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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 24, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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tnti eandiiltiea SiiMAroha.for olhce.On !<> OtTSotkt intend to question herennd.tha. | %io, |bat i Kth ventsmy wvn ivote 1 if'itfstands-alone: the1tntnl1oiIe or gen ing them to th 'Stat t-r
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,quire to Debtor* and Creditor*, I : 7. 00; ofTexas will quesiipn .elsewhere fence.I (II f iale.IV.f 1'tV ho V &jection 1 sir, utnd shall .br recorderf rri"tesirnony. of'thecpndemnat OfflW ltf- v wutto the. p'IItW I

for i.eueii AdmnUiraUon; 1.a"1A11 5 00 3 think, propeily.Tra.jurisdiqtJon.Uby' ma e rone. now, o, tte enunciation byorNeYarWoftiy !ion -wilh ,whichj>Ftprrita7 Jjw Binee I hat n rote to you. the $sfTalritoMh i
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.i.t1. her.bouno'nry; to take jurisdiction qf.aqneakiooiair4 \\fhich shfr rmay i pleaae___. :to*5i brofmulfff* brreQluign9r'9th here, rriarksitlic conduct.of New-York Wft bltytL BO goVerntrient c imntiyiswhdrdComhftI 'here f U'oChi, eitht*IfsiiU citUmilitsry'sndthe 'o

jrAl Amis&e piulI ommunLesdots. will .which Js i M quesljon.o"%! j5e lII19.y iD 1pnedi'n..i F 4 !? I g' tT >oslho6kibg outi- .
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veeignty ilf. tt .JQ? i?;! !eM ci ilfrjfiSatt iqqq u d, 'J Jf !ther tUKrM'}the gesMurntd robberlft are of daily;aa3 .
TQ [bill*for**rrintlnjr. mail be paM on thJ > conceded to the respect ieJpjjjfjllaturf. Iexs for the in the 4dirtr WrfJ'SeriitBf Tfhmsirlra 1! tmrirf'rfA .*f.i*ni'W'/i .h i ?wM-. --' I
of Of lf' New tfiisiJo.rJlif%% hen thVSouth ?SBnt'FI6rida had rtartctar* rroi the nbrtbj aoutbbi tb1np'i
rrH th. wn New! Yorktshe may fixeto.tm4a. acre UK '*' /j wi">' "t"JiJilrn5iifij fiji intt-iini .- 1 4' -' jdi
ITT A\l r.nmmQfliCfl munt hr addrefied ..toACOCITCS net of Texas-.-she may fia lhfm:where, Has? 40Terifsih irfe ropbrtibn1 if any reference.to,nhy combination here, yuMmy but' ....tEts1thcOmmUrijt3.... 'gti tf' WIthln.st new att ot -

C. fi.l.l.KTT vIlt4zqe p4id.j she clioosesand utterly destroy .our*PVIereignty. rive to oneotTrbldiec4e wini ttieseTerq! k-e1eher ;' ''hostile I thev-TJnibnror; weekilhoffcitha'n'twentytonrdrrs"hate xsuuu>ucvj. : occur*

I Kc of tbe United Stiles, .. : ritqries,;and f the. Npf Uii i ve Oajrefldy, 1*' vi'4JU*' >!i r-'l !merely' ?his jfrMM red in a white population of ICTS than 15,000 .

a Sc ; JANUARY 22/f, 1849. The-territory, sir, w.hich they .clairi), near five to ,one o{. miners.o, gather its ti M r. VvLa.d I- will aniwer the tIIC5d souls.The fence ahd four people or1 Hire five tow acting 'in self-de

I for the United States -the territory ijoldeu treasures, New"York: may, if .... ; dIy since,'threeneii
Texas. The were hung1 law
Exttrtio* of Slavery.-Boundary tf -?-, ? -r .w..> by Lynch siitji miles frooTthil
which of without slip pleases, 'C nIP fbrwaW with doctrines .ii T f j-tvu
they summarily dispose dvas.based 1ace. It ia of the last
opinion..I importance that
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Mr. Diz presented the. following resolutions expres_ upon a < 4
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passed by the General Assembly any knowledge in referenre ,ta thi, I 'by which also<''lo>'mondpolire knowledge of, events/daily' transpiringand condition oft aljfo'rniA'ehotild be'Jm-

of, the State of New York .- fact* -has caused the State of Texasa; or the North nil the political benefits .Upon,the:existence of a combinationamong' pressed upon tboseItpoWer'.toappl Waabingt6twh&hare the
Tbe'
; it has cAused usila, of the acquisition- but-it sMrDICKINSONinterposing..r a'reiriedyr pleareno*
ten years'
I Mvhich were reid : war ; ; the Northern States hostile to preparing'to organite. a provisional government: I '
Whereat the people' of the State of lossof hundredsof kive'urbravatis t ; Areards theperinttnenc&br. this Union. Ves, *. *i 1* fbatshoQiac-bnirtrt
r valuable citizens. Her title .totit ha the .number of the > '- give ns a territorial
flew Mexico have petitioned Congress ; niensenf by' siTj it is my) opWon lhat the. Union ia orga'nuHtion thepreseSt
r the establishment of a territorial bean established ; nnd j I. am prepare, ,.irTerent States, 1 think .it my duty toiny tot terinr to > its; basevunderithe/blows session, it.will supersede the popular local di'igitnitution

for which fchall protect them here, if Conirr!'s.sJsliil! | say. they huv that the soldiers went asm favor toliemselrcs of Northern 'fanaticismv 'aperessidn; into effect no before w'taking the'ensulng placr-but 8umin whlcicaniotgo fl.felThi

government sgxiust the institution of domestic sla- jurisdiction as to what, is her boMndary, and that NeW 'York ruised and injustice. 'Sir,", wheh; the; North United States T Te&u 7laws'arernow''fnTorei| I

while they remain a Territory of to make it manifestand clear that tji i i number of regiments that were not cpmes! here witlv_, attempts'.tp' her here; and will yield atfincohie fBHy &LOOO4
wry Rio Grande i is her iliowed to ,. I the eniuingyear and perbiipamere andfoUri
the UnuteJ Situes, and have also petilioned botin.aryttoanyria- go. : Ilr. -A accidental.power so to control the legislation fifths of this 'jl
Congress for protection against prejudiced maui who is disposed.'loii \ YULEK. The poiit.is| jmmaten.il of the Union, ns to reduce a large Much dissatisfaction amonnt will exist be sat collected thfs port*
the.-payment of
die unfounded claims of the State of justice and equity in relation; to ope q.thi -trie fact is fuffitMeiiily/notorious rjortton of' the States of t ?'lTnion'tpa such a tax on the part of thfe inhabitants'flai .

texi to i larpr portion of their terri States of this Union. ,1 am prepared hat while the South contributed'' Condition of inequality, and !in eflect to out either a'government; or aTrepresentatiba ,

I lying east of the Rio (ramie nndwhereasMt sir at any and.at all times:, to d;* Mian her due quota to the acquisition the degraded statti of provinces .and This*feeling' guiniag 4 groahdTrora di'tda, ;
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1, would be unjust to the people thin; and I did hope that the re peciable. >f the Territory : ihe North is hastily subjects, they1 can not but knOw, -iione Iwroteyott a verylong semiofficial-' i

ofNevv Mexico mid California, and re- State of New York, actuated b\ hrowing into the 'coun.try more thai who duly-appreciate the dignity offrte- some time since,(September)going'at lengta )

toltiujr to tue spirit of the ageyto any motives which may have actuate .ier due quota to dig the gold and l dom' "", nml' .the' i imnulses'of ireemen,.can into the history thc'gold mlnen.1 ll trust thai I
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domestic slavery an institution permit her, would have been willing, even, it., : ag the fruits of 'mhe 'conquest and otherwisihun know,.lfthUriioi >!< you have recetred that cominunicatipn aa it ad* j
the grasp jurisdiction which they are these renoliitions show that she looks endangered.-> And when the fact is companied. other official papers,'all of.which,Iam .
from which they are now free-to be introduced inforiaeflli'VerV
so mixi.ius to assume, to have left tht resides to securinir'the: whole/political known tfrbe stated ; Wmctlyf"feenffrom5i&atlin '1
c cI among them ; and whereas, as, by the iSenritor to-Vera: Crus about six:we'efcJ slfeeei1'I' havf
finre the acquisition of New Mexico by boundary of Texas to the jurisdiction advantage of the acqu aUjont by muk? from N
tie United State, the people thereof which was acknowledged. What right, uig; Free States only. All tbee purposes of ;the eign.f.States of f th JUnjon stated in that letter bus beeo'tno'rethan realized
I sir, has the State of New York, or hei and .the doctrines by which she have'Combined together as indicated up to this date The gold minei continue to be :
hare a right to expect the protection of by its richiabefore the '
although rainy season'hai
the general government, and should be legislators, whatever may be her put would compass them, she iriay1 indulge? their lesolutions to enforce. measure* caused many'to eujpend"their*work tnThertc 4

I seruied iu Inc full possession and enjoyment poses-whatright hasshehtodetermiul. and promulge" bite: and elsewhere; which in the 'opinionW the're tof'trie} n be no doubt bn't'that at"least W,000,000 "
what is the of Texas I None when and how she with all gold, fat 518 per5ounce
I of their territory ; therefore, boundary pleases, Southern State is/rought..wit tj apgresr troy;:!has been takenfirc6
upon the face of the earth-none sir !- my heart. .Iuthenahe. .comes here, sion and injury, and destructive of their the mines.1 The most nccurtte esticwtes/r'sift/ 4
&jrerf, (if the Assembly concur,) That our able to make* show'that :$15oO.Ooo1abh;
The ,claim of Texas to the boundary oi 'tfing.her privilege a confederate to constitutional
Semtots ia Congress be instructed,and our re- ill'i'LLJ- "' equality the >Un on, sent from''the"country.. and Sl'.OQO.OOtf of aa* ..
prtffutntiven ia Congress be requested, to use the Rio Grande rests upon as solid a be heard here, as ,weans ol publishing there cannot fail tb :'exist-the 'rribstVerU gone froin'thw port. One VesseF t6o4GO, eeJ '

ibrir best efforts to procure tbe passage of laws foundation, upon at cUar and direct1 I a gross arid umitbh < insult to her oils caiise Tor alarm 'i t'iT 'all r fleeng Two-thirds all that haa been' 'ess ii

tfTihe sUb1ishtnent of goterntiients for the principles, ns the claim of New Yoik associate States, :the deserves rebuke minds. Does ,the ..Senator from Connecticut gone to foreign countries' and'consequently"R> -

irrriiorj( acquired bythe late treaty of peace itself Aer boundary; and it i ia a claim, and forfeits her title to .rerpecU -Sir] believe that this"Union can exist foreign mint t ** 1 "i nI -:
ifth Mexico; and Jthat by such hws inrolunta am. deaf sir iirgreiit haste; yburs'traiy.r
ry territu'le, except for crime, bt excluded j sir, which will never be surrendered.- it isto the,offensive epithets vub wbich; independent ofl.bec.ompromieLoftheconstitutionan4 J: L.FOLS0jt* .
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from *uch Territories. Texas may not hate the power to main- an institution of my State is characterized after ,the principles Ocue-i:1 JTr' -.t -- --

Resolved, (if the Assembly concur.) Th: t the tail her boundary. She did upon one I object. It is the use of language of equfility.and justice have ceased Wuhi gtn3 jD/C: I' :

territory lyinj; between the Nurces aud Rio occasion risk her all to maintain, and which as between individuals would to be observed in the legislation here \ V I 1.Yi
(irnmle, und that poriiim of M xjco
ivw lying
eiist of the Rio Grander are the common proper her people know that it is her righther ,-- not be tolerated, that 1 protest'aginst. If he does believe it? he does very great series MsMETT3 of,reBolutions. SL.AYZ1T have been, flE3CLVIoz4..i4,introduced I

ty of the United Statci; und that our senators people know that it !belongs to them, and condemn.. The ; States pf the, injustice to his''.Nev1Eflg1and '.(origin, tht .Maaiiichasetpi.. Hou.se/.Qf/ KepresentUiyes, intq !

in Cotigreiw bi ioitructed, and our represin- that it has cost her blood, end they, will South think properr they .think ill.no.t, and altogether 'forgets.that spirit Vof which i..hivebeeu1r ferreU.t.th -Cnmmfttee, 3a, ,

t mirtt d tiforts in Congress be requested, to ue their surrender it with their existence as a inconsistent with humanity, and with a liberty, and that sense of the true.disrnity the, Judiciary pronouncing.)?};thcr atteppt by .
to the
WIf< ; >j>rHnJ, preserve protect it same iroin as the such uutbun-comjx sovereign State of this Union. grit policy, to permit'and to maintain of man, whieh'the' Pilgrim ancestors the.Southern herein ttiUes.Orjtuy,.t ; portion of ih thenv Tj'ny. 4 '.
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parties establish > j
I desire within their boundaries social institution of'the Senator who landed { (<4tioi>
::1:1 j.Mnjso/ the State Texus, *n i prohibitc Mr. YULEE. Mr. President, a at Plymouth .' :
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Cuuiicn oldouietfticiverj.: course I shall pursue on the motion of their estimnlion to their dignity and Yes, sir, it is ,because HI teen .(not six 4Jsoquet.their.It epreaent.uires, and instruct .
Fiohtd. ii
Mtuct ofprironi( the Assembly for he concur confinement) That and the the honorable Senator frUlip f '1 exav. ... growthand to the prosperity, and; teen-a* stated by the'Sehator-fromv.Nv' ti their i& enafpnkini Congress|!Qrj se eerLe;, -*ibtotw
shall the motion wealth!of she Union- ..and1wea Y of the1 ifederaie States of cpnsifi'fnt Iwubj .fidejity/to tltsipaio;..foitai
3rt fur the sale of stares, at the seat of the vote against print. I -a prosperity ; ). thiV.rt' .
auion.nl government, it viewed bj this legislature 1 am aware, sir, that it has' been a th.the'rich avails of; which:haie::21., union> 1:have!'' corqbined' :' in.cojnspirapya e '*I '' n pxt *tn -;-"\:' fthe CcuiUaiCt natitut'4 II4 attbeztenszon

rith deep regret and mortifiettion; and usual mark of respect manifested by ready fallen, in undue share, into the gainst the: just rrights ofxtlpre tvthatl j N.-w .PtLOt "*/1zt1inarkbIesg* 0'words ,4 :
iiutiueh abolished.Rtith&l prisons. aad marts ought forthwith tobf he Senate towards .he States of this lap of the 'North And sir, while .it i is believe the Union-to be irr danger wertaTe.abo.TeJtalicijed; itmbrHce ;thli .s
Union and the resolu their the continuance It is i because he South1 weak identical proposition on, which the ISouth T 1 s '
(if the Assembly concur,) That our to receive print pleasure to permit i ; in political : denj.thepower. of fCongre.8s4to..ej5cla4 '
(tutor in be itstructed and lions their Legislatures of that institution they will not-bear as a of the'.Un'ion1 hu' > *
Congress our reprtMLtatiref passed by power part : &1a very.from.. thtnew: territories., i.Hawfdc&
in Congress be reqursttnl, to use md perhaps there may not be a single I that their sister States of the North, ever strong shemay .be'. in revolution, opposite infert nce3can; ,driiwji'froxn,the same
tkrir ttreiiiious efforts to procure the passage instance in which motion to print resolutions while stil holding' political association to resist aggression everv hazzard premises is.,* .matter.of logicalpa'riodtjr,> t'
eft Uw that shall protect laves from unjust from the shall dare to come this Hall)) audto should like to.see,the resisoning by lich thVf
imp sonmentMnd,. shall effectually! put unbend emanating one ol sovereign I into to every extremity, tztusbienforcedby denial of the right caitncdbytheoub.c.ytkeir ;
it Uie sluTe tridc iu the District of Colutabia.&t States of this Union, has been publish, under cover of the usual forms the vconsia'rtt'afVd alnrmirig' agg'jpssions alive property.into the temtorr'ofthe .

