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Title: Ocala Argus
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 34-53 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. M. Grouard, Jr.
Place of Publication: Ocala E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 25, 1848
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Aug. 1847.
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Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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ONE PRICE

Cash Store.


S. nimble Penny is better than a slow
Shilling."

S Better .for the buyer and
.. r. the- seHe.r.- Why Be-
cause the seller can afiord his
goods at less prices-he is not com0ip'lletd
to make goo.l men pay the bad debts on
his books-,vlich, on the credit system
is unavoidable. With cash in hand he
vnn turn' his capital over alnd over, and
h11st. purchase at lower prices than on a
cred it .. ;, : ....
It is better for the buyer, ienause he not
only 11.1s ch.ap)er with cash, bg^ he wll
avoid th, te.inptation of buying articles he
has no use for, or which he can do with-
out, merely because hlie can have it charg-
ed. B-it pay day is sure to come at last,
naud widh it duns, and quits, and judgments
and executions, all of which might have,
been avoided by using tioe"1 nitble penny
instead of the slow shilling." .
The subscriber beleiving in the above
systemn of finance." respectfully informs
his friends and the public that he is iow
receiving

New Goods

S From New York and Savannah,
: "ch 4 ill be sold at very low prices for

Cash

Ad expecting to he supplied almost week-
(lduring the season with such goods as
re wanted in the. country, and adhering
I ilhe Cash System, he ca'n- afford, to sell at
> I. ''ill adv"( n-e, and respectfijlly invites
0 ,t. ho wish to buy goods, to cOll at the
White Store
side8ie of the public square.

-JDES 4, DEER SKIASS
I n in'payment for goods.,
SW. S OLMSTED.
cala, October 16th 1847.


DEVOTED TO JUSTICE-JUDGE FROM OUR ACTS.


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OCALA,.9E. F., SATURDAY MARCH 25 1848.


VOL. 1-NO a*


o_ -o T'


S THE OCALA ARGUS.
Is: published every Saturday, at Ocala
East Florida, by .
GEO. M. GROUARD, JR.
at two dollars a year, in advance, or five
dollars at the and of the year.
Advertising terms -One squa e, twelve
lines and under, for the first insertion",- one
dollar, each subsequent insertion,75 ients.
To yearly advertisers a liberal discour.t will
be made.
Advertisements not marked vith the
number of insertions required, will be con-.
tinued until forbid and charged fdo.
ve dollars will be charged for all
announ 'e -ents of candidates for office
One square forsix months .$10
Noice to debtors and creditors :, 10
Publication for letters of administration 5
Ui- All adnmissable persic.nal cimmiinica
tions will be charged as advertisements.
gj* All bills for Job Printing, must be
paid on the delivery of the work.
Uj All communications must be addres-
ed postage paid. '


powder, trying squares, spokesiraves [vermillion, roieestone, ivory black' guar
rules, gimblets, nobs, brase buttons, dtaw-shellac, bright varnish, pearlash, saleratus,
ing knives, pincers, horse cards aiid curry uppercarbomrate of{ooda., tartaric avid, ginger
coimbs, )8a general assortment of brushes, macohoy snuff, scorch snuff, alcohol, starch
bellows, bed cords, tarred and hemp rope,7Miqijoriee ball,'hath brick, powdered ginger
seine and net twine, sail twine, clothes, root, olive oil in bottles anid baskets, salt.
ine, fish lines and hooks. petre, nimirigs.
Drugs and Medicixes. Together with a great variety
good assortmient of" drugs and medli ... / r
M .-. Of'slirIf a d'-fancy. sgods, sta owner
ines, consisting of a great variety of ar- Y-g Y
tiles in ne.- .i-e cUt ery, woodware, hardware, hats ) caps
h i tn tsshoes, nails, hinges, &d.
G R CE ERIE S. A FULL ASSORTMENT
TEAS. Of crockery, complete sets of granite
Young hyson, oid do., Twankay, Gutin china and commonware. Nov. 20, 47
powder Imperial, BoheaPouchong, THEFRNAKLIN HOUSE. '
Souclng" ". \. .L NO. 105 CHESNUT St.
S SUGARS, &m. ". 1
Refined loaf, .crushed, do., Muscavdo, B(TIEEN THIRD OURH. JT l
(bright,) liquiorice, paste, rock candy, West PHILADELPHrA- I .
India molasses, Havana honey, This popular and central Hotel established
COFFEE, &c. by th ., M.essrs, Sanderson, havingrpassed
Ja~vagreen r n d.. 1 ^ i into t) e 1haml ofthe subscriber, he desires to
ava green, do., grnd, mocha, choco in!'orm hffilejfds and the puble, that it is
late, and prepared coa. nv ,pen.rthe reception of guests.
CANDLES. To thA.kwho tiave visited the "FRANK.
Coimoi snperm, tallow, and .wick, LIN HQUS&*ita" advantage asa desirable
mmon stopping pe-ire 'well known to those who1g
UA4 ;have nvtt.it will be only necessary I sate
Shaving, white seented, variegated do. that i't is situated in the busiest part' of the
and brown, most fagdJonable street, in the immediate
TOBACCO vicinity of the Exchange, Post Office, Banks
TOBAcCO..;Custom House, Placeof Amusement, Hotels,
Plug, 16and 18scavendishladies' twist Steamnboat Landings Rail Road Depotz,
paper tobacco, ima'aboy snuff, scotchdo. Public S(pares, Court House, &c .
regalia, principe, moya, [a: norma, and Since'the of proprietors, a large amountfo
other brands, and common sers money has been expended in -enlarging.
FISH. refitting refauinibsiing an t-painting. A.n on^g
n.. riumerous improvements, may be men'ioned
Hegrings,.sardines, salhnon n)ackerugL.!an IV wPr-, new Ladies Ordin-
eod-^ -" "' r." ary, new niinansDining.Sinloonnew
S" Parlours,new Chambers, new Kitchen
... WNES, LIQUORS, &<. and new Bar Room. besides mnny other
Brabdy, Otard, Dulpuy and Co., do., minor improvements. .
Bordeaux, Jarnaciasspirits, old Ration rum, The principal features ol a first-rate Hotel,
do 1 ro 4 proof, Holland and Schiedau gin "The Table and. Wine Celler," will be
Whiskey, Scotch do.,'a fine article; Mn- under the management oA E
deira wine, Hlowardl, Mars & co, Mar- Mr JAMES M. SANERSON.
spiles andMalaga, Pale aud Brown9, Dff, one of the former proprietors, whose ambition
Gordoni and co., sherry, port champagne, to excel as a Cateier is well known. His
hock, sparkling 'intage 1832, Bordeaux widely celebrated Co)k "Pelletier," a.idel
vinegar,,London porter, inquarts xperened assistants will continue tilbe as
his right hand man.
pints. .. The office and books wil be under the
PICKLES, SAUCES, &c. charge ot
Assorted in halfgallon jars, do in bottlest Mr GEORGE P. BURNHAM.
es reSrolivesmushroonm catsups, tomato late the able Editor of the"Daily Ohio Un-
do,fish ance',a-so riekinds, pepper sauce ion, of Cincinnati, "and more recentiyvot
Sdofisht'sa aste, emondsu Peper sau e a oBoston. In short,' great exertions have
Stoughtoti's bitters, lemon syrup, sugar of been made 9and hereafter will not be spared
lemons, lime juice, West India preserves, to render TheFranklin" one ofthavery
salad oil, anchovies. first rlotels for comfort, convenience, an
OILS. good living. D K. MINOR.


Fall and winter strained, sperm, refined THE HOWARD HOE USE.
an l unrefined whale, tanners, train, lin- rilHIS well known and favorite establish-
seed, neatsfoot and olive. / JL ment, on the cor. of Broadway and How-
.MISCL LANE S ard street, the publicc are respecfully inform,
MISCELLANEOUS. ed, has been lately, enlarged and improved'
Rice, pot barley, oit meal, alum, cop- and fitted up in elegant and superior style as
peras, pipe clay, Spanish float indigo, fia a Restaurant. The proprietors have con.
blue, Londlon starch, wick, liqplid blacking, veniently located their spacious Saloon on
pints and quarts, paste in tincases Shoi the first floor, and have spared neither pains
and scrubbing brushes, corn -broons, or expenses ind E D om for
whisks, pipes', Ger nuan t)ij)es, Iniglit l~igisI ury,,'a~nd providing such a eco mnmod -atio as fo~r
door mats, percussioncaps. gt thir numerous visitors as they trust will
camphor, ma ile.soncappso,.8Guower meet witn their 'most-Cordial approbation.
camphor, esilte soap, epsom salts, gum The stock of the bars is of the most choice
arabic, oil peppermint, anil flour sulphur, and superior kind, having been selected from
alcohol, borax refined and crude, window the best and most approved brands with
glass of all sizes and qualities, white lead, great care and attention. Some of the wings
dry- and oil chrome groee anid yellow and cigars possess the merit of age, having
ochre, paint brushes, all sizes, lamp black ,been iqthe House for upwards -f fifteen
nutmgs, mac", cloves pimento. Isinglass years;. A1the valiousdelicacieskofthe ;ee
essence of rose, peppermint, interreen so d ever thing that the mar etafford,
e. ene o ro ,ppiernntWintergreen W, ,aa'd bvy mar, ..t_ ...
lemon, orange, and berga. or, e cinnamon; and df the very best, will always be found
friction matches, carbonate amonio lus'- in their Larder, and several u p a styl&
tre, soda for a i, L a .do mit that cannot fail to please a most fastidious
tre, soda for washing, Londonr nustar, I ner_ .uper a
":' g" tasteI besides .which, dinners ,ppers&C
cayenne e peiljer.,powdered ntjttneg, do private roomsfiurnished at'any time and g~t
einn mon. Liquorice, glue, -corks of all, the shortest notice. Also, lare and ct
kinds, sarsa|)arilla, sponges, coarse and fine modious room on the s con .floor, withJ
chalk red and white, paris white, spanish convenient an d spacious fitrmnce in Broun
brown, venetian red, sand paper, pumice way, to let by the day or week.
stone, tar and rosin, japan, copal varnish NeW York, Sept. 29,184.,.


tMlOA-PTFOR~ols


O C A LA ARGUS


NEW ESTAB-
LISHMENT !

WHOLESALE AND RE-
TAIL DRY-GOODS, D RUG
HARDWARE, GROCERY,
AND PROVISION STORE.

THE subscribers, at the solicitation of
many fri at Palatka, for the purpose of doing a.
general business adapted to the wants and
convenience of
RIVER COUNTRY POPULATION
We askin return sufficient encourage-,
mont of consignments and business gen-
erally, upon which liberal advances will
be made.
Oir supplies are direct from New York,
warranted, antid will be sold at
REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH, OR
TRADE.
C' Exchange Drafts, Efc., bought and
sold.
R. R. REED, &CO.

