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: April 7, 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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eci WilT bs condnued gndIfrbiasi4ekuJfir bu8iBi$$f to ih.f-ii erwq rus qgj ; vhg
:: other tin lands.aLThayj he *elctedbyj: laW which arc?'subject- veth6w hnaruh ] a.| tt et >tb*> mion.my .propq.j d' im1A9q

IL.- i fit for cutcr aiiori ; and -n-list of the' th'cgbiwkc 4

dnUI4 wi hsyg4jar eqqcj.qutTt as he may _select _for militaryor. other'. same to be nfacfe W/hrid 'certified by journey, i qu.pswa ltt jPt74Jiirad
$ i 'Aivrwi }ji i
!'? onths. f $10ii.t -00tlKlGredftort. T2'J !. the-"de'putieitra'a urveydf eneTaV to S Rjo.r!tedkliple
TikM, ; i ; r t 00 aarneiiariner wrdsipon--i he-iamtei' nstmnd the 'wh t h k nb lej l% t un : *

conditions a,'ih'ebther public land* at : m taa t ; Uc-il fte irmch> b reys Wfeyrem -I;.

ApfletwI tzi offfie'UHiltBa-Sfatfitf JIJ "! '' arenotclaime4, geld ovsnthvjctuaj klotirVktdnfsTncm_ sifeai n-h fcetf-JF. 11!'
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A Stfc ifntf e ifurthertnacted,-Thai ;;a. tsrnileo ) tto

'"RTAll tdmiiMtble personal eorarnuriieaiibM' will thfe'*FresiderttB* herebyaiithbrlzed to rd: Th11a5"tr 1 tkedpo AV&trou tbejc- to k gate; when toiig

1,4I.rgedI uerthPmMs.i'.-- ftcsignate'the ite Vwhleh'-the said of.fice Lonisitinn: ; subject to khedisposaloTlthe attk euttningg1jinc \ wB .S n1 them

( { PQ3 shalF betthblibedndth tfejnove .legislu ej >meni i&je-iaWsrf 5 >>j srVvu6esfelon and exttitf 'T i 3t P

4,KrrrJ nl"thfAH w7k the Mme'to--a nybther place tv1t1iiiiiddiaLrietheneyerini That.theprocedsof said lands spall beapplied : rompi to Jdquettpisd I %
vJngc4 rzie.to alight ,;
mmmnni ft jni mart be Jaddr**Vto"r" MJn
bis opinion it ttiay ex.cjusl elyt'as far! as necessWry, tkuepE sutb'liThpphreatlyThirt.y7 aate.ibeora'distinctj sabstantive proposiiioa '

AvuT171 C. ILLLT? btf Deemed expedient. *' tJ- 11 J -a; to,the coqsuuction;.of-the .levees and Istflfris noftraCtbafeapy lant1rftrrti-.tt( *. ;

ci; u .;., :APPROVED March 2, -1849. : 4rnnfoesaL9' ." ihi..p% of'aje.and farraer is' infereated fa ciiltivatio ;-diriTea Hi
BY ALTIIOIUTY.: -. j '- be** r-yi ?, -* evidentlya man of edacalipn and rtfibetaent .. principal nairimeht from' the carboBift aeM
: SEC.rd.
furtherenacte th
t'sttof bbservetf'ari'alr T of'gloomy*abstraction gas of atmosphere. Although wr U iadi*
ACT* AHB 1EOtvtozi (tuic-N /Q6.j Thai' j1 ftc)liTt: 'orhe Kbb'ot hitri; be 'said but mtfevandeven pensible vegetable as well aa animal 1UR.

PISSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF ANACT- granting half1 section of swamp 1ahd (;r subject to' ov ifldw,7 and : little Helmed the?result of in''effort to obviate is'equally1 true; that no animal' taa liviwfth Itodnd
DO plant xI4'1ttin
THK THIRTIETH CONGRESS. land for the use of scrfools; :vVithinfrnctibnal arifittfor cultivation? oil'legnlsnb.!
--- -- ---- '. townihip"nineteen i 'south,: jsj! ns, the,greate part of which isjpf 'and-did'th'e'bdnotsof rof'Uiejmansion) appeared, 2d,1Tbat the bn1t dof'piifa koown 6 4.
: ,herpartJctJ-
(Pv.tc4q, 21.] of range eighteen :west't'county1-61} that'character. IalLb e include4ln said l lay detriment;>abe**a exceedingly ladylikeflnd "practical farmer [immure,. Or" the reIda,
'< l-l > ir? 4} W'l'H ?'>r.*jfT : :
1i ACT to provide for an increase of Lowndes, S'ateof iMissisfippiV rBeit list; but when the greater part ofa subwhole'6fifshhllb'eexcluded beiftftiful/fc-ity SavHiern,sr man are.that' 6f pMtrefsctlen. Neitbeir: water;'bilT,, cutoiL

medical staff and for addition- (lIWSi&fl is beyond-compaHscn-with tbcie of'any Tether phlogiston) nor the sulphatesTjitrate*,tauriites.
the an
enacted by the 'Senate House thrt 'earbonates,- silicatss, pbbsphates'Ofsodand
portidnof :
ever seen She
$1 1 number of chaplain* of the army 'Representatives ofth'e (.Tniiedtd 6f : < : 'retiredIftimech'ateljraftersapper/and[ a servant,: potash; ppr the carbonates}; sulphites'pHcs b'phai

of the United States.Be tfmencdn: 'Cvfigress 'assemble *Thai .Provided, however, That jhe;provisions kftndfrig: some-1 splendid IlabuflnsEonajrnjIl, : of ammonia, liraeT magnesia', 'ao 4''tcidnor"alkaTiei

it enacted by the Senate and House the""school comrnissTohers? orcither"nd-! of this! act; sh lj not, apply, to a ny lands; silver tray, we had just- seated ouftelreVconifortably1 -; iments have ever beehprmed witb toe the al '
fronting on rivers credits bay o.usva'fercpnrsev&CH before1 oLe.enorxnoos fire,,f oal wood ofplanti./iancoonected thejcotre :
Rtprucniatives of the United States ofJlmaicain thority'having''tffifeial cognizance over wl n1have% rilittr.' when servant appeared at tbe end door near ed substances 1'i hieli majr itbhtain them.i"* *

Congress. asstrtiblcd, 't tfnf so, school lands within-fractional totvnship ;my kostlut baud,? and utteredin. sabdusd.but f-id/lr is/Vot'true1: t hf'differed vegetib!*

much of cction third of an act entillrd nineteen south, of range eighteen tv'est, veyed into'JotVor'tfacts under'the acts, distinct tones;tbe,to me, startling word--- matters,durfbg their''the'earth.growth Mtfacfdiifetenc
of third March; eighteen hundred and -4- Mtlrdecoffin babcomeuVer7 "- ,-. .. fcrlHisldgJsalts thi Tor Lindr.iiibaosted
"An act to amend an act entitled An State Mississippi, benndthey1nr ; continual '
eleven, twenty-fqurtjr Mny, eigt-. w.U," was the-only: reply, and the by caltiyatioii ln6ni'kJrAlof
supplemental to an act entitled An hereby authorized to select by legal servant : krain will not produce more remajncratit*
disappeared. > = -
; : t
set providing for the prosecution of the subdivisions- from any of the-public teen hundred and t\veti.ty-fouij; 4ci < My! host -remarked my gate inquisitiTe- Crop' of any, other kind. C ***
existing war between the United Stales, lands within the said State, not otherwise provided further. Tbnt the tlmtedStnt'esshall wonder,und replied 10 it.as-frfi'I 4th.ItIanot true that lands under,cdltivi-
in ho 'mariner be' heTf:IiaSler<>r.liny have betn wd : tion'caniiot be made to' preserve th fr atifeiIlityithout'
said he
and the republic of Mexico, and for other appropriated, a 'quantity:of land adr "to-day. I manure 'on '{be
expense-incurred in selecting?these -have bad w greater misfortune than I-have : contrary-
experienced -
purposes. approved July'nineteentightcen not exceeding one-hall( section, forth since lands naturally irisy be made eice'edingTrfertile'
lands and- father's death losttthia
the my
hundred aniT .forty eight,: as use-'andi" support of schools within'the inciting out list-thereof,; I morning thvJtruest, ndr most rTflablefrkend) I without the additiou''of" manure'ofatiT
9* 4'
or for .itJ
prevents the filling of vacancies in the aid.fractional toivnship.SEC. milking anysurreys that.inuy be| .had Jn.the world -ene wbQm* I.bATebeeataccustomedjo kind whatever: ; '

medical department of the until ., 2. Jlndlt enacted .required. I 'to"' curry.out. .the provisions of' honor huRt ieapet..si my iearli, Stb: : Thert is no natural disintegration6hfis
army further : i. /o/r. Pk y.io i- Soil; m.a state of repose, 3/brmatoDof*4l..
farther authorized by law, be, and the That when the lands:hereby authorized :tIs.lct.! ther'est recollection ; he was the playmate ot.mylfa kalies,unless its surface e'cvei 'wiifrTsOni-i
r A14VEDMareh 2 1849. ? youth, and-the mentor of mine; a foith-
,iitne is hereby, repealed. > to selected shall have'been approved 1 u, ful servant an lj nest man arid a sineere.christianr substances or other Eihiusted laixds1 wh1ch

SECTION 2. And be further exacted of the .} hiib remain uncovered, nerer Improve"'ia'ftitnity
by Secretary Treasury, they atood'by 4itody, idith. "'$ *
PuBr.c-No29. by rest. '! ": tilL u**
That the medical staff of the army be shall he held. by the inhabitants of the [ ] his h'anas: clasped rin niine,I .heard ,l *,lsstJi ,6th :The residue
increaitd the addition of .1AW.4CT:. .ftifrihe. .JsettJen ent. ,oX the he uttered\ they ireze, %ister, meet mejftheaYeD. of"the-decomposition"
tenais. the sub thV
by township herein designated by same claims Ne\v trietJnitedJSt .ut .*,- vegetable rtaieesi or ah of plarit ?1inotmahufiC'

tot surgeon to be appointed as provided tenure .Dn4 upon, the, sameterm t for I 5I ei.r Hampshire *against Pje '*< > Hj* voice Hered l'i.a momeut. and- hi; ontiau-- Nor cjn inauure be ,*ngdj'ofgAj

.by existing laws .and the regular the support of schools in jljie snid .town ', itena'ctld'bytht Senate and ed after:a paused,with,increaje'd temtrit-.. :subrtance, without-the aid -of" the* "puiref-ctite*J *' ?
lions made under them ship, as if they had been selected under 'His loitsisV a --nielancholy one to me. If I L process.-7th, That the? analytical- -
of -Representatives f tne Hnited States |eft my boinc J said.to, hiip,.'Jobp, see t ha11.thingssre.tikeucareof'and inveatrpttloa ef
SECTION 3. Jtnd be further enacted, the prpvisjons,of the,genera) school law cW/ learned chemists, totally disregarding the vital
That the provisions of the act ejcfit- i of the iweniielh pf JVlay thousand ,flftfmericv in Cohgress'ttss! That Jujew mj jrincipil i f<;life;'have not promotedthfrinfiri
,, opt -wife and child _p optrty-'and *lltf; were JM sate
of the l
pen hundred and thirty eight., be., "and eight hundred and twenty-sjx : .Piovi* the Secpntl.'Auditor' 9 : J'reasury: !'eiaitl.he ,- as though they,were"guarded, by an Itiundcid ests of agriculture.- theeoatraryj dTfeffujf .
" ii auhorized settle i he attention .f agriculturists' from"
*' V'* jjcrcby, >, | to ; cwjfat'ebsernitioairif'.thc
extended soldier never ,spoke a jitrsh i ord ta him
hereby said
are, -so as to authorize mdta.t.nevertheless.i Thatthe coin- *; : Opferaiibns of-nature
vV{ -' (_**- *. >* *' "V. and djOsbiwmt[ | .of the .S'tatip'Of iji uJl Biy,lifcforihj lyBTer"merited Jt, J bye tai
the additional oilier the inductive
employment ten chap- xnentiuiieil
missioners or airthoruy tberetroaT'
New Hampshire' against 'the: United a hundred others, many of them, faithful and
lams, for military posts of the United j in the first section oflhi*. net, shall States- "for sundry military true, tt.it histossis. irrearab1e." have been decidedly T injurious I' tajits a' best iottrVstsJ -
expenses iv -
States. j be authorized by 'herein I conie*from 'a.ctiou:10ttbe: Union where
not anything. a
incurred by the $tate. inrepelling/inva Stb. That shade} the grleat fertilittn
SECTION 4. 1nd be it further enacted, c lined 'to select land* put of the slavery.dees n't'eist ; audI brought with me the putrefactive fermentation cannot be agtBt:
sion and insurrectionatIn -
That ihs President be, and ht is here land district In 'which said fractional suppressing nil the prfjuJicerwhich.so generslTy prevail id without it/and consequently no tnahurta
dan Stream in the of Coos insaid the free States in egi4to.thir institutioi.
by authorized, by and with the :advice j township is situated, if there be landWithin Sthte ",in the 'same county rritinner 'and "Iliad'alretdj seen 'much to' soflenUheKe, bat can.be made;'-and no ertility imparted tb ;the I:.

and consent of the Senate, to appoint a i iiuit.it.Ie the said district applicable' toVchqdl the.obsert tfon'of years'wottl* have .failed' to i earth' ;"in any ur-wer", ihdependeat4of' ittrfnfla *
; tj ,. *
the same principles as if the mili- [ ea. Tj d
person as judge advocate for purposes under ifie provisions of upon jive,me so clear an* insight; Into the relation I 9th. That the earth itself ia '
ia therein Yeferred ad had been called capableofteiflg
the army, to be taken from the the of tay twentieth eighteen hundred i .between m'iiater and a*rT, nt'as tbs'sirnpIeinci.; converted into the btst
captains act manure: tof eflectrrtfcit V
out by the President of thtUiiitedStates; dent. It wal hot .'thV' 'imghtj _plunter, t he '.
in the army, who shall have the brevet and *ent.e. : lordly' his dead is only necessiry-thttt-'Tt should -fyfil* ey
and the thus ascertain yrutrtj.talking'o'f ; sla.ve, as ofbis
amount '
to Shaded.1 That iJ it hiould beTcc ted'iavv
pay '
rank, pay, and emoluments of a major I Afti VEbMrCLi2, 1849. dead horse, but .the .kiudi iart>d gentl"e. -
ofcaaIrt' and that inuchouhe .{ .': { V --' :-- .' ._. '-4 .' ,* :; -: ed to be due, put of any unappropriated'money'in -man lamenting, the lass. hnU'euTogizing't e for ihe'generatioa- of' the"1 tfutrefjctiver ffrmen( %
so proviso :tatibn.s "" fc -> *aje i'fMlK c
thetreasdry0ProvidedThe : '* **** '* -
to the third section of 4 27 -' ,virtues fhiagool old/riw : That the:
the teniiity
act ;ap- [ BLjC0. ] fmpartedUb liy t_
laid amount shall rhotexce1edfli the sum Afteran interval silence, my"fiost resum- '
proved July nineteenth eighteen hun AN ACT' ;n lttkri to'*the Fox 'nnd ofaev thousand dollars. '. ed-- -' -' :* "!:*-{"r !" _t. < *s 5'There 1 thaItr nrort permaneht application whenproduced-' by1 abide- '-*-,

dred and forty eight, *> rotates lo offittts ; r \ViscbnsmState. rIvr reservation. zn the AppRpVED.March 2, 1849. arw'said; he', "nun7 6f the old man's *-* 'm' *" s ja iI : atjifjver :1.
: ; '
- ui ihtvAttjuiHiit, General's: aepatueflh4 .of X relatives* and friends Wbo w6uld wish' to fttttndtis I '* litb. Tha "every particle of mfi?*
fuheril T6 Afford nliein Va .
be, and the same it, hereby re* the tfenar and House opporttfEJitjj 'i'.w.i!* -oimtituted if.- i.r y-A jsbadefnnd tgEeTh
Be it, enacted by [ ULir4 0.36.3: ] 8 ver.il plantations have been notified thaThe ,
pealed. of Represntdtitts of the United States AN ACT to define the priod of disabi- will be buried to-night; some, I presume have 'niiil41"-
ROUT. C. W1NTUROP, assembled ;That a1r.adyriyilnd desiring see that &\\
bfJIhierica in'Congress lily imposed certain bidders for oof the feidot'of;veVeVabTe"Je6oaposition.
Iptaktr efthe House of Representatives. "prepared for hi* Interment "" .
things are l" *
propery *
+ t-
all land entries iii delrDihe Green Bay G. M. DALLAS. mail contracts. :: I trust-you will excuse niy' absence fora few :

