out, or take at a, valuation next days. ,. "' :: lf
Every outpost the stock or vehicles of; previous contractor Proposals. to make closer connexions with Crockery, &C. &;. SzC.,
'. csrried and nothing would be left but to fins they would regard them as friends guardI- any steamboats Jacksonville will be considered. v. : f +rtf wWhieb
for the
l the'work of abolition at pleasure in the ans, and patrons, and centre, accordingly, all same route. 3563.. From St. Augustine, by Smyrna, Indian Will be sold at SiT.. !lXAK tarsus for Cull a ,!i:.,
i Bidders will be careful read the forms or Country Prodll "
: This District, and all their sympathy in them. The people of the rr to River San Lucie Miami : :,
: themse1vel' ,Jupiter: Key rti
sa.teas6 and instructions appended to,V this advertise OEO. B. REAB.N. l
would fail
has exclusiveof not to
which Congress reciprocate to Largo, Indian Key'Ke1 West Char
air n.-Cash advance m.deon : :
s ,ment They are requested to state in their cotton coafMato :
P would be asylums for favor them, instead of the whites. Under lotte Harbor Sarasota Cedar .
.rer legislation proposals the mode by which they intend to Tampa, OUT friend*in Savannah. Charleston or New York. .1
>J f ure slaves, where as coon as they laJiheir the influence of such feelings, and impelled convey the, mail.. Where the .size and weight Keys, St.' Mark's, Apalachicola,' St.Joseph's Jack onville. Dec.fJ.18CS. 11 # ;: t .;;

: feet, they would become, according by fanaticism and love of power, they would of the mails, or the speed' called for in the and St. Andrew', to Pensa- .. :..
: northen assailants, free not, stop at emancipation., Another cola, miles and' back, twice a' R. R. AJ4r,,
1 to the doctrines of oar ; step schedules, shall require it, the contracts will be month in steamboats REID & CO ',' :,; ..;
unless there should be some positive enactments would be taken-to raise them to a political 'made for coach, steamboat, or railroad conveyance .. i' ;

prevent It, i and social equality with their former owners, as the case may be; and, consequently, routes Separate will be proposals considered.for sections of the above MESSRS. R. R. REID &. CO. haTing less .I..' :..

\. Under such a state of things, the probabi1i by giving them the right'of.voting and holding -. such routes will be let to bids proposing such ,NOTES. Wharf and the buildings attached, I t:!

m emancipation would soon follow, i public offices under the Federal Govern mode of conveyance. In all other.oases the Each ; are now prepared in connection with their ; .
should ,
i Shout final act to abolish slavery.Ptiressine .- ment. We see the first step toward it in the routes will be assigned to bids proposing the proposal be accompanied by.gua.rlnt.ee a DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE ear..
any signed by one or more responsible
effects of such"'measures on bill already alluded to-to vest the free cheapest mode of transportation. in the manner vii AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH. 4 t w
The persons, : .
white race at the South, and the hope blacks and slaves with,'the,right to vote on ---- "The undersigned guaranty that USIhESSTheir a COMMISSION ;4\:

the would create in the black of a the question of emancipation in this District. PROPOSALS for carrying the malls of the if hiB.bid{ for eirryfngthe mail B : ft
SreedytnIncl13tion from the 1st of charges are:established the .
day July by Saras
woud produce a state But when once raised to an equality, they from to accepted by r71;
r 1849 to the 30th of June. 1851 inclusive in nah rates.
with the much longer con- would become the fast political associates of the Postmaster General shall enter into ;.t
an .
i FLORIDA, will be received at the contract of- They are also the Agents of the IT. S. Matt \t .
Nuance of the existing relations between the North, acting and votin with them on: fice of the Post Office Department, in the cityof prior to the first day of July text, with .Steamers at this place,-and are now enabled 1t.?

the to. But be that. as it may, it is certain all questions, and by this political union be- Washington, until 9 a. m. of the 4th April,' good and sufficient sureties, to perform the service to offer every facility to .the Merchant Planter "' .. *

if emancipation did not follow, as a matter tween them, holding the white race at the 1849, (to be decided by tbs 24th day of April, proposed"This and'tbePnblicgenerafy, "' ,** f w ".

of course, the final act in the States South in complete subjection. The blacks, 1849,) on the routes and in the manner and should be accompanied by the certificateof Goods consigned to their care will be rectir: .' .;t1 t..

could not be long; delayed. The want of and the profligate whites that mightunite time herein specified, viz : a postmaster, or other equivalent testimony, ed ,and forwarded with despatch. \ 1i

tonstitution power would oppose a feeble with them, would become the principal recipients FLORIDA. that able the to make guarantors are men of property. and Their Store, Office and :Warehouse are situaf If-'

The great body of the North is : of Federal offices and patronage, and good their guarantee. ted convenient to the W hart: ;t :
resistance. 3542. From Milton at 6 The should be sent the Y
a m Wednesday proposal to
united against j peculiar titution. Many would in consequence, be. raised above the depart- Palatka, St.John's River, E. F. January 19..
By Escambia county and Nathansrille ment endorsed "Proposals route No. : I.
be sinful and the residue with whites of the South in the 1849. ly : (*
to political social .
it r
believe To Sparta, Alabama, by 6 p m next day, in and addressed to the First Assistant : inconsiderable exceptions, believe it to be scale. We would, in a word, change '75 miles Postmaster General. ;J

wrongL. conditions with them--a Degradation greater And back between Cam Friday and 6 For the prohibition of .bids resulting from? \ dministrator's Notice.-On Mon"t.".

Such being the case, it would indicate a than has ever yet fallen to the lot of a free p m next day. combination, and the terms and conditions on rday the 19th:day of February next enn-. ; a.F

Ion' superficial knowledge of human nature, and enlightened people! and one from whichwe 3543. From Milton at 6 am Wednesday which the contract is to be made,. seethe last. ing. I will apply to the Judge Probate of :: t

to think that, after aiming at abolition sybtenitcalh ; could, not. escape should emancipationtake By Alaqua and Uchee Anna annual advertisement. Duval county for leave to sell-so much of the ; :!)tr.

for so many years, and pursuing place, (which it certainly will if not To. Marianna,by 5 pmFriday,125 miles C.JOHNSON, Postmaster General. real estate of Eliza M. Crichton, deceased, ass :.,' :
will be sufficient
:a with such unscrupulous disregard of law prevented,) but .by fleeing the homes! of ourselves And back between 6am Saturdayand POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, debts of said deceased.for 'the payment of the Jut .. !

ind constitution, the fanatics who have led and ancestors,' and by abandoning our 6 p m Monday. Washington, January, lS4g : ir.
Proposals to embrace Hill and Holmes Feb. tSOthM A. W.-CBICHTON, Ado'r. : )
Orange 10,18-19.-
the way and forced the great body of the country to our former slaves to become the Jan. 27 1849. .r !
4t ,
Valley will be considered also :
North to follow them, would, when the finishing : ; proposals to .: .
end .
stroke only remained to be given, voluntarily poverty at Uchee Anna. Notice to Debtors.. Notice-, -r.,
3544. From Alaqua at 6 a m Friday Admlnl8tratbrf. ::
suspend, it, or permit any constitutional With such a prospect before us, the gravest To Geneva Alabama 6 45 ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of I shall apply tit .
by m
scruple: or considerations of justice and most solemn. question that ever claimedthe miles P ) LONG, deceased, will please make the Hon Probate Judge of Colombia county .. ...,y;.i

10 arrest it. To these may be added an ag- attention of a people is presented for And back between 6 a m and 6 p m next payment immediately as the accounts unsettledwill for Letters of Dismission as Administrator oa ; \ l:

meditated and threatened-to prohibit what i prevent it ? It is a question belonging to Quere. Whether this route is necessary, in collection.STEPHEN deceased. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. :: \!('.

the abolitionists call the internal slave trade: you to decide. All we propose is, to give case of letting the preceding one, (No. 3543,) D. FERNANDEZ, Jan, 27, 1649. 6m :, V. ,'."t&:.. ..
ma.wiZ; tli>reb\ the transfer of slave front you our opinion.We there being now a route in operation between Agent for MARY Logic, Administratrix. T. .. .*_,.::':,

ore State to another, from whatever motive i then, are of the opinion that the first Geneva, Alabama, and Uchee Anna. Feb. 10, 1849. tf DaTa County Ta* Collector's Bale l!

