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

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continued until forbid A SKETCH FROM THE 'CAPTAIN quietly% "'Captain:_'. i:''- ifyoii'dd riotSHsnto'actas constitute : i"4 : --
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my :
.Ietaarged'ilr.i'jve will be charged for all &nnouoce.ruMidaLes'ror Twenty years ago I made the acquaintance b ...can get along without assistance.'? j :.. :. .<* of, on jjdfti condition of that he: would;make A gacrificd '.gold ) one.:of the Wall street _:
Lieut. then a passed midshipman th / v \ KispT6peBylo the Churclfc; The (N ew:York) banks .
olhce.iquare The pistols were, again loaded;' the second twd '8 rS:kD W ir"'ta \ on Tnursday;of Which the t j.\
h $
for Six Months. t t *10 00 United St tesnavy n6w in command era verteaucy Englishman look the:Beat in'Which tb&'llisthM eecentrie' .w execution_was so good that it wu almost Impsible \s'
00 craft'wYch determined whatever willEd
Debtors and Creditors. : : 10, litte has b uridistiri- I taight .to detectthe. f rauu. .Itwaspronouncedie ,
been killed and and
to stood the -
toe : again up gave make to divide I 'it
for Letters of AdministrationAU 5. O d in the recent naval movements the ;his, fortune between them): ;JrhlatedVt be at the
.*puiIcatnn; guish on. signal- ; -. good by one tellers :of the bank, ami !if; J
rr religious notices will be inserted. gatul'11A.1l coast of Mexico. The acquaintance was makfe' lArei you readyFire? --?one? '.--.*t\ *,>, by which he this left the father small made iuni d indeed, secret willy bis also by the clerk .t>f the.firm who do the largest i :
under circumstances that their ft avery to business in the and
purchase sale
communica w11eharted The explosion.lbllowed the utterance'df.the two and f'sp in \_
admissable personal ; the bulk j'
lation even at this late, day can hardly fail fe sonsj ofbisprbpertytothepiI J Vallfttreet Notwithstanding it
to be
advertisements.17AI word two and the Englishman was 'tteteiho't &t who SL proved a.counterfeit : :i
to ?
as uld'bhpjen the first ,
$ hula for Job Printing, must be paid on the interest the reader. BA j in the same place. .'. in the church"in whicfi'his'funehil say mass] The.m chanlca1 -execution of the -

ot the work. It was in Gibraltar... I was passing'a con" e ',Gent1emenl'8ai .the Lieutenanttwiththe ,w1a8to ceremony piece is fully equal to,that] the mint, and it b '
rJ take. This wilIh
addressed to with
be within .
communicat' must house much frequented English'and Amen a small trifle oftheireightofthegen..
fAil s insulting calmnessptime pesss.1oadth a notary.. On his death "
HAZlA D. PO2PEOSPECTTTS p4l4. can officers when 'hearing called I "hichtoo plsjce short: fme$2.so. :,eeeS.i.i" '
myname and I kill lter.jUloth 1" ;
SJ.LET1' : pistols Win, you one r, ly' after the .
notary'"opened the will .and : ,
,. I
turned and saw in the door'a' .,
standing young into that ; .
fast ir.
as as get struck .
OF A NEW man in the undress of our'service. He you by its singularity, .iobk' it to the PopeJ The appendix- the wh'ToI1Dl1eoCSnAQJ ,; t
approached But had had Lieut. sailed I
IN PATENT NOTE8, they enough. -.- : twas late at night.that his Holiness' became :Writings f
JClIC BOOK, me, saying the for Mahon. He known Wftahingtondlscloiesahhiterwting I
same was, : .
acquainted, with. it but before' ;
CALLED { '_ ,> daylight the fact in the history of the American '
HESPERIAN HARP : lieve Captain?' ,.ofthe brig Monmouth,I b<- then and is known now, &tJi shot in ,next morninghehastenec1 to the, church at IV appeartty the extracts'from Lord Revolution North's, -e'.y' : .,- _. :
THE &ciatch-him- ;
the whole
I x_ or fnOrirmuu C...Ga. 'The same sir I replied. navy-never received which 'the funeral ceremony was toiake place,. 'paper,that the notes:;.and" letters of t the ICing
...Doawr, 'chance !
self for he to ,
an fj
, II. never gave antagonist a caused the doors to b en&1 s wlio.he ;
stating verse
It ; by r general- impression which
, I am Mr. > passed midshipman of the uaspre.vailed J i ,;
voiWil1 contain OO.pages; inclua United States 3 fire.: : was,_And celebrated-the sacrifice of the mass from th 'period of the Revolution to the 1 It._(;
sloop of war oir. at.T '
t\1US f'1i lying, t1l .. .._ _
the Rules ors __ ___ _:_ ,.\ -- ... "I I -h. .1.d.a c. .1. L -
a lucid exposition of -i 11 1' 1. 1 'I L -. : :;. --i:: ***v -i.i"'o '4hL1L3.'Ue inus i Dee present mOeiitiii 4! show thaUt was the King j i
ding .rorb mauuu. i am nere on leave, ana none.or | c-.J. .tf.J
and of Musical Composition; a larger brother officers are at hand to render me that DIETETICS. I# legally.entitled to.the property ofihe.deceased and not the Minister;who insisted upon mtPm-- i ,
i1ing my > iu
Church tunes used by the reh5 ; and immediately made It. *e 1.o (hi two ing"tfie war 'anb!' .
of the service which I must of fellow is Much who'refusedfpeace Upbaray't ?(
ber request you, as a The philosophy of Eating a neglected I BOIlS. rf' "*' "* than have
terms the
,dominations South countryman, to perform.' ,-.but very useful and interesting study. The ;Jess than entirety"of" th*Empire. }to ;; !,
volume s .
! Wore been embraced one ; 'I shall be glad to learn how I can be of service legitimate purpose of taking food into the stomach One Use the American BeT, iiist&. : .
School and Infant bf Specie. Writing oh. 'commercialmatters .
; <
11I11 Anthems Sunday to Mr. I replied with rather a'formal is to supply' the brain spinal marrow : 1 :.
and Missionary a.London correspondent of the New The late Rev. Dr.-= of a certain. town in
i JJL.Numerous Temperance i j B
I bow for our officers in the Mediterranean muscles bones and.other
; young nerves, lungs, livery, York COnner'att Maine
in a instanJUJthe the recent sudden in. an eccentric but honest muaisferfwar !
Eke accompanied great many
i were too much in the habit getting in- with aliment appropriate to each tissue | R
Many of the organs, ; I crease in money in England to the loss bf once preaching on the practical virtucs iad having
entire Hymn or Song. .ll'!
to silly and I suspected for a moment and furnish suitable fuel to be consumed in the
j' {Li entirely new ; while many of those scrapes, I some half million sterling of bullion by, the a short time previous bought load ot wood ;.:
3 arc that it was one of this character in which 1 and a uniform of .
keep temperature
i% airs that have long been used at Pray- asked to system, up A Bank of England. How, this loss occurred no of one of the officers, the. church and finding ) 4-
ineold at about '
figure. the body ninety-eight
&c but have one remarks the writer to It is it fell short in measure ,took this casion
seems tothusplainTy '
Tramp and other Meetings, say. ,
It is a little affair which will detain you onlya large portion of the diseases which now so painfully that' .
iarbeforebeen collected and harmonized, true some seventy thousand sovereignshave speak upon thesubjectCAny Fi t
few minutes the officer afflict civilized communities be
J&iumerous Scotch, Irish, German,and other Captain young might been sent fo the United'States, and nearly mart who will sell seven foot of wood for a cord ,. ..
remarked with smile. 'The fact is that 1 too
a or drinking
will be found in the HesperianL. prevented by never .200,000 in silver to'France-but. a ,larg&portion is n, Christiau"whetherhe sits in gallery; be- j 'I ) :
tunes have one duel to fight, and perhaps more, with- much of anything, and always giving to the circulating the low in ,
and modern-many that of loss remains unaccounted and itis ,pr even the deacon's scat. a
Books ancient in five minutes and in that coffee house. I blood its elements in due !. .. j
whose rich music is un- was appropriate but fair to suppose that e balance has remained __________ .1
DOW out of print going out to hunt'up countryman to act as proportion to repair the constant waste of every ";'
t my Anecdote. Rose the "
most of the present day- somewhere in the country,having been private confidential 3- ):
to persons second when ) of the Animal life be
ton passed. body. can only
completely ilused up' to supply this you part required by the transactions of the election and secretary of Louis XIV, hadmarritdhisdangh1; V
life been He hastily explained the origin of the diffi- maintained by the consumption of organized M. Partall
the harvest The elections have undoubtedlycaused ter tq president of the French Par- j' \
culty proved to me that he was in the right, matter which owes organism to vegetable
TfflEHESPERIAN HARP is the largest and the circulation of a laNe amount of .: Thehusbandasconstantlycornpiai.. ? *_
and 1 resolved him We entered If there earth "
Book ever-offered the American to see through. vitality: were no'plants on go d. Bimk' notes being always carefully registered mg oltne tem|) and,disp 6itionofhi3 daugh "
i'A Music the house in the of which I there could be animals. The former aloneare .
public room was no : '
said she 1
and Rose'
all intelligent persons will see by easily traceable are not used as are right; is aa im I l''
as introduced to naval officers endowed'with the of crude
fWir seven or eight English power organizing
with other works. Price $1 50beautifully arguments. to electors. Gold tells no tales.- pertinent jade;and ill hear more complaints of
it ,
sparing and bound inpe.boar'l one of whom held in his hands a pair of minerals, like salts, water, and air, into food for !And the writer adds the astounding fact that her, I will disinherit her." The husband felt ; i
printed, fine lie the second of the The and heat out in burn- ,
FcoPY, duelling pistOls. was animals. light given desire
no to make
50 past times it has been calculated that a any more.complaints fhu
with neatly printed cover. general :
a other party, and we stepped aside to make the ing 100 pounds of corn or other organized matter election *. ; 1"t'1tife. !
into. circulation l .
for $G: 50 100 'ga11yand "
to one address ; COTV ,
Gfiessent necessary preparations. While the preliminaries were imbibed from the light and heat of illegally, one million.of pounds sterling!. 1 ..

