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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
June 23, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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fp&k1b turee m I itOflS' of buIheof potatoes, .. .
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1840 Ohio Built
o q are,for Six Months,. _,: : .,,,$io 00Tjiitke 97Obrick. and2.7G4 -'.' '- ,-- '-' : ; ,S! '-4,.
wooden houses at u cost of$3776,823. P9bZ
ana Creditors', 700ie1tin Jls1J
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to twr mat *te WdpdpukioH J 3 the 1i trt 11 :
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M'P" notices'will'be inserted gratuiIt b'ail blilyitf foatr ? man nested 'by jew'York th-prqfr tn (finil noimya>n ?t NJV .% nJ4tU..&. ,
:, .. of houses. -,iKehtucky)i alsopt kiMt r etf tefc ,evjuence--iJ *may' 'U :il'rA4.oe surpclenwconvince I fc fGSffi.- fiWr. K? year, :

e ?All coramunicatJons must be-addressed' to vygini: spasEedQbiQin(4hjii ;more precarious aiid'l "niflshirj !r-n-WI avare! 4Dffil that it .ts-not2enou y fcT H WM 1aI ..trncounryJwa1Jdbu

C.rt J' .peqt ttk tcik 4rl ap4.i7 articl of.vigelnble fgod!isnOilist1tly. t:t1iy'.rA.' 21'D.; tn .mitiu. 'narticuiariy tUkiL&p ;. ; & .5aneed'ojnqstt9
jUl admis able persoual coniiounicaUons. ; woodenbouses; thus witlpn1y .vj b)e igviaj h.e Npjthcrny t ejS, Lu"l -onpuons 'Iti .
'bsrged es adverUsementt. ..- .. s- 1 4 i iiif Of'ti1&sh !au.i is- factxwhicH-uiwaysVdeseiyes to !i ,
'Aflbllls for.Job Priming, must be paid on the .built'75 rient th iuiliho V.r/tijw&iyHt&j i estimate 31t7. ik4 .of i' Their' S. 11iiE .LI'.1'f ZJ! jtz ,. Ili.Jj. H hH ii mfpa BiWWQiry PS natfctTapwk
.oe.consideredInjany eveuuitergnovini tnat a. tnin' is so
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4eriver7oI te work. S seOhiotdid', Therfacf is 'that I iir '" % 'UP..J1L Wllftftffliq! >fMKif % 4 4
to.Kfl0W WhT1t, iS-8o; APtI iclqiow.I JPneire
: Virginia andj l .inl -saohusettsjtajtflcuTtare* I isuifani'dlv* del: re.not gq mahyditpjiborhpqu "Sarnic9pnttojpra1&iflq
NORTH AND- TIII5- MOUTH. ; Kentucky!cpnstrjic4n< ie go it .Js icumbenton1 -% at,. ;
d f'!-'- 1' sLtfls LI t
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that year,' proportion, 'djj temp o nooh-error
oVertHrow a to the Rij
: as
: J : i' jthrong streejt eax : ;
fly El wood Fisher.A to the whoje population, black and the-finer itoris of nbreads dfis-ra. fact. ;%" not'* oultnat t it) iS sucbjt.USflO nat
-ti/Nip- iry ii D<*: .. 1dthThtQi
white than Ohio and 'AIa'ssafch\iseits. cjU >r-> .and lamented- 't q:5'ry: ; IO' & :) '4 tJ.t. ;.
which. is by irmtrst ti EtcI1.on the r cOTflIZed nrin-.
111Ed1trE delivered before the Young? Men's Mercantile This result does not appear; iriUeed1, in 'oneof'heV* leading"papere** "fL? the* Bostoh'Aim. 4 2 I "1 i ; ; *i4 %4 & qqzntythc oygrp' .: ;.

Library Association, ofCuicmnatij Ohio, : Vfl fii iy&n tiiwiB': 3. wlfiot siJiiiB jhpii1 '
the cities, on in-lhe'principal streets of TIfe l6\tm! tB>emY nlre
16ffc 1849. 1 oAP WnWw SBu J Wmm for ,lhe, firehe *o1i 1' ;
Jewry ,
cities and)therefore has nbt cohie to the from.the official;-returns oT.the tate.'iij! '
S of IC utb;. g a d daugb '
[Codinzudfron&onrict.J] knowledge.;,of fugitive sand, s.uperyial -Q1oi1; ; ; :- 145 ; ej Lrai img.j ., '
observers, or pewspapertcmr.s, Busji. WheaSlO.gOO. f 48.0QO ; :]62.000liWh'uKJoi .
tWe must now consider the effect but( i---it ; < the labors ofthVofficers 'ir.soyioeo 5 Iii.d85.oflo>" r IfcwMwtf uftafhe t :
the various elements oci vii izitti ri istiemonstrafed py flC9 ev&y ,'
) g.iJ :
;qa bf;rgovrfnme tv wh5yeiequiredto : ,
population at once wealthy and rural thepye&49lo; rM S 4
visit the a well as Buckwheat 102.000 20;! 2).WJQOtC.
lite that of the South.In country t' /tatoes -4.8.JO.OOO 4,767,000 83,0.0tt wi; ; vnh gj'ea:4: '-I- :r -
the lo.wns, -byrways.Us welt sil ---it 4 .V'V' -ar--u Vj8.s -
communities which* have acquired : t; !sAQ1pI.nn4e&AState& tescguituraLoMb9k $ m zk -' : '.

great wealth, it -almost universal tji S i9mflb1, yj :of I I jj thtgeai1displayfweaIth.and1, '
the ;
dence of ectraordinafy.
that such wealth is very unequally-> ,-;. : .-? */ "agcreofate** it* tu rir hL1 kter ieflhuli1: jko 4lnxuryjn-cttjes, whiehh&s caused thr -. %

tributed. Extreme poverty and etreme *- prosperity ana--wide-spread individqalcomforttof | duceasrnikl, '- t1liUo t% ; %popuh eroth44 tieyt rthe4pe :
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the Sat ? wHich hhi-e"bhl V* ft* x*4M'i*! ""* rt **ftipji :
wealth characterize the population s Lthei.Vgl.iQufuraT1Butthe : ,91qJLy0 Ji iar.- abodes of wcaIhttrn&ijwspetitfrpi ): 1.
selected>by.the new school of politicians' tp popujationjas ) -
-but the mass are poor-This is -ttriicles. they do produce and ; :?iPe91 gefltownat andthat.the( j States whejethey.{ abound NVf
:and political ionomis\S'as-iheLvbje'ctS
perhaps inevitable where manufactures je< ; their'probprtitfrts to'eaeh therVindicate ?irgint Statgftbunj9n moiouTJji&in aniOYhtITbyit .' t
of: their ,sympathies and the victimsof, woila : : tJ.
commerce or conquest are the means theirtheories. the;;qtl lii gfe a fa| 5t r bWK .a 1&n ath i gret Jeliver1inappearnd >*.0ayegientb
acquisition. And in England this is- cultural portion of* "popuTatroh.-.- pvJy4ji ,morv pfiti'rjpt f sicuiou3 1,tbat tbW

strikingly displayed. But it is i not soin Tire'same relative condition of, com.:, Hence i it;appears that theotfarnera.ofiMassaclnisetts cit'1o 5 i

an agricultural people. 1 know it isa fort in tlie two respective ? of consume'buulittle wheat agct4turejs pQreproductiv jet .".jK&j
V the 'Uhioir i is* indicated i in'theirfood..- -' < Jn
much Ibread affi Hand o.jqiplyjngtln bein
common opinionthat greater ;uje ;TV : C VJ

inequality .of property exists in the. Although Virginia is not1 an exporter t potatoes S.- 9s pLubsl4u f .' J- gC xliininknowiiihatJtAnytbiDgJbanlbe ; ; pI? !- PCiULflfld -xistenc- "S' (> >hastibeen-l4'I O proeu.Eqithe -: :,. c.

South than in the North.- But although.I of animal food, she ;is one of the greatest -< 1; ; i. t a r--- -. ofhuniin sub* practice-ofextravagance is.not.confiijed : -?'

I do not possess exact knowledge ,on producers of it, of-all the Stales.In .- shown* by-:' -factsI -ihavou4emonstrt .sIence: ,. anl are- .obtained wit hi-less of to the nchjihutextends. tpLCvef j'cMS. ;.. .. .

this point, there is enough known to; 184-0, she possessed 1.992,155 hogs ted' the ,l 1 f httjna4 brar v yyh jQjijg cityjifer or m eejbjre .: ;' I >
which is .almost .identically- same : ,, .:' 'J?' 4vg AttLe rivals each '
are strngltnwith otberto '
prove that this cannot be the case,- : S9iith OV.T 199'pTOlor ., .

The Stale Virginia allows, .number that Ohio-had,; although. Ohio *LOft to t ber33espect tv' ;numbers j jniike. .' t-tI"the 4P best.ttnpearance,$t, i"uI.ri4 aic tn- ui iIt* J.' .'.. ';- :.. *

exercise the elective franchise but wjiije. has twice .the white.population nnd as and thiby comparing'tlthe Jess pros- when, sown wili prpduge an Jhundted tt1ncuons; -'I ciass'are-i4 so "inaiiinct' ps';o i1 .* '

freeholders, leaseholders of five years,; |s-welt known, ,is u -large'exporter .of pe'r US bribe South'ivVi''tl fold, but no fabric ihejjopin, o'car-. makeath. ne 'amoitjous- ot eauaJflx -: >;f i J1fl"'
,, $ -- t # i I.t7.T..e% ; r fi
add housekeepers who are heads ,of pork, while Virginia imports in addition -; or. : the-q North.' ,,ttnd.t:' ,. UiV iini.7tsshim -pbeship.carthae.ns..value aug.. its mmeniate unenor. in a wor4Lie 1dbIn
families. Now it appears by thereturnsoflh'e ; to ..ber'otvnstock,,large quamity.ISTew havtbovn.lheouth.5 t S'j,toctbflHViQSV-4- ,"mentediirtbe athiirop rtionJ iittiut -.-. .a74I S : >
Presidential election of'.JB&iythat York,; yithxhretimeliezpopL1f) fortunate-.m the"di ri'butjoQ-jequaliozalidh'pf : ;th OtijtriiO et IC and onnyesve-id city tqanin'coun; n

about voter lation was materially..behind Virginiain -, wealth well.a 'ijr : s
Virginia gave 95,000 ; as. hcquisi .- -' -***.< M.v J 3.-,4 tJ i-* 'r-4.t i.; !12
.allowing 10,000 for voters who did not this, respect. SNow itiawelknown- lion. At all events, 1 Have;-resuedthe, merce and manufactureUre.chieflyaarrftificiul who .Denas over.her? worI -uqrircr c.'ii-t.-i.t tjo. etiv.

attend the polls, and it appears that that the great mass provisions produr contrqversyabejween t he-two&stons; 7-ngriculture Is fqr
there are 105,000 free white males in ced in any State,- are designed fqr ,domestic -: from the' control: ofbold .assertion and part! the worVofna1ufe.u''lVitrue/thi.w1.'f al : Hit/ SffT( nigriLto S p.P1r.earna-merresgDsIsteace.1*) :- 'J LiL .u1iO3 ,

.that State who are either freeholders, consumption, as the cost of. slipshod. 'declamation. ; and confided', it?' the facIityrinduced 'e which* 'v/i'/.articles* ; .* -are iy *pro, ?, until- uunneszgatner3 In ner eveaua ii tiiiJ =. .. .; ciI
transporting themto the.dwellings pf '- ij iti v"vt leaseholders, or housekeepers and heads the ocHpirage of argument ,ana qocuT ,J4 a 445P.1t --' ; ..5from
families, and by the census of 1840 agricultural people is toogreat to 'iziert. .5 el. theirj .valueUin fhiaVketp.and'thatne her anty earnings.the tribute. r :

there were only 157,989 white males admit of their importation. Hence,, There are some: .vho' eerktstatis.. 'prices off diflTereat UindsVof laboltehdFioreq xa_cVe'd1' -, f(7 b, fashTdn.};. ) : !an'd,array fnerselC' : :- S. :, :j tt 1

in that State above the age of 21 ; so the products of such a people! afford, a ticsi- arid assert'UhatranytHjng can be.. 'L < -J .* --'iil.tgj; *n, '.tt..1; i fin.Uue> 'also1" 'in aCot'tume a MteButtone dtivailuig tbeDre f .' -41 1

that two-thirds of them are either freeholders good criterion, of the character of their proved by them. But such expresstoil areffectedby mdas.-M1 ncrmeanscanjqa1 e i.t.j1 it. *- 'd i *
food. The.stock of neat cattle in Ne.W 4hereLuions of :and deoiandi country where peopledo not A. J
leaseholders, or housekeepers. ; think'are.p cui i to thos 'ho4eal_ : supply t -i.j ,! I
I Ido not know what portion the Northern York was l,9U,24-lj; in'Virginia, j -'II.5 ) assertion"chieflyandlitsd- it unpeaithftict Hence there is no'suchUdifrerence' between hveunaerench; other tiiij.soasevatLon.. and.i ni: "iV. i -

States are freeholders, but -I have was'. l.OSi.HS, -v the proportion-- oiT' ''tif Vrir-**' ; r > the,**Fv&f.profits W-i of the l I as.asa.aqak farmer"and i7.larl .-the. critiCismcontinually% .,, -W it is otnerme.- >.i .Iij

teen a detailed statement form one of the ginia beingstilt the greatest.' In sheep statistics zan,; w nerchantj;; ,s-: as t --tHe, -rejatiyej.pjpdfte Itis only 'when- SYisuingOr visitutbt j. sUannuarex !S. .? .'
alone was New "York better,off! IiaVi. vipifissi -theoceasion ordzsply pccuri an4tsic *.; ,
interior counties of N. Y., from which it .' '? JJjWha' facts4 j: ijyimjt ttht Jits13tbethselvS5poycf # .- .

appears that only half the voters were ing 5ll,7/7-whilst Virginia hadl, i n dickeXB u-the in terchange of corn- T-- .' isregulate( accJoiSr TI 3
(freeholders; and when we cbnsider.that,. 293,772, which, however, is onjfytabou(' mind not, logical orjhllQsophlcal- ihodhie&betweentheivo S.J classes; is by ingly. w true that the ,yerageu ?- J-y MC5'j.
150,000 less than her.sluIre. 1'b'e'pr&- '' -) '*' ; !< ? 'I ? [ ; mea1isMUa1 blf i %ir.oMiieac S1 ltfb' .
the cities of New York and Boston cond ; llougu to*comprehend and classify tHen) o V7 fithpse 1 rf- ,- .

