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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 26, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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.
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, 1ecnbethdie in- thereof.Be into: two judicial) districts,, ., in.the .manner. followrng -. public.lands of the.United States; in the Stateof iuspectorto reside at Loredo, who'shall &sstfct
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'WA1I t.dftr ttne1I 1, referriliEpS2 it enacted by the Senate and House ofRemestatatixesefthe ta wjt: the parishes Saline," UesotoCuddo Florida,- over'which the , .
[I ia,unlui by .rtf.r". By United States of America in'Congress "Natchi oc' es. Bossier Rjipides Cloi s:1id'State may pass :" and the;said company'is protuions this ACt and otherwise protective t
mlY be ucenainel assembled That all vessels boufad from :borne Jackson CaidweU.Ou:1chiltLt revenue
,the rej1Utfl CatahQuli, hereby authorized to aurey'and mark'through: ? > i.\
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, uansniitW1 wid&1he.ayt'ertaell1 ent. any port in the United States. to any;.port or Union, Morehouse, Franklin ,"C roll, Madison. the said'public lands tube held oy them for the SreOlufaf bt further enacted ShatihVSecrctaryof J.
ilD. 1id .A tI-- mar L.I u'itbtbgeqaired.wW numbel4t place in.the Pacific ocean, or.on its tributaries Tensng, COnc rdi ,'St. IMndry,'AVoyelles'CadCdsieu track"of said road one hundred :feet in width; the Treasury be.anthoriicd &oscp. i
'. becoDtiaud ,aa'il'forbld.r or from any such a port or place to any port in St.. MrySt.: Maitin.. : Vermillion, and and, furthermore, an additional 'quantity'oi point deputy collectorto resid at Ch sipeake tf!
the United :Slates'on the.Atlantic, or' its iribu. Lafayette, shall compose ope cfis'trictj to be* cal twenty-five 'feet In'' width on'!each side:'of said ,City,\in the State of,Marylandwith autfioHty
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I;;J cbs.:"- 'or. .. ,.taries, shall be subject to the provision of all led the v?estern"district of Louisiana; and all road along the same. .to gr enrolments, and licence:tor"vessel.... i'f s
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\ 10.'II.' ..1 uc n.'l rl.l the I.WI.DOW in force relating to the carriage the remaining part.of the.said State shall compose SEe:2. And be further enacted. That the said Provided, That the compensation"oT/thiTgaid ,
} ito1 olh of puastrftgers ioall merchant vessels, sailing to another'district,''to'be"*caned''the eastern company sHall have.the right to take from the deputy collector shall,.be. the usual fees:olcf- :" .i)

, 0.. .. I I 11000 ,and from foreign countries,. and the regulation district of Loui ana j'nndiall crimina.lactioD3 br public lands in the vicinity! of said road all such .fice and nothing more.. '.. ISsc. i si t
r. tctC. .Debtors and Creditors. I t 700rafAdrnliuistrstOfl thereof; except the fourth section of the *"Actto civil suits either in law or equity, which have' materials earth,'stone, or wood as may be necessary 7. b4tt further enacted,;Tbittbtm. .,
for teu 5 00 pro. Vide'for the ventilation of passenger vessels arisen in the "western district, 'or against persons or convenient from time to time for the nersof Teasels residing on New Rirer; iatJaa- 9
; JJ p?i > **i es '\ AR rilifww eighteen hundred'aad forty-eight, relating ated therein, together with all process writs, any part thereof., haTe the privilege taking out registers of en f t

"* be addressed toC. to.pro vitdonsv water, and fuel, but the recognizances, and records! belonging thereto SEC. 3. And be farther enacted, That there rolments and licences, Wilmington. in said :1
Jia.er 11 coromuB cs .ans must owners and masters of all such vessels shall in shall be transferred to the western district; anaaU shall be, and is hereby; granted to said company State, and the collector of 3 that district i* her*. t:i
.4v0TcI GIU.CTT. suwu*" ill cades furnish to each passenger the daily civil uits r hereafter,instituted;agains;;persons all necessary.sites for watering-places depots by authorized, to grant the fiame en'th oO 41e <

.PIt rr All' .JJ'perIOD'. u.ioationa wdbdiir& apply of water therein mentioned, and they residing in the western.districtor, suits concerning and workshops along the line of said road, tions now.required bylaw; : .'i! 'ti.t
Us* :.adv&TtbrmebI hall furnish, or cause,..the passengers to furnish lands situated in the same.in the courtsof so far as'the places convenient for the same may Approved March 3, 1849. !.., i
.g.AU '.JClt, ri fl&tnttst bv pftld oa tb# for themselves, 'sufficient supply of good the United States, shall be"D.said-district; falliupoa: thepublic Linda:"Provided, That no' ., ,.. ...
:.a"ct .1I..ftl II..tPOtk. and wholesome food ; and in case they shall fail and there shall be held annually ''ud district one depot pr'watering-place shall cbntainWer S [pouc-No.-M], .. ;"'.
outL .' 59 to do, or shall provide unwholesome or unsuitable one stated session of the court at each of five square ,acres, and that said sites shall not AN ACT to cause the northern boundary tie
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: = 1JyAuTHORiTY' provisions, they shall be subject to the the following places, to' wit : at 'Opelcnsas, on be nearer to each other than ten'miles along the State of Iowa to be run and marked; .i .;
i12C : ( :penalty provided in said fourth-section. case the first Monday in August, for the'parishes of line of said toad : Provided, That the grants Be it enacted by the Senate end Hris*tfRr* t.l

kt .- the passengers are put on short allowances of St. Landry, Calcasieu,: St. \ ..St. MArtin, herein contained, well of the use of the pub. resentatives of the United States_ /AVIeri 't s 1j'
!! ACT* -AND UE80M7TIOAS water or provisions. Vermillion, and Lafayette; at Alexandria. on lic lands as of the materials for the constructionof Congress Assembled.: That the general -
rsE AT THE SECOND SESSION OP Sac 2..Axd-be further enacted, That the act the first Monday in September, for the parishesof said road shall cease and determine unless of Wisconsin and Iowa, under the 'directioaof ".J'iI

So i if THE THIRTIETH CONGRESS. entitled "An act to regulate the carriage of passengers Rapides, Avoyulles, and .Nat bitoches; at the road be begun within two years and .com the Commissioner of the General Land Office., '
in merchant vessels" approved Februa. Shreveport, on the first Monday October, for pleted within six years thereafter: And provi- shall cause the Northern boundary' line of the .
( prBLtc-No.: 4 q] twenty-second, eighteen hundred and forty.' the parishes of Caddo. Sabine, D soto; Bossier, I ded,mOrtOfler, That if the said road shall at [-] State of Iowa tobe run'and'marked, find. snitai ;,
Elf ,AS ACT: requiring all atneya receivable.from seven, shall be so amended as that a vessel passing I and Claiborne; at A'.onroe, on the first Mondayin time after its completion be discontinued or o- ble monuments placed thereon. And the"said 0-
.GptoBi and from all other sources to be paidjsmedUUly I into or through the topics shall be allowed I November,for the parishes Ouachita, Jack. I bandonei by the said company,thegrants hereby surveyor general shall return one copy'' f said 'i 1
into the without abateoe&t : to the number of Union Morehouse Franklin 'C survey,to the General liand.Office and i aaotiier
l a t treasury carry same passengers as vessels son, Catahoula I made shall cease and determine. ,'
e" or redaction; and for other purposes. that do not enter the tropics. Carroll, Madison,Tensas, and Cpncprdia; and a Approved March 3, 1849.PUBLIcNo.. copy to the.executive of, Iowa, to be depOsft4 : :
JSUi II it lfJdrd by the Senate and House of Reputeiteiecs SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That this person learned in the law, residing said western in the archives of tha.tState.'I' .i' .f:
f'the United States of America in act shall take effect on and alter the fifteenth district, shall'be Appointed bythe President [ .48.] Approved March 3,,1 s.a. 9. ;. TRESoitrnosr .., 7

nil Cutrrus'asfmbkd,That from and after the thir. day of ,Marsh, eighteen huudred and 1 rty. of the United States, by and. with the advice AN ACT to grant the right of way to the Mobile 7. > V
hundred and consent of the Senate 'thereof and Ohid [ -PtiBuc-No6A ( ]-" :::- i I.
for tistadsy ,June, eighteen' and fortyjiat nine.Approved judge Railroad company.Be ;
sit tie gross 'amount of all duties received :March 3, 1849. with a salary :of two thousand dollars per annum it enacted by the &nate and Souse of Representatives RESOLU authorizing the:,Secretary if :jt

iDe fttaeaitoms, from the sales public lands,und payublesemUannually, with the same powers of the United States of America in War to furnish' arms and amD1U111t101l'W'W" ; t
tireth. froa all niifccellaneotts sources for the use of LPUBLIC-So.43.] and duties as the district judge of the,United Congress assembled, That the right of way is sons emigrating to the Territories. of,QreSL uj
tit Baited States, shall be paid by the officer orsgttt AN ACT,lo extend the revenue laws of the United States for the district of Louisiana,' as it hereby granted to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad California New Mexico {;..I. j.

for receiving the same into the treasury ofm States over the territory and watel'l' now exists,and such as are conferred on him, Company for the railroad contemplated by said Resolved by the Senate and House_ofRepreswtatices .E
t United States at si early a day as practica- Upper California and to create a collection or required of him, by this act;' who is require company to be constructed from Mobile to its oftkt United States of America iV Cffp- .

Z2. Weyitbllt&D1abatement or deduction on account district therein. ed to hold special sessions of the'said court, in ,, northern terminus on the Ohio or Mississippi gress assembled, That the Secretary of War be.
Ung salary, fee,costs, charges, expenses, or Be.it.enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the said western district for the trial of civil or rivers, at or near the mouth, of the Ohio, and and he is hereby, authorized, at, his discretion;
cilia of'any description whatever: Provided, of the United States of America in criminal cases, whenever he may deem it expedient i the said company is hereby authorized to locate and having due,regard to the necessities of.the, ,f1
II. lift nothing herein contained shall be constrii Congress assembled, That the revenue laws of ; and all process writs, and recognizancesof I said road through any ofthe public lands of the public service, to furnish to such persons;as i t
fB ; eJ to slier the existing laws regulating the col- the United States be and are hereby extendedto every kind, whether respecting juries., wit I United States which may lie on the route which apply for the same and who design emigrate may i'
/ l&ii or the revenues of the Post Office De- and over the main land and waters of all that nesses, bail, or otherwise, which relate to cases i may be selected fur the location of said road ; to the Territories eithcr of Oregon, California 'i
. prtaeat. portion of territory ceded to the United States to be tried at said special sessions, shall be considered I I and the said company is hereby authorized to or New Mexico, such arms.and ammunition, jj'

Sic.2. And be it further enacted That so tiy the."treaty of peace, friendship, and limits, as belonging such sessions, in the .: survey and mark through the said public lands from the army stores as they may requiretofi; t:
. BOCI money us may be necessary for the pay- between the United States America and the same manner as if they had been issued or taken I the track of said road one hundred feet in width themselves. for such expedition: Provided, :
)11 :Beat debentures or drawbacks bounties and Mexican republic," concluded on the second in'reference thereto ; that any special session : aud, furthermore, an additional quantity of That the' arms and ammunition so furnished l.
,Ldn fcllowtnces, which are or may be authorized aud day of February, in the year eighteen hundred may mljounred to any time or times pre ; twenty-five feet ia width on each hide of said shall not exceed a supply sufficient to arm and : ,
p.r&be! after the day aforesaid, be and the same and forty eight heretofore designated and vious'to the next stated meeting of the districtcourt road along the same which land shall be reserved equip each person of such expeditionAndp&-. \1
'eaat. are hereby appropriated that purpose out known as Upper California.Sec. for said districts, that all business pen. from sale, and the title whereof shall bi ndedfurther,That before the.same are deliver i
; trill money in the treasury, to be expended 2. And be further enacted, That all the ding for trial at any special court shall,.at the vested in the State wherein such land shall lie, .I ed, the.actual t.1- the government of< uarmsandamrnunition i f
.ilto ,under the direction of the Secretary of that de. ports harbors bays fivers, and waters of the close thereof, be considered as of course removed for the use of said railroad company forever, shall first be paid to t&e .
top .ptrtmeut,according to the laws authorizing said main land of the territory of Upper California, ,to the next stated term of the court; that and for no other use whatever. United'States; and that the ,Secretary, of.., .111l I
'aeteituretf or drawbacks bounties and allow. shall constitute a collection district by the name the district court,in saidwestern district, shall Sec. 2.And be further enacted, That the said : shall .be satisfied! that persousaoappy s.t!.
If 'iaetr. Provided, ThotUhe collectors of the cus- of Upper California; and a port of entry.nh.ul perform all the duties, and possess all the powers Mobile and OJLiio Kailroad Company.shall have I [eally and boiuVfide design 'them ibr t., .
It :? tou shall be. the dUbursing agents to pay the be, and is hereby, established fur said districtat ; of circuit courts of the United States for the I the privilege,and the same is hereby granted &fhrpaflvlX. ;&. _. ." >
21 j .afertsaid debentures drawbacks bounties, an 1 San Francisco,and a collector customs shall State of L Louisiana except in cases of appealand them to cut and use all such timber,and to4ise Approved March1849., \ 1If a'.I."1,1h l "' ... > fi
EliI iltowacesan that all debenture certificates be appointed by the President of the United writs of error; and the said judge shall appoint all earth,stone; sand, gravel,mineral and other ; I

I iisaed acc rdi g to law shall be received in pay-: States, by and with the advice and consent of the a clerk of the court in the western district materials on the public lands of the United [RsoLuoa-PBucNo74] :.. .
I Bent of duties at the custom-house where the Senate to reside at said port of entry. for each place where the courts sits who States which may be necessary for the construction JOINT;RESOLUTION relat1ye'todi. '. fl:
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7 i me has'beta *.,11ua\d.wl regulating drawbacks tiec. 3. And be it further enacted, That ports of shall reside and,keep .tue.recordaot'the court of repairs of said road,'and W build bridges applications for pensions by widows '
of
Id having been compiled with. delivery shall be, and are hereby, establishedin at that placp, and shall receive, for the services .. or construct buildings, truss work or other sed .soldiers under the act of i dtC i I
an Sic 3. And be further enacted, That it shall the collection district aforesaid at San Diego, performed by them, the same fees and!compensation erections, such as the same may require, and I first; eighteen hundred and July twentv- ;.
pre be the duty of the Secretory of the Treasury to Monterey, aud at some convenient point within that are allowed to the clerk of said court use such water AS may be wanted, and cross Senate and Souse forty.eighttReeolredcytke :
submit to Congress at the coaimencenient of the the territory of the United Suites, to be selected holding its session in New Orleans, in the same such streaws as shall be necessary r the completion tatices of the United States of America of Reping .
ar next' : .ioa estimates appropriations by i the Secretary of the Treasury as near as maybe State, and shall, be subject, iu every respect, to ana use of said road: Provided, That ress assembled. That in all applications w Cfcrif- I',
erJ.. which may be required to provide for the ex- to the junction of the rivers lila and Colorado the ime restrictions and responsibilities; and the said railroa c'lnpiUlywhen the said railroad I by the widows of deceased soldiers for pensions :t
fnef o.col.'ectiag the revenue from customs. at the head of the Gulf of California; and the district court for the eastern district shall shall be completed, shall carry the mails the act of July under ;
7 ..led also from the public lauds for the second'Ulf he; collector of the said district of California is beheld in New Orleans as heretofore, and it of the United States on such terms as the Postmaster forty-eight,twenty-firstj the returns eighteen zherolIaof hundttd fi

