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 10, 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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VJftfmitte<* with the advertisement.Jwrtisrtinents him. From the' Southern Cultivator..!" vis : .i Airthquakeandapple reeF ezclaimed the .
didn't1ieve r r'Jame
marked with the nrnnbeiJp. sL'f; she tiiiit he took' '
"( not "Well I it. for when don school.mtStre8s and she fainted. _. .
( >; n! required will be continued until forbid "The nasty dog,' Seg Sally, 'does he think THE JERUSALEM .ARTICHOKE.' afldaimostat.the.gu.: ,heSaVedhiisllfe'byIuingjus ':; '. :"r;_ C'<

,j charged for.Vffite Tma-rointo mm any of his yaller pWges WthenTthar Next in value as a fertilizer, is the;Jerusalem opponent'with'it. :This r as'its .- ,-- : ; .

tMUrs will be charged for all announceJgLofcindidates is all he's got to offer, he aitit wuth artichoke. Like the cow-pea,' it is an atmos fi enipiOynientin taking human life,' nd this : "Curious Physiological" Tte.N.YJtT_

Z for. Months.otlue.equareforSL : i tlO 00 shucks, and if you don't lick him fur his onman-' pherical plant that adds to the more than savage ?-c' ntrgained. ". 'it., ,a.t,once 0. terrible. I: aId says; The.Mandarin' onboard thej k Mr F
nuther. d. "
Debtors and Creditors : : 10 00 nerly] note you ain t wuth shucks, extracts ; the leaves and stalks like the pea, eclebrity t '- '. Keysingj'states 'what we. 'consider to be ft curteous : .
tydee to 00 dreainin' of the row at home, I was a mes.Bo"ie .fact that his 'has' groin'faster ;lbr .
for Letters of Administration 5 "Not being very luxuriant, 'carry'Vith them to the > -Texas'dUringthe trouoles.which queue
:Apfjicnuon Ali religious notices will be inserted gatui. huntin' through Noo Orlins fur presents fur soil a degree of fertility to an unknown extent. ; preceeded the independence f that the !short tin&)e has keen inK e.- art than it

ff: Sally. I bought lt a roll ofribbon, pocket full of Apart from its great value as sat auxiliary in country;:and was g.sick in,bedsit the fortresS would m a jearm China.: ,On this .account he t'
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rr An adm'wsaWe personal communications wil lace, and'a bran new shin in' silk parasol and agricultural economy, it is a plant from whichwe f". the Alamo, when -n .the.eth of March; is desirous,of remaining:ihere a aontlL,or two r

,rh. d It"f'rti"t"mf'nts.. the was comin' along, slow and easy, by the 'St. can.realize a larger rop per acre than any 1836; it:was stormed by Santa'Anna'and taken. longer; BO that. :he will be enabled to astonish U
1': AU hills for Job Printing must be paid on Louis Exchange, when I heerd Major Ueerdcryin' other known, requires less cultivation'than any Bow1e was murdered ,there upon.hiS'pil1ow. his brethren at -homewith:His long hair.' 'He .

ti"; rr of the work. must be addressed to off a lot of field hands. I jest saunteredin other possessing so many advantages. The artichoke The hand that wielded ".theBowiI -f actually asked the captain to, etay here'on this ,

QT All communications paid. as he was puttin' up a piccaaniny 'yaller has not recei\ its merit in the South could,no longer lift it.. account, but the rest.of the. Chinamen are so .
k U 'Z A RD. vantage
GILLETT J old. The little gal had no have the above anxious to get home'the latter said he could not .'' '.
I __ ----- gal about five years : evidently. It; should be valued by theSouth-, statement from a gentleman : .
-Ftllomsl- -- p.-Wc- -presume most of our mammy liviu', and looked sorter sickly, so nobody I ern planter as the most economical crop that he cognizant of its principal'facts.-.'Comme- gratify his desire. : ; :.: *" ," :i

Old the motto of this excellent and seemed anxious to get her. 1 hollered fifty Can cultivate, yielding such profitable returns C ." *. t r r i"i _s:;. 1 ,
*. Love an! dollars and the little creatur, brightened :Indiana\ .Senate.-JnL*. Senate of>Indiana .' .
Svolent Order. It is Friendship, for the amount of labor bestowed. But, says I .
glorious trio indeed. The Iris jrse when she seed who was hi Jiu' ; 1 Uidnt look the incredulous planter-who has probably I JEAN again a tie,(not 26 democrats to:24,whig -as before ".. .
J'r' -* composedfifo like a or cotton planter, and the creatur5 : PAUL-RICHTER.: stated) this'being the third occurrence of ( I
the following chirming poem sugar planted an acre or so as an experiment, and discarded _'
i* expressive motto, and very properly seemed glad that I wasn't. Some cotton fellur it, because his swine wouW.'not root'after .; 4ho followingtQafthl3? narrativeTf : 'de7 the kind withfavthe Kour'.yeatt.., 'ln"theHouetheWgmaoritisfromjbnrtosjr .. .
CI1 them bid dollars and she wilted rite downI I cease of a, celebrated ,Gerpi J1-Jfh086
C'ho can fail to admire here sixty them-do you propose enlight me at writingsare : .
15 rNDSH1P LOVE AND TRUTIL"l'hree thort what a slick present she'd be for Sal- I this late day as to the value of this.plant ?- esteemed wherever. r read,.we ,copy
ly, and how well she'd do to tend the children, Yes and before youhave done with JETHRO'S from a recent review in an'English: periodical ,The Auburn Daily Advertherstates.thattbe I
Pinny W1 on lifo'3 river; dollars she knew :- class which has at WestPoint' '
so I sung out seventy my system you will chime with him and resolve to just .been,graduated 4
j golden arrows in life's quiver; voice, and I could see her eyelids tremble.. Ko glean a, few'tubers and cultivate artichoke Noon had by this time arrived Kichter, has .been commissioned a 'ordered to J4

I Three stars tint never fade or dim; sooner did the Major drop the hammer on seventy in future as a standing, If you have a poor thinking it was night, said.-"It was time to go the'seat ofwar. Among then m ris-a'soD of f
I Three notes that angels love to hymn; [row; dollars, than she looked worth a hundred piece of land too to cultivate plant it in to rest! and wished to retire. He was wheeled governor Seward, who 'joins Gen"Worth's JregimeuL
the heart from sorThree poor .
chirms that guard She into his .
Three she wa.s so pleased at my uyin her. wasa artichoke, after breaking it up very deep or sleeping apartment, and all was arranged :,
whispers of a brighter morrow; nice little creatur. but her liar was oncommon as if for repose,- a small table his bed _- .
with silken bands : subsoiling of it. Let them remain, too, the second near --S \
Three links that bind life's strand: straight year as u crop and with only one plowing with a glass of water, and his twb:?watches, a Mrs. Digoy believes 'that. pigeons jiaye reilegs'becausethey .
watchwords on stormy ;
Three 'midst the heart's commotion; "1 started up home next day, with my purchases and hoeing, which is nil that is requisite to common one and a repeater. .His wife now are out.in all'weathers,with

Three harbors flowers most fair to see and such a time as 1 had on the way. I produce an abundant crop. The land is improved -. brought him a wreath of flowers that a lady nothing them. She. says 'it te 'exactly:the '

Three fragrant twining round life's tree; got to llr.,un 1i so strong about bein' marriedto twenty per cent. The following are a had sent him, for every one',wished to add some same case with, children-, and,'as far as her experience i. ,;

flute garlands of (,ethereal bt ; Sally, ilr.it I was eternally wakin' up huggin'and lew of the many advantages that recommendthis 9harm to his last days. As he touched them goes,with grown people;', .. .

Three gems pure and bright k'tsim" the 1 pillcrs, us if they wur gals at a plant: as a value crop 'to use:' It requires carefully, for he'could neither see,:nor''smell ,

Three paths of,all liLt lovely from, pure Heaven's throne; hu kiIli At last I got home, tickled all to death to be planted onlyonce,and wanted to remain, them, he seemed to.rejoice in the images'of the -Ton'tput: too much confidence.7f!!,a lover7* .

Three rays naught but happiness i known at my future prospects. 1 met Jess ut the iundin will grow upon the same soil for ten years. It flowers Caroline in his mind, for he said repeatedly to vows and sighs," said
There -he ;.U uie a starr' looked at the little yal- will grow luxuriantly upon soils too poor for flowers!"--My beautiful flowers. ,my. lovely. lier niece;' let him tell'you; that you:hayejlips ;

-YALLER PLEDGES; I ler gal. iiii'l then frpreud himself with a guffaw, any other'crop, and will yield abundantly upon i like strawberries and eream'heeklt'like a taiS i -

as if hi? wur jroirr into nts. I riled up a little, land where the different species of the potatoe II Although his friends sat"around'e b'CC4 as nation,. and an eyelike an asterisk, but such .
OK THE FIGHT ABOrT SALLY SPILLMAN. but thought thai- war time enough to sarve him would, perish. It is suited to all seasons and he imagined it. was night, they conversed no things oftener come from 'a :tc d i head than a Ir !
nataral for a feller to tell of his jrit- tellers in the settlement longer; he arranged his arms as ,if preparing '* '.: t
1.1t: lint out, so passed on.. The soils. it is not attacked by insects'nor injured by tender hearth Post: s- j
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fs li&ei. but I must tell you about that thar seemed to be nllfired pleased' at uiy gittin' drought, ;md subject to fewer failures than any for repose, which was, to be to him the repose,oi S. .' ... ., I

fit between me and .1e*.* St-j'tt-it war :t back, fur they kept a griniiin' said bowin' and : crop ill the world. Jt furnishes an aliment as death, and sank intb a tranquil sleep. "Pete, I wants.to ax,you a cothundrunv S. "::'

.ainer.by thmvler! and) i'f 1 did gn in.it: warn t lookiir .at my little yallcr gal. i nutritious cs it is cheap-rich in farinaceous Deep silence pervaded the apartment. Caroline "Succeed, niggard' .'. :. :.' ,fVhy 4

mthe ourL ofh'tnm nntur' to do anyhow I ': 'Won't you take a little sumthin', Sam,' said substance, and upon correct chemical analysisit sat at the head of the bed.,:with her eyes is a uilt like a railroad. : "JDo'ybu give 4 14

tilt! Tbit "4il spttntfiiaccovsly hankered arter.snbeidesb&d Jim Belt, the grocery keeper. contains one-third more nutriment than the immovably fixed on the face of herJbeloved hus I itup?" ,- ?-... f j S j't.

pi1el up the ;dfl'ction in '\' now f thank you, Jim,' scs I. beet. And with all these advantages it was almost -! band. Otto had retired, and the nephew sat .' "Yes: ,.I does." ,, ,.. ? i
b'bun. am lin' lout fipcll Cf( ourtin'. I idkiuier 'What, you aiut agoin' in fur temperance overlooked for fifty years in agriculture, with Plato's Phfsdon in hfs hand, opened at the ''Cos there's sleepers under'it What I 'ignorant "

ti".( into her likin" an.l zin to specubebigon pledges, too., are you '/' asked Jim, ami then but is at present exciting the admiration and death of Socr tes. At that moment a tall and colored individual you.." .:. '.

tbrowin' Jess but that fight knock- the boys all holler as ef they had busted their attention of the most practical and scientific beautiful form entered the .chamber;' and at ._ A_' .-- { '

I t\ai1 lmv calculation* to fritters. I'm some inIkTfizht. heads. I agriculturists o the age. the foot of the bed with .his .hands raised to Why should* (iny hat p'be put? to sleep,'*'.asked \,

.and' considerable amonjtjpcfn/fw.but '-3fot ex-a-c-t-ly!' scs I, rather slow, try in' all The shading of lands exhausted by cultiva- heaven, and deeply moved; he repeated; aloud a waggish fellw.who vas lazily-twirling: .upon
Itim1 no whor in that tight with .1{:s. In the time to find uut what the fun war, but 1 tion with a plant produced from atmospherical the prayer of his Mosaic faith. It was Emanuel his hand ,'!hooking'bad.hat" :iBecausead '

tflltell you, buys. so sot yerselves aImnhd couldn't got ;t throuh my kiveriu'iW1, so 1 sources;, should force it upon the conviction of ,and next to Otto, the most>beloved of Richtci's dedhe; 'fit needs a nap 4reudfu11y"G /
p:1 around th-.it corn juice. : gin it lW'and Vieut r UlHC: I>'ext day their wur every intelligent planter in the land, that he friends. :. ;fc .
Ton see every time I come up from Lusianc, to be eauip-meeiiiv down in the bottom, and sleepL'th. Header, if you would cultivate the About six o'clock the physician. entered.- Thanksgrtvig Day.-The >Governor of New -
ban-Tin' round that jril. Sally Spill- a Richter yet appeared to sleep:, his features became 'ThurSda 'November : .
1st Jess all the boys and ir.ls wur uguiu' to it ; so, to most profitable root crop for your live stock, Hampshire ;, .
nalwyn' orful Fwe t.. and a feller couldn't make a hiue with ?;illy, I st-ut over word thatI plant ihe artich/ike. Your horses, cows: hogs every moment holier,, his'.browni6re: heavenly the 25th as the day for Thanksgiving in that- -
without risin'liis dander: -he was but it was cold as marfelfe' tothe touch State. .i
jsiarlier would cull that morning,. and bring with me and sheep cat them with avidity. Especiallythe ;; S.
jateis a hen with young chickens. I sot my f u.t oj'ajfsction meaning the parasol, latter, for there seems to be nothing in the and as the tears of his wife I upon it h.remained S S Sl

ejKonlierto find out what Jess saw in her soman1 my and hupcd pledge it would be to ,her mind. both in tex- whole vegetable kingdom that they eat BO read immovable. At length .his respiration Heavy Loss. It is estima.tedthat" the losses riy;

:'intiein', and I swar efa close examination lur an.I color. Buck come this note in anser: By as this. They certainly enjoy it with an became less regular, but hisIeaturea.always by plunder of the StatesTtrains' in Mexico)
? didn't make me yearn arter her like a i instinctive love. For the shepard who delightsin calm, more heavenly. A slight convulsion passed amount to $5,000,000This is certainly !Ii

raned yearling. 'She was all sorts of a gal- 'KUNE Hor.Llm, Juli S.c the increase of his fl.ck, or the plunter who over the face; the physician cried out- amount .From,'all the published accounts,:we j4

t m nmt,sprink1in' too much of her-she Oliss Spillnmrs compliments would '-!"rovido well for his.household7 in the 'That is death!*? and all was quiet The spirit had supposed that $2,000,000, would royer this I "

tab out all over just far cnocgh without cush- 'To Sam Crow er, Ksq.; the fust pledge of fleece and flesh of this noble animal let him had departed! .r j _. _. business of the rancheros and, the g erill. '* .
that would make a feller's his affections is a little too i/allcr, and the I ext at sank _';. < '. -: -' ; !,. : .0.._
iahi \n& e wAll! praying knee Thi "
cultivjxte liber.iilly the arti&bk iu a.root ,crop. spon r" : : .
ktsUts to'&Wof his.bosom, and. then ich .of his ia/-4 3rU o tigUUjCtuif aiwl,:-luiweu-tksw, 1 earnestly believe Mr. Ecotor 'When the valueof momenf;.that tUstd them'abOve the earth witl: diM"'o:'T1i Quej Spain is esad.' *

Mir step was as light as a panter's, and she aint ambitious to hev any of his pledges' ef this plant is known, generally, it will be esteemed the departing,spirit, admitted of no tears! to allow her husband" lOa'.' day'as pocket nuv t

nerlreatliETeetas a prairie flower. In my: they wur all white. SALLY Srxu iAN/ as the best that can be grown for sheep. Thus Jlichter went from earth,great and holy ney. He can afford to go on 'a t." ender7.bccaisionally.1 .
opinion the mother of all h anuin natur' warn' '.1 nigh onto bust with madness !-I could Our people will hail its culture as a blessing, as a poet, greater and holier as a man! ti

an atom slicker model; she deserved: the pick I feel every: liar on my heu.d kiudlin' at the end. 'and our sheep husbandry will be extended in- ,1

of*whole creation and 1 jest. felt that 1 was "cause I know sum cussed lie had been told her. finitely. It is to produce a great and salutary When Dr. Parr the eminent A sleepy Deacon who sometimes.engaged in '' '

miie t purpose for her."Atilltaefrolicks and 1 blamed Jeo'2 fur doin: it. 1 jest swore u revolution in Southern agriculture. It will be was head master of, the Greek school scholar,, popular games hearing the minister.use the "
round the country, down bible oath, I'd spile hispielurso he couldn't en- the pine grammar atNor- word "shuffle off this mortal coil n starte produced general
us a poor
crop upon wi h he received m'any civilities from the resident .
b the Missouri bottom or up the Osage Jess joy canipnicctin"much; so next momin' bright land counties of Georgia and will be found to of the rubbing,his eyes and exclaimed' 1

*&btnin'arter thlt ;.il, looking honey at her and airiy 1 accidtHtally fell in with Jess, goiu' be the most profitable field crop that can be of gentry which he neighborhood in part acquittal Hold on!-it's my deal V* '. ; :.