lain nearly half the properly of the portion; .ofiouttryin virginiathat is> 'doii'ble> Vs.*.' f. ,, :.Biit.: m rerdii6yjV64hetJa1rairsJof" f JawSiPttradeij| *;*Ibe ayzie.JiQds4bS1Bce,7JUfld1iCOPaeqUeitl3fl. genrlly'reaterthan t that q-5 -'oNne rest iT '.1.oitbepople'iii'tn ., ::<4
of' New York. And in 'all1 IKese'articles the iind aimost' f .
States tate.
to which they respectively be- -. : t'JeastL 'tkt'LU'jt1P, tlieEuglishllIiJosophiCyoet ? 'I iO > ?J i
fongf.and that in those cities pauperism Virginia ts still more tn .superibY -: 4i t34: I'Whxt rbpertylofibisicivilized'lellowvmerj'inisppw'erjj7andtb1 equaisthatonrosperous Y1.0i utzcu1turaT j 4:.. 4PC I. i
prevails to extent than of Ohio than orNew, YdVk? 'fcjSi' : po"w -Sta03; '- But tnirwealtK is not' neirov | ? !- ii
a J
greater '
any''ker can'Vd 6nJhat' frorarwhafe or.'L
vte 't5
else in the Union, it is clear also is'KVniucky1. SdWat if it"$?iaid rea excise %vl&en] .rcumstancespermIt| ac- S tm m w 't. -J
very .1 -
itatfreal inequality of property pre- that New Yprk is'alri mpoij ePdrWcHprovisions ; cts'6nstiute'4ihejgfeatebttalnV? Sn'thWnnp'oshion brtftng PI36e ientimenUwbicb; the trom'theifluzinto i&imfiAW t ci > : { ,,

tills S and- : therefore J..t- consftmes_% .,. ,' qfi intereststh drriatS ksesion- ofpo.tvert saccoS S-1 -.wbohaveoecome, j.f4' (" r'7, rtcn ir..theoqntrv..5" .t'3 *.--i;'{ /

The State of Ohio,.a new State and more; than her S-S productiun inalcaest, A n&to th4'pJeJ udzcesofl) ucc1a3 t -vnd resort tottnc' cities, 'because 1t.4iU3 .... ::;t- I

agricultural one, and,jery prosper- what is to be said of Ohio, whichyex :' '01 I. C4 pjpd lf ih&apptiWMtnonopoly--and.not,5-ac- theyamiot- ctrryon'aozIculturaI( One. ,' vj.h

r,W8may be presumed .to enjoy a toler- ports them* 1k &No\v" in 'deteraiTnihg norm!, ana.the dreams of enthusiasts, cording tplwe agesofiaoorf andthel&Wf -iations S. 1 extensielmthecountry .-..- I .
equal of the relative comfort 'of1 two* civiirzed, tftc ATe iheitbWiiWftyerelniL IhVirn supply and'demand. *nfffae' KJpn- free States, ins tesult8 from the bl2ti. f ;.f. S i.I"
ijly ,distribution properly."ere 'ZJce }
are in thisStale the last as. communities in the same"cliftialei'thc Ypa klyof he* hei'essanes' f I iife' vhich'. 'price-of, ;'agrIduItUraL, iabpr. _-inth- free V ',, .1'fc '
,wby '- 1av fff-t Jtlr'a> Ji>' 'XTV f-W 7 ; ; I ---3# N
Snentabout fifty thousand pleasure quantity animal food they respecV The;ele iental particIe8oftiuthzI1i1i agricultdre 1- 'A % fui'j.ir4> 's ;,'some' T- ; '-S.tates' and itsnreguiari.' ,,U". 4nudus.,: ._ t'I'ji'; 1' -i"' .4'
ively consume is a well established /af thecmpst Ufemgr3spciali| nndpolttical.revuluti Ious iaoqrer.on.a1irm sooraenturcs :'
rrzages, and.the possessions of one;of r5 ; ...J.s'3ptI- I tJ ? .
thee san indication of a comfortable criterion. YetJt r is'aStarf'jnjlijs1warmer'elimate sort. statistics on this. QRfisHoq. .be15 Jr>thistory.,fei 1 enabled Ja*' .enougtmon'y. .. etI '.$ .1
> 4t: {J *jn >y ii'j JfUi> % *-*-<4 -S '-S -9 -
jwiuott of a family. In Virginia oiis ming tKe'gFeateproportion. cause they are 'so much einployed cbbx ta*exYork'' f rbm :B ? who VwaS1:VfJ T'enc,1ff j ; .
: !* *-
-'S in 1847 and; .- For'wheri'it is considered :JcrV8 YtWd oRlh cRh ffaa rjMipeech tl' : unterhisbrrtbirhtfor: ; a messoD.ot I IMse
jaewere over 19,000 ; 9- '- 't ** **
** aAvhite; population about one that the tfaoiis killed for foodratnhe1; : of the Senator the cplumnroPer. tng1Pj.fewmypreferea j i1t ijk4Ji1- :

r .a*great as ours is npw. This th Editoriw4iW$ ontinUa1ly ssaiWd the lighter labors of shep. teqd Js operations 5-'L 1t.' n. h tIi- couUtv.txe-s t.J'4-a.1 0* S ,

:; 5"that !the Degree of comfort which and neat cattle at five or six ye ,i tjj tft siaL p rnpa j :JierdtJife f -til la&et/ *"W" hence'trofirW'? 'sib I j

). ",f5tablihraents indicate ismore7" wlLnppe4btthe .ex'cess ot animal; scarcity> w corn/becam, depnaenr. ; on, :ties 1t tOWn. .EVCII tosqvno wpuiu. : '
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ti- ?*-*r* i i 'J -rf-r nr:
foodiinVirginia orKentu. ky4ver' Net.t- 18 7vanil 'ester ; lf,1d'ae -:
tIi 'sedin Virgniiathan inOuo. The in prerhs gy s.a :- I: '

fwiioD of dwellingsVuilt in: aJe'ar,* qute; : ':j nvarsbctweeniagrictt1ttuaL ye-desu4toenjoytbe1rIoxune&. ..4s inao.4-'tIGik- 4- t'S 5

ify *nMkr j indicaiion jot poinfbrt, and; large 'of anofflhuIM'l ;

4egree of its diflusion among. -peo ___ i8 (Well'ac: the freelpopuUiiohvptttie hav generallv-conauere: .''. "! ttten '.spna :tneir; Ieiurepteispniy**' fri 0 4 )fl4.flr-. bIj I '
? According.. to the returns of the fqrmer tofjes fe iSg asa&k# oute4p e arj 1QQQ9Q% .w& nenborhood-.rrom the vant ,

:& jals in1840, Mdi b setts.wIioulatjon : A'5Teferehce toVtheTqaastiifiV lity.fibi 11tjxtt ..jMce4onCortlieionque ; '

ih aly thsmeYirgiia1btiltrr324Thrick ;and otbe yegeiabl f OdIed or hcrnidusty-undeapitij. 1us 1ipt3i h1WPb1Lt3itj -. e.

tot thV ameicohclftsionebf H4'iJiiWfttiri.M rer moretan thenh br,1 ,OtflCrV,: *:S' nts afltt1creQreIckt l4'iJt.r r :'

.uues that ctVvbnesMifl tin yrawsKOfc xr cnpraKisiu :
yean Vhginit'build r h 1I'Ctrade ? vra & -
fttirly MS.! and cdstliestymat at'JSVviv : ohtCulatobinCe il, inni r l fe S
% ( cooniesueverychme, domest1c..syserns; : pe-waa;, or ; S
tsujJd 1249; dy ither .9 I-- *,*; $p5i* Lti e S serntvniijltons- onscrutInIzint A4sMntefe JfHw &., ,, ': t Ii
same tlttiplO9,7 ..
year, Virginia, 2,604? or -j1BLf..p1U t -
id t"d1fl double.rjPhe cdsi-6f HhVJS'Vrtw 1bushCls4 tbaOfNe3VYuiyt18644Sot !the iTasst1iusttts.sfemen nib Fi 4-.tU4 4tS4fl 4 J I'7A' '.-. *r.->riWfJT&t iJf ii-r A, %TIii irtf-VO I 1
; !l n8j wir8t5g6j; ;; OhOt167 I6Gk h, Yebttof **' i ** *-" *" Htfl? ;4 .: 1i
wV tetefe"wrKisw :
5t fettyr nl l fltheeas1WhL ta1rsipre.ei1fleptflseuitkaflLpOItt&kal ; ?8 I. Ii

!,. the &utlli.tte5M)1. i4 ,power ''ahnPUgnVitTCpmprehendsn ,o ; ;. 4
; 1aib ?
16f th
.vl* ;
!houses of.iiilassnchti5ett8be .ijt4-rf islrttt5/.
*n iiU

ntl ,' t&ble? .- to:- ,the1 t fb\iite : ; & : I'v& ,. Ba? i
-tlBfr l l UCturirigtrut3Ues pQpjtwuQfiWet t.1gP-*: h !Q 1kr &t %?pie ,articles pf Jiumai !|? Ji8P S '. i
!9feW FtofflateW :
LUitdugbt .1o
buiLtinitginaab44Piaysa 'lL' 1.t *1)
beS. >fe: |? %%?{ MOJDf :

5I aps t; l hajare( r *
> *-' T -"'IT* r>r'tyiw 4 ) eaitn pt t ercpe4aV tL-4 ir4 !A1

1ruI. 6'fl iaBfif Stat& !OtiUWflz

., 'eUs-ispwing the supenor flt ..O .tepeOpC. Jj
SIher dwellingprit-prove i since; -s mproi i elice t1 ianavtJtivn'., -;' ; :.
'* : .- 4. ti. L 4tr ) ptiIhihus COfltI SUflZtPtOrdLU1rI ; 9 1
w w el iilllieaualhv 'oal ofBoio
sd'hiucji oIeadi 'naii I r'u'fe\v Sate boiJire. THe pouation
l ,
; of prpperf A cplnS?f* : r1krt1op- wucat irgiqia, % -ia 1825 wz 43Z93 u4 j in 1i
uTtiz Eiuqb r :which the world con5Unfe xiuid"bencer .
fthc mhuo : I --' Si SS .
iscs** built* 'in" New York\f 4 *, 5-. r ,- j S /1-'" .-"- : Sa

r* .- .

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S : -

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? u* _ _ ------ -- -- ;
lb II .
-' 4 : 1845 tbOnth population tn.Veed of de-1at -:" W.r.wPt .

'; Acre bM beeh no'nbturnl 'increnVo'of; : to agricultural iPi me I4 b

r : the population! of Boston intWeBty; resulted,in Franc :- : ece4QTt4.
size of fa a1t
c erage ; ar t'
'. .. or four ocrcs0 heMjzier theirlawbf
::.; dc'4nbp ,-_ ,. :
i.;: ::. 1? iiijdifjf.r 11I. descend;by-distinctpmprietore. And *- 1 + ---

'i : ; kbhlchtit on its inpart; Jot Scotland,, and- in Ireland, : .'"{, -:-- tSE! ? SSfc sSj* irSSuii.1fiaaiS.ifi eiotut&Ln _

trictiiof' :a similar size ire held by separate : i) -A.5 Aa4T smnsttiontnat'fhe ,- -. -

j :i ; !: itabltt-df. citiwVwhicK! waste tenants. And it is: precisely amon ---.- ;,- __ &itSL- ;,-j -- by inyon whohInt1et
h S : i --
.; ouCwmust' 'ndd tiIz "the peasantry% "France" "the croft- ire f cc1IK; f'Cons jslencZ. gruub'eit11 ,
i. '- : .
.:i' : '. ation'to which they ore; subject. The lers.qlpcotland, and the-vatiieraot4soandsnii- : :: '

:;.,;':iY city of;*&ew miST Tfnii'Qj wiir

W' tvl:;'. P dred -thousand-people, l -- taxed Torthe; 3 :L pverspread* tf- .* "the-S'fi-1 land' ,v-- -. -f-7'-- A'DSjijo'iii' / wt V >?'&wvt*'" ff&pri&y'"' : &ffig
itW Noneysat 1fl enes tf/s -:;- z
L aboitthrcemi1IzoflScLlc' arbarism. ana starvationthe --I'
; people
: : present year S t4 r'M.goNTANE $ *
: "* sSS8few.
i : ? mSSSEl
; l&s arsunv which sixibout1fa1iamUc1i The, divisionof-1and.for culttyationini.USiJ fl9Ve,4. .% UR'DaEwsRegiat % VnetiantGounciL; ofJ1'eniWbeTe lgyfediukof A
>jt --s *?--" t :* '-' *

r cr' ,k:' : tribe taxei'of all the fifteen Southern to, very. Kx.t small,tracts ,> is desjractivofps rOfthe Land Offict ttie ferifeifc_ .. _, Afl rthepoqu j Bbly
.* rV" f. -- t i -"L'3 s VI6. *V > f* rtlwas
j. ** f T
** ; S
> 1-value.. soil of t _
$ ; combined.. VjThe. Jr ranee, ,.on nrnvprncTd
r 1 -.t Tall 'T.Hoio ric erto amber aflat astL
r irpji- v \ -- am denounced to him.-t WIjr
flntthcost disastrous and appal-l ,nf unnstial.fertilitvrflndrits: cli.niieco -- ( ;. pJ p4i4 :
-- d fthe
WLioi"iC Ui-bi
;: lrng consequence'of city avocations- ; genial as to be .favorable to-* .
,-z$ -, .**. i_. ,4 w-- '?' /*-- -44 it- 1 tt( 1 to their
: t"B1owwhfl'thetsfl
;. the waste of human life. In-the: city* great variety of'4iTj.-1-- cIon8.bJeLfiierQp99JtLoEofe9w! t -i .. -1 : behad Of trumpeter

; 1 of New Yorlc, the deaths last year exceeded .with. its' **a**dense i/J.'. n4 Jflieabove arc;the latest;.victims nC tbe han4 tbt4eali ofo-
: 14OQOOr oiie 'but of in the ,neighborhood of Great itItbtsrnightycities'tie Jow J- ,.Puffawayt'L. :
person ev/ *r.* ; --isT-*"- ><, *'-' ,- our IaIty: ): PresTdenti There'are hfiMi taitotr4 '- -- __4 Iatwe
and ;it of ; .- ; tire sjdt1ig -
? ; cry twenty-eighty was a year gatetma b tiwO or thieooffi ofr : claimthat tneibrnndeny apJo
ay $ we itis
f :. f f ; uncommon mortality for that placei kt1dtheOrld the averageyalue.q1 :.$ o.)4(4; :- --j :' -i,* *a -

