The news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065546/00098
 Material Information
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: May 5, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
notis - AKP5518
lccn - sn 84022789
System ID: UF00065546:00098
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

Full Text
-- -- ---- '- -
U- :
;.- *h.--4 7 J -----V a e VpV V : jJV* V t1 ,, V V V V V

j 3*** ** *** *Ti
V sr &&B>Js 3&39a>a r
V .
T VV V V -
fr- j .: : __ __. : : V __ __ V _ tiiW
I t I c' t JJ44 V ti &a i .4iL )L V -.
.t T 1I

jlibed evq $ATUUPAY MO11tJtcksoiiviIIeR 'U __ __ _. __ : I V j
ITS jail;. V V 3 :t* dod 3 I V
$ 4 ;
V QhfliuinbousanLdoIm; ; I IY
AUqJTUS C. GILIT t ForlarjofId
Dr _: $ /, : r : .t .
p1d nor
-THRc DOLLAB3 per snnut.1 _:V,4- ?- ..' r VqV dollars; 'V VV .
c4oft year.7tdveflLimePt1II1LI V V VV For.Abra5 m Bencher,lat cfeargf f tfteso.to V V
DoMtsifth Th
tW) oniii (t ;
YU7J be t1e fo11PW .. cQURcoUNTEy'F- It H Vj V V Portng V>ach BUD M t b Secretory of Skji, .
V ,Upqfl$1jUItiflgbiscWmV; ihall ftflow ferBiiunavoidablt
V A V 4/ f j
S V VV _V VV detention abioadfrom seco&Jan-'
termi: and nndpr, -
jnes fl;
. 44 :
One dolltr per *q eo cents for each eubp- VOL. 11.1 m SLTjJRD.&yMORNING _1A7 _5V84f T .i nary, eigltetn hundred-and forty rtightjtoAo ,
aDd ;September foUowi u Prqri& .
V jnseiOfl. .LL V
first LV kTh
.for the dj
V 'Vfct advert5r1[ a liberal such sum shall noi exceed th -ntt of W offinol i1

quent1nfertl0T'. Tore. and forty-six' and of the twelfth pf August*, copy-right T om in thq D partmeqtpf Stae 1V ineightn TJ'W4Iai ? 5y'geeps9riijhhouses. :nIaryr V.V V ; V V 1 '-

.anunt will be mad.1TAU IflUt be paid for beror in.s'rt'nn .- eighteen hundra} and ttylg1itfl nina theu- hundred and ory.efghtwb hunredur,1 ,. & j4tety.phem1Vchargedwithdoubf fifteen assiltantt: V V For salaries o aharg f desa ain to Portugal j

Adverme cugtomer. By referring sand dollars; V ; ? '. : ( : and two Austria, Denmark, Sweden, H lknd Belgium t;
,*lDIeu by beadvertlsement. a.crtainedV Forsalary of cbi clerk to Assistant Treasurer "For: the puiclias 'of a site for anew custom-, >ith" triple bgts.j including One thousand two Naples, Sardinia, the Papal State*,CMIi, iii -
t, tvJr terms,the reqaIt aiim may V lpw York, one i thousand,five hundred house, Norfplk 1'irginia, twelessndxll., huridre f dollars f for that of an' 'inspectofI ruNew Grenada. Venezuela Buenos Apes, ; t g

and trau whh the dollars ; V las; Iie r zktentof tti united.St&tes I .lights on the.upper lakes, ont hundrtd and sixeen Bolinaf Guatemala, and Ecuador,;- cvtaty-Bix '
I marked with te number For contingent-expenses* tthcIe '-the act fop to n4e' purj [thtmsan'd,one'hundred;|and,ninety-eight thousand five hundred dollars:,and for outfit* .'

beonlUed intiL forbid the,safei Beeping,, collection,w jfcransfer, and disbursement 'chase-n: s A ITi.n nct thh-tIir Ciits .for said charges detaffaim, s v*nty )>? t ,. of the public' revenue, of sixth Au- "To enable the Secretary of Wart}execute 'f r yalajries/pf thirtj.three.keepers of floatih'ts five hundred1 'dollars' or so-ra;ch; Utertofas V -

JtapJ barged will be charged for all announce gust fcighfoen hundred tind forty-sixy > fifteenthousaud'dollarsrPrp the survey and examination of the Potouia tiv-j Lig seventeen thousand .sight bun &rd may,be necessary; V ": .. c Vc4'
Drpve dollar' edjiThataio part of said- er, erdei. by a restitution xrtthe House offBeprescntativcs ,, ,, Tor contingent!expense* -of f refgat iater- :
V.1 *eat1 of c ndiile$ for oftce. sum of fifteen,thousand l dollars V shall be>expended f of the eighth August, eighteen Jtundred.ansl -r c; camen'S;wages, repair r;)| and supplies for V course, thirty thousand dollars; .' ;*. *.dr
square,for Six Months, : : $1000 fdr Ieridul Services ;} <*<* ** ru* forty-ightfth i hundred iJoltars; thirtytheeoating, lights},eighty-four tiou- For,>expenses of intercourse with.the:Bafbary ; Vtfilli* ;

: Notice to De&OT and Creditors, : : 7:00 Fon compensation ta special..agentsrto.. ; ,exam- And the proviso contained in the. act making and,three hundred and 4htyrsiziXyye'CiI4S dollars and Powen, nine thousand dollars; : tt'&M1'
ppIicatiOfl for Lettera ofAdminsLraton 5 00 inobooKS'account8and' money> *4 on hand- in theseteral'deppsitoriefe'kinder apprepriatipnS'fo the'civil and diplomatic ex-: *$ *! >( *Alv- for salary ofthe consul"at Lonion,,two. thousand 2 S i i"5l%

AUreligioui notices will be inserted gratui03"All -. the tvct'-of; sixth:Au-' ensfs .of the. government for.the' eat ending V J >'mooring, clean;' dollars r 'I M, V .
. j3: gut jeig teea jhundr! d, an<| .fortysix,' fire the thirtieth of,June. eighteen hundred, and' SiU t and supply;ing{,lossts ,ef, l9acpis, V i For, salary,of the commfssioner thf Sand s m
: ,11ev$3. comrawae "ls must b* "ddressed to thousand dollars; VV V V forty-nine, Hml'for fcther'-p'urposes yp'p'rpved chauns nd sinkers, twentynine'seyenty t housandsiz iChalasthrecthonn4: dollars,;4- < hftje

GllLETT. postage pai4., V V : I9r support; clothing'and} triedical1 treatment August, (twelfth, eighteen rhundre4 J lif9ty", ,ieyen flollarV? and'forty- For payment ofthe salary of the commission
AC8CSTOS C. .insane paupers.of_ the 1)itrictpt,Columbia eight -which proviso U in the! fpllowUigwprds: six.cents V er to the Sandwhich islands,from the,commtnce- i
rrjAH admiut Ie personal c mmunicalions- wilbe six' r- superintendutsnVisiting V ment 6f the salary of Mr. }ames to the termin m\

charged ts adrwispmenu. V 'f For th&support) owe/and tnidio'al troatmeatoftwfly : >roprjatpd ehaU'Jbe.paid.toany person,wh6;;(re- llghrQyse annuallyr.and xaninng 8tiO0fthtOf31iTerEyck, so much as i necessaryj < ,
07 All b'Uls for Job Printing, must be paid qn the | $ ransient;jp upe me ij l or surgical'patients'm ceives. a salary as an pfficer of the customs:- and, eporting,7khwrtconditioii, two. thousand of the sum cf fifteen hundred dollars; 3t 3i
Jeire1y q 'Wdec iHerdirectionof.the and niue th fcaiddisbprse- ?.commissions VV Of the C0nfilil.lt' ft t Conntnv1a Rmwn* i-' -
dollars tb'br ,forty :
expended' -> VtCq n hundred! ; ,at two and ---i- T "" MJ J m mmmf A M
\ Commissioner of Public Buildings: ments shall be made by the collectors Cjfthe"custpmsvwithou1t V a half per' ent. onfthe fqur.hundred; and sixtysix'thousand and.Alexandria M'one thousand VV five-A hundrtd" dollayg. -. ;
Provided, That'the': physicians and surgeons of cvmjiensiation-it'Ms1 h'er'eby nine; hundred, and thirty dollars VJ :
1tNb UEg.OIjUTION8SED the aforesaid'infirmary give bonds for the maintenance -' repealed; j .. : V V : and (eight cents, appropriated, above for light- For salary of the comiaissioaerlore em
-iT THE SECOND SESSION F of twelve pauper transient patients For continuing tlp publication of the works h'euse purposes, eleven thousand six hundred China, including additional compensatioiij'un 4 1
TIIK THIRTIETH CONGRESS. ring one year, if application b'e siade for'thei' of the' exploring xptioncludrnth' # sal (and 8e'ent'-three4o1larsand twenty-five cents. der the act of eleventh Augua efghieeir hun i -

I reception, or bind themselves'to Ueep rooms for ary:of the horticulturist and.pd'ditionto; | the And the proviso contained in the act making dred V and forty-eight, six thousand dollars j .
CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST. the accommodation of twelve pauper patients, green-house, fifteen thousand dollars; -appropriations for the civil and diplomatic 'ex- For compensation Peter Parker secrttory, '
No. V weekly ea; an average during the year; VV : For additional'compensation 'to the taessenger.of penses 'Of the government for the year ending of legation and Chinese interpreter at'Canton. i
PUBLIC- 3"l. :For the"warden; clerk physician/ chaplain, tb?P,osti OfSco Department}so astt) >place the thirtieth'day June, eighteen hundred for his services as charge 'des affairs'of tb6 U. ?
AN ACT makiijar appropriations for them on the as the of forty-nine :'and other States at said place from the tweityeig'hthday
three assistant_ keepers. five.guards. and. mes- same footing messenger .for ,purposeS, approved .
"* P r* -* t f t A *- of June eighteen hundred and
the civil and diplomatic expenses of senger or tne penitentiary tne uistncioi u1 1lumbia the other departments, the' sum. of one hundred hAugusr'twelfthf eighteen hundred and forty- forty-seventof
for the year ending the eight th isand'fire hundred and fifty and'th1Ity dltai V "- eight'which;proviso is in following words: the twenty-first day of iugust, eighteen hun. t t1

government June hundred and dollars; < For the expenses incurred under the joint resolution "Provided, That no part'if the sum hereby ap. dred and forty-eightbeirigtheintiTvalbetweta
thirtieth eighteen For three inspectors- of said /penitentiary, of AugusUeleventh, eighteen hundred propriated shall"be paid fo any"person who' receives the death Alexander Everttt,. Utt commisv i 4
fifty, and for other purposes.MISCELLANEOUS. three hundred dollars j V and forty-eight--"A Resolution authorizing the a salary'as an officer ofthe customs; and sioner at Canton, and ihe actual arrival of John ,!

For expenses of loans and treasury notes, submission of certain, claims to arbitration??- from and after the':first tay of July eighteen v. Davis, the present commissioner,1 afterth. ; .
furnishing President house after the twenty thousand dollars ; and for the same du-' tWehiy-five hundred dollars, the same' to be hntidred and forty-nine the said tatfdisburse-. rate of four'thousand five hundred deHars per j t

tiirJ day March, eighteen hundred, and for- ring the remainder-of the current fiscal -year, disbursed under the authority of the,.Secretary meat shall be made by thi collectors ofthe customs annum, (d deducting salary as lucb secretary, p
of the without and two thousand dollars already.paid him towards .
in addition to such situ as be re- six thousand dollars; V Treasury; ( ., : V cempensatioi, is hereby repeal-
tjmine may
tffiA from the sale of such articles furnished V To make good a deficiency in ihe fund for For the expenses that niay be incurred in the said service,) the sum of two hundred J V

for fht same by the United States, as be he relief of sick seamen, fifteen thousand dollars further execution of the act of'first July, eighteen For completing the light-house' on Brandy- and ninety-five dollars and ninety-two cents; 4 :i
may hundred and for freliel of 1 wine Delaware For salary of the interpreter and Secretary to
forty-eight,; ,the. shq'aly bay,tventy-nine thousand j
the decty President 4 cr out may repair Direct,to or be unfit sold for, a use sum,, and not For; repairs of the custom house and wKarf the bona fido settlers under t1ieacts for the eight.hundred and two ddlars and sixty-one said mission, two thousand i"' five hundred' .dollars 1

at Plymouth North Carolina one hundred dol- armed occupation'.of; Florida/the provisions of ;
fourteen thousand dollars to be V
ing expende
eicee said' ,1FOr 'For buoys"on'and'near the bar.flraidu river
iars act, being continued.and extended till the completing ihe'lighUouse on Carysfort V.
uuder the direction of the President ; V
United States P. For the purchase of such scientific! works as first day 6f Octobereighteenhurklred and for. reef; coast of 'Florida,.thlrtjuorie. thousand five and pa the coasts Oeorgia'and Florida' in '

; are necessary'for the use of the P-ajtent Office, ty-nine, one thousand five hundred dollars p.To hundred and'ninety dollars and. seventysix the neighborhood thereof-, one'thousand, dollars
For annual repnirs of the Capitol, and attendance fifteen hundred -lollars Robert Beale, for his services and.expen- cents ; ; -
on furnaces iu the crypt, attendance on For compensation of ;librarian,V five hundred ses incurred a journey to'''Virginia notify *; to pay the balance due to'Ebenezer V Wjrner, For compensation to the consuls atthe.nve
filer closets, for public gardener and laborers, dollars V V President !Tyler.his ''accession- {he ipr'esidency. V for constructing the light-ttmse it White i'ish Chinese1 ports, vh: Kwangchow, Amoy, Fueh-

and cartage.on the Capitol grounds ;tgols, wire, For the; collection of agriculture V statistics three,hundred dollars ;. point; on lake 18npcHor'tiree! thousand two ow, Nfngpo, and ShangHat- five thousand dollars I
leather, nails, stakes, boxes, straw for grounds, and other thirty-five dollars V 'For the correction of'erroneous and 'defect hundred and ninety-eight'dollars ; : : t:

and vhitt.washing, gravelling the walks in the V For defraying purposes the expenses of .the chemical; ve surveys in southern Michigan, at a rate not :For, illuminating Jappaiatus' fir the light For salary of consul general at Alexandria,

Capitol grounds manure and trees for ground, analyses vegetable substances produced, and exceeding six dollars. per. mile. ten thousand. house at Minors rock: Boston harbor,"Massachusetts three thousand dollars; V
npairs of public stables, flagging, enclosure, used for the foQdofthan and animals in the dollars V : four thousand hundred dollars; For salary of consul at Beirout' five hundred .1

it; keeping order the iron pipes that con- Jnited States, to be expended under'the direction To supply a deficiency in the appropriation For the ''r.e'rimbuwenieWof the New York, dollars; V J 4'V
wy water to the Capitol and pub)jc offices, and ofthe Commissioner Patents, one thousand in the act entitled ".4nrffactto supply deficiencies Providence,; and Boston Railroad (Company,ana For the relltf and protectjon'of American seamen ,
repairipg the damage by ircshets; brooms, dollars; whfch several sums, amounting in in the appropriations for tfl.al year ending V the New- Jersey !StedmavJgati6 Company, in foreign wuntries/ hundred' *thousand V
brashes, wooden spades, shovelling snow; re- he whole to six thousand five hundred dollars, the thirtieth June, eighteen) hundred 1 for f heir expenses in maintaining alight-boat dollars; ; < -* V4 :

gfthutments at Tiger creek, and building hall be paid out of the patent fund j and forty-nine, approved twenty-sixth of on Eel Grass shoals,VVItV fisher's Island sound, For clerk hire, office rent -and other expen- 4
prolong;; walls, enclosing and improving the Towards erection ofthe wing? ofthe Patent V January,' eighteen hundred and forty-nine/1 from the month of November, lathe year'eigh- sq aofthe office or>hVconsui OfVth "United, ; ;':f
public grounds at the north, south, and west of Office building, according: to -the original under resolution of the House of ihe seventh teen hundred and thlrtyev; n, to the present Slates at London, two7 thousand tight hundred Vj

tye Capitol, and the open triangular spaqes on uanj under the direction of the Secretary of of Augyst, eighteen V hundred and, forty-eight, tune, ten 'thousand' four hundred and seven dollars; k '-- -;

Pennsylvania arenue, seventeen thousand dol- State, 1fty thousand"dollars; to'be jia'out of directing the clerk to'furnish to members of the dollars ; VV V :For office put of the V consul at Basle, in Switzerland I 1

the patent fundProv dedf That the said Secret House the books therein authorized three thou.. HOSPITALS.V onehundred dollars; and for officS .1j
Annual reyjur pf president's house, gar- tary hereby authorizedjto.cause the safd extension sand eight hundred'and ninety-three. dollars For completion of marine hospital at Pitts- rent from June thirtieth, eighteen hundred ,
\r1. and laborers; gravelling the walks inJiJenv8 to be done by contract,in the same man and fifty'cents; p.V burg, eleven thousand six I hundred aid sixty- forty-five, to the4se of th*current fiscal year, ,
square,manure leather,nails, tools, ner as was pursued in .executing the work of For the (redemption of the treasury scrip .seven. dollars; four hundred dollars; t J' p 1
kj:& repairs offence at Lffayette squar.e, the General Post Office Building; heretofore issued fr the satisfaction of the For completion .of marine hospitaj' at Louis-, For procuring medals for Indians, twenty-( -
outatsquare,President's square, and4Pre For the purchase of a building for a customhouse bounties' promised to the non-commissioned officers yille eleven thousand six' hundred and sixty five hundred

deal's garden, cartage, tc., three thousand five at Portland, in.the State Maine, gum ,- musicians and privates, by the ninth jven dollars; SEC. 2. And hit further uza d-That4t.
hndred dollars; ,notexceeding one hundred and forty-nine tjiougandljollars section the act of the eleventh of February, For completion of marine hospitals at Cleveland third section of the act"entitled' "Anacti iking-

