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ML TAM DII'FICILE, QPl'(9, '.N SOLFlTIA C.AT, F


VOL. 2. JACKSONVILLE, E. F., SATUIPA, NOVEMI 30- ..
VOL. 2. J. -


STHIE
T JACKS


IL


TROPICALL
oNVILLE, EAST


PLANT,
FLORIDA,


IS PUBLISHED every Saturday morn-
ing in Willey's new building, Bay
Street at
*^4 in advance, or $5 at the end of
the year.


ADVERTISING TERMS.
One square, (fifteen lines and under)
for the first insertion, $1, and 75 cts.
for each subsequent insertion. A lib-
eral deduction made to yearly adver-
tisers.
One square, six months $10 00
Application for letters of ad)-
ministration 00
Announcement of candidates
for office - 00
Personal communications admissa-
ble, will be charged as advertisements.
e11l advertisements must be paid for
beforee insertion, except by a regular
customer.
[Ir- All communications must be
poat paid, addressed to,
GEO. GROUARD.

AGENTS
S FOR THE TROPICAL PLANT."
J. P. SANDERSON, Esq. Fernandina
GEO. W\. COLe, Jr. Esq St. Augus-
tine.
Maj. A. W. CIUCHTON, Mandarin.
GEO. M. GALPIN, Esq. Garey's
Ferry.
I. BLANTON, E;q., Newnansville.
J&FSE C('At-TU, E.q. Alligator
Col. JAs. B. COLE, Palatka.
T. T. LONG, Tallahassee. .

Notice.
'Sx .xnonihs after dnte, we shall ap-
sply to the lion, Judge of the county
,eoairt, or other person charged wit!h
Sthe dutiesf Ordinary, in and for the
c county y ofr-nval, for a ,iJ-,'ve from
our n.rninistratorship, as atninmstra-
tors of the estate of Jamnes D. Pleot,
.o._t of said county, dec.
JOHN C FP"LOT', 4,
UIAS. it. PELO T.


Notice.
..il Persons having cla ms gaL .
the estate of John Moore, deceased,
will p-resent the same duly authenti-
0*cateJ according to law, within two
A ts fom date, or else they will be
ever barred. All persons inlebted
,to said:estate are hereby notified to
come'forward and make payment.
AprilL1'. JAMES ACKER, admr.

N otice.
.211 Persons having claims against
-the estate of Daniel Gordon, deceased
will present the same- duly authenti-
cated ceotiding" to law, within two
years from date or else they will be
forever barred. All persons indebted
,to said estate are hereby notified to
come forward and make payment.
JAMES IMcCoRIMICK, .)ddim'r.
Jacksonville, april, '44. -

INF W GOODS
BARNARD & FARRAR,
Are receiving from New York
by every steam boat, fresh supplies of
NREW JaND SE1SO.\. 1RLE. GOODS,
.. which they offer to the public at a
rt mall adva.ice from cost.-call and see.
aptll3,'44,,

L.CKSUrII E .Vo .i.. b'uL'.-TIr E
Carry U. S..fhi,
L;i#^ Jejaewville every Friday
1 :3 o1dockp m Returtniag, leaves
St. Augitiae eve'y Suinay, at8 o'
:lock, a. un. FARs ,.2,50.
For passa&e ajp1y to
*** wAmARI & FAEIIAE,
Jacksonville, or
JORN J. HEDRICK,
St. Augustine.


Notice.
ix Weeks after date, I shall apply
,jq H Jud -e of the county court
"f'i nnt -for letters ot adminis-
.traion -On' he e.,ta t of Henry Hudnell,
atmofs~ri county, dee.
; ag1, '44,. yV HICKMAN.


I I.TO PHYSICIANSANDIL MER-
*J T I...... CHANTS


BUSHELS TURKS ISLAND

S AL T;
A Superior Article for Curing
Meats and Fish;
At 50 cvNts per BUSHEL, for sale by
BARNARD & FARRAR,
mar3 tf 11, Bay street.


OF Sherman's Poo' Mans
Plaster are sold yearly, and for 25
eents, curing Rheumatism, Lumbago
pain or weakness in the side, back,
breast, loins, or any part of the body
Who will suffer when he can be so
easily cured!
Poor Child, he is wasting away,
said a friend of ours, the other day--
We have doctored him till we are tir-
ed, and it all does no good; his breath
is so offensive, and he starts frightful
ly in his sleep; his appetite is raven-
ous, nnd still he is but a skeleton.-
We recommended her to try Shermans
Worm Lozenges, as possibly he might
be troubled with worms. She did, and
the first dose brought away 78 worms.
Three doses entirely cured him; as
they have thousands of others.
I can't sleep, says -one-my cou9 s
so incessant it seems cs if I should
choke to death. If hewoul oit-e4--
Sherman's Cough Lozenges, he would
be cured in a short time. They of-
ten cure the most distressing cases in
a few hours.
My head will split, says another,
Sli rai i 's C('mphor Lozenges will cure
, any case in less than twenty minutes
and no mistake. They cure sea-sick-
ness, palpitation of the heart, lowness
of s. iri!s-, despondency, and the de-
,r, -ion of spirits after dissipation.---
1U y op ra tI like a charm on the dis-
e.)ted nervous system. Caution
Sl:.Id }1 observed in procuring the
Hg-:^r!,.c ,Shbcrn.nn's L eo.Cl'..'n-es O d __
r --I1 ;.7'-'( -To-1 lnW)v,' some mfis-
era.b's iash imposed upon you.
I or s.le by A A
1AVNAR1 & FARRAR.

ORD1..IVCE,
SBe it ordained: by the Intendant and
Councilmen of the To;w of Jackson-
ville, That from and after this date,
all or any pers-nm or persons who shall
sell any Goods, Wares or Merchan-
dise, within the limits of said town,
without having previously paid the tax
assessed by law, and obtained a license
for that purpose from the Intendant or
person exercising the duties of Inten-
dant, shall, on proof thereof, before the
Intendant or person exercising the du-
ties of such office, be fined in a sum
not less than $10, nor more than $-20,
at the discretion of the Intendant, or
such person as aforesaid, which fine,
together with the tax, shall be collect-
ed by warrant of distress from the In-
tendant borsuch person as aforesaid.
W. F. CRABTREE, Intend, pro tem.
GEO. GROUARD,
Clerk of council.
aug 1, 1844.


NOTICE.


". Is hereby given, that six months af-
ter date, we will present our accounts
and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of
the county court of Columbia county,
for settlement and final di-chaage as
administrators of the estate of drthur
Sykes.
-,NANCY SYKES, Adw,'x.
GEO. E. McCLELLAN, .(Idni'r.
Little River, C6olumbia co., E F,
July o0th, 1844.
,NAoticc.
All per ons indebted to the estate of
Mrs. Martha Standley, late of Alachua
county, deceased, are requested to
make immediate payment to the sub-
sciiber; and those having demands
against said estate, will present their
accounts duly authenticated within the
time prescribed by law, or they will be
forever barred by act of limitation.
COTTON RAW LS, Adms.
W acahoot., July '. --m .


SAVANNAH & FillIDA PACKIF
FOR PALA A, E. F.,
Via, DIARtEN Bnv-.o,, ST. M.\,"v.
JACKSONVILLE, K CREEK, AiD
PICOLAT-A
Carrying the U. S. S rail to the alove.
place.
Th, steamer STf MATTHEWS
Capt Me Nelty, 1, ..t a1 n.
boiler put in her, andl --n thor,' .l'ly
overhauled and rpi:0d1 is OwAV in
first rate condition IJ.-- rep ; ','n
of passe ?rs and '-" ,,-
re s u d f e'- u to-
fore. -
This boat will leavI .avtinnah .i the
above named place'. e-er Snltrday
at 4 o'clock, P. M\. ". r al'ter the air-
rival of the ..ii-ts u, (luit n i" .
On her return will ie .,. P -1il-a every
Tuesdayy morin' ., a Picolata .'.atii'
day at 12 o'cLcIk-,-i;
This boat will n i
every Thursda,1 inl
with the Charhevtoe
the same evening
All freights p.iyalh L y slir .
For freight or p. s-tae, apply to
Capt. McNelty oT io-; r d, or to
CEO. H--,.S. Savannah
or FERNANDEZ, &BISBEE,
A gem Jacksonmr-.
A line of st- s i. ets with this,
boat between St. XgustiiAe ,--
la, TN Nov. 11.
[[ All Freig-ht shiped from Jaet-
sonville ip or down tihe St Johns riv
er, must be paid to-the agents.
Freight will be stored at the apr-eus'
store on the wharfr,'ve from charge,
during the absence of the boat. 'The
rates of freight can be seen at the
agents' office.