Vi President. of the United'States and land district, in the State of Wisconsin, _Belt enacted-by: Senate, ,andHouse moments..1- I G -' --. .' \- sbif/ln r'13thl THe urnatlyiforestiinr.Li difference in-'thef fertiHty'Of
President' of'the' 'Seriate.Approted upon the otldnuribered sections ifthe of Reprerntatives- Qj the United Stateso.7ni "Most certainly, sir; but," I added, "if there frdm the circnmstanceoftbe'ir, eaiiJj1y
March 21 lfc49. Fox and W-iscbns'h' river reservation in H'hat is no improprietyj.wou1d be pleased to accom* '
"JA ri a "Congress-assembled, T. more or Itss densely shaded"- PiaewbI h1jv

IES LPOLK. sdSiatet b cpient' the passage blhh th :dibility to'contract (vri'ih: the Post panyycu.
PUBLIC No. ,25 act entitled' "A'ri 'dct ro.grant d ter Office Department, now impjsed.byJavorany him to one of a-long row f cabios- ;situated At face'soil fertile so relnctintly thoae1 never l h1ct jtthith.*
[ '- ] so ng trees i drop -s
tairi quahtity of land to aid in the'improrement -- person or persons,,enteripg the distance of some three hundred yards from their leaie-iwitli the fifstTiTosts. '*rfw ntr3tbrvManypatra

4I.ACT for changing the location of of the Fox- and Wisconsin Into combinAtions ngainst s id department the,mansion. The house was crowded wjtb'negroes '- 1 ibpart more fertility

jfie Jsrid office iii the) "btppewa jnnd riveriirrind-wnnect'tliesame by'ddhal!, in,relation to contracts therewith, who' all arose on our entranceTaijd many vtbtKt soH tHaa 'theytxefactrfrora irHlaring
district and csiabliFbing addition. !' !' 'of'tb, z haned gr ti g iihzxiy1i stinwas' -'their'to"bwtli--'abtr micremenlk7: bat bytheir
of Wisconsinr -
itiiIie Territory appro- shall in nil cnseV,.existing or to exist, 'shade1.1 **' .-** *&* &a'-* ?>
fil l (and district in the State :of Wis. red on the eighitydajpof August, igh- cease-nfter CheVxpiraiton* of five years bjeet iynipathy from them' The- 'Utfc.-Th> natural provision rfo tbVrenoH.tiori .-

fcohiin. teen i hundred'and io/ty.si3tf be, and the from the lime 'incurred: Provided.. corp e'wns depp'sit'tJ in teceffiuibttired, in a of w6rn6at:lands 'ap"peanP W'be taf t-.. (

Mtit enacted by jtheStnate and.House. same are herebyudeclaredrtos goad That;any person,incurring said disabi7 "coffin'ebroud itself';.f tbefitist.painted black.cotton. 'niaterials*' s and, **-the., 'That"some'plants, 'like vs6meJ animals,.re ftlro
but little food these thrive .bestVoa
cf Rtfrtyentativta of the United States and valid as .though said;act hnd not SCO2i: **;& gWS 118- Tbe master stopped' his head and laying.bis sbilsJ Every': practical fafroer kaowk'Ua tbepoorfest .

jf America"' i, Congress assembled.."1 hat" been passed r tProyided, nevertheless, ed therefrom: hand"upon (he' cold brow1 of >his faithful if additional fertility te'givett to the soU.tEey ;
from* and after i the r >thirtieth June-- "S'pcxt* Tha the governor-of.said State is-hereby '' 'Ap&OVEDi'ATCiwI4' ; bondsman,'gazed long' and, intently'lupontfea dissppeaff almost magicallyl*. -- %$&&:

tl1tad office fort theale. of1th&1pnbie1: } authorised 1tat1e .tedn.4uafl; 'reI-with-whlhbA'and which be'nbw looked bad been upon so for long the familiar last time, b-'*1'HowevsfC ifidustriou8& ; e&trjS0tio.

in the land, district ,of othrr Iapdsin lieu thereof; vsub ., Tb. Wl( diiIaJ and a farmerrna7.be.cao'continncto'4ultj.atararnTexo
tpds; Chippewa tity ; ori feifttff iraisiiig his eyes at i.ngth.; gliafcing eduktn. undr ,

1JIbs! removedrl the falls 'of:Str jecif bwtftttTi&tot the. ppmvaLqf the k 4t' Ciucn4U : uponthV serious coufltenancesVBOwibent"upon preserve its natural fertility by nanurW mad* '

4o of iPrenident of the.lInilcdi.St mu. k$a CQITSCt tersion1: for the use of ii uoubt. hii, he said solemnly and with much. ;ftelflnt on thf'fMrm; Httmptinjm tbIthaad
,. vf > a' &) &$* Mn a-tij j
*" *- VTt -< 4T% i w I* G Jf 7T 5"n tu'ft 2 : & f-t a -t4 :
SI. troix, Jthe.pjoj>osed territory of Sgc.:2. dth&.be ii further t tnactedt iDgbtnbandf. Listen: 7t J'He was a'faithful servant and a true Christian rndat1aiL

wiopsotp j.nnd Wleeotti\e.| public lands ,That all similar enuiesil.a4eevwi ; inatfhavVnabthir wife but.me.v '; if;'rou follow hIs zamplA/atnt livS as he farmer 16th.may Through fertilizt th )evefylacrei g aIadsfli7 f'hVto

ill the uid district; -shall thereafterubeWat purobered.scctions.pi;tjajdtions reeryn. "- .a sThedskaUj noti-Uk iDt iilij.jlvou a aybt Iive3-iione Iofkoii need f Ar 'wheflthetltheiesuirjitoliIj'iert. *ableperfection to*cttlijvatep,Iutbii N
MerVant bow
jof girl to
utiful brazen image 1- 7"
Le -btillwaiei, in the county nforpWld. -: be also deji-lajed .;tq lawgoqd. IdowtfA-'kWi'H wrwlifr,1 Writ* rfjtelbusihuU snow of eighty winters agriculture& T -
v'Apatrar'cb.wittt -
teCIV4i IOU i1Ul J mos iifieerely btUetiontr '
And valid aAS : wifeivisitngjjC b'-4t4 i>n'his hcadfanswered- tI C u* 'raar be nbuhdintlv snstolned'wr

be JtcheI: icted; c ;? 1- -- I ,Tttb' i not J'5Lu43 Ukt fulL the tii name of.thy wile- I,. Master.-it; !strand; TSS wt will tats try* to .HTSi jiiotni nently otforrtae"Hib rv ttoV* siagrrcoltufalisfc 'P
; t
?c -
-lb*t for land 4- i 'hioL" -; V6uri wit fe % f>
the sale of the public m- I' tit
-tt-Jt f -T.
if tqe.e.heesptably. &iiV* *' /-i
Rem.mbeztb7i j-
. addi-- Li's ,' -; > herii W* murmur? of,general assent, ana : *>;-'j i u SB?_. 4LT'BALDrt: __,. :
territory of no -t after some inVtructions VVUtivsi to:th$Jbarisl >- .--z* "rsa i SSi*, ,---_f1h'.4_-_-_ fcF S sf
4tflUand offie and lana dstrsctnr. -t 5. Honor thy wift's father and i tb' rJr8Th > --j -' .L 74j } *
.. t't Em@ttian.-The r
41 L ''L ; -. ,4(4PL'iflap LitiaIaoI: friti 4f r TA? JL Wf flf?$ ?* :.
Jft ?* &bOUt 1III- OClOCl 1 servaFitappearEt 1ibe lihas1heffollowiDgrecupituUtI(3noftha4'ra'ber
thetherein ewuwp 1ands. f.7T,Tboursh lt not.find fault with thy dlancn v* and.to of vessels Snd tluiV havt Itfl Uji*
',t. trtcluded within thef4!>trtcta* f in draining ( } heib&i >" I notice-tVat tbey>erti'jeady ,t .JMOTe, 1 ;

1hnd tubject to sale at.Green Bay,' MI .- -.----- &Wshidi.lMtibel96iBdjJbyArtgUwr. ? &.w It fartb'w uutructlohs' eieiieCesar7Ij Into; 1TotaVin 19S(v
7at afot1s'1t lsi niakid to hit by ;tipp1ng
or Mineral F ifltwtikbshlL pt jJ3ec4j4 .L 10.Ji Tbou sbnh not'yUit theroint8Tern' j thou UJ&z$45

Jeiwesentativei of'je .tJntedSta1es PI .ltna covet'4 ke t ejk*epeumtobtstvbikey Th.pT.ocin *4uvedeud' ,: i'I k -*.- | --
this j
JtzjeflCd C'QISrES assanQtcu; & ndyWor'bf8r ib4 or bia oftheroaniion.ei ; 114 a
tIi& 3.- 01 Zn jsbohinLbebatr pt't11 its route M.wiihin aTtwjarxl .
LIki 3
aid k'4 ftgroe.ar.T4ged,1
I Presidegtbei stitiIi, isii ie.rized ukch .1 (t'
no i1jojntfby'd Wih struct ing eece8ayiikeeatadraipi bjHMPPnV s p dp ;*, fltIe.: fltire1eiItIr Lt rni.; ia'.a
,flVIrtfi&rraca .niJhe'(9 osbiooirg'I a.'thc dunce, nor tb* otfeWfiSt on' i 7k"
i1W tteJulstw | ot _." 1 F
jhtjhrJhWor!hope'n eilofUiO''y 1e *'-Urw>ifcw i \ tIoim1n.nhereca1ll
Vctflo ed ana / &AVtf Hbeftw'ilft'h ehiniiMiiiJiwent iSylhonsaa AbUt the.c.pr&W4atti '
; bs, for the sacf(listrictrMsblF |>9tstq1PutIte4an,9 o'clock} ;uJ I
- ctivel3, be-recjud to reside att ,':be o ar JoitLiliaLt9tli .

. fid ,ot1k 1 d alI'> ilion UMmnMx mWfc ? iaot re agisia e P'gtIe udtd: -, 9IzF.4o1n herq ttafleci; .
four ,
'" 'v d ;t # .j PVi-U2 years T* $ of pusieligertf
.. odIE1 ofZbresiOZt
-" de :515'provitJorthe
t$- 1IThOD tseorms ntt1ieato.eco nir e54de1iY1tI tIe! i nciizU Mulesaw selling" ;":at'-$90? per -ne&d, ftt f t,: $ bW'mldw.4& ino1Id's4jn I

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...' t'r: :' !.n.N.Y..8a lriPi :haa. t 1.b > 1"- rovisionsiind,The price of cotton the necessaries dmpajfed lifeow w1tbt$ wj leads? .If. 0.. "ftIt '. i iteato4kiflSjO i b.h'/el& h, Tat- ndto: _express'V V V

;.: ,' IbTHi.;eotTtspondent'.who haajeome oot'yetj'o p many of the ptinteriio look towards manufacturingforrelief 5n ''ihjB'contrary, the.direct. r-.t.w" _.tti)1"i"\.i\I -

:Jr ." iict1. b. ; e1Se. I am rejoicedtom :. N6i III&.-.,...( t teUvdf- .At
'4 .<' !'.' .. ;, "' .. t. .:.. ;t 4V, th.Jr t he caser pii1yia\tbd. J .. bJ-
L:..j! f._ mm J eqbr .tl' 11 tention aroused to the importance of : *r.liicb coueeresihemJ'-ThI\ 1M"JIIi
,\ 'J!ation the So jfth wealthier I., pjyV
i awakens some .. .
i.f; ; template geld hunting. *.* it" 'IfJ ':- j|ectand the occasion JH," 'kI''tJ'Ut- .;.:. .
f and thoughts,which may be nseful among onrelv telligent Tree. roin t c "We do not ascribe Improper
*. 1 9f .more ,
:42. SAH FRANCISCO, Feb-.lj ] ; ; : 121ftI..o
r: :' .; write agin before'l returned l ;;lfabt to-the'cbttoff planters.K l JACKSONVILLE,1, .. tL ?, 1849. .th Q 1! Ws ie' 1m9jJiOflhst$; 1Ir
dtdn'ttb1nk to "
If..t,, .*. U- the mines but, having anopportunjty;; bra is'not beyond the memory f this agllfwjnaJortoAutePW I'S .. .- ;.S. .. '. .= 'I,}Jese4)wt,_ ? "* +- ff 1 1Ithi.W3WMCh. ...J1'i "

i ( :. : that .starts ,tcWlay:>' ;o &hal 'em o r..d in1, e JoWn EIeclIofl., : -Copulation.otthe.North, but. fnOr11aJL0'. *.*-,J .1t .. *" ,, "t

!:rt.: ;,: SStcheeforlheNew York*>sociated' .press-! b eIgr1cuttraUo..degreetlaatibould When forbid :AttheecI9n iF wing entirely its,agrieult ItWipla..- t1l.e- 'abon ef ha 1i i "

: ,'. stud Ion the latest newsf although there is not the introJnctiob'of tnanufactnre mu!- InR plTto much.U5ihUWl&
!F.' : tnueh intelligence at present in this'community. t ittdei1ookedont itttI'! reat-eores'and i thu1a1Ofl i O tI'i71a r to_ ihe Hniiitutionof *slavrery accords'H\H ?
w.J.h thJXboIitionistUinixnjfff;
;r' of stowed re but all the manufacturing villagesras boils, filling the D iy DoRiiiN}wa cb senlntendanti V lfkb'i;
TaereV piles gold : ; i which11 i ihis ay stetn e ( xi c liI ltte'r; OdhO1 WWI h aif I
.-', are down tick and',what vally-is their body politic with!uBoat.ul'ftl>heatand corrupting j ifi'n;* fjfeffo.v 0tt
.: tk' diggers a1.1ff: f A 'niM' r : R a: aj:) 10 .r ? &i thatiirouft Sodthern'DlinocratJc: J I
1 \ t.Uera'8uff'erin' with remittentfevert the constitution. And I am certain a vast SV', e l V moreover, tjiecoIored.aboing [ ; Savanaah Q

5; r .' Liphit,canine is verymuch wanted;.her*- deal'of :this-same'prejudice-is elill living and T. :.Ledwith, : 'ehiWp) .Fraer.G' ', ." '"X'''aie' -J: lion:of.the South,are,better: .. ai* ;s. OoIan.s'Jadjjj. J t."Yt ... ... _.
: i : At present bark and wine is the only lubatli' crawling sometimes 'upon the very helghts'bfntelflgenee \ PJI8ce."t hi' auove, n"fi
: wise "who Mi.Kiel and Dr. A.,S. Baldwin.!! I' V Ii d.-'J" 't". : ., mp. .
\ teot Many who hid Jtbeir gold away before l ambng the politicians, V clolheil-- add'darihof e :frte'(r

.r'5 ; they\k the fever; and who snbsequlently went have had a large share in thndmInistratIOflofheFedral V ." .' .. V l t brt tbvbite'- J1 b ri rrp ether, simply to show.Witb"h:
;ti. t.: of tVeir haa entirely forgot where t Government this'day.- Fire in .Quincy.W *ingenuity'"aomff*
out : h..da/ ."; :. !. ( : t f. (4 ,ttj.'t1'J a* ?swi4 parent" few\.1SoiitJrli

f ; :. ,", they stowed it, and.some of-the, boys baa nude. :Ho".t,er;* ''may:iTaujgh, .that men ,1 -.can i-' :regret to learn .frornthe; Senti; "the a; nor&h,; :1't;' ". :."....0' ... ". Wbigjoumnala_ eudeavb! -: Vl 'to'ueiena
di .
r/,; considerable by hunting up these iaremtmberd read and>rite; ( should:envsoegregiousfj,. ofthi oLtha
.tr- .";. deposits.:',sich :is-f:.life in-* CalifornyK! ,I*** Vote of the errbrista the painful story. ,, then I el," ibal the town otQuknct1wGadi'&n ,tiMktmt:i -T*adoption w ,43- Mr.-/CLAY. It ia yery.poisiblj i i&i if

r;. j. .4 rain comufloi perpetual,, and.irejuttiii the. the'changing: policy; of'bur'government in rcad count'y iasvisited itdestru ion GARRISONmay das'etJ"from Mi-'CtAr
.!r.,_ :. bar-rooms_..p ring",over; old newspapers, our p ect to the tariff/ahows, tbttbe, industry', of ) li2 t'uh.2 the- Northern and Southern- ;sectiens-* .*