Md/KW at all the fellers who spoke pleasin' to arter Sally, with all his kiverii on. loolau' as grown, and when adopted generally will be the ball to his bethought himself The ot giving a -r.l: i!I

ler I thort fd try my hand at makin' him nice as a -taU led two year old. I rite up and introduction of an extensive system of sheep the festivity country was large acquaintance.school-room which scene of Coming In and Going" Oirf. A:servant';-; .

oesy.so one night. at a fi-ulicl 1 sidled up to : asked him what he meant by tcllin' lies to the husbandry. This branch of our agriculture is separated by doors from, dormi-was in.writing letter, asked her master if the next ;. i

ieruiiJ axed her how she wur, and efthat ailin'nifwrof gals about in'that; I'd hearn on 'ein all over advancing rapidly, and we shall hail it as a new tory in which great about folding sixty boys took their a nightly month had come in yet; ,he laughed. "Well 2 ".

her daddy's war improvin', what 'ud the settlement era,in productive wealth of our State, whenwe the of the ban .said she aWhat I mean is-has.lhe last monti : .
repose. On evening they had .
bet tie probable amount of the old man's tobac- 1 li '1 luiut told lie scs Jess farwhat's flocks in those sections of out ?
no on you, see multiplying been all sent.to bed rli than usual but the' gone yet .;
ler crop this seasun; and some other intercst- of hey harmonizes for the L- -- _" u *,. -i> .
told told iig whore j
,)(11 yourself- you Georgia every thing doctor had not duly estimated the mercurial :
in1 maaew of talk. She saul that she wur geT fables ill'the south, you needn't insult decent raising of th i4lUim l. But 1 am dwelling too temperament of boyhood in flattering himself :w1atsort of keys are required t6 unlock the 1

thIlTifl.the nigger wur oomin' on as well acoilI white Kits by offerin' ioltt 'em miss em-' long upon my favorite subject, and not givingthe that sleep would keep them, ,quiet on such a Halls of the Mantezumas? D'ye give it,up t.?-- ::1

be eipected,anl the old mat 8 crop promised ',I didn'i wait till he fin1cdafore1 hit him. merits or"the-artichoke.To night No sooner had the dancing commenced Thet, an-keys, to be sure. : .' I
to be purty considerable. Nothin' could biff: ; aiougside of lib smeller, and then went into the frugal house-wife, who finds a rational than the whole school slunk out of bed and ina :
bemorestisiyin. I \ and "Ma what is r ?? "It is,wh n.your' !
so kept a venge
on talking hum all fours, catamount. fashion. The thing resource in rearing the different i species (fotvls crowded the :
compact mass 'against
fkpUlaffia"\ anti: Teas be uu a scowl-in.' I wiudiii3 this to the of folding daddy scolds me, and I hit hhri.with_the broomstick 4
had now cum to a up pint- light that contribute so essentially luxury doors, to obtain through a key-hole alternating, *-. '* '

JKlkewarn't pieced: but I didn't rstimnteJa war to cend tlH! matter about Sally,and 1 didn't her household, let me advise her to plant a rop glimpses of the outer revelry. Now, the doors / -2 ;L_; r. t .. ; .
toy tall, BO I kept on, got a dancin' with 1 laid out for them the artichoke. There is
want to gin her up easy myself apurtJ for of no vegetable were not strong enough to resist .such an-unu The Cer st.It from a statementpublished \1.\
%,tod ended kissin' her that ; appears c.
by good-by long 1 could soon see by the cither raw or steamed that is so nutritiousand .
: spelL way sual and at length with crash .d1
pressure gave in thcr Irish that to.the10th .
ptj wi makin1 Jess : : papers, up
jealous as a pet pihter work that he'd kalkilatud u wholesom It is the most valuable of all : ..
Jess went tu upon pouring into the ball room head over heels :
way, ult a sum from'the united States equaling ],Jq
*,'jvitrt aht goin' to start to Louisiane next day purty big chunk of a light too, as we both beganto root crops in management: Of domestic ani-. a perfect cataract of h;f naked urchins J The and ffty. tKsusand'doUdrt had .
load of tobacccr and other groceries I had leetle the and has been the benefit derivedby fivehimdred Ii
advantage mals
save lJu.r cl\"c:5. a ; so great disturbance ofthe moment the ofthe doctor '
rage 1 distributed by"the hands:of the Friends7 '
aiforel went I thort I'd send of : *
a present of Jes s for he didn't want to spile his Sunday your correspondent from this crop the present consternation of'the ladies and *h
pstW the gambols Committee while,up |6 the same time through %
caV to to have *f ,
over SalIyjest a fix-tips, while 1 didn't care a cuss fur ray old winter that he has planted thirty aCl'eiifor,, 'of the detected boys, are all beyond description the some Committee not more than trcfiumdred' '
:tliitch on her till I'd git back; so I gits boat suit. When I'd grab his trowsers and gin the pl'Ci CJltJ'elr.. This crop in connection with and tn,6ztytlsou.sand dollarf.'h. been'received f' I
!tigrrtrn and gins him the followin' note off and then I'd lend hima the other root which we cultivate I
he'd so
'em a hitch ease crops, Britain and
I and distributed from all Great Jre.
'thebarcub., and special directions that he which was followed by his makin'me sparingly, should constitute t.J1-f urth, at least, : i .
give'era both to Sally herself: staggerer, Htiared.-The London Mercury, of July 20th land. : j 11-1
ty round like a wcazcl-crc-a-tion, how of our field crop.. .:: ,
"PAKTER under the head of "Life in the West" -
CIUK, NEAR BAII DIGGIXS he war. gives numerous B
Juin twenty 4 } I tough scrapes for its catalogue of horrors pulled .The Law_and !.''{. phd-l Xawy enjoKew.Yprk Lfi

: t tie captir.atin' Was Sally Sptilman: "While we wur havin' a rite smart time together THE BOWIE-KNIFE. from the American papers received.by the, of,the,.names of:Ket chum and Cheat;.'; ; J

t t Tour tender adorer, Sam Crowder sends nary one of us seed Sally ridin' along but This far-fumed and terrible weapon, perhaps steamship Cambria,.. then just arrived and'among uin;, :formed a partnership. 'Einding'that'ttie. -' 11 t
lookin' for Jess
t lte.Mlowin' fust trofv of a hunt on the down the vragin track, out the. mostdeadly instrument imaginable, in the others,.the following from the Bristol (R. public laughed at this combination of names I
,. f.-'the condition of this bar are wuuethin' fche seed us, hitched her horse,and climbed onto conflict-of man to man and steel to steel," was Phoenix.) in that honest profession, ,they':concluded{t fhu. a stump to see tho fight out. ,As i war carefully The Bristol R.I 'few have their Christian names of Uriah iurd Isaiah t
the bar are all fat, he are all tender- invented by Stephen not Janus Bortieo&, is frequently ( ) 'Phnhxfays-4.
_ ts! Bopi'thit you will gin up a small cor- reaching.. for. Jess's car with'my grinders, stated lie considered, apparentlywith" days since person was seen.in our jail byDr.:: put &n: the sign.-. The painter, .however{had-

.ItJ OtI0ur he.'U't to the writer, while he is a- J.i 1,1 U\\.I'.4.. AI 1.". 'u';n. "."t. cannibal!' justice, too, that in close fighting a much Holmes, who had: been confined for, several only room for the..initials: and so the sign. then_: .

the furriuers of Luskuc, he will ever re- fecli it efyou rfar/Jess-you nigger and shorter weapon than the sword ordinarily now months.without a stitehfofelothes to cover his ,etIj"UXtch. m,-.&L Cheatum.. S. .-.'.4't1T,..J" t. Jl. 'J 1,
an "
I 1be you,and be KUre not to furgit to bring "Her holierin gin advantage fur the next in use, but still heavy cnough: tb'give it sufti. nakedness. From extreme weakness he was unable 5,." .*. II" I

lJrljO. II, V
ei 10 res.y miiiit I wur on niy back right cut and thrust, would be- far preferable, and sufferings.were.-,. He frequently .vents his feel th-rsaltit i will not,mix of incorporate" '

ours icith stream, or agin it, on me. teeth into him JesS screamed more advantageous to the wearer. He.accorr' ings bytears andsobs.. ''but not a single/word" : with'theegg, 'the'result,,..iyoa: ther get' .
"LSAM CROWDEL' your 'fellers* IleajKai "de-vised the. short sword, or knife, whicl| complaint has been he'ard from his lips ', a quantity of fil!'t wjthoui*:egg,. or egg frithou Isiit !
:IEtRyed Sally, an has. sincc'gone under name. Of > sal.. Put a drop or,two .wa ,teaycoffee :
considerable diffiit his
that out for
with had hit grindera ;
me '
s. I 1Lin1 writ as,eflightuin7 I .various sizes but the best,'.may say, is abou child born in prison.. ,'. '; '* AhriMstAdver&emmt.'La. or other qUd'you ioay havoupon the table at- :
with tick called his attention :
more. and me on a met through the flesh she : ,.. _. -_v' : S ,
I. tb ef that Jess didn't wav-lay Jim antI to. I squirmed,.and struggled, and chaw- the length of.a carving knife-case perfectly >\ :" -: :i" .,the tIixH i. then add Ihesal 'aaivstir.TheTfe i"

e 1tt41 J te! l.1ybe it didn't stir uj> the fitoni iu4 zncatbuthe held on-I grabbed his. new. straight in the first instance bat gently rounded ( ?'anumbcr; ofteLondort suit is far more agreeable-" thediopptliquijisth -. : I

(, of his love for a.n\-t. varriits1o trowsers and tore 'em like paper-he was ngoU'to at the end on the edge side; the tipper edgeat 'Tunes" ",.reeivect. ( by the"lat.'steamer't\-, i.umesforfthe 18 nottasfed.. ., -.'"-.r,im: \

ii.c kj as riled as the old Missouri let to .kiver his coat tails over the torn. ., the end for the length of:about two inches,'is the following advertisement,1whicb :.speaks' vol-' .
t carlrISe.. but go Sally hollered out again- ,1: > ground t
')- i xt day, with my fiat for the place" 'Whip the.varmint fust and then Til mend.. rendered sharp; thus leavingran apparent curve ' hn SoutI awl 118 I war floating 'em. ; I of the knife. although 'in' reality the upturnedpOint :50,060; to r< 70dOOvany'est4tey; ; carrying with ome (-June,:C Ihe Pope. h;ap U1ted&f j .
upJ'LI .
is not higher than' thelihjj of the back- ; 'influence to enable committee into;'thposition,of "thejJews. .
it inquire
g Wuldn't: help turnin' over in my mind squealed enovgh! rite outwarn't! no sufficient parliamentary '.
The.lwickitfeeU'gradually increases in weightbi .;14 the next par. His is to.withdraw then frohi theirJheAConservatiyes '.
,14lir0ugin smart family the Crowders figl1tiri'! agin such.,odds. .li ; J CBS let the.purchaser to.obtain a set. .- plan '
t use a. : metal .as it approaches the.L1t, oji.whiclt .a liament.1. : detestable ;There, bi :/eontrOTers1im' ,
Sally : ., v gbetto ..
o : I agreed annex- looked at me and puckered up hef .
: upon Sally '
me.up, is The Bowie-knife here. 'J- ':: .5 'Yot '
g. \I. thort I could see 'young Sam,' the mouth ef she had been eatin' perslInmolisU' small guard' placed. 4. --hett subject of the Pope. : .
01tatdin' on t'other eend of the flat, noughf as sesslie" 'well, may I gitager,fitsefyou're fore,* has aciirved-keenomnt, is, doubleTedged CiW 's e'7i. t._te i'3n some .of the'pa; hlesti e'15'of pinion thatiui1X the M- ;:'

,:tM ar-eye like an Ingin-spry:as'a fit anything, but to lie the fatherof for' the space{ of''coupl inches outs length, pers M that the.flavor of coffee'may be.yety,;raaeji'_ Slab.. :niainiain-thatihe; ? I f..

Pt t M Sally, and as keen as his ple4gesPSt...Louis Rev il! and when in use Mis.with the.weight' of a bill improved adding forty or fiftygrain f'carbonate 'merely great proph'eti 1V!haye adniitteifcre. S :fT*7

:o. :i h I yelled right out thinkin' on :T/alkr -?, hook. r<- .f.4: r. ; : of soda to.each"pound of roastetljcoffee.: 'J.tTsiuto: the circolo'Bomano. such. .>m.even'. >' i4 '- w
original Spipie-Tnif was fashioned from :' < { ver befoiC *t'd'J : %r S
The iC # addlrtionr'to <
worth 'ihetrial'especially3t iJ : .
i. : This 'is1 ; 2L. .
nil I culation_ __ e me ,few down ito, 1 ," S "" 'r5- .- !
e Mnthis. rollin in clover by According to the a blacksmith. asp, ground point, im i ving>.th'erflavori/'thejsoq'p: makes L----_ Of"J ;; ;" I IGlait.

. '.a.1l1t' to bt'way, they wur tar l',my .years since, therewc r.e; in the,Unite States-4-, and onfesidf saarpenedto An' edge;.,auck1iorn_ the coffee more healthy by neutralisangithe'addcontained ', I, ctilj :&tavuxt 'fa.I i a! ij ti; :'.

