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 20, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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: -JdOffS ror'rf "Ah, is that you, Charley said the sleepy. yearsagotrho bihiS"ret nih:7ii1most'as' T_.. 1 ,'p"pomtm. Jit".ft. ''u.ur. we "d,'crossed. a courtj '4a4:-, .
*/ if e dollars will be charged for all announceJZ .lieutenant-Wilyopening hiseye&t s' m'th' ; rS bf: .' ' :1 el'm theijtted' ,wopaxtai.The,'todtinqur-i. : .,the.

, candidates for ofhce.tql1are cXjsth: Jin," ,said the lisper, ftwant.to try bis professional career he had numbered clients, JnQuWtttpfarib&?O.Ofthkeeei! 1. ,major cowling,the mecesKty of ft- r 1n *
for Six Month. : : 110 00 ; 'J1o.wns.vutm to".; this' and was '
thee how place answered ttat hing d-
B an experiment, thith morning and His greatest.pleasure 8tt;as Ql. lil.4 numerous 'eetYi ,
Debtors and Creditors 10 00 Pa"'" answ ancver6l'Sir
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-to 5 00 *d- d'cool'you can'be P S ig.vhi h'1 'walked friends aroondjaifl table andtreat tiem' Jwarft jrJig'anwarcd- Ma: .'" there'In confonnityihe th k iisag st
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:1'AH religious notices'will be inserted gratuiadtnlssable deliberately up to the fire burning upon the leI ai lj'beuig"at 'once generpus' anela M .the.ttenlant.,' humored Mm aul,., preyiou*:commanderajot&eph; ,Ja jd-
;: hearth, and plcedinits hottest centre a ponder liVer. &/indeedfyasflte of.playmg the '"-< ". anawered.all' waya.founda; sentinel ,at thitjpost, and Had '

.''IT AU personal communications wil .canister, and instantly retreated. ,*_ Wn *\ part of host that iie'C conceiml\ :idcofkeep. ':4"QJ.,'f ad"&S. *--'r.He'.andh.Il ey.l.': qgeon;::.3 Geneiirived kept i&e tnere., ,The' Veasonwis? t'TeceiTedas

: "r".r d. advenisrments.jjr There was.bulome'moilerbf egress frrnthe' .ing up bis dinners, after Ms.death,; and\by,Ms, inatne had'iiottbjidjte1. .oom .keepemansc butthit'he" hiPi' atlsikct6rytiand ai investigation Vis Warder 4'
. All bills for :Job Printing must be paid on theJelireIy 'quarters' d thatTrasTipori'th'e parade groundthe'rear will instItuted yet >" ouid1ie .ed f old. --records rat Searched, lde&ofp.per4ay "
aA annu4binqu.for4yent :
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AH communlcat'/ons most be : JViUli; dm&i1'th" 1his
, 57: attack. .The occupant took one glanceatithe: I which heused the nmi OO fr '1 w a discovered that thi4veibf ie
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GJl.LtTT & H&UARD. pottage puid. fire,, saw the canister and comprehended.his' 'I 1yto.be appropriated T. 21J:1, 'fJ : 't., "7'O, "lla." '.<",'SIU'>' (1 arrIves"h' >'" .-"--.JEW*tV..- .V #.' ..it ",.it..whi c hit !that tifce had a f Tuis

' situation 'in a'm, l'it'h ''dashed at the'tlbor,' I :As for the details th*eyjwew/unaltetabyvfix?;' : nat that i at alL- eet'U'JOW'.; JU! ', CvvUvi.'fet,' '" i'kna',. .painted., 1-lJ}" ::;
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; OS BUENA VISTA'S BLOODY FIELD.BY but his friend had it'fast on the outside. & : } .I"edti ttSthe*most delieatC.: and. the:chi St! Thiwlkforziilie. -' '*; topaint.: id- anyjieionfrontooh.. t

COL;'OTJTKY TKTEIKEN.Oa "Charley, let me out if;you.lovemel3' shout-; i wines were"to be D nd hiifs rtcdiIid,1na; said hisl rdslit'hll. I amwa-" __ S 8bu hat U, ,.

field. .ed the oecupantofthe quarters. ... : style every y befitting a4inn et IQQ.franes. : ';L.\ ,e"''cannot- let.ybif 'ihere'fj Frenca 'riiif "th tfn"thi rfiTve

Buena"Vista's bloody "Thjrit on,:the canister, JiniF shouted lie Jn' .ihead. Thejnemory offctheVdeceasd>was to'be ifhe keepezt 'r.,..t-go" "'- ;" ;thbusatidTnen'iid taken their

A soldier, dying, lay/'mountain home return.- ., j 1', T ,, .? ,.,srv"fr,." i duly toasted -anddpp much.of:heir jnvej-: : What '1. !- x. .b: Ing' ',.atch'bvcr.the'fresh-' ,paioUIC- '. S
jjk thoughts were of his j :.Not- a"nioi t1Kasli&w'tb"[ ; be Iostr4-he first I: apprOpriaieU lo tiie'.plikhimdus'Amphyitrion : the Lorid Chancellor e .T7 *. ou .. __ r"r'." '. ,, t : ?'H .''
thousand miles 'J '
Some<* his comrade to-bis away side; -j snatched: up a. blanket. cover his egrW but as the claims both of polite sS1ind friend 1 'Sir," 'said the k e>r1iweliri 'Jfr.rw ; 1 sellerwaS, ;Offering a Yankee elbet,
flece .
now, dropping it, he raised the windowj and ship might dictate. : "*. Lord Chancellors Yarui&umiud: vith alook
much had he to here already?': ;: ,l PFwi lorody.and *
JOT say out he bounced: z/w.culottes, sans everything, .His in the office,' of. notary.were He in s, !glass in front'to certainly -(not'
briefest time to those who wereSome successors t v .got: a great fury and they vrere gin lug a lady, ,r I
In but a short undergarment; and thus with its faithful execution and the ;> *it*
thousand miles away. very appropriation .ning to think.of the strait-waistcoat for him markaWef'atpersonStbeauty.
with hair almost on an end, he dashed .upon a waS to continue in full for as longas whenfprtutoatelyy the Surgeon ner.1l 'arri \VhYt-It beantir ,"'said -vender.-f: V'Beautiful J

My Father, comrade you will tell,;. full parade ground. The shout which hailed any one of the guests"survived"Whose names ved. *. '. -- -- ,indeed&a look at it almost frightens ,. t.

About this bloody fray- him brought out the whole barracksto see.what ,were mentioned in the will; only the fcflas the Chancellor.arrived yet?" asked he. me" said. the lady., .. ,. i
standard to was the matter, and the dignified lieutenant death of the last could the 2000,francs ,,'The turst c'T1-i ; replied Jonathan "I '
jly country's say him annuity man. out.laughing at him,and said marm, : guessv: f
safe with me to-day. pulled a tall sergeant in front of him to&ide. his be perverted'.to other channeL ssir you'd better take that ain't lOomg'
yfas dress. any :, ; ,/ ,?, .haveMm safe; but he.is far.the one got no
nude a pillow of it nowOnwhiCht0bYmYh& parade The diminution caused by tune.m".the num- most outrageous patient we have." glass.- S .1 i
"Why didn't you thpit on it, Jim?'" inquired I ber of the guests,'changed 'n thing as regardsthe i' Mr; O'Conrielltold this anecdoteinDublln, at '. ... f S .. t t

1 winding-sheet you'll make of it, Charley. getting up or the price of the dinner;it was a public;meeting. ', ,. ." American n Coins The coinage at the mint for ;1!

Whenlamwiththedead. "Because there was no sharp shooters in frontto always a 2000 francs feast.there;_ w"er always J the last six"'monthn: m ly'froj1': tilt'January .
stop a retreat; answered Jim. twenty-one covers-one for the testator himself AAIERICAN- BATTLES to 1st July i 18'I7)) i206,23.fai: exceeding jrJ

JIT Mother's form is with me now, fcAll I got to thay {! says Charley, that as perpetual head of the festival,and.this nun- .The following are tbe'comparative, lOs.i' otthe the amount coined during ifty similar period of I .

Her wail is in mine ear, 'l you might thafely done it, for I'll thware there berwas still'to beniaintained though the chairs' battles<>f the Kevolution, arra ged"' ccol li g time_since the.
' And drop by drop, as' flows my blood. wathn't.a grain of powder in it J" ., were emptywhilst; on the last.ms always tojbe to priority:. itBJI ,!::'\ .' the new instructions given"by Mrl" Walierj un

go drops from her the tear. Under a volley now of the sharpest kind of affixed the,name of each different' member in ,.,:, ;LOSS.ih..LOss. the establishing the constitutional_treasury .. If Ifder .
!, Then, oh! when you shall tell to her, shooting, the cool and dignified lieutenant retreated appropriate order-nor were the absent individually Lexington, April 19, 1775, 273. 84 all foreign coinreceivedbyThoTern; "oIt1

J The tidings of this day, into his quarters', perfectly satisfied to :to be forgotten in:due!.course'of toasting Bunker Hll1une ni775, 'to.' 105.453,. mentisat, once transferred tb-the ioint,. 'where i 1

Speak softly, c\Jmrade-softly speak. acknowledge that under some circumstances,it and conversation.. 'j' ;. Flatbush,Augustl2177G; jlff'400,1. .1.200 it is recoined, and turned put as American coin ..
What may have to say. is not very easy to take it coolly.. The first the twenty friends\ were ,all -theonlyormiiwhichitwillcir1ate'ai I
you > year White Plains Aug;'26-,.1776, 400:" ''' '400 g .I
i there; the year following there -were but nineteen TrcithnDecember2,1176 .10QO the people. There is ivery jeaJon t*bttieve that
Jut comrade, there is one I fain THE USES OF TOMATOES. five later sixten1-and ::9 mUKons { rnft.fa.cortttrtcd t. \
len of'dollars:
; years after Princeton, ;JaBuary: 5, 1777, ..400. 100 nearly sixty.
Once more would look upon ; We extract folkwing recipes from an exchange fourteen until in'about t- .J: into adatimstration 1
years, twenty yearsj Hubbardstbwnj'Aug.7J5: 1777 iso 800 .American, coin duringthe ,oJ. 4
She lives upon the sloping hill for which we are sure of the thanks of there but the festival in the President'Talk.Union.; > 2S
i were, eight; meantime -; Benni ; .
That overlooks the la'fn- all lovers of this delicious and wholesome fruit maintaining its full breadthjand magnificence. gtonj'Aug16,1777; ; -4800' 1OOBrandywine,1Sept4l.1777q .,.,. ,. : Ii

The lawn where I shall never more who are not already in possession of them. The StillwaterSepL 17 OO .1200! _:AnnihVMtiQn ofTvmetuidS ee eSt'Lou- !
In spnng-time's pleasant hours, first is our own (by the right of having first I ; 1777, j }6QQ t.; .350. is dt
Last year however;there were but two: Out i GermahtowniOct.4.4777.Saratog GOO Republican,,of tthe 22dult,publishes nors in .

Go To forth gather with woodland her in merry flowers.mood, printed of it Havana.,) and is a great favorite with the_epicures of,the twenty associates, two only survived, r :0et;;<17-V1777-; 572'sur.: 1200.' ezgkteenc:1.' >-*-tS'l.". ..'- '.left' ."'Liverpool-- -- -!.*_ s*. .. "'* .. '".1;.
ting along face to face at this so abundantly.loaded Red Hook 0ctr22 777 ,.t.F50( '1.' '.
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Tomato Pies.-Line the bottom and'side3 of a ,; ; ; of.the ..ladies of : c1ef'
table. The last six had all fallen. since the Monmouth One_ the'Humane: t
Tell her, when death was on my brow, bake with thin slices of loaf bread .in June25r1778s: : .400 '" 130.
pan -put the y ar.' This immense writes an account for a New York paper of t1 e.
gathering proceeding Rhode Island ,
And life receding last Aug. 27, 1778, ,12G0; .,211, It
alternate layers of sliced tomatoes, .ripe. and void cast gloom over the commencement Briar ; cruelty of a calndriver, whose mode causing 0 .
Creek. Jlarch"
I Her voice, her form, her parting words sound, and bread, adding butter an4 spices to of the repast. The two guests knew each other .StonyrtPoint Ju1y15s1779 O, 1779;' '11"600 13 ,'I 400 Ms poor, broken..dowIL.horse to increaiv his
Were with me to the last. 100 .
taste-sprinkle a sufficiency powdered sugar but little and for twenty.fouryears had met only Camden August 16 1780 ,.J15 speed, 1vas'bj-Pt; ing him.on a raw spot whjph i
On Buena1sta'3 bloody field, on each layer of tomatoes. Cover with sliced at this table. Their positions were :; 610KinMonitaiii ; he tad made near his tail.. 'She heads it a tovcK- 0 4
Tell her 1 dying lay very ; Oct.i,.1780 0S0 .96Cowpensanimnry171781 ,'-
bread and bake as other pies. If properly prepared ferent. One was veryrich-while a'reverse of : ing.tale.-,. >' ; :
&flklthLt I knew she thought of me ; ; .800' 72GuilfordCH.Marih'l5l7sl S 'Q
and baked it will be highly esteemed. fortune :lad overwheh 'd'.Che other and plunged : '. 'f' -. ----r i'

Some thousand miles away. Tomatoes to Keep. -Take ripe tomatoes and him into a condition well nigh bordering on: Hill; April25,1'781400, 5'23 '400Hobkirk1 400 The Prairies.Bryant baswritt ft a'delightful \

wipe them dry, taking care not to break the destitution. The rich and the 1 p -second to his -
man,; poor man, Eutaw,Springs, Sept, 8, 1781, 1000 ..550 only AtThanatopsis5J
TAKING IT COOL. skin. Put them into a stone jar with cold'vinegar remained there for a long tim,' sitting coldly YorktOwn, Oct. 19, 1781., 7072 stir. onthese ardeni. of the desert; ..ApoeWcal 1

'Solitaire," of the Reveille, tells the following adding a email thin muslin bag filled with opposite each other, tillaftetho first course- f**" X- contributor the Burlington") rree.Press.bis .

