The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: June 9, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; _lIat wiU be made. rer before iny1.iofl1 ted States and- foreign'TiatJons,"-passed. March, I Jby-the_- board, ._'of".managers'of Jby.any' five of such the-value thereof not"to' exceed 'twohundred; I:: > thd 16catioii"of" thetaiidofficd'ia' the } ;

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! ;ua1e1l by a regular C1ItCOtner. By referring iF convenient newspaper,, two w eks before been;or shall be udeto"an'any n'e ditional land irtrictntheSu't| brff'I CQiIn,** '
I. aforesaid
iI I ota'terml the recpisite Bum may be ascenamed SSEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That wherepursersof I the day appointed for such" meeting:' in which, the'use and riSk,'or( ./fort 'after.the death, I. Approveiat: the prestnrsesdolf'oftoi* ;t&" be -I 11:
10 construed J
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the under the instruc- shall beset forth the time and and : mean Statfsj.1
I .dtranmkted with theO idveTtiStt1C ,navy, acting place objectof loss, r1Ja1)ndo mentVof his2 Jiori 'I .
with the nwnbeirfjMemoM tions of-their commanding naval officers have i such meeting Ai14.sy. Approved March 3.v184fc. ",1.1 I
marked ment shall be
deducted -
not from the'vahie n'. '
-Ad imenu :thereof, I; r __>1.j iC t.j&1toLth:1ONrth : l'1
made disbursements ior hostile 's8E. That ,
,will continued audi fqrbidI operations against 6. And beit junket enacted, every unless hesatisedot.htjfl satisfy tJi 'pZaymas .-' 1
I ,3fI.and required the enemy on land and which operations lot convey eddnsa, d.C P1 tar.Jahallbe, held by ter at the time madror'shall make, the {BtsbttmpPiBi'iJc, iKtflilf1,1JOI.NT : : i.

I charged for. have been approved by .the,government, such i thfprop'rie r thereof,'or1 the purpose of j sepulture 'm elitiorthereafter show, by, that pay he : pnrci ",4cope .
(TTFive dollars will be charged for all &!UIOUOCe.lIenll pursers snalL, under' the directions. of.the.President ; only,tnd fdr'no other purpose and shall was'remounted;'i 1' which'caae proof the deduction 'le8'otthe.Ge' i-! Naty Rcgut andLa 1r

,, candidate for ofcce. of the United Stat ;'be credited'for-tu'e amounts I be, deemed real estate,P\.shallnot. .be.subject shall,only extend to the time*.be:Iras'on foot Ruohed. by JtJai Senate andtalTcts'ofjhe H/qp. "il'
One square, for Slx MoBlhi< : $1 thus necessarily ''disbursed;'and such to the'payment'of any(assessment or tax'whatsoever -, And provided, also,1 It any-payment. shall have UnitedStcUuo< Jj ..IofII'_-

police to Debtor and Creditor I I 7 00 parts thereof as shall have been received,by of. : ,"nor'subject to execution 'or .ttac m.nt been,'or shall hereafter be.'mid&to'ani person r ess assembled, 1tia.t thVSecretary of-the Navy '

for Letters Administration 5 00 ficers of the army shall _be.charged.to and accounted :for any debt j,and, !the,proceeds ,pf the sale of abovementioned on account clothing"to which instructed to'purctucser and pay, pot,of the S 1i

l Application All religious notice* will be Inserted gratui- for by them, respectively. .'burial lots in the said cemetary shall-after.deducting ;..J heiras not entitled by law, such;payment shall contingent fund of department fbi ft sufficient 1'
1 TJ Approved March;1849. the annual cxpensesbfcemetery2 establishment be deducted from the value of his horse numberofcopieofMeeh1j and Wfitftr t 1
.or accoutrements ,
; 'eui't3. be addrelsed to '. be applied solelyAto the improvement, t "kp : General Navy.Regijter and tawa/'foHp h on* :1ft .

ur AU eommV'I.. must fPUBLIC-No.58.] '. "' extension, ornament, and preservation, the .SEC42. And-be'it'*further.encrt ?'That" copy toeach-commissioned. o&ter.noif io th. f'i4!
C. GlLLKTT. WS paid. said eiothry'aiid''hL11Ot be made any naval service and that the work t
JLCOBSTW; AN ACT declaring Fort Corington the State a scarce .person who ha* &ied0, shall sustain iam- ; be dis iUtttted
admissable personal communications'wil of : profit to the proprietors of lots or nKwbers' the to BacK oCcers:' Pratiftfdp/iwtewir That thd ,
(TT All New York-to be ajportof delivery, and ; age by capture destruction l>y'an fj
as d. n*m*. brother purposes of said corporation.SEd7. ,. : orl>y. the'abandonment or destruction*' .the cost shall not exceed three,dollars.per copy} t%
chirp by ,
be .
--. j flUi10T Job Printing must be paid on the Be it enacted by ihe "Senate. and House" of Representatives And be i !"enacted, That any per order of the commanding' BttaI the'command ApprovedMarch 3, 184fc' *\' : ,)\!

01 the work. I vf'thc United States 'of America. in son who:shall unlawfully destroy, mutjlate deface dingofficeror quartermaster of any borse-mule: '- .L., ; f\" 11,

tli1'er'1! Congress assembled, That the town of Fort Cov- injure, .or remove, any .tomb, monument. ,. 'oxrwagon, cart,,boat/slelghr' hafnes3-'while [RESOLtrrl P1.B N .13J : BjJ

s- I: ington, in the State of New York .shall be a grave-stone, ,'or other structure,placed in the ] such property was in the military -k nice of A RESOLUTION relative'to;the"J publitttwnt.
BY port of delivery, and shall be subject .to' the said cemetery, or any, fence' ,j1ing"orother : thr United fctateg,''either, by impressment or Ulg. : ;
'same uions other in work, for the protection ornament of auy : contract Resolved by tht Senate and Hovre ofjltpmextatives
.- regul: as. ports of delivery ; except in cases where' the'risk. to .
ACT A'lfD RE801.t1".ON8PASSED i the United States. S tomb, monument, grave-stone, or other"s'ue which the property: would be' 'C"posedwn.s agreed of IA*. UnitedState* 'of .'14:1Ccmr (4\41
AT THIRTIETH CONGRESS. SEC.2 And be further enacted, That the Secretary ; ture aforesaid, or of any pemetery letjrithinthe to be incurred by the owner; and any gtess assembled, That the Secretary of iH! Senate .

THE of the Treu&ury be authorized to appoint limits of the ground belonging to th.e. said,corporation : person.who has sustainedor shall sustain, damnge and the. Clerk of the'House,"and heclfrkof :
collector reside or of the grounds set apart'for the cemetery i by.the.death :. the"Joint Committee t
j a deputy to Chesapeake city, or abandonment and loss of Printing,jci !lpet' !
(PCSI.IC-No 56.] in the State of Maryland, to grant enrolments ;j or shall unlawfully destroy,'break.or any such:horse, mule,or ox; while in the service and they hereby are, author and wapb er- -'W,

ACT to transfer the towns of Vinal HaTenNorth and licenses to vessels : Provided, That'the compensation removes cut, or injure any tree shrub,or' ,plant ,aforesaid, in consequence of the failure on ed to examine audit,and' pass npori aflaccoufita t t
IN Haven and Islesboro', from the collection of the said deputy collector shall be | within the limits of said 'cem'etery';' or shall the part of tbe;{Jnited' States to furnish the for printing, to make a pro'rata'reductip'njjin

district of Penobscot to that of Belfast the usual fee of office and nothing more. shoot or discharge any gun, or.other fire-arm, same with sufficient'forage,and any peronwho; the compensation allowecL or to refuse CFk. .5
APPROVED March within the limits or at any 'object within the .has lost' shall lose \ altogether should it bemferior T "
Sute of Maine. 3, 1S49.PuBUc ,or ; or has had, or shall have t 't e stasd* .
In the same, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor ; ard and in all '
Be it enac2edty the Senate and House of Reprtjrtfcrirw 'destroyed by unavoidable accident, any horse, things to posa'ess' the saiae wjwer t
oftke United States of Americain Conpta [ -No. 59.] and shall, upon conviction thereof before any mule,.ox, wagon;cart,boat, sleigh; or harness vrthe public piintin'gas Is!conferred.up r.
? justice of the peace, or other court, of competent while such. on the Joint' Committee
assembled That the towns of Ve. il Ha- AN ACT to incorporate the Oak "Hill Cemetery vriiliin property.was in the service aforesaid t Printing by the :1

Xorth Haven, and Isleboro', in the State ofLiuenow ,.in the District of Columbia.Be jurisdiction Washington county i ,'shall be allowed and paid the value thereof joint resolution approvedAngust,3 J 1$4G; Pjo- .1
feD aforesaid, be punished.by.a fine of not less than at the time tided That it,
he autnority c6nfetr
entered hereby fsnall
included in the collection district of it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the service: Provided, t
five dollars, or more than fifty, according to the T* 1. 11 ___ ___ _'_*. -. only be exercised dosine the _}
the United States jn> ouaii appear mat sucn loss abandonment next reww n finn. !
Penobscot, shall hereafter be included in and of of America in nature and the offence and such :capture, .
aggravation{ f and shall
Assembled. That destruction, or death was without : cease at .the'commencement of {
constitute a part of the collection district ofelfast. Congress Lorenzo Thomas, offender shall, also be .liablejn an/action any the w *
; fault next session of
or negligence on the of the Congress.
John Marbury, senior, Edward M. Linthicum part owner of A.U
trespass, to be. brought against him many court the property,and while it was ROBT. C. WINTHRdPr .. !i'
and Poe such .
: Approve March 3, 1849.PTJBUcNo. George ,jr., together with other I nctu:1Jly.employ. S '
in' the
competent jurisdiction name of the ed in the Speaker of the House
service of the'United Representatives
States. Te& :1
become of lots in
persons may proprietors the ... ;
said to all such "'"- -
corporation ,
[ 57.] hereinafter mentioned cemetery, of a size not I shall have pay damages as SEC.' 3. And be it furthet enacted,. That the O. M. DALLAS, ? !. 41
; been occasioned by his_unlawful act Vi ePresident a&f .
ofthe'United"st" f
AN ACT to provide for the settlement of theleeonBts less each than three hundred square feet> and or acts ; which money,' when recovered, shall: claims provided for'under'this act shall be adjusted President ,SenatC :

i of public officers and others whomsj their successors and assigns, be, and they are be applied by the said corporation under the by the Third Auditor, under such. rules An1tOVED March 3 of' the. -' *- f *+:
Lave received moneys arising from mil- made hereby, a body politic. and corporate in 'direction of the board of managers, to the. reparation S as shall'prescribed by 'the Secretary of War, JAAJESi./Poft;? ; .:, .ti=i

t ittry contributions or otherwISe in Mexico. law, under the name, style, and title of "The and restoration of the property destroyed under the direction, or with the assent of the : ..is.

I I Be tf'enacted by the Senate. and House of Repref Oak Hill Cemetary Company," and by that or injured as above, and.members of the President' of the United,States, as well in regard S -5-. : ,;,IB.t .:i IS.1 ii
the Untied States America in Congress name shall be able and capable in law to have i to the receipt applications .. Ii
f ttatatvKS of of said corporation shall be witnessesin such-suit; claimants as the Election of Ju%&-ThiL I
assembled, That all moneys raise in Mexico and use a common seal, to sue and be sued to and if shall species and degree of evidence the : ta i. ;

j t by contributions, or otherwise, and receivedby plead and be impleaded, and to do all such other tomb or any grave person iu the lands unlawfully of the Oak,open Hill any Ce- which such evidence shall be taken, and manner authen-in of Pennsylvania has passed"a rp .'{i,

!1 uy officer of the United States army, or nary things as are incident to a corporation. metery Company, or shall clandestinely remove, ticatedwhich rules' shall be such as in the opinion for an amendment to.the.ConstitujIW. .: j
such officer the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That the of thePresident shall .. .:
; |hall be charged against on or attempt to remove, any body or remains be best calculated to obtain to give the people the power to'eleergress. ,
books ef the Treasury Department and accoun- said Lorenzo Thomas John Marbuiy. senior.' tllB. 'nhirnt, :nf. tJ..ifii.... .GILt.. _'._ .3't'o.ug z ; '
i therefrom, such'. person on conviction thereof -- -- --- a Qoe. regard their judgefht?;n a rphl ii4.
I Udfor by him in 'like ma-nner, as if the moneys ward M. Linthican, and George Poe, jr.,shall be in any competent jurisdiction 'within the county as well to theclajmsot individuals',jastice ,as : tr

I I collected and received had been drawn fl.owtbe managers of the s dd corporation, and shall continue where the.said .cemetery situated_ shall_be to the interest of the United States ;whi h rules ger' ati independent.paper, referrliigf o :i1

I treasury ofthe United States; and if any part I II so to be, until the first Monday in June, sentenced to undergo imprisonment in the penitentiary and regulation shall be published for four the. fact,.say s.: ? '-uii tt1 ; rJ.:

of said moneys shall have been expended for in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two on of the District of Columbia, at hard labor weeks in such newspapers, in which the laws of "It is difficult to imagine an objection : !-

I objects not usually embraced among those for which day, and on the same day in every succeeding for a term not.less than one year, or more the United States ar.pubIished.as the Secretary .to.this'popular mod eofeletib 1ri'''Judged -

which appropriations are made for that branch I yetr thereafter, there shall be a general than five, and pay -a fine of not less than one of War shail direct. 'SSEC. elect-Presidents 1 i I'

of the service to which the officer belongs, the meeting of the proprietors of lots in the said hundred dollars, at the discretion- of the said 4.' And 'to it further enacted That ? bjthestfrageqf ;
in the
; MAS expended shall not be passed to the c.metery, who members of the said corpol".l- court. 'adjudications of said Auditor ,the all people. without; distrust ing:their capacity ; '

: credit of the officer, except,in the case of an officer tion, of whom twenty, appearing in person or S S bove mentioned whether upon claims a- to.make ajadicioDSandWiae1re111'
Sec. 8. And be further enacted "That lots in such judgments be in
: of the army, on the certificate of the Secretary by proxy, shall form a quorum to transact all .faof or adverse to the lection. We eIect-Governor3ayj*
the said cemetery shall be i divis.iblOantl claim shall be enter : L
t of W. r, that the amount expended was business; and at such meetings on that day, in upon ed in book Commissioners :
provided Senators
the death, of in the by him for that ,'Eepresejbtative
t properly disbursed, and for the public service, each and every year,the said proprietors of lots, any proprietor-of-aoy i and under his direction purpose. f .
said cemetery he or she being a member of said ; and when such Congressmen and SfierifiialjSequal !
judg .
t tad, in case of any officer of the Navy, on a like each being entitled to one vote, and no more, tbe ,ments shall be in favor ,_ F
devisee of such lot the 1reir- of such claim, thaclaim- _
certificate ofthe Secretary of the nary; and on shall elect four persons from among their own corporation, ,or ant'Or his legal and-some:them fJar.upera: ft11
: the adjustment of the accounts of the officer, ifany number to the managers of the said corporation at-law, as the case may be, shall be entitled to to the amount thereof representative. shall be entitled importance to the .Judiciary. Tjxett
;; !
all the aforesaid upon production
privileges membership as of r
balance shall appear to remain in the hands : for one year from the day oftheir election, and ; a
thereof elect
certified why not 1 Too
be thin copy by-wd Auditor Judges : -
and if there more one or heir- at the _many e I' !
the shall '
; of such officer, Mine be paid into the until other shall be duly elected in
managers at-law of each lot the board of fort treasury of the United States. tertain a dread of ballot-box ,
treasury flf the United States for general pur- their place; and if there shall from any cause managers .t.het *! nU t
pases. And any such officer having such balance whatsoever, be a failure on the part of the proprietors time being shall designate which of the said Sec. 5. And be it further enacted.. That in alt in- warranted by the truth. ilOhlUiey! .f

;t ia iiis kinds, who after being duly required of lots to make such election on any of devisees or heirs-at-law shall represent the said; stances where any minor has been, or shall.be, exclaim, "but the Judiciary It ought S

shall refuse or neglect to pay qj er the same the days aforesaid, the managers holding over lot and vote in the meetings of the corporation. ; engaged the military service of the United to be independent!" 'Sor' Dgl;' j
shall continue in force and 'ani 1 I
who shall after due notice fail"to which designation until States was or shall be provided with
or settle his shall appoint some other time for proprietors of a
- r accounts,shah be proceeded .gainst in the same lots to meet and make such election, and shall by death, removal, or other sufficient cause,, another horse or equipments; or with military accoutre- this is the only waylo make itind P9\ J !

