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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: May 25, 1848
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JUDGE FROM OUR ACTS-


COUNTRY'S. GJD'S AND TRUTH'S.


THE ENDS WE AIM AT ARE, OUR


3Y GEO M. GROUARD, JR.


1 OCALA, E. F., THURSDAY MAVY 25, 1848. "


VOL .1-NO 45, .


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'T E OCALA Ap: GUS. GODEY'S LADY'S oQ .- 1For the Ocala Argus: REV. G. W. PBArT. .
Is published every Thursday, at Ccala -
S East Florida, by -----
GEO. M. GROUARDJa. We cannot too repeatedly cal the at- IT has ever been, and still is The subjoine I article has v
S..- ,.. ., .-, entiooDof our readers to this mosh .anti- .... .. ,.,. 7_,,,..,aiftSlT"e .,. .. *., .. .. t h
,-ff r --aof the year1. ire-,i el, ninta,,ng ywow, liopc' deavor.to brand the Whig party as Feder.- lnt grentlenan whose na -e -
Amivertisina termsT-One slua e, twelve, that by so doing, we will en.hiatIn tsh -rat the -li party- 'n
line, a ed undar, fr the first ;nsrton one by e. alists, from the President's organ, publish- .b A
each subsequent inseri.n.... ,,ents. half the well-i.sh. s and encoten ement edat Washington, through all the itnstru- 1cads this article.. As an -
To yearly advertisers a lberal discourt will four community. A work s-o cefnl, inents of smaller note, over the country, server of events, we must say.
h.e n te so t henutifld, so pleasant. should -lee ntthe tM o otevurytha
f : er of ikements. nt marked .wih the centre table of every lady en they keep up the chite of Federal Whigs! thruthtully that Mr. Pratt ha
nutn ,er of insertions required, will be con- centre table of every Ialy in ihe Hand Hear the following tr-m tlie Times, a Loco
tinue d until forbid and charged fr.. every gelndleman who feels proud the pa, 'r published ii Columbus Ga, done more for the cause of re
Five d llars will be charged f.r all ',.
ann n n.e-nents of candidates for officeM accomplishments of his daughterhoud MRE OF FEDERALI-M -We see that ligion in our county, than any
One qutre for six months $10 n6t, by any means, neglect to firn sh her Thomai Bietir Kin,' one of out Repre-
Noti4 3 t.. deb.d.rs and creditors 10 with this delicious periodical. ; sentatives in Congr.ss, is making tn fforir one we know of who has cle-
Publi :ation for letters of administration 5 1 snavii 1o
All admissable personal co.miannica The May No. is an unusually elarrning to pass a bill granting lo certain contemn- voted himself to the glory of
tions will be cheered, a- ,lvertien-.nis one-rich inl the things that pleaseihe eve plaIed railroadsin ihe Stlates ol Georgia
fI All bill-i f'r J..h I'riin, must be andnt r ad F ida the public ids lying along the Redecmer. We do nOt,
paid on the d-"iveryd ntrtain th md The ngo the routes. It is to he h.Ipe that this hill h
pT All C e mnidecatioinvir 'st be addres- the Queen ,of May is ah aduirable exotic "ill not pass. In principal ii is nohing disparage the good men whQ
ed postage p aid. among the fine arts,.1fnd the proditcion of less than building railroads Ihv thie General have preceded him. But M.
Miss Leslie's delicate pen is a c,'itrihleion Goverfftenuvt ; a doctrinee Federal us it s
We tind the subjoined point- so exquisite that it is absolute r cAere. nti-Demtocetic P's efforts and heart-soul feel-
ed paragraph in the Sentinel, Who can but laugh at the doings of Aneem, Now Floridians, reflect well on the itg,, hasstirred up a kind:-'ove
4 l w th. lia's sister in.the visit, and how the -heart ductrIees set forth-y this democratic or- and fr y reli n
and like it SO W. :tt: We Mn Wp at he poor ,,nfortunae's lot. gait, it says, after hoping the hill will not al fVr ncy fr igo n
sheal keep it as standing nmat- The heroines of the Re-volution, the pass, lss, it t is a hdocrine as F'deral as it among our citizens that we
ter or fear oiUr consistent Treasury, the excellent tales, the betaufu! is anti-demorratic." Now a prea.ble.and hpe no change in life an o-
oer otry, ami in truth aLl the selections of resolutions ask ng a grant fron Govern-
i)ei0ocrats sho0rhid forget the this hook renders.it exceedingly interpst- cnent were introtinced imo the last Gener- bltCrate. t .
former course of their candi- ing; and Imiakes ,s feel proul. doulely al Asseih)y hyaDemnocrtic meninherfiom Hi Hs efforts ; deep enthusiasm
date for Congress. protdof the acomplishments of our ta- che West for this very identical turpose- in his cause, his heaultiftl de-
lted coi, utrywotnIan Mrs. HALE, its edi- If the Time's is not mistaken with re- b
o- io e Tallahait se Ceill iel ,.ress-a treas,,re arnong lie blest, and gar"d to what is Fledeial dovrine, then the portili t a heart urning
Ex Gov. DUN-VAL 'AT MONT. IC L- atlive co.I|mpare.; n truly American lady i n Floridl ilenmo,'rats that siupiortedlthe mena- Sympaathy, shlOws the true kind-
1.-- e learn thit thie cam- heartt teotl an:d sentimest, andl a soft and slrsn must be Federalists. ness of his mission, warms all
pain was opened by a speech deiightfiu moltler in heaudfd ifistiructio The Times undoubtedly speaks the hearts to him--and all grace
froill this gentleman, at Mont- to the loved acl cherieed of our lomee principles of the D.nuocratic party. Such
ie on Fray la-t. There the ct. What chase hve w. h and gratitude t the Almighty
cel- Frday --- ,here n "THE CRISIS APPROACHING." for any inter ial improvements in our for so benevolent a teach-
W Ilt0 lS I T11oTIl to wartl up The above a pl,,ig, t iteeaditig.of ft Strte, our railways and the cleaning out o er.
s:t-and various other rea-.
tW:- Va U .O.. .. l-vtiorial -arttice in the last Jacksonville our rivers-the Sutwaonnee, and Ockiiiw.a- '
If.: assigned his frie ds Noews, aid ia more sedlition- e,,manationi ne- Iha, for insiaice. If such are Democraic OCALA A
-'- ( Jvl'tt W ad itd on a issuedonf is from the Forida press docrties, atnd pronounced Federali, URD.
tol have been an ineffec- It pariakes t dtIe worst kind ot Loco-foco- what can lniorida expect in case of thie i R.GRouARD.-Anythiigoftrelugious
'live *1iP lt. Circu mstances iste, and evinces a d-praviiy and reckless- election of a Demcecratic Presidet ? history of East Florida may not he tuin-
k rI- .awwr. The ,ness so fearless that indeed we nmay almost Look sharp, Floridians, see a what you wtresting to their readers of your p)ap)r.
-.0.L' t'. /fh o.,|t rz,| v) thaIt Ex- th,,,, theirr is ,duger to, tI e instituton .s re about! We l.ave just eosed n in er.esting meeting,
V .. ,t .' '.- i otl the Soulh, aucd to her citizens. -
.'as a poll the stu,,l,) The gist of the mater is this: about, at Palk,h, haicil rstd in sixteen
":^^' Clilnty' he stoO, ;,ur ,k, ago 40 or 50 slaves were ah- We learn that a political acc..ssions to the Methodist Church,-four
I., thle caMdidate of the WN higs ducted,fromi the Distict of Cohnlulac, but discussion came off at New- added. before, making in all twenty.
,e ta T'erritrial Senate. No- ,vere followed, overtaken, brought hack nansville a week or so ago, it I w-ct remark c lat heretofeoe thepen
a A ftiouled, wore lustily for aed", soII. Now some remarkswere ,nade which our ello -towsman,, I'e i this region have been lestime ot ,h,
.- *y p ri e' utd Tyler too-or eie Congress aloutt the matter, by the ahol- ,,M,,,v of Ihee are now hpp lth
le e*' onc .... -. u itionists-a little excitable, to be surt, hile Col. Al ;( H EL I[se( tip 1 e gospe
S nn Usparling in smoke s such dicussons u on. r. AIR BANS O had nverted to God, and bid fair to become e
( ailllpe8 tlid,mieasureS Of lly do. bIurnig itald shining lights in the church
Lcofocoism The Ex-Gov- that lie lhad to vamosh the
Locofocoism, The Ex-GOV On the strength of thisJar up, our .We have a good Salbbaath school, which
ernor evi ently felt the neces- n .ighbrofthe Nw's,-with new-bo,,e ranche-desert the old Ala- y ato
sity of some explanation, and z ai fr the itere.ts oft'e irSuth is- -chua quarters, and fly for re- tf ;he iut h e hiapepiness ofyofuilT
AMe learn, pleaded that the sues tirade of sentimee. 1e, tr ih them fuge and solace to the rgons ndr s o tn,
course of Van Buren '-i the ielv s, that were they gen fy enteri,a.u,- f.L' k.Moe He can't Rev.Mr. STEWlT, oe tenio i bIat.
Florida ar, had driven hul ed would prove nitre dt rfcIrive to the of Lke Monroe. He cant Re. Mr. STEWART,
Floida a there, hod ie Ie ,
l ario l ist itutions of tme Sou the a- elctioneer there, or is he Rev. Docw. TODD. anId Judge VMS*, -. -
OVtis could not stand he fla- iton speeelies that 'ver te bere or doitf, of those few L'o F'Fco votesI c ir.thern, for their f. flc i 1t in -a
otist could not stand the fla- ev.r il he made.. WIhy t very idea Mr. Fairblank's mode of electioneeriie re- lhe meting; also tt brother harlee.
grant i egleCt of the interest Of of establishing a police, watch .g persons, ,nIin,!s us mu.ch of he old story of thie- bai Browee, Circuit Stewaart of tilleh.eI,
he, Terr.tory by the Adminis-1 &c.,-thlat is ex:'nliti"g evew taveller's te. between the smnke an i the f"rog; ;very G.-9 V
/ 'nti Ex-GOV luval i trunk, we suppose-b n er tt ha time the snake would l) Iim he'd leap -
-'- .... iM' .t'' U.' .8 B- i',p.I occurred away off in WAhi glin' city, is ff to a mulln bush, Iak qui and r- pL,.rE.NSS.-Tlk ab,.. the plee
33i 8l l.n|Jifi t lali l I revolting to SoutherR heioT kindl honesty, ,urn and renew the confici. So v. Ni IMr. ,,fthe Frech,,iand hlold ,p their iee..rs
and insulting to tfe plt; pe ;fvoaf whom' Fairbanks-he now. and then makes a as an example We dle,.V ir ettmni-
.n the Elitor o.f It w atec hil daily break catches the pisen, and hol.s over to I.ence, and tare inclined, to 'gie ,e -Will
*i PMMFII a .dt.4a l -. st. Augustine. or somelU otherr Lico lpre- to 'le colhredl population. Tht fItlow
tignif8 fIy lgyO Imt Such inefl,,tible anlel deei'es the cint, takes a bite, gets curel, andi jumps itig diailagueit is correctly r-eported. W
re of Mercury '"the god of keene,,,st censure add ,re"p st, and the back to the Quixotic rencount(ir. But Alh rnlaina, 1 Iorn I hotpie pIi ' *S as properly Cinbleimal- attribution of ign our 'itizens is the frog's antidote at last gave out, and le seeing you exhuberating inue tw o~r~s
the Subtreasury project a policy which 1vAtl wilh muetch fell a victim to his temerity-a warning to dis morning. '- -
now .a subtreasury man c~, ,ountendation frei.i-,wn f'.4s8 readers. you Mr. Fairbanks. However, all we've Tank you, sre, my hecki ... '7
0 ,,,.0" lest his Zeal for 'Tip We shall advert to is et*tu ganin, aitd got to say, is, that whenever hereafter, exerneinting for several dys, (i iItis:,
should he, uIiscon "more at length. : Mr. F. slopes suddenly ,after a political Johnso,, and her lubly family '
Sy. lQ.U IllCO .' dlebaie with a Whig. don't ask, Whar's A h, (da is bery well *.t*rtiarf a ir
e pledged liniseS in 07o The-re i ,lllh i ' between George R. Fairbanks? But merely say, ruptione olde prevalingit. il i' ipe
esence, ofabout 500 pen- happines aud yielonI h-i thinks He''gonearter MUILEN! dot y<, wilhah thegoodwss t coinnhni-
*i accept no office f.o0i himself the happiest is really so; but .M cate my hess r, spects to ~yur heinhad.
-- i dminilstrat ion-btt. sotiee e dethegr I' n ***"-k!l-est ctgenr l ti Recreation a intended to the mind T'nik y)ou, 1 shall do myset (f pleasure.
fler, Ex-Gov. l)uval set- .*lly egreal .t-ate 4as mh.ttieg is Io the scythe, to shr|ee,,r, God morning.
etlv down as U, Si Law ,7 ,w of the real the edge ofit, which otherwise would grow Good enig.
en tlstin '. Per- atate w t r cor dull ated Lblunt. A,,d withe a )rdfounI how f -6 sidle
-e ...s- ,, .. aml a court.y almosI to h, ground on
S. ex- ,>nate. We--eJ .ttlhink. of their When the dacrifi,' which youneqest a te other, the paker epaate.
S' ciseaneh itoftheiriiward frie,,i to make is greater ,ha, the benefit ier :ei/t
-in we eipec late on their hap ,, qblain thereby,the demaUad is uncuur- .1 ,f S-uator Ash,4 oC Arktes, d(lied
'I" lteI. at Washington on Saturday the (itih.