.:; :. .pints getting lower every,day, and all of.usas our t own mechanics and laborers is by'nb: means8ecnreagainst 't'I'e" fire 7,T, on-. 'h' i.riit1t",or. -*v*: -.' "" *"** nid ;wereneariy heame. Ea h J iifiiiiihigtMnvthaii rnay'dijjent Irwl
I" :. ; melanlho:, u.bottle.plder.. The. la skip the.revolutibns'of party, andtb? : teriaa : the .. .
The Presby .Churchtand
new two mJlUon of ,
quite ,ijp habitants. a -pocjfej
.t.w. :,. out at the diggings is.said to.be a waste ef water prejudices .of those.who fear.>ha\a; towji built P'c !, aajo? thejtncthod oft;.
" '0 but we endeavorto buoy our hearts up i in thv neighborhood would ruin:their estate, building occupied ,by the Quincy. Male exported about$9,800,540and; the. rying similar,pI8nl-lnto'ext'euI : '
J".j I O, .
i! ... f. :;; with the idea that there/a arjr time> __;gBeaH and that a manufactot-j '-n'v uia .&u"i1iti,< mwils. I arid.Fernaie Academy were totally 'con- 200, OO.; Even the -property,?.was, t Wg 1
itlt h' '
::! b.. ;. *jai,< mVB*.boc. of the Ppa" Those who have nqjneighbers; mIL;,happl- ,0,, .. ", 'I' Vumc4V r' V same... Up to 1816'When the ,Bank, it reev S.'Ya.I1'n :CJ.orgfaQm
- ,, ;%. increase by./oreign Myaltf which is .very want while those: who have them'want i V V : b4eyjngMr. CLA
ly none- uJ

It the abroad '" V tive policy went, jnto operation the h0flesdsincere
;ij'.G: ;i unpopular. eruption from more;' and the latter class is the growing one in : -
,: ; ; should ,continue, there will be a serious break. tt this Republic-and particularly among 'thePlanters ... V. North &' )S6nt1i.We | VV V V the lead of the North inCouiroeree. I in) the\:vietva which h hu'X\

: : out among ,the Native Americans. We've bot it.hits room to portion to her the / and rot
.t : grew. much with ;population i pYesse .1bin
have been
gratlfied iiO-n"1f'
: r-- and paid for this silewith, our blood and,treasure : L 'rII" *
inhabitants of the North the North i ) **t -
!:? t' ; and yet the Britishers carry off cart-load Suppose all the were the -of pamphlei rider the in manufactures. What be leve.him I to tit.e;mOlt i aangeroaa.IU
a .
to be, wheat paying little attention ,
';:.i ,t after cart-load, our republican gold to maintain growers very now ? Population, commerce, & .
: to anything .but their farms? then they above title be, a -.lecturedelivered t yrlV f i>l f91 '
: j :: the issue English sovereigns. Wasn't. it purporting: .hare. all declined.- la the South lrlll &t fi
: ,
: ;
' .4: ;a American mettle, and nothing else, that kon- wonld-beas the South now are, and.the North :-by Mr. ELWOOD FISHER,..before iV .. insiitutionof. ;the\South. 1tJ (7!.&.
? 1
would all their prosperity ,. .
.'tl.'J.r. kered thill mineral region! And why should were thirty yearLflgO, they buy : ?'. .._.t1'nrt., : 4 :- -. ..
"i. these nndermining furriners be allowed to dig hats and shoes and cottons and woollens, as the the. :uY: un< Me. .'i Mercantile. Library Take Massachusetts. the meat [Cerrupondeneeofthei ?altjm.re "

:j ? the foundations of their fortunea' on our real es South do now, and.the North did forty .years Cincinnati i 'I Ohio i dir.the, Northern ,system 'and ... &a.j]
J Association", : tt.| WABBINHtrmony
: : .; &tel If John Bull wants a golden calf,, let ago,-thy w.uld be compelled .to sell their least Ni March 22.

:..: ,t Vim get one for himself, and not come here to surplus provisions at the lowest, rate, and pay i Before commencing' jt, we supposed, of elaveholding State.. -of the.Cabinet Pnjenct i/f/Jft P&aThe &

:-4I. i.- : interfere with American stock. the highest to the manufacturer for raiment Teroge,;property,of a freeperaonin V tknf-e,ob.l liX1Irizriti17uJOJin _
:1bf..I and furniture that th. incomeof from the latitude of the place ; where .it Hlitr,
and utensils so 'in
: :'h: In reply to enquiring friends on the subject :was231-wbile- the bean'ideal, ,- Sy1Ipmzmen r.Appt 7l Tir-.JInit
:J ii; of goods for this market, I should say that coffins a farm would hardly dress. a fashionable person first appears to have seen the light, that State. the .
average iikonlj $406 .
; .l of the day. 4-c. 'J1)' 1p ,
<;4 got up in the best style would pay. When I, 'present ;'t'
d iVwas the usual farrago of Abolition rhe condition i
, :.
.t. feller has collected a forten of half a million Planters of the South give all attention te age of Virginia,:i*looked I s &t&Q.w.ne con h.grs..tq >-JtO&tteiliti.t

/ l '; .er so,he doesn't like the thoughts of being ahoved riculture. They not, only,neglect to raise :up hypocrisy, worked: up 'i in l.i' new': form.t JB ncholy'. rfsuU \9 atovery. 'I h '4'?' !., ? ?W; JPln44S! prf

...4-4.' ;. naked into the pit with the tag-rag ,and various manufacture among themselves, but and intended influence Kentucky .in cpmpiire.wUh! the great State oC. to many subjects the opinion or,tit Pr undent{,
I. bob-tail when he could afford to pay for a they devote their attentiom almost wholly to two The 'ifot. ''only "confded'in J6u thfs juclgmimt'. ie. .
1::r .< splendid private box. or three staples production: cotton, sugar, :the approaching remodeling of her, Con average proplr 1.in,,1847of knowledge*: to ibe-wise and-:corratfer n..1lJ

;:':: q.'t Dancing is the principal amusement here;' rice: tobacco:nnd these they cultivate some- stitution.' We'- in Virginia, was.S758--in! Ne ;f f Uen JntQ.no m 4fakQou.yet.ll ilt9bfcibecontinues

''r: : .: but it ia pretty much of the stag order, as we sometimes to the neglect of corn. and, wheat: were agreeably surprised $260, ora littlemorethan.third,, ) : i. to.exercise i the'same praJeoce and
t"t are short of pettycoats-except the squaws, forcing themselves to buy abroad not only their to .find i that it contained i n powerful does. Kentucky, abolitionist ridden caution. V J-"vft-v<->
f ". ...:. wnich indeed wear no pettycoats, but only a clothing hut a part of the provisions; and this. d.ti ar ffir 1A t w.kftti'.i .
,;l: :. light wrapper. They ore of an effeckshvnut too:with an article in the shape of cotton, thatis argument, in d' f nce'' ofSquthern' institutions with happy Phic"fIn: lS48;the Ii 'a', tJ, signs'ot;thej Adoption bfij fW j&h; .

::t1 :j disposition but all-fired yaller. (om. Jones in value the still t.it belonging io.a free ,,in. .
.. II'r : reduced by quantity forced upon ,- more, th gave V .person : policy, but the' appeiruncc.of things Biff b;'.
,, ,'.. with his six feet and more looks well in a fan the market.. $456. In Ohio j it s.bnlyS275.-. rIAf.eq\ l1. .
for her "? .
.. to the South : ':e
reasons '** 4 \a
stronger *
. f f**
looked .
is ranch th Mexicans.
dango. He up to by 1 No-peop1e' an stand this process long. How ,. Again j property:is.more,equally ( I I lt?! tbiitIepJrmnfebtI1Tie ti IPQll'7t at Jf art tiro ofih. ,
.q.:. '.:.' GO!. Mason and Col. Stevenson is in the South'have held out to the present day, is, : insisting upon her share 'of the 'newly in the Southern States. Acc .' Ilohte ii'rtd th'eOe'ne&Fj..
: ': -.. town, having recently returned from a successful like Britain's paying her national debt, a than have "' rdiDi ,o fie& >epi>rtnie'nti-w now tittteti\iia'lda Ii-
, .-, ".:.. botanising excursion-so one of the Govern to be solved for the way that cotton has i acquired territory, eer yet .susof 1840'Xfassachuseitsj; :* yond hesitutiou,orreconsMerafciqnix Llcriibcnti
': .M>* ,1' or's aids told me yesterday; but he said he grown on the market for fifty years; from a been adduced by any politico!. :.writer, lation nearly.equals thit Virginia; L .laQr i jg!! oflici inihese ttepp *t 1t

;:.%: ;..: reckoned they had been after the root of all thousand bales to two millions; and the way in or by of our public men. .brick, and .1249' -wooden houses. V tojoill: the army f, \lcaJ.vt'yp jn i
r ". evil and I any f
." botanising was merely specious pre course of t er. Th "
which it continues to'grbw.with the enlargemenl .h.e.1 qu :!6Jl.lh 121 It
t. ."" tence. The soldiers that are kept on duty here of the cotton fields would seem as if the world From the :oncise'ltylo' 'of the work, built 402 brick and 2,604 1ooden iff to bexdohe-ayitenia\ically/-in nch'iway #

t; : .grumble. They sny, and it's reasonable, that eould not long continue to 'for the article the costoftheIousetrjn as tORToid any inTidioua UiatibctionsJt f.tJt1 t
: p'g pay a it being a condensed surriary' of the.'statistical
.it's too bad to soldier here for
keep a private a price sufficient to remunerate the planters.Were .- 'double that of' the houses in Yi ; ; :'A4 e 4.OfltiflCflt. Clt .1ft'd(fli".J .,
: : 4, sentry, while an officer can go to the mines and the of the North turned faets'ece.sary the 'author o.tntt: iq Virginia "foruif an exfif ption fn'tlu 0;
i industry .
so exclusively
1840 Ohio built 970f brick;'i l d '
;!.: ; rich in week. f '
i get a
in one direction, it would suffer as the : gzeIali1il!, ainl: was required in chrdcie'rueh l'
to make out)his theoryJt would be utterly
:to I i. .: The price of building lots is going up like a South does the want of nil things from the houses. Kentucky built'4S5l_ : Jr: r hon-proscrrptiVeTpyiicy j 'iipoir wlnclilVir|% Vs

::_ ; rocket. As San Francisco is bound to be bigger crown- fIr the bend to.the sole of the foot, from impossible for us to give ,an abstract wOOlen nou 'Ps.- 'Thus with iTwh'ite ia has already uctcd:m heristate gorer&meaU 3-

-I.j. : than rents New-York within fifty years, real estate the under garment, 'to the overcoat-from the I outs pages. We purpose.giving only two fifths s'-tuat'of Ohio, she' 'b rJQ ..t'; t e .f K'fJi t1 ctt rtmt&is .
and is the Wall street .
t. >: put up to figger.Nothin1 .willlbc known that .
4 axe and hammer to the nail -from the chair fcooju )its..policy
like ahead. I have fourths the n mbeiofbous i: In *< fl ; *:
I. .!' looking purchased to the sofa,the wagon to the plough, or else be ti our readers from time to time portions ; of very.gener.ilchanges. There lIre st nnltoftw't I'3t

;I J-:t'l.. a location for a tent in India Rubber street, for content with a very inferior article wroughtout oi this.'most able document being Virginia 'anlKentucky constructed >ehtren thousandOf yOTf IffliLIIncIVtb& ".
. hundred '
and have been
a ounces already oft'er- with great COlt.n coarsely 'finishedand logs jn proportion' to the whole ; applications lorWch those 'wojthiitTii J
. yet |
:'. :. fifty per cent. profit on my bugltin.i. soon used obliged to content ourself for the present white'id isVverygreiit, 5, .",. < '-1
:: up. bla'ckV.than ( And]\ "to't. :
Fysicians do well here. The principal fee- 1 i1tt
: from the limited size of Theapphicantimght as well sate thtnselin
The South, well awake to the importance our -
' .;.fi ture of their practice is bleeding. Lawyers may great paper, In t articles. of food, the I the'trouble; for their papers arVpuUortitja
::.: not much required here, as that greut principle of multiplying its own resources, cf with 'calling attention to the same and .
: .. );, democracy, the hardest fend off, settles cultivating in ,itselfthose branches of industry enjoy .the,greater pomr rt. In .1840 : : I quiet pigr on-holes,. never to be disturbed.*

:'. .I-' ail disputes in this community, and we have no which are essential to the prosperity of any giving merely' the conelLl.ionsVhit'h, nrc and, Ohio 1 possessed.; pearly..the a L highest district will Whig authority- each C'ODgreislooiI "
atht ;
; be.talten _guii<( "t
'.. ..: coroner's inquests to make trouble, if a filler grentpeoplendot the same branches, so fIr drawn, 'therein. .from statistical. sources, number of.hogs. Virginia, hail, a .the department: jn tchoicepersonitob.proper
which make the North *
as they possibly can
: ; ,1i
); happens to die of a sudd ntThe universal stock
: of.neat.Ciittle thnNewYoyk : In
. religion is Catholic the in favor rich. The rewards of labor that yen costs within .the. reach of nIl. .. ... ; ; ); a'ppointeU. : most case,1 jhe authority si'biefnbVrelectof
:-ft: masses being ; jV KsaYroinfrtu'eiisrbetaken ytll
.tion to.her whole population white>
nothing be eaten ,
all by the'necessary
ef mny up
: purgatory.An The of civilization
'j'. .:;:1 attempt was recently made to introduce food and clothing of the laborers upon the various system in.opera In poultry her.proportion .was.c u 1e, : ;' for. if the"lrcti n hithoStatonpfclf, t f

.( trial.by jury here, and a jury of twelve furri parts cf the field, and branches of industry tion in the' United States ,is one' that portion to her white population; I lien.pr thebte tha :Whig-niemhr4luDewvcrsu .t't
djstrlcts., Potniater t
4 the whole communityincreee in wealth, comforts .ge era1 rou refy.op; *
'J'i sers-for the boys wouldn't consent to try one the world has never before seen'. It Is duces 25 per cent. more .o! heat.) 011 the next' best Whig'authority 'tiste canttrid
and There be
resoorses. must not only '
I. :-: another-found a Texan Ranger guilty of killing '- ti '
. 'l I' an Injun. Next.day, all the jury met with industry, but it must be distributed among the a combination; _of txvo. old\ systems. It and 200 per cent nijgre.thiin New -th'eVhtg-n6u.Meeuor' 'ihe Wt.ig- caucdits 1t
and ; "
S7h3 *
.. conventions? *
! ': fatal accidents and since then can't .pursuits essential to supply the first necessities is notorious that OhioandNewYork
of ;
; you get combines that commerce. ..manufactures
: prob.ihly.rtquir.e ayearfcrtlidepartitieiir
: ; of a community, otherwise a people with California ylt-will Dearly 11
:: nobody ,to serve., They all say its unlucky. exporters of meat and gr in, While i .
' '?':: Temp'rance men has a poor chance in Californy. gold may want bread and shoes .and nnd "agriculture! confederated, ; vigilant und actiie.as.itnill Joferret'out \

I"\;;,., If you don't licker when youre asked, it's ..con pleasant dreUings-and if by any'change tin with agriculture distinct of-itself"' The .contnually.imp"rJ', !. .. thesearticles. ,,. of all 'the Qemocrats who occupy stst jepiin .1
-t t sidered personal. You're bound to wood ordie ,mine fails, .they are the most destitute of al the New York the want is.supplied' by 3 I 'its gilt: Some are more proraineut'ani will
. :: : up land. former is .in operation i in the Northern be sooner selected as uiarksltban! other.' flb,
in this I
i. :: and way, many who ar principled V V bushels.* potatoeB. Virginia, the. in the
, !; : against the ardent get shot in the neck to save in .much smaller postmaster capital of P.enhsjlTUU,
Statesjrthe..latter the' Sou.t laboring
i A.:': their lives. One chap who refused to drink V e!n poiuUtiont who edits a democratic paper, need not.ikjak to 1t
; : Misguided Ambition.From i .34 and a .half millions of .bushels avert his fate,byr publishing editorials copl1menti4)lr -
;. ;i Kad it poured down him, and was afterwards But this has only ,become, apparent; at a L : of

' I ..' tarred and feathered for taking an emetic a powerfully written article in the Macon late day. From the 'moment when a I more- costly. and'subatatitiai. article, of : If Mr C'olamcr<:ellarner/don't on;going I.Tthtted2tD, q.school fcrfrfooted
: ." I,jJ discharge the from his stomach. lIe'wa.. We could .
. eling the the two
Tel.graph on subject of Mr. CLAY'S letter compare se bare-headed
- 'i. q" very indignant at first, but a pocket pistol being National Rank 'and'a Protective Tariff"lent [ pr.rather, hic'idleaa: .befs Winy c
.. x.. we extract the foU "ing. After quotingthe I' other point of political economy, i in duysllienl am much mistitken. V
.: thrust into his mouth, he was very glad to the of the : i
'.: ,t. draw in his horn. One of the New York boys, famous paragraph wherein Mr. CLAY argues; moneyed' capital I'oun-' of life, th. e\lth.the freedom As to the Horae'Depiirtinent haie.no,dnntt
.. .' him he didn't take that nnd a bonus to the manufacturing .the freedom th4t Mr. Ewing is preparing to'work extefl51'chaiigesin ',.
::1 who likes joke, told it "if slavery be justified the wisest man in try, gaye from vice which the. ,
::\::..r, ; Xis place glass where like there a Christian was.nothiu', he should but spirits.be sent to a the world can made slaves of all the rest," that .interests ,of.a, particular section, .tea enjoy in preference, the tx The Marylanders all the and offices Virginians subject to will his soffetf .l.!

