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: August 6, 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
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of insertions required colored pennants they carry upon along A lt saingle '

. and charged for. 'lances, and th toolor of the horses, no one regiment ket, and got"tu dickerin'. some butter :' 1 r*> least bodily'Injury;t..1.Ibloo. nor,..stame,th'. jJwiaI
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One square, and Creditors : 100Application the Imperial.Hussars, in their costume of red I tasted like new Tnilk'=arter spring riom-m x; j&tfomatic-Jlelatvni' ;!. '
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i for Letters ofAdninstration: 5 0.0 with'high fur caps, and mounted every one upon I justtnek'me? all of a heap, and I m thli'sheet matterorcerta1 lw'SSl ItlsftowIS _., t .
io JO*AU religious notices will be inserted gratui37 white steeds. This regiment it is said is all the creter.had and got tu sellin', bOnItO in r- tf to1 ).;, ""' -
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cuslY. the favorite regiment of the Empress. Then tle fixins in exchange. He look d. eSe few lines iSW.H?* hatthPo* 'W 1ti. : "
t All 4miBaMe personal communications will I came the Imperial Carbineers, mounted on black soft'and swanyed round so all fired : hope,th ese Iplomatic.'nm ecl-hI4esire1tho9l.not foisflytojen Ii,: .t

'berliareed u iil erti pme tI ts.0s horses aril dressed like -the Lancers except I didn't once'have a 'dr iunin' of !* i.bIopafl nswith this '' e: "', f'
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work.rrrAHr.ommnnirains. cannot b I.
t 'c1f'li\"fOryof! the must be addressed to steeL, highly polished. Followipg ,these came short and he traveled. Well,jest a Sant Anna The cabinet taUtatift t .r
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air The dress of the Cossacks tu two-thirds it" .' r'prl atci .w nteirom
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-cLEOY M.CUY.C1DJ is similar to that or.-the Tartars. which I meal dumptvt P the offi, tW"een em the'pft&dent diplomati-"hl'his interc9tt'rsi be. f
have above described in their A burst here broke io '\ Captain next an-"
, hath a million DCN&Ne'era except caps, laughter nual. .mesag toCoiigresswul; t
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Cleon dwelleth a immense of himself s1 bUt I 00- .tJle, ot ; \ 1 l"__,
Ii In a cottage I ; The rear of, this body cavalry, amounting proudly up under his load -Bafr.Sic,& 41I. .
Cleon h-ith a dozen fortunes- to over 30,000, vas brought up by I and moved to the door. Sa ld G i ___: r I. .

It Not a penny I; regiments artillery,six horses,three "Ah I ha, ha, ha! Injin dumplins! old man ,An'Eqidr cal CvmflxtM.-One of the editorial .

11 Bat the poorer of the twain is .. abreast, to each gun,and of sappers and miners sho ted one of the convulsed. Tdo Went and fraternity lately,receiveH a boquet of flowi 1

I; Clean, and not L and then came the baggage wagons, and the was retreating. likewise I i era from a lady, to_remind him, she said that 4
pontoon train. But the greatest sight"was the "You need'nt take on so," said J use he wud- 1,therewereh things in :the world beside. 1

I'St Cleon, true possessed acres, marching of the horses attached to the different he don't think of his sins,when he haImaby'1 j brick'walls. Upon which the.dii tries to be t

But the landscape I; regiments. They seemed like machines. You tea I sold .him, then Fra mistaken in Santaan- i complimentary, thefolloiringfashion:- 1 .
charms to yieldeth think it Strange." no doubt and yet'tis no less Its perfectly awful on man's bowels to roll a ten
Half the me a ; i ly e_.became,aware,of that fact,.when ;we frt8awtheIadyweked \
Money cannot buy : "strange than trn ." that every horse in march- ly when he ain't used to it!FJ and, you must tel upon her face arid

'Cleon harbors sloth and dullness- ing kept perfect time with his feet with the of laughter, Jed. disappeared, hot till I wlnt thought but nQ matter-a pig and a cottage., "

5' Freshening vigor I; music. I never saw soldiers on foot do it better .himself at least on being even. I die I were strangely blended in our thoughts." 1 ,

1.'U He in velvet I in fustian, -indeed, not so well, for when a quick, lively and tel him I -:7--: i I

Richer man am L tune was played by the music, every horse FEMALE INGENUITY SECRET hl'nfwe have Mourning for the Disgraced-.The mother and- 1.i

commenced a trot and kept up the same unifor- PONDENCE. bar back sister of Count Oudin.the officer who was exiled 1 .
Cleon is a slave to grandeurFree of before when on a walk. And back him but America
mity step as Ayonng lady newly married for cheating at cards, have since
as thought am I; then to see those horses wheel by companies him any gone into deep and t
mourning in
to show to her husband all the letters appear public .
Cleon fees a score of doctors- and in double order round with the gentle. Old
coming only closely veiled. --
sent the following to an intimate f+ but !
Need of none have I ; precision of a compass describing a circle, it ".cannot be satisfied gettinmminence 1 '

Wealth-surrounded, care environ'd exceeded anything I ever imagined. blest as I am in the my ; Death of Inert. cLrllghl ... -The Washington -, :
1? Cleon fears to die; After the whole army, for the Imperial Guard unless I into papers announce the death of Lieut John .
pour your
I Death may come, he'll find me readyhappier is organized as an entire and distinct army, had which has ever been in unison McLaughlin, of the U. 8. Navy, in the 36th !I :
man am I. passed in review before the Emperor the infantry the various sensations (says the yearoflusage. I .
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::1)U left the field, and the cavalry remained : a'paral- .
with liveliest
the of .
iri Cleon sees no charm in Nature- in full of it and went with 1 Xenophon '
through my almost bursting beart. I tell Heavy Iavetmeuts.-Mei'ars.Fairbanks & Co, '; ,
In a daisy I ; evolutions. First the Caucasians came at Greeks, and of New
itI some husband is the most amiable York patentees of thq platform scales,
tIk Cleon hearS no anthems ringingIn a full run down the field, and then the other Missourians. have purchased South, Hadley Mass.
I have been married Falls --
tI"I now seven ,
the sea and sky. that we late-. .
regiments in succession. After this the whole I have never found the least They intend to-invest immediately trco millions '
Nature sings to me for ever- themselves at distance from Baby- ; .
body stationed some opposite in improvements.A .
repent the day that joined us. My :
Earnest listener I : in close order and of about .i
the Emperor, a given I'
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manners '
" State for statE with all attendants, signal half of this body, over 15,000 horsemen person old home with gang of negro thieves,to the number often, I

III Who would change ?-Not I. started on a run, and suddenly halted a 'ugly, cross, disagreeable lives and were recently captured the Cahawba,Swamp '
monsters .who think by confining
few feet in advance of the Emperor, preserving, a wife it is his maxim to \ travelled Alabama,along with twenty-one stolen negroes. t
as they halted, the dame compactness 1. j
bosom friend and confident and
We have received a letter from a friend in same perfect front which they had before start 'play-thing or menial slave, miles acconi- Amazonian.- young man was cowhided by f '

Europe, from which (though not intended for ing. A few more evolutions which I have not chosen to ,be his companion. without a female at the corner of Portland arid Havana J

publication) we cannot forbear making an extract -.. time to write about now finished the review he should whole time streets, Boston, on Thursday. She was acCOIDj j
always obey '
fortune to be ofthe which has done much to impress says ; { achiev. panied by two other who seemed to .
The writer had the good day-a day -: but each yield to the other by females 'en- :

present at the late annual review of the late on me the remark of Napoleon, that withan : An ancient maiden aunt, near after he got joy the fun amazingly.. :
o Kussiau Imperial (Guard by the Emperor of St. army of Russian soldiers he would conquerthe which '
cheerful venerable and
a pleasant
Petersburg-which is composed of G0,000 men; world. He spoke of the soldiers, not of the lives in the, house with us-she the last two Two quakers Vermont had dispute;they. : ,1

gi an! as such descriptions are seldom affordedthe officers, of whom he had not a high opinion.The I light of both and old by wished to fight, but it"as'against their principles -
with inter- Russian soldier machine and young ; of them ; they grasped each other one threw and !
American reader, it will be read is a mere vil to all the ; : ;
mit.-New Haven R ?ister. has not a thought beyond his church and the and charitable neighborhood to the that Doni- sat on the back ofthe other, and squeezing '

,, PETERSBURG, June 1847. Emperor, and for Loth he believes it his duty to lam generous convinced husband loves of his ex- head in the mud/said, ton thy belly shalt th u. ;
tI "En ry year thi review takes live and die. Most of the army is composed of my tween these crawl and dust shalt thou eat all the days of ,
than he does he flatters
place at the Imperial City, preparatory to the serfs or slaves; and the pay of the soldier, is than me ; and his times com thy life i5' The other soon gained the victory, ;
S glass
.depjsture of thelroops for their summer quar- only about S3 per annum. He is fed upon a for I I i iphan"will and when he had ,attained the same position, ;
D ( .so must calt.ie4seess ) if-
I ters. For about four hoursl h'ad a good view coarse bread and"'kincFbf ip,"ti.ndupon sonie often. makes me blush for the claim as a said-'it is written, the seed of the woman shill 1

d of the magnificent sight, and my hurried pen great fete day he is given meat as a luxury.- of its object, and wish I could be more better than I bruise the serpent's head."

will fail me to give you an adequate description The pay of the Russian officers is also very of the man whose name I equal : '

4SI -of its exceeding splendor. When I arrived upon small. A lieutenant gets but 500 rubles perannum. say all in one word my dear, The UErofiz Palace.-itis said,that the purchaser I .

the groan], the troops had already begun to, which is a little more than $100; a captain crown the whole former that of Joseph Bonaparte's splendid mansion
march. The balconies and windows of the pub- 7UO rubles and a colonel only 2000 rubles. is now indulgent., my husband his pace," at Bordentown intends to, convert it into a glass -

lic buildings and elegant private residences surrounding You ask how they live? The officers generally is returned my and I might, my who was manufactory, and the beautiful parks and .

B r the field, were filled with ladies and iuve; a competency beyond their pay; some few a Prince. without the felicity I country. lawns which surround it will be used for purposes

gentlemen, and the sides of the field itself coy- there are who have not, and their condition is him. Adieu may you be blest as aeather'.1 boy, "I don't tillage..; '

ered with a dense miss of men women and chil- worse than the soldiers, for the latter is provi- able to wish that I could "
dren. ded with a uniform, and is fed at the expense of Bridging the Ohio-Charles, EUett Esq, of
happy. I of Con- Philadelphia been selected as the engineer .
On one side of the field a gorgeous tent was the Emperor.I N. B.-The key to the above
finish this letter it is after i. a law to ofthe wire suspension bridge over the Ohio at, .
n pitched upon a raised platform for the Empress, by daylight, yet read the first and then every the ,
I ani before her Majesty and the Emperor the ten o'clock p. m. The sun does not set here, at ly. poor Wheeling. !This will be the largest structure '

l.-oops were to pass in review. The panoramic present, until 9},p. m. _ _ of the kind in the world, heing span of upwards '.

view of the whole field, you can readily imagine Newly discovered uses of the I in a re of 1000 feet whereas that of the Fri- ',
is but
was beJ.u ful But to the review itself of HOW JEDEDIAH WAS SUCKED IN. Those most experienced in the I stated that: burg 800. ,

dlII this great body of 60.000 troops, who (in part this plant are sanguine that, with a since
(From the St.Louis Reveille.) years A, newspaper announcing ,the wreck of a. .
only) compose the garde Impenah of the Emperor and proper cultivation, it is more or one. in vessel "the '
Nicholas and who are distinct from the Is the Squire tu hum ?' inquired an elongated wheat or corn. The seeds are more t three mil says, only. passengers .were T. B. f' .
Nathan who owned
main army of Russia which I believe numbers ; individual yesterday, who pushed his head than those of the flax plant, and one in fifty-: and the, three-fourths. of the. cargo I. :

p. near one million, rank and file. into the Recorder's office. It being about the qualities for table use of the best olive were 1,454- captain nife / i

The foot soldiers, infantry principally, first dinner hour, none of the officials happened to burning of the best sperm, which Gatf Jan. -Never enter a 814-room in 'a state. ;
in of bo tu hum bat a couple of cits who were and for it is said '
-passed review, marching by platoons oom- ; pauttizig, by painters of I perspiration as the moment become cool .
you f
) panics containing, perhaps, one hundred and I lounging inside invited him in, and inquiredhis used it to be superior to linseed, and your pores absorb! Do not approach contagious. ,' ,

.4 fifty men each, and in double order. As the business. pid in drying; equally easy in diseases with an empty stomach,nor sit between f -" ;:
1)iii) several platoons arrived opposite the Emperor, 'Well/ said he, in a beautiful nasal, *nry busi- without forming a much denser coat. Neale, Esq. the sick and the fire,' because thereat attracts i

the peculiar Russian hurrah went up the whole ness ain't much but tell me which is the and eaten as artichokes the young as the the thin vapor.' ,:

-eS length of the line, making the welkin ring. The 'Squire ?' plant are very esculent and pleasing ," ,died in / -

eolJierd were all picked men tall, athletic, and 'He is at dinner sir;' said one of the pair, ate; the stalks are an excellent a few hours The entries of ,public ands, in the office at ;:

every one of them with a heavy black moustache. 'but if you have any thing very urgent, we will hemp or flu and for bee pasturage it sense of the Milwaukee 'since January l, 1847 exceed one, I j

They moved with mathematical precision and I send for him.' to any plant, yielding, from its ; hundred thousand'dollars,' and_thje receipts are '

whether oa a slower quick march, seemed like .I -'W el ,I ain't got much in particular,' answer- merous nectaries, an abundance of the upwards of one hundred ousan dollars. Thet 4

pieces of mechanism and their muskets not varying : ed the Eastern man, 'but jest this mornin' a most palatable honey. A writer in made of quantity of'land remaining unsold in theMiIwaukie -. -tl

it seemed, an inch either in the heighth feller from the 'jining State Illinois played me agricultural exchanges says that, on a pig at- D .t',--qetween''35f),and 400,000-

or inclination given to tliem.Of ;I one of the all firedest mean tricks I've heern on soil with proper cultivation it will out on the acres. I 1

all the inirching I have seen and I have ; lately.' average, from eighty to one hundred 3:

*eeu the American, French, Dutch and Prussian 'What was it like ?' inquired the listener seed to the acre. From five to seven The Jonesloro Whig says when Gen..Worjh j t.

soldiers, none will at all compare with the Rus- 'Well,it wan't much like any thin',' said he, oil are calculated on,per busheL If ; ,understood IeftfotheseatQfiabemortgagc4hisfirm .

fit iaa. The uniform of the infantry was blue 'but an all-created suck in. Where is that ever-estimating its productiveness, that for the and residence for the payment of a debt of$,- ; 1

*od red, not unlike our militia uniform in Connecticut .- 'Squire,' he burst out again ; 'I'll have the be raised as cheaply as wheat or in the war 000;.which' he,owed"one :x>f his neighbors.q, q ,

It was about two hours before the in- mean critter jerked into a jail if it costs me a ordinarily considered the most The 'property was about to be sold under the% i

Antry had passed in review, and then came the dollar. cultivated,the sun-flowermust, be a mortgage, :and a few of the General's political % ; :.

aralry, advancing in double order, by platoons 'What did he do?' persisted the questioner.'Well able production. We have heretofore stated in the friends opened a subscription 'and paid off the \ : J

*f aty horses abreast;* and here was a sight Jtwant much of any thing 'cept a seU,' it on a small scale, usually:in vacant 4ebt, without.higknoTfJeoge.. '. It :

I .thtt beggars description, and which when I ran said he; and then breaking out again ,he ex the fences and in places,wheK the, upwards re, This was a very' handsome ffing'! the part \

(CA" Seems like a magnificent vision. First claimed 'Oh, Jededish Dexter! that any thing of other vegetables was ineligible,5 : persons under of the Tennessee d1&II..s. t. .