FEVER


AMFPI


i-F Eci^
V
---- 4


This article is pre':r..d to ., s a
Ceriain, Safe, and Speedy Remedy for the
FEVER AND AGUE,


^ *.-,
Pecit'-r to this region of country-a dise-ase
frequently resulting in a permanent and dan-
gerous derangement of the system.
Being prepared with an accurate knowledge
of the disease, it has been employed with re-
markable success in the most aggravated ca-
ses. It is also valuable as a Preventive of
FEVER and AGUE, and as a general To.ic for
weak and debilitated Constitutions.
Without resorting to the usual prot'esg of
PUFFING, the AMERICAN ANTI-FEBRIS
is submitted to the common sense of the
public.
A trial will establish all it claims as a re-
rmedy, provided the directions which accom-
pany each bottle are strictly complied wilh.
For sale by
BARNARD & FARRAR, Agents,
mar9. No. 11, Bay street.

NOTICE,


Is hereby given, That at the
sittings of the county court, of. the
county of .3lachua, to be held at the
Court House in Newnansville on the
second Monday in October nest, being
the 14th day of October, 1S444, I shall
present iny account arid vouchers for
settlement of tly. estate of Firatio
Lowve, dec., of .hici I am .rhTiiitra-
tor, andthat I shall also at the sonic
time make application to thjeu-g*e of
the said County coirt-, or other person
charged with the duties of Ordinary
for my discharge from ioy said ddmin
istratorship.
DAVID LEVY, Adi,'r &c.
March 23, 1844..

NOTICE-
SIX weeks after tate, I will apply
to the Hon. Judge of Alachua county
court for letters of administration, de
bonis non, on the estate of J lhn R.
tandley, dec., late of said county.
GEORGE HELVIENSTON.
.Newnansville, .iau" 17. 44t,


Drugs y Mcdicncs
SCHIEFFELIN, SON & Co.
70 Wall Street, New York.
WOULD callthei attention of Soitth-
e>.-a -1criants lnd Physicians to their
extensive aId general assortment of
I)Driu'- .. i/.j Ch9,iun'f., Perfu-
meery, Paints, -u s, Gitass, &c, &c.
S.S Co. give particular attention
to t'e orders of PHYSICIANS wI,,
may confidently rely on their selectiuii
of Genuine Drugs, and on the acen-
rncy of their pharmaceutical prepara-
tions.
" 'thiynlsoo supply Surgical Instr'u.
Mrn.s of the most approved Englilsh
and American mnker.,' I't d''ialc boks,
P/,., ,i,. 's .'.a- ddi ,ii,, and every
thing appertaining to tie pracvit'e of
Medicine and Surgery in the South-
ern Statcs. They would direct the
attclntion of Merchants and.Physicin.s-
to the .literial S'aicing effecied by
pilrcliisi ug their medicines direct from
the importers and ni.nui facturers at
the north; a* comparison of the re-
s.,ective prices will show diHlienvlce
of 50 to 100 per cent, being -a differ-
ence quite important in t(lie business
o0't merchant or in the practice tof a
physician.
ORDERS sent by nail with ect'c, or
une.rceptionilJo references will meet
with prompt attention,
New York, Dec. 1. 1843.


0RDINXAN"CE.
Be it ordained by the Intcndant aand
C,'i. i::"-. of t/, Tro"'n of J c,.L'..-
es, accruing or due, or. which shall
-.r.-,-'' ir lave 1 nc 1r'(ed or beC-.nme die
to IlI'e1 i po il s IfiJIi ,,5,cu. I !t-
by warrant of distress from the Inten-
dant, or person exercising the duties
of such office, against t he g,. Is, chat-
ties, lands and tenements of the pe,-
son or persons, now, or who shall
hereafter be in arrears, or upon whom
such fine or penalties as aforesaid
shall be imposed; the said warrant of
distress to be directed to the MVlarshal
of the corporation of the town of Jack-
sonville, and signed by the Intendant
or the person exercising the duties of
such office ; the marshal to make a
return of said warrant when the dis-
tress shall have been made, and of the
property on which the distress is
made, and give at least twenty-four
hours public notice of such distress
and sale, to be posted upon the liberty
pole or beef market.
Wm, Fi CRABTREE, IntendatAt, P. T; -
GEO, GROUARD. Clerk of Council.
aig 1,'40
BARNARD & FARRAR,
11 Bay Street,
HAVE received, and offer for sale.
at the lowest market rates-
Wheelba rrows, Grindstoies, Sugar
boiler, assorted sizes, Negro Kerseys,
Linseys, and blankets, cotton bagging
Osnaburgs, Linen and cotton flauinels,
cloths, casineires, \ estings, Kentucky
Jeans, Blue and Brown Drillingsi
Sa rlboro stripes, French'and Engli sh,
prints, Hats caps, Bonnets, Boots and
shoes, Fancy Goods of every deserip%
tion, drugs, paints, oils, dye stuffs,
window glass, crockery, Hardware,
Joiners tools, powder, shot, lead, To-
bacco, Liquors of all kinds, Wines,
Flour, Pork, Bacon, Mackerel, Beef,
Irbn and nails, Hay, Oats' Rye, and
Wheat, corn, Salt, coffee, Sugars, teas
butter,, lard, Hams, Pilot and Nav3
Bread, Butter, sugar* and soda crack
ers, besides ten thousand, five hun-l
dred and seventy two articles, forming
a catalogue too numerous to particu-
larize.

u)- Job Printing executed at
this Office.


4


NOTICE,
Is Hereby Given, That at thlie
sittings of the County court, of thi
county of Duiial, to be held at the
Court-House in the town of Jakson-
-ville, on thle first Monday in October,
.i-s4,- I -hall present my geebun' and
vouchti-. for ttlement hf the estate.
of Edward M. Wanton,dec:,of which
lain Administrator, qnd that I shall
dl4s nrthe same time nmahertpplicatioi.
to the Judgeof the said county coiirt,.
or other person charged with tih du-
ties of Ordinary, for my discharge-
from n, said iTdrmninistratorship.
JAMES EDW4aRDS, .'dm'r. &c.
ar23, '44. -. '

NOTICE.
I HEREBY.eiaufion the public ag inst
tradia&. dealing, or otherwise fransacgt-
ing, anIy busie ss 1 ith one A.'vro.Ny.
FALANY, living three miles from Black,
Creek, he having kuowiinily defrauded
me of the value of th/iry-two dolIar'
and a haTf,/- Toput my neighbors and-
others on their guard against a clcaut-
I have thus giiOen this public notice.
:Jort-N SYVFERLY.
3Black-creelk, aug5, 1844.

Six months after ate, 1 will apply to
the Judlgeoftthe county court of Dval
county for a final dischar e as Adminis
trator on the estate of Marvin Bebeei
late of Duvrl county, dec-
Dee. 16. GyORGEL L- CAS1


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United States Weekly Mail,
Forn Gary's F errf, by .AIr'F;,, ,-,,.iric :
/ig. tor ,a ,.. a.l )yr : ,".'. .
Coeumb us, /sierO C.irti
11 ,:< i;., to T lh/.'Q.sw ,,


THIE si;bscribr,, im ruihnli. as lhove
a weekly imZ of to T<',r., Nf'', inrt
connect ion with the LU. ` tihr1l steoiI-

Gatrcys I ':'L. Tli Vhatl r, runnt64
S cnniilextionhin itto # Anlr!; -li,nt
to travellers iinnmediate Cdespt1ch from
the North iid \\ cst, '1hii'C gre alM
oppcri' it11ies of inmn.diate 'dt c-spatIch
frornTailahassee, in Staic s, to Quiii-.-
cy, Chaliii rooche, Pcniin-ola and 1lo-
ile. This stage laQ l q T'alLalha.se -c
every i '.dn.,/oy, at 6 o"clok, a. in.,. a -
meets thle iariivalof the .t. Nl .r/fw:.,
at Gareyvs Ferry, from S,:; cannot, ev e
ry .V.(day, at S o'clock, a. n Re- .
turnmg, .: iearey's Ferry every
.To/,. /.' .T- ...e- l;iy) at i clock, pA.i.
and ;arri'ves at Tai u.iasse every mo.a
day, at o'clozk, p. m. Distance es-
timnaied at 2 mi niles. He will uso
every efibr.t io necotnmoitndate trvae-..
lers wlo may favor Li im with ILheir pat-
ronage.
Ptretts f. .'r.
Rariey~s erry to Tallahliassee, 224
miles, ; 18 00.
Garey's Ferry to N wnansvle, 5rr
niles, 5 00.
Gar-ey's Ferry to Alligalor,86 rmile-,
. 50 '
Gar-ey s erry to Miieerial Springs_
122 iTfi., $10J~
G(.are-' F';", to Madison C. QH.
162 ml, 13 00,
_..,,iso, C. H. t-o Tt .hlasp.e, 63

L O7 ^dfinteritey i' t el, tene
cents pFn inlb "

lowed eaJch passenger. Extrnt
will be made for (extra ban.yee.-
-:: --.,-tweiVfi years of age
half-pricv .
GIEC.I.VI'. G AeSxTs.--a Coy, Es.q.S
Garey'5 Ferry; 7Thtbs J. P r*i-r', Esq.,v
Newhiansvi le; Scar rougJ, (i n tli
absence of the suhscrrinr,) Al,,ii',ior;
7',s. D Deter, E'-sq.,Mineral Sprihg.-;
J W .. nd %,.on, Andisoni t'UortHouse.
Messrs. .1,rKiinney &S Latlhm, City
Hotel, Tallahasse.
J CAR'PtR, Proricor.
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POETI'Y._
Mr. Grouardr, l ,oblrngo'ver some
-,.vestern papers, I found the'following
verses ;-they art too good to be over-
)ookt4. and their natural simplicity,
rb trt to the point. I request thir
insertimah W.A... -"
S .A Sub"riber.

