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 30, 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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those averse tp;:racing > -uC4R&rn.Rw
required,will be continued until forbid I. ; | ft" :.Une ,'e&j-At.the c Sanday'28tli dayrof Vfotghton V
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:jgwr4 (or.1fl. Sam Houston had" iie The: battle of Cerro Uftrdo
of the cosiataccd:oa
i do to be.beat evaded a direct saying, exHinstrengtliiIwetj; joftheArab on. 'It',
fe doIUrs will be charged for all announcecandidates ; 'atttchment [called"his:U "' was fedaytheISthdayXApraK ?. *4{ ,"
/ for ofhce.M '{the wooden board,if used nomi illiinight.; horses,' ,is ,give ':by Lanurtine in ying"arteflery, and 'was'. foufpounder -- f St '..: t j : .
for Six 110 00 posiblynotlutt'thenetY" V his beautiful Travels ..the. ,lashed with a piece of raw hide to the "'"
squire, Months j I in East | .,
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japce; to Debtnn and Creditor, i : 10 00 The anxious widow had, been >mesnwhlleV ; ."An Arab chief,'.with his tribe had attacked A ja k. When the tee'was dischar fDt D T1ao

jpfScafion for Letters Administration 5 00 watching the movements of the boat the rear, in the .night, a caravan Damans; and ged it"would. throw the, animal' forwardon his .ited.,a mnagerie.atV: $ a: n I
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plundered '
notice will be inserted grttni- -, :with such force as to ,detain a ont before'a ieularlyhideous'
tTAU religious and- began to' participate the general excite it: when loaded with their howev him in that pa mon-
ment. At last she approached the captain,and er, the'robbers were overtaken on"their spoil "position until the piece waS'reloaded,:and as he key, exclaimed, "whatla:res mblaac to'the J
:1I admusable personal communications. wills return rose and brought it within Hon..,Mr.--, $V The words V V 1 ..
behind were
remarked that thar was a craft 'sai by some horsemen of the Pacha of range of ,the Mexi i scarcely apo- V
\rlJ11"1! "rlver.tisP\e.nu. V Aere/who cans, the match was ken when he turned and .to his
applied and V
fast. killed and astonishment
in* ling dreadfully several bound away went the ,
jjT AH bJIU for Job Printing. must be paid on V theremainderjyith jackass
gpiirJ nf the work.CnTWWIIIIC'IOnS. "Why, really, madam so there is!" was'the cords. In.this state C bondage:'they brought ,thunder on and-his flame face and knees," andy away,went ae saw had, standing'" at his aide:thvj' manwhora' : I'
and PIimtCLb .
be address1 to one of the prisoners death-dealinc.bails and g jour pardon.
Atl, most answer. named Abort el'Marck to said ; .
fIt11TT a HAZZARD. pg.tyg p5i4. u Wai, .you ain't agoin' ter let her go.by/ar Acre and laid him, bound, hand 'aid 'foot head away!:went the Mexicans in scores,'heels .over the remark'had the gallant Colonel,iVomdnot' have'made1
'Verily this 1 inownthat
V wounded was one of the you was
you? as he was .at'thentrance inventions so near
s of their, '
THE EMIGRANT.. w Perhaps: it would be dangerous to increase tent as they slept during the jught ,Kept.awakeby The- >.Guan&?; -'r NatuTal... = me; audI; am.yVtm4s: the: most humble-'
< apology
translated from the German or Freiligrath,..by Pie fire, Ma'am." thejain:of his wounds,the rat heard ous loo' in Bisttry.-rAn amphibi my onplardonaWe'rudeness, but"
g looking first
C. T. BROOKS.1ottakemyCyeSaW3Y. bothered and his passe four office at insulted e1Jiber'otCon
!The old lady was returned to horse'sjneigh at little distanp and yesterday'wIthhatwV.tO -

jier Oq The object of her,regardf Tras approaching desirous to stroke, for the last timis the ,being ing anima He us, a,'nondescript look :atthaT1t1at!liose.faC !A8. iflYVVtiXIfl bUt tOteJ1.and; hen '
compan Vailed :
from you, ye busy, bustling baud, too rapidly, however, for her peace of. ion of his life i he dragged,himself-.bound as he ,It would fseem it, a Mexican'guana._ me'itl tell hf'hadc tO:. '
four little all to see you lay mini (That sentence is entire from Q P.E. was,.to his horse, which was picketed Ifttle topographical Judging from the general i wig can 1h ther I' iiht V t V pOIO.gizet .J

Each in the waiting boatman's hand, James.) She again>Wde tracks'7! for the anti. distanceJ (PporjfriendJsaidhewhatwillyotf;' ture occasi appearance) her of the guana,'as if na- youorto the,.'m'oUie1 V -V V eVV-

racing man exclaiming do among the Turks 1, You will be sh/utw and after freaks' of eccentricity, 4 '
un Beat
Yemen,that from your necks set down Ok.I Captain do jest put two or.three more der the roof of a khan, with the horses of tural pursuing a jstraight forward and'na .- Dye Dangerovs.r Sbian are remarkable. ,.

Your heavy baskets on the earth, sticks of wood on that fire I pacha or'an aga' ; hd"longer will the women and a ,that combined course,would in suddenly produce something .esef persons Einkjng" :qp.to.i' ...the ba.-' .' .\ '. -.I' I

Ofl tread, fro German corn baked brown, "Musn't waste wood, Ma'am." children of the tent bring barley.'. liarities of strange..contrast all the pecu bitual use t1u y ih& fm" .

Qerman wires on German hearths,-, ,"Wai, forHeving's sake, halt th 'nothinelse' milk, r OTdourra in the hollow you of their band jects. Now fifty the;,e1l'.JookinffP-pjad familiar ob dye h viBg-poisoned the nunut, capillary cel V
o.. board that you can make it burn with' longer wjll you gallop free as the wind t ;no behind and guana' has ife fore legs put on M;'oizeUeMar' th>'great actress,a* ,
Egypt its
with braided < hind .
11&you, queues so neat in legs not oajy renresented'uh !>een on e"of the: q t V
Forest maidens slim and brown "I don't think of any thing,madam, except- the"desert; no longer will you cleave with .but fastened on backwards put on before victims. ..,. V
BUck and V
ting hams." bosom the upside down. t.. jV
your your waters of the Jordan which "
Haw careful, on the sloop's green seat When its mouth is shut it is as tight -- I _,
The old reflected cool as V
lady moment but she sides an
your as as the foam of oyster -
You set your pails and pitchers down.. pure your lips. ; and as destitute of lips but let it An 7l'Leg'' l t .-The Governazflcnt.V .
If I
could bear the suspense no longer,and; with the am to be a SlaTe at least free. its ; smile,and '

41! oft have homes cool shady tanks expression of a person going into fits, exclaimed : Go: return to our tent, which may you you know go so any head ears.opens way back of its ears, if it has Governor Comlei1l"SWII.3qu.oddy.Indiaut.,'and seven or eight of the qmm r's. .

These pails and pitchers filled for you; well; tell my wife that'Abou el,Marclc will return Its body is annotmce to "
Missouri's silent banks "Ptrf 'em on! Captain Put 'em.on! Who i no more; but-put your head stilt into the horn shaped like a guana's and has a the. world ;through the vEostpioit SentineL that
r far comb set have
$, Shall these the scenes of home renew. keers! Who's afeerd I ain't! Fd derned I folds of the tent' and lick the hands of my be- and small scales on all the top of. it for ornament, they Selmo to given in'their votes Joseph Lolah .

site rather be busted up than beat, any time!- loved children.' With th words as his hands over it, forBO.cause what repreen the P'm'Apioddytnibeotin
ever we could : Indians tie
He stone-rimmed fount in village streets PUT 'EM ON!1" were tied he undid with his teeth the fetters those of a duck as perceive. its eyes resemble Maia.e. present V legislature of the. State of

There oft ye stopped to chat and draw-, The shouts which greeted the old lady's "re which held'the courser bound, and set him at a storm instead, they are supposed to lookin ,

the hearth and the familiar seat- marks" would almost rival those sent up before liberty; .but the noble animal,>on recovering its work and down.turning in their sockets they
tiles childhood Jericho the freedom up It appears to be The last Martinsbnrg (Va.).Gazette says that V
pictured your saw. or Monterey-arid even boat appeared instead of bounding to the desert perfectly '
away -, good natured when
to share in the enthusiasm, for her pad- bent its head over its it is angry, and it don't try during the preceeding fortnight not less than
lD8.Ster7 and seeing to bite until
Soon. ,in the far and wooded West dies seemed immediately to double the numberof him in fetters andon the groundtook his clothes it wreathes its face in a smile. Its twenty slaves absconded, or'were detected:In V
Shall log-house walls therein, be graced; their revolutions and it was not long before gently in his teeth lifted him and set off i. however, is its great feature-that is inde. the attempt to escape from their masters in
at finite it
goon. many a tired, tawny guest her ambitious rival was left at a distance which full speed towards home. Without up resting After its length and variegated in its color. that vicinity, 'Three oCthem succeeded in

Skill sweet refreshment from them taste. the passengers xf the first unanimously declared he made straight for the distant ever but well you examine the guana, generally and reaching a"f'r State," one of whoa was caught V V
particularly, the conclusion is forced 'and carried. back id. Martinsbarg.r
"lent enchantment to the view. known tent in the upon yon .
mountains V
of Arabia. He that it -*\ 4*
shall drink the Cherokee was made '
From them out of the oddS
The arrived and'ends of
"widow" was a perfect "lioness" for the there in
safety and laid his
Faint with the hot and dusty chase j remainder of the safe master lizards, butterflies, snakes and confectionary Jrw BMineuofTennesse&r-'official report
tripmd on arriving at her at the feet of his wife and children and is .
JQ re, from German vintage ye destination was agreeably surprised by the full and immediately dropped down dead altogether the most extraordinary in- to the'Legislature Tennessee sets down the .
Shall bear them home,in leaf crowned grace. with fa sect, bug or animal that ever lived. capital,employed in the V V
J r return of the money she had paid for fare and tigue. The whole tribe mourned him the irobuslneasoftbatV V .
freight together with "them" hams poets celebrated his ; State at $4,100,000, land the akaual products at '.
accompanied fidelity and his
o.say, why seek ye other land 1 ; name is Impartial Witness.-The, Courtier, E- the amount V *' "
vale by a most urgent invitation from the Cap still constantly in the mouths the tats Unis same
The Keckar's hath wine and corn; of Arabs of the French paper published in New
tab, that whenever she trav ned that route again Jericho..-LAXAHTINE. Voyage dam York V
l'Orient in
Fall of dark firstfce Schwarzwald ;vi speaking of the
Spessart rings the Alp-herd's horn. she would accept of the best berth in his 236, EduL, 1836. This beautiful anecdote paints, sident in that city reception of the'Pre- A ZTista&e. appears that during the entree
boat free of tIle Times. the pays a remarked tribute of of the President ,intoNew-Ycrk of V
expense.-Spirit of manners and the horses of.Arabia better respect to the political some"

Ah! in strange forests ye will yearn than thousand volumes. It is unnecessary to .. Itsays"The intelligence of our people. the crowd assejj led.mistook'Dixon' H.,Lewis, V

For t ;e.ree13 mountains of your home A JEWISH BANKER. say,after it,that the Arabs are,and ever will be President's of Ala, for the object of thezr attentions, and .
The London Punch is publishing the first reception has., been cordial, many were heard to say that Mr.:Polk the 1 c
ToBeatsch.landrs yellow whea fields turn-. now a series horseman, and have the finest race of and worthy as well of his position chief ",. was 1 '

In spirit o'er her vine-hills roam- burlesques upon the writings of the modern horses in the world. gistrate of the country, : as ..of *..h.'as ft'IO.G* .ma.'**-* 'fattest. man they fDa did see.,, i
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English novelists. the best of theseis whose guest he is., We othitonotic'e eA .j
Among A Slue OffflT-'A.'bl1 Dfhlia is so much' :
How will the forms of days grown paleIn From the N. 0. National. of the
golden dreams float softly byLike'some the imitation of D'ISEAELI'S novel "Coningsby GEN. TAYLOR' IN FLORIDA.At one features novel characteristic and honorable wanted by the Dublin and EdinbirgK Horticultural !
of this reception.-for the first time in Societies,that the'former hai*Offered .:
wild,legendary tale, ," which figures under the title of"Codlings-- the time Gen. Taylor was conducting the several the ten V .f

Before fond memory's moistened eye! by." We give the following extract in which Florida war against the Seminoles he became cil,of New years York belonged Mayor and,t6the the common whig party Coun. thousand for a single and specimen.the latter'i yi,"'thousand V dollars V .V .
remarkable the Indians ; :
The boatman colls-r-go hence in peace I the allusion "the harp"' is most particularly disregard of among danger. He for his singular Mr. Polk has been received by.his political adversaries .

and child and sire never hesitated to and the denocratic LorselL the', : .
Gol bless you wife rich:- move about unattended and President was Marriages at During year en-
with rich increase '. generally when riding seated between a whig Mayor and ding in ApadlltheTCW "
less all fields Aldermen.-
$ !our "When Miriam the out WUTiagesat t > .
returning to mother-of- on important business he V
And crown each faithful heart's deere! music two ahead kept a mileor II But all party.divisions disappeared in,the discharge Lowell,'Mass. A greater portion of the females V
pearl stOOl at a signal from her brother, of his escort No matter how ma- i of a public duty and if the V *
touched the silver and enamelled keys of the ny Indians were prowling about the old General cheered in Mr.Polk democrats werefactory girls.
PUT ON THE HAMS.5Wipe man their
ivory piano, and began to sing, Lord Codlingsby seemed unconscious that they would harm convictions political
to the The
whigs Painting Life.- Philadelphia Gal V
Porkdom was as yet in its iifency, felt as if be were listening at the gates of Paradise him and often, when only armed parties could magistrate of their nobly greeted the first. I )
artist in that ,
an city1 painted'a
country. axy says ) cow
when its pigs did not attain to half the fit they Lind. attack Gen. ,
or were hearing Jenny escape Taylor would trust
"This '
respect of and cabbage so natural that he'was to '
K authority this obliged .
b/ast and its twice reverence of
ppw cornjuice was as genuine 'land is of the Hebrew is alone under wide
a name some
race; so spreading tree in close the '
minority for the nominee of separate them before he had finished beCause'the .
old the of extensive the popular ,
) ? an ladj, owner an Mendelsohn, the Son of Almonds; so is Rosen proximity with the enemy, and thus circumstanced majority-are commenced r' *
the cow the cabbage.
Bearing" cultivated by three sturdy sons made thai, the Valley of the Roses; so is Lowe, or he would eat his frugal meal, and if desirable I features of among the American most valuable and noble V eating $ T.1-4 V '>

her appearance at Cincinnati with the intention Lewis. or Lyons, or Lion-the beautiful and thebrave'aiike indulge in a sound sleep; At the time this feeling, at once spontaneous character.and It is Sources of Enjoyment. The sources of enjoyment V '
of taking passage in the first safe boat give cognizances to the ancient the Indians were most troublesome to deliberative
peo our troops, in the American are various in kind and d aathe V :
"bound down the river." Her chief motive for springing as well from
ple-yoQ.- Saxons call yourselves Brown or Taylor announced his determination to his
nature his |
go as education
this trip was a longTpromised visit to a friend at Rafael observed his from Fort which enables him
Smith or Rodgers, to King to Tampa Bay, which journey to live peaceably and ;
gloriously under
Memphis, but prudently wishing to combine friend; and drawing the instrument from his would take him through nearly one,hundred which other a system !

profit with pleasure she brought with her a pocket he accompanied his sister in the most miles of hostile country. The jaunt was consi- wise is among a nations, warmer and less last"t
sure source of discord and "
urge supply of nicely cured hams expecting ravishing manner, on a little gold and jewelled dered by every body as a most desperate adven anarchy. ; i

thereby to realize a sum which would leave a harp of the kind peculiar to his nation. ture. The morning for starting came, when old

respectable surplus in her pocket after the expensestof All the airs which the Hebrew maid selected ZacV travelling companions Maj..Bliss and a Transplanting'Peach Trees.A. writer in the ] J

the tour were paid. were written by composers of her race; it was young lieutenant,began to look wistfully around Horticulturist, thinks that it is not advisable to A New .Idta.-Gen.Gaines proposes to,bring V V t
FoDowiag the advice of the landlord of the either a hymn by Rossini,apolacca by Broham, for the appearance of the escort. In due time transplant peach trees the first year after bud i: about; peace 'with* Mexico :buiffing a railroad V t

arose where she stopped, (he was, of course very a delicious romance by Sloman, or a melody by six dragoons allsaddled and bridled,made their ding. This was once my opinion' ; but I have, ,from Memphis to M ;: 'The iron:: -, l

tea disinterested) she remained in town some Weber, that, thrilling on,the strings of the instrument appearance; there was a force to meet several found that trees planted in the;spring, that had horse, he thinks toe V suppose) will be"a more 1l

days longer than was necessary When, fi- wakened a harmony on the fibres of thousand wild Seminoles who filled up every been budded the previous fall did better than efficient peace. f than 'dOzei4r. Trists.

jIji one fine day, becoming fully assuredat the heart; but she sang no other than the songsof nook and corner between Fort King and Tampa if left one year longer. They are more certain >-. f t

W ao severe gale was to be expected," she her nation. Bay. After some hesitation, one of the Gener- of growth, and transplanting makes little or no A lawyer, named .Horton was. arrested in !

herself and"traps" embarked. fBeautifulone! sing ever, sing always,' 'Cod al's friends suggested that the escort was not difference in the growth. I transplanted.some New York for stealing a,codt ,Tjie Baltimore t

The captain of the boat thus honored, belongs lingsby thought '1 could Ait at thy feet as under sufficiently strong, and that requisition should last spring in the latter part of April cj| the Sun thinks he must have eri.baMr in.want tasuit. .

to that class of men so poorly represented a green palm-tree,&nd fancy that Paradise- be'made for a greater force. Old Zac examined beginning of May, that have grown morFthan : V" '**;. V iJ

C, 7 There but among the commanders of our birds were singing in the boughs.' the six dragoons.attentively for a moment and si1'eetbigk I was first led to this practice ; .. j |.

