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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
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March 3, 1849
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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 )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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advertisement* mast be paid for IfflfR4. order for a day which has since clapseJ the State f6 6ne4. .I. Jne. snnual turpentine and, tar but ..the land is!I a'.t tLiipltice bylnelexiDjt '
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.errioD.unleS. by t,egu.r customer. By referrinew ; I believe it was made the special expenses of this live oak'system' is several scarcely.*,fit for cultivation, ilt shOUld since our jou departure sr operatonsv9f7tie from,the, Gulf of.CiUiforiiU squadixf. -

O-JT term*,the requisff e sum may be ascertained order for the 8th of January, but was thonsafaJ"dollars* nnd'il is all in j ne separated therefore-'from the other Ndthlngmaterial*$a occurred; Jinc oV' fi/t q

ttfatmtnitled wtth the-advertiset..ent. not called op, doubtless some sufficient the contiol* & the;Secretary of the KaTJ | public lands and should,be treated iis'a d lie/ 'Desertions'are -ltd'freqaent, -tfc irOa 4

fly A8eTdement at* roarlwd with the natnbeiafintertioni reas n. If I can obtain assistance Tjier agents fetda higher salary !-distinct: class. Bdf, ;a' this. bill will bnlagloa; but one ban-a nee b r arrival hers, ;
required will be continued until forbid of the gentleman from Florida, and the i han, the {Savernor, pfmyState, and;the take"*"*its'*-p.Jace.uppn.the/l; >cl C5lenJ.Jr atii behind- general ilI, think;*.bat the.that Uupoaitioatadwerj Es ;iainofcap 4
any owing
and charged for. assistance of the other gentlemen interested same salary .as .your federal judges 1fc bill introduced by the Senator-fitmi cy of$'th'c' se 6hvwnicn'Vof a while Wthjnqlene.nVuit'so .-' ,,
fire&*fc Will be ehtrgM for.til announce. Ihere ahd'itbe Sta'le judg.-s: of the Illinois for ptta'd the
:f in the reduction and graduation the-graduation fthe price dfggiug'an'd washing1 Wr'g td 'excVft
*ran of eandid far ofhe*. of the price of public lands, I think we :highest court. They ire of rid u s 6 tb, ;of tttepiiblic land 'if"iliaf f enefSlfavi' {JyaUchpersoma'a:; .ftrecp1yplled'wf ) ;

One qutre.Debtors for St*and Months.Creditor t s l: tlQOOou 7 08AMJif shall be able ,to pass:a,bill tIroughthe: the public j I tnean their offices a>&nal..Amore shoiijd! pass, qf course;this :silliy4JJ: fall, good hoU4esjand awinter.; ] ta.e.nepessiiriesjiquwite.fyr eqmpaigu Jn.a.

$ for Letters of AdminUtratfon: .5 00rrAUiKf'IOUI Senate which will embrace all cases and 4 worthless and useless lawnev IBut 'srjould not vpassr then this/ bill ma't Jurdidg *vi-- t &f.tCoatmanderiincalei'U'.S.'N'avarFo'rce-"/?- gid4 6ut '

wm EtiM! will belnwfttd ntui.vjt.Y. give *satisfaction every portion of iHe, er passed Congress 'than ,tbl'e'oak' -ought be passed., I will-'merely say, gXld. ,-._.
: ) 'law iti addition yet daily::collectedJand'{ v < -* eLt
country. -. that the profess graduation .v;V ; p .
Mr. President think 'Fhe -Senator from MissquBentdn 'hrts been ses without some new discovery otbepecj
dmatUe personal communication willrrhirreJ tried in\MissjssTppj"under
:77 AH B :liiii % '. .- .. metal. more stertiingllwnuiywMiP *
..*dYeternen >* ?., ;, the object of-this resolution not exaetiy ,)-not now'in bi4 f ealha, s airaih, prqyisiqn.jn.tfielrejity witb ujj.rrva the.rhickasws js said that a.small p.irtyf; fiy'e or si* persoiw qpeit,
i: Mtbilli for Job printing must be paid on the understood by iriy friend from l IIHnoifl. andegainfidnounred it as a humbug and the fact has-beenestftbliah- a'fewd.&i pii't L tatruck upon"ij *?ffas.'thlc/ '-

J&!irrry of l the work! The measure which I propose i-Ietolclthe Senatemore, than once; that ed that no lands plT the UriitdStaie4; term certain deposhiesv front which,in twodayttUey ,- % ;

rrj All' romtnunSci .on mutt be addressed toAtJOCiTM doe not connect itself with the'general every cubic: foot of live -p k got in this Have ever yielded so much as those vcr havebe obtained $3&OOD4pure gold. bv> *'i
C. It.LiTT. p uage paid. would tl/e/ TJnited.iStates r\i livicg onA8ho e.ftiSan-Fran iiCp ; :t
withdraw lands
graduation system. wish to way cost a cubic ry "thus graduaiedto theirmini- now'two weekx, nnd l*aye had*upl oportuni.
Es Senate---- -- iC-the- United------States.- it from the policy adopted with ..respectto foot' fi Tver. 'I have, since'I I have mum price ; and no portion- of the ty JI ix for*:* examining'J C" *- the*subject- ;-j and am*. more. ,thai*; J

JANUARY 24-th 1849. the public, lands .generallyt because been in Congress,:tried to get this live- country with Which I nm acquainted tersatisfied- the'disposal otth'e gold r&.
Florida of oak ; nbQjKhed and have takfh iiasbeen Ions in the territory of California Uthie bes iT
these pine lands are an en- .sysiein so rapidly settled as this.; I
ifnot the
PINE LANDS IN FLORIDA. only pr.vctical.disposition.lfeat
l rEly .differ en t description "from other occasion to state beforethatits.only effect consider*that this constitutes 'satisfac made cttIicmirfthqprn-tij4organjze! state
The following resolution, submitted l lauds' to which the general l pbMcy of the ,ivai 'the giving the Secretary of tory pioof! of.ibe propriety adopting t&citv1h'er ;* ; *. *' : ; -

yesterday by Mr. YULE, came up for country applies. They are not agii- the Navy sdrne patronage for a few the policy generally. And upon this The.worst forebcxhnjrs'tif gvil consequent tipon -- :

onfidrralionRtithed : cultural lands. They are, as distinct pt'sons. The law should be repealed, subject I propose to'offer some extended -.the. want of certain,and:energeio ucJniihiijtMtion -

Thit the Committee on the Public from the general body of the public domain and the liveoak, plantation nud the reserves lernatkii when the'general bill ofjustio it\ this territory Br almost i it-
Lands inquire into the expediency of reducing cooies.up. ly Within ;the three List weeks Vt .
the present minumum price of the pine lauds and should be. made distinct m sold and turned' fnto cotton, or navecerfaih accounts of.fifteen, murders .Ja -i >*!
5a Florida. respect to the measures hdopied fir -stig-er, or rice plantations, or corn fields The resolution was adopted. one ittit. a4e an entirtf household,of ttn' persbtsarespectablo

Mr. YCLKE. Mr. President, I would their disposition, as the minilrig lands.- and. settled.' One citizen, with a market ranchero; his wife,two chiUi' n, ;

request the particular attention of the You separate the mining latuls from the t, is \vorih ten thpusanff acreaof live Prluftr1-*od Anlbor*. and Reed six,bad,servants.been .-Toe mail, whose camstw&a -

Committee on the Public Lands to this general body of the public domain, onk land i.n defence ..the; )cQunry.i .-' N. P. Willis, In the' Home Journal, thus lijs "during the' summer very,saccessfuUa,and had returned thc
subject. This resolution has reference .and fix their minimum price at Hesiidet', all these timber laws are niusahces elamto'bia right as one o( the brotherhood oflf borne; near Santa'Barbara, with a large amount p.

lo a cla.** of lands which may be rgar- $2.50 instead of the UMial nintuni ot IH'a"neiv country. The setters Faust-.. of gold. His house was surprised by ari'arcit'd

i of authorship, it would be as essential that a were barbarously murered.and the bouse rifled a
rfhoiild br classified separately from the price affixed to agricultural unileistand tiiem.. Thee laws .are young author.shoulJ.pass fl year as a compositor of its golden treasured The.perpetrators of this '
lands of the Union as to the price lands These lands deserve to made to null.fy horrid deed'are still *:
other ; pine your pre-ernption.iiws, in .a :printing'Office,- aa that A future"SCA at'Iarg'e ; of tn'c other Ve
.At which they Are to be sold. At the be treated with the same distinction, e>peciatly'Avlien, as some of the jive captain should make a voyage before the mast. cases, four: 'are highway"rooberiiij cotiimitted j *
minimum price of one dollar and a quarter because they are not agricultural lands. cwk and Urnber agents have .in past It is.not alone that he would thus learn theim- on persons returning with-gold from the mines. .'f
of : In a. word, :I may aaywith; truth that both .
portance properly preparing his -for persons'and. -
acre it will utterly impossible The difference in their value and prueis times took it upon theinaelvefe to prosecute copy
per insecure "
the printers, ;br a legible penmanship and a property are in Upper pal| '*
ever to sell them. They are lands not to be measured by the greater the settlers.for cutting'timber for Knowledge of the signs,'-marks'-and' abbretiations for ia at this time j; and I am sorry to add thc,

which are confined altogether to the less degree:of their fertility, acertuined *- fences,and for hi?- |ojz cabin and:Cables, by which proof;is corrected. 'These Tare in all cases outrage and violence, ai yetlli--

Southern Atlantic and Southwestein.States by the greater of less duration and for fire wood, though the law professes matters, acquaintance-- with which-, on' the,:, covered, emigrants frdnftht' itj States, di '

bordering on the Gulf of Mexico.I of time they may remain in the market to exempt the 'settlers from such part of the author->would saVe much tied; and ters banded from volunteers tbe runaway sailors/snd deser -
vexation and present serious blunders: The' army and navy,ai$believed to;be
believe thPy are found only in North as candidates for purchasers Thes* -annotttIc !' arri told the" expenses chief advantages would be to the author him-; the perpet ri. .''. j 1

Carolina, South Carolina,Georgia, Florida lands can never be used for agricultural paid at the I i reasury xvithin the last fifteen sell There .is no-such- effectual analysis';: A 'TheniutiniesatteiIedwjtb' thurderto1ici <

t Mtst'sippi and Louisiana. They ae: purposes, being fit only for glazing and years on account jof prosecutions style as> the process of type-setting. Ahe! confirmed alluded in my.letter No. 43, have been'fully -
not suited to agriculture, and can never the limited pioiuct.on of naval store of this chnrac.terfur costs and so forth, takes up -letter-by-letter, -of a long or complex- paused jcnuchj.naeasintss,and- without good reao -hiV-
the shippers
sentence, compositorbecnnee' critically .of/gold
be rendered profitable for agricultural and lumber. They have been reported to exiT.eed jif/y thousand dollarsJ! I have .aware of where the sentence might hare beenL from tbiS' oMt. ., ,- % p -r
purposes. They can only be made use Land Office pine lands, and a distinction 'procured some statements of the expenses shortened to aye his labor.- He -detects repetitions.1 "f b gnarl each and'every'vessel Siiiling Kenc>

fui at all, an element-of wealth to the has been made in the Department of this liv .thkeiri? and, so becomes impatient of redundancies, with large sums in gold dust, wotdreoue .,

country, for the purpose of stock-feed between the whole body of far as I know, (and i'think- I do kno\'r cognizes careless- inappropriate of'expletires is eyery 8hip the ottheia., 'ThestIh&VIcan, do
and ly Keep vessels oft his
lug, commuting wild ranges for the lands the prce of which is propo* something of jhe subjedt,) a more use admiring, value-soon on acquires clearness avhabit'and brevity.We putting. .-. much Ids possible, plying .between squadron,' the si i 5os a 4

rearing of stock, and in some instances, sed to be reduced by this resolution. less and unnecessary, .expense Js not .venture to say that it would alter the whole, most frequented' by our mercantile marinc! -
and to somr extent, for the production Some of them are so utterly made in this government; and, b-- character American literature-the authors, Enclosed is;a copy of* circular (No6.J Which .
of lumber and naval stores. It is be barren and valueless, although very side, the allowances are in some cases (of our fluent nation !) were-compelled, before: 1 have fri foundjJt.necessary; to issue:andma c

; Jiered that, if the minimum price be high lands, that the Department has' very extravagant. t>o', tooyour'penfcr- one legally year receiving to labor a at copy-right the compositor's, to have case.given We I I public dency,to preVent tte hope a,tna repetition i&miay bf bavesoneten such acts; s ;. j:k

reduced to a rate at which 'purchasers not considered them worth the expense al IMWS respecting the reierv tion' of have said nothing of the art of nice punctuation, has recently'occumd on board tHe*English

may be induced toronvert them to these surveying. Township lines only have the sixteenth.section ,in-each township which ako acquired in printing office, andby schooner IcMA. Amelia'. und th. Chilian bafqlle ..IWr'a

uses, the Southern and Southwestern been run over a large portion of the public of public lands for common schools, which A style is made as much more'tasteful I J' A :'- : : 'b
:recent arrival
States may be relieved from a large amount lands of Florida, on the ground that and donating it Jo tHe inhaoiiants: of as- champaigne by effervescing'' 'tBe Ad1ini'bad been from.taken C Jbn'rneymen Printers into.that vruj
unproductive lands, the public the area of country included withm the the'townships, irf 'of nti, benefit to us 1 in and intelligent necessarily: Jt is a ptrt, welliaitruotcd of- the mutincera'eight in number; promptly'ex port, ;. .*

treasury greatly benefited and the gen township lines is not worth the expense the South irr one-half of the townships.It a proof raider's duty to murlt'a "query against cuteov n "-,i ->-."4
end elements of the country's wealth of surveying is not; so in the Northwesternrand every piissage in u new book which he doe 'not .I bad receiveda{ request from the governor

largely increased It is probable that, It is because these lands are utterly Western States, where the lands are cie irly comprehend. Authors-who know what: of sulattlt Valparaiso' througiv. Moorheud, pur cotv '
is valuable.-- 'these portarre$ and safe
profit by quiet =eatimatej oi keep the A- .
at"the rate of fifty eenia per acre, a con valueless for.agricultural purposes (although more equable in quality and value thrin their meaning; and many a weak :point, that d lin.x, should 1 u* fortunate enough to'fall ir -.
siderable amount of these lands may be they would be valuable for the our lands are: In the South the best would hftve ruined a-literary-reputation, if left with her-'on the Mexioiu coast, wn'erV it wag j .

old. 1 would recommend that the trial raising of stock and the production of lands are in detached spots, or 'trncts uncorrected for the reviewers to handle has supposed the mutineers might take betf .