. sheep.Atamoderate and rational cOw dn ozend, :Oi\H. ibrmed: handle.- .Any-one_ the infusioju. '*' .. .,.. ; :
-tt'I ltlt.f up at home. My perlite 000,000 .. in_._ } : ; ; t" Cl.iffi to'ro 'Wh t ee : ;

)t HuTT.11? Perfect freshet of wrath 'aginVSetaLJ pdtati n thevaltiefth.et'enIaY TOjOOO.OOOVAnd.thri amount safelyIO,of.;:wool tl- who is' fuiiii1iir the. with foj"a-smith's.rasp dable'character t :of readily ia.weapon -;; r .;.., ;.r ,::_ :. ',:;, ,"" ', ,,.,j\.; :'tiaxit juannfactur'of. .. .. g,1i1- 11tb'bought 9 '-," :-.' j
.mated ; comprehend .
\ 1hiaarticle'ma' :
1ay of about rfsgin'S > Ver.'Odd-A rtty.iadyrMi ani o "Y beap'plied ..
Urnm'j ) w
the firSt young anvery- '.
,Of this.vast thusjl'ormed. waa'jdesignedl'.in : ; 't' ;; '
D.frectlon south annually prcduccfiat 40,000,000. : "' { The. pring' of a chronometer is :
f from the sunny atUie time ifi; the'Concord cari,was observeq,to hpe. bajancfi
: llockttheState NwvJorkfowned( .instance $lmp1 for a hVniing1knif& t. 'l" c .* aubftLe Iiesses.qr 7. :: -':
:: pUfltably oversot mywjioic.ftjniJj'ertoSally :cbui|'pUBfei'ffmfherlip. Wrin. now made of
a peace's. .. '
p-5.t'th. 'cvhnheejebia- ,
t rlio oftheda's'
i1a.te '
the abov Qnlhe H
f m
morning 1
ofnmking. 4 .f
'Ura 'fromofee of.the loiur"C6v :,
ot 'ik
t.shej 4if ,
t : ; .Massacre "
: p It, and the way he did W'W.lSi ,.For,,the fife; years Immedialely.preceding.that ted duel-c 1monly'k (nr aS.The '. rc bndgesj'lIi, e bghttwaa; beve&iQibut I.griaf.erpower- ; of ;re51ting'P:; .tli* atio9j -, : '
_time, the.increaseofsheejun the nitej f bttites '-t or'jlaee'at ConrdaLoiiiia.na; ,'oppoalt ; .-- .
. : '
. "11,;'lon'tn' : 'yfiar. ,thenit .].hasrprobabiybeenniucKfgreater ahezJhrneBOwio went it; pf theseebnd I"hav di l f !ieted'tlming Y-fti. !}1} e1 hieLt: -:. andOld k Ch1"9J1OmeteriWi, ". '.:gaa.upiit1ya3 __s.t 0 ..," ,.
.SlnCG 1f'.on:
; : orlete'aii
u. 6ec? ?es Je.hcncans'II foMsnigger iaverage. lQOO,000 ; tb the lip of the'young ianjTio 1.. '-"t..c.th.. ,-r ... --, DW se .. --..:. '
oneo : ,i ". : .. ,':lthough'\injts-'i: ,$gress .-'became, bothloedas;., "6se-ittf'ljcotopeaiiojx .ith'L''-other' &o:: ',' _. 7 -
) 14P children from Sat thescat'withhert: They:: : "' .
the kmfe to .
; brbnght \' f..
tephen-jha :
., }" "'' -; .7' .t< principatsy 4 "' the rezilt ..tiia.epOrjIItIIa' '.. -'.'
1ioI. Nothing can be pliiner- : he.hadt.betteri ; i l'llDCtilt. Sit t! 1lE; had" t! tbcB1 doUlg c w \.. .'':' .' > .
.c .
. : ', 'said be the his broth'e:fJame : teUingihlm- .- 1.. 5 .. 5
; ist to '- .
hardest :
: 'pledgea of affi than. 'Th.ln the.wrong} -in iYOr,9r e.g UI
i .I
t i h on.? r. o.n': sentence.? t pronounce many langu e> -.. !i have it with him as weapon, and fortunate it:. .m", .IS" ," 't"' "'..P'"- \. ." ti5' ir :a. ,.


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; ,', : !UiJT1i NEWS.JACKSONVILLE .. DEATH. OF THE HON._SILAS;WRIGHT.; the heads'of the" hardworking farmers'who have '' ;.'''-. /:.1 :require .that the>line of tD 1eJi8. .1lrH_

: ,It becomes our melancholy.duty to announce. occupied them. \1" -. : t .A report.has been-for': ', some' :,time in circulation I .mine should be extended: to __f wwwhich' tetti.-l:.
r : p that Mr.BaTOr( had written, to the Secretary we ID31UtUlfe'froJD Madco
( ; : SEPTEMBER, 10,,;1847.i ., the"decease" of- thejlon., ",-:..SOLAS, WEIGHT' \,.' 'tNY: ',.. I' Resolutions' i :were.also passed recommending Year rather d I should entertain .thetamacr ''.Ut
i the instant i the Improvement,andEducation of{ :'peremptorily ding"a1.rarliat it certain that this '
# ,He expired on the 27th nit in an apopl'ectiofizat ,application were : -would! :b or '-
r tl gi, f his residence in Canton,'St Lawrence county, funds,'to'iheirrespective objects Court "for his sonar law'Col., FREMONT, 1 iota practical question;"'but thaiJ11" :;:"'

and the of all who have,'opposedhim be thus considered, ,be evid nt.to .
New York. He was about 55 years'of age. We-perceive that the.Whigs of Marion county :V punishment : : examined the an .it'Te

j ... whit behind theirpolitical brethren ) :in California.. :In alluding to this;) theLouisville : !attentively subject .
not a Neither
The abilities and public career of Mr.WEIGHTare are, the.soils the climate nor,the prodiL
'too well known to require comment on our of more'populous regions in:'the _facility Journal ,makes ,the .following remarks _tifins of that.portion'of California south' of 3*:

P;;14k t l part.. For many years he has been looked uponas with which they.can make :vague but: acrimo ; 'deg.30 min nor indeed an-portion of 1oJ'! tt ;

THE MAILS. charges .against 'the' administrationnions .- ,c It is certain that Mr. Benton is preparing ;or south,,is adapted to,slave labor; and.bedS* i s
of the of '
one great champions Democracy, Administration every facility'would betheri'd'01'deho.
We have had another week with incessant and has ever been found in the van, in the desperate They,:censure Mr.JOLK_ for, "impotency,in, the, himself next fora winter:terrific iIi attack the Senate upon chamber.the > At slate taVescape from his master> Such rm. A

E 1' rains, and, of course,' received no mail from political struggles which have taken administration. of'public, affairs--for, '"bung- a town in the interior'of Kentucky, a',few days ,ty would be utterly insecure' any part'of

Tallahassee. I- place within our generation. His stern inflex-; ling diplomacy,"-and, unwarrantable:usur- ago,' he got into a conversation upon,the subject ifornia.that .It:is 'morally impossible, heitton.
i a majority of the
1 4 We take this opportunity to urge upon the pation. The two first accusations: the Whigs i Of the Mexican War.and became immensely.excited -, the. emigraIita'toJ a& porS
and his of
bility-his simplicity of manners, un: infuriated. He said that an territory south of 38 deg,30 mialiriS#
t attention of the present energetic and efficient with lay at their own door- perfectly will be chiefly ,
impeachable integrity have won him the reverence may more propriety opportunity makingadvantageous composed our fellow i eitJ_( I

;1 t. head of the Post Office Department, the extreme of his fellow countrymen. Although his -the last, igammon. ', and,honorable pence, and,that he from the Eastern, Middle and Western

t : necessity of a mail direct from Alligator in the affair of the Wilmot proviso alien- The Whigs of Marion county recommend Gen. could show the fact and would show it As for will ever reestablish'slavery; within iu 1 i :k
agency In regard to,New Mexico east of the Rio GruSt,
to Jacksonville. The mail from Middle to East TAYLOE for the Presidency and of course-he the whole management'.ofthe war, he averred. -
$ ated from him the sympathies' and cooperationof that it had,been utterly disgracefuL ,He stated ,the question :has been already settled by & ";
i Florida is at present exclusively conveyed from will be elected. : admission of Texas into the,Union. ,
informed -
the South, yet we are .. upon good that he should go to Washington and make, '
Alligator to Newnansvillo over the Santa Fe authority that it was his intention to proposeat one speech upon. the. subject,'only:;one,and,thatit Should we acquire territory beyond tiiBl

river, and as this is flooded annually during they the next session of the Senate a plan of re- "A PLAN OF PACIFICAT ON." would,be the greatest speech.of his life, and" still Grande more and improbable east of the Rocky that .Mountains, hit.

N \ wet seasonso, as to be utterly impassible for days the Missouri In the National Era of the 19th he was willing that it should be the last. In of that would a majority of. ti "
union, upon the basis of compro- Washington; of the..Administration his language people region consent to re estv

k' ,. i : at a time, the mail is delayed to such a degreeas mise. It was undoubtedly the intention of the nit we find a,most extraordinary article. entitled barely speaking if at all, fell short of downwright, cur lish shivery. 'They"are. themselves, in ftkn <
+ as to render it worthless to those residing on Northern Democracy to support him as their "United States and Mexico-Plan of Pacifi- sing. His :wrathful declamation lasted a full proportion, a colored populatIon;V and 'aawa "
the St.John's river. If however another mail them, the negro does not soeiallbeloigto:
hour.? ,
candidate for the next Presidency, and if he cation and National Union.? As this article ad- degraded race. -

tr ,, r; route were granted us, namely, one from Alligator had lived and urged this compromise, he would vances bold and unexpected views, consideringthe Highly as CoL FREMONT is esteemed by every The question is therefore: not one of; pits.t

t direct to Jacksonville, it would lead over have attached to him.selfmany Southern friends. party which the National Era represents,' American, the attempt of Mr. BENTON to bully cal importance. Its agitation, however

j t'i 1 the St. Mary's river: ,,which is passable at all As it is, he has been cut off from the opportunity we shall'say;a word in relation to the characterand the Administration into the,adoption of his ly intended, can produce no effect but to

1i 'i seasons of the year, and would never occasion own views will be,witnessed with .
of doing good. Peace be to the ashes of a objects of that journal.The nion from each other; to excite sectional'

f t'-, 'ti the slightest delay. Twice has the Department great man : National Era is the organ of the Wilmot the whole country. We had always thought it visions and jealousies; and to distract and nfcf"Q

1 ,ej: advertised this route, and both times have some was the especial pride of an American citizen sibly destroy the Democratic
The venerable editor of the Union,in an obit- Proviso, or Politico-Abolitionist party. It is party,on they

dozen contracts been refused. We regret that notice of some length, thus laments the an entirely new feature in the progress of Abo that personal merit alone could have influence_ cendency of whose principles and measures d '
h t' friends of Alachua have hitherto exhibiteda uary pends, as I firmly believe, the/.success of.;
our in the advancement of in this country
death of one with whom he ever struggled side tionism. It is published at the seat of govern- anyone grand experiment of self-government '

$ f a dog-in-the-manger spirit of opposition to this by side. ment. It is edited by clear headed and far but it appears that because :Mr. BENTON'S son- Such have been my individual opinion ;
b R
i t > latter route, and seem determined that as their K He has been struck down without warningin sighted men. It has nothing akin to the ranting in-law has been under arrest that Governmentmust ly and freely expressed, ever since the cot

r mail in-conveniences are so execrable, that no the splendid maturity of his great faculties, fanaticism of the Tappan and Garrison instantly set him free, and because Mr. mencement of the present: unfortunate'\
other of East Florida shall enjoy anything and almost boundless tion; and of all the places in the world: 1 :
part and in the midst of bright school. It neither condescends to the abuse of BENTON himself was not made Lieutenant Gen- ,
fer to put them on record before the ,
usefulness and renown. In u
A little however will prospects of future
that is better.
J reason his death the Democracy of our nation will avowed Abolition papers, nor does it exhibitthe e1".11.the, Administration must be hauled over ble Democracy of Old Berks. I,therefore bee:

t r jt', show that another line will not affect their interests mourn the loss of a statesman,whose public and more respectable fanaticism .which beamsin the coals for its management of the war. :Mr. leave to offer you the following sentiment: ,

; +, in the least. private life and character, were alike the ornament the N. Y. Triune, or the Boston Atlas, and BENTON says that this threatened speech will The Missouri Compromise: Its adoptioa ia.

x ? -- and the honor of the political system out be his last. It is to be hoped that this will be 1820 saved the Union from threatened cental;
'j ; fj-We have been requested to correct the of which they others of that stamp. Yet for this reason it is sion. Its extention in 1848 to any new terrific,
the in'its effects the institu- the case, and hat an admiring country will which we may'acquire will
; ': Whig county ticket. The changes can be seen more deadly upon ry ,, secure tLelih .
1 ; permit him to retire gracefully his lau- happy result. -
t by an inspection of the same. tions of the South. It discusses the questionof ; upon
THE CROPS in Hillsborough and Benton coun- \ Yours very respectfully
1 rels.
i slavery in cold-blooded, philosophical, spirit, JAMES BUCH.lkCharles ,
notice ties are exceedingly promising. By letter from
CAPT. GSToFrom a misprinted
devoid of enthusiasm and seeks ratherto Kessler .
totally MR. BUCHANAN'S LETTER.We Esq. President,and George
t 1, in the Savannah Georgian we are informed Tampa we are informed that planters have had F. and Jacob ,
9m it 1 pave the way for ultimate abolition, than to find in the Pennsylvanian the followingletter Spayd Livengood Esquire Se
? that Capt. LIVINGSTON'S of Florida unprecedented luck this year, but that it is crctaries.
q company in the flames of servile
light up a moment a from the Hon. JAMES BUCHANAN, sent by
more attributable to their industry than to
volunteers arrived at New Orleans on Saturday any
s k ,1 war and the horrors of insurrection. Any him in reply to an invitation of the Democrats
V the 26th ult They are on the way to change in the season. Besides corn and sea island THE 'ESCAPE OF PAREDES.
views which may be brought forward from sucha of Berks sounty to the Harvest Home. In the
; Vera Cruz, and were to leave for that city as cotton, considerable attention has been therefore The Picayune makes the following renuib
source are worthy of the profoundest -.
affairs this the
state of letter is of
t soon as means of transportation could be ob- paid in these counties to the production of the present in relation to the escape of this Mexican: Go-
attention of the.people of the South. highest importance. BUCHANAN takes deci-
sugar cane as the experience: of cral:-
h rVt tained. every year
The article have alluded to is admirable
i we an ded ground against the Wilmot proviso and his
shows more and more that it should be the sta- The more we think of this event the am
ALACUUA COUNTY The Democrats of Alachua evidence of the crafty policy of this new views are unequivocally and distinctly
ple crop of South Florida.In expressed. unfortunate do we regard for the rouse tf

r; County have nominated Mr. LEWIS ALDRICH as:: ; this connection we cannot forbear urging yet formidable party. Its great object is to : He is in favor of the Missouri compromise, peace, faint as our hopes were before ot&e\

1 I procure the adoption of the Wilmot Proviso, in 1820 and his in behalfof speedy termination of the war. Grave ceason
s. their candidate for Representative in the next upon the notice of planters in the neighboring as adopted reasoning
will tall on official heads for the failure arrest
; r I :yet little or no allusion is made throughout the the sacred character of State will be
General We do not believe there Rights
s,; Assembly.
States the immense advantage which might be Paredes; and yet we do not permit ourselres to
": will be Mr. ALDRICH whole article, which is of extreme lefigth, .to gladly welcomed by the people of the South.
4 r any opposition. was an derived from the investment of their capitalin doubt that the Secretary of War and the diplomatic

: highly efficient member of the last Legislature. I the production of There hundreds the subject of slavery. From this paper we This letter will of, course call down upon Mr. agents of the Government in Europe till

tr t, sugar. are should naturally expect utter hostility to any BUCHANANS head incessant and violent attacks be found to have discharged their duty mtke