**ni Steamers, being at all times and in all Rafael, read his thoughts. 'We have Saxon then remarked if the number was not sufficient. from nurseryman to whom applied for some A committee the Maine Legislature.recommended -, ]

imperturbably polite, self-possessed, and blood too in our veins he said. 'You smile; but two m night be added to it. trees and I thought it at first,nothing more or the grant of 800 acrds of land to David; | f

Xli1&tured possessing moreover, a rich vein it is even so. An enchantress of ours made a less than,an excuse to sell me the young trees, Jordon'because"he had'KUsedlS children. 1C :jf

%boixing d7 huino r,which he delighted to exercise into misalliance the reign of your king John.: The following story is told at the expense of as he had no older ones of.the' 8ort..IJvanted.- the laijd.was actually granted tb' iimthe,; popu j jl

officious intermeddlers with his Her ,name was Rebecca, daughter of Isaac of the Deacons, who can.afford to bear more meek But I have found by experience that it is the lar expressiyourselfat'larm' ought VV If.

era )ncemn& In the'inidst of' the hurry and York, and she married in Spain, whither she ly these hits than your man n of the world: best way; and all tha( a person.has to do is to certainly to be changed, t : H-

URL5 consequent "putting off," our widow had fled to the court of king BoabdiL,Sir Wilfrid ,"A Newburyport deacon;who,upon returning take care that they have living buds, not whatis .. n '. r
? ** in front of the captain, and seizing him of Jvanhoe then a widower,by the demise of his from meeting one Sunday, perceived that his called by some dormant& In i a lot that I cqrrespondent oftheBostnPOSt8aThtbatthe '

B the coat, thus attacked his patience: first lady Kowena. The match was deemed a' boys had been making egg nogg; after lecturing planted out lost spring I: believe I hid ,but one President had nly two,servants;:with him I t

Tjow,Capting ar you certain she won't bu rst cruel,insult amongst our people; but Wilfrid them upon the impropriety ofdoingsuch things. which missed, though I had
Jjwt trifle with the feelings of a feeble woman conformed,and was a Rabbi of some note at the at any time particularly Sabbath' days, he did not start till,late,but they made nearly three Dutchman, and the"other"a young. colored gentleman -', 1 II

rotly relct,by the way,weighed 200 avoir- synagogue at Cordova. We are descended from whispered to the eldest-Is there any left feet, 4. ? V Ti. M .

) this arM crisis! 'E f I bud be I him lineally. It is the only blot upon the escutcheon John, ,, ',J- -- .?., .c'..". ft,

".T't up& inter fragments, all thru your decep- of the Mendozas. Important Discovery.-Every' one whot has Monster: Tent. The 'Chicago... ntiori. "*

: ptingandbe made the mother of three As they sate talking together, the music finished jRtmarbtole Properties Guano.-A native of ever been!bitten by a musquito- d who has was'held under a tent made large enough. to V ac. V

te qrphuns ther'd'be a dreadful reckoninPWt and.Miriam having. retired, (though her Down East,",describing characteristic exaggeration notwill be glad to learn that aIovereignpie.? modatwenthousandpers. 't ."* r ... -r* 1

td1 r the day of insurrecting, now .I I. song.and her beauty were still present to the the remarkable properties of Guano, ventive against the vicious attacks of that bloodthirsty :'- : :. :- ,,
The total amount received :
the Irish Re
The i soul of the stranger,) at a signal from.Mendoza as a promoter of vegetation, said, .that slew insect has:,'ai length'''";: discovered by' V
captain Comfnittee bfNewYork:1t6 the 2-1th InclusiTeV.was : !
b ut' e her there was n? i, varous,messengers from the outer .apartments hours after planting cucumber:seeds,the dirt Like'all,'other great I' discoveries and, inventions. V:' .1I1t. V
:1 J the Bame time told her,the safest came,to transact btisinesEwfth him. :; began to fly and the vines came up like a streak: itisveryeithple.-: ismalityroyait .quantity- 'of pen' ...1.. ; ; $,l56,8l. .,, "! VtththiVtliiiteiiV t.' :T, V 7

= 'qld be to shut herself up ia the state Firstit; was Mr. Aminadab,.who; kissed his and although he started,;off, ate, top of his ,is best.as prepared;by th e Shakers ,t. = ,iI <;'; '" V V j
I Wlest aft where to speed JIJe1 Tines overtook and him. J&nfBfiy..There ;are t"tJ Ttpne:ub. t '
he sent a wajter foot and brought him papers to signal'How is covered put it in: a box:with:a tight cpfef and'when V V
aether. She hesitated went ; I j nit on taking out his knife to the : candidates for.the Whig'niMnina- V
but finally ; the house in Grosvenor ,"Aminadab 'and I cut., "darned nhtconiesandmusquitoesar ;: 'V
ei5 *? "earnest parting admonition that"the is your son,tired'of'his square yacht,;'yeYf, Mendoza j I ;$!" he"found,'alarge'cucumber._. ". gone- ,to seed flying i about'seeking whom to.devour uncover tiOn'ofGovernoric. VJ .' this'*, 's Stated .?:; -, .W

agehottl send somebody to let her blow"lOOn 'That is inhis'pocket! : *%. box 'and ,will not i. !'into .. ;:
V asked. my twenty.foarth cashier said. ., _. your ,: :they : : venture the 1 .The Philadelphia Bulletin : .Mostachi'og V
Tie as the boat began to blow' up," Rafael to Codlingsby;'-len the obsequious. clerk Abby Folsbm preached a Fourth of "lOra roomwhere the pennyroyal',(blessings on.>the abound, : iji *.tie cityiat present'-.The'anival Bays of Il

f ortUDate lady was just bezinningio .went away. 'He is fond of display, and all"mypeoplei tion at' Boston of.twpi'daysrlehgthVfroni: ; her old lho.first: ;.discovered 'the 'invaluable of the laeems

S2-Calffl'wlien she was startied-by.the may,have what money they like#' tl chamber window ', Con herb) may,be. ,..They.,will hover about the:open ty.Ifal18. ". 'V ;opera'corps"u'" to
; ; commencing Sunday and accountf9TVit.V. A _
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"sorts .
Iboh W accompaniedwith 'geumgh.on window1/-buzzing 'all of,vengeance und ,\ i.
: MoJidJy,.nighL. kThe Mail _
*rt eta r -- w yr r" ; V
eJJP1 voice which seemed to aay, .>ugfomOTbeN.ODailjNation.al whetting theirnippera but they will.;:not dare .
wgeaunen says preached enough during the two days .' ,, The city of New.York actually pays more for
and the boat must down that"among tte volunteers in Cot Doni- : to'come: '"" T V
go says from her window to the 'I her streets
wear out lungs falioz ., sweeping annually than Connecticut
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J phaxzscOmTnkfld-r.._:'?was__j.J.ii--a y Mt man.-- who enlisted and make an' elephant oars&.' Her physicalpowers : V" ..'b r.... :!_ .r does f :46:support of her,tfctie Government I
&goin'd01fn V
Oh! oh Whar on 10 keepfrom ti Legsslaturdgave Die -0ne of our slfttes *
r. exchanges ,
J' ;aretremendousindiher, love\'o.r the ,amount 09QQ9)1 VjV i
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torie t s band'box.1 Somebody fasten on: This umbrage to ?his constituents,''and'his f_of speech stronger thandeath; .t1itJ. e erir.m.ar.WhiIst CoL**-r- I' :-" 2 "V V
Jlltf Sothe preserver, and put a rope under ,name was put up and he was elected,by.unanimous / *"* ;' S ," iemLiidl hi C rJ-he'M1ra.corpulent Terlybe'th ,f1r 1'Par f 'rim,":. V I
1 ) demons u a coin'down already vote. unfortunate.individual,'who 7* j C ttw: flm* Profes :;Forshey' :of LOUKsianain soldier 'among the',spectators on parade, :whom and "inoney the J'OQt otall'fflwhaV 11 tho 1i.-- V. V V

tte7 would, the tarnal,fools, when I ,thus had !onc)1 thrust' upon hiny while'march* l a lettert the Concordialntelligencerjasserts {, .he'addressed tas ;fouowsV{fWhb. are"yduTgir 1yqujmustlw .nicii4standard. ."..f'. .cnre, ,iiinralltjlV '.' ..,':, I

t..J.. !wustairs thar! Oh LOrd!: oh! ::Jig in slow time with his'musket his shoulder that* the worm 1 o''feed1ng drilled twicejR'day to bring down V -: '! '. ; T.'f:. .,. .-. 'V- .-

JV th lams will be wised,and only ter .! over, in'JSanta-.fe, is.:suddenly/disturbed.by ,cottoVJeafjn th 'Vicinity t of!,.v 1t'li( ) : y.iur'sorporaiwjt, 'Who i./"yon,'sirFplease: ": Eon they.do n' if." -The VV :twenty-eight gaDon", ,

.ae ** Por boys t hum! Isn't thar ;the: ,appearance of an expressfrom:: ::'the,execu-' not.the'same,which..deatrojedtbecropsotls4o.there your 'ionor,",tP lM'aoMeiyi ur"'.Ln' asir,' ';law to'Massachusetta i is evaded by buyingtweai

ftSW&a that will ewlin lIahor' with meF tie of'Missouri,:demanding of.Col DOnIPIianonpain '.irirMi w 'are threeVrfourffipecles of the'stelaon oYthe fifth.'regimentfootwbich ,t,. .J1 'gallons and 1)eipt.back' ,

T< teered, however before the cap and penalties if,neglected. th .Body'of I ''niarched froxu;Amnerii' The .-r t .*"4* ,.fi- _. .
? wOiiiiWhIcl'occaSionalhy ed.. bit cOttOns Two. baa;Jast> ;oy r ; ; i ,._ ,' : V
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SS5Sas! 'If&' 1 J. ,themenbed,' : "t;oftl&" ?fISOUXi',legislature,' of these are ground. wriispea grey cutwoandthe'pthsr \ 1,fart Was'so,,for 8uchwas! ;the'ot the disiastrouaVwr .iI1l'li&y4Uic;T1i eonzuniptiou otcotton;:V V V.

: fter g-her. ; ,I nowa vpluhtee?|n bis, iwgimentTheColonel:: ". >>largeOlaoliandjeUowairi: .: _: ,"t1LtoD1"'thta iat pther' end CaptfJWebb'ireturned ;n Fr : Ji tJj : Qtii or 'i i' # "
tIe passed a gmall landing 'as amijitary man) is obliged ,to'obbscom.' : wornvf&h.f peda on'bblh'leaf an ti1i.w.! .,.;ButlOl ; 'tt'imfifrjf*iuUregimenttSatlai ; t 43j24ooo The;. orespondfgpcriod. ,of: V-
jO$1tion boats also bound down was 'mandeT-ln hief sarhel ordered the'Iegislatorout "', v -".f : '' this -t".r- .' ,_ ,"
j of the put. together boU-'or Included' mAWenca 'A, year23oooQoo; .. ''
'few: 1 "* ,' T I' '" f .
: the : : .
which' before the ranks and 1dh. that he must foot -e nothe to 'be *; 7'r. ,; _-,* i' c .r V4. V V V VV, V, VV V
&4'ce ,. say ed'iocimparison, --, Xtr 'Ti.a ir--- > '' *.-->v -*' -- Ad'* ; s-: :; .t"V r V V V
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I..It\.Lr -thie inrthiofftittUeby it back under a ;.5Qfl4fljflgijjf itW "VAvm t'lQ'It. <* .I' J' TkFDiz ii 'et if '' ; V VV
"mh ,w .> ; '.ft .. ,'j ;, The Gp rernnnfflt wi jb ffbe .tou ,had. ,
Vflu/'v; UIUt0ff- 4"4lred up in a vuaSoSS' 'h 'or.'e Wd i 'prisoner.., The: *: 1 : 'a l 4ot'ofmu1fe-isome* 4weIVeTOTt tlW"' \\J'n.m 'Aentft"'Vt" 1=' ,t9.J.'" '.. ,' VVIoe 'e. .
Iboi 4 *ercaptain .det mnIied; to V id -ti; $tnttr\ ; : '. V "
:resent ve vented impKcatfons upon his constituents it ) :: e hand Jif afe 'ottisyioflVe u ,' 'Mond. 1,rth: tif. V V
I atb' &l nth sbaad The"h siijarhe and upoii his sovereign StatCj'and took exc 'l1e r :BOi 1td&ia. .tb. : Zir ,.,tJ' -*It.AJ.A.iirf itj' iAiJ. .' J-J' Ll. .'.aua&J1d +.1.a.' _fa... ".V':
ntbt became Tejynaturand 'the back track home-perfectly:'disgusted with'Ms Boet"says f hM ashIrd" M' -f 'ID .1l ,. moLl .. "
th'4f U$1&Tboifl0bUtcold.nn '. '
4 r lil i! ,: A earnestlyBat at theCoL vate in .':: : !'AIrf'pU ; M == ': ':
t'GIp pojralarity ; V ij/JJu &? Cf'were"to atan&1 ; 1t, \I tbeViTba mp1epcsoni1io. :. ,:
"P oth"&nd'ev.4bwuemfl '' Doniphan's com m thdekIoa; t I1o to atIV ijl$ t : JGfTW e :
., aa had cEarge of them is arrest, rePcinbi Gove .
hoWuODe'of beOD elected to Co. : :- 'Jao'1,' ,:''f; i: :.j' : '; taa1T at at'S', ". ,. ....-,' .
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I \,.' i-. .. I', ".- .! .;., ;, ,', .-. ( :-:;- "",.t''' \: %hecontenn7: 1. : the:futll 1F ':;' :,?;-- .. 1 Jjjrj by &f|:Company5 .of .Plor&dofthllsborougb ,,'y .t hopahia.woondlirc t\:! *14h.'..

COtTON} CTOftY R'L4IUDA t } j14u asast- : ;V lunter iin >*% .
OlitioniSt& Jorgoife yhis bSpgg *&
.th'Live.Ouk'!.jm jIt resti accouutft: : .< / ',< of.ut
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.,. '- est on ..sJP.1give< ..upbyhe. ''''. adjacentcounties. -, ..!,".>. .'As,' "ne/sun rose.-, but. fly Thomas Pultnasifp' 'V5, ?? .,
Arcadiay : tt'
situated "
ton manufactory at. They."-are now giyini''up : 'doctrine M and-cle,::he.'was-welcomed .forth,- 1-1s :N& e n ng.b.11; k.'ByOapt:3.Ioii

_. _. some 17 miles from Pensacola; The l !ion -They'luftef? ; jieeii defeated.\upon- time by salute from American cannon.in honor "-- e De;. "r: .1f Ithey'
i NOTICE., a small one, working.only,1000 spindles i> '::- ;/ t ; ,-i ""I.T"i learn that4.Thoaai >: !.u
i : 'art1 s 'and.'now;some new i ofourtRepublic'sbirth/J! ,day:athn.n. tkey ar& t if"ed
4 A meeting the'"Democratic'party of the.: :,turns out som, 5000 yards.of Domestics : : be.marked'outr e : *The"Npfthrhaa] ari "e dJ wasO lockitarge..n. r1;::of, cti t J" : 'Q

1fi, J Jacksonville! precinct will.be'held at the CourtHouse w It is worked., entirely -by lo &* igin; the'? u h-nott4the: : 'zens began,to assemble, and at'WM o'clock}the l..W 1\1' dr ck-Th 'Sa sS .
neray"lits r
whom there a"bout fo.riy. ro r
of { auch
% jtf TO-MORROW EVENING .31st instant and'girkj; ttenterests ,troops wereformed.andmarched: !.the,ChapeL
:fo ;.t ofthje jwhitew *. .- -- ,...*- : ft- for ,ero'W ve ;'neric asa: taaI
nP' \
at S o'clock ;A.general attendance is respectfully -. mill is owned bya few.gentlemen -* l u to fcMCvTvM* M:a"party' issue;.and* :'Appropriate a tsrrer'vd. t lO \.the-ladies .independence, and'glorr... ," .> ., m o
in 'I : '-*- % '
but ;
{ i J i : solicited,'as.business of timportance. will .and-has been operation little over a pter upoi tit :E'ery'citizenof i the and, .citizens,. ... and. 'although'. the.,house,was ;full. > By J. J.JackWn.: :The F rrTh ::' .
its .1' \ (
to of"
been .
yet enouglvlias done; ( 1J* 'v--* ** --c.w r# -} '" ,t' .endurable, '
: be brought before the me.ting.< 1d1, feel:.properly. Jheew,aspec alLwere comfortaply.eated... .Arjstocr&cy.: 'cwitfcut
tors that the enterprise is a very profitable '* r.i 4H i votes decide j
; j
:jj :' .Jatks.QtrDill, 30th'Julg, 1847. : now presented% by>the, ;spirit;of Aboli> After a! .tmi ;the exercises cmmen; ,wron appear. ? w. ."'