.. came a company of Caucasian Princes, mounted as cute as you're allowed to be shud be drawed as our experience goes,it corroborates ;. i' I
t upon black, coil black fiery steeds, with long intu seeh a ecrape>'by ayaller lookin', ager assertions. we'find that the green Another ,lowidqiy 'Qa # rrt."The..gt:Johns :

. jaanegan;! tails, almost, sweeping the ground. shakin', corn raisin' sarpint as that feller!' very excellent.fodder for. owiC. pe i (New Brunswick]Gazette'complains fencroachJ

The Caucasians wer-i dressed in a red garment 'Was he a Sucker ?' inqujred.the gent. the feed iix,our ,pastures gets.,fow.in,8 :: :: ; ments on its boundary by Canadians. The editor \

; r fitting closely to the skin and over this a finely 'Well, he,wan't much else' said the afflicted scarcity d drought..,.We g ner.a1ly Colonel' is rather, ,"riled11 at the Iitrusion.Postjnpt&Geo. ." f ; I

wnght steel chain armor covering the entire mourner, 'and the fullest grown one Fre seed picking them in July'taking..th.e1ow see'-vpluri- ." ,- ,',' J t t
1',1 body first and feeding! them out at. night ,.their way .' affirmed in .' .
fell from the head loosely;over the neck lately-cuss his pictnr. ,. rank >SelTryn| once \. ;
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"i! Lad d shoulders; upon their feet they wore a kind 'But you have not told us what his offencewas scarcity of food be great,'in the and. rompariy ;that no woman ever wrote (letter ,.

'f M sandal, and upon their legs leather leggins, ,' continued the other. turning them fr II their yardS without postscript: :tfMyneit"letter shall re-' \ !
fj-iaiurto those of our Indian warriors; acrow.their 'No'said' he, *J ain't; and what's, 'w: ra' times given them born-toppuigs and, march fate you,*?said Lady Q-.- Sebcyn soon after ;

.7J.i backs they carried a bow with well filled darned sight, I'm ashamed tu; all cr .a-tion! of,the sun-flower at' the:same time : ; 0 rank tor received aIetterfrqn ladyship, when after '

P'w'1 ;sST8'; IU their haE 'I believe J won't tell it I'll Ine. seea or.the sun-noweris almost
, 4\4 es the savage looking yaghtigan. said he, starting, ; have been !
gJ '
u'l They ore a fierce though handsome looking jest let the mean Tarmint'slide.. It won't bear food for poultry, itstighly 1? 'lai
Set fellows. Next came the Tartars, upon tellin' on. Why, if they shud ,hear it down in wholly supersetog' '.ifnMessityJ coffins d,- There is a gentleman in 'Troy who says lie \ :
theIr I ldn't 7 show at food. -*, > ': Has .fagt a hEthatthemagnet1tegrapIcompany ;.
;11&1 wild-looking, fleet little horses-the hor- Connecticut, : co ,never myself v: \" "" ,'. "* '
all of them, carrying their necks forward any futur Thanksgiving III them latitudes;.they'dholler !, .e'y' 'J'dight' kvioffl'14S ., { \ :
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heads the air if meal at me jest as' quick as they clap'deyes A Boot : : -
in as snuffing : '
0',; t, btheIr high up -, Jmckerbockery,.article; oh"Boot., IVuf A. Of.ftU kindnesspes it inust b t VTsonfessed i
,, or,_so uniform was the line of,heads, onmeJ' 1- ',' ; ; ,
f'tli : lY hits off ofleadiijgboofcsisthe whicb ; .
. .j' **"they were drawn by pulleys. The cos- 'Oh, come shouted 'both listeners 'youarenot big feet remind, d'US" o ; 'b4 pn- :
, ., tame> of the Tartar soldier up is a blue frock trim-. goingto_ leavemthout enlightening i fy;'now, 'which, took'place at one of theNNorandings ;w otjng,' meetsfit"the lead*eturi1 -, ; ..' \ ,, I
some time ., The"A : : Unioii-- :' a b.ntle 1r1 o hu ; : .
,-2e with silver and kind of scull bound that have raised our curiosity.' .J little: ; smoe {ComniWi '
f.* a cap, you 'J 'arid'th'!* **Jil ; evident left out"ef \
the ofGu1"MAnnerlng: -
had arnved thiida1uJlu re
rthfur the Well I ititronU hurt if & !just .
.irIS ; in his hand he carries a, spear, guess you mUC you '
etI ot1.1uch. rests upon the bead between ,don't, r; it,' and.he :was'about'to moV > when .,usual' crow, 'd 'with/cabmen, porters, ; Ere Acad* theentiie.WarejtyJfoTelswhich. he nce pos/* 5. !
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laC1J *.*-Mrs; of his horsed Then>'camc the ChevaIier one ofhis' auditors i.foiedhimthatit: .was 'i&a :When the paMengers_commenced ; .' WoV ',,&e&se t) -iPatK.r* *'. ," -. -. y 1 '--.
Lancers 'dressed in that he 'should : and a porter stepped e npto.acountry; .l ;: thine1s, <' >'
- splendid l ,1d1igJne ; : absolutely necessary .stop i isaVlUgr : ,I : itl.lt BD oclti 1iflhmtfO J' : .
cassimere,with heavy and highly pplibbrass lodge,his,complaint, for;;evidently;;some wrong : 'Ii0' t 2tr "
'f breastplates, and.l>rass .helmet*',sur- :,had been cbnunittedj and if he kept'silent, and "' .J'owb e r ,. f exclaimed;..;bod-carmer, Live:p: >piece Jpf. i,: : ,
1Wed by the Lnperia1eagles.8ll 'mo.ulIP9nQOstelegant aUowedlt to pass unpunished;:he would!ibe conniving .' N i rather guess'not," wa.ter : $ ,when i rno1tke.inm9 e'eP' .. ', :'11 '.';:.. "

rl'm ,horses: Regiment after;' re*, : at .the evfl,''and: thereby: lay' ;himself, lia-: .h8h ; "01Jrb i : "is sadder,! 1 't3Ioithr1i; atiplied liii cqmpaiiion j ; Hhin:, .,
-" "- "' : I in a piece of brickbat 'aid iyoaTJ have,
Saeat with different ue;, -t. .T ."j :Npl daraye th& jistput ,
pnssed by cachTcgiment Atfi 1't-
wd horses,and the horses in,eachVregiment; -V 1s't".tt'e,'.'';JawP' iniredthb1tt. : ,en- ', eonVplainant j The ;::porter; looted.. a, h ; J- :than' tse| ', avaUeye1tJ': ,.' ;;
*:Tel matched in size,form,color; and ifld.i71especc ? ; .. ,: :: :-: 'yery coolly;stooped"down, 1;- C7 .J&N. m,; f" -;, ( : : ,: :., "
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', i iI 9 u "' tion Does'the ambition of a I ,tation.witU/me ing',:off the most, influential' T' -: 1
.. ; THE FLORIDIAN and thci! Sentinel? are. .Worth of respect rtI Fom'theNeW.UrleanaPica l- ;
EW"S men of.that city rupon,the unioaof Cuba to tlie Y + 1224 b ,
.TH'N. .. .. .' fighting over again the?battles of the 'Washington WEIGHT, 'of' !a BENTOtyrpr!; .'a VAST BCRB:*; ou ,,: :United States r.Wd promised to, lay ,the'matter : 1J1lt }JtO _O ;.'lArLQB.'SCAXP.' :

Union and NationaVJntelligeiicer, ;loud 'weigh the valae of thealliahce- ; } with the North t before jhe people,of this janentty as soon as the r We $m A to-day P-laced in Ponot.ftuthQ;- C

e JACKSONVILLE, AUGUST 6, ,1847. ,. giving each other "Tallitha ee'? at the.rate,of Is the personal exaltation of. man to beVcom-. Mexican question had l eeii disposed'of. Mexico i advices from the camp of,Gen," by'tht

.. two columns a week, about the speech of CoL pared with the interests of this great confederation to'all intents'and purposes, is now in our. i receipt! of of;,our correspondence,.,for:-which ckt*, 'vDavis 1 JI JIi
All particSJn the United States i General WooPs '
I possession. .staft'win !
JIOPHAN at St. Louis. Their magazines;of 1 We earnestly: pray that the dark and even foreign nations;'look: upon that question I thanks.. '!

.;withering sarcasm. of biting sneers, and of the h our maybe averted,;; that
i+ t } choicest flowers of the vocabulary of Billingsgate thren will look rather to principles than to men, are concerned, and we now hasten to fulfil .letter contains,as.we learn by a p rivatettQ '
our promise and,'that- promise must be our a- an account ofasumptuous dinner
given atMoal'
t and it bidsfairto from thestorm ,
to be inexhaustible and that theywi'lI'save the'"epliblic'
seem really
i pologyforthis.article. Cuba, by Geographical teey.on the. .4thpf July, by the merchants3pnnciparcituens
_become regular Kilkenny business, which "threatens to involve all that is position, necessity and right belongs to :the of the town to Gen.,Taylor;!

- where no relics will rema.inoftheir, wrath but near and, dear.,in one.'tiniversalruin.. ,United States; .it may.and mustbe ours... :The: principal incident .of, the dinner xu **

r A meeting of the Democratic party of the their "tales." The points of the disputeare '' .The moment has arrived,to place i t. in: our, speech from Gen.Taylor;which was called forth
fA paper MEETING IN'ASADIS. .ON;:fJQU iTY hands and under our flag.' Cuba is in the market by a,toast associating,his name'with the PruiI I!
+ Jacksonville precinct will be held at the Court the effect of CORWTO'S speech in revivingthe '
U Through the kindness' of our*friend of the for sale, and we are,authorized by parties ency. The speech was quite unexpected. -aaa :[

t 4 t House, TO-MORROW EVENING, 7th instant, courage of the Mexicans, and the alleged eminently.ab'to, fulfil what they propose, to listened to with great interest and aroused the i r

,r. at 3'o'clock. A general attendance is respectfully complaint of Col. DONIPHAN against the admin- Southern Journal, we have been favored witha say that if the United States jill ,offer the greatest enthusiasm We understand that it i

slip containing i the proceedbgs.of an important Spanish Government, one hundred millions of was in the same spirit with,the recent.letter t
1 istration TAYLOR.
solicited business of will having neglected
rq, .& as importance and that with one week's which have
: dollars Cuba is ours been published from him
; meeting held at Madison Court House, on --that if ;

;:i"" i be brought before the meeting. As to CORWIN'S speeches, we take it that the G. notice the' whole amount will be raised' 'and paid he consented to the use of his name, it:was af J

; Jacksonville, 6th August, 18+7. least the Whigs defend them, the better. The Saturday the 17th alt, at which 'Dr.' ,R. over by the inhabitants of the Island. One the call of the people of his'country; and that :

;. 1r Ii' '" "Commercial Advertiser" of Apalachicola, has MAYS presided. The meeting:had. been called week is all they ask, if our Government will if elected he should serve to the best of hbalilj*

i '* far the wisest course and publicly without jespect to parties, and jthej object was only make the offer,for them to act u on, and? ty for the benefit of the whole country, not of& :
CAPT, ; CLARK'S CO\lPANy.-On Tuesday last adopted by into the insulting which Spain is ready to accept This is no vision party. '
stated to be to take 'consideration -
'' -
Ca t. CLARK of the 13th Regiment U. S.'' Infantry denounces their traitorous author. With ,regard but,a fixed fact, of which we have seenand We are informed that it is the present;pul-
'# to DONIPHAN'S alleged complaints, we do action of the House of Representativesof now hold the most undoubted proofs. The pose of Gen. Taylor to return to the United

passed this place, with the company he had of much one the last Congress upon the "Wilmot Proviso," possession of Cuba will complete our chain of States.some time November next should Ida.
t not are consequence
imagine they
; : been raising, on his way to Savannah.: He was and upon the subject of slavery generally ; and territory and give us the North American continent militdryduties at that tune allow him'to'taya.
y ; accompanied by Major ALLEN G. JOHNSON and way or another. Good soldiers have been priv- t it is the garden of the world, the Key visit to his family.It .

t' Lieut E. J. Dimu rr. They have succeeded ileged grumblers, from Cursors tenth; legion to consult upon what step.it would! be proper to the Gulf, and the richest spot of ,its size on further represented to,us that(Gen.Tar..'
fO-'the South to take the present emergency the face of the earth. From Florida point to its lor speaks the *
$' in down to Napoleons Imperia. guard, and no one ? : freely upon subject. of moving to
+ ,, enlisting fifty three fine 'able bodied youngmen editor would be to for the purpose of protecting her institutionsfrom north eastern coast is only fifty miles, bringingthe San Louis Potosi, It is said he hast WI'ittentu;< -
who will do credit to their State in a Whig likely censure shot and the War
any Northern insult and aggression.After Island almost within cannon sightof Department advising that should it
f., F, situation in which they may be placed to defend Government upon the mere opinion of one man. the United States. Cuba. yields to Spain an have been determined upon that no .advaneV

ti r the honor of their From Savannah From all that we can see Government has ex several able and spirited addresses had annual revenue of seven millions of dollars, besides shall be made to Monterey, he has now as raanrT

t country. erted itself to the utmost to obtain reinforce been made by Messrs. JNO. COLEMAN, D. H., supporting 25,000 soldiers, expending at I troops as are required to maintain his line, and '

l they will leave for Charleston, whence they will ments and.if blame is to attach where it MAYS, D. WESCOTT, CoL BUTLER, and:Mr. CALL, least a million a year upon fortifications and r may even spare a regiment for his present
., ,. proceed to New Orleans,' and be, sent to the any paying another million in salaries to civil and force : but that if he is expected to advance
; 1 fall the for the made of Jefferson County, upon the necessity of a
must delay
upon Whigs mil i tary.officers-in. toSpain into the interior of
a .! 1 Army now under Gen.TAYLOR. Success attend IexicoJ ten thousand mei
by them in passing the bills through Congress.RISE union of'partil'S.. at the' South .in thepresent is over ten millions, which will double will be necessary.
t them and return crowned with lau
M may they : emergency, a Preamble and Resolutions were the moment it comes under the United States.