1 We in the Ocala Ar of them who obtain but a scanty and pre- increase premises in good time. It is not,necessary to
A MARION COUNTY. find of Territory to the United States. On from the politico-abolitionist
I carious subsistence for themselves and numer- press-but we prejudge the case and designate more:particularly

1 Conventio ous slaves from planting upland cotton, who the contrary, the National Era coolly and phi- believe his proposition will be the one eventually those on whom the weight of responsMi'ty ]

held at Ocala,. on the 21st ult. Mr. might quadruple their incomes losophically advocates the entire incorporationof adopted,-and in case it meets-with favor rests; public opinion has,already declared
upon a sugarplantation.
V r JOHN SCOTT was selected as the Whig candidate Mexico into the American Union. Its plausible from the Northern Democracy lead to itself with fatal distinctness.
We address most those may
1'I + { nr for Representative to the next General Assem ground for this, is,*that this will inevitablycome his political exaltation. From Vera Cruz we learn thatSenorAtcclamet :
who own large numbers of slaves, from one Gen. Paredes, after the latter landed,ud
I Ii
f bly. to pass sooner: ;or later, and that the pro- WASHINGTON August 25 1847.Gentlemen .
'. hundred upwards, for we are convinced that it recognized him. Paredes is understood to Jan
i 1 We also learn that the Democrats of this is abundant gress of the Anglo-Saxon race ,irresistibly. : 1 have been honored by the receipt signified to him by a sign to "keep dark-, sad
only capital
which can
: r County have nominated Col. WM. H. HICKMAN ; tending onward,to the occupation of the entire of your kind invitation to unite with the the handsome senor did so for the:spaced..
't develope the agricultural resources ot'our Democracy of Old Berks in their Harvest Home disti
t 1 '. as their candidate for the same office. Col. continent of North America. Its reasoning on hour or more-at all events until the
4 $ l I, young State. The advantages which South celebration, to be held at Reading,on Saturday, guished Mexican had passed out of the, eitfi
,ti" i i. ? HICE MAN was once a resident of this place, and Florida presents to the sugar planter, are twice this point is to our mind conclusive. The best the 28th inst. should esteem it both a plea gates. We have seen these facts written from

f t his friends here count strongly upon the success proof that such a state of things is to take place, sure and a privilege to be present on that occa- Vera Cruz by a gentleman of sense and .disci
t their as great as those of Louisiana-and, yet, the sion: it is, theretore, with regret I have to inform tion. From him learn too that Senor it>
of former talented and gentlemanly fel- is, that it is taken for granted by an Abolitionist we ,
low citizen. profit which is obtained there is,manifested in you that my public duties during the eha held a situation in the customs'at JFei

a the rapidly increasing wealth of all those who journalThe present week will render this impossible. Cruz, from which he has been promptly. dismissed
advantages which would result,to both 1 observe that the Democ-
J ,+ THE OC.\\lLGEE.-We were gratified on have turned their attention to this business. rejoice glorious for conniving at the escape of. Pared -
} nations from the incorporation of Mexico into racy of "Old Berks" are buckling on their armor is further the unfitnearf
ttra Every day developing
1 Monday last by the appearance for the first time The greatest profits are made from sugar plant- and for the
preparing approaching contest.It Senor Atocha the of oar Go-
the United States were so clearly and unan- to act as emissary ,
''e' 4 .f the Steamer Ocanmlgee, which is to run on ing only when it is made on a large scale,- is long :since any State election has involved ernment.

i '' the semi-weekly mail line between Savannah consequently if the limited experiments hitherto ,swerably set forth, that we were for some time such important consequences for the Democracy We learn, too, that Capt. Clark,the port cst

at a loss to know what benefit the,Abolitionists. of the Union, as the approaching election tain at Vera Cruz has been dismissed from is
s ,, and Palatka. This beautiful boat fully answers attempted have been found highly successful, ,
expected to derive from it. But we were set for Governor of Pennsylvania. On its ,result post for remissness in this affair ofParedei
all the encomiums which we have heard passed the heavy planters of upland cotton need fearno the
at rest the may probably depend ascendency of the We mention this and what we have said tin
}:q : ,i upon her, and doubtless will open a new risk in removing their slaves to the more by following paragraph : Democracy of the Union for years to come.- Atocha on the authority of a private letter

is' i' 'c era to steam navigation on the St. Johns river. genial soil and climate of florida "Nineteen o(these States, it will be seen Hence our Democratic brethren of other Statesarc from Vera Cruz from a gentleman,, who YGUH
J have the requisite amount of population faxStates witnessing i the contestwith intense
i anxiety. not mislead us and who should be well inform;
owned Messrs. ,
principally by
; of this Union. They, would arid thirty- The field is a Lair one; our candidate well-tried; ed. It is his opinion that the English hate had I
s & BISBEE of this place, and the energy and THE INDIANS. : eight Senators and about eighty Representatives able and honest y-and he has been regularly a more direct agency in the business'tiaa iit

enterprise which these gentlemen have exhibi- Mr. A. IL JONES having returned from a survey to 'the Congress, of the United States. But nominated by the party. Should he be defeated factsyet developed show.
each of these States is non-slareholding; and the attempt will be vain to explain the decision -
ted in providing such elegant accommodations near the Indian boundary line, upon whichhe The correspondent of LaPatria gives quite*
according to the favorite doctrine of Mr. Cal- of the ballot boxes in any other manner '
for travellers in Florida, should meet with a has been engaged for several months'past; hours and South Carolina, each State must determine than: by admitting that the Whigs have the ma dramatic scene between Gen. Paredes'w "!

prompt and liberal return. She has been reports that the Indians were very friendly, and regulate its own peculiar institu- jority. Our! candidate for Canal Commissioneris Mexican who furnished him with-th neeessvy

thoroughly altered and repaired in Charleston, and visited his camps frequently. Ho.was cordially tions. Hence, the question of slavery, as'raised ,also, above all reproach, both'personally and supplies for his expedition into the interior

by the mar, would be settled at once, satisfactorily palitically, and is eminently qualified for the According to this, the merchant had beeftft
during the summer-an, entirely new, roomy, received by "Billy Bowlegs," the present to the free states, to the advantage of the duties of that important office. If, under such political opponent of Gen. :Paredes :ia ,dsyi

and elegantly finished cabin has been provided, chief of the Seminoles, whom he had a letterof i cause of Human Rights, and in such a way as circumstances, the Democratic Keystone should gone by but was touched,by the-appeal ,f. .'

and nothing neglected which can tend to the introduction from Capt. SI'RAGDE, the'Indian not to offend the State pride of the slave States., give way, there is great danger that the arch latter to.his patriotism, the General avowing**

k t eomfort most especially of the many invalids Agent. This unique letter, which we find in the I These few lines, therefore, which ore nearly may tumble, into, pieces.: In this contest, em- purpose to be to throw himself intone iaw irffli*
?' i phatically he that is not for us is of his countrymen and procure a posUion
3.r ..' 4 who visit our State in the winter season. Having Ocala Argus, we extract for the benefit of our !' buried and unnoticed amid a wilderness of philanthropy 1 do'apprehend, defeat, unless our against wily foe us. army to assist in the salvation his Wttwrj.

Y -r a tonnage of 265, the Ocamulgee is now the Northern readers. Its tone would seem to imply and philosophy, form the gist_of the should first lull us into security by making no Whether the sketch be fanciful.or notiredem

,; largest boat upon the river, and her appearance that these two distinguished men at least whole article. The plan is .therefore os follows extraordinary public ,efforts ; and then, at the it the true'key to the part. which Partdtl'tDe

,) upon our waters, as the first bearer of a semiweekly are upon some .terms of familiarity and that : Nineteen free States ante be admitted eleventh; hour, quietly steal.a march upon' us, enact. The same' writer says that'' amongMexicans'of Parade
I as-they have done insome, other States. Our all parties the arrival. of
1 "'; mail, and as the property of citizens of they occasionally exchange a friendly hobnob i into the Union-thirty nou-slaveholding vigilance, ought to be constantly on the alert, has excited a general enthusiasm. They VS

this State, is an omen of a brighter day to the amid the wild. woods of South Florida: I II Senators, and eighty Representatives are to figure until the'moment of victory.The that Paredes! will be ableto derive frcfflu

industry and capital of our State. TAMPA, >47, in the halls of Congress-tho; Wilmot question of slavery, in one of its ancientaspects alei'gYthe urct'tt'Decessaryto prolong,
.. This is to my friend Billy Bowlegs : Proviso is to be has been recently revived and threatens -, War for many years. It :is 'conjectured t*
virtually adopted and the
A CHESS CHALLENGE.-Some ardent and amt It is a long time' since 1 have seen you. I to convulse: "coUntrY.: ,The'Democratic that the six States which have formed the-
l : slaves of the South are to be forever excluded tion and declared th mselv s'-opJ'0.8ed to 11
have been for party of the Union to themselvesin
waiting -you to 'com'e to Tampa ought prepare '
bitious of this learned ,
+ ,If., young men place, having but you have not coine. ': fr emigration to .a more fruitful and less time for the approaching storm. Their.best peace,inay call upon Paredes 'to assume &
ti t 7 t t that Tallahassee plumes itself among other lam now going to St. Augustine When I populous section of the Union. security in tKe hour of.danger, is to cling fasttoheirtimehor leadership. Viewed in whatever light J*

i' t 'things for its good chessplayers, are desirous return I shall sit down and wait for you. Be The National Era has most mistaken ; ored principles. sacred regard choosey the return of Paredes is regarded sr3'

t take the field with their Middle Florida brethren sure'and ,come after two moons are gone,'whenI grievously V foth e Federal Constitution-and, for the jurious to the designs of the United State!, $

h shall be back. I have long talk tor you. the character tho Southern P if it' reserved rights:of the States, is the immovable very possibly to: those: ,of Santa Anna*, -..nertcan
s and to them to that effect
challenge '
request the The white man who,will give you this is my I supposes they arc to bp,hoodwinked'd'ik.t. a.polf-. .J bads; ,on which'the party alone can safely'rest we think, be no doubt of this.

l'i i Communications on subject'must be addressed friend. He will take you by: the hand as I cy which will be suicidal to their interests and This,has saved us'from the inroads of Abolition.
'i* to C. W. DOWNING Esq. at Jacksonville. would. Northern' Democrats :'are not to
i ] existence., Diplomatic and sophistical ai expected approve STILL LATER, FROM _CALIFORNIA.
He is out the land of the c arguments elavery'iii, the abstract but it
i? We believe a little something of this game is marking Great Father ; they owe Baltimore's
I } and will not trouble, the land marked out have as little weight here, when they: to.themselves,'as they'value the.Union, and all The correspondent of the ?

:rd r known, in this place, and we hope the challengewill as I shave always told you.This come ,from an Abolitionist, as from any other the, political blessings which ,bountifully flow writes fro>Cincinnatti by telegraph AO&3W6p.m. .

be accepted. Our Tallahassee friends arc is all 1 have to to from !itj'tqabideby the compromises of the Constitution .
say you now. source. The South is resolved to, have an .: .
t widely famed .for.their. skill in making moves, Your friend, ;/ and leave the question,' "where :thatinstrument bast bas
opening for,the reception of r"surplU's'negr BI just learn by the arrival of aSkLouis
J. T. SPRAGUE.ITolatter has lefVit'to' the States wherein
which however ; l J
are sometimes a political \ arT'
.. .' that.Gen.'Kearny and suit
s Iicco or'Billy Bowlegs; i population. It isa'matterof existence to'her: slavery exiSts?Qur fathers have made this'agree last.
character;and.on will thus be afforded ,that citron Wednesday,evening: ,
: and hejr is ment with their brethren of:the South: and itiSnoti'orthe
determination fixed.. Htlle'Mexican
: -. _. They.left'California on the 1,8th'of JtoMJ
their-of shining in another field. 5
\ :
: descendants of party; in,
States are to be admitted *,,
THE WHIG CONVENTION in Marion'county adopted ; as non-slaveholding, the:' .M' cancel this'8 lemn arrived :Fort Leavens>gorth3esterdsy.
:NKWS'FROM .MEXICO.-By yesterdays mail, certain resolutions in relation' to State it will never 'happen"though, the concurrenceof :compact; :The'Abolitionist, )'by their efforts to after.a, !>rl"tnp of sixty five days,
.red b .several MormonThe :
r we t-received. intelligence> ,. ..from. Vera Cruz'up.tothe policy which we deem. well worthy'.the... attention the_South. If they:QTQ acquired,as conquered 'annul it,;have ,arreated'tlie' natural progress'oferiiancipation entire y :party discharged numbered fifty five.' ,i
21et ult: The o most.important'item;[is that of the: ..next Legislature., It' appears tht\.t' territory s'th'o'South'- ?have an equal ,,right"totheir slaves themselves, and: done'greatr'injury' ._ to;, the. CoL Fremont was under.arrest,,,Jeft-'t.,.

e concerning'the movements of Gen:Scorr. On. I the'Agcnt:5': the Statehave located lands which f occupation L .with* their, :* j, ,"or" hern'brethren... : same: time, ,but -remained lat Fortl ..
the of the'schooner's departure ;and The'tPlan. ;;,of'.Pacification': can_s never: .be adopt: ,*, :After Louisiana:was :required ;from :.FrancebyMr.JeffersoriUnd :worth to comedown. in the next boat> sad
i day : frOmY era : are now occupied being improved land,cultivated \ when the StatotMis 'It\ :
; Gen. the South "
Kearny came by
I Cizit was reported there that Gen:Scott had ; and: It::is urged that a law Jie:'passed indemnifying ed':. 'J The-,;,-, ":interests' 3l ,";t' ,,of'the, ,wfiolo" v, ,fc: ,Union-are, .,- "*:a-. ,souri,:which"consti uteda'part of j ,'waaabout encountered, many> obstacles! :beadesw .s

advanced.with his whole army 'upon_ the city, I, ,theirs occupa nts\:for." their::tosses gainsa exclusive fentfires., ;knowclearly to be)admitted into'.,the'bnio -the_ 'Missouri snow: 'was very"'deep in,the mountain.'_
,that,,Mexico will in tim be extinct1 nationI :' :question 'arose:'and in:its .threatened. The Indians and evincedMfz.tilityt"
of Mexithat', his vanguard.::had :arrived at by allowing them to. purchase .these. ':.landsf'tit < -as" a progress 'were quiet -.
'the dl8S0luhon'orthe Umon.'l'hlSwa8'settled *
A ,otla'on' the .13th ult;,:and up to that'day:had :Government: 1ninim' m.'pricey' :or.l)y.:compensating liutmusf'be-"eettl, : ,Jwuftially;,at least, by: by the men of the last-generation. 'as other imPortant :finely.: : They met emigrant- ,trains prcgt -

0 j not 'f red ,, ia but 21 .nulc! 'from' hlavQ'oWn'ers.. .,_ That:tillis', :the":result foreseenby and ;', #!
: ,.a gun Ayotla -them. in;;oncy., :Wo,.. .certainly, :think, ..; dangerous set- When Gen-Kearney: left California. .
the.tit 1!> 'Mexico.Jtia .' ) .".' some.relief.should" afforded: these. old'settlers' the,_,'_JVa/wnar EraFis f, ::.evident ,7t,seeks. .to: tled, 'in'a spirit;-mutual' 'concession., Under: p"ects'Were very peacefuL 4 l &

,ascertained that JJajorLA.LtY'succeeded, ;who, ,lodj'rthe.'anof.: '.immlgratidn> /:suffercdale : ;avert: : it by'a 'plan" for,,ho lasting ruin,::,of :the the Missouri Compromise slavery,was forever I "<.,CoL n'was.left: in command;:of4t
; -." prohibited.nortb'of the b
*" parallel of 36 deg. 30 l : the (Jo!