The following comprises a small
pr portion of their Stock.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
Of colored muslins, ginghams, Frenchb-i
Englishi anVd AmeriCdi-4-priura of-the nmom
recent style, and every variety of quality.
SCloths, c-issimeres, garb)roons, and vest-
Ing min great variety, consisting of Enguli,-y
French and American broadclorhs and
cassimeres, French and English merino for
dress coats and pants.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHIING DE-
PARTMENT
S... full assortment '
Of ready made clothing of the latest style
andI of the best miaternials, such. as dress,
frock and sack coats, jackets, pants and
vests, linen and cotton shirtss, silk, linen
and cotton drawers. Collars, a beautiful
assortment of neck stocks, ties and hand
kerchiefs of almost every variety of style
and quality, suspenders of all kinds, scarfs,
linen cambrick handkerchiefs.
Britannia, Tin, and Wooden Ware.
Tea kettles, coffee and tea pots, mugs
and spitoons, lamp feeders, pans, basins,
pails, buckets, foot tubs, dusting pans, mea-
sures, wash kettles, funnels, sice boxes,
lamps, raters lanterns, muffini rings, tim-
biers, drainers, dippers, shaving boxes,
large and small wooden tubs, trays and
bowls, willow wagons and cradles, keelers
clothesiand pins, mats, handled baskets,
brass and iron wire sieves,- whips, brooms,
washboards, chairs, tables and stools, and
watering pots-constituting a very corn
plete assortment. .
IHardware and Cordage.
Table and pocket knives of almost ev-


ery variety of pattern, butcher, shoe and
oyster knives, steel razors, scissoraq, tea
and table spoons, shovel and longs, brass
andirons, buts and screws, brass, copper,
and clout nads, tacks and brads, rasps and
files in great variety. Carpeniter's tools,
door trimmings and locks, pad and chest
loks, cupboard and trunk locks, axes, sho-
vels anid spades, Ilairge avid" small hoes-
hooksand higps, dog collars and chains,
sad irons, coffee mills, iron and steel squa
res, brass candlesticks, bridle bits, buckles
and stirrups, percussion eaps, spotaling





_


Influence of the Moon. Yine"E
f pruned when the moon is in-
creasing in light, will shootf
out spread, and grow fast
particularly if it be done in the
secondd quarter because, a4.the .
ight of the moon increase,
o 4oes the sap in the tree.
Vines if pruned when the
noon Is decreasing in light
will not spread nor grow fast,
particularly if it be"done du-
ing the last quarter, because
he sap decreases with the
ight. Timber cut down when
the. moon is increasing, will
Son become rotten, particular-
arly if she be in the second
quarter. Timber Put down 3
hen ,the moon is decreasing
il lstor years, and .,the
more durable it will be .f ,cut
down during the last quarter.
Peas sown. during the moon's
increasee will bloom to the last,
and will .be 'full and rich
in flavor; still more certain if
sown during the second quarter
Peas sawnn when the moo-is
lecreasingi-n fight will be just
n th apj)osite condition.
Plants abd shrubs shoot up
and take little root if planted
when the m 6irt is incroa-Sing
n fight- ^

Dying for Love-.- A gallanIt t
old Scotcll officer was narra-
ing the unfortunate history of
a early frierid, who had )been
titledd -by a fickle beauty in la-
vor of the Duke of A ; and
he concluded his story thus,
in a tone of much emotion.
"Poor fellow, he never gotto-
ver it; no, sir, it wai the death
of him,, and then after a pause
of much pathos, he added
with a faltering voice--"He
did not live filteen years after
It ...*- -. .. .,
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U,. .&.. iztc~hel


COUNSELLOR AT L tW,
Practises in the. Courts of Law and
Eqiiity in all the counties of the Eastern
Circuit, and in the counties of Benton and
Hillisborough in the Southern Gircuit of
Florida.
Oealh, Marion County, Flo. Marcfi 26tti
NOTICE
SIX WEEKS after date, we will apply to
S the honorable Judge of Probates of A-
]achua county, for letters of .administration
on the estate of John Dougherty late of said
county dec.
o G. & J. H LVENSTON. l
Wacahoota March 26tI1S481 6w
.. NOTICE '
SIX WEEKS after date, I will apply to
the honorable Judge of Probates of Ma-
rion county tor letters of administration on
the estate of Edwird Norton late ofsaid
county, dec..
GLADNEY NEALE, Am'r
Mach 26 1048 ow


THE OCALA ARGUS. FLORIDA LAN-i) SALES. funeral Sermon of Mr Adams.
At the sale of State Lands at this The house f represent i
00 Tehou-se of Representa-i
r .. place, as amvertise ibv the Registsr, seven
06AI, Z. F&. AIRA 26 ,1848. e v se y iRgistor, sevenives hasq'ordered 20,000'copies C
o^,A, ,. MARCHr[ 28 1848. L u("acts were sold!; out of tlhese, only three eS has'ordered 20,000 copies (
...........-"-- brought $1 an acre! one, 80 cents per acre of the Sermon preached on
... .. ...... and the others 50 cents an acre. This the occasion of the death of Mr F
.S .probably may ba another confirmationn of Adlams,by the Rev. Mr. Gler-
^^ ^^^ r^ ^'^ ~the truths we have told of David' Levy's-- Ch-aplain of the house, 1
" ItmTay be kememb -red that in that The discourse was from the 11th
'^B^^ ^% |^ j8.i^- circular he stated that our lands e would i ................ i
b ring us in from 5 to $10 per acre, and cha ter and 17th verseof Job. '
..a.- .! o .. ...-v -"MY -days arr(1.-pasip n" pur-.
.... now Maior BEARD find dlffi taly in 6se)l- .. .
---'--ing them at 50 cents. We re ere liblyposes re broken off, even
SDon't forget the WH itU formedd tht atan appraisemenr fStae thethbougllht of mny heart.. r
meetin-g next Saturday Lands recently surveyed arid selected by 'On Sunday, the 5th inst. t
.. appointed State 'surveyors, the variationn several of the Boston clergy- l
We are inf rmed that at of some ,racs werepi at ,.t men preached from the tollow- I
acre,, are^-What do the friend (if State G. .-.
Sars:I--what do the _'-eid. of state inz appropriate text e t.. nrefer-.
the late election in this and eminent think of this?-andl vwhatdo the b t he same subject. !
countiesame Lo fieso" 0~ ,
Alachua counties fori? officers fthe ,10h people think of the false promises of Levy o
egineht of Florida militiathat Major C. Yulee.?-aud the h-ad tax and the cattle r e) d, te L o
A.-MITCH'L awas elected Colonel, and J. tax, and alf tHe other hpavy taxes with Hosts doth take the ighty .
MCGAHAGIN selected Lt. Colonel, hicWeare lhtirdlened ? Can we be so nan,the prudent anil th an- .
No rai yet. Things look ba deceived and yet believe that thissort of client, and the honorable: man,
N Democracy is a. blessing? Words with- and the cOUinsellor and el,,-
THE DEATH OF CAPT' LIvING- out meaning, and promises as light as air. qUOnt Orator'--Isaah 1,2, 3.
TON.-It is with much regret hen Iresidents Dine-On Diies of Daily Le--lt is
wehave to record the death Davy Crockett's return to his a great misfortune that people i
of Our-pairi~otie fellqw citizen D v i ~e1ve
of our paroc fe citizeconstituentafter his first ses- oconinrly anuse themselves ,
-CAPTR. G LIvINGSTON. He r, ,atin"t with idle .aginriry .shemes,
Sioni in Congress a "nation -of Liiir,,seis
diied at Puebla from the effcts how they would behave, and Q
_. .t h-em stirroun ed llmron ay,V o .... *:
of a gun-shot wotnd rece veid te. surround hm ne day whattey could do, wore t0hey4
I and began to interrogate ha in such situation They.. ould
... .. r i- : i I e- I . n s u c h -:si ttu ca t n I h e y iw _.o t ld I
accidentally. is unt.-.e y about Washiington. What be very good and very exetnp- a
J ate w ill be d eep v r ~ e t u ... -....... ...'.. -. .... .
.fate will be deeply regrettetime ,do they dine at Washini,- lary, were they very great, very
by a large circle of friends, tn Clonel ?" asked -one. lIarned, very wealthy, very i
and aadsamnthe'-lntspi-,T, ,. ,, retired (, veryv. i1d and the like.
to the memory of the past .. 'ehy ad oet h" ', t they neglcIct the gift which,
.d this un..r.voked ple, uch as you are here. get is in htem, ad the work which
caused ths upovodheir dmners at onte o'clock, is ppoihed for them, while i
Sand unjust war. 6'but the gentry and big tns dine they are tninkng of that whicli
---- at three. As for Representa- is'not. Alas! that main's j
It.has been decided bv the ties,we d neatfour, and the thoughts should beso taken
War Department, that the Fo- aristocracy -" and the Senate dreams and reverie
up with dreanis~anrd reVeliios_
....rida volunteers c lied out to they don't get their victuals till how to manage werethev in
defend Florida against the at- five." "Well, when do es theanother station, while the chief
s tack ofthe lndiansare entitled President fodder?" aske a- wisdo itbtf lithforisi^st in thle
h ne e ofher. "-Old Hickotry! ex- asiduoUs discharge of those
to the bountyunder the ket" claimed the Colonel, (attomt- duties which belong 0o .their
ISth Ma) 846. ing to appoint a time in ac- own proper calling.
gy" The Northern papers announce cordanc with the dignityof the own p ca.ig
the deaths ofJudge Spencer, of N. Yo-k, station.) "Old Hickory ? well Agood Wife-Oh, it is beau
and Mr. Wheatonour late minister to he don'l dine tl next day titul to live blameless under
W:Prussia, and otherwise distingUi-hed. the poisoned glance of the


o-to Ha,-How wOrld; poisoned, whetherhr it
.; PI Senator Sevier, of Arkansas, has. bbu w to." n-e b ,.". .-.tii ...
been appointed minister to Mexico. This much it would condceo to our Poraise o bl ame: eauti not
indeed looks like peace, happiness to be selected in our hooks to be polluted by is observa-
and in our friends: to choose tion; but more beautiful to be
{" There has been a Revolution in each mniore for their good than intimately known to one-to
.Th srnch King has abdicated their knowledge; more for their possess 0n gentle and honest
being Chtistians than Phtlos- friend, and.... that one wife!
If there be aught on th others; to be connected with Beautiful to be able to iead
Serth a spee eaa small bu 'certain income; to her pure soul as in a mirror,
earth, a species of mental d f
have no master,- and few ser- and tobe aware there 6f every
pAinI,'ore utterly intolerable vants to preserve our health blot on one's own soul and to
than the rest, it is to feelt"`at by exercise instead ofni medicine be able. thus to ourify t a-
no one sympathises with our toadhere to our religious duties against the day bt that great
sufferings-nay, that those to allow the pleasures of life to trial -I--Mary owttU.
suffering themselves are regar- pasS Without a murmur, and hefollowingis n old ladr lIebtpe
repr a nto to wait with the confidence of of-,i, i n
ded as matters of reproach and f e et r testing Indigo : Sprnkle t, in fine
p iOus hopoe for the eternal powder, on a pan of water, and if it is good
0u111. !future it".i will either sinkoriswima-Iforgetwhic'


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A young man, student of
Smedicine,- inh Baltimore, very
-.nearly lost his life last week
by incautiously ..trying experi-
Iments on himself with chloro-
form..

