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 17, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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"0ilUeSOh December, Mr. \\.t'St HU ,'.": .0 _._.. ,i .If 'the" importation of slave*. : .;.11' 't i
liie -. ; j. J ajSatufactory: "were these,promicmato.&he '
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J m3 n.,1Ih l.i! JiUorIZ $ .. .: fraWrs;>ofythe 'constitution, tJut :thn .second, i Jlf'
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[for thusStdtheseevergladesandlhereu 'qnR'coUNTKT. almost equal uaaainrltT, asd evta tiuiwa ; '::11.
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J I ".'t '. Massachusetts.land Connecticut. '
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S .- I :' ; : These provisions of,the constitution affect '*
j3'- I VOL. .J A'C1SOVILIJ 'SA1LTRD.tV' ltf Qq' !B i q'i J;;: i4'9. [ ;
land! .xH : I 1'0. ,10.I the existence slavery iu the Uuion.which was Wabaut
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to be formed and make
the seeretary's : '0__ __ __. a specific pl'tTi'c| A i
I ed -at the bind offiend u'ouJd request Sena-.I thority ad ;e! ur'es- .of the .s l te.I .- correspondent;< informs us that,tfie U? S. mi BEmaEX's- '; lIon for its protection where it was supposed Ito '.;*f
which I j ,ADDRESS.To : be most '
able, to i They go further,there- i >:|| }
the whole region The quesion has some time been ask storeship Lexington wilI leave this port cognise slavery '
look. Nearly as an elementary principle 4v '
;or's to lake of fresh 'aler-a prairie'overed I ed,, whether Congress could hold these for New York between"'the 1st nlid 10th thtPtopU ofthiUEe1iates: the constitution, rtgulaiinj or influencing the j', 1 41t

t a vast with water d'Hmg ill fieasons;, i! ]lands at al) ; but all admit that it so inb! November. She! \vill toUch at Valparaiso !'- FILLOW <:mz xs:-We .desirous of comrauning government created by it in the two most inv ''j t)1

I six feet d pep. ,.I'h' \\'a I j lerferes will the authority and rescue arid Rio de. Janeiro, and shouldthe ';.iritb.f jou,on,a snbject which is, in oar tion.portant. particulars representation and taxa- '..
to r will examine the
iram tret Ote- of the have t interest of require it at jadgmeot, iatimatelcounected with the peace records of the I
is chiefly supplied from Ik I ces tate to large quantities I[ commerce lad harmon/ of the Union. We make. proceedings ot that day, will b&perfectly satis' j
,. ter bobet''hich is fttth: northern end .,f |lof public lands .unavailable to them, Sandwich Islands The Lexingtonwill 'gyP-for do'.$ '; our justification will be uo found apol"BO fied.,Uut these provisions thus intended to. be + .!

j proposed ,to be nutde. It .isproposed that CdngT'SS' should, after a reasonable I take gold and silver bullion (placer) 'Iu th. motive which iQdi e this'atldress. arid consenrative of} time domestic institutions of the !- t

; 1 the !ant and deep canal | i length of tine, cede them to the -\t8t s,1 to( either of the above mentioned ports, irifhe bj&t "which it seeks to IlcCow 1ih.- South;"indispensable to the adoption a .J'
Ict the constitution that
11 this lake to the waters of the gulf ; Now, hen is a very large portion .of j and deliver to'the agent or consignee That-motive. is,to pr'Jserre jn its priginal'freshness .could never hare;existed.without' ,The, debates this Union of Ihe 9 W 1 I
and :
.11{[ Ylgor.thefraternnl !
mdi Florida of the State : the following rates of freight : T/o feeling which ani- convention show .
0nthe west side, and the n-uters of the J -on: eighth -to ja .n.ated odr fathers:that prompted them to "or-- that this was perfectly under- :
I mid 1 i !: worthies Unled Sutes. Honolulu and Valparaiso, cm gold and stood by the representatives from the llou..t&teI
on the ea t 'SIUP. ;h i-io tally. : 10 tie ; -I dain and establish u'constitution;which uniting .-- fa-!
Atlantic canals or dm.: Him -cJ- i ti : State !itiiiks-she; can make it a-i i silver, one per centum-to Rio and .N. us as one people, has enabled"as to advance holding States; And that with understand- i .:1

cUt t'fl1l1l1er ol ,ttt. I nue--ttIl' ." 10 ".r: .. \.. l' \ <1'' I.'it i.-' '_* ii' \n I is Djifrj' : a -ttj'**-r, !j VorK, on gold, one and a Half per centum with a rapidity unexampled in the history of ,of ing,r,they tifi.at'on ratified: was the a solemn CO:tilUtiou.pledge for The tbea-act 1-f', <

the run t.. ; i'I i i -'on silver, two and t a half centum. linn to our present eminent rank among the elves I awl in behalf r t
-\'IO'dt'ilre! ,(>1" i ; I' .JU t..t' \\ \.tts > > "to -.t rreiV p nI I per mnnf. the wiri. The whieh of thtir constituents, for i
,lie ( C" ,. .. The insurance and silver object wet observance of these *
ani le r IOlit I a si fH.111": loIl vt- Mr-lie ii .n >:- :' ';;Uf.l' ( unade! j gold St..k to accomplish, ito obtliiu (row stipulations, according }V .
"Hlf yoi u
to their letter
; I n :Hth IOJI tll i1u't: t'4.:4ia v t i t..able! ;nr oi <:\ <: 0':1.- t. ;itself i bit !_ o;: boaal H mnin-tif-vatusualI'., 'be 'ltI, p.lSiuoJ.te :mrn$ patrioth consider ation has been red med and spirit.is How"far ihai.pledge I '' -i i
1.0"0 .
.tt .Iillt't ne local Impruve.lI$ to Lie j. I... i" .; \; a ;; t""l : lii ilita-' 1 low! one per C.''lIt. The* Lfcxiiurton v ;i; i j'.aiUl \\4,; "1 t'f1s. ,, 0 ut. 4rnasIres. cilculateti.. we' flf.r., ,to by denunciation, an of inquiry the conduct not to o* answered ,;t
: ,. tte '. : will\\\ :, ,,>l.f n i that feeling, and to beget animosities of any iff,
.;. iii' 'ile I')fl ichasers.ol me IJr..llledII i .' ry position. I Uiuk, i Wtl1r, i 1 rf>i I : -5u1er" undoubtedly. HMke.I's'iori :die unfriendly J j.to* "individual' anti to nation- il portion of our countrymen. Ins a simple narrative : 1t. 1

'1uid.:" tJr J 'Miher, by associations ofon t MH'HPUH'hilo 'dent, it i is one ol tiu):e cases w.ieie tut: II : passage.PiuAcy. f p'rbsprity. "We nuke no sectional apea}., We of events the which we offer to your consideration "'It" t

er!;, by the State with e : i fact beanO' cerItI'cJ tfr.it. the land be- '' .-A nnnor is extant here that'' : ":ldd't' J'ourtd\'t'5' to'the whole American ,people' ,in by whatever persual portion of which of the our.Union fellowcivtizecs I 4

sole ,'iv\\' if enhancing the value I ofiand the j ing totally ,..It.s t' ihe LJtiited Sate, a merchant. J. rk,. bu.md:: from Valparaiso merest as to in those who hate' and coinmon.aud an equal may dwell, may decide for themaelvetheu they- :oj': t"l k1t

f.f :ajrriciiltnral purposes. In : and that we cannot dispose 01! it to make L tj thi- port, !has been seized by the friend I; relations preierving which hippily perpetuating subsist the between tion of its observance or violation. ; ti ;,

this repeL the undertaking is lik' thai 1Qlvenng i I'any ihiiiir by its sale, we ought to ce'e : c re .v and the captain and officers putto the different States of the Union. If Qur Fur thirty years after the adoption of the : ,

the banks of the Mississippi I it as in tie bill." death. Also, ihat an armed vessel right thus-to present elYes to your noticebe constitution as to give these no provisions serious were so far respected ;:; !:,J ;

ri,'er. These fire improvements; which .Mr. Benlon, in a brief and sensible! } lias been de patched from Callab) in her questioned weanswer that it is the privilege to any body. Passing for the causeofcomplaint present the pre- ". ,. ,

it i is out ol the question to suppose can speech, went for the bill. Afterdescnbing pursuit. VVe cannot vouch for the of freemtn to confer with their be fellows on matters tensions set forth, and the agitations created J'i."t.i
hit asked
public coJ ern hiS
iederal and : the everglades, and their em truth of this it : why by the Mi--?duri cunrDVt'r.y, we proceed to con- '
b( oWby i tie government, pre story, though comestous the.present moment been chosen fur this address sider the j .:
;'llfClttll.hWlr. engineer officers voithlcssness, he remarked as follows : in a very plausible shape. when (us it, i* $..id) no decisive rue.trfure its operation provision and the iu relition resistance to fugitive Which slave-it has',. I.*' tot- ;I

,I'attetnp'pd; Jo be so made, millions i I I "Now, M r. President, it is an axiom, From a long article upon,the civil organization tus been perfected. the answer is. th.it themo-' ': been doomed to enCouu fr. '- f ,

: I r rf rrj:v he f.I:lldf n'd to no good end.f .- that whenever property passes from of the Territory of California m'n which most precedes propitipna not'th it to which conciliation follow. isthat That provision ia in the following words. ::: :ij i- ;
. i! ,".;. "!.vh1* IK- IIItllt'lay practical men Hands th-it cannot use ii, into hands we extract the following:. action on the subject in controversy. :If; .in "No pt-r-on held to service or labor in one : ':.'r\
I ag. ,
!,. V ?- \viii.i Hie %*iuntrv, interested I that can, there IS a public gain I In ihat That we are without any established it be asked what are; onr qualific ftibns furthe, State under lie laws thereot'iicapiug into another } -

., ,; JII.! IH jj.Jlri-"uHulil pro.-peiity, I point of view, it will be a great public I l form of civil government is readily admitted task in, which we tire engaged it seems obvious ,' St.tte, sh.ili, iu cuisequeuce or any law ': r: ,

I '. .' v-i ilul It -siuiulit! he under : neriefit to pass these; everglade l lands I ; but that "the Colonel' ) of the to reply that the prolonged nttend.mce at the or ieguL. t"n. :Lbor therein, but nh.ill be discharged be delivered from such'serviceior. ; i

t ,: c <\,tll.i Oi ti.e wte. I do not snpwe i which, as they now lie, are entirely useless Iht Dragoons," as commanding officer dem s atof md.government and the pirt, :which which-weure ouroih'ciil required duties to claim ot the person to whom such service upon or lalabormay -' :. .j.t .

iliat! I let llt' vviii undertake the !i and I injurious' s to the country around of the United States forces, in this Territory take in the adniumtMtiou (puolic aff".in. n* lit dar." This prjvisiou is clear.- :'[;t

;sorkiteii but. i suppose it can re tdiiyciirran I!: them I. mil of the 1 possession of the I gov I has the powei to establish and cesirily, mike us iaiibr wirh-the course 6f There is not an uucert-iu or equivocal' word" to' -*. t .

ma\ !einentson l hi!rhlv I Javoiabie j i' eflllo.elll, wluc.h makes no use of them, continue a temporary civil government political events. hut we invoke no aid from not befound be done in it.., What Shin be and what shall 5 .-,
re fui.y anIdistine&lysemt.rth
with 'iiidixiduals! Ma.iaums i into other! han'.N thai will drain and ctilthem. here by the of pilicial station We do not 'Idres you iu our It ;- rtff
\erm is or ir> ( appointment a governor representative ch iracter._ We speak to provides th it the igitive slave h.l1not be \ tr:
t t; undertake if under eOlulitiflllot I'UlI' : \I\'ale For th'it purpose, I .im flu. and council, in whom 'shall, reside the American freemen, and ask to be.heard you in the as di-charged from. his servitude, but shall be de.- :: ':. ft'

Ut!.IIIIo.l :pecLitt ion on tiie one ; itfl prefer that i ihe lut'altltC governinent power of framing such.laws.and adopting spirit in ,which we address you. viTfd tiles up on' the cl.aiu! of his .owner. This a ci ,
cons an essential of the
; llall\\!. and xviin guarantie> a;am:i where! tie-e! Ian is lie should per such measures as the present state The subject to which we would call your attention comp Ict-:is part anti put parcel 'of constitutional the supreme : ;, r. .

f lailurotoafPociiphsh \\ Ia may be done, I j form the work required' I ihan io le-ive it I of the Territory imperatively demands. is the controversy untupiiy txbting law 'of the l.iid. As bTich it is binding on the ;-1

, on the other ha ud." rur tile federal jjoveinmeni to do 1 Now that Com. Jones has arrived upon between portions of our fellow citizens, in the i tedrral aud' State govtniueiu< uu the States, V
I what : idea that tiiis feder il coast Col.! Mason is of two gre>t sections of the Uuion. resulting from aud on all the lividua's composing them... '
in to have our
i. Again, reply question no government I course second a diversity of feeling awl ,of opinion, concerning The sacred n* # \'
J 1 i poriiun of these lands are under water, will make money in any thing of I'' in authority ; and with the commodore the relation which exists between'' the European emu injunction obligation of the compact supreme law:, arid, which the sol 10gUlators E}

) II t tor Me.! \ oeoU states as follows ;- this kind that j it undertakes. It re- as commander of the Pacific and African f.iCt-'I', who dwelt in this and judge both federal and State, t':_ }

,i ".t i is .fully set forth in ilipcommissiuiifi's mains for individual enterprise to de- J squadron, lies the power of immediately l southern section. W inviteyour attentionto. are.bound.by ath to n port, all unite to en :; '_.Pi

, f report, page G, winch I shall advert :: velope the resources of the country, I, establishing a government here. Should a brief narr.Jtire of this controversy; its origin i force its fulfillment, according to its pUinmeaniug f J
, and progress an 1 to III it Series of me.isures to '
tll'lthlll the -zrant- there is now j i I and make money out of their own operi{ i neither of these officers, however, feel which it .It:,! given-rise, which by a larje portion meaning and iiiteut its true are in-ear.,there was As.to no what diversity that .". "..n.:

a'unvsover."l' uith I wnier, and which ]i aliens, while the governmentreceives i inclined to assume the reponsibility of the Anieric.iD people are deemed injuriotjts opinion in the earlier jays of the republic. l'
2I tfolU Ilr ill( i I.tlp. f1rt"i' la ',)ulI "i|I its advantages in the. eneral ameliora-I i required, we believe, it ui i I be-not only to ihe inierests ..ot.lhpo'lth' aggressiveupon (Congress, the State legist iturcs, federal,and t 1;:

I1lld:: '. :.e Ll; re :,.k._ ) iC.1uJCt', trout I J Jthirlylive I tion of the country at large 'I he State I |proper but highly* necessary that the. the true their spirit; right, intent!,.:i1 !l ttnd.purpuse u'iik?. irtcousisteut our with constitutional State judge I *.unll magistrates, all spontaneously' ;:3

ft) u. umy I diI.. Uunr.-etei, j iNive.nmenl .Florida. Bas an interest. 'I |people of this Territory should. as a.lIle'Isure ,compact. ', This controversy had its- that pi teed period the ,same none lUtt'rpo interpretation. $impediments on it. During in the 0 ;, i

. ami other lall.lt1I 1'I:.e aonfjerii; J j :11 deariiiar out what is "'fioxiousnd' !'.i of self defence, immediately urigiu.atau early; period ufour history. It begin way of the master, seein'ng to recover his fug!* ,. ) 1.

r line of tire prrant, and which tit I. t.tproposed ;il' tiU'iitHil: I, and in :briiiging; into ue !I i lake the necessary steps in the matter, shortly aftrr the acknowledgment of our tiveslivej'nor; did any deny his right to have v :. 6 1

to drain ui reclaim, and wlnoij -.vi'i.j'ovi-t' uas before,iiseless) and ma- : alter( toe example of our; tester at the',I!. i U.Iepefld(1tCe Tt ( .awl h'aajjrijgresrfivojy! iucre ised every pr per-fuci lit, lor the DfoJ emeDt'ot hit JLcl.iim
until h i? arr.iyedTn opjostteraukstwogre.mtprtioris I
cannot be lecluuned, and Jin.hiding aio !; ini/: ', !:ij '. '!.n'e' >" ;periicK-s of the I land j j.North, and tihlish-not young Re- of the American p'ople; and that
* > the eve'jrlides I and AsicenalioofJit a- !;il!:: ; arid w.ug l-jcaied; on thet I |publicbut moderate system of a free xubjec which is. an to one, .in opinion, a sentiment sl.iveholding easy State as one found in a neighboring a non : J

' and Halpa- 'PJt: \t Lee '.:.:. \'> uu: is required, it is I.l t government, which shall 'uhtit.itelv i and or, at mo"t, a question of political power 11 tvtholding State. Bat this state of things r. :

ti 1 tiokee sivantps, ...Acre4,300,000 ':l' 10 ipetJhtend It, and direct what I j i almost insensibly become u portion, oii I in the councils of the nation; 1I'hile'to the other has p.u>s.d away, and, to all practi,.' purpose- ," :! ...

itT tf Tticre i is Otr.asi.ualf'o'er.. i1'J.1.' : 10 he ti*>lIlHllll, how It should i i i'be 'that which Congress shall! vouchsafe to the, most ii is vital.confessedly In its, of all subjects it. has of policy riseto the provision may be lid to be almost defunct. "
progress given Now when take into consideration
we the
ed with wilier l government : us, opposing parties series of measures which have been more portance of this provision and the clearness .
T t.J t. thai it iMiut CXj'et"eJ1.1 l le a!'', *ir, the most proper to do it. I am, have worried each other down to a com- recently multiplied with a degree of rapidity with which it i. expressed we submit to all : ::.t' 1

