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 16, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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All referring Union. Manufactu ,V .tgjit r* t % i' -4 W .i3' -* <5-tfc.irpfittfi $'T u ses randi I : f
cutouier. By and t 'Nf itl .1i ofrjre thiSi hlQkt dtmateJ
; jun1eubya renltar r. } i 4baT an'ag'6 iKtni4 eminiemflhtel If.nowditiaofiben we..examine the. ,.relativ* p :" e .
l' t&flTh tile requisite sum maybe ascertainedwill have also gone to.take up theirVabodein ji ig eneeV wlth-tfie Schliol masters \Yr"States;he '8amlr elucidate:.the character- ofsnodra4czy,. r

.- a tran5mitted will the adverme.nent.crArrmmenwt.ot the.North. Cities have'been expanded ,all abroad with;the umveraardifTusfdnofg .' 'suits ># ptii: nt' :Th States 6 f k i: ilizationrpnd, :particularly-j' tbst;;. ,'I" !
. marled'with the number and' i "",'-i *:- T-1*!i"V t-* f1 *s has. .been in
in IIi siiniifa'\-ore1 developed
. I antilforbiddollars multiplied : ; the,pressj,an4 jtb." posttq and p n.,a 1iesioe'Jiy 1 ':side fd theUnjt.e4' t. i
t Jjn5ertkt1a reqUired,will be continued region. Railroads nnd csmnls have beeU question like this!, of the firstmagnj: Js re"s1nUaii inCIltxxatefertiIity' ,Jrti zi4x.tent,4he. ;- te,4., s c .4 ttf 'f'n&The \ f

: nd cbargttt (6r, constructed'and, educatjpnhas.delight tuqe, and: the least1*Jt'K complexity, and :proportion? rich lanolbeii i; : prjginaljmethpdsapffiafqnwng :fj

( TFi'e will be charged for aU announce ted there to b jIdheo11jes4ejj! i 4'4 two'' v7"sections<* itwnust'tnefpBopTe'orithei bpwever,.leas Kentucky' 'Treir ais wealtbr adopted by:men.on .thekorgaaf ; t

111 etuI candidates for ofcce 110 .00 manes. .;: ; 'areco'ntinUally>tfaveHin1gamongst'eafehother also'narlyiheame' i Kentucky' ha- ization -into communitie ,. was by coat ;

( re tquare.Debtors for SIX and Iontbtl Creditor: : I: 7 00 These phenomena have mid lf J>r1>- ;,anc :engagfdnirdiscussions,.with i_;.- :| eD;' !a. ,ttea nsa} :,./State&*:b< "!:' '<'.; uest'or,commerce. 5 Hence tbeaJua4H Jg' I

1 jlotJce to found impression another in ..stages and steamboat .Co'r. ::.exclusively military, .hara t t QJtonfrgreaticlass '
J inpHcntimi for Letter of Administration 500T7Alirc'.igiou8 ott.reftectingmiti one* iv ,iw5 ) v- pi s Yen years before ,43hib .;:OliiO.:1S cot. .!
notices will be inserted gratui-: thr ifg1i t'tli ';U rit a 0',' ptrti b1.fJf 2D,enrs in hotels, pn 'the stumpaanlI in sidered:the most.prosperous State_ intbi oldie ancient T.replied tesfi J1 :
1hI 2i.fl4Vt 3i'* y fk ltlfi-\-sfll .
: in thesSouthByther .Iea4ngtais.' Congress-it ,is scarcely credible-that'j West,i t d:1s:; -'cohtihually 'contrasted inthe..univer; .t.em in-iqe \ ,{ J
I, mast be addressed". diesel results have. "h d *t'urnersi mstake revailsir th the : ', '; v if i ir->-M* twth \siiely of the Assyriev.e
lIT Afl eomnwnieitxmi men.,' ''*f -..Tfri e ni.ai W' p ;, i Kentupky, 'f:thes p; .illusi Wud'Roraam-gorcrnmcnLS H
\ irctSTCS C. flltlCTT.' votlagt paid. to the,?:.-policy, pursued* 'bythe i.4-f Jt'eueraIperiod f, s'.r'? t..iM.o iti "!t }.exit1Dg tr *< gHeJ'ti- \ *>'g*;*e''fleet* *"?*z of* -r'sI V 1): ;_and hence1eriseoLLfreind.Carthge. .h.1t,
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f ,I**, All ad ail5ab\e. personal communications.wil uovernment suice'111 was a "1S r opirOQ ),tlpbjett, 1jI\altJt8ll\ nrtlie. latter ;Let us; see wlth .what. .: ) r rI
f .e;.taT ei u"er\\5tU1enta. that: the syteih'tion f'lit i't d that the South., is greatly.. the. superior. reason. ;t' .JjP "t"J,. J I !eoi.:the.middle,:ages, the eipizeof :;

( r?Attbifli for Job Ptinting, must be paid on the was.. finally abandoned, and the of the North in t wealth," in(j *proportionto it iv ?In:184CilCentaclcy! had i free. jpbpo-, arferaagne, jand the long protracte4 :f 1
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tJ. .i -rts oL france
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; .Wire ofthewort2VOBTH ,whole interest, 'pf'the. :public. btj.then.so the, ,''numb"erpf*;4j.*:!* .$*their\$citizens iMtf-fs t respect-; lationof.597, 70j: andjher ;property- .5 d England conquer ,England r ,
: i ,much augmented bythe war, as.well Ive y ; and this will. appear bya cornparson mounts, according, to her tax "assessment to.!conquer;FranceBoit :
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AND true WOUTII.Bf >- : ?> 1')41.'! t'jfsjii ;' *' .wealth of Venice Genoa ;
: TUE as tHe! increased expendituVes of the : and progress bfthcf. white. people 'of' 1848,'to'about 272,847,696. and Hoi? 't 'd
, ..d i..er. werei: mad cri "' of tb ietjo.Nort .( *THe''' id. I.At a Jater period: when thctarts.
Elw \ G'4'Cfiimel; : arguableJ orr I respectnfei Q.&io. .;i iri &4.0.b a population:of 1$:; I ,
the foreign "commerce1' the country : .. venimaDyjn; the South, -1457andher*' : ss siiieq-* ''lastyear: ssi-,;: H,made;more:progress,,manuf ctaresrejncluded ;

J Zwftm delivered brfore,the VoungMen's Jlfercarfife ercepl,theslight income from the pub-s have al .uroe4. :a;;tleclfne, in manufactures was(421,067,991.t; > Theaverage.valu.e.; in the:means:of:creating ,. i t

t Library Association if Cincinnati ) 0w, lie lands. Andas. '. at,the.-. close. ,:'of. the and commerce, tube. a,decline.of of propertybelonging-to 'each !rt e'person ;tlth. Ther,'policy. or,,England- L '

_ ; JCMHTJ 16tA-, 1S49. war, the principl ,articles of,export, in( general p' sperit'y'Tli's is ah" error. in Kentucky ",is $ 56-in:Ohibtitis: i dbined' the; :threeconquesco: .l.ai

: 1 The progress and projects of the. exchange for which, we obtaiied our, Tr/e pdjfWfl l? Federal, tfovernmertf" ,' only*.S276,.pi; more:Than one:thd, less; .tee. .has,.and'succeeded man facture, __and,bvtheses ;! }

; "Northern and Southern sections of this foreign goods; consisted of c ton, tobacco 'andthe -ddmestic' i institutions'op the and. a-tlte.popufa of ,Ob '" .,now, : in the;construction 1 t
i aud rice it held tiat the' Souihern StaiesJiave indeed beenjun still '.empire.which,.for extent oLter : '! !
_ Union, involve some of the greatest was > greater' in proportion to: tnatr of
t f ind gravest questions th age. Each new policy was a peculiar builen'.nn. favorable. : t to thelatler; in,those pursuits i tJ Kentuckythan:; i in 1840, the diflerencein y, .i
: fcas a form of civilization'peculiar tot the States that, produced those Staples.. but the agriculture of the South has'maintaiued iavor.of: .the. '!latter is still more. .. The. polICYrof EngLandha\betm: 14
lililW -L .
> -I' ated
V "C* r < ber insular
j by
r 1| itself! and to modern times./ The 'confederacy In, addition to. thistheestablishment, ofa _j a p dxpncejdyts]prosperity .Nothing_ is: m common :than the, pciitio *,:- Jbit.liiered :;

It I which has been formed by Bank of the United States locited at beyond that 4.C. _of 4 any>otherpfopJe.Let opinion; that the:price,of Jand,in Kentucky ,it necessary for ;beMd ftc* ':: :

t their onion has astonished tie world by the North, 'with large'depbsites: < Gov'- us-ilrst.examine_the condition_' ;"is,. in":consequence of slavery, ore the'empire of the sea,to:.foe eecun .:'. i

I hi success: but the world, ks well as ernment money, and enabled ly the' the i !whitepop1e! '
r confidence of the GovernmenLtonuin. ;' ";7lt> I"i' '' amined "Audit r' of.both! 4; andwiththedornjnjonofthe se%
lit the two sections themselves, differ very The State" JVIassachusetts/ for in .the s reports 'if

widely as to the causes of this success Lain a .large' circulation, which fvould stance, ;'i gen'ferally1'Tegarded as'one- f States which present in detailthe valuation vas easy The toestabJishagreat.coionial, .: t

3 and the agency of the ivo. respecr naturally ,be. devoted to _the promotion J the rnost'sUcc ssful an
f live systems of society in producing it. of Northern commerce, it was tlboght the north J andis constantly (erre-ct..t.o, the..average valUe"is'about, seven dollars jrer stimulus commerce,, was the,strongest 'il

1 This controversy has long been ad. was also adverse to Southern corimer/, by thejae.xyspapers.asu: :; a:model for alI, per acre, in 'Ohio! it is__about eleven, andI pible and manufactures to progress., JnileI :

nncing on the country, and now, inconsequence cial rivalry. These two xne sure4 4,were; the joihers andf,.veryu frequently as a am very confident; that the quality of in them. ; henceb r1suc- ':It:
'of recent events, t has become the work of a Republican Admiijistttr r taunt ti tlie;,S uthern'.' !If, However, we Ohio land is to that extent superior-asin : ,extraordinary. ::,f

general. In this part of the coun- tion of the,Government,. but theylwere compare'ihis favoritedftrie North;.\vith' 'Kentucky th ejs a 'large,mountain (elopement.of has commerce and'; manor ':ir
.ures ,always,resulted in the
had butone side strenuously opposed by iheStatesRiglits region for which .Ohio has nothing con? : 4'1
s try, however, we have ; M ary land, a.SoutbernStaf(5( !bf similar'\' drat ion.
.large, .
1 and as the subject is one of the first party.* On their passage in Cbngre'ss, territorial_ extent. andon&of iet ; equivalent. Thus, enlt is manifest .,which masses peoplejn }:

i, gnitude I have thought it highly it was,declared by John Randolpbfone' of Southern.. States, we. shall find that the free.people! ;of the slaveholding es, causes.inequality ..of/can? :t:

important that it should be well exam of the most profoundand sagaqous ,the latter to be decidediy) sup riour !in' States' which',are uniformly regarded as con, great increase of want, ,and;X fcne ,: :Pj

. ined. In a Commercial Institution statesmen Virginia, 01;,any,other country w'ehlth 'in1 propprtion to :the number the .Victims! oC poverty' arid 'ruin. :'an thirst{ :; consequences ; ;are fataljn, < !l

; t like this, it is peculiarly proper that thee ever produced, that a revolution-in. her citizens." According the census; all' richer, much richer, than those> c. place. to liberty in governmentjnns.,, '.t t

causes of tht wealth and the resources our Government bad occurred, w ose of,1840, JMaryland h.ajjtja free: population the .non-sla veholding;States which ha e aj Is' finally to;independence'has in ., 1J..

1'ofthe commerce of the country should consequences no man could caIClla; of.38 ,282, n4. Pt 1847 her property -, .been usually considered! as :the' m;t. ersal, ;tendency the,been:.so obviouajtj4,. ::t-
The result verified' this ; flourishng'rnembers this among great $tatesof'a1}} :
: be well understood. predict n. was assessed.at. $202,272,650. Massachusetts .have i
ir, as,to caused the.beliejKaiQmpnities
t When the constitution of the United Our population is now twenty millions, in ,1840 hadaa population of'( cy, and the. most prosperous communities ( j like .:pl

States was adopted, the population of and yet it is thought. all parties.that 737,699, and .her property-How is' only' .the world ever saw. Such at least frbin i themselves. the.individuals seedsofdissjl., COAtai". J

the two sections of the United States 1 twenty-five millions of dollars. perbannum _- 300,000,000.Taking these .two assessments is the testimony official documents 7 which :. :t t

; was nearly equal-each being not quite is enough for the support of Government as,the.! b.a.siso( comparison i on the subject-the, highest authority'.that ; Pie, e>t must,':' .ultimately.bring. -0.bent.. 't't 2:"

:1 two millions of inhabitants, the South in time of peace. Yet sixteen' and it appears ,that, theaverage property exists., For I have taken nearly all But: whetnef\; : : .1 1

- including more than half a million of /years ago, when our populationwas of a free'person in Maryland! was531wbflsUtfMassachusetts these statements of the prop rty ot the moral.being,. .whose;essence cpnsist? ,;

slaves. The territory then occupied but little more than half of whit;it is $ ; it is now, several States'alluded to, from the asjsessmenls the principles. on ,which itii I ,conrructedand 1 t

- by tbe two was, perhaps, also nearly) in, now, this Government exacted 832,000-, in thc'.palmiest days,she ha;;,ever:seen, made. by public.officers, fort '.therefore..not necessarilyortai '

: exte&tand fertility. Their commerce i 000 as duties on our foreign imports, only $406 .per he-the freeman ,of collection. of taxes. Of the,accuracy ; or ,whether we regard it.:las :A. !

r waarlfi0 about the same ; the North and that too, when, in consequence'of Maryland being about 25 per cent. the Cr the valuations, it is ,of course imin ere creature of:the .race or persons ::;: .J.2

1 porti*g .about $9,800,540 in 1790, this heavy burden on our foreign'trade, richer,. possible to speak from personal ktOwth lat founded or inhabit it,. and there ;:

and the South $9,20aOO.Even the we only imported 64,000,000. The Government The 'States'of New York and Virgin- ledge ;' but those' of Ohio and Kent kifo transient, there> < ui be no :doubt

J.i property held by the two sections was took half the value of the> imports .ia .are.u:' both' ',ot great'
almost-exactly! the same in amount, being 'as a tax on foreign ,trade. .{This* aridrTioi .materially:unequal1 in that respect as.nearly correct as hw ;:by the 'evils referred, to, that generally ::t[

about 30,000 millions in value outrage was the cause of South,Carolina *.
: rach, according te an assessment for nullification. ,,as,one..pfttHegrandest:productsoffree the chances' of error are perhaps ,Rural 1 life has. .always been> celebya; : t

. direct taxes in 1798. For the first Now the power of the. Federal'Government = institutioosthe.. presentcondition" .great on'one" side as the other.' ted by the poets for its iin ence. ,' 1 ; f

; ; quarter of a century of the present I over foreign .commerce, 'isby. of''Virg'iiiia Is continually' :referred -, In the;slaveHoldirig;States, slaves f "God made the.c&uoiry and rain made_ 'tbe town." :.i i
of included
;: ": Government, up to 1816, the South took the Constitution, precisely the.sarae.a.s_ to, as a striking und melancholy course in property But it is a kind -of life that"has seldom

: the lead of the North in 'CommerceIS :- over that among the States. It is a result. of slavery. Her poverty. her, think This is' sometimes objected to, b4 ', been thought vor bIe 'to the accumulation ., t ;I
without reasonThe
at the end of that period the exports power to regulate only.And the ignorance. 4 i; S'- ,,'lip. jdl e\s"her'd ay,- :and. *' quesn'ini- of wealththe first :want ofciv ,: ,:
winch is the
; of the Southern States amount to about South contended that inasmuch as-the her' misery the 'threadbare. topics,of. ,is,' : most profitable ilization. It is also ..usually0 associatelt :' t
of in land and slavfas -
ment capital .
, : thirty millions of dollars, which was imports from abroad were the:proceeds modern. political philosophy here and; : .is usual in the-slaveholding with .rudeness of manpers.' Hencerihy t i.