pi $100. for the fight are being arranged,the reader the sun, at the time the. corn or other. plants tJ
subscribers The Cobbler Last .
fht itork iclH be furnished to Words.- 'feel that I wax '
may as well be enlightened as to its cause. grew. No vegetable or animal substance, Costzthz.-In connection It'
'Bonfpartfs 'Costly
,A. Payment in advance. I several the furnace of iron weaker'eack.succedingday.and that lam fast .i
The .English naval officers for years whether consumed in an. locomotive
wanted to canvass the whole country. with the foregoing facts relative to the display approaching iny end; a few more Itile1&U. and to l1
last omitted locomotive emit
after the conclusion of the war no or in a can a
Address the man made by little.Vic. on the occasion of hercoro, awl .iUbe in ,.
recommendations! required. ot r; heaven there is rest for the' f':
insult officers and heat taken and
to than
opportunity our provokethem particle more was up .
nation and the incurred for of
at Louisville Ga. ; expense some weary shle; earth hath no sorrow thiV heaven
post paid. When could rendered latent at the time carbon
into quarrels. they not get arepresentative nitrogen,
the ufainsf we give the following estimated cannot htel? ;
1847. said ami he wisBdi he
Jeferson Co., Ga., August, Having ; V
the of water in
of the flag from governmentscrvice ; and the elements were organized .
of the costume the Napoleon ,
who 4 tmes: andIuumbcrofthe value worn by Emperor calmly breathed his last. .
rjTo Florida papers booic copy will be they would seek one in the merchant the developement of the germ ot some p ant.n .- on state occasions, when attired in full .-. .\ tt.
ie paper, a given marine and captains of trading vessels were ] selecting the flesh of herbivorous animals ,
I dress .uniform of a French general, as drawn Food on aft Acre of Land.-Allowing wheafi r. 1
bittern. more than once compelled\ to notice insults thus and the seeds, fruits, and tubers' of plants forhuman from -
official bushels to
..itbJ.Wttkl sources: at 15 the acre, 900 pounds food are /
1847. :
50.17, gratuitously offered. food there is room for the exercise of I
__ Velvet enibroideredsuit full dress produced. ,..One acre in potatoes at 300 bushels \r
tier .
At Gibraltar and Port .Mohon there had been much wisdom in choosing organized '
V.S.ITJ. Slcnm-Pncketl.iuc uniform. .l26 00 produces 18,000 pounds. The,wheat,at 75.cts. I.!'
several duels, iJid at the latter place they were best adapted to meet the peculiar wants of the th 'bushel '
The ot
of such frequent occurrence that it was usualto brain and nerves, the muscles and bones; as'well Half boot, gold embroidery, 6 Od i.4'worth$11,2& potatoes 10 -.. ,!
the bushel 3 A
BETWEEN Military hat finest beaver,' 1 10 ents $ ; farmer writes us that .
say on saluting an acquaintanne in the morning as the breathing process, which often'suffers .
,delivered two miles*from the
.potatoes : dig- ,
for hat .
Diamond.b tton weight .
-'Well, who is the victim of to-day-was sadly from some defect in the fuel thafshould ,
of them at 6 ce'it-bushel is :
232bO"id ging moreprofitable {.
SAVANNAH & PALATKA, F A.t the Englishman killed, or did the American keep the human locomotive in a-rsound' condition carats. -, tbiheatat.75centsifcartedismo'ofit30 : ,: f'

