The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: July 23, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval 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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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i'f' '.- .. the first two numbers 'of a. sprightly weekly to this' moment. //His eyes:had been blinded. y,. of' :the Convention. Delegates were. present, andJKeady.,atill declines ''- -
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t 'tat w 'newspaper, party spirit, ';tenacity ,1 from seventeen different States. ,_ among.whom prejudices,and insists : '
-. i :A';meeting. the Democratic'party r.kf.e above title.. It'comes out under Democratic, WWggery clings to wrong,"hesays: *it. should '$on.T. B.*BaNa 'of_Georgia' and I'CandidateEither upoa; mod''. "
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precinct tJie"Cou' '
Ion and is edited and published!1tY,JTCURRIER, be'Pubushed.it \ t'no tree 1.9 .c
4 ,Florida. The ns5tht.
one_ ;or both are .
i House, on SATURDAY EVENING 31st iDS 'fu the + are informed that a .fdoleSatofrom forge tar..
4- :Esq.; Prospectus ire. Again7 HILUARO ot AlaVama/has' 'been'againnominated in she organizalabn' ftheTbodyiJ'parthe6th ; opinions
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general : c is respectfully has lished in ( of want e'UQ.
it been-estab (consequence a, : for; notwithstanding
Congress "' istie
''a Committee Mpfvlwo delegates from each case the .
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..< 'solicited,.as business of,,importance will felt eta Democratic ;hi Western ; 'Pknadelphk 'NOrua' -"
beiitg paper onl ff
d :' : he was the 1'Whig'w'ho.Yot; ,,the. Tariff State ,.reF s.entedj'Wa31 appointed draft and and other jburnala-of its' '

ti f ; be. brought before the meeting.' \ Florida, and under the fear that. the'deficiency : of 1846. He:bias been'spokenof-as-Speaker,: orthe report resolutions expressive the general:. nounced the Mexicanhave s .

fctw Jacksonville 23d duI}, 1847.JS .to the, interests the > .
1, mesh prove injurious nest house, and yet'is perpetually) declaring* views of the'ass&nbly. 'Numerouslettersjfereread hoiAted.Gen.-TATtotf8 _

t ,' CAPT. CLARKE'S CoMP: ANy.'We are informed: party and the welfare ef the State. The "Flor that- .* it will be'fatal-- to Soiitherrf*" ,.Whigs 'i to'aivoi"cate from,the.,most. distinguished'' statesmen ;of 'genuineWhi, g.: : steam .!
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i ,. 11.; that Capt CLARKE,has succeeded in filling up ida Democra,"which was once a sturdy supporter pipteciidn.! "ti'llfurthe'r, ,Glov.Gaan:; -' the day, 'some.of which were.'favorable'to the jojing.sensatioasit of the meet! "' ",,

= f of recruits, and that he is only awaiting the few numbers' which reach us at intervals of eight recently made, by him,,declares that he will vote.,.. -.and. others expressed,direct hostility Candidate< of a tTailoroiuclfjgs.HKAD F tilr

: arrival of vessel to his'inen to Pensa- or ten; weeks, to have betaken itself solely to : against a National'Bank that he will '-notdis- ." *
t a convey ; as for instance that. of Gen.CASS..; Hon.ANDREVT'STEWART QXTARTERS bXy]t. :

-co la, whence he will sail for Mexico. Major the publication of the Navy Agent'smenis'and advertise urb the i Democratic- > Tariff- -. of 1846- and,will \ of Pennsylvania, made a Camp near Monterey,May safStf '

,, .,,1 ,>t. *. 't JOHNSON,the commanding officer of the two re- ., to'ha.ve abandoned the. ;field of politics have no scruple in> throwing.overboard that of speech in ,favor of Interna1.ImproTem and Dear Sir-It-is with much pltasort.tL, .

,. ,y f. ..e g kr companies from Florida is at present at I altogether. We welcome, therefore, the '1842. : New knowledge the receipt of'OU1'm '
:: was answered by DAVID D. FIELD,of York, letter of the lit '' .
4r''= : ; b a appearance of this new journal confident from ?fit, dt whiclr 1
4 1. fit. Augustine,' the 'rendezvous the company : Such is the present distracted ;state. of.the in favor of a Strict Construction,' and of .such reply in terms more xprtainofiz1&'

a 'r, ''of ci P t. CLARKE.. We trust this company will ; the spirit manifested in the numbers.before us, Whig party.. Defeated :;in all its measures,- 'Improvements as are consistent therewith, you for your kind consideTaUea Jo?

.soonbe its Mexico there to dis- : that it will in time make an impression even yet more so of my high
on way to gain exposed in all its tricks,-its leaders have the "Declaration Sentiments'7 then ; appreciation of
was reported
.} .Ctinctio&fQrjytself; and honor for the State. upon the Gibraltar of Whiggery and open the discover right and. patriotic seatitnenta 'wut .
1 i 1 D .::. j mortification to' that their adherentsare by the Committee and advocated by JOHN i. principalteacrof
+ + r your
1 of its inhabitants to the faith of "equal 'uthi
i ;+ ,.' i' CAR-LIVJKGSTON'S CcHPANy.-TheFloridian eyes this daily leaving.the for_.the party of the peaple. SPENCER, of'New York. These were adopted ed with official-duties,aDcI,6ii '--.
the influence of
: political rights May Disheartened andin confusion who is to m any letters, item distant o '
that this of after carried amendment to the 14th .
; 'ays company arrived inTallahassee like having an
its namesake be sound and .
journal, lasting. quire attention and will ,
rally their torn\and mangled columns for the :
on the 9th inst. and then numbered resolution which appeared to some to declare -, .
Success to "The Live Oak" of Western Florida to reply to you in a few liner _
'1 'f* Y i fifty.men, the remainder of the company being : next struggle. CLAY.their former High Priest, against the doctrine of Protection. Son T. B. The Presidential office.F'Sentllio'\ .

r : ,t'' then on its'way. On the 15th inst, the(mustering DEATH rM R. CAMAK.-The Southern Agriculturist ;i is only available under the doctrine of protection .. KING, of.Georgia, then favored the Convention meats tome to seek its fcosorsers.

- to this week in mourning and this will expose him to certain. defeat. ties;; the tranquility of private Kft'.m
officer,-Lieut. WHITING, arrived there comes us with a long speech in support of River and "
is the
trary great of -
for its late talented Editor Mr.JAMES W. CAMAK TAYLOR whom.they'fondly hoped would, by his Internal object rajtt n 1-
; from Pensacola-and only awaits the thorough I, Harbor Improvements, and Improvement conclusion of the war=bat I_uatot J .

formation of the company to muster it into the of Athens, Geo. Our readers will many of them name, fill.their wasted ranks, and repair their generally.On ble to the persuasions,thai my arnica aft

S ;.t 1 ,, service. .It must'number seventy-nine rankAnd remember that Mr. CAMAK visited East Florida losses,will have nothing to do with them. To the 7th inst]; after,the hearing of a multitude due to the country, as' the coantryihn'iI

r"lt 4:{ file and may be increased to one hundred. during the last winter, with the avowed purpose whomcan they now look for succor. of speeches, the Chair appointed a Committee Isfledl tox mmand'ir.in higher them and if still more. as soldier tij li.

i When mustered, the company will proceed from of informing himself with regard to the resources Triumph, therefore,ye myriads who have forages : of two from each State to collect nnd I desire not to oppose the manifest 1'espoJm tom tIk .

,far e St. Marks direct to Point Isabel,thence to bluer, and agricultural condition of this sec- past suffered under the exactions of prior .evidence of the importance and urgent people-but I will sot be the'aadidsti et

1: 'j on the Rio seek to place me zn the chair -
4't ; drilled previously to going into active in his periodical. His death will therefore, be will shine upon and revive your depressed ever as also to lay before the President and each the good of all parties and of.the cl NatujgiJ acy

i i '' t 4- service. They will move with Gen. TAYLOR, in regretted not only by the many whom his intelligence : gies. The rugged hand of the ploughman, is. House of Congress the proceedings and resolves would be my great and absorbing aim,
t to tp, !;' II his attack on San Luis Potosi h previous to his and suavity made his friends, but by darkened by the toil and labor of the field, but of the Convention. Efforts to get before the Sentiments such as these hate seta tit j.

: rb march far the city this .
expressing thesaee
ti T matters of the farm, and of farm management.We who have advocated his rights. That toil will -the free navigation of the St. Lawrence, I by the spontaneous and uxa ..
It' FROM TAMPA.-Lieut. of the _laattb
; t r FISHER trust, however, that the enterprising hereafter be sweetened by' the consciousnessthat &c., were voted down. At 11 o'clock A. M, a people a1one and from no < <
6 7 m
t ,a f Florida volunteers at .' waif
Tampa, arrived at Tallahassee lishers the "Cultivator" will make every ef- no impediment is laid before his energy, motion to adjourn was made and carried.I I can I be withdrawn from the"cherisWbw i j

on the 15th inst The Floridian informs fort to render their valuable magazine as useful and that its fruits will no longer be wasted upon After the of Convention private retirement and tranquility lie no
adjournment I shall
s ,1 cr us that he a return.Pl
q reports every thing quiet there and
,' .Z' likely to continue so. Indians almost daily visit and interesting as formerly. those who have used him as a beast of bur great Fourier meeting was held, and the propriety accept nth this 1mybriet.t7r,, &

ae, the and den. of living according to the best mathematical warm appreciation and high considenfiat;
post, appear entirely peaceable and '
AMERICAN PRISONERS.-By the Wednesday's Yours most sincerely, .

4' s no apprehensions are entertained of any difficulty mail we have at length definite accounts concerning THE EFFECT OF THE LETTERS.The principles,-by right lines-and in Z. TAYLOR, Maj. Gen.lii: ,

r,f .., '. at present. the American prisoners in Mexico. On richest joke of the Season, seems to be pa.rallclograms-was duly enforced by the most ,
eminent.. bran-eaters of the day. The Pacific
the 14th rust, a letter was received in New Orleans the effect go i instantaneously produced upon the GEX.SCOTT Ms.Tax'T aND THE t3jRtft-|!
DEMOCRATIC MEETING.We call the attentionof Railroad was again introduced, and againknocked
from Major GAINES; dated "City of Mexico Whig ranks by the publication Gen TAYLOR'S Washington letter.writer or tie. .
t; r.< the.Democrats of this in the head and amid
precinct to the finally flourish
r,4.t .; necessity June"26th," in which he states that the'Mex. letters. Their authenticity, is now beyond phia Ledger says of th of a full attendance at the meeting to be of trumpets, the meeting adjourned sine die.
;: t held the ican government still hold him and his companions doubt. The Cincinnati Gazette (Whig) statesthat peace with Mexico, that'r
on of the J
\ evening 31st. Business of
in bondage. It aPPeathat the rank and an officer of the 1st Ohio Regiment, high i in The following are the Resolutions in relation The quarrel or rather the IittSeiiisomhF_
importance is to be transacted, and everyone file to the Committee to memorialize Congress with I II stand, between Gen.Scott and}.;Tra )a
were released and
t: 1 I sent to Tampico.Major command, twice conversed with'Gcn. TAYLOK. .
ahsoild be the I believe been and l
on ground. If nominations are ; settled mal:, .JI.
'- to be made, let one and all feel an interest in GAINES writes that he has the most po about the article in.the Signal and the letter in I the members of said Committee: .idered at an.end, as new despiUlieSj ieclJij

,,.w 1 ,, +' them and have' voice in the sitive information of Gen.SCOTT'S readiness to reply, being told'by the General the first time i RESOLUTIONS. their respective powers, and fresh instnetai
l y a making. Let
us move upon the capital in three or four days,and that he intended.to reply to it) and_the second Resolved That for the purpose of making i have probably by this time pe ttajtlalt
,. R this n election. "all pull together. known to Congress the principles and views 01 their respective guidance. The'&n*'alb
J that he will have an easy conquest. We look time that he had done so. The Cincinnati Enquirer this Convention and the important parts con fundiwhich has been placed entirety d.t&

i JO, GADSDEN COUJJJTY. -The'Sentinel says that therefore, anxiously for the next intelligencefrom also'says: nected with the subject of its deliberations, a position of the State Department,irut winKl

t: i y a toast given at the 4th July celebration at Vera Cruz., "We have the original letter before us, in the I Committee of Two from each State and Terntorybe be exclusively .appropriated by Miln sob
1 appointed the President to transmit the ject to the order of >lr. Buchaaan"u tiaj:
}' yo'.s Qtiincy, it learns that Messrs. A. J. FOKMAN P. handwriting, as we are assured, of Major Bliss,'
DEATH OF AN EDITOR. The-Columbia South with the bold signature of the old General proceedings of this Convention to the President is no,episode, but part of the dlploraafitpai
t A. STOCKTON M. M. JOHNSTON and Dr. BRADWELL Carolinian the tached which at of the United States and both Houses of Con. conferred.upon., .'hitl the lattefs ,
announces death of Col.. A. H1- .we have compared with the one
1 : 'i : Are candidates on the Whig Assembly ; appendedto the J letter furnished Mr. Atwood gress, and, to communicate to them such information ; may be considered as being'eatrnstedrttib
t. Pemberton, the former editor and proprietor of the Committee be able'to collect I the fighting Gen. Scott witb tie
part.of as
ticket for Gadsden the -and may ,
county. Is this another .pointer, if one is genuine both
; that to guide. and .And important i ofthe of iS
1 paper. intelligent just legislation. part negotiations peaa
S, DINNER NOMINATION soBut beyond this we have the statement of .
,, friend Sentinel? Has
that such Committee be Mexico.
to collect
\ CoL Pemberton had been for a long time requested accurate
u 1 connected a distinguished o.fticejdirect from
your success through the .Grand Cabell-Whig- Monterey' f information of the nature and extent of' ul think that the government :_t
with the both in this State that he, was present when the latter was written
press, and
'V Nominating Dinner at Palatka last stamp .and the trade and commerce on our Lakes and navi.gable all this with, great tact, great'fores, fit
year was requested'by
'' Georgia, and was a writer of force and, Gen.Tuylor"himselt'to .when all the
ability Rivers and the amount of the losses of circumstances shall bemaaebm
lated say to the ,
.' Whiggery to a thorough adoption of the editor of the Signal, lest he should '
He was a warm Democrat. consider .lives, property, and vessels by storms, for the in a manner perfectly consistent wit] 'tiftB<
s a.pxiyate.letter that it mss intendedforpuljjfatioiL' "
.,, politico-gastronomical theory This is obviating \ wantof adequate harbor, or in consequence of ; rigid love.of national honor. "The tine '

1 i ir the necessity of a Convention with a ven THE OBJECTS OF THE WHIG PARTY. obstructions in the navigable Rivers of the.United lions constitute no bribe no improper Jai

t I geance! Hurrah for Madeira, Whig candidates "The times change, and we change with The authenticity'being settled, what is the States. And that such Committee be authorized ,ment for Mexico to makepeace;they vplBt! !

