The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: May 12, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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far liberal '
Toyeuly adertiten eighteen hundred and forty-two,.one.,,thousand, .;For purchase of salt, stipulated in.the third -To tttE!,OTTOES. .AND"MISSOURIAS, ; .: For limited'mui'h stipulatedarticle itt'.third }
will be made. dollars 'article of the of seventh Jane eighteen' : of the treaty of the twentieth 'October/ .x
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for before ; JjmKed, ntijtjf; stipnlatei in the second
amt be paid .lD' : : eighteen hundred and thirty-two fifteen thou.'
:e r All adyertbemeDtI Bl referring For pay of two carpenters, stipulated in the hundred acid three,'one hundred dollars ; article"of the treaty ofliwenty-first' Sep1tember sand dollars I .-':.>* ti Qi,;
I nleu bJaegular cutome ascertaineda fourth article of the treaty of fourth October,, For blacksmith and assistant, .stipulated\ in ;eighteen,huts d,'U thirtythreetwo ,For life annuity; to chiefs stipulated the f.1
be ; In
requisite sum may hundred and fort .two thousand the sixth article of the.treaty ,of third October '
the eighteen one thousand five hundred dollars
a our tenDI,. i .. : third article of the treaty of the twentieth\October 1
the adyerWement.au two hundred dollars eighteen hundred and eighteen seven hundredand .
with ; For. agricultural, implements, stipulated'"in ; eighteenhu and four
trtn thirty4wo
A4..etWernenti marked wlthLIe number For the support of schools; stipulated the twenty dollars; .. ,, the third article of" the treaty, of .twenty-first .hundred dollars f '-," .+ tp
' continued untflforbulwin fourth article of the treaty of fourth October For iron and steel for shop,two hundred and ''eighteen hundred and '
airedwill be September, thirty4hr.efire For
limltecr'unuity stipulated in the third- 1!
Daet ro9 '
.eL J; Cor. eighteen hundred and forty-two, two thousanJdollars twenty dollars; -i r& > hundred dollars;' .. '. :article of the treaty of the twenty4Lx&'October % aiI
tad charged lU ; For,interest on forty-six.thousand and yeigbj For education stipulated in the?fourth article )
be charged for announceof' eighteen hundred and Uiirty-two. twenty : t
.ehrt UFiye dollars ofbea.o.e For purchase of provisions and tobacco, stipulated hrt cudidatea for in Jthe fourth article of the of of thirty-six sections land set apart by treaty hundred'and hundred'dollars ; f. ,
a < ttO 00 treaty thirtjithree.i five._ Forlunitedaimui a ity stipulated. fix. tit thirdarticle'of .J it 11
Month. for "' ( .
of and
gore rear 51: ; 00 fourth October, eighteen hundredand forty- eighteen> hundred twenty-nine, |' T. tie treaty ;chiles twent1eSIX' '4"t., p .
Debtors and Creditors 1 I two two thousand dollars education,stipulated in iesoatlonoftheSenateof For payment of farmer "
Notice a ; stipulated in the fifth ,tember/"eighteen' hundred M thin. ,. se t;
of Admini.tration S 00'IT For limited annuity in goods for nineteenth January, eighteen hundred and article of the of first -.t J
Appliea for Letter five.years, i. treaty twenty September, ;fourteen thousand dollars;. s of
AH religion notice will be inserted gratuiaddreaiedto- stipulated in the fourth,article of the treaty of thirty-eighttwo, thousand. three- hundred.' and eighteen hundred and thirty-three, six h.uni i ,':For lifo'annuities to-chiefs,.stipulated' iA'th 1 : .ri.J

first August, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, four dollars. dred dollars;. a< ** \ 'third article of the treaty' the.twesityeLxth i ij;
d't ; three thousand six hundred dollars ;TO THE FLORIDA INDIANS OR SEMI- For blacksmith.'and '
e7 JJI laIDVlnClt _a.mINt ,be ; assistant, stipulated in September tighteen hundred. and thirty-three,;; .
ear GLLET'rpostd9. p4iLsdnittable For piyment tnTspfecie,to-the,C hi was. of NOLE3. "t" Y the fourth article of.the treaty:of fifteenth, seven hundred dqlUrs -- >=z,: _\ fl'.

8tfI A'TI1I c. personal eomOiunicauona wil Lake Superior, stipulated ih the third article of For blacksmith establishment, stipulated JuI1,. ght en hundred and.'thirtyJleTen hun- .;For limit d annul'j, stipulated in't1.s ec, J

iff All the treaty'of second August, eighteen hundred the sixth article of the treaty of eighteenth September dred and twenty dollars ;. -* *- .- snpplemental'article of the.treaty."etthe tweni \ I tit!
fIt becbattedu. .ru einenti.jy and forty-seven seventeen thousand dollars; eighteen hundred and twenty-three For iroir and steel for shop, two hundred. and ty-sixth September,eighteen hundred and'thir' <

Q AH bito for lob Printing mutt be paid on the i For payment, in specie, to the Chippewas of and fourth article of the treaty of ninth May .twenty'dollars ; t ty-three ,'two thousand:dollari; .' \ h f I"

1I "etirer1 of the wert.BY Mississippi,stipulated the third article.of the eighteen hundred'and ihirty-two .one.thousand TO THE OTTAWAS.. ,For;purchase. _of salt, stipulated in,the,third': x It t
treaty of second August, eighteen hundred and dollars 9 article of the treaty .of the seventh June, eight.ern '.1
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19e AUTHORITY.CT8 forty-seven seventeen thousand dollars ; '1nt1it1Iitl'goodsJ;stipulated in the sixth fourth For, :permanent: annuity, stipulated, in the hundred and three, one hundred and forty' j
I a icle ?f the' of third/August "
1l For limited annuity, for forty-six years to article the treaty of fourth January,eighteen 'handredand treaty, :; ti dollars; .'" \ > ; .
AND BESOLUTIOK8 be paid to the Chippewas of Mississippi, stipulated I hundred and ferty-five two thousand dollars; seventeen ,-fiTe one thou- For purchase of one,hundred and sixty bushels : t.q

AT THE SECOND SESSION OF in the third article of the treaty of second For annuity in moneystipulated in the fourth sand For dollars; f;. '' of'salt,' stipulated in the third rtide!of the ; ;
PISSED August, eighteen hundred and forty-seven,one article the of permanent annuity,stipulated in the second treaty the sixteenth October 'eighteen'"hundred :
THE THIRTIETH CONGRESS..1N treaty fourth January eighteen 'artjcle) of the treaty of the seventeenth No- ; i !
.d thousand dollars. thousand dollars and twenty-six three hundred and tiriaty
hundred forty-five,three a 'vember. hundred 11...
eighteen and sevoneightfl '
S ACT making appropriations for current TO THE CHICKASAWS For agricultural'implements, stipulated in hundred dollars Br- f -"- dollars; 'jT' ._' ), .-r

1.k and contingent expenses of tke Indian dement For permanent annuity, stipulated in the act the seventh article of the treaty of fourth'Jan, For{pernan'ent; annuity stipulated'in .Ihefourthartiele For education, stipulated in the third1 :=

!Ptn and for fulfilling treaty stipula- of twenty-fifth February, seventeen hundredand uary, eighteen hundred: and forty-five, 'one of the .treaty, of the seventeenth of the treaty thefiixteenth October, eighteen i -

, ions i with the various Indian tribes for the ninety-nine, three thousani dollars ; thousand dollars. hundred and hundred and twenty six, two thousand dollars : i.f
September,eighteen eighteen ono t
e: ending June thirtieth, one thousand TO TIlE CHOCTAWS.For TO THE lOW. thousand fiVe hundred dollars ?For.blacksmith. and.assistant, ,stipulated int.the ::1
;year ; '
;ID third article of the treaty of the'sixteeath .
fight hundred and fifty. I permenant annuity, stipulated in the second For interest on one hundred ,and fifty-seven For"permanent annuity; stipulated ,in the .October'eighteen hundred and twenty-dx. r1'

isr But enacted by the United Senate States and House AnencawGngreu ofRepttiatataes article of the treaty of sixteen November, thousand five hundred dollars, at five per cen- 'fourth artiele of the treaty of twenty-ninth hnnJand twenty dollars j. .' ..rj *' .Ten :.j

tixejnbled of the That the following of sums eighteen hundred and five, three thousUnd. tum, stipulated in the second article of the August, eighteen hundred and twenty-one one For iron and steel for,shop two' :hundred-". tt,

itg lars; treaty of nineteenth. October, eighteen hun thousand dollars j and twenty,dollars '*! "
-, be,and they are the hereby, appropriated not otherwise out of For permanent annuity, stipulated in the dred and thirty-eight, seven thousand eight TO 'THE bTTA\yAS AND CHIPPEWAS., For ednationd j in the second:tiI1' ':'1,
. oUr money in treasury appropriated thirteenth article of the treaty of eighteenth hundred and seventy-five dollars., >i .
"For the cle of the of the twentieth
a for the purpose of paying the cur- limited a n unitJ'ri1 ulated'in fourth treaty September, t
J1 rent and contingent, 'expenses of the Indian department dred October dollars, eighteen hundred and twenty,six hun- TO THE KICKAPOOS.For article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, one thon* .' 1.f

with ; eighteen hundred and thirty-six thirty thousand sand dollars. ; ;
and fulfilUngtrea.tystipula.tions For life to chief Bob limited annuity stipulated in the fourth 4
tribes. annuity ( Cole) stipula- dollars For payment in money, in lieu of two thousand : b 1
ite the various Indian tee in the tenth article of the treaty of twen- article of the treaty of twenty-fourth October ;
pounds of tobacco fifteen hundred pounds !
for interest to be ,
For the current and contingent expenses of thousanJdollars. paid as annuity on, two .
hundred and five
tieth hundred and eighteen thirty-two .
g'i the Indian department, vk,: January, eighteen twenty- hundred thousand dollars, per.resolution. of the of iron and three hundred and fifty pounds', :ofT ,
k For the of superintendent of Indian af- five one thousand and fifty dollars; Senate of twenty-seventh May eighteen hun steel stipulated in the second. article of t the 1.1'

a pay and the 'r-.il Indian For permanent annuity fer education, stipulated TO ,THE KANSAS.For dred aid thirty-six twelve thousand dollars treaty of the'.twentieth September, eighteea .
tun at St. Louis, *<% agents, ;
second article of the of
provided by the acts ofvUue thirtieth, eigh- in the treaty twentieth interest on two hundred thousand dollars For education, stipulated in the fourth article hundred and twenty-eight, and the tenth arti- 1 'I
u hundred and f
teen hundred and thirty-jtven, and of June January, eighteen twentyfive at five per centum, stipulated in the second of the treaty of the twenty-eighth March, cle of the treaty of fifth June, eighteen hundred "-* I ,
six dollars
twenty-scTenth, eighteen hundred and forty- thousand ; article of the treaty of fourteenth January .eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five thousand and forty-six, three hundred dollars; i f.

six, fourteen thousand dollars ; For life annuity to three district chiefs, stipulated ,.eighteen hundred and forty-six, ten. thousand -. dollars; ; For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated t r;I
in the fifteenth article of the of .
s treaty the second article of the: of.twenUlth.'t.
for the of sub-agents authorized by the dollars. For missions, stipulated in the fourth article treaty
act of Jane pay thirtieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-seventh September, eighteen hundred TO THE MIAMIES. : of the treaty .of the twenty-eighth March September, eighteen hundred and twenty-. gh- f
. and thirty, seven hundred and fifty dollars ; hundred : seven hundred and twenty dolIa.rst. ;
six thousand hundred dollars eighteen and thirty-six three thousand
1 thirty-four, seven For life annuity of one Wayne warrior, stipulated For permanent annuity, stipulated in the dollars ,, -_ ,. For iron and steel for shop, two hundred 1 J t
. ; in the article of the fourth article of the of "
twenty-first treatyof treaty twenty-third arid t1l'e t
of clerk at St. F vaccine matter, medicines and of ; -
For the to superintendent pay
. pay twenty-seventh September eighteen hun October, eighteenhundred and twenty-six, *, :For blacksmith and assistant stipulated ia ;
Louis, authorized by the act of June twenty- physicians, stipulated in the fourth article of I
0 hundred and thou- dred and thirty, twenty-five dollars; twenty-five thousand dollars; the treaty of twenty-eighth March eighteen the second article it the treaty of the twenty* ;.I
9 wren, eighteen dollars forty-six, one For limited annuity for twenty years, stipu- For blacksmith and, assistant, stipulated in hundred and thirty-six three hundred, dollars ninth July eighteen hundred and twentynineseven ,
r sand tiro hundred ; lated in the seventeenth artiele of the treaty of the filth article of the treaty of sixth October ; ; hundred and twenty dollars $ '!
For the of clerk to superintendent of the hundredand For purchase of provisions, stipulated in the ; I
3t western territory pay by the same act one thousand twenty-seventh September, eighteen hundredand eighteen hundred and eighteen, seven fourth article of the treaty of the twentyeighthMarch For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and.
. thirty, twenty thousand dollar; twenty dollars; eighteen'hundred,and thirty-six two twenty dollars f !.
dollars ,
i For ; at and two For education of forty youths for twenty For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and thousand dollars; = For purchase'of fifty barrels of salt, ctipula- i+ l
buildings agencies repairs
thousand dollars years, (i including support of teachers in the nation twenty dollars ; For.six thousand five hundred pounds of tobaccO ted 'in' the second article of the:treaty of the Jjf'I

. For ; with various two thousand five hundred dollars,) stipu For' one' thousand pounds of tobacco, two one hundred barrels bf salt and Jive hundred twenty-ninth July eighteen hundred and tw. :ftyninetWOhUD4raLand
treaty '
lated in the twentieth article of the of thousand of iron and thousand
Indian tribes viz treaty pounds one fish barrels,'stipulated in'the fonrthaiticle fifty dollars; I j|fe
r : twenty-seventh September, eighteen hundredand pounds of steel stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth March For education, stipulated in the.fourth..art* 5 .?r
, TO THE CHRISTIAN INDIANS.For thirty, twelve thousand five hundred dollars ofthe treaty of twenty-third October, eighteen eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one thousand cle of the treaty of the twenty-seventh,October, }1i

. peruv-nent annuity, stipulated in the acts ; hundred and twenty-six, seven hundred and one hundred dollars; eighteen hundred. and thirty-two two''thouJ :*

, 'of May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and For blacksmith. stipulated in the sixth ar- seventy dollars; For three blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated sand'dollars; ."*' ,I |;!,!

twenjy-fuur. and May twentieth, eighteen hundred ticle of the treaty of eighteenth of October, For pay of miller, in lieu of gunsmith, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the For interest on six hundred and forty-three'i!|

and twenty-six, four hundred dollars.TO eighteen hundred and twenty, six hundred dollars in the fifth article of the treaty of sixth twenty-eighth March eighteen hundred and thousand dollars at five per centum, stipulated 't'* F

THE CIIIPPEWAS OF SAGL A11' ; October eighteen hundred and eighteen sixhundred thirty-six, two thousand; one hundred'and six in the seventh article of the treaty of the fifth J. :* **A

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the For iron and steel for shop, stipulated in the dollars; ty dollars ; June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, thirty. ( .

fourth article of the treaty of third August j ninth article of the treaty of twentieth January, For one hundred and sixty bushels of salt,, For it on and steel for shops, six hundred and two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars; .

l seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand -, eighteen hundred and twenty-five three hun- stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty ol sixty dollars; TO THE QUAPAWS oai
dred and twenty dollars sixth October eighteen hundred and eighteen,
dollars ; I For at in the
; gunsmith Mackinac stipulated For limited annuity, stipulated in the fourth i"
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second TO THE CREEKS.For three hundred and and twenty dollars of ; seventh article of the treaty of the twenty- article of the treaty of the eighteenth May ttN
article of the of in the For education support poor, stipulatedin eighth Marsh, eighteen' hundred and thirtysix ?
treaty seventeenth November permanent annuity, stipulated the sixth article of the treaty twenty-third eighteen hundred and thirty-three, two thousand ;
eighteeu hundred and seven eight fourth article of the treaty of seventh August hundred and six hundred dollars ; dollars; it
hundred dollars; seventeen hundred and ninety, one thousand thousand October, eighteen dollars twenty-six,- two For iron and steel for shop, two hundred, 'and For education stipulated in the third article ;ti tI

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the five hundred dollars; For the ninth; of twenty instalments in twenty dollars ; of the treaty'of the eighteenth. May,, eighteen .
fourth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth For permanent annuity, stipulated in the stipulated the second article of the For two farmers_ and assistants stipulated in hundred and thirty-three, one thousand dollars -. .r

September,eighteen hundred and nineteen, one second article of the treaty of sixteenth June, money, of twenty-eighth November, eighteen the seventh article bf the treaty of the twenty- For blacksmith stipulated in third article of ; ; !
thousand dollars hundred and two three thousand dollars treaty eighth March-eighteen hundred and thirty-
; eighteen hundred and forty twelve thousand five.hun the treaty of the eighteenth May, eigk1eenhuut :
For of blacksmiths and for six, one thousand six,hundred dollars ; 'I dred'and
t. support farming ; dred dollars thirty-three, six;hundred;,: dollars; ., 11't
utensils and cattle, aud the employment of per- For permanent annuity, stipulated in the For payment; in lieu of. laborers stipulated in For two'mechaziics; stipulated in the seventh For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and t 1I
ions to aid them in agriculture stipulated in fourth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth the sixth article of the treaty of twenty-eighth article of the treaty of the twenty- ighthMarch, I twenty dollars; : -,: .t l

tie seventh article of the treaty of fourteenth January eighteen hundred and twenty-six, November eighteen hundred and forty two eighteen hundred and thirty-six.one thousand i For pay of farmer, stipulated in the third article I 3 fi

January, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, twenty thousand dollars; hundredand, fifty dollars two hundred dollars. I of the treaty of the eighteenth May, eight .j ;

:10 thousand dollars; For limited annuity, for twenty yean, stipulated For agricultural assistance; stipulated in the TO!THE ',OSAGES.For I ten hundred and thirty-three six hundred dollars : t
For education the of Con- in the article of the of twen .
during eight
pleasure treaty interest thousand hundred ; r
fifth article of the treaty of sixth October, on sixty-nine one ,
!, ;.ptss.rtinnl&ted in the sixth article of the treat ty-fourth March eighteen hundred and thirty. eighteen hundred'and eighteen, two hundred and twenty dollars at five per centum, being TO THE SIX NATIONS OF NEW YORK. ;II.tJ .