:r7 t 4'' 1.'im.VO. usTEEa COMPANY.-We are happy TAX ASSESSORS AND CoiJuECTORsV- t is no- .longer,. therefuge\ ." of fanaticism\ t ,. ,.. .ced .by:;Prayer! /from.'t theVtfU f 1". irAxwj.?.;1"This / ,. -, By .Jj.T.Ma jb.eG; org 'Wqii r.t -. .

'f,4 t to learn that CAP?. LIVINGSTON, has succeeded the Tallahassee papers, a correspondence .guided by.mistakenjyievs, of mpralLtyr Chapiin'US.A. 't .e.v rJ v .andQ: el n''the n moif? .;1iI
, d the irr sitibe, influence ,was foltowe t'"Hail Columbia, from. thelast. trump of liberty has
IoI1 on nded.
$ I in obtaining the requisite number of men for his tween the Hon.N.P. DEM1SComp .'g by" ( "* SQ .
the udience, after"which; By Robert' Jackson : :
the .. Th ''rafter
t1,* company, and that it was to.have been mustered State, ?
; w>
:Col. J. M. PALMER read the Declarati Independence drewjthe.Unesforai coat IQO
. ; paft
of the therefore that the .
II4.ji.- : into the service of the United States on Mondaylast. General, on the subject co ,, ; :; /or his foreman Worth, whom hkjZ

. : ManY'volunteers liad joined'it .from: the the 3d Sec. Art. 1, of the. law of 1845.,.re f above,article, may be speedily com- in a very impressive manner 'The goo cutterand, the.way h did!t 1rb .I
The the..Charleston. take im "Star'Spangled,Banner" was; then.sunm full to Crocket; and he !-
State. Let <
: various counties of Middle Florida, and it was to Elections in.this CQ pt.ro press : : .he finished ; never..8 oppe .--.-. .
collect the.wishes, of the chorus., J : the Mi Montewy. ;
that it would number the maximum quires whether the law contemplates the to .
- I expected V" *'' -r -Capt. J;.T, SFKAGUE 8tH Infantry then arose J3yL. J.A.icMay Br
lace and time for wnFJV.-The'Eagleotl__
TaxAssessor.and' >
allowed tion of a Tax. people'.as :
the War
t fey Department. she
: ; ;
and delivered an Orationr highly appropriate W n'ver.Shed, a feath.ao.
In consequence of the severe illness of MrSnwARD of a Tax Assessor and Collector for each nventioandsuggest some. basis hinges of her union.ever rust '> .

'j: :: : who had,been chosen one of the 2nd ty;in the next allelection-or,5n other delgatessball. ;be. sent. Will .the j; the thought occasion and. .arousing abounding in the.evidences better.feelings/of deep_cf By J.: W.. Rob:1rts.-OurMothe ,.,

lieutenants at Alligator, an, election? was to whether two officeis.or.,only one..are to be favor us withits, views? :, many may be absent their precepts taS"
the patriot. infancy, are the.links of that a&mintnS ?
?; 4 haye been held at Tallahassee on Monday last, sen.The NEW YORK. 'WHIGGERY.. 'The/Rev; Mr.Ax'I.ELLthen closed the services; that binds the soul'of man'to' th thnne

t '( : to supply the vacancy.. We have not heard the Attorney General is of opinion upon a speech,made b'jr...Judge. by:a Benediction.. v, '' ,Ommpotent. "

.i-. result, but trust that our brave and energetic law contemplates the election of only one af B. C.,,at Calhouris Mills,!'wherein'he. It tt now" 'within a few.minutes of 12 'M By M. Wall, F.V.-Buena T.By -fue!
**" ; 'j"ly "* "" '* :was ,
ri4 townsman, Mr. GEORGE.HOLMES, was successful son, who is to discharge the duties, of both remarks in relation to the Wilmot and:the Artillery were prepared, as the dial in. battl er.Hi. fields.Ameri ans maio. ever. .be p10. d'l
The officers have. hitherto been -
31te'4it : ces. the N. Tribune. uses the following} 'dicated the hour to give a National Salute from .
ffiEB fORE TROOPS.-The Secretary of State has but the wording of the law of 1S45, implj R. Oliver ,P.V.-Gen Wortha

;., j'f made a further requisition upon the Governor a change.was to be made, and that one. : the Battery,which was. done without accident he live to punish the enemies of his aI. .!
ere long show I
or fault,. mercy to those that ask.it
;?:4 of Georgia, for. five additional companies, of was to execute both offices. A strong again the dough-faces of the North are

- : r mounted men to consist each of 1 Captain, 3iIf.t to the Legislature for effecting this before Southern'intimidation. The Upon a previous, invitation, every one now of By Ameneaf W.: G.those Ferris.-South who know florida her .j fo.
to the Commanding Officers Quarters bestaptS
of the territorial extension of adjourned
: ; ? Lieutenants, 4 Sergeants 4 Corporals, 2 Musicians may have been the fact, "that even in our Slavery her highest. .
up before and be decided by,the as- where a sumptuous dinner ad'been tastefully
. '! 1 Farrier and Blacksmith, and SO Privates populous and wealthy counties, the Congress. Let us see who .at the An hour,or two was now spent in'viaitSajn.
' prepared and arranged by the ladies of his
: : ,-aggregate 95 men to be commanded by of either of these offices separately, to meet the issue! rious parts of the Garrison, and fa thfe.ereaSj
household. amply sufficient to the .
; a Lieut. Colonel. The journals of the State are scarcely sufficient to induce rcputablfe TERRITORY or xo MORE SLAVERY- appetites the Quarters of the Florida Volunteers'
b confident that the ified the ofilce. In.the the next Congress,of the' of some three hundred persons, and many Yere
; regiment will be readily fill persons to accept thrown beautifully
open, decoratedwitfcflaa
must elect licious melons such Florida ,
$44 : ed. Capt. KENDALL Lieut.. GDULDING and counties it would be almost impossible to' ( only as can produce -
transparencies &c in honor of the
the language of the .Fourier Section ) added much to the .r .st. The table day;cur'r&
t Messrs. HOXIE, CHAXDLER, and O'NEAL, are now any one to fill it-and, filled at all, it cent victories in Mexico and
lame '
. Can be our (ead
. party.. anything plainer. was then cleared when .
$ engaged raising the companies.. only by the most worthless persons, and that have fallen there.
; ct? It is but one of a thousand Judge J. B. ALLEN read the following
; venue of the State would be thereby most The "fantastic
light toe"
, LATEST FROM MJXICO.-By the Wed esl3y's ,similar in., sentiment, which,, .come. REGULAR TOASTS. began.to'wmj
ously affected. By consolidating th&two the small huY
;h; : ; mail we received intelligence that Gen. SCOTT every mail from the North.. ,Our- citi 1. TheDayweCelebrater-Cherishedbyevery ed every ou$'tros.tuna b
the would be sufficient to
remuneration cease the.
pleasures.of the day. Jlsto Jfi111
be alive to the reality of the war American. 1 }
Q was still at uebla on the 30th of June. Col.
office desirable and the services of the most
back with t' "
agreeable satisfaction
J ; CHILDS was. a few miles in advance of Pc rote, now waging against their constitution 2. The President of the United States. the bppj'
in each
and best -
pectable persons
Anniversary at Fort
L and Gen. PILLOW two leagues on this side of it, would be had." ., Removed a thousand miles from .3. The Memory of George Washington-Deprived spent
ty of children that the Nation might 'call -
{ tc on his way to join Gen.SCOTT, the two generals would despoil them,.and surrounded nim father. MlDSmPJIfu'ROGERS.,

; entire force of about CONSISTENCY is A E\\.ELP-Among and property;they cannot be in-
M1 together having an new
Constitution of the United StatesA The
4. The following letter addressed t lufeiier
14 3500 Gen.PIERCE with 2500'men at tracts containing foreign intelligence believe that anything short of a civil .
men. was monument of the wisdom of our ancestors '
; at Newcastle
; i'e't :; Vera Cruz, and on the eve of starting for Gen. found a full account of the punishment their interests. And yet, a few may it grow stronger, and its foundation sink 1 hardships he,has(Del endured)furnish while an in Qt.liae Me f the

SCOTT. There is little doubt but that the Commander ted; upon the Chinese by the English for a : they have never read or seen,may deeper as it extends its protection from, the. At-

1I. :Z; in Chief will await the arrival of all alleged piratical acts. Side by side iii the' by their Chief Magistrate and take lantic to the. acific. I I I wrote to you on the MEXICO 13th of, M"y'2 FebrcarjtBs,lm
5. The Area of Freedom-Co-extensi.e with
Nt available rc-inforcements before he will march don papers which boast of their exploits FOREVER the right to_emigratewith human rights. eve of my departure for Pcrofe. a ficeifHdi

for the capital, although it is not believed that Chinese will be found bitter abuse of the Awaken before it is, too late. a just appreciation time 1 have had no Opportunity of i scne
6. The Army and Navy of the United States.
word to I know have
ted States for its invasion Mexico. you. you bee: ver/m-
; will make defence. CONGRESS will DECIDE ova FATE.
;i; ; ( any
7. The Regulars and Volunteers -Shoulder ious about me, more especially as the poioaand
_ _ is a monarchy and can redress its
; ;
OF A FOREIGN MARKET. to shoulder, they are fighting our battles in circumstances of my .capture, drenched;
: FROM GEN. TAYLOB.-At the last accounts, 'The United States must see its property Mexico,proving to the,world, that the soldier this government to regard me as a spy.. 1 think
Late fall lathe
of in the
i: Gen. TAYLOR w.aa still at Walnut Springs,awaiting dered and citizens.murdered, because it is price grain is,the citizen, and the citizen the soldier.. I can now assure you that you may banMiH

the arrival of the'promised reinforcements.He public. Great logicians, these monare} markets, the manufacturers journals 8l: The generous sympathy and liberality of such.fe lts; their inquisitions mutliejrov e
have exultingly asked the De countrymen towards Ireland-May .it 'cement my condemnation would be opposed all roles
desires to forward or back thinks he has our
., where will between England-and America aJasting I of civilized warfare. My. situation,.,*eea
re-inforcements than THE l\hRKETs.-The effect of the 1,1'party,- your high prices
a prospect getting friendship so to the advancement of critical, and even nw 1 .look backtit wi
.if- necesSary for a mere garrison duty in this ceived by the last steamer. has been produce be found, now? They commerce and ne/jeesary'agriculture, and.the mutual pros- painful feelings. give you a mezrojiopsa of

? !. country, but not enough for hostile movements. considerably the price of grain. In New along acknowledged: that the ountry perity and happiness: of both and to the,world, my wanderings and privations. .
the 19th Ohio and flour beuefitted by the Tariff and by the On the evening of the 1.9th of Februarjr u.
Helia. 120,000. rations SOO wagons and 2000 on Michigan was 9. The Memory of those who have fallen in rival at Perote under the
mules waiting to move forward. ing at $5 to $5 25 per barrel. Corn at for grain and they said that Mexico-Their names are engraved upon the strong escort IwasanynediatelyJockednpa, smnQeiilanCft f.1

to 61 cents bushel. the Devil had come ,ta the aid of escutcheon of their country,and their patriotism
? UR.REA was said to have 3000 men under him per a forbrn looking apartment, paved with brfci,
and will live to
4 : and to 'be contemplating an attack upon the In Baltimore, Western flour was traders. This very point which they posterity.courage as bright. examples' and without one single article-of furniture*:;I

$4 8776. a subject for exultation .-tliat prices passe&that night upon the floor.without
instruction ,
I camp at Rcynosa, 10. The United States Army-As Protectors covering of a cloak even,as well as the.twafiilowing.
cj: : Unfortunate citizens of Jacksonville is enough to blast their.strong of Peace, all Volunteers; as Instruments of War, My: baggHge : sent to ale from Tea

SPOLIATIONS IN WEST FI.pRIDA.-We are under are still paying ftom $10 to Sli *$ barrel in jfavor-of protection to .ato ns.' all Regulars. Cruz,but? the coach was robbed, and I lost its3

k : obligations to Senator WEST 'OTT, for a copy our flour. it raised, the price of flour?-The 1 1. His Excellency w.Do Moseley, Governorof with more than 15.0 in money.. '

4: of the Report of the Senate Judiciary Commit Now is the Summer of this Southern clime : .-What is it that brings;down Florida-The Planter and Patriot ; illustrating I purchased other clothes' here.and. proceededtowards
by his life the Governor and,the Governed. Mexico. On my route I was robbelrf
y: : tee upon the memorial of citizens of.West florida Made grievous winter by no flour from Y Ol' of flour-A (decline in the foreign! de. 12. Our Country-The admiration of all the .everything, and arrived in the capital'jritfcool

1 formerly Spanish subjects, for the passageof And the big barrels which did store each .it had not' been for the want of grain envy of many, and the terror of despots. a ent and without .appareL Thrqegi the.
In bellies buried. what would have been the terferen.ce of some few foreigners Ittas'patuifon
a law to carry into effect the provisions of the-decp caverns of our price 13. Woman-The endearing tie that binds
: Now are our tables spread with ]homuiony ; have been, ten dollars l bar- my parole,and allowed the ttbertj-ofjhlp:
pi the treaty'of 181.9, relative to spoliations committed ; man to his and country. : ty. I mIl hers add, I have not received MJ
by the American troops in 1814 and The empty trays hung up for monuments ; one,will say thtOn the contrary, in (Each regular toast was saluted with one gun.) I support from this government. .

;p : 1818% The report strongly recommends 'the Our bakers loaves are chang'd to of the great surplus. it would Such a mere outline of my hard3bipSr-W

: granting the prayer of the Petition. shadows ; as lowas four dollars. And this is 'The following' Volunteer Toasts were then offered the apprehension of being shot aiaspy'isperinduced.to ;St.

.. Our pies and puddings to most stony }ised Foreign market, which has : them,you can
::4A: '. THE DEMOCRATIC MEETING.-We must again Sweet visaged Ceres, &c., &c. the farmers of the United States in By CoL J. A. Goff.-Our brave; Army in Mex- ings.has been Such my has position been and treatme the nature tkatlI of BT feet,

: suggest. to the Democrats of this precinct the of one year, and which they'had been ico-rThe.pride. of the American people ; may ed yesterday from an my American. ;pape;
their be to their deeds
SOUTHERN CONVENTION country's gratitude equal
;! necessity of a full attendance upon the meetingto IA ; believe was utterly worthless. ed in Vera Cruz, the President sent

be held here tomorrow, (Saturday) evening.; .! We*extract from the Camden; (S...C..) never'been the doctrine of the Demo valor.Ii instructions to Gen. Scett reference- to 1italiatory
V. Snell. Thomas Jefferson and his
By .
LI Unless all have a voice and use it, in the nomination the following interesting article; that the present high prices"were Compatriots-They have, reared for themselves course.
Your letter of January. 1st', mj.dear.I
of candidates, it will be.impossible to "A Southern Convention.the -We the have$ the Tariff alone., But it, has always! monument. in the political institutions of their. have 'r received and determined., to reftM00-
that of
: preserve that unanimity of feeling and action suggestion States should hold people primary meetings in and the events of.the last six months 'country ; may they last until marble. shall generous offer, which affected me sensiy/

p i. j which is necessary to ensure success. Old Du. respective election Districts, for the ,:that by diminishing the duties'on crumble. into dust. as I am without any other:means-r: sl} ?*-
:. I : the Ladies. Ora the : in the Somers and .
/.1 From -rThe. or.of .Day rything have twq'
: val should show in the next election that she selecting Delegates to a General import,.our exports are vastly increas- cIothes-onmy"b&ci
i active adopt some measures for.. the deience of 4.befolly in foreign nations jto buy ;;:By James M Kay.-The. \ and Navy of been robbedof all except'the
js truly Democratic. Our.opponents are : I compelled to draw on. a.1thougi.
'. > rights. It is in.vain to diguise the fact th (Jthted States--They have proved that in you,
F and. energetic. They are already in the field. this question has to be met in some such ; with specie, when they' could pui. coIvmrii. 'or'in Kne they c:,alike be.victorious.. unwillingly. I feel certain r. do not imp ,

It only requires activity! and energy on our aggression has been on the increase.for 'Russia' 'for .merchandize. The fact ;By> l'"Wm. sl leY.-l res.o/-the' Revolution, .on y!kindness in doing sti I,shouldsosaff'foryoa WO
a steprathe1'th n'
Democrat past the enemies of our institutions being low will always furnish a in the out for Fre'edomTheir :
part to ensure their defeat. Let every years ; Champions turn How long I may be here: is aubjectOfS