; done, or however eiiected. Their object and indispensable step, without which noth- 3545. From Mariana at 'Y virtue of the power vested in me by lawn : : t,

:V, would !-t'emo be to reader them worthless ing can be done, and with which every thing To Ochesee, Calhoun county Tax Assessor and Collector's I have levied upon'and shall expose t01'.C

t crowding: them together here they are may be, is to be united among yourselves on And back NOTICE. sale, before the C ,tlrt-lI u door in the Ton.(1.
Bidders.will state distance and also a schedule of Jacksonville on the first Monday in Junflf ...
of -
i aid thus hasten the work emancipation. this great and most vital question. The UNDERSIGNED Assessor and Collec
to connect at Ochesee with the route from THE next, ((1849)) the following lands, or so muck : ':.
There is reason for believing that it will soon want of union and concert in reference to it of the State and county Taxes for Du- x i
Apalachicola to Chattultoocb.ee. thereof as will pay the State Taxes due thereof :
follow those now in progress unle-s: indeed has brought the South, the Union, and our 3546. From Tallahassee at 6 a m val county, State of Florida', will attend at the for the 1S4S, vu:- : a r;

\ some decisive step should be taken in the iv-u-m of government to their present peri- By BenhiidenShell Point and Monday i'awtuxet following times and places, for the purpose of 2.000 year acres of Land,situated t dn Nassau Rivet "" -':: ;tt...:"",{

.: meantime to arrest the whole. .. ..-is col:'!iit.( r.! !teat of pacing it above To Sopchoppy, by 6 p m, 45 milts Assessing the Revenue for said State and county and; Houston's Creek,'adjoining lands of Job ij
The question then is, will the measures..faggression '. .''r"t > beer mauve subordinate not for the year 1849 : .
i ; : :"t- And back between 6am and 6 p m Houston-particular boundaries unknown ';
proposed in the House be adopt i i,* ,'y '." ..,".-'-c Muen.- of I'll.::Cbut J' to the next day. At C..S. EMERY'S store from Mandarin, on Thursdays purporting to belong to Sandifbrd Holmes. .i ;

pf-cr\i'! V.:V ..:' party t'es anti ensuring of 3547. From St.Mark's at 6 a m Thursday 15th February, 11 A. M to 3 P. M. A. A. CANOVA, t:..
At LAWRENCE RYAN'S house St. John's
redThey may not, arid probably will net, be party &ucc<.o' -; By Newport, Wacissa, and MarionTo on Saturday 17th February'from: 10 AIL Beach, Tax Collector Dnval County '. o-j f.:

this seViou. But when we take into consideration As high as we hold a due respect for these, Monticello, by 6 p m.: 40 miles 4P.M.At to Dee 4th, 1848. Dec9-6m. ._ :. <

that there is a majority now in faros we hold them subordinate to that and other And back between 6am and G p m S. B. THOMPSONS Store Black Creek .. .. [1Dhral

of one of them, and a strong minority in ; questions involving our safety and happi- next day Monday 19th February,from,10.A.M. to 4 P.M., on County Tax Collector sale .i/
of the other far the of the Proposals to commence at Newport are invi virtue of the power vested in me by lard : ii
favor as as sense i ness. Until they are so held by the South, At DARLING C. PREScoTT'S store, Clay Hill, on BY
House has been taken; that there will be in ; the North will not believe that you are in ted. Tuesday 20th February from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. I have levied npon and shall expose foe r. ;:'If'
3548. From at 9 sale before the Court House door in the
Quincy a m Friday Towa; ''Itrof
all probability a considerable increase in the earnest in opposition to their encroachments; ComfortTo At WitUArc THOMAS'S house, Thomasville, on Jacksonville the first in .
on March
By Rocky Monday iot
next Congress of the vote in favor of them will continue follow after Wednesday 21st from 11 A. IL i
and they to one Reform, by 12 m, 10 miles February, to 3 next. ((1849)) between the usual hours of sale, ,* a
and that it will be largely increased in the another until the work of abolition is fin- P. M. '
And back between 6 am. and 8% a m. the following described"ptop ', or So much ':ti
next succeeding Congress, under the census ished. To convince them that At COL. Jour BROWARD'S Cedar Creek, *."
you are, you Proposals to embrace Secludo will be consid thereof as will satisfy the State Tdxtt cia -- \
to be taken next year, it amounts. almost to must! prove by your acts that you hold all ered. on Saturday 24th February; from 11 A. M. to thereon for the, .year-1848,viz: .:1
4 P. M.
I* a certainty that they will. he adopted, unless other questions subordinate to it. If you 3:>49. From Quincy at 12 m Wednesday At the Court House in Jacksonville Monday The half part of that certain tract of Ian4 'f. -: .

jiorne decisive measure is taken in advance become united, and prove yourselves in earn- To Secludo, by 4 p m, 9 miles and 26th on situated on the King's Road leading to St. !b,1';
Tuesday the 27th
prevent it. est, the North will be brought to a pause, And back between Sam and 11 am. and 28th Wednesday, ry's, Ga.; known as the Piles Place, containing; ** l :
February. ;
\ lint, if even these conclusions should prove and to a calculation of consequences; and 3550. From Jasper at 6 a m Monday Persons Lands within the 500 acres, and purporting to belong to Frank f.
:: -if fanaticism and the Blount's and Rawlison'sFerry owning County, M.Piles A.A. V +
: ; erroneous love of that may lead to a change of measures and By Ferry will please bring with them the numbers of CANOVA .I'

.| power :should, contrary, to their nature, for the adoption of a course of policy that may Township and Range, as reqnifed by law. Tax Collector, Duval County. ,; ,.J.-'"

: once) respect constitutional barriers, or if the quietly and peaceably terminate this long To Centre Village, Ga.; by 6 p m Wed V A. A CANOVA: .. Dec.4th; 1848. Dec9-3mDaral .

t calculations of policy should retard the' conflict between the two sections. If it nesday, 100 miles Tax Assessor and Collector Duval Co. .E ,.. .y.' ..','
adoption of these measures, or even defeat should not, nothing would remain for you And, and back between 6am Thursday Jacksonville, February 3d, 1849, 4t County Tax Collector flalo. .,

Awn altogether, there would be still ieft one but to stand up immovable in defence of 3551. From Pilatka 6pm at Saturday.8 a m FridayTo BY virtue of the authority vested in me by C ; ''';

certain way to accomplish their object, Ii the rights involving your all-your property, Newnansville by 6 P m next day, 97 PROCLAMATIONBY law, have levied upon and shall expoaa ;I f....
determination avowed by the North to memo+ prosperity, equality, liberty, and safety. miles for sale, before the Court-House door in the ': ti
polize all the territories, to the exclusion of Ab the assayed, you would stand justifiedby And back between 6 a m Sunday and Town of Jacksonville, on the first, Monday ia, ;. ? '
:March next, ((1849)) between the usual hours of t i
be carried eliect.
; the South, should into all laws human and divine, in repellinga 6pm next day.