1 of fifl.fi Augi-st, eighteen hundred and twen- two, ten thousand dollars; dollars. the ,valuation bf fifty-four sections'of land For permanent annuity stipulated In the ; I a
i ,
tj-u'z,thousand dollars. For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in I
TO THE EEL RIVERS (@. .) set apart by.treaty of the second June eighteen sixth article of the treaty of the,eleventh Notember ; ti
TO the eighth article of the treaty twenty fourth ,,
THE CHIPPEWAS. MENOMONIES, WIN- hundred, and twe tljfiTe, for educational purposes I seventeen hundred and .
ninety-four :
NEW January, eighteen hundred and twenty-six For permanent annuity stipulated in the '' t
SEBAGOES resolution
I AND YORK INDIANS. per of the Senate of the nineteenth four thousand five hundred dctUarst
I eight hundred dollars ; fourth article of the treaty''of third August; I hundred and

grets For stipulated education lu.during the fifth the article pleasure of the of trea-Con- For iron and steel for shop two hundred and seventeen. hundred and ninety-five, five hun I sit, three January thousand, eighteen four hundred and fifty t rt1.six i TO THE,SENEGAS OF NEW; YORK. i t'g

; seventy dollars ; dred dollars ; dollars For permanent annuity in,lieu of interest onu t I. '
/otelerenth) ; I
.tve&tjfiejen August, eighteen hundred and For two blacksmiths and Assistants stipulated For permanent 'annuity, stipulated in the ,For.limited annuity; stipulated the second stock, 'per.act of'the';nineteenth of February; ti
>Qne thousand five hundred dol- in the thirteenth article of the of third article of the of twentfirst..August .
treaty treaty article of the treaty of the eleventh January, I eighteen hundred'sud thinJ.onesii thousand. .'
i I '
twenty-fourth March, eighteen hundred and eighteen hundred and five, twohundred eighteen hundred and thirty-nine twenty thou- dollars.r'O' I j

to THE CHIPPEWAS OF LAKE SUPERIOR thirty-two, one thousand six hundred dollars; and fifty dollars; sand dollars ; For interest,'in lieu of investment' on seven ,. } "
AND MISSISSIPPI. For iron and steel for five hundred For annuity stipulated in the thousand dollars at five ? .
shops, permanent, For limited annuity, stipulated in the second ty-five per-centum.; Pm'act ,
far payment in money, stipulated in the seload and forty dollars; third article, and separate article, of the trea- Articlebf ithe treaty of: the eleventh January, of.the twenty-seventh June,', eighteen nnn- t i.

tide of the treaty of twenty ninth July, For wheelwright,stipulated in the eighth ar- ty of the thirtieth September, 'eighteen:hun : eighteen hundred and thirty-nine,twenty thousand'dollars' dred and forty-six, three thousand seven hundred '. i l l'

eea hundred and thirty-seven nine thou- ticle of the treaty of twenty-fourth January, dred and nine three hundred_ and fifty.dollars; ;' ""' '" and fifty dollars; ,

.**be hundred dollars; eighteen hundred. and twenty-six, six hundred TO THE .MENOMONIES.For For two smith's establishments;stipulated in TO ,THE .SIOUX M1SSISS3PI.. ; ;t

For payment in 0ods stipulated in the se. dollars second article of the of the eleventhof :
8 the treaty For interest on three hundred thousand dollars
limited for
4 article For in the thirteenth annuity twenty years, stipulated -. -
of the of education stipulated
; httndrici'and
twenty-nl&th '
treaty July, January eIghteen thirt1nm8jtwo.thouaandd ,
lathe second article bt'the treaty of third ; at five per centum, stipulated in the se&
t Meta article of the of March
hundred and thirty-eeren. nineteen twenty-fourth September eighteen"'hundred and: -'. UaJ;,: ., n.: .;i ond article of the treuty-or.tW'1t1-ninth 'Sep- ; ;..
0Qa hundred and three thou-
dollars eighteen thirty-two, of two millers in the .
; twenty thousand dollars payment stipulated tember eighteen hundred and thirty-seven,'fifteen t :j .
Ittotiliiithing three smiths' shops, supporglttntimjUi sand dollars;. ; second article of the treaty bf the eleventh'January thousand dollars .
For two blacksmiths and assistants for twenty ;
and iron and steel For interest on three hundred sad fifty thousand hundred i
i ,-!eighteen :and.thirty.nine-one For limited annuity stipulated in the second .
in the second article the
llated b the second article of the .of dollars, at 'five per centum, stipulated in years, stimulated hundred ; i1
treaty thousand two \ ,
I : article of the of the twentyninthvBepUember .
of third' hundred 9't :11
I treaty September eighteen "
4tI.nth July, eighteen hundred and thir- the third article .! the treaty of twenty-third u '' THETIANKESHAWS.. ; v i'
THE hundred and
TO eighteen tbsrtysevenn.tea'thousand "
: 7-te.Y three November ,eighteen hundred and thirty-eight and thirty-six,one thousand four hundred and ,
= thousand dollars .
> rq a l p i "It dollars ,
I 1R thousand hundred dollars forty dollars;. .-, For PermJi rit stipulated h the i. > t
wpport of farmers purchase of imple- seventeen five ;, ( For purchase of medicines agricaltural jm.plements'andstockandforaapporteftarmer IS ;
t Brij or seed and to carry on their a- 'For educat o.zs'atipulatIJ in the'fourth'art1e.le For iron and,steel for shop for tweet'yeS, fourth article'of the treaty of the third August; ; 1i:
6 oltursi of the of the fourth'January, eighteen tour hundred and fortydollars; ; '. seventeen,.nundred and ninety-five five. hundied ; ;
I pursuits stipulated in the second treaty ,. physician; iLiid'blaWmith: .etipaUttd In'tho I 1
For purchase of provisions fortwent1"fi: M V
&rtirJt.of and three d dollars dollars'
hundred ;
the forty-fire
treaty ot&wenty.ninth July, dglL. ; second article of the treaty of.thetwint'1ninth" t1 .
S nab and thirty sefen one thousand TO, THE .DELAWARES.-' stipulated in the"secozid'artic1e'ofthel..tl'tY i 'For' permmen annuity, stipulated: in?the thirty4evehfeigkt !.
September &undredand
of third September, eighteen hundred and thir-. the of the thirtieth December .
third article ,
,treaty :
&IU1I1 in the
For permanent ty, stipulated thousand two hundred fifty dollars U
\ for ty-six,three thousand dollars f. 'f :,.W; 'j'f' ", eigh'teen hundred and' five*three hun
purchase of provisions stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third August, For two. thousand pounds oftobaacofor.tweii..l a :I .F rpu.-cWe-otproTisi ,stipulated tin tie I ,

rscbpd&rtcle of the treaty of twenty-ninth seventeen. hundred and ninety-five, one thtu- ty years' stipulated,in the c .
hundred and thiity. even, two sand dollars' -u > treaty;of,thud September, :eightten:hundred l : ,} 'ft} f-.OfTHE. ,PA'ES. e d .i: .f September,eighteen hundred and thirty setn, :
Fer d0l.i For pemunent annuity, stipulated in the and thirty-six three hundred dollars*:* : :, For agricultural implements,.. stipulated .in five. d'Tehunired .. -$ :U :
e Pun:1we of tobacco Hipulated in the sejof third article, the treaty of thirtieth Septenn.her For farming'uUnsils and' cattle'for; twentyyears ;i'' .tie,fourth'article Cr the'treat {of thr ninth. of TO THE SACS AND: FOES:IflSSOTOt ,, I
ecitCh the treaty iwenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred Mid nine fife hundred t l October' eighteen. htindraltthirty-three,gone .
doltw 1 t -* > t stipulated in the second'article'Vf the /| For interest. n one hundred a&d:..f';
'W j. jdTed and tiiirty- even, fire hun- ; in the fiftharticle tin ty'of' third'tSeptember. &hundred thousand' dollars'] .i :iy'"> thousand dollars,at five per.ctntom, ttlpalatedtn ; ;
I For ermaneiit annuity Jpalatcd 'lO THE''P01.w.rA"Al.aO$ 'OP-'nuDOt:
r and thirtyx, $" hundred dollars t& the ;second'article of the treaty et.t eMy= Y t' f
,i fire Jam lbntApntuty, in'JDOAe", for twenty. of the treaty of third October,dollars eighteen For thirty barrels of salt'for ir t t pI; .Fox{Pe rmouen nutytstl ulated difthe. 1 fix Qctob r.'eighteen'hundred and birtjserseventheusani ;
stipulated in the fourth article the and thousand eateart
G hundred eightoea'fourn ;, stipulated lathe second article of the.t eoadartidaoth'treatyoffheseienteeathltio- t eight hundred aadteTsaty

',! tort-1-two OQ1'tb Owe eightecnhundred and fgr.pennanent' 'annuity,stipulated in thesupplemehtal third September, eighteen hundred and thirty. Tember,eighteen nndred and jeven four hundred do ** T 'T ," -".* '_ .** : ... ;:
his twelve Uto d five hundred dol- treaty of' twenty-fourth September; dollars.jt" : 4Mt. 1.W'fit t3rte iF 'rTO '
hundred Je dollar ?
six one and.fifty : Ttt8ACS4D'FO sj-q'11qSSI =i
.., ;
eighteenhundred and twenty-nine, one thousand ; u -" 1J1f fvr-i r tfcto .f i* ., -- ,_ Lr ... .1 '
*g P *Jailed annuity, in goods,Ibrtwenty-five- dollars3 % ; > ; ;.r 't.t, .: 'f'C.TTiSor.blaetsmltlt.. .AE-. b ObiAlyb.. o'v"--1 s.i ,:',-t'\: J >. h. '.TOTAEPOTTAVAXOMTU.3., ,! ,.. .' :;-;1' 'A'l 8tpDL', .-.'.< '< .-'I ."!" i

J Jpalated in the fcurth artioleiof the For,,life annuity toc1iie ; ftipulaUdmtheprivate :nnd 8I1afJ..ltipUtaW in I F,9.fi." ',en';" L1fl''ff't.: .,I.\'U1,._" nfor' pernuient:-annuity, stipulated m..,,&n. a
g7 of fourth October eighteen hundred and article- of supplemental treaty; of 1i lty.fourth' the fourth'l article of the.treaty,of,fifteenth "of ',oarth.article otthe treat f,of tae, August third article of the ,treaty'of the -N I

jEJ*g tentboUllDd'fire hundred dollar;i September, 'eihte& hundred and July.eighteen hnndred >;-thirty,..fleyenihundredJmo atti6nteen hutidti.i3linlnbly-live, 'luxe oa "her>.ejghU b!iadred3 aid, /fafu, One thousand, ;

wpport.of,two smiths'shops, including wenty-niney;to treaty;of third October,eigh-- tweaty,4oUaryv ,. *_., tj nd.do) *rS uifi tuddQfiT: ( ilti'. s:j &I'B' .''t' L, ,: tpalsteeZife"th' t'i rt ,
EJ.J1111111111* ''uslst
-JD4 tits, l8tipulated in the fourth article 1.__t'. ,.".,. ."- ,''. rl. ... .' .'c..-al:t, '."' twenty doll tra; j :;.. #* j t-fvifafi\ &\* t.htJd t' Vfteity of tJhb Ui'S?- KfM e' fie tJ,of the-tweaty. iASv I

treaty, pC fo girth OctoberpeJlhteen buno&La J annuity to chief;> .'!!, 'supplemenUl :::i For;.agncoltural.implements,,stipulated.t.iqthe i be igb e n d use'Ave4bun- be eigh hun ,anttbrttaotweatj" .. I'

.. d fortyrtwp, two thousand dollars: T. article to.treatyroftwentystrilt llce foortb'artide.of thf.tre&ly.of,fitteentb.Jar dyed doUar'r I ,___ tb.ii'- ors';,= s.! 'M''l '- -< '\&ot attio'f" 'd t

a'uPort? of t-o farmers,stipulated in tht tobcr,''.eighteen r.hundredand? thirtyHwo, iwv J1;rtgbteeAir.hnndrednnd( J rtyfive b,1U1dc1011an !? Qe1ff I ifitip 1n t"h .Fbrgt ati .pulJdedtothefole t

h '4dsol'thtistreatY'of fourtb"October t tatedrtd dollar*;?*"* "** }*"" :*; v T $1. :\ j
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aia hundred; f r'rthe f1 improvementTonline \VUi8 g: 'b ) ; J i sj n j:an nted, :; ZstE laotthe1and'-.WOflId h:3 Itif1po11'tr tqdelfieat itt\rue 'f
;1 tighten hundred>and thirty4wo, payment I' < .cast iUmd; hirtd-iittir.U) ft; territories bad, J you' 9n1da t.r'th b1e i ,.t'
dollars; A ;: : C ,v S v-n- lands ceded, per'eightb-clause"of-same articl*. 'on.t. Ii..rtt'. :":e r'b eaore.'t 'iC t hi..f:!J"i .1fep "a ay onr Mexican law'in, conSict with ittfie rye4 i at the gold i mines on: \'WaTer'. .$: !.' ...
r:: .v1 for Iron:Ind ;steel for<,shop" 1t\tO, honored and treaty, five thousahd Iars. \ JH\ ,% 1., 1-1 ". i L' 'fbateteti : property of:,! em aa .branch'of thVAlrri'eriwh*forrthe. er t .
f# E L and twenty.doliars;, 1 < -. ; For the services and-f epenses of.ujcpramwy eventhtbo'U", I.P..f rl I I"wik1 .r..i W 11 at fI'II11 tL its passage.the do-, 4 AX.,_?*- Y. rfi_J,fiifuil fl'athil tj J

;:.i, 'For blacksmith and:assistant, stipulated .sioner to distribute th'' alf lJreed fundf per fcond tJ;r n (an_ elevtii 1 j i'estk4eIceAe'oaJlould hive been res.. :some, tedious and peiilousfi.'Adayal : .n.ti .
jI.'l, tht fourth article of the treaty ,of the twenty- clause of same article and treaty; two .JOu D.P1A61' 1-
d he tO'ed biJtl:#tf.ee', have been kept jn fear.fularidldAngeroushgitntion. mOnJ !lR4; -bt' '
neighbor :
hour man, "quoth pur IJoiuh
; first September jtigbtsen i hundred and..thirty- thousand dollars. "tho tJo P : ;. a
' .,!", Iwo,eight hundred flui forty dollar 5- -For expenses of a delegation of Indians to explore was' worse ., He:was on:active;partiznn -. ,- '"Inrelation toihe; 'WilmotProtis4l'am>...eppcised 'awl d2rctermycorrse orlnJurl" ,"''nd o'l1fncehai Litk' \. ._ .