COME 0UT TO THE WEST.
o.ome forth from vourn oricUes,
C ome out to The West
Ye have h ierts, ye- have hands,
Leave to iiature the rest.
Thepriirie, th forest,
The stream it rommand-
The ,otldistoo t-rowdetd-p.haw!
Come and take land.

Not only that l]abdr
i.'eward may find '
.Tis the curse of distinctions
S Tat curbeth the mind;
'7 is the rack of lfif' sun rise,
ST,. 'he: b eze pf .he 1
SThe Thoiis h< -b
S my ow, Viati.
Dih' a.'e ints-gar,-O,
Dimn cellars of crime,
Cori'upt ion's foul ale3 s,
T, Teft, famiin, and slime;
Oh, lain-er not, poor mann-
Fly swiftly and fir,
S'O caves of the dsert,
. l.-Thrice happy yi ajre!
rothr, travel the niointain,
#,And.paddle.the stream, "
The oibin an o and
The corn-p i -JiITeam m
"AA wife and six c ldlei&"-
j 'TiN 'edlth in your hand !
.our axe and your rifle-out
West and take iniid.


POLITICAL Coorr.TstaP.-The follow
ing little stoiy, 'Whih belongs to the
New York M mercury, is decidedly out
'of the best things produced during th<
late; campaign; and, inasmuch as, al
the States hereabouts have coiicludea
their labors with the pi residential con-
test, we thiak W..e shall run no risk ol
e versetiing the constitution, oritread.
ing upon the m'iost, fastidious toe in the
S universe, by. a.rding oir readers a
chance for the b4tie larty laugh into
' whic-h we were betrilye,'Xpite of the
--v muhitude of tun ts. tens.-w ld:h.,
ookl t ona 16i

Stthan fW p n seat and
WS 0 41k and dou '
look Jona Jonathan hil(h
-*.-an r l';s les ab n eg,' ,- *.nd
Sukey sit. perfect iy- l. At len it ,
Jonathan masters courage aad speak-
oth:
j Sewke .
/ -.-%We nrttn "n .
Love you like pizen add sweet-
meats.
Dew te ll.
It's a fact, and no mistake. Wi-
will- now-will you have red Sukley !
Jonathan Higgins, what am youf
polities'
.'m for Polk, straight.
S all, sir, you can walk right stranihit
huin cors 1 '%on't iht6 nobody that,
aint for Clay--that's flat.
Three cheers for the'"atillboy of the
slashes," songr out Joriat'i
tha;'s 'your sort, s- s Sukey.-
'Vhen-shall we le ny #iettan

Ahern, -4ie ..
What's, e imtter, Suk,'l
Sposhli' he niht elrted!
Jonathan didn't go a.way till next
mori'ing; but whetlhr h1' answered the
.' iast .question, Ithi d4poene knoweth
not. '
A BBruisii Dtc.E.-The present
Duke. of Camnbridg e is the son of a
king, the brother of two deceased
S-'king-s and of a living on 4nd the un-
elb e-ofthe-reignih dtm6i go great
'empire.. lie recently viritod'Glasgow,
where he was most eth usiastieall
received. -1 tvfwas plainly dressed ini
browmantitout, plhaiilen trousers, and
carried a stout walking-st'-k hin his
hand..- He is evidently in -healthrand
spirits, afit the weight of severity
years seemed to sit very lightly on him.

AREGIMRENTAL. -FAMILY.--The Em-
peror Muli-MohammedAf Morocco,
forated a regiment of htiswow sons.-
It nuhnbered 5-23 men, a pretty respe'd t-'
able sized family. .
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Mr. LEvvY in East
i the plain pursuit o1
utites----\v ith n o theT


(p The Sifperior Court for.
She county of Duval commencS'
its session in this Town next


Monday ; we lear;l
not much business
Court.


tlit there i
before thI


rvi The Hon. Judge BEo.-
SON, and Maj. BEARD, arrived in


town this morning fri
Nassau circuit. Mr. D
arrived last night.

um- The result of the
denial election.
For Mr. Polk.


Vennylvania -
New ftampshire
New York
Virginia -
3[ichianu
Georgia -
Souith Carolina -
:A. aine -
Illinois -
Indinna
L ,rJ ti i h -- "i"
Mis_.sisisppi -
Alabaa -
Arl.cttas :


For MIr.


Ohio -
( onnecticutt
Rhode HIland
Maryland
New Jers ey
North Carotiina
Kentucky


ilassucliisetts -
Delaware -
Vermont ,
Tennessee -


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'iew than the pros
c ip iness of, his fel-
'-ci r ', lie hias met witl
-Pt o yond the mos
sa.'giine e":e" -tItion-a 're
topt ion .t.xpcted and un
.-ught. & -A~ tribute has beer
I paid whichSedounds to the ho-
nor and A. mftrttnhe donors.
The faith 'l seTvant, has me&
with the rtvard due to his la.
'bbrs in thiS approving smile and
enthoiiastr-greeting of a gener;
ouspepile. The liberal of aTl
parties have extended th,
hand of frh.i,,dship and encourage.
naint to n ; party spirit ha.
I ,P.', LiP.' lle, and all have as-
'd o-,uwkob.

b. !-.rda, her j stitutions
.-;an.l p, ,,e. Mr. LEvL has
visited Alacliua, C'olumnbia
t. '.
"Benut-, aild other counties; the
subjoined letter from a ditizer
of -enton, will show the feel-
ings of the people in that see,
tion of the country :--


BENTON COUNTiY,
SNovember 17,


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'Oo. Ford of Illinois has written
an interesting letter, upon the subject
of the Illinois State Debt, in which
he denounces repudiation in the strong-
est language, and recommends ft pros-'
pective tax for the payment of the in-
terest of the debt. He presumes that
the creditors would be willing to re-
ceive an interest of three per cent.,
and this aniount he thinks could be
raised. The benefits? accrue to the
,State from the payment of thie Debt,'
he,presumes woaldt dte than pay the
debt.

[^l One of the American Repub-
lican papers .in Philadelphia has nomi-
nated General Scott arid Judge Me-
Lean as the candidates for President
arid Vice President in 1S4S.

7l TWi Ion. Joh* fluthanan,
Chief Justice of the State of Maryland,
died at W.oodIand,-Me., on the 6th inst,
in the 71st year ofhis age


i44.
1844,,


S IR :-0ur Delegate in Con-
gress, (the Hon. Mr. LEVY) ad-
dressed the citizens of this coUn-,
iy, on the 14th 1intant, at
Chuckachatta, upon topics con-
Uiected with his official relations.-


,W hen he.arri ved Uponthe ground
he Was waimly received by his
fellow citizens, and especially
by his old Alachua friends, in
.whom lhe has inspired highIT
toned feelings of love and re-
Sect, notonly as a man,but for6
andej9ai?. devotion to'
Their interests in Congress.. He
poke beteen fwdo andl three
hours dwelling at length upon
ourt probable admission into the
Union at the n-eeting of next-
Colgress ; he also alluded. to a
tinal. removal of all the Indians,
hoyw remaining in-the Territory.
Upon the so)ject ofadinission,
he briefly stated the wretched
und dangerous policy of the,


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"I think you miy friends, for the
wvart reception With which you honor
me. I return to you after a truly long.
separation: No man who has not ex-
perienced the bountiful kindness and
confidence which it has been my for-
itiit to receive at the hands of my-
friends, can realize the feelings of un-
s'peakable emotion.- that posses mer
upon finding myself again, once more,
after so long a. separation, in-the lad
of my home, in the midst of my friendss
home doubly blest t6 me by the hap-
py associations that endear it to me;
friends a'tbly dear to me for the fer;
vency as well as constancy of their at-
tachrtmt.rt I eone withi heart over-
flowing with grateful sentiments to--
wards my friends-and I come, also,
as yoQur my friends, I know' would
have me come, with all asperities dis-
missed-with all that is past forgotten;