For lighting Pennsylvania avenue from Cap : Provided,' That the Secretary of eighteen hundred and fofiy-seven, 'to raise for six thousand six hundred V and sixty-seven appropriations for ih'e civil and diplomatic expenses ,
ol square to the.Treasury Department, and the Treasury shall, after full examination, a limited time an additional military force,and dollars" ; V -of government for the year ending the
Mmpensation for ope lamplighter for the same, deem sjibh purchase expedient, and for the interest for other purposes, and'for,the satisfaction V in For completion marine hospital at Chita-' thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and "fortysevenr -
iindfor.lighting Capitol and Capitol grounds, of Jthe United States* money of such bounties due under said section go, twenty thousand dollars; V and for other purposes approved the
jiad President's house, six thousand dollars toe For purchase of, a building*/erected by V the of said act as those to whom they 'are due may For completion of marine hospital at Paducah tenth of August, eighteen hundred and forty- i
rended under the direction of the Cogj- president and directors of the Bank of the United elect to receive in nwjney instead of land, three twenty thousand"dollars; six,.be, and the" same is hereby, revived and
Cr of Public Buildings; States.for a banking-house in the 'town et hundred thousand dollars. And the Secretary, For completion marine' hospital Natchez, continued in force for the fiscal year ending
T?'reimburse the corporation of Washington Erie, Pennsylvania, -to betsedas, a, customhouse of the Treasury is hereby-directed,pnmediately twenty thousdncji .dol1 is ; the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight Inn-
:-t s cost of erecting the half of the City Hall and the Secretary pf the Treasury is after the passage of this act, ,to, give notice by For completion of marine hospital at Napoleon ;dred and fifty. V V
biding, granted to. and occupied by, the hereby directed to make said purchase": ''Pror publication for sixty days,in at least pne of'the Arkansas' twenty thousand dollars; V V
gpvent SEC. Andbe
| for the circuit, district, and criminal tied, That "the.cost of the* building and the principal papers in Washington city1altimore; For the purpcse.f? erecting a marine hospital 3. it further enacted, That the proviso
auruofthe United Suites, thirty thousand dolUri. ground necessary to its convenient use can be Philadelphia. New York,. and gBpsto'n, and in at or nea St/Louis, Missouri, addition to to nineteenth section of the ictofth'e:
s 'other papers he 'deem* expedient the ten thousand dollars heretofore twenty-eighth of January, eighteen bundled .
.the same to be expended by the said corporation nude for a sum not theditentyninethousand as may appropriated and u ,
in finishing )J.he exterior of the said dollars; that the principal and interest of such scrip as by theact, approved August third, eighteen forty-smn, entitled An act authorising J 1 3
biuHinj;. under the direction of the Secretary For continuing the construction of the cus has been or may be issued prior ,to.the first of hundred 'and prey-eight, f.r the same object, the issue of treasury" notes, a'loan, and for other j t
)July A.'D. eighteen hundred and forty.-nine twenty thousand dollars, to be expended only purpojes, be, and the samisierebre..
>: ht Tre.isary; Provided, that rooms enough tom-bouse at Savannah, in .Georgia, thirty-five '
V will be paid,on.that day oil at-the when the government shaUJbave'obtaineoJ a'40nafide pealed. ; j
.V V p.irt lur the use of the United States inV thousand dollars; : .VVrV presentation !
strict of Columbia, the SecreUtry of the For the construction of a custom-house at treasury tof the United States, and that the, interest title to the site. And for the purchase SEC. 4. Andbe itfurt her enacted TUat no clerk
-ui-y to bfl the judge as to the unricioncyi Charleston, South Carolina'fifty; thousand dolft7S .,i :a rooi.i ho provided And the said-Secretary is further directed.not appropriated the act aforesaid, or so much secretary, or head of bureau, for acting or Hav Z 43
r t1tjti1S.tIIIl u.d contingent; expenses f To enable the Clerk of the; House of Representatives V to issue scrip for said xunty 'after that day, thereof is necessary, shall be applied; ing acted .in his place or office, while said secretary

ui-. ...ikiii..ry ..uarJ, jx thousand ucven hun to pay for twelve.copies of'the Congressional but to pay the same in money out of this appropriation 'To enable'the Secretary'' of the Treasury to or head' of bureau, receives V* "such sala. U
dred si'xl s-ventr-five dollars Globe, and tw*ljre copies of the Appendix in'all cases when the person entitled to collectlfacis and information in relation marine ,ry., V lIq
For purvey of the coaj>t of the; United States for each member of the House of ilepre? (the bounty in land" shall elect;to' receive money hospitals and the marine hospital fund, and 2-* Sea 5. And fa\t further enacted. -Tha't whenever I
V inclu.ltag compensation to superintendent and sentatives, under.the resolution of the 'first of iri lieu thereof; to report"Congress what. alterations are necessary it shall*be shown to the Preside t' f the U. ; ;:
V For, under'the office and practicable' in the 'administrationof States that the State Florida lisa
53ItiGtdL one hundred and eightysix'thou- March, eighteen hundred and orty-aeven,eight completing room post bylaw pro I
sand doII ; thousand two hundrtd andeight dollars ; of the Senate, and the staircases ,aud.passages the same, one thousand dollars/' VVV *' vided for the'safe custody of the public archiyes, 4 ?

For printing two thousand charts of the bay To enabift thp Clerk'of the House-.of Representatives communicating therewith, 'and 'the V circular V SURVEY Of PUBLIC HANDS.. -which we're formerly kept by theieepers of archives
fS&n Fxaacisco and rijrr Sacramento, under to pay for five-huidred'nndt thirtysi 'room on: the upper floor 3 of' -the-Capitol, .fdur' 1 For surveying"1'the' public 'lands,'in*addition at 'St.Augustine and PensacolaDit shall I;

wsolutwuof the House ,of Representatives of $ copies of (he eyenth.volume,of the. Docu thousand": dollars. V 'to'the unexpended balance of former' appropriations'viz be lawful for him toausetoledehy4 fo V !
V authorized
V officers the
V duly of
ESTh3IJIS11MNT.'Forsupplyi such'"ofthe
w fifteenth of January, eighteen.hundred and th nat l1Isny of the American revolution,V LIGHT-HOUSE .. :' \ jV' ,
wrtMiin*, two hundred and sixty dollars. being the'first' volume'ofthefLh series of that light-houi'es, containing two For surveying the public lands, including said which archives remain do not r'elat&to grants'of.

V *or publishing an atlas of charts, of the sur"J work, eight thousand seven hundred anc forty- thousand-eight nundred and,forty-thr.lamps, 'incidental expenses-to1 be"apprbportioned to, -tided ThatUhe unconfirmed President-or uhsurveyed:Tri- E
ofthe northern and northwestern lakes, seve'n''dollars and fifty-tw.ocents j with''oUtubt, glasses, wicki, buff skins, whiting, .the several distri according; \tp the'exigen the thtfUmtedJSeatesmay' V
ntIe under various appropriations under the For the reappropriation of-this sumU(carried; and' his
irc4n ofthe Secretary 9C.War, five thousand to the surplus lund,) for payment to the,wMow6f thereon,' and for.rf pairing and,keeping !to thit surveys of the mineral' regions of Michigan it. 'j judgment *-j -public"inf treats'ij>* 'require* V M'r'Sisc.r6.
doll.it,; James'McDonald, deceased, said MDoi 1d's in repair the lighting, apparatus, out .hundred ,iWjtaconsin,and'lowo, in the location of private : *V a 4
Fo? continuing the survey of the northern share,6f the sum'granted'by' .Congress for distribution and thirty-five thtusand one hundred and claims': in FbridaJ', be:disbursed at'augimentedtates And If?further enact&nd&wmof '

V tnii J northwestern lakes, ten thousand dollars; as prize money among the.captors of three dollars and sixty cents; ion v<'vu- one hundred and fifteen"'thousand' twenty thousand dollars be, and is hereby*
Fr the discharge of such miscellaneous the Efritish brig Detroit, .during theist 'war For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting dollars 4v" 'appropriated] the payment of a'tion It

:ii51 bt ctiu-wi&c provided for, as shall be with! Great Britain, thirtyevenHdollarg>and and&nprovementi of light-heuies and'buildings For surveys in the soithernpart pf Missouri, of one-half" igercentunV io each '
V V tdaei; ia due course .of iettlement at the fifty ents r q9nI4e.ced.therwith-eigztyors I cast of the meridian, at'five, dollars per mile, depositary (proyjded'to"b$Appointed,*buVnot
; ,, V* s\w a-5-j V
tir gyp tiL.usarj| dollars: Provided, That 'For the purchase?of vi a site for a new custom- en hu'ndred'and fourteen dollars and four cents; !oacdotntorthi'th ultiei in isputinur. provided to be paid/under. "the.act'.bf, August
) !NTof' tLis appropriation shall be drawn hou at NorfoU4 fVIrgIni twle thtmnd dol- "For clefirtog out'and deepenirig'tKafe p W6 j jof .veys in thAt section-of the State;owing to lakes, Sixth, "eighteen 'Jtundred'and forty-six't'onaU ) q.

join 11e irensary, e x&pt in pursuance of some lars; \\Provided. The. residentjqf. t .UBife ,tie Washington: ,city jcanaltWhicarpass swamps, and marshes four.thousanddollars; .1. S iozej receiyed MTfiK'rt suck deosit q'r
a* make the and the. Forjthe correctiQn of erroneous aaddefective fi&dthd t $t bs ppontiiiezt th it
of CongreuautUorixine the States 'shall dee uitproper t(> pur- through along public grounds, twenty 1 '
> !
chase'p *b*"* OJ *Slfv' 'J nit thousand'dollars, to be expended'under the direction sury9ysr'm email and detached.portions; in dii
1. Qr salaries of at.East-' of-the Secrttalcyr of TPrV illthofdiind Itiau at eit radedhatn6MntidjjIsbljbq 1T6W: ; .
V xpecia.1 examiners of drugs, For the erection of a Cflt9tfl.310UV -TjeaiOry 'V I VI ttt of"ah ii &QiI
tJCiue. the vdtd The doflars per rnile, one thousan1 wo nunuxedII : ::
a chemicals, eight thousand dol- port; fn'the'Siate'ofAlainfCjipottdUion to corjoration pfyahington 4a11 cxd ,- VVIZ $ ,a V *_$. tof
V4 lMhexeaftcr; the '!foi that liktsunffd c1 ni omnt1eiietu1nktheother.portioniof1aId u9u.rs, officotwhih'I
salary of examiner of drugs amount:heretofore appropriated' object, g V
'V G'd j. thi1 thr surveysot the towns and ril- TI 1s;fri cOIflflISSiO to overtw6
chemieata anal: i4v4Vjrqpdi ( amOUpt8 ? vufsand
V 4 at New York, shall be thirteen thousanddollar ; uili q it32s| fliH dollars 1
"i tosand dollars! instead of his present sal "For&ontin ing (the constructionof,91'the cus- also That all transportations on said canal for ei'hruna4 per. annum norshallthea'nvjuniries '
fl w' I to' nii
. $ J ougUteea hun-lred dollars; and that he be tdm.hou Jn t'hetfitylof NewOrleansj'ow hundredandfiftyithousand |- the u s ''dfthe-gVertimcnt of thtlJHUed Stiles kid ccork for such service j
be\at'the raid'of'oierlniteen
VV %lIow4ct4a-clerk- ** one thousand dollars, per oljarsj .3 pnf| shaU' bcsfree ofk\ [ jr nl oil* U V hundred dollars per'annum -- 1'
-I- C* ; To iupply V a deficiency m the appropriation For sewer under fifteenth street two thqu- V j Vth
,1U4 a .>**&51fyflIie recorder oian3 titles inguaact In thenctcentftted
fliI laiid paid out ofurYeyVofpu'6, isJ tJJcs !!i idlig pended under ap! peculIir attentiugtliiezecutioa of Cmmission ofth auiKorlzed i
"bwidred ot nun4re4 UJj ontinue threX temporary'rcler .
Foz dollars; the thirtieth .Tur etghteen t '
VV epense thatVtnay be ipcurred inthe and:fortyniiie, under a'resoIii1w %if4h4iuseoft.lupeventjq4 yiii-it iiiitinna yj1cl N4T1O during the recess of CongresSj.untUtht catents V
act. offirat JulyeightI Atguat hpp $ n1'drtyeght 3 s.Qf) ong4$, eeypn bdt fij; 6 > for bounty lands shall be usu f iaid cleiks toV ; V

0 bkdred fortj.egt, for thqeljet of diccCingthe ]erk t? t'he aoilar r I iatea toGreat Britain, othecinttngen is unL:i '
; ed bqna eLtlers Unqer the tbear members o1thlHOusi The' b oksthlb ln iithorized the 1Seciiay IVijiiarn4J SEC8.-Afldbe if further ot Jhat, lhs'om'of a

occu0 0fFlorjda..the actajfor provisiorjajof li sn orbree thqsan4gp dd4u nI I1A173V: cant dQlaa) ; adi fopusQ1$4 iztridolIrcqomuch twenty thousand dollars'hV.wd the sa I
: beiogconanUTnTfcU! dollars an fi cents;', euaUyobedividd btwOn teth-the sum Ofs 4reof eTebappxopriatel, to
extended till the
V df Oct huzicfred tt dboftho fi iiffid d IiV as may be flec$557j.; mone'sinthe.tesury[ ph3espprop ,
VVV -j
fe fiteen nsl : tIfy ty>Uiree gent v; wjifehphp3 beehiOcsayppropriated For ii.niiiho secretaries of legation to W4QW# ft Se tajy,9 UU uf'woaase I

V,'V 8tnt s.ilre s; of the TtoicuTtunst, tp& aIJion V ogreu.hous L for clerk hirtih the State Department""" tErsan,*t"B j n\i laceaVfewii- / '\.houMgJol, & y1r* the rej mng.manMcrfpt.bopk a&api-* .;
Boto0 tew thousad but not drawn from the treasury:
$t Louis, eleven thouzaiMi 1yo.huzdred harlesW; CQIII4D 1 *t tl O Pfl31 Iflc 7e4junde1'thtjj1ntr : i

V ; 9 He mineraj'lanas: In Michigan. solution of Auus eIve th gbtep biuidi't1 ;
I eploiaionet
Toradditional i ijf bW piitd6oopt4per
sala in addiiroif to ihe amoduthwetofpre sttitre olt1'a34turizjD t ki't t hiiudV
t t Philadelphia. and bran! the Z4Ceqth6uthnu theRuhnjiasion>W certaint lain tbf oftlz1ate Zate 1cnI
i.ns one thonsatd dofl itNew ft do1mr V V arbitration, ? twenty-five hundred 4dollars thps.tfticTtoJbe Confeatioflii1housadO1Tars .1,() I dp ted iii like mannerInL1i Vt. ..

lbrMl&rjciof 1 ten clerks| authorjtj; ; %riv$'the -qT piy'A.J.-Glossbrenner; 'for worVuone inrearrangingandisifyingte disbursed tinder ihe aujthprlty O1I'C'l t For'j i 13 tett inter; partinent of5 V
.ftliCbixthOf M August; eighteen hundred. rolumes in the Secretary.pf the Treasury ; nine thousand dollars; .pprovci March 8,1849. I V
l Art

p.- -






._ .,__ _. __ ,,, ,_. _
'' '- .
-- ----- -- -
"- :_- _ _ _ _ _ _ rot f : -= '
, ': riir. 6t1ifr. . Tl. W. Ii:4iBfm.. pomlment t1XJ i 'Jii "
. .. t 'B tlfnmV.J&.r.ctIft ,' _. 1 "" l 'U4'J.Y I'' "* "
:. -- Imo--- ;i
fAjh '
: in / gS.t
h. and theNaij
.' : .1 :- .<..T..lldcal1rr.aUtPII..8.1dC'e rn Rj8 Tayloritea-are pfltdJubblest: .. h own: : 1
1 : ?;1
1 '. iT.The'Union and the National Intelligencer' are : Since the date bfmy last a'ni i .f1t.. ',gn "awoke io.theconscioasneM1that'theifii'residoij D m f l f: ef 1licIlaeedtfrotth Jf'

.\1 holding an excited controversy.pn the'snbj-ect hasbeen begun an&Mtie&.' liberty'o ftaly finds WashingtonwafineMrork ;'p .foin ;!1ntr'V}'l r i: 1q .
' the: several administrations. has
'ottoserIpdonflnd has perisheoUn thbud.4AflOtbe0fla S ;
ji r1 I. We gave a few days. since'some statistics abandoned We throne/lind the reaction has :tBan .Buena' Vista,-and t2riW!: e ?jp, ippi 6:0(' I a.