i &e millions more thar the Northern. chiefly of her staple exports, and; were abroad. 14 t.us now.consider e factsrHer 'in'land alone commerce'and hi- votaries". of fortune 'and society. 'have*

At this time, in 1316, South Carolina therefore to all intents and purposes, free population'in 1840, according or or ,preferred. the city, 'and if to these 3j re: '.f i
ufactures 'as fnthe :Nor t Sta
'i and New York were the two greatest tbe product of her Industry 'arid cnpi-' tothe trensus; was''790,810. and* her ,. r I add the vast' 'multitude who Seek tKimmedii I .
A nd'ithrs !almost ,unHr1l
1 porting States of the Union, South tal, that there was no more conttitution- property is now about S600,00000t; : ly decided" .in ncstipnxis favor.,.of: the latter.. In- "T gratification* -''ofth *if appetites i i

) Wina exported more than $10,000- al right to tax them on arriving in our I Tile population of New"'York;in 1840 : lawsihe1slaveis ) ;and passions, which cities'afford, If I
the South ; to its )
: 000, and New York aver 14000000.* ports, than to tax:.the products o/ the;; ,vair2,4&S,921/an'd in 1847: r property according, ::at the*hazard'of futare' nt" ivehaVe* I; &

: According to the issessments made North, when shipped to'.the.South. ,-.. is assessed at 632699993. "'Iheaverse"property .' < available, to. ',his.owi4tor- a'' 'clear soJutlon'oftbe undue tendency.,* '; ;
her -
ty minority of the Federal Govern- When, therefore the statesmen of of a free "whiteerion ,the purposes TlTe of property,North ,has.as held;any \ ''to'city at:the expense oun'tryJif< ) } i ;

2. Cent iD 1815 for direct taxes,the value the South reflect,on the great commercial Virginia is'$758 ;' in'New.yor it'is ever property., that!this, peculiar species oiroperty This :great evil, sufficient itself *& !j I
r < property in the Southern States had and manufacturing prosperity of pnly $260, or a little more than --one- I ithe' cast stigma on civilization'and'-even* 'j J
< xin to 8859,574 <97 the white ,being i. profitable: it for: thVifirstvtime !,
third .ultimately*to' 'destroy was
population their country Jn the days. of.di1ectax.ation t lot ; 't. -> ownerhasbeen. impoverishing anjruinious. -: t !
being then according to an aver- successfully;.encountered ano :, ;
and behold, herdilapidated! jnstead of and. '
now Virginia, being poor fl: ,And inContradictionTtoisI
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4. of the census of 1810 and that of and deserted harbors under the" need l much conquered.. bynbe j 'instit'utiOnsofihe 11 i
,- I83 cities } pf; the.pityi of0Lhe| .: ppprerjpopulation have 'shown that in every 4comrmitywher : : t '
about 2,79,795, or about $312 change of system, is wonderful l. that ) of the North is perHaps the *:it"exists- r '"wealth ablnds :South,' and in'the preat': :achievementiVirginia1 ; i1
. p 'head whilst the of the P :. U' : 1:9 4averagtfwealttf L rJrichest "' ; ; led-the waY.'i.' .Amongstthe: :
, Athern property they have madethehalls'. ; Congress community an the wozid. The !; to'ta far g Teater,extentS- than i in die jatesfrpmTwhicHjitnis : t ,
; ;S2 States amounted to $1,042- eloquent with.!the' ruin and"wrong..ttieyhave *of lie people:of Gr at? excluded< ,, whever, ;;eary-.twhltel! tt1er .of Virginia:wejreC ; t.ff!
*, for 4,326,550 population, or wonderful that, but it many'of 1thef'avalierswbo: 'bad: been 'f =
crJ suffered 1 Or it: is Britain maybe about the same : be their.climate; soil or. .' Ii
; I1t2 per bead.!. whilst cannot:believe.that. is and,i think may ; 'driven?into/exile by':the'triumph ort *> .;
North, ;not;flart8P: {pmductive, ] But'even if'th e assessed//value' of itheslavesfin ,
ATeuia Manufactures the South at Roundheads tandofr: :G well ':1-barGavaliers'wereiotthe ,
i what has"been :conducive to its own 11, earth ; -' : ; rom ;
; so jn9 'f.R .J peopleon Kentucky Virginia j',an fiJa;
tJ ,
t\II.Pt 1
f :? -* tj .Jt t
excelled the North in party"iijfEngland
.tu siif" ; *
{ proto should be a-condition, comfort + 'country : ,
prosperity, detrimentaltfto'others .live in 01 greater ryaudTwere J left9uL,of thejscheift of!
r 1POLio their (> '{ 1 : the cities and' ;
the numbers of ? townst
pop-; should.-yet. take..the.:Sputti #ts. and'enjoyment' than those of'Virginia. their property, the white,people ohiise tvere'more "
ati0L. In 1810,,According to.the roC and-seeki.for, v- 1bean -: as D '._;fear.rLrj-! 'generally devoted'totbeTRoundi :
I word us to its decline,'a ri& 'r : States, 'would. remain .wealthier tnan "
the Marshals.of the United ; "' : f' ,Tbis the >... : heads. -The Cavhliers ofVirginiasee- .: I:
: } oilier causes of such1 a.. .result cline iher; According to ; tKan'those rObi "N: 't& '
I S&ith wootjjcpttouj.ah'dU8 ; "tl- *<;} ; ;" p t y' fhas ,'average -' Vo have brought over-with"them from :
fabrics of been. 4& :ha 1840 with 1h'I :\ v** (" 'I- 'i p ; : ,
dot and slavery : Virginia
census -" '--
.F. .. vl f jJJTi u&MassacnuseLts.1. r* ; !
*' < f PuiJ y"t. t
ttanufacttred in the Northern iiJiE -- - England a:'bpstiljt''evenio"the4rnofrsbyf ,
.; Stzte! with,extraordmary ii .been lijl.-. a free population of less than oneitbird' ** ,By-other 8 again 4- iLis_ ifend'l. *7 'S' f1V* : i
1V tof
$, arnountei,to 40,344,274 eiHcient. and ptlitt oi] Ihejenemjie beljindrthem :
ed;upon as tbeigreatand cause i that of. New ,York1. a capital' iri"estimating-the I/4rn-
'edat. 321,061,525 .whilst the South. Dok 4 ''"t J f average .'as&hesettIera ofeI\ew:EoglaadroflMhe'otbe !4; I
of Southern -decline. And' it 'is omethmg'less, produced fronrtbe varjdus'brahchesVof dividuals inthe:: mm dnitrthiWavr ; S' ,
? -Hand frbtn ( oiind-5 1t
estimated f >1 -" '" P'ougntjoeinciuded' ? > the :
34,786\497 yards $ -It'J t
; assumed'ihattheohtb: : :; ,, nuucwaajrthe.oldef her niryrm re! ,.aperpan '' tI 1

I (16,771,724.. Thus,',after the.l lapse'' States, is .undergoing he .$. tbn.half4yie!product_ ,9 lY.i : ,efOutapropefly.j #.;fJ1! ,.Ikip"k;.is.I heads These;'*':becatne.hibly: > were''commercial.-exhibited" ,*"**>\ ,; ,
under ? AdUctiriglthe'aniiuar peculiarities int ,.
I J tar quarter of'ji' century, cess :of .impoverishment,;depopulaypn,. aqd as:tiotaL. t.l.'K" ;:;of&Yirgia1: 1f1I: error,*forth 'reason'bf>resta-: u- grns'of< the3 qj ,. :
I rikinmanneriaihpr
_"Rent form, of, 'Govern ent,c the and \iee.At the.North she i.coritinu--! slave ana tee,. IS onlY about ,haif..that,., d'Whe j\1is.1')ntend at the .' j
; J'h ad surpassed the'North ; -" allcUssesyin1UrSmlngJ ;. '"f.l 1e".1i, :.fi 1H..i' f.'f'L' .II i 4' '.csS' *"- *'" *'' ;: '-Ljtj.; two'colonies 'Bncr ftt IlJ us:; "Big 1 1thigi '
\ C91ThI r bValmos .OX"J" w.. .. ." )$ Clear 1 er''Ue-. .white :ought to abandon : : '
man ftve pro-
'*" r .. _._. ._ .". ,, ." ', _L ., feu. lird r libehyi Vir. t I 1. i
Manufactures in thei'aelof t k..s" J4'4' 'S' P '" .. ,
f i i ontumplionofbpthViriniawilliiaveailarerrioortion/ .
anopi. ; ?
. P. .1 -4.. ., .... ., ; yr* ., ;: wealth j.proportion to ty. She s.nccused: ;oridlenes t ;jjmoj;: .' .:' prevents' hUDNm"-gettang>' "'' h1? "it.jsiabsiifd ,rn gimiiwar, ind f .ttiHfl, .Jfo:; .-Jtfgihii t I'
erof itisenrof'the y'
: renpective c
aice"cruelty' )andf pride.4 ;Sbe/i'ad.; --- ;rjto"assertnhal'he not inljr Ka si
; ; :-u 'h h. : ,: 'Aif.i.tJtr.7ij, eharacier bf'independent'.']lanit holders (| :
; *Amencah Aimanac. '
j .
yised to :emancipa1e beriblaveand f- I !8' 5"J t.r a 1t /} t't1f 1.J= 1 i 6t"'Q. .) ithie sl .ifii atIier.. s'! tbeir plantatio. : j Q : s
ttct that hasThe'harbprsof1Sfprfdlkof tt'T i- 2 h. L' %'tt 11e > Jivitigpartton? ; .ft .
I change
period a'great emu1afe-ttb'_ Kn' h ?)n"i. ntfirTOrise/indttS-.I ;$, ; he opulation oC.lU C usett- 1S D.tidIi c9y .,9Pg l"Nm! .J-"Jl. i i.'ijl!t ofcommerial.; 'monq1 i ;
3 ed.- 0 \ '-f; t i ; tti.B. ; Xir-
; g. o-'Te e l inerPaS i
: ,try,*and ciydjaUont t:3tt'b,'iI- .. .,iforanyrotberpuxpos ort. wofpo i : -j i it
eomn t..t f'tl..mount : jQ 'ii"i1l
i"iriniaYAS gJna4upjfl1ke
1DqDd of Charleston 'andSa n. :: J i 4
; 1l "
: CViiZC41IrCGi0flou'that' 7 J .s ITowassutnQL Jitical -tbe .Ia.e.1nC't' g
"'C, been ,deserted. ''for ihose'of :-The firstiobject'pf wealthl depend,] in 1834sr byrof itahei.aes Pewt 11 haffoffl1t : economy'' j'r-*; 4'.witb'the'TreenianIn l ti' .',)1' place. ti1ra.aet .'As to all potward ipwpearance.it I i' 1
Accumulate4 ; I 1i men'-'f uC averaE ...
looked all like a-wild'aesert .
, Iij W1phia, .New Y ork:and j Boston'\ Im.provemep( in .ac -?" eP.. litb '.i1'.i'. -property'asliigh 'as,.negroes, the total"inusfc f "'ft'l")1.fj.1 Ol.a'vtate">'';.lt', .g I 1'''.'evperbatin -r"I;". J '.a'"';<,, and the ntd J i llloWiSoi iariIw', #II j H ;;
angish : Southern ; t w-farcceedthat estimate ns inl847"Bff6 ,1 ,.
only ; he t$4'bfsocietyinhtbattate. tbeiStatc'flia considerdtbeSouthemar -. : f't V* j. O.ia*.3 ;
tt7 ,upp1y&ftIie, \I..t i 'Ii
that m estimateuM3L7u1eLkt18c14r wn ludgtoeQloaahe/Ti seBce.pl. itiesijet
pretends to rival its;,Northern : atJll\V' tJ rthauiI1 -V' > '! '
t'1t.fJ 'r
: < '
ee Ptitors.. The grass is growing in ft"tb C : :i fthat'1b' -(utb i.' i proPerty. ._ al IlPtI persoi44l54 taxO r9h ec1 ui t lfe N. ..r..' l.O.,. ritiD, gJ" _ti, 1'.. : gardedtas'eof bl standorst"conitniesiwAmerjca.the poorest, misera-.-' :if t 'J
i : ; ;
reejottse I ( -;' .1 4'tf''' t'!' '
cstieiof'1heSoathigJllallymODopoh ' cJarcato'bt e.an. { T.' It t
eh :
'w4 "h didnots tiJy iath
color'i'jj 1. 3) 't.r i." < tr' "tl. andriheaQt ; Jjr$ :aitOr81tt.rf1:1848i of : I
, .! our,. :'t br.- .aO\lf,' VIS ,11 n. 'p 1', .,"'
4'0.0. had ittle
; v '-rw7 w *** ** yaer.*TQ l lOhiQM4toT'sBeort. .. : ,pf 2I;!?; It ._ of }. II I
don Iwr'peculiar ..ostii ytiop IB. ." 'i. :'. ." .J. -. .,=.. :! ,. ', .' '- ,
c i .fi"j; ; : -riJ.--: "._ .,: .) t
', .".". ". "" "f''., ;-,': ,,;.' : .'::" /i.:. .. I ,' 'r'\I':' ;,, :'.'"".''.'.":''.,.: -. ', -" ,.>'!. i ill; 1 I

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wr: ,
$ : 4tiwa$ saffied r _, Londonry V-S'J.T. yc se tor kr wV ;KwwM
; ---- -
-- 1-- :
: iwftft
: i-4
ik' the t919th immereiil,1849 Jmpoc.tMlee.bf,hfs an Liborate Califore, rem 4. .ibesegtlenen. ot erthan In the ttrtcrneat of my Lbi1 faS

: cca to EuTppefwere made inibfcsrevemje : wrlfsets out oAwjlSg to ihow thfi! flOS UP0 tsilI! bepre. ducts ofztb *U'8rt1cl of '

4:; of he lergyj'andf the1 tnaffta -: drcnsUnces of Sirfr cds Drake 44t cOtton4eld, of

rites idf. tbe colony; Jwas -colJectedivP kemossewion of the country in .i, $ thh
ihV 'thercolbnialtradelmdh EDnda-fairt1leto it, and that, it A: e ohe 4ihOflet1 The
same} 'currency j
i Tecfcivedc his1 pay'in' tift1ieB thh ; aev ?Mofreyof General to,i ot deliverel here1lir snth ,
straggllrigpanels ;
fkrt -'of xx, purchase, treaty or otherwise, Thc94rJi..GEurIeaoIArreated.; 1849. ,
1 jt df'it-j "and ships from'!a. percted AhaLtitIe.foruot doing rsemado' ;-a clean, ;w- epiB; ; W generally, mnej-
CtJFt i broad were obliged be whole months ;souily.bcratesit.= In-fact be is o .-- iw"-f-<'> t' -: prevails concerning Soath.
As it, was intit djo-Ili. thy. of the oldestjant* greite,
with,his tWith
2st itt'lbe'mers, -. ----- t'o, ;an mo
plaritatioris on thei r' banks could pick latter populous of ihe North.; ber
operationjwhich-the !
4 op'a cargo.- In' the season of a comtnefcml feed rapgeous by,becoming,the'-ownenof: -f-l' kiike4out,,they resig ne. 4mong th pnety known therefore,that
Z- v-* bY the
r revolution, the'commercial ete Ti following..,:extract.,from.theft ar W mpe6 or t guillotined fctinYofebfTiKe ..RaDvidu sections, truth, lustwo

t1 i; '! 'nididn6tenter'int" the character shr.the estimate, Iii bIie places on mtDs.. ,' otOcala,, .and tthat;fat w, *tv. :RBitfdKhis particularly a
4 nf aUmpbHari e ?of California; 7.with /*? I yu- vl* -4& 4* *jIHi / ; Tafe'Gott State] 4thi8ath: wiiidallfdd o"t'mentn4'
i oT the Colony. Its; inhabitants daily igKifely tsfo4gcd ia*Ocala jail 4jv.r.. ca $' i.12who defled. 1 .
i broad ,
deep that
eked icaiittlie ,wttn
out .a sncom
t; grew more'and'more averse to.cohabttitionl" art Fcis o1iexaq hns'deliver ed : -: :: h abound in'feet, that non ; iionrc;
%fc- oipnb s"T" mpst"necessafy Ts.* "" '' y r *to s cur z.w the? .salary, of a.jaboripus. ;cesblp.r-! deny.to b*'pertinent-facia
aiis aid trade bf ; in'lndii up;knd,cahT>e found at the same --* *-'**i J **J the highest,wisom ;tb be bad.j sa'
of England
$ 4 Such was the character Virginia Does Gen. TAYLOR preteiifJitolsay/any!
( 'ff". i>fit *' '' --j-$. ? : ; ? Now, ff the alle tions
A tralla/and airher'poscssibns and /
in 1700 ninety-two after thejcolonyfwas locality.. f *
years < t her chaMcteror"d id he ed in that Lecture
t)PacJlo poean.H It U:more necessary -7 i-iSt k'J'\ tW tltingr'Bgairisf' were partJal and
t founded, fand seventysixbeforeher tit her vast and Augmenting;interest Abappy'tq earn tbat the remove her on account of her political it was forthechaopTon: : o