DEMOCRATIC BANNYCa. LEV.
The of Mr. LEv
thr,?rida, has been
marked t iaemoionstirations pe.
culiar in tc3tuselves, and pre-
S. sent an rriew and strange int
Sthe ainnla ofe Florid4 politics,
Reviled! at scoffed at, bearing
*be re ,,;'" anya sin, perse-
Uted wvith unmitigated rancor
and' i:ale eence, brow-beater
and ,tf -epted at every point,
., and w lietill other means had
FREE .R.E Lo failed, th Constitutlon of his,
FRER ,TRADE Low TIES"I C to opr -
con.try broughtt to operate
No DenT; SEPARATION FROM.,
AN S; EO NOY against hTE nn, conjecture could
AN.KS .;-EioNo .y; ErEN tt-, -" .
.- v otLc, te that the day wcul
WrENT 1; A, D XV-0 XSI-T ADH+,aRE
I. ) W ADrrive w ,,n is much abused
TO THE ONSTITUTION.-JOHNT
--.. with a triumph
-- .~ ,..id completee to
JACKSONVILLE, NOV. 30, P +--he-e'nt mortify-
ati'g th his tra-
GEo. GRoUAI.Ij,.fu'rOr. rtbita
.- '.. ..h has signalized


north towards the south, and 6o
i the necessity of our entrance in-,
I to the Union with lowa, The!
- bugbear of our not being able to
* support a State Government was
completely annihilated by -the
* arguments he presented; and
r before he was done upon that
- subject, there was not one mar
r present, judging from a demohs-
n tration of their feelings, that waE
, not ready to cry out "Admis,
Ssion !"
It would be useless for m
here to dwell upon what he said
respecting a removal of the. In-
I dians, for I think it is the wish
J of every honest citizen in the
Territory, to have a speedy re-
rm al of every +eod-- maniithin
its limits; and by so doings, pre"
vent them from again staining
1 their hands, which are but scarce-
t ly dry, in the blood of' out' Wo-
f men and children. Mr. Levy
* thought in, the event of our bI-
Coming a State, together with a
* removal of the Indians, that outr
country would soon- be flooded
Switch emigrants from various por-
- tions of the Solthbern States,
and elsewhere. Mr. L. conclu-
ded amidst the apphicdings of
the assembly, anrd was soon on
his .war to fill other appoint-
mnents. Among other matters,
She complained of loosing a good
many bills, or their rejection in
Congress for the 'sole reason of
our not having a member in the
Senate. He carries with himi
the well wishes of the people of
Benton.
S .A Citizen of PtBion.,
S. :. .

gustine, fiorr lack Creekv or.
WediHesday, the 2C0t. i i
ineeting with his old friends ill
St. Augustine, after mote tian
two year's absence, was- otne
of esteem and Unmitigated con-
tidence- The youig r~en re-
Smembered the companion, of
their yofith, and the old citizens
welcomed with joy, the friend
Who had stood by them in ad-
vetsity, and had watched with
persevere ing i dusty over their
advancement and prosperity.
At Iheir meeting, Mr. Lwvy
made the following pathetic ad..t
dress:- '


- A letter from Havana, dated the
26th ult states tIat American flour
was pouring in, &nd found sale at $1;
a barrel.


9[-Y A young wife ar Lowell, Nam
has presented her husband with
children in eleven monthg.An.
editor asks, 'who can *at"
the name of Bedlam, ns
to beat iti '2- i

A VISrBLE SrGN.---'t-*" iay
school examination, a few t d4:.
a little girl being asked byhte,
chiser 'what is the outw& 't-
form in bsptism,'. innocent
'Please sir, the baby: '

Louis- Philippe's children, nrain
children sdits:in-law atd daughter.t&-
vtw, amount to 2g. jn number, ..
their united age s,
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dity, the jury. iBe a f the Unite.
States vs. theA17" & Bank of thI.
United States, rendered a vWrdiet fe
the defendant, '

[-t Fo6uri'er sai -,rr
woald not be destrl
years had passed wa..


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Lwih all that was wounding forgiven
'with a spirit for conefliation, a -
cwish for Union. I see here p
some who have ohce been arf
,1aguirvst inc. It is as I would '
1,to be. I lender to all my
throuaXh you, my friends, th I
Branch of peace, and 1 ,h-iallen,
to a burinl of all past griefs.
'selves, my friends., in return fo thl
cordial greeting, I give you all I a1 Y
to offer-my whole heart with all i ,
gratitude-with all its sincerity a)l
atfeclion-with all its devotion t
you and our common country.

7c- Tho Provincial Parliart
Canada will assemble in Montrealonh
the 2Sth instantib- This body wil' "
composed of eighty-four meinbeW.
rwhomn seventy-eiht are already
tted. Of these, forty-four are co40ft
votivesz twenty-four radicals, _a,
televin of doUibtful position.

There are 13 newspapers publishe4'1
at present in Wisconsin territory-5 .
whig, t democrats, I abolition apd i|
neutral. This speaks well tf, theGiR
future prospects of this rich andnrtiie
territory.

P The petptdfNe4rmnpshire,
'to whom, at the ".-.t. tpn, wa
referred the question abolishin
capital punishtritd atg d '
against the measure' "- .
'[C Aniong the presents b
by Lotdis Philippe to tfli Quee,
a beautiful miatute catife for
Prince of Wales.


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The Nttioital Sabbath t"j'PventA"
will convene in Baltimore t Wedne
day', the 27th of this inotli. ee-
gates are expected ftom all parts of'
lht- Union .


The Hiberiit Oens,' the cot
wliich figured g opri ady in th
second Philadd riea .ave bI
disbanded.

S, -AR CGon--The present im
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2d day of November 1794, and there1
fire completed his fiffktf, year
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"Doctor," said genteni-in who
was notorious for laziness in genidral,
and slov'enlinessof person in particu-
lar "Doctor I have tried everything I
cain possibly think of for the rheuma-
tismn, and without the least avail."--
The doctor, after .having surveyed
him for a moment, indiiired if, he had
ever tried a clean' shirt.
0^- There is a lady living in the
vicinity of Fleriingsburgi Kentucky,
who his attained to the reniarkable
heigiiht ofseven feet four inches. Slhe'
is towering among the Ande, and na-
piring to snuff th6 breeze upoii those
high elevations. A western editor
says he iouid be reluctant to hhtve
her, for a wife, for his kisses ttwld
be rare*
rt[ eath ind l closes ft man'1
reputation aind determines it as good
or bad."
GooD OLD AGE.-There is how in
Wales, a nian 120 years old, arid one
in Bristol, Englalid, 169 y3,rs oild.
NOTICE.
All persons arid hereby it forwarned
against prchlasiiiq jor receiving either
of two iotes, held by C. Tay,'r : bf En-
terprisce Lake Moiii, b, oiie dated 1842
fo, $1r43 1, 4Ind one in June for $4.)
Against .itiej as I have paid their full
tuQiont'o b lii. I have so ie tei seasons'
t^*^(elie tha he-nl-v-pass them ofR

e04IiteiiA.y c&o&se to del i er the soid
flibs iI me, I shall biakie ll due ac-
lI- >wl. :Jment t'd him in this paper.
H. A, CRANE.
.\oremf -r. 27. 1814.


^ kV1^KBBCft AM M R. U ft.
T y. AUGUSTINE.
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At a-i tmg of the friends t.'
lo.. -lavy, delegate fromhi Flori.a
cononed at Col Gue's Longe Room,
&. ,or the purpose or e xress;ng their ap-
.+. lx'obatK'ao| mitinguishod ser-
V,,.IY -.P., dhe lifon'. E. .
tId iyoul call to the
,..li. .ontiane, and
*.1, Ii appointed Secre-
-'-* w..--*w wlllw"lS~pV-
to _tl_ Ater a brief and pertinent
S? sexmation of the object of the meet.
ing by the chairman and& others, the
S following resolutions were adtpted :
/ >' ,Resolved, That atea slight testimo-
Sny of our respedt ad iadi Minished
confidence, we th1 friends a"nd con.
,, stituents of the Hoft b. Levy, do
Tender to him a.Barbecite, to be given,
S a, t atitAe ind place to be hereafter de-
Ssignated by himset. "-
R^' esoa)S That a committee .of' ten
S be appointed toaddress a. note t Mr.
,, //evy, requesting his acceptance of the

/. Resolved, That a committee of thir-
<.teen b6 appointed by the chairman
to make such arrangements as may
be n icessary to carry out the VievWs
,of this meeting.
Resolved, That in the everit of Mr,
Levy's acceptance, the committee of
i. arrangements give public notice of the
Slimeand place selected.
Resolved, That the thanks pf the
+ meetingg be tendered to Col. Gue for
S. "the gratuitous use of his room on
tthis evening.
Rcvolved, Thai the thliaiks of this
meeting be tenddred to the Hon. E.B.
Gould, the thairman,- for the efficient
manner in which he has presided.
(3" A prilitical journal out west
charges that five ladies atone of the
recent elections, dressed themselves
1ip idioats, pantaloons, vest Iats e n
s .i; other male h;,hiimneis,, iid
S tius itnired, proceeded to the poI J
aud voted the ticket of thIl oppo.1itc
p ty ,


