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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: June 2, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fa -Iuemon-! T01earlathermerf which each-bf the,counties 'district* Shall'te : unless.'s(ner;removed by ,thpesdent r and- limits composingsaia territory it the time oes,maytsbtt toa e.'ic.o'OJ1lm h.;

icI pv-.IItnl1 be tltade. .f6r'beaore in.0t1fl entitled under this act.. :The number/of per who shall receive.the} ,same fees, and.salary ."as., : act'iaallgo:in-operation.' "TJ At zti ff : oftbis. act ".., ,,..,,: ,,, 7n ... .
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itT IT: All adc'trthemeet mult'be paid sons authorized to be fleeted having the,'high the attorney'of the'United'''States1 for"thb late "SficS itolAii fc|farther <*ftf'That all Jln..dt.v l Tt"H lctt. ha'an%A .;
J .I2tIk*. bv a re-Iar. cIIAtrJm r., By referingI est number of votes in each of said council districts Territory Wisconsin received. There shall tiees of the rpea econstsbleaherug4ij ;t >rSughtirtthesaid'dytrict liffj if .
)P ."e reqailtC sum .may b e.'aecertaned011b,4wghhe for,members. of the. co'tincil'is1 aU be declared alsb'be-tt-marshal*fo*th.;Territo appointed, other judicial and ministerial officers,rwho, fiklacartiatnre'shall; ijfllfcrotight inatdnrt .. :
I ,1.erma.. advertisemeflt by th> governor to- be-' dttlyt. 'electedto : who shallhold his office for four.yearsunles be in omc wHhinthe limits of aid', T .- D of;AieTdistiheretffef Ai r

iertrn't marked with the number. v the 'council; and -the person or per : 80 terririlov d. bV the Preside and who shall whenthisact:shall take'effect,':shall;'be,(; : < ?iT7TT'*"j1 L'1 ttere.. ..*":. .1"0T iI.non'f.'i! -. .10
r. rTA, .d will be continued until forbid sons authorized to be elected paving! the execute I all'process .tissuingffronv-the t ,i 4 they tar'h rebyuuthonled land required to 'to. .n" fie .d.1 .lr .
U a lsertlt"l1 required. 7 greatest number,of yotes for the.hotfse of representatives courts,' ,whenr.exercising, their, jurisdiction as tinue;to exercise:knd perform the duties-of ltH i; l\iiiiiff'mAtiitr' lU ) i::
I .charged for. equal to the'number townlcheach: -tHtcait i and' rictve tirts'ofthe UnltJEfd1 States] respective offices &'officers ot the'Territory. ;and sentitfupHctJ: 11 Fie'dollars will be charged for all announcei county'.: district'shall'be:entitled, shall be de he':'shall'perform''the duties, be,*q.bjec to.thje I1lnnest t8temporari1yaud until they,,or ;.on which;thq plaintiff'of[) i !

.. i of'CaAdida i s for office. dared by thegbvernbr'to b duly elected mem. same regulation, and penalties, and be entitled shall be duly<(appointed .and,: CIItqa.re, for S.X Month.. :' I $10. 00otce hers of the* house of representatives::.Provided to the same fees' as the'marshal of the districtcourt their p1 'intb: mannerhereindirected;'' of a' writ.sued out of ac'ourt of the proi _
.. ., Debtors and Creditors I : 7 00 That in case of a tie between two or more per- of.the':Uu ted-States for the I3t .Tert tot until their offices"*ha'll'be abolished. ofthe> tiaift at ttt \faiia'jtt&a : .
:. 10 for Letter Administration :5 00 sons voted for, the, governor shall order a new .., of Wisconsin ; and shall, in addition be paid 'it 8Ef.'t7.dfnd k itfurther'enacted, ,That : l1e exe uf d *ItId "t\1h1W bi tthe,1t It
I 'Anoie.ti! n election 'to the 'm ao such two hundred dollars annually 'of five thousand : ?ibIch/t1rilssued, shall eonstlUU .
I JiiAUreUgiMB'nftrices'will be inserted ghitui.Cu.U supply vacancy by ad a compensation sum dollars be, and the same .
tie. And the person thus elected to the legislative for extra services. I. hereby, appropriated;'out'of amy;moneys in ;,d bpr ceede1 J4<'iMyOlV W+MUy J'.f f'i\ '(
), ., assembly shall meet at such.place, and on SEC. 11. ,And beit further enacted That the treasury not o&henrise'tlppropriated, to" be fe ,,ui w b It',further enacted':T tu'shall 'J
4 lIT All eommanie4f must be addressed ui such day,, 'as the governor shall,appoint; but governor, secretary, chief Justice i atid associate pended by and under the direction of the 1f /the'clerk( of the district coonr/or ,

r.p' .AUG1isTIiS C. GlLtKTT. pottle, paid. thereafter, the time, place? and.manner of holding .just ceB'nnd., marshal, :shall,beinominated,;land, governor of the Tniitqry pf\Minnesota,,in' t of Iowa to appomrtfdepatyX at{felen 1
. .All admissftble persona' communications wil I conducting all elections byahe people by ani with the advice aud consefnt of the Senate purcliase.offt library be-kepfrcat:the seat ,'eri1ied-ftnoJJ', gteni1s'Qnh" ,
,. hecb&rged'tlaheru m n I and the apportioning the representation in the appointed by tho President't>f the United government;jfof'tnev use'of the* ,'! ami'ilfTbo, in his abtehcev may exercise all i iI'fi

't Aubi sfor'Job Printing, mast be paid on the s veralcounti e districts to the council and States. The governor and secretary,to.be Appointed lathre assembly;judgesofthe'supreme COU cial.powersof thesaidtlerk at thepacAitni )'I :1" -
; r .p house of representatives according to the population as aforesaid, shall, before they act as secretary/marshalf and attorney of aid' 'the'divi3rdn'oXtne'saik'distric 'fo,
: irrrjr of the wwk.'iflU'1'HO1llTY. shall he prescribed by law as well as such, respectively take'an4 oath'or affirmation, toryfand sneh-h&her. persons and; under ,hettay'hare beeii appointed- .'fl1i tl .f'I'
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}.. i the day of cothmericeme.nt' of the regular before the district judge,;:or somejustiocof the regulations as shall be prescribed by law: / fore he enters'on,the discharge of hit
I ., sessions of the'legislative assembly: Provided, peace. in the limits of said Territory, duly authorized :Soo: 1. J&td be further enactedThat" .shall sake th )for.tho.faitli-; 'i : "
.. I That no'one! session- shall exceed the term of to administer oaths and'affirmations'by the lands in.the Mid T.eiritoryshall 'fey \ his duties.u sucht., eputy.- .""N'

AVTfIt AND RESUMPTIONS sixty days. the laws now in force therein,or before the.chief under the direction oMhegovernment'of tliri1g herein, contained'shall be held'td
PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF SEC. :, And teti further enacted. That every ,justice or some associate justice of lie Supreme United States,preparatory to bringing the 8 .J elease1. m a said'clei ;fronilcgalresi s..'l
THE THIRTIETH CONGRESS. .. free white male inhabitant above the age of i Court the United States, support the?constitution into market, sections: numbered'sixteen' tl for actsperbdibhIsMidfdep. : Jh
: twenty-one years, who shall have been a resi Of the United States;'and faithfully to thirty-six in each township iU"Said ; behalf;of aaid clerk in the o.ia',1f

! (PUBLIC-No52.J] dent of said Territory at the time of the passageof I discharge the duties of their respective offices,; shall be, shall.be,'un&'the same are hereby. jT, :i'r'4't r :
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. Uf ACT to establish the territorial govern- this act, shall toe entitled to rote at the first which,said oaths, when'BO' kent shall be certified '- served for the purpose of being applied to 5. And'be zzfurtjzi'senaeo', 1ha't'tC'; :
J. ment of Minnesota. election, and shall be eligible to any office with- by the person by whom the same shall have in sa d'Tel'ritorYt and in the States'and tt r f.1 nd manhai drtho'dIatnieviSfIo- :;f)
. 1 Be it enacttd by the Senate and House of-Rep- in.the said Territory.; but the qualifications of been tak.n and such certificates shall,be recei- tories hereafter to be erected out of the sam respectively, perform the duties of Jia- t
" Datives oftb<-Uited States of America in Con- voters and holding office; at all 'subsequent ved and recorded by the said secretary among SEl:. 19. And be 'it further enacted,That :' o .an'dniarshal and' .forf.the .nOlf \tI
e ::aanmbled, That, from and after the pas. elections, shall be such as shall be prescribedby the executive'proceedings; 'and the justice porarily, and until''otherwise'provided by la ,I '.inid14e and..souther di isotisih f. itI,
. : C hgI of thrs act, all that part'of the territory of the legislative assembly:. Provided, That and associate justices, and ,all other civil, 'the governor of said. Territory may define ; Iowa fShJJ asvesfablishedby this' Vet j'an'd t' ,.1
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. the United States which lies within the following the'right suffrage and holding office shall officers in said territory,before they act as such,: judicial districts of said Territory, and : n hlFke1eiii office aVeach of
'limits, to wit: beginiog in the Mississippi be exercised only by citizens 'of the United shall take a like oath,or-affirmation, before the the judges who may be appointed :" '.where the sessions of the said district :
I'S sire at the point where the line'of forty-three States, and those who shall.,have de lared, on said governor or secretary, or some judge or Territory to he 'feral'districtj, and alsor : ; eetfd tq bei held, anti bis! charges ;i
..jerteesand; thirty minutes of north latitude oithJ intention become such, and shall have justice of ,the peace of the Territory, who may : point the 'times and places for holding inthpexecutionfthc duties of his of: ,.II
thiii the s ia.disiifcl'ahMne4t
, ,crosses the same thence running due weston taken: an oath to support the constitution of the be'duly commissioned and qualifi d"which said I in the several counties or .subdivisions in : ?i ft.
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. said line which is the northern boundary of United States and the provisions of this act. oath or affirmation shall be certified.aud transmitted of sai(judicial distrrctSjby proclamation to be l <5ityofrowa. .. fit
i the State of Iowa, to the northwest corner of the SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That. the by the person takingthe Samet' 'the secretary ,sued' by him:. but, the legislative assembly L' .- And'be itfurfher fnacte'dThatdilid ; ,
aid State of Iowa thence southerly along the legislative power of the Territory shall extendto to be by him recorded as aforesaid j.and afterwards their fli'St'or any subsequent session; >'mDY I to the ordinary jurisdiction and jpowers :fll
. ; western boundary of said State to the point all rightful subjects of legislation, consistent the like oath .or affirmation shall ,betaken ganize: alter, or modify' such judicial tr t. court of the Uuijed: States, nwiUi) O'
) ; there said boundary strikes the Missouri riv- with,the constitution of the United States and certified, and recorded, in'such manner and assign the judges, and alter the times :the district! court'ofToaha'beeiiines- ::
.. t -er. enet lip the middle of the main channel'of the provisions 'of this act; but no law shall be and form as may be prescribed law., The places holding the courts, as to.them ;be; arid is hereby, invested'withinr'thiB' .r"
. I .thi Missouri river to the mouth of the Wbifeeirtk passed interfering with the primary disposal of governor shall.receive an annual, salary of fifteen seem proper and convenient.SEC. of said district, 'with'the't ex'ercise-btttJn- : J3
1 : river, thence up the middle of the main the,soil ; no tax shall be imposed upon the property hundred dollars as governor,and one thou- 20. And he further enacted, That I jurisdiction and poweriual1cIti1aiies;
channel of tlw Whitcearth river to the boundary of the United.States ; 'nor:hall the landsor sand 'dollars as superintendent'of affairs. bill which shall or may pass the council s [ &d/b'y'the circuit courts of the Uni- t'lb
I line between the possessions of the United other property of non-residents be taxed The chief, justice and associate justices shall house of representatives shall, before be !! ;' and! LlD al.es where said '. ,
I f Stotcsaad Great Britain.; thence east and south higher than the lands or other property of res- each receive an annual salary of eighteen'hu 'a law, be presented to be governor of the Terntory : shall exercfse'ifiuchJjurisUictionvwrits6f' t; *|:
of east along the boundary line 'between the idents. All the laws passed by' the legislative dred dollars. The secretary shall receive, an ; if he approve, he shall sign'it; but if and appeals shalFbe 'allowed and taken i; $1
. .possessions of the United states rind Great BrK assembly and governor shall be submitted to the annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars. ,he shall return it, with his objections to'- :: ,orders,.'OR.decrees .of said *.>!
d tian to lake Superior; thence in a straight lineto Congress of the United States, and if disapproved The said salaries shall be paid quarter-yearly, house in which it originated ; which shall' : to t he.Supreme XJoutt of the United Sta- *>'|!|
, the northernmost point of the State of Wis- shall be null and of no effect. at the treasury of the United States. :Thetaetu- I the objections to be entered at large upon i. the'same niahner and upon' the sama 0n- ftg
cottsiu in lake Superior: thence along the western SEC. 7. And be 'it further ,enacted, That all bers of the legislative assembly shall be entitledto journal, and proceed to reconsidor'it.itaft i. as appeals: :' may be taken from the' cfri' -* .
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. boundary line of said State of Wisconsin township, district and county officers, not herein receive three dollars each per day 'during such reconsideration, two-thirds of that : , ;; to tie Mississippi river; thence down the main otherwise provided, shall be appointed or their attendance at the sessions thereof, and shall agree to pass the' bill, it shall be. : 7i;And be it-further eaaetet t That all acti f;:

> channel of said river to the place of beginning, elected, as the case may be, in'wich manner as three dollars each fdr,every twenty miles travelin together with objectknsVto the'other !'oft acts inconsistent prith,,the provut- f :C t

.. i ,and the same b-hereby, erected into a temporary shall be provided by t ue governor who shall Bom- going and returning from the said'sessions, by which it shall also] reconsidered d, 'and' this,,act- ,be, an<|.j-k the same*> ';* 4'e.herebyr.,, "_JA ; *1; fc.1 S,
. t government by the name of the territory anl the advice and' of the I; *.
nateandby : with consent estim according to nearest' l1YI tra- approved.by two-thirds of that.house; it ; .1 '; sri .
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J I of Minnesota: Protithil, That nothing in the legislative council, appoint all'officers .not velled route. There shall be appropriated, annually become a law ;: but in all such cases ,the C. WIN HROPJ ? :aj
, I this tot contained shall be constructed to inhibi icreiu,otherwise provided for; and in the'rst the,snm of one thousand dollars, to beexpenJed of both houses shall '00 determinedoby: ,. th6 House of BepresentativtsV 'w@a:
> I the government of the United States from-dit instance the government alone may'appoint all by'the governor to defray th'> contin- 'and nays; and the names of the persons G. -oJ. DALLAS ,-; i>, u rift ifi|
t Tiding'SdidTemtory iuto two or more territories, said officers, 'who shall hold their offices eatil gent expenses of the Territory; and.there shall for and gnin8theBill shall be entered on .to'r' President of the United States and t. i'.
President of the Sehatfe -"
. (a such manner and at such times as Congress he end of the next session of the legislative AS- also be appropriated,'annually,a sufficient sum: journal of ach house.respectively: If any -"l "HiJ f
March 3 1849. 'ii
I shall deem convenient and proper, orfrom attacbing sembly.SEC. to be expended by the secretory of the.Territory shall not be returned by the 'governor,' ovn ,r; .