; Banner as is provided for, by existing laws, in give at least six days previous notice of the time designation shall become necessary; and ment by his parent orgunrdian, and has died dent, Besponsibility to th'e .people.fo j I i! I

tie case of disbursing officers who neglect or and so appointed, by an advertisement, some in making such designation the managers shall, or shall die;'without paying for said property,! their ,acts, is the: only safe .rule:forill (.
refuse and as far as they conveniently may, give the'pref- and the same has been, or shall be: lost : : j
t) account for moneys drawn from the convenient newspaper, the managers then ,. captured public servants. -Then' i
erence to males over females, and to proximityof destroyed, orabandoned in the manner dependencyu son t
treasury f the United States. And all moneys elected shall serve until the recurrence be- :
f I(TtceireJ by any officer either as contributions I,. of the regular election, and until others have blood and priority of age, having due.regard fore mentioned, said parent or guardian :ehall correct publicopinion for_ :supportis "

. :' or penalties,or as internal assessments and com- been elected in their place; and in the event however, to proximity of residence.SEC. be allowed pay therefor,on making satisfactory the best safeguard to society.for.tha: 1ft
: in board of 9. And be it further enacted That it shall proof,ns in other cases and the further and of their
f fe fensitionj granted by the municipal authori- of any vacancy the managers by proof honesty justice actiOi.j 1
f ||," ties,as well as all sums received by any officer death, resignation, removal from the county,or be lawful for the said corporation to take and that he is entitled'thereto by.having furnished -___ .; .. .t t }

cr 1geu, acting as collector, shall be charged otherwise, the continuingrmembers of the said hold any grant,donation, or bequest, upon trust the same. S S., .. .tuu 1.t

tojtnd accounted for, by such officer or agent. I board shall have power to choose from among to apply the income thereof, underLh: -direction .SEC.6. And Is it. further enacted, :That in all :re Blacks atthXortA.-\T flnti.

1 ) h the same manner as in other cases provided i the proprietors of lots in the said cemetery a of the board,of managers, for the .embellishment instances where any person other,than a minor paragraph, in.a Baltimore'paper,-whieh I

i M b this section. manager to fill such vancancy, and the person preservation, renewal or repair other of has been, or shall be, engaged in the .military but.4oo (truly n hcA es'l'the wretr $ Ii

s EC.2. And be further enacted, That wheret. so chosen shall have power to act in the premises any tomb, monument, grave-stone, or service aforesaid,and has been or shall be, provided condition '.of *"' e ; f

,t. \ officer has had the supervision of the collection i ,in connexion with the continuing managers structure around fence, railing, or other enclosure, with a horse or equipment: or,with mili .a great portion I4' i

s .j of the military contributions at any of then I in every respect as if he had been originally or any cemetery, lot orfor the planting tary accoutrements by,any person,. the owner blacks. in Northern ,citrea.Vli, tale* .JJ i {
and cultivation of shrubs flowers
ports in Mexico, and has. at the same time, excused appointed to said office by this act or elected to around any trees or thereof'who hasrisqued, or,shall take the risque hat.Officers.;Bay aud Teal,::whilst engaged { I t

e civil functions, under the temporary the same by the proprietors of lots at a general plants the,in,or any. cemetery donation Ipty according of such_hOse, equipment, military accoutrements yesterday. 'under the 'direction) doth

0. prtrument there established, or where an of- meeting; and a majority of the said board of to terms of suchgrant, or bequest; on himself,,and the same has been,.or Board of Health; I$1 j'
a other bhaU performed thet. shall form a to do all busi and any court having equity jurisdiction with- shalibe)lost, captured, destroyed : } in removing: t
:- ik? person have I managers quorum or abandoned -
in the in which said is situa- some
county cemetery in the before degraded negroesfro'th_aijoqse"irv t
: Jj j Attics of collectors at such ports,each officer or manner mentioned, such owner ; :
:JPhl1sull be allowed a compensation which ness.SEC.. 3. And b& it further enacted, That the ted shall have full power and of jurisdiction such to shall be allowed pay tfierefor, on making satisfactory Elderry sireet,.foutrd, ia" oneofther. 114\
the due trust
_ &il be assimilated in amount as nearly as may said corporation acquire, take, ahi hold, compel performance < or proof as in other cases, and the furtber rooms the:body 1 C'a tjolored'-womaiiv*

-n. H| it including i the regular pay and emoluments in fee simple, by gift or grant, all that portion any of them lot in, said upon cemetery a bill filed for by that,the proprietorof .proof that he is 'entitI thereto. by having furnished who had been'dead for four JaysJ tf

e HI tf Mh officer,to that allowed by existing laws of a lot of ground in Washington county, in the I any purpose.SEC. .the same, and having taken the risque .; ip l
JI to ceera of the customs in the United StatesJtert I District.of Columbia, commonly called the Rock 10. And be it further enacted, That the on hb 1selt which- -was, in, a_ state. .of. the,.'most ,horri., !.

i the services are similar in amount and I Dunbarton, which is bounded_ on the south by is said hereby cemetery declared property to be shall foreVer be,inalienable and the same.by SEC. 7.And be it further enacted,.That in all caSeS ble I putrefaction ; the..inmates'of ,tha. IJ to

porUnce: such allowance in all cases to bewmaiaed the northern boundary line of Georgetown, on the said corporation and, to be exempted. from where ,.horses have: beencondemned by a house beiog.t\vo.inditrerentt' the4 bf :
the President of the United the west by lands of Captain William M. Boyce board'of'officers *!. S-T- t v */-,
p. by all public assessments and, taxes, ,so long,as the on account.of' their unfitness i .fensive'8pectacletO; iak bi es t 6 t
T. fc I a**** And all officers of the army and other on the north by Rock Creek, and on the east by -for.service in .consequence.ofthe.government '
shall remain dedicated to the'purposes ofa to have it buried byribe auk
J* oiia public employment, who have recei- land of the heirs of Lewis Grant Davidson same cemetery. S failing to supply forage, .all-.such horses and thomies.steps -* .5.;cltV. -,, Jj' !

''or 'M payment for their services in collecting, deceased, containing about fifteen acres, and March 3 1849.PuucNo... their equipage shall ,be allowed and paid.for.whenever .' 01'3; S ; ;.
)tt 1Sr*w accounting for said moneys and for any other lands adjacent thereto, not exceeding Approved the:facts ..shall. 'proven, by legal S .. S ytlc*"* i t .1
S *te necessary services, ore authorized to re- in the whole fifty acres ; and may takeand hold [ 60.] and i&tisfactoryvldeuce, whether oral orwrit.: .Warning to. Svtahern* .Pvstmtutcrt.: t

eo. {** ttach of the amounts so received a in any personal estate, not exceeding ten thousand ten,'that such condemned horse and the equip. TbeNewYork-TtibuneinoTmufhat} R-
bt & the President of the United States dollars in value, which said land and personal AN ACT to provide for. ..the payment of horses t
: "Joioaof age was turned over to aquaretmAsterofthe 'i
th 1111 ftj &r compensation for said services. I estate shall be devoted and applied to purposes and other property lost or destroyed,*in aBe the- army, whether.,any,.receipt therefor was given .( r W! 1u# .i'! O; r "i; i i S'.

of .".A4 be further enacted, That whereby : connected with, and appropriated to the objectsof 'niilitaryservice of th 1Jh ted States. and produced not. ? deputy recently.refused. 1o.deIiier4 f ;

'Uiocs triss in respect to the refunding of i a cemetery or buriaA place, the establishing; it enacted by the &nat a* ,lloufeof.lepre-. Approved March Ohio paper,;tinged-with ,Free SoiJ.bh. t !

111 tcier collected. in Mexico, or the remission of : maintaining and improving of which .is:hereby sentatives the United States! of America.in Congress -1 '11849.., ,. c. been removed by .tg.en. .Ta.tI* Iii
.nd the for which said cssembltd That field or staff or other S i f '
imposed, on the ground that the col- declared to be only object any : "
'* .c fRESOLUnOHPuBUC No. o.j] good Whig James: U Wharton
officer. mounted militiaman plnneerrsnger : M '
*u improper or the penalties wrongfulthe corporation is created. ,J : < :.
the same shall be referred for the SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the or-cavalry, engaged in the service' of the United'Stat ;JOINT RESOLUTIONS. ir U t-ot jrart'sers fdrerEdtoro1jie:Wheeling. T.II., f i3

-of the Secretary of the Treasury, who said board or managers shall choose one of their since the eighteenth f'Suneihtden ,I in :the'-navy, as to'experiditures1,made has beeu appointed*. :: \*'i .

- hereby authorized and required pay, un' own body.to be president thereof who shall be hundred and twelve, orwho ehal), hereafter,be t in pursuance of'orders during the_.war with;: ,' _-_._-_ .,_ _... JS1"f :
i: 2J direction of the President of the United also president of the said corporation. They in said service and has sustained, or hall8 stain r Mexicoand forother"purposes. :\ S 1 S. .-

73 out of the in the treasuryr-.1 shall'h .'e power_to appoint all officers _anda-c: damage without 'any1 faultier"negligence Resolved by the Senate and ffouof'.Represen.r: Xort4Iern'IMhhthzons.Tbje7ryoZStateuntb 1 t
ifnrll Antbl money his while) in said by the,loss of tatives vfihe United States of America Congress'assembled resol
utLOnS such sums as be deter. gents necessary for the due and regular transaction :or part, service j ; 1tioaautborisiig fi
kiebyhimto have been improperly may levied of the business of said institution, to assign I a horse in battle. or by the loss' of a borne ; -ThatHheaccounting' officers of the him ;tOt state the numbeodicre .
4tel we4 them severally their duties, to fix their !:wonnded in battle lid which hiis died or''shali ;:treasury:are'authorized'and directed:to _credit. ;
to '
as or
contributions assessments { granted in 51ddriWj1M 'fi
lDd compensation and to, require, if .deemed expedient die:of said wound, or,being,so/wounded shall pursers/of the'navy: 3witK'paymentsTnade by Connecricutj ti

011'- t Adbeit further enacted, That where )'of any trne rsa1d-.otficers abond with II be abandoned by order of his officer* and lost;. them for carrying'ori'hostilities against Mexicoduring 1 years i# ing_/Ti13OrjI84 j ; %)" yeppri i .

lntitie rendered for expenditures under approved, security for the'fathfm'performance' !,or ISI sustain damagVby tbIoss of any-bfse the late war-with that repnblicwhether that'from;records of the SuperioztCoiyivascertain

: .' ** l shaU have to ';by death .abandonment>ecauaetof4the tuna expenditures wereTnade. on land orwate: J d tfeat-517!
. 4&l & 81nction of the proper o cersJ of their duties., They power Uj. 'I ; or : ; : } lirtrte|[ ; r .
sb- : :; J to voidable dangers of the sea when on Aboard an \!Provided *The;said-payment' 1aVij"bee ,
11S2 *y appear'to have been proper-and .out aril ornament the cemetery grounds ; erect ;= !m&de-under'ord had. beeri anted ihttHafcluAiffiffI F
enclosures and buildings to United States transport vessel/ because the jj'of the t ial officer lnf corn.: ,

5ODut 10 .. Prtion5 CilAno be settled to the'object for the to want which of lay all out necessary sell and disposeof bnriaVlots;-to make; I!United; States failed j to,,.supply.transporlation.. (mhtifl,' ''approved:bytiSecerj". l r i.l.FJ'ersare ,in'{tb E1, S ,!lLin j1 ri OJS I

n .t tiel h1 applicable out of thelM such'by-laws,.rules and regulations as"they for the horse, and the owner was compelled by :Navy: ;An I provmde lhat satifactory 'vouch., : .the.LegislAturcf!mo;were grorted'jft
;-'i LUle8aae be paid : :
may ?order' bWbtrkaud.1eathiint n i ?officer*'tflfann- ; produced to"es ablish"such mentsC .
? SSS11 fund on.the'approval of the-head I. deem proper for conducting the affairs of..said 'the of i pay : ) 1845,and the number. increased annual .
ioU t* at having harge'orthat.branch company, forjthe government of lot-holders and $ infCpn equencQ ofthejUnited SEC.I 2V Aid bebJurtkTe3oh'ed.vTh&: 'evt.., : :Ivti11in" lwhenn:&itof fif.

(? eat to which thf eaditurff visitors to the cemetary ;-and:'for:,the sale and ; States failing to supply sufficient forageS ,- sbursemehtofpttblic'6nejsar disposal of. teeni-- .1 S -.a't_ or'1. J 4.. .
apperitfurtner '
tb exf 'conveyance of lots in the said cemetarybjIndLvidua ; -. pfbecausethd'rider was 'dismounted'and ,s'4e4jrqIkhis pnb1IcEadebrdirtfftnycommanthngoffi ', .-,,.Th' 't: 441TUJ """ 'If,v _S i

lIES, :I ZCtUndbe That wh proprietors r and in general they shad P rOordprc4O'd9' p.g tjr'on t of; thefnavy/irmch''; be'bbjected; toby :T'1t"f'-! fl1ttOt1QItreTy ':. iJI4.Ya1'H H.7
enacted ere :
foot at a station'detached from his house, or, ; the accounting 6fficersbf the treasurrlti.the i u1iiiui tlr.li
111 and 1
ttditnres ;
.:1 have been made in the course otS have the management superintendence;. 1! r ? ; \ vDisbursing S ..
: 'Trkk business.' (wh'en the officer In the immediate cotnniahd.or-1 ttt minI offficer ;e tS'W' fJDi: iab : I;I' u toooo. JPI.i4J.oJ. ?
'care the upeniiitur .I
& Mexico by the commanding:gen- of property, of Le edo saaU.prder.th? hjw tnrne4 P.ttk tft, h ur.t tti l SiJb; U W 1ftoUch
the said corporation] .
4 nnIer. their,directions,for the secret: and:prudential concerns commonshe office 4 : ; Tla" ti1i
Wrazeln the wood'prairies pr -, t hX': n ndiflgtofficer
e lCCOunta therefor shall be adjusted and the/shall make A report,of their doings failed 'shall1. hose'orHeV ttch73isbursmentA : j'.I\'l'f.'ii1jG |I!
___ edt In fit'each annual meeting: fcaisetke United States, ; or fait.Ho' sbjf or disposal ))
: D the'same manner as is prorideliiaccounts 'the corporation: ... foyfrSMfti&e IpflWfM.<. wlhe I [was Bwde'shall beheld IccountaMe r xth sam# *- #- t .
supply roffift.01 the
t.ment or for expenses inforeign'- the said proprietors of.lots.&ibAn& if' ; .j iP/oi iJ public opinion.for.: next._ ? .'
thereof or.for he loss o(:necei.try Thatsatisfaetbr/aTi .
S zt 'between.he U ted 8&&tM ad I, --.,$ beit furttet aaxetef//Ttot gpecialI equipage in consequence of thelosa, 'flh1'1J ; the'p rymentof puUi'c-montyaor dis- 'as. ..&Ha*W'fltky-wu four ywrt ago. :. fi
-uMer the act eu\it1cd 'Airftct'pthi.I .' ..IIfUH bbs'ofthid corpon.tlOD'r : v ; ". 5 -

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.LV .d $ l ofr stated in a line' You were herfr-tojd:,.thatif ,..feshionedffroar-the"Very;. ruinfofylhevvM THE:NEW :C i.KrTOB, AT ST. AUKf .