NOTICE
-. Six weeks nfter te I d will apply to tils
lHon. Judge of Probates of Marion county,
1or letters of notinistration on the estate
of A. J. Lyon, late of said county, dec.
D. A. McDAVID.
Ocala; Feb. 12, 1848.


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LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Offiee atOral'a,
Florida, ol tlie 30il of Decenbe-r, 1847
whvIle if not laken ottinm three months
will be sent to ibe dead letter office in
Vashingtun, D.C.
A K
Ashurst Josiah -3Kintgs
B M
Bleach Willie Michell, Thomas
Beekain J R Monmroe J
S Branch W D -Miles F
Bryan St,'!lhen-- Madisoni'J H
"lechi John M -rtini E'l
Buickneil Doct BF Morrison K C

Connell W Pincekstoln MI K
Cade J PYriest Gabriel
Cl.lhratne.E. Poole T R
Cenin J ,Pearson J Wo
.CarterJ W R
:- D .RawlesCotton'
Dnpree Mlrs Ann S.
G Steifel W M--2
Sinlg VW G-3 Strage P .er
G-irger. John cott Johi-2 .
G.ir IHrr John T
11 Tracy C C-29
linan R W_
i, irkaNV W W..Villiams RH .
(,,kin.s N WVil iamson RH
.. Ilowle James-2 Weeks Jtames
iWM. ROBERTS, Postlinaster.
Jan. 1,-1848.

H. A. -.CRANE,
SWIo11.. IALE' GIOCER.
SAAANNA -. GEORA11.
A DiMI N iwSTR"RATOR9' NO' 1C U.
O^IXtX MIONTIIS afie"r diee date leprp6of, I
S Will ai|)ply to the" Hon. Jnde of Pro
l1es, feo" Ai;"'"hi9 county, at Ne ,naisville
for Il discharge from the administration of
the estate Of' Charl'es Gibl)n8s, deceased,
Sand will then present my final account lor
ettlemtent.
SILVESTER BRYANT,
S Administrator with the will annexed.
SNewnansville, Sept. 25, 1847.
-VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
( 19,000 Acres of valuable land situated on
2 St. Johlns River, five miles sotlh otV41-
.-sia,800 Acresof which isithe best Live
S Oak, Cedar and Cabbage Hamnmock. Indes
.puwab le titles given, and will be sold in lots
to suit purchasers, by enquiring of
S J. A. BRUSH,
NOTICE.
SIX months after date, the undersigned
will apply to the Hon. Judge of Prd-
.bate of the county of Alachua" for letters df
administration on the effects of Samudl
Eigle. deceased, late of Alachivi county.
S... B. HOPKINS,


" ::-*:C.. H. Cole,


Pa rtiatha,Aug 1 ,1847. .


PhOPOSALS FOR BUILD- sTAT"r-OV0o.A'.'
r \ T EASznTERN."IRC. i
INGA JAIL .. MARION COUNTY CiRCUITCOURT
.. .. I .Ul COUR


FLONRIDA LAND SALES.
WILL be'ofrired for 'sale at auction, on
the 7th dtay of March, 18-18, at thile county
site ofBenton county, East Floridn, sever-
al tractsofland, in iownshtip, 21, range 18,
and in lowl ist:li 24, rnie 21. '
Oni the ltih d(ay ofMarchl, at the court
hIouse o" fMitrion coneiny, sunldry tracts ill
Townislhj 13, Ringe 20.
14, 22. .
(< 14, 2l21.
: tt : 14,; 22s ''*


SEALED proposals for a Con-
tract to erect a jail at ctia,,
the county site of Marion
county, according to the plan
hereinafter -described wil- 6e
received by- the Board.. ofl
County Comiiissioners for
said county until the eigCht
dlay of Mlarch hoxt.
The building shatl ie twenty feet square
on .the outside, and shall be foiuied On a
brick or a stone wall two feet thick aid
two feel high, jaiui shall he divided imo.
two roonis. ite' building shaill consist of
two piens, constructed 01one willin tie oth
er, seven inches apart it; the Ings of both
p'-ns to be hewn,,twelve inches squareand.
notched, so as to fi down close. :.The
pace between the pens is to tbe filled.
Up with inchleons six inches in thiekniss.
Th- roomiiis are to be separated b\ a .,ur
tilioin .of logs, hiewn, twielyve inches .-qi're
to a joint edge, filed elise, an!d the joints
lined with .hick plnpk. Thle luilding -i?
to be ceiled on the outside. 0 ,,tl rootn
are to be flonreid above and lelow -with
rigs, twelve inches square. .7TIe wall i l.
the rooms and pIartiiion to,be ten fhet igh.
between tile flomrs-liere shall be I. e
window to eych room, two feet square,
iniftidiatlely below thile upliper floi'r. to lie
gu'iarded with strong irni cross imrs', flour
inches apart; the bars to be an inch ni'd
a qiart-r. :Ther shali)e aitdoor.to eacch
room. Each door shall be double.,1 The
outside door. shall Ile. guartled, by spik-s
driven in i abln i in i all ,parl ia di tl h il be
iprovidedl with a Ularge iron stock loik,` aind
a Si-ron'( g r tlasp jt.,iple and ;padlc .. Tihe
inside door shallt have an aperture ieighl
it 'lics by -ten, at n convenient .hei lhtl
ant )e e,,pirovidldl .,wiih ltwo strong iro1
lide boils. one to fasteit at tie top aifi
the lh r 1.o Instn ailt'ie b o io i; mI tull tihe
doors to be.hl.ni. on s.0 1i;ong iron book
'litiges-two feet long. "
Tew doorway to. vahel door to be triee
feet wide by- five: fet high. The roo{
of itle -huilding-shall be constructed ini
the forn- of a tetragon, with four equal
sides, Aind covered with sound heart piiie
slini lehs.
Persolns submitting proposn s 8for conI
tract % ill sate also the time within which
tile neontract-'wil t)e com lett'd..
Persons'-,,, h to wlto the ,-contraet i
granted will be requiired to give Bond t6`or
the fidifil perl' ri inilun(e r.-:, ',i li saili ,.
The terms of payment will be ,oue
half at ti1e delivery of the worlk and the
lulance in twelve months. -
Pposials will be -:opened an the 8th
of March next. .
Propo,,.l, to be addisd to A
AlITCHELL, COility TrelaSuirer, O(-aiI ,
JOSHUA McGAHAGIN
Pr's'i, at Officer, pro. tom. !r
SOcala, Ftbruary 7, 1848.


Neji IVergusson, andnst'r.V .-J .<
ofJatmes Lynch,.de'e: .i -
+ :.- .:: 4, '-t .; -=-.
~..

pr c ae I c H A C E R
!t. Ririir',+f;Jampes' B;:' "+-
cole, '.Frde ie "' ,lte t: : rr
JJosiah lW lhillam,. Wl- : .-
Slieun WiitP, GOrgfr" .
Colin, John W.C. Loud, '
Augusta,_s" dele,/ seI tr *-.-+.... .\ .+ +r
Cavass,: Phillilp He.l4r,
Clirles A. Mihe,, Ro .Bill o mar-
lert G,J.Livi sloniG..W ,<.. ihalI a etsct,.
{31Off, F.,-VV. Ealis, 'rlo- I &e,. ": <, ;
minas H. ltnrner, Anliony :
Ivy, and ( .i' iniP e p uyi t.1 I .
lwidpw of Janes Lyilc, ... -'
decceased. "i' ," + !:,
I having 1),en made to, appear that a
( oi'i of. co pln'in 19t hins ,e 1n.duf filed by
the said compl.innt agauist thie" ibid..< 1-,
fendants ; nnd it lavinghbeen faurliter made
to lappeari by ntlidavidsat.lishfictory to the
Court, ithait F'ret'iink Kletit, Josihi WV.
l');,Ilahi, WVilMiaml II;.Wite, Genrg. -Cuili,
John W. C. Lond. Robert ,t--iiigston,
Phillip Helter, nnd B.- Finiite Lyichi, re-,
side bey ind t.he : riltlso this Snit;, -de-
.fefdasf in he ; ,above bithl of idiii'liin
and it ni -o nppearillg th:it ithe snit'fpio-
niiid"',dgner, a defeidantl in ll0' above
bill of compilnint resides in this Stawe..be-
y lld, the.imlits of tllhis judlldlcjiAl ci lit, so
ltmt 11e process of si,,btenla cannot be
served upon the said defejldlis-
It. is, therefore, on .motion :O fB M.
Pearsdn, comihiilailnts soli-itbri, ,
ORDERED, TiThat ilhe .said ft4Rndamts
Frederick Klett, Jpsiah W.-Dallum, Wil-
liam il. Wite,, George .unlin, Jolhn W.
C. LouI, Robert G. Livitgstbn, 'Phinip
Heller, and B. Finite Lynch, be nd. liey
ar hlerf by required to appear ahnd' plead
of answer 1o the said will f co"imlaint
within the.spiiceo.f foqr iopthsfro li the
dlate. hereof, or fie -nn-ie will bet--aen
against them ilas colnfess. *- v
A .Adl it is further ordered--thnt 'the said
defendant, Ttwtins .H. Hagner, be and llie
is hereby re-qhitedio 1hnpipeanr and plead or
answer to thIiesaid bill of coinpLriiptfjwithili
1lic spce of two months from t-he-date
hereof, or the sgme 1)i-l btle taken j"IfiThst
him as confessed.. "
And it is further ordered lhait' erdl.elId
copy of this order- he published i)n some
SeWspaiper printed .in this circuit 0.nce a
week for tlie spa(.e o .f ouir n tilis. ,
I GEO. WV. MACRAE, Judge,,.i,
Pre I.sidn in r g astrl Ciieiil Mrio n co.
ATr CiHABMB DeSe. 19) 1847. *- .
A- : .. : i:
I, John L. rrannclt,;Clerk of Gie 'ctit
Court for Marion cotuty, do berebyycernify
that ti.'lt, foregoigg is a true oi'igi':d olrer iow of recordim is Ir offiteo
in Ithe above slated cns?. \ ,A; >-;
(iven i.i(ider m y ;illlt i d s0 ,tl :of'of-
L. S. fiee this twenty-second ayv
of December, 1847. : -,
S ; .... JOijN L. IBRANCH,'!"
Cle-k Cir, uit Court, M'tfi, i Conn y.i
: Dec. 25, 18 7.!7 ; .. ... L "


At AM day,' the 3d March:
Sctionn
--Tlhe SE qrof 23
The SW qr of 24
The NW qr of 25
The NE .qr of 20
:Tle E halfof 1
TD)he. W. lialfof .6


ltHouse, on Thlurs-


STo.


