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: April 23, 1847
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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verof the 'land:'district, together; with .j at,. Paris, we are told1 that
BY AUTHORITY the evidence of tKe,payment of all 7eat Count.de Bigni.v pip.' arid:..Count deJA. I.say;:: Talce .sonie,'cbAtobnbaslhi3s; '; torf; in a letter 'i ip .thflfc jojuraalf ,pw .

|r.*tr* .. 17....... p ... thfiJJpited States agreeably,tofipcli: ..tri :oirt, twins, descendeoYfrom. an aniLil -. !;make or-- tellasofneTarticle, that every,': th6 following! information i io reltka to S
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-.gr.I.r. --" "- ; .* reiary oT the' fleasuy fo iuia4 purpose.which ,: ,e tb"other if If1 at when tbffl p t i f ieveranp'eajdrypnemay. theTfacaffieX, w&Tchejre:: -- Th litytIebCat191tc8 (1-r-' ( ':J ,
[PCBUCNo. 18.] register ti h d \eeeerihaltChbe ; 'on:the same kind of dfess, which:thevdic :have .forr getting-,publicity,, Jeg'an' lfwli lt .et.tJ th' 'Pp"oI'R .

An Act to establish land office i in,the entitled to"receive.one'dollar) for rjhi 4|,:no>y and;then:for,amusementthefr- ;I mean 'df'cbarae advertniing in the'papers They regard ,the:Papal authority ." 4 ,.

northern part of Michigan, and to ,I services 'therein :. Provided-,: That 'an servants could, ,not: disUnguish! .the! cno, and :success'isjusi as 'sore: 1life. posed;;to; ,.atfqnalID"ciJt; Tilef* ,

.1. for the:sale of mineral l lands appeal J faoq1tbe: decision"of the.register from'he other._ Their voice| gait and .". ty i they allow.oifno ArcbbjshopsBHhr, 4

; provide the State of Michigan. and. receiver to the :Seczetary.oI.the., denortment were' _the' sa'rrle'I'and iriese p ops,Deans,orotler hurch'Dignitaries,"
in '
it enacted by ,the Senate and Treasury may be had under such..regu.' .' marks of resemblance. ;so''perfect .Y"T Y.I '. save the single{ order of Priests ; and of l

House Be. of Representatives the.United lations as the. jaid* Secretary may pre that.they often threw their:frienda'and The ita1e'p' i tT,'S. Gazette.gives ,appointing: or'disposing of these tire \ : ,

States America in Congress essem scribe. And ,\I two or more persons even their. :wives.into.the greatest ,emV the following. translation from a'French. President*'claims'the right adpodii':
in possession of the same section, barrassment.. Being both, captains of :The Roman .
lied That all that portioa. of the public are : paper : 4. Catholic religion: ir,tbere .
lands, in the State of .Michigan lying the first:occupant shall be entitled. to a light Horse, the'one would put himself attheheadofthe ,"They'used to'say that e cry soldier !fore. ,n only; recognized by- ,tL ,,qpf..

north of the boundaries of the Saginaw preference unless the same can beso\ iher'ssuadrovhh, out, carri din bis.carttidgeJbox;marshal'sbaton. ,' .ernmenA as the. State, religion, r"sW' .

4nd Grand river land districts in said divided by legal subdivisions as to giveto the:officers'even suspecting the change.Count .' Alight.not oiq say in hesdiysj;i '.subject. 'to' legislative regufatianidiecutite tiQ, p
claimed him de Autricourt committed '' 4
.State, .commonly called'the northern ench discovery by ; having that every chorister, ,carries. .in,bis windpipe -. authority.A ,

peninsula of the State I of .Michigan, Sec. 4s And be it further, enacted1That some, crime'the C,.qu .de Lignivillenever 'a fortune r Here is, ,one example; ,1, : t
shall be.offered suffered Beautiful tStnh1J&mt.-The tate
the islands in lakes Superior Huron the said mineral lands .; his i brother to go out at least:. 'I
'With sections i and without : 'him and I the eminent Judge Sir'Allan Part oflce'sait1 '
for sale in quarter accompanying i
and Michigan and in Green Bay, .A bout tjirtyyeisago,,in a little ,
no bid shall be received ata. less rate ( 4rof'seizi; the 'i innocent instead of : ate 'p b1ic-n\ tin Loadoivr ," 'W fJ't
the of (Ualy
of and city at :
the straits Bergamo by:a singular .
rirer St. Mary's; within the jurisdiction 1 than five dollars per acre j and if such.. the guilty, rendered; the orders to arrest 'contrast, the; company at the Opera live:irt,the'midst of bTe'sihgs tin:'..; ;, '

of Mid StiLe be, and the same are lands, shall not be sold at jwblic saIe'at, the, tormer. of no avai1Qne diy Count House: quite indifferent, 'while the utterlyiqsensbietotheirgreatnesap.} *<

hereby*, included ,in a laud district, to such price, they' shall.thereafter.be\,en- de ,Ligniville seut.forSb Jber.nn; di after choristers were excellent. It could of.the'urse from' ..whence, "tbey iflow.Ve ..--. ., 4 ,

be called the Lake! Super ior land district terred at private sale at thatprice- :; ; having suffered.*Hffltp| have. one scarcely bJvebeenotherwjse: since the. :\ speak of our civilization; bar arts, ,. I'

; sale of the lands in. Provided That no legal, division or, half of his beard, he p'retended to.haVe our freedom, outlaws, rind forget- en.
and for the greater part o(4he( choristers.hay c since
said,district, there shall be a land office- subdivision of any of said lands upon, occasion,to:go:into the'next apartment,' become distinguished ,composers.Donizetti .-. : tirely! how l large a share i is due'to,Christianity .
there, be outstanding and,putting his his > liotCbristfanit'y! out of I&pagea'UfmSQ'
which : night
.J established at such point therein as the may : gowns upon CrVelli, Leodoro, Blanche, '
President of the United States may se lease or leases, from the Secretary of brother, \who was concealed} there, and Mari and Dolci! ,'commenced by singing,. ; history, and'what would1 :

War unexpired or undetermined and tucking the, clJth.whi -- he, had about in the ,chorusses, at 'Bergamo; There' : biaJ Idw5;;have,been -what.his.civiliMK.; .. .

lect.Sec. which is actually occupied mining his chin, made him: set down in the others 'at that 't.ticp1t4Chriianity i is f miied'upwitJv i i : .
And be further enacted were among epocbv
2. purposes and the occupants of which place which he had just'quitted.i The modest 0-ur ve'ry' being and, daily 1 ifej.there is.} '
; That the Secretary of the Treasury : young,man, very Ropr, ,very J' n t'tt fdmijiar) object around which
have complied with all the requisites of( barber immediately resumed his opera and beloved comrades. ,us
examination and greatly, ,by
shall cause a geological such lease ot leases, ,and ,c continue to, ti ion,,and was proceeding finish. what Jn the orchestra antV the choristers dofesriot! wear a different aspect, becausje* '
lands said .
embraced in
sanrey of perform the same, shall lie sold until: he had begun, as he, supposedbittp; nreworse i than/' jf ;thei light of Christian love:is orrit; NotAtf '/' .
be made and the : paid1 France,
.district to
to reported each' lease a \ which does tot .i4 truthandVvgenilgtiess .
after the determination of or his ureat astonishment he found .that, .a You' enter 'bootmaker7* owe : ,
Commissioner of the General Land Of possible. a I
leases by efflux of time, vo1at "tnry'sur new beard d dp rung'up. Not doubt the master is the first violin I to \vChristiaajty i ; '.C .I; I Itoiriwlch
fice. And the President is hereby authorized shop, ; -'
render, or other legal extinguishment ing That the persil under his handswas 't The themselves after cannot be traced,'IQ all its; '
such of said lands apprenticesrelac ; ; \'
to cause is thereof in such cases' 'as areprovided the devil he roared with terror : holy, heathful parts, to'the Gbspeh"; '
except :out, .
may contain copptv lead, or other valuable a day'.work,, .playin&the! ,clarjnnet, :' _. '-. '_:..:.. :
ores, to be exposed to safe giving for.in the'third section/of; this and sunk: ,down, in.a ,swoon pn, the, ; the.hautboy,'or the,timbr els in.the evening ? JJirth of a Powerful'.MimiTcli-W,>
act 'and the lessees respectively shall be Boor.V.hilst, endeavoring i '
they were rartslate from
( theFraOceAmeriafr
ia .
at the.theatre. One an
six months notice of the times and places : i young man,
entitled 5t'o. the privileges' secured by to call him .to life Count de A tri oui't ;
of sales in such of gel) order'tQsi.st: his. old, .motherr.uaiieci .item foreign newswhich; CJt1et -
ml circulation In'the several 'Slates'as said section_ upon tHe voluntary surrender retired again into the closet, nndv gOunt the.function* -of chorister: to the; more :.outeyeelsewhere. A great: Emperor?'; I

he may deem expedient, with a ,brief of the }lease or leases held by them. de: Lig nivilje, who was'half*haved, returned lucrative, ; employment of jourrwyman: 'of; India, ,!little Jcnown l ) in;Europe,. bjtwjjonevertheless '- ? I

I description of the land* to be offered Sec. 5. And be it further enacted_ to his.former'p; ,. This"was a tailor l i- r J was.the chief of thirty. i -:

showing the number end localities of; That the management .and control: of heyr cause' .of.surprise to.. the poor\barber ((0ne day, when he had' ,taken .toNozarifs :millions oi men, has recently 'diedl* t I

the mines known, the probability of discovering the mineral lands shall be transferred who now imagined. that .nil'"'he,had' house; _a. pair; of pantaloons,. We mean ,Min-Meabv the ruler of', I ,

others, the quality of the. ores, from tbe War Department and placed seen \$!is a dream, and'.lie could not be that, illustrious, ,singer, after I looking at, ,Anam Sovereign of all Cochin ChiM ,
under jurisdiction and control of the convinced the truth ritil; he beheld' him said hin\-werykin3ly oC ,Fonquin and .of Cambodia "Tbe.et
the facilities of working the mines, and earnestly! to., :;
I the means" and of transmitting Treasury Department and all books, ., the, two brothers together. The sympathy %i It appears1tO me my ,good fellaw,. event is important* Min Meah after" ,

their products expense to the principal markets maps, papers, instruments, and other' that'.subsisted between these,two: that!'have seen you somewhere." the example of the Emperor China:
!. be used and brothers was',no less, singular than,their had refused, alt relations t
z, in the United States. And all the property procured, to employed "Quite i lik ly/_ sirj you- may. have constantly :
: Hands embraced in Mid district not re in the management, survey ex ;i I resemblance. If one fell_sick i ,, the other seen me at the theatre* where 1 take with*, foreign, 'powers. .It, isi; said that ,

: ported as aforesaid, shall be sold* in the ploring, or conducting of said mineral l j was'indisposed, also, if one received a patt.in.th chorusaes." his successor, is determined' i to,open,th&r, ..
the War shall be, wound, the 'other felt tin, and this of the of Anarn to the !
same manner as other lands under the t lands by Department, p "Havoyou n good voice V ports Empire ;_,
laws now in force (or the sale of thepublic delivered over and made subject to the was the casevith every misfortline'thalber "Not remarkably, eir ; r can with. vessels. of all commercial. nthi'1 t '1Pri'nieri.'iie' '
of of the, .1 them, sa.thaion,. this.account.they, I
lands, excepting .nnd reserving disposition the Secretary great difficulty reach sol" : De1tthai the: foliow1'ing '
watched over each other'scoaduct, with .. ". t 1.
( f'
Treasury.Sec. "Let ,Noz ri -
from such sales section sixteen in each me.see, goingto :- : ;t
. township for, the use of schools, and 6. And be it further enacted, ihe"gie'* care and' ,attention. .But i iwhat' the piano, "begin the gamut." ".Th > wing-incident goes tol:

such reservations as the President shall That the President by and with the;advice 19 still more astonishing, they"both Our chorister obeyed, biit, when he lustrate the numerical force oC the_ pr "
deem consent.of the Senate often had the :same dreams. 'fh reached, sol he ,stopped short out of with the Gen.,Scott '
' necessary for public uses. and so.soon : ters &c. 3. And be it further enacted asa sufficient number'of, townships day that the' Countde Autricourt: was breath.. S ,. recent. cC'.aiontl nt.e t a have so'meNgeneral : '
J ,' thereof made attacked. In France by ,the. fever of Sound lao orders i .time..
a That all those who are in: surveyed, and return ;to. which he died try _., 1 ; a :'given ,
persons posetsjon Count de
the General Land Office, to,authorize. ,Ligniville'was "bir Icannot." ,. He etitdke tio ito the office of tne'Tampico '
t4 by actual occupancy, of any attacked the same in Bavaria auid'would -- -- .
the,commencement.of the sales in, ,said "Sound,you fool. 'Sentinel:to'hav&' thein done., .t
portion of
the district described in the .
first section of this und district, shall appoint ,one register and have sunk under it like his "'
act authority land office in said brother, adds the manuscript he "SpundwV1' .. ,hands the S .
oft lease War one receiver for the ; scarcity or worccoutd.nt! .
from tbe Secretary .of resident the ) not .m.e.a. vow:.to a lady,of,A hen ting. dear I cannot-1 He then i {t:
for the purpOse of mining thereon, and district who shall place ."My, slrf. .1, ; ;t'M accomplished. on'morning ;
who live compliccf with all the designated by the, President for.the I Sound, aj, j: tell. .you 'or. t by.my. parade ordered aff primers to'step for *J ,
fully .d.
.. Additions and of said lease land office, receive such compensation, NEW- YORK FOR'DUS..- soul 1'11-" ;: ward ththepaces.from the rank.,.w1lef .