; .,f ; rels. I'i RE.DSTUFFS.y telegraphic 'des adopted, declaring most energetically the full Cuba. produces the best sugar, coffee, tobacco IMPORTANT FROM VERA, CRUZ ANDTAMPICO. -.

p r/. patches to Richmond, information is received and tropical fruits in the world. It has gold |

R arrival the right of any and every State to the Territory of and silver, and the richest copper mines known.Its Gen. Pierce's March Resisted-CoLD'eRusseVs ';
;1 ANOTHER COTTON FACTORY IN FLORIDA.-We of the pf steam ship Washington at
the Union acquired and to be acquired,-that harbors, surface of the country and climateare Engagement with Gen. Garay. ;;
,, 1 learn from the Gazette that New York on Friday evening the 30th nits
Newport efforts- ,
4; any infringement of this right is unconstitutional unrivalled, and in less than five years its The New Orleans
r"a' with intelligence from Liverpool to the 15th would than the entire steamship Capt Auld,arrived
re making a cotton factory in up revenue more pay purchase -
,-and denouncing the action taken by at New Urleans on Thursday

,. Wakulla county, at a place on the St. Marks July. An advance had taken place in the price the House of Representatives of the lost Congress money asked from by Spain.Florida Cuba. to Yucatan must be it, las t,-the 22d inst, from Vera Cruz,via,morning Tampj. }4
ours Stretching
; : river of flour and breadstuffs in The har- I and the Brazos. f
two England.
miles above Newport The location is co ]
"Wilmot Proviso
the also
3 upon, They commands the Gulf and coast of Mexico. It is

R up }; said to be an admirable one, and the friends of vest was not so promising. The telegraph did call upon thepeople of the South to forget.party larger than.Ireland-nearly as large as all the Pierce On with the morning his command of the of detachments 14th last,, Gen.
t :: the enterprise are sanguine as to its success. not transmit any intelligence concerning eState i distictions and unite as Southern Republicans New England States, containing 43,500 square 3d 4th
Dragoons Artillery 3d
miles of the most fertile soil under the sun. To ,
t It is estimated that the cost of erecting a factory of the cotton market the 7th 8th 9th and 14th .
themselves to for Infantry detachment
i pledging support no man us it is indispensable. We want its harbors for a
a a at this place to run 1000 spindles, including In New York'on the 30th, flour had risen. voltigeurs' and a large detachment
office, unless he be true to the South on the our ships to touch at to and from Mexico-for
'' all the necessary machinery, will be from I Good Gennessee sold at $5 75. of the accommodation of American and English of marines, amounting to 2500 men and ISO
$15,000 to $20,000. One thousand spindles can In Baltimore on same day flour was held at transatlantic steamers-for its products and wagons, had taken up their line of march towards
committee was appointed to prepare an ad trade and the Gulf of Dies Puebla.
spin 1500 yards every day, and will require from $5 50 to $G 00. Yellow corn sold for 75c dress to the people of Florida and the South ico. ,Give us as Cuba grand and our key possessions to the are com- The New'Orleans arrived in Tampico on tie

ti : one bale of cotton of 500 pounds or 300 bales - g morning of the 15th inst. at 8 o'clock. Cot
S F j a THE ACCUSATION AGAINST THE SOUTH generally. which after some consultation,made plete. Spain is ready to .sell, the Cubians are Gates
informed the
two hundred
us American
;t year. waiting for us to make the purchase, and ,to
The Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser,has its report. The address ably narrates the come at once into the Union. Let the thing be prisoners who had been released from the city

t, '' hoisted the flag of Gen. TAYLOR as the, candidate whole history' of the attack upon the institutions done; we pledge ourselves that the hundred of Mexico had been ordered down to Tampico

i *i, TuEJDiGESTOF THE LAws.-The committee of the South, and'portrays the consequences millions will be forthcoming to meet the offer, aud recaptured by Gen. Gamy at or near Hue: *
of "the of the United States
c ,t 1 appointed by the Governor to examine and ret people of which will result if this crusade succeeds. and that Cuba will prove the richest conquest jutla, about ninety or one hundred, miles up
'i" ;; America," and has been taken severely to task the river and Col. DeRnssey with detachments
;+ port upon the Digest of the Laws of this State ever made by the United States. ,
r by its Northern Whig bretheren for so !doing. As we did not receive the proceedings of the of Louisiana volunteers, ports of Capt. Wyse's

prepared by L. A. THOUPSOEsq.., under authority They have charged it, in common with the meeting, which are very lengthy, until a late A RAY OF HOPE. company: of artillery,and Capt. Eoyd'fc (formerly

of the General Assembly, have made whole Southern Press with hour, we are unable this week ta give more thana The following, which we extract .from the of the Baltimore battalion) company of infantry
their which in the attempting to convulse amounting to.115 or 1'JO men and officers
c report, appears Floridian of brief sketch of what but shall Pennsylvanian, gives ua some encouragement
transpired publish -
the Union upon the question of slavery ; had left there by the of the,river
the 31st ult. Messrs. T. RANDALL WM. II.BROCKENBSOCGH way on
the Northern Democrats
them in full in next We how that: are beginning '
our cannot the
t and the article of the Advertiser in reply to the steamers Undine and Mary Summers, oa :
q, ti and J. WALES BAKER, "who accusation is a. sensible and ably written refu- ever, omit the following: resolutions which were to see the error of their ways, in courting: the the 6lh inst, for the purpose of releasing the i I
compose the committee, and whose judgment in offered by Gen. BROOME after the reading of alliance of the Abolitionists. At least, they ev American prisoner -They had Landed sixty '
tation. But the ,
+ ,, w the matter well seems to dread the miles above unmolested. and the two steamers
;d ,, may relied upon, speak in idently have discovered: that they have not
"; terms of the true point of dispute. Why does it ackowledgethe Address, and unanimously adopted:' had returned to the city. At 2 o'clock; P.'M, I
highest of the
plan necessity of our opposition to the spirit of "Resolved, That we recognize in Col. Benton gained anything by the operation,'and that it i is an express arrived from CoL Dellussy slating :

and execution of the work and congratulate the U. S. Senator from Missouri, a 'traitor to the not likely that they ever shall. The severe that: they had been permitted to march 'Up unmolested ;
the Wilmot Proviso
, ray f community, 'that a digested, systematic and yet refuse to declare South, a deserter from her standard, .1 victimto lesson which has been taught, them in New : until they got in a narrow pass neat
i the true ground for its support of Gen TAYLOR. the slavish passion of and hatred whichhe Hucjutlu where
correct code of laws will soon supersede the envy Hampshire is surely sufficient to .make ,them they were surrounded crude It declares that there are no indications in the 'cherishes for her most distinguished and twelve or fourteen hundred Mexicans under
perplexed and chaotic mass through honored son, an unscrupulous intriguant for pause before they make another effort to carryout .Gen. Garay. They had suffered considerableloss
V1 : Southern pressthat we are seeking to make the
I 1e. ;y which we have now to grope our uncertain way. the executive chair in 1853, and a Statesman of the objects of the inharmonious xfniori.- ; ,but by the assistance: of Capt Wyse-'s artillery

We understand that the work has been approved Wilmot proviso the question upon which the eminent abilities; abandoned to the vilest pas Democracy Abolitionism C
>," '. of by the Governor,and that fifteen hun choice of a President is to rest. If this is the sions of nature, together for the formerstruggles to secure the ed towards the river, and wanted assistance.--

dred true belief of the Advertiser, it is time that it Resokedj, That we recognize in John C. Calhoun CoL Gates despatched the New Orleans back to
have been subscribed be
for to used of the whole Union-the latter'seek
the happiness s
i.l should be undeceived. The Wilmot able Statesman, the honest patriotand Vera Cruz with requisition on CoL Wilson
d by the State. It will probably be publishedand proviso faithful defender of Southern rights, and to embroil all in the flames anarchy and civil for four companies 01 infantry and :also the

ready for distribution by the 1st of November will be the question which shall decide the that the South is laid under increased obligations discord.' May'the lesson be a profitable one, steamers Undine and Mary Summers' up tha

;r next. Mr. THOMPSON is about for choice of a President. The signs are too clearto to him for the noble stand which he has r'iverwith 150 men to the relief of CoL DeEoS"

G .1 the North leaving admit of a doubt but that this will be the taken in her defence, for which we hereby ten and may its consequences be, digested by the sey. The New Orleans arrived at Vera Crux on
to the
superintend publication of the case. The whole North has taken arms der him the homage of,our-gi atitude and love" Northern Democratic. leaders, with the traitor the Ifith at 2 o'clock, P. M. when we-tbunJ_ the
BENTON at their head. city in a great excitement.
t w, against us on this matter, and we have no alter- THE PURCHASE OF CUBA. The Recent Election in New Hampshire. Gen. Pierce had marched out as above rtatecl,

#; t ev. : THE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN" taken to itself native. The Whigs have abandoned the Protective During the firsts Session of the last Congress, There is material for reflection in the recent and encamped about ten miles from the eitri"when

I ;fit another editor in the person; of Col. HENRY 8)'stem-the old issues are all disposed a proposition was made by Senator YULEE, that election in New Hampshire. .Notwithstanding the scouts or out. guards came in:and reported
) ;i R. JACKSON, whoso contributions, we presume, of--and, capital must be made out of the Wil the United States should purchase the Island of both the ,Democratic candidates were' in favorof al a large and force of Mexicans at the Nation-..
Bridge marching towards 'the city;
the Wilmot Proviso the Abolitionists combi-
,'." have frequently appeared in the columns of that mot proviso. In the South, therefore,whatever Cuba from the Government of Spain. At that.j}i I ned with the Federalists, to consummate their Every thing wag got ready for an'attack* ':.Tha,
.- sterling journal, but who has not, until th.e present difference of opinion may exist upon the old time he declared that the purchase could be effected defeat This was what many judicious; men shipping was removed, from between the city

1: r t' time, publicly appeared in the editorial party questions are united upon one point both Spain and her powerful colony being feared-what, indeed, was predicted in'more, and the castle. Gen. Pierce came in and too -

and that -is that the candidate than one quarter. It shows exactly how far the a reinforcement seven hundred men, miking"in
chair. JACKSON'S\ talents are too well knownto or candidates desirous of the change. He stated that the all thirty two hundred ,In consequence of
require an eulogy on our part-and we have whom it may support, must declare uncompromising inhabitants of Cuba were desirous of connecting any circumstances can rely upon, and abolition how inconsiderate support under the late difficulty, the requisition of CoL Gates

f ; only to wish him God speed,' and success in hostility to the spirit of'the Proviso. themselves with our confederation and that it is, by any even the most trifling concession to on Gov. Wilson could not be complied with.- .,AWe '

n t his new career.DEMOCRATIC. But the South did not provoke this crusade the only opposition to the measure would comefrom seem to bid for this sort influence. While the receiVed on board 25 marines from the *"
her great'Republican of the Union adheres to U. S. sloop Saratoga, and on the morning against constitutional rights and party ,
no one foreign powers. The island from its -
pot 17th at 7 o'clock sailed for Tunpico at which,
the Constitution and acts with ,
4 tL MEETING.--We again earnestly can blame her' for defending herself when a sition and wealth was all important to us, and d to its pasthistory, refusing up alliance consistency with any time Gen. Pierjce had marched out to meet the

tacked. It is a. question not only of honor an that should obtain enemy. AAt 7 o'clock on the 18th'inst. we arrived '
call upon the Democrats of this precinct to attend we it sooner or later was in party, for any purpose, and on any abstraction '

the meeting which is to be held of independence,-but it involves the existenceof evitable. This 'proposition he subsequently trusting: to the good sense of the nation,to at Tampico and heard that: the two detachments -
to-morrow had returned awe
settle anY subject of''difference which and the t1as-J1ear
unborn The :
millions Proviso aims at the unjust
(Saturday) evening. In consequence of the un dropped, being at the time only desirous. to apprehensions' are too ready to exaggerate- could ascertain, was, as'follows: ,
annihilation of the black/! race and at the depopulation draw the attention of the the The? towards
favorable state of- the weather: the, meeting people of Unionto : while this is so-we, preserve our own integrity, detachments had marched up

f which was to have been held on Saturday last of the Southern States by means of the,subject, and feeling conscious that ,the at the same time that we contribute to the preservation ..theirplaceofdestinationunmolestedtintilthey'f

4 was starvation. No one that is aware of the rapid two features of our foreign policy the Oregon of'the Union. It is now the boast o came in a narrow pass-several) miles from Bu.
; postponed for a week. We ,
y trust that all when surrounded 1200 or
ejutla by
they were
the Abolitionists
that the Democratic
increase in the in
population at the South party
; will be the boundary and the troubles with Mexico which ]
on fire
ground at the proper time. New England is irrevocably divided and really 1400 I xicms'wh, commenced aheavy on
+; W believe that meetings have already been but is conscious that the day will come whenan then absorbed public attention,should be first the late special election in New Hampshire, looks them from directions.. Capt. lYYse.8"this'

t r' neld at all the other precincts in the outlet must be found for the myriads who disposed of. He was immediately assailed( with a4 if
and that they have appointed"delegates county, cannot obtain food from its overtasked soil. If abuse from one end of. the Union to the'othee r. of preventing this very state of, things,that the ing them six or eight rounds'of grape,which ear

to meet we, at this day, do not secure this outlet th position, occupied on the question alluded to was' :lanes through"their lines; they:,gave,way aaq.
in County Convention, the time for holding Party journals took refuge from their ignorance"of taken by) ;the Democratic party in that quarter. fled through the chaparral, o1.:each side of tir
which is to be decided upon by,the Democrats fate St. Domingo is before us. Starvation matters in Cuba, by stigmatizing him as a They may.now see, once for all, how.idle it is to ,rOOd.This was on the.'morning of the I2tl;p

of this and insurrection'will speedily obliterate' ail had rely olihoh and.how They continued fighting their way back toward*,
precinct. The meeting of to-morrow "young manand?? as few ever written;or upon support, .dangerous
is that the hand and mind of man has done in the it is to concede to abolition pretensions, 'even iappearance. n -the river,.at intervals, until the- orning-of tte_
night therefore the thought the subjectbrainlesseditors seized I
more important :upon
and a fair land, of the South. The true course is"that which ad. IGtli'inst, when. ;,tbey'werei released by theminforcement
tullattendance. should be given.. Wilmot with avidity: this opportunity to make a.short lived : heres, to the poJi y. .:which.the:great'popular ? of }5p men. sent by CoL Gat !.--:
t. The ,Proviso_has forced us into a The -returned'to the .late5 the niglito<
posture city
parade. Time has passed on, and other eventshave partylias triumphed for, so many: years.. on :