eicellent story in a late number of that mace, whole cloves, and whole peppers. Then they.had so many toasts partake in, for the Total, 24,853 9,697 ,also apostrophized them;but in a more practical .
cork the with cork that h been
up jar tightly a ''
absent. that they ended byjtjecpming animatedand and familiar style., tHe uys' ,r "

paper' : dipped in melted rosin, and put it away in a even so gay that the poor ;man forgot his Signs and R. Wait if-Xetchum is ,the 'Great "' ;
late it cool" is a very common piece of ad- dry place. Tomatoes pickled in 'this manner )S1e; Vaste.of bottom land, ;
Tio, often gutuitously .tendered to a younggsatleam will keep perfectly well and-retain their.color. misery, and the rich man his fortunes, which he very appropriate name of a:firm -.N.ew.York- '. t!. panca'k rlch.u' !#. "..- -, "

ot vjtrin temperament when he is The round might so well hare used in aidthsiinhajycompanion. which makes patent medicines a large's .' !Where'| iats are oil as big as toadi .. ."';'
plumb tomatoes are best for this :
ibooi to ten i\under garment; but the advice x Call.&.&ttle have a. tailoring.establishment'' 'n skeetefs are'albig as geese t-. kM'
the use.Preserved Last week, (the first.of June) the day came in Mead villei I -short'cred lon s ;' .',".13: .
is )Hen disregarded, to great detriment Tomatoes.-Take five tomatoes presume they'giv :i ., me.wib. J1' p ,' :f
plump *
of superficial surfaces and the discolora I round agaia-the anniversary day of the Am- its. 'V". \7 /, .1 .WhereJnffalocsandsialcprgvafl! .' ,7"
'and scald them make the "-
(not too ripe) to '
tion of exposed parts of the human face divine. I skin off and each phitrion's .death. The banquet :was served as Neill'Pr is a business*finn Li'POrlI; n The firSt with d'readful-loo'king lice-, ., r ft.'
come easily. Weigh them to J ..
In the abore mentioned case the advice might usual at the'principal of the Parisian restaura Maine.' It is superfluous t 'addth: t :-they 'be-'1 -The last with 'undi taillTd : '
of loaf and the
pound allow a pound sugar, grated teurs. The table had twenty-one covers; it was long orthodox Churches. bn :-'' -* ** '
profitably! followed but there are circumstances 1' 'I rather live Can elTs fum .
forbid peel of a large lemon. Put all together into sparkling with crystal, resplendent vith silver,= ,Jiqk is in business And doodle ?,'\
which the quiet and unmoved kettle and boiled them flhiarye theinretaU in Cincinnati. r.., be, a yankee beggarywjj 1 aThanwhereyounerseeastump
I a preserving having laden with a profusion delicious viands and As 'Ke 'I '
might from the
"contemplation of an approaching crisis. To for three it expected name, ,%j ps; :: u
only hours (skimming carefully.) an army of bottles were ranged in good order on he'is always wide-awake whenever 'islto And'sliake to death with ? ..
to who Ls seated in feyermi'ai
say a man a falling building money .
add the juice of the *cmon and boil it another ,. ', .' :
the buffet Of the two bne' ** "
"take it I gestsoflitst year be lde.-Cist'6Advertis .
cool woull be of his situation
a mockery ,
hour. Then put the whole into jars and when ,. .. ; :
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only appeared. It was the poor man-the other t to three hundred
or to
whisper passengers cool, cover and tie them up closely. This is a had died in the intervaL fBread in Barrel of Flow. TQ,enable.aH io. '
upon a magnificent steamship as it is running Curiosities of the, PFerf. A.gentleman rh '
cheap and excellent sweetmeat; but the lemon And here then lS'all. this 'bow how much bread can Be made frcrn urefof.
W profusion the
with a full head of steam bows on to the f has been tr-.1veUingthrou;h.the Western.countries -
must on no account be omitted. flour, the following extract froi&aNew Ypit"
repast of a single man and he than last
uuin poorer
writes to"the
land to possess themselves of a frigid ; Newtown Journal of what. '
Broiled Tomatoes.-TakeJarge ripe tomatoes ;will show lpeibe.of flouh 11
'now reduced to complete misery a ) paper
state, would be : year; ; prey'to he has He **
of '
a downright aggravation seen.
I them and them in half. Broil themon says '
their wipe split. all sorts of privations. He'at. down to the or Olbs.ofwater2g'aUonor 1&pints of yeast ..
position. It is also sufficient cause for a till them when -1'I have seen many-other great:; and amazing and 3 Ibs.'of salt make ,
a gridiron brown turning table which was literally to feed hini : 305 Ibs.of dough -wbli
los.ile rencontre to grin at a defeated candidate for a year. things, among which. are soil from 20tto.30 feet ,
half done. Have-ready in a dish some butter with evaporates in kneading; baking &c. about 4tfIbs. :
desolation and dis
nJ tell him to ttake it cool but there a feeling'of appalling in depth a Kentuckian 7 ft 10 inches catfish 8
are ca- seasoned with a little pepper. When the tomatoes comfort. lIe eat much he wanted and ; high;a .leaving about 265 Ibs.ri et of L1U'S '
as as
KS which, as a modern romancer would in I weighing 100 pounds;"perch i5pounds500bushels .
say, are ,well broiled put them into the dish '
point of went home pondering on Ms own daily wants, in *, -1 .J .
downright provocation rise in sublime i 'ofstra'Y-berries' one day?lj" of ? f r.One
and each little with the back of
press a a spoon even in the face of a dinner the cost.of which of our neighborstellsa storyof a gentleman '1
lugnitnde above all these,and we will endeavor I which were.one,inch in diameter trees 27 feet
into the butter and
that the
so juice may run would have made him comfortable, who wishing to buy a draught horse bpuiht i
to nuke the so long a in circuthfer ;
good assertion i nceprairiffies ,nearly as large,
by presenting an cx- ;
mix with it. This is to make the Send
np1e. : gravy. time. 'The next'day be called upon a'lawyer.to '* and one'of a"QuakerTwli6 told.the purchaser i It, tl.'
humniirig' musqui
birds .about.the
in the wild them to the table hot. see whether he might not have'the dinner to size of pes : ... would pleaSe thee to see'him. uTh"" ..The Boise .Awasboughtbutafter.nnrnerousririahithi : !"
of l\IiiSouri-no yellow
days one we Tomato cut tomatoes and wasps. ., '
Sauce.-Peel your which he along was now entitled during his life y <; : *''' f
will :
ptsame dispute its present civilized put them into a porcelain saucepan, adding a at less the cost of it buyer has given all hbp of ever being. lea'
'ik-!a number of the excitable and ad- provided .a prieemaking. The Retort Surgical.-'At a. late eimnination'of.th up i.l;
more little butter and sugar, to taste. Stew them with those daily ed" in tEat "
totorous officers of i supply him meals wMch he so college of surgeons.candidate was asked way. ;. ,
young our gallant i
army hot fire for about five minutes -
quickly over a much needed. The lliwyer"'sk wed him the'clause .
stationed by Abernethy, "what he would do if a man. S
at Council Bluffs the
to guard I taking care that they are not too thin or watery. For t7te Presidency. mass meeting"was 11
fntier from in the will which l: positive,and which was blown up with npowder?"' about }
the incursions of the wild and then '
Porcelain should if possible be used to stew to be held at Dublin take mt.
hewasxmpelledto executed to the letter' > e' Indiana/to tt
?erful tribes :; see Why, answered to tyro "wait till he came
which roamed in that immedi-I them In the of the,.tomatoe acts on iron ., consideration the ofifuiniMti the f:
ie as, acid The poor man retired in sadness thinking.how. down, again/'tt, ,. .. : propriety ig
neigh1 rhood. In their isolated i TJ m"
position and the flavor of the fruit is, lost-. --S Hon Thomas.Corwin candidate for the Pi siidenc' '
days he would be obliged to get.through ue said .
lj kl many r iCLU1dSUpO8e *
lie to destroy the life Abernethy, Jtkic j9i-> "* \
monotony'of : Some persons prefer t and cayenne to'sugar. without whilst oh he .. : .,. T ,11.. ,
dining one particular day ed "f'a
tzeeptan occasional march to check some tribe I i minced you forjsuch/ an.!impertinent reply,..whjitmuscles S
little '
In that event they generally use a l
5)dch I wasnecessitated to be -surfeited with dinner should I put inmbtipn7 *' -j (
warming into hostility, or in nvent-II onion or powered mace and then stew,slowly prepared for twenty-one persons'and valued at replied the "the flexors -Service- tendered to the dt 'Daniel ch>
2 and in -fWhy, young man,
"oates pkyhig off tricks upon each until the tomatoes are done.but. too liquid. 2000 francs,!-Courrier,des J tatsUnis. and,extensors of my,;for.I.should.ooryoudirectly.1 don, of jVeeport,...haspetiticped tide legisla-/ j,.
not how outrageous or dangerous, or Baked Tomatoes.-Peel the .tomatoes cut "" i- ;; /'* t"? ,,. ., tore for agrant of wild land,in consideration of\ >

n1lIClOU3aiy fScer devilment practised upon.one them and separate the seeds put them into.y'our An Amazon-r-Tke'. DiQuJekofSp iId8a' J' \. ?. 'w. his services in:ftrrnishlag the State.,with/Jiirtfici.:-, .

bl another should be, they never ;for : bake pan with alternate lay era:.of bread.crumbs, perfect AmazoxLns'tho, ollowi account.of her, 6 'Is.tha ; lightning jug in the.street asked, sonsand'daugTittn?. 17"** '"'_ V --Jl*- ,. .

:to grew" angry, but the victim merely set his with an occasional.'.or butter-r-season :'with; daily. 'employmentsijvill show* ., apurblidd: old 1ady- J'5 ,:'gr ?. a ,Shade!t of;Parson 3Ialthus--ff, ; Bit a ground oii: thichtofound.a

v. retort ork to,possible, surpass his own caseS salt and red pepper 'to taste, and bake. .Large At 3 o'v.y "=.' .
v -X ( .
on his lieutenant'll ,
adversary. A the risesi "I l-J' !
!lm tomatoesare, sometimes baked>whole with afternoon she .Hardly dressed;for-'ith'e -.k S 5MoyPador'Cotron.Mr.fcQneen- S H .

3k Prtituiar1j good at these practical skins ou, ?Its cap.is cut off at.:one end and the, toilet'is the,|least'' 6f her'caTes/ she;.,bias& very frish':Witt-D.Irish'. trive1"j' Mslist'ofjowrhey J : .sta.-: ."

ehnn lee use his dignified and cool manner seeds. taken but"when, !seasoning. made pf stale, light'and"elegant1equipage'harnessed;present; expenses,..charged t",Refreshment for-. ted. lit evidence- before a'committee'of.the House.2' TI 5

suspected than his comrades,'had breadcrumbs, butter, cayenne, ,salt,..aud.:th from the Queen of Eng nd, invMCi8heoften_ horse,2d'; .On inquiry it tTHned.butJhat the ofCmmonslasnonththatin-'xne 'course of-. : 'ni..
Cl a .sue upon a brother lieutenant whottUl1isp. pulp previously taken out. With this the tomatoes seats herself alonej'th'ough( sometimes'with her j g emeantw1ipcord.; ". "* t .I the last/twenty'five y ears- England has paid 't

!?tin e \ .A short time after,at an are stuffed, the caps are then replaced,,and noble lord, to the'great! terror'of the'latter, who, ; & ,11 - ii; i.- 4 ,fpr:cotton' Ionejto the.United.States-,,. 268,000'. 1 I :

Joke urd part,in his quarters, the dignified the fruit baked just as apples generally are..r) 'i. looks upon'his':safe"return"to\4he. palace.as+.a :.The unwelcome intelligence that the magnificent .i 000 sterling; or,_.$ ,300. ,OOPOOg.. .'. .

hemhisI.lt.iatng to several officer among :.Pickled Tomatoes. Take a peck_of nice, small miracleIfbrliis'royal lierself'drives', ( 'the.! .Jemple;,pf.the Sun:,at Baalbeck. has*been -

Ulg"Ictim. how very becoming'1'.itn plump tomatoes, prick.them: with-afork. and mettlesome&animals at a furIousrate. .At 5 *-1 .destroyed Jby.order of,the:yicerby, for the sake; Awful ,fiiitali i.-Th&' f st.Joh H'er f t

;:& under all circumstances, to keep place thethi layers 'in an .earthern .'vessel. clock di "erIili rved,.and:'as soonas the repast of fine,stones,*;wMch"are". to be;employeU in'eV. : states.' that of the'emigioant who left'fireat Britain = "-

_j ek& moreover, that in his own sprinkle Jsalt. freely 'between each. Leji them Ls oer;Isabel II 'exercises,,:at' I fencing; whichshe recting barracks for the cavalry and forage magazines -' for Quebec, 4,094" never. jeached. 'their.deV.. ;

the rTJa{ constitutional habit, in the face of stand.three days,,then ?cover.them for twenty- varies by changing the pistol\ for the sword, ,-iairue,', 'flymanPacuuofusav d the tmaUoft'J.I1a.'Ymg die! a ftin'.-- ,:'. .

"e"":_reateainS consequences, to retain a four' hours, with equal quantities ,at, vinegarand .. according to her fancy;after which she mountsa splendid.gateway, 'as.to cause;Uie stones..tp be About 506 more perished.aVsea,,"by Wpwreck} .

IIIi a 1oUIIl defied surprise, The advantage of waterto draw/;.oatthe. salt. .Next.,take a saddle horses sThe exercISes ended/the jlays, replaced in.theiy prigmalornun the. constrncftiori'ofthe ,makipgabout4,700dealbsaptqthd3QthJ. ie;' ..

temperament was enlarged upon, the small bottle. ?of London mustard, .baWanuncof dances sings-andthe; like,'till,-one of,themoming entrance to-the'barracks.- ,. :. 5- .-5- 1 Pic
,. n do'make look 1ike'a:1'oo1
1 "afforded of escape from danger partI.i cloves and h ilfahbuhce, of pepper,,'withJa when. the, Council of .MWst' at which t-' a--: 'j' -t .f' ,t' Vpu thatchild .

po1Ated! out, and a general assent giv- dozen of onions tilic d.., Put'in: ,your jar'alteiv.,. she always'"presides,- ,tak'es' place; Wheh the f 'oA i'in Neti),!TirA>" Cherel"Are: upwards. ;trife, !with an'ttjii t;'toggery on hi4"Za1d'fd :

value In the possession of ainquired mill, .nate layers of', spices'and.tomatoes, cover well functionaries mntuni nt :.their wisli to'sleep;: of toro hundred and twenty"five, churches N.' J'ag angrilyj's s;they -ivere. 's rt .'t .

Itt with 'coldVinegar and stop,close.. Sp'iceslnay, she dismisses' DJ and remains'alone till seven :Y rk; pf this::number'41. :are Episcopates !a t D earme,8aysMrs PWing!aiiaeeif*;'

'in"J" Ms lisping friend, be substituted for onions, .,- the hour atwbichthrince1: ;: her::spouse, Presbyterian. Methodist; and 26 Baptisfcthe ing'tllem at the door,"what a doll ofa>twby,*itd:: ,

hci 'eld yo. do, thopothe a thell with an Tomato Catsup.Take bneliundred .ripe'tomatoes -. .whoTretires. at-e1eienthe-evening: : ,' ,rises, I .. jCft .' _. ," hownThch'Tie resembles, his :ipa3' ;|fr"4rr-Fagi." :

'd1g1ei thol drop ithelf into.a high irall- gathered:on a dry day, peel and mash"to. which' is'precisely the'moment 'when. .she'.'re-. ,'.QItfl ; <7ottt. -l pick,A..liandkqrcluoffifl .i.edu2- ed.'and,-*. .1..pnss.gL.. --v ."., (. -'.-* '.<:r IiI I .
:which you had taken shelter l"rom'l.or a .a pulp, add'half a pint of salt, and, ,boil them tir&4. ;. .'.--. "'... ""'._' ': '."':.I i tbepocke :J rAIi rYd. .' ,: .
tharp thooterth, and where it wath gently"'and stir ;for. two, ..houi-k' iGt.ra.in.througli : .. 1'f'H" ) -.a-, d.:- --C- IS'- .,-, -; '!,I who'nevei'had'zivish to' change her lIOn 'Ei uH6 i'gm enUti :

yOU poked out your nothe you'd get1p a s eve'takingeafe to use a:silver spopn|; Jubtout w Rewlrions dealer.who'shipped; .c '!it 'tht (1 i>li.f an honest inlUer1B' there 11.asked. a''sc1ioolmaater, ... .,>i, ;"." : fx' :
PdV; season to.taste, with-mace,,.cinnamon, nutmeg, several thousand bushels' (cprn-from Detroit i P di 37it Oir"n B hedges tha.tiwa.tncecoveto4 : :1.f'"T11T sk2J' ,! .ptJ1': U tfthe)1t&''-' hIi',<.}.; ,

said the other,winking th' circleeite00llfldJ ginger",ahd white> b*red pepper flnelypowderecU some' :months-einfiyvbeen called :upon for ; n4tq.4pcto'a4op that 'eyeaWii. U nt''rem. Jr'.: IWU-ueu.a er.c" S

'r. ttponthefasee/ '. Again boil' slowly and rtirLfreqnently untit'quite 'some'$!90"1.to make.,.u P tH-deficiencylbetweear nykflld: '' ., '- .k""lt't wtJ1... U .-. ;' Pray'giTe ine iUi_ exarn.. '- e*:bl"master' tJ'_ !aidJ : .
; ,
tha.th tru ," answered the lisping ; thi "k" IWhen'old put'itirfsmallbottles': |thejffico of freightand j thb.valne if fl he.coin,. 't i.t whoiiv1ieat&1 a'tU: :t," :t3, .8nu"\\h'1'. / *$: : -. !.c S S
: '
pParentll and : th. i1f'aijc $.tj'j.i : '?, .. ; youth maseulih; .eai ii'an{a
It perfecUy-satiafiea.; an cbrktigntly :. ItwiUkeepayear.J, :. :; "Why; J
1nk ; ;ieadWe eeit stated that thereis anambufltof ..17> tl. ,_ c't.". f1 *
trAvclled amfeminlriebecause
't round the circle of optic. .f" -$il L"r&; .if' I' ''imjajnd. I .a girL