I on tke.8 bject'rth the lotelligeic; refuting' made a fearful advance. thathejmas.C rot i.bly' settled down ,the act,:and,in reprehension:of Genersl i J
the charge of proscription by Gen.:; 'n y r's The defeat of Charles Albert has affected : t

s. k 'administration; now give"l" adviseh'' ".u: .'Ffi......*.Lf111' 'c
t\ .' *iri6nyH-which the Union brings forward in favor ment party is in ecstacies of joy,and the opposition JACKSO ILLs mY 5, 1849. Courier, a leading Whig paper' i"A.'Ken." ,..
__ '
,"t democratic administrations generally and sad. Nobody can accountfor [: (
. from the 'Globe of V the 'Pr stdenttITIMBE AncIiB. Whales. .tucky, thus, t.peak pt int.
. 'It publishes table Extra the conductjof Charles Albert His situationwas Appointments by ; o\herapp &ip6
. I t"Lif Y" ','r : .*JC .,i{ '
smell :
May l84lshowingntflOWe: .a peculiar one. The occupant;a throne e ')10II 1oi."' AGENT8: <1tJ, Tcbijet a rat. ment :' V .' -" tbioDg'tl .\1
.*. "\ hcn Mr.John( ui ncy Adams anti Mr.H n already}totteringefore the growingfitrept : 4 M,_ Irnn ;tsBeen trY u, e"I1 "
turned the government to General wished to DTEAc_ ,:foTth A1ti C iii1t' [ : r pp tin,1 ,110
::1 ry Clay over (r the rep'ublican,piritClie e doubtless 4 'ti" .1 .iJ i 11 'f ; I L publish this
) morning
L Jackson in 1829, there were only fifty-six democrats retain it. "If he had retused'.to',mak War on V V f .. : readers'ijIt baen,
Florida "
"':i.? to t rco Itttn-Jred and forty whigs in office the Austrians -jhe wo ld hwvs'been-forced to :East. ;'
; in Washington. The Democratic party continued fly before ail indinantpople.1e1fheiiad' gainedthe .JOHN WATERSTON. for the.Gujf) Coast. der the title o1' ." Offices in Florida," a: Military; Institute.incorrectbut W :trust that tio.uy,9TO repon' I1It"
! :. in for'twelve tonsecnhveYel\rs; and driven the Austrians from Italy .!f.ieiis, true wife
1 power victory'arid .'
Florida. V
East communication the ; of which Gen. Taylor has been L chi
yet, when Gen.Harrison was i inaugurated,there he would have lost his throne in the consolidation design outrageously imposed

'II were more whigs than democrats holding'office the'Italian States,"and the formation .of., ISAAC TOWNSEND, for, M ddJ :FI l rd ak however ingenious, it maybe in-conception on len's.If the reports transactibns'are P-OflCerniflgsouie' of CoL! ,Ii
recent 01
in the department here-((276 whigs 224 dem? Republic. 'was a difficult and ; forWest true he ce taw !
T.-ai theNqrtheni DANIEL G. McLsANE, is nevertheless carried i into' should be the last man 'Appointed to ,
tcrats.) The' aggregate amount of the salaries trying position. One thing only could save execution _. "Itto

H' received by these'whig office-holders exceeded him from ruining his. dynasty. This 1 s.th. Florida. rather clumsily. It.appears.at sible ident station to institute; and we thing it beh rrea tht" toat
the amount received by the 'democrats It" to bat inquiries a&"once bi .
was give
aggregate he adopted. .
; ; at that time ((1841)) by the sum of SJ4C13. course tle with an actually unequal number of troops,to suffer .ANTONIO COLLINS, for the' Live Oak. 'firetsiglitto. i (be"merely -a:very'gratui.. to Gil. Allen's'' charaCter.;and stand .:n; I :: .

:oolJ This excess was increased by two' months and a defeat and to:abdicate in favor of his son, who plantations, Fknida.V tous*attempt? to exult at the removal! ;*of should questions be: Is he honest I ,ia .he"CaUliulJ" by!

II lye days of whig proscription to $114313-; would be spared by the conquerorThat V satisfactorily .answered, beforea IJ
statement taken from official Gen. BYRNE and' to show ; Yu- commission is given to anybody." -" Do
"r'E We publish below a this was his reasoning cannot be positively Virginia, :Ele, Uoll. ," P'l\t .1!

eO'. ; documents, which show the removal the of asserted' for the proofs are'as yet hiddenin A telegraphic despatch the LEE* \ ecause most of the officesin: East Againth'e ..Commonwealth, .the leading .
of officers during '
. some of the higher classes the secret places diplomacy; but there are oteb'UIDbSo
"period from the election of Gen.Jackson to that several facts which give .color to, the current eston'l\Iercury, dated' .Baltimore, Florida have been'given.duri' g\.the> last' Whig paper inKentucky,.aadtht. .

!,; of Gen. Harrison, and during the first five suspicions of this treason. four to:residents out of'ihe'Enst.( organ of CBITTENDEN, thus' '
8 :
V V April 29 m. says-So'far' as fwe years, Dt
;.; months of whig rule in 1S41 : 1. The defeat has benefitted nobody; but the p. ''*" '

:: j Removals of some of the higher classtt of officers. family of the King. His son finds himself-on I have heard from the Virginia elections But there*'seems* to l be. :so'much pnne-> another. Appointment':" V

. During twelve During only an assured'throne, though7 he' himself 'was .on I I it that J.' A. Seddon (Dem.) cessary'bitterness in the personal allusions "BENJAMIN B. AlKEKra.-Among the tppolnil
, before five months the least stable of all in Europe. appears ,menta,announced: our paper to-day itui K.

4, : 4th years of March, after 4th of 2. Rad tzky,instead pushing his victory as has be elected. over Botts (Whig; ) by. I-so-.' evident' U desire-t .:.Yd excite an found' that of 'Benjamin B.Meekerof Kentae. 80m
MarchtS41. it was natural he should do., grants an armistice, ky, to.,be one of.U1alInited.&ateS..judgo.-
1S41. at least 300 majority. Bayly in six ill will in both these gentlemen, in regard re
:;t. "Bureau Officers inDepartments 7 6 arid agrees to retire from the territory of Piedmont the Territory ,of Minesota. As friends of titadministration' 4i'CTi
.t.f,\ Surveyors Gen.of Public Lands 2 5 on being paid 'tha'expenses of the war.-.' counties, loses.,170 -as ,compared with to the appointment; :that'we'can. and as*guardians,in an humble

' \ Officers Mints I 3 The moderation of a remarkable' for Jiis his at the last election. Result notbut ulterior motive for wayofKentucky'honor aid interests, we cannot -
V Governors .f Territory 1 3 vigor in action suspicious, to say the least, of. .let. this*appointment'pass" in silence. We
. ; Secretaries Territory 2 V 2 "t' V I' doubtful.. Morton (Whig) .is elected. .,the deliberate recapitulation, of old do 'not believe it has' ,been obtained'without
L ; District 16 13 3. The conduct of Charles Albert before the some imposition upon the'administration. Wi CTi
4 .i Attorneys I in the ninth 'district, over Pendleton taunts whichneither: Whigs or Democrats do
,/j'. Mawhals 20 19 battle, is inexplicable in any other manner.- not knpwand we cannot hear of any persoa TlJ.
i I Collectors 45 V 35 He was aware .that Rome and Tuscany were. (Whig) the.late member. The. result' have cared.about. using for' sofne in Kentucky who has ever proposed or etea

:., Surveyors Customs 12 20. busily engaged in getting an army on foot, yet : in Goorgiri's (Whig) district doubtful. time. Moreover, from the fact that Gen. thought of.M'. Meeker-for such an office H. or
:,, NaTal OfficersPostmastersafter 7. 6 h'e.term.nted the trace at so short a notice,that has noUhe reputation of a lawyer which might' in
;.,'.".1 lS36at f 1000.15 '33 it was phYlicallyimiossible for the.Roman and KVRNE takes his,/ate' with i the. utmost be supposed to.bring ,bini. witbin the range of H

.f".,' -- -- Tuscan troops to jojn him in time for the cam- The Regency GOvernment, V coolness, !and utters no .complaints, such an appointment and common fame does heIf
: t 128 145 paign. He precipitates .a conflict though.histroops not speak flatteringly of his mehtardr mortl
;: While Democrats, ,are with, justice while the attack Mr. YULEE is al. qualifications for it.- !
jr A correspondent of the Union states that, at are farinfenpr in number and discipline, upon Wesaythen, weUhiak
it1 V V the commencement of the last session of COIt- with the moral certainty of being beaten. After I loudly complaining] of the prescriptive toetber'unprovoked, it would seem there has been.some imposition practised rupoa Itit
clerks thg.battle, the arms is not dispersed, but rallies the President and his cabinet about this matter .
.S'i gress were,employed some thirty in the or Land forty office temporary, and but one or on two points. Instead joining it and attempting policy' of the; -present, administration, that for. the carrying out of.the writers We have learned that Jlr.'M.did,ia 1S40,when- m.Ii.

ajunction with the Roman and Tuscan ,do not hesitate to makea he was.teacher, not a lawyer,, obtain'frota
::, .trco of them rctrc democrats! and also informs Whig Journals design, it was necessary for him' to ,
made Mr. troops,aided by the gallant army of Venice, he gentlemen of standing in this State somVre- y
that sixteen by
'f; us, appointments
) of the 'made
the the false .statement charges work those two gentlemen into to Gen. Harrison's adminisfn. te
;.il' Polk from Georgetown, in the District, thirteen. quits the throne. At same instant vic- up a commendations '
orious Austrian suspends his course. Gen. TAYLOR. would tion for'a clerkship,or for some,'other 'infcrfbr 'k
.;' I Jr them rrere "bigs.. against They towering1 passion about the same cause,
.I.t 4. The conduct the French Ministry js intelligible ffice: Could these have been used to'obtaitf. .t eJI
."fA Isr. on the supposition that it was privyto represent them .as merely' the .desponding .in order that in their fury they might judgeship in 18491:1.. VV '

: From the Trenton (N. Y.) Gazette, April 17/A- the treason, but; an enigma on any other.; In wails of the turned-oul. office hol pull together. ,But the thing is done V'.. 1 hi'
H. The California Emigrant at Faaama French politics, the passage ot the Ticino by Sab-Treasury..: *

,:i r. their Countrymen. the Austrians ha| always been considered since ders.. But'this is palpably t the case, rather coarsely. The key to the whole The New'York Journal fcC m i'ie, t11iJ

:*. .t The following address to their countrymen, Louis XIV, as almost equivalent to an attack on for the number of office holders is small, 'seems'to be this. The late appointment the organ of the, substantial i.4 of
.1 Panama France. And yet the French Ministry displaysno portion Ii50ti.
;. :by the California emigrants at warning -
the when the Austrian is within compared with that of those. disgustedat has not been confirmed. Thereis the mercantile
:: them against taking that route for gold inquietude army coin munity'. of. .that city! .
..t! regions, has been handed to us by Dr. McChes- three short marches of the boundary of France; the present state of things. General a Democratic majority in the Senate, a Taylor papeiymd 'until rcenIlyadecided ta
.;. neythe secretary State, whom it was transmitted .- asks no funds; makes no movement of troops;and '
:. for publication by Capt. George W.Taylor uses all means to;re-assure the country as to : TAYLOR professed, during the canvass, and ;Mr. YULEE is a Democratic. Sena opponent of the. Independent ta tble

:: the captain 9f the New Jersey Mining and the intention of thj Austrian general.It '4tliathe would be President of the tor. Mr. YULEE must be induced to 'Treasury -thus comments, thtb
Trading Company,which sailed from New York is also certainthat the Ministry is bitterly upon
1 foi Chagres in the Crescent City, on the 5th of hostile. the.Italian. Republic;; yet it has not the people and of no party,-;.:that he had oppose the ,appointment of Col...HABT. in the Alexandria Gazette. calling

..4'.4 February last. The document was hastily acted against it'seemingto await the blow from neither friends to reward enemies to Now'we do not believe that our Senator emphatically' upon V Goyernment to effect
drawn before the last left another quarter.nd ,hen.arl. s Albert
up, conveyance
. Panama Chagrei. It came te New York by was about to take up arms apparently plunge punish, and" h\t' he would follow the has any preferences as to,what,particular .its repeal :. '' n Ic at

:." the Falcon, and was received here on Saturday. all Europe into war;,Mr..Barrot. and his colleagues example of the early Presidents." Now Whig shall be retained in office, "V If we,V'V'mistake, .uot.tlie whigswilL .find'it! tr
. ; the who will be adristd him not,to do it. If had not '
It is the desire of signers as they -
::; seen, are from all parts of the United State, been certain of the result, they would,have he has either falsified his i promises i intentionally 8.tillless does 'he intend to embroil.himself :system much easier th4n ::to' ,,adop coujta&u.\!!.any of, other the,which.sub-tr will aady,besatisti4orI' tog

...:! that this document may be published throughout found way to compel him to keep quiet. or uninteutially. .If intentionally in the dissensions of 'his political to themselvesor'to, the. public4.The !
the ountry for the information and warning 5. All the rest of the powers interested in the (
..t't.. of all who intend taking the isthmus route: papal question, seemed to withhold their hands .Which is hardly : .possible, he Opponents.and Tender: himself a cat'spaw :, ; in present some particulars system .img'ht! ; but, doubtless we do not, oe belieyi amended ht1:

;.l.E V .A CARD. for the action of the King of Piedmont. Before appears y.as a.miterable placeholder to exalt one faction of the Whig that the party iupowe.r will_venture to discirdthe t1er
; ),\,\:.. March 29, 18-19. the appearance of the Piedmontese Ambassadorat whole thtf
'. We, the subscribers, citizens of the United Gaeta, Naples, Russia, Spain and Austriawere ,'3f* unintentionally, j it isj'apparent party .at theexpense another faction !the uSl"'ofth, or adopi val banks.only' competing, > ;* system: *:., di

. .\ Slat s.wlio liar taken the isthmus route to decided to interfere for the restoration of I that he has not the .st'rength.topelform: of the Whig party. The correspondentof In the first place,:the banks in some' iris/
; California and are now detained at Panama the Pope. Spain had actually selected twelve nto'Co
:-: wishing fully to apprize emigrants designing ] thousand choice troops for the purpose,and put \what he promised, :that he. is in the ,the Republican says. th'at..tjie appointment of difiicuU the'country to adopt are:. enera1 entirely s.- tin tni&ife whicK;,.and airailabl it" 'b- &

V; come this way of the existing state of affairs them under the'eouimand of one of her favorite' .hands of a .virulentl"action.arid.that' on "" '
of HART "is decidedly a goodone iind ajlicablo throughout the i" here, submit the following statement; for the generals.. In a certain exigency Narvaez him- suataiueJ a.ntrl
The losses
nationquencetit' innse
-: truth of which they individually and collectively j self was to lead them. But ,as, Soon as the him, f individually, the nationcan, place. ," and 'that- ,-. ,he is/'a cenllemanof- depositing thel by ablio money in the r

i .' stand pledged: Piedmoniese Ambassador appeared he was received .dependence. .Restarted in the can- .
I and respectability.Vell,-, :blLnks were in .. There are now on the isthmus not less than qu the most favored footing ,by the Popeand ability .
: f ''' tir1 I- ,bury then Secretary jiftfcd' kt
; the'Yeprese'ritatives of other vass with the assurance that, hfs government vede deniedthis tl ::We re' Treasnryi"aVlf492OUt .
! :1 thirteen hundred.(1,300)( ) Americans, and the the. powers; who arc .. ), including interefet/nnd depreeution'of '
"-... steamer Falcon is daily expected from New Naples ceased bar preparations against' Rome; would'be' a >mode of purity- that.neither Mr; YULEB'or,''Mr. BYRNE. .bank n compared with gpeeie.-".Alj eithera .0.re
York with number of The' Austria lay'quiet, Spain retained her troops
4 a large passengers. ;
has been noloss uuder'the !
t" steamer California has not arrived, although and the Pope published far and wide his; bulls 'he sought .and obtained. Democraticvotes t:ever.dtd f, 'and:we-1 are. *..* ;ifS ll'iey.cajinot. : :: tem. :} sub-trelJstirf'sBT' .t -' j"Secondly ; .. a thIn
:: since due. nor is there a vessel of description deprecating an avowed intervention .for the elect : ,
long any sufficient to him his declaring
; ,be provoked take a part i.n a q'uarrel'l.not'iJi if the bonks'were'all sAfi in1 alt 'UIp
; : in this port destined for San Francisco purpose of forcing him on his beloved people.
. ::,. nor can we obtain positive assurance that V The result is that.the Pope has not had the that he would. ,be the President i ir; own.'' The' .disappointed V ; : '.candidates .- sections valid objection'of ihe'.country to' the, use'of, there'ould them 'as "deposlto-itili,be a
' vessel is her hither. We air of calling in foreign aid to subdue his sub 11If
any sailing on way of the People and would proscribe '
: for office' belabor each other rie of the public monoy.provided'tfie 'd Sites -
:,' therefor feel it our duty to warn our fellow- jects. ,France is spared the shame of dusting may
!:.. citizens against coming this route for several Italian'liberty with her own hand. Austria regains one for .opinions sake. Now: the charge I nsmuch' 'asthey please, but not over counts so made and are to'be other employed coudition art; > basis of oV at1'f
. ; on no we presume,
V .: ; months hence,as they will certainly be subjected Lombardy; and the dynasty of Charles. Democrats. is this,-not ,that he has the shoulders of Democrats.The . would they be received bytie: blinks. AVhea 1'f'I
to much detention on their arrival at Panama. Albert,is solidly established ia Piedmont 'III
"r They further advise their countrymen that From these consideration?, I am inclined to turned Democrats out .of .office,-but the public mpney is employed as abaais of bank
discounts .the lfir't effect 'is
..i there still the isthmus side with those who are against.'Charles Albertas very cheering to
?. are on many passengers that promised not to do'so,-that instead Second Washington borrowers 'and they : increase II'I
1' ; consequtntly
,' who have been there six weeks ; and that the a traitor;but will wait until ho has publishedhis ,
.0. expenses liviug are exorbitant, as well as the defence before condemning .him utterly.-- of being the President of no par- 1 In the inaugural address of General their But when engagements the and extend withdrawn their business.
of to California which in the The! circumstantial evidence against him deposites are they 'II
.f:IL.; 4 price vessels that passage left last, was two ; dollars., strong. ty, he is the ,President 'of a'mere faction TAYLOR will be found the followingremarlc are at any time liable to be-tRen suddenly the ,