; ,, I APPOINTMENT BY THE PRESIDE-The.President of defence, and.the South has been compelled ;; :apparently obliterated, his, movement in i : Abolition is but'another name for Federalism,. the 16th inst.,"Wi ha, loss twenty killed, ten;
to declare its firm and unalterable determination I and we pay tribute to the last in hoping to conciliate : wounded and,two niissing, and fifteen or twentf
1, $ has appointed CoL STERLING PRICE, of ,the:Senate, from the public.mind, but 'the sub the first, horses and'sixty pack mnlei: regret to statt.
to adhere
to its
Missouri, to be Brigadier General, in the place I constitutional 'ectdi d excite attention, and has none'the, that Ca t. Boyd.was the first who fell with thW

r R of JEFFERSON DAVIS, who declined. rights. Yet we seek not.to embroil this nobl e been! 'thought and acted upon meanwhile. ;Thepeople Y FROM,CALIFORNIA.An balls through: | body.:: also his first'lieutp\

'I xt Republic. We only ask for justice for'justice > -. intelligent officer./writes on l:5th.Marchi: ant fell mortally.wounded, and'wasleft.dying
? ofCulls hailed, the proposition? ,..of ,Mr., from '
,iat t to ourselves .and to our We be- ." 0 Montereyin Californiathat,, CoL'MasonJ :on.th field. CoL De$uSe i had several bays
t 1 A NEW RESOURCE.We.learn from, CoI' 1. posterity, 'YI1LEE as the dawn of hope' for a diaenthrnlmeat 1. of -.the 1st dragoons, arrived, atSanJFraiicjscoon through.liis 'clothes.Ca t'Wyae: 'had,''thne. '

MCINTOSH, of this ,.' that.. he. .. lieve there are yet patriotic hearts at the North from the chains of Spanish de$potism.-.. the.,12th ,February, and,;Col.: Stevenson on horses shot under,him,: ,The Mexican. loss w).)l

'i county, is making who will not countenance: this robbery of, our, Their the 5th!: March, with..three, companies': interest in the rneasurO has been
preparations to embark in .. ..manifested .
a new enterprise' rights, and who will yet have. .sufficient ihflu- "" from New o k; Theheyvy otdnanch e ed., Their General. fled and. left the ,charge'
1, t oue which promises to develope new resources: : ''. ,.in.numerous_,,1 letterspublished. in .t c. and stores, ,brought up .by.the regiment would the second in command.. The names of the offi

to the energy and-industry.of'the planter of ence to, ward off the threatened dangers., ,Nor journals of the United States. They:have?as* be landed at' San, Francisco, The;.writer expresses' cers'who': 'accompanied'.CoL DeRussejr! ,are notrecollected.

:t ,, Florida. He intends, to enter largely i u to-the, have we banner cast off, under.which all allegiance we have our old fought Democratic ':so ..sociated. and organized; for -the'purpose" :, of- hastening ,. the.confident/opinion be restoredao! Mexico .she\could if,..Californiashquld I,:no tw' I '. ... .- _

,, cultivation of the >grape for t4.purpose of manufacturing and We itsfins1 adoption. ,THey.are. now aiany' possibly hold it for three'moritlis;'that the pejoV l! Amusing'Scene vt a: Coup,Bouse.- >On 'Frid ,
{, ,. wines<< and is'"making' arrangements: long successfully., : are only pained :moment mdy'to bear! e whole, weight. and ex- pie is \.the.territpry,;'as,well ;as the4'emigititAtwould ; ;;last-a,fellow named Gep rge'Muhford, i .theJ4-
at the conduct of some of its leaders,who seekto resist the Mexican authority :;and/woulo gutless Prophetwastred; Philadelpa] *,
to have pense'oftiiecbein ;
''y? vineyard which will Fie with r ;: s r ;,
t : any,in form anew. issue' which is not Democratic, ;. then fallinto'disselisionquarrels, and'fightinganiong the, charge' of:. being ..a, common Tagrant. }rs
the In'theNewYork"Sun"'for &
Union. The
F grape grows in this climat would *'- ;' the J ihsj.:.at*" : themselves ,;till humanity would' 1. ,wa convicted'andsenterced.toprisonforthitty'Pe :
and'which': :: }' .rai :'the. Union [in. armsmerely !/ J'i I' *' : ,
,, i f' more luxuriantly! than in ni' the portion of the pears<..G, highly:;interesting.article[ : .'uppn/jthis
the United .States, and the only reason that has ,togratify' personal ambitiompf.? i one 'subject,'which cieariy.portrays the present.condition :! The:Californiarls'Rere': ::.quiet;ut. the. jtinie; the a'gainstrthe sentence,, But the Jed*. .v
or., two m n.* xThe.8outhei; !press has suggesiU : : wrote and:the Ainericansvwonld endeavor-id' namedParsons immovable:;. He finaUT
t: : : ( ) :v3 ,
i deterred he from of,things inf Cuba The editor of;,iJi : (
embarking! 'the ... .
Bameenterprise ed the name of one Norihehrman: ,'as theDemocratic. -' at'keepthew sb 'by jnildland g sutler. reatinent .. : ;grew,:riotousna'3Maanded, ; a'trialby rJwysl; J
i ; long since, is the fear that our: /:frequent -; candidate by/the: )" effect which'ithas.produced journal, Mr.:.BEACH,..Bpentthejlasti;winierupph: soilHa; describea'thVplimate; as'Y healthy,' he --The:'Judge;was v "inflexiple ,and threaten' ,

rains may destroy. the/'fnAicLrrosa 'ut., 'But CoL boliUonis : the islandand,i his opportunities! '.for btaining ,'animucK unsettled Jand: At presen: t,' cbmmit'hm for'coirtcnipt.; : : George dared ,himr,

Iii''of i tha R qng't t { YQugsTtlxeshaft information relative, to/the dispositionvof. its'tn-: thepopulatioriis"smaULproliabIyAgt.oi: ; Ceed-' ;.toi do( 'so. The'.'fudgewoiFd': (:be dared a:
t arbors .: opinion' : ,ijiuM'tii:, j g, ,:has; struck the..mark, :land :t e1.llieady"IPr |l:habita"nts >M'* were nnliiuite (Lt 'the* jng 12,OOO;: ,:of.which about'orie;nfth '-are'emi. .committed him: ',TJ cnGeorge'grew Jndigaaatpeci.Vpu .

j thereby the leaves can shade the! gropej-; -q :their/ovA; defeat, f In.the bands.;',bffrightswiUjbe :that 'yegivp arjticle: grallts..Inaddit1'on'to, these,ithere: ,may )1 I .niwon't' let me'off?!" .-' Na' rdidn' ,t:

E I the injury will".rlot-, b"-effected; .MayVhebesuccessful itha.t"'tru e t''ot'r L ev Wod nzstraYk'iher leino entire t y*t ,trusting. i---- cV*t
F ,, I in:his .cnte? riSe'nndi;. : ehall 1 : : ):' r ';fiinaticisnij;the suJb'ect. wfll. Presenfltself'to. .a?/ called ,CKristiAiv.,: Indians! ,,, who, speaitftheSpanish ; :; :.Christian( charityand! 'spirit, about: y'

,' j long:see wines from;Tebanks ere. \raf1. o8:,the South vrill restassayed' th ktheir; :minds'pf the:Southern 'people" with: ';increased.; langauge,'and'perform tile office <$SLv 'name._ God. made. religion,'buttliParstmsP ; made. ,

; :. of'tho sunny:St: ; ; ., They would,. avoid all* ri-.m :; ","t o.>i ft. \lit. i't..,_,, ,.,., bprers,. T%'flStare-; ,
Johns which : e. 1f : : '
; .r' *,
a :t may vie with..those' of Xe red of 'disc rd andEdUunionJ > hive. in i jthjafmouflwnS,'arid subsivin/a: gr e ; ) :
! f' nd the) .b er the ram 1; ''Chthi; }undEr" th'efjftag if'the' United } J'r'I : ; ;
ieDoan -1 35f
J ,nnd of the farfained Sout13 deM : ? drgre itti', J helioreesandCattle JAbtChrtlle 1
,: '
of Northern
4 t f a candidate. Is got thei x suss e S: ''WheAiii: Havana: last winter) we .had'a:conSuKV coat.st' 'fz'asi;' ,"th4'11t: ;'''.'' "'UoJlIlt8tl:' on:Unio'n ..&.. :..;rqqf@cou1d sDppfeSs. -. ;kdr;'r ff f! a j'1,
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j+ J.j lei that one of the letters understand says the Boston Post, that the So SANTA-':ANNA".TEAK, -I'"c.:1 .I. NOTICE 10 APi141CANTs l1t :tj : ."_:'T' : _, '.
fji itSt. Louis from Santa Fe of the United States TreasuryMr.Gil- : Unll r i aPJortd.s'.qT74i > ". ;
ARTk SoIierra n !ocwa:iJci T'ln;. ifig :
I lfo2d' of Na Jinstructions CoL Price is making arrangements for the sale of the ;Tha+' Permt 1842, t.>, I.ti't .

j I from the War estate which has fallen into the hands of He le p'd upon a mule?, *- &,". '. : ;Were.ganted'for"SwIe4. pre Mattis}W 4fcA J ltaere t oi'I"'iJel.. ; 1

[tothe Colonel government from its debtors, in different As in the road it stood. atlS..ouclt PttmI18., 'd t' ; ; t
announced that the of the country, and that his,plan for But oh! his leg was far.away, NOrI iris: hereby.giTeiito ,the. .ti sabouemeatio".t' .tAtst U.1 or; :.. :. :,:".t ;'

ton any of the acts of General disposal will soon be published. Somewhere along the road. ; Gen .:described r .Ps'haTebJ. duly,.rtiled"'d.rntcr. b .ti>8aft. :
they confer any rights upon The Washington Union thus explains the sub- He thought,of all that he had.lost. Q: e 1is' Land. ,Office it KetiiaamsvilleE.Ltisidc.:.i-' --a 1
allowed > ; .
!ist!territory of New Mexico, of this sale in some detail. lunch and dinner % b y said.dct,for,.the P !jug the!ett,Ut bit the ,settIeait>#tlisst6eenren oaths? '.-e", '

failed States; and Gen. "On inquiry, we learn that the proposed sale And terror filled the..Gen'r l' must par.tlCUar 4 baiter section uROn which 1&loc n-frill txFl'' On'tie dote NRiteth"To rr i'
r commanding, was directed I embrace lands in nearly every State in.the.; The Gen'ral's eye a tear. these described in the annexed' ( list. 'Thvse'a &Gt herefor whose settlements stre"iitli or p': t t f

carried into effect such of the including large tracts in Texas. Most of townsh ; are requestod "to,'filewit1 } theRegiater andRe'Geiver sat; :Niim mn T P1.'I i

'te Ian of the territory as 1 lands are wild. Still there will,be valua- He paus'd upon a far off hill nenort' before s the said dateiiatisforfoW. ry. prQ r1.pursuant to the requirements the, I+attr above '
On the strength of these farms and city lots some with and others And cast one.last fond look, 1 .Il" :
)r d Col. Price in the sale. Some Behind to where his coach and leg Such pro t,should the. ; imda1'i I
t officially included applicants ovrn corroboratcdb:
** : buildings, X.the ttst imoD1 olhocr d{
L r and remission of sentence the southern and western lands are said to And dinner had been fooi- mOttrI.dis 1t'ested an d eo tw.lwh. proof should atat@ all the particulars a the ., s a t
LTrajillo, convicted of of the very best quality. Schedules of these He thought of the rich'iands there. '"' 'r".'Ya < '* "*' I
it < r .
Lmment of the United States, are expected to be completed in about two Which he had hoped to use f proof.requ.ired lithe fore V"gUM ** 'W on or before the date spectll1ha npHi
Lfnpon set at liberty. The and will appear.in the papers of this ci- And, mourning for his Joss the while, C1nts1riU orfeitQllright"tit1eand i claim,to.tho.Land, under their PennjC v' t .* >. ,!
He thus did silent _
r. says the letter, will The lauds in each State will be advertis muse.

tjce D to the Natives that., not in one or more local papers, so as to allow Township. f' Ran g e., I be Dates on or be ore .I b the proof or aettlftllntrmOk' & a #;
Tho' I must mourn without fileit and the aiirplar I
United States they cannot greatest possible opportunities for bids.- my leg, p qUlrtpr. iondt"leribed.1"fIt :
The instructions biddings will probably close by the mid- And sadly limpAnd stoop, Twel1ty three South. Twenty East:. .'. 5th May, 84s. ; 'Jj
[jingress. Twent : : .
I'd have smile if .
to Scott should Y one do Nineteen do I I .
the internal of When try 28th June t848 .
for improvement September or first of October. ac- W "jirt..k
To boil it into wen t y-two do Nineteen d '-
soup 0, :
d .
the full sanction of the and the deeds conveying 0 ,0 i
tceived : -
money paid, Twenty.one ,:: : :-; .f ,
For I am told that he is fond 'do Tweet do.. =
interest of the United States will be pre .' d, "' ,. ,. ::rwTwenty.two ::..,: : ,
Of soup that ta'enin haste do Twenty .do do i' ; ., ..F' A
.n :
PARIS SCANDAL.rhtcorrespondent executed, and acknowledged by the Soli- Twent : : .t i
shin .two
And taken do do -
as was thus
of the Boston and forwarded to the purchaser free .of my ,. Twenty..onc do do' ,6 .
[ ,
It just suit his taste. Tweet y-th lee do do. '
.Twenty-one ,
do :
public well posted up in the Papers in the vicinity of lands ob doTwent 1'' :
J-two do do .
pops of France. From one by the government in the collection of "The t Twenty-two do. :do ,' :\ '
'hasty'part may Please him well, enty-three: do. Twenty4.wo do ..
do ,
do, ,
:Ve glean some particulars, debts will confer a favor on those wishing But for the rest he'll find ;

however. We had never become purchasers bygiving publicityto these My foot more harmless in the pot ', Nozr.-The;particulars as r o thee; t tl 4*;***" oho""* w?)-me.nme, when lti.vationwascom- tmencedthe ,

hgaftht'cscapadcs of the Due The advantage to the government, in Than as a 'foe behind. kind of crop cultivatoo-numb of acres in cultivation-the kind of ten ement.; f\ ..

lerallv] described as austere cold these lands into money, and the 1 hope the dinner I had spread ., erected-*-number of persons composing the family-discriminating between adults and childref"T: f 13
tntpossessed of fine abilities: in their passing into the hands of ac- His -males and females-white and,colored. SAM USSELL RegIster. 4 :
well suit *
may )
JOHN PARSONS Receiver. .
owners and seemstoo clear to .
PARIS, June ( occupants, i And would not him if he
jnthenticatcd scandal, of the elucidation: This movement of the Soli Had not the leg envy to boot. .. LAND OFFICE Newnansville, Florida_ July 16th, 1847. 3t *
cannot fail of the commendation
occupied public attention receiving .I
disclosing frightful all "But now to Montezuma's halls "As for the pillow case 'there is hardly enough Our old friend Mrs. Partington, of_ the Bos- "
eland private life. The With swiftness I must flee, of it for the fashion" said the housekeeper displaying ton Post asks in her wellknown'8we -toned.. F

$ce appointed by the Chamber the Star (a beautifully printed and well And hope the patriotio there the remnant; "but perhaps,we can make simplicity, if there "isn't some claws in the revived t.