.- therefore, feel an interest in the next election grown bold enough to trample' every bur surplus produce. At the time sp1en i4ftorks' :registered in history, as ,a mise.: Thave'at times been three days' ;
Constitution law is .
mise of the not
; .l'cg guide to posterity. : .
--- and show it attending the primary Tariff waif adopted, we had no se. anything to -raggedand cold.. .
I' : by. duly and brutal outrage and murder is j i' -- x' *- 'J' 1- '. '_ '.
- .
lit By Capt. C, .C. Coffee ,Florida.jyolunteers> **K q
meetin in open day. The only remedy is in Exngkndmight: return tuber ;"
: The Orator of.t.he' Day-By7whosp. eloquence \ .t' MOST IMPORTANT. '_
ing to the North' the inevitable : ties.,. 'O r 0 1y.safety.was Q. meet .
; every patriotic.'feelingithasbeenarousedandhas : Agtiiit'J'Rejicion the,Olive BTOnceo"SecIines M
: fAN SAXQK.-r-We? fhave. received this suicidal policy. .he.whole South. the o"therwisewb :
THE <3U> this to' effect th'e desired end thtf ;: same grounds- ,vividly,called fortS b'urgralitudeTd thepriiginators Treating.- 'New Orleans C a

: 8e em1 numbers "of'a paper published in New peace, of the .country,' and the pre5e" v i no market*for-our.goods:uppi her. .of our'National Sabbath.. mercial Times of the 15th inst. zays-Atl'

:_ York under the above title devoted,apparently, the Union. We trust the press of the ; The adoption oTreetrade: .by nCna- '*By Capt J:T. Sprague; 8th u.? k Inf'antry.- moment when the Galveston leaVJ1gters

k to.the explanation.and defence of the modern will take up the subject,and would ,: d'injur e.'the systemr-if recip- The!Company of'FlorirlaWolunteem-h: their Cruz; a courier, with' the mail'< from the:cSfI a'!
South Carolina the citizens.of Ch l deportment'dis'cipline and attentiontpdutyi entered.the city,bringing dates !
pystem."o{:Faon raphy- As a typographical say I dgedboth; nation8ouldeap general !
would set .the,ball in'motion,. and ; theyhavem re than'realized the expectation The principa items iatepigence brofcpfrom
t't. curiosity, it has some value, but we cannot di, with the citizens of other States, inviting ;'i1i-'f'' '':h'd'n'' vel'f!' N" ,jd.:.tefi. ., ;-tr.'. : .s*! their friends,' and receive; in 'allquarters the' !ti Mexico' ,' is''of a'momentoas"* ci**

: vine any other use that can be m.ade of it. The cooperation.Something. must' be .done, ; nation.'., ben. 'beicfitted v- by'this--.N li.L. the ajplause of.their.fellow-statesmen. .cterviz;-'" diC t ,

iiM characters in which it is printed, .seem marvel that speedily to avert the fearful liberal spirit\ in Commerce,..iC-I and.thus J:;This,toast wa. icponded; to ft Lieit,::Wm.' had The been Mexica'COngress'witb'brought together; and: Mr.Bnc1i3_ ,

q1 Jously like a cross between those of the Itebrew, that must ensue, if the wicked course ihrive underthe" CTstenU jFisher' ;F..IkL in a happy.mannerVwhich he con nt'SO' '
people of the free States be.persisted in. \ &... .,- -tj- i- .game- *, ,. The. conMumcation/cbntaining the'P1.sid ,
tfr) .' the Sanscrit, and. the Old Moeso Gothic languages the South will do,>;ought :tb.be .has placed:;usj!in, a position i whence concluded i by iTing.TheCominanding-:.r .tures 'f or'peace.' were laid before* thenC Tdeinsion.was

PL and it is about as easy for any Anglo- stated; the line of defensive action:. best profit'Jby events-abroad.C It'has _. Office. of Fort:;Broik- ?: ; 'immediate-,-'and tp the effect I

.: : Saxon to read,as_might possibly be ,the.Pekin has determined to pursue ought to b Q'i i '.. thhse1f. :ouz.1Qthiiliiat" Udortnent: ilas D" n such as not-onlyto'ensurelthe :Mexico GeE*Scott would left Pnebla listen to at no the' tennsfor head'? hisrsJV p I
:i) Gazette. marked; and before the next Congress. it : /respect,andjpbedience,of.the> ,citlzeri.soldieriotFlondjvundejr *
Imperial itmay be interesting sincreaswl thefconuiiercejanj
very ; for the
is,$ne,.we will frear nothing more of 1: 'f %' .. his'command'but..he capital, onthe. SOthult.: Wejr; J. I.
journal to the editors and .compositors, but we rnotProvisoand the:!country will 'be.. of"the, "country. .THe Sectetaryrof/ihV .willever' flitftiflthCirprEOflal esteem... ,,:* 'this ';news from 'a passenger, and ;have' /f
doubt whether there. others.who:can Prcsidential election'is at'ha ,h : i -" '' '$1.'f reason tot believe that i his authentic. ;7'\: I
arp many The : ;recc 1ypu: 1t 4 .comparative' BjLleutJ: -Ji Gt aii1on;F,'''V>The iReader, *' .w* ': '' -: -- "':__ J )

; make out even the., _title.,. hortthe people"of the imdyote'fdrnpTnia South, to cas]t asid ; '*rec ipts"Df, revenuVfoy V 'j JL i*" -*' '"the- first'' 'sev-*" ''. '.of'the.Declaration"May'greenold .age bring '[From the N..-O..Picayune' of4h&1tt1i$ I

>. 'party pre iJectiibnSj J that h nd'{ ''days*,nndeithe1operati9n, of, thjmki to'ProvidencQ for manyblesaAgs on him ',ON};PAY LATERrthMyE4: RhTtenSbi
will ofgrye; unequivocal,pledges ;'' "J if A af'n .
p MIDDLE FioRip.i :TuRFK isp-s-The Newport ciitive interferencewill} be used, to.. ftefeijit riffi i4for\the",same.tim in"ithe and hi J'r": .;:-: "' ; / ', Palmetto. :'Capt: Sniiiived -.'. ,q! :

*. Gazette, informs ius that,pn.the 10th, _mat, .and, every kindred, -., measure. .- '?.,' ,.* .:.. : g (y$a tid r'tn ,T rlfftt.t8 2.'Jt: .Lacked(if "i in. 'Are,'Ulewe"ofmut FJ V -TKe al United biterestt,1het'States- [ .last niglit Brazes"frpnrVera r CjrtTz'Sii'by Ieftcr'%ay' *.fT .. I
up'iii 'picbana. Santiago SS
I a cargo of 41 barrels?of turpentine, arrived at ',-ihespirit an&, coimendaton' >: : : '- .'dmhi'' .tifu' thoreveiTu '.'baS 'niay bid dea e:to'All their w niesl''. V AH) ..on''liUe. athVTampiOT" oh tKe.lOth-'aSdTtliefT..
,, that from'th'e plantation"of Ifr P..'BBaiis :above 'tnost'neartily respond.: :Th' tfe' : t a < 1f half t -.'.'' :''' i r ** ...
,place we '.y't ...., > .1. }.. '';,ByJ1fUS Boy 'TkSwyitjbeiernwuragedlaji dd ali. n'f tT ti8 Zv; Sith e istK .:
: >j'- v* ; *'' tt -'* >; : *' i .
I Esq: ;, he peseit,Comytoer! bfh e Ste!/ !::15: :'which" .:'has'.f prompted it is. not' mfi, edt!:. ,..:: : : { nd;1hIsh' .he'J p tioi., of,;The. low ; .our ,greatest" !.'' f Bthiril i i:1 1 av .:. 1etts I1ptfroixiVeiCi'iz ': I
t 'A. J 'fil r
I: the reeultof Jin,experiment,'and.weunders nd'that :'Caroi. bufis.wHely diffuseithefioutKerja ) q, :'b' >r"' tlc'p-' .ff''". ;1i.C L ,'Jo.W0'4UUUl-l .' i:1> :.vanceincnt.. -fb".-natibnal""_ "".:prosperityf /" '. 'r' .' "1 !:C i tlnl thex:to.the'; r j 9t..tJi 1!.t erba1rP: I!
I r 'ii'is considered profitable'one.,'iijt' States Before the evenue.owonder ,.4Br Joiflb4er-Ri3" IXC4l1flCy .'u'Oc.' -, j
a we ; pa .,* thatt1cfrtnr. < .' 'f -' .- \thecrs otih: thettther :Mdbe I Ir
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_: 7loubt.much', ; whether, ihere. ::can;:Jbe';fun i in' 'our,,eye,"thelsubjeet had been,., r--e*'"11": : "m.onenmg- _" ,1&1.:,tJ,eiri., evt"t ,th8'.'i .e q <.;"0 t.9 or. ,tat. cLg,.'$.0 .+ ..,,urrou; -.h 0 d' ..ri'LI'fitm.. '" '' '' tJlen'Scott. j
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:.. ).riddle. .-..!Ioridai':7.''' ijfficte' t,quntity of'the P".. geaMtoi. ?.A.1 citzensotthiState: -',, ",., < _" ,fc' 'o'Qt.., Ndwo. ,_d&" '..th. "i" oJ esurthtifl'ro.anit' _" y +. _,I.. -,;: :Mi!.'"Jones.-Florfda" the:. Land.j: < fPhowuibet' .- :'L.I..t..t'\.t.'? .:.. .: e "are-l't'l. '. bett1D I

'*,per, .Pine,. ,lands. ,to. warrant the) j Belief. *,. "thai"Xuj. gia"" 'an4. .theecesity. ..;df..;,a'so., th...1.rtl :: t iJbec: 'fu're, n6 f ,' ;: e dughters.L' ', 1-W-.'ouropmion!. ,, \"rf 1": t 11e.1)11U.1. I
c, r T"J t- '--i v>/' *'*%/- j$ *f'- -> .i 'H..i'J. 't: ">tg s. "-( ''."-"f;'; r. n-7T : $ some.one ..n th'e-'uwy. j.1M u.
;pentine'can, erbe'tupo .to',any::extent t tionis ackuowleged.byveflftl e J' i'It.wi ',be lbng: $'- I:1' (: "A --.L'.n. a'i
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IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.sowjcanpOrdcr i iof ARUIYAkof: the". EIflTAINLA' .. :city,,andf'the,ssa lt 4StcOi nDaiided.A 1 Hl! J. "," :' ,\
..t. ,' +. ? ,' .. = .< 9:0.Y oti ea.tio"n 1"t i "ii f "t.ti : fm ,
rnmen't wi
wu .. "' ''' tr)' :
War in'Gen. to; ': \'Ile SteameJritiJiln1"Cap : 'wSteeppiec .nM'1..t'rt' .1 } w ; .
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'ed' 16 "., .
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1 MeiiceP-Maopch Countermanded at'B : pftwhiclthe, 'n't..._ e. i.uthi 1. 'U .0/1' '.au 33to7gE ut.
h upon stonabOUt' ku 'beads .-- Z. uT_ <"fko1i 1t- .' ". e'W-9-'tj-.o-' .I4. t.t. --
1 : ',. \7. 1fi..'I.' erm h'J.'W !.8 ea Qrt e"&eiI .tm .I1i- "' :
1flfl'S morning and"at 11 o'dw her ewsTaSre .
p..ta : ; : < ; ;-.r :"* .tD4tcn, swvg '
: :f..fltAt the. fiXed'l 1ot ; 'i 'Dh .41.:' 4 'i"> ." t ,.,- '. I _
recel.the ceived froiLtU1 .' Jt iof. I
picoTpr"tfyesterday here the teIegrapl : i "o "
by CItpmt
:, the "v 'El for the .. magnetic aay,, toe fit.h of. April' .he l' Canton ihaU 1'\in ji i W\ .t.1t. fi J 4-4r; -
the t .1J .
-111 Of ,Republicano, city !;By following4summary ;[ \.F, Y tQ arP i
r be to 1 ''meiili..e.'ili.1' j
iSi of the'Oth June 'alsothe number of made.'up in Liverpool, by'thVcorrespondent of ,, : -2.opened-Her 'ntishsubjecfcn. ;" W 5' f'1 t ]: tioUwmndvscrzbed.Tocnahjps,:M":: D. ,. 1y' "b o. !

, 2s y hich was missing from our. 1es.- tho newspapers in this city andltoahsmittedby: to- Majest s Cts.Sh be liberty ;Gener 4th! r iT .Offic ;J N Dillei .f 1 'fJ i'I' I t
"Jjiin roam for exercise
$ has advanced WeVdgfah's'of : molestation,returning ,:.particular qnartesecthunpon:whfc eciaencm the *TIri i
the piper of the 28th con- ton ajpenny.per. theamIayas it' riti l catedvZ rc 1Ji: ;
!L of the proceedings of a council of pound, while there has been a very."greatde-'; Shiigl i siidinypcrsonsmoIetingthexashn31be }dibed.J.n the annexel list.. ,-Those,.pjltcsnts :thfor hOS euiit'p.th.1'e' : j'1

IaiJS.rt fpor toKavabcen held in Gen;Scott's, camp dine b'readstuffs_ of all descriptions. "3. The 8eV y injshed4!, ;:th 'townshj ::are,xequeated,;O ti G''with.tIe RegIster sndR4cyer atkmjnsirfl wtthhiy 'ot .

",pyjaj, the.24th., the business of which [Correspondence of the Commercial Advertiser.. { tober-land aggressors on"Colonel on'the Chesnej:tyro seamen sthd others in Oc at GJ''j bet."tt.e". .,dates. satisfactory. proo piiauant to Ii l bt,the La1r.e.K.P"J.go;" t rl

determine. whether or not to advance uptCJPitat. LIVERPOOL July 4 Itau m. f* .Fushanfpn'the' 12th ofMarcK ihall be nrade : Such .T4. .. .. r'j' 1
) proof.s1uabe: !
: : ; : applicants:frid daYit
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One general whose is not given f ofP' 7Vfa COrrebiratwj1y: 'ot 9
I exampl > ; : mor disuxtereste tuici testimony ; '
__.e argued that it would be impruan A signal depression hastakenplace.mthe A i.-. : ometent witneses .W lch? hO J .a11 the
:"ii' corn. market since the departure of the'last' .spa( :oh th IHbtt 2Oftheriver: fot: I settlement, 0'". .. _- prticular, as to the
act of madness to advance the.er ; ? 'f'i..
LLIII, upon steamer attributable to mtpaisslut peculiarly ion'ofwareh' ouses.&c.j a si.tor.j8:' ,.tnl 4 proof:.reqtured. 'in eJ regtIIg : .
ledpior before t
: ,nth less than twenty thousand'men., .to the prevalence of fine weather and the nev church' 5 ;and, totherjniinor, arrangements," ;qa 8.vJ. forfeit'. .k4 righ\; 'title,- md laini' ?.4nmd thei PeInIf_et._ \. > 4 ed.i W jI1.. '

t ;pon the supposition that every thing growing steadiness of the.moneymarket Pri- nciuding th? keeping the river"frohtbefore the. .1 ., . : :',,";:,:> 'r
evident '
work favorably for them it was factories clear -if'
d i1t. At theclosirig' of.boats'werjj.oviu fory3 .ft. nn or ti.re"hir.Jrthe
ces have become low'beyond'prec : pwn ship" .J ,
: u'onfpr1'f'ulmen.-
they .could not enter the capital without of marketyeslerday'atternOoi;! the After ugi'eeingto -theseterms.:: "Keyingstill : ;_.. .. --,. nge.. I btie.gi..nd I ilu'q I

ince ; and that supposing in their differ- our evaded' then:: fu\ and it. after, 1'wenty-three ; Easfcr "
best Western canal brands would not fetch" ment" was only Oll Twenty.; l' !; : 5thMay,1s48.: :

rf engagements they should lose half of their .. more than 34s Gd bbL in some few instances i further demonstrations of-.strength-and resolu"..: ,..Tw nty.one'_ t-1 Nineteen do,' I 28th June.i8.t.! ;'r .
, ; ; ,
per I .
more,they would be left with zome.fourtesind it reached 35s but th.e..transactionswere tion on the part,of 3ir>Tohn.iDaviSjly4hreate"ning : -: :Tw nty-tw6l; 'd6. 'Nineteen'-:: da.s.":"'ITwenty' '. ', -- .do' ->rdo'-,; .- .j 4. .: .. '