By1nEw.iYOFMRIEN1 take the bullet?' andhelthymtion., Our daily food shouldbe Sabre, the blade:of the best Damascus iI-.Rdthester :i ;)
BTCSSWICK ST. MARYS, GEO.; I IJk1O11l4LE In the case referred to, six or seven English carefully selected and prepared, with refer manufacture 1u u 10 id -, -- .1 :1t
AND had studied the week the of each tissue in Sabre hilt crocodile: of solid gold, ;niJ;
BLACK CREEK Lieutenants for that.my ence to wants organ-'and ; i The Notice American+Hatianal..ConveatintfrT ..
HCOIAIX, YLORIJI.\ friend had been in Gibraltar, and how to get the system: It should never contain too'"muchor weight'2? ounces, .'. 108yQQf yb&tiJQvm&! Jfa.lte' on Friday ;1
called the in tho
In connection with the Charleston: Daily Mail him into a quarreL They settled on the planat too little starch, sugar,.butter,or tat; nor too Diamond mouth of the crocodile.Regent. 00' iiight'they*'nominated 'Gen Dearborn 'of .

m.pacetst Savannah,the steamer SARAH last, and lost no time in putting it into exe much'or too little gluten, albumen, casein, or formed of the finest brilliants 1,800; Massachusetts, as the Native American candidate ;.1
Epaulets :
8PALDL\0from Palatka to Lake: Monroe, theE cution. other substance that.abounds in nitrogen, sulphur for Vice.President. JSo candidate for PresI':'"
&JIzil Stages, from Pi.colata to St. Augustin Lieut. < was sitting in the public roOm and phosphorus. Appetite, the sense of ident was nominated, and,it.:was.declared inexpedient '1"
ud from Black Creek, via N Newnansville of the coffee house, quietly drinking his wine tase and smell, and instinct, are worth some- irf to do so., A resolution,. however, was l' Ii
Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to and reading a newspaper. One of the English thing as guides in selecting suitable nourish .On analyzing the above it will'appear that unanimously passed, recommending the members J i i"

Tallahassee. officers, who was reckoned an excellent shot, ment. But these advantages 'do not supersedethe the clothing hat and. boots including the gold the party vote for Ge. ZacharTh-. .f.1
OCAMDLGEE Capt A CIIASE. necessity of cultivated reason of science, in .bras President.An .. '
and down the
commenced -
walking room
embroidery was only .133 10& while on the; 4
ST.MATTHE\YS\ i: P.MCNM.TT. directing aright the nutrition of the human ;_ ; .
passing and rcpu&sing the American Lieut.enantupon : '
These padets leave Savannah every TUESDAY whose he at length trod. Lieut. brain and nerves, which are at once the'highest score 608 of ornament expended., the enormous' sum of. 397-, Irish ."omJ11'ment.-A lovely, girt::.iiis .:-,;::1

andSiTCRDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive looked up ; the Englishman bowed and said- expression organized matter, and the organs. was bending bet head over rose tree which a'lady 1

at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go *Beg your pardon, sir, an accident.' Licut.- of feeling, thought, and conscience, the most liable purchasing from an Irish basket womanin {' ;t,:

rough to St. Augustine before night every : bowed and went on with his paper. The Englishman to derangement. Weakness of brain and A Pound of Cotton.-The paragraph which! Convent garden market, when the womam,look- .

Thursday and Mouday. I ag passed, again trod on the Amer feebleness of intellect, as well as defective di- we "annex" is not new, contains such an! ing kindly at the young lady, said,:"1 axes yer JJ,.il

Returning, leave Palatka every TUESDAY and ican's toes, and again apologized Beg your gestion, and imperfect respiration, and muscular amount information. bntt ting the various'processes pardon, younglatiyj; but if it's pleasing toy.I'd I:
FiaiT above lassitude often arise 'from .the use of improper that a pound has undergo: thank to cheek that .\ !
MORNING, at 7 o'clock, touching as pardon, sir, an accident! Lieut. bowed ye keep yer away from rose;

earlfay.. and resumed his paper. The Englishman allow- food. Judicious exercise, or suitable before it, appears, in,the form of;. muslin,. that'the ye'llput. the lady. of consult withthe' color ")..::13...

They both 1on' boats in complete manual labor, can do much towards imparting history is interesting: of her flowers." S. "
are .
pressure ed five minutes to pass, and then for the third "Thetotton from the United States to \ . ., "if i
nler both health and strength to the physical man. came ; -I- ..
and furnished in
handsomely every time committed the offence, repeating with a \i. :
P&; are commanded by gentlemen of well mocking smile the apologetic -words'Beg your But neither bodily nor mental toil can transform London. From London it went to Manchester,-= A wag, some time ago, advertised a carriage .;'i
food which is' defective where it was made into yarn. From Manchester without horses with .
constitutionally to
hw n experience on the route, and their pat- pardon sir an accident! perform only one wheet :1 "
in*are assured that attention will be into that which contains all the nutritive elements I it was sent to. .Paisley, where it.was woven.: .and invited all curious mechanics to see it. .Mahy ; 11

lid to the safety and every comfort of passengers Licut. calmly laid aside his paper, in due proportion. Physical labor is It.was then sent to Ayrshire,'where it was tam- of the members of the Society of Arts sUeD t: ;, I

ll to the careful handling of freight. arose, and taking the Englishman by the ears, good for the great purpose that God designed boured. After this it was conveyed to lunbar- ded,arid in the aN or of expectation were'IhowaTranscendental 1'a

deliberately discharged a considerable quantity j I it. It cannot, however, perform the functionof ton, where ,it was hand-seeded, again ..re. wheel OONDtDi' I 1 I
: .
)roks& AGENTS Savannah. tobacco juice, with a respectable sized enlightened reason. For the investigation of .turned to Paisly,'from whence. itwas\ sent to;; ,- _.- .- f !
Tupper '
liDeLorme Darien. quid full into his face, s.lying with a. jci1nglaugli I the laws .of.health, and preservation I, that Kurfew, a_ distant part of the country,. to ,be: fanguage.rr bQ ;Middleser : I 1

tFriedhnder Brunswick. 'llg your pardon, sir,-an accideiit each bone muscle, nerve, and tissuenniy have bleached; and then: it: was again returned" to': 'Freeman( ,'ini n"article upon the death of SilasVyrijght J tj I
JwBessent -, St Marys. This settled the business, or rather put it.in I just what .it needs, man's intellectual, powers. Paisley, and afterwards returned toixmdonby 'uses'the1 following lofty 'language-f-: ,: ;' \
mndez & Bisbee Jacksonville. the train of settlement. The Englishman challenged must be called into active exercise. I coach. It ,is calculated that; this.article. was "Humanity Ii1enta..wbea"sach'DUm'pISSeJ" I