;. 1'. Some of us begins to be a little home-sick, I journal proceeds: : from that -moment the> Southern) t4tel/ have !not-the .ipnce;J Tii e. inference his hands rwuether whig or deniocwt. H.Yill *,

. '.:; 'specially when the band of the Independence We will not stop to discuss this prolific which had hitherto :equalled their'Northern these statistical /Acts is conclusive.. 3fvcrth.Vwest. S *?V .A VTA (:
'J .,r, plays "Yankee Doodle or -Home,sweet home,JJ theme, upon.which so much bus been said and agricultural system of the South ; The Senate confirmed but one nomination itfayGbv."PenningtonTs > -I

"4tj; ,, t. or "The girl I left hehind me." But what's the written. All men having n share'in any,Southern competitors, i :1 manufactures. and I orithe and'there wiirbe 10 .
,4,..:.J its of fretting The longer we stay, the more community, or an interest in its peace and' deottthemselves p Ip tirely of slavery twe ? more Imt: lu.. The sitting was consameau I ,
: Y: we'll get, and the shorter time we'll hive to welfare, have already made this. question a commerce, entirely :er: wealth, comforts, and morality, disc .ion.on the Mexican protocol, which ?u*

;; ,. spend it in. However, I only want $10,000 gr&vt subject for study. We will only state' in 'agriculture. The two.sy.teme.hnve', North. The emancipationist's' : lead to no results, and hey will adjoun .

r/'i'V more, and then hi! hi! for.New York, and a passing, iiiKt Mr. Clay places himself in a position n \v. been long 'enough operation-to: 'the hiad, 'of whom 'we, ,way morrow. sinedie.MrEv4us .' .t1I,
;L V'J- ; >pretty gal, and a fast crab on the Third Aven- :in this extract, that removes all,Doubts t.o. -- had accepted the'appointtflt0ttowmisionrr. t
!!;IS.t$; .. .ne. It puts me.in all sorts of good humor when with respect te his sympathies! The' hrm stands study their eff' ctia.' At the present. day. (fLATj have the ground taken (rein, arid is vn his way jo;t hireity/-. ,.1

'; I think what a splash :I'll cut in a sulk', making self-confessed, an avowed Abolitionist.. !He it is the fashion lOpoint at the. 'ci: Those 'who1 would1 quietly ;. The bQaIiU be immediately01the d,'tnd ,.1

' .' ,.three minutes time to Burnham's. I shall takes position with Seward,_nnd Hale, i d.Gid- ; great despoiled from any participation hi i Secretary_ fJute V V wiirgire, riotieto" V C1iU, .
j42f ; write. again before then, though. dings. The paragraph quoted above' is'but ihe ties, the dense population,-the vast V 'acquired territery; must now be Anis'Uc\iol'\llng 1 s ; V !;1t.
"r' .. :' Yours A DiSBANnxo VOLUNTEER. reiteration, the sentiments, yoided the 1Ifaiijhminuitioni Uhat hai 4Lbe D'eXpiC1etand ._
,c; I _ _ upon public'workl''oftbe North 'nr an evi-: beh:1t.j agricultural Ja.
,;.!: .. country by all the organs of the Abolitionists system is !1rged for various-offices{hate ,b .. i

..4; i.;. 17: It would seem from following article for.the last twenty years.- This"pass in Air. dcnce. .. of. pr,,. tperity. .On the other hand,, with:a'densely.settled population, Jiejd i -f jroradjisen,a I.J.j.o |1hedi5ap3 teI

k"4.... :' t. that the Abolitiouists and free' soilers are 'well. L Clay's letter then, while it reflects with as much the deserted"'harbor_* 'fth. "S'outh her more space.. The"'Northern' Statet; mept 'of' me,.rtiescpncernedv )We8kaiI 9'
I ,
hear.1 'gointmeuts.2.
! severity the however of
':it ; i pleaiMwiththenewCablnet7 upon politic mnoraIitybii r : many tJ
to all .
a : home, as if it came from Garrison or John P. rompanttively .sparse population,. the:, possess th.e new territory, "0 Vj'' ft?>rpwrr* *r!. ,( T.Jw' ", 1e
I fron ttu Ntn.Btdftrd'Mereur, Match 14fA-a lJile-.we regard as perhaps the,severest blowwe give them thr efourths of Uuat.ot: I () : tjt'S"EspedItJO.'fL.DRE
r'.; \Vh\g Journal. totaldecline f commerce, and manufactures Lremo \r
have .
ever encountered, because it comes Union shiiH-conclude !!,- : DFutl OFIBE ,1
4t. }: .: .. ,ANATrsLAvEayMANi, ruCazrat-Th- e from a nun of long maintained petition in the I her W.1p-.utll.'me sand splendid,'ci-; language of our 'elega'nt"'t author: WOXT'S'. PARTX' ,P.ERlSBED1E1 mH ),.I
'. .g o4 sense and liberal views .of the President l country and from whom we.hud '
'\" :' a right to expect I II
!.;...o. :: 1i ,'el1t'er been more strikingly displayed than better things. But, alas!' how ,many are tiec', are'' conceded aa an evidence.of de; this 'tfaVSotitlr' shotfld Bubroit to i>e lSELF. .L 26.s ..

: ID the appointment Mr.Co 1 huner,pf Vermont, called and how few are chosen! Clay aqd Van c1n. ji 1 ia he6b.ct. ort "'pamphletto of her share ef the territory now 1tirli ;PrnsBCscH.MmIndepenaerice fi1.2contai .
. :. ,;4f .to.the' vastly important office of Postmaster B'irenbotb Jn turn ( I.yBepub'idflt .S.i
. ; judged themselves when, as an agticnttural'
point out"that directly the'reverse is people''ajh s: letter 'rromNe, Jle.t1CO .iI
General :
J :. J ThePost Office Department controls unworthy of immortality. ,'and.their lights have .
.i:. : r a greater amount. ofp.itronage than any.other gone out in contempt. Some'one has said tbievert t thca5e. .. .. I her full proportionj'sn'e would, be : which represent tbe.:,winter as havin I !!iY'iq &;
ia the gift of the President; and the_person at _man, sent'to the, '9.rd.! :with a hilll'pur- which 'be first her interests her*power,1 nerfrJght, .eTen.. >. Col. .Frf'mowJ'd..,Ift
" the head out is supposed to possess groat sway pose,is't'kt'1.up into the"mountain to be.t.mpt -' Il! basis must estab V and her YamX"tvcreant'te her I'Ii through one mountain gorjjelcsrT3d.oa6neBih'tthli f lf..l1wa1"0 .

over public opinion. and great facilities for.did. d, apd if he therQlorgets that man'cannot live Jsh Krfan. .investigatrotfjpfthisiindjis! i i ; d ti9ie '' 6' 1' 1r th u J fi*tcim: .bl' H
I ; '-aemin&ting particular doctrines. Still General I ,by.irea4aTo.he'hs{ life'looses its leaning-and: ., .toot, and d.termlned.-n.m bn P '

Taylor V Was not mOTd by such considerations, the miracle aabsides. _JntcK'a miserable mistake 'the true.:end'of civil izatou.- If one IYs.tuf ;. :'.;, i i6 proceed*'farther, U-Uklly* .-. ,tC 1'rtt U
.. 1 .. e'eTall to the moat responsible and pow (:.foreverrH' This country hnsneverfuhmhedlwo.more producer :great ,i individual 1 wealth, Mff rfanneganrour'new men..touseek some? lett1 e.qLojh u .i \" ;1
erlul position V t } S *. -. lunung.ith2ij d iir.
: of Postmaster 4tys..Premont
General man who striking illustralibns 6f/lhe'irutU .
of the .ter toBerlin. 1s at J .tr 4i
.had.Jew mnch: iuzury-grcatindividual. distant 350 miifeiwlef8 < t-.11.
'.. *y*.Defor* voted for the' preamblf"wfJiJiMLv11 ;; .MAM tl te.4l.h, k Jn.t1 1i1itoof1iee men-, Both V "1i. t, : t ne'rriYedaysT

that offwed by l\Ir.Gott New.York.: q--l*aan Viiii p urenb7a Pl.tl rul recantation,: i irig1ttndmuch poverty;.while the oth' commission.jdraCvn.hia' \ ',"outfit*J** : MirJ4leJitameiliatelWi ij 1e $ <
four of the seven of Get W have.forfeited forevex-tfm.yiiiathj OdrgOOPIWiIbmU1IIVVUJi4! P"1
'and .hi .
.- w-lera."Jbinet may be reckoned aa in favorioY the 'p', t' that high sentfment'to! :which. they first res- er.eYI1.em produces greater generaautFering\ .nowJ9n a.way toEurope. ft ,, : t), e1ieve.f 'ffi P 'p Jtr., .rJ! t- 1dC".emltC1A.te *i'
; : ProTl.1O 5 IlDd Messrs. Ewing AnLiColla."fr. : aled'bntha;, '' c. betrkyedi In wealth' nndfarlesno :i i I :W : "' : but uceompa.m the ex'euiii. .J i
: .. .are partlc i **i..K!1 weli known a8 ZjeaOui' ()P I' ".of app mock philanthropy! ,1 these!'patfiots .ppoged a swell theanhexation'ofJTexas. V 544 ,i:t. } ] 0 V, .V jJ, lI.NGi. ;. J .. lt S i"P., e..i'':t.\( : i ; Tb's"ster1ig Yth FEy lt 'riirbr1iaiTh ,I !

I ,; ponents that of the institution of.aavary,4i.;, e.'. ..t
epgh one.is an Ohio Whig, and *u*. '' them.shotclean'.oufof the'sphere of availabili.ty"and produces'. tbe rnostc 1 V ial'eflects'up.. OiPeh Dtylvan lt4't"Ro rce/I.'ftofthtf'ektremityrof.feeding upO1* f fneth.oror11 :
'4 whig, to settle ue question ftheiJ ; .the'other after.being'condemned by the .. er. \ li3nt&VSkq J MX'vQ .'wO ripp 'U!Ph I
r"I '11 blapntheslaveryqaestiotroorefaithfaljind L POPi11171C 'prthe .n.su1"TiTed enly to on'mankind- .comparing the pre./ i s'meut ion cd aa PostMaster at V '. .. iral.dayiat9r{ sJUterfif epO rtJ- I
> '
I : :devoted advocates ef free soil_ire_not to befof S ..receive still more sIgna1Tebuk 'trim his'own ent stale of_ :the'. :Southernvith'thaV of.: .Ph i t'.1tnd Wal 1jv P'td t3iPi int' .f.t..aJ1 tt"Sv remon.- '.L"el* VkJw'; >r!111Q<., -. I t.lJ'r

4 It isaI4.by" the Bermuda".H ; tn4b: ,'.biingthr wi1I j!overbaid. like the ) Union*4VV i.ItheNothiectiOnfthe .. w.Ir. '. : ? '. theuli'b" : b badly 1Tb1 !L
mtioato a considerable exteai eraldthat emf. disobedient pbpheofold, to appease the storm' V F, 4L r: qf ) : V S itJ : -'kTll! I r I .e J tb.t1DdepeDdenee' ,xpi .

going on from the British Provinces fr at present, whjih Ji.h4aiied; ;-1 jis 'last%!letter of) .' V has been taken for graJ ,dthihcfiif-.: day.on tbctinguttih Ljec&iqt.t dou pOJ1tM 1Jrit !t,1t '> t:'
the : .
to TJ .dOMt.5Je.
: .
Clay, seals" his doom and will nnon.ba"pqQnaJ.A'' "}
:cbnsgnf him to ,
fltsteo :
r even 4siwjg the sgrfeojtarel oi Cerencea"of'tbe form r\fromltbedatter; : : u.t..t 't.d
portion tb i t V
*hcamunIty.tI mingle with the como crowd abolition agi .tq Jnf preTloUlIM.I'aCqy' "J"u "J

tators, tiU "his tareejf if wafted by the way.JJ were inferiorities, and her' apparent de- be u I*J in.hef c.t ntf lt 'with (e- party, rtroggling left then ,'tbrf e1idiDg. JlB hf.avidrifttbiI3oebyMcetiltia *.offSvir; 'I "

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11'1, .r' II' 't '':been< r'...l".I neU !.-i : ":'.e. paper. returned,Jasr 'vi iri J1i Dana ..JIV8d fi tied to'indQktrjrV; thY idea'of",.1 ,.tWtST.AUGvTIsswI1ISfl41mmodU -I IJI
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& .to" inthat state .1a..11IJonnD-eu1teao q fr om LO1AigeloV: .ltuHttridot: y 4'" .. Establishment, ti f
$ the J. & f u;A StaJWjmzdiae. .IjJoI
turn! ome
zligbt circllmltaDC'I quettioni. w t lG.. ".I6ertiEa.' .. 'tl"rG, < Xhl, 1)1 er..n'-1:>:" *owhe'returoed. ; 1l!$ "witren rl j comniuptties, rifi orphalanxfs, | ,:bytbeope( rear.of cthe Houn1so4itb'l1m.tlf.U- i ',1)f
decidu the m .G e ri / t."J -.k.-r J. Jxi'_ '. jJ ation of their n nlturrdJQclinatona; venience for.,
oDltOraphicaland 't !t t .t t J! .but. ,considerable, gossm rt A t it i ?"t.\'l r persoThesubscriber .. 1JDg."i :
*' ,amounting to tastes each'
hIfl to.Jhe..Arne "* -communi.tYfto.iorm.ajuni.h aY41J'lmsellot opportaa ,
du.iD7 eao fpreu.1htr tO (.olN *

ejsurs tbeInhlrlfllLbt. abl nt tion'whirh 'articles*' i 1ii 1ili1i'e wJl iv;a !h.I-a.ete.ut.ether.'iyitb1some Ora. withshwzparty. t to-, d' firni, "or=copa rther*ship of-;various1 ty to thtok.hisFlerida, tri.and far.their.Hbtralpatronage" 1 f 'IJ:

10nl COrgumeota or wri- :have Idofced:. :( la g x/ .t % 4.J rancheroswlio tif- iver/ *.J trades: drawing'their,provision* "* from if a' heretofore : 't" r>f i.$. .
might or rl *
n t f
or orators f.the''d
him tt W- fApril'7-3L
.. : JLJ.. 0C4-
otthi puliliC mID d. .8Id.hg-! in. his. pursuit of i1efnous. ] c oxnmnnfundand 'aivul.ncr Z > i'spetlodicnJy.among'Jhe ; :" >,. t.1
h' yiol&tI0 Barint l jhe: ,
t e -
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b iili.d' : ,
San #
dilj. For our Part, ;.MigueUmuej rtameriipoj -> / *: ., : d t'
long "- !jkhe -- ';
1' O tor, rnernberaac.ording '
From its numbers
not b git.of pro'phf''and can d 'of oar po1iti&lde'lt: I8ih and 26th of Janunry Barbara c to the three categories Labor ->. in the c& fejv ,
efU" ue. extract \V heretheroad Post'Offiw i i:
t t lays the REMAINING
ting to what upoft tea beach?: ( nbit.l, and.Talent, labor:toshaie '
predi outil '. ; ; '
t dorrDlatica11l' cop They resisted the h.1y.3.. April >C'849:% .bi1 :.
!' r'arrest, had in the, a s five, 'capital!as' fourl and: talent WII frem'thb "
lead ) .at W m'-
The winter has been asthree'lnlthe .. 'eutIIH"t
l a affray of 'i .r ,
Colonist verY"'aevere.rine the :
rJ to the annexation, the one m.ux/lereir\yas)killed, dlstributJ n. 'r for.adyertlse4. ..lsttsra.. $" .u _a.'t.'''
annoonce- throughout the but \ve three' ?. "" \ i", 1f :ItftM
nukea the following country, captured, atidixjne tookto' sea '. F! r4 0 Of -. 'tB4x-
; ( t
have no account :of digress umong.the swimming beyond the reach .of flre-:1arnf1 Washington Correspondent of the Norfolk Benchant,'Mis "M L 'Beckwlth sr "at' ,fxil..
Colonies lieaiRua
u the North American are tmuerl. The iollowlng He' Beacjon Suysr: lKReveniy Johnson.v the 3N 1)1',3 ;
of pam!raphs are was repiafedly-ffred' and ( new praa;Calfin1 sit j* "jr 1
eve ma. at, >
'.Hunted., they aw on the enough to relieve fears .thisscore. Attorriey'GeneralTltarnupbn the,duties or tfht'f I (11) .. ."I: -
WmmercUl connections which must any on a i1sTtupoiia; jig, 'being made'to him, his office, remarked tolhe ," "'. ,:'J: .1 : -
Clerk'and'Messenger .
be followed by ntW political connecWe The (uIlong1s. from, '-.a_r..paper. he turned-to" swift* fofrfhore.:rY': drown-- both 'Democrats/:pletwurttftin,'yeur offices.,' &rterLevy. t :?- -,.:Cart'r;- ua-1ft ;ji

o the 11th. ".,: belorerepehlng t. iIisbo4y .was* '=2ed ,"Now.';added be,, "i am' .delighted,that I havft, Canon, Henry-41 J .,?ChriatopaervXtteft* J ft.