JAMES T. MAGBEE,.
.- *..*
ATTORNEr AT LAW. **'
Vill practise in the'Superior and Circuit

T'AMPA BAY. HtnILLsnoRO~Oe CouNTY. FA.


A. H. Cole,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER
COMMISSION RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING MERCHANT
PALATKA, EAST FLORIDA

James W. Bryant,'
ATTORNEY AN 1) COUN-
SELLOR'AT LAW.
JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY,
EAIS FLORIDA.


STATE OF FLORIDA.
EASTERN CIRCUIT .
MARION COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

N,;I Fergmisson, admist'r'
of James Lynch, dec.
Vs.
Archibald H.' Cole, F. IN CHANCERYT
H Riehirds, Jamaes B
Cole, Frederick Klet,
Josihl W. allial, W i!-
liamt H. Wi't, .,rtie
C,1lin, John WV.C. Lod, 4,
Au>tItiSeIs Steele, Joseph ,
Gavles, Phillip HP1-er,
Chnrl,-s A. Milche!l. Ro- I Bill to mai-
-rt G. l.iviingston, w VG 1 hall assets,
CrossW.F WSa.in.,Tho- | &c.
mas HI. Hilaner, AnihonyI
'Ivy, aind B. Fiheile Lvncich, .
willow of James Lyocbh;
ceased.

It having been m06, to 6ppeai thatt at
Ii'! of coniplaint has been duly filed by
tcie aid eompiltinant against lte said dt-
fendats ; and it having been fri lher made
to appear hy nffiilavit sr.tisfietory to the
Court, ihat Frederihk Keitr, Josia.li W.
lnlnari Will an HI-. Wite, George Culin,
J',n W. C. Loud. Robert G. Livingototi,
Phillip Heller, and B. Finite Lynch, re--
side heyond the limits of this State, de.
fndnntis in the above bill of complain
and it nlso appearing that the said Tho-
iia. H1. I Igpier, defendant in the a nbove
hill of com.plaint resides in thie State be-
Vfnd the limits of this jditul circuit, so
thatl thie process -of sahidpeTa cannot be
served upon the said deifendilns-
It is, therefore, on notion of B. 31
Penarson cmntiplainants s,.li'itor, ..,
Oanrit.). That the ;ii- i ilefTeifaits
Frede,.ric K let, Josiah W\ t6. Wil-
linm II. \Vii;e,.George C(ilin,; ulha. W.
C. Loind, Rohert G. Li' ingstnec' Phillip
ileller, ni., B. Finite L nei. P ail.Iey
ae r henry qrtiird to appear t 'srlh.I
or nitswer to the saidI lilt ,srnftPi
viihin the pivee of four motion '*roni tie
dare hereof. or the srnni wfilbe take>
against theilt, al colfesef "d. .
And i is I further ord.'-,'re ;tjhe afid
,leterlied ,", ,,',,,Dn H iFiw 4t!, i*j he
i- hre'ly re.q',ird to apeatralet.W(I or
nnswr to thil s'lid bill of etoBi llqt whlin
th el spire of two ,Dnfh'*'t9 tfi'eAlWate
hereof, or the saiie e\ tl. 4te iinst
hlini as raonfiss-l. ,
Andl it is furleir ordlredl J a ilied
copy of this ordr Ie pdltllaed itn oie
' newsptedpr priced .in. t IblMeei?. ce a
week for the slpae ,ef uri ialit,
GEO. W. M ACRAE, J &e. "
Presidiin iEn Ia-.. rp 4iutjl 11n co.
AT CHAMBERS, Dec. 1rf 0 ,
I, John ,L.B nr-nclrhf ,h-iAlcirrnit
Court for Mariin couniny, 6I hwrelpyeeriily
that the foregoing is a true copyi of then
original order now of record in ciy office
in tlhe nhove staled csne.
Given unde lri y handle anll senal ofof-
L. 6. fiee tiis twenty-seculdny
of De:c.eib,.r, 1847.
JOIN L: IRANCIl,
CIl'rk Ciruic (Courl, Marion County.
Dec. 25, 1817.

SUGAR ESTATE EAST FLO.
RIIA, FOR SALE, ../ "
'ihe W.tI known highly .v4'ubJe qugay
IuslattejitnlAte on the Thi)aca and [latul
over riltj,** in as.t Florida, known a
*"pak Forest' nartie t e'.shlorp containing
about two thousand, cre, inmore or less witu
the Sagar Works and other imnprovements
thereon.. Temseoasy. Apply to "
une23-lawmrn 44 Wall s*ol.


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OCALA ARGUS.


THvl'E WHIG CANDIDATES. GRAND JURY PRJ RESENTMENT
ddle Florida has sp.,keii IP 1ARI O. 0. --
Florida hahe length of this document precludes
ahid unites in the choice of the the entire publication of it in our paper.


-1est--the East and South


of Middle Florida.

Col. JOHN H MclNTOSh,
of East Florida.


We are indebted to our
:atteirtive'corre-spondent of the
Savannah Georgian for the
strip of f reign news below It
'contains the latest intelligence
fronl Europe, and is somewhat
,interesting,


We tender our thanks to
4the Hon. J. 1. WEST(CorT, and
,Hon. E. ('. CABsFLL, for P. D.

Oa I RIEND," must ex-
'cuse us. We are aware that
--we areggpt(in1 long cleverly.
'zvy 8ha4 notfonly killed h in-
,se rao pn ay, but his State
- (. Are fiy.ain4Wered ?

I Correspo~idents are re-
"qupsted to leave 'their favors
with Mr. ROBERTS, at the Post
Office. It would suit all con-
zcernid best, in our present fix.

1 It is with 'nlirch regret
That we have heard of the de-
mise, at Jacksonville, of Mrs.
SOPHIA FLEMING. This estima-
tble lady was over 80 years of
age at the time of her depar-
Aure, and for near 60 years a
resident of FI >rida.