ki. ,For iron: and st'l for shop two hundred and their new country, per sixth article same during theJate:canvass he issued j to it on every ground.: 'I rtpard it asm.. n Jri .Lf.i} abtJ at' iitft p IOrtU..e\E. ri lIIrr
d, twsnty dollars; treaty, four thousand dollars ; vuultin&to the e.nDiinll o'n''tTietouteli"1 !
1 cofistirttiioMlvjttstt oppressive; ,
1! :..For forty.' barrels of.salt and forty kegsof ,NEW YORKJNDIAN8. an address from.; he-,Committee.pfthereVrlo South'oJia'n5dandJpeiflbriaHy?--*.-' -' '7(, ---.--- -. "-" -. ."-' .- -. !cies; of properly I started with brodgbt, which fT ", ,
E: the fourth article of the
', :1.-. I treaty tobceotipuIatttIin of twenty-first September eighteenhundrediuid For payment to the emigrantgNew York 1 Jll Eastap4ig1ed! ; t1l fi.:1Iutiona 1.But'_ thea.It4owu! xt r ctf Jrpniatbftfre :more .here iaigohlithna .nil J e verP .q .
dians who went west in the y-ear eighteen hun Wogetb :in lItny\l r J :
: thirty-two, tight hundred dollars; rbiSt va pl 1 e.J9.; 'eri bb N bid,4 rJ ;: 5oIlw1aen'I ute
J! ', intercst.cn two hundred.thousand dollars dre..and forty-six4heir proportion.of4he an : : ,rg f\.ttj'"ft r i dt4iu.the ww, th.wagon Ib ght ( .
lFor : unities .Que the.Senecasj and'the, gix.-Tntions of : 'r F .iT"t r hltniifff iiefti/TAtiS! R. ;ham;nnd three yoke of Oxen'for.Sioc6rn-i; .
in the devoted i.
vo tr
l; at five per centum, stipulated sec ; air.: ,
t.:7 ,
: October New York for, that,year, .to_be' reimburS4tO ,, YV",. ,.t -Aofcrfw. ; slt 1J.n1 te-u'E :and was offered S1.200 forthotherVSRfc Iii,
.It cad article ofthe trcuty of twenty-first ,the United Shltes;when.r :co'vered fro 'Samuel j promIsedtlJat.beLW1.. HU'J\JJPi j i! P.N.DLRTONr' shows jSUJ njqr gejyjy/loien1J; ; ur'rwdald'-nbt itf it
. : eighteen hundred and thirty-sey ten % Is-.oni'q. '
# :
t .t .4 thousand dollars; ,, j lI. Bunch- late sub-rndianVngVnt tJ nd his _.sure-, ; holder l '''oiiT."ik i.'for'l : lit.cnl. zonrni ruaJhe that'his defeat is t'b.aitribHtedtoJhislunsoundness :'macft: 'W tak as'ft'.steamboat isio its 01rler "(
I tie four hundi&land. :seventy-eight, dollars : i t"{ Vwn-Jti.-Ji J si)'iisuttxw the:Missouri'riven-_ :I *
I 1lU't: jO i ha"-eliTen.it.to1
\ For interest hundred .thousand dolUrs. tfl
on fight -
never promised herWOtild,nQt.punish -, ) the sfa'ye! J1t ., _t
at five er centunv, stipulated in the.sec and sixty-fivecfbtsl .: : > pon y : : on 1 fur..lX '
.t1 i
'l"I. and article of the treaty of the eleventh October For compensation:'to nri agent andy two .'interpreters -, .themj'or ppinmns.heljjbljpi'ihfy! : ( -*."It is'a nwtf er,wortby-of specultdionhew'in halve r ,bau1sl frorajb EmbasC'i4 fl oc
Indian tribes Teias.in addition .out t UttCr .
for the irttb : $ Fort: ; (orty mifes fc g.
.b 1 eighteen .hundred and forty-tw, forty a District :1500."Whig;niajbrityV :; I he qn4
. for this object to office Jn'no'onc' mines and head of
former #
.,p rc thousand dollars to appropriations; were appointed regular'nominee'pfcthe* party/(with the high navigation'!Aft ifci> -t

';1 .: TO' THE SHAWNEES.For !i three" For thousand surveying dollars the' ;northern and' western of his" p..1;blfl-, ed''I jet' J'rs; l"il,' ..rV8d. ,,, tlons.. '.' ; .qualifications thus, he be is generally inglorioosly conceded defeated'tossshould pbs-: the ton't road"Ind is pehden better than 4'he the'hanls road fnni rr't or'i"in1'I,

;, permanent annuity, stipulated in the boundary 'lines, of the country ..nowned.by have we' 'sver' seen ,it>{ tntedthatrJheould There is'but'one.cause,3' .Mr. Pendleton has not! -forty hundred, and tile price.'Y1Iries'tlora Jn1 to :

',i } fourth article of the treaty of the third August, the Creek Indians, fifteen thousand dollars \ .y notpurnsh' office'-holdeVs'Tor'b-1 ornly.advoeatedithei.,constitutionality 'ofthe"Wilmot ty'to thirty dollars per.hundred poui Irq
. ; IQ
4 I P seventeen hundred and ninety-five., one .thousand ,ROBT. C. WINTHROP, \' -. l- <*t t.* 'W***.t*'':. xii .:1 Proviso. but advocated it we are inform-. :be, :clears for himself over fi "dolbl1 rJ
,) :- dollars;" ..Speaker .f the House of Representatives.G. pinions.entertained before their appointments ed;.in'a"most offensive-manner.'*Upon all occa- :time m making a tr p, from tour to ail per.dIt.da, r ,' '

fi i .P. For permanent annuitystipulated, in 'th'ejf 'M. DALLAS. ,-so on'Vhis' point', 'and: :'i in this. s m/and-under all circumstances hi has stoodforthboldly J sold.oU'ahl! 'myborsesihreethemiiion :, Sl00 p"\ l1ii:
; fourth the of the .
twenty-ninth : for
nrti.cle.of treaty Vie President of the United States and H. and :to say the least ..mostnndis' price horses ; "andl mulEs' n tati:
J! !:::: September, eighteen hundred' and seventeen. :, -. President the Senatt.1 'instance, be ,cannot. be i fairly i chargedwith erectly, the defender/ of the constitutionality of from one to four hundred dollars per'6e d" ladlobit
.i' 4;: two thousand dollars; March 3 1849. great many sold at the 1aU
AM'ROVED a violation of his pledges Oh this h\teCuJltbis'damnnblc heresy. He deserved rprlce' The>rmr
'z, For purchase of salt, stipulated.in the third demand is for
':i POLK. transporting provisions
JAMES K. beaten. John S. Pendleton and
!' to be has not .
: :..;l article'of the treaty ?seventh June, eighteen. Consistency, thy name;..is surely r ZACKARY ;1 in this State'n more enthusiastic admirer his I: sold the pistols .1 bought oCUeDlt C1U1da&ooI for 1on"Ct

htmdred and three, sixty dollars ; :- !, : .. ,$200, and the belt for.175iQP1d.s'il",
; : t : : brilliant talents thanwe are; We believe him Ae
.fi "! For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in -I' flJ\TEYS] .. in the country.rome ,thre weeks'and d
ihferiorto'few few inthis
: j.I' men : Commonwealth.InalI i '
II very < B&TB
, c ; the fourth article of the treaty of the eighth --,---.-'--.-- raised the rise of three thousand
-- -- dollars
I ,P August, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, : rrDE"'VIRGINI: 'El.CCTIOIVB. .'.:" the' intellectual essentials ofa great. Tht J r! 1 W! above.you will feel d151YII in told.* tolafiili
' miD. '
.b t :"r : eight hundred and forty dollars; : 't'aoubt
not.being losuchliizESces
':t.6'; ; For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and We are' happy to announce, to ourreaders "But, with'bur' high admiration of the man, but they, are nothing accus a Lit it111
IDe gibe jhI.et .
we could.not hffre:voted for him. lithe 10G"
dollars this iveeU early
f! \71 twenty ; 'thtriiimplant.. result f the invoked idea of the prices provisions,clothing..kit i
part -canvass we Whig
i ,: ,TO THE SENEGAS AND SHAWNEES. of ihe late.election in, Virginia.The .- but'we diil.'nofc'then know his views on these the mineS. Floar$4016S100 pEr 1undrMl- 1k.. toil:

:r;: For permanent annuity, stipulated in the otbosious questions... We know him' to 'be a sugllri'75its;'coffee, 50 c thitea 5j'f. credpick

.. ; "L fourth article of the treaty of the seventeenth JACKSONVILLE, MAY 12, 1849. : Democrats have cdrhpletely'swept.the ;sterling' Wig, and the nominee of the pn1y-. to SI ; shirts; from$16 to $32?'pia'i.
Segtember, eighteen hundred and eighteen one -- : State carried fourt $ iOto 5100-; boots, '16'shoes$3
( having en. out personally: we'preferred:him to Any man in the ; iciJed
.HJ ,' thousand dollars; the P sidcnt. pork, $250 per barrel; these are the mini l IS
Dtetrictfors desired
Appointments of the f fifteen Districts.' : these reasons we ;his.elec p
"; r Congressional ces ;: "J -i'... fr.
.j: TO THE SENEGAS. tion. But the who :z1z Albport
man directly
'( or indirectly
rt ',: For permanent annuity, stipulated in the, The sole Whig elected, Mr. JEREMIAH takes a position.upon the slavery question (in mines. glee you'some account"'of tle

r.ib.. I t.L fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth JAMBS R. SANCHEZ.. S:. Augustine. MORTON, was supported bY.Democrats, any of its phases). adverse to.the South, could 500 to,1OO"mlt They re sc-1tterd tlie;Ichesfever oY ran are*of tea ptn:

: :I S September, eighteen hundred and seventeen) ROBERT MITCHELL, Pensacola, Fla. :not (though! he ,were father) command our vote on earth. *' knowa' &arytomj
3.r: : fite-hundrcddo1Iar ; opposition to ,Mr' PENDLEJON. rtfg- for the humblest office in the gift of the people. average ,calculationfpr i)h.i.
mount of
For in the For this '5fr. "Pendleton' has been defeated persons tngiigeil by men of>saperkf enl
: .f permanent annuity, stipulated Election Returns. ular.ndmineejof.the .reason "
Whig judgment Indians
party. '
Mexican ,
,... % .. fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth 'in a District in'which he could, under other : m* pert

.Ll':.'1 September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, The following are the official returns I The party organsqf" that State exhibit -, ;circumstances. have been elected. by 2500 majorityl" the way islands sailoro,,' and disbanded all kinds""soldiers of Connecmlrwa1 and "bilert<
r r' : hundred dollars: of the election held on, Monday lastj; for clearly, of this men moiiurii
-, enoughuhe cause are set down at SI 6 -per day; thouglryov .it -
For blacksmith and.assistant, stipulated in 11t.
: ; Judge of Probate of this 'count '. As tremendous' 'Democ It hire no mm for that amount. ;You an kir r
:; 'i the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty- ) -victory. Pii1Iic meeting hi 1'Jent n' Co. some men' for $250 1am
month but
;j. per not NQ1-
;. .t:. ty-eighth ne. February eight hundred, eighteen and forty hundred dollars and; thir- was expected, Mr. LIVINGSTON, one of was the 'unsoandness.of thu! Southern At 1\ numerously attended Meeting of the citizens They will not .think'of less than from.$100 to";t cm

,d4'h .:) For iron and steel for shop, three hundred Independent candidates, has been elec- Whigs upon: the, .slavery question.We .- of Benton county, held at Chuckachatty, .have.UO,taken$300,from and Sl000 hole per' day ;..and,t'omen': met

11. r end twenty dollars ; ted.Ve are happy to perceiv that (during the session of the Circuit Court,) to one forty pOun conceive of
%Jf$ cannot a more direct days. This is the most I have beard oCTfortf ten
:& ,! For' pay of miller, stipulated in the fourth article this result has been occasioned determination mark of take,into consideration the fe.irful attitude in are new discoveries being made d.il"aidS j the
of the treaty of the twwity-eighth February bya; popular disapprobation of their i every <
I bi h'.tb. Northern portion of our Federal U' God 'only knows where it.--\TiUlfnJ. ''ch1ctfa ,chI.
, hundred and -
sis hundred "
eighteen thirty-one
: r1 .1 dollars; on part of the jieople I treacherOus:course., HOTTS and PEND-, ni6n'is' nrriiye\i Against .Southern,, and to nothing more thought of than dirt Taert.U nor

.'.:. .J; TO THE WFANDOTS. not to allow party prejudice to enter LF/TON, both ofwhom advocated the con. express. the sense of the.people of this county nil no.based credit upon asked gold.or giventhe 1donot.likethicountry'tratmcthrai rt\ .cu'If.,

-...1.. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the into judicial elections., There1: was slitution'alitf.of'theVilmot. -Proviso',1: upon the subject ,rof that policy .oTjeys em"tic I[ do not like the climate; and,'more than all, i' men

,V i-..., third [article] of the treaty of the seventeenth drawn no distinctparty line, many are quitely but npt.the. : less ignominiously -' 'nggrp.silion"bv'which the people of th e Xort h.are abhor' and detest the society "'I never expeeUo und J
March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, seventeen ow a,seed or plant H grain in tbii country. i\: aDdbe.
seeking to the citizens of the Southern
1.: thousand five hundred \Vhigs voting for Mr. LIVINGSTON and b ,1\1 PEKDLETON .
: dollars; i dropped. r". has ,' expect to continue the 'mines,*myself'.and'! .
., .. For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in many Democrats voting either for Mr. I received u' merited rebuke' for''voting i : States,rights; ,and.privileges''whfch'.they hold family I i each one. -loinghis.best, until we alta tat' JBOIkw
t the eighth article the treaty of the seventeenth I 1 L i i* '." i .'** most saeredanul, .deem. .themselves, to be, iine- sufficiency to live.ou-i dependtut1ybich

; \0; March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, BETHUNE. or Mr. DECOTTES. i with six other Southern \\.higsngainst qui vocally invested with;.by ,the.express guaranties will not?be Ions; .it- t,- x: aroi

'i 1 v.: X seven hundred and twenty dollars; Livings. 'DeCotBe.' Mr. CLAi 'oN's"TerritoriaI Bill In a of:the Constitution of their My little! girk* can make'from five to twenty*: cl :
f 1 For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and t five dollars per day washing gold in pans; i # Ere
:, :. ton. tes. thune. district which motion of James; L. 'I'erryEsqCapt.l!. 3. Har-
dollars .
seventy ; gives 15Oiirh'ig.majori.ty ,, 1 sodn* as we 'gee ready J eioect torship at this fan
' :'. ;;, For education, stipulated in the eighth arti- Jacksonville, 74 56 : 43 he is defeated on the issue bf his rell was called; to the chair,. and,E. Simmons port for Jackson county; Missouri;where taxi kno

cleof the treaty of the seventeenth March. Mandarin 18 . -' appointed Secretary. pect to spend the balance of my days in peactind -tb
t:: ;:! eighteen hundred and five hundred 22' 9 Wilmot Proviso sentiments. '
forty-two Again, quietness, and in -the.enjoyment of family lie:
, ,' dollars Carey's'Ferry 30 9' 25 'The: object of. the meeting ha'vingbeen: brief'.
;;: It. ; ,' : Jr"VTSON and'Mr. R. E. SCOTT and friends, where, of all places most delight will
t"l TO THE WINNEBAGOES. Clay Hill, .14 2'" 1 : two ly stated by the ch ruD. C l.Mitchell, Capt. to be.My average income this winter will be ence

t F'#;.lb' For limited annuity, stipulated in the second Bar, 3. 2 6rownrds' of theVb'ig members of thelast,Virginia Province und (.o1. Pearson were called for, and about 5150 per day, and if I :should.strike ft nan.

t"f;:r,'ij;: article of the treaty of the first August, B 27 0 ,. 3 Legislature. -,! ..l who p'pjo'S'C'd. the' An-' addressed the meeting '(in the order. in which good lead it';will of be persons,a'great who;deal have irao done:. well Tit1lrge..m.1jority ft)

:: .;: thousand eighteen dollars hundred, and twenty-nine, eighteen Tbomasville; 6 12' 0 ti-Proviso Resolutions, and.ihe only they are named:) in eloquent and.touching ap' here iii ;liuiines, (md all have done so "that

:f04;. 4 For limited annuity, stipulated in the third -jfl two'who' dared'to offer for arreelecli6'n, pl":1Isupon; the subject before,assembly,-after Save tried;) .are going to the.States to lireT-it.