! aty portion of said Territory to any 8. And be it further'' enacted, That no ,and upon an estimate to be made by the.secretary within three days (Sundays'excepteUafter) ; JAMES_ K. POLKf.1. !
1. 'Other State or Territory of the United States. member the legislative assembly shall holdor of the Territory the United Slates,'to shall have been presented to him, the same r T f '_ L |- -||i m *j.';, "! :i!
:Sue. 4. And be it.ftirtlter enacted, That the be appointed to any office which shall have 'defray the expenses legislative assembly be a law, in like'manner fl's if he had signed '. Appeal .to)i the People o!f ; i
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.. I.k Executive power and authority in And over said been created, or the salary 'or emoluments of the printing of the laws and, other ,incidental unless the legislative ass mb1yby miu! t!. .' .1? J.
.- I Territory Minesota shall be vested in a gov which e&ull have been increased while he was expenses; and'the secretary of the Territory prevent it ; in which case it shall not become find in one of the Washington |j II j:
ruor, who shall hold lila office for four years a member, during tke term for which he was shall annually account to the Secretary of the law.
- and until &k successor shall be apoointed and elected, and for one year after the expiration of Treasury of the United States for the mannerin Approved March 3, 1840.PrsLicNo.. an address from,Senator:Benton. j )

r l qualified dent unless sooner removed by the Presi such term ; and no person holding a commission which the aforesaid sum shall have been ex constituents, in which he saysrf 5.1
T [ of the Ul1itelSlates. The governor ehall : .
or appointment under the United States, pended.SEC. [ 55.J]
reside witMn said General our'tnt $
l in-chief .rl tory, shall be commander except postmasters, shall be a member of the 12. And he further enacted, That the inhabitants AN ACT to amend the act entitled "An act Assembly ; 1S
f[ 4he duties and of the receive militia thereof shall perform .egislative assembly, or shall hold any office un of the said Territory shall'entitled plemental to th'e act for the admission of late session, adopted certain reso- 3 e
Indian the emoluments of superintendent derthe government of said Territory to all the rights, privileges, and immunities States'of IOWA and Florida into the Union.) 'on, the .subject of slavery'an'd 111
don for offenses affairs; he may grant par- Skc.!; 9. And be further enacted, That the judicial heretofore.granted and secured to the Territory Betii enacted by ihe Senate and House of me' .i instructions' to obey them' ; .1 .
against the laws of said Territory power of said Territory shall be vested in 4of Wisconsin and to its inhabitants;; aml'thc resentativesoj"the'"United' States of America ;
and this! command i
reprieves foreffences against the laws a supreme court, district courts,probate courts, laws in force in the Territory Wisconsin und Congress ass' ll !; h&.t, for the purpose of appeal tp'the'jpeo- ;f
4t 'I" of the United States until the decision of the and in justices of the peace. The supreme at the date of the admission of the State of Wisconsin ing all. issues; of fact, .triabl .by a jury in Missouri-thfe Whole boay' the <
to. T fraident can be made known thereon; he shall court shall consist of a chief justice and two as shall continue to'be valid and operative I distni t' ourt1 of the United States for the ,'and if .theycohfirni't&einstruV "

.., ; commission nil officers who shall be appointed sociate justices, any two of whom shall constitute therein, so far,as the same be not incompatiblewith trict of Iowa, as :established bythe: act ent I: shall give tbemanopportuniiy:; : j' a
to office under the l.iws of the said (
Territory, and who shall hold term at the of this
a act
,- a quorum, provisions subject; never "An act supplemental! to the act for the a Senator to will'm-
I Ii and skull take care that the laws be faithfully the seat of government of said territory annual theless, to be altered, modified, or repealed, by sion of the States"of Iowa and Florida into 'arry.h:7r: I--JB

f' executed.frc. ly. and they shall hold their offices during the the governor and legislative .assembly of the Union," .approved the third March, eight ?t'-I as i cannot: do, ,anyth'irigrtcj. 1
3. Ad bet further enacted, That there period of four years. The said Territory shall said Territory of Minnesota ; and the laws of hundred and fGrty- ve; the said.district e,this Union of to array one hklf 't,
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, hall be a secretary of said Territory, who shall be divided into three judicial districts, and a the United States are hereby extended r and be separated into three divisions,' follows against the other. J|: &
. i t' tide therein, and hold his office for four years district court shall bc'helel in e.'lch'of said dis declared to be in force in said Territory, so far wit : All that part of said district lying! dp not admit dissolution' of tue 1 I
, ; wlea sooner removed by the President of the tricts by' one of 'the justices of the supreme as the same,,or any provision thereof, may. be'! the' Dubuque land district; as altered by: be '
,, J I taitad States; he shall record and preserve all court,'at such times and places as'may be prescribed applicable. : ."Act establish the additional land district ,to a remedy' td pres'criDed'
. r Ac laws and proceedings of the legislative asnobly by law ; and the said judges shall, after SEC. 13. And be further enacted, That the legislative I' Iowa," approved'eighth'August, eighteen tesmeu j for the disise'ofttie'bu i C
, hereinafter c nstituted, and all the acts their appointments,reside in the districts.whichfih.Jl.be assembly of the Territory of Minnesota dred and forty six, shall constitute the lii .,.any more'than. :;Taclrnit' I t
ul proceedings of the in his execute jurisdiction of the shallhold'its first session at Saint Paul and at I ,
governor
assigned'them. ? ern division and a regular terra of s. : ,to.be a remedy, to be
department; be shall transmit one copy of several courts herein provided for, both appellate said first :Cession the governor and legislative fcr said 'division!lnll. be held annually at I for i 'pre j
4tUri nad one copy of the executive proceed- and original,and that of the probate courts assembly shall locate and establish temporary buque,.to, commence. the first Monday in .physicians! ,t.h : ef ls' J'
" tap OQ.QT before tbe first day of December in4thye.ir and.( justices of the peace, shall be as l limitedby seat of government For Said'Territory at such uary ;;all that part of said district'lying ralbCdy. 'C'ureid. h t .1
,to the ln.Jdentofthe United States, lw: Provided, ,That thejustices of the peace place as they may deem eligible ; and'shall, at' the lowajand 1 'district, established by only remedy which: my 1 i
itta,at the same time, two copies of the laws'to shall have jurisdiction of any matter in controversy such time as they shall, lee proper, prescribe "Act to establish'an additional &' district mpl te .lD. either c as ."' '' *
the Speaker of(the House of Representatives.JA vhen the title or boundaries 'ofland may by law the manner of locating the permanent' Iowa," approved eighth August, eighteen : : V f* J fll
1 President of the Senate; for the use'ofwjrea. be'dispute, or when the debtor sum claimed seat government of said Territory by a vote dred and forty-six shall constitute the,' I .thengoef. on to as }

And in case of the death, removal shall exceed one hundred dollars; and the said of the people. And'the sum' of twenty thousani' division and a ,yegul r' term of 'said court ; of \r. Calhoun, and all. he't| ;>g
& or necessary absence of the gOYern- supreme and district courts, respectively, shall dollars, out of any money in the treasury: not this division shall be held annually at Iowa- 4
I: 5 f1om the Territory, the.secretary.shall be, ,possess chancery. well as.common law juris otherwise appropriated, is hereby appropriatedand ty, to commence on the first,Monday in the Southern Address; a
'ttite, 4s hereby, authorized and required to diction. Each district court, or the judge thereof granted to said:Territory Minnesota. to ber, find the residue of the"State of Iowa h' 'design td dissblve, t i -
.: = ad perform all the powers and duties shall appoint its''clerk, who shall also be the be applied, by the governor and .legislative assembly constitute tho Southern wvisiiu /and"a referV '
I[ 2heg ernor during such vacancy' necesary ,register. chancery, and shall keep his office to the erection of suitable public" buil- term of said court for this divisin shall be States, : '';,i: and' J8t ,' tl- j .

f Ib3lnct5or until another governor shall be. du- at the place where the, court, may, be held- dings at'the,seat of government. annually ,at Burlington, to 'comm.ence. on 41D'p ?.m t\ccomad.cojutntyjv '
!r *ppouited to fill such vacancy: Writs of,error rbills of exception ,and appeals, SEC 14.,And beit furtherenacted) That a delegate first Monday in June; and should'thfe'judge
..4. ld be it further; enacted, That the shall be 'allowed in all casfcs from the final decisiOnS to the House Representatives of the U the said district'co rt fail to attend'at.tbe' as shodowing.r.forlUin/'their' tl '

,v power and"authority of said Territo- of said district 'courts to the supreme States-to serve for the term of two erg may and place of holding any'one Drthe'r tul 'ns, these 'mteiitions,1: :Avhitl/

t. TI th\11\t vested in the governor and'a legis. court, W1d such--regulations as ,may be prescribed be elected by the voters qualified to elect mem' terms the.court, for,either_ptf thesaid; ifidbYsH' 'h1ich: 't
, J&tiI.eInI4y. The'legislative assembly'shall but in removed to the supreme -. bers of the legislative who :shall be werefuirf. 4bJ :
casi : by-Jaw,- no case assembly, ,ions of.the .aforesaid, district.before .tho. ,.:' ,1, t thUI h'11t 8 I.
d& council aud houao of reprcseutaVil court shall trial .by"jury be allowed in entitled te the same rights and privileges as are of the fourth day' any"such' term, th'e) E. nnulrer. t 1,.
,ne shall consist of nine itemhT1gthe -, ,said'court.' The supreme'court, or.the justices exercised and enjoyed by the delegates from' 'siness! pending !ifi such 'court, '' consider: the: .\" oJ" 8. It r
1iAutiol' r. t shall clerk and 'the'scvEral oth rTerritories of theUniteli ; > ;address-adtfsj Col; p .
i qu 1sas here-- thereof, iappoint'its own every States / djoumned.to'the next' regular term ?th ri : -t- '
'kpr cribed, whose'term faerioeghatl: clerk'shall bold his{office at-the pleasure the 10'the'said House btlCepr eni tives.' ;tTho first f : 50f: Provided..jThatiwhenever; the judge of s !,) ? qd o[ n-ingf l .,:}-- I 1

, {' J 4es wwi two years. Th$ house representa- court for,which he, hali have, been appointed. election shall,beheld, at such times and,p'aces, court, from any cause shalti'aul tojhold; tiQJ : ul J1 pIYIJlODg\ j .
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( ""at its first session, consist of eighteen Writs of error and Appeals from the final decisions and be conducted such mann' as the governor -' 'Lit.term, 'of said court for eithei': ots d' : J tho \ \ ql "I'p h. Pl: 'the, !I 1
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I[ tii1r posseuing the same qualififeations as 'of,said supreme court shall be allowed and shall appoint and direct;',and at all subsequent ions, it hlVb /'his duty, if1 in'his.opinion, ,resol t l jghtand t if i
u (on s are
1' Ibed .for members of the council, and ;inay be taken totb6! Supreme'Court ofthe'Umtoo elections,, the,times, places,:and, ,manner 'business in'said" court shall require; to hold jap ,$ $ f A.
hrIaIafeer,1e&shhlt continue.one'year 'Stated;in the same,manner and under the of holding the elections shall be prescribedby intermediate term of said court"at such time 1d,' bo, iinaie<4iaiely! a jitat( d by g

: ber of councillors and .representatives same.'regnlationsas'fromthe. circuit courts of law. The person'having the greatest uum-, ,he shall,.by bis order, under.his hand,and {reJfql J 9 JP.J \ JrJo uI pro ;
1.beincrease41! by the legislative :assembly} the United,Stateswhere the value of the property ber of votes shall be declared,by.the, governor direct, addressed to the ,clerkand, them]tOenable,the, pppeoIIis- j > i
: time to time, in proportion to the increaseProvided or,the amount in controversy, to be ascertained to be duly 'elected,and 'a certificate'thereofshall :said' court; at least thirty;days'previous' to .\ hjck their .Nie.
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\ ,tpputatlen: 'That the'whole litinisever by. the bath or affirmation of ither pai. be given accordingly. 'commencement of said term,:and'to-be'p' would
exceed1 fifteen 'councillors and tyor1btht mpetent witritess,' ,shall exceed. Sec. l ...An4 be it further enacted.' That, all I ed,in the several newspapers published in tur 1 )commi0theftaIe! ; :t :.
,i .aJ'tpresenta.ti" s. apportionment one thousand dollars; and each of the said district suits, process,and proceedinges;civil and crimir bpjundd of:caid division and {district the hat ,it.jsahey ;l Iuivc.instructed! inu 1;

!r as nearly as,'practicable, ..amongcounties : courts shall.have and exercise the same jurisdiction nal,'at law and in chancery,'and all indictments length of time; and at nny:nnLl\all: ,5uchi .r 1 '\ .1 :r HJrr ml ;]1 I
:. l..4etentl 'or distnc for the .elec- : in aU'cases arising under the,constition and informations, which shall be pending'anil' mediate terms| the'Susiness;'of any uch"co appeal Jrothese,instructicms tl '
Jj j. efUri council rep'resWttftives, giving 'and laws of'the United'States, 'as is vested undetermined in the courts of the rritory'' of 6f'bvery.natdr 'and 'descnption":wli'itsov fUss he wVole.Jbrody ;
tltCtionlrtbe' Terrifory 'representationof iri'the circuit tod'tiistrict*"courts of'the United Wisconsin, within the limits aidiTerritory, ,shall'havo reference to, "andib 'proceeded i egpl '. onrT' t I' r.