Mexican affairs are in
a funny posture. President
Polks's Ministers have done
nothing. Congress has not yet
asselmbled--the tlcaty is not
ratified. The Court of Inquiry
has adjourned. Gen. Scott
has left for New York.

The President csays thiit lie will not
letEngland take Yucatan. Mr Calhlioui
says she never inierded to do it. Wkiat
Southerner 'can doubt Mr. Calhoun's word
on a point like tliia _;or a North man iitl.rP?
FROM 10,U A -Ol.
'The Steamier Uaibria arrived at New
york on the 25ith irom Liverpool. By her
we are in possession bi the following news-
The French election had passed off
-quietly.
The Pope of Rome had cordially wel-
comed Dr. Martin, the American Charge
d'Affaires. 00
Commercial affairs fr fgadua lly im
proving in England and Frutice.
The Prussian troops have had d bloody
engagement with the Danish army. The
D ,ine lost twelve thousand men ; the
SPruissianis ,000. Lomburaly is hard at
work on the A ustrian troops. Spain is in
great agitation. Portugal is on the eve of
it revolution. Cotton is raising Sugar
idi ii olame has increased in price.


lents and intelligence ad mir--
.ably'qualify himn for Governor
9o oyr young State ; and the
deep.: sympathy and interest
'which he has heretofore dis-
phayed ini our prosperity, inust
secure to himii a mass of old vo-
tes which no other individual
could rally
The names of our candidates are now
Ulp; they are geutlen'uin ,if worih nd ini-
telligeutce, and entertain itdoltriurs 'wliich
are for the realben--fit ofthe Sate and her
people. There ire no false pretentious
on their part-no primtliss made whiichi
cannot be sustained and c.rriedl ou truilt,-
fully, iid they are under no oitglltg:ioiii
oilier than to do all in theit lowr fr ,i r the
'real happiness and Ipros,'-rily of Florida

TIiiE WEArIHL, CROPS, &C.--
The weather, which for
a length of time has been ex-
ceedingly dry, 'clchanged last
week, and the famished earth
has been plentifully replenish-
ed by copious showers of rain.
The crops have been finely in-
vigorated, and sonie calcula-
tion can now )e made on their
"turnout." We see in our
neighborhood some fields of
corn tasseling, and all of our
other productions are in a
hearty thriving state.
'hegre is a large quantity
of o'orn planted this year- all
in-rease in the cane crops,
and a falling ofoff at least one
tihird in cotton. Tobacco holds
its dciri in a measure-and
that there is of it is stated to
bo very fine. Our farmers
aid planters anticipate a
ha~pdsome yield.

t -' In Russia, the peasants, who are
the' absolute property of the nobles,
anmunnt in number to twenty-two millions.
Those belonging to the Crown number
twenty-one millions, and thie privil--'ge'
o-e-lisses aniriou't to one million and a hall.
tV* More than fifty-slave vessels ihviv
beetj taken on the coast of Africa wilhiit
the tlst twelve months. It seems, bow-
ever),that lately, a slave Steamer has giv-
-en thh British philanihropisis goes.
(J, Miss Druinmonl, thu Qiiakeress
preacher, was asked whether the spir-t
ever ilispired her with the thought ofget-
ting niiurried. No friend, said shie, but the
fi sh has.

-QiETY OF woMEN.---RoMnily Days
There is iiothiing by which have through
lifted miOke profited, than by lthe jst obser-
vatio0ns, 'ie good opinion, and the since,
and geitile eticouragemenit,of amiable and
ustnIsible wo11ien.
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070 Pretensions are idle things. Those
who put on the most airs are generally
the most ignorant.


OCALA ARGUS.



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[ Coriuutuicalet.
FRIEND G.-Please inform me what
wire-work iig is going onl about the divis-
ion of the coniity, and if any steps have
been taken to remove the county site, and
whereto. P. U.
Fleminigton, May 23.
We are not aware of any-
thing of the kin I here. We
are as much in the dark as
our correspondent.


The Rev. D. L. \VHITE,I
[)aguerrian artist, contem-
plates visiltng Ocala about the
26 or 27th of May. Those
who may wish to have minia-
tures taken in his style by hold-
ing themselves in readiness
will be promptly served. His
stay will be short.

07 V We regret to perceive that our ta-
lented friend, the Rev. JAMEs McDoXALD,
has discontinued ihe publication of his Ita-
per,the 1Bhpiist Telegraph, andl Florida
Emigrant." This is to be lamented, inas-,
much as it was the only truly religious pa-
per ever started in Fhlroda. auti devoted to
the peculiar interests of the Emigrant.
The Tele-raph has been conducted with
much zeal and spirit, and the loss of Mr.
MeD. to the Editorial Corps of Florida will
be felt by the members of the fraternity.

GOOD ADVICE.
Why don't you take the papers ?
They're the life of my delight!
Except about election times,
And then I read for spite.
Subscribe, you cannot loose a cent-
Why should you be afraid ?
For ca h th us made is tioney lent,
On i- r'st fiour-told paid.

Ay iNGENi ousS MAID.-May ik. considered
,.- uniorintiatie nionth to marry in. A
cotiilliy editor says that a girl was lnot long
asked by her suitor to unite herself in the
silken tie, who nianed May in his propo-
sals. The lady tenderly hin ted that May
was an unlucky month for marrying.
Well, make it June, then, honestly re-
plied the swain, anxious to accoimnimodate.
The damsel paused( a omnient, cast
down her eyes, and with, a blush, said,-
Would'nt April do as we I ?
0f1 The French mint is now coining
5 tranc peices in the liame of the French
Republic. The device on the edge will
he, Dieu protege la France. God protect
Fratce.

4fl Woman, it is said, have more
strength in their loqofs, than we have in
our laws, atd more power in their teurs
than we have in our arguments.


killingg to abide the result of
heir deliberations and judge-
iint. General THOMAS BROWN
-of Tallahassee is the Whig
OCALA. E. F., MAY 25, 1848 .andidale for Governor of the

State of Florida. That he
WHIG NOMINATIONS. will receive the unanimous

.*FOR GOVERNOR. !~ ppOrt of the party and that
SGE-N'L THOMAS.BROWN-Of many personal friends a-
._- -.- .-- fr r--'"*- who lrn awt he
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO Cosl'ipsa is man, and knowing esteem him
-E. C. CABELL. anoonly for the attributes of

FOR ELECTORS. h iiseart, but for his experi-
GE'~L JACKSON MORTO'1,4 enae knowledge a'nd capability
to' dischtarge the high duties
of West Florida. f a
of te office, cannot be ques-
Col. SAMt'EL SPENCER,. toned. Gen'l BRowN's tal-


As its interest demands some notice of it,
we shall give a synopsis of the measures
recommended with the single remark that
they are countenanced by a large majori-
ty of our citizens.
After returning thanks to Nlon. Judge
DOUGLAo for his courteousness and urbani-
ty-the officers of the Court for their read-
iness, and their attentive' baliff, A. McLEODn
Esq., th Grand Jury call the attention of
ilie county commissioners to the state of
ilim roads, and recommend that the laws
in relatioil to them be strictly executed
and toiar finger boards be placed on all the
prIlle;ilil fU T .,
The-y recommend the construction of a
bridge. across the Oclawala ; the erection
of a safe and comfortable Juil.
Thly state that they have examined thd
conmIly bos )knild find all correct.
They call the attention of their fellow
citizens to move in the inattle of the school
laatils, andt also as to pubil't oehools.
FThy recommend to the next Legisla-
ture :o mort-age the 500,000 acres of hland
donated by the general government for in-
ternal imiiproveimnts, for the purpose of
esablisliing a Batik-and that the bank be
bonuidto tcotlstuct a rail road at some point
acrossthe peniiisula.
Allude to the clearing out of the Od-
lawalia, andi suggest prompt and active
inm astiure to :comtplish it.
rhie presentment then afer ain appeal
to theirfellow eilizens to be moderate in
thie approaching political cin v'ass, and to
abstain from every (liing that iit iy tend to
sever thI s cial lies that binds us closes.


den a surp ise would blind us. God,
therefore, o his gooidness, hath iniid
intermediate twilight to
for the reception of th