.*f cater and stipulations the same ai I i give security, and discharged all. duties The Charleston Evening e'Q ,avery Don't-- get angrys'sir ; I'll try-/a, several- hundred' men-all ptifltr5..'., '

t Hiojc' dttricg- the purchase continuance of such any pertaining to such office, as,are prescribed excellent 'cbrrespondent ,in New ":,1111,',o.do.!' S < obeyed\vthct"order, ; iF

S .teaje, to. the extent of such lease, and by Jaw.APPROVED. York. In a late letter he thus"discourt- ,'L J tpldJfY.9 .8OJ" ,snid! tNpzari;, ,.it4a; S ,QfflceEnotg4.-Tkereare,ip .Kei .

'-\I *? lezsby*Wing' to the United' ates, Match, 1, 1847. eth.on. the..mode acquiring g11! .fortune x voice,of triumph' ""and.now, my 'gOjod,' .tucky:no less than. 3584* ci'll' officersf i '1 ,
in that ,city:' ,. fellow I will only aayone'word to you. '
ereror the dollars,and 'S I the several branches,of the'State' government
rate' of two
*fI! eentc Provided That '. 1 I *In, a city so large as Nevv, York, it, If you wiUonly: study and practice; you ; the majority of them in of&Se'* # I
; j per acre; [PoBLtc-No. 22.1 needs but tact and willbicomethe first'tenbr in Italy. p
perseverance any
'pe o'ehayibrV Of t
? t 7 *n4 shall be made S during course; eT'nevet"
tOIne1J'--' ; such :An Act making appropriations for: the: ordinary pursuit, to;make a'fortune* I ;Nozari was rilhk /I'he S poor chbrister : -. 5 misbehave. and are; 'therefbreV

.. I -It *.' survey of ,support oftheAlilitiryAcaderny: ( for. :could.give an hundred in stances of this wbovtq: }, reftd,..had -jrvend to 'all intents', and, purposes,.m-far life.. 4

aelin 3ea4. ?*' JW be conforming'too the year,ending, on the thirtieth of .:The, more. common, !tbe,pursuit the:bet- i breechs' ,ppsesses.Dpw a fortune' "'of two There;!are ,only 1492' Janice ottbe .
8 piibfwR
f,c: I;and I *MVdivi* .lant surveys:th/ereof.of And s ci. June, one ,thousand. eight hundred. ) ter." The' *moreouLbf" *. b.ct.p i '.,track i millions., and,js. c._S. .Jed,1l_ tths.._ l p Peace in.Kentucky, 99 sheriffi 4SJ.{ c.
/ the less'likely Ji.on8' to succeed., '
ht. .
clerks 1'
2111001r.6P. : and iprtyW deputies9! of coartSj J.etji S .
I I.Yr''flWno are/a. possesiionJ.r of Be it, enacted; by,the SenEte$ 'arid I Bujr' :every, five* days o j pound) of Eftctaof Jl, ip ,Z.-A .stables, and. 22 commiwioners. of _
WJi .or By said "" '' ;' : % ,
the United ground coffee, which isusuallyweghed .shade,al most ait dark as that.which1 has -
tho or. mining purposes, under aUi House of Representtftivesof Congress \ :OQt"to.mebytho. younger ..of two broth i! spread oyernHayii, is gather jsg liiy a written the' .States America in ,asseW- the
'_ permit i from : "be : l :er, grocers: whose;, property,. madep.by, The are !iaiaj.iitate i ,"ofgeneral .vd coverea lpetD9d g. j jpdiihhea't
tdet ry Pf War, Mdcho feave risible' bled,. Thai the' fbjMh)I 'rain* an ) eitimated i i } Pgrpes i- withoQt' ,fuel.l 'He'p'lceVin .
retailing gnyceriea ,is at ,nsuborainaiop.nots and. *.
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and bounda- the are hereby appropV: t :iron 1Mdt
b mtiflimentsss same \ : : contract t\0 plate's 4
J S :noa rJtia' _Both are .men 'and t6bbieIthe numerous. ;
fl thereonand. who'bar*, in all other of any mohejr jn'thejreasUTy :P0: ?"* 'still;. and; the eleiisotakbi young g diet fliigrations'crops'are1 lost /3r'* 'afe"[ f. l laborers,.' copper",cylinder,. hiIWy lished",wrnji0gtQi.HP i '.

: ; complied with!i the conditions" erwine appropriated, for II 6e suppoi'ff. l t/of':Europe .in the--'.most luxurious and the"cursa.ofr.God: seeawtQ.{ be oil ;i VW.'.at!tfer ead, of tJY&I

S Upolations' coBtaioed In, s.uch per- the Adfotheydr. ,eo-r: :;: \Y'i' the i isjand J ; 'ei Jm.i.jl.s elfiis.Qha.agT: .with;" Jwknoeweihvat,thq t It r :
:!t !flay e t.ean'p'ur&: the same,; ding on' 'the thirtieth' June, one: :tlipu- t. : : lito J keep the plates in contactwhei 51 .' S ;
.Mere in Ann-s.treet. .,is( a matt...who ing, the fields withering and .tbe :. r .
e extent of 'hundred and forty.eIhtor | "V'fil'H 'L S 'i 4t/ : mean'of (
th teleijted sand efght :, t
z BImpheappMatUVtial1gieeiti
*, tract } by: bis feat :horses taicerhis, iRt iwupior'vvanC : a very
: mmftM \ J P. ft
and; reported the Secretary: ofIT '! 'of officers .Instructor i i' Hyp" 'jf'V ; ;, 1 w ,: J 90, a. glowing:: ietl1t. :
fto. .
i' pay ; car tb'ipiia; arid caof dliryB his Hun* of rarav-; Slavery I waa,some ;

i ts.required! by saidpermit,,OdIn .deiiaud- t i. niusrcfans! ,. ,-\seventy* 'nrne" area u (,&y15' eep! g ':ao' eating years since forcibly.abolished'hy> act'' .:oflheJBritifhpParli :ma1lb : produced ,in. 'eJniMc 84y_..f S

hid- tfae wme jai' as: Lhos6z ,thousand* i 5eyeabuudred.' :.an.d5iity4oudollars. .if : you. :can tihe'fp rkJ1illi.tandJ *aeot, "and ,eICjpo: ,.a1.l'lt&Jaeclurlt. > .','ea, ., 3 :"rtJ,.; Gria

TO. : Provided under
: tcK Mtry'' 'and purJge -. -jFor .cpmmutaUon:S of :.absiitefleefive / 4jet" ?' Ientl) off IS .,man.. stead "and.tu.PAi lhe.effe. .TbeD the(paymeatjof Ue.wrtw aMI ,ptA1bI.} .
be Q1necttnta. ; --
}made_ bifore>be day,sjjd laadsi.Scred : .5 hundredvand .twofdpllfirs. 1 1 lots '--- : t to work prefer( toteal ff. '
tbqus&ndfour 1.nd iroe lazy ,
.. b' hi, hou.to'S uptown, toG .. palj obe3debt of. cliale p :rte\.
for itlilby ovUf,of the .. 'a taq. Hl'.v'1M :P. ; ; i l v* JikH*" \
th"'t' gfSaffl.s.ftwfefi
; .: '.!(1 tf 4 V : au- 111YO' b'fi,1u1t :S200.OO. "It. ,Or 11' Uflb,.ot 'repose ID .,8 Jt. Js It'jsags
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,. 'other their word, be taken 'who. little comforts and conveniences about ,Ve are.indeed: :ltG'. j r'\- :
: oCl ..Mr CAlfipUN.oB ,the own, to : :
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ir oftfie'; ;Interests of t6e'50ath.. could not tommand, .that much.. ; and it .hi iin.. and ,having succeeded so far as log, who came passenger eaTiUe. ..: r

., r. ., well as he could expect by confining his ... ,thanks are irisfee; te*1Ii.t,1
in generalkeep
: is than laboring'
whole it to more : men
the Union was easy Crow
L a passenger on -:
: ", '" 'r' ]he stands alone in labor'to the acquisition of such .a crop :--
: that Mr, RircHiL would ,bar- in reserve ) and forletteTs ,&c. -
: .. .E.iIrnR :Cm tnT C ) t sf't "* Jt-- fntnenfurate.with' the J labor'he 4
, t attack ? few i 'as WJls C: Mr iiGrillriIil! 1st N .t
: r Ja time ilie! a a dense acquaintancesy b7.
upon *
t. Sprmg'Terms of the. ,Circuit., e-' s, .--fT. rrv i rxnd ( it. cotnesto the Scott the' Ist'.fcertaifl ,
.i utltfiat 1artobestow upon on prlrid"a
r* has neither tools ,
= / fnelds farming ,
the counties in ; ,> 'i "" 5 T J1* batraesvhich(h '.
: : .. vo a5t il conclusion i to lev "well] enough" ..
cattle and'DO"lope'oc'
for thjs yearwill be Jield as l .. and paranes.'the same coUrse'during the mitted. by .a few w nkH.. aeWit. -:"
:.. : wteliectTaBd; Dab uaded influ ,; icept from' his own iron the army,and, eali4ngpea the wiv'
For .the'counties of;Ofa '
? 1 l' 'bi'extralabor
I : (:the' noble at.teamehe had so 'I''Inme.' ::' V (fourth year-applying the troops, officers! aadj priraUf,jjy

i Licie i ',J-a the Court House : : nlj ati ked, ''We.are' therefore. Now.;.hemustjuild. a ,J ,house, fit for'thehattation 'to'""-*'taking* i :'iiimore' 5 *land add j ]looking* ,; lIst in bringIng' to! jostiee taete...

. ville 1 ,oil the 20th 'day 'of April.For '' of head for;)the means. ';to, make inoneyintheJncased should disgrace( our ,natiosal Btiat u'
!that te4presi !
clear and
t .to, perceive of man, cut :down,: '
violation of law
1 ) the cqunyQf Marion,' value of island and any whatever. $2
- other Southern Slates : .
; ; well/as/ tne ,
encbse five acres oI'and. and off of it -
t diets not allowed
are to
on the 26th\day of ApriL\: .. .. _. the'i increase of his which 'nt'the stray 'fry
: ; ;;rl; ; daily more. .o( the him stock without
.For. g aware raise: a cropthat: will supply. with camp written per ii.!
j t counties of Ala depth'of'MrV'CALHOU' : en'OCf this year amounts; to''some ten officers are forbidden
T 'ib'e' ; : food ind.raiment; for the, second. year. togweer* \
yr.,i1t Newnansvilleon, Though'' bitterly assailieo.the It is. well : .the es'of'penland l a .cow, and a calf or save to, the orderly and 'sober. "" :
established-by ; ex
3hy.tfi "" 'friends :,become warmerjanct : two, ,twenty or: thirty ,yearling Gen.Worth's orders_No. 3, t _'
;; s ; perier\ce\ of ages, that the ordinary.]labor sqmCi .the alcalde hare llcIttzeareyCruz
For,the countY''of y P1erp. every day. Every pet-, of ''White farmer' employed n hisown :
gator, oq'cbe'10th day of M only adds to his reputation i 'old-,:more or' less, and 'i i in'a ,year:more ed obtain! arosritavfteiifr4**
land_ will, in generalel4 I Him ( saje theyj spew-1
: county' of Nassau, uence. : 'Ther e;jl :*iiit;,: tat ft;, nothing' .beyond,his_-su[ Krtr, Kceprin&improvement .'" ilI. cr t bogs. Thus we etc. The Mexican 'laws a* ⅈ;}

riret Cy H., qa the i9th day of : ; the ;Union:i .who! has;.one J<
, ..For the'county.of Duval. l, : :.influence j and') popujarityin ,this. necessarily leave to the 'land, and this ,of l armed. .occupation, during which. ,bemust ianribunab.; beidministeeby. ,. ,Kt'"*., *

p ville on'the 24th day of'May. Mr* C ALHOUN ,possesses. siirplus'is) not available until the'end of not only keep himself. well armed,' :Difference.between Anierkauarmy
c; .of.tfc
: 'For the' cburityvot St., J0! ; that the people of Florida will but he must at all times imagine himself and* authorized followers!
five iri the ,
,years 'F'.before. me. -the I, : .oj
Augustine, on t ..the 14th day: to be faithful Mr. CALHOUN first then. he makes '1 'S.:the presence of the enemy-':-one- 'year' same, to be investigated by a ... i
do -
vfs .year enough to, \ { ; '- f '. ?
.. commission. The.Mexicans' !I W..
ever continued to be faithful jet uDs. _. arc
LAND S&tEs.ln"anoihe: him .after. fashion the:second year.- ed ; and 1 leave\ the '
t to enter city4between.reveille 'riftlt'
J country.. He. seeks. no political the two first' he is : [TO BECONTIND ]. '
!: wll| be. found the c During years obliged : nndretreat.The '-
sale of pnblic lands within I nt, for He is above it. But. to build his house, 'and clear, enclose [0'From the Ni O. D<*'lia,.JOih"init.] 'former 0 alcalde l ,' R. P'. (Yet

j ,: ; efforts, in behalf of the South having* declined .0.,0 cohtioue iaofic?
the Land Offices at St. and cultivate atleast five acres of land. LATE ,AND, IMPORTANT FROM. ,
.be appreciated,. is due to him, Lieut. Col. Holzinger ,Is' apppiatej .ia
Newnansville. These lands I It ,will take a btrong man twelve months ,THE BRAZOS. r .
his \
i place.
: to the .success of 'the. clear'and fence five of the Rumored 'Battle between Gen. '
t some of the richest tracts to acres ordinary Taylor Certain fondas and.cafes. re ljc
% position he'I has. 1keinjesen: hammock'land of-this ld'the Forces'under Gen Urrea and '
State and are principally country ; and the sale of liquors in anted unauthet:
p h of the'United States., Canales-Old Rough and Ready ,
people task an guarded "
savannah,' and'swamp lands i" -- and bink'.it would boa good for Vicotrious. agifnst.f

: $fs Florida.- ,As these are VOICE OF 'AliABAHA. one man. to cultivate; five acres, doing 'By 'the arrival last evening of the VERA,CRUZ, April 2, Si7.