7 E
I : .- : 7
1 --::-: 7; 9''


At J,,lerson Coulrt House, on .Monday'
the 27th March. .'


.~~~~ .
The E h'f of NW qr of,]3'
The E lf of i S V qr of ':
The W, t, of NE qr of 14
The W rf of SE qr of 14
The S lialf of, 31
The NE qr of 6
The E lit uf NW Vqr of
TEHnM S.--01ei-fo ili e,'ish,


R
IS 5 E
1 5 .
,t 1 ..... 5 :
1- 5
1 5
2 5
S2 -5
the lalancee


in thrie' equal annuirl inst-;lniits, with ii-
trist ii advallice. Or, iftniy puillrchasers
S io(,uId Ii'r|er .o piy a(IIcashl, five per c .6 ,
will be deduted t irum. the credit inf.tl-
,m en~ts. ,; ,, ", -*- *- .. :
Li.sts ofihe ; !a ri', i tr + ac(t cS an 1 e h1) d
hVy atipplyving to anyiv of llthe Postmasters in
iemonilli iti iy or M iion Iyo they will lhe
fthirnished, ihipplied fr, by letter post paid
addressed to "THi STArTE REGISTER' AT
TALLAHASS:IEr, FLORIDA." ,
JOIHN BE \RD, Reisler of
Public lan.ls of the State of Florida.
Tal!.di.-Ssev, Nov. 13, 1847. 20


.J m J aii .
; OCALA, E. F. :
Offers hi, rofesiii!al services in M Mrion.
Alacha, Beiiton. St. Johns. .and Levy.
Cmisilti ,cu t .
Hi, ofA-ce ia oni tbecorner f" Profession-
a- street an. .eici..'lt ow\v. opofnsite flie
Public Square. r Im h t-in-t atentinn will
be pajd t aill orders :and requisitions.'
Oeala July 3, 17A7.


CLA I O-CONTTRACT. AND
: GENERAL AGENT T; .
GEo. W. Ricel hains associated within iin
WAi. J. McChtminK, Esq. (a gentlema.n long
asid favorable knownrto this community, and
t6 the Menibers of Congress for the ( ist
twenty years,) for the transaction of any
business at W\ashington and vicinity, here
in the services of an Agent or Attorney may
be required. .. .
o. -...R. will attdd to_. th&- pr-osesetio)
of Claims before Congress aud the several
1)epartments; to the obtaining of Contractj:.
the.procurin oif-Pensions, whether Invalid.
Revolutionary,or otherwise; the obtaining
of Pntenis; theiadjustinent. of alt Lan
Claims; ihe. settlement- of all -ihe vari ui
kinds of Accounts with the diiTeren" De-
partments; the purchase and sales of Rev
Estate, Collection. &e. &c .. .
To those who 'have business connected
wibth the French, Neapolitan, Spanish, aud
Mexican Indemnities, rom inmyacquain.tance
with the Modern ta'l; nages, the services l
a translator are u ecessa-ry. -
I .. EO. W. R-ICE
W&ashingte r, tA ne 1 1447,


03 -1 P1, wmin's
G ROCER Y C 0 M 1 1 S S I 0oN
M E tRC EI A NV AND W HAR --
/ FAG E- MASTER. : :
PALATKA, EAST FLORIDA. "


:" -... ..NbTICE,.- ".
ALL persons nre forewarned firio rtrad- .
ing for either of two notes of hund gven.
iy ie to Col. BH. Hopkins, .and batrimg
date ir rhe month of Jutly, I,846, one -piy-
able on the si sf Jaaiy, 1847, alpd ile
other on the 1st ol January.!1841 and be-
inrg dri'ayn for the sum ofi'100 e-ich.
.The foruieeof theso quotes has- been
paid, )id the consideration of the, lahist hts
'filed, and 1 do not intend to pay thelatter
unless compelled Io do s t. n '
D. AvBURLESON'
Orange l ake, i Agrion co.,iDec. 25`,47.

JAMES T. MAGBEE, E
, : :ATTORNEY: AT LAW< "?.,. .
Will priatise in the Superio' aid CireHit
S : Courns ofthe-Srate.
TA.IPA.BAY, .Hit ..L.o.oR .. e ,t' Fsois.t


OLFSALE AND RETAIL GROCR
COMMISSION RECEIVING AND


MIBERA L OFFER I
T HE subsriber wi Fpay casa o'give FORWARDIN 6 MERCHANT
T goods in exchange for Corn, Ctton PALATKA, TEAST FLORIDA
and any- -other,, country produce. Keeps .
constantly on hand an .general assornent ._ .
of goods, well selected fa country d, 81 s r t.
,o~oai oou,,,ry James- : ryant,,'
which heor is as .low as any merchant A T T 0 It10 N E .Y Y AND O OUI
in the interior of Florida, and warrants r o E LLOR LA L V.
give satisfaction. Come and see for your- SE LLOR AT LAW.
elvet-and give 'im an a tri,. JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY
c 3 .17_.tJm -I AH PA ... ....
.Ocaja, .ly -'47- t mni EAST FLORIMAG


FACTORS AND GENERAL COM-
MISSION MERCH ANTS COR -
NER OF BAY AND
J FEFFERSON STS..
SAVA NN.AH I
Jo.NBoS.ri ? JoH^ H. GUN :
October 1H, u47.- yea '
cObel0 r16, 1-8i47.-l-I year:....



































































































GLINSKPS HOUSIE.
GLINSK informs his frieifs, and
.A the public in general, that he Coan
give lem a-omimodation at hIlis
Roube at ail times and riours. He solicits a
ha. -of ubiicpatronage. .
B. Hie -can accommodate .a fewi resi-
dent boarders. .
FPalatkn East Florida JanualI1 1:840,


PRINTED WITH ACCURACY AND'
VS THIS IOST REASONA BLE TERMS.


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WESLEYAN -LFEMALE COL
.... : LEGE.
TlHE Wesleya-n Fenimatle College wil
coi-meence its next Term on thefirst
Monday in October, under the charge of the
following officers:
Rev. W. Elrt.SON, D. D. Pres. and
Prof. Moral 'Sciehne.
Rev. E. N. MVERS, '. Prof. Nat, Sci-
ence.
Rev. J. R. THOMAs, A. M. Prof. Eng."Lit
erature.
itr. P. G.'GVTI-ENBEHGkR., Pr6f in Dept,
of Music. 4
lMiss E. A-,4"oGdRs, Tutoress and Instruc-
tress in Drawing, Paintingr andl French.
The Mathematical Departfnment ill be.
principally in charge of the President. "All
the officers, except 'Mr. 'G., reside in the
College'B'uil .ings, and have constant super-
vision of the young ladies boarding with
them; while the Lady ot one of the Profes-
sors has the particular oversight of their de.
partment. -
The following is the Chapter entitled
'Session and Fees."
Ait. 1st. The c'o giate year (or term)
shall cininence the first Monday in October,
and end on the Thursday after the second
Monday in July.
Art. 2d. '1 he College fees shall be "as" ol11
lows:
Regular Tuition, in College classes, $50 00
"81Vae extra, r "5000
Drawing and Painting, extra, 25 00
Langnages. extra, 20 00
Use of Piano, 0500,
Board per month, 100- "- 0.
Repairs of'College building, 6 (ii 00-
Matriculation Fee, 0300
Fee ofTestimonial, r 0 -" 0300
Washiffr, Wood and Lights, wilf average
about $3 per month.
Avrt. 3. The pupils are expected to furnish
their own rooms.
Art. 4th. The fees ofthe College shall be
paid half in advance; the remainder on the
first of March.
No pupil wifrbe received in the regular
course for less than a haIlf Term; or in AIu-
sic-for l eqs than one quarter. It is desirable
th-it the phpiIls e present ,at the -operina of,
the Term, that they may start fairly witih
their classes.
E. H. MYERS, Sec'y Faculty.
Macon, Ga., September 15, 1846.


FLOR-IDA AND SAVANNAli
STEAM PACKET.
THE regular Steam Packet Wm. GASTON
Capt Mendell, will arrive at Picolata every
Friday morning-at9 A. M. on each %%eek,
and will leave at 4 ,P. M. for Savannah via
Mandarin, Jacksonville, St. Marys,-and all
immediate landings, and arrive in;$avannah
early on Sunday morning.- Passengers can.
leave at'8 o'clock in thu evening in the dai
ly line of Steamers.
I The Gaston runs in connection wifh Mes-
sers. Washburn & Wilder's firig Line ,of'
Packets to New York. of which one Jleaves
every Monday morning.
The Gaston does not return to Black Creek
on her way -.to Savannah.
S J. B, COLE,
O Agent, Palatka.
-GEORGE HIOLMES.
Agent, Jacksonville
D. G. PRESCOT r,
Agent Black Creek.
November 3, 1846.


SUGAR ESTArTE E--AST TTLO-.
RIDA,:FUR SALE,
"i he well known highly valuable Sugar
F state situated on the Tomaca and Haul-
over rivers, in East Florida, known as
"Oak Forest" near the sea shore containing
about two thousand acre, more or less with
tihe Sugar WVorks and other hniprovement.--'
thereon. Terms easy. Apply to
TUCKER .& CRAPO,
June23-la.v2m 44 Wall streeL
NeVr York


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Efrculars, o antilifllS, c.
MAGISTRATES AND OTHER BLANKS


.-NOTICE
SS hereby- give9-to 1 pers9ons-itiereste'd
L that SixMlV drhs tifter dajv, .shadltiFkply
to the Honorable- the J fidg of Pi obate, od
Marion County, for letter4iof Administration
upon the Estate0 o James Bleach, late of
said county, dec''a-s'ed.
JOHN -BLEACH, Sr. Adm'or.
Marion Coanty Nov. rl'8410741,





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A Hit*--My father is richer
than yours, said a boy to his
companion the other day.
How do you know? was the
reply.
Because my father says
your father pays for every-
thing when he buys it, while
my father never pays anyboby
but keeps his money to shave
notes with.