be made at that 'rate, and if it should naval stores) that I wish to separate on 'the -margins of rivers 'or-lakes,- and been noiselessly put right by a'proofreader j hive' 'flue" hQnsr" .tobe yo.ur obedient.servant

still be found too much, theprjce should them from the general graduation policy if the sixteenth- section happens to fall would unobtrusive rather uquT have thecriticism OC-mt books of the, indeed Workmen; we '!- Tuos.A.C.Joiu.0? !i

be yet reduced 1 hope the Committee which may or may not be adopted, in the pine barren region jt is val in the office where it wus printed than of the Pacific Ocean1. .

oa the Public Lauds will give the subject according as thi* general policy of Conjzress -, ue ; and if it falls on the good lands, reviewers who skim and pronounce upon'iti The Hon John Y Wason, Secryof tb<(:Kivjr.q9 4 !

their special attention.Mr. may incline. 'l'heselaudscallfor. and the settlements on the pine barrens, We tipeak with some little authority on this have JP..S; Since ttejibove.Jetter. was.writtea iw ,
JoHiNSO.M of Louisiana. Mr. of it settlement and'the1 subject; not only because- lather and grand Iktber acCounts p.f the town
as distinct measures legislation as prevents general of Sonoma' aridanb'thir itt the '
of our own were printers and vicinity,,. .
Fretfidvoi, I lliiulc the inquiry proposed the mining lands, or any lands not suited result is, in mum cases, in a' township editors before"us,'but-bcc.iuse we havc'ourself newspaper I Dce:25S4fcr: .. *_" vtpqm.r j,14

to be made by this resolution a very to agicultural{ purposes. where there is,a good sixteenth $section profited by the disciplitie'Of which we apeak:- 'AustrianrD<- :--:-- ---? ,,\ : _: v-iq "

proper ot IP, by it appears to me that us .Mr WESTCOTT. The remarks,of the.. there are few inhabitants., and where A' rebellion ugUhst Greek-and- Latinin bov-3* pln'ce tliroug'ont Eiirope r ii'fitorcf re4ctlor-bu.tiks1 aonarcBieai
should be extended lands there 'set'1emuts hQJt'WeL ; very sensibly met'by'the'putting of government bii
operation to honorable Senator trom Illinois, tiiir.Breese are thickly populated, ; t'thVsupporters of tliatTe -
io other States situated similarly to ,) with respect to the inexpediency the sixteenth cti n is worthless'.- not'leav ns towork it to the resume compositor's an education ease,,-and till,-we(after did, hachn rule are about to use their the victory with extreme .-

these Florida lauds. of special legislation on this subject With these special laws cstarfngv us iri' two year's practicewtf; could***set and distrib! and.taJay td their;forAConnteraction' -

Mr. YU-ES, (in hit seat.) I hare no for particular sections, and of the' \ facenacted. to onrpijejudice, it is" [ute'} like j jeurneymm: -Ourillbor was'-iipocr Tti re an'diiot perhapa'disCint'daj'.1'( measures,<,av ChIo scm. ''j
the .laws induces hardly denounce the religions'newspaper, the'Boston"Recorder., .lowing of Ibe .
objection to embodying suggestion inefficiency of general just to special legislation 'proolamatipn'J Priiice WmtfscK?

of the Senator from Louisiana m the me to make a few observations., In my made necessary by the peculiar and which we we well obtained remember the exclusive 4h grati&cutionKwih'privirepe'bYsetting : -0.-T u -f %,.V U. *. .. M U-tjUtt-kCro C-X'WIB,*

Jesoluuou.Mr judgment the great fault and error of character eft he pine lands in the South1ern from the 'ofUBWrsRichatd-; %! "fe comNixkon yUJi ,a y.similarrpredac d ..
H r ucd.f ni .
JOHNSON. We have land simiItrly our land system has' been and i ithe 'Stales, 1 do'smoire vv it h those Storrs, oeoftbe contributors-th. style; iso :ants'at, any period 6f hfstqryandeatVaol ;.

situated to these in Louisiana.e .- adherence to a general system of law who regard>theselands jn, my State memory nnd?invariably'' -emt itu*, ossd ?*'1 <9vr5ita" ) -

hate aho other lands, which have inapplicable to some of the sections pf utterly worihlqss exceptfor .stoc.krnnges. -; ,brief-and merit to,.the KQf.our.point.t.owni Vhatever style .of mayshavebenuthe i.writing-- An)4babatantwho (s takett'witB- wiatfett1ilA t -

.been'tn market for forty years, and the:Union where there:are public lands. I bplibVe another eneratio will! sin eye areconvineed that,life owe,at least its i ltfigP :!bMi diwiUhsiiami.1 ;

which can never be sold at a'dollar and Even as to the survey ano sale of thelands see.nine'tenthV. of it profitable, en lit- freedorn.from ;certain,4efect8tathe trnining'. &1the mntiibttatiorany pIaeshail'ill S o
tuent).five cents per acreL :ririoye to the same" rules. dp iio't work alike ," and-the'profiv'increased* / '- 'by1" \1c.vation artificial *< j I we;received:while' o.i smilI uirtp stand perched*: Lfrett4 urfluifA uitcj ; .: (
UDo'n two u.breviercaseJ!?
type-boxes *
Wend the inquiry contained in' .reoIuUoo in Iowa and Wisconsin and,in.Louisiana I, .. ,. -. : *. __f' ..- 4! '- '1.ces
to the lands in Louisiana that -and FWida. Nor will these laws I they cannot HOW be>o4! for.any .thing.' qL in: ,'or 1ill to ibem In nny I

.*re situated similarly to these Florida apply to California New lexicov .'- Most of ttbero.wJllf V u>t, brinff tencentp ,tHf course oj,theurday'last l'pc' antGcritiesofthe. iffeezt ,
t C "? ii SW s* >' f*< plac
J iidL' % hy; siir;'-ihe necessity'cff special legistlatidii an> acre for many- years. 1 heynre nol : 4t'qtocol,jhat Senator/ 'nd\.ezli: Benton.hi\d$ed; prc4djii the. h ad ihJ1 f

,.Mr.3&EEU.! Mr. President, for theUformgIlwiur jidapte.l'ip; tiie country has been worth the expensepf survey : and'nsjo ;whig Jleiid lld *tttujoa! ;*f

the Senator from.f Ion dawould admitted; $.by the repeated special laws all' that''can' be? t'Bold'*>' ,f*the-unceshoul' *' l ? be tqttbe fact in his fearless spepcb, whicb h, coneluded : :J'u(tittef'y&r1' **"Cowir* *"" Cnd -. 5 4riS&3W .
I- such character re4icd,>by. JftWi ft0 gefieralnetcun m th 7fpll6j ingboldi; nd jimpressivem.ivnner W Ek;*?
rtate, that, at the last session, you'havepaued0f pwj.1 .PArwpaper/qttotedin/ ,ourriVrdesEutsUo 5 l i
the Committee on the Public hanUVre- Your lawswith1 respecf to. the mineral :re chMie.uue; a: saysLouis Phinipp a riU nVre ?' 4
: lead The resolution amended read.' fj isone to wbom the Democratic patty owe .J Lou U9aptrt teiandite.JtCUmoVBarro 4 i
wn '
ported /general: bill, applying the lands on.LmkeUperlOr,7OUr mine ucbtho0wea mii Lmq iqLe 1ein.pcdiiL1paTty .' 3
Jwlp public domain, reducing anil.gra\ laws show ihw.. Vbu have now .011 Mr YuLz Iwa ;,- snanto ,whoiEthis I purity rT'Po'.1"uv'lRW'wnicniflBfl(his intentions! and his deslfe-noft
letting th prkes>ofthe: public ,lands, your table jspeciaLbilli, for California b&;amended'.if > >,fur. > -hej jV"iiL"'" la8i tUQTCbInrnyC.otbcr to occupy bimself.with politics LLCase he shall !
iudeftikeujieniliHi ot which bill:Hie"Qdji different fojo4f gQe ateus.- other StateSiwheresuch, ilandshall be in Jnhe :fepubljo.; .a1 to permitted u rti tVance. qi ;1 .ibe
conciliate.and to_ advancft wfcom,jayr*< axiety
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fotmd.V '
,tituated in Florida will be em bra- AuoYtir.ypu h aticlepaned lroiiii your vte tniMqu&te4ftT.t eb.
ce4.4 I 3'* -' 49ut"Iujqise .IIILUUy cue with respect to r; ft" ?ir1- iir ; ,
desires the-commit tee,lo resort ID parI1.1 &lf'4S iii tynich- there are puWic i athr-frmPlda- p ;; IisilqIeateame.. ; ta: prDitnit/t4 -
legislation) ir.2&t- lc'lr y*"* ,hVrfl1inudiiMi I.W-hIr.
in regard to tUu/public $, specIal
431' nu2hnwnuIdnntiaubirs
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expectea we ih iiilonI
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will eb1tofawe >ny (ajyUat Vjeet -St&its 9Ji1 tl if r tfa : < r

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!;'f'f! 4. The. Protocol once*more; Public eetIng.OCIaIceedlUis. : ro,,;, Lesesne and J.'AlCampbell participated.* -1 1 l""'h ud igrTIaUlfeftnCe'aU9: Vm9mj 4t ; .1

1 i:> .; -i V :.. TIi* Presidentts ge. "published! ? \ i: ; A\} Finallyj all obstructio&i to the original resolution 'as that attributed Bol! Ife'lM at die 'lass Ib' ) .*'

the Jionor andgood On Monday eight pnVorthe largest*nd most >were remoyCilrabd i they were adojpted ident P I alntaIns that:he' hu -never held!, OE" i. 1" 1I
J by us 'esterd"y.places .ap&ggKgg
: : respectable meetings ter,_assembled in Mobile ,unanimously, and with shouts of approbation .! but one:)language on this subject ; and that bus1 1 ;,t,111.
fftit> of the cavil. K *<>j5 iAf y. i
IVi1 : .1.. counlry'.beyon'd: met at the Courc-Houae"t respond to the "Ad. r A-\ .beenhisdeterminationijb.ftras he was concerned County in East Fl Ori

: Y ''v We therefore deem it, unnecessary, dress of the Southern Delegates in Congress to to maintain the line of the Missouri! boiihiW ei';:rarp 1h1i (d1I1. 3
the heir TILE NEWS.JACKSONV1LLMARCR Compromise. With that .and ,... .: &
t-t; : present to give placr to : two masterly .I Constituents -" \'lew intention t ; ,
; 'fttioppcnc i "St .
"he '
;' :2: \ letter of Mr.. Buchanan which; On motion of Gen. Thomas' Holland, J. E. haa considered the himself"precluded'from objecting : 1T ;_ ., 't --.I tJ,- -it' )E
to exclusion
of from territolry !,
1 Saunders was called the Chair. slavery
to ,PicuJat.knowa
Wr t: accompany the message-one 8ddres- Chamberlain North of that line; but he has alwall'tood'upon as' tti. :41J'
On motion of Col.B.BoyKt-n.JudgeH.
sedto the Mexican minister foreign; the mencement .
'if.i'r position thatno bill interfering with or termination of
Capt. James Crttwloni, and Chcrlea Le t ;.,
; :,': relation explaining the Senate's 'yOn excluding slavery South of it.coutd.eTer v ,
: nmendments Baron TTere chosen Vice.P eIdintiZ 5" l. l! and '
].f ,k .e receive his tion jmy rdf.d,. .. running dri said jJL
Inn become ,
or law with his ro
:fj::::. : to the treaty, and in conformity moticnof G. .. Lindsay, J.K.BlockerlL a .
Bftllen,TneT I&d"R7Br ; chosen Secretaries. assent.-This is::also hi.explicit ,lftDJtUa *-"inhismessage the:dividing: lirepfAlachuacountiesthence i1d 11
t f to which the Protocol was '-* were Dia 18
'c, 0: ; '. I
** rru"h ; ,, returning Oregon Bill with '
I.,. :' .. drawn up-the other, the letter of instructions ) -'., ,1849.: ,his signature. ..More than twenty Members of on said-line" west t ..1

' tel._,. .: to our commissioners, charged The stated meeting its being objects thus, und organized'the was .succeeded Chairman t" ,. ,.Congress: >re known to'have8called upon the I north, to range line-twehtMi '11!
{1 ;t; with the duty ,of having the treaty J. A. Campbell, who,after an impressive speech p : The, '. Pine.. Lands.. .. been President during with the" time this'question has : thence south! on said line, ,. to. the.b ..tI'ft
agitated, a view* to; ascertain his .t
amended ratified Mexican 1
ti.f" as by submitted the tbUowingKe' ;; $ohitipnais .e .- p'ub1ishupon: our:first, page some opinion upon iti; ind, ,they all maintain that dary line dividing Alachut'anS,'Mri
: government. From the official papers 1. Resolved, That we 'beirti1y approvethe, in their.interviews
i with
: : remarks made: 'Al has always ,
YDLEE ] counties-thence' '
by ; arid )
l (;, sent into Congress, the important fact conduct of the Sen9.tora'nnd Repreltntati'ellnCODgrel3S e1d.thii. position.,. I. am. Informed,. also, that along said 'line i.

tF! ': transpires, that a despatch from ourcommissioners of the Southern' States in'general,'and '.WESTCOTT. ,(upon, 'r'the subject reducing, an authoritative statement to this effect will where. :the>resent bolindaryir! rst ,:p
oftue State (Alabama in in
" ir'"t of..;.".. :. referring to this same adoption and o signature of the particular,"Address, of the the: ,the'price of hepinel'ds' ,of the Southern be published to-morrow morning.. Job n's. and, Marion coui--ties' .':- t'- i-_.