':;.':.:'.: article of the treaty of the fifteenth September, 172 103 87 which, upon motion of Jas; L.Terry-the.chair- least nine,ont of ten.
i are also tente.d.Jhat.. terrible, You know James :M he has
:,4:,:: eighteen hundred and thirty-two, ten thousand Till NEXT (COftGRKS man: appointed Jas. Childs, P. W.Law, and E. J- I Harlin: ; just .A
,. Mexfcan' for which he has
. bought ranch paid
: ,
dollars.For this
the i
;...:1 fifty barrels salt, and three thousand Since the inauguration the. Demo. warning'. to' Southern. \. politi- Knight; ;E qs.:,''Committee to, draft preamble in gold. $12.JOO for tho stock 1 and bud averaging BUDhic

; J ) pounds of tobacco. stipulated in.the second article crats have gained eight members of cians of the school qf PEKDLETON. and arid resolutions: expressive of the,.sense of the the slock vat $.30 per h' d.and itisthouglit iwe

.r' ';1 of the treaty of the first August, eighteen tf STEPHENS, Whigs who '. thought'. more meeting upon the important'subjects referred that he has made ac least-$12:000: in the opera.I.tion the
Congress the in and three '
., Virginia in. which nukes him stand monatca-bf$ .-
; hundred and twenty-nine six hundred dollars to who retired, and '
,'' of their Taylorism.tlaa'n of their soon after reported the aur
.1 I....,,:. ; Connecticut. If they gain only seven dutyto .. 000; But this is nothing -JesseBeashyissaiut from
' following: ; to be worth' least S Oo'. Boggs vbas'
. ? b :. For one thousand five hundred pounds of.to- the South, seven/Whigs: voted J 10,000.
more in the elections'.yet to be held in.. Wh made an inilepeiulent'tbrtuue ,for all his chik tantlffil
.i"- : : bacco, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty res,1he present aspect orFCf1eral po1i <
:I4 I.1: : V of the fifteenth September eighteen hundred .Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island against CLAYTON'S. Bill, in .order to- *keep? calaffairSj t touching and regarding'the: peculiar dren. Yoa know Uryant, a c.\rpenterwbo. the ,

, .;...t dollars and thirty-two, one hundreJ'and seventy-five Massachusetts, North Carolina, ..Alabama open the agitation' upon' theSlavery institution 'of the South, present, questions of I!I I to.work more gold for in Ebettezer.Dixonj the {1. t.'six mouths he'hasdugout than a:aail 1B(

.Iq& ; Mississippi Tennessee I Indiana question; :land ensure. the, election. of vital interest'to the 'Southern' p\rtof the Con- am packI not spure'itim, left 'tOIteI! iiapask
: ,
:: For three blacksmiths and assistants :
:1z stipulated and andwhereas, 'th a and important you the half I want to. Old.Capt-SuUet:
.; TAYLOR. Even our bvn' fe'leracy, ( rc re'high r .
: in the third Missouri young
TJ .: article of the treaty of the first and Kentucky\ they will: havea I rented out'bw tortt mer hntg,1taern.kep.. itnkel

I:.\" ,.'; August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, majority jn both houses of Congress.This talented"'Repree t.'tiyV, .whos .singular' i : constitutionquestions.. i ii.T.ojhrc.'l in the .: er:t&c7-,at :the rate of 550.000'per yetir},,besj-
\ 3h*. : two thousand one hundred and sixty'dlIilrsf 'I I antf ihcxfiisablc coiirse issues sought lobe niide and forced upon u'J y des, there are flofling'stores at the lanJinjia inw

( #.,S t For iJ on and steel for shops; six hundred and will be merited rebuke by the > I. '. : 'onjriessi .. ',,' the North, which affect directly. the rjjrht* of launches, brig&c. '.1'he'umount of trade don* wu;
s.I II":::'. sixty dollars; from the time of his. ) for'.\\ :'- the :
people of the fraud them : }iotitig: ; property t as guaranteed to'us'by' th'e.'Cbnstitu- at this place is supposed 'to-be at least. $10,004
; For laborers and in the third practiced upon : T&,
,t oxen,stipulated v ir : ; !;, -; luy and is said by merchihts of New York
. ('t" ..; article of the treaty of the first August, eighteen by the Whig party in the election ;of I. TJiROP;-.'iinUf'Miisrefusing'to: :, sign; the; tion. and. ,whereas the princip.l; :pf. self: preservation :: and pvr New, Orleans to'b.J'equtho' those plaeeiat the

;. :;4'1" : find hundred and twenty-nine, three hundred .Geri. TAILOR. ,As.his .4uc ille makes I Southern ,afdress-rmay ,perceive., .that impels us to resist wrongs nnd press forward this time in money insacrions.' As oil can Brint
: sixty-five '
; .' reaction is taking place in the South in, the maintaihance. of.our rights;-. and. .' -UughiBoyIes.used'tosay In his*preaching
;" Congressisupreme and the .' fLt
[-. ::1 For.education, stipulated in the fourth article President a "It is good for us we are "ct ,1 :
41 'r ., 'that 'sort'of \ 'hg'; iogic4' which whereas, ,our- ., sister'counties.,, ,'have'\ in.. ,.solemn,
of the -
-p treaty of fifteenth September, eighteen nobody,. the'Yh.gs'! yet have 'the against i < ?- > ; 'It/w.ishcrQthit( ,I,ibundlljnMartin. :. y..ofri\ t Jiz'.
may ; form declared intention to resist with
t *
Il man
hundred three thousand dollars
1 ,
thirty-two I
foan i'him ed tiuk
; satisfaction we call 'Stephe'nsism} .find. tKati sits .: j :1we p r ..U1'-
. .;'.:: For six: agriculturists, purchase' of .oxen, iviiuessiug the approval may ly firmness any attempt to dnt'erferewith our friend and! he Jlias been, of great service, to ptt'

':''' ploughs, and other implements, stipulated in by Gen. 'TAYLO.I of the 'acts of a Dem. advocates have been'waked}:" ub'- in guarantied*fights'Under 'the 'federal''const. !'tu-. Fie're., H h'sis' picked}!up.several Ih'oasim};:1 N th.
'h the fifth article of the treaty of the, fifteenth ocraric Virginia -. .nIay'hQd4ILlmd.9r Flori tion. '' ". ; 5 ; on.:; I, ,/toot rich t.:dlg/buk! ,fi'efaf, < S: ,
, Congress and fall .' ,
. themselvesinto '
:r-;. September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two Ii" tJl-< 'I"1"' : pn3id ?ilble tr.1derirt'tb mines-sel6 shfrts stS30J
;. ,:: two thousand five hundred dollars ; the pit they 'dug. for,others. .' : da'' Whig>ery' find l no* restfhg1 place foi1: fB&resolved, Hh&t in the spirit of compromise ; sentppies i at SlOd"speaki' the 'l l langaagffluently j
'- JJut i1 ,; ,i "j/% ,Vf x 'we 1'are- vcr ready to hold but the'.Olive I dances at the stan JsNt ct
"fit1' of two his : : fundangoesand
; For pay physicians stipulated in the the soles ol feet, nextyearf; ;" ,
( J;... .. fifth article of too trclty.or the fifteenth Sep- The. Collectorsliip. A..ain.! ; branch iiiNWth'ern brethrn .and nhitbwith ftiiiong t hVilexicans, ,' 'which is'Wgreai:Iia
In'order to iv'eitleaeridea'ofthe '>1.Det "ci. >H -it '\1q >.f this -* *'aH< uy HJMe
:!.i .;;.T r eighteen hunirtJ and thirty-two, four hundred them i of conciliation i : ettie I\ country.II'
; ; The Tallahassee Sentinel ?' has -- u -w f" h.,.. -i;> J. :" <:? .ru/r m a spirit *- *to.f I, > Z. '! alwiiysbelicTed Iwasborntfaetbflaof
U(' :! dollars; issues. which .u-ere. in.operatipn: m. the ; 1II
: : ; question upon .the principles rpf,the ..constitution)1 l '.
:.t caught up the misrepresentation which destiny,andt th si never was! V o be ISII ePtt
, : Forintereston million :
: one
4 t '. ; sand dollars at five centum ",, Virginia, .eleclionj. r\ve, "''give. :n few: extracts ; *and leave us to manage' 'pur own domestic vienti to.the..we:1 ,.-power;Dt dictation of any,
per in originated with
iicv'4 stipulated our(neighbor of the'Republican and .. .I al**J>, tar
belief fe -
: the fourth article of the treaty of the first November from Whig! 'pers" 'Mr. MOR- affdirs'lh our own'way, and b h'o'isu' tim man ; my now

:4t "l eighteen hundred' and thirty-seven that Gen. BYRNE'S' appointment thei.brotlier'ofiu'r'iQwn) Senator'jste .signify our tleterrnno.tq.stad| i Jbjr.an.l"mafn-i detested the Ule-v of making. uioaeyby/.low, pit -4er ft1'
: :; .. I TONw. .. ful/.I { afJlking.nd.'unta that principle Ji Thadaplacd.ia
. fifty-five,thousand dollars; of Collector of */ _.i> V-- : 'U- -US *' -yafct" lJ'.Vtthe ; .
this Port, tain our institutions 'riakof *
nt .dissolu-
was one even la : niy breivst yst>-V-* :T & -.> *
elected 1Oj
and the
r For interest on eighty-five thousand only. Whig" ,' ; sort of: <
dollars *
ofBIr. POLK's :.eleventh tibn'bfihe-unibn-br'the'States/'aB'event-tbbe' The above account and descriptionof
-1. ;.1.. at five per centum, stipulated in the fourth : hour apppint- he be frOrnthe Solotvingi '- tIll
* ; article Whig} is, can seen thingst.will.8eem etra eto/yOU; b>> ur.if
j.! of the treaty of the .thirteenth,.October mentsV! :-shall : -- M u tni>j'fti*' n"it1 n\ike.deprec.\ted\ ., by-I both the'. North1ndSo, .,th. :
not.stop to enquirethe !.( ''< ;Ht F" \.J J1: )sj' ..rl.l. ; believe DivJneiRcvelationVor '* pe:
; I :. eighteen hundred and forty-fix, four thousand ; in AlexandriajGazette.: .' f. ;nll t Jl UUt ft.f1rf( \ JV! n..9. ).ni.th rrut h* beliitt&hit ft M Ill: :
) et1iolyWrityoa can.
whether ,
)'C':\% :.: two hundred and fifty dollars;' question', ;.the'*President'' !: ," uTo'feiectMf. ;',:MortBn/.Vfould b. 't distract; meetings ofour sinter counties,>and:urge.it npotf'lnffsVcburities -> uenaI.-zw f1'. .t 'l if.t;.w. G
"" to 'w the United, States has'.indt and divide ourcouncil,'and tosenc1jo'pongre'a T::
. ''' WEAS T .a' ,. whichLsef.Vv :---nof 3ldy spo From your friend, &.t:.-.1 t' t:
iii r *
.f: .. For-permenant annuity, stipulated in the fifth' right,.and :Js not in.duty' bound) ,-!to"fill. man who is against thBVhig us upon some ifrty.dgainst'uupon of the mostvital'principlesF kenjupon, .-;".- this! > -'ile8,, \ $; iiD". .. us,;in asserting' ..H'Tctt 10 'w.ft;: L'T. MOCLLL' 1' (
: article of the of the second ; *-* '- 'v-: :-t. *4.v*/'*>-' .I. .4l.1.4 V' a u?uj J.e'r: J I'f
treaty October
.ji'f.{ \ eighteen hundred and eighteen, three thousand vacancies in office up:to his'last. ". aivas? .the subject of thyiM uitousriinnexation, .Qur.rights !Jntbisregard; 1iW 'J' .!1 t4 The.-Smid&tiidn.-.Tb& New. ;York )rirror;.en"dent1yiuhproe.d &l.JI
iipy of Thzu4daiiiStU$ ih'6aking the safety of the \Yhidi-wasread'and -
: ad
'ot1 tbiD'gs.iJt
' : dollars. ; much as at any previous:time 1.r The U ion'ujoii I"nft\VTtYi"AtT w riCrt nilftatlAn ftr rtthaf' .unanirnouT4 pted; : atthe'state
, r : X and on motio 1 'Of C Ctpe ri fEsq. \VasbiDiton1'w.itn 'hsW.hig brethrei,IX'( .'r. 'tU
i4 ; ; MENO IONIES. Whigs at $ ,t b ink not. They USi; n"8Veral Jo ii iu' dieringparty j ur fft"
$:! presep : : frdRi ftli tide with the lIifi"-lDt title-Layi 1110
For fulfilling treaty with the --4' / ;tT f union by o jpo rfg"asKff'is.ndwIdoing,1ajainstPusr t wceedlngl -,
MenomOnles, ; ,"' /- Jutwi '. 1'1 for the iucceaijb'tfr--ofeerta crttmovenientiof [ ti
. think that from indefinite: ' ; ;.t* art* PJB'J-iH \ fjJ'js? $+ \
ratified at the some period the nut" "id th lOyer-tm d' rtWve'dli }
; present session Congress$!, Tiz: .a'w. }'.'nn ; ingjpe publisheanthe capers;g H? ,.,1 s i Jn.J1' Whig Jolilicl.it..Ying'in view their own elevationin32C
, I '
For payment to the chIefs toenable therniarrange before the-expiriTtiono r. hifterm lif b'eirig"ih'. .t.Z.hl- r.' tth thJ.'L"* v J. HARREU '
i of pf- ; .\ : ,t.:1.'l. ,;Qhwrnan,. :Hiwys5 L'Jit&vZ rai >?. In
and Fettle-the nffairsof their kL1rul C6f6cflpartyln-Al9: \ ( : i& h' '
tribe'pre; 'au21Ifr2 n1,1'r '' $!' ,6N.Scretdi& 'j .a14 n :ii23qt Before the new PresMeaHs'comtortaWj .
flceJ $lil Ic\8 rj/A 'inVAi Jiiit' ,l1WiriiiTifrT.fl
p:1fat f 'fo's r' iri .
ryJo.their removal to-iheirnew .Pot
codntrYt .H-t: 'f.'ta. ,,.. t .' .
h.t rJ't"
; 1 i ..=, .d j lU't"h'.fftf* )'" : fitt !.i1 J warm illitbeWhitiHQMttl1; re are'Airead1
per.first clause to hp ,1 { i lUUr "y'i.
October,of.eighteenhundred fourth article of treaty.eichteenlh ofhis constitutional.functions/ 'particularly ,, -' S.' '1L e.,.,...,.t J'j\v./. ';."t !'ct, ,.* "". r. b'iIf11i.. q'hN 1 1 '1 1 if1f) th i t t"fuK.4j11 ble-i ditio jhf tftUill 1tW-teN. Of ftII

'---H tigUlthlrty thousand dolla w; .and. forty-. tpf .!i.P.gi ya .nci f ; gje i e5 rMoaTNoPifli.}}!,:.L\Y! SIP..t t lli4i 1 eqPfu&Hl9t 'pipila1 Ing for tkePde cJ123"t1o. 'lhtrl., tJa
} 'e
are men in this city'and ew
; proporuonsjo FoC paymcDtb. each t as mixed. the chiefs blood, and in sucii it (forjiis-successor; tQperfortm, fpr.lum diff.:1S.{s'"fl.Uj.1.I froW t:1: ;pjbiti 14,1. tl ".tid. .r"I J'i.jbe n TIscJ.J n ep ridenceM{ .)1 sitor f.! CL&h tr, gglh g 'eont. 1:b8. lIe t1! .a.nd to-d13.. h

_ _ _ a commissioner to be appointed vby in council the -PrcS and \V eJshdJl"s'eerwli; th& tHewill"ho1d' : seejt.Iroth' thefci1hiwug! :eqcfyopi' u t ..U6ffs 1 ii1i' to1JiJ"jr:tett (io6 t r' pie dh ro .ot&lloJ. Otl'D ('Witha ItIt
I deDt ihall ' .i!. i .tefti nt.'axiff B : fN f jl jj'd H'J91t f.l"ltit ,\ J1 It i f/rJ1t.Tn&.7.lVih t! .-If; sinleye f.tbei w ad Dceme-n_ 'and J1Dr1.
fia V t jii.
deelguate ( td.-.t.r.r.C
article and treaty. rOttl, pe.thousand* second daus* Cs.", >e this doctrine four years hencef ;t: v t".J.1 U .ld'reJs,; .Lmi': \' ) &$ftli" {' tf. me"ji r .i.id@t.- 01'.. ,'-. r..CO'ln-raU). ',...' \ T;.ill...l.lT.ornta;>.." Theyi$em,..to \rj jotbIngThrthe'4maiDit1a.tion .