;, That of itself, would, at no distant Jay, add blow! so dangerous: ; without looking to consequences Proposals to commence at Orange Springs sale will,pay 350 the acres State'of Land Taxes, or due so. much thereon thereof for the asV if 5 ;: K'-.

i( I &the North a sufficient number of SLates to and to resort to all means neces- will be considered. bounded ,'
1848 follows !
year as viv: 'North / :
,f r 1 fire her three-fourths of t,''e whole; when, sary for that purpose. Your assailants, and 3552. From Alligator,.at lands of Francis Richard, South, and East by byc. & !, 'is;

( ender the color of an amei.'dinrnt of the Con- not you would be responsible for conse To Olustee Big Pottsbnrg Creek, and.West by Little Potter : f !.t}!

; elation; she would emancipate mr slaves' quences.Entertaining. And back burg Creek, purporting tti belong to George k; .;,f.
true ins these Bidders will state the distance and the hoursof TUE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE op ?i+OitltIA.
however opposed it might be to its opinions, we earnestly Hagan.: A. A. CANOVA, *, I ;
and arrival.
teat entreat you to be united, and for that purpose departure WHEREAS, it is required by law that an Tax Collector Dnval County. ? -r

Thus, under every aspect, the resultttrtain is. adopt all necessary! measures.. Beyond this, 3553. From By Newansville WacassaTo at 6 a m Wednesday' be held in this State on the Dec.4th, 1848. De 9-3m' ,\ 1 f

if ag;iejon bt not promptly anucetifcdlv I we think it would-not be proper to go at Cedar Keys by 6 p m. next day, 70 first Public Monday Lands, to in hold May until next the, for first a Register Monday of oi sR "..; f'j

How it is to be met, it is ibryouta PTes>ent.v"Ve miles Executors' Notice.
met. October, 1850 ; also, for Judges of Probate for : t.THE \
decide.EucUken. hope, if you should unite with any And back between 6am Friday and the several.Counties,to hold till the first .Monddayof Subscribers, having been gaaliiedaa t -; .:

1. being' the case, it would be to thin'" :like' unanimity it may of itself' apply 6 p in next day. October, 1851, and for Justices of the of the last Will and .Testament -' i U'1

i, sdi you 10 suppose you could hesitate. Totexroy a rernert %v to this deep-seated and dangerous 3554. From Newnansville o.t8 a Wednesday Peace for each District in'the several Counties, of JAMES DELL" late,of Alachua county *.. :; 1 t1 t

the existing relation between the disease"bu;' if such should not be the case, By Madisonboro'To to hold for ,two years, (all of said officers to)' deceased, Notice is hereby given.to all persons :. fi

free and servile races at the South, would the time will then have come for you to de- Orange Springs by 6 p. m next day, continue in office till their successors shall'be having demands against th.e estate of the do-; *' :.fj

W to unparalleled in history. cide what course to adopt. 60 miles elected and qualified.) ceased, to present them without delay to the :/

They consequences be and cannot, live And back between 6 a m Friday., and IT is HEREBY' ORDERED, That the said electionbe undersigned Executors; ,or.,their authorized i- ; :
cannot (
sepa.ia.ted, SigneR A Atkinson Tho. 4pm next day. James G. DelL at Newnansville East } l lFlorida
.1Dgtthu to their J M M T Hunter held throughout the State, according to law. agent z ft
inPace or harmony, or H H Bedin"er, R L T Wle, T S Bocock, Quere. Whether this route will be necessary and the officers whose duty it is to order said: 'Wlt 1 jn.thetlDlepfCSCnb *, bylaw, op _' '" 't
: mutual advantage, except in their present R Bavly K Meade, BA: \Thompson W G Brown; ffrrginia. in case of letting route No/ 3551, from Pi- elections will take notice hereof. this notice will be plead in bar of their: re: .!(.

; ftlatooa. Under any other, wretchedness, J latka to Newnansville Witness my hand and, the great'seal of the coverj. .. '7 A + .,, 4

,' wd misery,and desolation, would overspread DanieL. A W Venable, .!f North Caro- 3555. From Micanopy at 6 a m Friday State, given at the Capitol this 20th And notice is hereby given, to all creditors f.
fcfooSouth.\ The example of the Britab By Fort Clark [SEAL] day'of January A. D. 849, and of the legatees, and persons entitled to distributions.1 *., ;!'

;4 ,)\'eslIndies, as blighting; as emancipa- tins APR Butler J C Calhoun, A Burt,r E Holmes, To Fort Harlee by 7 p mr40 miles Independence of the United States the that their claims will be barred unless exhibited ? :-' :

j bag proved to them, furnishes! a very B Rhett n'F Mtnpaon, D Wallace, 1 A Woodward And back between 6 a m and ,7 p- m I. 73d,year. WM. D. MOSELEY, ,within two years from'.this date to the Exeea f .:It'

wn picture of the calamities it would bring Ca 1. next day. Attest: V Governor. tors or their authorised,agent: -. lr.(
oa..we South. The circumstances under of South ro Georgia.H UUl. Froposals to embrace Fort Crane, instead of A.E. MAXWELL; Secretary of State. (Signed,)' BENNETT; lit DELL, ; 'f* 4} l
H V Johnson of
Wicb It would 1ake place with lrS would be T ,F P Canton of,&, ?'". Fort Clark, are invited. January 27,1849. 2m SAM' : B.,PYLES. !;
\ "tire. Turney S w 3556. From Jacksonville at 6 a Tuesday'_ Dec 16, J8.4&- 8w ., .t f'';
differentfromtlioftc! John Gayle,
winch took .
B Fitzpatrick .
place W: R King Haddock's Kirkland's Nassau C Hand 4 .,
: with tatoi, ind ca'culaie' ; :o ]cad to far more Harris, S W Inge T .>Y BoWoo, f Alabama.| By Woodstock, Mills In Justices 'Court--Columbia 1'' m .a j.JjVTT'Comttr : "