.'':":.4-1.' ; Protocol 1 was communicated to Congress Southern Delegates", to their .constituents of:. ,States., As the greater portion of thence northeasterly tiV:
.t :., J I last July I and that it has been the south. Easjt Florida Southern \ bIgs. along the prnD&

1:; : f. only now exhumed for the unavailing 2.; Resolved,' ,fhatwe fully concur' in the propriety :: consists of land utterly The following article fiom an influential boundary line, to Dunn's Late,' and, td
.:. : : of the and : -of the toue and the truth of the matter worthless'for purposes of ,wecartrhever'ex'pect from thence, along. the thread
,: : purpose defeating ,treaty surrendering l Northern 'a Whig of bj'1
' I of that Address-we agree that aggression has paper, we, commend r

.f lk::," ; i.' a rich and mighty empire on followed aggression, and encroachment encroachment "iti 'settlement, until to the serious attention, of those lakeandthe, St. John's "nW- --_, '1ft..'.\_* .I'r
: :. tbe PflCItII on tneaortnern Btates tome, measure, of the kind -- ----- w.- -
tnepartoi ,p ', recommended place of beginning.The .
;; : :.t : : The whole movement is a dead fail upon the rights,'the feelings, and the interests . these. is Southern citizens who pretend not to 1D'.7fl.
of the southern tI relative to the institution by gentlemen adopted by ,
' f;: ure. Mr. Stephens, Ajax-like, asked perceive any danger to Southern institutions flflliUd ,D'J
of slavery and that the time has arrived Congress A Across
powerful has tbe
, f/j '. for "light7' -and whets the Presidentunfolded for u pliua; aud explicit understanding between Ii from the repeated attacks of insula. .. Pea.- -C'
.', .; his mid solved been given, to the lumber trade of the .
: '' budget theth e different sections of this Confederacy as toe Northern incendiaries. '

- ,if .i 7 mystery, such a flood of "light," in means maintaining its peace and stability. St. Johns, by the establishment' of several Sleeping upona From the following article l in the N.Y. .. .

i i! .J:" ';, .1;I opinion of whigs and democrats, poured countenance 3. ,Resulted,given That in the'the encouragement Northern states and to new mills, and all that is necessary overwhelm volcano that even now threatens to Herald,. 'we are. >pj>yjq;P .celte .

r :; the Georgia member as to us, it is easy to stigmatizeas that the scheme
: upon of the
: the agitation on the subject slavery, through to secure'us prosperity is that the proposed rilrod V
: .t I! ,f. blind and render him powerless. It the churches organized societies, popular assemblies abstractions. the efforts of the'great for the construction of. ,

:t: :",:; : was a similar flood of light that overwhelmed the public press, and the legislatures l be sold for a reasonable'price, and Southern Statesmen 'who' seek which an act of .J3F

&H" *; : Mr. Botts, in his movemental of those State, have 'produced a widespreadienatioaln that the boundaries of government property to preserve incorporation was passed '*\:the hit

'fiff ;t', ..* on the collateral events -r the Mexican people from a the further hearts of connecLion a large portion with of those our i and private grants, be exactly de our constitution( iovio't-tte.- session of tbe General Assembly) ,it not ..

rlf'! t :*.;**.. war. Upon this signal discomfiture of ritales, and that, unless, its .continuance be obstructed fined., Whether the North considers her objects to be allowed to sleep. .A wealthy l "Ji. . :. Mr. Stephens, we have heard an excellent by the sober-minded and honest-of und efforts as abstractions, may be sociation of Northern ier

. .:,tf I bonmot of Mr. Haskell, the eccentric those States, ,it 'must inevitably render such The Administration. gathered from her own declarations.The capitalistfore: ;
:.;4:;'I 'I l :' yet humorous and plain.spoken alienation as natural as it will be universal. seeing the advantage which will accrue 1'1t
The has
:." That these: feelings of alienation .have baen country witnessed with astonishment SouthernVhigs occupy, no very to ht Gulf trade byuvoidihg
.: "original" Taylor from Tennesj lhepa
.vis strengthened'by the efforts made on behalf of the attacks honorable !'
?j:>4?!!:;. "; lee. He said that Mr. Stephens had those States to impose odious and unconstitutional made upon the or positionin the age around the'peninsula, 'have,ule ti t.t i

l.t.J ;.'! found a "mare's nest," but, unfortur restrictions upon the power of our citi Administration pon'the eve of its resigning foUowing article : the matter in hand and intend lo'farrr

''*:?*: '* nately for him, there was not a single California z to'euiigrate, and with)Meiieo their and property' that .to when Oregon we, the government. But themal-, [From the Oneida (N. Y.) Herald, Jan. 30-J} it o tin usleheine of_ magnincencevjing> IIi"

&KV: egg i in''it ice with which these THC WHIG SENTIMENT AT THE SOUTH. ? .4a
consider Those
that, in addition to those repeated were made can with the efforts
*$&.J,-Jt: Though the whole affair is "killed! I wrongs, menacing resolutions to abolish slavery : hardly be made recoil who have observed proceedings of the Southern -II of the great mail, steam Bo

;'::; '?' dead," and the President and the nation I in the District of Columbia have received to upon the proper Caucus cannot have failed to notice the companies of the day. The term'i ((9r Bo

oVC ;. ;? fully vindicated, we deem it proper to the sanction of a majority of Northern representatives heads. The individual who has become striking Mr/Calboun fact ,that have the failed ultra plans and positions the road will probably be the St. Marks

i;>?*:Ji ,;: put on record a specimen of the bitterS and that a large proportion of the so eminent for his is to receive the sup .
, ) ? same representatives deny that slaves are propertl I folly, not the port of a single Southern Whig. And to thu: River and Cedar Keys': 'i- "> "

,:1.c!: + : ness and* violence I with which the E x- under the Constitution of' the United : only guilty one who should suffer. fact, to the firm conservative course of Metcalfe PROPOSED LINE OF .STEAMSHIPS Aflfc 'w

'rS: = / / ; ecutive was assailed, before the facts States, and may be taken from their owners I II There is no doubt but that he and Underword of Ky, of Stephens, Berrien RAILROAD TO NEW OKLEAN8. IIi
??*' r' :. clime out, by his political' opponents. A without compensation large- portion of our I: is mere- Toombs] and King of(Ia, and of other prominent There 11
: people have concluded that the ly the representative of his Whig Senators and Representatives from are so many railroad and .!.\ .
! ::: be made of only alternative and 10't
? ? man'must stein stutfto stand party,
: companies projected from ,
".".' t. .;. left to them is un abolition 01'slanrl at the the slave States, is attributable the failure of day to day, that it t.
j. -i': 't," ;: op against such ceaseless I and inquisitorial demand of the North, or a total separation ot probably its meannesses and little the great scheme of nullification and disunion I really difficult to, remember theinaU. .';Wails- trIt

A tt. ; 06.- assailants ; and such a man has all further political connection with ,these: nesses. He is an example of a small which was contemplated by .the South Carolina examining into one,and speculating. pa'the beau
': '. State I leader. Had there been in the fits which will accrue from it to the .
:r. Mr. Polk proved himself under unanimity South
"c":.. < most trying situations. The many 4. Resolved, That the adoption by the State man forced into notoriety by the inflation ; ern Council, bad Whig Kentucky joined with I well the as to the stockholders, we'are, itartled 1cH:
following by announcement that
: Legislatures! of the principal of small things. Democratic South Carolina in this unholy another railraad, or 1'
non- crusade
lavehulding Having become
.Vyfe-'i :.' extract from Washington' I letter of I another line of ,steamships is aid
laws against the and of projected '
States, of framed with the view o; annull pence unity tbe country,
;fciP:; ;' :'; the!? 7th binary, in the Philadelphia ing i tin constitutional provision in reg rd to fugitive eminent for the treachery with whichhe and had the South'united as a body in a declaration I that while will in like flow manner indulging in the results ill

;r >, ."' ; : News, needs no answer ; for the official slave,the steady and increasing dims ids deserted the South, he wished to rights and resistance against tbe action it'is from week from to week it, UP'COIll"and month&n Ch.r." JThas
? overthrow the made made by thjse States for the uuuu ion of : of Congress in, cases where it did, ,not > Konti,
".f facts utterly become eminent and '
-1/ wanton for thus it will be until the 10tJ
.. slavery in the District) of Columbia-the declaration deserting the Uni square with Southern views, there can be no country wicUrs -
rlj|;, ;: 1;.'s- : charges : of New York that the limits of.Texas us on. After preventing the ofthe doubt, that the Union would have been in imminent cted with railroads; and we, have _fltttefsteamships 14:

;; r ;'j; The aspect of the' Executive u ury slave territory ought to be curtailed-ths incessant Compromise passage danger. That it has escaped this great The latest equal to any in the world<,: : __ m:
Bill this
project of. kind
'II he that has
' / starts theProtocolhubbuband I peril; im ulfntrntliar owinff t filth A nutrintim. rom.
: and fraud becoming bold and nf '
&: at.tackl,1earJl
.* :: pstion lately discovered andTVi more "----- --- -- to our knowledge, is one for bringing New Orledls -
:': :: brought before the House by .Mr. Ste. unscrupulous upon the compromises 01 to* is willing to 'surrender Southern Whigs sho A niu. this crisis as they within five tlal1 ofNewYork'bysiesIfa
% constitution under have ,6n former occasions that with
which slave them.the
population is .
:: fc>?>;:'.*: phens of Georgia, looks no better for the represented in Congress,manifests a strong, increasing the whole territory acquired love of country is dearer to them than persenulor fleet steamships from N.w,Yorlc tlU: pout
:":V :, President far but from Mexico in sectional intert It on this side of the peninsula,ofYloridaind aa* ira
"< to rather worse. A und dangerous on the part order to gratify -I& was love of the Union
other from
party the .
$:? ;?. > has somewhat of those States to assume and exercise that induced Southern Whigs to oppose as they A point on other sideto.New.Or. TcCii
*. rumor gained upon the u complete spleen. As if the unenviable leans-the two points in Florida to bt eoosietiti .
Iw.. r., :; credulous, that the entitled the control over the institution of slavery in notoriety did ; against a strong Southern sentiment the by a railroad that An 'L.C.
paper peninsula. act of
" .s.Jr., ) the Southern States, and to dictate the terms derived from these acts was not glory annexation of Texas. A patriotism no les
" ', : ; Protocol'1 enough incorporation has ben secured .
'' '' n forgery j but there is and conditions of the relations between master I earnest and self-sacrificing has been the motive -by tht'putiMwho
:t; :; .'Jr"::4 evidence that it is so, while everythinggoes and 'slave, to which no free and enlightened for one man, he'n w comes out of their action in the latter case. In the noble originated the scheme. from ,the Leptlvture.of -

confirm people ought to submit. in a new field. language of a Kentucky Senator they." Florida, and,the,, title otthe conpasj
: l'. ::: to the worst ; and the result Having been a traitor go for which is about to enter, this t1a
upon fattrr
;' 5. Resolved, Tuat the territories ceded the Union even with the .Wilmot Proviso.. great
. '\f...y..41. is looked for with the greatest in Mexico by to his constituents and his he price, ill the Atlantic'And Gulf ll.'iiiway Compai- !0i4r:
country different is the
1a. .4 to the United States,are the fruit of the sentiment of Southern
L.., ,: ."'. ,I
V-/; ., ,- terest. The cabinet was 10 session on blood and treasure of the slave-holding.State,. appears as a perjurer. The new charge Democracy on this subject. The simple presentation ny. The preliminary 'steps have be'u(taken,
-r ;' ':,:,: Saturday evening, and did not adjourn That we cannot forget that the sUve-holding as of an abolition petition in Congress and the survey of the route will be made aa SMB. i4rl'0 i4r

i:1: r;;'" until 4 o'clock on-Sunday mor ing.'i .- well as the non-slave-holding States contributed against Mr. POLK of favoring the' Wi). is enough to set the Southern Democratic camp, as po8 ib f'. The same company contemplate

;; ,.!i. :::t: The whole matter bears upon its face to the armies of the Union-Scott, ,Taylor, : mot Proviso at the time he wished the in a ferment of sectional agitation, and the oare Orleans ouilding and twenty the southern steamships side, to ot ply the bet pralasul!a N*. .Ii
Gaines Butler that will
',I 3, i' the marks Jessup, Quitman, Twiggs, of the three possibility Congress declare that slavery -
of tile
fraud-- and million on hand and New York
, .f \ t '. deeper moredamning Smith and Davis-and that McIntosh Ring- passage bill,. even, is but an institution ef law, and therefore, one 'and'the northern
: tf" ..; ',: than the Executive, in 1 his gold.McKee,Clay, Yell,B.utler,Dickinson, Bur- if true, can reflect .little credit not indigenous to the soil of our country, even nication side.will on be the other..' At first the comaa tf
upon rwards
t. )f r '. high-handed course throughout the war, gwin, and a host others, shed their blood for though lying South of the line of 36 deg. 30 wewklyaA semi-wctx-
\Jr. STEPHENS as of' ly, and oftener. until all of their snail
, : the common cause. Nor a man honor. The considered a sufficient vessels niwi
: : hod hitherto attained. would require can we forget that he pretext for immediate -
.: ..I.. ", "z"{: much space to spread out all the cir- who saved the day *at Buena Vista-he who facts were revealed by Mr. WILMOT to and total dissolution! We should leave each port constructed daily; and thin a ,vessel Wilt wiU..
? ? planted the standard of think such facts would in time .
the Union the
satisfy North
on walls
rt? ( *"V": cumstances attending this subject; but of Mexico, und ho who performed the boldest Mr STEPHENS under the pledge of se- that'there is but one National party in the coun. The advantages that would flow from .tk* iu

'?j7V: >:;.? it is enough for the present, as the accused reconnoissance in the campaign of .Scott, ,were cresy. try-but one party'which will in all cases abide railroad completion of this enterprise are obvious. The Ier

:V'ry' :. % has not been heard in defence, to4t..v all men of the South-that of the armies which by law and by the popular will,'viz:' the Whig across Florida would obviate a distanceof '
We! know .Mr.-FOLK'S six hundred "
not some miles of the
; danger
; entered the battle-fields private more
:\ >: of Mexico party.
is two
know that the'guilt
' sufficient to impeach ous navi ltion. On the whole of extensive
'rt"(' to one were from(the Southern Statee-that it views upon the Proviso hut Let ,Congress pass a law prohibiting the in- our
:' : the Executive we can'never
: 1 of this Atlantic there
coast, is not'a': most Jant rous
.1 government was in the heroic deeds troduction
t)" '\ and by the blood of of slavery' into the new territories
.: ,t' ; for practising fraud think him insane enough to have part than that in the neighborhoodof.the ..rIh
Mexico these
'i upon men, freely shed for the whole Uuion, forbidding the, slave trade in the District of
:t : I and usurping power which belongs that its title to these territories has been ac' uttered the opinions as understood ,by Columbia, or even abolishing the'existence of .! minus of the peninsula of Florida,:.,known wCpe
., quired-and that we should boid slavery there in toto. still Florida. It is replete with reefs f$$
-3; ,4 to Congress alone. ourselves unworthy Mr. \V we should hear no
: ,., .LMOT.., It is. sufficient. ,for the *$$ wnieh' cflI\\ mariner!,;
!1tt: t. The which the of the dead and unfit to cherish the . threats,of disunion from the.Whi2 i ofth&southf u"n. re.tbe.dra4
treaty people of the : until{ '
\ : fame of living heroes, were we to consent to the country ,to know thatho pledged himself I I nor would the imion which now,exists between and that t. pe J8 safiTy''weather!
.' ,;\: ,\', country supposed they held with Mexico restrictions sought to be imposed ,us in the ; :coasting !tll cl 1 can be considered safe.dition' J&r*li

::{ ,'" has been made by this usurpation.HO these territories, or to any measure upon whereby' to, ,veto any;; 'bill UjaTapplied the by Whig a difference party..North, action jiud, South on"this, be subject.prejudiced ,, ,to this, tfierwwiU be a .sati' ;! eJII

2'r.,: / TREATY AT ALL ; it U iff effect a mere the honor, the rights, or the dignity of the I I Proviso 10 California, or New\ .Md ico. The ''Southern Whigs 'know that it:is.:the right ,one hundred per cent in tbiiM,0ccpi'I

;{ ; blank not worth the which Southern States was sought to be impaired 3 in That of the'majority to and they, will' transpqrting the mails : ;' (
f:, ; paper it the Government of the Union. ,he would do'so, no oae in the resist that while govern iLls never New Orleans.. It saw takti ten days coawy f'
?, ,;,". covers ; of no force of binding I 6. x Union right exercued in accor'' them frod that port to New York while by tit I* bi
S ? :- power Rtfoltedj That we are strengthened in has the, leastdoubt. Can ',Mr. dance with visions.and the compromises ,
whatever. Air Polk has route it'willHnot take than .,.
been '
. >U'.V : guilty of tho determination to maintain our of the constitution which Northern more '1
rights by a no
that th'e'.lame ;
}!$Et:4 that before which justly rendered him recollection of the concessions nude by ''the'Southen I' Y1 confidence I Whig, however stronghis anti-slavery uii1 J,'will: : -. J t .