: and Florida beef! effect.? Read'the following from the. N. York to appoint _subcommittees- as may ly constitute a part of the purchase,aoaj if
them-The of Protection is dead, and Mirror the first F be deemed necessary to carry out. the objects of the provinces to be ceded blM xiC a off. .
:. the Whigs do, not all seem disposed to shed supporter the General: this Resolution. to enable her to make the necessaij.offlc
SOUTHERN QUARTERLY V1Ew.-We havereceived tears their deceased The Troy ,Post 'published a letter purpor arrangement previous to their entire etkfflto
over friend. It was the That the off this Convention
Rewvedi proceedings
1::t the July'number of this excellent ting to have been written by'General Taylor They will inea da
periodical consitut47>tar part, .
last tie that could hold them alter being duly authenticated by the
Id :' ,, ,, : and can readily discern its improvement together,,and we which iSj in-:all'respeccs, so utterly dissimilar to officers;thereof be in- acquire by purchase, and that.taare. JiJiJt
} are the more astonished that they should be any of his authentic dispatches, that we published a pamphletform to let humbled tie beaPfta alL'.l
strong our foe enjoy
under the hands of its able editor Committee Three
Mr.CLAPP. by a residing in Chicago -
willing to dissolve it. The ly suspected that it is rt'JeoazIf Gen.'Taylor idea that consider title
day was when a we our b1
;<' The most interesting articles are thosen wrote it, we can only say, with' that to appointed by the President, and circulated oftlea'. :
regret he incomplete retain
;t National Bank and possession
a high Manufacturer's tariff freely throughout the Union and that
,, "China,"-on"Slavery in the United States," hasmritteahiossefoutwbichwedonotbeliepor e, ; have in a similar manner a uiredl'b +i1

t .?r -on "The Valley of the' Amazon,"-and on were in all their glory. Money and power that his friends have done what his enemies 'the expense incurred of such the publication Committee and all expenses conquest, but preferred,the title 1 .
'. were in the hands of the have never been ablate by appointed to
** Whigs, and they felt do-vanquished him. as less offensive ,to more,
,, .The. Law, of LibeL" The writer of the last of We .transmit thesaid. proceedings, Congress in SpaiDand
sincerely the ,
little sympathy for the rights,of the pity hero. bothered to to the spirit of our institutional??
s r 1 ; .these, takes some novel positions, which it must myriads death as he must be by letter-writers harassed the (discharge of their duties, 'be de'ayedby ,'

r' ,r .: 'be confessed he has most learnedly strengthened that-they'were trampling upon. There was no and annoyed as he is; ,if he sh Uldchance; to for contributions from ,the different places which "

{ difference of opinion among them then,-theywere get himself, and,write a hum drum letter between have sent delegates to this body,to be collected From theWledgevttle Becflter/II!
by copious allusions_, to the old common law,. in such mode and in such proportions as the said LETTER 'FROM MR. CALHO
themselves sleeping-and
gorging on the that -waking we should' not
and to the tendency of the modern decisions o n spoil leg think the worse of him but Convention. shall'direct. i We' have f'aT red:#' bl
islative enactments threw in their and ; for.it, ; .he.isnt. the been politely
the law.of libeL The gist of his argument i is had learned way, man to be'caught that'way.-.- 'Resolved, That the original records and 'papers I lowing letter from John C.Calhowi&.the .
they to claim it
this. 1st That a malicious intent-an intent as their due.. A We give the followiag'from the Boston Atlas of this Convention be placed:in the hands resolution thanks of themeetingjiwhich iit

.to National Bank they termed National Blessing, jof the ajort Chicago! after the close, of this was forward h ,
defame and spread false representations- (Whig). Jt floors the "genuin .Ciay rlg u '.,
and a Revenue Tariff was ruin to the country Convention,.to be preserved among the archives mu pleasure we place it before aiu ft ,1
r constitutes,the very essence of the crime of libel idea in grand style. the "
+ i But the people will always gain their own in u of city./ c__ FORT..Ai 27th 1>3b
and that this intent -
; for What
a matter will those
papers say to this which COMMITTEES Dear Sir r'I-amain O.atiOII .
the end; We ceased to imitate receipt'
1 aole-consideration of the Jury, and that too, .England and advocate his claim to be'the Whig candidate The Chair announced,the. fo 1owing.named the 17th .inst, covering theresol "'Y"'

L' .. whether the wrong complained of be of a public France, and'.don. went the' National .Bank. subject :.to"the.decision';bf;the. "'Whig National gentlemen as.composing i the Committee to gather by a meeting: of the} ig afPata. '

.or a'nature.' '2d. That the ,truth is ad-, The farmers began to think that they had been Conventiw ,General T yJ r.saYI3 he'will not' Statistics and present the same to the consideration ; ty, approving theresoiutionsinwo? ) .ij l'

.. missable sufficiently impoverished by manufacturers permit himself be a Candidate' for the nomination of the Congress of the United States: in,, j.f the Senate of the United5ti3eaa
.. in evidence' in 'a criminal as well asA any.Party Convention andwo' Matsackusetts 4n0'
to =Abbotf Lawrence last
and !they elected a'Democratic are ,John Mill SessiOn in oPPS'area to I ihet.
.. civil prosecution,for libeL government understand by the terrn v''PartyJ, 'schemes/'that 1.em York John,C. Spencer,Samuel B.Rugv'i and tendering'the thanks+j ettlt ._. '.P'i1,

I --;, : -, We regret'much that the'editor'has not fa"vored The,, idea o(re-establishing a. Bank,has long ,he wlllnotyield himself any PARTY MEASURES. .g}e&, ." t ,! :'stand I took,in-behalf j(oarrlglits-: ,
since passed from the minds of the What.claims) {:thenj'hasVGeneral; Taylor Ke uttio '=James ntionshae .ant
to the
; :: : .us,with more:Ofhb_own. i luanteritiques most a.- votes'of ; ,>: *' '. T.Morehead' James'Guth.ne" .; ilam.ihappy ID o r
guine Federalists. The Whis'ras'Whigro" an can have / 'onotgo .
doctrine Protection met:.with the approi
: cf h-tnhianawtl.ex unit style._ The wo the votes of:the Whigs'lorPresident! of the U.: ;, 'JmSflwi Jacob G.> t
= ight--Zebulon
iar Baird." not so much on myownaa
:;V: : r McV'nVhas given TO 'excites the thirst becoming more-and more.odious even States :unless hobo a firing i ; : '!theII"
only. ',! unflinching advocate. ., vjlfiuranThos.: .'Allen,Joseph M. Converse., .o.UPPt.O. Qti oJ, yt L
-Si'i"a. to its former,.supporters. The 1 1Vhig:\ 'of their principles+ Thfwholeihtere8t Nhode= tdt
forznor j and im Jjtoa i Alexi
:, p < Duncan:Zachaiia'AUe n., me, but for a reason>fiur more
c ,1 i.; (' .' portance of the next Presidential />-I -i/i rr 'n- i :
i5 manufacturers of maintain election Iorcd-= '
: course it,,as they grows rge Stone, .,"m: wtng. ing'from. a'quarter of.theiYt'iA PK
out of the fib
..: ; 'THE SOUTHERN'JOURNAL does us proud" by will.welcome all the plunder they can"4 bring'to. tJ'V". present. jo', state;f,", -of- .affairs 114'& JiiseOun h. I: yPemaylvaT..3!Binghanu;&;C;'Johnson.Connecticut ..'. and; influen t',i iil. t.asp; v &iiJ.

o'1. g' :; its nattering notice of ourPaP.er7in ita number heir ,hands. ;But the WMgs.ort' eAVesttodSouth .. -. ..$f' -,'. r' ;,.f'Ohio.James Hall Josepg L.therb :1Yhi of George aaie. :PP to do tb
s I -
t tf 1 x'; for the 12th mat, and'we trust we' shall not are beginning to feel that they have been The BostonCoimer1i,/ J'" .((Whig.. );ahus. ::tlegaut( t1-l y Eipley; -:'Thomas'. i XWWilUamsi. tTT7. ,.Philip' ..in reference to the vital quresoltttionsjintroduced..' on'T'I,;'' 1 i-

:: : be> ponsiiered' .:'I as.speakisg under the_ .influenceof used as_teasel and that they.havo been beggaring discourseth. ." ;i' ;'s -*./ O' ', ueoissi ii=Rufus:King,:Wp6dinan; .I hopes t is .the precursor,to.$a.,asl> _oral er
: its article, when we say that we'entertain a themselves for the.sake rof party;:faction.. he; If had(leiteralTayloriviahee.to best ..be1Pr ski 1 :'. '(Geor. 'Thomas. ..Butler,King;.:.' Hod'Jlfte& -. .parties,witti/jis, to.repalanoutrag .t eat
: '" its-one that
say ,
.whichPa: rtJt.he"be1ongsto 'son. : provoUdassault on
,i : .similar,.high'\opinion'of .our ',Tal1ahas ee 'con :The knell protection.has sounded, ,and the fat fJ.iJhOJltiUlY '. t.
f jurtlurvtoriaeiutrclgabble:uhout.bmg e- ;Flarsdaohna.Camp.: :: :_", f 'i "> iifetyandthat.; ; .of'the'.UnioiL; .tr e' 'y

.temporary.; lie'sJoarnal".wishes' us "' ceess," ; policy,of commercial"* 'restriction* "*.'*which" )has the candidate." of.no party.'Thb'ttmflt ."/ ..J.'' /-- ', ti" ,. oseph. :B-'WilliamvDavid:
md.to8Junf; ..h "mnca'ofthls'weTarei SQ'long 1peded the,energy of.o oar'youhg nation (bhioJ) News' ('-{Jwhigjfsaya that" bier ;- ;: ,..* : -! *?' -& bve.be?! : !assailed;-and cienauztice 1',
<''i Tbte r'1h- -- ."', "_ ,tr",, *rising",lid< intern. !:eat JLM- has'been discarded. trust. foreyciv. .the.! ..Wh, ., .arehangc, eable> )ri f ,'fuor'Dj"festitu-( ,/ Maine r' Gb arles'Jaidri' a,:GeereEva' nJ truth' of the prinapleethey.aesertco -la!,detbt' .
1. .
=Jesse ;rincontestibjli8. ,
A 11' ; nif= 'B ntested
'' J -' JZty :'Tho &David J.-Baker '
r i '.! Ait'sdeels who are doing ,business in East JFloriJ.TrewferittoouradyertM The "State,Journai '?" the' ) tion'Jfatheyfiupcause :: rttien'TAYLOam, .j ; ,t
leading Thig .
4 a. '' organ ;r., .b ey .t. Nero-J'ersiy--Qiaileg S2iL L; Colt;;; -:.
.,t. -.. pg eolamn .flu e d in Ohio) holda'thelfollowiu' } (bold" .and'die_ \BmelIsV... :\ ::blood._Inii gunppwdwv'' ,, t ij''is .: '..CorQurRe"i. -' =,=. .Lisle S.oi tfcjGecy ,C Constitution and in defeadingsellV It} '' 1,

"+ i .'*' Kith,a.rea.r1 waste of,Sheriffs'Sales andjAdxniln&i : *: *.1iW1gunge.li. L'u. ;,it .\ .-"''': ? *.' -, time_ ,"s- t 'says"F to!cease; trifling, and call '''m'iD'.W. .,. .."D "OtL, b ..-; '., 1' ,! \ of.which. it-isthe.basis.t :"; "iW.u.'hJll. ..