r in aTrytog:e up his train::in Csafcty\beyond Jala-' nc,'and-'for::,:-years: ,':the'hardshipsfofa: ,:forest' ;,prescnt'slave-holding Jf '. ..". ",' States.,.-- _>_,_>_,.' _".", ,, j' mm.-'; .and souihVoF this parallel :the. question'i: BIddle othecoiistonsistuig ri ga te' lumbus of., sloops 1' sad

pa.;: Captain'WELLS who((had,been sent to reinforce life,' :l1 '-tr-o.,.poltcy;;of, .our..Statepvery' ;_ "one: .' ,0' ': :r i. <'_ : was left ft decided by the people." "'Congress,',, .Daleand'1P ;aud'storeshipsLezuig""- a.t!!

him'witn iwo'companies, had been rcpul- .will; ..acknowiea'ge; ; :.Ik; ,to.encpurag' )immigration-. ; ;))eathofGOfDorr.-Th-: ; < ;dford1der._ ,in.the admission. of;.TexastfoUowing_ ,in the footsteps .Eri ., .The latter, ,.m'it.;' ,sail ins fe". '
,sect by guerrillas at: tho'National Bfidgen".and. land*. imrdljTihinklthat'this.end. Ik'answered cury/on(the,:authority of a\letter'to CO .Patch;;; of: their::: predecess.ors-.adopt d"the: ;same:: with five hundred men," /: herestjot,the,
;t '-;. : reports: ,the d atht'lLtl'CVl .c etbtt liurada", ,: ':i'pleytndinimy opinion. ;the:harmony..:bf'the i i ;.were_to be dividedinto parties ied.sts. t

obliged to.retire'witli thelotiebf: some.20 sea: ,by,taking .T possession-, cultivated,:lands fiver. ..'ot-ll'hom.-W T ;..- .'Dorr._ V.J;: ." if;--", ",, "' .....< \-..1' States i,and ;even the security the,'Union; itself, different:parts of the country}: ". '


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.' 'Hon.Albert Gallatin, of New"Tork:'and Hon. f. 'UirFdl, Ii.Ja"' 'stoiuy WltJi } i :' 'r -5- -1JS- S 'S

Simeon Baldwin, of ConnecticuV $e'oJd business men, on.cjosing their stores at eveningi' .sssgggjgs' s&sa, 'I: JIa&.tl ': S 4'

living ex-members of Congress-both. between to,take from the till what,funds they, 'isiaj,have. :CEAL1EB'PROPOSS-. : A'6-' '1"iIFb&1847. re ;"d'R" '. ":'i A" ". "jj.., JL G1 :S.'I fi 4. :

90 years of age. .over. c'. after making; ,their/lank ,deposit and : ,::-cei'Matihiioflice'until: the & : 4
store it in some out of.therway; place.for;:safety. .P '1 1.t ddOCk '25th'dafoI2 : ti' .
atnoonf r' th < :
Extract from Mr. Clay's speech to.his friends The, Cincinnati Signal rela es.'alcaae>hidi1rercentlytraapired s cf tie interest O "_ "it .< ',S
12 o'clock in in, a hardware bDm nt law U2tDTJKE! OOKOt d.1 :
at ipio1Ert'hier
who called him out of his bed and hC'ui "of'th; at :BELO :
on Main' pn<: JiV.CO UtI On',!!i ilf1l.
the night at Philadelphia streetj'which proves that the most bV desflflpOfrtIieter1Es'anacondjtjons term& Al1 -'

( ) "Under whatever circumstances the countrybe scure place is not always'the fsafest' It happened below,'to wit: mentioned -. 1 note 'or.--- J1SW'-. Wt4' ,&. f ;
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':that the clerk store at r- eeJ .": '
placed, whether it is flourishing or unprosperous upon c1osmg.th d n ested to: =
aid whether the administration of its night found some,hundred and..fifty, dollars in &' 1 ,. .slioula not :: l.'I ew: :;; ;

government be good or bad we should at all the till, and not having the kej/.of.tiie'fire- ]' .I pe/np. -, ".N.' ; : '"' SS
to its institutions proof;deposited the funds in ket- '. .- .. "r : '' tt"G".,....",
\ times be ready to give our support an empty'tea .. ...'.." '. ., ,.' .t' 'Tfl1ejAug.27 1847. '
and we will thus forever maintain the tie., fThe\proprietor' happening,to be:.in.the ., eo' ; e. .- 11' '
safety of the republic." store early In'' the morhingj in tJie'.absent of; : '7' Descriptions, &c. i .Ji'BEW&: : -' '. S.

the sold the: identical k.., ,
clerk kettle in whiclTth? 'CI i 'Ii ,. 0 iti
r treasure was stowed toji countryman for seYenty.five -' 1" '. '; LOSTi'.bet1feen.ih had of Qedt Crew aii ,
in county : 'cS
There is a Starch Factory Lapeer g .
"e .
: the:'Ney BOld ..
Michigan which will consume 200,000 bushels cents; and aH efforts,up jtq the present : Z JackzonTaie-and -bet. : :
.writing. have'been?ineffectual LANDS LTINGIN. Alligator, a pocket book eea I ,
of Potatoes the present year. The average xingwhothefortunatipur .- 'THE STATE. OFFLORIDA.. ta ing $ ,inscnber Wlk'11 t 'idttt'

price paid is 10 cents a bushel .. haseri" .St.,-. I : hand ot.$100 esch-'drawn,
in..TOr '
: 1 I Town of Jacksonville Dvxal : ofthe8uij.-
county.Lewis -
'S d / ;and .dated in"'.February iat.I'1riJ .
A CARD : H.Bryant&c.fornierowner& ;
The Corn Crop of Ohio.-The Cincinnati is'i S- : { gi'fe reward T of$25: to any One.who lftl '
Chronicle says:-We have had during the summer STEAMEROCAjJpJ SS 879 J: 26 Lot No.6,in squ.'No.2 L' .together' th 'ame';tomeor, into the Iiaiids-otMr. 8- I

and especially within a few days, many opportunities 880 Blackwood at on1'111,or Mr.G 8.Her1t, ,
observing the Corn crop. The An excellent boat. Praise is due for the'enterprise "III f1otNO.. 3; I 157)' -fee .. Alligator.: .* GEORGE. M1T.T.ToR i
j by. ,
conclusion draw from our observations is, which affords so much facility and S : TJack5onmejAigust27. 1847.:3'. .
that the Corn will be exceedingly abundant comfort to the traveller,and such reduced rates 'LANDS*LYINGIN, THE:STATE OF.TEXAS. -1 > -- -',, ,

this year. The upland fields look as well as the Samuel Sheriff's Sale ':
Swartwout former .
freight to She .
bottoms and the ears are heavy. The ground thetransportingcommunity. S, virtue of writ, of .' .
1842. owner. BY & fi. fa,, issued out of
Xa I { planted is also greater-and we think that the is well adapted to the business of this .route- 876 Mar. 11 I Tract of land ,granted by; :the Superior.Court for the District rEad -

1 Corn crop of the United States will scarcely fall spacious, well lighted airy cabins-wide passages the republic of Texas to Florida for'the County of DuvaL, Iwil1'expce '

j short of six hundred millions of bushels." convenient recesses, and pleasant saloon. to Y.'.nar whoSeattot.J1ey 'to publi ale Infirbnto'f the Court House b the t

1; 'Her commander competent and I was Frost Thorn situated Town Jacksonville in. said county,. oath*: i I
and.obliging i
S first
," .Fire Thousand Troops.-The President has at the forks of riv Monday.in October next, between-the legal .J
3I. issued requisitions for five more regiments of her table 'Well furnished and served up. The era'A yiac and Ange- hours of sale on that day,a certain negro'fenale I

I.i volunteers exclusive of the Ohio.Kegiment si. 'strength of her engine, and the steadinessof S "lina..which grant is more slave called Chloe and her child G rge.in.execution /tafaa t

iv ready raised-two from Tennessee two from her motion, imparts that confidence of security I particularly deseribedin as the property Joseph B. Lani" 3'r.
Kentucky, and one from Indiana. The designof a deed made by Vetal caster,to satisfy an execution infavor of Gould, .
which few As this is.h'tfr first J, ,
the Government is said to be to have thirty Flores, to said Y5. Bar- Banks & Co. THOS.'LEDWITH,: '

thousand men under Gen. Scott by the close of I trip to the St.John's river, I have assumed the bos, under date of June Aug. 27, 1847. Sheriff. ; &c I j. l

September. : province of a traveller recommending her for ,23, 1834. containing .10 Acres. S
_ _ S Tax Collector's 'Last.Kotice ; P
the patronage of the public. sitios, 23)labors, or48,423 *
It. Another Abolition Traitor.-It is announcedin Sept. 5, 1847. PASsGELED 877 Also one certificate of buds\ FOR 1847. 1i i;::

an English paper that Mr. Charles C. Bur- issued by John Mason I WILLattend at the following places for

leigh is expeeted in England to deliver lectureson .. on behalf of the governor the purpose ofreceiving.Taxes't.. f, 4
: WE authorized '
e abolition. He will follow in the footsteps of are to announce or Texas and Coahui- Sept. 9,from 9 to 2t at Clay HilL,E.Prescott's; '

the white traitors and black rascals who have SAMUEL W. DOGGETT, Esq, as a candidate la, dated June 21, 1834. I Thomasville Precinct. i
1:1 preceded him. He will slander and traduce this for Clerk of the Circuit Court for Duval Countyat for about 48,000' 5-." 11.Black Creek, Coy's." ': ,:

I country, and do his best to stir up the bad bloodof 'the election in October 878. ct Also one other certificate. 'C 13.-St.John's Beach,A.Parsons1' -j
f the En1ish bosom against us and our insti- ensuing of the same tenor and 14.-CoL John Broward's. Hitj

I tutions. He goes to England, to stab with a Sept. 10. S date of the Above, for a ,: 16.-Mandarin, (1 Reed's. .. ; .

: traitor's hand, his native land.-Delta. like number of 48,000 'C 23 & Jacksonville, ConrtHou I.

Democratic Nominations, Which said lands were con- THOS. LEDWTIH., ::1.

FOR DUVAL COUNTY. S veyed by Samuel Swart Sheriff and Ex-Ofiicio Tax CoUector" & }
You bill h '
fire writing on
my veryvrou pa- wout to Wm. Young: late Jacksonville August 27th 1847.WANTED I. '
per, said a client to his attorney.u Nevermind.1 ;
president of the Mount f
said the cit has to be filed beforeit For Senator. S .
lawyer, ,
COL.. JOHN BRO\VARD. Savage Coal and Iron : 1;
comes to court." -,'. S Company in trust for S AT THIS OFFICE; as an apprentice to the PrinU ,

For Rejiresentatives' the use and, benefit of the ing business a boy of about 14 or 15 years of .

An Albany hnrber. while exercising his art GEX. CHARLES BYRNE, I United States, by dt'edl age. He must be able to read and write welt (
DARLING C. PRESCOTT. Jacksonville Sept. 3d 1847. .:
3'k" upon ft dram-drinker last Sunday. chanced to S bearing date the 31st day ,

open hi? customers mouth, whereupon} he was For Tax Assessor and Collector. I of December, 1842, and -A T COST..-The balance of our stock-ot.--

threatened by a bystander with a complaint for A. A. CANOVA. I recorded January 6th, 2\. PRINTED MUSLINS and SUMMER

opening a rum-hole on the Sabbath.Mr. For SheriffTHOMAS S 1843, in Liber A B, No. BONNETS. WRIGHT & POINSETT m
LEUWITH. D D folios 18 19 and 20 ,
S August 20, 1847. 3t f.i
Justice Maule. who is a lion vivant on be- I For Courity Surveyor; 4 I inland records of Alle- : .

ins told hy counsel that a jury must be shut up J. A. COFFEE. ,; _ _gany county, Maryland. FLORIDA HOUSE $
without food or drink allowed them, '
on-nppli- For Coroner.,. CONDITIONS. FOB SALE OR BENT. 1i7
cation. to hv water as that could not be considered
WALTER K1PP. 1. Each bid must be for numberon 1
aMexican* "drink." a separate THE undersigned offers on the most : '
t For County Commissioners, the schedule &c for cash ; to be deposited fI; liberal terms, to sell or rent this well p'iJL

DAVID L. PALMER at one of the following places, to the credit of __ known establishment.furniture inclu .
t Curefor Rltl1fmnflsm.-The Mexicans JOHN S. SAMMIS, ) >. the Solicitor of the Treasury, specifjing. on' ded. Application to be made to J. B. COIJE at '
split a dog down the middle and bind the halfon
what schedule
JOS. A. BARBEE, account of particular number in the Palatka. A. H. COLE. t LT
the affected part. The animal heit extracts THOMAS SUAREZ. of property it is deposited, to'wit: St. Augustine. August 20, 1847; tf *
piin So says Durivage of the N. Orleans
J JJ -_. The United States Treasury at Washington -
J Picayune. '
J Whig: NominationS District of' Columbia ; the Assistant Treasurerat NOTicE. t'r
1 i : Boston New York Philadelphia, Charleston, ALL Persons indebted to the estate of 8amu; 2S
iJ J The Sugar Crop of Louisiana is in a most FOR DUVAL COUTCTI. S. C.. New Orleans, and St. Louis; el E. Swilley, late of Lowndes County, &\
prosperous condition. So say the late win.make immediate ;
papers. Georgia deceased payment 1
For Senator, The Collector of the Customs at Buffalo, N.Yi,
to the Subscriber
and."those having
The Chinese call going to law-'-losing a cow S. L. BURRITT. Baltimore, Md., Wilmington, N. C.. Savannah, claims.against said estate; must 'present them'for il''
Ga and Va.
Mobile.1 >
to win a cat." Excellent. For Representatives, Richmond ; > payment to, the Administrator within the jJ
of the
customs N
Surveyors Nashville Tenn-
Col. J. B. LANCASTER,. time required by law. or they will be barred of -
Minions in the Trf..7surll.-lt is estimated that ARCHIBALD COLLINS... Cincinnati, Ohio; and recovery. ,_ :)Vii DVBRANCH AdmV. .

the amount of specie in New York and Boston For Clerk Circuit Court, '. Receivers of pub1iti'moneyi. at'Little Rook lUarion County,Aug.201847'Sir; _" ; '

Sub-Treasuries is not less than $5.000,000. OSCAR HART. Ark, Jeffersonville lad, Chicago. Ill, and Detroit S

Michigan. IN IBCI1IT COURT; 0 '
For Sheriff !
Life at Saratoga.-During the fancy ball at WM. H! G. SAUNDERS., 2. Each bid must be accompanied with a :EASTERN. CIRCUIT'OF FLORIDA' COUKTT orST. t *
Saratoga last week, a gallant in the costume ofa guaranty, in the form given below, which must 1 JOH.NS: Is CHANCEET. ;4\.

brigand, the New York True Sun says, knocked For Tax Assessor and Collector. be certified by a collector,naval officer,marshal, The- Southern Life Insurance -) ,
down a man who tried to hold him flourished HARDY H. PITTT.TPS.S tUnite States district "
attorney, or postmaster, & Trust Company 1' ::1
an awful looking dagger, and amid the yells S For Coroner, '. that the guarantor is good,and the party mak. to use, Arthur M. ',Bill" t6 Foreclose: ; '
children and the shrieking of the female servants S ISAAC BUSH. ing it is responsible for the amount. Reed t.r. -5, S

in the hall, was delivered into the custody For Commissioners : ,3. On certificate '
County receiving a deposite, sign 1s. J : :
ofthe vIgilmtOlice, and safely put to bed.- F. BETHUNE, S ed by one of the depositories above mentioned, Augustus,Poujand.. j jIT '