I ; iJiipgJC5forexP5n : dollar*; But ouriioLrniableiind'VeryUibeTalGen.JByKNE "In : .\ Cr" (.t'fIhiTif\ '! .e t..ThyoaC9mpropzis 1jsttotofr ae.d4te,bn"cnsnanyrn.te i : exept as a'means of.promotinUlsregard'allicla'ims PjjfrOpollitcal Ii
of con.
4 $;; eime article anrtreatynweitv es removal to bLve )as- ;i1tjgJtt!1 Thewiter's 'cMm t" OsfrL'h eudis.l'l .edigribudonetncetbSi ja
t thDyktioworought. 'o1kflov .tril'i, 'lzjilinet' ;th' ScS. o.1i tern'
thousand aollars J. ed4d w1 i.un 't ttgfsLitioith'.3'p -Tibi'Mifb .tl
rf4 ; ? t\ 4 1 1.n..J b1 : ':: 19I :'Iu It) L '.:u .rJi.. { mLLotTer4it1. Is VQ'lcheu : h15fiiidithatthe'sp'
it'"s ; :: sl tb GeuerlLT _\ ;
''Forpayment.for t rr (t. gr h ng-tb la'1kli.tt #- L"1 ) i ;'Y* iceh1 tdeadsbJpl fOf' yl t.
subsistenre.on1erywr'0# ., siapppintmenMvasnb"an 'b-i A 1\1'}) 11.t,91t.c :J84Q' .i
: removal fourth nIter s1dvry 'the ierrit6ri oft h Unit eO-S t.ueLs.i.t'was '''' ..JP.J.iIIo 4LcP. ._. ---tt (te i 1 : weIt.

A*T treaty], wenty per. thousand clause of 1I ijn'...'rlicle'Y(; eleventh 1 hour appointmentftCol.! : I:' ":,carrying out t i prlt cj.pte (1vhlchf&l1B DtAg''erRi I take t(his, the{Calieat.opportu plfo.\n O tqfti 1riILaweaI'1etf slIegiami1

F '.the 'i ttablishmenf'of ,:A1'- \, ELLbatq& a 1"j CoIectprldiea.lastjQc Tii'fju'j] 4553.Ji3rf0 -z/ 1it D Ii.d:l let a 'izl.rA qies. nlty Id inform yob of n>y Arrival here-c found .1- lt'b fore.t e 1I'iJl.Ii .a.t ger.io hIs I,h'balFmna
'.b r .t .. >' tion:would have been.decided bytIieSt1pitflGdothThdndSuthIiffe California'in another'revolution"not of bjoodbtft u eY m tnw. Ji&1 Andf.datet l aabm
schobVtheCTeciibn. of'grfet andI.. ,jS-rpim, and" i \)bet;'5 Geril yBNE'fwas ouonePiesl tf
other e nppointed, .on ; ;NetthcrtThdejg1DziIthO of JgoMrf I sho ula ttejn'ptrtoi g1v >you' ta.ba chamcdl'thdeb.Ui
q! rY.lmp J lIe ts 'ftftJr lijise :'-'.!. 1 f. :A- du td 't"'b '. : thf Cibtnl
ld "
ofm'ifli ic 4e tJlath 1 1i etr.i ing antthrngllke'ft'true account oTthe condition bf ential aspirant hii'pred nppn:

, lan, : t. .tnll, treltffift' .z .' th.1 ;1, H}l d'doJ-".: a y, .f n rmpij y.o 1ie way -would.:yaved:traalccl!nott&ig frorrf theVi infy this country ft>3 the prcaen tin\ej'..uI4 tf: 4d.tbbEiecn4e_ th l.oiZp D2aIVOflh7, OJcodslaa f

) Senate on the!21stj;I ndt cbmniiasioii /tlit "tl1Qrti or the other* The ?nstit1 for I b'ye not "pguagj'to exres'nbri4crip. '. : ..J1 ihf Admhil'tAti ;..1


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rnaflOandagreatmauy -
here ira -
$ 17AJ5Tat -i-
bti LreIIet1DCt1frOm1te1T sa.lids si. .dent has ordered the f&eto jnded.- Q 1ABSED ocotz1A5thi *rLERS: -.t- 1'-yirtueoianja., $ I.azb-'A st i4 ibsJuszeeg k .,
on.; Th'e Plro1&n9il -B ut we 0113 eaelreczkj111jt4i'jh.tb1i1con.ued 't1NDERF.1E (1tIEI$ CVPAThNjflttepd ; -
I sitogether and in connexion these the troops whichTaVe\uartereattemporari1y-iii ;ti roscri'pUouf1bPot be1 see -
I' Tthg there i* *v barracks in Paris' Jtas enejjillybelJefea'tha." una svr S *
31't1ClCS of information, I ril'g? lantiffand Chirks Lee fs the. VeI'epdanlI
I ,:2ttere&rng presumptive evidence that the .the',excessive 1 the dampn asviof thejatmospheri. r itz flnry Warren full sThg-1et,..Mm CTy ed,heljyty! ,-,to, take iud rece.ptoorby. 1 IaIE expose to public sale bef&Ye5lfiVOjurt
I i sast der of ibe unexplored and un- contribute to developmenT outtheame.systemuwHich he>ad practised iawa.nnd ; desp itions Jbefoiy huxig Hoflsjdoor. ra the "
DtSiU ftt'KflAri wV1A\J : ; Town-cAIIigt r,
aboU1and > dul4
; M v >< .
tSnttA sItorth&
01qzered g1OflS OfcCfltr1I California rennal 1 it is In vain-that thePrfsident talk pewona ir hp gb.. c o nty1bctweeith esnal hotuatssI.4be fofc

tuta; therecent discO'Y0'old the ,. t.u of pledges,ot''ractferation of Ino. artyism.B .act, of Congress i;f nUjtljed'Anjict lowingpropertr; tttTwit theH % ef tlf-N, Eiiu fffein

irshings in the streams flowing i$anothcrroofifl .' .-.. ...s- t what are.we to believe amid the secrecy foFtlarmed jw _; 9 rterana tVVest.ofth -a a rterb *
r ccstern Slope ofihe S ra Netatla,Jesuit is and heJnteUigecth1reLuiit.H f th\fttos| and mystery-that surround-us? s We\have are*3 t ijand1seL1uiento, tIlt unsettled part of the- in, .fra I / Section 35Vrang fJVshipjlS

iv favor ofthe trth f the old beds on dist stre8t1 chftiesti1e aridimmlne] p ort.oan opppsitbaracter, iix,, .thtODTUeS, : Peninsula of Florida," approved 4th Augusts ? &vEv, Levied upon an&r&bt sold-- aa#
*- ** L J JKJ
I {I D'jiLfl accounts respectiug-.the nctkeG iltcontInU? thezr deft1 ** ttTKetepqrt .- d uy thirty new appoimmiusjwer >MMuu4iv\,I li 242upl the roperty ofsaidDeftndantfto tttiifyiteitL. i :

fthe, Pj thet different sections ff jthe country which are pot.yet'gMeitedsfndUhat tI iS. f *
> whether in > i&4"*"-j'T, $ ,*i CiT* i' f it* *** ttaR-x *
but vt* v-* BSII./.Jfc
'luff, in the city 0IexiC.O,L cabnet 1 lae st'yearexhibis wearV-net to GsctrtMn'hem l l4nd.wsettet.occuI izkr Dsryunvule and returned to m9cby All jf / J:

Nticnal MuscUW or fl a private ine ino g almost Wzt1iTjtt pdehJ1th iiisto t until we bear of the headsof: -victimsheing .- i4jlw >L**anddid.not* Xi voluntarily- _relinquish.pr.. J* -.*. -t -* Hinton, Constable.f ASA. S'A? STEWARD: t?* !&
Aj 0otrecofleCtSoIfle qiilIS to'd f theVorld. tjl1bur xbibited at lhMr; *espectivt' places of t bann.idfrontierspUtb the same.'txut-.cputinuea.tOj rcsida QQ, Aprifl4-tds- : & h.eriAtffr1 '
I t *
prticles Or Jkh wa rears 'ilgo contained fwelve'.tbousiihd! iii'hab'- r esidenee.-Uniai} .' *- *JtT K t i.t'-ei-'d &. ottefli4e1iithng; Town. ,_ : : ift -- '. -
direction :
theIUji03Dt' --ta the itfTeL. not fcix thousand and -1 .,- -Vt. r2 .- -'- uzanJ scatb ut e2stj4.hi -
from *
me that a : theyari" *% r
then occur tone : t be'llne pecified in,ftieaco'184 there. flehsed
It dId no n. little better than-a state starvation. Hey. ; ?: ; :
; rtLinweUUre ofgl4USt put up ,n quills the D r. Cooley Catholic clergyman diad at;D.rogheda No riots have occurred since the iiiiWf' !by aiding to eect th objects of saiii actjar: A'F rsoBSjhavingclafmsa th VsVr ,

I v rye1 as m.ncJ: zrn1on; the 2teCS before of the Cholera on the GthinstanUNoiMdercoursc ; the address y thflBritish pnrtj;-to the people. ; ,.ewnanaTille, .Alachua county, on" Mbji- 'Q* .oOe1Baaseccas ut f'of jCblumbi*:
nqaest, as they hal HO coined or weigbeiloDey. % nihem the-'tnaintenance otoderatd*. day, 7thM, >iy / <.l555l51 ..1 county'ire hereby required' &ihe same'.

ft i hut a vtgue query, hut it came to ..Ji&cocated, Worth Carolina., tranquillity. Parties are organizing in the dSfr"ferent At St. Augustine, St. Johns county, on TnesPilatka. ,duly antKorbed, inrthV pertor; prescribed |

a win1 with your notefl3y friend, wLether the -The lion. A. \V( Venable,member of Congress, wards bf. the formed
:1 itl go1l of the empire of .Vontezuuia from North Carolina, recently addressed his should the response from.England -to.their,address .-Putnam ,:on'iTuesday, 22d- r e4 id bted t id t

L part the tribute of those distant F 1- constituents at Yanceyvjlle which,according render decisive measures nece.asary. :. The Miy : iIi : t. .' ;> ,i.., tj 7?&;o -' $ make4mme
ic is 8, the Christian conquerors failed to tl o the Milton Chronicle, he proclaimed the foL- military guard for the protection- of the Cover-. -AtMilIbifli, Orange county.'bn' Tneadaj1. : -. .A&CauALpXAREAW4&t ;
owing doctrine; nor and the Parliament is continued.; .Further 2 th.May.i' .. ( -. r; : ,AdiiItiitoi1.3uptcrApU .
JXi old church records of Santa missionaries Fe, and li Mr. Tenable, after discussing Abolitionism, debate upon the Indemnity bill .was postponed-. rAtniOcala.i Marion;county'i. on Monday' 19lhJune. l44- ; -T;: 2 '

As letters from the eirly Dis-union, &,c.. &c.. 'came out.,boldly for each for a fortnight by A majority one, in onler.to. : ; .
l and 1ffintribM
to xie powerful State in the South to pass laws to prevent Northern get a full house., '-On account of the efforts mmle s-At Lat e Lindsay,Benton county,on Monday,
the South West, always, be it 25th June. $T. AU(3DSTlXE.ILpiOBIDjL(
to men from collecting debts in the South-o overawe the deliberations of Parliament by -% : '

I oblerTed, ointng to the sine of unexplored fire and hud re- t prohibit Northern ships, from.coming into the Radicals, it has been proposed iJo, transfer,. At.Fort.Fanning, Levy county, on. Monday, ;4S4_ CrnzE"c. of Flondaand, travsllsnL:

j0who were worshippers Southern ports-and if a, Northern ship at its sittings to Quebec. .- f. -- : 9th July. ;; it"i.: .**< *. ,' < TWiN genralty who may Kave oacMioataf'
fretedinzlj rich mines of gold m their country.- any time chanced to be caught in,a .southern I :,At Tampa,.IlUhborough county, on' Monday,. mum*. 'ViSftST'.4IJGfl$7- will find good >':
aUnited States exploring party 30th ,.. ; ta
: Jnly. i
Mr. Venable confiscate the .. commodations
I ketnt1rY mites of offshoot of says, pro "Cat'U OJLO. Thousand.HUlsP Ihe hacienda tt reasonable rates,1 al the above; t
jnds itself witbin a few un their perty.'" or estate, of the Mexican Jaral, embraces probably -.- -vAti Key )TestMonroe county"on l6nday,. Establishment: 'A Stable immediately'iti thfrt -
re.worsbipper. who say 13th .. .. ., .
Of This is August. -
Ibis U&UO1 and 'who going cven'furth'er than the advocates the largest landed poscssions in the world. rearof Ihe'Hougp, affords thii aecessaryfcotfi
fstber'S cune from this central region, of non-intercourse in this to. It lies .AfViami) : ,- Dade, ewinty>'on' Monday-2011 venience
I of Statejare disposed ; in the northern part of the State of Guan-- for.-persbns travellingwith*"Borses Ii'
iill retain a tradition of Another the golden glories while for it will be remembered that the proposition axuato, and embraces pan of the State of Zacatecas -:- AugUSt. ;.,.: .4, ,. J -:, --'-, .-. : The subscriber awite himself of this pponunl..zty

their ncestral valley. party, made in Camden was merely fore a voluntary and about -.At.FortlP"ierce-StLuciecoaniy,1 thdnk'hisFlnridirfriends *
the Gila heard from an amounts to 50,000 square miles .Monday for4heir-liberal, .
ictually encamping on but ,one entitled to withdrawal o.f intercourse, and the proposition This is larger than the whole of the State of 3d fc'epteral>er.' patronage heretofore. "" # '- '; i
entfrely different source of submitted by Mr. Treadewell to the Committee Tennessee. This nabob.also owns 3.000,000head ;- All persons interested, and vrho have'not already April 7-3t. M. -THOMA&x -

I. mence. of extraordinary of the Prieto quantities by some gold of Safety here, was for prohibiting the lawyers. of live stock. .. mad 6 their! proof are requested to have -_. ., b. _;, :' .
ticked up in the be-1 trap- only from collecting such claims. their witnesses ready and come .prepredtoprove -
off the Indians on their f7oflceis hereby given to allwhom if mar1
cat by ,
who were '
Mr.Venable is a gentleman of weight and tbeircases fully. Settlers on lands here
Lcond Tie-it It was an oversight in Mesars. --;Alnjor concern, the subscribers'will apply/ ,,
influence in North Carolina and his tofore will have .
advocacy unsurveyed ,now an opportuni-s
by1 petition ,
have verified these tLeJudges.of ProbatVfotCol.fumbia
not to renortiasfirastimeand Lewis Figg .01 Nelson
Emory countjvfKy./ "
Albert duties o such extreme measures, amounting in fact to tythidentiy their,|and < ,* and. .lachua..counties '
their thenextoenni'
a virtual dissolution of the union, 'proves that who claims to be the genuine fecurn- -- HUGH ARCHER, of their several t
observations st.md Courts forleave real1
these to sell the
Dtnnltte-J : but even coincidence as with the stories, South Carolina is by no means in advance oi seh Killer,' offers himself as a candidate t ; Agent of the,Interior.April estate of 'the late Jacob, Sumiaer'lin; deceased '
insiruJljjr ,
iry An her Southern sisters in this matter as has been 28, lS4d. '--. -- tloct situated in said 1Sf'
for the Convetion remodel
to u irom ;he opposite side of this ceutnre to the- Counties, ; < ,
aing = ... -
S pretended.-Columbia (S. C.) Telegraph. i'i' 1 1 1 1 i i i'' "i -
| ioncfanttionof sun or fire-worship- Constituiqh of that State. He.ann un. .-. Administrator's Notice.S' ,. : .rnii SUM31EUth .
per which!, they lo possess will neither boundless use themselves quantities of norsuf-gold CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION. Elections ces that he will not only advocate the. IX MONTHS after date I shall present thy THOMAS ROBERT'W.TXDEXTERr4 BROOKS. ?- 5 tfc

fci tTiflZt1 tO: p1 r )Ich. for the next Congress take placeas election of JudoesMagistrates, &c &c.i 1 accbunts anil 'vouchers, to the Hon. the Executors of Jacob- Summerlin., deceased/tndu i
the but will also ofor the Judge I'robntc. for the County of AlacBuiurad Guardians of "* *
, Tuelluuters of Kentucky. an unpretending follows by people, the minor. tirfft.-1. > 't i 4
I bat dee ply interesting account of the daunts -- : eledtTdri) of Preachers', School Masters shill then apply for a final discharge and' lis- April 14. '- '-r
N. Carolina October mission,-cis Administrator1, 'from the Estate of -
ind trials of apart r of adventurers who August 2 Maryland, 3 and Tavern Keepers As to Sberifls
: William 0. Thoraas 'deceased' an'd 'notice
nosed the continent to California, carelessly Tennessee, 2 Louisiana, November 5 : is LIST OF1ETTth :
mentions thenoisy morning devotions of a tribe Alabama, 6 Mississippi, 5 Constables, &c. regards them asiiui.. hereby giveri. to all whom it may concern, that p rMAlNJXG in the S

cfwn-worshippin In-H-mswhom they encotin.ttred Indiana, *' 6 Texas, 5 sances, and says, he. vilj gofor abolish ,shall then pray that: a distribution of said-Es- 3.d villeFla April PoskOffieQ'aVjwkaoiWL 1st *? "*
and the Iowa, C Massachusetts, ((1 vacancy them. He considers it AntiDemocratic tate De 'iaade amongst the Heirs 'of William 0. 1849.? persoaifj
1' ) on a huuiinsexp.lition. ,by way, ing quite Thoaias wishing Letters, from this list, will please uk
I the same unpretending boox gives some strong Kentucky, C ) May 0 .tq grantjfiny ,set.oCjneacx-J deceased' .entitlfld- ,: AliLE.V-'THOMAS to the same. foradvcrtized letters .t, -- .-* ".,... .. RA ,g *j/
LI du respecting the value of the gold regions _
elusive bedevil -
privilegejtmerely and --
to -
north of the Gi la. Making) 'J'urpe'tzne.-Sotne of our Administrator Wni. 0. Thomas. L,4Benehri

The problem can now be solved without danpr fellow citizens, of Barnwell District, S. larrass other people, about paying their Newnansville,'April 28. 1849. '6m.Briciis .' ., Miss 'M L '' !.