1 er be of;if It vlue, 1,000,000 I tiieretore, opposed to employing officers !, promise. ; that manifests the determined purpose and ex- thole to whom we address ourselves, in whatever :-. ,

U )IK-IP 'iii> IIt'c'lI'e. ed59iJ.6S2 make further traorlinury; activity those with whom they portion (.the Union they may,dwell, that f,.J
lit '
A has us'that
any rumor reached, .J '. Com.. ,, originate1. Theseare all tending tothe, same any evasion of it iaf alike injurious and unlusti. t .
; into sefU.Miand purtirularly to cxallluauons--j Jones and ( '01. Mason l have "hadn.con i result. If carried Into 'execution, we think fi.ible; This' idea Cannot be more 'correctly :, : :

i"t. 4 9IlS 'lifO tuw, bll'tI, enaineerf -for reasons j I versation i .upon .th-is- tall-important: -sub I their certain'effect wonld be to'iuSict an injury concisely, impressively .t.\ted that in the f .t
mostly Worthless bar- If mu'.t lo"I the1"extent<>which'-it difficult to estimate, of of the
we language two Judges of the '
pane given. necessary go jject, which we are eager tort n- Soiith'ern Supreme ". .l .7
I the
States of the
reits, 1,000OJO the land office and the surveyor general. !]I nominee .that salutary measures will im. on unsettle the political relations between Confederacy the ; to Court. In the case of Priggs ti.th* Commonwealth J "
I' There i 18 unsurveyed arid \Ve have his declaration that the land ;j several of Pennsylvania, Judge Story Idi'j ',:,
yet I mediately be entered into which will 'United Stzttes, as these were adjusted by Historically, it id.well known, that object of r?
'J.; worthless sand barren reported cannot be surveyed until tile water is' constitution to destroy tiiefruterii.il feeling : :t.:
j ensure the safely of life and property, ; this claus? was to secure to the citizens of th*; ,. '
not worth surveying drained off.Ve have the official in I i i which uow unites us more firmly than the the .
as States
1. ; in accordance with, the laws, of the. U.I slaveholding complete right and,title J
- about 1,500,000 fo Million from its appropriate CIJ : piper bands of that,instrument ; and necC!Iar- ownership in their slaves ia '
II. I States. Then shall California with property, every ft:1
ily therefore, to disturb" the and harmony
, peace State of the Union into which
i they might'escape icl
-- lids and w have, the general her ,
i ; j: great resource, her fertility of soil, of the Uuion- from the State wherein thewere1ie1d. :

. Wbole area of land and water knowledge obtained during the Florida 11 I the salubrity of her climnte, and above Our purpose in making the statement whichwe in servitude. The full recognition of this right- :.119:

. in grant, 7,800,000 war. 1 think, then, we have all the in- I 11her, extraordinary mineral resources,' propose, is .not to.excite but r.ither to allay and title was indispensable to the security of ,Jt,
,. [ Of the h'rst item 4,300,000, which forinitiou which the occasion requires I j: become the garden spot of the'world the apprehensions which existing circumstances this species of property in all the slaveholdiog- l' ;

|. includes the everglades and Atseenhoof -that it is to the interest of the fedcrat i j I the place about all others mot to be desired -' : l'tcnlcuatecllo, create, toco'nfroui the dangers States; and. indeed was so vital to the'prtser- ". .
which thre te to disturb and v.ation.of their iuteretss and
II' fa our peace, institutions, that. : !
andHulpatiokee swamps, all the I government, as well as that of the peo- :|: as a residence, where peace and i to avert them "(i ifty the'blessirfg of God it'way 'it cannot be doubted.that it. constituted a fun-1 "

lands that it is estimated ran be redo pie of Florida, that we should make : prosperity shall ,spread. their fostering I be. so) by }tculperate, 'and united counsels, diimentul article. without the adoption of which i :11 1t. ,
. thinned exceed million of available I'I conceived and'cxectited in the' of the Union would not have been formed.
not one these lands as soon aspossible. influences.. spirit patriot Its true 'Ii'
;. i acres. I ihe residue will yet remain I, h would, very much MrenL'then that. 1 j j'peninsula tiitn: In tbc'itfojiieut of apprehended1 peril it design was to guard &inlt..th! doctriDe.aD4'I :

I['"undated and whether those reclaim- oi Fionda-.a \' IOseJ j jhiri. is the part. prudence to ascertiiiii the nature principles prevalent the n 1-.1 nholdinll .1 fi-
: .e I II
ry '
i Discoveiy Y ofanettj 'IIIousitainPasstA and extent -of the danger which threatens us, les, by preventing them from intermeddling, ; 1 i
I*d or not will turn oljllo be as valuable I of ihis coin-try, extending; down i iI j\i Texan hunter--one of those/wild: 'rbj -- with a view .to provide and to,call iuto action with, or restricting: abolishing. the'rights( .j t-.

I 11 niiticipatt-t by ome is '(lulto I '.-<"' ( f,4l l t te ,rr"'ii' boundary J pf the, :!'i ving characters. peculiar to the'unset-,- our jneaus of defence. If the body politic is af- the owners of tte slaves." ; )' vi t!

, I J..ubtful :. t Itlll'' .J: 't:1it.fI': .I'i\\ ,1 : ", Il e I: plutCI'. riled wilderness of the \Vest and. South dictd by disease, a true conception of its character "Again.. "The clause was therefore of the last, ** f I J:

- ': Mr. YuW, his rolUa -.', was mil j nn---which needthe in.iS! of ,'011I'i I f c.iti alone enable. us to effect its cure. importance to the safety and .security of the; t -' :
\ [' -give* the following! account of a new >Y'. hare'c,nct y ut.utentioD to the origin: Southern States; and could hot surrender- ''1 :
) f..%fied \viih the bui, .uiJ ueni toi .aoi i IIUfI",1 'till uisvujMi_ 'ii ; n.a 1 apprebend pass through the t eut'hains I of rrH.mu-. ot his doutruversyanditsky.1u to keep in mind ed by them, without endangering thtir whole.. % :

ian all! the unieciuuned Kmtls lit t \\ c .' .,ukl be inU.:. .a'J. }.UIH'JbcH-: :!ams which traverse thecuntiriem. .,He"1 ht' f' Ict that it. existed for u. ltmgthof time Le- property in slaves. The clause was accordingly '- > \
Di I t r' '* 5late.? Tht-y 1 are now valueless to 1 I elic.al Jis) usiI; ,;'. It ..;;: .\"ill)' it \\.L' i{ IMS snin-n-ente 1 n ne\v route for it military' I rOl!;:( fj.;tlj;,iied'cohsiitu'tiouf.tS tint ill trl1iueht.'were'1boro'lorlued ; th Lt Ihosewho ( in the constitution by the unan : f
: .* Union, but, ;in lat hands ol the peo.i !j'I could; puIt j.11 ')! "' 1\' :;l"i's f( ;jj'titt; : I:i i (ifl't! or'- -u ratifiedAcross; tiie ron'.inenlaiu'.V .- ; : sd 'Iu the fact of thv'existeuce of dOmestic ghlyu' once mous of consent its intrinsic of the and framers practical of -necessity.a proof" at,J' % %

i.1 rtitu' Fioiiua' would give ueahn and I i federal guveiiiMU'iii' autlut>e n to, he i.< p'eruups: entiJiled lo us mucfi.ijOh- !' -i4.y in'several.States of the'confederacy! Again: The clause manifestly contemplates; *. v.e .:
J I putter rile discussion !I Itta under the itonnntoti' .tf! niV n 1 'r( I !ccrhsidVred its and were of .,
( characterj aware
I to fog ,tate. brought --dtl.l\ ioh as "tlie"'ceebraiet: { project: of the existence of a positive unqualified right oa> S. 'j.
t i *. after funi, or debate, posiMined.( .' who t ilhuuke it a\.iHiaUit.. for Jie pur.' i j'Mr'\Vliiiney.I IIIUoiCS 1l"fWYS there'is.a broad : '* rflii',:ion!6tt hose States to continue' the the part of the owner of the slave,, which n!2 'r .
''1 : Ii! : :of rfavelabor:in theneSvpositionAvhich they State law or regulation can in any :. >. t ',
*debate of the ;iUJ. way.regu- ?
evergladesofLIor- ecessary
f t.'i county -: i i '
on I I pass; between the vast.rnngesofthe. t&Jlbo t to assume- members of the fede- late, control, qu'al.fy, or restrain.' .
,lda.ll1lheelUlle i mlinued through I to be used by the Unit*-d! t'Jten, ,lor.i f ,:\ uallUflc Mountains on :the'' Southarid: .Union s The framers ofthe constitution were The opinion of the. other learnedjudgeiwas \H: .

l Ib: scMjonof Dec. 2-2, Mr.T\\estcoU I military purposes. Fitr'111c reasons I':: the Rocky McIInt'iiris or ordlllk C or .f advised of>the resolve of the people not less emphatic as to the importance this !r i ',

- ( i3klOg He lead iu favoi oir the bill,. and 1 I have mentioned, 1l r. I'resid.,' I thinkit :;:"thin North that pxt _rts quite ttetoss! t.lit.'l J se.Stutes to;ejrter Jnto.irt: comliactwbicb provision, and the uiiquestionaMe.right'of th*: .' 4 ;
I q lljeoI !l this .their peculiar-jnterept-, Hauth under it. In ciise of Johnson *"
should upotitimisbill tt 'f
that "
:Lat.oJleJ&fue. Air. Vulee. pn posi.ng iInPJrg&t proper we pass 'l con jnel1t, frori thi-taJley 'oJJzi J ': th m.l cau e of: theexisiencepf! tUvery Tompkirisiind' others, JudgeBaldwinincharg-; if i :

: amendments. Mr. iV.iles an- as oon as possible. Grande! .to the valley oftI RithjJqui.' ; : g, mtoan; iutquuliiy, with, ;their .co.- ing the JurY s.iid-If there are any rights of' -. :

:r i1JLRt.ed bi6 intention of voting against From the N. Q Pica'yrtie,l-Ftbi lit Thi.spass, be says, resembles the South'- t s" tw 1 lh t.inJi1Jg' .this, thc controversy' property wlilch can he forceIif one'citixea. ,i 4 (,
u-Mr. fa- introduced iuto the cpuventipn, ant rotrimfneofitsgreJlest ;- have any rights of property whichare intiola-'f fble
Underwood in :
Pass d I scovered :
'iQI spoke west : by; Freaiontjiand I : .
Califoruiuw difficult iu the ,
From jts framing: under the protection of the supreme court of f ; '
PI.lopnatiug a sum to authoriseU 'of Mexico a '. the ascent :to" the summit .of the :tablelands oritiiiit: iou:- 'Atttr; indny effori8"vit WHS over i he.State and the Uuian, they. are those which. .
have ii ;
We copyof ;
by -
- &tr1.t1t oj ar to explore the way Mexico is'there'so graduat'.lhift -b tin figreemenrV'wIi tch pronded'. ;'in su b-' have .been set. at nou&rhby some of.these d- f'lettIiiuts. H :
tJ of,Pctp.ber ; ;
1Pt L.det lb.'aljf (.liau ; ntl. -I d' tII. 1
t ,Iltl,Ji report to Congress' what '! it appears hike'an' .extended plarnfctfndcarriages' i'i: : : .. As theowwr.of. property which he p j| _
.:hit to be ituue with them.; Mr. ter than nny, paper fiom! San,1' r8" isco. an4 load.EVol(L rts'cao'jpass I. iVThiit'Represent Wives a'ud'direct ta.xes'snull had a perfect ri;hi l. p sesx, protect, and take* ij"

$IJttiI :uives'Ct"H, 'ItJt contnlOlIJg little news., ( I .tipporlwn d Ihl1 itfngfltheStat'eV.'Hccordihg.iJ uwayr-us:!.,citizen!of, .* bUter State,entitled lo? t :
tutu iJj JlUOf of the bill!. and we from the aJJeypC! [ie; Kio,. ijratJ \U : "
:, ? thiit itscet j nllthe.privilegesand itpDlDRjt *
( citixfMof
'Jj- t r vli-'i' f vv items'ffbm itt fespe9tite niinibjnrs- ii .o. : :j-; ;
t. 'l1ie N.AvlL.*.*.: i'e Ut :Si Jaip of ihe-Ime ,tbe.yalley of the, Hiaquta' easty.asthey ; g the number of tl-ti.fiie'S1 TCS shall; be. any othetates Afr.: Jofinson stnaifu >; 1 :
C. t j; fit stated by the gentleman' : Jones au4 J can pass over theunduhting'prailies i ; 1Jtea',tlrree.\ 5tfOiVt* .''" "' you'on gr\lunilwhl b cannotje takes'from nn.' js1 "i

. r-JvV eni-oii] thai a large portion'.of Ihio, ,Loin. IV .4FC1Lft'Y .. of Western"fexnsrihI ist nc Tlfat slaVes sipin ot! t testrLerefiia-' drk1nI-1t.! :isthesiw., .- ground on'wlaich the 2 :<

ti; 14.uuHIQlttIC "rtI. Jtab been urvyetus -, U.j4.iJp$ :9 iltatl1L0l.)! an4-exipgton- 'frorrf' I dne "-alT r othe dlheF h rnti ,doer notexistBhnlltoot buicrd: none Foerlrnie'nt Itseft! bed sif thV.defendant A .
the J2tlt irtint, 1rih d.e iDcbllsequ4enee.of any'.lawrori-eitula-' YJ:tnbejxstIfie4we' haVe nblongVr.Uw! .or 'gbr*? ;
t4n .r'I'.1;; :!lont : { i) i .
a rp Iee.u U) ,.aud oul)' 3 O.Iiret fit three:liundf erryO.r :M ttty ..MxI.\ :mates. tw 'i ui t t1.1)li'ti.ve-f'lIa" : -"':" ; iold,"' ToIeb beyond doubt briii,1ao }@ snvs nuuuf: 1pe.- tt08itheir.l4bor or. tiCt1t lylo.t jIpNVISI011 ro deH e og..Itp'Q.1 .
1 ; ntuleitfr.d'iIiese'' r "h.I.'H': l,_ -In...... ...t '. lti|' tltbf '.partytpi'(;
ttA : t 1 Ee. tota%% worth fess. Now", qlt f fi'gFe&V tvepy..rine dfr.C s.l t QfIj t'1 fl4! !i vJ 1 11''ft ib s tan n'ft >tiId Q gitiV ltveh; SitW f C ThiIyo St(that tb f
trI11.t. ,r.e iUCIoi" 1andii.eiii/in; Floridii- -veskPmayciur W exp cledthereJ 1ft" e offMonciovaJand:0 li t ;L Thtthti tCoDP-eY 8hi&U.. I nJl\t foundations ofUhe gOY rllmer re'laidandv' .?
jtlJQ"yuUey. : '
ndns rb ,r ; 7 ot:i.ve. f -t 1 .l O'r, Qn.lhe.r gqtfl f}\\p *rfy in'<6';*'1-: Tffe 'hM"tisittrbingithBctara
il < a.t
-110)' tl .r State, lie.U0iiedffc) : : O : t 'cu on, eac' Jt .cturemas&:: bl. */ J ;
X Q( eu 'i1m rDi\ 7
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CO1flIflITIY1q.IIIo .
et- : eJt wJieitate n tnoment to graut Pt IF.J :Avill LwUv I \ \ : 1 f is f ," 1-.h '.t"t'f ,li\ 'CtLAo' $.>imrHI\ 'i' -J"_ ;,*-l 1-- 1ii to the S I mcontiiacratile extent. Icutlo h l 'ji._\t* L 'l tiln.JH. .; 3Ie Dd IWtmllQ4 adntoit
( tel.' It II B''feeJing- {, ; i 1.t1r i1 (1f f etttj 'ii ttc *tiav uy e fU1UOli Or'Qlr rf\ rr"idJfitttVJSn -*.:: ,.e} .gt1" fuYCf
,. 'ok t"ii'it7* i I *t&*'" 6lr'111S'' "i*1 a'') teie* : rcJ i ,aiuHba t'Y d'Al n r 1kin thc :, 1 hoUSe'-;reith S Hne'i fiifw/ r 1 'be ;'1d jna t.houi {!1'Ju i.'tew j.tM I