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LO'( T THIS-PILLOW AND
\ iRE1 iDEN't POLK.
It is tn on the authority of ex-Ambas-
sabort4o tte, T4cholas P. Trist, that
Gen. Pilln boasts of his exploits as a po-
litician, as ell as of his generalship and
valdo* oC trJe field of battle. He is not only
a Nitpe..11 -4hois a Guy Warwick. He -
is the nstkier ofPresidentsas well as the
to ror ofMexicans. He claims the credit
of haig'made Mr. Polk President-and
that isi he reason, we suppose, that Polk
iLe Uow whatt hlie was even less fit for
4,wn elk warifor the Chief Magistracy)
a Majtr General. When we first saw this
staenlrent, we were at some loss to con-
jectuohby what meant Pillow had succeed-
*'ed' il liivating his country-court law
r ie i thdI Presidency. But thg..jFdl--
ade JtI' North American rurnishes this
~mia earyj explanafiotn of rthe wiay in
it' lhitheigreat political as well as the
'ritilry satitegist from Tennessee succeed
ed 'ift 'se'n'J!i'-hiilg his ollj,-cts. That
parr 6fa*-
*T rlbest solution of the riysteiry we
can riv* refers to die little statenitnt in
the I larrisbirg Union, soon after the Balti-
mo'e Contvontion has nominated Mr Polk,
ahto tr; .Pulc being such an excellent
tarrt I nVa'-ttiat stateminnt being uiade on
*the 6h ofaualleged declaration to that
ef1fet madleal Baltimore, during the ses-
siot' of he Con veli ion,by l'a near neigh-
lbo of the' Dtek Riter cain idate, who
P' Ifaltwio uitnderlend all rideserntiment i,
amd- klew, hat hew wae frie&sy to ilie 1t-
jW 1f. t84;1! Tiltatsateiment ciureil M r
otlk the .vote of Pennioylvania, w lichi
ihode him Ptesihlent. rThe story is that
the ner n.igthyt' vb'. mndst the de-
elarari,,n at Bimi'tire wiv .Ihr now Gon.
Gideon Pillow; if the s. ory he irur, Gn-
Pillow hins l' a i'iet right to boast thatt he
did make Mr. Polk Presilent; since no.-
thing is more certain than that infamous
dece itio'n elected Mr. Polk to the (office
in wh ich lie was able to reward frieid.,lhip
aild put tiienllincity int epautieites. It was
very well, dioultilcss. for Mr. Pillow to
bolster Mr. Polk; and it was as nattiir;l lfor
Mr. Polk to piit his Pillow in a lne c'ase.
COMMITTING A MILLION SOULS
TO CIIRIST
Rev. Mr. II. wa- !or many ye:irs co-
pisterr with the Rev. Mathliew Wilkes, of
ihe rotngregation at the T tieriei-iec and
To'leohenhm-court chapel, I otilon. His
venerable co!nntitin, who ntiled upon himi
a few hours before his death, ill a charac.
teristic conversation, said, *is all right ioru
anotlier world ?"
"I ami very happy, said Mr. II.
"Have you: idil your will ?P
Mistake there qilestion-"The will of the
Lord be done," said t lie dying christian.
"'Shall I pray with you ?"
"Yes,ifyou can;" aludiiig to Mr, Wi!k-
es's feelings, at that moment considerably
excited.
After prayer, "Well,, my brother, ify,,n
had a hiiiindred souls cotuld yI u commit
them all to Christ now ?" iIluding to nil
expression Mr. 11. frequently used in the
pulpit.
With a mighty and convulsive efors, lie
replied "A miNtion."

ANCENT SOURCES OF GOLD.-Dr. Wil-
son, in bis travels through the lands of the
bibl', d`isovered on thi route from tlhe
Read Sea N o Mooti Smlai, ihe itinielise
mnounniais alluded to in the book ofJot, as
the source of the gold anid silver of the
early aies. Frot;; huge seuns in itll
sides ofthe mountains was the ore dug out.
and all 'he evidences of this miode of mnin.
ing pre ented themselves to the eye. How
the gro4dve or channels wereumi out from
such Iofi'y heights to the base of mlie mount-
aine, dols not appear. Inmiense inust
have bee' the waste of life in prosecuting
thejlor f-j
SIN ANH HOLINESS -A s'ate of sin and
holiness aire not lik'- two ways.'hat are jus'
parked hy a line, so as a man m y step out
of the one tull inte thle other; buti they are
like two oays that lead to very distant phla
Bes, and Cbnesequently are at a good dis-
tance front one another; and the farther a
man hath tsnvelled in the one, th, farther
he is from t.e other; 'so that it requires
time and pniut to pass from one to the
other.
TwILtoHT.-4-Twilight is a great blessing
of God to man ind; for should our eyes
be instantly p &ed out of darkness into
lighli, out of midnight into morning,so sud-


KISSING. ,
Oh quit-get out-now don't you-
I really wish you wouldn't.
Oh, quit it-will you? Oh, get out!
You know you ought to should'0,a
There-now you've got it-oh be still--
You shan't have any more;
You've got-oh! take your fice away-I
What no man's got before.
Qne more-there-that will do. Oh, doi
You've rumpled up my hair,- -
If you'll but quit, I'll give you one-
Now take it-there-there-there!

NAVAL ANECDOTE.
Shortly before tilhe declaration of the
war .l8lgt aspi Great Britain, Capt.
- ngDded a hip which sailed from

by wayu of the WeW t iupWm.-A- mnm aof
British nravll oJhi s, f!'lolied 1:t' s ofa
the Wesit- ad ia isl a hand, h *bw, ik dled
baouse anwliook p Pa .tbtin el itp.' n1m.
versation during thie voyage turned fre-
quently upon the prospect of war between
the two countries. "If,"said tie English
officer, war should take place. we shall
captture every ship in the Aititrienan navy
It is impossible that we shiall fail." To
this accustomed braggeadocia of John Bull
'lie Captain simply replied, "Gentlemen,
y on may live to find yourselves disappoin-
ted." Thig English spirit of hbonsting was,
kept up during the entire voyage, wiihont' .
however,disturbing friendly feelings. They
reachdied Portsmouth in safety, ibut hlni
only been there a few weeks when the
startling news arrived that HulL lud-takls
lie Enli lish frigate Guierriere, commland-
ed by Captain Davres. The day after the
eceptlon ofii he it v ,F tII.co'd Cittniin Pir-
eliased a white hat, small clothes, etc., wild
went to the Navy Yrnni, to which his pas-
sUIers had been ordered.
M- found them gruipeil hioetfier, talk-
ing overi the seriroiis niew. 'w miod G doln ii-
ing, gen elletnen," sail lie, 'ltave yoiti hii'rdl
h ll nliews, ?"'-Oh! yes, Capttiii, wV seu pposi;
you refer to the vil'ryV of IIull." "Not ait
tall ,g n'lihn eUl --tiy ;icw : is, iiat I biltl I'a
lbeenlirokeni by a coIrt marria;i :! I" l.y
Captaiti, you ;~ie-4t.44 "-! -i W.-- I 7 "*
you Ime:an-we are aistoii'-l lj iitle'i
-Yes" coilillued thle Capiiinii,,.lhe Amri
can Conigress passed a resolution, thia if tin
Amnerin'an frigate did not t,,,( a Britii
frig.ite i fifteen minutes, til' Commoiodor
should lie cashitired; adI you know it took
liull just 17 1-2 minutes to take tll' Gudr-
riere," His audience dihpersed as if ile
riot act had been read, but not wiilouit
showing evildei t tokens of deep morlirica.
tio!i. A. for tle C nipianittb,. ii-al.'s it i
rule to mount is white hat and short, and
call at the Navy Yard,as the news ofeacch
successive % victory of ga llatnt titivy reael;ed
him, to coitgratulate .if- ifonimr bboling
English naval friends.
COW PER'S EXPERIENCE.
Cowper, the poet, spe.akiig of his religi.
oils xperience,says: "Buit lie hallppy peri-
od( which was to shake off tny lelimrs
anitil afford ie a clear opeiiing of the free
mter'y of Gil in Christ Jesus, was now __
arriveI. I flung niysell into a chair near
i lie window, and seeing a Bible there, ven-
inred onee more to apply to it for comfort
and insiruciion. The first verse I saw was
the 25tha of lie third of Roumans "WVhou,
God hliath st forth to be i probfitiation .
tlhroigh 1fi4ilh in his blood, to declare his
righteousness for ite remissiont ofsine that
are past, tlihrou gli ihe firhearance of Go
Iininediately I recievedstrength to b'l
and the full beamsofth.-ntif Riglht
ness shlone upon me. I saw the .
ency of theattonement hie had made, my
pardot sealed in his blood, and all the ful-
Inss and coiipllet'n'ess of his justification.
In a motentl believed and Wecieved the
gospel."
A NOBrLE IaRstMAN-A noblede ld was
performed by an Irishman named fatrick
Kelcher, at Washiugton, a few day ego,
in rescuing from the flames of a iirning
dwelling a number ot small children, The
Washington Intelligencer speaks in the
most glowing terms of the 'lreplity G"
the heroic Irishman. ,

f A sea officer, who had lost hiu
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Doctor WILLIS J. P A I E LST OF
SRemaining in tileI
SPANN, t FNoridaF Re onthe1
Respectfully in- RETAIL IMERHANT, Swhich ifnot te, o
OmSp hS s .rid '- will besent to thed
fo CAA, Washington, D. C.
and the community
aU t large t hav- ? A
t large, tat h respectfully invicesthe at- Aslhurst Josiah
e- tention of his friends pd citi- Allen wm.
Established himseljin zens generally to hi. .t)lrincr "Bfr
Ocala, E. F., he has opened, azn zen guera sck t Dry n i B,,on
anectzon with his Office, a an ummer st(ck ; 1Dry Balon
eco wih his Office, a oos &c. embracing *'most Bayvlesdwanrd
/ DRUG STORE. every article suitable.o the Bleach wii
consisting oJ a variety of lMe- country trade. Bullock Menerva A
.d cines appropriate to the coun- He flatters hiniself tiat his' CochrneGL
try, and M5lracing. all aWicjes assortment, ..seectod with the cro'Fr*,nk
to befou it inyh je. is greatest care, is suDeri'c to Co.' ... J
t" .- ,. o~, rfre inttoducec to lhton'1"" oln
La 1, t.o o I : .. .,00 otlr an Miss E 8
aniy oTrS frmi te cel- his market' and he can i on- ro
zhodses of SAfflin and Jidently say that- they a i per- 'Fruitfn Vw D -2T
Finn Thomas
ar] r, know to be the feetly new and fresh. FletcherGerge
most correct Druggists in the Another recommendatiOn in u
Uron. their favor is the low prFcl at Humplakies D Jn 3
which he can sell, theni-a VM. ROBEI
Calomli. reduction ot about 25 per ent. April 1, 1848.
Tart Emetic. lewer than the prices of. last
.Otmiip.


Morphine acet., and sulphate.
STincture of iron.
Spirits of nitre.
Sulphate of zinc.
iSarsaparilla and its prep.
C..- r.ibonmte of soda.
Iagnegin.
Sugar lead.
Creamn of tartar.
-.htiburb powdered. do root.
Carb. iron.precipe.
i'psoin salis.
,oa lflia.