_" men with which number it was exj generally of a:retail character, and didjaot.indicate the city,and by' actually.razing ajhquse.to \Twenty-one: i do I ,-> / Sin. J ; "do"y; : "rrrf :.1J, .. '

ely.hazardous to attempt to hold-so popu- the slighest speculative disposition, :1 the:ground/whencea;: stone liid. hurled a- 'T"d 0 Twenty; ,; :do ; 4'tLoT .'n..':. :, _
city. gnnst an English reluctanily Twe tyt'i do Twenty-one' do '. .z"- : .
S officerylhAVKeying :
; .
fcs He The rumors of potatoe disease are exceeding .1'.1'.d dG4 L'; f .!
Worth was of a different opinion. consented bst to Twenthree rdo :do''*'' j. : ''
go. poniih"the Fuhshan rioters -Twenty-one'
the '
reliable and
and not do .
ly conflicting growing ; ;
? -i.\
,t.ned that every invader who hesitated retro- crops are in a state of the utmost forwardness; within the factories.. The jopubctt;;Can T e1ty-two.: *' 'doTwentythree I'Twenty-two >rJ>,:' do : .: ,, (

that in their situation a single ton appeared still d .1.I0_ Twenty-two dp .' : ; 1 ": :
rftost; disastrousSequences the weather could scarcely be more favorable. higher'exasperate' against f : dO' .:dd .
J4* movement involved the had most already beenrittd. .than it ia. the English, & :worfaxen could be found to ; ffq-TE.-r.The,particulars, atQ the settlgjnent 'should.be--the.time; vhen* : -.k '
and that this erect 1
that six or eightkind COTTON..-This market has been affected in an the walls and buildings agreed uptn.7 .nced-t1\e kiD\Lqf crop cultivated-number of acres innltksiion-the ltiatMIi ;
He added proudly inverse f ratio. and shows a state of decided improvement The main body 'of the tioojis.wj: (f removed 'ere ted-numler fpCriOIs'composing he lamily-discnmiAting kind of nement
sufficient to tWD.dult8
Americans were conquer down Sth' .. an1 n lriD
the river
on the theISttand ales : .
that their triumph ; the advance is % of a penny pet ] company.of andifemalesTwhife'and colored. :" "'
Mexicans :
thousand j' ilAMI"Rp '
ttelt1 tertain and there was no reason for not5gOfl. pound since the last steamer. Our latest quotations a few sappers"being left at'Canton until -' ,, JOHN PARSONS, Recemrv .t., '_ _; EgIat. :ei-F.r': ,

v& Gen. Scott and others are said toTe are for fair Upland and Mobile 73 ; fair the the improvements in are"carried ou;'anii tb.keep LAND OJ'FICF1 NewnansviliejpFlorida\ July 16th,'!&4 la 3 '_'." '

approved these sentiments, so that it was Orleans 7%per poun(. The American descriptions populace check. The opinion" generally ". -_ '
sold this week prevails that the terms of the new'agreement .-
comprised 15000Upland
that should commence V VFrom
determined they 8CI1E
jjjjjt at 6> to7% 25,000 6% to 8M.lO areof: such.paramount irapbrtance us,to justify E.
the 2Sth but the Orlepat 'Twas '- '-
forwird movement on upon the serious eve arid,.after this dat the oriVah and .
stepstaken by Sir John Davis. The _
530 Mobile and Alabama and ,
at 6 5SO island
that it not be And from his "
pe5tion of some one might pro- delay of two years befoie.thV. city 'of Canton sinking daily course to. rest, deParjures-bf the mails will b'e UO" : ** :
13&to 22d
after des- at per pound. Less'aetivity .The tho' reluctant to f
just The
act so promptly having shall 81lIl as depart Aort&em mails will
be to arrive
pt.t' opened B17itis,subjects is on Sundarsan
has been evinced generally
.to-day though a large.quantity V
ied the communication from the Govern- of ling'ring/gently threw his evening rays *W eliDes ftj' 'at 9 'o'clock '
complained as an evasion and violation of the $ r: MandcloseoTusday's V
the United States with renewed offers was affording a.turn in.favor of buy- Upon a scene of the rose' '
of beautywhere and atl '
of Nankin. Friday's
Q'CI :
gt treaty Great, ararm prevailed at Ck p. w; :
jpczce,Gen. Scott replied that he would waite ers.The Canton by the last accounts and the merchantswere And lily.with.a matchless,grace e t 'dXheir' The.Westeni'and Southern mails: wiirarriveon
entire stock in is ,
estimated a
now port at .
Rio Frio to receive the ofpe1feIican and their "
answer blended
lovely forms sweet Tuesday's
&iysat .and
about 443,000 bales. TheAmeHcai&. proportion removing their property under the apprehension breath, Frid"ay', at 7 tfilocVr.and z,
Government. C close
on Sunday's and
violence from the Chinese. .In India WednesdaysatVa .
jie. : force at the time of this coun- standing decrease.at 333,000, showing a material general the distressing state of the dominions. the Ni-, And threw. it on the:zep floating,by, o'clock,'P. M. JOHN M PONS, P.3!. V .

i".s set down by thp Mexicans at eight thou- COEJI FROM THE BLACK SEA. -The Semaphorede zam rendered it probable that the Indian Government A That it incense might waft from it their to the god of day :-Jacksonville. July 20th-,. 1847.__ **.- .
hundred men thirty pieces artillery would holy grateM breasts. .
jgj five Marseilles of the 21st instant, mentions that interfere for the purpose of restoring Beneath
spreading tree whose branches bow'dWith VIflCiroijt .
order. ,
mortar.. ,
jjii one 479 vessels arrived from Constantinople from fruit until kiss'd ''"' i: .
remarks thisinforma- golden they the ground Court ..
the Bepublicano upon the 22d.ult to the Cth instant; 344 of which -- EASTERN "
fcrWe believe the Americans have com- ; The Whig Party in Favor of a Monarchy in Carpeted with Nature's fairest flowers- CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA. .t
jn: came'from the Black Sea laden with grain. .
fomise their situation beyond measure ; and Mexico." The truth is, that the people Mexico As tho' fond f.irieshad bestow'd their care COLVMtIL. COUNTY, TODecember WIT: .";. .
During first three days of the week en- '
To fit it for their : V
difficult that be lovely queen's retreat Term 1847.
in t1.e event certainly very can never, well governed under a repub .
iren ding 27th. June 192 ships mostly laden with Isaac P.Hardee '
Reclined in the of and'Robertl %
their lic and that exquisiteness
triumphs instead grace
win triumphs very of ,
:4 ev upon corn and provisions arrived London from various making a crusade to H. V
A being lovely as the scene around Hardeemorchanteandpart- Attachment '
jirtories will cause their uin2spoken prevent the establishment of a monarchy there :
foreign ports.Between.tlie latest official And fair as she was lovely. O'er her cheek ners, trading under the name, Sunfsworri to
(the ,
explanation of the,
council above of was held on the :cause 01'the
lie 25th of May and the 4th ult t ,
Alternate stylem P. & R. H. .
colors like the
play'd now sky .
alluded in the Star of Puebla war,) WE SHOULD B.mxa, REJOICE ; .
ji It is not to 1,237 vessels mostly laden with corn passed AT SUCH Hardee '' .
This Crinizoirwith theJ>lush of coming morn. Bond filed for
in Mr. Kendall's letters which AN EVENT. would be most guar of
nor the J
Kfte26th, through Straits of Gibraltar, from the Me-
It all beautiful T3 I '
KBfdown to the Oth. Yet the facts are said"it diterranean. stability, and. of course some guaranty that the glow'd but soon'again Nickabud- $30312'v *
whiter than the driv n'snow. "Rauler m.
rights of citizens paleness
derivedfrom a responsible source and government.would be '
throughout Germany present the : ,
respected.77 Louisville Journal. Appear'd, to.bid each,rosy hue:depart, DcfemIdiuandufl otherintereztedare V
id possible-Gen. Worth's opinions pardcutflvso. most favorable and it is hoped that THE -
The Itepublicano of 'the 29th says the harvest will appearance be unusually abundant.. This we take from a lon; article,in the Journal : As tho' 'twould mock the pureness of the pearls rc y fibtified of the commencement of ,

tithing ahout the subject.EttPE A &sel which has arrived iu London from very. carefully written to define" whir-- nosi.--- i im Her parted lips disclosed. Her azure eye.:: the above,entitled. suit by.attachment.,.returna .
O '
the has several irrels of tions. They would rejoice at the establishment Mild as the cloudless ky at summer1s'ev ble to theDecember Term of said.Court to wifc. ,
Mauritius brought
I article which had before been of a monarchy in Mexico. If they c 1't get the Spoke of the pureness of her soul within: the.thiid Moriday.in December 'next, and are

OF EIGHT AMERICAN PRISON pork imported, un from that island. never government of this country into their, hands, She wept. And yet it seem'd na common, grief required to appear and plead to tIie' .eclaration'.

ERS. iJr. of who has wont they be in favor of a monarchy in this Was that which bid. the pearly tear drops flow therein filed according to law. V

The schooner horn, Capt Kinney, arrived in Beck lpswich has dipped largely' country T':Loni&mlle Democrat. Fast down her changing cheek, e'enlike the dew "W..M.IVES, PlaiitifP Attorney.. i

tesrestercLy morning from Tampico bring- railway speculations, 'absquatulated'7 to That heaven sheds'upon the flowers of earth Alligator. ExF; JuIy3OthlSI7. 4m 7
the Continent the
liabilities .
zcovereiirhi of the American prisoners who of 25,000. leaving to The Revenue.-The Washington Union has When o'er their beauty night doth cast its shade. *- *> V :i-i

hTe been 80 long and so unjustly detained in procured from the Treasury an official letter And as her bosom heav'd, it seem'd as tho7 -V

leI. The names of these men are A. W. Among the recent importations of food a Lon- from the Secretary, in reply to a communication Each sob would rend her aching hemin'twain. 1I10TI..E. .L 'J
don mentions that 114 of of Man-
,W. P. DeXormandie: Wm. Funk. Jno. paper bags from Mr. Adams. of Mississippifrom which Within a hand, such as the sculptor's eye ALL Persons concerned or interested, are
dioca flour have been received from Pernam-
knaSj Jno. A. Scott, Robt S. Cockrill, John buco. letter, according to the Union it appears; ''th i Might long to'gaze upon, without the_skill ed to take, notice,'that theTaadersign--
Swigert and Wm. RusselL The last named belonged the actual augmentation of receipts: r duties To trace its beauty in the hidden stone, compliance 'with 8 act of.thA Sidle of td1
At there is indication of united '
to the Arkansas cavalry, the others to present no a for the first seven months and ten day under She held a glitf'ring bladewhose, brightness cast Florida entitled ttAii Act to provide'for the reestablishment fl

t le to; regiments from Kentucky. They left divided national and Irish exhausted party being created of the out Repeal of the the tariff, of 1846, as compared 'with the same Back on her face. the rays'born in ne yes., I of the Records of.the County of, ,
fragments and
tin city of Mexico on the Oth of June, with the time under the tariff of 1842 exceeds one'mil And raising it as tho' to'snap the cords Columbia forother.purposes/7 ,Approved .

other prj-soners. it being understood that theirdesuniiuou Association, The country is still a prey to famine lion of dollars ; and that adding, the duties on Which bound her soul to clay, she trembling January 6th,'18474 They have this:day.filed V
pestilence and many' must elapse in the Clerk's
years of the Circuit
marched with Court for
was T&mpico. They before the warehoused goods, the total increase' is pausd: ; ;:
she herself. The
small l escort in charge of a colonel and Jtwojor can recover conflicting nearely one million and a half of dollars: It Then cast the instrument of death'to earth, said County, a paper writing purporting to; be '
farce otce. On the 17th they reached llue- statements respecting the prospects appears also that the rate of, augmentation in .While from her lips which opo'd as if sAeprayd| ,a copyin substance of the last.Will and Testa-
of the render it still difficult to
jatla where they vrere turned over as prisoners potato crop,' progressing, and that Mr.'W alker's estimate will A voice which.chained 'the.. ear' thai*heard, meht ofHenry Jones,late of said tfounty,decease .
the but the decided
give any opinion on subject ; ed the original of said last:
to Gen. Garay in command of that town, wheresevera11Wldre be more than realized T y the result? : i prdclaim'd Will andTestament* i .
Lord John 1 Russell the iI <
troops were stationed. The tone adopted by on I fm darrfd ffrliyed.onion.cizL'j more. having been destroyed by fire on the ;first'day.
in the House of Commons has left .
subject an unfavorable November last.
prisoners were treated with some considerationby At the celebration of the fourth in.Summer- JACKSONVILLE 26th July, 1847._ X. And that they will .apply .

Gen. Garay,and much more kindness than impression on the public mind.- ville, S. C., D. K Whitaker, Esq pronouncedthe the Circuit .Court of said'County> atvthe '.next" ,
Whilst, however, it is our duty to point out the Term of said Court to be.held in and for .
they hid before met with. They were informed oration and the ;the .
sentiment Plant Trees.
gave ibllwing -Gerard iititit'cnt
declaration of the chief Minister of the crown :aqu i .
by him that he had order of Uon. Levi County Columbia on the..third:'Monday ,in-
no to dispose Woodbury-A man in whose heart writer who.flourished since his fellow '1
long gaye .
the loss the
respecting apprehended on potato ; December-next-to have said
them and it the *- Copy Will estab
iat he was of truth '-
fJ although presumed principles and
I justice are as firmly men the following good advicet It is
it is right to add that the opinion as. ,lished in lieu of
crop, expressed aajd
the purpose of the Government to send them on I imbedded as the.hilla in the soil of his native good applicable now as then: original so.destroyed by V
variance with
by his lordship is at many reports fi.re as aforesaid. V .
to Tampic he had uo instructions to that effect. which have reached us from respectable state; a man true as steel to the rights of the I "Forward/' said he, "in ,the name, of God. : <- ;

the prisoner*were here furnished with twenty states and the rights of the south. two are to graft and nourish > WILLIAM,.TOW.NB.IDH>,'E3ecutori.-! .
of the United set plant up trees in'ev'iry ;
from all .
he This sources parts Kingdom on ANNY: MARY JONES Executrix ,
cents each daily for their have a northern democrat for ,<4
expenses. our president he corner of ground the labor Is nmiil1.tiiecost
this your ; .
aaaey Gen. Garay appears to have raised by important subject. is the man1ConfLikazial is nothing; the commodity.is great;. yourselves fe -A1ligattrJuly2_. ._- ?, 1847' '::=: ". 3m.. *: .

Mntributions amonz the town's people. After shall have plenty the shall have t V "J. r.
; poor
waianj here some days seeing no prospect of CHINA. Interview with the Jfon James somewhat in time of want, to relieve their.necessity V1 :-", ,

rdeise,and fearing lest events at the capital The Overland Mail from India has brought' BllCh. .-On the flth_ of July, 'the editor.of ; and God shall reward good minds OIX Administrator's Notice. .
night induce 1 .N' f Commercial had the .. .your AtOyTHS.aft r.date.. .jnake application V
the Government to change its intention tb.3 intelligence of two serious conflicts in.the : good fortune enjoy and diligence" O V
to theHonorable
of forwardinz them to Tampico, they Chine fcjead-the one between :English and a private, confidential interview with Secretary V Judge f.Probatefor.th _

determined to effect"their escape. They attempted the Chinese ; the other between the French : Buchanan, on board one of the Long Island F ilur'i''in France. Let crwe eiYed';"itNew !j of myfaccountsan.d. County ofAlahua; herj;for',a finarsettlement-: V

this in Email parties of five at one time squadron and the.Cochin Chinese, in' the Bay Sound steamers. The' Boston Post says that York- state ;that'th'e house oheIaruisFOr- of the estate;>f JO Administrator r .
fr\at mother and five another. Seven in Touivm. It would that. Sir John this mysterious affair took place in the : Milfer/late said coun. .
at 01 .
evening -
appear bin; Janson & Co. of Marseilles, has fajleil for deceased.: .4. -' -,'*,- ..... V
$a left on the 27th. The first five were all re- }avis the governor of,Hong Kong, having ineffectually and that the. following conversation on the ocr an amount variously estimated.at-.at, from 10-. V V V .
L\k nand carried back to Huejatla, but one of endeavored to procure redress for casion has since leaked out; Their : ; ,. 4dm'r. :; VV
.11,500,000.francs.; businesswas
July ;
; $3,1847. J.:4.: -- t.3
then again es ;peJ and with the other seven the piratical acts of the Chinese, and for Ihe 1[,. Buchanan.-What place is this, sir.? that of sugar refining, and Louis Philippe V V ,' i6xarfS -. ." "" .." VV .

Jied Tampico They marched principally numerous insults which are continually 'offered Editor.-:ewwrt, sir. : is said.to have had money invested 1'the'house.. : -:; V
V '
7 night and 've'pe from four to six or seven to the English residents in China and having 4 ;'N EIciL :, : '

iays on the route.. failed in procuring the fulfilment of the ';-A blunt old fashioned,Irishman, accompanied hereby given tiiat_SI 1f()NTHS afteVdafe,, V

After their of Nankin which stipulated for the ad- .by,his family, having arrived fresh from the JV e are glad to, learn (says the New Orleans A/I shall apply jto tte\Honorable.rudge[ the: f
arrival treaty .
at Tampico. news reached "Green Isle settled-in the Delta of the'17th inst),that the orders directmg'Ll Probate 'ot : aic
; city Brooklyn :Court_ !a&3"Co
WJ a Mexican that about'thirty of the mission of foreigners into the city of Canton resolved t1tl.rmi.ws: ;,.. | .
had also to that to strike some blow which should compel hard by a good Presby terian.Deacon, who was" p Col:Hunt toreppix.tp.;: Washhigton-have; ch e:from"the\ExeraforsMpon}eEi of.- *j **

jortheIn tai attempted.been escape; twenty- the Chinese authorities to listen to reason. very sanctimonious 'church, utvcry slippery been'countermandeil,'and that Le'wiUJmmetlia.: .William" : 1k'-r,-late of saidco'tintyi'deceased,* .
V ; retaken. and three others and in tel/resume his duties as Quartermaster in this -isf "T' mfr, : "- V
unscrupulous politics.1 jTbe; Deacon A. BUSSrXa1to, -. oF
made his .
JD the Accordingly having arrangements '' .
JJ pursuit. These were the reports in ; .t' 'I' '.-' A ?. ,..A ., '"
apico, but our informant does not place any Sir.John Davis, accompanied by Gen l Aguillar the..approaching wishing to get Patrick's election vote.sent.him and>influence, :,,. \ .. -. > '. ,- ,_"oJ.nly2c'ls4T.. ; :." 'v'- ." :l' : .'-p".. "i'.i-; .' -V
apucit with about 1000 of ull arms embarkedon a present of k r-' "t'Y' .
confidence in them. men .
He has little '
exJ&tion.thstCoLDeRussy's board her Majesty's ships Vulture and'Espi- a ,barrel of corn.meaL accompanied; .a n&te 'fbrefor Cancer.;.Mr r ---s y;!.he ias effectually : ; I ,tt'i..