.g4 the, cultivation sugar, we : the .5th inst .a' meeting, 'of' the 1 I justice to the land but I will]] admit,' schooner Henry Iongvhich left the All is quiet here.. Gen.. Worth,&
addition ,his commercial l
: was .held 'at. ,Montgomery that at Brazos on the 2d inst. we have'Inter intelligence to role!
but that they:will soon be racy' by working*:occasionally' night, and regulations, .has overhauled tLem.
the purpose' of making an'ex-; ilnd'a.Jift from1sneighbors{ : he will from the Taylor's column.- ,
", The,attention. of all department of Vera Cruz, and ere
; -S
Wf: The
of opinion in relation -. to the dP'tlwp& ana his house intwo most important broughtby like) clock"work.
ti1ITj be ,turnedtothesea3.les.. .. get up this arrival'is the report of a battle ry thing goes qn i:
of. the Northern :, ; doubt whether this .city from the
tI4P :- "tatesj. years. As, he has: ,cultivated five having been fought between' Gen. Taylor ftpof ,
THE; VIRGINIA. ,it rs. 'sought to cut off the whole .acr 's :the second year, I take it for 'and ,the forces under Gen. Urre and the early viceroys down has wtr..
4t' The ,N.: '0.. Commercial South from any; advantage be granted, he has laid by his support. for Col. Canales, :in which old Rough and had Governor.In as good. a, code of laws or\aigwJ:

commenting the passage from any territory hereafter'to' the third' year,- at: the commencementof Ready is said again to be victorious. a letters the Arkansas
S lotions in rehtion to the : i uired by the United States. The i the third year, his house)is. ',up.and The Matamoros' Flag, of the' 31st ult. lected my to mention by the arrival of the.
for'which we are indebted to the polite
visa by the, Legislature 'of ns of the' State Virginia, I five;acres.of land. open-of course. this ness of Mr. McFarland of the Ibervil-' British mail steamer Tay. She coin
the following energetic 1 ; we' have have already'presented sight yestenlay, and after backup
uses year'he will not hesitate to attempt han, who came assenger in the Henry
tr:1 '
S and filirpg'about ah hour or two,not
. ir1 which most forcibly depicts readers. ; ,were., -,unanimously, adop some great staple and an" export: crop. Long,.says : exactly understand ma'. the appearance

ent position of' the South, : ,..with.the following resolu Is this, .settler, in reality, in better condition Of Gen. Taylor's movements we have of things about'the place, finally came

; cessity imposed upon each 11 ..for.an ,.export0rpp ,than he'5vas no authentic' information, since' he departed in. The' captain \vasr'doubtless, .astonished

I 1 : zeus to maintain at once l"ed, That the foregoing resolu at the begining the first 1 l ,from Marin in pursuit of Urrea. to see the''stars and stripe"firing
d the i t the State of Virginia express I year The, Mexicans here have a report that. ing the old .cnslle of San JuaaaeUfloa. :
i ; S liticarights'a \ the sentiments ,ana"pi ) answer, he is not. If he plants nis five he overtook :JJrrea, who gave.him ,bat '. This morning sheI
entire, Union..., We, trust, this'meeting, and of the people of acres with Sea Island, cotton,'hr cannot tie and 'cut !up his command considera i Tampico. :-' '

sentiments have already: ;. that we pledge I pick' it .out and .loses half; what he bly. .- Very ,imp 9bab1e.. We are not A detachment, compossed .in partoTCol. "

by everyone who is too 'i'i' and every 'hazard, to stand by 'does:pfck.put he, cannot gel ginned f positive as to the number. of men. Gen. Harney's 2d Dragoons, ',marched7
the rt Old: Dominion in the : Taylor has with,him, but hear it stated this morning to ake possession of. AbtJgue7an -
.;? 1 degraded from position (our for.a good ''reason, ,he has" .no gin and .
700 with
as not exceeding one
and of : old' mile! north
) carrying out the prin place some eight ?
him, by :'the :constitution, 'which they embody'( and: that no' money 'to ,buy one with ;' and the three six pounders. Even 'with of this. Gen. ''Scott will not 'march

1. pendent ';o ,be trampled support, no man for any office merchant, will neither, take. the cotton this small force, he'will* render a, good with 'the main commar.d for 'PuenteNacional

; !t:3: ; fanatics who would our gift'whose''sentiments these in ,the seed nor furnish a,gin.-.--at least account of Urrea if he succeed in bring.inghimto for some" days to:'come. ,' ,Dothaving ,

and, 'dearest principles of do 'not; 'express, or who this is the custom so far-the anticipation an' ,engagement. There has sufficient transportation to, ware
j in whatever been no boat down from Camargo for I be
any mnn give rnnt an rnmE'din'tel'] movenjeot, but
rnent: of trouble. in preparing'and disposing '
else! later infclli-
two days,
> nane or support to the odious will, or rathefr<< has, taken possession of
"These resolution ,arc ,of his crop, and the' 'more'than gence'would have been received. '
* ktt1 mous'Vjl ot Proviso or to the the roads both right and left, in order to
whole South,. irrespective of )] therein contained. I, probability; :' of a. -failure.'in ,consequenceof ''In addition to the above, we learn) obtain supplies 0(' all binds from tie

;. recognize, and. 'embrace., In motion it was 'also resolved that inexperience! in i its culture l and preparation from a passenger that, just before leaving country of the enemy.' .
Matamoros, news was brought in, i V
t gravity :of the. questions at.i ljons relative to the. Wilmot for market, will deter' him from by 'a Mexicanthat. shortly after 'Gen. I
} the decided. stand which the be of- engaging:in it, particularly;as his subsistence (Frnm.II.. Picayune, "fihP lOih iniu)
:: j I published expressive. Taylor's leaving Marin, the vanguardof .MEXICAN AFFAIRS.
pears to have taken in i ioas of the people of:Alabama, for the<<(fourth'year depends upon the division under hiscnmmand came -

extension of Slavery! -despite distinction of party. :its success. The l same remarks will up with the rearguard of the/forces Under The, terms indicated by Senor Ato-
, his. letter the
iJ -. Urrea and Canales, and a hot engagement -: chain to Rejon as prope'sitions
porary defeat of theWilmot CONTIMU FEOM OUR LAST.] apply. with. ;greater force to a cane crop, ensued,- in which the Ameri of the ;United' States to obtain\ a-

we should not be sorry to or to any other.'crop,that at the'sweeping for short time peace we find in-the<< Diana del obi*-
it.tr ( CouiiTr: March 1st, 1S47.: can'troops'weie, severely
: ; similar. ,spirit.at,, work: .. in. all ; ; _. of the field does not ensure'to the' I handled, ,until the main body, no, of Mexico. copied from,a pape fX(
: of the, South. Earnestness, ,1 farmer;. ,his'provisions for the coming i ender: the 'immediate command ofGen.. Guadalajara, without a word of disntk
County, Florida!, They.aras. follows : ..
.arid t Taylor,.came up,when the Mexicans
t*fr; met by earnestness, i: said the early settlements are year-a rnanowning negroes y spec were forced in retreat with greaHoss. commission, shall be named, ..to.: ,t--
isleg. combatted by an ulate in ,to the extent of iheir,value 1- !
r .. settlements; and the'vario' ; crops It: was further stated that Urrea and range the .conditions., Tuis ',comm *

r 1! the same quality. :4 hei _n reuiredtiine. for the appli --if his crop fails he Can sell .his :negroes ,Canales! were' taken prisoners. The sion.. shall ,be composed ,o( fcsM.$*$

WLff be;.renewed at the .ensuing -his.'"own, subsistence is alwayssure engagement is'said b'ave'taken. placein ton ,and: Buchanan; and, oieEnemb/

1I1 Congress, and the,South, of the tests i in order to ascertain: to th extent.: the vicinity'of the Tula'Pass 'This Congress ,of .the opposition, ...and.Mexican :.!! .

would best reward the commissioners. The com'...
products .
for it' inseason by, : : statement is evident a mistake; for, '
- pare :-the early, settlers 'were for the The settler'tHen. at tbe/ eginni'Dgofthe if.our -recollection' serves us,. the Tula! sion: abair. "assemble, wherever the"g''

__J and unanimously' assuming. i part: 'poor, and "instead.,of"' being third:-year finds,himself I have Pass is in the mountains between:Victoria ernment, of Mexicojnay,appoint.

frbmVbich' efforts of the .the'soil 'at to related, and in:addition he wants three and Tula 1 and, it*is quite impor- heUn.ited States demand the pE44

I- 'ryLptrty ift be allowed .put once trumps classes of, .dom tic animals. that, "are indispensable .bable that Gen. Taylor, whose ostensible lei of 26 degrees ,of latitudetfrom: twGulfjoF
) and obli &k.
crops. they were are Mexico the Pacific as
- J..r.t00; .. .. o object on leaving Monterey was to to "
1 --- : 1 :to a farmer- -horses,, i cattle .
-.. I to struggle. hard for !provisions : open his line of communications on the'' dividingjme. ',. ,
} : : : I and tpgs r-therefpre, ,like .a sensibleman 'The TJnited States will t ,
4 MB.. ,,.CALHOCIt, IN, '" : "Under these circumstances Rip Grande, bc\vejefdesirous he might : pay.rnillions '
Tfae' acis' of" 'a,truly l :great 1 n ble'f 'r'any'man tb.'say' that ,- instead; ( going in for a specula-; ::b'e'to 'capture Urrea; would ''follow himt : of dollars, in,'cash- ;( r beJtt-t

A are seidow,.if:e'er.'imm : il has:Been i jfu%" ""vxightd in\"the. life and export; crop1 of long cotton' to : ;such distance from His" direct rout. ritbry: : occupied< ,. solemntj lBgsg' i .l,
claim exjHwar. '
: or
; I. be' "in'Great Britain 'add..worn in 'It is more than probablytbattbepass: to.exact any
p ciated:'*' The -C: ightwhic"h: and found wanting" spun *eiite4
._ alluded These ar :
,. "r -- : -to is the Paso'S catft, between expenses
o,' : executes---_ ---- "forXfie' Sestmies j0, 1 Illustrate this,i part of this.subject, Chi ..,.;he, ,plants. a provision. crop-,;,take .China and C amargo,and about 90 miles i about thirteerir.millions,| coo,.que-a 1i

---4I______ can"never_ ) feit.once,under ,cite,im; instance of'the progress I.in'a Jittle more land, lays ,by his[stores fromMarin. .. i the United Stated, 'cpnsidfir: that i' l,

many"who' are to* reap its tJert ',to8how the' impossibility forth fourth year-and with" the'SUN would pay:. twenty efght millionsdoll&rs R-*

'who* < 'do- not!perceive instant t 1 'settlers haviiig-been"bIe.' up to plus, :(I. have' granted'' him capable of York:t.h e,New Express) .*aud(Saturday,.Ji flrfarv-rThe after.moon: New .T.he',United for. the.,territory Statesguarant descr bed.ttaj, .,,.,l ft

UgeoBS results The whole toiaiexpbEtcrops5to; : .:any: cultivating, ', acres' as .fcefluirecl. (l j'>yt soyaWeitave. flood, .of.news .to ,day. will .never,.consenttbat. .any crri-toryA.

reersot' Mr. CAUWUN has though, the, ,contrary. has, been law; the.second. )year in addition labor In addition :to .that. from Vera Cruz,.we state of Mexico shall ,be .annexed toAmericaii ", t

: raarked'example of this'fact. by, many:persons 'who I ought !to ,required (o finish fencing i and'b iJd..-have. six':day 8: 1 lajer from. :Europe,bring j , union ;::it. equally guaraDt:$*\

due of; aU'o ) made moredeliberate: observa lug; because I do not,believe i it possible i- ..ing,accounts. tit cotton, ,oundgainhad : the Sovereignty' of Mexico esgeciiW.her
sot a .ug1.f' r. '
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., [ '. .- ., \ <. .declined., This news. ,h djln inStance -. territory outhot the Rarralt!!:OE
Ii&VeeflbCted soch, ) : fora, man to ,have't ftown cleared "
D } a j 'effect to.check sales. The 26,degrees.Th \A,,;r'
-eaeeupGa the ,Union, and:p : ; ,common 'J laborer) ,,in. the"'p !i1epf; : o fenced" and: cultivated-: Jure. ,'acres and 'at 'the Exchange' was very ?' United"'Sfates ,will','.place t

ibaji'ever,.borae.so.gr t. : o':tas no doubt done:Kork on
. law requires 1- great. The' whole business 'appeared thoUsand men,, Infantry and!,' ca11t
odiasi!,&r aaeasures'yhieh somewhere at!;some Atime an} his1 in one: year -al the beginning the,, to;bo'to disC sa the 'n'ews.IThel week. upon: : the boundary lint,, to iPfsmuggling 1
peaed! !d: 11,: .\ itg" 'who/has: : 'never. been'able toc third yearand; of course' this:year\\.he 'has' closed, with great excitement, 'and ) .'and,- -the''incursions- ,*,{.
it will be the Indians. rA1
f not until 'esrly'in' week_ ;
: ducted s ccd fnl'i sa one for himself/hears:the Gorern-. would. have'time, to' take. 'in more'land that, things''will'\ --become let Je&: .- .-; the;: Vte4< States:,>engage t ;,*?'.
pbtkiofl" lovifie* fetectiv) i : ; tref' of",' 'IGOXcreaft. :,Ta.nd, ; fF, ;;,0'. and'raise r a better::crop. 'than. in tne'pfe I ; Freights have fallen'to 6s for flour 'ahd. all I disputes afeput'''pld claims-' '.I.I.m.

a""' .i..u". 't the:'.Or, : r : ce H uponitj (;in4 ;dotes' ,JQu.Y.rlp: r. s :))5braeportion/,?, 20:a 2 Idfo Grainr' toEuroe.: XKis 'the,'remaiBder. :of trie>sentence. .IB, .