JII csItio. its population,'Indians excepted, Stated;ondf the.first sir.days of every term of of Minnesota'when., he,act shall :takeleffect,. In the same manner as if the some were a: ,people} aod in.due iiine .will!, give : ;
, 'ttll1 'lAa..J.be. And the member of the said,courts, o* so much.thereof as shall be; net shall be, :transferred i to be heard, tried, prosecuted lar.term'pfthe s:i<' .urt. Andal euch u for doing.so.j.: }It-tva;; Ques :
t hllehouseofrelresentcl.tiytS shall, I cessary.. shall be ,.appropriated to;the ,trial of nnJ determiheil in the distri courts'' of 'fact' shall'be tried'a t aTlerjmi of said' CQurt : o ep IYjj\n gge..lvtn,r\YhoIe J :
[ ..i4 id be inhabitants of;the'district r oiuses arising under :the.said constitution* hereby established,which may include the counties bo held!it ththvsimrwhere t such 1rlt'sho P.it"tl ( .ej1.A.. : ,. ;;
, ,I; : erma7'be eJectM'respective ; Prei laws "and wnits6f'errfr'ahdappialin all sucht 'or'districtswhere any stichMprcbeedings :herertftcr-b6 commended ilf aecordande with pgUb9. "
to the 8'shall court of said. be .All i i .gl1H9.1 f, pr \.t.tP.pl pre- F; .I'
first election, the' governor shall be made to thetupreme may pending./ bondsrognizans and :third section ofthi,ct Bu$tJ1othingh ; ;
cenitzs or i enumeration :of the.;Inhabit, .Terrxtoryf'theawne as in#her cases,;;,(Thesaid, ;oligaions4 qcryJcind('batioeer' yathi uujder. contained shall prevent jthes !iddisjritt>coir : j jr.Q Y f f' d haJ)4? i.IeLalne. a : ::

:. 'tSfthe ter exal Bounties and districts of the. clerk(shall.receive,.in.ali: such Ceases,.the same; ,thIs act; anc\ all' .iinep'd'misd th4ansgahittb )b'y genert"iule.l ,from 'regiilati .thQ ,p ; ld ;.Jh. .4q I f@ nJ C1Vhole .:
;1& **' *clerks of the 'district courts of 'lMvs fn(of el iihin fwd 1i Its niy' 'lrifitlbris' elth Ifaw 'in"
: b takftn"arid :.the first, el'ectipn few which the transltpry rm, pij J.n !!} J S d' I
= held'at'sucla tinieiindi1- 'ilndl b'-' 'inflate1 Wisconiin'TerriWry'received for simi be pros cut tried,and punished'ih'th'e'courts'' iind'from,changiog thesanielfor a good ius i .I ., vi : ,i
; ; established by this act and. *"!"**"'** :* *** "" t1 .l ; '' 'fir .it'iu; ral M
all 'bel.
'l&'o4DtJ.ed lP.weh: lD uei" hC 1p'er r'J Ur Services: w.; ; : penalties; for: owU" la vsn : nip 4 Clay .dec1mes d candi;
iot tad:direct;, Ahi,he shallp at the SEC. 10. And be itfarther.enacted $ht there feitures, actions .andUcaus'esof 1ction,)maY4.be. II \$kc.-2.* .-Aaditeii" .- e' ,},T \ .,', seat the' rli'J. being L!JH1 :'}
titae1.d 1are iurnber .t PJ n.f ,shall,bo.appointed p..Ielfp'r icl Tei'nitp.; recoyerM Binder this' act, tie) samew they'would'been ,.su : ow pe 4.1, g In he f1f dietiict gctirt W .M : an l'cHi )' .onsututiont/HJIIJU f,Cou: ',r'
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;:;i. ., .f.. ITli., '> tiots la.:New'' York_, .. ;:who have openly + nr.'in. t ;1 Ti1LE: Nti .w S t7 :,'political creed,'save haUwhich...spi ings, !: !;adirecllyifrom the. g rjpg aaa ah. aqfDil0\
.Iii oaf >E: W" 3 thetconatitution and the. ;tens luJl .
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ofrepressionwillbe --- in :
:j We., _hare, hitherto_: forborne to make are and PUD1Sbii'WU $ .- ,... "or,""i'. 1fi.J:; i- -c-:c lest dD d"*wiffamoiintSinierests! of the ;whie4wili. .. ,doubtl ,,,.' I

c YS t'a y comments upon the recent. scenes ::0 life-long ostlracisrrf thatWyeij 3::J r ;wantmend tARi1 .ichUjiey,,solemnly de 'The heavYgsansg and prove aha satlsi r ....
1 p 3 enacted tti.the of Neil i :;hence no man who cnn1afely deny it, >l\in'f'r. ,
York notbecause.we -
,; city will be found acknowledging that he .,-- If:'elected_ to the presidentialoffice.it itwo extensive. .lnetc bent mill' I.
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: we're '
(: ) did not. feel that they '
J.
drew his sword for public order, for must 'be ,without, any' agency Jilt Loleman.and..John. Cua
:: 1 last but be-
$ in
; J cause disgraceful preferred tfye to await degree the, termination" the preservation of property, and the of my own,'J(Iv11l be at variance, ;with :have- .also. ,.been ',cast- ,atwhich .;thls i .:foa.
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and .
tothose' demonstrates .
cherished )
aspirations that
: \ + f'thmbet, ore"we,said y.thm g protection of a peaceful assembly, on .JUNE t849.tJACKSONVILLE | mymost untrammelled j .itsary uari.;. ,
( duties I byparty citizens
must- for '
of the TENTH go of Georgia
t the memorable night
ofF
:
of the which led their .
,
,i to
causes, -
perpe ,
a : MAY. 'i"t 'App pti i ieuts by Mlier President. :*pledges.) of. .,every_ character.-; yond our own state for such fRGd'.lc.
i i P tration. These we regard as ,
cause : .. : ,,, .be Receiver. (. tcrt .Ja 4ll f "When 'Xerxes
i .tt much and <* GEORGff'H; SmrH, to .o : Jl_ ,I': saw iorne, ;i:1.
:'. ; : being than deeper more the profound'riotersactually The Whip of Georgia- I the L and_ ;Office, at Newnansville, Fla. p. :"Lneed.hardly: ] ,add:. ,',,,that. I,caqnot.in soldiers breafastingion black :
' : any sympathy which We never for a moment supposed thattthe removed, j an.y.:case,*:permit ro.Y selfttobP. .,brought is said to have admitted the i Ie
. t.1' % felt Mr. Forrest vice JoHfr.PAnsoNs,; ; -
the
for Chronicle
: : or any Augusta represented feelings or : ol
of
before be attempting
; 'y;t ,,: ..piteagainst Mr. Macready, because the sentiments of any considerable class of "* j,_ .-.,. f"Acknowledging 'p eop-: exclusively: by any to subjugate". suchPeresi fa

; his countrymen failed to assign to the Southern citizens of any political complexion, :. the_ Corn.9'. the- political parties.that- ii \v'so" < unfortunately the.rA an, "yoke.. _, \VhetJ'we"_i
or that its blind devotion to. party would findan ""' : ,.divid' the ,cauntrY' as their engines of twenty horse"t ,l
: ",,L! ti: former. rank in his profession which echo in the bosoms of the staunch and,sturdy With ,de g Tee of candor, not met cndidate this office.' "':'-Later to,' FiI constructed, ., .in. .Georgul'g'ea': .... *!
i
}i he had in his own heart assigned to of We ,to find that ,we > : rlng".i
' : sons Georgia. rejoice with every day among the brethren,our : Y and_ the ,nameof 1
!1'} :.. himself. This riot does not stand as a were right; for the editor of the RepublicJ him- Si"I thearchitecten t
: .; ;;ti solitary instance of disorder s el fa strong Whig,and agentlemanwhose state neihb.orof the Republican confesses. 'I will no't 'be the- candidate'any upon it in a style that' will vie wft .

)!.a f.: the people bf the North. It is among rather mentsmay be implicitly refied on, (makes .this that the. Mandarin Resolutions. told the party"or..: clique.f and. ,,should" the:nation skill.. ofc Northern .. u .
distinct declaration in his last .
paper: \ .seek chair( all of being able tii/jSffi
to hope
at large place me lathe :, up )
; : a strikingsp.eci en of a spirit which ,"Wkigs are certainly not playing wise to us truth, when; they l asserted, uihnf. Gen, ;
a ; the chief the of all
;-t; Ii: :. has before given many other, though to our face and in their letters. For.the last eral Taylor had permitted himself to magistracy, good ; d say any thing to makeanyfftSS, J
, and the'nattonal aod'would be 0 thingwhichCanjeynd&
six months we have conversed with but few parties any :
: less of its
.:;. perhaps its imposing proofs which Whigs who did not utterly Condemn the course of be .made the tool,of.a desperate;arid. :unprincipled ; my great' and, ,absorbing"aim.. ".:-'Letter intercourse with the Northern StiW?
vitality and strength-a spirit Ire Chronicle on this slavery question., It is vital, "!,; After : > i* object State
.quotinghe a !
i. party to a citizenioj.Liznsing; urg. ? which prodMS5!
' and seldom theoretically
practically, not even and unless skirts cleared l
our .are our position I
.: words.ot the Editor "If everI fill that high.office, it.,must mechanics and such
::w denies the authority of fundamental brightly* warmly Southern, .we are gone?' the Resolutions, sawmills. t
!' No: w'e know,the' of Georgia too well be untrammelled'with party obligations ,
people
: l it laws, and seeks to resolve all with much simplicity, .and after drawing -
. -from residence among.them-to doubt their or interests_ ,of any kind, and under none Latest from .rOpe
unrestrained '
tt 'r government into the un i I high sense of honor,sagacity and spirit.. Neith .a long sigh, says;-"Alas f. to some but those ,which the_ constitution' and ;
: ; ) : limited of that and unde EN.GLISH PARUAASrr
power vague er plausible politicians nor partisan can ;
presses :
it would For the noble
. extent seem so. interests .
the
I of the'nation"at.large
,f".r finable thing, called a majority ,And divert them'from the true path bypaltry.eifortsto high I The,bill for, the, modification ottb.
: ;Jo; this majority, in effect, as all the worldS excite their jealousy! ,against South Carolina, .old soldier, upon 'entering:upon the discharge most seiiouslynnd solemnly demand." Navigation Laws has beeDc-iriel.e: !

;;; ; r knows, is composed of those, however or to heap ridicule on her. of his high duties, found himself .Letter to Peter Sken Smith. the':House-of Lords by-
The young giant Georgia, fast towering : a-majoritf-cf
:I' many, or however fewwho by audacity, I above her older sisters in'stature,strength, and surrounded by -as desperate and Ishall offer- no active opposition to tea in faros of:itUejtyiniftry.; i piijre.

,!. :1. noise, violence, falsehood, fraud, or by I resources, will not permit her hands to be tied, unprincipled' a horde of pap-suckers as the use.f'my[ name connexion with suit has given to the whig miaiitry'
J' whatever means can, for the timer being or her eyes to be blinded by the small.weapons this responsible office, as long as they new tenureof office ia... ,*'v'i* I
;:i seize tbe province of Jegitif wielded by Lilliputian hands. She will lock ever .hampered the policy of ''an' honest continue: Use it thus independent of In the House .
of
,', upon arms with Alabunannd Carolina between whom XJommonstbe;>>! Pfr..
r ,
!
we di
have W Jlf.
Executive. In this party: tjnc.tions'-Lett r'ro
J ':= t.. mate government.Northern she stands, and present an unbroken front tothe respect, !, !liamentarY Oath Bill, having for'faok

';:i f politics have, in fact, come Northern aggressor. Recreant indeed to confess, as the good book says,. .the Murphy and other jeer the removal Jewish disabilities

::; to be nothing but the swayings and contests would the men of Georgia WhigandDemo( ,; old'man fell among theives 1" A pre "The appointing power vested in the has been read 'a se ond'time ''b1"C .*. ,
crat alike) to their renown and future Presicent delicate a lax
past : imposes 'and.onerous
;;f and struggles of mobs, in. which, hopes, did they fail to adopt the bolder-even clout confession It is ;, but, how much duties So far as it is possible to be informed ger majority than before: '

!:..' whoever triumphs, mob law IS kmg.J the better-course, on this great issue of more honorable is it' thus to confess the I shall make Mr. Roebuck was aboUl.briDgi..
,. honesty, ,capacity
The beaten party are to be plundered Southern Equality. The sod of Ireland never fore Parliament his plan for thebetter
: f; J the public resources are divided nourished a reptile-so,the soil of Georgianever truth than to equivocate and fib as and fidelity iadtspensableprerequtsttes government of the Colonies '

''..t ., '; out, like! booty, among robbers ; and blind a yet few bred besotted a traitor.wire Partisan-pullers prejudices to tho true may most of the federal papers .do, declaring 'for'the. of bestowal either of of these office j and the shall absence moved the appointment-a com a Heal main*

ii ; .the will of the conquering mob is quoted course-but the instinct of selfpreservationwill in the face of notorious facts to the qualities to ascertain the* amount of deb? due
I ,II. '<. as triumphant answer to all those guide the people right.-Columbia South deemed. .sufficient canse for removal. from'forclgn
- contrary, that Old Zack is in the handsof Gen. governments to &he.Br.
: (' simple souls, who, immeasurably behind Carolina, Telegraph. Taylor"sInaugural. tish 'subjects* '
r' honest men, and that no man is removed ,. ;J'
the age, urge the sacredness of SOLT1'UEUN DHPENDRNt FRANCE. '
Should
'i.-. ; Constitutions, the reverend authority oft wceucRUeaQetue Northern Prruf from office for ''opinion's sake." We have.hitherto refrained. from l laying '
When we consider the hostile attitude the The report of a rupture l between tie
t law, and duties of the citizen to the North has assumed towards us nod our institu- Our neighbor is none of your ultra before our readers ,any samples of I President and his cousin ia _
j: : State. "The will of the majority" is tions,the question forces itself us shouldwe repeated.
,
upon the
after the
but
; Whigs, simply a Whig myriad ,sneers and atta quarrel is said to have been 6
r : the all-sufficient answer to such stale encourage their prints that are the vehicles Northern'i'iI fee.
:.,, moralities. is this mob through which we are to be taunted and insulted.We Zackary fashion. He does not go for the South ,which teem in the dangers have'dia"'f": : _. 'ted
: IVfc very spirit, know it is rather a difficult task to convince themselves which have
<
..: this denial of the sacred authority of a great many amongst us of the impropriety of "proscription"' beyond certain, point, press, for we hesitated to exasperate | bodies of'the causeibrge
privates and
;., Constitutions, this denial of all allegiance such a course, from the fact that we may be regarded which it will have attained probably as our fellow citizens with the puny ridicule to be summoned army offi i'cers
:r,; save to the capricious despotism selfish in this matter, and that these which some of whom
soon as our little Post office disposed had no bearing whatever up have been
" .' greatly
,": of the prints are afforded cheaper than those published wrought upon"6 1
,:. prevailing popular passion, in our own land. And again that it is too much of! Nons verrons. I IOur.neighbor's on the great sectional issue. But the the socialists.. '
;..j; which is now undermining the Union the case that we are prone to believe things I 1 ALl".
dreadfully following, from the. N.y-, Evening Post,
; A of these States ; against which the brought from a distance better than those at memory '
";i. :. people of the South are struggling for home. No one can deny the fact upon com bad, or he would not deny that,Zackary is a fair'specinen of the scornful manner In Italy the advance of the French

;;, ,: their safety, crying out ever, "dive us parison, that the newspapers of thej Southare ever said such a word as; that he in which the ability and the indus expedition towards Rome has :.been
... conducted with as much ability as those of checked by the resistance of the
:
Republican
"i. '' r the Constitution and the laws ; while the North ; true they are not so cheap, but had no friends to reward, no enemies try of the South .is treated by our arrogant ) forces In
.. ; they are answerd, with the mob yell, give us the same amount of subscription and t two encounters,the
of the Northern
Next neighbors States
week j
to punish we to French driven back with
expect were
this will 1
"down with all laws and constitutions most assuredly be the case. It is a gnatloss.

