The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1846
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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ir2uiuiLLeJ, iten1 I with the number .carrying:the provisions of this act j jto' no longer,'unless sooner disbanded',by. penditure! the ,might beeadiscovere4, fey ., : .. {:
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; b [i timed until forbid ,e9e.cUV\ the President.Approved.May13.1846.. foregoing appro those ry..howe'er, okoew tirafof.* > : : -. t
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Ic&Ta3ites nwM' That,'th& militia, when .called into the ;- -. : JOHN: The Lieutenant; who had ,critically r1,,.;::-; ::::; : t ,
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: service the United States by virtuefth3Sici CHAP. 20.-AN AfcT making 'appro-1 .
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congratulatedtheOrderlyon'tbepefee. Jt :
tidi far. fl't4 Of Inifttratinn 5 00'e or any other act,may, ft in priations for certain fortifications,-of: t lVes... diiato .' '
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.&ti re1ius; n jT3ce3 > inserted gratuiRiunumcations ''theopi :ion of the President4>f the United the United States for the.' year.ending -. 'G.M.DALLAS" subor ".' : ,' :'.' <'
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'AJ1.imi ah1 rrl" will the public interest requires .on the thirtieth June, one thousand Vice. .President of the U.States the slight curl in the rnusclesofhls face .: .
...(Lretli4PrnPTItAfihilli .. it,. be.c mpel1ed to serye for atenn notxcecngsix eight hundred and fortyseven.Sec. .- and President of the Senate. :r..
f'r J.J! Pr. tust be paM on ih* .that.he'usmoked" the.new tactics;; ao/ .. :
months after theii arrivalat 1. Be 'it enacted by the.Senate_ Approved 15 1846.JAMES : 'r '
Jd.e vmrk. May 'touching his politely he .asked( the : '
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--BOY- UKEWKLL.J Se 3.. .And be i it further enacted, assembled, That the following sums be, BARREL MOVEMENT. accept a '. ,_. : : :";: .t :.
TUFSAILR : "If the:cook in: 'your"nmess, seasons it 'k"4
wisit ,.. "I...'" II ('jI4.at, That/the said Volunteers shall, furnishtheir'own and they are hereby.appropriated, tobe' 'A SKETCH OP CAMP :LIFE .."k. ;: ; : _
f.it : ON THE Rio. .carefully,and. t s not overdone_ I would .:- .p :; .i
I 1.1Cf\1J1:lI !lIal ClI"1a :., clothes, and ,if cavalry their paid. out of any unappropriated: money GRANDE "'. .mmd tasting it,'* the Liiatenant. :' '' : "-: t tTHe
- \\ : btlIJ.b'1 I" 17bn horses and horse and for the ? ,. ; says :,: ; oci
own equipment; in the Treasury peSeiaIczrepairs ,
BY.80UTAIBE. Orderly winkeda1u.ttbey
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\ w fr1 '111. med at the expense of tho United for the year ending the .thirtieth on',the Islandf ai thi mouth of paigner just to see how "gutter,snipt," 2. .

.1 Father:Ho,) IiullIs States. day of June, one thousand eight the ,Brazos Santiago, the biys' began, "ehort-horned elk," and "slo\ deer1' < Jj.;; rart\Vt.lIrtl ; Sec.. 4. And be it further enacted, hundred and forty seven: for the first time feel th
rile flf"' 111151..ttl '--! bulk- ,to In onven- were. disposed of that evening in,5 the i-
c.k That said volunteers shall when called For defensive works and barracksnear .,
",1i.i.I ienceof VUncle) Sam's" fodder arrangements mess which executed the above described .
..... ..o rn..kTIll" ar* into actual service and while remain. Detroit hirty'tho'usa .
B'4 I. j Michigan, -not that, they expect to find strange drill; and ever nfJer' 'that t. ;
rat i ;tl uitt, ing therein, be subject the rules md. dollars. "chicken 'fixjn : I
.'. :".' every: moaning; but night it became a byewordthe &
Ie JIIIY articles of war, and shall. be in all respects For defensive works' and barracksnear they at least felt confident 'the beans volunteer was seen moving in.zigzag ) ,:. I

f.u'a:II".rt1. ,'i.'r. Iftu .IsP.Vb4.1.Md4i except as to clothing and pay, Buffalo, New York, twenty five would be nourishing. About eleven ,fashion, that be was .pratising thoLeg. "' ; .
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IH.) tea the with similarcorpsoftheUnitcd thousand dollars. '
AII4I.i.1 m.' 1"i. ,,(I iI.y placed on arne footing o'clock, AH. every day,'thelhle lound ion's. new march: called! "barrd p'e. .4. : :

) I''h'' h.r u "r""", States army; and in : For' repairing and rebuilding barracks vegetables were put in the ca .kett1es1 mtnt.-St. Louis Reveille. -; _, .
.,. lieu of clothing and storehouses at Fort;Niagara, / :: .
A..d"f'f"r lwr ,11 inIs r"f'Rir, every !1on.cominission.1 and in an hour, pr probably.an hour .

tllIta... .raaUe J t.Fseelt ed officer and private uny company,. New York, five thousand five hundred and a half, were served;out.. To tlose Eating by the C !l.-A". a'Qa ." :

,oSivsr-l who"may thus offer himself, shall be entitled -" dollars. skilled in the matter of dried betas, from Orange,county determined to.spend; ."''". : it.I
.. when called into actual service 1 For Fort Ontario New York eight few weeks 'in New York /or the ..
1li'\o"ll..r .b'lI I. 1e41 "r ii'.t. we need nol'explain how little 'elect I a ,- purpose
I f.'I'D" Il..... f"ft'M" to receive in money a sum equalto the : thousand' dollars. one' hour's'_ boiling would, bavetup. i of seeinig all the signTspincr,: ia. --.'

'01"1<<'1.1 "Iijs, Mer cost of clothing of a noncommissionedofficer 'For'-fortifications{ at the outlet of Lake on them.. The .different"messes order to strike all his acquaintances at ; ',. ", 11
cr4ck .
\Vcil\ Alld 1-wnJ" ta\.t In I"r,1..r"l1 unlit. 11 I It untl I t.e, or private (as the case may be) I Champlain, New York, forty five thou ed away, however, chewed the,lird home. with a proper idea of the great ,' !

I in the regular troops of the U. tates. sand dollars. pebbles up and left of !heir meals h avery ness of his visit, he.tnok up lodgings atthe '- '\. .

Fire..ell 119 C..flr4:p I.And fly} boat, Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, For Fort at the narrows of the Penobscot (unsatisfied! manner. A Tow iys Astor House. ,'*' T t

IB.U..,.nl.<<''#''nilerra delictiMIJ at;, That the said volunteers so offering river, neat- Bucksport, Maine, thir- had 'scarcely, elapsed, when a genlral\ 1 When he was ushered into dinner, .. ', .

Wbttt lit" ani"at ig ng their services shall be accepted by he ty five thousand dollars. grumble was set In circulation aganstthe .the'first'day, he \viis- surprised at ,the _: I

viiilom l lie thfiAiiier gage, President in companies, battalions, For repairs at Fort Preble Portland commissary department, Uncle S m, number' of people who sat 'tlown'," as; _. .'

And guiJc them on t9w_ ay.firf squadrons, and regiments, whose ,offi. Harbor, Maine, ten thousand dollars. and his beans, in, particular. One tall well as at thevastnesi or.tke.dlnJDgroom. :

..rll to*U .." l Ii|J.'pi hIe main: cers shall be appointed in the manner For repairs at Fort. Scammel, Port- volunteer swore, in the mess, that Jie J'f" ..

J'crliaj1 ....':.;llI.U'i! eel again, prescribed by law in the several States:) land'' Harbor, Maine\ uventyfive thousand would cross to the main ''land and pto- He'was equally surprised to see that .

Tbrjxi;Ii 'irei*i'i iiv vvfailifr; and Territories to which such companies 'dollars. vision himself, if he had 'to eat a lieRancherOi each man hada printedaccount of his ,

Btil wniuukCil.., 1'V I M>ai.il nhove, battalions, squadrons, and .regiments For repairs of Fort McClary, Portsmouth before he would starve, on dinner before him, and that each"one'aa '. : Ii

\\'r'Ubrl.And aft if izi m
6. And be it further enacted, the purchase of land for extensionof with" rebellion resolved,and "al. of th masked ti ns. He was quite hungry-and weUi. ,

BIT AU'i RITY. That the President of the United States site, six thousand dollars. leave of the Captain to take a he might be after wan ing three hour i.

I WI .r the Uniin itc* Panned nt the he and he is hereby authorized to ,or- For repairs of rtifications on Gov. short excursion for 'a few hours, in over his usual time-so he attacked the t

I I Fins 8f ii.a of tk 'vcutyZinih (;ou- ganize companies so tendering their ernor's Island, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts search of game. Leave was granted, head of the bill with vigor and ate'down .

vI services into battalions or squadrons, thirty thousand dollais. and off)the party started. In'the course as far he- could, but he soon came,to a "' -i j l'

battalions and into For Fort Warren Boston Harbor 'stand. Just then the gentleman his : I \
squadrons regi- of few hours !
Elk?. 15.-AN T to repeal n part a one.,came. strolling into .
ments, regiments into brigades, and ,Massachusetts five thousand dpllars. arid right requested the waiter to Wing him*. 1
of the act entit! "An act supplementary : y camp with a under his arm,, .
into divisions as the some pie, which oar friend beard, \ .
to the ral Jaws for thelands1 brigades as soon < I as he passed the sentry on the way to oyster .
number of volunteers shall render such For Fort Adams Harbor and instantly referred Jo thc.lis-t' 10'Bee. .
ale of the pub approved : their tent he was accosted wltb- .* .
in ,his expedient Rhode' Island fifteen ,thousand dollars. .where jt WAS., !L '' *. .. .
April fifth one usand eight hun- organization, judgment, .. "Jo, what)luck' had Y0I1.1" -* > / ,'" .",.,
< ; and President shall, if necessary For rebuilding Fort Trurnbul), New "0 Jo "1 killed{ 'What,' exclaimed he, with astonish "" ( j
wed and thirt ro, and for other says only a 'gutter '
s. apportion the staff, field, and gene London Harbor, Connecticut, twenty snipe /" ment, turning to his neighbor-"are, you .. '. t
purpos S ral officers the States thousand dollars. all the down there WAy, 1 navt-
among respective ""Well the "that is the way
Sec. 1. Be it ted b1 the Senatesentatives says sentry, .
I House of H of'the and Territories from which the volunteers For Fort Schuyler, East River, New largest snipe judging from the bundle, only got to roast beef,and I feel already" J .

shall tender their services as he York, forty thousand dollars. if 1 would burst. .
sited States of rica in Congress 1'have ever seen. Let me look at his "
may deem For repairs Fort Wood and seawall .. '
proper ,
bled! That and after the bill. In ,
: m "Jane, what letter thealphabet'do. ,, I U
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, of Bedlow's Iland New 'York ..
Joe uncovered it and there the '
age of this ac e second pro'isothe8.tt was like bestVVell .
That the volunteers( be ic- thousand dollars. you .
forty .
entitled |i act supplemen- may snout of as fine a ,young pig .as ever "\ I don't like to Mr..
say, ,
ceived into the service of the United For repairs of Fort Hamilton New t
J to the several slur the sale of poked his nose into a swill.tub. Both Snooks." ; "," ,,0.. :
, States) virtue of the provisions of this York thousand dollars. # ... II
by thirty
t : winked at each.o her quiet .
*public lands, i roved Apiilfiftt, exchanged "Pooh!.nonsenie! tell me right out, ,
nnd who shall be wounded oth- Fort Madison Anna .
or For of
act .
repairs and then the ,J I
.thousand cigh pdred and thirty- 1 grins, snipe was carefully Jane-:-wjiich do you like the best 1" ,
erwise disabled in the service shall be Harbor thousand
I which is viz "That polis Maryland, ten covered"and, carried to quarters. ,In a her '
as WF, :- "Well, (drooping eyes,) "I like: _.
entitled to nil the benefit which be dollars.
may few another,of the .
moments along
I person shall emitted to euter came U the best. > I. ,
conferred on p.ersons wounded in the For repairs of Fort Washington, Potomac that he ,0;
than onc-ha lartrr section of mess, who reported had'only '."n .
service of the United States. River, Maryland, twenty-six secured haunce of "slow deer i i': ','
I lender this a n quarter-quarter a a A lady asked, Mr. Jekyll the difference .
Sec. S. And be it further enacted dollars.
t Lions> in his ov tame, or in thee ''e., a young calf; and to wind up the between a solicitor and an .attor- : .
That President of the U. States be Fort Monroe Roads '
the For
Hampton of three'more "
of any oth erson, and in no : captured game the party, ney. "Precisely the same, he answered -* .
unless he inte it for cultivation, and he is hereby authorized forthwith Virginia, seenty-five thousand,dollars. appeared, carryinga quarter of'a "short "as between a crocodile and 'an'al.. '- .
complete all the public armed vessels For of the site,of Fort ; .
preservation _
for the use of iraproi'ement. horned-.elk/ which some envious members )ligator. : <
the to now authorized by Jaw, and to purchaseor Caswell, mouth of Cape Fear River, of other messes declared looked asit' I '
person I g charter arm equip, and man such North Fear River North Carolina the; matter *'
e:1n un his act shall file Cape it might have been the "slow deer's"mammy Poor Pay.--\Vhat' uncle .
entry merchant vessels and steamboats as, fifteen thousand dollars. 1'* said Mr. old'Jeremiah
other aflidavinasthe der such regula- The spoils were put together Jerry -, as

Secre of the Treasury upon examination, may be found fit, or For preservation the site of Fort and covered over, after which them K. was passing, growling: -most; .

