The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: March 31, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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t ; Milpf'the: .expiration of jh\ioriginal duvipr:jpf AN"ACTfo'allowsubirstencefoefrtnln, rtnin-t foWy 'eipnt/slnlrtibf: entfilnl) to d rn:'J'd and biEh' iu'>prrprftated with alkali
the 8 iid corporation, but the ztpe ih'all cuntinue .. *"-*" other- -* W **rt f \ ie.i e ttje' irot'lrf tlrir cattle-arlnki
for.1I in U sa.jtnd voIuoervbo bate. .LtenpVlioners roe nniouut)fha :'thejr,*ouduh Oa' iJ
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;c.L' I' antI CrrJiVW*, : I t ou time, expired, .,.U. CUll lime",.ln'ftcf'uod: r' assembled.'J 'That the Stat'ffiffAttif&MCongress Approved Jariuary 6. 1849. ; >*-re- jtetW.. SLr,4.1 ,
,rid iiytirtue of' tbiii aci-until othtr. ulull be proper accountingofficers' : 1.' f i& -
.4 uTA.ltiiWMF.lWi; > V OHnj -* uertLetiatruej4 tkf ;
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!! dlilj, hOk'Din, their places. : R csotimojfv ill aihbrt tlme
'WIll b. 1Qtffted g.tui [ I'PBUC No:3) feniybBVw Ii,
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-All tL'ip'u. ApjToTtd February .26. 184D. .. are. ; pay, jn m< .
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of the Lli'itul Stilt e in ,be'tJ .:ricI.1u.Co1tllui. ,. alfthe. wayltleiwda"art
A .t'Tt' C. ilLU n. pteigi "dill. oa.:* :epl.ruTed| bird" M.ircli.i lt>45Be OF-c.2. And"be' it furtler trtncted, That the tttiOOrn'; money m t L'"r"fJZIIr.fl'tCo,h' : i&Alfcing:...:" 1 Ee Hler'aa flf If'}i
-- I heziefitsprovidid l,y the first section of.tbisact wi8eappfo naje3; for ,the pufptgse of,defrisingtbe
-- it iitacteil by th* &s'azeb4dilduWofkep.r'es'tftLvts : | | flir1 .ofLer.. aotelope. and
BY AI T1Inni'rAI'TIII \'. of the United Slates o/ Amrri&i inCiMgreSs extend to the legal r'presrntatire.ofeukl eipeiishi of a cert-ifn.delegation,of(.'hi very uume'rous onneroete; : f, .
ossrncd, That (runs und alter tlr bt, pewHlnili.nruo'd their Interpreter. in co 1au'.ams b.teudof oieo, and r .
JtKD IUCC1'IO\N: .I.y.ui! J.uUiry, eighteen ,hundred and >fpry-: SEC. :t. And be it further enacted Th3tt' ,, to'\VHBbiiigtoncity i ,upon )>usinei a sir their >long.-. tl.jni.. 4 I
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SKCUKD: SESSION OF eight the fund of the l'ro,ident Aisocutiou, smie evidence a. i. now required sza11isb wi'h' the government oftlTc "United $fatf ,. rvi-. 'i1tS RIJ'r 1lw.as.. I ;,.t'
IE'J' IT the furs of service shall be sufficient
fl. > ib'eir expenses'whitstjpnpigeO in such bu.in I
of Clerks, .b.all be appn pri.ttt-d wtid p iid. to .
Tar TnwTiETii to est-hlbh the Let of imprisonment, end to in iheritj and orf.tbfi home theniney '
the families! deceased ILl saber *.t the lollow- return Wall inltoD J
--- authoriie abd require said accounting .officers 'to,be.paid iuto the of the chiefs' corTUponJe1
wit To the fuinilies of such im tnb handji .
13 lug to : -
[rl.IC'-- 1 rAieSj unnztdrs; ltdt
.' ofJol'J tf
to Duke the the first .
paymeat provided by ectidn s id delfgrttion. be .
ad liiioittlin ml tile at that during the first five !r or,to *n:> gent to a] ;
eubsh: m office > r as may ny r.&l cIty b fb'b h
ACTte : o fti' i
i\ : of this aCt. of.wud Tolun- 1 1.
upf.u application r
by Wj-r its :
thrt'cretryof .i
cptioni to
'. of MiflDiri..Snare of their membership the uiiiouui ot the :
tb* S .tf' J'.ars curves DJ.QD.its"i 1i
teer, authorized ,agent or legal representative. duct enid botue.|j.s ,w < .tan'j' : l"
the and Hwse of ubscripiiuu which :h.ti1 h.'re been paid in by 1n1llllos. on ;h.e.. a'y i'"
It it tH/Jt.tI 6y Rep- p.Cin1 !t>fficeeekerr.fi f.
qgaht of if* Utft Stuff t of Am rica in suds member. reapeciiTely. with the addition March Detroit! who shall) allowed. a rr.* onablfe ( > t7i q .:,deerminati t- j .
thereto of centum of the atuourit HO -id Approved .2,1849.PvaucNo.21J pension r.i t', out of- the .
c.mHZls'm l-l. I'tnt so much ui ttlt public fifty per p ", to koiitrisor ft& r.
uJiof the United :1.II's included iu the predisiric' in by them; to tbe't.\nlili ortnenibrr dyiugatany I approprjated. as wforeaiid.Appro for,office"iiutitf iasisftkaiillt: '
tmlF.1'r.tte iu the Slate urI.ollri. tiiue dunng the neat tire years an a idion.il [ ] ved.Pebrtuiry: 2,;1849, go- to tbehe.idif dipatit*. ,Ii';

.ilie witkin the following boundaries, to wit: t- sum ot.even dulLr. an 1. half lor every AN ACT concerning the pay dtpartmrnt. of 1i the Psi1eiaofthe, UnidoIu: applieatibniv' pi/fin/ Hid h.
flegiining at the point on the northern houuJrfjof q't.irtcr oi e ch of uai-l succetdiug year.; to : the army.Be ..id'give ais.iapu1itgg ;
,. the (families' wiuben d ing at ullllimr'dur 'it enacted the FnJot'Dnil 'House A PHbi'LAMATION. ,foJ
lb* Mate iutcrsitted ltv the line It > by f fjtrprr.sentatitts tbousaiid nektr. after di" .'.
w11 rinses thirteen and fourteen ; thence ing th't next .ucccetliu; ten yearn. ..u aaddi.iln..11 of five t'rnittd.Sta ts 'o of America in Whereas by an: act.of'the Congrew of -:thouij.nd"tfepe '11 '. Tt : t-_

ioa& atonf that lint until it in uechllh. linetetiKntownfhii fuut of six duil.irs andtw,niy.five cent* InCetvry : Cinzress a'-embled, That the' ply.II"p&rtlu"nt'or United,"State, 'of the tenth January, ." the a'Iusinitrationwiflj :1'
*fifty-five and fifty-six; thence qunitier of each of said suuceediisgyer*; I ItO the army shall consist of, P. vnit twenty-three! and twenty-lour; I hence : the .:.mtlu.:jf uivuibera dy.ng at ny time I who sh ill 1st', the rotnk coiontl( i
4 4t north alun.c the last mentioned line to ike nortb during; the next kuciding live ycar, ait ad.1 pay and allowances us are at present provided h"IVin the State of Newark." the .. t 1_ ;'-,
4I I u boundary of the, State; ; tlu-nce east with dition.1 sum oi five dolLrs, '.or. ever.v qU.t'.i r. I by law, and the a me I'Dnre'of' office IIi of ike United Mates, on'the recommendation .- k f'
Eli I bomi'1-ry line to 'the beginning, sba'l b. e.ich of.ii'.1. 'JCC.tAlUl years ;i. lo the funtilieaof .' the heads of oilier disburninjc 'department of the Secretary ofthe Treasury i. authorized Cents, ?*t.r !r;; EdU t

formed iuto a nw Lud district, to be c..ll.,1 th4Clurion inei it>ers dying at any time during .next 'I the truly ; two deputy P"ym .tera, General, u'eIIll.to the town of Whitehall the sam* \| I .IUOI't', puf.liabn... ,qi_-, ;;
"- ; !IIi"i ,nc';" and for the ..1t"! oil he pu,- succ(eding ten years an'additional aunt ot'Ii x with theume nnV. pay, ,and allowance a. nre ilepee as tarP conferred on certain ports Ii. !,the greatconvrnlencef tkpik .
lie UnJs within the. district b-rt'hy constituted ,loll.iM and twenty-five cent for every quart .., now pro1'ielt'tlhi: law for such officers unit the in;the seventh'nectiou- an act entitled ] : ..isauing fit?rr.cpin' *oh k'

I 4 lan'l office shall be established .it such most "r of etch of.iid ttuccce.ling ye.m; and to the | sins tenure of office' as officers of like grade in act .1J.winl"r. b:ckullOD furei,in menb. nt. each., Tibia prrj&t.ia
wiihin the sti-l district as the funilhes nieiutier. dying at any time after the j other disbursing department of the thee in the bo
tiBTfuieni phce ( army; exported original packages, to ( any one,.i ;,ouyaaka ft; .
Pre id. itof the Uai'.ed .St .tes m de.-ign 4te. thirty-firth year, an additional sum of twelve I I.11J1IIIr. and twenty-fire paymasters, with, the iwniennk. huahua and Santa F.'.: in' Mexico, end to : find thatsucbcoiuwue._ 4
s-ec.2. Avlbe it further euJCteJ, That for the and fifty cents for every quarter of I pay and allowances as are.now provided .British North American provinces 'adj the eotcopperapr,4( 4,: .
office ia the Uu-1 district her-by created a r' each of s,:id succeeding year>: no 1 b.al. at by law fur such officers, and the sjme tenure of I{ the I'nited tatPl,"posted ikied March, had each ttaftici"Dt't1lRli; .
filter and reviver shall be appointed by the the end uf the fifth, tenth, twentieth, twenty office as officer of like grade mother- di.burxj.j hundred arid forty-five in 'the. manner Thns.to'payop'erat:,-..
Prnidc&t by and wit b the advice and consent fifth, thirty-firth. j.nJ fortieth'year, respectiveIy" :' departments of the army. That it bill Irt bed'by the proviso contained iu said section. ..ndt r ceive-.tw" tHii :
fihe Senate, w'shill Heverally give bond ; every member dying at either of those |*r- t duty of all disbursing officers of the p.y \Ddo'wh.r.the;Secretary of ilae'Trn.1 .; to pay two cftata fi"
anj security, according to law. beibre entering iods ah ill hive provided for his family out of i department te renew their bolds, or furnish hns duly reeommtnded'to me the extension iint7piianTtI; ?recglte iI .

Iii th diuiu of their reic..ive officer The) the funds of th.auoc..tioo the IUo lit seven- additioniil security, at least once in four years,. the privileges the"law .aforesaid to'the to.pay .three
ihll receive the sime compensation teem and ty.fiv. two,iundred and twenty-five, four hundred t.or as much oftener III the President way direct. I Whitcbvni; In the collection district of in hang>. &C., ,.&'"..
fudomentn. and ph-U penorin tnil.lr ilw its, !iiI .eventy-five, five hundred and Mveutyfive That the officers the: PUT department, provided I plainHn StnteafNew Vorkr : : 'j1, :

ltd possess th. same powm wich all other reg- eight; buulred'au\J twenty five, awl one I for.4>j the first,section of, this act, .hall Now;.thereforeJAilES K. POLK, : .-The:l Q,p.eaa
liters ta ii nil respects governed l>y the Lava of the See. 2. jndbc it f"rltwItted in it, with j jt Pay rat st'' General now in commission the IecleindpsocLsltss .that5' he port of Wh t t"'R. hauaredcowswjiao; i'.:if1 I

Uthed States proriiiiug lor the. sale of the public he consent 01 ihr.e-tourthsof all the contributing i fifteen paymasters wbowere in,,service uiider'tb ball in the C'UIIHJi h.dlltrica: of Cbamplnin; : ,.weighs. M74pwJMs, ;lCfir

]; Un Sec.2.And be it further cMeted.Tklit the comnaiiontr bf i incrcafr'ti'diuiinishVti, and 'subsequently war with Mexico and ten.pjyuatten 49.be se- I lo all the'privileges.extended to the' bt p -iid eighiea3ttcbi3 '

of the General Ltud Office shall cause altered; a. in..; be deemed warranted lectM from he, additional paym:islera now in enumerated in the seventh section of the d..tljl.IJn_i .
to be transferred to the land office hereby created or required by the then existing fund ofthe service, and the thirteen paymasters authorized aforesaid,'from and. after the date of tbiipr AiIinburg,' ObiV. < V>,"
.11 such book*, mips recur-In, field notes Elocution: Provided, Thit any and every by the acts of seventeenth of June;. eighteen lamation.! trffered for and .obla&s&tf,

and p11!., or transcripts thereof, relating to the such act alteration, duly attested by tb. presiding hundred.and forty.*ix, and the third'.of. March.0 In witness whereof I have hereunto set :. "
t surveys and entries of the public I DIllS in Ihi and recording'officers or the association. eighteen hundred and forty seven. hand, and caused the. seal of the United S
disra'cr,u' in.iy be necess.iry fur the -.lc of the .nd under its ..l. shall l.e filled within ten Approved March 2, 1843. to be affixed. JIi4zisert& "za4A;

public! Liods. in compliance! with the provisionstfftisact. d.iys nf.er the ado' ijtt thereof iu the office ot Done at the city of Washington,Ibis ie t to !tbeYI1or14,
clerk ofthe circuit court ofthe' Uis.rict of Columbia [PuJSLlc-No.22.] diy March, in the year of our : t'r is 08.lemma r4- c6uidrc

1 t ROBT. C. WLNTHROP, for the county of Washington, whose duty AN ACT.to continue the light at Sand'.Point, one.thousand eight hundred and f They have had frqusit '

I Ipeaktr ofthe House of Representatives.G. it i. hereby nude to receive and record tke on Long Inland. [1.. s.I! nine and the !Independence of bfin, lve,. Probably Mr.W.b. .
). DALLAS. .*uie iu his office. United Mates of. America the instead of Abbot >Law;
Yin President of the United States and *>*c. 3. And be it funk enacted, That any Bit enacted by the Senate and'House of Representatives third JAMES .K. POLK. .i .
the United States America ia -
of of .-
President of the Senate.IpprovelJ.nttaryJ6 member oi tbS uM ciaiiou who h..a been, orauy 'By the President: *
ItfJtf.JAMES. here. tler br, reawved I'r"iu oTice, uiuy nt anytime Congress assembled. That so much'orih.f.oI' h. JAMES BncHAWA, Secretary of State.. ; .-*i'try mail, bringa ea iaff A
of the third of''March
section of the act eighteen
K. POLK.Pcauc hereafter, and a.t.-r uch removal, di cou- fDf'Dle'Je.IJDI of iadi naiiea- '
hundr>'I and forty-seven, entitle "A tract .
the funds meMSure.-baveJeirfted-
smut his quarterly pvyuaeuu to of AnerlcitnA ...'
instead forfeiting i. authorizing the -nctionof certain Htht-hoases, : (Canada ant; he Ilrituh seV .
{ -No 14)) the teftsocution, anti itt,th.reby. .claim for damage w... recent lY before : '
and for other a. requires the light
iu the purposes of iiPiijj ,.
hitf provide c -
AN ACT into execution previous puyiwuls a.
to provide carrying in thecaseof Miinuel X. Hitrmonr
'at Sand Point, on Long Island.to.. be discontinued gnu, o
s-tid I &herbrookey there is h& oar
ia the twelfth article of the with original &.incorporation ut assocutiou
part treaty of the Sautit Fe who while
traders, crossing
be...n I it i. hereby, repealed. : in.t the imquity
sh .11 .
there be
klriico. concluded by suck cli.cuntiuu.1uce p.nd to Ctftnfri
at Guadalupe Hidalgo: March 2. 1849.IPuas.Ic.No.. plainrto: Santa Fe with a rain valued at S8b I
the of such uieuibvr. at his death, such Approved the p-tyment, at tfie expeaii'
bit Wl"tdtv the Senate anS House of JitpretII1ltWu family 000. at.the raineucemeiit of the Mexican .
fftke Uhittd States off America in Canesrmbled. MM amount of the .iid funds at they would have was overtaken'by detachment ofU. 8. tr losses' incurred'ty boss trtjs>

lff That the following sum. ofnitn been enlitled hid hi. death occurred at the ( 23.] andortlrretlti'nsurc'h in their rear.to Santa' th.. ?. government,' 'aa*"
he discontinued his AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act for ; in.their wicked and snibftjo "
be and the time payments. .{
j same are upproprutolvutofany where after some detention, he,was allowed '
money ia the treasurr neiotb- )-. .. And be /llrllu""aad, That it shall authentic Sing certain records," approved dep rt IIi .ill for the northern province, driven fY loyalist'ota1 !