1I or difficulty by sixty resolute, well arme-J I Carolina, have gone regularly into the debts while they nev.erpay.their ovn.DR. for Sale >-' Bryan- S ; Calvin, ,',.' -, t-1;; ; I ; 'ik'if4lT ,

menU, the deniable land has nt last fallen business making turpentine. A Mr. ___ : ,c : 't
;i' 1 ;'j T3oU
offers for sale
3I nnJer the strong protecting in care advance of the Union would R. J. Hyslop, of North Carolina, has WISTARS BALSAM OP WILD CHER- rpHE Ihicis[ SUBSCRIBER bf the first'Duality, manufactured hard Carter, Levy ,- i fc.** i- .
and every step they gained Canon.- a ...
be secured to them by the national force. Fremont been civen the planters of Barnwell instructiOns lY.-r-No[ Qaackery-No Deception.-In*setting by himself in the vicinity Jacksonville, at-, Colesj.Cuddy.-- t- Christopher. Lucas: jf j

and other persons have swept above, bekWjflorth as to the mode, and their certificates forth the virtues, of .this, truly great, medicine,: the low pricfe of FIVE-DOLLARS'per thousand.! -- --- - ;rr4: i

I an-1 sou b, east an J west, of the land show that he has them we have no desire to deceive.those, who are.la.. They will beTeiidyibr''delrVery'by 1st day* : : '
traditions given boring under affliction nor do we wish to eulogize of May next.He'assures those.ia want"of thd Decker. William H .j' yl; ; <<; -JP"3 *e* :
wound which are ,
so many exciting .. .'. .. .
flustered;hut none h ive as \ et passed through it: great satisfaction, and demonstrated the it more than it justly deserves. Yet'whenwe article;that th'eycill givetrsfall satisfaction as .A. { ** m '; S2fi #
Even the parties at this mour.'tit bound tor California profitableness of the business. look around and see the Vast amount of ufi'ering ,; any imported' at-such. ..great- .. expense- from the S. Green- Elusha-> I- '* Guilkrd'ai Ae -t Wm: 5j D-
3I by the P-iso del Sore, are following the Air. Thomas Beard, of Beaufort and distress occasioned by.many ofJhe North. Gray.RamcisWT2; ; : ;
known nn l explor..l tracks of Cook and Emory. Bridge Barnwell District certifies diseases in which this medicine has proved so Also tiles well brick, andCrzice bricks will V'JL -

3I -though they run in part: on the domain 01; highly successful, we feel that w cannot urge be furnished,. in- any"quan1tfydesir d. H .
V. Mexico and as suua as they are well opened that with one hand from the 17th day Its claims too strongly, or say too much in 'its ( 'I .3- ''8'A.. BR1LL. HigSinhdthain-Harvey; .-. v ,- ,

till U subjected to her exactions-in prefer' of March to the 24-th day of November p Eiivor. :. ; ? f j- Orders' may be.left at the store of Mr. Hosie, CaptEHhu -2 HllI-Ephraim4. *' i'' "lHurlbart \

tnce to keeping as they should, entirely to thurth he made three hundred and nineteen r Various remedies, it is true, have been offered Chas. DeWaal: in'J'" cks nvii1e' ?"- ,'Lucius'- la- W lter'I-ff". '.'ll :f

oftht Gi/a, on our onn sot/, and in the hni barrels. This brought, after paying- and puffed into notice for the cure'of diseases'of Aprit2L183. : .- -.. -, -. : .. : 1 ..p I
the lungs and have been found *- ei ae 4
tfthc Gold nines o/tie Indian traditions. some no.
I ,
freight, 2 13-100 dolhrs : 'p Kyle, Win L : Key JameaC 'a .-
I doubt, very useful* but of all that have yet'l PRIOSALSFO1 LUMBER ; : -

per barrel $681.74. been discovered, it i& admitted by physicians fjLL be Deceived till jhe'lSth.'jilay foe JL. -
Latest From ,
t Europe, Cost of barrels 25 cents and all who have witnessed effects, that V furnrshing the folio wing description,of L6yd.Mis* JL: ,- LzngfoiJ, W ;k S {

P UIicaI. each S79.75 none has proved as successful as this. For Asthma -' lumber fora Fort at Garden Key, Fla, yiz;. I Long, Cornelius. .
t Shortness of Breath, and similar affections!, .- .v .
I A decisive victory has been gained by the Tools 3.20 it may .be pronounced a positive euro. It has 320 pieces yellow pine, 23 feet by *, > -- : .-: 'M'

Hungarian troops over the Austrian forces inithich ; 8290Xet () cured Asthma in many cases of ten and twenty I Iyears' inches by 8 inches, 47,787 fU b.a. Mann.,.DanielS. ., s Martkttll. Edwd14
,110.pieces yellow pine 32 feet by '
the latter .
lost thirteen hundred : -
t men amtwentyfour standing, after physicians had declared
6 iuchc by&inchesj .-. ,
pieces(YLC.LZ1iOl1. and forty w.jons. the case beyond the reach bf medicine.T -14,080 Nash Oscaz .q
|lLe Austrian jeurul.. ruckner. finding himself product of one hand $598.84- Beware of the and all other SOjOOOstip. ft .2 inch,yellow pina .. t ,, 4' K : : ;
tarrounded by aluitiie This is certainly a pretty fair business Syrups' prep r- plank,12 feet long, 10 inches' f ., -- : '.-. 0.
j-opulation md arations
I cut otf of Will Cherry. Buy none hut the '
S from his commu.-iii.u.'i'ij.'s. iurrcnded the corn Those who hare pine trees in abundance,' genuine. Wistar's-Balsam, signed I. BUTTS: toi? |Iachp3.'ividi; V 80,000" OlBryanyBO'--i i- ;< "?--J -:< (s l f \jjjf .

rand ol his tivo:>. aij with three other General of the right kind, have the equal of at'j on the wrapper. .- "- 123,000 r supftiinchboardsQ IZjVe .?._ .;:" : __ ,.-. p. MZS viWrit;
I iSccrs threw hi:: vf under the protection o California Signed I. BUTTS the feet, IStet, or,24 j j ,.,*j. -'? '
mine. Constitutlonalist. on ir
gold -Jlugusta wrapper. Pekham.Wi-2 fflSSiili-
,ieet'lofagabout! 12 ioch"e"s V. :.; ?
\J' 'i
t tie Itussians it IVallachia. Per sale, wholesale and r taW by'* v' 4: ., -, ,-, ] ;
I Bern, the Hunjurian General, is in almost uniispuUble T. 0.' HOLMES & CO,' wide", :; -25,0po "v, .c5.Pai '-f & i'r 4j" .
$ :12,000 sup. ft 1 inah 8trfps.r4 in- .J.'t.: -. .. ;
povwsioa of Transylvania, and istuking Jacksonville. Ft i I : > : ? ; ; 1' 4 r: !a
1S.. preparations for the capture of Con- Taking it coolly on a Bridal j\'ight.- And by druggists generally throughout .the dies wide, 6 leet.* 12_ fetcr' Rogers. ; :WmL/--iJ-. : Randell/CaplH If**

.tndtthelist city in tae Kingdom which iskidbrthe.Austriuw. The greatest case of a bridal night that United States. .--- Mny 12.MAlftlNC ,;- ts feet1qDg1. ;. s ',- --. fill 1'- li Tir:":?ff f '- ? 4

The state of .blockade we ever heard of, was that of Prince -------- -.- -- -'' - -t ; - .- SteYens.MissT.Salas% h -l'
ahich Vieua. -;----- ---- --- : . -, : J7,867: _- ) Joseph. -
has H -
been so long continued I I -
Galitzin of Prussia in the last ITELLIGiNCE:" bparkman.Robtidbarj ..
2I "a formally itLiiounceJ to have teni.iuated on; centu ) -' The.li/mVf JBUs) he of good,quality.yellow- Spheu. Chr.stoper
3 ,4 t 31stMurch. and martial law was abolished. ry. The prince having turned Catho I. PORT OP JACKSONVILLE- MAY1ARRIVED $ : ,plne; striugh't'gr.aneu, free frcin;.shakes, knots John ,, $.Ifmt1)Rich.ad ;

|tw Vienna papers contain detailed accounts of'fc ) lie, the Czarina Anne, among o.her ----- ,__L_: -L I .. and j1and.betruto: th'e dimensions _, l -; - 'T.i '! 't ItTcwse

; capture flai destruction of the town of ways of punishing him for what she -, /" .'> : .' -> -:' .;;Progosiils uius s te.Jthe ;amountperthou-i: dagF'' 'oWse d.Cb.ssWtO
b s in'jl "a'tw'liich| ,the'luner wijl, bs, deliveredatGiirden 1 '. ,
cutvihcAu.srriins. and the general and considered his condemned; May 5-Sch'r J. W. GariOr.'tfoWnseiri "SI Y) Vai w7irj : .
opostacy, ? : key ..
4 siscriiaiajte slaughter of its inhabitants. ,; at.threej eparate ircs.alipwmn,I!' .j' 1y --' .%. l'i ; i'i.iitaey.Ass .
'7 \ *ta. eieb-e ofeigUt days, the town, or rather him to marry n woman from among (he- ," .5 Brig.Jtoniague, tcss, Boston. an iu yal of riot -nKjre than two months betwe.en WalF

fcrousotwhat WHS the town, fell into the lowest class of the people, took the ft BrigHelen B. FiskeOdoroiN.; Y.'f e1e1iy5ry-thid! the first Cargo to befuruish'ed WarThom'a,8 Capt Isaac Wilkinson.Asa ; .f j 4 j

I ,>Id10f theAustrjaus. The place was bomJeJ "happy couple" to the famous Ice Pal; s-Brig Atchafalaya.Menrs, St. Augs'e. ."withln a wo juqnths .atter-the. date ofagreement. Whifcherj.John ?- t, WhelwrightCap WaHron, John It L

e .'4crderej.lor six and hours the, when a general assault ace hear the Neva, and. compelled them "'- '- J'.: I wish to retain.the privilege gf iac elaSing ojreducing'the'above Wakefield; Levi S .
streets -
1 carried -
were at 4
1 1.rloitkI ofthe bayonet, an.l the unresistingin- to.pass .the night m abed composed Mi5-Brig'3ias. \ --t rlis, ,t..Prehle"- [. "* !'EaSt. .- ;i JIaven.j amount SO QQifet, and also ] JacksonvilleAi1frjS41tl. JOHN.3LTPON; K,3r
of substith'tmg'iSO dOO-feit ..1'P' !
Lltauts rre driven into their dwellings, wholly of ice. 3irch'pank, for -'-,. ?
the fteV21irich'pUhfcJthe: ---
'ic cre set on firo over their heads, nnd Take IToticc. quantity and -
3. beI j inhabitants were involved in one I Island of Cuba.-The Island of Cuba USDERSlGNEDwonld; call pbrtienlar' kintUy be fixed, howevetrfbffQre; the contractis .AdmInIstratorsNoflce.! ;
THE signed.; The offers sh< ird bemade; with-this SALE OF REAt ESTATEaL.wv: ;
ptIer4ruin. -
contains three thousand five h'undred to the fa.ct.Jhat sell- :
they cheap .
J" --
understanding. 'if ,
> \
.1I Ornuinrk nnd'S'LCe'Uils t'ru.in. superficial league of 'fau'd, only .two. indebted for CASH alone.. They respectfully request all- Eighty per cent on the value .t-of each argowill flURSUNI

been received of :hezccowt :. filths of Avi.ich &1t0. culih'uled. .Of the. to them.to make immediate yaymentj be paidjOAJt jdeliTeiyf the*iulxnctf being anqruerfliuievjBfljteoii'ro' ;.
as they will onfir adherefto the cash Li&k ip.uvaljCounty of is.
of hostilities between Denmark and system, till the whole.is ; atiyLiriJler .
I ?'tLg The Danish fleet in remaining three-fifths now unused, one and will give no credit .future. .. -, : rejained fl1idt0jflsureth efaithfu'l -ofi Q! U.Pnblfft'Anction, on'tbe |rst
S Tortress onieckenforde., attemptiug'to cap25 is nrobablv valueless! leaving one-hnll- COOPER & REAB.. "'ThePensacola rirnancepfthe arg nen1 .p Monday .in April; nfktenfuing, a iha "usual 'P t:
were totally GAzf tte will please,copy.tbrectSmes
of t May J2jlS49. e- <> ** < tf.1 b hours of Sheriffs'sales,the following] seribe
its agrictilttnal deyelopet |
c1j 5lndal5ne of battle ship and aTrigate! resources' '' and fiend thebz1,.with a.pVpercontaining estate of.Eliza.AIiC'iichtondeceasetLion8u : .
1i1o the hanl3 of the Prussians. These has twelve cities ten.towns brie hut '" tbo' d-vertisejn tftin v" -;,;. V' teal 1
'e I n. ,
!** rouudetl -. .: .Notices i } 4 .. ',- -1r n rj tbi4l3OLac r s o f'.Lltnd-mor, -
reach the
S of tlae lot; aui, of guns dred'und eight villages, and ninety-six HEREBY'forewarn -faU,persons from "- or less j ,tuated oa tlj.e St. Jpluos Riverl in.Du
taking fire .soon afterwards I"DO' ; ,
they In 184-1 _t val antL bounded ontiie
hamlets. the Cpuntyj, South
i *BJ'llld all boirj lseven hundred! population was, for a certain promissory1 note drawn1 oiei' IeTl .'.tiiI and'East
erishL Adtpatcb dated the 3d of April I) exclusive of soldiers', ? and resident foreigners by myself, inrfavor-bfJattV Cooper/Iir'tlTe1) i by {n dis of 'iileanor: A. Crichton, West by'SCJoh

by the. Danes of all the I 1,007,624 j but 'a' more recenl sum of S500, payable 1st January; 164" L1 L ijA River, Ifprth. and-. Eastby.-lan .s.of Calvin -
.. endorsed him .Reed, JS'prtt by lands.oLCbarles Byrae-
8. by to Charles P. Cooper,wjseqneiitly sul -
?Le census has shewn ah;jncr.ease f abouithree 4 t'1j the
Eh endorsed the'satae'to C I&bB$41 '.it 2Ijt same beipgtone-eighth4| a tract of
f Prussia had declined the accept- DIRT3II1QZJiTATZ...... .. t 1
t .
hundred thousand About om lanJ pwnedJ.'y.th.ltoJphn7 riclitu know
;. -
A. HlColer --
COttheImflperial Crown wf anJ ers; or to Aafbeftam payments hayf -.--, e
e. at Fran kiort.Ilaly. Uermany, half of the population is.black, and -ol f been made upon i&idnoleiby'mej j icfiTb2vyfiL"s, 1 LY : tqthe.iJWi-ty fourth v
the from, 'o'ne-foUrth11 to onethird been credited on thesarnePeionbeorui1, I F
negroes; : .-.krc1i entilled
I > ofeQeaseiL
0 ..tftifii*!' iiTe: been received from Turin, are free., About ope/ourtfr of the. do end BO rsers at'theirris'k,'or.holdersj16r nuder t thIs utthaersof' oil
I rf Jf tjlt after Gen. ALirmora..a Pied imports are from the"United States. termined'not to ay 1aid: ihtc, unIes cer&Ii- .I 49iLlThi ) ;] _- ,.._, :.d,.. .' -
I *-.. .Xieoer-l. had botabirded ''Genoa for creditsare d lymAiI Arnepa ani cRuboK Mexicp ofth fiW iiawa: 4itrMff i44;
":-utr: ai4 the city had been *etLtceijj Intended Visit oftRt x-King Sardinia .4 :. f k12ag ehousa&lgl,I j i..'***!* ** "*'*** 1"' 05-'t:4' s *'

** deputation frwm the jjmericd.fh& unfortunate' 5184. -it-rb-lQvei1ftjs postponed qjliePjr* 2'
; c3fi1, httI Foceeded .-. p_,; '- .& : t rrf ;
7f. tp.his camp on CI, Charles A-lbet who 1iar ztctid M&ridon1hjs : th ( ; 3 JO.f.VAIiVOMez.ic 1ondayin'3Iaynext. '- -

.. : toty.eigbt1iOur ? to doep ....1otice.,._, -- .- -- i ,,,
.z pn.ced to .Turin, to ar nge"a way toOpo itt ot1i weafter&1daTeJ halt pp1j to b\ I c K h I

1. ; i'l ; I1ictieputatfon" proceeded 'to" tendi, sotxieoLiepaperae) give Ut Sv

.5, ?tutal: arrhd on tile' 7th. ouM HresideJn tle-latler/tctt FI for l e' 1I t'f 4 .et&'or aiiiivm'tt feff ttotLatn4 ;
1- es'hd, taken plact in !
who a tat' 111c1'
sons are intimately 'acquatt! : BItT
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: & eILnsie for, In many- aeeoiat'besente1ebr4'4cirab j' 'd'J -' --V !Li fithc UitLobsbt ,.n ; ;wil
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Jri1g ran energetic *lectoral strul ia1e8l;Zip1pJae, ve be s-is r4tttMomtaLc jl :t.-| ; '

*reXo. thixtyyicsnI'eit iflrt% lier hu:been.'fixedipppo fojrJU.per'M i'--i- i:1 ,: ,i.Au-For saleby iiAJMREED. .

en&b) } in consequence 'of deaths manrntresiderice' r ** w *' n I aeftTExIcntrdit IbhOc .i Dec. : $(.4 ,

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d ft Honorable THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge .- : : : : ,, ,, .... ':JI! N 'f': / Qli': :fj r t ,1 she ly unable commenced to & lan nsing.yourBamm WM as helpleiut.,'
1 ; of Ae Baton Circuit of the State of SSRS. HOL'1IE8Et'CO'; : have removed .,'! she immedJate11:benD.:to J'pA h '--t .
1TJL their 'stock of ltIercharid1t to the'large' 58 Cedair.;Street iVeivork.; her
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) Florida:- -* "' **s >- V'J'Z F.: ** '* *
building formerly occupied the United States;; .ral. boUles she;is restored, ,B .

