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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
December 16, 1848
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
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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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dollar .qUlN,oftwelYa -- ; ly,she has b ea Tcsiored to 1itl'i,;* 1
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jyjUI adTerti ementt mutt be paid for before inJtS .of the nation.. .j and. shed:.but',little' .light on'this subject- urlmost valuable '"* pJ "*"tt !

Gnle b1 a regular eustomer. By referring OF THE PRESIDENT OF'THE UNITED One of the most important results of.the ,But the war:which. 'we"have'just 'closed 'by'an'honorable' "and .h -"----'- -*- m t
the ascertained STATES.FellourCitizens war into which we were recently forced with ,'evinces beyond all doom' m t her one of oar nJest 1011l8tdeL 91

t,.ur t rnu with the advertisement.jTf a neighboring nation is demonstration that a.popular representative gotcrnmeht iaetjual New Mexico, though situated in the lat ioTiand.witliout

..transmitted marked with the number of the Senate it has afforded of the military: strength ofpur : emergency,:whichS, likely to 'a'seacooit, is known'to co&taia ,1

AdTertisetwsnU not continued antil forbid and of the House of Representatives : I country. Before the late war with Mexico rise in than afeira of a"nation.... ''. much fertile landto rfiBlertJon8 required,will be Under the benignant Providence of Almighty J European and other foreign Powers' entertained '.The'war'withMexico has developed'most the p'recious metals,and to ,be 'capable :of BBS*

charged for. God the representatives of the States imperfect and erroneous'views of strikingly and conspicuously"another feature taimng!, large-' P 1MioD.-From its poaitioa) Jfi. I
will be charffed for all announcetnu and of the people are again brought together it ia the intermediate and connecting territory :.
dollars .
try Five our physical strength as a.nation, and,of our .sini our institutions. t It,is, that.without cost '
candidates for oftce. to deliberate for the public good. The gratitude and I the between our settlement and bur.pbsessiefis. ia if
of ability to prosecute war, ; especially. a to Government or danger ,to our liberties, ?
for Six Months : : 10 00 of the nation to the sovereign Arbiter .Texas, and those,oa the Pacific coast. :
out of .itey have
One iquare war waged ourown, country in the bosom of pur society of fret- Jtbe! tl
10 00 of all human events should he commensurate I ITppef".Californiai,.irrespective:bf 1
and Creditor s t that .
Debtors =
flow*to saw our standmgarmron'the peace establishment men, available in adjust and necessary"war, mineral wealth''recently developed ttcre

.A1'P1 tioIl for Lettera of Administration S 00 I with the boundless blessings which weenjoy. did hot exceed ten tho sa.- 'virtually,a standing,army of two millions of at, in point of value:and importance, to !

0"AU reli oul notices will be inserted ,atui. I i Accustomed themselves to maintain in peace :armed :citizeii..wdiers 'such". as;fought the. the rest of:the.Union? the same:'reladba that

, .. Peace, plenty, and contentment, reign large standing armies for the, protection of battles of Mexico.. Louisiana'did,'when that fine'territory. was'ac* 1 j
.urr.All.dmissabl. personal comra.nicationa will throughout our borders, and our beloved thrones against their own subjects, as well .But pufmilitaryr strength:dqcsjiQtjfflnsistaloneTn uinab' '

.chirred ertisemenu. country presents a sublime moral spectacle as foreign',enemi6s7Tney' had not our*capacity for extended;!and suc4cessful ;tending nearly* .'dim u 1o" li
& to the world. conceived that it for. nation land. "The is the Pacific and the only safe ani ;
All bill.for Job Printing must be paid on the condition of was possible a operation on ,navy animporteJit embracing PI
jj. work. The troubled and unsettled without such an army, well disciplined and arm of national. defence. pH the"" commodious harbors on that coast for many ;

afiTprjol communications the must be addressed to some of the principal European Powers has of long service, to wage war successfully. services of the navy were not so brilliant as.those hundred. Iniles, witha_ :temperate \ and i:Jt

, a AU had a necessary tendency to check and embarrass They held in low repute our militia, and of the the late.war.with Mexico anextensive Interior fertile' lands,it Is scarce* '.
.O'DITUI C. GatKTT. vottnge paid. trade and to depress prices throughput ly possible'to estimate its wealth'until it shall j jbe
were.far from regarding them as an.effective it was.because .they .had,no enemy, to. )
all commercial nations; but notwithstanding force, unless it might be for temporary defensive meet on their own element. While the army brought under the gbverhment'of' ; wr laws, '
kl, U.B.n. Ilaea.-PaekeiLiae. States with and its 'fully developed. From,.1tj | {
kI.W< these causes, the United operations when invaded on bur own had opportunity of performing more "conspicuous -, resources
their effects it'.must: command the neh'cmnme ;,.
their abundant products, have felt soil. Tht events of the late"war with Mexico service, the ,largely participated position i
other navy of China of Asia, of .the Islands or the Pacific, r
B BKTWXKX less severely than any still country, have not only undeceived them, but have in the conduct of the:war ,Both:branches -; of Western, Mexico, of I Central Amerieijjthf; j ;
and all our great interests are prosperous removed which of the service' 'their whole. duty
erroneous impressions pre performed South American States,'and of the Russian p ;
SAVANNAH & PALATKA, FLA., and successful.In vailed to some extent even among a portion to the country. For' the able and:'gallant sessions bordering on that ocean. A great exa ijf
of the
BT THE WAY OF reviewing the great events past of bur own countrymen. That war has demonstrated services of the officers and men of the navy porium will doubtless:speedily' arise on'tbe ,

DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS, GEO.- year, and contrasting the agitated and disturbed that upon the breaking out of acting independently as well as*' Californian coast, which may be destined to
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND stale of other countries with our own hostilities not anticipated,and for which no tion wim our trobps- the conquest of. the ral in importance New Orleans itself.::The df i
PICOLATA FumiDA. tranquil and happy condition, we may con of the vast'commtrce which aurt exist'on |:.
previous preparation had been made, a volunteer Californias, the capture of Vera Cruz, and pot
In connection with the Charleston Daily gratulate ourselves that we are the most favored army of citizen soldiers equal to veteran the seizure and occupation of other important (Pacific':will'probably,be at some point'oa .

Mail Steam-packets at Savannah, the steamer people on the face of the earth. While troops, and in numbers equal to any positions on the Gulf and Pacific coats, the Bay of San.Francisco, and will occupy the isame'relatJon
SPALDING from Palatka to Lake the people of other countries are struggling to the whole western coast of thai ii4
SARAH emergency, can in a short period be brought the highest praise is, due. vigilance '
the U. S. Mail from Picolata to to establish free institutions, under which ocean as New Orleans'does to the valley ther
Mowo into the held. Unlike what would have occurred and skill rendered the most, effective
St.Augustine and from Black Creek.via Newnaasville I man o.may r govern" himself.! ,_we: are T. in'L.tua1 the- ac- in any other country, we were under service in excluding munitions of war, and Mississippi. ,and .the ..Gulf of ships'will Mexica Tc'resort;th "i idepot.our

to,Tallahassee.Alligator, Mineral Springs and* Colembus enjoyment fatbers.ol Ulem-a While enlightened ricn mnentancefrom nations I no necessity of resorting to drafts or con other supplies from the enemy, .while, they with their numerous cargoes to..whale" trade, refit ,and,bbtaia r* :t8uppU

OCA'MULGEE. our convulsed and distracted scriptions. On the contrary, such was the secured a safe entrance for abundant sup s. This of itself.will 4argelycontributir ( ito
A. CHASE. of Europe are
capt. number of volunteers who patriotically ten for Our extended com become
plies our own army. build a city 'which would 'soont
up 11
strife settle all .
ST. MATTHEWS P.McNELxv. civil war or intestine tve .
by dered their services that the chief nowhere and for '
the difficulty merce was interrupted; the centre.of a .great :and .rapidly increasingcommerce.
These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY our political controversies by peaceful was in making selections and determining this immunity from the evils ofwar, the .' 'Situated.on)' safe ,harbor. ,.,suffi* tii
and SATCBDAV MORNING,at 10 o-'clock and ar- exercise of the rights of freemen at the bal who shall be disappointed and compelled to country indebted to the navy. .- riently capacious for'all ,the'nayiea'aa well aa i'

rife at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to lot-box. The great republican maxim so remain at home. Our citizen soldiers are High praise is due to the .officers of the all the marine of the world 'and. convenient to rBxceUent.timber "

go through to St. Augustine before night every deeply engraven on the hearts of our people, unlike those drawn from the population of several executive bureaus, navy yards,1:and forsMpbu d gbTrned by the -;\ t

Thursday and Monday. that the will of the majority, constitutionally any other country. They are composed indiscriminately stations connected'with the, service, .all.'under United States, it must become",our'great' vest'j 1t
Returning, leave PalaU every TUESDAY and expressed, shall prevail, is our sure safe of all professions and pursuits: the immediate direction of the Secretary ern naval depot. "" *" &COK.MXC at 7 o'clock touching as above force and violence. It is a known that mines rt1 e precious meU j
FKIOAY guard against of farmers merchants the and was
lawyers, physicians, of. Navy-for-the industry, foresight,
char considerable.extent in California % .
fame and ,
each way. subject of just pride, that our manufacturers mechanics and laborers and which directed ala existed .to'a .
; witn everything was. '
bath Ion boats in complete continue to advance energy at the time.of its acquisition. Recent'.dls*
They are presscre acter as a nation rapidly
I this, not only the officers, but the private and furnished to give efficiency that branch,
rder, and handsomely furnished in every respect in the estimation of the civilized world. To among I cbveries render. it probable that these, mines aitJ m"'ll.:
soldiers in the ranks. Our citizen sol of the service. The vigilance.existed
; are commanded by gentlemen of well wise and free institutions it is to be attributed same : more extensive and valuable.than was antidpa* I]
known experience on the route, and their pat our that while other nations have diers are unlike those of any other country in directing the operations-the navy as of : fed. The accbunts.of the.abundance,of gold,io ,
rons are assured that every attention will be I in other respects. They are armed, and the army. There was concert of action and that territory are'.of such an extraorolfiarydiaractei 1
paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, achieved glory at the price of the suffering, i have been accustomed from their youth up of 'purpose between#the heads l'of the two *. as.would 'scarcely command belief ';

and to the careful handling of freight distress, and impoverishment of their people, ; to handle and use fire-arms; and a arms of 'the service.- ,ByTthe orders,which were jnoi ' the.aatheatfo : 1

AGENTS: we have won our honorable position in the portion of them, especially in the western were.from: time to tim \m ed' our"vessels reports of officers in the public..service,. wher'

I Crooks & Tupper, Savannah.A. midst of an uninterrupted prosperity, and of and more newly-settled States, are ,expert:. of war;on the Pacific,and the Gulf of Mexico have visited the mineral'district, anddervedthe !
Darien.G. an increased individual comfort and happi who have and' which'they detail from personal'obBervation. :i
A. DeLorme marksmen. They are men a rep were stationed in proper time injproperpositions facts
Friedlander, Brunswick. ness. I am happy to inform you that our utation to maintain at home by their good to.'cooperate"efficjentry "with'the. Reluctant to credit the report. la 'I

John Bessent, St. Marys. I relations with all nations are friendly and conduct in the field. They are intelligent, army J3y this means the 'combined power; general. the quantity.of grid, 'f-

Fernandez &BLsbee Jacksonville.A. I pacific. Advantageous treaties of commerce and there is an individuality of character was )'bear/successfully on. the theofiicer'cpmmanding bur forces' in California' : r
Black Creek. within the last four risited.the mineral district(in JulyV last,1 for f
Coy, have been concluded
which is found in the ranks of no other ar eneiny. -,*. '
.8..r-la"r.oot Picolata PaIatka.E. years with New Grenada, Peru, the Two and Sicilies my. In battle, each.private man as well as The great.results whj have.been devel-, the on the purpose,subject of.obtaining Els report to the lITar information_Depart* 1

Lafitte lit Co.;.. Cha.d ston. Belgium, Hanover, Oldenburg, i. every.officer, .fights not onl.for.his cpuntry I- ped and brought"flight ;by ithia war..will meat of the result'of examination,and faciaJbtoiaed \.
N. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Pursuing our Britain example but for glory and "distinctiori taQn 'liis.fcl. ;be.ofimmeas uQMQ>impbrt&nc&>inthe future on the spot, is '.herewith .laid"before1Congresi -
i free of oowm ion. Freights from Savannah the restrictive system of Great low-citizens when he shall return to civil progress of our countryTfierWill tend '-'When he visit ed"rthe Country;theft (

and Charleston and all way freight I ,our principal foreign customer; has been powerfully to preserve us from foreign 'collisions were about four 'thousand persons engaged M t
payable by shippers. relaxed; a more liberal commercial policy war with Mexico has demonstrated and to enable us to, pursue' uninterruptedly collecting gold There Is'every reason to believethat ,

September 30, IS4S. lyHBDICAL has been adopted. .by other. enlightened, nations not only the ability of the Government to'organize 'our cherished'policr of '"peace with the number of persons so employed

and our trade has been greatly enlargedand a numerous army upon a sudden call, \ alf nations, entangling, -alliances with none."- has since been augmented. Tbe I exploration* :,

i NOTI B.DRS. extended. Our country stands higher but also to provide it with all the'munitions *" Occupyirig, as we doa;more cprnmanding. already'made;warrant. the" belief that the< up

iI WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Pro- in the respect of the world than at any for and necessary supplies with'despatch,-con position among nations than:atr. any':former ply is very large;and that gold is found 'atva I;

of Surgery in the franklin Medical mer period. To ,continue to occupy this venience and ease and to direct its operations period, pur dutiesahd"pur'responsibilities''to, rious places in an extensive district.of country J : ,9

I College of Philadelphia.) have formed a co proud position, it is only necessary to preserve with efficien y. The strength our ourselves, and tp7pbsterity: 7are correspondingly Information received from'officers' ,of the na? w1;

partnership for the practice of MEDICINE and peace, and faithfully adhere to the institutions has not only been displayed in increased. 'Thisrwill'be theniore| obvious -' vy and other sources,, though not 80'fullanclmmutefc .t

SUtGEttY, and fos? the INSTRUCTION OF great and fundamental principles of our for the valor and skill of our troops engaged in when we consider the'vast additionswhichhayeibeen nir' 'the accounts or thec* r

MEDICAL STUDENTS. eign policy of non-interference in the domestic active service in the field, but in the organization ; .recently rn etojour:tern- der of our'military from these_force'California.xltap that mines of :.a.:.
distance be well also: ,
Patients from a can accommodated pears,
of other nations. We I : .
concerns recognize of those Executive branches which tonal possessions and their great importance {
and reasonable terms either at the : ., quicksilver are: found in the t1'or1hG'
on in all nations the rights which we enjoy with the direction and and value. '
Hotels Private Boarding Houses of the city, were charged general v gold \ :One of them ia now being worked .tz
and receive from the Subscribers such Medical ourselves, to change and reform their political conduct of the While too praise .'If'Oregon be excluded from the.:estimate, and is believed to" 'amoag'the: most-'produc.* ?Ji'<
can :
and Surgical attention their cases may institutions, according to their own will cannot be bestowed',upon the officers and. there will still remain within the limits of Texas : tivein the world. r -" '

and leasure. Hence we do not look behind men who fought pur battles,' would, be'unjust ,'NeW I XicO nd California,. eight hundrecindfitt1 : The"'effecis produced. liy';. fijd 7 fit .

A limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS existing government'?, capable of maintain to withhold from those officers necessarily ne thousand.five,hundred and ninety these mineral deposites, 'and" the ece whici

Till be received, who will be supplied with ing their own authority. We recognize all stationed at .home who 'were charged eight square',miles, or.' five hundred and;fortj-' has attended 'the:'labors of those wh'b have rej,

Books, Plates, Anatomical and other Preparations such actual governments, not only from the with the duty of furnishing the armyin.proper five'millions twelve thousand seven..hUDdredi sorted to.them, shaveaproduced,,:ajsurpridng !.
will be regularly examined in the progress dictates of true policy, but from a sacred regard time and at proper places with all the munitions i I and twenty reIbeing; an addition equal to. change in the state of Californu -'; )1:1-l

1I f their studies according to the mode for the independence of nations. of war and other supplies so necessary more than one-third-of, :all,the teritorj owned Labor commands a ,most exorbitant t'price,and

I pursued in the large Northern cities will be While this is our settled policy, it does not to make it efficient, the commendation bj the United States before- their acquisition; all'other pursuits'but.that'bf; searching'fcr'thv; ft

taugktto compound and dispense Medicines, follow that we can ever be Indifferent spectators to which they are entitled. The credit due andincluding. Oregon,whole,nearly (great Russia an,extent precious 'metals.are' abandoned. .,'N 9.dlJJ.ft .
and will be instructed in the minor every: day of the progress of liberal principles .to this class of,'our" officers. is the greater, of territory as the Europe' whole";'of the 'male .P9pu1&bon'otthe; countJ7UTe" ; !
dvtiet of the Surgeon-Bleeding,Cupping,Bandiging Government and people of the United bnlyVexcepted. "TheMississippi, so: latel.r.the. gone to the gold 'distri t Ships arrivingron
considered that in
when it is no ancient of is'now centra.
&. &c. enthusiasm and ,army frontier, our country.1' ,only.iU, the coast are''deserted:by.4 their orews,' ana' t
ith delight '
Office in American States hailed or modern times was ever better appointed With the additions of the'late acquisitiona,the iodfiJrOl .want of sailo ;' t.
Private their: -J JOur
Perhaps no any the establishment of the.French Republic,as than in Mex United States no'estimated to be'
ofne. and or provided pur army are of certhere ent rtain apprej; !
err win afford a greater variety apfned commanding ;
remedies or present more practical facilities we hail the efforts in progress to unite the ico. Operating in ah'enemy's country, removed largo as the whole"of Europe.* It;.is:.estimated hensions, that"soldiers caanotbe kept in .t1si'| t

for students., States of Germany in a confederation, simi two thousand miles from the seat'of by the rsuptrintendent of the coast surrey,,i in' public service without a ,large increase of pa// f'i

In connexion with this department it maybe lar in many respects to our own Federal the Federal Government,' its. different'corps the accompanying report;thatthe.extent of;the .Desertions'in;;his*command,:have. become frefquent ,;

proper to state that as soon as possible an I Union. If the great and enlightened German spread over a' vast'extent of territory,hun sea coast of,Texas on the,Qulf f.Mex.icol: up- and he recommends.that .those who ahaU;

Infirmary for the reception nt both Medical and States, occupying, as they do, a central and dreds and even thousands" of miles;apart warda of.,four.hundred 'milesofthe, coast,tof .withstand/the'"strong temptation,..,and be.fekhful -' t.

Surgical Patients will be opened,when students commanding position in Europe, shall succeed from each other, nothing: short of ,the. untiring Upper::.California,on.the. Pacific-..nine hundred I. : ,:should be reward.' "' ; ,1! p
such a confederated and seventy miles j and:of Oregon,;including ;of "' and':tte.altengTos*'
will have the opportunity of practically studying in establishing goat vigilance and extraordinary energy of., This.abundance !
&eascs. J. T. J. '. N. M D. _vciuuibut'PrOm."t, uw R-n. "n- the same tune to the these officers could have enabled 'them to the Straights,of,Fuca,of sU. hundred.And sing? pursuit_ of it,'have' fead'bi'tali.' ".' >.t'' ;t.T.

C. C. VAN WYCK M. D. citizens of each State local governments, provide the at all points and in proper fifty miles: making 'the whole extent' Of.Icoast sear fornia-an.unprecedented rUe"' inthe Rse'r. eftbernecesaaries.oflife
army tkePacific thousand sir hundred )0
Tallahassee,Aug. 5, 1848. 6m adapted to the peculiar condition of each, season with air that .was required for the .roiles and one. .the rwhole'extent' on, ,, 7

with unrestricted trade and intercourse with most efficient serVice: *. .' &nd-botn,twenty.the Pacific. and.,; the.:Gulf,,of;:Mexico. two That,we maythe .mme speedily.and JMJ/V

CHILD BIRTH.A each other, it will be an important era in the ,It is but an act of justice to! t thousand and.twenty miles. .? ,,. .. : avail.pul1 1. eaor.d undeveloped, !ieaUb,vWf-

VALUABLE SCIENTIFIC WORK. upon history of human events. Whilst it will the officers in.charge of thV several .execu T elengthof,the coast on the Atlantic,from, these"mines, eem l jraatj United portimceT"that'a States
consolidate and strengthen the'pow r"of all under the immediate' tie nortliern,lioits Of the United around. branch.of the
the subject of Gestation and Child-Birth, tive bureaus," eye States ; to" be established at-bur.pmeiBV
by R. M. Weisselhoff. M. D, late of Paris, just Germany, it must essentially promote the and supervision clothe. Secretary'of: War,' the Capes of Floridavtb ,the Sabjne on,thee authoriiei. "'s-''CAlifoi i-".' .Ain?-,;-- y*t,. r t ...vfc

published by the author. cause oi peace, commerce, civilization, and performed their respective'.duties .with ability of Texas is.estimated to be threethouwiKl fD -"hichr t. :
information subjects constitutional liberty throughout the world. and have reaped on*kondr d mJlwT'q..tJi&tth addition dn. ; r 'iV' .
This work contains upon ; energy effiaencjv They es n woold be'that pf
.f tile highest importance to married persons, With all the governments on the continent less of the glory'of;the war,:not having been of seacoast,including Oreawijiy very,nearly itsVparvaluevin.thatTemtwry.mint4)f A

.r those contemplating marria It will be our relations, it is believed, are now on Amore 'personally;its.iperfls 'in;,battle, .tyo4hirdsas.. great, asall, e Dsessei.before. ;. the UniteAJ-JtatasTat We"great'' -commer*!.

found of special value to those whose means, friendly and satisfactory.footin .than :'than their companions in annsj utithput and exclnoUng t11r Oregon,'; of, be-nethousand jcial depot on the-west coast wopld Vcbn7 rriato ;:
bunto4ahd:sevehtymiles; ,
.ealth or other circumstances do not permit they have ariy.former.penodjSince ,;;their forecast-efficient aid in7 cooperation, hi iwlto' .1, f'-the,ext ntof.tioni. bar coin,not.only the gbd) derived frwa our'
14 increase the number of their family, 'the ,exchange of,ratifications,.of the thbsein the field wbuM pthaytB'been'proyi-' uii; oWn rich mines,'but also,the bulliba and kptei9t
8s d i e .
.it.bout inoonvenienoe.suffering.or per- withMeiicd.our'intercourse : '.. '-, ,- which may.bring: frba'the whoUr
great treaty of peace .:ded with possessed ofachieving' ., ".1t" our commerce
bps rick of life. A method of avoiding these with the'government of .that5. Republic 8'been tteif country ,' '" "is,1' -front- /* ...' _eSt e r t.ei1tl. .4 SoUth AiDe t+iM.*!
: Vtt .
uh1es and dangers at will (recently discovby of .theit most:friendly character. The the;,:unradinr honors twhic&they.have ue.I French physician) is fnUlfmrtnonnic&ted the'richest beaVminearoffMexicov
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cost comparatively nothing, and are within the been received tobeamatterof: ]iw mwh_amazesmentab'road iiJ '" these counfrieslv'ana 't j'tiotaer
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"from: Jrtexico pf sinular may llf. "b d' ,. t -' ) ,
jch of all The process is new, safCj infalli- representative howrt happened.that our joble .-; !L''A' :' 'tl e WeatemV Mexico'.and;"p "tJ'" lh
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tit.; '. .,,:-The: powers of Europe, far removed fromthe :athers liTlh'e'midst of almost"ihsufferablo dlf- proinisowas c"ffdctSJ/and"shall propose to ;ex:: 14J w 'a. 'eLe. I.;; .' .. .
.wesi coast of America by tho Atlantic ,ocean faculties;and transmitted touswiththeinjun- I tend-the .nestnictipn'oyer the whole,territory] V'Inthe s- Senate-1 t.; 1

t4 : 0: VMoKintervenes,and by a teousund. dangerous tion that we should cnjoy its)blessings;';'and south as well as norpMtf the parallel. of thirty ; ) n.t t C : thToUowg bilh51 ot-'
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'Jt.4i 1' 1: : navigationlaround the southern cape:of the hand it down unimpaired to those >who may six degrees thirty,minutes, it will cease to be fl i p -- ---.- _, -_ introduced'D bert'ijt.. -s. "
.1J"'!.i continent of America, can never successfully come after us. "" ,* t : : compromise and must be ,regarded atf'an.pri; \" 'ktj"I'F. ByMr.ATery. .bnt.&o .fttW. _- nUt
Ji 1\;: C compete with the United States in the rich and In view of the high .and responsible .duties ginal question 'f '. ** "i' ** oft 6t l Ct ns : r "pi

S extensive commerce which is opened to US at so which we owe to ourselves and to mankind, I .4f Congress, instead of observing the coursc State bi'PI ,It'
!' ;:fr' much less OOS by the acquisition of California. trust you may bo able at your present session," of non-interference, leaving .the.:adoption.-.of mipIOrt fPll' : J1' ''wi

tit i': hc Ta t importance and commercial advantage -' to approach the adjustment of the only domestic their own domestic institutions to the people C71y Mr. .ndei. .. A.bifl. It'.ted.t." tcom'Cot

:M ', of California have heretofore .remained question which seriously threatens, to disturb who may inhabitthtse;Territories; or if, In. State tax'the ,20 per' cent,:aS ftoj\1 '

"...f: undeveloped by the government of the country the harmony and successful operation of stead of extending the Missouri, Compromiseline lastsession of ; ;,. -' the

T : S or which it constituted a part. Now that this our system. to the Pacific, shall prefer to submit ,the ..JB.jia c prisd*-I&'*9 'JWAv8l3Hg70. ._ ttegeneraj Assembly,. t Tdue
xv' !'. fine province is a part of .our country, all the The immensely valuable possessions of New ,legal and constitutional'questions'.which! .tmay I \S 1.We'lay bVfoll'otir readers thisweeVth'e first'brtionothis .Y: T' !.. \ I i

f:..r,; States of the Union, some more immediately i i1 Mexico and California are already Inhabited bya .,arise to the Decision i of' lcI.juhdlJ.rlthls.. able'and doc- cies_doing business Jn this State to,i .. r,ied
( .., 'S and directly than others, are deeply interested considerablepopulation.Attracted by their as was" proposed.Ei'a; .UI, ,: I it1 cretingpublic' for 11.11'foreign bank bills dlCll1ated pa1iN. ot'F

'- In the speedy development of its wealth andS great fertility, their mineral wealth, their com Senate at your last'adjustrne, niay i umcnt-,'Uslextremeichg, 'and1'the, limited State..!.Alsoa billhatid& 1a..'
t t..; ', resources. No ecction of bur country is more mercial advantages and the salubrity of the climate be effected on this mode. If the whole'subjectbo i .space of burcolumns, J it ,. gningra-Uen to "\_ ref 0

-1y:-.. Interested, or will be more bcn fitted, than the emigrants from the older States in great 'referred to the ,Judiciary parts Of the entire. As the.:closing addrESS of'our Chief *-- ..,...1ti.., jise
;1 /: commercial, navigating, and manufacturing in- numbers, are already preparing to seek new .Union should cheerfully acquiesce in '. :By Mr.' 'Aldrich. Jt'bfll'totioni .,.

r'r; ') tcrests of the eastern States. Our planting homes in these inviting regions. S decision,,of tho tribunal created'by the consti. Magistrate to Congress, it was incumbent upon rights to;settlers 6h State Cp. PC
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f;;:;: and farming interests in every part of the Union Shall the dissimilarity of the domestic insti- tution forthe settlement of all questions which .him; policy'of his administration, d'r'Sanders landi' .'.. .:of-.

.W t 'ill be greatly benefitted by it. As our commerce tutions in the different' States preventu? from .may arise under the constitution, treaties, and and poifiraj,its effects upon our_ great Republic. rIb ?'. n.. 'At'r. .io_ii". ., ;,.: 'Cout1II

:;'i' and navigation are enlarged.and extend- providing for them suitable, governments?- laws of the United States: 4 Both: ofi these,duties Mr.POLK has therein executed upon'Corigress the passage 6f a._y" ,
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fr(: ed, our exports agricultural products and of These institutions existed at the adoption of Congress is earncstlyinvokcdfortho sake ofthe .land: to the officers and so1'S! 'e1(

.;-r: f manufactures will be increased; and in the the constitution, but the obstacles which they Union,,its hfrmony,and our continued pros with consummate' skilL. tIn the'Indian in Florida sin
.4.t. new markets thus opened, they cannot fail to interposed were overcomeby that spirit of com i. p.crltys a naUoh, to adjust its"present,B s- the view that Whig party was virtually war .t, .. .. : Wl

ti,t;1". command remunerating and profitable prices. promiso which is now invoked. In a conflict Slon this, the only dangerous question which dissolved by the nomination of Gen.'T A TLOR In the House,; from the 5th to,the Uftirf. COt

.' .. The acquisition of California and New Mexico of opinions or of interests, real or imaginary, lies in our p ath.if not in some.of the modes the following bills were introduced t j
. .J "' co, the settlement of the Oregon country, andm between sections of our country neither can suggested, in some other which"may"'be satis and that the death1 ,-was given to Whig policy By Mr:Taylor-bill for "- "1lea
", the annexation of Texas extending the Rio justly demand all which it might desire to obtain. factory. during the ,Democratic administration"olMr. the. located a.

