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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: June 8, 1848
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Aug. 1847.
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JUDGE FROM OUR ACTS-


COUNTRY'S. GOD'S AND TRUTH'S.


"3Y GEO M.cROUARD, JR. OCALA, E. F., THURnsbAV;lUNE 8, 1848.


-1I O AI.A '~ a kt.k- 'i-OU iR i OF JL'LY CE-
Is puilished every Thursday, at Peala LEBRA ONAT OCALA.
East Florida, by L
GEO. M. GROUARD, Ja.'
4A a meeting of many of the
at twn dollars year, in advance, or fie t a meting of many of the
d,.li'' at the endofthe year. citizens of Ocala and the ,ad-
Ahvertl-i-'i term --One squa e, twelr'e
jl eA .1 4.1 1u.1'r, for he first ins ertion :- 'ne ,. .-
d lla'. al sunbeqiinerti,,n,75 ents. joining neighborhood, for the
*T" v dn"rl ad erikeis- a liberal discour.t will takin it o,
be D del purpose of taking into consid-
A< iertisements net marked with the
n-im -er of insertions required, will be con- elation the means of celebrat-
tinni I until forlAd and charged far.
,- Five datllrs will be charged for all ing the approaching Fourth of
annt in"'enents of candidates for office .
One quare for six months $1 .00 Jly, ,Gen. JOHN SCOTT
Noti< 4 to debtors and creditors -
Publiation forletters of administration 5 was called to the chair, and
T10 All admissable personal communica
tigns will he charged as advertisements. M C. GAINES was ap-
* 0 All bills for.Job Printing, must be Mr. L. AINS ws ap-
paid on the delivery of the work. in d S
* .( All communications most be addree- pOl"ite Secret:.ry.
ed postage paid. -C (, "f; ) t A .n n t,..
O ~ tI111lJi fJ C Wl)L Td~


WVefind the subijoned point-
ed paragraph in the Sent'inel,
and like it so well that we
sl:iall keep it's standing 'mit-
r, for fear our consistent
democrats should- forget thec
tr er course of i 'eir candi-
(late for Coret A .
- Fromz ;he Tallnha'-see &S,1:;e!..
Ex-G v. DioVAL AT MONTIC- L-


*-_ri.ls-and varlous other ren-
s .ons i re assigned by his friendrz
' fr.wvat was admitted on all
Smi' .Ial to0 have been an ineffec-
,; ive' (Il'it. Circiumstariees
,' ere a little awkwivard. The
'ist vtime, (probably) th,,t Ex-.
.t'GoV. 0. was upon the stumpi,
1''' Jefei's'on CoI lnntv, lh ,. ?O(l
+' as the candid;-tt of the 'i, hige
Sf*t he .T'erritorial Senate. N9
'mnn shouted more lustily for
' .!. Tippecanoe and Tyler too-or
-' dlen lltnteed mire unsparingly
'" e principles and measures of
"- -Locofoc-oisEm. The Ex-G.iv-
-: 'ernor:elidiently felt the neces-
sitv of some explanation, and
vv e lhi', 'pleaded that the
cnlrtirs-e f Van Bure.u in ,the
F Florida war, had driven him
ov,,r to Harrison His patri-
.otism wouldd not stand the fla-
.grant.neglect of the interest of
Style Terr.tory by the Adminis-
S ration. Ex Gov Duval in
1840 wais a U. S. Brk -n a-i ,
:)ltd denounced the Subtrea-
\.try. .Holding up a printed
T'i' simile of a Treasury Note
S-he pointed, significantly to the
figuire 61 Mercury ':the god of
thi0ibs as properly emblernlat*
YCal of the .ubtreasury project
no10 a spbtreasury man
'his zeal for Tip
ilMl be uliscon,-
,dgod himself in
#ribout 500 peno-
*t.incoftfice fOiln
A A fiogi-but.sorme
i i i t -G-ov.Duval set-
o iti U., lt, '

~ 9 Can exl
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Vill m o01 no l 0 l I apl l vater.lli
man, a coJ1immlittee of three
was appointed to select an
orator,'who retired, and select-
ed Col. C. A. MirctM., which
s.lectioir was unanim'ouslv
concurred in. Col. Mitchel
aIccepted the invitation in, a
few beautiful and appropriate


ref Icl I r1 ks.
x. it ion,
urtift 4'*^l''''


a comlmitlee of


lltnientsii was appointed
'j4slljng of :D.ict. Sipann,
J. PI0nce, N. M. Bradley, I.
-i. Hardin, and L. C. Gaioes.
On motion, a comnmtttee of
three was appointed to select
a reader, who reported that


!* c'oator be reeqlested to se-
ect .I, reader.

On motion of M:.j. H. WVv
[ilon, the proceedings were
ordcrea to be published, and
an invitation extended to the
citizens of Marion county.
JOH'N SCOTT. Chlairmian.
L. C. GAINES, Secretary. -

y Thee most extensive manuul strutc-
lire is undlotbiedly the great Chinese wall-
It is24 feet.high,:and 10 feet wilde, n)l
reaches to the ,ex-tent of from 2,000 to
2,400 miles, over mountains, precilipces,
and rivers, Ulfrtp the sea on one side, anmi
the .jntccessible mountains of Thibet ont
she oilier. The Chinese iruly call it one
or the oifptes of their -world--as the
nlon. s iited i its constructiono, if placed
side i!y side, wvtilt uffilce to encompass
thlma hsile cireninlmerenru of the globe'
The entire hiiso4ry of this construction is
wrapt in siniln'obscurity with that of the
1 r a ilhls luf Egypt.
"'BUND TO COME OEi.-A sable knight
ofI.t-e-lather and brush was Iperforming
the op-eraIon of shaving a hoosier with a
ver.j,dull razor. '
Stop, s'uiI the hoosier, that won't do.
What 4e .matter, boss P
The raor ps ili.'. '. -
Well, nO mitta, for daty,k:8h. iAf:ild
Handle ob de razor dont'rbreakkdI beard'
-bound to come off. ,-
SUsNqv e..-t e .find ,in a Philadelphin
hiinepr ht following unique laragriph- ,-,
.Mrs. A- sayingg been safely delivered 6j
her ninei.seitI child, ashi with her huts
bamin,.wuuld return liearty and ivfeigned
thank. t -Almighty. God for his great fa-
vor and firumbly ask fi a,puontinuance o'
h's'bletoin^g." : "--.*.. *; :;


VOL.1-NO 6 50


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DEVOTED TO JUSTICE.