&P- $ The great mortality of the Eastern ci land. I8flY! five' or" sixdoJacsperacre! tThr 17
; Pg : h tieaJ8uosedto i belong chiefly to the is* less" than"" K '+m'-.'-'Virginia.. r .J-.f In Eng r make public 4tbeir cause 'for removidgCcl naIld1en,1et'u impress npoakfc

feft ** emigrant population. Bufthis is not landthe average size of tracts bldby sumethey fft1 P41isbUt'alSO'tO prove he har1 IcaveJOo, aomustMleaya,

Ic the case. I In 1836; -'when* the' deaths the severarsorts'of tenure, is about 450acreX -Tbe-iii h svhinjwhicIiha; > lately 1 eiitii. Buterewegot ,

8000 in New York little ; "which is about assmaHascan >V'1'' "' \ gcsuponwbichtieyrO1ieykaV5 _
:: 1. were only a transpired in the't"- fs' $ a*It fens
: fourth and that be made profitable-as snfall is way constituted:themselves sec etinaituponlthelrepuiatipw trzbq' fables pottry [
as will
fz !; I. over one were foreign ; compatible ';? J> iVT't'HW'1't&'r: ? : we

1' must have been about the proportion of with the;due rotation of crops, -the" ,- affair I-1. *'of* .'. a "/- r-v-.v--(S.-'C.' /)' !lieie ofBtiins-, -- ( t

:; that population. In 184-7, "the-deaths a judicious' variety of stock, and the Postofilce- .4 -an vkv'y account- -"V.of ti**which i %. ,v/rom, the victim has ho opportunity ,for e-i !' wi .soni.;. poW'r
in the city of New York were 15,788, prompt adoption of improvements in the Columbia South' Carolinian, we fending ?himselfnd such 'a state of --:'- -

of whom only 5,412'eeforegner although culture and utensils. In France, the It wad frae
4 monie
give below7 Our President has hitherto is abhorrent the institutions of blunder fre.
things to
i.tL the of that owner of three four farm _
'a mortality year was a or, acre p1,_ -t :- r And tooIh]

1' ; t; increased by the'ship fever, which was worth only $25, cannot of course afford .been t.ria excused on* -account .ofhisS our country, and-can verb tolerated. ,. .Together
S : t ** :M withjire fable ofTh
4' ; very fatal to emigrants. The deaths to buy an improved ploughs-much jess impotency i in r the- ,.- Cabinet- J -ji/ljt1- but: ?',it if ap- y a/ree,people. > 1--I::: : : bn'sskin. n*> s L In.ths'

week before 'last were 286, of which can the renter of such a tract in Ire pears now.that he, aptive in,pun.ishinghis ? -t BLItI1t1I

V 108, or more than one- third were for- land. It would cost more than :the ..
of Er:? TheSurveyort'jCreneral.
; politicalenemies;! ; as any 4 cornplains steps, -administer co
t.. ein t and the proportion of that populaSff.Xr whole 'crop is worth. Accordingly a
his officers. all the somewhat 'tinnec of master and
Notwithstanding ssarily,; ourhivi perbap&totake sliitljti ,
.v:1. t'f tion is now much more tnan one-tnira. large' proportion of French and! Irish / ..--K.* *> % 'i-f-; ': '-' '
<% % : i The mortality of New York is much tillage is performed with the spade, at clap-trap abSut earlier Presidents, the "'"-" ? *accused" i'ftf"'i r him' of turning *o.ii'of hiIowu soul at ot succeeding to;* id oSaTii
<5- 'fJjby { JJoffice'MraiHeia
jaagvkri&&K? !; ;: greater than it seems ; because, being a great expense of manual labor j and, test really- seems,Jo be-" did you vote -' *}."U'We. 'distinctlysta- J S-feW:*4r : anti caz'put the zpe &(tig
; >
9J -!( "' t -V-f j v4A-f -t '
( > -
| ; .-.f. f.. so largely emigrant from the interior accordingly, it is in England chiefly, for roe or not 1" ted that the clerks! .in iOfliC.r&gn.? : f- inflated$e Edijor n that eventful al /B

jr//ftK- and from abroad, proportion of adults where the tracts are large, that the POSTMASTERS GEoaaErows.-i-We ed-and ; it he is'reserving it foiToofth.
IN that it had been
.: in her population is much greater modern improvements in agriculture staudiatWi1liamMcNulty- esq" has been reappointed r-- -r f; : ,, _;:- ,a intimated fv to ., :Even were ,we, Instafled jato

than and adults have been made Postmaster of this It them that theywould be "learned.'peofmioi ,
: ordinary, among mortality -and there the soil is 4 places is said -:we i coiild not
jrtW'tM /.* .. is not near so great as among more productive and profitable That that Mr.iMcNulty was rempTed two or :threeweeks'since But we- nevercharged' ciirfMl'.r r. Putnam l thejjerm; "a poor lawyer?* td
"Jt :' the that he had vv -c* V'j" r iv> u-w '
/ children. New' York has 50,000 children some Virginians, instead of adopting ported Gen.,Cass'at supposition the Presidential election sup with having; ifltflflate4th!i'!. Juwa EdJEtor so great a sticUer Thra t'

.>. .: less than her 'share. some:of, the new methods of preserving but the supposition being unfounded, the Post-; probably those.hankering:after would scarcely use the w Otira artlde

: In the last twenty years the population and restoring the fertility of their lands master General'vreinstatedbhim.on receiving a particular, person was alluded to-,
the cffices and
b believe Mr Putnam
41 :' of New York has nearly doubled, choose to "emigrate to new States, proofto scticn thatliewasa genuineWbig, we ; th !

,. -.t'-; ?. but 'its mortality has nearly trebled. where the soil is already rich by nature of and casting had not 1iIsvote'for committedthe th high Democratic'nomi,misdemeanor could hot haVe- -prevented this had seems,;by theEitor's

?/ .* : According to an official statement and is cheap, results from a mere nees.U------\: 'Q *tY *- -- be wished. He* has sent us- Vlf a copy> K / Wf of; in thi-forazxi; qft ;: tat some c4d1

: ; ;J .. of the duration of human life in the several calculation and -comparison of the cost Can such things be and not excite our special her note-. of-- resignation rt but+ f "we fiV *- -can at least BCems reposedin thfieffortatM p

... ) avocations in Massachusetts of the wonder/ And yet the Winyah, Observ rmakes ,- T V 'I -a-' i thet otiho
n twosystems. And if it be found / hardly believe she Avould have :Editor to the:coitijfotfl
i..; 184-7 it that the of the statement in all sincerity,and we fte bound resigned,
; appears average more profitable to remove, to a new ding! MKertfore?if-we
believe that this transaction did actually occur had she not,good reason to. doubt.Tay-
: 1 : Agriculturists is 64.14 years. than to renovate an'old.sal!, it i is ah evidence as stated. In connection with thievery same any givetl p b we'd LWZ1n write as

J1.:.p,. ': Merchants 49.20 of thrift rather than poverty in reappointment, it is rumored''thst two commisaions -* br's no.paityprofessions. and we would'then be satisfied1 r -' .

;..:; t. Mechanics 46.45 the emigrant. And of this the superiority existed at the same timer-one in the hands -.4PnLinflcYuonhebgofina"L.t- --- l

.i; ..Jv>'-. .' 'i:; Laborers 46.73 ot the new southwestern over-.the of the present incumbent'the other in, those of S[CO1MUN1CATED.J J dfs cont'eh6'turny' *
his successor. Both appealed to the broad seal When inthe of human In'thietti;
northwestern States which course events, it becomes -5 -
4t ..4 is' This is the average. life-time m theseveral appear as evidence of laim,and occupied portions- of jn which its:Current eVer blow aBh6 aswhereth
: by a comparison of their necessary to join issue'with a bag of
property same building the
1' i : occupations beginning at twen ,attempting performance ayin&tMes ever
population, is ample proof.* of the functions Postmaster. The refused wind" due regard to the opinions of mankind apearlo 4
this '
: tyyears. According to the three thf"M&akhuitts
to depart from the letter and terms of the .com- requires that we declare the'causes that Impel $
1 f'' :. avocations of city life, merchants, mechanics Conclusion next week. [mission, which secured him the place for "four us to so Quixotic an enterprise. *: *& :! 4.J e skndd-Pro; dence:|

: ,: : and laborers, average about : *ln the Kentucky Auditor's report of 1848, years,"and defied' emova1 until its xpiratiO .4 Let facts be given to a candid world.& onstgTatituder1nd idjao spirit of sea

:: 46 1-2 years, whilst rms live more we find a table, (No. 16)) ,of property' in that Importunity or political affinity prevailed with The bigoty; piesji-Tbank God,, o'feetbai
Editor of the
the tunjust Judge,77 and retained him in Republican madtw i '
L''i : than 64 1-2 years, or one-third' longer! State/which indicates a degree of wealth and place. { nevereieipre ied1he soiIwher
ty.t: :' '. This enormous, and I' had almost said of its equitable allotment, which may challeageamy "Is he honest and capable?!had, nothing to do arate and! distinct "calls' in his paper for a pub? 8laTei3rdoes'* --K'i" T exist- -' *T V. .- "
; ; with the matter And aWiougli Vcw.
as proved lie f to make ,
atrocious destruction community comparison preparations tof theapproaching -
I. of human, life, fact restoration? nIf < ding totheflepublicanour "mental r

d I: crhich is continually! going on in the With Without less property than S100 worth 12,964 7,43f parents." this'is conformity to the example of the 4th of J lyanitwaii altbonghtthe;first may U4b5jZ.b 'theseNorthern.lands capacti it 1SiI'T

: ,. k;.' towns and cities, is enough of itself toaccount With from $100 to $400 12.344 "earlier Presidents," we must avow our preference his own- T''responsibility-- i ,and"the second'f when they'wmeln contactwlthjour,

':.:.k for the superior progress ,of With from $400 to'SSOO 5C85 : for the; nonTOnformists.;; Insaying tbus "by request,'? yet the attempt was a i1ue.2 ;P }
agriculture much, we beg our Whig friends to remember institutions, and then wedeairefromtheni to snbse
With .
SIOO Not that the
Citizens of ** "
f ii. "* ** '
; W in wealth. The loss of 28,791 this'community are"6p- *- S""*-*s.1- 'Mjt 5l
.:. 1'; so It: has been alleged,, that in the South there that we mate no complaint because of removal?; posed to tn eTdne 'aiEToccasioh their emissaries,and allies wheren
z large a proportion of time, in adult are about far from it. But we do find fault that all the ; -hallowed *:
only slaveholders.
., ., '. years, the expenses of sickness, and the posing each adult 300,000 slaveholder tohave. Well an, sup average generous edges of the canvass have been falsi 1to? very -American, but they were not ,.. .-- -DE&.ARATi eternal *,>,
fled : OrI&i:7 ,
j: .; derangement of business, make an aggregate family of six, the slaveholding 'population and castasieaa el i .paraphernalia, disposed ha&illihe patriotism of the lownor -- (J :
t ? : of the South would amount to 1,800,000. which having served the purposes intended.; J "
; of itself enough to sinlc any rea- county monopolized by one man,though that MrWiKE. It
is probably large a proportion as the landholding -- : t appears"jthat Jcur, t t
: : ,
: ; aonaoie rate oi prom or accumulation j7 -<-- j : But being unsatis'fied'witn;
of the
population of the North : Political ? er. ffr.biLAcbfli
"11 in any pursuit. And hence it is the ; -. tf L.Jt: a thi denonstratiou otpubUcapathyatbiiik t : g.-lr-1 i t
":; t South which is much Were possible for:any act- of.'the di ted to'theEdiior Bounty;was inco .i J Vjf1 j
: so exempt from, A4ui.s n1 *f/Vavf A gvnt* ; end ri tsetthie'nil11Igt and in'good'healtaX QtrafcrmsiBt
: r the corrosive action of cities on property -. It appears our correspondent in yesterday's presentdynasty to produce such an effect cninery- m* motion't -ir, by J caiicuskat,a pritTate .1-" from St.* ; wu a gatleman
t .i jaary'i who
L; : and: population, has made such rapid Union was"no tinii*taken in relation-to the: circumstances we-should have been much astonished 7 office it :,a 4
i. :.. progress in: wealth. of Navy Agent underwhichihe'Iiieappointatent jn this city was made.; The,cor at an intimation iti the ]last number >tend. *This*too proved a failure,-frowned, tiie pIrtictthra preciseijfas.WjEigive.the( j