17 of the next f seal year, and separate est i.k' hereby authorized to appoint,with the approbation shall be the duty of the clerks of the district I General.shall be able to contract, for disease which the soldier died on and the official tfc t.
toj .:- HIT the said purpose for the year ending of the Secretary of the Treasury, three and circuit courts of the United States in New ; similar services, with other railroad compan. opinionofthe Surgeon General founded thir- .311:11 .
JII. thirtieth June, rAeen hundred and fifty. deputy collectors, to be stationed ut the ports of Orleans to transmit by some safe conveyance, ies. eon that from the nature.of the disease :
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and similar estimates from.year to year thereafter delivery aforesaid. or deliver to the clerks of the western district Approved March 1,1849.PUBLIC contracted.white the soldier .was in the' ifij&ebt ;;1;
SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the or their original papers in all such'cases as properly his duty shall be considered '
Sic. 4. Akd be it further exacted That so collector or said district shall beullowgd a compena.itiou belong to the court in the western districtby [ -No.51.] thereof, without the satisfactory evidence i I,

teach noney as nwy fce necessary to pay the expenses of fifteen hundred dollars'per annum the provisions of this act together with a AN ACT to authorize the judge of the courts the Pension office and-thf proof it shall now be requiredfkt, 1 _
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r collectionstcferred to in the next prt'- aud the fees and commissions allowed by law ; transcript of the proceedings had therein. of the United States of the fifth circuit to of the tht fluty& t i
rt ming section including the first half of the a d the said deputy collectors shall each tie ulowcl SEC.2. And be further resolved, That the President hold the irc itcourtfor the district of' Ken application for pensions roC.Pensions under said in all &&&
'r t fiscal year, aad until specific appropriubwi acwuipeaSitioa 01 one thousand dollars of the United States, by, and with the tucky; to.the officers for said act to aper Jif.
Jft for the objects shall be made by Congress. t.cr unuuca ciud the lees and cwatiUisiona allowed advice and consent of the Senate of the United Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives requiring proper applicant to furnish tyidencei1ri the t

kt ta4 the same are hereby appropriated out by law States, be, aud hereby is, authorized to appointone of the, United States of America in Congress Approved March 3, 1849. aam' ... t,
.tf H7 money in tie treasury, to be expended Sec.; 5. Ani be further enacted, That until person as marshal J, and one.as district Attorney assembled, That hereafter it snail be lawful -". i.Jh..r'RBSOLt17ION
d alt r the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and otb.erwi.te provided by iuw, violations: of the for the said western judicial district of the ior' the J udge of the fifth' circuit of the court [ --PUEUC'No. J
wtf-mne, under the direction of the Secretary Lawsei the U. S.committed within the district- United States .within the tate .oiLoe6j.nii. United/States. .to hold tlie circuit court 8.J
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t\ ttereof;conformably to law and regulation: Pro- Upper California shall be prosecuted in the district created by.this act and that .the terms of appointment forth. district of Kentucky in the absence of RESOLUTION granting to theSecre tt.1
.1 : .&w That the expenses of collecting the reve- court Louisiana or the supreme court of and service, together with the'duties the judge of the eighth circuit. tary of the Treasury further time fo make fcte ':

.tI 1 Pllr customs shall not thereafter exceed Oregon, which courts shall have original jurisdiction and responsibilities the: said marslul and Al'l"&OVED March 3,.1849. S .report concerning the sale and? ntryKdf.ce -
1theiam and take of all district respectiv for the district tam lands in ClDcmnatLi 'r ;.2.
of one million five hundred and sixty may cognizance cases attorney, : -
IiI ..th. -uind dollars per annum, together with such arising under the revenue laws in the said district aforesaid. be, iu all respects; the same within LPUBI.iC-NO. 53.] Resolved by the Senate arid House OfRejien.- i
Iio : tats nnder the law are paid into the treasu7 of Upper California and shall proceed their said district, as to the terms of appointment AN ACT to establish the collection district of atnes of the United:State of American .
in the and with the like nd services the duties and responsibilities Brazos De und brother ress assembled That the Secretary df the Tie
.' r arall1gf,cartage, l-ibor, and storage and therein game manner Santiago, purposes. tll
- ." .proportion for a less time. effect as if such cases bad arisen with the district of the marshal and district attorney, respectively Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre'entatives ury have until the next-session. of Congresjj'o. .
t : *te 5..And be it/vther enacted. That from or territory where the prosecution shall .of the eastern district ofthe State of of the United States of America in I make the report required of hinr by the fo&t !

j-I. M fter the thirtieth day of June next all im. be brought.Sec. !. Louisiana; and said marshal shall receive such Congress assembled, That all that part of the resolution to prohibit' the idlest privaief entry .
J'1a enacted. That this and emoluments received the collection district Saluria. south and of certain lands in Cincinnati Ohio,' approved t
saoject to duty -and whereon the duties 4. And be it further : fees as are by marshal west
Witt fjfid when assessed, shall be deposited act shall take effect from and after the tenth of the United States for the:tate of Lou. of the north side Padre island in the gulf of March third, one thousand eight hundred1- Mdortyseven. II

?U,public warehoase from whence they day of March next. isiana ; and said attorney an annual compensation Mexico, be and the same is hereby made a collection ( >r."j.j i .J.
"t out for immediate exportation under nwy ,Approved March 3, 1849.PtBLicNo. of two hundred dollars;and the same fees district, which shall be known as the,i Approved March 3,.1 49"r. .> i ;

:wpwmiOM of that act, at any time within and emoluments as are.allowed to the attorney District of Brazes Santiago, and that Point Isabel I 'l
!. :nd on payment ofthe duties bay' [ 44.] I of the United.States for the district of Louisiana. be,und'the same is hereby, made the port of 'rRESOL"UTIo.--PUB -- C- ,.] ? 1

C. t, rn fOrCOumptiOjthj the Uni- AN ACT to settle the title to certain tracts of en try.of the said district.. RESOLUTION' norsijthjS. 11-
'! .*t'any time.within oneyear; but noWjeet land in the State of 'kun8. Approved: March, 1849. disc. 2. :And be itjurthtr enacted That a collector taryoftheSenateandCIerkfthifloot. ,J .!:
., to duty shall be hereafter entered Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represtatativa for the said district of Brazos Santiago shall .Representatives to','subscribe for a'thbuiiad .
, ih*wbek, or exported drawback, after of the United States of America in Congress {PUBLIC-No.40.] be appointed by the President, with the advice of further publication o?thCd b4ea 111'ples

.3 l Withdrawn from the custody of the of- asstmbfcd,That each and every owner of n AN ACT to make utrangements for taking the and consent of the,Senate,'who shall reside,at and. proceedings, .Congress. and. :"for'. M t". j.!
). ,. ''wt out cms: Provided Konever, That Spanish or French land claim or any part thereof .. : .seventh Census. Point babel and hold his office for the terms purpo. k |* d' 't .I
: 0hrinP0ntaIl1ed&Iintended to modiig in the Stale of Arkansas, which was submitted Be.it enacted by the Senate'I M House rRtrrre.slntat&ves' and'.at'the: time prescribed by law for the like Resolved.. by the Senate and 'House'OfT1_;_-. !
th 1'! export goods toCanaif for adjudication to the superior court of the of the United States of America fa Con office in other districts,and who shall. be entitled .trJYu of the Unidate of AwericawCengrtsfassembled Ai f f

f L. CbZIk15 the goods when entered for late-Territory as Arkansas, and by that court ,gress'assembled That,the Secretary. State, to .salary not exceeding seventeen, hun.., That the Secretary of the Senate andJlerk' J '
1 .&rtinl ; taken dot the'United confirmed, being a bonafide subsequent purchaser the Attorney General, and the Postmaster Gen- dred and fifty dollars per annum including in the House of Bepresentatives'are herey I 11
7 ?!**? 101'is it intended'berebyto 'modify the far,a valuable .consideration, is hereby authorized erarsball constitute and be'a board, to.be styled that"lSum the fees allowed by law,and the amount > authorized to subscribe'"un4er the di tjOAf j
: -III/elation loTJieklBdlWror refined : to-eAter,-in.oneyear from.the pas- tbe.Ce5u'hBoa ;;tha&.;thal1je the duty .he shall collect in'any one year forfees'exceebV ofi-JoTht1 Library'Commilte' "oa ';5ehal?of ;
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Ji Ir& ja'fcit further":ezacted, That sugar.the .age of this act, the land covered by said claim, of the said board to prepare and cause Ito be lag the said sum of seventeen'hundred and'fifty 'Congress,'for;oze'thOusand:copies 1 fi cfeha i
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I of the Treasury,. trader! the .direction or Jess.quantity.thereof, to be embraced in.any. printed such forms and schedules as may.be necessary dollars, shall be accounted for and paid into the'- ;es and proceedings of CongresaV.fjfoni: ::1erI.
the Treaiory'shall legal subdivision, at the minimum price, under for the full enumeration ofrhe inhabitants treasury of.the United States mination of the ,first Congress, where'fcoVgresent E
require *
,'.6IaWW7ot; 1 ad iarveyorsutlnga.ool.aewbonds such regulations as the Commissioner of the of the United States; 'and 'a1so'lpropr Ssc. 3.And 3$further enacted, That any merchandise1 [publication stops, :until .the.'end of;the
; with amcieDt'wrttlad'or General Land Office shall prescribe: Prodded, i forms and schedules for.collecting sins atistical! which shull have" been duly Centered f'oarth Congress,.thesamiiiaving.been compiled 'I
Dd ba such ferns* shall be 'P 1iThzaidirovbonda hencver. That the owner aforesaid shall be an tables,.under,proper jheads,such information on 'at the said port of entry;and the duties thereon and ready for the press' ; and that die J01nt.' jI
Ilea 8ecretan. toe occupant or cultivator.of.said ltnd.EC. mines, agriculture, commerce' 'manufactures, paid,secured according to law. ; may be transported Librarycomthitteebe directed examine any further
.tt. fore die eli ftorthiu.ct'to take $ .2..>And be it further enacted, That after education 'andother; (topics, as williexbUitaful byrlanaio,Fort Brown on the.,Rio Grande ( compilation of such debates and proceed.. ti .
! :aIlL &IIta11 be 7'duty of the Secretarr of. the.lapse of two.years from approval of this view. .purisuitkjindustry,educationreresources .: "or any] other; place near' the said Treasury, 'rugs from' the end pf the fourth.Congre until. '
I .a&tU'eom ementd c. act,'the vale of the lands embraced by the decrees of the country; it be1ngproidelIthat ind thence'exported withthe:privil eofdraw.back commencement i otthe.BterotDebattwentyfour ea,
-otColillUl torepm toeada'b oce a of the superior'court of Arkansas, which the'number of>said. ,l'lclasiTO'ftbe t! an1.toretgD1country :.Prreidttlj' 'That ilr dy publsnedfrom(i3 hteeajinadredand ij

11IL..Il&itaDeDta,1 $*f.ntinl't 1Im'ttateof were on bill* review reversed, and which'ihe 'e4utr4i9nshjII! not,exceed! one f hundred,and such exportation shall.be made,within one yew. ;'and,that.su ;cominittij*reporv'ropi
I Upeaded at each .euJOm.laoute: .the President WILl by the act eighteen hundredand that the expense incurred in pieparingandprinting *from" the date of'exportation* *, 'and"-."under .'the.condUions tin- .to. time,'upon. thepicribinz rct&l'tbo- 3
: tttIidurizg thir'14wo, required to reserve from sale, said'forms and*schedule*eh1mte. i !; "an'd"provisions of tJie.act entitled for auchcoa4ua4onnd. '&*t.4icopypfuch
th.4acs1ye&ruert pre- t Q f'Ab ace allowing drawback' foreign ,: States .*$ E'ro Mi *- .
. "the1wDbu of which may then remain he.p.ropertl..ottho U. ceed tea tboukindjdollArs.SEC. upon merchandise : g .hfnishMeaqhmember urh
. iCcspitiowsad *-ot.persona'ethploy.. each .' ,States,shall uo.longer be reserved from sale by 2. 4i4Ibiitf1'the; ;t nd4icdThattheBatdboardshU :exported in .the'origInal packages to 4Jhe. p"riesent. .. ..
r j the President of(he United.States,andthat the; have'power to appoint-a-secretary, Chihuahua p.niiSunta'Fe in.Mexiw,and to the 'arid" "t"1'.'*}5 l Sid* deposited.i*U1'er ,

.'Lai& cult1Jm..b1dariDI 1.tT 'g.einaybe'brought into market under the ex-. .wloje remuneraUon.> shall.. be. determined by. Britiih North American' prorin eaadiiin'g the ,Congress. ,.subject.t-'the.ce' ..fuftJ-,., ...ord.tcn._ .,. '. i
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f L4Unga5 Congress, npoij thiole1oa"6fth: dutiesaasighedto 'United Stit" PPJ V d M r h thirdeighteen'it1audid1ua r -- : t 1-Jl
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BOPT. C. WINTHEQP, the'ho .; p'l. .'' 4pt,14M4., ,..,.. 1\
& ApprowdMarch 3,,1849.. rcLa.,tq a.rhfJ Ptrf ;dJ ior. forty.five ; : : .. _
.t.- .-. coftbeG:4xDt1s. BcU'df .Yft.' r 'r-r. .t' 4pnl'Ore4.._', 1841. '.' rJfito43And.fatefurther. enacted 1ThtlbISeffetar7 1 .1 '. (. .., .u" : t
. : .I / '.' fP.ULiCIOf45..l f :-'!v; ft; e. of the Treasury shall.,'appoint.an additional r"u'r. .In/T., 'rli_ e,N. !.t: .t Jrn.. II' I
oftaeJ1mh:4: We &' ,ANACT? for- ,the,better organization:?of ita .d So trPxdoN, .47.]f: :'', .inspector" ,: who shall.reside/at. 'iFortBrowner : ofTi lJ fa la, tL 1:1 iIop.I,
". ? Pt4zIebt fth' &' itrcttcortj j of.t the,United States ,within the ,AN AC r ;, 4Dt. Jt.he.iAt1dti ta11d h ; sach; lherp lli ce as may designated: P9i1tJ ti om! H r.1 eQ .
i Karch. 31J8. J .' n' '(, tlirou' h ) ::ihim -alortSUld''a twfio7sball' all' Dcrafo btile Artansaseew*t .
., __' ... -.J8tatepU4I4sianAL.. : H XW UVUiW, VVIUlpiUtJ bUD Ull *J J >y inspect avp.a'
IC I .
:J 1) 11' It .e todrawbac :under .' under the; ei"of the 01i. I
.A ,. ,I t1 ilIJll4ft Maauseofflepu. the pUbUd lands of the\nite&8ti3.. : ) Tne'rchan3Ue uttled I" o tbOpio.fthIC1AIid ,speeiajly **.* an- Adi4ip
f ., .:' .a. a fcat&tiett cfthe fitted States America in Con. ; 'Befenzativaofthe it exactedpy SfntU'an Mouse of R' n t1., vision- ;otherwise. ...;<,pro,t -"..,thereWnuel1 -, n/hai eLsr4bceand alone,one,Distric :.
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. !c' ; ; t'41 p; dlJS/,That for the-mow convenientractia Umled&atdof4v2enca'In Von. -. q ,\ ., ":..,.... ', _, ,Ire rr blic 1One.rt .
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? th ,, "o .n WI, baslaegsjnthe court.of theUnitpdof .I.i. ,(fhat\h8'.I.tJot.. .. Le" .. e on.Sareyo &T tf'
-ii f_ d d G 1f'; \1iewliW1'S1 t.U1 .,ij'b t i Dtlr!'! l>eent pi.cuopartrPc:4 : ;,
n\Aitii7t e t1c can ge 7r $&_ j&hin'o 8tq.: Louirisns, the:sud:, .Ld 1 'M ... J f B11 'I,_ t".:-J : ,Q-' }\. -.,:{ '" :; 4. to .tI

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,.t ., !" aMIM"-*" ' Per" Arrivals' from Mexico.. movements of the: .Military._ ; '} .a E : N E W-'S ,*portion:ortbeState; hT swarms of ft1 ii1tei 1I1n i iil tifit'W"\f' ;<- i II I I
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, : dfrwv *f '* *#' *"** do
I. I' ...4'' We have procured;from.::.the most'authentic -- incendiary publications and. itinerant: Dot p* tea l ta YfcttortiixSTTKirark :,*:'
'J v % Twmtrtw''Days Later Irrnn t'alifrrnla. of the' =- i>c' ,- :wbichswew '
sources, the following statement movements iIst
..I ; apostles abolitionism are interdicted greiL nUresttSa n *.-"*, i!
o.fthe troops., : The Seventh Regiment .' J"Uar ?

