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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 19, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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&dverdie' tiTer/tl1'tee t.boul fiYeininkl tro11r ctt1d Tr a-y' .bEed conuniasjwn shatt be oonttiided. f. .
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ua1e11 by a replat'cQSt B1 1'\.J FIJ1" F Uwbto.use.on 1Ianitolt d \ e ScAid vJiue aar t t.h. i"I from that office to'another.ri: nd?the secretary5xrf it*.proceethng ,..toge&w"wM air thc t.b "J
sum may be uoeruinea tliousanI'. aL..7" cretary of the Interior.shall exercise the documents md japenwlucli: sluU )'lt" .f-
.e.teTIDS the reqaistte Superior, seven vehunlrei i supervisory 1 the?Treasury shall!transfer one of hismesJehgers T c t
1 sndtrtrjsmitwd th the .iertWOeUt.UTMV.rtiwmentlot 'I I "d For1a'-lighuhcm&e at'Eagle arborfiIJt&d- ,and appellate. powers now-exercised by_,*. to tb ofigee t the secretary'of the;Inv intoJu; possession. ,rcl4tiiis\to the 'bitsi&of
1 1I marked with the.ontber.fla" .perior,fo.thol18aZ1d.dp ,; t ..1o fLft? iil.t ry rtheil U'I1 I H& ilSlL re1&.4.1 .terior, Isaalso'soeE cportion1 f the contingent adboardabaildepemeoofAe8ecqarypfate: it" !

req.ired.wilI be continued olforbid' c'o' a'floating'bell at Btanard rpctriorj 't IfrSu' ,ij qall tlie jOI t_ mQj iOBrf II'..I i dacl1Jtthe office of the secretary of the Tre* -indtt pejiodfrom .. y. t

I .' tntthouahd tfdllart j' iUi{ t Ilibthouse. dian Affairs: and shall sign all requisitions ftthe''adjraiicVbr ro, 'jury aimaybe-reqairtd in,the'offica of thtee-* .and afters.theiVorzaauAt6n of sa*4. oosrd 1ft't.
i .d-pd (or. For. > payment" -* --*)**o t1* j* hereby4esigii4mIioneflmay i1iJ.1 t 1ft'\t1m-
for aftszaounce,1s11cwdidI1I a oa Skilagalee xodg We'Micl1iPn. e.; sretary Ofthe.ieriOIjflC4fljet3ueflc: .otthe"
UFiYe dollars 1mb.cbs f9'v-tfi a dollars'; : aspon m 9J tGi'transfert of clerks i from department!to'the atLtlze instanceV.ora I4iint .h J
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,. foroIbce. ui"For*ibeacbn-light on'the pier .t'NewBdi-. the same adjustment, or control now exerci l* ,ottieriI.j ,%" : --.i ):. v. "* 'or claimants.,apply>, hi .th ot .

: ODe 1llUl1'e.r r Slz Month. 'I t .iooo to stfeu. -hundred and .f'hr'dol1ars'f, .,. donBimtlir estitnates'df' acOTQirts by the'Se..,s.dhc. 15. Aid iff it further''enacted, 'That noth. Stateof fhetJjuted.(1;.to'the Meiicaa'id .. !
.,odeeto Debton and Cteditors t 1 {OO' *ar'Lor.tor'* a 1. i''h ouse' 'atfcorthUlack J "{ #ricer. !, Lake -cond' Auditor 6ijdfSecoqd.Co3iptrollerl the' ing dn this'act contained shall be so,construed ister.oforeJ' ftffaisr fricb" iok1ec. '4'

OD for tetterl of AdniI1 .tra ion 5 00' tttthigatij three:thotUATld five hundred'dollars; ,Treasury. as to.affect or impair:any:of the powers.conferred J Ord8OrdQCumentsVin: the osssib4poyer ; t

1t .pprlCat A1ujiqI1 ceI will be insen4gatui. For providing surf-boats life-boat, and,other ib jt.A k ie'iifl1-t 1JViJzcP iflfie; ;: ;or duties devolved/on the .ie taYJOftheVTresaurynTelatIQnt of the gdveniuaentof ,Mexican: rtpJf u 91"
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means for the preservation of life and nro' -retary of the.Interl ,:.1iaUU.tnrise.1 ". transteri8A1'ektep. shall; deeiaediiweffiiary.io;the jost doflofcothrimtywUt t

..IU'. be tddressed ttjwTvI 'iperty'ehlptrtecked thd> coast',of'the'United.Uteaf .'V ervisory and appellate powers V flOW 1 xecisi-'ing orjdisbursement 6f public'mbneys by the iYclaiDort: i mA < 1n g
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.a A11 <,. ten.thousand dollars,to be expended 'by tHe Secretaries"of eVMflei.' act-of ithe sutth Of August,T on*.thousand;eight: the.p1'OTwons of.ai ittr l'I
C. GzLLETT' .* tL. "der'the control' and"d r of the Secretary: entS jflV relktiontdBll tbefetCt'of theCotoniiiof -: londred and forty six,-entitled- An act toproTide.for I SI.4.A; e t. Jfft/i tiui' 'T' h '' mi.

tJ-AU: .ds i suble personal eonnnutnctuow.WI]. .Ortb'Tftanry; V .eioner .CPeneiona'; an& pUsig tJl 1IisItibI ,the better organizatioaofihe. treasury,: retary'pf shall,State acquired,, ,;as*don&O&eident 3M

\tebarrd"adertilf'me.'t.. Ssxyfc And.b eJ;it/itrthtr exacted, That if 1 the, s if i tI M 4ie' 1Di e1iV'flh6E/eatnitasnb and for the collection.af.-ke pingtransrer, haye designated the $dJfit
a LIbILiotflb qtlnC..paU"be p&id-oa the Fifth 'Auditor.shall report, in any bf the'cases. ,the treasury onettinuitetCSi; ;ondiidisbQrsemeat-of the public'revenue.75cilpprovedlIarch3 : meeting,of the s d.boarcL jo glje'public'notjced V jtl
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...req' are l eqessaqto detU441ie.siteof a propose, 'eicisaTof titnilar c timat or'accbunts>'rhfThird'Q : fit :*t,*> ill "A .$ -i,i.. 1 1 P>m"aia dofl atf ?f? '. :such newspaperiaiawauthbnxedtopttblishthel f

t light-house oflight-boat/vir toWceriain. morpr ;FoonhAuditors 'and Second Comptrpllerj&theTreasurj -- ll.tJm" "..' -'[Pt1JJL1- ;'4G.J ir. >tu the.UnitedtStates.' ,.' J Z f,
BY AUTHORITY.RE90I.UTIOW8. : thfe..Secretary '.AN CT QECrAnd fc.QJ&pn,; .i1,1 Wffacompensation ,.,
fully Wh\t.the! pnbMc ?meiKyttemawU, .i V V toauthorizs.the coinage ofgolddolte -. 1
of the ayy shall?!hereuonapiiIt1 1 'S1: A dbejue'tJttd1; Thatle Sc." S '.iiJars and double eagleW.. V;**" of the repectivofficers1foi"wiise" -..{

,- ACT" Arc. SECOND SESSION OF One or more officers ofthe .Liavy,, not'under "thegrade "cretary'of the.Interior ishaU 2 exercise;all ihe 1 i s J eit ttactedby the Senate-,end Htyje of Rep' appoiutmtpo'hsioxiza; made by'this'ac) : '" ., .

.,.1SSED AT THIRTIETH THE CONGRESS. oommander,"id perform the required supervisory,and appellate jxtwers now exerciseft -.{'resentatives ('of.'the.U1&itttl'8tatu if 3 America*in 'bejjs.followaiiah at the wteof ely hr: Toeichbfjaidictsioners 'ee thousahd j!:
THE service:or when expenditure is to be made by theiS retaJ'yfbrstat 1lnttlftkibnutb'all) :Congress.assembled;*,That there s shall be, from:, :tJm.er J
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] 'under the direction of the Bureau of TopbgrapbficilEngineers'the'vSecretary -, nctsof marshals and;
[PRIoIe-No 36.] for : ,of',War shall appoint the 7census of.the United States: and the United States,.and the branches thereof, "m4t; !1-- 1', r

Jii ACT making appropriations&c, and providingfortfcV lighthdues pnejir'more.officers ef the corps,of tppo-: shaH sign all''req1tio ns'lrorhGndiknclror..' conformably in all respects to law,.(except thaton ,clerk at U/daf.e"Presadent.f.ewT hundred JolI4ey :
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lirbt-boaU,iuoys the of out,of the jon. the of the 'dollars I annum.* of.the UI.4ta. 1c 1
and establishment oC the-same grap icarengineers, possessing reqiisiteskill I payment money treasury ti-j reverse :gold, the figure of ies hi Is' I"a 'II"
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erection experience.to perform the like service: mates or accounts, subject to,the same adjustment the eagle shall be'omitted,)'and conformably 8halLbetand 10- 4 {
make : ,ihd .
aid for other purposes. end House SJj S.EC..3.&cd. be ,itfurther4tnacud,' That any :Orc6ntrbl now! exercised over1 Bimflar'estimates all respects to the standard for gold colns:;now provision for the Senate tf Repre- commo'utobixij's1I --- .
Be it enacted by United Stttet if America M Conusanbled officer so appointed shall forthwith enter uponthe'dischargeofthe and accounts by therEifthiAudUor .established by law,.coins! of gold of the following ableandprojer. -.Ait&th'eeaid"salaricaaudx.c jsn. i. t'
itrttMt tfthe ; First of the denominations } S ':0.
and'after Comptroller ulu'es.doubl
I ,.put That the folio.hereby appropri-made and L .the facts shall duty-report first,fully whether aspertaiuing SEC.:8.And kift further.Treasury.na fiid'Thi, fteMpervisory : Je&j each ta be of the value of twenty dbllars"ortuuta eag- penses .shall....bi'pwiTouf of any" ,mgbeyii****1 o la ,,;.{,
the are ; .
iODI be aDd same in 'the proposed facility to navigation is the most and appellate powefijxfoKr exetcued'by' : )and gold dollars,each to' be of the value treasury.not othwseippropristed.Sw. + ,? (.::
t .directed tob paid out of any money touable the :'suitable for the1 exigencies'wbfch'exists; andecpVd the Secretary of the Treasury over_te lead and of xme dollar, or unit;.} "f,_.. ;. p.-, V tjStc.nS.i 6.-,And::.be it further'*nutedt. Th "t.be''t" I

4ret ry not otherwise appropriated, the ,where.it should be,placed if the ntcrest other mines of the United 'States,1 and o tier the : fnd.be:if further IMdtdiThat for all said commissibners shall jreport"tt t8cr&'I; t

r sccretsry the Treasury effect to Pr carry Med 'hot-roliiwoioftbisACt'into of commerce demands it; third, if the thing accounts of the agents thereof, shall;hn exercised -.sums whatever the double eagles shall'be'a lepditenderibr ry of State-alist of all.the,several awafdinarisby. V:
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", land which 'it> :proposed'be' not the'most'suitable-,'whether it ise.peieat. ed the Secretary of the Interior; whoi shall : .twenty dollars,ind Jb gold dol- .them;' a certified copy thereof;shaU beby .l"il
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!i toa. If a good title to any obtained may tonuke: .any,other kind,ef imprpye- sign all requisitions*'ibt3 the'advahce%"PlY- lars-ehall.be a legal,tender for one dollars.5'" him transnitted;to the Secretary.of the jjCrewury -- 'of

I .%necessary to use the cannot exclusive be right on to each realOuble.terlDlJ 'went; fourth, whether the proposed light has men. in money out of>h,,treasnry.toa. estimates is Kc:3::Aadbeit further'enacted,.iThat all laws who shall thereupon distribute,ia.ratable S

i'j or 'cession where the $nyc n iedon'nfith other iightsj, aud if so, or accounts subject to the sameustment nowiuforcCi.n relation to the coins of the United proportions/.among the persons in.who %,favor .:1-t
,Uadcannot be acquired by ,wletbertcanao be.sq;,located as to jjubserve I ontrol now exercisfed OTsimilare'stimate :br V States 1 1dt1h ;iking and. coining >the the a..ards.lhathne-.been:.made, the aaioant ;:

'j interest of the United States demands law fall it into, before the Both the "gen ral and the local want,of. tra'de"andnavigaticta l accounts by, the Second r Auditor.nd; Second' samej-shally-sb far as-applicable,*fiaT$full force stipulated in the fifteenth& thegaidtm- j ;)
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tieipprtpriation by ; .andifiFth.whethprthvfe'bejany: t Comptroller of the Tres ry. V and'effectin relation to the coins herein authorized ty, (being three and one-fourth million ,of dollars. .

surplus fund,shall in nny be and all such to cises'tbe the. obpcts apptiprittions 1+ul..ii any, .what, otiier facts of importance "SEC..9. And U it fmfther i ch/ll;jThat'inesupervisory :. ,'.whether the said laws are penal'or:otherwise V .) according the proro nsDw1t hjkheirrespective.awards : 1
applicable
touching the.oiyect. / :and appellate powers no vr,exercised by ];and whether they are for preventing counterfeiting V shallbear Jo the said.th ee : < ,
for which they are lande, at any time withintwo : SEC. 4: And -it-'furfher enacted, 'Ihat-- all.BachTepprta the President of the United. States over the r 'or debasement,,for protecting the, cur- and one-fourth millions of dollars first Deducting 15.-t

jean after the first meeting of the legislature .fihall,as.: peedily ,as jnay be, be Coratmssioher" or. PubliG'1J.naing shall :be .,rency; fprjregnlating and guarding the process' such sums of money.fts may.be due. tb. United 1

nbatquent to the passage of this,act, in "laid before the Secretary; of the'Treasury, and exercised 'by the Secretary o t the)Interior; [ of striking and coining, and.the-pr paratiohs States from.said., persons|n.;whose favojj said 1 ,.t
such land be situated
'aoj State wherein' any may 'if such->asrto authorize Lie work 'futherlegislation. > who shall sign all requisitions for .the ajd- thereof,)orfor ihe security-of-the coin,or for awards'shall made; and.the aaidj ij ecretaryshalltthereapoo' t

to wit: he shall forthwith proceed.w th vance' i'p.ymeht'of'money*out"Qf the treasu> .any other purp.. p tfc'- rfs *-; .J cause-certificate of:: toc oftheiUuiteu : : i
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IN MAINE.For and three beacons in it, otherwise such reports'shall. be laid before I ry.on estimates,or.accountf, subject t?the same SEc 4\And,beitfurther.l1UlCtetJ ;That in adjusting States to be isau dio.'the.saidpar: I ;'
thirteen spar buoys Congress at the next ensuing eession; but in V adjustment or control now exercised on similar Ihe weights of gold coins henceforward.the ;i I ..respec"y,;.f.l e r J.galrrp lf.i .r;
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care. bay,three thousand dollars ; all cases where the Fifth.Jiudjtor does not report 'I timates or cc unts'bj1 the'First AQdi tor and >.followingi deviations:':from, the-ItAndiril. : for the'amountitbJ.Trhiehtheyjomy ba enticed, j"f J

For'a light-house at Gilkey's harbor: three- such poeliminiry examination as expedient, first 0<)mptrpller, of the.'Treasury; f resided, I :weights.shall mot be exceeded in any of the single / wWchstocfc: shall-beaT'.aninterest" tier f
:thoound five hundred dollars; theprbvi&iofis'bf thiffatA':bjall without delay That[! nothing in this section contained shall be pieces--n ely-'in the thei4oubleJeagw"*.l centrannaoa until paid &n CeblVstauime t

j' For a lijrbt-house at Beuuchamp point, or on be carried into execution., d construed to take from the predinfficerfthetwo'honseofCongressVthe .eagla,'and the half eagle, one;half of'a grain;i at.the,pleasujfe.ofkhiR.United States, .

*the opposite side of ;be harbor, in the town of SEC. .5 And be further ena ted That vessels ] power npif possessed and in'_the.quarter eagle,:and goldi dollar, one* or pay.the:same in money, the pption.'of the :1

CttaeJa', tliree.iicut..n-J five hundred dollars; ;Steamboats] and pr pelleisnavigati g the.northern by them to make and enforce> rules and !quarterof algrain'f'and'' thaty :weighing' a... .UiLtstates,' V.l .:r1. ".'UCft' !
For a ( i-bd i jt vii* ligli.-house on Libby'sl1m1) r L1twnS fo 'the c :number of : k:' AnSInard ,
and western lakes, from and after the g preservatidn4 orderly large pieces together,'when deliver 7. kitl" 'Rftt aJ1Jied S L ,
seven hundred *nd fifty dollars.MASSACHUSETTS. thirtieth day of April next'comply with the I keeping and.police of the Capitoly and.jtVp. .ed from the chief coiner to the treasurer, and: !shall "terminatelts btta .1ii1hi1\.two f 1'

following ,i-eg ;; for the security of life .from the treasurer to the depositors deviaV from thetlay of its organization.SEC. .tJ.tt1d f
For a :!eT..pie: bMcon. or other practicable "and property tOwit. ; during the night.vessels,I .PnrtJ. ; "Fied&d} '.lthC lion from.the standard weight shall not xcsje% ."8. .Ant btitf.nhtiinaetca'! t1rn.neaf

Atrueture. cu. ike Malh khoul off Nantucket on-the starbcardtackshallebowaredjight.ves-.' the Interior hailla'e.n4 uer. three pennyweights in one -thousand double'-' ses arising.tinder. this"ae wlui & :lSOU or .t'1a

ik.tey d gcov' r ?l by the survey of the coast i (!ielntbe larboard'tack'a green light;and ves cise a supervisory p wer.and control oj r the .-ai two pennyweights inOne thousand eagles ther.than: bd.m..hQuj.f_1' IfS

twenty-tve ;b(> slwJ 4ollars, 10 be expended I .going-off largeor .before the wind, or.at. board of inspecters and warden'of the penitentiary one and one-half penny weighteiri one thousand ward has been'or may be made, ahaUamount c1.al1Dt-tihe

aadrr the direction of the JJureaa of Topogra- anchor, a white light steamboats, and propel-J of b the..District Columbia.;dandy shall half eagles;,one pennyweight in one thousand -so awarded,'or.any-part the % d :
pwcLl Engineers for the quarter.eagles and half of tin shall within thirty days from the passage of this ,.
I : ; lersjihall tarry on the stem, or as far forward sign..requisitions !iL.tlCf payment ;\ one* ; *? .pennyweight :,
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r.l'.sx.r,:? jys on ibeshoals Nantuck. as possible a triangular light, at an angle, of I 1 of money out'bf the ireasury btf estimatesor one thousand gold dollars.Rssontrhdx -.-... V V act, or from'the'date of the 'said'award;notify

At ene tixwsaud Joiinre-; about sixty degrees with the horizon, 'and on 1 accounts,subject to ,the same adjustment,pr rJ'roT ,'rch'j"i84S, :-! 'I" "j the Secretary:of the-Treasury brhia/ 'hfe"tor ; S
. For a lifhuboat on Pollock Rip,off Chatham, the starboard s'de alight shaded green, and on control now exercised on similar estimates wor :. ".' J 4 e.a -,0" : tv. their'intention to contest the pajmens'pr.the "