:r.i'r&v po Grande, are results, whichj combined, are of Each in the true. spirit] of our institutions I In anticipation of the establishment of regu. .'Pots, the political history of the last'four county site of Benton co nty. *-

: i ; ft greater consequences, and will add more to tho should concede something to the other. lan governments over the acquired territories,a the By Mr. Bryant-abmvto. aD'ac
must to events Jie
'.\1 :.f: strength and wealth of the nation, than any Our gallant forces, in.tho Mexican war, by joint commission of officers of the army and years necessarily us county lines of SL'JohMeoaaty; tot
..,@ which have preceded them since the adoption whose patrotisin and unparalleled deeds of navy,has been ordered to proceed to the, coast of th most interesting period of our existence cOO po
.f;' of the constitution. arms we obtained these possessions as an indemnity of California and Oregon,' for the purpose-of as a nation. Commencing with the defeat 'oi By MrPrevatt., -a billie li t'h '.t .ifn

\, i'! '.' But to effect these great results, not onlyvI5..r for our just demands against Mexico making reconnoissances and report as to the the Protective .policy,.and of the internal, improvement locating' and surveying private" 4. It < (
-ri ;k- California but New Mexico, must be brought were composed of citizens who belonged to no proper sites for the erection fortifications. orotherdefensiveworks the.State of Florida &c. ;
r j:. under the control of regularly organized gov- one State or section of our Union. They were on land, and of-suitable scheme, we behold as in the rapidly By Mr. Bryan bin to 'h" ? "k'm

,' if + ernments. The existing condition of California men from slaveholding States from the North situations for naval stations. The information shifting scenes of the phantasmagoria the brilliant amend tt &_

)!\ :.? and of that part of New Mexico lying west and the South, from the East and tho West.- which may be expected from a scientific and success of the war with Mexico,- h.e'he. cerning roads and higyraj aej or1. IU
4. ,::i;, of the Rio Grande, and without the limits of They were all companions-in-arms and fellow-' skillful examination of the whole face of tho roism of little and its county of Duval.By i"t Ptr:'.a-u \ Iielet

;: : f If, Texas imperiously demand that the Congres3 citizens of tho same common country,engagedin coast Will be eminently useful to Congress, our army,- triumphantappeal MR Vatea billttQconragerJnternal nrtifelDl1
"".. .. should, at this present session, organize territorial the same common cause. When prosecutingthe when they come to consider the propriety of to.the God of battles. In the midst of us

; :I governments over them.ib4s war. they were brethren and friends, and making appropriations for these great national .this.wonderful war, conducted by ,volunteersand Improvement.snj.thoniziatidregulate cetorh

. % .; Upon the exchange of the ratifications of the shared alike with each other, common toils, objects. not by a standing army,-by the patriotism partnerships\ttT S
.; .. treaty of peace with Mexico and the thirtieth of dangers, and sufferings.Now Proper defences on land will be necessary for the I On t1i '11 th luSt:the jqMassraibtjof fa ..NeDe'
of and the
not blind machines of
t 'i:: May last, the temporary governments which had when their work is ended, when peaceis the security and protection of our possessions ; people by Houses proceeded; eIecIion1of '
't. ;: been established over New Mexico on California restored, and they return again to their and the establishment of navy yards,and a dock an arbitrary will we are smddenly called upon : Boatorof ., .&h(

'..:i", by our military and naval commanders by homes put off the habiliments of war,take their for the repair and construction of vessels, will to feed the myriads of a distant and starving the United States. 'On'the lit halloUag57 tel

:.St ./ virtue of the rights of war,ceased to derive any places in society, and resume their pursuits in be important alike to our navy and commercial people and amid the shouts of Buena Vista votes were cast,of which L.BCMTIT r,. IU!
; fr.. i obligatory force from that source of authority civil life spirit of harmony and i 'w"ace
surely a con- 26
; marine. Without such establishments every : GEOEGF! T.WARD 16 J."-MOITW ,
.. S eIs).). and having been ceded to the United States cession, and of equal regard for the rights of all vessel whether of the navy or of the merchant are heard the greatful prayers of downtrodden 'PJtLET7Blank2. :" ,

'.' ..'- all government and control of them under the sections of the Union ought to prevail in providing service,.must, at great expense, come round and famished Ireland. Bursting from the !. ::.. ,
i ;:.,; 'authority of Mexico had ceased to exist. Impressed governments for the acquired territoriesthe Cape Horn to'one of our Atlantic yards for that shackles of tyranny, 'the people of oppressed After two. more ballotings nearly.the ca
:.h.j: : with the necessity of establishing territorial fruits of their service. The '
cummon same WALKER
purpose. With such establishments, vessels, it Europe rise to and monarchy after mon result ANDERSON was noa>ia tei
''l I governments over them I recommended whole of the United States and of arms be'III
every believed, be built or repaired as cheaply Upon t'fourth:
: ;, "; the subject to tho favorable consideration of State contributed to defray the expenses of that California tho Atlantic coast. They archy disappears to exist no more. The tremendous balloting votes .wew.e t,
as wluch
:b/,: :,:. Congress in my message, communicating the war and it would not be just for any one section would give employment upon to many of our enter- example of our great Union has not of Mr., BTOBITT received 23, Wiujt?, rot

\:\r I ratified treaty of peace on the sixth of July to exclude another from all participationin prising ship-builders and mechanics, and greatly betn without its influence. The spectacle of MORTON 5, FJ LET 7, ANDEESOW 4,'blank 1>, dif
.r'.eI. last, and invoked their action at tho scssion.t .- the acquired territory. This would not bo A fifth I'dU
facilitate and in the Pa balloting resulted
t enlarge commerce what has been done a 'people has liberated nearly .the wnt
by :
j ,
:::4'. Congress adjourned without making any provision in consonance with the just system of govern- ,.Which
':. :$ : for their government. The inhabitants, ment which the framers of the constitution ad- cific.As the civilized nations of the old world. We de. we give in full as followsfr :Ca

=. by the transfer of their country, had become opted. it is ascertained that mines of gold, silver, rived our existence from them but it'13 to us ForBcREirr-Senate-6. House- MHSpetkerMessrs. -' "Eetint.
k.' -r'. r. entitled to the benefits of our laws and constitution The question is believed to be rather abstract copper and quicksilver exist in New Mexico dissolution ,! .1isden,Baldwin.'Dlackbizri; C'I-
: the of their
-,..Qt: and yet were left without any regularly than practical, whether slavery ever can or and California and that nearly all the lands they owe old C9rP man,Daniel,Pi vine,Ellis Hawes,Hobart MS..,
S; organized government. would exist in any portion of the acquired territory where they are found belong to' the United ted life, and a new birth, worthy bee,McClelbn,,Prevatt, Scott,and !Tavtor'of wiin

.:'d.:; i" ,Since that time the limited power possessed even if it were left to the. option of the States, it is deemed important to the public interests which they live, worthy of the sacred and inalieanable Benton-;17. Total 23.. s'* ,

: i:.t 1 by the Executive has been exercised to preserve slaveholding States themselves. From the nature that provision be made for a geologicaland rights, which are natural to all man For WARD-Senate-6. flbww-Messrs,, tJztLh
;:t' and protect them from the inevitable consequences of the climate and productions, in much mineralogical examination of these regions nerman,Hinson.Jones Knowles,Matherslfu.well .- ,
: ofa state of anarchy. The only govern- the largest portion of it it is certain it could Measures should be adopted to preserve the kind. -S :Moore Shine, Stephens Summerlin.- :

ment which remained was that established by never exist ; and in the)remainder, the probabilities mineral lands especially such as contain the I is in such an era that the administration ner and Waterston- 12. -Total 18. dh. ;

,..J) .: the military authority during the war. Regarding are, it would not. But however this precious metals, for the use. of the United of Mr. POLK has been in power. Can we won- For MoaTos-Senate -2.' Home-Messn. COt

. ;": l' t! this to be a defacto government, and that may be, the question, involving, as. it does a States, or if brought into market, to separate der at its brilliant success? But one cloud Landrum, Langford fiichburg and Wilkbsoa tbeltX
:# .. by the presumed consent of the inhabitants it principle of equality of rights of the separate them from the farming lands, and dispose of -4. Total 6. 5 :>.{
:4e.;.i 4;:-'N? might be continued temporarily, they were and several States, as equal copartners in the them in such manner as to secure to the treasury hangs amid its glorious s one,however, that For .FisucY: -rtt-2. ',House-Messn.. pe

**..****. :.' advised to conform and submit to it for a short confederacy, should not be disregarded. .a large return of money, and at the same like the precursor of threatens' a Fennel, Long,Ned and Richards.-t. Total 6T. liz

:Pi::. intervening period before Congress would again In organizing governments over these Territories time lead to the development of their wealth storm that will bury all in ruin and destruction. For .ANPESSOS-Senate-2.'i HD'ltst-Mr. .
;ti,; assemble and could legislate on the subject no duty imrosed in Congress by the Con- by individual proprietors and purchasers. To Taylor of Jefferson--l. Total 3. t !.' 'et.t.oB'
there is still in the American
.ic, .1" The views entertained by the Executive stitution requires that they should legislate on do this it will be necessary to provide for animmedIate I patriotism For BLASi-Hoaw-Mr. Walkert.1

. 4 l' on this point arc contained in a communication the subject of slavery, while their power to do survey and location of the lots. If people, this, ,danger can still be averted.If .- crt

:,..11, :'\. of the Secretary of State, dated the seventh ofOctober so is not only seriously questioned, but denied Congress should deem it proper to dispose of there still lingers one spark of that and ., ,.,.{ :hea
:. the mineral lands should be sold hgh Railroad. across the PeiluwI.The' "
last which was forwarded for they in small .
.P j : publica.tion by many of the soundest expounders of that generous spirit compromise which animated eath
; :;:... :, to California and New Mexico, a copy of instrument. Whether Congress shall legislateor quantities, and at a fixed minimnnVprice.I following valuable article wfcfch w! f .

i l ..: which is herewith transmitted. not., the people of the acquired Territories recommend that surveyor generals officesbe .the great authl of our constitution' we may tract.from, .i_the. Augustine HM4, _'w111a. .(0.Dide
.5 ,:. c;- The small military force of the regular army when assembled in convention to form State authorized to be established in New Mexico .yet be.-saved. The Me.,rne' thr Editor been, > nnrtW'
. ..r which 'Was serving within the limits of the constitutions, will possess the sola and exduv, and California, and provision made for survey methods in which this'may ne: Isi, That .the ofjlhat journal J J T1

I i.r., 4 acquired territories the close of the war,was power to determine for themselves whether ing and bringing the public lands into the mar Congress may observe non-interference leavingthe to publish in advance of its appearance imbi 'co.
:: -.J retained in them, and additional forces have slavery shall or shall not exist within their ket at the earliest practicable period. Indisposing Bow's Review';relates a'subject i intcmt f.

i.:.?.!:: been ordered,there,for the protection of the in limits.. Congress shall abstain from interfering .of these lands. I .recommend that the adoption of thei own domestic institutions to every.inhabitant of the Peninsula. o4i4.We j3C
--';'.:: :,: habitants and to preserve and secure the with the question, the people of these Territories right of pre-emption be secured ,and liberal to the people may inhabit these territories. in
;.;ft'..... tights and interests of the United States. will be left free to adjust it as they grants made to the early emigrants who have Or, 2d, That the Missouri compromise line are not prepared to follow tbeaut1or ia rt'vi

..\"i.". :No revenue has or could be collected at the may think proper when they apply for admis. settled)or may settle upon them. shall be extended to the Or 3d rThat every position lie tdcsi but th$ general plan,

'tL. ,.(' ,r ports in California because the Congress failed sion as States into,the Union. It will be important to extend our revenue pafc namely,:a route across tie Peninsula tOMWtajfct,

S J',! ;: to authorize the establishment Custom Houses No enactment of Congress could restrain the laws over these Territories, and especially over the legal and qu Qns .which with NeVlOrleans._ andNew_ : ,York .is 9 e&11T..\
N, r:1.. or the appointment of the officers for that pur- people of any of the sovereign States of the California, at an early period. There is already may arise shall be left t the Supreme Court of siucIk tl5u

l" i ) pose. Union;old or new,north or south, slaveholdingor considerable. commerce with California; and the'United States. Either of these modes will has .eugagel.publictention ever; ItI.
';!.j ; The Secretary pf the Treasury by circular from period of. the Semin ol e wr and the utiht7Of
non-slave-holding, determining the until ports of entry shall be established and settle a question fraught with the destinies of i ,, _
1t;' ; addressed to the collectors of the customs, character of their own domestic institutions as collectors appointed,ho'revenue be received.If S -" <.,? which is acknowledged by all! who havepaid.&e lV

S;' "T the seventh day of October last, a copy of which they may' deem wise dproper.: Any and.all,: theso and other and half. world : least aUention to'-the subject 'We_ ,aw.happy. V.el
necessary ,
: "!r is herewith transmitted exercised all the pow- the States possess this right, and Congress cannot measures be adopted for the development proper of For the sake of the, glorious institutions that. ),

-:4.; with.which. he is invested by law. deprive them of it. ,The people of Georgia the wealth and resources-of, New Mexico and have now enjoyed for so many and happy years, .to perceive enquiry agaiu-directd.l
. In of the act fourteenth of it,'and egivethe'eIeto our readers lias, ill
5- ** pursuance might, if they chose, so.alter their constitutionas California and regular Territorial governments for the sake of the liberties of i- *"
.... ,$ :>. August last extending the benefit; of our post to abolish"slavery.within their limits; and bo established over them such will enchise.rE.rpe evidence'of the, importance with irtidx'it is n
l h-: ,,", ", office laws to the people of California, the PostMaster the people of Vermont might so abolish their the rapid enlargement,of our commerce probably'be and ,gazing. .admiration upon-bur... .prosperity : > '
fIl General has appointed two agents, who constitution as to admit slavery within its lim i navigation and such the addition to'the national ,-for the sake of. the unborhaetosuc.ceeti : ? s dOI.
1 have proceeded, the one to California, and the its. Both States would 'possess the right I .- (f" "" "t .' ed.FlJr'1k'Btne's: ; 1
; wealth, that the generation live us in developing those greatgiEtswe have
other to Oregon, with authority to make the nIl' know it is prcse may Commercial Reriiii.0(1,
though, as not probable that' to witness '
commercial '
I" necessary arrangements for carrying its provisions either would exert it. power controlling.of tho world transferred from monetary Lon- j inherited.-let,calm reason and justice take the PROPOSED' ''NEW ROUTED FOR AS D REC'

I Into effect. It is fortunate for the peace and harmony of don and other European emporiums to the city place fanaticism and greed of power. We have CiM3IUN1CATIONBETWEENWTORK 1.8

, Tho monthly lino of mail steamers from the Union that this question is in its nature of New,York. no right t abuse .-, AND.NEW..ORtEANS-AC1tOSS THBrPErNINSULA .
} t Panama to Astoria has been required to "stop i temporary, and can only continue for'the brief hn.wceeDJol OF FLORTOA. *' -
To /Je lDntinued. W Lawirnc1Th1 .
i :( ) powerintopopulartyran i -f*"%*
; : and t cnvc :
' E deliver.and to take mails at San Diego, period which will intervene before California k 8L
.Since the ofLouisiana and .til
S acquisition
S ,
and San Francisco. These y
3 f i'l Monterey, mailI44 and-New Mexico may be admitted into the U- S -M
immense and which Ka
increasing commerce
: steamers connected by the Isthmus of Pannama nion? From the tide Latest From .. : ;
. of population ,now flowing Europe.S S '- S 5 its centreof New Orleans speedy a
operationalat ,
;! with the line,of mail.steamers on the Atlantic in it is S 'C .1
: them highly probable'that this will .
-, (ur THE BBITTANMA.) ; and direct cpmmunicationbetween'|i ew;ork, t't
bctweenNew and telegrapto'SavannaJi
York will establish S 'By
Chagres soon'occur. S S on Monday last
: .. : FBANCE.. the' .. Northern.emporiumAOf commercial
regular mail communication- with California. I Considering the several States and the citi- I we.t learn ,that,Senatqr.DOUGLASS,was .t introduce interests; and' New ,Orleans,.tht of the.South ,
for the is
The carried
of the canvass Presidency on
It is our solemn.duty to provide, with the zens to,equal several rights States under'as'the equals constitution) and entitled if-. by tho adherents of,the respective'parties 'with his C.rn bi on that day.: and South West.has,,,has been.engrossed uch'.p.' public i.r i.J'