I ITEM spprupri.ite, for the purpose of c-irry- be 1w"ul.llr: a member ol ..id association who February fwenty secotid, eighteen 'hundred Mexico.. Whill on. Ibp, raid, his train Was. .confiscated prppeity.-r i
in'oeiecution.. iu p.rt, ihe twelfth ar.IC.eeftht na. u,wire*.. chil,iren to dcxi uate hi. widow and forty-nine.1 gain i 'overttken'.and tiresstd< jnio the service L instance of any 'mantfetta / .
treaty between the United States and t* entitled to receive the whole benefit olhLsmeuibenhip Be enacted by the Senate and Eovs of Representatives Got Doniphan. The t.,ia:;..n, w..gons; llion in its faVorl-5fi f 3ff

N'.1ico.aide and concluded Guadalupe Hiddp : if OQ widow, his children, or such of the United &c.ttf./ in C *i the Momd ,.y.ofFelrn.irjr iu tfieye tiftbetii a. he y.defcigaatr and inu child assembled That the first section of*the and nflei ,it .h1.d' re.cheilCbibti.tsu.,
Wfl': :r l>.rl. eigh tea huh Ired and (oriy.ei&ht ; nr children then etch {tenon or persons iii hem.y net entitled tAn act for authenticating certain claimant, ..yi= they were mpletely hr .-The Union: of Gertsaar

Fit {i.ytnrut of the itut linent an.l interest designate (or ad?pi,) ;by given no.ice, in records" approved Februnfy twenty tecoml, I dow Iwl unfit for use.. \r.: H. was tem !11 : by .one,L.JL % .>
;cli: Mill. ...II.lu., ubdcr s id' attkle, on 'the writing to the 1'lWiJput.ucJ board officer' uf eigkteon hundred and forty-nine, be, and the tn.',1.:,. his meirtTi .adllAe t.i>re. where it .. ) : ,advertise' that as the laon-.-.
.Virnrta:: : .|.y of 1't in the ,e.lr IIf our Lord.u the uauie or ii-imcs of such lter.oo or person. same is hereby-amended as to read.follows: I afterwards seized bjr tb; Mexifan (Ioiuunse.I : of Germany!,perri 4'riar

I seven hundred and twenty thou"a ilt' the oripiiul act o, iucorjKi ration, and oi the nf Representatives'of the Utated StatiS 6J Ameritca. heifer ,.. cItizen,of'the United States. b'is ; off ot b'b;rwise thoroughly' .
. "'b ',a';II.tit. ct of the.third *u( II&ft'h. .eighteen huudreti. in Conzrns atsembieJ 'J'b..t it may und sliaTf right. to .trade." with foreign country' inilucemeat to spi i1Io, "

) i pijment of the instalment and interest ltd tWI'a&1.fi,. aiueu-lu uri ,thereof a. is- in. be lawful for the'keepers or persons having whtcn'the nation is at War. Mr. H. claims Ibc i-ffew 30.100, florina 'for tkft

'lek will Ml due, tinier said .arlicle on theIirtie coi.sisteul wiihthr provi&ioti. of the act,' be custody of law., judgments -orders, deererLjunuls. he It.arted'Ut before the war wa" declared, Ei4icreror Austria 2S,OO T
i '. (\ 4 iy of \lar, in the year of our Lord tnd the 81me i. hereby, ..:. correspondence, or othef public documents this is of no'consequence' he was informed ; of Prns ia, .ooo. for"aay>: t
'ctt'ru .\pl'I"JYNa.lrcb 214L, of' fornjrn or its agent., tioD. tbe or Duke. and.10.000. forth*,
hinlred and tiity, the {um fthrernmboa any government the Ilfcl'r of.war:by troopa. by si
hundn-d aud forty thuuand Ilu.. relating to the title te lin-ls cbimed by or under be was.overtaken. The Committee 'on Clatim.r"f'portrd WinifiKhgiaHz. 'FCf'tlie pay; JKj
r UFp, I.'e PruucNo.. !B.X .) tnv United Mate* :on tne uppliai ion ofthehe.d i in favor of compensating' him1.f VthloSspf premiunw. themem rs: |!

I 1 1nrort Fbruari"e 1 MI. .\ ACT m.'iappro1. ; rufiuus for,lire pay. of one of ttte dep&irtments, the Solicitor bile tennis su1ch.siialieernt ; their fortune and their'hoxtI '-

men I .f it' vy jlln.joll' for the ye.ir iti'liug the.Tr :..u 1;or"' the'1'onitnissiom-r'the Genertl j4'plaini of redress: tor the.detent ion, as :- :

llT;Lt-\U; I.T the ihiriift ofJ une, u1 e'tnousfctid'tjigbt h'uo.d..J Land Office; to authenticate the gume under wz s incldfiit to his expeditipn.., -f a4It$ a ..J .J
r rn'4tey I Ilof'lJ' fir hand aud seal and certify the same to: : ** !-A .
I I Pfitend'the provision, of an net.. 1' f., his NGh4i tkns. popoIwsqj T
IA, third oUl.lrth. eighteen Lundn Bit enuctt'ioij the Senate aadHouzeofR'pie.CItIU'LC be correct and true copies of such hwll..ufir. late ann arm.etingf 'tlef 4
'11 I,:orfy.4eten. lor carrying iuto tfleitt the 'of the United States ojjlilittiea.in'Co"- n'if'nl. ord fl'Jl d'.jOllrD;'12'.eUlTf'Bpt1D''c.'C'., "' ssskr. .:...r..I. iy. to confer ori'GenZactJ";

?r ft totn)41ttl with the ti.tt'1 of'Alab.iniu gress atHinbled. i hH.ikeioliy!tug1unw be, .ud nr other public documents; and when the samf; A.correspondent of the ;I'lvviilenc'e Iournai\ 9 y.df pee ofM p...>".
'natod cut of 'any shall be certifieil by unr. American minister or a shying of Queen, ElisaA .
I II aipJ.i with ttogMrd to the five jr"Jf he ..tine I1reht're'I; ,pproi .elatesjhe'l tollowingiuciiieu.!: .
I !.raDII Mud .| boot merratiotiB. iionry ,iu th'e'tre.18urfnut ut b.rwieapprupri.Intent enNui umler h'm hand an I seal officecr by identified. f wjh' the ?was riot!fit pnetieVlfl }
A jettrade
: gentleman; long \
eit'e.thi4 /1 tAtUllt "IIi Heh'p I .,'ed; frtr'tne'p rnyirnionaOr. : th- rjidge of one of the U nil tol States courts'nnder uvreIs&1oiitis '-. ,and the,8tali.SOCM t
! "H4djj 4f1ll.-it : eiidingtheihifl teth of Juue-one thousandetehOiundreii hti hand Mud seal, to be true copies of-the ori. baring ea iy as ,1603.afXer ,step farther, and cbnclodM
Utaied if '
ut ,
nltl year ,
.Dome. J5. n uiicce,4uI D;.r.Hail v *
C4n and fifty r the nhall be sealed up./by him and d i i'. rd.N
ij ginals same .
j Ilj'I.lf.ll 111 the Jvruvi&un oi -All f ui
iI bought toeularge his itj.hch' !lC1lie.& '
I tiIneLLjl lid pn't:1tdrfitet: td e..n1 To i jay invalid. pciufons, forty tbeusund dollar rKurnrd to the SolicitOr of the Trf"urYi.whu ariiou by'entrriUK )inio uibtr -tufrc-mtik bu ,n. Soei.. .;
his office, it to .. which. G
ihearimeMn ana'cause r
ifi'ct. shill file n. Taylof
1'O. tL" .tt.tl'Lb I" end Mist.:1eziiting *V l l .his .
1fI. ; ufrs. He soon became' eifLugled '- rel ?
: Te .the pension* of wilvalitd orphsn.of be recorded in Hbook.tone kpt for tfcit.purl them.-N.-Y.&t 9-
with thus Mate iwj _
p''Ct& lion unfortunatesmercantile Jumse
to om *
'kF1.d and uutinesfilty A of said laws judpnenls,:orders,: .-; ---- 1., It.. ..
offitxr. geatueu !hu"Ul1ud' ose. copy -r7.xi i4
to.tu fiT<> tier eeut. fund atnf theM audfuund hiinselt debtor totheamount Tb'
a Iol .other,put.IicdunwntL .. -. e 11.. t'1'. ur. Jb? -
.Pprued eeL third.*ighirom -- .I. flis .Icrees/joUrflalLaTitSl)6fldCflCr This have him of, ,
t ,Jd"tIRfI.. To :pW the' pensions or.inTttM who werfwouudvd sor fil..or ef the SUM so recorded SV10OOQ: O"Y-lll"'u. bt--rll.lllriumr' ctail than hisice-hj-uaes did., liut hokne
: ever ..hU
t eft J
hra tease sli13thLtht be readjnei'knCe in.all : oftbs1rif,.
j eZeu4ed 'so ijn. lH.rJ of prifr te in s id bookmay .. i ).
;J' eIhMb the stat I : :that fiutjsi&fl never, ,won ither.fairLsdj I "l'f7.1T then ftfusn -
ctXL&ILAHA three
Ure rUriiain' .b retbt.titl.'to-i1ftcl cWAedtyir-uiider
te ihre wairwiIh <'ourt
tf the '
a tpidv-bicrtditersbwt
It'lli'll potthj l.ct'f nobleeiierprixe. ,110 were ta* father Wsd'
1 .In tr iiiiitid it U"ri; f t be OiiUedi J$tatetr mtjr come intor qustionpqtiLIltb '
which lo mukenhv stied ion- :tbey.wouhl give,him tiw. utid pot bjuiperIbiiuat '
ad th ori inafs thereof ft ** 0 .tf'.m.4J
t.l bJ the aetl', tll.t Ariru: : ,'. .areb., :2t84, U.)
tllida lIt"L''ril preceding ;. : 3Liieh2Lb49..J "< ,>, *? -" ibe.would, p.jJho. ibolfprincipal. ..,COD.I\I.-r#d the aaari :
PJlrhtll u\lo.-Ol.. ,- -' o' .,. tAppiOil -. : 4 "; tRu ,inttrest.; for, 13 yearsJhaboi5cdiforit:) ,': *n'a'L hadtIwoyeaboiii: : l
PUBloIC-SO.t' -
Ill hbraar.. 6., is4 : { : :, t;,ear m..le the;;closipg p..yuienton$2IUiOO j pld 'ntlepunirdaujhleri, .
-' AN ACT decl.ra'.oiy6riheti.ctforlfneadmij"' ( 'i.l1no x-PrBttc- o. 2.] : principal, und nboui\3U, QO iuUreii.. ;,.H 10 lib _
[ .uc-'o. J6. ', bioirofthe.Maironowa'inloilitUni& ; '_' !Ar RES0J.UTlj7N relating to the corapensaffon i.:did it in hut_old. b\.justhejco king of tin I t... 4 ',. :
I 91.4n Mi1itau '0 the a r eitlileiJMei'"An act ;& Vetfcted bfit Midtfrkdat'fa offrvr* f persons appointed; deiif r.the Votes'jmiileit '.f lQhe.,., lie sold hc1trgiu' l.h'.I rtat}soutbi .

>, rate thYIhiTitOi);; '.nlria. satdttoes 'ikU4vGu4..f4RieZc'J1oha6euiettiliZ1 :ii&1edt"A'U I 1't?JiIeDInwlXicr! J Y'4t i..Jft OI'a 'I.tht'aP.JjlJobt..- p/ices. *jn theAati'ffftfit;

, !It.'O.D St riirti,I'iicrt (;llp nJ'." ., "t .Th."'J the.' .\t.Ilow. i.\. :. : ,""10"4 b.. P5,4Ut4iftbeStUt.4 : ;iept ,r.e 4. f f.T>'Tr\_; 1 tl, ,j tbs: needea 1 : '" auch'a.codification 0/U ft. i b
; r t. l B Wu'PI $" f I a I.on, ,lij ,;Buolrt4jJ the Senatt.isd H."i JRtprmll I at.shouse, iff.the f riuas cet ;: of the.traJeIrtcured 11-enabIetboicpers6s1a't
t4sZwecfhe. VedLi 5aV ipproVd December twentyeighteLbteVn ; afdund his t1l1'aI JhI\Ur .,
c. lii .fArneswa UI she hinds ioWiz4M.atiI j> ?
l.SlIIlU.fi ..1'.t
t7zr1e4rlmrate :kCtb,1tJ. ,..JA.i': h'und rVd-nd fortyxr tb* U.. Statiirjjtatibf ,I (6Mtnef-ia/ so,w ueh of anlact entitlett An ,' erywberaTaafn q me.!put. : :pfta. '
} :: the "n.f"UulbJtIOJl t-' h :Aln'anarrot .t 1tJ 4p11C4QnlOT! tbiu1pOrt6. cti act niJ.king ppropifrtionrfoT! the civil aDd clw ;;an I2IeJ)14thL192jUIe_ and iree of tJP.bt.l_ ili ; 'fi I 'A
, : P'IOWD Ste.&m P.. C-r '. It. 'tii : ii a' chooTa zilads In the,eOud u Kovernmeilt for the;.jejTending I ..biaJl'8 r9 .7 AI -;>L- ? ;.\.resileots icPa'Uii..rli1. t

te etI'l.flhinl. Mbhi eljateeli'.uUDuTCQ'.DI' t..t..p. 'r:6.'J' 01 she'1 f Mrticle of.dre'QuiititQti o(t.iiI plbtttotie,the expenses'thirtieth Uy of June one tliouuutleigtundt1' pf ,Calcutta. ;protnted him,wiih., ; 'reprQQCstoui :: .f : t4r. ,
!'l.Dt' aDd ht' ; : thef fi f" :t f'hirt\l '. e'stf pt fort7.lIiae for other ;4t4ruC, ;I ::sape -1.,
trtb' C ItIDUed iD t" ltforce'lQa '(.ctl r'tr tb ialei'of the piiblie Iandr.itbiri5the8tattof purposes relates to the compensation kbe and to retain him'III that tnarket'V. .-. r !

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-." -" ._ -'-- .- r.rww.T .. -Th U 1 H'rurtberEreia
" T--" 'i-r-- -. _, .
i i: "" rn.r. the,agitation .of emancipation j :ifBS injurious .nn' ..E.r 1 t-'- .exiu- r ; T; .,

-.I. :w. f.'t l.t,, ... .l 1 __- ""I !.. j,t_ .iQ aa the ngilationuof a1iti-Q 1 y ir- rT3sr'" p"4 We' iae lng the receipt f. APPON tW" Br 't
.: hl > *PL K wpf t, -o' A'ZI F sApttldatt and since
b\J' t
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, ; ( fl14
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: H./nJ.tJ t. 1Jt 7th't ; 1. BritiskParliamefct !"/
The .
Sbought the by large maJontihaTt th 9I' Mobile
'.1' io LegitIie1Ktc1c :.,__ & at the --R. ,
f". E .". : .. ...i resolved accordingly ''TheYi1Cne decidegjjtgaint ectCjhe IM"reform and retrenchment 'British' M !a .ffjtttero from Havana 4iana ana ETU3Of.Ms1a,1cajab 1'.1Dt I' t
W; tnd Pt : lpo ilU n for the abrigs/d'h' Id.na' rlf rt t
ng- by another
'j'Ji! \:4frt1: .. .. .d.< to bt 9mtQbatoDers oDder ,
} and tion of the Navigation Laws meets with very, tb .
'. : t slavery was a system requir- British steamer;the Dee, Capt Allen. fjftj f
e :: J '.1. favorable gress1849i Stat i,10;.TMot. S'
o t. genjertUftvjprthroujhpjjt Europe 'Dcta .
: TheeicApm.wJzichwt .b&
,'' -10ft. f '11 fl.{.: ed--the.nnited eflbrt:ofjall the'ding .lav hOt; Lrwl entitled c.d
... .l f'r_.' ': __. g 4 _., 'f'1'l ...," response expected from this country. abound in complaints against Santa Anna. The Uin stipulations An-acttoCll'ht "-
: States to protect it in each. Mr. /....; n..1, State and General Governments are called 't L'J CI 3f':1849 ap.'on10 States Of44i3.J.5, t.t'
CKSo \LLEtA. ... ,. TheezDggrneat continues tagath pronpqncf perpetualjbanishment against apq ., _.
1 .:r1 ZJ3_; 1_' _" _: l z iikrtew..sotoo, .but. advisesKen'ii. -' Of the2d day offebrry; ISt8 t'I
,ir rwaVe him:: His'naiMels swftnrraliyinifcry t''I"
.,I.. I .. : -. growinjTdisposiflon bY'aU" Willlan i, Carerertfiiry on otLenaf.... .
j"n.; i, Mr. Cia,'. ;ieuer.T .. .d. .. I lucky (upt }O continue
T r.JQJ.P.nJb.e.Jlauger..glb FOJD.ing.abat. UUDPYlP.\1.bJio.c1 9.rctUJI P'g. J i Ypl. the Government' through 'its organs takes to Het- C
'''*** < : ;
1; r. ; p li hingtlat.eek., Mr.'Cu': : stances. :into.consideration- <> .,!theprespects.: of con-' 'denounce/fum, we= rz k11" ff1it*> g>: Tebds : t'birleL81nItb'ofQbjoh; 81, 1.t x lt
lie fhe > '
,r.E;' ,. letter we declared that 'hit ; ground. pernicious*. .'. consequenft .' iHi uied tranqull1&&l are more favorable thanhubf tispicion of ibtnVdetignJon'bb p rr.o re* the Territory MinesoU.. / -- ,
argumentrti { h Hr&ii.vt lJ 1 .* ;. : ( are already ; ii'eihibit. T.foi'ib. i .(t r: t mea Mexico l' We i anHdea oftrn.U.&< 4 a
t : and ces. ? these. ".evjl, suggestions .f ," .. ,' .. 0.: A.aroD'. oodrie"h, f,1"D_ I
: ; :. against slavery in favot. Qt emancj.tibrrwas "The'abolhionists'alreadygh ii :.'a.t 'i. I lit.'a Of .'. ting lie'fr Vsi l 1esJoJ"thi.UbJ >but they .Tu stlct,.and Davldgo.7 or.' .fa IT.
:t{ ri based false inadmissa 1 apparent the would ,not reveal, the secret causes of the GOT- d '
on and The accounts from East Indies are as is ane'4i1pr.henatoflna Benjamin ,B Meeker :: t'I
. : : i
.l :
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; II1 Air. C YTS schemes oficolpni-; e we have scarcelyroomto"dayforthemr "
at LA Associat
stated disastrous to the.EngU.h1r.1'greA'battle Jnsticwor tie iS it' I "
b1'groundi'1-thit\ it had r> S'i .
; f present application and exult-in the 'prospect'of,diverting with the Sikhs bad-taken place, in which I United States for'said TerrftV J f.; i1ro IIt:
; ;:'t equally to nil the'Southern: zt. tIon. the English! Arm,'although claiming a victory Thi official documents Iii relation to there' Henry L'Mea fMJnuota.k>