, .*S* >V'1 liable lo A trial', but this is the grossest, States to,'the feelings and opinions of .is felt by-the'Soa'th. 'in his'dpihions 1 wish to"overstep '- -- ,Cvrretptndtnce of the'-Charleston-Mir C4!

(*%TV': V act of a l. He commenced the war by the North,upon the subject sUvery. At the The' 'following,' 'paragiiph'trom the <,But on the fortunes of the Democratic party,p WASHIKOTOW, 1.b.,1718U.: < II
; fraud and he of the war of the Revolution,the va ; such legislation would have a widely different! ; JkUnslwurlam writing's ,.--.the lt1Ua. cr
; ended p
finally it Charleston
fraud. and
by cant Mercury '
." ;1" ,t How could he have done of the United uuappropiated lands'within, the limits ., shows. :,' that, .thE--- I effect. Southern. Democracywiltnot1submit_ ii*till in, ODDOrtonitj tcy!
.:.,. ,.,.,:':."I:: 'U__,_ !_ .1 otherwise.. I_ .' _. States-- belonging to the 'slaveuviuing President has made an indignant denial even te'any constitutional' 'action which inter' members'io:"speak pn"the till making" appropriations &
- ; \ n a in Juogment, jusiimnimous inaction otatev. y irgmu consent to' yield to feres with'its1 plans or wishes regarding the fararite t o;curry odt'th'e tN.tjSwttft.Mexico,1 i *** "
rH \ '
't- ( and'design, he has Southern to the Union territories for five States, and the ) of the char,.. For his"credit' as a. institution, The'passage of the;Wilmot re olutbri was adopted this morning to doss d. ti

: :'; ': not sealed his States consented to the exclusion of consistent man Proviso or of any kindred measure must there. bateat2p..w..oiaMonday. 1it
only we trust it will : J
infamy hut from b.'iat
..i .p.., :. dragged the honor and slavery them-the ordinance of 1787, resting fore, inevitably produce a,rupture between the The speakers up to' the present time bITI.. it.cI
t' i I the good faith, upon no legal authority, has been upheld isfactory :- Northern and SouthenfsectiohsJof the' been Jo '
party.Thev -- Mr. Buckaerof.KyAWhowaUBdmtp64
: _
$ the f \ { 1
and honor
:. the security of tho country, down by and good faith of the South alone The following' J jetter ro i Democratic'party has hitherto been ena 1 to' ppcie 'th >ext xdionif Il + iifahijzw

,t\t:. '; :. with him. How can a patriot find -the from France acquisition. and'of territory since that 'time correspondent: .be reft W-orntfoa witbTinttrest. "l'W bledto preserve its>unity; only,by.submission enit( riJa fHr. Stephens'of;aa;:wb opp st LI t1p'

words to express the loathing the by the annexation of Texan predicted' a 'short time 'tllllcej'*when that'nice' to the will of(he Southern weaker section. appropriation; 5 to carry oa' the trr tl,be.
or to the
.l' which such exeeraiiqns which United States, has been of territory in little affair of the ProtocolrwhicfrpromisediJ l :; When the Ndo.z ssserta i&aI,indtpendence'anci eause;he,would not recognize that treatj titupremelawof t 1tt
merit slavery'existed '
outrages by the
municipal'law1 in prettilyrwas criieUyspoitedby3h. hehr.ttiQnli'e. .entlmenlo 01,the' Uwland, Mr. LahmV'efLOfirwho .
No repentance can atone for such inof -, force.. These territories;'have',been"diTided- the,President, that, the,.MMve: wd message vVntive Of i section it2rspr lui'Southern ally was 'lu faror.of> the WilmofProTiw'Wilmbtawho' '''*'.. I
tbe >
-- : J my. Northern :States receiving far the largest W Juof Mi'. Stephens would toren':**i' *> 1nO i .&, #iI. ;lof *r:. I 'tWal1 d:1:''anlhtervitwiiith-lfl$**
seen discover i ,
4 .ha.rrj from'which ,. 0
is .
-- the :shivery excluded, by laws, aothetbinji1se, to keep.lire a notoriety; : which' 1.t, -I "'- 4 fr. r.. 1zjht: 'U : w1ichMr fitaphtn tad itS

I : Et the United Sttltts.-Wi Ctrl in1y'have constitutionality 'of which the 'Southern tome people,Itrangely'enougbare'apt"to rmis-! .,it 'Djia'.tr iFrci: ,t nt,. Mr j McClelland)1iC., vha.was,int' f&O"(t'i
C deny which ;have ,
IIi8 lsrFrora been observed
fa Mttrnott take for distinction. Whatever utArJl.Jaaetiit" b aaidmi t
I the United Stattg town in with trntband loyalty Under these mar ba''Mrthatlmprj ; Thr Tinahassel 8 DtJa if'the'SOth'\i\ Je
Eaitoj lli.iiie.jl& th.,St facts'the P91k'a opinions.ot; '% Jeqt ot.thrr! tfsay'alBy Osilfornis ass tatewithh rprafnvpcpnl*:
Southern *
Lt.wrtncl and the South iI"ot the ,Rocky people'vou14 bounwortby tbeiran. wfghA him cretit.'or too ,lDu"I} lPftdty'fJio1 slats arlval'' %: Manites'v South'Ii': tidnY Mr.'Tbbap on/bf'K whtadveatsdiSrlettl tt

::: !Mountains the to' Aitori&i O..p*, thi disiiuqe cestors, wefe they tamely;to;submit' toaoy legislation -' good.irI',G"suppose'' 'for & morneu4\ that aI1C1 he: Fl. ;P,,,*i *! I ttiau i u 5'to. learn.- 1 JS Afclt th *'* s- .e ment'of the oueition ty this Coajriii,astMprtsMd i-

j !' I b1 traveledroute ta'. 11'mUet. ircrzi the exoluding'the: : ortheir proper* con1dhae'miIduiotMblih 'c bimillifc d i 10.11'11_ I Hu 'H'rl d'f"sorry. _t"J.;.:' 1t..t entire"'H) Wsoph ou.thAt If jth jyjJ otProTJ.i 4t
r 'be Madswuktin Mslneb7Ihe Atl 1dc.ron ty r'D Utely acquired, .territories of' the 'Is noii, torthe ftMb1l111' t UO '.T, I1Pt ,' t .. oI wa' "MoD.itwoul4nqt; endsxe4'tbt tiZi ;

ih.4S. vial GaInlton Nsw York, to the, WshtngtU mouth' r.tht, _New'Or1eazj '7. ,Retained< *-,*-That*> m we> qii approve<> ;n the action. .': -*that1 4rt? c 'Kt4 upqt k R') $ AJt Wi1m.or.II: : .nudei I plantation*v-tivm. ofCoLJoutf*0.*t.OAKSLX. <, Ts ofthu<* &>*city.>- ,. 00 forlhe' ) defrated party irouTcf'1;submit'as>earT Mdcftaiedart'hadVuDoftti IeI.
Rio .toD'Y.fttejjio ; ra ia mPretfiTentfal I.t
4 4I1 .'- 923. FJ'Om'Newl York te the heid'ol:1 I Grind'J SQ-2-, has been taken by the ancieltt'.ltd' honored "&.nOUnl have fc'ake'up bur rightta'do'ttovbot mind:io renrd'; I T The*. -J*was M* *accidental.--..jijw* :* f---,*albougo< .-*- Tery 5 t lection,;i MiJenkini cf NJY,_1'I..

I. itI:! perior, ria Detroit'aad .MackinaC"; 1,855'niii.-; and commonwealth. Virginia en these, subjects, iPo1keith: ,"*:'o1 or*1 :(;.; precaution Ljtu WM.thodght. IV-to have* i.beea* taken 41.. Ty:,it-' Mri'AoctwelUotjGonn_ bot" r- hwtb eL

41 : thence down the 'MilauSippi. (c Ui Gulf ot recommend to the Legiilit are'of the1 State rer.u1d p.btDi lui1t r 1ie ,.h 4ta der conjiderable T grtaa;before. .it.. W1m. 9m'f* v% d, 9c4Jx4'. c .;.nJrqr '
Mexico is of Alabama to the State \ 'areilo j ---t *> r + &t i
2,824 prepare tOiditalu '
I1 to the lofSan mihLOm FrsncscCaU1ornthe, fairi to the last'Ittrezxdt1.fJ..1 r1 J 1UN" t Y' 9 be ff" (OYl%wb.IchCl 4:si wJut&tiQ,jitii1 ? 'lt !1."I 1f L'PP 1ickUu.QfU I ,J.n'if i't.ita."Pron.tti.t'J. ,

Pae1fic&Port1aud; .PhiLdiph1,,ilUibarg .7 81.:Resolvedthto' ; .we h irtily approve of tbV ib. li: !!' o ekt.1o thb.I14ngs! ',soe,pIgtjh9heaspupr5toy.e4 Mj.flell laidt=aricUoh 0 C n rfiiUcf1JtUt_ tl

pIt' St. Lon1i,8ant t.n ''9 &cI 2 t& ; conduct of<# Ii},ftuAn1lwt l.t' ,.HoIM.11"ta": I'J'7 .. of'I'i'""','lyenI.- '," tbtt4h. :Ub Qo14: iL

Weetis22544mutei.. :-Ul..4i/E: "'I'." ti.-- }.1 L); promptness cntitiveJoha'-Oayle'OfTAlabtnft And, : whose; :,.i t fftI. ,4'4 ,S,: tTY,\,, toi:J,'.. 'i. t 'iIuiacsto; th"t:(amout/' ,.J.o- 1 c:. danger* dfz'iol d ?d;, g H.Io .. ,
:in fne !
i,. ..- r ,. courage prwtnt\mer- ere."n \,7Ja'llAt1 u bIrUOtofrif ."
47Fi : 'If .,,r.,: 'eladoat't i the aevetofientent! mi'de'Vj *-' b&d.beer5 effected in ?ffiwOrle M )} itill tit JztIJ ,
1'1" &11 ftL' JlY1.III"cJyllel7Uin. g ncy5 prove' him Trortby"of theWnstituems', _-i iUrJ l > ut '\\h +lln"' r ?
t '
daTI V Jlf.n\lil ,
wbwe Qclt rirIcna. .I4 C CUable
confidence ,
fr.Porer j.oCGeen.:Bal; he tnjoys and:now dodbl1dt opInLossr: iahtavy amount!ngj M A.:: baIailc1i,1otit7ik.
ft tI Mr. \iwrtttog to ReTJ j,.1 tro''r: 'J Oq'J..&aifrflit (J JOlt. w M&*4hsntcjtoJ tootwhij t ; i oa I
re th tolO lp .rhO 'thuMiGtT2i4UthIMsn1t o143wM tI.. ill j t1b
remark ,
ng :h.4W' m'
Ji h.te all" "'beta ;fUtpN at deelopemen.whlch' ,jra.I 1rl' tioi.C. ; ti'tb. 'h f t" *ru! .,JIi1t lIWwita t; ')re ieryi'ld n Po t t4tcddntJtit __ aM.gspls'PIth .,t.ltMl .

tc go to !h (Re!. r. iII.i.t atW. I.tBitT. a"'kill'Ptl II' lcf. te" ru 'l u'i.t 1r I.Uilb&, ,. t ttel' J o'ttifWIUM1 ?( .'. i olt ljhJ the .u w1ff C1 1f.. ::4ettdtui" ,. a cheat. Ik l 4 lited .J1l*i I. !

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.. +noW' I&t he had cheated I M'. : .Observer, sp.king or aJlQPpoaed.'rrujon- tftcIpat1onCig:\\ae.tfle..J'. ThLfjiial At Uchee Ae ".' \.11 t .'".i.
on thill y..nuesti D r.1 Tel', dence between ;our GoY ntnndthat.f We see by emtuckrpaperj that j&e question to rOUQUT'TOi'mE,.tbe 2fi1lor' 3 44. Frolt mFrW j i"''Ii.

trj otheSO1 thi.t the.J epres i1f't n from Spain in',referenc* to the annexation:of Cuba of nboming'UftifmiK &Tfj tiei6r nejwhn TO : b, a 43 fi
beflUdtTt' P.m
j Snrylvaniahad had an .intem with the writes' u' followir .."- ? .;: ,tt :". ... t, ; flgitated jerygeneraJymatter! pb-peqple.aud p na tit lUll", ."., +. 1
atth time f red "It II probable tbatinthpg; of the !tulVs po Tjofwrpriso .th..iap. h e belongs to}lf: Gillet.rA1sbua And ..<" eeiriii- and I p a & zt, .. ,<. .\
I lfDI4eut .the: the Prcsl_ correspondence, State this J..B.teJ fa., w- '- .
tnllhiou biD wbich our Minister at Madrid has preaching Convention declared Kentucky nIireq eied 'tocoe dr; ..#: : .:
'the had LhrH'lLIIIured: hUll th&t lie was not Opnllted been in the dark or. has/wisely and from policy a free Sute. ;The Louisville Courier alluding ntard ha- "9 and take htm away-; ''. Quere. Whether tnis route Is necessary, ia .