!. The accommodations and fare in thtse vessels : The Republicans persist in hoping that the of the Whig party,-th.t instead of ible words : VV banks must must curtail their extended discount?, and without borrow. 0

r were of the most ordinary kind. Italians will still maintain themselves.. It seems having no .'fr end-8to.re\ ard.and ene-' "The appointing. power vested lathe Presi- era the usual pay facilities uptheir'for paying-even line a smaller-, iiC d't
Signed by several hundred emigrant, whose
.1 that
[ to be certain Venice has obtained a
.;r: names can be seen at the Herald office.] the Austrian in her mies to punish-he has': even .stopped l dent imposes delicate and onerous duties. So mount. It was the government. depOsit tore eIi
.... _ _ troops neighborhood. far as it is possible to be informed, I shall make than anything else, that caused the enormous.* Iic
..hd.. Riot in Montreal.A. VV la other armies parts and of Italy .the Republicans are to punish' by executive' authority the h'onesty,' capacity, and fidelity, indispensable expansion of l835-6, and the explosion of 1831
' raising attempting. excite the for the 'bestowal of:office These had been
: 4 prerequisities rand deposites increasingrapfdl
enemies of othersr-as in the cf
in the Charleston to rise in case.
: telegraphic despatch people mass against their 1'O
f the absence of either of these qualities shall be two of three years, and were'distributed anjjmj
.:!;: : Mercury, dated New-York April 26,6P.M., they must give way before .disciplined Mr. STUBBS; the foe of WEBSTER;-and deemed sufficient cause for removal." a host .of banks-making them'all feel strong,

a.... '..t siys The :Governor We have of important Canada news had from signed Montreal.thA bill .hosts the day.of Radetzky has not yet: For come,one for I must'the .think Uberty that of that instead. of following! the example Now- was, very easy for Gen, .TAYLOR > !'when in fact they were rn verso: weak and, tefoit.Gorgedwith ., 4It
own': wisahij
;: making indemnity to the sufferers in the insurrection -: Itly, ; of,the earlier Presidents( has. well moneno their It
it V he ; .shown :to promise all.this,:as :as:eve to make.a'profit on- it,'and withal f oi.oolfge Ujieit ItI
S. f nine or ten since, and a serious ,
;,;1:1 J riot some occurred on the years evening.of the 25th.- I assistance V France is from doing reaching all in her theltalians.power ,to'Passports prevent .more vindictiveness, in i ":proscriptive,' ry President. that ever .delivered. 'an, inaugural customers and discounts, the'banks to extended their ua6a&circulation
, .V '.- The Tories set fire to tho Parliament House, are refused to all persons who wish to go to Italy policy of his'admiriistration. ,-and_more address before his timebut This enhanced the priceS'of all 'deicniou Of It'I

r.;. which was entirely consumed, together with a unless they can make it evident that they are not'going blind submission to the'dictates' of his property,'an .the enhancement prices tettPj'
e- Tery valuable library and all the public archives to give aid to.the people., ,There'. 'is>.no J s how"or-i*c f:<..s other- "'., people. believed. f4, .-he. ted new and ever increasing engagement .tiUt
0' and documents. Mr.Moffett,a istinguish- .doubt that cabinet i .than all I the other.Presidents ; 'I
;# the -present,.ministry is far'more would .actually do.nwhat he said, and :length,evenra most inflated currency wu IIK rt
the House had been
ed member of arrested on
.t ,
; trI hostile.,to popular rights than the last one of !! ',aai.
sufficient for the transaction 'of
: J charge of high treason. The utmost,confusion together '. Jhae he, would personally :'ascertain
: excitement Louis Philippe. 'V.' -..' -' '" sO money-'P-'. became. ____.ecarce______ in'the__ ._. midst_. of abaa-'_, ,
rt.., and prevailed.. When Gen. JACKSON,came J into .whether .hiscandidaie'p ,
V The Charleston Evening News of Saturday, i.* --- -' -, .j power sesaed. these dance: "?Sufih t axf unnatural 7impetos had bWi'giveritobnslnessofall I

. ; contain.a despatch from its Baltimore correspondent Newspaper 'Case. The following case decidedin in4829'he found only fifty-sixrdem-, ilP OTuHtJS i :', I 9Wv TliA orts and apecaMon followed cf
MB "(M. i ", 't V*. '* all sortaj that a'terrible crash must have ct
with dates from Montreal to the 27th
\ ult. '. The, last mob that appeared assembled the Supreme Court at Briltel R:I. isrepor; .cfat.f, m.. ftbv" _"." ..-hundred., ....and. nine .he fulfilled it.1. Byturningoveral1 up- ev'en'if the'government deposites tad contin-
;!.:, ted in'the Bristol PheenixlJasper'Harding .' tyix'clerks at'W asbingt nP Two 'rii t r 'ded'in'thebanks.. .But&aiftoakeifl'eXp10ion 1
in great force, burned Lafontaine's house and p Ui JJ.iU; hiiCbiit, .f'. 'B"': eavil.. .g.uhrawl 1I
**> broke the windows of the other dwellings w. HenryD1Wolr'act: : ti, of .i /?- & 7- 11"I h'f* asBOStt"yearsalterwards ( } ' ; t: '; inevitable. Obngressjin 'Jun ,1836) pwaed
,i.., __. number. 1gs to decide the demer..itioT
.t -
.. and committed various acts of violence.Today .- assniipsit for.the recovery of nine ei". sub- upon an act to distribute the surplus revenue i
i"111 ft .. .a large meeting was held Champ Demarch scription'to. the Pennsylvania Inquirer;a;hewt- (307)) officers; 185 or 'thVee-fifths' 'i ; : Dem'oatie. J1 fficelh 1d'and. I the'different'States.' The amount so' ordered ii
, which resolutions published It'was ?,, 'i 'W v ."'-" t 'U 1'-1 "J A VJJ- .JJ' iHjHl" j\ ; j1' ; .<;. .J to' b .dtstijti t S37,46859 97, being taggregite'
at were.passed'praying'Vthe paper Philadelphia. .
.pro t
., ; r es ..g .JL _.49N cane_ merits oC poli.tloal frnds 1. Jymakj I : banu
.. recall ofLord Elgin. The speeches at ved on the part of plaintiff that the name'of the 'a. f bh 'deposite in:1he/different I
: .!.. the meeting advised moderation and peaceable defendant was on his snbs rip onb: o from 'i into'." power, in.::1841ther. ;weret276; himselC,. pitiful ,t i' fthi" s g is'of JanuaryI,'83J7'; When,the hutattents Ddt !
alt 18315 tolS44 that'the -laVi-trt. \\ i a Wffctff S -? iSwhigsandonly J 1.4 I j ,' c'partizan 'abbve 'aw ''became: payable 'soineofand wtbanks'were
measures and the people, quietly : : ; paperwas 24.f cldi ,
dispersedThe -
regularly i
enclosed democrats :leaders l!: ;: wall i :
thitwouldhave eI
.. .... 'unable to'comply all were fe'r'
?V .Parliament convened at the market house, In a wrapper, directed t 'the defendant' ** L *** w *;;( ?f **j "jv"Q .
but adJourned 'without nct1,u" and deposited in, the post-offieeLimvthatcityl; office. On the ,day he was inauguratedi ,' ,. .been,.. rigtt, teWoghf: ';. ad ,)j fl'ffit U r: o"al*\lid.: 11:
Bills for the. paper had:also: been'fowardedU- 4 iSt 7j *"! t." Ztl; ft -'iJfl "t? 'Iv" "H" } T '- 11W.Il J' : their debti This created universal distre$Hinontf ,

A PRIVATE MIST FORC.U.IFOIlNu'-The The defendant"denied. _evf haying ordered the .( March.., ._,'.., -. .. .t.o....tii. ."a 8... promised 'differentlybut he profesSed tKair'debtowmany of hoDi ,rok':f*
feftl **MJbA4 A '* : paper.83 The cbtirt uled that rj the Whig; letksexc1eeded wouldbe; right 1e4dDi the banks mInus'Zo tIiebsthemselves
jthe apaid'
V and California coinpany'ro ed" at ; regular ,mai be ;aecoudwsitLaaIL ; ; ,. ; .J
_. :V 1ass ling ofa newspaper for E'le'rigth'of ,' 1l''" ; 1i1s:') H. ; I ;; brokel.Innta 8t !:p1! .
NorthamptOn whole J at
( .ch.usett8)) route i time"ww that,.. Paid.ibe ,Democrats .bvT tl11If( ; <
.11. .. t proacriptivePr nwtion1ot b&D tc1ler.aui4.
overland, carry wfth'them ali the'machinery leastpriinafadevidencof. .its r'ptio ai&thatreceiing hI. : : ": : .4 arid a'.c C
necessary':for the establishmenr of'a 'priTat : a paper: fof a*certain'tfmr'andnot and on; the::9th' May .this 'excess ;h'adfuelled ',i&ent'!:weh v&ivi r hdWe, jip lFoTer the country whieEi v as humiliating$ ,
>Unt for California 'I1) (t1) .) 7 aizutL' Then :earned'tbdbaSnjpt) l-
In'which ordering the same''discontinued'wa'ssuflP
; enterprise
:'they lbi.\ I
are said to have, ,the approbation of thegoverndttrte dent*to hold the person liable'for the subscript to.3TIW,313, H'vJSQ,' inijch" forha'ging' Qt.t ujpiawlof! turalng4DemocMtsouttoffibibui t whic1i IlpabI,l' oJ t i'or,

V mente They haTe; Jp WI Jr. Havd.o. ., ,"g'm-. V tion;price; 1 t"ithstandinghe'inaTneyQi have {the.r"Democratici partV!. wht ; lotl iiuiil'i I ill or t ti stituiiott/y ':oVtrraomt'ht !hundred ".
T' 'sof. YaKCollege, an'assaypr' .t. "well)'. ,ordered that paper sent.- Terdict for5 plaihisk? t 'h.V- r'ti' tr af4:,:'4.V ';:J.if !'Ill i : -: 1 li biol&debt d 1 ds>ra'aWeep"ofthVp C 1
to discharge his duties.and'machinery quailed '''-? V 'M.l: '. tv 1,1 } P.y _.,.. .,;,,,. J .. !..P. -.-< "rg! .Ppg.sa'frcedothYfrornitandaright .having made empty,.promises :wlich1ebd i .-Theso UrrIbl iUs it"'n ilf:6 (fh

.' {* jthefr tn-capablebfcbming'flOjOOOVday. -. i :}jy,;ciNi n.T > .whi:! &*be'Legms1atire\>y 13**7 *A %?$* ",->-* !'iV'CIA ; ; ftduii 'hbt%i t idea 'bC farn1ltn.We tffrinated in .th accumulatririfof. li a I." lares. ;jberflent'desIt j t" ,
ofWjo. <
,t.: ten't.r iairtha'pnOmzefte* *', po.r c .{ t :'L.ff)1.l'J1il-: I1I "t; 'JQ1J, t"iq. 'r4t: *' '0-;' \ 1' : a'tV; ; 'i U "T. of P ublI&'m o n \ !r 1icn .
, o.n. were InstrucVing.MV.yralker ui'of,hii7 eat ,**. > WThe GO' compbiui; Ofl11SJiavingassumed, nki.lua.t.bibicre o1bu1 -
f .
e V chasCgotd uSt.&t, .the c rrei'tn41. d ''. i -pS $&rf.J.SJi ii6i3ts "ib jii. ;, ot.hat'J.oD'1.1Drth ti
11 r. in'the Senate"of the Urn d '
: t ftrm it into coiri._, for mrcqJatlon.h" .. Statesforsubinittipg .% :ruthii: .thai.. there! is :a'R:g- d &. '! rJliti l: 'ljHii ::l.f firil "( af1Uii ri smi4 a1 f1 qtll1 ;. ,
; TJlti it ha' 'Ds""th t Co#';r;' ;f; .. vs ; \a proposition' .to.:,carrt;* the.cpnititnticn* -Iud >; 1'1", ._ /. Li '. / 1 fffC1V11J.. '. :I.V it' -;,*. ,L.n Ukl.iirj rn.-v'!. K .w wT?l i'?"" do not say that no other causes concprrcd'WItk' .,
V . ,. :1,., d. tlIn *"'*-* er
"''' ng.. u ,. and.law of J.h' tt ,. %Ju1'aflt"iIvery : I.fil ..IIt shgtqp ; 4thatGen cct1atenLwit' i.hist .ab .
: 'Ift. 410rtes. n, Pr.Yate'ent, > 'dth" \cJ.f*rf ; ,. b_ ,. ,9. .! ; ; !dcpcudenceuponV. tilt sbeburlhat 1 wthd o gl i J g !
I r, bic : "I' r ""(3egslati $ t '1 ',1Qft. 4Q "..Ulp't nrP .'0 ,\ .rr ft An.Jlnt[. : ;:Taylpr: ..hasnO more'to'do! hi cabit et! Ev\n Ui JtWhi ra Qcf.e D Oi'tb:f8 bj t'i 1 I 1T f 'd: ., .

; fr'J ? ;'l" r ',aui B 1ectur.sShU11s1urg mthaStates.lciyipfl ,iTi4 li'1f"mrr :,,.' 4'1 f J.th.ia .. -. .V V ; V : ii..n: vc4nc 'VP..J. mace clearly' idil'hi'nt,: rthlS inettf ii'ip

: ., ."t'cJ .; .,1.thll, r .1",1'I' 'm' .0.t'Ii..r"t._ jwLi .:1.tt"Qv.ernmttn.n,1...\t.:a'.1'.i t tan. 'h.Jro. .gran". '. ",..it, t"Pf! ,. \ (?;arn fIsp.. ,1 111.nHf fLUr hv "U;. luo: 1U.t 1'.d Vr4 I

,,,i't, .'":). ...- J.,- ;f. t'.''.l"lni .!,. 't t-JI.bfrJt'i.i sjiO i ;,.!.t'J- "" 'idt.Y1Ut.ft, ; ; -,- NO. i. .. maf4..ti)1' .,ffJ < '1fft. '- ;;! J.u, "dr" .n 1, tsv&i. 1 1.8..at 1\ J !t.1' J.f. 1 .


:". V V. V :Vb1 V V 'VV ..,. : ". ..,.. ;.:). .: : -,-::<', > .:. \, .. .. ,."':< "";-;." i.'y: ''' T :, >'.;<'&. -''.lr":r*;:.,,;"'&j' ." q::;-V<' .; :....:_y: ;fix('., .'.,:" '"":"." .i:V- <:,: ;. ,..;:.:.\-i.'r. .;;'.; ',-:, .'';:". ,- .g f ;'f.:i rI /.,' ,, ;.:. <--.{ ,..::..

i .
I ..
.i 1'
II' "t

1 : ., ," 'V VV----' mL; ;:- "'V.' _- :: :-' ":::' _'i,__:, ._ z -- V V A

__ __-I-. I- -W



.. ,
and still, fresh '4 RAlZtdBtO rdat? bttke adie :lcgir .

Ltti snehohOp can it believed that the .The nowt g 4j ) cirri e a arda RitiEO RO: AfiIQ. .

carrel lion United, States will sanction the o he ianoua fans : ro a t'tesistt week,whi a t e to ff es o erfdtsc j

le Qf ., anj Surely they will not Northertti e croAclilmeats aion Z' ;the oil"' Mail .91dedtoi r ; Pc n
a n"i jamin Darn tor-the.nse of El
there? are- inconveniences con; Lena athie hetsnbject"7Dirotlnt"annexat cti8 eheral, .' lq $ !g-eeito -dys''|| 0t
fi'e m't that The 1001= Sou ti.b oliotvta :selas idspoke asjfolloirsx: Sr 1He >i Plantiifa, C arlea Leitisthe' f
'tih' the sub-tresgnry system* bte and atrtottc remAr is Ztt111 u 11HH s ttd e Texprtrofsd b1Wgal 'beore
which the ate : .. dee F1T Tegrege iS a\iSrlosy deaoaaefe
d ( u .1 tj rtlonk ts3beut;
t aura of s P < ;
"> 1denEe
i dooi' da
f lugs Satbfh theDwn bf d io 14j4 1bant
o aa should have emanated gatot !
effect rite .whip freaaanylpolUical PST
.ep rcurrency,) must of coarse tf 'Y ,'fiY oP ruPltt iaa kFt t Abaolat 6ett '
tsss'sf PaI diminishingrsrfcKs -.for ased'woal or/rom anyjSection of the province, :Thgdtart : thet napiYbonrt t i,
taattA '
rst, by properly ml; C Evader ul pngre8 lgwln '
est Say for Caaad thai at to wit: shey'F o
of STOB-i.- iron d I* oawicblast n a f hg edtocotip I ryy
amount chftiigeTin'Nprther: aggre4sife3 'jV *f*Ji n-ir te t +f
TCCTTj ctTti( [ west of tbe I8. .
stott of tie British leave' .! tion and
beget. > trOTps'shduld her sligrps.He settlement of unsettled ., -
% and secondly, ? ? : ament. partofihig S
b anlt vaulu; the SotcthT ittg*d fraction?'la'feoa ;
Let 1ea f 35
the trusted that he' rtn Y
yon 'liJ" should i ye'j t ti,
and aeti, ay,s P| S lPM4 ;i'Si f l>F T da4t .Augttst, Bhi t
tag cntion ban, 'SSSSraW the Aome/At prese ,tti ott tte and.he believed the aentiaienf4be liad lie :$ &*? Jl& BJP a ta&&l*lad! $Ep; fiLer e1-hpoa iiL ;to beite >La ;

the and in the end mach'less K: grows_ rich uP'aQ;the SouthWe depend. .would: be resp ndeoVto by ebe .li8na sine i a ;-Yt., t'ywilappt01eti.I03ld, ; T o ofa id efend4iti l.y
(ct* berin the House." V:, f- $J d,. lied red ndef
i it for entire u -' r-; n xitfl i\ 44 sfl4. co>w. ,p "
sthsn upon supplies'Wfc p JswcTactsad wad returned t b mt! b .
aMS.i .
speech was receiYea id.ot r
s'' Vr jfcjoMUv; },frith cheers : outtapily} relin ahioa
luxuries Hi Cotista'b 't'
tau secalationis' all our andnecessaries7"from froni all quarters of the house, and 1r Blake abandon thq paint,ttFoninuadfesidrn 0.A9li'A r : t i'f' lIT'. { :
former prevents whether the North. We do w of the disaffected p 4-WsJ : 'Sberfi f
Ptoth the put, not depend'.upon one party jSri crudfrontier$ dmB T w>yqsipsnum'beh :