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,.; -- .-. "i**""" -ri.j>VW*- 'L V ir.'R.'*'"*"ftf** 'f -' ; : .z a '" i 'iiilt ed' 'd 1 One' tcople and availthernselvesjof quewioo i LtTTOH'ji '"
J*( >fcr r "''* *4-i m-i --"j---**- --y-H-r* jimjiri raust'-"---* follow'- <* : *- ?"whetner'shertnui o fttig1ii i f b rf j i i n r ]i d ; jrho by ei.,
A fc Btrous which ; ne"presentea .f.
:, i consequences this'relatioii to'mati that interference -
.-'r"j the former whether .disgraceful to any people who tolera< 'But for 'the vote 'of
% from tioUtion. Yet, indwpiteof theseol- State or Territoryjandif; be outb \Vh-
. 't loiore hurifuL "t- if'sery a .
i-- if tho
> : l it-would' not be suffered to exist, ewho
eek3 the disperse.her legislature -
\tarnin the chiten of the South. Congress had right to thatbil1ty&u1dlut.' 1
ci .lUn free from ,
t., i had the to abbli: :i sin, bp.who not a:js.Jave: holders passe J lt
tug the of his fugitive! alavt% instead of and to remand,her back ,tothe; .territorial .- denounced i\ power :
,{ J I U receiving recovery the aid provided for by the constitur condition. These, were great, arid,under it.h- If the constitutional impediment the guilt! of;!it. Why ahould he f sire to become and. received. the 83t4nt 'of
: ) 'J1ri
; *
$] his brother's Is feelinar -
bond tcre no
.l' referred to would feel themselves keeper
which the 1t'lIrDtdjod circumstance fearful queStion -loo renujveoY'they
lion and the ,
S2aveyyjs cdibIl
\r Vi* :.. *- lattt endeavored to enforce is doomed to '0- tearful to be met by those who bad raised to obey the dictates of conscience, and thee, -no thought-no act of his wnt which : Y.e}: (_
/4. vt% in form whicfringemi- tell forbid its, continuance, Te requires his .rare. and which wood. better reward ,<) golan none bate t.
: i "eountfr resistance i every the agitation. From that time the only question they; us, ; .iU. 0*
, > acts-from ith his vigilance Is an opiDi, a sentiment '
Ss.. ity cm devise; from legislative was how to escape from difficulty. Fortunately continued! enforcement of.the principle passed fo 'Califoc I U ,\\ IiI
judges and m.iphtrntrs; smd, when these fail, means was afforded. A compromise forbids the transfer"of the'domestic instill a measure of sectional plicy ;.to be :, ?. v v : Di_
jM'i a
f. .f' whites IInl Mack who, hv force and enforced at the hazarj of disturbing \ all show oor colon, "
4'f-V| from mobs of it was called) was.offered, ,based on tions of the South to any territory now or urged ..itf'r"J

K:-' j? or thrt'"ts rwcue the he fugitive is subject slave to from insult,his to the terms(as that the North should cease" to oppose hereaftertp te:acquired combined kwthot1r! .the, peaceful! relations of tty millions I : .'- father 4- iu1.9ii$3cpc4; :; t
while "
It J r rightful owner; the. admission: of Missouri on" tile 'causes In constant operation', tends InevitaWj of pe ple1Vliyma) not thSc6nttbversybe evailcd ,theque>tionto :
, bi't; I. '#; the hazard imprisonment, ofheavy pecuniary of for which.the South contended; and to the removal'of-this constitutional! 'impedi. adjusted? Does the District ?f 'Columb 'IX I ,Jn 1t {t
citizen MaryInnd grounds
i it self. A -
> loss and even of life .of this Unbr the obstacle,-* Cannot'bme mode be 'tnlk"now about
. ,;; ; of lingerstown-it i is well that the provisions of the ordinance of:1787, ment., Several ,of the.States- : ::present "drawing, ,
<' ..:. ; -Mr.has lost his Hie in an attempt to recov for the government of the northwestern territory are in a transition state,* horn the conditibr, devised to withdraw this dislurlfng quest on and Ibrbwiiig nuoy'tbe srabpN
r known national : jl tl I
* i from the the.ques
* \ all the slavebolding that, of non- veIolt1ig legislaturel
\ under this provision. should applied to territory :
? i"** er hisfugitiTe51t'e beer lion in to the terrwnes? Why AhliiW1M.. "Itgt'I. i !.t .
*'.I But this i roiionoftheconitt1tinnis i violated acquired by the United States from France States. When that change shall.have, ; reatoit ,' '' i- r. : ..
"r' : '",' indirectly well directly, by organized under the treaty of Louisiana: lying north of. accomplished, and they shall have takjer should we not: profit by 'exp*rience i ? The rr. '0.';'the !taIrij"' "e"I.i. CfJnr, Y.:
. *'*" .:.:* combinations' of individuals in 1I1lOyof the 36 deg. 30 mn.: except the porti i'lying in their position aniong'th non-slaveholdrnj! wisdom of those who have gi, before us v < -, we) can \ ; 'II
: '
t t 4. hatel. whose object) i is to entice sl.ives from the State of Missouri The northern mem- States, and'when to these are added the new was competent to the restoraticS: of'harmon'vin Ste uo. t
H4* : them secretly nndUy territories or 1820 wh should we not fillow in their :why it should Lave hPflt1 .
'q&f '' *! their misters. and to pass bers embraced it; and although not'origina States'to be formed out now ': ,
, .!.' rapidly by means previously arranged, into ting with' them, adopted it as'their own. It hereafter to be acquired, the aggregate;wil steps! The intense exc temei of that cay 'place of that of j Mr. CABEBP.IKN t
% .
'\f.- Canada, where they are beyond the reach of was forced through Congress by the almost constitute the.requisite majority"States was allayed! by it, and its. befeficient, influence ( ITif

:;&:% ;;t4. this provision proceSS which all will agree united votes of the North, against a minority remove the constitutional impediment to an were felt.auring, the nexttwenty years ehdeavoia p to on.x. ?D ,.'
: is directly repugnant to its injunctions as its from with/Rlav i in the State. And of our polit.cal existence. Wien the qiies* abolitionists into -
IL r'_. Iw be consisting almost entirely: of members interference 'ry I a reason.. ,1 t' bt LI'C
violation would ana '
, :: open or even forcible ; the southern States. Such was the termina- how can they abstain from the exercise oi f tions connected with the ann at.on' of Texas well
States to ,
the ItS and
..!i; ':. !; ,et it is believed thai not exist one have of adopted tion of the first conflict between the two sections the power 'which they* will thus have acquired seemed likely to revive fiat excitement, try coax wheedle a _

.;.1.,.;:.;:,,r within whose limits they th'em. in reference to slavery in' connexionvv consistently with principles avowed the'same Amer.can feeling prevailed, and to disgorge his prey. Tit l time :

:.rJ'l 1 .N;: au'v..We measures.commend to suppress!this 1 statement of facts, re'atincr I ith the territories. On this subject, we propose and acted.upon at this moment to the full the danger was averted. \\hyshould it not that sort of finewinsr hai 'I lOHg w

.:'W"; : :.f.. : tothis, provision concerning fugitive to oiler you a few brief remarks.Wa.ving extent, of ,their capacity to enforce them- be equally efficacious noyHas our love We have been M'SM.
,A-: '4 be insensible of diminished: it limIted to a sec trying it ever tiI
. the "serious considetatitm of our the consideration of the question Can the people of .the South to country : / gfDP4.le>
,I?.',-. :r, .felo\v-citi/.ens5n slaves! to every portion of the Union: whether Congress can constitutionally pro- the danger which thus menaces their own tion-or does it not emhace our whole date of the Missouri compromise lod- I

"J ; bi.t. .. the of our southern brethren, hibit the introJuct on of siaves into the territories : peculiar; and cherished institutions Ought country! If the territories which we have have at leneih 'obtained ,
"to forbearance
; ,; and the the sound and couseivatve acquired are unfitted to the institutions of tile a gliinmerin
: and for the constitution acquired by the United Stales not intelligence *
: the
?:t; to of-those of the North. other question, whether,, i in the actual condition feeling of the American people in every portion Sjuth-.f they cannot exist there-why tl.'e consciousness that \\'e base only bets

'tr!' ".' ( ; hi a communication like of these temtones'slaves can be carriedwithin of the Union, alike independent of and I leiiunc.alica; of them.!-If it be sad: that the duping ol1r*-ltes. The ,1 1Tel'I
t : It is impossible, lone
, ,t.-: divisions be South is contending abstraction because of Mr.BIcRRIEN'S ..
noticing the .contmut'd assaults their limits and held as such, withoi.t superior; to party or sectional to an -
,.,. :L'::' .- this, to the avoid domestic! institutions of the Soutb'heh the sanction of an act Congress, we desire exerted to avert' it ? the right winch she ciams, if it vere address, we ba'e.SPeR. no- .mar

i":;. ,:. .<. upon: are made in so many'arious forms. to submit to you the considerations on which It remains to present to you a brief view conceded, could not be exercised in these better described than ,by the N. Y.

':..,\ '/ 4'I Without striking at any express and specific the claim of the South to participate in the of a series of measures introduced into the territories is it not yet more obvious t'aat I Tribune. Mr. GRKEJ.EY / the
' .1; J of the those who insist the den'al of I saysb'Weomjt :-' .Jbi
4 branch
of the Constitution, they aim directly benefit resulting from territories acquired by representative' Congress during upon express .
i-, ; .4 r I': provision at the destruction of the relations ex- the United States may, we thank, be safely present session, and connected with the subJect the right, aie theineves: puisuthg a phai- it Judge Berrieu* AtMrrwr firs 11 Xl,
;..jf 'n.. '; between the slave anti Us owner, by rested. of thus/'ajJress. The first of these is a tom! Are they not insisting: upon the soi- cause was uhitu'ltell1"'j\"cted.ntI'ao.it no .eonl.act
isting of
.9-n :I,i .. : ; subversive in their:! tendency of one of For the purpose of imigration the territories ,resolution, introduced by a member from Massachusetts emu legislative! den'al of a right wh.ct, sentiment part the authentic because exj-resdwu of outhera "hi.G01

..;';.!.f-:, :i means the chief ends for which the constitution was of the United Slates are open to ail the ,,the object of which is to repeal they themselves being the judges,) whether /mtl inoffensive; secondly rehusbof Mr.it Calhoiitfa is but it dilutes .

,...'.!j.'.. .. -' .'I established.I We refer to the I systematic agitations world-to citizens and foreigners, withoutdiscrimination ill acts or parts of acts which authorize the : it be affirmed or denied, can never be ex rcas adopie-1, 16DcI whioli we make room which tbil'
';;:r f; : -. by abolitionists, which, commencing as to character, profession, or existence of slavery, or of selling or disposing ercised! But the denial is not confined to the: certainly a more politic and less for his H,
!.s t', .. .tt civilized of slaves in this District. On the Territories now held the U. S. it extends excfptionv
: !t "' .- ini i 1835. are still l continued. The avowed color. All, whether savage or may questIOn ; ble thuu the one adopteU ; but none at nil bat
\f: : .intention, is to bring about a state of things freely enter. Shall the people of the South of granting leave'to bring in a bill, the also to those which may be hereafter acquired h ,ve been still_ better. We prefer to 'know wouM the doi

PI,.. .' ..'' which would force emancipation on the I II alone be excluded, permitted ou conditions: votes stood 69 for, and 82 against. The however'peculiarly such Territories may worst'and al/ think the majority for adopIor .tbri
' II. of those text resolution ,offered by a member'rom be adoj'te.i)' to slave! lajor even although: .Mr. C-ilhouirs manifesto. jivt
the was
;'e South. To unite the North in fixel hostility that deny to them use means a ; nay ; Nothing was eTtr
''V. !'.. .:' '- to the South on the subject of slavery! is one which habt; has rendered necessary to their Ohio, instructing the Committee on Ter- they should be Territories in which siavery better atl-ipted to the gre.it work of anmiia .:tNC.the
::.h, 'j".; -- means employed to accomplish it. For this comfortable subsistence! Before they are lories i to report forthwith bills for excluding exists. l Is the cia.in; of the South to partic.- aud fixing the Nurth.'' *
,;W these slavery from New Mexico and California.t .- pate in such Territories an abstraction! And Mr. GREELEYhns Itra t
., societies are formed, newspapers are permitted to enter territories must theybe bit tbe mark. hi.{
: .: !,.';)':. purpose established, debating clubs are opened, lecturers divested of the character in which they [ passed by a vote of 107 to 80; and the bill again; : the assertion of that right, even where iime to know the Air. it ak
: worst. !
$ ...I.. ....a -a,. -are employed! pamphlets and other publications were invited and admitted to enter into the has been since reported. That was followedby it cannot be exercised, cannot be ai: abstraction BII. ;inlc

r. ";..: :. pictures and petitions to Congress Union They entered the convention as a introduced by another member from unless: the political equahty which lIes: RIEN appeals an audience olj leoffinrconquerers ;do"

'..:.'ft::, : .. are- circulated, while the continued agitation slaveholders! ; shared in its dehberat ons a* >nio, to take the vote of the inhabitants of at the foundat of our government may be Air. CJILHOUN leebio au- fl:'

1-i: :' of the subject of abolition in one or other such; as 81 vehul ers they ratified the Con his District, whether. slavery within its Uni deemed so. Bdt ca.i the peace aad harmony .

;t\\ -.:;.. form in Congress, and the employment of stitution. In the same character they have ,should be' abolished. Tue bill provjJeJ, of the. Uion be jeoparded by considerations imate tbe courage of the conquered ran'4.t

. ;."o t. I.. emissaries to distribute incendary: publications been, and continue to be, represented in the iccording to the admission of the mover' that like these! ant the Address of Mr. ('"1d10':1C
: relied excite discontent slaveholders have free and slaves should vote. On the We have done. Our desire has been to Ila
, ;:- .. in the South are on to national councils. As they negroes will have effect
:" :" ;;:: among the, slaves. contributed to the expenses of the Govern- (uestion[ to lay the bill on the table, the votes place before the Ainencau people! the facts a powerful upon tlii) intl!

0: ;: I.L.ii,;:.: "-No'oue.dou.bts that slavery is.a domestic ment which they thus assisted to create, by stood 106'for, and 79 against the motion.- necessary to enab.e them to tay this coutrorersy citizens of the South we have no doubt. rig:

' .).r ;.v institution, '.Wb.11.'it: belongs! exclusively; to the payment of taxes on the spec"fie property To this succeeded the resolution proposed byi -to exercise the restraining influence We only trust that it will haresorat; un!
..:,--.': ; /: the Slate in which- exis-tsto establish, to which gives to them that peculiar character. I member from New York, in tile tO!owing which they aione possess to give harmony} aD'

'..? .\. .. :. regulate, orto. 'abolish. Any attempt, therefore Will you deny,to their people the right to word : .Vhereas the traliiciiow prosecuted to our counsels, and prosperity to our coun- I influence beyond bat,, merely,-of. inipj. imf

, p.:::., : on the'part of"the Federal'Government, participate in. the acquisitions of that government m this metropolis of the Republic Jl1. umau try.Ve, too, constitute a portion of that I ring them with a full kviowledgeofmei .met liu

F, I (4- .j' or of any State, or of the people of any which in conjunction With their co- beings as chattels is contrary to natural justice >eope! ; and speedily .resuming our places, The"big.* were in aqft
; : State, bydirect or indirect means, interfere States, they have thus created and supported and the fundamental l principles of our imoug them, will unite our eiibrts for the wrongs. general c?,'

.i... 1:1.,." with this i institution as it exists in any! Slate, unless you are first permitted to strip politIcal system, and is notoriously a 're- accomplishment of this beneficent result_ opposed to any address whatet,;. Hut oPf

- ,.,. :' : : to diminish its value or to force its atandonment them of the character in which they create roach to our country throughout Christen- some of them, like our worthy Representative .(1j
; I' E V:!i: .:' would be a plain and palpable violation and have supported.it? These territorieswere \lOin, and a serious hindrance to the progress "
!:% ': ; ,'I of tne sovereign rights ot such State.- acquired by the common treasures and )if republican liberty among the nations of THE NEWS.JACKSONVILLE Mr. t 4IBF.LL, became aiariTtdat 1Httra

!: ;.(:' ", '.. : Such an interference would not be tolerated united efforts of all the States. The South the.earth. : Therefore, Resolved, That the. .' .- -,- '-- the passage of the Virginia Resoln;

.' Jr V: :. .. between independent sovereignties.: It would contrbuted; her due proportion of money, /ommitiee on the District be instructed to lions, and changed their mind.rf the

-'V *i'. be met by remonstiance, and, if necessary, and much more than her due proportion of report a b.ll, as soon as practicable, prohibinig :- J'fat

,:_":1. ,' a, by force. Between States connected as we men; to the war in which they were acquired, the slave trade in said District." On the result was that but_ two Whigs votejl
::\'f.; ;'. '_ are, in finternal bunds, under a constitution as the following brief statement will show: [Uestion of adopting the resolution, the votes for the address of Mr. ('ALUOUc. ,Whir A

, .tt_ q. ordained and established "to insure domestic STATEMENT OF THE NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER!. ,tood 98 for, arid 88 against It. He was !
:.c7 :'':4. tianquility. it is i still more unjustifiable; and From the South-RegimentS 33 ollowed by a member from Illinois, who objection could have been any.:'one 1at .