KOU> result-. T stirs the government Jef. D.Yis H S Foote,A G Urown, W-s Fcjth.erston next Tax Collector sale ;, t.d!
: Ga 6
o f the J ofMu- To St. Maay'a, by. p m day, County Florida4Sam' BE SOLD;' the'first
parent country enia ic.tad save inI P W Tompkins Thompson, 80 miles WILL on Monday t. jJU
her CI.onI3.1! next, ((1849,)) between the -. .vi
pos IJ1Js-a Jtn-cruweI11 nehIa sirippi.a And back between 6am Thursday }. 8. Wester, ) ATTACHMINT.-; .1
: l:mite Lew-re, John H HarmOfl- V hours of 10 and 2 o'clock on that day; the&.; t:
'. I PO erfut, and actuate*; :- \".tuboi po;- (U lo?l s. and 6pm next day.' vs. > Debt $46 V. >" ;
irk(n l-1ak.eh as they tun.eu out lo be.ianaticism. ;/ sun, T E Mow *f Louuwna: Separate proposals for that part of this James C. Green. ) Bond filed for,' 92 Quarter Quater'of Section?'* ; 4ITownshlp
16Hang 19 and the N.W.urfitf:
: r than 1 i) R AU-hioou. of : C H and St. i : '::1ofthe'N.
; It Mary's are
i Nassau
was, besiuea tiibYo between Defendant and all others interested
R W Johnson of route W. Quarter of Section 19
"ei to Borland W K Sebastian, THE : Township- f 1
Yo, act justly towards the owners, even iuvited. hereby notified of the commence* .10 Range 19 South and East : :{
; containing
; 89 i
"l a:!tile art of emancipating their slaves, and Arkansas. Florida.Timothy 357. From Nassau C H flt 8 a m FridayTo went of this suit,returnable to a Justice's Court' acres,or as much as will satisfy the taxes dot ? : f:i
: rMect and I'L Yu1e.of 6 m 30 miles be held at Johnsville the Ninth Dist ri...
foster them afterwalds. It Fernandina by p to for thereon the'present with .
Texas (1848( ) all
year; t
uwrdingly! appropriated Dearly $100,000- Pillsbury, of And back between 8,ft m and 6 p m of said county, on the first Satnnl: y in April, osts and 'expenses. accruing for advertizing&a< -.10 ;h| ,

, J, as a compensation to them for their Ware lborized and requested next:day. A. D. 1849, and to, appear. and plead to' the.' same The abt>ve namM! :lands aresitaato'i., .eTevy"count
** und From Pilatkaat.7 a m Tn dal' : same. .
r the act, which sum, although 3558. ; f, on the WUMaco6ehejh6rtdfcr. ''. *
1 .
1ned out to be far short of the amount was s to announce Major JOHN BEARD as,..a candidate : By'Volusia.F6rt: 'Butler,''Enterprise, Given under JD1hand:and seal, this. 20th '1 tance above the:.weHkn6wnplace 'canedPcdi. ,.. H
I .
; t at that time to be liberal for the-Office of Register Public Lands and Mellonville't day.of Jannary.-' ?D. 1849. Clinch,and owned and claimed by JsmesLyfieM t &, +}
ince the To the head waters of St. John's river, JOHN W. PRICE: [L.S.] and bounded by"U:& Lands'unless there Jr J
6. <
firstMonday : : .
J emancipation! it has the election on
kept Florida at .
cient military and naval force to up a of the State of ,. {bv water,) by 7 p m Thursday, 100Biles >> Justice, of the.-Peace.. been lairds recently purchased'adjoining. T4$;; |: ]it .
blacks in awe and keep io May next. __ Jan. 27,: 849. r ySm ::., \__: V above lands will be ;sold at',the;Court Boost of < }', <*, ':*
number of '
a I
magis- And back between 7am Friday and the bouse of V.AndmrI.t" ,1 S
ttteand Levy county, ( Mary & ?
' constable*, and other civil. officers, friends: 1 Sunday.. otice.-SIX ;MONTHS afunrditey'I shall 1 GEORGE H. & .
bt |p N. TRESPEB, j
'j td eep order in the towns and plantations, of Mr JAMES M. DANIELS to .announce.him $59.'' From the'head water of. St.Joh n's river present my accounts:a&d vouchers as Administrator Tax Assessor and COU C'tOi'LeyY CountyNOT. /' 9 ,
orce respect: to their former of the Estate of Francis Richard $
: owners. at e'a Friday 53
,1' 11 1848. BW VV
v considerable candidate for the office ofJtcdgeafPiooate 'Lucie and late of Duval County ed t extent these have served as a By Indian river,PaJoi,,Ban ; I 1
. : k*ttbsmuie for the police formerly kept for the County; of Dural,'at,the ensuing election Jupiter, ble Judge 'of Probate,of saidcountyf; for a;final :, 'The t Feti above isale'fs'post;: : ."'Jo' ed.to theDlondayt .. .. j *? |.
: stye ji.witaiions; the ftb3WK 'MiamiBade' Und ) by settlement of said ;Estate, adds 'a1i! at, jheaame<< : 'fIAt1.MXl.fF.i '
, i w by owners and their on the SrSt nda1..iD.MafDn; To )u t11b1( I Jan.20 1849.' '1.,{ ". i", 11 1r
\ time for Letter-.Dismission as..suchAdministrator. [ c : ... ,
erzeer4 ,
. ana, to preserve the social md t"'J! %D.UJ'8b.1., gH.mi1ea apply :: ; '" ... '.: 6 a
' j
\ s: ail e of thevhl1e po- areDzCOTTEB i requested to'iannounce'EDWARD A. And back between' 6 art Friday' and -of which all/persons wteresfedin '
; uperrority race: But t t' : PBAdtJ11s"Hm'1'bl jY FTiIB.Jt m"!:; '
v !ndistandi. all this the aa 'a' "jeanAjdate. for the'"olce. : / _iiieirt Ti\JricfAf.i. said Estate.de8rl toktfnbtioe.1' S ..
J rig British West p ; !
.. ,. ."" .' *STEPHEN.D. FERNANDEIJJ.fr, wAR.l... r'.w.r 'd1dr8EI I ..
} Jfc wiona are ruined JtynWeetekijMte: a 1Nf' : : ', ": 'ft k'. "' a. 1t .:iI t
impoverished Jud /PrriettveA .. If
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>':: .'.r: *?,$ancr. ot FOCR DO .LARS.lr It The end oflh'* ,rear..1 .. : 10&f :N Occupy' 18pa6io'd,. STORYf'ARE.: The great-'beauty and'superiority of thlaSari&i r proltch1Jsgtl at.tJ. :1;eiij, "l t't1 bjtf _
Ad..elti.emelltl will be inserted on die follow- I all.other remedies is lt'err'crrtdivtesdiiease'it ; .
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saparilla if
<&t. RICE REDUCED.Only .. ROUSE.N56CEDARSThEETtbe: 'WB negirow uutt tm aft f.tb> ? -
: j"U term: : : ofhIClIa dt oted' to'the exhibition1 and ffW.. i. ", : invigorates i1 tentive'ftr anr0tt1&fl "J
for 91.
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One :4ttld t"j
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l.rVt:*: "Of., fork the firitinseiutm, and 75 cenls for each sub e- L 'P i N'T: ElJ) tl .ALidoEs.: ;cleanse and;strengthenconsumption ,':{ '1 e,. of.1ife.':.1'b ,pen 1U1 ,1I! ai a
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To advertUen a liberal -, cdidn
i.V- .' ? .luent insertion. jearly NEW EDITION Stock, consists J'of:'nearly bronUconsuthption,1rcompIa1nI t. ,less. PAci- _
-? :.:* t. 1 fthisimportantMtirimnnial 'Their 'present' j : tamable 10rjthOle: .Jao .e..y.
p4.;-. ,t"> will be made. A Companion,has just been issued under the edit One ,Tttoii8fitid<:Packages1 I colds,coughs, catarrh ',asthma spittingofbTbod.'soreneasinthe'chest _.1 womanhood it is calculated t .- t
.ir V4"Uv- O"All advertisements must be paid for before in. nil supervision of a.M.VVEISSELHOFF. Embracing :someTHOUS4NDSof differentpatterns bickeihg'thibI; );! ttS' "M M q-.

,1i I:':. t ..rtion.:unl..sa by a regular customer. By referring I.patf'celebrated of Paris Professor work on of"Gestation Midwifery and and Child M.D"j I and coJ. nDgSian: comprising everything / <'acetic, :flusX'nighysweat*,:'dim.'It' rii::']i dedbf5; m iD 11.b U. :to.