.dl1'JtIaj-r. # ..'. ,j .d'.pr I .c.' ,oj&r,,:chooses. hut.laad..,''makes theO k Have mention drthipstock! .-will o a\era thefall.; ,6C:prices, ,as it; Jsb-[ .t!t o"c i4JiJ. M ., :

J Permit lie \votil4, is i a reduction. of,40.cents on Flour and tnu&.,tstragtr** c.j .," ,
I .t.. T.Hjkl'r ti n for:a er Ht/g tithe( naturally: -want \\W.OUJd1 e !a } .aacl r..
An alliance.onen1e1!
t ad:, albvt. i Q1)tt') i 4ie\\C cow and calfj a'sow:with prgvand ahoepork'BQiilii ; ,centsa.jHisneJ\ QJiqf5JUOfltbe highest : .
No.ttlJera MutteiiRtte ; ..... ; .' .ti" : 'JU; f ; prices before, paid. _i n', hall!J bV_ signed ,teiween.- }:J$& 'Jr"
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',, 'iNi.ww: "_ 'T.. _bV. .t'....."'".: : .D. I jjlnd' ;. '.jghicn t;JiasJef0WI9; ? of some- }sorL- ---u .. .,': .: ,". ', : :SteaBlMeXiC0.. ; ; { repelaq-) -;
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: t d 'P 1E4, by,hardships'imposed"po;pwn.:t ep, asbt : :'o" < .,.:tet, ... Y"'f 40..l-"f' .) 'i5 . ," .' ;> O.n .)'I' f 1R,, ,
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1rirttietr' af eutaicle die city adralt by violeace.frem' :.ihalrhomes. [ ndee i MpayabWtw of .:, itr-: ,' S 'tt.. 't: J." .ff.b"t .: 1 ; '-S S 5

IaiGd 29th- u11.' and who. ,,e.then. I x Jr **9 *' 7earslafter the : : : : : -" ."* '
Sard loose upon ,1e country on their J&. mIs'th r t:: iU the .baitlccedt ; ; $ gwifli te>ek c Uth;- rteofs1 ,.. ft. "ltceruithg '.''L.iH. .. ..l -

ro1e. .Itis'KSa they_ feare scatteredUrcry six in the evening,theHexican troops .. ,., JpeaipcrluanuA W1IiIreasury :4r,f, J.' _. .I' t f. .,!4--.- -." .

direct**,'.d ,ate plundering being then formed on th"grwwtf 101 cA : Notes are jreceii In mall : ., S .
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; defcele inhabitants of the the Americans )mad occupied. payments to tkeGandmay _- .1 np .

die pOor hindrance and without_ last etTortwhesays, Mwoold Jiave been fee ,funded, aVthe: 'option of the ;..
interior without his WANTED, for'the United\ States',Army able.beiied HMoy ke4,Miof tle
officers lay.hands if Geiu Minon 'had. done Bolder, at any'rae with'years. tko to '
Tie upon 18 and 35 above T5" ; feet and.3 Inches>kb VMHl '
remorse. betrig)
mule without attacking.: the.-eae *Jn the : ,, years, ,: .
and iy
horse every part by of xe tobtt! 'stand their feow.ctzenK) et'.
every the M's omission .he'had ordercd .- pe lag;arecmg{ i oae $e&ply ,
money *.* 1rJ.thout pnceand kickeditieuuerithe :un. 'reit.' For to'examine Hution- We see jt stated ihat :ari( EnglishJudge .,the Service,bat,those who are det raised,to-serve the period of tUif enlifioaestly .

fortuate fa1*thus, despoiled is a Court;Jklartial; has laicTit jlown as a principle and faithfully.; duf inr the' War wita Mexico, or for the t&a if V&t,
most feeble demurrer.Vfce duct. .
4 : wen a.'the"garden..ofthpoor.Jaborer : Santa Anna admits' in killed and law, thata,physician is not entitled to : years., "
Be8"88 payment if thepatient dies under his TABLE oV .ESTABLISHED .EATES, tP FAT AGREEABLY TO KHSTUfG,.U1hi
is entered by gangs of disorgtnfwd wounded more that 1500 men, but .says ,
his family insulted ,that,of the enemy-was,',mhcb g rteri > 'treatment.,, .. ,-., .S. "- S.-. 1-. Paj of .ArIU"'. S : ; -:0/11

substance carried off, If he He compliments Ampudia !or his! gallantry : 53kcxhaeiYILLEPR1cEa '. 'a ." ;, .--.I.1af5r'1. .' 1
bis .
and the conduct of i1B.iUfT.. _. . I ,":,t .' d Pay or O>Mt.:
utters one"word complaint his. treat and S ...GRADES.. :, ,i_ : ; goansa1 1U1I. iaiJl.R. .

meet is still worse1; and he is fain to'call: his_ officers generally.] 9 i CORRECTED, 'WEEKLY.iRTICLtS. 0 .- 0' . -,', -' ,:..!,.' ..''f r rs .', _JIn. when ,'.l.. w.! n, IDoiIkJ." IS
hi* God for that protection ,--- S '. "l .".J."..IIL''f"' "' : ,- .! stag on font. II
upon country and its ]laws are unable to'hiS'1 LATEST FROM THE ROUKT; : .. 4COFFEE. -. '*HoZiLiBAGOIN1Tunde. ;,;- ':. ,:.>:\.1ff: "j. I ': PAT'irl. MOUTH HAT ft1t.O"'J' .

him. Such is the pre.sent.state.of MOUNTAINS. .,:' ptT"ar "O... To the Sergeant Major, Quartermaster. Serjeant, Chief '-- T', !j. I tMnici
ford .
the country between Maj. A.:J" Pripps, formerly Ceneral[ l ;Rio. "' : .'lb. 81. .10 n'ndChWDagleresch';.- '- .'.** .i. ."- .11' "I" SI af [;
i&irs throughout : -Jaa. I' > Ib. 12J.' 00 To.the 1st Serjeant'of a Company > .- I. j -' u f .16j JG "JO--
Indians .rather visiter .
Vera Cruz and the cities of Jalap! and Agen to the or. CANDLESSperm,' .4. Ib.AdsinaHtine : ,30" ,nl To ttm. OHnance Sergeant; ,. '- ,-" : 4 '.' 1'i 'f18,1 .t.F.' :
Oriub for the former ,garrison has to the trading establishments the Indian .: llb. ,- iR ,.-_31 ]. ,M satircIrt' .0 ..- .... .' .-j.- --.-- u.- ('- 'JI.- k. '
r8f1f dn y1fit*no COTTON Bl ek'eefl.K 1 21 I Corporal I*, i. .* ,1.: t. .. .J' a. ."f
]kentbedit.1 to those places,' 'eonntry, 'SslkatBigCr.amrtb.: 28"&..31 I '. .. ., .. .. .I I V ., I S S .4-1 OT..S' 4,
B iiglers J m ; ; '; 8 r- .
Md words but feebly Express and violate the laws regulating .trade, arrived DOMESTIC. ,,GOODS. t. I Mu.iC1.nt. .0 .J' '. :.,... .... '... -. .!: t ,- a.t'., r"ff:...-.
desolation which is at St.,Louis the St. Louis .Re BrnwShirtings. perjard S c. 7 : I ., .. ... x* .; q ,1 .
forth the says I. Farriers and Blacksmiths, '* !. '. -... ;h'.r 11.. ti il .
do.. 8 121
picture Sheeuogs .g
th'e Oth ult. from ? '. .' to i'
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everywhere seen. publican, on Tickings 10: .' 25 Artificers, : 11 Q
We bare.reliable intelligence from Pierre_ 'on the, Little: Missouri, above Calico Prints. .., ." 6 ,.' 25, S Privates, '. ,. I. 1 'I'l' S.

puente Nacional up to yesterday afteron. .- the mouth of Yonctou, riv r. His,'trip FLOUR'Kentutky'Jeans Baltimore. perbbL' 8'25.:50 00 a 00 A bounty of Tweltrd. '.Dollars will ,be paid to-. each recruit enlisted fat, the At

At that .time Gen. La Vega I has been in the severest, kind of.weather : Kew York. *.4'S.* .800 .m 00 tillery and Infantry,arm. Besides the monthly pay, 'as aboVe'stated, one ration

*u there in command of 1000 men.- experiencing rain(snow, and storms, I FURS GRAIN.Ouer Corn. '44_bush, 1 1 00 12 .rn,1)0'00 per day, U allowed every soldier which is'amply sufficient for his AuBsfetefKe |

They were deserting daily, in squads, I durlog.the whole. time. .Hearrved at HAY. "cwr 1 '25 'rn 00 also) a large supply) of comfortable and genteel clothing. Good quarters a'' '

and he was shooting all he caught' 'to I the mouth of the Kansas on Friday the HIDES. Green, 44 44 lb. ',3 a' '00 fuel are at all times furnished, and every attention will be' paid tor making those

DTeicut those who remained from run- 19th. ,At that time the Missouri was LUMBER.Dry.Flnftrinjj country,' 41 lb.tlioa., 10 .6 00 a. 14 00 00 men, who ,may enlist,nnd_are,determined to_ serve their country in good faith, '

jot, aw'j. Many of the Mexican, prisoner closed.by ice, 'and teams were crossingupon Scantling and Boards,44Rancinr ,.* 10 00 as 14 00 comfortable and contented with their situation. The best medical] attendance '

;; who left "here ,had passed the the Kansas. his stat d'thereh d. MATTING India Timber, ,.. "'yard.' '4 500'37J .m 00 00 i is always provided for the'sick soldiers ; and _deduction" of pay .i1ItDade-dar, *.

bridge, and what tales they told of the been heavy snows on the plains and especially OILS.Sperm. ,. .. pll. 1 12j 1 SO ing the:period he is unable to perform his duty. Should the soldier be disabled'in S

strength and power of the American on the Platte, this winter.; and ,Alligator.PROVISIONS 'I ii 75. 00 the line of. his duty. the law provides a pension for him. i*'

army!! They will 'have it that our. if it goes off suddenly it' must give high Bacon,. Pork' ,Mess. ,, '".'bbL. 17'10.00 m 18 00 00 By the above it is seen that the'pay and allowances are respectable, and that,.'

shells are filled with some ,horrible water to the Missouri this season.. Lard. lb. to... 121 with prudence and ,economy the monthly pay of the _soldier may be laid up* *

combustible instead powder, and cite This information is important to those Butter.Cheese :. Mb.fMb... 20]0.'a 23 12J as every thing requisite for ,his comfort and .convenience is furnished by thtrI .

the, dreadful destruction they occasioned who are preparing to emigrate'to California Potatoes. Irish. .. bbl. 3 50 i' 00 ] Government, including his sugar and coffee The prudent soldier, therefofe> .

in the city in proof. Canalize but without and Oregon.On PEANUTS Do.Florida Sweet *" buih.tt ''50 50.'.. 75 00 may"readily save from $420 to $1020 during his enlistment of five years, tad' 0'.

any force, had come down as farasthe the way down Major Dripps:passed RICE. "Ib.' 3. 5* at expiration of the term he can, if he chooses-,purchase a 'small farm m any

bridge,but immediately returned to several encampments Mormons, SUGAR. Florida. "44 Jb. 8I. 9 of the Western States, and the t settle himself comfortably on his own land, for

;leii co. Gen. Morales ami Landero I In every instance, he represents them SYRUP.New Florida Orleans. Ib.gall. 50 82./I. 10 00 the rest of his life. *

hd passed through Li Vega's quarters, enduring great privations. He pas' SALT. Liverpool ground .. lack 2 00 4 2 25 The sum of Two Dollars will be paid .any citizen, noncommissioned officer* t tor

along with many ( ther officers They sed numbers of them returning to the SPIRITS.. % Gin Brandy ...gaL 4'! M.50.1 3 50 50 soldier, who shall bring ta rendezvous an able bodied .recruity who shall .

would prefer going to the United States settlements. They have, from all that N. E. Rum, 44 44 50 A 75 be regularly enlisted. The citizen ,should present his. recruit the Lieutenant*:

as prisoners to accept their parole, yetI can be learned of their position i and Whiskey, ,. 44 U 31 d 75 or Captain,and'not.to the Recruiting- Ser e ntsJ .\

I believe they have given up the idea condition. endured more .privations'during SKINS.Panther Deer. -Ib.,i,50, 4 .m 1 50 7 HENRY E.v.. Cl ARK*'Captain 13th Infantry,

altogether. Col. Gutierrez even went the winter than even many of those. .Bear, 1 00I. 3'50 ahd'Recruiting Officer, U. S. A. I
the steamer who' from famine in Eu. TEA, Hyson. "lb 50.1 00 S Rendevzmu JtTewnansvilU FtorJdd 'Sth 1847.
so far as to ask a passag on are suffering Black, -lib. 40 a 50a'TJOIIN Recruiting;: ; Jlpril, *