, :- :. :., : yet ai-soc ation* formed for this purpose, and Battalions, 14 llered> a resolution for abolishing slavery in FEBRUARY 17, 1849. but a partizan will, be at a loss to.i'.ine.. SIt

;.. ,.a'..:,. openly; avowing their object, exst in States "' Companies, 120 lie territories: and,all places where Congress manifest that the Northern dle1
;t. ;..: .'I-" within whoi-e l.mits there is nothing; upon Total number volunteers from the exclusive power of legis! tion; that is, The two Addresses. 'pres' "h,
vi. 'yhch; they can operate; whose role occupation 111 all forts, magazines, arsenals, dockarJ8 are astonished at : the course of, the 'bot
*: V :
.;*''H.,.'; K: ':. .".: therefore, it is to distutb: the domest.ctranquthty South,the North- -Regiments- -45,640From 22 and other needful buildings rchaed by In pubfishinp this week the Address Southern W bigs, nnd contempt is probably 4b, !
sk; of otller'SlatE's. and who are nevertheless Congress with the consent of the 'legislature! of Mr. BERRIE.N.vhich rit
:- : ::.1- ... Battalions,. 2 was rejected by largely mingled with their aston
uncunitoiled the authorities of uf: the State. This resolution was passed 'al
;;"-S.-:"-1)" '.. .:' the States in which they are established.- Total number. of volunteers Companies from, the 12. over under the rules of the House. These the majority of those present at tilt ishment. Hut the open, manly charac 1 nttoD'

''1'e will not dwell on this subject. In the North, 23,048 various propositions. have not been finally Southern meeting, we believe we have lei of Mr. CALHOUN commands, respect

" '\.t.;1. :. .: fame fiiendly spirit that dictates this a ldre: Thus it is seen that, of the volunteers in icted upon. Indeed, the resolution offered I presented our wholeense to our renders. from friend and foVe "
tiuth the member from New York has been c&h give w 1b1b
': .e Iu_ ,: we submit the statementhich compel the by
the with Mexico, furnished. by
tL.-? .' ,':;:. '. us to make to the calm, dispassionate; northern war and southern Slates, the proportion reconsidered, and remains now on the Speak- The object intended by the measure better idea of the effect of his address 1bin

' -.:r .a- ;... pati' otic consideiation of our countiymen.'We contributed by the South is nearly two to ,, er' table as a resolution'presented this, but indicatIon not was to inform the Southern people of at:the North than by the following'paragraph "
cted the House To -
f-; la return t.the question of the admission And when it i is considered that the upon by the f ''
. .1 ; : now one. exact position of their constitutional "
s.:' i'. Missouriintothe Union and shall States is of a more conservative feeling it ought from ih.e N. Y.. Journal. 'Coin* .u'ql
of of the northern nearly
; :
i ; .4. ; !; to be added, that while the support of these rights. Much therefore to the surprise 'nIe
brief sketch of the
occurftrI of the
that ,
:. ;,l t'; proceed to give a two-thirds greater than metce :- :
.;' .rences connected with it, and the consequences States, it is. obvious that the latter has furnished several measures of was confined to States the .representatives and-j of the Northern press, there appears in ,MWe aak ,the attention of our readers- t. ,
,. 'which it has directly led. In the 1u.ii than three times her due non-slaveholding '
;' I).f' .'I to .more proportion onsiUed of those of both parties,there were these interesting documents, no gasconade The' Addrosa of the Southei n delegates in Coarress -
; L'f'. ter part of 1819, the then teiritory of Missouriapplied of-vou teer8. Apart from all ques- I > to their Constituents which we ihinlj'
:: : '. .. in the u-ual form, for ,latriotic individuals from those States who ,-no threat?,-no false chivalry { .
'o1'f. .'. to Congress, tions of constitutional power or : I uhh h. It is TUDlon'tfJ hv've been draDBp>
r .r'. ," ;:. leave to form a Slate con ,itutioii! and government can it consist with right and justice to refused their support to measures.which they -no dissolution the.Union., 'On the.contrary by-Mr. CitUibun From whit b..s been Ni4ef
: for the occasion
- -; .. in order to be admitted into the deny to them a participation in territories Believed.were uncalled by it in "1.huDee'e we're prepared to tnditoiff 'CI lGIe
'.- .. Union. A bill was reported for the purpose, thus acquired ant unfriendly to the peace and harmony of ihey merely present a nrrvous heated, if not delir>eratel.y offensive
.-""s-e"::, r with the usual 1 provisions in such 1 cases- But again. Ours is a Federal Government the Union. nnd concise history 'of the gradual encroachments .Xorfh. But we do not. Ou tbecontp.ryitJia

"I ,\l\ 1 ,e, amendment were ot1 red, havingfor theirIi an association of States-united, and We have now brought to a close the narratIve of fanaticism the calm, clear exposition of' tbe grieviDcej' .11t
object, to make it a condition of her admission -. yet preserving their individuality. To them, of measures connected with the subject upon which the ontb couipbin;and wefcrecotfpenrfto

that her constitution should! have a provision -. as members. of the Federal Union, these territories of this address, including those which compromise* of Ihe'c.oolthution, having .say with two much good'a lIOD. It offers' 'c'C.

Ii to prohibit slavery.: This brought on belong, and not to the legislative and are consummated, as well as those wh.ch the issue to be'decided by those* I[ threats, but simply C'dI8upwl tbe Scuth tocD'adder' UO'?

1,1 .I >,. the agitating debate which, with the effects judical: departments of that overnment.-. are in progress; and we think it will not be i what ought o bo d<>ne. It propciw the South, 4I
who alone interested- submission but vuitett action the of
( I ,. has done much to alienate of the latter are i lUg on purt
\. I that followed so Hence they are said to be territories belonging -, denied that,the consummation without what that action ought 1t
i-r( ..:. -% : the South and North, and endanger our political to the United States-to the States comprising would be just.cause of apprehension to the for the weak hearted,-or resistance be. We indiwtiug trust this. Address-will be exiewivfly' 1a

-.1 .; ..:.a ". institutions. Tho e who objected to the Union. The States, then, are people of the siayeholding Stau s. If sla- for those who value their. liberties.- published 11 nd read at the Norta,sid tIII1&*
''I ;:i-r J the amendment, rested their opposition on joint owners of this property. Now, it is I ery were abolished 'in the District ,of Columbia lid men who hve been led bythfcbwj- t
r_; C p__..4: .'.' the high grounds of the right of &eif"g lvern. conceded by all writers on the subject, that and in the numerous and, dispersed Such a history was much needed on account excitement, will pause and'rtfltct.. ,Uw. (

.I'a .EIi men! They c'a.med: that(a territory, having in such governments men ale all equal- placed in the South, ov'er'IhICn- 'Congresshas of the effect produced by the not yet too late to save the coantry 11111 cI
: )! i! reached the period when it is proper fur it to exclusive to these measures U lie tiaie to dter
.- equal in rights, and equal in dignity. If jurisdiction but it soon 1u iy be. Now
form constitution; ; and for it- of the of Presidential l canvass. A Southern candidate the Union If
a government elsewhere this were a disputed point, we be added the exclusion people mine whether we will saerifice -
_ belf, becomes fully vested with all the fights could safely appeal to our constitutional the Southern States from the Territories of elected on the ground tint be l .preserve.and.deiend it.'rCerrcsfondencc .- 1

of self-government; and that even the condition I compact for the proof, that. with us, it is undeniably the Union, now or hereafter to be acquired, would not veto the Proviso, and a 'laltixire SwLWAsaiJteTO
imposed on it by the Federal Constitution true that the equality of the Statesis every outpost and barrier would be caineu, tftle
relate not to the formation of its constitution an elementary prin iple of that compactone and even in the Stales themselves the institution Northern candidate ,defeated on -the .: Feb. 5,154!.'

NIm"ii" and government, but to its admission; which lies at the foundation of our government. of domestic slavery would be at ground that he would veto the Proviso, Gen. Taylor Cebi"tt-Ou Strength inCfcu fU' .

into the Union. For that purpose, it provides To destroy this equality, then, is the mercy of those who hat so far successfully at1ENatorard-,TAtia7.liigMJs JJlI'Qil.ftrnJ
as a condition, that the government to change the character of the government prosecuted their assault upon it.we were bewildering facts which: nnturallj 'foal, f ., '

: : must be republican. which.rests upon it as its basis. The exclusion forbear to present to you a detailed tended to obscure. e.; .ibis ,plainestp! (( I ,,T ylor i*to be r.econpai ie4jB,U ljo JJney
tA- They earned that Congress has no right of the southern Slates, and their citizens view of the evils which must result from .. : t.o ibis !city 'by! Kia, 'wrtonal tcd }?"u *..
a to add! to this condition: and that to assume ,from the j-full share in territories thus these measures,",even in tber progress,1and I questions. :' .J s 'I ", Vriena; Coi: Bnilie'P.yfoa' iVeU" asWr.ent.teriilin. .

itould be tantamount to the assumption of declared to belong to them in common with vet more''m their consummation, operating' From. thesea4dresse, it.wilt become .'llis', ,ferlrttiotf!'ndtise wi'justifiei tMeuewl ,

:. the right to make i its entire constitut.on and the other States would, therefore,be to deprive first on 'the,pepple of the 'S uth/and' eventually apparent to the most'iiierediilous. litid. belief; I bat!he will'surround;! mac1f.
,- as no limitation could be imposed at wit orgin4 .fl Llrieif:
government; them of a right-it wOuld derogate bri the' American people large- '
' ; as to the extent of the right, if it be tram the equality which is inseparable.from Happily these measures are not corrsurnina- -' apathetic, saveLlder1itthe l :time has 4 !do not bhie 1lJt unythin is. tJlc .
admitted that it exists at all. Those who their condition remains arrived whenhe 1)tJ8tttke.'a'. decidedjKjhiMon know a htreii to ahtNl Tayl r'i e-.blpel1' '
as members of the Union-, .ted.! sThere /octwpemfenrKE/there !, cep'ihit MIi VriItendei will be aiuemIr 0fd.
supported the amendment denied these would sink themlfrom their rightful position is yettime to pause a, moment ofwbcly. ;. I.e/mtist; 'either,' consent to 't!l. 'MrcJ.ton..wm.ulo\ be aisneznbt'.
grounds, and claimed the right of Congress as into and : U'1gtiCy. conservative tnen.tat, -
equas a dependant subordinate intelligent! Inferred jrDniiTJiriousyond5ihiUT..jiUtco.jtcture Ijc'r!
discretion what conditions it 'tiirmte'' ernancipUtibn/fir't: mst'resi: !t $ "
to unloose* at condition. Nor can the people of the South every quarter ofthe Union1 aloof\ from theinfluehce'of ,) any. It *iseTml Lat, btI.
4e q plea. d. In this agitating delate, the two be insensible the consequences wh.ich.must -party' On such a! subject, and; ;.ef' and ''e\er'i eHori' < to-,"iI1rr.illrP.;[*up01h&'i' couqeti fi& j'libii'g: 'the '\hrs (Yt DI ILS. ,

Actions stood arrayed against each other; result from the establishment ,and coiuinued facing y I :sectional l 'lines'of'' division; vmayavail"'tbemselveV'tQ .: .: Ltl iiji *J ; V r Otconstituiiotiarigblvr 'Jlonflwelt'lor the cabinet siation that niu t J1 erewtrily -

the South in favor of the bill without amend- enforcement of the, principle oiv,which the, 'consider, if'1 there bally |: <..,ifiere. ,musl. .be be,given: to that section. I !think_ .;

-:: ment, and the North opposed to it unless it proposed exclusion would rest.- Tbat principle ,: dutMO b t, ulfilled. -if'there>be any;interet'to -' nuinorehiiJ( Mfa); workyno more:inere: leb', :< JUh1t'.lIt tocI t h riIl lil; ;But tibu Jif'

was amended. The uebate and agitation openly avowed is, thaj 4h .dqmestic, be advanced-if- there vb8rany'sobtuwne < "dnlitll"i 8e it ding and .j u .' a '4ozenJtaori. CUlt r! e'oni, f.B.Samut ...1'l'-': .
was continued until the session was well institutions peculiar' the. southernStates jecj4 pp) l by the prpsecutioii fnesee1 th se t- 'PViiuuntisI wbes. ,. .

-..-.. a'fl Advanced, but it became apparent towardsits shall never be transferred to: ,territories which, close that the people. oi Missouri werefixed1 now,or hereafter to be any the'Uni remoieithey} ( believe.it i ,to not be.prrnutied i:1 ; ; \ airwit .' Wtke! Se iitt "bwf..clhnn ft'OItM
acquired-oy\ \ho..v-\ever i )may b4z4 : .. occur. ..gaiti
and resolved! in their opposition to the ted States. The iastitiuioitas i jo \ne' ce 'ait4 harth if',1 r'tCl'J' ". .t., : ,.,, h.' -t. ."..'-.t "!' any feasible'Jldj..t 1rleu .Alldi1JP
'noweij8ts J !,., .,. I I't. .o(", the ,Southern .oIui4oitfl.,Iob T.ta1cdc4 snd.1cre'wiiIg ,
,. prbposeJ condition, and that they would cer- and in the States where it now 'exists, (it i i. ., J1WA'f'WI'n' ''Ioo't. .1Ub' mstllttt Iv"V Ol e_,' fr I\H it .m take ': ,D .

h tamly& reject it, andadopt a constitution with. said,) may not be disturbed by the 'Federal 4o1tidatcr3rclusivelrrt! i le:1'hic1{: l 1 t i' .Whigs to.t.e llr "abolition 1 vote" .for io iirilwhI..Id!;"Ut.. b 'II f r,i CIi3obiteti b h .ft' ::1,
out it, bhoulii the bill pass with the condi -it irf 'the States in which' it exisK'toestablish "
Government, becausc secured by the //I'AtH I: : : R)have precipitated .the contest.in'tj'vt h'is'U t -H d prltr
tion. Such being the case, it requireJ no tODViolDipf.t.tf '. 'Constitutibh.i If '' bi&' to'regulate, 'to cpilinueor\to;iiwal-: / : t'r >* If ork.t'\,Gn. & I refused to cxblam his inW i
greateHbrt of mind to perceive, that Missouri .if this : sh. interference with it by ; rosit ,
were not so guaranty were not found Auy-anuevery nt JC aI4i *
-5X ;fa*4: >f.rn5i2fl.V'>is :: 'I .pJed db1-"hiS''bto .. J7.
, .- once m possession of a constitution and government in that instrumeni.-.evenm/the/ St t4'ifwauldnot .heit) izn, .tqttrT4ict -'.tis ', .whethe.. .i, ,the, '.Pioviso.; :,1 beir, ebiei argument lay., 100 7f ; L nQW .Ut'b*$ 1 l"
not simply on paper, but with legislators } bo-1 ;> ->: *il. f"gW\ *!! #J ii ; i UM *
be secure. An zntutioiiwbcl. ; w orateCwiii. t Wfonsr"wu .i' 'in the fact of his aslav) mn1'th:: Rqlm'a''Or VatesJanaiWrj :,"{
eiectedr and officers appointed to- carry n. declared tp, be sinful i in.violation: of na.oifuU Co t "" J! itthose ) ;3. g.1 being wner t:1 tNjk1, 1.. te4ii .J5 j'4

thlI.,r..t i"14 tD. elect. the t 'grave.' questions, would' '""," U rishfr coutrary'joI .' .fl' ,W't ...., wita,whom we are for certain 'purpcK **bey*m. ?rc. ;' .i' a4jiatme tl'o' 'iIi1e j' iat.}"T.( ,. :. 1ItI'-.. -, **. 1.tpJ" *,f 1k.'J,
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of popular hutnbug impression on tbe'snining mass. The oat test ; ;E
with sort 0W
riot enry JC: are authorized nod ; nt.
- Sd l much that will embarrantbTizy- made wits by the aid of the pierre di ttN lt.- requestedto Propcaals etabricc Scclado win be couid3549. FIc1AMkTuLtt

will! do The California. lath p Ws' l.bed upon th atone announce Major JOHN BEARD as a candidte .;: ttaL'f; : ,- .: '- ':tt ,,
r. : .
du1inhstrtiofl. .
J hefe on Mr.Bale's ground, nstbe and beside it. on the fcirte stone, WItS ri bed> for the,Office. of Register of Public land: FromQa5Qcyatl2mWednesd y Y. .. .

t rrrreseDtAthe If lie catle ot tbe abolition interest he couldjuneharai then piece of gold sixteen!'the carats fine; the add wns of the State of Florida,'*t the election. on first. To Secludo, by, p m, 9.D11e3Andbackbetw8jd1l -. .i ..i'n

but he comes itS a whig, from a Hpplied-to surface uf the atone Ind iu a CL : 51if
I."Q assembly.; lie hs sufficient talents for a2&enble a few second the marks oftbe Call forma metnl ,Monday May next feb10ai' 3550. From Jasper at 6 am Monday .1'

mischief and will prosecute bislw were enterely obliterated, while those nttde bi'the By. Blount's Ferry nd.fiawliwa' I ,
"ftft We are the friends f
real shone requested by I
with untiring effort, till he reaches the gold forth as brightly as der.- Ferry

ftI his.mbition, whir.b I IsuM; by hwfn.eiidaThe Mr. W. proved, beyond a doubt that th- *peci- of Mr JAMES M. DANIELS to announce him : To Centre Village Ghk,' b,. I pa Wed. !r ttJi"r

; lof As far men which be bad MMS nesday, 100 miles .", '. "
notbing.but candidate
Presidency. lea of for the
hort of the pyf as a office of Judge of Probate ."!
freeJil be will out-bid .iron. It is stated that conJJ..r.lble'tl.Jt's! And oack between 6 am Thursday 60TXKNOR OF THE STATE 07 ftOWPA,
.-rned of
eo the ; vote is cone and on-for, ibat. speller solder bite been mndein this city within for the County! of Duval, at tlte ensuing. election and 6pm Saturd I;. TT7UEBEA8, it is required by law that aa ;

!I Ie .. be Van Buren's-father of the purchase of the rights of M short time p.tst This material: looks very on the first'Monday in:May next. f b3MARiKE 3551. From Pilntka at 8 a m Friday VV' election be held in this State oa tie II !'tl

I The lIulltllD's subject Comp IUY hiS not yet, come much like the guM dast washed from river -- ---- .-u __ NewnansTille by 6 p. m next day. '57 first Mont!iy in' Alny next. for a Register ;
e B.y; rumore,!. But it willrobtblvbewnsiderelinafewd.p. sands, an 1 the inexperienced eye would ntonce INTELLIGENCE.! miles Public Lands to bold until the first Monday

J [ lure tU Sen.te. flq be deceived by it. It is sold for a few cnti per And back between 6. m Sunday,-and October, 1850 j also, for Judges of Probate for : t.J

'.. California and NewIflllCO pound; and the impression i: th it laree quantities PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. FEB.. 17. 1849. G put next day. the several Counties to hold.till the first, Mot' ii dJ

Mr. bills DougUss'are now l likely it is'supposed, toss i! will be shipped to California, .and having --. -- Proposals to cooiuienct af Orange Springswill day October, 1801, and for Justices-of,the .
ute be considered. Pe-ice for
J Senate. There are some whig of the nirived: there, rhe probability is that somebody ARIUVED. each District in,the several Counties/ : \j;
. &We who will do all th'it is in their power to I will be taken'in by it. This stuff will not heir Feb. 7.-Schr. E. Wright. Wrigtit, S. York. 3552. From Alligator, at continue tohold> for two years (:.ill of said officers ii
'. To Olustee In office till
whit-h the i the test of acid so th t a their successors shall be -
: by & ordinary care will S. John
tbwe or any proposition pn''tOnt Snow. RnTtie do; ;
,(r.d And back e e ted and .
\ .kuUition of new territory h.ill b<- r'ogniJThe deception being practised by its nit! Another 9.- '. O. KWilley.. K. West. IT quulified.j' ; !
Bidders will state the distance is BCREBr OKDERED.
specimen gr/an California '. and the hours That the said electioa 4
1 geld produce IO.-Dr. Brie Brtzi1ian'Mo; N. Y. be held
Protocol signed by Mr. Scvierind: Mr. l by Air. VV irwicic, was a very pretty pil'ceof departure und arrival. throughout the State according to law. ; t fi
3553. From Newan.ville and the officers whose 1
mi'-a, e'C' '- at 6 a m Wednesday duty it b to order aaid jl
tdi-igly handEOne
.Iiff..pl, expUu ilo-y of th? decree validity to look at/ hut entirely elections
. By Wacass will take notice hereof. .
. the private claims 'o pro.ieriy in Tt-x ;s Tor.bl-ss. It is well for those who are PROCLMI4Ti 1 ;
'1 ich C"Uf\1rni.* will po.t>eisfusal notwi h.n.IlIg; the : bout to start for the gold regions, to know TuCed.&rKeyhy 6 p m next day, 70 Witness my hand and the great seal of,tht ';a

f ot our :cn.de to ratify he 9vh .,wI1 luth I the things, go that they may protide themselves WHEREAS, it is by hw required that nn miles State, given at the Capitol, this 20th : .