S FLORIDA LAND SALES.
W ILL beo ffLeri lor sale at auction, on
the 7thl day of Aarclh, l48. 4 it the C0iiniV
site ofBenion county, Ea-t Fl rida, s'-ver"
ail traits oflail,, i t (owilship 21, range 18,
and in towns': ip 24, range 21.
On the 1411 (lay of Mirch, at the court
house olMurion comitny, sundry tracts in


STATE OF FLORIDA
EASTERN. CIRCUIT .
MARION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

Ne;l Fergusson, admst'r
of Jamnes Lynch, dec.
ia s. -
ArchialI H. Cole, E. IN CHANCERTM
H. Richards, James B.
Cole, Frederick Klettr,
,Josiah W. lallam, Wil-
linrn H' Wi it, George
C<,lin, John W.(. Loud,
Augustus Steele, Joseph
Cavass, Phillip lW"ller, V'
Ch>rl,,s A. Miche!l, Ro- Bill to mar-
bert G. Livingstoni, G. W. shall assets,
Cross, F W. Sas, Thlo- &c.
mras H. Htlner, Antholny
Ivy, and B. Finite Ly nch,
widow of Jamnes Lynch, I
deceased. J
L-t having l ben made to appear that a
biogf coutplaint ha:; Ix-en duly filed by
the saii d -om(l nimil t fgainlst the .aid de-
fendants ; and! it having bee firrl. jr mrad
to appear by ffidavi, ?satisfaciiry ,o ib
Court, ha t FrPrreick Kl-t, Josint-, W,
nlllai W ilhiam H W ilif. G.oI,. CU!in,,
Johlit W. C. Loud, R- 1 r: G. Liviings on
Phillip Hel. r, ind B. Finite Lynch, e-,
-idl beyondd ihl, liits ,f .hbis State, de-
fendanlts iin the d vbov,- hiji (f ('o't1p;lint
and it al- apiearirng that the '-said l Thlo-
tas H. HU-agner, a- deftndalInt in thie above
Itill o complaint rsi'les in this. Slate be.
y-nd the limits of thi, jiin.al circuit, so
that the process of sliubploerina cannot be
served upon the said defiendants- '.. '
It is, therefore, on ilMnoti of B. M.
Pearson, c11mnpl;inallis solicitor,
ORDEIRE. That the said I0f1inlants,
Sr,-A,.rik K'en, Josiah W. Dallam, Wil
ian 1-1. Witse. G'orge Clnlill, John W.
C. L411d, Roel't G. Livingston. Phlillip
Heller, and B. Finite L- I!:, be and tihey
re horp ly r qIiri d to tj I|ar ah(nd I)1ead
or ,Vsw ier ft, ill- s ..6iI hitl of oCnlpl-int
within the space of four mtnohs from ihe
d ie liereof. or the ,amne will be taken
against -them as confvr.,s,.-
Aw, it is further ordered that the said
defeiidant, Thomas H. Haguer, lie and he
is hereb)y r qir,-d to appear.and plead or
answer to the said bill of coimplait within
the space of tw, months from t4ie date
hereof, or tile same will be take" against
him as confessed.
And it is fturther ordered that a certified
copy of this order be published in some
newspaper priniited in this circuit once a
week for ihth sptae of four il"llIn f1hs.
GEO. W. MACRAE, J idg, &c.
Presidin in E.it rii Circu i Marion Co.
AT CHAMBERS, Dec. 19. 1847.

I JohniL. Branclh, Clerk of' he Circujt
Couretfor Marion county, do iereby cer'iy,
that the fore.:oilng is a true copy of the
original order now of 'ec'rd in my office
in the above stated 'nsy. ,
Gwven under ny haInd and spa of of-
L. S. fice this twenty-second day
of December, 1847.
JOilN L. BRANCtt,
Clhrk Ciroit Court,Muirion County._
Dec. 25, 1847.


LIST OF LETTERS ..
'Remainliing illthe Post Office at OrMda,
Florida, oni the 304h of De.ei-mbr, 1847,
which if not taken ou-t in three- months
will be sent-- to -4io d(lead letter office in
V.Washington, D.(C.

A- K
Ashurst, J.osKah -3Kiig

Bleach Wilist Mitchell, Thomas
Beekam J R Monroe J
Branch W D Miles F
Bryanii Stephlien-2 Madison J H
Bleach Johin -Martin EH
Bucknell Doct BF Morrison K C
.C :p
Connell W Pinckston M K
Cade J I l'rie st Gabriel
Cochrane-E Poole T R..
Coleman J Pearson J W
Carter J Wv R
D D M Rawles Cotton
D,,piee Mrs Ann S.
G Steifel W M-2
Gin'g W G-3 Strage Peter
Ge:ger John Scott John-2
Ga.,dii r John T
H Tracy C C--
I!ogi, RR W
-.li.kan W Williamins R H
Hi-,itkin,- B- Wi3iansonl R 1r
l.(sion G-2 We-ks Charlcs
liowle JaniUS--2 Weeks James-
WM. ROBERTS, Postillaster.
Jan. 1, 1848. .


Townslhip 13, Range 20.
13, 21.
14, 21.
i' 14, i 21.U


At Matison Court House
day. the 23i March.


, on Thuur,


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
SIX MON 5IS after the (late here(f,1
will apply to- the Hlon. Judge of Pro-
bates, for Alachua county, at N niansville
for a dischalrge from the administration of
tlhf estatit- of Charles Giblbons, deceased,
and will then present my finial account toi
s'-tlenienr.
SILVESTER BRYANT,
AdIii straitor ,vil ill will anL exed.
-ewi-iansville, Sept. 25, 1847.


VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
(a 110 00 Acres of valuable ,indl ituated on
2 St. Johns liver, five'mliles south ot Vol'
,isia,800 Acres of which is the best Live
U(Jak. Cedar anld Cabbage Hammock. Inides
pu ab le titles given and will be sold in lots
to suit purchasers, by enquiring of
J. A. BRUSH,


NOTICE.
SIX month after date. the undermsigned
will apply to thlie Hon. Judge of Pro-
bate of the county of Alaclhqa for letters of
administration on the effects of Samuel
Eigle. deceased, late of Alachua c ouny.
B HOPKINS,
. Paalka.Aug. 1V,1847.


IHE subscriber will pay cash or give
goods in exchange for Corn, Cotton,
and any other country produce. JKeeps
constantly on hand a general assortment
of goods, well selected for country trade,.
which he offers as low as any merchant
in the interior of Florida, and warrants to
give satisfaction Come and see for your-
selves and give him a trial.
JOSIAH PAINE.
Ocala, July 3, '47-tmif


H. A, CRANEa
WHOLESALE GROCER.
SAAANNAH GEORGIA.


ALL persons are forewarniled from trad-
ing for either of two iotes of hand given
hy -ne to Col.8.B Hopkins, 8and barilln
date in the tnoniti of July, 1846, one pay-
ah'e on tlie Ist of Jaiuary, 1847, alid the
other on ithe 1si tof January, 1848, and be-.
ing drawn for the sum of $600 each
rThe forri'ir of thtiese notes has been
paid, and the consideration of thV lahthas
fai-led, and I do not intend to pay ,he-kxt.r
unlesiIs compelled oI do so by law.
D. A BURLESON.
Orange Lake, M trion co., Dec. '-5, '47.


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCFR
COMMISSION RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING MERCHANT
PALATKA, EAST FLORIDA


33o03% an abIBrintfing neatI erecut'^
at tOis Offce. .i lso, Samplects, Madt'
afrcular.s, .an ibflls. ?c. .
MAGISTRATES AND OTHER BLANKS
PRINTED WITiH ACCURACY AND )
ON T~i 3 Z A r, Pa-1'3A3) S k3LEC rA3.i


James W Bryant,
ATTORNEY AND C OU N-
SE L L R ATJL A W
JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY'
EA61 FLORIDA,


JAMES T. MAGBEE,
S ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W ill practise in 't'e li.pp i- r and Circuit
.Coiirs of il1. Sno te .,
TIAmA BA&Y, Hl Ijo*VoAB 0o., FLORIDA.
.. -4


wiliis J. Spann, .a
OCALA, E. F.
Of'ers his professional serviice. in MAarion'
Alachua, Be, ...n, St. Johns and Levy
cOLinties.
His office i? on the corner of Profession-
al street and Mee'cie intms Row, opposite the
Pildlic Square, I i:nt-,d tte attention will
be paid to all vri'urs and lequisitions.
Ocala. July 3, 1'47.


FACTORS AND GENERAL COM-
MISSION MERCHANTS COR-
NER OF BAY AND
S JEFFERSON STS.
SAVANN-\ H,
JoNRBosTN ro: JHN H. GutNBr:
O'tol-r 1.6, 1847.-1 year

75m1i ix x H-. M~ ki-23
GROCERY., COMM ? SS I 0N
MERCHANT AND W H-AR-
FAGE-MASTER.
PALATKAq EAST FLORIDA.


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aa~P-~mri~-rrl1~-la~ I~--a d Is ~Ilr~~~


SHE.eIFFIS hALEG.
BY virtue of atni execution issued front
iltheia Clerk's t*ffice of thile Circuit Court
countyy of Marion, Eastern Circuit of Fio
rida, wherein Charles Wilcox is plaiwtif
Sand David Hfnnes defendanit 1 have levie(
upon and will expose for sale before th(
court house doorr in Oca, on Mondliay
-the 6th day of Mar-ch, 1846, the followini
Mdtscri' d property, viz: a negro slavt
Mary, alout twelve years of age, leviec
upon as the property ofsiid Hnies, de-
fendant, and to be soldt o san,'iv said wril
of fi. fa. E. D HOeWSE. Shff.
By J. H. Smith, D_ S.
Ocals January 29, 1848.

k
Bricks 4!
The unlersignled are erecting a Brick
Ya rd about halfa mile fromln Ocala where
tllhey will be happy to receive orders from
tiose wanting tihe article. Anly- quantity
order,-d will he puictlally atwtrv ild to.i
Further inlt-)rmiation can -be oblinal-l at
Ihll- Ar-us (.fficc, )r to the silb-1',-4 ers on
the place. J. D. 8f A. E. GIEGER,.
Oe'ia, Jin. 29.