is Notices.-'We! have oftcuihou hi t5Give.us;{fair OTiog- '. : : r b IOnie ma11s 'djd; :a'Wiit'wh6 .'- oI' i Vf, must got f te_-"J;eceived'0 :. '.,'t"L""It" I
; etivY,1' 4 .qur. .,.. .... .. ._ ,
ti ..ke 'and'norestrictio .c1..1" o u '" .. kdidi iDih-li1 arl-The I Come when the x uestiontmnal ue
., : '.. ,that,people abroad must:;form:'a.high-opinion; i '7'.and welmight)olmbstunaertake .ii'frilr': q?0 alleifa'Wh.,. : ,f:5Jt' _,f-\; -t:.',": 1 withl WashingtoniUfiion nolonger.beavoideclsirable. =nor if iiio Uld.jIiP
to supply the worid.with'bread.- : .J ; .1-t ;" 1"" of,the:12thimt.states; : tegret.that* j
.i. : .;' $of this portion of FloNrida as a.field: for a iawjrerx } .* *, :i,*" > ** > \"*-%', ; I 4The',Lebaaoa (OhioSMK ).lyhig S tarsaya:sG en: theCh a va1i'erG:.Jose,delXishosL; .*_ minister. .' .The,l ngu:1edJ tit 1aero
Aain the editor .
f : :. )- (;;thke:>'multltude.pr' !e ;wi\ 1 ertisemen_.o'| <, \ of the Brookville (Indiana) Tdirroii:line,zto:opinions:for' 'pu el,,pr, 'frtni) t)1e) COUrt UtFBrasiin t'.61' ': .l Unit"..' ..8, 4\t' inveterate' and.dang IJ) ._Af:

/ S -ifcre: ttblished >. the (aisibnrioftuly, others: ericaDa, staunchVFhi. thus writes cone'ipa JJestO he eleCtedPi'esid'ent3n t 'htca' :bgeir':4w11eiL;"Dtrelip":"?' a ; ..PI41C.P.betweenAtheilsuE1. '
,. ,..,... v .. .. ; -.. {.trust; lD'thi8.h' skveholdins"Jfitatesv W4)4) nnson,.
t. thec 'nr' } a personal:yisitjaaid to themanuf''turin late Secrel pf Legationj'has. ieeij wi'to Qj\
business g 'iU jd : ill t .
thereforetoo to -
Thioki .men of Easti& .
; : ** F e-tf roSelfen/,3 ..' ,- -- state < selresushavenothmg tojeeverything. .
Becretary d
diet a s'.t1f, 'i' n.land *' f.t : 4-.1 ".t ji a4 Cbarbe aff'amea: '
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t -c1 heartless1 : Have tr enon ,b --.tI.i-above '
heriff/eveVvseize I
we TheTquestityquestiona
.tI May. no : Cl .to'Jtii'eU. er tTb+s.ni0abelzePes thathereoaIlofl4tr "
', ,' -iti*irnnv-nivknowtv' V "f1- ,i d'i' i'414'\'Fi VnOinSfltlft' .:ind. few,d&jJ.beforeweleftB' knife 11LVln: :confusionwbic; dr has.cui ff; ili: iJ '" :lies.'ill..''noteipoe'ete'amicahle'pielati; 6f. ;; Qt the d y.< ;ij.f' .1r"1
)tl. .. .. < J. ._?-,:- -:,. .',' ,s been'calladupon in he.atieeta.for..ouropinsoyon : i, < ,.> .. f, .'Ut", _, { ., :
r .'. ''":.Tidwl'.ever. : ..,jp 1 i;;kr;,4 '_ft\ ij'; u 'on'theTariff ive' -'p'ed.that'wew". ; ';satiafi'fae1.to ,'VJig.k 1Yho'now'cani: b e-theu" leader tt. ,: !. .t,. r"4.'t'.l: : interray' '-' ,..p. "fI For kind". t. fft- .., -. .0#f 74 t"f : !
.: r- .* 'r." \You harethe satla -j' tlieTariff 1' '" ;1t.\\; ?' 1' ':t1f'l'r 1.r. :1', 'nrr ; flgiW ,1t- "> ; w :"? f. : '" thq I- I IWit.
,* ',. ; "our.rs!."= "nl then ; e.' totldtt; einaantThti.coant, {cr : ;' t''' rJfp passpprta hftTe beenoffered'tb !11drWodd'onr.nbwmmistera's tioDot : : :wante VtabiUnt&nniftAtMfftr! .iPth1 Th kf; "' | t" ".;'t"f ,' .t
.. ._never. 'haring figUrmd. ''ji,. colamftsofa. '. ,* HrWA "J"ettf L : .YEtri'I D1r.. mM'l' 'WE@'fo'rthelrs leis 'V"d". ': ".: :on'his'k'' ..say-IUlcere.' -OW4- o-- ., ." .- :. r..'. :I
'' R *, e. ,. 'Ji" i" sixinonthe'btt his 1 i1ett' iwe5a whole ,. '1IthA. ,,
} t nelrroaper. either in .e/ tter.O: to Rio., i}b aiid tte Braiil* '"r' "
*' ..' rr"i -:decease'iir.x"J. .-.':.-.-.-''- ifsix:. ''- 4.timely ." ,* ment.o: 'tthlj'': a e&gaptlon' & tho1maanfficturerj t' ;,.,:::. &th-i'jii rft:.... b'i M()oiit'6 fa i> iaa? 'eiiment'therpwr ; bef -" t. 'mut '"...t'{', :.... '.1l-" '.''f.>'- : .,' ".. ,.., f't.-..; '

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tilJ.l.p. the$ md.: ". r. Gen.'aylbr'' a. '"1i--NothiD&' J have .'; '.'i. .. .lC.r"_..".+.' ..'-.."\, __".'1-- n',... .;',."-:." ,. ... .,'..'., f.... ,. ..,-.,.> .", ,''. ; ..,. : "' ,...-'T'. .: .
heard "more th4nio" ',-' 2''. ". "i' .. NOTIOiTl-J1fOAEQD1Nrs. -- { ,
VI 7.in 'FROM MEXICO.. aidinIIOys iJen Taylor p r. 'MmrIOR .o'' }-. .r"'' ,. .Jt :
IbITANHT1IBd8MYOP_ haveMezicas: come to himmldress'lumtnSpsaish ).'{f TQJ TtoStil&GSia&BailcribedT6wnshJps t 1 ... lf
SCOTT Phen&oaathelieart.tl i ere . : J1 ? .. .
FRO [ GEN. : DuriiigtLe .jWteeenla tiii .u, -. '- ited.ifcor.8' .. ,
fW. .
>' .
'., LA 1 :Alabsmtt Mrived at an early Smutty fand he-has learned but;pne,1r&dpf fljanfrish heir' ': !. -. '----'J .... .- .t. .-j_Io.--t.uiRt." ... 'I 4' ire lee_ .w'fJ. 's."' ,,
1. .n."day frOm"m..Jr1; JUching at the that is TOOTOJ;,"the imperatireiplnral; of: ,pe q .theirfotiritthelfi: ; riD'liihi' :' ,-,_.IJ. .. .- :" '< .. ,,. 2." ,f 'j A :t V eis
the 2d of while encampedatlBalti1 : '1\.TO. : :fieret pens.0.thetii: ..lP 1i-t4 p y Y .itw .tr..?'. !
to left the.ibnner-porfc on t eore.. One day : oy and notirnsh darts d ( t: .. rYY"asvr. t j .
Sh ., ,_ '
31 1 $*** latter on the.4th. lo, being very busy in.hts tent,.a Jiexican came -' ahiclaro '. Ls .'follolring ; ; .MATe4 1.: : ., ldi.." tGenemlto '.
1 JaJ1,pd the we have direct advices from % and commenced uttering'A i6n cbmplaintinSpanish. Itheti1b'1'211.. ; to lightithe, gloom ,CIIle, '' *; the District Asmv* uiurc at11' Dm. zt 'Jr p. '. J 4 ,
. :this t+mwing'of the 29th of June,and p The-old General turned to.Aiaj.Bhs( darken evjry.Tiew_ ;.bin_ yhape,dath.brmg?' allowed by:said Act,' for the. prqyitig "he:fact Mthat the; &l"1aapi.. ': ;

i totheto the 30th. and asked--"What in.heaven7s.name does the, ,'0.)there is a.cheeringiue' .' that lends. .particular Quarter section upon whicliita locale?ni i"desmbed <. --*-- 'tlM ir.'tii"
J then \ able' to leave B. that the Missiasippians in the annexed. .list Those applicants, q ere11 w'eettl .
want Maj. explained
Scoit'J1ad not been Oman Its_meUfl*' fight to'rob gtief.of its stings *v these '
i the reinforcements to be takingwood from his townsTips";are:requested to file with &eBeglster aid ei, EOgurjiauiimft.Y '
awaiting appeared : ,
'waS >
1. fu.en.d ifaawalader and 'Gen. PiUow'who :house ,Now the Mississippi.egim mt Ivan-a. ,Arid-guides the soup where.Hope" with pleasureblends on tnSlvkfn-.rt.k, a:said... .deites;! *ltafad1prouf: r(to the require J. iSA Htf,"L sfcer* .

arrived. [Some of the papers favoriteof the General's, and aa they.hadal-: *. & : .
ic& proor:8h ir
then '
I kad ;ii tOea.Cadwalader.arrivedat. Pue.ineauij Trays conducted themselves: rtU,'he "was in;an: And o'er dur path-the f .golSoa'lww*: of memory ch. be, the.applicants;own affidavit, corVboorated."by flight dtit4th''Att1' r t.

t 30th. Letters from Mr. Kendall ofiake unfortunate mood to hear'Complaints against' bends. vsSweet more dismterested.andoomp tentWitneMesTwlufflent' proof ihoald" state" 'all tke ., _. l .
1 e mention it ,he was them. So ''waving his hand towards the Mexican .. : se f -" \ M i" .d _. .-
y no rof though > ;' (l ? -t \ ,Unless&I e..f;'- q uired i the foregoing 1 nlea oetbrt\he 1W yntsbvvill
on Oe
"l dies,4tlebos.Mtebesm specified ft.
, Lidr expected He was at Perote about ,he told him to memory. HowofttHemifingthroes'Of ( i .
eth awaiting Gen.Pillow] .[eggs,eggs, eggs!] He had heard .some one use : aching hearts. ih thee have Yelled aHow balm,'" forfeit all. right' ; t1e andclaim: .the Land tinder their Permit< : f
t ** *
and took it for his "" .
e. .
minute ? '
the word before .1 "
, .:'lie pews from very. word a When.Gen." Taylor in oft the troubled storms of living woes Towhsh'ip.. -" .1 1r.1b n- .: IDate.nn air be f ore W*cb*.proorof< mpa<
favorite .
.fcfiaJte' Gen. Scott is..said to have communica- wmflx : .' and the Tnmtcol rq\urt trticulars ,n'daerilMl
, the Government.that Mr Trist- was.with January flas4 arrives,.here from.Monterey he :Thy"peace bestilP,.hathhush'd in holy calm;* *. Twenty-three South. TwentyEast ,.
/ 'i e 5th'May 1848,
I to \
-lbI'a authorized to negotiate a peace.g I encamped n ar .town i ,but"Was not. pleased So "With While'e. 'en'sflliction. .?. ,cloiidS,_,. -fi glow' "with, 'a"charur". ,. Twenty-ne' do Nineteen do ', .28th Jtmg s48.: 'ti. yqT1rentytwo'j'r. ,,

m Anna had been incac'ea vain endeavoring to I the location for an encampment. speakingon As doth the sun when sinking to"repose doTwentyone" .Nineteen Qo: /-_ db do', .:.
GeneralJJotfa .: the subject wit a number of officers that=hnd :. '.
>do J .
.quorum.otCougrcss'to lay ,At eveningy-rgUd the/vaporsin the sky->. r Twentyda:{ $ o, ','do'. '
told'them ; 'i' ,
Mr. Kendall'srather called to their respects td-him, he 'do j.'doTwentyone ,
communication before it. pay enty-tw Twenty '
'j .-
that heshould move the whole ar- With glorious light,as lingering still he throws 1 t, ,
encourages the prospects of an ear- n a few days T1renty'two rdo ., ;'do : o db '.' \ 3.n
)0ff pence;but we-have had access to letters from myth .'agua 'ardiente, [the Mexican word ;for His last'fond'ray upon the day gone by, .> Twenty-three do ...Twenty-crib J ado :\c1o .db' "J- .,-.,. '.

ln.q responsible source in the city of Mexico, brand;].' He. meant Agoa Nuevd.-Salt;-Picket Whose glories all unite.to'paint.the day oti high.::i Twenty two'' do Twenty4wo *,do of :d b > '

tfich take a very different view of the subject Guard. Twenty-theei 'do { Twenty-twot-do do do .... ,