T P c: of the Treaty, h.s creiteI great sei.s.- wi;b >h'*IIIL'.sS.trJ' i inform,11 ion inrespect sliall beheld en the first Men. And buck between a m Friday and [ SCAU] day of January A. D. 840, and oi the t.
ides diy ofMiynext in the several Counties 6 p in next day. Independence of the United Mates the
of this
tit n'e"I vnd iso
is with
. : here It >* uuts, AS the siying for the th..imvlt'mt'itlllnd mu- !i
n ti.,' .Is State for Judges of Probate. whose bin of office 3554. From .Mewnunsville at 8 a m Wednesday 73d year. WM. D. MOSELEY
llnosition. That the President till tOt eoni- h"(I' -* ry >o IH ke the requisite tests.Ntrr .- Attest : s.=Y-
. is'o continue to thefirst nf- By Madisouboro' : Qoversor. .
ctnbr.A. '
| us to confirm th' is York H mi JIJKN'ION Monday [
r r it II from! binding the fact: tb.u be h &s not uUllUullic.1 grouts .- I). 1851 : AID WHKRIIS. it i is made the duty To Orange Springs by 6 p m next day, A.E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State. : ; S

._ 1I'n of the Cltrks of the Circuit Court in their 60 mile* January 27, 1849. 2m .
. the Senile for r itifi illl'. iox. AM V.AUFOKMA viUl.tT Mr. Bl'nloll respective -
4\l. \1 it to made )'!. h.1 icw ii ')s i'go upi.n ibeCuhiornia i 'ounties to or Jer said Election to be And back between G a m Friday, and olBJtl'KB--- -. .

, : Co1rmp nitl1ceo{ the C.tar.utH Mci cury. bill .gainst (be prop,'&iou to :%:! mineral held. 4 p In next day. EE.., ? rk

\VAMHXGTON CUT. Feb. 6. 1&49.Jn laidi iut\\o..cre lota. :.t nu tWO lozs ot'tb.itsize THEREFOKI. It is hereby ordered. That said Quere. Whether this route will be nectasa-i ttotnf1 at za !

to diy Resolutions : woui i h.; flik The v..lue c.n only be told liy Election be held on said d iy at the several ry in cose of letting route No. 3551, from Pi. .-. .
::1 the emte nt'lnq Airy ill 1 -Election Precin's iu the County of Duval for latka to Newuansville. Jacks.tsv1ll., Via
tie Protocol: to the h'xic.1D't..Lt.t.. dig; in in my t woacreu will couuin no gold. a ;
w sP
relative of Prob 8555. From Micanopy at 6 a A Friday .
to those adopted l by the Hou>l". were iiid iiUiUy p c.ies twenty or thirty iVet iqu.&rewill Judge te for the same, to he governed -
)' cou.aiu rich The managed unll conducted in the same By Fort Clark J os. McRotrrBaxa. .
The bill a deposit. object is to mnnner ns 8.Jan.649. 11qc.L.. l
appropriating lor
. sgreeJ to. of the in51 over ihe money Pni.ma rind it. and that is to ou done by iiumuig.for i* now provided bylaw for conducting th? elections I To. Fort liarlee by 7 p m, 40 miles t t
plra.tiun 11 : .
the tr.tn And
for member back between ni and ; :
the a
General I 7pm
? rU
Rnilroul WJP taken up, .md Mr. Underwood oLy. : which | erafits r require 1 and pro:ec;ion in Assembly.TheReturnsof .. t
lie d s T ry. The foi(owing remarks the siid Election to be mtdf. sent, next day. -_,' .'
. puke at great leng.lum subject He golJ ..bbinza urc int.;r.sting: forwarded to the Clerk of the Circuit Court Proposals to embrace Fort Crane, instead ot NEW STORE I SEW STOBBtCOOPEK A
the 'oi iimi
: w. leviv.-il ju
omtcuJel pr'j same
J the of in.enp.I iIllIlro\'t>It1l'nl These WHthingsaiT called in spanish regulations a*are now :-
facttif systeir : placer. d 56. From Jacksonville at 6
provided by law fer and a m Tuesday '.
making Election
1 which he helievcd lo be be true pmiry of the: iroin the Latin plucere. to pleaue; bec.iuse it i it sending By Haddock's Nassau & REAl
1 Returns to the Judge of Probate: Said KirkLtnds. C Hand ,
Government., but which gentlemen supporting .1 picasing thing; lo find the sliming gold under Woodstock
Electirn to held Awl
1t this sueiU re have most s:r 'ii tioiity .>p,.
1i was HI favor: of thecou:truciion 01 the road {.<< no fee simple in it; there is not even u life who management bO miles HA 1'R OPRNRI on thr..rnernfB.ysii4 ; ..f

i ; bat lie contended that the t.jcl't'I'illllrnt'I'huuJ estate in it ; not even u lease lor a year, a persons of said Election are to hereby wit appointed Inspectors Anti back between 6am Thursday (Venn Street with m LARGE AND WELL ?

themselves. ind h dd ihe month I. The is SELECTED STOCK O1 FRESH GOODS... ,
lo it directly : rotd a* a \(t a d.iY. pleasure soon and 6 p iu next day. ;f
.j their own property. showed pretty {"IIIIi gone. Jdl lue-te.! pincers now exist iu New Jacksonville Preinct-Oliver Wood, Robert Separate proposals for that part of this "hating in prt..lGroceries ..r:

-. ct1y. th.tl the bill: I j.nijKJsed lo give these> cou- Mexico, formerly 'lcl.tiug much, now some Bigelow and Charles W. Uownin route between Nassau C H uud St. Mary's are Mats, Caps ;t:

, ..r.lci"r uiiJcr the jruUe ,II.p iy tir carrying lWt'UI.y-fivt'vl" fifty cents a day, iud only\ pur.ued St. John's Bench Precinct-John Houston. invited. ..

) .the milk u sum.uiore thau .ufficiout to coii- br the pmirest Mt'iicais. lt'guI..l'luin. Kin:ilf'v B.fiibhs. and (it-orjre C. Acosta. 3557. From Nvssau C H at 8 a m Friday Provisions, Boots, Shoes

itruct the entire road.Xu ing has loliowed time.,and i is uow.ielding toa.siderable Ceilar Crrrk Precinct-Charles Broward, To tenumdina Dry-Goods
by G 30 miles .
m Clothing
. effort wis nude 10.,) 'y or ye rerday tolike q III <
t up tilt bill tor 1 he udiuisMuu uf.I'.iliiorui.i are marvel loudly rich ; lor we bavt- to Mandarin PrwV-Albert 0. Philips, James next day. p Hard-Ware, Saddlery! .!;

i into the Union' indeed I think it m.iy be .. believe what is ccrafied to us by many vitnv Jam s. ,nd Chandler <. Emery. 3558. From Pilatka at 7 Crockeiy &c. & .
a m Tuesday &c.f .
:aO"DI s n s-'itlwi matter that the hill! will nat :es ; hut they are not lhe nchesl lliat mea'Vele Black Creek Precint-John Wheeler, Ben.junin By Volusia Fort Butler ,

:1JI d'JriDg the Itt'Via :sps-i\lll. cert tlli1111; seen. Far iroin it. Thosu of Lr.zil, inho Wilson and Am.izi.ih Coy. and MellonvilleTo Enterprise, \Viii.-li will be "M at SATA.IITAH raicts.r for Ce. ; : #
ihe Wiliuot nn'iin.aiiis. back ilio Janeiro Thorn fxn'if Prtrinct-Ahr'mi t'ss.'mt. Be'j C"umr l'riwliii.. f' ,1 ,
*it oai I'ror s< ichrtl to it oi in the unit the head '
asdthfu we hive -.be dcl,,r.itiyu oi' i Le lre,i- of Lord AU&OU'S voyage, suy one hundred J'e..l'b mitt tJ. Hiiririnhothi'ni, ,.nl) William Turner.jr. waters of St. John's river. 'uASt.COOPER. GEO. B.IUtA.. c: tr

,. dent that hr will veto it. The Whig (nien.j ..gt:u. were i r richer ; .ud jet. they have been Clay HUlPrftinct-William S. Harris, Henry miles(by water,) by 7 p m Thursday 15li N. M.-Cn h 1I1h-lIllC"pa made Dn cuttrm n'IIIi,.. ,i .v,.

,;' (b.it the protocol lt rt'l" to by h>lsJ"o. Clifford exhausted fo lon' that all n.emoiy' ot them is E. Peacock, and Elijah Carter. And back between 7am Friday and In Jacksonville.iitirfiji1*in Savannah.Dec.: IMS.Olurletloa urNew Tet' ,I t

inJSfrier materially ;Ift". cs tlxt.1U of oiu'. lo-t.: ji.id their illSI.rJ' on y lives in old books POLLS to be opened nt nine o'clock in the 7pm Sunday. _.\j :. t.

. t rights under the ire. iy with Mexiro. dWllh .I \o ulI.lic.llI-a.l'I'/lll.-CU niiit waters St John's
and closed at five o'clock in the river B. B. UEID.a CO. .
until the protocol s>o Miiimittc 10 tin S'n.ti.knJ w re ...nll.\; tol lit to !IJ''Pt' lor s t.-Ir". iron afternoon. at G a in Friday ; ;10'
! i 1 ratified by that body, there voald Lt' g-ra... lu-.se w .-li n.r!>. They wtie wurkui by slaves. Given under my hand and the Fe-1 Indian .: r
secure c of s.id c ircuit ;'rnirt. nt. the CourtHouse By river,Palos, San Lucie, and 1WESMtS. R. B. REID & CO. fcaTlnj leaf.ed .
. impropriety in Corigre. R>tablishing.. Government who. to, their fidelity :.tJI} in iUIIlI'," were I { L. s. } Jupiter ;
.. It': lor ihit Territory. or ulinit ing it liS asualiy i.iluWed by their flhi tt'rti all h. pru- in Jacksonville.: thin sixth, dyv To Mi.iini. Dade LYE the Wharf and the buildings attached, Y fl
Suit in''o the Union. This will uffurd them "->.ellS ot the day above given aiuount ; aud in of J ebru..rv.. A. 1>. 1S40. county, (by bind.;) by 6 re now' prepared in connection with their*- ;H.
m next 250 miles
p Thursday
1. .ufir.:tnt .xcu'se -<>r oppusitig a biii that "oui. hat way III.''!) bccunib rich! pill'chased therfrfedom. 0-CAR HART. And back DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE ? t
a m Friday 6
. l ereiJ'two: additional ena'ors who would hc and tn-n bought tdavtot their owj.. Clerk Circuit Court. AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH. f ';

. cppob lto a proe.tiet.aiff-tue coriicr i.tJn lived in splendor and o_ u nee ;cd laid the tout.Vti .- I It.LIJlIII : Feb. 17.1S49. 2t 3560. From p Tumpa.m next at Thursday. XEffiT. to do'a GENERAL COMMISSION r'f'
.1 Y."bitr" pohey.Apear.incs. III i..nilit ibe&e! shinzs are t'AJ I By ManateeTo BUSINESS. j

f also iu lici'.e th it no effort wihbfnuulctop :t .\'ed, tin.c out of mind ; ztntl so win be those j I l'ioi osiffe for (-c-nrryin the 71 ail. tvirasota. by 50 miles Their charges are established by the &ia ; ,
bs the l-ill relative to the slave ,f Cililornii. and the so<.ucr tilt b,1 h'r. I j.m And back between n< rates. : .t"

. trade within the District of Columbia. luleedCeinuezueut 4 irifn 1 to the ;o.d curr ncy bat uoi lo gold NEW ROUTES IN FLORIDA. Separate proposals to supply Manatee from They are also the Agents of the U. S. Mail ;,1.
Stemwrt at this and enabled .
S tke upon this-ubject, in Con- mining. That is a pursuit which .he expericuce ExtrnctJrom the act of Congress of 3d March, Sarasota, in ease of letting route No. 3563 are pUce are now "
to offer evi to the Plant
exhilils for the ry facility Merchant ,
fress. legislaiorsot L'is.ricaUiavntiibie o. na.uiu.show to be both impoverishing 1S45. ntlion IS. invited l.f

I ignor.ince of the hws already iu -hnnoraliziug: to a nation. 1 n-grt-t th a we 3561. From and tbe Public generally. ;
Tampa at 6
"Awl b' further acted.. a m Tuesday Goods their will ,
That to bt receiTed
it bt consigned csre .
force, or an uttempt at dt'cep'.ion lotnily u.\\o.- ii .ve thev mint's in 'aliiornia, but they .re the 01 (ne l'OIiUlUultc-r General, .lShl} future itiicnepuCksareanml Jot -rorvXJatlinTo nnd forwarded with 41'
UU15 despatch
ttv of them liy a l. w of: Maryland, puyseii in there and ram (t'r getting rid 01 them as soon AJellonville by 6 Thursday 100 -I
. JJ96. nnd B'W in lull force iu the District, possible. Mak.the wording free as jossible..nstead letiiiigs of contracts for the transportation| miles pm Their Store, Office and Warehouse. situ- i 1*
of the to let the in ted the
ra-iil ame to convenient
at wis entcetJ; ChHauJ'IiIJvl'." brought into tbu ot ho .r.I Ing, and holding them up. and every case And back between 6am Fri 1a1and to .
. the lowest bidder tendering sufficient St.John'
Mute fur sale or for iu driblets ihi-m gnar.1DIt'tJ hirer E. F, January
anyoiber purpose, "t'r..Jll"tbrt'cl Celling lay open to industry 6 pm Sunday
for faithful performance without other reference 1849. 7 .
I. f fo IK jbsoJufeJfuriri'eo that i in .1 i enterprise.; Lay them open to natural cap- to the mole of such transportation than 3562. From Jacksonville at 3 a m Monday and -_- .*- -*- ly :: .0
.the antLoriJiof the' is-Tict. ciiiieitlwivof. .tai uin/r to the thtt h-s siout I M >iM -i MMii Hni V
or any -10 mitt amisnd Thursday 't
, he fur he due celerity .
to provide '
1 : ii'Jtryd.srre; '6uppnsion oftbtest.biiihiuralrs .& willing 11t irt. Give him a f.iir' cliance. tIzzy ceitainty necessary, and security of such transportation To St. Augustine, 12 m, 38 miles otic, Iii Debtors.' t f.

for the ,< tie ot slaves bave ij five all a irc-h..n.'e It is uo nut ter who digs noi-bh'tll cOlJtr.lcturbl'realterltt' And buck between 7am and 4 pin 4 LL PERSONS indebted to'th Estate 'of "

.reme.Jj e jjL.tey! "IIujyi their power. :mttuch :ip the gold, '.r where it goes. The diggers will required; to purchase afiy new out, or tuke at a valuation next days. A. JAMES LONG, deceased, will please niakt.' .r: }1\I

\r'. cior.Binifjgeut th .n fae bill introduce .ot e.;t it, and it will go here commerce will Proposals to make closer connexions withIteambo.lt payment immediately-as accounts unsettled'I ? :
the clock vehicles of
or previous contractor
into the Huuvrof l..er'sl'nhtivf':. Indeed tinnly lrry it. Tlle.n ..Ch.n"h1 11 IHYiu lusiryk for the same route." uny Jacksonville! will be considered. I will soon be placed in the hands of a lawI_.' .. ,f

:n f t object of it* iu'roluc ion is supptibed I. hlcb .ve agricuitun*, coaitinrce, and au .I1U.Lcillratbt1 3563. From St. Augustine by Smyrna Indian for collection. .; ... ;;

iare b ell touble the Wbi g gracefully t.tok .. will get the gold, [ rovided always f:'f Bidders will be careful to read the forms River, San LucieJupiter, Miami Key ; STEPHEN FERNANDEZ, t !