:..;:, that are in the way of revolution." matter of surprise when we look into the different find him denying that Zackary: said After having enriched) themselves by l Captain Oudinot, a relathejfGeneral !

!:! .. To expect that a spirit, which, under Northern post offices papers around that find us, to their see the numberof into the "he would have accepted the, nomination our" pillage, they exult over their boas .Oudinot,. was made prisoeeiv,.

,.l is the instruction of the whole college of hands of Southern readers,papers way too which of the. Democratic. Convention .as ted superiority in manufactures. The Gen. Oddinot, unprepared. for-iaefc
:. demagogues for half has overlook no to and a reception, withdrew his troopafodrleagues
a century, opportunity villit'y denounce time
.. I learned to regard the constitution of us, and whoseonly! recommendation is a weekly readily as that of the Whigs. The was* when New England was as l from the city, and tberVatniiJ,

it i. the United Slates only as an obstacle love tale,thesickly production of some visionary I old gentleman has said and done so many badly off as Georgia-but the prem reinforcements and instructions,(from

",3: ; to liberty, as an enemy which is to be very idler.or,intelligent sentimental men school amongst girl us We to have discontinuetheir known things that, as Webster says, "were ium which Georgia has paid New England his government. 1 In these engagementsthe
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*k: ;. suppressed, should continue to hold sacred subscriptions to papers published in this not fit" to be said or done, that it will for these manufactures seems to French lost one hundred and eighty-';
.: the social order the of State that were every way worthy of patronage killed and four hundred. -tvouaded.. ,
rights property awful bad have placed tbe North in
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require an memory to forget a position to 1
to subscribe
for
i' :; 8om .over rown Northern weekly GERMANY.
and.the of the law I ,
r,,
supremacy ,
I because it ties afforded cheaper. Should them all. expel manufactories from other
tf'i; '. at home, is to expect of the madman, this be the case at the present time when insult J any TIle'quane s between :tbe members
if n) that, in scattering firebrands arrows After insult has been heaped upon us by these Our neighbor, we say, seems deplorably -! 5 section of the Union : of the Parliament, throwgboatGermas ;

f.:) and death, he shall take rational care prints? ignorant in Taylor Literature..- We have heard of nothing for.tveek ny, and their respectire princes, have

(r :,' not to burn the habitations, injure the that The has press of the North is the great power But this is hardly to be wondered at past through the Southern States but reached the highest pitch. *'
wrought the rapid and .
important
f :. property, or endanger the safety of his change upon the question abolition that has I since the author himself seems to have intercourse and resistance to Northern In Saxony ;conflict has already-ta

/j neighbors and friends. The foundation taken place within the last few years in this aggr.e3sionV have oftenwondered ken place, which was decided for.tBe

1tV of a mob spirit may be laid far away, country. It has groaned under the weight of I been smitten with forgetfulness, and and occasionally asked- howthe people who fought with tbe government

:. w, and it may be fostered and fed with villainous publications that have. covered the would l hardly acknowledge his lettersof resistants would get on without intercourse troops for seven hours. The loss ,

: ; ', excitements that fasten upon vague land mischief as a and flood undermining doing secretly the their very Constitution work of a year since. .As' our neighbor appears with us, where they would of life was very great. The railways ,

::: } and distant objects, but when its fury .'itself. Under the name andgarb of phil therefore, to' deny that General 1 get hats to cover their heads, shoes to were displaced to prevent uoopifron

:t : is'once aroused, it strikes by necessity anthropy, appeals have been made to the peopleto protect their feet, cloth to conceal their Berlin arriving iu sufficient numbers

.: at what is nearest ; and those cunning shake off,the sin of slavery, a thing,offensive Taylor promised to be influenced by no nakedness, implements to till their plantations them. '
.J teachers who have both to God and man. Where these have failed, party purposes-and delayed '"he had ,with steamboats and overpower
; t: exhausted their resort has been had to carricature and insult stages to The Prussian force, hotvever'cn'. e I
:::;;. .al .powers in creatingJ'ealous} and hatred and the, Southern master represented as the, ,no friends to reward or enemies to pun travel 1 with, instruction for their children opportunely, causing a mom.n?ry

:. of the nabobs of the South, may' well veriest tyrant upon the earth, holding over his ish, we refer him to the 'celebrated newspapers for,their poliricians, tranquility secured by militar1Jo::!; e. .
:14' : stand confounded when find their downtrodden slave the rod reeking with his and fiddles for their and : Xith
, t they First Allison Letter which fished fora guns gentry, The fight was renewed next daY ;
blood. Nor has this of ,
':i precious labors crowned with a tempest system injustice and in books'for all that can read 1.: cannonading until'the night of the 7t1.
sult abated
yet one jot but
our calumniatorsare nomination from either I
He
t' '
.1
. ;; of paving stones upon the houses and as zealous as ever in endeavoring to preju party. "It has occurred to as that a system The i battle was 'ag in 'renewedjl. ,

;" \ the heads of the delicate"Upper Ten dice the world against us. Argument the most will there,find. the following : of non-intercourse would' be, to the clock in the morning,:"anajt'jdwlywarfare '

:;, '; Thousand". of their own cities. ,convincing and remonstrance have alike been "I have ho private! purposes to accomplish southern states, a system of privation was going on lathe .streets *t

::J ; We merely indicate the true character is expended nothing in left vain us but by the to South:to and this now fell spirit there -no party,projects to buildup: which would not prove very, popular' the latest accounts. : .*- 4-

:2; of the distemper here, without intending the most determined resistance oppose and 'non-inter woo enemiesto punish '-nothing to serve when i it came to be tried, ,and certainly ,! Intelligence; from Dresden lo'tbew.,.

, ;; either to expatiate upon its peculiarities course. but my country elected 14 far from comfortable. The Constitute; I says- :,ihat 'hostilities raged.betweenyy:

t" 't' s' or to. offer to our Northern Shall we then continue to read their papersunder I would not be the mere'President a onalist of Georgia, has considered these j royalists andthe; people;. to ','the. .di!1 o-

/ : brethern any prescriptions for.a disease funds,the furnish existing them state the Ihings,still'and insult with our party. I would endeavor r to,act independent difficulties, und like Caesar; .conqueredthemus vantage of theilauevwithoutarrinfflfrdiate'prbs'pect'
means to
:'. Y't which .infects: there whole body, because It is high time;:we were: looking to the matter sl, of party dominion. 1 ,should soon as they came-in, sight. of termination: =;'-

f it, has first corrupted their whole spirit i and that! .we should begin to consider our means I feel bound to ''administer the government :l his. journal announces. with all .. At Leipsic a.distui6aace, had>> en

! t\ and of'the existence and tendency of I of redrew und defence.ASbevWe,Banner untrammelled.b parly schemes." the honors,"and upon editorialrres po n-' out ,between, tbemilitary, attd<< .\ Pe'

*' '; ."which' this insurrection iu New York ..llrJtis"vigaii n Laws and the United If our neighbor ,is, disposed ..still. tof o I sibility, than an--iron foundary in Au pie. After a, short.atr f lI 1e-sthe. JJeOPlc
\ is -
,: 1 .:: ... only one much of multitude if their is of proofs.Wedoubt .- States.-The leading provisions f'question; ,us, we refer him to'the following ;.. 'guttilied. .,turned out "H steam; engine were suppressed,:aud '-largea\ ]er .
;
. any medicine of twenty horse poweV which for L
killed ) ;
the British o .to aides.. 0.
i q ;,which, can reach.a complaint so Navigation Bill), as it passed choice ,morceaux.from other.speci-. .strength and of ,
j': deeply the House of Commons ,beauty pistlJs not: .to be Accounts from Berlin|o the.f th JD.t.
il : seated and so virulent. 1 comes before'the and now mess of Taylor literature, all.of which excelled." The editor added that it states that 'an taaarrectionhrokaodR: st

;i( I "'u" It is not long-since that the rights of be. embraced, ,inn, ,House nutshell.of.Lords It ,limits may sound very ,well, but! seem rather ,ridiculous 'would be put together in the course of Br eslau on the 6lh. Thettrooptma'people ;

}:1 ;,, ""property guaranties wereoperily'-denied, and all its the.coasting,trade:both-at home and in at this 'stage of the Presidency: ,the:Jayt; acid-':would then. well 'leward, ,were: fighting:in. tneslKef. .** .
,
trampled in New '
upon, the colonies British thecuriositY of.such. of the people:of .hisalso rumored iEat.anjinsuitection .
: :' vessels ,
.:. ".: .; York, and the commentary which the India where (exceptin game. They give us a brilliant Augusta as.would,pay 'the phenomena 'had'.broken out atCoblentz :
it
: IS left '
: 4 to the discre
'people of that State made ception" Gen. TaylorVmoral'couragein
these'i' visit. An
upon tips of the Governor engine of twenty' :horsepower : While'these.convulsionsareoccurring. .
; I. .c; -Genera) but } -
; : systematic and Long continued our ; ,) rePudiatiigternPti.b them.nnd rather ': and nil"p nt; !' '*Think,of '
i pens the direct trade, both, with Great con together ., the.. Austrian, %overnmeat! "j
r. '; : .' ges and, was to change their Constitution, Britain and her colonies, to'the' vessels F 'opinion1] of.a.'rty"who, ,were. 'thnt .. But the: .end.i, js"'not" yet.rtie:: ddnger'of,..dissolutionin J ..1.y."t", ct'11 on..'t-J.IMw'."
the ;
jl ,
selection .
give up of their judi1 i- t. '1 'eciltorhad his re
particularj.attention cal f ..jhe
of all nations uccess or.,the ..
I: from which/extend a reciprocal l' compelled to sneak.into ,power, by, back ; :Hunganan8
; ciary* the highest to the lowest led to:the 'brass ; nd
freedom to British polished plate, with the'.ri ,possession of, tho'Ryrnrawi .! Grand Jl
! + "" *"::t'to, the' chances' of passions'and popular, is in. these_provisions vessels.Vhat't.here'l either stairs"influence. ..,. ;,.. .. Y'I decept ionand j ; .''ro ss I :of the '.makersmarkedupon' it; {Russia, iO"tbe'fmeA!,;.. J:,
or of
,, .: elections. Incase of this'very riot, the disturb American's; them, 11 fraud. Another. felectioniikett{ at ,inVirginia which was'"done: \ .In'a'style: ,' that will! is advancing'large'bodies:n, d 4.P" :

Man of the City, the Representative we cannot imagi equanimity, : : and they will begin J to see .vietvitliahe. tikIIL:oftNprtl erD"eugra-'J i '-i victorious.' Cm._ TheHuiigar.Hungarian Lan .rtc
the public the : ., .' A: despatch from 1 \. .1 ..;, ', ; :. .
., peace, especial guardian f. Versis' / { !1Wr> 1fn : ''. r exciteoea t tot
how such the.
,of the lives and :Washington states, that should the bill i long. a game canbe .welplayed represent \ '
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: ) property of a great pop finally become'law *' '* .J... 1 : "Soinertdea: 'Cf-'t vastness and. power be attics highest pitch; andlha t?'! trill.
ation in.EngJand .: :
?
u has Gen.
declared p"ublicly) <" -"**ifll' f f ll
that in this '
'*' qt Sgfejr" formed .
ect'he' Taylor,.will lay it before iU/ R !- ; 'by take, 'i ihore'4thari: Russia. ;
Congress :
,as n .In.nocase.can I -
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isnot'responsible for myself be
permit to
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lion of the'decisive any por proper subject of legislation and the I those .bave.aniimperrectappjecrartion ; : t ar c >inbined.to,, ,.M itelLtbem, ,x,, jg J.: :TB.''
41 the measures by:which i idea'seems to': be;confirmed j : .theVcandidateofanY"P" ". ,'or yield myself ,. ; of the .capacity/tof; twenty, bdrses, ,: .Endeavors;:are making to, errtj"* s ;
city was saved -from the pillaging by'the fol- to ,party schemes.., .- ="L!Mjr&HW.. :whetfwe< l'dj' 'that the monster is intenAeAigfet .revolution ''Galiicia ,.Inifacr.f III. :
and !. lowing,from'.the: .Nationalyhig -- *' OJ} -<1. 'II" ;' f
destruction nn infnri aced-mob;. I : .". :. :] &** ., ; n Aw>n t oruti :Pos ouDtry."
The ;: .'"If. becomes n,Jaw the J1.YS hfjf "d"t'I.rj' 'ii-IJ' Vk.i tt ' ,
:, highest executive:officer'of 'the -.Jiittject or J ': 'of New' ,ci reciprocating will,! no doubt foVm} t ,asAw; apdfQRisT/mill4t.But; :,\yJtl;,a involved, otori r the of-nostiutie"
!, ,..' ..: 'ty the mob for YorktakesiHets lter- behind J large' :p s rrof. the-dRliberatioris 'n I ?Housei, lt 34 th'e'sofety of thoijext move'of th e ) ',1 V.
of j opland.; o fdeg ; tworld' f "
his'popularity. ) byt tp'tiayttct thstt is '
) Congress, q ujte.iodifferent: rt1ice con w I'that; /t a'joinfnote! of the Courts of'OreijfBriiampandFrancehas ;
11 is too 'early, ;
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- gay, then tlwi> : se ueitce the editor take&Qne's been Idddre* ?
.. iRyilhe of the J :
right, ? Uj75HT TrJ "i" U1CU114,9KH
} > ,
.tieatypmak : *
..ant law tefOTPM or,that It JS ales son U 4 J er, to,;take kin g.now I ,un set II}ll\eUe ,'. Jt.bethe. J1iJ;; fi tl t.a gi Sii! va't t #h. j' 2tiO t,j';RngmifpoI f s.h-'rl \the( Cabinet;q.St', etersbar IDt 1'ku
., &*:&:)1$& l.tyS t'secure cognizance of the'question! trate:of thelpeople!; xad nofa :' Die < < j- & >- -, ij-Mii f
,. ) ,' thepublic \!!t' isla '.revenue", _mf>n iit:>*k ahd' helps_:_'. : ; : :pary. :I more startling:.than,the statementsFwHrch'fprecededan ; ,mariag'their,- ..disapproval: 9 p-the\H11"
agatnstbrotal Letter toE ',
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; eloner'aib4 "uut
peace ; 'u : ;:} ;;t9r: .

