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: September 3, 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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not marked with the number agrl logs, '' .or3.arm .
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1jAJvrrtL3rnefltS there themselves back ,fragments with:an 'explosion th .was .
,will be continued until forbid ficers as if they vere out sunning ; '.lAJw r o a dukYOhi )1th6eiItt :
r&on" for. instead standing within the blaze, the ;heard for miles around .'!"V.tt. : J: .at ': "( 1 S frb1 thiUabrj 'seathaW.sI n'oftfie-diso6Tery,of' a.. ,J;i .
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all two hundre-i can- Thus ended one of the most brilliant. actions .toDiu,
'J1Fjv dollars will; be charged for announce.'oI'canJiJates smoke and uproar of nearly "' 51ljiO.\.DAS.t heJ{ .tt.a ,;there iSl&U\.aJ1" ,
= would take the from of the Revolution.S j; :cient' by is thbughfctd be an asteroid -. "
for oBice.Skatrt. non. 'Now nnl then he pipe 1" 1lO d" cir u : t;:the.bas- boll 3Cl '
for Six Months. : : *10 00 his mouth, to shout forth ''fire!' or give some S '*That"& 'small'garrison, and Creditors : : 10 00 made of ;and''sand .should ('ibm magnUude>nd' ras;: first,,8eeaJuiy..l1847.The -
;5ciee to Debtors order and then commenced puffing away again green logs attempt od itgiiiallytirofeet(fbya k 8 mptb..b1Y1
indication for Letters of Administration inserted gratui-5 00' and- talking-thus, presenting a strange mixture :contrary.to the best military'atIviCwith,thirty. I : indi: met r;WhICh ds;almoot. -c nit,first'seen by;Rrof.Maury., on the 7th !4
AU religious notices will be of to the fire of, ,July, in 1rsa M4iC'i8;
rf of the droll and heroic. The of one pieces artillery, overwhelm tally dciLyedfrom.age. hrfewdays.sucesci -
communications WI1rged those spectators in the distance-many of whom; ,a fleet of nine vessels,'will ever be a matter of ? boys4ug into.the mound;.andnearlyun-- j
'rt-AH admissable personal .
in the astonishment. But that they; should actually der the F m.l1U1 ity n:.Pa r says that a. 4
advertisements. hall husbands and brothers fight, were stump; at t1 (d pth of three'feef,'a eletonwas i
.tba bills 118 for Job Printing must be paid on the far more agitated than they against whom that: :'succeed, and after maintaining the unequal found/much' decayed*'but"portions ofitjn !;lady officer,if she.wanted,to pvfe the'Word'halt'
fjAll: ,combat for eleven hours come off victorious,'is. a',f to he .troops,would do somewhat in this wise {
of the work. fearful iron storm was raining.After :Aegree..of.preserVatidtt; Near the '
ieJiIer7 iTAht commnniCnfja must b, addressed to the fi2ht; had continued for several still stranger. Lee could hot contain his delightat head were found.tw o stone hatchets, an/arrow; "jfou' :soldiers' ,:a Lofyo ,;Ww.mind Ioider; %' ii!

6lJ.ITT & HAZlARD. postage paid. hours, Lee. seeing that ,the. "slaughterpen"held the result. All his ,arrangements,'for a retreat head,: a"S one"plp and far."inore gingular: r-ii .'you as. sobn as'fljhaTef Jnished speaking, .to", n

--- '- out so well, passed over to it in boat. and had been'useless-indeed 'Mo 1trie told S lot of platesp1:apparently- isinglass :which :are ; dstil1 every: one ofypuron. the.you .-. tw ero" :,

-LOVE IN A COTTAGE. remained for :1. short time. Accustomed as'he him they would, he declaring he never had any cotered with lines and hieroglyphics o'f different; happen .to:bel:* ,?"don't. ,yon- ,*"nelr*me lh 1t'I 5 .=.-:: Ih. l

BY WILLIS. was to battle, and to the disciplined valor of intention of retreating., and<..beautifujmanshipbtokn, < lqrs., \The.cplqr8iand"work.:: (say. -alVof. you I" ., 5. )ichaii .' 11 LJ

lo"e.in cottage European troops, he still was struck with astonishment a moreMtancechuid entirely 'Statist i.'On: th : st'h s. thedty "", W> i
tvv way talk of a< at the scene that presented itself as he UNCOLORED ACCOUNT OF A. COLOR d/fferebts te' :tliftaf tU i ht1e R liere.. of NewfYork wntained' '
il bowers of trellised VIne- S t tore iIitl 5,266 .dependants upon .
stood DUEL.
approached There Moultrie. quietly i. sId l tribes: "i
its 'almshouse :e b1bH"hmcn -
bewitchingly simple, ; "we '" _..
! M TflHwe half divine smoking his pipe while the heavy and rapid explosions A duel between two darkies-a regular built Some of;thefplates *efe Tdestroyed but;there 'cbildr&i 'itiiis and,m' ..the':nursery 1,130; 'f" '. "
InJ. milkmaids ; kl'pt up such a deafening roar that one affair, conducted according to the.,most strict are.fifteen preserved They are-circular. ,oval
I the of sleeping 'pen8ioI ers1lOO'; transie 1l ,400, m. 1 F
ifcraay talk of. pleasure tree could hardly be heard, though shouting at the and punctilious provisions of the code cf honor; in shape, and about seven inches by ten in size. the almshouse in BelIevue.J4Ospit4$26 paupers, ;
! In the shade of a spreading voice and there stooping their off one fine last wee The A pipe-bowl finishedrfrom"stone ; ; *
top of his over -came morning beautifully : city prison-127 .lunatic .408 'fi
fields at asylum
Ajd t walk in o'f the free pieces, wove those raw gunners, firing 'with the fight took place with pistols of the mosttipproved was also found, the bowl;rof whi h:.,fc?nearly hospi:13: ;*penitentiary; ,445.,. nursery.< i; i
side a footstep
Bj the deadly precision of practised artillerists. Ama- fashions, at sunrise, on a small 'branch of round,.rises from, base,on the bottom which fi
fleet two hun- the Metairie road. do know wlatth are the S. ,' *"*"< -v ?" *'a'i .
me a sly flirtation zed to find an English carrying We not flgu.res'1461 Measures have been ta- Singba! Lomciqence.-r man- .,was.sentei S '- .. $ -
Bat give the light of a chandelierfjth dred and sixty guns, kept at bay by thirty cannon origin of the difficulty.was, .except tha!one oi ken nder the' supervision bf.s.qm .''intelligent to the House of Co'rwctioh SpHngfiehi/M!; .:. .

By music to play in the pauses, and lour hundred men, he left the fort to the parties, to use the,phraseofone of the.spec- : citizens, farther to expIore'thissing mouhdjThere by Judge Wells, recently :for stealing watdxfrpm -.' ,

And nobody very near ; its brave commander, and returned to his old tators, "was crossed in lub' by de oder,and' lat' it little doubt that.these -plates: contain the ; the4store ,.of.Jonathan; Bangs. ;iTheT same- .. '

seat on a silken sofa, station. him liona must hab satisfaction." f-:: history of some former race tltat has vihalitedihis' man was sent to the State 'Prison sixteen years I

Or With a a glass of pure old wine, Amid the hottest of the fire, the flag staff was We have learned, from one who was present country, and farther discoveries be, awaited, ago'for;; stealing the same'watch from the:sairie" i

And JIllmtoo blind to discoverThe shot away, and the flag dropped outside of therainprs at the combat, the particulars as they transpi with impatience: ,nail,inthe same .storey;. and belonging''to'the ii ii
the beteh.Then it fell the red. They were substantially as follows S *
in mine. ;
small white hand: upon .-: ., /: :i? : ,
people of Charleston were filled with dispair, Alter having taken their stands, one qf the A very amusing description is giVen.in the .

Your love in a cottage is hungry, supposing the fort had surrendered ; and men seconds noticed that, owing to their positions correspondence thex.New,. .Orleans papers,of The Louisville ': peisreecntlytoId o(a mys .
Your vine is a nest for flies- were seen hurrying though the streets with the sunbeams set his principal a winking androlling an individual ncar-Seguin in Mexico, who cal terioustransatjon.: ,Lady goes tp clothing store ri if!14

four milkmaid. the Graces pale faces and tearful eyes. But the firing did his eyes. This was sufficient ground led himself ColoneL He desired to I sell-some .:buys suit bf gentleman's toggery.to fit-rdrives i1 :t'

And simplicity talks of pies not couso, and soon that: flag was again seen for interfering, and he called out to the'other lots of lands, and said he, "buy.'here'gcntlemen'. in. carriage untenanted bunding__enters it tl !

You lie down to your shady slumber fluttering amid the smoke. Sergeant Jasper, second with- S if you wish to make fortunes, here's,the location 1 doffs..her::sexual habi1i ent&- nthee,intended j
And wake with a bug in your ear., when he saw it stretched in dishonor on the "1 say, nigga, I puts my weto on dat posishun fora magnanimous city.;.we' r.at
And your damsal that walks in the morningIs sand, leaped over the ramparts, and walking the Its &hi do rules ob all ,de codes ob hona. 1'be of navigation. Next year 171fput up'a lawyers. .The Cincinnati papers give a romantic finale;.to' tJ :

hOl like a mountaineer.True whole length of the worm, though the balls cbcr seCIL Do frection ob Ie sun shine' rader fixins a pothecary doins., rind a blacksmith's the ,affair;. .Lady-in pants meets "drayman s' 31

were crashing: felrful1yaroul1d him, picked it too severe, and makes my principal roll him institution, and afterwards regular cimetary; gives him.five dollars to take hereto Mrs. Jsl .. I
love is at home on a carpet; up, and calling for a cord, bound it to a sponge- eye allogeJer too much. where all the folks from thecircum-jasper: coun- who keeps house of il1-fame-thq'th.t f ; J

And mightily likos his ease- staff, and coolly mounting the logs, planted it on "Wy,wy, look here, didn't we chuck up a dollar ties will send in their boys and girls ,of both she asks for Mary Mary appears- the J :

And true love has an eye for a dinner, the bastion. As it again shook its folds in the for de choice ob ground, and didn't I get sexes'to be McAdamixed into a college edicatiou. unknown is her,Sister_ -they. embrace_weep- ; ;
And starves beneath, shady trees, sea breeze loud shout went up. followed by an hifn myself 1:' Then I'll instruct ameetin-house,and the stores leave and again. vanish. 1

His wing is the tim of a lady, explosion which made that ((IsuretreUlble. Yes, .1 knows you did ; but den fair plays a and taverns will spring up in course. 1 can't do ." "

Hi foots au invisible thing, EviTy nun WAS a hero, and, borne up by that julia, and l'se no notion ob seein' my fren composed this till next ,year, '<08'.1 hav'nt got hard cash 1 'A. Valuable Table.-The-following table.com t i..4 i}. .

And las arrow tipp'd with jewel, lofty enthusiasm which inspires the patriot in upon and lose all de adwantage. enough yet, and I'll have. nothing to_do with piled, from thecalculations of J.M., GarnettTEsq ltl

And shot from a silver string. every age thought only of the country for Well nigga I'se no notion too, J'se jus as darned black bills; let & man offer me one,,and ,bf Va., will be,found.exceedingly: .valuable I I :

which he was struggling. Macdauiel, mangledhorribly : good, a right to hab no notion as you is, and Ii if I don't'make asacrement ofhimhoss me- Do to many of our mechanical readers- : l ,'.;.AA '. 'I. g!I

BATTLE OF FORT MOULTRIE. by a cllnuCn- llOt, was borne mortally 'sidls on settlin' the matter just as we is-and you see that well 1 I'll,put a pump.handle in- 'box 24 inches by'16 inches square aid.2S : : '
wounded from the embrasure' ; and as he was 'J I to it, and fix an anecdote to fetch the water inches,.deep:.will contain a barrel,,((5 bushels,) y t :'

I FEOS WAS1IIXGTOX AND HIS GENERALS,' BY carried pale and bleeding} away, cried out, At this juncture a friendly'cloud settled the through all the meandering and' turpentine or 10,752 cubic inches. .' f .
11 EADLEY.Onthemorliiflg Don't give up-you ardji;iitin:for ll'tt-tty( and matter at once by stepping in between the sun walks in my sass-garden, and the effects of the A box 34 inches by.1G inches square and 14 t

of the 2bth of June,the wind country:; At length the ammunition began to awl the belligerents. The two first causes again arrogation will be such, that the very air will inches deep, will.contain.half a barrel ,'or 5,370 1)t i5

I long fair, the British fleet hoisted sail, and fail, and Moultric hearing that a large force took their positions and all the.little preliminaries be polut ;with the .or uriferous execrations cubic inches. l\j1 .

I use steadily' up towards the fort. There were had ('fr:ctctl a landing some distance off, and being settled, each took his pistol ready protrudingfrpm the flowers:ifFm. an accou- A box 16 inches by 16.8 inches square and 8 ,

tine of them in all-two of fifty guns each,five was marching down to storm the works, relaxedhis cocke-J: from his second. Both manifested a tolerable cheur in 'anything, it's in' fl.o' ers. Til put tip inches.deep'will ,contain one.bushel, 2,150.4 !

I twenty eight, one of twenty six, and a bomb firing, in order to save his powder for the degree of spunk, although a bluish pile diarrhoea hi the middle or'em, for my.women I cubic inches., .5 f ". : ..f.t
I ressel In moment the rapid roll of the drums muskets, when it should .COUtC to a closer fight. ness spread itself over their black cheeks.. The folks to store the milk and butter, &c.; and then | Abpx.i2inches'b7/ll in 1( "sqnaraai ['8 ::1 } 1

behind the work, beating to arms, brought every Marion was hurried off to an American sloop, second who was to give out the fatal order run condition. through my house.andp' vision -| inches deep,win contain half pr-1,075.2 j q. !

mm to his station. It was a warm and a of-war for a supply, and another messenger to which might send them out of this world, now it .off, but'Hl run up a real edifice_ ,next cubic''inehes. 'J\'ftl' : .->rnA ttf.. H

I beautiful day-a light ripple just stirred the Charleston.) Both were successful. With the took his ground. liaising his voice he began year, and clap a chronology on the top, sp"that i "box.8 inches, by 8.4. inches square and ..8inches t I

I losom theUay, and all was calm and peaceful. fire hundred pounds from Charleston, Ilutledgc the ladies and gentlemen may-look at the stars deep, will contain one peck,or:3?. cubic : J

Is the \t 1 swept gracefully up to their po- sent a Lusty note, saying, "Ho/tor and victory '"Gemmen your time S am cutuP \and milky-way through a horoscope that I'll ex: I inches. f > *'--* I ,- 1f

ariousiMonltrWs ye flashed with delight; my good sir, to you and our worthy countrymen Both signified theirassent. pprtirpin/Galvestpiu--: At all at once, : 'el.A.,box ,inches ,by:S, inchw.square and,4.2inchesdeep S ; 'fe
and the men eager fur the fray, kept trainingtheir with you!" To this was attached the following '.Ls you ready 1 .Fiah! one'two,_three." as my womeif.folks'are'growing iip.aiio! getting ,rwill n.one gallon*or'2&.8't, : ,-, ., 'f' !I
guns upon them as they advanced. At postscript : :;1)3 not IJlJ.k.too. free. with Bang, pop, went both pistols at once,one ball more, and more costive and xensfte'on me cubic inches.. 'f't." : i 1 J. '

length. as they came within point-blank shot, your cmnoll-cool.; and Jo mischief? raising the dust in the middle of the road, while every year. Come in Gentlemen t us liquor P .:,A box, t.;inches.by.4, inches square,.and.4J8 \ f :

the order(o fire was given, and that low, dark The fire no'.v opened with redoubled fur .- the other took a "slantindicular' course in among nCh deep,will contain a half a gallon, .;.orl34.4cubio .- t' j j.
structure open its thunder. The shores shookto At first, as long intervals foliowl between eve tho bystanders fortunately without hitting i che.s. : : ,
the tremendous explosion, and in a moment ry explosion, nuking a feeble response to the any one. The Ounce Letter.: -The Philadelphia Daily A box.4 'inches by 4 inches-s Sun for the benefit of its subscribers
the wharves the steeples, and heights of Charleston heavy and rapid broadsides from the water, the it was now time to interpose, and one of the the publishes,article in relation to the inches deep wilL contain one quart or 675'cubic :

I were black with spisctators, gazing with citizens hud again tiiLIIlt., that resistance was seconds set himself about it. After a little conversation following '' ounce, inches. .- j i
lett -
I throbbing hearts on the volumus of smoke that almost over. The English themselves inu ill- the challenged darkey stepped for- r : .5 .5 i-
"We have been at to ascertain how .s.
I rose in:1 rust rIQu.l from that distant island.- ed tint the Americans were jrr.idualiy yielding; : ward anti said to his antagonist : great pains Donald's Hiute.-EerybodiliM: heartl of the .i I : I
much be transmitted for five cents/ An
I Without vessels but the first crash th.tt followed the arrival of ; can who in the tried ,
returning a shot, the steadily tlXigga Ls you satjsiiedf Frenchman being fight, :
half S .,.
I advanced until directly abreast of the fort- the ammuni don, convinced tin-in of tlwir error. "1 is"to /' S avoirdupois ounce"is.21 %< grains. Wafers "hurrah,"when he ought tp have crjed"enough.'? i. to