: ::. term,the requisite aura may b. ascertained desirable in the line, !FOREIGN and 'cult'pr.. rbfnieexSc- airthe i "to"1rJii h "
but jr
. .I.. .j i* which has had such an extensive sal* in Europe and.I I \Otatlo i bt I, !f 4 fit
"'. iidp It traces
the'1ently 10T
' I and transmitted with the advertisement.Jjy America. DOMESTIC : < Ii >- I" > S I ., t1Ji ''' 'swi
r r Advertisements not marked with the number This edition is a vast improvement upon Mauri- I I All of which are offered for sale, for cash i..or' -'tbesid &<" S. : the1 natnri : trgfe 11nnlJt. I. o *
.4$, <: ; ceao's old work which was tliirflj designed tninduc satisfactory credit, at the LOWEST. PRICE 8, hiYe .ndtc : impurities?of the bodj- cot11
iI., : required,will be continued until forbid taf"
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t H'. tbe reader tu purchase M. M.' Desomeaux's Powders by the / can be the 8)'ittn'88".to produce''lU "I 1
', : _,' and charged for. and Instrument to prevent undesired increase of PIECE OR PACKAGE.New 1.curedo' ,,' tionwhich; is thefmost'ln ut,. ,
'. 1 will be for all announceenis family, at an expense of i 10-and his Portuguesei there dr i ti tt
,: -t UFi.e dollars charged Probably never was a remedy that has for :fannie wtBkness'nd
4'. I i Female Pills at $5 per box. 'In this edition, there ia : Styles 'are received:almost every day, diseise.: t.; 1 ;u r. .
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r:; : l .. candidates for othee. no part nf the original French work withheld. The and many of them are got'up'for. our own wes been so successful desperate cases oiconsurop- p18EA8E.OS TBE 1BE.ABr' P]
,4:::: i tlO 00 !! ; tion as this f it cleanses)and;--strengthens lltJp1, r
,' One square, for Six Months i i whole secret of M. M. Desomeaux'd instrument and and.not to 'be'found elsewhere:' r. TUREA.A7Dzjopy.
:?r:, : 'i.\l Notice to Debtors and Creditors, 1- t 7 00 I method is fully revealed and described and the recipe |3r Printed lists of prices, corrected 'from system, and, appears to. heal the ,ulcers on the NEW,Yo..xJuly .- t" 'J .10 4
44 of Ds" 'aux's Portuguese Female Pills ia giv. I Lungs, and the patients:gradually.regain their DL Toniszin.-fle ;iSU"i
; for Letters Administration S 0.0' I day to day, with. err variation in the market, Sit:
:j_ ;: Application en entire in plain English terms so that the purcha usual health and strengthf.._ : been afflicted .with rli'-Wie"ita A
: in the hands a disease
: : notices will b. inserted gratui. are placed Ol'he :
\ 57 AU religious will actually
'$'';,":t set get Merchants will be able to form some idea'of CURIOUS ,CASE &.CPNSUMP7'10N.there with .a terrible,ruptur for o el.fiftftn i''

.r..J' .. .. usiy. FOR FIFTY CENTS the extent and variety of our assortment j whenwe is scarcely a day passes,but!there area the greater part ogortbe thethn ,_S 1 ''
. :r' ocr AH admissable. personal communications will MAURICEAU SELtS AT number of of tr9 bl d wita Iiortne ; Ibitti .
WHAT DR. state, that the value of our usual stock of cases Consumption reported as / ie!h-I 1
'j' .' .;;,' .: b.C'harg..llllllu11Sf'ments.. SIXTEEN DOLLARS.Every this'ONE ARTICLE,is'at least twice,the value of.; cured by the,use ofDownen'sSiusapaijI1a. te heart, which, has bte-ltJ e lut. !

.P,4.d.,4 I' :. ?:.. trr'All hilU for Job Printing must b. paid on the who has been deceived by the trick the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by The following was recently received: ;, tressing, and has fr queJ1tli'bab1att,r1 1

.I:', "_ :; delivery (4I the work. of Maurireau's person work should purchase this, and thus. I our largest wholesale jobbers. This J fact}. together ..Da.. T wrtszzw-.Dthr' [Sir:, |"pr the lastthree leave her 'bed. ,The p ia' :

"1 1.0," I ;;: .. gy All ;otn1niea3son3 must be addressed to escape the extortion which he attempts tn prar.ticl"t j with the fact that our means ana'our years :I' have' been afflicted with general andsevere Sbe'tnIed'ahiestee., u t",

.' \ .' ... AUGUSTUS C. ( ILI.TT. postage paid. After reading this edition any one may avail himself attention, instead of being divided among a vast debility; and nervous consumption ''of'.the last suehmes with but little tie d ret;
.t1",.,: of Desotneaux's invention, at once without a dollar of'expense. variety of articles are devoted wholly tool stage,and did not expect to ever gain'my,health had taken but three boitles of J\\'J tzi )uI
',. ,' .fI't."h t.., -- in the United State All the you fJ tJ1t"
---- in village : medicine she
any at alt
will render the advantages which we can offer A/ter goiUgthrougb' a course of medicine was entiretinlined
-:..;,' .. fully aIZUoa'e8
.i'k be given for the apprehension of I'KJ 'our care that none who visit our establishment ; regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. -' (

::.. :::..If. .f : WILL B. HARDIN, who escaped from I purchasing.: *Single copies the Married Woman's, Private !I I shall meet with any disappointment. : Board of Health,in, New York and..elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy,- and,*.. Ja

,t I' the Jail in Duval county, on the night of the Medical Companion will be sent by mail!, in a close I Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and spending the most, of my.earnings in attempting much swollen. We. baud oi\lf8 very' ''*

" /t r, .1 3d of January last, where he was confined on envelope, to any part of the United States, for 50 cts., I the year. LEE JUDSON & LEE. to regain my health,and after reading be so benefited, as she aSiSki. d

Jt p. V.: conviction for Burglary and Larceny. Said ,post paid,to Dr. K. M. WEISSELHOFF. Box: 2710, I P. 8.-B. F. .LEE, formerly of the firm of in some paper of your Sarsaparilla resolved of diseases. But it ha.,O88trSgeS?,;

.::: : Hanlin is about 35 years old, about 5 feet. 10 New DOLLA York R. No City unpaid or THREE letters will COPIES be taken for from ONE the I -Lord & Lees and late senior partner the original to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear,- relieved. her of v the U vi4yt iaiaav.M spy ri
rather light complected but sallow, firm of Lee & Brewster from don me good and called to'see that statement is lit
P.t ;' .f inches high, Post Office. No agents whatever, are employed to I which con great yon at thl.S eo
:.j: ::t.:" hair light, or gandied, small,' dull, muddy blue sell this NEW EDITION, which can only be obM nection he withdrew some time ag'o, has resumed your office ; with your advice I kept ontO and do almost like fiction, tatit is, nevfrtLewffi t

,: !,: .;, ; yes, downcast look, lips thin and closely compressed rained by sending as above. Publication Office, 3 5 8 M business in connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice. 1 persevere reality. Your SamparilUV j. ,certiiilv15 f.vgj

(. :./ < beard thin and scattering. He curried Broadway, N. Y. City.NEW. Judson, and assures his friends that the new in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine cad should be used ; J

.tt. : .. .':: off two negroes with him when he escaped from concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to attend to my usual labors for the lust one that is uffering as we htivelen.1-1 I n'erj

;e"., ;,: Jail ; since which time he has been roamingat EDITION this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished four months, and I hope by the blessings God disbelieve this nccount, they are (Jli ti

't.jt large committing other crimes. The above 0, ; the other two houses to which he be and'your Sarsaparillu to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular' dtacnslntloV atlibeflytG i 'T

. t.: .. reward will be paid by the undersigned on DR., WEISSELHOFF'S SCIENTIFIC WORK longed. June 25, 1847. 2ySARTAIN'S helped me-beyond the expectations of all that Y raj.eetJulJy, -:': C_
."t.,., .j\ ;' delivery to tbe Sheriff of Duval County. ON THE SUBJECT OF ,o knew my case. CHARLES QU1MBY. \VIlLJAIJ TOWSER'lJlmtl-lt .