result'} | 'ajp i J''B'1.iI.. An o t e,", uU'a....,S."t.?.;:!.of.. ;.'i...Re.. ..U'riro+ _I.;., !'f.trtttves.0 ... ..- ">"=...;:?: :MJlTfc'":)'1.)/'i ,.n ti\tt.I.'lt..gl.i.c' "' ; .. ie'candad'! ate i".ir' ft', f tlT lditioff. to fthe'}). ::vL; -,", t'.' &' ...;.31',ie,*t;:Aiistriaand vention! ::. f sf Russia;. Hungary in-the?contestbeta':)and=* inw,* nSrltfihVsaid j t

of fparl), to pledge n y; '\I 1stk TatlaWo l l'bC. DefeSpH 'nrerfewnc i 'be'wftKdrafej! '* 8



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,I QjllC r ia nnaYaiparatSOi4Epan : NE, W.:-XORK--,__. __,_T"21_..J:, _1849,._ Nmj t rr"r1 iti'TI M Mb\Ven- -

. I ofthe 1st inst. has news Important from, it Hayti-T JiJYff .;, the newly appointed IColTectSr of the TI7JJ.i behold ;

.. .San Francisco to the 28th of the Hatiz.GeaiLf fJ trui-.ti .1 ,f "port of ftejv York, 'hsnt !ejl,jipoji a oaths:t'.J1l, first tie T.
from :
.. March, by way oCTepic.. The intelliI I Burmvg" oJt"- Cuyif4wProtectionof ? portion of his duties,:to wittbe reading iisu&l'hoars':of l : ; : '
.
e ,' translate' from La Espana-- apjilfcntions for offic ; *?Fdrthi t,ur*\ ..witrLbt N. % : ;

;. genceWe the previous accounts of the Jjmericans'.4-C f' 'pose' he .has, had-all his, ,coat buttons.newlysetand etlO)7o&seeo)
,on6rmS rich schooner'WillIams i. ,:hundred andt! ( ) ;
I, favorable state of affairs in that The arrited at-N ; securely, fastened.T -- | ,
Cherry streets
'* r < r ; )
L -
, It also assures us of the Security York yesterday; bringing: dates from, ipgone"hundred, ( ) :
. country.with which strangers can seek Sb Domingo to theist' inst., "; '. A Washington letter writer says that, .and fourth !
. of the arrivalof Three 'terrible battles had befought < "Taylor cannot ''jnhderttand l why-tH 'feet:(1 1 0):on ;
of the ,
, the gold placers from; this country : between the Dominicans'and i ; :State -'f1Tiinia' should oneekeidhirnaplend : 'uated in the Town ,i'I ; ;: !

some expeditions of some arC.cles, and the the HaytienJore :inwhich; :the;latter, ; ida swordfor l his;!:;onduqt*ias.* ces together thereon with;.also all I 11

1r greased of others, especial were'completely routed and' :dispersed./ soldier, and t efnext"eeli send fourteen" in the said town .: I

price and iron work, such as At one time the Haytiens r with. members of CoDgreas..tot"op11. ,se thereof;ralso he ;: 1

) Irs goods of: which could hardly be in fifty miles of the city, when.a ,des his adtWtiiJ. .- .j<.' : 't. t" '" the toll Bridge, : : ] ,
a pair .there .!?\ } ;
obtained (or three ounces of gold.- perate battle ensued and a large num Experimeutal.We7hard- -of .". .said Francis. !
is such an abundance of the pre her on both sides were killed. Those !< ? one from the Circuit {
There
fi young man, bound to California, *who !
circulation that the extensive taken prisoners also Moore, I
cious metals in were put to,death. took his ; :
.olankct'and
slept one night
'
i at 'flalpan The Haytiens during their on Crook, deceased,
gambling operations retreat '
an The1 next' 'Francis Jones
tip porch. morning h'6;
and San Juan de los Lagos are nothingto burnt the city of Aqua, and also destroyed concludpttogo. } ; fendants. Levy i 1!
) is observed in California. Labor a large amount. of in \ t ; .'" former Sheriff ."
what property Another, ::
took and
a.ypke J
oxen, trav-
) scarce and no one would the town and vicinity.Capt. :
,
is very elld about six-miles ;
the .mud. '
3 trorkat anything by which he could Warren, of the English ship through ; :. 4li'gatqr44May, ;" : ; ( 'J
He
found it was a hard --
pretty day'swork
r at least $100 per month.- Finconia, kindly offered th'e American \\ Jf
not earn '
not wanted. In spite of the Consul assistance for the The, next day" he gee Hawed ALL.: ; :
are every
lb Stores purposeof them bach again, and,that evening took! on
of .
the generality the ;
American
high price liquors, protecting citizens and his name of!" the emigrants'. list.: .' wise,,will please )
intoxication is remarkable. Flour is their property. All business had been ed is authorized ;

abundant, and brings the moderate price i suspended in consequence of these dif-- Despatchesfromthfit .I! lumiediate at nt i

of $8 per quintal. : ficulties. Country-TheBaltimore Calornia--1Flitarforcefor Sun the22d inst. cessary,as Mrl f .

4 'l'he Aha California to the 22d of : The general impression is that this says:It is understood that important d snitck the cases State.where Suits ; { i

e March, had been received. The number will be the last effort of the Haytiensto have been received :'at the War Department, .neglected. ) of

J of the 15th fays that many persons conquer the Spaniards. The whole from California/setting forth that the people had' t

had Jeft for .placer. On account of country is in a state of great distress adopted organized the a government'Wilmot.proyiso themselves as 'a 'fandaraentalarticle. and had' 'Attorney : :

; the good weather which had prevailed and confusion. These are doubtless those brought by' May 26, 1849. : !

during the two \,eeks preceeding the Mr.PanotTfho, Was met coming overland through '.JA'RS : :

.one Immediately previous, it was .I11abama.fhe :Montgomery Advertiser Mexico, short time since.,and a'despatch from |
*
.. .hought that the winter had terminated, of Tuesday gives the following Washington says: ,, ;
It is that Mr. Crawford i
reported recommendsto -
and large caravans left San Francisco. gratifying account of a recene meeting General r
Taylor ti/organize a strong military r
eJ, Without doubt, however, their progressmust of the Democracy of that city : force in California, of volunteers, to,sustain i t i t.

.S have been interrupted by the rains "The Democratic meeting yesterdaywas Gov. Smith,until Congress shall act for the ter- !

and snows which fell subsequent to one of the largest and most inthu- ritory. TH! ,

; their departure. siastic that has assembled in this city the first Monday i : ; ;; i j

r Gold is as abundant as ever, and proVisiOns for a long time. At no period duringthe n- FEVER AND AGUE FINALLY .COKJ: in Jacksonville,. :
did the Demo QUE RED I This disease has at lengthmetwith Separate rooms : :
exorbitant The presidential canvass :
3 i at prices. icccnt -
.
an opponent, before which it has to yield, in the. commodation of .
"eI. rains had s\vollenthe rivers. The crats of the city and county manifestmore India[ Chologogue prepared by Charles 0good, they will be : J.

e editors of the Californian are of opinion zeal, or turn out in larger num- \L. D. This gentleman resided several yearsin higherbranches : ;

. that it is not prudent to hasten to the bers. The resolutions, which are pub an infected district of Michigan, making Fever Education, and \:.
"diggings," because the humidity of the lished elsewhere, will, we think, meet and Ague$ its cause, effect, and cure his study College or for i'
and from the thus Greek classics, .
knowledge acquired, he
sickness the of citizen of the
and approval :
earth might produce every Mathematical
i compounded the above ramed'medicine, which .
e death. State. They are temperate, yet firm, has never yet been knorcn.to fail! !
- Many desire to know the best method and make the true issues on which the Numerous certificates from men of the highest THE YEAR will ; ..

... '! travelling to the mines, but in the canvass will be. conducted in this Dis- respectability, testifying to'the great efficacy tions.about The 12 day : ;:'
of his meditine
be
oan seen on applicationto
d present state of the ravines (arroyos) it trict.Mr. the. undersigned,flgenta: ., ._ .., from 9 to 12 M, ; i
,e ; is difficulty to advise which manner Yancey was called out and ad. Or HQL1ES'f.& 'Co 0', A M. Wednesday i:
:
'I ought to be chosen. Withal there ought dressed the meeting for two hours. He V Agents for East Florida. : exercises in ::

11'f fit for made one of the best speeches we ever tion.
lo be some places working. After the first : ; t
I Ih Those who go to dig gold and not to heard from him. He spoke of the resolutions Iff BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS' AND except at or near !

traffic in goods, should be careful to avoid and took occasion to animadvertvery IMlTATIONSl"Th'e unpual i d'and astonishing anti no pupil for- ;
overloading themselves with baggage freely on Mr. Hilliard's conduct as efficacy of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild V
Cherry, in all the diseases for which it is-recommended Reading,Writing
it would be and a Southern Representative. His speechin ;
; j jD ; unnecessary curing many cases fifter.the skill of Higher English .
.
I IJ. troublesome to carry much baggage this particular cannot be successfully the best physicians was unavailing has effected Philosophical and ; :
t when transportation commands such answered. He showed that on many a large and increasing demand lor it. This .,Jne half the ;

Ie high prices, and is so difficult to obtain. important questions relative to slavery, fact has caused several unprincipled' counterfeiters studies pursued, ; ,
It i iJf There are two methods of going to on motions and resolutions made: by and imitators to'palm off spurious miX- and the balance' :
tures similar and Board'will be
name for the
: f I Ih II placer-one by land from the FueWo 'Giddings, Palfrey, and Gott, tint Mr. genuine Balsam. Some are appearance called ":yrup of ble rates per
I of San Jose y Benicia,. and from HiHinrd failed to vote. He assumed that Wild Cherry,?' "Balsam of Spikenard," "Wild try ;"and Parents "I 1

, that to the city of Sacremento ; the the people of this District were entitledto Cherry Comfrey," .&a, Another, MVeitesBalsam sire to avail t ,.
Sacremento 1\1 Hilliard's time and services and of Wild Cherry." misspelling the name, Institution for to&H
Ir other by water to or to r. t I'
and forging certificates to resemble those of i and others, may
ts l l.n Stockton in boats. The difficulty of if he failed to discharge his duty as aUepresentative the true balsam. "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of WildCherry" will be spared to' : --

. procuring horses In San Francisco by withholding his votes, is the only genuine. merest. merely progress in ? :

ts I makes the vater route preferable. On or otherwise occupying his time, that imitate the name of the original' while' they entrusted the : : .'
y t arriving at Sacremento beasts of burden he was an "unfaithful servant." In possess none of its Virtues. : I
N. B. Pupils i
can be procured for whatever point is this connection he spoke of many omis. LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS. OF. provide.seats and V

desired. sions, as shown by the record of Congressional THE(1 J/lINE ded -' [ i

rs Letters from California states that proceedings, on the part of the The words genuine"Dr..Balsam Wistar's is Balsam put up in,of bottles Wild ,Cherry with- May 19, 1940. ; i

ajve (he United Slates Government otTer no Mr. Hilliard to vote on questions vitally Phi lad.," blown'in the glass; each little li

I obstacles to the working of the mines, affecting Southern interests. bearing a label on the front with the signature i '\1t IE(
.cither by natives or foreigners. \\"e lake this occasion congratu- of H. WISTAR, 3L D. I TO UNDER l
.. .. _.
w
late Air. lancey and our uemocrauc This will be enveloped hereafter with a new ACT.-The 1 :
Overland friends that found wrapper; copyright*secured, 1844; on which will attend nt'the
Emigration to California.EVt'r .- they are once more J
will the written specified'ielow
always appear signature of. ,
beU I boat that arrives at the wharf is battling shoulder to shoulder in behalf of 'I. BUTTS. despositions

: crowded with emigrants for the gold regions. the people's rights and the best interestof .-, -' tlement and I'

\Vithinthe last few days several the country. .A CAliJI .- : tained permits !
ys [ tled .An. nct to e
:m : hundred wagons have come through by. VIRGINIA.The official vote for the I A LADY, who has had several years exper- tion and ; ,
tone land irom I loxvu, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan ience in finishing school for Young Ladies Peninsula of t
( and Wisconsin. Up to twelve Accomac district gives Bayly (Dem.) a ,is desirous to reside in Florida; and, there- 1242;and who

D'clock'l'estprdav there had. been eight majority of 729 over Mallory (Whig.) fore. wishes to take change of an Academy : and the' .'
I i to hear of : 15th 1844 :
Young Ladies or some healthy pleasant j.tind I
f thousand three hundred and
eighteen RICHMOND DISTRICT.The vote for did
ry town in which sufficient encouragement said act, And
.e. persons who had made this a point of Congress! in this district was Seddon will be given her to establish a school foe Young abandon the

;th r departure for the Plains ; and, from (Dem.) 2844 ; Botts (Whig) 2458;Lee Ladies, in which will, be taught.all the Branches said frontier. : j:

ih. what we can learn, we should not be surprised ) 316. Seddon's majority over of a complete Education, .together with ships numbers ,
Whig '
o'J I, if five thousand more landed here ( Music French,Painting,Embroidery,&c. References the base line ;
both 69.Political. as regards her'success and capabilityas by aiding to : !
ily] twenty da's.Ve also learn that a a teacher, will be given. Any one wishing to t'Ne\T v t
At large number have crossed the upper Wit.-The Democratic par engage her services, or who can give the aboie day, 7th May.

pw of the State, intending to cross the in better health and con information can ether address Applying to At St. "
ty was never )
the Editor of the Jacksonville News day 15th May.
literal the Bluflei four thousand t
3tli -say dition than at WashingtonUnion.
present. June2dlS48. 3m .i 'u AtrPilatka. Pll
Jie persons.Ve do not think it an extrava- May. I

id gant assertion to say that at least eighteen :I Maybe so ; exercise on foot is saidto Tax Collector's Notice At Mellonville, !