Alabama, and every arrangement I I. By the 9th section of the act each no n-corn missioned officer, aaasician ,

was made'for his departure ; but a let. rope.Major Dripps brought, no. further H. GUNBY. Esq. is authorized S or private in servieeor" who ,may hereafter be enlisted daringtbe"

ter from his wife at Puebla, who was in news from California or Oregon. The to act n. my Attorney in fact during my absence. present. War'with.Mexico,, and who shall receive'an honorable discharge etcher

great distress induced him to change fort which he left was not in the'direct from the State. OLIVER WOOD. by expiration of his term of enlistment or for disability incurred,in the coarse

his coarse. In the meantime, so straitened route of news. from those quarters ; and .Jacksonville, April 23, 18471 tf of his service, will entitled to a warrant lot one kindred and sixty acres of

are many of the Mexican officers in addition, the severity of the season land which:he wilT bat: liberty ;to locate in one body, upon any of the public

that they .are farely] begging _money of has been such, that there has been ,but JUST ,RECEIVED FROM lands) that,may be subject' to, private entry':or, he may,'at hisoptloo, when hefl- 1
the Americans to get out of the city. little,communication from any quarter.OFFICIAL. ., orably discharged f'receive treasury scrip the amount( One HuBdied Dollars
Gen. Worth the newGovernor of Ve' bearing'six per 'cent.interest, payable KBu-a&au&Ily, uti redee aaWe at tH

ra Cruz, has. adopted tpo stringent I SPLENDID ASSORTMENT'oc..DRY ,pleasureof) the;Government.. '. April 16, 184t7. .
.lId-.-_ _ai. ttic.__ _same_.__ time------ most_ aDDrooriate rr j GEN., TAYLOR'S: ADDflESS4T- A. GOODS f cunmting' oD ,NEW AND ,
A I number of TUP. A"'D UV.. NOTICf 'TO'PREEMnJOrC1..tJ.ANTS.i
police regulation large AALI n.L! .iHEADQUARTERS ,FASHIONABLE' .
Mexicans are already' at work tearing ABMY OF OCCUPATION, ,:i 'PRINTED MUSLINS, ,. ., Every person entUled to.the rihtof preenptteato
down the barricade and opening,'the Buena Vista,Feb. 26,.i84Zi, t any land within,the ;owuships above eattmera.. '.
MOq.RNIN.DQ.., ted. is required establif4i the same to the satis t ;
walls of the city-the latter for the purpose Orders JVb. 12.-1. The Commanding
.' anir.le' of CANTON !CRAPE AND faction of the Register and Receiver of the
A 'ri.-' propa
of letting fresh air in the streets* General has the grateful task of SATIN MANTILLAS AND SCARFS, avery er .land,office, and make paymrat .,,.for. ,ojrsomt

They say that several cases of'onuto, congratulating the troops upon ,the brilliant .' *el,rt nMortment of at practicable, after ftHr .tti* nttice.,
lot yellow fever of the country, have success which attended their arms PARASOLS & PAEASOLETES and before the day appointed for tb* commencement -* r i
already appeared but I shall inquire in the conflicts of the'22d and 23d.- BY THE PRESIDENT THE. of the) public sale of the lands tmbracbf ilw-
; A n.w nnd elegant style of ,UNITED STATES.iri 1 1 act claimed; etherwt adj claim will ,be for '
further before I give credit to the story. Confident i in the immense superiority of PJJftfMd' BONNETS S feied., .

Yours, &c., G.. W. K. numbers, and stimulated by the presenceof LJJDIES1 pursuance.of .law, JAMES K.X lUC S AROt M. tOUNF. .

a distinguished leader, the Mexican BLACK PARAMETTA CLOTHS AND, i ,POLK President of the, United Commifsioner of the Glnerai Xjrnd Office.. '
GEN. April2l
E were-yet repulsed in every effort States of America do hereby declare. : S
troops : WEAR. AU .' *_ _ZTL > .
PUENTE NACIONAL.The to force our lines, and finally withdrew A VERY PRETTY ASSORTMENT 'OF and'make know. that public sales will NOTICE.

New Orleans Delta has the vith immense loss from the field. LEGHORN HATS.waiaut ; be held at ,the undermentioned 'land
GENTLEMEN'S havin the
dernaada 8aiht
folio win?: 2. The, general would. his the State of FLORIDA a A.1Jpet't'Ons : ee
express &POINSETT., offices, in ; ) Jonnsori late Columbia
"Gen.Twiggs was about to start on obligations to the officers and men en. April 23. M7- .tf,' the periods hetei&after designated, viz: county, deceased, are hereby jnuifedT l..preenr S

an expedition to carry, the fortificationsat gaged for' the cordial support which ,I,] ." At the 'Uml'office it ST AUGUSTINE, cnmmehcin them.to' Administrator of ... Ute..within) .
: the ational about ItnHaway Negro'Ca&gkt.. two. years from the date hereof or they will be Sforeveratiu'rwardp
Bridge, twenty. they rcod throughout the. action.It .- *; on Monday th* ...trl clay of July barredAnrf JioM
afl (ndeM
fire miles from Vera Crtiz where it is TAKEN UP AND COMMITTED of tft. Imds within
will be his highest pride to bring to next, for the Hinptwal puMIef ed to said1 estate an*resetted1 mniake rnyment
said La Vega has fortified. himself with the notice of the government, the con' t.,TO JAIL, a Negro Man. about 25 yenr', d,. limit of the undernientiu trtown .hp., to GREEN JOHNSON. AdmV.
inches otaIbftk e
.r.p five feet eight high S
4000 troops. Gen. Patterson is to follow ; gallantry of particular officers f his IDam. to wit : LUtl'River. April 23, 1347. '8t.
spcou s. compIexi.n-ivtP* < as ,
oftkt late line tmd-Et f//4 p.rj.ciPd
him as soon as the requisite nnmtwof nnd corps, whose wavering steadinessmore JOHN. and naystrmt he) belongs James Gamble _Sonlk .
meridian.To oIIBiy '
males I .; tq transport his i !!PP1ie3can than once ,saved the fortunes of of Marion county. Th owner is requested Mack Sheriffs Sale.- -
be raised. Large orders have been I He would also his te.ome ''frward'pron. proiwrty 'pay charge*,. w nnhip fwf nryH! >n ,.of ranje tWenty.ht.Townahijhwernj .BY virtue,of ahtExeeutnmtii nU direct edi Isso -
the day. express and. take him awAY. J. A.' BARBEE.' one ant?twtaty two, of range, from the,Circuit Court*fvr th*> county mfDuvaJ
sent to this city for mules,;and, it is:expected high satisfaction witk the conduct.of Jacksnnvill;' April 23.' Jnllor Duval. Co.T" twenty,mne. S_ S ,in.tfi*.Eastern Circuit of FWtfo*,ifr-parso-
that Gen. Q itma '* expedition the small 'command ft to ola'H nltillo. ,. 'Township.' .eighi.e and netieP anet S ..ecuouisx. ance of a decree of fureckHitnk of mortga rendered
to Alnrado, will open a market for a Though not so seriously engaged as : in Circuit Cout.KASTKRK'CutCiifr S In town.hlp twenty of range thirty* by the'late Snperiof CoitfCt f:'tbrEutent
supply' of this or FLORIDA. .1. Towo.hip eighteen._nineteen. twenty one, District i of the. Territory of Florida en the 16ih
fox anker most "necessary' means their,comrades, their services. were ,very 'County nf Dnval: '1* Chancery. of range thirty one., (S. day of December,'Ai' D. 1841, la Mi >'cotmty( '
operations important and efficiently rendered. John C. I'elui &.Ch.(*. Hi'Pel' *"I Township fIiten.'d wnetees. of !U., I DuvaLin favor of John Priory rnnirm W JansrS

-CHIHUAHUA.Gen.Heredia While'bestowing; thisjust tribute t.oihe AdroinutraUirs hfetl nod singular tIuktytw0.S r I 're .'.and ian Abby Dexter,*ad ministratrmof
the G'HxU an/I C*ttle Right and ToWnthip eihteeDcfrng* ihrt1Ibr e: Horatio SJ Dexter/Thomas-'Dexter Daniel
conduct ihe'general .Bill fnf PromtK
the good troops, ,
hi of ,
despatch CredusvtJami's D.'Pi1titde" Julri.butibn'nfas. At the land[ office lit NEWNA ... Tresvant,'aadr Mary Tmvsurihjwj., .?
.a4 inst. from, New: Mexico. UckflwlI.edges deeply' regrets to'Say that' there'! were tea._.i. 'S -. 'm.-ncim on Monday. the plneteeiith .de;,of Julynextifnr'tnVHUpotal I will o8>riu, public l sale, '(between. .limp -. ''
thai his "raw" forces who had not .a,few exceptions, He .trusts that. S eva.' sets; .of Es- : of it*, public |"nd*.withinthenimltjiWthe hours s'cteXbeftmi''the Court,HVMi e, at New

"ocrer heard the whispering of a cannon' those who! fled, ingloriously, to Buena, flerrnrin'Jonlcer&CharlraByin.tip&c.&i.I : ..,'. u dfTm.t f\p.A \io Hubtpi S anilfraciipnal nansvllle.in laid county of AJchoa.on the FIRST
balI" took "J sse1" at the battle of Sa- Vista,nnd even to Saltilloy will ''seek an' tnn.,us Hooker Ilyinjuon'Isartc" ana'J..I"'r,nr' an. J ,tuwnshiri.| to wit. MONDAY ,in June :Mxt.,all.that iract Vlaj..lbelonging -'
1I.T,. M. ,
Rs,4onViIliam J '
\ > .prieipalTpwMhip to;: HoratioSt Dexter in the ,A larks S
receive their Injunction.Charles sovi4pf4te lillCinadcE / *
(rat tnto, which was fouffht for theGssessioa opportunity 'to'I repnla* F. L'eH* & James ,B. vseridia_ S Grant by;contract,with. ... Arredomb Jc SM.

? theGky'of Chihuahua, ton? ..ndtpemulate thebravery of their B r.4 aVRtdcon;1>ed '&'Sagga, "' ( Vine S ,.of mnge.fourteen.Prnctional containing th UsMidrstx.LUndr J skty.. iiJ S

All his JBCQ but a ', ''few '"fled tothe comrades, who ,bore the brunt of the u't.el.'cru'ditors&e'&c.' : r S : ,,lowo,hip.,' twenty: ,t!n.' t fniy third sas.ihati'.to; say one tblo of|.o thoo-f
very the battle," and' sustained* against\ 'fe'fu1oddsthehniorofthefl l TTT: haiEb.fl'.mid 'In apprar' to the'flti.rltc- S"jeht.jcwenty nine.and; thirty,o. ,the main isuid, aid four'tuadted ainetv.and ikHefsartJM inns
mountains terrified, 'fon.o} ing JL affidavit,".tlmt several(' : the.said',IJormlio .
; \ tlon of the Com by" ofYanje.fifte.rj.. :* S -- n conveyed f S. Dext t>; by tbtf
example of the cavalry, of which-pnly g.. Ie .- M>e:Defendants named Irf ,lh* Bill of Complaint, fi. Tawnsbipteiisyse'eusin4 fractional tow whip j i said.F., M;. Airedofttlo..Jun Clr.t, !,,, '
w squadron of Durango' ,made. any. re- The.exultation of success" .cb.ecke4by.thel Jed In the,'above* ehhtleVl feiosf'Te.M.'.dt'o| the' :tIrtyfi'e.oi'tl uin laod-f range sixteen.,, '.date the IStb/day: ,Mif. A. D.lZXt.
115taece." heavy sacrifice; of-life which jt sItenrFIorfI&; 'and:bejbnd ite* jtirisdlctioa: fqfihls fractional hundred
: Town,hip LweDll!.Hfl.", and ownr, And :eight and. intorf>* e land'D j
UiEftfie ;JUtS cost, embracing many officers"of (Cotm? Tkirtfon 1 o** motion! f"Otil. bryJfale ; 1 ships thirty three rwdlhirty,five.on tnem*i lad, third,". ,thii balance of Ue;qoaoriry not c.tI .
IA he camp .remaned1iep, rank and Tare 'thefit. While"the ,"E q./SoHcitor'f'r said Complfinanis.. .h of range seventeen. .. / . ve,ed to-said oro' 's: Dexf'er, in pnnmanre. .At
P sion orihe'enerny,'nothing ugh '1T.II'OaDERtli.: That'the. aid'Herman Honker ";T.o M3ihij, .twenly: ,seven., ,fractional,townstjipthirfy the afuratf' 'original' -t-v eoatraeir> cwautaihg' r. In ir |{ia .",;
uis *red ,rounds of im- jsy IB ptUWes.of a gratefqlcoimtry-will j>o "Ch.r" 'Bjlnimn,;i Honker&Bylnj: nh r' S : thirty of
Icepfeight .wo,u a tlmnwia Und,enil. lownsbip* ,whole( the_ ,anntity one thousand six hundred .
orz, which 'a servant of Col. Fain I given .to .?2ie, 'bereaved_ 'families' \and 'Jsa.:N..RlidonYiUiam M. ,Ri.don\ ,Ch.rlrs: ] three,eud thirty five,_of range etjhteeiu .; and>!xtysix! and two acres, being.the same tract-
.hI&hid the mounta ni.tt'' friends ot those' ,hp .nobly 'CeU, tbeir ;LaetI'aisd:J m.f F..B1BIidun) ",Lids &, Townships tbirty two thitty,three,,, rl1'8r I heretofore surveyed,and set apart to the.ald.Ho>- 4 a
)' illustrious .example will.remain for the ;Bi'f"N" ,.,O. Bahcbck; Jirnee; B. MorganHenryBaeorr ', ;' aDl11birtyfiy.J range eighteen.' \ ratio Dexter bjr Joshaa' A,Cofee, Jyl< and Ir f. .,. '
.- : Johii.MmllerV':(ChesUr 'BUbee & ,tke :'Hagtown Creek,in the aid Alacltua Grants
ne SANTA' ANNA. Benefit"and'ndmiratioa of the army, Jacob Gattenon,.a C. BUbee' &,C.;Anios P. ; p, d t ;'Y' Jawfor ,upon The satdf 1 tract of land will be sold fa, Mf/,
pLici ial l .Deipatclv,this,Mei.' By order :'Major 'General Tnyjor : Shumway. and ,olbrr*.,be.'required to appear ttadktMwersaid u pf' OJ' 1ltary i brotheraz- tbajunoaatpfthree tboo aod'two Imndred:andf