least practicable delay, for New Mexico and this were'an original question, it might well, the utmost activity. Louis Napoleon's chances .I Incl State proposed 't be form attcntipivaud ., constantly cutter of
absorbing interest., ->
California, regularly organized territorial gov- be insisted on that the principle of noninterference for the Presidency is generally considered'the, eal te-t ritie cUe.rby treaty, from :The first and most natural' channel of communication J't
ernm nts. The causes of the failure to do this is the true doctrine and that most'favorablcj but the friends of Cavainac are ..
Congress Mexico.. e as well as 'California,means of ship yack between
: ,
at the last session of Congress are well known, could not, in tho absence of strongly pressing his claims, and a numberof, ? .I
and this has
any expressed thitwo for continued
and to be With have the will give two Sen&tors and/two or't JReprcsentatives. places, freight,
deeply regretted. the opening grant of power, interfere with, their relative Deputies proceeded to provinces andar' .r lhe solft means'sof. transportation. Until II
prospects of increased prosperity and nationalgreatness S making the most strtnuqus'excrtions in his {
I rights. CongrwUhTe; tIiopoerhereaftr a few ''and ,
within .this'WLStb ordinary
years ,
which the
acquisition of these rich favor. \ '
upon great emergency-however, and un' to. still continues to be the usual lDDde'ofpusate.
Sttes' 1I
mo ,
and extensive territorial sions AUSTRIA.Tho *-
BW affords; der -
pose menacing dangers to the ..
Union the Missouri tones ,
beyond California mountains when The distance bySe is. estimated at.about 2500milesor .
how irrational it would be
forego or to reject compromise line in of the victorious in ;
SS b respect slavery was Imperialists 'as far: td t
nearly as Europeand;;
(, !.! these advantages, bv tho'agitation of a domestic adopted. Tho same line was extended further the,city of Vienna have.been of thembs'i frightful ,the,-' population, -is sufficient. L Jlie:. bW :'r fb mTemtoriatgovernments length:bf passage from daysLl" ,
rr: question which is coeval with the edsr''tU : west in the acquisition of Texas. .After character. !The'most atroCIous b ibitjjtieshave Ii f d Ne-, :
'. itself sit acquiescence -..,. *, .sx.bragka .- : M '> ,By means of th&C: steamboats ascending,. t
and '
: if: ;: tence internal of our strifes government geographical, to endangerby and, of nearly thirty years in.the principle lcenhabitants perpetrated upon the'iinresistingjn; contain provisos. i relation os-e: : Mississippi rand.Oh& iers, a".new channel of (
I divisions ofoompromiso.recognized and established manyofhqmhayo been1 cauWssTy1 } ." 1 communication was :opened inland: jItW.-. I
'qL:: heated contests for political tC'ltl0ri 'for any by these, acts andtoavoid the danger'to the shot down in the streotwhile-women and childrwr -.5----: !' : -boatsasr&rras TlCtsfitirgb, aid"-connected wHi (
: other causotLthe harmony pf us UnionW1r1 Union.whiflh;migU follow if it haveiLouses. 't hQe.iJp
becn. ii'
irex ru .
now-dts Baltimore:within few years tie BdJtimoreand II
its ft
-,, f e. post, by.
of our cpntolerate States f that Union which I havoJiherefore .
: expressed the opin Tha students in igularbave been! : l.hleg OhioEailrcKuL ,This routef.floiii ,
binds us together as one people and which for ion that that appearance in' htovr -
lihrof '
compromiso should bo ex the (Objects of their:vengeancBj'and: :they-have t Yo lag the circuitous memdmng.ot the Miasisrfffi
' !, sixty years has been our shield and protection' tended on the parallel of 36.degrees 30 minutes been..hunted:.with the .utmost::eagerness,'. and by one tte'Hv cketshipawIcai'rved and Ohio:Rivers, and.ascending !against thw !

tl ; l' against every danger. from the western boundary of r xi l"here it and when caBturcdf"eitherrihpt\ ,or hung..:..Thegreatest on. the 1st nswth 238 steerage::and 17-cabin ,strong currents although :perhaps; perform l'
::: Jn.the eyes of tho world,and posterity now terminates, to the Pacffio'weah; *'*? indignation has" been' ;"citedT. everywhereat" :,. .,- > 'J .:_- ; ; xolera'. ". ..-*.uTHavre* -"jpassengers -*- :with greater;:comfor is bnt little less in poW
. iI how trivial and insignificant will be all our,internal This is the middle ground d' bf'compromise atrocitics..." :.r' "1 ;" .. 'rTf1o'" ', h' S of timffthan' .i .
I U;).tr.: divisions and struggles with which the ,' 5- -S >: : -.H;''; .T L when.t&j8[ .! ., : ,.passengers are:of thatby.the packet ships. ,
compared different
upon sections,of the Union The Hungarian'tiwij hadj'crossed the frontiers } ; he,mQlt:1iirec: route bas\alw beeZ'
: y
: tl: the preservation of this Union. of tho States in meet tho better class (Qerman and Swiss emigrants.Thodisease S
may as thcy.:haTo'crctoforeuiLthis -U; in threedhisbns ,The/had& ked and p ;Alabama,-fSoutJ1-C3ro1i,'North Carolina -
,lt S h1 all its vigor and with all its countless blessings! .. be done. it ,is confidently;- oelieved a larke taken ii theclty-fXiegej and in'the"assault killed : :;made Its appearance ,in the vessel ,Virginia,and'.other States oh:'the, liatpf

k.tH No patriot would foment excite geographi majonty.of the pe9pbe'ofcYry section of the ,six thousand'of: !the Lnperialists,and Marshal on-the fourteenth day_from:its leaving Havre,: :traveL Performed. by;-stages..thia wceedingly :'a l"k;
i cal and'sectional" divisions. No lover of,his country, however widely..their .abstract opinions Weldon,4-'.Governor'the"cityi- They had tedious,, "difficuI and i
would calculate : and:hpto.this timo thero,have 'been .3? cases ) .Upen
.ff t;;'; country deliberately' value on thosubjectofslayeryn y differ;would also attacked':Ge .'Semovich. at:.Turnoy- and ,route,and was only used by thoea to whom &iI
, 'i of the .Union. turt generations would look cheerfully and .1 anifiS deajUasf ;The maijhiiot);;yetmade
pat ptically acquiesc'e iniCahd compelled ;.to:*eteat-Afl account&represents was an objects ,The'-gradual openinjof: )

. :r in Amazement- on the folly of such a coui .- peace and harmony* would* ,. *again;'.fiu bur. ,.WrWft. the Hungarians" :in great force, and erincing l.itsajan -inthccity" ,' b ,.i confined. ,to thequarantine. :roaxia lironffh-tlibe'J ate3'h s-increisedconnected ;
the would > f < : -
iJ t.1: 1 Other nations at present day jock. d. FThorestniction ,j-.. 'the most determined spirit.-Prince:Windichgrati .-, ., '; -t _OJi Md despatO1OfthIrOUe& n fIaOWs ,-
i' astonishment and such of '" .
upon it with ; them horttfbf th'e. liiie/was hacltaksaup-hIs lihff S that but about one-1'hundred
;of niarchXto 1 mites of '
: .!S t S asdesire to i1j ntaand 5 ariitocratical perpetuate throne in the case of- JOissouri,and?TexS meet them; when'a decisive battle might be expect .I I'J'1 ."t i ., I ElorJ4aEleeUoat'.. t. "- ; ,. ,the j UJJ1e1'an'"made'bjf %e% Ud :tIe'.
tJ monarchical or principles \ "' <
and, upona Principle compromise, madel necessa ed.. The Emperor was still residing nt Prague. .The Secretary of 8tato has issued.his ni r-ia'b'YOIIed. by ateajcboatroads. .i1I.'
tH' will;Tiew .with, exultation' ,.and4 delight, be ry,for the sake preserving the'harmonT, '. cipossiblythoexistencepf .- ThePoetRay'rier has been!tried.and'conRupert -' : : pr>dvmationi .. ;.Tiemwtdiagrteflbk featur;ofro :!:
cause in it they must seo the elem eDta.ot. fab- ; the,UnionT '" '. Tict d t. oii.und aentenc< o''be hh .p winounciDg tho of-the Presidential te'atpreient'U,the-outside MeoaboM' l.
l1'jli.; "< tion which they hope must ultimately overturnoursystem. It was these egnslderttioas" : { } election in this State as foil owa 2 / % "
51\\ ; ; upon; that aLhe Blum J a deputy.frlbmFTankltfrt 'Was scretely ; .nexion:between Charleston,1S. C,ad W1la1
t rt ,* .* close' t-ybur last'session'l; gare ,my Eanction-, tried:!and ,hung 1\,1.Thif1n1 bst-intcnse' .t f":: 'WfcfeJI** j'Jem': ; _-..<1 i,;Ie' ton,about oho: hundred and. MuI1IF1pte$2nboat :
9ish tho great oxaxnleofproaperous and the principle"of thelfissourl:
free aeU-coTcrncd 'republic, commanding the bi approviri f Ul' l i igui irig. t1lo bm.. sto'stabnh 4 ffti-t lt'r_ t'\II:, 'tfsJ(1 .. Samuel Spencer:. 2"tl:I.Chas H.4l>upont.;,3243 -lhe's1W1 .9" %hb5.. MpOn Qt
:rid tile! imitationpfalj; thelovr, heas tCrrlt Tcrnm ot : 5.. } 1. XELlIcIntoshv,_A I G LFaiiban tF-
S J pi': n4atiwi :' .n Q :'JV 'he Ntm.v,1k'B l'ih.4 S33r! bar at Cape rendering the .
freedom through-put.the'::world. ,Howeolcmntherefore 1 r desire t' ar.-SomegentIjj i .
t ers of pr 0 th !' '- ,"t'"rATM'AfMJYhigTOtA r'Ai3ft'. g: 'it ni c ble iiiot1*
is 'Iuhb'ithpre siyc the Union awlpredecessors 4Dcla':1111. BWlathlyma&be, A caiOuiatlon bj: hi ll ft ? ,.
S : .t.hf ,I ,in.dcferpnco for.the .r' bett1 it .. fJ : a ii 1}3238 J.J cabn4&the DnW_ tthedi5ernt
S the:call,upon(! us and,uponall parts'of pur counEOOO IICItcoStri1UCdO1e1dmy v -- QMW Qw wVV4WV4' > VMkV QW ;: '-.v --: 1 ,. .,... ......, ioadasnd consquexit trap4eiIS
Dot : ) S '
small 1f\1n S'S ;
_ I as t bver:$250 to'at S 1 S -
tJ" t 'c.tll Y'te.a pa.t 9 o:8pl t.of ,n1,or I qnieccncetohoct nt thjci( 'th el ,LWA. least oho-third; members a year :i: ,'n g' I" ; .Nd : -; i wi i ivltIiaJrfl4

r; :'fellowship, ,of;'cbropromiso.and', .mutualSnceision gone. 'iri. 'c u iO g'this" delic ;iui4 .; .ai.gcrous .", fession! ?' Thero ptthe tiro overt tOO aUbrneyslh of the legal NeW pro I :.u: .,.M!'. .L'.ll l; 4uinsomotiaat : 'nght teUinbube _
: in lUe'AJaiinistration.of the mconW question. But if Cdugrcssshallnow'jr' i Ulg-w mn 1796 Leing9eaethn ,1 i'cf j- ,
p II
York and ,
is Ulioved m S
SQOof r'2.n"
"I'-'Jw. .
EI sstein 'ot'gbveitituehl formed ,bybu- i0J1 Ui ; cam ,, wcreOst ai WlO a.8 .1.1 At. which the ; ;t1 -.
parable rtft !! ri> I "@ ; connexi ..
: _:'--: ;,: t; .." "t' ",. ? $2oOaycaU1 fthft M1, i1f1 : -<'ftit'SiI. ..5 c-;"1 .r4 r.l .
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;- when the one hundred. .ules, te1 tim 1 w 'Oi-1' '; t StABIME "" I -" -- --- -1
to seren
'J'1 .
haps north TexasMexico" I f r1'f ?jrl1I4. ..l..G.E.. !--BoarIant-St.-AuwUae. -
railroad 'Co : .
connected .
is by 1.t 1 .
staging ,
: i ''' Ol'rif
'Witm the past season,by the opening of the Would not such a road I'eCelTe 1..r..ff'Ji' e 1ult PORT OFJACKSON IlElDEC.16;. ,1848f t1'Bfj'" D' .ART" f lNltlpyt.\edtWS"e lOd or

Illinois Canal, a new route has been thiorn I, a large amount of freign't for' transfer to'tie ,r1( ._, ,- ., .. Tl, f.. i< ;' ,J t-t. 1ir t4ff :'y. ,;l 84 ': "J nnquncii t. th inbli0jhat JzehflARDGIOt1SId
by which *- Atlantic. The time and risk aTM 'the iiiter ."n R lIVE' D. t i .
or the great lakes jgSSeVhole ... o.Ci "r. ..
'f .Ik- .I..LJ..A ... -hi ji ti" eA.4 -! 4 '
by r, cst on capital the ,.with' -Steamer Hubbard .J.4. .W'ilKS. 4 4I
distance is performed accuracy 'which'commercial f.-Dec.ia Wm.Ga3ton._. & C. 1IU .L J1&Jr.. : ulm Unf. Of le t (
Yith an increase or distance but an addition:of transactions could be:Carried bwbuld I''nahy1 viwv ."---1.. ,Iii *' '" uk5i; >.". ., ': ., .J'f-r "11 iI JTT h "*f L**** *** y* tr T ue 4 I

emnf'ort-t.his route being some three or four all be reasons pointing _!suchvaprotxabiiity. ? I li-Steimb-OcamulgeelMcNelty, SA- Eighty pages of letter1 pr si fatten type and extras pat{ lie will',=.1'!noeflbrts' "W" i1 ,aatfstaAuoDn 4

thousand miles-but not more expensive than The numerous small vessels engaged inWeight !,:ltttta113"f" I."Jl"f J- t ttt1.' tnJ : 'tJite 3tma' ,1Jhiei kA ; Jis h Ji thiOdIoud SJt1.

,. O1.nen._,t._ ing cotton froni SC Maria 'At>alachicMfindMobUe ILl. ', 'if "i .:{;cr, A1I.m.1 I tl-'lHJJl t.1.'._ .SIW.I6A1Anum. ." ..\U.'T-tti' pt p ftUiciti.: )a :. .

1 tile The impulse given to commerce by the introduction tq New-York,fe 1 1'b difpeoiedVifhj ,.D c11.--8chr ;Cole:Bos1Oi i 1 irii 1'0. .i5_ 1 ft"" "tT: i _1\ -., ,-. ,;,'. !t g\.l :glf.'fHEPit.b ..8t.'qtJ ftf\Nctr.25tJ.-ts.ts.- -. '. "' &' { ttlJ.'f.1 ,
of ocean steamers, although soon reali- and the cotton'carried by"streamers to the Gulf i 14.-BrigAntoietteBrowflNeW: Yop ;k.: &lsiire tbatheiJMok t -l : : -- f4'r

led in this country has not been.acted upon, terminus of the road, and"thence transferred ''I fl. )2.-Steamer Wm. Qstnn.Hubbard. Sa- dJ iii-Magazine h&s changed reaidenc ;**well ; : 1ith,]: ;SPOUSE' : :
the fast three years, our dockjdi to St,Marys and shipped direct roiinan/: ** i av W "?J. 1 J. t&L *. as since '" ?, i
anti within to Europe,thai changed fiinds,3 ther|>ubU tion'of tiie ff .. .o.L. ., .to7 _. {
e t. ..
have teemed with the rapid construction harbpir being capable of receiving'-' largest; i 'Dee l.- -Steainer O an lgee "McNefcyj8arannaa December number;;Messrs.7 Sartain and Sl sr.. .,{." :" "M'T..vll IoMLE} XON1QI"' r- 'WT.nlttD.t.. '. ;
steamers. This mode of communication class merchant vesseli1' .Thenocal businessof : ;.i l*Jt*! f.trn*non!I' &ms> ker haiing o J.JA-L---' fonnzr' !nt Y 'i. :" t. ;. .' .
of ocean .. ., proi- \m., _. 1t, .U11 now fitted
C 1 ,
evidently superior to any other yet made use Florida would form nplriconsidrable item !in -s'i.: ,0It: : 1"1' "J(r hl'Ilma: trkad trinslerr dt'its plnee'Sor jt # >I :
is of pnblThatioa tieccommedation
., : .. ,pp.or.{ fUaOll! ,who
It the greatest safety with thecrcatest the business such' ""' i. MEMORANDA bo
Combining of aToadI '; ? ; 1nqH..t.l rqii Nevr 1'k'to Philadelphia vInaddition; yonr 4q fQtlwiner
.saonThetthiA :
possible speed, and under the influencer This subject Is worthy of the attentive consideration -; ,t'nNEW' Y 1tK De 2d.L. 'V g' a1aojjo tht services of Mri'.Kirkland/.who i !scaq mile. ftom.&he Enter **
American enterprise, the steamship is becoming of all whore interested in the ; 7 from Jacksonvi1 tE'P. continue as tbretbjfbrej to contribute ; ] --1
pros-; chanic KeDy days e to its pages ; z to .$, nn. O th8Rfleq12ht7Ifl
; ;
the striking featuie of the present centary pcrity and commerce of 'the1 Southern States : Thibe*i BCc&C D: ;the proprietors-have:engagedya3aff assocHote i :ts ricinlty-i. ,pogt* officej o- is at naxxL >and is at '

and with these upon the ocean, and the promising, as it does, tib bring New York and Margaret YDavisf. flin uz'"N .qDteiu.i ditor,Professor Johh-8'Har'of 1 .'. p'e* '-'-1i lg'ot'th steamer upoe.,.