THE ENDS WE AIM AT ARE, OUR
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-HI)LrC11N <->FTlE T ES. IONS(-117 TE LIST OF LETTERS
ON THET E. Remaining in the Post Oice at Ocala
Th P A. M itchel. Florida, on the 31st of MIarqc, 1848,
The Patent Office .report which if not taken out in three months
SCOUNSELLOR AT LAW, will tie sent to the dead letter office in
furnishes the following infor- Practisesin the Courts of Law and Washi.ngton, D.C.
n Equity in all the counties of the Eastern -
nation :. Circuit, andi in the counties of lentont and A Harris J M 9 '
Wheat, oats. rye, corn, potatoes, are Hillisborough in the Southern Circuit of Ashurst Josiah Holly MissS
raised in ever State alnd Territory if) the Floiida. Allen Win. N
raise in every,State ad Territory t Ocala, Marion County, Flo. March 26th B McAteer WWm
Union. Burleson 'Moock B W
Barley is raised in all except Louitiann. ljti1iis 3 91ann D Barrington OL Meyer B F
Buckwheat is raised in all except Louis- a Beal Henry McNeill Neils }
OCALA, E. F. IBayles Edward -N
ania naod lorn.. '- Offers his professional services in Marion, Bleach Willis Nixon B J -2
New England, New York, New York, Alachua, Benton, St. Johns and Levy Bullock Menerva A. *P
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio counties. C "'Pearson h W
find Wisconsin do iot-araise rice. o Cochrane G L Pright Anna
and ~Wiconsin tdi no raise rice. IHis office is on the corner of Profession- Cross Frank Pright AnS.
Every State and Territory except Iowa -al street and Merchants Row., opposite the oabin H B Smith Jamap
oesraise silk. Public Square. Immediate attention will ClerkCrctourtStone George
Every State except Delaware makes paid to all orders and rliequisitions. ton Jonathan Stanaland S
Ever. Ocala, July 3, 1847. Cochran Miss E Stevens Winstan
stga r. F T
New York rises thie most barley, and BOSTOeN & GU241MBY Frnnmn WV D -2Tyner Mrs S
ipatafoes arid hay. Foin Thomas TynerJackson
Ohio raise, the inmot wheat. FACTORS AND GENERAL COM- Fletcher George TynerJ G ,
Pennsylvania raises the most rye and MISSION MERCHANTS COR- akis Jhn Wecivin A
thie most buckwheat. NER OF BAY AND Ilunilphries D J -3
retiinesse rises tie imos.t corn. JEFFERSON STS. WM. ROBERTS, Postmaster.
Virginia raises ttie imo-t flax and hemp. SAVANNAH, April 1, 1848.
K'ntnvkly raiseti i e iost tolfacco. JouINBOSrON : Jons I. GUNBY
Georgia raises the imost cotton October 16, 1847.-1 year NO riE.
South Carolina raises ihe most rice
A LL PERSONS having demands against
JAMES T. MAGBEE, the estate of Michael Duskin deceased late
With women I do not hesitate to ol Alachuacounty Florida,are hereby called
affirm, tlhat intellect, strong wiit, and e- ATTORNEY AT LAW. upon to present them without delay to the
Se!.t it o a' t- i in e i rcat undersigned in said county, or to James A.
traord inary powers ofporspio.netyanld fit- Will practise in the Superior and Circn, Peden, their attorney at Newnawnville .in
n!ss ari' nf li ) iarlieuiir age. Wiilch nn Courts of he State. said county. All creditors ai-d lhgalees.of
ierl girl i from hilsaid Mitchae' Duskin eec. and person 'a-
in elligent girl ai, shell p -s from chil- TPA Ith.r.*aa8ou co.uNT, FA titled to distribution in said estate age her*-
hood into ilouth, adl iny argument will by notified that their claims and demands
he at once lor-ne out. I ain hazarding no A 1 will he barred at thi expiration of two year
rash oinitn. Tl e n. ser tio h is afoudedn l- I. oley, from date unleess exhibi ed to one of the
rash opinion. rie assertion is fouled ..undersigned or tosaid attorney within that
;.Bpon. extenSve cXperieie. Generally WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER lme. ,
spenkling, the yvuith at sixteeinisstilla boy. SIN TE N JOHN L. USKN.'Exeutor.
Ei e n 11orCOMMISSION RECEIVING ANDJO H L.E! USI.lt _.
absorbed by his lexicon, his boat and his ELIZABiT!H DUSKIN ExAx
Iony. Butthegirl who at sixtee is no FORWARDING MERCHANT Ofthlast Wiland Testament oj
pony. Bit tie girl who at sixteen is not otanorso E S T D orchtal sn tlee ,. '
alike a woiana ii intellect and heart, hids PALATNA, eAST FLORIDA N s Alachua county, F lorida.
fair to diee chill or a simpleton at the end April 23o, 1848. 8w
of a long life.-Miss Parloe. James TW Bryant,
ATTORNEY AND COUN. Daniel J. Thomas )
A TERIBLE TbME:--Wall, there'sa row S E L LOR AT A WV. vs Attachment $20 12
over aor house. .fACKSONVILLE DUVAL COUNTY, James Goff.
ovr at our house. L' F, HK defendant and all others interest-
i, l nl ardih's the natter, yotu little EAIS FLORIDA. ed are hereby notified of the com-
mencement of this suit, returnable tojustioea
'? 't Court to be held at Ocala on the first Satur-
Why Di:'s ,hl unk. mother's dead, the,' oshua P. Haw kings, day inJune next, and to appear and plead
old cow has tot a calf, Sall's got married G R 0 C E R Y 1 C C0 S1 i 0 Given under my hand and seal th a 4th
I ME IC HA NT AND WV HAR. April. 1848 I. H RDIN.
'iind rn ;i\ay wit h the spoons. Pete has F A (G E M A S T 'R J- tice of the Peace
swaitiw'ld pi nii, and Jim[ has looked at I'ALATKA, EAST FLORIDA. .-------
tlie Airorar( (ornix liil lie's got the deliriumn SUGAR ESTATE EAST FLO.-
.....1. A C R A NTE RIDA.FORSALE, ......
triangles That nin't all neither. .. A C R A N E known higy valuable Sugar
What next. WIlHO-I.lSALE GROCER. Estate situated on tle Tonaca and Haul.
over rivers,, in East Flrida, knonn as
Rose spilt the ithatter box, anlid broke the SAVANNAH GEORGIA. "Oak FAre'!' nearlhie sea shore coolaining
panilim.s, and one of thi nialtse kittens about two thousand acre, mhare or less with
has her d the molasses cup, and GO EYS LADY'S BOOK tre S.gar Works and .other improvements
tins --t li.-r end il the molasses cup, and thereon. Termseasy. Apply to
AND FAMILY MAGAZINE. TUCKER&CRAPO
i how liihungry I am. Tr HE ohlest Miigaziine in the Unitedu une'?3-law2m 44 Wall stnet
"-- SJatnies, lonltaitus monthly sixly 'lg'es
Archliisrolt Leighton -Aw- s wont to of r'ieadinig inatter, .lly lle fist w', iers in NOTICE '
say, I prefer an erroneous ihoitnest in:i be- tlhe comtiry,-wIel'e Imire lthani tiie Newv IX WIEKS afterdatea, we will apply to
fore thie most orthodox knave ini the world York tl' ii'Ts. 'Iwo' splendidly steel en- the honorable Judge of Probates of~,-
ivim, t: iitlliuh'ni al!e aillieni ta invasion lachua county, for letters of administration
The "'enh n |i!;ite coried, iulfl elttag,'s sid. hnirch on the estate'of John DoughertyJlate of said
Y The French miin is low coining es,, crotch.t viiiorik, ind oiher matters fill county dec.
5 trane pieices in tii nmne of the French iln- ,loalis, nil illust-rated and well ex- G. & J. IIELVENSTON.
Reptiblic. The device oil tIhe edge will plaiiied, &e. Wacahoota March 26th 1848. 6w '
', .i.u protege ia Fratee. od i 'tPric. iir i ni v.ynr, whieh"i inchinles
,iu protege la France.- God protect i Lady's Dollar Newspaper,..
SFrnice. miikilig three publications in one STATE OF FLORIDA.'
miili $3 ('0
7- Woman, it is said, lave more "l'wo ui'.ljis without ige newspaper 5 00 EASTERIN ,IRlilT, CIRCUIT COURT:
strength in their looks, thfiln we iave in .Flive copies with one to the person MARION CouNTY. ,
our laws, andn more power in their teare sending the lu hili 10 00
Than we have in our arguments. Eight copies 15 00 Joshua Mc(ahagin J Attachiment on two
Twelve copies 20 00 vs. I otli at Ocal.. ,
The President says. that-bwill not A speriumvn tof either the Lady's Iook George D.Fither. *- ."
etEnghlautake caat, lr, Cllhun or the Lnmdy's Dollar Newspaper sent to 'Thie nhove named defendant aid e
Set.ngidt. any lprsol n paylg ,poslmage on tihe request otwl-r persos otherwise ihtee 1edl arp
says sie never intended to do it. Wliat Address L. A.'GODEY, hereby required to. L appear aIl plead to
Southerner can doubt Mr. Calhoun's word Jnim 29 No. 113 Chestnut St., Phlilai. il dutllarultiopI filed isi the above el.titled
Sou a point like this ;or a North man either? ttuse. C. A. M I CH EL, PIIl Att'y
'' ..-NOTfCiS February 19, d1848.-3;ios.
.7 'f-tie.right.-o suffrage hu. beeu ex- IX WEEKS after date, I will qpply to '
'tended to the negro race ill llinois. Skhe hlion orable Judge of Probottes of Ma ADMINISTRATOR'8. NOTICEB
ri,,n county tor letters of administration on 4 .E tlSO"S indebted. to the psladse uf
Sihilip Sydneat he estate of Edw.ird Norton late ofsaid A A. J. Lyon,ofMarion countydeceased
SSirhilip Syie says:- at is county, d ic. are requested to make immediate payment
r mine, even tomiy life, i other's. 1 love; but LADNEY NEALE, Am'r the ndersifgned, and thame having clalvis
Sthe secret of my friend i not inin. March26 1848 6w against the said estate, are reqpitale to Ma-q
BACON SIDES A NO SHOUL- soui thieanwithin the timeprecribed by la
S A cONSOLATIOs.--A I ofours who. I)ERS.-~PFLOtRt. OOFFEE,TOBACCO or th notce will be plead in be o(
is afflicted with temporary ditincs, con Just received aud for sale by MTED .. -A.cDAVD.
o ",. W. s. LtehaSTED. *May. 1 184, DA "
soles hinmselftby the belief that nothingi is -t.I. *. c. .i..a.TI.I"


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OCA A. A RGUS.


OCALA- ARGUS.


OCALA, E. F., JUNE 8, '1848


WHJi G' NOMINATIONS.

FOR GOVERNOR.
GEIN'L T'HOMAS BROWN.,

on R REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS
... E C. CABELL.

FOR ELECTORS.
GEN'L JACKSON MORTON,
of. West Florida.


-Col. SAMUEL SPENCER,
of Middle Florida.

Col'. JOH N, "MclNTOSH,
of East Florida.


SGl.orious times in Phila-
delphin yesterday y ; the meet-
1 ilg;of the Great Whig Con-
vention in Old Iudfpendence
fall. Good deeds are being
-enacted there, which will find
a response in the breast of ev-
cry true lover of his country
throughout the Union. The,
demonstration and action at
Philadelphia, wilt be the pre-
cursor to no inore wars ; to no
More opposition to internal
improvements ; no more Ex-
ecutive usurpation; no tvran-
ny in the exercise of the'veto
power. But, we shall have
calm and soothing peace ; riv-

ers will be opened, roads con-
structed, the Government ad-
ministered according to the ,
Constitution. All confidebice.
Business and activity ivill re-.
new itsAef. No favored, syco- t
phantic few will reap the poor l
man's harvest. No violation '2
of the law and of office ; no- t
thing to make an American
citizen feel jealous of his iib- s
erties. All these will be pled- t
ged and maintained by the W
Whigs at Philadelphia. God i
be with them in their noble
work! Let the prayers and
cheering wishes of all good t

and true men abide with them. i
Prosper, say we, the proceed-
ings of our countrymen who
assemble this day in the house j
whose sacred walls reverbera- s
ted the patriotic theme of the a
immortal Declaration of In- a
dependence!