, Irj ,I (Correspondent of ihe Picayune) (National Guards) and three troops'of horse. fromjtscohfines} in case of trespass Mr.The rollowhag riSoIdtJ i"' b i
;. MAZA'l'LANl APRIL 9, 1849 were.stationed at Center Market at an early hour Eaves, and adopted: .
?!.t GKKTLCMEN- Peruvian bark Fanny. in the evening. Toward, 9 o'clock several mes- will be delivered over to the hands Raul4That:: i f ., "l}
,;;. Captain de Brot arrived here on the 7th inst. [.several: cU .
the Chief of Police '
I sengers came down from requesting of the law. Everywhere in(ihisDoble r ""T"* *>%%
i, direct from San Francisco, whence she sailed their immediate presence in Astor _mepure, to presene J Seu--jgi5:

.. t ,.on the 29th nit I Place, which was densely crowded with people. JACKSONVILLE,,' ,MAY! 26, 1849. State, we perceive the fullest preparnation rations.of r ComjritteVs? toy&BtSSt '

,I. : t. ., A short time before the Fanny left, one of : They formed, and with some difficulty passed I 'for the dire for the purpose 0rcorrespoudejj' &:

'vyw. r the boat's crews belonging the U. S. flag ship J'' through to the Bowery, pelted with stones so. The Atlantic. .. and Gulf Railroad.On emergency. action, and especially to exert DcI '%1
, ., Ohio, ran away with boat and all.. They werepursued violently that the men were'ordered to load. t. -t-. ;.. ', .*( captured and brought back. Shortly had our first page will be found the and to detectand
Fifteen hundred rounds of ball cartridge she'is the other Southern brlDg an
acting republics
t; after,the crew being called to perform some duty been previously served out to the 'men. The act of,Congress, passed at the last session ', again our:puce.and institutloal :
.4 J they refused to turn out or obey the orders troops were saluted with groans, hisses and insults 'are talking. No measures have In accordance with the : .
1 of the officers; in consequence of which about round the granting the right of way, together following gentlemen
, of all kinds, as they passed been adopted in the event of the I were apPOlnted
' of the leaders confined in irons passage tral
i thirty were ; a cleared that fuel and .COunmittOVigilajc5
square into Eighth street. They with water, privileges, to I and&t
t i .. court martial was being!: held on board the Ohio, street the wholelength of the Opera House, during of any act infringing Southern F If. El! xore, James Gaden, W .jjz.
. J and it was the opinion that Com. Jones would which a number of soldiers were knocked the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Com, F.WrPickens,: and Dr.J'.MCCord... .
Valuable time frittered away
... hang a number of the conspirators There was eights. "
down by stones. One of them was struck in The terms are exceedingly liberal _r,
$ pany.
t : much disaffection in the navy. All the officers in loud-sounding declarations that The Crevasse
the back with a stone, and so severely injured : near New OrLj
' of tho sloop of war St.Mary's had been tried by and will greatly decrease the expense
; that he was carried into t.hehouseofMr. Law- The "
when the crisis does will be accounts of the
: 1 court martial gave two. come they danger to t?
4e nace. of the undertaking.We .
; ';I The U. States propeller Massachusetts, arrived The troops then formed in two lines, four as ready to meet it us any We ty or New .Orleans from the 'fciJJ
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: t at San Francisco on the 25th March. Owing understand that the projectors of '
::ev : to tho immense number of people arriving deep,facing towards Broadway and the Bowery think the moment has arrived when the vUse at M. Saw*
clearu active pJantadoChOQ-
directions
in
and marching opposite the railroad are taking measures ,
,'.:. at San Francisco, the country is in a very inse the whole street.which they delivered to the care sincerity of these declarations ,shouldbe ,Mississippi, some fiflyrnIlesb
curestate. A effective military to'ensure its construction. Theengineers ..
( great want of an speedy .
*..;*Jf. force,and the extension of the laws of the of thepoIice. The companies in Broadway then tested. Parly feeling has a powerful increase with, every mail. "f h o11
be
;, passed again into Astor Place but on accountof may expected on the route ( w.
3 United, States the territory.
-- -- -- -- over- --- '-------.,' influence in lag is the state.ofahi
this
crowd to file luke-
the dense were obliged along producing &
c' : Yours, &a, 1. P. I by the beg 1\ing of next October. ,cc dia&It
the sidewalk. When they reached the centre
I The Monitor of the 24th ult. states that a file warmness of action, and it should be the latest intelligence : .
,: of the Opera House,they formed four deep,and : '
:: f -i of the had"Alta California," published at San Francisco forced their way about two-thirds across the IttOflE OB THE "COCKED-HAT" ascertained how far this influence ex The N 0. Crescent of the letaiaat/ just come to hand tothe
reaching up &alshis *
I'; street when they were assailed with .showers morning we stated thai
i 15th of March. These state that several meetings I CONSISTENCY tends. If a Southern politician makesa was rising, and that nr
: :j of paving stones. A very largo number of men I % leftraJ It i
had taken there, which resolutions &irrear
place at
'.: were knocked down and carried by the police' "I: have no friends to reward or enemies to flaming speech,-declares] he will ot the First Municipalitl.1rert'then.l
to oded.-
.. were passed organize
) a Legislative Assembly into the Opera House and other places. The punish!'!-ZacLary.APFOIWrMWT. We regreUto say that l.eproa: "Wa'
composed of fifteen charged with the maintain to the last the
members preservation noon are still more
tld did all could to allay gloomy..
they
we
) military, are Wheretheq
task of framing laws for the of order '
preservation PRESIDENT. water -
. the excitement but were pressed close BY THE Southern no on Iopayabca
end the protection of trade and commerce so rights-but goes to Congressand ; IJJ.03tt sahcr-
t. I 1fithin that they could not defend themselves. Then James G. Sanchez to the Collector noon. The rain,may have.contributrf r
the district of San Francisco. It also ,
was does
by a party vote us a positive crease the effect of Ihe L. -
;, fell back the sidewalk halted and crevasse "v
;: that they upon of St. Florida vice J; <>t
resolved three Judges should be elected Augustine, George *
is that the overflow is
formed in line. Gen. Hall the on the ineWftL
was.struck should be definitely
\1 for the administration of justice.We again onthe Center Removed. injury, question ..
and in the back with ; mon-street t'ls flooded nearly
...p4 .,. &\wa letter yesterday, dated the 24th right arm stones, sothat asked him, what is he willing to do Baron e-strect. Several up.to..th orue DC
he almost disabled. At this famr
.. was moment
ashot ea
: ult. at Vera Cruz, from a foreign merchant What was the cause of this removal 1 Tt'a1ftaai:
::t; ; which confirms the above intimation given by, fired from the crowd, struck him on the for the South against the interests, of been obliged to decamp: We' WIBU..
"to ; the It cheek. General Sanford was knocked down and No man of any party will say that Mr. rapid current in the different channels ft2
Siglo. is-represented that the people of his ?
i } ; party Trumpery gasconadingmust the river in the direction
; California had organized a Government, which very severely injured, and several of the men CENTER was not" honest and capable." of the CuiL rJ
'.l disavowed the authority of Gen. Smith fs Governor were struck on the head by stones that rebounded now be hushed, and those men course, when this is met' by the;wat&i
:)rJ and had annulled his of ed ( the house. The bayonet of one musketwas Will they do as much for his successor from the crevasse, there will be to sonweS
prohibition exeluding who have been
.* foreigners from working the q1ines.i .- off, and the lock of another smashed fiat. 1 The "Mandarin Resolutions" declared mere partizans m Congress a quantity stagnant water. Should) tiSb.

i:,t t' Thiking it quite probable that Gen. Smith had Sheriff ivestcrvelt and Recorder Tallmadgethen must be induced to stay at home. allowed to rest for any time, it1\'wffl?**?.

;t; ;' modified the order which he promulgated atC gave the order to fire, but afterwards requested that "Old Zack" would be the Office hunters and the like whose disease to an alarming exten... Hen ftt TU

: (i Panama, we were at first inclined to suppose the troops to wait till they had expostulated tool of a desperate and unprincipled pecuniary cessity checking and further influx ftoaft,
:,., with the crowd. however interests crevasse.. ,.
They were are
that modification, upon a popular representation received more connectedwith -" ..}
'2? made to him, had been confounded with a with hootings and blows, and retired. party." Were they not prophetic 1- than with the interests Eight Or.Clock.: -The:water is still mf k

.,It I.. disavowal of his authority but it would .; The order was then given a second and third Never in party of crease ,Phillippa-st is now a delug f nt
; appear was '
public
a man placed a -
; that something more serious has occurred, I time to lire,and the troops were finally ordered position the whole South, must be made to show -B oats areas. commonly to beflleen" "._..'_..._*

:,at : though precisely what we do not understand.-r- to fire into the air. Many of the balls took effect so unenviable. Never were promises their colors. It is a few days since. Within the last foot fan I

i *. The convention which it was proposed to hold on the blank wall of Langdon's mansion, and pledges so profusely given a portion of the the water has risen from six to.eigaHndesLDETII ;
.... and were found in the street outhern
I in March io organize a Government was defin- yesterday merning, politicians who have assiduously '
i i .',. itely postponed to the first Tuesday in ;\lay. completely flattened. or so recklessly broken Gen. TAYLOR crushed OP J1AJOII_ ;..q .., i J.n,

:,, (May 1st) as we had supposed, but it possible The mob seemed the more exasperated by this, says "he would have accepted the nomination every effort of the The N 0. Picayune of SelSUiiaS.

r". I .'. that the necessity of au earlier organization became and re-commenced the attack. The troops were Southern people to take care of them- With '
I. apparent, and that the convention proceeded then ordered to fire as low as possible, but in the i of the Democratic Conventionas says- inexpressible patajt'twcalled t

:..w ; to their work as first intended, and that the universal noise and tumult that prevailed, this readily as that of the Whig Convention selves-and the motives of these.politicians upon to announce the death;!ofMoj.

1. Legislative Assembly above named is a part of order was,probably not strictly followed. They should be enquired into. Gen. .Worth. :
:lot I; its work. On this point we must wait further loaded anil; fired several volleys in succession, ," and, as a matter of course, if head With this 'J'he.n wiid..u; !.

, :.. news, for we are not willing to suppose for a all in the direction of the Bowery, which had h been elected by the Democratic we present our readers den and appalling, reached town Us
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s...' moment that Gen. Smith authority has been the effect of clearing the whole space, except a i with the resolutions of the South Carolina the '
' :: suspended. It could not fail to be known to small crowd at the end of the Opera House.- party, he would have punished the I Convention night by Portland.! .. < Jiv- w lmunicated' c cW T

1,,-'. our correspondent at Mazatlan, and he would During this time Gen. Sandford was fired atthree Whigs! He confesses he was ready to feeling confident that ,to us in the following letter i
: : : not have neglected to mention it. times successively by a man with a revolver the time has arrived when the exampleof "*
from Deas
. .j !, The Monitor, two days earlier, (the 22d) understand, also: that Captain Shum- be the axe-man of either party which Major ; _" 0'_.

'' Gen. Smith has organized a good police, saysw tacitly I ay was wounded in the leg by a baU.I should him and he energy will have some effect in the ,As ft Adft GeJt.,Offce, SliDt. ;i|

:'".' t permits every one who chooses to dig at I Therewas, a short pause, after which the employ was perfectly other Southern States : San Antonio de Bexar TexuSjMay: ,7* 1S4J:.J j

,d ... the placers; that it would be impossible for him stones came from the crowd at the end of the l indifferent as to its name. This Eds. Picayune' have' to
annwnttto
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S'; : house and that 1. Resolved, That full deliberate examination
at the time opposite
preseut to hinder them. This we across Lafayette-place. '
., modern Dalgetty was ready to draw i of the whole has for public i information ihedaii
i ,
; presume is about the extent of the difficulty.- The troops drawn up across Astor-place, facing subject forced a deep you ,
I,;., ,. The same paper says that every successive arrival the Bowery,were ordered to fire, half of them his sword for either side of the quarrel, I conviction on tho Delegates of the Committeesof of Major General WQrifijho'eipif: JI
:.4 increases obliquely towards Safety here assembled, from the several Districts 1I.
the excitement about the gold Lafayette-place and the other today-at oneo'cock"P. M',ofcbom
.I. region. i half across the square. This was the last volley only) secure him good pay and free and Parishes in the State, that alarming make the above 'announcement;*h

;,:,. I The following is an extract from a letter adi fired, as the crowd gradually dispersed. In the quarters !1" and iraincnent peril is hanging over the institutions : '
: order to set aside all)) d ubLIi3bImelancholy
dressed to the editors of the Monitor by a mer- meantime the company horse-artillery known. and sovereign rights of the slaveholding ?, t 5
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.."I chant at San Francisco, dated 9th March: as Yates's Battery, had been,oidcred up, and Stales, caused by unconstitutional and mischievous ] event .. > ,.
: I ; It that several field-pieces loaded with Southern Defence. interference with our domestic slavery obedient
appears throughout the immense exIt canister, were Respectfully your -eervin ls'
':. tent of,the placers placed in front of the house. There at.d the rights of slaveholders on the part of the
you cannot find a foot of was no return The Delegates appointed by the GEO. DEAS, Ass't Adj't G e.-
: ground without gold,and there are spots where of the mob.: although bodies of people lingered people of the North, their Legislatures, Courts, i '
';, :.. from each cradle (balea) full of earth the adventurer about the vicinity for some time. Committees of Safety of the several and Representatives in Congress, and by withholding ; It is not for'us'o write the-,eafogjfof

'::: washes out a pound of precious ore. The whole number troops engaged about the Districts of South Carolina, assembled from them the aids and remedies guarantied the gallant soldier who now slecpi in

. '. The activity in this part is extraordinary, Opera House was bout 300, between 40 and 50 by the Constitution. That arguments and death. For.thirty six-years he,has served
.,.t t; L; and the circulation of money prodigious. Every of whom were injured by the missiles thrown at Columbia' on the 14th inst.Ve append I appeals to cease and abstain from this course of hiscountry i in the army, and'Ki

.:. thing is high in price-more particularly by the crowd-tome of them severely. The the resolutions unanimously adopted I unprovoked wrong and insult, have been ex.hall8t'd gallant, deeds are a P9i rtio 'ore)'
::41 manual labor and the transit:: ofgoods. The companies of cavalry could do nothing. The i in unavailing efforts which have only
,; J. freight of a barque from here to the landing people surrounded them, goaded their horses l I-y the Convention. been followed by repetitions of injury, and ag- common glories of thOejidbfrc.f iA

::" ;" place of San'Clara (three leagues from San Jose) and knocked some ofthem to the ground. The We arc rejoiced perceive that, at g ressions more alarming, persevered in with I friend-who was with him av his 3L1'S

"t Sr.: ." is from $400 to 500. Here wretched hacks of number of persons in the crowd must have amounted an appearance of concert and determination, himself soldier, has addtessed '

I, '1 horses sell for S50; in San Jose, $100. Food to 12 or 15,000. The troops remained I length l some definite measure has been which 1 leaves to us alternative but abject and these few lines: ,1;;:, to.II t?