3t thousand persons'wi1l leave the be beneicial to health, and we per TIHE UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor' and 29th May; : : ; 41
frontier between this and the for the County of Duval, State At Ocala, \ lot"
Blaflsand place ceive that some of the prominent men of'Florida hereby gives notice that be.will attend June., 1: i
:Ofl .. many persons estimate the of the party are walking every day.- at the following ,times and places for,the 4t,Lnke .
\
:0plc thenumber far above this. We have Louisville Jourual. purpose collecting the Revenue,for the State 25th:Jane ; i
t.
no means of knowing what number will The Trenton whig paper says that for the year 1849, viz: rAt At '
tare Samuel B. Store Black 9th July. : ;
Thompson's
i Creek
Independence l hut should
)er T suppose all the blustering of the Locofocos a- I Tuesday/the lath Jane instai;, I At Tampa t
that six or eight thousand will depart bout removals from office will not,.disturb At Darling C. Prescot's Store, Clay Hill, on 30thJuly., i : |!

ut.at ron this point. This will make sometWtt.fiVe a hair on Taylor's head. To this Wednesday'the 20th June, inst i At Key West. : 1 l'I

thousand on the Plains in a tbe NewarkEagle wittily rejoins:.- At William Thomas',House,:Thomasville, on 13th August.- V I |
atdi fw .. At .,Miami ; \
the 21st June inst
Thursday ,
weels., A number of these are : :
a. They don't desire_ to do it ; that'shisbarber's i l
: :
destedto; At Lawrence'Syan's House, 8t.Johns Beach, August
perish upon the way, and business. All they ask of on Saturday the 23d June inst rAt At.Fort Pierce, ; \
*e fear a large number who have under- him is to desist from disturbing the heads CoL,John Broward's House, Cedar Creek,I Ion 3d September. j?

ta1 5 the trip have.not thought properly and hair of otter people. Monday the 25th'Jane, inst", ,> j** f All persons i : \ !
'
At C.'&- Store Mandarin '"Wednesday ready made .f
t1njt, Some who have been accustoM Emery's ,;on -
the 27th'June,'inst.fi- '-, i; fJ their'f witnesses! $ t
to hardships may get along withOut Jl Portrait.-In a recent conversation AttheCourtlious: ', Jacksonville Thul"S4day prove their cases : :

much difficulty, while others who about great men, one gentleman asked ,:Friday'and Saturday;:till 28th\,29th-and .tpfore : :
arB *Teiiever ) 30th inst. 11> iTarAssessor ': ( ty to identify :
undergone any privations another if he had ever seen Col. Benton, .; .. 'lj (jJ'tWJ ti' ; : : \
'.1)} :
DUSt "
i3
'Ii. f"k"A.1 OV
suffer Plains. .s. Ar"
inc the
considerably on and if so, to describe him,. "Why, V 1 srtx.- /
and Daral.tto. .l
Collector- '
& ?
met Joseph\ .) Gazette of May 4. interrogated "whether setting ,
,
said ,
Jacksonville. ,Jur-rt-I'1''v, I1'!J. t'k4f) ''*April 28,'-1849.
:aJmt standing walking, the Missouri'Senator ": -n ,:. '.I ;fH.Y..r., ,-I:Ir ,-. VVVI.r. I : :
fe IP- The Washington correspondent .., (t" ..fo! ,.' .j ; R..B.
if he carrying an 1
looks were ..
ns
oC : Cent Bewalrd..- AbconIedin, ., t :
1'1- "II t-
Baltimore I
ttj1 Sun writes : inward and gentle ,remontrance\with. One. ._ ehru ;myJBdenturcMi! pp cntice, M R ; J 1.
;' "The probability that the Taylor himself for being of so much m6revcW SAMOEL.Iu j;, He pwtendwttd'hsve ooe.t d '. and.r as lb)be,lis'haid.in; r\I ttetwbich > ; : t : :
tn : OCrats of the South, of whom Mr. sequence in the ,world than any ;body axe..now Pf : ; !
he :
ll lel ; Rwie r bq':JiavV ;TiRY
iio.ipoirei.a j ':GOOD ;, Ii
.0. is .
"T*"? 'of South Carolina, now on a else. The morethis portrait 'ex tta'tand'hei' : .ANDr !
lug a jreyioua ngagemejit weattoyacksonvUe ; .
:itll 1ere_ is one, will bold the balance nmined, the more corr.ec.t.and life-like if Fltu and,.boa ancebeenwOrfeingat ;2ENz Wdo a : : 4

r0Uy.i .U po!?? between the whigs and demo. will appear. the.Tin/Basineaa, for .HogartirStCoinr that, BU8IRESS!, L : : ;: I
,e tatt.In ,the next House, is much infutlllDf. B i i i 11rt plac. The above reward and no> pwiri&wilUe". I Their :charges
es.tate I have no doubt that the \Vas Brown a popular man;wben he pailADd\np qn A, iti J .nsi e thu .Jlah iates.j, -' (T
. of.confidenpevpr f&vorfrom,onifter f:1'i.h ,., : i
J1r i. ?: -
Democratic free-soilers will act : Jived in your townV'inquired a busy.. t his faSnd act towards. ;e':; rcr) h 1t fotheW irunvorthy ,Steamersrat his
rea13C : q the All the I of bis friend. : -I : 'lie'informed d his : .
democratic party. body, sMppsyy ctistpmcyt. .tnat ..t.,foft'erev(.,y f, .
i ee-aol whigs, cannot be expected to ,"' should think he W -8f replied.thegentleman .own." imi' rtinencefhW'public 'ili folelft n Agu.tt,r'"4 1 u c" >
iot'iterj endeavor 'an t'noirnij own deslref'/br'TJiave; ref : woods'
r.
etate The l.manyperson ?
1T with, the whig party. ,, i -,
traine&from: doing so'imce i ,February last/ tho1iTbiviiig.4 ed I
democrats of whom there are ed prevent his! leaving; }und severalof : *,-*5'**.<.#. u..t.vJ.nd-. > l'; > '.', :Theif 8hrrorrde!.Store, : ;

ieeE .frorn south? Carolina,.may 'control themincluding sheriff,fits.,fcpvty '; 1 r4',: '',. i'.Ams',s1'1tt, ,v, l ted;eouvenieut : :
:.j ., fi. w"" IK ; > 1.tl"t'
tinj ;:,:* tlon ofpeaker, and also I ,all the and several constables fo\\6\ve&\\ him"some I-;: :\,_.u" .1:34.. ]e'-1.111' "ate 'nn.'' #'l.Ctnrer'' .,1 t.. 'W:I. -t l 'h'tk:-:,Si" J,'.. ; i

,Dg measures of tjie.session: :*\ *, 'distancedw_ '," V, : :', l Jh.y':.:',, OJ. .t J"h.t'rh't.t WWS".4" \4 JL'WUaII: it'.J.il, 18497- 10',%60 jnlft'' '. f I

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ef Ae 'Eastfrn'Circuit of t -Stafe of .*HOLMES;&;CO.fJhATe,rem Ted, I" .rmlui -' I- ,tlJiJ.11 n1 j she immediately be rtgalza ..er.atrea 7- .l
;;i jyi their stock of Merchtodtae to the largetndldingformerJyoccupicdbytheUnitedStates Cedar ,her'complaintsesshe Jeftlitt .
r : Wo;J 56: 8 "(;lV tX.I ; and after. .. :
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'I"r1it; : ,Petitioner CHAHDMR C.;YOTOE, Attor-- known as ithe',Government-Building.-They: [Icl'iftffUiJD'SQW\C: : tmm() i I thonght'It1tight do'goo&to ,
: .. .., .. ,. Shl ,
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: '. -1. aey and Agent the.United States, for. have added'to their stock, by the late arrivals I "" -' used annniber: ;.of t'antdits4at d .
!..:: thti purchase certain lands.hereinafter .d* from New YorklafullKsortmentof Dry Goods,... : (LATELEE&J1JDSON,) no good'previously.,. -Yo '"pte *J

1' t.L; ?: wribed respectfully shows'unto your Honor:,. ':Groceries Hardware,' Pro visions,!?&f;&
i l That the United States,desire to purchase, Acquire they"'are :prepared:to I sell at:reduced No 8&1PBDAB.ST.BEEl r&ejTOof 'IkJ = uIJ5 PI i 19

k'-z...t hold own, occupy and: possess forjutes; .prices zThe'are ." a* tw; _*WU jwhich is devoted< iw to*the* u.-exhibition.-jJ.iiii*
14' ': on whhh to erect" and,'maintain,forts, maga- now prepared to purchase Cottons SznZe Article '- GREAT-FEMALE '.

.f .. : lines wsenalsdock-yards, and-other needful' ides and other produce of the country at the f :J. :fEP u t'tQ'g: r S: # DLTosr'ISAgsjAui'h DICINe. -

t .1 : buildings or some of. them,.,the following decribelaands.to'trU highest Market rates;and make cash advances, 4
: ,. r : that.t1'&Ct of I.nctsitua .on consignments to their .friends:in Savannah ; e(1retStock;:qon 1p.early\' .s- ..lI j. and speedy cure for incipient commTn jIrlrfor
,: One Thousand Packages, ;= I'AN the. general prostraJion Ule ,
of Nassau .
ted. Amelia Island, in the County and.Cliarle8tonorNe York. O*' < **
' !; in laid oa State known .as the McQueen .Grant, They have a'new article 'oflWrought' Iron Embracing some THOUSANDS'Jof 'differentpatternsAand ;NTmELY VEGETABLE..COMPOUND- matter, _whether,the. result of inbere

:t ,:1 r North of Eagus Creek, bounded North East Ploughs which they would respectfully call 'deSirable'cblorings?'InHth'1ine{ ;:and-comprising FOREIGN everything .a aDOMESTIO.p' THIS MEDICINE was prepared by a regular, or acCident causes; produced. .*by ie.ilIrftyth. ; :fl'Nothlngun' \
West the waters ofnverSl Mary1sand. the attention of Planters.' arid.is Ihe.resuU of an
'V ': ; N and&uthbywahofsadcreekafldb70t by r lu .hY8ic$n.\ extent be '

:r. r.i} ;: Batchelot,running North 70"East from a marsh Jacksonville- ?. .: .iov.t''j 1846.. '' ,- -' "' tf r All of which'are offered,for' sal<.a, for>I'I caaVot* np' sive practice'pf" THbse'! who severalyears have used it'in themselves a.bilious ,climate ors vigorating:effects,more on.the.surprising taamfaBft".1sons t .

%: : :< .' OB this boundary, containing 400 acres more R.' B.. HE ID-. & ,CO.MESSRS. .. satisfactory' credit' ,"at,tl r eLO WETPRICES'by"th ., '" ''''U"1' n.ifs'Sa1iib Affects upon bthersV. need'no .all weakness,and,lassitude' ,iron f1St 1
v at become robust
once
and
less. That the said lands are owned by thektln'of I farther evidence of its' value The health. full.o ti
> or great
0iif jleasi-
4 ", deceased who R. B. REID &,\CO; having PIECE cia 7ACKAOE.NewJ its influence. It immediatelynervelessness I
:* :t John McQueen .reslde,. of.thousands,has; been perfectly .restored by coimter
: ; : Wharf and the buildings attached 'ofthe1
th'e State of Florida Stylesr'aTS'receivid7 day fem'1eframe'Ylidfr:
the limits of every remedies havefailed.
all
, :( r beyond this medicine, "when other
Anne Styles and. are now prepared in I connection t with .their ilnd m&nY1)fithe'n1iarl'got; for our own sales great'cause of barramesa,' .
1\\ : wIt: .Eliza Ma Kay Mary HARDWAREAND up Its operation is no simply to suspend 1
t'B. : Styles,Willam'MacKay, Ralph E.:El- DRY MISCELLANEOUS GOODGROCERY ESTABLISHMENT 'nd'J10 ,.beifjotQad'j hefe'1l .' ftom/j.* : the disease for'a time, but*tq ,purify the'system It.will not be.expected .of.u h cqes

: :. f;; hat .and Margaret Elliot William H. Styles !I3l-Bj.4te4.1fsts, or.prices.Corrected 1 from : ,'and;restore it to sound and perfect health. delicate i nature 7 t?' ezhibit ertjfl te 9r

1.-' .2" and Eliza' Styles Catherine MacKay, Robert td dGENERALiCOMMISSIbNBUSThES& i"Their' day to day. with everyvariation m the"-. *market. ., : A small Treatise on.the, 'causes,-.treatment performedbut 1e can ur the Imi t dUaf
i" and Sarah MacKay, Abram B.Fannia, aVe'placed'iiTthfe Ifandi of Wyeri.' I hundred*of cases haTerePorttd -. .
!> :; y, Ma Kay and cure. fever and ague and other diseases, of tow
:? ,'j *fl McQoeen McIntoSh, Georgia. McIntosh, Flor- charges. are established. by the SavanJ.ah Merchants,will be:'able to form 1 tome idea of I bilious li #es.mai be"had'gratis'of the undersigned. 'Dr. Town"]: My ifebebgrmthd&i

" ":.4 p. ida: Fannin and Jane Fannin, who is rates. the extent and'v iety.of our assortment,when tr ssed by weakness nnd-ge ,dehiIi .