0"!i.riti 6 8. islle
By virtue of a wrd t "of f'i '" iued
fiom the office of the tJ'itk df th1.
Superior Cori' f6r Duvrli county,
East Dit 6r FlObrida; I Will xpos.e t 1 .
piblie sale t ih frobt of thethpu'lihou-e
in the towh t'f JantkOmi'lli, ni the
first ,lbouday df.lDceipibr iext, be-
tweeli thflurs of 10 aid 2 o'cothk
A j "- ,, W ild 1O' l c
of tht iyi; alli the right title, antid i-
lerest of William B. Hart in and to
that ertlaifi housee, nnd litMtuatcd iii
the Tow'n of Jacksoivillej the same
niw occupied by t' .-'t ty Ross:
As6, a inulattbe boy, d slut'e, iamie.I
Levwis, atbut 7 years old. The san,
haviie, bean le-.ied onr tb satisfy 3
judnetit In fivor f Frederi'ck Barth-
clow,; ts. W n: I3. rtt: ..
S JO1N BEARO ,lar'hal;, -
: 'y H R BLANCHARD, D M.
-Nov 2'44.
.7t.?.shAL'.s S.tLd.
By v-irue "df ,i ,: ri: 6f filri faciaxs-
issued fi brlt."%be t tieL'f o6f tih cle' 0ekof.
tl e titeriti" Court of D, tai i cotltlv,
Easterk-DistrIct of FIdjriti,; lind l d e
--re- 4f the said curt, "t -1 expose to
, itu .. .,i f ftbtetof t i. ~ho,,ibulls"-.
dor., i1 Jaiiksoh of October next, between ilthe hours of
10 & 2 o'clock of that dmty; the follow-
ing sia-es, to witi .!' ary arid h'er twoi
children, Wtillit aidd Loui'.a, Barack,-
Gilbert, P '.,j arid her child Join, Ji.,.
and Beck, thb sa-he levied upon by Vir-
tue of Rid wirit, and to be sold to iat
isfy a judigreht agihi st. Edward H.
ains, in fav6r 6f John i. L'Engle, As-
signee.r jyonN BEARhb, _,rshal, "
,Per H. R. Blaincliard-, D ,1.


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TO ,REN'
ThE nrew Diwdlini House, with two
lots of land'aftfached, next west of Col.
1. D. HA'rts,'finished in oupe'rior styte,
with tin large rooms^; ght fire-places
folding doors pdantries, closets, 'c.,
w'fh kitchen aftd oqdbWTildiigs complete'
-the houo. is welf calculated for a
genteel residence o"r private boarding;
Possession given 1st November.
Apply to BARNAD, & FARRAR,
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"k -[. Corn mtu uicated.
Mr. Editor. Permit me through thi(
medium of your paper, t'o correct a
statement of the late election, held in
Mosquito Conntyt as reported in the
St. Augustine News of Ntv. 16. The
result is as follows :-Hart q20 Putnam'
29, Summerli 27' Scott 28, Whig-.
Brozairt ili, SatcCfte9, Carkr 6, Dell
6, Loco; (Senators.) Dr. A. S Speer
received 22, and C; Taylbr 18 for Rep-
resentative.
This is corirect.--I would state (for
thie information of the Ed:: News) that
his ifidrmannt knowingly reported th-at
which he knew to te fiWst, and have
no doubt but that h- is the same per-
son, who indirectly refused to convey
him the official returns
Yours, iti haske5


I. O. o0. F.:
The Third aa celebration
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of Florida Loduee No. 1, will
take place in Jaksoiiille, on0
Monday, Dei.C 8C .
oAn address, will be delivered
by BRrothdf H. ,r.OL,.ND"; P
G., in the Presbytorian Church,
at 1-2 past 1.1 .o'clock,, a, ,U)
The .menibrs-, of Kelnendy"
Lodge, 9No. 2, arid all transient.
brethren in good, standing with
theit several lodges, aie respect.-
fully solicited too-0o-operate.
IThe public are invited to at,-
tnd-. The pews in t!i .west of
the church ate reserved' 'Tor la4.
dies; thd centre pews for the
order ; and thioseafthe east, ad-o
the gallery, for gttleine., .1
Members are expected to a
pear in full rigah .-,
CYRUS BISEE, P. G. I
S 0G1: GROtUARD, P. PG
A I DAV1S H PLL,- ( .
oinmittee.
ileiionville E. F;; F ov. i;, '44-
L,0 -0.'
I. O.-O; F.
THE Regulair Mleetlings of Fiod a
Lodge, No. 1, will hreiafterbi held in
the New hadge Buduig, every Thurs-
day 6vinitig, at 7 o'clock. A punctu-U
il dttendane' of tlie meibdrs is re-
quested, By order ofthe N. G.
A; Di HALL, Secretary.
Nov. t '44. .

.Adinitilstfiaior's Noice
All persons hon'sh- dematnds igqnstin
th8 estate of Ale. Parish, lateof co-
lumbi couhtiy deceased; ate hereby
required t6 present thl;., legally at-,
testd, witliih theiiin e prescribed by'
law; or t is notice will be prladed, in
bar of their recovery ;ind all persons
indebted to the same will lake ium-
rnediate piiyin-ent to(' .
W\. C. PAiR.isiH adninistrator-
Foat Callcc rdv 9 9

LIQUORS.
I rrA', jlist received i prime assort.
, heit of 1"'ji R S, C, III-
- rsi ng ," '-- -
Brmhdi ,
Old oigahela Whis eyj
TMadeira,
Januaica Rm, i
Port Itie,
ePach Brandy, d "
i-olland GiU hl.
Shrub &f., Which I will selfldio for cash, at
my store in Jaeksoinville.
.:. GEO. D MILLER.
A u .J F ?.


S s
:Wt ifb oid at Publie Auc-

WiLL socd ate
tion on tihe 1st Mo Anday ,rf De-
icember next,' and continued
et ety re ejii }*,n rt 6r u r'ing
the session of Court, at my Auc-
I -f Court)
idn dind Conimission Store, the
611owing articles, "iz-- :
-. i4 pairs boy's boots
- ,6 do tneh's.calf ."
36 do pegged
36 do kipp ,
h0 do russetts :
S50 do brogues
1.5O doipp-
0'0 do misses boots
50 ladies buqkskini ,
30 do pegged straw. pped
30 db d,6 .
", 24 do peqfged6 broguese
2 ( d01, lac boots) ,- ,
30 do children's wedged lacC
7+do woiMn~msties'
2'1 ,<1o ditt b,,cksinus ,
24 do clhildren's Iced shoe
40 do hien s cilf oule&
12-4 pe. g__< .
do -ladies' slIps
24 do velvet ganiters
24 -4o boys C H brogue
j4 do kip
2 do children's shoes
24 do ladies city Husks.
(4 do women's slips
24 do youth's kipp brogues
14 do child s gaiters
2 do ditto slips
,1 do women's busks. ,
21 do nien's waiters
46 ladies seal ties
4 do men's slippers
l do Wonenh colored dd.
S dozen bdack..coney hats
I do fashionable uangliar
S1 do tri ols1ki 1
1 do sports ,.
I I do titskrdit ;
5 do plain selet taps :
S1 do o lazed ,
1 do Iack glazed
1 dd niltural inu.krat
i do men's cloth glazed
1 do wide briiimid h.Iits "
24 do colored gaiters .
12 do 'youth's-kipp brog-i
12 d1o C H dit0o "
i4 do clild s peged .
I-" IiiIt me },rle bog, c...... .-- :- .'
12 ,0 EIllsler'.s
12 do wom6e's busks- ,
12 do ditto boots
24 do ilpii's gaiters
25 do ladie seal tied '
.1 b d o io men's ditto
12 dopel bskto
12 do pegged
,20 do slip -
L QUERS.
* ..*> t T 1
A prime assort meili, coiprsisig-
Brandies
Old Monongahela
M\ladeirt .
Jamaica Rumri
Claret ih me .
Pear-h Brandy f-
Holland Giui + -
a Shrub, &C,, &c. .
Md. Gin
Santa -ruz Rum
woodenn athd Brass clocks.s.
20 thsandit- Segars
20 decaitere
1 billiard table


6 A large assortment of g6od 6tobatecod
A splendid lot 6of Dry Goods ; these(
goods may be bougrit previous to the
sale, nearly at cost. My object t'
selling the.m is, tiat I expect to d(
better business.
GEO. D. MILLER.
Jacksonville, Nov 28, 1844.


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-RETit &t 1HsaP- AH1 ^
the. dfidflSti 1nH in
nae exteidd :Med s. h iml'RI rr:
,-Peetl,uli.-, t Wtc~t tq opm"W.,t!O4,.O!AW~
,snei u~tiysiircftNIal~ tm)u.^: i4.r,


.mVets aund pihtHii lt
ihem, Al i tite bes' 1 0 .I11 9 .ew
atyse dr Newd


y- 4 a,1+ L
+104 td reis c'd t.h;
Veits, hid dihds

-1t, I t ff, A h ; ki d'


A choie 'vatisty tP'ille ,'dtfdsi
-4. ,1 i .' n I.C,

iaiid borla.e; .tbr LAd t 'es r #..
Liarc- e a'nd small Fiah. .i' l' ,rind
Handkierchiea, bf .tp-l t litly.
Caps Ibr l'adie, and fipi lit j- chil-
dren. .
Freiih 116 An bric, ukdhfs. -
'ilk ieikriio Gld;m ind hd
siery: ..:^
LAt grea [rfettitlipptiid s olarsl;
Laces aind ctffs.
'T"uhlles, of evver 1ftltbiptidnn
','o all "f Which he iivii4l ltii ih i ienY
tion of the public NtI! 2 '44


M~khal'$ ~~:~t~:


lae eThle-si p Libepa
=,: -l o r.. ,
lairc' et i, polle a .
hie clrction polledt a co^|


in a few counties.