4velre. thousand fire hundred dollars. tbe.larboard side red; and lights shall be.fur-'I Ij accounts:by the First AudUer'aud Pint Comp- i ''[ Pcsiic Ne:'4J-' same as awarded,'and'shall file'with thr fdisf ..
1 NEW VORK. ishtd with reflectors, &c., complete, and of a I I'size'to troller.of Treasury.' r --, jn $ t j- JOINT RESOLUTlOSTfor distribution, of trict'attorney the United States bondjCWJtharising iJ 1

.3 For a light-boat on Horse Shoe retf Niagara insure g a and sufficient light;' and : $EC. 11. And be father enacted, That the se-1 1'.1h 'Official Register' 'or Blue. Book, among gTood and sufficient' Y" ...secunty.to' h.t be approved by ';1hiJ''th'
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1 cretary of the Interior is hereby anthoriletl "i ''J'.1. p' f.t ,
p y'men"
innr, ten thous nd dvU;&hI; or for the erection 1iflo.'damage.ihull occur' the owner or owners a--f several1 St-. ,.. ; 'wmmges :;1
of light-house instead thereof if after the surcy 'of the vessel,jsteamboat, or propellor, n g1ecting'toomply4ith Appoint chief clerk of'his,department,].who V) 'Wh1':1.. '""'";''COples" ''0'r1'.1.r.' .OM1 therefrom'' ,'the'amount iioawar3: df, and i j

herein provided ior it shall be these regulations, shall shall receive a salary of two thousand dollars Registe ,sOBl: e Booke nwdepsiteJ'; the'payment of hich eonte8ted'a u raftu'eiitid, : .,f
deemed '
I jdviiable thousand dollars more ,4. >eliable to.;ihe injured :;party for aU loss ,or 'p r'a iiuni f and; tbaf tneJPre id'ent"6 iheU. S the office'oftMe Secfetary'of&tesubjsct"to.thCotdfrif shall :and remain in th&treasury of the"United" {

Jfor.four, twenty buoys to mark the; channel. damage.resultingr from such neglect; and the .States; joa-thexecomnwndattanvjOf 1M S&idSe )iigress.bO .y "'.,_" States,*sribject to the decision of th (codtts J >
spar r f'owner'tr1owners Vessel to cretary of the Interior is herebyjiuChorized,to r' the'United.Statw' thereoaandthcrw V;
from the aforesaid buoul to Bird bfatiy failing comply Ri'.hed by i1i tjzMWJJfJl j/I en.. pn
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three '
island '
, jimndred dollars wjth said gl1..tions. shall;for eit.a.penalty ofone.hundred abinta! chief clerk of hiS 'deportmentwho! .'tatzveafih-' United States"ifijlinerica wl onyrar the said party so claiming"the snrn awardid, :

p,, I For a beacon-on; the southeast part of the Ro.I dqllars, which may be* recovered shall receive:.a salary of.two ChonsandbaoUarsper gras assemkd.'Thzt ii1fall's' t'Oi'orH h or any part thereof shall beat liberty lovfilelia :
,, .1 shoal in an action'oC debt; fobe'brought by the dis- I per Annum; and that the President of.the United ) or sb fiu as is'jaf cHcabl :WfuntislliKi) to' bill for relief'and'injunction jnihe circuit court j
I oer in the lower bay of New York ten $
, ..i thouund dollars .trict'flttorney the United States. ,,in' any court, 't tate! on the recornmehdation' df th'eesaidSecretary (t1 4 Sf t'libMi S \ Wb're i'ihe're the District of Colombia/upon.:principleswhich :. ,

t l For three ;buoys in Buttermilk channel of competent. jurisdiction. : of the:In terior, may transfer fromthe 'are no Stale fibfaWesito, ; be!deposlfeo 'in"iheofretary'bf -' vcourtsofeaiJdnynjanc.| itl'itl'of
.! two hundred spar dollars. e. ROBT. '"WINTHROP, 1.Treasury Department proper, to the .Depart : ce"the'Secrtai of State'and\that th <'Sec- tion thereupon''.granted:bj the court sbalnbe 1 ;
1 4 .' II:Bient'of the,Interior,'such':rui the office ofiha State be 'Hare' the- respected the Treasury D.partment;aad tbesaid 4
For four additional spar-buoys in.the lower Speaker of the House of Representatives. requested'to sameiranimitted i 1-
t .Secretary: the Treasuryeas-p *foiotithe ; i: -.!.!..'. "' case in equity shall thereupo1l.be..con4aitj. ;
0. JM.. tdliieth."V : ,! i
I. fev of New York at such points as may bedcs- .V .DALLAS.l I' ,. ed '
duties which the governed in all ia
aa
over supervision'andjcontrol rtspecta, other yea-
"States" 3\t"H ro.erM h2 li84't' !
3p Vice President of the United and ,
iputed hundred by dollars.the Secretary of the Treasury, four ," : ', V President of the Senater air'giv?by this act to the Secretary Vf thV In e h1.jJF # ", ttj: ses in'equity.ii a i, *,>i i.V ill& f
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. terior which said clorksaliaUSbeVbeafter subi t itiQESOL1J1I9: i. -; Sec.'9.'And be itfitrthfrejiactedyJUait thls.aat it
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NEW JERSEY.lor P &OVZDMarch 1849. ,. .
1 the of !ha.ll.notgo.into-eff from and Jafterxh
( \ ject,to; .appointing andremoving power .7 "NJdiJi4 ih .
a light-house on the rocks at Bergen V JAMES. K. POLK.'. the':ecretary of the'lntenor, as'also'the'clerks : tpv.' tenth day of Mardij- en1iundreiLiiidftz. i$
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Joint, ye thousand dollars; t.- : in th .seteral bureaus .heretofore.appointedorremovable .e nmenlof:Rnsn bejinp'gUed with cen.ainV 1 ty-nine." ". _.$J :--'; 'li V.i. LlLt'l 11''

i .For five spar buoys at Thom' river, three Hr ,- .< ''.-, PCBUC-No. 39.] "V ': by the heads of departments, which ::'voThm the"JlOTatiye o.whicli'i Exploring Approved,March'3.1842. :. c '."' : ru f

: iwfred dollars; ,. AN ACT ito establish the .Hsme Department, bureaus J re'tra 18ferred'By this aci Y b'the'Department Expedition.,in jfeujofthose -. were For five three '1" .t at jseajjand for dther-.purppsesV"j&estltedby : :::.: _. .. ? {
spar buoys at Barnegat inlet and to provide for theTreasnry Department : of.the interior- ? 1'/iuo '>> IPt'iV ii.No'49,1' q"J.Lc. "" C I
wadred dollars; J" aif Assistant Secretary bf the Treasury, and SEC. 12. .4.nd further enaaed, That an officer the Senateta .HousejifRepresentatives AN .- f"4- '; ?. '-:2 i 'iVVl" Jfk-r5i V
lor a tie mouth of the Passaic shall '1l1 if the United States of America in Congress ACT"concemngtheseiecnoajofjuror ja
light-house at acomuiissioner.of.the customs. .... b appointed1 bj Presiorenk'ofthe
I '11 vc,five thousand dolLars; Beit' enacted by the'Senate and'House'of Representative United Stat.es,bi>nd witb:"u-.- iCQarJ:1c.9--- 'assembled, That tfig/Mbrdrian of Congress f be; certain,. .-courts-,.oCJt'.4A .., '. ".St&esV .,.'fl StiJ; t i.I

II. -J r-two.buoYlon on the east and west oyster f the United States :oj America in sent of the $enat..iu the Department ..f thTreasurY. (J d"i8h re'b Vdir. t' aJ lp deliver : Se it,enacted by the,Sfaate and:Mtw o/Repr 11

'WI to Newark bay, one hundred dollars; .Congress.auwttcd., :Thajt from and after.the passage ;; u'o ntcitJiis OTtmug,4&Tiiecalled the ''to the'Secretary1 Stiite two cbpres'6f Tol messl sentativestfiktUfiited tat :.America,ingress DfJ V (

.1*.a lighthouse on the east point of Mancnriver V rthisact there hall be created anew Commissioner Customs, whiaflj cfarttftll aDd BeTMVtht'snUbe1orjai zplmiBg ,ossanbltdjt:That the actjofiCongrea {j

. Cumberland county, five thousand V executive department the government of the the acts and exercise all.the powers,now devolved Eipeditibn'under- Cat :Wilkes ahd the Sec- proved March::nineteenth,;eijchteea y huftdred t
. < umj United States, to be.called Department of 'by law Vn "tk ';.rir8i.lC mpiFol ttlortI'reasary 1't :f State is hereby diioeCttd to d ij 'tith'emt awiforty4woitLopertibnnntil J(..1e)r e. .un

oP'Otide surf-boats life cars, rockets, car- the Interior; they bead of which department ,relating to.the receipts ifrbm &omi C'1 if yerfcment'of-Russiaj'-5 in:lien of thoseieretoforddeUveredwhich : fthetegisItionjtbepremises I

p i' tsd 1ines and other necessary apparatus 'shall'be! called the! Secretary of the 'Interior, and the accounts.,.of collectors and other officers !*- : werelostl'at s| &CnheittI1Wssiafan&tt ;andithaV: iU the mean timejurort. 8y .

.1 j) flihtbrLtez preslrr&t ou'of life and.property ..whq;halllbeappointedby-thePresi4entiofthe. o> f'th''tb'";' "or connected1 thrIth'hshallobIii thcostof,the be selectedfor the courts othtUnlteijatIn '
: 1'&bipireck along the coast of New Jersey, United States, by and with: theadvice and con- o1f ce.by tI. u sndjre-> 'same be.paidout bf fundlHeretofoTe appfV.pridtea Pennsylvania: (under the dircctioftot.thop.: "

3it ilitt .Egg Harbor and Cape May, tenItUarsto 'sent'of thefienite; and.bo shall hold his office ceive the same amount of salary as the First VA'1itfr -. to th j pubHcatibnof' t11-tf works'of* ,the"ebLploririgexpedition er district judgej.agreeably,C the.practice;and 4.
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t be expeod under the-'- bytl same t.enureand.rec4vq the same..salary 'of the Treasury,' and p Abllfiiii r; ; pH. "f1 usage'which1 prevailed b for.etlw.exactmenof
at lick deer.of the marine th'fe other 'des .St&V&Ud iibthtAhthla4tTht.tb'elri. ; the act appro vedJuly:tweatietk ei I
revenue ser- ,as the Secretaries of executIve fiamaja nner"( AAdithejS CTeUryX C\ 1
)( JL' *J be designated for that purpose byt1ryofthe ;pirimetitg 'shalUperform all'the duties .ant,, shall transfer from the ofi5ceof tne FirstLomptrolleV'such W gr"deUvefonef'c6ybftie'Works ; tired and forty,,(claXortyeTen3j ; 1
: ',hi. %4 of heexploHng peditionM they slidiie h pprond,') ,3j8.eW t iJii -
Treasury. J&iPl ftf'L.\ clerfeaB'tfuTy nece&ry &
aaiped W .t'\ I I. ; ... ... ;_ \I
tW Secretarr1 of State to -.' "
i DELAWARE. See: 'dflliir 11JTift JiI Th'the S'e- the bureau of ihi CommiiffliQpet Q&Hgam8bx tompletekl- V be'pr'ttented'by (-' ." 'i&Ltc ; y.,..v'..".J.o.II-'w.",
iA ; ; him tb the gbTernment of Ecoador.X'lf4"nniW a i.1= N 1t.U gt ::4: J
For ofth I1if rif shall exerclst and perform whom the said Secret.DPvhall also appoint odchief J ;
(ouDbtol and,cbnstrnction of alight- eretary cterk' ;;'t j a "If! n1J.1 Jj ?'rclr<}?1ft" the thousand all the acts of saperrlsion sppeal'iareganit all a -J U I Telh .IUlI\lnQ Bib tj :QjJ t..H. &nr1 uoI "iJ 1 k JLrt A.aumome' 1l8 In:, laIC
Delaware breakwater ten 'dtt.d
u: ,pffice of CommisiienerofPutents,now exercised ,dollars pj annum.. : .t.11l..ta.J ," b Qs) frl t li J" '- l .nt Si .'c I 0(1

v bytle5 Secretary State; and the said SEC.'13. And he it f7lrl a enactedj That an PUBLIC-No.38. tj tl 3ii'I fiiftiiWjd tV
- X MARYLAND.:.. t,0 .'' try rtlii.lnt rlor811aU'sinw 11 reuisztins.toi Officer>Bhair Deaj pP iit l ii h i W'D AN ACT. tocarryJnto[ jeffect,.certain stipnla'tfbn f'JJ ':0 ,' ( .w" f li').' .SU iCLI i .

.1 I wvp spsr buoys at the:month of Chester ec1 tbe. 4 piiie t: 9 rot partment by the SecreW OJtkibll. :ici -* MrifiS.\rSiirlle'wee ihi tTnife States i 'bUi1Ji1ri! i tJ
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"a'kndxed&ntItwentydoUars.' 'accoUDt theAolrpeLanwi4 -f or America fad the.reDubllc itJtni iabf tlie till: .j "''' k
; ai of tDe treas 'on estlmaterOf 1i1lDo to be calied Jhe Assistant .Secreta, UmtetHilal' ,D'-A1tt' ,
.TEX-A- 'a Ct to'tb'b's 1 djtfner 1 C t iiow':'e'x.eriied 1t'rw S "81Wf 1 lLin b' h.o1 d l iddtF bu onWousla4wgftt* aDaDJt44&u1i l J..t''t.h. -qA -o..l- '. ,
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,' | ?. oe ,''t"t t.at'onOalvestea bar; brdre; i stlinates cr Jj11er"fol.'I.fL. pfyr.ftU wr.VTIV ir e'AN1. A"'o P'S'f ma' i it!
4 lj !'.tJliftutfi that'of'the of the TreaSurY ;:t'ii.311.v1e iili j-"fi j U
l fisrifesp ner as JSeeretory
11'e:hundred d IliriI \ .. /Jt. 'i.e } 5 V
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: A ahll'eixrnnne"afl ietter I Iw.
T f, :'dor?l1ht.houiTat 8abne.Pw.1jrii u'i $ surj. 'I ,x. f M jDl 1..1.1" 41. *!;. a
94s
." L .'-, ?- .' .U"J"HA ? ctt4tnlt.the'Se. Af gJ J" f (t. 1.1.
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3 .*- t .'- C$1W t ., 1 t i4tth Izterk'r;iaWifotnf 1fi1i flhJ cretary of the Treasury.and shall perforpidl mt1i4a". 'E9" : ." Y .f' ,
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iLUKOis' ,; .: 7 r: u j jin I tic ia re'ation to the(}ne l.La urOm .eo.tiQ caclf i othn-yctfesin tbVofficioftH k k.lI1'oP.1 1k4 h..t. .pep t.ent- .1"' ti. .fN 1 ij$ 1i .Jj
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> i' jandcoostructionofa light.k i \ i.nci 1p ii Y1."4I h i :b tbd ,rj ih if" ,.. t 9nP e... .... .' l eR'\'.'.#._.JP tSi'U V' .eH1.'I"m" four. entie1an3cgrsnt1ngjothe -

4I.Irw.r.tblfew:1 north pier jatdoikn *. 1.I.'Mfj"aeuAJtl4"S1dS&katuy nii.i'. 'his. 4 clerb A as may. be. deyole1'on'4(1m.uy.If.ttr q AS J tnL..tM:' IlL eJolimi (., Or *r1Sh s,ofealkItsband: iofthegj. i;
3tt iltcen.dwUitDd to be.zpen ) 6 1 au rl iofthe t t 'Ii 1J : J&Jr a 6i' = .
; Ii- % iJHrjxf r'l.- '. ... .!.... ,' t, 'UD1falBiatb p\l *
.lie direction of& Bureau o( !f ; ;o iw ttwimw \ 'r
iopo _1 pmti'l J1i'1 \ tnatwedt.le"tt pJ_. 1II-
31n ff r4Eaaeersi and the :eteLt ii.boaa1 \ ottHiiD\n ;; cis Xif Pfl'edcer'itod. 1Iii.pr anium, who ahaflpertVormuch iur1uV frepublic 'P J"pw A. gJulP'Qnn''' ,land. for.;seats .0f.J "=. i .

'!C&t1. ILI1 t .di c
i 9< 1 wplet1o.. D or the aoraidIi&bthuef j : f .i h A e' lli ff U ath'Tjrj 'cr limbtJie searyijie" 'reaauiJIki'h cc f'iij", '. 4t1*2 <_) 5fl)ru431,1pntk ttit $ '11
hbbouzeaVtIenou1bt. B 1"qfl1flv1cretay mfJ'fiJ oWF b .Aii = :
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J i Jw IH ion'of ihB'Bareaa tf Tfeogrpl$ .!' f J of tile reas r'iiatl trusThr Zrom tiisffie F/.iiJ 8ifh' : :1.oUPt_. .,, saq,r. ; .. .
i. ; !?*r UWtti 'i ra i 4 / # hl, fz V ** 1 Yl i' NliivrfHi vC idi tiW' o ha% 'd iWUi"iffta1f ."OA t ir.n ... aw1a' vi
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nlfiVi nf 'l--f-n' J _' ?? iee-of the or CUltpIl al4 Ified oono4dd-he of Mexi- t.i n-n.u.1SUQn .
' : *.f"T bd oii[ r2L i ftrJ ner _! eoI1T city ,.".. : j
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51 ** U .ai'tls 1" Admini stration. ; r. TtiiPitTfiiT1ie" ( nflE ak.\-1 The Toprinciple : J .

1 : ,"1 e or. ; i'-' .. ; 1l.t s> I I I S Ulotund .. ( llt ew ,. the:Korth are fe srW 'But\weo rt ;JHI J.j r-lr4 ...

pa : .4 of! J.5N YO&JS u: { ffietfcffcar: IiWi.h ,1iu.i .
""One of the most remarkable denour&De&tt jft S l1l abundant facocints Q"'A jl 1.a..1h.ltA
. bee furnished by the1;'appoint- ;le last nighUtthe'kstor : of h" &ng1ish-
: There was a rwf 'DeJ. 1s'th:1Hbe .j
ihe'tba
-"J mentincentlj; .riade"_ the incumbent admin- Place Opera Hottsvftt which was involved r. ''O .'J vor. .L-l 'Northern, 1 (c tr ff tit prp." .- r. I '. Wi!

!J t i2trLtI li or Collectors in the State of Delaware. a most melancholy loss of life. It was announced "-
'. /tertwor," although the entire that Mr. Macready would make his_second acl ,f dlptt\l&fnu; 1m res" ';n'Ii14p .d
the missionofsIavery6t
S Bilefoftnsbutw* itrict'and furnishes.cm- appearance and to guard against a;recurrenceof of. : beLbnUoiTIjInuotuguje5 a gQ..a ,, ..