:q THB Petition CRASDUHC. C. YOXOK, Attor- known as"'the Government Building. They' mmi ,'JIU1Dtlqli) ;jSiISBiBjLATE 1 1rl ;case 1 thought It D gh' do good to a : ,
\ the United States for have added to'their stock the late arrivalsfrom ltd 1 P8WiII: t
:: and Agent of by Shelled;number ...
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c' the. purchase of certain lands, hereinafter de- New York a full assortment; Dry Goods, i a 1 1I ;nogOod ._, Y
t scribed 'respectfully chows unto your Honor: Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, '&c.&c, :, 'Occupy the 'spacious;'FIVE STORY;WAREHOUSE < JOmtM1JL1.1m.87-r ..!"' .

t.,... That the United States desire to purchase, acquire which they are prepared to sell at 'reduced No:56 CEDAR. STREET,-the canons 9a r t .-: ,

"( hold, own, occupy and possess, for sites I prices. of which is devoted, :to the,exhibition and sale. ., TO.THL: LsD1E : a ,.J .r:
t ,'I $ }
,: on which to erect and maintain forts, maga They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, 'oriI +Sin 16 Article'ct. 'l GREAT FEMALE iDL

'::1 3 lines arsenals' dock-yards, and other needful Hides, and other produce of the country 1 at the p;R i.tf TED.' :c':A11 o Q',E;Sf.1 TotPi sin D'a 11WDICIA- Ii
buildings or some of them, the following described highest Market rates, and make cash advanceron OARdAAttiLLj{.a
fi 1 lands, to wit: that tract of land situated consignments to their'' friends in Savannah ot'Their present Stock;:consists :of!nearlyOne I iAN a nd speedy r ,torJJ1c1pitnt eoDI1nD "' .

..j on Amelia Island, iu the County of Nassau, and Charleston, or New York. Thousand!Packages' ,: : : for the' general proBtration' 'of ";

! !t in said State, known as: the McQueen Grant, They have a new ''article' of Wrought Iron Embracing some THOUSANDS of-different ENTIRELYVEGETABLE, COMPOUND. matter" whether the result of inhsrent..... .

J Morth: of Eagua Creek, bounded: North East Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call patterns" and colorings,-and comprising every ; HISMEDICINwaarepandbyaregnIarPhyslclan' or caaaes,..produced by, '1rieuJarit.,' ,- '!
,:: and West by the waters of river St. Mary, and the attention of Planters. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and ," and is.the result of an extensive ICCIdent. .-

r t.; tOt South by marsh of said creek and by lands of Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf DOMESTIC.All practice" of_ 8e'fera11ear8 Jin a' bilious 'climate 'Nothingcan'b ;m V4W- ,
...;} BateheloC,running North 70 East from marsh of which are offered for sale, for cash or, Those who haye'1Jsed'U: themselves,or Yigorating'.effects on the auKkSf H*.
R.. R. REID & CO.MESSRS. satisfactory credit at the LOWEST PRIGbythe 8, sons all weakness, and'luatn :
,; ., on this boundary, c nta.ining.400 acres, more seen its salutary effects upon others, need no dei;_ '
.w: or less. That the said lands are owned by the farther.evidence of its peat.'T&1U,8; 'The h ltofthousnnds at once become robust and full''otQ< ji

,..r: heirs of John McQueen deceased, who reside R. R. REID & CO. having leas- PIECE: OR PACKAGE.New > 'has1: been perfectly-restored! J>y its influence: It immediately' C U tetnti 'e
;;, f limits of the State of Florida to Wharf and the buildings attached, 'received. day nerreleasnessoftbe"temalefram: ;
beyond the Styles are rimosteyery this medicine; whe>i< all :othetremedies.hate, : ed
.:J. wit: Elba MacKay, Mary Anne 'Styles, and are now prepared in connection with their and many of them are got up for our own sales, failed. Its'operation 'is'no, simply to 8Upe: dthe'disease'tnra greatause: of barrennsa. '_." ...,- t
Willam MacKay Ralph E. El- DRY GOOD, GROCERY, HARDWAREAND be found elsewhere. It will nol be expected bf tl 'F'r
<.1 Benjamin Styles and not to :l. time;but' to' pnrif ;the system -Ia ii''io I.I
: MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- 0-. Printed lists of prices corrected from delIcate, a nature. to eihibitcerti<<: "
. and restore it to_ .sound,and perfect: health.A '"' &M .II
KENT, to do a GENERAL COMMISSION with variation in the market orinedr but) we ciu assn .i .II
day to day
every ;. small Treatise on the 'Causes, tteatnensect t _..._,....Plei f d
';:;:' llaeEay and Sarah MacKay} Abram B.Fannin, BUSINESS. are placed in the,hands of buyers. cure tteer..J d ague and other diseases'of uudreda otaisea bar e :.: :-.

!< McQueen McIntosh Georgia McIntosh, Florida Their charges are established bytheSavanj Merchants will be 'able to form some idea of bilious climates way oe had gratis of the un Da:TowiraEtD.j., e I '1f
.to ., Fanhin and Jane Fannin, who is troll rates. the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe dersigned.Also tressed by weaknessand leD ral5 f'I

'-::; e minor, and John N. Lewis her guar- They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail state; that the value of our usual stoc 'ot numerous certificates from men: of thehighest anffen a g continually! 'by Pai n sad 'wlUtJ l. 1Y

.';) din .Jacob Read, Sr, Jacob Read, Jr., James Steamers at this place, and are now enabledto this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the.value of : 'respectability, testifying to the great difficulties,-and u11ng bOWD.-... kbcre; .... ,.

"' Read and John R. Read, a minor, who resides offer sorry facility to the Merchant,'Planter. the entire stock of dry goods usually. kept by efficacy,of this medicine, 'can be seen on application medicine;, "has, effected' :kreit. "ceazi d .,;;
.4 in Savannah, Georgia, and whose guardian is and the Public generally. I our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together to hearing it recommended for each f i.ati

I.' Mrs. William G. Read,who resides in Baltimore, Goods consigned to their care will be received with the fact that our means and our T. O. HOLMES & CO. described, I obtained a> bottle tjQul l1' :;
John Williamson, Julia Williamson and forwarded with despatch. being divided of Sarsaparilla followed -
:t Maryland, attention, instead among vast the dam
1/' : William McQueen, Anne McQueen. Your: pe- 'Their Store, Office and Warehouse are situA- variety of articles, are devoted wholly to onE, Agents for Jacksonville and Hnmty ga".e' me. ID a_short perioditrtmoved as
informed and believes that.William ted convenient to the Wharf. ,Jacksonville,,Feb. 24,,1849. 6m and .*,
" titioner is will render the advantages which we.can offerto plaints restored her to health;! ? .
f;? McQueen resides in California, and that all the Palatka, St.John's' River, E..F., January 13, dealers perfectly obvious; and ,it shall1 be DR. TOWNSENIXS 'COMPOUND"EXTRACTSARSAPABIULA. grateful for the betiefita-she' recehtl=fS1 ,

::- other heirs whose names are above set forth, 1819. ly our care that none who visit our establishment pleasure thus'acbowJedgmgliud'" 1' .,

.t,! reside in the State of Georgia except Mrs.William II I I-- shall meet with any disappointment.Our ; mending It to the public! ? .

:t ; G.Read, as above stated. Your petitioner A. ,1 1. REED assortment is complete at all seasons of .This Extract is ,put up an, quart bottles-It is M. D..MOORS; cor.ot Grand litj'dI'Uuta. t.t

'1 further states that the United States and the hand a.well the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. six times cheaper, pleasanter and warranted superior AlbanyAag,1844., ;

I t owners of the said lands cannot contract or HAS constantly ofGroceries on assorted S.J-B.F. LEE, formerly of the firm of to any sold.; It cures, diseases without TO!!PIiEB'S'.ANp Dfd L 4

f- *gree for the sale or purchase thereof. lie Lord & Lees, and late senior partner the,original romitpg,yura rlgrickeningordebjlitatingthepa- ThIs RBIEDTAD j

: therefore prays that a venire may issue to theSheriff Provisions, Dr Goods, 'firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con tient and is particularly adapted for a 11 prepared ExtractofS&rl3parillahaabeQ'. in,reference to emaleUC: t S

', y \ or other proper officer of the Circuit Hardware nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE., No female who has iif
!;L Court of Nassau County, requiring him to sum Crockery: &c., viz ; business in connection with ,Messrs.Lee &. The great beauty,and superiority of this Ear proaching that critial reason to snpp08e fietriniB! 2e
to be and before Superfine Flour in bbls and bbls over-all other remedies is it period, f
:w mon a competent jury appear ii ; Judson,and ,assures his friends that the new saparilla era should! neglect to take it. SSS
'( .: ,cur Honor on Wednesday the 23d day of May Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; concern shall have the same pre-eminence in, dicates disease, it invigorates the ventivefprany of the as it is a .

.a r next, at the Court House in the county of Nassau Hams, Bacon, Pork, F M Bee,Pickled Tongues;; this branch of trade, which formerly' 'distinguished body, consumption cured, diseases to. which: females numerous andD_

, Y to hear and finally determine the value of Mackerel, Cod sh Salt, Rice; the other two houses to whieh he be cleanse and strengthen, time of life.' This are subject sw. -,

:,I r the said lands. And your petitioner further Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, i longed. June 25,1847. 2y consumption can.be ,cured, several period may be dt1a1ed fer .

. prays that an order may issue to a competent Irish Potatoes; I .- bronochitis., consumption, liver complaint, less valuable years by using this medicine: Nat isq ..
for those
.. surveyor, authorizing and requiring him to Sperm Oil, Candles; Manufacturers' ,Supply Store. colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spit. womanJtood who are a pw C
r survey the said lands,and to make a plot thereof Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; ting of blood,soreness in the chest, : as it is calculated to'asast DIbn fI.

. .. and report his proceedings to your Honor, on Muscovado Sugar, N Molasses; OSCAR SCHENCK & CO., hectic flush, night sweats, difficult by quickening the blood and in G
,.. 4 Ir before Saturday the 19th day of May next. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised or profuse expectoration system. Indeed, ,this medicine is inTIl''lol 4
' No. 132 WATER STREET CORNER PINE all the diseases to which I
:'r: And your petitioner further prays that after Sugar; OF and painin women ariA A.

';r 1 the legal notice has been given to the said Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, TurpenJ lYBr.YOa'KI the side, &c. It braces the the, whole system; renev.pe2Zlal. r

S ewners,their legal representatives and guardi- tine; I. DEALERS have and ently natural energies-by IfwmD,-\b I
pians the value of said lands have London Porter Port Madeira impurities of the body-not eofarstiaukfet
,,.. and after and Champagne Cotton, Woolen, Silk nnd Carpet Mans can becured. the
Wine system as to produce a stihsequentnluik
ascertained in
been manner prescribed by ; .
,,' the statutes of Florida of IS-15 and 1849, to the Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. fac1tirer> Article: Probably there never was a remedy that has, tion, which is the case of most medicines tat rr .I

...;_ satisfaction of your Honor, nnd after survey A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- AND MANUFACTURERS OF been so successful in desperate cases of consumption for female weakness and disease

'' thereof duly made under the direction of your Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta \VEA VERS' REEDS, HEDDLES as this;, it cleanses and strengthens the DISEASE OF ,THE HEART, nil?:
.:: Honor that Honor will order and decree Ribbons TUBE AND DROPSY., -.,- ',
your ; BOBBINS &c. system and appears to heal the ulcers on the :
.. the said lands to be conveyed in due form to Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'd and unbleach'd SPOOLS lungs; and the patients gradually regain their r DR.. NEW Yost,July.22,1841. t
the United States, to be held, owned, and possessed Irish Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; usual.health and strength. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife >hi .
for the sale of the latest
Agents improves! been afflicted with
_ t by them for the purposes aforesaid ;- Cambrics, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; CURIOUS'' CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There a disease oftheletrtudwith t

4: and that a copy of this petition be published in Hosiery, Hdkf's, Gloves, Suspenders; SHEARING AND NAPPING' MACHINES, is scarcely a day but'th' .a terrible rupture, for over,fifteen jfoi .

., some newspaper in this State for two months Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; WOOL PICKERS, CLOTH WINDERS, number of cases of Consumption passes r area the greater part of the tine She ,has ICQ )
before the day appointed for the hearing. And Wine white.and brown Linen Drill for reportedcured as troubled with shortness breath and gmt fat.
k &c by use Townsend's .
Sarsaparilla.The terin the heart tI
; your petitioner as in duty bound will ever &c, &c., &0 : of which has been.TOT& tI

.:{ pray, &0. C. C. YONGE. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel Oils.-Sperm, Lard and Olive-and Oil Soap DR.following. TowxsERD-was recently Dair Sir eived: For: the last tressing, and has frequently been .unable ti