'eOSl'oij n. Cubieres, was not paper at Yerlu Buena, on the bay of St. Will write my LEG" a shift to do with it by scrimping a little." "I statutes of Massachusetts agin.cais? d't t '

press, its -100 pages replete California:) we observed a few days He spurr'd his mule, and look'd about, should think not" said Mrs.Partington, coming think adds: tIt seems to me there ought to be,form 41fsjt 1 t

jjterial: ; bribery and corruption, an advertisement of Captain John A. Sut- And saw no Yankees near, in at the end of the remark; "I should poor Paul once got terribly torn in his flesh and. '

jardin boldly asserted, in La for two machines to reap his crop of forty And looking at his stump once more, not, because there is the yokes, and the neck trowsersby one, and for nothing at alL either,

*JD1 es of peerages had been sol ilnd bushels of Wheat. The Boston Ad- He wiped away a tear. RUGBY. gussets, and gores, and-." '"Lord bless you, but just sitting down on her-and the cloth. -.

i 1IICS'} tilde M. de Ca tellaue I says Capt. S. is a Swiss by birth. His Jacksonville, Aug. 1, 1847. Mrs. Partington, what are you talking about cost a dollar a yard too" t '
lumber of Deputies, that the : seems to have been full of adventure and said the young widow,blur ing. The old.lady r r -1 / f

[jgsria pillaged public moneys to :-Rich. En."At '. Civilization.-Aftcr looked a moment over her specs comprehendedthe ] Catholics in the United States. -The,Catholic {1

aitisto accumulate fortunes in one time he was an officer in the French Club assert that remarking of the citizens that the of Lon-National whole, and ejaculating "Oh;I see," became Almanac for 1847, says .that the 'number of.. t '

\::0/ had the ship bearing Capt. ( Leaving that service he came to this don 1,250,000 persons, "n ver enter the wallsof silent, Priests in the United States is eight hundred # .

Oafs aii-de-caiup. detected in and made many friends in the Atlantic a religious edifice and that "all our large and thirty four, being' an accession of ninety
the channel before Gen l's. But still The editor of the eight in one and also that there 812 '1
.Js.)left ho travelled farther westward, towns are in a similar state," &c. the Dublin Gospel Banner thus speaksof year; are .
-r sed the Duke de Nemours in at length he established himself on a large Nation of the 3d inst. adds : President Polk's response to the address of churches, 72 of which were erected'during'the ,' '

3! ituJtion. tht: his paternal in the beautiful valley of the St Francis- But all these horrors, fade before the new a- Hon. George Evans at Gardiner.; Maine : past year. In addition to this number, there ', ti .

ri brook restraint, and ]he The Indians of the neighborhood have long trocities revealed by the (London) Times of Saturday "It was certainly a magnificent effort, worthy ( are 577 stations visited by clergymen but as yet. .1 :

1015.with a cane, upon the been his friends and allies and brought last, in which we find some remarks upon the style and title of President of the United without any commodious place of worship. ,. : to

This account of the affair is peltries to his growing establishment, the undeniable increase infanticide "-how States. The people could not suppress 1

[true, (though the Monileiir the trappers and hunters also have been innocent children are daily strangled;drowned their admiration, but every few moments burst An Important Vote.-The House of Assembly ,

kid the report.) but I content to work for his ready pay. His trading burnt poisoned starved and decapitated forth in tokens of admiring approbation. It of the Canadian Parliament last week forwarded ... ,

;ring the initial of the insulted : : are known to the merchants of by,wholesale, ;"-how, "the murder of children, will not do hereafter to tell anybody who was an address to the Queen, praying,that. the- l(

.dwldicr. whoviMtcd the United Sandwich Islands and our own ports-and : has ceased to be murder in England," and other there that James K. Polk is a third-rate man" free navigation of the St. Lawrence be granted ?;

itrtlie revolution.; The one occasional leasthlve, carried him to Sit- 1 fearful statements of a like character. This is to all nations and also that the navigation laws ''t

cl'ioking woman, some thirty .:. in the Russian posc:sions, the Paris of Wes- horrible. Are we living in the nineteenth century Hints to Farmers.-'Tomatoes make excellent be repealed, so far as they, in manner, relate. l

ueDukehas left for the South of North America. At the time our Ex 1 -amid all the enlightenment, steam, phi- preserves. to effect that colony. On Wednesday the vote t r

mjunie l only by an aid-de-camp Expedition was on the coast, our oflicers lanthropy, and power-looms of the illustrious Toads are the very best protection cabbage was concurred.in by the Legistfre Council by a
seer refuse+k to receive any \ his ready hospitality and at a subse- .- -
British Empire ? Surely, there is cotton enoughin against lice.Plants large majority, .

:m, period Capt. Fremont tested it after his consumption there-also Bishops enough, at when drooping, are revived by a few '
-- -- --- passage over the mountains in winter, least there will be enough when the four new grains of camphor. A Climax. At the entertainment given by:"

IDiir Prn+cir','.-'M-urn W' einl of which, without Slitter's assistance, ones shall have been consecrated by act of Parliament Pears are generally improved. by grafting on the City Fathers of New York to.the officers,of' t ta ,

4FoAluid/ an 'fII II'SS to begin have I heCll truly tragical. ; at all events, there is far more of the the mountain ash. the French steamship t the health of Louis Phil-- 1

"'lanah j- *- ? .S! 0 ! ! machinery of British religion existing in England Sulphur is valuable in preserving grapes, &0., lippe was, given by his honor the Mayor. Mons5 r'

'J fur oM Za Scott- Conduct of the Roman Catholic Clergy,-The than we have yet been able to set up in from insects. Leon Lecomte, in behalf of his brother officer i '

',IDl'fntion3.JOO! cheers for !! Chronicle, a conservative or Protestant China, India, Syria, Caffirland, or CabuJL What Lard never spoils in warm weather, if it is thus replied-?-"Y ou could not have given a fbasi. '
-" and comfort !r<-* *-jlf contains the following; "'I cannot for in cooked in out. to better father wiser t
encouragement have we to persist our phi enough frying a a king a bore tender : <
-ruin!!-Bi;; war debt if it'were tiple'F life of me, understand how the priests of lanthropy toward the Chinese, for example, if In feeding with corn 60 Ibs. ground goes as husband, or a more n ice mall 1" ''
infernal Mexican-tariff] !!- Santa country arc enabled to live what between
after clothing them all in printed fabrics, classifying far as 1001hs. in the kerneL ill
Q Spoiled hopes for'AS'!- privations to which the necessity of h
should be fine.
them in poor-houses, and subjecting Corn meal never ground very Tribune.says
-M:! M M D and the The Cost of.a Visit.--The N. Y;
-ira -i-in people, physical exertions to which it. .
them the of It the richness of .
to spiritual Bishops of Oxfordor injures
sway that Mr. visit to New York
cost :
V-nm! M-wal M-urn ! r attendance ou the dying and the dead have double nutri- Polk's the
Cambridge manufacture they are. to go on Turnips small.size -- the city four thousand dollars. The bills.at the ; .
---- -- them the remark : .
Jt'ct: was a respectable ones have:
murdering their children as they do now or cious matter that large .
Mr.Rennettoftlje New York Astor House, alone, amounted to $1,250., i .
few outside
clergyman a days
ago even more extensively, "by wholesale," like Kuta Baga is the only root that increases in
of Vis recent letter In.in London, office. It would be heartless in
'.Itisarineulartruth i that in a bigotry the English ? Here is a bad prospect for the nutricious qualities as it increases in size. Nero York ImpoTts.-The Imports:into NewYork !' '
we lot to bear our testimony to the i.
of the Sweet olive oil is a certain cure for the bite ofa
progress species. last week amounted to the f
here enormous sum d
is sympathy fur the United .
eulogy contained in those few words ofa '
rattlesnake. Apply it internally and exter- of ;sly ,
Dents in Mexico o and this is $1,696,742.
; among of that faith to which our affections Curious Sign-Board. sign over a cobler's nally.
classes! 1 have
ofsocw-ty. an extii ; conviction cling. They sure performing shop in the village of Hecoltou, in North Wales, Rats and other vermin are kept away from
to state on this Not A Correction. The of the Times ;'
subject. long duties at this crisis in a manner the most has on it the following words : graiifby a sprinkling of garlic when packingthe Spirit gives.us t
?plication was made by one or moro -indeed we might with a he- the following good joke about an Irishman !
: gay, Price Dyer cobler daler in Bacer shag and sheaves. .
ers in the service who did'nt like the district of
military: of Prn
devotion. Death and want are busy a- in system voting. i1
pigtail, bakon and jingur Bred ; eggs laid every Money skilfully expended drying land by .
ws to tIle Unitw States
for the
them. We have already recorded the morning by me and good Pradis in The draining or otherwise will be returned with Paddy says, ,;
{ very {
-rinir her armies volunteers in 1 in the mornin' like lark nn' winfc-
as .ng away of some of them to whom we were summur gentlemen And lady Knit Have good ample interest.To got up a
.ar with Mexico. One of these down to the an' found there.
by ties of warm friendship-that reli- pow everything -
: tay and krumpets and strawberry And crame, cure scratches on a horse, wash the legs
as from officer in the an'voted like raal Di Dimmycrat
ayoiinj Prn of the affections which knows no sectarian mighty quiet, a $
nd -with sKim milk,bekause i Can't get No crame.n. with warm soapsuds, and then with beef. brine. '
closely connected with the an' an' blur 'ouns what '
\ but offers its incense wherever Judge, outjl comes, an
up : B. shuze and boots mended Verry well"Exports.A Two applications will cure in the worst case.
ociety. Through Chevalief Bunsen does I find but I had in the dis-
of heart and lofty virtue have fixed their 7 Timber cut in spring and exposed to the voted wrong i

Minister in London he has ? At the present moment, in this duv weather with the bark on decays much sooner' trict." .,., MtHr
table in the New York Courier ,
to "
t'ffl some ofthl'J'ricm 'enerJ.I "V ell Pat, what did th> ? :
: there are no less than eight Roman Cath you n
than if cut in the fall.
is shows that the exports of Breadstuffs from the '
y now cn his way to the clergymen on the bed of fever, contracted "Why,? said .Pat looking .astonished at so,
sme as a volunteer. He is a sort their'ministration. As men. as Irish. United States to Great Britain and lrelandfromthe simple a question, "I went immediately to my '

.jctte, and will be followed by and as Christians; we cannot but,accord to 1st of Sept. last to the early part of the A Hard HU. -The Boston Courier,in alludingto own district.an' corrected the mistake." .;
fnaan military men of high rank, stricken class of our sin present month, have been as follows: Flour, 2-, a late letter from Gen. Taylor, thus hits "the j
areclhus' countrymen, our 074,745 bbls. Corn Meal 655,989 bbls. Wheat Ashland farmer, .
: ; ; The Place $endesvonrt, The ;
aIllluua.fl"l'ctetl8'lUpathy. Appointed .
_u.__ ._ '_ _.__ 1.947,571 bushels; Corn, 13,624,929 bushels. "He undoubtedly covets a nomination from' Churchyard is the market-place where thou* i i tvt
To these be added the Courier, some both the political parties. Perhaps he
may says great
11t Bfislt Mediation.A Wll'biD_ Pillow's division arrived at Puebla on 567.379 bushels of Oats and Barley; and thenwe might strengthen his chance, if ho should unite things of this world are duely rated.;BaxterGeneral -1 'i

Jiast i rIrkCol1rierand 8th, all well. The American army would have the aggregate of barrels of.Flour and himself in communion with one popular church, t .' .

sinister, says:-4t is certain that on the city Mexico to a certainty, if Meal, 2,733,734; and of bushels of Grain, 16-, and be baptized according to the form of another Crops.-The general crops of Texas k !

is exerting himself to were not soon made. The postcript da- 139,879 at five bushels each, to 3,269,939 ." promise abundant. yield The Cotton e1 [ faY 'ts

Mace' the government of Mexico the 11th inst. says that place was the order bbls.; total reduced to barrels, 6300673. Thusit though late, could not,it is said, look i ,
proffered terms of peace, and day. The writer placed no faith in the vsrj;
will be that upwards.of six millions barrels received
apes of'men-Hewn seen The following, as the best epigram, --
tr. before the }) ; he considered that Santa Anna's sole of Flour and Corn Meal have already been theorize cup at.the Arch street Theatre, Philadelphia 'SCHEDULE. .': j C ?

hen although the he regards the pJ'f was to gain time, a principle of general sent, in a little three-fourths of a year, to on the 5th,inst: From 'and' after this date, the arrivals and. :. )
city shall
there be anohc'r battle been taken )' with the Mexicans, especially with the Great Britain and Ireland. "These barrels," On a.Mexican soldier shot in battle by an departures of the I2i wil be as follow t

ill be in which men. remarks the New York journal, "weigh 20Q.Ibs. American bootmaker : The Northern is will aie.on Sunday's, r 3
disgrac fully beaten, and correspondent writes that a large part of them that and W B 9 and close. ,
teller by each; and calculating at weight,they .His hid .is cut, hers got,his ball, ednestay's c! 3.
r.V'JL Scott-"becoming a voluntary command of Gen. Pierce left on the 15th.- would afford one pound a day, for nearly one- He's losfhis sole, hc s got his awl' on" a Friday's, at v4 o'clock, P. M. ,

general was expected to get off the evening third of a year,to twelve,millions people--or half 's got his last, hys'got his end> The Western and Southern.niail will arrive; rf4 io ron

bportMt -- lf th. Our letters saysnothing about the the population of Great Britain and Ireland.?'- He's got a hole he cannot mend.. Tuesdap's'and Friday's, at 7 o'clock, v. stjandplose s

Rumor from California. collected at the National Bridge to oppose Already, says the Courier, "we have received on S and, Wednesday's; at 4" wo'clock

t F a mmerce correspondent of the New advance. Gen. Pierce had been,ill but had flour, and wheat reducing it to flours near 274-, Retribution.-1hz London Spectator, alludingto P.a,, 4ats JOHN 31. PONS, P.M.Jacksonville. .: :. : E