't. '. for one man is $5 a day. on the ground til5 o'clockthis morning, when adopted in the South, to protect our humiliating submission, or a like concert and
..::'j;! From San Francisco San Jose, by land, it I the were ordered to retire.-Tribune. detuniMiuticm in maintaining our constitutional SAN ANTONIO, May:7)8tI
d is leagues thence rights from their threatened invasionand rights and in defending our property and I Dear is with feeliap
twenty ; to the quicksilver On Saturday, the 12th inst. and the two succeeding per- Jtfy -; It
-
:, mines, now working by Mr. Forbes, it is four : conquest by Northern Abolitionists. sous thus wantonly put in danger. That South of the I have to'ta
deepest :
coroner's regret ;
: days a
held
inquest should
-; leagues ; and to the placers sixty leagues was over Carolina stand prepared, as she now is,
':: !' The proceeding winter had been exceedingly more. the bodies of tho individuals killed by the dis. We are weary of reading endless I to enter into council, and to take that '.firm, ounce to you the dethofBreV1. IJ'

; severe, both in California and Oregon. A report charge. The following is the verdict: strings of resolutions, merely'declaratory united und concerted action" with other Southern Gen. Worth.. He died todayafoaUP.

.::: 'p was put in circulation that a gold placer That the deceased and :;outh-Western States in this emergency M. He was attacted,last, ereoi&g
.' had been discovered persons came to their of opinion. The time has arrived which the preservation of their common honor :
in the defying
f latter
" : territory, but deaths by gun shot wounds, the guns having; with cholera of a most virulent typ$
"t a party of men who went to when Southern citizen should sovereignty and constitutional privileges demands
explore the banks been fired the *
by every
': 0). military, by order of the civil and to maintain them at hazard the best medical skill. l'
of (Power and Burnet
rivers
1. every ,
; probably-tribu- authorities of New York and that the "t'
authorities # -
;" taries of Lewis's Forks.,) thesiteorthesuppos- w justified under the seriously enquire-what must we do- and to the last extremity-and, that in view ofthis fIt

..': f: cd placer, but they returned without finding in i ordering the military existing to fire upon circumstances the mob not, what must we say ? Resolutions I alarming condition of public affairs, a Central is only yesterday, as it were, tlat

q.*,4 anything like what WitS reported. and we further believe that if a larger number; Suite Committee of Vigilance and Safety, to Gen. 'Worth left this city. Immelda
t .4 In the middle unsustained by action, will offer but a consist of five members be now raised ballot
! ?. January of t his year the placers o policemen had been ordered out, the necessity by ,I before he left he complained:of iHi siand >
. were covered with snow; notwithstanding of a resort to thc use of the military might have sorry protection against the energetic to correspond with other Committees and persons i
l 4a1
-' this many persons continued digging. It was been avoided. in this and other States with a view to his departure was delayed pne'jin
,
.!' "" -. however, understood that immediately the rivers I attacks of a majority who do considerably such concerted and united measures as may be consequence. Prior! tq.that ;;1ln

.!; began to rise, which event was shortly expected more than they say. The events expedient in any emergency that may arise. he appeared to be _in ,vigorous !ib
= to take Famine and Choltra in Ireland. The Dublin 2. Resolved That we "
place, all the works would entirely approve The el
be
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::'; ,j bandoncd. a- orrcspondeut of the N. Y. "True Sun" paints: of the last session of Congress, fresh in L Address Southern Delegates in Congress to I.and seemed the picture manly! !

; ::1 Several meetings had been held in San Fran. this terrible picture of things as they are, in the minds of all-the resolution! adopted their Constituents," and the wise and patrioticcourse : .lectual beauty-a pro 1n'd'Jii&t h $fr
;:: cisco for the purpose of opposing the introduction some parts of Ireland : of those Senators Representatives ted soldier. Those vwuo' iiaT9 *""
,':..t : of into "Th steady of famine by the House ofRepresentativesvirtual1y.abo1ishing who signed the same. ,
..*.. slavery the country, with a view to progress -marking him in action assure usthatiafl19:g5
. a. put to greater profit the labor of the Indians. out its victims in the southern and western coun slavery in the District 3. litsolved, That we confide implicitly in the do his ble t
.: f The diligence which left Vera Cruz the ties,without noise but with appalling certainty wisdom and firmness of the State Authorities for connot justice to n

;f j-f f 19th ult, at night, was robbed by ten brigands on -has been (if possible) aggravated by the terrible of Columbia, has taught us that maintaining our Constitutional rights, equality '.in' the, ,field,,:his eagle' ,eyegoftp3! .

: five on horseback and five on foot. They rob I; visitation of the cholera. In Limerick its the time has now arrived when, if at all and honor, and that we heartily approve the and his whole ,countenance. f.
,
.: bed and maltreated the passengers, tore thc ravages were awful. In the town of Ennis (with course hitherto adopted by them in relation to with intelligence andprcud4e5 -'

-;,. ; 'mail bag to peaces, and extracted a. portion of a scant population) it cut down hundreds- the institution, of slavery must be pre. the aggressions of the non-sh eholding StAtes. Alas how re'aJt. t

;: : the correspondence. The pre eding diligence many of them being of the comfortable and upper served unconstitutional } aboli 4. Mesch'cd, That we would regard the speedi1t
"N'..f 'was attacted between Bocco- del Potrero and classes. In the town of Kathkene the shops sage by Congress of the Wilmot Proviso, or pas.r ,traits--quenched 'in deatfi:.i';, 'f'tUP]'

.I#:1 I ,.n'Juan, wounding a pasaenger, (the unfortu- were closed for days, and scarcely a habitation: ,tion. It useless to resolve any longer C measure for abolishing slavery or the slave tradeor ,the perilabf. hundfeH: atUzbe. -,,, tG

\: t. : nate ugbec;) who afterwards died at Plan del was to be found in which a member :was not about our rights.; They are no l longer the admitting slaves to vote in the District ..carried off ,ilk thea-malUWi- : ;:;.of.

.:,;': :R io.. The same week the church. in the town attacked by the disease. At Armagh and other of Columbia, or of any equivalent'measure, as akr, :!i if I
; 1 of Los Vigas was robbe of a considerable L northern towns it is equally virulent and fatalT reg rded. As a minority we are direct attack upon the institutions of the strengthby'' dieaseseeIflS;:

,; t b t tity of property. The deligence which arrived quan -Between famine,cholera, any emigration,the utterly powerless in the National Coun slaveholding States. and as such to, be resisted, 4 ras. : l ldier. :}J.c'Y. t i?[[.f Jf r

' : at Vera Cruz from the interior was robbed between population oflreland it is calculated by compe- by them at every hazard: ; and that in either;f .are' ., indeedjnscrutibe.-. .. .. ... ....,. ... '; : I' ..
:!, Calera and the Garita Queretaro. By, tentperstns, will be reduced one-third at the cils., We must be up and doing, and such events, the Governor be'and he is hereby .. "-, :':'ok _,,- ', -.-.-...-,:?:-,..,.a.o,;.;.\t. I.,.
,..': ? all accounts, the road from Vera Cruz to the .end of the present year 1" what i is more, we can only depend upon requested to convene the Legislature if it ia not: ; .b 4 !.,,!-\f-r! aP'b ,:.

fJ, i .. Capital is more than usually infested with rob in'session, to consider the mode and measure of; .. OBicialJlotice bad be 111ceiTed.attJaritot: :
.:: bers, but we mentioned yesterday that the Governor ourselves. redress. e .
3The: Auburn (N. Y. the intervention ofrBus itweenAustria &
:. : of the State about ) Advertiser, a rabid 0. Eesolvd That icr,
; was to organize: a pot We are rejoiced to perceive, ive we do concur land adopt.he and Hunstrjr;;! II
Whig say
.# {. lice to protect travellers this paper, talks as follows! about the ) Resolutions which have *
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on road.t-N. O. Virginia twice been confirmed stood'to hav.placed large force*!tit***
::5 f' Picayune May 9. Whigs:"They have a charming set of Whigs that something definite has at length i>y.the Legislature Virginia ,as containing ,sal of Austria,amountin ;U id aid,to OI1t*f

.' TilE TURKS- in Old Virginny." Out of fifteen members of been done, South Carolina has organized the clearest exposition'of'the, rights,and'dUe; dred and.fifty.thousand 41t\Il G-A letter in the London ties of the several States feeling and eetl>
believing hTei *
1 Congress have Theliunganianatonious
"* Morning Post, from Brusa, Asiatic Turkey, : they .succeeded .in electing ONE: !, not only Committees Safety in that she :will continue firnTand resolute in over Jthe\A.ustriansvnd*erjiWaer have"nefity w*

.. *.:,dated: :Th April 4, says: probably, that we had lix in the last Congress. every District' of the State, -but, has maintaining what- she announced-with so .nihilated their armyThgre$11 i'sl'"
,chief news is a firman in of The Whigs of other States of the much wisdom and :diliberation and that "
progress execution Union, hating ,, > the 'tails-at :Vienna : ..rt qJ14.; .t } .
; for a military conscription the succeeded appointed. a Central State Committee, liberties honor d interest the ]
most in
j .- : electing a Whig President the Slavehoiding .:There d*nrosp& otpeac8'bet *
.aweeping ever known here during! a period of States will be safe under her.lead. *.* >
peace All those Whigs of that State are so busy for;purposes.of COrrespOndence; ,.&c;-- A i =rk.andPrusna.. -'s: ;;s-Jfci* 's'.tsit8.
.
"Mussulmen we in I ,
liable
under to service suppose, Mr/Elmore prefaced presentation of these f Moresroooa haTeleftRralo It fortBw'i 7
:
: called upon$designation to of rediff, or militia, are trying to secure all the offices as not to have The Convention* J, -: Columbia t ** *. request, ,, Resolutions- :by some impressive and eloquentremarks. t it:is reported that Marshal! 0 tdiaothtdfWj

-fourteen days,proceed to Constantinople within sufficient time to attend to the trifling :matter the Governor, io convene' -the, Legislaluce -: Restated that' after a,full and\free Rome: and:that the jpeople:had r&n -i9 J **

:: and families leaving their homes, property; of an election. It is too undignified c nflrel oe in Committed on the:'T r'OUJ PloP 'It of. :the restoration of the'Pope,r'ac4 w*"

4 charge of friends, at ,such abrupt notice!, to the for the Whigs of a employment i'n.....case.;:'1-':.of J any.... .;1 distinct,. '0-.attack' upon, "Bilious'submitted1 to them, they had'allfinally members the ,RepubUcan>'Go.veza4tj3a4
or State that
claims
whomsoever elso they can the the institutionsThe of j agreed to adopt the Iesolutionsjustpresente L .
States. fted'
find otherwise slaveholding )( ::1: r1-jI
to 1&T :
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; title !
tf 'Mother ;
Providence
of '
.. as Statesmen. All of those ResolutIons ... .
aimed at .J.a1'ft.
,
of That
fellows who many the business the same end L ,, ..Tb. 1I 'ropA (1 cpeeLJ
.
: poor .".:
: must Convention
join the ranks, areactu.dMB& left to other Whigs. It is enough for thera : :recommends no particular : the more perfect union theSouth for resistance The s1nthPient: U points, ha"Tb. "

;.1 :''#. ?.IDg no one shutting able or by their houses in despair the Statesmen of the Union. -to hold the ;;; i cause for adoption'further: than, to the infracffons'of the Constitution) ,the part ,Uedta.,1: ...... ,.......,
) trustworthy to takecharico ojfices". : of the North[and,after'mature": -
raU u I it: ;} 'jr qnjaub1co11slJcred sded
: !
''Pt i get e the population j is itJ leaVingitfvery; : to illegitimate L : :
for this uncommonly at a loss to account Later from San, Domingo,...-By ) "- ,.properjy. 'J .,' ,. t LC iai thought thatobjtbouIcI' best-be'attained ,t4.3? t 1!'c.oi i..
,
:'andihe question is sudden call formen day, from St Domingo, we. have the"on .arrival to body to-discuss;. IiatsjutlI, b 'bytbe measures indicated.. ;,There was but one .. In.th .,Bri isb.Far1iimeni tile&( I'I ol.(
generally ,
b ed1 Are J gratifying feeling'and one sentiment eri dh \ M&*
"
the Ute
intelligence of the : t member 4O1U1d1ttb117 iitrodaced.bQt
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;'.really togoand flight the MUCQ'fo-Ghiaours ? total rout"of the ;rHaytien .done. in. 'case,of such, :attack*, ':Meanwhile of thai assembly ,which felt'far
A -In suchcaie it; would at least I iiruiy: ,,under.President Solouque -" I h .." v,'. | 'mortf than ter waS vry .gu uponjhe subject
be. ,fair'to let by the Domin i Committees ;tvaiclQi :jt'cafcd tof utfer. noexhQrt 4' Ibis
l
know.77 -' "- t us icans. The President himself ,> 4:Safety d'aiFprsent '0 The breac bweeLteNapo1c.oJ'feo1lsld11 q

: being captured.-Charleston Mercury narrowly"- ihelriferest* btthcjiubliciii. every: i'ioerge object:of:all.Concert i differences, and"trusted that JIJi., the:\tlJ6 one adoption' reat ',.:....,:,,,,, '_'.i",!>._.x..w...... ..."..,.,'<.:;.;,.:t-;;itQ-...:rt:,,,"\"idri,>or. ......:..".'t: .""""''". ,_ -,