The latest intelligence
from Europe commands interest. o
France is gelling along hravely ; it op.
pears ihat ilere is some likelihood of war
"PIlween her and Au iliia. s
Rll'min i'organizing her military force.
Hiaw r.ci.iaess the Pone hns fled to parts o
* unknown. We hole ie has left the Big a
Key in some good J'rot tant's hands. s

-THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION. tl

. LEWIS CASS far president.
W. 9. BOTrL1. V P.
pESS is doing ing
CONGRESS is doing DOthiag h
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Why Dad's (drtnk, another's dead, the
Id cow has gor a calf, Sail's got married
iud run away with the spoons. Pete hasi
wallowed a ipin, and Jim has looked at
1h Aturorar lorax till lie's got the deliriimti
inngles. That ain't all nuther.
What next.
Rose stil the hatterbox, and broke the
amnakes, and ,md of th-tqaltese- kittens
as got her hladd in the inolasses cup, and
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The Democratic meeting
held at Ocala, last Saturday

was well attended. Of the

numbers :present, two thirds

were Whigs, wh(i' business
had brought to the county-

site, and who availed them-

selves of an invitation to attend
its proceedings. 'We were not
present during the whole of
the sitting, and carinot give an
accurate account of the do-
ings, &c., although we endea-
vored to procure a copy fort
public.atioil, or otherwise. Jo-
S'AH PAINF,, Esq., was nomi.-
tated as the candidate for the
I.egi-il :t>re, whovwas present,
nnd made some suitable re-
marks iii accepting the t:omi-l
Tiation.
From the previous conniv-
iings o; our Democratic friends
we were led to expect that a
thunder clap would burst upon
us in the shape of that ster-
ling, whole-souled, Demonrat.
ic, Northern, Southerp, burn-
ing patriot, the HIon. G. R.
Fairbanks.-But as George
didn't come, we received a de-
lightful relish in the glorious
consistency of the immaculate
Democracy. Of this double '
somerset we shall speak here- i
after. Suffice it to say at r
present, that the tumbler being .
over active, although carrying t
weight, came down with a '
SQ UASH! which made s
friend PAINE. feel pniftinuly. t
and nearly shook the gizzards
out of every phial in the Doc- i,
tor's laboratory. The last we s
heard of the shake it was
closely pursuing a thunder a
storm towards I-lemington. e

y The inosm extensive manual strue- t-
lire is nidonhtedly the great Chinese.wall. (,
t is 24 feet higlh, an0d 10 fe't wiilP, ni ,
en'lies t" the extent of Ironm 2 000 to
2,400 miles, ov,'r moiiiiainis, precipices, ,I
iul rivers, lupl to the sea on o'i( sile, and it
hlie iinaecessible noontainmts of Tihet oin h
lie other. Ti' Cliimivse truly Pull it o0 e.
f lthe wa l lders of iheair worldl--iss li ti
tones i Isel i n its ecoistruti ion, if p!ira tl io
ide liv sile, %wutil d\lfSfflle to iincliillpass F
ha whole cireutifr-rn'ire of lihe globe. |i
riie ( ili, I' is'ory ti.is ('onslilrurtlt ai is ,,
rapt in sitrilalr olnscnrily with that of the
yramiids of Egypt.

07' Witih women I do not hesitate to
ffirn. that intellect, strong will, and ex- o
raordinary pnwerr (ofmperslpiiacity and fit- a
ess are ofno panirtutiar age. Watch an am
tcelligent girl a slihe passes from chiil- 1t
nod into 3outh, and iny argmnlent will I ar
e at once hiorne out. I am nlihzardiiig no lth
iash opinion. The assertion is f6it4 led ti
pen extensive experience. Generally ai
)peaking, the yvo th ar sixteen isslill a loy. thi
Imsorlbe! by lhis lexicon, his lioat and his G
ony. But the girl who at sixteen is not tIh
like a woman in intellect and heart, hiiis ri
air to (liee ehid or a simpleion at ilieenif ar
fa long life.-Miss Pardi)e. In
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pectatioi.s of all Bro'k's friends. Ned Ahet
'itn bly a crar heiad nand ne'k. The Jock.
,y ('liai h1 viin'a hIlo ever the advih taage iti
hlie Judges, fiitlly awnrdled the prize to
Braock. .IL the- fall of '46 the saite prize
to liermtn for, Oithew ;asd
w i thi Iteriortliilan irv e of Ne, encee nvd hlii
for the seionid i to. 'the D)m nocrialic
J co y lihl, after Iatuire dheiherntioni, dz--
cidled, although r<]i"annly,Ithat N 'd lihad
proved himselfnai laettr,e iaevr thalni rok,
air! tlo avoid anolir defeat it tas advis;.-
h1' lt ili'lke a new cntriy. Accordinli yv if-
i'r va1riiious opinions, ie club! entered ai
anri- illd Inliried racerr enalteld s inl aster.
The 'ilrie's b eimg fairly I;imade,i the tw
i'halinions lirongh' to the pllost, away thicy
levw liulder .1 tight rein. For awnv[ii the
contest looked somewhat dobimfih. butll it
Was soon discovered f-e iiat Shlinplinster was
a short ditistace ri'cel-, iad nt ind uleo i fir
Ned, who won 'the race biy a ih-,,-r Irgi.i.
Williont any squiintalbling, tli Nel to 'l ar of ihe nlairinrt, lthy ;indiing
liatt 'alt j ilging hanl 'rendered thlemiu 'itn-

for utie coming contest, mttake same i s
alove, the citizens having full confidence
n Ned, al eredm hhn fior Itie third race.
ndo'ed his Iackiers are of opinion that lie
s the Iest racer that ever ran on lie Flo-
lida Union course. They even think hiri
11ie, to llmw ,iirt iin King David',s sv.ye.
rho D nitocritie J nokey (-ilti )ai;'e entredl
hat long tried old rftrer Mieo. lie iha4
'ltni on ithi turt' Ilon;,; has rill, many
arnd races, tlihouli the most oflthein of the.
ieru) order. Hie was first brought sun the
rf iin Kentitucky, ueter a'very inijudiicios
trainer John Pope. His success over that
ollusewns of short duration-tithe track
being entirely composed of clay, it very
oon broke him down. Hle to this day, at
nhe ieitiolli of nClay teeotnle iifuaritiled,
mnl kicks every thing near hii. Is just as
pt to knock down, his Keeper as anybody
Ise. The fri-nids ol Ned think the con-
'st as good as decilded, for Ned hiids fiir
ounake a much better race than ever bie-
ore. Old lMieo,on the contrary; in some
f his sernl, ia ls lie has acquired ihni ituly
etestable habnit'of holtini, or flying the
nack, which lie will do again if the course
eeollies v. t'y heavy. IHe is also known
i atn nilt ged racer, and ofconise will live
* niry extra weights, (1Union bank rind
Faitll Bonds,) which will be inore de.true-
iue to himn than the clay of Kentuicy--
ihms this race will end in at sez !

COOPER'S EXPERIENCE.-
Cowper, thlie poet, spkig of It hi- re li i
Mtl ,xperience,says: "But the Inippy peri-
id which was to-shake ofi mty feticrs
inl iffird me a clear opeiling of thle free
aer.y of Godl in Christ Jesus, was now
rrived. I flung iysell into a chair neatrI
iae indl9w and semnga Bible there, ven-i
rell onee more to apply io it for comfort
il iisitriction. The first verse I saw \itas
e 25th ofithe iliird of llotn:ans: "Whlionu
nod lathi set 'forth to be a pirnopitiaion
roungli fitilh in Iis bhlondi, In declare hIis
~glteai-o -iess L r tI)r e remission of' sinr tialn
ri paiat, tihroigh lite furiearaiir tlnc oflG )Id."
unilei iliaely I recieved Sirength tIo ellive,
il tire full lib rinsofilie Soli of RighlteOls-
esi shone upon me. I saw the suffici-
iiy ofl th atonement lie hadi inside, imy
irdon sealed in his blood ind alll the fill-
ess atlnd coiipleieness of his justification.
ia nmomient I believed and recieved the
,pe'el." t
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0"' The French mrint is now coining
fraud a peices in the name of lie French
eptihlic. Tlhe device on the edge will
, Dieui protege it France, God protect
anmice.

* Archbishop Leighton wns wont to
y, I prefer an erroneous honest manl be-
re the most orthodox knave in the world it


11r the Ocala Argus: WHIG MEETING IN -Dt'-
._VAL COUNTY.
GREAT POLITICAL 'WEEPSTAKE
Thery will be run over the FRridla Pursonnt to 'previous notice, a ineeting
union O',ur-s. on the Is. Monday in Oc- of the Whigs orDuval county was lihId at
toher n rxt a sweepstake-the prize fame, the Court House in Jacksonville on the
and a se't in Congress. The entries are evening of Monday, the 23!1.i
Ned :,..l Ohli Mico. Ned is a fine looking The meeting being called to olrdr iy
thorotig bred from the Old Domninion, Mr. BRYANT, on motion ofCol. I.D. ItHART
ahd bids. Ihir to make ii No.1l ra'rer; he K. B. GIBBS, Esq., assumed the Chair,
has wonitwo sweepstakes on fornier occ'a- and C. W. DowNImb, Esq., was reimstefld
sinus. In thefall of rI45, lthe I)'Dmocratic to act as Secretary. 2;-
J.ockey Choi entered Jrock, an old, andl as The olbjrct of thie tnetiing having been
lihay thought, a very fine racer. Thle ci.i plainly and I aplroplri:aely expressed by the-
zmens e d Ne,i naihomigh lie was yotaug Chairmnnn, o0i notion a contmitteee of ten
and in trid-ie thet contest was a severe oil, /was ia)ointeld y the iieui'gyftlr the pliur
a wi ipping rac'e, but,. contrary to the ex- liase oif lrafing resolutions expressive of