Jke writer thinks Gen Scott will have tomarch involving When fleeting pleasures by.one'depart, NOTE.-_ The as to the settlement snould be,-tim.Whea.rtltivatloa'!"oass r

into Mexico to secure a peace. in. Mexi-- The' State vs. P.of B.the Martin.Will 'of-This the suit late Chief- 'Tis thy fond. light which'.cheers the bosom)still, m .- uBjuud.6f:crop cultivated=num'bei'' of acres in cultivation the' kind. i b 1.1Il.' #
of the existing t validity "
The censorship press e ected'ot persons composing the fI1n discrimlnitJ t .
: Brings back the day when first the untried heart. : eenadu1t&DI
Mtsrevents us from knowing whatmeasures to Justice of this State;and Which has been decided : -mates- and femalesrhite and colorer{ f

defend the citf"will be taken. Santa Anna was by the 'Second District Court against the Captive to Love bow'd to the conq'rors will PARS'ONSReceivcr; _. ,, .! '! f'JOTh.'I" '
to late tie capitol on the 30th ult, intending defendant 'cm'the ground.'that the late Judge Glowing "ith,1 1iqs Love+only can.instil, LANIJ OFFICE NeWnansvlfle, ;Florida 'July ftth T847. .3t<_ s \ '

ajrass three days in the country for the benefit. Martin, being blind could not make a trill;and Heav'd.with a life whore.care did not impart .. ?, _, % _"V _r V *-.!_ _:,t. 4{ Cy
health It is said that every avenue of that the said will was a fraud'on the State and ,.
I of.his into the city is fortified, but the writer violation of the statute which imposes a tax of One cloud to darken or one grief to'mar- Te1egraphs.Qvet one thousand America five hundred, luA D Ai E::INTEEER. (.I .. z ,
entr&l1ce miles are already finished and fife ,
TllexiC0} upon whom we very much rely, 10'per cent. on all bequests made in this State And heals each present wound with magic art thousand'miles.under contract, to'be completed, J'Rr OF"JgC88O ..ii ULY r=

Ajnks the American army will easily overcome to foreigners, was determined yesterday by the And through dark cloudsdisclosesHapes'brightstar within a The materials for telegraphic : ,
obstacles-that the defence of, their Supreme Court. The property of Judge Martinwas .A.RR -
111 sock
communication between Detroit and Milwaukee ....
fortifications will only embarrass the Mexicans. bequeathed entirely to his brother, a naturalized are:purchased and the line will soon be estab 20ih.--Brig John H. IStephe' s, Co"..' JJa1 t
Whose ud
feare unable to throw much light upon the citizen of the United States, whilst he glad'ning rays bring peace, ;joy, lished. The southern lines are rapidly advancing timore. 601MJ" >
of Gen.Cadwalader and Gen.Pillow. had sisters and nephews and nieces living in strength from far. Idth. -
Marion ftv oak
Cements and it is expected that in a few months Barge Stone, with '
T hemeer is said to have been compelled to France. It was alledged that this bequest was there will be a communication between Portland timber, to Fernandez& Bisbee.12th. ": +. +4
-tOBtest the road with the guerrilla parties, till intended for the benefit,and in trust for the for- The fragrance the flower lingers near and New Orleans, making a continuous ,-U.B.Mail Steamer SUat&eW Chase, .

Lewd beyond Cerro Gordo. Guerrilleros took' eign relations of the Judge. Tho' broken the stem on which it grew, chain of some two thousand miles. Savannah,:via Darien' feruteffti. aiid kSt.Mairy ,f
image every defile to resist his progress The case yesterday finally settled in fa. And morn discloses iamy a glistening tear 's. to Fernandez & BisbeeJSefcnaadixetdH

lfisl 1 joss is said to have been severe. vor of the validity of the will. The Court say From distill'd in dew Nets Hampshire .Eerftan.Partial returns 0 Moss & Co. EHalLB senthal & Gatt an; l
angel pearly
the government of the city of Pucbla has that they will not consider any nullities as sufficient eyes have been received from New Hampshire on JP &. BH.HardeeIernandei&fesbeeJAaMMaxcy t

.jeen entrusted to Lieut. CoL Belton, of the 3d to set aside a will, except -those Doming Whose language is convey'd flowery hue, the second trial for an election of members of ,Bellows & Santos L CappaJrm.G Yale.

.Artillery. within the legal intendment of Act 12, Civil Bright tokens of their love, earths' waste to Congress in the 1st and 3d Congressional Dis S D FernandeIJ Pons, and Wttu Alsop. .- fM

Code. A blind man can enter into a contract. cheer, tricts. Tuck's (Whig) majority in the 1st District Steamer 'SantektVetra, Saivannah .,

From the N.'0. Picayune of the 7th inst. Incapacities and defects of form are strictijuru, Which gently speak to man,of years gone by is'expected to be 2000, and the majorityfor via Darien. Brunswick,sty &.Mary's, 1 t i
FRO rTAMPICO. and 'willnot be presumed.The Wilson (Whig) in the 3d District is-estimated to Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchandiie io zHO t

The schooners Sarah and Maj. IL Bache ar- conclusion of the.judgmentis in these That when the sand'which limits his career at from 300 to'600. Moss & Co, J H Gunby & Co, Holmes &.Cfc ,

here yesterday from Tampico, both having words-"The Representative of the State has On earth is spent,he then_ may turn. his. eye Bellows & Santo, S L Burritt 0 .Hart, All
ult. faithfully discharged what under the information I Gen. cDuffie.W regret to learn from the B. S W Dogget and Lancaster. +
sailed n the 27th Upon the past, and pass away withoat a sigh, > ,
these>arrivals the most interesting news he had received, he conceived to be an offi- Abbeville Banner of the 7th last that this distinguished 23d\ Steamer Sarah Braiding, $a, L&ktMonroej
2Jj the American prisoners in Mcxico.ll .- cial duty. Upon us devolves the more gratefultask statesman is at this time very low To Fernandez &Bisbee...

relates to accounts verbal and written, agree that to determine that he was misled by that information Jacksonville, July 2d,.1847.RoMfi .. with a nervous affection, and fears are. entertained 'CLEABED. t
ill had been received at Tampico that ,and that the name of Francois Xavier for his recovery. 21st-Brig Patrick Henry, Paikari' New "
intelligence Martin stands unsullied by fraud." June 3,1547-.The popularity of the .
Games and Borland, Capt. Clay and the York. ] i22a
Usjors prisoners in Mexico had been Judgment reversed and the will sustained. sovereign pontiff augmented from day today; H DA IES, (G*,) July 9, 1847. .-Schf. Del Norte, Frie&i Key'West t
other N. 0. Delta June 22d. it is not the truth to declare 'n e 'Rice on to improve and I
released and ordered te Tampico under a large of and now transcending crop goes 15th.-Schr.CoL Simmons Hanfifia. New Bed a "
said to consist of a force that there is sovereign in Europe so sincerely hope may turn out well Caterpillarshave ford. i
This escort was ;
nil What i:? doing on the great "Father of Risers" I beloved by his people. Rome.which formerly maae their appearance on St. Simons, so s
The verbal which haversached 19th.==Steaaer Si ah Spaliiflg Baftey Lake
f900, men. to the effect reports that when the prisoners -On the first day of the assembling of the Chicago ; I did not allow u newspaper, except the official I you may say good morning to the Cotton crop" Monroe. .
vs Convention, Thos. Allen Esq., submitted a gazette of the government to be published within I '
haS reached within 150 miles of Tampic 20th.Steamer St Matthews, Cnase, .s.qn
Urrea who detained them report drawn up by him at the request of the her walls now sees some half dozen Well con- Mr. Webster told the people of Savannah, in nah.
met by
c they were delegates of St. Louis relative to the commerce ducted and well written journals issued weekly his speech there that the Massachusetts people +ta'
The story is further that Urrea 23d.a Steamer >Safctee, Crews 8a\niu 4- _
as prisoners. and navigation of the valley of the Mississippi.It friends ,
the of the one of which is in the English language. Measures I must continue to be for their Southern z riOTYCE.
ordered out all men country .
lid is stated in this document that in 1846 the
of are in progress for calling into gradual Hewers-of ice and coolers tf water.
that could be raised for the purpose making ,t
It to be cer- receipts at New Orleans from the upper country operation the principles of constitutional 'government .
an attack upon Tampice.deemed the appears of amounted to 77 millions of dollars; the steamboats A council of distinguished indivi- The National'Era, speaking of the last devel- ALL Persons concerned or' int&e&ed, 'are
imminency an
lain that. was of the 11th Infan- engaged in the trade of St. Louis were duals is already employed in revising the municipal opment of CoL Benton's mind, talks as follows: to take notice that tie undersigned i

attack that three companies at bar transportation 251, and the whole number on the Western regulations of the.towns and cities of.the "So great has been the growth of practical in compliance with. an"act .of the State of =

trj whick where awaiting Tampico ordered into ers near 1200, valued at 16 millions of dollars Church. A national guard is spoken. of and Anti-Slavery sentiment in the Democratic par- Florida, entitled 11 An:Act tfr provide for the re- '

for Vera Cruz there, were under arms up ex- to which are to be added 4000 keel and flat will probably soon be organized. Withthe best ty at the North,. as well as in the people"t>f the establishment of the Records,bf,the County of '

the city. Every man be attacked.was boats. TIle annual cost of transportation is 41 intentions, however, the good Pope Pius has to free States, that. a Slave State Senator, high in Columbia,, and;j'or"Od1 purposes ApprovedJanuary

,per+inp tic town to millions. The total value of.tke.domestic products struggle against the secret opposition of Austria favor with the-Administration'finds, it either Cth, 1847 They'have this day filed ,

u put afloat upon the waters of the valley is and even of France,' which, notwithstanding -. necessary or expedient consult and concede in the Clerks Office of the Ciffftii.Court for ,.

.' from tie N.Express. 200 millions : and the value of the whole com- there volutionaty origin of its government to its demands tb an extent that would have involved said County, a paper writing purporting,to be

LOB181ASA.6\3dAR MA UFACTUEE. merce afloat is 430 millions, being dO'Q.ble'the' leans in all its foreign policy; te the absolute. a forfeiture ';'ef caste V and influence five a copy ia substance of,the: last WJH.aad Testament ,-
f To the Editors.-The potting,of sugar is the amount of the whole foreign commerce of fthe governments. year,&g9 f' Hetuy Jones laeffaidcbnnty,deceas
next operation in the sugarhouse It is sometimes United States. The number steamboats lost ed.tEe original of:said last Will and Testameathaving fad

put into hogsheads placed upon timber in 1842.was 68. ; in 1S46 the number was 36.-' Nefarious Plot-The Police of Paris have The WiMot"-Proviso*'in Maine.-As was to been destroyed by fire, 'on the.:first day ;{

cross pieces, with 3 or 4 sticks of ewe set into The annual loss of lives is '160.: The snags, it discovered a' plot of the '' .,"-one of have been expected the Legislature of Maine of November hist And tkat they.will .apply to .. {"

the cask obliquely; here it drains-the molasses I is well known. have caused many of these disasters the secret societies of Paris, for carrying into i kas before it resolutions, :reported by a Joint the Circuit Courtuf said.County at-.thenext y ; "

falls into the cisterns below. Some planters effect an organized system of plunder. One of Committee, affirmatory of the opinions expres- Term of said Court tube !is dad:.ibr..the !'!

to accommodate their teetotel friends the ten ts of this,sect is, that all property is a I sei by the Governor. that State recently,1in County Co1 imbi, oa, the"taird .1f0Jl",'iaDecemb -

throw rum and rcater on the top of the sugar Conrention of the Free Negroes of I eiitucky.We .- spoliation of society, and that theft therefore, relation to the Wilmot Proviso..' next, to have.said':;Copy Will established : 1

hhd. tor the purpose.of whitening the sugar. learn from Rev.JL W. ,0owau the agent of is essentially virtuous, being merely a recovery .in lieu of said original;flo destroyed by ,
This is not a bad plan for bleaching.Muscava- I: the Colonization Society, that in order to induce of spoil illegally extorted from the producing Generout.- youth who,it is charitably pre fire as aforesaid .. ,.t v

do kinds, when sugar is potted in large 70 lb. I a more full emigration of the free negroes classes. The .members, howev rl quarreled ; sumed. had never seen "the elephant," recently WILLIAM TOWNSENi,Executor r-- :t S

anoalds,and is removed into the purgery,where of.the State to Liberia, the Society, at the sug- and, in furtherance of their principles they of Found himself in the company of three young ANNY MARY JONE& Exeeutrix.Alligator .

Jt is kept warm by stoves; it is then liquored gestion of several prominent gentlemen of the course robbed each other, and thus the police ladies and generously divided an orange.be July 23, 1841; 3a .+

*ith warm juice, about 17* Sac' frequentlytwice. State has determined to send out in their exPedition acquired a knowledge .of their, existence. An tween them. '"You will rob yourself' exclaim- J .