Rites us follows', under date of the from his attack. 000 bbls. more than in any preceding year at the horrible atrocities connected with ;the July 2Qf 'I847.. -;**!* :

this time and of Indian corn an 'excess of ,. ., : ; I
; Ofie of Mexico-by the Spaniards says: -- -- "-- -- .
tJLhrrerlettci'in! the city Yera Cruz is less satisfactory conquest LIUENCE. s
Ia.l1th our news million bushels-and this will go ont" tt The crimes of the conquerors,* spread over 11iARINE. 'INT,4. ,
lat the startling we could wish. On the 13th, our corres .towards ,the .
the raised settled disgust '
srttleN Mormon< : regiment :nd writes that.two expresses had arrived Interesting to our Farmers.-Mr. Bennett,' of Europe Spanish, name, till a Spain became too contemptible PORT QF___* .JACKSONVILLE t "* AUGUST 6. \. ; ; .. r

i If Califorma American have risen Puebla. The news had not fully transpIr-- the New York Herald, writing from' London, to be hated: the possession of Mexico and "* :: IIi i

JtWV ken Rwrameot but the report had got into circulation thai July, says: Peru a false color to her power,that drew ARRIE t

bhshed e an Jf55 sesion of the Mexican Government had sent'three. com But before I close,'9. word u.f.t grain crops. her gave attacks she would ?otherwise. have escaped ., July 30.- chr, l r- Eldrjdge, ;/

'D,r ludeIJCJ1 aent; to San Martin Tesmelucan, about 9 Wherever I have.been they are,superb-yet it upon and events are now in, progress.in the Boston-- -v : ,
to meet Mr.Trist and hear will ; '31.-Schr..1 Y alter } ;:.CJoverdalej;
"There from.Puebla, is acknowledged that a large deficiency ex- New World that 'Beem likely';to"blot out the Mercanty
The may) be some foundation him the terms offered by President., t. ist;;be the crops ever so good.\ 'one half 9f Spanish name and supersede the Spanish blood York., .. / .{ If
1leueaa mons prior to the was but a rumor, in which we place but the potato has been planted'this year, and even countries attacked without the shaf i2-U.S.ail.' S er.SLattheW Ch K

le wu-1 Ud designed to : confidence. J 1 of that. ,it is .doubtful if'there..Do not another 'throughout dow'of an' :excuse, and subdued,. treachery, Savannah vvia Darns Brunswick,.and.' ,St.:t MJU : J
A...California and had taken I failure. .Lord John Russell1;' ancTinanv' others I ruelfand rime" ,t. ry's'' to ernandezBisbee, ; : :f- \ i i
the ; "
enterp1" i failure ot the < '& J'it. =.S.-U S.Maii. Steaniei' IvapbaeSa;: >r
commutation money received from im .believe.there will be another, po- .. i i S r
J oyccount' who arrived at New York from the 5th tato,arid they ought to. know. .Ass all events ,, I :q Convention varnish, via Darien, Brunswick' ,and;St.Mar.y., S. ;!
the Pope the ,' annual ,t, Vermjni Whig.:Convention-J B Fernandez &' ;Bisbee-. 1 f
Ub 30th of May amounts te $44333, in ad- Europe will now require permanent t ;
I 122d af 1 shes t he following letter to $8000 deceived from hospital money.. supply from the United States. This is certain passed*&seIies.C /resolutions;, ,among which .j ..CLE' \ a.. I I
; The lope has following : h ., i
in9i Appointed immigrant on arriving pays Si.to the for- were -v _Augusts ;CpyerdalejStJAugustine. !
t- : .
e into the 'That it is with nations as .withaindividualsvbetter '" .
: plan u to Portion of the. and half a dollar to the latter fund. .Length of Service. The..,following table shows Resoled; to dowronsnUhat .. I
Pe Tlthd ra* them from ] the amount pf sea-service! seen' by. some of.our suffe4wrong.tban = ,4.-..ychr.Mogul,Pierce 'New Yorki. -A: : i
IS < Com. Stewart 23 the } 4.Schr." West..;: : .: ; I r
on the a controversy in water in the Lakes is a foot lower principal naval officers; true"e Minerva-w: Key _:

I I -Of.o sublcrt of the Pope. cl"oun it was last upper and nearly,three feet low- years; Com. Conner; 15 years j;I Com,Perry, 20,. Republic,>is, Pe : + defence.. 3,:Steajner, ; Str-MatOiews* ,., .Chase*' .Safan, i it
year, ? '
n that means m.6e1f I
exceptas .
va Pius IX is the \ it was five 1 years; CapCNewton, 18 years.jCaptv Gregory, i be resorted to .z-, #v"f'af'trLn -. #
tires maintain that he is years. ago. r 18 years; ConvStocktoiiJ"'14;years;;Com.Shu; -. Buotiedx'Stitfy*regard slavery asthe: ,most ;,6ti-5teamef, v oejr" ;:J Savannali';'f' i

10 thepbct. have admitted War Stl'J.mets.-Two war steamers of brick 15 years; Capt:.Breese;16 years;; Come'r'Tatnal1,16 ;. dan;etouS element existing in.the nation,which d f. rTIO
; unwise to strengthen or extendnn j ; i f
Would be :
Won= om no. Such an horse (.achwere.launchcd at Constan years;; Com 'r.Sands years; it 'CA r -4A fj:
power our alternative as tojanyiemtoTytobe -
e. therefore that Mt
""- .
\ areherebycantioneda
-r'.iM ; \ LL'P
of last in't ,
on the 11th May e'pr sence ai. f
rB The,"Roman Advertisef/.ajweeklypaper/ 'is : acquired:fromy'Mexico be r A toa
'TV 10 Sultan and his court ; \ ; ; ,.trading with!uyLwife'AbigailWrig! < ,
4Vatttr.Dr. English it Rome the,Eterna] City.. TERRITORY on. NONti,. (0- oJ ; frompurchasing ,,
op.of Berkeley, the -' published -- *1.f . I, my_account. x r and farter, frpn\ ,
CloyD it is : of Angloon: iy'J -- : ; Lan '
of- the .ogress
well know, Convention.-.The for Another sign her tome. a } ; }
proposition an
the J:10h.1pothe;is in which he in the constitution of the State ;forever, lanptge'ncrgy.and:enterprise! n-WiU not the! G Liar.-Am pg theanecdotespfBaieA -!;E det ay.prperl'tt iwy ong"t debts;or tq' .j I
-etUtence of of the.Cwsars rise irom theirgrtifes fibr- :'b ttW:otheri::'{ An Arkansas, '
the Ro matter On free colored persons fromsettlingin ghosts ; 1 :.VistaTJne .'alloweher. ; Ben a prpetth.b1t _.
, al of soldlerFw6unded"aska dulnamantHh 't .
' 3 Society, rifled at the spreadinginfluence a free press, ; fap i : .
rase one State was rejected by a vote of 80'to 55.; ; me. -.. t. .', p, I
dark witb/the liberal'thoughts of this ff'the' eldTlle a ter does 80 by enabling J .
for accompanied. by a beaming'' f re4markable ; hun ; u1"IA .
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ran a :un8t ? ,. 4i, ,- >"*" \ .t6 ; 1;:his: hors i"r iding.himselr: be.a : .. t .A : ," : ., : !
aPst. and a beatri aV:performance,i the house.was ._, age. ? : hmf. .. ,. .' .".":, ; ,.
e'aeulmtnch 1-
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aPoh, pohsaid his that the'audIence had to laugh'per- -'yo'. ;: "* \ .; on Dn Iii' th:'.l-ridc .th 'poorArkansasian;( : Ni4. t-,," .,." "
' is,!;>dangerous' period /of the?year*for.. Ji-hi"'bad 5hbt' ff nkh 1m taablscoiit any ;" ,.hei'eb tF.iF oeA' 'IC.ONTH'. tt', :;;' : : .
I coldsrrpeppl6 should,b;:'c ulcs.'Pnrting ; to redat-the doctor'tgtiarters'the; Indf,. I y,8s ;.
; dud :
eachinatiori.' v .i ':? ;-* i ..Honora. ., .
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has affectioum uked lvhat v p.t Io :
rpinantic her anainan'was' he
got a : app1J ..
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'1" ', I '' : dressed.. Probate : tt cptia r,ifcjS'.: :' J. -. 1.
D'uble ,
bid h Ittn.UUtlpptaranu.TI .-A> Qwri ?V'Oc/A.-The,,Kingof.S:eeden, Rhoulder, #neurologyj-uiAer:; head, and,the, .-ic'frbraught this.man 14'.b eblSleg' ;. .' '# mthe'Exec io Jup;ontiieIMge q't :J' -:;: ;: .I ', .
in the fJtejpwd .TjBlu5 and tmt lie the dorrtor' "his heagLis; off: ? f o 0 ;. t
regiQn= h"ji'
11'lte ng Jn Newl Orleans ord ed'that the members: the Society embargo vt : wSwalke lafeTof dlc ty '- 'V :. -
o .f'I r li dlaokiag : >f.c.; ee : ,:;:; .
115y declaration.'thus "I. all from opening ;the !ndoifinyiejxight4tb 'e'HlT.excMo'e the aYi r ..in.ntL % ,:
toooO about three'weeks can give their ( ynV .:/ .u \ SSILS ? : .i1 <., .
ta }ongmg to .e\'ral of his I'and j solemnly assure jyhiclr48to ]"" thrgw a bottj' at,?; J.tt.o belligerent cats on hied; iJnr, ,t ie totd.ntt" -. e WI <. 2 18 :":"' ,l.::. .:. ;
s- .Tt1 i1'O '
appeared about the sates as if an'.oatli\nf4 been'dn rv.ijiade. : t ,I e4r. ,# 6: ,0 ,at'} ,. > ), J. t't4" 1 .9X1 1-y' H.'h g..'t"f'_ .a.11It-t', t".. -' h' "f'. ,'_1( ,1.,;",l.' .11: rAIk.. !.: t.:1iI.y'4a. "f: : '1 1f


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b .; rtuof.a. writ of lien :facias. Issued ]. :LLPei aais4"concemed 'or.interested, are p.t.\ I ';N S! O N'L '.. 4i : :HOLMES :'&cO.aeid: : : L ;
BY tfrom; Justice Court Hfflsborongh _tI.desired to take notice, that theundersignedin u -c : ...,,... ",. -- :. : t' !tb- 'l v ,itqckl'.oJ J Merchandfie"tpt ha"faaJfJ '.',

. IPI r CountY, 78tate."of" Floridaf leTied..upon,andirc compliance",with:.an act ofthe8tatepf building! 'formerly'occupied .the 'Dmted State;;; ,- .', ,
for Florida, entitled "An Actto Cedar StrcQt .
r' $_ : turned to me expose .pde.fohere known ,niibe'Goyernine'nt Budd1"'. 'Tbisy fiW .
Conrt.Houzee Rec ids of.tJ ( ,
establishment .County.of
4 before the in Tampa, on 'their the late arrlTalt from5
sale > : added to:: .itpck, ,by.- :
'; the first Monday in September 'next between Columbia. 'and. for jotaerjpurposes.7' tki';A pprove&Jaxi I JUIN- 'Jr New'York, a full'assortment; 'of Dry Goods,Groceries -. .

r ,. ,f01hounof8athefO1lOwiflgdeS0flh1proy 6th, 1847;' TJley'ave' day filed'in J9LATE'LEE & ) Hardware.. 'iProvi ion.- '&c.;-& which .
the { : .;:3DSPN, ; '
of vCSrcuit":Court for ? -- .t :
the rk's' the
l59thfccresi Cl Office P.ES 1)E1i
to wit: Thirty-nine and ;" ; the 8p sVESTORWAREROUSE tbey'a-ie'prepared to sell at reduced prices.They :. P'
ofN.R'ofSe 12, 'said County; a paper writing purporting i to::bea Occupy! : .,IJNLTEDI '-- ,
of land;N.W.J .'No!56 CEDAR'STREEThWU9Z2of are now prepared to purebase. Cottons_ .STATES., '
28 22 S.&:R Levied upon copy in substance'the"fist1 Will,andTesta- and other of the' ,the -, -. -. .
f Township Range deceased which'isi devot a.to the, exhibition and sale HhIes, produce 'country, at -- T T
of Stephen llinSwOrt1., to meutofHenry'Jonesj lat .of said county, and make cash advance .
m as the property of the Single Article ofBRINTED bighest'Marketrates; : on' INpursuanI : of theJUtof
T. tie of said last Will and Testamentbaring
8atist'Y811J1dry executions in favor James consignments'to: their friends, .in Savannah and I entitled "An '
d fire the first : to eslat Ll6.
I Maybee and others. I been troyed by on, day CAL.IC.Q.. ('harl i bf rN"YorIc.They'bae .' "" '
Sheriff November last. And that they Trill apply tothe : .St: Marks, in 'ElorioV
. ;2 I JOHN PARKER Their present,,$t&k ,consists ,of nearly a'new_ article of Wrought Irott ap m
next the
Circuit Court of said the of '
rnlls'boroughC.oantYY County1'at : Ploughs-to'.which they would : te.pecdully''call: 2dday March
1, ., Tampa July 9, 1847. 3t Term of said Court to tfe held in and for:th I One Thousand Packages the attention of.Plantt r.. '* K. POLIPresident :of\VS

County of Columbia, on the third Monday"in Embracing: me THOUSANDS of 'different Jacksonville oyt6.. tf States of America do '
Election Notice. December,next, to nave said Copy "Will;Testab- patterns and coloringsa: d'comprising everything hereby;'d -

EJ1 ; ,, will be held in Duval County listed in lieu'of said 'orIgInal so destroyed by desirable'in' the "line, .FOREIGN and and make .noWDt that:a, pubic"]

J -., ELECTIONS the fourth ((4th) day of October fire as aforesaid. DOMESTIC. .' OTflfjelm: CSfrotje,. .will 1 be held at the Land ,Office It!

4 .t, next'ensuing, (A. D. 1847,) for one Senator, (of WILLIAM TOWNSEND,'Executor, All of which.are offered for sale, for.cash. or. Watcliraalier, and Jeweller. ,' J lahasse n:the.State of florite-r t

the first class) for said County, for two Representatives -I ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. satisfactory credit,'at the"LOWEST PRICES, 3 No. 5 MAIN-STRSIT. disposal 1 of the.unfieraentx iJ?

L. : .. '
::4Jr j : of the State of Florida, for one Sheriff, one PIECE OR PACKAGE. I Jacksonville and its vici hJ,thot : 'c rn euciDi

: : Circuit Court Clerk, one Tax Assessor and Tax In Circuit Court, New Styles are. received almost every day, be has removed to the house immediately Monday the 4th day of October i ein.

? .- ; Collector, four County Commissioners, one EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.. and many of them.are got up for our own sales adjoining ,the one recently wit : i 2'

41[; County Surveyor and one Coroner for said COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: and not to be found'elsewhere.frjf .. a occupied, as the printing L>t s numbered two,'three four. '.