{%, ., Black Creek. the American on the spot;; the latter accepted Grind a bushel of wheat, and use for making two :years in getting to market'from'the time it' J.'JIalJrQJn the state of nature to the state of essence I

".Cooley Picolata. claiming all the rights of the challenged bread only the very white superfine flour, and, w packed in this eo *ntrytill the cloth arrived -' the state of fullness to the.state.of void,. .

it.Hawkins, Palatka. party-choice of weapons 1 time, and place. you get little besides the starch of the.'grain, at'the merchant's warehouse in';London'and ;:; the state of visibility to the state of invisibility, i!il :
of conceded and Lieut. that..it travelled'' miles sea and
Lldtte & C.o.j Charleston. This was course most. of the muscle brain-forming by the state of manifestationto, the state without ) J ;
losing 11
ILGoods'consigned to the Agents for- named pistols the weapons-that room the place' elements in.the. "middlings." It is in the latter 920 miles by.land; and also that it ontributed: manifestation"-: But tfif'gist ofthe matter is 1' .

*"kd! and the time-the moment he could find a to the. support of no less tha 150 persons who that he has beeii tak en' utottM'I.I.orNew
free of commission. Freight from Sa- that the chemist finds most of the gluten,1 bone, i
*** l countryman to act as his second. On, .errand weie:.necessarily engaged in the carriage and: York'J (- '- I J I
and Charleston and all freightt. earth sulphates and chlorides. As the stom- -
way ,
by shIppers. he encountered me at the door, and.re achs of all the,higher order of animals contain' manufacture of the'small quantity of cotton' ,by; The Boston Star thus hits.off this precious bit 1. I .
absence of min which its value 'increased to two thousand'percent .
turned after an exactly seven was transcendentalism: :.
--Ptember 17 1847. cid in'some.for ( of the elements I
tf hydrochloric. ole .
]p. The St. Matthews is in Charleston re- utes. The Englishmen had however, become of common salt,) the separation of this in t' j : "And common sense,.lugubriates, when practical 3 t-f j I

Fkiag. A new boiler will be put in her andSpared accustomed to Yankee punctuality in little mat tolling makes'the bread of superfine flour likely 4' A .mechanic' who moved".to : ', actuality disappears in the misty verbosity i
an embryo city'outWetwith
ten of this kind and expressed no_ surprise:at when' sackcloth"covered .
s to make her as formerly the fa- to weaken-digestion, and induce costivehess. asKbrt. of:gammon- Saxon-
the view of graplingMn
'ttt.| beat She will commence her trips on [the suddenness of his reappearance. A little salt may;remedy,this.defect!but).what .Engliahb.sepukhered beneath the mouhtain-
,.uae before It; was arranged that the parties sho ld.sifLt. bone and time a large fortune t."hQ.ca.ught..i "ho; ponderosity.of moonshine -when unsophisticated J
-. the_1st of October. the opposite ends'of table .about twenty,feet I will give.to the, bloodthe, (.earthj and organized .time" a fever and' age.in its, stead, wrote to a' oust "ideas mount. .. up'intosublimafe4>noii-
sulphur phosphorus, mtrogta J
8l ItE'"ARD. long.'which was in the entre of the room 1 which are indispensable, repair the waste'in friend saying, among other things? "o .Bul1,' sense,and l Pso' wq into the lucifexous1. limbo"of .
L nsf, between and the ready? :Jirenetwothreethep 1 and all other scrapers catgut'that everexisted -: :i : "-
the head of Cedar Creek was to gi! signal-, are you, the.bones muscles tendons membranes, nerves diaphanousncvwhere.0 :
"W*Pond rti eS to fire between sincetbediys: of Nero, are-no. circumstance, .
on the New Road between and brain of the ?' Avery: little ot'lhe -'r--1 .
cbonnne and Alligator pocket,book con the count;; their pistols' to remain on the t.bleuntil removed: system without injury but"the' .to;this place in jtKe',smyTof/.sAatejr!:. They told; Richard Henry Wilde ,the .celebrated poet .

r11??158 in bank notes, and two notes of the call-''Arey oiiready T canel bran-may should,be-,Cle jow ith, the.i h.jte.8ta ch.. .,me eaf.n/ic&w J'd find afi.ne.: 6 opening'' "h '"re-.eo" t1' "''I haJ ,-lts.a Ilis 'and lawyer!, died,at New-- .Orleans l.. J .on"the.10th,-' .l

JJ5 $100 each drawn in favor of the Sub- I glanced at my principal I was about to .i .superfine flour ,. "'tt"l .t-tJ .t f." t 1 -I" < 't\ ri3h. ;' .. .1.Uow- .,,.fever.-- .* .._+-+ ...- _1 .. .
eraad dated in February last. I will give the ,signal and .was struck with thoexpression [ ,alI all *?? ofrdilk: arj-7 ...A"Vf S-. vil-I'! '- oJ. >- '
: .
cheese thugar .
& making nearly g ,JZtnu r.- By the-returns published at;! for the last
reWard His Were The Sligo ChampionTStates thatj
of his countenance. lips ;
ge of
S25 to who will restore !
any one are'awar.:of'the f Sct '
is lost n.thewhey. We
,of obtained'
StPetersburgh the produce .gold
: tome into hands of Mr. Si; compressed his brow was shut down ten;years. Lord Palmerston has not liIIXed a
JJge or the slightly
; .
this .stillwe want .
that the pigs or cows get ; ev from the w&hingsjbf tHe rivers,& during thequalt&$17,000
JJ: at Jacksonville, or Mr. G. S.:Herbert '(if.1 may use the term) over his. eyes; which ery housekeeper JjnQW; toat..twptquarts\j" 'lastyear'was ,cooand 0j, the'av-", penny othijrishrent4thewholeoitamoTth-' .
&r fixed likebose ofam n in a.fit.; 1' tflgtayearavmgecnappropmttfinpro '
: GEORGE D. MILLER. were baked Indian rice 'obread"'pudding -
milk made into '
: has been$1 .
** new erageofthelast six-years 5:000,000.Thrirnij'whi W the and lurc thtionbftlietenant&2.L
exclaimed. property __
n'i11e 'Are ready :
Augusts? 1847. St
you < are'worth1'a "
h continues to :increase every ( :-'' 7 ."'. ii'
.The pal'ties, took I IP th pistols. as food tor nan than the' milk would'be if made is enormousiaud/.is\equal to ,the,whole 1 .i ,., ... .'
NOT 1C 1C. '. 'two'There rear, : "tU' ... ,- .' ". :',It
-one :" t : :
811 .WEE KS after date the undersigned .TheErIglihman into cheese.or butter..> 410 -,* v *KK*.:> produce of outh'Amejica in its palmiest times. A Promised -terature1aI66kibg
111 was a single explosion.,; most families would consume' a,.little Jess ; the mines' are 'so
If It does'not appear"h"at '
? l apply to the Honorable the Judge of very : A ,
and fell in' Gotham.
? from njachair: heavily : Sunday paper'announcea t'newromanoe.tGbeentitle&
j for the County Duval for Letters of sprung ', on butt rad-f&it( and little more"8ugar7mpla s richf tttiiat. the'quantitylof labor'to be obtain up MassacredWagoner .