I then let go their anchors, and clewing up their The British commander, 1ii hug his shots had I $ is I:, and Fse glad to get off so.. Next 1 grain.' Sealing usual 'qwwt y.5grains. A London paper tells a,tory almost as'gobd.: I "
A sheet 172
I wils they poured in a terrible broadside. More produced so little effect, redoubled his efforts, time tiey catches dis nigga.out on sich a foolish foolscap weighs grains; It'is Of a Highlander':and Gael, the'latter of .j ; ,

I than a hundred camion opened at once, with and poured in broadside after broadside with exhibition as dis, dey'll. hab to fotchme, dat dey letter paper, 133.You Small send-a envelopes'letter-.30Q, 42 grains miles begged for' rter.11-' '"Quart' r1yefl ,.J 1
I such a wild uproar, that the boldest for a mo- such terrible rapidity, that there was Scarcelyan will for sartiu2'"Dertis large52. can : said Donald "By my 8Onll'Ce.me time to quari- j
sheet .
for 5 the of letter
I inenthe1d his breath. The battle had now fairly interval between the explosions. Once the my sentiments ezactly," retorted the cents with three containing bank : sealed with ter.,'mann, e'en be'contentit to be cut in t waj j :i i

I commenced, and the guns were worked with bro'idsides cf four vessels exploded together, i other. "When your onmortal instrument of paper, notes, in'ah wax ; making his head fly from. .his shoulder ,
or the letter with three bank notes envel _- S t.'t : j1
fearful rapidity. It was one constant peal of and when the balls struck the fort, it trembled def went off I declare I thought 1-was a gone 1 L .7- I J :
ope. Half a sheet of letter,paper,with a.half 1 The Constitutional Convention in Illinois haTe ;- S '
I thmier, and to the spectators in Charleston, iu every limber and throughout its entire extent child ; but I'se so happy now-gosh.1et's shake enclosed under A sheet with dime
that low the looked like vol- and hook.ls if about to fall pieces. eagle waiL a passed.an amendment requiring zis .to.have '
, spot across bay, a hands and go back to our abocations. singleiheet
half enclosed secured wafers. A
<*M breaking forth from the sea. Lee stood on All day long had that brave garrison toiled iu five minute's time all hands-enemies, and a by been citizens the.United, Statesforfourcen, .I j .J,
Haddrell's Point watching the effect of the first like slaves, anl now the sun was sinking be- darkies, friends, whites and all-were :on the of letter paper, with a quarter eagle years before they can be'eligible to the office'ofGovernor. 1

fire. When the smoke lifted, like the folds of a hind the distant shore' sending its level beamsa road home to work; perfectly satisfied with the enclosed an envelope, secured sealed,by.:wax.with a A wafer.sheet One of.flscajiin & a half ... .It. was. :adopted- by yeas,67. nays*. 61 ) J
nst curtain he moment the cloud of battle ere it deTparted. ; 5- : -
expected to see that slaugh- through sports of the morl1 1 .-N. 0. Pic. wax"br wafer.
w-pen'in fragments; bat there still floated I. Slowly the gray twilight began to sheets of letter paper,'sec.uredby the'orwn The Elephant? iii 'Danger -The Cincinnati )1i

ae fag freedom and beneath it beat brave Creel over the water, and at kat darkness set- To Multiplthe Potato from Thirty to a'Hun- These calculations are based upon r Times is responsible,for;the following story 1

leirtg, to.whom the awful cannonade was but tIed; on the shores and the sea. The scene now dred-fold. -it'appears not to be generally known letter paper now in use.. By.using very thin I ,AIr old gentl man..fl"Om the.conntrj,, whoseson H t

II I fjmphouy to the grand march of independence. jecajuc one of indescribable grandeur. !That that the potato' plant 'may be propagated more French paper, .a greater"number of sheets go to i has Volunteered in Captain Brbugh's 'comj- 9.ft;

." When the fight had fairly begun they heavy cannonade still continued and still the abundantly,, and with greater case than most the. half.ounce. of course.1'" _, _" I pany'Rbiigi iand Ready Cadetscwas, explain i 1m

thought no more ofthosc heavy guns than they spectators who lined the main 1I.lldJ and covered other plants. The shoots produce roots naturally : ': to oDe of'oiucitize;yesterda.y eadmira. "I'I'lUg

4idorthl'lr rifles; lllJ dclightL-d to find thuter the houses of Charleston, gazed seaward at every joint below the ground when 'Gat/ierziigs.-tA wine merchant in New" York, ble qualities: his son .possessed for a ol er.- 1

could wield them with such skill, stripped through; the gloom towards the spot where the planted, in the usual: wlI.yr to plant for propagation the.other day, received the follo"ng note after' The.pd mn having read the..call of the gallant' I

tSheworj., Their coats were hastily flung on battle still raged. Night had fallen on the island a small space of ground will be sufficient the fire in Water;st. S ; ,ctaihfrpatriotie yg.menwilo wished to '

S eeiie, and their hats with them-and in their and fort, and all was dark and invisible as the tubers may be placed close together; S .,"My. dear L- r,I am sorry to.tell ;-you that seef the':elephant remarked(WhyjSir,"'heaint'afeard mJ'

a1eeres with handkerchiefs bound about there, except when the flash. of the guns lit up when shoots have grovn'an inch or two above your tcrewas,last night'burned' to the groundand o'nothingjj my son aint-ine'8'.iper- ; J

tzheads, they toiled away under the swel- its form, and then its mysterious bosom for a the surface of the earth the tops may be"cut off your wine,is'all gone. to the devil 1 fectly;desperate,: and i should he' ever come: *

tflg sun with the coolness and courage of old iioment would be inherent with flame, and it below the first rooted joint, ;and'planted two or HYours truly,"* .. SI"He ., crossthat. elephant.Iwouldn't.wonderlfhe.kU1't. It''

ldiers. The fire from those nine vessels,with seemed as the sea itself had'opened and'shot ,three inches apart in fine sandy earth ; in the replied as follows; ,. :_ ,. 1 led. it,- :- It'sjisllikehim., ., r ,i...." i J, ;
wettcaanon all trained upon that pile of logs forth fire. Around those ships the smoke lay .course of a week ,or,ten days they,' i1.1 be well "DearDIam, glad, the wine_is), gone -"- "S oj p ;t' t

'w terrific, and it trembled like a frightened like a dark and !heavy storm cloud, throughft'hich rooted platmtsand.planted at the distances that whereiny fricnds'will bevmost likely'to_.S. "drinkit. : Not *d- Case 'of .Consaenc*' ,."zaaly.-The. I. *

wet the shock; but the good palmettoes the lightnings incessantly played and. potatoes! are generally planted, will produce a .. Yours.truly; L. Portland Argus states;':that'.Messrs. .Barnes J& .
1ded silently over the balls as they buried thunders rolled. Moultrie and his men could crop of tubers in eight ten,, or twelve 'weeks -T" '- i" t ; Ball,.lumber dealers oft city;lpngsince:: :

themselves >a the timber and sand, and the distinctly hear the heavy blows of their shot, ,(according to the kinds,)>cqual.to,that produced fDoctor. that ere rat'sbane.of ypurn* is first advertised pocket book',,as. lost ..containing ",

pork t" ra'ror. Thus, hour after hour is they struck the ships and crushed throughthe from tubers, and'when propagated in this'mannerj .rate,",. said:a Yankee,to a.viUage apothecary r some 'papers and about $150., 'dnMpndayYmornEg 8
i& b1U* and flame llld thunder thereon solid timbers. ; plants may .be obtained d in great quantities. "know'dit; Jknow'ditl i said the, pleased ,'it-was'ffbnnd1 in theifbacVsh'ed:--witirthe;

the sea 5lle the shots of the,Americans told At length,about half-past nine o'clock, tlie S '> vender'of drugs?''"Don't keep nothing but 1cit' 'papers,'and the following very,rcobll n ie3nclo'

with murderous effect. At every dischargeL English, finding their vessels cut up and the ;A more simple,way,will be.to place the tubersin rate doctor's stuff.V;; r'" *. r"I ''- 'sed, w.hich is'given.verbatims% .; .-.1." 1.-f..1 ;

shook as if smitten by a iockplanks crews dread ully.reduced1Ilippctl their 'cables', a similar manner as before stated,and when "And doctor" said joker.'coolly. ,"want- uJut:152: dollfrswiU. paythnd.teTestf t
were ripped up-splinters hurled ind.moved"quietly away.. The uproar had sudlenly the shoots have grown: !to'the length jjf two"'or :to buy another of ye"' -' t :--. y-t i everl'gii able I am now as poor Jos the matt th'at

lrough the air, and the decks strewed with ceased, and darkness and silence fallen'on; three'inches'above the'soilito take up "the"tubers'and'strip "Anothipo nd V?V f "I' .,-. u. t t.t -,!rnbithbyittheft: .,vr itt ,
J .
;1e fozns. Amid the smoke, bombs were_ the scene; but from that, little fort. went tip. off,the.shpots from them'there Yes' sir ;: L J--Or\---.that' ,pound' 'bought theoth-*' *J" : _. ..')- '<4. ," S '- :; '. _-.. 'u"il J
t1Vr8ing the air, and dropping in on in- three. hearty. checxs,-and when the news reach-, will bo'1 six or more' beautifully rooted plants',:; er*:day to.a* Pesky mouse and It made Iumdread-. A 8mirWh. .MsoiAii .Alabam .orator.'a11W ,

t8hOwer within the fort-but a morass in el.l( the town, one long, loud)huzza i-ent the air, just in'orde.r for final'planting; 'replace'the:tu"-. :fr 1 sick'Ymc.:I ;pr tty"s ili 1ier.p, Wid.', : to the large n beYambitipuV ofi pn'g 11 t
lddIe swallowed them as fast as they ana Victory! Victory! tan :like ,wildfire bet'S'lis before, which'may-b'c'repeated at least' :would kill'hmnr'-Spzrzt ofthe Tim's.' 'I: ,t ttssional nbnoMTand'tho'ferw who:could'attain ijf

&t length, riddled through up and through, through.he streets, tilling every heart with,joy., four';times, and this will'fprodiico; ffi ient:r :! .:, h' < ._, :,,,, ,- ',, S ) ; ;.tothemv, ;classically1,said- f.that ihere r B

of mortar broken up, the bombvesselcaving .and exultation. lan 8 from four'wsfive'; tubers ofjar;moderatesize Solution' "! '.Diffic lt &XL exchangepap'erputs ,a.great manjr more;pigs thanteata.1 thotae3'By I H
of tiLegal
: ;
tnng. The loss of theAmericans 'in this gallant a<> to arodof: grbundflat .the distances .
plant ( :
the smaller-vessels
as, : should '
11. ; the following: -.f flWhyt xpot a : 1 f
: if t1aafl'the .
ceo,y of hIS attention Moultrie'trained his tion was',slight amounting to only thirty-six, that t ub r are usually planted5"Xaterai'fehoBtstaken ; the following .would seem .
made done
be answer for.damage ;
p. pon the larger and.",Look.to the 1 both killed,p d. wounded, while that of'theBritish from. a'growing ::'crppj; 'treated1 likei';cut- :'rAHrpa4 carr jto %iicl TJecaus'e1 'magnificence''Imperial Power,'withHt8 faUblown'glorics -\ f
.bnM"a" as'a sta ? .
ones s well
: G1ore Vo'their : AB tft Pt ri- t 4 hniMqual ,to 5folloyingi'artful _. cost'Fncelsbo half.than :
ltl" look to the fifty gun ships," pas- ; according own account, was. gsol' rfN 1hr plants :nnd' rvtrds5 -. !" ', ,. ." ''+L ''M''1'-" S ; '

thelis, and they.did look to.the hundred and sixty. Double the< would: plant d-'wi1la1So: pr du ,'a rop ttuhe3; 'i t it 1. I..'j no if'fonglIe.'in. : '..j:1 ,1'::: :,ri5 ,'". "" .. :., lta' Er l J GO'Y t <; '. .. J"
t he truth The Commodore in. that the paitplant.Gardeurs' j MeTery0 00'1 earnest sweeping herd cks probably be.nearer: ? .quantity produced by: the ; ';\'.' ;
: "'L *'< cowaZIatvzg1tsh.-Coleridge. gie : :! undehOearat1o
had his ,carried One is surprised.thaVso Chronicle.: :; $ j per ywai l,1OOOOM, |
harge with such fatal fire.that! arm aay : '
1&0000tbn ,. .,: combination : to ria .
there few,'o.t the;: :garrison i were'Tulled; when ._ : :", lJr: ;. ... .r C" '- '! < ofLatmns9ns ;!!: 2,8OOOOOand': Louis1 Philippe"f'theyare: : ::
was. i5ian ; .
the .scarcely lcftuppnThe ? sounds'as'ljdne"of theJmostwitfyC' ..
t'Jarfee ; :
deck. Experiment too came.in ills, remembered,that nearly tenthpusandsliotvnd ? ,. 1n t; lc!>. there grows.a.4 smaU i bean called'PinonlillOj ; produce sensiblb English tD'J' 'icl' #\.11'."** '.j .4. ,200Ooo.1'_, .;; ,_', _" ; tLt-: S. -. l I J'

.r Itit ahJ2.e of coI1uderallon-her decks; were shells we're fired,by the enemyJduringth'elay : ; (pronounced pencKleb.), w hhl'd ;, : .Q. ', : ., '!---z.: .; .. ,. ; ., .- ; .-; ...; S S
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'Pery WIth blood, and nearly a hundred_ of ; ',The; ,Acteofc //during''tJie, action -wentigrbund i 'fus4in inUkand' rl.1nAJ lcauses'a IS- S pill1dr .;-'. 'LOV-SONG: : 'Ok5'mdOarntess! i .5; 5 rrefT1 tfe-Th. ::MobU l'If ztatcs.tjiat I ( .' 4
were borne below either,; kilted,or.Jfor i and,nextmQlXflflg afevr Kots.Ve>q if. ttise'that;: soon.eamries off its,Tictlms,;the tiih i"u2hi" : 1: ) 'IIi1U; : "Whizcandiml4e.for nesi .

II'tte& .were,the.enemy, idle, but.rain-' ;red'at her,.when,a-party;was gent tp':'t ake"po&Cession. ;while unconscious"rt1.:realcuse.;>. Thia beaD;: ;f, ollis abut Ha& ibeaiity cut ,' 1 Alabama",.:a'sp' eWatMoratjMeag jIecJareiine .'

irtj.a.1: perfect, tempest of ball -buX toirt The crew;..towever,setting fire to her, it is Said:waS used in Havanarr-.V5/r--rr. .;,:. 1.has..ap'Pf> ;"is .Nojasssflzei ta ere,:.', 1 'Mm selftd'beii; fbroUreetraeafl4aISO1 S ., .
A S01lnl .
1 nad got used to the music of can- 'manned; the" ',|boats !and VAmericans'cotoii sbc ofT, 'Yhen joe' thvipnstderable ]Jpfccessiin' : : estrpyingj:theEnghsb '' 1\J91a aii .7 J." ;<< J J1di ter; "! rS i I r tthatthe, :wql p ee.JUQtt\.Jt 4 '
; i!.scoverCan't i iW
and .theme I!" Jpiiir'd "turned,two :/l'heM&x.thaiis ;S>v..afthexb; 11ei1 tariff of 2l42 ,' ; ,
: they ; orthree ; : than the protective, i .
begrimed with powtferrand. JIoa'a1&ve & ; .
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---,shot with the and isteadinesslonein ; i of the g nS.'ojit u ft' gitire but\ diiift the 1ththeb i pronQnecdwb1Ze :f,! U.ev.e'thern:tl .- -- -0' ; : ? i _- .-_- ,_** _"._" ,r...ri 5. .
j have precision PQ the'ppisonous cffecte; of the pinpu UllpandUhebite ,: i.,r "oL-,; ,"fio' "':, _:,-- -_, ,.-- _.- -v = if :, i. -:- ". .."''- ",I.i---, .. ...p .:1J f'1' : .J' "r'of' .. S_ _
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, : J'As: ,the flames ro3 the } I J.
CargeL J1p n'
firing ata .' ni eiJiid' ', : r.js: iorin tie i ipitof&Jhejii I try<'.l oli.GrVltUWo.: ;aGesahIajninent tle :
f art
7baUin fu1wep .touched the.tbp of ed the v VJ-VW J,1'or** 8hor pr j l n.j ofipbispnous r P .i1Pl-chwingheaed1and :l ;CootLReasot' for.:.t.aving rt* ?tJ&f *>* ., '
.orks,It tQk one of the Ca &l'y uppnthe 'ble spectaclej. :with'ber/;tall "mastswieatTie.iinaajneyandhenb ; ( 'swajilpwjnjpthoextiracii'The extractj.i alsp -t ; looking;overtis."., .. ,. .P 1.'bilLd"j S ; counset-"toere riiiv2tttwt&tssacaZxtil are threfrpoints S ..' .
Irtl' it in "Seethat g coat J K'bnll cracking;an&blznig titl to'put rnt c otlL bU -: ;'A in tv.al O.t"twent.y:y :t\CCU 1.'b tween.' 1 aMTwS., ," .;",fr 1. ',:'

coat.1fd:. bur8t5in a.tree5j.a' J 14.e. beloVBiii; when!t1(r{fire feached. hfpow4er, o1iS'iptiio1add:aiwajswftim su ifMe1i-: ,t.1ie.drstnd.hdacts'. ,.11t,to-A":.tbeCndt-thet1pY4 a', rat "aM't.1l k'tUf, c-11.-)hvfiesw..bor._..' '' . .,.:.', _
Jaug :
: -itU'ad, on.,everyplaything "ckitevci 'el"1r fh; WOi4Cd : \ :taufln'pi'Ctthehosaying4r ToW ed HmndTiath8 ecM| twf8.w ,,1e :. '
' "betn amerp., 'th:1t .hid 'there suddenly,l Ji Totjiip a iuge column.ofgmoTce; it .f..9. :):yithqutitijali : 1. "'-. "- P&Rr -, :
I, ,a 's' *-:l2tj.l : *-. "-"; *derthepes-- '0.' ptckago o thehtIaco.wced,' toded16r1auist O tT1- !w of,these Jolk8JrUl'.Uvejtoi. ( > A- r e .ttf 4in. :jlaci e.- '.'
tb. \ tbj h 4 .: 1oIlltri; :afteii iidihg.lik u '"' 'r' .' .t.>. r f" J '. '.. : ,, .,t. : :::: _

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-: At the ratio of increase which has regu ".:VD; s"sentiri'1h,: ,following ; (Dim9! ') t : :": ,to enforce thon1u 1r.:.
c ,. 'LPJINErWS.: ,' ,/. ,. '..,.., -', Is i lairful ;'A1.-2 d't" 1TetW}
1\1 > marked our Ya nation from t ) ;: GoTe'rnmenyif anf : ;
1 progress "y' -"
.' r : -*-, Wai : the U ioa cannof otherwise plreserfed t br.- the, CO U t A :\1i 'tt
4 the .the. s ,v. fa PrDriSo.-Mi pie ; :
ginning populatioa :
v jAC8ONV1LLEEPTEMBER: .,5, ,1847; ; : ;weallhmust 4!"!U :a ll t'

. p. ; 4 __________________________________________________________ 'State;.would, 8.tJhe.l:of century' ,i i for,a time bjpresss which ivhom theynhave they.haTe ; Thisis. .a.serious quest Di;;aiid the answer at :Jnntd"dtfenml"f aw .0t'1Pch.;: .'Ut," .' .
and by functionaries this'iime" citizen the "
Bhould,.cwncer 1
'eTery il".isthorising'ott.h
present time unless there was some di ConaUt11tioDal ;
t of1 distinction the'Republi.: cfl + i.