P reasons,, it Rilldomi ourselves. We do not encourage enterprise :,. >:'i g,. i acne and3tftia thaud:+eas f 'lif J'Cu'i ..-i.i '. >>i iwf *n.<*
>e the banks cumnlnted s in large amounts For skill and Amos Tuck,lately elecl'ed'to Congress:>from the base line ppeciftgdin; _T wet of 18 t2tkete Estate,, oi ,Joel, jBass?,Decease> .
industry at home ,but ,
dicf( if acreason nra should be so graduated asr ; Serrllam hire,, by the,, higs, who Qokrihimup } by nidina.toeffect.the objects of said ac ,.viz :- r A IJ person* hiring claims against' the eat N

fht 9Jptnditures. At present as give preference to that of the North. ftfter.the,abolitiouists ,had.Aominated him, At Nejf oansyille, Alachaa coouty, 0n Mon of J l Bass,,deceased state Cbldmbfet

veto u the sideroble debt on hand, there With us every branch and pursuit in has formally given 1 in his adhesion t8 the.name, day, 7tl'i May.. ._ -.- ,. .. roan t- ,are hereby required to, present the tltne6l
n have con acre life trade as well as the principles to.the whigs He eays: .?jAt 8t Anguslmey StfJoln ch'Toesdayy.lSth { dtu '
of ,
] authorited
seem to be no danger any great every profession and occupation : county > within the period prtBcribe -: i i;
eald is dependent the North. For 'The editors who have assigned, 'to ;me.all ; ;MayMf 0<*s;!? tkt A sT#ottf fc JW-w by lawor this notice will be plead in bar of thetf
ialsti n of for sometime past has sorts of opinions, riill'tifta my presence+,here f-Ait PilatkPutnam connty' ;onTuesdayi; 22dMay.cti recovery.-,,and those indebted "io mdeiAaU'4rl
scurcitp instance the Northerners '
The attributed to the sub-treasury abase and this evening as evidence that I have'gone oy r. oai'ti .iiia.5.0Av Aooa ia requested tofmake immediate' >

h msnp but been ire think without sufficient reason denounce slavery and slaveholders, yet ho ok and lint, to'th* whigs? lamjhereUBTs .t,9ti3lellonn7ie) Oiea e". uni"'cnlTaeeda ,. n ARCHIBALD CAKRAWAY.Alligator payment*tt> .tf&, r f

a' few millions slaves clothed evening to be with m 'frien i and'tny enemies ,
the locking up of even a our are with Northern 3- q a.. Adminiatritorr
1tless "" -*' '
p0 has had some effect, but there must be manufactured goods have Northern may make the most of it? -fr-+ r, W At Ocala. Marion county, on Monday'jUSthJune. ..- ., y April, 14, ?49.'*t U.': v. yt-2m'fM< *
still more efficient. It is not our .,r .>, tft'vj L a =iI3sJife ?ta5$stua a'$:# pAt > r ?T '*-' *-iMA -'** *
er cieject uses hats and shoes work- with Northern Connecticut-The official voW
trace them out. Lake Lindsay, Benton county, on Monday,' CHVOI.I A HOUSE;
now whntevermay be the views of the hoes, ploughs, and other implements, at the late election is at length published..' for 25th Jnn .?Jj to etc btU *T* wAt ; 13TH AIIGIUSTIh'EYEtFhORID'A'n

.iHouwof representatives in regard to the are chastised with Northern' made, in Governor, Trumtmll, whig,' had 27,800 j Sey, t |"9rt Fanning, Levy i-county, on Monday,
the Senate will uphold.Tdefendit. strument are working for Northern moan, democrat,:25,1 08 ,-'and Niles, free roij, 9th julystl.g-,1 jj > irtz4 of Florida, and;trtT flerl f i
system 3.620. The Senate stands 13 s generally who mohare' oecUiaii" +
democrats At
therefore cannot be whigs, Tampa Hillsboroaglrcountyjf on'3iolida
Its repeal, than Tr
more Southern pro.it. The'slaveholder and the free Boilers hold sn illliiid'eoinmodsiti
whether desirable or not. ;the> balanee/bf, 30th Julyr fiii t>ito *i&iU5 ia&is&j eltnur '
Ioohed for at present dresses in Northern rides j in the House. The legislature at,reasonable rates,'at the ab/yt ,
amendments may, and we hope will, be goods, power hill have. At Key WesVrMonroecountyfXn y,* Establishmeni' 3 {ra.

made gone to it, bat to its repeal, and the consequent a Northern saddle with all the other accoutrements to elect a Governor from the two highest' can"* ?* 13th;August. id-Jin" fena ,,,3 q< I .onvti* .*'? retie ofalieHonaef3'oid Stable, .'i the immediately; ;,O ?!. ,

restoration of the pet-bank, system, we are deciiedly sports his Northern car didates. At Miami, Bade county t!on Monday;20th' venience. fort persons,travel: ngttrytli,7soreei ssss : ''i
A -
cted.y u gut '} 'x.A{ r -
opp riage, patronises Northern newspapers, The subscriber i avails himself of this oppbfitiarty +
drinks Northern liquors reads Northern The value of the silver teaspoons'in:the ,U At Fort Pierce, St. Lucie county, on .Monday 'to',thank his Flcrida friends. for f heir liberal' t'
ITALY. States is estimated at $3 3d .f '- .
,000,000 ef silver. September. -
tar ,
r f ,, patronage heretofore, _, ,, .
Albert' Detent and Abdication. books, spends his money at North blespoons $27,000,000, silver,, forks,.$4,500- All peijs6as a fkarlei ern watering places crowds Northern 000, and of plate and dining service made l.
of the Chamber of Deputies of $5,500,000. theirjproofv.are. requested... to;have
the sitting n <-*
In fashionable When the gold comes from California allthese their 'Witnesses and tom "- '1 TJ' f'J jJW Sr J"i->' : vJ ,
resorts in short his ready to a l the'.'61b the Minister of the Interior ; per et,j prtepareoj "rVToticeU> hereby
on given to all whom s'
'Turin articles be ; '
substituted with their : iUnay .
may yeltyw'me! prove cases fully settlers on lands hero
M.Rattani.; announced officially that the King, son, his slaves, his farm, his necessaries tal. tefpze'ni smtey d will;npwihave JL j "concern, that the subscribers.will tppljft
22d'of March had abdicated his crown his luxuries fs ; auopport by-fpetUiozij; to
on tie -as he walks, rides, thejJudgespf Probate focOok; g .
in faror of his eldest son, the Duke of Savoy. loafs Y \I 'Y .,yd Yt' i .K 9y1 + ,nmbiaandj:Alachaa ;counties at.the neit tend' ;' '
that he had also been informed that sleeps, lounges, or works, he i is Hon. Henry Clya on the 14th,(addressed, ;a HIIR ARCHERrr ol'kheir.aereralCgnrtsr r
jkjjded surrounded with articles of Northern meeting of the citizens of Fayette j hr AgintiojZhi Irsteriot: ; ; SOT leave to sell the ml: .'
he county Kyj
iostilities were suspended, though was notiDDrizeJo'ftbe ; .cstaU'QO&e-late,JacoljS----1'- '" r'actuated '
to the 28 isi9 ,, Y x i
conditions imposed lie origin. opposed perpetuation of slavery in that April ;; ttlocta; > said '
consequently in ConntiesRy
State. A ,. 1 n o; :r a .:19R
large ,,. 4 :
delegation was appointed to the! > JxiBL! 4 i #+-E rtLloAdminlstrutarNotict.zwr' > fc-
think it advisable to ir
did not Pnor o- "The aggressive acts upon his rights emancipation convention at Frankfort ori the i ,i.- i' (t> asas: s r. +.a JO.lih;A.Ubl3ITsBIdN; { sr 7 r
had been intended. After '
roe Parliament, as and his -THOMAS D.> EX5 t "
arouse his resentment 25th alt ..
pioperty aftCT late '
vehement speeches, condemning the arjujjtice ,
so me IEOB.RT.SY. BROOK4 ;
and 0 a 4rr i.
on Northern made with accounts and vouchers to'* the $oiiribsJudge t
Minister' Buffa then read two bulletins paper, a ecuiora Jawbl.S.iimpcerlin *
,, : deceased: ,
pring the details of the battla. The troops Northern pen, with Northern ink, he A lady in Troy; New York; who*had?been of Probate, for the County of AlaeHuaatid-, ,., ,Gnaraians.of- ;the minor; heirs X*< u > .*>'
+ v7aaA
me fatigued with the long marches and counter resolves and resolves, in regard to his given up by her physicians ,sends.us. *the follow. shall then, apply.for.a fiialdischarge anddJsi'mission 14. at: '1SFrzLY.aF,1ExTEB1gt
X :
'thl Y ?
ing. ? Administratbr1* frotu 'Estate'VYilliawc.A.t
marches of the two preceding days, but the rights! In Northern vessels his as -
battle could not be deterred. The line of battle products Troy, May 15,, 1846.; fMr. +Thomas, deceased rid>ooiic'iir ,,

titended from the Bicocca, near the road to are carried to market; his cotton Fowls: In October last, I took a violent hereby given, to all whom it may concernf that r EaIAL KG-in the Post Office t Jacksoa 1sA: a $t

Marian, as far as the Canal situated a little be- is ginned with Northern gins his Bug cold, which settled oil my lunga, and produced 1 aha 1 htben pray,that a distribution; 'of said ITs''' r ; at. sPirto .

bind Cortenuota, on the side of the road toYercelll ar is crushed and preserved by North a hacking cough, accompanied with night tate be made amongst the Heirs of William 0.' b ngiLettgr4fromthis lilt wily leastaslr y
"' ,
At 13 A M. the Austrians attacked ern machinery; his rivers are navigated sweats,which reduced me Tery' loTrl: ''A few' Thoaias,.deceased,anti"chid ttttbe'ramekALBERT aa> for adrertiied letters- ,,; .. ;z *.d ? 5s;
the Bioocca on the left of the Piedinontese ar>- days after I was taken, employed one of our THOMA19;., '
by Northern steamboats; hit mails ./Administratorof'Wm/O. Thoi i "' I J 4Benchan
r ny. The firing clan extended along the whole physicians, but received no help ; I tried
line. The left wing, after having lost ground are carried in Northern stages: his neproes another,,but with no better snccessj and finally Newnansville, 28/1849.t-- r:: z8m1 r I1lisa lU L eclcwitbisnt

sot on rallied again : and the Austrians concentrated are fed with Northern bacon, a third,still growing'worse all the while. Atthis Bricks for Sale !

all their efforts upon the centre LaCitidella beef, flour and corn; his land is.clearedvith stage;of the disease I eas'rednted-iso low .
which was several times taken and re \ a Northern axe and a yankee as to be unable to turn my-self in bed,or sit up 'mHEKi5UBSCRIBER trffertf for siilatli Carter,- Levy .,,, i s CartetyEUjali la J. >s
taken. The Austrians renewed their efforts on while my bed was made My physicians finally i. :vrbricka the first"alic ,} manufAciured'byjiimselfcin CanonyI : '

the left, the Bic++cca was ultimately lost, and clock sits upon his mantle piece; his gave me up,and said that I had the consumption : the Jvicinivy if Jackonvinecat| E s a 1e uddyt enry--aHiu!, ;J
I this decried the a-,y. store is swept by a Northern broom, i is and that there was no help far me. My friends .the low pries of FIVE. 'DOLLARS per tbouMnd.They ; oY1 D '?,.+1.". 9 3'r et K,

The reserve of the Duke of Genoa came up, covered with Northern carpet, and advised me to try Wistar's Balsam of ffiJ&Qi'erry willbezead'for'delistert' byvifle' rtiday'5of 1 c

1 tie Duke fought nobly, had several horses killeJ his wife dresses before Northern looking but the Doctors objected, and said ,that ; ;Alay nexLi He assurer thosesatant of;th' '

under him, but his efforts were useless. The a it would only harry me ont of the world: -I fin5ally :'article,that they will give as full satisfaction as, ,

notion continued on the centre and the left; but glass; his child cries for a North procured a bottle, and by using,three:bottles any timported);Atl'sach grcati%xpeniefrbm'North. al f.EHsbAiau s, ? :. GuUlord/W m.D ,
it the Piedmontese ere crows over a Northern shoe 1 restored } &:} % Jt' i f!hG>t : .
nightfall were forced to retreat toy, was to perfect health.MRS. .'- { (Ira RamciYs W --- --- 1:
Ch tries Albert was constantly exposed and is perfectly happy in haying a Northern :>f3 1RAH4LA 'y t) 1 T .Files.,ne ltbtieb'aad, Corai e'btiol+ kil '

to the fire where there was the greatest dan knife his son is educated at'; Signed I. BUTTS on the wrapper. Abe.feralheetsna quttgtity a.. .. a.e;' ;j
; a
ger. Bulls were whistling round him: t.everal For sale Arhtilesalt3 and retail,iby) F. A. Hlggmbotham,Harvey;; Hagan'JoBSp>a; ..,
mew at his side were killed. During the night I Northern college, his daughter recei T/0. HOLMES & ,CO, 3. Ordets nisybe?Ieft/atth0Utore' ef Mr.' goxie Ca 1 tilihn4 : Hill, E

le continued to direct the defence reduced to vex the finishing polish at a Northernseminary Jacksonville ,E. F.: Chas; D Waal.ia:Jacksonville. '- dr Walttn phrumti,! i.i, is N.

tie town. General Durando in vain tried to his doctor graduates at a And by druggists generally throughout the '* April 21. 1849.PItOPOSA. -5a. -&i,v rYt+f ?d :tio +r$ o;' r Ts

tate him liy the arm and lead him away. "Gen- i Northern medical college his schools United States. May 5"1 } byte, S>im L KerJameCtusB :1J xi+:.
anal," said the King, 'it is my last day ; let me 1 ; .,'.. -. -< < -.f"%' LS' FOK"'ZFTIPIEEIi +

din e." When the lain; saw that the army could are supplied with Northern teachers, MAKIIVE INTELLIGEIXCJE. / Ihv 'e-rec "v' titl' the TSjh Din fol

ot hold out any longer,and that he was forcedto and he is furnished Northern inventions l furnishiii the fohOwipgd>'scrtptqt q Llo'd"f ;41 rstJ iL LsIIgfQ W i 5 'l rir +

demand a suspension of hostilities; he said', j and notions. PORT JACKSONVILLE 'MAY ;jj. Dumber fdraTort'atGardeir K ey;Fla:,,ns Long, Cocnfius; Leviagston, Jcai.4 ;,_ a

bMy task is nor acsoaiplialie.l j I can no louger "The South is thus dependent upon .820 pieces yellow pvine28 feetby r; J&, : at u.tfflf;>*: -i = < i it
render the ; ;+ wnj
country services to which :
consecrated my mv ?life. tutu I I have 't he North. The fault lies with itself ARRIVED. I a 8 inches by E3 inches,. .47,787 fLb.nullQjpiecosjreUfR Man ,-DanielS"--; 'MifelStfEawardf'jt3frtas !
n Lave ..
hoped to ode to > .
? -
Snd death m the 1, ittle. It has the remedy in its own hands. May 3. Sch'r Gov. Anderson. TewiN,York. fffieeet yn isiii n b A jpt.ii- >
my After mature "" v -u-i fTro y.A5Vji': ... uTnv
re 3. Brig Mateppa ..do 6 inches,by ,. SQ. ? ''i ; v- *
jection os.on,. .jQches ? tr-xtett !
of I have and resolved<; lo abdicate" The Iute Heretofore, it has only grown the rawrrriter'mls :' 4. BrigFlorida. Carson, do. 60rOO9au,.,.. ft.2 inc yellow pinel, ai.d irrf ; ashiOsca ,,,i"t>t n.* t*; ,- j; ;isji':: >V.> IST6'Bryan.BO aro.t
Savoy, iem.i.Minister ? "
Cadernn .
thtGeneralinCIu the North has manufactured "
>f. tin
him, Mid entreated aides-de-camp him to surrounded '! 'them and reaped all the profits. It has 5 Brig Perseverance, Torry, ? do-n.r ,t,to i ruches 51 Wideto 000." t glru.3w

this d i Hs relinquish rich and 3 Sch'r Melrose, Moore, Sdaysfni.do.? 2 r su 1%-lncIhear .G:' ,. A
es aj.swi.-red ; ,
with grown ,
hn prosperous ;
firmness iT-J-j .
\o s i'2-feet .. om ST sstv::- ->' CLEARED. lrsat 5 I 'tr'fc$ ,J.8-feety qr-24, w
air resolution is Liken. r tB Peckham
1 am measure the South has become .Wo-A-r-a
no -
longer King ; poor -. jeQtJoBg ab ut 12 inches ., .PatterstinT; stoir ads; it
The kin, Viccor.;: air sonHe embraced all There' should be a change. Necessity May 2 Sch'rKatahedin: ? Small; Boston. t ts 5 ] i; wide, .;| {.a .23000 u1 zl SL' Ptrpall lal .4.' =. .r> aa&s. n >?, n zssv&tf :i<'

i present, and tai:;e! them for the service* trill 9 Q f TJrf j i siin axj ,Liii'L&Iff
duty alike, demand it. Self to 12,000 BuR,ft 1 inch_strips. 4 ih- t.j
|; they had renJtve i to him: and to the State. At '
To the "independant Tolen if D aval Col
jr' niidght he *<>i accompanied by two serv-'t i pect and self-preservaiion require it._ 'che4.sgid .8feet*" l2 feetor ;' Bandell C t H 1. ,
FELLOW CITIZENS: At the solicitations 18 feetlong :,32OOD.iJm :
of .. -
tatsonlv. TH : The youth should manufacture first .
? .ncifi.il headquarters of theroyal i !, f. $ '" tt E iailr. Y'
araiy arc ;at .Mono.: A statue was then 11{ all its necessaries-its heavy articlebe many friends am induced; to present myself 17 8 StevensiMissTrJSalas, Joseph =-

toted to the abdicate Ling, and the Chtiit, It has the raw material, water power, to you as a candidate, for the office of Judge of The'1 nmlier must be of good uality yellow parkman, Robt2s Stephens:Chri8topnrp'j,
p Probate at the election. If tr Sidbajyaohirv::: T Smith*Richard ,e Tcb a .1
and ail proper facilities in abundance, approaching your pine, straight gnnn'ed'fr&fr&m stakes, knots ,
EnElend. j When it does this, the North will have choice should call'me to fill the most. ,'importantand and jap,'an J'be true'td the lmensions. -.i -TBttfe t ..- '-- y. .e-tirsr n u

Parliament learnt and responsible office in the, I Proposals, must state..tht, amount per thou Townsend.. Chas F ': Toe,'"- d Chat,
assembled lesson shall
on the 2Cth of March j a we be independent country j pledge sand at which the lumber,wilbbe delivered t .jjj 'w '* -1 J Ttr j

tltethe E islet recess. The navigation bill, and prosperous. myself to perform 'its'duties to_the best of my Garden Key, at three separatetimes.allowing4n :D Y"a" j' tS ,i. .x. 'assnl. .