Jlaty broke up;.und all retired for:'tlie 1 4the.Courtsycster4a78fter Cbe/errf Durinz'in* 'examination'in. f 'bnekif" .lead ioifying. .{jpnV th : wharyca/at'"" __Galena: 11<. 7'j' 'J1etiWf"CtWrteD1U 71-Mi; 'J'1v', "yery- :we 11- ioceed,1, .. .1..-. .,,-'.'t.idinafewmome3itAlrfc-*.'.-* '
V 1 JJ ti tWh WIit -
xeept 'pa.trols -who continued,their : : the'wilnes;.ha4 JJ Y '.a1L- Irfe I ql r! tti r. mi ,t ; > "I 4oikknowaidtherJei.ina kbiit .
-1 1fe believe they.generally.do on.milmorning .', been asked the geaeral,characterjof th,,pros .." : .he dit4rf1b \. Lonis'vIlIeJbiirnaD_ .learn. 'fojore 1\1 _jiditet. '""aa'lis- .- an.o11- :bahebor.'t' .:"..,.,
: t : T : ':'A4 .
ZPQst;. until goes into,fragments, Jtf e, : : ; \ -

bustle and activity !began ite, ."''that fcd one'would believe hlu U d i' tht1' ll UJiabecnieiaiopo; Q11l'PI :t2a, O h h ,"T4 1"., t-;?; do',., t.A :.. < H.Ibt'.,. f.Good o-A: 'little\ J1i ppll { r.
Mm'to: b 'tOa .to. r. .e .' 'I"' ',. ... .. .. ... .. ..... .:.. > .,. ... --, --.f ,- '
rra soldiers believed r. 1;. .if < -
fromt' & The everybody ? n4
weretirAve1quarter p> .1' '." ., ,4.10..1JI..1-OI"I'._ "" L 1 [1d',1I_ ..a iendt, C8I'S;'A .Q .
-indupontheparale..Bobn'there. .' question ottlie* .j prosec u tor'scounse1to,name;. .AssociAti- },. .. _... .". .. .MiI." .J. .. 'i'ir.i1r1s1Jithh1 11. ... 1' ". 'f'YIlh1l i'iili/ii!fN :Otkan&-Qn 3i4I .1." ;j .".'Ie1t..Q&rnw.. './ ..i 1. I
gat e Prc -L -l one who'had called,him.such hard names, .tlt. ., .' : "
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4 rNI 'E':1WrS: DESHA, Dem. It: is.9 sable;' $. t t1i ,thei- for ajaumeailtsel4to. -. !:! be' -',,the: /crganof. ''virtue' of' rthis 'approprifttion, 'or. in any" .other' }! 9 : t
<. '.. 4 c ',' .'i' 't : to.insntt3i& mannwizteoevere; XCeptfOT:crimes,whereof 1l\AL Q)1nIi' .. .
Dfmocrats be f Theparagraphtherefor
,;;" '. ,. < ' ." : .' maj :; 'f, ; ; epeoJe4 me9zs l F the pai4yebIl have duly convicted Pro ;DEMOCRAnal II
i i 't! ; N ,
TntGiiaA.--E. El.MEAJDEDem: iai elc lrtoS'.the' 't.th eJ.n.wIP'L! 4il'verti'er-, :JWOWJ j { *
; I 'Aj&V1LLEAUGUST2Oui847o .' ,. ? Ji* ." > vU"jt*?* ; .vided-alwaya; That'.person escaping intosucklterritory '' o r.\f" : :
) ., I. .J : .: ." ; vacancy' occigii4 f by thetiecease(; ofDKooawooLKjIliy .more ab f- i the"* "wishes"* ol the Democratic,par ,'from-%:m labor service' is; aen .r.ti. r.f.i' : ," I ,
: tj1yTAr-l1 i. -.n -* ** *T Trl"t"' "" : i. -i l .oa
', a' ;m4jority.of 38&i '.This. is:'a .than the Democratic journals_thexns lvc&;r Now; 'lawfully; claimed in any one of the U. States W eduieedaythe 18th I .,- ,- -, "i' CI

Pit- '.. Democratic gain'on the last election.. we beg leave tfor,our'own part'to disclaim any such, fugitive may:be lawfully:reclaimed and .by.thelectiont j'n-- CI
.' ,' carried out of such territory to the person claiming -. ; ,II:! .

f &.V* ,i Non CAROUNA.--Only:five districb.havcas .. connection whatever.with:, -. ; i any,party,, leaders. his or her labor service.": deat> ad Mr. P..LmxGn-Ol'f -" (
1t 4 ,, yet been,heard from three of which. have f/th(3,naineof WOODBURY 'On l : '
:\ lnt1iiauggCSt1.ug ,VWONT-On the' 28th, (January; 1847 j, motion. ,of Col" Joia. M-toaa t- >_
chosen Democrats. -The'next\delegation'from f particularly we have bd':communication with this composed of If .
.,, : .the Legislature of State passed resolutions one frmeadi preeSr '' II
L ; I > : thisState ,will : b&bI1' : .. t" gs' ntf flead srbmt simply witk the honesiTinteUigent the ffekthat h' .
';: THE COUNir CONVENTION :pat : to, it would neersse; t"tithet aaItedbyo tht President to ttSJS.

r $ : .;),!" On,"Weanesdaj i last'the .D'emocratic'oounty :andthree Democrats.were .} .8 vertil rishi : Democrats,",with whom, we. 'daily' live a mission'into. the Union'of. another ) be proposed to the (DonTentka,M. a2,

.':'{Convention assembled: in.this town according to .Bro.' democratic,, .candidates,, chm;.one And. move,and have. therefor done. no'mo e'than ing Sat'e, and'calling" ?!upon. other. ; _:tb'fpi- :tot Uie'different offices. -

J f ''appointment and proceeded to.the election ofcandidates' .particuiariy/the.rixtli, there.were. .three., at.. I. the. 'Advertiser," 'vUe kits first editorials low,its example.' xi ''> ''John. M!>Pens, Joseph ,

T;'. 1i for Ihe canvass in October 'riexttThe .ALAJBAMA.CairMAK*.D( n.)' majority' .m'SS: \relating," to;Gen.TAYLoa" '- ,'staled$ .-that, it'express, J NEW YORK.-On i the'6th'4>f.February, .1847. ThomUStlrl, were appbint s14:_ .6; I

: !' result*,of their,deliberationsi will:.-be, found ootni ',.for. .Governor, ,'is..2i. "lSSj',which, .q itis' isaidwiH ed.merely the,personal" ;opinions ,of the, editor the" Legislature, .of New,_. York, passed'1resolutions :!hD retired,consulted ,'anot'reporteiu ,"

t 'fin another' ,column, We cannot awid expressing : .be;,increased' ;: ,to,5
1 our .high satisfaction at the unanimity and fiveof, their candidates- ''fbrConi. I. .-. :: Now, -. die'. ":'Adveiftiser"" .. cl.&ms" .' .. .. r were. selecteo J bathe: ;:ifiirt' I

c 0od which animated the and grass and ''the Whigs, two.rt '\,Of- *"*these*,:1'* ttu&'* that Gen.. TAYLOR.is,the peopled! candidate,and ,P ,l'fSYLVAN.. On the :8th :pf, Febfttsry, dates of the Democratic pan:. 1&Z I
.t f g feeling : I' ... .
; ..at theJloble electiQIl. candidates which, they GoT.YLEjaD ;,thouh1e;. claims t{fee anti- .scolds the,DfanoWatic journals for.even' allud- ,'1847, the Legislature .or'this, State,'the'next': "i .Fot'&wti," .":;
> ,
. : I k' have made., .All the' nominations were made protection and ianti-bank. '. -* it riTENKESSEZ. -i1g.to!.notha'Jnan.rl ''We''askj.'how; ishethepeople's largest j- f'i'.in. the.Unioniadopte> The few returns asyet'recehsf4: : political 1 .For'Reprtse atittet.3\
candidate 1-1 'What' .are ;his ,, "* I C
.: y a ,
:i unanimously with the exception those to one .t r :GEN. CHARLES f*

: 2 or two.minor- .offices, and a sentiment' 0 ; i r 1 >e&' '10-of the election'for, Governor. .. ,, are' ",,said p r.to in- .principles f What'policy are. we adopting '''RHODK' .ISLAND.-On the: 10th of::February, I DARLING? PRESr"5." -IIf''". e
1Uc f.he of the Ca d1dae1.'t ._. >
success Whig supporting him. Does the Advertiser mean J'sa I
.> 1847 the Legislature of this.State resolutions
ia interest manifested ,. P IWTaAiejjgAS'C.ti
; and was
m deep fiJ1; !_.,i.. .. ,
i z .. out the 'p ro eecLtiigs.. Again..the LWk.. I 1" '' that theP opI.are' willing,to support': which, though, more,conciliatory,':expressed :'4 ; 'j rULA.CANOYAZ: ) .14'

Duval county will have the pi : ':i. lODBURY AND"THE WmaB. ,., ;candidate"withotit principles: Does it mean to: the same sentiments. L ,ForSheriff 1.C
:t ting their .stur4Y standard bBROWAXD : : Jpng since the suggestion,wa3 made' ..say that the two great :parties into which the OHIO.-On the'15th'of Febnii y. 1847;:the THOMAS.,. '". LEi' WITH.. ,"f '"

.: ; : whose untiring exertbMi. ::,iM Southern Democratic journals:that' nation,*is' divided-.axe merely following'. self, :Legislature'of Ohio adopted resolutions embodying TA.CoffEZ& ', ,1t"U, I
the sentiments of the Wilmot : :
; : was of right entitle4/tithe next o constituted leaders and have.no.regard.to )- proviso :W"I
behalf-have-won-him: the .
unbounding&&ii.of ;.sJ I;f NKTHT: JERSEY.-On the ,1? .IL of February, For ,Ctrajierr ,
.i his fellow citizens. Trusty and f Jll bs>jui S J1 .Y of the United.States.\Itrwas justly ,ciplesf..j Advertiser would thereby pay;but' J847i.LegIslature of Ohio'adopted sirnila'resoltitions. / WALTER. KIPP; :,1ij1 I:
'*'*.T L.i'*'j urged'that the great majority of our..Presidents' a poor compliment to the Peoplewhonifit'pro'fesseS v.
are convinced that no one can supply his place. Comity Covafa&nerL .i
I1t: m 1. < ;4 :had been natives of the South; and that''proper The necessi but not "
bringing only.a -. I
popular 1847 the LeWt of this State adopteIaimil.r
: r
r ,
{ small ..
; concession. to sectional prejudices required with a. exceptionwho. occupy : ; ?
but efficient .
.an. iiighly candidate for the I resolutlonst6mG "
:f.- :
i that should this time Northern' ground and have no interest in public affairs DAVID ,L.t PALMER. t
I we On the
1st March
agree upon ot
lower House, and one who can maintain the interests 1847,. i THOMAS.BUAREZ: : .
rl: ofEa.st Florida in the candidate. At the present critical juncturethe are either Whigs or Democrats. Now, if the : LegISlature Michigan adopted similar resolu.
Legislative body, [The nomination .ot'aC1ectAe ,
Advertiser finds it abuse : tions. .
: only impediment to the arrangement is the Whig necessary to its Court
has prompted the' nomination of Dr..CHARLES MASSACHTTSETTS. the 1st of March 1847" was postponed] ,
ti : which is shown the Northern Whig brethren and to abuse the Democrats for ,
deadly by
hostility ,
BYRNE. No better selection could possibly the Legislature of :Massachusetts. adopted, .similar The following Resolutions"were.Mr."Liviiigston end.'
S States to the institutions of the South and not abandoning their principles at once, by resolutIons.! and' ",
; .have been made and we humbly trust that I unanimously adopt i
i,. ::.'J S this gentleman m will, in consideration of the im the firm resolve of the citizens the.slaveholding .. supporting Gen.'TAYLOR, where is this great ,. MAINE.-On the 3d August, 1847, the Leg- 1e it Resolved That the' Territorfe of:

0 1 States to resist to the last extremity the i party "of no principle, "the People," that it has islature of this State adopted similar resolu! United States belong to the several'Staftseria tli!
I portance the office at the tions. In the lower House the '
present juncture vote the
' I, spirit .of the Wilmot proviso.. With these views: been boasting:would sweep every thing beforeit. on pusp this Union, and, are .held by the '
II.I : S waive stood :124) 8. '
4 personal considerations and accede to the sage yeas. ; nays tHere joint and common property. '
': the name of LEVI. WOODBURY was .suggested as The :matter:seems rather mysterious. If -I
wishes ofhis fellow citizens. The Rtsohedj; That Congress
other candidate as joint
. :!; Mr. DARLING that of a man upon whom both the .Northernand the whole People,are unanimous for a man who I we have TEN STATES wh.have arrayed and representative of the States of this imi
v 0 C. PRESCOTT is an Bgan.
'.: 4- I, Southern Democracy could unite-as, of has not yet presse4,any political belief, why themselves against the Constitutional has no right, ta make any, law,"or do any:**

? acceptable .selection, and his intelligence and one who was at the same time true upon the this uproar solely among the.Whig'journals, at rights of the South. These, Ten States com whatever, that shall directly by its effect
I I. popularity will secure him large vote make discrimination
< fcjY* .I through- Tariff question, the Bank qu-estion-and in a the suggestion of WOODBURY'S'name, and that too mand in the House of Representatives 118 votes any the SUtairf
but this Union by which of them
-! ?' .0 thecounty. any shall hi.
:: p1 L : We proper appreciation of the rights and interestsof among.Whig journals who "do,not relish" TAY- out of 224. This gives them a majority of six, prived of its full and equal right many XCRV
are happy to perceive that the convention
; ;-:4: S. the South. We approved of the man and of LOE. We can only explain the matter.by supposing leaving out of the calculation Connecticut, Indiana tory of the United States, acquired or to'
7I ; passed Tesolutions the
embodying feeling '
public his qualifications, and we unhesitatingly expressed it tube an emission of Whig spleen at Illinois,'Iowa,and Wisconsin all of whom acquired.Resolved. )
: SI ) S in this neighborhood in relation to the Wil' That the enactment of i.
our assent to the, suggestion. We didso the prospect of a firm union of the Northern L will undoubtedly declare themselves to thesame any:
; ;i I mot proviso. This is no party matter ; which should directly, or by its effects, dePmt
: and we
because confident that and Southern Democrats.We effect These ten States elect
? we were upon no can a Fresi-I the citizens of any of the States ofthJj1f I"
suppose the object was merely to call '
4 I, ,. ff P. the attention other candidate could the Northern and Southern have been induced to extend our remarks dent within six votes. All the free together from emigrating 'with their property irfjmj'

t:i <. Is fall our citizens without distinctionto,, the Democruy unite, and we deemed 'the interests to this length solely to show that the Democratsof I can command both the Senate and the' of the Territories of the United S ttie %m
f. importance of some general action. W-e make such discrimination, and would then
1 of democratic principles too precious to the South to take the lower House,and elect a Presid nt! ,
4. facfr suggestion in regard to a ,are willing right ground,p fore, be a violation of the Constitution udtfo
speedily meeting be be frittered away upon a.score of jarring and and to.point out'to 'the jfaith the only method I Now, we ask what more is necessary.to show rights of the States from which, sucichiaa

; *. I adopted. .sectional candidates.It by which they can consistently do so. We have the South that it MUST arise in its own defence.' emigrated, and in derogation of that. 'pbftd

: ;rftI TA WHIG CAKDIDATES. -We'learn semi-offi- was &r the .same MaSons nearly that we no objection to Gen. TAYLOR, except that we But one' State, that of Virginia, has as yet declared equality Union which and belongs would tend to theni directly as memberfofthis sabTot

' c a chblly' from the Sentinel that the Whig candidates Jhad felt favorably to .the nomination of Gen. know not his political 'opinions, and we haven sentiments.in hostility to the Wilmot the Union itself. '

1 : of this county for the next General As- TAYLOR. Before the publication of his letters, desire to run the risk of saddling ourselves I Proviso. Does not this exhibit indifference,the Resolved, That as a fundamental principle of r

$>mbly are Messrs. SAMUEL L. BURRITT, for the we had felt warranted in.supposing that he was with another high Tariff, or a Bank. But if he most criminal indifference, to the advocacy of our political creed, a people in formings'cocsfr'
tution have the unconditional
'. Senate-and Co! JOSEPH B. LANCASTER and Mr. not only opposed to the Wilmot proviso, being will, in.timej,vow himself opposed to'these, we our rights and the necessities of our s ae .- and adopt the''government which right they'naj'to'faa'

, KHETHj for the.House. This is a somewhat a slaveholder himself, but was also opposed to; may then possibly join 4he "Advertiser" in its The day will come when starving myriads of: think best calculated to secure their liberty;