1V 'p1ojet. : ,to butM Collector, yet hare' In* the disgraceful scenes of Monday night, a JAcKOItLiAt; i', :1849.rraSHJraayarT the'Whigs'cannot even say this.:- Tbej .- ?. aa7ee.lII.k .
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orafew
in thecours stationed in of the
officers
theofflee strong body of police was rant.' Iheems '
;; p .migl.oecup; anticjpated.Mr : :The :are opposed to l man 16h1 UOflbfilflliiriglits. a s
.' AI matter to hat6been the house and at the various entrances. fiSWfe tf ij! Wl
days ApiIat Pnsldeitq l
i.j" "' .Hicks the,Democratic incumbent, was rewwci theatre was filled at an early hourw.but*mongthefa'uidience .f'j.iI 'lI $ by-thC .Jo'- /' They may.saYl&atrats. : (erotdevatlwb1cnpiiy] fe left 'Q t1 :t;;

Pr ; Tke why and ,wbereftre are not given there were only seven l .(Ue The g.R. L lqI *Wtui. 0ti?t-9(hPj- lW5thb
.cc utc ibereadilyconceived. In his place Gen.. riot began as coon'as the performance with.,bis f l.R ; V BVHEB" ct\V." .t.' Herdftra.' i'c mstl h" o1i 1rei 1 rEiiit .i

.i Young:was appointed by the President a cep- sings and y e1linsS and soon after somelu'ffnp I larabal; ortb' J.UDltedUSlatea' .orJ.tbe' 'De: H\y: ef'ci replythaiSiBPH.Y.V ted, that warrant'the feus.ti.'tJ' J1it:

.:::1 .ted appointment gave the requisite bonds were let.on fire inside of the Theatre'the smoke l 4 'Dsatrictor i 1 FJ 44. v4.Nortbezn .- in-- =: -the' S& &!, ta 'J., m"Jt.11 Id r n !.a .ti .famlt...

entered upon the discharge ofthe duties ofto from which occasioned great alarm-,but tUe fire .otl'M ;; ; /\ ESanIEDLroN. .., azeSIuuieraWntgs.. then.1'.bisDJ&1! th n *3j u
&ld. i .
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. l office, Now it would seem that there .are' was promptly:extinguished by the offi ers. 'place ., ... .'. "'. $ 1'f, regncdHft *'_". _, *f > ; ,-. :1beTi ii -fiilw -' been rnorf' Northern M 'PHtl J.hVpr; JJ4 0l ..*!%&
? TI ? s 9i
of Delaware 'vva { r Y r
.1 the State t'.t7otuau4ii sY be
two factions of Whiggery in The mob then attempted to.force entrance, "" I i i.tini. >.l-fuuapfi. Ktaiiwv sf i may ,
. ,'one under the immediate supervision and but!were rrpulsed and they then Assailed--the t .ie do..Jd tl. :"South: :Democrats uling].with tho poutlWoiifigfeiSs,'than i tyrannize aLn4ynj.q1uu1 Ofer the Engissi Rov",1fs! }.b roh'J. .herr
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h Mr. Clayton and and ins few .. ,.#."' '" .- L t* i--- ** r"'Llwdrd :Ii
.4 lead of the Secretary of State, windows with showers of atones, "k"j. ktTheIaimnh1 St ens-cl.ser l : .ri..A.. ffi.li.:r 'if
.) the other composed, as it is said, of a large proportion minutes not a pane of glass remained in' them.- bringa till !abdndant ''T 'JJrJS;! W.Wtfi""* ; f "*.I :f in itltfo.UirtiinAt ttnrp,4i r f..iu.r ...Uly'beer'

! of tbe high-minded and honorable Whigs There was supposed to be at this time bit the: 'Pf jioivwi'oofofhe.r feeling"Siiiilfta* rl i'riijs4 reaction m.the jrsiti-: 'be riortberneDemocratsare. asniuphtd who'make it; ,and on his penettjsgeweredl3po 4 J
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i of that State. To the latter branch of the pal'I' neighborhood of the theatre Qb .
.1.: ty 'Gen. Young is attached,' and although connected thousand.persons, and among the most active South'against'the'apgitliy 'upoo.tb sub- ;t-26**'Ai &.' t J **-*? The U priucieofthlg U 1Q-

closely with the Secretary by marriage, of the mob, Edw. L. C. Judson, alias Ned Buntline -. 'i "2O7J v-t15L3': vhtch had becxbrpughtnboubythe&inth a ; Evenhad.thq: DemocraticSenators fail.ed ; that the B.y Ial ilae. -ihe
jeqoe3eTy5 } .t
$ ., ,
I' the two.' a1'4t
A -
between' ie-I
exists said ho'aicf'l
to
,. no friendly feeling ;:was conspicuous. companyof us ,we ai relied m that .1O'1'ioJently. ieyJis u.a.m =
. Tn nmceed with our story, ft.-few doys- :'after.' j cavalry appeared.in front of the theatre,'but in1Whig .ii.&.Of....ibis.. is iA ria.J ITL ;'- ;'jc "n >*-In.I.-;j*.-. -*->3 'of thi liberal .party, auf 1
. '- --- Ougi7t1 <
.
.- hIS acceptance r- theoffice Collector, General I; they were immediately' ,assailed with stonesand reaction the result. of the Virginia/elec-/ to-power whicQ -SouthernAVpigs ;have atro1Jllr minhIfts 1i db'ff"1aitDc C ">
.
tendered his resignation and another .other missiles, and were compelled' to retires-. uu -fois-i ,t> .4v \tv>lT\ Ji/ ..ij .g' i'f! ..iip""h.J }. 1. 'JJ& ".Liytr1j; "ii .$ id'.Jie Dlted Sta Htf"W.
? Young .. .. .. ,,. ,, ..
1 t
in and cause.ahe :. '
Brobson was appointed his volunteer of then came tioniwas effect nota < "f.(' .* f""Yrt-
'. ; gentleman (Mr. ) A company infantry up, "; "' *v.vk**' *-** f **>-*** '* abait to French domination. tb.OrTtlfl7 _.' ,.. -
,.:.;4 place. Of course curiosity btood upon tiptoe to who were also assailed with stones; but maia-i Ji $ fi- r : 'e' fl'i.A-:le!
;] learn the reasou ofthiss dden, and at first,unaccountable tame their ground until a number of other companies '. '" -I'-'r.f.l .J;tj 'I'} i.J.4"'fJ !.t; .!P P j .. :itseirupdrP; theiiidr{ of, th1South flpOpt.4 which th'l.dC\ aUiIo .. .t.

change. She was not disappointed... under the command of LieutCoLDrfr. haciugaubeided i:bomewhatani ; ,the >. : *vl* ia? ivir '.c. u* 10 9ughl 1..J -'" mfc
- ,
p.
tj known to the public, and furnish and some companies of artillery, arrived .. > rI' 1ilY'foresee the deadlyitrug. mq p If 1 Vdfecilo
. Those. reasons aro yea, general.ecrarnble for office and the few the ingest dye ... .
: the saddest homily which has yet been at the scene of action.The .. ? .. VJ ' "r '- f I>? wli1cllv'.!! take iA "' > '!_' -"* 1gle i r..'"'.''','.' 'I' Lt. '.& I "j t- *

I" : r read,of the'weakness and inconsistency of the cannon of the artillery were planted in appointed and-.\the;many.disappointed i ;! .1 ?, i-.e. A ft "}-J P.at.frt. z's"iCongress next I ."-t 'AIUOClWl.-A"I.' : ,. A'I .uemoe.fh" ,". ,' r "ttl J ibo:

. administration in its official appoint- front of the Theatre and.were filled with grape, ,:and are preparing for .it. ,It i iofal bour held o aee II.;' "%
at -
:' present m nta. It appears that Oen. Young is the,personal but the mob continued pelting the military with. : having, *,.tJ length- ; .,rsau-y found Jv5j.lime<<,,> to.<>}I-breath v t- % jh--\jtb 'f than couuty, .Clajtonieriof 'Ui 26i&". I I r*
.e' ; ,
folly to suppose-that 1.
. A friend, acquaintance and companion stones, and several of them were badly wouhd- "and reflect t calmly!upoti the vnst benefits : U-' "dt- ] # 3JSU 3\f SKI;,' ;.S tu.sectionaIcontestwiff i& ;jijji
, 'arms.in the Florida war of Gen. Taylor. He is ed.' The volunteer company of.National Guards a occupy, q.4.at- d qu tlODf occurred, PPt'at the M &doi ., AlI14 iiit
n and unimpeachable \which. are.to accrue. aIe tiiiiry .meeting,aal.tht. '* wVtod
. of high position which had beencalled out attempted to force ,- -k-jjiJilS => *v J" -
" gentleman = \ .
' a 'Wl
7 tention. i iganeed)look for ho change 1teg J',phi h.ahow.bOY.i Uo gij'b&Qpu&l ..
, integrity. lie was appointed and commissioned their way through the crowd to the front of the flora a White!.Horse dynasty,their first 5.' *4 C1--C r..aHiUiard .

. S as it is presumed, by Gen.Taylor, in opt Theatre but were resisted,pelted with stones., ; r-1 *die "*lfitV"Tf l turns i i in ib'iaift or in the system :'keepii"il1'e bI tb4jdjg Zcomingbimso
. position' the views and wishes of that portion by which seven or eight'were felled to the earth! :thought,. m : naturally ltea': this ckl\11p.htaleq;

:: (constituting tbe majority) of the Whig party and Capt. Powell was badly wounded. upon --poekionof'nflairs-in' regard, ji-' Revenue' They1.- -i'y' .exper'tjiestabtishmeutof on had heard important-subjeeu fro m-eL .After tJi. .b'nilJ
John.Cochran
!i : in Delaware under the lead of the honorable The riot act was finally read by Recorder Bonk Theigreaiquestion Democrat aij i
duties to the 8laireryiquestion.JhR"Mat'rers J : ; which i : one Gt..thtrriD& .
the \
: .
r Secretary of State. .After assuming Tallmadge, and themob ordered to disperse,' >' i ,=. -- 'which rwill'absorb'all 'others .hknqwaowell.w Iped1s.. *
. Gen. Young furnished to the Secretary but their was by yells of defiance the had been suffered .,1. ,. ., .IDai"leomt! $1
p of his.office, only reply during canvass to "' )1 IJvff'" ; to: "V> c-irtJ* ;-iu KX alled5or MrPigb he ;t
, .: 'of the. Treasury a list of the sub-officers and showers missiles, by,which several the it .. ; (l'i: ---p-- ftl'7i"">vtr I will be-.rahal1:slavery exist .any longer elector' last ,, iWbiJ.Ca1Ididitt.fir .IMfef. .
recommenced. ,The.Collector The civil pass. unquestionedi;,lest the "election, of November a .oofr.wh WIia' !.1"
volunteers injured. authorities
badly -
whose appointment were \ '
. ;L J'V :fbr not f It'is not td'be UM?! Soatbernlcauae
ieIyuiat.
* S has hitherto controlled this matter. We i then called upon the military disperse Gen. TAr.oR'might be endangered, now. i "- : ''. ?ii eade H4fr .' .
that. the organization of the mob all hazards when Gen.Sanford toexcludeThe it CroinCJilironua. A.Jh9J'Pogh.-peeob -ng fornsIuJ .1.lm&
the at
1(: do not suppose up tempt j
to'be scrutinized.A pwtiw on this
.. anomalous administration, the principle the order to load,with ball cartridges and 'are,beg inning ; closely nbjee andrcpelling iritkia .
; present gave "
J
that exception in : legislation:of Congress which. :can tuition;tta'_r. .f..politician tfaimt.. ,:
was. ever doubted, or an to fire! and the mob still persevering in their Whig Abolitionist is VicePresident ? i;., .* / ; tf- '" r Wboare, I4m 'T
V had occurred. In response, how- conduct four rounds of-ball cartridges . .- J. effect this be. : : wam.- a theio: benuide. Ui&a.
muthe
practice ever outrageous may. .soon employe&tOcxcl
ft, 3 everOen. Young received a letter from,Mr. were discharged which ten or ,fifteen of.the United States, and President of ionst&T| : .He Bjpbke pointed!, of.Mr. HillkfU. ;
d it frothth" District"of Columi ,d.scribedbis
him to make ether appointments killed fell wounded and twenty .wurw M;. oequiioc4:w,t Wjinisandirstoodj
Meredith, requiring were or mortally the Senate. We have in a Cabinet, selected i i- 3t ; "* vs: .j''x '- >"' "
;.,. : both in his own office and as inspectors or thirty.others wounded severely, among -,. bia. It. would, .eaIYJmattef"di 1 I ,and if nO't.eJ.p&i .1MLI : led

...: upon the Delaware. It will be perceived that whom were several citizens who were mere spectators by a;..slaveholder. a majority of still not,entitle him,to bia aupportf'bu& Hila'. '.E
I letter admitted the right and the duty in and at a considerable distance from to interfere mreitbthe: tov err ..In consequence of. Mr:Hillhrd'i rr-. the
,\ this some men opposed to the existence of-slavery \ *' \ '*
::) tho new Collector to make the appointments.- the scene of disturbance, among them one or eignty of tbe'States. To adiIt1i1ii HjduptwUiottrto: support .hi*.7ttIJ Aft
'r' o en.Young protested strongly against the requisition two women. .The military retained,possession in the New Territories. The President speech j.waa ..ardently delivered i_ ta?

,: :; "lie was responsible for the acts of of their position all night, and .this morning himself is opposed to the exerciseof gradation- secession I from the U o qocould' i with great applause;.. .j i J-" I II J .
. his subordinates. His bonds secured the government they are throwing up entrenchments around be the only step. To a'oiCijcession se ii"L-_ !' > Ib *:q
. -' against their delinquencies." However the theatre, which the rioters attempted several the veto power, and promises leave _/_ _/,tiJ.. _corr" spoad eiit ..

".,4 : he replied further-"that he had no objection times last, night to set fire to. The city every thing to Congress. In that 'Congress then, we are preparing for the New,York Journal of Commerce, wrUeititlhllowing : > Iftit

.:: to several of the gentlemen named and is in a state of the highest excitement. Amongthe struggle -Congress-and.the people piragrapha :. ,{.>, : .." ",')
. with but those the slavebolding States are represented I: -S- -V'Takethenrucl '
would nominate them pleasure, rioters arrested was Ned Buntline, who has ocahco a W' 11
I d OYc5.
South termindtobere.
:: immediately under his eye, in his own office, been committed.' by a majority. The ques. of'the"'.*'' '"i are i" ', ""t;';fc 'C. '; "- ;"a t-.!\ '.bpoliie this whole traJe),cmdkibt1: '}(
'.:'0 where be would desire a conndental friend rather -' On the evening ?f Saturday, the 12th inst, presented by their' ,Ine.nas and not by few years since,''the English'had lie whole wa-: :
: : : than a spy, or an enemy, he must have the the Coroner was holding an inquest upon the tion; is now fairly before the Southern trol ofc Very few cotton goods ofthii stjrle t'now f

. ; privilege of selecting." This privilege was denied -. bodies of the slain,-21 in number, which it was people, apart from .the illusions of a 8 secret. en 'rriies" -- .'>not" ,*: : by r< PENDLETONS, -JQ- imported! ,at'alK and wean fast reuint tli trbef<
him he resigned and Mr.P.Brobson, his could be terminated that 'D:
'f-I ; ; supposed not night. and; BOTTSand1ttiat.ilkP .. knack uf makIng1thefiuerdreahuzIlnL .fmusIin.dLiinea

.,* proffered deputy, was appointed in his place. The wounded. were 33 in number A strong Presidential i canvass,-.How:is this minority .: ". J' I..; .., '. wipbIjnuiactusi I I

.;. Two-leading conjectures have been base upS' body of military were under arms all night on in Congress to' protect the rights good-prontfur m j re'thdii we import iOfthere.u .A" Cba

1, on this developement Either ((1)) thatithe present Friday, and the peace of the city.was preserved.Our The: Virginia. Lietio" .....". notonbe'otElIb I cateredCnstom'iboasej Lt I\IIIIII. Wr ,
. Administration has generally adopted the correspondent states that the excitementwas of,the South. tHitherto : :Iwbiere* threWajbnj : '
Our of the hoadrd
Republican
I;;. I policy of dictating to Collectors the appointments still intense on Suturday evening, but:we the Southern Whig party ; neighbor--. v ; <* i gives-* 'fie .ago. It'ic true the English fccn :
:; J they should make, or ((2)) that, in this particular eel well assured if anything of moment had forty different reasonsjortbedjsastrousdefeatoi :found competitors in the French and Go.. 1.tad
k '"
instance this course was pursued towards that he would transmitted it. have ingeniously evaded'ny..tr ub1e- .
; I. transpired, have '
? his : in Virginia and of manaj; whoa together with our own mills, am'nearljiiriven :
'. b Gen.Young for the purpose of compelling The whole of this melancholy affair,seems to some questions of this kind, Ly giving party ererj-piecn English cloth at. 't4g

. VI him to resign, and to make way for a person have originated in a detemination to avenge upon course,- all .but tie right!.one ; He'acs1 of tb" markf ti '. .
more agreeable to Mr. Clayton. If the first be the of Mr.Macready the up .the_ question,, altogether. At first -- l
I' b : person distinguished 'kn shade.tidifl'er.ence ;" .Th.EDlbsh are.also losing their great Io .
;;} a J true, it is needless to say that the present anti- English tragedian,. the ill-treatment whichour they considered it entirely abstract,but wledaestbat'itbe. . 'f < siery trade:ith 'us, the Germana beatihgttoi 45'cot
anti-proscriptive administration, has countryman, Mr. Forrest received in Eng of bet ween .Messrs. MORTON -
ii.partisan: opinion, ;. most decidedly in*this article. So with oasr'other
: .f a most alarming step towards an utter land on his last visit.Latesi as .the. owners ofslaves :were the party larticles. -In fact iscJ
and Pin.sroN-'On the -slavery our English-C01Ipeti
' of the executive patronage to partisan : ;
prostitution
; alone haing'an active interest and tors arel&sllosing.'marttt which',
and if the second be true then ff *lift'-S3Si*& "i\t' :-Wjt: ---3 faty'hanhad W
':: f purposes: compietely' From Europe question; .has naturally, (;petl&p'justly 1 the almost exclusive monopoly of for vein;
Gen. been contending .those
has the object of Taylor were. .against havingno .
.
; 4 '. defeated in this instance, and there is reason to The Cuntinent Europe is generally in very ; ;produced:the'defeat.of the latter, 'and.a steady preseverance on oar part, not 4. ,
9 : hesitate to disturbed condition there are" interest at all;this excuse(or treachery tK ,' 7"J -' '* tr.. :; pending too much Government aKJ he more tCi
, that his Cabinet do not ,yet some bright but denies tbatleresuli '
suppose
:: : throughoutthe '
,
JA our natural/energies an ' ml : thwart his purposes for partisan schemes or,the spots apparent on the political horizon. was droel. Next we learnedthat preaaveraace the
: State is to,be attributed to any:8ucbause cbanical.aki11r'wi1Jntime: not only give iu ear
feelings.Georgian. the
;; gratification of personal i France. : the new territory was 'not adapted '. t a-'S I-'V'i;r'i 'home market/ but.th, markets of the world.It .-
.1 In the National Assembly President of the It be satisfactory i ?to the
Thin Virginia Election in the Mouth.l may very is the kst weT want,, not only forowoaaa"Cictnre -
i
to the institution of slavery and was eirda
Council stated that the victories
:. of the Austrian i -i4 *!Articles: 6df:our'acricultoralPWttCUfr
. : We have private accounts from Virginia and i troops over the Piedmontese could not fail to I not worth quarrelling for. In some instances him to talk' of Gerrymandering'1'"apathy ."a.'1.' -v- t7 : .t. ? J7 t.- 3 t.