, # have no longer' it may be THE MINES.-By recent.arrivals from washed by, the rf, 'and was found disposed of all my patronage.. Mr. Johnson1 it Cola" Cuddy, ,. '. .' 'i ', ;. \.;u.. .- ., : .r.
connection ; -
interest in continuing a the mines we learn verbally that'at theSiaaislaus wounded in .J The .w berecollected on.'Of the f wwhig,:ena- '. ." : .D.', ,;.- .:" .- ,''
I offers no perceptible .twovplaces; three *
time of peace tore who was not opposed,the Mexican
: D ckn.'Wiwa"'R3r.- '
there is from twelve"to "art .
the event or war would eighteen men captured wereTcWducfed' _. .
nd in expose to&nU and the only.onewe believe who made-a.speech : 4 '- '
, to the belligerent operations of our inches of'snow, .; .on the Mockele- b rn, ,tried and.siiot. ] 1sIl I1( 'in-its" ,yor.. ,There -is very*little -Mexican c-. ,,l .L), ."f. f:1:

-* Sf <9C flt fit JH tny and Dry. Creek_ six ,to ten ; and-at: five-are,disposed; :One. of,the men Whiggery. inhi.m"r :Green, Elisha -' Oni1iirdWD44; *" j

Circumstance now betoken the Dry Digging; four to six. .' it is was.named.Lynch; (oi'm : .4t. "0-t $- - -f2 j .'.Gray, Ramcit W <. > ': ,i, ; _' k5ifjl 1
before commercial rlycorporal .
net be long pre- highly probably thai while have had i fn G Nen Constitute* 0Ajfortr* -The: -Austrian .fls ,' ,. .,s. xfkgHizginboiham v .
tf. the one hand, and colonial and.lm- .we company of the voIiziteeri-the, -' committee .
Parliamentary constitutional
. f.P the other Trill much rain here in the last week there other his ; matters : Harvey**:mp ;i : '.' S'.v
,. on ; C.a.rrIlDto' cO.'I1P m" nt"pd.ate sailors ha*finished its labors and sent in itlft. 'HoxieCaptEHhn: 2 'IHurlbarL ;'

. 1w been eo solei predicted. i has been. considerable. .' snow. '."in the were deserters. from the Warren Thettwo" port, with:a draft of the plan of theconstitution tucius&-Walter: *:' lt** -' : h .
: We shall hate no cause to re- mines. the lust .os' That ., .., 11 .
At accounts, however, former are'supposed have 'orthe-emplre.t plan is very liberal, nnd 4. : *v V.' '. 'f" ."
committed NJr 1.
I change, whenever it shall take_ place. .. :almost democratic, and has a tendency federal : 1.Kli
the miners still
later." were thggiialittle} a murder. on 'the'Stanislaus lust ;'i 'XqlJ 1
or The .. ;
, principles. empire is'to consist often ,.
.msde by J. G. Vansittart, Esq., as the streams"had ndt* risen-any. All November.. A ,Californlian I .of the pur-.: ''crown-lands,'*' with a Governor, an adminis ,' S $0 '1.1'.1.> 1f ..... ,,

dinner given to him' at HIlton1,; reports concur in-representing the'con. suing.party killed.. .', .1..- t!aticj and 'a Diet-to each of,them. '-The Diets' IMia,1.fI'r'Dr

following sentence, reported by .d ition of the miners 'as very vomforta- These facts are given hy Pearson as: are proposed to sit for two months lnthCyear; I ug.qinoitz. !, rt hi

Gazette: .b Ie.. They hive good log-houses and havinsr been told aihla General Dieti.'to'assemble at Vienna. 4? P 1:;
be ki''n by' :"apt. Wilson ,. '
should at oice sent,not only to ; Thatfthe G.nernl'Dift is to consist of two'House 10 f '<" .' > ,11
? sMsrskull t2if <
General, but to our-most gracious plenty of wood, and provisions ( ood and Mr. :Garner,, \who rrp-datDaa's ',Chambers ', ? .' ""
*;or ; the parliamentary duration Mann,.-Daniel ; ; Edward J*
r nlt the Representation'bilU-Trhich I judges are : opinion; that there is at from Santa..Barbara,..and,rode as 'far as, of the Lower Chamber is fixed' for period of .. r. -,1 .,.i:1f. *" .,c iJ. j.
- 4.i e UI into the bands ofthe. French, l least six months' provisions in the San Luis O'bispo in, 'wilh-the; two years, and that of the' tipper for sir. The ? *' -. .'.. # : "; ." }t "4 ,. w... ft 1*
would be nothing left us but to company ub.Oscar .,.,, J'1,0'. l '
draft .
! the .
mines. ,' .. mail rider. Emperor the usual prerogative 't 4#" -' 8 1' 6c_ .
therefore .
.ic Fmich race agtin, or to' seek a They. entitledto c executive ,'. *.' ; 'O., '. ., .t. .
Col. power. Each prorince is to have a ; : ;- -.-- ."M1._ .t. .
Bcnton's famous letter -
to the credit. ',," ., ..' .,.,.. .:0'
b '
s.parateJinanci administration.. '. } $ O'Bqn'-.BG t---- :-- '-',-r- ... ':
h governineuL"p : \
of: I'alifomia was published on } '> .- '.; -., .".:; 3iMbeckham ..It'po .-
Tl "

is fdi l':-on lit' of the day, worthy. of.cre-' the werlt 11th the editort'of Janunry.of the "Allo-The following Califor There. -Lcgislativ has been much rejoicing Fihesce.in Virginia!I sHeartJess whaler, Speculati.u.-Thesbip tfiirtyrseven years old, is America*fitti gout Gold -1 P ,"wmA.erpafl.Flora. V:'2: ;,,Patterson* ,,T;'::j.t: It;) .,

r the .
over of .
those mentioned passage the'Tirginia and Tennessee P ,
ct eta not give nay to at Salem for California.'Hainan life 'ai* Jht aj; : :f-/
: nia" remarked it follows -is sufficiently t-i
us :- Railroad bill. -At ..
upon celebration. .
refers to the 'un'lercur- a atXyuchburg ,
"! ri.ked.by the 'dangers of the se s.with. it.- B 2*' ,'. \;.. ." '
JCid "( I. BENTON'b LETTER. Mr. W. M. Bur well made
her the a sensible and
on the Anlononl; toward I amusing out the b ::; : Jf ?
\ perils ing raided thl'ATaric. R Wm Ii
n with their brethren of the Uniiintruiy main, the letter of ( 'ol. Benton, which L | .speech winding r .. .with. the. julljn, I men .. of- ogers, ;._ *it* i "lUadeiVCipt c J. to, ,!&H' ft53 5 5* !, 'fi r

UJ1j'Ictl." 11'1 : KttrtbuieJ :o we published !a' t week, is a well meaning toast: -. ; .'. ,. r. L._ ..s...,. ,..> '.. _" "_......' .L ,f,._
e.re ,i Durham in his time, but true as The health, happiness and.prosperity Dr. The S treni-MiisT. "1parkman'Robt2. .' SaW .r..a
1m:." i document, but he has evidently mis Tate, of tbe Senate the-man who was ready to Yir.iiniaP litiriall .AnEpi.rJ'_ $ ." ?"- 8tepb.naCbrth !:.

S. Witness has an article in which taken the calibre of the community he shed his blood to save Virginia and Tennessee (:The' fellow who' slept wit1r the captain" claims Sidbory, JohaSmith_ ,Richard.j-.". t";:.

:. f'S and disadvantages of Annexa was addressing. It certainly must be Kail road.. A'. place among the jiew cabinet"names, *. -' ". -
aeIS Or something: rIt B t4( 5' T. 'I 1. :>: t IS .f* 1J'- .
Mr. '
: -Burwell illustrated this equally mighty
5\. Utd. esteemed as a' most particular favor 'bythe sentimentin But the who' Townsend tJhas P' ; *.'T Wl1JlUd- Cha W:. !
. honor of the worthy,"Senator man stood the Mexican shots .
one of the 3 '
I"I i citizens of California that he' most Will 3* #: ir :*!. r;as3 i1t
has be
c '
I at!ia.'l 1 zealous and devoted advocates of the bill, by very apt to be shy'vBottss:"f .. : ,y.'
I c' V fih
-rehe of the late warlike intelligence! extended to them his patronage ; and the following anecdote. Dr. Tat 's device was As long'- K ag'" he,* keeps'olWhityI3-1" Whitney, Asa.Yall .t;JV i1JonJse. ifsi't i il, 'l' ,

are of more than ordinary interest; the paternal solicitude lor our welfare as droll salt wU'lngeDlo: s: : T; ,TT .:.i-t-->' ._ :, ; : .- } ,.Capt Isaac ,Wilkinso ,-s.A. > ;to..t

:1g at present make but brie allusion that he exhibits does credit to his intelligence "On the day after the.passage, of this bill DJV are a.utho* 'ized'aod' r"v.requested. Ward, Thomas S ..._ ..Waldrpn,Jokas .. j ?
through the Senate..its friends were fearful I Whitcber, John Wheelwright '
ct l and very .ii PVak.lilld 5Bxccutor's *''
1m. uty Telegraph'ys, another.of these' humanity. that a reconsideration wpuld be moved. to announce Major-JOHN BEARD as a candidate LeviS ,'1 oc, .t.', f z .,;' (
contiicu with the Sikhs h-ts occur- "His personal attacks. upon distinguished Effort after effort jas- made to .effect an* ad' for the Office Register ofJPablic Lauds -P, .'oJ 40HNM. PONS/iR!1L.

Je! luiiikoftbe river Jhrluin. neAr, ,army officer*.are in bad taste, j journment but"in vain. The1> n iet.1''be ninepalnfullY'llItense. of the Statue ofFlorila/at'the" election4 on first .. JacksonTJlle, April 7, 1849. 1 'I",1" 1 e. BM! .

1!u .1:.e j ietitic.ilbM vliieii .WOO year 8 and by many will, be considered, unjust. Finally; a motion was made .--' i

iL- J iij* biuie-fi1J of Airs.inder and "His recommendations. .the : to re-consider., A member watched,.tbe;voting .Mondtyin.Maynext4, ;. .teb Q; toDce.i.takallixpo .iar t l
. "iJii Ste tJ". rich m cl :-asociatioui peopleof ,verv closely >eeppg a list of the ny& ,an i the Vtrr.otDusyaI ** I .Uiy of April next, in front :
, itnit e at.t.nu:1 fierce and vrotr..chd k' this country, although 'partaking; noes. To their great relief the motion wasvo- fonnivv of the,court hoiueat; Jackson villey.T.enavand :;j

I t 1' en the annj of the funjib. un strongly of the ton .wlich'a p dagogui ted down by'adecisive majority. It was afterwards u'T: .requested' to announce EDWARD A her children,-A my, Johni'Loula1 and Thomas, i

I'. ciough, ad the Sikh forces. under may be supposed assume toward a ascertained dl.thalth member, to wh! as a .candidate .for'.ihe office of property ofhe EatfJoshuaU3ckmandac. l

Jtr. 1B \ .Sinpb, -I struggle in which tbe pupil, are substantially what the' citizens he had alluded, if be had discovered that a majority I Judge of Pr.Mi and 'Superintendent of .PublicSchools. I to satiafyadebtdu.efrom said Dstate ; --.* ,

of the \
members VM.
- were about
1t vote for
lift 10 deplore the lots of at least -
.Dg'< I'I (- officer and twentj-fivts hundred are now acting on ; und with the the re-consideration, had determine 1, when his p e fe'b3, .Ex'r.last Will and TeVment" ,' J.UICkIIP.n" du. 11

sanction of his it is be name was called to tbrow himself btck Jacklon1'il1f'M4rrh iOth.4P.
ftl. mid wounded, four guns captured, great name to : us i ii .N 0 T E. -' .:4ts4. :
.In u or five regimental colu : taken by the hoped that the cause of Provisional I seized with apoplexy j'theSpeaker of the Senate io --Th.bo'v..a1. ie p. tpond to the Fink

'be The etrujrjcle. terminating in vietor ,. ( Government will not be allowed to re- being a physician, would have rushed t 'DEPAETMENT or STATE. Monday May next. apr7..* if
bleed him and in the '
:1&1 : by the flight of the Bengal ca,- general confusion a motion 'Washington 'March 24 1849.
mid the trognde. .to adjeurn would have been itdSaud. carried .' Administrator's JVotice .
for retreat as yet scarcely PURSUANT to the fourth section of the act of <: ;fJ.\\
be explained of two British corps>f ( '01. J. D. Stevenson has felt himselfnggrif the two days would have elapsed, and the, Congress approved' .March, '1849. entitled SALE OF REAL ESTATE>: / .*
f frIll
he ; n etru/jlt which left the coutendiog \'ed by (.01 Benton's letter, and bill have passed from. the hands of the Senate':" ';An act to carry, : intoeffeatcertain"tiputatio:: S I .'.Postponed! .tojke,first,Monday'in May *n*,| :

Itn.l :haftt'rtd that it wastlaubt-: to it at h-ngih the **Alta '- of the treaty between :.th'e United"fiutes < '
replied through of j an order the
of '
had ined the Georgia.-A lgei&ndr specttIeoron of PURSIJANT Judge,ofPro ,
9iist:< greatest America and the
injury Republic of.Mexico 1 of the
California.Vehavenotyet had I the citizensx : .. County of this date I, .
> Ga' will
tic ict, and which yielded so few of Washington county, assembled second day of February, one" thousand J!
oi'triuniph for the victors that their lime Li) read it. at the Court House on the 6th ult- to take: and forty-eight,'' notice is eIght'hundred offer for'' sale t.Public Auction, on'e first ;1,

Ipn tuck a new jwsitiou and fired s i- We, have the proceedings of .e\' ralmeeting. into: cont>iderii6n tbe a$gre siont'of Northern. that the board commissioners herebTciTfn created MOJdanApril .next ensuing, at the usual r! i
Sherin sales the
lee of its tenuinuiiun. Though mi of. citizens to consider the? Abolitionism.'resolution's'Fiom'umb"" 'r of able and spirited that act will meet1 in.: :the city of Washingtonon real stnrerE1ii M. Crichton, following_ described :.f
we: the deceajfed :
field :
our laurels drenched with: I forming Monday th'e sixteenth day of April next .t o'if*
necessity a provisional 'riitwhile hundred and
government "Jl tolved; 4hirtyr(130)vacresof( ) Landjmore
; it is the umrersal opinion that two ra we are now and,ever receive and'examine all"cfaitns 11 ;tt
theo : victories would bea virtual ruin. ; and appointing! delegates 'to have been, since its establishment,.'willing to the United States upon the republic ofCitfzen.s of Mexico or less;'situated on..the St Johns' Riv ,' 'D.val .'!.!