.- different version'from that which has bees rumored the Whig policy of high protection and a ,National .support of a man, whose cause it advocates in L blacks will enact such fearful scenes of horror prosperity and happiness; and that in conformity -''
t here, as we understood that'Black Creek Bank. And since the publication of the such an ..unselfish and self sacrificing spirit within our borders, that our children will curse the thereto Federal; no Constitution"other condition'on a State is.'iiapOBedlr.in'orderWbe ;

,fr I 4 was to come in for one of the candidates. But letters we are none the less inclined to hold to Nor have we particular. prejudices' favor us'for our sloth and negligence with their dying -. admitted into the Union eiwpt'thatiti

.; i; > we suppose it is all right, and that Black Creek our former estimate, .is political b iicL .Yet of LEVI 'WOODBURY. We seek only to impress I breath. Because it is a question that involves constitution be strictly republican.i iaJ; ui,

.:. has found it necessary to relinquish its .claims. we' think he has .acted wisely in refusing upon the Democracy the necessity FIRM AND I our posterity more dire t1y than the present :the imposition of any other by' Cdngrffli'.TpmAf:

p The ticket is a strong in fact UNWAVERING I generationwe permit ourselves to be'defraudedof not only be in violation of the eonsiituti ,tutin -
'QDt' the to UNION.
strongest give public expression to his sentiments, .. direct confli with the principle"taitiacii'our :
P.; ? SL which could have been 4 roD ht against u*. but and that while wo are engaged in a war with a ,our ,constitutional rights by States,which political system rests. ,. .

ours is stronger and our friends intend to carry foreign nation a military commander..is much ANTIACQUISITION.The I merely look to the present advancement of two Resolved further That' the passage: ,of:tt*

t:44: .i ; it.: We are.happy to perceive. that both par- better employed in the sphere of his profession. Louisville Journal has the following in or three men. If such a state of things is allowed Wilmot proviso by the House ofRepresentathaof
the United States makes it the of
ties nave nominated their most intelligent -and than in fomenting or conducting the .strife of a relation to the Wilmot proviso, and the acquisition to continue then indeed is the golden age s slave ldi 'State.and the"citizenstberefi duty:. erajj'._

.4i efficient men, a contrast.somewhat to the course political party. For the same reason we can of Territory in Mexico. Whatever of the South, past, and forever T1e dazzling; they value their dearest privileges, their sot

,, which has exposed us to be rode over roughshod not omit ourself blindfold to his support. Seuth may judge as tq.the propriety of acquisition array of great names which have ennobled ,its .: reignty,their independence, and,their.rights!

by our shrewder brethren Middle Flor We cannot be induced to become it is a fact not to be averted that territo. history is definite and concluded. The hall of i property, to take: firm united and concert

V'' '- ida. The fatal mistake nominating merelypopular pers and principle-scorners. We man.worshlp1 cannot..selectas will accrue to the Union. The spirit of the Congress will never again reecho to the noble action Resolved.in.this That emergency.as one 'of the.'most_ effectirt:

1 ,' candidates without reference to.ualificatiwis ,the banner bearer our democratic faith Anglo-Saxon race is restlessly struggling sentiments of our departed band of Southern modesof firm, .united and concerted actios 3'
has cost East Florida its independence, one who is necessitated to conceal his,political. ward,and we must infallibly be carried with it. Statesmen. We shall occupy the contemptible recommended by the above resolution-nil

. :wO.1 ; andwe.can never regain it until a contrary opinions. Those of Gen. TAYLOR may be democratic : It is trivial and foolish to attempt to stem the position of time servers to'our more active sistuig.the interference by.the general'gflTBp-.'
ment with a view to establish a discrhnfottfon,.
I course is adopted. It is timethat this section of and they may not be. But until we are torrent and thereby endeavor to excuse our in- and energetic Northern confederates.. 'Yet; as degrading as it: is injurious to thfrW -
: 'ri': t the State took. its proper position in the Legislative confident that they are we shall not enthusiastically action. The contest must come. It must be decided ', there is still hope. Upon one man alone; thc, holding States,the members_of this ConTEitioasolmeniy "

I Assembly. advocate: his exaltation, nor that of any immediately whether we are to be banished eyes of all true patriots rest as the saviour of the pledgc'.themselves.e' ..aw,

.:.11q ,. We understand that Mr. E. D. TRACY tie for- man who is similarly situated. The triumph ofa from Mexican, soil which shall be won by country. Need we say that that.great manIa States recommend,'to withhold to their their'fellow-citizens votes fofthe.';ia ot IflO:!*(

:: mer member of the lower house for Nassau Co., faith can only be secured by adhering to that oar blood and bought by our treasure,'or wheth. JOHN C. CALHOUN. President and Vice. President,'from.any dtaaf

.: intends running for the. Senate this j ar.- faith. Men may change, but principles are er we shall maintain our rights, and enjoy that who shall not 'previously the decttoa,;
Cannot our Democratic friends in Nassau re ov- fixed-immutable. which is sought. to.be :wrested from us. We: GENERAL TAYLOR AND, THE NATIVE tinctly\unequivocally and publiely;ww' ltlS'

.er their former It be that this S. o positiontoTt11such nt *fence&iitf8, "|r
high name, and beat 1 im.- may readily supposed the suggestion scorn unmanly spirit which has been shown *'
recommend to''our fellbw-cit CBS .of JM
Tu; so
Rouse up,and show that wtat you have done of the name of LEVI WOODBURY, was a terrible by some Southern editors who seem desirous to The' following letter has been published' as State, and of the South cenerally, 1f tAO r Tt5 rr

4 once you can do again.CAPT.LIVINGSTON'S blow to those who had committed them- put oft'the evil day,-to temporize-to make the reply made by Gen. TAYLOR, to letter adf pect'thi the piiitthentotDdeg&aCon'iention .

selves body' and soul to the support. of Gen. dishonorable concessions,-to' do anything,in: dressed,to him by P.S. SMITH,.the great Native of the Slave States.-40 'on'en ,

1 COMPANY-We learn from TA LOR. They had imagined that the frenzy of fact but stand up to their rights. The strugglewill American,. of Florida 'memory.Although. before'the meeting oftlien xt.ConrMi fo T
the ,Floridian that the volunteers raised : somewhat non-committal character it signifies purpose organizing; and preparing,.ftt.'Wdefence '-,,
r. : Capt. LIVINGSTON by popularity would carry their candidate. m.. come, and we must boldly meet. it, while, ; "of bur institutions! ,

were mustered into the service phant over any opponent :and,'like" another car we have the .strength'to do so. Some of ,our' if it means to'signify any thing, )that ther' > Resolved"Thai this( convention d1SC1II t,
4.1 ofthe United States on the 13th General does not,hold Native Americanism in "Intention' the b-
I : at the inst, and Juggernaut, would crush interests, principles, friends would have us postpone it, until we are desire,or of.aDpropriating" fJec
r. ': time numbered 80 men, rank and filer and every thing else that constitutes opinion,: utterly and hopelessly helpless. the highest respect. ', .o t ,'po e'xe o u C8pitaJ f.

p tL& On"the_ 14th, a flag was presented to the 'company in its wild path to Presidential. chair. But "This WUmbt Proviso question is most dangerous :HD: QS.SJ; ARMY'OF OCCDTATIO ;')7 i ancol party; but on the lation"ritM, lana we heiei'teJ deem them sbG. :M

- iatehalf' of theChief, Magistrate of the they now saw a probability that the phalan'of'Dexnocray one.* It threatens nqt only the tranquil Cathpne rMonterey'July6l84 of,:Native: American?; f"S o iu;:Whig friends'the("right, hndoffellO11. ?

State. After the ceremony, the company took vhich"has hitherto owed its series ity of the Union, but thiUnion its lt. We see i paper-' to The"prospectus"be edited/by yourself; :,forwarded ttfme and brotherly love, upon"Jhese,.questions,feel x
- up.their line, of ar.ch for but one mode getting rid ottheiiendini g -' assured that they"will not"be found wsfl, .*." *
St 1
-' -T-4" whence it was their Marks, from of triumphs, and, we trusts will. still continue o.. danger and that mode; .we. >thuxkjShbulo;be un with attached, 'remarks, .fromyu' has*. been'du1ei'cdL when',the hour,'of trial comes. "
r -- lateation to embark imme owe them to' the deep conviction which its hesitatingly adopted by all tEetr.'friends ,_.. :. \ V 1 ; '
of J'j-B: reaol
diately in the&. TaMahassee for the Upon the points' alluded to in those remarks, ,.. ...offered, .- the> following, '
via The Wilmot-Proviso'cannot
MeXico country. '
;1 New OrlT.h members all have of the necessity of strict, unwavering become and.t6rwhicbmejnber3'pf the'Nativ 'American'party tion'1 '- &

.. will .attend them pr3.Yers.of their fellow citizens union:upon principles alone. Whigjournals tion of practical foreign territory qu tionexceptir'theann to the United States ia:, require'assent from"th S 'wh ri;th'ey-f:' : .R o1v dThats, copy of the :proeeediflgsof
;" through the noble career of the Northand South instantly turned and we earnestlyhope thatthe: North and i 'the;. vor for the Presidency, I'can only .i yiDv.A1f this tJonvention be furnished the Editors'of ttrJacksonville" -'

.in'which,' 'they.' *haTe. ; embarked. _their livesandtheirhonor. their batteries upon WOODBURY; and attemptld' South will compromise upon" "gro und of let candor that'/elected to'thai 'fimstet News "p blicatio ., ; f
.,. will of:tti&&k4rte: :: rg i'a.;: '
spontaneous :
ting no additional .territo ..be D Our' Which adoptei
E S to show that he was acceptable to the South ex'd.,:; tDithuytagt1fCY'o1'pltt1ge'01I.Y: part(in any particular was I.On' I-' .. 'tt

but it is countrjr.is"alread'large enough many;think] # must beunttdwnelled ;motion, the Convention, then:adjournij
b ;: CAFT. CLARK'S CGllIPANY.-W-e only Whig journals whi ch have pur' that if is by far.too large ; and why,should the J&vef.I'flttfiat! .high offi $ "
learnwithpleasure ,
} t44 : that sua'this, course., Amoi other Whig organs people: .wish:to'make t t.'st.ll larger at"the imminent' with Prt y obligaiionsor iaterests'of without day.. .. a *' 3*
t our gallant friend, Capt, CLARK, Kind,'iid' yNDER NONE. BUT .THOSE WHICH. 'f :' J. P.. BELE A.PLFftSid
; !. and his to whom the, nomination 'of' .LEVI 'WOODBURY :irislttpf! : civil'war"and the disruption of! .. ; ,
command arrived ) CONSTITUTION AND 'THE : ; .n
: safely at Charleston. their "
g1niu ,
pii !: does not ,to be acceptable we' notice the confederacyvP' -' 'F.. LIVINGSTOSOCt5Z1. : '.Uf
Their expectations of appear ( : til.t 'f THE': AIOEAr., jAuGEMOST: SERIOUSLY AND SOV. ..
being immediately transported -U '"' 1 ,* "' "0 : ,.
'f---: ;r---- --i J" 'p- :1
: Apala cola Commercial Advert r,wJiiC hYsi "- : ""; : r'J' "nt' E'NiiDEM A ND'L : : : J '
-t.f ; to the seat of war, are however, somewhat assailed witK'terrific fury for endeavoring WILMOTPE6VISO RES LUTION8."'1' | ?I :'do in desire, :the 'Presidencyyield'thusfa ,' 'an? ,"o 1iy;' :GENVTAYLOR IN O m LAn 1i..<. ij

:t dampened. On the' 8th" inst.- the. .comlIWlding to promote the junction of the. Northern and; For the benefit. of those of ourfellbw-Wtizens, ": \: my' >'sS nt'to,:: .be'' considered' acandidataiirthe'i '' Abolitionist' Whig-':journalHamilton 'pnblishtd. ,fltd'lj I

.o.m e1., received jarders from the. C I- Southern -. ,' who pretend. .'.t. think. ;:that';there. ,;has. 'been no.combination : \s iiopti in which 'it is ,. Ohio, ith.keithe foU" jrlng.t II I
of "
Democracy.The + ,
course 1 ti-ci
reasoning : ,
dii4d b 4J1iT&y9it'ereki.
; Lt orietof the.regiment to,repair toRhiladelphia,, .adoptecT'by the Advertiser, so unique that .,at the Norfch,to. defraud jus,pifour. jY r'; Y'f'.e pe : d offer.. From this it would seem.b iat i'Geni ttf';

F I' i and establish.there. a recraitiag rendezvous. .un-, we,cannot. forbear. alluding to it. ,rights,:we' have compiled ;followingfilist of nht&ronii--will: be.' f eijac l ptab1e Ip-J _not'much liked CORWTN'S. frien-<''-J '..
: '
til'the" company. is. .'filled.' The'full complement.f. 1ft T i; States which have,by'"their Legi slature;adoptW1: meanwhile.I can_only! hope it'yifl'prove .useful' ,'8'ntA ws?.We are authorized to offer the '
article the "
In in number for the 7th iisLthe '
Ii of'privates w Eighty sand" # an I the sentiments or ? :; tot1. e count1"V lowing rewards for'the chatsdescribedflv&DolIarsfor : .
,, a.the,last accounts .. ,.. .the. ,Wilmot. proviso Let ( i .
Advertiser in ali siono the "News"andsomeotfierDemocMtic'Southern -* -" : serv'
there ;says / *'A-\& &$ Jv EVery i1yd sinc r lyy uiob't th&' "Jlig'1)< IrfCo.who Bt
had '
t been enlisted Southern "J
: .
.only about fifty-five. !' .every citizen:who peruses this forjmidable ;I M Mij'Uen U's. A ; ,
Fi Z..t'AYLOg'. : does not prefer Conrin Tal'OJ' j
:journals\ ,
Lieut. E.J. 'DUMMETT will remain at Fort Moultrie ; & lisyfeel Ii e necessity of' ;off ;' "iphIlade'IpbiaPa.ti : ', ./ '
"" f / throwing Presidency. < !
:whic1iiiav uggesti the name_ Wooiwunr'o ,- : '. ,P4Ea. 'r.. 5 ., ,., .,' '
1' m command' the .Wch'Is"1 --j-- in' : Te DoUarsfor the who would.n1b.
b company.1 and will devote tapathy 2s'io dcstructioi Whig
.jiis'tfnie! and attention tp s drill:aridTdisVcipline ODe in-the South has ,ever looked to.them. :Lc '.., "r.;.'" 'p" ,- .'\.' .>"! .-:.. .,..,....,..,"::.: I;. : Tom"' a.gir.tol: > ersweetneart fypu; .:tot for Taylor haix'any; other man,, ",

It is I as. exponents'of,the opb on8 t the people, they x 5." fif.xM.? 3JTilmotProvisj, .tl..a. 1.i:-..t hare" been:paying, y0ur 'distress e'- /triQII_ ng' :Fiftem .Dollars--\for tie Whig' that ;beE$1
therefore difficult
..: ,. to say afwhat '\ \ This'wlB\.mirb tuCer( intothe < : \
rn*H are&ief.afcrtrw&'oYrWhat b 'ut(C ieader4 > Ho s otR- enough it is t1meyo7eemaugflOI1Y9', ,that;:Taylor Bought''to i ;nominatedwerano 1tt'
time the company.. will leave for Mexico. **? I ," '}41; -'* '" -i-* .*- **! "i Ihe' i J OntentIon82fiOUS "flO bi'ujene doubt.otth8.eJectio efa W
presentatie,4at ,
tokeep me
: t f. 9 ji ; '
I J. .'t,; -"*,. S v _,*---L' I in caucus assembled deemeajprpper, Jtojbe,, ,;: ; ffltfby ; office. '- ,