.''1 other Southern States, which represent the con-I. produce important effects throughout, Central .,. .\ .. ," S'Jivisidn," &c:1'uwe think 1* "' f C> '' :'* ,, fur

::; dition of the Whig or administration Italy. ,He said that the political risis was imminent active. a .against us.,were 1" -* from "Cfta Z1t .-The tWq ue'Saatce,;.Cft me
that region of the country to be in a much worse in the Roma States and that it must be a mighty big "ahade"of, : o- Parker arrived hnisailed
I : ,France taken by Southern:Whigs. Mr. STEPHEN T .j. i '. / ".T y s: rdy from Chinea. c
1:, I plight than even might be expected from the owed itto her citizens residing in the. various pinion which .couldcause, the: defeat.:pf 'on the riiorning of the i th1 lr." We tea
; \ disastrous defeat which it recently sustained in I portions of Italy; and to the maintaining of her und.:seveiothis' Southern, political i l from arpassengsr who lef'f Pmzit1if131h '

! : the Old Dominion. Our cotemporary of the I own proper influence in that quarter, to-occupy friends ,voted to'lay the CL&yrorvbill od every' regular-Whig" "' 'no mine. in ih- *St u. of .April that n number of Pernnan veiieSlad"arrived :;nirS

:: r. Courier ond Enquirer is of the opinion that the temporarily that Penil ul, Odillon Barrot It v-is ;rseles.tobring: ; ->up* *w 9Tn *:oldi.0 atHhai'otrthii'd"1' re'eorage'" 'tYftn;
I
extnctionoftbe Whips in Virginia has been then read the the ab'e"' on the ground! that it ddt; : "
.
i: i : project of a law granting a creditto *.* O1*, --.i- rp passengCr8 SanYrancfstfi> Jlhe. ,iJjitiifiSif-
canted letters .nd the RichmondTimes ;
0. : ; occasioned by the mistaken policy of General i the Government of one million two,.hundred establish slavery in..Oregon.". Afterwards / "i '' l1'. I i queTworifriend3wu| about s1rilirig/\ifKJlM
. ; Taylor's cabinet, in not removing two or three i thousand francs for the support of an'army,.destined to explain J. it away.,. BOTTS' would--ni 'ai 'Jp88Sengers; una-the;pric6 ofyassagtr;fwrn lW .ietf
Democratic office holders. This is like accounting ah Oregon:bill passed ; < ? s ,.< I
expressly
: c to occupy the States, of\ the .Church for IDa to J'an Francisco averaged fi$ 5fttM6iL>.
..;.:: J 'for the immense rush of Niagara Falls, bysupposing three months. This wits put;:to, the TOte and excluding"slavery,' and,'Mr. STEPHENS, any moment-,:sacrifizC, (_ ; ; Southern}inter ',The steamr shitf Oalhwniy wWfcc 'rfyepectolaiPanamawhenthc lu.
' that two or three old women in Buffalo passed by 112 majority France is. determinedto ests for his own noli advancement! Santee { Y Ttfv
J ..: 1 f: ., 'et"t\bg
of in the channel -M .;PE.NDLETON and Mr. BOTTS "three '' '"" "' :Yrl
their water "
had pills *
emptied : secure a free and liberal Government at "t '- I three thousand'persons':were at&PanHi%jd

'::1 4 ; of the river, and hence the tremendous tall Rome. Rumors- are'prevalent as. to 'a change of the immortal;seven, next figure asadvocates --and tbeRicbinonc1. Times can at any they were arriving daily fr<
1. rushing waters at Niagara. The defeat of of ministry,'and it is thought probable that,Gen. 1 i i moment blow hbt'br cold bo the'slavery ports of the Uh ted States? {. A large nmateriWhx 'f

..* .the Whigs, administration party, in Virginia, Lamoriciere will be appointed Secretary of of the ,Constitutionaljty ,of ./ aoi .a t'-V.: >nad baen on the Isthmus r some fad Ccbe

" (and its probable defeat and total rout which War. The Cholera is largely on the increasein the Wilmot Proviso., 'They':were ;obliged question, according policy may who could get noicbnveyance loc( lifiMKonidMtumm.theiCrescenc.City ,

:.7 may be expected in other Southern States) has : Paris and'many of the most: important andrespectabl. require. It ii this very- indifference : and b. ri-:

-:701= been produced by the agitating and unprincipled .''citizens have fallen victims': the ;to-:deprifeTGen;: or1-J "' t BiL .Nf

r:::; I operations of such politicians as Seaator pestilence. The closing price ef Five. per cent to to obtain the Northern vote, and they ..1\the<<'" slavery.;question.1which. -J'l'. z.- -: ?has"swarap-ff ft? -t"V 1.:1j --y .i ;>-, ,- ----J- ii'1tl, M

Sea.rd1Ia .tin Van Buren, and all the othar on' the Boll" 1raS 80f 15c.Gernsaujr.. '.
v:; anti-slavery agitators belonging,every faction .now..J give.c_tb. tbfrti1ii&der tdefe ( t the United States Government to inaairief dt fc
z in the North. of these agitators and I p.foduced -.a"re8_ lt ilch trulike to '1
By means .
,
.. d the British i
affairs /TAYLOIU- by the Aifa1res
.t : ,'will the.potlitical of Germany are in.a state impotence t i t.F -4 i Charge :'
'I: "ultras the administration of Gen. Taylor i' of great confusion!.. The assumption of the, imperial '. + 1.- \* xif- 4.i ;' : '! "' jhi'j N.Y.: Tribune and the Flofs4eJpubli ;proedtrelLLtion of the?British" *Tfg5ti ft

):11? .. not only be Tylerized. but it in will the be next left House without power by the,.King of Prussia. only f But-'JV though- a- portionof_ ,u.>.. ..!. p.T.theSouthern... j.i.i.- T c ui tti h str c't W" ', 'SJ IA ws haS.beea-published and present4thU If
' hardly a of strength ,. ( at
.f t of Representatives.rag It is a fortunate thing for favored,by the smaller States, while the,larger politicians < have evaded. this question, -cJ.i',.''f'. 1-- ;. I' .: 3s .4 tv" ase ofqmmons Of itheBritishPazlwa11' .Jit
; i ones manifest decided i .- r i* f week!to 2proethIi.weetikeanom t ThtLupl11stat .that la-;pacific .ppcs 'W. ,
a the
the that.we have such an honest, upright opposition.to mea the people are ,not disposed f tddo the ,, 'tj
.. ; h country, sure. France and.Russia have also intimated v > u -_,. fl Virfijiilf1\Vb : ->" 4 (4 n.i.I\vld 1 i been m;"lc by the President of the United&et
House he I ch
,'t fearless.man in the White as their ,The .azette' same. .'Thetstartling' question still r'.i..* papers;! W8 to-Jtbe-8ri" h1.Goye Jovehnnentt.thi-oa 'Ifr J
p it. His cabinet is nothing opposition. : Cologne as. : > i.- jai ; j f iliu ; I r 5 ,
who .
: now occupies ; .
:; f.. serts that Prussian 1 i. < !- ;<- !*" <' -Ifci'* 4 "I the ttichmondljines-must rernaindurnu .' .crofLJby uotjeAddressed toLord4lZdtCddZoYSUtb5r,1l847to ,.
the .
he to no I Ii goexnrnenthasdeclgr.ed them cantheirmm- ,. .
his party is nothing; belongs party, everpresent9 how ,fit
:,; but to the country; and it.will require all his ;, to the OlmuU Cabinet that she.wUl not;be rwH; -'**, At" -&ttj Jt.-.J" 4*',- j Ii'u"v.rJlrP i'ii1 f.ri''h: f.Wti .id if I f C09cfadalftIfJ,, et
..
i J in the crisis which is I deterred by any manifestations opposition by ority in:i Congress protect)the!rights.of'l' '-, 4 sy ; w* ix.j j3 ri ygz. if 7 ; proyidetL;f that 1lrithfrs1jiQuI4&trade1kvsnypdtt '
and great
U' ? nerve about' springing sagacity in this country, with the. Austria, from lending her t assistance.\to-tha 4 South" li'LsJh-K- 'i. <:f -i'1 ,riulf':"',"f'e .politics, at the outb,: w4y.andsitu d in jthejrorid to afayi rti ii:Ae UIl! J r
tninority .
M; ; commencement and progress of the next session. formation of:a united German-Confederacy, inconcuencewiththe fOP yi 4 tyt, .*,.i i.4i.:.,; ." *W :-/J"lli: ?.***-_-; ret race!their vstepBi:but they:ra i'sut"i SUteamnd.-be ell- -.eibrbtecwi- .a -.:andm|. ';
: &L of Congress-ia crisis which way feared and apr ), other .German,Prin fromtbe,elemen.of mavaieiTji -, -'' H*!''** > "-iv. .o('JWJrsTijuy jsfn { &o.1. &_ 'tMN1QU'lestualAl"lAfA t ,
!.S who in and that she will uphold the war with Denmark. :H'Tbij.i tijin>| ar; 1 < '1 .lerJqrbeu.; rdy.beybse forerer .thipstJl.rpciproc ll'j.Amtiid T S
:t p hended.by WaahiBgton, accordingly, J _.. ,.. .. .... .' ,_w .. mposed ,of. } like -
: lis farewell address.counselled his countrymen The relations between Austria and Prussia areassuming i lost.the,confidence.of the people t i'U manner, c&z1< .1r.Di r\oIs "p':

:. t to beware organizing parties on sectional pre. awarlike_ appearence ced but public Democrfltli Whigs, and.Free ilers.Fill4Gr .- ;*ou4A -aArtwa5a..>x5ivav .., ,'. VJames to any port undeMhfridomimoaofHer. :t1.

..- judices. The cabinet of Gen., ,Taylor need.QO' opinion in Prussia points too'strongly,favorof I. h 'ofifi sect ions .are 1-1 Iye, to i 11'X)1:;' lll&, ..t' J 1.r" U:1':, vJ-'tH' U"jl 4- 'tO aJa' <.,Th. .,.. !u+t to"tP.Q'&:11 Bntnar
ere
4 trouble,,tHemselves about;'organizing,any 'new the policy indicated by the King to be dis ,_ \ ">''' i.' '."_. t, '' 'I.it" ;'Jt {B'j p !.t ,' ,J .:. fllu 1 )ebrace tul' co."tJft,.;_r..c.s'1 ttiide.."L.,,!Ao"a j+....'r. .i .8M

t: ?. .aystexn of measures, any modification the tariff regarded. expect assistance. f ;The: answer>'.-is : .iTt(iJ t 'BAL71MORB1Mjyi3; pfl;} I'Oktir3iiHI I.-Th } -**O 8at
: t "IJ', :j.fzAt .ii" .xsWv' *\.hl.n ; ;f. 'HC''r t\'H } .;"\ .. "'' J TAl MAamlt4 l ?
..it, any chance in the financial system of the '' plnfrome: Democrats. 1).d6. o 1:1'ne Ne.w .Ior. l i, lUaec 1. TI' '
I Genea:has .. .. .., .,.. .,. ..... :- l six commandments Mohammedan
k will have chance capitulated< after, enduring atei-- .40 '.U"' -" -'-"- ; -
government, for they never ; haT ttkthe1 aiil Ouii :vorok1Th 1\ I,
rible the Democrats'alone d *>d! ) :gion.vfi: ljThsreig dftity'boKJod, !
*to carry anything into .operation, other than cannonading forrnine'; ,dav i'-There'haigeneral ; --rwta f1 11', K'y :; i. 'tieen J.nt. 'i to
J.iJ' <: 41t4. J C.V'i I :4- ., ; i U Poph'bMohame4.beift1O41.! Jfoatle.
, 'the general.system"whlch'IS now in action.TJow .- tl a' rising ;Jnlusany inYavbrforces r the That 11ti' frue.we needjnoienter<.V iti '!Brady" 'Postasater' a4 Johntftung.'BttTheChole no
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I houses'Congress, under the lashings of'Korihenragitators ar rid tiuke wh recently yetejb. thti l.iU:;- ;; n--f. < 4.i S.U*.A yiij f j iw'sifVj I 'J.en"er' .'Ir ::,.... _' S .11"f<; .. fit. fast 4viaK'lRamadan.. m Li
kfI; insulting and abusing the i powers ta'bi tator1; it "Si:iiiizonIr:"t n : any- emo1sratioflfItispalpabl. : toni.93' E r i brm .q.G.. C 1t et i Ift- -.nd'r.C 1. W3\i. 'M-1 Jtl.
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Ii I South every step theytak&-both houses 'ofCoriircsVuill iceis ihi lt maalineTitabJ bjth 'Aii'tria' 1 thUf'1kt. pyitbeutb OlDU Jalh'N.I..HU'4V N ,OWf" I app [ui1 1jb1'aD .q1i4 q.zlireligion .
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geographically; compelled 1-I. '
'! Ut.ake.hotilan& violent,.positions on,that rel der The trgle' In'SIcily ha1Ij'wittidreadM The nlyiistanct i\ uhich:the-a SouttIrLU1Ef .fin\i ?orJ."" "' lr" i: tiit. CII. FWl4Age'1 Me 1. 0W1.4UiM"" J." w. t

_r4 'fcjounl;and the consequences who'can tell?. ferocity."'*desperateljaxtli Via l.. -.iW.tqii' ; 1ph91J"t.u .t; Y>1l1"JQ..rr..r ,It j..;, ct t is so gtncral It has nearl, one' I tit:

' -1 'W<.i drtad. the. future:-Nm>YorK'Herald.Aitelegraipblc fought'on Good Friday bilifth N' ,!v. '. J 9k I ,. tO '' 'mr b ot i ji iiJ C .efthigloasItftoUow'ers-* : moot 1'. Pr
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1 :(** Aa., The'contest.lasted. all night,'and the' ajjfg ] 'ft tt-t t J11 d.ftrii'tiU l t'.Ua1 ttitar ttTp1 t 4ugiEligv -- -Th[boor*}]iof praler.IAIS i .

3 :'detpatcb in the-Charleston were route -ta'gM'sIii.|t r]?fais'dsftitf; 1lQ t. 03oriJo, Qngr.esjol U-'wg bjCiadniiat o i .,I:1zt .a' rasset .2b iA }

Mercury of Saturday,dated Montreal Ata) ,10.. caused the inhabitantsof Syracuse'toenmnder' th'lt tff fj"Jl leN'ortb P!Wbi fr ;Ss,'I' iwwsjwjfe "M loSed and it b'quit*datk i:idq.bfk p tlfit.
:: '- '1'j : :Hi.. ,!.. ere."WI.,. .. .., the first faint 1d,bk ;
1. ssys L ? 'v theldty without fiirther'resi !M.j .wli-w.' ; fji d'4u41K f l' ur. 'l.\1 -} 4'l :"t- J 'f'r<" ..t; .w ..r.e.ti : :en apearftnc ofmid4lm .
A number of deputations were received, by .:> r-J Z&lZT&t-l-. .! i/'f1Jt' -( t\ ',Hi1.uq cordoci Ip. O 'llU.4' rfifj'1.1.QaJO ,4LWechthb t.1. i 4 q t aoOi pjiabbnt *{ hu.aioa .I
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the Governor to- & ,-Wh expressed their iconfidence "!* ti "' .f ..i,- ["'N rth t :fi rin IoiDj tn(lJu t"'rr4lt r"- 4ms. n.Mr..rI.XtIf't.( It

a: in his administration ofthe Government. ajhe-.- A .&.A i I'!tftJp.1. | ,\ .u 't. tI'IA1 "' U it.t.41C.n' E : i 4." ,, ;' .n.hlit J 'I1 df10, .tW.i t"1t) 11

.The OOTern r*to&P* h -tott**+ and a'mxmber'of .Hungaw' th eJr.F hole iinajSTrai z $z-g ,single b1gppe, r; ;4d ating. .respc ; Ii" ._._.: 1.. ft4Xp" "C .!J.' .._ ""111 MlJ '-
his fnenosfat Tit "8 Hotel, when a upon Pt4sky's ioct.w ttir't fit ,t 'Si df 'Timfne'it 1i-"u' .a "" '" ntl I *f .?."3? 5".*!Ip C2l '.
'ttob'b'f about hundred' JDI,1J IPttHaMsary, and...WChgZWlslal u. =r., I
two .f 7 Sjr Effl
asiembleiL attacked \ t.N'it' fo W".ti.f \ZJ3 : : ; '''' rift Wtik ,

I 'the:-house'and'broke. the windo* The in'mate )irryngo.*J t P9pa.. 4 .. ko4I. ,;' tmQ'i gYI 1. l.tJ7. Q 'tM i cartmon
'Were prepared with fire-arms, and shot 'flh.. :' .J:',' "b't t \Iitn. J.t.! 1 f ecI-beth' useaoffC J had1, t ?OU"l.a1.bjt an. ; aJ&feJMs ex
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rone'of'the-6SfalLants1n'the neclq when 'the 'Sf 4 L J- ")"j".' bsai j.n. j. LQ1irJliht 9f\i11'J 't tt 'f i il4Jo.'ml' g. 14 .
'crowl ':.Therelf j laia' .from qc .,DitWm ; ,,'
diipersedl nothingof1mp9r. J ByJ accounts PensacoU,;w. ,! P-rat :t l\:. t. 1i.1 a.m..1tii,-""-" I&
Haw doisg b"Ptrliiment.f' '*"*>"" hw that 1 'l )1 : rrr Haawa...
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1 he paid tWIny ; witiffgIr6mitke W&t ; : t gO roand Eaik .
1 crb5 of the 1nqaisi n.. t.r tt&! ir&&tt iys? by Labrador and D ifs' LJ PERs6N i Ln'\H i igt 1"th tf\X; v* juAJLnr. u ,STA 151 t ;
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4 lbtiogjs > St''bj'B 1t JMj nbovWatenb .
:. i out of the beaten trnck .here'.wou1 dastorus1 iDr 'irc'li'crsJP.roh ire tontfonednot;to pay PUiSUEIT I V.;:
ilding
IV 1be ,nnEastero 101t iMd "rf jiTr? Ai>* : tothe fourth Ieeti.O"'f6 '
: Peter' ea er FrankLin anI 1'Jrii W Wt act fongress'spprI
tiJae of 0111 de 83C behind 8t. *.Vt :habrotbiIjor&. .Tlu is, Hm. Ljinan C ,Ski.' h; ;
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1 :rf' J'e") t! b V iii'diug 1.iii.J Urt r d ri ) bone.aiger a noblo,offering-it,the sHrine 'lilrchit.. ? d I, ; MarchlS4: fntitted ;'".
d-1' an'l all tbeir.'app.'lratu ..J-- . .. ''. .. ... ., of internauonal, n.t' tr.t".S ... .f. I.T-"l.it. ;,An act to. carry jnto etrect'cert.alal&Jput.ajoJ1l p
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tb,: pob1ft"j \ t..r. 'DlIrne1 0.f'tu I !
the inspection of ufurgl&t-Int\\ma: -1'J' courtesysndhumauityi; 3T fI.I m1.g..
,0 .. .; a 'f."te; Jten'd. .it i ..the; Sybetweinthe. United'Q..f 1. !
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'to"recompriest)1 I The. British, MU VAi a 'trer' r"Att 1d'fd; ,the 18th : "jof t' .
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likely .t.-at u havje y o .4
not vaa
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.rniah a sight : OI offered a re- America
iU Qa" aTJ and ,te. Republic of 6L
" AIeatcooC .1
.av The urresIoDdct : tn e ::w ard of 2hOO'l..' day:of Janaaryi848. of ; < e
tQ gdjtt rule to the peoplt.ch&r led m.to ,l : t ivn.lififiQ _r d ltlwOi: theFi --,. .' h. -. f1 o.. thtl. ., .diser. $ii-it.-j-vL.is..'ix 1th.''Xni power'jr 1tor Attorney-p; !second dAy of february, one .,thousand?,e;. t;:..
The officer in VV4V V : ,' ., jt, ftr t' i hl "
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notice ia .
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) ';di 1Dg In the t housandpuncs ur R utsrnmoirle -<' 18 49. ZEBOLON P PARKER Patentee;. : r. hereby *v. t :