,Jrtd (if the Assembly concur,) That the refused 1 shall feel myself constrain of roreeding here,*- language of an:offensive of tfie Norffi,' j gather.themselves Union,.is inv4.lidtedby being Tjolatioa

crcruur be requested to forward copies of the ed, however, to cast my vote again and cohtumileous character- here in counsel as to themeans of-arieslinti pf. the compromises "ofjtbe "Constituionj.....

ud forrgoing representatives resolutions in Congress.to each of our senators the motion upon this occasion, for the There is srtother:reason, sir, why I the encroa hments'of'their North.em i izcaoAs. ve.Viv:. p I .., E 2'

Bj order of the Senate: reason that) these resolutions contain deemed. it. my duty ,to make an issue allies-allies -nd longer fwhehrthe' 4- I I 4

A. H. CALHOUN, Clerk of Seriate.In upon their face an- insult to fifteen of upon this point.* Although it maybe powers of the Constitution shallbe .4 employed i field Capt.(Mass. Bpria*

Aisu.r, Jan. C, 18-4!. the soveieign States of this Union. the1 first time thnt objection has been in the degradation of fany .part- ttgCy'Mastfn and 8.-vrauel Shaw gayssthat;while a on few a hoT days

&&*t{ffc molutions.Bj .Thit the. Assembly do concur in the They are insMlting*, not i/i itifereiice,on- rntde to the printing resolutions front those who were originally associated ing'excursion, discovered ave in the work*> .I

order: I but in the very language employed. n iJtate of the Union it )is also the first; in'goodtaith., and- brothCIi. od. Sir'no pn-/'Snake HilVhtovfiieb'-they found festal** '

PHILANDER B. PRINDLE, CftkMr The preamble to the resolution declares time that,the,attempt hap been made. one more.anxiouly4esies' /that** '; the.' 1 been bottled;ifritteri,containing'by/Captiin.Kfddv a letter purporting'the *katgf jj

D. mored t.itt the resolution bt that /it would be unjust ihe people introduce language,of Jn uU intosuch aro1thio. portentous cloud which has been hovfr to.some of his inferior officers,notoribtpirato *and Inj ,
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1 id upon the table. 'of New Mexico! and t'aliforriia'and re- And when we consider.the n g over our political horizon m y6ats forming them --someiargeld.poait3g .

Mr.'Ruit appealed to the senator 'volting to the spirit ..ohCgeW- present(tate pf;, political,questions; in away.. No orte'tnoreideeply'thari mvself (Vfealth were made, and entreating themto'poV

[ram New York to withdraw his motion 'mil domestic slavery, an institution tiie.country-when It must be .obvious 'will- At-.!deprecate?, ,ther; ,:necessity ft rfl ,,for' *aW ,If*; iess him themselresref from-some difficnlty that;treasure which ,thi and.letter; ettrieata .

iaordtr.thathe might make. a .few.retawks. from which they art now free, to be in- to. every obserynnt/patiiot that the rsprli it nieasure rf outside t pfyhe.Jkpps .. resents him to haVe been fa.. :* H T rr I >j ji
'troducedaniongthemY'''' It is declared Union is tottering i upon its bawrrflt titution,' for the red ess of injtiries.But .-*- 4 lae letter:bears marks ro 1 great-aatioaltTt* 3:

Mr.Dixdid no*, see any necessity to be revoltihgTo'thespiriioftlrtage' o' such alin eaalljiisvbejionduc4. f New for onej I ;airi tir> red't&sayrthwJ and>some of the shrewdest men of the'VidniW'haregonein t, .

itbdrxing his motion. It was usual admit an institution, which exists i legally York ,in.coming >er ?.- anwjden the and dsstictIv* that t;LplaC&Libe1tybe ::t 'if pursuit'of If! the burietl. treuor*:) t ';- 4

!recekerelutjon. passed by the leg"Jiturei in fifteen of( the associated States breach .sectional feeling, and enhance fore.Unionand( that*, Lvau; ; Union .- A It- ': '1 p.&cczntSoneweeb .

I of the various 2>'uite9 and lay of this Union. Now, without making thV dangers that threat en.our Union, and thWConstitutioa n under*which'.'it UzUette, blisbeda ago; jwys the Eat ii dROuae
eothth
I them> on the table, without debate, and the comment which my feelings would by the unnecfc jry USA'.of irritating existR, only'D f itcoiisits,zwitk ti' i2r anintetlgenv p i 19 .: .- t 1 1't1'subJdt

he could see: no reason fom difierentogne induce upon this high indignity and inujt -. and injurious language, deserves, a the. Rghts and c Iibeti I .. 1 of h PeipIe f t 1in'

upon ih* present occailon. offered by the State>f tyw York prompt,rebuke from thjs body nod from : thtwh4i I associaed,1andthe.happiness tti tbb k

Rusznewedbjs shall the Jt i is due to iheidignUyofjthe.States anddestiuieiofniankindl .. I
; appeal, expre- to her Southern,associates, con country b : i

4g hisgargiest de ire to nuke H word tent myself by testify ing my own sense convened here, and; to the do believe" the Union""- tu be-in' -danger_ _, r hae? "!*.',doubt will!!b'Yr? ?% 1Juriou, en new, !
with reference to one branch of that indignity by refusing to extend safety:of pur political union;> jto mark. indTthal- ; dang iia1Ia'vuited. br (' crop: ;Ab6ot : ii

I resolutions. to New York the ordinary courtesy of this firU violation proper: refpecu'rithe.iiniercpurse ? sch.b1o, .,,, fMftfti l.nti.fi j? .Jn!todU nedj>a'redc6atfn t) ; neWr| funning flS S\i& 'a 3 i
rtv e:
States with has 1attitsbardiony aeb1pg *tar E*
TbeYzcpRuIDjNT. ofM theni .ye ,
Dais Uieien printing the. .,rekblulions pasied byji rLegislaturc jha*Beea'nafded'and' ''tome
t tot from and .disa I believe that vrheh os in this'instance,' :
New York withdraw his mo-. prompt t indignant I pprOvaI.-- Sems orhiaveldsffillVT ft K.lSffilW '
M is.Dx.I The attempt to introduce into iho .usual :to1 thV attemptHoiviblat. rehf Bright.1t.J45 jTh1Idt iLA4"L
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After tome remarks by' -!Ps ft.fW / I. I :' :*
replied-m1 I' A '.1 ri ". { i. '' under the constitution.. is added..in5uttI .i J. -
thenegtive.M1 .'' 1" .rc" ib 1
Mr.ty.q'
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ENAT OR., You can make a rnoJ UicriNMN, FOOTI: and epflbet an4,,1apguge &j Agr! nnd .1nvectIve- ,+, >pfrt6pprpbiui7i! eaS : Ion
Hf Yn I
J on to prim, and that obtain the !Ilge cdntiHed s 9l iits4, and contumely,-.-the dangeris, terifol4increasedHJ the 9th uU. inotrocJS
upon '' > ">" :' :r- H fjt ij ; I [ ,adopted a resolu'tion J t
,. Jyown.judgmefl1iefl1L1fl1h11CUhe,. fllI4 deve/y : ; 1 rulv am Pf painedsiliarH thc1JudiciafCth1tUiTofbJ ,Jfttotal jf ,
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1t' Rt' 'I will make that motion' my feelings,' must'govern my/coure.- .CKeumstaneea. *" i <-1 T. I ha. eiborneu; eM arijsin fexp'edtoi I ;j ji
k1I.DLX: : .1 will rriove, Idr. I'rcs 1 1 he1 judgment Vhdfrtlirifea'fof oiher only mea tng4p) : ouruhjtJtoryi.whence eojitmu.ance.pTthe i1tflwi of that

: CIpriiie4 ( win?orcurse, Il'J termme fi>if-> .1'*thfAaQtip9* in. i *:uf qjy hitfcft) cpsa Union becomes.a question:involved dndtbatounatidwlffl-tnayabastf& AbthatpUasare l

t Die of theSenijte. other,gentIemen.:? Jo ; repel !on ostill: tOO 1R'S) rngj ; i rjfg9gci 'tsu1tof t_ Jzi: '* getia1Irpendingme$1 sJw Th*mttvef f th Hso ltietf wYMr. :

The'question bting then taken upon with becoming ppi titisihe rule every uvl.t4j9.l 9Yth 1 *k'.ittf ETitij.Ti-n-n'of H r I-M-I-try'tt mtjt&jf.. v'-'Ti-i-rmiTrr-tnit-snt tfljJwo.N ,

OtOp .to lay on.. the table iti I jent1tt7W rVe PTtIpp '(9JII i ftluate4i-tjgv ( I mvii ttit;vL.j> 'Ptd1t : ', '4'ru1eoctioEi .Abolitionist. California--fThe SuffplktfoW4lft i !& \ >SiaiWWKe* r S i; ;
!ih St1h'd !An1'stldrsw-fa'as1'been"-IjW- CKaSeW
'ILeqUMiO I tWtJ>BAhFnfprtned .
I. recvninguponte m : : M 1 NKheli'and blhkrtto--th peopTe f KcitWT 7urg&fc
'GDrintt State 'We aeieresth3 emin' tb! 'in Bo8tonfunil5r.th?presidency that lJ&i&ffltl&&*>$mr&WiFf1 $
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-.d. Re.owI-'That the Hon .David f
iciwtttilj Demlfe fr&m Callr :
t -' 2irulf did the said is.
;Fr.ui CaU.raa bUAkftRfl*N ui iinfgp%
.4 2 ?tt p1COfl. .L5dt fT
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: ctly faithfully -
We receded the foil rpp5ent
4.t7iCC [. r9ris&OS-DCJffiC 1L,,
a night's western naail. he ejvclope bears d w"Louisville IFthe feeling f nd sentiments ofpe tiUS8enafrtOhkI
!- .. lcc asdbzudant l42flY&44't ..
i. ; .t42ik; FcbM. Tfc elntlosed leulr is af- Te-ofTloriaaf
: 'f* Grii.h rnie dressed to "Washinjjton"Union," (politeness of :
Re.toted desire
. *- srrr $ 4th. 'lat| w? re -
1 thewrit&i name
11Eraitl tt1411Thbune ,
:. Thek)1k pp S _
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;. : ;M copious hems ofValifonna' news, brought, ''mth/the sample remark that "the name of H. "pectfulty btif lirmly" TtcT 'enquiter 6rtheHon. reskra ththeJiidg
z. :t VMr* Hubert -\thertonv who arrived'In that' Patrick could not be found in the Adjutant James D. Wescott andthe Hon. b*political J.L

city onMomliy wSrntns,fating UTt Satr Franpn .General's Office on any' roll of the troops the"nape in _____.._- :;.._-_-._- ___..._- IU 2 tS49 4pcabeJastntemUheiAddresnd were to occupy Mr.Allen'. seat he w l 'WiharroMr
the lOrti f December; mfd riatojthetfr .-'nif
csco Wto Nb
st & uit thc ctfMeco- be found on the rolhPTet to*e*ojftUauj $-' '!* It **<;Tir'9* i s? the whiff partv woufa"l wnfe&ii
New'4'ork tlce >e
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:i : !. copyrtic following. from'the. Ne1kTri., t 'c
5ii tner n1brra i6rrYomkOffieep Usitihiwheb the do'they-hnve jIes;
0Uaving
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fr.Xtherton LaSTC4hIe4 fr tciijeas n the Erak's Te can 8arcelybelieYet1DWCYer, thought proper to withhold frt&m the kId:

*)-.j, rfnl uvh-'at/ Francisco. "Heleft thjc ,Is iquiznd fI genuilne, letter. | marIaotMc. VULK uponahe-motion Address the sarictiori'of thtirnnmVrt hd t:1 l3fl. L-: -1 tlV..
Francisco onAhVlOth of Dt-cember iitid tdal tJ e passage JMU be made '1 'Frvi Ihe'ChrTeitii3JjTjt
; the resolutions ofotheLegislature
V.S
to print
i/i1dur
oninion weak r'.i.i
;ft. ; j.-k4! to Gua.j.r' flbin 'To nterey bythb Arkansas route. This thereby, reatly A t'.w $ rrrta &lVnl-ft I to V.p
; ; ., xaru Mexico and-Vora"Cruz. The passage letter 'ugg ts an a'dViceV whlcffwe tate!tBeHberryJ of'Ncw Y&t! ',were1 iricorrectly fe etied'arid msiab1yfdestrothebeiws -" IE New* .fttjrMv Ma3fo: 1 (.****' ."Hdiuijj'it w-Tcjf*,

R,_ Irani &vn Francisco to.-Maxatlau occupiedrteniay c f offering to emigrant ,'Yi*: Taassociatelyourself ported By the VVa hington papers, we ; 1' effect which' united action on>4h We have ,ieceneu.. .tz irumsentiIt .t ...
< V Oie vesel touching only at one port. From witia band of companions?mwhpm.you **' "" and"r">l obtained 11 froro- *{ i ihav&.Tequested.froin port of the* Sduthefn Repre'sentativetir ; :

Mnzatlan to Mexico ,the journey was.made ouJiombackJn 1AV c grcat cpufidence tp.rganizp -i t* *" *
.p Mr has it have captain of w io can,dir- was calculated to pr duce. "MB* ; dabhlshldg ,
two days. Atherton. no? so jis to energy that corrected iwhicjiwe'
:.: xttinplished the whole of the long awl arduous eel thS operftttoM ani onesltreststirer.to take gentleman a copy, : 5th. Resolved, ;That, while wje>yieldto Interior Government, or a Home' Department, kt.pal

V*_,. tip: with remarkable despatch, .haying been charge b the !treaure-i4' 'qtraftermastcr; td give to ''our readers up6n our first hone in our devoted attachment (to New Secretary, the..gentral. ,..SJJJ5*