., .,t.: Appeal a'ay. {7''II !U'!.!, .1 ,i,I the attempt-was .nfade tqc elect you as a.Whig i&tVi. I m> ?'t p 1': .:\ tVT1NZ .. .t > rll1 't .i it TALY t

'4. Oct. _..-# _".'.. .. and Whig l < State of Pennlva- JPI V GE6ao't..To LnAJHSl; J {$ ;Information has
4" "" "'' '!' 1' upon pe beer "
$1 ** ''We si iheVibington I that thePresidentihas T
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papers ceite4
nia would certainlybe jost to Taylor"asd the. President iwcbary Tf'1101"t f ; Gaeta
t1 j In compliance with Mr. Lippard's request A thiS ,,1} we lay-the foltowitfj* communication before our country. ) im.e -K. Sanchez,'collector of the Port of St. Augustine ,hriigortWe iehianee' :"
I believed thTtyour election as the candidate made :
.:2 / ftrea4erf.-is a bo1ds.thfl2ated&fld5tIrUgP- TiUNiW'sVV this selection is believe satisfactory ,
..; -i>t>,:peat t.be'resLdent.; 'We have no doubt, with of the people would" subserve' ,the best "., .....- .. ."-,- ,,- ---- ,.: to,a-majority of,the inhabitants,*w o. of, St. Au peopl French; Rome to"lh&!nt'ran _i r' .,
interests of the A d
author that thousands of'.Democrats were : country. was"youf troops into the 'ci .
: i. .uitt ; gustlne'and congratulate Senr. Sanchex oa ; f
: f. !
to this letter which appealed to the beet ftfed
reply that WuM
: .
! l>)?induced vote for Q en: Taylor in consequence the distinctioiiconferre4Vupon.,by,Qeneral_ iiot return to R
of nature? On the 9th August
of his and.te doubt not*that almost feelings your such rne
pledges a and
t. ; t
price U
'I received which I annex:' *= TayloiP'a j ,
\ : all.of them will abandon.h administiatiouj in your answer, d.1o. .:

1!.I/ ; \";.consequence of.iia having,violated-these pled-" b [Private.] BATON RouaEi()'J u17 2; 1'848 '' \? Che' r going is the, .substance of aneditor-, transmitted Naples V a "nielsage'du,'to, the KjDI ;

..! "t j 1 .'Tge& __ !: I DEARjSm: our..letteJ.oUhe ..ask- .. .., -., .. V' wbichrappeared in*rNew Orleans paper of .nCGen d not id .l d

"b t: .:'". ?' The following letter carries'force with it, be : 'ing"bf 1A: line or two"in regard.',to. 'lay.posi- 4 ,. the ilth'May:''yclepol;'pararcflfen: .:' I1Patria. ; them! 16 refrain fronfany 'faeainst ei
; '
3 |V. caose'it main statement ia true.. .Gen.: Taylor candidate for the has been i. qK f.w : q;) V 'n' J .+.. i.* -' 'VV .Rome. In ,
1 tionasa Presidency .
: -' elect dwith thevote [: '.. .: > themeantj
;i; \\ c uld'Duer.h Te been ut received. .' ', ''' .1 .French General 11, .
: .j ,of theTaybr.pemocrat8| ,. undo he coulu.never duly : 'v,This Outrage J 'ia.a/-Ufaricn. *County.": .1 make no quarrel with the author of this has.ben reinforg
In reply I have osa .tbiIath nota party -- ? > 'tf rf. .
i II .1'i It',,.hate 'obtained,their :votes without the pledgesi candidate,',and. elected,, shall.not be the President J, ..iur _readers\vill-.'-. *! : learntwith S :i ., V regret article,'about his attachments or..congratulationsto twenty has thousand addnJoonl.trooP'a V

i :: \ which hegar the We call the readers which.attention of "a', party.but 'the".President .ofthe, ,the .intelligence of the brutatckrsp; his i friend :Don Santiago, but notice his. .effusion now a large andwelJ ipSJ
", pi particularly to correspondence pas- ; under his ,
and Gen. during whole people. ... J. '' merely tq,.correct. s.fl error. His relationsofamitywith command,'and i r
r' led between Mr. Lippard Taylor on Mr. Madison, of Marion .eounty.w .- ; mined >
I am,'dear sir, with high'respe t and regard, ; by:a ngle S
: ,; : the campaign.The General's letter to Mr. that,.individual ; .be a thing combined! '
rnostobdient servant : e'uriderst8ndtnelcauseto'
: L. has but Mr. L's your have 'beenV: to capture the city. 'ifjenthusiasin'of ?
e i.; ,: frequently l.f '.published' ... Z. TAYLOR. V \ f.r J'.t: "lc" .. of interest-, a matter of taste; if the former, '.tniri hi
letter to the General is now foruthe first time V this. Madison Dr. JB.. 1. the
; i : Mr. Romans
: 7
j Oeorge Lippard,..e.s.,Philadelphia Pa. I > .,- V the fact affords'to; rib for are at
) me" apparent cause
::! .: ''given to the world. The latter sheds light upt .' T ? -- .- _> ., .* highest pitch, and e
; 1 ; "''On the General's. It, shows why the General This youwill remember, was after you' had Byrne_were >Tidingr'together' : past' lhe4 V ,marvel and,if the Utter, I have barely say- Avill be sustained u 'tI1
; ''
V -a1-
\ '. J :; :: '.wrtte. Ms letter and how it is to interpreted: accepted,the.Whig nomination,in letter.which.. Ar.plantation f- A. .of' >uri -o and ,witnessed. "de gustibus non,"'&. -The objectionable feature and by the numerous}&) $tcadb
said nothing at all about Whig principles.The various defences
',? i. PaiiADEiPHUMay 22.. i49. some\ ir\humanr Dfor the field of bis article ia its the' of the CIt1
24th atm
.0 i: ; publication,of your letter of July ...... assumption'tnat appointment .fren.areby t
'* ::2. WUl youpardon me if I make bold to say a .the .f' r : flPin. ans.cer'' 'or
excitement people of'Safltiagb R Sanchez sometimes
i .t : created a great among hana.Li himself' and. his overseer ( "CP.S!. All IUc.
,:. feif words with in ofthe rea- accounts
: ; you explanation and politicians. ,, t "\ concur in f ,;
r J eterst) a source of gratification "to ning
; '0 : onswhUh induced me to support you for the Whig papers in New York denounced it as a Meadows :The brutes had ,actually majority of the inhabitants of St. Augustine a that it will be utterly impouihJ

Sj I f. .,officeofPesidentofthe United States These -Locofoco"forgery., The .North American in to restore.the' ever
. : 1- also idea of the motives caused .u woman to.be torn pieces bp The,assumption is an egregious misrepresent&tion.ot temporal power ,0 ,
'' 'f reasons, may give Philadelphia, (once ,the organ,of Henry Clay, .Pppe in. form. tlt
: :; .. : c : ;Which: swayed'hundreds of thousands of your and now the Northern, organ of the Secretary their dogs. Burleson and Meadows the state'Of public sentiment on the subject The any

: lellOw-citlzeos. .. of State,) seized upon.the,word ;Private," and afterwards V indicted for this and should not tin-reproved There combined 'of .Europe
,were cruelty pass ,
illl; r I amno'p liti & I never yet asked,for an in columnsJassailed the towhom' would be insufficien7toon
weary person t.a..c
. .," office and certainlv shall not ask one at your the. letter was --addressed, as ,the. betrayer of by the Grand Jury of their :county, exists in St., Augustine ,strong feeling (whether the throne of the Vaticanwith bll\&igaill

.. hand speaking to you, I do not lay claim your confidence.: Utber journals Downer, 1ia'seem have" well or illfoundei I leave others to signify,) : and king.

: :.. ; to any political influence. lam backed by no which,circulated among the masses, hailed this to esolved'upon re against the Don, wholly contradictory of La jy sacerdolal-pbWrr 1idioC

;,.., !: 'clique: I control ho body '1'voterS : I only letter with unqualified approval, and placed it' :venge. They accordingly 'waylaid) 'Mr..Madison Patria's note of praise; and there is little risk feeling .completely mrnld against

, I speak to you as a citizen of the, United States, at,the head oftheir columns as "the great creed '. him, and. ,hs, former glory has
' 1 and the near Orange Springs as.he of mistake in the suggestion that if the Paned
."having no influence beyond my vote, a'truthwhlch'i nd watchword of the Taylor party 'qUe8tion. forever. Most frightful

;ifj f utter. I must frankly tell you, that had you not was riding home. attended by a single .of his ,elevation to the trust he has man in 'some of.the detailt.ilre''
fL; In the year'1847, while member of the Democratic made the declaration embraced in this letter I to of had 'papers of Priest.
aged get'hold been left to the people
felled .
servant him to the with
J ground being dragged forth
;: ; I Association of the county of Philadelfo r(ne could not.have advocatea your election, at decide it would from their biding 1
:!:1 ,I.. c'. phia,I began the first of a series of four works nor given you my vote. Certain it is. that a club, stabbed him in several places, large have been negativedby places by the populace, and havinc
'.;: of Mexico. That first book of a vote of four to one and it is I told
the'history am
: .upon' without, this declaration, (soon followed by your 'and left him f dead. The ; been ruthlessly put todeatb
;/ the series, was intended to comprise ahisiory Charleston could,' .have servant escaped to
i letter,) you not gainedthe susceptible ample demonstration that he obtained have been divided into
I' t of jour campaigns: in Mexico. While writing vote of Pennsylvania, famous for her old ,,. and orocured assistance. Mr. it not' at the instance. even bv the small piece mrl I
-- --- -- ----' or thrown :
I. 1 into
that 1 with the '- -" --- Tiber but
) work became vividly impressed Democratic majority of "twenty-five thousand. tbe/
.f: #i ', frankness the iron common sense, the unswerving -I What was the result of this letter,and of the Maaison'aJterw rds revived sufficiently consent of his own (the Whig) party, but in direct judged to be fabrications. Ifl'i I

:.:;;t:i 1 sincerity of your character. Sick of the excitement immediately consequent upon its to make a deposition before a magistrate opposition to the expressed wish of a vast Intelligence has been receive Tbv

.", :: warfare of parties, I looked to you as the man publication 1, The Whig party in'Pennsylvania but relapsed into majority of that party, as given in their almost telegraph at Paris from Gen. <
insensibility OadiDOL
I. who had been called by Providence to put an forthwith dropped the very name of Whig. ,
; Iv I end to the bitterness ofthis warfare, and is unanimous recommendation of a thoroughly to tbe 13th May which
: mercenary They stored it away-perchance under the sep not expected )live His skull stafes-U c
'. .i j I f by assuming the position of Washington-not ulchre of Girard's squandered bequest, maybe fractured qualified different member of it; but rfimporte, there was a 'strong probability ihat: fte i
was in three from
" :* h with parties, but in the hearts of the people. under the ruins of some broken bank-but you one that is, a thing among themselves,and let them French tooops will be permitted
r. 1 And this idea of your character, embodied in well know and reader of the know of which' the brain protruded. to ea
every papers settle it as they can. ter Rome without
;f opposition.
I .the work o which reference is made, was dif-- In the
that in battle
the late the
_t' ; fuled by its pages among a class of voters entirely -' not under the name campaign of Whig, but was under fought the, By yesterday's mail we learn that Don Santiago having been (albeit, most unworthily General's despatch he mpg; 'lereril

4...,. :.' distinct and separate from the Whig paru names of Taylor and Fillrnore." Burleson has been seen in a hammockin ) inducted into 'station, might so far as propositions in relation to the aabmis-
J :1 t. ty\. a class of voters who, imbued with the progressive The Democrats asked to for I concerned 'have sion of the
vote am been left have
Jrr were you as i that undisturbed enjoyment city been made
neighborhood which has since : : .to pie
': spirit of Christianity, are opposed to ,
!. 7 embodied the independent candidate-the candidate of of it, had his unwisely zealous friends which auger safety to Rome.. ,A .letter
the. the
< principles of Whig party, as been
the the who had carefully guarded. We
people-as man nofriends to soon 1
ii' ; # .itie history of the Whig corporation of Phil- reward, no enemies to punish-in fact,as Zachary may been content with that,and not striven in addition in the London Times announces the Ir.

) .". i;( ujjelphia, and who are in favor judicial and Taylor, who, in case of the election, wouldnot hear of his capture.Recovering to endow him mantle ,of.public esteem rival of Spanish troops in h-ily, which
.4 national who advocate the freedom of
:: 'jP ttie public reform domain- and the right of labor to the the be whole President of a party, but the Presidentof from a Dream and personal popularity, not .rightly hid, were marching towards Louie to c& p.

.'1-.: 'estoCits toIL The idea induced me to de- peoplo. and to which no ingenuity or sophistry can crate in the restoration of the Pope. >
tt And with your letter in my hand, I addressed Another act is now being played off Afresh
- ," > It my'party associations, break party lines, .thousands of my.Democratic fellow-citizens give'a decent fit. Widely variant from fact in attempt has been mad 'st
;.; ;.b J advocate the-candidate in i the drama, of 'I 1 Palermo
: Zachary Taylor as strange aylorism.- to armed
get resistant
and, on the security of your unbroken faith, the matter. as La'Patria's statement is, it'cannot up *
v: ; Ytiicpeople. stated that you.could not. in event, become The ople.ltre'' becoming of the to the Neapolitan Government But'it
":.; "\ In the month of April, 1848,your,chances for : any aware I am aware mislead any one in this region, ,
the President much less the
." creature of a party. nature of their idol. find but it is doubtful, whether it will be success-
s the PieSidency Were vague and uncertain., The Upon your own solemn declaration, I honestly They, that calculated, if not designed to deceive ful.