:cause;amount to'9 Obooo, ; The thirteen Maine'pl will ces ''spurn.their; on b tI.de- .:United Siatesjto know'that. ,' t they may' .be prepared principle otfthe: stag..we.beboll.thit.of free grtat .
States iaf((37j124 'miles aba drnbotli before theill yield ,to act at any moment adisedl1-and with'a 'goTernment '...
hal co ; square ,the,Tockof ages,? and thereturniiigto ,del
chment !to'PU) 'Constitution of_ their judgment well .con'tin ed. It should particularly .
; :
their n'estlJpseph '
held hi
of this the six Slave States 226,000, nga itsb.
!, and, to the great jprinciples of fraternal. 'occupy,he consideration of the.citizens of (Bentdn) *entbrethren rout 'waeueh r

_. the seven non-Slaveholding States 145,124. upon which .that Constitution. wbo thrwhim .ct UJ.;
insti- 'into
the Southern whose peculiar. a
ime the'country never'sanctioned a ;policy, .States upon, 9L ,
i Democratic Nominations, the.prese } ,owns 2,92 Theyhave < ,wardsrsoldhe him.mto'iEgypt,
$ : d1 ggrnnts'i .;men and tnoney for tutions"' cJts,of a:violent,nature may reason'ablebe WidlW' '
FOR 'DUVAL COUNTY. square.miles, and of,this the SlaveStates, ; o afterwards acquired great, ebritmarketsand ) 1

t ,TLp seSi n1jS6OOOOwhilithe}: res't have 2, 6 ; I Ii nd exisiting-war. with"Provisoes'in'rela-which expected at'no very d iod unless -:, : vas ubbed Lesan .zCC" 1
.... For Senator. I i territories acquisition was change hob 'wrought in,the public der Pharoah the' king but
; : ; '
i Thus the' States'have acquireH which be 'I.1.
} 'To territories
; :. COL. JOHN BROWARD. ,IF"ef possible. ,may: sentiment'recently iit\i\ ( sted in',the:.House,of .'Polk)) was the youngest :of hia .
fourteen times greater; than that which our. victorious arms,they"deSl1"e.the'ap greatly beloved his
It by _Cither J.ae 'si.
: ..
1 -" .For Representatives, with the of the':United'States., (
t.p "of: no principles inconsistent Representatives
Jaco 1i1-hiS
,. while the area I n); sack the ilver
possessed WZJ"
t4 F ',.' .d ; GEN. CHARLES BYRNE,' originally \of American nStitu ns,.and the-'just 'T'tie"Pi-eeid'ent, :of the;',United States is the cup
!. !4' :" DARLING C. PRESCOTT. Slave is not'even four times greater. ,1Q84St
States American.confeder '
rc : all portions of the \ ,
'' ,
such is c _
the Union and 'as : '
,. '1 ;:;:; T ,;For Tax Assessor and Collector, 1 Upon this limited area of 860,000 vjfealous of theiron'iights,' .they will _Magistrate:.of ; '
S" .'. :-! with:the of the Constitution : LATE AND IMPORTANT
the charged f preservation KEWs
: A. A. CANOVA. miles the Wilmot proviso to' the rights'Of others.and venerating! nou
S "' ';' For Sheriff proposes maxim 'ot.wIsclom"!bequeathed and:the;due_xecution:of'all laws passedjby. SANTA-:FE. t

"! : 1 :;. THOMAS LElJWITII.'li' prospective p putaUonoffreewbitesond. b legacies of tho Father of his Country, .Congress, pursuant thereto, or by authority ,Sad :Nercs of the St.:,LovajBatta, 1
k-::} of 90,000,000. The-effect of this restraint ..frown indignantly tho first Battle reith. the l1Uiani-Jig '
For the therefor holds a' restrictive ,
County Surveyor ,
'{J' .same; although1be
portion'bf I. killed..Four"WouMtd. :
: .- be apparent to one. Exhausted any attempt to alienate any tI'
}"':' J. A. COFFEE. any ,over_the legislation of Congress '
r : from another. power ; ,
of laborers and an overflowing I' ,Tp the very attentive8t.Lo'iiithe f
$ $ ) ; t.iAf. i: For Coroner.WALTER excess he'is compelled by his office, to carry into.execution correspond-*
PARRIS'*was a member of Congress some of Louisville Courier, the Baltimore r
tend to'diminish the AaoL'can
J KIPP. tion will infallibly _
since and Trom the active part he : 'even: unconstitutional laws if.'l. 'l Ipassedthrough'thaibody r is indebted,for the following importtaw ;
,. ', ,
4 .. '. :?< For County Commissioners, of labor, until it shall have fallen so as ,ter from the.West:. -,'.
; the requisite majority
"I..-. DAVID L. PALMER scale. the discussion of the North./Eastern by ;
; guided only by the starvation : CAMP or ARKANSAS ,'Jnly
4 i, : JOHN S. SAMMIS, will be restricted from question, feels'sensibly the ,respect .for.the ,execution rhis.o ce he is accordingly I. have no news".worth transmitting 23,187; t
negro'race \0'101
hits ,., JOS. A. BARBEE. the. cravings of nature,will.compel the is to be paid to the iights of the'several armed .with,military, ,and naval .power of the but what will b painful >to your,reader ,j!, 0 L
: THOMAS SUARE and to the compromises of the COnS itu.// :union,"and becomes.the 'representative.'of,'th'sflprcrn left Council .Grovo when I, wrote you.OS t
the less free States.
enter populous the 5th'll1st. and arrived.here,2ij
We fricndsat the North therefore in the State execution. milet. 1
? 'J7'We are' requested JACOB.: FOREMAN, will first be compelled take this'"step have power : the Crossings, on last night., ;The btttzj .

ri Esq, to state that he declines the nomination as : those who have no slaves-those who I they are. .Does not this' call for the .The Presiden ,' hen is 'the higli and mighty. not moved together,sincc we left .Port L .
: ti
i exertiotfon our part If we'are not dispenser of the peoples will expressed through 'worth; CaptainSheppardandWoechujrseperate : ri
County will them until finally
slaves follow
few ,
:it will. have fur own*interests,, will our. friends aid a'law. .,Congress; 'whether, !that.law. .be a true while ,Captains: Cunningham,"'peg

: i:1t: DUVAL'COUNTY.-The Sentinel corrects its entire whites population 1 .u ourselves must wo rely, for the bat, 'expression.of the will- notand;; he is the executor -I and Carnes, were in one.body, .under' tia' ..
the Southern'Section'of the Union. This mand ofLuut. Col.Easton. -
4; :t former list of the It Whig candidates. for this will It is as clear as be waged by our' swords and by the of that'law,whether he approve it or,not, On the evening of the.Oth inst, ,while ,
JC2f certainly ensue. any aofonr
;:ir4 ))1 county, by giving us Mr. ARCHIBALD COLLINS, of our right arms.' If we'remember or whether, it be repugnant to the,Constitution men had crossed,the Arkansas rive(a
in existence. It is apparent every '
t 3 in place of Mr. EVELETH, for the Lower House. :may yet be saved. or,not, therefore 'we have a Chief Magistracy the banks of.which we were,'encamped) fortU
: of the Slave States. When these of .
tant fire
purpose procuring wood the
= .Mian
T We presume it was found convenient to ppitiate well as a Chief Magistrate, the 'ascendan of
p an indolent and THE SOUTHERN STATESMAN. pounced upon them :and.before ',
by any
come peopled asasUaa
I Black Creek. It also gives for ounty either independent of the other, depcndirig'upo could be rendered eight of them.
; the soil will be the the were ntd
population of blacks- 5ndin Washington Nattonal'ra \
officers; for Clerk, OSCAR. HART; for Sheriff, a contingency provided for by the Con- and four wouuded. The alarm hwa&goba.h
give the Slaveholder the means of suitably of the Wilmot Proviso party; an able ar-. that the Indians had attacked '
I W. G. SAUJCDERS ; for County Commissioners stitution. It is, contemplated: by the Constitution camp oar meaca
and ing and clothing his slaves. As the the Triumvirate," in which the the opposite shore,and in a few moments Capt
c #4 }. EVELETH, J. SUMMERLIX, F. BETHUKE ,that there should'be but one supreme power "
their labor diminishes, so will they of the three greatest statesmen of 'Barnes' company, which was encamped itt
z E.HlGGlNBOTHAM. in the union and that the representative of point- nearest the river hastened to
their n.
4. ,: The nomination of Our Democratic candidate ueless and helpless until self preservation h, CALHOUN, CLAY, and..BENTON, are ,' the congregated power of the people'of the several lief, but before they could get in musket nan

compel him to obtain subsistence in the. depicted. In these three. states- the Indians had made' their,
t4 for the Senate, Col. JOHN BROWARD, is received States composing the Union as States; but good retreat on
States. have for generation fought the bat- their horses. Capt McNair's corn nyefy.: ( .
with even by the Whig press. The we have two the Congress and the President
; respect, ; '
An immense and starving popuation! the South, the writer portrays the'rela, airy, 'Which has' been with us since v left
"Taric the one-eyed will furn- and it re'quires no great'intensity of thought to
4 : Sentinel says, Council Grove, were soon in their saddles'nd
.. ;Lit ). 'ish the Whigs active employment to beat him." groes will thus exclusively occupy the each may.be sugposed to hold to the perceive, that of the two .Congress is the more in pursuit, but they did not succeed In overtip

His friends however must not relax their efforts .- lands of the Union-and, the curse now at issue, the Wilmot Proviso. powerful. king them.

India Islands will he of himge.- The'party: 'of Indians which made tne attack
befailen the West perceives signs a
? i i and must not reckon upon victory until Thus we see that the will of the chielmagis- about 50 in number.
the Southern States. Even the pretended he insinuates that the cause of this is was Scoutinjparties in
they have obtained it. tracy, over which the chief magistrate presides; all numbering, it is supposed between Sire*

. I lition philanthropist knows the condition aggrandizement, yet the .fact is none may be enforced, through him, 'contrar to the and four hundred, was seen on the surroundin

::1 $- : JACKSON COUNTY.-We learn from the Sentinel black race when left to themselves. true. that the Statesman of Missouri Constitution .independent of the veto heights. They were well mounted,.;and ;

Iji, 'I. 4 that there are three candidates for Senator ignorance, and brutality characterize ;false to the South, and may soon be pow it is supposed. Camanch'es. Fifty of OVM
er. This i is apparently a political absurdity
,tt,, 1[ from this county, two of whom, Messrs. WADE Africa, and it has been proved that no as an open advocate of Abolitionism. Of that it main were across the, river at the time 'the ttaei.
but when,we reflect was a object in was made were in small parties and(e
}wr KEYES and T.M.BUSH;are Whigs, and the third, no civilization, can improve them, unless CLAY, however, it professes to entertain the Constitution to balance; and make the powers unarmed. Nearly of the killed and wwod-

T1 t Col. JOHN MILTON, Democrat. The county is are held in subordination to the white and it believes that the advocate of mutual check cd were most horribly lanced and scalped. Out
: therein granted, a upon each
I entitled to only one Senator. Two Whigs,.JOHN population of this kind will thus be compromise will die in the faith of them was literally covered with lanes ud
other ,that in ither
we perceive a tendancy "
i';. TANNER and JOHN G. ROULHAC, are, as yet, the ded on all sides by the Anglo-Saxons. he then professed.' In CALHOUN on the branchT the supreme power to usurpation, arrow .

only candidates for the House.FRANKLIS has their foot ever touched soil which it merely sees the stern unyielding
which in 'the nature of things, cannot be controlled ARRIVAL OF THE GALVEST03
q ; : not make their own. Have they ever of Southern rights. Though all may by the other, is necessarily referred to .
I COUNTY.-The talented,but rather SEVEN DAYS LATER F1tOX. .PITEBLA."
i one step in the onward mysterious he alone shall remain true. The pic the source of all power for 'correction. It is
) editor of the Apalachicola Commercial The Capt..HniIan
ftb ) unscrupulous therefore better'that delegated 'powers should steamship Galveston
their Would not overwhelm the character of CALHOUN is so striking
4 ? : Advertiser, Mr. DAVIS, is announced asa race. they be recalled than that in their exercise they rived at N. Orleans on the 19th nit 'from Yea
norant This is but too cannot forbear giving it in full: Cruz.. .
savage negro. should conflict in the administration.The : *
candidate for the Senate. Mr. FARRIOR a
:9 : Their strange destiny is written upon the Ma1ne'1 John C. Calhoun, we look upon him ve .commentators say an unconstitutional By this arrival the ,editors of the Piayus
member from this in the last
county : Legislature, arein ,of advices from Pueblatotis
As they have driven the Indian from his in the light in.which we have been law is. 'ab inities, null and void,and the courts posession
, is also announced for the Lower House. They regard the Satan of Milton. For he, are bound so' to declare it: But who is to find 6th-\ugwt-jll8t one week latex;ttaa Be&ri

, l are both Whigs. ing ground, so will they annihilate the made evil his good, confronting heaven out that'the law is unconstitutional The laws received.. ; '

As they have reduced to subjection the with. the lie in his right hand by' of Congress are either Special General or General Gen. Scott was still at Puebla oneth1t'

) ; 4 THE WEATHER- AND THE MAILS.-Our last nations of Hind stan, so will they follow he has wrought the transformation. Special inTcspect to the Union. ;and the.duties but the army'wasto take up the line'.!tu
black until he is annihilated. The 'since the fall of the bad Angel has so of the chief magistrate make the first the the next day for the tit Mexico. GeaenlTwin's
* substance -
mail from the South brought us pulpy an intellect been devoted to a cause so un- affirmative, and,the lust the negative principles, 'division\ leaving the'1t GQ

: which some shrewd friends of ours,after of the Spaniard even now darkly abhorrent. A3 in tho case of his great of his administration. The first expands the< mans on the 8th, Gen. \ a

b long deliberation, divined to be the remains of extinction. Can the African expect ,.there is something in his sublime great statutes of the Union, as.If were from apointto Gen.'Pillow's on the. ; Co1 Clds'r
Dt number the : however fate which commands respect. lIe stands ; aIl he people, separately; and the latter in command at Puebla.
a 'Oca1n.Argus, which .
: ; : 'Gen.Pierce arrived at Puebla the 16tfcfllLrnot
We have thus endeavored to show ly, without disguise or subterfuge. concentrates the justice of the Union upon
have all the
t4 appeared to been brought way the doctrines of the Declaration In- an individual. ,A familiar example of the firs on tho 2d uI.as some of ou contempt

t from the place of publication,under water. We present and future operation of the he disdains the hypocrisy of affect. is,the. trial by Jury, and of the last the pension raries stated. lot not a single man o b

4: respectfully represent to the.proper authorities viso., Docs it. not awaken within the lce for that instrument. He offers to the'soldier, who has been mutilated and disabled march notwithstanding -another severe b I

every citizen of the South, reflections ,.for slav ry; he does not extenuate in war, for the defence of the liberties bf with
that India rubber is cheap and water very plenty gl'Jil.
1 The this, arrival a
most solemn cast? To our minds their over its hateful'eharacter, to appease the Republic. The 'Judges may therefore s j news by
I at least in this State, and that when weave moral sense of the world. With that in their opinion, upon the filetS of the case Major Gairies and PassedMids4

&; in want of paste we can make it oorself without but one ray of hope-and that is that the impartiality he maintains that it is the before them,the law is unconstitutional and de- Jhe'ccp from'the city5 of:Mexico, and e

giving the Department the trouble of transporting I tion be set. at l'est'now and forever. 'co dition of the laboring man, irres- ci e'acc rdingly-with tIle ease before them; safe arrival at Gen. Scott's : &-'

'' it in small quantities some two hundred : must be no faltering, no procrastination of color. Only through a miracle like their power,to support the Constituti, supposing They were of course not 'under parole,at the

I. I part. Otherwise the future alone arrested Saul of Tarsus, can human- them to be correct will cease and so wayward tie they lef Mexico. ,
; 3 miles As the mail bags are not overburdened : can pe anything 'of such man. Strong in ,is the mind of man' the next court may m Cuz too, the news i imp

I with money letters addressed to us, we shall the worst. 'and'the consciousness''extraordinary reverse the decision. .It is manifest then that .The train' Vera.Cruz eengo

1. there is'no probability that he will ever there is nO'power'in the courts'' 'independent the 6th ult. has been attacked'
? not yet petition the banks to issue water proof THE Sr. AUGUSTINE HERALD residing, abut --m
*; ( some two his "bad"eminence; and in his casey; of the case before hem to make-what from Ver' Cruz;. inde .