W} OLlVELVOOD, I JOHN ". P01,", CHILD-RI RTH. UNION MAGAZINE. Orange, Essex Co.N.J, Aug. 21847. &n

.'.,C 'A- OSCAR: HAUT, I A. M. REED, A saw and beautifii'edition! of this celebrated OF LITERATURE AND ART State of Nets Jersey, Essex County rss. -Cbas. DYSPEPSY. *'

.,.::'I,'.II THOMAS LEDWITH, I C. P. COOPER, work, on the subject of GESTATION AND CHILD Quimby being duly sworn according law, on No finid.or ine Jidinv h s'ever le ,L
:' ;. : YALE BIRTH. by R. Weisselhoff.. M. D., late of Paris, FOR JANUARY 1849. t dilCC','
I. : PHILIP COX his oath saitb, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the .Q.
' I tasjust, issued in New York. It ia work which PltlieJalcl-
: : A. A. CANOVA, I T. 0. HOLMES & CO true according the best of his and or saliva in
:! : should be in the hands of every Man and Woman who knowledge decomposing food and *trruttew I
Jacksonville Dec. g, 848. tf MES.'C. M. KIKKLAND AND r& F.l. 9. HART, belief. the
r. ;; 'J : las incurred or intends to incur the responsibilities organs digestion as thisrwMntSrf In
, t : .\, --- of the Marriage state. It will be fouad <>f special value Sworn and subscribed to before'me at Orange Sanap riJIll. positively

' L\ r:'!,4':: HOLMES &. CO. to those whose means health or other circumstan- Eighty pages of letter press on new type and extra the 2d August. 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN dyspepsia, however severe or caresevervemf t J1Inle. t'e
v era, do not permit them to increase the number of fine paper, three superb mezzotinto' cmtettish Justice of the Peace. BANK DEpARTME ArBArv. ttJ
.4/, t" ,' _ their family without great inconvenience suffering, meat, and eight other varied 1l1ullralitm,. "R. TOWNJENS I :IJ:11IO. 1s.cS. .
':" ; HOLMES & CO., have removed or perhaps risk of life. A. method avoiding then 1_ laTe been Iidf& f!
TWO CHILDREN BA VED. for several
,$:' 1i their stpck-f Merchant! to the large troubles and dangers at will. (recently discovered by are already aware that the Union years with dispejsia, itiVcnJ ( t
; few fact form
rrHEPublic utftlitltd
.:) ;: celebrated French Physician.) ia fully communicaed Very we have wilh s urnej>s of _etomacL lw; l
2, : t building formerly occupied by the United States, has changed residence, as well not heard of that used Dr. ,
: ;. in this work. The means of prevention cost com one- Tewnsend'sSarsaparilla aJtdi.ef extreme heartburn and
r a jtml
; : : known as the Government Building. They paratively nothing.and are within the reach of all.- as changed hands, since the publication of the in time lost any children the past ann n to all kia
: /!! : have added to their stock, by the late arrivals The process is new, sale, infallible, convenient, and December number, Messrs. Sartain aud Sloana. summer while those that did not sickened and '(what I could eat> l lave been unable '
});:' from New York a full assortment of Dry Goods, simple, and cannot injnre the health of tha most de!. ken having purchased it of the former proprietors died. The certificate we publish below is con. but a small pertion eft stsmacb tried retain <
: : my
o: l .i: Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c., cate. Nor does it curtail matrimonial privileges in and transferred its place of publicationfrom elusive evidence of its value and is oalv another ,U88>1, remedies bnt thcvnt._ \ >.'.;+.i.:...i... ._tit-.: .p\f
tF' which they are prepared to sell at reduced the least. New York te Philadelphia. In addition, instance of its the'Una effect in -4 -' --- -11.
of children
saving the
:, removing
,, 03" There is no deception If complaint. I was induc.
. or humbugger1 any also to the services of Mrs. Kirkland who will I
,.1''"._r' prices. kind: about this work. It i precisely what its tide inicates DB. TOWHSEHD-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two mont since, to try year Extnrt 'oJ.
).;1':: ::. They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, ,a scientific publication,containing information continue, as heretofore, contribute to its pages cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer I of Sarsaparilla, and 1 must *.y with little MBfiaence S.ll
''' : .' Hides and other produce of the country, at the the proprietors have engaged, as an associate -
. : :i f great value married people,or those cnntempla- complaint and dysentery one was only 15 ; but after using nearly two-
:1." "t.1:. .' highest Market rates, and make cash advances ting n.rriageexpressed in plain language which allan Editor,Professor John 8 Hart, of Philadelphia months old and the other 3 years. They wereverymuchreducedazid I found my appetite restored and the Heart ttJn.'lve bars al,
i to their friends in Savannah understand. The whole is told, and the '
:; ,. f n consignments story expected they would entirely removed end I would
;' and Charleston or New York. means 'of accomplishing the objects of the work fully it is confidently believed that the patrons of die eaiiestly"comniend & eil
Ti" : they were given two the
by ofit
; up use to these who Save
and faithfully given, so that the reader avail him the
have article of Wrought Iron may Magaiine will find signs of improvement
".1., :: ; : They a new elf of it ai once, without purchasing any medicine, physicians. When tbe doctor informed us that afflicted,I, have beta. Yonrsr&eW.W.'TAN "' s.Ph'
:. which they would respectfully callS .18 as change. Its external is ,
,1.: i Ploughs-to nittrument. or other snide, from the author. Th > appearance we must lose them, we resolved to try Jour ZA DT.
.I"i1. the attention of Planters. means of protection which it recommends. may also improved. For evidence of this the reader Sarsaparilla we had heard 8O'Jl uch of, but had N. B. Fnrclae no.e but such at have wrap*: alllir

..!5 ;; ;'' .. 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 ad. pen that hide the bottle completely aJid brr,
!4V < ---- -- -- --- jury. department, the Magazine may now fearlessly vertised that: is worthless: bat we are' very the written signature ef S.P. 'O'\\t\SEND: ;