< r "T EJLA'4'E LEUTION8. 1 ,n and done.". 'To understand. rightly thii'meaning Congrs,92 he,6tb t' .Dvu.lowed >' any1ongerpa2T. "f : ctjenec
', Ff1yDOUarS ihe\WhJg l.hdeJ
I i :, Thjs is.ihardty 4ua1.to.the:speecb>,mad by I
I.iDUNA.--pftheten Congressional this the A.dTertiswit iaust OT, r 9 'jhils ':.bm: pp : rid does not lie siTS
,districts, .of. ; parpfof ., Tpr;Taylor ehacti
: '. t Yr. ts i l : er'-tnth' '\iclUii "wli in .
rseven 'if not h bee 'filledfiy J' -- "" !: 11 .Of peIatIng2 ; oo 'th' ; yIi iwpliu. .,. J. ; imlrifngf gboda in his possessionOerman *- :' ..,
eight tlie Ugaiocraticcihdidatek I
: i be;.reme&3bar., "i :, ,\_ 1 :prOU'e & ;S' K----; : 'f, Fl'--a- .<' .1- ''-.'
The returns show ademo- has ,constituted'''himsilfjjwr; % elRStkestandard : Mxic Oj n.(It pssge..f..No,dCbate waa"y arangemens1O. : 'bIM t ,". '.c' .*,1-. mhous ..,p L-".' -' t.'- .-p- ,": ;:P'iIi\.hI'"
\said'to_. ,,,the...carpenter:' $ iWant. a.,pors '* ,
: .
eiaticgain., imdjthe n priest was willdng.jb
pniviso sed by
1 and t Toteof to
; I ,_ oearerbfAYW 4ha .he' pa a
: KENTVC4-The }. ', -" '. -., so',:;I'iraii t1.rf f I n'( ,' ..4 i Itoric Hfwnt-'-apizarrtfih'the rear,!a;bUff&Ooxicipl '"at the ;hed'of his parishioneri" ocuJ4fieldsZ '(
: 'f ,have. .won,the day us' toes.notJoo1t.irl.tJ1'mQdl. oZ sizy arbu1thiIra -, "' "" *1 iL '" ill-/t $'"Vii lderto. --- ----* = d 4
ft anf two' the rcrbps .g.r
j partuntions tnrougn miu- .
thii"StateT.Y.. ahFthelr candU, .tD docrtICi4te .Thatthereshall. b ::neither.,lavcrior Ix L. : ,. jt: ".u.'.. wheni&camito ..,
; bjelieve nearly, ; iangemcnt jv. _, : 'ff' WJi r. .: .. one'f. 1pJ'Onl1$1" :
: 'r- .yol1U1.ta.n 'd14f9tli ; WJi : { r; i tir J : .
.da i iit"'i1 t 1ere:1: Do dUbI.I 'i fr&tavrie.:, r. sen1tud'fbt anv.ternitoryontJie' n. : V4WJyjiV 1,- l >-,.- '. "" : "ftn hoiildiiig1njwill. O 'Bi 1'rJJ
1I : p NoAdtrse lt'of V->Vs* iT' 'I;I? .
: i n" h" '
.r'r< 't' w. !v; P" "1\-" .: ,1 ,. :wW h hJe Ct t beA.c 'come.to-see me;\I.shall, bo i able'to treat Jiem .:it.. mD- ; mi'JJ_ Jj.
of th'a s s l G' \ thi. i h tJli : ? ._. .. .!n ... Ir.. c .
r. candldAte'4d, 'quifecTbyor annexeS' ,
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COMMUNICATED.] irrCSpOZlZiWe ot.showing by Phsre {J ern Mexico ltm .- ;
[ :' .
: '-i j 8t >; 0' ,
,will come in f ; 'I \ ",4. 5 94 I,
'Which seem 1 '
: '
VirfTS. G"lI.p } ples Lre .d hold of tem : \ 1M .. ,.pJ_"'..V ..f8Wllik'.s"Jli.K, ,_ _. .,... h :
11 -'bee '1 t' Sa
:;;1 t *T ** ; '.The lI aL'16 '0 \T G :' 1
tit wep vtromeach, other, are secu- showy geniuses of convenient polities'that are thciMed : ofntCethzgDr b Q'A' 'B B1Mr'fo t..L '

tS art cople'ofilie, United: States by the .most often before'the iublic. If the'el ctor' hold Santa ; & &.- ?.?? ?? i d''t1f.o .J tf !JP% .
the P. '".. ,, .
; utioD: the first is civil, and the last ie'LLUb&tf. I does not,allow ,himself i-be influenced* by, self_ '- probably and those%of ; : ; ,haditinder who volun his .t-" .--'---/-'fI"---,-' ';' -7'f' -," 'N'' 4

: ; interest, he will:make a good selection., A man "the ; :. :,tha&x'etioy ::1. ".i L.! .+. : :

h&twou11 do an,:act that he knew must form'one of two opinions in respect to his No'wonder' : : ;' :nsabl :POR'rt P jAcisJ l1 "
Iti ; -.-..- ,.. ,. ,. .. .. ,
the ,
constitution aright war brought f1ieitd Hon, "' t r "
believed would condemn his im- own civil rights under the : : '
,4lOl l most ; ; Sp ta.nlnn'g :: ;\" 'i,;*:I.c: .,.. .
decide for:himself "ARRIV.EIY. ; i1$
\\jjoBltoeternalmisery, would be looked or a wrong opinion.. If leftt, ; earned for. '
I terests in : his : 12th> ;
tf ife fellow-man asiusane. Now'if men : I will trust the result that:he is oftener hasten. its :: was by his lib* 'Ke Jl ..Susan. Bbul' *- .iC" 4i."'.-. .'.: 4

: ttf in.their effects lead to a similarref right than wrong. HOMOSASSA. 1 .Mr.1' : : CoLThomp- I 114th "&MjJfs1_ si L., -

difference 15rffty movements : --the: laVs'of Savannah :Tia'Da Buna1eb \
is ,
i ,
than the iD1 ; "him?and
i of conscience cannot exist 'without11iberty ; [FOR THE Kws4. ] .immediately ,; hands" of a less' 'ry's to Fernandez Blalwe. Merchindiie td
Fernandei, Biibee Moss & Cou Bfellovf&-
TO FRANK. : : ,
: :
I ; and if civil liberty is subverted, ,The men: :Thompson's'! Santo-81>Fernandex!'and GTale., Vf, -
Bright'genius, thy poetic lays ;Worth and: ; ; subverted
! liberty will as certainly be !l8thUaMail'Btean Inho : Sa
! jfcjons So chaste; so gentle, and refin'd, than any at ; } 'wi -propei I vannah,.via Darien.JBrunitriekia, '8t M&zj'gi, :
Sometime "
'last .
; jj Have won for thee. meed.of praise, place, the : ,to Fernandez.&Biabeei. .,, ,1':
jlold that that is true worship of God, in any; they ; but could not ''L ,, ,'.'
I' CLEARED.j.ii.Th .
! And round thy brow ohaplet twin d. York i ; : \ t11
jthe worshipper is left to his own consci- best of ; R.P 'who, 'resides ; 12t -Brig Susan'Soule, Bacoti 'y '

! 0 and the Bible,to worship in the manner he We call thee now from thy retreat,> ITo have greatest been. : circumstances, ;'nahl7"emer8tMatthews, oj. ,- -hiaeilSaftD0 hi. h
by'any exterior in- charm the cheerless hour : .\ wrote :( t ,
unswayed again '
ous fights.
i ytkink
I !.I \,&. '\ ..
; 'forrd&to ,. : 1YZ\
and sweet which .- '-
! To give thy breathings pure man, .- .:t. "

I !Iho1d also, (and'I hope I am orthodox,) thataan'is Like incense of the fragrant flow'r. in any, : ,":and which he found'he' I r.' % balance;br r gto&' ft I

the intervention of the : S hind the : : "had'several1 ..tt'....,PEINtBD. MUSLINS,;and:,suat ._. ;
, compelled by Come let the selfish world tire Ne* r ( '
yield nor BONNETS \
to worship God, contrary to his con- Its influence around thee throw, *. P ; ; : Y industry ark h'e.depbs 1 here Slt20iU: ,1,. ,* .3t' t ',,>;'
he does not field to --.s"
to do so
jce, andhe, submits For fame its garland has unfurl'd, mifcable ; ; inAyatfstree r.
coin battlingt" neither does 11M t. iiOUsE f:;
and -
yrofaM And waits iq deck thy Poet brow.. that will set his trade?whi" : ,
he.osht1 bimstlf pprowd unto God, a norkman est and : He'was imi. l :. ,QR.. a f "

that, Uh Mt to be euhamed", and by so wore One ear hath learn'd to list thy song,. ..... field 'and l ; : Aboliti!o -,?::' _'nnderszgnedoffars/bnbern4, .1-" .

be condemns his own soul The act of : One 'eye its beauties loved to'see, ... result of : ; '-ifeandchil'' f : _.. lte, rmsto sellbr: rentthirwett;,. .

8bpJing any act that in its effects leads to ,One bosom's sympathies belong .. :-. not be. d : 'ue'theY ujgt,, I .;known..estblishment;furniture' inclUri ,
cofleflbt ; would 'd .Application to be made to J B. COLE at
the sin. Then is the elective To Friendship Poetry and thee. : i .
thu J result is w patient-. Palatka.. !: 4' -.; .CpllL :.. .

franchise to every man sacred. and solemn a Aye, one at least congenial heart LATE ;1 d high losing board daily Augustine August 20, l847; ,:*:;|[(tf..;: ..7 .. ,

his religion.- ; '- .' ,_ ,. "
j-uL fin one sense more so,) as Will check thy tear's unbidden flow, ABBI Y &i.In.hlS;; .4 .bAftD1 I' "': ,1 : 4i.:

is the sincere follower of Calvin or .Wes- hands at talk- l', -b
, flat Oract the' kindred-spirit's part < 'j'
,. .. GEN. $::_:_: ;" ." ; .
:cbow the knee to Baal" in a ? was
could .hi1i'gooci ,
i 1* fto And mingle in thy untold woe. 'RIVERS '
& HbYALJ4'
THIRTY e in,Peter .
and "Father I have" not ,
church say, ,
janiish ,The U. S. ; the purchasefoft DENT.AL aURGE.u.N: St
before heaven" nor "in thy sight." I And when thou art'Surrounded by 1
; Hjjned late last. onists who had,. .
jpe there are no such disciples in the trains of The happy, beautiful, and gay, dates from up,the bait Office,.North East corner bf St:.Julie* Btreei0. *

Great Reformers. Will watch the beaming of thy eye,. is most test their sin- and. tSq.t'ftM----- : ....
. .Nf7"
i fc of the United States-! Nor lure thy raptur'd soul away. Gen. s -what they 's,4.v. E-i iiuft. 0 i.f
therefore, July. The declined, and lyWOTICEi .. ,
\TOtc either sustains the Constitution where- And.tho' thy harp may long remain totally their creed "' .

* religious liberty is secured, or it will To mirth or sadness still unstrung contended charity and ::
lour Our could not ALL: Persons indebted to: the estate bf Sanra1 ,
jirert the principles thereof and endanger One heart will vibrate yet again, from Mr. principles, al- \. ci E. Swilley,,late of'Lowndes.County. /* ,-' "

everlasting salvation in the world to come, When forth its melody is flung. movements honest negro to Georgia, deceased: will immediate'pay. .
jibing upon you, and upon your posterity, August 1847. COLUMBIA.FOR chances of, [ I i ment to the Subscriber"; 'and' those haTing .
of domes- Mr. K/s.; 'home and risk claims against said estate niut'resent themforpaymehtvto '
world the relentless miseries '
jjfliis the Adriili 6tratbr.1rithbi the i
will be imade\\ '
Tioknce and civil war. Choose which you [ roE NEWS.] differently : being endeavored to time required by law, or they will be barred of '. <. j

Jill hare! WE MET. In said lHt would recovery.VM.' D. BRANCH] Adm'r.

We met J 'twas in the, street ens. believes they Marion County; Aug.20, 1847. 8w! i.! ,
the arms of .
Established religions are strong .
SAnd I knew he would dun me; ter back to to depart, if he : .

power of absolute governments whereby He came! I could not speak ,him all the lS a secret.- J "NOTIC'E.J .; .' .. ) w
flu mind of the people is enslaved to grace the 26,000 men Dr.'Bennett, de 1 ." STOLEN from[the.. Subscriber, on ,
For his eye was upon me the of the.4th instant,. '
tyranny. The Mexican Church and city,,but protection. Dr. ., night August
trinmps He spoke! his words.were stern, strong and consequences,' .'. DAPPLED GREY STUD HORSE, p.
of the deploraHeeffects ,
is a good example !
Government As his bill he presented : : in their all the'informa: about sixteen hands,high, trots/haslarge legs; '
; of neglecting the principles of the Gen. time warning. and-a'scar' on: the left ;'sid ;i One* .'Wl'hipj ..
1 knew how mad he was
institution in administering the government .arrived the moment bones 8, beenriibbed's as to:make :a-ragfpkce. '
For his heart ne'er relented. this knowl .' Ahy wh'win 'deliver said horse -* .
civil and the church were seen, person t psiSj*
The government .
1 wore my bran new coat, Puebla to : ; and reached to the subscriber,-resident about'8.;miles frontf .. |*jg;

|9Ternment under the constitution of 1824.- first week 'years, arid a I rewarded for the horse'and thief;*or either' of "
But in consequence of the electors in the respective A purse was in my hand, '< there of slavery in them? ISAAC DANffiLS> :; )

states neglecting the principles of the But; 'twas light and unhandy : The <:he could not. Alligator, August, ?47, >. *2t> -.1a ,
' He call'd me by my name, him. wife inNew --- '1 'i
O titution they had established for themselves, '
well there. Admiiiistralbr's iVoticfc.C4
as a
And I know I paler 58"i
grew ;
tie civil government has degenerated to abso- thou hast been the .CUBA-\ : hathe, 'was' in a: OI'MONTHS after date I shall make appliiC5 ;
Oh '
Man and anarchy,, and the church rides he'would be"&me'< 'cation to;the honorable. 'Judge of Probatefor
proudly over its ruins. The clergy have "de Of this trouble-my tailor C of the North," 1i 'Co if of AIa ua' fbr 'nualse.ttlement: .

.,irid'drinking of my accounts.and p S'/S'Admi r-,
the civil
Mo" assumed the reins government And once again we met, Mr. J.Q. ." It', is. his of the estaie of Joshua Millerlate, ,of. said coun '

which they ar&-exercising, not for the And a sheriff was near him; .Anne.xa.t< ; 'here,:'is y',' deceased:' Y :. .

: benefit of Mexico, (as any man who reads the He spake both loud and gruff zed upon happier than 'ii .r.JOSIAH', SEKIN&ERj-'i: lm'r
Cuba to "that'not' 20th 1847.-. 6m
the Y5 : only August ;
.newspapers will Admit) but for perpetuation .
I ; As I liked not to hear him; .seems to ty.of New:York, f :'
I of lie grinding institutions of their church.So !
He showM to mea writ- influence ,off than the, kN.CiR'ULTCOVflT' ; .
long as there was hope that the Mexicanarms measure. ,worked in the "
Twas for me and me only EASTERN. 'CiHCTOT.-FibRrojir/Is.: D FOR .
ought prevail the clergy withheld their look'd round for a friend, in which "thefe. livcdi ..:COLt;Miu CO NTY/:' ."' :: '
Lord .Out.of,this I '. & .
support from the government and condemned But the street was all lonely. rive when ; able to gain a Abel Cowarf, 7r 1n' CAazcry.

the war; but the moment the influence of the J jump'd, he said, 'young man, manner, .stricken and Elizabeth V8- 1" i-for.Bivorce; }, .

liberal institutions of the United States began Don't endeavor to dodge me '7 losses in er.. mot of Cowart > ) '
; We have r.having been made to.-appear tbe'aat, 9!
perhaps : no :
.tobe felt the Mexico
by people of they saw I
if I
swore paid
the same are taken faction of.the Court by Affidavit,.that the .
there was danger to the rich livings of their In the jail he would lodge me. posession and unsophisti 'above named Defendant resides out of the State' 1 '

'hore then hoisted the "red the. bf Florida and .jurisdiction of,[this
Babylon, they The world may think me rash, war with we. give for beyond .,

fag,"and war '& la mort" was proclaimed. It As no'doubt did the jailor; in 'the and the fanatics Court, J- *,r. ; ft Iq':
some of It is th refor'on mbtibn (Washington/Mi* i1
true they proclaimed their own infamy at the But thou hast been the cause ment of Ivesj :Esq., Solicitor for said Complainant 0&DEHED f'J4 .