the sense of lhe thee'ling. Said conrtii!itle,-
cnnsi iing of' Messrs. Pliniuner, Morganii,
J. W. Bryai, J. 1 .J Biwdeiin, BlitLch
Wheeler, Joi hi nitsarly, E A. D)e Co';"
iind P. Price. I
Ti" Coiiiiiltee hav in retired, i a shot
tirnt ri'iiurined aiild thruingh iheir' Ch'-ir-
intiiMr. iyanit, rportiled the i following
resuolutiolus, vwhii'hl wori renid, viz:
I RES )i.v;D),Thatin Execlutive arrogance
ailld uisrpiluion under lite present, itiddtnin-
istration of ilti Gentir-ilt 'IGoverniiintii, annd
ihe li '-vvy natliotial debt ili<'irir-led b irjl-
ilicions anild uirneoltsiilltionnil linpstisr's ail-
mioiii-uh its ima gt inail momentltolls itn-
tores's aire depleiilinig uipoln the coming
Presedelniln election.
2-. R soLV.E), Thill 'i ii thP apprntriaing
elediion lior Presidenti ;lll Vice Pr'sidmni
ot'lthe 'U. S.. lihe polii'-nal chaarl-ter of ilie
Sft"r ot Florar,idmjs tll!y involved. Th-tt
tiel Stie is called 1upon lo a) delire aiil fix
its policy in regard to the g reat pimulie
inf-aiuires whiichi nowv ngimyia leIMe e tiiry.
3. R{F.s6t.vrS "That ill rtg-rd to tiosie
public nmr.'surei-, we are \VWhigs, atui htlit
we ae persalile i idftl thu (r lilmert'-stis l thlii
State and oif our c'aliiiiinnoi 'ollitry will Ih
li-slt promiiotidt ly lhe aidvaiiceiieia l ta
\V iig rileirlpies ; ll.at ati'olig ilm1 e pnii-
ipiles, we r-cuogniize liil murr liimptrove-
ilents in lle rnrialls Stlites as within liae
i'nii~iliio:l poe\-r ofCtigri'ss ; thiul ino
right exisis ii Coiugress to levy uhittt o.l
niipor:is for thei; |irolemiiion of the tlhor or
enterplrize' of liue cliss or onrlioin ol llie
citizens of he.' linion, :ai ii.. expei.e fit
any other portion. FTlis if a 'Talift for
Revenue can he so asijist,-I nS in iffiral
protection without ilitriii ing this principle
it is politic aidl pIroplr ; ihat wpr i.s a na-
lionlal eainnmily, nandt as stli, aiways to lie
avoided wihen it cai lIe, eoisi-isten'ilv witli
ihe na'iolal welfare, anid ini ali righlit to
engage ill it is vestedsl not in the Pres!-
deni, Iliist sitely in Cout gri-ss.
4. RESOLVED, Tliat wo lianVe sitisrfie
lory evidlene in tire iarioius pilihlic costn-
mtnnientions made lby Getn. Za:cknry Tany
for that lie is ai Whig, and hiavinmg confi-
ilence 'tI his paitprity atld irinciplles will
give him ourcordiai support ait Clhief Ma-
gisitrate of tlie Union.
5. R soL.VED, That we havl tidtinlitnia-
islhed ronfideiice in the abilities of ile
Hin. E Iwvard C:rringtaoni Calell, ntil inl
hisi filelity so ite con ltiiilionul rights ina l
iiuteres's of tlhe Soitillierni Stuale., find we
do recoinmend him for rc-ele tion io saidl

i. RESOLVED, Th'it we have hieanrd with
litichi snaisfin'eioln of thell n"iiomiiiniliii of
a-nlieral T'riulin rtlown, ans ntmilicane for
Grvern-or, and heartily approve the sa:tlie.
7. RIsoLVED, Thiat in llthe riomiinaioi
of oir e-memediie citizen Johl II. MI'ilntosh
Iuy the WVhi priity of tlhie iieighborinig
co(tiiies us on oif the cOinalidatiis fAr- ithe
oi,'e t- it el'r-ntr of' Presitelit aind V. P. jof
life I'nitedI Snustesl. T'isey have ini anlitiii-
pitted thle wishes of the Whlii pinry in thi) s
cotilly. That we conculr ill thi, tauine; aiiil
iiti his personni political cliarineter no less
aliin Isis principles render hili in our eeti-
inalion invincible.
Saidl resolutions were lien ildoplied,
with the exception ofihie 5i," wlhichliwhns
inienled, by adding at fihe end thereof the
words Provided lie lie tiomhiiated by the
Whig convention at Philadaelphiia.
A committee of vigilancie was then ap-
poinitei, consisting of three from each pre-
'it ; also anl Executive coinniitee, consist-
ig of Doct. H. D Hollland, E. A. DeCoitl
andil C. V Downing, Esqe.
After several ilIs and eloqutnt addresses
ly Messrs. Bturritt, Mclntuosh, Bryant Eve-
elth and DeCous, tIle meeting adjourned i
K. B. GIBBS, Chairnrin.
C. W. DowNING, Secretaro. l
17 The right of suffrage has been e*- .
ended to the negro race in Illinois.


BOUND TO COME orF.-A sable knight
of the lathe'r and 'liin I was performingii
the ol)enition of shaving a hoosier with a
very dull razor.
Stop, said the hoosier, that wdn't do.
What de iatlier, boss ?
The razor pulls.
Well, no matta, fur dat, Bah. ). f de
handle ol Ide razor don't bieak, de beard'
ltonurltdo 'coihe off.

UNiquE.-We find in a Philadelphiii
paper the following unique paragraph-
Mrs. A. hIvinig hbeei) safely delivered of
ler iiineleenihi child, she, with helr hlis-
ihatd, woull return lhetirty aiild tin figiped
ilanils to Almighty God for his great fia-
vor, iidli himbly ask for a continuance of
li.'s blessings.

0* Woman, it is said, live more
strength iii tieir looik Ilnan \w .-4wiV. ill
otlr l;i1s1, 4 nlld ior'e power, in their te-ar
than we have in our arguments.

# The President says (lit'lie 'will not
et England take Yucaair. M"lCiihoitnl
says she never iiteniided to dlo it. What
Sautherner can doubt Mr. Calulion's iorn
on a point lie,tihis ; or a Nurthi an1 tihe ?


S C()IDEY'S LAI)VY'S BOOK
AND FAMILY MAGAZI. V.
rplHH ,.Mest Mui(;.. mAa H!e s nited
n lir.IPS, m>t. ls liims )i'lly sixty, ia ,,
,f' rimlaiig ini-lter, liy tlle first wri r.r ill
lth, coiiniy,-rv-elve mlitre itiIl tihe N
York umig;a;Zili r. Two sil, hlii.l hI'rl ell-.
griiiVt ., a iia Itldem isi1ile nalliiil-llit, flias ioti
Ila itn .lhred,, 1ioldel otianesill, a d l rrI er
es, criiche-l tvork. nmid oilw.r nl-titer1s in
lith l,:lie.-, all ll llstrated ainul elli ext
Ilh;ii el & (..
Ilrice far (oie year. whielh iniihides
the I,!dy's ,Dollar Newspaiper,
ma king three pitiblieatimis illn ne
inioilhi ; .. (-0
T'\Io copis Withoit the hni-i npnr 5 00
Fiv copit's wtlit on (eito toi tie lerifil
se-nilingit hi cin) 10 00
Elilht copisa 15 00
Twelve copies 20 00
A srseciiarn of either ilhe la.ndy's IHool
or the Lnay's n),llar Ncspii-r selit ii
itlnv perrsou paying posinge on ill- rtqisest
Ahdlres L. A. GODIEY.
.hl 2!4 N ,. 113 Cliestnut St., I'liiln.

NOTICE
ClX WEEKS'afier date. I will apply tp
thie lion onable Judge of Probates of M i
rim county Itr letters of administration nin
Ihe etaite of Edw rd Norton late
c(ai'l y, dec.
GLADNEY NEALE. Arn'r
March26 1848 Cw
NOTIttE.
All persons are erebliy flrwiarnid front
trading for a oile of hi1d given lhy lie to'- -
Robert Tower*, and liearii dale I think
in February, 1844, -ithe consiileration (i f
vhiKli hnivinig iilled. S. ATK'INSON. -
Oltltto.', 'olhriiary 5, 1848. 1




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at i tls @ifftr. ".'*il g a,'l ra)tts., EfarT?

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PRINTED WIVT r- RACY ANI?

NOTICE.
Six months ofter date I will apply t
lie hlloi. JUIdge of irobafea of Marion co._,
or a dielharge iroti their administration o'F
lhe estate of Thomae W. Jones, deceased I
nIl w ll then present my finaraccpunt fol
Satilement. WILLEY BRQOKS,
Oeadae Feb. 5, 188. Adnmhitkratr.








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J. PAINF,

RETAIL MERCHANT,
OCALA, E.'F.


-Respectfully invites 0h1 Itt-
tenio-rn of his friends atil. citi-
'enfs generallv to his Sprin.4
antid ',inmer stock of Dry
(;6oods &c., embracing almost
,every article suitable to the
cO.untry trade.
'ie flitters himself tI .it his
assortment, selected with tIle
.grc itt care, is superior Ito
'anty l,'',rtol'"re intrruilced into
lil- .ml ,"'e .'' 'lld l e can Co)n--
fidently say that they are per-
frcl!v new and fresh.
Another reconlilendIlation in-
their fitv6r is the'low price at
which hie can sfl themi-a
reduction of about 25 per cent.
lewer than the prices of last.
year and better artice.'s.
His Nst Icof1prises athong'
others tli. f(.llo) ialg: Muslins
.I:s I. iiis, Circassianis, Al-
pati: IF, Ca-tIliereies, Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans, Plains, Lin-
seys, M:ttriners Stripes, Wash-
itIglton Phlids. tApion Checks,
Kersey Blai-kets, Cable 'Twis
Fancy .Jeans, S`ovtch Fi;,ids.,
(i6|l( Stripe. PhI,.-l., Seetings
Ble d I -r ind Unbleachied
r liiriiis Cottrn' Osnabur'gs,
UI t)reIlas, Pongee S;lk
I-lh.'fs, Blk S'i-k Cr'ivat
Ml d-Jelain d(o, CottOi P I ,,
Hd kf, Fin' te Cotton Hose, Iiail
Stose, Frech Sisperid(IrrT.-
-Over Coals, S" ck Cok t s, S, ti
'let mild (":-.in,'*" P .tiits,
V. I, ad. Fine lShirts, B't,,-
< i.': ., gtIgether vWil i vIrt e
"- .I ,r1 i',: takie to,
fIho s' ',,i. n.
.tn ( I -' I '. .es .
", i .i, 'rI I. .:'. : .adies -' '
I t Iifsewed slioe-. Ki t brug'tn R. [ s- :..
,r,,', ,' ,,| C .'[ !*<. 1-r,', T in v-a.i';t t1 *:i
Bridi-e llr P r,-.!ht &c W ;ill a's.i k-ee
constae !v on h ind I'l sr, Rice, 'Bacon.
Lard. Coffl-e, Sugar. Molassess, Salt; Sot a.,.
To'neco.& e. to which I invite my friends
and tile r-ublic general'y,-t, call and examine
tny stick, as I am deierinined to please
both .n qi-dity and prices
.OSI A H PAINE. -
OQala, E F., May 1314.