In the morning all that remained to tell of the 11 EYELET a quit claim deed, conveying all the right, title, having been made to appear the' satis '

wonders of the night, were some seven or eightsailor .1. SUMMERLIN, interest, and claim.of the United States to the faction of the Court by Affidavit, that.ihe -

disconsolate looking'men, who about JAMES McCORJHCK. property described in the bid, and paid for, Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed

half past six,arm in arm traversed the path to -- -.- _. -- will be executed'and acknowledged by the Solicitor i in the above entitled cause,' resides out of the '

! the spring, looking as if they were the lastfl"agulcnt.ary Passengers, of the Treasury, free of all charge to the I State of Florida, and out of the United States, '

hard winter. remains of the breaking up of a Per U. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee, from Savannah purchaser. Such conveyance will be sent, free and inCubaj.one of the West India Islands,'and
1 of expense, to any post office in the United
of this Court Therefore
beyond jurisdiction
Sept. 5th.--. T P Kennedy, E Ball States ; t
as may requested.
On motion of C. W. Downing'EqSolidtorforS : '
TIM Gorernmtnt Sale.-The lands seized by J Skinner, H R Saddler, J J Thrash, J Griffin. 4. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be Complainant, '

the United States, chiefly from defaulters and M W Stamper, G McKay, and S D Fernandez.Per satisfactory to the Solicitor, whether there shall his Ordered, That: the said .Augustus ,Pou- ( ir

defaulting corporations, arc advertised for sale U. S. Mail Steamer Sarah.Spalding,from le one ormore'bids for the property. jaud and others be required appear and an '
by the Secretary of the Treasury. Among oth- 5. Before' all said Bin within six months
bidding, persons are requested erwer Complaint j
ers the land of Mr. Swartwout is offered for Savannah, Sept. 8th.-Fricdlander, Smith, and '
to make themselves acquainted with the situation or the sanlEwill be taken confessed again f
sale and makes quite a considerable. item,- 4 deck. value and title of the property they intend him. 5----

viz _, ._ 5 '{
:- --J to/bid for, so as to rely upon their own ,, It is i.Otder.T1. a a Copy 0( .Order
Some 43 lots in New York city ; some .47 in MARINE INTELLIGENCE.. judgment in bidding. duly certified by the Clerk of this Courts be published ,
New .Jersey; C87 shares in the New York and in :some newspaperypriirted the- ;

{ ] Maryland Iron and Coal Company; the residuary PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, SEPT. 10. 6. After the.last day for receiving them, the Eastern Circuit Florida-- once a month'consecutively
jt bids will be in the of such offices -
interest in 720 shares do.; 4S0 acres of land -- opened presence for six months. .

in Hampshire county, Va.; some 23 lots of land ARRIVED. of the department as shall ta able to attend; "![Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS Judge: -.
in Illinois; and in three nearly equal tracts, 5th.-U. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee, Chase and will be examined and passed upon as fastS'practicabl

an aggregate of 144,443 acres of land in Texas. Savannah, via Darien,.Brunswick, and St. Ma- Notice will be giv promptly .PETER B.: DUMAS; :'Clerk ofiaMOourt, '
ry's, to Fernandez &'Bisbee.-Merchandize to to each person whose bid is accepted, but.to no do hereby certify the above.to be a trUe copy

1J Moss & Co. Fernandez &, Bisbee A Richards others. of an Order duly made and entered of record
.Iteriral of the yiurrdl Clan,-A slip from the the-aboie '
P.iulding (Miss.) Democrat with the. above Wm Alsop, MKiel, G Yale; S D ;Fernandez A 7.4 The name of the bidder should;in all eases, in entitled cause, :on't1ie' strteenth

: heading, a man named Fry* who settled M Reed, and Holmes &Co.. bewritten'at length and in legible'hani day of,.August-A.D.,1S47. ", .
WHEREOF rethtot':
,8th.-U. S. Mail Steamer Sarah Spalding The 'bidder should"give1 the name of.the post Is WiTNEss 7 -
I! about a year since in Newton county;had caused ,
.s.l hand aiilaffixthe Seal of said Court 1
yffice'to which communications for him to be [u :
via Darien Brunswick
Bailey Sa.Savannah and :
Daniel Sandall
several slaves. of Mr. for S this : ; :
sixteenth Ai1gStA.D1841S
sent I" day.of .
St. to Fernandez &Bisbee.- Merchan- .
whom he business to
was doing run one '
away, P. ,.
Bids must be sealed'and 'marked the .DUMAB
dize to Holmes & Co Fernandez and 8: on r
of the abducting the eon of Mr.Sandal 1 ; I
negroes Cl .kC"C': of&.slhii's-Coiiiit
outside in these words SEAEDBIDS, Foi U'S. ;y
Saddler. :
a-youth about twelve old. One of the H R ; .!.. "- r "m"c. *
years .
CLEARED. PROPERTY f:fand addressed to'the*"Solicitor of .A ug.27.: .1 AUUa. ".' .
negroes who has since bten apprehended, saysthey -"- --' :
were persuaded off under,the belief that 2th.-Steamer Ocamulgee, Chase Savannah. the" ",Treasury* 4- .;W. -" ,7*D.X", : INcIRCVJT eJOI1B':C ,.r j: !

1 they would be taken to a free State and:set, I 8th.-Steamer Sarah Spalding,I'Bailey, ,Savannah ; S. Form of a:bid, guaranty; and certificate?, EASTERS CIRCUIT" FiDi i: :h.'ili41'. t;{,: S $ _

bmiyT1111116 city of New Orleans liberty. Neither.the boy nor the slave that abducted .. ,.!,., (J residing at > .',.in the county Cothiii4.oti:- ,7' >! : \ _

Rirf.tr t r "wsday, the 26th of August, hIm have been heard of, and fears are of in the State of, is 'j r bl, fe .Abet' CO1J'S rr" :,':: '1" _
"CoMPANVE: BEAT:>IVO.,5, the Unlt d.States the .of. <- 4ols in ., f'E '
ia I? o.te.rh at the same hour, shows 69, entertained that the child has be.eniii.d r sum : \ :

were of Yellow fever.tInYiday Fry professes to'be. a member. Uhe.. church, IS HEBEBY,COMMANDED to appear on"' their, cash'theirright title,'ntei-eSt.ar ri claim to hzabeth Cewart' : i1 r .Di ;.

: the 27th, to Saturday, the 28th. and two men William and Geo. McIntosh are' 'Parade.. GroundvWest-side; ,of,the CourtHouse -, the .described in number; j in.the: '. '- ... -.." '" _
on SATURDAY ted day:pOctobernext advertisemOntfbf"theSolicitorof the TT having en'mad. to=a .t{be i. '
: shows 64 in alL, of which 42 supposed be his accomplices. ..it is thoughtalso printed
'.be ofthrOII1lI Fever. that they hayea,considerable amount,of at 3 o'clock, .'..for Company Muster, Treasury," PoI:the:terms and conditions.there X. !factioa of;the.Co'bdzvIt, that.. the1 Ini.;

CSpCrJofillt<:rmeotsmthe city during counterfeit North and South Carolina money.. as the law S directs._By order, ". -* \ in mentioned; and hereby,in consideration of above named Defendant.resides out of the Btqte _

i aton Saturday morning 9 o'clock ,.The.,trio,hav been ilately figuring about the J.,'A .BARBEE,1 the; premises,' ;agreein; case, my; bid,',.thereforshaU.be of Florida aid, beyond A :the jurisdiction of-tha? _

.AnT of44: of which 3H were of yellow Lauderdale Springs. Fry. is. about,21 ..or;22 Capt. C pany.Eeato.. 5F.M.;, : >, accepted ;by' sa.idSoKcitoiv.,to>i deposite Courts" & 5' :.U t-vL -}: '.' -

.ie reports of the 'week.immediately years of age, five feet ten or eleven inches high,' Sept-10,1847.J, -- .. \ .It ..' S that .SUID.m:1awful.money.in"one i of the de* It.therefore:. onintoQonof"WashrngtoafM.Ives #
S PJzkc showed total; of 428 interments of dark complexipned, blue eyes,,.dark"'hair-is -*. *7 "* i 'WOTICB. -.. -.*" positories.mentioned' in said' : .adv ment: Esc. 'Solicitor' > Complaiaant: ,' OiBaEBy .
Thai Hiia5eth I
7 fterm shall be theVsaid .Ccnrari.Mre'qUii 14
were of yellow fever. fond of horse-trading. ; undersigned .witiin'jUi&ty.days bid accepted _
to d answer the ftrojflnTTMrht'rBfll I

'SIX1WEEKSaRertiatehe thereof sent : appear
and notice tinttD
the .
'I.tZ7itith. : | : Judge of'Prohafe : _
; -' herein Jbnr'
of filed. within
; Complain I
Parliament.-The Parliamentary Eights of,Slaveholders.-Two important cases for:the.Countyof Duval 'for.letters of ..iDat .. ,, .,::147 months'' Decree; jrJHttiw"lrut.1te' &' .
or a ,
of.the United States 'estate'of Andres: S For value received 'I'guarantee to the United ,' > r'Qt '
-will the Administration the
reat Britain have'exhibited sometdE occupy attention .> Lbpes. i r.: : : _' .;: :'rA : _
gIa results. Rothschild is elected with !.Supreme Court, now' in:session .at, 'Pittsburgh. decease;;' -. *' ;*JnA:' AtmiwK.; Stateytheperfornance ofthe above undertaking S dl t1Jrlhfo'rd ee-Thatpy fti ,

_dHt UromLonJon. Cobden and Bright A Virginia sla1ebolder has sued,:citizens, of A1leghany -* ',_SeptemDer-lOth: : ,'18471. 1l'' { :Ow' 't : by.the signer thereof',-in ease his bid be:ac- ordendury.certified' by the CTerk uftiia Court; ___
,6. "" .| '
latter county for; harboring\his runaway;! S. eevted; .vt. f __
be without pposition.' JJz.. ; .. itOT1 E.T, >w > ; ; ; VeipublMed in some news &per prated wjtfdathSff S _
.bated ii -
foreach'act. :, I: ,
i:5ret11rned: and Lord Ashley the servants: mages'claime $500. 'VTEEKS: after datej'the 'undersigned' ": .Jt, i Eastern CircuiS of Flerida/cace: ft.week, cbn- _
: .
An named WilliimPavis ; .:tl certify that-'the: above '.is _
Overseer SIX guaran
Roe.buck In' Bath. Fergus ".6outh.Carolina :' will apply. to .the Hpnorable .jhe'JuJp: Uiestta"mentioned: in the above resjxmreiblerfor bid. secutiveljfor. four months. .. _. .' $
the ,
I nghai 3 Charti; is also 'returned from recently sued Dr.'WMttridgeja planter, :. S Probate,forr-.the CountyJbf JhivajL',for Letterjs of t' : lands at Boston be oj I .DOU. .,:..yutat ;: _
seen ,
iO.-P1Ats'of4he can
.: for C&USUlghijsll-ves toils theeverscerhaM : ? ." "..r' 5'
with .
ke Mr. Valt eon of the ? :' .
jfIttOrof the arid foot iand removed him from the plantation; Mininistration, "onthbqtateof Sebastii'Espi.: at the office theUnited States.distridittttor.ney -' .- .. .Clerk'-- -, ... .. .- 1.: : : _
: thnesSerjeantTalfonrd 'which:he had"ref s d to'leave.. ,Davis claimed .riosa, deceased. ; .J'lt>.j : jp ', in that'city,'and:in..the;SoHci tor1* office.! S ,' ., _.4. ,'Co1biCountT'. .
buck '
-bYe l rlr has been beaten, September1Otli,1S47. ._ \\6W :'y : ,i:1' .: ,: 'tUDtG S UOStOUGBj C1erk. of'"aId .. I ,__
111JU'. him$2,500 "t '
S ,
lJttoa ? SturS and lidward'Bulwer 10,500 damageWthejury '-' '
&: and the defendant tippealed to alrigher court vl ,) -ZOT1tJiCr : :ttfB DDt'p imedcntheF tti"bi dcfiereby c ctthatcbetrie'o erto > :
C .
r ) feared that fihiel ? tiitfer u1"il6 and entered'bf ? ii Aev .: :, > ( __
tjt the "-
; :t LL Persons hainclaimanit S cstatetof ,:1the ..
l Cuppiinte in Ireland Re- : uer,.fiDgt theterxnsrspeci5ed j : ;
CIn4ih.e& Robert Peel is returned by 'as, AapoorIrishwoman' ""stood at a'corner,' soliciting .t1. ,.' John. M. ,staffo 'Iate; NewXr., ... ttbove mdiUons,"'mayat. .the option of the'So- hOTi'"T.ioa'p.m it1 '. .ok ]"th" 7Ui'dsy.,.. :tt'5'S,r..J ':-,"".!, ,.. 5, _
\zv i j ,. lnL' deceased'.rjrill tl'.iiea.''to the all'Ues A. Sl#... .P S ,
1S..eonfident1y 'affirmed will enter charier. A. gentleman,.apprbaches; ;and. 1 } jriaen t : !IcitQr-be d'eclarcd null end 11iIii ; -S "" -'' e
: inihscribers withiji;:.th9Ume'preairibedbyUw( ; .bees ifpr ed;. nstthVUnited wiT W.k ;'::1-"i :. _
l :J.th LOrdJobn Russell who is to disregard 1Dg')1 pathefic 'appealSj'passcs '
= P and io conduct: the "Jiereu_ n'themendlcmt"mumbles after>,him, ortwiIlbe' -. n, ." ..iid" ..'.,.S4fi. d,. lto; St&tthSO1iOftOr may, oae- tIZS: .bIybantdvustdthe' :': .7 -
t Ofthe ISf vernment gV in the house louder'at: each'sehtencc l'''May good luck foUow the said,cstatewill' ke.pa.ym t to': :: : 'cuting: 'th 'oonvece'," rec1a1&tbL'bwi11niidbfeff 1.:. ,..4secfsai&Coirt.tobe heftathtan-'--' .., S fi

S5. trt J Mn 'e.leaderVhipin the,_ yer!--MR,'. Jutk follQW";y r3dT GOOD. 'stt'itV S ,:- sUAN:sfQDdmx; ? ': ..t. : R. G ILLT'S I.o w' .,. ,-.9th'cTay.- ot.'tt.ADA'I7:' ,';,...,", .
f LUCK ,:., '. OS1lUA S1' 01tb'f Adm'r,. : .. : '.:, _..'. : oh.+",- ttXreun7. ,,- '' *.r'. '' '.1:'ScARBEQUGWcIerk... 'f. "", .
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the Protectionists 'itiCk POLLO 'iu J .S .Iff-"'< ., : .' g1'. .j", ..o :" "' : ;: .. _
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ELECTIONS : fourth of V the ".tR"1"N 4. :8_' ":"O' 1 N"L"Y: .., ': i\f EssRsi'HOLMES: &:co., b&VEtIrd i < '. 4.
the day to.the
1 ((4th) petober.next ;\ apply ,jffqnorable;, Judgel .f 'fl. "kr.- ._: '_.t'f.} .'II .. ,.' ', ...f ..,' .. i :V.;
for of "-.J" .: _-_ _-__ _VV__ : .oi J.7J..Lheir stock of Merchandize iohIs8j
ensuing,.(A.D.1S47,) ;one.Senator,5{( .JProbatV fqr.the County o( uTaljfor LettersjofAdmimstrationonthe \ i b'
Iil : the" tm class))for said".Countyj, ,for.twb HepreBcntatires -' .9r.t epJi>Y ,' .-&o, -',""3G>.c't'ed.'," r.s. ;'-V r e '.:"_ "NCW_. f "York,V. : ib ui1din forrnerly"6ccupie
t of said County in the General Assembly :late of said County,.:deceased. ;\>vt VT'!is .'. ;. 4-----:'i '_. _,_ ,=' ; kVi n.wnatheGovrIrnentBwldrng- They bare* j"; L

i; ,of the.State Florida, for oueSheriffonV I': JOSEPH..A\BABBEE.. : ,. !Lmm; dr1I1ID .JI i'fit adder to.:their>stock;. ',by :the, -J late-arrivals,'from