; .: ,a Whig politicians in Philadelphia least the advocated you as ':the President of the whole I while theY' have invested Gen..TAYLOR elsewhere. Even Gen. Taylor, who professes
: ) : most prominent of them all-fairly laughed at > I ;___.. .1'n ft,' Intelligence has been received that.
.:. I ,the mention, of your name, 'connexion: with people. with the Presidency, they'.have not at b.CIu. ueierence ipr.me will or lie --.People and the Austrians '- -- ,;
1 did not for moment. 'indulge the thoughtthat were repulsed'cn the 7th
;,' :. has often declared in effectthat that will should
that office. When the Baltimore Convention :
high. ,
.. p you could ever become the .center of a. the same time endowed him with the May in an assault on Venice and the
.4.. r: assembled, it was the earnest nope of thou- mere party administration. Had I been told be to him a Law, maybe led by it, to the self. ;
':: 4 :lands of the' democratic masses that would qualifications to, use that gift beneficial- ; Venetian accounts say that their troops
you .
: conclusion has
: ; by you that you would ever become the head ofan satisfying that he by appointing : (

.:'! .):: -xesentatitea receive the nomination,of the democratic at the hands party.of the This rep- administration made up of Whig politicians. ly.I They lament the deception which M'. Sanchez, imparted high gratification. to a I "but made"this a 'sortie needs, and took BOG -pris9De *', <
I I could not, in case have advocated co nfitmatio .
any ,
:" .! .hope proved fruitless. But at the Whig Jon claims nor would you have received the votes your was practised upon them, and may probably constituency, whose r feelings on the contrary, if ,

.; ::, ;": Vention assembled in Philadelphia in June, of a hundred Democrats in Pennsylvania.Now .derive some good from the severe not outraged byare; anything but pleased with it. AUSTRIA. i
J 1848, party lines were finally broken ; the very General the smoke of the I am' There have already marched
i: contest has not disposed to squabble with Senr. S.. because into
oJ lesson. 'r
and Whatjs
: spirit front of the Whig party wel'e'crushed. now
cleared away. You are the President. Elected transpiring \Vallacb .en route to the
. .i' : place has been bestowed him Hungary for r
Heurjr Clay, ballot ted tor in the name of upon great as
... :- .:,. the Whig party, failed to receive its.votes, and are at upon the the head faith of the of your government.solemn pledges, you could have been.easily foreseen at the I deem the wrong in the thing to be, to citizensof ,assistance of the Austrians 120,000 | f

..: Zachary Taylor, nominated "in the name of the Have you fulfiled these pledges? Ask your time of the publication of the Allison fidelity and patriotism, or to indulge Russians, of which 25,000 are 'Cavalry (

: :,; people"other was presented to the people without own heart-call back that iron purpose, that Letters., i n speculations to the quo-modo other acquiring with 350' pieces of Artillery. 'GenII '
thau hi
any platform ? independence from clear-souled integrity, which bore you throughthe The the those Bern is well prepared to give tEem a f
:i the spirit and trammels of party. startling letter from Mr. Lir- .boon are things between him and
of Buena Vista-survey the faces
j.l ..Doubtless you have often hud ,described to of your carnage cabinet who now storm the White House PABD, which we copy from the Washington his brethren in politics, and about which,I, as a warm reception. in Transylvania, andanguinaiy I c

''::i : .you the scenes which marked the history of for the spoils of office. Answer me! I have aright i Union is democrat, care not a bawbee'but, let him wear s work may be !tOQked" for I J
this June convention-the dismay of the Whig a happy omen that a before the
:' to ask an answer. You pledged your faithto h his newly acheived with war is over. I J
:.;r' politicians of the veritable Whig school-the of the honor becoming modest Jt
I me, an humble citizen, and I believed you, portion plurality that elected
both J loud and with which )-, and not weakly permit the
.kdI. j curses deep, they and fellow-citizens that had silly attemptto
4.t! breathed name-the three fold sacrifice you never Gen. TAYLOR are coming their' Indian Depredations in Texay.Tfc i
your of broken your word, and could not forget tomorrow : sen be made, to give currency to the idea, that

: V I Whig principles, Whig platforms, and Henry. what you pledged to-day. ses. It is one of the most, powerfully! those .honors have, been awarded to himl as an American Flag of the 6tb nnd KSthinst. (

.F4t h Clay,at the feet Zachary Taylor. V Was that letter of J uly 24th, which I bore received by last night's mail II.g 'ei f
. written which especial favorite of his fellow citizens and
;>it ;. < Nominated at this convention amid the ruins compositions .has.appeared as a
through only a devised 1
Pennsylvania cunningly dreadful
;.: : of Whig ism', nominated in the .me"of the people fable? Was it,your, intention to send me- for some time. Mr. LIPPARD is but meed to preeminent merit. No one better knoW'sthim'himselt accounts of the depredatioos
::.: the.Whig party did.not dare to claim committed by the Indians in Cameron I
you that
forth to the the such character
of with
masses people a lie in does not, belong
':.:: ":, as a veritable Whig, of,the true whig stamp, iny mouth? To vouch your "independence of one of a large clal ._ ,The fascinating to him, and.that admitted north had little county, bordering on] the Rio Grande, I

until about the 5th of July. 1848, when news party" in October, in order to find you in May vision of an administration free from I and as far north" as Reynosa. ilanypersons
'Hon. or no influence in procuring "the distinction
i to that Bailie
came Philadelphia
: at the head of ;
a mere of a party? Did have been murdered and
.i.u had, in I ew Orleans, selemnly endorsed you you make a dupe of me, so that I might become all party bias; pure in its construction conferred upon him by Gen. Taylor'r distinction wo*

/.i: as a Whig, and placed, yourfeet somewhere amid in duping and and in action-a by the he could have men and childi en stolen and canted
' '' your agent swindling my fellow- pure 'govern way, hardly received oft The
the ruins the demolished Indians
of Whig platform. are the Camanches
f citizens into the trammels of the Whig party ? ment which'united the disinterested : at .! hands. o'f Gen. T., (little as the ,
;: 'Thia statement inexpressible pain to well
; a gave You know that the Whig party ot itseltl or patriotism mounted, and after comniimnj
: .I: I. thousands your friends in Pennsylvania! President. seems to be allowed by his Cabinet,
by its own issues, could never have accomplished of WASHINGTON, ,with the stern heir depred tiomescapewitb impunity
; Well aware/that bad notbeen nominated the
you rights offree-agency.had his
p..4..('1' t.*i as the candidate of any party, certain that you your,fresh election from the You slaughter know that Henry the Whig Clay-leaders virtues' I" 'that animated. Brutus, $,, and Gincinnntu with the ,enemy,- ,in our recent conflict sympathy The U. S. troops stationed at Fort

; ,* could/ not by any chance be elected. in. the of that man who has for twenty four : of ,old.-had irresistible Brown, are composed of Infantry,' 'ft*
1t.1 years sacrificed ,\ at with Mexico, been' kn
., the of the wn --and.auch
r- name or pn platform Whig party to whigism the b instinct which God ditinci i-number, and without horses 'put suit
'::$ friends-I speak of the masses who loved tractions. for '.of fellow- tion must in view of his sentiments
your implanted in his nature-could never have elevated ..'V many our worthy : pn that oc \"ould'.be :usel ss. : .'

!:.a. f, you:for; received yourself the and statement for your independent of Mr. Peyton position you to the presidential kair. citizens. The beautiful illusions of the C1ion"gainst, L. the country in which he was adweIJer'beIlooked The',Chief Justice of Cameron county

f-. with: 'an ttnotion that was not to be mistaken votes You were were secured elected to by democratic the votes. ,These Allison letter held forth 'prospects of upon ,by.every one,who carries -: applied to Gen. JIvolos, commanding
by force of
: .J i r, or''evaded. They felt 'that either Mr. Peyton position. you They were not bought yourindependent ,a Utopia where Whig and 'Democratwas in his bosom an American heart as grossly the' Mexicans1' forces in i\latam ros [lot

:1''W. 'in error;or that Zachary Taylor had fal-' with silver, gold, or the hope of office, but won L misapplied. His' Corotn-like wishes towards assistance, .who'promptly,, teudereU r
vified his often-repeated pledges. Under the V unknown and the time
even at
a to you by your pledges. Gen. Taylor and his at the beginning of
::;lr l influence of ,this wide-spread feeling 1 made array, large l force oC.cavalrYj but could not

i;:7( :; bold to wrjte.and send you the following, letter. one And or two now questions, sir/you will: 'allow me'to ask. you I of the inaugural address we we're, givento their.glorious, operations in Mexico,.gave,him, cross into the United States territory;

;t. I ta 'abruptness of style ,indicates the sine understand. that one would be one ,would think small claim ,to.back '
'r very ; In what part of your administration are these no.. > re- indeed ,' without the:permi io of Ethe.commandant
a ,., ri'l which impelled its composition: democratic rnove.d office as he now does in,:the sunshine the favor of cot
; "' votes represented ? from unless l for ;misconduct of Fort Brown; Thrs was
1. To :- you regard a word from a Among the army of office-hunters who how that individual as he. Executive of the' : wt
: country granted the:: officer in command
t.j: friend as impertinent or obtrusive? It is after the doors or incapacity. V ,
of the
IA f: ,". ft great deal of reluctance that lam induced besiege democratic White House,how; many It is, ltam assured\entirely .favorablethat: he feeling himself authorised to do so.
.. ofyour can discover i the slumber is and
.j trouble. you,again i : but.having faith in younoWj'aV ? supporters you now over, distinctly. with marked bitterness of emphasis The greatest excitement. preyaiKf-i!

:.:.t: I have had'I ever since :.1 pledged,what Sir, the truth must be told; and as I suppor' the dream dispelled.' The first. effect' declared his hope,.that "the General many 'are. ,crossing ..into.Alexicp; fflfprotection

4: t .i' literary.- -"The Xtgenfo reputation_Mexico possess oriB&ttles you'ia of my Tayhr b,ok"'V ted the truth you earnestly with most- and sincerely, 1 will speak upon the duped is shown inheappeanceof -'r- and" his j*' whole C'r army*, woull. x ->'be massacred by-the feaving, their cropland fA

-.t ", l.make.bold to cay a frunk word to the general Your.election has uncourtly been 'fruitful frankness.in discontent the l letter. of Mr. LIPP RD.Ve 'Mexicans, before, they.shpuld reach.Monterey,''. petty at the,mercy \htfMinff,

i !. of" the people is the'case.' With .-. and dissatisfaction. Elected only in thenume trusts, \:it .will.be' readjwhh t ntjoJlby- : : Su hifeelins nd'-language, form a truly: sufficient force of :Dragoon will. oe

t' k'' This >thousands'of Democrats of the people, you.are surrounded by ad w ; strange'pasp rt7to Government'confidence and, necessary i&give proteclion w&.
'th' secuj
.,"1. ; in Is State, I depend upon your declaration in'the land 'It'is'the'bitter' ,
i visers chosen not even from the manhood of the 'every'one' ( and if this sort nty..ioTqur! citizjensr in that' ,
: pay, appropriation of the ) quarter
6:1 :"that you: would in no case be the President '1"V V r V .I' liv\ !i'V"confession .na

: :t ; of a party, but the.President. of the peo .trimmers.Whig party. ,These:but. from advisers its:,seek veriest to ;entail backs ://and : upf :promises ,broken, ,and I tional patronage is to become a usage,'',we :need V it is .tp.be'presumed'.governmentfurnish .wl"i

'k pIe." On this ground Democrats of Pennsylvania the country, on,a colossal scale, system of upon terror i confidence,destroyedMr;. L.: i is-:;honest ; :feel'no astonishment if.we'find'even' the distinguished -i. them without, delay J ;'

.1",''I" r'l Ullote* for you by'L hundreds' and. thoutandi \ und misrule such.as' disgraced the age in the i .in: ,.his/complaint' / i ,,:and' :well ,entitled r Bruty,- ,- '.;'of:the', 'Mexicanrngnftgion," :

' ,shameless expenditure of the Girard bequest by. Ipntting in fora loaves 'Elopements.and Death by .CMt-
1" BBt wo are'now told that'V u are exclusivE' ; toutterthem :Deceived ssnare.pf'the: and fishes l! ,
; the "
the Whig corporation of Philadelphia. V V fs' *, 7T: Day ,befprei .colored : D
lythflWhig. candidate,to be run as aWhig'el-Lglt j'ft t * 'r *" (0 A .A.M RICUS. yesierdty, ,a
ecUd ; Had you been fleeted aaa.Whig, and-iUpon; promises ofGen. :TAYLOB,. he;labored .__. V haTWft
asva )Yii&.awl under A\rhig issues .the strength of known 1 : '. '- .. and.a, ;'hit /woman,the couple !
Whig creed ,1
[ t' If Uila1 be the,case, wniU lost'to Taylor and his country.' :no, t complain.! SIt'::tot: a.painful i .thoughVthat'jou'the.man '' *<:*' Zaf'fi.t'. i* -'i--r\ ahia : : lA) broke'but,
- 5-1;dor not believe thu to be the"'cise>: -Those ,of the people, shouldsit there in : i : xertions amongithejDemocracyofi :28thult.," which ,destroyed, property Ite |- ftbtat: tej arrived'i inihrs citvjo g

i- who think'jh in this' Washington as the,leader of themere fragment : i. er,"and.were"J living as manra d, f.o.
1 ;me i lvanitt : "
county notb n brought-about +
mainly !
1jJ.LBu.t to set the matter of aparty--aIthe. ,embodiment, not of a;iWhjg-* !, --- rruv'tL i *o: W ; '"" amount of igirty1I. ousan'dJlolJ. r8.;: East Sevenih-st.. e'estefda .
at : ' They
j rest, will you' ism like that of U -i'i'that < r 't j"; i ;HV ', 'V 'ii; \ye
.et" \h1i etter wIth one. line l and 't.b. and ; nryCIaywbichttji its;. in L Lprinciples : 1 .... .unfortunateconsummation.,_ *vtf -- $.- -.- VJ.. --- .' i\ _. i 1 .'t'ii':1i :; .. .. ,: > 'V 'V V '.1, V'V f morning early bothllaken"-with; ;.Cbol!
tW.tili e th De otr att.l the;sun, but : .
tlc Hundreds idt :
> U.- of a Whigism which works in darkness has'iiever: any tiraebeeh an applicant ; -;TheReceUCafholi6CounciL-Ia; totheproposedelevationatO ra;'and .both' diedLalmosiedatetyTlt'ey J i ;
k' rp ; { ; '" : .
1ID lntl 1rUlI f i.d } ., V
& i : ,! iti&&j'H'a&Xsp -.s>Vt & [ : archbiab '
bodl'for I
era strengtW] by.Imhqlylcoalitions, and,builds r or.offiee.ipf; ; pricsYoitIireolofVtbe'preaentVsees \areboth.now! J 1yin1irThe szle' DgraveIlde
)qr5r kindbut ,
I 7O # J f. :fir t1 '- :) t'4' La any ; And'the' creation of a
; I .'sqC4OflOkje4thi5nppI .power jnpontyrokcnpkdges fr \,, 'J : t seni haftbeea fne .bishopric; by/thi By s ide. 1'his is aat1ifinle'toavery
fromman ,And now sir as I waah !4o ctuatedLthouh, body lately in, 'session :
tbeWt: ,
fi; 'I :who loves you for your battles, and the moral ,of >tS JV. ;ihere,i it isi;'understood, that, the Pope/is:also> : strange lopement-
traces'oroiiUclTqIosmiis I :
grandeur displayrd.iu themj but IQves u state myrergrpt'thai V byqeoneou8ly.3f9unded.V._ admir-.J 'petitioned to make JPrimdtial the,1Detr '
| > ; poUtilib'I in.tCJ: iaL : -
evef'acite.J.the 1JI .
; >hand t C use'o'fhb fAktn partjjrhichyeap pledges atlon 'Gens 'ot Baltimore. : '
theo si'tIID :; { 'dr TAYZ.Oa' 'cbar cier =' ;see A:pastoral-letter- put JbrU I W4" "ft- I
IC"I" Or.M'hUagton 3ot1It 1"PAtti S) buitl In t made.meact/.you at 4aetmustdmitthi. it' I ; r ; iv ,' It ;bythQCounciV :recommends'also to the JAmericancKnrch -- I- V '01, .,- ..h: ',, 'f. ,,. ,I
the hearts oithpep!. :l neYeriej'veiJ.you.withihe>hope of offiee-rthat ; r The last, rai etnewindijthat '
_,_ have t do Wi.L'V .J. .d.or ] >pecuhiary.collections jn>*behaal'Otthe.Popeiand.bl I: resource to"
I And as for,the line, ay( pb' J\I .tilr] I:i who,,.wprJfcing'well a1wybeenamongthat; anU.long: for/ybui humble'band'underi : ti1 fa'c i n: it f. \ ig'part 'tii'il : :unanimous iivote.,nrgeirtthat ; 'ofa shrewd'and;;fynscrupufou*:

.It. Wa.1 ndiItj cIa ,net'!of.> d1ddof n usiTe1yut nli-"li; let it ;jmpresBioa thatlxe .also-worked,?fofthegood'of the, ,t 1jii6, .1"t11i. ,. a91- "a"U: :f';:"1'd"j. ; it; i e'. ''- j;fttncUonaryto iauaaculate;conceptidiof*': their'jcQuntry
te-ja q Jx n ,Ij ,'i''miiniq ilLi couneit.Ierlikuo'acqeJ. ; lii' n!tl estimation"of this point has always maintained ;'qn7dwjcoveingthewerejm; e, t ro
Kit ) Qq. 'office A t' hands our present PreLfJSt -' [ by theoloigittos I
your 1'91't
rE 'l 'tlt 1P !S' I1di ,.-. tfi JQ,r -f--B'< -; v.I.J.tJ b'r ose. 'i'auu. -wlWh.. .'net.r- ,' i :h :f3fB'to-i9} w 9 ffrtfflfgj te( \ Of.the churc,'ithas never been ,uttered I frW90d,. rpeaed:!the lot er1'end,*st .
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I I .. jSTfrom California.hire .' ;Tit -Myttenet'f.Qp'Wi. i&ihERuUej.. The,Failure' .o.lI.7. -- -. '- J1'- IIIC 'J1 I r: if t .