7 prescribe tha or she makes ,easily converted into armed vessels fit Moultrie) Charleston Harbor, outh s went into a council of, ,war upon ferociously. ;; tltt -
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entry in his, er own name, forOrberofra for the public service, and in such number Carolina, fifteen thousand dollars., how"to,get somethjng to wash_ down 'Matter 1" said the old man ; "why, ,

be and not in trust as he may deem necessary for the For dike to Drunken Dick. Shoal, the game, and make the 'whole affair a ,I've been Juggin',water all the th niin' '- ?

is protection of the sea board, lake coast, Charleston Harbor, South 'Carolina, comfortable one. for, ,Dr. C.'s wife 'to wash' with, and ;, I
shall and the
Another same .
nnd the defence of the thousand dollars. I v for it V1 :. :
country. what 's'pose.l
by H entries selec- thirty-five i" "Do y'ou think you, can execute a d'ye got \
; or repealed location; nds now Sec. *9. And be it further,enacted* I For FortSumter, Charleston Harbor. cbarrel movemmt,' boys 1" said an, Orderly "Abqut ninepence." t- \ --; ,

In the.Gener id Office because suspen- That whenever the militia volunteers South Carolina, forty-five thousaud belonging to the mess. sNinepence!1" She told me the.doc- .- J ) '{ J
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f e restrictions in arc called and .received into the. service dollars. 'JWhat i is it like 71' was the. general, tor would pull a tooth. for me some time: .! ', .
contrary t< e L
of the United Stales, under the provisions For Fort Pulaski, Savannah River,_ f

ProvIso, shall ntl they are .here- of this act, they shall have the or Georgia, twenty-five thousand dollars.. inquiry., this the*Sergeant' "the To euro a horse suffering from cfeo ;' -. '.
"Simply ;
toufilmeJ in all says .
er pro| d they are ganization of the army of tfie United Forrepairs of,Fort' Jackson, Savannah Commissary .General is' landing stores lera, pour four quarts of lime down hi*' ., ; :J,:;':
lespects fai regular. .States, and shall have the same pay and river, Georgia, fifteen thousand down nt the beach among.which is throat--:follow this up with.a 'pint.or : .
Approved ,
31a It)4ti. .
-oil bleed in the nostrils and,rab- :.-:
allowances; and all tnpunted privates, dollars. some first 'rate brandy for' the,officers, castor '' .. :'

HAP. for non-commissioned officers musicians, For',Fort Pickens, Pensacola: Harbor. nnd if we 'could only make. one of his them, the forehead and crown 'with a. .. :/J'C;
16-ANfT providiug and artificers shall' *be allowed forty Florida- ten thousand dollars.r hallow solution of.camphor and :alcohol--then
the ,. half-barrels step in a .'.
j| between pr 5ecutiorf> the existing war cents per day for the use and risk of For Fort Barrancas, and the erection we might easily execute' ,the take red pepper from the garden and rub .
the d Stales and the square, .
forehead until blisters '
their horses of horses actually thereat Pensacola Harbor on the crown :
except of barracks .
RtpJblic new: march of'a "banel) movement. '
of M J o.Vt1eas killed in action and if mounted thousand 'dollarS. are raised. .[Thank God we are nota. : :
\ ; any .Florida,; fifty All the :mess, expressed themselves) :* .;

Mtxlco,, by t ct uf exists the Republicwar between volunteer, private,' non-commissioned i .For, repairs( Fort Morgan, Mobile ready 'for duty instanter, and having horse._ ] .:":. I. ...:ot"'j""' T .: .. ,. '
a :
jui officer musician or artificer shall not Alabama thousand, dollars.For ------ ,k... .-
Point file 'the
forty added a few more 'rank' and to \: .'
the United Staes: : Review; the-fol .T. .
: ( with serviceable The Montrose says ; .;,.. / .
a Fort Pike and
himself provided
keep epairsof preservation started ,couimendubly -
1. enterprise, oul'they on .Jr "' : '
Be itcted the Senate of letter '
a received "
by true
lowing 18.a'. 0
copy :: :
horse the said volunteer shall of site Louisiana thirteen thou- .
: .
House earnest march, to practicethe "
that >
of Rlesentatives of the by a schoolmaster in neighborhood : .
United .serve, on foot.Approved sand dollars.. new drill. The'hollow_ : ,square .was ':>
St.tes 1erica' in toness5embed -"Cur are n man of no* : :
or : as
May 13, 1846. For Fort Wood Louisiana, and re-formed ,haIfa : you ..
!: \ repairs admirably (ormed ,".
: in '
That r the purpose of en- ; legs, I intend. to ,enter mSOD .your, : .' : .
i six fivehundred .dollars. before reached "the ,
liug the GOff of the United t' thousand dozen tjmes .they\ skull. q' :: :

tte$ to lent said tv: CHAP. 17.._:AN ACT to authorize' an : For repairs of Battery Bienvenue! ,':, beach,-and,, advancing in ''line towards .1"-*.>. '- ,. '"..., :
plOset .
i I'Q IUcteuf nation'tbe war spec-!Jrc"t -' increase of the rank .and file of the ,'Louisiana, five thousand doJJ is. 1: :the;:Commiss r3'8.:stores, with- a rnpid The following vegetation is from the ; / .

-'. be and he hereby authorizeda rm.or.the United States. For repairs of::Fort-Jackson,' Mississippi : evolution they formed around a liquor garden of the N. y. Gazette and Time *: .. '.,

the ,uwees a, naval and miliited Sec. 1. Be it coacted.by.the Senate river, Louisiana,!twenty-five thou !' cask,.and commenced their march: back "I want'_ to cabbage two or three'of' '.y" .

of of .Representatives' of the sand dollars. across the 'island. The drill was now exchange' 'papers," said afriead.
th States and 'to nnd House
ror For repairs of ,Fprt.Su Philipj/Mis/ fultof ''interest-it -was-n, witnd'one well have said fefttft
and he services of United 'States of America; in Congress : : "You:might as .
or 'olu rs. not -exceediog-any aRsembled, That, the* Presidentof(the sissippi' .river, :Louisiana. ., thirty i thousand of the Lieutenants, 'attracted bY' the hare two or three," said.. the editor.. '; W**-*2

.5.1 thOusand otTer their' :United States be and is hereby authorized dollars. : strange maneuvering,.approached: them t -L .
\ may ser- For Fort Livingston,' Grand 'Terre ; performifig a.hollowsquare'countermarch. Mr. Warren of the iomieoei
ehhe enlistment, to increase just as they were one i, ,
infan voluntary '
,ff J leanen as cry, artillery twelve,months by the number, of privates in each Island,. Barratarw Bay,.Louisiana,forty He obsetyed the Legislature, and., Mr. ,,Lilly kay. 7 i

they ,hallave erve arrived the ofthe: companies of the.existing; .thousand.dollars., r'J one' of the men carryiflVO muskets_ 'had! a knock down In Cincinnau. It. is t

at or any artillery .andinlantry For'fortifications on the FJorido.Reef' : a amTthought: Jueer;' but 'a:\glance ;at said that Mr. \v:'s wife was too tad C -W---"; .'. >::::,-l'

tats iezvl, or to tbeendoC: the i" .regiments of dragoons number, notcxccedsngone 'two'hhdre'cf'tlus. 'na dollars ; 4' tHe centre of :the squad'explained,","the posies, and among all the:flowers M iM f :i ,..- -::!.:"nrJ1 .:..;?
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Jo sool discharged, accordJo shall-. hun'dredvhenever, to any ,in' his; opinion,. For 'contingencies: of:.. fortifications', secret. A strong volunteer was: keeping "'earth,none appeared so fair as _iLilj. }(!:. t',;":C .
timer which they 'the 'i insidethey -- II. ;: ;: :)?iI
be fifty thousand :dollars. L. the barrel l rolling: !i in: : }. '
mus d into_ service i. and :the\ exigencies of the public rvice.nay" AChhesewifeliitvir1gCOR4e14h4I :'o' < '
fortifications .
thesame for.. ,the armament of : ,. wereTepresehting a4iadtr; at.'ink "'Ik-SJ =
thein1 of mill.CDS of.dollars,' 'require: the 'saine, and to Deduce : dollars.. '! : beautiful ; 'in : sact WaseMOJ17: .:>.1.. '. "Q. '' --v'
*: .nundred.tbousand,_ : ,: with",itowsi'.aQ ;n:.\ really! : paramour :a ,' I-
the .
.. InT 'tno in the Treasury or i to sixty four; wh P exigencies.requiritig .''S:-c..& Andbe- .it.further' eri ctea, the skill .witb whfcfctHey: dii\\It: her husband as 'to, its. cofiteats. T.. .. '' *' \\.i'"'...
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tual Safety lying off 'Talbot island, at : OflthSathethoing V- L
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';'.' :": 01 i,.____ : : IJL--:: ___ i- i This was the. continents., Butler, were or
." :"': :: ". ai'LECTle 'BET 7I fS:' for New Orleans,,and ,was intended to, shall wait a week or two, and study : Accounts from all parts V oCEurppe indfcat.e arms to maka diversion

:,.' t .In ', of !be between tl\elatterpor:> and i .g=!>, ;philoopbyof torrasbefore wo .dqcjde.;,:I V the'town, in tsorofthcTm
of the the runv4ton.
: failure .
; ,,4 consequence : # ... : a great failure ,in ,thf,,,,,crops of

: .*Wi 7 ''wail-' 'from the- interior' '',of the S ate f -, ow, We ,understand. ,that,thetiu.V: ,THE'. ".'CAPITDEATIOW V OF MONTlTi 1 this; year,'and the, price Qfgrin has in mottar ations of'Goi and two Worth 24 et
::1:.': :.V:<;?iltg to.the late. ,storm i we. .can, Q ygiro. ;f ual Safety,'was a"total wreck, and 'a,, V The,victories ii of REV.Palo, Alto and" Resa- consequence risen considcr ly. The had been putm battery poand the nl

:! "the complete returns from Nassau coun- _rapidly going to'pieces. 'NoliVes.were state-of the Irish is ,said to be'truly 20th, V in a rayine 1,400 '
3 ?
: ,'tfij'y: > 'in. addition to our last.. lost,,and,.the? Captain,-Mr. ,PENNOYEB, ca de la: .Palma] ,. having prepared the horrible.. Famine and disea are stalking from ,thc-CatSdral fort or v

-, fle;< 1846. '1845; ,earned, tile gratilude.of: allon board, fop 1 public]j mind for;a career of yictpry on were support ,by the 4th Kc
-Y. Ktin. CobelL JJiocktnbrough. ,Ca1efl.Dvnl. .: i it : over their: .doomed .country, a infantry. At
:trie coolness and he manifested the part of the United States, is not | A.M. on the
201 220 183 176 courage ruturc ( to the pcorje and the order
s ,' 'ightfuI was given for
Lt.3obn*,. 168 72: 172, 97 remained> to be ,wondered 'at1 :that the slotf piro this batter
in the.midslof He
.. : danger. _
-r li..a, 67 ce 100 2C government; becomes more'and more upon the citadel and'town

,.'r*' : It WJJJ be seen that ,the vote as given on the'vessel 1 until he. J had seen' everyone ress' of our Army} since }leaving Matamoras -, apparent: every' day. The umber of ntcly after thdst Division and wjth I

; "* in this county, varies somewhat from else safely] .landed, and then. swam : was J impatiently J endured.At .- .destitute individuals is said P amount and 4th Infanfv in zulvan-f--, i.i.
-- .
-SC length the, glorious tidings reaches .Garlandvcrt"ordere'd:
,\ that given, in our last. It is, owing to +ashore on_ a:plank.OtJB.NEW. ", ; to five millions, and tho to r;;nt
4 consequences -
.i t and skirmish
us that ,we' have obtained another sue: yuh the enemy,
this fact. The inspectors election at which .result from the oT left 'GI
might d'ppair extreme of the
VOLUltJ' ..' 1 cer'and Monterey is ours. The strug* and j
the polls held'at St. Johns Beach, closed V V With the' present number; : 'wc. com 'gle-during the three days' jmnedhttel'preceding V so' large a body of'people.. destitute, prospect of success offer, to cymost' ,

:them at 12 o'clock, noon, contrary to famished trodden down and scorned advance battery.: .Thfc
volume f ,
mcnco a new our journal: : the ,of this latter directed IL
capture was by Maj. ?
the ,Mansfield
statute which enjoins them to keep be calculated.
II and in bound to cannot. rightly The -
as duty present government
town, is indicative of one fact,. which fleer. Cup. Top g
*"*.,'. .them open until five o'clock.P.1\I..and readers;the, compliments due upon" the on' the side of the United States, has propose to; offer assistance by Engineer,. and 3Iaj Kin! neyQ Jj I.

S ,.notwithstanding- several applications] occasion, The "News" has now completed we fear, 'been toO' hastily denied.. Air employing this starving multitude upon the Texas Division. A '1 envy,fireflj

I were made tp vote after the polls had ;he, eighth year,of its existence, successful various projected public works, but the battery. was immediately op
I t though we were ultimately ,
:been closed and before five 'clo k. upon the advance, but Ihet
<;) and ha! enter d upon the ninth. Commenced it is evident that very energetic mea-
The ;yet the Joss.on our side, was fully equal turned it, enterjng and
: Judge of Probate very properly under \Vh auspices; jt was to that. of the Mexicans. And through'out sures must ,be ndoptcd, and that, too, the cnerny' in the,streetof enjaglng the tji

.ruled out the returns from this precinct from its Whig proprietorsome immediately if would the city. ..
pmchased the whole action our enemy seemsto they rescue I imig passed through an incessant

';.'r, *and the consequence is that Mr.\ CABELL me eighteen mpnthssincand: has ever have- J manifested' the most determined V Statg from its dangers. But it is not fire Crom the.Citadel and the firstlDd

: has only majprity of 19, and Messrs: since raised.the, Democratic standard. virtue which Ireland alone that has suffered, England second batteritj, and from the i nrlDrJ:
a must
: HOU&TONVhg! ) and CAHOVA (D)em.) courage.. no.w France who lined th| parapets, .streets
It commenced its new career under the be, conceded ,to them, although it was ,. Russia, and Germany, house-tops of tfte city. The t4

l are elected to the Assembly. Although able conduct of Mr. NUKES, who carried: ineffectual against the'bull-d.og obstinacy seem all to be afflicted. with the same 1st battery wat soon turned rear, and 9lte lie

\ we should prefer that both Whigs had i ii successfully through} the ,glorious of the Anglo Saxon visitation of nature. I It is stated that revcre fire. of(the ,troop throng

I rt- succeeded, rather than that only one <, impaign ,of the spring pf 1845, and. The choice spirits of: our V have in Liverpool, alone, tvyo hundred and gorge of the works killed or dialog:

,' Democrat should have been elected, siablished the "News" army vessels artillerists and infantry fromir
I I( firmly as a fifty been.chartered for the ,
:} yet, ,some: protection should be given. Mr. NUNES havi again come,oil'with flying colors, and the buildings. occupied'. ,bv inf.alnlllLJ.. ....
)emocratiq: journal. purpose of, obtaining: cargoes.'of wheat, --
1 have availed themselves of the glorious mediately In' its rear. The tat
the people against illegalities in holding i ig relinquished his connection_' with it, Indian corn, &c. The immediate effect zion was followed and
to them. It will be supported
r V V career opened seen bj
the polls, or there will be.' ever a wide fS,i present proprietors, rather less than that both the, regular and volunteer forces of this'.has been to cause a large demand Mississippi and(rcnne see and Isttt
open for frauds. As. the returns V Regiments the.two
i; year since, removed the publication other for breadstuffs in our Atlantic cities former"rejiajta
;. V *. 'BOW tnnd, CANOV.A, (Dem.,) has a marjority'of //o Jacksonville," which place appeared emulated each in doing their and prices have rien greatly since being the first ,to scale and occupy
,duty, and that, the imputation of want fort. The success of the
and HOUSTON day l b
*: one, (Whig) fo them to offer greater advantages for the'rcceipt of the intelligence.
'p has of all other of:discipline that has been cast upon the' stopped. The Mississippi I i Tcnnei
V :' majority seven over the of their"ulidcrt' The V The troublousquestion of the
candidates. support ing- latter; has been 'most nobly disproved. mar- and Ohio Kcgiments, though warm

)."...'" results have fully realized their ,anticipations .G r "' ''AYLOR has again evinced his sol. riage of die Queen of Spain, has at engqged in ,the ltreets of thceitjfc
; V TUB I.ATE AIR.; j their advertising list having length been settled. She has chosen some time after the capture of the r.
dier-like coolness and tact and has followed -
;-rOn' Monday\ last; this place was visited : increased, twenty fold and their subscription DON Fncczs&lier, cousin, and her sister battery andits n|joining; defence, q
up his determination to proceed unable, from exhaustion and tie b
It ':'- with a gale which In list having doubled.. With is to, the,
i' 'f, severity.. was from victory to victory. Gen. WORTH, i marry youngest son of they had sufierd, to gain more adi

I j i beyond anything in the recollection of incere gratitude to those warm.friends whose military ardor was. somewhat Louis PHILLIPPE. At the present junc- tage. A heavyslio\rer of ram ala!