Dt PrO'i'O but ibouki approTe Orit.1n some purposed to be TO.: The chief Agent AS far xb'some. ;:proceedings' in: ,the Legislaturetiponthesubject"siys JOSEPH;Al-3AfeBEE/ & cs tfOfletting-ihy iarectaere ii- i'No.3$43.J I!

II the than' :. connection with the three 11.8 our Government is concerned .has been an |::-: '. J; ";" ". (-jf ;Jailor Dnval County being no*,route inopOo "tV' t

tther form enterprising young gentleman,.Mr.-'T. C. Key- "*"Emancipation is not dead'in.Kentucky nor i,JacksanTille}March 3d, 1849.?) >: s .tf' *' O eneT1ba1na, .And.Uchee Anna.. e '.w"; ...

"m.n Wilmot bilL WAI not In. the H. when mr.'I.r no lds, holding the" position of Secretary of Le is it likely to die. Such principles1 as itneter.dielo has !. oJxmr' --. t v.-. .-' -':,. .., : :_:: 31 45;; :' rom."1'__'lm& st :. .'1.-, t r"t ,
Mr. made theie remarks but bating been gazpbeiis tion to our,Minister,:Jtfr. Sannders. Our : can.they be killed- Nor do its -- -t 1. .'To Debaee CalhOQ Oukt7it F.. t.

& oftbeW when he came in. he took the Minister, as is usual now daYL knows noth enemies believe for a moment.that it is.dead.- ,ADd Back; I -,.; O ". ".I 1 ''

11rtun f of suiting the facts .lD relation to ing of the language of, the court to which he is I they.believe sOj, tbey>duHvnpt; fear tOj submit 1 ,:Bidders will .state diatAnce.'and JIo'a- ': i'

GPnterview mentioned. He said, that at the sent, and this great defect is supplied by the the question to the people.themselves.for.a I ule, to connect at,Ochesee with tkO 1'Out.ftioIi ..". .'
hj ProT 80 had been offered by himself to talent and acquirements of the Secretary of the direct decision. We dare the enemies of emancipation -I Apalaehicola to Chattahoocheft -. 1 "Jf''\ it.
j me -llion bill of 1846, he had been 7.In- Embassy. This gentleman has been ambitious to put the question 'to the people.of : 3 46FroniTalIahaszeea6aciMy. ; ?J 1 t lf

\. tb s thr & the President desired to see him, of gaining distinction to himself and an island Kentucky, so that they may vote on that question lumte Ague; Intep .J ByBenhadenShell Point And Pawtaxst ..' t .,
: of.
raDd he pW1 a visit to him. The President to his country, of the site"and shape of that of alone.. They know better than. to trust I lijII.I To5opchoppy, by .6 pa, 45 miles r -- .," .

$1&ted whim that the Proviso had em bared Cubs" themselves thuS to the.voice of the p qp1.-,.I I WLI I And back between. .8*A m and,6 P n 5 :;

ben him very macho That he had informa- [We believe that Mr. P. A. Sawyer, of this They prefer braggortism, noise, confusion and i I next day. .>: '., t1
D led him to believe, that with the aid city, is at present the Secretary of Legation to proclamation of the death of what they dare : I S I 3547., .'romS.)ark'.at 6 Am Thursday 7S ; '. ,tr1i

t Dh that appropriation he could negotiate a treat Sp ain.1] not meet In open en Qunte This is their.wisdom -j I I ; $ I By Newport, Waeissa, And Marion. .,..
defeat it. Mr. In.the British West andperhap. their best policy.7' To Monticello by 6 t .
m.40 .t
t that the proTiMWOQld : Indies the subject of : I p. tniles'And :.4'
t,. U etprt-"ed lis opInIon.. that thePreei- Annexation has.been alluded Loin the Colonial "We prefer, A3; Mr. Guthrie did. ii his.great I t I S h -I back :between. C'A ax And Com .luh f/ J.

*ilmot mistaken in thinking that the appro- Legislative Halls. The British Guiana Royal speech in_answer' to Robert Wickliffe, ,cmanci- :1g. II nut d l. r 'i r.IU'j l. ;fi.2'J'i )

deut'UI 1f\u1d have such an effect. He thoughtftTouid 1 Gaiette.of, 7th December,. alludes to a speech pation' to making Kentucky, a',frontier slave Jroposals to commence at Newport ATS iavl .

bate the contrary effect, and would ir- made by a Mr.Burnley, in the Trinidad Legis State; to fight the battles of the South. The AN. ENTIRELY' VEGETABLE ted. i' s.548 .- .t ., ,[
and exasperate the Mexicans. The lative Council in which he. alluded to the designs spirit of renovation is alive And in vigor, and .COMPOUND. 3 .; From Quincy at 9 A In Friday 4.n'n;

rittle Jurist however, that he had infor- of England upon Cuba in the. following must'go'forward in its onward march. We are THIS:MEDICINE was: prepared by regular ByBodtyComfbrti ./ A '!, '.

Fr&JPft which Mr.' Wilmot could not have, qndJ't striking passage: decidedly in favor of emancipating Kentucky and lathe result of an extensive ToBeform, by 12 m-10 tafles -- "- .'

t't'from that information he felt satisfied he "Englishmen had better beware of meddling from the incubus that have weighed her down practice of several years in a bilious'cli And backbetweea amaad 8% a.n f", :..ft

f iiegOiltC H treaty. with Cub; the moment she ceases to be Spanish for .rainy'year?, and from the awful dangers mate. Those who have; used it, themselves Proposals embrace" Secludo will be consid 'T.. f.. f..
'C.JLl earnest discussion ensued toward she ,will become American, and no power on L that tbt eaten her more strongly now than they seen its salutary effects'upon-others,' 'need"no ered. "* ",_**. ** *_ *.f .* .iT ti Itt- '",.4
I Ions and earth can prevent it. The first outbreak in did when Mr. Guthrie so clearly and triumphantly : farther evidence of its great value. The health 3 49. From Quincy At 12 m Wednesday I .lfIF'
which Mr. said he I
, tbe clwe of as to Winthrop the addition, of Cuba would attract an overpowering force of pointed them out in the debate to which of thousands has been .perfectly restored"by To Seclndo, by 4 p m, 9 miles* ; r i ; ts.ii
vts not very particular volunteers from the Southern States which the, we have referred. this medicine, when all other remedies have And back between 8 A m And 11 a m*. 4
bill all that he
! tii Proviso to that particular of the ; of both Federal Government could never prevent. "This. is strong and significant language to failed. Its operation is-not simply to suspend 3550.: From Jasper at 9 am Monday ._ .' 1p4.

I wanted vts an expression would that opinion it There would be independence first and annexation be used by a leading paper in a'city which not the disease for a time, but to purify the system By BlounV Ferry- and,.BawliJcD'- j.

flousfs. and be resolution as soon was expressed the- would follow. And the moment that enterprising long since mobbed Cassius M. Clay, and destroyed and restore sound and perfect health. Ferry 9. ( 4 'f

upon joint this the President containing people got possession of a sugar soil I his printing office for saying much less A small Treatise on the ucause8 treatment ToCentre Tillage, GA by < pa Wednesday : .[f.I
omt principle'To rejoinedthftt in a tropical climate, the cultivation be If such a spirit prevails to any extent through: and cure of fever and ague and other diseases of 100 miles .-j ...
was no objection and that he felt may f t'
Htirfed there that he could negotiate a treaty and given up in despair in every other part of the: out the State, and the tone of many public meetings bilious climates," may be had gratis of the un. And and. back 6 between 6 A m,Thursday. tr.;1

the aid of the three mill- world, even in the Bruxils ;. tor they will be as held, induces us to believe that it does,the dersigned. p m Saturday. :1.- .
Ieqt territory he was of the that slavery effectually underbid and driven out of the South need not be astonished if Kentucky join Also, numerous certificates from men of the 3551. From Pilatka at 8 a m Friday .,.
that opinion
iou aiould; and not be extended to such territory as arket as the growers of cotton have been; its enemies. If the convention make Kentuckya highest respectability, testifying to the great I To Newnansville by G p m. next day, 57; '_". '.\."..
for it would weaken and since the commencement of the present cen free State, the act will be called one of"eman I- efficacy of this medicine, can be seen on appli.cation miles : i t. !{i
night he acquired ; t tury. cipation," but it may well be deubted whetherone to And back between 6 A m Sunday, tail .:.,t.
institution where it
already ex- ..
udlllget'tbe also that MissiBlipni And in a similar tone, though in still stronger slave in a hundred will be made free.-: : T. HOLMES & CO., 6pm next day. _* ...('" ,
and he thought even ; r
fred to :
:would assent to the exclusion of slavery terms the Royal Gazette thus comments upon Their owners will send them further Agents.for Jacksonville and Vicinity. will Proposals be comment At Orange Sprira ). r.. ,
these'remards : Other States may follow'Kentucky and I Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. Cm considered.i .
nth territory. Mr. W. said the President did 3552. From lp -,r,
Alligator At .
\l\\ tveany particular reason for instancing "As regards Cuba, Spain is in the gigantic further deportation Southward take place. Isitpolitic I AdthInJs 'ntor's Notice. To Olustee .: -< y. 1 :J;.
grasp of a vigilant neighbor,which for all or safe for the Southern States to submit ::
f': MiuissippC but be supposed he had adduced itt 1 powerful SALE OF REAL ESTATE. And back _. t'.
: instance tb' Tennessee his reasons of its own, never will permit, on to having forced upon them this surplus of .:Ii
[ iu own Bidders will "t H.
itronzer state the disUnee
hive been any plea or under any pretence, the abolitionof a peculiar population 1 While State after State PURSUANT an order of the Judge of Pro lAd thtLomis ,: i Ii
Stt'cb1i1.1 Mississippi .
: being oneoftfarStatis 1 is & County of this date I will o departure and arrival. '
in an island so near to her own renouncing our fellowship and weakening ,
the the
, where feeling on subject Southern territories-we mean the United L our influence in the general government, shall[ offer for sale at Public Auction, on the first 3553. From Newansville at 6 A a" Wedn ff .!1 I'fII"

cfilmry was strongest. States of America. America is emphatically at we quietly submit to be cramped, tied down Monday in April next ensuing, at the usual ByWacassaTcCedarKe3sby .ft. 4

Mr.Wilmot sid, that he hsd shortly after- this moment the lynx-eyed guardian and pro and further weakened at home by becoming the hours of Sheriff's sales the following described 6 p a next day, 7 1 .

v nii mentioned this conversation to Mr. tectress of Cuba. With unbounded ambition asylum of this.refuse population? If Kentucky. real estare of Eliza M. Crichton, deceased-one miles .-A. ;,{1' ;' ft,
Wwiwird, South Carolina who solicited of that mighty power aspires to as enlarged an, Maryland or Miuouri choose to take the credit hundred and thirty ((130)) acres of Land, more And,back between 6 A a Fri l. '
lim permission to make it public which he of or less; situated on the St. Johns River in Du 6 p in next day; ,
empire in the new world, and pursues her objects emancipating their slaves, they ought to be !'
| bJ declined as he did not wish to be drawn in with as unscrupulous and as daring a made to bear the burdens of emancipation, and val County, and bounded on the South and East 3554. From Newnansville at Sam Wednesday- IV;;10 t

toy controversy upon the subject. lie had as Russia does in the old. Cuba is pertinacity to not force all its evils upon others. It will soon I by lands of Eleanor A., Crichton, West by St. ByMadisonboro' ? .f..; t..

tubs quent11 mentioned it to the gentleman America what Constantinople is to Russia-tbe be, in fact it has already become. A vital question Johns River, North and East by lands of Calvin To Orange Springs by 6 pin l- clalk ,1t.' f..
from Georgia Mr. Stephens, but he had not Reed North by lands of Charles 0 miles : 4qb4
with of the Byrnethe .
I keystone of an arch yet to be formed, the centre us extreme South, whether we .
uthorixed him to use it publicly. lIe did not. i of a brilliant realm to be erected in climatesmore should not adopt the severest regulations to same being one-eighth (tit of a tract of And back between e a aD Friday; and. .h t

iowever, regret that it had been made publi. sunny than her own. The first blow prevent the influx of negroes, whether free or land owned l-y the late John Crichton, knownas 4pm next da,. .
He was prepared to take all proper responsibility I "Tweedside and situate at the mouth of Quere. Whether this route will be Ak U"f'
struck for the abolition of slavery in Cuba slaves, to these States. It is a matter which I ???- 1 '
in relation to his part in it ; but before would be the signal for the United States to, should be attended to in time. The State Leg Julington Creek. The said real estate to be yin case letting route No. 3551, froa.Pi4't ,...i

, God he must affirm the substantial accuracy of come forward and crush the dangerous movement islatures now in session ought to adopt strin sold for payment of debts of deceased. latka to Newnansville. -'_IBl 1. t 4
this statement. ALEXANDER W 3i:5. From Micanopy at 5 a m .
and to seize into her own hands an island. gent measures, and if the Kentucky movement Fort i. ."J .,1
give tins episode for those who read, to which the feeble grasp of Spain might be incapable goes on; every legislature should be called together Adm'r. Estate of Eliza M.Crichton,dee. ."*.
To Fort Harlee .
form their own opinion therefrom. It is a revelation of ruling.1 N. 0. Pic Y"1lt. to devise means of self-protection. Jacksonville, February 19th, 1849. by 7 p a, 40 miles :
of much importance and interest. The'a Feb. 24. 30dsAdministrator's. And back between lam And 7 *o'n- f I' fit

fketi are given. The deductions each one can Nave Him (row his (Party] Friend A Gentle Hint.Thecincinnati Cbroniclsays next day. _
nuke for himself. A Washi' zton correspondent of the Boston: UA Notice. Froposalsto embrace Fort' Crane, instead eC
:- who up'the river
gentleman .
Courier ( h ) speaks of the "appalling cerIum with General came PERSONS indebted to the estate of Fort Clark are invited. t._ <* u.4..1:
Taylor far Smithland ALL
as as informed 'rmh
The VlmrldM U.'lIliuna.. ty that Mr. Clay will again appear in the political us that Gen. Taylor stated in conversation George Church, late of-Duval county; 3556. Jacksonville At 6 A m Tuesday:
circles after the fourth of March. The that if ht Fla., deceased, will come forward and make,immediate By Haddock's, Kirkland's, Nassau CH
IB the United States Senate on Monday 19thitut. was an officeholder when a new and WoodstockMill ... '. 'fit.
; impression of the event And all ,
.as we ile ra from the Baltimore Sun aggregate nmong Whigsis administration, into against which payment. persons ,
Yulee, pmeoted the resolutions of the FbridaLegislature Mr. much like that the world would experience he had taken an active part.power.he would resign having demands against the said estate, will To St.80 Maay's miles Ga.,.by 'C p m 1m5lati.rAnd ,: :f

in reference to similar I if, after having been long threatened with the his office.. render them in within two years, authenticated : "
slavery- in L switch of a comet's tail, it had beheld that comet as the law directs, or this notice will be back between G A a Thursday' ''t
character t. those of the Legislature of South I receding into space until their fears had been ,-- --,- --_ _ pleaded in bar of their recovery. and 6pm next day; '. ,.. w'I 'tt
Carolina aDd.jrgioiL He remarked .
that although
succeeded ecstasies of their LAWRENCE RYAN Adm'r. Separate:proposals for that'pan of thlr ;lt
by joy at escape; The Age of Improvement.One ,
coming (torn a State which at the I It
pre- another, in obedience to no known law, but Jacksonville, Feb. 24, 1849. 2m route between Nassau C H and St. Maq'a-szi' .fJl.
itnt Presidential election had been considered I of the most important discoveries iuvited. '. i.;* !
of -
with capricious movement, to see it suddenly tb Sage 10,
R die banner-State among those who had voted I and unexpectedly turn in its course, and with in ameliorating the condition of this large A dmlnt trntor's Notice.-All per. 3557. 'From Ntassu C'H at 8 Am Friday' < '.4 '.I..I