ration on the estate of,Andres Lopes the floor, his pistol ball from:going the off pitolof as .he.came my friend to the ses,,or honey, the wants of nature' would be bete I isiVery.great. t'foryeJ18ma1l* '.cost. ''., r""..,;rtL- ;or the'Buriit. : Bridge and"The Blo .Car*
ground. : v
overload '
careful neercto
..Lhhi8 ter provided for. Be 4'S : Wi/Ll 'tJI' > *. -f iIj. -"'* '-" -
ber 10th 1847. J. A. BARBEE.' I had.enter 8 antagonist's'eye and lodged'' t in stomach, nor weaken ;by.tlzepsengaoj t\...Q&fyrt''Another.GufSmliedsz-lthas-been&vzf :-: Vl' i""' -yi.h.JI11 given)out r"'., '..rJ..r- --.,' -. A. <. -",'j. "- 0.. :, --.., h.,

:: NOTICE. 6w'f, his'4 brain Gentlemen.Vj8aid, instantly depriving>tHe sttrViyer hjmfof ddressini'life; : an,indicstible. sfeJte?;.'J lmJi'"""" ", !;! lal :Bylt: bWi p r 1d'VtlwfleiryoikHerald ..,4k'W O*.-No wonde :our fti ers hiE.Scottis =.- I
i ziieawth :
SI I corn'unnpe..trui anQ ", mu th'at Senator'!Crittendea has a:letter inhis.possession
WEEKS. after date, the. undersignedto : t1 English pmcers with a'calmiaeis that appeared -"' green el'.:;;ltbi freNeLteiork; ( ; 1NV'w.1IC<.t' '.froml?.QenCToylorj inJ which:the ico stand' -.- .!gh:.:; iop.,..ae l
apply the Honorable the Judge of to 'unnatural and i'eypltis'Eentlezii&iyou : Gf': t tour., .Genera18 ,Wortha"Tij" -
me of2lazmessiU1dr
: j t.hretencthaoi ep 'over
be guilty of;thevice; he to thpextention '-
'iA.-or he C unty'of'DuvaVforLetters.of I and not'mysclf miist answer for that n&h's nor : : old|herp.declarjfdjihat >was f pp e lonllarh f nd'Ja 'aid f I
: eoTh&uijach J cki j\ .of into alreadyfWeabibttd '. '.
elayery territory .1
I fi..f't amy
on on the estate Sebastian Espi ii"ho"set; : v ;Sxwfeet prupwardsvaridlike .
d death., !It was hmcn-Y0U> .* d jwhethei Bewaro otj .gu at thitl'rob1tbflity6tbyMr LftJly; am:iU '
te&. 'BARBEE.r FmkihfZlD proportioned..". Co /
j. x. -
g--.r followed m.ttovtil'v9&-riti3Mt; ti
r honpa.th4lloptb1; 'honipsOiuan; anV'SUch'storyi'Tho Ciiicinhati y Atlas'of;.:
gWdxt 10th,.1847.. ,r jfrhichT was'at last compelled to'nOtice.AreyU;; 'or what?fcbt'fUmt't tD1u t>t m rihb in t that"it.i eatedt loAd DoniphaatfandslsuDf 1.j..imd'&far.:
.8th .
'iktiKOTICK.. -"- --.t-< f .,1-, satisfied;gentlemen.or would you like tc[avenge all thingsanddaily! :ablution of the whol hody Crittenden.tQ.sal"tha ?hQ'ne'Jcr beforehad as :altitudeis"concernedthepoetyGapt'Pik* ,
'J John :these Irak words"lie surveyed the group of.JEng- .: ." / -/Jf t: 1. 1.l : v".r I.: "rfidIY5fltC&v'
y ALStiflFord.late of Newr:0rr: ; ittq. tt? 'I1Ji. : : >-___ '- ', ; 43 It3J1r.t, ,and the Mobile paperfand that whcsoeTer r'. ,1'11 r. J.1 .. ... "
deceasel <
with'an "
J lishmen expressionYof ccountenancejso J -
contain is
will them .tP..t statement they nireiyerroneou3 .
B \D or repeated'it-
tJqP r 1.por
?hcr1bers, within! the time prescribed by law; I contcmptubusj-that: it as'rlis b dedbe4eSig1 .Difttl ntohisplw1terMW1U1.: 9' '! 5" iQe m"llO zd ln .olii fihisd <

iU bebred; .and those. indebted to 1 editto bean insult to achjmt9er7.OteOt'the : traItailLa gentle and.'JreadiBgloud Pauitmy $neTe(d.a, deq ,JJianlJett, rtQ 1f"'ritten.' b i! l e$1.4s rtpr' ted
) wyjlwnd .
immediar : ,{
Mest4tk.YjIl make raymenf to It-3 persons; addressed.one'of.jvhom ; : he'cannot ;dtEt 'htr soo t'fth: iii 1ii'O* j 'onvev& nusert.n bmrc&no du4ngthjodrnej .

-, -. SUSSAFFORD-.A.dm'x 1 '.. I Ulytook'itUp; and'chtlU rig dthei; Ult .!* Servant aJS r):ai. prner, where aigqnto-turittiiy ar.tf':JUCnUndRtca&r : .nialea. .a. ropltosnpp1y'the lJOd .