OSSviil> is made by,the EnglUu Prelll I to convention, for this purpose. This cpnvemion .- abide* by,the Missouri Cooiprouiu.e.LJiuiyet which are provided for by,the .aforesaid County, and bounded on th'e South-andEait ;!
1 ,fact that the news from India is of was to have been held on the so lJng..u.it,BhalLbe.disregarded .by,the North, .and which may be 'presented to,treaty the said board c. .by .lands of EJnno A .Cfichtonj West_ ,byjSt. f.t:
, I we will without h-e.itation"-clitini an equal right Jo.in1ti'er! Northland East"by landa ofXaSin \
It character. 5th day of-March but order that all commissioner and to'decide thereon"accord l-
. h.1s' been in 'to a full and freed participation in all the newly > Reed,. North'bilands-'or Charles Bj rae...-
11& promptly superseded ing to the of the
I provision .said
: to :md by Sir Charles Napier, who was parts of the territory'nughl be fairly acquired Territoriesthe.fruit, "of. eur the first.awlffth ;Articles the unratified trrayJf, tJi same being one-eig1ith'{( )}ota tract if H
I .common blood :con- lyettioIcoicIuded ownedl.y the late John.Crichtonknbwa
and and l:5urtbe ,
?U to the scene of hostilities on represented, to give to Congress they wheretht'y at the ,city,of Mexico"'the'twentieth'day fi
to provide a. territorial ;m.iy. ,.and that, is,the deliberate sense'of of November'one thousand as 'Tweedside, _and ..situate ih mont-ot H
govern.ment,1he eight Jalington. Creek., :
1fttor this meeting that tht South will! never 'fbmitto :The.aaiLles.to.oldfor 'lie
I ult.Mr. for the ,hundred. and fortythree.JOHN., >t .
day convention to .
the Wiluiot Proviso in, any form, or any eu :h payment debts of de euecL :-K .:V :
nl Wrbulrr (..qar... 'assemble has been changed to tbe..ttday .liscrimfnttion in favor. of.the North. of er tbe authorized 'M. CLAYTON. ALEXANDER CRJCHTON;i: .t
[Newspapers ,to : the laws
publish Adm'r. Estate of Ella
of the M.
correspondent Spring- of South. Crichtondee J !
May next. '- :
ubt of the. United States., will pub.Jish'h above Jacksonville. "
ate mentions the following am The latest news which had teen received three tiroes.] ,3t February 19thia849; ; ..fi :;:
Mr. Meredith Veto is Feb.24. .
rut ube and the -It confidently .30d.li .. t
Mr. Foote was addressing ti at San Francisco on the:25ih of t r.
ret asserted that Mr. Meredith voted for Shut T- : J7 Tbsabov.ssleispostponedtothslifati1ay.next. ,I

will'to. en ':r. Webster asked lUTe to i n. January, reached there that day by the twice' for governor, and the' 'following,.from,tbe Wistar's; Balsam of Wild,Cherry Monday : \;-r apr?. :

a moment: American schooner Swallow, fifteendays Centre, Pa, Democrat, would seem to aihow'th.Ltbi "We have'mot uhfrequentty called .attention :- .. .-1" :

. turned towards Mr. W.'irho wag from Mazatlan. Thereby the did so because of the fearless,manner in '. J
totbia-article ia the BPNVfl-B.BKB- .
which tha't lamented .. .columns fo l paper, '-u
behind him addressed exercised the *
, no him man vetoable J &'t'J < <' A -S. ? l 1'
learned the election of .
Californians, '
I and we have done so with the full tt tlf'4.
. as can recollect, in the following power:- J. : f"a1D .t :
.nawill ,, ,
honorable Senator from Mass,a. i Gen Taylor.is 'uMr. Meredith ii,' perhaps, scUttle objection- that it was'a good.'one;and deserving_the pat* '; -.U'. -- 7' .. '._._ ..

distinguished Senator from Mu j By the following from to' the Democracy as 'almost any Whigwhom -' ..c..ynl n. ,. .,
paragraph h'
to- of the have
We' .
tin. ronsge public had a 1 .,
:Sttlitt4i .- .
.. '
$ f
the Ktatesman, the orator,. the p Ii. paper of the 25th! it. appears :that, Gen. Taylor could have selected.He ".its'Vi enacts- sf- **> *f .c i '. c'
) .cholar- 'W was an-'able member of the reform contention upon mot our, friends, Jos.McRornB.zsi. 'lj
tof -(here Mr. who.-'P 1.Wt.1.J. .
Lane in San Franciscoonhls .. .. "
:,- j had kept his eye fixed upon Mr.' was way' and opposed with great zeal and'ablity! all it-. .which1in addition to,the high encomiums passed ,' "T'aIL. p:14tI: -. ..ly' 1 ryMS ..6..- .'
his to ,Oregon. He took the Southernroute weaken in the Veto : ,i"1'I ; ': Ii&r* '
and face with both hands, and Air. F. tempts modify or any way ,- upon by our brethern'of press, not in 4,
lot as follows:) the m.m whose from Santa Fe to Lot Angelos: power.' Of course' he.will not hesitate to.advise :paid ;.iiffb t honest "candid ,: ,-'. '-" -. _A. -, i :
statements "
destined to lire as long as Ihenjoage '"The1' United States fctore-fhip'South- G n.-Tailor'to use .it;should, the safety of from. -.gderi'&Ib- nefit**' -, ,.- ,j ',' '0' :\ LAWTON4r .. :' '. .,,. ? ...; ,I

led he who will hereafter rank ampton' arrived, from San Pedro last o institutions make necessary. ev hni tbemaelyeimaki. ,. u 7LCTOR ciz AND: 'f Mr.: :( i"- : .

Ufa- she Demosthenes and Burkes of our .iii.4.a f9us.cf advising, all:those who have occasion !
intbom- Mr. Webster's patience seemed to e en.ing.V e are informed that she Mr> Webster,' idntrodu ing 'h1 'order to inquire to resort to a remedy.for'pulmonary, f. -; .,1 rlChaJe.tOIfS'CX ::;" : :

. t at this point,. and be .belched brings Capt. Smith's company ot dragoons ; into a'* reporte.Ideertioiiof1r.Ba m- :
).2'. [ top of his lungs, uOh J get out/"- to be stationed'althe 'Presidib of croft, whom it'is said he would like' to succeedin much -* '**'<* ".' *"" **' 'f J'F.; Gov'CJ':>IIbo d'lJt !c.. ;

, Mr. F. brought this eLLbor4tet San Francisco. ( Lane the newly]I 'London,remarked "that our coa'sting trade, : .confidence.incMr.JE owle-the,general.agentj.to FnJ.mJ ;Charleston, n- "S.'c-'.HdJ.'! '1
nowand as it Is to be hereafter Will : : .
it is
I as ; employ believe the'Would thrust this E1"j "
am unable tu say, for amid the is or any' ton.8. C. .. -t.
appointed Governor of Oregon .passenger oar shipping in the longest voyages. other medicine .ifi7ff ?''$." .n5 : : f.
mtnt and Jaughter that ensued pies upon the communltT;- nle. g he February is, .*.**, .: n' '.
RE bV .
be heard for some minutes after." inher., He nriived.itJosAi: n- secuted on the globe. They'wlll : had funaithinfitgefficacy-i-itf .- .,- ,, -"- -'- ". .,. 'II1. '

Pt gelos by the Santa Fe route. His suite from the Atlantic cities, on the north -and -ST >. conrmationiliich *"-** -V '- of ...tL- No.t i" ij. .+: '- ".. ,0...--. .; .tf.
. tih'rn the wJriL' of ">- -'.. -. .Co
: Mitchell J1ort1 t const; around Cap :-Hom-lto California i. propnetor mass testimony' rf' fr' 'f"" .
the British state pritener arrive the first mBEn.xt1"ermo ..uae.lIlitH .,.
expected to .
that ,
It is Mr. If
., and Oregon. impousible from the most unquestionable Neitber'iwonld "
; I.
steamer dSt f
6.Feb. pa sengers in the Trent '" l t "r.r\Ji._;. m5Rii. .
tr Atcd stea trier. 'Webster can contemplate> ezifntofcoithot !,t we-be'uhderstoooVas r.: -' =. .I.L u.- ",... .' j.
the inhuman this'willalways t ,t
manner it saying ... ,., p lD u ..A.N.'at .
.ico. Our readers we are, becoming feeling"ome pride in Jts acquisition' '. 4A ,. -.r' '''' '
in tome of the newspaptl'L A presume cure c6nsumptioni'after*s iitbouh ali'V".1' OnuaY 10 n.pn J'n.x.): 1I.1"VUJ'. t.. l .
1 TtiDg *ko hear something about oetwithitanding It.wnl'made under, .. aTdemocra-. ,' *;_.< >'l-. t"'t adjourned' iO..tb,second ;
$ Bw him- informs the, editor of impatient to ( .tic' lminutration.Tht : t..... itseldom, *iu.to relieve,7 the worst- cases Mon t.'. .ti"Jti. -. : .
in nelhhtMr-, Mitchell is not1even' i re* the gold, but. in truth gold is; scarcely. J a t., .'. # I, -but ofauid.Ap'rilttaenfce .AeUl.-.tn-IL'" : ',
a at this season of the almost 'I'\--' '
J ia year very Houie in thecity'of Sg/to .;- .'It
Vnnuariabor-< Permitted to
, biabrel mentioned in the tiles before' us. h is L : : .l
,&. dre8 n trtd otthatof the con- Methodist Church :Putpert :9tieiti :- body ia liable tb" %'cold/which--IfCneglected| ;" Byord.r .tbisflonor;. .H."B i,4 ;:
able to enjoy anylulun.. in the way x>f very 'rarely l alluded. ). ._ Welear n (says,tk ;New York'Eipress) that the.I will lead.ta f4tahuults-by.takiog this tnedi- '. .. .a ROBERTERsMrsa k' \,.

dunking Com. ,nsisendeav0r1tig to coaxsome BA1tiiire Annu Conference of the:MethodistEpiscepal'Church L B hisDJ:1J"" ...
that ht may be ablr- to '-.1 &- -.S- 3 v ,- 1 '.
irefttfd- the firsfin.rotnti6n'hja!..unaniraously clue We doutit iot ai livesmay be Yef- "
back J AL' .
said J
,' ,rer- !"-diary/are i. to ofhusdeaertitIgSflhlOTS! : by VflCC. 'T_,.1 \
I |I: '- H* I alsoillowed to read promises jenieMcy'lowafds thenr,utile patsed a resolution ajatheruipg question,andreccTOmendjngfth'at'th'e.jprdperty in ? '? !$! ,1Ul V 1 II rq,2i ,.t StAagustineMarcheJ4tl. ; l .d.- '_3J .: ,.;

eloc'I ** the> *"lfa riue approve of;, but> Vpith what ifupcess. we %
Ui'afeUPJ'Me8 the np.ciionof t toarbi- For sale, wholesale and ret i L'1)1ffl) : 1' .:AdmlnutrateroiIceUNDESIONEDxvhfl1 '
: ; .in of the Church_ ;:be submitted ,t'A 1
3iuctL Furlhermorf'1lteh.l1 :tl pur Htl '_ '
j* not CJ n- ': r TH :} : 4 ..
"fi" to the hulk; but has the range' which we have overJooked.bu"'.haltre-- tr4tio.Sh0hl&t: ,otheVannaaLconferences, ? .of'i -* < G. '. .-.5 0..,.: t.:6 UOLME&CO.-..c.; .- ". ,_, ,'J .rf j n drniiv.4 rt
the example. and it seeps tb'be,generaliy :rJ.1 the Ertate-Of-David" 1l 1 fif
w follow
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.eJaqksoavIUeE..Lt .
Piseage, or lane, ,for freeexercUe., bll only room 1 0. \, l ii'- j :. '
diem ing
reldlltatecl it is The CUT'to again, expected\ that;tliejwill! ; thKcbnrfitutumal'difficaltj :i And by.drngglsU"generally.throaghoutthVjffiStotA'jfr Marion County, tleeealed, ItM l tlc,hertby:

bedS : :GoernmenttoseudMr, intenion9f IL to, day. for, ihe, following' r p e"J: J !ta .will be'Temoved_ : JThe Soith'JiaTihg i '' I i to those Interested.AH'pirscru :in tar 'wit
Jl '
Cape '
tre Ms of January .5thvbic1i indicates made1'Tep&Tt10Ut for commendng a suit lo e'Jtablish i April 7. fndebted tc-said estate will pleise mateISOTSdi
California,1 '
family .
,1.11 : may join,.bim. '. -U exeJcl&eduponoutlow. "their claim\\'will have incurred some expenses -. 1M.flt te payment'to-rae, ind all personshatfaffdl-.

s. siex 11I1 .Rntlallom.In' a search made in that justice 1 1 **' < l.f .*- ';b i'p' .'theierwill! be made. atten 1 NE IN"ri'Ea l : i -J1 ndahpinSt.fajd-t -wUr PrI nb.prlyuthffiewitbIaibe ..
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with :
rigor Art. nTtilrtiMc idiustment
I pr fit.
ong be ..ot-D.rranlemen.t.iho .
a.et i iiant, pipers when that referriE State, '"AS'to tbe'.tiri1 b lerred jsi ,ARREST, 'Minn, 4rrJ, EET1oc "OFi 1 ftbe. other4imcultTb.a, '. :Upo.. .ut t. 1 i e. RFtl&C 9 IJLJt PJtIL 1. j!| or they la.will"tof ver.tjarrtaby virtue of.Obri
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; .f i' JOHN O.; REAEDON Adartr.
". nql M SDEREHS.-i:! ,
" erorpLpen wu d J TBE'SAN Ml&UEL .e, ? t1t; } x Pi.i tr > ," .*.t 1i .I Oca1A PILMh.24t18 A*/.irfcl- %- .
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: cer&iiiIhereinafter"derfmrfe&etfullr : 'jlt'1C' ONViLtJ- CCEEANP1COLVAL 1 VO f'MV" .
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Honor.TtraVtW .- kUD' 'trot o liffI : e 'vJt f.d" b
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fcds'r*"'to purchase,< eattreholdrowri,1 I tOU DUT! 6 t a '; II"Aal--; .
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.,:: .t t.. on which' to erect anSIjk mribfciiififortsjmiigBiaeC'aneaak awl oberteth1iL*- $4ALQP., \1 J in'Pi to Lake' no ,N'TEn q.J.L r E t.'"!' 1 C U'iEJL .!. '', wJtLifj.....O.N.....1r.J n'.a;*.1J 7r:7...J*..M.". .'V"'f-r.S',LL&*,:?.i;..asay'"" ', ? :
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TtOIIt'BMbk elr .oc'IDI
ji: :r; buildiDgs-or-.Ome.oi st.'An os.ti and ... L. : fq4qgeperd .
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: laBdt ctlt: 4ttjCt (,1Vnd :Mineral'8prittiwa'OCAMULaEBi C41tmbu on ilj"t't.C.naJ
: sc bed ; AiUg tor, matter wtbetbe ,
; f'Of dIeit'bvthe LydV OETAJ'LEiCOllt'OUND ,
onAmeiU'lslana, iu'lb? tony qt Nassau, > Talle.a.vmee. EJDbtail kl.lOIie t. '- ': v. !
,: We MiQafeen GrantNor&of ,-, s, 1)4 ,coonnp:, :mm&iMEDlrom'.pr dG,1a1 dd: .Jijd. w 1 r:7f' jt ;.
, ;'.. ;t; in said State, known as 'P;M Nel tT. V VWM.OASTON tern' COIQN'r't t_ : r.
;::'i : : : ;Egu4'Creek boimiHI, ..'Xor b'. East ( apt. John Hebbardj- ') ihjng .d i le e., Physician, and is the result Qfj.lalltJ."I1' -Nothing cabiftoie i rPr i/f/ .'t't

.'::." ;4 \Ves1'by'the witWVof river, .M rvVand, :: MAT11W Jf rST D lts11c; )!'< iiefyacticf of feterttljreara ii1.aMIIQIWiclI. ,. .
! it South 'y marsh of !.M creek hrid by land* off p! 1 W twhic'b i.t 1!Wal( 1-t., IUaC&I t.uraatlitacto mate Those,who have used,it themselves, or vip'gffeciso4eQflweakis&eLWL "
. :' ? Batchelot running North7! *East from marsh These p"lcktel'fC Sa ypnair1'l'UESD"'Y. 1'redit ,at'tlle.nO JVE32'P BIC'8,' ;ep iU'al i \"etrl'Cisit tiponl DtberV'De 'nC,' ( 1jtud", frpW .
P fJ oncebenie robust and
at ffl 'Tt
10 pkjand Of
I and.S T0apaY.AIosiM9aHre & denceb/lra vaTtrt '''Thebralthldrthouis f'DtJ'
acres, &teI miV firthe
ontbisboiitfdaryfcontaining.400 3
U I ,; grtat
:\. : :: at Pita in time.for.the,Mall. ,St agtito< D ACJ1tp.. srestored,. :i. iW1J1etM'e.. LL _ciliate). .."teFr4c3 al"1
lands ownsdj jh beUT.
: .. !: .it or That tbe said are by before' Te- .P.t A C. i. q '_' cd. ,.,;iJ" heirs of John McQueen ,deoeased, who reside go through to fcSU Augustine night, Nr' t .I'm tbn cia Q VfceitxaJl j>f her,reaediesiiue )! : 1. t.t.1..y.:1h"Hat "'A j

4rJ G.i beyond the. liJDits.of.tlie State of Florida, to ry Thursday,and,-Monday.; a i : rU ff!r '; tai1c1 : failed,, jtppeiOniq\ simplj} 'Jo susoendlae "jwilnot cauotafl3le be' : 'ed'r$& :: : 'T'1

-'tr'; -' wit: Elixi MacKar Mary Anne Styles :1D Returning, leave Palatka?n..TvuD A Y ahdFm 'n t 'b tQ\mti' 1Se1r e.; i 'd eiM fora Vim, but'to 'pl1rit1. the sys delicate nature to exhibitITowuq '

:i Ben 1u Stl1 t Willam MacEayTlalbh; EE1.i AY Io&tOno,at 1 o'clock,tOUCUZIg aboft 'Printed lists -orprlceyv or_' Ir I tern, .n4 restore it to sound and pe i feet health a t
:;:. % Elliot, WiIliam'iLStylei. daito thCaafcket- Tazlut02l"tb6."eam lfn.tment i ed..bu. .. ,."e, n J.e, t"".fs .\:
jto tC'
; 110': sad Margaret each wa, day 'with- veyamtlofl n AVallr C "_ "f 1 7"t. .
._ t ; : and Elba, Styles, Catherine MaeKay Rob.rt They are both /,. frtssere boats in complete are pl.ced..q1be. banIs pfbujera,, ,,. .j, and cure fevep odagu>iand 1'fJ diseasea,of: '-' ea""AlAte."I'" 1of.d i .