4l ,1 Thus, then, the superior productive respondent of the Bultimorq Clipper paper of the "Republican," in reference down i>7' hInest coiidenices of some othie rWe"hj5ipeh) ilfc'B.! iwijVnot A
: -- ?ljTVJii5ii VI $
itr : ness of agricultural labor, the great friendly to the administration-has the follow J'4 -3; '' ,- ij 'tjt ; fa: tt ii '* Y th'C? r- sortd t self deadbecause:: -; Jsj
to Col. Pons we'announced himsovw1
:$ >;> r f ing paragraph relating the same subject late postmaster. .of this "f' "'' '' '
trinsic value as articles of necessity, or : r r -- ***f -r{ **- VKplace. ?-* azda naicies ied: whi te majorily sonilk- rt- \ *' 'J' 4 *-

of its products, the Thc Qeorgetowners.'are much chagrined inconsequence Not! contentwith ;executing of the Omm .."_'_-. V pubticait.," -*_;--I. -.- t -. -. -
mmVrv extravagant style of the defeat of their candidate for were never. consultedt lad, -- : a .-
I sf4theirsigiiatares '
; of living in towns and cities, and final the office of Navy.Agent at ,Washington, 0. Al.Linthlcuin. their victim, the -pnrtyadminisra. were- 'requested.- .Wet- object* Abbot-Jwrenct1iaas1guiied his acctia( rj''
jP- ly, the ruinous of human 'We'were this I- a '' -; ;' i.--V'*"* 'iL II i -' '-- < of the appointment of Ministw to 7 5)
waste life and informed, afternoon, tion organ-consigns him to a "dead ossoUy' not to thepen6us designated, to.officiate onthe; EngUa
;- :. that Mr. H. Addlson r-S/j tf.ji u -' : *
labor they occasion are informed a meeting of the sU.jUv -* vt .Thomaaj Wj,Chinnfttr Wnisiana '
enough occasion alluded- but ;
to ;
which withsomeofth&res.pectablesndjugl : ,
something -
: 1.t,:: L to account for the fact friends of that gentleman this morniog, that we never appointed to ,
demonstrated [
Charge Naples James B Claf
previously minded, bf the Editors-own j, ,
the.President told him that he.had, preferred heard off before but > .
: being a specimen }; -! '
of i
the triumph of the agricultural -; Mr. Linthicum. ? sVn.of Henry. Clay, Charge to Portugal **& *
andsupposed be Jiad been $$12, deprecate. and discountenance the ,
& ,
; ;? I' States of Taylor literature 'means about r- I-p "V- 1Thereore ;
i of the South over the appointed. Sonic ol the Alexandrians came to asmuch : vi" .'rf-'ti- >*' PVfallOfNeyorkAid :Genlffjlk,.
-'JWV f ,' -' > the 'assistance of the' t *t 4 &'t ?' 't'>.\n "*i- .' jt
Wl >sJv: But it is Lathroj)'s appointment, however has been anything -in.ourcriUdsnis upon the course
that %f
objected the
Northern [
tefeuf. States officially.announced.9 -;. r. ? -. -and then says "requitscat in f the Editpr Jn histhatterhis;: ; fpartyjaknotamenablejoUie tMajorGeneral DaTM.LTWIggS, bUbenIP'
are more populous, and that if In,view of pointed(6; the c6mnawi oftheWeerfl
r. : : i the circumstancc3rlike those.above pac'R, which expression, if intelligible, charge acting in concert with
average wealth of their individual stated, whotcari !longer doubt that.Gen...Taylor him}<>* & .beinjr iguilty. jdsi tenorancesijpr ry* Division, in'placejof a.Gaines, dec aiei1
citizens is less, the aggregate wealth is the mere tool ofhis cabinet, and does not, in is singuianyo inappropriate, as we are ..- t-:T J- .
:v'.1 of the State is greater. This,., however fact; knoW wh'at (-y'are4 doing5 in his ..own much mistaken if Col; Pons does" rest? follies a me of which we will.proceed to notice, i 1L [FromthN.Y.HeuJd: : .
c .d1 ? Painful it jf oJ1OMfzI
name is '
as .we feel bonnd \
to lay t- mffffjftMifind.
: is of no consequence to the argument. such facts before he American in peace1'aTter fae\cfa ge tofw1iiciteseabstruse Li1adIaerr.1uji! $* .R'
j $
that bag
people ilI
% f they we .
; !
S ; : .LilL .d 4'k >! invaablyu 4heper. '
: ... The aggregate wealth''of Ire never again elect to that. : Bythea falcalathaayfro2u'
may most,,exalted.of words hare the : maicuiine
;V.L. ;L.. ; land is no doubt greater. -than that of all offices amah wh6/h1s nrifi>iends show7is -'- .i jjjtro; ,pfonoun j thV it r ir fistit, J- $i:pgM7th ,

; any of our1 State's, as her population is totally incompetent to i perform its great and responsible .duciion.! .j i- uti* % i- '-t. diOu3ieW8 in reIatio Qrth6aphyty4olegy 1aejOIeon! ? %w .

; ; :; so much greater. And. yet her people duties. Let us have .-fl0 morO'duch : We- say that the Republican,--Jnot hand zniaz" (Syu1 z) tthQ COfltrsl7 not .(qthereyolutjon fad bi ken'Ou ..andtluttiMjrarnfyTand '
"S cuxid Washingtons.But:these facts tend toshow nabid declared in fovor'of.C"-
,. V ** I die by thousands starvation. jamj'r' that Gen. .Taylor is an honest content* *ifliefl'diHg'iPon! o ) thatud&ng L'dL jTM 'ial
man al .
> <,, He.boldly ajserts jthat he iot '
I constdering'the condition of our people, though a weak'one in his ciril capacity, to;say "dead ossuory,; makes a dirctim. 1, .did oppose the : ean3jdentmet thedc1r4t4& a.
: t as affected by their respective institutions the Iqast' he-weri? fnbtbut was dishonest -*neachment JJ1 ** I *'*7 ofbia i ;I---j -- : fionthexii meeting-jet i- .the.putekirtarot Jh.9"citTj a 4. & ??

? V and pursuits. "And I thinkthis.. and .wicked j we thinkhe would no't be no i constantly .-4 A ""<4***"*.>'i*' -charactcrthuverv,3 i '* :e't Ii, 2i n iogy 'that be *a4'8tLUleircQzunanderit!
a S the niakingf.these) ,admissions, which r bow unnecessarily, nddinginjuiytoJneuIzIt Jiere and ta
great point invlilch patriotism and his ; say onthe same ground Vt beakumed e
own .incapacity;4andn simplicity, nnd, the ?ietiarto lanfitioTJ.'ifteri tdfldutIheyaoteing
philanthropy and cob relation to his'rernoval ',' to the j 4 '.*"'*'" ""* > says 11 -
philosophy, are great perfidy of his cabinet to -bis good & oppose celebration of the 4th-'of W W
; : cerned. S:4' aril fame: 'Washington tTioi. '**W -I--Is -not-I'4' ,- ont'- ; opponents-c.- July; because*wkexujt j %|uiiessni jejriwd to n ead it:
: But it ; ) U-- ;*
: asserted that the'system of D ( fortq geti1s
I, the South is ;The Atlas twits urofbATing bald bend iii 1t matterto'asce? 1e t'Pt'kYki; Oiiarcb 1 th
\\m& ** fsf& depopulating j that the people a j this"is ( ; tlatjbere sbouldiceebtIoqL thit ,,
a calamity ,we admit in Carlos-was1 of P'
of but'nothJng inVcompar ; t
Virginia her houid
deserting that qcerte {
>! j naniuioos---
1 with the misfortune of the editor of the--At ;
:: the > as beenpiaJefpr cat4Th here .
population Kentucky is almost las,whosehead'is incapable of p4cingnny. Jwc dijoe'thO;error *hatvthtdtinaedy3aEaybeiap5lieVl 4

: > stationery,: and thatthe; .whole South- tbingalu, b1-. biit. n P : -1, -Jttell : diitincdintithat dmiC tiWe> Brnmcetin kitthe caaatfTheSouth.. Tt CIt7E- -
- rato
-I-Lm- l rn section is out in settled -- *tr tbhapd
inly and tfcel Editor
g< e c
promises to remain so.If it bV meanf ::c .Mi.F zMaii1* Unremarkable jfor his.head.of f thg-jjcaaa
all lair ,A witty urrespondent, in> describing therigbs : iti
this ;
by '
that Southern modes of liv fsaysl ImaginVtheJbacks of four nfggers tnnlliplled thecanewi1lbaoisc1ose rnn : c.use; i ojjjeUetij IzT1ie 8UIZE'8Ms
i :
sag are incompatible ivithi dense by the bicks of three .
: W pop merino Tarns,''and' jt4 Pr $
\ ulation, ;I admit it/an rejoice m'it- willbavea S! WlerabTc' notion'of if -". x% iti Now,41 r.onspriyateharacterja isgii 'tJf] A7i ? flcbe i1e4 ktk th2tbflIt *

. J So fit us the cpficentratjoh of the' eo ..i&4: > ') VJf.l: his owri to be defended by hienquire Otl1rpM r 7tethataffaon thJeMi4 $
# pe iiowna nzd ; V jOf, the lCpOpppp<:perso7s who;Inhabited'.flreat 3 ffere fro bi % *
vitlagesis; concerned Britain therVar vAiis. iJuait-ji 'v i, :
e about 108.000 who !' $ ,
'w: ,liM*% '-ll- tt0 4 to; shbvv: that sucn a 'tnftri i rrftnTu'Ili2n0id; vlin ttnir Vfnt fnW V'k ;i _

"fc IIKMneK'jofe'Jletl jro? 2a 0O wlio postthe luzaryofa fouwhl1riflge.L
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: do I think it expedient:toaproin6iehHe'

.. I augmentation ;ofhumber8Ttuin5tihV; +DrtohuWebtes.- Qiedica1 1izn )rernsAs deredssanDiIopirthWe1iaracteYor into these 4tha .b'-

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nute subdivisiohloP
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ampn JmulMtude, of prbprieiprVlo ; i. &! .4 t i-4t __l vu.7 1%wnaa
. tII or teaati' such r1oonueh the1teW. t&Jpse GI4rn
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*In1jtobiflhe5t0 tep4; the COnYent1Ok put to the turpentine-bosii M4. 1z4rti4 ri"frtiL I Postponed :

flVRSUANT ': idPy t,4

7IeoaS alan of their t of ,. 4eI'vi1L I
4 4PrQmthe from the?hil delpMn Lee- bffer'foriii ontr.t
the PsCIiCOden. Cfliour&inzrkaibY :leit. 1srg3iUtbemo beete1ecto1ioneitiit M *day i&A1FaFiiiaink it te 1'E'4
kherid !ail cities. th'h1h Iass 7.
be Cf srseutnUon' Why the" orderly, t& i, ,
dty i JiJS
dision UPOU the Io.i gaM lthU States aad*BrtB&vi' Miss red attd. thirtjI3Ubres rfij fcirit

jLheconc1UIOU ofhis 1etteTprCSfltr'ft reference tO4i1ch pooiWefet- If1 jt 3?ritu td th* 8d Jc-lua KJr gf JBa.* .'

orde;cTIngtbat tbtc&n- : oJhntrjth thietifUzrdet wise, society. could. ,. not-hOTffV- i : 'fc
Southern .k& .,5.the .mercans nersre tbYt .
jegi reiglitirith tie red tomet t Mteth uns p1eisn; Vys 1.
;ar ieJntt4
,.pIrNc1crY. 26thM7,184.- ,thhuddresa hsieS1gfled 4totbemand States j,*stays*here withquV.recognixing* |\qoTour&19 '4nRhd4tli b.1thdaRrcMria c .

'ernmenL nopostiqnjlecn1mQmcnhaan.enabtpoac&ro1 *m1W1aowne&iftAetinte
havYwSS .invitation; looking Othp'obabUfty-that T? !
J : il"
? rnib oosmong the..obeau4quietJt1onofthe'coi.ji pr Jbb1 eMo31tD6* ) 1as
bO the'number' of inhabitants will be- S
otMemph0 pres Very-soon '
S&Sj froni t of such as to require the immediate formation Otal lu. 'Besides, it gives us punihaturcounby,: "Tweedaide, 'andJulington stuattb&ibut4iof 3
every '
State constitution 1gh'aii&l w" ii1asi whose policy it justlyjs to ovoidphysical interferenco Cre k.ia3Tiftiaid1re4l stat&tob '
the 4thof July ihey 4also recommendf that
held there on '
jtr7 to be invidious su7igflOnifl. with "the affairs il"Europe 'should'ot
fined.JnvolvesTno ea elected ; _
delegates to the Don '
of aIding, by expressing proposed' .( 1
the purpose. iioua' oil r.vt constitute Juse'a ?
moral T"M :
degradation influence -4jEp
gttfoT the project of constructing Tentton in August,should 6e vested .with full; ; thep hp )_ .4t f-- ** A. 1iloelabove : .
_fromthe valley of the Mississippi to the power to frame State constitution, to be:;snbmitted .- Tb poox. t :e-4-- ..*rl'*- T* ';* ****.., J' %'.:' :
ranks 4theShei% 4vj11
ti1$3d to the people California **<9 mi1I7Thcjipoi : LeaLegisIntare i 4 & tc
1ff calls oflt b cfatusw obeys upon the announcement of tl eappearance: 1 42' jf
i invitation From the same wemake.the
'flwH to paper following '
be happy the accept occasion your but extracts / ? > ;' .ii ,iu > van i' iiuvmc HMU wut uvr jnw ; Wbo of ChOleraJn Richmond, 'absconded in abody.Qao sale is postponed to-th*Fink? 1
.* |Tb.. present on ,with which The meeting at San Francisco, which adjourn fight th 'batttesrorithVconntryfti: *a*?; Th1$ tbenfli Mr. Weltob?did oT evenilorfcorklee Monday In sptzj
have engagement ,
I an ,
$1 f***!that and which will not' perniitbi ed on'the evening on the7th of February to the: poor. Who produce rbpertyfanitheli prolectit cithin the Stat4bnt Ik t1e 'ma'wit the 1,2 i!: iTftn* i" *" 4-'w.. "si ? Kf *V -<"n&\>v>t'Qt 7. '.1
dispense, but the poor?. '?.We'ha but !lwtf classes/thee kept on ont W11ingity"w1i i ;;!
I evening of the 24th to further consider and act '*"? .
; idle and the.indostribus;' and:the latter Only '* inieIM f1 \. v .jwe. .. .* L/ia ', *
object of your meeting I regard as very upon the question of negro slavery in the Territory discharge all the duties of, .good citizens,ftlthe' t- ,. t. -E. ;;. .' "
.__ Of all the projects of the age, I.contkits of California, convened at the 'nppointed f .& ihfldcaseo :. .
hour and J,L. Folsom ,, ., 1' case Was prono'uncedf to be otbinut.a ;
the one of the greatest magnitude, was organised by Capt;: t' *'- *. The ffetGtbf&ibi'scarel'ii '
2 eI either in its commercial or political aspct resuming the chair. *" TekpapzcCQ7repdeneoftq cholera morbusheighiened by 'state, 11onerabletha' !
faciliUiatercourse Mr.Perkins read the resolution and The'aerdoflt
? would do more than any other to first Iam1nistt16n
H '- .
f '4! whether Mr. Welton left for California offor
the two oceans of spoke eloquentlyin behalf-of the exclusion of '
between great Gold thta&near'Sat ' nthe2st.teofUeyge
Far West-j.'istoviries of in his constituents. : utcb 3
the Pacific andaoite. shivery in California. .On his : ,. .
g44bC Atlantic and negro concluding; LdkeMs i -. *. '' t -f? -a. deceased. :4 5 .
; tbt thcb7 .commercially and politically, the the first resolution was put to vote and adopted ', ''. 5 -. ,tJ t 4' 1 :- Negro J esentat fees' t'Cit'of StJaizesJ UWRENCERYAN. 4.
and the eastern : of the Calforna Emipants 4-c. '"'
..outofthis continent ( .3fl ;
.LThe London Times of 51st devotes three ,,
May '
the coast of this and The second resolution-was then brought before r' ; L. ', _**Z f -
eastern _
. oftheoldwith By an arrival from the Plainswe, bare intelligence columns the names of parties .who. attended '. -;---- 0.. ; .
; JuwBterni coast of the old, far more intimate the meeting and agreed upon when- from a large party of California emigrants theQue n'a Drawing llbdmotf Hef'Majesty's .CoumbjaMherJMSa1 s 4 q'4UT.Lli

; irtaa they have ever heretofore been. The Capt. J. L. Folsom 'vacated and called W S. who:Lou the 18th of May, had reached a Birthday. lathe list.of diplomatic be sold before the Court House door;
would become theConcenter ClarkXo the chair and then addressed the mee- personagespresent V yc in the Town of .
ZrfcT of the Mississippi point 250 miles from our western frontier, and ,- is the name'ofM'D.'Delvn i (Senateur) Alligator, Columbia,
; of the intercourse between the ting in a lucid, forcible and impressive manner, were getting along well, without further moles Hay lien Minister. In another .it is- on the first Monday..of July next, between the j
oceans and the extremes of both continents declaring that the public mind being almost tation by the Indians. .The health the party thai the tienT'Minister place,'presented announced usual'hours:of sale, the' following property*,'tof .; ;
two if would confer. unanimous the buhject should make decided i Hay wit: ,.' .
till IB the F1 Benefits on was improving. N. E. SjequyKillevaleix of the Lot'No.f25'tiruning hundred'and fifty T ..
Secretary Hay-
be division of opinion manifestation against the extension of slavery ; feet ((150)) on second' arid third streetsC. .
Thus fr,there can no ; We,have advices by express'from Salt Lake tieh LegatiohP'In'horief of'thesanioccAsion : and toe?
be determined whether a rail into the Territory of California. hundred ..ten' feet- '
vrtit remains to to the 5th April. Lord Palmerston entertained the '. : ((110) on Magnolia and .Ij
ad 1 is practicable ; at what point, if it is, After the president resumed the chair, the .New and extraordinary discoveries of gold Among the guests'nt the binquetwe"nb-corp diplomati'juel" Cherry streets; nod Lot No. thirty six (36.)nmingonei -, ( : .