WIle time; but it shows that the freedom of Of this trouble-my tailor.Jacksonville time ago, appears to be ,' That the.said Elizabeth. Cowart be:inquired \ W f :

the subject is no part of the creed of establish Aug. 1847., RUGBY. the quantity." The to appear and answer the Complainant7! \ J i
i an.states that Bill herein filed'iwit .four .
of Complaint un
ed willingly i
churches. The famous bands that ;
guerrilla -
-- -
The ? seipasCdo'ei. months, or a Decree pro ttinfestd *be.jtakea--- .I .
prcjilike on friend and foe,Mexican and America LATEST FROM THE'ARIY.. cipation of way to Mexicr j' against her .:> t I' :. .ei.Andiit .J .

ire paid out of the revenues of the Mexican The Picayune has letters from Mr. KENDALL. Great five millions pre : iafurthefoVderedThat a copy of thi** t: ;
millions of.dol order duly certified by the Clerk bf tiii CourU. I .
church. wish to / :
Puebla late the 30th alt We .
dated at as as
the United be published in some newspaper printed within : t tI *
Established churches sustained,or in any way give the following interesting extracts: while it, y says:_"We I .the Eastern Circuit omioridaj once a week consecutively :

wiaected with the civil power of the State have, Oa the 30th of July Mr. K. writes-I have terest in Sub Treasurer for four months; .., .. "<; : / .. .: ,' ...HJI

haIl igea, been the most ruthless oppressors of seen a'gentleman who left the capital two days necessity ; .inspecie" the nf THQ.'DOUaLAS, Judge. : '
r.atki. It is no matter how blindness occurs, since. He says that the Mexicans were quietly near : portion:that'there;of the still 3.- ..t \( ltr.i ".6k qr fi! titt. .'l jJ ..

'teller awaiting the approach of Gen. Scott, having all example. i/> .Columbia County j t $'
by interest or ambition; but if the their works and fortifications completed.' The The .$4,250,000 ,' L frnirKo,ScAaBOEWGH, Clerk of said Conrtj 1

** lead the blind, both shall fall into the story that the city was partially over flowed is acquisition nt with and that the .do,hereby'certify he_above to.be a!f1eCOP1.or.; i JI

dch? confirmed, but the report of the extent of the the United an_order dulj. made, .and teredotre, ,inthe., .j U .
"hoefcre inundation, and of the sickness it had occasioned long, and ; amount to of above eilitledi.cause,on the 7th.day:',of w .,-7,. ;. .
electors! when you vote to i sustain ; have been exaggerated. There was a strong I with. ,the arm 1- Jbe A. D.. S4'7. _: ;,; 10 ';'Z f fl

tJAndfiot' principle men and not me asures. belief among many of the foreigners that there story ; !can,favorable';be inereas' .fAK.: tK WITNESS WHEREO". I .haydlL.S. tJ

10 Tote for a Sheriff, a Member of As- was a perfect understanding between General. will obviate the .' > hereunto set my hand and| caused the f -

b1y, fiepresentative to a Gov. Scott and Santa, Anna and that a peace would ; tHe coinly.:t"' V:, 1'-A Seal of said Court,to be fi ereuntdranA1 ; .
Congress or
"to grow out of it. The Congress was still at loggerheads nex" 1is 9tliday' tA.\;' D.;1847 Hr f* ,I .
,from affection, fear, malice, or r venge with the. President, all business was A cor '1L.' 1-,"dioof.J\ <. ".0_, ,.&,,SCARBOROUGHi.iClerk.'iJUgtist201847. 't !.
*ay cause at stand and the only law known post, wn ( i .JB.--. .- rr ,' .'
except a thorough convicl ion, onowajarl completely a l says he has re '.: y,, i r4m 'gifl .

1 that the candidate iSati lerep- was that of.the military. pular"The : ,feet ii'aid'; ....,;, ,4 J fr'r IA t"1. '
1 Copies of the Diario del Gobierno up to the .., -; NO.T1CE" I'J'. '.
"fcatatiTeof ,1 f
\ !
frpmpure :
tie : '
of of France
principles your government, 27th ult have been received here. It is! the '
1* tote for the subversion .of both ciiil and' only paper now published Jat the capital and knows : I ; ? 5 ;?'Ya,'pa -. >&it-th e.u 0 jier't._ ;c''the3udgebf undersigned>i .a c4 t .,
I decrees is im I < } I **ii .
ti'v iv
orders and i
oua little. Government '
liberty save '
to4rclly and despotism to i ** ot Uv li folr Letters or :

N and jour rote for.the aha 'the or articles published under the express. of things to tK : I : d' h'IBostbfi1 1D! :. ', t iiOxithe Est&ti, SepJh ,T bi 4 '
consequence tence ,
the editor -
sanction of Anna. mono of.the 'a rind adfierefice IttoVWounty:- -' -- -- -. .
olisimeat absolute government oSe!you, asks the people not to forget their great and can clearly rincompitible.. .AA.. ....--., '"'J8PPAAB' : i to w '

*wn.!always shape to adjunct viich established churches are for glorious triumphant victory field ofBuena over -*''los.VistaThbf Yankees the on ihree the approach j : : i : btit of y purely K ,sec.for... ."-1..:_-. "k" .3th/i84'i. ., :.-",": .':'-, 'fll.. ,. ,r 1

; therefore you rote then and guiltless, ; rt- i .; 7 :
I tternal pieces of cannon, and the standard : : i r sia.ll haTe4 ,. : Brought. Jt..C..J. 1t.'Jl.
condemnation of s mis f JJ'tjJbft1
own by appeared }
jour there taken from Gen.Taylor.! He himself has : Jd!folvedj; tth i; :

tug.th the chance of being,comp
1'Ip God contrary to ypur conscience when hundred cannon, captured from'his3 months countrymen well als MDDn the blot- : ; :; publzc $' 1P.od; I' iat about 25 years of. age dark coaple rL : t
u1d within the last eighteen ,as .
avoid it- ; Northern .a t. ; Jon about 5 feet &jncht ;mheig, ttII1 ,r t I

tht: "what what the flags innumerable! !.ha ha"fe .been. seat I'.toWashington. is spoken : :!! r ,'. W' sajs he belongs to. .Mr..'JamesSancievof-&t&Augtetine. i !
the.Militia of a Stale i 5; I
: :The owner IS ste4 to e '
.requ Ii
at t1 weather' ; : cqm
ister; : .
and I must close this.letter withra feir speculations :: .
Navy of the United st itea 18; 1500 W > tlctW 0l' ; s1ebazg a 1i
'th&t There Is ,indication ; Iay : .tjI.eproPert1t.pa1
a "own. now every ) .
Posse 6ft'my '
ftTM comitatus". kno also P 11" d., 8 ;! t
is; and we r, Will upon1 the. Avignon. r ourse1VP.J1 1( .

ll/e! elector's vote may elect a, I Sheriff: t1iat.course the'army1. of;the coming move sixTiay8v' .capitalih'the id it,is' .State are, d. .aiid,, a'water ear? .._t.5. "1.._Wh..13tJh"837. .. "'..,. ,,, T.o M4i' I J''t i ,
'hardest nearer the 9'-k .iO .I"QI jj--. ;i *i-- tJ.- -. ..-.i,. _.--.f- ->,.. )*:;,rat .
r Assembly, a Governor, or a Repre- more than'probbiithat the ..fight'yet. : 7' 1" .t t .1 4 r
_. olcH.i : tCAUTI01fi : ? .x1
**IT"j.i '/ : ** ;ed.11 And ) ,0 -='h Jr # .y. ?*iJ t.1I'1
k'YltoCongre8S; the vote ofan in<3 ividual wQ.be ation cty.o!;,' "eX1 Sa1t& .Aiina- ,thf''however, rwh se' {"W1W'l1om".:l i .the:'j ,'ALLPERS$2Saeirereby cOItt1cd dgainr ':. li't ,1 I
maJority: '
t the;
of ; ga.i1)J h"_) J
Assembly -elect Senator: te t deputies favorit'rnieasure : thmt
may a m iiIch'ne may oe. veise w,It,' uit hafd1 ,avoid ; '
account andfurthenher.aiky pttrchasing ro a 1
4bresa 7'it my j .
Lathe vote of a Senator in C imgress, a battiealthough he will still creep out' fit Ifpossible. th t :property. thb.t.31; aZifdetthedot -
'ad. f or
constitutional law; ,th YOtCOfeutative No 'one"/notJ-ttj.n ,thffsecretscanknowfariy ; .. r"'t.. .,,, ', ..t'f. 11 fhet; i .
'teri iUOD '! #J' iJJ : o.pa1. ,
but there rare ; -
with cfiriainty ,, ..
thing ; ,
; 'i :.: 1e1 tdm
in -elect a Presi- ; 1.y 0..itJ'I1.e.nl: to
Congress may *' stitutio; ;
to believe that the:EngliBh :
1ZI ( yet strong reasons tdr' LEY1WBlGRT. .
P ted ty d.4. 1r.t i i i ii .
Governormay carry tb.keepthe'Americans'but -
jintQ1".a influence '
legation is exerting every .intimas August#47; '- l f.r'U1 lfJ;
itrongly A ; ,
Aiistria'to .
i'tf III UDconstitutiona11a.w. Therefore fthecapitaiand't :Cfect,this .,, '. ;. o --
,' 4;" 1 .
** *: -" .
** .. .
.. '
forth;h : : ,
and I J UU. 1i.At -
I ?7 e 1&t saypte.'fpr- antAnnah'as been .tampered.withj golden j r"1; .l\#I 4' '. ; ; ".NO".C.hJt.rJ tl.' f' 1
'showers :mind in } ; .:W.tJ'W > : .
American yon -
of coinage that..lo e1
: : is'
*ctr r : SIX ft
to studf ''W lIHs,. ownigi.when (1f; >. *i f# -.w--TIia. Enhafe'been'madejtbnse -. Spain,! IkxrdNorbury ri-;:, 'I 1P n'. =., >;, ,

,J1d lie. l i' glish'do not wantto see us t.ejJty.: ;,!.MexShehave'itefests : lDosi :,,),.'-.' / "III,shU o.pp1il. 'e'B ono. '- #. P. .,.s."y .
did ; > the : .Of"R ; .mJ .. .
: t
an .
who is most distinguished his QO-t ; : .' :.L. Exqtors i:1\ 'tstatec4 '
: the .
ftc .
1Mzt6 the' principles t'the: constitution, serve',;and aw'fearful the American bold' .npqn i this shattered EepubHff8c hbeto: > strong ,1. .d :: I'Bhoul r .,.'.".. .
).nd abilities in to himr'iesBesnoiprincJplea Comm ; *_ !;- 'S.' I"t.> .. "nSWll.. \ or''r'. :'
'o > J opposition to be shakenroff exce 11 ir' detkintIfan i V -\ sul;'.J t.&f r :' J ;' '. 'U' <' .
> ?
1 fL 11II ,at ;;all.. or.:prefcrstmw thedinc ,isZd. ,' A. tJj 'J1 d ad .t.Fi ; : ; "' 'I':. ':: t'r"wt-23- .."1C1t7 ./.uwt.ltr;r. c' ;.t '. !. Y
tie herielf pootZoxk',,: tb \ _' ;: ; ." \" :< .
u14 pT him an opportunity States,can, help '" '' .
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L 'fr 1tl : froni'ii:Justice' Court ofTfiUsDorbtighCotoityJ ., ipptt'.'ihX'fplloV' if l aI1UI..'*T!*.t ;, P"'tRo. ,'I' ifN"rS. 1tO'. ,,,I NL. ,Y.. ... \ESSRS.; HOLMES & CO.,'have'ftm tf.c1. J'.''.1. r'" ,_.\tI

z 4 -, ; ''State of Fl rid levied,ttpon and\J1: _.: I >1 .Ji .tl,r, <'f'. ;l .JJ i ':'or)!freh' \"thiTf -. -

.tamed .m6 by:: a Constable,,.I-mll expose for by the':AsieMor; "'tbat'pan'of the ArfedondoGrandyingin Wo.'fiO oCedar'Streett"fjNewiYoi'ki < building formerly occupied by the .United! States, .,.
l' > sale, before the CourtHouse aoor.in: Tampa,'on ,the county, of Manon.*>e&fei,; ; ./ii i r'L. ,., ,,5T"__ \Mfti: .151\ .known. .*s ths Governmeat Boilding.' Tb*>y hav 'I '- t

; 1J thLflrt1ay, Jn M.Septembef ext, Between' Alsov-320.(three hundred: and twenty) acre v ,Lr'N] .. JL1mm, ; added to |their.tqck,> I'jtbe late arrivals from< '. ". ;L -:. '. .. i' ...

: fhe lawful hours of Sale the following described returned by the Assessor-in;the Bam of,Patrick ,f.' tM ttt: : ; ..: Newy or1,;a full!assortment'of Dry:Goodsf; Gro: ;I -1 : G f 1. ,

4 property,9 io' witfl "Tiirty-nineT-and( l Sflth R;'Hacked .&.rvfS '1 t$%:? ?1 ?\'ii : } \ ,., ;LmJ1ii, ,", *,'- .'sONtt"i'1t ) .. <. .. rertea::1.Hit1 w 4-. Provision*,'!&cv'&.*' which 'BY"TBE: .r

N. hmdred afld .rainetyliacrea Occupy.thespaciouaVITVE: STQRYiWARE- they are prepared sell at reduced : PRESIDENTW'
:: .acrespfmd W. &of N.---3$l. 8ection,12, Also, 790 (sever ) price ? :: c 'a: :':
p.4 4' Township 28,Range 22, S. &E. Levied upon [tax.for; 1845'paid: bytCoI Rwl.,].' ac-4fud iror) HOUSKK6,56 CEDAESTREET-.WHQLK ., The 'arenpw prepared! to 'purchase' Cotton! i, J'TE1': 8 ES. ; '
to < in the nimeof KingsleyB.f wiicn'is 4e'vote&to the exhibition'aQd.'sale :R' .l other i.'j of'the 'b k 'If .l.1" r.
E f 1 *s the property Stephen Hollingsworth, A AklBvJ846 returned ; ; PI"an produce coorifry, at : --- ..
jI tcattefy sundry,executions in favor., of James T. ,Gibb j !locality.unknown, na naroben'returiwd iby ;14th le'4rticl&of" ..":- :H1 llJ)! .J, ?; :. highest Market'rates:; and make eaih d"m : pur nee'or The-Act or Co --l.J.

4 3Iaybee and.others. Tax Assignor.i ., ( t- 'j <&& .':.}.;!; !P R'IN TE D'{ C ALIC.O'ES\; !! consignments .:.f to..
I .htill ofler.i for,tale within legal b ur.,, erOftt'. ,,prNew York. eatabJi l ao.
1p p ( ,shWHlWughoO* { :* ivv >'-i tuw. d- i J I St.Mark '
t ) i;,: l J'J y.9>, 1847... .\ 3t. theCourt House door in Ocala,.on;the 'Mon ,- Their.. ,presntStock.: ,, :"cjonsists. ofnerlyLkOflC t, They have 'a new article of Wrought ronPloughs.tnwhich in2Floridi," eppj.=

day.'ch 6th day of September n xtIJ aI') t.the,* ;:, \ ?Thousand kageS, ,;-, they,would respectfully call the 2d day or Marclij.1833"I.i.JA1I
.i. 1Election', Notice.TT1SECTIONS : hove :described IRnii.nr as much thereof M will ::Embracing..some-:.t THOUSANDS J"of' different the attention nf Planters. ,K. POLK .Pr ident 'or .tbe _
will be'held' inDuval County !u
; t nr.'tu due the; Jacksonville
the Nov tf
bet sufficient to atiTy amount ; ; States of
JE-J : the fourth of October patterns and colorings--'and comprising America :do ;hei
: on Monday ((4th) day with the amouM. everything bl
State Florida for 1845. together ; dit
desirable-the: line FOBEIGNi'r and' < and ,make.
; 'next A. D. 1847 for Senator (of : : known
ensuing, { ,) one ; that
; of Marion lar.tbe Periodicals.
due,the State, and county year Foreign : _,ubhc
? .
the first class) for said County for two Representatives :DOMESTIC. a 4> "i f *":' ;will be held the'Land
Pr1 : A. D., 1846,.and all legal cat. that rny,accrue it Office
? of said County.in the General Assembly i ;'A11 of which are offered for said"for cashonsatisfkctory .a '' at.r,
HOWSESh'ff in
thereon. ;K' E., D. I LowEll'PRICES REPfJBLICATIOX OF lahasseej the State
:. ,j .j of the State of Florida' for one Sheriff, one v .nEx officio, .Tax Collector for,.Marion ,Co r.K > ;.credit. .,'at the .'. .? THE:LONDOX QUARTERLY; REVIEW,. .di ppsal ,0f. the orFJorjdat1_
t 'Circuit Court,Clerk one Tax Assessor an&Tax by the1f ,
I, 4 !d 4 Collector, ,four County Commissioners one March.5th .8'7 >J. _\ .", '"' APIECE OR PACKAGE. RKVIEW .' 8a4town, of(: lark8J\COmlJJene\ I\