3ftrt"1 uly 61 days upon the route, the. cost* of the take care of ond provide iapplies-r-a doctor furthehealthnn44min pag ; ItwflP "th fljthat thLittiur the Union of these Stales', we feel it.due PatentjOfSce, of Indian An tup SS tcg
San Francisco to York has"been43't feme that what isccl.lected
-fl whole from ;
; /-i' about STOO. : is go d. .... -. .I ,?' shotd to thV importance of*the subject; ahd Census Officers, oftbl EiecntiSiItoSSfttfth it
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': -The gold..region .is";now understood Jo embrace ft: l -MstEaFsNoYcmber2t,47.s.As1rStockw ; '; : have! rsqidemeaijed! Itiei, afld1 lessened, solemnity oPthe; occasion,"tq declare < United Sfatw; bfth b tj'
r a territory,of a thousand miles length llIuI iis' eonipaiiybf eight ) thats that union can be preserved dnlybyjn ;
4 ndjhree h ndre l tin width. 3The gold i&disIributcd. try 'the;seW iaute south, down therArkansas ;its dignity-Busing language .of<:such. ':rigidr adherence ith'e'principleuporfywhlch the District United of Columbia Sze &a thb Pen I)
&c. -
yr, : : over, this vast extent, though by, no river this perhaps will reach you,at(*| late insolence ftnd i intemperance concerning ,
it Thnsfrotaihreda
based tonvitrPerx
; and
.; ;, nieans equally-.pom patib&ug9f surpassing date as any news from diggings. ,1 want to was ? p tctesii>f;
:; t richness, while others.are ooiuparatively bar- i inform yoo)and through 'yptt*my3 friendthatwe tne'instit'titions of apo'werful sectibnof feet1 Equality "anioug 'thcj member of- partmenta of FederalG9Tenm ,iSJ aIT

:(*X': ft. lie,! of the preciou* metal. $\m\\i\ can be fixJp. have no respect here fqrlaworlionor- all the Unjon,- but theji rendersjt* *apparent the Confederacy. *** *n* <* U' n, r- HWOTI the? whole ii ITI I
>who may find employ'fi'V' is gold; but not all thai glitters for w ,were all ijct ''Gih.'l&tplved 'That 'the-teiolutiont power, tendency orwhiem
; ? went,in extracting Jtor to the length at time in tvporfect rage disappointment the hispweekj- how untcrppulpus are the means and must .be, to extend and
:; % Iri h.Yankee unanimously 'passed at :the last -session'of c triul 'i thorit r 'tbedmfc
le.1'herc who.hnsjustar-
;; : fyp which pokl-digging may be profital occasioned by4in which; are now employed agiiast those the State. ..4 jj
;f c; i in room**ougU for all,who may desire to rived'with hischemical apparatus, and has demonstrated our State Legislature Iie

. o,: --. make their fortune, by this new sort of attractive 'to us all, who hadViipposedVe'lia*! iuitit tioiis. A firm and dignified ''po of the Wilmot Proviso, and other kin*' This IiV

L"' t'' industry, nud a sufficient quantity of the ouc fortunes that nearly, thi-ec-lttbs ,of our sition, like that taken by Mr. YULEE, dred measures, meet our;'hearty'approval. visedby exander Hamiltoii'a(*b1flet corjj
}I;. plittering dust.in the etmh to keep-busy hidefinitely. gold is but.a- worthless mineral, principally Federalwm,and it be.,be
: r iron, copper, and these.compounds.neverthe- Is; the only one %'hIc11., wjll retain .us -v c more than-once revived Jt, fQr;

,:.. JJut na we learn from Mr. Athcrton. the busi- less we' have gold greater quantities than it in the councils of the nation. ;7th. Resolved, That, in the:lartguage> waritwe mistake not, Ii
respect '
-4? Hf ; ncs* wf mining has nothing that is agreeable except is nsually found. An iadustrious man jean- and spirit of the closing resolutions iiitd f /e 'bjr'the'elecflofi'bPOenerif iffi!

,;;i the gold that it sometimes not always pro make from five to t.endoThrs a day by,washing o State Legislature nhd-"knowing son.It shows itself now.whtwthe saa ICI I
;I'." : v duces. in short, it requires the" hardest kind and pass the iuspcction of the assayist The, The Effect of flue Address. believes Uelf Again triumphan ,id' the i ile t1.

.:i of labor such as only strong constitutions and country is. filled with sicklies*, principally fevers hare several been .party namesbrpoliticaldivisions, on of Gen. Taylor. The pretext iatha tb.e'Izj12
Already
Tauscles indurated by toil can undertake with a from!exposure) bad food, and intemperate meetings quest invoking in"their'settlement IJepartmentaud* W the GeneiILhO *

.'4 .' ;t. prospect of success habits in the niiricd or plaeers, as here'called.- held in s'arioiparts of Soutlf Carolina ;and consequences, ourS chti racier,''property supervmondyw6ald and efflOyT1id I

: Yoking mea delica.tdy brought up, and more Every articleof necessity; is 'at pith cnormoas and Georgia totake, into consideration :and lives, weiare rendy heart and: >lx7 totheir.ineffieieney r -., .
counting-room but in of the greater ,:>>r to>relieTeth< of .
farnilar *ritk Uie.drivwirig-room, price, fulling consequence rm bfiw .vCkfArtfr
lawyer"aofficethan with the plough or sledgehammer portion of die mineral not proviji t be goW.- the action' which should be Jiadvupbn soul,, with a uhitrd front, to join Virgiriia"thc \ vff AAma.. Thesenattxs, "" **.

ifr t had better keep their imaginations There are many other vi1uablc1nnra1s in this (Jarolihas, and the oilier terijal, thun the a1Tmir of tfle .trumy,ci'I I.
the Address issued the Southern r
free from all tibions of placers, rivers floating region'aside from that of gold 1'would riot4 hd- by Southern Stole; in taking such measures ('AO.VI1I r. w-- .,j o j(

wUh gild dust, and big lumps of the real stuff vise those who'are. coming here, to raise their members of Congress. We also'learn for the 'defence of-our right? and' Thee anJ enly prrtexts, andUhi' real pa r lb
.t. :.; ; 4o be had fot the picking up. Gold is not to be hopes too high of fortunes quickly made, yet, bv pose of the bill i*tiebber tp-iwprore tliQAdjnia! ;"
, that the 17th insl. the of .
: of the ourselves and
-o on a meeting preservation '
4.s; 1 ;l procured in that way even ia California, bat prudence and caution, it may be done; but the those istratjonotthe Lub1ic Ltnd.norour elatieu*
yield itself only to strength and skill. Even suffering arid privation to do so will be death citizens of Gadsden, county in our, own whom hold dear, as the highest \vis-: 1th the,ludiaii rles. it i (
'r successful. MrAthertonKhcw ttf ina'riy adventurer not accustomed to rough doni of all partntcit lht'very sosil.! ,
these arc not always an may, whether through a' $ f ii %* eIj aun ujuyXXMiptitF6n'of
without of
State distinction
one company which went out from S.-in usage: We are" almost totally destitute in the party, was Southern Convention orotherwise/sug-' ( which sl/allbc"t trndtbfpo icr

,e Irincisco with ail the proper tools] machines way of provisions. The soil .of the valleys of held at Quincy for the same purpose. and devise." or the (iieml(JoverunfentoTer:tkerf fik1iuterests .
.. r b and accessaries, and whose members, after digging tLc Sacramento and San Joaquin is better adapted gest of the States,. It w to, be ajrsttu

P .:.h: zJ;. some time with better zeal than fortune, to grazing jhan anything else, its general This is the spirit which we are glad to Sth. Resolved, That these proceedings" ; meiit! of-I utern.il" A "iamruvt-uient>*aitd.. .I IlVtion. II
4i: camo back each with a .fica in his car, and not character being light and thin. Mechanics are see made manjfest. The position of be published in the Tallahassee, and < .-ti

a jot of g<)ld in his pocket sure to do well here-better than any other Southern institutions is other -papers of the State,' and that -attested The <)M "IlembiJratfe fhictl.Te.1SLtW
known
4 HowcY-cr. a man of the right sort, in respect class who may come. We Are full to overflow now to of the be Federal Gotermuent wwi sablihMitj, tg I
f? ; of health, strength and skill, may, with a fair now of speculators, but we have room enough all. It can no longer be hidden by party copies -same forwarded care of. the l>iui<;tt-j; ition ,i f jiM aw-, 4
'. 'hard work, obtain three mineral had all be by the Secretary to our Senators and their '
E: luck and and steady for all. If my proved to gold, }iitfrpal,4ffjiirabt'inj; reserved idw
.1. '. *.. -Ounces of gold on an average per day. It is 1 should have taken the new route to Uncle prejudice. The traitor STErIIEN&and his Representatives in t'oriijress. lyf :under heir'own controL There 1wu J 1I
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' 'ri. S pA not often found in lumps. Still Mr. Atherton Sam; but out of sixty thousand dollars in mineral few adherents have been crushed by the Which preamble and "resolutions' therefore. roperly" be no 1)ep21rtftVfltiV(1ek'

.'!i ,: .;: Lad noon one ZflkS weighing seven pounds,and I only got twenty-three thousand in mon. (iorcmm>dt\'ov r the Internal Atfiiwof U (
voice were *
of their nstibents
: v. a friend of his had; seen another weighing tweii- ey. 1 have u.ot time to give you a description indignant and unanimously-adopted.' ,. _. Union. -Dutfl> jw :
0 : ty-onc pounds. The number of perseus who of the cliinate.of country; but you will have thewho1 story isp1aintoZernost! ordinary n i -I s office1 edi..9nJu ,ti&a 4-
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!.'.:. .L, Jhad been to the mines when he left is estimated that from Mr. Stockwell on his arrival in Kentucky -- FloriitiaunTor i-alircrui*. ,, HJ itru1e e of hr zi ntnryit speIi1i lobe
;t at tea thou.iand.but there luulnot been more than where he is bound 'direct. The thermometer intellect. Our Soutliei estates- We understand that a company oC crowne1"- King. ny the(*r.ue of .oJ,f ireatt

j wo,thousand five hundred digging at nay one ranges from 45 to SO deg. extreuws. men have? done their duty to the people. six, cdnsisiingof'MeRsrs. Chas. Loring tlkItk 'in iniitenalin tonoTxtenfl1flgfls I-
lime. One man of his acquaintance black- Chilly winds are prevalent at all seasons of the :s of -.My JlJoVtf nuieii ', pyer'-' IJ1IO.ple4" .

faith, had got ten thousand dollars worth in year since my sojourn here. If the party succeed It. >is now': for' the' .people. to :do their" f"*duty Robert and.. Fred.v Houghton; Charles. Nothing could more distinctly,. hnhi

4r;:4i.i 'thrcfe weeks. A good many Indians had been this will reach you in sixty days from tothemselves, and, in primary- uieeU erpall' ,. Capt- South wrick' -and bill,mark.th1,progress of Uii ,. nowppa.reni1y
."ft:',.t : Employed as]laborers by the miners, but they date. *. .4' ,,- k dant.. ineitabIe..jo>grand..Cernnwqt p.p1jIated toys
(!1' : '. arc poor assistants. They do not work steadily i- Kepeclfully yours; &c. jugs, declare;what they are ready to adhere .uazey, sailed yesterday frprn qurs at-Wa liiogton- recle4out of the r .- (

::. and nevercan bo kept at it above a month H. PATRICK, Private, U.S. A to in defence of th irHberties.We neighboring city.of St. ins of'Stjile rights aiid State a.nlLoritj.Til I
.. et a.time,when they leave for San Francisct to Auguctineb6und spirit aggression 0n4 usurpation, is pr> dlj.xoariagop (
.. ; v lovt tUCir .rtiiz,5..i III 'liooIff-ltllJU. NON-IMPORTATION OF SLAVES SOUTH.-A New find in the SchtineJ the following' for California, by Chagresand 'Paharno, tljewffij* whilt-tU uce.Bteta
%f 0 Mr. Atherton brings with him the bills of lading Idea-It appears that there is in existence in of the proceedings of the heroic spirit of resistance cowering and Ju It
report meet in schooner
of gold to the value of S200.000, shipped Georgia a law forbidding the importation of a chartered by 'them' for ding ia.the brake. .- ,. a'v-fc

c:' ;. ;411 on English account on which he proposes to slaves into the State, with a view of selling ing at Quincy. VVeforbeai at present that purpose.. We. also; lear that a :___b__. -.. -; fl :
', ',.. t1fcct an insurance here. Mr. Atherton states them, and, though it life* all along remainedTi further comment than that from I
:.4. '?.. I flint the Lexington has on board $500,000 worth dead letter upon the statute book and been opeuly the mueh larger.company has
3.;:? b when Mr. Atherton left for the United States. journals of Georgia are now speaking'out committee ',t|je Trpt w C Wjw's'entj,yi tv the house ofle.
:': ; .:: ; -There was nothing doing at the mines when in favor of enforcing its provisions. A novel they seem to have been equnlly the next month from thesa'in place. pre8nLvbs- -' 'e '- Oil. ThuTs1IlQr.1 The 1,* i--"c
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,.'. ., ?,Athcrton left, owing to the rains, it being purpose actuates them in /doing, wliidt is selected from both political parlies. We perceive. by the fist number of J iVuimiry/ of 4 ft it'we>**-take. from',{he"PUi' *"'*, ..i the rainy season ; there w'us not much sickness clearly set forth in the following from the Au- ci;" >t: Ledger- -
;' .; .: fn diggings,no robberies and no dfcturbances. gustaGeo.)'Constitutionalist: the 'Flpridian, &:Journal" that the Cnl- %>' hi'resziljtsays that he IwVittuMd* IwhenTcillc

"We hope that every Southern State will At a Meeting of the people of'Gads- ifornia Association formed .in Tallahassee ;Ie'lton.e'v thewitsio"u. ) L I.