T? bank notes, but we know not but what we shall since acknowledged, with a considerable might safely,antedate its' record,' that to them may ..appear. be an'unco stit'utiothd afer city. .THe escort tto

; 3 be forced to do so, in time. of emotion: the receipt of number of < intellect of the New World, in the, law void 'as to the Union! ,and maintain their decision I the trn was .under command IM3)Ol'l4lYy
lI kI _ of the nineteenth devo- the executive of CoL Wilson being don
mer & Smith's European Times," i : century was, against .'supreme power I thInfatr7 ;
ar--I1 THE WILMOT PROVISO AND THE the last to' the extension, and perpetua vested in the 'President It follows evidently yellow .

FUTURE. by the steam ship Hibernia for which slavery that the power,and_ that only; to which Congress I The'verbl reports a that the Americas*

I The question of the Wilmot Proviso we have duty we presume the steamer was the mists prejudice which_darken, is responsible, can' ffectu.\l1y pronounce a law wounde in the skirmish a

I :,, chartered. As the rest of the Florida the citizen of the South be able of that body unconstitutional; or''restrain':the many hoi kle. is not to !be Dce.
repeatedly urged, is one not only of the Present been may President from carrying it into eiec tioiL. that 'felt for the safety
not honored
bat of the Future. With regard to its present similarly our ; real position which this'great .The. :President derives:his powers',from the train!' The National Bridge is the wharf.

effects upon the South they will be indirect rather must expect,to have his generosity ( has taken in behalf of Southern in, Constitution, ,and the Constitution .is >he'grCa the'decisive action is expected; T pit *

than direct-leading from bad to worse taxed by applications for the loan, of and the. powerful defence, winch ,has chart" the principles r.the'government} are under the, impression ,that. the;train' t faup'a
number.". During the last two -long lished.byjhe.people.:themselves, therefore the Jil1on' 'of. dollars in specie-so sajt w*. 'j
rather than immediately destructive in their rded them the'gigantic intellect of ultwhi&Mtbeen
: I
-r;' 14 T chief magistracy ag'well: also the chief magis Jalapa or.the:8t ,
L3i tendency. The Wilmot proviso is urged on by we have' sedulously repressed our Even the organ of 'the'. Abolition.' tratb'with: their'constitutional adjuncts,'are received at "' '' I

the politico-Abolitionist party as,the issue. under' ," the impression, that the 'Herald'. speaks with ,awe and 'admiration, id of 'the the.minutes, of the soverelgnty'orthe-p pl '.- The'latest number"' :of the Sun of AnAhuaesO \I I Idowii

)It1 : t :' ef the age,and their ultimate object we all know not finished its perusal, but we trust that mild which,fearlessly?,and< ?resolutely .-Resistance,)they,;)] i the chief magistrate' is,:ref .the'number''rich of insat4Q must O. _L1Q'b7.the'bope'ot v t\o.
distance "jothe;,G neraf\ :Government, 'ofthe'Uni : a ; ;
this been shall
i \\\i :: to'be the Abolition of Slavery. This party,cautiously has accomplished, we by the 'Constituti n,.'and amid the .storm ,'and when,'made to:an'uhconstituional expected to desist from their attacks so lon .,

: '" advancing step by step, while we proud- for the first chance. From OcalaV 'of battle'has'shown the same invinci i law'of,Congress passed:without, the approval of a chance remains. for. h m.;- ;;-iR

and bustling .streets to l President but ) : : ,- .,-if
populated the 'which exoft<
: ;.: ly rely upon our own resources to,defeat their 'the same 'determination.to conquer : : IQ.he'lS om- '.. OF'' ,MAJOR .
( '
i&i -* f' -
t- .pelled,by the Coustitulion to execute at made,
famed J8'
Tallahassee for
cunning ar ,
grand object feels not indifferent to minute the last citade\,9 Libcriy.\\ We : ;
upon the principle .of check ana balance .: August fy' !
successes where it is conscious they will lead to wire,-from mosquito bitten here forbear giving an extract which ap. :which always:resident th q source of power;'and Geii Sniithhas: returned with :his;< brigad* :

greater. The Wilmot proviso is but ned- where myriad cur dogs do make the 'i in 'a communication. the Charleston, 'resistance td an' unconstitutional;law..that has and thc,eport is that,Gen.Pierce is.to sleep'

greet ward the,general Abolition_ .Slavery ,Pensacola hideous,-we fancy,'we aIre rY;in referencei.'io those'piiblic nfei,'who,' been approved,by.the.President;'is made upon night'afrAmbsoque and.will arrive here tom,
iuh1 ;'tkeriuciplethatnot: only Congress and the row. The 'account' Capt RufPsadventffliwith ::
the universal shout lend, us that :
&rewe so blinil'1l8 to suppose that a powerful the'Impending i :,fate that seems to await. '
Smith's P? ,president but.eyery.jpfficer of the.Constitu'tion, ,theJguerrillas.at San'Juan d 1o Uan: i
: political party ,flushed with,success would.stop Wilmer and EuropeanTimcs, < ,. taking permissibrirto'retire.! ; :Yet; ho\v trresponibin! to ,l1e-ople upon the principle confirmed* No less than 43-of the e'nemr.'o*

,short this principle was adopted by Congress MIl. CABELL.-The- i. 'Whig'press iafft, $ "we do'not, al1sl ep.'?' :. .'9 fPi. iji cialande. n t 'It, 'Ja:mnindrenlated.! killed;a'great number wounded all their 1m

4 I! Would the air, '. :still .by.principlesof; Ive_ application that ,establishes Destroyed,:and their flag brought'off.T1* .
i"not the very existence of party depend in their approbation of the. tour:which o : Vas.now ,for a few:moment cb1T1
tbo union,and )naint the padres.wboweritaken prisoners in the ,
of and continued (' J the gate :streamed put::far:and govern
p if' t .upon a series successes, has been making : connect *
presentative theYugitijreai hurried-theI the mont thereof;.and whejaspever the course marked and whoere supposed to have some -

C : t progression to the grand' object The history die"and WeFiorida.- ;, We have no -ihey;i passed by_ ,.the 'Roman sentry gained; 'the out. by'those'principles. ) 'deviatcd'from' by .with the iierHulasiiave," since been released. .
of shown this to be law and 'th'e. executive power.-resistance !is>hot ,only Gen; Smith. '
politics has a. spirief to make any.invidious remark c nc rni flashed__over;/iu lividJace and pohslied $' y-
lawful but>1gh> \ / ; I have already mentioned the suecess4
party; alone,':and unaided by fanaticism, CABELJ, but we apprehend it will be dis :;. but'his.sternfeatures;. !D if ornpOsed, v :Three modesofrcsjtencein'this of fromMexico. Last ':
regard pr&- cape young Rogers '
heir II
in awe.I. ,remained iect and.ma-
S would in ofcontinued, energy on the oneside :, that he has consulted/Ms. own< interests, _;. (at\is post ,That houi,Itself'had"npt- ,sent thenwelv,:(wjiich, e'ye:jproper ly'stylojl'Constitutional about'10oclocki :Blaj. Gaines came ,in';pa *

: And.indifference to final results on,thepther as those of his 'constituents in his.wa the machine! of lie ruthl s'niajesty.of modcs' f.resistancej) '(o'the Safely'through,the, entire:;;Mexicaa: tni

about slowly the,abolition 'exwatTon of unconstitutional: laws of Congrfesl seems that' 'pn-Monday all heificersyere' _
bring surely '
'and t
that"4ev into\tkereasoningajtd\
through Florida lOpem : f.1ad tjng'm n.- '
., ,. < .Theirst '\
r. 'is"thO'etitiOnfo: redress.of : ordered the''head'' quzrtt'Gem
.f slavery.in the United States, of.Anieric8.f Jhe General : : e t9d'.am J J'&nj.tenents t ; .
be made next : tIIatt
in This
____ : ,,* I hot pernussioii'.fa .tfewif his grievances Is, a' mere'intimation to theAnte Lbmbdrdini, and were there told
received : ->
Yet thispresent. effectwhich' : n .! fa leVfn, same effect THis Whig friends, in : andescapef'Buttcer'f': nqvels-r-The-! rsta-.LiIt., ot'hegCrthnent'tb- t'theyKave. 'eiccjfe-; : st.'U'eJntwelve. hours, .to\mo'r:

4 *pon the living gene'ration, ,'.we :regret to.say,is'looked'upon'With 'cO ntyat Icast .do'not;'seem to;Jia e- i f p. tpeJ&, p. 292. "'! .', \dod their";powers'-'"/>r*.neglected ;their duties'A4 or luqa 'jA\l oftkemexcept Majors: GBoflan .

: ,apathyby; 'some, ,and with, his.visit !but we. trust; their conduct that'' iron-cla4ARomanLegionlE:: pwho : both and:tbathey; are requfrcd to' l''the'on fandCaptDanlejr: 'gave'theirthaf ;'
,I 111'I'
: anI
.case, C9m forward in\ifie>tEer;-, they would proceed to that place;
ignorance by manyi, It took not many materiollyraltered, ,.. nte- +plans. .However. .' I 'by all i:amid ;that\.;fe. l'enipesf... f, hIs'edeS q resistance,:'BhduldMin'until pQrsev. ied distinctly' told 'Lombardinl 'that'hiS 1 1vras'at P'!.

yew abolish'slavery in the British-West Indies ".verr asJ.he.lf Union'?"','says. :i i till'.ciung: to'his'pOst. .'because, "it'was.his... the"usupatioitor;iiegTe'c;that: ,,'the- .ah'endthaVh&did: Dot ask"tot j\\ts'riewal
1 i ,'and already has.the step been regretted by :,, .' '.*,. '*.:;. < .,_,_ _.__"_-'_.:_ .._"_- --". i' ,7 I ;' sQ-hasCALuovN/- f -" .thpgood Vl.- i.SSJK.(and.the- g1rievances fulfy} ?eiplaneil tt,,'he1 agents' '(fthgernnthit ,); 'should he accepUC. ThAtl1e$1LO AhA

ONE ND fthen'ifrmust they'do'not :re'coqrse1 nbt'giveTiis ro1&for(Tolu<%'i 1d 1aD
iilanthjropists who have witnessed its ,disastrous ,<; T.RufFRI I
t i p of: stiU1emained"
____ } ; be had't the.btillo'bo;;whiehstbeoid being'arrested'wid put'undrguariJ., !
a .effects. -Andl.yet. :'our ,planters,-,living Amid'!' the ;universil-defection 'of i .them f rJJie'e1t; 1t.A'hjs d'titi' and,: 'mode r of:'reist nce nld i iescap p
: '
comfortably among :their P t-and'c ntented. Statesmen. whcTnave".prostituted- ; ; :their' i-, I ; | ; ;tl, asraacred. :'bbligatioi{:H js" : agincybftbegovtrnncnt is'chuig.ost'berf '".'he was. allowed. 'to.. depart.Ih*.seqWl&,

\ elates, fondiy! imagine't1i (their;cpn'dition is toremain'thus .and.trodden under. foot,the e0U5tLt10; i :i rf'pifacted'W 1 ''-likb/;*!'- .the"-
mad racebfam ition'it.ts.refreshing) 1 wn t 'riform licentio sAdithstjO4. and hiJ'Oai e&\thin hnt'Sa ta' Ann
forever without: _exertion oh : : .
any '
) Operations flmt: ;id::7 tBOs-: corrt1giultioiL" these:.y 11L: '..Thefi.rt'ui .boiit 1 000'(olerably'wejl '!uniforni 8i'd.ledth'thiehinmber .
I 'I'Ij ". their"part,to secure)tlieifbwiiagainstTiailj. : with'pnB who _still truey and' :whoi- ; : say s:.jThjewi* fe"report'verylctt ent { 'cbnsequencQ 6f' the"disposition of men to l1lU t' .
I '.":".. 'ientaM. :Incrcasug, attt.. .,i-' lIf' .r:. : 'with,.,. ,pity upon the;compeers around ; :i :tha ,'feiy; ? latelyvt m cjniUi6ns', :o? Tadherel. \tb their" "decisions out of pride/of Ue t r'tbbl&'of-'undiseiphne& reeritits, ;catgb'c '
J So'much for.the present;)indirect, : ,,yet- probdestruction upon Ihi'![selilsl3ne8sibi ,i.sacrifices, ,in' specie,1 w w.sent'from' a'B j< coaMnceji1'>of tfieir.7 Ii d'ij eyervay.an&givinlittlestrt.2bo' ):
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I ;' eiat1oinight not roduco aImin'tlie i t '1ith1 't (&t1 ''before.therernedyco.ulabe : cans-tKit, ,upbtwJiiclivtheyinosteIe : : :
___ I .:', "so.:,,:The ctaln, :fntur 4ent Z.wil 'bethe; I-.At.thoelebraton:oftheAnniveraary of 'i-ke ; iiZJn oneywM: > :takenront'th : aplied'' '''whchb3 Ji enegeti '&dth1n.ijidjioiill !9. Penoni and at:\hia point t tKejt,**!* :.

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I ;being in a greater dilemma than 1. greatly tended by the good, and kindly feeling. ) .".- :[ ..lidtEWS.,,>, .] !n;.:ipF-THt SoLfcrrditof"oas- .T" mn'l" .- '. ,. '"llir':Ii' :' "*"'.< "ir- JIt '- ., ,--. '?.'. 4GABRbX1N81 -

iwlhe.jcalousy; 1lIld obstinacy of :hisene- whiclrit'excited in the hearts of thedonor _to A FRAGMEN1'f: .". -"i;i 'l"" .. I.. ..r... : August 17$.1847T. }> 'fI ru _,' .' .,

If rerCllt IU openly avowing himself in fa- increase and render permanent those'feelings A'silvery cloud as it floated'on high .'f S: PROZOSALSwiflbe' .: '; .' i
J and he is shrewd enough to know toward those who had been the objects of their vI r this officeiraitil- : rriBEf'B scimEk/bdn : ii'iaS Co'1'ii'"!' : '. <,;
rode on the:breeze ithro{summei's-bright ;r g ,
must result against him. acts. .Q -'nex"at> IStfctet' j,.1. t.ms
tIe next battle generous .' atnoony for then '.: 'hSbixi hi UI1Iaee wft"i *
I commenced this letter Gen. Scott's In regard to the grateful feeling excited in sky.. :,,_ '" Purchase the interest of the United_States- at' WHOWdbENTJU STO p 8f. ,
ee for the march of the army have been is- England and the kindly feelings excited in Beheld in its course,he god of the day, hw and inequity'{; of:;the property, wetnaifteT a t ri c"Q''!S&t -ow:( STlm 01t. Sm! 'iiIa'{' i I :

c The division of Gen. Twiggs is to move America he was delighted, and whatever the And circling around Thim"courted his : flbdiponthe terms and condUiomVmentioned -: tingteraifJ perso U
the 7th instant, that of o en. Quit- sufferings which had given rise to the actions my below, to wit: .. iy'note -oi epetf accunt-:;re- ;{; ;
rrd3Y, _IJ frii' ,
Now _
Worth's the 9th andcapital. all events they had beenso glowing with light;-'and batk'd.in'. c5, : I '
; 8th Gen. on calling them forth, at h. quested to conle forward "
:*lri11ows oDthe 1 on tIle, 10th. G en. Scott will pro- 'far attended'with happy results as to have smile, ? I' '. 'z ,I- .. ._ ".,.:,,_ : :..I ,.".. .,; .. ,. .. 'j. ., .they should'110"' .i' ,.. u.. sn.' _. .- '....wh,.(.t.I. ;.
brethren in America ,'"tJ -"j '. ., ,'; _.It'Tnn' ,. t ;
Quitmm's and for our .o .C r '1" : : : : > n;< ,
Gen. division opportunity It : -
an :
given seem'd his .,
bright of the "
pi y accompany created kindly car glory vhilef" QI I' >. ", .- .".- ., < .... 1.&L.I. .DJ./ :: I
at which must have < "" "' T"r J u
do that :
l concentrate
wi some point to 1IJ'' Janeiig27:1847. ;
S ;
: army Then .with his r '
f coquetting ; } ., ,
e the but ,fiery/glance G.I -." ,' "t ,
of people here } _
the feelings in the hearts '. 1'::. ." "D 'i'- a 1 ::" ,:';-it :
iitof It whirl'd its form : ." escnptlrmtf. ,c.. .' :;". \ Q' : ja
of thro'
regard the .
the azure's rEASTERN
Yours, &c. G. w. K. must also tend to increase feelings .expanse.;_ ,. t< .CIS. ;iir ,c1it'l'c.1Ja; ?:' _tit. "
t'1 's . ': -0. 4. ., .
United States towards '; 'I. '
of the people of.the ( 0- \ ;:.1' 'l
'.Q i. ". .CIBCTIT. oy lUj-COwrtr-Jt_ _._
J .
in this Thus by the sport ofthe zepliyr1confrofl'dNow 'r 'i'r. \ of. ( 1
their brethren ... ,0. ST..Joti.1 ;
APE OF MIDSHIPMAN ROGERS. v T" ... ---' :"- '- '- Z : r.'C.Cl .T : j Ii
i f- bashfully shy or playfully bold ;; : 7', ; "tfl :' :
Thscijimi)Jfe :
\TM,nal Correspondence of the Picayirne.\\ President and Cabinetfoi 1848.-The Pitttbnrg LANDS LYING' .IN'.THE.' STATEOrrLOItmA... ... ,. ..' .,. \L
the at Buiian <
distance Triist
Shunning sun a 'twould- 8aflr '- r & C '.": k 4
rPUEBLA, MEXICO, Aug. 3,1S47.hteHtgence Gazette suggests the following ticket for 1S4S. ilo-lo i : 4
has just been received that Capt. It is certainly military enough to suit anybody Or nearing throw o'er him its gossamer veil} '. 1 Town' cfJ.lc.on.we! Dizval 01l11.Y. Reel.AugttstusTcrajaud n'y'i't&. use-. of-. Arthur. Dfi1- -io-=i 1dS6' ?.!,.