This is Howard's process of bleaching of November next, several free coloredmen investigation was the consequence,in the course ed one of the damsel a Admj li trators N6tic5B. *'"r" '

sugars,and is the very best plan fer that purpose from different sections of the State chosen of whith it Was discovered that several of ,the '"Not at all," replied 'our innocent; "1 have I MONTHS aftei'date..I shall make appli- 14:

; after it has become white and dry, it is i by the free negroes.in their respective neighborhoods .members of this society were also members of.apolitical three or four more izi mg pocket I SIX n' .to'ttie'HonoraweVJfldge of Probate- .; .

fihiTed,at other times it is crushed or ground I to go to the colony; and make a.full society,having for its object the assassination Pooh! that's nothing the lad at a party:>, : for the County of Alachua,for:ajSoal'seiUeaeat i t +

brass moulds of about or 5 Ibs. each; it is maining there twelve months for that purpose) his carriage on his road to Neuilly Considere said the lady. "Thankee' ,: had enoughi-i. of the estate of Joshua Miller,late of said Loan: -

, then baked, and afterwards wrapped up for and return and make a report to their constitu and ten other. .persons have been arrested on "WeH, then, put some' in your pocket"c" which es, !I ty", deceased ,. _-"'__' ,;.-. ;..'.. '*
the market One crop made upon this principle ents. The free negroes of Lexington, Mays- this charge., f but my pockets are quite full already, JOSHUA. SEKINGBR, Adm'r.

sold on the plantation at 10)-.cents per lb. ville, Danville and Richmond,have chosen in is decidedly the best story of theO with this July 28,1847,' :, 'em.- a,

the crop f the previous year, COW,000 lbs, sold each place one of their number, and the citi- JacbsorJsm in Chihuahua.-Who would'have advantage;that it is an undisputable fact with show theTacnlty'of ., Jafb
**6jj cents. The apparatus which was used zens of these places have raised the money to supposed that "Jacksonism" had made its Way ing that the lad was.largely endowed the cake .NOTICE' .

for this improved mode of sugar making cost defray the expenses of the person chosen to go to Chihuahua 1 But so it is! Previous to the anticipating' coming events, and that hereb give i that IX M0'TI. 'g8atterdatte .axt I
lot 9500. will notice being always an Brent to the youthful I.S ,
Other -while there-and back to -
imppovements to the colony again: battle of Sacramento a council of officers washeld" '
shall.apply.to the Honorable Judg*of the
he understood the art of taking "time by.theGazette. :
saw other time. Yours &c, ENGINEER.That the State. The. free negroes of this city have in t this cltytor. the purpose, of devising ,forelock."jNeaPs & Probate.Court of NassaU:ebunty;for joy,discharge
of this 'and will send out one of : '
approved plan, some practical means! to shield the Mexican L-. 'from the ExecutoraSip on the.Estate of ,

dunk The Chinese junk arrived at the their number.-.LoRwrtZfc Courier., soldiers against the American1rifles. It was 'The Quid q'u. o.. Tobacco:it appears; sa' WillfanWalkerlate. 'of said county;deceased;

'quarantine ground last evening. She is named then proposed.and carried..that, 2,000 bags matter of Government monopoly,in Mexico.. It '. WM.:A' RU8SELL' Executor. l rl

the Keying, Kellett master,and has had a pasaage British Mediation in the Beacon War.-Lord .should be manufactured;to be filled with Co.nj is said to.be produced'-in great quantities in July'. 23d, 1847.' l' 6m s v, ... .
of hundred and twelve days from Canton 'Pahnerstanin'reply w'3. question from Dr.B wring which the soldf ers shbtlld. sling on their backs, Cordova and Orazabaj through;vtkiccb places, as lLt _
,touching at St Helena on the 23d of April in the Jiouse .Commons on the 11th !of and, during the attack! carry.before them.." 'Among the last accounts statey Gen :Scott intends to "' k

She. has come in ballast consigned to the master June said that.an offer rf mediation on- the part the spoils of the battle- Sacramento were a line of commnmcadoa between Vera Cruz >ONE"m1NWED'DO"' '. M '

) but has on board a host of Chinese curiosi- of Great Britain between-Mexico and the United found no less than two cart,loads of suchlagsj; and open Pueblik;" The'leaf is purchased of the producers : ; ,. ; 4 .

rtes. She is built of teak wood one hundred States:had been made by'the former as well and not until: a few days since Mexican offi* and:manttfactured. exclusively by Government ,BAN AWAY"frpjn ..tie tabeorsibernearLakeGt ,'

*d fifty feet long, twenty-five feet beam, and as by the,present Government ,, but that as yet cer disclosed to' us'their mysterious obJect.- The correspondent of the N; 0; Con .1.' : ,,,Marioa. County;F1a.f i
twelve feet depth of hold. Her cabin is thirty it had not been:accep'ed by either of the bellig Chihuahua Anglo-Saxon, March 24.. Times states that there ate riow.iaOrazaba andCordova ibtt' .wit'f-SYO, J
feet long ten and a half high and twenty erents. ''w'orth'half lion of to
iI 8000 bat doll 50 .S: .S_10 .inches.ia
boat years fage feet jr.
three feet K Owlo7l..The fame of this wonderful pioneer "
wide. Her rudder is not hung on 1_ J g to the Government, ready to be
Jafles, but suspened in curious fashion by I 'Mr'; Prescott, the-Historian.--We learn 'from and.faithful "follower,of CpL Fremont, is tamanufactured into cigars; and recommends that height and of;'a yellow'complexion. JACOBabout

two cables,made of rattan or bamboo,; it weighs the Boston Advertiser, that the last mail from getting to' be as widespread;.as shouldbe.- Gen.Scott,:should 'cpmpensatfe himself and his 35 years old,:ota dark coniplexicnana; t
5 feet 5 ,6 =inchesia: : his front
wren tonsj and is hoisted and lowered toMr.Prescott Here:is a short' ,P ;'from.his private his-. : ,' some or height
as occaMOH London brought adiplonja'frqmthe - % -/ ? army and httVGoVeVnment by. : 'taking. :a large'quid teeth are set wideapart andLbe: rather laW "
regniirsits immersion being twenty- Royal Society of Literature-the f4'St pwe .r'1.r ; of this tobacco.' *- 7s ". ". A, ., .
ligent.than, oth rwf&:.MAUIUC&. about:25
throe .
feet when down and 'when tip.aer ', citizen of, the United "jKit'married.'a"squawiome'yeas agoaJn '- '"" "'"' -ropovernment 'e.
twelve believe ver'iSeJItto-a; : t'J \. 1 -: ; / : ; ol"6'm: 1atth11fith.Idfii buite hafc s4keeps' .
!( anchors are made of teak wood. The cabu States,und'one whose'value*was materially*' beaatif'and'intelligentwoman' ,who possessed The Spanish G hayVadeipted a'der years.. t, Tf tly5Sidrii : .t
!$ w decorated with Tbirds. ti- note from the most *4 natural,lone4'of said;efinemeBt (to have adjudieaied the quick igener IUS : has.
j a host of painted creased in this instance byia cimal comage they bled is bov4 std l '
, Eers and other idol set ; 'gpeai)that struck all:wha saw; her. 'of'She.was' of 6 deep byes quite '
in .
animals. the
She Tias'an distinguished cf.lettersrTxpwaliTein: Engrland .silvercontract: ,-to .Bad Femontoj-at i\: boantebance--H ',r- t
; plea
op on board woman ten of the known n3irespected far and.wide, m mountain hate appointed.General : sea .f'a -
representing a haying .. ; (Mr.liallatn. ,the president society J) her 11 reals per quintal, ber'was L a sfiouse serta aJ1IlI.. e, a
duos of and' r8.iri uentiyfcaeironTpanied ; and'
arms and ornamented with flowers his great.personalrespeetforMr; 'FilroOt'Biterb'rCpti..Gei'of:.u '
., ally 5 feet 5 of 8 inches [
,_ intelligent about la
; : ;
ibe ; She died 'shorttime ;
rings &Mbauain'fltis'marehes.; i a; Gen! of the Bal5ric .. j
trinkets. a1uejhep1a.Ces..u n CpttonebJ Cap>
i a variety of Prescott;arid.the''great ; GeiuFerixarido height and stoat] made ALFRED b of quita
: .Her crew consists of 40 Chiriome.und 20 Eu- his works.. .,'Vi .; a, .' time' ago- leaving fa daughter-a' tender .Jst nas. : General MiiguelTacon',>: hd fili. a'(&rk, 'compiexion; 'Intelligent ands good

,101. She has three upright masts.with1 lat- i 1,.-. .""- .'- .t.:. bud:to the rough nurtureof the wildernessl led,the last post has beenlelevated; to the rank blacksmith. "about 23; old.3 feet 8 faghfgMgh !

e.'; .*5 sails. Her stem is five feet; high than dmiisingAt" a.;recent";debate in Harrods But', Kit'a:were' ;' the'ways of the white man iassociatioBS. /a' of Grande the ffa' ;'with.tie.titte ;&iid.wcH; formed.years LAS'U a boy.some 1

J tola and 74. She is builtin the form of a;whale burg, beteen..Mess Thompson .and,.?Wick-, Hawkeye.'' >:'He says took, 1 omthstin4fughis the child to'Sl Louis wild;whereit -' Dike.., of. .the- Uni6nof.C- ; :-: : .,ba.' EtcroMafl'. > .18 years old.and tolerably da lz4ftd 5'feet .

! ii. there are two great eyes'iikbe' r bows liffe,-the'andidates''for Congress, the former,1! 'is1'DOW being educated.,:{Ia,,the girl's face is Bosiok JpurnaJ bt.ff.'otJ"ins JajS;; '8 jches'hig and-hM lost part of A fere-fin5 pon p t
her Ije fine seakoat with throat had'ainngor '
: represents to a who is afflicted a sore / tine 6f his hands. L *-- > hs
:, rag herself well through some severe de mter upon.the stand,"containing a strong ,.note mirk,of coal.its Indian."extraction'?' Isave- the. ,"The thermbttctefstood,. t$; Mi''l'at 98 degrees, *in'StateWMAf''tfLAxvlT' *-' : ,The'abo7e tookw v ,theto 3 ;.'hreiJi # t

i mixture of:'vinegar' halt,;,and. 'pepper,'. 'from dark. halt"' and. -*- .i black* .eyes..,.. -rv v/*?.j,f" ;/ h .. ._. ;,.<.t, ,_.,.. -." 1 ." .. -. Tour hundred dollars'ia the bills of the Bank ofCharleston

5* Keviag is painted white, 'with: a:black which, :while'speakiBgi 'h ite k?an*occasional The duties accrued under the Maxiean YYL ;tariff '. -,' -.- 1) E.., -."..1.. ".-.. '. :,aa. It ,is believed:they wfllati
Vj >s far as the' foremast;;.then.red to tie sip: The mixturelobkedKke; toddy,1, ahdWick-, as military:con btitionlread y'exceed half .1. .M .IFr: erthiS; >d 'Ythe 'arrivals'and tempt'to make:their way toLatlaBivca-'C,
>' She has nine ports on eaC Eniderwhich: ; life,fixedalonging'eyeiipotiit; At length,in I '-: augment Fi 1and ', t.rcm*.w ence they C'to _oa t;
ue a jnillion inrspecie;: and muatrapidiy mails will be:as.foUows: came. ;jor/Jwea :
! the
Painted white red and black., As heliesJancho'r the midst of of the severest portions of his I .de' res'of State.tt:1Iaat
one underthe pledge :recently' giv 'that;':1A'type m 1ariiwe onBanday'6. some+ .Teasel boiindlto a.tree*>