arrival 1 4t the"ew,Yorl 1i t P !ll JLt !olfJJoim* < So'\e .J U t. t ;. ) t" t '.LATIC.. "-V PJ
before notcedthe ed xandiilate for'IShe. .of-die ) i t m \ If.niJenghJ -ALEi, rpO ,ARMED u t
office of
We : Marshsl.of:Hew ( ;:'t'o'It V t.v 'RFATES'fATE.-.... ,. ; OCCUPATION r-l Z1qS tit
I ttii of Lieut. Beat'', u.: s. _. ,York;is makingaclean breast of it,whicttsbows, li-:"!* b,18 tiJ 3 4 gP.t}!' I" upoqthb, .sJ fJMJ.V> 't o. H f,: .t.'.%G V f: ;L t :uNDEajTMDV4'T0 N 1
b earer of dettpat hes from California that t there is many slip: between'th ctrp:tod a falcation, of ::BtshopJoane. The ;: URSUANT tcf norder of theJadgef otPr"; :

I \Vashington city. We find'an inte- .fairs.the lip VV in politic U'k otbezinbtuarj3st-, ; ; :Troy,,Whig! in_ particular, cdndenseVhe 1.1' .bate:,'of DaTid County'of this tlat;'Irwilf _; CTS'i.'A"lIadJIIt4fA.t" If
to detail of his travels to and from :.1-.namesan.e" t following t.,4rtaiJ a. of lindebled s offer forisale at .Public Anction ,on.the.firjt" ,1 d > tt4i t
of influenceand
Papers .the office. ,
t .
g was neraly ; !
retlD ) : in .
> ; next ;,
at theMisoal )
the Mobile Journal I & RegCaliforniain assigned.to him,by. mmon>:reportral.Taylor \.'- e: .f or. tbepurposel.oteensJlre :: .-.- i .hours of Sheriff's sales/the ensuing following, described: ,tlement i and-occupation !fall persoa ,'f,ft J r.

from which we make the'rO II)w. even, went so farjw_ to:read IJilspaers -' ,'T d:GMit heUih& '1 IJn', real stareofElixftM.iCrichton deceased t .tiunedpermhs nnder the art.of Coagrea ,_. ,
jtejg for the ) attentively ifty i>ne Metier .tagTiediby" :i ice hundred and -one tied 'An act to provide,for thea_ Mf }, {t
room crenmmanufactureriof thirty 't'-4
not having < Burlington ((130) acres of Land
extracts, ,mort t i ad 1.
hundred and settlement of Ihe
.one fifty p un tt1P ofth.
.seven :namesy but notwithstanding r1eSsiitu&tedonthe
he is indebted o St Johns River Jtt {
DoT t
Jor and ice- ,
article. confectionary
'i Peniniulaof
all : ?
this Flbridai
te the .approTed,J4t
office,was August
givttoin- val %
: County an&bouudedontheSoath ;
CDL cut. Beall was sent, early I m Sep. other, probably because': he:'did np \:.,the &cream to theamotilit" of,$1,506' $ to'AVm.Stone by.ltndsof,:,Elemot,:..i Crichton,.:We and t'bi East iSL 1 1% qd.-who, were.occripant8,nnderthat act iil )'

last, as a bearer of despatchesSn Prc sidentVivith so many;Jettera' b'reaif;One 1 and FrancisHoth"? bik iS2,100 JohDSBiter/North and Eat try" lands of Calvin and the act ameijdat ry thereof approved Jun. } I,

our Government to the United Sta- man went so:far as.to..1i ute thts, ppointment ro'1$7Q,;to the l latter SHOO ; : Reed, North,byjands of.Charles Uyrne-i said.I ith,444and'wbttled, pf occupied' nadcr {: ,
% officers in California and upon the divide of the Mr. F. rtith provided, he would consent .to to M essrs.: Parson,-of. Mo nt+,HolIyand" the same* being ohe. ighthl ) 'ff. a tract of 1 abandon act,and the-same:xlid,notToluntarily.Jbut jellnqaifthr,or ".
salary him Another who, wanted laoJ owned the.Jate ol ; 11
l.y John
few i Crichton 'known
pac ific. He remained but.n days the office for a personal friend, agreed 'toenter Fennimore &'V V Hance :buthersof; as -Tweedside." and-aituate .at the .I said frontier:.oath,of the line,:dividIngjon..

1tS an Francisco, but took time to I look into bonds to pay Mr. F. $4000 year Burlington, his .obligations, amcrtlot"to Julington Creek. _The said;;;real:::;estate month.to bold of ships numbers nine:and,pen.soutlt. and,eaji.of i t I'H

round him at the condtjon o fth* "*' for the next four years. on the condition that about $5OG0"V: .s forpayment ofdebts of deceasedL s the,base line' specified Jn the act of 1842 taefo 1.

The for gold, like the rod of Mr. F. rtould rctthdraro his favor, to'ensure' his V ,V,! ALEXANpER W..CRICHTON, l byaiding,toeffect tie objects of said act m; j
rage At
,ry. had swallowed all other pasLi. success! Mr. F. made a great mistake in not Returning 'Adventurers Almost "Adm'r. -Estate of Eliza M Cri hton.dee. I d t "- Newnansville,'". laihuscouiityoa" .,,MonAt .' *- ,..
up .sy7thMay.V.
iaron, the latter ; .
accepting offer. -Jacksonville 7" 1 f-
The inhabitants would nor even V every paper from! the west.record*:the Feb. 24. February l9thlS49.30dsti> & 1,11 i St.Augustine,.'St.. "Johnrf- jcouoty-,on., Tues-. 131 i
time to erect for themselves I the The O erflOtD.-Tbe JV. 0. ,Picayvne return of California 'adventurers,",with da IChu ,. J. '- '. I )'
tat e of 30th ,; ::..e,.above sale. is postpontotheFfrst, .. At PjlatkAj Putnam
nec essary edifices, but were residing ult.says: the water was rising last their accumulated "grievances; 'Sixty Monday in May-next.-- -. &Pf7.rJ. 'M -county, Tuesday, 22i Jf

s-f ents, and shanties hastily erected. evening with more rapidity than had 'of'these disappointed 1 individuals arrived The1ibo>;iJ ii postponed\ \. 'V to'J t the.first kAt Meflonyifleangicountyon- i '2U5Sfiy

The extent of the Gold Region cannotbe characterized encroachments during at St. Louis on the,l5thult.! Monday. in"Jane.- "S'9: 2.9th l".av. ; '. >:: J .t(
found the previous 36 hours. The : r "'_ JB V t{ :_ At Ocala.: Marion;' '> ,= ; 'f ..
defined. It has already been danger be- county en Mondayi<.18tL 1 J
low the Canal The Washington 'correspondent.,_of n : i June.; V ..V'x-'U* -: / '
cover a territory more than a hundred arondelet and .the Old .A ,OAmJI: ,. ;l. At I '' 71: i
miles in and from Basin isdaily.becomingmore imminent i the Baltimore San states it as being .LADY,who has-; "bad .several" on lakeLindsty,Eehtoricounty' ,.onMonday25th tl:
and fifty length, A years.experience Jnne: \ \ *' ;i '
--.y *
sixty in breadth. The precious and the alarm is consequently increasing p'retty'well settled, that the' Hon. William !- in a finishing school forYoung Ladies At Fort Finning" "Lsrf? -., .
fifty to county ItMOdiyJ II
C. Hives will be, V Minister of is desirous to reside in Florida; and UierO "v ; f.
metal is discovered in a perfectly pure although 'every effort is being hjuiyr ; M *
< fore, wishes to take charge Academy
of the made to the levee France and Abbott Lawrence Minister ; of an for At_Tampa, Hillaborbngh county 'on Monday_
state in the beds streams, and in strengthen of the to Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy pleasant 30th'July;- '- "/ '." V -v8- ;

the hills and plain adjacent. It is canal sufficiently to resist the great England.The .town,dn which.sufficient encouragement At Key West, _Monroe 'county. Monday.191. ;. 1:2' '
of water. will be given her to establish a school for '- t .V V "09" i
found in small particles or flakes in theater pressure Young utn August; J wAiiJ e" .
The V Post says, when Gen.Taylor Ladies,'in which will.be taught.all h4tBrat1.heS Miami ;
residents At
mingled with sand which has on Camp and other Dado" 'on
J V! below said he "wo dn't ,lend himselfto of a complete Education, together ,with August.." ,h e --I ;1r. '
only to be washed away to leave a residue streets the Melpomene Canal a're schemes"-he that Music i *French ,Painting,Embroidery,&c. .i sReferencei Fort 'fAt 1 V
.i party only meant, : Pierce St.Lucie on :
;1 of fine gold ; and in the "dry dig- also becoming alarmed, and have petitioned he wouldn't to soirees picnicsor as regards her success and capability 3d September.' ,1 county; Monday :
in solid the Council to take action as a teacher, will be given. one -J '
F ns" it exists lumps, some some tea parties. Any wishing to All persons interested, and who bare not already .
to save them from inundation..4merican engage her services or,who can give the jibo/e made their -
weighing eight or ten pounds, which information.can her.address proof are requested to hare ;_-1
get by
trio e dug up with pick-axes or spades.The .- The Washington correspondent of the Editor of: the "Jacksonville applying. to their witnesses'ready'; [00019- prepared Jo -ii
: Stocks.-The New York prove their cases fully; Settlers on lands
laborers generally prefer working the New York Herald states thai or. .June,2d, lS 8. ,3m tofore unsnrVeyed will now'hate hfrii.i. t

V the streams, as the other method is Express of Monday says : "The Cal.onia's ders.have been issued to get ready several ty. to identify their laDditl.an opportnai...: 'V

laborious. ed news is of n character eminent- ) Tax ollector's'Notice.. : s, .* .ft"
the most Every laborer can large vessels for the Mediterranean. HUGH ARCHEKf, It
certainly secure each day at least : ly calculated to inspirit monetary mat A fleet will be I'1'HE UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor ,and Agent of the Intertffr.niAprilSS I
twenty strong despatched to that 1. Collector : '
for the .
ters on this side of the Atlantic. As the County of Da val, Stateof 1849.. :> : ,
tloct'f f.
V dollars' worth of metal, while those quarter. Florida, hereby,gives,notice that he will attend : .i' i I

who are foi lunate frequently make from I chances of war in Europe multiply] capitalists '-- at the following times and placs,.for the Tor 'Improve I'Parker'sPatcnts

ont e to two hundred dollars. abroad naturally seek investment 17 LIVER purpose ofcollectng the Revenue forthe State menu in ..
COMPLAINTS .fljrdraalbt P
of bilious
climates ,er. ;
for the
.1 Lieut. Beau showed in American securities, they being year 1849, viz: i
.1I.1i I i he had us specimens of r least likely to be affected by thecrisis arise from the same causes which,prod At Samuel B.. Thompson's Store,Black Creek, ALL PERSONS infringing orvioktiog: "i,

gold procured in the country, of which uce Fever and Ague and are cured with the on Tuesday, the.t9th June, inst. Patents are cautioned not top y :'j"

; both varieties, in particles and the lump. hangs over Europe. Letters same certainty by Dr. India At Darling C. Prescot's Store, Clay, HiD on for said infringements, br.TioIations to Lyman .
One specimen was well calculated to from some of the leading banks in Cholago- Wednesday the 20th June, inst. )Merchant Daniel..Humphrey and Thomas J. ," .
t London that there gue. Even after the Liver Has become much William Thomas',House Barney,or either of them tl
make the stare and "the state was an active At Thomasvil1 .on acting my agent, <
eyes lips wa demand for United States Stock the enlarged and tender upon pressure, it is in a' Thursday the 21st June, inst. under a powerof Attorney, dated on the 18th f j.e
It q
t er' was a solid lump, weighing closing of Government few weeks restored to its nutural size soreness I At Lawrence.Ryan's House, St.Johns Beach day of January,1848, as saM' po1l'erof' Attorney ';]

: eight pounds-and worth 2000, of the price descriptions and pain in the side relieved with on- Saturday the 23d June, inst. V was revoked by me on,th '"23d day }f ApriL .:4 i'f

: J pure,rosy gold 1 fi was .107. such general At Cot John Broward's House, Cedar Creek 1849. ZEBULON" PARKER, PfttenteV7 .1

i i his impossible to improvement as denotes returning health. on Monday"the 25thJune inst. Newark, Ohio,1Iay 19"J84&; !3moi> R

iI I t! of compute the number Slavery and the Church.The Old The above highly valuable preparation may At C. S. Emery's Store, Mandarin, on Wednesday -. -"". ":: JI j ju !]
in 4THE
California. Take
now No N
persons Odce.
School Presbyterian Assembly, in session be found at the store of the 27th June.: inst. .
I f census could be taken for At the Court 110us ,Jacks UNDERSIQXEDtroiildeallpartknlar t
Ij they are scattered nvi1le.on Thursday JI
1 1t f everywhere through its extensive at Pittsburg, having before it two T. 0. HOLMES & Co. Friday and Saturday, the 28th, 29th and to the fact,that they sell cheap ,
i anti-slavery memorials from the Presbyteries Agents for East Florida 30th inst. for CASH alone. I
I f orets, prosecuting the for the V They respectfully request aU. !;
quest of Chillicothe and Coschocton A. A.CANOVA, indebted to them to. make immediate
payment: 1
1I root of all evil. Still the utmost good We commend the following certificate to, the Tax Assessor and Collector -as they will adhere ;
has passed a series of resolutions reiter- ,.Duval Co. positively to the cash system- t t
I i tirder reigns in the country ; they have at ins: the former declarations of that attention of our readers, recommend those Jacksonville,June 2d, '49. V 4t and'will give no credit in future ,_:. ?" t G

I1 I no regular laws, but the large infusion I who are afflicted to try the remedy:_ fflflPRAtVfl- -- 6_
church against slavery, bt! declaring Columbia' Sberifl's Sale.' ,Mayl2 1849.; '
V o intelligent and upright inhabitants Honesdale Pennsylvania jfc,- ,:. :;t1 i
Jan'y 10.1847. .
it inexpedient to be sold before the Court House door .
I preserves peace and quiet, by a species in the work of emancipation propose any, inasmuch measure berty Mr to Seth use W. Fowle-Dear Sir: You, are at Ii- WLL" the:Town of Alligator, Columbia,,: .-Notice.- j i.V i.-. ***' *J 4 ._'!'., '
i o modified Lynch which following statement for the benefit on the first Monday of DO rt
jurisdiction July next between-the HEREBY
forewarn. .
as that is in of the In the I all persons/from
question in afflicted:
now agitation 1844 Q
year was attacked usual
; hours of sale the; :
has following property, to
necessity created. do trading for.a certain
They ) promissory note
not with Liver drau I'
one or more of the slave! States. These the Complaint, which wit No25: .
I cI mplain, 8S ha. been said, of a want I brought me to the brink,of the apparently' : Lot runihg one hundred and fifty by myself r; in fay r James O. Cooper,mth.
I i resolutions also declare that the General grave. During feet ((150)) on second and third streets and one sum of $500,payable, 1st January J840and fl
I! 01 government, for Ihey have not Assembly is my sickness I was attended by three physicians hundred and' ten''feet ((110)) on Magnolia and endorsed by him tb Charles P. I
always ready to exercise in but Cooper,trhoinb
time, in their our place, received no help. 1 also tried Cherry streets and Lot No. six .
engrossing avocation its ; thirty (38 )rung sequently endorsed the:same to Cole& Broih
discipline those who violate the various medicines
to think of such things. upon recommended for such lu one hundred 'and fifty feet (lOori. third era, ort A.H.Cpe.: As certain payments hira 1 i1
Lieut. Beall informs the duties they owe their "servantsand complaints, but they afforded me no relief. Asa and fourth"'streets, and one hundred and tenfeet been miule upon aaid n te"by'rn whi hhayeb(
us that the rumor I the to last resort I: was persuaded to try Wisfar's ((110) on Magnolia and Cherry streets situated been credited' 'the j
of urge upon presbyteries on same, Persons be'canuag
a mutiny on the Ohio is without in the religious education of Balsam of Wild Cherry, and by using four bottles in the Town Columbus in Columbia Co:, endorsers,or holders,orpuc.sai. note. t
foundation, as everything WHS ire a state the slaves. I was restored to better health than I have gether with all the boiJdinggand appurtenances do so at their risk under this notice,as I ara'de I