? plates -aud that Mr. CLAY intentionally : the, whole* slave, population 4of had sustained. a Joss of over!,,two_thousand r men,p. rolt'of cot Msrquet, his arrest subsequent the United:States for said Trrft 'j', r
ea caaripnbliibd&butp; ; ss.u too little dI
'States. TheN.'Y. ara'png whom they counted ninety-three officers. general Joshua
:into the Tn1lorotMiDtIOta
(} : mad. a bid for the ,Northern 'vote.Ve'propose ; : Four pieces of ordnance,And four. or. .five. regimental t reat'tobe re-produced here 'He made of the U. 8. 19 said.Territorr to _. C
Tribune thus'clearly J .marks outthe, ..interesttlrhich -, } are alsosaid: 'tp have been abandoned. hi i caiby bribing VteVgetnt of the'guardwitKa Jamet G Campbell,of LnJ.iI1 ,, t 1

:: j \ : to show .more, clearly his the other slave States have and the acknowledgment"made tKat two few "ounces'.11 The sergeant refused to of the pistrict Court of Ui.U.'S' it. ,l I

,.l : : atebhious inte'ntion.V.. propose to -i ( bi more'"such", 'victoriMwouIcF,, be ruinous lo-. their r share thy, plnnderviwltb"rafellow-soldier, and tern district of Louisiana.T" ..J"_, .,. !*, <
in ; ', -- ; d I' the] latter 'peached the
the ;
: ._.
:' question ar nis. 'I sergeant Henry Boyce, OfL jijs&nii
that he with the full' to fA'J i
wrote '
} consciousn v ii now in" durance and will be'
probably visitedwith .
CtIndiaIAff Iu the
; "Tb. Locc Foco. Legislature who; withheld ; U. S. for said district. ., V s1 C

1 : ; thc-* with those of a vast majority* ot.'theOJ ground of their hostility to his Free Soil.principles sia i and'Austria in reference" Italian matters, wise would have fallen upon' Col. Marques. the U.S. for said distriCl .1IInlaJ I
; The war of castes which has been fatal 1t
tcndenclts for ouce..did had caused to .William Bcots
and Emancipation : n.pn.. .1. feeling, and materially:, or LQ A
:iZ citizens of his own State, that: he'.clear- him justice in their, excuse if not in.their! deed. affected comme4ipial'.affairs in connexion with.East"India the Sierra and in Yucatan, hai"br ken lut in- of t United States fur b"t1lttlJ Ie 'e
: *** v Mr'Cla 'advocate ofeeSoil-not( ,aloiieiu .I thesduthern'part of the State Mexico r! The I. Louisiana. .. ft= ..fThomn.
:: the ioultend'enrics.ot. ,is an news.., The English. funds had receded h. 4
, 1.. ? ly/oretaw perni remote California, but in present Kentucky. fulfy '.one pit cent, 'within, the. last. 'fort. news 'wus'c: mmunicated to the capital by Gen.arezwbdiu ., C Perkins,1! of COD cttCu\\".; i
.; his arguments,-and jhat he advanced lIe would free the soil of hiso.wn loved Statefrom1 ni glit'in consequence.-* c Al collecting troops to put down torney of the Unite States ,At-
Lc ;.; them;.for his own 8ggrftodi2e ent.. tendencies_the blight and in curse truth of toward Human Liberty Slavery.His and.7,. ; I .- \ thso! t.fI'e insurrection hta111. and. expected: t' be able to do da Connecticut rd. in' the. ptaee f&jg,** .

'k:: -'On. 'the 3d of February, the Legislature he'does not wait to tee.h w'tb' )jar y ;will,be. Very.. Late, from California Conipliunts' .are flowing in incessantly upon i GaIn SeaSon, Olthe"Diltrift., .J' <
'The Boston : the'Government of Indian tCtI1l1D
of incursions
affected thereby before proclaiming them.. In ; Saturday evening; upon the be Secretary
.:,f"ft:! jr of Kentucky unanimously adoptedtnfc'following the'great 'metrop&li 'of Slavedomhe made up has the following. very late, though ,indefinite frontier, S.t'at.8' and praying, for a force to protfet" State to the Federal ofbeLsgtjo'GoTenatnt.It of'Oenuatd'UlitIt I,

..:: ,:f. resolution : his mind to oppose openly and thoroughly the intelligence from. California, being nearly 'a them. $.

Annexation of Texts; from,that.ssme.metropolis -, month later \1 previous advices: -' 'The Aineridan deserters. were incorporated Cl1lTOX,. ,..J"lCUI) '
f. "Resolved, That we,the representatives of the : '" We :have'seen a private'letter from San with the police force of the Cqllectar-Riebar-4 a'I
: ? his voice again peals through the, land;pleading capital, give in6n1t .Ollolm: 'Orai .
1tmancijiati't t: people; o Kentucky, url opposed to abolition.or for deliverance to those in bondage-for anew Francisco, dated the 20th January, which contains trol ble.to'. their officers by their lawless Harbor, New Jersey, vice.Robm'whose B Binf ]

n of slavery any Jmm or shape jubilee of Freedom. It'mast'. ,be heeded i the latest newt from the gold region. conduct:, :Instead of aiding to'preserve order,- commission expired. 1, C

"i ; : rthat'tver, except as now provided' by the Cpusiitutionjand -. and felt. We do'not believe the Woild will The writer'was1 a volunteer' in Col. Fremont's I requires all the vigilance' 'of the"authorities John S Rhea Bralos SantiaggTe. v (

'to ,}' laws of the State/ atop at'the point indicated by them but.we are expedition, 'was taken:-'prisoner by the Indiana I to'keep the soldiers straight. Office. 41" 1
t :
r.;, '.;;: *Surely the language wan, clear, en- grateful to whomsoever mill impel itfornard thut and: retained incaptivitr: 'nine months-his liberty .A paper'at Durango' reiterates its complaints r Edwin Rose, Sag Harbor, New twk.viei j.

t'1 h' to convince i the far. If the people of,Kentucky shall now decide finally granted him,as he says, on account that a numerous armed force "North 'Americans Huntington, whose comnissisa szpi4,
' h. oJfg even unwilling that slavery among them shall hot outlast of his having been discovered'by the Indians and smuggl n" bad entered the State by ,James collier, SaD FraDmco'Calir. .

.:!: : mind of Mr. CLAY. But we find in the another generation, and that the,Slays. may be be a free mason1 of which fraternity, it seems I way of'Presido del Norte, and 'were in league NeW' Office.SUJtV&YOIt. :

2 .'.Louisville Journal "' free only on condition of their restoration toAfrica many of the red men'were members. with the'Indians ,make a permanent lodgment c

a Whig J paper, a public opinion will soon, grow up : 'The writer had been.very successfully engaged the Jio..Trias. had gone' to Durango for I William B Norris, Philadelplia ,

.t.. :.. .strongly attached to him, a still more which will not only cherish the act of Emanci .! in the gold mines and had obtained gold L troops to.drive out the Indians,'and we suppose Davis, whose commission expired; ,'Titt.fibj. J

",a. < distinct statement of the public opinion pation. but put izsid"t'o7ldii( r. Whenever enough to.ratify his ambition. His statements, I the North Americans' with them. Gordon Forbes, Yeocomico V .,

: the people :Kentucky shall determine be' in.respect to .the.extent, of the gold beds and L The Monitor Republicans of the 21st invokes po inted. .7 "IJiIiI: It, .

.l'.[ ;,..,\ in.lhc State : rid Slavery[ they will find tome directer,way the purity of the,metal, rather exceeds the.mar the'attention of the'Government to the propriety Robert Butler, Smithfield, VinJais.'- CI

;? ,e.. : /ttWe must reiterate the expression of our full to effect their purpose than sending all their i vellous descriptions which.we have: heretofore' 'of diverting the i'aTel'from the United States pointed. TT1Timothy ., 1

; t conviction, that there is not at 'this time 'the' slaves off to Africa. But we thank the man who !I rece Yed.' He speaks of further:discpvefien, toI to'California, fur as possible. to the Tehuiin- : osnUSTEJi' 4

': .:} lightest earthly chance that the State Convention says somuch in favor Ematicipation.and insuch L and of still richer .mines! which. 'might furnish I' te pee route'iu'place of that of Panama. It advises Coggshtll, Newporl Rt-: ::'.n ,.j
1: ?: beheld next fall,incorporate in the manner as disarm the pejudicesofbundrtds; profitable employment as be thinks..for all tthe that the Government should close with 'Ep u Hutchrns.. Concord1 'N '
t N'ew'Co sti tution provision forth, emancipation "It is the first step that costs,".and that Mr Clay' Y menjn.New England. .He, is aocon4.:, the offers; Manning' and Mackintosh to op"n Joseph J Pitman, Huntsville, Ak&: '?;/--* I I

\ : ::1 i: of slaves. We do not believe there tilE ten hst taken it decisively., We trust the.people will I dent ,in regard. to the golden promise of the: the communication! ; which shall make Mexicothe'highway Samuel C OookNewbrunwi; ; .J> ,.
: .
.!. : rtttn&f'that will send emancipation delegates take,care of the remainder-shortening the interim land,..that he.urges biidrien'ds logo at.once to: 'for the commerce' of the world between Thomas Bigger- (

.- '; ?;i. t?\h- Connntion, and our opinion upon' this and decreeing earlier, ,Emancipation I the mines.. ,He speaks also, of silver mines, in. -jO. >the. 'two- nations.. 't..-.'N.-. '0. Pitayune. *rginia. *(n.' ,ppoinhdJ, RitimjjiP .? ,

;.;::1t; abject hw.been formed upon the free and care- without enforced colonization.in.distant. .Africa., which he says there is.abundance, ore ; 'butthis .' Edwin' oI., Annapolis Md. .' .

r:;. idl consultation with the most enlightened men; Courage and Action !. ,frienda impartial Freedom inferior metal' seems to.be an object of minor ', The- :II.ioe j. ,..D..p.r.mi.. -,, ,

:t J4 m ers of the Legislature and.othera, fromvery"county I II' The hour is. about to .tJ'ike-tht knell I regard among the fortune hunters. A good'deal 01'curiosity is manifested to know Appointments by the P stmdttr ,Gtnertl.. J

in the State/' I of Bondage., to be sounded I" ,The wrjjer 0.this letter.has l.ftthe ,mines, the character oftbe Home Department. Janes 'McDermot, Postmaster 1
Wuij'ngton Co.
. "
vto ,
recruit .
his haltba.iid
. ; Observer to wait more(favorable! created by Congress. The following details Pennsylvania vice J D Lett. *> -
-.* 'p yftieo'the Lexington which Correspondence of ih'e N. Y. Trut Sun. weather.for.CirryJng op operations. lIe wat therefore are. II:
William R. Hammond
'/:14. hitherto considered \.W ASIlING'JO ;".l\llr.ch 18 1849. at San Francisco i interesting : Po jtmast'er,1'Berlia,
: b1iS his he described
as or- wbiehjplace as, .4
. is to have, orchester '
. .. a Secretary and a Chief Clerk county, MaryItnJ.; .4isC.M wn.HnIJI. .
., It is said, that Mr. ..Alexander Ramsey, late being full l to overflowingtwith awaiting ,. ,. -' o
persons th .
J"M h clearly the wanton eIoimerat.asaiaryofS61OOO, Iud.the Utterat : -'l! oC "
: ;,! manner Chairman of the, Pennsylvania Federal State the coming i Spring to commence or resume operations .. ," ..
of '
a salary 2,000aud all its -
"/:. in'Which Mr. has Committee-a. most.inveterate place i 'iit the -' ; other officers I .
CLAY put forth his begger, as. diggl gs. ,. are to, be taken from the other > : -.1-
t. ". '. I r know has ? ( Departments I A .r.IDID. 'al', Prr. .il
been nominated to be (Collector I 1 a H P 7aijsbf.
: letter 1- along with the..Bureaus which .
; : :
incendiary : are to be trans -
; the of Philadelphia i ht. ,is
port very ,
likely A remarkable incident has "
Important. ( ferred from them to the jait happeiaj
;..:. : IfMr: Clay had been in Kentucky,.and fulypjfrffetd "It is a poor r.ulethatw. 'w r1f both WAYS,/:' aua a. Home.Departm here, which speaks"volumes in favor oC 8ris ,1
It has been stated that there have been important new Department takes from the.State, D. *
.. }t ) public feeling upon this subject; says the old saw, ;Surely, .the; new:fj'esident'; l, the : is ting institntioBSj-ind proves the filiI duutct "
't adisplayed: in the Legislature elsewherehe-, rule-that all who interfere in'politics should despatches received Washington by partment, superintendence and,control of I of the' pretended friend*of the colored :. ,
the Patent and. racist
:'! would haWmade, we think,the concluding part be. turned:out.'of ..officeis i npt'bated7in.hisbreast : tlie'.Britilh' minister,touching affairs in Canada Office Census-from the Treasury the North. -
-- t- \ ,
." ,. of hft1 letter Itill stronger, and frankly said'at ,) upon high principles. flow .caujt ,be,. March: A telegraphic despatch- *from* Montreal, the, Coast.Department,Survey,the and control believe of the Land.Office,! :free colored roan who had lo&f Jivsd 3 kvt aA
O't849 the
,r? efiee tnat b* saw no hope! of executing' his when he confers. hit patronage upon mczi.withoutchftracter -, ? says: Light and owned property enough to keep him ,
House Bureau from the
\Yar virjcomfortable.
1fr". t libel' ::bow, advised his friendto. rclinqnish ; mind attaiqcbints, other;that. 'The''nbtlllon tOSSeI bill passed the Upper Indian .Department, the with the vrorkhe ,u UfprocmdJesse
: Y.". an impracticable undertaking '. such. fitt1em. to pUy! the part of the unscrupulous House rf Thursdsy, by a majority of four:-' find Pension efficelt-froro the tfavy Department Oxendine by nami-Waai!Jed :wilk

)' 4' SWhat effect thi document it to have upon' political pariizan. in return for which There.was gr opposition1 to the bill.. A.pro* ,the Naval Pension BUJeau-and from tbr idea cf removing to the 'freeSUtea,. <
.:' the remains to be I Ir thi tfiee hold test wat entered by the minority the Executive, the; control, of.th"'Penitentiary .
We s -
: country, seen. believe ; ;< gp 1itcian.} hater rtwards and the {ban a year ago. He accordingly sold all lit I
; .:'' the settled conviction .of the public mind on I them .with i }oprtuni ties to thrust.their arms to Great anxiety is felt about the probable course of Public Buildings. property,took the proceeds, amounting tow 1

.&:, : j11 tjhfrsubject: are too strong to be shaken by the. I their elbows j in the public treasury. o' of the governor general A rumor is current That is, the-heads of these several Bureaus are I eral thousand dollars, and removed, with his
!. In .last 1. : to- that he will reserve the bill for the today report to the.Secretary of the Home Department t
: : j&tehV influence of Mr. Clay's name'or'the lDl .wrote ofrumors of..violent diiagretmentt assent family to Ohio, where he purchasers siai& .
: :;:: strength .of, the arguments. he may adduce.." I t -i I in the.Cabinet, und.have.tbit) afternoon of the Queen. the (instead of reporting, as heretofore to place and intended to remain. .. ,
above named heads of
I Addresses are pouring in from all of departments, retpfetiYely 1
I to add that they have so increased parts
.i'" Jlrn CLAY knew as well upon, and the He found it impossible, however, to oW1i
: < as any* one t that I can now hardly resist the conclusion that the provinces-the ,tone of tome of. which iff reported ,) to Executive.-Pennsylvanian.. work.his applications
t any beingtlvaji.otvtr-
.':.\",'. thVatate of public opinion in Kentucky, 1 the'proviso wing of the Cabinet has. distinctly. as being very violent Many plan. are I. .. ed by the statement that they prefemd Wlabor ,

.. intimated to its more important (uomma'lj) cod proposed if the bill is sanctioned. ,' Thing we A pproye. .
K ? there and that Liberia
? the
: ,
z- nd there was plwfor
yet aysthatii isa.majothy J jutor, that the whiggery to be pracjlis!d by the .The,!metropolis ,is quiet 'at prf|eut;, and no To show that:we are notdisposc4 to prejudge him. y-ltti

...:1 oied". .,:. 'to. emancipation., 'i it 'would be. :administration must; be ,whiggery; recognized movement.will eral's is,be made until the goy.ruorgen'. Gen. Taylor's administration byany."factions Wearied and disgusted, he wrote baeb'III'
course known.Ititstated "
:: .'.: l-S1'Dot ,to agitate the : ftJl' in the 'North. Jihe; > u9ers.cliquers:! ( ) ofMessrs. : opposition, we are'free' to say that we that he wished ta return, but was wintdV
. '. question J' that theminority intend drop thank him for Daniel 1L -
"., Ewing.andColhmerlare! Justnow. bullYing having kept Webster out the gentleman who' had acted ts his prdiu

...\. ffe'aVco, shows. in another" place that he' ] .their more wily"opponents-tnose whourge ping the representation bill... of his" Cabinet-for having 'refusedlto honor that he could not legally do so and t&atif. \
*- ; 1 that the whig doctrine 'to' be Corwin by an '.ppointment-for. .Pennsylvania !
. was aware of the of practisedroust saving did, he would be sold'as a slave-the polkjef
I : consequences agi- 1 .be those preached by federalism in New : hil..G.y..ra..naJa. ; .Ut.I'III.. :from the degradation of a Stewart or the prohibiting.such return. Httrotibackfthat >

!.' .!.r, tL.torl' : : He says that if, in consequence. I I'f. Orleans_ and by the anti-Botts :whigs,of Rich i A file of the Star and Californian, published! a Stevens in- his c uncils--for keeping'Truman he ntuld-prtftr &ein? a skvsiauy

:'rf of:the. existence slavery' a civil war .1 m on4. its said, moreover "that in secret'sessipn -' at San Francisco, to December 23,' furnishes Smith out'of' his household-and for not allowing Southern plantation :to beiagafree* : men itNorth tk

I ,of the'Sehatej; oTer"mor'e than one" :nomination .. evidence of the &ctual'ui.ttnce.of.., civil l himself'to be imposed .upon. by that ; and ,actually did return a :few'. .