.V, that ancient individual, the oldest in- who have aided them in every difficulty ture of continental affairs' the consequences came up to causea suspension of faosi

V TiJiabitant.". It attendant despondent, in consequence of his not of these unions litifcs before the close of the day '1i
;: commenced to blow on V upon: establishing a journal ,are important.
being, present at our, two first victories 3d 4th and 1st I
Idanlry and the B&!
Saturday evening. The gale increased ] in a new place,the proprietors of the There, has been a vast deal 1 -of intrigue t
has 'revived at the sight of the battlefield more, Battalion, remained, a s the g1fti
,until, ,ftlonday, the wind coming from NEWS" trust that the coming ar. will ,:and proved himself worthy of ,all in the' matter, and almost every Statein son .of the captured position, uuder Oi

I ihe.Ea t ward. The ,river rose six feet ( bring'them.' like success, being resolved honor. Yet while we are cheered at Europe has been squabbling for the G Garland, assjsc iby Cnpt. KiJgeIji

;; i;; above high water mark, and, at two to spare no effort .to make their ,paper the appointment of' the Queens husband.- battery. 'J'W'l2pounderE, bo&4 pot
thought of he success of
I o'clock' illonday\ afternoon had flood- worthy of the support it receives.So our arms, Louis PJJILLIPPE, as usual, has been suc- der, and 1 howitzer, were captareda
! V. V .. _a .. let us turn our minds to those who have this fort, three,oHxers and soiT.e201
I( ea aU the wnarvcs, ana bad cnterea the much for" the history of.our journal -, .suffered,-the widows and orphans of cessCuland' English Lion roars horribly 30 men taken prisoners. One of the
V >TJower floor of nearly all the) stores of during: the past, year. How has ;it those who have perished for their coun- in his' chagrin. The English pounders was served against tHc afqrt.afid

*V Bay street, which runs parallel to the prospered with, ,the Democratic 'principles 'try. The nation will remember them Minister at the Court of Madrid had defcnccs,' with, eapt red IB-

f V ; jiver. On Monday night the wind w.hicliwe. are proud to advocate. the impudence to send.in his formal, munition, during jhe. remainder!
t and them. In their behalf
protect no day, by Capt. KidWly.' The
.dropped round the South Oar has protest against the ai.d stornnj
. to East the Union
: and government upheld arrangement,
t of
; voice should be i indifferent, and no heart parties Gen.10rth's Division; aLa!
V the gale was at its height. The violence nobly in the eyes of the world... A be lukewarm. the breach between England and France\ cnptured two .mnetrpounilers, tikii l ll

I, V of the storm and the height of the glorious treaty" lias been perfected with We perceive that volunteers is as wide as ever. Moreover, it may,! were also .immediately: turned 4gaWttheir

, water united in producing, :ii' fearful. 'Great, Britain! securing to us forever, 'dissatisfaction amongthe has be remarked,. tbat'e"er since the appointment forrnerowners. ,
some, arisen
,. ':scene of devastation. All ,.the. wharves i rights which she has always denied ,." of Lord P AL.IER&TON,as,Minister On the"'morning of the' 22d Gea
on the ground that Gen. :TAYLOR'S terms Worth i
,; Jn towe: e carried, away, qnd several heretofore. Our conquering arms have i of Foreign Affairs, the former V his operations, 9
-U of capitulation were too favorable to the portions of his ,division stormed ud
buildings, contiguous to the river, were avenged the insults. cast upon* us by .Afe.ica s. This i is' a natural cordial. understanding. between. the, carried successively l the heights ave

;. .d.e' troyed.' The saw mills in the vi- Mexico, and ,this very number of our hnd. one that we should readily feeling, two governments' which was once 'so ,the.Bishop's, J'allre. Both' were carried

V .cinity of the town have lost ,all their journal recounts: another success to be expect boasted of,has resulted in a most cordial by.acommaKl 'under Capt. Yin-

-:'lumber and logs. The total] loss is es- added to the Iist46f victories already from, the ardor' ;nnd, patriotism, of our ] and,heartily reciprocated misun- ton, Artillery.j | In these operatioai

V V ,.timated volunteer.force,-rbut a .General may d rstandi And' this tim the company: of I&isiana troops in*
at $5,000. gained. Treaties of commerce of the g. on account
have reasons which his men do not understand C; pt..Blincliard pfrformcd{ efficient ud
V The of Jacksonville most advantageous kind'have been of the marriage or'tho Queen of Spain!
appearance at 'perfec'fed ,.. ..and there is little doubt but I gallantservice as|nrt of Capt. Vinun'i

::.the. ,present moment is as amusing as with foreign nations_ and testifythe that Gen. TAYLOR'S terms were dictated i Suppose we also should have kicked up command. Fouijjj pieces of artillerj

V ..at' distressing. ,The scattered frngr -. growing importance of our republic. instructions, ',' I a row about'the marriage of the EmperorOf with a good suppfj f ammunition,wtffcaptureJJu
according, to from I V V V
V :- Mnents of: one large wharf are blocking Above all, the' progress of liberal i principles .:;Government.. V our.. Brazil! V V the ,| shop's Palace this
: day of whi
i : 4 up the streets of the lower part of the has taken one 'prodigious step ''in (Froti tin-!-Xew-Orfenn Picayune Extra. some were imraediatejftprueil ,
From ) the
thispoint Gen. :> leroy's
Monterey upon
:, Ji' V* ;$..... UVV wn. Those of another 9 are floating up V V this i ,eventfulThe' Democratic 'TAYLOR.'wiJJ, find" his, difficulties! ... ; ,com- .LATE. FROM,FOUGHT THE ARMY-BATTLE -- the city. On the|< veiling of the 2tf

f.a.creek.some six miles from the 'place. party have carried all their measures, in As Mexicans -THREE DAYS Col. Garland ,and iis commandjfftft
. the
mence. show that FIGHTING. -
:: V :jk: large'brig lies high and dry. with its relation to tho, public, policy. ''In* the relieved, as ,the garr son gf tbecaptffl
they are still inspired with of the Hasty Memorandttof the
some Operations
of forts ,by Gen., QuiI'an with'theM-
", astern in the market house. We bur- revision of the- ,Tariff of 1842, a. tremendous the American '
V feeling of Old ,Spain, their subjugation i jJrmy. before Monterey, sippi and Teune'egiment" 'Hd J

: : :'. V : selves narrowjy escaped being blown, blow has been struck at, the will not immediately follow from their i/l/enco, from the 19/A to the 25th five companies of i i. e Kentucky Be f

.: f" through the aide of the printing office monopoly} huiherto, nj yed by the j ,manufacturing 'Sept. ,ment. ; 4arlyon V _"j

I v' and all but : interest, and the principle of WTrig! : conquered, probably no people On the 19th Gen'I'l'a.lor, arrived before S3ou
they the
-press, type say themorungpfthe
"c'. .. ._ taxationha canbe: quickly subdued, ,the,Spanish Monterey, ,with a force of about Quitman from discoed -
equal hipositionf( '
; been -
,-devil takes care ot o\vn-.the length *
'k V:: V. V- prin partially !race, und none are held .under bondage 6OQO ment and ,after.reconnoitering the that the .second'nd third fort..a
\ Swerncanan4 to .hiscxjrii-, adopted. With an immense ''foreign .o' at about,
: citY' 1500
or 1600 from
with such yards defences
ttO* : difficulty. Their armies east of trm city had been "
,exertions be attributed :'market for /.our agricultural the Cathedral fort :
V ,ordinary. may: --- productions -: are like mobs,' and their mobs' during which he tirely abandoned, bn the 'enemY : i
V : our, exemption from total,destruction., and prosperity at home, our are was,fired 'upon from its batteries, hisV apprehending anotwA assault, 0* '.

,V. V i/ :__- V --- '. .like armies.. Mexico can be ,overrun, force was,* encamped the Walnut d
',V.' .r< : loved Union: will,advance as she has at .nigJll..of-tha 22dr Ii d retired from
.; : ... but.it'caninevec.be,retained.against the Springs, 3 miles short of'the I
,' t' \ fl"In consequence of the severe hitherto done,-in a manner astoundingto cit-- his defences to the pain plaziac: d ill
.- ; c will of its Inhabitants. If This was the nearest position at which, I iramediato 01
V' < -gale, the St. .Matthews was compelled ,the 'experience of .))1"m- kind. our army the 'vicinity; A comma*
.: shall commit any excesses, or if the army could obtain a supply of water two companies of lijssissippi! d41!'
to anchor off Fcrnandina for )
twenty For State hitherto and be beyond the reach of the
V our V V- '", Jour--",,- :hours- ,nnd,did, not arrive in .Jackonville unfortunate,, always under- ,the;harrow,V Mexican: with government' can inspire. its I .emy's batteries.: The remainder the into\ the streets troops to rydnnoiter were and 14 ]t
V until people, any respect for it, ,a frightful 19th was occupied by the .
V V Tuesday evening. It im- o, brighter future opens A :large ''in V engineers bscame,hotly engage! with the;< 't

V V ':. ..,. 1r1diattlyVreturned 'to' Savannah, and, "flux.of populatibnanci' a freedom' from guerrilla warfare. will exterminate making' and reconnoisanc6s ofthe city, batteries These were'soon Jpportcd bf Ci '(
:- tc2urse ,our victorious army The commanding heights:. On Wood's regiment oflTejasdisrnountedlbyBraasLight Raet
: o the mail for the l interior of
the pftleVTnaianshi the 20th Gen.
persecutions s Worth
contributed : was ordered with B'
I the 1 ] }
V S <1V .the State, is (deferred as well as !that ,the tterisVaIS0VctwirOnC4 with dan his :division 'to_' t
greatly move circuitous
to prosperity of our What' by and. the:3d. infantry he eQernl'J
,V':: 'V from the interior. Our friends will, people t: l ,;and: although.Nature has visited*- -" v H gers. Has Jed, to the invasion i ,of route*' to,"the.,tight, to, gain the ,Saltillo \yas constant and z'h ; aterruptid 'f t

a. : ,V therefore; be qblo; to :understand why us with heavy r ins and the: ,,Mexico by jhree.,distinct i ,bodies,of our road leyondthe'west; of ,the town and ; ptreets, house to&c.f banicad., t t

-V '" V :thavc not.received their .this ; catterpillar; .troops we',know!not., ,But certain it' is to .storm. the heights-.above ,the Bis- in \\thc-vicinity Jthe plaza; ;V1 ,1
papers 'y'et'\ve are noV splse: vcrely(.afflicted -as, .hopts Palace which
vital the
that point also
splitting our into encr Q9t.arligg'sbat
three Ply were
army up y ;1
V V.c. V- # V our neighbors _of the .&oith. It :is.unmanly :smallvcorps, is one :,of;;r'the 'worst thihes my appear to ,have, strangely nc eceq.I wjth. much .effect far, to the r' 1
'..' >' .E : V :4ttiic.V )latest < -).ever -despond' and. 'v.e',j .,*/,'( '( "'VI' V "*' **Vf I Circumstances. .., 'caused. his. half Oil the ,thfi ty-tliia engnI nent l Ja.stod!. 1
which '
: LC2IQN-.3y shows
V !$ f'trSFTj "" r """* the V. us can; have night of the 20th, short of the intended best of the ,
rely part
: :, F :,; ", :returns it,appeals that the Whigs have,' and determination upon 1 spirit independence. L .been/done.< If'tho_ .Mexicans... had a:GeneraLworth position. .Ontfiemorning: : of the Slat V driven the .scattered day girtiesemy air i troops.of tb.

:-f 1f -'&cceeded in'the First Third Seventh so firmly: : implanted ; ,he continue .tis route and ,after
." a l\ytboy would,be able gn; encoimter ; << and penetrated, Site to the- ,
,': .. jirfd' Eighth;* Districts' and'that(Messrs.: 'in every' AmericAn breastj for-'ihe'final<< ,: to easily) conquer our 'three1 'nrmi ies: 'in with_ large body of the enemy's ,JCS.9r the mam plaza J The adv& '
.:V';: .g y' TOOMBS. STEPIIEJJS,,. and..-'JONES; subjection. of difijcqlticB and,the.placingFJpridf i ;"1 ietalli bit, attacking, 'them' separately, :cavalry- 'from and infantry, supported by artillery thus:gained, it was i jjt con$ _*:
: the
V V ; V j jnfthe I ;'.high position which >he,' heights. he repulsed i.cessary Ia bold, as,,thrfnemymanently $
elected. In the fourth
WJgs) are
: witkpll thejr j ,
Qfc..e :
; :should fill, V ;; V- V V V '" :\ : them with loss,..and ,finally: ,encamped, !, ,abandoned m city ; .

-\:. V .JWiCf., there'is every1 appearance of '* f 'rArLORV$ t, and ,KE 1ariy, would: 'coyering ,the :passage of ,the SalliHo,!fences tt except the iiin plaza,i !

V"V. ,V V .fcm the'V:election- rtf-i': ,of' "HARALSO" f' 'V PV !!, (:Dem.V.)V. .The' j, A's" 8." hapny'lday, : is' .breaking' v; f ,;,andja}"* .thus\be destroyed, and we should' have ,road, It \;vas here: discovered. 'that besides mediajevicinity; on t ,Cat& d9r .