( ntThe Gratid Jdr of Haricock
inty have found indictments against
[ght of the murderers 'f? the Smiths,
and seven or eight of the Mbrmonh9
who destroyed the 'ririting press in
Nauvoo-thuiis enforcing the laws
S- against mob violence, whether perpe-
treated by Mormons or alnti-Mormons.
Burke says: "the shallowtest un.
derstanding, the rudest hand, is mitore
than equal to the tak of pulling down
Sand destroying. Folly a d rage can
ilapidatd irfiore in halt an hour than
isdom, deliberation and forecast can
..lild in many years."--The advocates
b(the mob, against the administration
"f justice, should ponder on this sen-
i lament. -
-hBATH IN TSUE PULPITrr.-ThE Rev,
io. ^Una Cmir, a Baptsst minister ih
.j .HKell dad in the pulpit on the
th in June last after preach-
se words: "Verily, ve'rily
A.the .our is edoming,
fl^-h the d4ea shad eA
the$ St-bf GC.o4 ,,^

rng rishmnan ho "had
,, bhe was but nineteen
eqqrpidifog of the tifi-.
*iRis shrly marriage 'ad
.. t- him, said he would never
Sy so youtwg again if te lived to
-a Methusalem.
: ,' i^ ,
', ^!' -Chinee having beefA ;Aritro-
i W toSito aa A Ef'yri'ar who wore boots,
^ ^ ted that -the- gentleman- stood up
-. :' oa littleleather casks.
!he. -%-


lNoticeL ..
On tie last Moida hii Janauary
next; I will exposed to sate, at public
aiftion, iIn frbht- of th6e court-hou0se in
Jacksonville, all the lands no6w belong-
ing to bie estate of Francis Richard,
Late of Durval county, deceased, lying
on the east side of St. John's river, in
the neighborhdod of :Pbttsburg creek,
in said codunity. Terms made known
on the day of said.
ROBt BIiGEiLOW
Exdcutor of the last will and testa-
mnent of F. Richard, dec.
Nov 30


Sept 1, '44 .
P3- Above sakte
veember first.
Postpoined tV Is
cember.


postponed to No-
oct 7
A lonidhy in De-
nov 9


*M1arsh-l's Salte.
By'vniue of a .rit of fi. fa, Issud
from thi office o" the lerk of tilhe
Super iorCutt Thi Duval dcomity, East
Dist of Florida, to ihe directed and
deliverEd, I will expose to public s-te
Siri frtat of the court houiise in thd town
of Jacksonville, on the first Mondiy tof,
December next, between the hou-rs of
10 :iid 2 o'clock-of that day, ft Negro
woman, ti slavte, hnned llYary, abti
25 years old, levied 6n as the prolMty
of Johrt M J Bowden, the Defendant
niamied in the said writs, and to be
sold to satisfy.the same, one of rwhichl
is in finavor of John Beard, jr, and Ma-
ry Avery, Administrators, the otl*ir in
favor of Moniqapue Ward. k
JOHN BEARD, Marshal..
.: By H R BiLANCiaAiD, -i,
Nov. 2, 44. .
.w .


E' r BOD tT.V HERE.
it1fi ,riber h|i rettirned and
settled himself .in this town with ni
assortiment of Ready made Clothing,r
consistitig of Coat.O, P1ats, Vest-Y,
Shirts, Drawers, Under-shirts, Hotat,
Caps, iand aH articles usually kept by"
an establishment o'f the kind. : His
goods being mfianufaitured ulder his
owi inspection. h'e is eiabled to sell
at moderate prices with a full asur-
ance of pleasing. He' hias also oIL
hand a few pieces o'f Cassamere and
Sattineft, which hlie Is prepared to
make t.o-rd& aidd fits wivarrmanted.--
Anry q e wanted, and which I
have not,oih hand, car be procured nt
short notite from Savannah. Pur-
chas "s"r l-ifivitt'd td call aid exam-
ine bl'fbron6ffclu a'ig tleir -bargains
els*h~iee." (Eo.D...FISnaER
Nov. 9. Bay street.


.jEWSP3PER L.ifW.
The law island so the courts decide,
that the pe'rsort id whom a paper is
sAt is responsible for the payment, if
hie receive the paper or ake use of jit,
eie'n though he peer subscribed for it.
His duty ii such case is not to take
the paper from the office or place
where it is left, but to notify the pubA.
lisher that he dots not wish for it. If
papers are sent to a po't office, store,
tavern, or other place, and are not ta-
ken tiy the' perso'a to whom they are
Pjct, the' postmaster, store or tavern
eeper, &Sc., is respo'trsible for the pay-
minent unless te himinediately gives no-
tice to tA' publisher that they Tare Rot
takeni from the office or place where
they fr'e sent. Post Office Regula-
tions, page 90, section 116i "In every
instance in which papers thait ome to
your office are not taken otUt by the'
person to whom tli,y arfe ahat, you
will give- immediate notice of it to the
publisher, adding the reasons, if known
why the papers' r6 not taken.Aot."
Remittances by Mail.--'A poist-
master inay enclose monw*i4i a lett6r_
to the publisher of a newspaper, to
p0, the subscription of a thhrd person,
and' frank the letter, if written by' him-
self."


vc


M. ffrfrhar Sale.
By virfiW i.tl of fi. fa. issued
fro'rri the office of thle clerk of t44u.,
perior court in Duval county, Eastlrn'
Dist of Florida, I will expose to pub-
, lic sale, in front of the court house, in
the Town of Jacksonville, on the first
Monday of December next, bet*ren
the ours of 10 and.-2,o'clock of that
day, a negoro womaft- named :20 y
-and her child, slave,- tihe property of
Thomas Ledwith, levied upon and.to.
be sold to satisfy saitwrit whi'h .Ji -
.vor of Rodney DoTrmf, v-s. H H "i.l-
ips.
JO'N BEARD, Marshal, ...
By H R Bla caCHRD, D f.


A CARD.
MiRs. HATCH tenders her thinks
to tihe inhabitants of Jacksonville, and
vicinity, for the efficient aud unremit-
ted patronage she lihds received from
them for nearly three years, and hopes
she shall ever be disposed to remem-
ber the many flattering manifestations
of their coiidence in her.
She begs leave to'inform her friends
that she shall continue her school, for
the present, and respectfully solicits a
continuation of their patronage.
Jacksgnivile, August 15, 1844.


lD" Job Printing executed at-


, this Office,


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Floyd, H H
(
'n ce, R C--,
.'^*-ilLa~n, Vi

Ilarri. Jul-a A -A
Harris, Win ,S
Harris, Timothy

Johnson, Chna--2

Lamee, Lewis

,Manahan, Jas
Mclntosh, Affey
-; intosh, Jno
McKendre, Lem
I
Norris, Amelia

Priest, Wm

Rowse, S A


THOMAS


I HAVE


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LAW NOTICES.

'CH.dRLES S. RFTTLSCH,
ATtORNSYro ANh COUNSELLOR.
June 9. taingtofny D. -c.








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jGEO: GROUARD,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE--JACKSONVILLE.
COURTS held on the first Saturday of
every month.
.G eneralbusinessconnected -.with the
'duties of the office transacted upon ap
;plication. _Mar. 30.

Sh.oriff's Sale.
By virtue of sundry writs of fieri
faciasas, issued from the oitice of the
Clerk of the County court of Duval
,county, to me directed and delivered,
I will expose to publi,. sale in front of
rthe court house in Jacksoivdtile,'in sairi
'county, on the first Mornday of Decem-
ber next, milatto girl, aged (ibout 11
years, nameed Rose, pointed out. for le-
:vy by the Attorneys of the Plaintiff's
;.-as the property of Jane Streeter, de-
ceased, and to be sold to satisfy the
said writs, one of Which. is in,favor of
.Andrew D Wood, one in favor of
Francis Germane and another in favor
of. John C Pelot, 'Administrator ..and
all um-ainiist John W. Herbert, Adm'r.
_H R BLANCHARD,
..,Nov 2, '44. Sheriff, D C.
Marshal's Sale.
By virtue of a writ of h, .fa. issued
from the office of the Cleric of the
'Stperior court in Duval-county, E D
.'of Florida, to mne directed and deliver-
ed, I will expose to public sale in front
of the courthouse, in the 'town of


_


'Jacksonville, on the fist _Monday of
December next,; between thie hours of
10 and 2 o'clock of that day, a negro
Sboy, a slave, named Iaac,abbut 10
years old, levied onby virtue of said
writ, ard to be sold to satisfy a jud_-
nient in favor,0f Calvin Read, against
William Hagan.
JOHNBEARD,'Marshal,
,By H R Blanchard, D.M
Nov 4'44. .