. ., :,\:." NOTICE TO SETTLERS Beware of Frauds on this Work. challenge a comparison with uny of its rivals.In thankful that.we did, for it undoubtedly saved PriAei Office 126 Iulton-et. uu'Bufldig2 I"
... .1., Beware ofa catch penny fraud upon this work at respect to the LITXEAKY character of the .
. \ the lives ofboth. write this that others may i N. Y.;Jledding k co. 8 Stated. Boston I/jot*, ,
..a( Under *'Armed Occupation Act." 25 cents which is only aiel eco,,to promote the saleufMauriceaus Magazine, it will be the earnest endeavor of all be induced to use it. Yours I & 132 North ; 'So
, respectfully, sons, SecondrbiLdtli'ib 9:
'" or Desomeax'a instrument $10, firthe concerned in its ;
. \. 'r. TullE UNDERSIGNED of the United publication, to secure for it JOHN WILSON Jr. S. Hance Baltimore
!. Agent same object that the work itself pretends to be druggist, ; Luro-c) ; .'
the contributions
of the
S r' '' JL States Treasury, &c., will attend at the written, the real secret of my original work be-im-,- affords. The best writers that the Myrtle-avenue,"Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. RichMond; P., W. Cohen, Charleston;!Wriflit
*5t;: ..: '" following places, on the days specified below,to withheld. Those who wish for the original and genuine country proprietors have already L UNA TIC AYSL UM. .& ct. !:! (hartres-st. New Orleans: 103Eonti, 'ft

,: r .. '; take and receive proofs, by depositions ..before work by Dr. Weisselhnff with private note entered into arrangements for articles fromalmost Jam Cummingsr one of the Assistants .Pearl-rt.Albany Van,Buckirk. 293 cur. ./ '
: .:.J-: him in relation to the settlement and occupation added by his own hand can obtain it only by sending every writer of distinction in the United in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell'sbland is the Market and Broad-ets. Newark, NJMd& 4
lirertly tn him as heemploysno Agents whatever States of which they offer what they claim to '
j..j' of all who obtained permits under pnneipaj Druggists and Merchants 1
{.! persons and never sells the work at wholesale-therefore no be a respectable.first fruits" ia the gentleman spoken fin the following letter: iwmDy
r,,;',:.. ': the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to provide Book Agent Pedlar, Postmaster or Bookseller can number.very present RHEUMATISM.This tbreagbout the United States. West hdln ft** .

7.. 4. 'a' :' for the Armed Occupation and Settlement possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, there"oie is only one of more than four thousandcases 'the Canada- A. M. REED, Agent t
'\: .!.4 of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida ,of false copies and imitations, may not ony AN ORIGINAL NOVEL., of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, :li4* 11t

L.,1, :..': ," approved August 4th, 1842 and who were be worthless,butdhugernus! All infringemcntsof A special feature for the present volume will Has cured-The most severe and February. ,. 1848. ly .
"0' '; occupauts 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 ex ..' o

:r;. thereof, approved June 15th, 1844, and will only sell altered or abridged copies. This is the manuscript of which has been purchased for traordinary virtues : BILLIARD SALOON "
only original and true work-no other can be genuine .
i i" :' 4.. who actually occupied or settled under said thousands of copies have been sent by mail with the purpose. The publication' of this novel BLAC&WELL'SISLAND, Sept.U,1847.D -' Sr
. '& and did not voluntarily relinquish and will commence in the third number and mill in AND
, ,1 ; Acts perfect afety.IQ TOWHSEND-Dear Sir: I suffered
. ;f, i:1'. abandon tbe same; but continued to reside ont : Copies of this) work will be sent,in a close envelope no case be extended into the succeeding year, even terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; BOWLING ALLEY.Ti

!; r !r said j rentier Fouth of the line dividing Township ,at single letter postage,to any pan of tha United I though a large number of extra pages have to considerable of the time I could not eat sleepor Subscriber hw vecently purcittrf1; ,
;.tr', .nbers nine'and.tea South and East of States, for 81, sent paid tn be it THE
to to
: nu post I printed bring a conclusion before work; ;1-had the most distressing pains, and. \ fitted:up'as a Billiard Salooa w.' I
:.;);f ::.' : the base line specified in said Act of 1842, DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF, the close of the 'volume.Fteiuaums.. my.limbs were terribly swollen. I have used Bar Room, the spacious premises fonnerlj e* I'

; : ::. ." thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Actd, Box 2710, New York City. : four.bo tles of your 8arsapurilla.and they have ned by Government, art! occupied by..Jud'.

,....!_.. z" .. tii:- PUBLICATION OFFICE: 338 Broadway New done me more than one thousand dollars worth Lancaster. He has also just finished.*eplraiJ., \V
1.jv, .' Newnansville, Alachua County, on Thursday York City. The following splendid Engravings, suitable of good..-lam so much better.:' Indeed am Bowling Alley, connected with his estzbli .. :

..".', S.. ... 12th October, 10 days. Jan., 1849. 2m for Parlor Ornaments, have been engraved at entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use ment, and, at present, the only one ia hIhotJ J

tJ;' ,.. At Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d' an expense of more than $1000..and are offered I,this for the.benefit of the afflicted. yule, which will be'open to tie:Public en Me* .
h' !'w : r October, 10 days. A. M. REED us Premiums in connection with the Magazine.The Yours,).respectfully, JAMES CUMM1NGS. day next, the 23d October. As be'las been it' ioe.

'itt;'. AtMicauopy, Alachua County, en Thursday, constantly on hand a well assorted price of either picture Is of itself$3. COULD NOT WALK great trouble and expense to afford this mealS
tLt4 .t ;:.t 2d November, 2 luys. HAS A large whole-length Portrait of ( Z.,Taylor rJ That Dr: Townsend's 'Sarsaparilla is the very healthy recreation he trusts his exertifflit fi'

At St. Augustine, St. John's County, on Thurs- of'I I Represented resting on his war horse, Old best remedy for female complaints there ill will be rewarded]' ". J

day,.9th November, 1.0 days. Groceries, Provisions DryGoods, I Whitey. Engraved on steel, in Mezzotinto, by no disputing; thousands and thousands oi JOHN CLARK will always keep on hand t& cLiii

r At St. Lucie Countyon Monday, 27th November Hardware Crockery &c. viz J. Sartain, from Daguerreotypes taken from weak and debilitated females that were prostrated choicest LIQUORS and HAVANA,:SEGABStC1
i 10 days. ; life expressly for this plate. Size of the work by those diseases to which females are and he ,feels confident- that no ;ifault ., i l

: ,: ." At-Mellouville, Orange County, on Thursday, Superfine Flour, in bbls and M bbla ; exclusive the margin, 24 by 16 inches. subject were soon in the enjoy ment'of robust( 'found with. him in this particular : .a.J

!"..,.. ;4 .: 14th December, 10 days. Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; Group of Portraits of the Washington Family health. S '. + ,. rCLAP.. i'...

,9: ":' : At Ocala, Marion'County, on Monday, 1st January H ms, Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; Including Geo. Washington,Lady Washington, New YORK,$ept.23, i84t. Jacksonville t Oct. 21,.18(8._ \3ai; iadd

' -4. Jp :' 10 days.AtfChocochattie Mackerel, Codfish, Salt Rice; Eleanor Parke Custis, George Washington DL TOWKSEND-Dear Sir: ,My>wife has for, -: -_ _----;------'

.5. ,.. \ ; Benton County, on Monday, Goshen Butter, Lard Cheese White Deans Parke Custis and Washington's favorite Ser the last year been very sick, and.in greatly CALCJIN'ED PLASTKU PARI&P.