I lor led Gen.bythe Taylor unanimous, thite resolutions vote of both had Houses been pas-and even more terrible aspect, 'torn blazing tack.upon claes of suffering humanity consumptives i is .'1 sons indebted to the Estate of Joseph To Fernandina by 6 p m/SO mile i V .. ::: '{J.
the inhabitants of the affrighted pl 1nel- Bergallo, late Nassau County, Fla., deceased, And backbeteveen8 a' aandf'ps* i -
I lad received tl -sanction of the Dr. Wistar's Balsam of ,
ExecutiTe.The Wild
The alarm will not cease to be felt until it shall Cherry. What will come forward and make immediate pay next day; ': ; 4 .
people.r Florid would unite body and have been discovered that the new orbit does time establishes and consecrates, what experience ment. And all persons whatever, having demands 3558. From Pilatka at 7 A m 1aeaday.r '. -t

|wul .rii.i Virginia and South Carolina, in rej not impinge that of the incoming administra- adopts and confirms, what all men in all against the said estate,will render themin By Volusia, Fort Butler, Enterprise I' ,
witf nggrcgiion and defending their rights. tion.or that that comet. like some know comets of within two years authenticated as the law and)lellonTille : ,;
[ Mr. Westcott also stated. At length, his views i the stellar system, ha, by its repeated revolution places unite in saying is good and valuable, isBO .. directs, or this notice: will be plead in bar of To the head waters of St. John's rivere .4; !.-. it

| c n the subject, und said that the declarations I ?,become dimmed in brilliance and wasted i; no doubt. A popularity of this sort fixes in tlffcir recovery. D.' ACOSTA. (by water,) by 7 p a ThundAy.-lW ,

Mftkttc resolutions thnt "as friends of the U. I volume and power, until collision itself with society its roots so deep and strong, that time' ,JNO. A. CA VEDO, miles -' I j :'

|lion'lick the have ptople Florida weakened view the with bonds al tim of acts the i the threatening body, furnishes no ground for cannot destroy It. The suetesg which has attended Administrators. And back between 7 A m Friday aed7pm !.'ii!
; already Fernandina Feb. Sunday. -- 's.v -
That the 24 1849.
condition 2m
apprehension. one or the .
Cuea,und persisted in will inevitably resultiaidiuoiution other will soon be established to a certainty, IhaTe this medicine for several years past, has 3 S. Prom the head waters of St John's rive*. I1.

of the Uniou" express the true no manner of dou bt." overcome the prejudices of all respectable and, BPBNC7BB & BAKER at 6 am Friday to'- ., 1'1

.Wings of aU parties in that State. And their sensible men, and the article has taken a stand Byindian river,Palos,San Lud.L AB& ,..iJ'i-,(
Predictions would be verified, if the voice of in.K'J The Colored Race at the North.Major Noah, the first clan discoveries Sttonuga at Hate, Jupiter "r 'j -. >
was not hushed and the hand of in the New Ycrk among and blessings: -
aggression Sunday Messenger, writing -Dell..ndU. v To Miamij Dade county, by land,).by t. ; t.f
i79d. A dissolution of the Union would otbjrviy the condition of the blacks at the North, makes of the age ; and when restored to in season, eradicates Flo. p m next Thursday; 250 ailesl 3* 1I

be the inevitable result, for they cousiditrtd the following truthful remarks on a subject the diseases for which it is recommen And back between 6 a a Friday sudS ,

Delation preferable to submission to which is more misrepresented and misunderstood ded. Jos. McRoBERT BAKER. S.Jan. Srxcczit. pm next Thursday. ,*!: 7, .:. =
p-ifff;jctfniktj ;Aggressions upon the rights of at the North than all others put together. :649., ly 3560. From Tampa .*- 1.ti ,"f I
U : We cut the following from the Bellows Falls .
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We have room for only portions Major Noah I By Manatee f >> ?: -
The resolutions were laid on the table and article: I Gazette, ef January-1846- Proposals for To t
carrying tbe. Mail. Sarasota by 30 ailei j. I f.
.*M to be printed. Here, at the North, the poor blacks are not i WISTAR'S BALSAM.-Notwithstanding our 'i- '' And back between >; ,.' .

permitted to work alongside the white roan. aversion to puffing, as many do,everything NEW ROUTES IN FLORIDA. Separate .proposals to supply Manatee AtWl, .

Treat the Washington Union. Once they were permitted to follow the humble comes along in the shape of Patent Medicines, Extract from the act of Congress of 3d March. Sarasota, in ease of letting route No. 3563;'art :l:9''
of carrying bricks and mortar invited. ,. '
'* employment up 1845, section 18. ." ; :;
'understand from the Washington correspondent but they were kicked urointhe ladder by our and the fact that we scarcely ever take medicines 3561. From Tampa.- at 6 a m, TnesdaYxii Jo1 .
of the New Y rk Courier and EtiquiJjj white fellow-citizens. They clean bootfl, scour of any kind, yet we feel that we should be uAnd b further 'tflatt.ed; That it ,shall be. .By Hitchepncksassa- -and---.Fort--' Gatlia'- t? .
tkitSt is notproposed to frame a [tariff I injustice to the duty of the Postmaster General", luau future ; .
cloths, but are not permitted to sweep stretts.And doing witholding To Mellonville, by-6 p m Thunday/lOO' .
wu at this session becaase there is not timew the favorable opinion weiave of. lettings of contracts for the transportation Of
yet we, who persecute neglect, and repudiate longer Wistar's miles c--f 'ai,4sA \
e ough left for the Usk aud if submitted I it tbe free black man here are nllM with Balsam. in cafe of cold* and pulmonary com .ofthe mail, to let the same, in every 'case, tb And back between 9 A m'JFridqa4. :, .,

"*uU U rejected by the genatc.* but t'hat holy zeal to, make the "laTe free at the.South plaints.! Having witnessed its good effects in the lowest bidder tendering sufficient guarantees 6pm Sunday .. L&. '' If'

In\uuf..a'*?era geatlemea, largely concerned in the deprive him of a. home, or food, and oi.and several instances we believe it to be an excel-:.: .ference for faithful the mode performance of such without other re 3562. From Jacksonville at 3 a a Monday 4ad ;. ,
interest. in different States tranpportatiehthan 'j
g clothing, and of a kind, considerate master and lent article. Thursday cjs. 4' i. 't
cnaTene4hte; during the past week, for therjBti. for that freedom at the may be necessary to provide for the due celerity To St. :1'I
even ex- I. BUTTS the
we struggle Signed on wrapper.For and Augustine 12aD'38 miles 4 "?' .1
certainty security of such 3
&gf' ':e.ios nviog* before theCommktee of Ways pence of breaking- down. dividing and destroying ; sale, wholesale and retail by ; nor shall-any, new contractor hereafter transportation be-. And back between.'.A m;and; 4 p al?
rariety of caluable information glorious Republic! Suppose ill tbe next day&1. .
our .j. *
s.-"3Proposab _
I T 0. HOLMES required to'purchase or take at"'Talua t.. .
Pting he present tariff the system Caun4er ,- their free blacks & CO. make .
pra slave States were to say to :- tion the stock vehicles :to :closer connexion .witl MI I
t : It by foreign manufacture. and '"My friends, we have given you employment Jacksonville, E F. for the or route.3 of amy. -previous-contractor steamboats at Jacksonville naIdsed. "f'+

D.:1r: &*Wi and its operation upon domestic I and bread, but your.Abolition friends are anxious :. And by druggists gin r11ytrougboutiht same 3563. Fro 1 Augustine e-by Smyrna,Indian 1 :1f'
.4' ?1\ The mult of this conference was a that vou should come forth from the iniquity United States. Marc 3d. I 1:7 Bidders.will be.careful read the forms 'River,.Saa Liicie,Jnpiterv MiamLEey : .'.
=? by that! committee to Mr. Hudson, ore that surroundi yon-go,to them and seeit' And instructions-.ppended' to ,this advertiser. Largo, Indian Key, Key vWiat,)Chsffrv 1. !f

L' urtta5 to prepare a general report on they will do as much for you as we have done!' We authorized and ment They ar* requested. to state, in,, heir lotte Harbor, Sarasota Tampsy Cedsxu.. %. J{
Pe u S* f the toriff- He expects .to com- What is to become of more than half a million II:? requested proposals, the mode by thyintendto.conTey Keys, St.. Marks Apalaehicola, 8t :!. -;:

Lii by the close of be week. It will in the of freed blacks driven fourth to seek the cold to announce Major JOHN BEARD as a candidate ,. the maIL;.? Where the' sixe.and' '\1 ighf.ot"the' Joseph's, And.St. Andrew's,.to.PensA-

far&4j;rtcoBHaend the substitution of specific charities of the North -They will starve for the Office- of Register Public Lands. m1ul 01" tbe"speed ClUed for in, the cola 'miles And-back; tlc.4 I .

'ie o; 31 duties and the adoption of aft Wherever we;: turn; ,we ;*"nothing in the ef the. .State of. Florida At the election. on first schedules,,shall require,the n8cta-nl: bedeforcoach 1.- monthinsteamboats v **. jltf.
b flloderat dutIes efficient to protect. Agitation of the slave 'question but ruin And steiunhoat, pr raU-road convey- I Separate'proposals for sections of the Absjri*'d .

t abor *****tjus pauper competition distress to the colored rice,. v .. Monday in May next feblO' ;> .'sneerthe: case'; ,and*,,.consequently, routes Tf ill -considered. *kNOTES. -' .%; :> .
< weekwhich sncnroutes"wiirbe: let to bids proposing such .J ** .* cEacE 4 1
Irtbia A circumstance Occurred 'here; last .II llJp: We ;the friends of : ..J / 1
iaf o naation be PST: ar* requested by |node conveyaid'ce. ,11 t other,,cases]the :!. should bV ff 'i .'.t ..j
p, correct we may exL has led loathe foregoing reflections. 'proposal .
I Itrtg1LLe4 the L" or the monopolista now sing down Nassau:street,,three. ::four persons .of*fr 'MMEQ'-. iANJELS.o.'" DpoSice biri\-,, routes<.willibeassigned mode1 of th \ p ii sighed' bj e*r'"morfe,. :. -". ..

1t Pional in Wuablngton through their Con.r wereTstindin(1niide9c A 'store; talking to A '*1 A candidate for.ftt.onWf/i of Pi abut -, % \. i. persousrn the7611owing"xniniieiC YlI., .:'.,.., ..''' -
; HudsoJl to be issued invited to come 'in,- t .r '1 MS'tfrr" \ooo "i"fin.lIe undersigned' -- 7 < -I.a "1 '
OifIlD : in a blickmah, and they us for the County fDitval,'at the ensuing election: 'i ainE. mails pf the .J c. Jo,
:r2ng'theZ1t7 pre n. tome employment : *;LUcre A,'.said one :of the,gentle. the ? **( br' E.IInited: States from the. Ist, .pJo1y,. r L .. t'1io-' ihia*>-__ _bid>r .tOt.... -#. .ji. .tb. D t .t." ..
first Moiday lrirMajnextt 1
tD-ajDd ofboite blue" s ave ffieicnv' .on *. from be btthe ,LI
"Plo a to : men.twTio wishsQjiC1 a|A __ -- "- < <'5Av jS z. ,3. I jW. *.t t accopc '
leisure inI7AlhWA1ilt '
30th at '
. We ,-' .. )849t\Qhe Jqie.j81c1ncluaie, Postmaster General, snail Inca tf b. it .
'to bruk'ur. not be very ,. rr'UfM -_ =* i1W&etered .ie 'f "' :.
vw. ". be received thebconLretot "*" -'** >
S and for the ,eTenue bill or the store, Ip4 saw ft:ih.opt stout ;.. WM wrifH" pmpm. "t-1.l* : .ligation to'tbe j iti'd4'r7t17, to vncjj fice of the Post.Offic DepajctmenViinihb city, liiif
;, Otthecoantryf.t te, great laboring!nter- fellow in rags;with a.:good,'connteaanc.vand' noi4icatSon J. 1po1lJ1cemW A* of \Y..h 1lt .'until 5 Amj>fi hi_4Ul April, :good .,c. Dt_ .sureties..... to. perform, the &
.DtCOTTES u candidate for tbsp office of ice Propcscu. f :
a Combinations designs (allincor. t'I : .fi t A 1s491tobdeId&; ( ; V tb'24th dayiof ApxiLon t4 ,trTbiahouldbeaeoxnp2med "'f',1.'t
,: We ''had (tall eLl ting'9aplt J- "Where do jbu belong",;...-,., & 'ltd"l IIPr",and JWrixt fiJ 71bcl 1$4,) .the.rout aendiniit.'isAanerand. *mileiI'' ,_ S .
bopeci t u the nanufalturiug '' ,I: vas born there" ." fl',. . : i
Llieady was iatifted! '1rith the tax. whigh they )ewYarti n'&'loti & that io .ian'teljroorselfasAslayeiiiithj \ hI '. 1.A". .: ,." Ft." ". -. '\ "_,l,. ",. ,...... eu.J, .11' J'rn.brewev1xibtL" r> ': ) .' that the guarantors. are.t proPert1.b1.tomak'kciod1h ..aTh&pro
raliloc upo" the- .. 1 I ( ti FWflj.-t3.: '.". \t,. li ,.m?'
t,. We red; or tbe C mld 'Siat p. : d ; if t: il 'q
grIts bleed-too, that t he anufac. i "What _1 toao' IOIQaptJ10.0rki J hI"* ': l'UB.N.. .N.TE. .".sl. J JiPORT i4l.'From'MiI" Vi" i 4 .1 81' .hOul&mt to .I1