'ic' 1- eIta.d Sarah MacKay, Abram!, Fannin. order,'and.bandaomell-fumuhed in every respectr Merhiiwj11 he abIf- form some idea oft biHotts! ; ]imateV? n ; HM E"1!'.??/* *4 t.1rfteU iJcf'wIf.' bajr4,.
Mcintosh Florid commanded by of well r as rt'Di t1t-. t_.. d
.t : McQueen Nclntosh. Georgia ; !are gentlemen newcslate,41iat 1lcV8ud jfo 'nen. dersigned. fi,
-! tr': ." a : inori t" 'and'"John N. Lewi her guar irons are assured that every attention ,.wiU! J>e this ox*:ai+ cucr Wat least twice the value of lUgl ;ipe tffbi1iC11 Ustifyfeg *d be-gteat anihavingnjtefnlor .g mown.'. 1'!

'::: '( dian.Jacob,Read,. Sr, Jacob Read, Jr.. James 'mid to the safety and comfort of passengers, the entire stoc k.0J dry good. sli 4 p.t b I efficacy of,this medicine. can be seen ott applLQ. n dIciIhas .etr te. gJea CIIrtIfiiM'hWlDg ,

, 1'J. Read and John R. Read, a minor, who resides :and to the careful handling.ottrelght.V largest wholesal jobbersKethewitS .: t i ,,f to. cstiono.. V llr.ecolPDltDdecl.,,fOP :. .. .J".
J V del
,::, : :! la Savannah, Georgia, and whose guardian is V AGENTS' or tne 'ctrthatdurISentioMnitead 'me.1,$ J.Iur.zibng S T.\. IOWES' :'&. roc:, 9t.IQbtaiiiecr. tJ. .

'.;: Mr*."William. Read,who resides in Baltimore,' ,Brooks & Tapper, ,. Sanllzaah. :pfbelDgdiviVariety a Ii.ASt 4e1is : Jccjesonvtirc antt Ylonity. tS mMPil1'-. fpou. ";o .

1.r:!t1i Mar11aidJoun.'til1iamson, Julia Williamson, 'A.A.DLonne, Darien Sfticles.. 'art devoted.wholly '.to.out, lac fitl for 'KHJPK gta..1J1.; Sio.rf.. \ .c..

.f:j ': William McQueen,4 Auoe McQ een. Your pe-' .Alex. Scranton-, .. Biinswiok.JohnBessent will render the; adf antage ;whfch-we caft offer .,.....' .1 Feb24I84",. ...2..,. -_ ,aJld JeJ. oridK." ; o li 1tt. : h'
: : ,.: titioaer is informed and believes that William ; SL Mar.JL V 4 IJI the: ,he" 4ta&
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to,.4ea1er prfectly 8 ; ltJs HQWNSENp'S .COMPOUND EXTRACT edn4 !
( f M Qule residesitt California, and.that all the FernaDd &Bisbss, JackaonTillt. Ilt pleasure in thus acMow '
:i;; ., our care tat; none wlio our estaishmentsli'all ,SA,8A.PA .,. ,. _
above set forth S Black Creek.Geo.CoW aLLA. to,the 5-
'ft. J 1 other heirs'whose names are A. Coy meet *lt4i'Piflt111e1itL mending -public.. .

":;4. :( reside in the State of.Georgia except Mrs. Will- Picolata.. Our assortment is'complete at ftll seasons of ..T-hia Extract u: put up in fjyart lottltSr-\\\* 1J. :. O -. C aJIA. t941n..i.,

t.J* \ iamlG,Read, as above stated. YourpstitI.ner R.R. Reid &.Co. .Palatka., the year. :: LEE, JWPS '. :..'.'I-t further'states'that the United'Stater and the I N. .B.-Goods consigned to the;dgeta, fbrr ,P. S.--- ..F. formerly pf,the -firm of to anyY sold.: It cures''diseases' witbQutskkenngWdthi&athEg MOTHERS AND MJf1UUE UiJlJI?

::.;;'e owners of. the said lands cannot contract or warded free of commission freights-from Savannah > Lord & Lees, and late senior paijnerofthe ori tfdititiriifi'jhtrgijig; ) the pa. S This iExtrtetof rparilIabsbtthI24._

.:t!: : :: agrtt.for ;tbe.'tale'or purchase ,thereof.. ,He :.and, Charleston and all way freight 'hial"rm'ofXee''& Bre* ter,'(t6m" whidh con; ient.and fa particularly adapted tor a ITprepareLinrdlerrnce.to; lauaJl'ecID

;tH j-.. therefore prays that a-venire may issue to the payable by.shippers. nectlori he'withdrew" some lime ftg6 had rCsum- FALL',.AND.mKT&R MEDICINE. Jiolwnale nhOikur,reason

.t ....t. Sheriff or other proper officer of the,Circuit September 30, 1848.; ly ed business in connection with .Messrs.{ Lee & The great .beauty.and sujwriority! ;oi this Sasaparilla ; proaching that cr:iical period Ursuppeat,"the tnra sieiss>*
; Nassau County requiring him to summon T all
Court other remedies is it eradicates
r' over -
JudsOn, and,assures his friends that the new : should neglect to take it as it is a
;: I competent jury to be and appear before the same pre-eminence( in disease, it Jnvigorateslhe' ttrUutm
shall have ventiveibr oi the
.- HOLMES & :CO. concern any nume oos'and'i l
. : yeur Honor on Wednesday the 234 day'of May this branch of trade, which formerly' distfn body?, consumption cored, di e&tivbiu itiiich females are snhjeet' n

:' i- next at the Court House in the county of Nassau Kuished the"oQier two houses VQ which he be cleanse and atrengtheu, time .of life.. Thi period -delsytdTftr stt&ii
.4 : to hear and finally determine the value of '&' CO. have removed cured aay .
'.i ,HOLMES 10Dce .. Sufl2,1M17. .2y cojiaumpfron.can.be several years by using this mediciae ,
V Xod.'ia
(.t ": the said lands. And your petitioner further MESSRS. ck of Merchandize.to the large .bronochitis.consuniption"liver complaint! less valuable. for :hose mbo ue'wouulnhc.od

::;.. .:. '.) prays that an order may issue to a competen'tt building formerly occupied by the United States, ,'1 colds,'coughs, catarrh, astbaipit.tingofblood as it i' calculated to ssaist spprcs
and him to MODufoetlIN.lal..Supp. Store. $gj
t surveyor, authorizing requiring known as the Government Building. They .soreness in the chest, the blood ,
... :',:. surrey the said lands,'and to make a plot thereof f have added to their stock, by the late arrival .hectic'flush'night sweats, difficult by quickening.' Indeed ibis medicine and invigontiag invsIiaj.all tisystem.
:. :. and report his proceedings to your Honor; on from New York. full assortment of Dry Goods. r _
a OSCAR SCHENCK & CO. r profuse expectoration the diseases to which
women :
': : -4 or before.Saturday the 19th day of_May next. Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &C. &0' and pain It braces the whole arenbject.

.., f A.4J petitioner further prays' that after which: they are prepared to tell at 'reducedpric No. 1,9 Wawa STR &; Coxtcxa or :PINE, S hi'the side,&. the system tenets praisa.entlj .
ltun1be2'lirtb1' =
!, ',;. UeJegal notice has been given to the 'a K WEWrORKjC / have and n vannle
. owners,their legal representatives anti guardidisns s.They. impurities of the body-not io rIP iti&ibtigf
, ..: are now prepared to purchase Cottons, nEttLi'Jtf- can becured. the to
system as produce subgrtjoeat rtlus
' (?,;' and after the value of said lands have Hides and other produce of the,country, at the .. .
in the .IUM W- HI lk nitdfnclnrrr CRepes Maau. S tion, which is the case df most medicifitsUkifc
.; ; beta ascertained manner prescribed by 'and make cash advances that has '
4 highest Market rates Probably there,never was a remedy for female weakness and dUetise.** ;, r- *
. the of Florida of 1845 and 1849 to the -Arficlrcf'
. '.. statutes tu consignments to,their friends in Savannahand been,SO)successful in desperate cases,ot consumption DISEASE OF THE BEART RV?.
: satisfaction of your.Honor, fcnd after survey MANUFACTTTXIRS OFWEAVERS1 ,
: : Charleston, or New York. as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AKD'LLOPST.

:.."'- thereof* that duly made Honor under will the order direction and of decree your V They: have. ft.. new ,article of. Wrong.t|roJi REEDS, HEPDLES, system and 'appears to heal the ulcers on the S \E\tr,Tosk.July.22 IU$.
:, : your would caU'thf :
: which they respectfully lung and the patients gradually regain their
' r. the .aiclland. to be conveyed in due form Ploughs-to' .,'. BOBBINS, SPOOLS&cAgttitsfor Da.. TOSTASIKC-Dear Sn'My tWlf'h
Planters and
attention of ; usual health strength.
; the United'States to be held, owned, and possessed been afflicted witha'disease of the hesrt,ssi
rr No 6 1848. tf
the aforesaid a rupture for over fiftvtn
: : rby them for, purposes ;- tna,
the sale of the Istest
':l'J.'f, and that a copy of this petition be published in : improve There is scarcely .a day passes but there area the greater- part of the time. She Its bra

::!' tome newspaper in this State for two months B.. B., V ,REID. & .CO., V SHEADING ,Afb 'NA r.flKTa:MACHINES, number(cases"of Consumption reported aicured troubled'wit b hhcrtnefs 01 breath and Vest f at.

I..t:. ; before the day appointed for the)hearing., And OOL PICKERS CLOTfi (WINDERS- by thensebf DrTownsehd's>arsaanil1a.The ttringof the heart, which has beta>vet,i*

your_ petitioner as in duty bound 'will ever :tES R8. R. R. REID '& CO. haviug lila.iTi -' :REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS, fce' followingt; as'recently received: tressinjr,' a.nd bus frequently J teen unsUsU
-- Da TOW > #wr, Svri, for the.last ,leave her Led. The
&:e. C. C. YONGE, ed tht Whiirfandrthelbuildings attached, < rupture was very hm
t pray,
h, :
Lard and Olive "Oil
: ." ;;: : Att'y< and Agent of the United States. are, now 'prepared in "connection' with their Oils.-Sperm '.- Soap." three years' 1. have ten afflicted wish general and severe : tried tiiront every remedj or
: ; DRY GOOP., GROCERY 'HARDWAREAND March 7, 't84 .. ii. debility;and, nervous'consumption: of the last :such cases. *;ith lot little benefit. Wh tJl i&,

i i '(motion of C. C. Yonge, Esquire, Attorney MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT grand did not expect ever gain my health had taken but tin ee bottles of your QcdJtat

..J .'.' and Agent of the said United StltesJ to doa GEN.E8AL'COMMISSION In Jus.tice's.CQurt-Columbia at nil. Afler:going through a course ol medicine medicine she,..(1'rntirely relieved oi thedianttof

:.z.r.. It Is hereby OrJettd, That Joshua A. Coffee, BUSINESS. und.enthe care of soane,ot the mostUatiaguisbed the heart und the'ruj!ore baa almOst is

;",.':, Esq. Duval County, in the State aforesaid, Their charges are established bytheSavan County, Florida.Saml. regular physicians and.menibvrs of the tirely dWtp f"drffi. "

4f!tJ be and he is hereby appointed to survey the ash r.ites. : .S. Wester ) ATTACHXXNT.vs. Board of Health, in New York and elsewhere, I She has also bad the dropsy, and was wj
.: : tract .f land -i. the foregoing p titioa m n- They arc the Agents of the U. S. Mail [ Debt, '$46 and spending the 'most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We. had to iuea that she eotil

.4 i'; honed: Steamers at .this.place, and.ate now enabled: James .Green. '.) Bond'filed for 92 to regain iuj health, and after read be so benefit: as the had inch a conpHeann

I;. .I And it it further Ordered, That. the said Joshua to offer eviry facility to the Merchant, Planter: ing in some paper of your Sarsapariiia 1'resolved of d fillfS. But it baasstr; nge 81 it may qS >

y! : :':.: A. Coffee, Esq. do make a true'and correct 'and t eJub1i generally. THE .Defendant and fall others, .interested' to try it. After using:ix bottles lound it pear, relieved, her of the dror Y. 1 am avtft I

f :'A survey of the'ssid, :tract of land, together with Goods consigned their care will.. be, received hereby notified of the en r.ijce-. .dopexme .great good, and,called to see yon at that tbissjai mentis Q; strhLge c, to*;| returnilble "
; .tt a plat and the proper field notes thereof and and t'Qrwarded'witli: ..despatch.Their. ; inent"Jie1dat'r"l df this suit, to aJtistke'ourtto'be your office ; ''with'y'o advice 1 kept ut .' uial doroost almost like fituitn; but it.is.: neverth Ins, bvreality.

f:i :. that he return the said survey, plat' and fiejdatVes tQre,Office ,andWairehouie. are'situated : nsvilte for the Ninth bitri heartily thaiikyou loryour'advice. 1 ptr- :Your Sara.parilla. is ,certainly.a v&
: }, to me the undersigned, Judge itf the'Cir. convenie'nt to the,Wharf.PaUtka ,of,said county, bn'the "firarSafupl.-y' in April, severe in' tjikini the SaJ"tl variUn.smd have lttuu.ble uubTe'medicine, and should b* used fcvtvsr/

1 : 'cult'Court for the 'Eistern Circuit of the State '. St.Join's.:River;E. F,t January t 13.:: ,A.D.i 1849- : 'an4to* appear, 't\e nd plead to"tbe to attend to my ,usual rs ,fcr the lust one-that'1a'anfrdir.tt u we hr.veleftt.il/iJj

,;:, 9f Florida, at mj: ffice in'Jacksonville; in D.u- 1849. ly : !Mthe. four months: and hope by the blessings ol God disbelieve thia Account, they are iUm'U

'J Val County 'aforesaid, in :the SUte nforesiid'; Given under 'my hand tlnaeil'. '; this .20th'd and your BarBuparillH tocoiitiiiue, my uealthllt :-' :call at.nr>y house*ndliM.Ybursrc8.ectia .t ocuIardcnoistra s.

k J' duly certified no before S.itudith&9th' I.. of January.. ; A J>. 1SJ9.. helped'me'heY\'Ddth'' of all that J, .:. : '1'

.. .. diy of May next. : .. A M,. .REED: ,: j '.JOHN W."'PRICfi, ;(L-srj] knew'my case. CHARLES UIMBL W1LLlti): TOWSEK.. 1 J.zr.tJ4

i"\ And it it further Ordered, That the matter of .. AS constant/ on hand a well assorted I, Justice J' .of the'Peace"vOoral Orange Isex Co.N.J.Aug.2lB47.Quimby ._ S 1.J" )