* where the t men"had dOWflWftTdpfteDS 1i ":>1e:'boneSri r iie1ii3tJ! V I Female Accomplishmei 4 intierfioiii(SJifornia avlrtwaH I_ ., .:Ohio/JUaylft'IKrtC1. .,* >.' "r'3moaL. ... en that that,the'.: board, of commiaioners created by ;tot= :
DrtJe djf with| old. 'c v ? y ,tlmi describesaypttnglidy ttMcottn- y:" >-.rv. t -/y <* //iTi<--;" f'-'f i'SETTLEES- >* act,will aeet' in the city ofVWjgsn \'I

1gbt11bi which 'U JUles. of up dungeons weeks.ln8j iDeipf!! ,:tit '(evefg or 1 try "sl te rldta wild ion tbI.wi the lasso'adroitlyJinneTef i :& 1i Tj f OTlCJl 'j t ptt-Monday.i the aii&eQthtfmt April next,*. V r

sh,anA'hAd come tos tiU and which lmmej fever:and a&?;a1ii is call eel;for:which mlsses fierhn>!th the 1tIED? CCOPAlrI ;receive" and, :.otdtij f Jc t r.o1i
jntleite1 r the vaults a ep t, of the tKe me3icine i .rifl.!6ke h>rri ahuotingknlfe in hVr TO. UN : ,United.States upon the republic ofMeoico r
a.tl ht to 1IY mmii be prisons Fused, the" snme witer; and' girdle U R' TI"W RMElJ'j. iCCUPATJON. .:. iCh ; 11
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brOUg nd rstitnds *
the ateprovidedfobytb.ttysJtotbiid.bowI
of Sighs atfenice "or eItbeets 'ACT''TIi ":1 V
the bridge anatomy or UnlJ 1"n (] Jt' th < :
under the C/I'D'a1 or says, though. generally .prQ vnlepV-and! >,)"g't .e_wtenor., and which. b.
1)ctge buffalo;knows nothing about j.b 1wi' '*wl.t't.ro 1)" '' I. v niay. presented
a surpassIng corsets at.tue'fol l >
was the
there 'in some : pg' fL Liys ):fl
tbatbe f
1.e only : ,seasons almost ,universal f ? I o commissipnen to.dtcide thereon
; (as capes, brflouncesv never ; xsonaets :iwd eified to tii1E aeotmIr
..., sp below, } !, 1 by. ing,to the 1
horrocahill r. in i 1838when speaks no En Usb.'' -"- "" > "* "r" provisions of the.said .tmty
nnsymtnetrlarrdflP everyman woman and J1 aespositions before him t udfthefatjcintfftk /
.Ad.if lbt'JdeJ in, ,1,1 masonry, ; II ... to So : in relation to the seutlemen "- !J
.ifal I &.w eb.ktlttn.ti in yarious tc9.essl'Sf child, was down with. ita;) yetrthe 'rri r- .FiE.-BIsh' V ? \and occupation! of all person* "who obtained'pennitsf yention: concluded ckZesofthunratjfi4-JfGI1t!
: p Diaiie o''N atthecity of Mexico
the w'lm' has on,the
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on11 Just begun; pe' tality hs under 'thl act Congress entitled ,
ctta.z&DC11:111 compared, 'witK fevers the i tt
the at failed wentietbdayVotNoietnber
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forS25O3OOOi.nd is said one
have to be able ; thousandeight
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inu8t 'pa1' 5
An
3.1f. of their inserti9fl in this spot. Easlj! is as .one ,to V., .. ;act tOjrovidifoitbi armed"pccapatipn hundred and forty-threex .. '
riod and halt Fmman (. fty,1 When a-mitn only a trifling portion: :nOf his Vast liabilities. I 4t imd settlement the unsettled partJbf theeni V : <. ;w
1f.rJ keD more vault than tall ofikulls-century and scattered ho n aDfS& is seized with the.chills, the physician I Most of this money is said to hare'been\spent; t F jnia pf norida;, a. 'fIN'J4tb/August; .VV[ 'J JOHN>L CLAYTOiCl t i

1otber55n there was.shatt about four feet square prescribes sixty grains of 'quinine in j In building churches and chapels 1*> The fortune : t'248"and .who''w toccnpthtsunder. "that...actho of the Newspapersanthorized Q' topublishjh.: laws i1.I'i
- 11J first floor of of Mrs. Doane formerly Mrs.Perkins of Boston i d Wt.in PedVwilLpubLs! 4tti8)abate
the six :
diDIt .pendicularI7 to : eq(Un1 1 doses, :an3 .if.he is restless is \ ieclatory thereof,approved June three times.} V V
pe 3t .
dot1 involved in '
II off' tbetke !this crashl He/-income is : AprU.7:
in :, 1 5.h,1S44nd; setdeii br ,. .
and endiug p1She adds pJ
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, 1h.'bailding, one.-eiglith offa grain of nor hine said.tobe$12,000perannnm. .r..t. id' *-'i v\ -* i : -.
" ,. .o.rlil'.Jo ) s s ct'iddid not relrnqu1lb 'II 1
'W ::e voluntarily- \>
ch.1Dcery. ,
the .,
. 11'111 of lo one (If the and j .. Bricks for'Sale I.
thctnoutti" :ill-1 '.. J Y *iltv t* DUllw J powders, generally i in abandon the same but continued to :reside on > "--i/ !,

aa between troomsdestincd tor on .. ., ..fiia* Ih!' twenty-fnur hours the patient if'well.;- V I ,J ''l?ub-J'tM 'said frontier soutn'o'f the'line 'dividing r:Townships THE .SUBSCRIBER; off en for'snl.>hard i;

:. of this shAft could iJwi. If but one 6Ur- lint without this valuable. medicine I ,numbers nine and vten, southland east-of of the first quality,'manufdrtartd ti

a objeufse c. The gr'JuDd' r the 'finlt! 1V.lS nmJu.\1p uf putieiit 'is '1'ten down 'for weeks the base line.specified.|n the act of 1842, there hy himself\in the vicinity of Jacksonville, "nX
; and P : V
:r.r snimal mauer, a lump of which heM b aidinglto ect't1iepbject pfsmd"acV.vial the1owprics: FIVE DOLLARS per thoasnd. t

decayed ImbCdd ln It. 8. long !IJkfn lock ot h.lir is In&b7per$0 even montbs.: ''" AtNewnansville; Abchua' county, on Mon.ay -T V They will'be ready for delivery bj.ihe lstdiiy : f-tf.

.UUIUfltIOfl as it was shyeI.p ,d ) 4th May., .":; : : of May next HeasnesthjnVatofthe: r'

Jed rro belo. But that is not -all: there The London Times praises the war DISASTROUS FIRE: 'At St. Angustine,'St.Jo.:,county,on-Tues.. article,that they will give as fall satisfaction'M ;,1"-
limekilns if I We regret announce to'onr readers'the total d ayl5tbMay:; : any' imported at cb.'grw expense froai the
,vol&rg'lubterranean may like prowess of the 'United V ?, "t .' i.. : 1'
States.
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tie cdJ them shaped like a beehive in masonrytIJed "All destruction by fire last night of the saw and I I- -At il tk;; iPatnam county, oa Tuesdayj 22d T V V. "i* r.4'

i JO With layers of calcined bones forming the says :. the States, all parties, and I I grist mill of Mr.'JosEpn A.BAJLBBC ofVthk May.V 'j, /. V'-T KI""At V Also tiles,'well brick, and Corniee brict will J t'rl
: all town. .be furnished
in ,
other chambers on professions, equally contribute their 1 Melloaville Orange county any quantity desired. *V-;V'.G
IUhtiatl1m of two lbe 8ro It was first discovered on Tuesday, :, ;
at about 11 I 'I
:1 in the immediate vicinity of the Tcry quota to the field, thus 'proving that 1 1I %o'clock, but 29th May. I 'P. A.: RJLtH'. :

Siterious above mentioned"-[1It must 1 lexas and New Mexico too late for the arresting of its progress, and L At'O cal& .Marioncounty1! on.Monday, 18th I :D' : ]atthe'itort" ofMr. ';
belong
: Chas.
I not DeWasI
Sobered that oflate the power ot'the Ho- the whole building was consumed''in a half June. V V l Jacksonville. ;J'r', ..

14 19 I jy) l7qai tio even in Rome, was greatly fallenAom I and more to this orthat also State than to all, : hour. It is supposed have'briginated in the an V At Lake Lindsay,;Benton C untY'oDAfo; :, V V_April--V___21 j ._,1849.__,__ -_._ \..-i-j'* 7 **- '-$:-g.' 'T'-'L'** r.'. )
exhibiting 25th June. V" 4At ? r r .j "
Hi former high estate.] a pledge to the J V J
world of the terrible I unextinguished fire carelessly in the,fur Fort i I Columbia SkersR'sSaI: .: : "a i
Fanning ;
II i unanimity with .,Levy. ,county_ ,on Monday. ., -
Ip which the Union will Tutu nace room. 9th'July. ; BY virtue of a fi. fa. issned from the"Jikicta : : !
The BuukumTille Chronicle, as quoted L on re occasions V Court
The most .At TamPA V of Columbia1 melancholy feature of this disaster Hillsborough county,on Monday Ben
.)1' i b1 the Knickerbocker, has a rich chapter on5iTij prosecute its quarrels or its ends.' is the violent death 30th July. p. : jamin Davis for the'use of Elias Edwards is"the V r. :1
of Mr.
.a.I Uon. Here is a taste of it: The Mexican war has opened the eyes JOEL Trson,a young At Key Vest Monroe county, on Monday 'Plantiff,and Charles Lee is.the'Defendant1 I : :

JI 1 I, !: The secrets of nuvigutiou are contained I of those who used to close them in wit man in the employ of Mr. BARBEE who slept .1 3th. August shall: "expose to'public 'sale,'1 before the Court ;$
great V
la i small co I ful darkness. The remarks of the Times that night, for the second time, in the garret f At Miami, Dade county on Monday 20th House door, in the Town Alligator in': said ;
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1. .V the mill. It is .August. county,between the usual hours'of salt
Jt When nsfigators are desirous knw tmdepth would contrast with most proba.ble'that he was suf- V V V thitol. \t

} of the water they gcrArauy drop aline some of the ianghably it focuted to death by the smoke ere he conceived At Fort Pierce, St. Lucie county, on Monday .lowlngropetV and to wit:. the ;''.of the N.E. Jt
( West
.I' and ii b.vs geutM-uUy ted in : opinion! 'gave'o tli eeVarflter 3d September. .quarter, of the. E. quarterfca.. .,
iaforuiation |
- ; for consciousness of .
f the ht-iCr knyw- i iviliiary o'otr country when any danger, and thus made no All interested and who ing a fraction in Section 35, rang*.II,:Township .
4 tie end to obtaining ol la* sJ ; persons have not already
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4 I : i| the war fi r. i ti.-oke aut.I effort to escipc. His trunk nearly consumed made their proof are requested to have the' S & E.' Levied upon and 'to be sold as ? .

that directly oppose the autuon.y 01 I I to ashes, was dragged from the flames, and Will their witnesses ready and,come* prepared) V fif.-property. of said Def- .ndant4e,' atify. said 9.

I's winds by endeavoring to fly ia their teeth be interred to-day. prove their cases ally Settlers on lands heretofore ,.
in iroat aud A 2OOCIS goin the circuit < will 'have 'Lny'mad. and returned te me 'by AUaa
, are pat immediately becoming UA- among V V -- -.-.V unsurveyed now an opportunity Hinton ;
1 \uraU1 ill.humored undei such circumstanced the papers of a new discovery to prevent i Common Prayer ik: to identify their lands. ,,Constable.. ASA. 'A.- STEWART-- V : &

lire s tery stern way about them. the hair from growing grey, or to i \Vhitsunday, May 27tb .is the ,three V..:,' V HUGH ARCHER April 14tds 'Sherifll".- : r:'I&
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Vend in a big wind are addici ed to low gamMing recover it after it has become blanched I Agent of the Interior. : :
I I hundredth Anniversary of:the LiturI 28 lS4i. Estate 0". :.iO is. :rb.III t
,and do netting but turn up coppers ami f by or wisdom. English April tloct :.--, ----,1.---__. .
1. pink and toss while the gale lasts. I age premature The I g)'. A sermon will be preached at St. John's ALL persons having claimsagainst the estate' J:._.r

Ships go to divers parts of the earth,especiall process, divested of the refinements of Church suitable for the occasion.. V V Take- Notice. Joel Bass, deceased :.late of Colombia '*V' j-

1- ]Jl11'beu they visit the pearl regions. l language with which the description I is :- rulE UNDERSIGNED. would can particular county,are hereby required to present the saae C, JI i.l

I Ships are not usually provided with gardens surrounded, ronsist simply in eating oxideofiron :,- MORE HOME TESTIMONY-- --' 1 attention to the fact that they sell cheap duly'authorized,-within the period prescribed ;t

Altheaf they have many small yard for CASH alone by law,r this notice will be plead in bar of their
1. fiteamers other which, it is said, impart certain No. 48 Union Street, Boston April 18, 1&.. They respectfully request all J t
te
are likely predominate over and those indebted
indebted recovery, said
them estate
1 ; Mr. Seth Fowle-Sir to to make immediate payment are %
particles to the blood which A sense ,
descriptions of vessels as they are much are gratitude requested to make immediate '
e ; to and of as.they will positively adhereto the a 'IJ'Stem payment.to .'
I II' to the
duty
you
Bore prolific, and have a greater nuiuber ofberths. deposited by the circulation in the hair to make the following public, prompts me and will give no credit, in future. ARCHIBALD CABBAWAY.r i
statement
which, if of any t
I'I : A hearty meal of bog iron ore is perhapsthe service to you, is entirely at COOPER& BEAD. V ."d"J' tstntol't (.
Clipper-built vessels are dissipated in their your disposal / 14'MD.
safest and most effectual It have Ma,12,1849. .ott' ,April r. 2rnE J. I
habits; their masts being especially rakish. prescrip may the effect to induce some other suf- V V V -it ,. V r :
SI The moat unprofitable cou&ignment that can tion. If it lies heavy on the stomach, : ferers te make a trial of your invaluable medicine V VV iccutor'sNOtICC.4baflVeXJ'OeefOr I*i<

be made is to ship
S. The most polite parts of the ship are the bows of the foreign' prices current which i me from the grave to which I was fast has I''DO' HEREBT./forewarn alt persons ;from of thecourtboue at Jacksonville, Tena.and :?
and the gallant yards. I tening. Last July I was attacked by a sudden trading forli certain promissory note:drawn her cnildren,-Amy, John,'Louisa and); Thoffla 1AlUfltor l

I Ships suffer but little from fair winds but show a rise in iron. Try it t--Ohio I' cold, which resulted' in a very severe cough by myself in favor of James G. Copper, in the property of the Estate Joshua Hichaan 'dec r .1

daring held winds tb.\ wear very much. State Journal. I' with violent pains in the side and chest. From sum.VOf.. $500, payable )1 \, .1849. andendoried to satisfy a debt due from said Estate.l, jj .
that time I began to waste 'notwithstand- by him toCharleap. Cooper who subsequently V !
. Capuinsre h'}us' u >.rusonic iu their reckonings away, WMJ: HICKMAir 0:1
ing I was under the treatment skilful .endorsed .thei,same to.Cole & Brothers Exr last "V
of
Keeping ;&* .outia oi' the recorded Doctor' phys wi1T&menJHIciidt.JacksonvilleMarh'1Otb .
' voyage *fees in California. letter icians. They 'for to A. H.Cole.. As certain 1 't
logs. Ou the return trip hack lug prescribed me in vain I became ,.or, payments have 184 '' ::4i. .'
1 it us & from a young Jersey buy in California, so much reduced that my friends'frankly been made upon said note by me, whfthbavpnot % "

.. Most vessels are sociable i tn iiieir nL.ZLer- wriM"Mi January 6, says : I told me that I must die and that I was liable to been credited on the same, .Persons becoming Monday iTheabovesaleVizpostpoudt.th.jrss.in June next ,.;{ :

.. and have a companion way buut them.A : "I worked about eleven : do so at any hour. At this crisis, '1 heard of :endorsers,or holders, or purchasers of said note, -- V cosy5-J; $j
days
I I averaging Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry, by way:of. a do so at their risk under this notice,as I am determined JTIAGIVOLIA -* 1 >
,HOUSE. :
$ 1O4 :
Wordto Flarder-Ari per day : was then taken sick: neighbor, whose life had been saved by it, and not to pay said.note, unlesscertain :
iuidli ;
: -
I (u y.sLbe Coiuwbu.sbewocr4. 'jt'sjrf'v ?bl.t"r I wall a tievcr and had a very severe immediately sent for a bottle. The effect pro- credits are duly made upon the same.JOHN.C. :st AUGUSTINE.EJLQRIDA.ua:; 3 I

)..- tat'.ttfutian of Ihe Faimrsu} ;" iiv tidO.' ca 1 i tune of u. I received four visits from duced was indeed wonderful. My physician. V PELOT. CmzKjfs of Florida,and travellers .=

- t'ne fid which he has disoorereJ fia rcutioti C ;;1 try to 10 the nearest doctor, which was sixtymiles L one of the most respectable in Boston, who had Columbia. "county. .,E.F.Ma15,1849.. ,. -5tNotice. it:generally, who may"have "ocea ion U '5 i1
told ; '
tb present condition of the off previtusly me that a cure was hopeless, visit8r.Aucvsriswifl6ndgoodaecommodations ;i
- euimtnation of the stalks which growing curn. Ou. and paid him to the tune i of 1 came in, and I informed. him what I had taken, I V V V at reasonable rates,'at the above t

I defied the late severe frost and appear to be ti li&s v< $600-$150 per visit-leaving me about and told him the good effects I had experienced DOUR weeks after date I shall apply to the Establishment. ,A Stabler immediately in-the ,L t .

fur&. bLdes, luxuriantly, he fouud a putting black I sixty dollars in pocket, after paying He examined the Balsam, and told me to con? $JL' 'Ho'l\ )Jl tl"e.of Probate, for Columbia Co_ rear of the House, affords the'necessary -con

.- mould or rather blight in the center and run i fur siy provisions, which are high;: i tinue the use of it; since which time I have cooL .Fitl,' .leave,to sellthe'real estate of Samuel lenience for persons travelling with horses.. i gl.>

.. Bill down to the root. This he nupposed to be in proportion." tinned to improve i.daitj; and the same'physic. M.Elliott, late of said'county; deceas d..:' 1 i ThesubscriberaTalIsbimnseIfofthigopportn.. V t I