. f." .out-from toe awkward position in w'bicL hat they keep out small paper money. and instructions appended to this advertise Largo Indian Key, Key West Char* Agent for MA XT Lose., AWnirdsfl tri'z. : : '

:. t they phcnl luems elve by voting lor GOlf.TelolutioD .>oi .. -, but perm.ts. is the proper motle to ment. They ate requested to state, in their lotte Harbor, Sarasota Tampa, Cedar Feb.'10. 1849. tf .
ollow and the mode.*' proposal, the mode by which they intend to .
only practicable Keys. St. Mark'* Apalachfcola St. .
I. "
th nriil. Where the size and ,
I rejte.t. therefore! tb.it: you nu.y set it! dow. convey weight Joseph's and St. Andrew'- to Pensa- 4 duiinisfrat .
. ff" u lenhy! certain tb &t these two :igititinrquejtioua Daring EJCJ*itiio*-Twooong men, broth- ot the mails or the speed called for in the cola, ,miles nud back, twice a .t day the 19th day Wolirc.-On Moa-. J

.f. -the c 'uliiorui.i bill and Hiuvery 11. fa, J..mea and llfiiry Tbotiipsou, from 1'un.aud schedules shall require it, the contracts will be month. in steamboats I will apply to tbe ofFebrtfarynextensuing. -., '.. :i (
the District ) M .ine. left >t. Louts on the 2-Jd their made for coach, steamboat, or nil-road conveyance Judge Probateof 4
r.; of Columbia will be postponed m : on Separate proposals for sections of the above Duva county! for leave to.sell so much of tht,, t"
It41t to the foot Vii as tbe_ case may be; and, consequently, \ t
for goid They
' t". the present sez.iua.Lnici vay n-gion. go on routes will be considered. real estate of Eliza M. Crichtcidm Ml Ii
: < "
be let to bids -
---- -- iidependitice, I..oiugfib them only the such routes will proposing such '
NOTES. will be sufScient dl-- .
for jo5. r.
fC'OD llurupc.FRANCE. .. prep nation f.r.L hunting excursion, sending moleot conveyance. .In all other ClS'PS the Eieh proposal should be accompanied by a debts of said deceased. piyment of the J; :.'t

;. t)! their g H'd: liy sea to San "raIH: sl'O. Theyjpt.ct r . mode of transportation. :
to reach O.ilitortiia: two months in u lCilice cheapest in the .
hthis country everything w.-w quiet and th persons, following manner. rit: Jan.. 27, 1S49. 4t : ".
l of those who gj with teams .or packmulei. I .'The .-- ..:' .tAdministrator'
"'eratueat in tate of transition. M. Buu. undersigned guaranty that
I RCPOALS for carrying the mails of the
, 1m df U Meaib has bt't'n' elt-cte i Vice Prt P United Mates from the tat d.y of July. I if his bid for carrying the mail !otI e.L1. .- : ttt.

dent. Ext ei.ive naval preparations are in i kind IUM.\RKADLE I IE'EU l->49. to' the 30:hof June. 1&31. i inclusive iJ from to be accepted by .. Six MONTHS' after date, I bal apply to; a .. l
jr Epposrd to be for The purpoM oi in.enuutio.1tttheatf. .. XE OF TilE MOST CURES FUIUUJwill be received at the cuntr..c oJ- lie Postmaster General. h"ll enter into un obliguion the Hon.. Probate Judge of Columbia county t

fI ,; ..irJ of I bt" Pope. Public opiai.m h.,: HEl'UUUEU.WAF.DOBJRO' ficeof the Pont Office Department in the cit prior to th(first.doy of July next, with .for Letters of Disinission as Administrator oa

) Anged in re/erence to' the jniiicy of birch.coins. .- Maine. July 30. 1845. of Washington.'until 9 a. m. of the, 4th April.} good and sufficient sureties, to perform the service the Estate of Henry.f lefton, Me of said enuntj._ 1

. The bLUe of the funds b 1:0 opeuinl tn'jwofiuflueiitiiiijnen. Dear Sir: Having experienced great benefit 1M9 (tobe decided by ths 24th thy of April. proposed. deceaseJOHN CLfiFTON, AJafr/ t

who ni" now oppustorVincesntenueddliug iVom your iiivaluaolc medicine 1 feel it my duv IM'J.) on the routes nd in the manner and This should accompanied by the certificate Jan. _7, 1849. Cm. .... .. .. .
of S
I let tbe world know whit i ii a postmaster, or other equivalent testimony '
) wrfa the aff.ii UI JL \11.1 I privilege to time herein specified, viz : --
) ly-that France fchoiili ;attain iro.ii interve... ,s done foi me. Pos-jeswed oT a strong ron!ii.t'ion that the guarantors are men of property, and otlce.-slx A o.vTu5.aftoJ d"te, r5ija .' .
, two I hid health KLOU1UA. able to make good their guarantee. present accounts and vouchers AJministratoro ; il
for or agaiiut the Pope und throw no ol.4e1e riitnr"tlly, enjyet1 perfect my .
. in the way of such Powers as in .v. ott'oWB : .:,,&'i..-ls to :lif *|irinj; of 15>43. when 1 was 3542. F'Mnli1 on nt 6\ m Wednesday The prottt&l should be sent to the department 'he Estate of Francis B>*>*rW'' s. .
" men uud The (Government b b U- I. xibledvitli a '':i *'" iliy in my led side atteu- By i Kc.unbia, county j nd :..trunni1lt't sealed, endorsed -'Proposals for route No.- late of Paval County;;deceased;to' tla' ;

i subla decree money., denouncing HA enemiiv tu> th '.' I Wa'h c-iitsidcr I hll'l'j I in. "omethneinJuly I Sp.:rt. Alabama, !.) 6 p m next d..y. in ," tnd addressed to the First As- ble Judge of Probate of gjifJ county ggg* .f_ :c ;
t-ked -iih hichvn 75 miles sis tar.t Postmaster General. settlement of said: Estate, an* ffc '. .
! "uatrj all pi-rM: .Je.errel fa'um'o.. u o.$1ofAsewb1y w is \i drn! ly ut n cough. v. & on ae sues ..
I.yl the Pope's pi-otcbt* .I innel_ I un I it I fall I ; .1.en'l was; confined to the And b'.ck bet wet u Cam Friday and C For the prohibition of. bids resulting from time. apply for Letters.. of Dlg.s biterattl. 1..-
. 1UELAXU. 'lat1ibt nmn'bs.: Milton at 6 which t tie'contract} is to be made see the last.rnual in said Estate.are desired KVTVEZ. 'fr
neJuljtj, hue decided .igainst the writ ol ..1I1h wm very severe. I frequently h t.1 3543. .From a in WednesdayBy .Adm'r..; i
'?tUTj, lae C .Sl'g of U'J.lrit'u, Mcjigher and pclls coughing wh eli last.l two hours ; dai- Alaqu.1 cud Uchee Anna ; advertisement. STEHfiN D. FE.P m.-, f
CIb jtJ. of d -ei.lde mat To M.ri .niu. by S pm Kriday.125 miles C. JOHNsON Postmaster General January. 849. .
& *ailPPc11 to the House ui Lordw It .y r..isc 1 re iju .11. sigr'< '. ,
f Jlr..Dtl111e.Lbrm, Application w:.s imde te, er. :1'COmltarrit'll wiih blood.Snuietiiiies 1 Aol b..ck between 6 A in *atilrd.iyand POST OFFice DEFAKTMEMT, e Siofht .'

Iberito aotbi Coqrbe. but they decline., lisi-d quart of boo.l! at a time. 1 consulted : 6 p Monday, Wishington. January 20, 1849. I ___ uun.'S\lUtiEK HAS_ leased .tb. ..
I.. of whi-m did their be Proposals euibr.ice Orange Hill and Holmes Feb. 10, 1849.-t30tbM _. .. .
'Xpresj all lSt to '
hree Mr. Hatch
their determination to nabmi physiciann .s& !ouse fonnerly occupied by i ft r
tILkf1Jffe. sore me; gate: me up; s.id th.-y could lo no Valley will be cousiJerrJ.j ul.o jiro|>'.MUil. to ')' 14e9i-ii'd; Colle'60r'. Bay street, (known as ,Hart's ,old Boardhg --- .,

- ., ESGL.\ D. more tf,r me; 1 must die ; it impossible for end nt Uchee Anna. NOTICE. House.) and is now prepared to accommoda t t

I llritI* ttovenuueut b.u detennined to me to live 1titushort time Oneof them Mid 3514. l I-lOur .tltq.ua at AJab.uih 6am Friday t 45 UNDERt'IGNED..sf'SS r and Collec. any who.mat .se nt topatniniie him, and atsnres '.
C&-H 6pm .
. meet t 'Ibke were gone. At this critical moment Tfr Ta-, y TilE will be ,to et. -
i ur I b. pwple awl curtail expenjtt lily lungs of the State and county Taxes for Du. them that no pains spared
1ft had exh msted their miles .
. ieh Itu c UtJt'd a\.wce iu th. fuudb. when eminent Ibidan" And.back between 6 a m and 6pm next Tlil .county. State of Florida will attend at tbe sure.their comfort..A commodious stable is at ,
.# rr!Ll skill, friend d 'pL red of my life, my own Izopeirrtcuvcry times and places, for the purpose of t3 bed to the retablishmtnt and every attei'tidn t
fi following
n e Hall at an i-nd, 1 resort ed to e day. will be to the horses.of those tvffy : .
Pope paid
/: trLi i V dpm:iuda intervention of Aub- Whether this route is necessary incaseo'letting Assessing the Revenue for said State and county .
TAR'- ,BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. Quere. to stop with bllnl'.. :. ;
VU.VI lrswbomnythink
Prm.ect lutperb! bui Franc proper ;
7. power, the one (No. 3543.) for the 1849 :
preeed.ng year
& and half bottles those : ,
. i1 taken a A W. rRIcarot.; .
one .
hid When had : _. ;
lru"2J' renaondr.a.ttt I1g.linbt this route in operation, between 'At C. S. EMER store, Mandarin, on Thursday '
1 there nov a
ovfC1. being .
1 tnflltlOn ai the Ionian b4re lost all re severe spells olcoughing .were re : and Ucbee Anna. 15th February.from 11 A. M.to 3 P. M. JaceflcEJ.Dc.2,184ft! _:. flmlotIce ; : ::1 :."
i "r'nc, ftlr :he taking the Bilsam mail spring, Geneva, Alabama, f.
I'ope ontinued
J both pirilu.Jn"Hull ment1flhcI LAWRENCE RYAN'S house, St. John's Beach, -
. I I will turo'witll cyuteinptlo the ipirbe 1844. when I ce.t ed 10 blewl out the- lungs. my 3545. From To OchCsee.Mariana at Calhoun couaty on At Saturday 17th February, from 10 A. M.to 10. 1rsS!tcT ; .-;,, t
roth4t 1 left the .
. 1 Ln&thw. h",s burled .nat item. health anti Btrensth imprured back : 4P.M.At BEnEBY FOREW.AEN 'TO ', ;; :.w 'I

J )'UU> loII ;: house, but wag not able to work for a ye sr.-* And will estate distance and alfO a cchedule S. B.' THo\fp oN'A Store, Black Creek, on L sons not to Lunt an1iJ 4. ;pfE96J>Mift'charge ;.':

. country is quiet' The frilnkfort' AsPnbly Now,toy health i is good.; .liunable todoaml.iy'eworkcvery Bidders' cnnneet at Ochesee with tie route from Monday 19th Fehruary.from 10 A.M. to 4 P.I' any..kind of fire-arms .withi,iay emcUfsnres .J ); tt

. Bc4 ha& d Cfef'd.1** the dignity uf the day on uy farm. to t' Ch ittahoocbee. At DARLING C. PRESCOTT'S store.Clay HiU on near JacksontI1IeI. am cftepeHedvtO,: -- i
ApalHChicoh "
. Gfrmi t tbt Empire ig g.ven to ibe reigning JAMES COlEBY. From Tallahassee 6 a in Monday Tuesd y 20th February from 11 A.JLto-3 P.M. ttketh: fctep on accouiiVcf mabyaad great, ; ;'

, } Pri.DCt', tbuhopliiluga Htalry between Witness: THOMAS EiNEL 3546. Benhiden.Rhe11 lbint.D Pa wtuxetTo At WILUAK: TB'OxAtA Kou8e.Thomasville on inconveniences to,whieh.1 haYe.Ipenaubjecfeffby :'. !;

fltii1 and Qenmtpy for the Throne Naples i Be Dr.-Wistar'8 Treatise.00. Consumption, to By'Sobcho'py. by 6 pro, 4iijea, '.Wednesday.2r l February., from U'A.. L t03 wandering .sportsmen.. fihotlUfefaHciiltt** i ;:
been .
foree d.
1. C'A1if' be had oftbt ugenta, grzttis.signe4LI3UTT'Of And back between' "6 ..w..Od 6 p,nineitdky P> M.. .. to my,piaxia, nnd.ID1JUtgroeahA&e '
. YCJrold Tried .- work account of the J'ID".
kr. owfjbywj WQIIJ .- the wrapper..JackwnvilK : At COL. JOB* wAiD'ehonseCedTCk.V ole te their -
'. W.Arrlck of 1\0.17 : those who ite&el to,'be Ifldiffeti .J
JoblJsr h.1S recezv14 1fholealdle aziul reuil..b 'lischarges of ,
eale February
u tOur Thursday 34th
: taat StrMartfu at C a on Saturday .
. I' of Ibe: mdJ.lC HOUlEK Jt Co1 3347. From the size i quality,of Jhtpaethfj -., g.uightbg.
, izaig wLkh "bouudb T. 0." Waciste md Marion 4'P": M. rat as to_ !
. : tlifornja ; utjort e IL1keQr the bUDdred1Cf. E. F. By Newport, Jaeksotmlle,'oa Wonlay therefore gin JQ te.t.h&' &Miroseeute \ >;
miles At the CourtHouse in
. i .thou it'ig To Monticfllo, by 6.pra. f ,. ttftht utm J:
27th .
, Of1tTjtl44iflg yoaug.ulrn who And bj druggUtigtnewlIjtbrooghoatthi' And bVk between. 8 a JQ and Opt 3 I ,- Tuesday and-Wednesday 26U, I any 'trespasfera .
: 111 TeiYing frtbe ...b..1'7. -- '' < r ofthelaw.i 9;' a
iold % '
: ic dinrillp it is tn United t4te1. v1 I .ihextday ,and 28th l''eJ :1rt. -' j

.t : ..Ioped'dch t l1. this JI l10t a r r "pecina., ot the _._ _. _.- ___ I : ,Newport; arc* inrieid -'. .. Persons'6wnlngtands'witninnh if County.will ; 'J.-n.uaT:1.2'7rl.... 9., :. .."... ,:<. '<.' : .
is dug from the : ...., propoaahstocommcmcet .the Bumbew'ofTownship :.J. 'f!: .' !
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. i evhieh moubt4i tlr of the .-'-i.T... .. :. *" .. pfrase bring ,witaJlaem 4
ti Jihea Irom the&lwl, the D1 RD X..DEC : and B ni by lai :v v U&&TIB.* HISTOB5TOF THB\"&..i .
an'Tequeatrd' to mgej-Mre
. i '. thatoaDtrl.. The Wzt pi tf8t w'i. F 4WE: jdi4i.nr1oqn: ( t A! .3543.' 1: : ,I>FromQuincyatS'itrnFrway ByBockyComfor> .;," '-, & &' A. CA>Ov A--* .r ,3: IWMt-ror.. .. A1i, 1 .h 'M. 4r .
l' ii i. P &bout.te; Ehef ,2tbit's im : !p. i! +, wd Collector Datal;to&JwtoonTille ." 11. 1.
.1 i **4 egg qute jJ! .P4.iJ'f .J : T Rd'ormH bj2inidiniief.jr" ; .. J;z Tu Assessor 4t
. I-Z .Cia IidIeci4cdI. ll ldeu appear. J'a4d i ; And batfc bttwcea 6 i m a&a 8>i fc ta; FebTuarj 3d, 1849.
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&iiV1-: b ri n F K Y OWKSEND' AitS :I COMPOUNirEXTKaCD* itl'lIii4! ''5? *** 55p |w Rifor.any
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# *? t a S us- *> jS 44 IV W t.m 2tic4 c 'iv.
i. .: IS pntaed'rrrry SATUllDAVIt MORNING, Most Extraordinary Work, P:1x \ 'v !f.sf \

a.j : Jik.oh>7IJein tht Counij of Duval. and 'LIIt S .' 455. LtL4 ji 4 ..5eit ;:
: .1. Fliiridu. :MARRIED i WOMAN'S S i\o: 5Or
U r.r S 5 v jizging, zcIiug I iuatuigtie u- ttty
/;* rt. I BY AUGUSTUS C. PRIVATE MEDICAL : JLJBIB] ; i .jiit.aii5'1is particulurTyuduptt'd ipriiULL : ,l prepsredlareLerceto fenmsle'jaujpag
-k [ Terms-THItcrDotLAtU atiuiuns. pawl ; SLATE AXD:
it (
,:' >; :, ince. or FoUU DoLtARS.if at the end of the year. C 0 M P A N JON. the FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE ,The great beauty anil fsupcriorify.of thi* ear-, ioacLiag tIat $ # L

on the followip Occupy spacious )arilla over alipther! >ciuedie.B! )sit ra'. buhegIcct