.: ;. the aaid petition be set for 'hearing'before' hie' E V stock.of : V Jan.27, 184f. 3m 5 .ll/ ofenJeiseyEqaezCounty. DYSPEPSYt '*>

t\".:' undersigned) Judge as' aforesaid; 'at theCourt : < .nnty TiSzV.lIre$ ra1il..' i. being duly. sworn according to law. nbisoatllllntb No-fluid Or ir.e'Mdiue'L;.s ever been dimmcd"
',L!: House in Nassau County; in'the 'State' G roceries, Provisions j Pry Goods,-' ; that the 'foregbing statement'is which-so nearly resen.bles ihegtMrffJoit

:.r: aforesaid, according to the praer'of thfsaUpetitioner \ :Hardware, Crockery, &c., .viz:; : "B YMrtue:t-ha y levied of the iwwer'tested'uponand haIl)iiii nie by law:for, true,'according. ta the .best of IJ3 knowledge andbelief. or shUn in deccii J ceing food and strf pgtlefiiti

: the U3d day'ofMaiyaext : Expose CHAS.:
- on Wednesday, QV JDY. the ot digtetion &s"-thir JrejwlicirttSarfirparilla.
, '. :: at one o'clock; p;m ,,f' Superfine Flour,in bbls and %bbls ; sale, before ihe OourtHouse'\oor in the Town Sworn and subscribed to before me atOrauge. organs It &'tively'curts tSrya3eOt

I t And it further Ordered, That a."copyof'thesaid ,Pilot Bread,.Sugar and Butter Crackers ; Jacksonville' on the first' Monday' in 'Junenext S the'2d.August, 1847, ,CYRU& BALDWIN I dysprjia",Jao'Wnencnrrt'i or chrcnicr '"- s*

' .1.; petition,and of this order, be publishe for
:":'... the'period of two months before* 'the said23d[ COIUis'bJ Salt,'Rice; thereof as will pay th&Stte?Taxes. due. hereon- DR.TOW SEM>-iir.1 hate been-afifctw

} ;. day of May next il."TI ':N ."s,rt. a public Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White Bean a for the year' 1848, vi ;- TWO'CHILDR.N SAVED..Very for several ye .rs 'with-Uisprisia in its vont

,;: ..: newspaper, printed anl: published at Jacksonville Irish Potatoes; 2.000 uston's acres of Land,situated on'NassLu" River ,' few families indeed-in: fact''e_ have form,attended..with* sournc'of tcmacb, M

4.; in Duval county aforesaid.GIVM Sperm Oil. Candles; and H Creek, adjoining lands'of John not heard of one-that used Dr-.Townsend's of ,. buJ' and smt
. utrr ,
.. hand at the ot Tall Green and'Black Tea..Rio and Java Houston-particular boundaries I appetite, etlr ,
. ..j under my 'ity : *- Coffee. ; unknown Sarsaparilla in time lost nT childrenthO, past aversion .to all kinds ofod' undo tor t'ii
.-:;; karsee in the 'State aforesaid this'2d day of Muscovado Sugar, N Outclasses purporting to,belong to Sandiford Holmes, '; ,
:: : ; summer, while those that did not sickened and (irhat 1 could eat) 1hie been ur.abteto tii
.: MITCh D.. \ Stuart's Refined Loaf Crashed and Pulverized A. X. CANOVA .
: A 1840. '. '. : died; The certificate'we publish loTris conclusive but 'small portion itOIT Ifri 4 ft.
.:. THO. DOUGLAS Judge&e: Sugar ". .Tax Collector D val County*. ihy
; '. ; evidence pf its,"lue and,is only.another S usual-'remedies bntvtbeyhad but Htt. 't.

..",.:.; M&ch1O.1S49.2ni, .. I Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, ., Tarp'en' .D, ..itaa iS8. DecO-6mA instance. ,of its saving the.lives' of children: effect in removing the complaint. ;1.wti& S*
. : : tine; IR. 1'OWNSJND-Dear Sir 1 had children *
!; '. : : two jecLabout two.mon-.bs since to .to f Jjtrif
3dmufflSihuitrs try
No.tj :
i iJ.ap (or'I !t London Porter,Port,Madeira and Champagne' e. cured by yourfearsapnrilla of the summer ofJSawapariJla: tm.u .. .wJUh Jiulf.ttij
PERSONS indebted y.
I. 'Wine; > : LL to the Restate ,of
, !. : Wi offer'forle two'tracts of Land, Cordinl rtGeorge,Church late complaint -ind Vdy6enteryy oue was :only 15 ,6de.nc.e.j*b t fter.nsiDg nearly,vo .bQtti1l
,:Confectionary,Preserves&c. Duyaicounty
months old and
the other
:: ,. one of which *wa.purchased from Jno. 5 L A.Complete Assortment of DryGo4s... ,Fla deceased, will come forward and make immediate years.They.Wtte 1 found mj appeUtft restored and the LeartIi
: Bowden, situated on Joke George, and consists : very much-reduced,and expected they would 'entirely" removed,-and. l.nould Maiaudyfl*

:.... .. of Ibroe.hundred and fty,feres, more orjess, ,Calicos Ribbons; Ginghams V, Muslins,.Bonnet and Taffeta V. '. demands payment, ;:A.nd'all persons.' rwhateyor will.render die i ; they were;gin| ''up by 'respectable commend ,... ;. !j Ine lAud, hammock, 'with"a Urge' ..orangegrove. ; ,having againstthe.! zai&etafr; physicians. When t be doctor infofnled us*that f
Sheetings and Shirting>Mach'd them.in iwith'm two 'yarsiuiLentjc.tedpsth. '.Vours.&e '
and unbleach'd '
: miist resolved'to
: .we7 ;
J; The other was purchased from William try'yonr .
: V .
Irish Linen .law ,directs W.-\V.'fAN z4tvT-:
Diaper Bishops and Long-Lawn or thisfl.tjCji1 It had hear&so
; Sarsaparilla we much
? situated the above but had
Oardiner- near
mentioned ,
> :N. B c-Purchase bnt mali .'"' ***
,Ca b Jaconet,Swiss-and crossbar pleaded in bar.of their ,, none as
.r t. ;.tract on the:St., John's River, and consists Muslins recovery. : li.ttle: confidence, t.berjejbeing..so much stuffadTertised. that hide' the bottle 'tad1 W
:...; .. two hundred r&udfifty acres, more. .or Uss,-oak Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; V LAWRENCE .RYAN,Adm'r. .that is, jWprthless; .but. wt,are. very pen the'written fS1OWSEM'completely ; !
'Tickings Linen'and Cotton b. signature :
i', : aid'pineland.. o. ': Osnaburg; 'Jaoklonyjl1e"F ,94rl 19. 2mAdmtnietrator's thankful that we(did, for it undoubtedly saved ,
OfiSce u1tcn.st.uuBDfldII
\vinewhite Principal 126
t :j .. The' fibove'lands will be offered for sale at ate & &c and brown Linen Drill., for'pant*., : the l1csofbot1 I write thIs Jhat oVhers'inay N. tRedding & ccvS Stated. BctOli1VY'I
: S' b1ctl at the Court House at Jackson ;Notice.- beinddced tousejt.You reepectfully;
, 'Jtine; mJat::.econd'Monday Jun A. D, ,Umbrellas-Silk, Grijbarn,"and. Cotton. steel. ; ,I shall apply ;to -. -S JOHN.WIL>ON,..b. son's. 31NorthSecodstii'1fledeJJthiS.llauce
theon. '
and whale bone Probate, s1torejDuo1j
frames Judge ColumbiA druggist,
; ; county
itf49. THOS. J.'JONES .
: .MyrtlfravenueBrooklyn .
: ,?ept15 184.7.
;Hardwire for tetters of,
Jismission CbI5tO'P'
Cuflfty-KniveaSOiu Raton ;t "' ,as Administrator Richmon4tLpM.hen j : ; ,
n on ;
.. J .O S. SAMMIS., '
ii1' '
R; :Nails, HlngH'B.tISj Knives and ForksSpoons, .thstaate.Henry. ( IftopfbtteofaIj; county, S V V 'S LUX421C4SYLUJJ.- } '&'c..i l'J h rtreHi.tWi'OrltaDl*;'I -
..j'J u &idn ,.March 34tht;1848., 2m JTcaj.Trays *.->' ..1. dece* aed. ".JQj ".Japlelu: nlUiop, &q.. .e ot'.th 4sitaiifainthe'Lfinatic -Peartot.Albariy; &. 'Boekirki 29'S"paPDrsggistsind

. ...:' "L H4'r"nle. ,Collins Axes, Hammers..Hatchets,Saws;, -J. 27,1849."M CLEf.rON..tAdm'I I I! AyIum,1Ickw1Pa1aJund.! 'fit&e J r.k> -ljlCrDFo iNf rJrN'.l;

'FOR .C&rriage1Vrenc1ies. Ba1t. rChafnj'po; KeU .' '.' ,. S ) rk l1t1emap" lien feriirtbre fonbwinj! lefterr 'pn lC1 f-M
; en .
SAU1iif nine .
.. ; 1- and tea thou ,tles&c.&c. ; -* l H I l4iflor.doteI i .h' H "BHEU1Jl.A.TlSM..7 aWtheCanldai.
; ; : sipli throughout United
! ;: ;:: IuncI acre*,of. Und, "situated' in Nassau A few lUfieslow1riced.powderpla8kg.V i\' present.accounts'and vuuch,rs.a'I.Ad- This is only_ nelot\mpri> thanfour:; thqnsaad ',' '. :

" !, Qktiili n e Ia& u n9 iiiLline .st, A qOOa4UOTmOJcCkCYIJaJJ ThsWavL.uOO !ministratpr: !the,Esf ate,of.Francis Jljchard J cases of rheumatism that Dr. Townsen'd's. : r ..T AiMREED.jJfDtl'1t, : '
._ bel
: Oaflt.& TI1UY ; above, la'porttonor\b."at\ "rm 1n 419c-41en'Women'.And,Childen'a :l to'Ruval.Couuty, leecaset(h ih.fto ; .saparilla 'has curexl-The, most Veveie/and Pebrnary'2,484S.-,, t', 11.._ ; i.
; ike
f p.- l vine Boots and Shoes of all .ble,Judge .of.aafd chronic i tases are weekly eradicated by;Us
,. klidLV .ojPjrobate OQnniy.-for,a-final ex. S : --
.: ;; *bbdcoxen1eOtlysituated; ;. upon w Jet..courseswith A varTety of Faticy'Articles; Perfumerv-Me4U( settlement of said Estate and sbaJLat tbejunttime. tr f'JInMjirtuCs :P" ; :', l'J. 'P' ) 1B ; ii: iR tl iS'{ :;JjQ QI

.'LI ;' tie exceptfon' ,'of. aboufiiye'.h n'drejt' aof crn ,.. ""Ift._,,UIO tr.._ .' '.'"< .,. ,. applyJor.Leitera..oflDismission as such '".),2Bxa xWfLt.S'Ist.A.IID, f'pt.l"47..i .,?t' .va, '---fl--rP'! .J .(.t. "f_. .J .
heavy aammoek"land.1 opon .Ii, at.)J jo '. V ..44straQrfpbicb.; R ." ,: baesiffed ; -
Jcksonyille,4pniIl5,1I&j_ rsozrint.qwste.1In B"I' 1I 'rr. : ; ;
< (
} ii: :1
kr.-bWwboIe. oi lyA
anrtwa ill'bo'teldeheap'fort'casli. 'B l' tZL' y.
: to"f -. aaiii Estate,are.desired-to,,t,'t, abtwe.Wr1 ., terribly for nine yar-zi!) I he rlumt* ; '' ); 14,0 .A I4I:11. ": (

.' A-4- ,* "Apply' "" 1tLT4WmcKM4N.&CkionvilleMareb .dmInistrato'a NQlicc.-A.1l' 'I :': : 'lil ,. !P!..' N J.EZ.: .dn.'p1"r-r. i considerable or the hOle 1 cJ.iJd'Jlo\ t'eep 'rrJfE Ri btriber;JiDS'' i$1yS .* if-

1Z.l8tD '" I.'tt., 'e.on. c1 ';the : pri .Jauay2O.l8.4 '. .afluflaway ": "'1"., "f..h.', .: -or-'wok; Ihd7he niostr'disifrVssiBgj iJnV> and -1-t, xnd' "cP n :Bilfiard %al wi '*' ..
., .., .. 'N-- .EstatOfJ :.myJimbS wereterribly'sw llfmnl.have ::
used '
: 1a : t "Bar foon5;'thr seiOiar' \(
BergUo, Co Yl : prem'8r.i
j .
t tity, Ya'ier i, : Cri "b t.tle
r fOJlrl r..l0Jlf, patT.iJla1 nd : onnS:
NoUee. will come .forward'and b'tiD uWiateiPa1: t tO1JILT;'TQ'4.TIJ, ';..l ... don.pJe :the3.lu'i by";fJpVeninienTl ard C .P'I
ment And _.< I.e I uU'fal pore tbzuo1OthouanddQllara worihofkKbc Lftncnsfer.*'iHc: has
THE Rttpou : alaojnst .
6 ;; 8UBSCRlBEflbllged dae whatever. b Muge- Cotzity,.*'t'.J',akiqivjI O 1' he 26tb 1 : im4f8om. chD tTer: thdeVdi: ,
fi11Lout formerl' pled.,bJ!*. H 4CatoDj'u' t'tB mands against:the.said.esUte: ,will render them 'IIeuraatY la5ta" rU 1 "i')" 'r"entir1ielfeved..'"Ybtt'iire" ntnibcr !use wJibg'l\lItiy, nn cterw1btbis' S S !

l)It.-t. "'d"t noWJIla. BIU1".1)ld.-tBoard1n'i in wh a two-'yeara, a authenticated the law 4iy'th.atbis'namja' l Jh''K q .thi&fortb&benefit'of 4hi*fitictcti... 0) .-to 'menthndt'iIlewbiwjII' ;:theonlfee'opVn ne 11l 4 .
". ; '9k! ) 1& F'pam .to,.cc.inodate' direetsyor'thi* notice will be plead in bar of iJ oMr Quiet. efA JiW u'ttlafJ ..-. VAMML, *peetfqU1 .TA\1C*< ;TTVi> ; to the PnbKc'it Ji .td
p7 who 1heirre : ; INGS.j j)itf nu! / rWA>W Aalt. ;Iiai' Vgretrftjtib
.ti to patl'OnlJe ,and overy.ThM3O3TA-' :2t5 !. ./ h.. own i 'p 'i > "
-.' 4' -. .Wlem J.. .no.pIus' w.UJMJpar. 1 "NO. A. A.Y 1 *v, cfi .V tt.jTsw! ? *.:? "WUavT t..CO"LD".NO'l'lfJv..4'.F.t"lr. t. 7 .4- ) -ecerige.fI'ONthiJ ',.:
. : D ra- .Th f
UJ fi'rI kid'
"'t t .. [ '
: 1wi1l
f.'L rq % oommoJioua.tabl61. .j ts.iIe.bll1 I1w9. ; .' t > !. t 11 jJ ter ;. t 'l1 tr5t-h1Seze
e4 -'fii Ddbs F b" ; S 'p. rt"em d' .1' 10 ': 31 cololJ luJnts'tbei is be ri'rdfd T."Il' 5 V t. J i' ;:.1.
d metatAI r" .> o-.J 'L" I dIJuatrato"--1 '7 :..._.. tor'l1il 't'ou ti. no'diptitIng;x toousnna'j''J thOu la'.tnC eihan tbfl1
: io the fth .J'1 h fLO,, I-... J( < .') : weak and J0HM.cziu'wIIrnIwiyskeep
'eo et. rg. .fr' debilitated-1ej
.}W Ipro a'trr.'II 1 1 'J .. <... dh) wecprooi. t isr l1QtjORfr"n a 'H'A'': A.sttR1iJH
", ,' 'ft'..' 'U: cir A RTEStoandrCTpcctnllysolie'' : J J.ORDJAL8i... o.JM ft ln {:C1l l1-i1lOj Mat1b742 \iseaseJt vhicfles art (eellf Ol,['''ti t'JJ@ -
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TQ-ANJ: QOtCUt i- !1h'fA"n. t't .jC"4 J- fiokn T Losteiqn talhsWibiI; O1PV'fA.tJhj J It.D.( .LNewThjEiS. 23fl&rn'yi1hk t -" : \ 5- '

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1' .t '". ,,cI .s .ctJ_ t.11 t1lll11.Ullld1 W afffRiltititmq OH lf ', 1W_ .n. i ': \1 t.'I' .'eJttJq .ii4 in.a. iiaa9jj
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