5 $.1 sjurtild arise, Kentucky ,would 'bear the : Messrs. Berrieh, Mangum, 'and 'otherSouthern for the preservation of society government aDd c harlnta' Butler King. si nC He wat'immediately; 'apprehended

. 1.t... brunt'or that war. Thus Mr. CLAY: whigshae had angry and,vitUpera-J the'punishment, crimes recognised by every; ; It is true all this would have'.looked much taken into custody'bnt( expressed hinielf pff->
1 tirit discusiiionswith Messrs.. Seward andCdrwin better if he had not offered 1a Cabinet .
; society: ., ofBce-to fe ctly satisfied to get back on any term. *;
: <
.":,'. nlTpVeir l give tjie strongest reasons, whyht.sbqujd.not upon the policy r appointing, ultra proislavery I ."On the 16th,December a trial took place Jnd."Davis, of IR.I..ehusettl-bappny[ before His Northern friends have stripped;Him but
:L : ) hnve written his letter. I whigs on the one''side; and' ultra ant)I. iaerywhigson n the village of San Jose before'Judge Kimball he read i in Constitution that the offer'could I of all he carried off,'as he baa returned perfMt-
, : I sl the'other. It is'believedTth'at'Goy. not .be'made who'cheered .
H. Dimmickalcalde of,the district and good]- over the defeat ly destitute.It .

:. :\, We never saw-- instance-. before. where Seward hal announced ex 'cathedra that empaneled.for the case,.,. of three,.ratn, ,, .named a jury; of the"Americans during the late.war,.toMeredith not Northern philanthropy a.nest,. -

l 1 i. tSjatesman" intentionally refuted his I the Northern Whig Senators have made up th'eir D AVIS,. Campbell,and Freer;, for mu der. The P Glntry;who declared that the President .' thing; 'first it' plucks the colored bllGthtr: '.
1 minds to aid any dissatisfied aeD ocr ti'wh jury had'begun the war:with,Mexico, when then him off ColtanMgraph. X'th
' :? .pronounced.a,verdict' of guilty, and they ships to Liberia.-
:: i iof"
; owii1d ctrineJ. against theconfirmation) of vthe ne'wadministratipn \ were sentenced, to ,behanged.. The sentence he was proved before the 'whole'Houae to have .

L'r \ 's spuihern'favprites: unless'this'ExecutivV.wiil :1 w ucarriedinto. execution the 18th. ihpre-, T'thai-Mexico began it.and to Abbot Lawrence '
: solve : '
: : 'hznyitr r lurrounding of the great mpney.god of the Eastern '
fence manufacturers
,a Urge .concourse of ci iuns. The
l ;;' orE ncjpa\ion. we have nothing, to.do.; ;h.isfuture! iritehtions.by .a'Urfce,nom'initfiigfor; confessed heir, guilt and embraced convicts th I-, who wished to buy himself into'the ,More.Gold.-While on a visit to De.Sot' *

: .. potts'of'trust and honor'.' mor 'or lesiiof northern Catholic faith. Three other J' Treasury by offering 'a hundred' tho sand parish, a few days ago, (says the Csddo On tt"
} e"'himle1f merely intended them for ;' men were subsequently I ,
;.. I gentlemen of the:; utira antf-slavery school.' 'tried. in l lars fo'defeat Henry 'C1 nomination! 'dolt oftbe d ipt.) we heard it from riluWsWvthority .

:. j; thc-clotk whereby he could usher to It is 'evidently the interitidri' of 'the northernwhigt'toi' vi iz: Cotton participation Woolard and Lee. the and samecrime we' are glad there it something in'the administration that there U now living, 'in hI.uborhood **'''I.

;li theTworld* *( more insidous views, and "hehVstmcceeded. : at enee' organize' th friiCc 'fdr' ,t."' twoJatt'er on ,thea4djtjonal, ,charge, perjury., the to Approve; and equally happy. ta express .of.Mansfield,.van .ld ,maD. wh! stert.innst .
i fence.against or aefeuce'of the'admlnUtratlon thatapproval.-Pennsy7saaia aoltmnly that gold existt in ;lai aa *
They also
...' : We snarled I as circumstances shaldisiate.Theit : ,were found) guilty, and.were len, en;, mou.itam, v ll ,
hundaaee j
are at in of the
' 'by 7 pr iet ced for the first some "Jt
1/ 5.'. to, receive. ..Cotton nf-.
I of
inperisthat growing.hostility (the ihflu- Northern Texas ai it is rewestited be
: neighbor of the Republica.with teen and1 the two others, eighteen lashes C.'. Fremont
:.r' 'I e nces the ._ and.t TbediidUUud
commanding ear_of the President ,1 \<-I1\tt onthe :.: placers otCalifornia, ;
LH:; bis 'ul al 'sensitiveness where an 'attack I see nothing in the. conduct, and' 'bear nothing and oDal charge, fortyluhi sach A letter to the.st. Louis Union from Purhla, to is an old hunter, and has often*trspp d ttfc I
O e one ui monlh'acOD6nement New Mexico dated on the' 28th November.
,; i in the converal\lon the the stock' *
,:. i:.; is. made.upon the spirit of hnti-sla- I upon the southern'members peculiar'of the'(dependents 11net in CEPiCt, tried ,at Fort crameno-on,.a states.that CGl-Fzpmo.n\ party had comment with beaver the of wild the tribet Rocky of the Moufl-west.rn.. praine-.UtW

;r.t i Terj\ for having published letter onlyiotcnclej ducing'me to belitve'that their "guTer i rai en charge..otthe": murder of Mr. Alderman. was acr. cuitted .the ascent of.!the Jrst. range ,of mountains, 'The discovery was madebJbiUibll0 ajriiweraaong
ter tain the least of q .' 'II, ,., ; :. near Pu bla, and were pursuing their toilsomeroarchi
.: for the latitude of idea accedingtc"fh 'fierce ,Thi : ,.* wandering.band, \H,11/
Kentucky .provisional through ,towards the Pacific
I Iir threats and demauds/of Mtsir5, ,ward & Co. .ererpment. meetings which snows, but, owing Jo his Di'tioD,. he ,wuBt* .
, :" Thit is really an amusing-objection.. I On !5J! olJtraJ.t el seen to had teen held, u heretofore noticed,.were..firstat ocean. ,Col. Fremont left last fait" to complete avail himself. hwlgopd .fortune tt tM t rand
: A/> a nxi6utto strengthen grow"daily ,aqre San Jose,next at.Puebl&'and then San Fran his explorfttipne ,And,.survey t. This trip .by *
themselves ? has since ,thin been PiSIIU&fIItI Tturning
.:: ;;! Ticitnan; )who should] by his act, cause by buying upor( rather clinchingj-all at the the north! cisco: 'The re tult,was as follows:l' < .), ; Col F-,has,been :takenat, his:own'expense,.butwe by ciTCflCt1 sad Jfl.1-t4
) sojnaay
,:..;. s a TJllage to consumed (tf the ground. ketable whig'' corohioditics."in the mar lan: [A concurrent recommendation tOith.inhAbi; .suppose"that Congress will make,pro vision' I s o often in infcenfipns, .tbat'uitWt J .:,eat I
' : non- tants of California to hold for defraying the expenses:of the'expedUion'f
! 4 v h States.They.will'doubtless meetings: and<:elect, : I CaKfoinia 1ft'ietht hid.fUihisextrissMWage
.: ::;. >vou1hardly escape justice on the plea, Mr:Fillmore in'bis quarrel with' his home tide with delegates to-reprtsent; them inconvention to w 'Ye glys an,extract' from the letter:'* ,altucut e_ceased tthinkit. hit gvldta wwa. .
rltal (
:,,. f. \hat. 'he'on1v. intended to set'tire to his'' -immediately-,- actively, and,effeetiTeJi-bi be held atSan'Joseoa theilth .March, 164 >,, Ku the 28th; Col/Fremont.commenced. ,.the: :t are; and..remtmberedjt.,of ]*11.but *i;,i!'I.
.. .
for Tll li t
*p"f *" : rjf the/purpose draftingand;: ascent, of|h.e j Snowy monnt inir ; .we
their '
preparing safd bIi .
placing in ;a dreaJD. He it to msa,
'! patronage the State tt'his disposal postible" f. : ,
' 1;' neIg1bor .barn. If l\I,. WEBSTER if;on"a, little further examiuation it it form otprovisional, government, to.be. submit heard from him he waa-.lowITwendms hit way: d 'ubtld :ftraety,> and>{sttbry; gaiaJ.Amp1rilJ.
ted:to:the people for ratification t brougb.4eowabont twqJe t 4ep and I ;
tr ; ahou4J excite a civil war I deemed safe to,strike'at'Seward's or.rejection by t yra credence those wfto are
.t, .by. endeayoriargeitne 1 ,. ,eat ,.' Whenever kbe s''apparent'influence 'I 10 a otf'by.bal1ot.tvt ** *.*! tf, > # \ withinfive liles\ 1f the to P.y!t1e iit.range,C 4 f: hie character among Stveral. re.pectbl ICq'. gxwe Dt".iI.! ,
/ that "
iug : abolition of 11.'eryinOMit. General Taylor 'has contented'to:' Tt C'! inhabitant of: SanrFrancisco were t Off mountainl.; It i. the 'utentroiof Cot S., IQ fO, I heard,.were.making:preptration* tO $

[* it would make little'difference, wir'on' Governor S,- wage bloody hold a.tneeting4on! 8th lot Janu'a17.to'1D ke t o the 'P cific;b'l'an fntirely.} ew.reute,;abuth1' p&DYrhim U the valley'of: gold! 1nd'tbU'I
ColIamer'wtfi'resign ;
Ii': 'choice .riiY of hit former the continent', Hispresenturyejiwittbe'of ,
C1 t- < -'; for being' a delegates; v; ? I' .<" ; routei across while" he gio
'u:1iis. inttntional firmly Dt'mariie b'elongt to" that i: muchinterestSheuldt sanguine ol-euccfss, .n> ;
[ : were. J f'the: NOP' I It dn Jt"bod'and breechet'sir as Aheir5previous'meeting resolutions Were ;, youthful again in the glw/p( .l'".IOl l ,
Col.-Beaton .
'determinedon for the
: ,altoadoRte4iexpre3iiag.-; opinion.that a Southern route be .
it. th
!hi .are gP'Ircd byMr.CjLAV expresses ; Mr.'Clayton'. sidIVu 'far: "
the continent this '
duties which hatt.heen oallected great Railroad across, IUfT.y.will '
: dam-witk \ltIe.ln/ atthe/ttorts
) 9t.lueWe4 hostility against the slave' "cIyfot*_ :But.t_* does J6hnson.Preston i -_ !ond' of Upper California, since.Uhe J3th ofAoinit I greatly aid Congress, in determining We toU0wgbsNtWT *
J :tate'l'1\\fe"1bo1d'him ,. n tsee the lOuDd p1 iiolophy' last rightly:belong to the I western terminus.? 1 bune of Thursday: '*- :
: 'to b %; r ;jei 1.; l ot'1)uildIDg. up'-MrtFi1IQIorep1wbole : people of the Terri.rateerw (- \ ,: tk d(tI'
f nends'he4as'seert :tofI. : (i1' 1'S-' < d- ., "The Cleavelandflsr1d'w13hes
> InML / ; '
ponsiBlethaHUiDDINGs/, / ; ege'prt8 ing 1'j MZ ; Whit"
) hhii i t.h :1toit''Bppropriat. i A;r olutionintroduced into theLegj'ilature l nt whether Hhe.Taylofhation of the
'manfor1th6 hex'wliig ; =:7tiJ. :O/SJJCie: t.i1. IhuA 1 B.AtcEitoa 'Certainly aOti
A tt presMkntial "nominati6ih ,t1i4 : r' Miuti4} ,thanking Hon.DaVd1kfsnaii ty hat ooi paid 'expenses. i.
,t iimm. moment avecan, Mnf 0.1 is with, ;iespondeiit th te" thtdendfrtmit.vtWhen'it $
er.v :thise'gentlemen% : p :.: D Jtortnuhtcribing NfrI. The utr1'1Ainot lit.recf.lyea

4e1 nofdifJ"e! c eit irefef in regard* it tb' be his'on'prifaciplefibtrt interest \ no i'Dtanl i fronV gonafPanama, rsa/t j';The'En\lih :houn's SQuthenn/addreas, ras'voted. vr 4,.. A 'shall hsti'ghd l'sI

1"tDC 1s-q n tplli .i':t"._ iI ..theCUtiI1Sl ".I 'meddle1! to coint nj 1ee thi ir :Company carry across V million of dollars ti ii. .rsselntion declaring hsthe, .people OTMiuou; :d ecifiC'aDd.tA... i e1r D11estu1 'I ,
4 eml : prop e1t1 fo lir''theNewf :
: : .Y""PIfr. ; .nC palloD .or.of abO I. dd tnt. .tlttk J'k"Whig' .lion for liDO\eVery'5tEamifrAj Twelve'ml In, endorse thf..ddre.th ?eoVthe same fte.7 '***' i Lore! Ti1tdi1iiibleled. troDi 51stei1Ip 1"-rir'
iiE tIb nt '1.1'.f hct "Pie"r t"f! :qUarelXlI3' 'err lri'11 mo eoiluj; : carr#it.tartheifiead: + atiga&ioD: n. fci.-" > ** _t-__- > -H V1'w 9ii ;pJa9o ifoiBIti'd U4tb0T,
E7jIr. .-a: vcgF" t. .: u tl., n. ; F take' it that Mr.)TTebster ass Ubindoaed*tt ac4ompiniedbyanofficer. Th'lK -1 '"T: : >'' --i *. vb ntreDchment otClflad 1o
\ adrawttlword tiI p'wvepjentsjamailcj'Armj
| & t CkLIs1itii : Curing
ides of .rt-
t Q9nq f.ge : y'e1' t ft t e1 : '
rriv>uil'"au>Any' partiei.wlidnl ; Preeldmetftom Itisth dt rned tothe EJB4W'of.Pp Ddit1 "l .
,the pertinteityJ with"whichtites "11.1 oytr q;iaeniiundercharce centi.siOnipftZi'i six.hnnartd.and sevetyt? aniNavy .,
'the>newrf rcqurTedftVW. 'i the { Urgfl"-ihi -.isz. GrI1, 1iizrip&11i larho br1, 1, dries acttoand: iburteta/joinfcjrewlutiant. A: it| .-Q.d v.a"*'- r .lCIf1I1. iitt
tT1? l"-i\t >y.*'*i .J l wtoiy upon admnfitration/orroffice. .Jt DOt ioObsges.rn- brl *. zidiom t i.I .
It lilie1" neD ; .tbt.id 11r
Amid tlic 1i 1fou1d tht 1kft rqtrud. mouth acts were oni-hundred and,ninety-iU 111 )

: ,. excitcn.entattendantahereoh1: i!place for. *$Ffoostldij,; laJt fi**d1l ane ail'; t? : oat aabeardoC" w-" .
jW ,. 1 uU'fJ4:1 *ne senlonJ-sic./f *v2 *iiu l;r t'wl/fn; .-.,...... .C ,..Mf tbSU 'Vc'w, '. -h9>''! !;4 A,


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timc* um a'. IIU8W'bb1t'th ,J *t --
a ii. "t'' : J.:" l .it..i. -" iE -'t f. "- sae t hat t Hdtu\lrr of the .J !t.sr814Fdd. JlarmBJI'J..: Alid at U.f J\ J '.u\,_ G
nl.a. ,
$ _.' the ,I '- I.St; i JI
of Nstions Olt" from
Yet'dfad,4bq J"S" irticIe' ,aboii ;gold' it 1.""trrai' eal JmJ!! 4ha pct rnoumsioheG P 33I1i&Tto an order of the Judge-of' 3H4. .. 411. 11& t am Fri4& :
'ear,\ t D 1 cOP1.Ilg1 p be '.r n" t\COI1 uiiiss. q"IrY I ,, :. ;)arale4ihtipofhisdJsP ;lp1f n t'fo'blin ) ltliiplU.t :
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tel the acreedi i t y i r .
I corn.> t a..r'Jti..11) vcI.. {, iua .ss 'Ii I m
tr a.pet rirpobl tJt; fonndednpoa'gw .v titil i'dg IWf1J ubliC :Auction, ..- iv "*r-rt w \> 5 \ ) i ss:1 ll0 !
. hed+s n h K1 ttt Bader l.t a amf Iriemigrtt6n aritisi;: papbiih;nn i. a. .tbetlcatfattrafoffceuneven i theUanltd'State roD.dAlr o A.p\i1f'-e. "aPal iB, erwatrilhonrs ( rSY And'bade between 6 a m and_1 .. '
pl l"Yj iiDia T .lab or ed i ;;J f retinae'''pteL ;n JPitUoHrh: of Sheriff'stfulington SAt the follow ng.d esc'ibede r ; d**. .fv t.1 : .
1tt.l The udele0gt lljpliand" 'ldrl.JoUI.JOumal Oaxwto" ', ftI ardi'eren&: SSSu&m; )}ore : The'8rnressit g olti on: l estate, EljUt..CH'\ 9. 'r ed- !1 urel ; hethtl. .thin raztte.b.eonltt71a' : 1
t of this P h .1-"u. ;MermomuXf ift 'io = o aUL ; a fi '1'rL s ta zidt' a ,ft, itt .l. o sue' : d;retireot ,alas,of,htting'f the ,PteaYdi '(B"t l, (