V :, p'! ?ri. iOC corgavUlrthusbeV Ithn!, ?;futuro.. .,spread beforeusAwe.bid: i ., to''begin another.campaign,;or ,,concludea l, the fort at the Bishop JPaace.and ; .i.tadel. Early. 'i the. .cL.- .. '1

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Wllbra from* M1eaI1t'ig Iz m I.ia i. From
flftfl lWfcU* *** 5 f t4ni Nacoj.iochm, by Woolen's, Henderson, S *NK tM4ii
distance of the mam :plara on :Ellen, Capt. Jefferson,.which arrived at vtthe 1ebiolJ,; tui S& WaIkercs,., T ', v t D.WUMHES : ERI'TS

1bort ide of the cityj towards evening New York on Sunday, TimJerthfrlag $ In1nt *rm,; fl4otbhlt; *kbfnh1i,; lmI.and : fiiJ''ntii TT7 Hh1flr4' S1fALCUM1GREItIflG11 '

ThC Yucatan in from SiMi) ; 1rwni Maernij' ,to Marinliall.S NA
haclalso becaplantedifl 27 dqrs ), eon ,.rrv41f t id i..=!' nanttpoflti..r From Sahinetotrq R. esr..uisi.i

ewodar nrd during L1! firms,the report i thai Yucatan his sent *. to -'. Milam, ; : : aPeM4I*. 1 ** 1 ** "l; M*" "v WWBWW S
enclosnie, Sec. C"And.t it urJterfctTed. ThaiVoribeundred a ttt&pt ,* rwn"-< ihwaJ..1'* 5 .
ce.r.en7 Santa Anna. A formal f.
cir in its adhesion From
the to MtnTiatr/.ny Jefir Hu Dan ttf- '
fl rson, es, ifjA.T.i ulUerW
Id TCflt CXCCUtIOU, 1cI ear .nJin Jirns hsiiw1spn thousand :| ,> (. aaorsiIt .
bt bcd of theenethylfl: the net to this effect passed in, Congress ; .indtrymix., l$* um 1twv'ityvu., neW, We vein,and Dunham to l3ostnn.tp'M Chamber*of I Jtttl; nf lht Conit, In S.

_lthus camp ended the operations of at Mcrida,on tbe:27thpf: August, thnuignd! dolar'u{ -, nwl the! *atnej; : hfrfby-ap- Mnusu ,,( arsitaft, ,iP*i tCd1 ,: i 0 Grr iood, in 2t'1aMa4AD.ccotraf atbU l$4f3Iinth1s Court

and was signed by Gov. Barhechanb.-r., j>ropfiated, to we 5jai4'ut rnjinmirj* inthi*" .t s--B :,ton, bj -Mo* iivile! ,to,FultnniAkan' ;of *aUl :rwiIl Adm.ana lettamein-a uf h td JSfl
e3d. T rlIsuI.rhot oilierwt >
the morning of the 24-th a American Vessels were. permitted to nb itencr nn<| chrthmg ppr.jratIfsr pay. ga.Da. ((rpm J'inw BtuflT, jo. ;JefTsuacOuaty. .toyarreo,1n Fraser, dwawd. ;
uIiz4'comp.ny. aod f
EarI.ron, vas sent to Gen. Tay-1 load and unload at Sisil and Camp'eachy, carrying out the ilW: |H rK> e 'of thw net.; "4 'rorn'BoJFon Brady! countv. ;irf Afkana*. :'Th.sele therefore'fd Crrt antiArixustis all

: 01flutttC33Ofl Ampudia under a flag, bnt the 'state having thrown bflTjtsTieu? 'yApprovcd Al, v. 15, lo4u; S.'ifle.Blosioi/ by'peiini] ; Savannah,Clark'rairiePari *- nd uiular tU next af kin, lej.tres febethrr
, frOn' (1Ct4 j/ "__ <,and H nrj Grove,to epeeilla ur re.wl.wry, cteditoM and jenenil all
Jer, trality this trade he considered atan 1onu. .. .
ofler of capitulation, to raay .5 and
king an 'CHAP. 22. AN Acrto. prrride for rauin ererjr person or penont interrsiej to the prenf -
accede cud. ? ojTrgiment F.nnI30cc1&n :by McGarra DalUt, and to be and
- ch the former refused to as ()mounted rifleme3jhnd 1flrf'iItslis: ) h ChnmlierVCrerk appear before the Mid Jodtt of
Falls ofI3riuosio Auiin wid Court
than the American corn in* military! f s&atsInIfnIhs rxile to Oregon. nt a Term of aid Court, to be VU
. t asked more To Newspaper Jcalers.-Stop Consider Sec. 1. Ie it enacted hyt thp Senate nnd HOUM From-IrMl ndence; by'Mocnd Prairie, CaU- .at ttM Court Houe m JackwmvUle in Data!cmiirty,
cirCumStanCes ; ell
under anit.Dillard's .
vou1d any ,40 Nashville; on Safunlay tl!* twent
zndcr fir of No.
Reflect what are doing Reiin..entathpsin of'ilVeXTuilfd Slaiein'f America day
upor you '
the same time a dcrnmd togrender C S!from LagniDge. by MiHers, Cunnin ham%, t eml er iw, t ensuing;ibrrw and iKen lo,hew
nt-at *>ti<;re.mta *emhled Thaflhere hatlb. edonn cwe.
in rep'y' made upon (len. .Are you a subscriber, a borrower,. imeiit'of niotinled( ,io be iai iuitiitJMrnnaut, ,Ba throp, Smith wick, aixTCo10 Ten/Uiey haveora n 'fiavr.whv |ln* caul Acr JMmt
riflemen conipoed
'vn 1imbu,
Is the hold Autin., )f toe?saul l R
or a grabber paperyou' Philip Yonge Hxmilor
which and organized foliow wit One ctilorel a* ,at aforv
- the hour at to : ,one
M. From Austin .
jSpndia-12 was in 'your hand yours, or is it the property -. JieiMenaiil rolonel: pnn tnnjor, n9hfleriiOtij. to Gonzalez aM, houd! not .be allowed) by ihu Court.Vitnr .
was Vtozn Goiiz*{ and New Braunfels
es \
Jc non-acceptance by Seguin '
or S ( tv rum*nil seal f Court
acceptance of some person less able than you are fergeaht. and two chief buglers,one a'ljnlanXwholia'l foSaa Antotiiu. my i at
the Jack.ontilleSsaie and
a be communicated to Mexican to, subscribe for it 7 If yju area bor be n lieurenant one jiergennt m jor?one chief From Chuksvilfp to Fort Towson.Sec. tL.'S.]S this Fineenth cuynty of aforecaMl.
(15) clay October In
At 11 A. M. the musician, und ten companies: each rornpany hall 2. ,
And be
General. have into it further enartrd. That the the of
store Lord
rower, or stepped some year our one tnootaad ekat
a personal COIMI*! ofie.captnin. one firt lieiitenant, one *erond Postmaster S
requesting General! be, and he is ber.by'auihor. hundred and A*
or house for the express of rea lieutenant exclusive of ihe lieuten- forty nix .
which purpose ( oiljutant ized
Terence with Gen. Taylor, to continue in operation such portions of the 1VM. F. CRABREt
Sorted officers oT: ding it, let us entreat you to rid. your- nut,) lour *ergcnnt .iour corpo/ftU, two biigleni, prewmt wall Sf rvice in Texan, esu&Ushed iiiuler Jud it of Probate of Dana -

; the principal ilieliGenerals. self of the hio'io'js sin, and subscribe one fnrrier; one blnckumltb,nnd nx y four private. its former laws, upon any of the foregoing routes, Wittuai S A. FORWARD. E. county > ; .
&* 2. And !hi' it q.f
c further
side enacted.That the/offi
71nk on either accompanying for it at once. Now is the time; don't CPI 8. non-commUioncil officer musicians and* ns he may deem expedient-.not, however, for n 2'nicior in Philip U.Yon e. KxV., < :
several oUers into .'
After longer perio'd tlrtn October
the thirtieth June, eighteen 16th. 1846. 7t
delay but come along at once.-Exchaagt ite> hall be"entitled ihe emolument
the capitulation of the city priv m same pnrand hundred ;ml fifty, and to make contracts for the 5 S
,elation half- Pope a* are allowed to drMgoonf hiid that the appropriate mail IB Circuit Court.RiSTcnw '
refused at service on of iho foregoing
side and any
made on either* fHrri *rnnd Markamith *hnll ri"cpivethe 5nm. pay routes, cither without ndvertUement where the CIKCCIT or. ILnitus'f '
I M. Gen' Taylor arose ana mid nlinnntice* ni are allowed to.an :artificer of County of Dval I CkavttnS '
; past A couple of professional gentlemen in same can Hfiecied at.:rates of ctirrpen.ationm, .l : ''
would give "Gen. Ampudia artillery.Stc.! the for in JohnC.Pei4&C)1.j! ) H.I Vlotadr ,-\ .. '
he the -of Crawford Pa. having exceeding a v.rapnricr. like wrvice the
3ying county .
3. 'And be'it further) rnacied That James .
I and or re- the other Slate of thi D. Pelof, deceased, '
consider accept Union or advermetnents
I one hour to been sentenced to the county jail for wid regiment of riflemen phall lie *uhjetl! lo the torn leu upon' ". .JsA '
with his officerslit period thnn twelve weeks as he shall
left the conference misdemeanor notice rule nnd'article of and khall be recruited in Herman Hooker.
some give ; war, deem bet f'rthepubacjr1tersia.] Cita*. Bvington, "Dr. '

.' the expiration of the hour, the discharge through the Democrat, that they may the same manner a* other troop* in the, *ervic of Sec. 3. Ami be it further enoctcd. That, tine as Hooker & Byiwgtnn, I.aae NIU & '

was to he the sig- the United Slate*, nnd with the sam cotiditionnnndlimitntioii Postmaster don. William M. !li don, Cba ..t. .
. of the miriar be consulted for the next three months General be, and he i* hereby, a ut bon-
*; and ilu officers. non-comniisiioned F. 1aeediJarnea B. Leeds
of liostilities. zei I to Ihgg..i 1*
recommencement pnytmail contractors in Texa lur .rrvico
nat for the at said place on Phrenology Mesmerism otHrerf. musician" black mithj and & Un H.G.
ofthe! hour private duly r'rfrme4 by them since lh. sixteenth day of gt, O. Babcock,Jame* Chamben.

Before tic expiration Dentistry, and Medicine, ect.FOI inrrier*, hallbe entitled to tlie anjeproiiiiin for February, eighteen hundred und forty six, and also !- B. Morgan, Henry Baton, John > "*

. however, -an officer was sent on the wound and! diAHbilitieji, nnd the *npfl proti7on* offin-r employed in the' mail Mallory. Chester 'L'i.U-e: &Jacob

of Gen. Atnpudia, to inform thq [ ; THK :K\VS.: :]' *' fur widow** nnd r.liildren, nnd tb.' nme allowances servicer Provided, however superintending Thai nuc.h S Gutternon. ia C. Bube & Co., -

: part General that to avoid the S 31Y FATtlKU.LAND.! nnd lrf nrfit*, hi every re*]'ect, a* ore allowed to shnll in no case exceed the compensaliitn payment agreed Amos I'. Shumway. and! others. "

American eiiWfi of blood nation*, uonorbein" Lath) f.f ll "firc'rzy %8i. atnl verdrftit hill, other troop* cnnipoing. the army of'' the United upon with the late authorities of Texas: Provided, Upon reading an J filing! the affidavit of one of .
. further tSE4'4. the Complainant in tbi rate,and it
appear lo
That llm if
. satisfied by the eseUioas of the I Ui liowriM'i..vi.-UM rn > il*, Hill?Icibhiing rill: Srr. 4. Arid be it fuithrr enacted, That the also the several pottmaslers in Texa appointed thetati ractionofiheCMrtt That .wra) of tb. .
I Aii'1 Juke, \ hiclim r n> |MHI it* bogum fish, by hue Government of Texas, shall
had after consultation rioncirmmiioried offiff musiciiin*, und privates Defendant reside iieyund the jutifdictioa of thU f
he .
Mexican troops, Tiw ciomi liitl whirl* it* gul of/aid when in State
regiment, employed constructing :
with his General Officers, decide.! (l itfihe ci nzsy chit ilon whos) .f Mark iwpH, General of the United Stiles all balance* accruing
fortification m kirt cuttinc r'Xids or IT is HXRCBT OnoEAcp, That ofthia
survey : a
' the ofler oi the |JJ.r eiiive vigiU. t"ai Hclio keep*..-. at their offices, renpectivelj,, from arid after, said copy
j y : :
. to capitulate, accepting performinjj'"liter labor, shall Im allowed! fifteen s'ixteenthuf order duly certified by the Clerk of this Cat, be, 5' ;
tti" iIi. tuteri'g i-iuch, wiib' boll- CitlhtdClaj February, eighteen hundred and f'riy .
. American General. ituss1 cent perclayiwb, with H commutation inmonny six: that is, nil collected or to be collected published IH a tCe Mumper printed vilhin this Circuit ".
were in effect for the extra spirit mElon, n* provided hy the act olihe money for the spare t.f four monih.. '
. The terms of capitulation i' ruUu i hi; iam neck,her niggeil apuu e. for postage m theirofiiee, reiertively, after ue-
second of.M.ucli} one thousand eight hundred AJOMT irrcRTHtn OUDEHID, That the saiH '
eluding the ions allowed the law
cnmm to
follows bj
as *: nnd nineteen, entitleii "An art to regulate the Herman Hooker. Charten Uyipjton, an Hooker 8s
should be allowed Land of the patriot HIU] the brave! pay poMmaMcrs in the Unilf d Sntrs, And it is herbj *-
the officers of **' hisac N. .
That ihe'nrmy ti.lsei imYatipue duty. Eyirnginrn; ItUdoti William-. Rudon,
\\ h*re KfV'l'Hii'* tiMftner* pruudly wave- enacted and declared, be the iluty jaidper8cn -
march oat with their side arms. \ S,H'. H. And be it furtber euiwted, That the snoitif Chaile F. Leeds, James B..Barg*> as Leeds& *
Vhre inlet Inninc ne'er ,
restorts. < nnd po tmn ter4 .an afore>>nid, in Texas to
should ii.'v.iijy' llitiuHand fiv-H hundred dollsrii for Bagx.'; H. G. O. Bnticoek. James B.
and infantry .
That the Cavalry Nisr 1'rnli* fVr li 'iilH-r gi.IJ c .unsVliere ,- account fur and pay o er to *nid Pi>stfnater,General
m.iiiritin ) ni.l be Henry Bacon, John Chester Bislee '
snd Matleiy. &
nnr eqaipinj rejjiment, tli
be allowed to marcIa out with their arms j jsnd \ Mhident Merit i .'"er repines, tithe United 6tntei all said balances m she S
same hereby i* nppropriated.-lo he jfaiil, out olanymoos.5 Jacob Giitternott.< C. Bt bee &: Co.: Amos P.
I A i'i G.iiitii'isissi t I n.sstgiiluist *liiiM?>- manner nt d in the extent required by the )aw>of
siccoirUeinents. *? ,. in the'Treasury not otherwise appropria Slmmwny, and vtberii, b reqmrtd tn answer the "
VVi Knutt| furnj thecunitnon mind the United States of
ete e should be allowed raid Bill ol Complaint, within C,ur Months, the
That me artillery SbrI4JW5v. cliiiii'ii! A vIuniH find. ted.Ker the Unite/l 'State*; and the like remedies .and or ..
vith"one battery of six ; C. And'be it further enacted, That sum some u ill be taken a9confe ed against them.
march OUT collection
to means collecting ant enforcing by
rounds of ammu Ittiiian ic li nd home t)fa noMernrc Wt cxceeiliir: three tlioiHund dollurs. out of anyuiureys suit or otherwise of sn d balances hereby THOS..DOUGLAS, Judge. .'

pieces and twciUy-oiic For liiee, Time"* ie li !.iH-lreain can njVreTi: ( ce fh the Tretiifury'no; nherwi appropriate granted, os.now exist.by law agsdnst.sine are *- I, OSCAR HART. .Clerk of aid Court, do hereby -. '

nition. My loie. Jir ina ic ci iiti. when Fancy flwu IM*, nnd the name hereby i* appropriated to of ilic U. S. The same rate of postmater are certify, the above t I* r n tine copy of an order .