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' ot'diSunfon is to be raised because ,INDEPE ,April:21. .,:The com.l I. We have*the" Gold Ddltar aitfstf It came:in-' kdRT i1liTELL1GIENCE.. "': ;I ,. -------n'.JII", ., t- .. ...to.L fiats,.. .er- 't' ..f. r i t
rit I e5.r fI : to cir Cnla waaller1 = OF'tACK80NVILLE-: :28. ,. .., ..a.'a".t1In l IHe $rer. .. G, ...h
Ii Ii is not willing to surrender her rights. panics now.in ::cam ; to. move oi yesterday. Itf"''48 .. ....1:.
: the S o Crth There --r-r T--- -; r- > thanafive'cent piece butf it lt like \.t't PERSONS ink oi.f LW 2 4"
i the nry snbterfage we expected. comprise 2500 personsvHo I :will icanfy / Avery ." O.r :ARRIVED.CLEARED..; .'t ?. 8 ng ,lht
1 iai e&ofpo1iticia.ns Is in this country, who,with 3000-heab : different"' .coia 'Thehead liberty rriyh stan May, 2I-Brig. ;OrIando;;m11, ,N.Yolk: I 'above Patents=-.cmtioBa1l1&cf"y .J,'
least
j r.tCck
...a, in theIreaitS&re at ,jno xen and is'on one fcideandoii the re z ,, "'If >0 a 'fV"'V'.. for said
* months and Treason r'atlcIIthl4nasgia' '', a ,'_ ,. .. JAlfarettaWhit, .,. &._ ._' infringements, or violation to Lyjaa :t
. t _1n preparing, or at least attempting to mules. .This'Jwdy'ofine! ,'wtfit! ; !J...*-' the.words "United States;of America,7? with a | "l :!,C 23-;' c.,,,1";"T-om'L....:g.' ..".. ';' ='....,f'V'......... Merchant, Daniel Humphrey ,and'Jhoaa J.
* ht I portion of the people of the'South to mount of stockintend.tnoviag.thecom- .wreath.eiiclosia the jworda M'Dollar} 1849." I"r 2 -.. .ft.( :Doamer" '' .NPPch 0 Is-'N.. .... .I Barney,.or either or them acting MBJyag HU, ':::1,}
u i and vitae without resistance, theIr ing week Allowing" thataTl.jiucceed There is no. aRle. pon it-. We hope to see thiseautiful u u =8ch'; r.s.:E. Vino ",Joaea. N.1._ : under a power of Attorney'dated oa die 18Uiday ...f
von :
J ot tramP1 under .b and useful coin in general use before : j" January! 1848,,as said power of Atter&rt '?
constitutional rights
J1 i.7f Iaaed and Is this Union to be prose rRt,1 at the sac- in_ :starting, each:,anxious, to : :travel ,thecndofthisvear.. ; h ,May. _"Brig'Helen B.'Fist- ;' dom; Boat. *revoked by-m 'on the>23d:'day:of:Aprii ;
ask can itpi6c the 'other[iljs :feared; t1attbe:y ie> 2&C; Oceila 1849.'ZEBULON :
n the States Aye, we might : ; < ot.na StoneEsaex., ::. : PARKER, Patefitt*; : .
to preserTed of by a 'violation of the spiritvo and grass.they will find:;>ear 'the{ camping' 'Extensive Coin aeiat"St.Louie.\ oI h'l'J..W.Gandr, Townseni,"TStiT. 'Newark; Ohio;May: : 19,'1849.._ f 3mos'?

'< r tie promises of the constituton"! Admitting places; will 'pr ve, ,wholly: ,ipso>Rcietit, BALTIMORE; May 5 j p..JD..r <:, 25-Bri8AtchafalaJcl 'Mears,Boston." 1
:'I l such a UnIon be conducive A fire broke out at,St. Louis this.moriI&and ;" Take would ;
and aided :
hurried
could
t 'teat it 1I'elfae, and happiness ot the people 1 We by marches, :tend"toreduce has destroyed nearly one half of the'City '. Ctaes e b Prayer:B .h.- .mH. -UNIifRsIGNED would call p ,rUtul r I}

ti 1 r contend to the that it would not, and that peaceable their stock. This .belng"doile at and that thelTery.centre off commerce and bu Whitsunday, :May 27th, is'the,, three .1.- attention to the fact-that. they sell. ch.. i'

- dissOlution would be far prefera.ble. The Unionis the start, will retard them greatly in siness. .Among the buildings destroyed are five hundredth Anniversary of;the ..Englah.Iatnrin CASH ftt. They tespectfully,reque*'. 11"t l
".. valuable as it exits under the compra. reaching their destination. Banking Houses, all the Insurance offices,twen ify. ,A'sermon will be .. to",them to make mtdiattp.mealj ti
:!
1, only the spirit and sacred principles of the ST. JOSEPH April 25 1849.Fromwhat ty-seven steamboats lying along the levee, and Church, suitable for the.occasion. sat eyisillpostir,dyadheretothecaah"and .-........ 1i'i
mise <
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the ,.
that Constitution which respects Telegraph office, which was subsequently will b..ve"O credit in future.: "
Constitution I have been able to ascertain, removed to the Illinois side of the river. '. Columbia Sbcrifl>s s !Sale COOPER&RE18.; j
1. and 'tests'SesrsrSSSiafessrss3S3r5 there appears to be a greater number of 4 O i LL" be sold before the Court House door, May 12,1849. tt ?

emigrants rendezvousing, at this point The Necessity of Action.-The Carrollton "" in the Town of Alligator, Columbia Co, -:. '*' .,

j' than at Independence. (Miss.) Democrat very.properly remarks: on the first Monday :of July.next,:between the Notice ;e f\1
J & to "If The people of the>>: South take.no action before usual.hours of sale, the following property,:to DO HEREBY: forewarn.'all \
CoI1 SSer party, and to forCe her into quietpbmission The roads, in every direction, are lined the meeting of the next Congress, the.Northern wit Lot No. 25, runing one hundred and fifty I trading for a certain promissory persona note drawn Trora t j
the hold her with the of agitators will silence into feet ((150)) on second and third streets and .
by threatening to respon wagons emigrating par- interpret our one by myself; in favor of James G: Cooper la the 1
'lible for the dissolution of this glorious Union ties from the lower counties of Missouri submission, and thus force the Southern 'members hundred, and ten feet ((110)) on Magnolia and sum of $500,payable 1st January: 1849, aad "_.;

: if pe resists the oppression! A monstrous doctrine and from Iowa Wisconsin Michigan to a most degrading silence, (in imitation of Cherry streets; and Lot No. thirty six ((36,)run- endorsed by: him to t'hailesP.Coo p r who,aub- !;
\ trUly to be preached by a Southern jour- their constituents) or tu an open and violent ing one hundred and fifty feet ((150)) on third sequently endorsed the same to.Cole,& Broth. 1
What' we would ask, has held the Uniontether and Illinois. The majority of these and dangerous rupture which must inevitably and fourth streets, and one hundred and ,ten ors, or to"A.H.Cole. ,As certain payment. hayt 'J:

t. glory intend moving leisurely as far as Fort imperil our glorious Union, and perchance, lead feet (110)) on Magnolia and Cherry streets, situated been made upon said note by'me,which havettbt 'i t.

1 : *nd renown, uu* f-: "y ',kept Kearny and Council Bluffs, and there to violence and bloodshed. in the Town of Columbus in Columbia Co., been credited on the ,: Persons becoming 1endorsers
, in the bosoms of their descendants together,with all buildings and appurtenances
and glowing make their final start. ,holders. ,or purchasers of said note '
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rr i. .alive which inspired the hearts of our revolutionary Can Lynn Beat This-A.bootmaker of Ogna- .thereon; also,the interest Francis Jones, do so at their risk under this notice; I am ,
I ancestors, in a spirit of conciliation and Up to this time, at least three thou- coke, Illinois, exhibits eight pair of large size in the said town of Columbus, being six shares termined ,not to pay said note unless as .certain de:1: ,
,
- ,I when they framed the charter of sand emigrants" have arrived at 'this boots made by a man named Grinnell,in one thereof; also the interest of Francis Jones, in credits are duly made upon the same.' s.t.
r. I SbertiS? He answer nothing. Let this point, en route for California. Several I day. ,The work is done in a superior'manner. : the late Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares JOHN C. PELOT., ;:
.s ; extinguished by the foul breath -Chrori.: "; thereof Levied upon as the property of the Columbia E.F. j'
be once county
. companies have already and ,May 5,1849. 5tNotice.
inark departed t
-. fanaticism and sectional prejudice; let the We do not know that Lynn can beat the above, said Francis Jones, to satisfy a fi. fa, issued :
J.i of spirit out of which the Constitu are now about one hundred miles from but it is small doings this city. There is a from the Circuit Court of Benton, wherein Luke ';:.
compromising 4
i it tion and the Union sprung be once neglected, the frontier. They intend remaining ladies' shoemaker down in the swamp, who as Moore, Administrator of the Estate of Lester k
1if disregarded, and spurned, and the tie that bind iu camp for'some days at Grand Island,' fast as he finishes a gaiter throws it over his Crook, deceased, is the Plantiff, and the said FOUR weeks. after date I shall apply to'&*
dissolved shoulder into a box behind him. He one Francis Jones and Peter K. the Judge of Probate, for Columbia Co
the States is virtually though a copy which is about 280 miles distant. keeps ,Bailey,are Defendants *
The Fla. for
1 Constitution, written in letters of gold, in the air all the tint/-and don't half rY.-f.N f : Levy made by Thomas B.Fitzpatrick leave to sell the real estate of Samuel i '
the
1II be of in the hands of every man in the nation.- roads from Independence, Fort Kearny Y.: Globe. former Sheriff of Columbia county.A. Mi Elliott, late of said county, deceased. i''

: true friend to the nation will foster this and Council Bluffs, there connect, and I A. STEWART,Sheriff. MARTHA W. FITCHETT, '
Every Madame Jeanne Deroin directress of the Journal .
will frown those who would in order obtain full and Alligator May.26,1849. 6t. Administratrix; :. '
Jfg iriS and he upon to a accurate de 1'Opinion des Femmes,and the most elagnent '- May 5, 1849. -5t 1'
obliterate it, as enemies to the Union. We of register of those emigrating, as well as : haranguer at several recent banquets of ,Notice. .. .j* ,- r. '
i have which t .
the South being the minority, rights the of the various female Socialists,has issued an address declaring << : .
and protects but of report progress companies persons indebted to Messrs. Palmer & Administrator's Notice n .
Constitution guaranties ALL
,
t .the which a mnjority in Congress would rob us- I have deemed this point advan- 'herself a candidate for a. seat in the National on mortgage, bond,note,or otherwise SIX MONTHS after date I shall pr se t rDT ;
.
e 1. .This fact is alarming in itself, even though that tageous. 'Assembly. ,will: ,please take notice that the undersigned accounts and vouchers, to the HoD. ;:th. Ci
majority comes from the Northern division of We have it from very good authority that.no is authorized to collect and settle the same. Judge of Probate, for the County'of Alachtzs a&d f;;

1. the Confederacy. But what shall we think of Tennessee.-Gen. Trousdale, the candidate less than 14,000 British seaman have deserted Immediate attention to this notice becomes necessary shall then apply for, a final dischargeand'dliir ft:

r. those even in our very midst who will stand by of the Democratic party for Governor the merchant service during the year, 8000 of o.S Mr. Ferris is about to remove from mission, as Administrator, from the Estate''of :
:4 and pee the robbery committed, and then hide in a recent speech at Springfield whom have left their vessels on the American the State. Suits will be brought at once, in all William 0. Thomas, deceased; and'potice'isi ": '
:.1 Ikeir crime behind the hypocritical cry of UM-JS! made the remarks coasts. cases where prompt attention to the above' I hereby given, to all whom it may concern, that !
Ve warn our readers, as well as the Southernyeople following : neglected. Ishall then pray that a distribution; 'of said,Es:
in time, to beware of such hypocrisy.To .- "The North, said Gen. T., are pursuing A Chance for Speculators.-The Boston ''Post PHILIP FRASER, tate be made amongst.the Heirs of,William'Q., ;
,or. 'i, preserve inviolate the Union and the rights a system of measures which must says: "Any person who will bring to this office Attorney for Messrs. Palmer & Ferris.. Thomas, deceased, entitled to'the same., ar.

. of the States, is, and ought to be, the paramount terminate, if persisted in, in the entire satisfactory proof that any Whig newspaper has May 26, 1849. 4t ALLEN THOMAS, ':: ,
\ -object: of every true patriot; and he deserves to abolition argued, or that any Whig even thinks since the Administrator Wm.. 0. Thomas. It,
of slavery in the United Sta JACKSONVILLE CADEM:1": .
e ;! be regarded as an enemy to both, who would election of Taylor THAT THE SPOILS DO!1T BELONG Newnansville, April 28. 1849. 6m., t':
f elield! his invasion of the one behind a hypocrifical tes. The first step in this system was TO THE VICTORS, shall be suitably rewarded."

profession of devotion to the other. the abolition of slavery in the District Columbia Sh ertIl's Sale. :

1..t l JVwittffe Ujtlan. ,of Columbia. The next was to preventits American Enterprise.-At the time the American B Y virtue of a fi. fa. issued from the Justice '+,
army left Mexicoin, July last,not a single citizen's Court t
of Columbia
' extension into the territories I county,YhefeinBeD-
I new ; house existed: in Brownsville, (the site of 1'-
;,. !I The Indcpendciil Treasury. lien the traffic in slaves between the Fort Brown,) opposite Matamoras, where now jamin Plantiff Davis for the use of Elias Edwards ia the ;t ,

:r The March: number of Hunt's Mer- States would follow ; and after that the stands a town of 2,000 inhabitants, 'THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE OPENED ON shall expose, and Charles to public Lee sale is ,the before Defendant the Court I _.

.chants': Magazine has an article from object of these agitators would speedily A Portland chap, being in foreign the first Monday in June next,at 9 o'clock,A.M, House door, in the Town of Alligator in said .:

'the pen of Alexander Hamilton, the first be accomplished, by the necessary abolition and at a loss for words in writing home, closed parts, in Jacksonville, East Florida. county, between the usual hours of sale the fol. : .
} of in with these Give love Separate rooms will be fitted up for the ac- lowing property, to wit the E.jg of the N. E.
the to all
slavery States'I'hi : my the folks and r'
of the I of Lads and Misses where
::Secretary Treasury, reviexving if about .commodation young quarter, and West }_ of the 8.E.quarter;*be ;
was their object, and these they say any thing whiskers, say I've they will be instructed in the and
e the of the late administration were measures some.'J Elementary i ing a fraction in Section 35, range 11, Town ;.
b measures by which they hoped to effect it. got higher branches of an English and classical i ship 1, ,S& E. Levied upon and to be sold_ #f''t

i ;which he thus speaks of the Independant For himself, he was for fighting this It is reported sound Education, and young men will be fitted for the property of said Defendant,to' satisfy: said .
:, on authority, College or for professional, in the Latin and fi.fa.
i.; Treasury: ground inch by inch. And whilst he that while Mr. Calhoun was:speaking Greek classics, and in the Philosophical and Levy made and returned to me' by Alien .;

11 iI i '"To-what end and for what purpose was for the Union, be was also for the in defence of his Resolutions, John Randolph Mathematical sciences. Hinton, Constable. ASA. A.STEWART.. a .