. 3'Th< cot of Jiving at San Francisco has been enact a similar provision. The law should totally den county, held without "fo furnish a dojjf1of the iusfrueiiuttJ to
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respectton
.r. of statements must be readiness to sail "from ouCuinwissjonersbecauC lie then deemeiitiucompntible
c .J'I .W tliesubject quite as cxagerattMl prohibit the introdueti .slaves into party, the 17th February 1849 Dr. 4:
-.. dome of those relating to the gold mines. Mr. the State for the purpose ,of settlement. 15y'this D. L. WHITE St. Marks to N Orleans about thV with the ublic.interests.r *, I.
1..j. Attterkm say that good board can be obtained means the necessity will operate iuimediufely > was called to the Chair, rile did riot think improperto nmkejialiEc

(:1.._. 4 '$. : thereat 310 per week, and provisions are plenty' on the border States of Virginial Mary and ARTHUR J. FORALIX appointed Sec. 5th of- the next month I.Correspondiice. ., ,..& ?uch .instructions jiutil ouie.Vme"5tliere lerbuf

c...; .f :at fair Trices. The population of the place land'and Kentucky of finding territory adapted retary. .? .- .$ ; *as ttT'wfts: powft ii i UwJ up<>u"fcf J"?"'' I
' I : & ; abcmt 1.000. Mr. A.himself came to N. York to.slave labor among our newly acquired On motion( tolling Baker Esq.. of t/eJJa1zim :Su.WASUIGTON. "" ;i inconaefrtiou'.with th |correspondence*not r,

ie pnrcVutEC goods, but finding that immense possessions. It would induce an emigration to it Feb: ter'mattersVppertaining io the' treatyict "*i
was
Y !.' quantities have already gone forward, will probably New Mexico, and perhaps to California, of $ The message from. theTresiderir, 'in nnswer deemed it proper, iComply with th.rtfttte
,.tr' not nuke very extensive purchases. slave owners with their slaves. This state of Resolved, That a committee of twelve to the inquiries of the House iu regard to*' the- The instructions. tabur Comnii ipners lrtrfj

?.4* .4 An extensive placer has beca discovered in things would gradually; of'at once, compel Ten- be appointed draft and .report'to the Mexican protocol,;was, reiWku'bljr.' forcible and tbit none ofthe mendmpnta'mUe"b] | ''tn 1w.';

, ;.'I. '( regon. an<< it was reported at Ban Francisco nessee-and .North Carolina follow suit. l>cnied meeting resolutions in accordance with to the point. It satisfied the House ocompletelVj -: ute could be mdiiifitHl.i .TliVy-iiiigJIit te'eiitojed

e:d4 e.;. ',_ that all'th*inhabitants of Oregon City had gone a. market in the more Southern slave the object of it. Vfiereupon --the following covered so entirely the national fa'itli linconf6rmitj.; ktt1&yatc1otthe icfeb'ry e
/. out to try their luck States, they would seek and insist un anout, let : and tue national! honor, that not n single irieiabcr jof State! t9T.tlKftleiicin MfnistttFbreiKn.AffairWout' et.'
: : American vessels touching at Mexican named persons were appointed :- i- is* ---i-W
. ; : ports for their surplus slave population; They would rose to move itg reference to a special committee -
4: -will !iave to pay tonnage duty, ringing of become strenuous and unflinching advocates of said committee : BoIling Baker, C. H. ,or to the commit tee on the judiciary, or In struetionawere c iiz41to $1ms,and

4I; P cnnrse, according to the size of the ship, from a participation with the free States in our Dupont, Hudson MuseTJi.Al.UiIchrist I ; fine, to committee on foreign relations.The .-; er; of Mr Buchauai 'lihV freaty a anjlMrf,

t. OO Sl,000., The Mexican(lovernment had territorial acquisitions. The whole South Arthur. Forman, Wmi INIunroe ILL message was simply laid on the table and, vas sutmuitted..'to he\)1xicn. Cigi'e? l'f,
mot yet given -orders for the admission of the would be interested in the success of the de-., ordered to be printed. So the"thonzitinh reL 4prove&I bj botmJioues ,
American mail teawei s free of this duty. inand.zThi. Keenan, A. Mclver, N Stewart, A. K. again brought forth hlnouse.vahd'a. ri
There was a great luck of warehouses at San policy, if adopted by all the slave Allison, Jonathan Robinson, and P. W. the fable.has iL- There \yeregentle-i ; 1'reiecta1iiadar5weremadS

.. ;: "Francisco.,aui chips would find difficulty ia.dis- States, would bo the best possible preliminary White, who retired, and reported the. men whoseJiHaginationvTas to exceediagly., on bohmde ;
1;. charging.iThe step to union, to concert of action,And harmony following preamble and resolution:: tile.usJto lead.them fto'/enf'1 that California 11r it4e4c1m .
I Ohio WAS at Son Francisco when Mr. A- interests. That the States enumerated have, und_ New Mexico would be lost to us," and that si n i t'th &eretarj of ;

.e:.. S. UertpalefLsSWp .1, or in tisie. will have,a redundancy slave population \Vh rea. the Representatives iriCbngresss -" we had no' treaty at'all withMexko. 'Tliey'.wereready ,ioners state, that the ainendmedt4t

: ;: drawing tight feet c.aaiI one hundred ,"" for which' they inust' have an outlet, from the slave-holding States to impeach the President, and.tohalloo agreed to ... _.
: und uilLcs the Sacroinento. t a.A1
fifty
; up is admitted fact Let it now be felt by; and- lately heldtr'meetingat.the Capitol l murder in; the streets;,bu since the.inesag&has close a copy ofthe proiocol neruorimt -
% forced ujn the border States and they will.be been if : intt 1ie e14tfrIQfhJ7lcst
talk
for the. read.they (Geoeral,
of :
_7 4 The A>ir Tcffitoriet.-lf we mistake not, stimulated at once to the remedy we have pointed -, purpose devising' such .Tjiylprs'in'au nand tliegreruf ball tu.lt and :he pmtocolanrindIlP* ,
ihere has Iteeu <|uitc a change in public senti- out, The whole South will sustain their. measures as should, in tlteir opinion, ito begiyen oh the occasioiil : ". -*1'f" is not,then comciunicited- jtjW3idcezne1

meut at the K trih, within a short time, as to claim and their efforts for a participation Jiithe be best calculated :fO;:arrest- the* ag'grefisions i_ -, ,' p cssaz ft1 *
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the expediency panning the Wilmot Proviso. acquired territory, and will be to of nzunended.. was ; mi'
prepared resist Uie North uR nthe fights ,, Carresfoadence ftheBaJtision.So*. T 1'I i**** *t ft 4vv j. **r *<" **
_. Several pupers, which before were silent, orad- at any and every hazard the upplicatioa 4thi Pres1denindsenat&to agate1tIWXtore w;
vacated the I'ravhto kayo -of-their con'rtitMents: a a4-, *1iee.t,3 .. WASHi>croN7Febirl5 iThe.Iforae
como out decidedly the: Vilmot pi-ovjsoto that territory. > war, except by deelaratioa.OZU?bY -
in favor of referring the whole case to the people Fbe 4usta.Sentinel,. however, says.: of iho we have observed with pain aad: Pepaflmen- Jftlac.Ooverurnent ze8z.perI 'pit 'cz; ib zQ ktO1ni
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, of the Territories, agreeably to Mr. Dougl.ifcfg.bill GeorgiiLiw"* : "* r *. sN ; Icep' mortification, a u-ant of that The Ctibhmet' ;App inneniJuJii )icLean

; now iwfore the Senate 5 or, in other MThe! law is itself defective; for it d< eiaot unanimity .opSehtimeni' dt' action t--T114 I: } .. -It '' d Fef L ar tie'treaty .taey
wftir JJ authorizing them to proceed, .at once, totfie forbid aur own citizens pui-ehaKinsfaudimporW \vhfch Th nhl for the establishment otjk new 1 J-' L'h tteatyW I1J;
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;p ;,, 4 adoption of State -constitutions, with( such ing any .nuiuber.,of.slaves fqr tUel own useIn formerly ; arfd bt hfativay1to p tmnent! 4f'tile''Government has iss&tfhI1f.4aseYr -r 0'LMertcn

'S. .: provisions in rcgard to slavery as they may otherwords, .it merdy..;compels V, man that; 4 characterize ihe fforts'of SduthVbinhnghr aiIl ixloubted1.pas the &nat ItpubUebiiw

:" deemproper.( It the .question couldbe, fairly wau'tsjo buy this kind of property; to bx> out : ernRepreseri tatives, updwtlii&.vi tally wnwy M ,5Jie Ministry o|' lha.Jnterioniwjiifih P'P4I

; : p'rcsented tcifarc the people of ;Northern of theState-aft.r'itinltea\irof 'permitting the' imprtanL ti bjct: aild; ; -sounded:.a French ia to b'eiehauged
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, -.;.' -, States, we liave tip doubt Ihut a large majority, citizens of otter Statestobrhigit to him.- -- ioIdit' to lee the nt4e umqf'iLonme 4 !;(n StHegoTemeut/ 'made to it him on : vouldiup ort lh? rfcrcnce; for, it .wtftild.qo: i-; I. :_ .! <>f; ab wh'ieU, wing morV like'th 'Ktijg'sl-EbglisnThai' I "trreTd bian&mturof
Jnry7)revent 'the; *:exteoUon of tlavcry" ,as ifis'wiled ;Ie 1izalet1 T z1t5ttteifl& iner ican citizen to'be' crrt1y'ieji' been ptefarrci Tibefa4d|tioaeof the aaatefire } : tJmeAtb t !

but would 4o ijt Ina; mauler satisfiicv .. f I nioIeu T ppularwork; Luai< the IHfdislinguishirigchaTacteristic o ,- -resented '-cduncilsoftberive 'th&iatlionlnpoz1 so!CAqw4i dUjiwcViame de
tory trf-thc Soath, "liQwerer muck tEuey iuighi bf thecoslume i1I ttmedrmonynd4prptu : *: :fS f anyor the guarantrehiop
;. dlslikV; he tegult. <)nlyaiout three.>yeeks.re-]7'dosih. QUech"Elizabeth'* day, tnaln.before: tie.present .se iou ,of/Congre worn of suchieaormoufl sizejha |aUy4u.ful rfrre'ns: JatijJ1iJii,
:It'wduld.b Av sad ptj'.if': this".dang'eroOTjore t91.1 d iciooA; : 4 3e'ojtthcrefbre an index to the line of conduct ehthchihpursue. Whthiv$

suoulfl be left to" fester through'aiioth-:, tp.ffe; lg4 res ruft mntreasredto such )( ti [ milted to the Senate, and it had not receiy J

er session. 4..tittle. he hy .legislation now'i an iiharh'nuira'te., t1mat'ni1So sumptuary'' ReIIi' i1, I st'jb1 th Sbj et optmjilA jt iuigiily obable,that the new single WH ittf
... i world f misclicf' hejreafter.- lWsbech i necessary to' reduce themto mea.sonaWoUltmrnsionj li inth ori1kiio sIiriO1i3lEdiJturbing .the >kzic n overnment that,
-:rir : When ,these ,-- & teveru0j A je holland* I f 1 : o tti6fi dtII rfr' ''Treasury but the. contrary" that'u wi*** t .* ,,
% 'lJ *I .s ; kut, on mo uui 7irovuj w T| j --i Jji
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'WSCAKppT j head bief of.the Sejninoler .t'prIy 1'!fl EJt.zaeth s ein. .they were made of ; nbldiH 'SFaia : lately' nlb'IdPat bdcsAtlstlfed wi's*'* v'i ;sia.'t.9 iiiis I i "The meaning of the Protocol waa that i*W-

tt' k dUvt,Fort Gibson lately. He .wu ojeofth< lawn and camnrie, manufactured 1 ot1he eontf L1&Nti&1 Sai f Govetpij4 llgeiKhre *-ioibwiiNNfWI<$* va14'7 GS

.v ;**rriors who.at. tUe!head of A mere hand., hi iin'pifrce1an&Bold ith1 & .c mateititlffin ejistenc ibytjit ;
2.t 1* ducetj the.rctica1 *7*vL* !. tfw*;*>*>iltit
Jor extrayagnmst priee. % operat ons
Ourgoverznnt -
I 4mttjmenm.WtF
?'ReldLTMttt
,1T; ) yeiw%r$1 tpsesZtono&,theit .J1jtSayi? jbngjtj ed he kd re iIPtt'iy 11ncThImWt $
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jLtt1.a( 40ufltr$ Curing th9.wegej Wyttmf*' strange and wondertut' was tins stuff/ thzi i'iioriF1f1hitt1g ketthe S b.TiWsuf.yt will bdhdbeiepfi {.such legitimate titles wTmu1dJzvibc

ft.hewnutabert-wefl-oquipped..troops. led by .thereupon arose a general scoff or byewtfdj.bat tiiEj'tdf G6Wtltufi6riai riKis a1iht:1hsaii e I1eyiS ;rautIi $ czz, IRd-fB?bf ngtitfttlfe -

shortly tuey wquTd WEaTruffrof a spider's red .9to- & !
A ji no VB
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b .4ed'pieIiLp, f person utjthe time pf Dsde'gj1 ebi! 3( tt) ::1tt ip ;opoj rii Ieei fo rogara tfo,tbe$ amenumenbi*o trf! f'
j O.OL1CceutuUyesi& ; tl lQ'. thoujrh the Senate had Ueclinea'Wowj
ted t ,dge"nciln6u aT e? A1i. ?otu1 In

'gt 'lie finally surrendered(with.iefs n4niSpC lt gnoanv&bfpby. 1sg1dal IsfraiUliy BJyb : :scr1Iymt OiVin transfer for her own benefit by 5 f Vi-, .-
v vwv1. >vu<.w/uevtyvi.jenti ( Mi jwjolumentapiritnality Bfl
i1k; thi Col. 3.IL SiiwBujtKK Hmptv9i2 bi J n t | !
i ,to Doccmbeh Ay1cbbd! m MavuafAwrwyrv4f.
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tion of uublutory coaqcigtiODu **" "' """'" tc! tp palatio
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/4ttrf ? feminine*- r-! -*a,- 1_ ; a Bi I. -To H-*,*Cedar, Mll Keys* .iu.1 !by.- fc.6 i_p_ in?* ,_next4y7O_ _.. i'' ,
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of a sovereign p4 i"1Theremy4Lordatefivethottsund!
8tate-expressiQgtJie sentitneuts S
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* bc Rational 1nteIigcncetor.ThUr$ :. and determination oft he people thereof. sheep in one flock 1 It not the'sight**' 1t1 tin o*- I' 25j -pjsZd&ys

;* I I rfe 15tnst.i! publishes jh&fOUOWI too South hapokinhngwtgeuqbeinisuuder.Cnroliua.yaa not alone in thi Virginia beautifu) dn rjBfile>hazylalr1 ?ii4t I' 1 3554.From' C fl ,ewuansville 1 I at: 8$'' I eiay T

iScount.Yrorn California, stood, a nd. uth JL'ftrolina
sustain lierafg' ; $3OOOQYi4pid) jJ u % IAN 4 5
i.afu r I
Thilt d States a teitnt
$
of the toscii 5 ,
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i), ENTIUELtiEGETABLCOMP U > ; f '
!' -' tV .Mr. B..saidsliefn between nTFJpiK.A'arc'
rhoarr'yed Wnshington on j crouch and Hha rii' j'a.. t jf a
: becpnw as*b tweea two burthcn ,ierua. *
i ), 1 P.n? Jay.
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eveniflgtS*'bearer of despatch* m connexioa.vith subject theXorth .. .e'w4* 4 iJtyiciau ke3UTtfltexten.. jQue beUjer.this route 5 wmWHWW 5' '5 'Sr :. t

UidbY' Pacific : persisted in carryiiigIuiea to extrcuietiesit The Senate otPennsylvania,have rfus4by/ /' sire practice of several years an a ? f? ftof J $ins rouirXo..'W5t, from Pi,;! t '
/ squadron mteTboe who have-
I mmthe ; would be a criminal tampering with the a Toteof IS iolOy toconcur'luau amemlihentyo : used' themselves latka Newnansville. n t -*

.,( aflc confirms the reports in regard known tone of the South Tor. the Union. Submission the"Constitution of that State'to securd"JoJall' ,seen its lutory effects!upon btfcws.' 'need no 5355, FromMI iopyat amFriday -,;. 'if>' .