That all other munitions of war and Upon whue ever\ link tsriist vermil g1e.s, ".kfiay tli" expene f each military, simian of defince. lol e charged nnd collected, .in Texan postage as in other made and entered in the.Records of naid Coort. .

wpphes siiotild be turned over to a .'r.qt.4 f :th- tnr'fi" nitrir'4 mind, uhirh tlit -iiidfiit'may deem nprensary oii Stnte;of ilii! Union: end all iiws concerning .lh* f iid entitled raoeV on the eighth day October,A* '
i it Iiiiii.I.G5Z(1fl .* the line communication with Oregon, nod a umnotexceetlii I). 1846. -
Driiwtiz 1ist
officers appointed I niHi'tkV 1'1)4 Office Department awl! rejiilalions'llwreof,
board A.neiicai toj
ib' .t.uI.s iI riov'a nigirt" two thoti and dollar fyr makiiugcnrnp.nsunen 1 ,
are hereby declared to have full rflfect and
receive them. to the Indian tribe which operation < L.S. > hereunto s.t hand'and affix tb*
.. mny own my
With iK'am oi'i'! iVndurf
too brightThfn -- in onid Slate frura and after said sixteenth of 5,
That the Mc-m-an Army, should be i fly ,utii wVr lived ugain, or po>>se 4 i he ground 'on which; the said station February nfoieitnid. *-- seal t>( aid Court. "

allowed sen* d.iy* to <>tarual the city My *<.ul vntrniiced. forgets Life' iain. mnyU* erected and for each stuti n. Sec. 4. And be it furtherenncteil.- That the act OSCAR HART, Clnk.Jacksonville. S
Approved, May 19, 184C.iCIIAP. .. Oct.J6.184G. 4m '
and thai me American troops should .'srabsshng! certain post routes in Tex ,approval S
What tho decreed! to spend Lf.; hour*,
the sixth of February, nnno eighteen
notoccupy it untii e acuated.That Mul cHttnjjejjrme* ;nd imrlle_ lower* ; 23.-AN ACT to iaiIist! the value of hundred and forty six be, and the same islerrbyicpenled. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. .

tue Catuedral, Fort or Citadel, Or Jan.I* tliat boai 41IlitiC soil), ceitHirj foreign cuin* and money of account}, BY virtue of ih. pumcr vested in me b/ law, 1 1[ '

.An'I l and toan>. iul existing law*. shall f.r sale,before the Court Home
should be eracuiteJ at 10 A. M., next liiijrVing hge gntherVI spoil ; Approved, May 29, 184C. expose .
then maichehing Art tiupltie riiin'd, \ci sublime.S Sec. 1. Be it enucled by tine Senate and HOTIKC duor; in the city Jacksonville, county of Days, ton
t\vi23'ii: ) the Mexicans of Itcprrkenlutiveii of the United Slates America 2nd in
*- -n.'ii tire with letdiiuf olden: lime; the Monday April next. folfpwioj
CHAP. 20.-AN ACT in relation to the July term
out and the American {iiirrisoii Yei biil my exiled hem Je* proudly in Congress a .*mbled, Tluit in all cumputaiiotiAat of the circuit atd district court in the district of property, or so much thereof. a n will pay the State '

marching in. The .Mexicans avowed j When sen my lip :hy rmm* ban::* loudly T No! the custom Ijouse, the foreign cuins and money Ohio. Tax for 1845. and Slate and County Tax for the '

to salute their flag when hauled down f fThat Uniwe! nii ;ht el-eV lh<* thriil lliittV Pit for life, of account hereto *pecifi *d slmll be timated OHfollitw Sec. I. B* it enacted by the S.nau'nnii House vear 1846. 10.000 acres of land on and about

j .My, Father home I home uf'the Free! *. to wit: The specie dollar of Sweden ami Trout Creek. Icoown as the SibbeLl Trnt't 1,004
there should be an armistice of { of Repre ent! rive of th*United Stairs of America '
Norway, nt one hundred owl sixty ce'ht*. The acres sin Dunn's Creekt..lonir'g to the belts of DO.
emhed.! That the of the
in Cnnres July term
eight weeks, during which time neith- A -houlfi! th4.1141b! feet r>*Vr prest thy volret pJaden, *jN-ciedollar of DenrimrC, nt one,lnund red andfivoc circuit arid dilrict court of the United States in uir7go Feruands'z 1.00 aers w Trout deck,

erarniy should: : pass a line ruiming .N,, m re iliee eye huuld vww ibySxIvan stiid. n, .'nts. .Tb< thaler ut5 I'rui'it ami of the northern the diitrict of Ohio, shall Itereafier l I.e hrldonlhethlnl Vest fid, conHrme to John Jones? 167 acre on

Liaares and 1ti.p.et;. r* ne* 'r h'' rthe welcome M>unr!* i f youthUf / States ss C tjerin ny, nt sixty n\n\ .-cents. The fl.irin Black Creek near its month, known as lYcka
from thelliconada through AInndny of July, annually: Provided, Thnt
Fiiei.cUSiiji biliny, Luve, und sacred TnilhTfie ,- of *lsesoiiilirn, biateii ol Get many ut forty cents.Tlie vrood-Iandin and belonging to F. Peek; 282 sires
nil iirtion, suit.. i *'al<, recognizances, proceii-
iaa Feruauda. lnl l'chir
This !enient ofTer of the American And Lile"* mi lani; mid :rantgcva. to hurii, of Aiig !b irg, nt forty ei-lit null one half cents.- iie\ hirh*, wig ruin be!pending prr>rw ding in said* whatever courts,,or pending returimbleto or *eph, and owned by the K'tit'e of Water* Smith;

General xvas dictated with the concurrence My *xp rlf S' pra\er'i for V MI, ye hf tii ehoM-1 and, The Jiru s.f the LoiiUmrilo V.'utiqiain Kingfloiri btid the may term an it now exi-is, shall have dry 28i acres on the Sf. John Rivrr. railed SL Jo ; S

.Mv in-all* i l thioii far Ihee, My Fmh**r-Lund.Jitclttontillf. the lisa *>f Tucunut ixteeii cent The fnmcf neph. arid owmd by James Sin'Irton; and adjoininjj -
of his Generals! and by motives of therein, and be heard tried!, proceeded with, and .
.I1QL'E. ( France, and *ifBelgium\ llie lira of Sarcli- the last (xjve mentioned Tract; 11.50 acres.itnated .
dupo! .edof tlft'n term an fixed by thi* net.
good defence of their city by the IMcxi- Oclaler 14lh, 184G.El nit, nt eighteen rents *tx mills' The ducat of Naples at JOHN: W. DAVIS, on Sample Snamp, near Nassau R.jiper>

can Armv. ---- ir; eighty emit. The ounct of Sicily,nt tvodolluri Speaker oldie Hoiie of Representative owner not known. 0 .

Killed'Capt.. Williams,Topograph AUTHORITY.tnvr uiid duty c rit*. The pound oft!be British S G. M. DALLAS THOS LEpU'ITH. Sheriff. D. C.BvA.W.CRICHTON.D.5hetjf..
of NI, Scot in New Brunswick Newfoundland ,'
'proiiice VU :
1st Infantry ohhe' United Slates .
Lt. Terrett Vice President .
of the United .Slate* I'mwcJ at the mid,Cnnailn, nt four'duKHrs. And all .nd President of ihe Senate.Approved. Jacksonville. Oct. D. 1846.COL .
; Capt. L.K. Morris, 3d do.; Capt. Fimt Hosiouof the Twentj-IYiath Cou- law* irz'uxshtett-tith ibis act are hereby repeal -5--- ,

Reid, 3d do.: Major Harbour, 3d do.: gre. *. ed. May 29, 1346.JAIES K. POLLS In Circuit Court, s.
LieuUrwin, 3ii'do.; Lieut. iloskins, 4-th Approved, May 22, 1R4G.CHAP. FLORIDA .
CiA1'.21.-t ACT l"r the nrgxntzatimi 5)1St FOR ALACHCA Asn LEVY COUSTIXS.A S S
do. Lieut. Woods 4-th! do Mc- PASSKNGERS.
; ; Capt. of* miner d 24. AN ACT amend net ompit. In atttcbmenr.
company appert ) Sr Matthews from Savannah. *. RtciiAnns & Co.
Per U. S mail Steamer
Kavetr, Sth do.; Cot Watson, Baltimore Sr.. 1. Bo it enacted by the Se.niteitnd !1.'sse Februiirv! "I"verity f Mirlh, eighteen hundred and I 8om awom t*, ""

Battalion; Cap Battlcm, 1st Tennes HI Representative*of the United States ofAtjiTicnia i'utv; llm-e, ftititlei! "An net to nniifiid an actS R.iMi.'Mi. Oct.* ,Mnhon 14th,-,MM T. ;Steele TCeye,. nnd lady! child.child, Mrs.and, BnYAN ;WON. J437 *****

aiicmbied That here lMnddedtntht ,; Tor relief of $1000.
e.rAn ihe
Regiment Lieut. Putnam 1st do. do. Coiijref -iti net George May-
; ; C. M. Hbynes. J. Howard.
servant Ilojne*,
*Curpit of tMi tnecrs 033 company iit .appef4vtnuKens f]<'J.l,*' ip{'rim'd July "twenty seventh1, eighteen above named defendant ami. all other S

Lieutenant in a German Company.It nfl,! pnijf'iiier, ts U. called *n JiHvr *oldier iniMired nrwl forty *\vu.S.'c. : Pei tearn !r Urn. .Gn tnn from Snvanrnsb,Oct. THE interested. are hereby notified of tWin

i is but proper to slate that Gen. *; whirl romp*ny *hnll he 'comr ed of \enserjeant 1. IJo it emicted bv lb Senate and Home ISilv.-J. V. Putnam. S. 1'nrm Mrs Amler on ttiuiinr of the abrrre named null by atlarbmenr,**

Worth with his battalion and Hays' *, or mmter woikmen, ten corjM.ntf* ot of Jlifnvejitntiv 'H'if the UuitedSute"of America and family J. B. Wallen, R. Dauner, J. S. Ricbard and required lo appear and plead to the Declaration .,

command had an action some distance tn&rerr,. tuo tnii iciantf, and thirty nine private in C
oi the first ca or Hitifi-ier*, ami Unity nine private tu ( e ti ff M held, for lh> wrut tmlt end llwuulJlh Court in default whereofJudgment will Betrayed,
this side of with considerable W m
a of the Fecund cai, or laborer ; in nil! one eat q'latler rectii n seventeen, townvhip twenty Dr. S..Parsoas,from Satnniinh a* for want of a plea. >t""

Mexican force and dispersed them hundred men.Sec. eix.niirje fivov.'nt, alyl tho sou'h %rt quarter Ga.,respectfully S.. R. (;. LIVINGSTON.Newnaniville % S

in a short time. Cot Hays killed a 2. And Ie e it fnrtlier enacted, Thnf lh- yav uf neni.fn eipht, |uuti hti{ terirytx, range'fiveHi' ,S---_________* announces lo the citizen* Att'y (hr PIaiMifj 4

lieutenant colonel of the Mexican Army anSI rc-tmiis sftbt* M.iceaj t*. nr tnatcr tvorUni *!, in ib*>ili)>tikt of \ut'nul'j.'ci lo *nle at Gre. Jackqnyile! and vicinity thai he will spend a 0< ioberOih, 184C 3m '**

of*aij cnrttpany. sihaIb'! tiieam H tim.e now nlowtxl !- nada, 'Mi'ki i.'sij'1ti. Knything in the'act t f wliichthi fe\y week nt Mr. Wood's Hotel), in Jacksoqville,

single-handed.. How many were kiltaTor liy law tn the matter wurknien .'employed i is amendatory to the contrary notwith'tandI where he is prepared. lo perform, in ihe best possible Master's Sale

wounded in this action is not the ordnance department excepting that the cni.i inoer W. manner, all the viriou* operations pertaining S EASTLas CIRCUIT or FLORIDA.Jn .

known. *ergeani *h*ll receive one ration only ps'rdiiy, Approved, May 22, 1C1C.CHAP. S to )h da pioA-siion. Person ,wishing hi* services, Cianccry. > *+ *. .