t he7 iuite nr oitent to leave thingseferything hid no;.breakfast;'] am Almost naked: *Q bat ; "-Jlcdmim'i ti''XiBCir 3. :t:.:t":!::Bauit7sndhtbausvtlIeTo : Wea e 4.ftIM iI

az ,0 1pz tt1i,. I I cares, ;/of mjajlud I hA> .friend.1.,J* jt np> : 'cr' ; W.' ., 8Pat1a.A1a ;hY e p m D J'd. W: 'i: ct and..r( e4 fa .)iat4tatt I t

ttehante.: 'tbe Thu. corresJl' n him i better 19 have A gooj mwter trhoca;I;;.cari.wprk.we ; : : '. 'f ARRIVED.Fel .-- ,: j .J. ; .u $ iiat"k' POltalve .erb: .t.51i -f.. ti !:,:"' Hi

hiflttl1at-- >Ct'ea.t dea.den.tam at forad1 trJ U XifC!. .f1; ; ; :'p 't1l : 'J >:85. A1.ftftifiFt.'f11fC7"HlLTfew, ., >":1iit.eei. 1 i4--rr-&Dd'.. ;1'0. the prcibklof IT -t. --13. '
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{4k ;. : aEKrOOYtRNO&, 9F THE STATS Of FtDl A.2re7H PICQ 'f "r.l.9P S' : :56.CDAit TRETw19zofwlilch 3 jgiparilla over editt iif it'era. ,*> :, I4 egIeettoskeveut1t \ i iti t4tti.
.7.4 ;i;' BEAS, it-ia required bylaw that anVV In connection with',the Charleston Daily i"dve4to theeiit1nand;said 1 c. uf.sidicatesldisease: ,it invigorates the, ,, ) .fomnjrof-tbt i 'iIt '
.: election&. held in this State on the M.iil .Steam-packets Savannah the steamer L 'c.t ..I' j) i". ':1.. z. 1 I.J ",Y.'" j TbodycnaumptoflL1cuediL: ,> -> diseases to. which females are"Jt utt'lm
'. I".: first Monday in May next, for a .Register of SARAH SPALDING .from'_Palatka to Lake ot. ..Wie. "gill"' 0".,..i. "".I'. e.. ,"'$.'. <*"c.., U' .' '' '11"I I. .,:, cleanse aDd strengthen,1' i !rIO(Ute! iThIJe1i6d Vaf bt'ff r .

'1:t': $'", r Public Lands to hold until the first.'Monday of Monroe; the'UrSrMill Stiiges,.froia Picolata to P'R.lN TED: : eLI<30E; '." conaumpt1oieaiibecunedc; :* weral rears b"oaJDg this tjj& !SSf fQ

'ii .L".} : October, 1850 ; also, for Judges of Probate for St.Augu UQe,'*
'.; t.f. '.';: thejeveral'Counties to hold ull the first Mon- AlUgator.;Mineril.flprings, and pol -One' Thousand' pi eli Keii.I'_ ,# : colds coughs,catarrh,asthma tpiti iaslt Is alculaiea to SJ?' ,

', "t",-.:_ ; 4yjofOctober, I8il, and for Justices of the umbull., ':!to. To.l18.hUiee.' .. ,., .. m,""' .*"."r." L .. /l'., cing'me''THOU 'ANDS: of diffirentpittertis ,? ting of blood,soreness, in the chest,.- by quickening the blood-a,
:4r' ;. 'e Peace fcr each District in the several Counties, OOAMt1LGn'C p :P 1t e1t1'. S and colorings,' ;and !comprising everything'desirable S hectic flush,night sweats,dial .5S.: ,;Indeedthis tttilidaetoKSSall f -
. ; to hold for two years, (all of said officers WM..1LSTON,: John Hebb rd. iri! the':lineFOREIGN' and cult or protuse expeo- the diseases to'whichwon ',
sJ: f., .' continue in office till their successors', ',shall be .sr &JA1t J\TSt L 9 'K.i ;. DOMESTIC. /" .toration and pain. :itient7 bracvs tll.:1thoJ 'I.tt1 1Ui'r4'tW.w..
elected and qualified.) are feiedforsa1e, for cash.orsatisfactory S m thesde,& the '.turat!tD i
' .T1 es i t Im' J: ", i All which 1'*
;. Iris OEDKRKD That the said election SLOWEST PRICES have and ; 'impuritiesbeeaafflimd Of the1odf.01 '
':fit. :i- ; HBKKBT and SATURDAY Morfm0/aj HIT'Vclockyandar- : .tjthesystentts t

',.. be held throughout the State accoMing to law. S *rfa *J can be 'to '
: 1'Od
. rive at picplaU in.time for the Mail.Stages,togo by the : ce. hei
; j;":: and the officers whose duty it is to ordcr'aid before''" PIECE 'ORTACKAGE. cured.. UOD,:"b1Ch'J' ofD1d
through to";St/Angustiae! night eve tj1
notice hereof. Probably there never was a remedy that has for rema1
;t.I.--- elec.lioQIwiU.tnke '" tfYMoBTtiNO received almost enf'idaI.a weauesllnd'dlst f., .
New :
ry Tbursday Monday. Styles are ,
.f..l:" r. : Witness my hand and the great seal of the been successful ndeapeecseofconnnp.tion DISEASE OF'THl1lIE.d
1' Stite, given at the Capitol this 20th Retui i gl ae PM4ka.!er/r &D Y a14: .many 'of them aregot up for our own.sales, as this; :it cleanses.'and.strengthens the TLIRE4'D !:R.i",, .<.

't 1 t3,r' '.:... -[SSAL.] day of January,A. D. 1849, and of the f D ,at 7.o'clock,,touching! as above" and:hpt to ;be fouid.elsewbere., :corrected. from. system and ''appears heal tbeulcers j: on the EW :7JROPy

,, ,: '!". : : : : Independence of the United states the eachJaT:*'.: '.. j'r.' .._ ."_' ..j ,n-: Printed.with lists eeryvariation,of prices! in.the market lungs,and the patients gradually.regain. 'their Dz T szi4 IoaJ'Jur'2'tUt i,: : :
They 'both Itn boats complete day to clay, M1 "ife;,
r. 4 : 13d veilr. WM. D. MOSELEY, are presscre ( usual health and strength.a *& %ith a.dIes of
.(: AttestGO'efDOr.. order and handsomely furnished in every respect are. placed in the hands oftbuyers. : tb lb li..
i.. CASE a
...I; Wrrible.rupttreforover
Merchants will be,,able to form.some idea of fHifflJ
of well
jjr.! "'. A.E. MAXWELL Secretary of State. ; are commanded by gentlemen extent and of bur'assortment when There is scarcely a'd Y'pa8 es but there area thegreater-port of tlle''f.JllJt. '5 ,
the. variety ,
the rout frand their e ts
2m known on pat.
. experience ';; Januar,27,1849. number of cases of Con qmptiol1' reported'acured l t You led WJth's f
wei statethat the/value' our :usual stock of breath
, . assured that attention wIll' be anfgr t b1t.
;, rons are every
; I
bythe use of Dr:Townaend'g Samporilla. teringof theheartithjeb haVbee
least twice the value of
il. i. f the. and comfort of this at .
paid to. safety passengersand ,- 1try
: /.i' HOLMES CO. the entire .stock of dry goods usually kept by. The following was recently received: tressiug, and has frequently been
: careful of able.
; io the. handling freight. : '
be L
-To-ferwSENn-i-Zterr' Sir f' For the last .hfr. < The
" '.. I "oxcTs: u'r largest', :wholesaleJobbers... This fact .together ; I rupture was vej: li. .
( ; "
I. S three I have been and severe: be trltd '
'the fact that bur means and our years general almost
;;j,! :. -It'ESRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed A.Brooks At DeI.orme&Tnpper, .S .-J Darienj SaT Dnah.. attention with, instead", of being.divided. among a;vasf debility, and 'nervous' consumption of'the'last such,cuses with.tatlilllr:*tI1tfit.r ntl1 reined"' ,fvt

3i.r::;' t: l' their stock of Merchandize to the large Alex.Scranton, Brunswick.. variety.pfarUcles, are devoted, wholly .to. .ONE, stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat j had taken but three.bottle, or or- 5ft
r':.1, j:: : 1 l1 ldingfonn occupied by' the United States, John Bessent St.Marys. will render the'..advantages whichwecan, offer 0.11.'After'going through course of medicine medicine she.wan entirely relieved ol the'-
;. rlt;, .. known as, the Government Building. They to'dealers :obvious *and it shall beour under the care of some'of the most distinguished of;the heart, and tie ,rupture kas alotidi
JacksonvilleA. perfectly ;
J.t:*fyvi:>.. bare added to their stock, by"the late arrivals Fernandez. .&Bisbee. Black Creek. ,5 care.'that none,who visit our establishmentshall regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared., .7. .

:1h;: ;. from New York. a full assortment Dry Goods. Geo.Coy, .Picolata.R. meetwith'any,'disappointment.Our Board of-Health in New'York' and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy and t4

;, ;r t Groceries, Hardware Provisions, &c., &c., R.Cooley Reid &, Co. .. Palatka- ..' 'assortment' is complete at all seasons of and speuding the most .of my earnings attempting'to much swollen. We ;had,toideatbtsteeS
. .r'. which they are prepared to sell at reduced health and after reading ,be,so benefited the had
;it : ,.:. N. B.-Ooods consigned to the Agents for*- the'ye3 LEE; JUDSON & LEE. regain my as suck a'etteflictSI
lt '.; ..' prices. warded free commission. Freights,from Savannah 'P.; S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of in some paper of your Sarsaparillal resolved of diseu 1L But it ha?,as strain tt ji WZ
.cr.:1.::: :, They are now prepared. purchase Cottons, and Charleston and all freight! Lord '& Lees, and late senior partner of the original to try it. After using six bottles 1 found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy. .IfcattS
't. .; : Hides,And other produce of the country at the way done me good and culled to see at that this statement is
: : :p advancest shippers..- firm of Lee:&.Brewgter, from which connection yon so itraag u...
-'i':; 'I'.4:' highest Market rates, and make cash / 30 1848. ly he withdrew some time ago, has resume your office j ,with your'advice 1 kept on, und do hlmost like fiction, but it is. nenrt.tUi.tlc)
!;:I. .a consignments to their friends in Savannah September most heartily thank for advice 1 reality. Your
f' t. ed business in conn cti n with Messrs.Lee & you your per. Sarwparilla-is'terUbly j.
: .:{,'';j r : and Charleston, or New York. Judson and assures.his friends that 'the'new severe in taking tbeSarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and .should br used bv
:tv'.,;:': :hey' hate-a new article of Wrought Iron NEW EDITIONS concern, shall'have 'the 'same p .emin nce in able to attend to my usual labors for the last one.that is suffering as WI h&vebecfc'l/itn
",:.\."!'.oo: .;' ..4 Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call S this branch of trade. which formerly ,distin four months, and 1 hope by the blessings oi God disbelieve this account, they are:.t libmy i
'.:. ::i. ; t h. of Planters. DR. WEISSELHOFFS S SCIENTIFIC; .WORKS guished the other two .houses to'which .he be and your Sarsaparill.i continue my health. cull at my house and have ocular dea. & & ..

4.p;. .4'/., Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1848. tf THE sUs.TcT.ovdHILD.BIRTH. longed. June 25, 1841. 2y helped me beyond the expectationsofall that Yours,regpectluliy, .
,.? ;:i '. :: knew my case.. CHARLEs QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSEB.
c *
\.:\, .: ..."J' Ii". K. K. REID & CO. A KXW and beautiful: edition of this relfDrntetJwork OrungeyEesex Co.N.J.Aug. 2, 184'1. "fl

o.If''t, t'. .. ,Ok the.subject uf GESTATION AND CHILDBIRTH In Justice's. Court-Columbia. State o/Nerv'Jrrsiy, Ester County, ::.-Chas. DYSPEPSY., .
'. ;f ;;::.j 1I:1.EssRs.: R.: R. REID & CO. hating leas. by R.'M.Wrirlloff.! M. D.', late of Pirii. Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or m lid5ue has ever betndiscBtff

'. 'S':" ":. .LYL edtheWharfandthebuildingsattaclied, should has j nut be bern in the iisiirci hands in New nfeverj York.Man It and ii a Woman work whirh who County, Florida. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed nearly resembles the gaitriejoiei
r.\: : g."'!:' dnw prepared in connection with their true,according the beat oThis knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and .
.: haa incurred orintendatn incur, the reaponsibiluie Sam'L 8. Welter., ) ,. A rACHME T.J) slrtugtluiuM
!,., ;.: DRY GOOD GROCERY HARDWARE <>l the Marriage state. It will be fouad.f special value vs. I. Debt, 146 belief. t HAS. QUIMBY. the organs digestion as this prrp&raUo,af
'::t. -I. AND'MISCthLLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT to those wbose means benltli or other circumstances James S 'C.:Green ): Bond ,filed for, 92THE Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange', SnrFif !i11a. It positively cures every ass cf
art. :z. to do a GENERAL COMMISSION do not permit them to increase the number of the 2d August, 1847. 'CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsi, hoif ever severe or cironiCr. --. ,
'*?:::: 0 .? 3USthESS. their family without 'great inronYenienre. uflering ,Defendant and nU others interested Justice of the Peace : BEiXI3IPARThVST.: AU.ArTtJ"lO.1845.IE. .:/;
;; ; t Tbeir charges are established bythtSavanh iir perhaps risk of life. A method of avoiding there hereby notified .of the commence- TOWNSE.M Sin 1 have been'affiicttf
,,I .', '. .. troubles and at will. discovered of this suit Justice's Courtto .
': t" ;': *& iit dangers (recently byrelebiated ment ,returnable to a S TWO CHILDREN,8Jf VED. for. several with
.t\... :I;. :..: They are also the Agents of the U. S. Mail tel. in this,work.French The Physician.menns of)prevention is fully communica cost comparatively be said held at Johnsville the.fint.Satul'tl-v'.in, the Ninth Ditn Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended years.with sources diapepsiain.jti 0(.stc'awck, _;

) f.:' '... :.. learners at this place, and are now enabled rnothirig,and are'within the reach of all.-.-' of county, on April, not heard of one.- that used Dr. Townsend'g appetite, extreme..heartLurn, .and .a'pta
'.:!; :i: to offer ev ry facility to the Merchant, Planter The process. is IIf'W. sate; infallible, convenient and A. D.. 1849, and: to appear and plead to the Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the pout aversion to all kinds of food, and ,for,'Hki

' ..::\:::, ::" and.the Publicgenera1J,. simple,and cannot injnre the health of the moil deli- same. SS summer, while those that did not sickened and (what could eat) 1 .have been nnabh) ?to.rttia
V t-. .-' "Goods consigned to their care will. be received cat.. Nor doe*. it curtail matrimonial privileges in Given und r my band and seal, this 20th died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but'a small portion on my stomach.,_ 1 tried tit

-: =.: ed and forwarded with despatch.. the leant.ET day' of January. A. D. 1849, evidence of ita value, and is only anoth. usual reniedies, but they had but.little ftu
Their Store Office and Warehouse art situated ( There U,no deception nr humbultlf'r"nf any j JOHN W. PRICE, .[u a.]
." 1 ; ; : kind about this work. It i precisely what its title indicates er instance of its saving the lives of children: : effect in removing tie complaint. 1 was ind-
U: : d i convenient to the Wharf. ,a scientific publication containing information Justice. the Peace .DJUTowKSxsn.-Dtar, Sir:' I had two children ed, about.two nionths since, to try your Extrut

'.'.}.; '. ":- Palatka St.John's River, E. F January, of great value married penplenr those contemplating Jan. 27,1841. 3mDaval cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer ot Sampa l1, and I zziust say with little cpa.