Cf detailing the action of Buena.; ;/ ., : W.. \... s.B,; .hISS,-_ 4\ Bill of,CompWot within "monthi.,., po.e& willbe Mclude :from-.the'sales.TfceaJ .. sixty nitw DnHarsajn4 forty sk Cents .wib' :b*

OTft s styled by_Santa'Anna,Aa-_ Assistant) Adjuvant,General.: ':. nt..da ame'wiU be;'.taken 'as' codfeif. 'afabtt:, : .'will leech bekept'opetf. ttIiereoi1rihe. :rati* pf Tf jr ycrn* '!" ." ,
.. '. -t.. ill l'.emJ" a 4' (1-* front the date 'of saU dverre Maff i is ,.aI41i .
{: i. In the Delta of -: i leFieiands a sooeispoj&o
twi"wee1t. ( -
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published ] ; ORJ '-That acopy.f'thIOnfr7,4Ulyrenified .
'iITi1t7WtHZ1 >IRru. jj: of five dollar and aeatifcharges cat sa4
sixrj to "
It Iii like- alp1e flut story,_,' ,7e U. Si o_.-The cretary..f l t l 4 r tfeeCkfk'of this.coanl btpubIihel :. ; longe'raudn {F.tI recorded m mid MC',,. ." **

jhea:commencetl,:the reader:%*' ':'fr ury v J C'to' ;h.d! d :. }n tnme Ne.piesprtnU4whMib\t' Tate .cntriif;';;ladf M, the t ol':8 r : :"t.TJI ;'C.Newnanlle J IJ '; ,tC

:' &tp paute 1Jnl.li ,reaches at par, -ml :a,, /einiucB ,ones&;,thaBoaeeigbth iEsenCrcuh of FirdOses. & -e., r suaucu.- 'ie oflfered"will; bdiitt&. 1I.tl'' after i AnJj4tk. 14Vs 51 *J. t
oaiba.'C i '
; JoLope},per cent, thatuieiiiids '1t1..I&'focrt w. : to veeks4on \Iii -S S J". .,- St ,
t. 'ki: aDPf1S ;AS ; 8.i| ;'r'i: 1H-e i iqq; Jt .5 ; 1
after ,could sot,lie aceepte d- # ti1oiItLhivitEg I", : said MU8I.t' 1 E. .
!l.te of FebTj (4-i.ys : t'-I., TOT/HART aW.ff said; COart do commeficem ot of "th f, .
. I t.hitle the lI xiu (: iformsI I ? ::b'tkCfl'' hyibMiviatia\ i b.* bJ_rtir.e. i2bJktiueopjotnLOrel iveCnni .roy. ,:4-a"-, at tht ..cityWge S. { .ALL. J'lftrtn.q. t.1.._,_,i'. E'! ef_J.. _.. .
:ki,4 : fl btti Ro ight '1\1I.ia ibe1m :Clliu.hetl ,:are'rruffir.rtoatttT '
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.or t t :and M ariqeilt P.rj ) rf r a.li.ma viieve* T "ltl. lf xdiof prjl, S '
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,e 1_.. 'The amount of' iheleaasdyer [bwe "n1JrI.ch.iise;_ '.WMMlir.y*ofUprK lJ '
h Sas kBw&a.. ; : '' 1M4i f&iwiT ; .,
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:,4 : '... :: .::."t t- > Alae 8.817; '."JlaJ.. : -. liiiI ; J.1ti
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.IitI ( i li Ii t.r tbe' Court iI.H.tr'Hlj .
or .ve' *ejjed upom Ianls !ut t ..r0 inn "nt. -' eJs1iiii. _
I, Cowty of Alaflwra on Monday t1.tit Rae.ed 1'l"t.Town cy KYiHe.,G n-the 48d ( -t tpt _. 1 .,Jdlneb1t1M ; ir&z j:M ig'ti ; ; = {'' _
t .I, -day of May ,all the right and title and,Interest weftd < S i' 1 '
i Monday July sect,tettn-e bi'l.ouri ;isokMm .1eIaai tt dtheAm40! ; i ;iftl.ft.&C .! ij td f"f" :.\
.. S -ia a eertala inaaidTowflwhich of teaandtwo/ ckso much( tfeewlrfWdedi L ,
ti.efrl had .hln'.n4 the tfme .f hit '
r ntlyi ,rJ ::j j'AI.ft on a pants at af1.ttl.tJ. ; J '.f
Cbitlea! W xl_ sTJlef 'j fwityf, ie r Bf l. *IKS" f" 'T WatL&'F.'cILaTh. "
roVmiiwS-f IL rrc1' 'Vi'll. P.Gn r.L. .
.tkeTimTrif4l .; A -41'
[ bad xlea or- ,.on.\m" '
at ft'Ed..n1S V .G tr.etW .I I-W UnJJH6.A_ the returned- teinbtTie'Asse.ibrin the Manateerfflnsfcirotil'.ceunly. The:?ffweomV -; ispe .Uhf,"GzGiar.! I. '.t

; AUricb, at Artminlstrator of thr slid Charlea 'Alftchna Arrednndo Grant is will satisfy, and : .JI --'iUo.M' a w.".,, .
pay H.c.tlJ/t ifu', O'i a1D ri ftUrIIed L \Pd' r.trtl 'propertyttke II6''rJ.Vwc. '
Pf .t g
Cashing sew tuts described in the of said .
plot town, the,State ana County tax due on said interests ( TaVAsseiitir : '
by ..d tin .
ar. : ; 'EIiiX;
Lot Na otr "
ti' at $. ta Block No 3and in Kange'Nocontaining t .'and '
-j l diIN4rjjI
he1ft5flti.Itlga1 costs charges .
half bc'Ja br.Itjdr 4 ,.mtJ-'JlI1lP: : I \ jok1NABKER., ". j

tE S *...'.op.'Jenrted.ontid acre moreor wIll,be pHWed leas-said ty;..talefanr Lot, and >about!' the, t:advertisement J 't. "aDd,.sali__.r', *r.J th.nTn.lII..Wiu *T *,p Mvrcplbydi R1acit: ,;Aisessor'c_ --'e-.{a thentme" ,,vcf Patrick.". '; J 'JfH!( r 18j" I, tf nt1' : 'J nftfU. .4: LA.' : ,

t.1 xecvrk>o.issued_ .from .,.JQI 1re!; The intereit ofjeromey" iJoinwp| or.NYella.: .: .. Tarnpa',. Bayi'Septemher" ..fib. ,. /C''i..l.
.. (t1ti C.c44Tanpn the-! } WMirb1847.:' '". .f" :' : AWdW: ( )( tkree thousand) acre*, retorned in k I : -: win met- th.'C.u.ii. ..
tiday fntemt'oiWilUam'.Tb h. !
the of Tfcomas Ledwhh in 1845 and JVf'nande Cin".b.M ;
.9' in fs.r of Joan ,W.Pean. and insrfMwiirtt : ', name Exeemerc Ifotlce.LLptrjons 'J'. .
TT a : 'Th liii Pai'bd "b' .' : .
S AIK 1.J el. .mll. r )f Uatt" ,iat ''et.'Chad.V I 'etft: fJohiRToiflhind ',., : any : lcJ JCH
a citdiiWvikia l "mck.' -
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: 'ne. J U ATTOSKBYi ,
\ bn 'J : AxiWd'practk.i
U1, 'THOS. C. ELLIS Sheriff Alachua Co. Also; 790 (sfvrn hundred' and :ninety) i its'x a is,: U ,lfluetpreNat tarn _lIbnut delay. toqUARLESM.WELLS.snd 'ftllt.oRl'.a _/,
John .
ftSayenThe ,
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( "J'8i. for ,
; ( jiaid fcy' Cbr..RawliTfax4due I : ; Ulh ..raI c.

April 2.,1947., ,-. interest of Rogers and Price.'. A.;:).: 'BItf/'rekutwd/ -fn the name <.*Kingsey! B.Gibbst : '. S. R F.qi4ty. iii tb .Eti. Ct( u .J.sj''lDd '
k AiI.IBlstrater'lfotice. The,interest.Cyras; P 'i4iii. .." l locality unknown;i onarnD rs returned by .' MALLORY.Executors., : VVn. A. f.: A.vfttrtn*.. .- p

.S t1H SIX: MONTHS aftrr date.I.shall'present my: The Ihtereit'of Ichabod Prall. Tax Assessor. ,fey.,We t.March. J9, 1847.- 8w. .I. LoojJ. Au>mcH, Newnansvlllf,
The intere.t ofAaroa Peck.
;t and Touchers', as Administrator of I thai! offer.for wle, within legal hour,:before F-- s. :. ....
tkt! the estate'of' ,John Moore, late 'of Dnval county The interest ef Mordecai M. Noah. the,Coort_HoH, :door,':in Ocs.Iai r on the first Monday Admibistratdr's w.SEMINAR. !' O Gi'rn8 )
t dece&aedio the The interest Israel frost. ; the'6tKifayiof the .. ,
Hon ptemWir'nextJailof
"Judge of'Probate for said
$; cou"t\t' rot The interest ofNoabJarvis.The hove will NOT &li h'ereby given t J creditors of. and L. > :.
a final tettlement ',r.said estate and ) described lands or n mnch,thereof as ,of
!irJpHB.jcoqwe \.
; : jrlj! interest of Mordecai Myers. be entitled to distribution tlie Estate I : : N4 .
hall sufficientio of'lax due the
atjhe! timt' apply'for'letlera dismN- satisfy the amount
same JL School
: ; The interest of the heirs of Alexander MQ t. John and all { |t/ lId d upon tke peiaei4
fl Ilion assucbaImininraorowbka11 interested State of Florida for 1845.together withtheamount of JVeek! deceased. to persons.m bo ductlon anda, ..
e !1 inlaid estate are desired to take notice. .The interest of Frederick Marquaad.The ,. due the'State, and.cnuniy nf Marion, for the yearA. may hate any claims or demands whatever againstor to enter al..fy. Students who are.jaaiij f fred
1i ApriI9.! 7. JAMES ACKER. Admr. interect Gilbert Lewiti: D. 1846 and all legal$ cents,that may_.accrue interest to said estate, that JlnHe| the same be alto stad n ;Awhile ,thoe may.'here, piwi \
The interest or Bloodgood and Thomas Tilliaton thereon. E. D. HOWSE. Sh'ft"and exhibited or( deposited!I! within the period of two **.Ac1C ._,. ,

NEW The interest of Thomas Kapler.. Ex'officio Tax Collector for Manes.Co.- 'J".'' frOm the 2ht day October. 1845, they will for a pr."fef>'Hjn.. ran wlect >wI. ,...
? STORE best .
And alto so mrch of the, undivided .interest; of March 5th, 1847. 6m .bo'baVred. and that I will apply'to the Jadge of Hji| ,their 0."j*'7ts in Ji r.. > .
rP the same said Grant of tU following'-named' Probates ,, The irgulatr>S* *4 the'with Jft" .I '' 4 '
!f UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co persons : of.Hillsboroogfc County' on the fi ,b. 1'Pcli
; THE ,enbip under the style) of as will pay the State tax for the year.1 84&. ., Suur1ay. O.tnber. 1847..for's final diVbar.t* th.sinfel..iji; i 1r''I IW"'. ":
and the Slate and TAX V COLLECTORS ,SA LE. .iliad I moral adva cetf>eMi orb.
County tax for the.'f'.r.1146p from... ,mt.said A dmin"! WRIGHT & POINSETT, and all legal costs and charges .in and about the; I B'Y'Vittue? oft! power vetted in me bylaw, I WEEKS AdmV. :r'fI disriIkinesaInhu'f14.dJo. | i .L.stcs.i iJb.e .

1ttI Have rented the store centIyoccupied by Mr. 8.r. ." advertisement and sale thereof to wit xr ..'for sale, before the, Court._ House Tampa,Dec,S5i 1846. 6mTHK ; Prfc plor'drsirrs In cnltintf! h bis .
t The interest of-A. D. Forest.Theinterestof door in : piU. batata of kind and. familiar I Inlf
) t;.: : f CUTTER and would now solicit that portion .theclty.ofJsckoov1lle. county of Duvalon n ,,t'j
.;p. or public'patronage who desire purchase J. Delano.Thointerest ) the 2nd, Monday in April aext. following ,A I.b:1biraIGrl'. ZNoiice. influence them.ml her by an appeal "it|_
1 f :: of J PfFlI Rodman., property, or .much thereof as will pay the Stale .crcdiiori,;diinribuiee! and 'ot." inte priaefplec of the heart. .by ....

c4xps CHEAP ftiR; 0AsiLT .lntPrPtt.4f' R. Da enrott. Tax for 1845, and State, and County Tax for the 'In ihe",'Estate of William McCoHey," gra1iJpsnWiqfnLAn '

.; 1 ? ey are now receiving and will keep constantly The interest of Dnretnus: ,par'. 84 ", '10000 acres of land on ._and about late of. HIIIJa& county Florida. deceased, are accurate: accotini ory .she delinquencn' fIIIPl

Ui .' ,-a genei al assortment of 5 Theinterearof thA heiri Tboratt Dexter. Tront'Creek' known the Sibbald Tract; 1,001 berehy: \cited! and ,admonished to b> and appear scholar'' and also of the decree of nai-.l'

'The.interest of J, uydam. acres on Dunn's C f.I.bf'lnnging to the heir of Do at'and! befpfeVhe! Honorable. she Judge of Pro ia kept; ropy of' which .enionr, IN i.etis

Dry Goods Groceries,,'Boots. The interest of Benjamin'L.Va Ce. mingo Fernandci;_ 282 DC"re.on the St. Johns bate of Naosau county, at a Court of Probate to with the,regular term bill. istran tsm iilturttf

I 41'; Shoes, Hats, &c., The i interest of'Ba'naba. Osburn. River at a place called :t. Joseph, and. owned be 1K'Idit the Court Hon*. in said county, on the, parent guardian. wio may desire 1 t. '

fli; Which they pledee tb.'meIvstQseH AT: }The i interest Shiven Parker. by the Estate of Water* Smith 282 acn-s on the first. Monday in April 1847 and shew cause, if TKHMi.FOR A 8KSS1MM Of TW&Lf K, fUl .