I lea rrslior.
"N itre.
( tin Arabic.
Arrow root.
,o, aix. "
41iitelie, superior art.
wath. ks of every kind.
.iSa-ll t,'i copavin.
I[plw'rncttana.

Castor oil (old pres'.sed.
Aloe'.
CakaI I IM r.
,Spirits r I)ff rpentine.-
PCatIIt rI-


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Hfraeamonia u!.
t4theon 1 -
f loroforin.
aregric.
rritiges of every variety, and innumera-
ie other articles.

The medicines are FRESH,
d the name of te firms from
fIlch it hey were procured is suf-
ient guarntguaratee tht 'they are
ooti .
SOcA., APRIL 21, IU


XON ac -PRIC E
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Cash Store.


A nimble Penny is better than a slow
Shilling."

S B t'er for the buyer nnd
Tor the seller. Why ? Be-
cause the seller can afford. his
goods at less prices--he is not comrrpelled
to make good imen pay ithe had dets onil
his books-which, on the credit system
is unavoidable. With cash in hand he
can turn his capital over and over, and
S us t. purchase at lower prices than on a

It is better for tlhbuyer, because lie no
only huys cheaper with cash, but lie will
avoid the temptation of ./iiying articles lie
has no us.A for, or which he can do willh-
oit, men'rely becatise lie can have it.charg-
ed. But pay day is sure to coine at last,
and with it duns, and suits, and jutignietils
and executions, all of which might Inhve
b heen avoided by using the" nimble penny
instead of the slow shilling."
The subscriber beleivintg in the above
system of finance." respectfully in onrus
his friends and the public that lie is now
receiving

New Goods
omr New York and Savannah,
Ih ill be so Id at very low prices for

A Cask,
pe ing to be supply ed almost week-
ing he. season with such goods as
'aittel in the cowus annd adhering
SSstem, sell a
I a a af
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year and better articles.
His list'comprises amtong
others the following : Muslins
Musdelains, Circassians, \AI-
pacas, Cashimeres, Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans, Plains, Lfi4-
scys, Mariners Stripes, Washy
ington Plaids, ATroti Checks,.
Kersey Blankets, Cable T'wist
Fancy .Jeans, Scotch Plaids,
i Gold Stripe Plaids, Sheetings
Bleached and Unbleached
Shiriings Cotten Osnaburgs,
Utmbrellus, Pongee Silk
Hlhdts, Bik Silk Cravat.-,
Musdelain d o, Cotton Pilaii
Hi kf, Fine-Cotton Hose, Half
H ose, French Suspenders,
Over Coats, SaIck Cooits, Sati
net and Casimere Paints)
SVests atid Fine Shirts, Bag-
ging, together with a variety
of other articles suitable to
the season.
ALSO. Hats of the 'afest fiashions- a
generate assortment of Ladies Sh. es. Gents
tine calfsewed shi e?, Kip brogau.., Riissetts.
Bovs and Misses shoes. Also a well selected
assortment ot Crockery, Tin ware, Hard-
ware, Ho loware, t ails,-Axes. &c. Saddles,
Bridles.!Horse Collars, &c Will also keep
constant ly on hand Flour, Rice, Bacon
Lard, Coffee, Sugair',Molassess, Salt; Soa.:,,
Tobacco,& e. to \vhieh I invite my triend-
and the public generally, tocall and examine
my stock, as I arm determined to please
both n quality sad prices
JOSI AH PAINE.
Ocain, E .., May 1848.


WESLEYAN FEMALE COL-
LEGE.
T HE Weslevan Female College will
commence its next Term on thefirst
Monday in October, under the charge of the
following officers:
Rev. W. 11. E.LLSUN,. D. D. Pre. and
Prof. Moral Science.
Rev. E. [1. MlEts, A. M. Prof. Naf, Sci-
e n c e '
Rev. J. R. TO'OMAs, A. M. Prot. Eng. Lit
erature.
.'ir. 1'. G. GUTnIE.NBER.GE, Prof in Dept.
o.f Music. ,:
Miss E. A. RoGsFs, utetorie, fatrumc-
tress in Drawing, Painting ra$ lJ h'.,
The Mathematical Depul Iw I be
prin-ipally in charge ofthe i d All
the officers, except Mr. G., idde la the
College Builings, and have enetant uaper
vision of the young ladies terdflgi with
them; while the Lady ot one of. the lrofes-
sors has the particular oversight of th r de-
partment. ,
The following is the Chaptter e titled
'Session and F'eeq." :
At. lnst The eiileiniteay e 't(rtE)
sliall ouninence t'e first MIonay ia O bteb1r,
and end on. the Thursday ar the colAd
Monday in July.
Art. 2d. '1 he College fees shlIl s4i to11
lows: -
Regular Tuition,in College 00
Music, extra, 00
Drawing and Painting, ex .l-3 I00
Lang'iaes, extra, .
Use of Piano, ,
Board per month, 00
Repairs of College building., 4 00
Matriculation Fee, ,' .00
Fee of Testimonial, .* -. I ,0 O
Washitg,WooAd and L lM iH svesge
about $:I per month. -- *. '* .
Art. 3. The pupils are ea~.4p s is1h
their own rooms. 2 '
Art. 4th. The fees of the Codle sle be
Shalf in advance; the remainder on the
March.
dil will-be received in -the- regular
as than a'half Term; or in Mu-
e quarter. It is desirable
-*nat the opening of
start fairly with
c'y Faculty.
46.


ARGUS.


LETTERS GODEY'S LADY'S B(OK
Post Offi,4, it Ocalna AND FAMILY MAGAZINE.
let of Mireh, 1848 rHE oldest Magazine in the Uhitedi
ut in three, months States, contains monthly sixty piges
dead letter office in of reading matter, by the first writer-in
the country,--twelve more than the Nt,
S3 York magazines. Two splendid steel:n-
arris J M. gravings, an undeniable atithentic ifaslon
Holly M issS plate colored, model cottages and chuiih
M es, crotchet work, and oiher mattersfor"
McAteer Wn ithe L.adies, all illustrated and well -
Moock B W plained, &c.
Meyer B F Price for one year, which includes
McNeill Neil, the Lady's Dollar Newspaper,
N making three publications in one
Nixon B J -2 monhlt, $3
P Two copies without the newspaper 5 D
Pearson B Five copies with one to the person
Right Aina sending tilhe club 10
S. Eight copies -15 00
Smith J.,mes 'lwe ,h ,u u'
70ae 6Ueoge AKsperimen of either the Lady's Rook
Stanaland 8 or the Lady's Dollar Newspaper sent to
Stevens Winstan any person paying postage' on the'requesI
T Address L. A. GODEY,
Tyner Mrs 8 Jan 29 No. 113 Chestnut St., Phil. .
ry[ner Jackson
T'yner J. G
W NOTICE
VWeekivine H A ciX WEEKS after date, I will apply tb


rTS, Postmaster.


STATE OF FLORIDA.
EASTERN CIRCUIT, CIRCUIT COURT:
MARION CoUrNTy.
Joshua McGahlagin Attachnent on two
vs. A 1achment on two0
Georg,. D. Fisher. lots at Ocals.
The nlhove nametl defendant and ai
other persons otherwise intierf-sted, r<',
'herehy r ,quired tol appear and pl"ad t,
he leclatration filed in the above, cattle
itisse,. C. A. MI 'iCi EL, PIll's A4t'y
February 19, 1848.-3 mous.


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
A PERSOVS indebted to the estate of
A. .J, Lyon, of Marion county.deceased
are requested to make iinmediate payment tc
the nidersign.d, and tho- e having claims
against thl said estate, are reqnlrad to pre-
sen' hm n wi' hin the time prescribed by' law
ir hii notice will be ylead in bar of their
rec wery.
P. A. McDAVID).
Ocala,, Mny I I18.
'No kCV E.
O N the 30th day of Se[,t mber the uindnr
-'i raed, admiinistrairix of the estate ,f
J,,lhn V. !'ickutt, late ofDBentito c,. nt,-. dec
will present her accnunis and vouchlier to the
ltIon. .1idge of P- ohates ff B3nlton co nnty
and ui" ;ip)lication for :etiers of dismissal
as aditnistratrix aforesaid. '
N M. ROBET.5
Tampa Bay. March 11 1843 Gm

.A. Mitchel
COUNSELLOR AT' LAW,
Practisvsin -the Courts of Law and
Equity in all the counties of heli Eastern
Ciri'uit, titad ill the coliti''sI of l'lcItoi i a;nd
-Hillisborough in the Southern Circuit of
Flor ida.
Ocala, Mlrion County, IFl. March 2Gth


NOTICE.


Six ionlths after dale I will iiaply to
the Ill.-. Judge. of Probates of Marion co0.
lir a ,liselari'e from ilih te l iiiiiisiration of
the estate of'Thomiias \V. Jones, deceased,
tnd will then |p eselat ivy filnil n.e, seltlpeient. WILLEY IBROOKS,
Ocala, Feb. 5, 1848. Adminiitrator.