)the lCtltA Uf&t NortCeroliw, is. e con pounds aty III "''F."lfil. xt. qac-.tIJifjU-'i eibTresidene J !l 1 tJi'J1 a ,- ,1 rro''JHl ext ''Jf ( <11& 'altithtt'd' aa4lt:9t. Joh'bi.tti Eii rzt1V fr .thten ,beitzgswr=tohtellla cpuadta betwatJ? ,

wkich the gOld .al' found.Y, tat state ofA eom"'' ; hbNsaroo 'j. a: rnM.fthe:.iStaie AW4re:9r.; Ml County, and bounded oAtJ1 South*ndEaW i ,,all &jIAd..l1ch" Ti"1t", r. '

OD' aftunooD most of It" tl iron, i.AJWS.-M w.1.,nliA*nr: 4 rici i-Li" JiiIrtcommunisoT $e raonsirous .flalarr, has recommended' jby had of'EleaaoiPAS-Crichtonf'Westbr'St:. 3543;1 From'MarunsMtt. .!. ."t, h., 1 ?t .bd:

ate te t&'lp'\ads. ,,1(fro J1.: :a sea that 1 there rwr' infer. >.L-t.t.&A'tIi".tb1.II re; 10 1it.' 'areductioD-but: a' 30; s l.riecl'< of : Johns:River:If orth-KndEa tby>indscf CaU i,f. r"'tJj To fkheaaCslb4ea & J "I' .U. V :' .

th fame mine;. in-ah"!it's. Er)F pM.in' the 01'tiari'iiO p'af' ropertor inyyftaona ei1.bi e ;j in'Retii lNortih'1j% lands ofCbtirlt'Byrbe-4 .i.r'tAadtbsekrl! ttUl. i k'.. -: .'"' t-.t 4 4iyt" co
t !"' 'lade pet the first theta: Eaeh' lr'il"rqeepante'uad, aili ta4diridtial .y.loLe razeedla ng ff the'i\mibeibg'one ghthT (1iVoi-1) ..tractof 'ti p1C4enwillltlt.dlatsnteAand ttLo a aiale U.I J
the'p4Cket rtro'hieh ernmentcertat'ot: not r'to"a Legislature lapd1nfned111 tateitJohtt Cbfchtonhnonas i.: 1 ,tb connect.atOch dee;with sUte rente frea :
. e ntTOnndieg. bareing irintl."as 1a _n: :!t .i d *59?"Maid" | they ;;= : 'fr 'f--
oatenIt 'b-s rio e1dtrP called A'washttccrtained gaio' according.to his.own pleasure r niieail; : wi "en $15OOO"ui; ; :fdt'Aiobb aadlanpeal a f rreEdaidt,7aadliltaitb attthemontfiraf Apalachicola tQ.Cbattahooeheet$546wFtonfT.ilahasaaat ( + I' >,dt'; 1
bt'lml etp1rstiog,J common y ofinBtr ties.; 'In this .respect 'we believe, there il'110'diff'erf'nee I 'rich''' .alar': 'behead'' ." ,'..r'. ,#..' Creek. The saidnreals'eiUJaotobO ,.# 6tanlUondaTs .?
J :
'be Y., ,
t B
ant can .
'b fore the am between thrti and the'citizens gener-rj ; 4. sold.for payment of"debtSTof deeeae b.' Jf'* .; ; ,Ben\ac1mShellPoiJatud.PaW'tUta 'i t

the remAinder. sir that there ir a great ally of civrlized'ceuntriis. Their bond union i iis 'FEMALE 'G' MiiG: -The Albany,, .' ALEAdDRWCRICHT O IAdm'r J tf ,, s :Jo, And So boppy, by 6 p,BJJ;45 milesf '-:: :( s f
II doubt HL back between t
o wholly that of ;Estate of' lizaM.CrichtTnjdes.-fr C a m and i m .
implicit faith
There in Joe Smith p
of it ot a as .,
i/: t1111 on-mueh Knickerbocker : i t
dtal-or go in a Prophet, and in the divinity the Golden saysthat; in, Paris'.wo JacQ 1yillll-. ebraATj'l9th. lSf 9.-1 J" next day: t, t i> .,- ; f.
f 'l'ty. Last year' from 'a tolerably ,Bible book of 'men not only> plAy 'high'at 'fashionable ."..rU"o a. v-7 Ka8nlc-"' "*\4l1f ".5f} 3S.7n From St::.Ddarkia tt 61 a Ttandty u', .. JT : .f
,u nor qua something like ,.or Mormon, and the. various vagaries I .&... ."_'"-.' car 'tlIV"J S. .' _:t
there was ; 'fJ1'1. By
wcbl cuetioa, worth of gold raised ,and- pretended"'revelations1 consequent games of .chance, and. ,buy ticketsin i ..'' ., .- .- -'H" U> oJ., 4 ;" .' w' To Newport, Wtdm, tndl&riisW' ; x J
upon their :high> I.lotteries .. tbT.$ p m.40 miles: *> ? : 1 .
soundingcounties; about three ban wrought religious enthuswsm. but'they 'g9,onf"change4 ri tLall. or .' Q) nOR -. > lAnd.back'between-lien' '.1
This relijrioustnthusitism) is indeed remarkable : -V-; ** t .- is.-0-7V & ., sadt.I y a't ; I
dollars was coined in iitoc WI offer sale'iwo > ... *
thousand operate enthuse tracts of Land next
day .
iced and seventy It carried them triumphantly the most \ l sJvJ.Jh great ,,., I'1 i r f > f.--..' t
hnn. through
about one JaCLone-of ;
this place and At the whlchiwaspurchased from Jno. &L Proposals Ccomm.llceat
mint at asm. fashionable a places Newport are iatf
the t crt n .
appalling hardships--cold nakedness : ?;* :
is hunger
thirty th ousapd dollars rouo.Ita. way ,in Bowden, situated on Lake Qeorge, And consists ted.i ) i. t
and i-
iced ickness 'persecution loss of friends and Germany, ladies indulge in r ef> y; !
elsewhere in bullion. 'eyuyearthly gam of three hundred and fifty acres, more or less; 354ar FromQuineytt9aaFriday ; ,
110rtmounts f gold have at various times calamity-to their present quiet renting blii'igto: : almost:ns, 'great ,anextent-a; pine'<'Iand{ hammockynwitb; a.large >-orange ByRocky; Comfort ,:- : ?T* > :.f 1
i jp
? ;
*LiT lid in the mint now in question y. ; andI tbe, Canaan place in the Rocky Mountains, which, like .the men. .In ;:England 'it was former;' groves Theotherwaapurchased fromWilliam: TaRefermt .12DF10mila, ki .. 5I;

tr onl4 lap myself liable to the charge of gross industrious of old habits is to them"land with their'limpl.and. the fashion/ ,for. .ladle s,' ,to" play 1 ,mghr :ia.' Gardiner: lituatm!n/t1i) ;above.mentioned : And.bade between 0 amsaavM ...-" *.* ; h I
with : '
a flowing
whole trutheratioaifl
were to tell the tract on the SL.John's. River andi consists of Proposals to embrace Seclndo will
the first bteoasil ,
t milk-ahd hone ." Their'exodus from the Mississippi circles of society and.a female mors f i t 1
to it. The gold In this mine is found ) two hundred and.;fifty seres, or lessjroakand ered. x- Il V i...
regard in "pockets," in a sits icious or flint to the Colorado, should its history ever 'gamester"was byt'no' tneani an extraor : .pineland.r ,i:-.-. ,' kr;, 3549.. From Quincy at 12 Wednesday, 'tI-; A, j

tenenly over and underlaid with a blue slate for' be written, will be looked upon as one'Of the' dinary 'charic'ter'in': Mexico; where i t' The above lands will be,offered ,>for sale at ,To Seclndo; by 4 p a, 9 mIla. r ,.Ji-{ f !,;6

ftlt The gold does not as in many inataDmatr most remarkable in .any age; and it is not at 'gambling the universal' passion, Public Auction, at the'Court House at Jacksonville ". And back between a mad 11 e a : .r'h:
all n
? Trade the vein in minute particles, but improbable from the rapidity1 of their increase ladies are dealers in and ,have;. oia'the second- Monday in'June, :A. D1849. 9550.1 From Jasper at 6 am Monday .- i ...1* ': t
both in this and in England motile, ., ,
country .
rich dePsites, above designated i. < THOS. J.VJONES, By Blount's Ferry, tad, RaTTlkii3'Ferry
"ecateta." This mine belongs to Messrs.: Wra.j that they will, in a few years overrun the western their ful!'share, : of' the national- propensity. JNO. a.SAMMIS. : -: m. ., '! : ...;

lens and John Irving, of this place and probe slopes of the Rocky Mountains, betweenthe Jacksonville,March 24th, 1848.,2m .!Centre Tillage/Qt by IpaWfaV# t ? :.!
Columbia river and the Colorado where ', !
one or two others not known to the we : nesday.,100.mrlea v f..
iblr Major W. Caldwell and Captain J. hope< the government will protect them in their V : f And -baek between t .1'- .
Colored '
rights-for however absui d be their religious .rchiltCIUTt.-A writer in Y an-d for Sale. tmTamt/ 0. t
the hot may : land
of 6
are principal
m ,
lately army p Saturday.355L .
den of a lease of it Several. mines in the *1ciJlit10r belief, they have the same right to life, : the N. Y. Literary World undertakes :FOil SALE, betoveeoniD and ten thousand From Pilfttkatt 8 a Friday ,,: : 'f.' t
I liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as the I to show that color of .LandjHtuafdd Nassau rt
this one are yielding very fiiirreturns is an, essential feature acres iq .To Newnansville ;by'.f p m next dsyf ,vT
fur,, the labor and capital invested. rest of the inhabitants of our wide spreads of architecture and brings County;.partly near(IV'assari.and' ; .nearest. miles v- t'H
high, y. c ; i
in this sectiontee i country 'ilia' Rivers, being aportionof the Watermaji And
back :
The mos productive mine his : between .a iaa day a&4 .
authority to He ,
Dunn Mine, in this county owned and support says ,Grant The above IS heavily timbered, pine Cpm next da,. a, > -vV..IS.:. ,i t
vorktd by !1ses $.Wm. Elena and John Irving GE.V. TAYLOR AND FREE SOIL.-The Egypt covered every square inch of the land, conveniently situated upon water courses; Proposals to,COIDmIJl",at Ortsft Bfria r ,- '; ,

80 far they have found no end to the ore, which correspondent of The Philadelphia'' Bul vat surface of her temple interiors with! ,with the exception of,about five- hundred acres will be considered., .-. ?-. ; .t F a

continue to be worth from $5 to $10 bushel.. letin "Henrico," thus writes from pure and vivid colorst'; Greece gilded the :of heavy hammock land upon the St.Mary's 3552, .From Alligator, at. ., .. J ,,'- t
The.ore is principally decomposed silex, of a delicate of her Ricer{ ,:who!*or any:'portion wilUbe sold : To Olcstee ; .. : t
Washington of date the 14th. mouldings temples, col cheap for cash. to I -jro* J
rick brown loamy appearance. In fine, sir, -.And.back'p,, i 1 .
ored her columns and, ; j,-
"The James Wilson
Gen. nominatedby ;
North Carolina probably holds out more inducements polychromatizedin r WILLIAM".IQCKMAIi., Bidders will state the distant tad tksfcsajt-, ;'t:

to emigrants and seekers of gold the President'for Governor of Min- the most extensive manner. JacluonviIIe. MsrchI')89. I'.p : ,:'tf-.- i 1.J of departure and arrival 6.- r: f j,ft 4'.; ::

thaI California for we have good wholesomeUTL aura, is the same hire Wilson who, on v i :s ._ ," .3553. From Newan;ville tt a a "*..7,,,. f;

j a peaceful population and all ol the nettniries the 16th of February, just passed, so A Nut for Mr. Stephens tt Crack-The,temple No lce. A : :By W aC8l8&, ,? ? ,, .-.>v II I '..
I of life in profusion, so that SI will of Diana at Ephesus, was 429 feet high, and 'To CedarsKeys by f ..
) assailed Gen. Cass the floor 'J.16' : t THE :; SUBSCRIBER has leased the p B. .u. T .
bitterly on it took 200 in fj
jrchise as much here as $5 or $10 will ia the years building. It was of this &House Znilesv n.n t.-'I'j' jjir ,
formerly occupied Mr/Hatch f "! -:"t ? *
Tieinity of Feather River or the Sacramento of the House of Representatives, and that Shakespeare wrote: Bay street, ((known,as Hart's by old;' on :?' And.baclc.between I a a/Friday aad.>. I ,i"j,

1 tnd the result of the purchase be far ..morep1wurublJ' with him the entire South, upon the u The aspiring youth who fired the Ephesian h ouse.) and-IS now ;'prepared accommodate Boarding *,t* ,'.p in(next day. ... .', ,T i--f ::"a.

) enjoyed under the protection of slavery question-averring that the dome, .. any who may see fit to patronize him, and assures ',3534-? From New 3J1S 1J. tt 8 a a Weds.. t:

our good government. SPECTATOR,jr. name of Mr. Cass was used merely as Outlives in fame the pious fools that reared it." them'th na +ns'ivill be spared to'ensure : > By %Iadlsonboro', ,. *- .'* ,- ;r ,
Charlotte N. C. March 13, 1649. Ctlumbits Democrat. : To .Orange Springs by / a ctxt '
n. shield for a sectional design, but thatin ., -I., their comfort. A'cotD1DoJiou811tableiJ attached 60miles ..p 'i
,. ;: to the establishment,!'and everjr attention "
the election of Gen. And baclrbetween1am '
I "H.norable" Horace Greely.-Hcrace Or ely Taylor, purpose WASHUCQTO wilt be paid to the horsea'of those travel FredTaiu:>
Carolina.Mr.Powle ,
hv published an address to his constituents of has been signally frustrated. He len who may think proper to'stop,with him.' 4.p, m next day.; > t, .. ,-1

the With Congressional District of New York, declared also, that Gen. Taylor would ,! '. 'Wii .'RICHTON I IA. Quere. Whether this route,will. bo nectsftry -;! ,:
giving an account of his stewardship. He.does Dear Sir:-"Mr. Hervey Hill,whose.certificate acksenville/E.F.Dec:2,1848/' '. I in case of letting route.No.4551,. firoa 7e ;! ;nS t
his northern .
; .
not disappoint : I larks .
supporteis to Newnansville. .
a good name on account } < ,,
ant give Congress very is given below, is one of our most f / J V _.; "i:
respectable i-
but that conforming to the solemn 3555. .
.of its sins, both of omission and commission.His | & : FromMicanopyttCtaFriday
doling paragraph which is as follows.-'to pledges of bit friend*, !he would refute 1 and honest farmers,and, his wife &ow enjoys Executor's N iee. shall expose for By:FortCLirk .* i 'h>".o'I :

..rhmcteristic and impli that he does not car* in good health. .. ; day of April next, in front To Fort$atlee by 7'p DJ 40 dile .. a.r t
for the ":Honorable V to concur any measure which had Very of the court house at Jacksonvflte; Tina asher d : And back between a.ni tad,7".. t ,H ;.