1 tie tower of the plant, or fructifying principle, Un who had given me up 'entirely, told me a ,MAR. T1LlY.. .:FITCHETT,; ty to thank hisFlorida friends for their liberal :V r i
few '
days that 1 patronage heretofore'J
since
; fri a which the tMSsel of the mightyet live oany yeari dJi. .11

11 Ib of this or its imperfect corn state shoots.will ThRace not Bv a statement in the money articleof ,I.feel.___..L that__I__am_ .1.now_ recovered.. .and.. .1.gainingObtCUglll .__ Mar t, 1849. c V .St f April 7-3t. M.J.:: THOMAS. '$'t'_

, retard the growth of the stalk, but will effectuwtyprefent the N. Y. Tribune, it appears that VIClUttjr. J.U.t.1\1 UW& I- ___ _>1J-s_: V ,

. : the same'bearing"corn iu the ear." the debt of each State that owes any above We can cheerfully testify to the truth of the Administrator'8'IVoticc.SIX T Notice is hereby gives,' o.all whom- ft may 'i ;!
J : l$till yield) fodder but statement, Mra.-Rowe having been an'inmate : rn that the subscribers will
not n grain product! It considerable amount for each jNTHftje'I shall apply .? }
man of present
for
our my
. family months
V fthe tI'd1th late-D, :vr the planter observe this result woman and child of,its citizens, is as some.WILLIAM.DENNET.past. accounts'and ,'vouchersjto. thfe-Hon.:tha nmbia by petition nnd'AlacbWl to the Judges1dfProbate\for counties Col- V j j I
S frost auu .r vide failure of ; at th1xiextV terms -j I
; against a Judge Probate for the County'of AlachuaRnd
j \ ha ret by a follows : Maryland, $30; Pennsylvania' MARTHA DENNET. of their several Courts for leave to'sell the ""
genen.i real
. replanting of a corn crop. Signed I. BUTTS on the wrapper. '! shall then apply for:,a nnui discharge and dis estate of the Jate'acob >
Louisiana
$20; $20. ; Alabama, $13; For SAle wholesale and retail mission, us Administrator, from the Estate of situated Summerlin" deceased" > ,jill
in v-
by said '
it. /.-The rtrceniAbolition demonstration Ohio, $10 50; N. York, $9; Massachusetts T. 0. HOLMES :& CO. William" 0."Th6mai'decelise rj(:andinotice is V Counties.' Al: :: :' '-5'
JOHN
SU5iMEBLiN
l I Lexington generally admitted to baSTe been $7 50 Virginia $6 V hereby given,'to allwbOtht may eoacerii/that 3v
; Kentucky I .
iWltUT. The ; Jacksonville. E. F. V 'THOMAS' D"DnTER; !! "
Lexington Observer ,the I shall ; i
.; Coattaiion says $5; Tennessee S3 50 Illinois $29 I And by druggists generally throughout the then pray-that'a distribution of aaidEs-- '
BOBERT
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i.
was not very numerously attended, ; ; tate be made therHeirs-of'Williain 0. ;W. ]BROOKS, t
amongst !
United
states '
p tot 23 oat of 103 Counties in the state being Michigan. $2O; Mississippil7and In : ... ". .. %May 12. Thomas, deceased,:entitled to'the same:' : Executors of Jacob Suimnerlin, deceased, and J fi
. 'Tfwented. TheEditoroftheObs diana. $9 50. V Guardians of the minor heirs <"
V t4LALLEN- TIIOMAB
protests '.
I. Ip* the platform adopted by the Convention .-. '--. JACKSONVILLE, .".ACADEMY.' V Administrator of Wm. 0; Thomatl V April 14.. -- y: 34-. *j- 'J 2 ,i

. Wietingtnat theenuncipation question is Prospective Modifications in the subTreasury.WASHINGTON :nNewnansville,"April 28.1849.. :6m. <
jjbttudea ..A.dlRlaistral8"'s BfeUce.
prominent issue ic tlt : :ivu < May 2. 4 a !
) ****j tes to the Conv.r.rti. ." % '? 'hr Cv<'pV p- V 'FOB SALE OF REAL:ESTATE." *'*
PROPOSALS ,
? LUMBER "j
) twn, nd it is said that the recommendation or'Vfce .: |1 I
proi ? :/ 'it *.mr: &ng tJf ,
1 iefeetitgcJU -, lr sl..teM Filin.ore.: oo thf eubjt-c1. ot* BnkiuOorfritJoDs. U7fW"be received'till'the l8\h May"for PopJtothJrMeagiiz.rayiszpURSUANTto.anorderoftheJudgecpro JT ]
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) tbt, "no :' : : 't' .1 Miiilrcomptmiierj; mlavorof the r y.V' 'furnishing the following description of
,.
body wi i
. """tt or dear to the hearts un'i., of the i'Vd. K.J t z h..J!H'Jr I: rt-drip o! is-Jte Bank Noun, secured by United THIS lumber for-a ForJat.Garden Key, Fla, vii: : ., .a. ,; I. .

I, **l ewHlbenble, pt-ople :-'. .:. 4 "..irk, ;or government doesmeets with INTITUIONW1LLBEOPEED. ON 320'pie yelloW pine, 28 feet by offer:to: 8a1e at Pnblio ,Au'tIoonthsret J' .I
to ch
I IiIIII of the people in .nge to thettll it." eCU< 'as'.1 I.. ".J1" .Voi.i .'sr. Meredith,and it is believed that the JflCKrtnnYiIIf first Monday in June next,at 9 o'clock,A.it, ':. ft inches bv 8 inches.- 'U -. :47.787 ft..m. Monday in}Anril .next ensninat, tin*,.nail '1.t ii
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: reguM ;, ou1 sat u 'modifications of the in East Flond& bours of.snennvs gales the
SubTreasuryoe 32 fat following described. .
110, pieces yellow pine; by & 1'l.
.. j Separate rooms will be fitted ? V
IIR.' oe recommended to < op for theac.comnodatini real estate of Eliza M. Crichton deceased
.4'L4C Victors lumgressat their next 6inches b1 8 iDchest ;i14,080 J ,:; -cm. illt
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CViIthtto of our Belong Ifobile the Spoils coteniporuries?-W.; per- 8e8Iioo.by'the Treasury DepartmanLA they will ,be instructed otyoung'14id in and Misses, where 80,000 .P1't A inch yellow pint.11 :' hundred less and thirty,.(130))acres of Landmorot

the.Elementary ,T' .t .pUnk lafeetlong,10 inches& & .1.., ; Situated the St.Johns.Biverj-raDtt "
4jAr4iDgVepon *
(his higher branches *
.
ascribe its of
expression, ; ::an"English,and classical 'to'ialnches County, bounded on the South and
"
East
; ,
-
wide : .
i-ift l' 80,000 1
u7J GoT. ilarcey.late of war SrJier of Four Wen c&L Thirteen Battle*. 'Education and will be i ''
Secretary young men ; ,fitted,for ft.1VIUCh.bO5Td3 G by lands ETeanoxf; X .Crichton,.W8. St. .t
.
.7 1 peat injustice to Gen. Wm.Trousdalei the. Democratic candidate College or for 25oQO8up. ;(*ci ** ': :' : 1'1''fal
r adissugumsliedQf4fiusett8) professional, in the Latin and ". 1 Johns,River.. North' and East by''lands of Calvin :l
teera..ceetj18feet.or; : 24-1 V
: Vdd '
: whose claim tu the onori. forGoernurin Tennessee;:his been in jour Greek classies, and in the Philosophical'and f.e* III long abeut12.ncheai Kecd,.North.by lands of Charles"Byrn:
just now'o. popular i. wars and seen hiscountry'sflag; victorious in Mathematical. ences. V I ; th'esame .
g'ODe-eighthl1 ,of .'
?Lla! tho wi fl party, and:,which h iis taken the I thiiteen battle He'rkrucipAtea in the,Indian + Arragseta... H.flJ; 1 fh" (wider >' u Zi!'::: r1:,7i$
. Ihelr ltf w-tions fonuerly occupied by I II wars n der Gen. Jackson at the battle of New THE yEas will.divided into four.quarters'' 12,000'iBnp" :U1 strips,4, in-jigej e-i:t .1 V 1r dsi.J ;and-: situate;at trnCUthif.Julington .,.
t&tAIfl8911 ,
I t ', is undoubted nud .of which Orleans, in the,Florida war,".:and fought for hiscountry of about 12 weeks each, with interveningrv! .:.. .t heswide,ft,feet laiettor'fi. r t > -** '2 TJj Creek.' ",;,The' said rsieatatbt.b.eo1djorVpaymentofdebtsofdeceasemI. .. '.

te.proof on '' .. We allude to on the battle fields of Conlreras, Cbur- tions.V", The day will have two_ sessions:'the first, .1 J8 feet lo g.f.W-a" t-<,* >012,000: l<" : [ : '" :1' .

Mr Auttiu, late Attorney Geneml of 'ubuscoand Molina del Eeyaiid .participatedin from 9 to 12 At,and the second from to 5'P.' '! 'jJ'i't01r"" : tt nt ; !c"'V.4cksft il1;1f.f'j 1'i- ;.VV.ALEDER W..CRICHTO2 ; ;
I I .',
ss theae'wMSjWbo in his life ol Elbridge Gerry : the storming of Chupultepec.A.Wtrld "M.: :Wednesday mornings'will be appointed b'H.tr."q The lomheRinnst be.of: ?good! l78,867; j I. ; S,) .otEUa1L.Cricito; 'f
quality V ;
, ; t&n''del1tieal words as,a rulr of polUieal exercises Vt in:English composition and.declama-; pine straight pined free Tromi yellowV. .T acksonviUo,;;Pebrnary 19th; ;1849 *# '

It VVT' 1yearl. b for*itb4i-y were attributed tn reLieutMsurySuperintn.dent. .tion. / ',,,.:; .1 f. *.- .i !Hi! tfc? '* auttsap,4and.betrueto, the dimensions4 shakesknots:? ;". ...111eb.,24.t. ", .3Od' > e. r-. #1 1'

reey.ffli4 .of the National Observatory, Washington After.the first term no pupil will be'received; ,i-Proposals r mtist state.the amount:) *i thou; 17. The above sale is postponed to the First .j; 'I .

G"d.- ; ; j s..ty.iu alftteiiddressrlt, may be, that there it.. except ornesr.the.beginning'of:the1 session; sand'as..hich1the.lumber.trillh! fdili'f ed at Monday., ..in May next,. ". ?* r: ..'..pcr <
,
V&liulDrnito t. shtpmentjs .of gl'JthftTnii now, ;1t. this ery time,.iu the firmament above; and no pupil for less than one terra.r .sfd l -, Garden' Key At three.separate tim 3-allowLDg V ,_ "V >-, V '.' .V .J 4V ',

Ettrop.flt1d eu iI8r..tes.l V a world on Sre jArgusr a well{known star ,inhtjiiisi Tnlliwn.. .v- an inttrvall not more than two ,months betweea :ii.i"'e.j. ; iir I &:' 4
BAKSB4i 'I'
., : '
1&11 compured. Tb /the New' York' HeraMi ,: bfJM:IH tn h!re, h s, suddenly .blazed Reading Writing and> &netlcF'W J"-.V$S)( 'each:delivery;and the first CargX;to W 'P' ,:.1. -' .,.. "' _.." ._ rfefes: -

I4lg. ft baa bt' aggregate ptfrtutiotriiiT crtb.4PJtm: 3. &;:r'of..tbe.IeCODd 01' third Higher English stadiesj' '.: ,ij &$ tt8dO, furnished*within two month alter?tha data of t4' ..",{.1 ,a .ac"'I.. ,. ..,."r--: m S* .. '

,Ia," d 1 fpceived utthe Son'dwichd ,W.Lg hu.e:' l l!. ,W1tbIbflhl&flh7. :of Philosophical, and Classical fl cUeSl-t'f1J'" 10,00 agreement. -,.V.,.........'... "..q.....V,...., ....,..-!,!".,,.. 'c... ', ya | > Afc fe "Tja __t.--.. J.I_..< ..' I;.* hs&r ;If. I.
t. .
at $2.000.000. d tbelotai l One. ; ." ,
; : ? half the price of tuitio ccoiIlntOth .
tlio.firstiV7"i *fto .
4t tattWetn'tbree >- -v > f mgI % wish retain-thft privilege of iccmsingor ,fl.J"l... . ,
.' md rour( million lea. "., t studies;pursued'will;be'expected f in' :red .,_ ',. "v, ..' .. ..
1 ::7ThthI \abca V words1used .the : aavance,1 icing the above'!amount 20,000( it.jptfftH of the j opl.t oft aliforiiiiitdV.e Thetiasoin4muaiugc.'IV.rS.iEOf.thefli1thR }n. und the:balance at tbe td of each term.t 1, 1' tcBOmiB.&a
:; ft bet'ween wc"fdm kiss is so of subsatoting 130,000 fret:3 IUth)1IkISOZ ; -. _.. n. .L.$.r/i.h..L'
'n'1
e .: t ". one, ..b, 6lJlJiidtlfrirl! dt1i'u\ IjxicMUt\f.A'V 'Board.Will be provided in Town)at1reasona| :the.,OOC1f.-2Iich"p1a the qtaatftyOiic c1ti ,;jVJUZ649W-, r \c't. ,,1. ." .t, V.l' 'I"
, piI1 ble ..
4! rates Pu ..
1s ,
per .
monthrfor 1--.lr ;
"V-'' froIJIlhnoun bcflxdIrboIeverjefethObtT 1 f,7 < >"OP"" "j"I
f _" __ *
"
"rt > : : 1"
i V j I ifnt -' The Hertford'CpocMt fielsustsIissj '
? Juyijoio.if P
"* ,. try j' tiil9 &ftI1. .a'O.JI. Wuv i1e.JFeVt4&WMI ,"
may is signed.?The ol'trtlho be..If.&J
:
timitlr-Vt*, 'undewtHii'di:'t.uilfa : 'nuNS.t lt" 1G \
P111th&fl jQJt "' -T .f C.- vfa.gyt .1 1- $ theuiseLvesonth tcilitiiiJ f Uiia GJla J,4t J.in ', !.
: -:1" l ilg 4ar u. 7-
from Fort I : j?G "or. tJ'it l1t :
smhli'tbtIbh'e ate V- '
or- I Jnstitutiou;;for the[education'' of their:chiUreriud : '-. .
t 4 ElgJ .. --
vvv u rXeeB\oa tb. "
&at 'f lGOOemlgrantw' for C' 1il'ont a at GOT.; Freucb fhu$ declined tofifltbejvacanc.yor ,* 'other8i may be:'assured,that wx exerti6n argq aj f1i, .J .tt., -:. < V ,
Wi11 *:piidon:iW deli thIIflO1Vb1 c. -" .f "'4. '-Be.''f' r..H t' '",
th4'ptce very ;
Ilia 1T"ere6ad'a frequent 'us:: :Senator from IllinoUlrin lacef !;Ueiibi4i4 }: 'will be spared to nsuretbe health coimfoTVaprogrew j
ntidited l1.kwho\e; "CD
: I p1 ;'so tkat the dd BDJ ld.t1'fJ ty"f"m --iij M'tthiI'.w.i'l ( q $ W-h IistShiV ; Ii ;
p ; Jbi&Dd.JQI ri ,..J l. ... :! oJ' ..' < ,.io knowledge.tif.all who?may-b4j l k1if _cit'&b'.r.e LONDON'POBTD'AD.SCOHIIS;
JIDPtlf. "."eml' ure L.V tilt' 1'IC&QC1., r'MJ. .et trusted the care:of the PrlDd Jf1Jf! Th oI J 1
: e threl
'UJ.pee along V zett.1Ii11"p. eon D' : ha* t 1 .e.'i '.'
apace of.filri otiel 1iq U'U8t Wt..flr "I' t\i' .t r :=
:
!:1 ; .q times'and _
lnsnifi puUe or'tea'' Th> Havan : send tlibIl'I! .... ..
Faro'etttefthfitMr.Juan .
.v
, 'w-&wentr Bassos ,8.1. Pupils In Town h '-' ,
: .
tie1en1 or 'willbe wpectfd; to f < '.
.- c..lNiJt eholera. had occurred: 'of Porto Ri baa wbich' provide sad vti t ',, ,r.rf" r.'P3 JI- 1
ifIi:' inventedjwc by <* ts dtaks.Chairs are ait ta hr ., : "q J 4,
.... CUd.'P rod !'c Detd&hle: lih.'_& ot Yic1 .p''J : F dt. i.it a!:'; V1f' iii i, .
(L1i1JiIt:nr .1'1( V ', J J
.v. .w 1r1, <:'j, Vl( {-. --G i. ",;'" .LJ.i D.i.._ ,.. '.-1. 'I liaucopys1tzfMsy1g,1u9. ffli31I' :4 T Po phf I BiJ 1 .ci' 'r ..Uti f.t&4 '
> ,<: "I m r I'.ttf".fnt.., .. t.1. ttt-l, "'" t'H'.F* : 1T t.rr Garden Key, Fto.April 21, 1849 .' ,. '.iw. as ... V

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,J : T. Honoraitt tibius DOUGLAS, Judge ."'t9-I..' i hU7't 1.1'1 f" ,It -)4'l5 .il ., ("> '.p .R IJJN_ ,''.T'SL'dJN"'L.., i.I.1..f if'f...., i .iy$be-ceBencedi to1" using'bd"'.. itiJ.'t

i 1fbft e State ofIDjrvkiuuiiui 1 .&..VO hare 'remored, ; < .1 "i .. j llaecllateq fJOUJt''J_
* ; .c...If f- !tftrF,ir ,mSSR.i.ROLfS) "" "' dl' -t :4Marg* L'ii'i t. aS _"e. i.ts'VarikJ. her- 1alntsjtfthiloLt1 & .
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1 : v.-' "'"'C.7Y ONG J:Att j r.Ii 'nQftaecr.-; : {They .xmm'Jdr; 1)S<\t1timm,1 I f;ii ift Ifeveic, Pimoilinter' -_ ;thought l II
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"..:. ..;:'ney'arid'Agent of the'United States,,for have'detothettstoek, by,the late iy I & I ;Sh used =.nbe"aJd.ilOIIOCI4 tLt. p ill

; Hht purchase, of ce'tam'lands. hereinafter de-j 'from'#e% tort J.ll. .assortment.. .ot'1.f-GOOd. j,. (LATE, LER'&J1JlSON. ,) ':. : :, S no,good pmlouoJ7.1d"otJ'lilt.tles Yl1' 't6li
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: *tcribed. respcctfuUy bo, !ubt your Honor. : :, !Gro'cwes ,: Har'ware, .'b ro'11 ,I j;1 c.i,&?. 7 o c1i' hi18'r1V} STORY wARE1uOusErNd5d # ., 'I JPBNIjJl1P..LJiI lil'

; ..rhtthe7UntetI. ,States.desiire to.purchase, ,"-*<> ;4ckthey arcea P nt : 8n a l :' lDAlt STit ,..dt' ; : t1 AfrA ,
which iajUSotedJaihe: exhibition andmss MefJ sis! rfl'k: 5 l'j
'PO5St53 forte i 1 1
.J '\t 'hotd, o"n, uP1 8 .fliff/'i) JfUThey "IS : rx it .nl' 9
't t.dhieb t cttta1' m ln for &ga1 .: are noppro.purchase Cottons, J tSig t9fi iM' rIPRII ) i :' o..aRr.YjJ-rit&'.