WESLEYAN, F 1-:1 A i.I. COL-
*1F .b E. ..
T 1ilE AVesleyan Female College will
T. co nieiw'e its next Term (on thefirst
?.MondaI in October;, under the charge of the
f"ll 'lw n" ..i; er,': .
Revt'. 1. 0t. Uis j:, D1. D. Pres. and
Prof. Mlral Science.
Rev. E. 1H. Mr.uis, A. M. Prof. Nat, Sci-
S: 'ence. ... .
ftev. J. R. THOlAs, A. M. Prof. Eng. Lit
S eratitre... .-
:. ;ir, P. G. G. Urit r.B iGitom, Prof in' Dept.;
Miss A. Rnc'6.R, T'nt r-, and Instrue-
tres.s in Drutwing, Paintinig andi French.
The Malhematical Depuritminant will be
priti'ipaily ina chtrg.i of thie Pr' :A i'I At.
*.' 't (h olicers, except Mr. G., ij' !.- in t!>e
Colee Buil ings, and hI ve constant suiper
isidoi of the young ladies boarding wilt 1
them; while the Lady ot one of the Profea-
ears ,rt- 1',e prticular'oversight of their de-
pai 'iti ar .
F'-i following is 'the Chapter entitled
''',a',on ahd Fees."
lst. The collegiate. year (or term)
Sliatn.l,,n-'iience the first Monday in October,
Am eiand etd on the Thursday after the second,
: .Mbndt in, July.
Ailt 2d. he College fees shall be as ful
. ;,'1 ows : .: .., .
LtegularTinuion. in College classes, $30 00
i Waic, extra, N 5 t 00
.,;.Drawiig asii', EPaiting, 6xtra, -: -.2 00
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E. H. MYERS, Secy Faculty.
f dtkdlui sei., September Ib, 1846.


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G GENERAL AGENT.
Gro. Wt. Ric: his associated with hini
WIN. J. McCoRMICK, Fsq. (agentlein.i long
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. the Me!iners of Congress for the las!
twenty t'ear.) for lae transaction f an.
bnsiress, aI \' lin.i:.oau and vicinity,. ..e:-
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a translator are u" necessary .
GtO. IV. RICE
Washingrton.'.l no 1 17.
FLOIRI 1 AND SA VAN.NA11
STEAM ,PACKET.
TuEr regular Steam Packet Wi. GASTON
Capt. .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
Mauda rin, Jaclksonille, St. Marys, and all
imineiatei landings, and arrive in Savannah
,arly on Sunday. morning. Passengers can
leave at 8 o'clock in thu evening inu the dai
ly line of SteaiTr..
T .lie Gaston runs in e,,nnfrion with Mees-
sers. Washburn & n"lder' lrig Line of
Packets to New York. of which o0se leaves.
'every Monday morning s
The Gaston does not return to Blaclt Creek
-, ;; -, Agent, Palatkat.
S..... GEORGE JOLMBls.
'. '* Agent.-.Jacksonville

:''j'? .' ..~Agent 3lacl Creekl.
NQ elibor..a. 1846. *: -+ '-: *


MACON SIDES k AND S-HOUL-
DERS.-FLOUIt. COFFEE,ToUIACCOU
Just received and ('*r sale by ;
SWV. 8. OLMSTED.
AprilS7,'8.348. ,,if


Doctor WXILLTM J..


Re ecifully in-
forms his friends,
and the v>ommufnity
at large, that hayv-
n11i,,g leiWmiiently es-
tiabli,ihrd hinsel/ in
(}cala, E. F., he It,.u,!eed, in
connection with his Office, a
!)HUG STORE,
consisting of a variety dCines (uppropritile'to ithe Ce0nn-
try, and embracing all articles
o10 be pfou.d in that line. llis
list comprises the folluigg,
with Iitany ot1hrs, from th1e cel-
ebrated [rouses of Shefl/in and
Carpenter, knov'l, to b- the
fS', t correct Druggists in khe
Tj on.

('i!!aI,, I
Tnrt Eilnee.

A.iirpliilOe ia 're., nild si llihafe.
Titic-iUre of iron.
S( 'ils p i f iits..
S lptliate of'ziiiw..
r-:,, *, iil i aw l its irre .
Carlibo r ll O fsof.ii
Sijll n 'si;l.
sgar hlc ,i.
Crron of lirnr.
Rhubarb l powlered. do root.
C tlii. irtin ll I ',v it..

I Hiilii ii.

Sr*'tia'aliirii.
Niir'.
(Glin Arabic.
Arriv' root.
Ii-,ri:tx.
Q- iiine, stulln'nr m't.
i;;uks of t-fie ry kind.
lstfills copavia..
Ii pe'ra'tlan.'.
jalup.
Castor oil cold pri ssie' .
Aluo-.
Camnphor.
lhiritaol lirpentii ii .
Cliff' l1n lides.

Glte,. .

Lethleol
Chi-oilornii .
'larcgoric.
Syringes ofe'very vtrielv, aund iihrnern-
lie other anich>-s.

The medicines are FRES H,'
and the name 'of the firms from
iphich they were procured is suf-
fic'int guarantee that they are
good.
OC As., ,APRIL 21, 1r48P,


ONi PRICE

Cash Store.

/A nimble Penny is bitfer than a slow
shilliiig."

Better for the buyer and
for the seller. Why ? Be-
-iause 11hc seller can afford his
g-o ,ls .,t i,:-s r,'.,'s--I; 'i nt cornpi led
I> ii;t ,good ,e l Irty | h, l*.hi l I i,.1 lo ,011



i .i.
I ;It I|:rI' I h s (ca'I i'ut OI ;} ,,a d Over, nd

I las ,n,.'er (ir t i ui b yer, I r'i:mise he i no
oniv iuyscheaiier wiuai ,i;sho, b tai wh ;I
ov,)iil lh.' h i'i, lati'.ai o i ., i ali'.ies aIt
li:t. o f, t "i o ,,r-r v ii(-i ii;' o In MX% il:ih-
u!Il, II'r;ly u:s f." i n v ill lh'.v.;il t i uhirg-
edi ihi l 11iy ,i .y i, .-''r. t, n. ( i iis, i ls
an 'l with it ilis., :nIl ,,,itis, a;nai ji.lt ia' ;s
-.Iltl t'Xt' cti',i t i l :i "( '' i l::i tf
liieli Jn av ii' J .y as ~ a i '- na:;.a ie |ieminy
il iist- t'i ia ''v I.'ii.vmg tna he a aw
Tlt t'i e lt o'ow
'aS e.ti-ii fit l '-ia .'.. r '-.'a> ; t ilaly iiit i rtlI
Ills friends andl thie public ha lie is niow
receiving

New Goods

From New York and Savanial.,
wlt hi ,ill beg so il at very Iv i% prices fob

Gash,
and expecting to he supply ted alniost weilk-
ly lurig tim sea'iso With stli te-li guodsi as
are mia iltedil i ihli cotiliry, ianld tii( riig
I'iI, le Cash Syslem, lie cain ifiri'l to sell t a
it slainll ad ilva ti1c1, auitl ri''.cpeciliily invites
II a' r wish t Ito i y gooils to cta{il t ide
White Store
w '-t f lr Sidh e lw l'- s iTOqi..
.IDES i DEER 1SKIAS
Su in payment for goods.
W. S. OLMSTED.
POc.alaOctober 16th 1847. .


LIST OF LETTEIUl
Ine, inia g inI ih,' I'..st t)lH,.. ;,a (_-),al.
Fl.iin,lii, n the 3iJ, of lAlitch, oIE
,10.ch it not taken out in three moniiths
willbaseht to the dead letter office itn
Washington, D. C.


A
Ashurst, osiah
Allen Win.

Burleson
Barriigton 0 L
BeIal H li,'y
'.ivis. El ward"l
u ai,'l.'ii '\" i!lis
Butllock MAlenerva
-ecl
('onbroiCe (1,T -$
(Cros Plrank

Cl(ik(.'ireaiit Cour
(.'iimin Jo .111 il l h
Cochiii Misss E
F


fHarris J M
1 Holly Misss
M
McAteer Win
Moock B W
Meyer B F
MeNeitl N'ile
N
Nixon B J
A :P
Pearson W
Pright Annia.
S.
Smith llJames
t Stone George
Sltmii:al,nnl S
Stevens Winhstanl
T


-2


Frition VV ) -2Tyner Mrs S
Fni Thoiim,: TyrnerJct :u'n
Fletch'r Ge,,rge 'l'Tyier J G
II % V
Hla;%kins John Wec'kiviie 11 A
Hutl hrili'es D) J -3
WM. )ROBERTS, Postiinster.
Ap|il 1, 1848.