NOTICE E.
A I, persons are forewarned from trad.
ing for either ofItwo notes otf hlnd given
liv neac to Col. Il. lopkins, nInlihering
tiie in the month of Jily, 1IS4f. one pay-
able oin lhe Is( of fJnt ry, 1847, adl tile
other on tlhe Ist of Janua-'ry. 1814, .uil be-
ing dlra% n for the sum of $l00 eh-li
The former of these notes ihai hbeen
paid, mil the consideratioi of ithe last hias
thiled, and I do i;ot intend to piy tlhe latter
unless cumIIpelled to j oso by l[aw.v
D. A BURALE:SON.
Orange Lake, Marion co., Dec 25, '47


jthe lion orable Judge of Probates of Mr
rion county tor letters of administration ow
the estate of Edwa-rd Norton late ofsail
county, dec.
GLADNEY NEALE, Am'r
March261848 6w


H. A. CRANE,'
WHOLESALE GROCER. f
SAVAKNAH GEORGIA.


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Attachment $20 12


T HtI I defendant and all others interest-
ed aire hereby notified of the coin-
mrnucemrnt of this suit, returnable to justice
Court to be held ai Ocala on the first Satur-
(lay in June next, and to appear and jod4
to tie same.
Given tiunder my hand and seal th d'-
April. Id43 I. H II RI.Ilj
Jti twice of the P**

SUGAR ESTATE EAST FW-'
RIDA, FOR SALE, .
'i he well known highly valuable (tigA
Estate situated on the Tomaca and Haul-
over rivers,. in East Florida, know' "-.h
'O;:.k Forest"' nearthe sea shore cootilI
about two thousand acre, more or leow
the Sugar Works and other improve tate
thereon. Terms easy. Apply to
TUCKER & CRA"
nr(2%"-t^Nw2n 44'' Wair stem'


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NOTICE .
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC-'. lIX WEEKS after d te, we will apply to
tex MON'Tl'ls ,4s.. tie dabl hlereof, I a. .he honorable Judge of Probates of A-
s will ila1ply to ( I llr. J flage of 'Pr'o I ic'a ,un',,', t*. e1"e .- f aduuigatiqta -
hates, for A!;chu.t ti;onutLy, at Neaut:ai' sville on tilh es tata ofJohn Dougherty late orfm'


lbr a discliharge fi'ana tic altmi nit Ia ion a of
lhe estate of Charles G ilalans, (decnt'aied,
antl will then present my final aecoiunlt or
settlemlenlt.
SILVESTER BRYANT,
Administrator with tlih will notiuxed.
Newnansville, Sept. 25, 1847.


SELLING OFF.

T HE Subscriber offers his present stock
of Goods at Ocala and lioumoassa for
sale at Reduced prices for the purpose of
raising money to pay hit, debts All persons
wishing to bay for cash may find it (or their
interest to call. The goods will be ret'ailed
at low prices, unless a purchaaer car be
found for the whole stock. Any person
wishing to engage in this business at e it.er
place can purchase the stock on favorable
terms.
Also a eame of four Mules, and a Road
Wagon.
Some few persons are indeb ed in small
amounts and are requested to settle the
same without further notice
O W. M. OLMSTED.
Ocala, May 4, 1848.


county dr-e -,._
G, & J. ilELrVENSTON. *'
Wscahloota March lh 1S481 fw ,

BOSTON & GUMRY
FACTORS AND GENERAL 'to-
MISSION MERCHANTS C.-llp-r
NER OF BAY AND


JEFFERSON STS. :


-SAVANNAll, Z
JoIINBo-To.N: JOHN tII, (0r
October 16,1847.-1 year '
:gi44S S,


- aw 16


Wilis J. Spin .
OC ALA, E IF,.
Offers his professional services in. arion,
Alachua, Benton, St. Johns and Levy
counties.
Ilia office is -n the corner'of Profession.
:l street and Merchants Row, opposite the
Public Square. Immediate attention will
be paid to all orders and requisitions.
Ocala, July 3, 1847.


AND CONTINENTAL rEUt.LTONK. '
.i Monthly Publication of the Courts of Lo
don and Paris;-Deticated to High L3
111shioaables, Fashions, Polite 'Lituratr


ble Characters.
In 4 t4abo wo W 4 Ibe
the Godp of 4 o1d).arif4 a m .
pal citiewspt*e B
iel G h,%i-rit ritii of
Drawing Room. Parties, with"accnra
counts of the drbssea of the Ladies of 'Rant
-Noblemrnn's Fetes-Discriptlion of ev6r1
New Opera, with criticisms 'of 'the same.-L
l'ertorniers,&c. Tales by the best English
Authors, Poetry, New Music. lHer Majed.
tv's visit to different Noblemen-Descri.
lion of New Paintings, and the Artists--Va.-
rieties, &c. '
The publication price of the above work
in London is $0.. .
Terms of Godey's New Monthly Maga-
xine, $1 a year, in advance.
All orders must be addressed, post paid, to
L.A.GODEY,,.
101 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
g~Newspapers inserting the' ab6ve wil
conier favor, and be entitled to an eP


CLAM"i CONTRACT.. AND
S GEEiNRAL. AGENT. .*
Gao. Wm. RicE has associated with hi I
Wag. J. McConlicK, Esq. (a gehtlemanu a ont
4ili'f&avrahly known to this community, tnd
to the Member, of Congrems- for. the last
tswt-aty years,) for the transaction of any
.Iasipes at Washington and vicinity, where
;* the services of an Agentor Attorney may
be reqiired.
0. W. R. will attend to the prosecutioil
oqfChians before Congress aud the several
lfi.iartments; to the obtaining of Contracts
the p4icuring of Pensions, whether Invalid;,
ftfflutionary,or otherwise; the obtainintr
of rttents; the. adjustA1niA .of all "Lin3
c0iIs; the settlement of al the various
ki$ 'oif Accounts with the different T)e..
.miltiunts; the purchase and sales of Rev
&eWc, Collection. &e. &c.
To.those who have business connected
withthe French, Neapo'itan, Spanish, "ani
.qrc..in Indemnities,'roin my asquaintasce
ithlt ,d Modern lang; uages, the services
4ltsouslator are u necessary.
;' GEO. W. RIfe
".*-tshinaton, Joa no 1 1847. **

NOTIC E.
'ALL PERSONS having demarfs against
*.*ftstate of Michael Duskin deceased late
Aljchiuna county Florida, are hereby catied
,"l-to present them without delay to'the
l s,signed in said county;'or to Jatnes AM
a their attorney at Newnanrville in
Mil county. All creditors and legatees of
sia" Mitclhae1 Oiskin 4ec. and person en;
1'id to'aistribution in said estate ate here
Sy notified that their claims wad demandsi
tilW he barred at th expiration of two y9ard
Voin date unlese~'%xlC*ied to one o 'the
'."ersigned or to sa;'l attorney within that

0- JOTN L DUSKIN. Ezeetor,
, iELIZA ,TIi DUSKIN Px'j
Of te iast Wilt'and "fest amiet oj
'. eaitial Dskin dtceased'" '.
Newnanaville,Alachua.oOnLy, Flgrid*4._
April 23o. 184 .- -- . t..


BACON SILES AND SHOULtd
DERS.'-FL9tUK. COFFEE, TO(AC(O.
Just received aud f r sae 1
A AW. OLM7TEi
April 97, 1848. tf


NEW AND CHEAP MONTHLY PUBL,
CATIONS
-ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
To commence in October neat, and to e ish'
re, idarly thereafter on or about the fifteenth
ef every month.

GODE Y'
Kttr-L uLst NATION OF THE PWO MOST
TOPULA ft WORKS IN EUROPE,.
BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGA-
ZINE -
And Gazette of the Fashionable World.
ALSO ** *.
THE LONDON WORLD O.tFASIfH
ION,
And Continental Feuilletons.
e Price of which two WArke in ---
"tAs b republished by the subscriber their
will cost only $1 a year!

BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGA-
ZINE,
A"s GAZETTE OF THE 7AOHTOGrABtL
WORLD-
For Town and Country-Devoted to fellt
Letters, Mfusic, Fine Arts Fashions, 4. '
The well-known celebrity in Europe and
this' country, of Blackwood's Edinburg
Magazine, has induced the subscriber to
commence the republication of this fashion*
k able London Monthly.
It is a matter of surprise that the repubi.t
*cation of this work was not commenced
some years since. On looking over some of
the late numbers, we find them.-illed with
Stories, and Poetty, and NarratiAei, tie
most of which fall .but little behind thojo
published in the Edinburg Work and hany
surpass even the emanations from the Giant
intellects of the contributors to the great
Northern Magazine. The* best writers of
the day contribute to its pages.
It has now been published seventeen year
n London, and has a circulation exceeding
70,000 copies through England, Scotlan4,
Ireland, and the continent of Europe." It is
translated into several of the continental
languages-it being the only instance'of as
l'ngiish Magazine receiving that compli-
nment
The publication will commence in Octo
ber next and will be continued monthly.
'he publication price of the above work
in London, is $6.

THE LONDON WORLD)OP FAS-lIONS









0 CALA AK iG U


- 4ELLINGG OFF
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A


The subscribe offers hlls pre-

sent stock oft oods at Ocala

and Honmassasn or sale at red Vc-

ed prices. 1 persons wishing

to buy tor cas may find it for

their interest to- all, Tlhe goAds


will be retailed aI v pric s, un-

less a urchaser an be found for

the whole stock. Anyperson wish-

ing to enggage in this business at

either place can purchase the

stock on reason be terms.

Also ateam of four mules and


-a road wagon. Some few per-

.sons are indebted in small sums

Sand &ai requested to settle the

Same without further notice.


W. S. OLMSTED.


May 184.


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TI RUIFY THE BLOOD.

MOFFAT'S

VEGET AB LELIFE PILL I


AND


The high and envied celebrity which thbse pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for their 5
invariable efficacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure, has rendered the usual ,
practie f puffing not onl) unnaecessary but unworthy of them. They are known by
their fruits; their good works testify for them, and they thrive not by the faith of the
credulous. CASES :OF
SPtr V L A A 0 ir Nerous Deit 'tuy.