::4h independence-such she has artersAthatt Malta,igf to protect.her attendance upon ,MrMADisON; .. "f it appear, as the approbation'*&4

remained. I have seen ''a lawpassed iteWicanbr than the Cape and St. farinpre: farorable opinions opnpons-t. 4 '. ,1 :.,_.t which-, the Lecture received in'tgiven'it
re?were n h'el'lntefcoarsewith'lhe sn nutbOritaint e .
.l by her Legislature/daring the revoltionary fr-'.ti fw>T.: ** ->f* ,' fiiJ.'t-r .' "i'jfr' 2 .: J'i. -
islit1 \ tutors : belongs
t It"iVastly important- ; recovery? / trb&t to the
: war, prohibiting merchants ; : > T i- E viu !!
v rlahd j route.to':;India andi China, : ;v .rv f J-'i.f.v

tti ? ; fronvserving as Representatives in the .tl1nfforththerneans2of obtaining '-yester. -* ;>>.aysboat-welearn v'V''i: 1__'t ''V :4s'e finish 'ibis week therpublfca- 'Btn -
L3n Continental C ngress. /IEI 'trwpslandjmilita: 'y stores,as well as woman, the !'c39t the brutal- # ?' : *" *? **'- be1ieve.The Tribu ,,

I ', But this primitive character of Vnri'ginis deiice f.'-BUHLESON*s vf > 5 -and Ma&zOw-who/- >fi---Sf- ionjtlitat. ._. -J A .,-> *,of,, Thlast session* A :, be&sOrV'oforga'n ottb pbi P'
r tin of time with .China and i. 1odel Republic" 9
r point ? ,
eenabled columnstureof
i. could not have been:preserved K to devote., our
rearer in point of time,with Australia. f !'to pieces with their dogs, has my' this
1 the extent we now'behold, but tor, p eeuliar land ought to hate done exactly what t! .. 1' : b ncefortto matter of ore particular betekes Itself to the prop tb

circumstances. The soil ofglnia \ ernment and, people of,theUnited $ _of'her.wounds.' .-t-- -. .\. : .'' ft, i nt r st.W'e cominen withthe lets. th character of an pppnt

was found;to be adapted tojth d6he-_ secured Ca1iforflhin&tbCdTUflway,1tbroiighth ,1'' ''-- ,,, 4 f, remote and obscure paper, ocaej in,1
Isth'niuSj frotn $ fcffi $'* Mr. '- -
cultivation of tobacco and .Africn '
; ama with perpetual guarantee ftr its 4.t T-fc' '* --- -- .-' .-fT? whose ,porsUty
4 k' lave labor-to its cultivation ; and to .I lested'.and comptiratiyely,untaxed, <; : : ;are k'.1'gratified t \ .that-' a tTpon'tts -rstappearance; ;--.p', ;we: Commented 't phere oflti the ajZ

acco soon became an article of con at both extremitiea. This.provident, of this, highlyvaluable.insti ., at some1ength.upon. this. remarkabli cannot be adapted the taste,of the cpft
I merce. The introduction of this so came impe'ralive itfnave'b'een', and tpthe" British. was ijanzz d;in 'thisplace; on -" I. production-,-and shall' for' ty of the.Empire, Sate of th'e North
m ought bbnousVthe5 ,
effect of
had the excluding
of'labor ;
; ; ;/ from E thej designs? of the"*Washington ''the 7th inst., by'the: Rev. t heprentnerelyurge its attentive ckiinat!; -ibI .2,1849 -

r a great measure, emigration Mexico became.maul!test and anequvocaLpos3essin ,4'1 'numbers' ,'- ,__r-_ '__._
: Already- perusal: H a most unanswerable -
which subverte argument
-the emigration of California .by.the Unjted '
rope n:- ?' *i ** r'-:7I? *&" 'y; AKOTHBB MgxL-The RepJr .
I.., ascendancy of the Quakers of.Pen piitsA>ein in the hands of that country, .converts- }and; itaTmemberB.jure A'in favor' of the institution of slavery I4tb inst wys AVeWn jhATtaotiier

ti1 aylvania-which has materially mod cu'rb'in the tuo'ath tif thVBritish5 Won, by themosU highly,respectable i in V, anaj'proyes i ibythe'jncalin&wiibje. inufo
of whicJwithtime, the yomig giant-** : I was (wmmiueJfla; lachua county iaitj.,

,' ? fied the original character New En,; ble to eheck,:contro ,;orthwart the : .*! They are:alb zealous,,rand of oll sts-statistics,--t'nat; ,such institutions M'r> '- wnefbs )nt aman: ,pf;property;wi

land, and still more of the new free st England -in.her Asiatic and,Australian tb/t.he/
: heard.to
'of not say Vbldjor' filyof
of 'the goodsinfluehce tteir only< mutually/beneficial i
tel of the West. And it has bee s sions. California, covered, 'with''the ; '
V Vv fl>
: through'negro slavery that agricultu timber in 'the world'for ship building; .. 4\ 1 .. 'fl4 t a'bafh1Taee* irr a pecuniary 'point i of Wgroes' yiiich. were7soca to b'aFard sol& $
.,. -
: :: & if .ii; UMI '' ed horn
i of"the oat retir and
; I ting of every variety tree,5 | ;
; has been made, for the first time in tt 1 view jut that its'effect m the United
) the water's n-i .
near edgewhere ships >* two men ridi toward the
: Editorial Changes ? i la *: j. 14 ai1 <-J --r. ? g, nse
4 history of the world, so profitable ar s tructed and floated down to.the States as been to.. makethe slavehol. f
? nd1ylie 4vaflced to t them..
4ftrJ : attractive as to render rural life the'frorite bay,there to rest in security till they / addreWrinT, fthef;: Savannah ine ftibeaaa
ted. In the broad California -' ., i'4 d era pobably the richest community in uPi one of thjmenaliot.him dead.llianstbenpase&hiniand .
i,: of wealth as well as of the tnaof valleys we perceive.that'Mr.-BOL-: ; .
make the i elements of human food can be- '- :;. ; .it. .; ;r-t c iilIzdorld.- i' vi entered Ijiijlfe
the to
abode of less expenditure of labor than any part ( \yithdrawn fipm that edtab- Of lourseMr. FISHES, has ling,.and altjough MrsBsIn'swifti'
Mead of the towns the elega shores of the Mississippi. \ been at- IsAmilyJ
t,. manners and refined taste. And th and thtit:our.old friend S. -& all sides, and treated with 'scaekedon erepreseu they robbed the house if jiti ,

IcM.4p.1 system of society has prevailed throug Almost a Tragedy.-A. few weeks ago, ,' ., formerly of the Floridian, of S40qot| aip then fled. They wereaatme
of killing;almost, occurraTin the edge : ridiculj scorn by those >who jvere. ni zed ,and hd .been
i out the other States of the South, owir purchased an interest in the same. not /taken.at theletIc.
: bama, across the line' from Holmes A s not disposed to- i into the truth
; f
of their 'it r f !> Tt IPX' enquire co unt.i C.v
: to the similarity outfits difficulty had sprung up,between two assured that under these t. # ,;
character that of Virginia-to h named Martin and the;other Dean,on '& i" *' -*" *"*i *fc' of his sserio s. cAn*attempted .reply5hai.bejn DJaibur'Mnju. "
earral CJMt.H
.1*..';.. example-to emigration into them of the latter's "feloniously taking and the important business,re made in the Washington NationaJiEra :Desprtchjufrbtn New Orlean ,datbl5r* .
away" the wife and dog of the former. which .Savannah bears to'East'
the warmth of tl ;
.: many Virginians, .the of the n nesday-the inst 'says tKe'Ch'jirlestoa
offence was more aggravating,as Dean organ Liberty| ; Coa
: t ,. a. ': climate, nndto'the culture of cotto fife and dog of his own, and Martin will be duly estimated, and that Partr,'* :saiJ ,to be written-by er, annbup'ce! the decease of the"seiienbt.atriot .

which is more favorable to the emplo rithout either. To make the matter still 'men'mny duly re aJY'crthp and/J&jb/Qenerai Edmund Pb-
:1, -
jt' ; ment of slave labor than that of toba, lean meditated decamping, with his Carcinian, but this seems' rather im* di eton 4ies. He breathed his '
last the
pncouragemenandr facilities ; at SCharlW
CO. Itist Florida, and thus the ware : prob ble. 'Of courseMi-i FISHER' will
g\ard against a reprisal Martin, as rniher coldly.extended. Hote, NewlOrieaM, a\three
,4 Thus, then, we have fifteen,south* be make short work of this patriotic Southern '
veyr naturally expected, on W4dneiday .'morning, ;Cholera. aftWas
J.f States-one half of the number b hia Hon. EDMUND BURKE, one of "' *
chpk.this ruthlcesnnvusion.pf
lo'1 ? ., illness bf cnlysa day or:two. 1
.1. 'dj to the Union occupying carine rights,and accordinglyrepaired TAYLOBlperipatetic \ : "
ing v-
gentry/or "
,. ;1i( .,,, territory-who present the extraoti to premises bf Dean armed with a, menTotherwtse*i *--r- "Vi- '* -, t' -1 ht following letter, addressed to the
: bariI' The latter the thedecapitated Crnasse.The wafer 'm th'frtreeS of
si. ,.: : and far researches ei gun. knowing ** '- -- ti'** N. "YJ\ Tribune; will be interesting to '- -- --- ',
so as .
p nary, my oftIi former, thought it prudeut to Palents bus become u. New Orleans'was still slowly rising"on t&'ejhk
: : :;; s tend, unparalleled result of a pop close" Whereupon Martin resorted ; our readers, as it'shnw'many of the and the crevasse had not 'been *
with father yet ,
.. vJ: la on,,, which has 'acquired great following expedient to draw the invader.I'r RITCHIE, of the contemptible attacks to which Mr. F. ?

;;' wealth by nownltn** ..hnyj. olbm rights within "buckshot range," ; Mr. BURKE'S talents as a'poli) Steamboat
r--'t" any other manner ; and \v the'pin fastening to the gate, he would has-been: exposed .by thus defending Disaster,-The ApaUeiieoikcrtiser AI

have consequently given ascendat in its stead a splinter, and rub against; are of a high order.- the South. His views are termed by issues an extra, aniouncing the eiusion >

1 :.. within their borders'to country life Jer the On the mnuerofzI third night hog the, causing to:.spring !, .s.over.t tesjgnateof"Bun< v the Tribune_ 'the most extravagantlyabsuraopin'ons on the iSith nlt f1ie steamboat EI1j f|

,- city, in social and political pow< Deanhearing the"rubbing"and the gate ," ?publiahedu: the, Union in. j bf -,wne'man" ofourT"i apt. Yanvejghtbn, when about eaTfiig lir
4 In Great Britain the any -- wharf for Columbus. he ha f a full toil
only county went hud took down his rifle,remarking ; attracted universal (commenda : -- l" "->:i-"J Vti?7 cargo"
which be two vives aThere's that infernal acquaintance. here'js at least more board Seven -
can compared in cirilizatio : hog "IX k.t T1'"* --*: I t e < '* Tl'r *- inirty-five" persons" on" ,persons...
with ours, the landholders indeed wit fix his pictureAs his person came methudin* madness than in tbat.ofGREEIEY'S ektled and missing: ,-*and T..ji"'us.ji nine others*njcre? orIjss //
lief teforethe.door.lMttrtm fired-but able and industrious '
.f.t very wealthy class, perhaps the mos'voodaini. Seventeen buckshot lodged ; compatriot, Fourierism.IortKeNerfYorkTnbvne. Uv injured v .t-1* .A.; among), "the- latter. are.. the C'tp'Uia.:-i. i.aiid .- -

.1 $0'but they have dwellings in LondonJ t ideof the door, and three' in Dean. of... the Sentinel, takes i*' .a:-momen \ May 18.] two engineers ,rfj ,- i

:. and pass a large portion of the year r?llMartin hailed him'with- 'Fm your rest from, his wearyJabor!, and. NEiEaifr.in BI4t.WOOD FIMIIBB.To '

1- 4 there The landholders of Great Britain igyou've fixed him have'you ?"-and .vsitLthis-aummerto* J tf* the.North.t- i. iEDiTOii.OT THE;NEvr'YOBJT TRIBUNI:- The Cholera..-.The Charleston j arief. of'rtj*
I od his retreat. The wound did not Sth inst. that j'is' ..
I also constitute but small says disease 8pmdingn,
a is in The .
portion Thi.following paragraph .Tribuneof
>rtal. In the-course, of a few days, -fellbw-craftsm'an that he;can do
of the population. >k up his line of march for E st IfloriJa the,25th ult.- "- ,' .. piily in New York, and iis by nbineaju.c; -
ictL1Y.:;; t (To be continued.) ? wife and dog of his antagbhisi'ih. his H is place'is supplied by M r. Bi' 'ELLWOOD.- F1IB- UNMASKED.-The- ned'to* the- lower*x v classes. .A. *-number- .- bf period'**

J '1. -. _ _ rlorzdZJVJWJ.Tuae3. Cain (Illinois) Delta says that Ell wood Fisher in i the.more respectable,walks,of life-t hav?r bets
't' The Removals. 4 ,: '
-- -who figureing'quite extensively in the Southern
; is
; Irtea
4 e off in.from eight to twelve hoars ed*
-. t "On being .remonstrated with tAN IRON LIGHT HOUSE is now being Loco Foco press as the authorof lecture in
: on account "Cocked Hat"
I.' ; of the late removals lladelphia, tbbe, placed onCarysfort -.'L; '- .' il ? ; Consistency- ->? (aVr of Slavery 4 humane and divine institutioi > fl CSL. .There were thirty-nwe new;.cam i

: ? Democrat by a leading 1 Florida'coast. It .is designed to friends j;reward, no enemies to pun -was a Quaker,bat Has been turned bat-, eleven deathstpn, daytbe 5th,and' J

k'! whose name I can give you present flouting light, and will be a "Not ihe President of a party P'""Would' w s a Whig, but-has turned 'D nioc '-was a seven,new cases aad fifteen Jeal on th liJM
S 1.t if'you: desire it, 'Old Z.ick' assured him 4. structure in the open sea, built the nomination Jot any "p. rty !l77- ramk'Aholitionistf'but'riuij into the dpi ;

that none of his brethren in the faith *h.is always jeigbt or tenjeet .-. as readily accept the nOmination of the p site extreme- considers him a great reasoner,' Three new cases and three deaths inB; otinr
yJ t... 'alwhich is not unlike the new light at the None reported in Baltimore qr"phiUdeif> .
'fr .1' bad been turned out except for cause-. as Whig Convention I""Loath t but thinks he cannot reason the Delta into,the
cither drunkenness Me in Mobiloharhor. The plan of tbe !"> "Honesty, capacity, and fideli belief that h'e is the.mpst consistent man. in the

or incapacity. aahe contemplated manner of Us acl ary. .. World. The Delta ia an independent paper. 'The' Canadian-,4ffausJ ts f Nnzft
tl tr1 t;1 The above is from a Washington letter thilescribed in H letter from the editor t. PBESIDENT- Mobile AUrertiaer pubJiahes this bhort sumniarjr e
NforleansBulletin ;sy TIlE wilb Europe- Great, .E2 emen-A. letter, j
i signed "Observer in the : ? ... ? of lr.Fih r's.oure?A co.MJiok witH .
Ledger, reareight large round cast the.advice or coD ent of the Sen- Montreal ty
Thursday. Now TEl'SOUThERN 'WB1 .Z&E8ENERALLT: refrains JunefCthfiay*: -,. / .5 *
: common justice to riA or shafts, which are to bo set : .
the 14 .fronijCrtpyingjhe,absnrd lecture of fish '"The.greatest,excitement j prevailed tiioog -
i ,gentlemen removed, demands'that roJo the depth of six or feighf BUTTS to he 'His whole lecture wns bat a tirade against
the to under water ; PosLMasteratt out the city y esterday,) :regard to thei ft>a TJ
: name the "leading -demo ra: {perforated -lor. the vUle -vice J h instiiationV'nnd'cusVoms of the-North, and
11b'I shafts when ou ;M.nPjpNsJ fe-j the rela CaIdiAnifaT1'
thus English to
referred to, be given, and that the Thj insertedyat t the progress otLib LiberalHeforaTewy- papers ve
? r4' e charge alleged to have -been made by :tto cu -,,will embrace a iclepriirea4om ,,i El 1" J Nrnember, of the Society, .Friends, :in good, Wtthlthe issue of the ciijr papers of,this morning -'