ALL PERSONS havingdesmind against
the estl te of' Miclae l Duskint deceased la',e
of A l chua county Florida, are hereby called
up;Ion to prei-ent iihe wiliout delay to the
'idersigned in saitl county, or to James A.
Podei, iieir alioiney at Newnana.ville in
said count%. Al creditors and legatees, of
i i Mitchli'e' fit-diuii o'ec. ani, iersins en-
titled to distribulitm in said es ale aae hero-
biv niotified that their claims and demands
will lie barred at thse expiration of two years
froIm dite unless exiibi ed to one oi the;
undersigned or to sai, attorney within that

JOHN I,. DUSKIN. Exeentor.
ELIZ \Bi'l'l DUSKIN Ex'x-
Of t/hA last Will and Tcstamsnt vq
.Mirl.itc. Daskin deceeas'.l
Newnansville, Alachiuacounty, Florida.
Atrdl 33o, 148. 8iv


Daniel J. Thomas ')
vs Attachment $*20) 12
James Goff.
Tr l1: defendant and all oth:'rs interest-
L ed are hereby notified of the com-
m-iicen'meut ,f this suit, returnialla to justice
Court to be hlield ai Ocalat on tho first Satur-
day in June next, and to appear and plead
to the same.
Given under my hand and sea! th a 4th
April 1i43 1. 11 1 1 RDIN.
Justice of the Peace

SUGAR ESTATE EAST FLO-
I I0A FOR SALE,
'Ahe well know lhihily vi'ubie Sugati
i'saie situated on 'he. Tomaca and Iail-
over rivers, in East Florida, known a,
'Oak Forest'' n ser sea hore containing
about two thousand acre, more or less will
the Sugar Works and ollier improvement
tlhereon. Teri:nseasy. Apply to
'rTCKER & CRAPO
,ineT-lavw2ni 4It I Wall stAI

NOTICE
S IX VEEKS after dite, we will apply t"
;lie lihuiiorabe Jidge J't Probata's of A-
jachi'a c.iii:", f:r etlters of administration
,,It tle estate of John Dougherty.lalte of said
coutuly dec.
G & J. IIELVENSTON.
Wacahoota March 2hh 18186. t;w


STATE OF FLORIDA.
IAs'r:A.rN CIacUlT, CtniCUt'_ CcURT:
MAlARloi CouNrr.
JoAl-huN Gahagim aclhmeuit on two
Gn' i).% l."ih'ir., lots lit d6caln.

'Tin hi ,v, WII11,l'1 l sder-idnllt m i ll.
Otls4 r |l.''!'ii' a llt -r tis ii aiirr sted, l-I:
'wrriy r q'riied a to jaitlear iul |,i ti|pl, to
h, dc< ',lir i i'>,i tilfd i;; t ,; lah> iv'n c'.lt t it ld
Y ,,i s. C. A. 111V I ll I.;1,, P;lII s ,A tl' y
ti' t'.ray !ii, s13 .-3 rmios.

A i)-NIN 'ItTR' A'I 1TOfR'.S NO' TIC.
S1, I t'l'[.: -O')'S ii; L .\, .. L'on, are re'quii'sed to make' itinedi:ate pIayment to
dtle i dJer-ii d1 a1 n. tli hoo 'i'amtg claians
a-isins til. t saiit e,-titste, are requilrid to pre-
st'ni thll ii tin I itie tuLille prescribed b," liw
,ir lAii 4itice .wll be plead in bar ot their
very.. A. McDAV'I).
Ocalhi, lMay I 1848.
A i)DM IN IST R ATOR'S N(ITIC E.
S IX iMONl'IS iahei the dare hereof, I
i ill llppily to iti liont. Jmuge of Pri',
hates, for A hii'liii: colinty, at Nen uiiiia villa -
i'ir'!i dliiclolrge from the tdinlisiiiraitioni of
rdit estauL' of Charles Gi'.hloins, decease I,
1nl %%ill then present my ffinal iccouilt for
sri (;!f"i'llt.
SILV ESTER BRYANT,,
Aliniinistirator uithi thi will nimuexedl.
.\;wn,]!sillrh, ySept, 25, 1847.


NOTICE.
O N the 31.h-d.iy 6i September the itndor
signed, adiiinistratrix of the estate of
John vT Pickett, late of lienlon c'anity, dec
will present iher ice.munts and voucher to the
lIon. Jodge of P: abates of Berilon eo unlty
and make application lor !ettero of di-nai.sal
as adinmistratnx aforejaid.
N. M. MBOBElRTS
Talbpa Bay, MarchI 11 W84 u6i,


BOSTON & GUNBY
FACTORS AND GENERAL COM-
MISSLON MERCHANTS COR-
NER OF BAY AND
JEFFERSON STS.


SAVANNAH, .
JoInBosTON: JotN H.Q October 16, 1847.-1 year


3AMES T. MAGBEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


Will priactise in the Superior and Circuit
Courts ofthu State.
TIMPA BRr, fiLLhBiioatoewi cousTr. "FA.


Al. H. Cole,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCE6f
COMMISSION RECEIVING, AND
FORWARDING MERCHANT
PALATKA, EAST FLORIDA


James W. Bryant,
ATTORNEY AND COUN'-
SELLOR AT i A W.
fACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY,
EAJ.S FLORIDA.


Joshua P. Haw kins'
G ft OI ER Y C0 1Wt, I-l SS
M[ E RIC A NT AND W H A R
FAGE M ASTE R.
PALATKA, EAST FLIDRIDA.


H. A. CRANE&
WVIOIESALE GROCER.
SAVANNAH G(OReIA.


NOTIC E.
ALL persons.nre forewarned ?rom trad-
ing far eitlaer of.two notes of h&ind givic-
by me to Col. B. HonTkinol, iiid bearing
.laite in the month of Jilly, 184I one. pay-
able on the Ist of January, 1847. aind the
oilier oni ilhe Ist ot Jaiinrv, 1848, and be-
hg ,Idrawn for the sumr of.400O each
The former of these iot's hias beel)
|i'dl, and tise consideration of Ihe hast liasu
ftiledl, aml I do ot intend io pay the latter
unless comiplled to do o lby Inw.
D. A. BUKLESON.
Orange I.ake, Marion co., lIec. 25, '47

SELLING OFF'.
T H Subicribeeroffers h present s-foct
nf Goods it Ocala and Hofio-sa.sa for
sale at elloluced prices f-r the purpose of
raising money to pay his, delit All persons
wishing to i, av for cash may find it for their
interest to call. The goods will b3 re*ailed
at low prices, unless a piirerianer Can b.
Otimnd for the whole stock. Any person
wishing to engage in this busine.4s at either
place can purchase the rtock on favorable,
term.
A!so a eanre of fnir Moles.aaid a Road'
Some few persons are indeb ed in sinall
ainoint)s and are req.es6ted to seLttle the
samni witlhou. further n,'tice
W.S. OLMSTED.
Ocala, May 4. 1848.


T'IE HOWARD HOUSE.
rF IIlS well known andi favorite establish
L ment, oni the cor. of Broadway antil How
ard street, tie public are respecfilly iuiforin
ed, has been lately enlarge' and improved
and fitted tp in elegant ald superior style a.i
a Restaurant. The proprietors have coin-
venieniently floated their sp cioas Salnon'o
the first floor, and have spared neither palnn
or expense in combining comfort with lux,
urry, and providing such accommodations tCor
tli.ir numerous visitors as t.eov trust will
meet witu their most cordial approbation
The stock of the bars is of the most choice
and superior kind. having been sele-:ted from
ihe best and most approved br.,nds wili4
Ireat care and attention. Soei11 oft le wiles
and cigars possess the merit of age, liaviuig
been in the Ilonuse for upwards of fifleeni
years. All the vaii.ous d'elidacieskoflthe sea
son, and every tiing that the mar et ait'oirds.
and of the very iest, will. ah.l ayi be tfmun,
in their Larder, and several u p li a style
that cannot fuail to please a most. fastidinu
taste, besides whioh, diners, suppers anin
private rooms furnished at any time and a.
the shorPest notice. Also, a large and coni.
modious room on the stconi4 iloor with
convenient an spacious enlrauiii.in Brotil
way, to let by thl jA. j*eek
ew York i dU.


* .


G. A. IMitchel
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Praciisesin lj h Courti of Law alni
Equiniy in till the cduuntie of (ihe Easter'I
Circuit, and in the counties of Benton onli
Hillisborough in the Southern Circuit oT
Florida.,
Ocula, Marion County, F;o. Mareh- Ath

willisJ. Spann M.D
OCALA, E. F.
Offers his professional services in Marion,
Alachua, ljenton, St. Jo~ns and Levy
counties.
jlis office is on the corner of Profession-
al street and Merchants Row, opposite thp
Public, Square. inmmediate attention will
be paid to all orders and requilsitiuns.
Ocala, July 3, 1847.


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OCALA ARGUS.


ADMEN)1 MENTS TO THE
SConstitution of thf
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Proposed and agreed to by the third' Gepe;
alt assemblyy ; subject to the actioei of the
next General Assembly.
AN ACT to amend tite 12th Clause of
the 5th Article of the Constil tion of this
State, so that tihe Judges of tire Cicuit
Courts shall hold their offices for a
term of eight years, instead of duhirig
good behavior.
SECTION 1. Be enacted by the Sei
ate aild House of Representativese tf
the State of Florida iii Generitl Assembly
convened, That the'l21li Clause of the 5th
Article of the Constitution of this Slate he
+ so tunended as to read as follows, viz-
That at the expiration of the present term
of office nCf the Jiifges of the Circuit
Courts," with the exceptios.i hereinalter
mentioned, lie Jstices of the" Sutpreme
court, and the Jutges of the Circuit
Courts, be electedy'or a tern, of eight years
and shall-hold their offices for that lernis,
unless sooner removed under the provis-
ions made in this Consrtitution, for the re-
e moval of Judges by address or impeach
,ment;and wilful neglect ofduty, or other
Y reasonable cause, which shall not be s ffi-
"'-t.t ground for itmpeachinieit, there Gov-
Seror shall remove titiv of ilipm on the
address oftwo'-hirdts (f the General As-
sembly, Provide hot ever, That the cause
or causes shall bestatesat length in such
Address amd enteretl oin lthe Joirnails of tihe
each House. And provide, liirther, That
the cause or caibses shall be notified to
the Judge so intend to lie removed, and
lie shall readmitted to i hearing in his
owu defence, bclre fiily vote Tfor such
removal shall pass- anl) iu siimh eases the
vote shall be lake by yeas and nays and
entered on the Journals of thib House re-
pectivel'.
'EC. 2. Be it firtlher enacted, That
the Judilges first alppoilitedi nnde.1
this amended Consiintion, shiili be divided
by lot into four classes. The first class
shall hold his or their office or offices for
lle te erm of two years, th! secomid tbr lie
termn of four years, the third for the terit
of six years, the fourth for the term of
eight years.
[Passed by tie Senltae Constitutiional
majority, Decemler ?2, 1847- Passed ithe
SHouse of Representaiives, iy the iConstitut-
ional rajoriv ainuary i, J148.]
April 23, 1848. 6m1

STATE OF FLORIDA )
EASTER N CIRCUIT.
MARION COUNTYCIRCUIT COURT
Neil Fergusson, ntldist'"t
Sof James Lynch, dee.
VS.
-Archibahl H. Cole, F. IN CHANCERY
'IH. Richards, J:tn,'s {.-
Cole, Frederick Klett,
Josiah W. Dallam, Wil-
liam H. 'Wiltp, George
Cuiin, JohnlVW. C. Lond, }
Augustus Steele, Joseph
Cavass, Phillip Heller,
Charles A. Mitche!l, Ro- Bill to mnar.
heart G. Livingston, G. W. sh:rll assets
Cross, F. W. Samns, Tlio- &c.
mia H. Hagner, Atiblony
Ivy, and B. Finite Lyunch,
'widu.w of Jarnes Lynch,
deeased.