"as Asthms.
S Acut e and Chronic Rheumatiem.
Affectionu of the Bfadcer and
Kidal.S.
D BILIOUS FEVERS and
~^ LIVER COMPLAINTS.
S In the south ad west, where
these diseases prevail, they will
be found invaluable. Planters,
Farmers, and others, who once
l use these Medic;ine will never
afterwards be without them.
Bilious Cholic and eroins Loos-
ness.
Colds and Coughs
C' mCove.
CONSUMPTION. Used
-with the greatest succem In thi
disease.
Corrupt Humors.
"Dropee.. .
DYs8PEPSI o permsoa
*, with thi distr.uOing disease
;" skuld delay iasg these medi-
cines immediately.
options qf the his
.t .


V r V ;M4Kis... .
For this scoarge of the western
couont.y these medicines will be
Ifbo~md n afe, Weedy and certain
Sremedy. Other medicines leave
Sthe yitem subject to a return of
the disease-- cure by these medi-
cines is perunuent. Try them be
satisfied, in be cured.
Foulness of the Cumplexion.
GENERAL L DEBILIrF'Y.
Got.
Giddiness.

I -mn rd FALer. s
JP .am y watim'..
SImpusr B 4d.
Jadice. .

Leprosy.
L.oolstasI41-a.
ERlsCr itsFAItTL. DI S

E 8. NOW lsto eradicate en-
tireal l th effects of Merenry
lnnoittly ioer than the most
o iW.rr tiou of Sa"m-
iarilla.
I. 8gweati.


Nervous Complaints, qf A kifdu. r
Org-inic Jffections .
Palpitation of the Heart.
Painter's CAoCe.
PILES.- The originalproprie -
tor ofthese medicines was cured C
of piles of 86b.years stauding b -
the use of the Life Medictle
alone. r1
Pains in the head, side, back,
limbs, joints, and organs.
RHEUMATISM.--Thoseat t
licled witb-*t.rrtMil disease
wll be sure of relief by nt Life L i
Medicines.
RaA of Blood to fthe .e. -
9oaUReu 'e
D ionur, -,
SCROFULA on KIN 'S
EVIL, i. its worst form.
Ukcers qf WORMS, ofalll kids, are see- ,
tally expelled by thAe medi-
cines Pprents will do well to C
administer them whenever their
existence is suspected.-Relief
ill be certain.


'- --"- a .. a aas "r-


S.*: iAnd thus reztte aldIdeacae naw the system.
A i i. .,- l...g.. *a e eI F E P IL S P I H Nl BITTE RS beyei. the reach ofom-
'4 petition, in theestmationof ever patient. -g-
f7 5Preparedandsoldgwholesaand reby3 *W LLICAN MOrrAT. 35 C
r B re Gen4ey. coer e of e actare et, r it awk. wrpe and a eis. togther within a pamphlet, called
S" t'sGood Samaritan," fth containing tare ow ireetlo on which t a drawing of Brea way from Wa l C
'* < l bw 0Mbritay," conwainih g rt g t ry easily fed us. The irappern eard Saitm-te i
eas o'loi tt Ofied by wh ichfore t. - P ty. With white wr.pers can be assured that they wea
Stn earefl, and do not b ,is with yl wr appes; but II von do, be satisled that they cean i,
-'- pirsi 713. We 0 them. .

utam-. B. I April 27; 1884. V. 8. OiLMS TEL At* ..


ADMIT ENI ) M E TS TO TH ,
Constitution of tl
STATE OF FLORIDA.


Proposed and agreed to by the third Gene;
al assembly ; subject to the action of the
next General tAssembly.
AN ACT to atmed the 12th Clause of
the 5th Article of the Cotisti ution-of this
State, so that the Judges of the Cicuit
( courts shall hold their offices for a
ter'n of eight years, instead of during
good heitivior.
S ECTIION 1. Be enacted by the Set
k ate ndi House of R -presentatives cf
the State of Florida in General Assemblly
)convened, Tlhat the 12tli Clause of the 5th
Article of the Contitutioni oftlhis State lie
so tuinliIded as to reInd as follows, viz-
Tiatr a; tile expiration of the present terni
offfic- of tlhe Jl ..iges of the Circuit-
Courts, wihithe exception hereinalter
miiietiotined, the Jultioces of tile Supretne
-'-r'-t. '--'-"' -J1.Laes of the (Circuit
Courts, be electId for a term or eigrlg yn.ir.
and shall hold their offices for tthat terms,
1Itiless sooner removed under the provis
ions iadile in this Constitutlion, for the re-
tnvnal of .1hitl'es by address or impearie.,
meiit; and w ilful neglect ofluty, or. oilier
roasonatlle cause, which shall not Ie si
cietit ground for iirpi-achirilttt, thile iiv.
erlior shall i'-tive any o them on lf-1
adiir'ssoftwo-thirdsof lie General Am-
seinhlv, Pr',vide however, Thiai tlie caiMem
or clatses shall lie states at .length in such
address nild entered on lthe Journiils of the
ea hi iHouse. And itrovide, turtlier, Tlat
tile rause or causes shall he nIotiied to
I he Juilge so iit-nd to be removed, and
lie lt1li be admitted to iI hearing ill his
(ion defence, before any vote for sa!eh
rtnoval shall |pas: anp in such cases .te'
vote shall lie iaki'n y yeas and nays and
entered on tllhe Journals of the House re-


l ie:;tiwel. /
S E C '2. B-it further enacted, Tha<
Illte Jtlga's first appointed iu'l.jv
Ilhis aianledt llCoisliiion, shal ili e diviuldel
by lot into foutir classes. The .lirst chle
-hall hohI his or their office or offieiie for
llie term of two years, tha second for the
lerm of fltir years,, ihe third for th'e I e!ti
of six yeais, tie ftourtli for the lerini ot
eight years.
[Passe byi the .Senate ConstihtIionlal
muajoirity, Deemibver 2, 1847- Passed lhie
Hituse of Reprieenitilives, lby lhe Coistilui-
ional 2;.j3rily, Ja1i8iry 6, 1848.]
April 23, 1848. 6i


Willis J. Spann, M.
OCALA, E. F.
Offers his professional services in Marion,
Alachua, Benton. St. Johns and Levy
counties.
His office is on tieP corner if Prrfession-
al street and Merchants h ow. opposite the
Public Square. Immediate attention will
be paid to all orders and requisitions.
Ocala. July 3, 1847.


BOSTON & GUNBY

FACTORS AND GENERAL COM-
MISSION MERCHANTS COR-
NER OF BAY AND
JEFFERSON STS.
SAVANNAH,


Jo-HRoTON: JOHns H. GuoBT
Oclobvr 16, 1847.-1 year


wif iI Liip


N 1p U Iu ra .
All lipersons are herelby forwarned from
'a'lin, for a itlle of hialidl g'ilen bI mi Io
il'1rt Towers, mi d leniiilig l date I think
' F-briniiiv, 1844. the constiicriitiii for
Siln- lihavh;tt Ifailed S. ATKINSON.
O0ltowti, "F-ltrinary 5, 18i8.


3' )1V-A. P. Hawkins,
G H 0 ( C It Y U- N IV ES- I <
12 II (' II A NT AN 1) I AR -
F A ; K-M A ST E R.
PALATKA, EAT FLORIDA.


30 0ct 1 5 01 3 l irtrf rllyr r'rcn
at t 1I, (r f.U.. nls-.ErIdlg am-
lertcutlas, fiantibllUs, 4rc.
MAGISTRATES AND OTHFR BLANKS
M'RINTED WITII ACCURACY ANP


FLORID AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET.
THE regular Steam Packet Wat. GASTON
:tot Mendell, will arrive at Picolata every
.!day morning at A..: M. on each week,
d a.ill leave at 4 P. M. for Savannah via
-,ilarin. Jacksonville, St. Marys, and all
*imtiediate liidinrs, anrd arrive in Savannah
-it\ on Sunday morning. Passengers can
.ve a: 8I o'clock in th. evening in the dai
.ine of S!ea tiers
i lie (iat'on runs in connection with Mes-
. rs. -Wahburn & 'Wilder's irig Line of
*ckets to New York. of whichh one leaves
very Monday in.oliing
i he laiumn does not return to Black Creek
Agent, Palatka.
GEORGE HOLMES.
Agent. Jackminville
1). G. PRESCOTT,
Agent Black Creek.


November 3, 1846.


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HAARDVARK GROUuC hY.
AND ftOVisION STORE
AND'


THsEiubscribers, at the solicitation ,0
really inlds, have-established themselves
at PalUtka. for the purpose of doing a
general business adapted to the wants alil
con vel tce of
RIVII & COUNTRY POPULATION


OILS. .
Fall and winter strained, spoelm,refine(
,n unrefined whale, tannurs, tain, lii
ted, neatsfoot and olive. ./ J


MISCELLANEOUS.