; should'we get rid ot the Sub. freasury 1 constitution which formed the Union.i sat eyeing Webster. A hat was Arrangement. April 14-tds Sheriff. 1-1.
THE YEAR will be divided into four quarters,,
.!, It has, thus tar, with all its faults and i o preserve the one we must sustain on the table before him, which obstructed of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vaca Estate of Joel Bass Deceased.- {

fI 'trialsdotieitsduty faithful)} The coup the other. Upon this question the South sight. "Take that hat away," said tions. The day will have two sessions: the first, ;

I -try has passed through an unexpected. should stand as one man against the Mr. Randolph. It was removed-and from 9 to 12 M, and the second, from 3 to 5 P. ALL persons Joel Bass having, deceased claims, against late of the Colombia estate I oi

r war,,involving an immense expenditure aggressions of the North, and meet the keen eyed descendant of Pocahon- M.exercises Wednesday in mornings will'be and appointed declama to Bounty,are hereby required to present the same i;.'
English composition
::1 .of.treasure, ivithoat wavering; and with. them at every point. No man in the tus sat himself to watch the motions of lion. duly authorized, within the period prescribed

. ,similar-soundness in the movements of : country could be so wanting in duty to Websterth rowing intohis facethepier. After the first term,no pupil will be received, by lawor this notice will be plead in bar of their .J",:

oar momentary ,affairs, the have with himself, to his family, to posterity, andto cing gaze, before which he quailed i except at or near the beginning of the session, recovery requested, to and make those immediate indebted to said estate to are :.'

,e .!perfect regularity and calmness preser : the country, as to desire to break up past time. When r. Calhoun sat down nand, no.pupil for less than one term. ARCHIBALD CARRAWAY.payment i';;

V t ved ourselves through a period of specnilative the Union. And if the South would Webster rose and faltered, blunderedand Reading,Writing and Tuition.Arithmetic, $6,00 Administrator. ;i'"..

1 i ;Mit excitement. In my judgement stand firm and united on her constituti sat down utterly demolished. Higher English studies +' 8,00Philosophical "" Alligator,April 14, '49. 2mi' :3.Executors 'III..

eal lead we been deprived of the contr01lino- onal rights, the North would shrink Aye," said Randolph: He's dead sir and('tnssicalsf.udies, 10,00 -
< interference of this from taking itself the One half the price of tuition,according to the Notice.shall expose r- i
power a wild upon responsibility He has been dead hour I
an
scene 2d
ago. saw day of April next'in frontof
studies pursued, will be expected in advance, ,:
of ruinous extravagance would have of dissolving the Union. him dying muscle by muscle.-Virginia and the balance at the end of each term. the court.house at Jacksonville. Tena:and ; :

;. been exhibited, which like the mania f'' Times. Board will be provided in Town at reasonable her child -Amy) John,Louisa and ThomaJ,
of I836wculd have terminated in a Texas.The Matagorda Tribune, in rates per month, for Pupils-from the country property of tho Estate Joshua Hickmati;dec, .r I
1.. I&1 l and disgraceful bankruptcy. gen-The an able article defending Mr. Calhoun From the American whaling list, i it ; and Parents and Guardians, who may d e- to ltistladebtdue from said'Estate:, '* .../ 1:

J. has acted against the aspersions of Senator Hous.ton appears that there are at present 596 sire to avail themselves of the facilities of this Ex'r WxU HICKJIAN, ;J!,:,
system conservatively through Institution for the education. their children last Will and Tes'ment, J. Hickmaa def
has the
following just and discriminating American whalers in t"
1D the South Pacific
the.natural force of this inherent pow- and others, may be assured that no exertion Jacksonville,March 10th, 1849. 4t'

.erto.check expansion.: The importation L. remarks : Ocean, while there are only fourteenBritish will be spared to ensure health, comfort and nTh above sale is postponed to the'flat ,;

of twenty million of dollars, the j''RespectingMr. Calhoun's disunionnotions vessels so employed. progress in knowledge of all who may be Monday In June seat. rniyS., '. ..
and movements we think our entrusted to the care of the Principal '

dated)price of the our breadstuff's, would have in- Senator: greatly at fault. A strict constructionist In a lecture lately delivered before RUFUS.:SEWALL, PrincipalN. Notice Is hereby given,to aU whom it r
currency to such an extent, the B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to that nay
will Professor
had never dissolve the Union i Highland Society, Dick, the subscribers will apply.
the Hanks been at that provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommcn .
liberty, by by petition to the Judges of
j a latetudinarian He is the while recommending his hearers to roae,-tar L'al '
this time should either may. ded. [Republican copy.] I .Umbia and Alachua
1 1 we have failedto counties, at the next terms
. wash all }#
disunionist at heart who submits roots before giving them
I tamely to May 19, 1949. tf of their several Courts, for leave to sell
perform our contracts have thermal :
or
returned
y ,. to an infraction of the Constitution cattle, stated that he had seen one cwt. estate of the late Jacob Summerlin
A ; to Europe. double the amount not he who stands in of earth taken out of ahorse which had LAST' NOTICE situated said Counties. '_ deceased i
up accordance ,
&
f
...: specie xvc extracted. The Su b- ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS j
i with his oath to maintain it and been destroyed by it. TO JOHN A. SUMMERLIN *
UNDER THE ARMED OCCUPATION
1-. .'} Treasury kept down the value of foreign THOMAS D.iDEXTER
,
at hazard the it ACT.-The of the Interior
uphold every rights undersigned, Agent ,
r. merchandise to specie; and in the was intended protect and vindicate." | JV"ew JlrchbisJiops.The Catholic will attend at the following places, on the days Executors tf Jacob ROBERT Summerlin: BROOK t ;

:a trio of its influence, regulating our | -L- .. Council at Baltimore have created several specified below, to take and receive proofs by Guardians of.the minor,heirs.deceased and' j

;e; home market,where ou r mei chants wereeubled The Value of California.-Brother new Archbishops Bishop Hugh despositions before him. in relation to the settlement April. 14. 5t *?

ffli. those at I least who were moder Jonathan, says the London Morning es has been made-Atchbishop of New And occupation .of all persons who obtained ,
permits under the act of Congress entitled '
stein their expectations, to make fair Chronicle it must be admitted, never York ; Bishop Blanc, Archbishop of 'An act to provide for'the armed' occupation Administrator's: Notice._ -

& ,and profita'.le vo)ages." made a more successful deal than when New Orleans, and Bishop. Purcell, and settlement of the unsettled part of the SALE QFREAL ESTATES .
Peninsula of Florid '" 4th Postponed to the first Monday in May aa.xt *
- Tie he bought, for ready cash, the vast Archbishop of Cincinnati. ) approved August ,
Mu od t Church South. From and who under that to an
order
:& 1242, were occupants : act PURSUANT o'-the'Jadge of Pjro
block of land
the ,Southern Christian Advocate, we unpromising through a A VOICE .FROM VERMONT. and the act amendatory thereof)approved June County of this date, trill

'e.0 I learn that there are nineteen Annual remote corner of which rolled over in .. Tnnbridge, Orange County,Vermont, ) 15th, 1844, and who settled or occupied under offer for sale at Public Auction: ,on the fint
Conferences in the glittering sands the undiscovered Pac- November 2f. 1845. J said act;and did not.voluntarily relinquishsbaddon or Monday in April next ensuing,' at the: usual
Church South, covnng tolus of the West. He has a right to Mr. Seth W.1 Fowle Dear Sir: I hereby certify the same,..but continued to reside on hours of Sheriffs sales,the following described
jr.e. the Southern States and the In chuckle his like treasure that one year ago last June, I was violently said frontier south of the line dividing Townships real estate of Eliza DL' Urichton decea ed-on*
dian over purchase a
: I territory. The general soperin attacked with a cold and cough, with, lame, numbers nine and ten, south arid east ofthe hundred and thirty ((130)) acres ,leadence of the whole, in the hands of finder, who, turning over the soil side and stomach, and waS not free from a coughduring base 'specified in the act of 1842, thereby or less;situated oa The St.Johns Rivera in"Due

wBishops the of his newly purchased acres, throws that summer. In,December following, aiding to effect the objects of'said act, :viz: val County, and bounded on the,South and Easfc .:
'
,tou ; regular pastoral and up a rock of gold. A twenty years'lease 'ray'cough increased to an' ahtrolingSczteilt! ,+'so' At Newnansville. ,, Alachua county,,on Monday by lands of Eleanor. 'Cricht b; West by S&. i
rue onary work is entrusted to the of the patch of ground whictv that'during the'winter" I Iostvab6ut thirty-five 7th May. i Johns River. North};and East,by i landrof Ca ,'
Of of, 1,476: travelling preachers e' pounds of flesh, and physicians with whom: lad At St:Augustine, St. Johns'county,on Tuesday i vin Reed. North by lands'of.Charles;B yin
e* -eta comprises the valleys of the San Joaquin -. : 15th the same being''one-eighth (' L;of, a..trsct.1of
increase, during the vised could give me no relief. .It was thought May. :
r- ,83. The total number of past year, and Sacremento would fetch, in i by all that I should never recover: As my good 'At Pilatka, Putnam county,'on!Tuesday, 22d; land owned ty the' late' ':John Crichton,known j

0. ; meted superan- George Robin s's auction rooms, more fortune would have it,in March following,after May. .. ,., "Tweedside i ," and .situate atr,the'mouth of ;
n- ? preachers is 108 j and of local than enough to reimburse, the price' for suffering exceedingly through the winter, 'I At Mellonville, Orange county, on Tuesday Julington,,Creek. The said real 'estate to bo ;

teachers 3,026 j a decrease of 116, of the whole heard of the beneficial effects of\rllt r'.!Balsam 29th fay. sold for payment'of debts of deceased. ,_,a <
::0... thoughsome! the fee simple tract of At 1a. Marion 18th ALEXANDER W.; CRICHTOK '
Oca ,
of the Conferences gireturns ve i of Wild Cherry, by way of a friend who: .. county,: on Monday,
"
a... to which it forms so insignificant a part. June. rAt 'Adm'r.EstateofElizahLCrichto n ;1
The had received the greatest benefit by: the use of ,
m'eml
... i.bets. .. total'number of I" the article, and was induced:by him to make a .. Lake Lindsay'Benton county,onDlonda25th y, .Jac sonvill. ; February-:19th/1849., T "> 'I

colored! 491,786, viz : whites 354,258 Spring style of pantaloons.-This is trial of it myself' and no-words can express myobligations : June. Feb: 24. 'SOds" 10

, 134,153, Indians 3,375; exhibi- described by a Philadelphia papers as to that friend for thus recommend. L*' .A t Fort Fanning,'Levy county, oa. Monday. .. <5JT ,The above sale postponed to the FJiil

.aa J4rr *poa the returns of last year,.the follows : "The hue IS a : between I lug this article to meVjmd at the.critical moment 9th July.: ,.... ,f ;, :Monday.ia May; next.. : : -' L : 'apr7r' J
I ', >,tncreal of 26 233., The Mission'bns he did;''forl bad not taken >t p one_bottle "At. Tampailleboro j g, county, on, .Monday,. 0'_ -0,1', ;..
edT ,that of pea soup and dirty water with i before I isqth July. .. a y ;, : t3 .
: Ueeti ?: was completely 'cured,.and. from that '' > ,SPENCER: OAKBBFI t .)
: "
>.T :> of the'past year are rev a stray touch of the:: green scum of: a "day; to this hare not been troubled with a cough|: At 'Key'West: Monroe countyon'Monday. : ; :
b. t '.Code:r,frorn,! sixteen of the nineteenjces frog pond r j and the proud wearers' 'go I can'cheerfully recommend it to--all,as being a wth August ; c ., ,; ._ .: ..._ '- Utt Ql t a\J ;; jZ;

Jet and amount to a little up- 'and down Chestnut_ Street like so remedy of great value, hoping others may be At 'Miami! & ., Dade ,county" : :on wwa Monday+ 20th f Jaeli+-oai111; .
: rards. X65 000 up induced o. try it, and thus'beoome convincedof Augult, _...->t4:
the
lerente8 PuttinS'down many bullfrogs out on a: pleasure ur*. its merits, and perhaps' 'saved'from.the fatal .'At,Fort. Pierce;St.;Little county, on Monday ".. ... : .? '":", i."{ I"J._

.hoi ,. i not reported, according'a to .sion:' grasp of. Consumption.' ?& '. <&.I t, 3d September.,'.. .r .oJ; I .Jos._. McRosaTBazeaat3.- .Sft--.
;
t returns; of ,the ,previous year,, the jj'' -- 'FR)3EDSAN'GOYESE: f f' All,persons interested,'andwbohave not al-: .6:49.: f t: .3 !>; ; :

ga.te. Missionary revenue, ,w ill Tried Friewll..A Do.t fioJl.,8barperhavi JNonegenuhxe; nl stonedBUTTS, 'readymadettheirproof,:are requested,to have ._ "fa J 4
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ti! ?od. ? about: $67-000an improveriSSF ff*.observed that .there was 'nknowing. > th'fe-wraPPezre ;-, : L i theirs"witne8sesready! : and ,come, prepared'to. G'UNS.=A fewsi:;: ; gle azuTdouW hunt i

,11-If C more. than :$4,000 l lust .one's' friends -tln: '.t eY; we Signed I.:'BUTTS on the wrapper.! *_ ,. f> j ; prove their oases fully. flettlen on Unds.heretofore'unsurveyed ?- ,' superior quality, for sale by
upon sale/wholesale, and retail by'; will now have. .an'opporluiSty ;;9. Jp.ur.t .. A.iI1,SEED. 1
operations. tried. was asked, if most of Ms friends # VDe... .. ,
: ; T.0 HOLMlBBrfc 0 ...
... : C0.; to identify,their Jands.- >
ills LiFtUl8la. were, not- ",tried .already!. t' '- 'JackiioII,ill B h. >t'ftHt1GHRCB., T (;ONDt)1(.PQRTEP...,g IDzSCOTCB, $
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:- ctollgDOO'. ". gina to t. 'the, .assistance. .of. .Austria. ; J3 vln Alabama',the democracy ftre' corm n I ''by" ggisti; scroll. /tliro6g L oft 4'i.Y', h ..' "",'4fkQt. o(.tA Imuztarp J.J' For we Iy") ? .a-1,,?!L.1.