: County Surveyor and one Coroner for said -': ;i-: NoTIcE.r" : New Styles 'are rjeceived 'alinost every day',' THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW : Monday, heJlth 4ayorJlc t
iJ '% County of Duval Also for four Justices of the .indirectly interested. and' of themlaregotTap'foir'pur sales f Qt'fo
; Person. 'dirpctly or : many own .,. ,'. AND wit :
:; r j 4 s "Peace:.for each respective-Justices Districts ALL. : .hereby notified hy.the. ndf'rSgnPdthatI' and not torbe foahd elsewh'ere. BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINLT Lott Cumbered three ..+
: I I of said C.unty. Said Elections to be held in" | A tof, the Legislature of. 'Printedlists corrected from two, ,, four,1 1Z.-j
jij ,' ciirvformiiywitfi! ,an. '. 5 : ,;of"prices -' eigh,tCn,.t-!IeWntt-; ;fourc c
at,the places,'and under the superintendence of Florida, entitled "An Act to. provide for:the reestihlihment day today, with vry.variation In.h.e. market above Periodicals are printed'in' New eighteen; nineteen,(tent ,6

: theget1emenhereinaftcrnamel, and who..are : .feRecrtIs: of the County, of..Colombia are placed In'the hand of buyers. .Yorkj'iinmediately on their arrival by the three, twenty.four, ) ; l. t.hto

s (hereby appointed Inspectors of said ,. l and fwr other purnoies,"approved Jnniiarry6th -. 'Merchants will be'able to form'.some idea of British steamers, in' a beautiful clear type on ty-eight, thirty, thiji "t rtn Pt7'JXIDI

to wit: 1' ( ; :.l847; they will' lie iri the Clerk's Office ofwhin the'extent and, variety' tom.assortment, when'; fine white paper, and are faithful copies of,the thirty-five, thirty.i;thn.ih,, thiflj.iwoj;! ,. tbl; ; ,,,

; : At JocksonvilkHo. tPrecinct. iM.M I [. District; Cowt.for raid County a paper, wri- we state that the value of our usual stock'of originals-BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE being an forly-twn- orty.lhref.''In.roat ) ;_

: .-. Inspectors.-FarquhaclSrt |g ;purporting to'be a copy of a deed of gift from this ONE AETICLE ,' is at least" twice"the value'bf exact fac-simile of the Edinburgh edition. ty-eight, fifty, fifiy ne, tonrtilili

I < Bigelow, Oliver Wood. ** .1 ..f.ofy Jon*>.,
: A Black Creek or Carey's '1'1 I?. attaire, th&odginal deed hnving wen1estroyeI' our largest wholesale jobbers.. 'This fact 'together 'renders it needless to much in their ty-four,_ si; *tJ..IX; shty-seven,_ \II .
I?c Justices'District No.:-. ItBlitch. .:!ny fire, on the first day otNnv mb.r. 1846. The' with the fact that our means anci,our praise. As literary organs they say stand-far in four, e't'nttfi"'Pr.l ..' .:I,I'I r.

rr 4 George Brarining, Solomon Morgan. introduction of aid copy made l for the purpose of attention, instead of being divided among a'v stvariety advance of any works of,a similar entynine.eighty,PI&ht"'IE> '. t1.ii l.
stamp now '
: r At Mandarin Precinct.-Justices District No. perpeiuating: oftj.ct* and purpose* of the. orialdetnl. of articles are devoted wholly.to ONE, published, '.while the. political complexion of .igbt. ninety, ninety-one i ninetytwe.sTni.,:, i i:
I ; Inspectors.-Calvin Reed, Ebenezer Ev- will render the advantages which'we can offerto each is marked by a dignity, candor and forbearance Dinc.t.t'lgh.Dlne.ly, *. one hundred

"t eleth, Charles Byrne. CAROLINE MATTA1RE. dea1ers perfectly obvious;:and it shall ,be not often found in works of a'party divd and two,'one bundled and three,.''.'_':;<' .hai
jti 'At St. John's Peach Precinct.-Justices District By JAMES S. JONKS Agent. our care that none who visit our establishment. character. and four, one hundred and six, I
ri ; No. -. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs, Alligntor... June 4th, 1847.3m shall meet.with any disappointment. They embrace the views of the three great seven,one hundred and eight,one .hviadte4'iI

; '* Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. '' Our assortment is complete at all seasons of parties in England-Whig Tory and Radical"Blackwood" one hundred and eleven, one hu.dred..w
,1. At Cedar Creek, at the School-House nov occupied NOTICE. the LEE JUDSON & LEE. hundred and tad ...
4 : year. and the London Quarterly"? one fourteen, one h
the Es are ndrd'iidl;
; I by De Cottes.-Justices District No.-., ALL persons having demands against P., B.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of Tory : the Edinburgh Beview "Whig and the teen, one hundred and sixteen: ; one
of Peter Dalztel, late of Columbia. ; huaCfrPla.
Inspectors.William Braddock,James L.Christopher within Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original "Westminster." Radical._ eighteen one hundred find nineto. _i L.t .
t .. ; : and David Turner. County, deceaned will present the same firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection -1 pn. and twenty,one hundred -' -* """Wl
The price of the RE-PRINTS is less than andt'nry
At ThomastiUe Precinct at the house of William fix month tn the subscriber, or they will be bar one- two,car.
ij : I he withdrew some time has dred and twenty-three,
.' forever. ago, resum- third of that of the foreign copies, and while one hundred,>o4 tirr k
I -
+ Thomas.-Justices District No. -. Inspectors.Abram -
ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & four one hundred and
Jl THOMAS' B. FITZPATRICK, they are equally well got up, they afford all that twentj-m.:together.iiil
Bessent William Thomas
z I :. Administrutor Ex officio. Judson, and assures. his friends that the newconcern ; advantage to the American over the English the portion of ihe following named lob;.
James Odiun. shall have the same pre-eminence in ered by the donation often
t' reader. acrr*. .
i.k i. 2'.dt'
AUigntor Feb. 19th. 1847. 6m ii
. u t At Clay Hill Precinct.-.Justiees District No. this branch of trade, which formerly .distinguished TERMS : TuilnhaM Railroad Company 'ttS J.II'.

I.; -. Inspectors.EdwardB.BrannamUenrY NOTICE. the other two houses to whieh he be PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE.- bered fony-wven, fifty-nine, sixtyeventy.twu Ietn.

yp. Bennett, John Moore. *ons having demands the .. longed. June 25,1847. ly For any one of the four Reviews '$3 annum. < .severitythreeeightytwo, & '
per against ,
: 4 Polls to be opened at 9, A. M., of said day or ALL and f.ineiy-four. '
. .43r4 : thereafter and to close of Jolm C. Clyde, Inte of Columbia For any two do. 5 .
-us soon as practicable, The off..ri'g of
*'$ P.M. County, deceased, will present the same within NEW STORE FOI any three do. 7 Co. theabovfrnentionrdjottrommenced itiw',
five the
sat ((5)) o'clock m
I six month For all four ofthe ,md rr
totUe subscriber Reviews 8"For
; or they'will be barred
; Witness iny.hand this 29th day of June A.D forever. THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co Blackwood's 3" the name order which they riadf1 niHI.ftt
.s 1847. WM. F. ,RA TREE under the.stylerof ,Magazine, all ronti nipnt dispatch,.until the
, t ;: THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK. For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews 10 whoLo.hallla1t
: Judge-of Probate County of Dnval. been offcrrn, and the sale lhu eln.,4.. :
Administrator l Kx: WRIGHT CLUBBING .
-July- 9th, 1847. _______________ Alligator, Feb 19th, 1847. Cm Four copies of any or all of the above works nail sale hall not be kept open longer than! l :
In Chancery. HavFrvnte1'thestore recently occupied by Mr.. B. will be sent to one. address on payment of the nn private entry tu any l lotwiU be iilrcf

OIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, In Circuit Court. P. CUTTER and would .now solicit that portion regular subscription for,three-the fourth copy .until after the exnirationt'f the '' ''

.- : "IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGH.. EASTERN CIKCIUT or FIXIKIDA. or public patronage who desire to purchase. being gratis. GIVES IInd.r.ms..arHl.' at hp (',W55144

, John:.W. Robarts, } County of Dnval: In Ckancery.Jcn .' GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. IJ Remittances and communications must ihnu.'nnd ron, this twentyfimtdav ffohl of M.y,Anne Di ...J
.". vs. > Bill for Divorce. C. PeI6t & Charles H.01/ itntin..Ian.l fJr'.tIftt' :
) be made in all cases without to the
; They are now receiving and will expenses the President
H. keep constantlyon By ; .
Permelia S. Robarts, ) Administrators of all and singular > "
I publishers-the be enclosed in letter "
hand, of money may a -
: TT..appearing to the Court from the Bill filed the Goods ansi .ChauPI tRight" andCredit n geneial assortment directed JAMF.sK.rO. ,
> : J ,post-paid, to the publishers. RICHARD '
' *1 1CH : JLt in this cause that Permelia S. H. Robarts, of James D. f)clot, de- for I'ro- Dry GoodS Groceries, Boots, N. B. The Postage on all these Periodicals, ? is Cnmmiounn..r M. YOU H" '
I the Defendant in this resides out of this I. rntlBill ditrt- i-f the Grn nl bnd'OEc,.
case, eeBse/ Shoes Hats &c. reduced the
late P st-Oftice
hntion of by < law to one
: p State, so that process of law cannot be served v-> !! as-, Which themselves fell AT third the
.: of l they pledge t' THE former rates, making a very important
upon her, according to law. Herman Hooker &Chnrjes Eyingtate&c.&c..- LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, a* an ,inducement saving in the expense to mail subscribers. NOTICE.In .
i ; IT is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said ton, a" Hooker & }Hyington: """c and for for CASH CCSTOMKBS to call and examine. In all the principal Cities and Torcns pursuance of th. piovwii>ri.ofgre she Art"
,. ; j Defendant be and before the Circuit N. Risdon. William M. Ri-tdon nn .n, .i".-d 2-1
b :'' appear Having come to the determination to keep NO throughout the United &ates to which there is a ap'r .March. 1833,. tilftd. h.i
f{ Court of Hillsborough county, to be held at Chnrleit F. Leeds & James B. Injunction.Baggs.a BOOKS, and to buy their Goods principally direct Rail Road or Water communication, from 'Act:to e tablii>h a lewD 'at St. Marks"ihe !
? ; i tampa on the second Monday in Octobex A. D. Risdon, Leeds & Baggs, J'' for the Cash they will bo enabled to sell them n* the city of New York these Periodicals Kill be ter and Rererv- of the Land Office'>l>> Ta

*,:,. 4; litiw :17, and defend said suit, or the same will betaken et. al. creditors, &c. &c. CHEAP CHEAPER than they can be purchased delivered FREE OF,POSTAGE. see,.will IM* quired prior to th...day: ..i..

w k as confessed. I having been mndt tn appear to thesatisfaction ( elsewhere. EDWARD; WRIGHT, i LEONARD SCOTT & CO Publishers Rgrertain "the' value of any ifflirmentfnt| .,iiUri

: : And that a copy of this order be publishedin of iho CIJ:lit by affidavit, dint neveral of EGBERT POINsE I"T. 112 Fulton,st New York., DIllY |lilt v.. l iNS mad**" qo IhA lot* !ile I 'iBte4 |"|

one of the newspapers of this State,for the the Defeidtunnwi1 in. the.Sill of Complaint filed N. B. Hides and other country produce takenin Aug 13th 1847 ,. this pii-rlanTmiun r'opei'iivehr, "and the '//wr JiI0. !
; space of three months, according law. in the above entitled canst reside out of the exchange fur Good ff JuhhcaaJe of any lot uion whirl'..MFii'

';t GEO. W. MACRAE, Suite; of Florida, ami I.>yond the Jurisdiction of Jacksonville, March 19th. 1847. ly NEW AND CHEAP MONTHLY PUBLICA- such improvements other than' the oor,_...(,

J1' 4$ .$ Judge Southern Circuit Florida.A thi Court Therefore motion. of G",gory TIONS. 4a11,jii! addition tu the siirc.tu.be p 4tnihU., ,}.;

t true'copy,: Yale, F"q., Solicitor for said'Complainants, BAPTIST TELEGRAPH Only One Doliar: ,a Y r. SIl.tPIl.. .lw.. ais111wMy i. 'required, fa pajtntaV
,J 1 E. A. WARE, Clerk, .. IT is ORDERED, Thktl1IeI'ehlHirtnan1-Ionker "v'r .f'the linprovemints. the 'vifliei1j i(
i;' By J. W. ROBARTS, D. C. and Chji lis Byinsion, as Hunker .& 'Byington; AND To commence in October next, and toe issued II*. 'hlllC reriained ; .and,.if payment. thyAt-

July 9th, 1847. 3m Isaac N. Ri.id() i, William M. RUdnn Charles FLORIDA EMIGRANT. regularly thereafter on or about the fifteenth tthall.llot be.mmle siponthe! daywiwbkh"Ha ; .UWSMT

$ $::4'.1 Leed. and Jarnes B. Baggs, H* Ridnn, Leeds& of every month. pun'lu".d, th. lot .lull bV-agaia' ofl>rWi|
:i.1 In. Circuit Court. Bagg*; H. G. O. Balicock; James B. Morgan; ; THE Subscriber propose tn puMish in' the, ,public! sale on the next day lifiiil; **;ami'"facnfffn.in '

EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, Henry Bacon; John Mallery ; Che,ter Bixbee, & Jacksonville, Rut Florin, a monthly GODlfY'S ulinll' not lx rapable ot Incoming the'pnrrblii*.

.. j COLUMBIA COUNT, TO WIT: Jacob Guue,,>n, OH C. BUbee & CV.; Amos P newspaper of the above title. It shall hf neutral or tljitorof ny.viherloitfiVrfdHllhatrpuliw J itfroviddl. ;
1 December Term 1847. in politics 'shall. contain REPUBLICATION OF THE TWO MOST POPTJUUt.WOEKS
; general intelligence
Shumway, nmi others be required to iippear and ; hilt ifany lot MiofTerrtl nmlbi,ufsi
;j Archibald 1L James B. and in Religion, shall be frank' and L"l UEOPEBLACEWOOD'S : :
1 explicit. i'o.if
anrtwersaiit Bill of Complaint! within four months I dnyorihe r puMic sale hall not l L I,
1'1. !'re the same will .be tiiken MS confegspd! Hgainsl rBpt'r. pnid (for th* same. 'be entered at .
4 t. &,using the name and' Attachment: them. Baptist denomination in the United State, And Gazette of the Fashionable. World.. upon paying to ihe mny'UnitedStalestllie'sraifwhich prtratelwi!
: j style of Cole &Brothers, Sura sworn to and, shall be particularly -devoted to the interest ALSO' '
IT is FURTHER OunhRKit Thnt of tbiOr4rluly it bid.
,. a copy ,was nS.,and to rile jowner of iitbf
r .. 'VS. $171 50 certified by the Clerk of this Courl, of the Southern And South Weern| States. Th. THE LONDON WORLD OF FASHION, pr.v.ments' -, 'the ncfriuofdBy i ,

LJ .' Hezekiah A Nash,'and MerBond filed for published in some N,*vvpapt>r printed within,. the secular and Religious improvement of the peopleof And Continental Feuilletons. tlip'"ltf.9' ,.'.previously'J ..'i.'