AnJd it commence on the Mississippi and terBJa remaining resolutions were put to Vote, and had been made, in'the mountains' near Salt tice the names of the United States and Haytien hundred and. fifty1'feef ((150)) on thirds

te on the Pacific ? and what intermediate p assed.unanimously. Lake.: There seems to limit to the deposits Ministers.s and fourth streets>8nd :one hundred and Ien5 .

net ilould it take between ? what will be its On motion of Col.Stevenson, the fifth resolution of the precious metal in our far west terri f' _,, '.' -. .. 4 i :' feet ((110)) oa Magnolia'and Cherry streetiL'ianatedin .1

erf! *&d what plan should be adopted for its was re-considered, when that gentleman .tory. a j. _.;.< lPldci R(5th'I the-TownofComnbj.j CoInmbic.r .. a."
these should be offered ftn amendment to the same to the effect ar together with all thelmndinlggao
extortion? All questions :expedition fromnSaU'Lakehad been i fal-; '*' '-L'tt-41i*' *;-ut '4\ -k. >wi appurtenancea ,
idikntely and carefully settled before the. of prohibiting the employment of apprenticed ten in with, whose object it was,.to hurry forward 1 r. Hdekett, manager of thewAslor thereon ji also"the interest of Francis JoeV .

rorfc u undertaken. Nothing ought to be hasti- negroes in the Territory. The resolution as the Mormon.emigrant a, in order that they Place ,Thea! t re- has.presented;'totheTci. inthe said town"of Colambus.beirigtirshartti. .- '. ,

yprecIpit&telydone in case of such magni- amended was.adopted. It is as follows the amendment might take advantage the recent.and wonderful ly of New York a claim ofV35,005 thereof alsdthe fntrest fFrands Jones in :

A careful recognizance and an actual being designated by italic letters: discoveries gold in that region,jj This 'for damages"sustained dtfnrig'th'eIateprofit the toilJBridgvat Columbus, being *Ji shareitherepf. .

pe1,where necessary,ought to be made by 5th. 'That the delegates who are to represent information induced many of the emigrants to Y1td'ijonastheproperty of the .
jtte ud faithful engineers of all the routs, pre the district of San Francisco 1n the ConTention abandon their wagonsaM: ptherjcumbersome rt t-tbe' rijil itni bing4O2O saidr Frtncis'Joaest, b;satisfy>' & Ikf issued f : b',,

ptntory to determining the question of practiabiBy that is to be held at San Joe for the property, including provisions, and push ahead IikeJytohveoccrmedp, fjom from the Circuit Court of Benton, wherein tnk.7Moorej'Adtainistrator .,

; and,if found to be so, determine formation of a provisional constitution, are here with mules. Mapready's.engagement. :;The bill /Tor 6f- the Estate of Lester '

that would be the shortest, the most easily by desired, requested and instructed, by all The people settled In the Great'Basin are very meals and refreshments thepolfce isr CrookDeceased,-is ihe-Plsnliff and,the saH'i .
gutracted, the cheapest and the most open honorable means to oppose any anxious for the establishment of a territorial 'f' Francis.Jones and. Peter KlBailey,are the Jcfendahti -'- '

oi readily passed over at all seasons, itndrt vision, or ordinance that is calculated to further government-and inteoded,tp,send.a, Mr,Burn- $75& 5O, iinii'and the aggregate" wiir.beA k JiKvy madeby-Thomas B.FiUipatrick ,

t the actual cost of constructing each would the introduction of domestic slavery, or of free byson as a delegate Jto Vyas.hingtpn, in order k # i1-' former Sheriff.. of Columbia countyj .-" JF ; !

be. All this information would be necessary negroes as apprentices, by indenture or otherrtise) that their necessities and wishes may be pressed AJ STEWART' Sheriff. .

Udetermine the point at which it should comBfDceoathe to be employed in the Territory of Ctilifornia. upon the attention of Congress ** .:i.": _Alligator. May_26'1S49_ b' 'tt.'r T ,. : ,
Mississippi; and terminate on the The settlement [of Mormons J ai Halt'Lake'is FINE BUGGY and HARNESS Terms :; 'I .5 .
ftdfie. But in determining on these points, perousf KptiCC.*: tsv .
represeitfed.tobe Yeryipr ) low. Applyto T.i> f "nC #!t
other considerations would have to be taken into [From the Hamburg Eeptiblict-n.] A Mormon named 'Ly Ian Wright; has u been P. COOPEB.' A tLL persons indebted Messrs.' Palmer.&f .
In former it communication is from .. .;Vi.Ferris,on iubrtgngebond,note:or otherwise -i .
tke estimate. determining The following an experienced repudiated by his chinch for heresy* 3tSa7d9
vfll!km to be considered, firat what point on Turpentine man, who can have no The emigrants fallen in with atLaramie were will please.take notice that the undersignedxis -* $

the riw will best suit its valley, and in the other object in writing than to'benefit the pine en joy iug.good health. Five of,them'had been Adwiissrrix X.iic*. authorized collect land settle thesmn*. t .

Kit,what will best suit the rest of the Union, region, to which he refers. We would respect killed accidentally, by the injudicious use:of m j er i.presentinj Immediate attention;to this notice.beccMcifsfne s .. .
considered The former would in- the attention of readers ; cessary, as Mr. Ferris about la t remorero :> ;
ill things fully call our to.the fire-arms. uWe auiJyduch rs7to the .the
} Hoiaj the Stated fiuits Will be .
tolre the question, what point will, at all eanu facts disclosed,and remark, for the benefit of learn that the express was much inip Judge of Probate of,Columbia/counfy-for! a final -" casesiwberc.> brought' once. in all ,
he most easily cheaply and certainly ap- those bodies of pine land that dod the which still prompt attention .to the above Ja. : ,
owning large by snow, covers a large extent settlement and.discharge"from the, admiu. egletd4lMl. .
pwched by its waters, including its great tritetvies have been heretofore regarded as but of little of the.western country. istratipn of the & tt'JobnC'siiiltbIate', It :
? And the latter, the question, what value, that the day may be near at hand when Another Expressfrom Council Grove, Salt saidcountyjdeceased.4" JV "" ** "? ; PflU1iPRAs1fl :; ., '
f Sfessfh
point would,in like manner, be approached by they will find themselves the owners of mints Lake, states that abundance of gold had left, ..- ;:' 'ELIZABETH* SMITH/- At1rnegfor Palmer.4'4'erri- I : t

railroad from other portions of the Union ? more sure, if not quite so profitable us those of the Lake on the,15th.Aprils .' >! I .' 1 r .,May' 2Ot8ft,. c 4ioitlt4s.. ***> 1 .p .'... t. i' ..1IarkepsPaicnts

These are questions which will demand, at the California: Jine 'i

proper time, grave and careful examination.Ike .- MR. EDITOR.-Thinking yon and your readers flriar7 Cla Jr-Keqneat ', '4th-- W? orrlrapreveMerchanV .$

selection should be made in reference to *might feel an interest in the following in At a meeting of the citizens of Trimblei county -- f- :; : *' -' .- r' if ." ,'. '
general good of the whole Union, and not formation is at service to tin 1. in A: LLR'S9s 'P
your put your Ky, held on the 29th ultimo} at the Court nfrzw'ingorvo1ating (lie :
it reference to any particular portion. columns or under your table, as you think they /whohai nadJLK .t1 aboe1'atqt ue ujeTkt: ;tQj '- :; I -
The selection of the point terminus on the may bestdeserre. House, in the town of"Bedford* .?,/w1tIont'anyfdLUnction -tj'J ,-(.> !'ience in'a fiiiishin schoor for Young1 Ladies totid! .

Pacific will be less complicated. The goodness METHOD TO BE OBSERVED i
.f the port its position in reference to the general .-Box the tree after the sap is gone down by John Robert, esq, a Whigwerealop.; wishes-to'take: chAr e Academy:f6r i Barney pr either bf Jheni K'&fi&LW'I

trade of that ocean, and the facility of and stop before it rises ; therefore it will require ted -, ) ;0.- Young Ladiesy or to'hear of some healthy'pleasant ndera-'pow forAttoiyy; dated,on th7l8tb! .
reaching it by a railroad, should be considered more hands to box than it will to work : xtown,
a determining it. the trees. A good hand will cut from SO to GO Be further resolved. That the doctrines published will be given her establish :a school for'Young was' revoked by me onU849. .thp.2d day 7of AprH. '. .
Sot candor to there to,the world by the lIItenry'Cla' .m Ladies in- which willlbe all'the Brincheslof .
compels me state, still quart boxes a day: some expert axemen, in ; Uught BUtOPARKEItpgente& .
ranaifis: another and greater question for as of practice, may cut 100, but it is very seldom relation to emancipation, are calculated' ) if cai>, a complete'Education* ogetlierSwith' i L

tke South to determine before ire finally decide such hands are to be found. Care .should be ned out, not only to,violate .the cotflutiiiat .Music,French,1 Painting,EmbrQidery,&c.s JRefcrencesjtas .
nit course we should lake in reference to this taken to cut the box on the straight side of the rights of this Commonwealth, but greatly injure regards'her success and1 capability ) .T k' LNotIcc. _;

ptat project, and that is : what position are tree.. Some trees will contain from 1 to 4 boxes the condition of: "the slaves,' .by corrupting* as a teacher, will be given? Aiiy wishingto' anilE UNDEBSIGNED Vduia ta ;: :j

veto occupy in reference to our territories on owing to the size of it. Care taken them. :f engage her services, or.who can give the'aboie Ly Attention to
Ike fcift acquired from Mexico by the late to leave from 4 to 6 inches of sap and bark between Be ,further nsolted, Ag the cnseot this 'informattoo can vet her address jbjnapplying to o&w,'A They Jrespectfully request alif! I. '

treaty with her 1 Are we to be excluded faces, so as to preserve the life of the tree. meeting, that the' opinions of the' said Henry'Clayj the EdUrofthe "Jcksodfill N ws.0* indebted to them to mak.immedjae1arneijr L !

from thi7 Are we after having spent so Cut the box from 4 to 4| inches deep, about now'made manifest npoitt the i subject' of June, 2d.. t4s. ,; as theyivilljositirdjadhere to tho'cash's. ,4 r ,
taca of our bloed and treasure For theiracqui 8 inches wide. Oo down the stump of the tree abolition emancipation, that hf> is no longer and Willyenocrdjifnfntnye* -- j- -! '

I Ran,to deprived contrary the provisions so as to cut the heart as little as possible. deemed a fit instrument to carry1 oat,the'wuhef b K;,Tai, CollcctorTs rtollcey L I :; L LLJ COOPERiKAiitQtf '

ItflaeCoBstitution, and violation of every prin Clean out the chips and bark from the boxes and,defend the rights of' the good people of.this i flltlE UNDERSIGNED;; Taxr'Asaeasor ;and i t. .- r :

|eple of equity and justice, of our equal right in that your Turpentine may be. free of them. Common wealth in the Senate*of the Ud'ited,,- iJL Collector for tlijD, County.lof.Duyal ijtate :_: 'Z ::" : '' .:. !

i4eaT Are they to be made the means of our The next work, after the box is cut. is to gnage,. States, and therefore, as the first act of the nit of Florida,..hereby gives-notice that be will attend -fftfHtr** ijr v, Noticeiar" UnMJ It*v i ..i. 4

?UoiliUtioa and subjection to the rest of the or corner, by a few chops, commencing in the Legislature of Kentucky, he, the said Heury, ; at the following times and laces, for the "

HWon, instead'of our prosperity ? And if BOibn edge of the box, running the tree widening Ciay.should formally requested to resign his purpose of collectnig'th'e Revenue forthe'Stae I&tradId fqr'ftciiaM liViv u&AllU !: r .
re still go on, and spend millions on mil- at the same time, so as to make a channel for seat in the beha'te'of the United States. h for f the year lS9viz** F4ti"1'* Jfilt 'bynlysell tt'ftTo>::6f3a s'0 Cwp ;iaja *ijsequetitly .. ;
addition to what we have already, in the turpentine to run into.the boxes. If the face I MSath \mf m vna. .j.
1 1entIorsed'bjbin'i
Serious at St. Cat fiaririttf Brazil. the
M riadizing the rest of the Union at our own is nearly a foot wide, say from 10 to, 11 inches, Affray i,6nTue d ayl'thc"l9thVwieinst7, :' a', "Ul-, I' tbClidrI-pcr '
is from letter received '
extract LeiAtDftrling -' ;
[trpense tad for oar sub jection? I trust not. I then your boxes, or at least n part of them will following. an a iij :C.'Prescot' Slor- uay1llull.; 'onWednesdaythe2dtHJJianeVins endorsed the ame'to'Cotet>th* $
Bos troni onboard the
;:;n a barque
| :1e shall until it is ascertained how fill and ou should have barrels passenger r'Ji'f' "'* xf' \'" ortoA.H.'Cole. '
pause quickly, j your Lanark. The letter is dated Bio Janeiro ers, As certain piynYcnliha>. j. :.
[Hot to stand, as to those territories and the ready so as to dip as fast as. the boxes fill- 26th. .J ,April, AtWilliaui Thomas flO11STbifl3.ST1HeOfl. .been made n-eaM note-by me-whichhaveeetr- ; ,
IM if the Union, before we decide finally on our The next work, after the cornering is done is M Thursday the 21 sfjunel Tnist. *' *>vlt* *trt'r'. J* b'crediteUmri 'iim, "PcVsons becoming 4 "
I understand there has been
j*wU reference to the subject of the meeting. to be done with a hatchet made for the purpose; Catharinesva some i Atrawr>ifce'B5 WHotts 8Laj6lnsBeach7on '
at the Island of St. short distance
\hti ineintime steps may be taken to obtain in- then comes the round shave, you chip two or South; of here, between the and 23d June, inst, rt *"* doiBo'atleir rs under thisnbtlce as t anfdvtermined J

nation preparatory to decision; but let us three times with a hatchet, keeping the face the inhabitants. 'The Californians passengerships hv taken1 AtCol? Jol i Bi VHoDsx %iMj Cre1 ; )hot to payl said i ttitcy unlesi'ertaib5'* "1.