I ; County of Duval; Also, for four Justices of the December. Term 1847. Printed lists of prices, corrected from silica of the"Florida Statesman."and is now prepared eight! ten,t-Ieven! ,twrlve.fotfrteeflitifitJ'. -

Peace for each of the respective Justices Districts Isaac P. Hardee and Robert'Y day today, with every variation in the market, to execute,with promptttudeall orders connoted eighteen,. nineteen, twenty, l.eAt1"'wo.
: .: Said Elections to beheld H. Hardee merchants and partners Attachment: .
of said County. are placed in thehands of buyers.. with the above line. twenty.foortwentjna.wtycighr r

.. I at the places, and under the superintendence of trading under the nan Sum sworn to, Merchants will be able to form some idea of Mr.' Grothe'would also say that be nas determined thirty, thiny-one,thirfj..two! r.ir

.t t the gentlemen hereinafter named, and who are style and firm of L P. & R. H.Hardee .. $154 06 the extent and vadety of our assortment, whenwe confine his attention in future, enclmivey thirtytfive, thlrrl.' lhirttfjht. ti"ty :, ,

hereby appointed Inspectors said Election, Bond filed for state that'tlie value of .our usual stock of | to work in these branches He renders his forty.two, forivihwfmyfottrgtyeighf fonJ"
I to wit: Vs. $308 12 this ONE ARTICLE is at least twice the value of thanks. to the many friends w ho have given him 'fifty, fifty-one, ";". ;: 6fti- "

e M Jacksonville Precinct.Justices DistrictNo. Nickabud llaulerson. the entire stock of,dry goods usually kept by their patronage, and trusts that his exertions hereafter five,fifty-six, fifty-eight, .11IJ..t'u..al I

t'I ? j.. .-. Inspectors.-Farquhar Bethune,Robert Defendant and all others interested our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together ,will be sftch n" to merit it. ty-four, ..lxt-IJt, sixty-seven, 'IS-Jb ; '
% I Oliver Wood. TIlE of and in his business he feel, four, seventv-fiw, i
I P Bigelow. notified of the commencement with the fact, that our means our From long practise sever.ty.sjzjsepnjyqJ .

/.4' ,' C At Slack Creek or Gfjre ', Ferry PredrM. the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable attention, instead of being divided among vast : himself competent to give satisfaction. and his pnty-nine, eighty,eighty-six!eighty ", ",.ftc"

; Justices Distriet No.-. Inspectors.-Elijah to the December Term of said Court, to wit: variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, charges will be moderate and as reasonable as eight ninety, ninety-one, ninety-two. ?. ,

.! : George Branning, Solomon Morgan. the third,Monday in De ember next and are will render the advantages which we caflt>ffer those of the NorthN. nitu-tj-eight, ninety-nine, one hundred,.,..

t4' r At mandarin Precinct.-Justices District No. required to appear and plead to the declaration to dealers perfectly obvious j and it shall be B. Clocks and Watches repaired in the best dred and two, one tiumitedand< three,AM
r ;, -Calvin Reed, EbenezerEvcð and the shortest notice. and four, one hundred and fiX,
t Inspectors. therein filed according to law. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall manner, at one bvndrtli
Charles'Byrne. W. M. WES, Plaintiffs xUtorney. meet.with any disappointment. Jacksonville, Dec. 26. 1845. seven,,one hundred and eight,onehtwdreitujl

.' i I At & John's Peach Precinct.- Justices District Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4m Our assortment is complete at all seasons of one hundred and eleven, one hundred'ndbi

'I I No. _. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs, the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. NOTICEDiftMlntion one hundred and fourteen one bondn d'|||ft,

. : ; Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. Tax Collector's Sale. S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of of (opartner liip. teen, one hundred and sixteen, one IJu 4rt4

4p4 pt4.- i At Cedar Creek, at the School-House now occupied Y virtue authority vested in me by law, I Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original H F AR'fNERSHIP heretofore existing eighteen, one hundred and nineteen, one DUVL-
De Cottes.-Justices District No.-. B' have levied the following lands, vh : T and l wenry.,)n hundred and twrnry two '_
by upon firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con under the firm of \V M. SWAIM & SON, dred and &
L f I. Inspectors. William Braddock,James L.Christopher 48,000 (forty eight thousand acres .returned to nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed was dissolved on the 21st of July last by the four, one hundred twenty-three and 'one hundred tad hi,j

( Ir and David Turner. mo by th<* Assessor, ns that part of the Arrednndo business in connection with Messrs. Lee & .. decease of the said Wm. Swaim and the businessis twenty-.ix.lOjethegiij
,4. William the of the
: Thomasville Precinct, at the house of of Marion. portions fuIlowiogimitje.ed toiiiOft
r.14 3z At Grant lying in the county Judson, and assures his friends that the new now, and will be in future conducted by the *
Inspectors. > donation
byth. 0
jt ThoJl1.3S.-Justices District No. Also. 320 (three hundred and twenty) acres concern shall have the same pre-eminence in Sub:1"ribl."r"wh9 had the sole charge oflhe tea ere...nade" i&
'e Abram Bessent William Thomas, in the name of l'atrick Tallahassee Company viz; 'L .
returned by the Assessor this branch of trade, which formerly distin manufacturing of the Panacea and Vermifuge for bored l >i'
.r forty-seveii. fifly-n? ,
.James Odum. R. Hacket. guished other two houses to whieh he be the last fourteen n- sixty 'leYfIIt
# &4 Hill Precinct.- Justices District No. hundred and ninety) acres, years. sevenly-l! u o,seventy-three eighty.wo;
. At Clay Also, 790 (seven longed. June 25, 1847. ly The Panacea will be pat up as usual in round and egIJ4.
Edward B.Brannam Henry CAI. Rnwl tux due fur i.inety-four. -
_. Inspectors.- [tax fur 1845 paid by ]
bottles fluted with the
. i: Bennett John Moore. A. D. 184b' returned in the name of Kmgaley B.Gibb longitudinally Tbe offering,'of the nbovpnienrioned 101.ill'
( NEW STORE letters hluwaonthe J:1'auSwaim' Panacea
p Polls to bo opened at 9, A. M- of said day, or #; locality unknown, no numbers returned by Philada. and the made is the commenced on the day nppbtlitrd; ; and rrClO.
only change name the name order which nretidvmuall
ns soon thereafter as practicable, and to close Tax As'e.snr. UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- of JAS. SWAIM stumped on the sealing wax. ihey tti
' o'clock P.M. I shall ofler for sale,within legal hours, before THE under the If convenient dispatch until ihewhukilaJ)a.
a .five ((5)) rlhip style (
ffl and writteji 'on the label the cork, and
covering anew been nflereri '
and the
; of June A.D the first Monday ibu closed
Witness hand, this 29th day the Court Hou e door in Ocala. on fa ft
my .label for the side of he bottle ofgeometric
,I ,
i 1817. ,) F. CRABTREE, the 6th day of September next, all wf tin a- WRIGHT & ,POINSETT, lathe nine different sale shall not be kept open longer tbtainH\L
o.f DuyaL much thereof will work comprising and no private emry to ujiy lut ,**iUfcfcliiib
Judge of Probate County hove described landu, or us as ;
Uaver..nterl the store ntlyeccupiC'd by Mr. B. die, which have brent a rued for the exclusive use until nfir the exniiHtiuni.f the .
of dun the |W0f
July 9th, 1847. be sufficient to satisfy the amount tax P. CUTTER nnd would now solicit that portion of the proprietor by Draper & C..., bank noteengravera GIVEM: under hacul. tK.
State of Florida for 1843 to .Mherw5ththe amount my itl tbf.-Jjty VftAim
In Chancery. due the State and county of Marion, for the yearA. of public patronigp who desire to purchase of Philadelphia. Four die oC diffVientpatterns ton, thi 1W4ilt-firsI day*>('May, AnM U IIII ip 4ibiiiiHnnd '
SOUTHERN CIRCUIT.OF FLORIDA, FOR form die body of the work. and'in the hundn-rl
CIRCUIT COURT- D. 1846, and all legal costs that may accrue GOODS CHEAP CASH. eigtii and iorJ..evee-
1 : IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF I BOROUGH. thereon. f:. D. HOWSE. Sh'ffundEx Tyhey are now receiving and will keep constantly centre is a purtraitofthe late Wm. Swaim sj a- B/ the Piesideni :
rated from the borders by two circles of lathe
John W. Robarts, } officio Tax Collector for Marion Co. on hand, a geneial assortment of *' JAMES K.lOLE.
I VSo.Bill. for Divorce. March 1847. 6m work. The worris "Swaim's Panacea are en RICHARD M. YOUNG.Commiissmer .

1' : Permelia S.IL'Robarts ) 5th. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, graved conspicuously on two tinned strips nnd a of the Genenl. f.vnd.Office.

TT' appearing the Court from the Bill filed NO'J.'ICE.ALL Shoes, Hats, &c., Iargetiemi-cirr.uiardie forms the upper margin.Tin .- ',
JL in this cause, that Permelia S. H. Robarts, Persons directly or indirectly interested. Which they, pledge themselves tn sell AT THE ? borders are composed of plain l"lhemk NOTICE.In ..

: ; the Defendant in this case, resides out of this hereby notified by the undersigned, that LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, 014 ,an inducement strips, outfide of law cannot be served in conformity with an Act ,of the Legislature of for call and examine. the entry of the copy-wrigbt. pursuance r".fIlK..f the Art fC*
1 :i 4 : State,her so according process to law. Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for there-es Having come 10 the determination lu keep NO JAMES"'S\V A 1\1. STf>f, Apin| > >>il 2i|. Mufh..1833, riuupJj'|
Act ,
> |
.upon t a town f."Marlir"ji
the said of the Records of the County of Co.lumhi.i Philadelphia, August, 1S46ISWAIM'S : Hi firplir
I & ORDERED ThaA BOOKS nnd their Good ;
buy principallyfor
IT is THEREFORE nod ]{IT.IVIT tit the Land (Jffire"it 1iJtaL.!
% Defendant be and appear before the Circuit nnd for other purposes, approved January the Cash, they will h. enabled to nell them II, will |h. '
>>ee r*>fuired. prior 1ft I be:dal_",: .
held at 61b 1847 will file in
to be they CHEAP CHEAPER
county or iharuheycHn b..ptrchll-
i Coof Hillsborough mf irnprnhlnirut vi4
: October A. D. the District Court for said County, a paper writing del cwhf"rt'. EDWARD"WRIGHT: THR CORK. i>r Scrofula. Geneial -bUity, any
the second Monday i'( liavr ''
I' Tampa, on may been 11I8('" ,tit tin* Jf'II.II..d i
h I lx of deed of gift from White Swelling Rheumatism Diseases of' the
s and defend said suit or the same will be purporting to a copy n EGBERT POINSE1T. this .
.: 'IL 1847, p.r >rliiinntu! >i>. r pevlivIy.. .a.hb fill"to. .
Henry Jonesdeceasedto his daughter. Caroline N. B. Hi.J.nn Liver and Skin. and nil Di pa"8rilin from

)1'. ;i taken And as that confessed. of this order be published Mttttairr, the original deed having been destroyed ; ,.exchange Gooil.jth r country produce. takenn Impurities. ; the Blood, or the effects of Mercury. such hi puMic naleofany l 1""POh wIEkthefl'
a copy impr.'veinents, other ihaniei| .walt t'Iemp
; of this State for the by fire, on the first clay of November, 1846. The 19ih. 1847. ly
the shall ..
in of newspapers addition
U.; I one introduction of snid made for the purpose of SWAIM'S PANACEA has bei-nf more than to the *urr to be paid tetlL
law. copy
3t(14( .'. of three months,.according to perpetuating the olijtct* and' purposes of the origmaldeed. BAPTIST TELEGRAPH twenty-five years celebrated; in.bit country aUld inEt1r"I'f' State, J'p. and hereby i..requirrdo'payts:

4 'II. G O. W. MACRAE Florida., HENRY MATTAIRK, for ilK extraordinary cure--'f ir the certificates owner .f the iml.ru .DWr'r.,. I. vJue .(.

: Judge Southern Circuit CAROLINE MATTAIUE.By AND (which) reference made ti> the diteciiim us ili.i* "5rf naiiu-d ; ai d .ifi'nymennhnll E zhriwGit

: j 4 \ A true copy : JAUES S. JOKES, Ageftt.Alligator. FLORIDA EMIGRANT., uiid books (which may be had grad) ftC 'Ul"y- nut)be marl.*?iji't, the da%on..which the ii
3jg IL A. WARE, Clerk, 3m the Panacea. '" *' wits |Mirrha;Kl. thi* lut chill he.!.iin '.otrt'fri1l
t Fla., June 4th 1847. Ing .
't' By J, W. ROBARTS, D. C. THE Subscriber proposes to publish in the It has been used in hospital ami priva4 practice- public sale on llIt'.fK'Xt elRY .'f s l..'ati4x eurhe
r' July 9th, 1847. 3m Administrator's Notice. Jacksonville, Eo-t'Florida, n month and has had I the singular (i.rliine flf being;rw um." *'ii shall nnt ImcHp bI<*nl lc Mr.i 'gthe punsnt

I Circuit Court. SIX MONTHS after date, I shall make appli ly newspaper, of the aboVe title. It shull be neu- mended by the' mofi ceMirated phygirianaridother of t!Ui,or of any other lot offered at that p.JJic"k

j : EASTERN In CIRCUIT FLORIDA to the Honorable Judge of Probatefor tral in politics; bnll rontiiingeneral intelligence ; eminent persons. Amoi, others by Provided. 'I hut if any tot uu i.tt'J .D
I I :: COLUMBIA.COUNTY TO WIT the County of Alacb.ua,for a final settlementof and in Religion, shall be fniiik and explicit. W. Gibson, M. D., Professur Surgery, Pa. lay fir the ptiMie. u le. ,li, I'ak".I thi
and vouchers Administratorof Thp will advocate thefnithnnd iid |lu the i
December Term 1847. my accounts as paper pnutir.eof University. p r. unmt- mar be enteted at j ritatci

k H. Cole James B. the estate of Joshua Miller,late of said county the Baptist denomination in the United States,; : ,, Valentine Mott, M. D., Pro>fessor <>f Surgery, upon paying to be Vnil d.SJ"I4't_. the sinai
: Archibald Cole, and shall be (particularly devoted to the interests. ;'N. Y. Univpr&ni' which it .UtA bi.l'otE and to th< owner{bfproveraentu .
Cole,and George W. ,partners deceased.JOSHUA SEKINGER Adm'r. ofth, Southern and South Western'SlHte The the cerui'l"* k
: previously *
&! &c_ using the name and Attathment: ; W. P. Dewees, M. D., Professor. of Midwifery,'
Sum to July 23, 1847. 6m secular and Religion improvement of the peopleof Pa. University. the t'uL" ,
Brothers sworn
;; style.of Cole & $171 50 NOTICE.rALL Florida. it hall consider R3 its paramount obli Chapman, M. D., Professor Physic, PH.University. By irm Act of Cong es aforeMid, the.m v llII'
-: vs. galion. T Toreprovp, p. tn promote-virrll",'ro elevate price of eiirb town lot i i. fixed at twfnty-fi1 a ;