electric telegraph upon land, we are compres- New Orleans within an easy four days'journey, ,I days from Jacksonrille, E., FttthkberZo,. phii'o \u.t : h _e*himself that n*effort
by the rapid transmission of intelligence of each other and almost n. ,'J } ..) ., !'lI Jij.iJt JiiHtii-conftdently" that I.
sing the globe following,up the.itelegraph I. order.. t yo ed thrpatronsof Ji >iin his.part that *conduce to
into a thousandth part of its ,former in rapidity. It has already'Attracted :. J-' '- r ; / the Magazine,will find signs'. of'improvement,: ecxraifort__,_.. 1.thosewho.. .: mayfavor' ; iim with c
compass..n the attention of some of the leading'commer- .' 'Of' ': 'fJfi1 j t aawell as change. Its external peaiati e is Ji :patrpnageL ? *'VUUI1LiILDUPQiTa, ,
attempt was made as early as 1820 to cial minds of the North, and efforts'are wt 1 .; I. jftjrccuiurs'-jrauuce*,H??.h;r% Mf V *>!r*i 4 >r *uil 7"T ft imDroedor:.evidence,Qf thiSj.thCreaderobl 'Orange County,:Florida. pctobei 2Qr 1848.. $
steamship from New York to New Or- made ULSubqribers. qualified as iSok "w 'io '" j r
ing to this project mto successful : for melt lu lei pIcH1 .** -
run leans.a A vessel, built by Messrs.Henry Eckford execution. carry ,* -...-- JLf :,,Executors:o(;(helas f'\y11i: and ..Testaement'of *department w / Magazine- mar now fearlesslychallenge i10 : :ct' j(J } La.\ I *JlU -

and David Dunham, of New, York named the SAMdeceas4 T DELL i- ,**,late W- .of'Alaohaacoutlty.,, / ffconipanson wlttaVoflts rivals.JoinrespeCt'torthe irf' : Bseaia' w.aaeer .f.rII.LL
made several trips but it was ImportantXetter from Gen.'Taylor I. Notice is J ereby given to all persons
Robert Fulton ; 1 :'L> *. it LIZEBAET'character of the msONSiihde edio! the'iafA ei ff
found that her engines were not sufficiently We find in the Baltimore sun of the tst'inst.the .'c having***,. .agaan4Jheestate, of thtde-' 'Magazine it wjU betheearnest'endearor; 'ofidlpncernedp7in o lohifH.w ad' J1at6" t b iih I

Doircrfttl, and it was abandoned. Since that following extract t from a letter/of(general ;1 undersigned' ''.presentthem 'without,*' djtt1 < :its--pu *UCatim%, o secure for'it qountyj-F1L deceaaed"iriUcome', forward fond 4
we are not aware of any thing worthy of Executorspr theirTauthpriiea'agent the contribationa'of the best writers'that make'immediate all--i'
time : the nt- And
Taylor : sentiments hi ei'a: : De1 { yn persons
of a steamship line until within thepast disclosinghis on the.slAveryquestion. ,) J t ;N eVnansvjileJEast
name ; whatever Having demands'
the The have
within country awards r proprietors already against the said 1 P
Messrs. Newton, Howard & Co. The N. Y. Tribune calls it "exquin Florida, the tnnepresthbedbyiaw,:or entered :
unto 41
year. for. articles' tatel1erthinithptjl
:arrangements fromalmost
built the Crescent City, which proved, on her site fooling" and a "mnn vre" and is evidently ;,this" notice mU ;"be> .plead. in' Q" of.,pheir.1':6 rcvery erery/writer; of distinction in the United the tica ed'a the '1 directs, ., ,cf'thinotice

trial trip, that she was probably the fleetest disinclined to believe it; And,, ,I' *''! i< ot". -f' ({'Ii '"L174', States'of, which they;offer what they claim'to will'be,plead fnT ar of their'recoTer1 1 ? ltM
notice '
and that the distance between Jierebygiren.-iotallrcreditora f .
afloat t I i '
: '
steamship t be fruits n rA. H HENDEBSOF; 1 sJ?*
aery.respectablenret in the *s.Qt.'numberm. ;
flew York and New Orleans could be run in WASHINGTON, Nor.28, 1.B48. 'legateesj.and,.persons entitled' toT distribution' ,. ., .All.. m. +, ., -t?(ft< p' d\ TampaDeb.2,1S48' \'f ,I.1t.. -'." .
less than seven days, and in advance of the Governor Brown, member of the House of that their hnS1rill be'barred unless exhibited .i "i.,. .'.l.t _. *. ." /":;"- ,3.,,1.k6
u :
mail The steamship Falcon has also been placed Representatives from Mississippi, .wjthin two; years, from thisdate; 'to''{" w 1' '. .t :: QJ! q ,) oy ."1tBfpr :.

on the line, and others are being built.- to-day, and since his arrival has received a letter 'torsorth authorized" .agent. ,r ,, bitA. speoial feature for the'present;rolnme will ., "SHERIFfS i_ \t*(' ; :-'*; i

This is a new era in the communication with from Natchez, relative to the present opin .' (Signed) BENNETT,'M.8ASFL. ..D'in.T. be the i publication of< Original Novel the -e.p'f a Wr i ol FLJaissued?out of :|;

J New Orleans, and its success has awakenednew ions of Gen. Taylor on the slavery question, 3PYLS.Dec. manuscript,of*which nbas::hem ;purchased, for r" i J itVourt .for;."Dural .Couiity, I Jlw
JI attention to the subject. The rapidity of from which I am permitted to make the follow 16,;t 848. sw H .:' '. the purpo .ilThelipublication.;of 'This' novel }lTexpose tojpublic 'sale,in front pf the Court

I the passages of the Crescent City is still a matter ing extract; : will commence in the third'number,'and.will in House: in tin Towii of Jacksonville on the vfirst

surprise and gratulation. But since the NATCHEZ, Nor.35, 1848. Brought I' to. Jail- <4i' f:: .1. no case be extended into tke..rueceeding'}even MdayorDecemberrext, between the hours
successful issue of this route, the question has Hon. A. G. Brown-Dear Sir j As all parties HAVE committed to the jail of Duval.county though large,number of extra pages have, to of Bait"'on that. day} pn.Hundred Head otQtUM 3

arisen, can the route be further shortened, and concede that Gen. Taylor is elected'President, ,a colored man who says that his be printed to bring it to a conclusion before ai'd,1; 'Cottoni Takeitstheperty4 1 -.

accomplished in less time ? I hasten to inform you that ,be has thrown. off !name is ROBERT, and that he belongsto the, bse of the volume.. .., 'r... ". Arthur B rney, to.satisfy an execution m favor,
,, It is well known that the project of a ship all guise, and conceals no opinion. Mr Cornelius Barns of South,Carolina. 1.---- rwm. B.Ross THOMAS*. LEDtrTTHOct28.1848. ,:- '"!

;J, canal, to cut off the long and dangerous circumnavigation S. S. Boyd, whom you know to be radical on The man is of a dark yellow complexion, ,t remI11usf., t: ;-; 6t Sh rUrD.cJJ' ,

i; of the Peninsula of Florida, has the slavery question, and who often says that about five feet seven inches'in height, and apparently the following splendid Engravings suitable ,The above sale is.postponed until' j the

I 1 been talked of ever since the acquisition of & phens'position is absurd, called Bingham and twenty five years of age. The.owner for;:Parlor Ornaments, have, been engraved first Monday in January, 1849. -' e

Florida. Within a few years, several railroad myself one side yesterday,and told us that ihe will please come forward, pay charges, and ah expense of more than $1000, and are offered '.Dec.9, 184 ,1m' {
i ii routes have been suggested, terminating on had that day spent some hours with Gen. Tay.. take him awayi '. JOSEPH AVBARBEE. --
i as Premiums in connection with the .
.. different points and water-courses, and in the lor, and that he was right on all the points, 1 >(,. 'J' ., Jailor Duval Co. price of either: picture la of.itself Magazine.The S3. .L' .ONDON.PORTER .uU).SCOTCR.ALE-
iI year 1845, a survey was made across the Peninsula and, without speaking of the territories, the Jacksonville, Dec. 16th, 184g..uLtf" ;: '1For,ale by rAi.Dec. MRRFDs
I from the St. Johns River to the Gulf, by old gentleman distinctly and earnestly declared A large liJtoleJength Portrait of GeiKZfttii i: raT, .9. w-, .tfcvyCoHnty '::_,; I

Capt. Llake. of the United States TopographicalEngineer that when the North attempted to interfere 825 REWARD1- ." !',I' Represented,, resting.onhis wiwr :bore'Old J
*, uuder the authority of Govern with the slave ques ion, he was for drawing the : ." je "'J".f" 'Whit j;' Engraved on steel,1n Hezzotinto,' by Tax Collector's Salsj"TT7ILL

ment. word and throwing away the scabbard WILL; ?. paid by J, ,Sartain, from Dagu'e'rrebtypesiaken''from; be sold on the 1st Monday bfJsnua> .

As these ocean steamers are enabled, even About this, Boyd says there is no mistake, me for the',return bt life expressly5 for this plate? Site i 'of the work exnrynext, 1849, between the hours of 10 .

with the circumnavigation of the peninsula of and he does not hesitate to pronounce Old ___ ; my MAR-E,, stoltn exclusive" 'of the. margin. ,24 by16inches.1. and 2 o'clock, the following Florida, which requires a circuit of nearly one Zack"$ perfectly sound. Of all this you may t' f f from my Father's stable Group"' of Portraits l> -i.-w of.thc li'i;.W u1 n..c.tP.1l'If 'ttr-' FafIJ Jtf Land, containing aores, OT u much thereof

thousand miles, to compete successfully with rest assured. What change other influencesmay in this" place, 'on Y. as will satisfy the tax ,due, for.the year 1845. ,
: the Hoe by railroad and steamboats, upon make in his mind, I cannot say; vut'his p the night of:the.25th Including en ATashington;'Lady'Washington, including all costs and charges,'"Said lanils arif

i the most direct land route, it is self-evident Southern friends, who hear him talk on the of October last. She Eleanor Parke CnstisnXJe6rgetsWashingion: situated: -on the Wakasassa jSi W'J: gection, i

that if the distance to be traversed by them subject, say he is not the man:to give up an gpt is a dark, brown.or Parke Custis, fjandL'Washingtqn's,'favorite'Ser T.12,'K.J6, ,'and paid'.tq belong to'spe' Ed -

could be lessened,their length of passage would opinion deliberately formed. .i. black,about fourteen van Engraved; in Mezzotintb on steely 'by J. mund'Scbrl1'erj I no -re dejll of this State," ,

t 11 be shortened by that amount. A canal or rail. "He will go.with the free States on the tariff and a half handrhigh]five years old, handsomely Sartain'fromtheroriginalby.'Savage.-,p uiThe .above;Iand ;4iii'b'sold at'the. Com
|!| wad across the northern part of the Florida and internal improvement questions'and with made, small ,handsome- head, eyes Ipr tru. exclusive of margin, 24 by 16 inches. *" ;1' House 'of Levy (: ;*T: (the hoUse of Mart .

i peninsula would seem to afford the only pros. the slave States on the Free Soil quest on; ding, fine neck legs'small: sinewy,:and'a Remember;'our Premiums are'not:from: 'old VAndr,d. .l-- .: ,. ,' 'n,', ii
I pect of thus shortening the distance A canal "Yours truly, F. L.'ULAIBORKE. small'Tiandsome .foot,j mane and: tail long,and reomovtWagdzine' 'plates;?vat worth the'posi t ; -GEORGEThLaxAss ;
is, for many reasons impracticable, or, at all Gen. Quitman, the Mr. Boyd bove mention flowing 9when the was. stolen. Shehas: a blent tage on their transmission,!is'the'case with I Itbebffersof > T ssor,&'Collector.ofLeyjCo.

It; events in comparison with a railroad, does not ed, and other Southern gentlemen,. I hear it. .ish in her right eye, by which,. with the above ain'ifUniw; 'S me'others.' The Proprietors' of i r t. Nov iUbu iith 11 1848. ,':. _.-._ =_._- i_,il -
intend in all instances
offer advantages commensurate with the in stated, entertain the -opinion that the South description she may be readily recognized by Magazine' '. l.-
creased expense. A railroad then, which should take the extreme ground on" the slavery anyone.who is acquainted with horses. ,'When a'prpinise ismadej to'produce*-ri&' I lJerri Co iatJ'Taxi (itfr iiSJ.TITILL ..

should enable these steamers to connect at question, and then compromise. They are Tor .1 OSCAB'HABT.JacksonvilleDec16,1848. thing, of real merit arid nine ; ; BB8OLDonthe:, first Jllondayia : .

each end and avoid the circumnavigation of extending slavery to Calioruiasndew Mexico ,. _. '8 *-> r < tf. i"uJK-. w"(aJHmBi 4.4 nft.' -. t, ." h'NJauarynext(1849: ( ,); between.->.then,
Ui ;
---- Ours li.10 2.,o'clodc.
: that.duarter
the reef, is the desideratum. The first question and an on ,i t
compromising by yielding the right to One of the and of the a
to be.flofrod is, can nart/ors bp found at the termini i slate representation in Congress.Afr. INDIA :iEUBBER :qSTUART'S ,. mlQESl.F r ale copy S 'I t1. of the South West -
:i; Premium d rr j? 1H.0' / $3 00 1' ; ;
on the Gulf and Atlantic < $ cibn2 D1fl3kIP 1; i
having sufficient Claiborne who 4Mo"REED.. t .t ,the, t
writes ,
the above is Francis of and -
depth of water to admit steamers of that class? Lee Claiborne,, brother of the former, distinguished .D. ." ,9'. ', .. ,.1 _'l, 1". : .I,jfI t r Two r.the.,.r-r copies Premiums'" thOMagaZ.1Ue I;.*a tft- 11. one-1"1'-. 01" *:3';- '"0 I I' Northwest:Quarter' ,of the :JoTthwestQr *
The next point is, the length, and feasibility of ,- ,. ..U of Section t6WnshipiefiangYi9, BoutJiandTEost i
member of that name, and a Five copies of the Magazine and one of ::0
const ruction,.considered in reference to the distauce of the Southern school. "Mr. Sugar House, Syrup; .Buckwheat : the containing,,80 acres,.or as much M
Bingham th4)lTeJJUUQlSAA\\ Mag..ijn win'saiisfy
saved. With these data B d. Albert ( OPYLO : .. .the. ,taxes dueonthesameforthe :
we can forma named in the letter, has been a candidate 'for .! peachr. ;v.inal, exfratotheAent. .4)OSbmle'CODl .
correct conclusion in reference to the practical Congress on several occasions and and for sale bv A.- M. REED..,!I &) t..1 ).c..U 1.: ) "L'. 'fI 25 .. present year ((1848,) with.1l.,.eosth and expen.scsac .