*M the rate in aid bill for Ireland, princi pall abilities without fear, favor affection.." interval of not more than two monthstwben be-H Whitney, Asa Wi Jetisedtr 1L :;

rapid its attention. The Government has I The California!.-The number of persons that FELIX LIVINGSTON. each-.delivery, and hfeffirsti Cargb to befarnshed. WalUCaptlsaao- TVilknaon, Asa

warned the reserved right of "retaliation, are daily pouring into our city for California .within two,months aftelthedate f Ward, Thomasr Waldron,'John fruK
wia it was proposed to vest in it on the suffiittt ( the St. Louis New Era. of the llthinst. Whitcher; John Wheelwright
says ) WE are authorized'and requested agreemepti,,- j. f; <% &<* jroan is incredibly large. Every boat from the Ohio to retain, Hie privilege.of increasing or t.u
in perpetual disputes with foreign natiTo brings more or less adventurers, and not a boat to announce Major JOHN BEARD as}a care direducing the above amount 20,000feet, and air ,, a4 TONy 3F'PONSi F. 3 .
remove this difficulty Mr. Gladstone goes up the Missouri but what is crowded with date for the Office of Register of Public Landsof so ofsabstitu'tfng 120,000, feet 3;inch plank.for dacksonvill t '1 T 1849, c

ttsbnught forward a new scheme, by which destined for the Plains. Our boarding wI
passengers the State of Florida at the election firV thV80) 00"1feeX2..inch-plankthe uantity3akiniljto
ptro poses to divide the law into two branches, houses and hotels are thronged with emi on I sfi k .howivj9r ,bef9re-1ihi>,contract ,- ,, d tiQi trator eA Notltxt +te to in next ? }
Monday May ,febiOnT '
awace apply to foreign trade, and the other to grants. We are not without apprehensions, isVgnedThe offers"Bhould be made/withttUis. anvo' SALEOFBEAL'ESTATJE.J I # ,t .

the colonial and coasting trade, and to from the vast number going, that there will be understanding; iPostporud'ts Me'Frsriliciia i rx i
kke the the Voters ?! puv l,Cooijtjyjv 3 .}f ?t\r tn'Jt rust o
bargain with foreign countries condi"oiainpon a great deal of suffering for the want of subsistence to '' Eighty .per cent onthe.alae.of each,cargxiyrlll
WE are requested .announce EDWARD A. ordeioftlie'Yn of +ts
their .
granting equivalent advantaP for the cattle mules and horses in .Darts "
to'Great cros be'paid,. delivery, the-balance'being bate'"o Dnva1 Count ; this ,Ltri1
Britain. Mr. Labouchere under the Plains. Illinois is her full DECOTTES as a candidate-for the onWof joMondfty.
de p1a that sing furnishing retaiaec ilLthLwholeiabnishedto.iasuraffaithfalperforn4anpgof h bff4r for"eaIe tit I'nbUc Auction t e 5rst '
the difficulties respecting ca n'J i ng quota of emigrants, some of the papers of. that Judge of Pnbati Rod {Superintendent : lie argreement. Ji sort t
April &
paid ; ine f ensuing *
Sj tobacco &c.: coastwise for instance : 1- i > f. i = : $ ?
State estimating the number that have and will The ensacola gazette will three '
found School >, ;feb3l J please copy tours,.p;f Sheriff, s,sales,the.folio wing"described're Vi }' +
Sj insuperable in practice, has leave during the spring beat least ten thou time? and'sen'd'ihe.bil with a.paper coatainfng l* irat a of EluaVM. CriehtpnTdec.eaed- x

reueetotlie?!?the whole of the clauses having reft- sand. Among the emigrants are several members Notice.DO the ,y,,. ;tttfr 84t' -and v thirty;(130)-acres- of Land rrTn.hqndred .y,,
b 1!ettads.*&coasting much trade, and the navigation of the present Legislature, whose places HEREBY forewarn wall persoBfc frbm' ,, rl' tu; c r 7 >, F 1 sy or lessj{ itimted on)he St. Johns River, in Dn |
let the same position as it did in the event of a called session cannot be filled I ; val(: unly, and' bounded onthe South
yeartaa for certain missorJ.notesdiaby c w Ent
its trading P !n' A
actual provisions, but unless they resign previous te leaving.
ti |b lands JEleanbrCA,.rCrichionr
Titlaredaced majority in its favor. Inthe myself, in favor of James G. Coopef'iu4h'e 13i y West fci'JSL,

Ho ofcommon s' the bill went through the Jdacaulay and the Quakers.-It is stated in i $500, payable 1st tJaaaary'IS49a ; t; if trttit .Eta ,, Jobna River Noth' by. Iands of Ca1tr i 4
committee heendorsed him I .f.'ritiril ;, ,3 i51Yit .,i 9.i ltftl7.y : tin Reed l orth byands of ( r1Eeejrn I
Previous the by. to:Charles P. CoopBrjVKolhbsequently / i ; to s. ,
to adjournment, and the London papers,that a deputation from the Q n a' tlibxsuie
,endorsedthe: to Cole'5r'BrotColumbia |-* 1 tS ., .errly, r' beitag, tte eigh'tli ( oi.s; < tat
DS was fixed Il'LSiiiYtlil
the for an early day after ker's had an interview recently ,with Mr. Mac- 'r Off TA't .,
Ester "' i ltmd'owaed Iate'7oInCrrchton"kpotta
recess. the of his notice of William er 'ontoA.13.Colir..Astsertainpti' hinpn ciTWrV8i '
ulay, upon subject .
wad The terenne rat urns for the financial year Penn, thinking that justice; twos not done to been made upon said note by me,'wuh h.ake h 01 WSsftsrf io.th"eulburtn >secttiin o'f'the aeftf'zxz J etr t'repdside, and situate at thepn 'nth. ,t
quarter been credited the same' sjPerBOnsbecoml :-XK 2ZZli n Z ; J 3ri&' ingto4 Cie : The'aaidieai.eatsie ,
endiue on the 5th of April, show him. After a long conversation the deputation Yl ; liairchalt49. told fo otdebis w dei
'nProRment ;r > of used,.
v In the Customs' revenue there: failed in proving any ef.Mr.Macaulay'g statements -: endorsers, or holders'orpurehaeraoft said note.3, 'Aa a'ct td y3n g efl ect certain sti ,ala l
6e >ocrezse of 1S 169.554 as compared withdepartment incorrect. It is also said that among do so at their risk under this notice;t as I'Kn\de' ( ot't,},a ti eat f bf reen' tlie United fates, ,,, r A ml'Tlataie0f: :

there Ptenous year. In the excise the athcrities of Mr. Macaulay;to prove his terminedt.not to pay fsaidhote]< nless'foe" 1h' AiRerlca'aiiil''the l3epttbtlbi o ';t 'exico of. t ; JBiizaaJUUricJxtonfcdt HA'JjaVswifnieyT ;

anches uaninc cease of .569,632. In all the estimate of William Penn's character,'was an credits are duly. made.. upon'the,. ?* game1',! ,',4 ear $ii '10? ebraa '$e'a 'p" rhtintlied r .J > f-UJ24' "" "A '-> .3f-f*

of the ordinary revenue here is a d e- extract from,the Proceedings of the Society,;,of' 'JOHN 3)PELbT.EOUR egd'f .eight et ce ts% Qby i ?* iRFt 3 fetfl ift
the most considerable item being one of Friends where they expel Penn for ceurtier.lilcecompliances county,E.F, May i1S49NW 5 t k en t 't the d tb tfsi n fsC ea R t r ->the above wle if Dostponed to thefirtif

', red'591 neon tamps. The excess of increase and afterwards readmit: him on r trat; act ,rlllmeet a'the ct fs 'tisb't>f'Ott on aye y aeztw ;, ; 44C
esrease *r the total ,, Ot1Cer o da "tbe'slzte Clio of A rlr'n
rerenuo the his submission.
The c7,2 yearParliament .' ,' ." > ui'I; weeks aft er' lihalFapp tg the 4 a an Eja ins aft chd ofcitlena'4r PENCEBa&1BAKS e'er

n disinrI>a area In Canada have been on ly The Woshington! correspondent of the.P.ies- >Judge of Prod't.-for Columbia,.Co"'. the niied non ,f D r nbU of D#, .

.l wly sll ndedtotn Out of Tone, records the following practical joke:;,.* Flal for leave. to sell ''the'rear'esiate; of SamueljjTSiu hic htiret, ro nd fPr b, ,t e treaty,$f, '
ours sorIIe anxiety is felt u the the outsiders ,to\ 4 late ofsaid'arnnt- tI ecetiatt ii'yi/--, 7 Rrld'w nch>Ziiiybe 4 eaeti i '
fm the subject.rtlity .- Among repartees off ,' i e., iJcielli>rasavl0tei RtstJ; a <
oftk seemed to be felt in the >Mcnea., the speeches delivered Congress, ,Js the following ; 5.T7ixeculdr 1tiAldTt s'F4'CHE'i"1'' ( oommissioneaail td cCi+ eriz. s+1 '",iAs,'. r -h; t 'sZ, ti #+ar ttro TJos

present Hrecatire of the United : Mr., Douglass, in preparing his Ute 15 Administru ., Ing to the pro lstpWDf.ihVBaiftilwtjfand' :
Californiabill>,averred that it is absolutely necessary Dray 5,1849. tit : them m$ &fM rti&&' cof- :Df >ilitTg sn ,,, 1. t

t ,It is for the Government to do something c in tentroar Door need'a tt'city1 of Mexico on the

tie pnnci pal stated keeper in the New York Post rib at the,premises, in. i order tojreientCol6'a-pistols. fl;WoUcc'ihalt eipose'foi we Bethaii: '"f- November.* -rij2ts':4iess.siiv, one thousand v .JiI'2i3 eight1 .,. s r
H of the punted books In the from being the only; law tof the land. A fewJays JLJ.Baleonthe2ddayofAprilneit'lnfronfof.the 1a -
he U8 u; to whom has been entrnrtcdit Afterwards .courthouse: .at JackBonnllej ,Tena-aad' .4q4 3011 #
compilation Mr Douglass received-lalTWy.fine *' LiChA'SON.F' .inld ,.,it r n3aox ;g ,rrtis- a rdwlrra .i
{ ash of* he-w Phabeticalcatalogue tie present in i the shape i.pf.ask gilt edge her.children--Amy,John\Loultotitid+ Thomas, F 4d 0 a}olYDtlintH: ti, +' +Lj

,t+o after' of and .bound in the back, property;ofjthe Estate of Josh uiilea d
r,has > beautifully morocco, on, L1 ., Gh le lta S.
P ra4 raced letteri in'rirTJn debtdne frata'sald,Eat'ata Ito f "t r w1.5 a Srto > .
tln A folio of which the following in letters
for was inscription '
*brief with the"**"***of readers If he is of pure gold: Colt's Common Law of California. rt e 3 x ;r. '3 tiY 'iHIOKbIA1(r,. 3 ti Rtiryat ; s aadinE; lBe7tMltFarmanT =-

only take the remainder f the alphabet; it ." "From, the author," ,-The book was locked, #Fit'r lastI'PiUttndT, 'r>i tJr; H1' !C7II tr

too ,dmah there hnadr Qdandd ti ht J fa to butakey.being attached toitjitwaseuilyopen, ; 1 daohsonnlle'bSRrch l0th,18491 :. t ac11 Set2Prf '' .;ccHO rY y;

tm!'ttitalfa to'iaa to the oritintt of the. .11t fs ,edA when its eoateatawerbrau; $($elegan? .JMoudayin J a6orb sR1d' st ntrtl to- he;' A tRRr DRS c R i f'S TION

CtBible'to alla tl'rt'reuzht' V a..ca= June next:. t .' -txi M'call Executed,tit thi* Office.:'

n -1'. >i''Pv '-, j.t .--f S

1 .


.. ht 1-\ ) '" ? .:Y' ; .{ t.;W, :,;..Jk.i t 1jj9H :...
;- :; ; :..j "", ,j't' 1'1-- ".".t i"i1''e tI'b'"t-' < 1.J ., .

I 1:

4 '-" .. _.
-- -I I --- n- t' 'rt'1" ,- -- -- .'
-- > -- : --' -' _..

: .e 1TTOUI1 .. 1 rj { h 1 .aBJIfll1.8B. Q i tIIl ewl .: ,. -

..1'1. .r.1fC/...'. .iWJii1.'t.. ._ .t-. .. ,rxvIi'"" ...-.tldrli\"' ._ .,.?Y'... JI,' t" ;' awasre* ,--- vtogixm f ; .ty.v'O'lL. f Y.'J'7t.I 'I ,, It';i.r1 1tj..t1".' 'l .bUfl =,.
,l/TESSRS.;.HOLMES fcCO l Liveremovetrihra : '** .
:.f4cEern: 1 Crctdtofthe8tckof : ; fdt 'J :1 ---S. 'H' -.6 eIw i&Inimedrte11; : S "

""01: u17l r ...; _.,. j 'd. "; :1.Jt.t.'& ;1 I: :l.tI udigfomerIyoccnpIedb7theUnIte their'stock of Mcrchftadixe to tJ e Btats'large ".rt.'._:lIttn..: -__,. ., '" -_".N: -. .''i''J1l.. yi.Jil.,' "tt. jI r ;-J-t'I :S er b e.l1i b1f. lefthettJi :ii"j.,'
i. U'elt
i t.t ttitUm6f CHASPU Yemj i'AttorfJb I bk h the nt'B lldU1 !1.jT Lmm' 1mID BOH;: .1tm I d BeQro :.t Jid
? v ft AA*-vi*T ** ***air O. I I ht..t gh'-d
.;1 3iW:wf Agenf of the:Baited State ,tort have added to their atc by the Uttf am a? (IiATELBI1 JDSON,) cl t'1 "S ". I .fJ1. etl"a r "g *' j".H.
Cits e ,
( \ jpukaeofcertai&lfl43 herinfteridereciibt from'New York arunuSoi'tmentotJ Goods,11 r'tf.r .i
' ,{ ; ., ,1, < all tii goodjrevlousiy. Yon '[" ,.
. .z ; eectru11Y8bows.unto jour Honor; 0l"0Ceri V |'i rd'1 1tIi_ *i |: &et' :& I. '. Occ tfie' paclbw !FnnB STOBYWAR.jS : ar .1rMwg I :. -- 'Jon ''U1nTJ." I.,' S :

'\'; That Uii Udted.:. l.teS'deslrtt'. ,to. puic1seq.. which'"tb1ratttir prepurfid'td,'sillreduced; O 3 J IET I J 8'7 tJoIA.: b, :
1:110 ; tiHiF 111 t i.1t: ;:. Q<.14 t.the 1 in4e4e I'S S : .
.ulr hold rfoy sites.ori.wEicfc prices.f1 H JJ .. .
! 'o.n.occun1 and-possesa, ; :'
jS' jff i I r
1 r : TQ'THELAbIES :
/ Cbi' J.rlitr. ;
I QI to'trect"anlt 'maintain fertspiaga. They nowprepared'to'pn&has $ns; .. .
" {\ : t'::'' j1 ,
\ tD" '' "iiia', ;:44kyaIs" .,:.'ud,.. gther' J-r--euI Hides,. .n I'btberproduM'of the caanfcyjfatthehighest ; .r,f RI.LY'tl1'rEDf"i: : 0,14\-:0'; 1"0'O.r .IJf 1 .Sflj. -'S; : 'qJl Art i EDl y .b

t,!.( landings some of them, toe following de Market rates,11 and iiI keisa4vancea: Stock sIstT'of'hearly 1 1r D wl\nl'fpa: ; s ". .LOrlf'-'
.: ," cribed lands,to wit:. that tract of,;land situated on consienments &'their1 M n4ed iSavaanah. Their.present co : t. .sp 1.> fe.(9 .Ulc plent. ( '
{...! on Amelia Island, lathe County;of!Na sauyin and:CharlertOnl r' ewtY fi.1JW. : 1 1c : ;jO"TDou.nna acknlt % ''' L for the general ;prostrationie ,clUte. >! _ttt1ktt.
, 1 said State known ai the McQueen :Grant S 'They haTe&Hli r8rt t.- rjwrdulht: 'Iron Embracing: \rome d : different "riB: 'L' :,. jp ..TABLE- .. :.CQMOUp! 31 !!! ther.tereauIt! f t i Ja r
colO"rngsl'a comprising t" .
h Worth of'Eagus Creek, bounded North East 'PlougJas..t which they would respectftlly,'callthe'attehtion1 : patterns'and FOREIGN everything and, m,. *wrt.*>;.wxiJM. was prepared by a'regular :=Ls \.-. "."4byirreg, 7 ..= ., ..
> -rt"f: 1 c ll'1' J desirable"IIJ.the..Un.e, ,
*!" > J "
6:'I anel West by the water of river St. Mary's, and : afPbnteie:3: : .. .1 : '' jjLuJphysicianl; apft'ia'thexesultofan, exien- ,

i t1 South c by marsh of said creek*and by li.M8 of Jacksonville. ,NoTy. ,',,' :"_. ,.'ttO.. n 1;tllAll OMESTJC/i..J which are offered: for sale-for: .casbVortatIsfaVjtortvireclitt site practice of*several years"Iii bilious'cli-. :. 1iothul more wrpr 'ij' A teflon
:4 BaUhelot running North 10-East from marsha I : 4ate.* Those who have used'it themselfes,1 or :y igor1LUDgffectspthe: : :hui' 3Otirt
at the LOTIC2S .
, this boundary containing too,ta more 5 R.RUEID'& 'C.O.. I nef'ed & j oua1j t n aid 'lassitnde p ,sadtnmedic'ine
l ,; ;\Jf.!w UJ 'J'b u ep', t. luf.Ary. effects :up'on'others:! n : iro
,11 That the said lands '.owned ,the' 'h : Tt. 't:odeothe. ro .
are by
: or .i % tT a'rtffAifiiP* '' au farther4evfdencetof d'ura'
leas ,s* irtvfvhnp > : .
B.1 B BEID}& it influence: It
: .4) &tLn of John McQueen, deceased;;whaL reside .MEsSRS. 6fthousands restored lp1D1ediate1j _
: ( '.' ;I has1"bwn.Vpprfectly by ,.rtDMrr
Beyond the:,limits, of the State Florida; to Wharf and the buildings attachlire. XeStyls a' iv, l : veryday,:, t his medicinewhenall; 6tne'reiaedies 'have P lf iM
q .Anne and $ now prepared?connection !,with theirDRY' JI ha mirJ8'gqi fp our pwnsales ::: : of' .b I. ,
t j EUInMacKay.Mary Styles, ,or. up ; 'failed?'*Ita-bperation' 'noi simply suspeftiJhe '.great cause. M Imess.wPI
, : enJ&minStyles Willanj-MacKayj Ralph'E Elliot ; GOOD QROCERY an 4uiot t. Wfound1seVher.e ,- .,1 11..", .hT'ii ': disease, for&:,tinie-t, but itoqpurify the yW ...'It". WI}.no .r b ex!. .ot11L' .. ,
f; and Margaret Elliot William H. Styles.And r ESTABLISH' t w;*,,'P' l.t tt Usts'; '1'.1 P'r,ces''.correct' d 't.rom: t ermandrestoeit; lO.A9 4 jpei/ect.heaJthJ! .'eI"' "t', ." 't" 't 0 ex' 1.L:1u tHI' ." .t
i ."t' Eliza Stylu1Ca.therinIacKsy.. Robert MENT, to do a GENERAL COMMISSION' ; t&dawithi; veraiation in..the market- ,r' ,I *A,jsmall' Treaie ttie "causes treatment p'erformedbutundred .:; t te&U .j .