:e of tny avail in procuring expedition the release will of cgle, the lio. Company's steamer Pluto, and the'. expressing his sympathy' for thq starving Irish, cure l..Zthnes1fof.an i bsliitiucer '1by bNEUUNDRED.SrP"... .;. '. ,:.. ,,;. ..:.. ,... I
l and spiced with reflection| uppn the Briftsh; the free use potash madVifrom"thrashes of ,,. : 1'W A'&. ( .1
uer prisoners. He thinks it will Corsair, with one or two-small vessels for the J .. :. ..,! aa .'t
fcL it the intentin be to rescue the men by conveyance'of artillery and -troops,-the whole Government for its tinjust and harsh treatment red oak boiled. to' the cohsi$ence of.mplasses, Srfr; ;. .":RAL: iS*?; m. 'tbt,Su1cribr; :.
of that PAt the barrel Used :
command of people. opened jand.paw as a poultice, cover jtthe..whoIevita.coat1ofiai.4 ; .
The naval forces being'under Capt }. ,' noi C'uuty-Th
movement of the colonel will inev- : } j
"wijDe Mcdougall the senior officer'on1"the stati n. -1 ed over #the contents with,wonder and-aston- Two'or'three. 'applications'w: y : 'V ton V Sa urday evening,; th .insf..m ; .
reported to Gen. Garay in advance, ishment. .Not. : mo&all .r bfrm "after.wh hit'.iS ':: "V oOf' f
haying seen, any such5l only
it he does not With this expedition Sir John Davis entered proven ,' ,tmG O'V,}t ltSy"a.J,
JJ feel himself : ; f
strong enough' der'7.aa that before .he knew not rto 'heal the wound'with 'common V I
whattpi make ,
necessary" boutyears
'ceive of the 2nd Of 5ffeetiior
an attack the Bocca Tigris at .9 a. m. April age i .*inchesin-:
he V
can very readily send <'i ,of it for the soul othun. After blowing rit'about, \ salveZ'' -'-::' -. height au4of
e"Tiers further into the interior. surprised the Anurighoy forts; as wellasthoseon ... . *,yejlow the Islands ofNorth'and SouthJWant6ng \. "drozzling if between,his fingers, and rubbing it .., '. .' I' about 35 YeaNo1 ; of ft Jakn4tfrj.and
rneatt. r t e men i5 to be ,' :in his:-hands for be to the : ':s:' ,' '. tL some : .
greatly 4.epl r- and carried them ion both sides'ofthcTiver a a long-time, came conclusion 1 (I QBITU&RL ', .0I. -., J 5-feet 5ror 6,;inches-3n ';eigntvbisirbntv p.

Ssnes cannot but think there bas b .re-, few .minutes.. The amounting to .4.5.0-; that a. dirthy.. tricJf '",had been played ';Dui J tA1lig1ltor.C-olum: i.com;}1orida? teeth are set wideiap rijllmdhe'ris.i'atherintel .; i

*gtbeirj on the part or Gen..S'cott in not obtain. W spiked/.and: all'the guns aX1Ilf.8., di'u.mmmlltion. uponiim; so he sat down and _penned the.iblJojrin On Friday -the 23d July l847; MkLlZk3- KgenjBiother. e.-MAlJRICIJ; ," ,aoou.:25 .!'

e. With a number/of Mexican "* ** laconic: and iouchvtglrepl. } r WES, wife of Edward JEL'lTes,aged 17 years;- yearsfold: mulatto.: ''. J t
:ers In our collected instantly d Stro jdJ / : : V1 % 'flJ.fu ., ,...-.t J Jong boshy hairj;,ani t .
Goernnert power, we would ave brought Having thus sec red,!'a'communication''with tA\i Bzo auYN, 9th, leaving an affectionate'hUBbU1d;, d.tw small; keepV.fit'..general r g JJ; .;';:'. _
It Prisoner to a sense (f its obligations to Hong Kori&; the, ex{>editioii'.advancedup:in'the .To Mr.- Sir; With: gratitude ;J* accept :children to mourn her}loss,;;c Her.death is another :' deep biue feye Is quite bQw-1 .Mt-,:M2l pbs'esses -:. :.1

tthersttretr1 ; by hiiging up some of thefri'n. river, and reached Whamp latiln flue'.after 'your f pathyJ. ; tk-i yovflsarcdust($ i : strong admonition,'that 5iu the midst-pflifeweh a\pleai&gwun! enance7r'he is til:gow.-barsV V : it

noon.. All the troops were trangf erred on board > .-" .Trniy.yourhumblesirvt.. e;in'dekth,57;for but& very,short time*: ber, was raised a. house 8ervarit"andas'unTistK"[ ;
..1)ATRlCI DOLAN"0 since the deceased-was.in ihe enjoyment of fine) ally intelent--aboui'iCed 6 V I
such've&sels as could proceed'up Hver.: Sir, 4 f. ".. -7'1'h_ or 8" incllc31mnV 4
:_. 1<;., 4 health.and-inthe bloom"jof.yottthj.with a bright heightancUthutlyjna4e.,'ALFRED ff g
fa* SllJtSwGen.. Taylor.Welearn, John.reached .the barrier,formed of stakes,and t i _.*k:1 "- >'*** .i rtsyri. is of quite I. J
f ir#& ..j5tatement, rA of prospect.of a long lift before her.-i .ll" % a :dark-complexion "' J.
comparison intelligentand '
Cincinnati Commercial, that when extending across the,river,.at 9,a. jn,.0 n the 3d ; !_ 'a; good ..

zylgr.! received the letter 'from the Ci-- of April and forced ,a passage.. ThejfortaatWhampoa the registerf of niori tyjsaysanEnglish paper, \,: DlacksmitliiBou25 years oldV 4 feet 8 inches
ivill convince'iis-that hefo place : -
ei Sigri (the answeJt'to which has'Cl'.ea- WpokingtApfired round shot and. a ,; 43PerBteamer ,--- Oii ,: '
tch I &e 4f; ed_v foitrsrqJi. is ex.: StPHattHews 18years old, dt: ler3b1jabOut .
er/CoLBrereton ; :from Savannah 3reetP
tion) he took it to Cot MitchthOhioregimen grape 'at the'djyiapia u $ ; ,butby ; r.i
e1Is .1
: posed for;weeks tg- a wnti.uual.;sh werof caihno'n >* $**! T>f'l' ,8 ch high d W oSt' 'ot' fi .
who'admecl'hiin' to nis judicious niaittaganent,hei avoide4,their '' ,i.i- -er .effects and being eiBpectually suppbried by;the shot, orl? .placed, on a field yof;battle>hefpre .... -,.. ionef4istand 1 : <- t
1d geDeriJ, said if he thought bestd11tx4e .he; guns of;the Plutotke.gallant Colquel the bravest andrnio8tlrewlnteQ 1 ; ,hjs/enemies;' : .,,, .H-Cone-JEL_..>-iL.SwU,4.," ..f 1 4Yalej/C&.. ... -,...Halty... -' [: 'he above neoes.twfcVitntim,ih erorofVth'Ban1 ;wfourhundr :. I j g
him ha? a much / hance of life runs Ies3'risk.of.a'pr .and J'.14','1tnt ft' .. o .t1. ." adollawJn-thebiUs, ofW- .
an answer, and in'abou't ten session of those forts,.spike i the.guns .amounting ,. .-, ._ _. .' '. t. '". ,- >
.faytor 'was io 200 estrpyedill thefl--. -* :. ia116 dMt1i.th fje.worked in an' 'Uf1R'l ton .& IJt.lie1ieyt' therwill-; -*j

tt,.OUand again"iVeannweroUhat"'inTHontereyVandremarked ..tion and moreajQd magazines.if'1; e.r.er' .,- being ". undraui ed"street/and slept in a'CTpwded zoom t"jl'_.BINJf. INT.ELL"lGENCE... .,.,. .. .. : : tempt;to mLke'.their:way io Xittle'Ritef. KQi?V ))1
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flUietter.?1 in-'Briatol oLvcrpoolrbechaiW. of. life tfas> }; t : ''t-_'y.kPOaT -' : : : : :_ '; 'f rOm::?>.ence they,cam .:orfattemptto'get lot $> V : .
"That'sright;; answerea cleared ofimpediments, expeditionadvan- '. ;'.' : .' r ,.''oct*r l"v'Baae }?! !, V 1
1_ 1M and took occasion to'say.JftGeneral, coo.up to Canton-aijd.here;the.Btrojig fort. a1l- .11. -'tJi0'' ," ', lv .ii it' ". ,.'. I '' : ,' ,: :" ,.qrcKaoNvIL4ULY3cl.4, : 80JDeTesset bound fid a free-StatSe,': iMinrice-is ,
weU- "
;8" gefFnslung .: .''t" ; :'," ".5O.tI1Sieg9fAItWerp : . acquainted;.iJi>Satannah and "
g an and'not'fit'tq advice ed Fnch.FoIlywa. effectually d mqli .like ;. i; .
ir1 give : : "1' rtEDH *' : 'id.na' 'ot'W11
,, 6StOlF vtyc /A ..fj,, : toake an ffort io h'on 'I,
Tif'14 ",I ouW write np more 1.tes those lower down.the.river( the guns, pi, :},. .. : .il Atf'' 7 -a __. "'"." '-" *jrea" .. V
Maa'Sfeaiierm)ttFews Chase.I jlr; to" -
SegeOfDLdajOS 54toi th..11 B p C5. ; \| : -v
1 ? total of.870 disabled since rJ or'' ". 2 ;.' ? ,
answered with .
-r : "That agrees ked-making a guns ..; :of '1 .1'L''Ft.r;. .. : :-30iaU5 k "lftrnnsTHckrand'tet:Slai fn**** Kloa '
1e? 'rievi l,. .ru Write no more;letCI1tclell 4iie,preceding .morning: .sejyigorctospro; ,.1- *"' *'" -.*;a..er---, VC4;-*:,:A--.' .. ., :i'Vlii\uai'1 e S t J wa l ; >rill be given fois; I.
.,"; ,-,- ceeduigs reasonAfter 'Sh 0 eep 11. LiverpooJ 1'if' Y W 1JYejiyingTklanchesterX. ..'. .-l'.. rJ":tPetiande : U'f ei 1\dt ianan4cciifin'ement9aiEit the.ouflsmoernsangeiUieB V V V :
"informed' nsthat'atanswered reduced Keying < >
t.-'e enTajlor : ? '\ ;.,, '\ -.ift' ... ./ v .Z i ni""I'l D.lInf" lI 1 1J'&r'C :and liberal reintfr-. .
procrastinationjKeyingwas < .
of ihescbresiof Chinese '
some further lg& .
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le .' Saw-making"Sheffield". .t'.L.1. W '" iS1 tQ' ,&ieaeSY&T _.'U. 0 yen, li"ot' the. -
p letteriBefow Mm; re- icompelleA \ Wait humi. aUndyKto the : : ,j _. ,..' '. .. '. 1'-' .1.. '. '. .
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:t ? .----p--V.. ,'. '' .T '. .. CoJib1a County Sheriff's Sale- : ':';. Wi : ;.ftE.- H'- :: O""p f ':;;:- t.. .{I .. "" ioi i iMSBS'IftLMES -i-. t, -::,< .-,., >' ,, A' _<\. .-: i. L .''
::1'4tt .' J'": Sh 'r11I'. 8 Sale. y.; : :?* ,..,i .W' 0S'E... ., ; l\l" 'n Lk&c4 I -p .t"1'I" ": .
L 2 :DY virtue of.-writ :ot1i ri...facias issued Drneorawrit: 'of/fiwi faciaa&isatted f. '.r.- rr: r ?' J.,1' -' 't. iT:. t. : ; : ." ::. ,
'.t icsastiae': ..Court ofHUktorjoughSte '.L.'1i thriltcd': fCoTu1)&oiin-v :; ) rR'I'iN'; 'r'Sfl;O'N L'.y' "P. .. :& COL erei4ed ,,1 "
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t o 4ty;; J tff oHda, levied ttponindre- tyt E'Cir Uif'of thc 5 State of;Florida\I ", fi-:t" ; ." \ ". ,: '0t.". ':.'1 ':'.their. ;>t5ck'. of-:Merdiindiw the cJIebaUdIg : >, ,

i1sL % forE will sale ;in'front of the Court Hpuss 1o:58: ',Cedar{ ;lVewekE1iL -', formerfy occupied by the j United Slates, .. ,
a'Constable l.jriu to -
i c turned( to ,meby:; -: expose expose Street. ,. ... : 11I1i1TFD -
,inBa&Con :: '_ __ ___ : ': :'. "D'J I(jtVtKe. GoTernmeflt. 'Bujl"insTby.havaib .
: 4 ,galftj before the,Omrt-HcuEe aoor in,Tampa, on 46oriin. the Town.Alligator; ) tjr} t -; .. -: : : '. .
4M t the first'Monday in September;':hert:between' on The first Mo in'AuguAD1847.)be4tweeh 'dJUID8ro N":4Z'1:: : ridaled .tb' 5r.atoek,; by >he late arrivaU.;from' ';
:New;Yorkfull.... ntoli Dry Goods'Gfoceriea -
onthtdaytefbdOwiflg described t ,
thoiwihounofc6fI1OW11iaeC1 legal hours ; .
i1 ic "prop rty, towit:' 'TJilitj'ine- ,and', 14J9th property/to witThe'North>Ea8t and '1" :,J ,: :), QltL' :(Hardware,I:Pjrpirisioni./4c.-&c.. .which, .I Y _..BEi.EKT .,',
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acres ollan6N.W..J of N.K .3 Section 12, South-East Quarters'of Section tbj8iX'((36.)r. : ;Occnpy.th ;ijacioU. FIVE'ST t I )they areprepared i to u\\\ at reduced price .

i ,: > Township 28 Range 23)) 8:.&.B. Levied _upon LOts No. 1, 21','and 8 SonthBastHalftftheSouthWest BO ,'No:56 CEDAi STREETbiwoL : ..Tb 1"axe'oow_ prepared' to .purchase* Cottons, STAT. _.: r .

tt, 1i : as the''propertyofStephcn, : Hollingsworth, to, Quarter of Section.tbirtjosi4'(36Y;( ) of.vrhlch is devoted s to.:the exhibition and 8alePRTN 1JiJes,- oiher prpdpce of tb*. country, at ,tb. -.

ra ,' satisfy sundry.executions in.favor ',of James T.. Lot ;-No. 6i 'The Nc> -$ ;( & ;part of th &# 1 highest Markt'tai.iapd, make cash adYl&c alon'conMgnrafhujto'theiR.frlefiaa Tlp waance of,the: t rc .