Some volunteers on their from in te.id of one raiiuu HIK! a half; of the corporn!*; orocerjeer will receive prnmptnttention by applying as above. F. J. Judson. Execulnr of Juhn F.1

way *, lh cam a* thoite now allowed hr la*. 25,-AN ACTet hi) hing certain postroute" All exhmfnaiion* made without charge. ati facrtion Brown deceased, for himwjf S .": )

Hier to join the army were attacked tft.the 8flflOrC1*,carriigt maker,at.d tilncfc/mUJi*, *, uti'l for other ;purpose, fiyep, or no coropensalion require!. All ope- al! Creditor r*. .

by R large body of Mexican troops, killed o.nplove l l y the ordnance depnrtment, exreptin*; Sec. 1. Ue it enwrted by the Senate n,nil Houe'wf.Kenreitentalivw'ofthe rntions warranted. Benjamin A. Putnam.Admini*tra- **. "I- StnroftheeataieuiAmbroseHull

and shockingly mutilated. that tst' C1agtscerCprklbrahil hil! receive fine ration United State of America Jacksonville, Oct. 1C. if rib

only per day. in'teaJ ofone ration and H half; of iii Congre assembled, That the following bo ctabliihed *- dccea e
Correspondence of the Charleston Evening News.) the private* of tIMe firftclatf, irurtinrerii,the name a* port route: Fifty Dollar* Kcward. PURSUANT to an order of i he Hon. S
Reward for Ihenpprcheiwiun '
QUINCY, FLAM Sept. 27, 184G. a* thtwe now allowed by law tn ihsr) nrtthcrg.'rn- IN'TEX AS. ., 'x., 1 will give Fifty Dollar tlz e. of the Eastern Circuit .f .
and mywlf
ileiivety to ibe.sccond
Florida made of
phiyed by be ordnance 'department; of the From New Orleans, in'ihe State of Louisiana, on day March, 1846
The Court has been in session
now of / Jail ol; puvnf county* of my ,negro boy in the above cause, will be*old undrrdnreJjec.a -
thuc ud c1aa! or ahorT. the loGalvenion, in Texa. by water. S
here for the last two weefcs. The first tho&n uilowrd mnm o \- &,POMPE, who runaway from me a year ofthesubscriber, at public auction in front ujbs.-
now by law to the laborer .From Galveion I" Houston, by water.
taken in employed July. Said boy i* black, about five feet Court House in tl e city of St. Aiigtuttne MOB *
three days were discussing lust oo
up by the ordnance department; and of.tlie uiusiciah -. From Galveston| by San Luis and' Velajco, to ago 5
law Sam Holoman Uie S. eight inches I in height,has.mark ira Lii. Av-head. day, the Sth of Oclober next, betwes'y the boors'* .
points. was first anie n$ lliorw allowed! by law to jK0 tnutctan Mnmrtnl*. alMuti
the kick of a often and twele.o'cls'ck nf that aft
tried for the murder of Fishthe .stage fif the line of il e army; tlie &id noncornrnI$4iQnlP.d From Gih'eston to Corpus Chriti, l ly watery *i.ich j- scarred: by ud-andi'! incline. tracts.iflamlrle.crib.'daS follows day, ias..mthree -

He after fair and impartial officer, privates."nd mn ician lwinresp.sttIy From Gulveton, by.Chambcrsi3. John\anir %etityoriweuty 'RANCIS.S..HUDNALL.years ? AH i&ts
driver. was, a entitled to stutter. } tract of containing about five hundred ACT**, ;
trial, found guilty and sentenced a* are to granted urno by law clothing to tioiwjommt and othernllowancei -- Liberty From; Galreitonby to Swart wont.Garner'srtn Beaumont., Jsc1so'riIk, Qctobyi 36 b, 1Q47. tu be the ame morw or less,being the remaining poj -

to be hung "Friday next. T. Smith ionrd officer*, pnvaten. and mu*icm, of'the From VelascoYby Bratoria, Columbia, Orozim- Nassii''County Shcrifi's SaIe.J the lion saId( f a'tract Arnbnwe fifteen Hull,hundred dr.ecvJ.acre*the, granted f. ..,

lad-Alact were both found guilty of artillery in that army of the United Statei. bn,-1Mg Cre-fc, Richmond, ,Saii, Felipe; Ccntfe L L be ifold;ornMpnday% .UMiU Jan try, on the. 2nd Jay of by SpanWT"* 'i
Sec.. 3. Afad be it further enacted.That the) .old Hill..utdCedar Creek, to Waihinglon. ., 'laiii btwt4r.tb' boors orteji and two government February.Tfl !*
stealing-sentence delayed and 1500 acre being situated
asa *
negro awaited their engineer company hall!be object to the rule, and : From Malagorda. by Caney, JJrefon, reach o'clock, at the Coiin House, in the c-onj/of Na' -' known as Turnbull' Wentern at !qu5io, at at .
dozen trial place
half more for article of war; ball.be recruited in,the*Hme manner Creek, Egypt.: an4Colnmbg, !oLagrai g>. S certain tract or parcel of land, known a* Swamp, brief* '
$au, a the Southern portion or third of said
the same; offence. Holomah is a 8toutma.n and with the amlimitation, arid *h U UeotnW From HOUJIton, 'bjT Hamolin. and.Arnold*, to then eitaTe of Watermnn, deceaied. Said land three hundred acre of land, situated tiacl;-2aJ.. .
: MI. '
of six feet high with tothe meprovi iou..aJlii iiiicr unil lx \Vu hin lon. S Brgocli,,containing *uteen a'plffa -s -
upwards a ( nefit : T situated on Brandf called! Colonel Plumer. on. the 'River St. Jokac./
. Jfcd If *. in every respect, ni ate allowed to the ,,tli,r Erotn Uotwtori; If I1odes' Bend, Richmond, 1bsusHfld'fkUr hundred acre*, moie'or l ls'54, to be surveyed
countenance. report speat originally to Daniel Plumer on tbe 9&December' -. S
tmnp ron ihatiii5 List wl'Texanat Victoria. the State of
Present military Jwace Damu:. Mills. igyp'lir to'atify the 1uuinq; thereon to
r sold
tivojnen before by .. .
lie.has killed to a cer tahli'hmer.t. Croft' to iMonrgomerr. and chargeMni and Spanish 'governmentSrdly. ;- '
From' HOOMOW'/OT' all costs
; and legal
in -Georgia Smith is S.c. 4. And I,. it fIu-itIeren9t.1l Brertham.'Sieper thereof. 0 two hundred acres of land on the West i4
just .JJal8
,.one Thatthenai'da From %Yaihigtnn, bt Independence. about the ndytLifl.Qfl4 *' of the Si, JnJui River.' tVlwrert the lam!. ef Z-*

i w lookmtr. He is said to have rI tJwr 1l'St,1y .6ti .i .asntiw4 and corn. -*, Shelby awl Rutief ville, lo Ln-mn-e. due, one hund'rVd and two"aollarrnrneiy-Iurt-e.cii.e Kingil1/! and Daniel }'Juri.y'. jtranfed Jam. '
1' part; />fth. cnrpsif engineer, and UrofficerHhy From t'ashiutOn, FanibwpV Jlu k; Wonfg. A. J. BRADDOCK, Sheriff*nd'rvt&er :sk
een i, piratem; his day., i? a Hull ewTtlre 16tb January JCJ6 taM :
4)fllePruTth&t .
c..rpva4 ht prPlirnt.ftrgan.' nery, Low Oak, ColiardX Hont ville, and 16. 1846. Tax Collector.Notice. tracts being tho 'saro, and which the said '
fellow 1 ; ,
. % n iijyears, a deep, cunning iz cT; they hall U ipmuried In and Crockett. ?
perfrin all Cincinnati, to '
bm Hall iterea
S 'fcelicreV He is a native of South Car- V dttiwi **??*"'* rai er an4 l1NflflWTCr.Und.1l S From \Va4hJngtoiii l by Boontille, Wheefocktuid 4drnj IstrItor's situated'nearly* eif Iinil Mandnrin fii* pfa.tziionas4--_ .

.cUna Loulsia- uul ,? ;giving praciical ln'lr iont Fall of Brazo -f MONTHS afterdatr,4TiaM prwentrny opposite
and Jived some years in ic> in the.e FranWfiw. to ( GEO.1LAIRDAX3
br,nche* ct the .Military Adulemy Vhey .ball From F wthorp'T by/MitrbellVil, Leona MillS, jaecmiaiai-nd ,oucbtc:aadninisLrts'0;
*! '
'left filling-a Colut biarounty
there for man-came ( Ma.t.rlisCbaaceiy. 1
nnrrnver. under the order of Prairie Crockctr Estateof John pjjerinlste'o .
jh chief fWRJiieer. Alabama, and MuMang to the i'' 1'aMf viit ,.S ,
-stole negroes-and Is soon to be be liaMe, IN etve by dsswljrniuan : Rankic- .' flflJfl5ctPrpbatefsratd St.AnussneSept.: 4 AeVO* ;' v.-- t..
veV-eetng fluntPili)5
From ettlementOTUW Esiatencl TE7: Tb above said is > M onfd o tu tb
lLflD and flni -
?. Yours&c. aiding JaUorrf wpoo funiftcatiun; H rdinfr CriweJIr Hooker WiIscizi'iJiat nudffnt en q .
or oilier wDutr.
t. y _ _I wr .Ssflilvr I1. enne r nianda.a HTuwn i3luf %Vihi.txIsi .baii ttt th .Iri1tIn ryt' kfterf of, 'ofNovetnbern.zt.. .I : "I', _:. Oct19j. :..

: The Hebrews used'to call;: the devil .penruin; ;:;CoMlie:! ,! |7 i tifiCat loot,a dimisiioa aJ'iDCb'dmlnW' !t f"I r'sunaintere1Ldifl ; : ?SS

;. vcntin- jsiry Stflsl ri4iuz S S D. ,airf'EitU IO I1' h4 tO take ,
1fft ardJyJia *ehi ej1airs.S4C. Fr m rocketyMu5r14UntAt7! ; !gFlournoy -
' .?. Awl be itfuh recij, That the 1ai cogbMe1euc1 1' Y : *OBERTSQN S ter'had Enlisfi: 'i Mmhtktr&tc'C PIiTIY; '
noxvn .
chief. co-mccr, wiifc the ; : ,
epprobaiion of tbo
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k ,L! lug oat JtMtfeo 'Misld"t .'. Coort,' the H ,' '. ..J .the,above- f'tt.WHWwD', wkh,.view;te be&l'ftIfl Crrek.Msn.J*"II.JIIC1.iIw..
dherout,the CirruU Court ofihEastern: 'Cite ,AVANNAR.OA.It It, convenience and a.ecommodllo0 of those Sr. Iar,.. BtUaswfrk- 1

.\". -?o. lvdf Florida, for iW enoi tyof;;,., }will f X'pM iiir:1-: bthzu)la:th4 MfewBf. rtiejet.>tifcai iiilitt whom ill b Jai pWttre'rnljhi .attract UMhi the U.S.Mail .a fto. pI.

to Public Sl., In front of thi CoariHou. ., bid on as reasonable term*, as mny.otber e tal>. portion.of Florid, *.licil the JMtraMftf of the T. .Ju cIt.
.... Lii the city of Jacksonville' mull county, : .first Monday in November, A. D., 1846. between COM ErE assortment otApicu1t0rII' '- find anything requisite to thWr comfort negleeted. Irf. -ha.. a. ,

;': th* .legal bourn,of *ale.on tht day. ,Air that err BY" THE PRESIDENT' OP ,THE. A., elements... (, .ing of 28 difiereni iii!' .n'L, The healthiness, ( .Jacks-Hiville. protectipw hJIilr.J; hir decks a.e fJ". f'Lsh, ",",
tain tract.or land. *situate I lying and being in,d.niaa".f UNITED STATES. patterns sit PIOl*h.. H.M.'(varioua kt di) Axe.' from she harsh set treeies and its easiness ofBCtesi ,ornrj- raraisi. and ,",ated,. a-
: Diival, on ami about aheV .V sUe! of from tM hve 'secured it the much improved At r".acr
TN ''purluance'ol 1 law, I, JAMES.K., .. Trace awl Ox Chaini. Shoveli awl Spade* Hay ny re' alwaya r ntod iee
Little f"btarc Creek and wit Inn the linen of r..rt. she\ranrHH be .
a and Manure F.wks Patent and Amni.rIcimoScJthf1, .reputation of beinf |l e most advantafieou ..placefn Sta.s.4.y ..
p Grant,known a, Richard'. Mill Grant Imunded 'M PULK president of.t. e United Corn of Invalids rin& "..tIt. This html will L.
Reap Hooks, (/rain:Cradles. Corn Shellers.". East Florida' f r: the ,rert .Uhaf .tf4"'
follows! commencing at.a. ,.po tur stake, matked States of America. ,..do' ,hereby declare .ml Cob CrmUrt Portable French J3urrGrist Urn winter ...f.D. Tn ft.h rM rsons.lie off-/1 aecomroodalfon Thursday rnornfnj. h..r;.. .. ,, *

with *' en*. *,,on the N nih West corner of .id ,and make known' that,public sales,will Mills. Hand Csrn Mill-.Straw Cutterf,Ox Yokes ".uMch. he lMi-es| will prove acceptable daily line of H earner.* fur CL.rftou. .. .
'Tract, and running' from thence Eastwanlly il. be held at undermentioned. land I ,Patent Churn. Foot Cotton Gins, Saw Gins, Patent and .. lnedksIusdkI'i of II. highest 0'..'. every evening.Alsn .
Mf'n chains to i water Oak, marked with.acn>ss, I. i be commanded in the' lowo, they may rely I pai.en.rs at4u '
FanMihls ami Nail can DK 10 tal,
offices in the State of FLORIDA at ; -
.on the bank of tb aforesaid Creek ; from thertce Paints ,1r : or Nrq" laMb..b
Full asorlmint of White Lead,,Colored upon the most careful attention. r.'r. s ,
Southwardly' by.the Creek ikiy chain to a pine. the periods hereinafter designated, viz: and Painter's articles. 'rm.Vb.lr.LinHCI'anct Arf,I.hun from tbe North have f necasionally tie Thiirsdiy and Saturday for "r y",

-- 'marked with cro,< ; (turn ,h.VHt.llml, At the land office''t,ST. AUGUSTINE, 'com.mencinx Castor, Oil.Spirts Tuirpenl1nPYS1rnshe1s Window lajeil' their coming.HtMlor; tlw impression, that the arrival lar the St. Miiihew.rr..m Fleik; ""
Uty chains to a pine, marked with a cross; (run. the .ihird of booMs filled tb 'ibwril er takes this Pasienti'with' thrtrl 'i
on Monday twcnt) day Ga's! Window S .b. was opportunity iiag n:..
thence Northward!} &,' chain to the aforesaidbeginning ( ; November next, for the disposal of the'public lands Gun Powder Shor.Bar f.eadr Pl'ren'lin Cap'; to assure suci in future, ihaU in that case, '..mlar rh her line. tttifajrtL "iU.p'.

poet or al..k,. Said tract of Land con* within d. undermentioned townships and fractional Foolscap, VIII.Vntrpir: anti PRINTING he cinaiways provUe them temporarily with comfortable The'.1 \. boat will| ...II rulloit,, 11-
ts1nIngtbrr'hiznilrerl itnI .. 5-1 Ob4 ac'n- '
I, VVPnY I townships, to wit rSolk PAPER PRINTING and Wriiinf INK. accommodaiions, in she. town. Leave Pilntka erery Tuf da.. A.

conveyed to Fortune j1-1 .
RC't..r.I.I.jJamH Bryant I Picolata, !
And Harmon R. Blanchard.by deed,bearing date of tie bate line and Eait af the principal Carpenter*and Cw.j(rs EtgiTmihsGARDNSEEDS.wirrinted OLIVER. WOOD. Black Creek if 11 "
meridian as good as any to be found. Jacktonville, Dec. 10, 1845. ly P. ,.
December Levied and..will a
26th A. D.. 184 on Pad-' J"-.nw1ll& It ,
be sold to. satUfy the' above' mentioned two executions Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, of- Order thankfully l received and :rromr"lat .Forr..iJhl..r .',1.. 12. '
passage ,
one in favor of John Broward, the other in range twenty-nine. ed to. 1846. FORWARD ALDRICH, on board,or .rry |tt .'
.-favor James Arm.trnnr.THOS. Fractional township twenty' township tW" I)'. Savannah,, Ga., June .19th, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. S- 'toWOOD &

) LEDWITH, Sheriff D. C. one, twenty-two andtwenty-three, and fractional 03": Will practice-in llw sevrrnl C irts ol Lisa CLAG1IORX_

Bv A. W. CRtCHTOK D. S. township twrnty.iiizorangP thirty.Tu List of, tetters, and Equity. In the K.istern Circuit of Florida..Wai. FERNAND APhl. 54,_
Jacksonville October 2nd.! 1846.Sheriffs ; rn,hin." tweiitv-one and'wen.y.ihrep' of REMAINING in the Post Office at Jackson- .' A. F"'n>VAi n. Si. Ai,TM.ifne : & nls .
30th which if .
rang !ihirty-ono. the J!lftt-. 1846. AJ..I.. .Jatl
Louis AL0RICH, Newnansville.LIVINGSTON A.
Sale. Fractional town.hip twenty, of range tb.lrty.two. nut taken out in three month, will be sent. to the COV.