: of most perfect subordination on that I They were adopted with* enjoyed before tor ten years. Thi statement thereon;\also the interest of Francis Jones, tennined, not to pay Said n teiinle, i cer !in.j. .

j, vessel, the night before he left. Governor but one dissenting voice.-Baltimore JV. may be relied upon-as- strictly true.BETSEF. ,in the said tow "Columbus, being sir shares credits V are duly made upon tlie"t li' .I

Smith American. PERRIN. ,thereof; also the interest of Francis Jones, in J0EN'c.PELO'r.: :

V despatches for oaring: entrusted him with I A late Paris Momteur- has the following The above certificate was given in the presence the toll Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares C1ubiaonnt' ;E.F1 May 5,18,49.: ', ,31('-'. -
our government, he took of Dr. A. thereof. Levied upon as the property !of the' ;
Strong, of Honesdale, who is well I ..,. .
passage from .Sari Francisco, on the i paragraph : known said Francis'Jones to satisfy a fi. fa., issued Notice.J, ;

13th of April, on hoard the steamer Oregon Upwards of 40 boxes containing sacred in his vicInity,as a successful practitioner. from the Circuit Court of Beaton,wherein Luk :FOUR weeks,after fote I shall apply- jriIJ'to ti -

for Panama. The vases, marbles, statues and pictures Moore, Administrator of the Estate of Lester Judge Probate, for Columbia,i
at San steamer touch have been the For sale, wholesale nd retail, by V Crook, deceased, is the Plantiff and the said FIlL, for leave to sell the.real estate of Sanjnak Jf jt '
Was sequestered /
ing by '
and reonining three Francis Jones and :Peter 1C Bailey,are the De Mi Elliott. late of said .
,T. county,
1 days for fuel, he received information French custom house officers. Those 0. HOLMES & CO. fendants. Levy madeby Thomas Fitzpatrick MARTHA W. deceased.q i
iroraaparty tfMexicanswho had been articles were purchased at Rome by an And by. druggists generally Jacksonville throughout E. F.the former.Sheriff, of Columbia'county.: : 'AdiziinIstrir&' J 11

; t trading among the Indians of the safe association German Jews, firmed at United States.V A. A. STEWART,Sheriff. May 5, 1849. 5t

,r uriwl in the of Col., Fremont Frankfort under the direction of Mr. "-V Alligator May 26,_1849r 6t. ; __. i t1.-!

; nd part}. That country gallant officer had Hrucker. The advantageous terms on 8500 REWARD-V Notice._ V Administrator's- Noti" e.?' .,. "d!

proceeded which Mr. Francis Wanon had obtainedthe A REWARD of Five Hundred Dollars Trill V ALL persons indebted .to Messrs. .Palmer SIX MONTHS after date I shall present> 07 1 i I
across the ,
: Francis desert for San Virgin and of Benvenuto be paid by,the'undersigned for the arrest on mortgage, bond,note,or otherwise andf Touchers to' the Hon. "tB.\ .
co. Angels o DANIEL A.,.BORLESO and 'MEAD will please take notice that the undersigned Judge of Probate for the County Alachus-and'

: :: Alter a trip of about twenty days, ellini, had excited the cupidity of all OWS, who committed the late outrage-upon the is authorized to collect ;and settle the8,ine. shall then apply for :final discharge;and'dis- =. i

the Oregon arrived Panama. the merchants of work of art. The person of Mr. John adison, of Marion Immediate attention to this notice becomes necessary mission, Administrator, .from-'Ihe:EatateTcf : r
at Here county.
: Burle.son is aboue 30 as Mr. Ferris ,is about to'r mof'e'fr m William 0.. Thomas, deceased And
. .liw. Beall Mrs. catalogue of articles sold by the -Revolutionary years of age5'ft./9 6r 10 j otice'is T I'
met Fremont with iuchesin height, made theState. Suits will be brought once, mall, hereby given, to all wiom it may coneernjtiai"I 11'
Kr. l Government of Rome spare light complexion '
|< Jacobs, her brother in lau and amountsto hair cases where'promptattentiOn to. the, above is shall then that distribution
. coin light and eyes eyes.. small and sharp. pray- a of said Er.- 81
. ,'unicaied the news concerning herr 2500 ; they only procured 3,000,000f., D.LC1JNCff neglected.. d''t't tate be mad amongst the Heirs of William'Ou\ Ii
asband. although worth I0,000,000f. last.- ; PHILIP FRASERV v' Thomas,.deceased entitled to the ti
She had received at .JN'). H., M INTOSH.H same Co
. 'lteount. from the Their restitution, however, will be R. SADLER. Attorney for Messrs.; 'Palmer 4Fe.I1.': -* ALLEN.THOMAS S,:
United States. of his Jacksonville June May 26, 1849. 4t. ;: A.Administrator nL'O.Thotna Ii !
effected 9,1849. tf ,_
!eu1tjes and' of his fortunate escape'Woattwo easily the names and addressee I .Ne1nW1S'Yi11e..AmiI28:1&t! : ? .Gt-.t.I 'I .i1'

r thousand persons are wait- of the buyers being inscribed on the STATE OF 1 EI4tIt1I_ !A. JAt.JiSOA VJiLK-, AVAULi'1) Estate, ..of: Joel Bass=' Dece' : 8t ;; I:

3 tyu' Panama for transportation to San margin of the catalogue. In the Circuit Court_ of'' Columbia V .z 1 V" ALL'P rs 'ha!ngclaimsagainst i. ft.

- "ineisco. About three hundred of "k1'mSjNSTITUT10W1LL4E\ i' oe ecease Newspaper Patron*.-The ronowing'bits County May' Term 1849. -'f -
1 including Mrs. Fremont would county,are hereby required present theaam j

t epusage in the in every community where n W3- Present the Honorable Thomas Douglas, Judge. dulyauthorized/within the period,prescribed' !
Oregon and others
1 'auld i ; papersare published: John U. Putnam,:..) Mitchell lawyer this' o'iJ1b plead inbar. t tldr* I'I'b.1.
t go the
California and
and other those indebted
recovery, 'to destatelM
. V "A man lives near yon- never, took vs. ,> Motion to Establish judge- T OPEEDON. j S
ftaselsdailyexpected. James Monroe. V t he first MohdiJunCzti 9 A.1L requestedtotnake payment to T't' y. .
your paper- it is too small.don't J 'ment ojdocl: ARCIflB ALiT : i ;
tt that this i n JacksonTille 'East fl6Hda. ". '. .. AYfAdministiiatbr e
ORDERED case becoitiuued nn- .,. V"Y -.t. .a.AfD
l like the editordon't, like the politics I will''be"fitted for/ ., .- ,, '. !
:: trjble Ravages of the Cholera.A next Term the Court On motion Separate rooms np ,the'acjcomraodation '- <. *] 4 i1 '
unLe N. Y. dated Inde- ,too whiggish, too democratic, too sectarian of C; A/Mitchell, Attorney for Petitioner, ':of young Lads and",MissesfwKere f Alligittor'V-V'---, AprL. 14' "49'! f. --2D';iE1 !

. ; ndent Mo Express, or too something else yet and it appearing to the court that 'the said 'respondent t;h ey:will, be instructed in the'.EleraentarjratEdliigher .-< fl. 18P.1I'CB.A.JcEBt'. < ." ; '
May 13, says:- resides the limits branchesbf'an English and"Classical' ..H i'I
r the goes regularly to his neighbor and reads of the State: ,. -H._ 1c :
: cholera here is sweeping It is ordered that a'hearing "Raid.Petition Education,-anc1young f'\men'will/be. :fitted for s' t'tj.ttti s .,f" ,
, th. every upon -
j i it tire and finds fault with .' 1
by a good
ff ;
109 berore I't be had on the first'day of the next'Termof this College or f r'professionDllif :'Jn'the'L tinina'eehk.cl I"1

\ I L.leur. $ chenck U. S. N. his its contents, dispute its positions' and I Court:' Andit is further ordered;that Veer: ;, .-;'and in the' ..Philosophical;and :' ., .f -3nck.nytllela.V., ,. "- ". II. '
on V V J. __' .1. < tT/
e San Francisco way quarrels with its type. Occasionally tified copy of,this order bepublished''in sojiae." _sciences.. _> ? '? ..' ; ? --r_ ._; -.s -i. 'y 1 I'I
L. i- e from St. LOUI&, to sees an article he likes- saves half I paper in', this' circuit for "ithe''space.of,\;th>ee', ArraDIt'meD ur -, ... C 1 ( : ::4. & 8nx5 f.I 1
HC rrux uia"willbe'diided l' : _
months. into' .
avy took sick at ten o'clock: l- V q : :
d Ji4O49. "- "
and number This
dime begs a is .tif17'; ,, g.
1 of about 12 weeks eac w tli intenrening :
treDlllg of the cholera and was a certify the abore to be a tine copy from the, -.. -U -' Tr; f
lL V* tionsu The will ban t1l'O8e ions'i the first : '
te t seven newspaper p tronag Records of said Court. ; day -A-fewei ; sn&4donblsbsx? : B
next morning. He hai1if : GUNSt
Witness, hand and the'seal of from 9 to 12 M-fand tsecoiidfrni3"t&5P. 5 of
and my .Court superior qu1ity.1tQala.b1'! f;;'t 'j
L child in the latter city, The papers tell of'a young gentleman: this 2d day of'June 1849. l" *'J' MJ &, Vedneadajmorni g "wiU-jbejappointeii t.exeiciae 1 !tl..1't:1g A. M.REED .
nt his loss. in the Missouri river who & SCARBOROUGH VV in English'composUion? "ana,declamation. : -r
- lately'bathing Clerk; :
Gloofa I June 9th '1849.' -:., :- .;. ) ,**'* ''_* ", .??"'T* *". v ,T.t. : ORSCOTCH ; :
o reigns on very side. Busi- on observing some ladies 'approachingdrowned .1, _, 3mV "Afterth first b'e receire={ ( L- P J m < *-*-?* '-* .
ltirttn[ ? a complete stand. All the himself from motives".of.extreme ; VV .4 V tera'nipnpirjnll \: ,: O.t l',;>" ''_' ,'.j.J 1 .B '
: 'arornear the
g *" .AdlDl.I.lra$.r'."Notice. except beginning the:session ; D .9 '
K >or .___ "'S' ": .5 d '' w&mmfjtr -
t te lanllre leaving, in afl'right.-. delicacy. Overwhelming modesr, MONTHS after date I shalfipply tolhe and no pupil for less thanone term.: :,T / *" 11 I
f SIX *-'*' '1 $* \' ''' 8. R. : '!tl1 /
V Olera : AiD* **'ITDllloD'- '" .!-- UE1DMESSRS 'a. ,
: ;
. ,
, fc raSes8C> extensively am- ty to be .? he, Judge ofProbale ofthecountlofDtiiaI g
Eeading,Writing and ArIthmetic 5UbcigberRnglishstUdiei 6 -- -- : '---V--
t of ;:
fit the migrating parties, for a"fina17dJ5ch'argefr6in.! my $*--J L.t & i'A EI1).lfC9MNfU ltas. -
J : ;
4f' 8,00'
t.heydo Monk.whose'fabulous l .book
II.y- le not even atop to bury ihelTei Maria |&eceaie&odministratioo J<' ::V on. the".Estate," JtI fGorgeChurcb.. r.; .A ,_ Philosophical and Clasucal studies;_: ,;- 10,00 ;' '- >ebml4jngsaU B

1e, '" h Corpses! are found, ''wrapped 'ininvDg on convents created such a stir 'lflFV; the r ]; r .whia 4 ,rXAWBESCE-.RYAN_ iAdm'nr' ..One,half the price of toiUoti,according to the;: areflQwprpartd1n': ;'eonnection_with: _tfieJor- >' I IJ''f1

- *' sheet reiligious community; fewfyears sence, Y )' 'studieiVpursaedj ir ill be Expected'Itf adfanjS ri|: 'DBY oOD; : GilOCE :_HARD1V..4'Bt1
lying R.JUU'0 ti
/-1 lo**- IoniSe'of ; *'AJ ;.4.ND.'M' r7'tLANE"U8 '
V I. is now in the. sictward. of,;the, Blac- I "-" ct'V another balance attbeend of. lcHJ term. rJsw.
five und six b .
:1t the tps toge Board,will Em'GEN 4 : '
T6irn at21bje ; JI1 cpmfsmy
beprpTidedin t
New York XCCHtor's 'N ode :?
.Island i -4ibitt ex for < *-"? -* .,
well' penitentiary, > 1E- pose :i BusfitE .r -* _
side i. andif -4riSfe
every painful rates per montb for : 1
.Bale on the2il dayofAplleztn front Qr\ipilsfrbtif: : : : .:.J.-.1 .
-' IC Il1lhe txtreme 1J One who saw her recently, .says tlia.\ 'if.the court house'a3acksonflT: T&1an&-; trJ.,;:J1d Parents and!QaardiansJ'who majr uaireWTjSl .4'-'', H"6' ,arJ_. ",a b, -\a'" 'w ifi-Jt4:., rJ.'

,sheli appae 1t in the lait'stages; c 1 tan her.children--Amy Johnj LOuIsa-nd Thomas lEemieUes' f tfii,facOitifeify Oils5 ,rates.v 1. q: .-,' l 'nt 'h'.'(."r 'rth ct t1
Jilior She is ;* bung of the Estate of Joshua litutionfor the tt iij t11'eir fil1dfe: 1 ;,.- :u' ik Kn f'iITfJi1"
segars a new contrivance of ill-spent life. : .yet !>; property Hickmanfdeo, "i"
t" : 'ht, ".oAi24'
, V P$1!chemists have.eeo and[ links to th grave in this!a it- to *atify ft.debt doe from said Estate.:;, and fitlxers-inay/l $aasttreaiaf pWeMoti; Steamers- "1 bIN' .
VV importedand woman, i .!. .'WUmC1A 'i' 1 ifl'be'spazeL to ensurethehealt comfort i f'pro.es : "Ml!t.Yiv.: '. I

:1-- ere York .are. said, to be a 'earthly resting'pace-ofithe! :abandoned; t 1b"I' lut::Will nd Tes'mentt J'Hickman, dec f", t.inl:* wtidp, 4>f:ill ,hfma.T _bej .. ,." UG i tOO2t: O"'F"tl.: '

let : 4LtiVe'.against infection by choltStJ I- women of New' r lk.--B tlmoTe Sun! ,I !7 JacUon- !,'"Al"C. -' .:,10th't ; 18..9., ".;.,., ,"4.t_, -1..t, ''.t':1,'". :.entrust6.'I'Bl1ro, \ba c&i fthiPkindPa1.WALT diCt.:1-: ,_ -esn&ord Goodcosigned. wt to*their: care .will' tm b ? ii!t >

.. ,gr' CblFiempntandhis" )oJ l:?i, i:' tn":1'J'J_. .flJ2UUZt e b ieJ8"{s"1i'f. \ 'D;d toi1 ti.r:, v"., j t. = ,-, J jUu to .'tlijir t. -, ce..,' d-W'--:" ',- .' 'LJ ,

IIO I' haVZ.WVC $ 1. '",'f1'f.n,", ma 7tf.-.1.. Yidi.JaidduWJ '.r mlD., tee i.i_Uh th'.), 4 t. .Ii11t :- I
CrOr! lwiigraau,arrJTeiatNew; V :,the'i" ":JBoston.Messenger' ,.. ; : ..)__., .;", ,', <.oo cc. b'lliebove sale is postponed tbejrstllondjy dt: .".D'.d f JIt ciy.j : 'h1. ohn's rEP. ,watry l' :, "
Europe oh the 26th alt. .re1y.in California. :- L \- .u in Jaly next. jane 9 19, 1819 >tf .' IM9. I :