,-ft.J > Ite lints and under, bpdyjjC/Jns'umption S .dueuKes to..which cftainles ixaul3*
One dollar of twf j ; ar
DESOMEADX'S cleanse andr8trvngtLent. time, life. *
each subs ; tpf ,Ibis period $ **
.t 5
!, and 75vent for .5 mar
rf ; : for the fir t Inset tion,
-FULLY REVEALED PRINTED CALICOES. 5' consumption can jbe'cured, several bousing Ibis '
v>. /; advertisers a liberal disoani :years medicuttLi-ft* !
yearly "
> <1>. : .Ventln"1"10"To N E WE lITION >ftiif! inponintM 4trisn'nisl l lCompa S Their present Stock- consists of' nearly bionochitis, consumption, livrcoinptaiimt, Jess valuable for those ,wLo -9llflt Iw

>_ .;.. ? will be made.CPAll A 'n.n. has just Leei i ited.nhIler i lie cdirini One Thousand Piickages : colds, coughs, catarrh! ,:, asthma, spit womanhood, as it is calculated t "t 5

'. 'p.. nlvertisements must be paid for before inrtion. I,. uspervids.n ofU.M.WEISSELHOFF. M.D.. Embracing some THOUSANDS of different ting of blood, soreness in the chtst, by quickening the blood. wad isystem. '

,e1p unle by a regular customer. By referrms Int.of Paris. Prnffssor of Muiwiferv. ami auth-ir "ftlicrle patterns and colorings, and comprising everything .hectic flush, night.sweatsdiffi- ,, Indeed, thu me"
!>rnieil work on Cipsiniinn and Child Bit iii. S at&T
l. our terms the requisite sum may be ascertained which tins had such an extensive sale in Europe and desirable in the line, FOREIGN and'S cult or, prouse; eipectoruticn all (the diseases to whkh ?VM, tOi

* : siul trannmitted with the advertisement.jrj A t o nra. S DOMESTIC. S and pain SS It braces ihe. whole systtm,
Tbi edition is Maurireau'a offered for sale for cash in the hide.! '&c. ently the naturtil
; Advertisements not marked with the nnmbet n vat improvement upon All of which are or Shave energies..ly rrino'

I.: ,will becontinued untilforbi l land old work wliirli was ohiefly designed to induct satisfactory credit, at SLOWEST PRICES, and S i impurities of the tody not sofnl"( lOST
insertions repaired
I. tlir render ii' ;purrhn"e M. M. DesomeauK's Powders by c-.inbe .5 ,the system as, to produceaktucltiou. 414'dl
'; for. and Instrument, to nil im-lesiieil increase tif thePIECE
charged prevent Oil PACKAGE* cured. which is the case of noet
: will be for all innounretntntft family, at an expense of SIO-and his Portuguese there
B3"Five dollars charged probably never was a rctnedy thatjums for female weakness and
Female Pills at 85 per ho*. In this edin. n, there iino ,New Styles are. received ,almost every,day, disease -LI
,# camlidales for othce. been so successful' in desperate cases otconsumption -S .OFTtiE
q4 part ni tlie nric'iua) French work withheld. The and of them are got up forour own sales .5 5 EE4j.
r : : One suarr.' for Six Months. : : *1 0 0,0 wlinle secret of M. M. Deswneaux's instrument and and many not to be found elsewhere. d S as this;. itkcl anM'g' <
: Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : ; 7 00 ineilmil i in fully revealed arid ilesrrihed and the reipe Printed lists of prices, corrected froni system and .appiiuis to heal the ulcers on the 5 5. woRxJoly22 ,$40)
4i i'f IVs-'ineaux's I'-iriuguese Female, IMIls i is pir.en lung and the patients gradually.regain, theirusuiil'health DL Towrsxi-.4eor
Jt for Letters Administration 5 0)! day to day. with variation in the market ir
every *
Application '
?. entire in-plain English lerini, BO that the purclia and.strength.CURIOUS been.imftuicted with
:r All religious notices will be inserted g.-stui- "! will g't are placed'in the hands: of buyers. a djcze c't lie:; ?' 'U.vst
CASE OF CONS tUlIP T1O.N. with! ,a terrtble rd
Vli Merchants will be able to form some idea of .rullIIjre.icrtVki .

t'.r" communications will FIFTY CENTS S the extent and variety of our assortment, when There is scarcely a day pulses but there area thegicatcr prt. 01 the tfne.trtubleil 1 Vi
: t crAll admissable personal WHAT DR. MAUIUOEAU SELLS AT we state that the value of our usual stock of number of cases of Consumption ivpbrted with hJI1ita* if FttitL **i* ?

bech.ir e-1 as advertisements.Jj" SIXTEEN DOLLAltS. cured the use of Dr. Townsend's Ntrsaparilla. tir.ngof the hi'nrt hiefc rui
this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of by lta s tt'fTr't'
tt .i 0 : All hilln for Job Printing must be paid on the Every person Who has bt-eiuleceived by the trii'kof the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by The following was recently received : trtbsilig, ::nd hj.s'. Irtquu.tly t. J
of the work.xJ DB. TOWJNSKND-bwr Sir : For the last leave lur bt ii. !1I.
delivery Maurii-eati'* wi.rfe.sliiinlil! I purrlia'-e this, nnd thus our 1 irgest wholesale jobbers. This fact, to- rIiJtVi. wand

(: ( : All' ( ( ,commitment. tnut be addressed to i.'<-npt. theextoriion which he attempts to priii-li<'e.- |I g ether with the fact, that our means and our three years 1 ha\e bt-eu siihicU-d with general eyere Muttird ali M eve i

:-. : At-'GVSTCS C. ( lLI.ITT. roftitfft J lirl. After rentlm" tlii* 'il hunt. any one may avail hiin, .elf attention, instead being divided among a vast debility, and nervoue cuntauiiption oi the lust such c.sts *ith Un }itu. AUG

of f Desoineaux't, : I inveniion, nl once, withmit ndollnr ofxpen variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE. stage, and did not expect lo ever gain niy heahhat Ud! taLtit, but thi (t' L'Wtt.SO
:. ioor
---- -------- --- j in villajr"I"I United Sliiten. All the ; t2cc11fb1
; i nny will render the advantages which we can offer all. After g'wngthrough a course ol n.etli- medicine bit viof > ciyre-ie
; ci time
eprctsnf Menrii-eaii, Desoineaux.aniJ ei'iiet. dige
$100 to dealers perfectly obvious and it shall be cine undt-rthe.w.ri- >o te. of the most Uistinguishetl the heart, ail t lit': iujtu
here fully revealed. There is no other edition wurth a1nmtt s
: "TTTTILL be given for the apprehension ol PVb'1 u rehiuiinr.iti our cire that none who visit our establishment regul.il-5 itym.iekiu? and n.etr.btrsofthe ttrelr disi.j ICtirid.

: "W JOHN B. HAKDIN, who escaped from Single copies (utile Married Woman'* PrivateS shall meet with any disappointment. Uoai-tl ol lle.hh lu \twrk -else-where, S the h.j* hu Iir&d tlt (]rcJs.y iti.d 'w, S

-I'. ; k the Jail in Duval comity on the night of the Medical Companion, will he s'iit by mail, in a eluseeiiveKipe I Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and spending the mosl oi u.y ehruitigs in attempting 1hmdli %Olefl.! fl ( Ld r. idea tht tP

tf V/ '" 3d-of January, last, where ho was confined on to any ;part of the United Stales, for 50 rt .f the year. LEE. JUDSON & LEE. to regain my huihh. and ai'tir reading beo UuafiLd. ,U Ud icuun; io1Ne'

f ..r* j' conviction for Burglary and Larceny. Said: post paid, to lr"K.. \VEISSELHOKF.I B.x2710.Xfw p." s.B. F. LEE formerly of the firm'of in some paper; of'\our SSarsapurillu I resolved of tli.e ,. Jifct ;: I.& *'. ,, ,:,, SjI UwJfrSu

$: I : Il.irdin is about 3.1 i years old. about 0 feet 10inches' I DOLLAIl.Vrk N'City unpaid or THIIEB letters will COPIES be taken f..r from ONE the S Lord & Lees and late senior ptrtnerofthe original to try it. After using.six bottles 1 lound it pea; 1.ir tt dzpy.3?

fetf high, rather lijiht c-omplectwl. but sallow, P-xt Ollice. No aIitS whatever, are employed msllihi S firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection done me great good, and called to see you at that V

hair li ht. or sindied. sm.ll. dull muddy blue NEW EDITION, which ran only le ob- S he withdrew' some time ago, has resumed your office ; with your advice 1 kept on, and do ;$1,1it.t 1ik5f. -; j9 ,. Lt it h.

.:'jt,.' '* *:: eyes, downcast look lips thin and closely compresvsc'l. ( lined l h y sendin<; n< ahlt e. Piibliration Oflice, 258Broadway. S business in connection with Messrs. Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice. L ptr- reidity. : t.r fcurw-j-wilUt is.uaUi cfltsimly rct I

vrA:: : ;; be.ird thin and >cattt-riti ;. lie carried N. V. ('iiy."NEW. Judson, and assures his friends that the new severe in taking the Sarsaparilla have been Iiaxiciia-. d tU-uU It *ita (0?

> r'i. off two negroes with him wlucn lie e.sc .pod from concern shall have the same pre-cminence'in able to attend to my usual labors for the last () A( tLt i tti:2i! g t e Li.vt.twB.t.y t'e ov

'* ?' t: "' Jail ; frince which time he- has been roaniin ir ; EDITIONOF t:his branch of trade, which formerly distinuished four months, and 11iope by theblvfeshigsoiliiAl ii.-L5 st tii att.t:!.;: 1I Iiinrt .
' & ,. .& la'rge cummittinj I tber crimes. The abov. g the other two houses to which he be and your &irKiptrill.i to continue luy beith.It .- t-Jl i l: _' ; 'uhr titi.trrtmahD to

.. reward wiil be juid l liv the ni;'lt rsiiriied ou D R. WEISSELHOFFS IEXTIFIC WORK l longed. June 25, 1847. 2y helped uie beyond the expeciationsj j lll ihji 'tttty, SS

., q' delivery to the SheriiV of Duv .1 County.OLIVKII ox THE STK.TKCT OF knew my case. CI1AKLK> Qi'IMLV.Orange. 'tV1LLiAr1'5.'J the

, t-- '. 4. ; WOOD, .IOIIX M. PONS, miro-Hi ICTII. E.->sex ('0. N. .J.. Aug. a., Ib47. ti0r

h' OSCAU hAUL, A. M. HEKD. A NK\v and hfnutil'ii! edition of this relenrated.v..rUMhes..l.j In Justice's Court-Columbia State of Neic Jersey.: EZMJC Coimty. ss.-(JL
T1IUlAS I LKLiWITH.PHILIP '. '. P. COOl'KR.Cll.iCUiJIV : 'ci.'fJESTATIONANlCIHLD being duly kwi/ri< licrorclitg to l .w. M 4,o fluid or n.fiiflii} hy& t..rfd iwn ,
..4 .. COX : ; YALE UIUTII.I l.y It. \V.i..4hi'ff. M. I U., Idle..f Paris.j. County Florida.Sam'l. .
; his bath sjiith, that the forejrtdng ituUiuciil is rliUb *<> nearly rtitmltg :Ft.
iiy' j..>-t i bf t n issiird in New York. It is a work \shichiiill
A. A. CAN'OVA) T. 0. HULMl &COtf be m the iiiituls olVrery Man and \Voma ) who S. Wester, ) ATTACI1MFmIT.TM. .} true, according the btjjt ot hi* knowledge and or saliva in dm.n.j oiii.g k-ct air i strcmtgillenrg 'or'

h' '. JaCkMi1vile. Dec. 9, 1s4.. IHK incuVri'il, or ipi'MnU I'' im-tir. the responsiliililiestllif [ Debt, $46 belief. 'CliA}>. i.ii3jjY. tl.tj vrgnts .ofdigt-vticn ,,s tlis i-rejnitioiro
'- r' ---- ---- -- S S Marrui 1 e erinl v.jlne )- James C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 92r1IUE Sworn and subhcriLeil to Lei e ite Vi Ur&tge. Siirs-jijarill... It f-c-Mtmy cures evm caseof

vy'J ioilioseviiu e nii'iins health or oilier circiiiiisianr'5. the 2d Ib47. <. Ylil'Sr liALl Wi dvs-i hi Lou ofoIt
HOLMES & CO. Defendant and all others interested August, q t c tt fcett re <* t LI(Pie_ .
?,4i :*wv du ii'it permit ilirm in iti< reawe ihp nintiber i>fihfir S Jusiee eithe Peace. BA.h IFI'R1tE.T. 2tLsAr
'. fjimilx wiili hereby notified of the commencement M1.y10.l4.1k. .Ini,
\ -- <"il gr.ii iiici'tiveniencr, xitlfiiiii;, TorsLji-.jr
'.* ri..k ol IIIV. A uulu l f of this suit returnable to Justice's Court ; )mitve'Lttri; ftjc
> TESRS hOLMES & CO.. have removed ir | rliaps ; : >> uI avoiding liifiriiiihifs frot
TWO CUlLVhEX SA rED for imeerul
11 .. # .Ii. their stock of Morch in-lize to the i :uul iluijj"i: !a at will. (recrntU diriciivcreil bvn t o be hold at Jolinsville for the Ninth Distriof ye.rs disjijmhi iz its- ianr
. i: ...ea, a'rd F-i.Ii Piixsic'iHii. i i. Very few fj>niiliij> ii: Uni-in f.u-i we have- toiin.ntttr.dtd nith our1ics oi t-Unetb trot
: buil-linij formerly oooujiied by the t'jjtteil t&tes. ) ) fully I'O'iniitinica- Miiid county, on the first S.iturl..y in April, ,, lewoijijjflite.
not heard of one th..t used IT. Towisei.dVSaraaparillii .
ted in this work. The iiieiiiiHiif preventiniifost cxtniie heart Lurn, jttd
'& comparatively A. 1>. 1&49 and to and plead to the a
known as the Government IiaiUing.; They, noihins. and are vMihiu the re'acli of nil.The ..- appear in tii.e leM. any children the pst : ver. >Mi i fb -.11 KiR'Ii pf jt.fcd, ziitl kr vnits the

ty? < hiveadJe-l to their -tuck, by the late arriv.-.ls ,prores* i is new, sale, intatlible., (onvenlent, and same. summer, while thus'c (hat did i.U Mcl\fitfl and (vhat :1 t.iil(! et) 1 k.Ttlter. bnth1ejorctjn

: : from New Yors afull.tssortiiieutofDry Goods. simple, and camml iiijnre the health I of the* ,iuo.iate dri-! Given under my hand and seal, this 20th tile;!. The et rtiticame we publL-h below IM-OL- Lul R sii. 11 1 .riii.ii i'L fl.yMoB ntk us'.
A--; r > :.. Groceries, ILtnlware, Provisions. &c.. &c.. (' N"r dors il curtail matrimonial privileges i in day January. A. D. 1 40. elusive evidence ol its vulutMid iionly ;..Mther ifitMiits. ltt tl<.iylia Itt little S iheec
the hest.tar. W. PRICE CMO.
which to sell at reduced S
they are prepared
.:I. : is instance of its Diving thclhi-b oi chililrvi. ; I St-n j ir. rtn.i vii.g.ihe t-rw jkiat. .1 indtcivd.
- '' There no'deep pi ion or liuuibnczery ninny Justice of the Peace, 8s
: prici' ; kind about this work. It imprecisely what it* title indicates '' Jan.' 27 1849. 3mB Dh. 'fowsENp-Dar Sir: 1 h.d two children tltut tin LL.Ls.ir.tc, te try year Kxtrcet: ioN
; They arc now prcpired to purchase Cottons. ,
f: h a scientific puhlii atioiironiiiiin! |,! iiif'rinniionof cured by your S..rtipiirill; of the MtUitm-r 5. or.s.rs-i-s.i-ili: :. ..i ii : bii.st i, 7 vrjih- little tons
1Iitle: an-1 oilier produce of the country, at the iireat value I tuiiiiirried people. 'ir those conieinplau complaint uiid dysentery ohe Wiib only iu fiddire: ; lut ityy; &iz. 1mIt1y? t, o lattles,! 'I,
?;Y highest Mir\et! rttes. and nuke c.t h advances I u inairiuce. >res..ed in plain which all >iiviiI Comity Tnx C'ollrrlorS Male. Senyrem
$ : : exj language months old and I lie other 3 years. tty were i.'lIl?i r..} -),1.C.titk{ risi /* rm ih- heartfcdrtfmirdj
: :. on coiiM nuK'nts to their friends iu Savannah can inulcr-o.tiu!. The 1 bole j is nd! and the
I. ; story much reilucvd.and
\ > virtue of the power vested in me by.lawv very we expect edthty would rt ntt d. tz.u J y.fault? tconrtnerd -. (
I Oh trlestou. New York. menus nf flccoiiiplithinc! the of the work BY
an or objects fully die"
1 have levied upon and shall export* fir ; they were given up by two respectable tter.ie ot it totbt/senio have tte
. ..eCd. and I faithfully given i MI that the readei nvni! Iiim.
;: : h article of Iron may ttr
They ive .1 new Wrought
t f'-V- : Ploughs which would self 1 of it ni once wiihout imrcliasiu anv medicine. -. le. beforethe f"onn-Honse door in the Town phy.sici..ns. When the doctor informed us that filicttd: ;;s J L hate- It?*. 1 (knrs. &c., tin

1. < .v '. they respectfully call i instrument, nr other ariii-lp, from the author. Th it. Jacksonville on the first Monday in June we must lose them, we resolvedto try your w, 1tth NbT. icit

'.r 4 the attention of Planters. menu* rif protection which it recommend, *, may also iext". ((1S-JO) the following lands or so much Sarsaparill we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchuse ceie but m h t* la v .. .