and of the. under such circumstances, would be its citizens the right sutfnigeArithout regard :farther*tideiiee of* iw great Value; I productiveness .
the extent reducing the South froman equality, and degradinglhemjinthe -: ttfcolour. ,,*:_ : J.T:5': ,. of ouWnda/Ka s Tbeen t perfecllj restored''by' i.4d St

lV mines, butsayMhat.raanypf.thi! Union to which. South this:medicine* n wLe.u.alI* -A 6therlrcnedies. .. T '; have'fai1L ; And bac.kUtweeafikmiujdU7'P'a 't
rurMvriters in that region *who are Carolina would never conseut,, The resolutions vr niTvn'4 :r 'Its operation .ii not simply,to,8uspead- s < ;'nx4ay. .- : T;:*

Sdfctrflands hare colored their facts were ordered,to be/priated.' ,., -ii I"Bleasef .,the 4ie&ora. time,bzt..tq purify, Uiejsyitemand toj embrace: ?Fo-, tC/ii> *: .Instead of

with a iew. of pr ncKindividualinterests 7T1 ':-, -;-:; :_ are*fh'* dea'd who'die'in thfea L iL restore it to-sound and perfect health. FortC/fl>*,are4ntited.A tt.itt l .
w:io* eitent, Th' Abolitionistswas end Ir.'CaThov-T he'e ,L, ARIftU i2Vrirt i"bnth '"CAuses,-treatmentft'nd 355C. From: Jacksonville at .
DlEDJaza th Ce Crku 1' a;nLTut34ay .
gther, ,0nlywt a tbreexiay' .'session iu Eaneuil Hall. Bos- cure offerer iind C1U1d other diseases of ; .yByUalo'KirkIaiicVsuaau .' '

hour beforeheleft, hesawa i ton. last,yeek ofrthc Uarz4oa anti enden CountycIr&.J&Nc.D&owuu ,, consurj.,ofChas. ; "bilious climates, may be had gratis of thfcinn- Woodstock CU' .
Mill
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an Browafd,. She, of advanc d'e ,being *9- *f
was
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-, rsigned. 'VIiFj ;
arrived school if ibolitionists. .
just Philips} rcitcrate4 ,,
board the flag-ship, jO They 4 '
mi an on ,the,"stereotype declaration that ; the time in ,her Wth year.V?% suffered."very Intensely Also numerous 'certificates from men of the miles ; 4 ?i
who ;
from the'mines, conhrmedthepre-; has com&whea theynion should be dissolved" for the .last?years with ilie.diseie pfvhich highest pb.iitytc1tifito! the great And5backbetween6 4 SA '
-regard the discoveriei she died, For the last 25 she hal i a m Th'ursdaj .
in medicine
years efficacy of this be S
but tha climax ? .can seen on an'1
reports capped app11'tIOn -
ious byheiol1owizi compliment 6pm next .
Maneslow, where he been an acceptable member of the M.I. Church,; V"" : "- T"e,1 ff. i day., ? ,- ..
the river to Air. Calhoun SeraeroprsitJa
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on ; She lel relatives and.friends t6 parti off !
; many mourn, .
lump of gold weigheJ uMes0Jvtdj That in openly and route between Nassau.C.H j.-
unequivocally"advocating and
ngle at ..Mary
h ad' Cfl' her absnce1 aI of.whornupy, dcois Iattoi are
potinds and heard of one thatweVlied ..-slavery as. just, beneficent, and in the fact that/oy unspeakable.iiow/enahrines Agents for 'Jacksonville'andVkiail. .ilcYiced.SM :. 'c c -* s' ,!
nine ? ri : v
pounds The gold ex- democratic institution, John. C Calhoun of her happy spirit Heaven.. '!McR.;' : Jacksonville... t Feb-' 24, 1849. .. 6m 33i $ issa CILtsath: Fr'IdI f
twenty South Carolina is to be commended' for, his TuVeiiiaiiIiiab3r 6p.xucuit

citement in Monterey had entirely abated frankness and directness v that, for his earnest At Alligator Columbia county,.Fla. oa the $ And4vback between h.a. m ana ff riWr

the immense mineral wealth of the ness consistency, intrepidity self-sacrifice. Ipth! instanrTHOMAS B. FlTZP TiUCK.aftef, VZflIEE&fl'AKER, i S '_ iext day.. .,tJ ., "" p tta
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being looked upon as an established in defending, and seeking to perpetuate what an illness ofIS hours. Aged 42 years,2 months. ttorntssat'Latn, 355S..' -FromTilatka*attain' Tuesday 5' 'iAy'4,

country There is no disposition he thus- professes to regard as. .superlatively S -. By. Tplu3ialort, *Butler.-l.nterprue.7r-T-i S'.r. }
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i fact. I excellent he is equally.io becommended.*'* v MARINE INTE1LIGENCE.. .. Jncii *nviilrf Fin. ,_ endMelloi1.1e- -,. *" . ,, .
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land holders ? r- .t
the ) to cx. S. "*
reicept among *" To the liead'watl.j
*-- r of St. Johnnver :
and ,this was mentioned toLieut. Ttlc. Gold JFHw in Europe.-'flit California PORT OF JACKSONVILLE,. FEB..24., IS 19.i '. ?
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a rgerate, ; i mEursday.j B'H j
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Lanman by Gov. R. B. Mason, asa gold-seeking mania has extended tptie Couti.nent =Ss ,srKSs: ':r.;:; -. :- :;==. L = F-t J3n..64g.., % ,' .. S : I ,

singular circumstance. of. Europe, and in the ports of Geriuaily : : ; ARRIVED.- --c: + .' -''- 1yr''I 2_- ,_ :;: i" &&fen 7 a) iiirdzj $& .';1

and Denmark there are already'yessels'fittingout Feb.-22;-Sehr. Lucy & Nancy-AdamsN.Y: I .T p.mSundrtv. <*-
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"Fora year past Lieut. Lanman has, forth cdu'yeyanccr of adventurers/ the '' "&. __ M Mary-Delphimv, Giles: do. : % j tir Dcbtois.A' -$ .;j59. :From the KeTid: 'wLttcrs5of- St'"John's S**,,'"
inc the duties of collector AuriTerous region." "The English a LL PERSONS,indebted, toi'the j&tale of J>" V *-rf I
Iteit perform journals arestill Brig Mary Ellen., Wall, '% do .' 5 '- at 6 a ni Pridgy ;
atllieportof Monterey- ; and, having crowded with advertisements of vessels u 24.--Schr.Iowii.*Wheelwright, .- -do JAMES Losti, deceased, 'wijl'please makejaynicnt ]5y Iuan'iv rIa1os SakLctee.a" : >i-T

who had returned from loading, enterprises organizing, an-1 joint Vteck CLEARED.. ' immediately, as(he accounts unsettled I IviI1' .5 Tl-i Jupiter' t. ji--J i .r, ] ""it; !
man %
tffn every companies forming, all set in motion by the 1 : eon be:"placed I in-the bauds jof>,lawyer. : { To Miami. Dade county' flyland? !)! by s"
tfie ,
mines his opportunities Feb. 20.-Schr.'E.Wright Wright X. York. .
visit
a ; to continued favorable reports from the Unit tt' collection. -. ;j >"-? v T p.ui'next TLnrsday, 200"mlleJ,
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for obtaining authentic information State* oHhe marvellous .richness of the new TEt'IlEN D. 5 Apil jback betweea Cam Friday and$ : c

wi ere better than if he had visited the discovery. Administrator's Notice., ISALFtOFREAL I Agent for MAHV Low. Administratrix.. mngxtTEuwaay:: J4. ;.
ESTATE Feb. 10.18:19.T; f tf 35CO. From Tampa, at
He .
in informs us that '
i mines person. ; ,; '", : -i **r>> 's.
amounts of gold dust Mr. Henry Claj has been .elected tQthOLti nSUANTto an order of th'Jki1ge of Pro. By'Mahatee : .
i or ore, P
4 large 'ted Suites .Senate by the unanimous vote of the bate of Dnvul County of thUilare,\willofferer Proposals 'lot: carrying, ihc MaiL 'dSiititbf 50'mhes' *

were selling! at a sacrifice ; he does not whig members,of the, Kentucky legislature.The .- sale at Pjiiblic,,Auction, on the first ; ndback'betweeu. ." V': ";; '4

believe that one hundred ounces of the votewas 91 for,3Ir. Clay, and.-15 for Col. Monday in April ne'xt ensuing, at the itsunl .NEW ROUTES IN FLORIDA.. SepaVa'teVfirSp .sala.to 'supply. lanatee.from V"SarasotaiiaMsVof

nuld dust could have been purchased at 11. M.Johnson. hours of SherilFs salesthe following described:, 'Rztia. tfrum the act of Congrats of 3d March.' .nvWf2v: J lef tiu. *Wule-..1V6.13303' it"i
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the reported rate of eight dollars the William II. Seward, ex-governor ofX York, real estate of Eliza M. Crichton, .deceased-one ,1t5sectiois.; p.. ; -'. :-tr.1,*.< l'
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hns been elected senator of Ihe/United States hundred'and thirty-(130)( ) acre? of JLaad, more ,. 35C1. rFrom Tampajat C a in Tuesday 5 4'r ,
ranging from "And further. ewted That it shall *
$ *
mflnary prices ten to be .
t foriux years from -th j 4th ofMarchmrxt.in, o'r Itssf situated.onithe St. JohnaJUver,'in Duj j :
the Postmaster General
jueJre dollars per ounce. The weekly the place of,Jlr, Dix, whose term then expires. val County, and bounded ph the South ami East ]I 'the.duryof of contracts for the inallfn- .TftMellojavillc' by C pmThursday.
receipts of gold at San Francisco 'were The joint vote oodScward 121.Dix.nard.2 .21, ]}. 'by isnds'Eleanor. A; .Crichton, West by St.][ tare lettings transportation S ifles ': :* 5 '.5.
i cwards Johns Iliver North and East of the mail, toilet the same, in every 'case, to S .And back'betwconG'a 'Friday '
lwurtlitO. lands
estimated at from thirty to fifty thou- majority overall """ by of Calviif I the lowest bidder tendering sufficient gga'riintecs 'm Ji-and ;
89. Keed, -i>ortn'by lands t'harles C'j'mSinas' SO2.
iiyrne-
S
wind dollar and Lieut. Laninan knew for faithful performance withoulotber
si
reference *
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the being .of ? Jacksonvilleai; 3
same one-eighths/J4j) a. tract: of a mMonday aai"
of one individual who had iu his posses- StUi Further Discoveries.-Information has Jand owned l-y-ihe.dat John Crichton, known to the.mode of such transportation than- '.' '*' Thursday '- < *' : "t.
S
Hon thirty tiiousand dollars1 worth of reached this city of a ncwjiJliscuvery of gold Regions as "Tweddside;" and situate at the mouth of may be necessary to provide for the due celerity To St. Augustine ISm SSmilcs gs.t4: )

01 e arid dust in Jhe vicinity of the.Ilocty'Mountain! Julington Creek. The said real. estato .to b6 .ceftairrtyfand security of tract such -transportation -** a : k'betfeenTauiand.Vpia", ftF

pure" 11ie value of in trade little more than half way between here andSuttee's sold fur payment of debts of deceased.. ; nor shall ttnynew' eon or hereafter be 'V. .nextdys. : : '- :'' .:"
current gold required purchase take at In -raluaition
which surpasses in. richiwss the mines'f .. ALEXAX ER.W, CJllCHTpX., 7 put"or PrbpOsaUto'make cf6sef cOnriexionswiUi .
was sixteen dollars per ounce. There o California as much as those of Calif)ruia sur .Adm'r. Estate o ElizaM.erichton/d the stock1orvefiiclcs"cay previous' contractor s eamboat atJicksonvillewnibeconsidered.i*
:
was a scarcity of coin throughout the p: ss.the juines of New Mexico. _Tbe", gold 1$1 l : Jacksonville: February loih.'lS, 10. .'' for,theisinie route, 3 63. FrQmtAugustiiieF Smrna India"" i .1

country; but when Lieut. L. arrived at found not only* in the sands of the str'eaus Fe1i24.. .' "* : ::3 T 4. ; 5 r Bidders'will be careful to read the forms lierSan uie,3ter'MiAmi'EEJ/i :

I Panama he informed that $600.000 if Sowing from the mountains, but, upon the ?lAclniinislrafdrV-- apd instructions appended- this -advertisfuient. Jargo, Indian Koy, Key West1 4 :1
was .- mountains, mixed with quartz, and in the rocky Notice.Atl They ate requested to etafe, In1 their i6tt&1I.b;;,: a6 I nip d r

% had just been shipped for California strata., Instead of washing the sands, to 'sepa ; :; PERSONS' indebted; to the, estate of proposals, the'niodeby"'trhich they iuteidf) -Keys; StMarAp 1iiolai25

by certain Mexican gentlemen, and rate the small particles of gold intermingled George Church, lale of'Duval bounty, cpnvey the maiL JVbere.'the size>nd weightolthe Joseph'sVand St..AndrewVto plnsai '

that the American consul at Plata (Mr. withthem, ax in California, all that is necessary Fla eeeased, will] comeliorward;an'd iake immediate mails, or the speed called for in the cola, ,iqilej and back,, twice* a" '

I Umlen) had in charge coin to the value in this'new.El Dorado is ,to find crevices in ; payment. And all per&risfwbateyer,' schedules, shall require it, the.contracts will be month in steamboats .- *

the rocks, pry ,or.blast- them apart and,clutch haviug'.demarids .againsb the said estate, will njade for coach steamboat, or rail-road conveyance Separate proposals for-sections of the'aboTe :- j

of$118,000, which he ,iuteuds to ex- the precious metal in pure ana solid masses.We .- render them 'in 'within'two. years, authenticated ,'as the case may be; and, consequently, routes will be considered. .. '
chaise fur ore or dust. such routes will be let to bids proposing such NOTES. ,
understand a secret expedition Js already as the/law direct or this" notice wiir be' t :: :
Peru and Chili are not behind the on foot to vfcit this rcgiou, but us.'it 'is ih'the pleaded bar"of theifrccoyery mode,p if'conveyance. In all other cases tbe"rbutes Each proposal should, b*'accompanied by *' '

United taie* in regard to the excitetiieur heart of a warlike Indian country, considerable LAWRENCE RYAN Adyr. r wjllbff assigned to ,bids proposing%the 'g uarantee. signed by one. orrerespp

no less than twenty vessels' havin force will Despatch.be necessary for the ,cntei prisedCincinnati Jacksonville, Feb. 21, 1819. a "2mr* cheapest mode'of transportation. 'persons''The,undersigned in the following'iaanneTj.Tii,- 'c; : ,

i A dm!iilstrator's Notice*-All' per- PROPOSALS S y forczyingtheiliafl!
a short time, bound to Sari Francisco. A Cargo for Africa.-7he following shows *\" 'sons indebted to the Estate Joseph from the 1st"day ofJnly.. ,from -; to s r u j ''benecc