GD)EY'S L DY"S B K(MK
AND F-AMIILY M.AG AZINE. ---
r IR}E 6oidest Magazine in the United
S rtiates, conllt"ils rnoiltly sixVy pags
of r','laiing tler, l)y the first writers il
ftlle country,-twelve mlore than iItie Ne,_w
York m iagaziines. Two splendid teel e i
gravin ', ani utnd.niablfle alitth'ntic fashion
plate colored, model cottages and ch(in-
+f,O crotchet work, and oihor mattefs f,,r
thle L-dips, all illusirated and vwel ex-
plained, &c.
Vrie fbr one yenr, which includes
disi1 Lady's D ,'lir N wpaiperil,
making Tihree pib.v'atins in onei
-nonth $3 00
Two copies without the newspaper 5 00
Fivw copies with one to the person0r
selling ghe clb) 10 00
1ight copies 15 00
Twelve copies 20 00
A speiin ol,,f either the Lady's Book
or the Lady's Dollar Newspaper sent to
any person paying posiag' on the request.
Address L. A. GODEY,
Jan 29 No. 113 Chestnut St., Phila.

CLAIM C 0* LC N D
GEENRAL AGENT.
GEe. Wi. RICE. has associated with him
WM. J. MCCORMICK. Esq. (a gentleman 1Ong
and favorably known to this community, and
to the Members of Congress fir the last
twenty years,) for the transaction of any
business at Washington and vicinity, where
',in the services of an Agent or Attorney may
be required.
G. W. R. will attend to the prosecution
" of Claims before Congress aud the several
Departments; to the obtaining of Contracts;
the procuring of Pensions, whether Invalid,
Revolutionary,or otherwise; the obtaining
".of Patents; the adjustment of all Land
Claims; the settlement of all the various
kinds of Accounts wi thte different D
Apartments; the purchase and sales of Rei
Estate, Collection. &c. &c.


To those who have business aonnec'ed
with the: French. Neapolitan, Spanish, and
Mexican Indemnities < com my acquaintapee
Switch the Modernlaa a, ages, the services i
a translator are ni necessary.
.GEO. W.RIC4.
ia1hinStanj Ju ne J; 1847.


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LIBERAL OFFER!


NOTICE. -.


. H. Cole,


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Section Township Ranmg.-
The SE qr of 23 1 S -7 E
The SW qr of 24 1 7
The NW qr of 25 1 7
The NE qr of 26
The E half of I 1 8
The W half oft, 6 1 9
At Jefferson Court HoUse, on' Mlondlay
the 27th March. I.
S" .. S T R
The E hf of NW V qr of 13 IS 5E
T"ne E hf of SW qr of 3 1 5
'he W hf of NE qr of 14 1 5
WThe W hf f SE qr of 14 1 5
'The. S half of 31 1 -5
The ANE qr',,f -6 2 5
The E hf of NWV qr orf 6 2 5
TERMS.-Oi'-fillrith cashi, the bIalance
in three equal anii, instai n nis, with in-
terest in advance. Or, if any purcheasers
should prefer to pay all,.ash, five per c n .
will be deducted froom the credit instal-
m e n ts '* **- '** *: **:** "
Lizts ofthe prii-i:ilar tracts can he i h I
hv applvi ng to any of thile Po),stilmsters il
intoin iori" Marion county, or ihey will be
fii'iii.siltd, it applied f6i, by letter post paid
fadli. 1 ,-s-d 1, 1THE 'rTATrE REGISTER AT
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA "'
JOIIN 1BEA ID, ReDeister of
Public Lank. of the Stied, of Florida.
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WESLEYAN FEMALE COL
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T IE Wesleyan Female College wil
commence its next Term on thefirst
Monday in October, under the charge of the
following officers:
Rev. W. H. ELLISON, D. D Pres. and
Prof; Moral Science.
Rev. E. H. MYFRs, A. M. Prof. Nat, Sci-
ence.
Rev. J.' R. THOMAS, A. M. Prot.'Eng. Lit
erature.
e r. P. G. GuTIENBERGER, Prof in Dept.
of Music.
Miss E. A. ROGERS, Tutoress and Instruc-
tress in Drawing, Paintino and French.
The MNathemrnatical Department will be
principally in charge of the President. All
the officers, except Mr. G., reside in the
College Builh ings, and have constant super-
vision of the young ladies boarding with
,hem; while the Lady ot one of the Profe -,
sors has the particular oversight of their de-
partment.
The following is the Chapter entitled
" Session and Fees.'
A t 1st. The -collegiate year (or term)
shall omminence the first Monday in Octobe ,
and end on the Thursday after the second
Monday in July.
Art. 2d. '1 he College fees shall be as tolr
lows:


Regular Tuition, in College classes,'- $50 00,
Music, extra, .- 50 00
Drawing and Painting, extra, 25 00
Languages. extra, 20 00
-Use of Piano, 0500
Board per month, 1000
Repairs of College building, 01 00-
Matriculation Fee, 0300
Fee of Testimonial, 0300
Washing, Wood and Lights, will average
hout $1 per month.
Art, 3 The pupils are expected to furnish
their own rooms.
Art. 4th The fees of the Colege shall be
paid half in a']ance; the, remainder on the
first of March.
No pupil will be received in the regular
course for less than a ha If Term; or in Mu-
sic for less than one quarter. It is desirable
that the pupils be present' at the opening of
the Term/that they may start fairly with
their classes. e
S E. H. MYERS,ec'y Faculty.
Macon, Ga'., September 15, 1846.


FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH
'STEAM PACKET.
THE regular Steam Packet Wm. GA-s-TroN
Capt Mendell, will arrive at Picolata every
Friday morning at 9 A. M. on each week,
amnd will leave at 4 P.M. for Savannah via
Mandarin, Jacksonville. St. Marys, and all
immediate landings, and arrive in Savan-nah
early on Sunday morning. *Passengers can
leave ai 8 o'clock in thu evening in th'e dai
ly line of Steamners.
SThe Gastlon runs in connection with Mes-
sers. Washburn & WHder's 0rig Line of
Packets to New York, of which one leaves
every Monday morning
IThe Gaston does not return to Black Creek
on her way to Savannah.
J. B. COLE,
Agent, Palatka.
GKO R r P. 1 -10 1 I i P. q


SUGAR ESTATE EAST FL.O-
RRIDAyFOR SALE,
'ihe well known highly valuable Sugar
Estate situated on the- Tomaca and Haul-
over rivers, in East Florida, known as
*Oak Forest'" near the sea shore containing
about two thousand acre, mure or less with-
the Sugar Works a&ld other improvement.-
thereon. Terms easy. Apply to
TUCKER & CRAPO,
June23-law2m 44 Wall street
New York_


NOTICE GLINSKI'S HOUSE,
S hereby given to all persons interested V L[NSKI informs his friends, aRxd
that Six Monhs after date, 1 shall apple f. the public n general, that he can
to the Honora the Hno e the Judge ot Piobate, of rive them acctenn.daiin a his
Marion County, for letter, of Administration iiuse at all time- and nours. He soiicits a
upon the Estate of James Bleaeh, late of ,hard of ,ubic ationage
said county, deceased. I N. B. -He can a cc,mmo;,date a few rqsi-
JOHN BLEACFI, Sr. Adm'or .dent boa;ders.
Marion County, Nov. 1841074m. Palatka East Floritlu, January 1- 1849.








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STATE OF FLORIDA.
EASTERN CIRCUIT, CIRCUIT COURT :
SMIAaRION COUtTr.


Joshua McG.dahgin Attachment on two
vs.ots.at Ocala.
George D. Fisher. lots.at ala.
The above hi id defendant and al
Other persons otherwise interested,t are
hereby required to appear and plead to
t he declaration filed in the above entitled
cause. C. A. MIT'CHEL, Pll'sAtt'y.
February 9, 1848.-3 mos.

S. NOTICE.
Six inonths afterr date I will apply to
Sthe -n.).Juig of Probates of Mariot co.,
-for a (iisclinr, from the lnlinistraiion Of
tihe esiatttt o,'Tfi- i its %v. Jones, 'and will then pr'esent iy final account tor
'Seirtleeint. -VVILLEYBHROOKS,
Oeala, Feb. 5, 1848. Aditinitrator.

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
SIX MONITHS after thile 'date herpof, I
. will apply to the Hon. Jldge o0p,.Pro
states, tor Alachun county, at New nansville
tbfor a discharge from tihe administration of
tire estate of Charles Gibbons, deceased,
and will then present my final account tor
settlement.
e ..e SILVESTER BRYANT,
'dinii sti-rnator with thl will aion &ed ,
Nlewuntisville, Sept. 25, 1847.


- .- NOTICE. -. -


SIX months after date, the undersigned
wil! "ptly ot the lion Judge of ,Pro-
Sbate oJ the county of Alaohuia for letters of
administration on the effects of Samuel
Eigle, deceased, late of Alachua county.
B HOPKINS,
PjalaIka.A Ag. 15, 1847

NOTICE
SSix wpeks afier date I will apply to the
Hon. Judltge of Probates of Marion county,
for !,,,'.rs of Hidiiniistration on the estate
of A. J. Lyon, late of sanid county, dee.
D.A. McDAVID.
SOeala, Feb.1M, 1848.


Bricks !
4 The undersigned anee erecting a Brink
irard about hafa mile from Ocalit where
they will be happy to receive orders from
hose want'in the article. Any quantity
ordered will be punctually attended to.
Further ihii'trmation can' be obtained at
-the Ar9us office or"to the subscribers on
the place. J. D. Stf A. E. GIEGER.
Ocala, Jan. 29.

SHElIFF!S SALE.