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;4 ,3' R r.hd i. t I cIj EthiftiWJt1A&nIi 1IIrES R.HOWES- CO u1\"fC, oftd : .of f Jega 19 t

t 4 (.cbunty; lynear.' Nassauiand partly near St. 'their- stock of f hallii T large" '!N i Uvi .c .. e ?. e""ry. 1i.. :i fmf1Jt.Je b &
f.4 } '- J Mary's.Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman, fOrm r11 occupied bythe United Stiles I .s uc, \" --'Hp.:ft ; 1
J bnildiag
'r1 ,..1'! s::gnat: The I abo,&'Is heavily timbered 'pine .known.:as the>,Government iBuilding. They L1iU i' iWIDaOlft. -1 mJil e. Inter 'C, I thoughsIt; might Ii good 1rrSh.use pjfr

I .' Und;otlnntently'Situated upon' waterlcottrtesiriih /' hare added:to their Btock,;by the late arriralsf : ,t tdNJJATJ( 'LEE': .8oN''J) -' H: :! TiiU 1 O 1of\remedil"8t, :
hundred ; t
:* about five acres ,
n. g P
't the exception- rora.New-Yorlc afull assortment of Dry GoMs;' ARE.JJ.o.Y.8rN I 1Ji9uslyt1YOUtl ;.

i 1',1 '- 'ofheavy' hammock' landupon"the8f/MaryV. Grocerie;'-'Hardwarev, Provisions/ {&e;&&. Occupy th?18 A.5'18EBT.thi\ftoL tuit 1..lv 'STOR'ftW I ." .'tf> '.8" ,... ou..".
;ii\l z 'R1,ir:"The whole 'or.any pbrtibnirni'Wsold' : whichther are* d.t 2s'elt.t',reduced i U. f
:b1 .** esp for e Apply to' 1. 3* l3U"r rice&*J '' e-swJW" t'rti! -' ? -'.(uttJ 1: JJi\i -1'O1fnL .tDljst; ?
.. l.'f' t i
j c
1I- *** j'. They are nowprepared4opflrChaseCOttofl$, }' .' ; JC4'lyE it u' FEMALE El iil.- ,
;:-: rt 4i'jMksonvffle: March 17,1849.: tf-ff of the'cotmtry.rat the t"Q'Jgy J..J C URED oo& I Jil'ow iS
,*; ._ ___ ides-,:and other produce ,/ H. l'lD'S'81 b ftt1.): i.
f-.1 ., - i M la highest Market!rates,:imd make cash advances .t \ !\ t.i.lqf IIm\1, *iid speedy c re' rfD ipen&
. > 1 .
Notice.-1 !:
'L jrV'i .friends in Savannah J 1ioe ___
.. 4f t4b
o'n conignbienttotheir
leasedttheiHbuseformerly lie ThqpisLutraCkageS h'AlPmmREtV gefleraj proal QQ.9f& '
. has' ,
"I' 11
f1 a'THEB1BSCIUBElt' : and Charleston NewTorkl: 'f cS tr-jf 'g'l mij!'THOU8MbS ? different ..mattpr: i .
occupied by Mr.Hatctibn.v G COMPOUND.flPlMS : \
1:3: t : .They have a"newarticle'of Wrought Iron patterns' 'I and' oijg.sndomprWng'eYer7li l or caUses. nr d' .
; 'v'street, .(known: .aY'Hart's" old, 'B.9.:1 ding Plough 40 which they would. respectfully'ciill.thtt.entionofPlaflter& ,ithipg.4esirableritf; .Ithej G >land ] MEI>ICINEwas; prepa>eby>regular a\Nj' d"t! t'P'''..._-t
, : .i -''Howe) and .is now prepjxred toaccptambdate -f. <>M H TI0".1 ? JL ;;rbicla n:; nis thS result of aaiexteh* Nothing can be'more .

. T? ; 'any"who m ayB' e fit to patrohiie' him'/and:fasures eh- ft tJacksonvillevNbv. 6,1846.. :tf I. ,,'PO,All of h&are'offered fer sale c:,Woduorsatisfactory sife pracfice 4 of, several years in A bilious Tclii 1goatingffcts; on tbe l1I'Priaing JWJDan f ii.-

'ti 'g theia that no pains will be sparedJ.to; i. credit, at the LO WE 'P IlIe 8., math J Those who have used.it',themselves or sons.aUweaknw and .lusit d.. iat.J.

. tJ : Sun their comfort 'Acoththo&'ustab1 is attftched \ I REED) by the -' ." seen its8aluary! #!.Affects,.upon"others,,' need nofarther1 :\ fon ei rob 8 .Jidf1ill r.uv", 1t
; to tke establishment, 'and"'every>ttention A M. ; J. Thehealthof .
: :. : :urr t) PIECE0RPAQKAGE.itN 'evidence of its|preat.value',. iftinfluence.nervelessriessvofthe. *11. 'iD \ ,
will be paid to the horses of those travel hand 'well assorted djt7 'c Uni '
a -
gu constantly on* ; < tar received lalmosit" day ..has,J eenl perfectly by ;
tostowitEhrii. HAS Styles Tery femaalefxC
2 :.! 'lers who mar think proper A. W. TOICHTON of,' iGroceries,2 and many of them are got up ifor.our own sales, ,&bi iajediqnp,.henriU, pther,.remedies\have ,great'.cause,fit;bam, s.j "--- '...
.4 ;! Provisions Goods t 11ed.; Jts.oper4tion//ig.nptsimplyi*11 fuspend'thettisease .. .,Jt.will not.be
jcb.n.f B. FDe'2l84s;' .U- ; Dry andjiot; to be fpund else.wjiere.frjj 4") : > 'Xpectede.ot
' ;'J :. ? .M t "J *'-l! j Tt'Pr4it d listS,,' f.pri e Q t1'rwn forjirtTme, but t", purify the system -. deicate a nanre;t b SSS"
.\' :- : Hardvyare,. Crockery, f&p., viz ; "daylo day, with'every't 0 variation?* in !lr mMk'e ; and restore it"io soWnil.and'perfect health.nA.'SnaAli'Treatisc performed bn* we.can&m'mRf!**
. ., AND ,. Superfine Flour;in bbls aml %bbs; f' are placed in the?hands afbuyersMerchants ( :w'1 on i the ','canses :treatment Hundreds. if caseshave1_ IcSSjSP1**

. .!- QUERZD!.This disease has at length'met with' PJlot1Jread"Sugar and Butter Crackers, will beable toform; some idea of; and,cure. of fever and ague'a d othe.rdisetl :ofjbjUo ,. j. Tow &,:- Wy tWlt bt

: _:: 'an opponent"before which It has to yield in the Hams Bacon Pork,F M Beef,Pkkled Tongues; .the extent and variety of assortment,wh.en ; jclkiates,' may be*had gratis of.the.undersigned d 1.Jr.' knes&J.-- \ltnenl lr 1't t"

:;', s India Choiogogue ed by Charles 0good, Mackerel, Codfislf Salt,.Rice; riGosheoTButter ,we s 1tE* ,\ the value:,of our).usual DJthisoNE ., .suffering,continually.LT pain tlebi1it
::3 1M.D. This'gentleman resided several years Lard, Cheese, White Beans, ABTICLK, at least.twice:,the xalue.of : tu&lCT {n Dl Wi certificates frbnf men of the' 1tles, an'd havi g pel"i, afifiiC
. f ? in an infected/district. of Michigan, making Fever Iris h'Potatoes;. the, entire stock of!dry goods usually kept py(6Urlarges i highest respectability;:"testifying';"to-the great 'medicine hasf effectea-greit-cB. ,?!".4 ."
; J iu&il Ague, its cause; effect,and cure his study Sperm'Oil;Candles; J wholesale*j6bb6fs.: This" ?a t/l ogethe'r }tfticqcy,01 thia'medicinej.can.be eea on,appli- hearing it xeconinjeiKled for !' <-t *

',- :.: ,and from knowledge thus acquired, he Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee. .; with th'.fact thai our meiftns''ftna Vur r c to -- Lr fO ,jdescrib.edI obtained awtthiffiSfllb11
!,.. .} 'compounded the above rained n medicine:which Mtisc v3do Sugar, N 0 Molasses" attention, instead of)being divided among a vast ; ;?: r. ,. 1O1JMES.CO?; ',,of T SamparilU and ftnwSff g*;
i c4 has never yet beat knonn to fail Stuart's'Refined Loaf.;Crushed; and Pulverised: devoted to and : TIT" '*.n'' .2.* JIC
. 'certificates from men of the highest '. .3 i "* .*"** variety of articles. .are_ :wholly ONE, Agents for Jaeksowmk Jfyvnty., gave me. .a> : .Pen ,IremQ'e4bc,
4 1. Numerous Siar .1 :will render the,,advantages which.Tfe car I ffer Jacksonville Feb. 24, 184. ; '8m' pl iiits"and 'rcstored'J1ei; to 1ie itgrtefn1for
efficacy'of .. .:
the '
t testifying great ,1r -e. _' ? -' -' "' '
: ,,. respectability, Brandy/Rnm, Gin, Whiskey Alcohol Turpenyftihe toO dealerS.Perfeptty obvious and ijt .ahall 'be: i' the;,benefits' Ae'] :ritmec
'h. : medicine, 'can be seen on application r 'i' < { 9 9. P 4CT, 1
; our care that'none who visit our estabishinent J1 i 9 t _t .pleasiire4iithus sMknowltdt
.'I L' :. to tie undersigned agents: London Porter Port Madeira, and Champagne '' u'a it it d a
TO.HOLMES Co ", shall meet SritH'any disappointment f <.Vf' JAPABIJJA. 'mending to the public. "
.' .. Wine; Our assortment?is complete at'all*seasons of aif.4flttfeTTitissix M. 1.AlbanAug.: I99 E.cor. tG nl'' &
East Florida. JisExtracti1pu&-up VI g
:f ;; Agents for Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves & the year. LEE, JU SQN.&L E.-- I :' tesc1ieapei'.pleasanter, warranted superior 1844. J 4 .
A Complete Assortment of JJry (foods- P. S.-B. F...LEE formerly of the firm of ;
;! 4 Wanted to any 'sold.1 It cures diseases without T JI07'HERS AND M.A.RRiE Llb'tf.This
:f1 iF EDWARD Information.TBIMON3, Merchant, who Calicos;Ginghams.' Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta Lord.&. Lees,and late senior,partner of.the'original -; vomiting,purging,sictening or dcfflitating! .the pa- tract of Sarsapan11 li i btf1l] ,
Ribbons; firm of,Lee & Brew,rter from ,wh\ch connection v*
; i ; ti'eni and is particularlyadapted'fora" ly.prepared ,in reference
: :: left Dublin about fifteen years ago bleach'd and unbleach'd 1 ; to femljrj t
and Shirting
Sheet ings withdrew time HM -
: and is supposed to be at some ago, f S JI1&-i *>rAL& AND WINTER'MEDICINE.The ;female.who.hb
.! New Orleans, present 'Linen 'Di Long'Lawn eaon.to"uppostdt'
; periBlShops'and ; ed business1 inr\TOhnecti6nwith''MesSri.tee' lip.
:'. 4 r in Florida Full particulars on the subject of Cambrics, eti.sS'l.and cross bar Muslins; Judson and his friends t.hatth'e'n 1r I .great ,beauty and;superiority of this Sar- preaching that criti:lperiodr' le.tvD ,
his letter to Ireland last can be assures sapariUapyaU9ther r remedies, it era- shOuld neglect to 'take it tilt
11 j of j j
t1 year "- .
: fif inquiry Hosiery, Hdkfs,:Gloves, Suspenders; hall.,have.the same preeminence In ; .1 aventive eerta
concern 'dicates digease,7it invigorates the for rot the
:!:1 > obtained ,by answering this Id vertisement.AnI and Cotton\ any
Linen Osnabnrg; numeroiaidLxZW
Tickings this branch of trade which former .distin. ,
y consumption cured diseases
"! *. Information him will be thankfully .body; to which
, < ; respecting Wine white and brown Linen Drill for .pants whieh &re''aubJect-lltla
guished the other two houses to he be .
4. 'cleanse.arid time
strengthen This
% jreceived by period b.td
& & &oUmbrellasSilk aay
June 25 1847. lea Ii
0. 0.
2y :
: longed. ,
: CKAS. M. C. DELANY, _. ; consumption can cured severalyearsbynsingthisBiedicin
Gingham and Cotton in steel .
;.:; Cormseli rat Lan, 69'Nassau St, New York. and whale.bone, frames; '. .- -A VOICE FROM VER I NT. : : ,bronochitis, consumption,.:liver,complaint, 'less valuable for those who,11f Sl

. .;,,. April 287 1849. 4w Hardware Guffery -Knives,.SCISSOrs Razors; Tunbridge,Orange'County;Vermont, ) colds{ coughs of blood, catarrh sierss in.asthma the5 chest,spitting woman d,:as it is calculated I?SffiSS

T- Nails .Hinges Buttt, Knives and Firks, Spoons; "November 2f/'I845J' quickening the' bloOd'and iavigoridaTSI
}; i f WM. S. LAWTON, { hectic flushj'high't; sweats,difficult sy tem. .Indeed,thiS medicineis iiwiabfe
Tea Trays;; Mr. Seth W. Fowle-Dear Sir: I hereby certify 'all the diseases .fo,
-. V Collins Axes Hammers Hatchets,Saws; that June I was violently : profuse expectoration to which women ; .
.h FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, one year ago last ,and pain It bracts the whole
Carriage Wrenches, mher Chains, Pots, Ket- attacked with ,a cold and cough, .ith.a lame syztenreij,5
Charleston S. C. in thesie-c. the
: t' ently natural
tles, &c., &c.; side and stomach;'and was not free from a cough energies-by lthe
;; :' REFERENCES-E. G.Jauden, Esq., near Jack- A'few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. during that summer In December following, .have-can'be"and. -- impurities of the body-not eo faistiu1

.!! i r soijyilie.B.F.; Gov.C.J. McDonald, Ga;; co A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. my cough increased to an alarming extent, so the tion system as ,to produce a subsequtnhua.
"j Furman, Esq., Charleston, S. C.|; Hon. F.3 Boots& Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's that during the inter I lost about thirty-five cured. 'Which is the case of moat meenu bha

''. ... Elmore, Charleston, B.C. Boots and Shoes1 of all kinds.A .' pounds of flesh,and physicians with whom advised Probably ther never-was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease.' ::

?1w.I F.bruary19,8 ly. variety of Fancy Articles,'Perfumery, Medicines could1 give me no relief. It was thought been so successful in4esperateeasesofcou; umptio DISEASE OF TSE HEART,.JH7R. .
this it cleanses and the TURE '
' as ; strengthens AND DROPSY.
:7-; &c.Jacksonville. by all that I should never recover As my good ,.
:;, ; Nottce.-sIX MONTHS aftor date, I shall: ,,April. 15,, 1848. ly fortune would have it,in March following,after system and ap'p'earVto heAl the 1caion: theluiigs iw olriJuJ1. 21S4t-
, .:. "Jb' accounts and vouchers as Ad suffering exceedingly.. through the winter, I and the patients gradually regain. their DE.been TOW -Dtar Mr:, My .i ife'In

.::; ministratorof the Estate of Francis Richard, .East Boston, heard of the beneficial effects Wistar's, Balsam usual-healthnnd strength. _afflicted with a disease.of Lt ieaitwd

: : 1: late of Duval County, deceased, to the Honorable May 23d 1847. "of WildVCherry! ,.by ,way of a friend, who CURIOUS CASE OF CONS U41FTION. with a terrible ruptnrft!for over;fifteen yin,

;4Y t, Judge of Probate of said county, for a final Mr. S. W, Fowle-Sir: I have seen so,much of had received the greatest benefit by the use of There.is scarcely.day-passes but there area the greater part of the time. She VaiW

:" settlement of said Estate, and shall,at'the Same the virtue of"W istarS Balsam of Wild Cherry" the article, and was induced'by'him to''make,'a number of cases, of.Consumption reported as troubled with shortness. IreatL and great fat.teriBgef .