; ;; LU\YK51'- -.-.---' -l'US5IULt------ -I'HUtS.----- at- an -indure-THE 1 _A n l.o.__.. A.CR_ ____!__p.Dt_ _, nnrtifint. _____n __ m_ r_,_ rtnin nn__ tract n___ or_" Sr.. John River...'ralffid St. Jnt *nh. and ownt-d .nYl they- have' why ,,1 ahuuld not be diU'JIa"rd'. Hi*her Branchrfl.. ,. 4ft na'

t Tf4j ment for'CASH CUSTOMERS to. calL and :examine.Having tarcdofjand I .known,as, the, Strong ,Gram: now, by James Singleton; and aHjoHiir.g't the last abovementioned from nil further, administration of the Estate of Common Braurhes, :-f 00'

)S come to tbe'dPtKminadoR to keep'I10 owned or claimed,by Wjlliam; ,Marvin, as_ twill!pay Tract t- 11.50 acre nitnated on Sample said' William MtCulr.,. in pursuance of'an ap Lat i. and Greek Cla.sirs. extras

rr : BOOKS, and to buy their .Goods' principally tb> State and County t x'du"e thereon for the year; Swamp_ near Na.*nii River owner not knuar,,. pliration then'and ''ilnrr tu bee made by me to said Lessors in vnehgjven; at the request ft M
1846 and all legal costs and charge irt a..d..h. ut THOS. LED Court. E. rents.
fur the Cash, they will enabled to sell!! them n*. WITH. Sheriff D. C. a ALBKRTI, Adm'or.
CHEAP or CHEAPER. than they can He purchaed ihe'ndrertidement nnd sale) thereof.Said' By A. W. CRICHTON 'D. Sheriff. Woodcock Mills Ser 18, 1846. 6m Anv pupil withdrawn (from the School I,kfi-:

k44 lsewher EDWARD WRIGHT, i : {rant i'.I lII'tM about eight .miles, fromNetvnnnsville J.duoniU.Oct.9.1846. end of the session, except for'reason*' hteajfc, "

,' ; EGBERT POINSEfT rather West of North,and i* bound' Administrator's Notice. Principal' approve, wilt be required topay ferikf

Jf.. B.: Hides_and other'country .produce takenn ed on'the North'by the'River Santa Fe, and on the NOTICE. SIX MONTHS afterdate, I shall present my onexpirrd part ollhniliA. .

; exchange for Goods. South by public lands-containing. thousandacres .((. al', and ,vouchers, as administrator of No deduction,will be m.d.ln thecJisrje spg*

) H,. nill ,. March 19th. 1847. ly as appeara* from the returns made to the D1ss.1ss ,e f C. pziriaenhl.iIIECOI'ARTNERSH .. the. E.tnt" nf John) RoltorMon Ite'pC Columbia I pupil for occasional I absence. In rises tfpwtraded

Tax AsiieMor. Said intereur of William Morten 11' 'beeo1ur. exsiIni rounl,. deceased I. to be Hon. Judge car Probate sickness. requirIng the) pupij' tW.

SPRJ.NG GOODSTUST will 1 be old .on ,ihe secondMnnilaj orA ril'nexl. J. under the firm of W %I. SWAIM & SON, for said county for n final settlement of said Estate drawn frm the ScUd.l proper deduction ..||

t t1l in front of the' CourtHouse door in the Town of was dissolved on'the 2Ist .f July IaM, by the and shall at the name time apply for letters of made.Pajrona.

: if RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK a : Newnantfville. between the hours'of ten and two decease of the said W m. Swairri,'and the businessis dismission, a* such adminutrator, f.biC"h.U e is solicited from none. who) hevsi
p : tcI .new and fashionable- Assortment- of o'clock. ,THOMAS C. ,ELLIS now, and will'be in future conducted by the taterested in raid Estate ore desired in take an unqualified confidence in the ability and iisir

Spring.. -:' ,and' Summer' Goods' Jan 8, 1847.. Sheriff and Tax Collector. Subscriber, who has had the 'Aid.aJe' of the notice. JAS. R. ROBERTSON, lit, of the Principal

: "ConsistH.gbfBraze manufacturing alike Panacea and Vermifuge For '.. 16. 1846. Administrator. Tfie triKHtl i i. now In a nirihinjr roadhi.

Robes, Printed Muslins, Columbia County She rifles ale.: the last fourteen jears. The building b a I", p. romoVotliona and i istruct r,

A Ginghams, Pant Stuffs, BY .virtue of the power vestedin'- : me by: Jaw, The Panacea will be put up as usual in round Administrator's Notice, ore, recently' riveted Mr'Florida,L .leti K;

' Russia : I have levied. upon and will offer for sale bottles, fluted longitudinally with the following : SIX ,MONTHS after date. I shall makn arrl I I. orr. O. O. F.

Vestings, :P lap er, before the Court House in th town of% Alligator I I Inters blown,on the glasri-' Swaim's Panacea, tion Io the Honorable' Judge of Probate for The 1 location is one of well knnwn salubrity,

ri Crash"; for towels. Calicoes, &c. &c.Pt on first'Monday of May n".I. between Philada.," and the only change made i I. the name the County of Nassau, fur a final settlement and U rasy of.ce".. Doard may, be obtajned a|m>.

ALSO general' asortrntofLiidics' and Chil- the usual hours of sale.on that day the following of J AS. .SWAIM stamped the seating wax! allowance of my accounts and vouchers us Admin liable rates in portattle families in she j'lsc".

dR' ,'SHOESIrt.nt; fine CALF BOOTS d a described property, viz: aid written pn the label coveringsbe.cork. and anew istrator on the ""Ialf".r William C. O'N.ill. late Jacksonviltn. K.F.. M.rch27ih, 1J46. 'I 1 ly

new'arficfeof Gems GAITER BOOTS j ALSO Section 35,.Township 1, Range 11, containing label for the side of the.boite( comjio.ed of of said county.deceanfd, and for a final discharge -J---- United States UlaiJ. -,

c an elegant.asfortment PALM LEAF HATS. 80 acref1"-Levied upon'as the property, of Dempty geometric lathe work.'ctmrriainl' different from my Administration. on sail l eitate. Florida and Savannah
t: \Vood to satisfy the-taxes clue:thereon 'fur the dies 'which have pocket, via PJcr4sta. BJai'CI't"t"k.
Call and lei.fRIGHT; & POINsErI.I. turned for the exclusive use- WILLIAM >VINGAT .AdmV. Mandarin-Jark.nnilli'

. 1!; 'Jacksonville' March 19. 3t' yt'ar1846. of the proptif'lot.by Draper & Co.. bank note engravers Now 13. 1846. 6m 5,. Mr\., Brun,wick Sr.John's Btf
A vn.,.. of Phil diet saiL. Dariefu CarnsU. .-.'
i ';' *deJpl.ia..ou oV dinVtent
: 44evy County her tr'B Sal Section,35, Township 1, Range 41-entered LvJamp :r patterns form the body of the work and in thecentre In Circuit Court. .S. Mar to the ahove! places' ,

, *,w WILL be.sold,on the first Monday in January .'Living ton/suppo.ed to.beOempsy Woods'I'' i if a portrait fhe, late, ,Wm. Swaim_ separated EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA.. MATTHEWS. Tb regular packet "P.IMtS

.L r; (1847,)between the hours ..19'c2. to' iaiisfylhe taxes due thereon fur the tear 1846, from the borders by.'two circles-of lathe COUWTI or; DUVAL: NQYCXBCR T&RM. 1846.- &t P. MeIWtyt
fi'cJock: on th.,day.'lhe' South We t Quarter of the ALSO i I work. The,words "$.' Un'. Panacea,'* orf en To It DAT. December 1, 1846. la.'I1. ter. been thoroughly swirwriferka '
I SoathVHt Quarter of Section 7. Townchip 16, Section 3. .Township,. Range 11; abont 40(<" gravedcrnspicuouslyontwutuined strips, and a PtfxtiKT The Hon. THOMAS DOUGLAS, 1ffnP"" and e.bina refnulr, and asjs*

Range 19,, and ,lhe forth, We t Quarter of the acre*-Levied upon as the property of I. D.'Halt 'large.emi-circulardie forms the uj'ppr.m.rin.- Judge &c. i modi. furniahed and painted, and her marbiasfj

North .We t.Quarter Section Township, 16. or I. D. Nort. to satisfy the taxea. due thereon for Tibe' borders areComposed vflf.lain.he, David Tanner, fort improved. As.for mcconunoiiui and eaar"irte. .
J. she
? Eange: J?.South and Ea,t,containing 80 acres, oraVmiich the. year 1846. -- strips, outside of.which iI."I'raYedio"lDaUleurn, Bill for CHUC&TEElizsbethTannt'r. Thi an..i be .. h'' .It, :'_. '
Divorre.F fmat
: ) Vs will satisfy'the taxes due on the same' T. 3. FITZPATRICK, the entry of the copy.wright. ) airiv.t SAVYIMMQ em*
for the Sherififand collector oSkie.Alligator. appearing to the Nti""nicJQ Thursday lI1..rltin,. hHore the. departure'.fli,
with tax of
pre.entyiar, (1846;) all I costs and ex JAMES SWAIM. the Oort,

iPiies' accruing lnr advertisinj* the same. f'X.I I Oct.23./1846. Philadelphia; A ,., .'1846..: that Defendant ElizabethTamier,re.ide. daJj line,evening.brior of .Heamers. for CtMtrletfun.every Lthkws:

above named lands out of the State of Florida .
: are situated in Levy county on af1fltM-ynMd the juris Also
$ ,the Witblaeooche, a hort distance above the well POB'SALE.THE SWAIM'S CELEBRATED PANACEA, diction of thi Com: OJ Morton .f R. Drman pa.'eners .t..hin: I" tdr pss.ae M'
SUBSCRIBER'offerirfj'r ale, all that herqueun.$ whirh .
known place called Fort Clinch and owned and' Foams Scrofula General Esquire Solicitor for the Complainant in the above lrae S* sasmi.wsy
tracfot Lmndwitbshtbuildingsthi'.eon, \ 07 Debility, Tbmaday and Saturday for Nesr '
entitled! y rk. after 1st
!:h claimed James and bounded ene IT is
: by Lyuch. by U. S. ituated nt Oamen Point. on the river St. Johns, .White. Swelling.. Rheumatism. U.wako' of tin* 'ORDCRED. That .rriralPafsenders' nftii. SI. Mau'..". r.., vt..u
unleM there riearinrbe had '
I lands have he lands a the facts
b >n recently '"I' :about 12 mile from Jcck. nvilJe. Tim building I Liver ana OKHI, Hiiti. auuiseae* arising tram1injorities'of on with their : iiibr
J.:144: cbi.NI.cJjolnill ; The above lands will be sold charred in the said Hill of Complaint of .id baggage pass
: at dweUin hou e-of the Blood/or theefffcts of:Mer board of
comprise H good. one story, lath either line, i if nqnirrd.
the Coart House of Levy CnUllt,. [F.. Daniel]) Complainant at the next Tf'rm Dr this court: And
ed and The
tered.- with several Jiousei cury. al
pla together out >ove boat will 'leave follow
if the *
caid t
Defendant *
'v. D. ANDREWS Shenffand SWAIM'S PANACEA fails to -'pear.. n deer,f'
has been for
: and th tract of land contains fifty one aeI'P'.- more than Leave Pilatka H!
Tuesday A. o'ckci
'i4' Tax Collector: Levy : ; celc'lirated'ih' may then pas in the sama manner a* though aid every ;at 8
county. The ituation twenty-five years this ,
: U and hf'8hft.nd;: to anyone country and in Picolata 'a .*
D.eocf"nl.huuld II"
rrF4 Octnber23 134G. .Europe for'its appear and he. present in Court.
desiioua putchastng a good farm be'place entraordlnary cure -forihe certificates Black Crpf'Ic" P .
I B3The above sale' is postponed to 'the litu1' ,,'iII(| l fie sold) at a bargain. of which reference: made to he direction AND IT 18 FURTHKR ORDRRKD, That a certified Jack, nville I. 31. 3 .-
. Monday in February next Jan 15,1847 and books which copy of, this,Order be publi.h>d in tome Jio nf.l.i, 12
; HENRIETTA 'BARNARD._ ( may be hid "..ti.laccumlany.ing paper For.freight
cr:: The above ale: is postponed to the first I I JacksnnvilI.Mereh 26ih." 1847. tf .' the Pa acea. pruned within the Eastern Circuit of the or passage/apply tu C'apt.llcKVftt
4 Monday.inMarckneit. -, .Pbl2rt -' '. -" .. II has been used in hospital and privaiepraclici., State of Florida. f'r the space of three months b''. on or toWOOD

!$..t : 03" The above .ate. .i. 'postponed to the first Public Sale,of Tow Lou 1st Tampa and bue'had thu singular fortune of fore the first day of the next Tfrm of this Courv. Jfc CLAGIIORN.