4 t. .t Hezekiah A' Nash, and Mer- Bond 00 filed for persons having demands against the Ks- the mind to the worship.of the true Goo, nnd T. Parkf".M. D.'PresidentCollege' Physicians, lar, and of each out lot, at twenty-five UJa"f* .
Barnes partners&C,constituting $343 of Peter DalzieL Jute of Columbia
rick the woolly condition of mankind
to improve will acre, f
: <
: Philadelphia
the firm of H.A. Nash County, decfusedill present the same within ,be its leading featured.TKRMSFOROSK Dr. Del V"II.Jrofp880r Medicine Hava..( RICHARD M YOUNG, .
Co. six months to the subscriber, or they will be barred .
& and all others interested YEAR-Fortwph'copipli. $I; JOSH Lnurencu da Luz, Professor Surgery, 'C mmi .inner.(IF the Genen IL'wil
: IIIHE Defendants forever. nix copies $5;; one copy $1. Advance payment, Li4'n. S ,.:
JL are hereby notified of the commencement THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, will he expected in nil CHSC. DOGGETTS"dS .

r ;, '" of the above entitled suit by Attachment, returnable Administrator Ex officio. f C1P All letters addressed to the Editor, must. London.J. Chipman Member Royal College Surgeons, S. W.

to the December Term of said Court, Alligator Fah. 19th. 1847. 6mNOTICE' be : "ilj
post pawl. EMIf 1'
G. W. Irving, late Minister to Spain.Sir !
i in December next- -
wit-the N. B. The first number will be
;a the
and to the Thomas Pearson, Major General British course of instruction insuiJ'
.md required to appear plead 1 first in June
are next.
persons buying demands against the ex- Tuesday THE
law. ALL Army. I. founded the priacipt.J'.luciiun
declaration therein filed according to of John C. Clyde, late of Columbia JAMES MCDONALD. Editor. is upon
Gilbert Robertson British Consul &C.&C.
JOHN P. SANDERSON, auulannt.igy.I Studei# ishi' ire. ,,
will Jacksonville. Fin.. 30th. 1847.FORWARD&ALDR'ICH.
deceased the within April -
County same
j 'q Plaintiffs' Attorney. present And also, the wonderful cures effected bywaim' red to enter college, may.here, parsuf!bf f '
1i six months the subscriber will be .
to or they barred .
Panacea have for *
Florida June 25, 1847. 4m man) enrs made it an site studies ; while those, who are not At>ft
itw Alligator forever. ,
invaluable. remedy. The Panacea does not contain for a.proCwsionr can select such braneliM** *f
NOTICE. }mercury in any form, and being an innocent' best suit their objects in life.
rUtll Administrator Kx: officio. KF":: Wilt practice in the several Courts'of Law = '
WEEKS after date the undersigned will preparation,it may be given to the most tender i in- ThA regulations vi the institution tn tatatii I
Alligator. Feb 19thJ1847. 6m nnd ; in the Eastern Circuit of "
J.w( 3' SIX to the Honorable.the Judge of Pro. Equity Florida. fant. i with lh* single design proroofjnjkthe intWW*
Wai. A.
; iate of the County of Hills borough, for Letters In Circuit Court .Augustine.Loins'ALDRlCH :Negroes who are confined in large numbers- on al arid moral advancement memwnv. .

.of Administration on 'the 'Estate of John M. EASTKRN CIRCUIT 0; FLORIDA. Newnansville.. .'in hot climates,are peculiarly liable to The disciplineis intended, to be strictly pw"tA',

Stafford deceased, late of New Orleans, and 'County of Dnval:, lit Chancery.John WM; F. CRABTREE, : such forms of disease. arising from a vitiated state The Preceptor de iref to cultivate! withbJ'J Jpils.

State of Louisiana, C. Pilot &Chat lea H. Pelat ) 'r. of the blood and a want cleanliness and variety habit of kind, amfamiliar hrcOureP4ui

her Administrators'of all und singular ATTORNEY, AND COUNSELLOR LA\ of food. These disease HO frequently. regular influence them htUier I byan'appeal 'o tlie 1'dprinciples |

SUSANNA H STAFFORD, theLWds and ChatteU.Rights and i n JacfaonmlQJFla.WILL practice 6L defiance and render'tbeir miserable fthe'heart. than bXgacefu1nishmet. were.imM, ? ;
'. mark Credit of'James P. Pelot de- B'1I1i rn- attend to any business entrusted to hill hands.in victims both useless and expensive intheir masters, '., .
[ ', JOSHUA STAFFORD. ceued. rats J'm- any of tl.Courts: in the Eastern Circuit of that planters would study their! 'own' interests BS An .accorare. ecuont_ or.! delini1uenc's. 11

:.": June 25 847. 6w VIt. button .if' a"- Florida. well as",that, of humanity, keeping always a' 'rv. ,choarand! alJO f or ibe d'r" O'aUIlPft_ ,
Tampa flf. *.ti. im'. Panacea which be .' .\.. .... ,n eo llfl '
Herman Hooker Charles Bying- f JJ' FELIX LIVINGSTON supplyof appear to l. kf'nr. Bn'j 0 r "-h. --":- A ;
1't; NOTICE. ton,nn Hooker & Byington : mac &c.. &c. .. : :, I the only. thing which can be relied un in: 'uch ; with" tberrgularte'rm b..It'isirsasmitted. ,tI oit1. _> '

mHE, Co-Partnership heretofore existing unX N Risdon4 William M. Riidon, for an ; J ,,;- ATTORNEY, : AT LAW, "I cases, I parent or guardian,who may ilesirarit,. .

8 der'the firm of COLE, RICHARDS & CO Charles F. Leeds .& James B. Injunction.Baggi.as "v Jacksonville, Fl ;: "I :7"Tfifl: retail price has'beenredoced; One Dollar TKRMS t ORTS SsioM OF TWttVt:'i',

1 ill hereby dissolved by mutual consent. All Risdon, Leeds & Baggu., J win practice in all! \hei'Court .of 't ha'Eastern I l nod Fifty Cents per bottle, (containing ibteehalf Higher Branches., f *. ,- ;

.it) personi haying"claims against said firm will fit. Ill. creditor, &..& i' Circuit, ,Marrh: J9. ,f 6m. pints,)or three bottle for Four'Dollar*. mmon Blanches, ',tot'C .

please present them for settlement to A. lL IT huvjngbeen ,made to;nppear to the; satinfac? r : ALSO. S\V AIM'S VERMIFUGE. Ltin'and' : Greek.'.Cla-, ics,: itra. .

Cole or E. H. Richards,,and all those indebted tion of the Court by affidavit, that, several, of T .AIJGUSTTJS." ..,,'C.. GILLETT" ', A valuable Family Medicine, being a highly approved 'Lessons in, F.ench, given It the rtqutl!' '

1ri4 to said firm,will please make payment without the Defendants named in the Billof Complaint fi ATTORNEY/: .AjND,.,COUNSELLOR,_ fV'7 remedy for all diseases arising from Debility 'Inti.Ani. t:,. '

delay'to either of the aforesaid parties. led.in tba above entitled--cause reside out of the And Commissioner: of PtC-cliof.the.Siate{ of Connecticut "' of the Digestive Organs, such Worm.Choi- p 'P11 withdrawn from the School fcjjjj J

3 :. A.' H. COLE, Stale of Florida und beyond the juri.diction 1 of ,within' ,and for,the State! or Fk'r!di"t .: em Morbn, ; Dysentery,Fever and'Agile,Bleeding end of ,the session,. iexcept for reasons,

'EH.' RICHARDS, this Ceurt, Therefore, on motion ,of! Gregory JAc6ir.FLA.. __, ,Piles'Sick.Heacuche.u&e.'&'.. See the'p' mph-\ Principal r approves* '. will .be requireduhex'piml tip1. ,--

$ I ; J. B. COLE, Yale, Eq., Solicitor for said Complainants., .4 let,(which mat be had gratis)accompanying the pan oh"t..Alun! .

By his Att'y A. H. COLE. IT is'ORDBKKD, .That the said Herman Hooker 'CHARLES. H." 'PELOT. Vermifuge : :No deduction.will be made.in t',cb'r&ti!!,

t;' Cedar Keys, Fte, June 25, '1847. ,1m and Charles Bytngton, a. Honker., &)Jiyington; (ATTORNEY .AND 'COUNSELLOR. At/lL., : Prepared nt':Swnjm's Laboratory, SeventI'Street ilIpi for occasional absence In Ii

IsancN.''Riudon, William M.r-Risduty,Charlee'F. WIlL' practice, th.. several'.Court ti"'dfthe below Chesimt, Philadelphia and) for.*It iraciedsck iss. requiring tb pupil t

t: j : NOTICE.WE Leeds:nnd$ James B.. Baggs, s'i. .donLeeds,& Eastern Circuit bf.FIoridu:;'.businWs" eiilfusttd' to by all' 'rekuectable' Dru,:i"tf" in'tbe United' States.--, drawn'from ihe School,-proper: .deducnoa Wmade.

: hereby authorize THOMAS W. PARSONS Baggs r H;'G. 0., BnlwockrJames.:B.i Morgan;, ,bis ar'e. will,meet'with proinptatteAtion.r: r;' ;AGENTS. % : .* -" .
'+ : ,,to settle :and adjust such debts ,.Her.ry Bacon;';John'Mallery ;'"Chester: Bi'bee';&; J"ckollvUtE.1t. ,.;'J ,m",:t;'1847.. '. ." 1 NtwYork-H: H Scbieflelin' & Co. Patronage,* solie-itrd from Do"e. wan :

and claims as may.be due,the late'.firm of Cole, 'Jacob .Gutters, as C. Bubee &, Cc'.;;/Amo-P IL6)donj ":.-Evahi &::1JIscklPr.LiverpooL'EnEvansSon *> .unqualified confidence tbe abilit7SZUrity

L Richards & Co,'and, ;pasa..receipts for same insettlement "Sbninsay'an4; l,o.lher.be'required ,to,appear,and. : :* $ ::1VOV1C_ -,.- :&.Co. of l he Principal. :'. _.J.t.ii.. ;

: th reof' *' 'unswer'suid Bill of>,Complaint within four months., .SIXMOMTHsattedte: ; I. shall 'preMent>: y .Havanar-liG,Mt i.'A.; ':The schftol is'now in !. ouritltn

::1 ; LH.CoIE; c', "or/the! .'me.will be':'taken as confessed gaiusi, '. Executor: of John'Brnwhyia'te Valparaiso-Alex.Cross. ,. S '-: Th..!wHlding isalargn.I rommndiOU$4. *
n A .
: : .' : E. H. BICHARDS., thelJ. -','' "v .," of:Najsau' /county,:deceased, iotheHoriorftbl ,: BuenosAyres;J ,Hiyei&C6.. .;.. ','-r. '. structure,"recently' ,erected". by flondalofLO.O.F. ; ,

1- ,, ,. 4 ,** : ? 'J..B..CQLV" f Itia JURTHXR OEDRRED, That'a copy of' h} I*',tW'JudgeI fjProbate 'o,aid cfiunty, :rSt. Tboraasr- A H Ruse. ; ."' brirJ\OI,
: for nlinnl settlement nr,aid ,'it'ate.ad shall at :;Cnfuri-J, r(1 ..-' ,; is one'nfwefl|t Itnimti
W. ,- '/ < 3jh&Att'y-a HiCoiKuK Order,duly certified kytheCIerkittW.,Court, bR; ? S, '. Tfie location,
th? same time i: apply; for Lejtera:of '6rsm.i. i!< n ** :Sandwicblslands-E l ;'1'13enson r '. DPftnl. J"
'< 3oltrmbus Fix.June:25,,1847.. .Iml' published i in some Newspaper'jrmntiILtbIn the .f' '. is ea&y' )f access may e1iJ
., 'f '- **"* r 0--, -.- *-.' --* f. :Eofitern Circuit of,Florida, once a week,'conseciilitely -;; .such Executor r. which'all; person i interested>in' ( ',Calci t5ar-.HufrpBgfe.&"Cd,,:, ,',":--" ion.bt ,rare* respectable families rntb'fl :: Jl
-''. ;. ' said estale{nre desired to Jake:notice., :' :: ..A'T.f1847. ; .0\3" JacksonviIIe.F. March21lhjl.4
NOTICE montKii. 't ; .
'" !is i for four,. ;: "' f". '* ._ !_
interested 'hereby iot ltbai .ti : : OUGAS'Jd >. }JOHN: A.:CA VEDO.>,.Executor, ; :" : ,, .
'. ".,LL persons are _, _. ,. :1:" Tij9. : '; *' : -- ,_. S '
., Months.afie'r|!K!'c1ii hereof, the,underU -: 2f;j.:pSCARIART; Clerk ?f Iwid'pourt,' ;doherebyariiytLialiou.tb ; Ma h12thf'18'47. '. :VljBnt ''., :: jAi:1mIBlsti orNoae,'. NOTICE. I "

I I i \A,|ininisirarrii ?.Hn.
,, : ftto i ;.will iiiiex>a ofJeie tarl lef'4e ite4iI1!!! Orderduly! ; mad'> ,,atiti, entered' ;of'/ ,'-!record;;- ;In r'V"1,1 the>- -a-..'. | };p !!Ijil: rt!,r;> f.1... : ilrp; iinit--my:' .SIX'MqN t and >vdiicl li!,/as administrator. ,of!' ',A.; herdensec1r'rrqueflVtL: ti(t

apply, iu>he Honi Jiidj*:of Probate; forAliichtia. ; hove entiIIcais .u_. the \seventeenth: : =\dsfr' araccoljnt'and, .VoVichers'to the ,-Jndgp1? the eIae'oI'Juh'n'Moore 'JaLe'of'7: Duyal county). fir .rd' Bmlrriak tt !immediate jiijmeni.:4:

t -* Cfflinty; r ft.\: final"settlement l iif,their accounts Is' ,pribADr'l8i7; '; s' ',., c**X. -'AJ,;' ,. -' 'i .of Pfobate for'ttif.! c6u'n7y fpr"hik ;'an'$l pray for 4 ..decenseH to :he*t-In'rJudge of,Prohi e'for.said 'having demands' will render them tat sc'3 HE' Jaw
Hand.liscbirgtffromthd: ::further.Adtntnlstra. ;"r" ?,> iM< : ,*wfT 1 ESS"ivHERE.: F'{ :I I a diirhBrge'as'Administrator, d bi"ni i*.)nnht". uuyrr a final,'eiile m.ni'otiak1 i : state. lad ( ,ELIZABETH t\v. ." '

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