L MaeKay and Sarah MacKay; Abram-B,Fanriin, BUSINESS.*. HP tJiMTO w'-3f: 1 ww f i .placed in the hands of buyersl. : irid *( feyejr'and'ague onf.; LndotL'dis 's ;'of .)i ot cases have beenreps'DiThwrcsxn ,

: McQueen Mclntcsh, Georgia Icrntos Florida Their charges established bytheSavanJbi '1" I .,Mewhant8Ml i J9 e"iqea of! .b hlid s'ciatiumi, 'be had''gratis:6ftHe i up,; ';:', 1r"lie bea.rsetI APi'
Fannin and* Jane F nniJ" lwjo is *.. r&tes.iv > the' extent"and,variety of our o.eni".h n t aknesi .
, :" J dersignedt': >AiiQ fen ,1 -'.tv* .r r !li: ad .geraj.j,
1 a minor ,,. and. John;, .N;, Lewis* her. guar- They are the Agents of theU.'S'' Mail ( 'statthatthe value of j our;,usual stock oft I .. AlspjjOttumerqus. ,certificates from men of ,8 ufferumg continually ,by,,j1jazul"f :. .
r Read Jr. JamesBeaaand Steamers at this'place,and are:jib w enabled 'his AKTicLEJ'is.at least'twice the, theS ..; s11iffiCties
.1 dian,Jacob Read, Sr., Jacob PNC ; .value of h respectabilitytestifying to, the great ::4 ,an d ea.J&
: John R.Reada to offer ev ry facility to the Merchant, Planter thexentre,8itock of djry.goods usually kept.by has, e i.
, .. '.' efficacy of th! Demcul can be seen on application -, eected-gr. d''I ...
e L fti Savannah ,O rgllanil..whose,,guardiaffis &If.d th Pablitg neral1y. llr our largest'wholes le.jolbbers,#Ths| ;-fact.;;tI S. to' Tr "'"'* *(*
:. :1 Mrs!William G. Read;who resides in Baltimore, Goods consigned to their care will. be:reoBivd getherwith,1 Ke,fact'},that 6urj:means t and.our ? f I T.'0 'H L fES &iCO. 4 ', obtajnedafSaxsaparla aa1 "
, .' Maryland, John "mia iTUliaYiUisS9fl; e and forwardedW1th..de.patch.. attention)insteadlof;bejpg divided amopg a.vastvariety S ; t, /o '" .d''o 11 0'1'\ Uat 9JJ P. .L.ebt
William McQueen, Anne McQueen. Your petitioner Their Store, Office and Warehouse, are'situai of ai1 leS" aria devoted wholly to ONE, t Agent* for Jacksonville Vicinity.* : I"gave me. In a snort" "perl-' ",_ U.ed"..1011 "U7

l ;.f is informed and believes that,William ted convenient to the Wharf, wPa1ta ill render the advantages which we can offerto : ,JacksonvllleFeb. 24,:184, 6m '" S plaints"1and 8t i a her to''aitTp. .-4!1 li
resides in and that all the : St John's River, E. F., January'J 3, 6byjousand it :
: McQu eli 'California dealers/perfectly j ; shall be P TOWNSEND'S 'CO IPOUND' EXTRACTSARSAPARILLA. grateful for the benefits she re'fi
: : dthtr'heirs.whose names are above set forth, 1849, -IjT our feare that'nofee who visit our establishment. S pleasure in thus acknowledgiDg .
::h.1 t d. in the State Georgia, except Mrs.Willlam -- shall nVeet-with any\ isap Ointment. S S mending it to the public. it,a r-, /

.V G Read, as above state Your petitioner I A., M,., .'REED ,.' ''Our assortment complete 'at all seasons of 'This Extract is put 'p"an quart totties.-itissix.tvMs S 'aMD. MOORE'c*r., *tGrand tI1c \ -

..: e further.'states'th t the United States and the constantly on hand a v0jl :assorted the yea LEE, JUDSON, :& LEE ehqz r pleasanter, and warranted superior AlbanyAng. 1844. .
; Twntrs' of the said lands cannot contract' or HAS of -?,'S'-B.'F. LEEformerly' Of the firm' of ,to any;s ld." :It cures diseases without 'o

i 1gr.<:for1'tha' sale or .purchase ,thereof. He '. Lord[ '&Lees; and'late senior partner of the bri?; vomiting,purging)sickening or debilitating the patient ,This b OTBEMWDXARRIEDUtn.Extractof } r

..ly,.. therefore prays that a venire may issue to the &rDc des, Provisions, pry GQ qqs, jinal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con .and is particularly adapted for a ly prepared in'reference Sarsaparilla has beoSS? .

1t htriffbr other proper officer of the Circuit &c. viz section he withdrew some time ago, has resum &ALL AND 'WINTER MEDICINE. :Am female toemaJe'eom* 1ah -121
:f: Pt Court Nassau County, requiring. him tosum- ; Hardware. ,.: Crockery; ; ed business::in:connection With. Messrs.Lee& The great beauty and superiority of this Bar that who has reason to auPPOS'ah.&It

.;;; them a ompetent jury to be and appear before* .Superfine Flour,in bbl and %bbls; JudsoHj and assures his' fiends that the ne"w saparilla over all other remedies is, it eradicates pJ'DaChing ritial paiodhe; trs'ofhjj. 4

.:.4; : year Honor Wednesday the 23d day'of May'' Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackerf ; concern shall have tbe:same. pre-eminence in disease, it invigorates the s houldnegiecstO, take j*.oaKis c 1 1'Tentive
-1";i nut: at the Court House in.the county bf Nassau :,. .lL am2&CO1 PorkT M Beef,Pickled Tongues this I branch trade'Which', formerly distin body,.consumption cured, diseases to any ofthe numerons and e.
tbliear ami finally determine the value oft MjwkereVCodfish-SalitB '.*', :, ; cleanse whwh females are subject S ..i
.i: / jerts' g uishe4 the- two Houses to which he.be;; strengthen, time life. This ,

,: ;: tke said land And your petitioner further Goshen .Butteir,. Lard,"' Cheese White, Beans. ;, .onged.[ .June. 25,._1847., : .:2y consumption 1 can be 'cured, several years by jising period this may m ; be dehj. tq ,1k
: ". pray*.that'an order may issue to a competent ;Irish Potatoes; ---- bronochitis cqnsumption, liver complaint, edidp 'Nar lii

., purveyor. authorizing and requiring1 him'to '1S perm Oil Candles; :manufacturers'. ...Supply' Store, .colds, coughs,Catarrh, asthma,-spit- less valuable for those, who arepproa 'C l6
::.. urvey the said lands and to make a plot thereof !Green and Black Tea, Bio and Java Coffise; ,-. ting of blood,soreness in t chest, womaniood, as it is calculated to assist iS2 a

,p. and report his proceedings to your Honor n" ;iMoscovado Sugar, N Molasses,' OSCAR SCHENCK & CO., '' hectic. flush, night sweats,difficult by quickening the 'blood and invjgontim'fli 4111-

I.X' ; .r before Saturday tlel t.:day .of May next. Stuart's Befined Loaf, Crashed, and Pulverised. I : "' or"profuse expend system. Indeed,this medicine fanfatle prot
COK.NKR aU the
139 diseases
that after I .oF : to which nil'
And petitionerfurther1" '
;; your prays Sugar; toration and pain ,

j. the legal notice has been give to the ict Brandy,Bum,Gin,.Whist1, 'Alcohol, Tnrpe'a; i NEW.VOUJsfl4LEES. :.; : ; .' ... . .. intheside&c.I ent1y It braces die natural the whole'sysfem.epergies-by rene't! tb'
!:i:; wners,their legal representatives and guardidians tine; .. I, : : ,",. .. IN.1 have and i tefflov&jH ,
t. ,:) ,.and'after the value of said, lands' nave London Porter, Port,Madeira and Champagne '. DI W.elenf jgilk.! and.ca..pel.'lIaDD- can be, the impunties ofthe body-not so far ir tha
to tJae
:'4 t.j been ascertained in the manner'prescribed'by Wine; '.factnnerk* ;cuie(. system as prpduce a subsequent ,
; the statutes of Florida of.18 45 and 1849 to the tion,which is the case of most mfldirfnesUl i
Cordials, Confectionary,Preserves,&c. IProbably there-never was a remedy that has ..;
A.ND NUF'A'O.Ttt'Ii.Et.s female weakness (5ft5
..:.: satisfaction of your Honor, and after, survey A Complete Astortvajit of Dry ''Qotdt O.F' hen so successful in desperate cases of eonsumptiflnas .- and disease

_* :"', thereof duly made under the direction of your Calicos, Ginghams. Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta ':WEARS'. ,RJSEpSi: :HEDDLES. .this; it cleanses and strengthens tbe DISEASE OFTBfl HEART; SUP. UTU,1E f

J j,1 Honor, that your Honor will order and decree Ribbons; 't / .* : :BOBBINS spbqt: '&c., s system and appears to heal the ulcers on the AND DROPSY teem:

, : the said lands to be conveyed in due form te Sheetingsand Shirting,bleach'dand unbleack'd. .. ; .. lungs,'and t6e patients gradually regain their NEW YORJ, oJl. 22ISIL &we_

t;;:! the United States,.to be held, owned, and pbs Irish Linen,,Diaper,Bishops and Long Lawn; :Agents for" the,sale of the latest improved usual health and strength. beena DR.licted TOWKSZSD-Dear Sir ''My -.if bsix( ..
: the aforesaid with, .a disease of the
IIssed them for liartjd
'. by purposes ; Cambrics. Swiss and bar ,
.COueti cross Muslins: CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There .
c AND NAPPING with terrible
' .:" and that a copy of this petition be published insome Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders MACHJNES, is a rpptare for over. fifteen yea .t
'-:'. newspaper in this State for two months I4oen and Cotton. ; 'wootf.j PACKERS/CLQTH WINEJEBS scarcely a'da1 passes but there area the greater part />f the time. 'She has lea
Osnaburg i number of.cases of Consumption
4. ; .y before the day appointed for the hearing. And Wfa' jze white grid;brown ,Linen Drill, for pants; ,'REGVLAOBS,.. A1.INET'W &c. cured by the use of Dr.TowDse '.Sarsaparilla.>reported as ; troubled terbgpf wit the ji shortness pf breath and great fuu hn
,our petitioner as in duty bound will ever $ 0 : heart"wieh'baben very'd i1
:. &C. Oils. fipejm Lard and,OUJe-nnd Oil The following was recently received: '
Soap tressing and has
' &.. C. C. YONGE, f frequently' ben uiiaileto l
pray, Umbrellas-r and .
Gingham, Cotton,in steel DB.' TowNSEiro--D w Sir: For the last;
2m' leave her bed. se Y
Iarch-17.J84g. Tjbe
1 : 1 Att'y and Agent of the United' States: and whale bo frames; .f ;three years I have been afflicted with"general I and sever She tried rupture almost wjaavery lirn aD

.It.-&j': On motion-of C C Vonger Esquire, Attorney Hardnare&,Ctrf7 ry-rKniv s,:Scissors,Bazors; In Justice's i' CpurtColmjjbia S debility, and nervous consumption, of the last such cases with but little' benefit every remedy When iii for I
; Nails .Bvttt Knives and "
,S. And Agent of the said United States, Hinges, Perks Spoons- stage,and'did not expect to ever gain my health fiad taken but thr e bottles pf 'your'exetHot ,

h p-:.;: ft is hereby Ordered That Joshua A. 'Coffee, Tea.Tjrays; : I County -Fi rida.* nt.aU; 'After,going through a course of medicine piedici she was ppt irely reli wjed of tie'dizaw a

: ':';' f 35sg of Dnval County, in the State aforesaid, Collins Axes, Hammers,Hatchets Saws SamIR Wester under the care of some of the'mostdistinguigJt fit the heart, and the rupture Las almost ea
..! : L be and he is hereby appointed to,survey the Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains- Ptots. Kettles J ATT.ACH\tEK1.; d regular physicians and membVrs/f tirely disappeared.- th c

.. tract of land in the foregoing petition men &&, &c.; n. > Debt $46; Board of Health in New York and ,elsew. ,r She has alas tad the and was '
;j.: 'Boud 5 dropsy Toy
A few R es-low reen. file4 for
. tmed: priced- -Powder Flasks. 1 ani.es. ) 92, and spending the jnost of my earnings ifl attempting -' much swollen. We had re idea that steewrid] he

.f.j"., And it it further Ordtred, That the said Joshua A'GfgdAitertment f Crockery and Tin Ware. :THE Defendant and jail others interested I to regain my health. and alter reading be so benefited as'ehe had such a compEcatioaflf .

:..4t1 A. Coffee Esq., do make a. true and correct Bootifr.; jS%oes-Men'sWomen's and Children's hereby .notified .of the commence jn some paper lof your Sarsaparilla I resolved diseases. Ept it has,as strange asitmsjrip- 'J
::t purvey of the said tract.of land. together with Boots and Shoes, of all kinds. ; ment of this soft,returnable to;'J Sti 'scourt :to.try.it. After using six bottles] I found S par, relieved her of the djjapsy/an await I '

': ';: a plat and the proper field notes thereof, and A variety*f Fancy Articles,Perfumery, Medicines to be held at Johnsville for the Ninth District done me great good, and called to see you at hat this statement is so strange .s to"appear t"

'....; that he return tke said' survey, plat and field & o f said county,.n th'e'rst Saturday in April, y!uroffice.' ; with your advice kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is nevertheless,lotierdr'
';r! : netcs to me the undersigned, Judge of the Cfcruit Jacksonville,ApriJ 15, 1848. 11Admlnlfitrator'S A. D. 1849, and to appear apd plead to the niosth artilythankyDu for your ad;ice. ,I pepsever reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a'111.