President Taylor should.be Uo4ward nty feet: that int diameter> with E have no personal l objection;what* standihgwpul .
thoroughly so at lthelr'Upper'end
4.f't; become i for African
I1E; investigated.It is too much to be borne,. :disficeprobablyof[ thirty feet above the .Mr.'BUTTS, we hope and believe -middle of an the'apologist'XlXth cenlurjr in[the Slavery Model in Re the*;,, ,; Tbo, party,in\fctTor\ of snne i ita

rr ;: that those who have almost universally thel-cie is contraiBted to forty feet' ; /- makW good Postmalstel/! publIotth worhL'L -. 1 the United Stales calls itordloudiy.tli&aiT?'
( ': enjoyed the,character, evenrfronutheir: c ItwoaldW4ifficuH; : to condense itr j Jhe same er
ttr' political.opponentsu faithful pen ularly in the center, arid tor ntI sa that'no.,case,of prosciip- space a rgreater number of falseho.5da and misrtal greateaf.iodignatlon anddisgujt'preTailJ aongst
being fwholsolid firm.
< Theyar' lI L elsitt'
has is r.'that'I
I an.er am ftthe author of *
efficient oud respectable officers, shouliJ, Mtjich "other knd Iclioft'th -' : ,yeue4oncalIedJor a lecturft'iri iavdrj/of SlaVer as humane''and'Ditine the ulti a ilcy alistn* ,** f 1 '.. ,

,.'9 'I in their removal fromi office, have..the. iwithjie center shaft, by.:horizontal- unjustifiable as that of Mr. PONS. institution.n-is false that lam'a Qua 'Appeazi ee'li iett

charge of "drurikdeness.and) incapack (iIp to t afts,about in iix inches in diameter L as(the'spirit of whiggeryisj ker-and hate; been turned out,'? that lever;i. justify ttist supposition thlrabippeiVwU "

4: ty," laid upontheuiby* .:President:!'fay-; by s, ;iprights ets'afld'screw the most boltS substanii4'Ohget" IieWv'lW ihoWh.I' "was a Whig,"or,tlt I etet(*was$i AbolitIon, b4'made just ryefctbi -*

k l r-or any. body:\else. We,ask,the! hori q, : ; be fojuij- ) jn7tj| lecture t fcyank 13.4 prBweet.1tis tlrad 'ftgalnst the a mlstate bstitutfons'and'cosipms that the tbry PS51Sfr.St'ibdTult: *(iIIbA'

T naraeot.tne auinot of the statement.- iratj anoth'eiCmidway,'aud aootLer at of the""Ndrthrahd the'progrek of libei'swas ( i 1 AllenffiWM

Pezans1vaazan. of WFte ;:shaft,1 neetingfrpnj"" Mt.;PONSc 'His course :. !&?:

1" u4'k- ::3 of umtude fi ytVr one to"f,hef to the main others c nter,. shahsY ncfroix, -'s- 'officer, ., been-Buchitas.tb. -'' *- a einberidyolnntarily .pflhe SocfetT f fFriends, & *
F How '
tome people keep ; ; -4'J 9L withdrew'when the Societv diT&ed
( : up, appearances, at nbVhe 'all' -; ibWVer ewVwifbWt'onveutionl
t the JforUi i toM bj the Boston Herald. Some ; top of t4eseniHghui, parties andto Win theii r some vears ft b a'nd oii'tKVccount1 e r
he'sorIower ,
years ago aa old'and respectable" merchant of story i3i4 %
t4t4i.k.! whlcusi be.wb: .theyaUhe '-' a f )p
the : : 5L.tft 11 : te
city died, leafing property as.was sopposedl f Jffi <"- dfte1'.ppoiitIflg'uUidnWith tWre'his exceleneo
$$1 Ir
wb al1is ir
t:1: : to the aaoudt of s.tps, : enOjCapita by"V
1 $300,000... He was in thfhabitofjwyingftjax tanks'ilLid ot -"--, i"-Ci it, AJ | : f &u.ty. ;f il *****
supplies every-kindare ?
upon; this sumfor, several 'removals as this. f4W hen 4ha.tiexi i llprw? rngsiig.Jm3
kejt': b'ove1uto b hi t woT
ilep1ii rthit
is feared
yeir $ ,He UTedlna style for 'fi 'isowEn e
2 "elegance; kept tlouftjiwoljfrar lnafly FOI
cants d b1 re'tIo 9
.i4bovelew ?
jedplecithWSt .
Ms.carriage wiiin the hi4thiftltorybf ti, if0V
bibit'of'ndJnz tbvhis'; ansi lookor'oomijr- .. : r iOT'XE4DiiG JrariiKrentasY (a 'Vbi B&T1sfuirnT 7i* sabsid Fl **"will. ? '"
> ; k4q. ,4 OU,
tore and to th.; bakian4 apartm nts I xd w. *
Insurance officesV anbght, get.Iiis"w1k pnpetshsm irrrHrak foriiothiug elsa s jievenM ioniiaaasr ..* ?*&
ewt*tea bodied and ijiTestigation'into his tou2e 9vQU. Th fl*?5 w ?' I No t "single;net ofjnimo tali ty .alleged[or **!* J* t'/-.O Jff'w & lMtf
d *
fa\i s
: &1mtoo1p1ice, itwas, found that hewas ithLljd1iltb iouwiUfepn a scale sufflqient foif a; : andhej?|ll4M haaUoJi( poesibU t
I Aflte t nGLhin on qinccre QIpr perty though of cfc'so ihere-wiil'not'be&lieh r'. nor i tb u4 iotlcatioii ta I Was 'ulsowiThonrforlzp1alie .1fl. As
Promhz '*aii1I (
tp1it1 iafr and orn' w 1rd r .
r coniiltedmishjthy vt'n office inhei.State
raauses; ) -
to great waltb'u1 beem eOffiCep ,3he whol4iteriqr otf iOfithe octety; aarTBK

II a tazup. or "different individuals, the day of Sodflty xclosiTBlyj nottndthefr; ,mef .
' sI wordz Gfl$2)OOOO3OO00O M1Lboagbho as pot tron tiFe, but apreniqiso it 8t7f'ebotfnft/fectr i ning. .: coues-at-Jaet' "''3JlK. andthe.teiZii1f-small'*''I* iqfe lepUne4.r gnimg>ettirportioai on:. I A company of eightT gesitlemea haTefli'
$ n14s $ le'ttwo iii 1A11 Rt1i t fL, 4 Lt t& ; -gon4th$ etCh. 'bia.undetmen ;t ) ereoutheiIr47t! C1iibulap 9i bT : .
& hOfUrnbro '
: Mi Ith, b Ieft'f sanyonld r er itperftI1J : | | | | j ict 3roWtiSiWliw4e fW sooie '/' with but.sr,, *,
: $ |indlndj8f>jard bftha-othe' tir tin
: tbthBatAadiDg topuSh
sipplr1aW4 theteriQr.'Ctwboie; ut'KiV'ArtH lSf-/?< nttnn'5 ;ili AM<)
1 IItiyeIflOta1opper.of.h1Ck, buv ;'tbe of i {I4, Li-1.4 JBife f ittMbfetib wbicbsr okeds. blQio> Inutshet71utabred twenty-c g!
1zb 1 to syez1 PL ;aca: ''By tw\my; if m&! per&i$?teti* ; wr'to binttyi e 'd hrt' J'tbIch 1eraLsUIflCjgt

church ofrjci be &s: 4i1Lpor t ty. feet.above'tbe" tvv r*r? t ,. 2 j nyelhtpf' i _
Q7 Ineb iuidit" siut thtilthot ttid ,' be eeiinl 4fL
v tL
tbat1beigbtJ 1ihlve I ; !
; : ] p : enidvooatei rfFreaTrftdeAndonop3oa6nuf ?
buLth c
t fif Jkr* I i iX ;y ITOD abajns
all $ ( ytIIflbU
tIgbi mmf9 & .jrC C.Wir.ti i>( Ai 2 $ %%-Zl&fg$%>
..J ifii1. hiubthow has beenremoved j afavqrof; a:
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Jaiy' V. ..raUo)1jjP4t .. NA _w- .. interesting. items.atBiueon-Tele.' .>.-. : fat sn.)It'!thun ta j I iK ci: ,BALB,OF.&IAL.JIAD. .
$ .J' "
PO".r ofla. 1JO"c iJ'J : -;
graph ultdtbbIdatbjr. :0-
: eea..t II" .gcharrjposzesses evetrfer '
-beeilDo turth more'Jaaportot '
to MiUuit' portionpcrc4bbO1 r 'P = .... _
occurs !- -
L.men'on a eri1%te'h hi -q ii'tl.n'm i w P.pMdUthsijUMqa : .
the "Be CaiJd faf 1rL; Tterei1Qenc ,' < wUFor, e '
cobunus, we mean appear. the slightest.mson"to \ tb L'6di'C. \N 4 w $tagft1s ; .l 1ii ttei'-. t1BSUn. .. t""i.;:,<
waS deTotecl a. snort time since. ; to BritishltappearsthataBptherplstolha3icen'fired 1OT5flt Will fU11' Jtni f t ; 'l tr6.1tI t7 m) G lHT 10D 1J ttt 1 W'l P" '.ttt''fDL. "l-M,,_, .." _

Wit awl felicitations en Ae.ftflfe: f'LO'd .n'l admtQ tft\i ; On Saturday.lat-from Tlexar, tkit' the traders Oed to b.4be' bstthiI1cle'.knoit; bffer'forr8aleMonday '- 't1M. .. < t 4.

:grt1tiOflS iril''Jo \ J :who. :haw lately arrived ,At that .plaee. fifom' maDi Dr.\Wistar's Balsam Of Wild'_ hetry.Ucbtroical I"$ttCl1Ptt0 get up a meeting ( uiOD'iDoDto at Queen Victoria,withou t howeTel',tiDJU; foe BiGraizjreft that:Ike diolera:ia pre- ettrart,'"ccabined-with.:rimikr ev"tracv Ja_ otBheril'a..1 lot j _'.t 'c'' j'

induce an expression oto iou mIL.Aia. ; _e'zaauiaatioa mto thVdrcssitstances ,Tiiling 1 Man,alartningcxtent"io i all the \torns' front'Tr;:which"enhances 1ti value,\f estare of Ell M.Cii'i. h _

The Southern Address" *nI lubj :: rom,1.hiLt: the.pistol'was: .firedby'atiris&nv a tt} ents, of !} l1.toi .'IDSaDi; .succaa in curing pfulmooAry'diseoses ala: kabdred' ,'..and t"' ... 1. }' t t.t w

Of1tjXVZ1W'1 I1ttrIL It [ .iz,"bat'as.t (:testrnmeQiwas ascertain"d Fetundo,- Santa Jtfor" ov Saitilld, nd. the very stgenfter curbed.. physicians. couW4theI r.J ess \a 4 ':1 -TC 1
'vowing out cncIuS'4 if,tIi.e"Bald to'bechargwl: only T ith:powder, it wasgeaterally neiihb ri g''J .:has; b nxccedingly': no more,:;..has astonished?th* faculty!and : : i' ". _
-le& 111 to the would ',believed that the.,:criainal had' other fa l'dn'Lor ui OI16fin1f.h. 1nhab1(' -to confess, that TYistar'r#Biliita of Wll byIanisof'EJiaii 'A: Crlch 'w_.GI ;! '
it no '
the eaPre _tantahIlTe(dteCItCpars to. e Chert ; e; ti ,'" Joins Rirer. North and _
had lue adted object in fiew than to acquimnotoriety: ..%JsT{ spreading 1 : ,P 1, 'l tot' st :'" -
han zucceedeiL But itepposed it- The. ar of:the Panjaub is.entirely ende L-7- towa.Chihuahua'AU>* 8onora"and poor, kwftfttnonjmedl$ J. .fsNS 1'iw J\i1 nfl 4, orkjandsTof f, l. J.L I;.. _
.cdn11 the movement was The last phantotnOtSikh inhabitants' bowDo't."H't t ffo" feti. .None:genuine, uuie's1g ditLBUtT8'1Cu. \\thaame. being .on1gtbjof) a. .{&ra. r. t Ianao1Iied

as a matter or COU1 Tbe result, or the matter, away his tItle l by,which: sovereignty act this vast ,signed 011o.cOantry.eome : To add .to thdr,'calamities? the'' Indians?V'rang th4pper.. *-I.?."*'** *****_* .,::*#*'. 4.t'es :. '. h'y :Ule '1 -.'J'i _.fi. ..j .
ail : "" ,"- ,, .4
and ahcom- : 'eedside"and
crshe'1 the oben hIS t.i"ft.
J mtuat- _
dto be country 1d. :At.
: of the thousand miles in has & _." : 4.Eot'.wIi : B 1. _
hints .
extent .r '
ddicate ;;
itbe mon Temark that Jih6: "'' Creek
i iK"bUC&Il ; : : what cholera spares: :' ToHngton Thesa4A; l .t" tobt-
Lhe cause become part and parcel of the British 'T. O. HOt.\ & CQ: ; .
tJ induced Empire.iIreland the .. _
it t la t'debtt'ec .
Danielscstaies '
to assign savages destroy.. Major forpayinent aaed._ '
us '-i _
peUed remains in tho & : .
same ,
c state of.deStitUtion that tha .- 'J_ "t'i11""E.!. ;' ft B7 .
that ibis ft AtVXADERWCRN t
; mod prodigiously, in oar ownnflenceofsaidpnperinthiscoanty. and misery as at the last advices. :_ :report : Joli'I ..- And'by:"drug trgenerallj'througaouftheUnited p ___
I ,to maptf : party wereall killed by- Indians, except' one 'AdEtte ofEI1 1i1LCiiCld&"fZq :.,;_ '
the FRANCE.The ,woman, was generally credited at Beiar. ,*!' %. ;,Stoesl. & & ftQUERED .' J.i11 vi tiim ,:Feb 19tI1 '1fU -, .. '
a1nI. The Bepubb .. .._. ., "' ." t 10 ff'r5':7' 't { '-., '
The 4' '
is dispelled. Mttlcan contiiri mer details i. : '- ". ,1 'i 'i..It.u j FtlL,24 Suua. a
the magic recent elections in France had. it is said, papers "
jtlo attention of the of the of the ;-and. Comanchesin : .FEVEIt:; AND IUEFINALL1coN.: t .:
The ravages Apaches sale
Its mfl1 es. resulted far more favorable to the Socialists nd : *iA lsostpwed5? K f.
issU of the Anniver. Red Republicans th&ni was anticipated.. They the northern departments. In Durango"the !j This diieasa has. t.1engt' h,net with, .:' *** '' *a.. 8fekilie ""'
approach .
the "
called to Comancheahave ,before 'h'it has to' "&, .
rhiC5 will number about 240\\ in thewAs- destroyedmany..ranehee: and, an'opponedt, yield, in the ; ",
strong '
exclusively Whig, if you ; )'. aborewltia to"tli fint
postponed :
J.mull (not carried off or destroyed sereral thousand head India Chologogue,prepared)yCbirleiOikt go ,
.,or sembly, against .twice that;;nurnb r:. Thong] Mond In _- .' J" "-.1- .
And on the responsibiL of cattle hones&c. D. 'This:gentleman,resided: veraLyfars y July* j -10 ..: r '
; i
and ?
tot) talepeadeno composed parties !sections'.of parties en ? .I ___ .. ._ :_." -_ ,._C_ A '
we are ax- The Apaches hare devastated Sonora an&he in an infected district:of Michigan making;J-V- J 3:
or the Republican tertaining very'different opinions from their
lity,fthe eoJitor nevertheless'(.considered. poor,inhabitants! are supplicaGng the-..SupremeGorernmentfor vn4.4gi its cause,effect, and cure his study .1 URiorable\ 1s'iN.tic '
handsomely they are
=>, exortedto do the thing up the friends, of order.,. '' > aid; "Rf '. "I '_ ; and from the knowledge thuLecqnired, he : S. 'ONTRSaftrateifl'th: : -" i