"(st: off the quarantine ground? the' opponents"speechIhe""slHy tcok"th "decanter; 'event"1??.peace' ,t ttt.'unporte,,'n'b8'exempt d, Wed fl N"ori1 8daT era' at;lo'clock' ,,is,. and_close .well, acquainted? in..Savannah aa leetea ..- i
hwacost875'800.Y'CoutmrCiaL but'about a! gill;'End'8 wallowed'it at a : tioD.o a and make iii eftet reach btta of.thoj .
Poured orcoiifii : j0ashvi ;. may to
firom P1
duty .
new ,
.. dtlcick
: any ,, 11V'. and FridA.1'i at 4- .r' "
_",. -.. ?,' gulp':.'*' His 'contortionsof,/"cot> Iazice'wereua1 r1 -..- "' I on Tu-.t j : ? : .
The late Democratic state convention.of MtsId to anything"in the*mi i ahnansc'snd at ..tof q"o.. &t ...' c ;.it l.t!... .:._:.ft./'.A? .' ._, 1 -,. ,'v'tJ .- 'The tYestern slid Southern, }1 '_.The. shore:regard-.*>f $100lH&bo f vets.
L a .iid Fiida'at'.7: ,p:
tat mbinent-Mr.Thompson .Twtching'% glanceat *.! .'iii".t .o,,.4 jenian' n' 'frotn the, on tTuesd&yf 's; :W esday'a.atJOHNwPONS .. ft flT atplehft6n| .tyAPfffiaffiWrf SO t Sjt thfl
,:Th&t the present secretary:of the I 'hie(faC and jig ulllr'what had :'C19Se", 'siuUU' .en Cribet.can ssd lUferal wwd -.
4.- 1of ;/: parish of St'Landry'to afriendia this city says:' ;' I" : : ,;-P1.r; ; : ,get iieaaj *
.y the United .Hon,: Robert J; dwtbetterr -'' 'c1 1P x. .. ) '
tat : I happend; quietly remarked:. boa for allviniuier of=aops.ex.seed r. .11'4) 1''.4I"- "" ." 1fI118.1Sctb6gifei1otth recover althea a t
-; Our prospects ? : '.. .. .
AO' .
er'bi his assiduous attention to the duties WicliBffe lmn-'afraidtwo i -" ,. .414 ,1IN, l-,_.. -- '' ''
r Iett t alon Mr 'f "ft' "
) thing we'baye experienced fbrji num.berof "} !,. ;Y. ,
ofhastatin any : f"-i .
and ability'he mach.forottrstomacW"41Te1aughat'Iwo ta
1J"'the'iinsurpassed .athertoo "h- 4 :
r of mym ne&&tnnteare -Conu' feonand'oanelire largerthairl f to .
which "
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has;condneted ,the financial inrf Wickliffe'a'ey :, '.J't1-.asseJllJe.li k. Si1Y
.p'v. .
; ( ..the nation; th eeatlightenedviewsofecoaamy ''w..traaendons;,''and he nvas..fooI:, :" ,,'. ever't-n.'evefcsawtheraatthis. _'I '''i'.;..iiI.. .season._.. .;. .J'il of. 'theyear.yis J, \1 'p.r Steamer,. 'f.tthe .cl '! uI ,. oj tN 1i1itl' ." ,..ea M JGI1eat:'i' ..
"t. :
/ p p i- F 1 /.Y. v. ._ tL'el. .. '.."....'._. .. $' '1i.--.r.-'w stud et 1 ffordC : : ,, .
al :"which',.h4v.emanated""J. 'M.7,.. -.,-. ... \ 1 .''"- '1': .f"1.. ,' A1"1Ptft, ". 'Mi ieiesre 'Pc1owi:"' ,
; P ud the emi of his genius over the,; .. ..w .' .. \, 'ir1Uid ifni'tj ;' _> armer'5DrhSitdi t -r'. -
j quest ; ,: : .. : .r : ) f dfabanta4Go \ from 'y..r: r.!. s :or'".1'iriwir. ; rl&1'6. 10 Bt: .. ,
IYrterjiot protectton'aad tnrnmercialzeam -, L & : i'lliJ&t&! *-t'ashington "' -' '' and__ .3dedr, ; : 'V .a.'t' -. .
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vr wonforrnim as fmperiaha 4 i' 't:"' ,th 'b bettfero.U'PftA'ft:. 1a.iN'W. : or .o'oJ: .., '- i :i & &sfe ;.
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ic ..'" r -JkerifPs,Sale. '... )\ >. '.1. I v ColamfeiaCeanty iy-'Sheriff s Sale: 'I', '.' -,"':'WAREIIbtfsE: ,, .. .0' 1 \H'O"nM' E' .r': : '. .GO' "1', t 1 .,'"," ". .r'I.'. .' "S ii' y'i.. \
HfcrirtaeOf a; writ Vof fieri iSsu ,Tirtue.of. ''Writ facias issued 4 .",''' l"" -b' '"' r:.' '' '3 .l" .t : 't' VU. "' :l > UKUO : ; frfitri :. -. i7. ;:.
; ;! B. .' from'a Justice. Court; ;6f HilfeDorough"County BY."froin ihe Circuit H fcUi*' :, :'P" R"-I'. 't. 'T':' "8.13i-O"'N. : f .u ESSDQ:" HOLMD. ? OJ,:.' 1 f.. L. : ., (.
tt J ,.:State,,of Florida,'levied upon and.re- ty:''Easter Circuit.'of'the'Staie'*bf!: ridafl t. ''f .:1.{._,.'.., _. "- ...- WJII Jl", stckv.f Me4qPdh*: titbiJilldtigT',4pie4 ;r'' ,."' .
teato;;mebyaConM1I'if&e4osefdr; will expWtb \ ih"frbrit6ftbe Court'House bib*, Ppjied Stits, .I, "- :;' .
; ; tp 1i.
$ gale;before the.Court-House door inTampa:6n: door;'hr.the Town of[''Alligator' ,' to said County; :" : : ;i ; ii' ai.>he'Governaxnt{Rojl/fiar) : They hav,, ; :, ". .I1.

4' the nrajk'Monday r.in: ':September. x ,!be *e pa'the first Monday jlhAngukt &iD-,:1847,;between ? ;lttmmf" dJUm QH, ; ;; : : to their'stocV, 'bytb Ute srl I"I.i ;Eron I ; ,\ ->. '""
"Yors ,* of Dry Goods, |?ro<' .
; of ; fullwMrtin9t: i 't ) .
4 the law/ul hours sale the following described legal hours onthtdaythefol1Winde 1 ': '&li' : '
E "
: & ; : q
4 A.1P LJE' : "r.* & / c.'l. &
Hardware.- & b.ich
c pi i y/ to; 'wit:.. Thirty-nine' and .s9th''fb.ncJNW. scribed property; wit; ThtfNorthEast and \- < *, RV"THEVIUTED:"jJ$ D T.1
1i tt acres .1% of N. :E. 3: of Section'12, So. t1i-E Q artersofSection tbirtj.six(36 r( ,)' *!" Occupy the spacletts FIVE BTHOUSEj ; are prepared:to fell at reduced prices.:, : '

lIIi' t Township 26y Range'.2: 8. &.E::: 'Levied up6i Lots Noli; ; 2, 7/aijd 8.: South'EastHalfttihe No. ,(1EDAR'STREET : .Tbey are now:prepared q o :purchai ,,Cotwns,' j J ,8 rATE'entttted.An of" 't'r
the 'of KouthVWest [ ). of wbicb is detoted::to the ';'ind.her.produce cf'.the:'country, at i"d. "
as property Stephen"Hollingsworth/t Quarter of Section t irtl..si .((36,
: :
T. lot fractional< ;' 'ofthe'8ile4itkkOf. ; : Hf.MiL' &'rates,*and make[cash advances on: IN'p, ; n or h : ct ol
:$ satisfy sundry,executions in favor James ; No. 0. The North-East part '. <, ; O ii4'
No! 5.', :Also ; gtlin'1it'> to*thejr friends. SataDDab'ud; : .,: Let
; Mybeeandothers. North-West'Quarter Section 36;Lot p RITED .. : j .e8
-.New .York. _. *, .
JOm the South-East : ,/ o ) : : nr atSt. M
the Half
PAEKER Sheriff Soutb-West of : r
: iIJJ'io1Jprida; 1lth.t
i1TOWI1' Their "present: Stock. ..conssts., [ ; ; 1h! !. ;'a :new: atkjeor, Wrought ;fan : ,
; Hillsbor Fla. Quarter Section 25 Lot No. All : d
; ugh County, .6. .of dy t.
: .-to"whicb!i' would j respectfully ;eIJ :MirbJ833 j'
; ;! Tampa J61y 9, 1847.. 3t ship"SlX, Raifeand fifteencontainjng six hundred 1! 'One' ;)Tboasand...!. 'attention;of.Planters.i.they. xm&States -# AI
J pt :
ai i Orjh. u1r
eighty-sir acres. Levied upon theP'1' Embracing some ,THOUSANDS ,
t14 ': -'.' Tax,Collector's:[Notice.. erty William Cason, to satisfy saidfi.'faBX .I patterns and ,colorfogs' 'and"C ; l k.e iIJ"'NoY,, tfWatcb ,ofiAmericai. dp, .herjeKanrj '
;r, : :, ..WILL attend at the following places for the _Cd. : ,: make :-
I' favor of C-oler Bowling & thing desirable the' line,: ta w&wiH Jt a"i Wi :
j purpose of receiving the State and County ITZPATBICK 11JEEillT" 'vot :
TJB. { '
.1 tax for the .DOMESTIC :: "- 'v 'f' ? 'f be :held ,ttbeLa4Qabasee : : t
.9ir i year 1847- Sheriff of Columbia". County. All,of wbjch. are offered alter'and Jeweller.. U

? 12th.At Parsons' .Mills, St. John1s"Beach, July July 2; 1847 1m satisfactory credit, at thQ i No; .M If'. 1aIZ.T", HLtheSLate"Offl ,j4 r i t
\ dispowl.or
Columbia Sb rift8 Sale.: by.the Y'-: : .BHpt'C( tw'inform 'tbe' citizeM I ondermentibiiedsaid
County ti1\
At.CoL John Broward's July : '
;4 : At Coy's Black July 21st J virtue of a ,writ of fieri faci .. issued from PIECE 'pR Jscksonville and i its viclnity.thiitbe ; town p[St Marks, coinme ii i
L&it. Columbia County Eastern Circuit of the N receited:' '. has removed the house inv : inidayke4th of October
: At Clay Hill, R Prescott's house, July 22nd. v Styles are .) ; ,to: ay ze
h At Mandarin Calvin Reed's house, July 3 1st. State' of Florida; svill expose to publl .v.aI.in and many of them are'got tip for : Jnt'di teli- adjoining .the, one recently I wn. y ,

: At the Court House at Jacksonville; August front of the Court House door in the.To*n of AUligntor :and not to be foond elsewhere. .'c_ ,_ occupied,, as\:the., .printing .Lots t .numbered, twoihteefj07, ':.III..It'1'1t '

2nd. THOS. LDWiTII, in said Couuty on the first Monday in J. 33 Printedlists 'prices, e : ,of'the Florida Statesman and i* pow,pjrt*t ,ten!jejeveii! ,!.>!!.,fourteen,jSjeighieen 1f.

.1. Sheriff and Tax Collector. I ly, A. O.:. 1847, between legal hours on tbat'dq., day to day, iritjb er ery..yariatjon execute; with prornruitude.all orders con- netefnwn' I)" l en'l ,,!i,

t July 9, 1847 2t_ the following described property to wit: The are placed in tbe hands of buyers. with the.above line.' ,r three .eRt.ro". t nt''I2.t.enrI

t : -:--- Election_Notice. .East half e .the East quarter of Section'5Ttiwhp'6 ; n Merchants wijl be ,able to form Mr. Grot hewould;; also say, shatbejre deter re ghf.thuiy, thirlyrone, !thirty.tp: 1 .
4 : 18. Also the East of the South *
Range ; ;
will be held in Duval County I the extent and Variety of oujr a ; confine. hi. attenuoo, in future, exclusive-.' !thirty-fire, ihirty- IJI"in''I&Jit.lm t '
t'. West also the South West of theNorthWest a.
ELECTIONS the fourth ((4th) day of October : quarter; quarter we state, that the yalue of .our 1 to work ib lhese, branrbVs. He renders his I'..forty-twn, forty-hrcc, r..rtl-foIJron {
4 4 b quarter, and the South.Weetquaru.r, this oNB'A&TiQTyE is at least twice to'the.many: : friends who have given him tj-eight. 6It.fi1-1me! ; f1rlj-cW.f1 .
for Senator (of ; 'Af .
: ; ? next ensuing, {A. D. 1847,) one all in Section 15, Township. Range IS, in all
the entire stock of .goods and that bit exertions here 66(11.lia, rly il r, 112tJ
tr.: the first class) for said. County, for two Representatives three hundred andsixty acr. Levied on an ,hprop"flY patronage, Iyw. siiji'
of said County in the GeneralAssem- our1est"wboesalejobles.. will be such .. to merit it. lyfour. sixty-six, slxty.sevn,'u ll il
of William
Caion said
to satisfy wijtoffierifucias getber with the tacttha our:' From longpracti.e .io bis .business, he feel four, seventy-five! ieer7..iz
I J bly of the State of Florida for one Sheriff! one favor of John W. Pearson. I H7.t ttt
.I. : I Circuit Court Clerk one Tax Assessor Tax m 'T. B. FITZPATJUCK attention, instead being derided .J competent to ..giv8..ali.acllon; and his : entjMiine, eig.bty,eigJaty.u i ,e1IlIJl

4r Collector, four ,County Commissioners, one Sheriff Columbia County, variety of articles, are'devotee '.;will. be .moderate. 'and as reasonable'as. I eight, .ninetj,. }tyonef' winery ii .1tiiwt,
will render the .advantages which of the North nim'ty-eighri pintiy-njne' OM .
i Surveyor and oue .Coroner for .said .drtdo..
County Alligator 28th..1W7.:
; May
h4.1.! County of Duval; Also,'for four Justices of the Dr The.above sale is postponed to the first .dealers perfectly obvious; and N..B. Clocks and Watches repaired in abe best d/ed and "two pne handled ud IAre tofM hsdJ

tk4! Peace for each of the respective Justices Dis Monday in August next. 9 our care that none who visit-o.ur rj and atihi' shortest nol f. and four oive hundred and six, eae;.

: 'i triets of said County. Said Elections to beheld July shall meet with any Dec. 2&,_1845. seven,one hundred. and right,onehUodj5. '

'r .at the places and under superintendence ojf Tax Collector's Sale.' Our assortment'is complete at' ,' one hundred.,nd eleven, one bvnlred ud I
Y virtue of authority vented in me by law, I LEE one hundred and fburteea, one 'Limfr.j .
r the gentlemen hereinafter named, and who are B the year. ; JUJ, NOTICEDI .a.