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STATE OF FLORIDA .;
EASTrERN CIRCUIT.
MARION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT


LIST O F L ETT' E RI
Re ainiing iin the P st Ofic atit O cahl,
Florida, on the 30ih of Deccanb.'.r, 1847;
whid h if not tuakn out in three-,soutts
wil be sf t ott he il dead letter, or ice iii
\\'aslii tun, D '
; "'* A *:i"*.' K
Asiuri.- Jo.-it, I ---JKiing S
iS s
~ ~ ~ Y -r....
iR l lil %%:- i 1i s .. 11 -1 rn i Jl. 'l io .'
Beti-k hl-, llit lithOn ho

Brrnoc lV D Miles F
Briy.t Stpho ii-- Madison J I1
Bli;;-'i J ihn -. .ri, l' E I ".
ukell Duct B F MU>ISon K
.^. ... ' C, *, ^ ,;

C.,,, I, V Pincks;in Al K
C.il,' J t r aist G at!.rie
C ',i S ;:t;Lu E PM?,k I'.lt
C o l t o i'ti n J l' isrt o.il J V
Cilter J IVW .
D Raw.ltes Ct:,oh
litprf M vls Ainn ^.:
G SifrrVW !2
G iing W G-3. S, rn,-, P,.t
(j, i,-r Joiii Scot J dnm 2
G iidlir-1r John T1
1 Tray C C-2
liog I \V t
Ii i,.kmn~,, W 11 i\ i Is: I H '
H l l, i^,,l i, G-:-2- %Ve !d(:l' i l c g


WILL be ofhrel for' satile at auction, on-
the 7th Siivy of March, 1818, it the coiuiy
site of, B -,I'OilICO ity, E'last Floritla, s: vc-
al tracts of'|;n0 in ow(ship 21, raiige 18,
and in towinsLip 24, range 21.
On te1 14th day.of .Mlarclh, at tiie 0ot1rt.
house of Marion county, sundry tracts it)
Towiinship 13, Range 20.
13, 2 1.
1 i .,|4, ti. ".l..
'~ !l 41t *L sp.I ..
14 2 .
At Mixlismn Court House, on ThIrs--


NOTICE.
ON the 30ih day of Septembier next, the
uldersrgned, administratrix of the estate
of John W. Pickett, deceased, late of Ben.
ton county, will present htier accounts and
vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probates ol
Benlton county htid make applicaiiin tf-.
let.ters of dismissal as admiii.stratirix -bfore-
said. N.M. ROBERT'I',
Tampa Bay, March II Admnx.


Neil Fergui.son, admst'r'
ofJames Lynch, dee.
Ws.
ArchibaId H. Cole, F.
H. Richards, James B.
Cole, Frederick Klett,.
Josiah W". Dalla1n, Wi'-
liam H. Witte, George,
C(tin, John IWV.C. Loud,
Auigtistu SIleele, Jos-illeph
Gviiss, phillip HHiller,
Charles A. MlicheNl, Ro-
b 11t G. L-vingoni, G. W.
Cross, F. WV.anms, Tho-
n.t H. Hoer, Aiihny-
Ivy. aiiI B. biniite Lynch,
widow of James Lynch,


IN CHANCERY


day, thie 23d March.
Section
The SE qr of 23
.The S\'V q r of. 24
The NW qr of 25
The NE qr of 26
Ie E ialf of 1I
The W half of 6


Bill
shall
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1
1


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lip lRange
S 7 E
7
S 7.. ._

9
-obn Monday

T R
IS 5E
S5-
1 5
1 5
1 5
2
2 5
the, bla hinee


to mar
assets,


At Jefferson Court House,
the 27tih March..
. .- ^
Thle I.f of NV qr of 13
Tie E i of SW V qr of 13
The W lf of NE qrof 14
The W hfofSE qr of 14
The -S. halfof 31
TIhe NE qr of 6
The E hi of NW qr of 6
TERMs.-One-foiimrd h caslh,


deceased. J
It having been made .to appear that a
bill of complaint has Ibeen duly filed by
thile said conompla inant against the .-aidl de-
fentdants; andI it having beeiin furtliheril d
to appi-ea-r by iffi lavit .Satisfactory i0. i.,
Court, that Fred'erick Klett, Josiah %V.-
Dallam, William H. Wiite, George Cllin,
John W. C. Loud, Robort't G. Livinigstoni,
Phillip He-Iler, and B. Finite Lyinch, re-1
.ide iw iid ihe limiits of this Si.lit-, (le-
feldtailnls IiI tIle 'above bill of Co'lil l ill.
aid it also appearing that the said Tho-
fics H. ila ler,a l defeiidlait in ile above
hill of complaints resi'les iii this Slate' .be-
yend the limits of ihis judicial circuit, so
lhiat the process of sublicen.i caiinot be
Ierved upon ithe said de'fendanli--
It is, theretbfore, on ilmotiiion .of B. A1
Pearsoli, cotniplainanis solivilor,
ORDERED. .lI'at ile said defendants
Fredericlk K ett, Josiah W. D.ill im, Wil-
liain H. Witte, George Cu.lin, John,. W.
C. Loud, Robert G. Livinigstonii, Phillip
Heller, and B. Fitile Lnich, le and they
are her(lby required to 'appear and, plead
or answer to the said bitl of cotmplint
within the. space of four mnionihs from the
date hereof, or the came will be .taken
against :thvem HS" cofesed.
And it -is fiirther orderedI that the said
detenidaint, Thomas H. Haguer, be and he
is hereby required to appear and plead or
answer to the said bill of complaint wiithin
the ..pace of two months from thle date
hereo;f, or the same will be taken aginsllst
him as in-fessed. -
And it is furtier ordered that a certified
copy o "ithis order he pdlished i[n some
.jiewspap..r prilited iin ,this circiiit oice a
week for thle space of four months,
f. GEO. W. MACRAE, JiilgI, "&e.
Presiding iln Eist- rnii Circuii Ma ion co.
AT CHAMBERS, D c. 19, 1847.

I, John L. Branch, Clerk of the circuit
Court tor Marioin couniity, do herebycertify
that the forosoing is a true copy of ile,
oriirinal orlet no, of revcgrd iut my office
in the above sa~e.l v',se. ., .
Give.i under my hnlnd and seal of -
L. S. fice this twelty-secondda y
ef December, 1847.
JOHiN L. BRANCH,
Clerk Circo'i Court,lMarion County.
Dec. 25, 1847.


S;mi th ree eq ila l a il u a l in sia lmn ls, w ith ill- iJ(J '' i I. L ,- N t J. i
t r.rest ill alvallee., Oel, it" ly p ll' ('i 1"3 \\ R O E I. re O^J stct"
s oi d lpreer to pay allcash, five perc n 8. J 1 IB-
will be, de'ducied (.rum the credit -iu1tal- -.
M eV s.. ".. ..... -+ .. :;, .J I .. i '1 ,, -o 2 5.^ ] ] .*
Lists ofthe lar-ltlar tracts ean be htd AND FAM L M AGAZINE.
AND FAMI LY MvAG A ijE
by aplli,,rg to anV of the Post 1iiastris il i i
lBe,,,tor1, ri. co,,,>,c ui y, or llev w ill Iw rwIr E ,,llIt M +, ci *l,! .U..,.ed
fill.nlisli,-.l, if apilie.! .,d Iy lp erl(post paid-.9i, r." ,:"l lll sixv y |m s
ildrnssed to THE SrTATE REGISTER AT r iig l W, l. tl fi w.,l. .l
TALLAHASSEE, FL.ORIDA. *'" i" I.n > .v w..l. v i, pl d i N e v
Yrk!i~o',~l ; T |,V y i,'i !i >eei n
JOHIN BEAR+D), Register of nra i a* ilia!l lniltt lm <:*ii -
Pubilic Lands of the Stale of/ 'Florida.-
I'atlallolva s Lte, N tov. 13, 1847. ..-20 I'l1t" .-t i, i. '-,l- ', i'i <* '" **Ih
'. iPS, (ro trV, 0 ork-, an d oipr_. ti;1tl,.l'8 for

'":," r li, .l,',I 1s, lll i!lis ratcd and \veIl Cx
^^^aVSErag QA ^ -ho ied,. .
.. ..... ... "-" Pri''ce foi n e r,6 w which i-ttid s-
11 1 ^y "^ lit, mg ;!i'.'erlli n~liientsons i i)oiP l"
S OCALA, E. F. iofth -- $3 0
Offers his prolessioral services in Marion. '-o (-^,es withoutihe newsppr 5 00
Fi cvie, v th one to the pe pon
Alachna, Benton, St. Johns and Levy -_n 1:.iiwi hiti 1. 00
Se" --li Ur, R..,;-00
counties. : i l I5 0
.. *-':, -* '+ : .+ llt i, s 1- 00
His offee is on the corner of Professin- Twelve ',is .- 1 00
al street and :Merchants Row, lipsite f T siC-';li'eI of eiller thie L,;aiy's lHook-
Public Square. Immediate attention %till ', ,dy Dih r N, \ l% ,r it ,
berpaid to all orders and requisitions. a. ot', paying, )osi;, on (I' quest.
Ocala'. uly 3, 1847. Addrss '. A )GOiEY, .
Jti 29 Ni. 113 CliCstitit St., Pliilau.

B OS "TO. & GUABV cLA'M CO NTR-ACT. ...
FACTORS AND GENERAL COM- .O as ass LM
7, .7o, 4"
MISSION MERCHANTS' COR- Wm. J. McCon c*.K, Esq. (agent t,, ,naf long
NER OF BAY AND and FavrIi ki this coms itvad
NER F. BDAY AND to tlhe Memnbers of C,-nress or the last
JEFFERSON STS. M twenty year,) (for the transo,ction of any
"v bt"l, ineissatt \'Vathiilfonand v-,injity where
... SAAVANN.%-1 1,. in the" services of an Agent or-, .'t-tn'ey ma v
JoNBRoSTON: JOH i H. Gumr: be required. ny m
October 16,1847.-1 year G-.'VW. R. will attend to-ithe ,r-o,,, ', ,
of Claims before Cong r a u r'liese ; i
Iepartmnints; to the ra tainin t)- P e ral
Joshua P. a.wkins,' pru o sions -"';
e ott~~ary~or fJtherwi" -- t .he ..d
GROCER Y, COMMISS ION of Patents; th adjustmnent eof otain n
M E R C H A N T AND W H A R C la n s he ettlnep.t of all the various
P AGE M ASTE R. nrfment.counta with the different De-
.. ..... ppartmen Iti, tile ptirehase an&l sates q e'
;: PA L A T K A 9 E AST F L O R ID A. E sta te C ol1 e "t.........c
To e nhose wlho have business Connec'eId
A l ^*^iA "t1*-1 the French, Neapolitan, SaI~i n
A&. H. Cole F, n S l)aiiad
^ &* U~t xie-a ifndemnit'ies-IroinmYR~qutliintapes
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCFR, a' 'e s ervices 0
COMMISSION RECEIVING AND, Wa0toJ n E AV RICE
FORWARDING MERCHANT :n-.
PA.ATKA, EAST FLORTIDA SUGAR ESTATE EAST FLO-
RIDA, FOR SALE.
JameS w BryaRt ihe well known highly- vauable Sugar
ATTORNEY AN D r N Estate situated on the Tomiaca. and lJaul-
A T- Ul X ov A .oer rivers, in East F}orida, knor, n as
S.. E L LO AT-L A W 4 "Oak ForestE', near.the sea shore containing
,JACitBOVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY, ho he a Worusand aoter i
EAST FLORIA. thereon. Terms easy. Apply to
.... TUCKER & CllAPO.,"
+ JuneS3--law m 44 Wall lreet
._. 'v ,


S NOT. e. .
ALL persons are forewarned from trad-
ing for wither of rwo notes of hand given
by me as Col. B. Hopkins, and bearing
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,' ; -- Q, A,,O


SBY virtue of an execution issued from ateintemonuioot J,,y,,o1,onepay-
able- in the month of Jaiuly, 1847, andte a.
" the Ulerk's office of he Circuit Court, ble onthelstofJauay, 1847, he
county of Marion, Eastern Circuit of FiO- other nthe 1stot Jailary, 848, and be-
lIa. wherein Charles Wilcox is plainiffing drawn forte sum of $i600 ech
'-Wd, D,>vil Hennes detendilnt have levied The fo f thes nts has be"
upon ri6'd Will expose for sale before the paid and the consideration of the last has
court house door in Ocala, on Monday, fIed, md 1 do otintend o pay the latter
the 6th day of March, 184 the follow l s compelled o oBURLESON.
;described properly, viz : a negro slave
Mary,. about twelve years of age, leVied Oran ge Lake, Marion co., Dec. 25, '47.
upon as theproperty of said Hennes, de-
"fendant, and to be sold to satisfy said writ JAMES T MAGBEE
6ft.)fa. E.-HOWSE9 8hff. .
.. By J. H. Smith, D. S. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ocala January 29,1848. Will practise in he Superior and Circuit
The above sale is postponed to the la Courts of the State.
Monday in April-next. March 4. 1 TAMrA BAY, MiL, se1s94 a*., FImalel







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- oo$Snf aw' 'Xolf statfunerratlo+^ fi


Whig Meeting at St. Augustine,


St. John's County, E. F.