1 ik j Maybee and:others. N rth-West.Quarter'Section,36,.Lo No.'5.'J''A1- : :ttb:9:: A LIOUES.Then' : I .Charle.l.qu'of fie. ., in. : Savannah' .tad : < btnled 'Alr ct, ;.. .
JOHN PARKER Sheriff So the' South-West Half of the'. Soath-East )ttSt.Meiksjj -
; ,:present fitoik, consists:.of yearly' :They 'haVe'/a1-n: t j w; article of Wrpujtht;iron ; o d, '* 'to' ".
Hillsborough County,Fla. Quartwof Section 25, Lot; No.,6: AU In Town- .'. '; ,.' : thLe 2d'd' 0&t
t ;
Ploaghi.Trto which would. respectfully :caljtheatteijUon
they ;
rc ,.133JA
; Tampa July 9, 1847. 3t shiptsix. Range fifteen containing hundred One, ThoDsnndPackall'es. ," : '.._ .h ,' _. "of Pja>"nequ \ 'K.,POiti P ldt J&.
and Levied the r -r- w, '
eighty-six as
: acres. upon property Enibnwang: some JTHOtlSANDS;differentpatterns' u .' n.
'.; Tax Collector's Notice. William Cason to. satisfy ,said fi. fa.'infayopof and colorings, 'and comprising everything :; 'Jacksonville. . Nov..''6. .tf- .Sttfles'-of. : America do : rebl: a

r 'WILLattend at the following places for the ? -, iian& make '* I
: a I arid Cole. Dowling &Co. desirable in .the .11Q.e FOREIOjf. and Jfnowo, ,that a 'h1ie" .''
:::1 .4g purpose of receiving the State County T. B. FITZPATRICK .DOMESTIC. "* -,'" ,'," -, ', nf t1Jl. JlfOtfJ! t .iij be hehr J it the cfQ ::1Jbasee,1ipthestate i I

.i1, ri : '.tar:for the year 1847 :- Sheriff Columbia' County.. :All which are offered<'f r sale,'for cash? or I Watchmaker and Jeweller.NO. eaj
; At Parsons' Mills St. Johns Beach July '" or.F '
tim ,
( : July2,1847. satisfactory credit, at thiQWESTP.ICE3bythe 5 MALlt'TIUT. I (oi' '
'. ( 1 i :: : 12th.At :disposalqC the.un4erDien 4.'lOt'
Cot house July 17th. Columbia County SUerilTs t Sale.BYvirtue Re;pectfullv inform*the citizenaof T
: : Jphn.Brpward's : sai1 town/of St
; 'Creek July 21st. of a _writ fieri\ facian, issued from PIECE iQR' PACKAGE.Nest1esare ., :' J ackspnville.and it.tictnity,tht, Marksco,1 J1 c '
AtCoy's '
i : $ At Clay-Hill, E. Prescott's, house,.July 22nd. County, Eastern Circuit of,the : ; .received,'almost'everyday,, -. he has removed to 'the'house immediately Qdal the 4th d21. o(Oq .ri '

: I At'Mandarin Calvin Reed's house,July 31st State of 'Florida, I will e'tf'tI*e in'public ale, in and many,of them are got up for qtir'own wes, ': ': adjolafng''th.r'one recently : W'U i

i; :. At,the Court House at Jacksonville August front of the Court House door in tlie,Town of Alligator and'not to.be'found'elsewhere.: '* :,,;.' .! ,occupied, :a*. the.printing. ; ;LoI.Iiumbered, .two., tbiw, (er, iii :
c 2nd. THOS. LEDWITH, in said County,on thn firnt Monday in July 3ppPrin.ted: lists rof-'prices, corrected'from office of ihQ' FIorida, 'Statesman I and'"Is.low pre. eight! ten,r1veniwlv,,fwineyn.ifie.: :. .

I ': t : Sheriff' and Tax Collector. I A. D. 1847, between legal hours on_that day, day to day,.with every'variation in the market' .. pared execute, with promp M.all orders czi .rg ,f'.... npe.teen.twrnij.! .' t.Mtwwo.i..

July 9,1847., \ 2t. the follnwin described property toIt:The are placed in the hands'of bay ers.. : nacted with.'the akflvelyie. three twenty-four, I.-"nt.7..ax,t.rr I

East half of the East quarter of Section 15Town'ship Merchants be"able form.some idea of Mr. Grothe;would also say.. tkat he nas'determined tyighrt thiuyfihinj. ne, It.

cc &C Election Notice.val 6'Rnnge 18. Also. the' Ea t of the, SouthWest ) the'.extent and:variety of otu
i .,ELECTIONS will fourth be held in D of October County quarter; also, the South-West quarter of the state)'that the value of bur usual stock of ly to- work; n'. these br.an-hr.; He"renders'"hti ly, ,!,,- ..,-r ptj.t kre.; fi.m.fc, in.q f'. -

ri I : the ((4th))day of North*West quarter, and the South*West quarter, this OWE'AETICIJE, ISM least twice the value of thank, to the many; frif nd.;;;v
r 4 I next ensuing, (A. D. 1847,) for one for Senator two ( all in Section 15.. Township 6, Range'18, in_all the entire .stock of dry goods usually:-kept by their:patronage/,nd truiithat bis exertions, ber fi.,#,fifiyU.. fifiy ,hl,.aKiv.tw :.iAt-t,.f..v,
the first class) for said County, Representatives three hundred and sixty Rcre Levied on a* the wholesale ', after / ly-fpiir, stKlj.ix. ;
l 4 c GeneralAssem- our largest 'jobbers. This fact .together will be siieb a* to :merit it. "1.I1.* Y. ..s i,"',>r
of said County in the property of William Canon to.imlisfy,said writ of : with. the fact that our means and our .From'Iot'lg practise in bin business, be lee|. four. sevemy6ve,: r*"'1' < ?? ,

I bly of the State of Florida, for one'Sheriftj and Tax one fieri facias in'favor of John. W. Pearson. ,: attention, instead'of..being divided among a vast himself compeieal'lo' give satisfaction, and-his: enty-ntne..'eighty,ngb,1:1I}, f1&. W 9.0, ,

I s' : jte. Circuit Court' Clerk one Tax Assessor T., B. FITZPATRICK, variety of articles .are devoted wholly,to ONE charge will ..be Moderate and as reasonable as eight, ninety, nineiy. oe,- n.1 ",1 riel

lI.t r :;; Collector four County Commissioners, one Sheriff Columbia County., will render,the advantages which we can offer, those of the North nuu-ty;fht. oinety-nbe, 'one "JS'JJJ ,
Coronerfor said
;::1 i : County Surveyor and one the AlH rator, May 28th 1847. to dealers, perfectly obvious j aM it shall 'be N..B. 'Clocks Md Watches.repaired in the best d-"d and,two, one bundled am,hOM.j bai
4: SJ ; County of Duval; Also, for four Justices of IJ'The above sale is postponed to the first and four,,'one \
Justices Districts our.re'that none who visit establishment, mariner, and attbi" shortest notice. .hundred.and Mx oBt Lundnli
/ v :; Peace for each of the Said respective Elections to be heldi' Monday in August next. July 9 shall'meet'with,any disappointment, Jacksonville, Dec. 26. 1845.. seven,one hundred and eigfit,onehandredS;

t *:j: of said County. of Tax Collector's Sale. Our assortment, is complete at all seasons of one b'sndredand. eleven, one hundred and,w.1
i at the places, and hereinafter under named superintendence and who are BY virtue authority' vented in'me !by law, I the year. LID JUDgON &, LE.E.P. 'NOTIC3Epia one )hundred and fourte,v erne'..Inwdmi <;uti

,. ;fi A f the gentlemen 'of said, Election have levied upon the following lands, viz: .';S.-B. F ,LEE, formerly 'of the- .firm of .Ia(( n 'of Cop rtaenhlp.ritHECOPARTNERSHIP tOn6', hundred nd:sii.n, one hWrrtil
; 4 hereby. appointed Inspectors 48,00(1( (forty eight thousand) acres. returned tome Lord & Lees, and late.senior.partner of the original heretofore eighteen,'one,hundred -nd ainet'ern,'OM fojj

1 ::4 .. to wit: by the Assessor, as that part of the Arredondo firm of Lee'&-Br wsterfrom which con JL. tior and--t .at1. nft.hunrfreaand twWry WooJ 0
At Jacksonville Precinct. Justices: District under the firm of W M. SWAIM & SON ,
drr4 and
.n .: f : Grant in the of Marion. ,weaty.tliree. bunded tj
lying county nection he withdrew some time.ago. has resumed one and
No.Tnspectors.FarquharBethune Robert was dissolved. on the 21s.t of July last: by the .
R': : : 'I "AIao. 320 three hundred and twenty) acres, in lour,one hundred andtwenlj-sU. JJ
( business connection:with Messrs.Lee & logeiEtr.
; Oliver Wood. decease of the said W m'. Svvaim,and the business
1 : Bigelow, returned by the Assessor in the name of Patrick Judson and assures his friends.that tIe new will'be'in' the portion of ih!* following'named fou.wj
i is now, and ( conducted the
At Black Creek or Garey's FerryPrecirtct. uty e. by ered the
; rr. hy donation .
}h 4 Hacket. teo
R. concern shall have ,the same pre-eminence in a ie*.: nude ( riJ
Subscriber, who sole
has the th
No. Inspcctors.-Elijah charge o(
Justices District *
F'! 4 .; Solomon Ao! 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acres, this branch of trade, which formerly distin manufacturing of the Panacea and fur Tallahassee la\lr ad Company,vfc: ,l. '
d BUtch George Branning, Morgan. for 184 paid by Col.) Rnwli,] tax due fur Vermifuge bered fortyseven, fiflnine, ,
tJ. .i't- Mandarin Precinct.-Justices District No. [tax guis1 the other two houses to whiehhe the last fourteen, sixty, ,: r
At years.The
D. returned in the name of Kingstey B. seveniy.wo.seventy-U ;
i A. >ree.eihty.twoe.i! ;
longed. June25,1847c; ly
Reed EbenezerEvr Panacea will be put up a.usual in round ,
ii: : -' Inspectors.-Calvin Gibta; locality unknown, no numbers returned by and. .inf"'Y-''oot.
.leth Charles Byrne. bottles, fluted longitudinally, with the following Th .ofiirjhg. of the -
i Tax Asse.Mor. : abovrmentionetjlo['
; At St. John's Reach PreC&nct.-Justlces District NEW STORE letter blown on the glass- Swaim's Panacea, commenced 'tsvz
before the. .
I shall offer for Bale, within legal hours, on day rrc f'fr ; j: No. -. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs, the Court Houe door, in Ocala.,on the first Monday UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- Philada., andthe only change made in the name the same order in, which tfeey ire ad'rrtwrf j

, : :4r4 : Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. the 6th day oi September next, all of the above T partnership under the style of ofJAS. SWAIRJ stamped rn. the sealing wax. all ronvenhintdispacbngjg the whwleiliJti

'4; 4 f .f At Cedar Creek, at the School-House now occupied described land., or as much thereof as will and written on the.label covering the cork and a h.en ofler r4, and the salA.nhn cfc eA, Bur'*

.if' i by De Cottes.-Justices District No.-. be sufficient to satisfy the amount of tax duo the WRIGHT "& FQINSETTi, new label fur the Me of the,bo, t.J c mpo. if stale shall not be kept upea longtr. Lba a tf.,.,

J 1 Inspcctors.-WiUiam Braddock,James L.Christopher State of Florida for 1843', together with the amount Have.ntp,1 the geometric lathe eompri.ainnine' dLTeren\ and no private entry to any lot wilj I. ".iu
store occupied Mr. B.
)recently by die which
have been turned for the
r-; : j i and, David Turner. due the State, and county of Marion, for the year j P. CUTTER and'would solicit that *% excliuiye use until after f be exniraiton. (the two, .'. 4 ,.
now of the
portion & Co. b"nk'notpn-
proprietor by Draper ,
At TJiomasiille Precinct, at the house of William all I that GIVE under
; 'J A. D. 1846, and legal coma may accrue my hand at
1. !r'r'i: Thomas.-Justices District No. In- thereon. E. D. HOWSE, Sh'ffand I of publiC patronage wIio&sire. to purchase gravers of Philadelphia. Four dies. of dj;ient ionthUtwpntfirstdayofMay, ,th.Tilj.\vpLill Aniq
' :
::;{ : gpectors.- Abram Bessent, William Thomas, E.X officio! Tax Collector' for Marion Co. GOODS CHEAP' .FOR .CASH. pattern form the body of the work. an4 in the thousand eight hundred a.\d ru-1: VwiDin
: it of
the late Wm.
.; p 9 James Odum. March 5th, 1847. 6m, They are now receiving and will keep constantlyon centre a portrait Swaim. separated B/the .President _
;r "t ::4, : At Clay Sill Precinct. Justices District No. NO'.l'IC.E.ALL .- hand a gflllP'R'! asortmentof from the borders by two circle 'of l lathe AMESKIJ'OL.
.work. The word "Swaim' ,
Panacea/ '
ore en
, :- tI Inspectors.-EdwardB.BrannainHery Persons directly or indirectly interested Good Groceries tp M. YOUNG. : I
Dry Boo.ts
; tied and
itJ Bennett John,Moore.i conspicuously.on two tat 'Itrip... a' Commi..rwor tlf ifw.Gnprd
;; 1 notified the undersigned thatin J4Q
. Polls to be opened at 9, A. M,, of said day or hereby with Act by of'tile Legislature of .Shoes, Hats, &c., large semi-circular form the upper margin.- .
dose conformity ap I The .borders are composed of plain' lathe work .
Which '
and they pledge themselves sell
as soon thereafter as practicable, to to AT THE.
)j' entitled A Act provide for the
: Florida, to reestabli 1 '
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES *trip*; of which i engraved in small letter
; ?' .' at five ((5)) o'clock, P.M. hment of the Records of the County of.Columbia as an inducement 'the the pursuance of th..pMivisinp 0lieAet sIn I -
. r 29th of June for'CASH call IIndxflmin';.', entry'of copy-wrigbt. i oC c
hand this to
Witness day AJ CUSTOMERS
; : : ;i my and for other purposes approved January Having cOm. the determination JAMES SWAIM. gre s, "p|>n.vpd 2d 'March. 183, ,"IUW-! '.J
:4 a .1847. WM. F. CRABTREE, 6th, 1847, they will file in the Clerk's Office of and to p.pp'NO'BOOKS Philadelphia, August, 1846. \ Act t. establish'a town'at St.>I t.rk,"'L, Ri'j
ft of Probate of to buy their
County Duval principally
rt': Judge the District Com for said County, a paper writing terand Receiver of ibe Land Offif M:TsJltlw
for the.Cab will he enabled
, -. July.-9th,-1847.- _ _ .purporting to be a copy of a deed of gift from CHEAP CHEAPER,, they than they tu can sell IMpurcha them as SWAIM'S CELEBRATED PANACEA.FORTHK see, will lie -required, pripr; jo:the 4rj ,* .i

\ ;j : Chancery. Henry Jonesdeceased, to his daughter. Caroline sed elsewhere. EDWARD WRIGHT. CURB T ,Scrofula, Ge, iiet al- Debility ascertain "th v value'of any ithpruveIt.k

::i $ CIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Manure, the original deed having been dectroyed EGBERT' POINSE '. White Swelling, Rheumatism, pisease of tty my'have been made' on the lot d.p rid .

j, i r IN AND FOR TUE COUNTY HlLLSBOROUG.il by fire, on the first day of Nov mbf r. 1846. The N. B. Hides find other produce taken Liver and Skin, and all D4ftea/e arising (row this pro mlltion. respectively' .'*.ndtlt, porab
L John W. :Robarts } I I'J introduction of said copy made for the purpose of country M r at .jnjblw sale l of 'lot '
J t e : i .in exchange fur Good Impolitic of the Blood, or tie effect of 'Mer- any upon whidtliu-rtan
: : vs. > Bill for Divorce perpetuating the ol'ucts* and purposes of the. ori Jacksonville, March 19ih. 1847.' ,ly ,' cury. such impnivementt,other than the cnforttbem*

.J Lie i Permelia S.H.Robarts, ) ginaldeed. 'HENRY MATTAIRE, SWAIM'S PANACEA h"*been for,more than >ball, in addition thf sum'tu bepaJ'to iJ. (

, f iP.:: : ; XT appearing to the Court from the Bill filed CAROLINE MATTAIRE ; BAPTIST If TELEGRAPB; twenly-fiw year pelet/rated in thw) country and'in States,. be, and hereby is. ieo itvd. "to |pay to itnwnrr

J!:i ; X in this cause that Permelia S. H. Robarts, By JAMES S. JONES, Agent. ;ump for_it*.extraordinary piresr -for the certificate 'v/ the improvement i e'.riiou. (lha .