\***tte wtf tiirce can see nhat interest ne are to smoot hthen, begin with the round shave. Never possession of the island and the United States -on Monday thi 2thJ credits are duly made upoa the satn > ""' -Ifcrvr
ktitkea.0rEWith go into the tree more than 2% or 3 grains of drig Perry has there to restore order." At C.8.'fimery's fetor6j Mandarin on Wed hftti .Ji &+ JOHN CJ PELOT -'

great respect, I am, &e. the wood,and .that should be repeated every, We have been gone favored,with the perusal' udjth21th'J ,.liit' ( .f ; Columbia. co tyj'Er.,; May S/i 849: $: v<-* .: t
o u .
J. C. CALHOUH.jn. eight or nine days, never going up the tree At the Court House,1 '<> -- -' ti< J. ? i'- -4'I S' t -
letter from Mr.Lee board barque
.Robertson Topp, M.B. Winchester, Jno. more than one-eighth of an inch at a chipping, Lanark/at Rio,a Janeiro passenger'fronv this day, Friday and Saturday, the 28th29th'and, f __ j1J :FNoticel:, .., Z! 1 '
Hraennt, and others of tha Committee of that is, with the round shave,. the only object portjtinwhich 30tb "instt ti' 4
he speaks as follows of the trouble St. v *.
at i *
i TWUI4)reeksa4r..dateJsha11spply to ik. .
wopondence.y is to keep the old cut fresh, you may go. over Catherinfis <'* -0 : -
seven days as.many persons do. A hand can : .3t>TaxAssessor arid ifoliecf of.tDnVafCo 3 : i S

?* Travel Plaits. Mr. A. chip over his task in five days,some will in less Rio'JANEIRO; ;ArKii; 6.J |:% Jacks H nlleJ, WB ne2d99r'1J. '., p ., Flatter; lese to,sel the > lestart'ofanu5tj .' l.jiott1aWitiaid .
tke Western '
LlL1ace1 tter the Her- time. Twenty-five hundred is a task for n good The people here are,getting rath'er suspicious -- 1 d. Z'; ., .:
; Cleveland writes to v t'-vPi nr.rtp
tthit hand,then he has two day dip; if his trees of us on account thenews; from St. Cather .STATE. OFFORIDA ko 4t t'1: : .,
city, as follows : ines which iivtb t-7the Yankees, have taken 'J *Wf J/-i" '"'t'' '" '1 :1
run well and are thick,he can dip three barrels JnthejCircairCqur of Columbia ( z- I.

"FORT. LCAVETWOXTH, May 16. a day, if no from two to two and a half. The possession of the city or town, and are doing ?Bi! . ,tb uaount if emigration over the plains timber for barrels should begot in the, win* just as they please ., They have turne4 out rMayi Term 1849rt : ;::. .
*i"" wide the keeper of''the, principaheidtkpodession t y; *jffttlr >*ltrrs7yPresent > 'AdmIuIzatii1XMONT11SifteiateiihiU .
inches the
beyond all estimates. It is predic- ter,staves 32 long, heading so the Honorable ThosuttJSovgl0s. Judee. :
Mte ill be extreme distress and privation as to make *hen round 17> "inches across; a using' the inhabitants shamefully.- *!' 5"" t i" w svl f "*-r i J preea*AT : .
*" ag caravans. The average common coopper, will nwke/rom, forrjo six Orders rne to town'froin the vconsular'agentthere .JohflG ;Putuani,3-fy jj**? Mitchell 6jit teI f -accounts'and/v6.ueier ,'to'iL4ho'Hon.ih, :i '
for on of war., There being miViMotioBt kiEataWisE judge*' Jndjre of ProbateTfof Ihe C
tearn* travel perday, is aboutfi( good barrels a day. An average ,crop to the untjATacua smut '
: There have been more than 20,000 hand 'is 2'00 barrels,per year, which*varies in a brit, she tei sail immediately 'James.Monroe., te). .?14s s tti 4 toeatry5fy A / '

$xe;i and horses gone* 'from Indepen* prices from$2 30 to $4 per.barrel as prices curr leaving Satarday xnorning; 1 anigladto VRpEBEDjhat thb caja be eontinDexl: iliv .
'lnefrom St. about .andWf6 that they,were not Bwtpn boys! ttcrvNeL: .4'tiil: the next Tenaoi"the Court!s On tnci1 ftllI OT1i tii'I !
Joseph 15,000,. rent will how v ? -jottf *T $.-.> &>2 il
? rerion at this njonjent seems like one Having had considerable. experience in theTurpentine Yorkers" .' '5 L flop ofp.fA? MitehelVAttornej.forPetiiioner ; ilI
Jr*f eld for miles and miles in all directions! buisnew in North Carolina and' *ze more than 50.000 animals on the everal' months past inan,cxamuuK ; A letter from a1at4.4 California emigrant totheSt.Ix resides jbtyond;the limits of the State':) ',tte be"e m gs 1eUiirsgf.Wjl1jamL4 .

; iis>tt the very lowest ;,estimate; ad more tion ispent of the pine forests of South Carolina and >uis ra, cainp, WoU.,Creek Bottom [It ieed.thatbeaninguponssidPeWi n ;Thbaiisf; deceased entitlid'loathe wme.jtls t ": ,

Ietetb. are traielling along the same Georgia 1 experimented, and give as the Iowa.' Nation 'May:45th,says: -% 3over %$ $ ; da.ofthe next.erfliof tMI 4 i&tH-iALO3K-TH *;' ;* ;
.thetTlrains oa /Auditii/urther4ordercd,that a ce'rie I Xdminisiratorof Wni. O. .I '

; en4aaoti are about to i be nude of- results of'xpcnmettkeOP1fl49nthak9.r.gii world offers:greater Jnduccmfnts., thi, roacLwithfearfu m rtaIitlea'ngthe tifi .copjpbf ihw ord .bje putlished ia some 1N wnan villeApril 2184 -Cp--- -s r .

this noini IA thm Rimerftl GorerBon -*; to embark in the business than,the pine lands most me1sncolyreminiicncin' -the,rear (paper iiywis cui&forjthe.ppac.ofithree .. ,>!
of these two States. I have :found, the pine-- Death seems to have visited every'' tint ffor3tb5. ; jpri riai&iitefc! :
; lt4tbe sboyeto bt Jt'tnu copy ftom the :
? to,the plains for the vast nmltigfwothenriae -' trees in.many sotoimerous$ as; almost : $ : : :
easeL $ ;_, sotA !crt rltt b' ..t'I
leave their tbeieId.botlL.forqusntity r *
mutt inevitably iueb..tiblehu: ;
, bleached by the ,&7.' aud qualityof turpentine j ;;eqizIany to : !it, f Juiie gfaaiLCfltrt itf n 'duly ajby uthoeiffiiirtJ per '

Scer, the commanding officer at this 1 have ever ,found in,the beat.,regions o( might ; Cl 1fi law,off rt iriioticc will b plead in bar ofjhei? ;i j jI
bho had experience on the plaint and North Carolina; .JBeaide ;tbis, ..Atforesta i. 'L ; dttciiidebtcdtosaid estae&p-. r
his il
tlJr peril sayi he'fears there will be aro.adjacentf fl1TgMSTtZ39! upon subject is nottruev afdsakea ;) ". :;pf' ,. .: : :; ;
SttiO the California this markets about a scarcit : ;ct : f ,
kiJ n road to sunn1a rill' roads, fc ABeHWALB-JeAimAwa -'
there command bout it. ri .*'P'r.-3WA* !Ctj & ft* A t*_*-rft'XrT11 td '
were inMcodiirithja. where the article will always rernun -, ht4)t' ,
--L_ _IL.t crating pricei; I have remarked wlth ni.ze r
( ftaMe V.age.-.W e hiTe'liereiofore) suretb apstb..biiar ;toexstiu'rcpM 11uth rainbu fa1ieubqe Ij Itth *W t ei134ieda t!, Lff !&I .

of the tart John*i Csriii jotbe7wlvan.iges tti .o'rciu "{ utthi&sbe&wtorknou 1 -
-* .
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Irtj,.t San Frlu isco, Fr iie these sectlpns of country,by .turning a por iojiof jf.'f ?' fi* '- >- v Vlv. -*"-:r--" -* UiJL : :
M-tlr\tmmn **-* tffrir-' -r-- ar 9.
: Jhpotsr ft 4intht Jpol ton culture r Sul tf l iE9P$9? i'S
tonher heJaboViio gagt :
we ; carg | ( Tc ** .
< 't4'i.'K t wvjjin 'i&ffi' tt ojai ,
-i :'ft ( ,
?' *baut $ OogO, svitek'prb&$ pT ute' to ihe tUrpenUne business Ikriequiresbutjii phttr as ftcure ana jirevenmif eiOfiChplerKt j& BicKiciuf, ;: hAJLiir ?: eq.
. i4-1 W **V f** xrtItWII1n4cntfLH1 dec.toj 4 ,
lcnlatflixttt the f f LzOt3SdL :. 41;
perceive ,
iig ?t 'realised. Among -other. tie rfflectiftB' or' >" crude brupAonc,whic 8zow: !el1yeothc4eabfro.1t13& : s1 r
' ".;tue takoa butwere.somercrjokt b efi&tqb de red or l.i J { M 9i 4lUNwE3Be| 4kfo fi JjM arE j ,
'hiolt cost: hero. iilli1ta5: ellytnoLmQre&a ..o1Uara t tir therst McHoB r3$4itj5i4jL 4gilSi 3rjatt.6il t.

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r -'; -. ;; the firs$Monday in Jf one next,at$o'clock, A.WLjin Groceries, Hardware,, Provisions, &o, &c

.s5sj.l: _.. 3 Jacksonville, East Jiorida rtfi1 i. !J5 # < which brlcea!.*.theyraw"prepareaTo*** wAIifeirw aelr(Unreduced> **-r .,. I Itn I ; qu 'ttL1L.TowiatD

S.;)S : j cpar&te.rooms jwill; be fiUedj up for. the aocomreodfttipn -S F = T ,. / > ot/ .4* * '. **
'I :'P-: : ,,pfy wing Lads and 'Misses,.where r Theylare now prepared to purchase'CottonsHides ? I

': ; S :,;.. : they-rill Jt>? iustract&l in he f Elementary and UltS'i'and ir'-i'li other Cii-iliK produce jf of C.1 the irtlfJllfLliiTjlLif.i-country at the" \\&i&iffiGMi: $@ #E 1 1 1t1o pr't
L S. ,and.classical S vance! *WsBpi 8 SaU&a
higher brAncljes, of an English[ i *?* sr ?
-4 '' : Eduction and will. beifitted/jfoc 'onconsig mentsto'their1 friends in SaVannah'aiaChaTle8tbn6r I
: young-imen ***5 TftQ ViC S'ibraczng
". 4 'p College professional life, in the Latin and ; ; New'York: TflOdfdiern$ .

S Greek classics,;, the, Philosophical. tThey1FHaveAl1ewartlcle'rofWwngnlfJPlonghs tpwhich'th'ey'wouldteectfulthe'kttentionbf on. comprising e+ T3'thThkdiib14 tJRJrti t$

: : Mathematical scijjnccsv PlantersV: ; \ .Tt th :1iI1 1Q1EK UI& mSJMBDlOlNB aJiprcpOTc by ft*rOgn1fr
< *- r Arrangement*. < S. Jacksonville; Nov.6,'1846!1Sfvtf' ( l t :5J4 i Phyicianf and;is tj W t snl tOt'dn'Xt.. i

.vtTL S 1' THE YEAit'wiH' be divided into\fout quarters, ?_' {> J'g Ahf > 'iU ft ''W19 biliouS!dHL

: of about 12 cachjwith, interrening vaca ," .*tJ*>-t nt Jr. W-' ** rfi "mate *st/TfaoteWho hftveI.tisedfiU'theVagelve j'Or'seentit -

.. ': : tions. The day will have two fcfessionij:the first, A. M. REED ialutary' Affects t pofl thor!;' 92e0do?: once me robust

'; : ;' from 9 td 12 3L, and the second] from 3 tp P.- 'cohistlintly'on hand a well assorted i4cM ?, Ob ( farther evidenc&of itslgreat Thuet9Tbe5lfeiinf'ofthousa'nd | S and'tj OtpI! .. tde1icatb

; M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to HAS '* HrC >itif) *
; exercises 'in English composition and declamation. |n.f rlLvSKJ: /t>f ujfuiJ 'OJ > i' this medicine when all ;other.remedieS1ia
a. and hem sales
jnanyipf .are gpt Mp/prrour9wa !
S urocenes Provisions lUry.Goods/! ,
f." *' and : piyo'8O5iiI
5t.ri; :4 ;:* : the first term, no pupil will be received, HardwareCrockery 'afcVte?* >!| t.tp4 Prln aun4.el8eihere.v Odv ,t$ thCdLafortiii4buV tourif' thC1Sr
% j edlistsof .pfioes, correctefl from; a tin ure to .
I IPm1butvfan
; except at or near the beginning of .the, session, / '? '" "4-" tern,and restore itrto Sound and perfect healtb4Asmall ,
in the
Superfine F19urazibls an&bls day withjeyery variation market : :
,; fls3ne
less than term' ftj 7 ireatment
s. and one j2V ttf'onth causefi
no pupil :
Pilot Bread, Sugar dlluUer Crackers'; *,,. are placed in.the hands of buyers,? 0 fi ?&>?' ::5 thun ,prs h j

., TUIIoU. ,r Hams' Bacon,,Pork\F M Becf'Pickled Tongues; Merch its,will bVableJo form someidea of and: urpoffaver: andiguean4otbi'disaet ofbilio ': tL

1 Reading,Writing and Arithmetic,, S $6OO Mackerel, Codfish..jWlt,Rice; ;. "'.. .? the extent andjvariety of our assortment,when, iclimhteS'iua behad'ratiOrthO11fldersigned. -.