'In ceasing to b* your agent and returning reference to an extension of' the area of respectfully children,-Amy, John,Louisa and.Tbom a,. next day. "'f 110, ..J f.:

vjth renewed zest to my private cares and du- slavery. It would appear that the honorable ., "WM.M.S3AW.M.D... property of the Estate of.Joshiia Hickmaxi'. ,'de* 4 Freposals to,.embrace Fort Crcn ..ififtflti,sfr : : '
additional Beaufort County,North Carolina, KChocowinity to'satsfysiIebtdue. front said Estate.. Fort Clarkj are invited. '
tiet. I have a single favor to ask, not gentleman submitted his opinions i v-v tt:
ilugiiet'12,1b47. ;: V WM.: HICKMAN; 3551, From Jacksonville at I.a
of but of all and I J aTussdsy :
especially am sure oracular
you ; ray faith for of the :
upon one :1ast'WiilndTes'ment: '
The J. Hicknun, dec. By Haddock's, Kirklind's Nusta CH
friend at least will grant it without hesitation.It first undersigned, feeling grateful for the re- .
acts of the President to Jsekeaatri11e,3tarchlOth'I849. ,-.- and
was WoodstocklVIills
nominate 4t
that and will henceforth orf;Twn: > ,
ihey me lief
oblige afforded the '
you by use; f Dr.lOiatar'e Balsam ,
m him to out the Free 1 i To St.-JLuj'g tav by 6 m' elxt '
SoHviews ,
by remembering that namf is simply carry 1 "" P day;a I
my of Wild Cherry deem that it is but .. ..
HORACE GREELY." here expressed. Hence the opposition an act ef '0 f B,W CB,Ill, B.A KB.B,: ,* -80 zntlte .1 ; .-
justice to say,, that BUT FOR THE USE OF THAT And h\ck between a aiThandsf1
of the 1 ;
Whigs in the .
; ;;
Anticipated Innrrtetionin Can>id$.-The revolutionary Senate his The Democrats VALUABLE REMEDY;his wife, long afflicted with SttornrR"III ...;b''Q.at.;iLabJ1, :-.. .. J. .. and 6 p m next cia,.: a "j uj; ,,.
appointment.. Beparsle that :
demonstrations in Canada are be- ', :. proposals-a / part: of; &i'
: J .
whit she and all others considered ck vill F. ) -
ginuibg to engage the attention cf our Govern stand aloof, and do not participate > ;,- : *.JL ; .I" '.. route between' Nassau Hand St. Maryjstrel*
ment. It is stated by a Washington correspondent in the controversy ; in which case would have probably been, ere this. in hgnre. ereJoe. ..,. '> iuvited *' V'V I*

of the New Fork Herald that in the event the will be confirmed But all the dangerous and unpleasant ..t4'McRoBKKT i >, BAXCK., .. ,.: ', .V. ''B'.SrsifCxy; 3557. From. C Hatfl am Friday f- r.
appointment '! '
t, of an outbreak or revolution in Canada, it is the North outnumbers the Southern,, as symptoms hare been removed by' the'use of a Jan. G,'4D.' : 1. 1.1; ,; .1\1. '. f. .. 'I':'.," .- .T' 0 -To" Fernandina by'6 Pmt 30 miles '.", '..-'II t].
the intention of Government And back between St atadff ft
our to interference .. ally
prevent : ., .
few bottles, and she now attends to' her daily' .i *
on the part of our citizens, and that representation. CHARLES IVVAALfv next day to ; /: ;
General Wool J will propably be sent to the avocations as ,usual. .'' ,: 3558 From. Pilatka'at'7. a mi Tuesday k"7 ** t-. ., :
Northern frontier for the purpose of rest rain SANTA I\NNA.-l'he Mexican Congress HERVEY HILL. AiJCTIONEEf- ; = t : ;? ,By Volusia, Fort Butler nttrf riss-. '
ing our eitizens. Upon this the Herald : -.1 ,4: 1 and IlellonTille J w. ; v
says: has passed the following resolutions Signed I. BUTTS on the 'P'
wrapper. .f' '
; : -To the head SL
"But this waters bf. John'a
cannot the : rinr Pa
prevent people on our f3r > borders from sympathising with the Canadians respecting the distinguished e xForule, wholesale snd'retial'tip, to. and respectnily solI. bJacksonville7 ounty. df -.i: 9 T(bsaterIt79Per'ThurdaJip) ..;

in their efforts to separate from England. In P stunted General : T, 0.. HOLMES & CO, May /J848 .. rtt, ', | miles 'f"* ijr.T ?- : r{

deed, it is very probable that that class of our 1Gen.. D. Antonio Lopez de SantaAnna Jacksonville, E. F. '. .i-< And,backbetweea: '7 'a1m Friday.sai' +

i population known as free-soilera will be the shall inform the .' '' 1'IOt' 4> '.( 'tpim Sunda,.. t-i" '-.1"
upremeGovernment iAnd by druggist generally throughout the 'f ; .. ;:
; WM.S.: ,
TCJ first to break'' the regulation, because it when he '. S : iTAWTONr ; .. From the head-waters Of Ek'John's rivsa- t'
judge it convenient United States. bfsrch 3i '
will be their desire to separate Canada fr o> :'tit7oK'AfiD'CoMMISslolt MRCBaBT' ; *."- --.at. 6&Friday- s d ?tcBy .> : : ";
mof timevhen .
the he intends Indian
to returnto
XcrUnJ that it be .
wi riterPslos,8aaLutiSjaa4
bo may incorporated > ;:
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tbii country, and increase.the strength of their the Republic: and the point at whichhe QT We are authorized and requestedto f Charleston-- C:... / Jupiter Kf "f..ij1rh-cr;

party. However this may be, it is very probable will debark. announce Major JOHN BEARD' li- .ItzrLEitlefSE..JaadenEsq" ;t. ;,near JtoksonVflld'ErF. -: To Miami, Dada county, (by land,) by t: ..
that the action ef our Government will be 2. The Government shall as a can : .; Go:. C.j:. McDbiald, 'Ot'iC.1Funnaa ; : p m next Thu daJ, 250 miles *t'. ,J
the ,try means of hastening the crisis which impart to d&te.for the Office of Register' of Public Landsef ,.E CharlestonafC.YHon.'P; : ;)r. : And back between B a m Friday ask 1 bi

irp? ri to be Approaching in Canadian affairs Congress whatever information may be the State of Florid, at the election,on first Elniore, Charleston, S. C. i '.' 1 i. r 'pm next Thursday.f-- ;' *.1' w,

i because it will leuve the people of that country: received, in order that proper measures Monday in May next feblOTo February 19, 1848 ly.he .. 35CO. From Tampa' !f3y

to settle the nutter themselves. The probability may betaken for the preservation of .. h Manatee, .* > .,

ii, frost whit we have seen tecently, that order and tranquility. die T.im .! DaveJ C *.'T. Proposals for: .thC11jaiof ,., To Sarasota by 19miles, >,;.. r :, f ti'
vhea the' is decided and the blowItriUi carryiaj; 1* And back betweea o. ttieparatsiproposaltoasnPP17
tep upon, I 3. Should General Santa Anna return We are requested to announce EDWARD A.DECOTTES' ''' '!''' ,r '; 4. .jt -
: for pirstion.. the whole population of Maaateofrnft '
C&nad will be;favorable to the measure. to the ,Republic, it is necessary as a candidate; : for the office NEW ROUTES IN FLORIDA Sarasota, in case of letting route Na 3583. atf ,a

that be should previously express his Judge ff Probate and Superintendent tff Public Extract f corn the act'f Congrtts f3d 'Mardi. in'fited.rI J fi
1845 section 18. 3561. From Tampa at 6 a m .?'
Fools Tuesday ?!
The fl'aro-In the U. S.House of Reprat determination to do so and berurni.hedwith f b3 ,
F __ !
i uiiut; ( fc further traeteJ Tbat'tt shall By Hitchepncksassaand Fort Gttlia
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trim bi : I
t ,F.tb.17th, Mr. Thompson, Whig,of Ken. a of these lo uiinn". To Mel to
copy 4ritle
tacky,laid: MARINE INTELLIGENCE. the duty .of the Postmaster.GeneraL inTairfu- bj fl>pmThursday,.100 1 .
.' 4. The HYer1ment..haIJ, take, I ture lettingsof contracts; for the miles. ., ," '
kuever be the effort te the especial ./ transportation baCk lft.> i
repeal And
. nff set*f 1846 may, or substitute that of 1842 in care !to bring. thisdecree to the PORT JACKSONVILLE. MARCH, 31; j of the. mail. ;to let the sum? 'inve very;:case/, I betty,.'j'-_ I-.a, m fridAT- -sat. -,. {' I"

i ttllWad, I anticipate after much discussion knowledge of Gen: Santa Anna. -- _.._ ._- lowest Inddtr'tenderlng cufficient1 guarantees 'Fromek n," '* ; ;

,. r s wa modification of the existing law only will, ., ARRIVED. for.faithful performance without, :9h.r.te7! .3809... H -.'. ti._.I .i.m., Dloadi-- aa4ThnrsdeX 1 f.1C f. .
" **11\4. alto dissatisfy none except those & General 'Ti ylor on Duelling.The herb 19,-Sch'r Bellq'Tu'ttle;: ;N..Haven. ferencetOthemqJe6fsucVtrarimay' biDecessarj to pvide"'foi the Jjrie tatibat ceiefity,4 h a Bi n" :','";Ti TT JTT"-.""O **.1 w Tf'-t. w.).fi'.H.D,,38tailee''' it
try wd growling for a particular interere ; M'eh 21,- u' Matilda; Staple N:'T; ii : : .r
I Washington correspondent,'the..New ; certainty:aiid!.security s'uch' trorisportaX t JtAndback between7tm. .and,4'J_8*

t tat. eternal moonstruck dissatisfaction with some is peculiar their manifest theory, York Express says: Web 24, ,-Barque Mopang;CIa"rk N Yor k' tion; nor. shall< .'any; newcottract6rhereatlerbe, next' Jaya ,". ... ., ..to .; fr; .
lroposals .
to make
CL AREDt" required to purchase or"take at a4alndoa closer connexions .
eble "One of the good .stories of the 4. ut''l' U. wAte .
Jet best day
I Protection for protection's steamboats
M'ch 23 Sch'rWm/P'oliard Pinkhanj/Bos- the stock'or tehicles'rbf any at Jacksonville will be coDUdaid; : '
sake ,- li preTioua'contractor
and< absolute prohibition, are now, or and the most creditable to the President 3563. ,From St. 4.
for the route" ** Augustine, by SmIndiiii
wgt to be 'obsolete' ton. .t. y 'I h 2 : "Z tit. b 61' t 1U t. } ,, .. same. : .t1.
commercial regulations, and administration is : ': # c' : -" t Barer SaD LuCI"
eM uad+aoted. Like free and connected s M'ch,7s-Bretg Mary Adeline, Barker, B's1'n.Web Qr Bidders will be careful. tp!.read the fqrma&Ad. '. Ie:'" ;. j Indian,' Uplter.. Miam1. ;1
1 a taert tt direct perfect trade with the application'for the, restoration 26-:Seh'r Belle Tuttl ,'NerfHaTen.: .instructions appended..'?to\ this. V.id yertisemenL Largo, jt,
tax** their day of false doc- lotto Harbor '
; bY one. of of two midshipmen, dismissed by Mr. herb 26-- .Matilda Staple?,.New Sale si. They, are ,regneetedto.state,li ice their > :
1 1If'lpaaing ,or 8 Enough general ; Keys St.Mark's 1
M'ch 2DO.. K+Willey'Key,We,ti j proposals; the mode by which they.intend to ; Apalachlcolz, Bt. t t;
for .
nPolk in duel. The
.r.tltDd sound theory scans to be co being engaged a the J Seph'uti,St.. .ADdrew'I".t. ', .
maiL.Where.the ,
nstioato .eon&truet, the sound almost common sense of,the Secretary'of the Navy in Cabinet meeting I Notice. t. convey. or.Jhe apeed caUe: 49r'..in weightof.the.mails hth eo1111. l" and back,_-twiw"tl- l, ..."
an nsezceptionableies in
monthj steamboats
eats VI upon imports. this morning, informed 4.thePreiident next Term of the District Court of"t schedules shall require it,the contracta/will Lfte SeNL.te jj I l'

. j, that he had read the petitionrandconsidered TIlE States, for the Norlh'era'Diittfctot made for coach; ; ; steaiaboat, or rart road tsar r- ioutawi be PfO o poealsforsediotu Side'rid7i: of Ueobert" J \-t'

. J KatU&i'TJ1e ,that the> midshipmen ought Florida,'(appointed tb 'hi"held'on the first. ance;:as the v\ease,may be;A and,\!consequently, ,/, 0 -.-. tit u,.. '., .: .ii ; )b a":

. 4ot0 L.C1.Meter Utt" is Laxlog to be restored: So thought the Cab. Monday:in April ne i.j,v'i, _.,.wV il..;'postponed' Dr lZ such routes will;be.,let to.. .proposing rluchmode "' NOTE& :u'. t ; h'. !
pot ,
f oQa..1. it out in strap g te inn aplJ.lt Mr.I. '. 'djo rned' tb the second' Monday (the Sth'day) of conveyance. J n-alLother" cases the n Eaehi.propoall1ioult1bt ateo al 3guaranteej'aigned. 4l'1 ;
. "Itl letter..Qa and adds: inet. I am .ery'glad'o it, caidthe: of 'faid April;. then"to 'be';'b'e1d at" theCourHouse routes wilL be.assigned la proposing the by oat Cl"monntpDII .'ff

1 y'Peru. J had been in Ktntneky,and' fulr President, ," tor. ,i if .the vrholet, Cabinethad in the city of-St'Ati- s*-,' '" :*' '. cheapest mode of transportation A 'J. personsin the toltowiiii'ailaaisei'x_ ; 4'r r

e.t o Public feeling upon this eubject otherwise would have order ef his'Honor' I. .. nndetugaed l t: *: at. I p tt .
ua apV7ed : thought not By H.'BtoirtoxJjudgelROBERT UnMn t (Hn# u. '.41'onOPOSALS ;.; eThp .
. 1/saki have lQ the Legislature and elsewhere, consented]: to re-appoint these gentle ,' :MYERS 1 arshai;" ,for carrying the. m ath ef the .z 't' $. :,.it a bid Itor'ICt1 :
t made> we thin& the concludw g ,. Br his Deputy" G.HDHrHMTs. 1Uatte4.Sla frturailhe t1atda J P..t iuly, frOm.f ht t; 'Ii, .v bstpts by J'
tailletter still Itranger and frankly men I hate;:duels, Pie fighting 1 u.. .": I849t . U. 8: MARSrAL's 0 FFICE ; Ji'.nflMlw; in the POf muter General siall> eater bit si c& i toJ
l 1Yfa'&CDce t1u he :air no hop.t'ot.x pg B ate> ''wars"and' will .,'Jim, rib.. 'duelling St. Augustine, March.4t; 1849Administrator r'tol.r--.3t: FLORID AwjH.beTe9eiyed, : at .the:contract ligstiott tJriof'tdlthe/frif&y of Jv7y next, : a'' ;

.' ';.. < ., and'advised his friends'to: rennderUkinz 'r en-abotit tmel if J, can- *help.it.II ." -. < VII. .: -,. .., ." $ciefah4, ;;i Offiii 1)ypu'toieattigtsjaoftWashington ftI good and sufficient snntie*,-.to performf .i.t ,

-J- a cabll .t If ,0. J o. IVoUce* apfil I ta{ ,4t9the:4t i A nee pt pos d. t
feeet J'J'iJ'
,. tL, Chia docuttt' is.W are. n on Virginia: t.Whigs.-Some n tweht ,or..fifteen adnini At 8.9;(to. dccidc .blxtha,24tligofA.:, 'J1lh, u1_ beacecaapaoiexlof s ,! ( tJa .".tl il

, tbi'lttt1Ut. ", to be seen., We beliete Whig members of the Virginia Legislator;;nn- THE'1UNDERSIGNED.huiul Reinhardfrb: t 18494a): hRtea." d Wa4he)tnannerp jjsd 't a.postmaster,* proper eqiiinleat 1 ,UsHssMsK i .

- Qia.u1j aYktioDl of the public mind on der the head of Mr SCOTT of Fauquieropposed Marion'County' d reel'notice tintherwasPerified'iv: ):10: ctzt 'f}.vlart, bit the''guirantbrs.v: t.'W'\ 1 t N
. Re too ***** be shaken .b>,the,, 'of the late resolutions introducedinte eeued..I hereby liFLORIDA.. ,' 1Jd, "to' I.=. ;.
Perrot inhmct the passage : to those interested.:. !All>'personfinianywiseindebted "1'J 't : a., I '!IDa k"'gcod.t"a ..., .i ,;
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. : l the- qC.Hr. Clay's JWDe.or",he that body..on the.qXiertioa slavery.. So to' ai4 estatewill'please make D1il t't.. 3542.-tronj'Miltonir a m Wednesday ..I'e.'r 1. dboald !&rto 1. "i t.; ,
;I' srgnta tntahemayw4tiCe., great i U the'.dhastisfaztiouwith'these, gent la dintpayment.toeierattdallpecwtUbatid
.. emioiu men on the purt of their coosfitatntj,,that it istaid mands.iagainst liaid tatale present &imoe.1, Bparta, j'b17_ ._ r m'n"sii'_ ,- r. i,r ,. M :
a. rye w Frenchman has calcujaied t&at'N .tlt:;a,;nnmitfr tI of them arc,tjroujt> ) t l p 11;sutheiiticated within the legal 1i % >.75miles anent Patrnadet Aiil1. : 1l. ..: J ,
. .hiclaaJDUn Pariliaa belts i **">." going into retirement 0 Of'hlr.lAUopj apd. 0' tW-ijl. be foreverbirred-h'iit ttii t ibis } )qt:1 A nd'.hoc. dele r 1"t.ffrlc, .4I1!' H,f.othi'proDibitaba"e4 MtWf' -f.t. I. ..
. DC versa lathe 11.100 declare '" : !;it'ntn .1J. ..ti'rt.t ? mbi _d i:_," '
!tSTbea >' ?tr boo Scott himself who.went so faro to >aoVtice: "JOHN 0:BEnf UN aT"'T : e .!:
1 L. 1" J 'to
IIt r II. only per(nuag"at' daut amounts the wiimot.Proviso,conttitutioaal e;F re in 1naUlrc' 24t1i J849J 3M3.f" 'tomDSUtolz. .' I "m-.'in".t"'uB .b 1t.' tl'aDiS '> 31't"""l'115 f,
,,, ,
f Qto/pr 'hudrlll T.tl' ,; & rr'fUb't. .
$ J--
fI&1i 3 :t '
1 "ast ge ias rieksbnfgh WJii /"pea1d1g for tbe Whig pir y. s. a hNT. .: St r ..,'1.1.. >
. ",i11 th&i afreae>tlsdyfond bets allz-! a>1pl'Ara.pait;.thiy;(the Wbigi) seen, ::5; BttPJ t.fimG ; : $b lltG.li "I'".w' I : iott"'fl Pill.' k ," J.fa,.!..! {.,.c'. .. :