:1.Jin '.rsenn\sa ck"1a l :;nn4.other dtUl .es.and.other produce of the country a.t.the, N''F, :"(4 : v- I I .f. ,ff.
, : lnmdin drjo 'f:tb 1 'the .fono1ring'd highest lqtk :ratea1U makff cash Jncee1i 1tl'1d. {>1 0l I :: 6ii .u ,tJirJl laeiiftQU \ 4'L

t gcribedlftndsttf wi:, thftt.tr ct'?of 11fld8itUft.; i consignmenta4totkeir, friends inS_ .Tannah., U 1.,1 U' 11re8e1h" ,. .tnn 7 'tJ.U1. ,'I .wtelji ,,. S : nd 1 t oli .

<,tedbnUmeiiaIslarid, In thevCounty Nassab, .nd'p'larlest noRcw,, ; York-' : :/ T -.1 J t' 1 1'n'_ 8a. acaa' 'f estw" 1P'i. 1 Ift it.the-geteTnVprostratIo, .tu& .
the McQueen new" article of Wrought Iron lIome r.I .on.. 0 nti 'ni t l Ig Bt P M Nii nate'w1Mey -I'
1 Jin ald State Vnowri as Grant; they have a L HlL "1*} > >4iQ 3>** .>*- iii.iJjf.-i r Wirtsu. t 'tl' \..
f I.Xol.ih of Eagus 'Creek, bounded North 'East Ploughs to which they would respectfully;call pattern'1' "and'" co.onn&J1.co f. rlSlD Jgry :' Ift i@i jt f\prepared irnpiuit by A ri ?'u8i"'Jr d 4 '.. '" t' 'I .
'MarisandSbuth 'bIe::JiQ 'l : 'ri fd Dt.t'o.' : .. tl
'
2te.hdjWestbY'thewat rs of river St: the ttenti .of Planters.t i .
.ri *" : r' : .
? lf no1&sT f *I "Phj tciaril Uv FvSUlv OZ -
J.1t. iMu' fuivt **
Ad I'
I \ by marsh-of said creek :and by'lands of ,Jacksonville, Nov.: 6,,1846,, ,tf,. .. .--.t* : ; : i'; 4 ,. 5 practice pfi'stveral Iff a &woutf wvfsivp lcli.teTwse < Nothing. can be more, an_ .: .
? for 8 I 'year* > -; rf "'4" .
1ifOr ro.
.Batchtlot running North 70Q East from a marsh All of which are offered cash. or ; ,TJ muD eu" .I"j'CJ1 ; :

t : e.hthis boundary; "cohtiining400 acres,'more "R.luEssas. ;'B..' -Bnt.,. ,ru i'D, JJ&O, ,::., I satisfactory credit,A t the LO WEST PRICES, lte _11ttarv o,effectanpon.ojthejsj.nee have\; ;itigieaisel.e%no or.ien :. i Jra1r-r M'fr Wit Ud" I'performed ttt'J
ffat'
'
JirlessV ThaVlbe said lands are. owned by the ,.by thaf. c..tti&i-' ? I- n1 Womb robust ind -
: 'The1aelth'Of
; tit
aithirevi4pn e greatva1ne t
R::R. RED& iEC :
:
.t. htirs of J McQueen, tleccascd, who' residebey'6nd *-' cqt&Tngea8edtheWharf attached ; oaPAqIAoE.; thotisahds has- been'per d1:restored by :'Its iMdcUYiriinrflSaS? ; '-1.
the limits of the State of Florida to and thebuil4ngs| Ne-Sty1ea areLreceive d'almost everyday ; fil"e1. .. tth''II I :. .are' how''prepared 'in connection ',with 'thfcir ,. ibis median,wheri'all i other-remedies, hate- ." .'. .! .
,\L I wi !'Ella MacKay, Mary AnneStyl s' and *' HA.BDWARE" and many of themaregoLtipf OT.OUT own sales' fasQperstjqn-.Is not t dee -' 'it'ilUR 0.f bU .?
< eiroply/ susp
'GOJD '
.Benjatnm'Styt Willam, MacKay,Ralph E.E1IFot' DRY GROCERY : andtnbttOfbefdundf.elseirher .'<.11o1 f/1?* .Pi'i'iul 1b i 4 !l. liY:.f
_tJie dt tin .
'MISCELL r8SH--- f9.a A. but to; PnPJlY.fha..
AND NEOUS 'E.S7' ,
i
:
and Margaret Elliot, William H. Styles. lPrinted.Uats Jptices,'ted: from" r. ;' 1 TI iJ" t"Ueat nihie to t. < 1"
,1 j"! tem and restore it to sound and perfect health. .
&COMMISST&NBUSINESS
and Eliza- styles Catherine MacKay Robert M ENT:to'do:v* fl k.4.. *--- day to day, with; very variation in the market, ltJi'f; Mirf|!2Vtol t on;W "causes4ireatment: ,'but we'fcai,.wwSJS? -..
MaeKay: and Sarah MicKayJ'Abram B.Fannin, : are placed in the hands of buyers. 'hundreds. of cases hiv hWh' mfr"
p I aJ!''of fever and and other diseases of it
; j "'Queen Mda 511) -Georgia Mclntoshj/Flor- : Their 'charges' ire established" byth(Sayah' ; Merchants will be able to form some idea of .KilSnna limvt* '? *m* ague.Ka.VinrJ trrfttia of the 'Da. TownEND: .' l1firtL. ", d
4da'' .Fannin and Jane .Fannin, who isvftminor .ah'rates: : 'R t&D.Vari .M ent.t1'hen- un- : tiessediuffcriiik b' ''f8kne "'and .

j I and: John N. Lewis her, jguardian They'aro'. the:''Agents of the'p. $- Mail we s 'te't ;,nre-ffJ ; k ot' R AlSO rnP-L '.j.frHtl"'ifi .f. from. J. h II 1 't" h. : 1 U /' i "

\ ,Jacob Read,,.Sr. Jacob Read, Jr., James Steamers,'.at"',thS'J.ll ace' jindiare'now'enabledja'flFer : i1Q: 1't 1 t1 'ft &..31itfVil e of lI cat, meD.O'the dlm :haT I 1 &. .
igtspeabflt if; testifying' to 1tiesh1u ,
.j Re&a au4 John....Read,'a minor, who resides t ; every facility! tp theMerchanlahler. lh dry jJjJWUlUy kept by efficacy of this medicine can'be ->"'1f great 'inedk1bhnit'xeeome':"A u dt. ,. -" ,"t. .

I L Jin Savannah,.Georgia. and whose guardian is and the Public'generallyGoods -. /. our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact to. cation to 'cJiiUi : d fd.t1tti ,.,', "-

Mra. William G..Read,who resides in Baltimore, ; consigned,to their carewtll be received gether.witkthe faQUJtiatour1ttieans and our '! '. lhbj4' l' h tcJ.L9.tU: ; I ..

t ",MaxylandrJObfl: WillinUlSOnfulia Williamson, and forwarded with"despatch., ., fL ntip instead pf peing divided among a vast fW i $ t TQ.BOLMES&TO., 'of Sarsa rla'" '';'n" "&0 1J.1fr\l JEe Ai

. ; William McQueen, Anne McQueen. Your petitioner Their Store Office and Warehouse. 'axa' situ&fed variety.o'art4 le; re.4ev9tedwholly ,to ONE,'' .t t $ lQ 1 J.io"pil9fUl;.-JCinit,. > w' +4i tne. D''jh j tj dl.> "R"
t "
l ::. ia informed and believes that William convenient to the Wharf. \render advantages''whichwe} can ojFer .,j.: P1J1ee; .: ;. st -} q4 # _$ Sr 1 fili1ill1d''roMstor ilt I
resides California and that all the Palatka, St.John's R.iver-. F., nari'13 l, i lp
7 'I McQueen to dealers perfectl/'obyious; 'arid'it"shall. belour fut ii"t eu".\ t ;
: -TOWNSENiyS COMPOUND-EXTRACT
tI
,therheir whose names are above set forth, 1849: "l* who'visit : < i ld
1 ; care thai none (JuV establishment p leasue. ri tbi! .CkflO'Redthj.tlt1 cAr
in the State of Georgia.except'Mrs. William do i'P t ,
\ wsid .
, : fihallmeeV. Uh Disappointment. ; niidin g It t. the n U'b't'C"u. ArJ
'
. G.Read, as above stated. Your petitioner A. M. REED O assortment.. is complete at all'seasons oftheyearr .. Thi3 Extract is'put np'in- qartboula-.itii -j?4flJjIOQBZ'II r; i4't.t"at .

j ,. further states that the United States and the :. tTAS; constantly on hand A well assorted' '' : : '-';t-EE, ''JUDSON '& LEJ3. 1.ix 1irns.;flpzpq,pleasant er, and;jvrarranted: :II
; ,owners of. the said lands cannot contract orV '. J-J. stock ofGroceries P. S..BF.LEE.1'formeriyubf.tKe: ; firnTof, ,perior tfl7so1d. .( "res.. diseases without' 'ITbM Ii B :.W' "rs
* '
ther or. He : '
. ? for the -.sale or purchase J.tJ f:1
igre Lord &Lees and senior : ri in
. ; partner of the original v vftftMMtcA Wfi5 *ic vr uvy**t* > ****P This I
.therefore, that a venire may issue to the i' Provisions, DryGopds; > < for" ( 1.H Extractofsarsapariu
prays firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection tientanais'particularly adapted aij1.41JLi ; ; .l ly in
.
Sheriff or other proper officer of the Circuit ,.\ AND WINTER 'MEDICINE. prepared referenceto.
Hardware he withdrew time !:
: ,Crockery, &c., viz ; ; some .ago.has resum-: -o.female whoshould has rentjn .i
:..Court Nassau.County, requiring him to summon ed business xin connection pith Messrs. Lee& .t ii1greatbautyand superiority ofthis gar.saparilia4over ,
i Superfine Flour in bbls and bbls proa Wng that..eritia
: r competent jury to be ,and appear before M I:' Judson 'and sS1fres'his friends t1af the new. ,. all.'ther remedies is/jtera"i : period1ht t!
: your'Honor: on Wednesday the 23d day of May I PilotTJreadj Sugar and Butter Crackers ; .'. shall have ''the1 same' -: dlca es disease it invigorates the'"body neglect itakt jtrA8U... J
1 concern pre-eminence in .
.- nf xt, at the Court House in the county of Nas- 'I Hams,Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled' Tongues. ; this branch of trade which formerly; distiu consumption cured, T!ntive.:fpr,any 4of the.j umeious Asd II
< ,
diseases to ft
Mackerel Codfish Salt Rice which
determine the value of ; .lema l aa
to hear and finally ;are '
t. aau, cleanse and
; .the said lands.;; And your petitioner further Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese White Beans, guislied,the' ,other two houses. ,which. he be ____.._.:__ _strengthen-_ i._ __tlJ time.. life.. This period'xiiJJ.r4{ .. (
longed. June 25 1847. vou ucbrpnochitis \tureu
IWUpL1UU 4if
2ymanufacturers7
I Irish Potatoes .. several f
; years hi'uSi
that an order may issue to,a competent gt1fifi
prays liver
,!; "t .; 8aryeypr r,. authorizing and. requiring .him to Sperm Oil, Candles} Supply Store. ,. .c ld! consumption catarrh, asthma complaint less valuable for those L' ,. t! '.
coughs spittbig
l Green,and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee :, ., woman ood as It afCUlAtM tI.
: ; 1 "e1.th'l lands,and to.make a plot;tqereo'f. ; : blood soreness in the chest II to bb-ra
,
f-and iliis proceedings to ,Honor on i ?Loscovado Sugar-N 0 Molasses; by quickening the b1&Tj d jjjj
!r report .
; your .q' SCHENCK. & hectic flush difficult M
g sweats
.i CO. night
,
. 'tr before Saturday the 19th day of May. next i Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed-, and Pulverised ., I system. Indeed,thil.medifiJ ii ia SIK.
or
4nd your petitioner further prays that after I!, ,Sugar? No. 132 WATER STREET, coRNEa ,orPzNx, I INE profuse and expectoration all the-diseases which'wpmeiurfri. : : .(

the legal notice has, been,given to the said Brandy,RurayrGin, Whiskey, Alcohol. Turpen. 'V. ORKIIf : -.' in the side'&c.pain -.- itbriues the whblc "SLSSS JI.
.1
.wuers, their legal representatives guardi- tine; .- 1'_ 1'f.n RSoiH we '. lave 'and', .: eritly the 'natural woSf ...raS IL

: dians: and after the value of said lands have LondonPorter: PortMadeira'.,: and Champagne' ,COatOIl; W .l(; ; 911k and (arpes' lflunu.- '. can be; = : f". impurities' of'the.bdypo.., >_ I of c
been ascertained \ the manner: prescribed Jby Wine; tlesystem.-a toucejj lmt_
,
I-
; 'tHe' tnteoi Flori iii of 1'8-lS and 1849| 't the Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves,'&c. facfurer;*? Article, "-;" :., -.d .cur4. 1.t '. ".'' ''. tf :i'1rh'ich i8th'e.c s f 1 ."-

; ', raaiisfaction'of iyour Honor,. find after*.survey ,Complete Assortment of Dry Goods -A i.It .JSANUF.ACT.rRERS: 0 F .' been,Pro1bably s6 } ther ,neTert desperate was> remedy.that ha g. rfor female weainessand' disease.. C. .fI 1SJ J
succeBsful'in cases
, .thereof duly'made under the direction'of-your Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins. ,-Bonnet and Taffeta. WEAVERS' REEDS, HEDDLES, tionas thief it cleanses' arid strengthens ofconsimp.i 'thesystem ;DISE4SE'OF'HTU2E.i' ," : : :HEAllT. ''Vr.

, .* .Honor, that your Honor will order and decree Ribbons; : Ab.lip.14Y.,1
and appears to heal the ulceithithel9ngs "V
. the said la.nds.to be conveyed in due form'to 'Sheetings and Shirting bleached and unbleach'd ---BO BNQQL. .. : 'l1iiW.. f.'O 'J .tIj" '1
and the
patients .r..n: '
graduaUyregain.their'
. the United States to be held owned, and DOS- .Irish'Linen. Diaper.Bishbps and Long Lawn: ; : -D.'J.t'T"w OWNSDPaT il
. fit
- :: messed by them ''forthe purposes aforesaid |- Cambrics, Jaconet; Swiss,}and cross bar Muslins; ? Agents for. the sale of the latest improved ,usual. 'eaih'n4strength.& > I II been.act&l' lUtu .ql! ..f'Jtr1.''J-AjOut' ;a Ldwif1

,! an
$ lOIn newspaper in this State for two months Tickings, Linen'and o ton.Osnab.urg; WOOL. 'P KERS'. LOTH'WINDERS: : The're)is' scarcely* a'day.pussies butt,there are5a'numb'ei' the: greater;part/of 3ho ::.51'hM.C

before the day-appointed for the hearing.. And Wine white audi i'rown. Linen Drill, for pants, ,1. !" ""'- 1. of cases b'f'Consumptibn"rep6rted as'. troubled wilfi shortness of Breath nd {

I ', your petitioner as in duty bound will ever &o; &'c., &0.' : .. j( EEGULATQR; ,, SATINET WARPS, -&c. cured by the'use of Dy.Townserid's S rs pl tering of.the heart, ,>ichfhas, 'ge &

! J pray, &e. C C.< YONGE, Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,'in steel .Oils.-Sperm,-IJad and, 'Olive-and Oil Soap. !The folio wing was recently.received.:JK? 91 I trssin,1nd'.u88.#t1 t 1 }.. tn 11 _t ta .4

: ; ->..iAtt'y: and Agent of the lilted States. and whale bone frames;* Mar h171849. :1. 2m : TowMSEND-j-Jor! fir: ;For th.ejjast J? TfheflThVropjTOj: 'aji'medicine .
: Hardware Cutler Knives -- .- .. "'.' : years i have been,afflicted with 1 1'ansev
r; -1--- fy Scissors, Razors;' > dthreb'.I al t general rebe(ri ttm.osPTel1 re4j ki J.
&'" Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives an Perks Spoons In : Justice: ourt.-.Co1urnbia un rie'rvous'confium'ption tbe ,last. such cases wIth but'htat.b ,
. I: On motion of C. C. Yonge, Esquire, Attorney !m a 1I ..
Tea 'Iray.s 'I i,** j" ** -1 '- 'f stager,and did_toot expect to ner"g my health iact'tiktut tl1re b &'
'and'Agent of, the said United States, ; ttJ 9! 9'J ttcMit' it.t'
I 'J 'If'& Ordered That Joshua A. Coffee Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws;; I Coupty1Florida', at.all. After going:through a course of medicine she was entirely j-efieted oftbe'of ill
I hereby. Wrenches Halter . --,. .: .:r .,HI' '.* under ihe care of some of.the'most distinguished the
Carriage Chains -
. I :EJq..of Duv; County, in the State aforesaid, tles&c.&c) .; ,' Pots3.K. .; t- Sam'LB.. ; .WesterATTACIOIENT.. regular.physicians and members of the *heartland 'wptuTe'l*. )1 1z
; i. Jbt and he is. hereby appointed to survey the'tract A few'RiflI 'v&. >. Debt. ., $46 Board of Health in ,New York and elsewhere tirelydisappeared.- ', ? ?, -*. ** iJ
w priced-Powd.er Flasks.A ; She nas also had the andmuch
of land in the dropsy,. "
IM
foregoing petition pond
men- James C. Green. ;
) filed for '
, tioned: G oa Assortment bf,Crockery tend Tin Ware. 92 end spending the most of my,earnings in attempting swollen. \Ve ld'to idea that I It

, ; 7*' And it is further Or l Ted. That the said Joshua Boots ff. Shoes-rT&etfs,'\V men' arid Children's lIE .Defendant and(all others -interestedarevherebv .regain my health, and afterreadritf .-' be so benefited, as'she bad such a comp1a 1lcI
. ,. flnnf..lIA't-.AD. "ft11lrn..Q' t notified of the commenet' \ in some- n_ nan_' __r.of__ .vtmr_,__ _RtmtAnArilla_ ._ .T ..PiII\1_. of diseases. But it.has stranee it "t.
'A. Coffee do make a true and correct --- - "1 -- --- .u. & as as ion I i>
f L 'survey ophe said Esq.tract.ot land, together with A aofFa' ti i,Articles* .. Perfumery. ,.Medi. ment of this suit,returnable:to 'Ju8tic '1I Courtto .ved to try.it.:, After.using six bottles' J found pear,"reli Ted, Jier orili.kj:1: ; J-asi ign' 1D
. 1 a plat and the' proper field notes thereof, and cine,' "c.; be held atJohnsville 1 for> the Ninth Distri. done megnat' good, and called to see you at that this statement is BO'strange aatoipfor \