I importance and bearing of any such }Iroposelruute. the earliest supporters of Gen., .Taylor was Jfor ampng.the Dec:9.r, "., :;A' .: itt.i: ; ;;j ---gTh. f ---- --' .. rmugfor-.. -. .-adyrtsin- .- gJ, e -same. The t .
3 .money must ompany eaolrorderNo abore named lands situate in
; are Levy
;1S eountji
Presidency bo also in t4Mr. ;' -H'i
We will yr. caed to discuss the topographical is regard Boyd.lie [PRA'GtJFS.HiSTbRYbV! THE.FJWRHJA lettfcrs ken'fiGm:the post-office unless the1 on the Wlthlacooche.a short distance above the i i
a distinguished orator"
Taylor Stump in ... postage istpaidit'3 1'jsJi J? '1. ."'I >'l .JOCOE' .t -n>ilAddresT ellk o'W'p1 i calleil Fort Cliiicn ;
view of the matter fly :i look at the map of Mississippi one of the most eminent lawyers WAR- For sale by A. M.WILLbe REED. ., )kjid owned
the Uhitvd SStatfS, it will be seen ihat, com- of that State. .i ..Deo.-Q. ; ", '1 U'j:, ,_ f' ; JOHNSARTA1N&CO.," anddaimed'bynames Lynehy and buMby ti ti f
tienciug from a point due cost from New Orleans The letter-writers ,here who have Third e'et/bpposit Mprehdnta'Exchange'Dec. ttJS.lands, dnless-there..1 fe' been-lands re1cently'purchased } .

) thy Peninsula and its reefs extend south- come over from Cass to Taylor, may endeavor recently : .SI00' :RJWi.ABDtj': ,: :,;, :.: .16, 1848. ," .. Philadelphia. "*-. .-t. ,*, adjoInUlgThe above 1a1i f

rly alwut fimr hundred jnile., the circuit of to throw cold water on Air. Claiborne's letter, ;given for.the apprehension' of Datal: ll l fTd C.Uect.4 8d r'iB will be sold at the Court House of Lery'tountr''' ; .'4 It t l
which i is, ofcourst.: out of the direct line north- and express also, doubts as to its autftefittcity B'HARDINj who escaped from ; at the house of-Mary.-V'Andrews. ; 4 Jf' < -: i t t

*rlv.:occasioning a lo&s nearly one thousand or if admitted to be authentic, to the "relia.,. the'Jail in.Duval.county, on .the night /of the :virtue* of the'power*,Tested in me'byldwvsi 'I.L'tA.1t, tL GEORGE H.JTRESPER.Ai ; ;:: f.
miles. Upou the Atlantic side, in about latitude b'Hity which should be placed, upon it.] .T he 3d January last, where,.he.was confined on' > snail'expose for'sale'-before the C ii C 3 -TaxiAisessor&, :rrCo..- >- U!
313 and little north of the latitude of conviction for and iS&id ; House door in the Town of Jacksonville,: dn'fhefirst'Monday JTor. 1ftki14L :ps ;!-
name of the gentleman to whom it isaddressed Burglary Larceny. : 11
Kew Orleans, is found the harbor of St. Mary is a sufficient guaranty for its authenticity, Hardin is about 3j)>'years old, about 5 feet10 in March next,((1849}"between tHI .' ".! :. I )
usual hours of sale. the Uen.nCouuty .1e 'jJfBale., ,. 'r :
ninety miles south Savannah inches rather but sallow following described *
having a depth the the high, light complected Tir '
names,of other gentlemen involved are r'80 Lt-\ : ii >- '
thirteen feet on the bar at its lowest tides, equallyentLled to. consideration, so.far as,the hair light, or sandiedL small,;'dnll;muddy blue .'PrOpert1l- mitch tliereofa&will Txajr,the1 I to in" front of ihe'Court, ;'t

wj some twenty three at high tides. This is views of Gen Taylor to them are concerned- eyes, downcastlpok, lips thin.andcloselycom-; ; State Taxes due thereon for.j.itf-the:Tww7i leJJ.r.l84Slto, II Housedoor''ofBentqn: County/on the.first : J;
,t latter than Charleston and equal or superior so emphatically expressed, ,and sa particularly pressed, beard thin and Mattering. He carried wit'I' \ x 1 iiond"ay'in'pecember next, '* touril l
to Stwu.Lh. uud is amply sufficient to admit repeated by these his ardent personal and off two egro s'wi 'him'when he escaped frpin That" body of Land situated'on he's 1 osniet1iefo1lowing\ property, tOWit:> :On.
ean steamers. O n the opposite side upon the Southern friends and advocates., I conceive political Jail; since.which'tbi1e i 'h( hM.bWnroajtnipg; at, ; R M leading to'St .Augustine-in\Secl ii,37;} forty.':acre tract' ,of, land,, lying JH.Township .Ii J

I' Gulf; in a south-easterly direction, is found the this to be one. ,of the,most important letters large,committing.oilier.."'crimes, ,t,Tbe, above: ::Township 4, Range 28 ,South zud E. known" twentyjj .ange nineteen,! the South::Ea t Quar.ttofthScutliEaatQuartepofSecj !t

"tfbor Cedar Keys, where it is believed, which has been given to the public since the reward will be paid by>the/undersigned''RI. his'... as the Davis 'Iaoeand J purporting to>belong_ ; .to".' thirtyfire. -, : t
sufficient depth of water exists i for a similarImMhtaj. appearance of that to Captain Allison., JL d 1iv 'Y'to the Sheriff.of Duval County?::: David-H.Burr., containing. 500 acres; .1 1 Taken in" xeutiOnasj.lepropertyo:.
t __ __ __ t li" t" wj.i.1. .t. ji
i '
.fiii j; f rA ? t- i OLIVER"WOOD. r 'Tr"rT'1ll "* : : w -_, '- A.jA'CANOVA'iTax :- ;Cyprantion T. Jenkins .,to" satisfy ,sundry !
'"' UULLLUU UVIU fc, 4.U.UJJ Uacuul" -------- s 4:: ;execu
r '
'the Atlantic to Cedar Keys, on the Gulf is iNo.24.4: OSCAR HART, ? :. ,.' M. :REEJ !JJ 1 Collector Duval Bounty;, issued'ffomrthB''drcuit Court 'in Benton .Jt
about f !(1(1PHIL'IP I Dec. 4th1S4. --t. ( ;:* :De9.-3 m' :1 County, in:lavor of George Hancock and other,.
one hundred and forty five miles ; and THOMAS LEDWim C.P.: .. _I' ., : t
t. t---r .n < 7 -"
I Reprieves under the. gallows are generally '' : i ? ; .j 1 H ( ,
the COitRtf. J'1A. :
distance of Cedar Keys from New Orleans, cox : ; -- ., .,, NFM.-MOODYJ '
about three hundred and seventy five miles; hailed'with satisfaction, and'the':Same may be :..ACJJacksonville:: A.. ':) "O: & .Daral County Tax IJelleclor.8a1.w : ";;. .u' ; R- Sheriff JBenton County.J 4 j'-\'

t hile the distance of St. Marys from K tW York said of .. :: : Deft,',?;::1848;;; .:i i1 I I B y rfu r't t o'Wer. st (iiJ, l l* ,JI t iNo'" 11th. 1848..: '. .. /'?tT.V. :.. .
I is not over eight hundred miles thus t :I have levied upon:'and snail expose fort : ; : 7 I
giving a
I ; WISTAR'S'iLSPI O1IRR'1which : 'H
,. .. L Ji4''or'Sal'I
before'the Court-Hbuse door t
I runt,practicable of ouly thirteen hundred SHERIF.'S.'S.AT'E'-: sat V inthe JPown'of ; : j ;
"Is from New York, to New Orleans, and beyond a doubt has (reprieved j many ': ; :. .t : hQ-: : : &k8on 111,ion the'first''Monday in.'MarcK. 1 I: _} goffer: forsale two"tracts'' i d ; V }

touch less by some hundreds of miles, than from almost equally sure deaths by lung complaints B "rirtue of-'writ''WFi. '1A'iithi&fiiVcf/ Inext, ((1849)) the following landSjFdrid. much j i..: which .was pUTxhai dsfrDm"JndI M; 1li i

ny practicable travelling land route. Mr.: Fowle, who. deals in the Article > the(' Circuit Cqurt for Duval Couri yrl! !f thereof t' S"m.t pay't1. .. .'..Stat&Tae....ll .".,.,...ufl dti e..1Ieidth.....} i-- Bowden.1IiCtlitedon'L e'Georgej'aDd'consisti' flpfthne Ii
toubcthln4troiiV '
will expose of thk Court 'fo' year 10.8 'V17: ;.h1f dre and'fiftrafres/mow 'It. .
The 1
next consideration is, the feasibility of largely, sends us the following note.whiii he- 6f'Jacksfevillee6ti orr1nd situated s uBk ," "' '
t. znehute. House.ln'.the Town the first i 2.000 acres on N rand piheflani'-lfammock-wit. u",7a Je'. ora ge' .Ji '
and the cost outs construction has just received, in'the:way ofhis business Monday of'Dece}Wr'ri .between the hoursof i'j.r .atUotnibgthnds r J M gr41TI if ther w.spi1ie1X __-d frOWIUI w '" f; .ie1iejIt1O4
l'pou this iKrint it is only necessary to say that i iale-'oh ( : !jHVustbn' ipMticuia *b ndar eS'triib l.i I dJ : \
tae (Chronotype.. : : : -. t'dayae4ln. negro anan i : r.jMtUat n'e II III' t
by larger the late portion Lieut.of the Blake route of has the been surveyed JiusBtTEGHVCMjiy'.5; 1847. slave,named GEORGE. 1&n'l18? '%j M eT> ;!jP purporting t belong gandifo'rd. Hdunes? < umy I I tracfoa ta,Stl.3 hh's'RiveKand>' msifif I. t
Topographi- .tb4rt :
: .t'k" 1.
*i */ *'J* i ty of John E.Saunders,toT satisfy an.executionin AOOVAfib two hundred n 1tit7fot *i
|*Engineer, and ascertained by him to be of Mr. S. W.row1e-DearSir,; lam nearly out favor of Orloff'Ml Dormant.J:-J ,-* [ }:- t\.t 1tlhr x.Collector'Duval County-' indpineiand. -- .' "f ... ia'! !,

the fU1 and exceedingly cheap construction, AS of the Balsam of Wild Cherry..<;: You may forward lAnniOr lvT THOMAS LEDVZXH,,{*H Dec..4th r' 1848. _.Dec93-. ,. iJm1dfiri11:be 'off i sale'i* 1. )I
route _
traverses t *" fjff.Dnral to H.i-.I f. '
principally an open pineconntry Oct.28 1S48. aiv6heriff D. C. 1: Public Auction althe"Court Hoase at
if :please twofor ilife d zeas'm .l (J.wcf"n Jackson'second.MondayJn
you r ..
level of' :
very and intersected with .
no Collector's
Count .Tax .
"U ? 8ole.iTTY VUl _
':' March AD -
: The above sale j i* postponed until the : .
--- able Better satisfaction here J7 -* I ;
water courses and with abundance Themedicinegives in "
'n *- t ,Thtue'of the powfewtldinmeby law moss' lO
," .1 | 4o <
) 1t
timber quat'1. .l{ tcA4 i (
along the Hue suitable for its thai i
onretion. .- pulmonary .complaints } any .other thatl. [AJ and for ,
> .. 1m iMyetlevjexi upon hftU'exposB I.'W' Zf. 3"t 'ir:' i1
Pendges.ready The whole for operation routE,with it is all believed its *pi, I have kept."" .I. have. tried it .rithlerCd'i5; t.: 4,-: ,..,' ,..,:.t W)9'rTt_'T)i 1.1''i'r., ,.,'-.".-.rJ i 111. .I"V.r't ![sale,before th'eCouViHousedoorln'theTowriofaatksonTill " 'UN'
ou1d faction myself liarin .tl\een troubled .! -8 p rl't"Hf.fh"' ; ; t..IBIstratOr"8 :
not ,
cost over two millions,if laid with a upon ; 'i I .m : :nextHl849); ).betweeri tHe-usualrhours'cit'Afe- Notice }
Aea1J l' rail with a severe. cough for mothsnQ, year, and ,, 4LL.paop' here' *",1f' v to 1o- th.-v. .fol1oindescribetftplcVer71ther l br i i1' ,- c1i ', ; interested in e si a;; :
.t e l'i fl next examine the probable time having profusenight* %M 'sjf eats* f.0)the.J.M .JDonth. !23. !passupramyjand butbeQadbeteCIZ, Jljing.fe.Jhe.E4StofiBisbeyg .| ckWrillaiand -. :;."1fl satisfy'the'8tat j'4 i i' A1 l>iiwtr' Ui1it 'Jo ii! fnieri'j >r>afe'JterrTjjr T--i2Liji '-koU. : t
tithin 1rhlch the distance between New York ,! ." !Ithereon for the 7 184ii I.L4.t rJ. P. \'i-3t1, .Js\d 'f'"
t> '
I had triedmaterial >opttlarciTenii>4lwrT7ithout tle. y12Mtll e\ crbyqjitigdowntjU1r "
IIid Kew Orleans could be traversed such a rjW9 | -J ., 1 1The 1t'pJrl of>that'cartain"! 't of'land aiaAl. 'm m "UU.TOU herEWf

to*. The distance from New York by y sea tq beaefiW-at; length Fitrf&WItaT'8' 'gringpndmoviig di Jf1J 1f 1 fattu" tea on the Kinjr's:Road-leMbff'td SL"3l4-f .niit- -.. ,_t....fa- _..ftw,1tcm31ufg'Of.Pib teir. i
luT71 h J lllc UStW route for Balsam of Wild Cherry, and'before:J Ijafliash-| : ', ayde1hccgO1AW.4.II .I1t.qr..., ,.1J. 'JItl.- ry'i, Ga.vknown as the Piles Place,'Co aiiiji" .!!1 &i d ?MSh1aCO121 ''for':a'.'final'. settleiNewjBttffipTgle > -'

J? seven hundred and fifty miles;'St.Marysmt ed the first 'bottled loUd' trlr *'Wer )H.h'i) a 'n :000 screz'id rji rtintob long t PiMPi1es 1 and di 9" .Lfio the, lUUlet'J
Jk1i;* ;l. ;1it"f ] fif ); ffli said -
about ninety 'miles from ,Savannah. bottleshave.WPOughVa'care.' 41-frh ; i.Ib" WI .l' f.t 1A. :C4NqYAu .i of State dshaU pra disxtt stI -

n Sa Cherokee has with ease made her voyage Yours, respectfully Jfl. JI'.U i J' C p. Llit.o '.i.fJ it44O1trthLS 1I'Yj,1 ..t.(y. torDlrf i1ty.l\tf tbeL1iOSUWsECKINGaAdi'. .

ta e. naah in sixty'hours,'and could readily ; .:.' ijr". 'ff EUUBBARD. .J : .,.. ; #. the # i- ; : : L- -
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0IIrs. By-voyage the railroad to St. Marys in sixty-fire' lB.. ea1.'B1T"I'TSon'the r."l''f ..' :. ,, ,, P ft."J..t.11Ji.i.t,),. :: Absynthj7p;,'idn p Cit-. ;'.qYi(' ;.i1i='atx ::1 GSTPILLETijM1iOotDdi ff'"
route proposed 1'1brri For sale who d retail byLJ i. { J roD Curran;.i'reservcclThnge, '; sbS4., : i tJ ctW1Di. fATi'o im' 1il dw-
on the Atlantic, ,. : : Sa ijnti. Ot.h qaiMe OV1'is !:
across Florida/'to and ObStCr f4i .1. ..tJ.I.forSlif'tietGrri1
.. lit .HO'l'1.nla, '' C : / .eJ_ of At 8lte Corf Z
Ee76, oa the Gulf distance of one > A. 0; Q 0"1)\4 i. c 1 im ::"am\ nmhe .1t1aIhaTel ee of
htdred and forty-five miles, five hours would .. .1. : 'ii ;':1)Jic"iSo 11ii1 E.F; ?t. Paste 1irs, ,Refined u* < -"Idquorice' ,,'&
lundr' elleron the Gulf and thC thr e "' /' *-* G )f"; : .
,AdL.Y druggisi generally 4hrouglpnt .. .. ftT'i ---T --- '
and ieventye miles to New Orleans . frft. -r( r..f. ,,><- -mf vi. -tijI' 4 .f ii .vTTTV pTir3t nexV(1849)( ) between-tie tJBOftl houreofeale (
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toilUbe 1'1Q1 in th rty-five hours, thus giving United. States, ,' > UJf t.1lfH trtljJo1. y ; 'r f.tttlli) .l1' :NOLtIceOJ bi jj!l ,. ,'3$.Bcrea of Land-or sracfe thereof f: c ii .
Ie d1'1.and.fife hours or about four da jILl iA traRMSDBROAIBEBtlul8>?leaged..eI !iu Cdlttt xlB1aid ;f6the' I': '!-A"l c: :teNBER.,. 1'' .