:! 'I 3iereby appointed Inspectors of said Election; have levied upon the following lands, viz : P. S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of lntJ0u .of C.rtnership.: Uren, one hundred and sixteen,......jj j

4' to wit: 43000 (forty eight thousand) acres, returned to Lord & Lees, and late senior,. eighteen oiy? I hundred and ninetrrB.! }pwi Jii

;:1. At Jacksonville Precinct.-Justices DistrictNo. mo by tim Assessor, os that part of the 'Arredondo ginal .firm.of Lee&'Brew r, ( COPARTNERSHIP. heretofore fElling, and twentyine hundred'and iFrnrj/wo,_"
under the firm of WM. SWAIM & SON '
I Grant in the of Marion. dred and one
tying county he withdrewsome time tw.eniy-ihree, boAdre/1
.i-. Inspectors.-Farqubar Bethune It b- nection dissolved ad.l
I no the 21st July.last, by the
, ] .ert Bigelow Oliver Wood. "Also. 320 (three hundred nun twwty) acres ed business in connection with foot,one hn/tfrrjand 1.. II..b,tpetbf r.."iii
the Wmi
of said Swaun and the business
L : j At Slack Creek or Garey's Ferry Precinct.I .- returned Hacket.. by the Assessor in the name of Patrick Judso.n, and assures his friends ., and will I be in future conducted .by the the portion the donation ofl the following naped Jots, .tto,.
R. e/edby often '
. :%: : .Justices District No.-. Inspectors.-Elijah concern shall have the same ribf.ar. whip has hud the sole jejtrarje of.th a.t.e*,.made 10
hundred nnd Tallahassee Ratlrpad
hc; ?,' ; Blitctu:. George Branning, Solomon Morgan.At AUo,790 (seven ninety) acres this 'branch of trade, which of the Panacea and Vermifuge for Company: 1. .
; for 1845 Col. RnwU, tax due for be.red '
[tax paid by } fifty-nine, sjjtty ,
Mandarin Precinct.-Justices District No. guistLed the other two houses to '; P''t'a
. last fourteen .
A. D. 184(>. returned in the name of jKmg J Jy B. yeans.The .en..t.o.sevrjity-tbree, ,
Reed EbenezerEv- longed. June 25 eagsJ.Iwoig."
I .4(4. r--'- InspOOtors.-Calvin Gihb?;ideality .unknown, no numbers.returned by Panacea will be put op as ,osual in round and i.inety-fo.ur. "
::i .eleth, Charles Byrne. ., fluted longitudinally .witbj the '
Tax A enor. following The ofiVriT-g of. he abovementiniiett
j t At St. Johds Beach Precinct.-Justices District MEW blown ; lt.fi_"5j"
the m'
sale before .on gla :- Swt. Fanarea, the
!. I hall oiler for within legal hour*, rommenced vn day Hppoin,eJ .ao
.. .r No. -. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs .," and the rpade i i. jroe.J.
only change 'the
Mon- name ttle
the Court House door inOcala. on thffirat same ortltrin w !ich they ,.re'.4'.rt Jr
It: Amander Parsons Lewis UNDERSIGNED, having Vii
jI Christopher. day, the 6th day of( September next, all of,the a- THE under the SW AUf ..t.mped'o.n1M sealing wax.' all t'onvpni..nt d lrlllch. unlit the'* I".baJlltTt
; : At Cedar Creek, at the School-House now occupied hove described land, or as 'much thereof as will style written on tbe label covering the cork, and a been fttorp and the ale ihu elo; de

: :i by.De Cottes.-Justices District No..-. be sufficient to satisfy the amount of .tax'dun the WRIGHT & label for the aisle of the biitt1ecompoed 'of saje nhall not he ktjitopn Ipngf-r thf n two

Inspectors.William Braddock,James Chris- State of Florida for 1845. together with the amount lathe wo/U, compti.i.ni.nine. .different and no private entry tua/iy lot wU| Be. a..p.

W; .topher, and David Turner. due the SI te.and county of Marion..,(for the yearA. Hnverented the store recently' ,which have been turned f u*,the exclusive use until after th*> exniialum of tl;<> twi ''wri i< '

't i At ThomasvUle Precinct at the house of Will- D. 1846, and all I legal CO:4t.lhat may accrue P. CUTTER. nnd would now i he proprietor, by Draper &-Co., bang nol en- : .GIVES.nod.r my "hand', nt the Cuy Wj& .
4 iianx Thomas.-Justices District No. -. In- or public patronage who dt"sire.lo r ..Qf Philadelphia. Four dieV of diffetent .
. thereon. ID. BOWSE. Sh'ffandEx tcp, thw rWP"I\ r", Iay of A In y, Anne Ubiit
J I Rpectors.-Abram Besscnt, William Thomas, officio Tax Collector for Marion Co. GOODS CHEAP Ff>R form the body of the work and 'in.the rllclUlCftl1c1 "irrt )iyi.Int.d'aad. t rtJ.Ie 1'L' .'

tjt j .James Odnm. March 5th, 1847. .6m They are now receiving and will. ij a portrait of the late Wm. Svraim. sepa B/the President<: .
. ., ;f ; At Clay Hill Preciw/- District No. i from the ,borders by two circle .of lathe .
on hand ageneial Msortmentof JAMES. K. POtt.- '
j Lt 4 -. Inspectors -Edward B.Brannam,Henry. NOTICK.ALL The words "SwaimV Panacea;' are en RICHARD: YOUNG. I'i'",
o-r interested
indirectly ,
: d .Bennett, John Moore. notified directly the that Dry Goods,. Groceries, conspicuously on two tinned. strips. and a ..Commisaur' tit .h". G"nr.il T.And Oc .

1 f j: Polls tobe opened at 9, A. M. of said day.or in conformity hereby with 'Act by of the undersigned legislature, of Shoes, Hats, &c., semi-circular dje forms the uppej margin.-

I i as soon thereafter as practicable, and to closet Florida entitled an Act thereestablUhment Which they pledg- themselves tn border. are cornpnsed of pl&in lutbe. .ork NOTICE.fn '
: five o'clock P.M. "An to .,outride of hkvli is IvttcrK ;:
((5)) LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, a engravedJo| small I
of the Records of the of .Columbia
Witness hand this 29th day of June A.JD County entty.of the copy-.wrigbt. pursuance of t h..uvi.i".J. .ibeHpprovrd iCZ'C.fre.Ii .
2 my ment for CASH CUSTOMERS to call ,
and for other purpe1; Rpprovtd January I ; 24l Main{,, 1833
.r ; Haying coma to the determination
Gth, 1847, they will file in the Clerk's Office qf : ,
? Judge Probate of Duval, August, 1846.SWAIM'S a town a-stfIlIIkl.! W".tt'T '
3 County BOOKS and their
to buy )
r the District CoutTor said County wri- ,
, paper and Rerfrver .,f ih. LWt tnfitllU. TnlWgi.ff .
July 9th 1847. for the Ca.h. shAY will he enabled -
. _- lin!. Durnoriine!to bfla CODY of a deed.or2if.from I will qJf'| '.'quire.l.w riU.t' : 'Jd i'
4 CH-EAP or than they ,
in vnancery.I Henry Jonesdeeo4e4to his daughter Caroline( .
15 CURB Scrofula. Gc,rnl value .bfiy jmpr.oj pjent* shb
or Dvliility, '
sed elsewhere.
OF FLORIDA Mattaire, the original deed having been defrayed ", In v" | made" .
lIingUleumaiilm, PUeases of the may 'n on ih* l if* t IN A3JD FOB. THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGH. fire the first of November, EGBERT ; ..
f by ,on day J8.4P* I/The/ N. B. Hide and other j"t.'i' \'' aDd Skin, and all Disease arising froth, tbi h'r.'c1arr.uio.'. re.ptriivrh, av l IN parch.. .
1 .John W. Robarts
} introduction said for the country
. copy made purpose at public'.A or ihibtItia'
in exchange lilr.Guocl.. ril t'.of die (Blood, or the e ects uf Mer I -' any lotupoit ,
vs. > Bill for Divorce. the ol! and gf the ,
.. perpetuating jtct* purpose ori .".. such impniT.eme t..other ihaiHktthnll s.w ettLntf.
I ; h Jackwnville, M.ichJ9th. 8$7. '
; Perm liaS.H.Robarts
ginaJ \&.IM'S'. PANACEA.has be njTpr mi.relhan iIraddln4)n.z.)the"mire tu Unpaid.D'tbr U.
.4 '
.a ,,;: ., IT appearing to the Court from the Bill filed CAROLINE: MATTAIRE. BAPTIST '1' :tiyt"ar"C Pbratt'd.in thin country mid In ;. Slates. I*, arid Hereby, is. requirrj.:pajtattuwni'r .

in this cause, that Pennelia S. H, Robarts. I By.JAMES S. JONJCS, Ageni ur for.its vvtraordinary cures--for the certifi:: of 1.0 improvtrnrntii.. *.... .,.;, uf fI1
the Defendant in this case resides out of this 'la.June 4th, 1847. .3m AND .
Alligator of which reference i* made In \he dir..clinIlA. V ihu .M-rriaii..td ;, Dud if ps1mnt .ihnrff
. ; ;t .State so that process of law cannot be served NOTICE. FLORIDA EMl books' (which mpy be liatl. gratiwaccompaiy- h.all. not be made upon rhf.davoM.wbirh.she oat

1 b upon bet, according to law. persons j interested ore hereby notified that- the;abacea. wn*'e piirrhaxrd. I he-Jill .lmll ,Iw..a;nui oflpublie.s .(

L IT is .THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said ALL Month after the date hereof, tbeundersigned. THE. Subscriber proposes 'to has been used In hospital and pr.tvMtepractf! .le on ihP n. ilwy !'C fl '/'iid ch m

Defendant be and appear before the Circuit Administratrix and ArlmiaittralQC with n Jacksonville. East: has had the singular furfmie of.bp.ng rerom-: 500 shaf|.tlor be capable of ..Ctiwkien !.'IlUre.

Court of Hillsborough county) to be held at the will annexed ofJeste Standl, deceuwfl, will ly newspaper, of the above title. It by the milu celebrattrd. prrj icians and of that "ror.ny,uthej-) |tot oflVrrd l"t jtProvidjcd gaeblrs1r

;t Tampa, on the second Monday in October, A. D. apply to the Hon..Judge of I'robnte fur Afochua traliin politics; hajl contain general eminent persons. Amuiiff .ither.liy Thut jray lot .noofer: .and biIIUffa

:li 1847, and defend said .suit: or the 83JIle..wiU be 1 County, for a final settlement of their accounts as anrt.fn, 'Religion,shnjl be frank and (iibson, M. D.. Professor of -$qrgery, Pat.. thn Jat"day of the p'ublic iz*|ipy .1" U'ItA. U.tipaiid .

taken as confessed. such and discharge.from the further Admu iltra- Ibe paper wlln4vocat. llie faith" Air.lbe lame may be."..If'pri te iy

;I1..d, I And that a copy of this Qrder be published Lion of.s"i !, : iin one of the of this State for the and shall bt parUcnlarly devoted to .
newspapers DICEY STANDLEY, Adm'x. Y.University. 4t was bill off an ttn the.owiurp(, ..

: .space of three months, according to law. SEABORN.J. STANDLEY. AdmV. ; oflhA-SolIben'"nd South Western : .-P. Dewees. M. (P.., Professor ofMidwifcnr,'S .provfments, the previva ertYstbeeof. {... .
.r, GEO. W. MACRAE, Newnansville E. F., June 4th. 1847. 6mNOTICE.n secular and Religions'! improvement ( UniYt'r.ia,. ." .

". Judge Southern Circuit Florida. Flortdn, it hflll consider at iu i 'M.. D I;, Professor Physic, "'. By,th Act of C"ngffM ,yforesaid W :

:c : ,.& true copy: demands the gation.. Toreprove-vice, tn promote / ,, price of each town lot i i..6fr'4[-.t i. i .
[ 4 I ,: E. A. WARE ALL persons having against Esj evnie>tle mind to the worship of { lars
Clerk | IA arjd of
each ut lot,
of Peter Oalztel, 'late of Columbia' -.P rkf';1\1. D., President i College PhrjicisRi at twenty- }tgl I.'f'Bcr.

I11t l .. By J. ,W. ROBARTS, D. ,.C.2s County, dt cE'u'ct. will pr *ent the same within to improve the wordly condition. of S I ., 5- .' .S ,-.
:. be its features.
.July 9th, 1847 .3ni six month to'the subscriber, or they will be bar-, leading ..Del Valle. Professor Medicine, Havana. RICHARD .M IOtJNGxj
Titus FuR OR \T&AR:-Fortwelv! : : Commissioner oT the Gi-ner I IJI i '
::4 In Circuit Court. rod forever. six Lourenco da Luz, .PrufesjKir Surgery,. S .. '. ,'
copies $5; one $1.. J
: 4 copy .
4 EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA will bt.pxwctf'd in.ncale.. ? .r -
Administrator Qhipman Member Royal College Surgeons S. W. DOG6ETX'S ,.' .
f'ILi: COLU '3IA COUNTY, TO WIT: officio. (Cf. All letter Addressed to' the ,
tr : Alligator, Fab 19th. 1S47., 6m *. -. :
December Term 1847. be' ;
postpaid.N. SEiSJIJif AJttC:
: \. Minister : : :
Ute .
"" Frying, Spain.
r-11 < Archibald H. Cole James B. )) NOTICE. .'B. The first number.will be". : .