. : that he return the said stirvey; plat and field Jacksonville.. ,,April'15.: 1848.. ly of said county' on. the first Satunt. : y in April, your office p with your advice I kept on,'and. do almost like fiction but it is. acTcrtieJffjtwtoreality. e
A. D. 1849 'and to< and most heartily thank foryour.advice. I
; the you .
---- appear plead'to persevere Tour Sarsaparitfa is'certainly iwl-
, .attes to me the undersigned, Judge of the Cir4tuit ,
in the < t.r**' 1
'VM' S. LAWTON same. .1 taking Sarsaparilla and have been uable medicine, 14i1UiIL1one te.used.by
Court for the Eastern Circuit the State ertrj
Given under! .hand,and seal this able to attend to usual labors for the last ; '
20th my '
my that is w't$$!
:: Florida office in Jacksonville snffmtigas ? !
: at Du- COl\Ir.IISSIoi &
, my FACTOR AND MERCHANT, day January. Ai D1849! four months. ,and'I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account 't'heyrti*'r-1Jl1 l',
?
said in
tal afor State aforesaid ,
County
the. JOHN WiPKlCE .. andsyour! Sarsaparilla to continue 'health.11. ttku
Charleston, S. C. ; [r. s] my call at my hdtiseand hayle'qcuKiaiToursrrespectfullt Wt'n. 1
; ,duly certified nn or before Saturday the 19th ..
,
.
i Justice of the }Peace It helped :me;.beyond the expectations of all that ; -*'"'* ***':'' 'k,
. : '
di&yofIayneXt. REFERENCES G.'Jauden, Esq., near Jacksonville 1 -" I
knew case., CHARLES J 't. :
3m QUJMBY Ja
': r}i. it is furtfar, Ordered, That the matter of E: F.j 'G v. C..J. ''McDonald, Ga. ; 'C.Furnianj Jan.27,1849.. Orange my, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2 lS47. -WTTJ.D _, 'A"j] TOWQ )! .. z

>. .t c. i ,petmoi1} be set.for hearing before,me ; Esql Charleston, S. C." ;(ll. n..jyiElmqre'j.Cha.rlestorii'Syc .,;, Duva1ceunY Tux, Uolle aor'. Hale. 'State of New Jersey, 'Essex:C UlltYIchp, 1* ., \ taa: : -, wr :jjYPBP i'-: 'tta.
t thajundersigaed, Judge. as aforesaid, at the ; n
!; [ (Court House in Nassau County, in the State' February 19.1848Kr'iyCHARLES ; BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, Quimby being duly sworn according Jaw:'n' Np'flriid,'o'r:'_'-.J.aJ ncf)sa" .eve-.h. "jItCrPiij.c rJ

: ; afpresaid, according to the pray Cr.of the said -_ ,. : I.have.leTi, uponl and: shall expose for his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is .ed whlcb.so-tieai4y l'eseiofclesor tue Ct '(
, sale, before the.CourtHouse door in the TownotJacksonvilWon accordingtC.thelbes .of his knowledge and salivalri = 4
t petitioner, on Wednesday the 23d day of May DEWAAL:; : I cthfpgf o l t
the bief.T. 1JTMBY.. u"
first uN3
'; : next at 'Monday"-in1 June I theorgaisof digstIo 1 't ]wl I'IreTiA1IWaL oftf 1J1
one o'clock1 m. .
.. \; .\:. 'And, it ts'furlher brdered, That a of$the : ,.i1JT- JONJR, .next,.!((1849))f'the olIowing"Jands so much ; Sworn awI'bcrThed to before, me- at Orange,' .& a i1riLJ tiet' t urea\c ;
copy JACKSONVILLE thereof as will pay the"State Taxes due thereon .the 2d Augustl847.nCYRUS 'BALDWIN; fa WeT.t i l'l .
i r said.petition and of this order, be published for E- F. :fY.8! 1 r' .
for the l v tit> M *> 4 --ft '% T .UJusticeofthePea; !
:
; th.eperlod'.ol!, two.months before the said 23d 13SALES in any part of the County attended year lS4il tyi *- .. ., B 1 !! ,Nlt.BAl1T, May lffJ oJ
. acres .
:situated .
,2.000 ll '
f May. of May in to and respectully.solicited. ; on Nassau River ; 4 : Tr-; J1 'DJt..Towl'SEND-Slt: I have bees ded
1ext "TheN'ews a public
: and Jacksonville 6 and,Houston's.Cr ekadjoining lands of John TWOCIJ4LDENS4FED 'r r.' several yenr8'iBith.dispepsia in i|:l *
prii4ed. J848
'newspaper, published at Jackson- :: May J".h
Houston- particular 'boundaries Veryfew,families indeed fact ', fa .
-
unknown in-
stoniati
I1 Tflle,'Duval county aforesaid. T J. ( Te -fornij-attended 80urne s of fw
' r InformationVanted purporting.to,belong to Saiidiford Holmes riot heard rOffltht 'used 'DrTownsto\J> of appetite, extreme i heartburn, 04 i..t .
JSiVKN, under my hand, at the City of Tallahassee. 'I ... '7'r..k
': h. ., in the* State aforesaid, this 2d day of OF;ED WARD TIMMONS, Merchant who "- .j i X A. CANOVA, Sarsaparilla ;;intime lost any children the*past avemon'/rl 0 'all>kiids4'o .10'1anu.# .. j.

.,' t ii41.a( ._ ... .HUlL* -left.Dublin about. fifteen. ..veitr.Ne. < ttira .fn1OCl .. 'Tax Collector Duval County I. summer Jihije-those that did not sickened and '(what I could'eat)'I 'hive'been' i &W ,t

; ; ; .;- ,-THO, DOUGLAS Judgl&0. : ;..Orleans, andjs.supposed to be--at-,-present- Dec. 4th,:1648.' ,1.$ -t XEDecD. # 6alA.clminlstrato.r8.Notlce. 'die/1. :,;he.certificate we publish below* is oncjttsive but aTsmall. Kortion:oh m s'tomach..: "

% fc: -March .1$.19. 2m in'Florida F.uli. particulars on the subject ; } evidence'of' Its value and is only(anoth- 'usual" remedi-- -i,! but they'Xad; --' t.If

<.L. J .. inquiry of h.is letter Ireland. last year can be ... ," -,. 'er instance f'it ifng'the lives children 1: ?effec in mvii'g hcolit. .''.t5
I
t : obtained! by answering ,this. advertisement.Anyinformation .- A, LL'" SONS t b4cbte4 tthstatO .o1 DR. TOWNSEJJD-Dear Sir: .I-had twcP'children 'ed,'bOut'iwo inbnths since, .try ou1ofSiriaparilla

Land for Sale respecting. him will be thankfully 1:1.: George Church, late of Duval county;! cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer : M d'I1 ':' a.h .

D. FQR SALE,between um.aid ten thou. received by Fla., deceased, will3cqme"tonrard: and make immediate .p1AiJlt..and!dyEentery;;ozie WAS onlyi 15 'fidencerbut. if using ,:nearly Wp I ",

I I sand acres of Land, --situated in Nassau tl H f |CHA. M.}c.fD L.\NY,'f payment?: ]An 4u: persons whatever mpnths old and the other 3 years. They were found:my appetite restoedna,the,iwi. .U' iJ

I County, partly,near Nassau and partly near St. i. 'Counellor at Lam;.e, !Nassau St-Jeit prk. having demandjf agatnst! J hBVeaid estate, will! very
:; Mary's Rivers, being a portion Jho.Waterman. April 28;: 1S49. 74W / / render the / -within'Att yelftrs, authentica.ted die; ;they were given up by, two respectable commend the use of it to.th, .,'' ; "

{I \ Grant. The above is heavily; timbered pine .:- l .. "* i > a (-- as the 1 tr3.1 % r 3 Mnotice will be physicians.' i .Wbt.bgctor: informed. that affliCted as.} haTe been.. _.iVO !ft! '1 C
Ian l, eonnni ntly.situated upon water courses, : 'East 'Boston' Pleaded in..oar of their QTerY.... "" mut 1-ii'S'em.S eTesolyed :to try/your t. -' t, 'W. y4iA r .

.r J with tht exception of. about five hundred acres "j'l fMl,2Sd-1841.' t tJL'_ WRENC L RpJ f' r AQmtr'. .Sai.w: : J4.Jjeani so:much.of, but had N.,'B., Purchase.none* "jL'It buf such as Li rI.. .1t

, n -.thea.1' hammock land-upon the St. Mary'st Mr. S. W;iFowle-Sir: I have seen so much of Jacbonvi1li.1, F,,i1.,Jj)2.t\I8;,, .1 "t/. "2inA' '1itl.e-.r- ,bfide i,m e're;:1 en'g/sq much stuff adjertiwd I" i en that hide tbe bottle".cwpletel'iii '
I e River.'isTht whole or any portJon'11l1 be sold the virtue of Vistars Baliapr'ot.Wild'-Cherry,'? }! -" .;Jhatsift wprAless.-iibuwe(; aye, very the written SiiD *tt' 'f 4 1*f.j.o.WtS i "'

; t* tap for'.. ;'Apply to" that I feel it'my duty.to add my testimony in its ni fi f s t i;tit&T'i"Hf 61 i cj'c',- 8hflnkful;t tlia1we u4 fprj .undoubtedly.saTedbeinducea'to Principal OfiTc f26 Won ."Mjf; g,
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. TO. : = *; WILLIAM mCKMAN.c'lJacksonvilltjMarchl ". praise, My song; abo t,14 rye rs of age,'hait!for; ifi' !'ixTiisl'arier(date,118 1' "pi'} *o t1i Iives.q..4 fthI' .t mma) 'vt.'.Y .l\e dd Ing." ...'co:8;. tl" .l ;.'U'4I.UOtl1J Mi

'- ?, 1849.._ tf the last ten months been afflicted'with a severe the;Hdri t Trooate Stodge f"bf-Columbidcouritv' use it. YoursVrespectfully'1 .; Q J.S tf-W Ut'i t / T/:1 i;"PJjUacfrlnLil LI>
m.._-_ __-_ _:_ 1.3 !
.t cough pains in the side,and body. arid.a Grad for Letters;otD18hiisgionthe as Administrator'pu: JOHN-W LSON Jr. S. -flib B JtjJDOt1; 4rojJ ft
'; I m riSTABS- BALSAM':OF WILD CHER ual wastinguritil Was but a mere living skel. EtatefRe rClefton,1atsaId''county, ?Myrtle.avenife-Brook1n,'Sdpti 15,'ist1;- mcbtn'oi1dVP, rngl M. C l1 J 1.a1. .
jR-j JSYirrNo *" '*" lS'L"a
iv i- t eton. I had had the advice of three deceasea.-th Gi / 13OHNLEFTOA4i'tJin7l849 JI..I'li"lfO 1J'ZVN.4'IC'.4SYLrJM:41t' .Ii' 1.
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t
c physicians: 9-7 l tl1 eH Ni..tO fJ!"_
Qaackery-No Deception.-In setting but J! :{ ,th vI 11I1n h U d. ", r --f'YA'." t"Jl.
of them U .
*4. forth the VirtueS 'ot this truly great medicine! none could give him any relief and ....,;t'.,.. fr4 vlu,I "iJLhJ'- -i:.f'J ss q.on" oftbuis't, 'P- -" : V ,,1f' r !
2 gradnally-yet surelyt, seemed to be sinking .2f. kii -.tI"bls."d: "" -t" .t.K..'
have tL .
desire iia 41Ur."ft
I awe 110 deceire those'who! are.laboring into the tomb. Happening accidentally see IVTotice.--S&1 iWtoStHaftor date, Ishall. : nife" 'sM1iilt&ffi'th 'fOl "in" 1 i" } ) 'I M : *l ; 'M'1""
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4 \ under:affliction, nor do we wishto log some of 'f ."Free "., ; .Ijresent my ants and Vouchers-as'Ad .1'J 1. IhjJ't .. ftCljil rDrn t-T 1aId! .; a
your Almanacs felt -
r itmore than we as : ,tbroiighOut the 'i fe1kiV'th&'Cs a
justly deservei Yet I, .
when ministnitoroftheNEstttie t
t u ggg
though'the IBalsam would help Aim, as.there of-Francis Richard, '. toteiS ".fcllS8a" :' ad1..r }"' ;v. R
we look around and see the vast amount ," !\4t
. of suf. were some cases that had been cured when late l1)UYDJ..Coun'Jtpdecei a;to' thl Hon ri. 1&se 4 Hi1 f.4'i I. 1lii1 .
> they; f trJi fmaUQ'mi r 1 1l'UI'.t
, fering and dl treSS occasioned : 1ipt l Townsend'''S .
.by
of
the of
bla Probate
many were as' bad as he I Judge oMdWu'rity.tfoj'Vnnalettleraen tJ .
was. therefore procured a Jil ttWa5i: : t.Pe1) 28''i84 .t.1" '
c\iT.eu iiid
I.. dseafesimMibh| this meqicine has'proved so .bdttle of.Dr.: .fiaid7E8tatef nnd hkIlit' Thewmo8t"8eTierei; .. : i1.t .
highly Kidder i the agent in this plae ;and the same;; chronic' cases'are weekly'eradlcaiVd'Ky ilsex.traordinaryrirtues ,{ 1V.rt ;"j wI tr < :
I succesfful-'we. feel'that'wfcmnnot'nrge i before he.had-usedt all of it:he tim V,4pply foHLetters:of. Dismissidn'as"s'ttcbJ 1 .
;:began;to -
? yt T '
its grow JNU..J.
tooj strongly or too much1 in n-fnrVii/ ;: : :lAl'Ii"1: :.I' k'A''R.D': ic
say its Administrator '
,
r i better andibymising'! three-bottles,',cough' all -personsin4aid inter : tt ln. t' t r N "'f e :14iS47. -. f 1 : .j
t{'p;tf'O Uji .u.t .fj 't n. '
L ?' '
; .Estate/are desired' .
: was aLFigonejaua he n enoying'goo4-kalth\ take notice.1"ui -' ooDa T01rNS'ZN Dedr Slr" !'llaT AND' 't "
Various remedies it is free, have been offered i forvbte; :h.ii Jimely;,indebtedthroegh t1be 1 .And..pu1fed.j{ notice for the cure of diseases'"It !blessing, f.Oodi'to'jW'ulat'1 Ba1ta. ;>1849 xsAbsyrithe se'l 'rit 1 4'o1 i--U;; teJ'ibty.for nlneVy: : :ruatricon's1deiab1e s .1fi.g t\fA.
; oJi.WaltZ .. ... ; t>',the time I 'ccfuld not -it
or the )yJ eat/sleep
Snbsqibebsa tJ11p"
4' l.'PW : .
somerAaTna :
tuD t j jI
beetfifound, no Cheiy.p' ft't m (tlWMLDIXONt: 'or work 1,had'the THE. .
doubvery useful; but .f _H that have 4.-KiJderBayslhe article has given oniver- I @OBDI..i: t&Q.rr.Mara4chi 'l.'C ra ofI :} motdiitressingpainsdmylimbrWritei1ly '" ., .fitt r1Jnn.alW '

been disc*) UilddLittedJbj"physiciBnsl sal sitisfaction to.his customerstsw T jf z-Lit .I! ;Lemqa-S11"1lPrBaiSins Cit four bottl swollen. 'I have used i: r. .G.onl'Jmen.tS."i I8efOLat : .cL

and aU who I iJ ta effflcts tha t .'Curraq. JN', edt.G ji i Fresh i Sal. 'donie'mdrthan'one* ofoUiSarsaparfllaand thousand they TIt ""D' by" tf .cf
none hbff successful ni "fN lc". 1' .mO M h'pzes Sar4ithlOlL, I dollars worth ; Ee-b3. ,aisotMbdehJwfufley
as this. For Asth4 .0 1H] !iitJ1 ,1 w { l &Ca-f .
ma Shol'ne8SotBr of gobdI am..so meL t ;_ Indeed I-ain 'Bo' ; ,..I
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l.1 and similar affectioD : I[ 41tH&; aB8QlWE&chaa.ft a f.t11 c .J t ckberT4am;.J Jub) v qLtwM
tflijfli pro ounceci" 1ibhfU.ii .It h'! l : qq.t !j occupied:by,Mr.Hatch \ "pase, 4JfjJl lAqu r.ic F.oz ale:by4Lg(4JV.fl > i it 1t Jin_ tE.. ..at JibetfcKftir use :uie't ;and;at present, the Dl,...tllJ M jar* 4.

. cured Atthma many cases otte.j twent f,JHlllttCt ,(known j'Uirt's:oldir-Bdardinc :: 9. '... 1tIJi'91 dAJ-M.2tEED. \ Y .- .F.K; lJ ": Mlfe J ,which*Tll beopeiao.U"bUt, iI !
t 'J'.cm.n.n a ,
October. As "
years'stanajJ t23d begreat
AhysidatisJaj declare4V Hou**,) wnawiixreparcd! to accbmmbdat.se r"'r. I ,: :: { 1 '{ .day nut; 1
- 1 IJ J.9 t'hb hb GlIJeAicin.t1.J" ) I 1&1bo. lQ *, P"\'P. him;and- as4 ;i: IQttW .:. i e. i t : inat i.tii 1I.L d" ltJ : trouble and.upense ta.afford tJaJa!J"JM

r \W'e, It 11Jl ,O4L&aIrDther pi cures them that'no pains will be.Bparedttb .,rnUBWiDES4GNEDJ having Hilpiiriisteredlijipdnth best pr. ifer 1' : o b 1lb o kt 6ts.Wi.tiiGJI .
. ry rem d r for;einWcmplalnls; ciJ..Ift
1 l rrqherry. U WbU1XTded5)'jf ) {
DiDVistar liuy none but! th$ jars their voqj C r' aAeoraaoOiottaBtableii: at ; Estate of)Da7lJ< Reiibardtol!I ( no t"n .. ,,-W. nflt t
" disp.utl A wiJl tnth
.ffCgume Balsam, signed L BUTT 'J4 54.to'thestabU5hmen;and iv,ry\atten.AlopijfiiU Marion comity!; deceased,?*.:n tlCJ 1 by wl J b i i e 7n"'n 0 {iJ JUliCu. Gt4t'Ja
r ,- fiAJf9Pp cv njf j. aatiKwtsfi ; -be!pIt Jto the horses those travel tthoeeinteested.&tiA1I. persons.tin iariy !Iwlse rJ{'Il tiT 1 .9iJ.lQURS.. d "BA1'.wAt

-";', .: t d-L BUTTS on the'wp f r.t l I J. len wJ1Q"', 1Jr..proper..to'8top.'Jliti.hitDi.L indebted sLId estate;>illf please makeinlme.I Sdbj' e fek"'fn' r ,;:!'f" rltJta.lth t fe1fqrn4 _5ile&tt,8. 1h1' #

I Fotale"wholeaale and retail, by 't h4! "f!?'tJ. CLUm&1iWIUUTON1tt ,diate pa.)1l,WQ :t- h k.Arat.1ootTee.1 ; '. .t "tp ." itJ b Jltt tnf
-,,---w--,'_-_-__ i7-0.-nOLMEg-.cO.. :.lt1..T.1lel neO 8. d1. raiUt a g$ IUi'ejfaq J-illfIpreaent, theth _-- -_--.-- ....-.- E a1 1 i b} .tWI 'W e'J ,
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I i 'p p.rq.t.tI .'lWithbfrtltli time ,- _, I .l. TJ ". .2ti'I. ..uf .
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l : A4f tX :7 t1&ckOn l E. F. sc LhTA. legal i f-1t t : r' ,. -.j "k"iAfJ4
, : PJ 11 ughoutth .ljni9 Q J lw f : oPTke1 i1l .{or.e1"er tiarh: tt 1t !t1h 4J. ; '- &y:r
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