. :: Court forjpie Eastern Circuit of the State .same. .in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been able medicine, and should be nped by eierj
? *f Florida, at my office in Jacksonville in PUral IVotiee.-All per- Given under my hand and seal, this 2,9thdayof able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have been.. Ifs jr
the Estate of Joseph January. A. D.1849. : four months, and I hope by the blessings of God fo
: County aforesaid, in the State aforesaid, disbelieve this account, they ire *t liberty.to
.'.Yj..1 i. ;.: J. duly certified *n or before Saturday the nth Bergallo will late of Nassau County; Fla, deceased, JOilN.WJPRIC. ; 'IL. s.] and,your Sarsaparilla to continue my ealth.It' .- call at my house and have o.c nardemiitration.lours .M\

3 :., .1 day of May next come forward and make immediate 'pay. Justice of tJte PeuceJan. > helped me beyond te expectations of all that ,respectfully 1. .aa:

,;:; .P And it is further Ordered, That the matter of ment.mands And an persons whatever wilt having de. .'27, 1849. 3n>_ knew my case. .CHARLES QU13JBY. W1LL1A1 TOSER t Ja3n 8-s .
1.':.'': the said petition be set for hearing before me against tke said estate., render them Orange, Essex'Co.N.J., Aug: 2,1847. '- CO:
.', Ahe undersigned, Judge as aforesaid, at the in within two years, .authenticated as the law ]>Hral C.ttity 'Tj x Collector* 841.. .State of New Jersey, Essex County,'ss.rQbaa.Quimby JJYSP EPSY. n

' :" Court House in Nassau County, in the State directs their or this notice will be plead in bar of 'BY I of the power vested in me by JawIbave being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid.or mididine'has ever been dJsetmred ht

: i-1 J aforesaid, according to the prayer of the said reeavery.D.. AGOSTA .. levied.upOjl.and..shall exp for his oatjx saith, that the foregbinji: statement ,is, which so pearly'Tesembles tie gastnejiuce

",\!.;t'' etitipner,on Wednesday the 23d day, of Mayjnextfat : JNO.-.1;.CA+EDO; ..ale.theCur1Josa, $lopr in:the' Lof'3acksoi.yiUe ;, true,according the best-bislcnowleilae and or saliva in co/nposingfood and atrengtieaiiif fo'

,t44;, 'one o'clock, p: in.4MitisfurthrI3rdered. Admtnistratore. ou;; the/first Monday .jn .June I belief. CHAS. QUBlBYl the organs 'digestion 89 this preparatki'tf &
. (! That a copy of jtjhe Fernandina Feb. 24, 1849. 2m next, ,(J849)) the follo.wlDglarids: or.sp much I Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sftrpaparilln. irpositively'cures every case of 11

i,... ,aid petition,and of this order,be published for thereof as will pay the State Taxes duejtiereon IL I the 2d August,.1S47 CYRUS BALDWIN, dS spfepeift, howey.er severe of chronic. '.

tl: :1. the period of, two months before the said 23d CHARLES D.A'UCXI0tfE'ERf. W I,4 I for,the year,1848viir-rJ; ,. Justice, the .Peace. BANxlJEART1TaALBAT, May 10., 1845.-Y' 1It

: th.: day of May next, in The News". '& public ; I 2.0Q.O acres of Land,situated, Nassau..RiverandHoMStotfslCreekj DR. TowssEjirc-5iV. I have been dicttd.l.!
i. published at Jackson- .joininjg" Ixds ,of John 34 JTD. for several vith di.
f ; newspaper, printed SAflKSdNraLE, z..flS4LLE3 .F. years !pepsia in its vast
.' Houston- 'p.rtic i boundaries unknownpurporting Very few families indeed-in'fact we; have J;
aforesaid. form attended with
villeJn Duyal county stonrnchlcs
: : sourness of ,
hunyparl.ftbe C,uniy attendedto. I to Sandiford Holmes. not brd5Iof( one-that;used Townsends t1
'f/f GIVE* under my hand, at the City of T"Uat of appetite, extr.eme heartburn'aid A. great
; hassee in the State aforesaid this :and respe tuly;solicited. : :'A,"A. CANOVA Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past '
;; :: ; 2d day. of Jaeksonville aveSion to.a11 1nrisof:fo.od" anti for !te lm
i :;,... March, .>1849. : May 6,1848Information. '. .,1nx.CollectorDl1va\:: summer, while those'that did not sickened and (what I could-eat}.' have b n nD.tJeto! ? tail1t..

:\4' THO. DOUGLAS, Judge&c. WaijteJDV'ARD'TIMMOW .. Pec.4th. -,1848 DecD-6ui died. The certificate we publish below is con- bclusive ut a smntlporti on my stQmnch 'itriedtls .
:l.\:- March-10,\1849. 2m : f'j '- -_ 'tAdministrator's .evidence of its value,and is,ouy.anoth? usual remedies. butth'ey i'ab! abUt little JIB* ,'
Mer :
$ ':' .-. ._. ., : _- 0' haDwh) IVoticc.PERSONS'5 er instance of its saving the Hyes Children: effect in removintr the compldlnt. Twasiadifr
.1 : j" .4 Land_ for Sale. left DuJn about e.Cteen ,fearJgo" foi ""LV' in a eb'ted'Whe* estate of 'DB .' 'rw-Dear Sir: I had;two, chiU ed, about two TDiths since tx) try yonirErtnct -i
N8w Ofleafisj:and is supppaed to be at dOuredbyyour .
'present .t
1J.; -s: We offer' t' sale two tracts of Land, 4. *GeorgeCburch7 litof r Duval'county; Sarsaparilla of the summer, of Sarsapftrillay and 1 must say wnh'littlt: confidence -
._ EftOrIda. W11 ,
.t":: .;;: .of which was putcUased-froni M.: inquiry'of his ftetter particulars'<&"'the' subject:;:6f F1 ,.deceased,wijlJL. mefor.ward and take imminiate -. c mpl iftt.3.I d dysentery i one. was only ,15mbnthspldand I ;but after using1''n arlj'two.lMtItst) | [

1 1.!t.,. Bowden, situated Lake George, and consists : obtained' by" answering1 Irelandlast'year'can'.thii! ; ,,, the other.years. JT ey:.were found-appetite restored and the heaftlora .t
'Jl:::4 At three.hundred and' fifty acresrmbreo'r less I, Any information; irili :; havirig'demnds atLtht'the 'said s tewig very much)reduicedj an4 we expect they.would 1;:: entirely removed, nldr'I would earne8tiy.w) .t
'. hammock ..withat spectinliimn. .> Jik renderl them in within two''earsav.thentica.:' die.;vthey; were given,up y.t "respectable
:, :'! fine land, ,: large orange fully'received by 'I v-io T)' '" : I."" '-. ommend tEe tieofit to thOewliO'bsTeets. f
.tt: .,: grove, Ilie other,was purchasedfrpmiWUliamGardiner CHAS. M. "', *ed ns-the law directs 'or'this "notice.. will. be physicians.vWhen t.be.doctor informed us.that afflicted as I have been. Yons&c., '
C. DELANY; > i" v. lose S
ott1i : must. resolved.to .
Ii'JJ tr &fer we. m jwe ,
.v I '. : ; situated. near the kabqveinentionea'&actt r'at\Ltz plead.ed' ; try rY9lr 5- ''W.W JY.-\N'ZANDr.. '
( Eivwr'inil'consists* fAwo : ;, 69jtpri12S,1849. 'Nassau-tSNem YorJ. k 1 011 0i LAWRENOEi.RY Sarsapwilla ,ehadpa: o. .off but had L L1ittleozifiIedc '
s;, >n'theSt John's t> i ; < > AN-Kdm'r.; | N.Y B. 'Purchase none bnf such as haTe. impi'ers -
'i: J hundred and fifty' 'atreSj' < ijiare tir,.lessy" .oak'. <.oJ. .., L i- ::-t : : .":..4f" _HAjj" 'J ..I&9bonvWe: ,Febu 4-iI1849.'i "JJ Hj, ,. r 2m thqre-being.so much' stuff adrvertised'thatia'worthlessbut. that hide' the bottle cozppletelyand lite

;'i ; 'f sidpela L S.- "uEast B ,., "(-o t.- .-:-' : ; : .,we,are; very! the written signature' fS3. TOWISKND.,

:,; : The above lands will be offered: for ileat: ., 'J J ..il t't'I: lt.' lixusiratjOr's Notice. thanXf l.thatwe did"' for"undoubtedly,.sav&I 'Princlpal Offic ,'126'FnIton.stSuD 13zild. t :
Public Auction"at Cour'tHduse JabksohTille i 423d1tS7.I : CdsSix MONTHS after date, I shall apply't 0' thIe"1iYesrb9th.; Iwjite this that.p.thersmay. .
;it:; 1 .1\r.'ts'w ; ; "'"! > N.Y.; Bding'& o: 6st te.tJJoston;. '
" ,: ; ..ou the ;Second' Monday' li June A..D.jl84 ..FowleSuf.\ haveseeii isb' much of,I tIe'Hon Probate Judge;of, Co111J 1biii-county bnuceousJt, h'I.:1 ', .. .' ours .res ectIU -: &"S01iSj J 32 North"\IS! ndt.:: 'hfladelpbiaS/
. p ;i HUGS. J, JOkES *. the virtue "Wistam Balsam ofWJld'Chetfy, for Letters orDismSsion'al'Adimnjstrator ., .1JOHN-mLS, 'N"J. r. :
J..1 f 4--- d S Ji uqiidrni2fst Baltxiie; 'pur }] .&.Ct.)
:'J' ..';} .I' JNO. & sUl Il ., that I feel If my dufy to add my testimony fr itspraisV,11 the Estate Henry Chqlftt sajd'county' ? l e, Bropkjyn! Sept.15,1847. Richmo d ip;\ : ;CoheJ \Cbarl ton 3VrigLt
; ;
,' ;1&b L ;'March24thI848. "2m 'Mf sonTab -14 jears.ot age, has forthe deoeased-u.-n.vi4 JOHNfCLEP.TOK>,: ,:A<*mv t "LWATJCASYLUM.James h.
: Ii cd. 1nh; :l !
.. .
last ten months
.tl. ; f'' _", __"d been afflicted With a Beirere :27.IS o ;) Ii .jif.t.t st 'lO'1t"6D l! .
...-'t'4;, ',' : ( |Liand:for.Sale." : cough, pains in the.ei e and body, and-a gradual L --V 7 t -: : :- -. ; -t S Cummings,Esq. one of the Assistantsn Pea1t.Iarketand.A1b nyj} : X : .9! bcf'

ita'1'1"FOR'SAt. ;betweennindacreaof iid ten.ti -, wasting untilhi e was but amee living skeleton. I. NI tiiMoirnis: aftdrjidate, l lww'siiJl'Fv iI:8h: l 1i;; \ ;; e Lunatic Ayslum/Blackwell; 'Island;is the' ? 1Brd.til1b.warky' ".J "
bail gentleman spoken of in the following !b principalDruggists"and, Merchaats'genenlly
. I had the advice of throe physicians, ... .Ereentay PCC0untaaudvoucher u :
Lau'd .
: l'eltuatedVin NassauiC ) Ad1J 1.the 1.- ,;' '
; '-
[ -Ult MBHj UM.A 't + est1ndiesP",
TIBM. fte UniTTpflE .
throughout .. ,
I bat none ofv them could gvye..him any relief and $ f i&tato.1of. tU '
; f. )dniylpartly near Nassatf.i and partly near,St. ; nciis.JRichard ,
: gr lly.yet surelylher8eiBmed i to be 4Th' c ntydeeastdtot 'iiLIt ; This isonIy-O 1e of more than four.thousand the Canadas. JA. ..M, REEpJAgent "
.\II.<''.. fari' Rivers,being a':poiouoftbVatnu Ui sinking (tl.e Hon m.IbLe cases ofrhizmatisnrthat.JJrTowiisend's Sarr' r. cks0n'iUeYPFebruary26,848 nu.I.,.
into the ,tomb,, itpp aiPgacciOntally5t ,r ge.ofrobate Osaid ..
!d'4: Grant -The above is heaVily .Unibcre&pii:; see.spnie.bf r'a anal -
: !' '. sapanllac bas cnred The :
severe -ll
;y6u FreeVAImanacs !? ei .
; CtWt3aid tateandshaflnjthe ..
.witer uwe asthough't .
4 r. land, conrp1ent.lYlltlu upon courses earn e; chronic =- "- ri -,
;t'; f with th'e f about fi.vQ hundred ; Aft'Balsam would h6lpl| : as thereWQreas .iurjAWkwrs; 'oftIismlss1Oiiai; such1Alnunistra are'weekly eradicatedbyitsextraordinaryitir'tues r. '
acres.ef -
: W4O aoIdCcMeathM h d e i' i. 'qraofwhichiai; ':: : 3 t ?'IA.:1tl);S A 10ONtj ,
: :.. heavy"hknimock;} ndup .the/Stl Mary's ,,, 1\h. { persons interested .t j ?'BTEI.L'SI1LAt 'SeptiJ/1847. : ,
bad the said ,
wjU1 as a r lt'Ucr iHn3lprocureaa to Estatej.are.desjreditfttake'faoiice! .lt')l l' .
; : Stiver. The'wholt.8Ily1pordon sold "r ::&A1
ti.J M I
; ; 1 sDaTowgrD S&-iIha&edffere J
battle of DrKinder; theage i1t in J.hUp itej Ld: ySTEPHENDiFERNANTF.7 f L
"tl .slaeaplorcuh.*- Apply to .X before he'1had"usedf,all of .J 'J ) Adm'r.. terribly fotniflOyearswit+h''t the rheumatisnT:: -: '- i iBOWL1NGALL. r .::1
iO 49ip
., In.1 -> 'WILLTAf.WQKEAN.tt -hebegan tjiO* t "\' ,, l"1.at.tn" L1d \ ) '
d_ '
Considerable !
of the time I could -
betf : e-b'otU t. :not.ealj:sleep ,
}; DI",1 ULfl& iKw'' ,
: ;
JaekwnviUt March 17 IstP.t (l 'tr} ) CQ, g -"- -" jeceay.i
W"' l,1\ ,, henowjmwying-PMd 1 CQ.BDIAI.8, &. l\fara.1JchiQ ; Cura ao, pn forkj It1aii the most'distressing pains ADd fJLand:tted; np w 'Billiard Saloon ot;(
I ---- forwhictJie 18 J' I .*n' limbs were terribly swolllen.-i>.Ihave 3ed 'o6m tjie formerl1-.r'
epe1 ;
ndeb4, : t'lA v> Notlce.I ') thgLtl rP J( l P.P i1 $insJ C\; td.\t.r bottle spa .
AA lesing t B9-"l 11I.1I&"J ,W w 'ifi ;; ". tPJ g Ff fbl Saf:. your Sarsaparilla and hey have ned by Gqyemmentj and. .: occupied byiJ'4'natished '
_ THEjjSDBSCRljBE&;'liaSi'leased the 4erjy Wf n c1'. d .mtfmbrtf than one thPusafl4 d Urs Xorth L< fev", .epiend4 t
.JM. l40r.iXw&ffam ltti 1 QJires.1C .
1; .
1(: : JfeitHouserormerly'occuprect by Mt Hatchon : .r ?ii ? 'h.O J1l 1\n of., ood1iLi' 'm hU1) ti-'uU dl' "' < .t' P
; nysOhi 'b't"W" establJknment.
aWle e%4aRwt4l: : i'JrJF.r.... J7)Ja iiJc' be1 7tCPM .4hJ4
{Bay > 1ed.dJ (
\UOWu..nartl.'Old( Wfi< y tt'jj.te af 1i ftl/use \1
Boarding .
eal J,
1A wOJ1 jo j C ndatpresentAeonhyonemn
& nu.cttstiwne 'i ; Nf. le by
.f 1 -
1 JloustJ) and is now prepared to accommodateMTW ; 't .' ''aJ'Dl1 s. .maSS>. 'y !1)! tr pq. tt ,, 4..M.. REED. : i.tot1e iied fit'or tfflbtl t f I t" :. vnte;wIlcKwiJl.'be-opeHtb|bePublic.on3! S
I : wbD. P &J wejfit to patronuehim acd.as- 1 'lllTl i Yobr8J ft'peetrull1i JMESCUfl.GS '( ,
o1N1 4!
'-' iiiit W23a'pctob r. 'As he has been
& ,
: ))2hem that nonains will be sparecF&Ten"their : t -.9 i t "9'.t l, 'A'rlt __:".N.. ,.Blstrato.__ ___. ,<. _.._'ar." ce." -t ..i. :I kilh'; jsco UnDNO'j"W&pK..( -: '"H.: great trouble and.expense to.afford this meanf,
sure A .1U6 tiJrIT01rl e
ommodiousstableisafe ni.'fj uu ti'T'
,1 la reCreatjQhC.tXi3tbiUWtiC.w1IIFreV1rde&fcSS
t ;y nusIGNBD I : .of'healU>yv .
Mhed tatheestaWiihment and : ) ,sttetJ ftyt
everrattenition ii1t Temalerc plaintsHKeiee'is1.disputing
: 34 "
:?,,1c will be paid .;h j8>rssof V M 7.IIOL( 8bellltltUee'heHtiy1o.J /u
(Zen whe nuy think proper to stop with him. :; \1 bWt n'ff iFf ml1iei> jfffiiL r.? '

ft1. RJ1i3., V'vl .U&WflUCHTO-' i [
iY J.r,: 1S48. tf \tnaili 8Ubject'W rir ii li .' iilt'or'W '
: : 'iw"tiQ, : E&e! ym! J. &Dd IId 1I ojnands DJ m'l4 b s( !withihixn: ..in this wirticular. 'i :
; SA '*
he1th4'; !; 1i if' j*** .1.
:it -; *a 'Stf'J'--' aiii T .I. ,.,r"._ .J._... tt;.., :. ,.:;'_"AtM_ .___.1lB.. ....c_. \')_t te w1ll ''pre ent them '1( &fi" .' ,1'f8" '1. .' i:a-ac:. 11 1'S: ;.'}'T.I"tn T.ort1lN.CLA"E, !
:; YiJijID ii :; 1P51:1j 'QU f' eD ffi$&' : Till .2 I i1M8oi" < f :l. -:
_, ;
L i t Cg.1 < mtlii'&g.ilib 4 f'f'1i 1 t i8rfqlMWif : ; : t. ."" 'of tl. 't'P ; ;'
.IT .ONPO: B'SCOl'CH ..LEYqt' 1 aSro
r thUwiUbs fQrtTerl
( tihi. ,.
1'l1v bar.muri I If '
'CytrDCSclunio. i 1fr1 ,
II ,H'.m1li, t1.. .Jo: '\ .kl 'REID h Jyijtrii k nal : : u, GU S.tnCTfin1f-.QF'MJJI fiLOBJD ; ,
I1. '/'id:, ., ., IIr 9'n' i i P'.ij .G } 4JtP.Qli4' dtAtf .!
i j,9.t3 d. 1" 1.
EUCJIa.a .
1 1 : ., ., : .brjh'ei1tIJ''Wi at J
; :
0- 0 1&" g/r .'A''DFor. "J
It h241 .. .Ll"1
1 ul1'th7 ,
) r .1I .
.,:tt'U'dJJI.J-It'" f1..n'1'ua.tff.h"I I f .t ;:'- !A Jat 1 ,5 1 U 1 varwty.ofcomp.lainta- ii'f '. .'4- J I 1Dec.90" b-fl. .t. ".4 "

if I iI i

1' f

,", ..' '." .' -, S ,;-:,.,:_I. ,_..<;:.,,, ...... :'. ". .. f.i .-'. ,., '
: 5-
; c' _-" : .,. --r.- < : ",. ,," .
S "

it 4

_; .. S -. .
J :
a ,
: .- ,