,jt tith a squadron of cavalry, has given the : [Evening Gazette. It[ play'd till the hour of 'ing drew near, j : Lewis...: c HBjant&c-- .-, fo'imer wnra.' ,. > _, J t ;; :"If.-. ::"
::1844 "
rfrnHa* a t'eyeredrubbing at San Juan de los For President, And beckon'd the 1oETtaining. ."' '
Gen. P. F. Smith, learning on his arri- Gen. ZACllAHY TAYLOR. sun his lofty career, 879 Jim., 26. tN:6; 'Squ'No. 2 4'"Iogelli r' : ; 'J' \ : (; I
!o& '
.rtiyo) de Agua that a party of these gentle- For Vice Preti,:U-Gen. WORTH. Then resting awhile from its gambols above, 880J ." .1 nilrflotNo. ,., ; ;' 'ee' f157fe' ;I having; been made to appear to tie Si

"of the road had a rendezvous at the former For Sccntary? Stale Gen. Wool It glqwM like a gem from the heaven of Love. : ; 'J. ''by'105-' ; '
despatched Capt. K. with orders to sttr- For Secretary of War. Gen. QuitIllan.For LANDSLYIJGI ; Defendant named in tk41hcCdmpIaint1e&resides; -
r.e thin if Jc) ible. The expedition was Secretary of the Vary, Gen. Kearney.: But soon the sun sank''neath the horizon's verge .. _' 'i 1i'tC n i.l out of 1.i; j

e5fUl in every way-the guerillas were!urbt'fore For Secretary of tie Treasury, Gen. Gushing. Then twilight, then night from their caverns J 1842.j.Samuel j. 'Swartvout',, former" :, Sti9f Floritt" and ont ftkevi1itedState: $;l;
J they hl time to reach their hor-. For Attorney Central, Gen. Price. : oim r .' and in Cub'r the West India. fland.and .. '
at once took refuse in a church and in For Speaker of the House, Geu.1ierce. emerge, 876 Mar.11, Tracl of l h d :grimt '1)y '. be"iatK jurisdiction this Cour- n 4

Alflu< three tonc hmises adjoining. Into these Ctkj'of Enginter Bureau, Gen. Pillow. And the glory clad cloud bereft of his ray, the republIc of Texas to :On motion O."Wihowrming! ,:EqSobjtosaidCoiiijlainjjjt O tf' .

charceU.. the Mexicans recoiled. Head Niiral. Gen. Cadwallader.Peace : t9 Y..Barb ,'whose att6x .
.rttn at once of ureaus, In[ gloom doth mourn o'er the quickly spent day, II .}
short struggle were ou 1' I ney was Frost Thorn Slt11tef OideiedThatthe said :
i iY. and after a Camm'issioncrs. Generals Hopping and ] .Augustus,
n Then melting in dew descends down to rest fl
\( erCltt'd, with a loss of some 30 or 40 P ttcr oll. ( t'thc'f rk8 frjy- .! .jaud and others?b&require&to appear..ai& = ',
Iirt\iu& )m" 50 wounded. A priest and In[ the fragrant embrace of a lily's pure breast -sAtoyiacimnd: ,Angelinawhi .' .1 swel' idlJilI'of C"--j .a.w withmnsi montb'. ,: *

nri fty to Live bmi in some way connected. The Grwt Astronomer Le Verrier.-Le Terrier Till the sun resuming his glory again, : h'grantizmore 'or thesame' .,- .will.be taken/as. C. !. ed'J, 4,
tbgn'rrilla, were taken prisoners.Iloiers is described by a correspondent of the 'p'articularly desmbed in him. -, --. 1
,ith Doth call it on high in new beauty to reign. fIt
Wdshipmm about whose impri'ont1 London Pluming Chronicle, as a fresh-colored a deed mad'by Vet u/art'A<;r Or&re4Ttai a copy of tiis Ordov', :.1 I

;t O much hus'been said, has taken the lib- young nvm. dressed somewhat a la.Francaise to ForeSl to said'Y'. 'Bar dulyerbytheerftjthshed bepn& _

frelcl ill:hiU clf-jll plain English, he wit, narrow coat collar, skirts and inexpres. 1 And such is our life. With Fortune's caprice bos, under date or June J' .in. some newspaper. printed,iritluatlie. T.
rrtJ ,
;ftCJPd from the city Mexico and has 31'I'iTtdherr slides slightly plaited at the waist. No one i We're joyful or sad like the vapory fleece; 23; .1834, 'containing JO ACre.CL Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month_CQBes*' .

in safety. lie was not on parole at would take him for a votary at the shrine of The heart may be blest with all it holds dear, sitios, 23f labors. or4.8,42. cUtiyely for six''.monthS.* .- ', "* 4,,f t ;:

;'itime,but) at largo at the capital under aj I science.Hiitr. doth the affliction 877 Also ime certificate oflands\ [Signed THjpk.'DOUGLAS, Judge; 't
gloom appear,
with a money penalty not to break Ills'G1Ids. 'issued by John Mason I, PETER.:DTJMA .;Clerk of gaidCkrart :'. ,
learning that the American officers Mutters Stand.-The following, says the And its tendrils are wrung, and grief overflows; on behalf of- the govern, do hereby certify.the ;above to beitrne '

pto removed to Tolucoand, ( that thereprIb.Ihilit' Charlt-sUn Mercury, is an extract from a letterof Its light disappears to give way.to its woes, .. or of .Texas and Coahui- of an Orde,'.duly made; and entered, of copy. 1. ;;

JEJO of his being exchanged, he on? fOlIr citizens who i is with the army in And peace is ne'er found, till broken and riven, dated,June 21, 1S4, in the above entitled,cause,' .on' the-'sixteenth record":4- .' :,
'I'** ui'ut towards Clulco lake ill a Mexico : for about l
ed"ff'H 48,000 of
JJ't its Giver in heaven. day August, A.D. 1847. -
he slarteu horseback I Now the coast is in The spirit returns to ,to toAlso t1. .
t Arriviiis thi-rf. : on every part along our one other certificate: IN WITNESS" WHEREOF, I hereunto, set ; ]
u.r.gh! the} jilnuntaiiis, with a guide and, as power in most of them we have a Naval Officer, FRANK. of the'snme:. tenor and [..s.] hand, and affix the Seal'of said Court, ,i ,_ ;

JNif, .1.:g.rt through in sifetjlie: reports Governor and one or two small vessels to look Jacksonville, August 31st, 1847. date of the'.above, for a this sixteenth day'of August.A. D..1847., 7 -. .t 1
s..utaUUi has nut so uuuiy men as hastt..1tlia1 out lor tin? I'l.t: e. We have taken nearly every like number of. 148,000 P. B.
1\i DUMAS .',
l he has: )11.t more tlrm 15.000ariKitl : large gun ij the whole of Mexico, and thousands -- --- -!- Which said lands were conveyed Clerk C." C. of StJohn's If t : i
the County.
1)11'1'l'In awl: well oi. auize-l.: : of Miuill arms. Not a point on the coastis jWehavc been requested to insert .by Samuel swart- Aug.27. lamfBm : I. 4

InreitliuTi toyoitug n(gers. it-is said he cumekirnvlrjgy loll lor a ]ioimd of powder to be got throughinto I following list of Whig Nominations this wout to Win. Young, late, :__ t ,

i:hth uid by permission of his the interior. The whole revenue is in our prvsident of the Mount COST.-The balance' ,of- our stock of* '

KS.v.! hands. The manufactories: of the country can County. Savage Coal and. Iron AT PRINTED MUSLINS and SUMMER> i

-- not be carried on without our cotton which, Whig NominationS, ," C mpany, in trust. for BONNETS. WRIGHT & POINSETTt ,-- .f'

NEWS 15V THE CAMBRIA.livKci'oiM payiuz) a larre duty as it goes in, cannot be TOR DUVAL COUNTY" ., the use and benefit of the August20j:1847.: 3t..f '
turned into goods to compete with our manufactured ;l"' United States by deed I
: August, 11 o'clock, a. m. :lu18- that. they must stop. The For Senator, '' bearing date the 31st day : FLORIDA u. 1
.- I HOUSE ID1 ti
Pjj.ijiltflt his boon di.-S'ilveU. and the new cotton o1'the country will not pay the labor of S. L. BUR1UTT -, < \ 'of De ember, 1842, and j: .
; jon are l'ro!'''{" 1. : ViOr0Lnly. So far aa.urus raising it. Sujsir in the same way, because it For Representatives, I 'recorded' January 6th OR RENT. f

: have bci-n inrJc.; : they show a COlli.triumi,11 can }be hwjrht cheaper from abroad ; so what Col. -J. B. LANCASTER, v ".- 1843, in Liber A B, No.' undersigned offers, on the most f IM

:,\ fur thc free iri'le j.rinciples.In .- are these juHjpk* to do? Some of these inconveniences ARCHIBALD COLLINS. I .' iD D, folios 18, 19, amid 20JI MTI: terms, to sell tfrrent this weH" '

, blJvho 1 ,fll. who will form the new CahR1. have yet only bi.'jjun to be felt by the For Clerk County Court, .. 'in land records of Alle. establishment':furniture inclui !1..F.y..'
r.-t.j'etl"j, for the of lj< uilou. I to be made : .
city >
, Ul''il hacicnd i owners; but a short time more, and OSCAR HART. gany c\lnty, Maryland. I toJ.'B COCE ai '
tr1rl9k! <';" of the harvests txuitiuuc unexfflQiWbl we will hear a general outcry. --- Palatka. A;.H. COL > ,

) I'iK.'ttur.ijriiijI. and every whore pionbiiii'Vuit -- -.----- For F/ifl; CONDITIONS. St. Augustine August 20,"1847.;' tf U }
WM. JL G. SAUNDERS. ; 1. Each bid .must be for a numberon "
m muM ; yi -Kl. It has alrea.J.rNnnI'tce.t Trouble abuiit a State.-A crowd of persons, separate i
Lit M-veral HI' the Southern coun- black and white, assembled in front of the Tre- For'Tax Assessor end Collector. the schedule, &c.,for cash ; to.be depositedat NOTICE :

- (* The tnnts of wu
uinwuliy hiMttiiy. uul the jiot-.ito crop, notftti&uiikr the arrival of a :family from New Orleans who For County Commissioners, the Solicitor :'of theTreasury, ,specifving E. Swilley,late.of"Thwnde ''County,1; ,
i\ all tii.it has been said! about the are jiccompaniKl by a female servant who is a F. BETHUNE, account of what particular number in the schedule Georgia, deceased, 'will :"make'immediatepay..r!* l

jheiMppcorance .11'the rot is affected to a ve- bl ye. The woman wishes to remain with her JL EVELETH. of property it is deposited, to wit: ment to,.the &bscriber' "and: thos6rliaving: 1

irk ijiiifisiut: extent. Reports from Irelandare master and mistress, and is not in any way restrained .1. SUMMEULIN, The United States Treasury; Washington..' claims against said estate-'i st'"present them :*-

glowing. of her liberty nor will she leave themif McCORMICK. District of Columbia; the AssistantTrensurerat payment-to'the A'daunistrator irithinthd' I

Famine and, disease are rapidly vanishing she is allowed to have her own way. We understand Boston New .York,_Philadelphia"Charleston... time required by law; of theyhsin be tarrecl b?.*
fern Irtbni The accessions of the prelacy thit she has been with them at New- -._- -, -- S. C.. New Orleans, and St. Louis;' recovery. 'WMJ '&,BRANCH&thii'r. "," 4

jrishool gentry of the country to the Old port and New Bedford, where similar demonstrations iIARINEINTELLIGENCE._ The'Collector of tile Customs atUuffalo,'N.Y0 Marion, County., Aug.2J S47.. '8w" ', .
Mind are large, and weekly contribuffius have btn exhibit A -
party runaway PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, SEPT. 3. Baltimore, Md. Wilmington, NJ; C. Savannah, -
stwdily ncrese. It is expected that a horse with an empty wagon boliind him dispersed Ga. Mobile Ala and Richmond "Va. .WOTICE. r_ .
will be returned = -z::.==. ,--, :: -.r :' =---:--- ---i ; : ',. __
i l'rol\Ott'il.\n. Ilepealers the crowd ju.-i before two o'clock, much ..the,customs. Nashville., Tenn-, -.. STOLEN.from the 'Snfeiciiber, ,oir7 '
this electiou. ARRIVED. CiJ'rsOohi' *;** -- y. -- '
them. \'KrKftwnt at
to more efficiently' than any process of law or police j and : ._, >tie night'ofthe 4th''ofAugust instant .
1 frmi.ub\e conspiracy. of the most diabolkalcluricter.LasbivmlisC'jVred th.it ci>uM have bom pit in oper tion.- Aug. 27.-Schr. Curlew, Miller, Charleston. Receivers{ of public moneys at LittleTRock; La: DAPPLED GREY STV1J..HOB SE .
at Kome.I { .- Boston Courier. Any. IS). Aug.oO.-U. S..M Steamer Sarah Spalding, ,
: : Ark. Jeffersonville, bid, Chicago, ill, and Detroit about sixn,1iinds high, trots has large'legs,
Savannah via Darien Brunswick and
The who amounted
oliject oftheconpiratIr. to Bailey, .
- --- ---- Michigan. and a seal1 on'theleft side. One of his hip
>t'ft'l'. Jiundredsia number, was to in -sacrc A Legal Trick.-At a trialjheld at an English St. :.Mary's; to Fernandez & Bisbee. bones has been rubbed "
2. Each bid must be with so 'n. to make.. raw
the citizens and the to shire-town the last the U. B.Mail Stcmner 1vlnhoeJarmanSa- accompanied a :
remove Poise Najtby during summer, counselfor 1st,-
pbce. .Anfperson.who will deliver said
horse .
in the form below which
luree five Cardinals} of vxaltdl civil and IlJ.it.ll1' thl'cel'l'u hut found it would be necessaryto vaniiah, via Darien, Brunswick,and-St.Mary's,' guaranty, given must the subscriber resident hbo '
be certified collector naval officer .to t 8 miles frouiAlligator
office, Live been discovered to have been excite tic! xymputliies of the jury rather to Fernandez & Bisbee.CLEARED.. by a ,marshal Coluxniia be
United States district County j ifihall liberally t
jbettors. attorney; postmaster,
more than u n.tL. Assuming a most doleful air :
rewarded for the and thief of
that the is and the mak- horse or either 4 I
Fpuhrfec1ingh. become more tranquil in he took a little- child of the- client's in his arms, Aug.i>R.-Schr. Curlew, Miller, Baltimore. guarantor good, party ,them. ISAAC DANIELS. '
it is for the amount ; .
}France. TL Rug; vr-? well received l)y the who inl1n (liiltt'l'y began: to cry. The lawyer 1st.-Steamer Sarah Spalding, Bailey, Sa ing responsible Alligator, August 20, '47. 2t i' J-
i'''ijle) on tie celebration of tho glorious three went on with his plea. Lisimi; all the melancholy van minim. 3. On receiving a certificate deposite, signed _-'l'.. -

'.. expressions he could think of and pausing :3d.-Steamer Ivanhoe. Jarman, Savannah. by one of the depositories above mentioned, : : ',. ,- i:' I

The Chamber of Deputies is about to be dis- every moment to wipe his c,(':. The poor child .---. -. I a quit claim deed, conveying all the right, title," IN cincuiT coruTi' "' :: t.CoLIDIBIA.
Ih'ed. shrieJa'lllrHl.llr and HHhl"-the jury began to WANTED interest, 'and claim'of the United States to the EASTERN CIRCUIT FIXJREDA: iN AKD rdi '.:, -,. ;

Several sanguinary battles have 1 been fought wriprgleiu their seats and feel particularly uncomfortable property described in the bid and'paid for1, .COUNTY, I. .\:: .

i ieteu! the Ifui>iaus und Cirl sialls-the tor- -die plaintiff tUl'neJ"Cr.r paleand AT THIS OFI-ICE, as an apprentice the Printing will be executed and acknowledged by the'So* ,Abef Cowart; ) 1i i;Chancery;, ; v1' '

mer hvj, been defeated with considerable the lookers ou considered the matter decided. business, a boy of about 14 or 15 years of licitor of the Treasury;free of aU charge to the vs. r .- .
j,S. age. He must be able to read and write welL s Such will be'sent'freeof : Elliabeth Cowart Bill ?
Just us the excitement Jiud almost reached its purch r. conveyance ) for Divorce: "I

S.hiffland is threatened with reyollltion.The .- highest ani needed but. one more groan from Jacksonville.. : Sept. 3d, 1847. I expense, .to. any .post office in the United ;having been made to" appear to:the {1 I '

Bonder, a band or Ciltholif} league, have the lawyer, and one more-shriek from the child, ---- I. States, as.may' requested.," '- r faction of the CrtbAffidaTitbattji. ; ;_ ij f,

I* at'Inedthcmsch-es but are likely to be suppres- to render the defendant victorious, the opposing Attachment t Notice. 4. No bid. will be accepted less,,lt.shall be above named Defendant resides t of the State j

lawyer rose iji his seat, and .calling child byname STATE OF FLORIDA, } SSe satisfactory to the Solicitor, whether there shall of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction'of this tr*

---- asked him what he was crying for. "Cos Duval County. J be one or more bids for the property. Court 1-: .