They were all laden with provisions and the manner in which the efforts of philanthropists Bergallo, late Nassau County,'Fla, deceased, &9, tbthe'3bJhoPJunel JbSl. inclusive' in Postmaster Oenfiral, shall enter into an obligation -

other neeexsaries of life and Christians are counteracted: income forward and., make, immediate payment LOR1DA, will ,be refcelyed af ,f he contract of: prior to thoHt--day"of-Jiilyi&t. with3'*
and their arrival "I'rig"Messenger cleared on Thursiay from -And all persons.whatever,.,having' demands ': lice of thePost Ota ce,Department, iVthecityif 'good-and jBufficieit' uretks'toierfirmUhe'serviceproposedJi -:;*

\v )uld probably reduce the price, Boston, for'Africa,' with a cargo" consisting in agaiust.the,said estate,will render them ( Washington, until 9 a. m. of the thJlpri,' i s.i ; -; .az4a ,

which hate heietofore been so exorbi- part of 37,000 trillons of rum, 100.000 yards of injwithin.: two years, authenticated as the law 1,849, (to-be decided by tbs 24th day .wf April, S .Thfs abouldbeaccompanied by theeertifieat

tant." domestics. .OOp pounds uf powder;&c. &c." direCtsor;thisnoUc wi11be pleadjij haxf' 1849,) on.the,root es and in. *the. manner, and- 'otpmater'othet4 :;,

S their IL ACOSTA dmenerem'apecified.-Ti*:* *h-K S that the
recovery. ?- guarantors are men of propertysn&Y
As stated in an extract from the "AVhen it freezes take tare bfyour nose, that' : JNQ.4. tVEbO ; .ELOlUp4. 5 able temake mA-theu ttatxnt 4
4. ?
Union Lieut. it dosen't get'froze, and wrap up your toes in AdmiuistraLort. .9.. : The propoKil should be vvr +
Lanman
Washington ar- 3542,; From-Milton at 0 m'Wednoday if ;!?eut to JUc department
warm woollen hoes.s' The above we suppose.S Feruandina. Feb. 2 1 1849. 2m s t ;etid "Proposals for nwte'XbJL
..JJy Kscambia c# & d
rired at Panama on the 17th of January wasTwritten in prose, bysomeone who knows' f ; rity thdnyil1e.TSpartala'bawa m j'J and addressed* the 1frst.4s..
i by6 p-ni nextday, I
in the steamship California, which, the effect cold: snows. ** pRoe.LAM'A'r'ioN'Election I v: t 5. jiIes,/' ,C-r : r.ff sistant Postmaster General, \ ,. t, ,5 ,4

with tw sailing vessels there would ."When I goes a shoppin,*'' 'says Mrs. Parting- W liEREASrit ist>y 'law required.that in 9 % 'And backj next jbtptweea 6n.Friday and. *. -5 combination; For the prohibition,-and, the ;terras.and'oCibidsi.resnltlng.ifBom'condiUonsjoal

ton, tI allays asks for what IwanUyund if they shall,bejieldjon the first M ,. pm day. which the
take to San Francisco the 500 in waiting n- contract is bftjnadflL see
3543. From MiltottFat 6 ; > thel t
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have it, and its suitable and I "feel'inclined to day otMzy.net ia the several.Counties of this -. amWednesdiy _? *_ *M
-'- -- anuuaItadyerUsetue t..
;. Of his route across the Isthmus, buy it und:. it's cheap, nud can't begotreuny Judges of Probate, whose.tcrm,of yffice 1' C. JOHNSON PoslmasterfieaeaticsDK t y..,.. .4 ,
other place for'less. 1 most allays takes it with is to continue to thefirst Monday ot'0ctober| To Mariaunaj'Ay'B pm rSriday.125 miles "

lieIntelligencer says: out chapperin'about it all day longlikc.assome X D. 1851 1 ,Axn. WIIKKKAS,it is mad er the duty' bs: in Wl vf j*" t-Saturday- ntijiEs nO *jWashingtOQ -
"Lieut. Lanman doe ..JWE> and G p in3londaj. ,January 20, 18 19. > .Z
left Panama'on the people i
of the Clerks of the.Circuit, Court in their/es- .
; Proposals to embrace uiirantfiioimh : .
19th January with two mules, for which ectiye Counties to order said Election to be 'VilFLel' cohsldefed.Orange* also
'" Valley :
b consul bad to pay $24, three times it- are authorized' and requested' lild. ut lichee .nna.. v. --x propwahOlaend ,.. ; I Taxitssessor aIdC4Jkto'S
the tixual price. The distance thus to I announce' 2 Major JOHN''BEAKD'as \ candi ..THEREFORE,Jt |s.hereby;oruere Election, be held on. said day.at ,the .several ,
ravelled WHS twenty-one miles, and date for the Office of Register of Public Lands I Election 1'recintiixthe; County,of Duyal for a To "Geneva,'iiAkbama,. by (J pm's-5' THE 'UNDER GNEti sstssor and Cori

MI performed ill ten hours. Over three of the State of Florida, at the election on first: Judge of Probate for the same ,tobe, governed, Aid' miles!back between'* j<* 6&*j t 5 nd' ,e .vtil jii* Iral. _. t of he Statearfd cbuhtyTaxegriTorljf 1 j
fr'"S
m* < next ounyteot'Iorid'wj1l
iiles of tins road the mules could ,trot, Monday. v < .1 in.. May r-*next:' '*.' .' r*". '-L'__"feblt_ "fe ) '. is managed Jiow provided and conducted by law for in conducting the Kune manner the elec s. day. s-1 iJ toD p,f.-m**-:jIQuere. following, times. and placcs/for tBefparjp05ie\r attend attL'A .

-two miles of the roa3 wgre indiffer- ions f .* WhetherthU route js:*& eesiary iircascof lAsseain'th Revemie for'said te'an'coi'
ar> requested by therfriends forjnembersx> thecGejieral Assembly.
eit, fourteen very bad, 'and two almost ,' The Returns of said Election to bei made, sent letting the preceding one,!(No; 3543.) tyfor.the.yer18I9 ,

UIpaab1e.. It \is not hilly, buMorae pf MT-JAMES M. DANIELS'anDounc6i I and forwarded to the Clerk ofthe.Circuit Court, there being now a route in .operation' t.weeni' At tbiei's storeMndarxn, on Thnrs. .:

'11 toe s ft candidate for,'the office stf.Judge of.Pjobatejfor under the same rule*an J regulations as are now L1enev'Alabatfla, and iT&ee'A uaii izz aay.nstfi February fronrl AI SCtjfa&JAt ?
Basset that the la- -
are so narrow, 3545. From Mariana atf 0 < ,laAwB0eiiITAA( }house StJ oti lBeaclr* :
41e's' theCounty of'Durnl, at the ensuing elect ion I prpvidedjby law.ftr making and euding.ElectionBeturns -
who bet ro '
| travel across are compelled tod I Uchesee Calhoun e un1y1 4 oniSatuftfa nth February. from-Xd SEto1
on the firt31oidiiy'in Slavrnext : (feb3 tp Jj etjiidge/of Probate"Saul I And back I 4-p-jjosi-afd' ..UwaAtJ 5-flj uy'ir ,
penw witjj their 6\fa\ saddles. Therjj"ln'tns. .. < yi
f J4 t 3 fcl i I c Election: to be held and conducted f under,the
Bidders will state dISt 1Ct.cud alw'ulc che4.: At S.B.TjoMs6sV'Store BlabkJJCreektmslonday !
portion of the ,route across Toibe Voters oDuvul'ouut superintendence and management of jjie follow, ;
to connect at Ochesee with the route fhJinApiilacliicola
.j,performed i {? canoes,'the WE,are requested to annouhce 1DWAID'1)ECOTTES. I ing persons,,wh'o,a e ,hirebyOppoint d 1iisjec; ttftUattahoochCe n.ni4! jjai S i A I>jiRtrxrfCMiBEscbrr'sstorel idtliFebruaromJO A4.M.Clay to 4 lill P.M. )
frprrnhe place! where tile'mules as-.canditlate.. the office, of 3546. From Tallahassee at 6 a m Mondays Tuesday 26th February,from 11 &.M. to3'P.5L
are to tyJaazonvilkiPrcisct-.rO1iverJVood jtobertBigelow / UyIcnbadeuSheIt Lointaud1awtuxet At WILLIAIT THOMAS'S
left* : house
Chagres beinj forty-mrfe Thomasville
bate all PublicS :
Judge ofFr Svpe'rint'tndcnt of .
and Charles AV. .
mile,. Downing. F TooppWby opmmites Wednesday 21tJtJFebraary fro&
Lieut. 'Laninan sailed in the l A. M. to 3 (
ho.ls. -1 feb3 1&,JAn'fkBfetcA iPucinct-Jobn JIoustou, lAnd backti'betweenl fiia and .6 I" P.rMuI w > -" "
; m p m e rt3taStti-*:! s -
weamber . gj
Uilmnu* *n the 23klJaiwfor.r !Kings1ey.Bi3ibbs,and next day. ,%audntE 4 <4i r T -- T.-- '
$ CcdaiCre4.
(. hlavi n< thence 16 KingsioMnd ar"red ANOTllEft SEVER&OBABK! tASTliMA } Cedar Creek Precinct-Charles Brqward, 347I'rnn St Mirt'a'at Cam Thursday r; r pa Saturday 24th Februa y firoixi:ll.- ,

in Washington!! beforeitated." 4LN'tNEV.hI.tMPSI1IflRED'Br DR.WISTAK'S iWillianr, BrLddOek1U3dBObeTLTUUtr.? 3 fee A .* Kfe4-Sefepor ayads ,iand Marion "' tastMf,,** -y'Jt i t.U.- tf

_______: ___<_____ B3 ,fMaJIddn* rtA1bert lips.JtunchmeitLnd y., uikTMbnticoltoa. by fl-tfin40toile4* ... in ,- the CqBnJadfl0jc:
)11dpatioa wJ&a i/ciy. One!branch,(the .' 1 c"l'r'.YU Chandler5.-Emery.sasasl t I,, i And rketweeu t- -tOVvifl_I ItiU laTaesd3TStkEebruary

flo4e,I of the Legislature Kentucky ias ::9' Black Crecb Pma f $ohnth1TheeIcrItn( ] viiti ). ,

? sed a resolution, ifietUHiigitbattiiejttbjectneipation Qngtpe 'jamin Wilson, and maxiahiCoyiJcii it isvt: Proposals to coramcuie at Newport'are'i jsPersons owiiing Laadsiwithia the*County; .

ougbt-not-now tG-bO a itated- Jworst form, and after having tried various rI <. ; Z7ii/iMjrdff p/e brr4 .AbramBe8santvBenja.. ted. 'oZ 4ll-pleascibringwith tljem.'theiiumber3.ot, '
ju ktuckT (TKUMcXiiiUnnti.T, ;_, 'Lfrf **W. t ** *>-T *;- W> big1; !L T**"* *ttJ'V '* min G;IUgsiaboLhamJUid William Turner,jr. 3348 mQ at. 3 ;jwnship and Range, required byJaicsq i-s/t ft.

'tJtutjs e.agaDttI4eV WB 1 1i1bit1 I- Cit?!, HUlEndntf-WilliamS.Harris'U ffl-y By Rocky Comfort"** ]f s id I-tBa eLutCANOV't1iT; .

ta Irgi portIon iT th'ppe t ettu'; 'E.PeS : I' r: Ta seaso i fl'tor DUTaUOt .

Jtc ve; 0<>lifcM.u larg meeting held in IaIIe 4 w Po5i31or1i 5SjAhd'bacfcberween; <* nn4'Iiii:! 3d1849; : ,: a'4t '
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WmUc Another, was calW to be tlted toi&tho'tSb issaatetd&t t i1 ptht'th Fjct1 ahl i'I Proposals to embrace Seclndo willl)6eonsld.'ercd.'y : ._ -Tl:
SSyft Maysvflle. Ttor& &VfSi' e -4 -' ?.' S anii clM di'ffiTeVctocJtiln iKe fterhooB. Zhd"14ahF&S&t ,; s t5t* rf-Tsit s.T 2ll vSas 'ssJllft354 ) S -UNOtICCt Trespassers.IHEBEBT :

i.ir i t.. .- ix. Ai ;upon bibd'ft'tt $ ( |: *t3 KaiTt i: rFrbm.Qmncj at 12 m-Wednesday iTo ,,

k sT rtfieetalile jntn,1z1hg coun'ty :tbIDl jl $ ( IbcaypDJptiulUQ i f. f f of j i lICi wniifydwl 1/ Secludo, by 4 p'm9 mltea M* -,FOEEWAflnytid'aht kind of" ordL 4

The peopte or Ientucky a'i 1&eUhi(1of bsi'ehithth&Wild oCh1n'tha1t1&ttItff ,>el f-H6ise "Jackwrntille; tbb sfxfli r Aa'dtmek'betlteetff a round itaminesday. J charge any.kind offlre-jts game
withiamyendS
their ufda -,- of February. .4.. D. ts49 1 :; ;! cksonyilje : .',; .
'- L_ j_ -* --.,-.. ,..,JYam, compelled. _
OsuARAItT- "
dIutjon. $ $ klTh t, i "i.IltJi.J i- vf' / .J
'r14ys153Dc u $ |n. efe ;>hch"rKaye! S 4
to t ;bedibJfl
4i 4wv tnl,9kTM aflueE&eP7 UL$ tpycilcne f9tD.fl br'gcouipWti .!iPeb 171849i 2tzs ( I -u' j'ind.5 bv.1fana* ini/ Art nV *CT.tx>1i<.* Jf TifLXffeJ.i v

fg bit 41 .' 100 miles' 4S FP'L f Iaant
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tuaD9pt 1i t&WUM%$ ?rILc3G j 1tigu'1 'yl ORDIALS; fMhttthCakc, X*L Mlj; Kbeewe'ettl6 arTbursday"TnantHp tteive 'theircon cuoun '
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dT JUEBASit is required by law that an --- which, ,.!gd tot. ii to'the mihibitio AT J% :-,, *-JbodyjWimittpUon dtcatea'dise itinvlgoratesti :cared -*tt3WSlSRaS&5valuable
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'ci ': ;? V V election be held in State on THEECREOFA hvA .behJUIj T" '"'-ifr it y imf wro at (yyjTJ > T, : lease and-itrengtheii .. 4&fw.
..'. l"' vt?: arst'Mondiy'inMay next for;a Register of OV.T T'l? T\'i* C & T }T fl OtTJi5.n .
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Kfciebnsoniptibn be
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hold until thfirstIofldayofM'
Public! Lands to
NEW -1 1pVesenJt tockieonsista- '*"*1-- 1 October1830? also, for Judges of Probue for for o are
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CntnpanIr.n1is'1uTbPefl1uaPLundPr1hP
hold till the first Monday : O1effhOUIfld Pc14ageo -
Counties to
the several ', ml i'jiiii' ofit..M/WE 1SSELHOFVI M.D.. of 4ier ni ting of blood,soreness in the chest, .
*of October? 18fJ, An-l'for Justices of the It.'nf Paris. PrnTesaorof.MMwirefjr. tiiH aqthr4 'I! .' h
hectic fl night sweats di&l %t -
and ,
comprising ,
; Pfcice for each District in the several Ctounties, thf crlciiriitnl wok nti QeMtuun and Chil Hiilh." patterns'and colorings, g eteijr ) '
i ; "
the
to hold Tot two yearsall: ( of'said officer*toonrintte : whicti lias hid such in eateusIveiae! .in'fiurope, and thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN *nII ti )UltCPprOtnseezec. : $11
;
I I1* j
i1 : in office till their successors shall be Anierei. DOMESTIC .
'.ected and qualified.) / Ttihi eifltbm l 1i Ta t impmtemMt upon Mauri- All ohiisit1sfiot6i'i ftre'offered Ifor'saJEej'for eash/jor5 ifltbeiejci : eatlytheimpurities natur'al energ1..