;. :: ': time, :-apply for Letters of Dismission as such that I feel it duty toadd mxtestimony in its, trial of it myself'and no words can express"my cureH by the use'of Dr._TownVencl's lLs par lL,1.r the heart, wKch .has>been'v jj&

;; : Administrator, of which all persons interested Ii praise My my about 14 > of has for obligations to that friend'Jar thus,recommending The following was recently receiveU:' -' tressingf and has frequently .betn.wakle
son, years age,
.:. ,LA in said Estate, are desired to take notice. the last, ten months been afflicted with a severe ,this article, to'me,. and at the critical moment iDK. ToTfrNSEKD-Dear, 'Sir:' For,\the last leave her bed. The rupture 8)el1.11lp,

.:;:{ STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ" Adm'r. cough, pains in the side, and body, and a gradual he did, for I had not taken up one bottle three years I have been afflicted:-with general and seer She tried almost every"Veuedv fo

:'..." .'." January 20, 1849 6m \ wastinguntil he was but a mere living skel before I was completely-.cured,, and*from that debility:and neryous .consumption of tbe'last such eases with bat little1 benefit. Tfiea ill
':'. t.I ,'; .rt __ eton. I had had the advice of three physician day.to.this have not been troubled with a cough. stage,and did not, expect to ever gUmmy health had taken buJ three bottle .f-yourexttflbt

: :! '>f3-: BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND but'none of them could give him any relief, and I.'can.cheerfully recommend it to oil;as being at a J.. After going through acourse'of medi medicine she was entirely relieved cftb.tdliesi

. fl IMITATIONS!-The unparalleled and aston- gradually, yet surely, he seemed to.be sinking remedy of great:value, hoping others may be CIne under the care of seme of the most distinguished of the'heart, and the rupture has .alt>"0 Q

-. s ishing efficacy of Dr.Wistar's Balsam.of Wild into the tomb. Happening accidentally to see induced'to. try it,; and thus become. convincedof : regular physicians members of the tirely disappeared. :: :
.: :I ; Cherry, in all the diseases for which it is recommended some of your "Free Almanacs,"_ we felt as its merits, and perhaps saved from the fatal Board of Health in. New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and vu 707
f ; curing many cases after the skill of though the Balsam would help him as there grasp of Consumption. and spending,the most of my'earnings in at.tMtin'to much swollen. We bad.to idea that she eculd
iI ot the best physicians was unavailing,has effected were some cases that had been cured when they FREEMAN ;GOYE&. regain my health;and after reading be so benefited, as she had such a 'complieatiojof

. ..t large and increasing demand for it. This I were as bad as he was. I therefore procured a None genuine, unless signed I.. BUTTS, 'onthe in soD paper"of your Sarsaparilla'I resolved dis s. 'Bu' it, has,as stxaigeas itBfl1ip.
.. :.\ fact'has caused several unprincipled counterfeiters bottle of Dr. Kidder, the agent in this place,and wrapper. *. ." to try.it..,,After using six bottles I found pear; relieved her of the'dropsyJim sun

: :i I :, and imitators to palm off spurious mixtures before he had used all of it he began to, grow .Signed: I. BUTTS the.wrapper. done.me/.,great ,good'J, a.ndcalled, to see yon at that this Btatemenfis so strange astoajttaralniost.like.fiction

: g: similar name and appearance, for the better, and by using, three bottles his coughwas your,office j'withyour. advice I kept on", and do : but it is. nevertlelcstreality. 'ID tt
I:;. genuine Balsam. Some are called "Syrup of all gone, an4 he now enjoying.Ilood health lUaDufacu're.r. $" Supply Store. most heartily thank oi for your ad vice. .I persevere : Your Sarsaparilla'iij.; certainly a tiluable -

'.; : : Wild Cherry "Balsam of Spikenard,'.' "Wild for,which he is solely indebted, through, the .' in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been medicine, .and should ie tIed by everyone
i i 'S Cherry Comerey," &c. Another, "WestersBalsam blessing God, to Wist art' Baliam oJ Wild OSCAR. SCHENCK, &CO., abjle to. \ttend to my .usual labors 'for.the last that( is suffering as we' iaye lisa j

.. '.. of Wild Cherry misspelling the name,. CherrVWM. DIXON. No. 132 WATER STREET CoRNEa I o.PJ'1' four months/anU I hope by tEe blessings of G od disbelieve,this account, they are at liberty,to

. : ,", and forging certificates to resemble those of Dr.' Kidder says the article has given univer. ., ,.. and your.Sarsaparilla to continue my''health.It'helped .- call at my house and have ocular a.em'. ntioD.
"'., '.e. th &e balsam. "Dr. Wistar's BI,1samofWild satisfaction to his customers.CHARI.lES NEW-VOBKs me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectfully,i ,
': .:: Cherry" is the only genuine. The rest merely DEALERS :knew my case.} CHARLES QUlMBYi WILLfAMDTSPEPST., TO\SEr.l'JrL1uHt

ll .. imitate the name of the original while they DfiWAAL. Cotton, Woolen, Silk nnd Carpet Mann- 1 .Orange. Essex CoN., Aug. 2, 1647. L

A c possess none of its virtues. (fncfurer Ariiclr, ; Stato'o/New Jersey, Essex County, ss,-Cha.
WELL TO THE MARKS OF AUCTIONEER, 'Q nby being'd ly'sworn' according law, on Noflnid ornjedidinehns ever teen dccer
.'" THE'QENUINE i JACKSONVILLE, E. F. ; ;ihisoathsaithi'thatihe: foregoing statement ii' ed which so nearly resembles the giitricjmct
REEDS, flEDDLES,: :true,accordingto the best of his knowledge and, or saliva in decomposing food and strentleiuii
L: _The genuine Balsam is put up in bottles,with : JjrSALES in any part ef the County attended fl-.. ; _.' ;jb.def.t ,j I.,., ;CJSQ1JmBYworiiand the organs of digestion as this.prrpc.n9tJl tSar
.t : the words 'Dr.Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry : to and respectully solicited. I BOBBINS-SPOOLSr&c
_ ,_ subscribed beforeme at pni1Ia. It
r- ; ttS.r< Orange, p' itivey'cures every BM.A
; Philaxt1 blown in the each bottle Jacksonville May 6;1848. -' .
.i ,
. : glass
\ ." Agents for the sale of the improved 'the 2d'August:1847.;: CYRUS, BALDWIN., dyspepsia,'howeversevere or chronic.:"
: label the front with the *lj'I 1\ ; ;
bearing a on signature '
; i i 'Justice of thV Peace BNK.DEPARTMENT;'AiJAtir May llhiStiCDR.
rt : 7T i TOWKSEBD-Sir: I have been iStU
::: t :'This will b. enveloped hereafter with a new THE SUBSCRIBER offers for. sale hard WOOL PICKERS, CLOT :'(\VINDE Sl, t j TWO.CHILDREN SAVED.i for several years with dispepsia in, iU'icrrt

:. wrapper; ,copyrIght secured, 1844; on which in'the of the:first,quality, manufactured REGULATORS, SAJINET WARPS,, &c. .\i q Y ry fewj/amjlies\ .indeed,in t factwe have ..form,'attended with sourness of stoicM;lw

::"t U\ will always appear the written signature off the by himself vicinity Jacksonville, at OjJs.. pe i ,'Larcl.an4.Oliye--an&Oil Soap ;not neard of ,one-that used Dr..Fownsend's! of appetite, extreme heartburn, and ;Ptl*
: : ClLBUTTSJ',' low price, DOLLARSpe thousand. : March 17.:1849. 2m, ;Safsapariila in time lo'sf any""children the past: .aversion, to,all kinds of food, and for 7eb
4' will be for _
. .;. They ready delivery by the 1st day > <-*, ;
. ; sunMner/whilethoser'that1 did not sickened and (what could,eat) I have been unable t.? 6i&
.'t /TIOR DIALS &.-Maraschino of May next. He assures those in 'want of. the 'died.CtThe certificate publish-below-ip- 'but a'small portion stomach. Uriedtit
.J Curasao article that will In Juslices! .Court Columbia1' wef conIclnsiye : my
r: :' -J Absynthe, Lemon Syrup; Raisins, Citron they at such give as full satisfaction as : vidence ofjitsjralu i amI*!is.only anoth"er -. [usual jemed es, but theyhad ,but littl.HPt
Currants Preserved Fresh Salraoa any imported great _expense from the County Florida instance4of its'saving the l of effect in the
1 ; Ginger North. : |veS.' children: : removing1 complaint. :1 wed indue
,l..s and Lobster incases Sardines; 'Olives. Ca- Alsot tiles well brick and Sam'J., 8. Wester, ) ATTACHMENT,-. ;L j 'DiuToNSENDj '23 , ;q pen, Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam;Jujube be furnished, Cornice brick, will. .. -L Ifr \: Debt_ $46 jdren" red lIy j r'S_ mpnri1l' f the'.summer', :iof Sarsaparilla, and 1 must cay with little cofidence

!.1 1:. Paste,Refined. Liquorice.. &c. For sale by. any quantity.deslnd J- James?C.:Green.,- )fc .Bond filed for.. # 92 Complaint ftndrdysentejry.:'.one'was my 15 ; but ,after.using, nearly.twa/lctflfli'

..... :. *D'.:ec,9': : tt A.JLREED. : Orders be left F. A. BRILL. npHE Defendant and.all others .ipterested? months old and the other. :y'eaI:8ts They! were, ;found inv( appetite restored and the,hcab12
*. : ; ._:_ L_'__-__' 55 may at the store of Mr. Jb notified much
of removed
.1 Chas.DeWn.al in \Marehereby thcomme1ic&inent very reweipecte&they would j entirely ; and' I would earjowily
>,.j f 4. Administrator's Notice. April 21 1849., of this suit,returnable taa Justice's Court |die;,they'WerCj.givei). up t bytwo respectable ,commend the'useofit to those who,' lave too

.? 1.: RE'UNDERSIGNED,having administered ; 5fc. to be held at Johnsville fort!the Kinth ,DLstn jt.1 physicians1! WHen lli doctor informed us ih'at fa.fiJicted as I.bate been. :Yoursy&c '

r.1t\ < JL upon the Estate of David Reinhardt MORE HOM1f TESTIMONY. ;ofs.iid conrity oh the s first Saturday n April,' we 'toust lose'thenvwe'resolved.W't'y i-' i t W.W.iYAN.2ANr.; 1 )|

""* Marion County, deceased, gives notice hereby No. 48 Union Street ; A. D. 1849, and,.to 'app ar and,:pleadT to .the!' Sarsaparilla we had heard io;much of'but had! N 'B. Purchase'none b such as b.mp.'rm'thatJ1ilde

.i :. to Ihose interested. All persons in any wise M'r..setv. Boston, April .18-t846. .game., ,;;Jto < Aj* J | ..!; i !hhP ofl4emceibeye Ycft5i 59UCb mftTiaTertised tS 'b ttle completely,and li!'
; '. indebted to said,estate will please make immediate and of Fowl&-duty -.8e e-.of gratide'to Given underamy hand and seal'tthii 20th- that.js wprthlefls:i but war .v 1'V, .the written signature 9.P.TOW Sm.r .

::!0) i'T payment to,me, and all persons having de. to you make, the ,16 thiiblJ p "me day JTannary; 'rAJ.'18491tlW. Jf() jthaukfiil;: tKai We didfor it undoubtedly.saved f r-Principal.Officel -FoJtons.Su Thdl4itr
: mali!'.inst said estate will .present them nEervic8, Allowing! statement, whicii ff of aV : .... JoiI.NV BJ EltL.,&] ) the livet bf both7 4'1 write this-'that'othea may It; Bedding &qO8 State ; ostcDt Jott

t.f f:1 S properly authenticated within the .legal time, lt ,, 'hivethe J you effecfto, entirely induce at yourr, isposaL. :,. ,- 1 -m1'J1U8tiC8 of.the PeaceiQf :induced t ' .4 : crthey wiflbi roreyer.barred by virtue of this f s De.other,suf. Jan. 1849. < ; t ', J.QHN wluoN Jr S? '
*** fereIs tdth e atrh1 27, :. *" >, .4'Y: 4/ =; r'r. *,J' HaneeJ druggi t aJt ;r rDt1J.C1Jt;
, notice. 'JOHN G. REARDON,Adm'r. '; : ty r.i v 1uAbljijem .- ....,- .. ..... ". ', MVlU"T! e !> ? 1847vr .|Richmond7T' Cohen: Chuiest6niVi1Jt
;A1j ". Ocala ";. :1 24tb'.1849ZU1- c .1'h J,a 11,say, b1l t ll'y: natcQ {. nyBv .nnax' (oeclprftaae." I 1.. : ;hwMfy&ninJZ: :* ; ; / & p1151Chatres4t1New.rlieii1O So W

.-;. If\" I- _ _._ ,_. ._ _ ,1 fr m.. .he gra' .-"hlch. I.WAS'.last. has Y/virtue of the pOwer.'vestd_ in me.bylaw, James'Cunumngs ,ESQ. Iie" of ipeari-et.,Albany R.Van Dnfrk292t e.of
...-.;. -- teutn<.., Last.July.. .I WBt at 1rPrl.kSfiSSiSgKffi ',U;' ; .ksebeW t ihetAssistantpin : ;
?$r TVrottcc is"hereby glren,to all whom it may cold;-'Which'reuited- in- -a-:--'--rl--;.-e-J ei 4. DJAA"4-L. J rf1. yji.4JI on j S PO&< for, 'the Lunatic Ayann BlacIcwell'Blsiand.is'tlie1genilemanpokeu ;Market:and Broad.-8t.iNew ri :#faiprincipat 1'I
oogb thiqqsd ojn the, I
JLl concern that the subscribers will apply,.! with violent pain.i bsi of iftthetfolleWing letter Druggists''Heyebuit! ,-!
; bypctitionj: to the of R4 ches' From :k f 1l8 11 '09 11i f. 9 lCl.1tJiit.i J. ei :ithroughout the'U .tis'! t} .
; ; Judges Probatei. *>'Col-- t 'J. ega L? i ; .i Utd LATJSE:1u ft_. 1'- IteJ '
f'J"'J10 ithstarld ext.j.ilS49r lands
um6ia ; ( or so..muht !the'
; and Alachua counties, at the next terms hjs1only Zv.hl r!than.I. ,. u .! CanadasBl'L'Cf/ L AM.BEDA gt
'1' heir several Courts 'for leave "'phs e i11 part rax ft u e of rheumatismzhat t..J f. JacksonTiflThFebuary iic ,
to sell the real 1cin& !. J cases .QW earsaparilla t'.
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,::3. I estate of tile late Jacob Summerlindeeeased; c iuiec, creducdjh( e I ,JaID Lbe. ,for the year-lSi8- :: :.hHJ)l; 'iI tfmn. ':: t has :.curoo..Ttieum" severe-and! i .26,1848.{ ..1 t"t.' .. ,,
." '.. "tJ3 : Ipl fr.enda"franklr- I 32ooq. re88" df 8 1 uate4oftNassau."River i --- .
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flaJ. J. JOHN TT--rrr5t'n voasj. was liable to rand Houston'sHouson Creek, adjoining' of.John oi1'l h II O'O'j;
te A. SUMMERLIN ir1.3- CP4 : I
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THOMAS D. DEXTER I Billiam f Wd 't' ( :.1B cl.W 8 tIilSept I ,rl8i1.r ,i .
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was indeed e.0 VUC VUUO 4oT ,sleep I tr.t:1 IIE.It flhaa: uf
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.1 .U3ly Jtol4.m.ej'that) 4,cure.1"U nrl"J i iii''t r 'ii0": Imy limbs "el'.te1Tlb1y"ollen: 1'h Te used' f ,'th"epacionsprces4irI 01r.'
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