& *- >* Jacksonville Nov. 6. 1S4G. tf Ij I be relied upon without fear of diaaijnint'iieiit| or litS !hereof sis will pay the State Taxis due thereon little confidence, there, being so much stuff advertised pens that..hide the! Louie eoAijiUiely *i.d tut* TIftoi

vV ury. "r the ye.ir lb4H. vi : that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P. 1 CAgIXltf ftoiJ
:\ 5.;' ; NOTICE TO SETTLERS jitreare of rravns an IMS TTVJK. y.UUO'acros ot L'nnii. Pttimett on ivrtswau. nivermd tliftiiKI'ul tli
;; -ty Beware uit'a catch penny fraud UJUMI this work at Houston's Creek adjoining lands of John the lives of both. I write this that others may IV. Y.; Redding bstatett. Bostjin -l t erin
>;'. ./* 1 Under "Aruinl Occiipnliou Acl." 2.1 rents which is only nderov. lo promote the sale jut (
': I Houston particalar boundaries unknown be induced to it. Yours L 132
i--- of Mauriceuu's or DegouiPax'n instrument at S10. fir -S use respectfully, sons. ; North .S.ecOBd- rkilndelftia
- :: '. rilE, UXDEKSKiXED: Agent of the United the same .ihjeci that the work itcelf preienils to be "Urporting to belong to Sandiford Holmes. JOHN WILSON. Jr. S. JIance, druggist, Baltimore ; DnroJ & to. etis$7in

; v-S.-. JL States TV4JtSllE3. &C., will attend at the writ en, the real secret of my oripinal work beiiifwithheld. > S A. A. CAN OVA, Myrtle-avenue. Brooklyn, Sept 1 5', 1S47. RichmoBdj P. M. Coien. tharlesttn; Vrijit.

: :: : ::. following places, on the'Jays specified below, to Those who wish for th original and nenuinp Tax Collector Duval County LUNATIC AY U1lI. & co. lul < hartres-et,JTtw Orleans : ICtftanti

'tfcVt":: tike and receive proofs, by depositions before added work his, by Dr.hand WeissellKifT., obtain with it private note Dec. 4th, 164S. Dec9-fimDnvnl James t11iituuilgs; E.tj.oite of the Assistants Pearl-st.Albany; R Van Buekirki292 cot. ef

>:: 1 him. iu rel.ition to the settlement and occupation directly by t" him.own BS beemploys run no Apeiitu only bv whatever.seiidini..' I in the Lunatic Ayj>liiin.Bl.-tckuelleIslandis the Miirket and Broad-st5. Newark. NJ.mdby

.1.tk: ; :' : oi'all persons who obtained permits under and trvr sells ihe work at WuulPale-thtf.rpfuirr} im C'onntf Tnx follrrtor'n HnlrBY I gentleman ?pokci. ot in the following letter: principal tlrr.pgista and Merchants jtumlly

the Act of Congress, entitledAn Act to provide flhi'd k Apent 1'eillar, PoBtmaMeroi Hookfieller ran virtue of the vested in l.iw S 1.IlL l. .lIil Tl.ll. thrcHghoat the United Mates. West ladiwiadtBe :
me by
a_ :. .r 'f: for the Armed Occupation and Settlement j pussibly furnish the geiMitnr work. Beware, there- I have levied power and shall for This isf-nltv ojiv ot iiion tk1n lour thoitsi.nd Cua d.s. A. M. KEEli, AgentJacksonville

. -?.;' : .: : of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida fine; of false ropier and imitations which may tint only ule before the Court upon House door, in expose the Town cases ot rhu
, 7 ;:" -- ,"' approved August 4 th, 1&42. and who were l be woiihle.I the right ate promptly pnxecutpd and clieaii- .Voii-Ky:
under tli.it Act and the Act amendatory r-opy ; chronic
occupants S c.sis re weekly eradicated itsex..
; by
will only .ell altered or abridged rnues. Thiin the :iext, ((1840)) between the usual hOurs of sale
T.-1 .: : : thereof, approved June lfth, 1S44, and ? traordinarirtucs :
only tIrignual and trut W(>rk-tin ntlier ran be peniiin.- he following described property, or so much S % B1LLJA-K-D SALOONAND jut
: who actually occupied or settled under said tiiousands of have been will BI.ACKH-KU/S ISLAND, Sept. 14 1S47.
copies sent by mail with hereof :is satisfy the State Taxes due, tiiibe
7.r:4: P. Acts, and did not voluntarily relinquish sand perfect safety.Of iherron for the 1S48. viz I)R. TOWN.EMt-DElir Sir : 1 have suffered

.:://..: I. *- abandon the same; but continued to reside on ( C.iiies| nf this work will he sent, in a ro e envelope The hnlf.part year of that certain: tract of land terribly for nine yea with the rheuBiatism ; BOILING ALLEY.
said frontier South of the line Town HI single letter in id the United : ,
dividing postage coiiaiilerable
i.MV: S any part of the time I could not eat sleep Subscriber
ituated the has
on Kings Ro--id le.-dins to St. Mary's ecently
ships numbers nine and ten, South and East ofthte States, fur SI, "em ;post paid toDU. ot-wi-rk Iliad the most distressiEetain. and THE purcifsci
*; T' Ga. known the Tiles Plnce. ; fitted a Billiard Saloon' ud
X is
: .'. R. M. WEiSSELHOFF ; containing: ups ,
base line in said Act of 1S42 gep
specified limbs swollen,
100 smd my were terribly I have used I liar Boom the
acres to to Francis spacious premises owned
purporting belong ,
rV---v ,
: thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Acts Box 27 10 New York four bottle
City. ofyourSitrsapiirilla. mtnd they have
Government aid
>'* Al. Piles. A. A. CAN OVA, by : occupied ,by JndgiLjinciister.
vit:- Pi'BLicATiuN OFFICE, 358 New done me more than one thousand dollars north
k ; Broadway, Tax Collector Duv.il County. I He has also just finished'a splradiif' 'ofla1(0
"?*-- -.:. *Ak.A .' i.t Newmxnsville, Alachua County, on Thurs York Jan.City.1849. S Dec. 4th. 1S4S. Dec9-3mDuval of good-J am to much better. Indeed 1 am I Bowling Allfj' connected with his establish

. _.*k day. 12th October. 10 days. 2m entirely relieveI. You are at liberty to use usent, aisd. st j-resent, the only one in Jaeksoaville. --

: :iJ., At Long Pond Levy County, on Monday, 23'1 A. M. REED < this for the beutfir ot the afflicted. which will be cpcn.to the Public <* 31oft- la1(0
County Tnx ollrctor'a Nnlr.BY .
I October. 10 Yours respectfully JAMlUMM1KGS..
.f. days.At'Miftiuopy day next. ttbe 23d, October. As he has Keen it
AUicliua County, on Thursday, HAS constantly on hand a well assorted virtue of the authority vested in me by COULD NOT WALK. great trouble and expense to afford tii* meaar"of

( 2d November, 2 days. ofGroceries law, 1 have kvied npou and fehull expose That Dr. TowiiK-nd's sarsaparilla.is the very healthy recreation, he trusts ia exerticnt..

i 'i: At.St. August ine} St. John's County, on Thurs S ;br sale, before the Court-House. door i in th best remedy for female complaints there is! wilF be rewarded;

UFitt day, 9th NovemWr. IU days. Provisions, DryGoods, Town Jacksonville on the first Mend .y inuirch t no disputing ; thousands and thousands of JOHN AKirwill always.kf a hand

pIIi2' At St. Lucie County, on Monday, 27th November Hardware, Crockery &c. viz ; next (Ib49)) between the u.-ual hours 01[ weak; j.nd dibilitf.ted females that were |>ros> choicest LIQUOKS and JiAVAfi'A EGABSI

liutL1M 10 days.AtMellonville.. sale, 350 iicreti ot'L'md. or no much thereof :,swill tnted"by !those' difees: to which females, are anti he .feel? ccnfident that no. fa tt,fill be

:- tttttiII Orange County, on Thursday, Superfine Flour, in bids nnd }% bbls ; pay the State Taxes due thereon for theyearlb4S. subject 'were soon )in the enjoyment of robust found With him in this.particular.. -

t: V14tb Lccc.ci, 10 'layscala Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; bounded as lolluws, viv : Z'.rth by health. S S jOlINCLAU.-

rV77". ''I "N "' ) Marion County, on Monday, 1st Jan- ll ,ms., B .con, Pork, F M Beef, Pickled Tongues;S lands of Frmcis Uiclnrd. South ;iid E.iht liy Sew YORK, S ept. 23. 1S47. J cksony.ilk\Oct.21ta64S.,, ... 3m "

' !.:.(* .-->-.: : *' At 2Oday. Mackerel, Codfish Salt, Rice; Big Pottsburg Creek and West by Little I'oitsluirg la..TowENb-Dear Sir : My wife has for
??" < ; ttit Jeutou County, oa Monday, Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans;, Creek, purporting to bfl..iig to George the last'year been very sick, and in a greatly: iJVEJj PLASTKJlPCOGG1NS

,.. j I. fI&1 10 &Ias. Irish Potatoes; llajran. A. A. CANOVA, reduced state of health being reduced by a

i. :* ; County, on Monday, Sperm Oil, Candles; Tat Collector Duval County. variety of complaints such as females arc liable: & CO, of Ph51adeldiacca' '.,

iiJ! .. Asfv.'i .it tCey West, \ Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; Dec.4th, ISIS. L>ec9-3uiJL ttr; she got so b.idat length that she was entirely : OintjntJiClure CALCINES.,: ,

r.- February. 10 dav (.ouut ouMon1i ., l4tL I Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; unable walk and was as helnlessasu child BLASTER of the whitest and fines' tiusliti

At D.tde Coutitv mi Muart's Refined Loaf, Crushed and Pulverised Tax the commenced isimmg'your Saitsajmrilla, and that can be produced, nt'ihe low r4te otj1,3l3 j jaish

days. 1 '&nesday, 1st March, 10and) Sugar; vj County Collectors Sale she immediately began, to regain her strength,S er barrel, fretbly, put u|> jn. eiecU iyi,

Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine WILL be sold on the 1st Monday of April her complaints left her, and after taking several dipping conditition.A .

wib exunined ; 1849, between the hours ot lu bottles she is restored. Being m i singular 1.80, EJtEOTYPE PLA STER ftiV?

! t '0 CiItOhtyetheji. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and (Champagne and 2 o'clock, the following lot or parcel of case thought it migfit do good to publish it- z.nd LAND PLANTER &9 Gt&i'e &urdLd} :

3 neegrej and be prewired to pi o"ttYL Wine 1 a; .. Lund containing I(JO acres, or as much thereof She used, a number''; of renifdies thut dune.lien S Direct ordersto 'proprie/iurs mit. % ZJII

t ( c.ae.i inwniormity with the printed inbtruttiotis 5: Compicte Assoji11; preserves.r. 5c. "M*""linliiur will satisfy,.1I| the rind tax due, for the year 184o no good 'previously.' Yo.u.rSj respectfully, phij or v to JOHN ( AYENAUGU.NtZ T

.tdt: : forwarded each c1tiitjit.dT'i. Calicos, Uinghams MtLSljiS n3 charges. Haiti lands resituated JuIN ML1'.LEN,87 Norfolk-st. leans. FCQJULNS( &.C0
Bonnet I on the '
: .t HUGH AllUHER ILibIOIlS S an Liffeta Wakasassa. S. W. # section, : '
: .
&,1. J2 R. 16 _
'! : Agent United States Sheetiugs and said to belong to one Edmund S Oct.21-1848. .
: ; Treasury. Shirting, bleach'd and Sehriver. TO TIIlADIES S ;aa, ,
Octt. W 184S. ( unbleacJ; a non-resident of thte States 5- -
; :xri : nlJ Indi Linen Diaper GREAT FEMALE T
Bishops and Long Lawn known as the Devil's Hammock. MEDICINE '
Cambrics }
S Jaconet, Swis8and cross bar Muslins- The above lands will be DB. TOWNSEND'S SARSAPAUILLA is ,
: iud for Sale.e sold at the Court a sovereign
: Hosiery Hdkls '
Suspenders;, House of Levy county,-at the House ofMitfy and speedy cure for incipient consumption and S Avcio.R: ,
: ,
f r sale two tracts of Land icknigs.. Linen and *;otton V. Andrews : icoxjaj E. FSc StS
5- for Jrul the
; tue.ig '# ----e <>f which w.is purchased from Jno. Wine white anul brown Linen srTEJi1iiiy S
M Drill, for pants GEORGE H.TRESPER matter whether the result of inherent cause are* tLountatte.nde
D)1eI. situ-4te.lo.i Lake &c1 &c. &cUnzFitnlThsSjlk ,
: George nnd coushsts a nd e'spe.tuhIyiojcjteti' '
ot threu biindrcJ 1 Tax Assessor & Collector of Levy Co or Ciiuses. produced byAirregularityy illness or.accident. Jtq .' .
an hity acres, more or loss Gingham and November ,
Cotton, in steel lltb, 1848. 6mExecutors' SS ? S :
rJ pinrianl
h immoc with a iir 'e orun-'e and whale bone framesCV -SS ,
b Nothing be than its in S ''
i.E can ,
S more surprising .5
.e'other Ifrzrdrare' S S
I ; .' w.ispuiis.J! from Willi.uU 4 / ry-KnivesSci 4.
; Razors vigorating effects oh"th human frame.i> Person -.S.
(inMiaer tI1.&iel i i1&r tiu- above .Naihs, lhnge5 Bltn Knives ; Notice.qUiE ; :
;b' tract dtnhest. John Itirer. and consists oi Tea'lrtiys' > and k'orks, Spoons, : Subscribers, having been qualified as -iill weakness and lassitude, from, taking it S FACTOR :1)
at once become robust and full of ,under .
iwfthaa-lrai.,0.1 nny .cres, more orlesa.oakbe .Collins l I Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; of Executorj JAMESllELL of the last Will and Testament -' its influence. It immediately counteracts energy the 5', S : (:halstovs.m.C. 1
Carriage late
.':' lkc.dsov hn Is "ill offcrol for sale at t tIes, &c., &c.; Ililter haiDS: Pots, Ket. deceased, Notice is hereby, given to alj persons county nervelessneis of the "female frame f which is the" RFE2ZCtS.-F. OJauJcn'EI4ii J4onvileE.tGovCJi.

Pubuc Auction the A few Rifles ba>ing demand great cause of- barrenness _j OI al1'
at Court lloa-jo nt J.icksonoa -low priced-Powder against the estate of the de
'vilk,. the kojanj A Flasks ceased to them Itrwill npti be expected f us, in cAges of"sa'delicate :s.5S.caIIotl55S
Mun-tty tn.Mtrch Gooa.Assorlmeiu.of present without
A. \) Crockery and Tm.Warei delay to the a nature to exhibit certificates of
< cures
1P.4 TIIOS. J. JOSES: hoots y 1S/lies-Meffs, Women's &4eat or. their authorized
': '! .J..': U IJ$0t8.111d Shoes andS ( "aren'< agent James GJ Del at performed, but*we cau tusur th iifiiicted thai; iy4l9I848. :2 ,
I"j. b. AM1Is of all kiiida. ,- Newnaosvi East
hundreds S
A4: Jacksonnire, ov. llth, 1S4S. 4m A variety of Fancy Articles Honda, wuhifl he Umeprescribedb> liw. caseshavebeenrrpoted.tou& vt > -:-- "f
Pcrfume.y or DR. '
dis- ZCUP14II4'O.
1zt" cities, &c. tins nopce will be plea4 ,baro their greatly M
re. uiui
S trssel weakness
by general ,
' debility and
.aI. I d 1 OUmALS, &c.-I.Lr.tschi1o: Curacao, JtcksonvilleApril 15,1948.; -. \y covery.;notice t k"Aul sdffering coutiruaHIhyappiund.'Witkothet : t !
i h
j'- ib Bthej Lemon Syrup; llaisius, Cit' : :: :A few : hereby given Vll'StfW difficnltif8and: having known cases where' Fl ;
ron, Currants ; Preserved GU.\S. single and double: barrel egatees, and pewona.. entitH-io #strJbutioJ your. Coubly, ? 'deceasedUI coaelforwiWrufowlfelfraflieaiatCt' '
'I n.ml Rbater Ginger; Fresh Sal of superior quality, for sale by that theu claims!ill b barje iiljs hibit d : aTinenr ?Ao 'oil / recjj
Nirdineaj'oiivejj Ca- Dec. 9. 'tf .i witlilmi "hf harlng OAOSlITh whateerhaviu1grd um ndi 11ttEaIe
.A. tmdy !
Ir1Mtfm?; REED. he Ei yeS
i: TONDONpojtEuAND.bcuTCa. :tors or theirauthoi4 ugQflt. .dscribedr. --n ay w iv .j uM xin tte'viU, Y.emltp''5 henit ? I

'. Poriateb A14} S (Signed) 'Js ft ofSarslpnill4 and followed rrtt I
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