NOTICE.
All persons whoi have any demands
against the estate ofHenry B.ararljr.
late of Duval county, de'Mu.ed. are re-
quested to present them without de-
'layto. the undersig ned, or hier attor-;
ney, Willianm F, Crubtree ;and allper-
sons iminbted to such estate, .are re-.
quested ,to' nmake prompt payment of
same to her said attorney.
H'HENRIETTA BARNARD.
Jacksonville, Nov. 2, ..4.
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to the estate
Sof JOHN WEEKS, ate of Coluimbia
county, dec., are retested to present
ihem duly authenticated within the
ti-ie prescribed by law, or they wil
.be barred. And all those indebted to
Said estate, will pleanie to comei;for
waird and make imniediate payment to
THEOPHILTS WEEKS, Adm'r,
-/Alligator, Columbia ('ty., Nov. I.


PROPOSALS


' FOR carrying the mails of the
United States, from the 1st January,
1845, to the 30th June, 1847, on the
following routes in FLORIDA, wili
be received at the Contract Office of
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PURIFY THE BLOOD.

SMOFFAT'S


VEG ET ABLE LIFE PILLS
AND


Remaining in the P'sti Offcc, Jack-
sonville, E. F, Oct. ., 1844. Pnro.s
enquiring for letters in ihe fillowitug
list will please say they te adver-
ui

A.
Ae ker, Jamer,




(; Felix

t ratie, AmgyA
D.a
Dav, S.unueo


flerrtc Amay

D.o

Dny I(Tr GcoO
petllont, Jnmes
Di l,-ers, Jarn
Drggers, r-


TV&
s
ieg
- 2 .
- '2 :*


JAMES W. BRYANT,
-,.TTOR' YEY AIT LAIW,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Will attend promptly to any business
in the Eastern Di.mrrt-It;`! orida. In-
,formation in reference to Land claims,
and general matters will be given by
application in person or by writing.
Address, "'Jacksonville, E. F,."

LAW NOTICE.
G. YALE, mill attend the Superior
lourt in the District of. East Florida,
andthe court of Appeals at Tallahassee
Letters on business may be addressed,
to him at Jacksonville, or to R. G.
Livingston, at Newnansville, E. F.

JOHN P. SANDERSON,
-ATTOR NEY AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW.
'HAVI.NG ,permanently established
himself at Jacksonville, will attend the'
.several courts of East Florida. Any,
business thatmay be emUtsted to his
-care will receive prompt attention.
Jacksonville, Duval co., Dec. 16.

NW. M. IVES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL practice in the several courts
'0f the Eastern district of Florida.-
'Conveyancinf,, investigating titles and
,other professional business, promptly
and accurately attended to.
AdL-de's, St. Augustine, E. F.

Thos.' Telfair Long,
A for.yey and Co ia[h r at Law,
Will attei t'the Superior- eotirts in
,.the several counties of the 'Eastern
District. Office, Jacksonville, E. F.


Acosta, QCA C
Andrews, Jo

Burnsides, James
Barrs, Ethcd---2
Bram, Mary

(Cooker, ltiartv
( ,iti,.,n, Red Mict

Dure, -Leon H
Dancy, tol F L
)o!rmon, Julica
Drleinmond, N G
Drysdale, John


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e


testify for them, and they thrive not by the faith of
e ht


their fruits; their good works
credulous.


.djf ctiot / *Athe Bla r and
ntyma.
Kiute n Crni hemtim
BILIOUS e VEy RS and
LIVER COMPLAINTS.
In the south and west, where
these disea*&Tievail, th@y will
be found invalo.2ie. Planters,
Farmerst and other, who once
use these Medicines will never
afterwards be witho.ut.them.
Bi'ous Chkolic and Brous Lo.#-
ness.
Biles.
,Cotiveness.
-Colma azid Cought
Coolie.
CONSUMPTION. 'Used
with the greatelaceu i this
disease.
Corrupt Hnumors.
Dropf'es. .at
DYSPEPSI No person
with this distresi g ,,disease
should delay usiag these me4i-
..cine immediately.
Eruptionti qfMtee SA'i.
FIadt sa..m
Srnema r


IN ALL CASES OF
PEK V 541 RB ft AG U IT B
For this courage of the western
country these medicines will be
found a safe, speedy, and certain
remedy.' Other medicines leave
the system subject to a return of
the disease-a cure by. these medi-
tines is permanent. Try them be
satisfied, and be cured.
Foulnss oJ the Complexion.
GENERAL DEBILITY.
Go~d.
Giddines.
CGranel.
Headaches, f every kind.
Inward Fkver.
Inflammatory Rheumatism,
Impur e Blood.
,Ja undlice .
Loss of Appetite.
LIVERa COMPLAINTS.
Leprosy.
Loosenes.
MERCURY IAL DISiEAS-
E S. Never fails to eradicate en-
tirely all the effect of Mercury
infinitely sooner than the inost
powerful preparation of Sarsa-
p.rilla.
Night Sweats.


tlU i-ost, v.tice C.uepartm ent, nl 1tile 'i
City of Washington, until 9 o'clock,
P.M. of the 2d day of December, 1844, ya
to b--- eciled by the 7th day of the
same month. '
No. 3530. From Alligator to Blunt's -
Ferry, 35 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Alligator ,every Monday at
6 a. m .; arrive at Blunt's Ferry same ".
day 7 p. m.
Leave Blouni's Ferry every Tuesday
at 6 a. rnm.; arrive at Alligaton same .
day by 7 p. m. ..
3531. From Pilatka to Enterprise, .4
(on the St. John's river,) 125 miles
and back, once, a week, in sttambo:its
or packets.
Lea-ve Pilatka every Tuesday at =
5 a. m. ; arrived at Enter-prize next" '
day 6y p.m.
Leave Enterprize every Thursday -
at 6 a. m. ; arrive at Pilatka next day a
by 6 p. m. .
Proposals for service once in two
weeks will be considered--also for
once a month. Z
3532. From Pilatka, by Orange
Creek, Fort King, Warm nring, F'ot
Dade, and .Fort Foster, to Tampa, 155
"miles and back, once a week, ,
Leave,.Pilatka every Tuesday at 5 :'
a. m.; arrive at Tampa next Frida, -
by 7,p. m.
SLeave Tampa every Tuesday at 5
a. m.; arrive at Pilatka next Friday
by 7 p. m.
3533. From Wacahoofle, by Emath-
la, Fort izard, Homossassa, Annutiliga
and Chocochatie, to Fort Dade, 105
miles and back. once a wveek.


Nervous DebWity.
Netvous Comlaints, of a W ki%
Organic ffections.
Palpitation of the Heart.
Pamter's Chotie.
P IL E S .-The original proprie
tor of these medicines was cured
of piles of to years standing by
the use of the Life Mediacinet
alone
Paim in the head, tide, back,
linmb, joints, and organs.
RHEUMATISM .-Those 0
flicted with thia terrible disease
will be sure of relief by the Life
Medicines.
Rush f Blood to the head.
Salt Rheuam.
Sw.eU ings.
SCROFULA o KINGo'S
EV IL, in its worst forms.
.Ukcer qf every description.
W OR MA of all ktand, are effee-
tually expelled by these medi-
eines, -frents will do well to
administer them whenever their
existence is suspected.-Ralief
Will be. certain.


F.


G


H.
Hogan, Z
iHouston, John


1


And thus remove all d iese o&M the system.
A single trial will place the L If E P I L L S and P H N I X I I T T E R S beyond the reach of con.-
.e o i"Prth tiatin e eley patL AI.orPATi33
"t en hite wrape and labels, together wft a ampeet, allei
"oat', Good Samaritan," containing the diretio, ., on wh. hv a salfngusTerappersand aaritans
ecnihte' ,o those ho prourethe withthe whitewrappersdcan beassured that they are
euine Bs Carela, and do not buy those with yelow wrapper,; but you do, be that th
ireet ft-a as, or don't touch them.


J.

L.
Lykes, Jessee W
M.
Merrill, Nath F
Mang'ram, Minerva
Nloe er, Wm
McArty, S
N.
P.


f


O. HOLMES, & CO.,, Agents,
Bay Street, Jackso'nville, E. F.


an-g 3


Phillips, H H
R.
Riehard, M A


NOTICE TO MARINERS

JAMES DELL, Esq., 'Collector
of the Port of Jack. nville.