.-' : : vii in vain that prptested} 1d/ led' .bo-JeeDti ttm luch. ; 1D # 1 ; '-' .J hi :". .". .:.'"
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1 : .i THE MAILS.-The mail from,Tallahassee'failed Busting'to our own'might to''Toieforth can* so;; but I hope:.that there are' none who would i THE,LAW:.OP.D.TO M
i IL i m"H".E-J NEAqKSPNV4LI : S .do BO'at the haiard"of:'cnr union; liberty, andindependences AlW1 REDn-
Constitution ,
'_ didatWiliU; b fttf1b the \ ; 't > .
thait111 : '
; "J': ; on Tuesday last ro1bly ... ... ... 1NkFLORlD : ,
The(oniVtrue test 'however to ;
v a Jf> "*;-* n> 4'r *; ) ,_ f_ ".. "... 40f .
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: $ .' 'O... OCTOBER18,-1847.ELKCnONKETURNSFOEDUVALCOUNTY...., .. in a wretched state,,.;but may now W"expected. .and the/outlL> :| &\ -. : *.: ;which we'can submit'this question,or any other M....m" '010&4':1" 01'- f".OD.WI.-,.t.<, .. ,' ,.', ,. "ap. "., ,' "

,:. to impl'Ove'rapldl,.. :t.if' r/ %; / W There are.U1reeprominentNorthernstatesmerr, .. .that m y1 JariSeis the.Constitution.. But it is : ould .,:, ebopettothdl! ,... ,
4 *j [ *ICor. nQWbefbTe"4the peliple: ":Either of whom?has' unfortunatelythtj!l.casewitifma&y of those who seTnEnUCn tth :

.. UTLEL-We hare for several months ..of.them'are' seem most interested in the question of abolish :,h'' If
claims for the.high st''offiee;and both entertained upon matter* of ir3
j been that efforts :were' making to ing slavery, that they ire;;not much governed ,State ;
aware .
past '
: '
4 ,committed --oPPose th ,proviso'in any 1 by such a principle as this!'. There is something !.1,have inserted the ftllowiag? trdcle .. .
General of this State 'JD.oe' .
the -
dispossess Surveyor form. Mr. BUcuANAN'first threw himself, into I:above our'Constitution, above our laws, above :feeling that,it5 :would., provoke. ,
from his office. We are not qualified, and we I at'the I world itself that is ,invoked. These ': acn D.'ia$ 1
our per- because
,__ c. the breach when the was raging i we,coincide with
---- theopi,1
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tfti jt believe very few'men are, to decide uponthecharges .. ions should remember that tJiere'is a means by
North at its and in by our
: height proposing a compromise ,correspondent
which have been brought against-: him which accomplish their ends,if they be right, Property ,ii sit
t t We gift.below the complete returns of the on the, basis, of that.., ; Missouri. ,, cii't1ightitude much; more: safe and sure.thanthat. of destroying : ever subject to execution, and.we, Ej .
think considerationand l. 'j'" ) 1
election recently'held in this county. It will but.:we some ; respect of the South for -toriawaye the onlysafeguard which theyhave for the remedy
; : ; :hating ,. -.. pro. by.. "H.,.m riD
be that since the election last' two should be shown to thefeelings'of gallant sol union their,own liberty. If they be'indeed sincere in the eficiencet' 'of the -- -' "" ,
r : seen year, ,bar between.a, of the-'Northern-and" Ja1f'-[&.. "
r Thomas- dier who has fought.by the side of the lamented ; '" j '" their'designs, let them toil on until they shall ni.J
t u new precincts, those of Clay Hill and Southern Democracy. Still more,recently Vice ,the ( .
JACKSON and who' \din the 1>able to effect'such a change,in. ,Constitu c'U1flicrnn.1 '
was always
. f ti1 :' t : : villa, have been formed out of'that of Black estimation: by him. .A veieran. who maintained highest -' President.DALLAS'has not'only repudiated'Wil- itselflas'they. desire; but whilst .th tc,instrument .' .t have frequently 'propo -tosomethingabout m t -

j N! Creek. mot',.provisoism, :.but stoutly 'refuses even' to ,:positively prohibits anyinterference the
the honor of his country on the gloriousfield with the institutions of another I inefficiency orhe "
.- .By one State "at
I compromise on the ground that.we can never < thi State for the '
I"i c) Jod-, !:: .s of New Orleansshould, not harassed. for, could,hope that State pride alone, if there,were collection 'otdebt& llu.,
1 _= 'Q CI) Go) 9." 3 trifling. causes. ,"\ compromise our constitutional rights. So that ,n> more" liberal, d".general principle! ,'_would, had' some 'experience in"their, operat, -

, "J i $ ; ; & ";f 3:* t.J: ; ::: t CS' : .Providence 'has, raised us up, 'defenders,in themidst 4rbid the people Pennsylvania ,to ;interfere have thus become acquainted with their QD ?
; ,
J ,
I L : Oa .S 0 a THE SENTINELS with a considerable show. of of .our ,enemies, and as,,the cont sis,, "vtjth the,peculiar :affairs of her.sister" States, I am convinced! that the relation" <
1 cs 0 : 'as she would resent. ,even the bmrq-t1.:
'. I 81 readily ap.
; .-4 '. .c= excitement 'denies that:Mr. CABELL hIS been intriguing themselves we can do no better ,than creditor and the
6 among of the
j Llj O 00 E-4 ptarance of meddling, by another state with affairs : property debtor,;i h IQ f..

4- : A SENATE. among the Whig leaders of Middle and, abide tie result Still another great statesman, especially her. own. ., timate and complete that the Legislator*la,-

,t 1p.a 4 ;; :Burritt, 107 42 22 3 19 4 23 ,220 West Florida for the,office of U. S. Senator,,and :the'Hon..LKVI: WOODBU&Y, whose regard for the ,'But we hear,,in some, quarters much,talk of right to step between.,,them. ..Pr .. "
( I 1 r Broward 24 42 8 38 2 205 what is called I of that ,old Petix)( .f c;
,! 62 ASSEMBLYMEN.29 eloquently assures' us that patriotic: :Representative 'compromises of .the: ,constitution: has ever school of Democrats compromise.who will never am compromisethe basis of credit; and in these private ;

: 1 :Lancaster, 109 38 21 3 19 3 22 215 is only inspired with.the biggest sentiments amounted to sacredness, and whose advocacy of Constitution of my 'country Thisis., one is always understood that the; property ":. ,

I .,1 ::1, 'p.* Collins, 104 42 21 4 19 3 23, 216 of a very big patriot. "Give us your: Southern interests has'ever won him her gratitude of the words not' to be found in that instrument.' debtor, of any ,description Ttr.JO.A.