;" Att'y and Agent of the United States. and whale bone frames; March 17, 1849. 2m three leave her bed. The rupture was very hrjt J
I have been afflicted with
'.. Hardware years general and severe. She tried almost remed .
.' & Cutlery-Knives Scissors Razors every ,fin
; debility and nervous of the last
': On motion of C. C. Yonge, Esquire, Attorney Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, In Justice's Court-Columbia stage, and, did not expect to ever gain health such had taken wises with but little- benefit. 'WLeajli 4
my but three bottles .
and of the said United States Tea Trays your eictEal .
' I Agent ;
17."! It is hereby Ordered, That Joshua A. Coffee, Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets,Saws; County, Florida at all.under After the going through a course of-medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of the diseaa f
of the
,care some most distinguished
of the heart and .
'i of Duval County, in the State aforesaid Carriage Wrenches Halter Chains Pots the rupture has aImed a
.J Esq., Kettles Sam'l. S. Wester, ) ATTACHMENT.. regular physicians and members of the
; .i be and he it hereby appointed to survey the &c., &c.; vs. Debt I tirely disappeared. H .
J $46 Board of Health in New York'and elsewhere
j c't tract of land in the foregoing petition mentioned A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. James C. Green. ) Bon filed for, 92TIlE and spending the most of my earnings in'attempting much She swollen.has also had We.t.he.dropy had idea, and that'was ten A-
A Gooq Assortment no e mid :
Crockery and !
: Ware.
',,, And it it further Ordtred. That the said Joshua Boots # Mow-Men's,Women's and Children's Defendant and, all others interested to regain my health; and after.read- be so benefited, as she had such.a..cpaplfatui

y A. Coffee, Esq., do make a true and correct Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A hereby notified of the commencement ing in some paper of your:Sarsaparilla I,resolved .of diseases. But it has,Ss strange as irma appear f'
of this suit returnable to try it. After"usmg six bottles I found
to Justice's
. a Courtto relieved her of the dropsy. I
: said of land with of am start
.t of the tract together variety Fancy Articles
survey Perfumery, Medicines be held at Johnsville for the Ninth Distn.. done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange as to
and the field notes thereof and &c.Jacksonville appearalmost -
'j a plat proper of said the first your office ; with your advice I kept on and do
. county, on Saturd.y in April, like fiction but it is nevertheless sobs
that he return the said plat and field April 15 1848. 50
: survey ly A. D. 1849 and to and most heartily thank you for advice. I .
:c '. notes to me the undersigned, Judge of the Cir- appear. plead to the in the your persevere reality Your Sarsaparilla i} certainly a fa] .'
taking and have
: euit Court for the Eastern Circuit of the Statef WM. S. LAWTON same. Sarsaparilla, been uable medicine, and should be used by er sty -:<
r."t in Given under my'hand and seal, this 20th able to attend to my usual labors for the lastfour one that is suffering as ne have been., If any ...
office Jacksonville in Du
: my .FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT day of January. A. D. 1849. months, ,and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account they are at liberty to
r, val aforesaid in the State aforesaid ,
.,1 County JOHN W. PRICE, [L. s.J and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health. call at my house and have ocular deacnstntioa.Yours I
before tho Charleston .
certified 19th S.
, nn or Saturday C.
duly Justice of the Peace, I t. helped me,beyond the expectations of all that
' respectfully,
.ti day of May next. REFERENCES G. Jauden, Esq;, near Jacksonville Jan. 27, 1849. 3m.I knew my case. CHARLES QULMBY. WILLIAM TOW8EBUaaewtm ,
' And it is further Ordered That the matter of ,
1. E. F. Essex Co.NJ. .
Gov. Orange
; C. J. McDonald, Ga. C.Fiirman Aug. 2,1847.
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4' the said petition be set for hearing before me Esq. Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F.H Dnvol Coast, Tax Collector. hale I State of New Jersey, Essex County, .-Cha s. DYSPEPSY.. ;. .;

''l. :0: the undersigned House in, Nassau Judge as County aforesaid in the, at Stateaforesaid thej Elmore, Charleston, S. C. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or me>lidine has ever been

' Court the of February 19,1848 ly i iI I have levied upon and shall expose fur I his oath sail h, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastriejafci .1.s.
' to the said
:: according prayer sale, before the Court-House door.in the Town true,according to the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decent posing food and atrengthaoj 1

.f$. .. petitioner, on Wednesday the 23d day of Maynext I A dministrator's Notice.-All per- of Jacksonville, on the first Monday in Junenext belie, CHAS. QUIMBY. the.organs of digestion as this prepantica of ,
: at one p. m. rsons indebted to the Estate: of Joseph the lands Sworn nnd subscribed to before me at Orange
I ((1849)) "following or so much Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every e II rf
Ordered That ,
f And it is further a copy of the Bergallo, late of Nassau County, Fla., deceased, thereof as will pay,the State Taxes due thereonfor the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howeversevere or chronIc..

:';t t said petition,and of this order, be published for will come forward and make immediate pay the year 1848, vi :- Justice of the Peace BANK DEPARTMENT,,ALBAPY,May 10 1843.Dir.TowNsENDSir .
the of two months before the said 23d ,
, period ment. And all whatever
'' f persons having demands 2.000 acres of Land, situated on Nassau River: : I have been dided
.' e. day of May next, in "The News a public the said will ,
against estate, render them and Houston's Creek, adjoining lands of John TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for. several years with dispepsia in,its t ad
. r i newspaper, printed and published at In.ckson-I in within two years, authenticated as the law Houston-particular boundaries unknown Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomach 10 0 '

'':'j YUle, in Duval county aforesaid. directs, or this notice will "be plead in bar of purporting to belong to Sandiford Holmes. not heard of one-: that used Dr.Townsend's of appetite, extreme heartburn. and a pi
. GIVEN under hand at the of Tal1ahuaee
j. my their D.
recovery. A. A. Sarsaparilla in time lost children the past .
; CANOVA any aversion to all kinds of food,'and for tra
in the State this 2d
=;' March, A. D. 1849. aforesaid, day of JNO. A. CAVEDO, Tax Collector Duval Count71! summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I have been unable to rtoia
Administrators. Dec. 4th 1848. Dec9-6m died. The certificate publish below con IlrW*
but a small portion on stomach.
I Judge Fernandina, Feb. 24,1849.2m clusive evidence of its value, and ,is only snot usual remedies, but they had .but JIUluu"*
Jf > March 10 1849. 2m t
Adm'lnls rator'8' Notice.ALL instance,of its! saving the lives, of children. : effect in removing the complaint. I was isdw-

:?". CHARLES DEWAAL PERSONS. indebted to the estate of DR.:TOW ksssD-'Dear Sir: I had two children ed,about two months since;to try your ExtnH

1 Land for Sale. AUCTIONEER, George Church, late pf Duval county, 'cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer r of Sarsaparilla, and I must say with little CCj

';::% |g& We offer for sale two tracts of Land, JACKSONVILLE E. F.' Fro, deceased,will same forward and'make immediate complaint and dysentery one was only 1 5>> fidence; but. after using nearly two ,

'.J ; i;c.on. of which was purchased from J no. M. JS-SALES in payment: And all persons whatever months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and theketrttoft.
. Lake and consists any part ef the County attended "'demands very much:reducedj and we expected they would i'
to Bowden, situated George, to and having againstihe said estate, ''will: entirely'removed,, and I would JI
respectully solicited.
0:f of three hundred and fifty acres, more or less, Jacksonville render' them in within two years,
i It pine land, hammock, with a large orange May 6,1848Information .ted as the law directs, 'or this notice will be. When the doctor informed us' that afflicted sa.I;have ee1J.1 ;. Yoan;k

: =t '. frove. The other was purchased from WilliamGardiner pleaded in bar of their recovery. we, must lose'them We 'resolved to try lOur W.W.V, t
. situated near the above mentioned Wanted. Sarsaparilla we hail{heard so much of but had '
. LAWBENCB'RYAN* Adm'r. .N. B.. fPurciafeno ebut, ichash;+> f' 1Buildia -
; tract on the St. John's River, and consists of OF EDWARD TIMMONS, Merchant, who Jacksonville, Feb., 24, 1849. 2m little confidence there being so much stuff ad I'ers that hide the bottle,completel' aDd"Tl-

,+:"", two hundred and fifty acres, more or less,-oak New Orleans left Dublin about fifteen /eard ago for I vertised.jthat i ie>worthless: but we. arq, T ro'diankf'111 the. irrittensignatw ie of 8.Princip .,TOWlS. ZNA.;
.: and pine land. and is supposed to beat present A dministrator's Notlc'e.'SbdIoIITRs. .- that we"did, for it undoubtedly saved Office J26 Futon at.Sua $,

, .. The above lands will be offered for sale at in Florida.. Full particulars on the subject of XJL-- .after date,. I shall apply,to the lives Of bothT: write this',that others may N- ;Y.;1tedding&s.co::8 StaEe d. ;:;

'!' Public Auction, at the Court House at Jackson inquiry of his letter to Ireland last year can be the Hon. Probate Judge;'of Columbia county induced to'use it. Yours,respectfully, & 8 nit\1S$ Nor&BeconkPbilsd

''I' vine, OB the second Monday in June, A. D' obtained by answering this advertisement._ for Letters of;D.ismiision Administrator on 1. :JOHN WILSON 'Jr. Hance, druggist,', Baltimore;,Dare\ 'co.
ti(t. THOS. J. JONES Any information respecting him will be thank the Estate of Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn 847. < '.:.,I\
;.t Henry Clefton,late of said county' SePt,151 1 Rlchmondj,P..M.Cohen:',Ch&lJes&cm'j
;. 4 .' JNO. S. S.UUlIs.tt fully, received. by deceased. JOHN' CLEFTON Adm'r. ,.,LUNATIC,4SYLUM.: &
Jacksonville, March 24th, 1848. 2moJ. Counsellor at Lam CHAS. M. C. DELANY, Jan. 27,1849. 6m of James CumminAsq.: one; of the Assistants Peirl t. _:n..vaii Boeiirk m"eor.0b
\ 69 Nassau "' Ay nmBlacktrell'aIelandiatse11 h a ,
;;: Laud for Sale. April 28, 1849., 4w [ cute.Siit,, MONTHS; aftbr.date; ,' I< ah : gentleman5 spoken .of in the'/ollowing latter principalDruggists i and.blerc!; u
'; r SALE between nine and ten thou J. i ,present accounts and , Wedhdiea andot
MFOR : ; my vouchers as Ad ** .1.: RHEUMATISM: ;* 11 .hrough ut:,be II.Aited S

.jr i i of Land, situated in Nassau 'East, Boston, mihistratpr.bf the.;.Estate .Of'';Francis.'Richard, ,This Is only one'of more than'four thousandcases tHeCanadas.February;: ;. .,A., .M:' J At I
County. partly near Nassau and partly Mny23d,1847. late of.Duval County deceased to.itheHonorable VlArJ.
near St : of rheuinatisi thai Pr4 Townsend's Bar ,JacksonT e,
; Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Mr.: S. W, Fowle-Sir: I have seen so much of Judge ofProbateof said county, for a final saparilla .has cured--The; most and 26, 18481' 11
The above the virtue "Wistars, Balsam of Wild settlement said Estateand :jBeyere _
Grant is Cherry
heavily timbered pine ; shall,at the same chronic cases"are l ItS-ex': -
I ;,; land;conveniently situated upon water courses, that I feel it my duty to add my testimony in its time, :apply: for ;Letters- of. Wni 8ionaa,8uch' 'traordbi if virtues weeklyeradicated:' '--, ; t.- : ;>y'.. :- '. < ; :; .S.ALO"ON'
-to; with the exception of about five hundred acres praise, My son, aboatl4 years of ageJhas for AdministratorphichallperaousInterest: ; ed' BLACKWEIL'SISLAND ,BILLIARD, ; : ;

of heavy hammock land upon the St Mary the last ten months been afflicted with a''severe in said.Estate, are desired to take notice. ,'DE. ?TonsEND-l1: fiif>t'Sept.I tavV 14,1847.suSered c f .r '.AMP,

River. The whole or any portion. will be sold. cough, pains in the aide, and body, and a gradunl ; STEPHENS.:FEBNAN1)E; J.IAdm'r.\ terribly for,;jnine.-year*with'the'rheuiaatism BOW ING' iLLEY'
eheap for cash. Apply to ,' wasting until he was but a mere Hvingskel-, January 20,1849. ,.pm j t .ha "I
'conjsiderable of.thejime J/iCouldnot eat fflJ :Sub8 rf" : '
WILLIAM HICKMAN. eton. I had had theadpce of three. physicians sleep has :
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,butnone of them could : or work j; T had the most distresainmy"Umbswe're g paiag,and : \ iid'fi tied' u' 'J3BarB' =S
Jacksonville, Much 17,1849. tl' give him any'relief : I:1d ,| ORDIALS, &o.-: Maraschino, Curacao.v h.n -
____ ___ : ? .. terribly" swollen.areas e 4 the" prra&eYfonnerlJbed l '
t {yet sorely;he seemed to.be sinking > Absynthe.'Lmon .Syrup ;:,RaJsins, C i : spadous
> t..fouottlea of
#,. .'f, into the tomb. ; your Sarsaparilla ind tKey have'dane'me by 'Goverianen't TaJtaJcccupied.; by.
; J1Jm
Notice. of. "Happening, accidentally' to see ro.n,.Currants;,; ,reserve4", -, .,t CUngerV.Presh,BaK, morff'than one thousand'dollars-worth1of.gopd T, .. "H 'L-' 1us ;" eda 1
.some your Free -Abmanaea felt ,mon and JObsteZ.ID; Sardines Olives. : cut. It e WIG :t- ':'t"-1.1f.\.
TilE ; we, as : cases Caw ..::
.SUBSCRIBER, has leased : Iam '.. "" : -
the ; -' mngIbetter.
; Indeed eat+
.t though the Balsam would "' pO I:amjn Bawlip ;. cannet T'wthe' his
help AWL JeVyk'Blackberry g. 411'Y'r .. .
House as there Pam, Currant JarnVJujube'Paste : ::
formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch entre 1yheT .t.YOUts. .9, at Hbert1rf. .IYt i. 'd one Ia J .
on : use r. t U
were some cases,that had beeu'cnred Refined .. ; on11
Baysstreet Vi (known M KM*'* old, Boarding ; bad as he'was.-' therefore when they'twereas .' Dirf11"; laqtioricfe", to ,cx.Co For sale by th rforlhij1)en,. f1t' trt1ie afil ic i>;ed J' '; ; idlewhlch'w' mti o P 'to'the... .PuU9) or
: '
House.) and is now prepared to accommodate bottle of Dr. Kidder, thtmtWthisfeand, .-\ A.M.REBD... ,- """ '....It i Ya ut'i U1, 'jMIEscumi Nd ids' da..t. the1y1 3dOctoaer. Aahe: ''W: ._beadash,
any who may see fit to patronize him, and assures before be had : : i":4: t OULD"JN07WAJRt4U1! \[-:L. 'tr bleaad: expeaielOi' +4&O' ..4h4otheal }o,
used all of < Sw'tbotter.'and t i-T great ,;
Jt A.tml..Jstf
he began to'r .. ..fo"s"Naf 'e ', .... ., .
them that : ""
no be ... t f' : ..
paiusirill spared to en b1'usin,' three +ri.r. -e f > -1.- < .J.<) l.i !I :x4.t l T Awnseaoa-aiparai. : ia te r i 9nthov ;;; ert..
lure their comfort. I :bottlerhia. ;: ooueh= Q ,ER IiINA >iarla adlDimster dU L "
commodious{ !f.U ,: best .
stable is at all j ; ry remedyAfpr female complaint8..thexe U irilll '.
teaed:to the establishment ;was gone, and he no; enjoying>opd tyiM +! ;,u PlIlJ tie.. ,A f.JafW. .elnJwdC- Ci' f : >erewwded.x l ,,
and every attention ;for wbicVhe is. r quo disputing thousandsand .thousands-of ;jowUi rr t ft a irayrieef; on WJJctolc ,
willbe paid.to.the bones I q 'olie travel blessing o .God'solely'trebled.to' Wtatfdlint throe b/VSrf \ inp a 'oapty., ecsdC li.J.ea }J.OtJ s ereb1i' ;Weak, and. deVllliated'femal ,that'wertbm-4: .'iiaQtJOR8ihitoWA.8BOAfound :;: ; .
. kw who, _think to with ) : to tos4 1 utreEtet may proper fimaleS
stop him err y. 't-I r <- ''*_ \yM. : j ; diieaseA fo--which art ahd"ha;feeha''confia !,} ao1 thnlt_ "I! i iP
w. DlXON.G :, i ebt,1a1d. estate;\y\ple...,_ lei m ti
; id
r1ulruToNciikdtwil :'eu\Jecbwerestioainxlhe .
1 Dr.*Kidder the article flnjojmentlbf. robust with him in thfa'pirticnlar i
a, It F., Dee., \848T 'tfONDONi satisfaction says to his customers.haa-giytn'i nii rl ,,diatepyrnttoime; ;',tnd all pera DaI a iQS dewM'iWWrt -: ;;he ltli.f tIt ,jr.ntl":"' ; O'a"'Jtfi ( 4 "t; :::)fi. .,** .> JOHN CLA it. d(',
f "
... ::: .aald:eatata:wUVp sentI them i. ,'n.'tIof> ,,, ,,.r a," liew Yoaxs,Septa? .a7;l ;'Oot LZf. ; i84& :., .. < _-..
T; :;:PORTER ANpJSCOTCHALE: properly wtoapfafc&iwjthin/thftilegaitime 1'J.. '
: t J.II WN.iN i}=Drat sir: ,Myr (o has 1-" 7-;' : 'iii
VI ." .I..J for" sale by ,.- .. A. M;,REED:" GUN. ','of hr1f superior singlejand,quality{ !double for sale arrel by or thep:"i wil: ')-" bQ*Q lorer, ***: ***I-3IW! of tnotice. bfe" h8'I'l5t'yeatF'ber3tFSe>y tick;"sect inngri 1c ,t 'fffi.\GUE'8;BlST nr'-OF; BE"'Lb1UI !' ,

Die.! Kj n i Pec.9yttu .*t?, 'itn*' .oSfiuiJuir:, : (JItS; RDQN"la... "r" 'tl/ i reduced state ,bf Jiealth.beinglwiuy '!g I WAR..Y r:..Iebl r.t. m::'f4)1tEJJ: ),
D. : I'
dwla'. hla.. March" ,24th. Ii49..J.. "Lt.lm. i&l et of complaints sueji) as females are liable Dec.O: .t





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