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Rice, pot barley, oat meal, alum,,f
operas, pipe clay, Spanillh float iUdligof
bltie, London starch, wick, liquid blacki-i
,,int and quarts. paste in tini cases ",0


W'dask in return sufficient encourag- 1 m scrubbing brushes, cor, broom '-
tmrent cousiginments and business gen- and scrubbing brushe pipes, night ligh .
erallh upon w ich liberal advances *ill i door s, p.rruss.ini caps. Gunpowder, u
be ~dule. f n eork camplulir. eastile soap, elltin salts, gum
O- "u ,lies are direct from New York. flours ur,
war ainit-i, hi, ~r -i Vn-- i. p. ..rt 'iljl, flour s- i> r,
,R UCED PRICES, FOR CASH,O)R .coho.. .. -,
T'RA 1E. glass of ti sizes andl qtuilitire,
ha' t.,, --fts,4" dry and oicli rome gre-n
change Drafts, ., bought ocand re, paiitbruslis, all sizes, -.
l~./+"._n t m eI1Igs, itrina-, cloves plinit- '. :. li).ha-8
R. R. REED, & CO. essence of ros', peIermtii t, wintergreen, .
1 ._ -= .lemon, orange, and tl t-gatlot, ciIlnalli,)
"" ". fricti in matches, arltonate ammonia, lus- .
he following COmprpiT a Small tre, soda for washing. London mustard,
S orn / cayenne pepper, powdered nutmeg, do
,p p rop /or n of ) lther St oc.. cinnamon. Liquorice, glue, corks of all
SBEAUTIFUL AS'SORTMENT minds, sars:parilln, sponges, coarse and fine
Ah BEAUTIFi UL ASJlir.l clt'alk red andi while, paris while, slianislti '.
Of colored muslins, gi nghaims, French hriwn, venetian red, sand paper, p liiiciCe i
lnilist anid Almericlin prin-ts oftlie most Sonie. tar nildo rosin. japian.. ciol varil|-.
r4,eit style, and every vari-ty of quality. vernillhon, rotlleii tone, ivory black' gmi.J '
")Citls, cissii '-rea, gamiibro)on,, and iest- shellac, bright varnish, ipearlash, sale:ita!is,
ir ill gt(eat varii-ty, cot sis'tiiIg of Englil.i, s iperrttboa.e ol i-oda;, tartaric acid, gllii~' e
Preiwxh and A iterican ilbroaillo ihs ad mnimcohoy nilscotch snuiff, alcohol, 8'jxj ._
Ssimelres, Frencli and Entglish mnierino for liquorice bhll, iatli brick, powdered ginger -
drteaucoats aml palts. root, olive ol ill bottles and baskets, salt-
.EN+TLE.MEN'S FURNISHING DE- petre, nlatnegs.
V' PARTM ENT Together wth a great variety ->
lA full Assortment Of shelf adil fancy goods, stationery
Ofreaty inatle clothing ot lthe latest style t) ervy, wlooIware,, hardware, hats,. cas,
and of the best materials, such as. dress, lho'ts, shoes, nails, hihntes, &c.
*frwk tpni sack coais, j:ckvits, atis .id i A FULL ASSORTMENT
vests, linen rind coltoii slhirs, silk, lin kr com e ses of r t
1111 cottlo drawvrs. Cohtar, a atiful rery, omo e. n of grav. i,48
asortmelint of nerk stocks lies ;tt liahndh l ii l ionllOWa. Nov.- 4
kerchiefs ot almost every variety otf style EpRN A K LIN HOUSE. J
anl oqualitv. sysiisledersof all kinds, scirfk-. -' ---I... ..-- I
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linen cat li rick ha! idllalrrchi-fs.
Britannia, Tin, an,1 Wooden Ware.
Tea kei ltes, ciffl' andii ti-a polt, tii.s
all epitlons, lamp ffide.rs., p;tis, hlasins,
p.tils, lu -kets, fo lit. dustilig p;il s, lie;i-
stires, vwiash. ktles, funnels, stice boxes.
lampips, rrairs laiiterts, i iti ,i ring, '1,1t
hli-rs, drainer, ilippier-4, sliavii boxes,
large and smtiall w'o.l'tli tiilits, Iravs ilit
howls, willow wagions anil cranlle-, keelers
clothls antl lipils, ismats, hatindled hliskels.
hiiss and ilo!il wire si-ves, whips, broiouii,
wasIlIIoarls, chairs, athles ati,! stools, ani
watierIig pols-coni imiinig a very coni
plete assortment.
Hardware and Cordage.
Table and pocket knives of almost ev-
ery variety of pattern, hiimcher, shoe anl.
oyster knives, steel razor!, scissorj, tea
anlI able sploons, shovel and tongs, lrasm.
indirons, hills antil sirews, brass, copp'"r,
anl clout unils, tacks and Iirals, riaps andi
files in great variety. Carpeter's .tools,
door tritamitiis and locks, pail and cliesi
locks, cupboard aind trunk locks, axes, sho-
vels alnd spades, lar-e au d small liovs-
hook- and iig's, ,log collars andil mains,
salad irons, cofl'i-.: mills, iron anil steel squal
re,. irasw cauidlesticks, bridil lhits, bnrkics
anil tirrups. |ir'lceilsiin c; hA. splitliilg
,iw l t, ,, living qiltires. s; okeslia've-
rules, niltlshot, nolis, brass blitions, dltiw-
ing knives, tiiincrs. hiose curils aind curry
i, a gen rial i assorimunit of brushes,
eP lhsWo, bedl cords, tarrel and liempi rope,
"pill and iet l twie, sail ne ll, clothes
ite, sh lin-s and holoks.
S Drlgs and Medicines.
gooa uss,,irinent of drugs and medi-
is, iao tl.mig' of a greal variety of ar--
cleos ht the liEle.
GROCERIES.


wiiI, oldl do.. T hnn kay, Goin
imperial;, 1 hlii, r uchoii


SUGARS, &c.


iR:fined loaf, rrinlied, tdo., MttscInvdo,
1urigsit) litlUoiice |liupste, rock candy, West
idia tmolas-es, tavitni ii hoey.
'OFFU;E,&c.
SJaVa greet, ldo., griuul, niocha, choco-
tlie nd prepared ccon.
us CANDLES.
Co1mmoni s) erpn, tallo iv. and wick.
S SOAP.
Shavinig, white scented, variegated do.,
%)d bivwu.


TOBACCO.
.Plug, 1 stand 1i8- ivendisih, lsdies' twist
-laper tolihaec, iiitueab'ty soiiff, scotcli do.
rilliu, priiicilpe, i llynii, hi noii iii, andd
,othin braids, and I'*oniiiloli segars.

He 'll'i iuArdi ti.lhnuon miackeril ani
rod. ,
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.,
u'indy, Ouarit, lt oity andi Co.kdo.,
Brih'faux,Jaumar'iaspirii-. oild Riaioni "
* t to 4 prooi, Hollandui and i -
.J iskey, Scoicliec, do, a fi
leii'a wine, HHowartd -It
se-iles and Malagt
Gord on anid
bock, .ir"


A N0. 105 C H ENUI'U t. St.
.!Ii.. EKRTIV KEN TItItitD & F0UnTi Y. LBtfr
PHILADELPHITA-
This popular and central Hotlel established
by th -i. i.Ars. Sanders, n, having r pas-rd
ino t ;e hand ofthe ,snhdcriber, lie desirstla
inform his. friends"and the public, that- it is
now ipen for the rceplt.ion of guests
T.i ihose who i, have visited thIP -Pit A 'K-
~~j ~ .'W L .~UitI'i~ f I* db-


sto ping place are well known to i lh"s
have n-it. it will lie -rnl' n'cee ar- i r
Ahai it in ii i.-lt in 'ili -' liti |i, irt p art illA
l.is fi h. *!.i ie lre t in the il vi C11 ilNv of I hI lIt -eic ir ..C 0 .,a (>tilCel .
C -1111.- i i' ,e |'lnce l' 4i JIm t
Ste- t'ii nai I.Lanilni s,. Rail It-.id
Pul.lie S.j-iareA, (.Courtil HlIoi -% c .
Since the of proprietors, a large a.9i1nr
monev has been expended in erBlar in
refitting refurnishing and.paiii-i'iu A
numeronl niprovements, an;y be laij
improved Enterances, a new Ltlit e:
aryv. a new Gentlemann, Dining .iig
Parlmrs, new Chambers, : ill
and new Bar Room. at le s 7 tuny m
minor iiii|rni sem l l f t -
The piri.tipal features t f rslt-M te
"The Table and Wine Cilet,"
uiider the lia im* of '
Mr J. Wi. BANIEhkON.
one of th lifermet pr6nprietors, wiho. alim Sl E
to excel a- a Caleter is we1 l~awn."'/
%widely celebrated Cook "l'elle,'er,
experienced assistants, will continue t-,,B
his right -hand man
T'he office and books wil be under bhe
charge ot. .
Mr GEORGE P. BURNHOAM.
late the nble Editor ofthe"iDaily O thio B-
ion, of Cincinnatii, -and more rec
Boston. In short, great exertions hi.ve
beenmade, and hereatter will not, be spa A Ied
to render "'-The Franklin" one ofthu v ry +
first ri-els for comfort, -convenience, nd
good livinir D K. MINOR.


T~IE IJOWAR I) HOUSE.


TH.TE HOWARD HOUSE.l
rlI I IS well known and favorite esta lh
mentl,on the cr. of Broadway tnad ,w
ard street, the public are res$.yaxf'y 1Ti
ed, has been laith enlarged end improved
and fitted up in elegant and superior style as
a Restaurant. The proprietors have con-
veniently located their spacious Saloon ,oas.
the liristilor. aind have spared neither painn
')rxpense in combining comfort wilh lux.
nrv, and providing such accommodations for
thei-ir numerous visitors as ihev trust will
mneet'witn their nost cordial approbation
Th'le stock of t.he bars is of the most choice
and superior kiod. having been selected froin,
thie best and ihost- approved brands .
2reat care and attention. Some of the i-
and cigars possess the merit of rge, ha i
been in the tiouse for upwards of lifit
yea4s. All the various delicacieskofih- the-
son: and every thinr that the mar et aff.r
auidwf the very best, will ahvaysi be f,.u
in their Larder, and several up n a syI
lial cannot fail t,. please a most fuatidio
laste, besides which, dtoners, suppers ian
private rooms furnished at any time and at
the shortest notice 9lso, large and com-
mdio.is room on the s, cond floor, with a
convenient an> sjLac ious entrance in Brid-.
way, to let by tho jo week
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S nSHMENTI PICKLES, SAUCES, &c.
Assorted in half gallon jars, do in bottle
W OLISALE AND RE l'nprs, olives mushroom catsups, tomato
H OLo, fish sauce, assorted kinds, pepper sauce,
*TAIL D rY-GOOnIO DRUG Stoughtoti's hitters, lemon syrup, sugar of
TAIL DAY-GO nos lime jujce, West India reserves,


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