. *$&:& Ifigoer English ftudies, .. i8,00 Goshen Butter, Lard,; Cheese,. White Beans, we'&t t'thatth, value of''durusual'stock: of 'icdD tt S s1ei' g

iJ&N; 41 Philosophical And Classical studies, } .-, 10,00' Irish Potatoes; S "- : this ONE ARXifcLfij; is least twice the value of Alsor, *numerons certifiiatef front ntenf(liegreat

..,. ;41f'' One half the price of tuition,according to the Sperm Oil, Candles; the entire stock qf goods-usually kept by" ghest.re8iectoTUit ,'Uestifying
studies pursued, will be expected in advance, Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; purjlargestj wholesale jobbers. This fact. together refficacy of thU'medicinerfcattbeBeen''on'appUcation .5 tS- 1. _J

: and Ihe th"C end of each,term. Muscovado? Sugar N 0Molasses; -, S with th'e facCthaVbur means a'ndjonr
,-t L' Board will be provided in Town at reasonable Stuart's Refined Loaf,,Crushed and Pulverised. attentioninstead'of being'diyided ainbng'avast O. HOLMES& CO.. :S

j1 rates per month, for Pupils from the country Sugar;. S S variety of articles,fire devoted.fwhiolly to OJTE, sjo aii.icilqr"gayin1

:-. ; and. Parents and.Guardians,;who may B randy, Rum, Gin,'Whiskey,,Alcohol, Turpen, will render the' advantages.which we can offerS Jackonill F b.41I84 'tC r 1 tr5per.12 her, L ren4restoreti
S : "L __ la1i
/ '.fc..H :; avail themselves of the facilities 'of this' tthcj5 S to dealers-perfectly obvious ; and it shall be t5 grtefiVfo t1

'V'VKi-'i* J<-; Institution for the education of their children London Porter, Port;Madeira, and Champagne our care that none who visit our establishment S DR.TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND'EXTRACT

i-t'l r v.6 ? r. and"others be assured that no exertion .with r- S ** r aii ** ;jfcf* itj4'
&: '* ? ; :S nwy Wine] shall meet any disappointment:, s SARSAPARltlvA.r. It menthnzitto.thepubtic. ,. -
will bo spared to ensure the health, comfort and Cordials Preserves &c. Our assortment is complete at all f of: s '* -* !tMslrUOJ : J 'S j II'
Confectionary seasons
This Extract is put *
S iisfej. S .. ,., .. upi. ., 7&j
l of all who be J- if
knowledge -
; progress may A Complete.Assortment of Dry Goods- the year. LEE, JUDSON:=&'"LEE.P. six twe cheap r, leasantr,and warranted .;T ..4pjw4 ; T ; >15fT
.. r-f'fe S < 7 : entrusted to the care of the Prlucipal. Cr' Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and]Taffeta ..S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of'the' firmVof: perior to _, It :
"t11 -; # r RUFUS K. SEWALL, Principal Ribbons; Lord & Lees, and late senior partrieHf the'original iv> orJe4uzthzg- "
S S S S izg thepa- This E
; JN,1J'Pupils in Town,, expected toprotide hleach'dand firm Lee 'Brewsterr'froin' ctof.SamiJaraiaEartSS
Shirting unbleach'dIrish of & which
: : Sheetingsand con S tient,and is particu'1arlyadap1ed.for ,..
:. : : seats and desk's. Chairs are recommended. Linen., Diaper. Bishops and Long Lawn;, nection'hewiththewsome time ago,-hag reauiricd -: "*ALL AND WINTERMEtilctilE: a.lFT ; :f: prepared ,; feiaaleSS?

t S [Republican copy.] Cambrics, JVcohet Swiss,and crossbar Muslins;: business >in>cohnection'with 'Mtssr .Lee& The,great,.beauty and supenprity"f&thi Sart'6apanlla -- No.female.whohasreasorttoBuirforfSSHS

j&i : ;;. .May.19,1 9. S tf Hosiery, Hdkfs, G1o'ves, Suspenders; Judson, and sures*his friends th tHhene% i oyCTj'an'otHer.'remfiilies is iijc i.r

..;'. -5-- __: ._-_ Tickings2-Linen.nntd.CottonOfnaburg; concern shall have the same pre-eminence-in ( dicatesdiseaser LtCf shquldncglec to tak ;ias it.j* $;;
k1.4.q "T& Land for Sale. Wine'wbite and brown Linen Drill for- ts&c&c this, braneh'vof trade;-which*form ; distbguished > it'myigVratesthe h vtiye.for any. uineio ,and Ii
;. : FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou-; S : *" *- .?S S thd S ,body, cnsump4oi cufe inl0l,, iseases cu C c eualesare '
& whieh'Hie
5 pthertwo'hPusesto be1 .. cleanse and nbjt
strengthcnij .
t L .ind of .Land situated in Nassau ( 5{ v -" e.i
acres > {
f; > > Untirtllas-Silk Ginghahr nd Cotton in steel longed. : -* '- June25,18477 '2 isperiod mayb

1P County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. and'whale bone, frames} r. ,.-*' t ;>> __.4S___i_ ''-'S'; *;\'- -'- - -. :-. -! "jfIflaiiulacturcis'iSupply bronochitis coijsumption tcanbe .cured, ff ,L(4rEvJ; seaiyieuis byusing ;
Jlary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman ,consumption,4iy6rj ppmplaint, ..fl.rt les8.TalusbH.ibr-those,
rflft ILtrdmire.ST Cutlery-Knives! ,;Scissors, Razors Store. : colds coughs: catarrh asthma ,
S ; Grant. The above is heavily timbered pineS n spit- vomantoodas ife is cilcii
; land, conveniently situated upon water courses, Nails, Hinges,' Butts', Knives'. "and Forks' ,/,Spoons' :., .. :.t.ting of blood, the chetjty 3 by quickening Hood-and insystem.
UlW-Ti TeaTrays; / : ,. ...hectic flush iiightjswea diflii'r" .' .
: with the exception of.about five hundred acres Collins :" *' 'il' 'i' <4*" '. 3 'x rV-1' K ;JTV.cultor .- indecdthis nlediEine Is
Hammeri/'Hatchets Saws
.*l5""v V f' heavy hammock, land upon the St. Mary'sRiver. ; No.' 132 WATER STREET,* CONNER or profpse.expecr K. 'nut*-taw allthe discazg tohIc} wjj
j Carriage.Wr ncheshalter' Chains Pots K t
?$$.. ''* \ I'M ... The whole or any portion will be sold ; :?; jNJE.1Vy.OB.Kt..V'. : ; ..torationandpalnjin ,- ,-
:. t ; ;c, &c. r S S pth4'entlytheinat
? S \ .the side ..
.5SIles &c r
: cheap for cash. Apply to 5' : c55 S ral
t -r; t. A few Rifles-lowpriced-Powder Flasks. : S : 'S%! j *. iDEAlEES IN; ? -- -U: > \ energie ,
S have
: WILLIAM IIICKMAN. 5 and -. 5. impurities ofthTetionhicb
.fl' ii U- A Tin Cotton Woolen :
-j GoOaAssorizeuz'of CrocKerydnd Ware. Silb'hud C'arptt MSITflU.;
March 17 1849. tf 5' caDibei .*
Jacksonville < ;;- <* j -* ;
t S
Boots 4- Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's: atliticinrcr Arlicl ., cured. .
> S
'S 5 S m > *' .
.. Boots arid'ShoesT/of all kindSTT case ofmost edi
1tice. 'ANflM4NIIACTIritERsov. Probably there never was a remedy .5. 71y .t : A THE SOBSUK1BER has leased the A variety of Fancy'Articles/Perif'umery' Medi \VEAVERS1 REEDS HEDDLES S been so successful in desperate cases otco sump DISEASE.;OF WHE and disecte* > si atia
I cines. &c. > S >liEApz
: .tI1ouse formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch onBay ion as this; it cleanses and Strengthens the .

P ; .; .. 3 -, street, (known as Hart's old Boarding Jacksonville, April 1.5. 1S48. ly BQI3J3INS; SPOOLS,. : system, and appears to heal the ulcers"on the 5 ''S5- 1l

house) and is now prepared to accommodate i lungs, and the patients. gradulyregain their Dn.

? ; any .who may see fit to patronize him, and assures East Boston, SS Agents for the sale of the latest imprOved'SIIEAItG usual health and strength. .t S. ... been afflicted LTowrsraDea-&r With tie iwritttc
S ; : Y : 1; them that no pains will be spared to ensure r fVM23d, 1847. 'AND NAPPING" MACHlNESiWQpLl CURIOUS CASE OF CQNS UMP TION. with a terribleTjrtfpture' for '

v1'..J their comfort. A commodious stable is at Mr. S. W, Fowlc-Sir: I nave seen so much of >;PIiJkERS( CLOTh WINDERS, There is scarcely a day/passes/ but there are? the greater*fart';of>th i-timeT Pvef'fiffrnf Big fSffi1

: .' F5 L. tachcd to the establishment, and e'v'ery attention the virtue of".Wistars Bilsant of Wild Cherry, REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS,.&cOiUr. a cases ,of Consumption reported as troubled with;shortnessbf breatlraid wi&fc*

,4 I ;' S will be paid to the horses of those travel that I feel it my duty toadd/my iestimony in its cured bythejuse of Dr.Townsends.Sarsapal'illn! ,S S tering'Pf the heart"which $&tl'4&

; $S: r: lew who.may think proper to stop with him. S praise, 'My sonj about 14 yetirs'of age hag.'for March; -SpermLard'arid 171849/ 011,0-and 2m Oil Soap. The following was recently.rec:, x.. -r, = i tressing, and has ,frecnptitiv- hascbeeiiitfertj&!* %' .ilinw?

; t-, E A. W. BRIGHTON thelii'st'ten months been'afflicted with a siifcrs S ;DB. TowasENDrr-Zteffr! .Sir : Joi the.las t leave beitJbed.! .,.Thevpf

4. 4. .5'. ncksonville, _Ei F._ floe.2, 1848. tf cough, mins in the'side, 'and.body'', and a irrad- S S 5 t S hreeje.ars -1 have .been afflicted-with and severe.
; SSP ....1 L '' .!_ S LAST NOTICE general SbetTieuiumosi every
il ) i.. 5---S wastinguntil hq was mere livii > iOCCUPATlON*''fore debility, and'nervous consumption 'jofs the-last' such cases ;with bItl1ttlb nefit. Wh1
Administrator's Notice. :
e ton. 11a& had4tbe adyi e of three physicians, TO'ARMED THE:ARMED ,and'did not expect to ever gain .health had; taken but three bottles
: iTH i- my 'of
:, .. : A LL PERSONS indebted to the estate of b ut nOt of them ould'give him relief and OCCUPATIONa your
: J -Lib'' late Duval any Aradually CT.-The undersigned, Agent t all. After going through a course of medi- medicine she was entirely relieved ftli1jL
:: : *George Church, of *county, yet surely he seemedto b prior,
g sInking w ill att d ihb (o1Toi k pl '&the c under.the care of some of Ihe mostdistiiiguished bf-the heartland/th'g' is
1 E Fla, deceased,,will come forward and make immediate into the touib. JIappeningjjccidentally to s days rupfure' i1icet'4
see regular physicians and members of the tirely :* : l S
belOi 'to disappeared.
?. I And all whatever s pecified thke tuid'i'eceiye 'proofs 1y -
: ; t payment. persons some of 'Free Almanacs felt
*; your we as Board of Health in'NewYork 'She
: lias
: ,a: having' demands the said estate wijlrender him in relation tothe settlement ; and elsewhere, also had'thedropsr and i IIJ
? though, the Balsam would help, him,/as;there anti and spending the much swollen
of all olmy-earnings in attempting We had
.t occupation who.pbtnitied S Eoidta'thafsneMttM
; thent in within two autheutica. persons -
: .years, were some cases that had been cured when. : :;
A they permfrs( under the to regain my health, and after read be so benefited.-as'gheliad
ctpf Congress la
d 1 ted as the laW directs, or this notice will be, were as bad as.he was. .therefore such'afcViiopu ,
procured a tled'' 'An act topr6videfor armed ing inflome paper of your.Sarsaparilla resolved diseflses/-But it h '
'occupa / strahge
'm- in bar of their aiiraajfi
: f.- pleaded recovery.LAWRENCE bottle of Dr. Kidder the in this ? i.
S S 'RV AN Adra'r. S S agent place,and tion and settlement of the unsettled part of the -to try,it< After using six bottles I found t; p rrelieedThe ortfie-' rpp yl*J *n itff
before he had used all of it. he |
; ?P:& I V Jacksonville Feb. 24 1849. 2mWM.LAWTQN began to grow Peninsula of Florida, approved 4th August1242 ,- done me v great good,t and called to see1 yon at that this statement is so stfarge ayfoippei r!
better and by using three .bottles his
.; ____S___ S :___ S ; .cough. and who : e:0CC1ipanUnder.thftt act your office ;! with:your advice 1 1cept on, and do j a lmct'likectkir but it is neTertieles tpbetj
: vL S S was all gone; and he now. enjoying. :md the aVtanidndatory/thereof'approved June most heartily thank you for your advice..?I persevere S reality. Your Sarsaparilla is ceriuiily i F
for which he is
solely '
s 54 S S S : through the lOfh, 1844, and who settled,or.occupied under in taking theSarsaparillayand have been uable medicinet,; and 'shdulot'be"tised by er JU
: .; .FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, blessing of G' to Wislar3: Balsam ol Wild said act, and dtduotvoluntarilyrelinquish. ortbandon able to attend to my -usual labors forthe last S o thatPfs 'suffeHnraYwe haveifceeitV./M