."'U'..-.' "' .t',. t84 11 marriage expressed in plain language which all, complaint and dysentery,. one was, only 15 .fidence; but Aft r.uling.ntu11 ,totting
' .41' ,,1 ; .:------ can understand. The whole story it told, and the ('..uatyTnz'C.llectr. ftaUe'. months old and the other::3"yean. They were ..found my apj etfte'rcetorrd and the h tart font

'tr : 1f 1 NOTICE TO SETT.LERS means ofeccoroplishingihe ;objects ofth. work fully..I ,virtue of the power Tested in'me by law, very much reduced,and,we expected they would entirely removed, and would ear&eiiJy*
. ,:i.; and of faithfully it at given without,so that the readei may avail himself : BY I hate leied upon and shall expose forsale die, they were given up by two !pectablf commend the use of it tr those who bare beta
once medieine.initrurnent.
, '. .' Coder Armed Occupation Act. purchasing any j physicians. When the doctor informedui that :afflicted M 1 'have been. 'TOUTS&
.- : eo \ or other article, from the author. The ; before the ('ourt.lIoule'Joor in the Town .' .
p" : !;.: mHE UNDERSIGNED, Agent of the United means protection which it,recommends. may also of Jacksonville. the' first Monday in June we must lose.them, we resolved to. try' your W.VAKZANDl.
,:i '". : 1States Treasury, &c., will attend. at the be relied upon. without' fear' disappointment j in- next '(1849)) tile following lands, "'or,BO'much Sarsaparilla "we had heard so much of, but had N. B.' PurctasenonebutsuchastaTewnppers '
:i 1' : M' .., following places, on the days specified below,to jar,. thereof will pay the State Taxes due thereon little confidence,,there. being so much stuff advertised : that-hide;the bottle complttthr aad trite
: take and receive proofs, by depositions betore Beware of Frauds on this !With. for the year 1848, vi :- that. is worthlessbut! we are very written signature of S.P. TOVKSEVIfc' ,\
: "r...J .:j'. him in relation to the settlement and occupa. Beware of a'cntch penny fraud upon this work' at 2.000 acres.of Land,situated Nassau Rfver- thankful,that wedld'forlt, undoubtedly saved Principal Office,'126 FultoJSelt. "BIi1dbIt.

>. ..:: ; tlon of all persons who_obtained permits.under 25 Mauriceau'a.or cents Desomeax's only a decoy instrumental to promote $ sale f-. 'ind Houston's Creek adjoining lands,'of John the'lives both, I write- this that others may N..Y.; Redding & co.8 StatMt Bottcaf i.otf

.r.:::.: : the"ACt of Congress, entitled "Aa provide the same .ohjP'tthat the work ,itself pretends to be r Houston:particular 'boundaries' unknown- be induced. -to use' it. Yours,respectfully, ;&.eons, 132 North Second-st. Phihijk 1 aUr V

i II.' .:::.;: for the Armed Occupation and Settlement .I writ.en: the real secret of my original work being purporting to.belong,to Sandiford Holmes.A. JOHN WILSON, Jr. 8. Hance' druggist,, Baltimore;. Dvroi'k'e'
:\:''"L of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of.Flori withheld. Those who wish for,Unoriginal_ and,genuine S A. CANOVA, 'Myrtle-avenue, '. Brooklyn, Sept.15,1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen:CharlMlcB ,Wrgit
l!; !;,/.: '. da," approved August 4th, 1842, aud who were work by Dr. Weisselhnff with private notes Tax Collector D val County: -S LUNATIC AYSLUM. :&co. 151 (:hartres-st New'Orleans f>lOSBcutf
.t. .: eccupauts under that Act and the Act amendatory added by his own hand ran obtain it only by sending Dee. 4th, 1848. Dec9-6mDnv James.Cuminings, Esq. one of the Assistantsin Pearl-st.Albany; R Van Buckirk.292:fcf.'if

rr1:,'' ;";" ;: thereof;approved June 15tb, 1844, and directly and to.him.II.lhe-as be work employs wholesale no, Agents whatever 1' 1 the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell'sIslanxU is the Market and; Broad-tii. ,' NiJ.-'saiij1
; never at
.:4 : ,4;. who actually occupied or settled under said Book Aprnt Pedlar Postmaster Bookseller-therefore can no "; t'ountv. Tax: ol lector'..Wnle., I gentleman. S poken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchant tt-mfy

tIv4 .&L' Acts, and did not, voluntarily relinquish and : P'lIibly.t'urlli.h! the genuine: work. Beware, theref B Yyirtueotthe authority vested in me by, I RHEUMATISM. throughout the United tat ff.W fit lwJin>u*
: i; .:: abandon'the same; but continued to reside on e,of false, oi.s'aud imitations which may not on 'law, have lvkdiO, and shall expose 1 This is only:one of more than four thousand the Canadas. A. M. REED,'Aptfit
a .7 .., said frontier South.oi the line dividing:Townships ly be worthless,but dnngeroij J All infringements 'or sale, before the COtirt.HouseJdoor )in' the I cases.of rheumatism 'that 1/r. lo"ubeud's Sarsaparilla JckaoniI1eThd. *
'4r": = numbers nine and,ten, South and East ot th* copyright, are promptly prosecuted;and cheats Town Jacksonville-,,- oa the first Monday in i has cured-The 'most severe andchromc February. 1848. 1:1
tri... : tVe base line* specified in said Act of 1842, will only original sell and altered, work-no or abridged copies. Thin is the |,,((1849)) between the usual.hours of cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary : ,: :
only trot
';I b .' thereby aiding to effect the objects.of.uid Act, thousands of copies have been other sent. can by be mail genuine with ale, 350 .flcres'of Lund, drso much thereof aswill virtues :. MILLIARDBOWLlNa SALQQ$:
... the State Taxes due thereon for the BLACKWELX.'sIstAND Sept. .
\ .f. Z'L' TII:- perfect safety.CT pay 14,1847.DJU
"J'Jt'. .' :: At Newnansville, Alachua County oa Thurs Copies of this work will be sent,in a close envelope year 1848, bounded :as 'follows7,viv North by I TowCsSND-DcilT' ; : 1 have suffered LIeD "I
, ,. ;;: '. day, 12th October, 10 xhiys.'Y ,at single letter posag"o any part of the Uni. lands of.Francis: Richa ,;South, and East by terribly'for nine years with the rheumatism; ALLE1 "J

; "j.(:" At.Lug2undLvy County, on Monday. 23d ted Suites, for$1. sent post paid. to Big Pottsburg Creek,.and,,West: by Little Potts- considerable of: the time could not eat, sleep THE Subscriber has_ jecenUv', 'pr.rcUti

.t.; ... -l October, 10 days.M I Ih.i D It. .It JVt .\VEtSEr burg.Creek,, 'purporting C : to )belong. to George, II'' or work; Iliad the most distressing pains;ana fitted up \Billiard Etiton R ,
riJ{ .;." .,. Micouopy, Alachua County, en Thursday, Box 2710, Jtfepr ,York City. Hagaa: S "b' A. A..CANOVA, my limbs were terribly;swollen; 1 have used Bar Room, the'spacious"pren.hes forzerl.c1!. .,
PoBUCATioii OFFIEK S Tax;Collector Duval County I four bottles of .Sarsaparilla and they have ned f JdILancaster.
2d November 2.d l&' 938 Broadwav. New Ky Government ard occupied".bjr, .
: *i. ';u. Al:Augustine, St.'John'*County on Thurs York City. Dec.. ,4th, 1848.: Dec9 3m done me mOle.thuone.thousand dollars worth I. H e lisa also just'f n'sht:,spldi l.

. \ : ._::- day, 9th November, 10-days. Jan,f,1849.- 3m of.good-i am ed much" better. Indeed I:'am Bowling' Alley, connected1 :.Mith lisestWi V

;'i'i' ;. At St.Lucie County, on Monday, 37th November. : ', Executors" Notice.. '- entirely relieved :You are> at liberty to use :ment, and, at prcseut;;the only one is Jieww-
.:I .,' .. 10 days.JUMellonvilie. I .A. M. REED THE Subscribers., 'having been qualified as this for the benefit.of the afflicted. Yule, which will be open to the,Public cs Monday
; .':'<, ,:' Orange County, on Thursday, I aWd of the';last 'Will and Testa- Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS next;:'thr23d October.; As He b 2t5;&i,
.: \
... HAS kDltantl1' -on a well atidrted meat of JAMES'DELL late of COULD NOT, WALK '
!.. ..:. 14th December, 10 days Alachua county, ( great trouble and expense to"afford"tkiitarsatof
:;it M:': JLlOcala,:Murion_County,,on Monday,tat Jan. j deceased' 'r Notice is ihereby given-,to.all persons ThatDr.Townsend's.-Sarsaparilla: the.very healthy recreationhrtrtnts, -his extrtioaiwillberewariedj

:-i.; ;t'... vtarylodq& Groceries, Provisions, DryGoods i having iands..against. the .,estate of the.deceased .best remedy for. female complaints ,there is .% <: '/ *
:!:,i}' f':.,1! At Chocochuttie Benton County, oa Monday, Hardware ; present them without delay to the no! disputing; thousands and- thousands, ol JOHN_CLARK.will.always.keep.,on.hD4I
;/' .; t ;. Sth January,.10 days., Crockery, &c.. viz,;, undersigned Executors,'or' their 'authorised weak-.debilitated*females, that iwere-pros. choicest LIQUORS.,and U4VANLSG3Pc

' }t..;&::,: At Tampa, Hillsborough County, oa Monday, Superfine Flour,in bbli and U bblt; agent, James':G.,'Deli. ; at Newnansville,5. trated: by those*diseases to which females are and ,he feels,.confident :.that:no .fault. !!f,

;r.:.,;.t 30th January, 10 days. Pilot.Bread,.Sugar aad Butter.Crackers;; Florida, within. the time prescribed" by Istwor, subject were soon in the enjoyment of robust foun. < witnhiniiBtluVparticulsr. ,,
II.&k: .,i.:. At Key West,Monroe County, Monday 14thFebr.ary,1OdaYL hams;Bcou, P9rkF MBh f,Pick .t.9"gue.;. this! notice:,will be plead, i,in, bar ef their re health.t' ,,' JOHCLARf. .'
hht.J; V.4Cltere Coclfish,' a1tnic"'; ; .' ,eGte17 .n' .I'( '.U. J 1 f' New YOM, Sept.. 1847; Jacksoaville, OcUSi,_W4&, '.3ln J, -
!:i"t\t.: ': At Dad county, on Wednesday,. 1st March, 10 ,G 1ieD .uutter'. .. Cli..' ", < 'I'.; ; Aadtaotice hereby.given to. all credit rs.' DL TOWHBCHD Dtar Sir: My'wife has for _
; '.
T. 1' days; '! : .1'.nL'p" t'oee' 11egat aadpersons entitled" to"distribution;;. thejast year been,very sick, and in*' 'greatly' .l\L. 'i IKED. 'PLASTER K RISt
r.; All cases presented will be examined and Speria(Oil, Candles _. their claims will be barred unless exhibited reduced statei of;health, being?reduced*,by:avariety.of ",-'
;,r) ;, '(. reported ,and>enoni interested are request- Green'and Black /B10AftclJaTaCoif A'.. !:witbia two years from ,thisniati to,?thi Execu complaints such:'females are liable At ,'COGGINS&iCO"' : r'Phi1adt1dm .

;:: 'i '4: ,daebeirermitsdepo5itiuuiand witnesses 'Muscovado.S pi"KbM 1Iass.. ., '.:, i :, I' tors' or their authorised ageatu -t' to;she, got:so bad at length>thatshe was en.tirely .E. tinue to'-:mannfacturelTE&elite P.4i IlfF;
il .:) ready, und be prepared to prove their .bt t.. Re6.Ded.. .af.'C" eb .,, .i.I.t : t. (Signed' .':f.,1iENN.ETT'il'DEL: : ; ;.unable walk,and was helpless as a child;; .p! 'wh5te. i .t and 1 tnest .,
'Ij. .t. I ,
.U : .' sastafully, in cont Jl'Dllty with the printed in* 'S'" t tAt j A .4 1 H'Jl K. PYLES. she-commenced usingyour Sarsaparilla 'andehe.itamediately :that can be produced" t the low rate of llj37)! ,

"p. ''..;. ;:: ctruclioBS iorwarded each claimant.Cf -, Branfium. Gin,'Whi f 1 t:.' ,t,, Dee l'\.JUl.w1 ,d bw } ;began to regain her strength'barrel;'freshly:.put up\" iaeeU' .
't H.: HUGH ARCHER lOt .rLondo and '.Hhiprn condititron. .0 .;
... tine, hercomplaintsjleft herj after takingrse i
t 'J..i : United States. 1 tV"'Wine" Ad .)i(1i i a i)'r'8 i 't( rail bottles 'ALso; 8XERE TYPE. J8'1 _
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