Richard, Frances iRowe, Edw
S
Saunders, WH G Simmis, Jas
Saunders, Mary E


... .. . .... :, H m
*Leave Wacahootie every Monday JUST received by the -,h. Hero-
at 6 a. m.; arrive at Fort Dade next ine, from New York, a nexw trVs'lply of
Wednesday by 7 p. min. H TS, C./PS, BOOTS 4- SIHOES.
Leave Fort Dade every Thursday at Ladies Colored Kul Slippers.
6a. m.; arrive at Wac.hootie next Nen's Fash-w e Slippers.
Saturday by 7 p. m. GENTLEMENS BOOTS ; a superior
3534. From St. Augustine, by New article of all sizes.
Smyrna, St. Lucie, and Miami river, Gentlemen's and :Ladies gaiter Boots.
to Key West, 600 miles and back, Men's thick Shoes.
twice a month, in steamboats or pack- Boys boots and shoes.
ets. Children do.
Leave St. Augustine on-the 1st and Boys boots.
15th of each month; arrive at Key Ladies walking shoes.
West in seven days. ,_Misses shoes. "I
Leave Key West on the 8th and 23d Pumns, of every description.
of each month; arrive at St Augu,- Ia iiws dress l s
tine in seven days, i|., .U-. -... '...
353.5. Froti" Enterprize to Nev Negro boots and shoes.
Smyrna, 30 miles and back,. once a And every paIttern of fashionable
week. and coarse boots and shoes.
Leave Enterprize every oThursday, A1,S o,
at 6 a. m.; arrive at New Smyrna A splendid assortment of
same day by 6 p. mr .a s e o
Leave New Smyrna every Friday at Latest New-York Fashions
6 a. m ; arrive at Enterprise same day 4. S ;
by t6 p.m. A chosen variety, to suit all tastes
3536,. From Newnansville, by Ca- and all prices, and many other articles
sonville, to Cedar Keys, 90 miles and in this line, too numerous.to mention.
back, once a week, in.steainbloats and Octl9 GEO. D. MILLER,
two-horse coaches.
Leave Newnansville every Thurs- NOTICE TO-TR.3VELLERS.
day at 6. a. m. ; arrive at Cedar Keys A SLENDID Four Horse Troy Coach
next day by noon. l now running ,,t i een St. dugustine
Leave.Cedar Keys every Friday at in P iolata, carrying the U. 8. sMail
... .. ~~~Iand.,P11colata,, cearryingteUi.Jti
1 p. m., arrive at Newnansville next and connecting with ,the -Savannah
day by7 p.m. steamboats.
... Leaves 'Picdlata every Monday, on
the arrival 6f the Steamer St. Mat-
NOTES. tlews.
No proposal will be considered, un Leaves St. Auffustine every Tuesdly
less it be accompanied by a guarantee L,,7 'clok, A. M., arriving at Picolata
signed by one or more responsible per- % ime to connect with the St. Mat-
Ksons in the following manner, viz: thews, carrying the U. S. .all 'to
The undersigned-- guaranfies Savannalh and nitermedia;ite ports.
that '---if 'his bid for car.iryin the The Line will leave Picolata 'on the
.mairfrom- to ----be accepted by arrival of any other steamer, and leave
ihe Postlmaster General, shallenter in- St. Au-guitinein time for her return
to an obligation prior to the 15th day" from Plda(l:f'.
of February next, with good and suffi- Fare $250 :-
cilent sureties to perform the service For Seats or other information, ap-
proposed." to B. .CRRR, St.. Augustine, or
This should be accompanied by the H. T. CU1M il NG,
certificate.of a Postmaster, or other _]. Vec.16. t Picolata.
equivalent testimony, that the guaran- .
tors are men of property, and able tp TEhI ITORY OF FLORIDI,
make good their guairant y. DUVaL cov1rTV, ss.
'The proposal should be sent to the in the Courtof John Middleton, Esq, a
D partment sealed, endorsed "-Propo- -Justice of the "Peacein andfor Said
saless for Route.No. ---, and addres- Court, to October Term, 1814.
sed to the First Assistant Postmaster Sarah Allison, vs. Thos. Jeff. Smith.
SGeneral, .-..;suiii.nt in Attachinw/l.
S For the pro6hibiiion of bilds resiiulting )-Debt claimed, $48 and interest.
From combinations, and the terms and Bond and 2 securitiess, $1200.
conditionson which the contract is to Notice is iereby given of the com-
be made, see the last annual advertise- -,encement of the above entitled suit
i; ment. by attachment.
) 'Post Olice Departmnient, The Defendant and allother persons
- 3d October, 1844. -- interested are required to appear and
SC. A. WICKLIFFE, plead to the declaration filed in suph
Postmaster Genmerail. case. WILLIAM F. CR.IbIRLE,
Oct 4-law4, ---4 T9 Sept. 15.


Dear Sir-I have examined the St.,
John's Bar, and re-buoyed the same.,
The North channel makes out North
by East, and the outer buoy lay,.
North East by North, from the light-
house about three miles distant.-
There are 3 buoys in this ,chlannelall:
placed in the channel way; the-e is
12 feet of water at high water on the
Bar. There is a slue cut outE. N.E.
from the light about two miles distan+
which has twelve feet of ivater in it a:
hic- -,,at r I-[ .also -j ied-- .. .A nove _
in 'hiia sln. 6( The, courT C, ,, '.. an-.
tnc, s E. & (W., a d thle h..ael divide:
N. & E b. t tle inner bu y. I oit,,ic(,
the bar in both cbann.e3, an,: Gon.<,er^
them at this time both very good.
Vessels bound in must follow the bu-
oys, they all being placed in the (-hui-
nel way and in the 'best -water to be
found, dt the inner buoy there is 18S
feet of water,w here vessels anayay
with perfect safety and wait for the
tide. Given under my hand this 8th
day ofMay, 1844.
QC-ARLES WI LLEY.


T.
Turner, Elija
Toby, Late
Thistle, HLF
TW.
Wilson', F D
Wi-htmnan; T
Williams, Sasan

ONS, Postmaster


Taylor, Cornelius
Taylor, Johnl
Tuttle, Jason

Wells, Geo W
Winfaite, Geo
Ward, WVm D
Wech, Smiith
JOHN M. Pi
Oct-l, 1844.


L CcK S. "
,Y

1 HAvr, received a prime irvoice T
7r,'?;.* 8" Ic,;,tClock r -.-Warrfnted
to keep good time, which I will sell
low for cash.
Oct 19. G D 1IILLER.


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MARSHAL'S S.-ILE.
By virtue of a writ of tiel i facial,'
i,.-ued out of tie Supceior Court for
the Eastern D-i-trict <' Flori'a, I will
expose to public .sa!e. in front of the
court-house, in dhe town of Newnans-
ville, on the fi'st Monday of Novem-
ber net, between tie usual ltirs of
sale, the following described property,
to wit, viz:
A negro wench named Suckey, and
her infant a negro -irl named Pes-.'y
and a negro boy named ChIarles, boItl
cliildrei, of said wencih. Levied.upon
as thee property of Benjamin Harn, to
srtisfy an execution nmid cost of suit
in favor of John Gorree.
JOHN BEAWD, Marshal,
Per I. B. Blanton, D.E ,,.
Newnansville, Sept. 15, '146. .


TO ALL IT MAY CONCERN.
NOTICE is hereby given, that 1,
Philip R. Yonge, Surviving Executor
of the last will and testament of John
Frazer, deceased, have appointed W.
A. Forward, Esq., of the city of St.
Augustine, in the county of St. John's
and Territory of Florida, my agent,
attorney and substitute for me and in
my name to transact all business re-
lating to said estate in said Territory
of Florida to receive service of process,
to appear and aiswer to the same, and
in all t0lings to act as amply and fully
as I could and would or .ought to do.
were I personally present in said Tei
ritory.
All persons indebted to the said es-
tat re, are hereby '.forbid and forwarned
against mn-aking any payments or other.
wise transacting the business of said
estate with any per-.ons other than rny-
self or my said agent .
All persons having demands are re-
quired to present the same w within two
years from this date or they will be
forever barred. PH. R. YONGE,
Darien, Ga. Surviving Executor

NEW GOODS.
BARN.]RD 4p FdRRdR, .
X0o. 11, Bay Street,
HAV received per Heroine, from
New York, Five Hundred and Twenty
Packl ,esof GGODjS, of'every descrip-
tion, selected expressly for this mnarketl
by one of the firm. All of which wild
be odl'ered as low as can be purchased
in this marker anyotherina Florida-
Call and see.t Oct 5-


NOTICE.
Six months after date, I will present
mNy accounts and vouchers, to the Hon.
Judge of the C'ounty court of Colum-
bia county, for final settlente t ,|
discharge as Administrator onthe es-..
tale of T'ho,,-ms F. ('arver---all erson,
interested wil! please take notice.
i:* WILLIA.M CAiVEk, Adm.
Oct l9,'44.


NOTICE. --
All persons having claims or de-
maads against the estate of-eorge
'HiZiinbotham, late of Nassau,|nnty,
deceased;. are requested to #fesent
Them to the subscriber duly authemi-
Icated, within the time prescribed by
law, or they will be forever barred,
and all persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
nov 2 JOHN HIGGINBOTMAN.

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