RELIEF TO IRELAND. Mr. keeps pinching me," said the urchin. Ix THE Cmcirr CoURT FOR TilE EASTERN 5.. Before bidding, all persons are requestedto It is therefore, on'motionof Washington Sk1. 'l'i

Hot EOF COMMONS Mr. dropped youngster and the case CIRCUIT or LORtDA. make themselves acquainted with the situation Ives, Esq. Solicitor for;'said Complainant Oi i- -

JOic2: for ,. .J tJ.-r Mr. JO.--American SulIrtland. also, forthwith. William P. Dewees, value, aad title'of the:propertythey: ,intend ,DERKD,.That the ijaid Elizabeth Cowart be rre. Ite
thezitentiuri calked ATTACHMENT to bid 1 for,so as'to rely upon t1ieU' own quired to appear iid'answer the Complainants', -
ofthe house by his next 1 :
the ,
subscriptions An Incident at Cape May.-A correspondentof "
judgment in bidding. Bill of iComplaint hereirifl1.edithiii ibur" .
'i ,
had iati ly been transmitted from the U. from John M. POllS ). A.m't. of debt,,$184 44. ii
the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing Bonds iu 400 00. mouths or &.Decree POf fli--.*,ill ,be takenagainst : .
-wthereliefoftlie famine in Ireland.f TS. 6. After the last day for receiving them,.the. **- i j. -
Cape Island on Thursday, a narrow escape J her : '.
Iuhotthe Britton P. Cutter. J bids will be in the of Such offices ; ? : "
with t.
Jclin" which the was had the opened presence '
money which Mr. Clay previous evening And.it is fiirther.Ordered Tiatacppy this' 1
ttl1ellon. member read various letters ac- : Defendant and all.other persons)nter- of the department as'shall be able to,attend j order duly certified bj\the ,Clerkjbf this'Court i
l'.7ing eI subscriptions, from New York *.After dinner he rode out on the beach,in Mr.Erolaskey's ted, are hereby notified of the.institution and'will examined and passed upon as;;fast be published in'some'newspaper printedjwithin, ,

: bces- He thought the house ought coach, drawn by four splendid horse 'of the.above entitled:Suit by attachment; as practicable. Notice will be .g v npromp li. the Eastern Circuit of Florida,,once. a weeH con*

agetlut feeling ; and, therefore', with *, accompanied by a lady from Kentucky and i and are required to appear and plead. to the declaration to each person. whose bid is'acdeptedbut- to.no' ,s cutivelyforfourmonths.. < -: ..:;; ,
elicitillg 801ne exIlresion of nation- filed in the slmc'Clse.. others. : : "
two of his friends. On their return, as they 'mO.DOUGLAS'Juw .
tnde which he was sure PHILIP FRASER 7. The name of the bidder'shouldj'in all case$;' 'L jf
was entertained approached the Hotel, the driver in curbing one 1-.
aljbrts! of her!Lljt5tVS donnuions. he moved of the leaders rather suddenly ,caused him tocouuimice Attorney for Plaintiff.. be '*ritttn'atvleiith and in'a legible'hahd.>:, ClerVs Office;'Circuit Court,- ,} ; t. t

'thflris to her Mijety, '. That bhc will be kicking. Both leaders then kicked September 3J, 1S47. '3m The 'bidder' 'should give .the'aine 'of'the postoffice '\ : ... Columbia-..County.t ..

io11s17 Ilusl"j to 4lirect that there be laid and these and .to which communications for him are. tube do1ere SCA.1 BOW GB Clerk of said 0 .. 1l
the horses behind them jumped
ItethlS fr. certify the above be a true'"cbpyfo., ,
house .
a copy! of the Idler from the reared until they broke the shaft, and ran the $2 5. .tEW AR sent. ;.
e&ry If State for 8. Bid must be seale and.'nurkcdbn'thejoutside 'an,orderduly.made and entered record in thar. t
:iflniC Ltjesty's minister FordsuAffairs at to her carriage into the fence. Just before it struck LOST, between the head of Cedar Creek and in these words i" SEALED inns FOE U.S: i above entitled cause,on the, 7th day; of -: v- !

OTledgIiig the Washington, Mr. Clay seized tho young .lady in his arms uck Pond, on the New Road between and addressed to tli ''*" Solicitor .A.D.11S47.: i. : 'h.'f': Ii
dOllation PROPERTY ,.
ill '
fIIJd and ;
tthe } mom-y opened the door, and leaped out of the carriage Jacksonville and a pocket bopk'containing$158 '' ** ," ; ,
epdlture and citizens Alligator, the Treasurv, WashingtbnD; : C." ;- _A..; ::111WJT': .;W1inEoF'' .li "1 Tr&:
or the United
nh art before the driver or bystanderswere and ,, ,", *
of u any in bank notes twC.po es. of r V f5 v Jr.yv 4--
Zlrelan&;encTw the relief of the Famine I able to.render assistance.' hand of $100 each, drawn in favor of.the Subscriber 9.,Form of a bidj guaranty; and certificate':, ; {1 Iiv-'-} hereunto Seal of said set'my(urttobeheretmtowa4T'hand and causefl.thtf -

'. ,ir4 Pallnerstn 1 I -----.. and dated in February last. I will I>".c. j residingat"u fc ,?i l'i847.
to and SU f* great pleasure in accc- Another Candidate.-The.N. Y. Sun is out forti give a reward $25 to any one who will restore of in th.e.State.of# .* .,.1, hereby offer I. '8 SCARBOROUG4flki of August ""<:, :
IJ1ing the motion of his hono- Gen. Worth as the next President. : the United States the sum of ".' .-, ,;.dollars.in ; -.
fri the to into the hands of'Mr. S. -:--. .-- '
elld. paine me, or :
I 1L llljy rt',,ret J he felt lIOn the Blackwood at Jacksonville, or Mr.G. S. Herbert cash.for their,'right title,'interest and flaim,to .Jcrf,20it841. .; -: : 7:: ;
, I I"is th3tin thc patch to which alI Dishonorable Gains.-A German volunteer i the property'descrioed in number in the J A" ,-
aa cu Alligator. GEORGEtD.MILLER. ? : .NOT : >
L } Inide he had not exprpscl.FtrouS 1 1of Iuh I who lately returned to Chicago, from the war; Jacksonville 27 1847. 3tSheriff's printed-radvertisement, ofi;the.jSblicitorof-thd CE. l. i
I August ;
tel.ms as to the it-din- makes his boast that he made $800 during a Treasury,.upon.the terms and"conditioxis thre.in IXWEEKSafter'dat: ; 'theftuddersignedW'i.Vill ; ; .-, '- i 1

't1bL'StI* g ermnent, awl us to tli4t campaign of a few months, by plundering.the Sale.' ., ,t mentioned f and J.berebY7 m conslderation of ., : applytd; the_Honora'bIe-tbe'JudgeofSC! ::. '-'-:>:. '., .

-4 tiiJl to animilc the whole of the n-- bodies Mexicans who had fallen in battle.I the premises/pagreei) in;casei'iny/,theirefor ProbateJor.the.County'or.DuTallforLettm' ., u ht to Juve virtue ofa writ of n. --fa issued out of : Administration on th e Estate of Joseph
' 11 " tht no terms which he could have Immigrants-The number of foreign immi- the'Superior Court for the District of East that sum, .in ,lawful money,' n} ne..of-t depositories :late' .of untldecea8ed. ., :ifl.5jfe .. f I
, ns bre Properly' expressed the feel- grants which have arrived at New York during F1oridaJor.the County of oDuval I will, exposeto *tUl.:881d..adl'ertisement; : .': rh' -,4- 'JoSEPH.B.ARBEM&nguist13th1847 .:-": ..... 4

'. p1eor P1141111 t en excited ill the minds of the the-year ending the. 31st of July, was 152,116. public sale, in front of the Court House in the itiin':t days(after my bid shall be accept ; :, w " - More than Town "of'Jacksonville in saijTcounty on the : v : ... -'-:. -. .' -.... -- "
I i 1
**ru. ?ulltry liyUc_ noble conduct of Last year the number was 91,2bO. iwl and notice "thereof sentt6 me bynlwt; r : -: mf
't :In the U. : tatesoforthAmercontrjuj half this was from British ports.suspension first.Monday in October nexf!;between the legal .Dated_ j, '1'- ,.i1S4'7.''. ,''-,' ; ', i.tr TIO" .",..' .. 'f, ',':)3 ,, ;

the. hours of sale on that day,a certaiS negrb'femaleshave For value'reeeiviBd I'guarantee' t tlieTJnited- LLPEiSON8ar'heftbi catrtlonwIaBunk?*:;: '- _.. of I

I. ce by them toward Ext nded"Tnc- of the:British j called.Chloe. ,.and her child Gcorge ken_ Stafe"the'-erfornuuince, of the above i-under K ,Jt 'tJlattm *it1mnj ::Abi tW h r." ." -' ;.

IUd : 1rehn<], was not only large and lib-, navigation'laws and the duty on breadstuff's,has .in execution as the property ofJbsephB' ;Lan ing by'sgnerthereo. case'Ms.bH be accepted coo. ,' .rther.,frthfrom. iof? _' c_ 1.
in favor of 1- hy" f' ,Ii
execution GouldBankS' ,1 ._, -
erou. an "
$4 'thich '.In amount, bat the manner been,extended until March next.- caster.satisfy. :. S:" 1-i' ,):i any'property ba 't'iIBJ _'.I.w ". '
) Was *_ __ '- i & Co' 7HOS/LEDWIT. i !' '. 1 'd'et iminefnot'fori i Scbtis.k"ft .
4e1' glVen the with -- .
h promptitude .T -" ". Dated' ,847.. .. : s .
' fI !ii. PJtchoo, and the strong feeling Mississippi Senator..The Jf wimp/nan of the ; .Aug.X .t i7,;.1841.-' -" 'rp.4, Sher4. "&c.C11ecLoi.'sL.st ::\" ,.. : .ri'the 4 above -toi'
1 In the sufferings of the people of 13th:fult., announces the appointment by the .' '"- \ sumimentine i:tTzIbv me:. .* ; "". $ 'LEVIwmGHT. } --. ,

1. 'lit by }jj J who contributed to the supplcs! ,, Governor of CoL Jefferson' Davis Senator for.the .t', i ? S Notice, ,: I jI ..; ro"p tii tt1 tnarids7at''B St i: 'bidsden to ..;Alligator J August, J.":?41.2ti.... .._. .. ,._;_.,'f/.*,.; .
of in the place of Mr. Speight, :' '. '. ;'4, : .
J oaj"1 POsSibly could have l t-cn cx- State Mississippi; .. 'FOR:1841.: ; -, ,; .at 'tn. office of. tKeJTttfteS States district attdif "' ,
) '. put Or bound deceased. ,'An honor5 most worthily bestowed.;': I : m tEe' it tn i'W'Lf "-' 1."tf i' ,,', ,
1 \i b7 Ht ties If ny people however ; WILL attn4' at the fohiowiiig! 1 places; for' ney ititha. 'ItI cityf''f.l;and;; ".- .S' "Ii ri"i's' I'\--fti -< .- ..' iVOTiCE __ .iI".t: ..'. .- J. .
. 1'ebglOn common habits ptirentagCj: common ywildo.ThBosthnPostsubfl4tS the: "the pufpbse 0 receiviiigTEfties:-' On. u. 'i''- :- v ISh.",, .gI en- 'Wt-c'YMOlUl1CfatttrraM'. -- ...'..' ;' ._... .':...' ..'..'>,_.\
. "stjfi' and manners which E.PrescqttJ& I' ilfiids not per rm oii the pfjQtebid 14 apply.to--we'.A. e U\I .. the,': :-, ,-: I
, .lep/.rate&from following as "first'r tc._ It jxJssesses-4 ,t Sept.:i 9'from 9 to)2t'a.t Ciay iDf ; part ? __" '. '",'. ..
us "finch extent .Probate' 411 by an Couit t11' diihaifrorn .
to .'in the .1) 1" '
. the"trms ;
. ; lP1 para.tetl, 'A set buttons for a new coat of paint. ,A I., jThomasvillePrcinct: :t" er, according specified J.; Ji' '
'h :
ap 118O.f&1' England and Ataeriw- wheel from the lastfetage-of consumption/?; -".' iilr Blsck: Creek;' Coy?s.., j7 ,.' 'above ..condition ;uiay,.at the option:ofthe_ ;& -- e. __-ii.: et ea '. --..;,, ",.,'- :

1 scparated from the distress ". __ j '. ', .StJobsBeachA Patso ns'. .. f litobedec1arnuijI'anl" vo 1',.In all. asw1erfrud.jriayba es, .,\. vh11iamw&1ercateOWc. Uty,4eceet:& -. ". _; {
: b.ast'l1ed ---- .1. '
to relieve,that it Val > 'i'I' been" ractseclagainst.eBolidl .:,.. i.," '.'.,''" '-r "
tlfCoriun' :il5trhfg8and "i' 14. CoLJohn.Broirard's.i ; ; : ;; y \1 | I "" "I1).um'i.kfit'o .
Journal i-e ciphers ; .
-\ad toblItett such lejr& of sywptby The ; ..:! 2'A'JM'7'J' '. ,:,1" ,
Ju1y ; "
eX& .
. ", 'ndarintiReed'Sn ..G ,', the.1Tnit d States- rmayb.cuting'tlwi :.
: Such 113 democrats" into? the nexfh uset'congress : -16.; : < > .. ,.. '-. ; ": .
conduct '
LOatt! cxpressed.ai a' 24Onfle4OU E6u.se. ,; : 'declare theibidrinvjJid --- .ciki.tI'f .' '.. .'t.:':.;:. :
.i of In the :23 U.. conveyances .. -, '"
democratic "D" "
true The -
>l feeling ; and ;228.' ,majority i, J '".,. :: 'dIDaB. ?. ; : << 3'fi. ;, -
I ki7cj Ohie ha.na *ucU senAte.will be '.fifteen':or more. Digbysay s.the .' '. 'THO l' W1T \ i'f and'ofdffect.' ". f dL-.q ftlSXf t ; ", ." ': "3' --' '' '., .- ":',J./ ,<,1---.-,., ."-
[ % lobind the affections E crosity-Of tended. de.m crats.' at all evehtb.'Will have.a*majority f M. t ,:gherif!*and Ebc-.omc oTax'- oUecto!- : "t"'rtJff'-r, l ''Solicitor.'of. Treaisury.t. I -'l,''t"'!' o..na! ,;. -:wl.C&U'.1tIM...... ..-. ...;. --." .-I .' itM'k / '.. :;.",'..'- .':-'._;.:= "<.$,;_:.:- -
.pa.5 those.upon: :; .1. 0)' 1' "6. .:. ItI '... ---vi. ; '" '
27th 1 :
i Execta
oafcrred, on the other hand it on joint b31lot!1" > / -: i- ;'?' ; Jacksonville; AugUst lS4rr 4&i -4' .ll." : > 'ft'eaIJ sa: ,;. .-' :::>.' .

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j -T ;...gjfertflRJB Sale.BY ., ...Tax!Collector?., Sal -'i' ::,: .)vAH91JE'QR'PINT1Si : : .CO. '>'!: ,I.:. "' '.:.' ,;.'L'.. ":.:..,., '1. :' jo -y.0".:;" .- ., '_'. '
1'' Tirtue )f iirit' r fieri facias, issued BY ,irtue.f utho.ritj'elted n.me by law Ihave..leviedipon : '' L .Y.UO ; 't'o' .G- "01.(;. :'.. 4.' .. ..

tr' !\tibm Lt Justice'/Court' of Hillsborough' *,file'following d.,*$tI :. I ",',_'.: ,. .pjN: :.' ., 'iu'J'S& S..f.f OLME 4-it r*C9 V i.h ,R" woct, i.) .a.