. i.'r I? a minor, and John N. Lewis her guardian : They are the: Age th of the U. S. Mail'Steamers' west te, that;,the.value' ,of. pur;v isual stock of Also; numerous certificates'from men of4the suffering ,continually' by pair and "it 1 !
; Read Jacob Read Jr. James at this place, and. are how enabled this' is at least jtwwfejthe.yalue'bf difficulties, and Jia1'lIrgknowJie.
. J .Jacob Srn ONE ARTJCLK, .; highest respectability, testifying to the great ,?,,,
r'.t:p.* 'f" *.d and John R. Read,&'minor, who resides to offer ev 'Y'taaflity'to the Merchant', Planter the entire-stock of,.dry.gopd f'usually:ke tTbyourlargestvwhplesalejoersJyifius i efficacy of this medicine can be seen on application medicine has effected great rarer;j lid'a ,
anti whose guardian is and the Public neral1y. hearing it recommended for
r' in Savannah, Georgia, fact, together to such eaus UI .
I'I : Mrs..William G. Read,who.resides in Baltimore, Goods consigned to their care will be received ,:with_,,the fabt,that oR means. Q'.cnir.: : T. Q. HOLMES '& CO. described I obtained a bottle of jWfJkiatf,
i, Williamson Julia Williamson and forwarded with despatch. attention instead divided avastvarietyof of Sarsaparilla followed the vSgayeme.
, : r ,j Maryland, John ofbeing among directwia
: Jacksonville and V1C1nil,'
*<.;, I.' ', William McQueen, Anne McQueen. Your petitioner Their, Store, Office and'Warehouse- are'situated -. .articles,. are devotedwholly tb OMB:, Agents for : : .' In a short'periodit'removedko'ii?
Jacksonville Feb. 1849. 6m
. !i.e; is informed and believes that William convenient to the Wharf. will render the,;.advantages.which!.we,can,offer ; 24, plaints and restored her 'to. health. Jeto

.!.%.i. McQueen resides in California, and that all the. J.Palatka 8t..John'sRier, E. F., .January 13, dealers perfe tiy1obyiouaandi t shall be DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT (grateful ,for the benefits she''received .Itrti*

'-.:tiy\? I., other heirs whose names are above set forth 1849. ly our care that none :wKo visit p'ab1ishthent' pleasure in thus acknowledging it,tad rtcwt
;"?< reside in the state Georeix except Mr Willl -- shall meet with ariihisnpj i 1t l1extt. SARSAPAR1LLA. mending it to the public. Sisi.

. l f f. jam g..Read, as above stated. Your petitioner A. M. REED Our assortment complete all: seasons of 'This Extract is put'up in 'quart bottles-it is : MOORE, eor..Grand &'Lvdiaa ttk.

I:; : further states that the United States and the constantly on hand a well assorted the year. '. LEE,,,JUDSON, & LEE.P. six times cheaper, pleasaixter, and warranted superior AlbanyAug. 1844. .

f f.: 1 owners of the said lands cannot contract or HAS ofGrocerieSProsi9ions. B.-B. FLEE, ; formerly. ;ofi.the firm of to any sold. It cur s diseases;without TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED i

Mf. : ngree for the sale or purchase thereof. He Lord &Lees,.and 4ate.senior'pat ner.of he original [ vomiting. purging sick ni71g'or debilitating the patient This Extract of Sarsaparilla bewtawS Dlt

:JF .:' therefore prays that venire may issue to the : DryGopos, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con ,and is particularly1 adapted for aALL ly prepared in reference to'female ,

?; *.''. Sheriff or other proper' officer of the'Circuit Hardware Crockery &c. viz.; nection he withdrew some time ago, has'resum- AND WINTER MEDICINE.The No f'malewho has reason f6 evin
suppo tkt ii
.i trt: t Court of Nassau County, requiring him to sum business. in connection with Messrs.'Lee & great beauty and superiority.of this Sar- preaching that criti-alperWd &
"the
of'i.:J mon a competent jury to be and appear before Superfine, Flour,in bbls and %bbls ; Judson, and assures his fri Iid /Jt.hat the new saparilla over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect take it, tbttzofj') ?
Pilot Bread and iJutter
Crackers sitisactrtaiapn.ventive .
::' ; your Honor on Wednesday the 23d day of May Sugar ; concern, shall have the .same'"pre-min nce in disease, it invigorates the for of the Numerous
r-,:: : :. next, at the Court House in the county of Nassau Hams,Bacon, Pork,F M Beef,Pickled Tongues.; this 'branch of trade; which formerly 'distinguished body, consumption cured, diseases to any which females ,subject'tttti and horrible!
Mackerel Codfish Salt Rice are
. ; : to hear and finally determine the value of Lard ; the .other two houses to whieh he be cleanse and strengthen, time of life, This
;< Goshen Butter Cheese White Beans period maybe d bjed
said'lands. And petitioner further consumption can be cured fcr
r"'. & tke your Irish Potatoes longed. June 2.5, 1847 2y several years by using this medici e. Koriiit
..: !; ;. prays that an order may issue to a competentsurveyor ; bronochitis, consumption, liver complaint, less valuable for thrjS'e who ,
: authorising and requiring him to Sperm Oil, Candles; manufacturers' Snpply Store. colds ,coughs catarrh asthma, spit- axe approaclhjj
; j, Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Ooffee ; womanhood, as it?s calculated to assist
the said lands and to make a plot thereof ; ting'of blood,&irenessinthe chest uarare
V survey Honor Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; SCHENCfe. & by quickening the, blood and invigontnjf 111
>r- : and report his proceedings to your on OSCAR : CO., iiectic ,Anight sweats,'diflr- Indeed,this
system. medicine
* before the 19th day of May next. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed,'and Pulverised cult inviloabltfor
Saturday or
If -' profuse expec'toration diseases
all the
.c No. to which
132 WATER STRICTCORNER PINE
OF women
that after Sugar; are lubjm.
further
. : and
b And your petitioner prays -:. painin
*:"**' 1: tke legal notice has been given to tke said Brandy tine Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Tnrpen. NE W-YOBKi the side.,&c.. It] braces the natural the whole system, rtnenpenMaeatly
energJtsy
:&' ,:4 'wners,their legal representatives and guardi- ; 'DEALERS IN have ami. reaovbj tie
of the
the value of said lands have London Porter,,Port, Madeira, and Champagne be impurities I'ody-not Eofarstmihtog
..<; dians, and after Wine Cotton, Woolen, Silk nritl Carpet 'manufacturer can the system as to produce a subsequentnlna-
ascertained in the manner prescribed by ; 'cured.'ProbaViy .
been
f: Cordials *' ArVicIo, tion, which is the case of most medicinej
Ifvt.- the statutes of Florida of 1845 and 1849, to the Confectionary, Preserves, &c. : there nherwa's'a remedy that ha's tales
knd after A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- AND MANUFACTURERS OF for female weakness and disease.
satisfaction of your Honor, survey tfJen so successful in desperate of consumption -
..; j-; ;I": thereof duly made under the direction of your Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins,.Boinet and Taffeta WEAVERS' REEDS. HEDDLES, ;as this; it.cleanses 'aw] strengthens the DISEASE TURE OF AND THE DROPSY.HEART RVf..

, .. : Honor, that your Honor will order and decree Ribbons; BOBBINS SPOOLS &c. system. and appears to heal the ulcers on the
:'f. .' the said lands to be conveyed in due form to Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'd and unbleach'dIrish lungs, and the patients gradually regain their NEW YORK,July, 22. J846.
DR.
be held owned and Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn 'l"O'Wl\'SEND-lkar Sit: AJy wife lu
: the United States, to pos- ; usual health a Strength.
; for the sale the latest
: of been afflicted
Agents improvedSHEARING with disease
aferesaid Cambrics Jaconet Swiss and cross bar Muslins a of the heart and
legged by them for the purposes ;- ;
'. CONSUMPTION.
CASE
OF
":';. '.. and that. a copy ohMs petition be published in Hosiery, Hdkfe, Gloves, Suspenders; AND NAPPfXS. ',MACHINES. 'CURIO-US' is but there with a terrible rupture for over fifteen y'ea!,
?" some newspaper in this State for two months Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osiiaburg; WOOL TICKERS, CLOTH WINDERS, There scarcely .a day passes area the greater part of tLc time. She bus btiD

:vv. ,r L I before the day appointed as in duty for the bound hearing.will And ever Wine&&.white&c, &cUmbrellasSilk and brown Linen DrilL, for pants, JtEGULATOR'S, SATINET \WARPS, &c: 'cured number( by the of cases use of of" .Consumption To? sehd1s Sarsaparilhu reported :as troubled tering of-with the heart shortness, which of breath has been nnd great very fltrt.tfe. ?

. ; jour petitioner&c. C. C. YONGE Gingham, and Cotton,in steel Oils*-Sperm, Lard and Olive-and Oil) Soap. The following"waft recently received: tressing, end has frequently been unable to fl
':," fray ; DIi. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir For the. last
Att'y and Agent of the United States. and whale bone frames; March 17, 1849. Sm : lee her bed. The rupture wssTcry large
;;. .;, .; Hardware Cutlery-Knives, Scissors Razors; three years I have been afflicted with general and severe bhe tried almost every rtniedy ftr '

:::! '. On motion of C. C. Yonge, Esquire, Attorney Nails Tea, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, In ustic !s Court-Columbia stage debility,'and, and'did nervous hot expect consumption'to ever gain of my the health last such taken cases but with three but little bottles benefit.of TTheVslehad cxcdleat
Trays your
: t. sad Agent of the said United States, ; : Florida.. at all.' After, going through a course of medi-
' I Collins AxesHammers County medicine she was entirely relieved ofthe diseui
. It is hereby Ordered That Joshua A. Coffee, Hatdhetsj;Saws;; ,
: cineuder the of some of the most distinguished
care -
of the heart and the has almost
; :.; ; Esq., of Duval County, in the State aforesaid, Carriage&c.Wrenches&c Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles :: Sam'L. S. Wester, .)' ATTACHMENT.vs. regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared., rupture .ea
I be and he is hereby appointed to survey the Debt .J
S4i5James
:
i : } .
; Board Health in New York and elsewhere
A few Rifles low r She has also had the dropsy and was
priced-Powder Flasks.A Bond very
iJ; .. 4ract of land in the foregoing petition men- Gooa Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. C.. Green... i,. ..). .,' led.tor; 92 'sjid spending the 'most of my earnings in ivtf much swollen. We had r.o idea that she twli
.; tioned: Defendant and all others interested emptitig to regain my health, and after read- be benefited. she had such
Ordered That the said Josh- Boots 4- Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's THE | so as a complia&a
it is '
And further .
. : :;. de make true and correct Boots and Shoes, of all ki ds. hereby .notified pf, the: comrneucemen -' ing in sonG paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved diseases. But it ha?,as strange it njaj.appear
L A. Coffee Esq. a '
: I 10 of this suit returnable to Jubtice's Courtto to tyi4j After using six I found it
bottles
of land with A variety of Fancy Articles Perfumery Medicines a ; relieved her of the droJIP1.. J am swan
;: 7survey.. of the said tract field together thereof and &c. ; be held at Johnsville 'for' the Ninth Distriiof done me great good, and called to's e' you at that this statement is' so strange as to ajppm,

a plat and the proper notes and field Jacksonville, April 15 1848. said county,on'the' 'first Saturday in April, your office; with your advice kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is,nevertheless sober
said
; :1 :'. that he return the survey plat of the Circuit lyCHAEIL"ES A...D. 1849, 'and to appear. and plead to the most heartily thank you for your advice. I per reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valuable .
notes to me the undersigned, Judge '
'tI same. severe in taking the Sarsaparilla and have been
medicine and should be used by
everyone
Circuit of the State DEV A A.L
t i .: Ceurt for the Eastern :Given under 'my hand and seal, this 20th able to attend to my usual labors for the last that is suffering as we have been. If any
in Du-
! r '. in the State aforesaid
J; nral Cetnty aforesaid, the JACKSONVILLE, E. F.t:1r JOHN W., PRICE, ,[L. s.] and your.Sarsaparilia to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have u1urc1emoDstnti n.
k duly certified nn or before Saturday 19th ; Justice of the.Peace, helped ure beyond the expectations of all that Yours
SALES in
respectfully
any part rff the Countyatt'e ld d ,
., of next.
' V day May to and respectully solicited. Jan. 27, 1849., 3m knew,my ease. CHARLES QUIMBY.. WILLIAM TOWSEK Jam -at
And it is further Ordered That the matter of
,
; V Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug., 1847.
: the said petition be set for hearing before me Jacksonville, May 6,1848 .DuY' 1 Conntr Tax Collector' 8alc. IY ..Slare ofNe-w Jersey, Essex Cowity, ss.-Chas. .D YSFEPSY.No -

the undersigned, Judge us aforesaid in the,, at State the Bricks for. Sale I virtue of the powec vested In me by law, Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on fluid or medidine has ever bees iiswjf ,

a Court House in.Nassau County, SUBSCRIBER offers B I have levied upon'and, shall expose fur his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the g88tm juice
the of the said for sale hard
:.: :,t aforesaid, according to. the prayer 23d of THE of the first quality manufactured sale,'before ;the Court-House door in the Town .true,accordingto the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing and strexgtiofflj