.'.. :. 4k 15th January 10 days. Irish Potatoes; vant. Engraved in Mezzotinto, on steel, by J. reduced state ,ofhealth, being, rducedby. a
.- A I. AtTampa, Hillsborough County en Monday, I Sperm Oil, Candles; Sartain, from .the original by Savage. Size, variety of complaints such as'females are'liable 'COGGINS I& CO,dot. PhiladeMU, C >' S _\

-. f 30th January, 10 days. Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee; exclusive margin, 24 by 16 inches. to ;;she got so bad at length that 1T1e'wu entirely '' ; tinue to 'manufacture, CALCINE., ce

At Key West,Monroe County, on Monday, 14th Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; Remember, our Premiums are not from old unable to walk,and was as helpless as a child; PLASTER of the f 1

February, 10 days Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed and Pulverised morn out Magazine 'p'atest not worth the postage commenced, usingyour,Sarsaparilla'and \that can be WhilM-JlDd..b'* tOE

I _. _- At Dade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 Sugar; on their transmission, as is the .case with she immediately began regain her strength, :, cash per Jbarrel;, r

'days.All'cases. Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen the offers of some others. The Proprietors of complaints left her, after, taking sevfr.ral .. 'snipping conditition. ,- ',' *- P 1 t
presented will be examined and tine; Sartaiu'a Union Magazine ,intend in all.instances bottles 8h. iare: tored. Being 'a'.singular- ALSO, STEREOTYPE PIASTER itt K po

ported on, and persons interested are requested London Porter, Port,Madeira and Champagne when a promise is made to produce .something case I thought it might"do good to publish it!-* 'and LAND ,PLASTER at 89 bUT \61

34 to have their permits, depositions, and witnesses Wine; of real merit and value.TERMS She used a number of remedies that done her Direct orders %hejroprtorsat.VbiW". .

,d';, t5 ready, and be prepared to prove their Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves &c. : .I! no good previously.. Yours, respectfully phia, or to' JOHN't'AVENKAUGH, Nct:,Of
L eases fully, in conformity with the printed instructions 4..Complete Assortment of Dry Goods arfefolk-st leans, JP. COQG1.NS'&CO ida
? ; Calicos One copy of the Magazine, and one of the 'i {, k .JOH MTJLLEN, .
forwarded each claimant. Ginghams Muslins S. 1 tfji I
Bonnet .
S P P' and Taffeta Premiums;- '. ,. I'bfladelphsh. ,
; $3
'.;I.; ,,, ,HUGH ARCHER, Ribbons; Two copies of the Magazine and one of oo o THI&LADIES, 0et:' 1,:1849. .-3a f bt
1i.1 and f -
; Sheetings -
r' Agent United States Treasury. Shirting bleach'dandunbleach'd- .. / hIS
LPctLl4l848. nl Irish Linen, Diaper/Btshopa'and Long Lawn Premiums, i .5 QQ ,.GREAT, '. FEMALE'MEDICINE.DR. .. .. "C.H'An.LES1 'DfiAUCTIONEER.,W'AAL. '
; Five copies of the Magazine and one of .
Cambrics. .
Jaconet Swiss and & SARSAPARILLA is a sovereign '
.4a ./ '. '* .- Hdkfs cross Muslins; the Premiu1flfand'a'copy: of the Magazine and for. and .
Land for Sale. Hosiery, Gloves speedy cure incipient consumption, hOt
Suspenders -
' ''iL al. ,
; /
the .
. .,. extra to Agent; S I' 10 00 JACKSONVILLE
t: .. $CT> Wx offer for sale two tracts of Land Tickings, Linen and Cotton Oanabure: for the general prostrationoftha system-no f in ILto
) Single copies SALES of the f
Wine white and brown ; 25 eta.flp matter whether the result inherent t cause, J3T: any part Countyattea. .
P 3b which from Jno. M Linen Drill '
purchased '
G. one yf pants The must and respectully solicited.
money each order.' 'oJ
accompany .
&C. & &c or 'causes produced by:irregularity illness or
.t Botrden, situated on Lake George, and consistsof : No letters taken from the : '
office :JackzevilleMay61848WM.S.LAWTON
ffnaAto-Sak post unled&he' ; : lh,
three hundred and fifty acres more.or less Gingham, and Cotton, in steel"and postage i&'paidji n '. *', :, wo .t' accident. -r\ ..... ,. ,
1 than its invigorating ,
land whale bone frames < Nothing can be more surprisiDg. -? eft
pin. hammock with a large ; '. 0
orange Address JOHN SABTAIN & CO. rt J. .
Hardware effects the\hviman.frame... Pert! _
CWkry-Knives ,
vt. ,the other from William .
purchased t
Scissors Razors
gr '
Gardiner situated near the above mentioned Nails, Hinges Butts, Knaves and Forks; ; Third Street,'oppositeMerchants'*Exchange, sons all'weakness*nd4assitude,'from-taking it FACTOR;AND 'COMM1$1ON'KERCWA1It* ; ;

tract.on.the: St. John's River, and consists of Tea 'Irays' Spoons, Dec. 16, 1848._"1 'PhilMelphia.LevyCouty i at once become robust and.fflU.of.eaergy/undex! ; i 'I'" 11 40 : barieston' : ".: ,
Collins Axes;Hammers Hatchets .r 'tt ; .1.1t'I71LLbe its influence. It'immeoiately counteracts then I'' r..,h. -_', <,. i" &alj
twa-hundred "
anti less Saws 1x4o1lecsor',8
fifty more or ; Sale
acres '
; ; ltet-!
tem'ttam which E.&Jaudon Eeq.n
and &. Carriage Wrenches, Halter reles es8 of the b the ; \
fine i Chains pots ;
. .5 The above lands will be offered for sale at ties &a, &a; Ket ., sold on theilst;Monday/of April great cahs '!rtairrennessB 'ta sa_ Hj srfijt ic, If f aoniUe, E. .;;.GovC.J., McDpnald, O&j;i r Ptl

Public Auction, at the Court House at Jacksonville A few Rifles ..low priced-Powder Flasks. and, ,-3 1 H pjclock Jlex&.l84t,? between;the! hours of 10 t lit will not fibo;expected f of vaf in cases of.,so ,FusmanEsqCh rI ston.- ,;.gw,.C.. ,'. Hfiavf, }.
' A Good AlD (.thefpllowingt lot'i-orj parcel of delicate..nature,to exhibit certificates of curesperformed 'EIme, afeaton, 8'.! A ,. ,-. "" :1 liP IF'
'; t' on the second Monday in March A.D t.of.Crockery and Tin Ware 160 '> -
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JNO.S. SAMMIS. and all kinds. ,-, .including all costs and chargea.% .Said lands are Itindreda tff.TJ'"ea baveurepprted itiffe j tousdi& :t: ,, Ii)S"i."t".i:t'; : ;; J. l1Lt

: t.J.. Jacksonville, Noy.llth, 1848. 4m A variety Fancy Articles Perfumery. Medicines&e. [8itJtd t ndJ1oaWak,8tW T,8ectiQK, ;ketab'i,9kiiea DR. TowsisENO: My end'general'debility:' ucJng and AiriPzit8oNS rDd \'t .1ia !EiiiHt1 it..
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O.ORDIALS &c.-Maraschino, Cura ao, I iy: inund eefcrlver ft president:of-;this State, d maul [ 4Mv 00 W.,owjour' ;Coonty
$ Lemon Syrup. ..Raisins, ;Citron -t188.-A'i-' w sIngle and double'barrel; ;known as the Devil's Hammock' )!.oL' QI.hAi. 4ct great CUJU'"an ;also -nUko: mjnieaiate payicenfcAnd1: 'aflperScibateebavI1ig Obf
m I j Currants ; Preserved Ginger; Fresh Salmunund .. Guns., superior ua1itrJ fQr sale bt""" ., jTJxef) i abovd 'landajwilbbtf,cold',at,the<*Cour& har, lcomded1u h\cases as!bav. ', demanda?against the.aald, "";. the

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