11'8 ?esume the matter and manner could On the announcement t of the, intelligence of ;Numerous large companies,of.CaUr la"emi. compounded above,raraed medicine j which ....; ,:the Jndgeofrbafti1eountytDuialj h l:

Bat hne beea 80 wen relished by.l -&l1 being the result of the election:the French, funds fell grants have lately passed through Durango,Chifbuahua has never yet been bon t9"faSf .*>/ ,;&, a-:final diiclitrgea1rainiation jA-qta.IJL O ;

lOt Some, therefore, supposed"ey 13 cent. '. : d. : and. Sonora and several severe .contests: Numerous certificates from ,men,of the.hIgh.eat ; ,. : heEst CJi :I. ... '., t
citUtns. per .
s : have between..,theaa.and the inhabi .deceaae. .. '_ '
occurred tothe '
have little fcKn In the French Assembly the affairs of Rome respectability, testifying great,efficacy : Jt.r.' sta' (
to a '
entitled ,
that **e under consideration debate which tants.;.. :j .- v : -iw:: &, of his medicine! ,.;lean be seen'on ,applicationto.thenndejaignea : ,: i i LAWRENCE t.': 4": _"'

to "1 ia the matter themselves. is being described asbeing of the,a most Violent arose, character i _. __ 3 J, '. -.; --u .1:1i..:' '' agents;.!?* t ; :\ ,> >1 : :' J.. A.' '; -.J :: f0.1. ., ',. ,,._-_' ... "...,.'*.y ., ', ." '

r Tfleensttin* week there appeared in the coluu ever'witnessed in thatbody., The Three Jre4t J EDilltl,in;flee-Threi. T. O. HOLMES, &,Co; ,;r kumbia 1

, of the p per referred to, a reiteration of Propositions were'made by several" t *'of the great events dairn;at the present moment-ohr 'L .1.-1"}, rr.klA. .- 4gents fqr.EaMElorida., feberjft's gale, .. 4
chief;'attention-the/advance1! of-the ;Russian. UT'wkkbeezth.caurt H01 r'tJ :\.'
; Ae HUM call, but -by request. Iow very' act Speakers, issued that an immediate RussiaaiiLAustriL-declaration of war, troops into Hungary;the approach of a, French. ; tltlABllfB'IN1'ELLIG, : .'l th fo : Hiptol';001uJDhIa t ..
should be
t eoomoditing But why, if every cititen. was These violent measures,against, however, ,'were subsequently army to Rom,. and, lastly, the ,pl'Opectota: .. .' . 1', onthe Ion4y iof.July.nezewth ,_ I ':1 1

, wcrrsted was the *request" not made of you modified by the adoption of a resolution, serious cont between all the existing governments PORT .OFJACKSONULEJNNE, .. "1&. '( .wft Mbpf aiethe!.followjng properly $3. *:
: 14945 .Janudre4j
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not hare been as acBommoda- Gen. of Germany d large masses of the peo- -- ( 1tt t
.jrt. Would you supported by Cavaignac recommending .. ..' ': .. feet (ISCbirsecocd':anhundredrad : _
; the Government to measures ble already pledged j to risk,e everything d. ,. ., ARRIVED.. \ oo ,
influence being>limited to adopt energetic ; 1" : .
ting! forget> your fenes of national unity and 1)emocratic.lnstitu., June 13. Schr. Wm. : : ; .ten Aet ();;!Magnolia & '
i for the protection of the internal. interests of B. Pettis, Brook N.'Y.
. enlJ lave added but little, therefore i\wasen- the Republic. This resolution,though violently tion.. We believe that, in :this .country7 these Vf-V-lte-f :M'I6waWheelwrightfPortland: : .'ing c; rr L etat'1l Lot, No.itt7.J136: } 1

+;wr! turoecess.iry to give the matter publicity; opposed by tho Ministry, was ailaUltdopted events are uJ1&Dimollsly.regardedbJmen of all, .13.-Brig John Alfred,Seyburn, .Y'. and n ',M fitt.JJee'(15oL.OG( tt

;;gh your press; and the portion\tot the I by a vote of 436 to 181. parties regret.,,with They erioWl bode :anprfhensions no. .good to 'Europe and sincere r to t? : 15,-r 'u: 'Sopbia Wel'laD* "/ o tW1d'..Ii'Jan : ,feet fourjstreets(1 tdg! .Magnolia, nd.Tone anduatedjoje.Townof ,Chr h hundred tzeeta andb,Ii&-. ..

noftttj that patronize your paper art so in- ROMAN DIFFICULTIES 1 the times wp live in.. 'They menace: -_the ..world> N .Jit'- :CLEARElt; V ? .1 ': Columbnsin Co b 1 i i .

:I WificPt and are known to be so very.titan;. Accounts from Borne,were to the 12th nit.-. with a con ct of extreme parties. But as the' A.. ", I 1cbr' -, "S iq i.-Q"'srlties'N.. J" ;, .together Ith aJUhejiaUdings aniappurtenancea -: '- '

probably deemed of no importance to The French forces having attempted the passageof tempest bUckens day by day; 'it';lit impossible 12i: U" IndependenceCarviiL*_ Boston .theretalsoainierelin ; I.FniJcHl Jo L
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them their the Tiber, the Melvin bridge was blown up I ;jo deny that; (he chances of any .rational;icom- .:t \' fJ :!_':'. l L.t.c..Ht_. ..! J:Pl'. -J..N.y, ,: ihe.sa. town' pf Coluittbus: ,;berag sixr hami. 414
onsalt or organ.Bat by the Romans to prevent their further pro- promise or adjustment those differences diminish ""- .." .. .- thereof. ; o:t he: hi terest. ; notwithstanding, the Republican laid' gress. The. French were on the batiks or the : and they;are left more and more tatk'e t"1f: A.I.I.l atrbJ..N.IIee.t; : 1 the toll -fidge,,atOolufflbusjj bdnf tis,bre' a
there be light" there was no light ijhe arbitration of the sword. Yet when this : th reot ; e.rl 'U OA-s the-prepert1 of&h.a '
q* Tiber, between Tab and Rome. The very lust even MONTHS. after'date I shall present my said
failure that within and conflict las been fought and the Tictortoius SIX ; ,.'i'&ItsJOI1" l to,;satisfy,a; ,I -t I
advices four
tempted meeting was a perfect and state they were wont accounts'and vouchers to the-'BoD. the from the Gcuit
Court BentoKwherein.Luki1MoorevA&inistratpr
of .
the Editor found himself at the the Neapolitan army within twelve miles of the party, whichever it may ,sbe, :will be alike em.. Judge Probate Columbia' county-'for a fi ,
poor appointed the barnissfd, to restore thertranquility 'of sOc of the;:Estate of Lester ;
city. A small body of Spanish troops were ety' nal settlement and discharge from the administration Crook
time and place unsupported by evtnttowfif tleased isthe.Planliff: and the '
i and the authority1 of either by : saidJI .
at goverument, of the Estate of John C. Smith- late:ol t '
the call" : numicino.CaNTIN Francis Job and Peter .. ley .re tfie.Defendants. .; '
( any) who requested ENTAL. force of military despotism by the license of said couiity ,deceased. .' .' ,
VfoElitor, do you recollect the fable of the unlimited*Bfiinc cracy.-XItfnJi> Thee,; JUizylO.; "* t '. :ELIZABETH 8MITfl1 .- f jfevy taadebyfttiomas B.Fitzpatrick 4
The state of political affairs on the Continent .. ,.' ;... former Sheff' of.Columba'couDtT ;'aa 41. .. !
I The frog tried to inflate him 'Bl ; YoALLENAl'tJune .
ox '
frgan&the it such, as to lead to the belief that a general r .. -to _pi .:A. 'STEWART,Sherifc- .<
ielfto the size of an ox, but unfortunately er European war will take place. The indications Th Virginia House of Delegates has decidedin 16,1849LADY, .". : ,.. '. .. Alligator fay 2S.,.1843_ :.>:j'.t.- ., ,' l ,
favor of c111\Dgingt.4e .election law 'of'..thatState ..- ._ )
hatuin:d it. he burst and proved to be but "a that such will be the result,aremore imminent : ; ', I. 0 : "
at this time that at previous period'during ) so DSt keep the polls.open only omTday A ,A1b.. ., c> j... f ? Notice.A: -.I.J : fc.
Ug of wind." Can you make the application 7 the post any instead: ofthree. It IS yet to be acted upon by A who has.haIs 1'i i1ri-expei. 4-5LL ,prss>indebted..toM" 'Palmer'fctj",'

DECLAKATIOX OF LXDEPENDENCO. The war year.between the Prussians" and Danes the Senate. In case of a tie, also the House is ience in a finishing school for Young Ladies t..*- :.Jferris n mortgage,jbond note,or other-T! t

continues, without any decisive re.sult nor is in favor referring the-election.back to thepeo- ,is desirous to'reside in Florida; and, therefore .wise. wpl plead take notice that the undersigns 1
Fatrthrr from California. ple,hither than permitting the sheriff to decideas ed u .to collect ;andsettlB the samfe
there any prospect of an early) adjustment of wishes -to"take charge of Academy for JkmJ: J14D1.
Di.t1o'Ds ASD EXRKALOS FouaD.-..We learn, their differences.The 4 present. Young Ladies,'or'ta'hear of somei healfny pleasant iQn to"this 1otiee..becomealic"J r ; .;'
frou the New York Tribune I 'town in"'which $ cessary, as MrFerris. is about'to-remote froa.t '
yesterday mor- King of Prussia has issued a manifestoto ;$ufflcien.Cncogernen;
Ding, &Mr. Parrott, our consul Mazatlau, his subjects condemning the late revolts, d Itoa t like Ftedm.-A negro family .front will be given her to'ostablisbTa school for Young _the Sq'e.r .JBfy will be broughtrat a&sin all ; I4. .

i a BO* in'lhut city, h ving left, Mazatlan: April declaring that they were incited by the enemiesof Cin innati. Dhio', passed this, morning a LaJiea,'in' which"will be taught blithe Bran. cases,wbere.pkmp&attention'.to.thesboye' -v-- ia4 "- J
110.an 1 couie overlan-1 through Mexico.He Germany. II proclaims'that he will shortly -, small wagon, on their way to the neighborhoodof ches :of a, complete"Education, together.with neglected.; f "' $ .
reports having mel witb companies con- submit a Coustitution to his people, of uch Segnin. We learn that they;bad been freed Masie,French,Painting,Embroidery;&c., :Bef- 'd //s PHmPjFRASEBvt : "-. -

tiuJly during hi$ overland journey. The a character as has been approved by other governments. some time since by their master,and have been erentes"regards hersuccess .capability ; 4floiestr_: __,_ ,Pa71Jt1Fern.. :tS -,
ni to the Pacific it lined with them and they That (shall have unity fur'its basis living CineinnatL preferring slavery to. as a teacher,* will :-be given: Any one wishing T 1 '1 _,, . 'tt. ui.4t".h_..' 1. ;. # -
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in all, so far aa be saw, doingfwelL, and shall guarantee to Germany, 'Liberty the. miserable life of a free negro at the i{North,' engage her'services, or'who can give the abe ee. Parker's- Patents,, Tor, : 5j
There were four or fi.'e vessels at Mazatlan and Free Representation.The they return to request their-ol master to take information'can"get her address by applying to I '-, Improve* t

and two or three at San BUs, for California. siege of Berlin was prosecuted with increased there back agatu, ucd let them live .with. them. the Editor of the' Jacksonville. ,News." f. i_ ".aTdrablie. :".er.' \ :.41, ;- '

Toe price of passage varied from $50 to $250. vigor CLuSed; by the discovery a conspiracy What a commentary oo abolitionism !'Victoria: Jufte'2dj'1S48..t.- .,' ,. ,3m'_ .' A..'IP. BONs brru- i' of = ihi.f3, 'j
isrording to accommodations. for a desperate and as was believed, a A rfClltt. 'Jbove atents are. cautioned 'u ttft" T j. A
Mr. Parrot's-visit to the placers was undertaken dangerous outbreak. Tar Collector's' !Notice; for said infrtg'eMehtis, or,violati6n&'to LTOBIL': '
for the purposes of informing himself, It is reported that negociations for another &.J0h4.!b'. #, May 30,, 1849.-The.ipnpers' fHE UNDEBSIGNED.. Tax,"Assessor' and L .}Iercha 'IntelJlIumphjey\and'Th ttasrJ?" ; I j .
and his revelations are even more astonishing formal constitution were almost terminated.It .-- contain reports offamine 'prevailing at 'th pe. JL: CoilectorforthiC ntYof Duval,State' Barney. reherotth**** *i- ""j- J----ta;1 l! : ,

Uun any which have previously reached us. is said that its provistons; in name, resemble Two persons have already died,of'.starvation,* 6fFlonda/hereby'giVes; #btic *that'he will at undra omt :ttOrn y'daZedouthej8th 1

The limits of the placers toward the South those of the Frankfort Constitution, 'but that and natty others are in a most enfeebled state, ,. tend t.the following times'andjlaces"for! thpurpose day ofJaatry, IMSjas: saldp irerlDf AtioHeVFas i d 4

ire constantly being extended by new discoveries the King of Prussia will only assume the title aad.expected to live. :Despatches have been of cbllecttng the.Kevenue'fo'r. State 'revoke- by jne on jthe 23d 4ay;bf Aprik 4 '

; the Northern dis.ricts owing to their of Protector, Instead of Emperor, and that Austria sent to the executive'for':assistance. for.theyeiir'1849JTiz: ;. 1849.. KBULON'PABKEB_ tee.- .- i .
remoteness from civilzatoa: are not yet fully will form no part of the Empire, although At.Samuel B.Thompson's Store,>Black Creek' ; I Newark ;May.49,1849. :3moi ,
explored. The earth in some places has been connected with it by close. protective alliance.In The Secretary of War, a despatch from.Washington on Tuesday,'the'19th Jnnerinst: ", ,:
dug to the depth of 9 feet;and the proportion of Germany, insurrections and commotions f tys has declined! .proffers ,fo'r.;raising *At Darling C.Prescbt's,StoIay 1' HilL,..:n,. Take Notice.atteibn : : ;:

pld fouud to be quite us great as on the sur- existeverywhere.' 'f- volunteer forces to go to .the protection..of the VednesdllY the20th1unelilst.>' c'> _cAt '' .* mtIE'mEBSIG Dw i rcall" attr tjt' "' : 44

!hce. Therichaowofihe dry diggings is in The indomitable Hungarians in their unequal Rio Grande."' He ,says he apprehends i iouu'break : William Thomas' House, Thomasvilley on ';.: to tife fact'that they"sell'ea: '.-

rime places.luio.4 incredible. Mr. Parrot es- contest With Austria and Russia, exhibit no faltering rebjuiring additions tct the.regular.force,:, Thursday heJZlst.JuBe,'Jnstf ,.t.r'; /. ::j for CASH:J I ie.: They r ectfnllj.rMnesrali*f. t

thEe the amount of gold which; will be ; and are preparing for the desperate but should occasion atise for more- forceto, be = .At Lawrence n'8l4u,St..Johns. Beach,. indebted t bem to makefntaymefl: t7 .*.
tbUiaed the f reseat year, at thirty million dolkn. struggle.The called outU will be called from. theState' ,of, on Saturday the 2I June, mat;' '* as they wibowf. lt adhere to'thei eaah I'd-

". Emperor of Russia _has formally recog' Texas. AfCok John,Broward's Heuse Cedar Creek and, trill grw credit in'future. -Z .'- -.' f '.
tkerkies of California not consist in I nised the French Republic, and simultaneously on Monday the 25th'Jane, lnst.'r tot ;i ,, p : COOPER-RE'.. ... : 1r. -.