I t: Byrne 58 31 30 40 8 40 2 209 reasons, Mr. News!" indignantly bawls the may; possibly be a candidate before the It was itself a result of compromise; but once amount of the debt,'.is liable for the" T
presco'tt 60402340 843 2 216 become of of life of spirit ,; ,, para
having a thing shape, *; < $ .j. .
t the Sentinel Our manifold Convention.But .
CLERK. reasons are beingno then ,all compromise ,was at an end. It,was a Without going deeply into tJie' '.

; $ ,t >Hart, 111 49 24 5 20 5 23 237 fewer than the. Senators of nearly every no Southern State can honorably appear settled principle,positive rule-a thing:which would,be easy to show, that the law n p

4I {t. Doggett, 52 22 23 39 8 39 2 185 county in the'Middle and West.. Some of,them in that convention. The Democratic candidate .might be broken;,but having'no materials in it homesteads from execution under tie

; : SHERIFF. r8.therobJec to arrangement because they''I must; come'from 'the North, and it is to be decided which were capable of being bent._ In it are to
Saunders, 91 45: 23 2 17 4 21 203 be found all the provisions for our government; fining the rights women, ,wereJa";,t at,,
wanted the office themselves and 'the North whether that candidate
$2 Ledwith 74 26 25 40 8 39 3 215 thought, they by .and if you wish for other provisions, you can- the moment of their passage, impaired tij ML

i.a r ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. .were as well entitled to it as Mr. CABELL, and shall receive'the support of the south. Of' .this not put them there -all the legislation of Congress I gation of contracts, and therefore

r4;, : : Canova,' 74 28 25 39 10 38 2 216 thus the affair became blown. at least they may be assured, that,unless he is cannot put them there- .unless in accordance stitutionaL But were .Ba

1 t4: i *Philips, 81 42 23 3 17 4 22 192 The Sentinel mistakes us if it .supposes we committed against the Proviso, not a southern with its provisions. At the time of the they are good laws,and ataDd

t : -V admission of Missouri into the Union, I found as monuments of the humanity',and
t ti1
1 have any objectio fto Mr. CABELL'S efforts. We state will give him an electoral vote. '
.1 Whigs. I the same sentiment very generally prevailingin of the opponents of the Union Bank. '

I \. rather divine that the,Sentinel has more objection some sections*., I had the same opinions then 'Theipairt
c' d the
... : YELLOW FEVER. the ,last, accounts the obligation of contracts, becanae't tlW
THE ELECTION AND THE RESULT. than ourself. Perhaps our contemporary By on this subject that 1 have now: ,and in the took
from the
effect of this dreadful scourge, was ,sensibly midst of the agitation then manifest, there were away Union Bonk the power)j
.I and favors Mr.
the election is HAG his
At length over, we are enabled NEB, on Assembly ticket, collect
: who could not see where the agitation her debts to the extent of the
subsiding in the,cities of,New Orleans and Mo many exemption
1 .? to compare notes and examine into the with a squinting regard towards the election of would end. Then and talkedof and
men got together privilege granted to debtors by tliose
bile.- East and South Florida heal tori
results. It was the more important because Judge RANDALL to the office of U. S. Senator.If .- were never compromises, and made compromises; and and
L thier. is not the fact of the healthinessof as,a consequence, prevented the Bank from
F Duval has always been considered the most unmitigated so, we say, the more the merrier. Mr. BUR: Why one-half insisted on what they had no right to much
,' i 7&- our,Peninsula made known? It is supposedat askand, the other half submitted to that which redeeming so of her paper,tile lait!lnh
Whig county in East and Souti Florida RITT, who is now our county Senator, and :Maj. ,
the North that climate is they should never have submitted to. Any whereby our has got the unenviable
t tRi our as deadly as mo.
and considerable anxiety has been felt by PUTNAM, have both their' warm friends, who such system as this is calculated gradually to briquet ofrepudiator.Property .
that of the Delta of Louisiana when the .
the Democrats here, whether the astounding will.make it tight race between the variety of ,. truthis undermine the Constitution.. Far better wouldbe

candidates. that we were never but once. visited with.the an instantaneous, change in its provisions by is divided into two; genen1.diti-
efforts of the Whigs were to sweep us out of Whig A race after moonshine, in ,

.I' ". *% .. 'U existence and a name. The full returns are before which a Democrat will pocket the stakes. yellow fever, and then only in its mildest form.,. Consistent convention, than any compromise whatever" in- sions, real: and personal-the first ishI4 for

Chills and fever about the with that instrument itself. debt only after judgement and the
are only general last not to-
us and exhibit the cheering fact hat although -
I t 9 P9 r SUGAR PLANTING.-We have recently seen be found in East Florida but actually taken into '
to possession
; : we* have been laboring under disadvantages malady even CHURCH PROPERTY IN ST. AUGUSTINE.We .tj an officer

and the Whigs have exerted themselves several specimens of the sugar cane growing in this complaint is not the bone-racker which pre- have received another communication of the law. So that a debtor may sett kia pa.

11 the vicinity of this place, and as we understand vails in the North States and sonal property at time before tie
as they never did before, the Democrats of Du can onlybe from the Vicar General of Florida, in regard to any feij I
4 : that it is universally of good quality, we can found in a few situations., made, and his real property any time It&n
val have been true to their faith. the title of the Catholics of St Augustine to certain -
,,t give the best account of that crop for the,coming judgement, to a bona fide purchaser bra
in that from which thinkit rii.
: I We have lost our Senator Col.JNO.BROWARD property city, we
I' : j season. As the rains and the fly have almost THE WILMOT PROVISO IN NEW YORK.The able consideration without
t is true. But it is none the less tlue that it only necessary to extract a portion which,relates a pres.u(
i 3Li totally destroyed the cotton crops of this county ,New York Globe," one of the most spirited fraud. The modification I shall
the claim. The Rev. tiflto
was owing: to the misrepresentations which had immediately gentleman propose
) our planters would have been reduced to Democratic in the Union and whichis
papers ,
: beneficial the
I beeaymade of his views the question of also has taken the trouble to make a' equally to poor as to eTICh.tO
upon extremity had it not been for the reserve of sugar the powerful Representative of the mass of the the '
paying jurors. Other reasons have been as- statement with regard to the source from whence planter as to merchant bin that
fl cane which nearly all of them had been the Democracy in the State wherein it is pub- loans dollar '
signed for the defeat of our good old Democratic arises the support of the school, but we hardly one as to him that loa&satlunua&ddollars
!i 4 prudent enough to plant in the spring. The lished, uses the following age.in reply to and will be
liable to abuse
standard bearer but to us the greatest of all need assure him that there are very few people no more
: effect will be to turn the of the Atlas certainmen
attentionofour'pIan'ters eulogium Albany upon
appears to be that we had not Democratic voters an residing in or out of St. Augustine, who are acquainted than the present law. It is based upon tie lie-
; .t altogether to the cultivation of cane and all who had voted in the Legislature in
h approval -. lief that the between
enough. It is well known that the Whigs with the means provided'there for education bargain two indhihuiby
1J ) with whom have have formed of the Wilmbt -
we spoken the proviso.
have a majority in the county, and if it had not ,'who do not acknowledge and respect which? in the matter of money, the one becomes
I4 P resolution.A Now if.the Democrats of the State Legislature ; :
; ; t4 been for the jury business CoL BROW AIm'S the efforts which have been made by the pastorsof the,debtor of the other, is a prmte bargain .
leave their ,
of-Congress" are going to -
: :*t popularity would have elected him. small rolling mill, made entirely of iron, regular party platform and play the Abolitionist'1 the Catholic church. Their claim to the pro .which it is the duty of the debtor, fulfil
has been introduced
_ We have elected one Representative and the recently place, then are they amenable to our charges of "mon pert appears good, and will be asserted with Now if the Legislature interferes in the matter