the rn time from New New.. 1'11 ',:O.IT'ip. 'r11 I HWnouseformerly! Mr.HatchoniiuirHarftaqldf >yi8b dflbwrt4tS4 . ,.. .J'f-): -7., ..VIL I:2,..(..l
Ded.1&c } l't .
vn be and, including"all 'detentions:, '(leis .: 'Died" 'in'tuis place-* -r/,')J ti mo ijj ( y-:* 2;} Boaedipgccommodato ofP cit Bioh. Bu 1"burg.Qnek b 'VtiW--d, } .ua_ .'.-." 4"l:'.t-:.'. .
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peed,- &' .. \ .," ...l .w t."Tilthw M patrGaiJe hhDtl8a4" .i.w1 to ,.HW' lM8tlt. fI' Wf.J c- ,
intlT map. : .
IIOrtnQa beiug1nieds13age Cityaged33Years. "; c .. i&t & ; :}._..... .Jt" .. ?," .,., 1. No f..9 41
Of F' .tno'.d".twiD..h-ltQ.w f tl1 f4i 1 Ati "
ren dall. I #! this i' t1i1 thim li
\y. lier competiiiohfout DeparOd n lil1i'sO r r ,' 6a 11 i ; tablei M. tfK; J OObUt74 iSEPH'iW.. : hf
111rtfjtw : JiU FtTCM
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113 route entirely Of : 6U1'IthW ,
theduestion i l&hI
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.in' ex 'with t! '''' '.J '. l"'t,_ -, tr7, :i if' :: .,1)., & f'jf' j.H :, .. ". 1 1cAv1xaTatAhebecI b4PiAUMXRclLUT .
n the advantage' 1f1DDI4ETON'- "
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o1y two : "" : "I' 1 > -:wU1ibO lf4t Jtmaes.ottbosa teIomhinkropo :t-lr-. ; ; W.. am .mn8stoN'.. .. .
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co nicnc 0/- '" u. Mop :::1 ""WIll toejire .
trat11lnIP:0.J 1. '.dcau1ibs d aiid safeiy,of G' vv i"i t;---4* < cuge 44OP1Ob P f'I : sili'Sia'XJioH' ( f\f. Q :., .3'JUW! .", pucIr.Jog. .' with despatch -
; 'Wuw ensure or I j Gum, ofupciioj quMitr.forCale fo&i "" i 1'j"t.. 9ilM'1.llh f. r .t.4
.rout'When' estibliied. ajJali the 'pi 9. .\- ( : ll ; V'VT' 1 M&le., B.P"J Dec.2, is .: dt.$1 ft. :, .adst ., 1i b
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; I :;t',-? --h 'Pn'rTw4ory; .J ; 1 4tVfJ SAflSAPAaILLk.Tbis : mending'it:to the public..M. .'. -

r(1h: 0 'R L ,D B I R T : ,, ."..'',>. H..:. :L.. -.'--... '" ) '."4CNo ''t{. Eztrat.Is pit iipta' quart bottles-It Is .< D. 0 ORE'COT:of Grincfit'I. \ Ifat
: szx4tsnzcsheaer, leasanter, and warranted suJi' banyME 18441 ,
t.rt i ,:; A VALUABLE SCIENTIFIC WORE,trPON 'allowed 5OCedftrCet-, ;, I ; t New-Yprte.<; r' o i..'.t, ,n., *.,*, : :?*;;cur.e*-disea8"estrlthouikurgingt T MOTHERS AND; JI..a1. :
rt.ll::10; JECT OF GESTATION AID C lLD- & Officce 253 sickening rfeWtfflthejpa 'This
. ... Edract.oISonaporiJlah'
.ttj: )L WEISSELHOFF M. D LATE < J''f' -LmmaH d11IJm8(m "mmm '
j* ; t. nanlarticular1yadted fora7 / jy prepared preference to feWr
;f Jl J : JUST PUBLISHED IN NEW YoRK'BT, THE .t" .t.l.r J" : -pp31 ,) i E' ::F,4t 'I'4J\rf,, >"ffrmJLJtK"HrrA77 afpnrtfJVif*. .*.' ;No feiua1ewhobaareaontopreaching :

:?'H--: > WORK contains recently. v the spacious FIVE STOBYJWABE- ",. t''beauty and Buperibriiy:of this raf that critia1peri4 IUptqeJa
THIS trklJ Occupy
''' L' S thet_
)1iti|t. upon a subject of the the 1 OveraII Vremedies is. fm.In Should negl to take tfBA..
.by his HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR BTBEET,- WHOLB it II h b&
, importance to Married Persons or sending of which devoted 'to exhibition and I sale aft If t.t.'L..t-S.1toea.e''" -,) it, *invigorates. ..'the* : :tentivefor; any,.of the I auawc SjyJ[
..rt : j templating Marriage. It will be wAa/etfr, of the Suiglertrtlch oC t.19hit.J> lnt.. .i ..uuUVt": 'm1S1UDntlon-. ,CUnuJ diseases, which females are .n ITL *
:-1 cial those whose means, health there : ,. ,cl anso end,itr. nthe 1e :otlitti., ThiaJperi ..

,' ":", circumstances, do not permit them to 'P R1tNLTETi dLCOE. ., vr ,_$4A.consumption can be cured' 'aeTeral1ear1 uzingthilessyaluable may ., 1I
or I medicinL
H -' e 1 '
'.-i?' .". the number of their family, without 'genuine .;Their,present,!Stock;consists Ofnear17: briochit1sconswnpUon,I ,liver,complaint, .fo ; hon,1rho; are ilttllit
Vi t4.:., convenience suffering, or perhaps copies, and One Thousand Packages.. ''?o1ds j conghs. catarrh asthma, spitting -'- womanhood,.as it 1.1 ca1eulated.t.Q aaiiit -

3 .-i A method "avoiding these troubles n>0rfM,w, Embracing-eome- ,THOUSANDS different- I of.bTo6aflorene3S in the'chest') by quickening.the>and invi
*-r?*'.*.I gers &*wm, (recently discovered by a of the copy patterns and colorings,' tind'comprising everything hectic flush; night sweats,diffiJtillcult system.. Indeed,this medicine u Lai It tv..

;jj;:"'. ; ted French Physician,) is fully and cheats ,--desirable the line, FOREIGN' -. ; ". ; of profuse eipec- all the diseases to which women, _

."<.i! -.. in this work/so that any person may .. This .DOMESTIC., -' ',,' "? ,|J:, 'J ,5: .".toration. 'and pain' It braces the whole system are'nbk' Ifo
*';lclr;: self of it at once without purchasing no other All'of which" are offered:for sale for cash or. in the side,&C.'. ently the -naturaLenerglis..47
{$;:,* Btrumeni, medicine, or other article, above; it is satisfactory: credit",at;the 1,0 WESTPRICES,' 'have/and impurities ,of the body-not so far Iti
:'t '.t: I. author. The means of prevention the can be the .to
' Thou by J fr '' 'it' ., system as produce
:;:lt forth cost comparatively nothing, and with '. PIECE OR PACKAGfE.New :.cured.. tion,,which is the case aubaequQin. iIIlOc
; : in the reach of all. The is new : :fPr: there : olmostmed1cilei.
process received'almost ably never was a remedy that has for female weakness if
Styles are- every day -
. ;: j':<: fallible, convenient, simple, and been'so successful in desperate of !. DISEASE OF
consumption THE
3m and of them ,for. sales .
are Vup our. own
many go in .
jtft:, the health of the most delicate. "as this it cleanses 'and strengihehs ihesystem TUBE
and not to be'fo 1d elsewhere. ; DROPSY! OcA.I
jiV i *! curtail matrimonial privileges in the and' to heal the ulcers the -
from / appears on NEW.YOXK
Printed lists
.L' ofprkescorrectcd: ;: {Juh
) MORALLY day to day, with every variation in the market, lungs;and the patients'gradunl1y regain their DL ToymsD'Dear:8ir: : M-.u.%1841 A.If
..:); The object of this work can be ,el." are placed in the hands of buyers. usual health and strength. been afflicted with disease cube hat .

.\r.,: of the highest utility, and sustained the United 'Merchants will be,'able to form some idea of CURIOUS:CASE OF- CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fifteen 14

.-I. soundest principles of prudence, i at the the'extent'and variety'6four, assortments'trhen is scarcely a day passes but there are the greater part of the tine. mae.heei J I'.c.

N' omy and virtue. It shows how a : below,to :we state, that the value of our usual stock of number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breathand .
&nU .
'i" :! effect may be produced scientifically 18 before this ONE AKTtcLK, is'at least twice'the Value of cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The tering the heart> which has 'been.U76. :

:.!T,*. ;'I': out injury to the constitution, which occupa the'entire stock.of dry;'goods usually'' kept by following was recently deceived: tressing, and has trequentI1fem'.1IJ1ahItto ,1
(: p 'v- attempt accomplish by the most under our largest wholesale'jobbers. ,.This .fact' to- DB TOW'SEUD-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. ruptured.
:; 11 T'I',. reprehensible means. The object Act to pro- Igetherwith thefactthat6ur; r means'';and, bur three years I ,have been afflicted with general and severe She botM .1mnH _.'tlJ___ .
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"'f.j'd.."'' I _means__ Dew tn the_ world.. ___ The___, _means_n__ .Settlement instead* or A.Deingamaca, among. ,a.vast r.1attention debility, and nervous consniiiptionof; the last 1 Sttch case wlth- little benefit; iS??
4 ?:';; 1i-i:38ii: scientific, right I ula._of Flori- variety'articles t, are devoted wholly to/ONES stage,and did not expect to ever gain'my health had, taken but three bottles of, your !

), .r,: sensible people as a discovery in who were will render the advantages which'.we can offer, atalli ;After'going through a course of medi- medicine she was entirely relieved of the S2.
: the highest consequence to public ct amenda to dealers perfectly.'obvious;and it.'shall be cineunder the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart and the rupture has ahacS

4h:..f happiness. I 1844, and our care that hone.who visit bur' bishthent1shall :regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. **
' rY::! THE INSTINCT OF under said meet with any disnppolDtment.Onr ''" Board Health in New York and .elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy :TTM

-tto 4 Love, and the desire for union and .ssortment is complete at'all 'seasons of, and. spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen.. We had ro idea thataheClQij'UJ
-.', sexes will be indulged t&lk of ; to reside on the year. LEE, JUDSpN & LEE.P. to regain my health,And after read. be so benefited, as she had such a mpUCatiea
1':.:: may. Without marriage, we have, in ( Town- S.-B.:F. LEE, formerly of the firm of ing in somepaper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- diseases. But it has,as strange Ii illDa

;.Xti-; ; tries, debasement of one sex and the and East of Lord &Lees, and late senior partner of the original ; ved to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her.of the dropsy. IUla?., 1i

:;;.".i 'f; al indulgence of the other; with of 1842, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con done me great good, and called to see yon at that this statement is so strange as to ntm i

', !. ;' the unrestrained indulgence of the of said Act nection he withdrew some time agb,'has resumed your office;
: .'., stinct,very often suffering and business in' connection with -Messrs.Lee & most heartily thank you for your advice.' I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly,,&5

';, ; : : most fearful character. Who, then, on Thurs- Judson, and assures his friends that,the'new taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be wed brercr BAMe
.\U;I. ; to man (a free agent) the right to concern: shall have the same'pre.eminenceln able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we han be a.1! :Jis }

-. -r : to regulate the instinct of nature? nday, 23d this branch of trade, which formerly distin four months, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account they are at men u Btha
. ;. ". guished the other two houses to whieh he be and your continue my healtkIt call at my house and have ocular demt :

.r: J YOUNG HARRIED Thursday longed.. June 25, 1847. 2y helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours respectfully ;. t1t.
,&b.t: Young Married People whose knew CHARLES
: \r; not yet established, will find in this Thurs ,STATE OF FLORIDA I.. Orange'Essex Co.N.J.. Aug 2,1847. ,,
:q: : '. tar to interest them deeply,and on MONROE COUNTY. State oJ New Jersey, Essez Covntyj ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY.No

'b--. : -;; the highest value, which they should Novem- Benjamin- Megin, 1 ., Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on fluid or medidine has ever been dlsmq1 tat

;'J ;:5.; any account, be ignorant of. Hundreds : In his.oath saith,. that the foregoing statement is ed which BO nearly resembles the gartriej kf
::) : ,'.' ried People now advanced in life,have Thomas TsTyior, Philip f Chancery. true,according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing and streagtlauf

'f .;r the author that if they had possessed Thursday, Sawyer,and James Filor. J belief. CHAS. QULMBY. I the organs digestion as this prepantia'if ri'n

: ;;t f. treasure in early life, it would have Jan I T appearing to' me by affidavit that Thomas Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sargaparilla. It positively cures every'cut if
'I': more than half the suffering and 1st ,Taylor and Phi1i 'Sawyer,defendants in the the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or ehronie. .
:,,:1r':;,: t. they have since endured. : bill filed'in ''the above'C use-reside" out of the Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPABTMEHT, ALBArrrSiay 1841 Fi

I.t.;,t., UNHAPPY WIVES. Monday, State of Florida and that the said Thomas Taylor D*. TowxsEND5ir.: 1 have been iffiittrf a

,tc', ; '.: Unhappy Wives who feel that their resides in Europe, and that the said Philip 'TWO CHILDREN SA YED. for several years with dispepsia it..em
: on
r.:4" ; condition and health totally unfit Sawyer'resides.. in the State of Mississippi; Very few families indeed-in fact.we have form,attended with sourness of ItoJDada.'w

;!c.&..:i come the mothers of a numerous 14th : It is Ordered, That 'defendants: appear not heard of one-that used Dr..Tow sel1d's appetite, extreme heartburn, and a-grat 01b

:,t1" -.':': who reasonably ftar that each period and answer the said bill, otherwise. it.shall be Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and for''ab

..:\ ., :, finement will terminate their March 10 taken pro confesso.' summer, while those that did not sickened and what I could eat) I have been unable to'rdiia rt"Iito
tj.i; : hail the discovery of this certain It further Ordered That copy of this Order died. The certificate ,publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. I tried til F

. ; :. lief with unbounded joy. Let all and be published in some newspaper printed in evidence of its value and is only another usual' remedies, but they had but little rsi If.c
r t'tunato; and unhappy wives lose no the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month instance : are request
t-i '. taming this important work. It will be and wit- for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas DK.TOWNSERD-Dear Sir: Ihad .two children ed, about two months since to try your Extnei JJ

Xr;;'; : :- a precious boon through life and their Taylor, and once a week for ,four months in cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer. of Sarsaparilla, and I must say with little.

t" an early and premature death. prove printed in reference to the said Philip Sawyer. complaint and dysentery one was only 15 fidence; but after using nearly two bottl I A.Il
: ;' JOS.'B. LANCASTER, months old and the other ,3 years. They were found my appetite restored and the heartlui
.;. :1HEREDITARY\ ..:'.. Judge So. Circuit of Florida. very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, and I would earnestly n ,.