A very numerous and respectable meeting of the Whigs
of St Johnrs County, -was held (on Saturday Evening. 4th
March inst, at the City Hote in St Augustine.

JOHN M. HANSON, Esq'r Chairman, and JAMES R. SANCHEZ,
secretary. The objects having been stated, and the meet-
ing addressed by BENJ'N A. PEITNAM, Esq'r in an cl)quent
speech of more than an hour in length. Tie following reso-
lutions were passe, unanimously,

RESOLVED, That existing cireumstanePs render it necessary, in the opinion of this
meeting that the Whig party in Florida should at as early n period as practicable,
hold a State Convention at some convenient place in the State for the purpose of
making suitable arrangements for the corning election in tilhe fall, of State Officers,
andl President and Vice President of the United States; and that Three Whig De-
legates he apnointed from the City of St. Augustine to attend such convention, who
are hereby authorized to appear, either in person or by 'proxy:. .
B. A.Purnani, Roque Leonardy, and James Hurlbut, were appointed Dele;ates.
RESOLVED, That a cor responding committee of seven be appointed to communi,
(ate with a State central committee and county comiIitIees of other counties in the
State. D. R Diunham, B O'iveros, B. A. Putnam, lgnanio Lopez. Jos. M. Hernan-
dIez, Ora Howiird andti James R Saichez, were appointed the committee.
RESOLVEp, That we do respectfully recommend to the Whigs al other precincts in
St. Johns County. and of oilither counties in the State, to hold meetings and aep)omt
Delegates to a State Convent'ion,; and to take such other steps as may be expedienit and
requisite tfor the co iing election. ..
RESOLVED, :That it is necessary that the Whig party in Florida should be repre--
sented in the National Whig Convention to assemble in Philadelphia in June next,
and that if no state convention shall be held, then, that the several correspomnding corm-
nittees for the counties of East and South Florida shall appoint some suitable peron
as Delegate to said National Convention.
RESOLVED, That having full confidencee in the ability and sound Whig princip5,,
of JOHN H. McliNTOSHl, ofDiivanl county, we do rvominrynl him to the support
of thie Whigs for one of the Electors of President and Vice President of the U. S.
RESOLVED, That the letter ofthe Hon. E C CABELL, is entirely satisfactory in re-
lation to his vote for Speaker of tiht pr-snt iouse of' Representativs, aal that we
will give him our support in the coining election for Representative in Congress.
Major Putnam then offered these resolutions which were unanimously approved
REsOLVED, That as War under any cirInistaneDs is a great national calamity
it should be avoided whenever it can he( c nsistently With nwtiomal honor 'al seem i-
ty; that we cannot regaril the presentt war with M,'xi',o as the result of necessity ,
but honestly believe that ourdiffivilty with that Republic might have been adjusted
honorably to both Nations without a collision ofarms,if wisdom and sonild dicr', -
tion had been consulted, and thus, millions oft money and thlousainls af'valuable liv s
would have been saved .
RESOLVED,That tiouigh we cannot admlit t tIe npcespsiy ofttr prp.rt)t War witli
Mexico, yet we can, and will do justice to ouir gallant Army, that has been engaged
in it, whose conduct has been above all praise, and to which alone our warm-
est thanks are due; that we take pleasure in.expressing burunqualified a, mi*r:'ion {.f
the tinsurpassed heroism, unexampled daring and extraordinary acheivemtients of its
Officers and men, who haveencir'led the Americnu Arms with a halb of Glory,
and won for themselves an imperishable fame ; they have extorted the res.eet, and
excited the wonder of Europe; tley are the subjects of their country's pride and
gratitsule, and their deedf and merits finding a grateful response in the hearts of their
countrymen, will constitute the proudest and most brilliant page ofour history.
RESOLVED That it is the duty ofCongress, and justice and patriotism demand
this of them. to make some provision for the support and maintenance of the destitute
families of those heroic spirits who have devoted their lives to their country in tnhr- -r -
battles in Mexico, and we earnestly recommend to our Senatorsand Representative n
Congress to use rheir best effort to procure the passage of an act for this purpose.


RESnLVED, That oni the subject of the institution of Slanvery at thi South, we shou d
speak ani1 act Aike men, and not merely with aview to political effect; that we hold
this institution Saered and intviolable, a right incorporated into and secured by our
common Constitution, and in relation to which we will stiffer no dictation, nor sub-
mit to any Provisos; that we hold in utter contempt, as well the mouthing demagogue
as the maniac abolitionist, that in our opinion it is, an tunquestionable iight in any nand
every State now inr this Union, orwhich may hereafter come in to the Union to
adopt anid maintain the institution ofslaivery within its limits, and that no other po Ner
can rightfully or constitutionally, control her will on that subject*,.
The following resolution introduced by Mr. J)-D. R Dunham was also adopted,
RESOLVED. That thin meeting has no been able to discover any of those fianifei'-
tations of friendly feelings "towards Mexico on the part of 'the President ofetle
United States," claimed for hitm by his adherents in this city. in "the rmanner in which
hp has proseented" hi? unjnstifiable and unnecessary "War" into the vitals oa that
feeble, impoverished and distracted 'SisterRepublic.'
It then resolved that the "Ocala Argus. Florida Sentinel, and Savannah Repnbli-
can be and they are hereby requested to publish the proceedings of this meeting
and that the committee of correspondence do furnish enoies to each of said papers
and to such persons in other counties as they deem expedlient.
JAMES R SANCHEZ. JOHN M. HANSON..

Secretary. Chairman.T


"WESLEYAN FEMALE COL
LEGE.
T HE Wesleyan Female College will
n commence its nextTerm on thefirst
4 Monday in October, under the charge of the
followiiig officers: ;
SRev. W. H. ELLISON, D. D. Press. and
Prof. Moral Science..' ....
S- Rev. E. H. MYERs, A. M. Prof. Nat, Sci-
ence. ... ... .
rRev. J. R. 'lTorAs, A. M. Prof. Eng. Lit
e ra tu re ".. .
Mr. P. G: GUTilENBE RGEa, Prof in Dept.
of Music.
S Misw E. A. RooRGs, Tutoress and Instrac-
tress in Drawing, Painting and French.
The Mathematical Department will be
.prinipally in charge of the President. All
?" the officers, except Mr. G., reside in the
College Buildings, and have constant super-
vision of the young ladies boarding with
them; while the Lady ot one of the Profes-
eors has the particular oversight of their de-
partment.
S The following is the Chapter entitled
"Session and Fees."
SAit. 1st. The collegiate year (or term)
shallcomnmence the first Monday in October,
and end on the Thursday after the second
Monday in July.
.. Art. 2d.] 'he Cotege fees shall be as tol
lows ,:
Regular Tuition, in College classes, $50 00
Music, extra, 5000
Drawing and Painting, extra, 25 00
Languages, extra, 20 00
Use of Piano, 05 00
Board per month, 10 00
Repairs of College building, 01 00
Matriculation Fee, 0300
Fee of Testimonial, 03 00
Washing, Wood and Lights, will average
-about $3 per month.
Art. 3. The pupils are expected to furnish
their own rooms.
Art. 4th. The fees of the College shall be
paid half in advance; the remainder on the
first of Ma'tch.
SNo pupil will be received in the regular
course for Iess than a half Term; or in Mu-
% sic for less than one quarter. It is desirable
that the pupils be present atthe opening of
Sthe Term, that they may start fairly with
their classes.
ca E. H. M Y ERS, Sec'y Faculty..
Macon, Ga., September 15, 1846.
FLORIDA AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET.
STHE regular Steam Packet WM. GASTON0
a ( Mendell, will arrive at Picolata every
Friday morning at 9 A. M. on each week
and will leave at 4 P. M. for Savannah via
Mandarin, Jacksonville, St. Marys, and all
immediate landings, and arrive in Savannah
early on Sunday morning. Passengers can
leave at 8 o'clock in the evening in the dai
ly line of Steamers.
The Gaston runs in connection with Mes-
sers. Washburn & Wilder's Brig Line of
Packets to New York, of which one leaves
every Monday morning. >.
The Gaston does not return to Black Creekl
n her way to Savannah.
J. B. COLE,
Agent, Palatka.
GEORGE HOLMES.
Agent, Jacksonville
D). C. PRESCOTT,
Agent Black Creek. -
November 3, 1846.


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NOTICE.
All persons are hereby forwarned front,
trading for a note of hand given by me to
Robert Towers, and bearing date I think
in February, 1844, the consideration for
which having failed. S. ATKINSON.
Oldtown, February 5, 1848.


UUO CLU V,&&Lt Ate recUI 'GLINSKI'S HOUSE.
Oice. ltso, amplets. "a "-LINSK I informs his friends, and
Efrcularst, antbillts, &c. ,l the public n- general, that he ea
Give them accommodation at his
MAGI8ITRAT. A1D OTAER BLANKb .use at all times and hours. He so/ieits a
INTEDt) WITl ACCURACY A^^ ^^ ^ :h, q t
8ofI ptiqlic ptronage. ..
NTOD" WITHBACCURACY A .h He ca accommodate a tew resi.
o H aS MO"sY REASQYABLS TERMS, d 1AAnt board r s ..
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