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; .. 7. Honorable THOMAS DOUGLAS, :Judge '0' = -Jf1jP L.'B.I' .. )'N,a ., ..""Sl. ., -,,1t"1.1'..L11- )'e,. 'usi'jonebeirnmedlater7 = = of. '1
Me State:ofjr 1/TESS3&HOLMES&: : CO., have removed 'j.. .J ..""" '':A' ; (t' began: ,to reaaiaaSl *
\fiht' Eastern Circuit of ., '
! .r I .\J lyl.'their;stock Pf 'Merchandize to thellarge No.'$ r4ir: ",... .tcct_ _.... .... :.N_._,,w'_ Y... -r- .. ..her.com:.... S !l*itaJenli" ; .,cS2f'j ';. .. ..1n
i jr- 'P/bito.,. building formerly occupied by:the United States, : WhiaI botdea ehjj resio&d.BeSn ,

: i Petitionof A.1CDL 1L C..YO.IOK' Atjorl :- :kndwn as ihe G ern ie'Building., They i1m1ii JtJOODiSQD'( ) ..:i LD1m case 1'thoizlt' might do g dtopS .r.r

1' TUB and Agent of the United States, forte :lave add d to their stock, by .the late.arrivals LATE;) LEE JtJDSON,)_ ,r., I She.used _snumb. er, :ofremcolei tf. .r.t..
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t purchase of certain lands, herein-ifter de- from New York a full assortment. of Ury Goods ' I tiil1II I. no,good.previous! ", .. l\ ..
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i- scribed, respectfully shows unto your Honor: Groceries, Hardware, Provisions! ,&c, &c., Occupy the Syac'FIVE8'1'ORYW.BE-'... -, _,_J JOmrMU. .!_ 87 of"0 4''t
CEDAR STREET tfo WHOUC t .
56
No.
; ?: That the United States desire to purchase, ac- which they are prepared to sell at reduced HOUSE, .1 : "'r. -A .
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; > quirehold, own, occupy ana possess, for.sites .prices. which is devotee to the.exhibition and.. tale. TO,. : 'nJELAbII tiJ.; :'. it

r f* on which to erect and maintain forts, mago- They are,now prepared. purchase Cottons, ot tIieSiE2e, 4rtitle of'CALICOES.: i l GEATFL'MALI ((

! sines, arsenals, dock.yar&s.anc! other needful Hides, andjptherproduce>> PHhe c 2. ntry! .at the, .P"R' :NTED ; Da.'TowssiwnV SABSArAuu EDlCiNi. .. ..:.:..:... fit

. r buildings, or ,some of them, the ,following de- 1 highest Market.rates, .and make'cash advanceson Stock consists .of:nearly Islid .ft
land sitiiai' their friends"in Savannah Their present speedyrcure for incipient lee
I icribed Iuds to wit: that tract of consignments : -
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t .
'tor the :
4h.eThoulnnd"Pnckaefit, :
se ted'on Amelia Island, in the,County of Nassau, and Charleston, or New Yorkl. ,general prostration oft 4ICit
THOUSANDS' of different COMPOUND.
*. Grant have article ( Wrought Iron Embracing some AN ENTIRELY VEGETABtE matter whether result
r in itid State, known as the McQueen They a new () ; ; ? Wlim ii&r
':.. North of Eagus Creek, bounded North, East Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call 'patterns and colorings,-'and comprising FOREIGN every and; THIS MEDICINE wnsprepared aregular or causes','produced by i*1'flu1arit1J in. srsac

and West by the waters-of river St. Mary's, and the attention of PlanterLJacksonville thing' desirable in the line, $ n,and.is the result of an extensive i accident. ; nr-t

: '. South by marsh of said creek and by lands oft Nov.. 6', .1846.. .I tf. DOMESTIC.. offered for sale for cashier ; .practice pf severaljears .in &tbilious I climate Nothing caD be more bSSfflrB-ttALvigoratingeffects
which
Batchelot,running North 70" Estfrom marsh -- All are WEi'l'PBICJS; Those who have used it themselves, or tn the .

t$ P:: on this boundary, containing 400 acres, more R. B. REID & CO. satisfactory credit, at the LO seen'its salutary "fleets upon others, need rio i sons all'weaknwis and lassitude,: Jrea tM1* .

1 or less. That tbe said lands are owned by the by thePIECE farther evidence of its great'value The health at;once become robust and full wSl1 ifi
*r deceased who reside 1/1ESRS. R. R. REID & CO. having leased OR PACKAGE. restored influence. It immediately eouwSI&n'ervelessuess / .-
; heirs of John McQueen, thousands has been i ,perfectly by1.this '
f lyl attached
* rt{ beyond the limits or the State of Florida, to the Wharfand the buildings with their, New .Styles re' received. ..aiiiost everyday '. ;medicine, :when, ,.all other:'.remediesjhavefailed. the\ emaleframe:1rifd *- 'tr

- *' wit: Eliza MacKay, Mary Anne Styles, and are now prepared in connection HARDWAREAND and mttny.9tthefll are'got.up for'our own sales, .Its operation !s.not simply to suspend great cause of borre ne* use

: .. Benjamin Styles, Willam MacKay, Ralph E. Elliot DRY GOOD, GROCERY ,and not to be found elsewhere. the disease for a time, but to purify the system It will not be expected 01111,':fD"- vf
ESTABLISHMENT
t .: and Margaret Elliot, William H. Styles. MISCELLANEOUS .n- 'Printed, lists. of prices! ,.corrected/frpm and restore it to sound and perfect health. deflate a D &u..t; exhibi r i: .

:; ;; and Eliza Styles, Catherine MacKay. Robert to do a GENERAL COMMISSION :day to day,:with every variation iri the market, A small Treatise on the <"causes, treatment performed but we can assure Ketflfe $

.tt t Ma.Kayand Sarah MacKay, Abram B. Fannin, BUSINESS.Their are placed intheha&iotbuy.. and cure of.fever and. ,ague and other diseases of hundreds. ,ofcaseshave been reported fa ..., C1f

: l :. McQueen McIntosh, Georgia McIntosh, FlorIda charges are 'established, by the Savang Merchants will be ,able to fbrmsome idea of ,.bilious Climates," may be had gratis of the un- I DL TOWltlJN: : My'irifebSf .. I-* ..

: .;tti Fannin and Jane Fannin, who is .mah rates. the extent and variety of our'assortment;when 'dersignedl: tressed by 'WeakneQandgenerj': deU'.' .ot

j j a'; minor, and John N. Lewis her gual.dan1jacob They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail we state, that the value of our usual stock'of Also, numerous certificates from' men of the suffering continually by >fo (
Jacob Read Jr James Steamers at this place, and are now enabledto at: least twice .the.value of. difficulties,and ha'ioJTknoirmedicine ,
,I Read, Sr., this ONE ARTICLE, is i highest respectability, testifying to the great _".. :
j Head and John R. Read, a minor,who resides offer ev(ry facility to the Merchant, Planter the entire stock of.dry goods ua\18Uy'kept by .efficacy ,of this medicine, can be seen on application << .has: effected 'gt'eat"Clft.rw.. AtI I

u1 in Savannah, Georgia, and whose guardian is and the Public generally. our' largest'wholesale j bberS. This fact' together I to hearing il !fQeV" t. '

? .. Mrs. William G. Read,who resides Baltimore, Goods consigned to their care will. be received with the.fact that;bur _means and our I'T.. C),. HOLMES & CO., described, I obtained a bottle ot,. t r.;
and forwarded with
:; Maryland, John Williamson, Julia Williamson, despatch. attention, instead of being divided among vast 'Jacksonville and Vicinity. ofSar aparilla' followed tiemt
McQueen. Your Their Store, Office and Warehouse are'situa of articles devoted wholly to Agents for me.plaints In a short 1tI -
are period
.i William McQueen, Anne pe. .variety ONE, Jacksonville Feb. 24 1849. 6m gave il rtan ndi ? dee
.1 titioner is informed and belieres that William ted convenient to the Wharf. will render the advantages which we cab,offer 1 and restored her to heslUu;' ;f T :

.: (:. McQueen resides in California, and that all the Palatka, St.John's River, E. F January 13, II. to dealers perfectly obvious ; :arid .it.,shall be '! DR..1 TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT crateful for the' benefits she 'recthtd'fuL

. ;, other heirs whose names are above set forth, 1849. ly .our care that' none who'visit our establishmentshall SAKSAPAK1LLA. 'pleasure in thus acknowledging it taatt -
: reside in the State Georgia except Mrs. William shall with dis4lPP l tm nt mending it to the public. > *

i. :. G.Read, as above stated., Your petitioner A. M. REED Our assortment' complete at all seasons of This Extract is put up vi quart, bottles. -it is M. D. MOORE, cor.of Grand & LdIi4 P..

; :4 further states that the United States and the HAS constantly on hand a well assorted 1 the )'ear. 'LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. six times cheaper pleasanter, and warranted superior Albany,Aug. 1844. .:.

i t owners of the said lands cannot contract or ofGroceries S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of to any sold. It cures diseases without TO MOTHERS.
AND MARRIED
r4
: sjgree. for the sale or purchase thereof. He Lord &'Lees and late senior partner of the original vomiting purging i sickening or debilitating the patient ThIs Etrac of araapari11ahuI fz...

: therefore prays that a venire may issue to the Provisions, DryGoods, firm of Lee & Brewster, from :which con ,and is pot'ticularlyadapted for a ly prepared in reference to te > Qei' .J:

: Sheriff or other proper officer of the Circuit Hardware Crockery &c. viz ; nection he withdrew some time ago,has resum- FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The No femaewho has nall'CWl
reason to "
, Court Nassau County, requiring him to summon ed business in connection with Messrs.Lee & great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla supple t& ,
t.critisal
Superfine Flour,in bbls and } bbls ; : all other remedies is it preaching period, "UieUiro fr .
: a competent jury to be and appear before Judson, and assures his friends that the new over : eradicates should ItJ5,
neglect to take it
Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers as it is a
; disease it ,
Honor Wednesday the 23d day of May shall have the in in"fjgorates'thebody
on concern same pre-eminence
your Pork F M Beef Pickled ventive for of the dloJt
Hnms Bacon
Tongues any DunjeioBS
: next at the Court House in the county of Niis.I Mackerel, Cod, sh .Salt Rice ; this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished consumption cured, diseases to which females &J *
' '.au, hear and finally determine the value of Lard ; the other two houses to which he be cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This are subject' USia tbin

:Ih9 said lands. And your petitioner further Goshen Butter, CheeseWiiite Bea.ns. longed. June 25, 1847. 2y, consumption can be cured, several period may be dth' 4'j1 -
Irish Potatoes : years by using this medic1 .
issue to bronochitis liver e ,lr i
: prays that an order may a competent consumption, complaint, -
less valuablefor'
... surveyor, authorizing and requiring him to Sperm Oil, Candles; manufacturers' Supply Store. colds, coughs, catarrh,_asthma, spit.tiugofbloods9renessinthe those who ate pprca .rlci
. thereof Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; womanipod, as it calculated to aniit In
the said lands,and to make a plot chest, '
Survey
. and report his proceedings to your Honor, on Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; OSCAli SCHENCK & CO., hec'tic flush, night sweats, difficult by quickening the blood aDd invigorkibtf"'U. :sa
Stuart's Refined Loaf Crushed and Indeed this
Pulverised system. medicine is ianTaalA'
or before Saturday the 19th day of May next. or profuse expectoration z.
I. And your petitioner further prays that after Sugar; No. 132 WA.TC& STREET, COKHS&: OF PINE, and painin all the diseases to which women are u1t::? :tlW

S. tILe legal notice has: been given to the said Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine WE! \\V-VOHKi the side,&c. It braces the whole )'ltem. r&Jhrpeft& <

owners, their legal representatives and guardi- ; DEALERS IK have and ently the natural energies:-}by rtacrattii
f. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and ChampagneWine impurities of the body-not
sofaritj&atf&}
;:. tlians, and after the value of said lauds have Cotton, Woolen, Silk and Carpet: Diana can becured. the "WtI
; system ns to produce a subsequeat'u.
. been ascertained in the manner prescribed by .
Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves &c. _. darer*' Arllclr, tion, which is the case of most zntdici t.lal
the statutes of Florida of 1845 and 1849, to thesatisfaction Probably their never was a'remedy that has a oe.IJ".
A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- AND MANUFACTTEEES OFWEAVERS' for female weakness and disease. .: : :
: ; of your Honor, .nd after survey been so successful in desperate cases of consumption : J '
'"'; thereofauly made under the direction of your Calicos, Uinghums, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta REEDS, HEDDLES, as this; it cleanses and strengthens the DISEASE OF THE HEART, IVI.- .

. .' Honor, that your Honor will order and decree Ribbons; system and appears to heal the ulcers on the TUBE AND DROPSY. .
BOBBINS SPOOLS &c.
. the said lands to be conveyed in due form to Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'd unbleach'dIrish lungs, and the patients gradually regain their Nsv TOM,JnJy.22-mt Sol J i'ti

. tho United States to be held, owned, and possessed Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; usual health and strength. DE., TOW SE J>-Dear Sir: Ky .wife lu .J>I
; by them for tho purposes aforesaid ;- Cambrics, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; Agents for the sale of the latest improved: been afflicted with a disease of tie bears,jti '
CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There
Hosiery, Hdkf'a, Gloves, Suspenders SHEARING AND NAPPING MACHINES with a terrible J'upture'fot oter fiuttCtei,
!.. and that a copy of this petition be published in ; is tc
some newspaper in this State for two months Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; WOOL PICKERS, CLOTH' WINDERS, scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time, feie, kartha 'C(

before the day appointed for the hearing. And Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, I REGULATORS: SATINET WARPS &c. number of cases Consumption rEport; d as troubled with shortness of breath aid aria, it. tiE
Dr.
I ,. 'cured by the use of Townsend7s Sarsaparilla. '
&a &c. &c of the
.. petitioner. in duty bound will ever tering heart, which cas been vtn'fo u
. ;. pray your, &c. C. C. YONGE Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel oiis.-Sperm, Lard and Olive-and Oil Soap. The' fullowing was.recently received: tresaing, and has frequently been,vaaueU ci

Att'y and Agent of the United States. and whale bone frames; March 17,1849. 2m 'DR. .TOWNSEND-DeaT' Sir: For the last leave her bed. The rupture was very .rn b-
.: Hardware Cutlery-Knives''Scissors, Razors; three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried ahnost every roned/

$:' :-Oa motion of C. C. Yong, Esquire, Attorney Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, In Justice's. Court. ..Columbia .debility' and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. Ifaes: t *,;
did
and not to health
. stage, expect ever gain
Tea my
,
Irays; had taken but three bottles of. txidlest
tad Agent of the said: United States, you
Collins Axes Hammers Hatchets Saws County Florida.Sam'l. at all. After'going through' a course of medicine medicine she relieved cnl 'cUI tit
It is hereby Ordered, That Joshua A. Coffee, ; wasCntfrely t

. I Esq., of Duval County, in the Mate aforesaid, Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Ket- S. Wester, V .. .ATTACU.1EfT. i!. under regular the care physicians of some and of the members most distinguished of the- of the heart, and the rupture laVal&eft'iBi. atTi:
tles &c.
&c.
'.. and he is hereby appointed to survey the ; vs. J Debt $40 tirely disappeared. i U fe'al
; Board of Health in New York and elsewhere
A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A She has also had the and
the Bond dropsy was.jujj
land in ,
tract of foregoing petition mentioned James C. Green. ) filed for 92
the
.. : Gooa Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. | and spending most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We. had roo idea that abs.i dt

; And it u further Ordered, That the said Josh.ua. Boots fy Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's THE Defendant and Jail (others interested to regain my health, and after read be so benefited, as she had such: eooipKeaaa: to;