4 Tick Barnes, partners, &. constituting 343 00 EHbtern Circuit of Florida, once a week con.pcutivflv Florida. U shnll consider as its paramount obli- The Price of which two Works in England is .the Act of C.>np.'*' aforesaid the a.bbVl*

., i the firm out. A. Nash for four month-. gnlion. To reprove vic, to promote; virtue to elevate $12 year. prf i. of earh town lot M fixed w Pl1 j
7 p & Co. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. the mind to the wnt"hipnfth." true GOD. and; fj .As repnblished by the .subscriber"they I Iaraa.d. '{ lUb out lot, attweniyli dol

: ) fllHE Defendants. and all others interested I, OSCAR MART Clerk uf said Court,. do In improve the vrnrdiy condition mankind. wilt will cost only S1ayearBLACKWOOD'S ; acre' a

S 4 .L- are hereby notified of the commencement hereby certify tl.o above to bAi. true copy nf liir lie its leading feature : ',. RICHARD: YOUNGS: '

: : :. of the above entitled suit by' Attachment, returnable Order duly ma
to the December Term of said Court, bove t-ntiilcd .c.auo 'iiii the seventeenth of 1 F MX ( "pie$5; nec pyl. ,Advance.payment, -
day ,
i .
S to wit-the third Monday in December next- April A. D. 1847. will b expected in all cases. .r .t 7 : -t'

.,Ii 4 S S aad are required to appear and plead to the t. : 'IN WITNESS WHEREOF; i G3p A letters addressed to the Editor, ,., must For Torcn and Country-Denoted. to, :Bellts S.. W., DOGGETT'S"' "' : : ':1

: ieclaratiou therein filed according to law. ? .L.S > hereunto *et my h.m4; nndstfix the Ii-nl i be post )'aiti. .. Letters, Music, Fine Arts,.Fashionsc.., ,. S E M IN ABr r. lI'
JOHN P. SANDERSON, ) of said Court. N. B. The firt number 'will be issued on the The well-known celebrity in Europe andthis, .;

... : Plaintiffs' Attorney OSCAR HART. Clerk.. first Tu'elctayinJlJnE'np'xt.. .; '. : ., country, of Blackwood's" Edinburg Magazine, THE course of' instruction 'ponwed rrw'

Alligator, F.loridJune, 25, 1847. 4m April 23, 1847. 4m u JAMES MCDONALD -Editor., has induced the subscriber to commence the republication i founded upn'Iwpdsdpl'1I'

1 --- Jacksonville. Fla.. April 30ih,.1847.:' of this fashionable London Monthly.. duction, .and anul.,,. .Student*vvl ;" ,
In Circuit Court 'f
,' .!It is a matter.of;surprise that the republica-; jed to enter college, may.bere,'pur. o*!h ?
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. 'lOUbtII11 8rotDt FORWARD ALDRICH- site tudiea ;;.hUe tttosefwba '., d
t. tidn .of ithis! work; was not,commenced: some rit* lIrI_

., .- COLUMBIA COUNTY December, TO,WIT: Watchmaker Jeweller.. ATTORNEYS .AND .COUNSELLORS. . ,AT.. .'!. ..W.c years since. On looking over some of the late for! prnfeii on;ran',eleetucliv branck'1
; Term 1847.. ;; No.' 5 MAINSTREET.Respectfully O" Will numbers befltll'tiq their ohjecU.iaUfe.' fTIi
Isaac P. H rdee and Robert < I practice the several, 1 Courts ofLaw_ we find them filled with Stories; and .
\ inform the citizensnf.Jacksonville and F.qu4y-in, tKo Eastern Circuit of FIcri4a-j.J .-, Poetry and Narratives,; the most of which fall regulation of. the institutionwith .In' :: !.i;
Hardee merchantsandpart. 4
; .- Attachment: nnd its vicinity.thnt WM. A.:; FORVVAUP, St.._Augustine. but little. behind those published in the Edin.; the single i I design "cprmonpglh; IntlA

: ( ,new; trading under the name, Sum sworn to,I! U'h e hii\'fern ved to the. brt ;!/rim.'t Louis,ALDRICH, Newnan "ille. ., .,( t' ,1' burg Work.and many.surpass eveathe'emanations nl and'moral advancemeniof its enjThe. .> t4f
and firm of L P. & R. H. '06' 1
style $154 "
diicii linei i !
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; ; from strictly ps
'mediately mljuining tlieOfie' ; 'the Giant intellects,the contributors -* '
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re -
_ Hard, .Bond 'filed for en ly(..occupied, as the'priliiing WM.( F. CRArBTREE;.? to the great Northern Magazine.' The best The:Precfplor Jesresto t cultivate) > < ;: with-Wttpil
vs.- $30812. T ; habits ef kind], .arUTamHfaMnfeitto ,
Nickabud Rauleraon, office'of the"Floridn, ,$totp man."and i,',now prepared : ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR,4T.LAW. writers of the day contribute its pages.It .- } i thero ilierl & t
influence > an,8"eal o'fprinciple *
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j Defendant and all others interested lOl"ICPC, r'hh' prnmptiturle.all. order conndited '. Ja 1dvzll 'F la. now"beenpublished seventeen;-years the heart ban Jt sad dl.
are .tfa ,
lhI >j,$ef regrarefulpnn'fshnrent. J
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THE :London
: with the Hhove line. WILL ''* ? and has a circulation,.exceeding' > ""
; to business entrusted;
notified of"the commencement of any )hi* hnnd* ? .
Mr. Groihe, wouM" through, Scotland Ireland t -*>v- < *-, -r* '0:0' .
England .r
in i70OOO.copus
the above entitled suit by attachment,returnable iilp *ny.tlmt h& nan deter* any of the Courts in tie'Eastern Circuit of j "An accurate account of the deliflquence* "
: mined cJ.n6f1P his attention i-i/f I" "'"***; V and the continent :It is trans. ? .nl
i in fiituro .
Honda. .I Europe.
to the December Term of aid Court, to wit:: exchisiyply'Vi 'L _i- ry scholar, and aliiaof''thexJegreaof-atraioflrf '.
the third Monday in: December next and are 'work'in'! ihpe bran hes. Herenders hi .F.E LJ X'4L.l V latea into"several' of tha continental languages ( kri4.:*.,t'op'y._ r. .which.,account,|!InreonpeJ t
I Imnks the u1. :: IJiG1S TO-N: -it 1 the instance ,of ,English
required to appear and plead thd1l&t '[ "to "mf"'rif' who have tjjven him > ; being only [ ani with iheregubtrerm.JUtranftnhted .
therein filed according to law .jStI {heir patronage, and trusts that his exertions- here ATTORNEY AT .L.Wi.K "ii W' )Magazine,receiving.thit coment.Tbepubllcat4on .- *parent--! ? ni gHan3rnnwbumiy: : 'desire.it., .

W MAlligator ; lYES Plaintift'A i Hftef will be.such a* to.meiit it. < .Jacks nilleFl > ', will commence.in; October TERMS iiJR'A aissios or'T1ULvC WUlit:

yit .i tjFrom.lons: practise in, big. Business, .he ,feel "Will'' aH Court. next, ,and will be continued monthly;. .
A / E.F.'July,30th, 1847ii.4nju: : practice in the ri tho Eastern:. i :HiherBricb. > < : J !OfI'"JJ.
kr;*: N TICE. q. J.o/i., timaelf.competentjo, :,give i satisfaction,,'n hH", bis, Circuit,;' : MaVfh.19V "*11.u. '6m': :' _<. ,The publication. ;price. of..the,above work inLondon .Co .mon.D,anchei. .. ,. ,*, 't..t'3'
l be. is
charges 'w.!" moderr.te"altd as reasonable. as. r $.,' > M Latin and Grpeli 'Cl lassies..Vxtra.LesionVm '

ALL"'r rsons concerned..or .interested, are those. 'f.rdl. .,f'l'oith ... ,'r.J:: J"/'t-' AUGUSTUSJC.1'GILLETT, : ;. :: ..l J 4 : .-,'. _. t.-' ", '.'-'

SI ? to take. notice that the deT4n. N., B..Clnek.and ,Watches repaired to.; the. t'tn' ATTOaNETJthD' TCoTcf NSELLpR:>,AT*LAnd3 'V; ,TaB:LONDo.N.VOBLD-FASHIONS, .- c, y : J'O.'t" : j'Lll'
iedinT compliance,with anact of the 'State ofirdvideforthere r llnpr nnd atthe noHr.e. >J "" ''* '" ;
: ?horlest Commi jsloner' of Deeds.pl7ihe'StiYe, fJ AND HCOSTHtENTAt FEmLLETOSfS. $.: r\ny pupUbdrawomgheSbool JI
: "AD.'t & | p'f Cont !
Florida entitled ct t ,
Jacksonville r ; .
Dec26,1845.i. "
: 4 estsblis1nient of the Records'co the,'Countyxof'i ! ,.- !/ : ,""* tic t, within' ..and. fo7 the State of Florida '' A":MonzMp.Publzcazs4r;tM:CouiufZondok"and end t of the_session,:j xcept .forfreaiop 1C

Columbia, and forother! purposes.' "' Approved' < r -t) \ -; -NOTICE. 4 -. :-4-.' ., I'; .tJA, KS NT'liil' t'ir' :.z.1 9p. Paris;:Dedicated '.to'ionaaJ&l 'Br1& LftFa4- Principal! approvet/will I.be/required' ioanexpiredipiirt'ofihatiiessron #f'1
3iq January6th.l847;." They have thisrday filed 4'LL; persons I interested,an Jwreby notified that' 1 : CHARLES H.".P.ELOTt' r 62 >/.11 "- *Fashunst. ..., .t.1."P
t! In'' the Clerks ''Of ce'ot the Circuit Court l' .t1 Six'MbnthV afief tbe'dnle hereof the irn4e,- ATTOBNE1T'ANDff VNsBt ot >A T' .w t." I !:.Arll. 10". ..:4'nearres, y-Co ." .' .: a pupil fat f occasional i absence. IH 'caes, '.

said County paper writing purporting to be' signed AdminiMrntrix. ,end.Adrnin'utratbr'fwilhtha 'Wilt practice i & beraiCounsrihe'Eaii'eii : : n Edited. by severat' Literary and'Fashionablehar .... ". ".<"" iracterl sickneu/requiring1 pupil! I*1 I
m in substance : \vilannexi| qfje Standlev.d eased. cters .V. ". .f-'J' > ."
last Will and i.e < will I ,
copy Test % : ; '- drawn'from the j JZ
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Cicuit f FI"mdI&1' d wmi'o
: meat of Henry.Jones;late of said<5ountyaecea; *. -r rt| ltl the.,:.Hc'ti:Ji dge/of. Pr .ht.) fpr AIachuuCounty llii' i1re. will:meel with'promnrtttentidn.54) | n1irtiul'T. '., f'c;:to/{ :I.- he.wi two'Worka.will Iw ftuu4"aU the, ,load,. ., Scbwolj. h'proper. ... .. .._>.. I
j for of Lbiidon Paris the l cities -
the finaj ,and -
Gossip -
ed original of said last > nnd menf ,_ n spttlemenl of ihejr accounts principal,
Will : aswiicK
\ 'Jacksonville; EF.fJunr4 ;' '.l' *& ratronacc i solicited M .
from .
... l.'orE j. f J ,! I
haTi gi been destroyed T. confidenceInT'tha aoJotWnal '
1 i of November last. And.that they will apply to lion ofiaid emaV ,. -" -> 7' fT. NO'l'ICE.: : b''f.:1' Description. of[the J v n'iDrawi" g RobH p :'i..my unqualified! < ?/T')_ abillrj t 1 $*--' 1,

the Circuit ,Court oCt wud County at the next DICEy.STANDLEY. Mnx.J.STANDLEY .: SIX "} $.alt'rdate';. r.hI&U.p ." t ml' .ties with'taccurate: "accounta;dfthe'''dresses'of.theLadies ff fc.schJFiql lj ..:finurubtPjE r/uHMf6.., ;
Term'of-said Court be>lieIdfiifuid'ifbir4U:L .!of'1 SEABORN .Adtnr.NewnansvlfleE.F. ., ;, tl and.voucHerV, a, EVfcut l'tprJ( 'r"'D-: ;:. J."O" bIernenS!',FeTea- pcriptibiiof ,"l| } is..flO\ll'.ID. .n4 ..
Tbebuiiding $
c County of Columbia onfftheithird June 4th 6m Br W'I Inte,of Na'siau'cminiy; ; cleCeIIIett, II;) lJ,!b&Hnndribl ,. every ew'OTOr"- "With "Monday inDeceml l847. }
4 _- ,...jl ..j__' ,_ .?.,' ;i,.. OJ the tl t stfuciureyrecehtly; erecWd. 'FrorioaLo ''? fj
f >er next vto have'Baia.Copy, Will 'established ---J"L t k.'% "*.t 't* 1- :3.--' ai'tf-- -V-1 "#=?-?a r*". ". "J tJ J"'lr.j'TlIbLte(4: sal1 county: ,, tbMm' : ePeTfomersT&c: :Tales bthbet 1 ki/i.rK/0/g: rcrk":: i' *.UT<- _J".1- *; .
iW in lieu i of said original, BO'destroed b. 'f 't'T"; "',;Administrator's Wbtlce:";" i'. fi' '. .$ ttleet or l\\f.i.i f4;::dtb1 a English_ Athors; etrj I.NeWui H ,'. iTh.1oe"iini&4J tfiicltkn.tnisiIeblk1?t

Itt?' fire'AI aloresaidL1:1J tW 'tlq: a JC hi.r..t 1I. SIXi MONTHS tt4;d jaiei I/hall'. _. 'ray' '.!! ,'mf.\\ irnejplffr'L: <'trt! tl .! cttI !! anr 1ta'N I; 4 {.ta., t 'tai1 M j. J S
lNtw'fa # Varit. !
wI:4: VILfTOVN >fExecutorMJINX ,. LvoucKrr,kns'Bdmtni tfator"of t .r!! r 't r45)1 ti 2 ,9 >... .<1. ,ii l't1. .A"ni. i'. ,', ,jonabk rates lii re.iwitt4 tamilzu' in t ft tle1lobi'ifI

;!: .J.th ,MARY JONES, Executrix! ihsjset4Iohn'M rnrelaupC \;Puval county! ftiide.taa.re. ..', ,lI .4fsIe1. '.iohuie, .Icnce.M, ':.'' ..,', ti .....',., .,.. ,i. .n':,'.'T. ,. f -- .. >.", h. ., ;, t.: .,M.tt). ; }8.6'. ,;H
L deef.ased o ;he U9.JucIgiof Pr batjjfor jjid JnHN -"VE PO..t" ecutor : to,.th"t. t., : ..' '. : .. : ."'. 'v .
Alligator, July 23,1847.1uSS-V.3nMr | : / t : March'I2ihI ': ; \{ 'H.; e'pUDlW'JO: Qn..pnee.o l\TOr.. ...., .r --r ;
1 -', AdnJAIstrator'sNot1ce. '" onunty. for a final :settlernent( C s aidestatei4! 847."1. !" "# ''i: ;1, 'R Ii "( ,,T'.;. "d".on., ,"ii'!. "A.M,4:;.1, .'. -1-. "".."# c fo'.r.' ,.'. I" & "fVO ICE.. .'ltJlt- :
: .,. : )' --tJ \f .4"Fi '
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: shall at'thfl snme:tim',appjy'for 4ettnfs"of dismiision ;..1t. ". "'O''IC t'>& c AIt i "bi.d.Io. :h,
IKMONTHS afterfaf, lhall I" 'i'rt' J.\I".J : n JiaedefL.eJ .
[ ; '
makeappli- '
i > : rr rts such odminbt nitiir, of which Rll,personVintereitfd p \ tQ 1'fl. taflf ti ?rJ1l .uodq .-,New. Monthly fu D L.::$ : ..twe1artl' ;
i l p "t in'said eituie, hredeiiredin>.take notice; tji!'. ) cI' .,_ "J" ..> ';'fr ,:t -s <'L for the County of'Alachua;for a filial setUement' u't rll,l ;J Hf'! : ,: \, '.... aDfJm... dntnflIJatp.ra1 .t,.I"Jf
___ ,. of my, / $puntBitia;jroncherst as'Adminiatnitdr5of : tA| nl9l': ;'47.IVeotlr.: .P4f JAMES' rACKERAdmr.' : ; ofj'rtbst,,JorIe LC 6tpty'of, q..N: .f. *pvpyr.ft All'.t''S.' rc1ei:".t'' munie''" !' <.,d-'-", "" 4 :'-2 ; .iit .ae'nI 1 Ul tf' dpr.w.:f:ildWI ,

I the'estate of Joshua Miller(late'of Mid coun !', t._; ,; i : ;; .E J lihaetiTs, .tlt"ll'I !n"Apo ji: ., n ;. :" '" ''t;, r.tt ? -1iQ'in : i1a-i.y;! }, 4* E1IZABTH'.CRThEM
: f-y 5<*M '<0l-' ;..acjfii JtJ",y... %. ui'.- ;i,Vfijsflieif., (;. JI ,! a..t4 ({ 8rt ,EV Opi'onI.:. ok '44 t"'CL.U.I; Ureat.reeIWA'. 1t t It,. 't"AdmJR"lrlltnx,'(n .6P..1It.t. ij.t
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