I i "Cole,and George W. Cole part1Ji Iio" LL persons haying demands.against die e. first Tuesday June nextiJAMES .' Thomas Pearson. Major General British .". .Ecour't"of instruction purnri: $ l '

-' ners, &. using the name and Attachment: tale of John C. Clyde, .late. .of Columbia / ; -1., .School, i. (founded upon the rrinri cillt.:

1 .style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to, County. deceased will 'present the same within Jacksonville. Fl..April 3hh.. ;? .Robertson, Briliah ConsuI.e. &c. 'duction. danJtI"J1.: .Student who areDpV I

'.: vs. $171 50 six ..month to the subscriber or they will be bar- ': also, the wonderful: cures>.efiected by red to entercollpj-e. .may v here; puMue'll V'j
{ Nash and red & PMnaeea have for, many years.made it.po' lIileaUJdiftu bilf those who.' "
Hezekiah A Mer- Bond filed for forever.. FORWARD D. ,' are rtpt eI1I.!

F4: Wfl rick Barnes,partners&c con$343 00 THOMAS B. FITZPATRIC.K. .ATTOK EYS AID... COTJN8j9iMil8 ,remedy;i The Panacea d .es not con: for n.pn>fo.eion..ran.elfr.t such'braoshibest a Il5 t

: !: It i. .etituting the firm of it A. Nash. .. .- Administrator., I:x',:officio". 03": .Will practice in the several C }mercery:in ,any form! ,..and -being an. inuneent: Apit.ibeir object'in fifv. \ :"- A'
S .&. .. Alligator, Feb 19tb, 1847. ,6m and Egiiity, ; in the Eastern Circuit'of '. !,' may.* be gfveo" to the moit tenideriO-" "; Thw/regulatiwBVor Tnslitallq?'|rffcfiDWj.
gjL : "hUE Defendants and all others Interested '' --. WII.A. ; ? / ,5 wiibbi i iA iile nVsign nf, mo""I'i jn ttfltc ,
In CIrcuitourt. .: It.U &I\D.St.
d '
: :who arerconpnf in .largenumbers en .1)and rnciral advancement of its .
are hereby of the commencement ro
_ .-of the above entitled.suit by Attachment,ire- CowityofPtwal EASTERN CiKCUiT: In or.C4anctr iLoRUJA. [ALDRICK NewnansviHe., ., taaf| ''tn"hot: c1inttes i ,are pecaliarly! !liuble.to i : : Th*>'discipline i !is!intended to beauicdypirf4 b..z.t

.turnable to the December Term : "WIL'F ( forms dUease. .rl..ng.lrJm vfiiatVd state .Th.1rrcu.ptordiainsm' cnltivaler i'ii1P
of "I
said Court JobnC.I'elot Charles H. Pelot 4T t : .
) . . blood and of ,
., to wit-the third .Monday December nextand -.- of all = -' } a want clennline! .nd varnTtv pils. ,.ft abiti. i,of khvl; anti f amaliar:inirroane.!
Administrators and ATTORNEY
.in4lIlAr'the iAND.COt1NSJLLOB.. I ,:These.diseases io frequently ,
regular iiuiprinipplef
,. toinfjience
1V are required to appear ur plead to the Guild and. '' i tbemjraifieriibj appeal t'stl. *:hcttfli
ChattelRights and
: defiance '
Jacksonville 'apd renderjbeir ,miserable or
declaration Bill Pr : i hfberthaUb7 .j
therein filed for jever
according to law. Credit*.,of'James D. '
.Pelot do
JOHN p SANDERSON ceased' '..- rat* ,distnbuti \WiLL attend to any business entrusted both useless I anrl.expensive iothirmuters; f racefulpiin!'hrn. pt.; ,?'./ .'*
'; 'nafns.sets 4 .in any'of the Coun in .theE j p.l.nt.e.wo. st dy,th"5r:qwninterests:as :Anliraa accqunt.pf, deliquencrrof. ev Plaintiffs'Attorney.
: vs. FI "d L"'-j ',. 'as |hiot.:: humanity'', :by"keer."I[ '\.' a and ao.of the 'of i
Alligator Florida June & ;ofr:Estate i J';'' : ,ii "t "" 1 ys ry scholar, degrr ;atjamrn! <(
25,1647. 4m Herman,Hooker ,' .
Charles \
Bying- bf t n'. which I
Sw Panacea : .to
> of .which
: iriviVb
&c.&c. 'L' : appears Is kept;.a ropy _sccoU. ,connexi '
p -"V NOTICED ton, ns Hooker &Byingtoh i 'Isaac1 : F.E L ItX" I'y-N: G : '
and for .. only thing i which"c' btrjf lied>n in och j the.regular'term bill,.transmitted .toJerel1
k WEEKS after the N: Risden, William M. Rudon, -an : *'* r ..
I SIX. date; undersigned will InJuncuon..Bagg AITOUNEYAT: tAW, ; J'e'.rf urrat.or gardishoiay'd. iinin..TfS .
rw ply to the; Honorable Judge of,Pro- Charles ,P.' ,Leeds &Jfames ,.B.; "% ..r..c.c 1I [ tail'price hasjaeen reduced'to One DoUx F R.i1.s: : o1.TyLTr.'WLZIs.
iTwteof, theCounty'ofHillsborough: for !; Risdon, Leeds,& Baggf,' ,.1 J A "' : : : three ,,. I
o' Letters Will practice in all the:.Courtr ; FiflyCents per:bekfe.ntaInmg 'HiAhf3-Brr3cb.J. '.- ,.tS';O/' .
creditors 'ft
Administration on the Estate of John et.al. &c. &c. J'J three bottlei forJFour,Dolla'cs
,M. Circuit A;.t: March'10.x > pint ,)or ;Common Biaijches ?i' "
::4 :Stafford' .deceased lat TT.l aviniJie ii made'to>ppear1o the =% : ft 'r J: *r .ogr.
v4: ; ( r. Ne1'Orleans'. aid. ,satinfacX r ALSO, SWAUl'S VEpMlFOG! z Latin and Grk1lasicieira| .. : ,
.State Louisiana. o ; tion of tbejCourt by.a: Sidavit; .that'cevrral 'of : i; UGUS.TUS:: valuable Medicine "
,: : .. 'C., ,.,.. .. ; Family ,being a highly BJK, ,:Lesson* in Fr jcJjVp Y en:t.the reqtjeit cent 1
the Defendant '
i named the Bill of j' ': "
t t ? her ; '' } Complaint fi.J kATTORNEYtND: ':CODNSBLLOR\ .nm ) for all4lt ea es jtrisin/f. from'D bi- ; -: : -. ..

; 1 i *..;, ; SUSANNA 'W STAFFORD, St ledin-.' of ihe Florida,ibovo','entltled.dus"' nit'bPyo'nd ih_ .ide7oiit ti. .t-'-the .And Commissioner"' '*oft Duds o]'the : : ( : (i Digestive Organs, such as:\& .;Choi-' I nf par'ijW!' ra.wn.from'-(he Scnd'of 1wtqtI .(' .
: markJOSHUA : jurlidi 'of yi* Mofbu Fever tl
and .
,Dysentery AgueBleiding
Jhe WMIOIJ, for. bji
; l t t 'nicticutwithln; smiler the State 'except. .rfasPrracipsi \ 'p .
'( 4 t* [" ."STAFFORD. ihi. 'CrnW i, ftifQ ei '. j on., f/i, ry "5'"':,- u'.t\'j'_. >f"J" ." .. : ; Sic! He CI. h.;. :, ;':.j sit.: ;plllJ1rh.- z pprovi s, wilF be.reouired topai t1 't

ttt 1. ;:: ompa l une 2. ,:1847. 6w Ya1e14Esq.F.Solicuor. -','.ad\- r f J'* U.'J" '", :t V.p4 ,- ': 1 ; which. 'm'my:be had::gratis)accompanying, ,'the" .uneiplrdpnrtofth8tieaInn.: ; :: ';:' "'
i "'h: NOT C&. njulCharles ORDWIKD. That the siiid Herman Hooker '". .CHARLES'.. .. ,.... >"...:.H.' s, ,' .,,., .'. ,V .;; ", -.J r dt1fucllon wilt be'marfe.in lh*charge' rta
ByiflgQ&.a.BOOktr& Hying ton.': v.- "' '' .aiSws3th's; ,Lb<>niiory. Si'eitb& ilfpr occasional attieticr. 'brr .JI"
44 .4 rfllHE Co-Partnership hereta&re ezistingunderthe Isaac N. Rildon.Willi m'M.1U.i Charles F.* :ATTORNEY tAJiD CO .. ; ; ;( t : :
bejow and for
Chesnutphiladelpbia; ; tracted
>JL. firm '' Witt :practic'o.inihe/s ; ; 1 cknissqafriiigli :put eIdiwummtheScbuiI'propir
T of COLE- everat$
RICHARDS &\COjis Leeds,'and"Janies B/Baggs/JBS Rlsdon Lends7&: '
; '.* retpectabie:DrnegUts i intthe'ynii: < Sutes.f itI.1nade. !
,; ;'herebydio1Ye4 by .mutual consent:r All Baggi; H..G."O.tBahcocK;James "B.. Morgan; Eastern. Cit* iiofFluridat. -.business. :: ![ .0. ...'AaIO"NTS.... ... ,.- .: ded4on : "
: his'careviUiheei _
T41 hjtvingclaims 'H ;.. with fth .l ( 'S .t"iJ
ipeirsona 'B I prumpt' "
againstsaid'firm John.Mall '
will, r.ry on; ryj!Chester'Bisbee" '- ybrW H;H Scbiefff l liri.&jCoj f' ',Patro
ktTh :-'them :J a ki iivillf&iF:, J'uo.4 ::1847" geiilcftedfropiioiieb; 'L
.jplease' present for. settlement 'to"kH.. Japb' Guu l :jrc; .Bi.b CcAmos\P.: : .
E.n.va.n &I .
dOlf : : nqu.iW.n6d'D! in thii'abilitrity u4!
.Oole or> E.H'Richards. ; iaad'-aU' those ShurnwayV and J 'oilien ., <- J.1
.p I ,, indebted tMJt ilujr.d't6"BppearjBnd'answer ,-," '' .:SOTICE.[ eo.' : vf'r iEng. Evans/Sea,&_Co, S, of the Principal > S. ,:::; "I
"it said firm' 'trill plea e make payment without sai 1:Bilj j !or aiptalnt Ihhlifiar f; rnpnihs, :SIX MONTHS !ltr4at.1hlJ: : ,..L G.Melut.' [ ,; ;. The.ichool; .is.now in al

: 1 delayt6 dther.of.the aforesaiparti e: *?:.." or,",thejiame :.will betaken. 'ii..coafes'sed"against1 n&l.:And VoUobew/ai : isorrAlex;Cr flflhIflO1tj
; :: ; !
W -. : > .t 1 Tbenl4fiig'1*+ Urgestructorp .:f qpuTindioQ.I',
A"I ; A \COLE th.aa. ; .'t :v-! : .' -. v'J. .' '' of. :Brown;IatHonorab1e eJ Ngsiau? } ,
; { ; county;, !: 1 .,o. _; :, -. :: ,' fP JlJ.T.re dbFloridaLo1j1
: H. RICHARDS !' : 1St1''I'I"O"O"I
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:.c- t} Orderduly critfied,by the Clerk' .f':this Cour f bejual1i.bed for a fiisis1tIm.nt"Oiah1( | :* .: t!I 'S". ..! ''('1f. ;) xi,: i .,: '.Th1AlIo'onorweUikalubt1!
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: .dtlt :! ; .BythAt'y.Lo : : ( i in me'N ewspaprpnntd witliir"h: the same:tlmeapjjorJeItes \. ; o .
I accvssl:
'j tf.L ;:, : J. eaiy'of ::Board! fo bet %
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2 -Cedii.;Keys .Junc.O, '1 7.IJJ.'f Ie'rnCir ''J i fE'iorid'rnje'A l 'Week'! .eun.'PCu; soch.4Ex cut'r t ;,f wWcbj.ali ri D "i : Ic t --,HutfD..I!.;.&: ;" :.' :' I .rates fir te.Jflhi!ptnrnible JaJbP'
m "i': respectaforward v
io !( ;,,- ,". ,'. ," iveIy,'r r.f i-monthfi .. ,'. t;r 4' 1 L ..I1I14LtPIRf644IrCdLOI&bR. ; nbU'- ," 5 \ J .. ,> .
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E 1TEJiereby authorize uTHQMAS".W...PAB--' -'v'1." "X' '" U DAS"ulg; ; ; '" fl.l''k.. .1J'OuNrA"'CAVEOO. a., ; ,> t ''L "' ''1' Si:, .
J: ilr:OSCAnvH ItT :ClerkjprM id:C rt dO. MCh 12t137. ,.I -. 5" --0'II' < fo't : '
'WW' ; ZP ; : 'I t''C
SONS, toiettle and adjust:such debts 7' AdrniuIstiatOr'S S \ : r.r.i
1. police- "
''IT. r hereby cejtifyjLe abn iH boji;tr .. ..._.:.; ; : 1
.ic"mu' maybe due.q hatcflhnot.C,. le' Qrdeautii.4emI: jta J" .1* 1-- ort6' .*:an A.* ?.t.7I"Nr'iftJ': d 1"'O"'ICE" df; MONTHs.Tter.C tfj'I"shali l{;i presVn t.my: .t ;LL JDdp .a! t l tf.1fA.C / .:
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