I Monday in July !, 1tt. ,BY 'on Order of ih*'Board of 'County' rnmis. 1.y' the most celebrated physicians being recommended and- I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of alli,1 Court di he>et>y Aeent*.'&.....

rr March; 6lh, 1847. sinners of Uiillorought.nty.. n portion of tuber f'minPltt'Itf'fllun. Amuag other I certify the above! to baa true ropy of th>0rder' FERNANDEZ &. BISBKE.Agents : .
tho.Lot in Tampa will be offered ( by entered of record Jar>..itV? .
I .NOTICE, ,at .J'uhlir.SalB W. Gibson, M, D.. Professor of Pa. in said entitled cause at said
on the first day of the, Term Surgery 'Termoftfaiii; Court. A. COy .
ii PERSONS having claims'against the es Spring of!tb** Circ'un.Conrt '..University..Valentine.- .

9-t ALL ,of Samuel Henson', late of Columbia for HilUboroush.County, being.i the second ,Moti* M. D., Professor of Surgery, WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto :Tbe..rf'am.r Agent. Black. trerk.,
County deceased, will present them to the Sub-, Monday April next. 'N.Y. Universitv.W. set my ham) and affix the .pa:fir said in SIfALDING./iM
I Attest. SIMON FURMAN, }..Dewe I t.L.jSCourt' ] at tlteCouit'HiNine the connection with. this (... tn. Enterprise_
ecriberwithin theme prescribed by law, [two l\I.' D.,.Professor of Midwifery; to City of Lake Monroe. hundred .
President of the Beard of DIM fbove
County Com idnner. Jacksonville this I".nl'.fi.B
q varV] or taev will be forever barred; and alltbxue Pa. University. twenty ninth day of Pnlatka '. .
Tampa,'Jan. 29; 1847..' 8t December, A. D.. 1646.'OSCAR up the Si. Joltn. ri-er. .
& : ,indebted to ,said e.tate, are requested. to 03"Southern Journal Chapman, M. D., Professor of Physic, Pa. .s..rr. 12. 1846. '11'Plerlela

, 4 .u. aymentW W. H. ROUSSEAU,, copy.Executor's University.. f HART Clerk.
b J" -. ; :Administrator.Fin. -I T.farke M. D. J..arJ 151ft,'18f7.; 3m '
t!' Notice Presideat Collie Physicians. and Savaaaaft 8fe**
'tt1e'lli.er. .. Mrihik, .. -1847.'- 9mNOTICE. ---., MONTHS alter date, 'IsUUpretent :.Philadelphia, Packet ; '
iT : .and .vouchers' Executor' of the my es **tr. Del Valb'.l'rofes.orMedicine, Havana. : ULbtIm 'QVOtit'L JThE-----1-i, regular Steam Packet WM, (

1 MONTHS alter-date, I shall tare of" Mary Fernandez, late -,of Natsau'county, Jose Lourencv da Lux Professor Surgery. Watchmaker.' 'and, Jeweller GASTON,.Capu F. Peek, wfflllS

SIX and vouchers, Executor present of myCCOtlflt deceased, to.tho, Hon. Judge Probate for said LbJun. N6. 5'M AIMSTRUT.Renpectfullv _- ___ _-_rive'at Picolahr every Friday.as -
as John
Brown late of Nassau deteuH..to the county for a final settlement said'estate, and J. Chipman; Membct.Royal College. Surgeons informathe citizens ing at 9 A. \.'on each) week,and will! Jeavfsf If
--'-; county shall,at the game time. apply fur Letters of Dismis London. oFJacksonville P. M. for( Savannah via Mandaria. Jarksetriku
Honorable the Judge of Probate of said and I its
county lion *i,uch'Exf.Oeutor.' whicliall Interested G. \v. Irving, late Minuter to Spain. he ha vicinity.thni St. Marys, and all other I immediate lanqMif i .
for m final .settlement of said estate, and shall at person removed to ,be house i in.mediately > ,
Sir '
the tame time apply for Le'ters oC Dismission in said" 'estate, a.desired to take notice. Thomas Pearson, Major General British adjoining the arrive in Savannah early on Sunday .r"c'.
as one
I ;JOHN L.. VILLA LONGA, ;,Army. re.cenlly Passenger for Charleton 'can 'leave at I .
such Executae, ofwhichalLpersoos interest in o' I occupied, the
II 4? uLI estate. are desired to take notice. January 15, 1847., Executor* Gilbert Robertson British Consul'&r; &c. office of the"F "!< ..Statesman" printing in' the evening in the daily line of S."..
'd'alau. .nd is
'the wonderful cures effected now prepa.eaiioexecute The GI.lna'"In.* in connection witbWasl MtUA'

: .,;March ISth JOHN,1847. ,A. CAVEDQ_ Executor.6m ; HOLMES &: CO., ;.SwainVa Panacea have for many years made it aii by : n rted with,the above, with line.promptitudeall- .: orders.con- nnrn & Wilder'* Brig Line of.Paekrtf (V

i invMluablo i : remedy. The Panacea does' New York, oC which 't.
.. Moamorning.
; HOLMES & CO. have not conitain Mr..Grothe we f' every
; 11NOTICE.. MESSRS stock, of Merchaadite,:. Amoved. nercury in any forn" and MinK an innocent mtned' would' also say that he has dp,,,. ; .
to fine
to his
.- .. T tat next term of the Circuit Court, to be building'formerly occupied by'lhe"UnhPd: the Slates.I large I preparation' may. be given to the most tender in.ant. ly la work.con in, these attention,in future, eiclun- Tb- Ga: ,ton.doeii not.return.to .BlackJ&tekoaher \: r
f .It ZL held in Maribncvuniy,:Florida on the faurth' known as Government -j( thinkS' renderr fci* way to Savannah.; .'
z t ) ondeytq.Aprilt.IwUipp17 I t1.thioo to added to their stock' by,the'Building.Jate They have (; Negroes wbo| azeconfinad in.large numbers ort thifriitrnnage_ to .mftni friends! who have.eiven him NAMES; OP PACKETS. -
arriralt; ; and
. aid Court for ah,aUoiroent f'doweeiI the frwn I plantations"hot climates, trusts that his exertibna here The vessels hereafter?
real 1 .
New York a full: .ortrnenfef' are peculiarly' liable to after will be'soeh comrutaing, this Us*. Ul
ii.&t.e.and for:dower or 'the portion tb which'Iam Dry Onodd, Gro- 'I such (urria.of di'ef( ase,. arising fn; as to merit it. I be despatched WJ f
eerie ,- Hardware ProvUionf, & *. m a viuatpd'late From'long practise'.in' reghUrl, every.lfnn U* aa !" '
:; eaUUedi'ai' widew''in the personal estate of they are prepared to sell at reduced .. which. i.of" the blood and .want of cleanlinesa and. variety blms.Ifcomp'tent; his. buaess! ,. hit Yee I. 1Jrf CLI "ON.T.'Lvon.jna",er.Vu)elfc, ?

.Matthew Bindley,' deceased 'of said'count f.'FRANCES They are now prepared purchase pri 'c of,f food. ,These diseases so frequently set regular charge will be tr: give I :satisfaction- and his Brig. AUGOSTA; A'-'M.' ShVrwobd... mi !,:

/ .-. < HINDLEYi' Hides,'ami.iither of Cottons J practice .at defiance, and .render their miserable InfMA nfth moderate- and- reasonable. at .r nn.23. '.',
prndace the : NnrtYi. -
: March 12th. 1847. ;4t -, .h1 h..atMarket; ralH1. and .,.,..L_.... _country/at..kL.. .. ..__the_ !.rictima, both n:-'-\.-.-*mrtA...S- -H.IUA'.I!"..n..t U"I"''.'__!'..!'.. N.:& Cluck and New;bark VERNON.W.Erj.msterJiW'BrjSAVANNAHA. f -.1,
--- Watches
.vn that, planters would stbdy'&hi'srwellas repaired in the best ; H.wl.
.-' NOTICE. consignments I to> their -friends'ia 'S ,ainai 'and' own_ i interests.at manner, and at|he shorten* ,. matrrJijlu

',-% A LL demands Charleston or New York. that humanity, by keeping. I _,. ., Jacksonville. Dec. notice Brig EXACT,J.Johnson., mastrr; Jury ...
i .persons'having against the Ej't1 26.
: ', Peter'Daliiel They hsve's' 0"1 artioieof aupply.of Swaioi'a Panacea,.which appear.to be '-1845.Implements.. -. Brig EXCEL.C.B. Smith. masjer.JuirSL ,
at. late of Wrotijht Iron
the'/only "thingwhich: can be relied These ..*ejt are commended iwiP **
deceased will rreent.am Ploofhc',"to which''they .on in. ,web .A.l'rlc'.Rlta by men *
Coonty, ,, within WovJdreapecUufly call ; ,
the . e' t epeiienr.'abo will use 'exrrtioa iqrraaVr
attention of PJ etery
i mootbj the ".fI. ; '
.i1c' : subscriber, or they 'will be bard ., ibi.t". il prlcehai been ; DENSLQW & roforlable ,
I f1 ;.. Jacksonville. Nov.-6.' y tf' re4uC49P! .Dol WEBSTER. .P.n.lr ".f! a potsible. ;?" -

.,:*." Yer.HQ1IAS ::B.:: ltZP.\TntCK. I -- I lar>and Fifiy ;*"t. per bottle,- (containing, ,ibtee.. 'SA V4NNAII, OA, They will Mil punctually. as above sodji_ tfU

"' .: DR. AMBLER half pints})or three bottles for Four Dollar DtAtwn I U the 'ful/nwjng' ( es be towed to sea by a Sten'mfioaj. I 11
,, Administrator Ex. .,l1 cici. r .would' hpicles. which;wHI,be
:AUfgiFeh.'t9th.1C7. -, *" '0m EN. }JS 1 V #,e notice'tb'at i he' 'hat, i ALSOVSWAIM'5 VERMIFUGE. .ul.J! .on.at reasonaMe terms,,a(."J. (be,; .,,h. GIoRGEnoLMESAAent.. It'
I. V ,, 1' H, -i*;g '*, located ;A valuable Family,Medkjoe Ushment in the Soythero '" ; Jacksonvititf
( himself. in Jack'sonvtU ,being a"iablr.r.rrneclmu country. *, ",. .
:; t.'d'J K TJCE., ; : inihe, practice of Demistry.Iand having torah disease*arisingfrom: Debil A COM PtETE. assortment of Agricultural 1 Inv Berths .n'b8 .erorerf.at; St. Au>ustnw,'" *f 4
: ";F.i. ,personstbavinr'demands against the aim : ity oldie I. ), plicajkm B. E.,'CARR & *. I
QkusInsfIffc.t,1! fn, :,lltA, jjM t,lAll fKlft".lO Difmiie Organs, ur4i as Worms.Ch JeMm'tarau.Jeon.i'dn&.of28 different srxea and CO.. AZPJ

-, ( .t1t; ateof. jihn C.:CIyd!, (ate ,of"Columbia JI\ Ai h-.hi.Jv pe'ft- !;q !* .-..PI4"vvf' VwVflali'lIf* era Morba. Dysentery Fever and Ague Bleeding 'patterns Ploughs..'{o's' (various- .kr.. Aw*. .I.1S"IB4S..; ,

pxintydeceased, will preteat .bit tame.within ajlf! visiting.tome other placet Ia{th! vicinlty! ,.!!! PileaSick Headacfee, &c..& '. See;th.,pamph. I T..ce.nd Or Chains. Shovel and Spadi, H. : 1.N&'t- f

tic months to tbeqbseIbr,or.ttey,"I'| kbe bar thifi way ee rifif j'she"wmnittnltyOihe gmera): let
V .; advantaget, f.pennilJ.n''la'1' \ V irmU'.p'; 'a.ap Hoak. fran,Cradles' Corn I '
'J.l'J SheIk'
reci1diAS 7'Atee >fc : .Coin
.flitarpic. ,,,.::4113' tnM.;,._d n'll.: !nentiitni._ :pr,4( 'and .Prepared;; tat ',Swaim's .l'Labortory.S.veutb.' ..I Cab'criiah.rS, 'Portable Drench Bur. j4'MIUs Comprising' a :genial 'Introductory .zIIw sIJ: .11'
Administrator Ex officio.AHi. warrsrtr4 \ .ff # #. : Street, below Chetnut PbJl.: : ;. H4 Ci, MIItiSrraa 'H.h.t LTnver{ al Hutury,,ancient and modern, ;; : '\
:: 'ptTor. Feb 19th.. ) 1347. : _' 6th t h' f by Jelphla.aad'rOt.1IIe !P.h..t Chums5 FO U ,(H,. ,a series o( .separate"' Histories' oTevry* .
.:. _,, Ml rieiDtirir o.ni an eiiiire i sit.NOv7. all'reipwuble DrugjisU In the United States. Cotton GJas, Saw Gill, 5 Pal- ., ,
; r principal' Nation that exists, lhe t : :
4. flZ 1.J "'J r. ;J1 t Ie./ AGENTSi. f _. ,
.** ": '. 'ull rW. prof ire #4 present: condition, '&c .
i'I assrmest
ALL havini c4aTmi + {
the/Estate, itl fltl Th iiE.8r "trtr iJ ,.-: t : NowYork.-H B-SchieRni k. i and: oI..Whlt8' Lesd CabtrrdPIats BV, SAM,CEi; MAUflDESU,. ''1
a'is-\.yUli. I hiti of Beniori L d : 'alst.jr's} articles J .
;En \
ed0ty ; ,, Spe.Wbsetsi.4
f ; ; :ad Author ssh. "
I 4b .. '.f..ht'J.'hf ii' tflhe'ubicribej 800TtU")5tti; Janosryitsst, : ;cirou.Sp\rltl TueMIrie Treasury .. LkyrrpI Varn1shjsfta .
: Enr. s.o..Co, ;. .' '* '
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