;.J : i: County, .State, .of Florida'l vie ,upon and 'returned '48,000 (forty eight th usa' dae.' '; returnwKto: ;, : :I yUL/thfir; /stock 'Merchandize-o. to ..theB", t' '. I

t L to...ine ,by Constable. will. expose for me by the'.Aitesjor, as that part'of the Arredondo )No.;50[Cedar'jStireet, ,' Kew-IToirkf: uidngformeihy! l :occupied by !tbe United. Slatedknown' .:.. 1,,
Grant ; ,a tbe' GoyernroenC/Building.; ; !jThfy. |ia'$ : I '
sal ;/ rore theC. nrt-llouse doqr inTampa,pn Iyingin.the countyof MariornAlan. ; ; I I

..'4 the first Monday: in Septemberr nelt,1\ between ,320 ,(ihrf'e hundred and.twenty, ) acres mm : ] I' '.I, 'm :j:' 'N.iictitheijfiitocfcV oiYprkj; ; a full I ,"esortmentof. b'j 'the, .late D'1'G.arrira oodsf.GroHardware,7Pr'ovIion Is i.from.. .. ,', JL....'. .. ,. ._
lawfal hours of the described returned the Assessor in Lhe.name' of.Pltri.ckR. '" +1' .
.sale: J
the following
by .
2 1 L4EItpQr; /) .
( which
ori, ,\ ', (&c.v&c '
I" : : ;;
ProP to wit: Thirty-iune and l-89th Hacket.- pBE I E 'I'
'I .,
/ :'
theTspacions FIVE STORY .WABE reduced! .,
Vre sellat
before Occupy ; -t .hey; prepared.to: price* '! .
acres land, N.W. %.of N. E. 3 Section 12, I shall offer for sale, within legal hours \ 1ImI! JS.TATis -
: the first Mon- HOUSE,'Noi56: CEDAR STREET, the\wHOLK i; The/'are now; prepared .t;. purchaseCbttqnf, : .
E. the "J. ,
j Township Range 22, S. & Levied upon Court Hnitra door, in Ocala. on ,' '
of which devoted to'the exhibition'and. sale, : 3idet/ and o b produce of the..country, aitiighesi $M I It.
the of to ; of next, all of the. l; 1-
I Stephen Hollingsworth the 61h'day September
i as .P perty day 1i : ,
thereof wjll of foe Single Article 6f' *> % i ;Market'rates,,and make cash advancesni, n. rn p ;otih" clotCo
' satisfy sundry executions. in favor of James T.. l hove described lands, or ns much as l
; Maybee and others. he sufficient to satisfy the amount of tax due t eState PRINTEP" :CLJCWS.[ : consignments : o.their'* friends in' ; Savatiqali .'andSharleVwh ,. t.: entitled'An Act to esat bii b
; : ;; oVNew: York. "
St. AIark9 : I
< iD
with the amount ;
; JOHN PARKER Sheriff sborough Co. of Florida for 1 845;together ? : ,> Florida
Stock''cotisisfs '
Their present" : article of
,. 9 3t due the Suite, and county of Marion, for the yearA. They have, a new the 2d of March '
847. "
Tampa July day I833
ji 1
call 'JAyii.
D. 1846, and all legal I costs that may accrue "Thousaud.Puktiges: Ploughs"to which'thie i;.would* .respectfully K. POLK ,
} Election Notice. thp attention nfPlaruters..Jackonvih1ttNov. : Treildenf of the
thereon. E. D. HOWSE, Sh'ffand :Embracing i some THOUSANDS of:;.different lJ irttd
will be held in Duval Countyon j ; 6. :'tf States'.of. .America ,
L ELECTIONS Ex officirt Tax Collector for Marion Co. ; patterns and colorings,comprising everything ,. ->-.' ,do !hereby:dtt
the fourth (4th) day of October .
( March 5th, 1847. 6m desirable in the ;line POREIGN' -aiid an.d..make_ known :ihat, a
. ifjf I next ensuing, (A. D. 1847,) for one Senator, (of Foreign. Periodicals.. ',
DOMESTIC. >, .' wilibe, held) M the ;Land.
.Office i/rJ
the first class) for said County, for two Representatives TICE.ALL \- : : ,
N All of which offered.for sale.-'for cash. or .
sd of said County in the General Assembly Persons directly or indirectly interested, credit are aiifa LOWEST 'REPUBLICATION OF ]lahasaee, in; the>State>(Florida foViS

! jf jft j of the State of Florida for one Sheriff, one hereby notified'by the undersigned, that. satisfactory the PRICES,. THE LONDON QIJAItTERLrREVIEW,. disposal J of 'the'under eDt 11ed lots
Circuit t Court Clerk one Tax Assessor and Tax of by ,THE EDINBURGH.:REVIEW j.
$ r in ,conformity with an Act of theLegislature: 'PIECE OR PACKAGE. said townof: St.,Marks, cdncj i *
. Collector, four County Commissioners, one Florida entitled "An Act to provide for the re-establishment THE 'NORTH 'BRITISH \lmW, the' i'
County Surveyor and one Coroner for said of the Records of the County of'Columbia New Styles "are received almost' ?every day, THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW; .. ,, l Monday, 4th dayrolf to rl ,'

,p : County Duval; Also,for four Justices of the and for other purposes"approved January and many of them are got up for bur own sales AND. wit: -

i- Peace for each of the respective Justices Districts : 6th, 1847, they will file in the Clerk Office of and not to be found'elsewhere.fjr BLACKWOOD'S. :EDINBURQH. >UGAZINE. : "Lt t ,numcberf'd IWo .tnrefi! (our '11;.r

; : of said County. Said Elections to be held the District COUI for said County paper writing Printed lists .of, prices,'corrected from eight! ten,eleven! twelve,fourteen,fiftfta'..ii

: at the places, and under the superintendence of purporting hen copy of a deed of gift from day to day, with every variation in the market, THE above.:Periodicals, are printed in New eihteen. nineteen, tent), ,1Went.two. ..

; :. the gentlemen hereinafter named and who are Henry JODPI,de t'QoIpd,to his daughter.! Caroline are placed in the hands of buyers. iiimedi fey on their,arrival by'theBritish three, !wenty-o rt twentj-m.twtnij- fI''.

hereby appointed Inspectors of said Election, Mattaire, the original deed having bren destroyed Merchants will be able to form .some idea of steamers in""a .beautIful clear type, on ty:,ighr, thirty,: thiity. ne, thiijtwo.thirlyfiye .' ,

z to wit: by fire, on the first day of November 1846. The the,extent and variety of our assortment, when fine white,paper, and are'faithful copies of the: ,,.lhirly-!ix. ibirty.,ight. sbirij.i "

At Jacksonville Precinct.-Justices DistrictNo. introduction said copy made for the purpose of we state, that, .the value of our usual stock of originalsBLACKWOOD's; MAGAZINE being an ly.;,tw.o.Jor'1'llIrcE', frtJ.fuur'furjj.j "

.-. Inspectors.-Farquhar'Bethune,Robert perpetuating the objfcts and purposes of the onginaldeed. this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice ,the value of exact fac-simile of the Edinburgh edition. tyeigit, .iifty.fifon!,..fifly4, fift.y4. ,

, p 1 Bigelow, Oliver Wood. HENRY MATTAIRE, the entire stock of dry. goods usually kept by The wide,.spread fame'of.these splendid.Periodicals five: ,fifty-ii'xfi1'iy.right. sixty.twu,.sixsy.thj,.4

I t At Black Creek or Garey's Ferry Precinct.a .- I CAROLINE MATTAIRE. our largest holesale jobbers. This fact}; together renders,it needless to say much in their, ty-four, ixtj.ix".sxt1-leen.sixsy.i i&bt, ,

$t .r Justices District No.-. Inspectors.-Elijah By JAMES S. JONES Agent. with the fact that our means .ana our praise. As.literary. organs, they.:'stand tar in four,_ sey'entynYeentynine ,- .s 'er.yi.. .!ntyh, ''

r Blitch, George Branning, Solomon Morgan. Alligator Fla., June 4th, 1847. 3m attention instead of being divided among a vast advance of any. works of:a.similar>stamp now : eightyeighty.six! ,eighty"!' 'ri&

: At Mandarin Precinct.-Justices District No. variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE published, while the political, complexion of eight, ninety, r ninety-one,. ninvij# iu II

: J :4 _. Inspectors.-Calvin Reed, Ebenezer Ev- NOTICE. will render thej advantages Whlch'we can offer. each is marked by a dignity, candor'and forbearance ninety-eight! ,ninety-nine, onebunuj-, oDe J.

t I eleth, Charles Byrne. I ALL persons having demands against the E* to dealers perfectlY' obvious ; and it shall be not often found in works'of a party a red and two,.one J.nd.ed. jhrre,one. Ddni

z. : j At St. John's Beach Precinct.-Justices Dis- ,, of Peter Dalziel, late of Columbia. our care that none who visit our establishment character. and four, ,, one hundred and ix,:one hur> ,fraud

!; trict No. -. Inspectors.-Kingsley B. Gibbs, County, deceased will present the same within shall meet with any disappointment.Our They embrace the views of the three great seven one;.hundred. and eight"onehundrrd I'nd'-.

.t; Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. ,1Ii ix months to the subscriber they will be bar.I assortment is complete at all seasons of parties in, England-Whig, Tory, and Radical. one hundred and eleven, one hundred iaCl'I,'fr,'

: At Cedar Creek, at the School-House now occupied I ,.* forever. the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. Blackwood'? and the London Quarterly are one..hundred ami 1 fourteen. one BunoW .taJfit

:: by DC Cottcs.-Justices District No.-. THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, S.-B. F. LEE. formerly of the' firm of Tory : the "Edinburgh Review,"Whig; and the teen, one hundred and? sixteen"one unC lf( nJ

Inspectors.-William Braddock,James L.Christopher Administrator Ex officio. Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original "Westminster" Radical eighteen, one,! undr..d.tlnf. ninrtven,one Wrd

: and David Turner. Alligator! Feb. 19th. 1847. 6m firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con The price of, the RE-pKiNTS'is less than one- arid twenty,one. .hundred and iwVnry twoowBi U

t. tr At ThomastUle Precinct. at the house of William nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- third of that of the foreign copies and while dred and. twenty-three, one'hundred"im{ twrart.

' Thomas.-Justices District No. -. In- NOTICE. ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & they are equally well got they adord all that Io.ur. up,
. .* spectors.-Abrarn Bessent, William Thomas, II ALL persons having demands against the es Judson, and assures his friends that the new advantage to the American over the English .the portioni'of the following named Tot.,I94 ten.
.1 James Odum. I. of John C. CIyd late of Columbia concern 'shall have the same pre-eminence in reader. ered b"'the "donation, >f fen arie, inaife"i.VB

,! At Clay Hill Precinct.-Justices District No. County deceased, will present the same within this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished TERMS : Tallahassee' Railroad. Company tizf :lM..

: ) -. Inspectors.-Edward B.Brannam,Henry six months to the subscriber or they will be barred the other two houses to which he be S bend forty-seven,, fifty-nine, six)?,, ', D
t Bennett, John Moore. forever. longed. June 25, 1847. .ly. ,any one of the four Renews $3'1il annum. ,and!pnl.t} seventy-three, E'1:1t1! ,"- wofi&till-fi,
: rii Polls to be openel at 9, A. M., of said day, or THOMAS For two do. 5 Mnety-four: -
I as soon {thereafter practicable, and to close Administrator Ex officio. NEW STORE For any three do. 7 c The off TH'g of the aboTemenlionrd'lots'.m'Lt j jcommenced
Feb 19th 1847. 6m the
Alligator, m day appointed
at fife ((5)) o'clock, P.:\. For all four of the Reviews 8' procrt u
) 1'' Witness my hand this 20th day of Jnne,A.D THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- For Blackwood's 3" the name ordf rin which hey read. vertWii.wil'
III Circuit Court. the Magazine, all ronvpni iit dispatch; until the naliliitt
1S47. W\L F. CRABTREE, [) unrler style of h<)lp.
For Blackwood and the Reviews
EASTKRN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. 4 10 been offerrn, and the'sale thus
of Probate of Duval.
Judge County
. County of Ditval: In Chancery. WRIGHT & POINSETT CLUBBING: sale shall not be kept rpen'longer thin two t
: _.July 9th, 1847.______ John C. Pelot &Ch rlt."s H. Feint, ) Four opies of any or all of the above works and no' private!! rniry'to lot will be' ;ifBHtJ vr
44 Have rented thn store recently occupied by Mr. B. any :
; In Chancery. Administrators Ifoll and singular 1*. CUTTER. and would now solicit that will be sent to one address on payment ot the until after the expiration of 1M iw 'hit'. "

I CIRCUIT COURT-SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, the Goods anti ChatteU.Rightsand .1 for I'roCredits of public patronnge who desire to purchase portion ragular subscription for three-the fourth copy 'GIVE tinder my hand at the Cilt ih&tp.,

:l IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGII. of James D. Pelot, de being gratis. ion,this wpnty-fimi day May, Anne DODM

John W. Robarts, ) ceased.Herman I. I I l.ntiui.rotllIrn of M.of -- GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. rr Remittances and communications must thousand right hundred and" forlj-i vpo. ,JH

: vs. > Bill for Divorce. VII. .".Ils KSWatclimakcr They are now receiving and will kt.t p conMuniiy be made in all cases without expenses to the B/ the Piesideni. : .

*1 ; Permelia S.II.Robarts ) Hooker &Charles ,?'.&c.&?. on hand a geneial assortment of publishers-the money may be enclosed in a letter JAMES Ki''P 0lfc
! appearing to the Court from the Bill filed Hooker & I Myiiiglon : directed to the '
; ton ns HYing-I ,post-paid, publishers.N. RICHARD M. YOUNG. -
IT nod fur an Goods Groceries Boots .
.I in this cause, that Permelia S. H. Robarts, I N. Risdon, William :M. Dry B. The Postage on all these Periodicals is Commw. .>flpr of the Gpnpr"I.LandOtSceNOTICE. /
the Defendant in this case resides out of this Charles F<. Leeds & .T Injunclion., Shoes, Hats, &c., .reduced by the late Post-Office law, to about one

t State so that process of law cannot be served BaggH.au Risdon, Leeds: & Baggs, J Which thpy pledge themselves t'> sell AT THE third the former rates, making a very important .,

I upon her, according to law. et. al. creditors, &c. &c. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, a* an induce- saving in the expense to mail subscribers. In '
. IT .is THEREFORE ORDERED, That the said having been made to appear to the satisfaction .mf>nt for CASH CUSTOMERS 10 cull mxl . *#* In all the principal Cities ,and Tonns pursuance of I he pi mistim! *of the Act fcfCWre

Defendant be and appear before the Circuit IT of ihe Court by affidavit, that several of Having come to the determination tit keep IVO throughout the United States, to which there is a ?Act:s to, approved 2d March. J 1833 VriwIfd."JU", '

: Court of Hillsborough county, to be held at the Defendants named in rhti Bill of Complaint filed BOOKS: and to, buy their Good* principally, direct Rail Road or Water communication fromthe terand estBblish Receiver a town at Si.Marts, she a,.

Tampa, on the second Monday in Octobej, A. D. in the above entitled cause reside out of' the for the Cash, they will enabled to sell them asCII city of Nero York these Periodicals mil be ofthc* LandOtSreat TallaW
, will be .
1 1S47, and defend said suit; or the same will betaken I Suite of Florida and b.*yond the jurisdiction of EAP or CHEAPER thin they can he purchased delivered FREE OF POSTAGE; see, I. tJuir prior ,|i.I lh. 'day ,ptViVtoacert
II as confessed. this Court, Therefore on motion of Gregory elsewhere. EDWARD WRIGHT, LEONARD SCOTT & CO Publishers AID' value of any improvements" tkli
: And that a copy of this order be published Yale, Esq., Solicitor for said Complainants, EGBERT PO1NSEIT. 112 Fulton st New York. may been made' on Jh |Ints4i.ignasvd iithisproeluumi.tinn

3 in one of the newspapers of this State, for the IT is ORDERED That the aid Herman Hooker N. B. Hide nod other country produce takenin Aug 13th 1847 ; rrspertiyely, "aivf' ,lb.| pqre&ser >

I :t space of three months, according to law. and Charifs )'in,:ton, as Honker & Byington; exchange fur GoixU.Jnrkumiville nl public sale f'fany' lot ,upon wbien uSere irtsuch
1 GEO. W. MACRAE, Isaac N. Risdon, William M. Kwdon, Charles F. March 19ih.,1847. ly NEW AND CHEAP MONTHLY. PUBLICA, imr>n>-mentiim: other.than jheowor! ( lmf (

, :4 Judge Southern Circuit Florida.A Leeds and James B. Baggs, as RUdon, Leeds & ,TIONS. hall, in addition lo the "sure,:,o hfpaid fa the V.

true copy: Baggs ; H. G. O. Babcock; James B. Morgan; "BAPTISTTELEGRAPH, Only One Dollar a Year. owner States for be.the and hereby_ 'i,. required lo pojtol&:
imprnvpment.'ihe ..Ine ofAdw
Bncon John Chestor Bishee & .
E. A. WARE Clerk Henry ; Mallory ;
ANDFLORIDA To commence in October next and to be issued as thus a.triTtainfd and
, .' By J. W. ROBARTS, D. C. Jacob Guttersnn, as C, Bibee & Cc.; Amos P EMIGRANT. : ; ifpnjnwntshall ,1Jw.irf',
regularly thereafter on or about the fiifteenth not be mHileupon shidiiyonsfdch'tbjjsm.was .
and others, be und
Shumway required to
9th 1847. 3m iippear .
:} July answersaid Bill of Complaint within four months. of every month. j't'rchzavd, 'I',,'Jilt shall t he again OM

! In Circuit Court.EASTERN or, the same will be taken HS confessed tigainst THE Subscriber proposes ti, publish in the public sale on lti;., next day of ale, and i is.tn sucbr
, Jacksonville.. .Ea Florida monthly
.,. ,, them. GOD.EY'S shall not he r"p hl<><>l l*roinipplf tbPrurrluu!!
, ofihe itbov iiile. It shall b .
neutral -
CoLu3IuuC0UNTYTowIT: IT is FURTHER ORDRRKD. That a "nfthiJ mMvspaper. > tint or fir nr.y othi-r lot oSVp-d lit ilaat'-pubIic.I
December Term cop in politico? shall roiitningfiuTal intelligence ; REPUBLICATION OF THE TWO MOST TOfVLAR WORKS '
1847. Provider l'hnl'ifnnc lot 6Vird 811d&iJ ut-
Ordpr.duly certified by the Clerk of this Ci'iirlbp f ni
I Archibald H. Cole, James B. } piiblixherl in somp Newspaper printed v.'iiliin the and in Religion, shall be frank mid explicit. J3LACKWOOD'S. IN EUROPE: th.- Inst dHf" flf the p'uMFc sale! ;ihsll o"r.J.. IJ5:

1,1 Cole and George W. Cole partners EntertCistuit of Florida, once a week coimrrutively The paper will advocate ihefHiihnnd piarlireof : LADY7S MAGAZINE junid1ir, the same'tnay be enli-reii hi'privateub,,
the denomination in the United And Gazette the
Suites Fashionable
I &. using the name and Attachment: fur; four month upon paying to the Unitrd 18IPII. tin sntntfwbicli'it'ivn ,
TJ style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to, THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. nnll'l'Ihl\lll"' pnrliculHily devoted to ||IH interests ALSO. bid i>(F and to tlieii_:ner of ibefw
of ih<*Southern and South Western States. Thpsecuhirand THE LONDON WORLD OF FASHION
; vs. $171 50 I. OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do ,pr lvf'mnrs, the previously, nmtaiiwil nlselb
4 Hezekiah A' Nash, and MerBond filed for hereby certify the above to be a IfillcOJycf un Religious, improvement III l tinpeople l And Continental Feuilletons. fc >> 'f." .

rick Barnes, partners, &c.conS;43 00 Order duly m:$d<* and entered of recoid in the above of Florida it, hall consider as its paramount obligation. .The Price of which two Works in England is : By the/Act Congsesit aforesaid, ihewipfm! !
; firm of H.A. Nash To reprove vice; to promote, Virtue, to el-' $ of
f stituting the er.titlpd, cause on the seventeenth day of iayea. price each town lot i. fixed at tWenty-fi'f'A
& Co. J Aprit[ A.. D. 1847. evnio the mind.to the wot4iiptifthu.* true ion andto n-. As republished by the subscriber theywill lars, and of each out lot, atrvienty.hlve'duUsrlrfacre

; ,'IIE Defendants: and all others interested "; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, IL.S. improve the wnrdly condition of mankind, will cost only SI a year.BLACKWOOD'S ,.