It having been mnaIde to appi(ar thIfit a
bi!il of complaint has been d(uly filed hy
tlie said complainant anghiisl lie aid dle-
fendants ; and it ihaviing been further made
to appear by affidatit sat-isfrctory to the
Court, that Frederivk Klelt, J1siath IV.
Dallami, William H, Witte, Geor,. Cillilln,
iJohn WV. C. Loud, Robert G. ,ivingsiin,
fhiillip Heller, and B. Finite Lynch, re-
side beyond the limits of this State, de-:
'lfidans in the -above bill of complain t
and it also appearing that the sail, Tho-
htas H. Hagner, a defendant in tIh above
bill of complaint resides in this Slaat#e l-
yend the limits of tiis judicial circuit, so
that the process of subpdhiia cannot be
seived upon the said defeitndants-
It is, therefore, on mioion of B. A1
Pearson, complainants solicitor,
ORDERED, That tile said defelulants
Frederick Klett, Josiah W. Dillam, Wil-
liam H. W'itte, George Culin, John W.
IC. Loud, Robert G. Livingston, Phillipt
Ifeller, and B. Fiirite Lynch, be and they
are hereby required to appear anil plead
or answer to tihe said bill of cornphsint
within the space of four months fromn the
'date hereof, or the same will be taken
against therm as confessed.
And it is further oi'dered thnt the said
defendant, Thormas H. Hagner, be and ihe
is hereby required to appear and plead or
answer to the said bill of complaint within
the space of two months fi-om the date
hereof; or the Same will be takeni against
htim as confessed.
And it is further ordered that a certified
copy of this order be published in some
newspaperr printed in this circuit once a
Week for the space of four months.
GEO. W. MACRAE, Judge, &c.
Presiding in Eastern Circuit Marion co.
-AT CHAMBRas, Dec. 19, 1847.

1, John L. Branch, Cle'rk -of the circuit
Court for Marion county, do hereliycertify
that the foregoing is a true cop) of tibe
original order now of record in my office
in the above stated cai.
Given under mry hand and seal of of-
I. S. fice this twenty-secondday
trf December, 1847.
JOHN L. BRANCH,
ilerk Cirouit Court, Marion County.


-REW ESTAB-

LISHMENT!

WHOLESALE AND RE-
TAIL DRY-GOODS, DRUG
HARDWARE', GROCERY,
AND- PROVISION STORE


THE subscribers, at the solicitation of
maniiy friends, have established lieinselves
at Palatkla, for the ptirpose of doing a
general business adapted to the wants atid
contiVellienctee of
RIVER & COUNTRY POPULATION
We ask in return sufficient PiIcouirr:g-
r ment of consignimnens aind business ga-um-
erally, upon wihichi libt,*' nilvinrces '\i ill
be made.
Our supplies are direc-t fromm New Y warranted, aiind will ie sold at
REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH, OR
TRADE.
o'. Exchange Drafts, 'c., bought and
sold.
R. R. REED, & CO.

The following comprises a small


proportion oJ their Stock.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT IT
Of colored muslins, ginglirins, Freinch
Eniglisi .;; Amf-eric.an prints of the u os
recent rP*, and every variety of qnialairyv.
Cloths, cls nitieres, gambroons, andll vest-
ing in great variety, consisting of Engli-h,
Freniei and Animeriwm i ltroaileloihs aiidl
tassimeres, Freiiclandl English iierino for
drei'.s coats aitl pliilts.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING DE-
PARTMENT
A full .Assortment
Ofready minade cloiting of the latirtsttvle
antd of the hest nail'e iljs, such ias dires..
frock nii sack cot.s, jackets, pants anilI
vests, liiinen and otion shiis, silk, linen
Ianil cotoli l t' awer.--. C ii:r.r., i hi.'atiitfiril
ilSorl:n'iht oflieek stocks, t is i1nd hand-
kerchiefs of almost every t'nri;eT of st! le


vinegar, London porter,'in quarts and

PICKLES, SAUCES, &c.
Assorted in half gallon jars, do in bottles
callers, olives mushroom catsups, tomato
do, fish sauce, assorted kilidt, pepper sauce
Stoughton's bitters, lemon syrup, sugar of
lemons, lime juice, West India preserves,
salad oil, anchovies.
OILS.
Fall and winter strained, sperm, refined
an 1 unrefined whale, tanners, train, lin-
eed, neatsfoot and olive.

'M MISCELLANEOUS.
lice, pot barley, oat miiCl, alum, cop-
peras, pipe clay, Spanish float indigo, fig
bl)e, London starch, wick, iliquid blacking,
pimis mid qitarls, )paste in tin cases Shoe
and .strobbitng brushes, corni broomis,
whisit,, pipes, German pipes, night lights,
foor mlats, lerteUSsion caps. Gunpowder,
1anj;.plrr, rsEtile soap, epNt salts, gumn
.iiabie, oil pepli|rmniilt, andi flour su.1lphur,
i alcohol, lori;; irfined and crude, window
glass of all sizes anid qualiti7's, wl'ile lead,
dry ail oil lchrometi green andi yllow
ocrtir, 'aiiia hriisies, all sizes, lami black,
lir;:;'^', li,,:", coh ry s j iphnetlio. lfiig(; i-iss
e-rclice ol roest, peprthiit, 'vit, .trg'een,
le|rII', oill gp, anlid bergaimot, tiliiltitilOii,
friction ilichlies, c'irliom inae atilion i:i, lus-
tre, sodaln for wa-liiig, Lolndoun iilislald,
ca:.'Q !'" ) p ppelr, pow tlledl Iitinig., do
iilmtitmiiii. Li10iorice, glue, corlIs of all
kild.-', sarsipIrilla, spotnes, coarse anI fite
chalk red anil white, aris white, spanishi
hrowni, vtlTetia;ll red, sallid paper, iiipnice
solle. Iar ail rosiin, ialpin, conIal varnish.
vYi million, rotten stone, ivory black' 'g)t
rsh ll;it, right vi,rn.ish, peurhiihli, sailleratils,
sulperv!arbloiiiti macoho)y simiff, srochli sifll; alcolhiol, lirtch
litporte ball, halth rick, powdered ginter
;';w, olive oil il bottles and baskeus, salt-
lilme, n IiiInegs.
Togv/ther with a great variety
Ofshelf aimd lin.v goods, stationery
rlit',ry, wo.'l are, ia rini 'w rc, hats, caps:
ho I!6s,.h! .'s, flails.? "i ', &C.
A FULL \ASSiORTM I'NT
Of cr)Cltie'y, r c.oiitcpte sets of eraniiie
hna' illl coil io ti nv.are. Nov, !, 4S

THE FRNAKLIN HOUSE.