IOld a1une. All the precious metals are there issued a manifesto, announcing determination BY AUTHORITY At C. S. Emery-s toJ't'Mandarin"; 'on, Wed. 'Ms14, ._ ;, .\.; :: ,tf # .40. ,_ ,
fcnni' ,in greater or less profusion, as well as ,to interfere in the Anstrian and.Hungarian iiesday the 27th June.insti: v.-i. -, >t > > '< -. : .,.,- rHt=. t'1
o rire* imost v.ilu iblejewels. Two mines quarreL In this .manifesto, he speaks ofthe At the Court house, Jacksonville, on Thursday 'iJ; ,l'otIce.' -- ;.. -r sJT'ljO' 4
liertiTe been lately discovered, one of mission of his God to preserve the Nation, ACTS AND UESOI.UTIONS Friday and':Saturday 28thr, 29th and I ti nw'l DI.orea'i' '-" "'J i fc&tffi-iStf* ""C--
AT THE Ir : '
; 'kick is known to but few persons who jeokcjlj and in the name of the Almighty leader of Ar- THE THIRTIETH CONQBESS.- 30th, inst. -' t 'tradingr a certain promissory note"drawn't' S.

f ketf the secret. Platinum is also known mies and the Lord of Victories, commands his t:. 'f' .A.;A1CANOV4,.... 1 by ifis lffar'bf Jamei. G.;:.Cooper;in th it :

'i L fctast in considerable quantities. armies to move forward to the extinction and [PU.Ll NO 9U.] : ': Tax:Assessor and Co1lectorDuva1Co..TacksonvilleJune2d '.; sum'of IftJ, payable 1st January 'I84jafiidf!. .
: 1; Areogh tlimond, nearly the site'ef the hen'stj I destruction of murderous and evil-iutentioned _" ,. ,..'!49, t# -V.._ 4t..: I 'endorsed biuu'tdChar1esP: QOom oi j '
AN the '" * *
I ta been found by one of the miners in men. ACT, for benefit ,of .Peter M.'Grant. -i-j.. *-r + 5 ** ... 'sequently'ielorted'1 iame le'itlBriJth- %1
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the !mento Valley. Gen. Vallejo, who Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative .%_ ,- 8500A :.REWARD" : ':,-;. ers,'or to A 'Cole. 'As certatn=paymen1s- .
I. -Mr.? rott's i.rormant says that .it was I har.-Lord Ponsonby, in a letter pub, of the Jed States ef'Amrie&M Congress 'BEWABD\of\ Five Hundred! Dblibe s, ,i1l]I_ bwnmade'. m said..ne. t me rhichliaTenotr, '. '

"VBgbt*to him by the finder, who demanded. lished In the British journals,says that to his atsembkd, That tho Commissioner the : .paid by the ndersigndfor the arrest i 'been credtt on' th etlam., Persons t>edoming; f. 1' ..
: W.OOO for it. Emewlds of large site arefre- own knowledge,dissolved camphor has 'proved General Land Office, on. Peter M Grant's returning of DANIEL JA. BUBLESON and -'MEAD' enraero1de.s' or DureliAsFrsTof kai nAtW't '

ItO >. Threesr four new quicksilver nines Germany, aud if taken in time, the cure is generally thousand and ninety-one, forgone hundred and .VI r.,'John Wadispn, of Mar ion};county.Burleson teiTnln ed' ni to'pay-" 'saiii.;nbtafitinles1itcertaiiiT. ., .' t
2t! ,lies between the valley of Santa Clara1nJe.tquin. physician. The following is the recipe: evidence thatJ4cot P.hilUpslefulokin entitled ; inches)height spare made, light'complexion.light '.'I f-!.-TTV .' ,5J'l'tt'.PELbTvf*' '. r a

The Forbes mine however Jfecipe .One_and a half ounce of spirits of by law to the said land warrant, .in consideration : '.nair and' eyes,,'eyes, small:and sharpyi < Columbia unty.E.F. Matr5rl84 lift ilt: ,
I teQn1y one worked as yet. The extent wine ; one-quarterounce camphor.dissolved of the services of.the said Phillips, :.de ? D. t.C N.CH'i.!_WJNO. : I :.rr_- -t_ .: r..

t4 f4lue of these quicbtilver mines is notbby in the wine. Gets small vial of spirits of harts ceased, shall issue aaother.Lmd.warrant ler M. Grant executor and devisee of said 'Jacob '' D j .f ;Wqg t ; ; ; ? $ .
oy other locjJitv in the world horn. ;, : -\ '..H.-L,.SADr ,, J .
lIt'Uorcoa.l has also been found near the Directions."First give a teaspoon_ of,harls. '1hillips,4eceased;. for one hundred and Jacksoayille}! ,,June, Sf.1849._ ,: ;>. ,111' 'FT o 11rd'after.date I shall jpI1 to iJ ,\. '
IIu tnnot of course be worked under the horn in a wineglass of water. Begin immediately sixty acres in lieu.of said;.:warrant so to be re ; HO.JUge of Probatefcr Col taabla, .i

Bate of things.Litotau and give fire .dropsof spint: ("ine.' turned. ana shall be ea eUeL it- *' :;".J, ;r'' "P :8TATB-"OP" { 1LO'BID ; :;:" :I. .Fl leavto tell;.the real: tateo8I' < '

; us that in the Sierra Neva.terth.est ( camphor) filling the'teaspoonyith cold_water; Approved March 2, ,1849. j.u.. -the' ;.'cfreiCourtofCoiumbiE: rW1' ';, deceased,iT .ti.ai-.w-l ';. 'l' .
ot'&ia Francisco, there is and 'a little sugar. :Repeat this every.five min, > Irese,21 1 !' .1, .iAhTHAWZ1ICUBTTiird., $, I't1 4

-ia active operation. On the 3d:ofJ"V utes until you have given three doses, 'Then IPDBJ.lcN0,62.fti.! : '_{ 'C' W. f.j>M....(. Temri. 49_ ,... i : : ..#' "'AdministratriiffvW : P'tM .:
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tb icuviest sttow.Uirm in the memory'JI wait fifteen minutes and'commence again as before '. :; ., h7.1Br I' ,1. a .'t'Y"lM'J: .J.t "
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wK'Mts took place. and continue b.atfsn hour{unless there: :u AAc foybe1B i'eli lJW< e '.H tch1rrs ? Honorable., 7Wiiitii1J'7iglt, : i,tJri481. "_;-_. -f.__; ___. '/.:I..v..__.t.s't__----.t, n. '4'l\f" '> "1f : .. I' .

Ct but fifty'"women in the town of returning beat' Should this be tie) case, give, tf exacted by the. Senate and HorefrRe': : o1 G/P1itQ'' ) ; iithiu : ) Ad ialstraSlX t8"ir If UC r .- *-,:. t

r.l twenty of ,whom are Americans one dose more,'and the ,cur' is effect d?-.Let re'i eiof11eCrueZ4That; United,States. ofi America itt ,L < I
1rPettotin the towu as beftre eta this life depends : James fiotchkiss bef JamesWnro.V : 'men.p't'I: : .w- .: .40' '
14 freely ason
patieiits perspire ; ; acco 1W ;\ OU llen4 "lIe. ,
t : .
't'1 u: The', sales take place halprey r., hut add additional clothing, : a *-".: ;-.: and,,he isjtereby.iiuthoriied.io] eater at,the'Chicajro : ARDEBEj:tHat this &se" continued 'tn'till 19d9 bl to JbA o t _: <"" .. .
-1l"sregar4 to the title of the property land oflita.. .' in, the- ..8tat- -- nf-. --1.TIHnm..'.:..+.'. ,V, Iheiiexf Term'ofthe Couki iftnahiJitappearing fii i taWUhenDDb 101".ns1d MIUI.a...' ; .-: t fej

ee are two or 'three sep.wt* claims Cho'tra Rumors tIlIl JBtt-iiw.5 The New. York the""minimum" 'pr'" the northeast Quarter of'section ji D'at 1Ao Mitc1\ ll"Attdri{"1 i P'eii f b. :. DJi.io Rci i i! ji4; "1Q; l;: tt t
Crea& pl&rtorit, this may lead to great Express of monday*evening say s f _: thirty-oie' in' .township': ihi l-nine'. : tp \he ourt that''tK*! WiUiamdThO8fli34ecca5c4js4! L.e.jj.f : : i 4
Ci. 1 j In the future. Sometimes the same The' business affairs of the city',have:already I north,_andr.mge-'eight; e t for th1 third principal -: pondent resides beyond'the limits I 'of'the srItti: ;osl .omit may con ': :. t ;

"Kildto different parties by two Alcaldes been seriously injured bp the exaggerated : meridian t roviledThat. satdHotckkis'; It4s6Mer&thataheambeliad g.ti: lii iadPtIUi' }shall .pra1-JJu a.dUtribotion =" : '
,8.l\oop Anierchantlntunns' :at the .time of sill.''eitry f and purchase'alLah o'the first day:of the Term of thla 7t'b'. u on .TOfwn ;
or war Dale, which" sailed reports of cholera. us ,. 4 .thttH' ,.. St ;satisfy heregl8: 1ind-Teceiverofsaid Court r ltfls'further.ordered' that8aT : .I) 3. .JJJ- f.,' t .
lanlt Anoy ceivttified'cbpy .
a ranciaco for the 11 nited States on the that imported goods-are now selling below cost, ; 0 .,'t..Ia'. 'JIesame. :Ju ":, .
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tl&rth, has $200,000 in, gold dust on :which find their way into theinterior.tel11itereat'howeTermoretbaD. .\' :The ho. aistrici thau1 crei1 adv 8 oOther', Dt :of thlsoMetb l'-puLTJshedin'wme1paper _' ::9 /' ,' (.1t' .. ;,
> ante to.8aii tn cI t1 sF*to'D' : t Lher) Inibii'Itfokt ier'tb' f *ALLEN".TiIQfl 1ft'.1.'J. ',,- '
other is ( A.dm
any I ._ ; :: .
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fi..f..tt: ;;i ft ; : :\ ; mCntlth ? -' ; i tt: 1 -' .'h .
jjj the whole of, Gapt Butter's lathe irorsuffcring. Tne: lea- I '. .. e- sTil28J ., -- Ji -
40.000, greatest \ ;: ".:\' ;" .'Y 3.1' -' ,.L J. U ,, fL't..lf m-:' '' ;{ -;Jhf'l .i : : ; _.
1: {'io rotted in, the fields, foi'the sure travel,',from"the South,. was 'sboto. ',set I -. u Co, WIN ,r"'i'\'Q 'i'B'eeaicf'' J..a-certU.T"ww t". .c1\C'", Si lie a: trUe,;?con.tVff IJ .S'. iE e ...; A1ti'-. ,.= $i t I
3't stbody tp.baTT est it. The orice:'of 1-,", '-. :' .;. i ,' Speaker ofthe.House of BepresentatitesU I ''., ." "_ 1.!_. .u. ..,.. i ALL4'tj .tIi'I cWm L.J" i... :
1: !4i"iDP when Mr. Parrott left.,WAS ._p' q -- o' : ,. r4uL1I, 4GLLDALLA 'v **"** -- .- Ii' 'AVitne bIl' ifi12tft. !; a;at lfCd' : !, g .' --_ ft,. -'.. .
It el BaiiId
'tl tbl2d --.r.J u1YSCARBOOUGft1k.i$ .:It'f eceasedIsseW 1 lfLtrn :
.though down :'flu ..liVfJ :Vice P' d nt'ofthLTni.tii D I: iII" :
at 8anFrancisccitu : Canada XefermAddTwes] 8y Mi1 ".1' # I
l' : S f 11 : 'Z b r uired topm t Im4 .. iff"
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.-4rrCL There WA not.much"sickei -,' are informed by a'friend irom' ,.Montrealr that -'- -'f':1":, "Pr.esid-> .nt... C' .tho. SeM 4 'to'ck. o-:} '' a1 n thl84L'j'i.t '>' :< ,LLe "w.la ,-: .{ ,du.lya 'o.. i. !_A II: .... J2,:J'I_=;,' .-.:: \ 1:1.
'% tf fc diggiujt eceP cunry and a.few6iar .- over one huadred thousand signaturesattachedto j, a'Anp'roy t, cb.1848'.-,1 '. ;:>. .,._... ,. .e.-, j : ii :? i4r.LT ittm Z4S, \ ljlf"Vf tfTfi : hlsi ti e'.i11Wpleadbi_ -.J. ;" '. I ?

1 TIt. There ,waf alto,some..scurry up1O11Sl1i11ItCd and fifty addrtssea' -.. .:. J.u1ES.,-. ." .c KtxOLK. .1.. .. .). !. ; 1 J. 'OII".1 oo l4eIitecr-- '. .'
aJT4iSCO:owing &hewmntof, TegeUi I 1 Mtri 'N !\ i > ,7. .. ijt ;
: to Lord Elgin, ,expressing confideOc&Iii'hls;: ; sbn pcee 'WIn to. make&wiedlate 'JI'7" : .
f cultivation of the lOll being entire. 'government.\and advisers,' andrireproaati6nofthe : I : .ClNAlUSES .o TTBrwJtD" j -:::'- ." : l :the 3d day of April'nejrt;In i iof tkimt :' 1, U \ 'f- .' 1
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Montreal. riots, measure ,&two.thlrds'Of j ,. ., JackEonTilleyTena; 't.t1. ;
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." t. I ,hti hit t J -'i.t 1 'tLO .. .,1', ;'ii 'i ,, __ C : :. .. '
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a -mile:;ln length- .One(; froia- 8iHyaciuthe: .1 stlcmeno44thericWiht,: .. d4Tbe'ptyof t' .' .A I .. _
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'. The panic respecting the cholera, county and one from the head" of t'Lake.Ontario' erryhas been known Ltb iKjasesriTerjrjiaporitantmwianal J t'\ 1 ,..t.'f.l.J... r-(__ "O\ r.---: -:"_" "___... .__" .:,_'_'"-"_, ,'t-4. ,,'' .:' ... .. 1 t; I
eh.bC. the Virginia :Legislature fwasM measure together one hundred yardJ,vand; yere. : ,,Tirtuea.. ETerybodyknew.this: ,t _. .a'ii e tlJUe .IJCU.- .; i' :r,"t."r P1cttRI ; '; .- '.', .. ',.- _
.' resultel in the.option of areao-, signed' by nine..thousand'!five. hnndred', and :tA_ t nobody'knewhovr; .to;extract its esfieo-( ?'f.?: i:t- -- .W 1Da rti,1at / 1zr' -.,_,-.1' : rj .4r'c.i.' N 'li'Ht1 ,- -c ;_.. :.-. :..' ;,.

.th pawning the sitting. of the Legislature dghty fiTeinnabitahts>-. PTh6 ,;., ', tbl.. pert1", "er1-1Do 1 et''.Tet'' d Q er W l"=Tri t "JiBi ,, dec 1 o.W 4Lja ,, .- "k; ., '., "
tnt aier White Sulphur Spring wheresleet "- tcjiejbUdreno iofoibtdstzdforiuostvery i..Si'.,, .ki.,- ....1 n .t..7..h. :J..o..1,. 849.b-... ',..."f'. ..'It, "f:: F .IA i "i.f" 'q. 0' '' :. : : ,"
i Oli;the llth!nst& t. It that BehiAd 4ht. Missoari-and disease I' i' <,: '
appears > t--Tenhee3eel "ii adultsfliouglt.oflj1Ctq4X :'Th oo"1e1S" e to;;Oi.ir ,iN
;. ".'. lie is. bours.endiogoni: the 4that,5. Iowa were* ,the.only.States,'Ills said:;in hlcl1ther : y'y lit.'l. 'iftJiib1f i otmkIig pv ',Monda, .,.1 i i'1iuf<- ., 4i. W-" ;. ; I 't l''tf.i.ft' : .' ."'Ju4 l" "t "J_', ff' JWdidrt'' ".i ,c", *,< .,.