Sale en Monday 5tk Oclllbtr.I Townsoips twcmy-thivo and twenty-four, ,of .I..atll.-r office at Washington. 0/C. &: DOWNING, 03 The steamer. 5 SARAh Az.... lll'
Sikes DanielBmlholo
By virtue of an F.'u" ution. i issuing out of the p range thirty-three. Brown Reuhin ', AT LAW. in nnection wth{ tli; SPALDIIO.
Circuit Court of thn Eastern Circuit 0(10.,.. To wnhip twenty-one, the wrst h Inf'n\\.. i"Iw.nty.r.tlJr.llf ") Freilerick Siab-y-,- N 0 J ATTORNEYSNik',' COUNSELLORS_ ..r Law Late .r..,<., one '... ,.hite.l ,? .:j"" *
Hogan ArchibaldBnninnm. 07.Will in the ""r..1 Ci"iria ant) .
llioer John T practice t
tl ; mt "!
rida, I shall suffer for .ale at public auction in front town-hil'illw..nly.fivr. twenty-six, 1..IH'w" Palatka "
and .f ; .Capt. M A 2 Jnnr..f..lln ,an.1 Efuitv| in tin En.tern Circuit1 FlorMa.R. I tI" tier,. John) nv'r. .
or the .
: Court Hou* door in the Town of Alligator tweniy. cven range tluriy.four. -Pl. 134S_
Fractional Curry.MoetCut Johnon, fill, E G. LtriicosToic. Npwnaiss ills'. _!!
"- between the until I hours of snle: on the first M nday.of townships 'twenty-one .and twenty- _
October (5th) next, all the right, title and three township twenty-four (except section ry.Joel Kooper. H.n'tCiunph.'fle. _._C.V' Dutvmxo. FOrt, Km;. United States Mall. -

interest which Antonio Alvarez. Administrator 'of, I""nl.in.Ihirty., thirty-one, and thirty-two.) James Kiersteil.Jt'hnLivingston.. 1.. steam I'arLpt
the and sections and in Cn s., Dr. Cypriam Jone JAMES W. BRYANT, 51'\LD SAIbt
estate Joseph M. rredondo Q, deceased' had twenty-four twenty-five, township O. Caj'taNP If...j
.r which said estate had on tho second diy uf twenty-eight of range thirty-five. Dean John AElVs. Li i>'gion. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEUOR AT LAW, --- hIavinT keti t'

,April 1839, in and to the following described premise Fractional township iweniy-fivr, twenty-six f Ri-v D Gordon Leuktert Willium Charles C Jacksonville, Fla. h.iuh.I, herr decks soil raLin >built'lor'ALIr.,aid

*: and twenty-seven, towiuhip twenty-eight (except GA'jiius. Melticu rak. lnrjceil for be acromn,,.laii .u nf ...h
W t.
Thirty thousand acres of Und situated on both section six.) and sect'ons one, -two, three, four i Gamer, James L'srklnRiv.I AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, co.nitiei.cnl her regular fri ..r.., .
margins of a creek which unites itself with the and twelve' in township twenty-nine, ,. of range :Green Cart. James 3 Malhi'ws,;JamesMalhews ierpr..e, ito Uk Jton,...up tin- St.rlalhler.J.Li
River Suwannee called Alligator Creek commencing I thirty-six. Hamilton James S Francis ATTORNEY AND .COUiNSELLOR AT LAW, 125 mile. aUrrPaUifca.' **

about seven miles West of an Indian Town Fractional township twenty-seven fractional Hoirell.[ MM. Elcmina' 2 Mc.Lender. Lewis M. Jacksonville, FL,. I 4bntr D''I. ''P8in 1'.1..1. AU_ pM'i .
,called A1IiatnrTeanwbichisin the North West township twenty-eight, (except section one,) and Howell.:John J l'I'-3I1nnl.. Dr. F W 2 ung. after the-arrival r"'the'U. S."M.

direction about forty miles ditant from Pavnes townships. twenty-nine and thirty, of range thirtyseven. How, G.'nrgA L H Parker.PainW Capt WItanI ,R'ifwPParson. EHHUjelm C1rotbt, Packer, St. !tllhr... Captain McNVJi.vannah.rarryin ..'.
Town and about the
eighty mit\Cdiett\nt from Bona U.S. 1.iltnlhoaaeYe
vista which parts are known under, denomination Fractional townships twenty-right.twenty-nine. Ros,,, Rol ert Air.Sarah' Watchmaker nod Jeweller place.

of Ala hd.; and which tract was granted to thirty and 'thirty-one, 'and townships thirty-two Rouse,Simpson Tnvlor. S ," No. 5 Mi ta.sTgxxr. PaM..ngers for Enterprise. all| take
and of Roberts, D"vid j f: Tis'on, William C informs the citizen ,}. .
'JF. M. Arredondo' on or before the 24th tiny of liny-three, range ibirty-ei.. Respectfully Matthew every Satuiduy Evrhio 4
March. 1817. to saii.fv a judgment in fnvor of Fractional townships thirty; nnd thirty-two, and i Ramtry. GeorgeV 2V'NNI., Anll.0 Q i Jacksonville.n.t h. yicfnily.thnt Savannah. : at d.Q,

Moses E. Levy. T.' B. FITZ PATRICK.SlieriflT townships thirty-threw and thirty-fonr of range ; Sparkman. James William! ,Wm. A he has removed the house immediately Tb' *Steamer Sarah Spaldinj. willoontilKriM ) .
Columbia Co. thirty-nine. Sitctx! .Mi a. R; r.ha.1.Ah..n.U..rge adjoiniig Im .i ip re* Picolaln & Mandarinand IIJ.L.

I Alligator, AU2a.t 28.! 1846. Fractional township thirty-four townshipsthirtyeight Sabn-ty, 1o'181..i.V."r.. J cently occupied t* the printing tip.| '.living Jacksonville! MombvVfi bark*

07"The above saleU postponed from the JM thirty-nine nnd forty-onelind on. Sanderson. inn P \\.lwDr.1 & Porter. officeof the"Florida'Statesman"anti i i. now prepared o'clock. every

Monday in October to the 11 Monday in December one. two,eleven twelve thirteen fourteen,I wentyIhreettventyfiwirtwentyfive Smith, UurkineUam, JOHN M. PONS.. Po.t Master. to execute, with promplitudtall orders connected For eight or paMage,""rJl'n' this CfI'.

1846 S'pt25 twenty-sit, twenty- with the above line. n..,.,. e.r lu Fernandez & Ci, ,,-,, Anjs Jill
S __ seven thirty-four, thirty-five find thirty-six, inIlIwnhip Jacksonville Ausyt 21. 184GTRunaway 'Mr. Grot he would ,1.0! ''1..1'an I lie has determined on v

,Colnmbia County Sheriffs Sale. fifl '.fi"'r. of rnn r'ro'ly. loconfinehi* nttention. in future, exclusive. N.iUtAll goods -m''U received i i.S"41I.,
BY virtue of a writ III'.Ii. .xte.uiiin, iued Fractional iown.!iii thirty-six) tovvnftbipx forty, Negro Cnllgl.i.I I ly to work Jn these branches., lie renders' his .'f Storage in Jackwrnille & Saiaaiwih.
ll.e Circuit Court of Duvnl coui.ry, to iou tyet.n, forty-two, forty-three, anil fifty-three. TAKEN. UI' nnd committed in Jail nr.f'ru thinks to the many friends W! have given him -- JU.J-'
the Slier iff** of the Slate of Florid" directed', andS and rm..linult'lnwn.M"' fifty-four, ("1h'r1 ciioiM mnn ul"ul| 25 yenrs of age, five feet their patronage, and fruits that hi* exertion here Florida and Savannah &*&

to me delivered, I: hate 'f'yi..lurl.n and will sell one. twelve thirteen' iwenly-'thn-e, iwntyfour.iwenlyfivp | sixjuch'** in h'-ijiit! bright black. slightly after will l.such a. to merit it. Packet.

at public. *ae, t.. lln hich*! hiddr in front of tWPnt.Iia. lweniyeven. thirly-foiir. piic'k rnarki'tl give* his. mime n ISAAC' ; I _, From long practice in his buiiness I 1.19 feet THE regular Steam Far'11
.; p_
the CHtrt Hnti e door in the Town of Alligator thirty-five, and thirty .ix.)'..;rNngu' forty-one. had on a shin '111111.ltllt. at I"" time r bu arrest, hims l( competent to give ,."1 i..r .1 iun.. and his G ASTON, Capt. K. I'Mrsih i
on the first Monday in November next, between Township ltrIyine, furry-six nnd) fi'uly-,... nnd say lint be li-longs tu Win. P. Craig, uf theMnnntee charge will be minli-rtto and as reasonable a* -I-_ rive at Picolais every FridsiBMi
and fractional of HilMw! >n>'ijh; couniy. The ownr ill bug at 9 -. 8'!. on each week and
legal hours of sale on that day, the following ties tounship, fifty-three, range forty- lhon of the North. will Irtw af(
r. 'iesie. com (forward ptovaT properly,. P') P. M. for Sn.nnth'ia
cribed wit Tim North -q Mandarin. Jarkwsv
property, ; half (f two.At N.;B. Clocks and Watches) repaired in the best
the South West quarter of section 21. Township the land office at NEWNANSVILLE. commencing chnrges, and take him away manner. nnd nt II.. uthiort." '.' notice. Sf. Marjs nn l nil oiJwr imrm-dinjn Ianaffag U
S. Range 14. South and Enst. ALSO, one bun.dred on Monday. she} tpventh dny of D'C'rml"'rnf'XI. JOHN PARKER.. J"ck.oniIf.. O..c. 26. 1845. arrive in Savannah early on SuwUj ii.ra.p
head of stock cattle. Levied upon n4 ihn for the dii
property of John C. Pelot,at the uit of Hooker& the undermentioned townships and fractional Tampa Bay Septembnr. 4ih. 1846. if S. 'V. DOGGETT'S in the pvrmng in tin daily' line Steamers!

Byington vs.; said Pelot. townships, viz: The" Gallon run in r 'nnM_ 'n'>ii>m'_ ._;..It. .\.'__-
T. B. FITZPATRICK. Sheriff. South of! the bate line and East of the principal NOTICE. \'.&I"'urnVi..... Bri: Line of IV krti I
the second M.;iid ur October next, ,we
,,iy New York nf which
1846tr. leaves
September 25th meridlna. ON one )1'
,t npplv to lie. (Hon. Jnd'H' of Probate, for morsint.Thu. every

In Circuit Fractional townhip eight of rang f.Mirieen. 'the county .. Na.su.: firms fiiiildueharge from thExecotorjliip Gaston J, '.
Court.S M
not return l> Black Crftia
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Fractional! township seven, townlnp eight, (except .f tbc E.tatt* uf John Stanza 'late her way tu Savannah. v ]

COOKTT OF DurAL: CHANCIRT. section twenty-one,) and lownliiji nine,- of said county, deci*.s,il. NAMES OP PACKETS
(except section thirty-six.) of range fifteen. I- JOSEPH BERGALLO,
TIMOTHY WIGHTMAX The vessels ibis
Line-vtill JwmI"
Township nine, (.xrpJ'1.cliun thirty-one,) and DOMINGO ACOSTA, SEMINARY. '
of be
trator all 'and Bill fur Proratadiiuribiition despntrbe Mondst
regtilarly .4.
fractional rvrry :
r Good and Chattels I OWtIStIIipa thirty, thirty-one, and thirty Eiecutor of instruction in this CLINTON. T. '
A.lmin1'.j ; of two, of sixteen. THE course pursued Lj" master. Jq.P .
Credits of JAMES B. PI.nr"cIDI". Fractional range I lhi '. Fernandtna. Auh..1846. 2mNO'I'ICE. ho..l i i4 founded ujM,n the principles in* Bri? AUGUSTA A. 31. Sherwood, '.