.t::5 : petitioner, en Wednesday day May by himself in the vicinity of Jacksonville at of Jacksonville, on the:.first'.Monday in June belief: CHAS. QULMBY. the,organs of,digestion. as this prepsraticj. .rfSaroiparilla.
:: : ro' next, at eie o'clock Ordered, p. m. That the low price FIVE DOLLARS per.thousand., next.;1849)) the following, lands, or so much Sworn and,subscribed to before me at Orange, :It positively cures every W*tI
.f. 1 And it isfurttier a copy of the thereof as:Vrtll pay the State Taxes due thereonfor the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia Jio1\cverscvCTe, or chronic.
will be for ,
They the
aid petition and of this order,be published for ready delivery by 1st day .
.tl ,
L the: 1348 !vi Justice of the Peace
: ,
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year BAWK AtBjirY iMi
DEe AR-rarENT. May 10.
period of two months before the said 23d of May next. Ho assures those in want of the :
.>* tht 2.000 acres of Land situated Nassau River DR. TOWRSESD Sir I have.been'afffctedfor
i ,
:
article that will '
they give as full satisfaction
of May next in The News a public as ivo
,
'. : day and Hou ton's-Cr 2 .CHILDREN SAVED.Very .
lands of 'JohnHoaston vonJ
'adjoining. several with
. any' imported at such great from the years dispepsia its
Jacksonville
and
.. r. printed published at expense
,
. I newspaper North. particular boundaries uiiknowu few families indeed-in fact we haveiot form,attended icith,sourness of st naJi'ki3
*.,< in Duval county aforesaid. purporting to belong Sandiford Holmes.A.A.CA.NOVA. : heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's ', *
W
GIVEN under my hand, at the City of Talla.husee Also tiles, well brick and Cornice brick willb appetite, extreme heartburn, and a |
i t'J. Sarsaparilja in timo lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of'food and week'
'for
furnished in j
quantity desir d. ,
this 2d any ,
* ? in the State aforesaid day of .
l Tax- while those that did not sickened and
' Ei F. ,A. BRILL. Collector Duval County summer. (what I could eat) I have been uxabletottAbut
A. D. 1849.J
t.t March. ; Orders be Deti. 4tby 18:8. ;Dec9"Cm died. The certificate we publish below is con- ft small portion or,. stomach, Itrirf"*
left
.
J .. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge &: J7 may at the, store of Mr. : my :
'.ft 2m Chas. DeWaal, in Jacksonville. .. I .. l.s.i.y. .. evidence its value, and is only anoth- usual remedies, but they.had'batlittle' ei."
*j ;.I. 3LwckO,1849. April 21.. 1849. M .> Adminislrotor8'd'oiice! .. : erinst'ce'of its saving the lives of children: effect removing the complaint I trasiiftt"ed

;... .. Land for Sale. ALL PERSONS*indebted 'to ,tho'estate of ', DE..TOWNSEND 'Dear 'Sir: I'had two children -I' about two months since, fo try your E.it1Et
; MORE HOME TESTIMONY George Church late of<'Duval ,cured by your Sarsaparilla the summer .
.4 FOR SALE between nine and ten thousand county, Sarsaparilla, audi must say with.little"
.'. a acres'of ,Land, situated in Nassau No. 48 Union Street, Boston,,April'18, 18.t6.; F la., deceased;will come forward and make immediate *- complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15 fidencebut after using nearly two'lettl ,*

1 .i. near Nassau and partly near St. I Mr. Seth W.Fowle-Sir: A sense of gratitude 'payment.:'!Aud''all'persons' whatever,i 'months old and the other '3 years. They were found my appetite restored and th'e.ieartl!?
partly ,
.;.!4 liar County,. ,Rivers being a portion of the Waterman I to you and of duty to the, public,::prompts me .having' demands against"! the:'said..Estate, twill.'render .very muph reduced' Iid we xpected; they would.aieJ'ltliey entirely removed, and I would eaniesfly. ;$
'e- '
them in;within twoyears uutLeAiJ. ; -'We given up by two respectable the'use'of ll---1-
it those'wto
:; Grant The above .is heavily timbered pine to make the following statement, which.if.ot.any. -. commend to
'ted hs the:-law-directs u>r'.thistwtice.will be' physicians.) When tho doctor informed uathat r'have-been. .Youts &
fI. land situated water courses service to you, is eutirel at ; afflicted as ; ;
conveniently upon your .disposal. !
I. $ with,the exception of about five hundred acres It may have the effect to induce someotfier suf .pleaded. in bar of 'recovery;!. ..' u jwe. musMqse. thenvweresolved' .to try your W:V. VAN; & 1).,.
. ., ; 'f to make '.' LAWRENCE)RYAN .Adm'r. Sarsaparilla we had Heard'so much of, but had N. rurchase but such
.f heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's rcrs a trial of-your invaluable medicine B. none as hajefipp-
:
River. The whole or any portionwill be sold which I can truly say, has literally snatchedme' Jacksonville..-._"f ."r.,' :Feb.- 241849.. 2m < '.little verrisfed. confidence that-is, wdnthlessbut there being so much iwe stuff ad-. t ers that hide the bottle coiapIefely'aaaUt*

., "S keap for cash., Apply to. from.the grave to which I was fast has. : i ( '01' wedid are very'thankfulthit the'. :written sign hire of S P.TOWN Ei
,. WILLIAM HICKMAN. tening. Last July I was attacked A dmIUftratoVd1Votjee- for. it undoubtedly saved Principal'Office, 126 FuUoit Sun Btftfafc
:1 by.a sudden .J\.," Six'AIoBTBS( .after date ish Ul to i the.liyesjjof.both. I write this .that,others
apply l '
t Jacksonville March 17, 1849. if' .cold-.whichrosuited: in a. severe / j; may NY.; Keddifag & e.8S&at .1 OIton;
I -_ _ _ _ with violent pains in the side very and chest. cough From, the Hon. Probate Judge;of Coluinbiancounty* 'induced. to,use, it." Yours respectfully, & sonS 132; ortb' econdPbUdeIP S
i; Notice. that.tim I'began to waste notwithstanding for :Letters f r of.'Dismission Administrator on JOHWWlLSONJr.: S. Hance, druggist c Baltimore: ,an) & eo.

; jtg&,: .THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the I I was under the treatment away of, skilful the,Estate of Henry Clefton,late of said count,, jril v Iiue*,Brooklyn, s pt.l;1847.} 'feichmond. P. M. fcoKenVCliarl. i ..1 t 1rnght.
.. Mr. llat1ion phys [ deai aaed. .11 m JOHN' LEFTON1.Adrur. "u : :1 fLVNA'l'IC/J.SYL'UM., ; t \
occupied '
a., J LHouse formerly by I icians.r" They prescribed for me in vain. 'I be- I &' :ct51 barfm New OrI0'Pei1t.
Bay street, [known .as ;Hart's old 'BoardingHouse came so much reduced that my.friends Jan. 27, 1849' I t ..601. ,. ; j .J&m CummingsfEeq.one of the Assistants .Albany fBi'Van Bu.tkitr. 'tJ7.bl
frankly
. ,)"and, is now prepared accommodate te told me that I must die, and that I was liable to ::-- : j.;---'J .a-.- .. L ...T. .. l. c.v.--v .in\hfi Lua A3. iumBlackweirsl8landiathe, ,Market s; d IBroadI.r1le1'' '; PJan

.. .. .any who may see fit to patronize him and as do so at'any hour. At this crisis, I heard of J TVrotice." l -SLt ,MoKtua after date,11 shall gentleman spoken.bf the f U itetx'RHEtTMATISM ': .principaV.Drnggists and ) erchants '
( : lures them t a.tno"pains will be spared to en Wutar Balsam of Wild Cherry",,by,wayof 'a jf present.my accounts and.vouchers as Administrator -I : "-i --> ..throughout the UnitedStWl( d

' .v their comfort. A commodious stable is atCached neighborwhose: life had been saved.by it,' and: of the Estate t'ofi4 Francis-Richard, l This is only one of'more than four thousand'onses" the'Cahadas: A'MCE Ak:,! "

to the establishment, and every atten. immediately sent for a bottle.. The effect< I'late,DuValjCountjj,deceased to.the]Honorable ": of rheumatism,that Dr.Townserid's Sar- t :'Jcksoni11c'' 1ttidA

:1 tion will, be'paid to'the horses of those travel duced was indeed wonderful. ,My physician on*, Judge Probate said county, jfor a final .parUlanhji3.iUcured-The, mot severe,and '' February 26,.1848SB ; 111 "

, I r' till who may think proper to stop with him. one of the most respectable in Boston, who hAd settlement of said state and shan;aiithesame, 0 ic.cases| are' weekly ,eradicated by itsexvirtues' ..( .- _
: time/ pl.torLet.t.ers. of Dismission'as : ej '- '. "?r f
.b A.W.RICHTONuksonville previously told me that a \ such traoraiary ; fcL L'iAtr &iP
cure was hopeless ; 'Ji:
Administr tor !IOf,whichall "
1848. persons.interestedin
E. F7 Dec., tf came in. and I informed him what I had taken ci i i.'sIsL1ND1Sept.14J'1847. .
and told him the good effects I had experienced' 'said Estate, aw dealrejl to.tke.notice/ .1 -": IDa TToW'SEKiHI>eor )3dW-L1NG
lo'formntlonVanted He examined the Balsam;, and told h to .STEP.HEN.FEBNANDEZr-Adm'r.: ( terribly foc/nine;'years withjtha rheumatism, j A1JLEYj ,.

OP EDWARD TIMMONS Merchant, who tinue the use of it; since which time I have con con < J'''nuo.rv''''.'-'iii'20. lR.19!A fI.H 4.' tfIS;'.8m"H' : .slderab\e.\ ftheune, 1. C9uld no:' eat,'sleep' 'SubscriberhasRecently"pSeiioJ
'ltt\"DabUn about fifteen 'yeam'ago for tinned to improve 'daily f and the :! t,' 'f) :or work f I had the most distressing afuS 'and BiUiaTd &
same physic & Matr 1i& "i i rta as 1 jgi"
'oith14r.M
Dew Orleans and is be ; c
supposed to at '
present Un who had 1 .0 ; 'my ufeWwerfeTterri61y fs wbllen; I have ov-
in Florida. given meup; entirely,' tofd'me a : Ab l tll..tLi i S "1lai i ; used .Bar Room, the spacious preiawes fonnW
Full the of iS" 'Ci '
on
particulars subject
fewdays since i that 1might yet live fouFbottles of y6ur Sarsaparilla;and they have ned by GpverhmenV'and eupltd.b1 R
mariy year?: lO'n CUr-ntg' lf "d f JI,1I
inquiry of his Ireland last : Ginger Frh B ;
letter to be'.btain ; al
4, can ;
year I: feel that I done/me more:than one thousand dollars worth '
am:now .recovered, and 'Jaihiiie7 i Ldn'casterJ>He' has alsojust finished.1p .
*& by-answering.this advertisement. ( thoiaiid.t t r1'C e IS rdmt8 olivei CA fJlUsh-
strength very day. MARY j" ;of(g 9(1. Lam.samuchj3 better. Indeed :I am connected his
ROWE.j Bowling ipi
Any information'respecting him will P n 'Cuta t 1UieH i\'J 6i2 II .Alley,-; '
be thank ,
fully received, bj We can'cheerfnlly. Mrs.testify Rowe td thV tMthfthabove '.?'i'ste InIt '.'it..1.ri..c' &c.1'ro'tleb' JuJ y' 11 I this entirely for the\f beVeBt!eu,;You f the'afflicied/at.liberty'to'nse_ ,, jiqent, and,at present the' only ihe-Fubli one ID Jwff MoDt"
.sU1t.etP.en having been an in-f '9 .w"J. 'ti t JH;: 1 vile wbichw1bop iO t
Cmudlor at CHAS. M. C. DELANY, mat o/our family for some months'past.- -' !:: __ _.','( v\t f'hofli71'1T: ')0"1 n i'1\I.nEED'.. 1 1.i Yours,respecflully JAMES:CUMM1NGS. '''day nexlrthe23dOctbberTas;. :. Ke.fia!!'beto | (
LarD. 69
Nassavt & New '
York. '
: WILLIAM.DENNET: III .i t.,;. A 8 COULD; NOT WALK.Sarsaphrilla qff great'trouble' and to ense t -'afford thUtflrt1.
m 8tm
April 28, 1849. 4w ( r'.,No1ct.1 I'litcDr I
MARTHAf'DENNET.'Ji .H.r ( ;Toinsend's 'is1he'e.., creation he trusts.JM* exerW l
; : b'RS ; Wealthy r { 'c
H t) "T'nt' :.J; .
.fI a ry.i b treni '
'
lr
. WM. s; LAWTON --A few single"and to, th6. / D1tid Jfor 8 complaints. there is' ;wlIl be rewarded ,2
3 6- : E atedt ; .a ." .
: Reinharit .
of
SJ
no dIsputing thousands .
tt ; i1n t thousanc18' CLARJCW'l ke> Ksaa
O ii ofz fi6n J' ,JOJIN always p on
perior.quaUty. for.ae ., }f Cty :deeasedz ves'oticherQby ; *" errti
a 'andlH
,rACTOR.AND'COMMISSION MEHCHANT .Dee.9. 00. ', ,"" (debilitatd'fe1ej'taV a'i ch'q est LIQUORS ; '. > "
, tr 'U s e !
_, } t 'ih '
-- _._; Wftw retbyThb8e'- seas S tciTI1I li feiii&1ea ii8zbSe4'w'u ja-"hite'els co!6d thia-o,1 fuIt'V1fl bound.1thjhimin '
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Charleston s. :'PORT ifND 'kdebtedto'Id s'i te ( 1
C. ONDON. ;SCOTjij nit s ke t irhe:I \& th : nJoymentiof'rQbUJ : tJ '
E. G.Jaudon .' ForMic 'by;. .f.)(' .A diate paymeaVt th' &$M mS&wS al. --.j pArtic1arac -. '.
RUE WNCES- ,Esq. near JaoVi 'I Mt REED. .healtJiJfm. ; ft. .-L .. ";1. iV' ( ; .t r ..9PNR1
.";ionTilleJ E.F.j Gov. C.J..McDonald, 'Gail; ; C. ._D'c. 9."f 'J 'f 4-ilt'tJ: i'itffbt--4; mands' ifiaftft t aide&a1' S>ai':p"! ntthen HP\ 1.l> !>*te r 'RfSf tf'Pfj ,I i11 1.t< Jacksonville. ... ... :Qct.TEE a "i" 84. : .. ,I
"Porman Esq. Charleston 8. C. Hobr> : r nt ..itl.tu 1 tiinF. .. D--D 8,: wife : L. U. !
; lJH c1r JB 'JPm1l1 ,1'f11 tJvtft YaJ f M ar ;My lias. f r
.. -
ei., r they befoevei'b4Ied j ; '! '
>l ** of this'hotlW1 th ycarvbeen( ; OptrHBr.ooitlDlW
Elmore,Charleston, S. C. < '.' AkAiV ".* : verysicl4 and ia it1reduced 1. RAGUE'&:ISTQRY
19 184& Or. EVER DESCKirTIOC. .t..JJdnN 0:RBARfiON.Adm'r.Ocala .. state 'of.health S ', BdD. t
February ly Ne.fly xteated at thU ,-being'"J'eduCedtby.avariety F ijale bT ,'Ji, :
Offlce Fla. &
March 2 lib 1849.
2m
; of complaint suJch as females are liabU Dec. .at

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