. b.vrn ttE1cbmnf IYI cues. urcoIq u.I,and four hAd notbceD' f "' .r'-TT. *, fr r t1&i 1t.;: eO jrI- p- of iWadCherrjbark: ; u lh :-.;"O-lJ- -- T.f".fc" Wif 'od: tiielfirst !Jos. ." 't4i&"L". FO ..... ...;.. _c.j ."d,..,_, .
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ctt e:1rii: ; _' 71xIdJI Uheir; stock of Morchandite to the$>large $SSHWSf WW "& a tiST SP* I

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fan New orkvaf ullasflcalaneqiof JDryiGoods/ jia
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th first M onday in Jnne.next,at 0 o'clock A.'iltjll iperie & -ti
i' !; Eastiloridat.. cthey.are preparedsllQj sell,at redui i HOUSE Nov50 BDAB'STREEK the ,

kJLi'Q.: Pq> aWimil1; 'be'fitted;up for*the Mcommodatioii ;ice sate* j-td4 1 '1ViThey of which is devoted to the exhibition anty '
T41 % 4 of yobng Lids'and Misses,'where .are QTr prepared stor purchase; Cottony. fthl idf .

Mkv1f th ywU instructed; inHhV Elcmentaiyaiid! .idee andjnakjDcash advances.n : io VMHlSMEDICINE ,
tvAI%?+ i hifthierbrancbes; of an English ;and 'classical consignments to'ueirit; friends' Safttnaah, I IA and speedy cure fo ini plens n Pi

Lijrcc ft ; Education young fcfen will bVfitted/fpr' nd Chajrlestpn prlNeWfi'orksjiTWf. ;,., / : ; One.TJUoasnad Packaged 'for.the3 general jprostraUon- u1iM!
j1qc ii : rt College or for'professional in life;in the'Latin and They have a new article ofWro gbkironPlouglJto : racingisome.THpljrSANDai; <)f 44en'paft iiL in iii- wbetber4b S.'T; uit ofaae
GreekclaMies and the and
Philosophical : rnsand colbrings ,a Bomprisf ;
; Mathematical sciences. wiich-, ttey would* >. -*respectfaUy.ealli 4'.* rvJJ -, >.. neQRE11< an was PepTCd:by.aregu1arI *iccidene.c 'k -
&3 .j ii T the attention otPanrs.; V! .
; 4 Arrangement > JacksonvilleNoVrelSie;* tf DQE8IQ.i i j:9hijinindfw iue' rcaim.vi uu .vive1 **- iNotning can;be more urpririat tygoia

r. THE YEAR, will,be d jvided intoTourquarters! $ f All of which.ffreofferedjfor sale,for oish.or practice of J several years dri if billou&eli- g 1et! tbe'huna rrt'
.1. of about 12 yweeks eaohfrith, interyeuingTica ,i- ijS.t* sat mate Those whb-have used it themselveSv

; tion : The day.will hare two sessions i theirs? bytherg '4-)! 1, been its sal tary' Affects'uptmicthers, need no at'on'ceiitsfnfluence
from 9 to 12 M;Vnd the*'second, from 3 to 5 1 PAS constantly on"handlnTweir'assortedi : : farther evidence of lU reat'value The health /

: : M, Wednesday mornings will be appointed -* Mrnf'3*> QKjt JiS'-UlTf* -wtiei are 'received:almost eyery day) bf thousands"has een1't> ft t1y'fodby foaeUiVr havefailed. -

::4 exercises' Engliah composition and de ap$ and many of them are got'np for our -*P8
tion. v.fe' .r' at"1 Its Wraiflbn noVBimptV'M'stispendtl : uexpwd #&%feffi8fe'delicatea'naHure
I "- *4.vj< A -i uftv'-wfl. and not'tobe found*lsewherey / & f .
Ic4cisr4I. rAfter-the firstterm,no pupil will be re/ered, ilardware;Crockery,"&ayi>viz\* 'i --Printedlistsifof prices,Tcorrectedifrom': die forW \; ; toUpnrify.'theys.euiiiid ]rf
feet health
except At or near the beginning of the (tsstan, Superfine Flour,In bbls and'ft bbls j* 1 1 l day to day-withevery variatlon-in>the market)' 1 -:*i resforeitrtooWd*tn-\ r.-r viss tia t-lji pet ti _i.v t.rik p rttfrtaedbtrt*wehundreda. **

and no pupil for less than one term. Pilot Bread, Sugar'and Butter Crackers J* < are'pladed inthi hindsof bnyei ,. 'A'and ff i i' mI d'othdieaseabfbllilh .of.case*have

*> nm "Tuition." s Hnms;Bacon,Pork,FM.Beef,Pickled Tongues j' Merchants will taxable to f rnsoine.ideaof a b hgiit1s oftIiun.dersigned. : f ._ OWISEM3J 7 flf l.
: Reathng1WritingandArithmetie; 6OOs : Mackerel; Cod sh"Salt;Rice; W -VGoshetf the extent arid variety of our assortmentj'when'we ; t&'iiiiij' ti: t 'neiiaiitffilcottirnfa1Ty1jj
studies <{SOOaj'.t Liir4i White" BeaiiS thdt ihe value xrar.rusual stock'6f piJd1ffiltiendinko
Higher-English < Butter, Cheese, statey 4 nmerouVcertifi
.24 j Philosophical Classical studies, 40,00 Irish Potatoes; thiszRnci'is at least-\ "the'value of ATtep respectabilitytestHyingl'to *the'greatefficacyof .
4 ? One half the price of tuition,according)the Sperm'Oil Candles; <&' '' the Entire r stock of/dry goods usually kept by1 highest this medicine be seenpn'ajipli. In cinebas.ebearingit

Pt, studies pursued, will be expected in acfrnce, 'Green and'Black Tea; Rid and vaCofieer'* ftMdscotado bur:lai est'-wholesale-jobbersl'-i fact, 'toi cation'to'i'V': >!U ,ca.'ru/'if"can ?;;?? 4 %l recomnien4ed rode
4.: and the balance at'the end of-each'term. Sugar; NO Molasses1; m; ff getter with the fact that our means and our '. '-* Tft* : Thed'I obtained' a W S
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p: '/ Board will be provided in Town at reonable Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed and Pulverised attention, instead of being dividedjunong a vast .
: rates per month, for Pupils from thcpun- Sugar;? p yariety'of articles.--are devSted wlollyHo:ONE, p I %$&: fof"JdksonnZlea: ; % teimiy.JacksonvM1"'r'e I '-flie. 4n zhotperjed ilitpWnts
)x : try; and Parente and'Guaraian ;Trho'riyde- Brantiy.Rum, Gin, Whiskey Alcohol, Turpen trill render the advantages whichjwe can offer: J sire stall themselves of.the facilities! fthV t1ne '" *- aw *s& to dealers perfectly,obvious f land! it:shall be she eceiAj'In

Institution for the education1 of their cldren London Porter,Jor.t,Madelras and Champagne our care that,none who"visit our establishment "4''W". TOWNSEND/S'i CpMPOUN1iEXTBAcT.
m''it t; and others; may be assured that no eirtion ; Wine; shall 1 meet'with any disappointment/ -sARsAi'4Ei14.; ; : 'm zdfiigIt o1lie pnbli -

: will be Spared to ensure the health, comrtand Cordials, Confectionary,"Preserves, &c. -Our assortment*.is'complete*at all:seasons of This Extract iajputtupt quart otts.-itjs 'M.D.:

r progress in knowledge of'all 'who'ny. be A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods !K* the-yearj LEE,HUDSON?&'LEE.P. .- six times.cheaper j pleasanter, and i warrant edsur 01.&lba1nyMig, 4844fc., ,,, fcwus. 4N
if1 entrusted to the care of the Principal." Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins,;Bonnet and Taffeta \ S.-B. F.tLEE, 'f 'fbrmerlyvpfithe 4t perior;to.any; oldi "It cures:Diseases..withoutvoniting O&Q2RS 4NDI4RBIE gjj
.s .. i"iJlUFUS KSEWALLPriripal Lord &>Lees and late senior partner of the original the
Ribbons; ." -. ; ,purging,sickening or debilitating patient *fc
1r KrB. Pupils in Town'will; be exp ed to Sheetings and Shirting/bleach'd and unbleach'd :firm of Lee &Brewster; from, which connection ,and is particularly adapted for a &- pr; >pated Ava.in wfarmw* ;-ff; feiniie eaSSg

1?; ./. prVvide seats and desks' Chairs are recbmended Irish Linen, Diaper, Bjahops and Long Lawn; he withdrew sometime agohas) resumed a FALL IANQWINTER: :MEDICINE. !No'feina e who BaJreasta to sripixwiiK-ji /
a'ti ; [Republican ] Cambrics, Jacopet,Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; business r in,connection;with Meesrs.'Lee & The great beauty and superiorityTof this.'Sar 'TiWinMiiW.+ ** ltUol : ]-luirtfme'6f ?.. ?C
c-; -tiayl9-lS49.- : tf Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves Suspenders; Judson,-and assures I his' friends tht the new saparilla'overiall Bother s.it era- "" sluIdegi c t takej, it.ib ctrtainTetiT
and otton Osnaburg concern shall have the same'preeiiinenceinthisi dicaiesvdfsease| 1t'1ivigdrntestliet
v 4 Tickings.Linen ; ;ci; ay'o the Zuxneiuad1sedss
't". : ,. Laud for Sale. Wine white and brown Xinen Drill,"for; pants, branch of,trade, which formerly distin 'body; consumptionx/cnred, to'"which ,
:, FOR SALE,between nine and b thoumd t&c&c.&o;, 1' ', nished the other two houses to which he be # I'> cleanse'and strengthen,, s ; Ufel 'THs ridd'jy'bi

r i t? S :' acres of Land Nassau, situated and partlyear inNassan! St.- Thnbrellai-Silk'Ginghmand. ____.._Cotton.__,_._. _In.-steel- longed, ".. -i.- Juije251847.V. ,2y; consumption can be cured,8: several years by using imedicinKif or kit
44j T:' : : County;partly near and whale bone"frames; -- bronochiti cbusumption liverrcompbin *

ec:! !"- : Mary's Rivers, being portion of the Werman Hardware fy Cutlery-Knives,*Scissor, Razors;? manufacturers'__J!_ : Supply___ Sore.dspXa I colds coughs;catarrh-agth'ina, spit- "i,! 'vounni ; as it; iLcal ii1ati t
; ; Grant The above is heavily timbed pine Nails, Hinges, Satts, Knives and Forks, Spoons - *. i j.i' s f ting of bloody soreness in the chest, i'i f by"? Quickening' the*blooC andlnvigoniiM T 'r?'

land, con veniently.'situated upon wate*ourses, .Tea.Trays; -.:*- : SCHENCK &' Cc ., ; ." .' .'!'becti6 flushnIgbt aweatS,dim. .1-1* !syferJndeEd'thI1 tte

,' :' with the exeeption-'of about five hunc1d acres Collins Axes, Hammers-Hatchets, Saws; No. 132 WATEE 'STREET, COKNER\OF, Pifcc, ..caltrop profuse expeo -' all the idiseases to which wctneir arfnlyctteutly '
y. ; of heavy hammock land upon the Mary'sRiver. Wrenches Halter Chains Pots ,Ket. .
Carriage : : # < toration pain -f : : Jraeesthe .
,NEW.y'phk 92SY8t ]J
wbe sold ; *. -
The whole or portion ;, :
any .ties, &c., &c.; j in the side,&c. % .; the natural
TfqjJ l cheap for cash. Apply to HldMAN.I A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.. -, DEALERS 1. ,- 1 1.haveaidi J inpurities"6f th'e body tenergiesrr-pyjmeTaiz-not sowlfifijEia'tlesysteafasr tt*

.4 WILLIAM A Gooa.Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. Cotton, Woolen, Silk'nnd Carpet'ITlnuafncturerit can be Vo producetxiwbichiztbe a"su
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I Jacksonville.March 17 1849. *f '
_____ ;_r ,.' Boots i-.SA;>w-Men's-Women's and Children's Articlr*, -I cured : case of most Icdic1nIJ1IIJ
1 c gJ.; -: --- Notice. Bbotand Shoes, of all kinds. : ., NDM.ANTJFACTtTREES'OF \ Probably tnefneter was a remedy that has; forjemaleweaiess ancL4ise ,,,

; ... JL THE SUBSCRIBER has eastf the A variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery Medi WEAVERS' HEEDS HEDDLES been so successful in despertte cases of consumptibnas5this 'Is2soJ'TIi; .RARTU
: ,
r4 >f_;.r: jiiii.Hou8e[; formerly occupied by M Hatch on cines, &c. SJacksonvilliAril' if cleanses and strengthens thc e TU1E ANDDIWPSy
) 15 1848. iyEast BOBBINS SPOOLS &c. \ : and [< : neal'thcl1'ulcers bn the' -
! S. Bay: *
I :;:. ,'r House,) and is1 now prepared to acomnlodate Agents t forthe, sale ttheilatest1rnproyeSIIEARGANP lungs,and the patients gradually'T regain"' "their' rEear.iStrt: .slfy"wife bi
Wh:;: any who may see fit to patronize 1m, and assures Boston,, usual health and strerigtE been afflicted with- ;disease-of the heart,tal

,t *- .. them that no pains will be siredo\ en May 23d, 1847. NAPPING MACHINES,, CURIO US"CAE OtONSUAiP.TIONT \ ;with a terriblen'rtiptare for over'fifteen JMH,
41r. cure their comfort. commodiPufctable at .,Mr.S, W, Fowle-Sir:.1,have seen so much of WOOL PICKERS?; CLOTH WINDERS/ r' is"scarcely a day passes-bit' tKere arej -f he greater.,part :of ithe ztimf.c Ehe has htroubledtwith

;$ tached to the establishment, and pvery attention the yiHuepff; Wistars Balsampf,>YM Cherry," REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS_ & , will be paid to the horses ofAose! travel that feel it my duty to add testimony in its, t. cired by the useofI)1ownseia S Sarsipaiifla.The tering.pf/the heart, b1clibeen tew d *4
Lard and Olive Oil
tt4fd:: J lers who may think proper stotivith him.A. praise, My son, about.1,4, years of age, has for OIR.-Sperm, ; .-2mf arjd. Sosp.1 following was recently received l: |tii ;/;'ad':-lias ifrequenfly.jiieen, Taa
W. JBICHTONacksonville the lost ten months been afflicted with a severe Marchl7,1849.. "Dg. jTowNSEMDTTJ5 ai"Sir;: :l For'.thV'last '1'eber ,bd rand

I.'. p E. F,Dec.2,184q tf cough, pains:lathe side, and body, and agrad-; LAST NOTICE*' three years I bay been aiflicted with ieral* :' severe.' S1eiuch'dtsej.th tried"alnlost e'vefv rernwj
- .b tj ::(.f'"Si' -_::_ l! LiJ ualWa8tinguntilhe; was but a mere living skeleton. -ARMED. OCCUPATION"SETTLERS debility, and nefvOuiVonsumption ,of'the'' ast''' itt1 Benefit:,WB jn

; I Administrator's IVAicc.A .- I had had,the advice of three physicians, TO UNDERJ THE ARMED OCCUPATION stagehand; did not expect ever'gain myihealfht J had:taken3 bufthree'tbbttlfs. .otyonr extdto
v' > .1 l t*
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? : ; : XL PERSONS indebted the estate of* but hone of them uld give,him any.relief, and, ACT.-- Th$ undersigned Agent of the Interior at oil. After going through ,a course of nietU' i medicine ehe was entirely relieved- of the" dinttti

: J3L George Church, late of Iival'cotrity gradually, yet,surely,,he seemed to be sinking will attend at the following places'on the diys, cine: under tn'e care of soxne.of the'mosdistin-f i of the heart axid/the"rupture hashi $

Fla, deceased,will come forwardnd make immediate into the tomb. Happening accidentally to see; specified below, to take and receive proofs by' guished,regular,physicians and members pf Ke tirely disappeared. ... ,,
payment. And all perscs whatever some of your Free Almanacs,"/ice felt.as despositions before him in relation to the settlement Board. of Health. iii"NewTork and elsewhere, :Shh.al4'o'b.Id 'heosy,7ad-
saiiestatt will *- <- / *-: '"ii. t-.1-/ '* i rf "e- f
_1 : having demands against the though the Balsam would, help him, as there and occupation of all persons who obtained and.spending .jthe. post*of my.earnings mat- Imuch'swoHei x17eHC etbial L
:,. render them in within two ycarsauthmtica. were some cases that had been cured Khen they permits under-the act Congress entitled tempting to regain niy health'and, after.read* be so Jtenefited W'Bh'ahad hikComHai6
: : ted as the law directs, or this if ice rill be were as bad as he wasl .1,therefore procured a 'An act provide for the armed'occipa- lug in some 5 paper p ,ypur Sarsapa lla r solved ofdses hmq
pleaded in'bar of their recovery.LAWRENCE bottle of Dr. Kidder the in this and to it\ After Bix bottles I fodndit pearrebevedIer .
agent, place, tion and settlement of the unsettled part of the// try using y *vuAf 'a **>"*
RY Alm'r., before he T had used all of it,he..began to grow, Peninsula of Florida J?t approved;4th'August done me great. ood'and'called tb'see you"at. 'ithaV:this statement j jsj jo"sSraage.a 19 aj.'almost .

: Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849.. 2m better and by using three bottles his cough, 1242, and who were ,occupants under that act, yourabffice;t with your advic'eIkept,on,'anSjdpmbHtheaTtilyiha tiTi ,-' lilce,-' fiction, but&1 it CT.neverufeiesa> TZ. ,.soior-.3
--1, 1 all and he now enjoying good health kVbuforybu'r.advice. I reality. YourSamparillauncertainly avjfc
,: was gone,: and the act amendatory thereof approved'June peisee : "a
:. -: WM. S. L A WTOS for which he is solely indebted} through,the 15th, 1844, andwho; settled",occupied'inder /3* 1tkihbjajflld,*and> have been uTe medicine,' and- houjdeue 1y; J eyerj
M ) :.1"4 blessing of God. .to Wistdr's Balsam Jot, Wild ble.tbattend tQ'my uallabore' fitiehst, :one thai Istsufl HngasVe have been.aIf.iLBy.
COMMISSION MffiHANT said act and did.not .
cL1' ;.i .FACTOR AND I ,voluntarily relinquish or i/ -"-
; Cherry.; WM.: DlXON/ aba dontb same, but c ntiniied'tbI'eside i on four months, and I hope'tJy iheWessjng df God, disbelieve"' "r this account,.theyare, at liberty,*"
Charleston, C.HsFEREjjcES Dr. Kidder says the article has given universal said frontier south;'of the Uner'dividirig' : : -
, .; : -E.G.Jaudon, Esc ieur Jack satisfaction to his cust inei.. ships numbers nine and terij:southland east'bf It helped me beyoridtWekpectatipnsof all that, ; ri .

sonviUe,E.F.; Gov. C. J. McDona, Ga.; C; the base line specified j in the act of 184S, thereby knew my case. j- : CHARLES"QUlMBr."' '. _
: .w Furman'Esq., -Charleston, S. C. Ion..B.R CHARLES DfiVVAAL aiding to effect the objects saidaet, viz: Org sex CON! ; ?, A'.2184' ; ,. ', .1 ?
Elmore Charleston S. C. At Newhansville Alachua bn 'Monday7thMay. .StaittftftifJffuySEi -has. '. = YEPz: r
( ; ; > county 's r > j. r
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I I Xebruary 19,1848 ly AUCTE0NEEU; I .- Quiiriby being duty swbrnaccor\iing t6 law 'pQ, T Tp'fluid jbr medidine has cier beensco

'. -_ .. JACKSONVILLE, E. Fuf At St. Augustine, St. Johns' county,on Tues his oath tith,.that jhejforegoingstatemeiit'Is !ed'which'sb'nea'rly' resembles"t Ii gsstxcJ
.p;- otice.--six MONTHS aftor ,the,.!...JiiiMvrriVfc best his knowledge and 4' 'or' saliva- in decomposingod, and(-streugtheiffl i-->. .

I present my accounts and vuiiers as.Ad to and respectully solicited: At Pilatka.?Putnam county,on Tuesday, 22d belief.- ii. 'M* Vt j. ,_o"?*; r2 .' mJJLMiJx.. f ,the-orans. bfdigstTon,.as Jhi pepatdyspepsia1oeveievereox
f4 4,1: ministrator of the Estate of Frank Richard, Jacksonville, Slay 6,1848Bricks May. t 1 .lIDt a j I, UAt I Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange.' :fl-r" Ts.r. "!*"" i irrjfur /> : '

,' :r r 1 ate of Duval County, deceased, to [e Honorable -'-' *- Mellonville. Orange county; on.Tuesday theicTAugust'- k; 1847.':? .CTE.USBALDWIN.; ;. ,chronic. .. '}
tt" 't t : Judge of Probate bf.said count for a final nail W8M, *-- < f1tnaiay -* ** ; : JiC4dfthePe DANKDEPET.AIwYMay19
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I for Sale u t. 'LUs i'Lt- --4-- '
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( } ? settlement of said Estate and thai tthe, same; r f/s TR.ir owiisEJi&Sif: $ hive beeij aawft
; j ? .. ; At Ocala, Marion county, ,on Ion'day,18th '
; z, :' tiute, apply for' Letters of Dismi n as such THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale hard 3 une. .: ..> A' 'J>4r 1 1 j.- : TWO PHLDRENS4PED. :f : eTeraL'ye rw witb pjajifef{
n v of which all interested ,of the first'quality, manufactured ba'vfltiia.i .form altended,7itHi.sourness of.atojj5t
.:: Administrator, perse At Lake Benton county 1Veryfefami1ies 'ic .
. himself in the 'Jof ; Lindsay, ,on Monday, K r+ *>
by vicinity Jacksonville
4 iii&td Estat_ are desired to take tice. at 25thJwie. : o; onethatMUSd Dr. Twnsend'ssai'sapaiiia
4c1i .,: STEP IEN D. FERNAND ,Adm'r. the low price FIVE DOLLARS per thousand.. At Port'Panning, Levy county. / on1 Monday19thsjuly '-rb ';/ tI l6st aprson tonU kuitof foodant1 ,forju41bit'1i
7innary20,1849 They"will"be ready for'cleliveryjby the 1st day > J5* -v ? I '* ', summer, while those that did not sickened Iktclusiceevidnce
of.May next. He assures those m want,of the s- fi' ial1
died.The certificate.we'puTBIisnTb'eloW is con- portion on ziiy stpmac tWKft
At Ttttnpa, Hfllsborough connty on,Monday, lfi.A' rjDB.TowNSENi f I v *-* r
I, IMITATIONSJ! unparallel nd ostonm North.imported at such: great, expense. fiint14e-' | KeyWest/ Monroe county, Monday, er instance I ,ofits sa'ini'_ the lives. ofchilden',,I '. :;.ri eWhirnng LmjlaijC Lrps i ieI
I ishin'g'efficacy.of'Dr. Wistar's B of Wild ; -. 13thiAugust.t.... ' : Cherry, in all the diseases for wlommended ;h it is.rec- Also tiles well brick, and;Cornice brick', will'be ""l v : ; Miami,liDade-( county,,on Monday- >20th Sarsapariirot the summer-' > J i a aflia1.and .must wy 9 with fi WB I rjfideiioe

; curing many cases aft]the,skillof furnished'in any 'quantity"' desired !' Agust- i' 1 complaintanddxsentery-.onewas.; 'thi1f 10: V bit erusjng"nearly'tvb'tita) %4
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rt3 I ., the best unavailinjhas effected : -F. ABRILI months old and the.other. V < Wei. restored and tie ioxtw*
: 1 physicians was ,. ; iAtFort: St/Lucie county oxt Monday > .." fpundniyappetite
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Orders <; %ir
: 2YLt: I a large and increasing demand it This 1 ;may' be left tth'i'ore"of1Uj., ; 3dSeptemberJ: W &. ** ; *'_ .<*> *"*' pt1I; 'vo'uldthe : 'eitire',. emoied, and L would Vearnestjy fej'commend

fact has caused several unprincipd counterurious Chas.Aril DeWaaVin Jackionville.' I IAll persons'interest dar1who have not al-- : '.- fl *, fetters and'imitators to palra off mix- : ;; 5t. *eadymade'theiiprthtj''arc:requested'to have pnysicians.nWJienthe docforinformed,J < .us "that x afflictei- asa.have beenwt' YouwL.'cirfcaf.
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4 tures ofsiinikr name and'nppeince for the"Syrup we must-lose'them, we reo1vetotyv ypnf w'w. v4r Z.&Wr9S
4 MORE: HOME TESTlMONY. their wit nesses iready.'afld 'comei prepared'- : ;
I c t genuine Balsam. Some are call fcf prove their cases fally.* Settlers on lands Keref-" Sarsaparilla 'ye.had heard.so much of. but had t r 'B., 1'cLas nobuticb as lait'Tpt1ditp
I 4 i : r W ld Cherry/ Balsam of Spik&rd,!" "WiII3Li 14: 48 Union StreetfBoston/April'iS, 1846: tofore unsurveyed;will/notr have an bpportuni-' littlercorindenceah'er being sb nm nVuJnaclveftispOnat'is : : ; bttle.eomp2tli.nI]
I' Cherry.-'Comfrey; ," &c. Anoth* "Westeri1rii i Mr:Seth WrFpwleVSirA/sense-of sratitudew wortUess'puV e arFvlry
ty to identify their landsf f/ WL. Mt
( :' Balsam of Wild Cherry.' misspells.the.:name/!' you, and of duty,to the public, prompts me 'RUGWARCUER; ihankfufthat dld/forjt W K K d $ncia

1 and forging; certificates toires *fi.e those of totmake tth>Fpllqwingjstatement! if of any Agent'of the Inzeri the lives bfbbth; "Iwrite thistthat otherffmay
: .service toyou is entirely..at yotuhspqsaL *- rt l ;
4g the true balsam. "Dr. Wistar's&kamof Wild April 28, 1S47 s1 tioct be induced -:uit ..i SjBens,jaa rtny gecpnarst.Jt'JWiaoywt; **
i Cherry" the only genuine. !he Vest merely :It mayhavtheeffectto iriduce some father snfferers : a;) cCdrwgist; oreJ DuwV.feIchmoMfP
I ; ; ?1 Imitate the name of the origind Vhile they. to make=aerial of yourinvaluable medicine 'iAi t henj.j.C leB F

; possess nonepfifc virtues.y r- \\s\c\ & ; ,.which I jean truly say, has literally rsnatch T LiL: Motrrks'after datel 'Tshall apply to c ,, -' ;&jpo.J5| CbartresfW/ Mea iaOf i

LOOK WELL TO .THE MA18OE drnfm4tberave tp which'rwas fast has- he HoaProbate'Judge" Columbia county; James ummings,Esq onfiiptthe Assistantautthe PeartrffJAlhnnv? HIyTi En&tf&SJKL Vf**
te"nlng.h'Las JulyJI.was
Ill .s i: iTHE-GENVINE. cold ..which'resultedin attackedJby. ,Buddea= ford Letters of Dismission;as'Administrator on' Lunatic Ay slum,BlackwelTsIslandas the 27
I The genuine Balsam is put up in boles,with with,Tjplent painsift; ; th'4 M very w severe che rjiFrom icoughi the:Estate of Henry Cleftoni late said out-'- gentleman spoken ofin.t e.fpjipwi gl ttey.; $&>
deceased. J lo a JOHN1 CLEtTON > t
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: the lords Dr.Wistar's Balsam ofAVfl Cherry'Pbtladi that: tinte,I b.egan.tp.jWaste tnbt jfithsjand '*
. iV KV ,"blown-in"the'glassj; eal bottle I ; Ji27t849.; '-' .. r4 ,Tbs.s'nlozi. j *V*fiioze tbiur)thoiisztd '
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Pdc bearing A label on the front with the anature iciaiis. tbey1 prescrxbLfor nejnjain. Iiiis ,:;';- 1 !: eases of8apariI1LkaL rheumatismthatr Pr-sTownsend'a Sarf ,

}; i; ;I;, ofA, ,y- >v-fe ; H.-WISTARlLiDi, > tthich edthtiny friendiwy; :4 R.REI: Dj7C. O, 4't, curedrr5rh.efi"mc ifo8everriahdchro ,i17'rtIiE'

_ I fi3 t hls yiil renvelpped.'hereafter tla'ttefw' iolc1: l'i ." iy uilato I, fuEsSRS.R: ; R..REID ;&i shaving.l :lea>**, c es r wQek J c4tedbj4te LTiT .Ji jV 5'vi i i- *- >-- t F*

i1 wrapper; copyright,secared, 18441 dwhicli, do so at.any hour.,.'r. At.tb b sisJjheardway9- Jw ;ed the Wharf and the buiiaings attached, traorduiMpy Bt yirtues fif j Tifs ifc*. ;x& *A&&i

Ii will, alwaysappear?; thewritten'sign reot ar4 nqwprpedm n?connectioio{|with j their i >-- A cs .E JiJt iSept.J4f|847rfDatTow5s :
"i. Tmtupa < *: r- I hose life? had beeasavedsetYor 1DIy1 GOQDGROCERy'\tj4RJW4RE ; ft7 ;;sl W7 ,fliiffi I
'. a Kottle/he : terriblyjfornnin fc earswitih; the iheumaiLoAt-

Si- CORDIALS, &a'' Maraschino fcao2fAfAbtynlhe 4ucI in4eed1 MISCELLANEOUSMMISSION tonsiderade . \ tLemon Sjrup;.Raisil Cie-: M1 of the most ; ] J14 tAe mostsuftore aing.paios}anifemy. &

1. qurntPresery -1,,41jnger'pj *"alI. hw! A?jeMV ab>K Awi* limbswere'ternbly: swonen. II have usfedi IB16thn'ti st 'thi brTh' foiI

ardine?;.O.of I. sm t In'ana !Jl 3i 'iat1had.taJen f r..i.wtM- i. J 'f -->*tV'U *i :: 4 J- -
Eec2rr34tJeIly, DIacktrry Jam; jpbe.iIIj and ld bun ihq ooects Uiad.experj. OAtttopJfeKr -l* ? TtS-fiV!* fa- aThjti5fnhzhe4pp
it : !Ue xathtn d the Bilsa I, .aceand- nW* 1F Bow1ii'A1Ief. $ ,

td8. I: ) ttt: i : ; inue the-uleof it; sirice which'time I haveSiidnuedjtoTlmproye'clallyl off.eevry r5rc I m'e-aaft If prrtei Ton' tnf
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and the samel Vnd tKe .
: ife. ?' l n1whtfli mveriirfft>4tvMi!>tHii; i A gnQ3otheirorp/wilila: ; re" "r'4 eivftb crtruiIkVtE caqcj4t Otebei rhuI
fewd'g s1nCtIfeel d'exnae
;ed and f6fwaWed.witf j* u wn.. v
.l ithat irataf bofrVeeduatjd gaf1i1f& : i Their Store'OfficeMind4Warehouse{ ate BititaItiaiSSnTenlehtWth ofheaItbyec9n, he trustawfllbeew
> trengtl1verjdayJ4We WhWf- feslt| d d ," .
L UwireeTeralCourtSj'ftrSumrnerHn litt r lA PAlatkai *fciA' *)* atiiT l t t-V cj ;si 25istt.W
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,' a-a bove sat mtaRoiv4 I :? '!Liad iv !!

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_: OBERTWBROO L' __, rI -' 1 $ ip; fgj *fciisii ._ Sammerlin. ,.deceasH. and > <.' tj. 'a'f i'>--v aMtf.ft? j!yttatjf?
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-a.I e4r'J1eI7hied : foaa2eba $ : r L? ,WY or>Je.by Epc
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