: Circuit'Couri Cler one 1 AugustTsth,iS'i.' -;-1,: pw): "\s' ., 'New "York, a full,assortment of Dry.Goods,'Groceries .. ,, of ,-
c :V :( ;, 'JUPSP: 9), r
Collectorfour. ,County; .Commissioners, ,one ?. Mm-!. 4pLHto"3> *WMJ _. -* -* JA, .. ; Hardware.' Provisions} &c &c.. which. BF'

l-ll ..; County Surveyor and one':Coroner..forsaid.. ; iO; tipy.!tjle IBpa ious: FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE .: 'd are'prepared to sell atreduccdprices.V: i ; V V "V :THE...: PRESIDENT OTj1

County otDuvalA1s,for.four Justices of the CAUTION. 'V ,.No; 56 CEDAR. STREETy tKe-WHOLE- : V They.are now'prepared. to purchase :Cotton, : :)11$I t r. E9 .
ii PERSONS cautioned
ALL are hereby. against 'ofwhich, isdevbted to'the'(exhibition,and :sale Hides and'ot of the 'the.
Districtsof produce .-at
Justices country
Peace for each of the; respectiTe; < .o
I ; with wife on''my V
said County.Said,Elections,to be held dil1g my Abigail Vfrightj : f thSAtic1e.of: highest Market'rates,'and make cash advance* wtirns1gnthemIothwir .TO pur$uanceTof jhe'Act: fCol
I '
it account; and further,frompurchasing, from ; Vfrnd.ifl! ; Savannah and ,A gra."
of entitled
c:1: ; at the places, and.:1lI der:the superintendence her any property that belongs tome. as::I am PRrNTED. : OAL'jCOES.V; ; York. ; i An;Act to es.tab1iab a
or New V '
J ;; the gentlemen h.ereinafter:named said and Election-who are determined not to pay any of her.de. ts}.or'to V V Theirv present.Stockconsists.ofnearlyOne : They'.have a new article or Wrought V Iron V at SLM Ja.r rki,1n ,Florida,!', 8Pp ,:

u 1' hereby appoteVnpectorsof ,. .allow, her to sell any property that belongs to the. 2d day of)March .183
tL t to wit: '" '" :.; J me. V .LEVI WRIGHT., '- ; .I' :Thousand_ :.Packages,. V Ploughs to which they would.- "respectfully! call- ; :, I, :'la\1J
>rccuM-rJustices District V : V -" JtabracingVsome" ,THOUSANDS 'of'rdjfferehtpatterns ; the, attention of Planters. V:, K. POLr, '?rSidenV of'the: .
in;: i At Jiwfoonti7kiJ; Alligator August 47..:< *A-2f:, ,*'. ,Uni
ethune obertBigeIowOliverJVood. .. : and cbloringsl' and Jncks.rvilIbVNoV.V&l : tf V States of 'America do
t No.-,Inspectoxs.arquhar -- comprising"every : n : hereby dicI
.desirable.inPOREIGN: 7and V and, make ,
: thing ,. known that
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At .Black Creek Carey's.Ferry Precinct.Justices DOMESTIC./- : *: : PoreignPeiiodcalsV" : a
or ;
E : : will hejdauhe Office
I Person interested Land
t District .-.. Inspectors.:Elijah. ALL !' directly ,or indirectly} .All of which are offered"for sale for cash or :, ,ITaI
j hereby notified by the, undersigned j that LOIVEdTPRICbS EEPTTBLICATION Of' }1 lahassee, in the S'iaie1isposaI of Florida
Blitch George Branning, Solomon,Morgan., satisfactory credit;, at the :
i 4Q j Mandarin Pretinct.--J ustices District No. i in conformity with an Act of the Legislature, of .the. "- v THE LONDON QUAltTERLYzItEV1EW. V V of the undermentiooedsaid '
At. by .
Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for the r 'el.lahlish'ment TUB'HDINBURGff'REVIEW. V .. _

t? k _. Inspectors.-Calvin Reed; EbcnezerE'vit ) of the Records of the County ,of Columbia ;PIECE ORPAOKAGE.N THE NORTH ''BRITISnREVIEW: '-! ,town, of StAlarks, ccunmeoci:

; lZ: ? eleth, Charles Byrne. I and for other purposes,"approved January New 'Styles Pare received almost every dadi; WESTMINSTER 'REVIEW V V VV ,Monday the'4th day of October fje
Justices Dis- ;
At St. John's Bead Precinct.- 6th, 1847, they will file in the Clerk's Office, of and many of them'are got up for our.own Bales AND wit : t

1* trict No. --. Inspectors.-KingsleyB..Gibbs, the, District Co'urt for ,said. County-pappr' writing and not to,be foundelsewhere.V BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH:MAGAZINE. : LOts numbered two, three

I Amander Parsons, Lewis Christopher. purporting to be a copy of B deed of gift from; jpT .P11t lists .of prices, corrected fromday eiglit, ten,i.len, twevefuiei l four "II a..
Cedar Creek at the School-House now occupied ; r..ii.
Caroline to day with every'variation in the marketare
Jones deenMed daughter,
Henry to ,
above Periodicals in N eighteen, nineteen
are printed ".
th by De Cottes.-Justices District -. inthe hands THE' ) "'y. I.
Mnttaire,the original'deed having been destroyedby placed ofbuyers.V Illrpl'
; immediately on their arrival by theV: 'wrnty.fIl'r,tWl'nt.Jlx.
James L.Christopher ""ent
I{ Inspec rs.-WiUiamDraddock fire, on,the first day of November. 1846. The Merchants will be able to form some idea of British steamers in a beautiful clear-type oh ly-eighi. thirty,. ibirsy..n thirty.i0. .,I.

; and.David. Turner. i ir introduction of said copy made for the purpose of r the extent and variety of our assortment,when ILit3.L
the house of William I fine white paper, and are faithful copies of t eOriginalsBLACKWOOxYs'MAGAZINE thirty-five, thirty. ixtbirtjHity. '.r6in'IIIIP
at ,
ThomasvUle Precinct :
At perpetuating the ohj, *ct" and pufpose*,of the originnldeed. we state, that the value of our usual stock Of ,"
forty-iwo forty.thrc
I :
being an f-rty-
Thomas.Justices District No. -. Inspectors OUt.lun11
HENRY MATTA1RE this "'ARTICLE is at least twice the value of 1."
r ONE '
ty.eigifl, 6111, ,
fa ofthe .6f'.onf'
exact Edinburgh edition. Sf""u fifi '
,, -Abram Bessent, William. Thomas, CAROLINE MATTAIRE.By the entire stock of dry.. goods-usually by The wide spread fame of these splendid Periodicals fi t',6ft1..,ix, fifty-eight! ., U.'JIIJ", '
4' James Odum. JAMES S. JOKES., Agent. largest wholesale jobbers.. This fact together jty.four
renders it needless to much in'their sixtj-six; ixty-_even, ,
Justices District No. say ," ,
At Clay Hill Precinct.- Alligator. Fla., June 4th, 1847. 3m with the fact that our means and our I four & "!P1Iy
trit, _. Inspectors.-Edward D.B.Brannam Henry V attention instead of being divided vast praise., As literary organs, they stand :far In seventy-five, sever.ty-m, ltt""IIIY.&btp
? among a : eniy-nine.,
advanceof works of shhilar eighty,eighty-six,
a stamp cizbIy.sD
any now
John Moore. ,i
Bennett of articles are Vlevoted" &'t
NOTICE. variety : l1y 'to ONE eight
4 A. of said V published, while the political complexion of ninety, ninety-one, ninety", j jnim'tyeiifhr
kt Polls to be opened at 9, .M. day, or : will render the advantages which' offer. alAl lr.
.1 the Es we can
persons having demands against each is marked ninety-nine, ,
oiw hundred
and to close ALL by a dignity, candor and forbearance ,'_
t as soon thereafter as practicable, to dealers obvious and it, shall '
it of Peter Dalziel, late of Columbia ; not often found in works of dred and two, one bundled ltfldthrf.Oflp hand
j4'4j1 t at five ((3)) o'clock, P.M. County, deceased, will present the same within our care that none who visit our establishment .a partycharacter. four, one .,unlrecl8.ncl.ix, ha w4i,4
this 29th of June A.D. oo red
hand day
Witness V
; : 847. my W]'L F. CRABTREE six month to th subscriber, or they will be liar shall,meet with,any disappointment.Our They embrace the views of the three,great seven,one hundred and eight,one..?.?.t'daad
4. is at'all' seas
forever. assortment complete of
ns bundled and eleven
i ;Judge of Probate County of Duval. r the yia. LEE LEE.I I parties in England-Whig, Tory and Radical one one hIanardVanhltlh
r THOMAS B. .FITZPATRICK, "Blackwood'; and the London Quartery7'areTory ; one hundred and fourteen, one humlrrJ limit
July 9th, 1847. P.'S.T-B.F. LEE formerly of the firm.of '
Administrator Ex officio. I : the "Edinburgh Review,*Whig and the 5 teen, one hundred and sixteen. one nuodnhf i4
Alligntor! Fab. 19th, 1C47. 6m Lord &'Lees and late senior partner of the original I "WestminsterVIadicaL V ; eighteen! one hundred .tiid nineteen,
In ,Chancery. firm of Lee & Brewster from which con : oJe..L lllrt4
4 and twentyone hundred and
. SOUTHERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA The price of the RE-PRINTS is less than one- twenry two,.i.
CIRCUIT nection he withdrew time has
dred and
NOTICE. some ago resumed tWP II-lbr..r, one
I third of that, of the foreign copies and while 'nd.d.'lkt.
-( IX AND FOR THE business in connection with Messrs.
Lee &
: demands the four,o.hundred and
persons having against f"fI. twenty-nix,
ALL they are equally well got up, they afford all that together wai$
; .i John W. Robarts, } Bill for Divorce. of John C.'CI.'dt', late of Columbia Judson, and assures his' friends that the new advantage to the. American over the English the |portions of the following named k>T liuteo .
t 1 vs. > concern shall have th same pre-en1 nence'in ered the donation
County deceased, will,present the same within I reader. by often acres, made lat&i
Li' 4 Permelia S.II.Robarts, ) six month* to the subscriber, or they will be bar this branch of trade, which formerly distin TERMS Tallahassee, Railroad Company viz: totjjBm'bered

L & IT appearing to the Court from the Bill filedt't red forever.. guished the other two houses to which he be : f Jr'y...'>n. fifiy-nine,. sixty,
f; : in this cause, that Permelia S. H. Robarts, THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK V longed. June 25 1847. V PAYMENT TO EE MADE .ADVANCE. .setfnlj-w .
lyJNEW seventywo seventy-three,
For of the four eighty.twoei1j./ ",
this one Reviews
.1 the Defendant in this case, resides out of Administrator Kx officio. any $31J annum. and inetv-four. V V

i 4 : State so that process of law cannot be served For any two do. 5 The offering V .
, ; : Alligator, Feb 19th, 1847. 6m STORE For three do. 7 L of, he above e ntioRft lots cHUt
to law. any
her according
*: commenced
t upon ihe
.m day
For all four of the frocrnfia
IT is THEREFORE> ORDERED, That the said .In ircuit: Court. THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Coiartstershiip Reviews 8"For the name otderin which they areaderiinenV

( Defendant be and appear before the Circuit EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. V under the style i.f Blackwood's Magazine, V 3" all coneni.-tit.lispatcli. unlit, ihe h&

ri Court of Hillsborough, county, to be held at County of Ducal: In Chancery. For Blackwood] and the 4 Reviews 10 been nfferen, and the sale thus :eI.II4'"holedballljT. ,
ti :. Tampa on the second Monday in Octobej, A. D. John C. Pelot & Chsulea H. Pelot, 'jAdniinistrotnrs CLUBBING: V sale hall not be kept openTIorigerth [
1847 arid defend said suit, or the same will betaken of nit nnd Have rented the Four copies of any or all of the,above works t and a t o*rittr
i singular
., store lecently occupied by Mr. B. will be no private entry to any lot will.be .imitfiL!
'g41 I as confessed. the Goods and CIiatte):,Rightsand I I I P. CUTTER, and would now solicit that poni exnirrttionof Iwo werki

*3X And that a copy of this order be publishedin Crt'(i-1t1 of James D. it clot, V j e. | Biliroriro' public patronage who desire to purchase I regular subscription for three-the fourth. copy V GIVf: : under mylar at th/Ciiy'Wid&ji
the of this State for the I rnllI)I..trlceasf' i being gratis.3r .
in one I. thi
newspapers ton
( I twenty-first day of May, Anno Dodo
I LJtltIofltfl*- Remittances
j space of three months, according to law. v:. ( and communications must thousand eight hundred and fOrl -,,' .
r GEO. W. MACRAE Herman Hooker &Charles Bying- '>*P'9 .."f f.q I' They are now receiving nnd will keep constantly ,be made in all cases without expenses to the, B/the President: }

j 'i Judge Southern Circuit Florida. ton, n* Hooker &Byiri'' ton : I:aac I tate.c,. on hand, a gpnrial? sortment nf \ publishers-the money may be enclosed in a letter JAMES V K. rOIL .