, _'e r'a nadirs onotaight AI often M"the so.fkrjas.*. can' liaro.thc-rejalStioti of Mr. S =)e W sa=; ,:.- ., u. .t i1? 7 ; i
unboatre'p1ei iagoia and Deit gL ir". S For'{LTiaaCattTlaYi'itfi1r .n 1 .". "! -.', &
getsDover from Scott ..will if ppo 7 offer tipslly re-, r "p"m i )
f C--: > r'*,. M tM t 7Peeq. i i.1f' eel t sk J ss. ..v\m' i Ulli i_b, fin'f i *T t* S
: | JmkB heir,.ub;g1: > :' s' "etetr .'fi, .. .r' 1 I (, 1i3J4- .. JT. '-.r_
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7.Z c.a I fcrte &> 3 jyvff 'ea %tv.v *'" & 1ti *_:&$
If. ioruL4: s4r4Afl&PMTK : t tiTi ru ; i-1-- 'a.'ri' miiL; $:
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;; : ;; and:Agent of the.United State*, for DARIENTBRUNflCK ;$T ,MAIWSI. 9 5j (LATE, LEE .& JUDSON,) I 0
'lands hereinafter i de
the ttrchnae of certain JACKONVILLEJ1LAcKPICULLTF&oiDA ,
.t Occupy the spacious
.' scribed, r expect fully?shows, unto your Honor; i ) IO&8&Novte CEDAR'stREET thewrioLktvJtafftUbtti&.andtial
Th it the United States desire to purchase ae- ,
Charleston. Daily
1o4t In connection the;,
; -fh1b is4iioted
14' quire. hold, flwttroccnpy ktoh."po sww. fur sites Mt.1LSieam.packet at Sntrtnnfth,,ihe steamer.SAUAHr.iSPALDlNO ; t. I ; I ;TW rH iI *$

't' on which to erect and miintsInfoitithigi- > ftom! PuUtka toiLaMxdroe'theU. *'. ,

Jp : ak.hrdI4'oRherneedn.i1 8.Mitil, Stages, from PicplatatoS4 OES. 9 Ig ,

4 i buil 1ip ,-< r-some of them, the/ following deeribed Augustine jf' Black Creels,,jr|a.,We jt>, si Th'eliTproeni fitocttconsista qft nearly IIi I uJspe4y- far iuciplet 1'
that of land situd
wit tract
mils to : *
md ColOCAMULGEECaphP.Mcffelty.
4 nanstllle, Alligitor, Mineral:Sprinff$ 15 LsTiJpJ1fld PncLne 1niatterwhetbt
n or&bi
: ec ted on Amelu Ishnd. hi the County of Nassau9in .. i
mbds t .Taflaha.ssee.bi. V! fimbncing' some ipTOUS1S of1 dif.rent I } tberuIt or
the McQueen Grtnt. Inh21
itid State, known us ; ,
patterns nnd colorings and comprising everything .br'czaUstspmdueid by,
North of '.EirniEreek, hounded North.35 w rrvpare i iiy u regular
;. WM. G ASTON.fop. John llebbank durable in the line., FOREIGN andDOMTIC. THISvMEDlClNE urcident.I .
llVfk the) ittrr of river St. Mir.v's. nail i the result .
. ;. an by w 5 *' "a of up et n.bit'.fbTPCtiCC
..: : t4 South ty in irsh of ltd crerk; und by 1-inds olB MATTHEWS, CaptrNichoIor King. sale of i>t'veral yejr| .in a bilious cli. I Nothing tun;bf,a ore :
TthtiSD ranjd AlI of whten aW offered tfo* ;for It 4 : itcIulofrtnnngNorh7O' East from marsh These pack1e4ieaTdflhah17 mate .Those/who have .used, it;themselves orseen *jj
MORNINQat 10 o'c1ockndara credit,*t iht LOWEST?PRICES. sons all wekneM.naiW ..ceer rCllS
on thi4Mnrid.i'r.v. containing 400 more SATURDAY its wluthry ettt' tspon.othrrs, need-no
: ; i; in time for the Mail Stageto by the.. S at vice!>econ, rvbust-uaaiiu Si'S Wfai
owned theliftMtyf riveTit'PicoluU -
Ii or le**. Th it tbVsidl.mds? : sire by farther.evident of its great value., ,The health i
,i ., S.. John Mi-Queen, di-ce-iscd. who. rwddebeyund 0 through to St.?Augustine beioreTnight eve : flPO't c1'cI3. of tbousand5. hhs beth -trfe tyrri'tnred> by, -its.iufluene.s It JiNiiitd Vlrrcu ?t4G

:-s.t:, the limits fhe Stiteof Florida to ry Thursday and Monday. ,y. '*[ ; New Styles are receiedatinost evry.day, thi,.medicine, W hen nil 9thi>rr tmed.ie* linvt hertrlrssiim pithe .1tiiIe i $&&bgreut

:e.. .... wit KliO.McKT Miry Anne Style and Returning, leavelttka every.TtttSBAY and and many of them are got up'for wit own sales, failed, Its.operation is* tiot>imply-tuwi!p nJ- S cwn e pl.lxrmuM. W* rfdelicate.

i : qi Benj tnt in Si vl.-i. Will mi M icKy, K-ilpb E. Elliot FRIIJAY MoaiciKo;at 7 o'clock touching us above and not to*be"foiindelsewhere.S the disease for a time but Jo ,pnrifyfthei 1tlll.uot 2I4cielott,

.? nl Mir; irVt Klliur. Willi un ill: Stylei e ch wny.They ; ,f3r Printed.lists of'prices, corrected from 'tem, ond.restore it to sound nnd peilVctheaJihA ; luiture.lo exhibitcirritirrt'ormrd.

.;. and Kiis Myle I'atheriue MtclC y UuliertMieKayjind are both Iin pretsere boats; in complete day to dtyj.wlt very yariatfon.in the market, ;small Treatise the 'caU"cs.tstUsnk .' but tt,* .
t .. str.ih % Alir.nn B.F.mnin furnished am pl4ce icKy, order, and handsomely every res nnd,cure offerer nnd 4Hjrue und ot o; ,
;t.#b .t' .. *j MeQiiMii Mclntosh.- Georgia Mclntosh, F.or pect; are commanded by gentlemen, of well :Merchants wiljf l>e' able'to form,some idea'of bilious climatesmay behbd gratis of th* uu* 1/jt. IOW ISCKV;, jy *'41

Mi'Fnnin : hi J-m Fmnin, whoa is known experience on the route, and their pit. the extent and'variety' of our assohnierit)when; denigned. .. tresse by.weekaeu lahtLpaeU. ..

1. ? minor, an I Juhn N. Lewi.4 her gu.irdim. rbtis nre assured that every attention will be weitAte/that the.value of our Usual stock of Alto, numerous .certificates from mcnotbihighestrtij'eeti. suffering continuaul;. by .jai sndflT'd

j.eakR.tt. Sr. J COl) Kcad, Jr, Junes plidto the sifety and comfort of.passengers, this o.ie: ABTICLP, is.at least twice the value of; .L'iIisy, test i( Ing to $br gr*' diffirultMrg. bimng k&ui,aes

: : Kef nn \ J-ilfn II. 1tt.t. 1. n minor, who resides and to the cireful handling(freight. he.entire stock of dry r goods'usually kept by rfliciicyof.this mi'dicine, ct>u be seen on ali. S medicine has ffct.eJ gre;;

in tvtritiih; (;eLr.iI. n-l wiiwse gu.rflin isMr AacNrs* u. our 1 irgest wnplcsale jobbers. This Tact" tojjether cation to ; he rtnicif rvcon'mmdescribed. icr

: 4!? Willi ira G. Kni;l,.\lu resides in 1 U iltimore.M Brooks It Tupper, :- S.itnnih. with' the'fact. that 6uV means and bur l.-. 0. HOLV.ES; & < (>., .1 ubuuada ljejttjp el eo'
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; ; : frft indJohn WillJAmd JnliA U'illumson, A. A. DeLonne,- Darien.Alex. ittehtion, instead of ielngdivldid among'a tnst .Agents Jacksonville and or tad
for Vicinity.
.. AVilfi ni McQueen. Anne McQueen; Your petittitfter Scranton. Brunswick. variety;articles.-$aredvq4dwholly' ,to,O?i. {rave me. In :short pro4 1
Jee.ltnville 4. IMU; GUI .
.;0 -. i* inforrbed nil believes! th it Willi imMcQueen John Bessent, StMtrys. will render the advantages which we can offer, plaint. nd. rertored ker,to '-

..k 4 I resiles in C.Iit'orn.Lttn'I th it nil the I'erii-indez &Bube, Jck invii1e. to dealers perfectly obvioua ; andit_ shall be D14. iUiVAMiMv': & CUMPOUNl* EXTRM7Tliis .atejti'jor) slap beiepi; 4pi'ltnsure

;; otKerheirs'whrtse 'nimeji are above set forth.resi A. Coy, Black'reek.Geo. our cite that none who visit our establishment In is4

,:. Ie in the St. tebf
,.a4 :;: i.irn 0. Re4d.shoveNtIi1t4. Your petitioner IL It""R'ei.f&'Co., ,. p.tltt:" k.i.: assortment is complete nil senatosoftheyeiir Ektn.ct is jut njuw tit toffles-it i' Jl.iLr MQJ.};..r. r. oi Gfttdi 1jjTI -

:',. .: furtVr:* t
'b owners of the siid 1-iiids cinnot contract or warded free of commission Freights from SnrannVti P. S.-B.F. LEEl foHnerlyapf tjie firm of toait) oid. it curt ttit.t tIlai iii 7O ilO ZJJL J 4!%D'IAJIi1L'J

0 I.,.. J: F. ajjre for-th ailr vr' pnrchise thereof. He : and .Chtrlestoh, and all wsy. freight Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the or!> tomitinif:, uig1Itt..It-kehiitg or del\ittttiiij the { 1'i )l.i Lxiu ci ot M.r J4.nil*h; U Ljj
therefore that a7 venire tniy'jsuetO the inalfirrn'of Lee &'Brewsterjfrom 'which con I it Hi. u.nu'uii.rn aUj.rttd .<.ru rjinrH,,\
pny* payable bjr shippers. { ; a, 1-ri J4n i in rwen iu iu
iD': Sheriff bther proper* officer of the Circuit September 30, 848. ty nectionhe.vrithdrew: sometime (igo.h'jesiun-. ALL AM) WlfTEh MXLIC1KE. Au limit +ltf h:> tea5vn ta4l-ttuI.liiaSs,

Court Nass-iu County requiring him to sum ed business In connection with ,Mesjrs..Lee & 1 he great U-auty a.inl uii.'rkt11'uit1at IOaitIlcsLeijsp4.Jie'ultI .

;..Ck. mon arompetent jury ti> ber d 'ipper bef.g Judaqn, and assures his friends.thni he now s.
"I.....4' i, your Honor on Wedqesd y the 231 d'iy of M y tioA-iE $ &. CO.Eli. concern' shall have the siihe' pre-rmiriencfin Uiciitea distasv, it inturuUbt1sebudycnsuuh1ltitza ; e lor inyci thv tuft ricvn itil eenti

I l -. neiL the Court lfnuein thecoiinty of N.Wsi this branch* or trade, which formerly distinguished (cured, dieefasesto hit-h: Knt.lest.i-e

r; to-lie.i> rind finely deterftiinf the value ofth HOLMES & CO.. h-\Te removed the other two'houses to which he be cexIs,0u4! .strengtln-n, time ol lite. This j>ricd naytd314; wljit st ibigr

sud Uuds. And petitioner further longed. June 25, 1847. 2yMnsllIizPcitlIPt.IIc cmiiruuipiiou c.nbe cured j several
your 5.71 their stock of Merch r
that an orler issue to a competent bronochitis. cuiiauniptiun, liver fomplarat, valuable
pnJN mny building formerly occupied by the United Stittes. rts lor ihcse who tie

.j ;t. .r turreyor, authontin mil req'iirhiIiim to !known ns the Government Building. Thej Supply toi(1CA'It colds, toughb. cit.rrhr usthuiu, spit' cs it it calculated toi qjvoiIh'Ititniatihtod.
'{#:: > surteyBthe.;il f tn.ltnltomikemptnt thereof : ting ol bluyd.sortu t>s in the ebtait, be ;
hive added to their stock, by the late arrival try.quickening! blood and intip.raiif ,'
vT and report his proceeding to your Honor, on .hectic flush night sweats, difficult'ur l&detd/thiy
r-fc t from New York a full assortment of Dry Good stcni. nudiciceis in,
,,.4.-jpp/ .;> orWefJrwSitiirday the IDih'diy of Mty next Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c.t &CM scIiI.cI( .& co., proiusr; expec- all te aifcHHro' wiiel* *on. n pgei- a
tortk1i and
: ;: Andyosir petitioner further pnyrth after which they are prepared to sell at reduced : o. 932' WATta .STREET, ,Co Nia or p.inin It braces the* mhole system, J1iflC1l4ifl.,
_ NJ h'is been sod the side & .
tht"Ujil notice given to t.e tntly the natural ._.
-,' pricey ft B W. V O K Usr Lave und ener raeti t-
l gmrdidi. .
owners their let representutivMnnd -
of the
They nre now prepared to pnrchnse Cotton od.pot so
./ ; an1 ner the valueof aiil ImU hive can becured.
4 n
4v hides and other produce of the country tin- sysfeni us to prwJuef a aiueqsisteh ,.
- ,.--..( k ben 'teertiine 1 in the m inner prescribed bvthVtatUte -higiest.M'irket rites and make-cash advance .ti n, W lenr Milk iusd 4 iirprlflMrlilrtr Mann. tion, which is theme of nctlor nekizjj-4

. .., of Finn |fnf 1845 nn IS49, to thVe heiSt Ire Probably there never-was remedy that Ins female wehknt ,
.i; ., on consignments to their friends in Savannalind M< itid diH
itw! ietion of your Honor, nnd after survey been so successful I in desprrnfe cases ojcoftsturp- rnE4 ;:
Charleston, or.NewYork.. .. ANDWEAVERS'MANU FACT!' RICKS F O211: jjjji2UJ.EAAnJoJt.
.; th.reofdnly mid under the direction of your lion us this; it clt.aa.vu.zind slicngthclw! the !
hive article of Iror
; They a new Wrought
'.% t Honor, tint your Honor will order nnd decree REEDS HEDDLES, system, and apjes.rsto heat the ulcers, the Iiw
PIoihtn wh'eh they would respectfully cal taaJu2 IS4I.1
; tht jell Inn U to be conveved in due form to the attention of Planters. BOBBINS, SHObtS, &o. lungs', .ind he patients gradually regain their l>n. TOW.NSESD-ietr air J.'y.fJl y iii*
the United States,.to be held, owned, and possfisel usual health hint Hfmiglli.CUJilOUS betn asfl.icted with ? ;
ta Jacksonville Nov. 6. 1846. tfIS a disease of lit irtiViiii'whh
: ; .:4:4': l y them for the purposes afore< iid ;- : CASE 0*' CONS UMPTIOX. terrible <
.di.ii "a and that a of thin petition be published insome'newspiper Agents for.i he sitleiif the latest*improvejSHEARING There i b rnj.ture oroTfr.filtilajftirly:
ropy II. ItEl .& CO. scarcely a,dly u.t&ti but there urt, tfce greater prt oi tie tine. Mtt.lkstngtroubhd
.f. :3.I in thi< Stnte for two months .- AND NAFPK'.G MACHINES, a ijuuiher of tests ol toiisuiiipiioii rt-j.orted us with thcftoi t.reit&nijd mt isv,

,< #-. before' the dty appointenis;.|>arill!.. tiring ot* the heart, nhich .hs*- beta f ird;
in bound will
; i oar petitioner as duty ever 1y.I. the Wharf and the buildings atia bed. REGULATORS, SATINET WAKPS, &*e The following was recent ly'rm'iu'il: tressing Lad Bus tri ucntty let .t-a.b!.te
C. C. YO.VOF..
&c. DR. TdwNkb Lwr Sir For the
pray ; : lust'three leave her .bc ILe
...- -IAtt'y and Agent of the U.iitedStatei. arc now prepared in: conn ctioh with theit itt .-Sperni, Lard and'OliVe.-uud Oil Soap. years 1- haw been uihictid with general und severe .he: tried rbj.turtf albi w svery* lst
: ;:: DRY GOOD, GROCERY,J1ARDWARL every r edy Itt
S e. ; '- ---i AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH March 17i8 : debijiiy! and mrvous consumption 61 the hat SUt1iItMitl.. tut little t#> -fit. tkttft iH
On motion of C. C.
:. ,; Ynnge, Esquire, Attorney stage,fc" did not.expect to ever gurft n y health hud .tuktit but.three, boftler exetWfil
and'Aeentofthesiid United States
: J.: In Justice's Court Colombia at all. Alter oi
BUSINESS. going through a coarse n.edi- medicine she was entireiy tylievrd ol lit dhftitot
if is'hereby OrJfcJ Th it Joshn A. Coffee
$' claw liftder tut eJre soiue thv
ot ot li.ost distinguished
the heart sad the
0c,_ :E;qn nf U val County, in the: Mate aforesaid, Their cliarges art established by the Savan County, Florida. regular physicians t.nd ncn.bt i>or ihi- ditc.pyearef.hhe rujiftre. lu.s .Ut 9V eVtirely
be and he i hereby appointed to theV. ashritee. rH. S -
i survey f ; tt--
Board lie.lth iu New lark
trict of. Und in the foregoing petition"mentioned They ar* the Agents of the U: S. Mail ?an'L 8. Wester, ) ATTACHMI.IT. oi and el&vaere bus ulM ftttd the drt>>y, aid '*atf *r;
ud spending the n.o&t ot n.y earnings iu attempting much swollep. We htd toidea tbatibt
S <*aJ4
..4'1. ,. : Steamers at this place, nnd irs now enable-; 5tL Debt Sic
. q hid ii it further Ordvreti. That the mid Josh to offer evi ry facility to.the Merchant, Plantei fames C.. Greeu. ) Bowl filed for, 92 to regain n.y heulibyuud alter reading be sa befited. as soe had sued a eoaijiljcatiwiof S
; in '
!; : t some i1ler ot your thirsajd.rillairi8Gl. & But it hus it .
I... u* A. Coffee, )'4q., do make a true and correct and.the Public generally. 'illE, Defendant end 11 others interested vt3 to it. After using six bottles 1 found ii reliev ,tib strtnge cs may 17.jiear
[ try htr of the did 1
s.. mid Goods consigned to their car* will b* reeeiv.ed are !>y. tai sears
: i. survey of the tract of lind, together with hereby notifietl of the commence done und called
., me great good, to see you at that thi stiiti-niinl is so stncge as to ins
apatRfl1the proper field note thereof and nnd fbrWiirdcd'with despatch. eat of diii uit. returnable toa Justice'*! ourt office with udvice 1
bud ..
your ; your kept on, In.iost iikefieiit'ti tut it is -uetertlitlii' Mto
that he return the mid inrrey. plat nnd field Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situa.td i be Leld lit Jidinsville for the Ninth Di.su i.. most heartily thank loryour udvice. 1 Your .
you persevere reality. SarK.piirillu is
notes to me the undersigned, Judge nf the Cireuitrpurt convenient to the Wharf. ; ; said county, on the first Saturd y in April, in t.tkinttheS.irsa>piirillaiindhiVebevi) nadicine und should be rtsialyivaZ.mible