,i an .nl..* June 23.
I : FREDERICK BAHTHKLOW fur an Intiun. unc. two.a..llhirlo.rllur. of range seveIstern.Tnwnaluips 7 pareil to enter C..l!!..: may hen. pursue tli.* requisite New 'bark VEflNON.\%'.FJI.ar1.mat.J*|
AQCILLA MASSEY. .. Cmliturs I twenty-four and twenty-five of range persons having demands i against thi E* "sluili ,'hiJ"lho.p. who lei
I ALL s: are not :ii-il line SAVANNAH. A. I)".,,.m"IPT.JtfJt]
WPOI1411)P.Townutluips of John Brown, late of F.rnm.1ina.N""I' *
. &c. &c. J for a profession can select such branches a. BH EXACT.J. Johnson
mlll : m *ier, July It,
seventeen and of will render them) well
. TT having lieen made to appear by affidavit to twenty-one, rantw.n.y county ih.nsr' authenticated best suit their ohjecis in life.The Brig EXCEL. C. B. Smitb. maMrr.JslrSL
wiibin; .
I t".o.Lands the legal 1 lime, and th *e ,who
JLlhe satisfaction of the Court that D. M. Van regulations of thin Institution are formed Thee vese|. are'r. mm iMled by rne. J.
WexeJ, Aaron Jones, j..niflr..IIp.r Murphy appropriated by law for the are indebted to the said E'tltle'will, please makeimmediate :. with the singly design uf promoting the intellectual exper enei who will us. rvrry excrtic l.mM

: Aq'zilta Ma"'y.J"mf' u. Morgan. of schools pnvment.to"JOHN and moral advancement of inTnpoiber/. Passengers comfortable
Stephen Eddy, use .military, or other purposes A. CAVEDO Executor.Fornandina as as possible.
Levin I. Levy, "!1".i. Leeds and Andrew will be excluded from sale. Just 3 '1345.6m- The discipline is intended torn*strictly pa rental. They will tail punctually a. Jxre, sod'it kl]
..Rohb D *f*ndanl" in the nl ptniir| The Preceptor denircs cultivate! with hi. be towed
ov* caue, re The pupils, cases to sea by a .S'enml o r..GKORGE .
will each
aide out of.the Sime ftr Florida nnd hevond.. be kept open for habits of kind and familiar intercourse and to influence -, HOLMES

Jurisdiction of *I.i. Court; And that Martin L two week, (unless the lands are sooner NOTICE.. them rather hyatt appeal to. the belter Act. JO4'kSIiIIS

S Baker another nf l he IV fend. i in. in tin* .J.iI... disposed of,) and no longer, and no pri. ALL person interested are hereby notified,. principle of the heart, than by severe and disgraceful Berth can be secured at St. Auxistine,,,M if j
Six Months nfter dote I shall
titled, cause renidi's ithoiit ih* En.l<*in Circuit.a4 vatc entries of land, in the townships' apply to punishment. plication B. F. CARR :&i CO., AInu.
in th' :Middle Circuit of Florid : And, that the 1l.uiurnl.h' ih* Court of 'Probate for Alichun An accurate account of the delinquences of ever} July 15. JS45.
John \\'al"'lnn. nnoih of th'* Dof.'ndant'i.i so offered, will be admitted until after county, for finn: .1i..I".:. Crvom: myodmintstmtioii scholar, and oNo of the degree.of attainment is

; 4 .**H rnu.e nUo ,.ide. out of thE, .'.rri Circuit, the expiration of two weeks from the on- I!tti' E'lute of William Stein.Ily,deceased; I kept: a copy ,,fwhishaieiunnt. in connexiowiiri, Circuit Court.

.- .' and; i in the Southern Circuit Florida : On motion commencement of said sales. and nls.. nt the s,m. lime nod rJitC,. for my ad- the regular term Mil).is trnnaonittiltoovrry parent EASTERN CIRCUIT: sr JllhVSCOU5Tl|

'. of William F. Crabireo, Esq..Solicitor for the said Given under my hand, at the city of rr.imMration. on the K tnli> of Martha Standley! or guanlhn who may .desire- it, JOUR RODI.XSO.T, .1 :, -
ih ceaM> 11114. 24th.April. 1346. %.s. I .1
f.' IT is ORDERED That the said D. M. Van' Washington, this fourteenth day of COTTON RAWHES, Administrator. Hi lKT nranches, C ., $a 00 13JAMtt D. HKRRIOTT >In Cliaocrrj ot

W!ul. Anmn Jone*. junior Walter Murphy, August. Anno Domini one thousand April 24i I', 1846. 61n.Administ'atrix. Common Dranche 7 00 HKKKY ARMSTKHKO..

Aq..m. M4UP7.James B. Mi.rran.SI"1'1.en Eddy eight hundred and forty-six. Lfttuvand Greek Classics extra. CHARLXS "'. SIMMO.X .

; Levin I., Levy Benjamin ..LPrcI. nnd Andruw.Robb By the President: Notice. Lessons in Frccch. given at the request of par I having been an..I.rJ'f'1Ir by sJsii il .

d<*' ,appear and! nnswer the Complainants JAMES K. POLK. Notice H hereby chin to ciOilitors of and per- ents. the satUfMCiion tif tint Courr, lmt' t. p'siI
Bill ,or Complaint within four monlht from the : 'JAMES H. PIPER, Acting .entitled to liirilMitinn in the Estate of Any pupil withdrawn from the School before the .1..r..I"nt. in the above eniitlrd cau.e Jf"t-

date of the publication.<*f this order'. or the same Commissioner of the General Land Office Mntihew Hindley deceased and to all.persons,who end I1flhe session excepting r"r.I'P""ntl which the yond the limits of llie Slate uf Kl "will be taken .e..nf"iI.M ain. them. have cluim demands juris Iiction i.fihui O urr, hit witbm f"C
a n: t may any or :.whatevern Principal approves will lie required,to ru y fur the
.ITIt FURTHER ORDLRKO That the said Martin NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS .ain.t or interest in zulu Estate, that unless the unexpired part of ifnt.-.*ion. Stales: on motion i>f rnmiilaiasalit. S kiordetrnl ...)

L.'Baker, and the said'John \'n'nn. .f,.IIp.-rar| Every person' emit led to the right nf pre-emption, name be csliiliii.il or asserted within'the period of No deductuinwihl be made in ihechnrg aga5n ta that the..atd drfend.utd4answer ; .,,.

and answer' the CU1"I"an"nllt..irt| Bill within ttomffnikt to any land within the,limit* of I he I"wn.llip and iwoyear fnm.thi ilat\e; I""y.\vill .lx barred.- pup), for occasional ah.ence. In cases of protracted the complainants .ill will, .IIUI' $
from the ,date nr the publication of this parti itr tnwnahuipabovi 'n*rn'.rnlcod. t. required I Ito Persons hnvjn: claims nnd dpmands.against the sickness. ifqmrin the p"liI.o b. withdrawn or th* same will b*> takrn a,.ro"feeiltb sI111

Order, or tha same .will 11H taken as confessed estahli the same "to the satisfaction nf the Ilr* Estate, nn r<.q..I..1111 piesent them to John M. ) from'the School, proper deduction will be -m ; BIM! it M further nrderett,thai r,.1.
ai.ln.i.tb..m. =Ulerand Receiver of the proper hind'olHce, and Mclntoali of .1rari". County,and Thomas C. Ellis made. Order,.duly crrtifi.il by the Otk .c this gait

ARO IT IS FURTHER ORDERED. That n copy make payment theiefor.at toon at practicable,, Alachun county, 5* my "?f>nts,-without delay. No pupil received under nine jeors of ajf ._ I_ published in some newspaper printed .hs'
: .f this Order duly cerlifi l by the Clerk of this after tteinff' tkit nnliee, anti Itefon* th**.day'ap FRANCES HINDLEY. ThU rule from the inconvenience experien by J..lrrn.Cir'uil of Florida once a *ff k ci"

-. Court be published in some newsper| printed pointed I for tin commencement of the public sale Administratrix.Aigutt occasional exceptions hC"lturiltt"ill.,, Jn future, lively for fimr; mnntl,. (Signed)

41 within the. E itcni Circuit of Florida,'one a week' of the lands embracing the had claimed. ;,otherwise; 14th. 1345. 6m steadily enforced., GEO S. HAWKINS, Jndg'k '
; consecutively for four moiulis.THOS. such claim will be forfeited. The School is ,now in a flourishing, condus ion. St. Jolm Co nty CirrwtOi

DOUGLAS Jnd:.. JAMES H. PIPER. Acting NOTICE.A. .- The.bnilding i*. a l I.,*., commodious anti elegant I J, PETER B. DUMAS. Clerk of fMd
I, OSCAR'HART. Clerk.,f said Court, di lierehy.eftHy ) Commissitiier' of the General) Land Office. LL persons interested hereby notified that structure recently erected by FLORIDA LODOJC .. berebt certify'he fore;<>ier l" be mTfJ"
-. .. ib li.ive, to l. a true vij,y of an Ordfr' A.Qa- 12.. : nt the expiration sis months .rlfor dall', I No. I, or I. O. O..F., of an Order"f Rer int in my&". .:

'- .made and rnt.rPl in ibo 'aj.ove entitled cause, on hall)apply to the Honorable! the Court Probate Tb location is one of well known salubrity' nnd LL S. WITNESS fL% hawl awl ikePfairfOmrt _'I
th.15hdayirif-Au'it.A. o. 1846. New York Advertisement. foe Ahirlma County for a final settlement, of m) $4 "easy.ofacce. Board may bi obtained at reasonable ihi.. 12th M"y. A. D.. H4i
*.; WITNESS \VH :nF.OF. I hereunto 4 account and discharge from my administration on I rates in rspi'ctnhuIe families in I be' place. PETER B. DDMAS O*.
l L; S."] *et my hand .nd affix the ..I..r said THCTREASURY : theestntn. of, William Sp rkm.n.deceased, late of Jaek.ohville. E. F.. March 27lh. 1846.ly _Mar Sflth l.m. 4m -. -l\_

.. ;K,: Court. OF HISTORY said eountv. -
.; OSCAR HART Clerk.! Comprising a .general introductory outline. 'c f JOIN SPARKMAN. AdmV. &c. HOLMES '& CO. Administrator's tfelte,
:'.&puumber25h. 1846. 4 at Ui .rtllli| History ancient anti modern; ant Santafee lun.l.l\Ity itt. 1346. 6mAdmiaistrator's SIX MONTHS alter dale, I shalf **{&f'
__ a series of' '-'UDI" Histories of : 1j1ESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have remoed to the Honorable Judge of.Pr**** j
c J' For Sale principal, Nation that cxit, I..ir every .:: Notice JyJ. their stock oT Merchandize' to the large Alftchuvrouniy. for letters D .nl *fjik *!.?

1I t .A VALUABLE piece nf land, containing rise.' progress, present .condition, &c., :J. ON the. firl.day January, 1847,. t, will pre. building occupied by the United State, known aihe Estate of ,Ephram Ty ner. late J. *****%*
.=:,242 acres,'eligibly situated oo Fleming'* _D y. 'SAMUEL MAUNDER. "nt 'n site Hon. Court nf Probate for |he' Government Building. They ". added to eeaied ; and all person* )having Je laod f', .*

a Island;,oothe.St.. John river. For a description Air! or tha "--Treasury of(VIIOMledee' ," ,Din County' o.4hsrhua.$ tor final .'I I..rneDlan.1 allow: their stock, by1 the Inie-. arrivals from' New Yofk aid; Estate. are hereby. reqntred to prf at

: oths>lAnd. q."lil.rlh. soil,'and also TINT terms, raphical TreasuryLiteraiy and Scientific* since mr ,acconnts and vouchers,, .as .odmini'eifmi. n'lull assortment( Dry Goods, Grocer .., Hard. properly attested for stiPmerr. liAdministrator's

inquire,of Dr. A.S. Baldwin JHCtttflfllh',. ur ofthe.isubscriber 0 Treasury/1 ,,& ,, inrludinc .., ...the Estates of James. Martin and S muj ware,proviiioni, &c.'&p JOEL TIESqrrl.
S : at .Ware' Lake, Marion county, .THE' HISTORY AMERICA J Smartdeceased. ur..ul.C'lJn.r. sail' 'will They have on,hand, now' i tndinrJrnm, brig- Vir May 15th. 184G. 6m -

florid. S. HALLIDAY. EDITEDi; BV JOHN.INMAN'Ei. ., at the ,nm. i", apply to ,said Court, for a final I Cinia from New 'York 50 hale Hay. 50 bid*. l'.H "!..

;:: ; ,October,2d, J846. ,r.. Complete in .two volumes. l IlIr&" octavo, with I discharge' from theAdminMtrniibnofsaid. Estates.. Lime 20 th'Munnd Laths,,30 boxes Cheew, 20 SIX MONTHS .fier date.I .J.afJ'

engravings, 4.. An edition, in.. paper covers, ,JOSEPH J. KNIGHT, Administrator. kegs.Butter.riO kegs I Lard 20-bids.. Pork.20 half .' :Jame. T. O.N..iU.J.d.cpJ) r '-L..
'0' -ftS : NOTICE. complete, suitable f .! mailing, 3. Newnan
SIX'WEEKS .date! application will be DANIEL ,ADEE. Publisher. : bhls. Llqudr 100 Pluuchs! Iron of ariuui sizes., trator. on the Mowing Kt*'.wJa;, ? .

Ju.I&8..r Probate of ._107 t:>!Uon 'reet. New ,r rk. O.TICEIs Glasses, boxes Pipes, Tobacco &c. &C. All or tppher and Samoel S.Chrisgopbrht" 'ft'C
1 : ::, A1chnacounty, for letter of Administration upon Sept. 18th,.1343. hereby.pivrn lu all p.rtpns--Inzeru'ted that which they wil ..II"i low pricis.Jarkannvllk decease. SPICER C. DRADDOj-

thi Estate of William C. Thomas, lafenf Mid Six. Month ,after. slate..I, '"shall apply to the January. 9th., 1846. ,AdminUtrstoroossNassau ... '
.. ,.'ty54eceUed. ,MARY ANN THOMAS, IAdmiqIitritors Notice. "Honorable the Court nf Private for- th" county of Court House. C ;

:. .tI.-t. ALLEN' ThOMAS THE creditors,, li.l hu'H. and others *j._ Alachua, for i',final sfttlernentand. ;" allowance of Ad mialstra tor's 'Notlcp. Nassau County, ..August,14th J84'. J .
,Atlninl4trtors.t ,, In ,theI'Ettatf? of William McCulley. aoount& and vouch. adminUtrator THE creditor distributee and others interest '
m1 r.as, the ,
: ...li.\.nnUJ-, fla., Oct Vr 2nd. 1846.. late, of 'Nieaacounty,' Florida, deceased,, are Estate "William DeJI.1..ocp..I l, late of said on coun ". in' the Estate of Samuel RUs eIt. |atA Of -WOTWE. ;t[

.- < ,hereby cited an/1 admonished to brand appear l7.I'4' form discharge from lminltration NMSBU county, Florida.deceased, are hereby cited 1 ALL persona intere.seri are berfPf.. ..
: : :. 4' l1'Whom it..may CoBce r..; *t ami..before the [Honorable! ihe; Judge:of1;Pro I slits .:'' ', mya, \SA CLARK on,. and dmonlihed be and appear ..t'a,d r.-f re" theexpiration; of .i re ".. .

-i, .- :NOTICE isjierehy Court given for that tlie at the ncitTerm tMtr.r Nailau ctnintv. nt a.Court otPuhate.'j|o, N!wn.n.!i.nr 'F' .F.,;M*y_', 846, ,8m 1h#'Hon the. Judge Probate, ofNai au county date hereof. I sholl apply to/the tI ;".
county of D'mvst..Th'i4s t.r t. he-held at tlteC *urt,Hou.e. in said county na the' y- -' I *r f ',Court of Probate,, to bf held at the Court Court of ProrWre for Afaehoa moeiyi- t application, wilt ht. mad ,to tlie .sail Hnus*. In ahJd) 11 J1ICIIS-
first .M n4ay 'In April, 1847"and, hew,cnu,e, if county, on Iblt first Monday s.ttlementofmy; aadmtni $ .
.' ':: :: :C ,prtcbJ theu1iib' r. ..ltf"ft'J: 7, Gmt'.. they have why: .1 should dis NOTICE. Janbanrn847/arid sliew It in .tratfl. ,on tb estate f J****-,.. 'IT
: f any not m, >!i,rg. ; ftrl rillt| ;. I, wilt rai any they have. .
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