.. : Scrofula Consumption, Insanity, Tuos.'F.KING. Sol for Compl't. die; they'were given up by two respectable commend the use of it to those who:laVibra

..x., ;,' Disease of the Heart and other Treasury. Key West, February, 1848; 9m physicians.: When the'doctor informed us that afflicted. I have been. Yours, to.-- r x Ak

,:, plaints capable of transmission from nl. We must dose, hem we resolved to try your w.W. 'YAN ZANTPnrchaeuoue ;.

:;,:I to child afflict many worthy people, Jir'S. ', 'HOLMES ,& :CQJ'AJ1ESSRS. '., Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had N..B; -Diii ca*qrI
:''... { same time are as capable of enjoying '-1 ,little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised I pen that hide the bottle completely fat tfi

; ':, ', in the marriage state as their more assorted HOLMES & CO.. have 'nOTed ,.that worthless: but we are Tery the written signature ofS.P.TOWKSZK1X.; :>
)\.r: fellow beings. Shall such persons iLi their stock of Merchandize to the large thankful that we did, font undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 126 Fulton-st.SnaBtf&f, "

':.; !;:: from marriage on this account, or l51 Goods building! formerly occupied bj the United.States, the lives both. (,write this ,that others maybe N.Y.; Redding & co. 8 State-st. Boston;Dyttt t

.:::; ,I. mtrry and give birth to a feeble ; knbwix.'as1 the,Government Building.. They induced,to-use it. .Yours;respectfully, & sons, 132 North Second-st. Philndtlpiii; I

'1.'.;,4: tined to a life suffering oran early c.'jvi t have added to their stock, by the late arrivals JOHN, WILSON,Jr.Myrtleavenue S.,fiance, druggist, Baltimore; !Ihirol 't.CI.

.i: '; I Th answer to such serious questions from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods. Brooklyn, Sept.15,1847. Richmond; P. M.: Cohen, ('harltlto1fWrip -

-'.;;t:: found in the work hero recommended.- ; ; Groceries, Hardware, :Provisions, &c, &cl v. LUNATIC A YSL UM. &co. 151 Chartres-st. New Orleans r 105S
: EARLY MARRIAGES. Tongues;. which hey are 'prepared to; sell at reducedprices. James Cummings,Esq. one of Assistants Albany; R Van Buck irk.292'wr. i! (

;i' r.l Early Marriages are strongly ;: ". .-' = in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell'slsland.isthe Market and Broad-sts.Newark, N.l.ud\1 ]

':',1; 2 philosophers and writers upon social Beans They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants gaen j ,I

:. ti. : cal subjects. Early Marriages beyond ; Hides;and other produce' of the country,'at the > 'P HE uMATrSM. throughout the United States,West ladies ui

!;- '1' tion tend to promote virtue and highest MaVket rates t'and make'cash'advanceson This is only One of more-than four thousand the Canadas. A., M. BEEDAgtxt Fiends

":t r"' and with the power of regulating the Coffee; consignments to their friends in.Savannah cases5 of rheumatism'that DrYTownsend's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville'

1f!?'r tive functions, made known in this ... .. ,and, Charleston, or New York.;> : *- has cured-The 'most severe and February, 1848. ly.
.\1 : be freely entered into without fear of Pulverised They have a new article '\7rought Iron chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -

:''::;:: responsibilities which cannot be ..I ,. Ploughs-to whichthey would respectfully- virtues :'. ,* MEDICAL NOTICE!

/'. OVER POPULATION OF THE ,Turpen i the attention of Planters. --' 'BLACKWELI/S ISLAND,Sept.14,1847.

.t1.i'. Over Population of the Earth may f.-'i' .I Jacksonville: ,'r'Nov. 6,'-1846.- tf DR." TOWNSESD-Dear'Sir: I have suffered Drs., Baldwin & :Byrot,

.. :::4o be apprehended. The calculations of Champagne TYPE FOUNDRY terribly for'nine years with the rheumatism; associated themselvts in tiepne-
or :' and the wild fears of Robert Dale considerable of the time I could not eat,sleep HAVING of Medicine respectfully.tiM!
&c. 59. Gold,corner "Ann street 'N. York. work I had the most ,
I like rendered baseless by the or ; distressing pains,and their services to the, Public ..inthe"Tlrioubranches
U communicated to the world. ('Th. .' ds-, riiJUJti; subscribers have taken.the'Type'FounJL I my limbs were terribly swollen. 'I'have used of their profession., Oa. or botk
and Taffeta :"dry]'and will'continue.the business four bottles of and have
lately your Sarsaparilla they
his accidents in this
..< man over respect, may at any time be: cousu1tedatlseP. :
'f ;), is here esta.b Ths wisdom of ,, ., l .conducted by Robert 1J r:1; e'1.will attendtoall'Ord i done me more than. one thousand, dollars worth heretofore.occupied by Dr.JBaldwin.
rs they'may receive with of lam- mnchbetter.."'Indeed I
unbleach'd punctuality :
4 4' ., such control, none who give the ; : good- so am Jacksonvillt. October..25th, 1848.
!.iJ i meat's consideration can doubt. .Lawn; and dispatch All the ,Type manufactured by : entirelyrelieved are at liberty to'Tise
':. HONESTY OF THE bar Muslins; them will be Hand,'Cast; tod they'will.furnish i this for the benefiubf the afflicted. i The,subscriber requests those'who sn idtbted
: all kinds of rintirs"Mattrials.of the best Yours J s-cumI1NGS.
; ; qnal- ,respectfully, to him to call and settle,their medial
,?" : 17. There is no deception or humb ;;, :;ity. :AIr J,A. T. Overeat,is still 'employed in COULD'"NOTWALZThatDrTowniend's the above, rendexs H 5'
S(..ot.t.. f. : any kind about this work it is < for pants, .supeti .t *dirig'the,manufacturing department. > Saraiparilla the very cessary for him to-close his old accounts.A. .
its title indicates, a scientific : ') > : Proprietors of newspapers who have not.'.advertised best remedy ifor.female complaints thereisno S..BALDWJX.Ocl28

?!1- taining information of great value,to : ,in steel :'for'the' subscribers'who may publish disputing; thousands and thousands of 1848. -U' .

people, or those contemplating "- 't :this notice for three months, will be entitled to weak and..debilitated females that were prostrated -
pressed in plain Ia.nguagewhich: all Razors; 'receive"pay: in type,. purchasing ,five times by those k dismes: 'to'
stand with no unnecessary words put : Spoons,I the amount of their bill for1 advertising.i subject were soon .in the enjoyment of robust -.
ly to swell the number of its Old .
5-u pages. ; .. 7.' i ; Type,taken exchange.for neat q cts. health., 'f ANDBOWLING
story is told and the means of acc per th. *, I ALLEY.
; -" '" "ff 1 .f/fO'! : .. 4New YPRK: : Sept 23. 1847.
the objects of the work fully and fai rp.ots.Kei. Jo'The w.i h.whi h the *; : '
Tjpe "NEWS"isprinted 4
", '' DR; TowNSEND Dear,Sir: My wife has JCor : Subscriber has,, recently', purchi
I. en, 80 that the reader may avail .7' was castatthia! establishment,- THE
'I. 4.- I the last year been' verysick\ and iii'a1 greatly fitted u'pas a Billiard Sal cm sad
.t once, without purchasing any medicine Flasks. : WHITJG&'TAYL'QR: ; .
; reduced states of health7' reduced
t. : 'being by a Bar,Boom formerly
: spacious premises
;;1;. mentor other article, from the Tin Wari, .1 ..Successors to.Robert Taylor.. I: of such females ,
variety complaints and
I as are liablq ned occupied by
1J by Government Jl
; .i of which it ,
)1.;,!; also means be: reUcd.upon protection, without.fear of ChUc n', ,Pcbrua7.i9i1s'48, ;, : :" "." ..., : I> ,.:, 'J" to;r8hO got so bad at length
.: ment or injury. ; ;'t Tf < '! Iy Unable oalndwa a.sli ip1essasachild; Bowling AUey'co nctwithbisa., N5 ?
Medi .. : : she commenced Jte&srville
.t .'1 t t {h .. uSlngJyour Sarpar1l1aand ment, and, at present, the only one in
!if'PHYSICI.AN8 PROFESSORS !The .A Ametrieon tVct/inidfTwiB. Olanaflictui. ,ahejnijaediately.began..tb regain-her strength, ; which will be open tb the Public rdayfnext

r! j CLERGYMEN ...Ii'. ; ..f'1 iii", {r.i"wIDS Empuuy, H ,1.1'" !her comp1aint.ljt! I er,',and,after takuig,eeveral ,:the 23d>.October., .Aa bs has,becfl> "
'In all parts of the country have' !-TI.' f\VM.1 STONE,!AdBST/ lrlt; i -, : bottles she/is restored., ::Being singular: great trouble and expense to afford this pettiof
"U'Z i1" testimony strongly in favor of the ; ?Ii. 't. ( I No. 56 Commercial Street Boston.'Mass. !'caseTthbughtll mlght'dtf'goodto publish it" :nea\thy"recreation,he tr1 s his..exerbof
li this work and the nature of the J ; : I She S t ftnumber' ofremediesTthatddneherjnogoodtir.evion8ly. will bo rew rded. .. ,' .
o' ? We annex a few of these recommen ti .; i f ; IQ FFEBS FOR SALE-Seine ofwffle. for : ; j j- i YoursrespectfuUy,? ., ":.JoCi&x.willays; : :.keep,*a;:law *"
fiI.m.V -- ; and Cure, I orl'lij11UilliUfJ'. #)[ \i Ucre I T JOHN MULLEN..87 Norfolk.t. choicestlLIQUORs; and HAVA gQ *
4I t NBW-YO&K Sept 13, ":,:l..t 1&,. & I itht;; ..,J"-1 ft- .
othe crptions--c9 uu topein & &0.- rr" \ )
B D DB. R. WElSuLHoF-Dear.8if:. ( ; '. 't- t. .. i.iidie confident no ,
' : have n. question whatever'that the' ',pag 28: fAlso'1ot 1UIScripbos'4fNts ild Fi8hi1i'Beii aM'Sezesni.tlc ..t. I t b1! i2r t? :"Tu.e 'Il m .I: found. -with" him. .in.this. particular." ". ., .t-
m cents.-j th and&c4PiOji ': 7 CJ.11l.
! ommended in work, i .t'aORE1471.JpEMALEt'Ml1DICINH. JOHN
4 your on ; ith utbn': .f' et." hit .. '
;,Vti accomplish the objects intended cOna *. '*->i .V" "fliJ tt 7[ Scaiibs bt1 -oi'Stbie / jDKJ-FotssNn'g- 811liMtUi-t1iiS i ts AAfpij : Jjscksonvffle.pct:2ii848. JOALCINED
; $2.
nnl : reference to physiological principles al : ,(: aiJp' 1f:11dli '. ? eif s.' j and,speedytcnre forincipient consumption,'and
i : iIziluling- PLASTgR.Pn
ip I have also the happiness to know ,
; &! Abt ;hey.will please liam'e.feifch"d', pthvand.size ofnesfei ifpr the generaj>1P pODiPC.tJ1cr"1st nq
1f kJ i!' stood.the test practical experiment : Sio, for all, in:, hqid? | '? rttersHfainq'romptly (matter. wjieHe lJUie|r4ejultof; ,Jnhqwn; cause, cqGaINS &.COofPhade1di 1'
I, ; Yours ,R. LE DO '
truly, C4JCUa"
: ; and.Womfc ) ansfwered' or;an8eS pluce4y1aityWnesao. r,., tinut \to"manufacture. "
liif ; Professor of Midrctfery ze of ,bv'ernre I l Boston,Mas&'Sep': 71S48mHT03m: t accident. *riifiasa r 1 ; tkj -( '- PLASTER thehitesVand .1-,
' .tt ,_ nit --c--- j: tJli ; J rpringthan its of tcaskpej !
., ,or .l1 il i that pan be produced,,at the low rate
Skf .- !EYo -August, head" to' ,. :IB. MoHrbetCircHitr cotrn-r) oraUn Offectsp 'tehumn.fame.,.,Per- : jherreL/Jfreshly' put up in t
: ''
rornt Dx. Hi LWsissdnork-Sir The" itl the sir-: ?4 t B1'At tlIi'JFLo1\JPA!1f.t.'i \ \ onsa1I weakness ana:iassuuae, irom uuung'it 6hipping.conditition.- : -. .. .'
P4t I fect of such information as "rJ '.1?WuM : bX 1;i.':;-} C11 :''f.NP it once become robust' and full fenergjriinaer 1A ,:8TEBE07'YP E..PU8TE!- .,
; :
I believe to be.decidodlv,salutary.. ,- 'a i>f thd ,' $...<. .. II. t< t;tBift'q' 'frtd 4)Q1J li t, iinflu Blt7immediteJy :counteracts:the I t'LA,1DJ/lA8TEB at89 ctier

;$"fJ: of man to'control the animal instincts ,'l07. : .'ir'j .l ThM1IItpfJtving''P 1IJ) 1' l'OfC,.!. ,.y,),f1,!; i bervelessness i ;oXthe: efiame/,which is thereL1 :,!'Direct.orders to the proprietors:at* **!c
!_ .
J-n uiseo( liIY.Off?
think the work will be > ** T J Iii.p..ppnness.t. .
; questioned ,.I -ff vn.Tft L ***4* tvf-* MI '. JOHNCAVBNNAUGB7,
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tf doing much good. Rev.B F.CBO : }1" f tJ1'OiWttj ;I ',_' beenmaae me that.the7vDefendantinthe i t !tfwilfh t b ipeeed.otiaj-: cases? 1 19 thi1Lj;-. ..' 'pcooois&co-: I
A t1QI ,L -Billfiledlnthaabove.. lelicate A nature to exhibit certificates'Of -,' ,Pbiladelphi ?5bc1.21zs4s -;
; 'j I" :[: i.-4 .| ii j : resides, of'Uw rStiite' c ret -.y < : "
. I. r :f | .Noi 8 Stanley Park, iP ':ffi.' ber use bf.Otd rodITJi,0\1& yrr 'of,Florida* it IsIrIib1M er fi>nnedjbutTwe can assize theafflictedihat : ,. _:., _- '311\\ ; .
WzissBUiQrrrrSir ThC \ hundreds of cases have been niaithpthk
r DKJ : / pr reported,to .
,privates lc1 lUll obtatMondxjfMaxtad Ldi1fn1stratrsx Ne ke,.:..
t- ,i Chemistry, applied to,, h.e) ) i4' i fo rc ; : 1;coin-, that'lrth api .iJl'f t' 'if g'b1 q1ii ti4' ., M-uljdeb ec1 toeE4ei '
:H the procreative funcUousra ; d iUl i d.1U1I"fti1 ge fi. ; .P ..
: \ & 'N.u Bill, .r said dayy'ihQ same) uiiid&Hb' d 1 : ,1
irork on Child.nirth-op &;satisfy.* 1. 'p :'h JI JAIo68 "Alau"t
f the bt'1JIiiU s'i -
1af n.-Idadi i"yiien1
Informed that the object of that I ., ; t" and havingknowncweihereyourisJje1teg *equted i ois 1'orj'I.c ke'i
person "
the ;
114iI. n e y/tf th&brder b publiabed,in Borne !" .<" '
tion could bt; ivttainfcd. wthi\:wM$ ; \.., ; Cr .. t
without public nfewspapwfpf this Btateflb>:the' offre8tnOathlil I .J fl '1 :
( certaiDt..aDcJ, ,8&tetl. f,, -',. ; ft'wiUi'' crifed. : ? c8 Ji YI pao b'tlOD
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2L, ;. f &Ucitorfor Complainant, ., lmcI a CfI ,.. ,.t..JlJ. ., .. ..i'nv..I\vaf-j .
Copiil tkii work will clt 4:u a I ;ffl lhWt 1 m.AI" 1 '
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