atd quality, sil-peiderstf il! k,,ns, sc:rl ., ,. ..
linen caimlhr:k :tq ,i-,: NO i'0. I '! C:.- "NUT St.
Bri' imtq;t *Jv', lra-i 'r WI'zr,. i 'ii; r', Tr I'!;-> I-, U::ri l. '0.
T iland -ijtti',s, lni iiP) !eti>hs, i ,n \I),; r-i! Pi i I l) ii'I lIA-
plails, buhlke's, t, Itubhs, to-ing p!ats, i a- Thtis nmpIianr :).i iceitrl Hotel estlailished
sures, wtvashl ketiies, funnels, sl)ice loxes, byti Mes:-;r, r under: it, having passed
lamps, graters lanterns, muffin ring l'i ifij t:i ti h e hand t ihe u-cr:ib-r. lie desires it,
lblers, draiiter'e, dippers, shiavhiig bnxs. inforiohi friends ;ini the puble, that it is
large andi smiali w oihen t s, rii asT s I i i r ,w ,pen -r r e!: 'cepia '. tf lests.
bowls, willow wagonsalldt cradles, keeletrs IN I'OUI' *. its-* add van!ra asa atle-irable
clothes and pins., fits, handled baskets, t., ppin.tI piaceare well known to those who
bhi'ss and iron wire sieves, Whips, hroomns, have nt, it will! be only necessary to slate
wvaslihorids, chairs, tables and stool-, and tha' a t it it iited in the busie.-.t part, of the
watering pols-constituiing a very COuti tios fashi i-mible street, in the immediate
plete assortment. .vie tiity oflie lExchange, Pol t Office, Banks
Hardware and Cordage. Custom Hll,use, IPicesit Amnusenment, Hotels,
S" team'at I anilings, Rail Road Depots,
Table and pocket k nives of alni-tl ev. PubhicSlpares, Corit ll.se, ise .
ery variety ofp:literi:, litllclmer, shot, atd Since the of proprietors, a large amountfo
oyster knives, stl raziorss, scissors, t o money has been expended in enlarging.
and table spoons, shlovel ait lil I, b re iitinig refutrnishing adiidipairLiiug. Among
anlhirons, limits anl screws, l cop ar'" ,'i,- nlier-mli improvements, may be mentioned
fid clo nals, tack A n dsrew, hn I''r, i irI roved Enterances, a new. Ladies Ordin.
ani clout nails, trcks atl lad~s, rps anliidi ary:, a new Gentl.mans, Diniimg Saloon new
files i, great variety. Carpeiter's tools, Parlours, new Chambers, new Kiltchen
4i4o- t.rinmimlitlig aund locks, pad and chelst and new Bar Room. besides miny other
lo vn s rid spHlles, large a(dl small lhos- 'T'e pricipal features of a first-rate Hotel,
lio k-k andi lhings, dog collarsandl chlin i, "The Table and Wine Celler," will
atad irons, cofl'., mnil's, iron aind sivte! qlmi under the mnanagnnemet ot
res. brass c::nd;ihiiiks, bridle liiis, biicki.es Mr JAiES M1. SANERSON.
an-! slirrupis, l'rci llsi-:n citps, spoltiitg one of the former proprietors, whose ambition
l 'i'tr, itlvi;n -.i, .ires,. spokeshives to excel aa Caterer is wel! known. Ills
nile-. -'ii, tiii-:", ii , ;-it.-:- '." t. o l,,, nt, :,wicelv' cel,-brated Cook "l'Pe elier," aided
i m, i r. i,' ,p. u ,b I1 i ,> l ..! I es:e'\ ire-n-e,-. a-sistlants, will conttiti.e to be a.
coillsI, >i h;l:t i a-si.... ,i hf" ri t li rhind mIani.
col bs, ai i t il I 1 0 il ,: i ,he oic! ;iand books wil be under thl
t)elluows, hld I r1, tar'! r.l !d I ,,p rope, l ch re at
ine and ish liets n il twi, ci..., Mr c.GEORGE P. BURNHAM.
i r sai Ds andI. i !:tl< !the able Editor of the DAily Ohl) Un,
Drugs andt eduici s, n i-n, ,,of Cincinnati, and more rec,-,:. ,,
A good assornI(:t of drus ;.nd nIedi- loston. In short, g,,eat exertion)s have
1ales, c rosistiuig ot a gr'at variety of ar- been made, ir,! !here.t;er will i.. ae spared
iicdes in the line. to render 'ie. l-r;imiii'" or.e of the very
G RO E C E E S. ,-, fir.l ,''l--l ur comfort, convenience, anli
ESA g,> ::..r 1) K. MIN r>!.


TEAS.


Young hysonl, 0l 1do .. ''w-atkay, Gin
owder', I imperia'.l, Jhea,, Poiichling
Souchliong.
SLUGARS, &e.
Refined ltoaf, crulished, do., Ml..r.. ,--.
brightt,) liquorice patstc, ri o candy, W':i.
Inldia mloolasses, Havania honey.
COFFEE, &c.
Java green, do., groumi, mocha, choco-
kite, and prepared ciooa.'.
CANDLES.
Common sperm, tallo w, and wick.
SOAP.
Shaving, white scented, variegated do ,
and brown.
TOBACCO.
Plug, 16 and 18.s cavendish, Ielies' twist
paper tobacco, maacboy sluff, scotch edo.
regalia, principe, miaya, la iorimn;, tand
other brands, and esmhiion sgigars.
FISH.
Herrings, sardines, salmon mackerel and
cod.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.,
Brandy, Otlari, Dunpy anrd C,., do.,
Bordeaux, Jaimacia spirits, old Ration rum,n
do I to 4 plroot;l HollandI anil Scliiedani gin
WV-iskey. Scotch do., a fine am licl, li-
dei a wili, Htowar:l, Marsht.&i co, Mar-
seilles and Maliagi, Pale and Brown, Duff,
Gordon and co., sherry, port champagne,
hock, sparkling vintage 1832, Bordeaux,


T'IH E HO W V\:) ;i :OU.S Ei.
r H1 .,.vell known and fiv,>rit et.aahii .,
.L amf, 'n the cor. ofilroad'way : tif A w )
ar!-s':,i t, t*e public are res;er'!lly inform
.e : eQ l IaQe!y v illargi and iirn',vedl
.i .. .i ,n e .;t :: i !t ; ri. sty le
;; I"t- i! I .ll. Tl ,e ;.r ,PT.-t io:s h;ve con
v o the first l,,r, and have p: r-.i neither pain:
or exi'p n e in c.. iibiiiil c iom l ,'i h lu.':
nrv. anis 'r';vh'liier c :t. aco'*iin,odti,.s i 'ii
th .ir 11VtI'wf r L; m l,.rs as !lhe l, t wili
i,.. \t witl. I1h ir most c: dial appr.,batini
Tile stcikai ,t tile bars is d'ildie II>I! choic.-
:111( superior kind, having been :elit-eid frc1m
the best and most approved braoids with
breat cire anJ aliention. Some ot lie wine,
aind ig.:rs possess the merit of :ge, having
been in the tlouse for upwards of litteen
vea rs. Ail the va.ii 'i delicacieskoif the sea
son, and every thin thitil the mar et atfWrds
and of the very best, will always be found
in their Larder, and several u p n a style
that cannot tfail tI,, 'eae a most lastidioi,
taste, besides which, dinners, suppers and
private rooms 'frisinied at miny time anti at
the shortest notice. AlsJ., a large'aid coin
nitodioiis room on tlhe s coed iTor, with iI
Coiiveiient ai<. sp.t eiois entrance in Broiad
%ay, tL let by th- L0u week
New York 184c


NOT ICkE.
SIX mil,th atlie date, thie undursigaei!
... ill a v t th lie l an. Jtudg. ot Pro-
ta "( ot ite c I.. t I la Ia.ll for !ettr:ia 0i
administrationn, on I lie elFeats of iamlaue
Eigle, deceased, late of Alachua county.
.. B. HOPKLN,


PsilathaAug. 15, 1847,


The subscriber offers his pre-

sent stock of goods at O&cala

and Homassasa for sale at reduc-

ed prices. lil persons wishing

to buy for cash, may find it for

their interest to cil. Tihe goods

will be retailed at l, "prices, un-

tess a purchaser can bV found for

the whole stock. Any person wish'


ing to engage in this business at

either place can purchase the-

Stock on' reasoabi e terms.

Also a team of li' mules and

a road wSagon. Soste few per-

sons are indebted i i small ums

and are requested to se1MP

same without further notice.


VW. S.OL TEi -TED

May 1848.0


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2..


PRIFY THE BLOOD.

MOFFAT'S

VEGETABLE LIFE PILL


S.* AND "


The high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent Medicines have acquired for their
invariable efficacy in all the diseases which they profess to care, has rendered the usual -
S practice of pflling not only unnecessary, 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.
4 r o IN ALL CASES OF
. Jitkma. E V IC R & AG 0 N, errous Debility. .
.- ri4*e a Chronic Rheumatim. For thUis urge of the western I .errous Complaints, f ll iund. .
. fedion of the Bltder and count-y these medjcimes will be Or .finic .ffections.
-Kdanes. find a safe, speedy, and certain Palpitation qf the Heart. .
BILIOUS PtVER and remedy. Other medicines leave I Painter's Chohlc.
LIVER COMPLAINTS. the system subjecttoaretulrn of PILES.-Theorigliulproprie C'
In the south and west, where the disease-a cure by theM medi- I tor ofthese medicine was cured C
these diseases prevail, they will cines is permanent. Try them be of piles of 65 years stand b
be found invaluable. Planters, satisfied, and be cured, the use of the Life Medie=
Farmers, and others, who once FouLness of the Cumpexion. alone.
u se these ledicines will never GENERAL DEBILI Y. Panl in the head, side, back,
- at'lerwards be wilhnut them. God. limb,, jlinta, and organs.
Bilhou Cholic nd serious loose- Giddinem. RHEUM ATI SM.-Those at
n"es. Grael., ,,i kn' iced with thisterrible disease
.i.dahegAof ,evry king. wil bew re of relief by timLif i
o Coetiemes. reward Fever. Medicine. -
Colds and Coughs 17nlammatory i Rkimeati.m. tRuh o Bloo t I. ta i ed. I
SColtic. Impure Blood.
.CONSUMPTION. Used Jaundice. aU a
with the greatt saeen lsu es in o .ppe _. ........ alauB..
Disease. LIVER CO PLAINT8s. aCR FULA o n KINv s, -
SDropm m ILooseness. -VIL, s i ts worst fcrmi .
4 DYSPEPSIA. No pars" MERCtU IAL DISEASE.
4 withthis dixtrtsng disease I ZS. Never failsto eradicatee WORMS,ofalliads,reffee-
: aMld delay eg these medi- Utrely all the effects of Mercury tally eipelld by these med-
eines lmmeditely tfinitely sooner than the most c.ne. Peretu will do well to 4
Srpionw tf theO I powerful preparation of SBar- adsla .tertha tir.hiaaveh- et,
s rI.re p rma. existence is, eueted-R tie f
YaIl y. I ghktswet. willbecertai. .

2 I32 2,2171 % a&D 3 AV TU3392 a3Uah

| And thus remove al disease ftrm the system.
l AsIngi trial wiplaeet* LIFE PILLS and PH(ENIX BITTERSb eyneaI.ar aelem....
SPrepared and sold, whole aandretl,byD1.W Z I A W A r OP A9, 3
i Geway, crne of thoe lree now l ew inwhitwrappernd together Iia
MefIst's Good Saaritan," containing e Osdirectos, he., on whichIs a drawing of I Miwi a 0
Street tooqr Oice,y whh strangers g the city can "vry easily ttdno Th. e wolrappersnad m_ tom'
a seopyrighted, therefore those who wtenre them with the white wr,pers can be aumred utlhaey a
ge tlse. Be careful, and do not bay rse with yellow wrapper.; bat i O do, hi satld ta t tthey em
S4ir&M r% a ldo*'t toch them.

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