, !. A. Coffee do make a true and correct Boots: and Shoes, of all kinds.A hereby notified of the commencement ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of diseases. But it has,as strange Ills say.ip
Esq.,
of this Butt returnable toaJustice's Courtto ved to try it. After using six bottles I found it ,
t. of the said tract of land together with variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery Medi : 'pear, relieved her of the drcpiy.; anttt&t
turvey be held Johnsville .for the Ninth Distri.. done me great good, and called to see you at
and the field notes thereof, and cines, &c.Jacksonville hat ibis state ir.ect is so strange as to'lppttf
1:. A that plat he return the proper said survey, plat and field ,April :;. 1848. ly of said county,oh'.the, first SaturJ..y in April, your office ; with,your advice 1 kept on, and do almost like fiction<< but it iSjteTertltJew, ibp oe:
...--- -- A. D. 1849, and to appear and plead to the mostheartily thank you foryour advice. I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla certainly iv*l.
the of the Circuit .a
netes to me undersigned, Judge -
in the and have
taking Sarsaparilla been
same. ,
CHARLES DEVVAAL uable medicine should be lied
t and ty'ever/
Court for the E istern Circuit of the State ,
; Given under my'haiLand seal this 20th able to attend to my usual labors Ion the last I
that :
beta. lfa
one suffering webate ; r
Florida at office in Jacksonville! in Du. as
.- my AUCTIONEER, .day of January. D. 849. four months, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this Account they are,..\ Uberty -1
val aforesaid in the State uf lill ,
County ores
J. JACKSONVILLE, E. F. OlIN W. .PRICE, {L.S.] and your Samparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocuhrdtmoutnticn. -
duly certified on or before Saturday the 19th
; SALES in of the Justice of the'Peace, helped me beyond the expectations of all that "
f5r attendedto Yours
J .day of May next. any part County ,r se uul1y, ""
and reapectully solicited. Jan. 27, 1849. 3mDurnl knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSEB t Ja14
.And it is farther Ordered, That the matter of :
I; f Jacksonville May 6,1848Bl'icks Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. J
J the said petition be set for hearing before me ..
County Tax Collector's Sole*. State ofNen, Jersey, Essex County, S-Chas.
. : the undersigned Judge as aforesaid at the DYSPEPSY. t
for I virtue of the vested in law Quimby being duly sworn according to law on
. Court House in Nassau County in the State Sale BY. power me by No:fluid or medidice has ever hem dlso1I' .
I have levied and shall for his oath tuith:: that the foregoing statement is
iRE SUBSCRIBER! upon ed which
expose the
aforesaid according to the of the said offers for sale hard so nearly resembles pstricict .ItC
prayer -1 sale before the Court-Uouse door in the.Town true: ,according the best of his knowledge and
petitioner, on Wednesday the 23d day of May bricks of the first quality, manufactured or.saliva in decomposing food aDd t'nit1eii :
. ;.J next, at one o'clock, p. ra. by himself in the vicinity Jacksonville, at of Jacksonville: on tHe first Monday in; June belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs digestion. II this pivparatIi. 't
. And it further Ordered, That a of the the low price of FIVE DOLLARS perthous9nd. next, ((1849) the following lands, or so much Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every d iOf ,

. r aid petition,and of this order, be published copy for They will be ready for delivery by the 1st day thereof will pay.the State Taxes due thereonfor the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, toweverseve or chronic. '*>'.. ot

, the period of two months before the aid 23d of May next. He assures those in want of the the year 1848, vi :- Justice of the Peace BANK DIFARTSIENT. AtBArT, May 10, i3.hit. .

. t day of May next, in "The News," a publicnewspaper article, that they will give as full satisfaction as 2.000 acres of Land: ,situated on Nassau: River TOWNSK>I>-Sir. 1 have been IIifOr II
printed and published at Jacksonville any imported at such great 'expense from the and Houston's.Creek, adjoining .lands of, John TWO CHILDREN SA YED. several years with dispepsia in its'iit I
.
'ft t .in Duval county aforesaid. North. Houston- particular .boundaries unknown- Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness of 'St01Dl 'J a ,

-,GIVEN, under my hand, at the City of Talla- : Also tiles, well brick, and Cornice brick, will purporting to belong to Sa dif rd. H lnisI not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsendsarsaparilia appetite, extreme heartburn, and a! i&& -r

. i "t lee, in the State aforesaid, this 2d day of I be furnished in any quantity desired.F. A.I'A. CANOVA, in.time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and foi ub '"
. : llarch A. D. 1849. A. BRILL. Tax Collector Duval County summer, while those that did not sickened anddie.d. (what :I could eat) I have been unable'to rt&> 0f

; .".', THO. DOUGLAS, Judge &c. !:'T Orders may be left at the store of Mr. Dec. 4th, 1848. Dec9-6m The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach., IXfleaP I

. March 10 1549. 2m Chas.: DeWaal, in Jacksonville. evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they'bad but liUl1i 'j
.z April 21. 1549. 5t. Admhilstr: 't r'S Notice. instance of its saving the lives of children: effect removing the complaint. I was ".

. Lnnl for Sale. ALL PERSONS indebted' to the estate of DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two months..inut.to try;o iEt#* I

MORE HOME TESTIMONY. George Church late of Duval county cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer and 1 littis ,
n FOR SALE, between nine and ten thouc.slUd Sarsaparilla, .roust fciy with f,= -
::. :.: acres of Land, situated in Nassau No. 48 Union Street,Boston, April 1'8, 1846. 'Fla.. deceased,'will .come 'forwarU-and.make immediate complaint and dysentery: : one was only 15 fidence I but :aft using nearly two bctkI ;
old 'i
months and
: County, partly near Nassau and partly near St.Mary's Mr. Seth W.Fowle-Sir: A sense of gratitudeto payment. Mid all persons whatever, the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored ana the-heIIII42 .'

; Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman you, and of duty to the public, ,prompts me having demands against the said estate, will very much reduced,and:we expected they would entirely removed, nnd I Would 1 eareMyft ..

; Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine to make the following statement, which, if of any render them in within two.ye.ira,. authenticated die; they were given up by two respectable jcommend the.use/of tp thou ,,!1o'Jbia". "

. land, conveniently situated upon water courses, service: to you, is entirely at your disposal. as 'the/law Directs, or th'is notice'.will -te' physicians. When the doctor informed us 'thatw afflicted as have. been Ycurs,
with the exception of about five hundred acres It may have the effect to induce some other sufferers pleaded ih'ar.of their recovery.LAWRENCE > ,must lose them, we resolved, to try your .: W.'w_ 'V ti! t1
to make a trial of RYAN, 'Adra'r; .Sarsaparilla;: we had heard so much; but had .hAei4
:. heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's your invaluable medicine N. B. Purcha J J1eb1it: Uch
.. River. The whole or any portion will be sold which I can truly say, has literally snatched Jacksonville, :Feb.24, 1849. :2mA : 'HUle! confidence,.there being' so much stuff:advertised I ers that hide the bottJe. com] ttJl u4utt (
that is worthless but I'
;
.! ;" heap for cash. Apply to me from the grave to which I was fast has : we are very .the written 8gnaiui"f!>>fST8W4SED.
; : WILLIAM HICKMAN. tening. Last July I was attacked by a sudden i dministrator's: :Nvt'ee.- thankful that we did, font undoubtedly saved Principal Office .t26S1ltozz.5tUflUi3f, ,
jilL Six MONTHS after date I shall the lives of,both. I write this that others ,
,. f Jacksonville, March 17,1849. tf cold, which resulted in a very severe cough apply to may N. :Y4RcthUugkco. gjfete-d Q5t5.Jtt.
1 ,- with violent pains in the side and chest. From: the Hon. Probate Judge of. Columbia county .induced: to use it. Yours, respectfully, '&:sons 132 North Secondflt.SHahce ..P ,

Notice. that time I began towaste away, notwithstand' for, Letters !ibf Dismission. Administrator on JOHN WILSON, Jr.yrt1eavenue : druggfst.Ballunbre I 'PnMRichinond ; "&:..... ,
; .
I ,.. ... THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the ing I was under the treatment skilful' phys- the Estate Henry: lefton, late of said county, Brooklyn, Sept.lS, 1847. ; 1T; 'fl.- Coh n; 'ChOleit a JJ i\.t I I

.Lllonse formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on icians. They prescribed for me in vain. J 'be- deceased. ;JOHN. CLEFTPN, Adm'r.. : !LUNATIC: ASYLUM. :& co.151L.bartres.st.1ew; Orsahi1I$1

: aBay'street, (known as Hart's old Boarding came 80 much reduced that my friends 0 frankly ,Jan. 27,,1849,. 6mTVTotice.Six. James Cummings,'Esq. one of the Assistants ,Pearl-st.iAlbany3: itJAu B I

t House.) and is now prepared to accommodate told me that I must die, and that I w 151iaible'' 'in theXunatic Aykram,BhiclcweU's lBJandisibe Market.:.and Broad 1.8..NeI tl\\! : i ,
i* *ny *ljo may see fit to patronize him, and as- do so at any hour: At this crisis, I heard of MONTHS after date, I shall; 'gentleman spoken of in the following letter: "principal Druggiststnrotighout'r and ,, ,-

' rores them that no pains will be spared to ensure Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, by way of 'a J. 1. present! my.accounts .vouchers as Administrator .". RHEUMATISM trDitfd StatheCan.das. )1m'n ..) i

K their comfort. A commodious stable is at neighbor whose life had been saved by it and : ;of the, Estate: of; Francis. :Richard, This is only'one o'f more than four< -thousandcases1 h ."' J

I! L Uched to the establishment, and e\"eryatten- immediately sent for a bottle. The effect'pro: late of Duval County, deceased, to .the' .Honorable of,rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla ,., Jack' Ii
; :t Jtea1 will be paid: to the horses of those travel duced was indeed wonderful. My physician JudgeofProbate of county, for a final i has .:cured-The 'most'severe' and February56,1S48.'ri 4 4 :: ; 'J1 ; ,t :)

;; i ."rs who may think proper to stop with him. one of the mo respectable in Boston, who had 8ett1etaent9i1d1Eotateaud shall,at the same I chronic' qases;are, weekly ,eradicated by.its exI .

\ f.. A. W. HUCHTONaeksonville previously told me that a cure was hopeless, time apply:.for,Letters 'Dismission as IUchAdmini8t I traordmary virtues :i,. i; :iD SAlQPi

: E. ?., Dec.2. 1848. tf came. in! and .I informed him what I had taken. or". pf which. all persons interested' -! i. .L !- 1D"Se.pt.i4i847... I ..- :

I and told him the good 'effects I had experien ;
I."eu'mntlonVunted He examined the Balsam, and ,told me to. con .: STE'jEN' D, JERNANDlIZ, Adm'r. terribly10r! nine:years'with; the rheumatism; ., 'BOWL1NG. ; AttttT. :t :
OF left EDWARD TIMMONS, Merchant, who tinue the use of it; since which time I have'continued ,January20,1849; J) ? ? : ... 8.1D considerable of-the time I could not eat, sleep ; f' f HE.Subscriber'j; : ,Ihu:'- arecenil 4uT # ;

Dublin about fifteen yeaw ago for to improve daily and the ", ;6r workI; ,had the most distressing pains andzny.limba t "
:New Orleans and ; same; physic-. "ORDIA"tS &c. Tllaraachiai.Curacao.: ndfitted up.asTa'ipalararKooniitie SI. -.
"."opposed to be at"present 1w who had 'given tenib1 . me up entirely were .have usedfourebottles '
told .
in F1ori1a. Full particulars on the ofJnquir1 I that mejt .SLAbsynf; he, Xemon Syrup_,;.]Msias'VCiUronCarrai } hparidtis premise's rbrfcfc :
subject I. !
fcw.d4)'s
since : Sawaparilla.and
of his letter mig .t'etlivernany y 'nJ : :. < < pf.yDur they have 'lied:byj Goivcrnmentv ard!ccnifcied;by:
to Ireland s.jPrJBserved .Sal-
last be Ifeel that lam I ( f ingerjFresh done than _
year can now recovered ( me more thousand dollars worth '
and ,
obtaI4j gai i iug .Lanetere bi5: j lti !r i
? ; ?
LobsierJnc
b1' d Sardines .
ausw9ing. this adv rtisemf'nt.Dy .- strength every day. MARY ROWE. mon es, 70UvesiCaim'CanaiikJJeUy ; df"o d.1 im'Z s6m chGbetter.*Indeed rJimtirelf.ln1ieYed1 ; ;
information : 3Iley1cpbnt4ment7 J
o1An
respecting him will be thankfully We can cheerfully testify to the truth BjtokBeriy.4;Jujube. e Yout are .at; liberty.to }
of the : "' usthisforb.eJenefit.of OJD' #
receit d v &c. 'Foif.iate. i and. t,1) eseDtJ.t1l"oDJliq
above statement Mrs. Rowe Paste Refinedlaquorice b1.:: : the, afflicted. .. "
i
: having been apTin- :- "llhihi 111'be 'to th bli "Q
r
t Cornuellor.at a LarD CflJ. DELANY, mate'of our family for'sbme'months'past.. I De49, ,. z.L" ,; ...,,1. ,&1'",. .... '.'MRiEJ... .: '.' ..). 2. Yours, respectfully", JAMES:CUMMINGS" ". ,hyIthrth6 23dOetbbr&agrtMublawL ttielJ ii as '4
69 Nassau ., v > >
-
b April 28 1849. NerD York. WILLIAM DENNET; I AdWtt..S. !s' V ieij" "': h.i 'COPLD"N07'-IWALK. : xpen&to.pfrheaibxrecQu .fr rt J !

4 we MARTHA DE. NEl'. I.., H 'V b isi Jtt"f Il .r.J ., f 1J .ct riA t'V fJiS iei ffS p il i .tJle'.. : ,.betniaa .ld.,.: i .

WM. s. Signal t. BUTTS: on: the wrapper.' ., ... .ptat.I ,, ry best remedy .for female complaints:there: : 1In%_ .n'oaraid f !
.
t LAWTON, For'sale, wholesale and retail by ;; I upovtt.1; : of David keihanion ,' f no deputing. r thousandsand"thousands of J jthfi' I..wn 'tal..f..kJLY ) t J
-"-J'&C''O& AND- c T. )1 J) uqtYj1 liY :JJ1pt! .h reb1. Wak d'afrbnita. 5
MMIS810N MERCHANT HOtME.'i""CQ (] :: d-feailcgHBatSrcmproi choice XlQUORS"and I1AVANA'8IGI Ift'JU1cbJaei '
I k--r. to those interested. All personsintanj e those \ ..
.
: Charleston J .Jacksonville: E: F. tratedby d1&tovwMclvfnlea'ejoyrnent.ofrobjst. act? tioii'fide: that 06 Hli1IItIOM ..
f
( S. C. indebted tosftid.tate.will'pleasejnakeiiqmeidiate
', AndbdrnggistUnited generally"throughout i the subject were. )) onjihjtbe, .toundwithfbhD t 'k;.iUte ,
(I .. "
1tm&z1CcES-El G.Jaudon J ''* ; payta'eat'to. ;!'Jl41'1 lprsnsJvg def 'health. '!w '- 4 k
> : )
;
State (' ( -4
I onTaieEF.; GOT. C.J. McDonald, Esq near, .Gi.JacY-"C.hrinan -... .. "I" ....'Ma'lfcMwBflr ... ...... ,.... > mand? ag5sai J\ estate. will present 'thempoperlytbtated ?? > *y >v* viftfs-iyt&i"s*,ti3'f!-}8.-11 JaclraonTilleOctLf$4; .;'..i"&'JOWl.__.'. ...+. ,,JJr. 1
;
; Esq Charleston, S. C./; lion F'H 'JJ'CDJB. T J lN( JING within the legal time .DR.TowwszNfle, r. iti' My1 wife'naif of .. ".

: BIflii relCnaleston,8.C. bi &Yl \ 'ortbey" wUbftlorever.harrcdhTviru'.... ; of this the lastyerbeenerya1ck,and'in-greatly! : t'lt AGUBLT BY.Ol'1'Bj:. I
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