Ik.. : Ir is HKREtr ORDERKD.That the said election reiw'a old work.whirh was rliiffljr rinign d enin I
:c. tupurrhaof>t M. i- tt-* *i'r *5't* .t fcanbO -
reader thesysteais to
*
the State according to law. oy
.L be held throughout ,
tt And the officers whose duty Ltis to order said and Inmnniif at, in 4 T'!"pn'unh1eljre1; 2flCTP&fIf v&6pmOE'OR PACKAGES ;; < ,T) if'-ft .-* 'cured.'.' % sfin* -. ji- tion, which is the c* eI.zxi e 4fj
fan ilT, *i nl* pen e>iri! $1 l0-anlhi, PoFentnlt Probably there never A remedy;t hat;hai .fdr1lthat'i 4Li t'dI'4
Va'"n;i flections will take notice hereof. Pills a;$5 per bo Inthit *.1iti<>n; tbrre ismV New Styles are.rec ied lmo3.ejtfljjaajr. .
in
*f TV Witness my h-md and the great seal of the part of the;oriitiHal'Frenrh wrt'rk wlthlieM. The and many of thenuure got up/or..oux.own sales, been so successful desperate cases oicottronrptionr t
C&s* St'ttegiven at the Capitol, this 20th'S'f whn1egPftPI: oCM. M. DeiUmiearitV instroWr.l and and not to be found'elsewhere. as!this1 it'cleatiset i and /strehheaanthesystem. 1 jJ

: i : f.iSAt.1 day of January,A.'DJ 1849,' and of the nirihnd is:fully .revealed and de'atrihpd.'and the re.;. i: Piutl4ta1pprie'es crecte4.rn. and appears ta>heal\}olcertonthe in'1ith

ltfj'>sr* Independence of the United States the ripe of Oesnmeaux'n P-nlugnrse Female Pills is git- day to day with every variation ifl t1 IIk lungs, and the patients gradually regain their -
.
\U* 73dyear. WM. D. MO. ELBY, en entire.in plain,English terms so that the purcha hand fb L' usual hedtband itrerigth.'' tiw Vv *?
|ft 7C V4VWV* AM ***** v v
ff-f. ij.: Anest: Oovernor.Tyfyj's' leg will artuallj get .-. yFR Merchahts will'be''able toTorm 'some idea of cuiiOds C4SR OF' CONS UMPflO4V. :wltfr rib1J I,..fotthi

A.E. MAXWXU, Secretary of State.j FIFTY CENTS the'extenfc and Tari ty"0f our assortment;when There is scarcely sTday passes1 but there ire ;

* 5 January *7, 1t44I. 2m WHAT DR. MAURlftEAU SELLS AT1 we state, that' the'taluY'of our'-usual stock of A' number.'of' cases of ConsumptibA''repprted is reu4sithtssofteatb

: SIXTEEN DOLLARS this ONE ARTICM', is at'least'twice'the talue of cured by the useof Dr.TownXerid's'SarsaparHlai

Every person who has been deceived by the- trtrkof i the'ntire stock bf drV goods usually'kept bydurl'irgest The following was'recentryfreceiTedilw "" ** frtI1.ey; t4
HOLIIFIS&CQ. ManrireaiCswork.shniilit purchase uiis, and thus wholesale Jobbers' Thi fact.' together lla1 tovMEW -Dtai' Sit1':1 .For the last 1eai' her nea. ThtLtUpL1and

__ e$ ape the xtnrin n whirh he attempts {t,prarf ire.- .with' the fact] that oiir means ana our three years 1 have: been afflicted.with'general
i.* li' HOLMES & CO., have removed After reading this edition anjrmie may avail hirnrelffif attention'lnstead'of.oeing divided among vast debility, and nervoUsconsuniption4 of the last, .8ua else, ith but liu1,

: .r MESSRS stock of Merchandize to the large f Deiiotiieaux's invention,at nnre,withnut adollnr nf var1 ofArticles/' / are devoted wholly 'to oi't*. stage,and did not expect to'ever gam my health .ha4. ki oi,yOi;
expense.it>any.village in the United Stat *. All the at all. At' er going-through a'courseof flied tn1i Th he
*-V V- ; building formerly occupied by the United States, will render the advantages which'we can offer entirely reflj
.erretsof Menrireau, Dinma and Geiinpr. oftfi
are
ox. h'ait SIHI
z1ir: known as the Government Building. They here fully revealed. *Thereis nof lhe>Edition w ' !'$:1' have added to their stocky by the late arrivals pureliasing. our cAxe that-none who visit.our establishment Dished regular physicians and member?of the tirei1di p red.i %

0*riJ: -,' from New York a full assortment of Dry Goods.j FSinEfcnp..4fthr- Martled woman" Private shall meet with disappointment. t; Board Health in' New York and elsewhere, She has alsubadrtbebnicb

V/-/ ;. Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &C., fcc., Medical Companion,will he B nt hy mail, in a rlo eenvehiie Oar'assortment-is- at all seasons of .md' spending the most of my earnings in at !!PHen..4Xc that

$f \; i y. which they are prepared to sell at reduced tn any part of the United Siate fnr 50 cw., the year t LEE; JUD8QN/&&E& tempting regain my health, and after read :bes5l9ied, as

ruT prices. postpaid. Dr. K. M. WBiSSELHOFF. Box 2710. P. S.-B. F. LEE. formerly of the firm of ing in some pvsperof7o Sarsaparilla I resolved it h3s.a3$tranp as It ina

-S V. <"'* They are now prepared to purchase Cottons Mw DOLLAR.Yurk No City unpaid or THREE letters will COPIES be taken for from ONE the Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original .to try it. ,Afterusingsix bottles' 1 found i pesi;IbIs itIr'ofjbetba s

*Vf 4 i Hides, and other.produce of the country, at the Pnt Otfire. No agents whatever, are employed tn firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con done mis great good'xahd called e you'at teynents-o strag s o 3pi

j* -i J. highest Market rates and make cash advances sell this NEW EDITION, which ran only be obtained nection he withdrew me'tian ago, has resumed your with your advice I kept on, find do flThostj.iketibb,bfl.iL!$, MtrbJti
'* 5? : e u consignments to their friends in Savannah hy sending above. Publication Office, 9 S I business< in connection with Messrs.Lee" molt heartily thank you toryour advice. I peevee reality. Youruub1emedjcjq' oj

:VfJ; <5; and Charleston, or New York. Broadway, N. Y. City._ Judson, and. assures his (friends that the new hi t&k1n tbe&rsajarilla,and Litre been zand

IS-''* *' "-' hey nave a new article of Brought. Iron concern shall .have the same, pre-eminence able to attend to my usual labors for the last on -*-"- w v 4 UK <9 WC J 'lta7

w ,;:*j.z: Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call NEW EDITION this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished four,months, and I hope by the blessings ol God disbelievethis ncconnt; they arat

rt'1*:*. the attention of Planters. or- the other two heuses f o whieh he be and your SarsuparilL to continue my health.- callat-my hpuNP sesind bate

y/ii"' Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tfrjifs DR. WEISSELHOFPS SCIENTIFIC WORK longed. June25, 1847. 2y It helped me beyond the expectations of all that f.iWILL1A1. -,

; ON THE SUBJECT OF knew my case. UlAKLEb QUJI4IBY. ., TOWSEflj2.jUt.
'&* '< CHILD-BIRTH. Orange, frsex Co.N.J. Aug. l847. .
B. R. Hi:3D & CO. ,
VL"" _ A KKW And beautiful edition of this celebrated In Justice's Court-Columbia State of Nero Jersey Etsex Covnty, :s.-Chisz. th, V DYr1ipF1': ai- ,

f f'f -JtTESSRS. R. R. REIO k CO. having letsy work, ox the subject of GESTATION AND CU I LD Florida. Quimby being duly sworn according to'Iuwj; on fluid orjnediwh{ ,sed.ylijchB4nri.rJjr e
BIRTH by R. M.WeisselhoflT. M. 1), late of Paris.Iianjuot County, his oath saitb that the
IfJL foregoing statement ib
!
* 'i w.syj.llf
; ed the Wharf and the buildings attached, been issued in New York. It is a work which htle gtit
/"I are now prepared in conn ction with their ohouldbe in the hands ofevery Man and Wnmav whha Saa'l.. Wester., ) ATTACHMMT. true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in dectft|
#' DRY GOOD, GROCERY, HARDWARE incurred, or intends to Jncur, therKnsibilities| vs. > Debt, $46 belief. < HAS.
?sly* ;- AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH. os the Marriage state. It will be fouad ol s(>ecial value James C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 82THE Sworn and subscribed to betoreme at Grunge : -It sy3j'jfi

& ';:>ir IENT. to do a GENERAL COMMISSION to those whose means health or other cirrntnstanccs Defendant and all others interested the 2d Anguit, 1847. YRV6 BALDWIN, dysptpsui.-laowerejany01, chronje.1 T10t183.
** do them to increase the number of Justice
4"-{ BUSINESS. not permit notified of the of the Peace. .

' V* l Their charges are established by the Sav n- their family, without great inconvenience suffering, ment of this hereby suit returnable to Justice's commence Court TowsEaz.ir: 1 Lttn
V risk ouhlr. A method ,
avoiding theretroubles -
< < 1 or perhaps TWO CHILDREN 84 VED. for Veven,! (hiwj.jiiaji'liA
v tjOi& n.ihjfttej.Tbey and dangers nt will,(recently discovered hy.acelebiated to be held at JohnsrHle for the Ninth Distru; years orj
: are also the Agents of the U. S. Moil French Physician.) is fully rommunica of said county, on the first Saturday in April, Very few families indeed"-in fact we have fonJHrfit raded witfr'ktin 'rT'Vtfi,iib1Ttii;

V/*!* St jimtrs at this place, and are now enabled ted in this work. The mennsof prevention cost comparatively A. D. 1849, and to appear and plead to the not heard 'of: one_that'"iised* ].)r.-T wnaeid'. of*ppetite; extreme hhrt LIifli.--hriiI>k*CT et

*rC. vi'> to offer ev ry facility to the Merchant, Plaster nothing,soil are within the reach of all.- 8:1 Tn C. Sarsaparilla in time lost anT hildren the past ateai u,to.j 3J1I kIXIdP Of fQQ4 .iji to

:'frr *uil the PuUicgenerally."f. The process is new, sale, infallible, convenient, and Given under hand and seal this 20th summer,'while those that did not sickened and (' bat ItCQuld rjit! )) 1 have Lenu4bIetare taia
my ,
\]' ; Goods consigned to their care will be reetiv- simple and cannot injure he health nfthe most deli! day of January. A. D..1849. died. The certificate we publish below is con but anp ll fcrtibn tn n-y.gtcn.atB' llmdjfr
' .*' cate. Nor does it curtail matrimonial privileges in clusive evidence of its value and is another usual rrmedie but'h.y' had'
: -. t ed tind forwarded with despatch. least. JOHN W. PRICK, [L. s.] only but firt cri.*
I i.*.t. Their Store, Office and Warehouse art situated the 03*There Is nn deception or humbuppery. V of Justice of the Peace, instance'of its saving the lives of children rD .c-ffect troutting ilie sitr-lwnt.- Tpidueia.
A''t'/- any
i'ai *' I fc6uvenient to the Wharf. kind about this work. It is precisely what its title indicate Jan. 37,1849. 3m *. TOWMSKHD-Dear Sir: Ibad two children ed,. bput two mui1bssincv.4tu1zycnr'jjr..ofSarsapiri11a .

: Pulatka, St.Johns River, E. F, January IS, *,a scientific publication,containing information cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer and 1 sucst s. y ihVlitllf %: ';.! is&- 1J of great value tomarried neople.or those contemplating complaint.and dysentery1', one was only 15 'fid.c. i but fftcrnring BwriyWo'lcttletii
: ; -- .-- --- that riage.expressed in plain language which all Dsivnl .DBtf Tax .C.llcclr Kale.Y months old and.the other 3 y zir3. They wen- found my np'ietite rMw-d rtd'tif beirtUn

$ ;* ? NOTICE TO SETTLERS can understand. The whole story is told, and the virtue of the power vested in me by law, very much reduced and we expected they would entirely removed; 'ind'O'itf iiconitnend *
means Hf accomplishing the objects of the work fully B I levied and shall for die the
upon expose ; they were given up by two; respectable uce of it ta-thwr.
if'\ '. *- ITiMler Armed Occopntien Acl." and of faithfully it at once giv, without n,so that purchasing tbereadei may nvail medicine himself ale, before the Court.House door in the Town physicians. When the doctor informed us thftf actcda, Ltbce, ,

any f Jacksonville on the first Alonday in June we must lose them we resolved to ,
your
? j fllHE UNDERSIGNED instrument or other article, from the author. The ; try VAN4 Z.4 icj'i. ,
% of the United !
8 Agent means of protection which recommends, may also next, ((1849) the following lands, or so much Barsaparilla we hd heard so much ol. but had N: n.: PnrcUfe tr iu-
"v"'; *!> -* States Treasury, &c., will attend at the be relied upon, without fear of disappointment in thereof as will pay the State Taxes dus thereon little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised perstbat hide'tbe bct ctiFtltferyitkd Li '
** f'V* following lttt'es.on tbt&diye specified below,to jury. a'or the year1$48vi i-. that is worthless: but we are Very tbewritensigiatureerszl'oi) ) )