, 34 the Defendant in this case, resides out of this .,.Alligator. Fla.: June 4th,.1847. 3m AND *-of which reference rnade.to- the direction* *"thu< asprrtained \;: ,and 'if pa' ,

: State so that process of law cannot be served NOTICE. FIIORIDA EMIGRANT. and book (which may be had first;*) ac uruany-: I pat be.made upon! the daj e,' Vl

, :' ;' upon her, according to law. persons interested are hereby notified that ingihePanacea. : I was i purr ..d. be lot .hi \\I. be 111'
IT is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said ALL Months after the. date hereof, the undersigned THE SabftAriber proposes to publish) !in, the (t ha*been used in hospital and private practice, :jinbHc.ah I on the next day ofoTn "j I'''lfb i

Defendant. be and appear before the Circuit Administratrix and Administrator. with Jacksonville, East,Florida/n month pd ha had the singular fortune of-being reroro-; ttmlt not be capable bteomin;the u&isi

I it'l '. :. $f Court of Hillsborpugh county) to be held at the will annexed Jea&e Standley, deceased, will ly-newspaper, of the above title. It shall! b. neutral mended by the ,most celebrated vb.s.i-.i ins and />Ctl.ar; or',!fany'other I Im onVredat ih t pukl'lff.1

: 4;, : ; Tampa, on the second Monday in Octobeo A. D. apply to the Hon. Judge Probate for Alichua and in politics;.lmll shall contain general intelligence' ; other eminent persons; ; Amung uiber by 'fyoifidf, Ibis, ihQ lilt tfned awl kirfth of

: e 1847, and defend said suit orthe same will betaken County, for a final settlement .,ir8ccollnu.lt. .Th in.Religion, advocate,be frank and explicit. VV. Gibson M D.,.jVofi!ai.or of SMrgery, Pa.: .' |Jut day.of the public*..le,"ball> a, bet*
will fnith
p :E., ,. confessed. such, and discharge from the further. Administration paper i and practie.eoftb. .Univprlity.. .':','.: "' paid for, abet>ame maj be entered at. private stiunon

And that a copy of this order. be published of.said estate. and Baptist denomination in' th<* United State, Valentine MO MD.P Professor, d( Surgery,' pajing.'to'jhe. ,.United. $tatr.. the suta

in one of the newspapers of this State, for the DICEY STANDLEY, Ac in'Jt. shall be particularly devoted to the interests N. Y. Univenity. T- which it>a*' bM off,'and io.jU ywpet orI.tt n

f i: fr': gpace of three months?, according to law. SEABORN J. STANDLEY, Adm'r. secular of the Southern and and South Western Stat,,.. The w. P. Deweej_ MT-Dy Professor Midwifery, provement- the ,previously' .>ajfcert.?Ded 'nih

:. I GEO. W. MACRAE, Newnansvilfe, E. F., June_4th. 1847. 6m Religions improvement of the people fa. University. t.eof.'c _
: 'A Judge Southern Circuit Florida.A I NOTICE. ; of Florida. itsbillconsuler as'its paramount ohli- N. Chapman M. D.,- Professor of physic, Pa. :By:i the'Act.r. Congtes* afores.ad! tbqnii
gation. To reprove vice, promote virtue. to,_!. price of farh k ti it fixed if
; true c6py: having demands the University.T.Parkiaj.. town at zweinir4v e
%k4 :; E A.. WARE, Clerk ALL persons of Peter Dalziel, lale against of Columbia Esj to evate the mind, the to woolly the. wDhipofthe.ini condition of Gun, ,and P., President College Physicians( )"..aod. pf each out lot, at tweatjhfi**d _
'j' By J W. ROBARTS D. C.July mankind, will Philadelphia, acre .
'ilI '
County,deoe8l1pcI, $ present ihe,same within be its'leading feature .
:: ;thi : 9th1847. 3m six months to the subscriber, or they will be bard TJCRMS .For Dr. Del'Vafl.-Profesor Medicine,Hqyana :' CHARD.M,' 1ZN
Fort ORE YKAB: twelve ;
I .r ... copiejjp; 'Juse Lourenco da Luz, Professor Surgery, Commissioner tHf Geoefi[jL>aft(MSff "
.1 In Circuit Court. forever.THOMAS B. nix copies, $5;:nne copy, $1.! Advance payroeni,. .isbon. _
will bte -
EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA expected in allcasen.lllr" ,
i Administrator: officio. J. Cbiproa.q Member Roy l College I Surgeons, S. W. 'DOGGETT'SSEMINAR
lettersvaddressed tothe Editor
IIi(1i'i( ; London
F b. 19th. 1847.
Alligator, ? 6m be
riw ; December Term; 1847. po.
I NOTICE N.H.The fir number will be .
LL t Archibald H. ole James B. issued on the S5r.Thomft: Pearson, : .
.Major '
Cole and George W. Cole,partners ALL persons having demands, against,the es': first Tuesday i in June n iI.. :? ; \ 4rmy. General Bnti. b.: THE coarse' of instruetwo pursued 1n .

Ji: &:.using the name and Attachment of John C. Clyde, late of Columbia ;JAMES,McDONALD."Editor, ;Gilbert!J Robertson, British,r. Consul .f l. i. founded upon the prbapbt! .

_ style,of Cole Brothers, Sum sworn to, County deceased, will presentihe tame within : Jacksonville FJ a.. April 30ih, .184.'; .' "* ".-, 'And,'also, the wonderful! .'cure ,$effected c. dnelioit and anal.'y. Studfiit*'who' nred -,napii

YS. $171.50Hezekiah six months to the subscriber,.or)they will .be barred :. Swaim' .Panacea have .by to enter college may. )htre, jorso,twitestudie ri, ,
FORWARD for m. : made
& p
rfJll P years et dest
4. A Nash,. and Mer- Bond filed for 'forever. ,; invaluable( remedy. The! Pa'pacfa, ;.while these, v/ asra _
, .- 4 : 'FtfrP rick'Barnes partners, &c.,con- S343 00 THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, 1 ATTORNEYS .AND C UNSEU.ORS'AT, :LAWO" in ; doe* not eontainjmerciiry for a proreion, ca, *elwi*vj k.II-f "f."I ,
; AtTministrator } officio. ( Will in inyfornjnIbcing: ,an. .innocent best uit their objrc in tir,. '
fitltuting the firm of it'A. Nash .i practice the several CourtsofjwE4uity preparatiqp i it be ,. | ?
%''I &,1o.' Alligator,-Feb'19th. 1847." 6m and in the'Eastern Circuit of Floiid., (&.? may C1'yen.lo the mnttenderip.- ;Thi;. n-gulation* \Jf! the i in>: titqa. a"r..Wwithth
t: _
"iRE Defendants and all others ,interested 'In *rcuit: Court. WM..A.'- :FoRWAhD. St. Augustine.'Louis ':.Degree who"arr confined jn large nimbersm: : *sinf le design of prorooucfaland ieiitIe1ti.

are hereby notified of the commencementof 'EASTERN;.CIRCUIT or FLORIDA. AumtCH' ,'N. wn. \ nsviUe.'r'. ; planta,ionin; hot climates.,are peculiarly'liable l to moral ad .met ( ui'qtberi '

the'above entitled suit by Att&C.h11ent returnable .County ofDnval:' In Chancery.John "r' such forms. .of disease, arising from state The discipline ,Intethe W t ,pI.-, "
a vitiated
to the December Term' of:said,.Court, Ci I'elpt &Chaile' 'H. Print, 1 .: 'WLF.CRABTREE, .. : .cifth blood.and_a,want(b|:cleanliness.and variefy' -"Prnrrbtor de..frpil ,IoJ.t h\.t, ,1I -'
to wit the third Monday in December next.' Administrator'of all nd';itgulai'the ', ATjOBNEYfilND. COUNSELLOR, LAw:' *" of...food., '.Tl elf difease id frequently regularpracticv .. *. haWisiof; hKl;and iliat i.,'rUc'
: : tnthejip1kof
q ., and. are r qtiedtoappearandpleaiI'tothe 1 Good* and,Chattel) *,Rights and B'II *, .'*.Jacksonville. .Fla, ? : ,, at defiance,1and rnderiheir. ]: miserable! wlnfloence th.mibbZ than srf'8 adgracefulpuniibmept <
MFf0p the beirt, bj 'severe ,
therein filed to law.JOHNZPWiDERSON. Credit of JaW. i' Pelot I do- "
declaration according -C# \V ILL attend to any business entrusted to his hand. victim*both usejri*and expensive*tothefr' master*,' .

""*, 'fl; $ $; in'a' y bf,the Court. .in. ,:the. Eastern Circuit. 'of )that :planter*;would ludy'their 'ownntprfstl, a*_ f An .ecnrate'accoent of the oViuiqueaees'
Plaintiffs'Attorney.Alligator .1'I'I" ". Vl rid;7.'," well!! thnt ,of ? "
; "by-keeping always .
: '1-: '
_ Florida June 251847.4m HerroanHooker: &CharleaBying-, ; ;?" : ry i cholar,:.and a bo of, the deree of !
_ late-& & I ': supply' 9fSiiiai's Panacea'wbzcb: appear to,b. b ,
J'.Etl IY--NG Ic t, ,
Hooker : : : : rJ' O..N. ; PCi.torJ.qt ,
&Byingtoni.Iwac :
.-7- ton, a* .. 1 the only thing which, afttlied :
N TICE.-, k ; in such
end .fur an I -, ,pn ; the regular term bill.ii tenn itte f ioe_
RiiddWiLliim "
N.' M. Ri.don, [ "'ATTDRNEY4'I4* ,I If case. i- : "
E WEEKS after date the undersigned will ,
Charlea5 & rJame IflJUflCtIoLZ.BaggIa.Ridon ., parent guardian, who maj desire i 1&. _
SIX FttIedj- B. ( .
I .$ *; Jacksonville ... The'retaiLpricaha been t ,to the Honorable the dge of Pro < tf./aV, Dot)
; I Iet .j ZSIOJILHrgherBraacfe.: O !
,.ip : bate,of the.County> of borough'for Letters Lead- <&. Baggi- J I ', J b Will! practice' II\.alttb Courts. /of the ,1.lteD' ,i ictt;Fifty' Cents per bqttlo, (containing three', t.. I'.W., ',- "'' '
I al..creditor!, i&c. &c.; .,,. ,'1 Circuit..i. !half pints,) three bottle ;;
: j% ; 'Administration on_the:Estate of John M. been made to March; 19.- 'i" ... 6mtc :' { or .for Four nolla,. 'Common Bi Vfhe, ,.. 1 ,1tLII .
io'tbe'sati4a> '
appear \' .ALSO -
deceased Orleans and' IT < .,= S\V A.lM S VERMItUGE:" : '
_] ;1 I Stafford, ,'1ate19f'.New ,. .of thu Court by. affidavit,' that several l of 4 AUGUSTUSS. ,GILLETT i d Greek ctcszt; ,:. .
; AvaluibhFamily Medicine i i
,, !
4' 4 State LouisianaV' J. being! ahighly apuui -- :Liis; ; In'Fencgea, | at.tbe QUf I _
the.Defendant named in the.Bill of Complaint fi '
e mPd for ,
., :t'1: her led in the;;above' entitled caul reside': t'iJf.t ,teState .,:ATT tl !': COtTNSELL$ TlAW: I r..L.'ft p-o. ,-. llj'tlflues'.fl'I1'1IHbl'- .-'- __ _. rent. *. -- to'- ,
., { ; SUSANNA STAFFORD. of"o da..aad beyond the';jurUdictton''if And. Commissioner of.Deeds.'ol.the.State of Con .' i5 UlgPsLIYeVrgani' *uch a*.Worm.ChoKera : Any oyiil withdrawn frpn>the School.br ff .

11.b1f; : .mark'JOSHUASTAFFORDV this '.Court,. .Tktreforei foti' motion l Df/Qfegcry' necticat- ., within. 'r and. ;fp r:tbe Sfate of Fl rid."' Ptl! ..RJorbu Sickfleadacbe*, D/senlerjr.&c Fever.. and' Agne' ,Bfridiag. ..end.p(;'tbe eMion,>xcept. for reasof* *|
: t. J4CKoavIyF. : ; ( & 8, t)h& p&mpb- r apr w 'tvpyi\ 1.be.reqaire i U P J7 f9.J,
; 4 Yale l ,Eiql;, Solicitor. for aid Complainantf l ,- : \> i let (" >
4i I ,Tampa, June 25;,- 1847.- ; ,"_: 6w t If is PRDIREP, That the Mid Her an HooVer : : ;.::1f g Vermifuge hIch-rney,:,, \:.liltd.'gq. *)-accprnpaayinx. ., t' f.h8.:. 1IfI CJ l's".t.! s''e"t .r .,

4 4 ", .77 NOTICE. and,.CbarlrB" Byingion,,,*. Hooker":(fc:.Byinjto'n i; : ,Pff Rared,*.at vSwaim'a, Lab> 1.-: Sev\ nth ", .N : PH! hi'in thlTi'.n
;flict ,ATTORNEY'r'ANPt.COt1liSBLLOR/) # !
N..Rtldon WilUam M. : AWt" a |}opil for IsaaC RltdnnCharle.; F.Ijt.'dg.
TflHE.Co-Partnershi.hetetofo1"e existing nn- WILLpractice in' :the' .'eY f f' .Street, >low ChenutPhilsdeIpia. antffor.saleInsJJpte4iat.i '
F14t11 C brtof the : trt.4 'flpknes! rrqnirnjieEvrrirom ) .f BpJl'-WPf; !?
Jtder;: the firiaof COLE 'RICHARDS'& COi jm'Jathe) B.> g.isRi41oLeds $rBasj all .
bjr I \
E tem lircuttorFJorida! ': 1H"
4 'uuiinetivVritrujUd the l
; School ded
All, {'H..Q.,O. .hcQCkt Jame i,'iB,.:Morgan to Gn\"T. f f ; proper' tfIJOD
4% $ it hereby dissolve&bj.mut; .-consent.1,', : ; hi.* care,!>)jll meet with prompt i\tie tion'.: .:, '"4 t T : -- -, g; -' !flc4r. .

M persons: ring claims against:.M ,' ;Henry Bacon; 'JohnMajlery.;:Cheijer1Blibie.z&: >; Jacksonville" E. F.June. ''4.1847., -." % 4. ,"i 'rawYoikaH: 'S bi"fr..li &'Cq?_ -. ,Patronage i oJir.h.lfpwpopp" 4a ly Ian .

J t please! present, thefor.settlein nt, tO'AIL?: Jacob;Gutteuon. as C.,BU a:;&'Ci.j.; Ampii:{PSbnmway '- > : .London,,En' -tLlverpobl vin & (: / tb a> Jif Pf$.P ,
ilOUCE: uui11id c confidence | |( t
: --i- Jp"
and 'a and .
,Mole o*' E.H.,Richard .and ;fall those indebted'' ;oiheriberquir! to'appear 'o' -iol ; En.i-Ev8MjSon & Co.u'. -
1 to said firm; will please make payment,without aniweriaid,Bill.Curoplalni -"wuhiri four'month{ SIX MpNTHS-alta t., : ;;l'| .hall;'pre>ent, y;<: .Havana LGMHitM.V I >: .rityg!' /: t.tittrn .tpatf.. .. .,, : ..-'i ..> 'O-.r' uu.i_ t
.Th* scfwpl is !: ;
the 4roeiWiH bo,.tuken4eaconfesdagi1ast t ( and voucher, as'Executor wfJohn'Brown ,!"
the aforesaid or VlaliAhijCmg ,
I delay to:eitner partiesIV .. '.' I'1 I'
: I S \ '. Itbem.1' :'k" '-*, l-H--'i. y"i: -. .: ,late of: Nassau ouaty,. deceased tbthe, ; ". The boiling .Is,a,Ire.. JD004'P'! ..
t Lfl'C ,. {
L BunAr.s-QJ .& C", ,
: ; .
1 w ; ,: ,.
4 Jtorjda v C r
/ :
; l 'Uonorabl die :. .11. :i .tfu ture, .reef Ij. .
'. iT.u'roBTHt prf of tbi} ? -Judge'ucrProbteo -
ORDJRID.That : said .J -
'. -E.'H-"Rlt'tu''nDS II.i : *. 'county, Se.Th tna A'-H'RaI. .; / }' ; -rr'tf\- : {
;:. ; : PfAfr ceriiBed L)3'tb j Clerk'pl.thU.Cpuf't b. for'a fint.ett.m.nt of a4! ,.t'telana; shall, ISi : f I, VI,& ; px.; ', ;
: '". ,f. ;E:13.COLE: ; ,. ,duly at "CHnton- rjj'.- ": ; : -' -. .', I'. I The,locjuioau of we P.T ,. tf:.
iJ '.: 'iiitlihed Insome Hewipspei.prthtad srhhln iild the smeftrne apply'forLeters f Di ., T- one .
+ .: ;ByhisAtt'y'AJLCorz f V ? mwach.pxeetitor as 'l; i.lcbtllnd. } L'B t' ) ', ; I sirsonabl.eaikrrs.ctab1e
-J ; ; be.pbt'lr : .
: !
; .'. ,' ''',,4'1f. '. r cr' fr t ,' : e .'We4t 'c ni i I.' of which aft!!persons iniereitauJ tD' ) J '- : ypasyofccieu. :Bptrd may !
June 23 1847'rlm' ..; ... ... .,, lCaJflugie 'C! "- : taiiI4r f MtJaekstiaHl "
CdarKeysa. :
: |
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4 tf :
r irecl-l
; ife
, ..: l 0I_.. our. ,man'tJ". .. .. '", :... ", 9 t; crp \ ;nQti ; ; f 4\April t 2 .1847.. ,,3mr'j' ;: :
,1 ::7' p.;. ":NOTICBiBterebyfttttKbri2evTHOMASTW- -.;* .** 'p' ::"' I I {f: 'JOHN" 'C'EDO'E ,\ ". I .E K/MaVth tbrJSii Jit ;
I j ; ; ,,:r-4; : ; "p'.rHO".nOUGI""S""ud', .. ,I. .. : ; J.: t ut r.- ,p. _' : + ---i .._ : .
lj 'r ''' [
I :. '; H-A Clerk t do' Marcb12ch,1847, -' k.:6mZ : < : ,
l' OSCAR'; RT, taIdourz. ;' I" : ., : $ :' :
I : yt BON i't' itl ?and adjust': such" debte'' hereby:c tt8" 'to. ',b.>s :true copy of inf4 : : -. ;...: :.jJUn, ,,' ICE.".':, ,' .' tr-. .. ". '" i .hlpierl. Neflce., .. .. :: : '"ftl"; .f ;.-., .

: ., .* Andclajnufas jnar.be'dttiS'thf' late> firm pfljoleRlcharoV&'Cd / Oi1er ," 'li.ana'., .r d ',eWer ;. 'S lMONTJl n $ ,( n.rJ't 1rti n: 1 i' SUP''MOriTHS,srlft'.te., .,,' -'r'J.haW':.i''II.'t- 'my'. .f' ,.T.T"I.f'd. itMtf.HW re, :.
; Thy I
d''f .
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