.a t. for the Etatern ( ireuit of th* State Pulatka, "St.Jobn'a River, E. F, January" 13. v. I). 1840, und to appear und plead to the able to attend to my usual labors lor the bait one that is suffering-US, whkvebei.1ha7 uiedLv-cvrry

l of Florid.t, at office in J-icksoorille in DuTA 1849. .._ Ij .m*. -- S
my four mttiths. und I by Gtd disbelieve
hope thvbiessingboi this
___ ccuunt they sf Blxttjtl
: e..i tare-
: !.Count af ores slit in the StiteaforesiM Given undermy; hand and seal this 20th
. y andyiiurSartkp-urill. hvalthv cj.ll
; toci.ntii,4enij at n.y house and have wafer den.catnfio4.
k duly certified on or before Saturday the lltb A ; J5f. EEDj day of Jttnunry.A. D. 1849. It helped u>e.beyi-nd the expectutionsut that iUUtaifliiPiu1ly,

.sir -t d.yofMiy next.bAiil.it LI AS constantly on hand a well assorted JOhN W. PUICE, [LJ] knew my case. UiAllLfr* i.U1Mji' 'wLU4t31 TOwaB1 1 J tMt-S
j_ it furtfor Ordered That the matter ef Justice of the Peace.
. Li. stockof.Groceries Or nge, E>sex Co.N.J., Aug., IW7.
b4..e: the sud petition beset for hearing before me Jan. 27; 1849. 3m State oJ'Neir Jfrsty. Es\ex CountyCni i.Quiinby .ir'Thrsy.

undersigned, Judge us aforesaid at tb Provisions,. DryGoods, being duly sworn accordu.g law, <>n No fluid medidine has ,*rrbOardiiJsflE:
Court House in Nassau County, in the Ktat* buI 4.unir 'lnz't.IIi a $I1.. his oath Aiith. that the it
torching suuihent ed whieh
Hardware Crockery &c. viz ; su uoirly rrt>rn Mrs tie Mrle jofrf
alorMAid, According to the prayer of the Kird Y virtue of the power vested lathe b'iaii, true, acuordiujjto the best 01 his KnowledgeundbeHcf. or saliva indectn.pa.irglit.d J trengtieibrf p ;
. s4 ; 4 petitioner, on Wednesdiyth* 23d dy of May Superfine Flourm bbls and ft bbls ; B: I have levied upon and shall expose ft>r I HAS. ULMY. the digtstiou ts ILls i > peji.raticas(
" net f o'clock *v Pilot Bread and Butter Crckr tie before the rburiHouse door in the organs
.. one p/m; Sugar ; Town Sworn and subscribed to betore me nt Orange zeiparila. It jtositiveJj etires ?
. And it further Ordered, That a copy of the lining; U.con, PorkF M Beef.Pickled Tongues; Jacksonville. the first Monday in June the 2d August, Ib47. < Hits BAIL>\IN, dyicj sit; hon.'n'raievrf or chronic.BA'NXIEAKTtiT. everycuss.

. a'? ttid.petttion.and of this order, b* published for Mackerel, Cod&a. Salt,Rice] S ne&t, .((1849)). the following lands, or go much Justice i f the Peace. AtBArMty 10 1$4La.TowNsErtn'i
;iv.. the period of months.before the s-tid 33d Gbshen Butterr lArd, Cheese, Waite Beans, h'ereof us will pay the State Taxes due thereon ,: I have teen,aftfctri-

thy of Miy nett. in ''The News." public Irish Potatoes; or the year 1S48', vi : TWO CIlILIfhEN 54 IRD. for several years with ui,1 eaiuze in itrv.cn*
n printed und publbhed at Jackson Sperm Oil. Candles 2.000 acres of Land situated Nassau
4 wsptper. ; Very few families indeed-in fact we have form attended with sotriu-fp ol Mcufccli. tot
.-4 .*. Tille, inh1Ie4loounty nforeuiid.JITCN Green bnd Black Tea. Bio and Java Coffee; mi Houston's Creek, udjoining hinds of John not hej.rd, of one -th..t ifeed 1/r. Townaend's of appetite, ,- extrrn-e Leurtlunn and .gmt

a:3: : ( under my hint, atth Hty of Tallnk Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; ... .# .lourfttm-particular boundaries unknownpurporting ars-iparilln in time lost any children the past version to ull kindsoi Jwd. tr.d, icf a wtM
Me sU th* 8t4to aforesaid this 3d day of tuarl's Refined Loaf Cruuhed and to t Sandiford*Holmes.
belong *
t .I ., Pulverised Hummer, while those that did not sickened und (what 1 could es i/l huve 1-eri. 1:1 :.lh! ti> rrtsfcbut
: s March,A. D. 1843THO., Sugar; '. ? ... ., A., A. CANoyA,
,; DOUGLAS, Judg&*. Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,.Turpen S Tax Collector Duyal County elusive evfdt nee of its value, and is only unotfier usual rrmedks. but tl.iy L:
..:.i. M.rch1O,184E. 3m tine; S S Dec. 4th, 1848. 'Decfr-6mA instance of its saving the lives of children1:- effect in ten t virg the et'n,j.li.inl. 1ed s ,Lduc

London Porter* Port,Madeira, and Champagne DiuTqw, >?*Esp-rDear ,Sir,.' .1 bad two.chil. ubout to u.i.nilinBirtt.'toof TreLJtflZ1 S
; I-Jtml for P1LU' Wine -S AdsnInlsIrulor'M KcHice.LL '
; siren cured
By of thv
. your SursapariUa : sun.uii r rsj-jViriihi, Mil I uits y
.WFOff.r fortjAt twotricis of Lnud, 'onlials Conrectibniry..Preseryes, &c. PERSONS -indebted to -the estate of complain .ind dyEeutery one WHS only, 16 fidence ; liiit altfrutii-K IC; : .> I-

"; t Iof ihih WA* purVh ised'from Jno. M. Complete Assortment of.Dry GovdsCiilicos. .George Church, late of Duval county, mouth* old nnd the other U yeartThey! were 1'oiind etiie D6-1fit :a dntirelyr htLurI
n.y ap j
-.I.tas Bow.ieiiUuitedon. LnkeGeorge, Andconsistsof [ UihgVamJ, Muslins.'Bonnet and TaJBTetii S Fhi., deceased, will come forward and make immediate very much reducedund wecxpecttd thvjronld nu-vid,, i.Bd 1 uonldvonmiend

'I :,; :tbree hundred iwl tirty'acres, more or less; Ribbons; payment.- And all persons whatever, die; they were .givur up by two rexpictab.ltphysicians. the use oi it.to ilote'* .) Jb'Licted

4, .:: pine Und, hammock, with a Lirge jorangefrove. sheetings and Shirting nleceVd and unbleach'd having demands against the paid estate, will- When the doctor iniwmed us tfij.t as I have been 'i t.t.r&C. I

'Thif''t'ief'w.iiipurch4setl from William frish Linen Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; render f hem in within two years authenticated we must lose them, e. resolved to try your Wa< IT. iZA'1T.cSN. :

lI ,. (14I1iie'raitIi4tel ne-ir the above mentioned Cambrics, J.iconet S isBjiind cross bar Muslins 5 ; UK ,lhe: law directs, or !this notice 'will t* SarsapjtrillA we had heard,so much of, but ntdlittle I. B. :Purctn e none but sacb as tavi..vnfpei

trict; MI iJieSt. JuUnr* KSveV, titil consi ts.ot Hosiery. Hdkfti, Gloves' Snspenderii;. pleaded in- bar- -of their,recovery. confidence, there being so much stulf advertised > fhnt hide tie bottle fonfrlrlelj Lfl1W

4i t t&b6n.1r4'ani1.y! aci.is, uore oiIcthiJik: ticking*, Linen u"d' otto Otinnbiirg;' LAWU, NCE.RYAN, Adzn%. that is worthless: but We" wre- verjtburikful J hi' writtfiiiiienature oiRIvl W Z% : 2'/'J. '
*. au1ipLtnit. Wine white arid, brown Linen Drill! for pants Jacksonville Fcb2'4 1849.
that wedidio
l it
d'i. undoubtedly snvtdt.he.lives >inei l Office. t Fuszet.ui LitlJi*
_.__ >
&c&c.&o- __I :: -- __ -
,1'j1b' biY'e L&nsjiill( .te offer.! f.11eaf ., S c,4- ;
S t ; olbuth. ] write.this :that othoa mvy N. Y t8eIi1In & CO. S t4MtE4'.:Jte3i; I
toud11oui uJzsckson.t Urn&rellos-Sillc\ ) Ginghnra. and: Cotton, in steel !Voticv '- be induced to use it. Yours, ; d.t1bilsdtlU.
! *ab'd whaie libne fri'imw S v.. t I _& .sons. 132 North $ec
i'4 JFHJiTdTtbTrgCnt shall
I ,1n oa&be.iee: Moult7 u'June, A. U, ; 1. apply to JOHN WL>ON.Jr;. '
: ID? THtE J. JONES _.Khives; Scissors,1 Rfttors| the .flou Probate Judge of Columbia- county Myitle'venue- ; Brooklyn, SepJ.r151847.LVNATIG'AYSLVSI llnDce, drnggiit.lahionuroIRjtlziio.n.1
jt 1 Nails > Letters "of ;j
.Jo. gSAMMI.& Hingri, r Knirea and Forks, Spoons' for as Administrutor'onthe
: ii xivifl; Macb24th, 184s.. Tea"rrays; :I v'! ;- 5- Estate of Henry< lefion, late of said county, : & co, 151)'Ja4rtres-atZw t.rttdsS.419Fos! 1 p

.. I. q !_! .-. COlJjflAXC5.1jammtflLtcbets-; de wnseilrJOHN CLEFTONrAdm'rr S James I unmii nji t.hq.:one;ot,i he-Asiislnntt Peurl-it. AlbiJl.rtetja.isd ny; 8Yn JucLirk.2S31'k.

. Lafld for tli. Carriage Wrehcuei Halter'Chains Pots.; KeU Jan. 27. 1849. ? Cm in the Lunatic. ysliw.{ JlCkti illVlsLiidisib-; flro,4.sis. ZJ 51u57;

. 4q TOtl *- iS- J '- .. reutleni-u tiIiokca..oIix the, following letter: l' inc ifal; lirr gisls-*nd'.Wetefc tathronpfiout vt124ai
SALE bet nine r.--
uecn and thou..sand -
\ Avfew Riiflw low"pricwl Powder Fhskii. 3 ,J4.tIaz Uorus af'tor date, I shl1 I1WUMATFSM.1 the United -fatt Weit 1pdi'
;,_ .'. S acres of Land, eitustted" in NJJBSUU AGooa'Astwtmtnt & present any aecoiuts jani vutzchrs This is only jbu eotiiiiie ihn Tour tnousifeM the CtflnAs. A. t1J3L.Agt5t
oI'irckeryaniIThyt Wore as1ninijdt.4or
::' .;; 7 County, tartly ne r Nassau sail partly near rt.II hoots < 5A9wMeh 'Women's ; or.Li ,Jstut .ofk4raei 5nkliirt1 cases ol rheuniutiHii thst Lr.ToWutieiidabar- J..ese'LiIlef!!!
_..t nof'i lUtera.Mng it portion of the W term>n and Uhuldxtn'Bootsand ; ,
'p. oI Duval Couny"iJe jap.trilla has cured-1 he. nosi..neverc odyhrunic. FjyyJr :
Ur.t.Zbsbove ia timbered Shoes/of nil kinds; .* f eused7 the lloIanrz i
; beavily pin* A'riHety of'Fancy bltJ iilIeor: Pr b.te Qi kIcujtnty7 1irnfjia1 cr.scs are weekly eradicated l y itsexlraordinryvirtu -
t,, land, conTenieatljLsituate-i upon water! Articlesi. Perfumer7MedI ; YOA'S
courses '
itUe of about rineii, &c. ">* *- S S settlement ors1'1 Ese im'-l tduill,itt the same s : S IJLL.L.I4R I' S'4

Cfvjbqimuck.1n11uj zcrption veunz1.J ih'e'Bt. cres JackbonvHlerApri13rlS48. IT ijme. THpply! ;foVji iu-ra 01 visuussiou us'such BLAKwELL'sisLAND|Sept.14; ISft; : j. ,.. 'At( : .-
Mary'sofany ._- *- t'f. -* "- ". 1DL TowNszyDearSit: 1 have suffered ?
-- Adnimist r.itpr, of which M(pereahs iht'ereited
E'ec, $heLoIe port ion will be auld't terribly for wine with the rheumatism 5- BOXVJJMJ AI.1EYBE1 ;
; in nidE3tuter are deke4totke; notice.'Z1PiE'D. jy.enw ;
i : Apply to.,,. ; x"Ll U -1
FERNANDEZ onscLerible gttbe J. not eat2 Subscriber bos ecintl
: gjL jifebt j't6'th t-te AdiaV. T
%V1LL1.tM uzcK1A otJos n1ergt1o
j January 20 Jb48. r'wk 1budtLe uu5aitdistresaing uns and aifltted tqiis isThllig.rd ?s1t'Thi1in.

_ j :! )L'4. ._ It.Marcb17,1b40._ _. t:: 1!) coiner litt furwaird! hnd1i' nke -. r- -. '. : _-5_- u ilUWO .*e're'tfribl i'IIt11. Cf.Vt' eIoaisjvnIea orneefl1Lj.5

r.. nient.An1 immedlit& ttuiiiiwiiy, (\ >|fro Caught.. four bottles*of your 8 rsatpaarillasand t Key have; .iiIi tJ.n.aifr : .
O1iC ht ei
(! n1yereuns bii'
# sTuttrsnid etntE'wfl 'di'uvs aB1WUGf1TTO1T1lE JA1tr Duvslt done me more tha&onethousnnd dollnrs worth ;"*H h s aWjfist finlshedjaBowlfnglXHey. $P195!

I -Ic hnrs : si tkc It -Within tWo-ycaria ) (th4t ; : $ ountyj-at iJacksontille;on"-iBe.26th7of: ufood-I urn's /mwch .better'Utidfted 1'm' ;ueetdeFith. blust1MT :
bMrH: on ? Buiaenuenteo nS 1Iebtuztry lastfarunawHyr who entirely) reliete l/a-yoar are 'at*liberty to use
b3r directs, or this notice will3 Wplend' ithTr negro,
Jii rdivg p sJjstthiit bis.name.1i JiUKandthjt this for the.benefit of-the afflicted.- : **> S

. .t"?;. ;Iousej ai1b4)si.$;ssz Melt v PreteiE'to c ohmo4tc recovery &GD.3ACSTA, hixttlvngs to Mr. Gilletl of Alachau count v; in'lht r.Y6uTs"fespeetfully? JAMEs 1'DMMINGS..g Lyctttb 2dO (o1i E4S1i ba !

'tn7 Pozie h1i J ( :i ;8Ul o sThtt owberJa:reqiieated Ito! .cdme : TfW COVLDrNOT WALK.: : reatttrouble dexeusfOf0tdt'b13 uz

J bt it di toii ; !F"sftath v-jLft ) 44tiijntstraitog. forward).pay ehar isnnd take him awuy.ii; JiThstrDr. Townfccnd's. Su'mparilU U the very of heuliby'rWreariofl, fie trustsbi3SZw" .

st4bpjatotbe W33-t 5j JOSEPH I ;best remedy'for'female compWnts there iridUpiitlns wilberwarded' rJdtht'CA

i. 1 sit tbou.nd i and-.thousands 'ol ** wi11alws'tepon b nI kho1
be&I a .Mc SSTw S ; Jailu1Ju1alCoUnty..1 ,
; tLtJi ho ? HeipoMbr T *
th etkeL March weak-and Idebilithted1 fyniaj'thjt 'and ;HAV&A SE 'Aj
tElrtoletihlh 2d:dayiprfl'njtit jtffHa.q f8ny.uiy y 3.1. iB4g. o wt-. weseproa. iit-UQVO1tS
) of thePurtboust VnidwiSvllli. m :- rrated by5th 1e dfsenses t 1Icfr ternal azQ.uibj .ind b feel*'c nfidenr that BO- ruU ,

s : fc'r* ffliBffiiwa Ce oi/lA 1s; ;&c: WaKwhino, tiffiffi'jnth I t wCro'soonitithe enjoyment of robu'ti! to ndWIUI bi1tbItitICUla?

&ckipnflle, E. F.,. ec.2 o j$4S4 tUL s *!? | JMn.eyrupiR isjw| Ui|. j leidtb; -:- % dcc, tonCbmiMi SilmonupttLohstf ;
reserfed.GingeryiFrwh g CYOR 'Sept231847J 4- .
..- fei j rja ca as:>ardines'JLHlTw.t'u- VL -- -- --,
( TownEN-D zr-Sir; j: My wife ha* fot; ---
44 ariin 1 s Y54WMAN pers. : 1RAt1Th'sU1STORYOTBELL: S
*iez thrjaetyear:oefn' rery'tiekjand In tf'greatly;
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