: Charleston S. C. Cherry. : WM. DiXON: the same, but continued to reside,on four months, and the blessings of God disbeliete this'accountthey'attPa liberifU
Dr Kidder sthe
article has
S ; say given universal said frontier south of the line dividing Tpwn.sliips and your Sarsaparilla to continue' :call at my house Did hate cuadeniis&atcursrfti

; P.S : REFERENCES G. Jandon/Esq, near Jac satisfaction to bis customers.'t numbers niiie and ten south and east of It helped:'me beyond the.expectationsof'all that' *' -" --" :""'

.'% I': V EOnvilleE.F.; Gov. C.J. McDonald Ga.; 'C.; the base line,specified in the,act.of 1842, thereby knew my case. .CHARLES iQUlMBYr. ? i ->.; ylLILfA11:'TO'WSEE%iEi44S

: Furman, Esq, Charleston $. C.; Hot 2.; !:! S to effect sexCo.'N.J.- Aug": 2 1S47 uState.ofNew tt J
: ; S. CHA'ItTA1IE.WA.AL aiding the objects of said act; viz:. Orangey ; ;< : ,..
: Elmore Charleston C.
At'Newnansville Alachua 'JerstyfEssex Chas.
: AUCTIOJVEEK ,, county, on..Mon- County w.- -
; February 19, 1848 ly d-jy,7th'May. ., *, if , ,.; ".. S S Quimby being duly1 sworn according to law''on' No fluid or ndidf1h5 eereen d1sc9q

JACKSONVILLE, E. F. jA.tSt..Angustine St. Johhs'.county.on,0 Tnes-. his oath saithj.that the foregoing statement is! cu which so
: TTotlce.-Six .MONThS aftor date I shall ,-. nearjy.'resenibles hf gastricjnoiw
: : _Li accounts and vouchers, Administrator 55SACKS inftriy p.t'torthe County attended day.15th.May.l4i, a e & true,accordingto the-'best of his knowledge and- '-or saliva in decompOOTgfo a d'streagueuM
present my to;and respectully solicited, : l J' 1 S At P.ilatka Pulnam beliefs Sf. S ?--t CHASyQULMBY :theorgans''digestioir thisSjrewmitioaj
t5'L' of the Estate of Francis Richard county, on Tuesday, 22d "as; iC
Jacksonville May 1848 ? Sworn and subscribed to before rft : ?-Tj.T r_j1-1 -. '*, 7-M"* iA
t. ,. 1 ate of Duval County, deceased, to the Honorable : j May. ,.u / _. / S the 2d me Orange, dripaiIlla. pT.cajJor
At Mellohville. August1847. ocC YRUS BALD WINi"S
Orange county on Tuesday
't. .v' ., : : L Judge of Probate of said county, for a final ace'S '
Bricks S 2 of the'P
for Sale11 DtbMay. .
% > settlement of said Estate, and shall, at the same S S 5 3
> ? L "T
At Ocala Marion jy> &
? :; ;4 **', ? : time, apply for Letters of Dismission as such S ,rpIIE SUBSCRIBER offers' for sale, hayd ;'county,H on/Monday, 18th S TWO CHILDREN : S5-
June. SAVE&V 'srajcaiormattended'withsournes
!' VV". '. JL bricks of the first .
which all
: ;: Administmtor, of persons interested quality, manufactured 5- -
::3 3 f:4: I v in said Estate, are desired to tak notice.- by himself in the vicinity, of Jacksonville, at ; At Lake Lindsay, Benton county,Monday, Very few families inJeedfact.we*i have- f pf

NPr V I -:-- :- STEPHEN I). FERNANDEZ, Adm'r.. the low price of FiyE DOLLARS per thousand': 25thJup..1 ;'; j !. 1s- e-. 3 .. not heard' of one-thafrlnised Dr; Townsend's ro ffcfte,

:,;. # January 20, 1849 Cm They will be'ready. for delivery by ,the,1st day AtFbrt"FanningfLevy. county, on Monday, Sarsaparilla 'in time-lost any childrferithe past a veraion to allk.offood2 ancLfo ;ce1j
9th July.n't summer,Svhile those that did'not sickened ?(what J'bould'eat I )
g5f.I: '1' .O May next., He,assures those in want .of the ,,** tzt >- j S :1 i1 "* and ) uyebit been'ii
** & At 'died. The certificate l.Ut* JT_ti =:A ffr"
; % BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS article, that they will give nsfuU satisfaction as S Tampa, HUlsborough county, on Monday,S we--publish'beloiBr ; gTj By 5CTif h
ANDa 30th.July. [ evidVuce of its flln 'bI i Pnly arioth' \ UI SUAl v.i'iVti J-* ->
ny imported at.such great, from : j Qi-J4 1 MS i- L
unparalleled and expense .
astonishing West instance of its liveVof' *I J! 4
North. AtKey1 Monroe county onjMoaday avingthe children?* ; e ffectIniinoviig !. .,
onh1J.z1 wasJjl
; ,
Dr. Wistar's .
q efficacy Balsam of Wild l .& .<
,, 13h( August.,,,, Di TOWNSE4D-DeUSft:mI: had two"cchil-; t dbot %
$_ .1 Cherry, in all the diseases for which it is Also tiles well brick, and Cornice.brick, will ; wva. 'tt ; ;: t urEi4
recommended dren
I be furnished in any quantity desired 'at Miamij Dade. county, on Monday 20th, cured by your Sarsaparilla o the summer ,f s'paypla? ndlin ySMtili&Sfc
: after the
curing skill
cases oft
many August complaint-and' dysentery f- one' h-feVTte' i-\iKy8S"SS
the best : mULL. :<. tl ..? ,, II ** < 1 /sAt > was ;bnly :1 5
;1. 0 a large and physicians increasing was unavailing demand for, has it effected This : Orders may be S left S at the, 'at reof1Mr.: Fort Pierce, St. Lucie county, on Monday months1 old and the1 other 3yearsv; .They.were ;fpund my appetite restorcd.aRdjtlxeieariSura
e' t fact has caused several unprincipled counterfeiters Chas. fleWnal, in.Jacksonville. 5 ..< .. ? September, S S very f "reducedand we"expected th'ey'vrould: 'entirely/rempyed. :an3''I'wouldf"earnestly i
: and imitators April 211849. ; St.. All :persons.interested, and who.have.not already die the weregtvenipbyto: ; respectable .commen"drihenr- those 'wbo..ave l
to palmoff mixtures *
spurious iMPREJIOME niade, thejr, physicians. When the doctor informed & aicted v ii .t
proof f inave
'. : -t : are hat : been. vst'OUIS,.
similar and
: lI a. name appearance, for the' TESTIMONY. their .witnesses..ready and come prepared, to1.prove ,we 'must lose thein\veresblyed t6itryy,6 j..; 4 ; VEZj
.; S Balsam. Some called of
r.S. gefiuiuc arc "Syrup '
"t Wild "Balsam of *'"Wild No. 48 Union Street, Boston, April 18,1846. their cases fully. Settlers on lands here-5' Sarsaparilla had heard nfnclTo'f, but had N. B. Purchase none but such as lave vhpj j
Cherry Spikenard
% tofore.unsurYeyedvwill have little"confidence, tnere bein 'so Wuclx stuff gdvertised' 4 that hide-tie !
&c. Mr. Seth W. Fowle-Sir: A sense of gratitude an opportunity ,ers ;bottle* completely and ITJ
: Cherry Comfrey Another4tLyeter' jfeify,their lands.,. ihat>!s worthlessl ibut'-we; 'thttenztiitii TSED. '
b' 'i" S Balsam of\Yld| Cherry." misspelling the naine, io you, and of duty to the public, prompts me "' ? ? ;.... thankful that did of S.Ps
we for
to make the fo1lowingt.atenxettwhich .ti"HUGa ARCHER, it'unddubtedly-'
.: I ; and forging certificates' resemble those of ; if of auy .
tlift U'*es-ofbothpj! Wtf f 1.1i .
service to is j4entafthe1Iuersor. < That 6thei lni N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 Statc4t dJes'torifsons. the true balsam. "Dr. Wist rJ8 lltlsamofWil4l you entirely at your'fepoail. '
Lo Is&it.It Aj14' '
: It may-have the to i duce : f:4: jkf )lj L 1 Ihj1sdelpL1 S
effect 'some '
'S 4 : Cherry" is't he-only genuine. The rest merely other suf : '! 14 ,e 1S 4 ffc
ferers to make trial'df DugLID3S4
imitate a ypuifnvaluuble
F5:S -i :5 n.xmcjof its' tirlgin-'il! none'of virtues sayrhnsliterjilly .
possess "
ivI :? jffWif ?
? ; ed { ix'MpKTusraftet/date,1; 1shalXapply S rSEt1ffATIC As'YiU.i 1 tfc.v yjiJl-i tn ;- J
mefrom the
; ,
&ter--i: t' LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF Last grave Uwas to which 1 was fast has1teuing. jthe'Honr rybat.e udg Of Colniiiba'couiit JamesumrtthgsEsj on :
July attacked1 ofhA'sist'ujiii
cr' v THE GENUINE for'Letter of
which'resulted in Dwmission'asAdministrator onR. L LtO5 the Lunatic
S ,: Ayslum3lackwe1j"s
S4 Tiic'gcnumc Balsam is put tip in bottles, with with violent pains in the side ac-very and severe chest cough'From of Cl ft ni te Uaiot ij.; entle n akcf'h$ th ;
u' ,:t ; ., the'words *Ur. Wistars Balsam of Wjld Cherry -5 that tirael began to waste AwayVhotwitlistanding r: tiOIIffCLEFTON MmA 55S 'T I'

ie : '' Philad.," blown in the glass; each bottle I was under the treatment of skilful bhyj- r : :t jid ; -4c Sr 4S !'i"cases

412r : : bearing a.Libel on the' front with the signature iciana. They prescribed for rme in-vain. ofrheurnatism'ath1l
: S of ; : H W.ISTARAI; D., R. REID & CO. 11
; S much'reduced, that friends
: my 'frankly' _ _ -n
S ..'S This-will bGenveltipedhereifter with a new told methat.Lraustdfe: ,' ahd that I was liable to* chronic S .
4t.t. % ., wrapper; copyright secured, 1844;. on which i' at rtfjy.Timtf. x j At tl.; _: t..ijT: laj'i i tlteWhtrfand the buildhi8 tta 1icd'1 traOrdi a irtth 4 S 5 th -' "1

(3. ; 4i$. : t will always -appear the written signature of JI'istgr's, JJaltmn*rof Wild Chthby adf4 hte : S
4t i: now. prparcdW1Y&GOOD&'GJ1O Jn' corinectibfff'with their'lihhrates. ,
S : rarta1'rfl4Zdbsc1i1iembas
1'i..: 1. BUTTS,? .5 55 5 / neighbor. who Iife Ij If CERT1UiRP 'AR t. :i

,; -5- 5. : '4 i unediatey scnt fo1lttlb :' MND ISONEQUdE8JMfl.tISH; '
QRPI4L.SJJ &C. Mara hino. 1iiced5wasindeed .5 7 o
?: aoS wonderfuli'
tS[ jiy 'tuvsicianj RN7toi1 "* "' **
Vr" Absynlhe Lemon 'Syrup;"Rfens iU;S f one of the most respectable in Boston, who'Kaitprevieusly -, tTfl USINESSI aGENER4T1COiflU&I;'.' 4': o feff a&&i 4 fltte9ebSt Mt1pb1ob

\ ron, 9urrants-PreserTed Ginger?. Fresh Sail } :.tpld fme*that a cure''was hopele&fcdmem. 5.4 Thelt4 xnylimbiieTViewi'frt 5iLtW i

5 S S monand Lobster in cases, Sardines j Olives. Ca-: and 1 informed him VhaVl had taken5 ., t1ie iaiiI I t i* irtm o >u; cjaiu3. #ifl:'** jf i!<" i b; ?r*9!

eTh'Currnt'Iefly BMbkberry JarhJujnb o and told iiim the good effectsThli cxpcfienced1He ; d&meb4thtb tha &

azteltefincd Ltquoric' &c. Tor Sale by 55 examined the BaUaro;mndIdld m idJlMnrmuetheUsebf Tbe t; pfoodt1 '!s't ; heJrrahadjn3f fi 1SliaP'B4m1llbc'br

S j 'S tiA.'M'ItEED; H? 1 ri hichtimel 4idWiJ* cztaLi&t; ,
4 5 have
-, to
't .t ; tinned to improve, deWjlit 1 t c f rth lbii I
i..1 t RI OtlCChereby girento aUwbomit inS daily j and theamephTsf& & Public ;
Y iin who bail..given-me ; =4T6ttT8r ct
will appi't uprentirely toltime $ odounH
1 &
by petitono theJudges ;: fqay8irc1&Ji1 Li .S ;il 2 : COULDkO w3C 2a V
ofProbate for c 55e L ansi forwarded with.4espatcb. &v&liK2 .
umbisznd Alachua I 1 E Jbaiwuu i l 'of9iti v* >ytiw ivwtj J aMajan jl,4 counties thenxt terms oyftujedgujd: Pni"1 ThetrStor fpfflci .of healthy crtitKTO
': I IS -' 1 > VBV Miftd ; tecr ationrhaUrusis-hi&-4
.erlthtl: U of their several Courts, for leave strength l44c) fljy | ;
to sell the real tLhCrutltdftlj ; conveoieiit to the WhBfr : Iiiti L. bMdMt tw* v 8 St
I etate othcjateaJob I ::1 Palatkrt. St.JphnyillrerrE.'PtrJahu ;QthbkdihojEiji :i Jaiot.CiARK.wilI alwnv- Amnr*>K- fiiiiln*
li t situatcdznsaid Counties.'k fl1i ew it fftidtt*2ttqfj oifS___atyP! ia:r ;

mate of our fgmUjr ome ; tz'atccF9
5 t 14j S
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Ixeouiors of Jacob Sumnicrlin, deceased and : .ttec.59) ;! LI I
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& imv .Guardians of the iniaor heirs' ?' ** '!" K1R : S 'AM1t1b 'OW4ND.SCOTCUjILE..I'Fors ; b1st $ iii'e9I4 ) : 1S timhpcct

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