L .. A: true copy: N. Riwlon I \V'II'"I. Ridon I and .fur: anInjunction. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots post-paid directed to the publishers.N. RICHARD M. YOUNG.Commisssoner .
E. A. WARE Clerk : B. The Postage all these Periodicals is .
: Chailes F. Leeds & James B. Shoes Hats &c. of the General'Land Office, V

:: .' By J. W. ROBARTS, D. d Ba 5;.Risdon, Leeds & Baggs, rl'tIuced.by the late Post-Office law,to about one -_
J -
1tiyj Which thoy ph>dg p I themselves/ to sell AT TilE
third the \
( July 9th, 1847. 3m et. al. creditora-&c. &c. former rates, making a very important NOTICE V V
i ; LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, as an inducement in the
having been made tn appear to the satisfaction saving expense to mail subscribers.
L I .In Circuit Court. IT of the Court by affidavit, that several of fur CASH CUSTOMERS' to call and examine. *g.* In all the principal Cities and Toitns In pursuance of the I pio\it
: EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, th" Defendant* named in the Bill of Complaint filed Flavin; come to,tho determination to keep 1\'O throughout the United States, to which there is a apprised M March. 1833, eniikd"js

COLUMBIA COUNTY TO WIT: BOOKS, and to l buy their Goods piincipally Rail Road Act: to establish! a town at St.Marks," ineRrjjf!
.. 11 in the above entitled cause reside out of :'the direct or Water communication from
:iIr for the Cash, they will be enabled sell them ter and Receiver nf the Land
December Term 1847. to as the Office at Tillaliu
State of Florida. and beyond the jurisdiction of city of New York these Periodicals mill be
1' B. CHEAP: or CHEAPER than they can he purchased gee, will be required prior l ihe day (,.i.lo
: Archibald, IL Cole, James this C urt, Therefore on moiion of Gregory delivered FREE OF POSTAGE. ,
elsewhere. EDWARD: f/ aorerlain "th.
WRIGHT value
Cole and.George W. Cole partners Yale, B!q.;, Solit"1wrJllrsnid Complainants, i LEONARD, SCOTT & CO, Publishers of any imiroemenisLiri'
&c the name and Attachment IT Ttmt the V EGBERT POINSE1T.N. may have been made on }tk. lots de rgBlf ',J5
,- using : is ORDERED, nid Herman Hooker 112 Fulton st, New York. ,
i style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to and Charles Byingion, 8iHook't'r'& Hyington; B. Hides nnd other country! produce taken Aug 13th, 1847 I hi* priH-lxmalion respectively, "and tietpurewfff : ,
F j in "chong.Gllorl.*. _______ "'public oate'torn1. lot ; irliicfa ihifW
,4 1 :.r vs. VS171 50 hnrt.N. Risdon, William M. Rudon, Charles. I upon .rt

I : Hezekiah A- Nash,.and !e- Dond..1 .for Leeds. and James B. Baggs, ns.IJfsdun, Leeds ,& -JwknnviUpMarch i9 h..t347" lyBAPTIST NEW AND CHEAP MONTHLY PUBLICA .such bull impn in vemenl, other iban"iLejjyuft thereof,

.4 rick Barnes, partners, &c.. con- $343 00 BHggs; H.'G. O. Babcock; James, JJ.: Morgan' ; TIONS. ,addition to the sure to-be-paid tatnvtlSlates.
i V l and
; stituting the firm of ILA. Nash Hei.ry Bacon; John Mallery! ; Chester Bi i bee & TELEGRAPH, Only One Dol.81. e; herrby'is. requlred'io: fvfttm
i a Year.To owner of; the improvementc, the Y1UIVOtIrI
& Co. Jacob Guitetson, as C. liisbe.e & Cc.; Amos Pdhumway AND "
', : rilHE Defendants and all others interested and others; be' required to appear FLORIDA'El1IIGRANT.. commence in October next, and to be issued as thus ascertained ; and if painient; 'iftrfTor;
E am'V'V regularly thereafter on or about the fiifteenth shall not b<> makiipunihdaen which iht! oat
t JL are hereby notified of the commencementof ait'wersr il Bill of Complaint! within four, *,
entitled suit Attachment the'lame will bo taken its confessed V of every month. wag ptirrba"ed, the lot shnll be again ffea-4_
of the above by returnable or against Subscriber i,ropo es to publish in the V
the December Term of said Court them. THE pujji.lic sale on the next day lrs !, '!d J"
to of Jacksonville,' East Florida, n monthly -
M :4 to wit-the,third :Monday in December next- IT is FURTHER ORDERED That a copy of thi newspaper ofihe above title. It shill be neutral V GODlfY'SREP0BLICAT1OX of II""that fhall l not of be capable ot' tteiniihp; Jurr1

and are required to appear and plead to the Order,duly ct'rnfie.II'y the Clerk of this Court, bepublished in politic; shall roniaingeneral intelligence ; V OF THE TWO V or any'01 her lot offered at rtl 'pllblii t
POPULAR WORKS Provided. That .
ifRnv Inr .
sonfferpd bi ff
declaration therein filed according to law. in some Newspaper printed,within the and in Religion, slnill% be frank and explicit.. IN f
EUROPE: he In)
l$ JOHN P. SANDERSON, Eactcrn: Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively I. Th) paper will advocate the faith and practiccof!r BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE *t day of the public sale, shall 1 not btlfiw

,; 4 Plaintiffs'Attorney. *. l for four month V the Baptist denomination in lb Uniieil States, V And Gazette of the Fashionable paidVfPr, thesame may be entered' at privaiiVul.
25 ;. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge and World.V upon paying to ihe* United 'States i llie snmM
'Alligator,Florida, June ., 18t7. 4in V shrill be particularly d"volf'll.tu IIH interests V
a $ J, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do of i h<*Southern and South Western States. Th' THE LONDON V WORLD ALSO which. it wan bill offi and to. be owner of tbpn .

.Jt:4 :. In Circuit Court, hereby certify the above to be n true copy of u n secular and.Ilt'li inus. improvement of f the people And Continental.Feuilletons.OF FASHION, vementB" the previous! certaioe.nfiIheeof. V
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Order duly made nnd entered of record in ilia V V *
S J nbnve of Florida it haHconsider_ a; its paramount obli
..4 COUNTY entitled the The.Priceof which two Works in England is By the Act-orCong.It aforesaid, the niinimprice i i
COLUMBIA TO WIT: nIle on seventeenth day of gation. T >reprove' vice. t. promote virtue to peyntp |I-

?T 1 December Term, 1847. April A. D. 1847.' : the min l to the worship ofihe true ( oi. and V$12 a year. V of each town 'lot i! fixed at tweoty-fi *<*
Ilardee and Robert IN WITrESSVln nEOF ] !'.As 'republished by the subscriber larg, and of each out bit, 81hVPnty.me dollar pet
3 Isaac P. 1 5 ? to improve IMP wordiy condition of mankitid. ,WIll I they '.
, t H. Ilardee, merchants and part- 1 Attachment: L.S > hereunto set my hand and affix |be, it.r iiIL 'be! its lending features.TKKMS will cost only $1 a year. I acre I !

I i ners, trading under the name Sum sworn to, -.J ) of said Coiirl. V FOR ONK YEAR::Fo7twe\f. >i>"J'if"c. $10; RICHARD M" YODNG, VV ,

.$:' -' style'and firm of L P. & R. H. f $154 06Ilardee OSCAR. HART, Clerk.April MX. copies $5; 'one copyl.; Ad\tUll"t'I'.OIpnt, BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S, MAGAZINE, I CommUsioner! lithe Gener I LinH OceV .'

1. I Bond filed' for 23, 1847. 4m. VitLt1jt1in will be expected in all rflt-!. AND GAZETTE OF THE FASHIONABLE WORLD-- -
vs. $308 12 V ,.,' CCJ: All leteraddresel" tiv. the Editor, must For Torcn and Country Devoted to Edits S.V W. DOGGETrS VSEVMIVNAR

Nickabud Raulerson. JTHE SrotJJ : bepot paid.: Letters Music Fine Arts Fashions fyc.

Defendant and all others interested arc Watchmaker and Jeweller.No. .;. .N.' B.. .Thp fin t. number will |>e issued on'the The eIi-known celebrity,in Europe,and this J:!'

reby notified of the commencement' ofthe 5 MAfNSTR1ET.V first Tuesday June next.: country, of Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine course of instruction 'f.ui, .. THE
.. above suit attachment JAMES'MCDONALD. ,
entitled by returnable 1 Editor.
has induced
the subscriber to commence the re- i* undeil ihr M (iA-
to the December Term said CoUrl to wit: Respectfully informs the citizens .Jorkao Inp. Fla... Apil30IhnR 7. upon 1-5 -r
publication this" .
f fashionable London ducllonandanHl.igy SludenM who are
V JP.Vrid
Jacksonville nnd I !its vicinitythin Monthly.
in V
the third Monday December and ; "
) are It is a matter of'surprise that the to'enler college.: m here, i Th ut-
and ,::1l ,he has removed. the loiehn.A CARD. republication Yi pursue
required to plead to the declaration .
appear ,
site studies. '
'this while ,
mediately'arljoining the on.eTr'p, ( : work was not commenced some ; those, who.are not'"dHI'.J;
therein filed to law. '
according 1
V V ; V years'sinc On looking of the for a profession'chit 1I..1 "t.Ut"l branch**iV, '
W. M. IVES Plaintiff's Attorney. : VV cently occupied. as, the printing RIVERSROTALl, over some ,late ? i
numbers hOst suit i
we find them tillcd'with theirobject in life. ,; V
t L Alligator, E. F, July 30th, 1847. 4m office of the/'Florida. with St tP m9n."-and 1 is now, prepared D E N-XA.L ,SU; "R G E ON, S Poetry, and, 'N natives the most: of.Stories which;'and fall Th ,rf'gilati'nl' of theinsti..... n.'.,kuwI V
---- execute promptitude/Hll orders
con. Office North East but little behind those published in the Edin with t\if Sinl! lesign.lpriimonng)* i ial ,nlfl1lcl":
NOTICE. ted.with. thf'nbo line.V tt' corner of St. Julien Street aDd'm V
.t rolu'van"proprilof'ii."mp.JTIwt.
burgWork and V
k ':' Persons concerned interested Mr. Grothe .would also ihnt-he V V and-Market Square VV V many surpass eyed the emana ,
: or are deter
ALL soy. nay V tions from the Giant intellects TM| rlicfj'linei, .. intended to belItrkIlyp1ft1rPre
:. to take that the mined confine his attention in 1n'ireexcjiisive- _, SAVANNAH fthe contribu' '
notice ;
: undersigned GEORGIA. -Tb .
tons to the $ desires ,
V Northern .ptor to 'Cultivate bi r"
"great ,
l1 ,. in compliance 'with an act of the State-of ly to .work, in"the.se} branches. He .renders:,his -Aug.2o,47. ly fiters of.the'day-.coiitrib Magazine. The best -p'iN, habiiV of.kind andfa nulls! ipIercouii'1IU,
I Florida entitled "An Act to provide for the re- thanks to ;he .many friends who have given him V toiLs pagesV to" '
influencp them
It'has f
: FOIiVVARD &:.ALiDRICH! now been' publishedseventeen' by an appeal to.tl I&e lt
: establishment of the Records of the County of their patronage, nnd fruits that hit exertions hereafter :years "' .' r '
in :: hasa principle* .(> 1.118.h",tt, than by severe ami dgrBeefnJpnnisbment
Columbia, and'for other purposes/ Approved will" be. such, a*. jo merit it. .. ATTORNEYS ":COUNSELLOns. AT LAW. Londdn1id circulation :exceeding' : Jf

January 1847: They have this day filed From Jong practise, in his. business, ho.feels: or: Will practice. t several, Courts vof Luw,,; :,703000 land and copies the, thtougV ntinetofEui Engl ,:Scotbnd,'ire-' IAn'ncctiraie account of the delinquencies' "f nffry

in the Clerk\s Office of ,the Circuit Court for himself competent .to give satisfaction' and .Jiis and Equity,'in the,Eastern Circuit of Florida. lated l.into.'several of p"e .:.It is JransV V ,scholar, nnd alu,of the degree nf aiiafnmf.

; said.County,,a paper.writing purporting- be .charges will be moderate and as reasonable'; WM'A'FnftWAKn. Su'AwffinlineVLooi3'Al.nKICHNewnansviIle V theT'contlnental languages is.kept;" H of- whieh '
', those of the'Nrmh J. V' V ,t ; f -it. being theT only instance')bf an :} account, corn-ex
in substance of the lastiWill and Testament > nglisht
I a copy : Magazine 'thai with ihcirilartrrn, biA. ,i. iranxmiiied. '.o"'rr,
.1 of Henry Jones late of said county deceased B'Clocks; nnd Watches repaired in.the best, compliment :: orjjnardinn who'
: parent .
1 it. ,
_\VM..F. 'The may
t' the'original of said last-'Will and Testament manner, nun nt th "shrtrte' rnoticei. r. ,CRABTREE ,; .*: .; I' jublieItiOnill I.:'cbmmencb, in October ',TKRMS.rim A SESSION: or V V V -
\" n and be .. W&LyLwuZS
'Jacksonville. Dob: 261845.; *" ''>"" I ATTORNEYAND will continued monthly- V .
having been destroyed by fire on the first'dayof n..1. COUN.SELLOR..ATttL, .HighrBrhtIhPs -. V '
I V -*1'NOTICE. -*, .. V 'vThc publication price of the r $8 OU'>- ;
1 November last And that they will('apply to .tr ,. :' V ;IoT ; r4 c Ontne_, ;.PI":: )V r London ja6.: '- V '' : .in' V .Common',Bianchea, TOO

.f i the Circuit"Court.of'BaJ.d, Coun y- at, the next V '. : ,n.lj- V ''\V'Lt-tr a'tn'anv business entrusted itt)hi'bRnd4* .;' -V '.. V : Lnlin',and. Greek Cla..i... extra.

I Term of said Court to be held'Jn and for the ALL persons interested are hee1riotifiil. that Ina'hy'of_.theCourt: *'iff theEastern;: Circuit' ofFr "THE V VV .Lessons in'French given"' ftt ihePrfqaest ofI1 V frents. i
: t Months trie jdate hereof tlie'under- -'- -"." 'Vi' 4- MIYINGSTQN/ : LONDON' ;WORLD :XF FASHIONS V -
1 i County Columbia on, the third Monday .in -' jbfier ida:: l- : : .' : '. *
.R 4 December next"to have said Copy. Will>established signed. Administrntrix'nhdrAdrninT' tfntprVrwJthtbfl'will ,FE'L'lX''L ," -' :.. :,.N'nco'. : 'IL'E.'IAL. ,FEui.L'ETO s, ., : ,. .Any pupil' wijhdrawn! from_ f ch! School befcrr.wf1emlofjhe .
in.lieu of said annexftd t'tJe stnaVkhece&wilr{ ; .' .. ; ; ; ,A Monthly session
I 1 original, destroyed by 'J -Publication of.the..Courts iof:London except fiir rea 4'risvhicB) tw
a ; fire" aforesaid.- h'pr1r.i.; the! 'Honv: Judge.of Probawfor'Alachua[ V { < 'T l, tiEY'i.A'J.'L W.1 i :, : !Principal!
as V ; : and Pfirif; Dedicated.. -'High..LifeFash.: approves, will,required top.jfunrx'flired *?\"?
-;: ... .' WILLIAM TOWNSEND, Executor, Cpority'f'!nnd\lisch for a final t settlement; of.their, acVounts' as '- = ZV V w.feow//e? ,:fla. J JWillprrtctico ( V ionaoles,) .Fashions, :Polite...Literaturej Fin' Pltrt' oflliAt! nfooion.. V : '.
I ''ANNrmRY JONES Exec trix. such; rge from the furtl r'AJmlnr5ua-! 7n t "iho"Giistdrn'irruity !' 4rtstlth V .:IoVlkducIionll bemade ;
t 'lion df said estnter '"V '"W i"t,1 airthe Cuutis 7of I Operas,;Theat1.e) 4-b.. : ': In the ch.i6 sP'
"'Alligator'July! .231847: ,3m; V ''IUCFY'ST ANnttytA.lm'x- fctf4 C>' ? .; -.March. "!19i.iIT., VV ': .firn' .V .7 ,!: Edited by several ,Literary..and/Fashionable. a PnpIorra.ioIaI{ abseftcip, Tit 'eases"f.i :
; *
; .r tI"
tracied ?

i -> Administrator's' C.r I. ; SEABORN STAND LEY: ,. Adm'?, tl.'t K' UGUS'FUsn'a;. GILLEj'pTTolNE3e : -'X' :Characters.,il4 the'above twoWorksyjflbefoundaflthe V V : drawn, from cknesreqn5rinjj"'tlie-the School -.ded pupil;lion.In I ."
I'.I V : ; proper
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f. of accounts and vouchers Administrator i MONTHS after date; If.hall.pre) .ent 'c' IACKSOyjLtit ; "LX bt
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