?; -- >:>. take and receive proofs, by depositions before Beware of Frauds ett tkis Work. 2.000 acres of Land,situated on Nassau River thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly1 si*.* Principal dffict\5e Fultst.uUiUi
. '
.j\ji'\ him in relation to the settlement and
+ occupation Beware of a rntch penny fraud upon this work at nd Houston's Creek, adjoining lands of..Johnlouston the lives of both. 1 write this that others nun N.,>';.Bedding&. At.t .Jtoftorjwt
;.. *- of all persons who obtained permits under 25 rents which is only a decoy,to the sale ,
promote boundaries'
induced
-particular unknown- be to use it. Yours.1 respectfully. & sons. 132 North FVpct-C-nt, lliUilth] : |
: the Act of Congress entitled 4An Act to provide ,,Mauricesu's Desotneax's instrument at f 10, f->r *
San'diford 'iVrf
to Holmes. Hnrice
purporting to belong JOHN Jr.Myrtleavenue drtggisi.iJBaHfiW f V
,
;
the that the work itself be
,, ;. fur the AruieJ Occupation and Settlement Mine.object pretends to ; .
1 '? of 4he unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida writ en, the real secret of my original,work being A.:CANUVA, Brooklyn, Sept.15,1847.tVNATICAHrSLVM. Richmond; P. M. CohVnj
? Collector'Duval
" 4'- *' withheld. Those who wish for th*original and genuine Tax County : & Jill
:: ,. approved under August that ,4th,and 1S42 the, and Act who amenduVV were work, by Dr. WetsselhofT with private notes Dee. 4th, 1848. Deed-CmItaval James Cummings, Esqione: of the Assistants Peatl. t. lhany; R 'anJJui ckjSKf ,W. f
-i. occupants Act -
adiled by his own hand can obtain it only bv seudiiif in the Lunatic Ayslum.IlackweU'vi island,is tht' M.rket and Irod.s; 2'ew&rk. ?/J. srdljyprincip..rUVt
: tory thereof, approvj q June 15th, 1844, and directly to him as he employs no Agents whatever p P.1 ri'ct 'Xfa&&t 'iititbrwiphPue'tLVtrri
'
C.asitf t.Tax ClerivSniff., gentleman spoken ot in the following letter : {<
.v > ; who actually occupied or settled under said and never sells the work a: wholesale-therefore niBii'ik > *
ktec
' ,'' Acts, awl did not voluntarily relioquiah and Apent.Pedlar, Postmaster ot Bookseller can virtue of the power vested in me by law RHEUMATISM. : it; tiV
|\!!: abandon the same; but continued to reside on vnsihly furnish the genuine work. Beware, therefme BY I have levied upon and shall expose for This.is only one of more than four,thousand the Cuntdas. A. '?!. UiI.BOVLING ../ .
' ,of false copies and imiratiimn,which not only cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's S&r- ,Jl;
:;j: said frontier South of the line dividing Town- may lale)before the Court House door, in the Town :
i'J *:? ships numbers niue and ten, south and East of bE ewcijthled,but* dkverni! All infringements of of Jacksonville, on the first Monday ''in March saparilla has cured-The most severe and .. .
the in said Act of the ropyricht are promptly prosecuted; and cheats' next between the usual hours of sale'he chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary
u'cr.1' base line specified 1842, will only sell altered or abridged copies.' This is the- ((1849)) ,- 1. : .
;I.4P:; i: thereby aiding to effect the objects of said Act*, only original and true work-no other can be genuinc following described1 property] or so much virtues : _.Lj :1 L 1Aji4'4;

4 wt!. Tix:-. thousands of copies have been sent by, mail with, :hereof as will satisfy the State Taxes due Bi.icLWKu2sIsx.rD,Sept34,1847.Pa. Attn *
c
:i :ss4'u TOWSSXND-Dear Sir: I have suffered
perfect safety. theeon for the yearlSAB vix:
At Newn-rasville Alochua Thurs ,
County
on
ALLEY.
, '. '. t. 12ih October 10 days.At 07 Copies of this work will he sent,in a close envelope The half part of thit certain tract of land terribly for :nine: years with the rheumatism; .i 3.I'-zf. lTf .;
day, ,at single letter ,to psniCj. United considerable of the time I could baa *recently'
postage -
Pond on Monday 23d any situated on the King's Road leading to St. Ma.ry's not eats! el: THE Subscriber
October Long 10,J Lrvy ve. County, States, for$1, sent post paid tn .;r Ga. ; known as the Piles Place, containing or work; -I.had, the,most distressing pains, and i Wav a'BiUiaJ'lwflO&

- ': At Alocbua County en Thursday DR. R. M, WEISSBkHOFF, 500 acres, and purporting to belong to Francis my limbs, were terribly swollen. I,have used Iu oInkrpcIoui 5"SHTIt ?pr
Miaiuopy,
>
.4 Box 2710 New York a *f four bottles of ned
I- *November luys. City. vi.Piles." U.lCANbVA, your Sarsaparilkuand they hate by Government., ard, occuptrd !ytJwjr

; 1.t.. *..s. At Augustine St. John's County on Thurs* PCBttCATloN OrriKX 938 Broadwav, New Tax Collector Duval County. done me more than one thousand dollars worth .Jjineairter.f- He has al ujnst fEIisd is1bDd'
,
York City. of .. .I ,much better. Indeed
good am I
:day Sib November 10d. Dec:4tb, 1848. Dec9 -3m so Am l3oiig Alleyj.wbnecjed ithkisst4 ,
, ; ys. .
,, ..'. '-. At St. Lucie County on Mouday 37th'November Jan.6.1849. ; SmA entirely relieved You, are sat liberty.U-use mrnt, and; at present, the only one in JaCkS
. ; flvaI C.antr Tax C'alltt.r'. Hal*. this for the benefit of the afflicted. <. .villeWhicti will be'open tot the Publldc.31>

: v#3 tOdays.i.uleuonville M. REED, TirluVofthe vested in Yours,respectfully, JAMES C'UMMINGS. Ba e
Orange County, on Thursday, BY 'authority me by a7 ? *' ?i ? < ctoerjs
14th December, 10 days. onit&ntiyonhancj a well assorted law, I hareleviedpdtiatdishafl expose COULD .NOT WALK. ,. : grezst trouble and expense afford tbit toot

ji At Ocala, Marion County, on Monday, lit January HAS ofGroceries for'sale, before the Co rt.Houe( door' in th. That Dr.Townsend's Sareaparilla i t1s ves.ry .. of healthy reereatk.nhtr1talbis&rt8 :
: .
10 days.AtCbocochauie. Town bf Jacksonville5.'on1 the 'first Monday in best remedy for female complaint there is*. wmbew arded, 1 ? I1LUtt ., fa

Benton County, on Monday, ,Provisions, Dry Goods,. larch next ((18491))'between the'usual hours ofburg1 no"disputing r thousands And thou#-itu.....ol- 4o1t! .CiJkRK will alwnys.itep land ui.

15th January, 10 days. Hardware Crockery -&c. viz sale, 30ncr, s ofLand, or so much thereofirwjll weAkandidebiUUitedjwiialesthutwere.prostraled. }ctiokt.i UQCdlt83'a'nd 'tiAVfa Mmnd :
AtTiuupa, lliUsborough County en Monday ; pythe Stte'Tate due thereon for thfyei1S48 ..by those_ ;diseases(to which females aresubject 'Ki !fee!>! ednfidrnt 'thai no &nlt'ttSltf

3.O4auuary, J 0 days., ?, Superfine Flour,in bbls and ft bbls ; >. bund d'dafoUowviv: North by1adsof were soon in 'tne enjoy merit'of'rbbnsfr found witbhha in thijlarticubr.: !&.Mfl.Id
Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers sotitIi tnd East health; '* ?*, .* 1 v- fih a d ,
ifl
; ..- At cy iWest,Monroe County, on Monday, Uth ; by ,;
?H- 4 February, 10 days.AtDjulto Hums,Bacon, Pork.F M Beef,Pickled Tongues: BiP tabuCetk nnd Weit iLitflPoth *Itt 1 if ** iNew.YOAK, 8fpt.23j'18474 -, qct,
; Mackerel, Codfish, Salt Rice ik < > .' Plu. owKSCRn-Pear Sir .Mywif .
; to'ibelbngi fo has.for
, 4. County, on Wednesday, lit March, 10, iirporting : George
4 3ays. Goehen Buttoylard, Cheese, Whit Beans, l1agaD Al/A.-'CAWIVA1*" the last year been very.sick", and in a.greatly'reJucedittate !CAIJ&INED'PUTERPAJU8jjg!

All cases presented will be examined, and Irish Potatoes; .. Tax Collector Darn Codnt/1 o| healthvbeipg. re4c&by, t. ;
; and Sperm Oil Candles; ,.. ; Dee,4th;1848. '* Dtc9-.3rn variety cpmplaints,8uchas femalesare liable
reported on interested .
persons are r rntU1o1PL4SDEJ
request. _
.dio have their permits, depositions andwitnees Green and Black Tea.Rio and Java Coffee;: .. '-r. f r. _- !_12 ..t I. -, .. toj j;she got id bad at length that s&e'waVentirevly
-
; ready, and be prepared to their Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; ...f.Stuart's .-,- 4 .. Notice** mi ".' unable to walk andwasMhelpleteasachildishecommencedusing Jthe lrbitet bd htssqMZ7'that
prove
: in Refined Loaf, Crashed,and Pulverized Subscribers? h'atfrf ieeA'qnkfifled yjQurjSarMparilUj And btizcrt tt the lowtaskc
?*. caves fully, conformity with the printed instructions as ;
_ l w**" forwarded each claimant Sugar; -- ,.. THE i of the last' Will and''testa. immediately.begno.Io regain fcer strength, M4 Jxesly.putabdtT21NDtPL4STJR

HUGH ARCHER, Brandy,Rum, Gin., Whiskey, Alcbhol, f urpen mebt of J AME> 1ELL, lIt Aiachua couhtyV her'colnhlaults'left her,'*and-sf ter seve.--1

Agent United States Treasury. tine; dwea ed 'Notice is'hereby givien, to all persons 1al botteaste,j ;c.strk ; sJnilIrcase1Lthough elaflIL'PiMt

Octt 14, 184& nl London Porter, Port,Madeira. and_ Champagne having tlemVnds'f iigkinst1 the estate bf the de it might qgo4 to 4'hs'hit.-. : ut5ts.iietsrs.at4b4i.piI
'ordeis
Wine ,, io be
L j j -i- ceased 'to present them1'wit bout'del Ay to the She used "a number-oif remelliei''tha't done herb

Land for Sole. : Cordials,Confectionnry, Preserves,:&ci utfde'rsigned'DxecuUrs, 'or'iHKeir\'authorised ood previodsty.YonrsrespectfullyJ' Lvt. RQ7 Y'iHt

, v a, c Wxoffer for sale two tracts of Land A Comptae4zsorme&t ofrD'y Gpoct- agent James .'0.u DelI, -.NewhAnsville,:East ..3q -v- JOHNMUTJJBJI, 7.Jf6rftlk tiA ,
,.,,l ,, Calicos, Uinghums, Muslins,'Bonnet cod Taffeta Florida,1 within thetimpreribedblaworthis ,. lLaluiLl .
. ..,.. one of which was purchased from J no. M Ribbons; ,iSheetingsand TDTIIE 4," eOtt2l 4 lflLi ? *-
, LADIE
notice will 'be plead io banof their .i .IIi .
Itowdeu, situated on Lake George, and consists Shirting blrach'dand -.r ; : .flt .i- -
.
l' : unbleach'di, i..t11.VL 9 -t J I q:GRE47J'II4L1 1M.EDICIREwibk. ;
: cf three hundred and less cover7. .
fitly acres, more or Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and
Long Lawn; And notice it hereby given to'all reditbr;
pine land hammock with ft Urge Cambric .Tovzc' 8akth'att I sioereIgn
orange ,Jaconet,Swiss,and cross bar Muslins $" Iii9i u
and entitled
"persons distribution.
; legatees
grove. The other was purchased from William* Hosiery, HdkfBjGlovesj Suspenders and speedy curator incipient consurar on,j d t J4cE8o2'JvILL1 ; Z I.
; claims wjll be barred
that their unk1ezhjbftedwjthint -
Gardiner situated near the above mentioned Ticking Linen and for the general prostration'the systemsno'matte
Cotton &tuinhiaLtoL the
Oanaburg l l. C.untyaUtitDndptd1lJscieited.iJ
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tract on the 3 1 John's: River, and consists of Wine white andfbroirn,Linen Drill whetherthe refiulfof(nherent Beanie, -
two hundred and fifty acres, more or less,--oak &e, &c, &o for-paats rl7 tots or authoriaedagent. HB firth Ji ?.liH utifu prcai sj produced irregularity, illnfeworaccident. tJiokacnTfl1eMye1I84S; .w t -
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And pine land. Vmbrcllat t7.t 1* .
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Gingham, and Cotton,in etcel ,. git-h 11 r-i. I j j
; The above lands will be offered for sale at and whalebone eta
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: ;$ Public Auction at the Court House Jackson airfare 4. CW y-Knives, BcifiBots Raxors vrgoratig eects'on sbehumanfranis. er

ville, on the second Monday in March, A.D Nails,,Hines,itfrKiuves an4F. ; rv M BI TV VWa>* vW** MMV P W -VJ v*w m < 11

rIL; 1849. THUS. J. JONES, iTeaTTrayp f tb, ? > > n.rt-. <> ff, Spoons,-. I 1if tCbarIeatcn 8C. (

I JNO. 8. 13AMMIs.zj Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets,Sawr b the H pbat4wIge Cluiba coi4t4Iitrajji ita iufietirreatcause 21wajt&
JackwnTill,1'.v.11tb,;1b48. '4 Carriage Wrench W Halter. ,
ChainSj.. ots. Kek .
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':: Notice. A few.RiflesrlowpricedPowder Flasks. ; *Aiatnre;to feifllbifctirtificalea of A Gooa AsioTtmMt
kt THE SUBSCRIBER, his* leased th- !f OroctTyTiiWeTf Jan.21'I '. < i !! < *Y> TSfswfiMuf 1 -! "
4 :a1. J LHouse Bots4 ( rrMca' ,Womfin'j! and jChildren's ?/r tfT r* f r iril ( L4! 'ft as u t 4d1 !L '
formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch' ** r7"*"*
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oniHTTitreet h dre4s cases have revortei td us.b' .
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Boots and Shoes
: t1s3-: *. (known V jJ5#, odIkia.jjj. A ,.of all kinds.tr I date, shall 1t1ii1Jtresaed i tun'i) i:eMAtNintfilaV. i1 Jkjto

m Hous ,)f and is nOwprepa eAl tp accommodate varietyof&c. Fancy, ArtkleSjvPerfojaery Medicines 11| present ray accounts and v bchers a*:Ad.mjgtito4f.the WKBf fe to _t,
:who' soffit to'pafronixe ;Kioi-flf n-r 9 'E5t te fSranC1L.RIChard 1vSAl rWliTdaem-Ii off'iiiBrtirHj
I any may himi'and assures Jacksonfille sufiHt :pain :aad with'other
' .,sp them tout no.pain jfjirbe spared, to'ensuretaeir'couifoirtl. ,April 15.1848. !mly Is..ts.ofDnv46unty,1de uItohe IIcr difficultet, and faaVic Cota1 .. w sedIfl/ !taed*Bisakt

1.1k | .' ,'A'conunoiipus stable is attach 1 UNS.-.4 ble Judge oC Probate okzai4rco ujityr fora:flnslwttldaeot medicine 1iPefetedI Teaii 1;1 d11aOrcenob4eg inHDediate ptjttta\Ana v* jfrl4
1q.t4 d/tQ.ihe i c) iiiblisbment, and 'everf Atteni [ fi BaJd tttfij ft fIrm wba ter.ba'vTiffdeaia'cidjr tctuasf tie': >

I tlo yiU'b juid'to the,]horscs'of those travel De9.ONDONtPORTEBAZWSCOTCH ixe.appiy ;ofin > ofcizr' Extr'aof&sifld W b if % iw :

'I, :S i 'Jw tuay jtlnk proper to stop with'bim./ OIIOWed the directions vorae1bfa.i *
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