; ., are hereby notified of the commencement { ?> hereunto set my hand and btliX, the seal, be its trailing features.TKR.HS '. J RICHARD.M YOUNG,

I of the above entitled suit by Attachment, returnable of said Court. FOR ONK YXAn-l"O"IWpVpc''pifOIJO| ; LADY'S MAGAZINE, Commissioner of'the; Generil'LwiO&f*'._
six copies, $5; one C'I' '..$t. Advance .
to the December Term of said Court OSCAR HART Clerk. payment "
P will be expected in all cases.CF AND GAZETTE OF TilE., FASHIONABLE, 'WORLD--
to wit-the third Monday in December next- 23 1847. "
and are required to appear and plead to the : All bMlers addrwsed to the Editor, must For T
declaration therein filed according to law. lie post ..aill. Letters, Music,,'Fiiie, Arts,,Fashions, &c. jS AlI: iA ,R .
JOHN P. SANDERSON fIfJtlu 6 otjt, N. B. The first number will be issued .on the i. The well-known .celebrity .Europe andtnis '" .xi > '

Plaintiffs' Attorney., and Jeweller.No. first Tuesday in June next.JAMES country, of BlackwoOd's.,. linbu rg -Magazine, 'THE couiro1 instruction ,pnr ieiJ ia.tfli.

Alligator Florida June 25 1847. 4m MAIN-STRKKT. 1cDONAT D. Editor. has.induced the subscriber to commence the republication iml'j founded upon the pnneipl fII,|,
r -, Jacksonville. Fla.. April 30th. 1847. of this fasM l&blc London n ly., duciion and anal.igy. .Sludeni who art wpfff*'
informs the
In Circuit Court, -. Jacksonville Respectfully citizens It is a matter surprise that the republication red.to enter college, mayi.here, pursne'tbe reqaJ1
1 EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. f and its vicinitythat' CARD. of this work, was .not commenced site studies; ;ubile those,'who are r ot.ile jxi
be has removed the house immediately some : .
COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO \yii: tlf since. for, n"profeiision, can.selert suck,brancbf*.**'
'fr1 years On looking over,some of the late
adjoining the one recently ,
December Term, 1847. 'p. RIVERS &. ROYALL'.J numbers find,them filled witli Stories" and best suitjhefrobject life "
.. 4 Isaac P. Hardee and Robert 1) occupied, as the:printing DENTAL SURGEONS' Poetry, and Narratives the most oC..which fall The. regnfatii nA'0' the .institution are..

H. Hardee, merchants and partAttachment: office of the"Florida Statesman."and is..now prepared but little behind those,published iia the Edin. with'the single i dt'lIgnf promoting, th:uite1kt

j ners, trading under the name, Sum sworn to, execute, with protnptitude.all orders connected Office, North East corner of St. Julien Street. l burg.Workand surpass-even the al,and moral,advancement of member-
many- .emana-
U style'and firm'of L P. & R. H. $154 06 with the above line and Market Square, .' tions from the.Giant,intellects'of the contributors -,The,
Hardee, Bond filed for Mr. Grothe .would nl-n gay tha ,he nas determined SAVANNAHGEOEGIA.. to,the great Northern Magazine. The.best'- Preceptor.deniresta ,euhi8.I', 'with 1"*P'

vs. $308 12 confine his attention, in future, exclusively Aug. 20, 47., ly t .. writers.of the day contribute to its ; pils,:babi<4 of kind, ,antfanujjajnprc.guriues111Lto'jnljuence !
Nickabud'Raulerson. to work in these branches.. lie renders his pages them rather byan'appeal! in she LrI1I'
THE Defendant and all others interested, are thanks to the many friends who have given' 'him FORWARD ..fe ALDRICH, ,London has now, and,been,has,published,a circulation"seventeenyearsin .exceeding-; principle* of_the liearti tban by, severe,and&

notified of the commencement of their patronage, and trusts that his' exertions hereafter ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS'''AT LAW. 70,000, Scotland Ireland grafefulpunibn., the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable will be such a- to merit'it. Kj" Will p"'acticp.in the 'several Court of Law? and copies continent through England oflorope., Jt : n,accurate account of the delinqnencea of*Try.schblar
is translated
From long practice in his business, he fee].. I, .and.al'"o,of,the
degreeu- .n.a
the att
t to December Term of said Court, to wit: and Equity; in the Eastern Circuit of Florida.. into several of the: continental '
the third Monday in December next and are himself competent to give satisfaction, and his Wjt.Ai'FoftWAhii, Si.fArii#H. tine/ ''"' .it languages is kept c" c'ppy .of ..which.account, in. rnni>ev*
beingJthe- only .instance? of ;
I required to appear and plead to the declaration charges will be moderate ,and .reasonable as Louis ALDRJCH, '. N'wnaivihl.WM. '. 1 I Magazine recelV1Dg.th; t'compliment.The :aa., 'English: with! the regular term. bill, 'iiranrnitiedgo. "
those nftheNorthN. parent guardian, hu
I % u.
therein filed according law. may..desire
,' W. ;1.IVES, Plaintiffs Attorney. B. Clocks and Watches repaired in the best E,,.,CRABTREE, and publication will will. commence' in. October TERMS FOR A.$3issiosoyrwKLyK X ;
.1 next continriexi : *
.. Alligator E. F. July 30th 1847. 4m manner, atid at the shortest notice. ATTORNEY ,AND.COUNSELLOR AT, LAW. 1 monthly Higher Branches, -- '.- $3JOO
Jacksonville, Dec..26. 1845. ( ,' Jacksonville FlaW The publication price' ,of the-abov&work- .in I _Common"'Blanches, 700.
n NOTICE. : London,ia $6. Latin Greek
NOTICE.r; ; .L attend to'anlbu ..ir. *'entru. "li tit his Hand Claires, extra* !
I Persons concerned or interested ( ,
I ALL. to take'notice, that the undersign, ,4Lt; persons interested are hereby notified that in n"v .r'' ,eC.,. .'t.'in-' the E ,lll\rn- Cir utt.'uf ,\ riii LONDON wiip$ : : ,OF'FASHIONS, I rcnis Lessons. in.. trench'given'afthe. request ot'j(In .
.- '
ed in. with act of the:State of .jx.Monibr.Bftf'r the date hereof the under Florida.; I' t '
compliance an AND: CONTINENTAI. FEUHiETOJlS. i Any pupil lit .ri'fro.rt School,bc4OtEI, .
Florida entitled "An Act to provide for the re- signed. Administratrix Administrator,.with. : end
FEb1X.LLy1G.SrON : .of the, iessi6nj except O-"RI'O" ;4ick'.
establishment ofthe Records of, the County of the will annexed Jesse Standley, d c al1 l"cI.-will, A Monthly iilico.tionof'the.Courts t t.'l1oru1 nPa"fS'Dt4 Principal he
AXTORNE. Y;;AT ,LAW, and ( ed.to EJ$1i Life Fashionables : approve will required topsyt'f'unexpir'd
t. ;> -
Columbia Hon.
,, and for other purposes Approved apply lii Jildt .of 1'rnbnte fur'Alachiia' of that j.ii, -
If 3 :.Fashions : "- i :part n. ".
JacksonvilleFla. ,Polite ..Litttat fe -Fine -
I January 6th, 1847: They' have this day filed County, fore final settlement of their accounts as, ><; i .No deduction will be:made.in'the charge i "
' in the CIeri Office of the Circuit Court for such and discharge from the further-Administra Will practice i: all th Courts ufheEastern1, :Arts, tkejOperaSjiTheaireste,: >< : I a.lWpJIIOrOcCaOnaIahseic! : P," 1. cae < C

said County, a paper writing purporting to':be don of said.""fll''. ,. ..' Cir"ui;' ;! ,:Mftrc '19. 6m., 'itt., 'Edited, by several'Literary.andFzishipnable.Characters I tracted sicVnexs.requiringflhe. pupil VMVdrawn J ,.-
a copy jn.substance of the last,Will and Testament \ DICEY: STANDLKY.JVdmfk.r.( C d''c \- : 'from
: : .CGILLETT ; tbe&buIpro.r deduction ')f.H
. AUjGrOSTUs ?. In the above two"V otks wilfbe fonn'uijihe !. "
of Henry Jones,late of said county deceased SEABORN J. STANDLEY, AdmV. : :' '. :-t '.' t ,made. ,

1 the original,of said last Will and,Testament, NewnansviHe., "E. F.J urns 4th.:,18476m. ,,: ATTOUNEY ,.4ND: COUNSELLoRT. : Y.r'' Gossip: .of London Paris,and.the principal citiesofthej ,. Patronage i..solicited J -.; :from none,.who i M;$>1.-
.And CII'1ml<.il..n ri-rl Deeds ol.htSuteo. ( .Cuti- ,Continent of Europe, :Royal... pssip '
having been destroyed brfire'on: the ,first day ', '. ". ," ,." : and for theState c. Florida. : of an unqualified.ci.nfid; I 'Dt1ii, .:in 'the abiliir !"k'rity'b'f 4i'i
necticut'withu; of .
: of November last. And that they,will,apply;to >Adiiiinlstrrttor's .Notice. ., ..: DescriptioD ,the.Queen's.DrawingRqomParties { ih.Prfnc.i] al .c '
the Circuit :Court: (said County .at"; the".next SIX MONTHS after date, I', 1I1'.r -' nffuj'. i :lif". "_- :fr.JACKONviLLIctLA.: : ,with accuratQ' ';accountspf,the 4resSesofthe' : .' Thriehobr now p ,'_in'a' flourishing*. J,1?.'.-"_-.

Term said to.be! held in and end vouchers, at administrator. ( } Ladies of 'a kNob1em&aFetesDis.cniptiOu The build .'ndlf
of Courjt ] for}the T c4S'.PELqT,, ;, in"": ,Ua-IargeV] : .comn>oddu? ri
County'of Columbia, on .the"third! Monday in jhejflstale of J..lin.Moore, |J.l te,.of puvalcountyiDeceased : ATTORNEY".: AND 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ;. of every;Nevr Operawith.'eriticismf oftheJsamfrrrPerlbrmerSj :structure,,'r. eniIyerectedbj. .. Flbndii ? *"*." I
December next, ,tohavesaid Copy Wilt established to.:lIq II on. Judge! of.lProbiit*>'foV:>aid. : : & 'inlieu'of;said ,original,.so destroyed: 'c n\nty. for ft:final .*setthrneni. I,; '')fi..:" iJ.at4le, and' : i ,iWttK.practice: 3n, the..Ieverar, 'Courts: <'of.jheEastern ; English ..Authors, Poetry .New,' Circuit oFlui4h ;:bueflsntrutbd '
.fire as aforesaid.. __ .._ .,. "' '_ "J (halt! at.lh.W'mo timn "I'tf for letters ft difmij.sjon.Vs ,., care, will mp..r with prompt* i tf'a io. : ', tohi NewJ.PaintingX'and!visit t4 q. ifte .Noblmen the'Artists- Descrip.tibrcof .- ',.is; eay:.of accir. Board,may beJackionvjlie .<.. !

WILLIAM.TOFNSEND, Executor. suchnulmiriimriitor' ,ofwhich''all pterested In;, JickionillevE.Fhtithi.4I841.; 4. ,Varie-' 'oabVjatesjzjr .", tab! fIJ mil .s'in:I
f .
In Jnicl'e.'i 'ftrt\d( red l taki nnice, -- : c. : : -e .
.. "ANNY'rMAnVc.JONES.ExecutdL > ot :. : ; &}:F.t March STth.r 1845NOTICE ,.2.-,
Alligator July ffi lBffi '" ", ?in' April D t,41f' ,JAMES4ACKERAd: :. T' T. _' 'NO'lnICE'; ", The "pnblxcation{ )nice-.of he.. abqvB( work-in. ,
? ,L rV.f' .. '. .1' .1" ? ft-- t London is $.. ; ; : -' -
J :, '---- > N. S( {!., I'tfa (J'; '@nL'rn $ .. --. 4r' ; : ; .
: .,:; Administrator's;.Notice. T., A ,'stx' : -, ; ',./ .. '
> 4 NOTICE: \. : BnditnuchernV HI, Eiecutor: .wf John. 4 : _Atjerinniii.bt i (QheFsiiieir1'niH'
OIX IONTHS after datejfc shall Mke" pp ; MONTIl! iifldIhll. pre;.nImf 'JIrown, hate or Nft"fCBunIV.' .."dt*cea'f'd..to.' 'ib' jTerms 'ot.'GftrJeyVrUeir; ; MbnthrylMagazUiej' ? "iIi'
i O./cation to the:Honorable, Judge of,Probate JoSlXJ and voucher th Hon.'Judge Hooiuibtu 4'f.Probitte ; atd 1 ; in"advance. 4'C r ff't'f..re r .q J. }Ct-o.'
ltI'account *to ; : :thio'Jud1e: ol i county,, a'yearj : ., : fjVmard'anil t mnke:imm1uttjarnenf, ** .
for the County of;Alachua,for a final settlement ,of PrubateJlor'U. county f.(.Oriiigo,and:prsy'fui for ii,finl\l lullmp O(.aJd "f'lat J!;.n altllt, I' A t .' dersmusbddd. ;:post-mid,.to\ "' ; *'wilt render.lhenvi: In'$r y.bavingdemand !
t1 : of my accounts and as'-Administrator I .discharge\Adminiilrnti di bonl li t>oVi'bn jtJie: :the tame time appy>forLeHerit 4>ll ;Di ntUion:at'uch'Eieeufojfj'o J..v..,". !i_.:." '." .' .. -- ... >'L. A..,GOEY JT /. '' -' w.i, .'> ELlZABETfCAROTEKS:.

r : l.of the) ta.te; r1oShU: ;late"pf siud., couiTay. j:.Ei tiitfr,)r'JBnihE! Orm ddt4 eaita,;;sofJAMESOjaMONDf ; :: whJch.'all i -pf ons:intereited! in c' .., _iOlChesut'stretIewspapers'i ; 1 elp '?: : .--.. : Admlnitrntrix-'or! | E*' lV

I ,, ., deceased.lc' .: '.*., '" .:&'":& "', *. "Z'J ,,-:' '', :Or 'n:, }ii':M..q .ii. eou iy:,' : :if' ,":,} ;', -:aid'elttle'aiedeir" tV.takp;olice. J .. '., '. .1se'ting thaboye'"W cda- ..* .*. ; :. O -f "--.: :Jaii irCatuthei1'ike l ., :1',1J ;:/,

-- .JOSIAH.8EKlNGEAdm'r.; \$ ." #!&&&.%: : $ \. |S I44 lbHN--A'i"GAyED03Eiec u or. '- .. tb'a r r':an .1m .tO&n: ei w 'i 4 .9. b1 p t--r-J! : ty, : I Jane 11 1847. Adminiitratordo bonii i do 1'rill' { March 2 1i V' liflC II .1. 4- 13Ui' JS47(" .v v; : ': t-. ,: '
, ; AugtOth, I847tj :, ::.. m-ri- } i ,Jalrl' : | Cmt Alig ,. 'i.'f f .;' r ; '\ : } ::Arlal161h, la.r.. $ "

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