Whigs one. We believe that we should also which is intended for those who plant only grel Democrats." And: will not every genuine suitable proofs during the next Congress. ,The at all, it should be in such a waj as. ial|:.ena
of and under. It is Democrat in the land that the charge would : '
fifty acres cane remarkably say
4 Vt I have succeeded in electing Gen. BYRNE, had ,it l>e just? ;But these attempts of the Atlas to powerful aid they have rendered to educationin ble the creditor to get his pay if iDt ,ad
and the
to differenteizescanbe
t not been for the Native American argument cheap, according enlist, the, sympathies, of the Democrats of the St. ,Augustine; needs,no proof, for it cannotbe not in a way that enables the debtor to aroiJ

: worked by one or three mules. To small State and of 'in behalf of barrier be
which was used against him. We sincerely regret Legislature Congress denied. payment by putting an impassable .

: ;. : that it should ever have been made available planters this is an invaluable gift, for they can its expiring hopes, arc most, ludicrous and excruciating. "About this time, (afterthe foundation of St. tween the creditor and the property of th.debI
Some of these members doubtless
h in the but well now plant from five to fifty acres of cane, ac Augustine, in 1570)) the King gave a tract of I tor. I annex a project of the proposed modification
14 county, we are enough acquainted voted from honest motives and some from spite
't cordingto their means as cheaply as if they land to the Fathers (Franciscan friars) on the
_ 4 .f 4' with Gen. BYRNE to know, that he -and all of them under a state of heated excitement El de la Leche such as I think will set the matter right;
JJreek of the Milk ( cano There
would prefer being beaten with Native Americanism possessed a large capital. This will form a ; and the sober second thought, has the father BIas Rodriguez ,de Montes;, erected, leaving the stay laws as they now stand for'&

9F new era in Agriculture in Florida and we, convinced most of them that they were ,
may benefit of the debtor.
against him, than successful with it used the great cross of the" Mission {:he Indians

in his favor. expect the export of sugar from the State_ to And we,verily believe morrowin that if that'same State question who surrounded the sign of our Redemption, '"An act for better defining the rights of creditors
wa.\to, come up our :Legislature -
increase fold were soon so numerous that they formed u
s .. The County candidates were elected:principally ten every succeeding year. three to one,of the Democratic members erful camp,.to which they gave the name of pow To- and the extent of power. of the Garnishee

1 t i on their personal popularity, and not THE EVERGLADES.-During the next sessionof would vote could against induce it., the We do; not believe of themto that : poqui. The children of the officers and) soldiers Process.""
anything great body
.t ., proof can be drawn on either.side of the share Congress we may expect to be furnished with "leave their regular party platform and play of his Majesty, made collections among them- Sic. 1.Be it enacted by the Senate and Smt
_ selves built the church of the I
and our.Lady
which political principles had in their A the Abolitionist"-not to the Abolition Representatives of the State of Florida ti G-
,td t; : success. definite informati concerning that unknownyet even gratify : Milk (From an authentic document in,the Real
I Irom-and after the
.Lo instincts and affinities of the Atlas eTa Assembly convened That
F We have Albany
> 1l elected a Sheriff, a Tax Assessor, a immense tra.ct'of land which is included, and ost.- Hacienda.) passage of this act the property debtors bpti

#A : : -. County Surveyor, and one County Commissioner under the name of the Everglades, in the Peninsula Evening In 1863 the.British_took possession of St Augustine real and personal ,shall be held for the pajniat!
$1 Now this we, call talk "of the right sort "- and the Count de Recha Governor. of ,
Mr.D. L. PALMER while d"ebts the commencement
of date
- the Whigs have the of Florida. A Government Commission their from the of
-1 ? : and as ,it comes too from Democratic journal the Island of Cuba, appointed Don, Juan Jos
rest. suit for in nnycourtin.thisStlProrid
I has been engaged during.the'. last summer; in I Eligio de la Puente, to, secure' _the property belonging in sa&
which the the
i : especially represents masses of dz] that anydebtordefendant any
On the whple we are gratified with the its under the of Mr. to the Catholic
_ kI; result survey, superintendence ,congregation. :
for debt In court in this Stlteupon depositing
people it is worthy of note. We have always any
:.M 4 for it shows. decided gain in_ the Democratic BUCKINGHAM SMITH of St. Augustine: assisted in 17Q4, he sold: in confidence the in the court in which the suit is pending,
contended that it was only the leaders of party Church of our Lady of- the Milk :to John Gor-
-- : ranks. Although nearly 80 votes were by an United States Engineer, who are instructed a sum of money sufficient to cover the

4. :i polled that were never before on the Assembly to examine into and the factions. who had taken up this foundling, don, to hold it in trust till the Cutholics could of the debt claimed,with damages and costs to
_ report upon, practicability enjoy it. An authenticated of this transaction

copy thereof
which as it had not a known father they termed I be estimated by the said court or the clerk
41 ticket have '
l- ,, we gained from twelve to twenty of draining this immense extent of shall be forwarded to Congress! duringthe security
V ; or by giving bond with sufficient
I: on the last election. Let us do as much next swampy land.' It has been said that the whole, the Wilmot proviso, in the hope that some next session. .be approved by the said court or clerk Jh 060 c

and we shall be is surrounded day or other the saucy:boy would grow to be a When the Catholic .colony came from New and eo tJ,
- year, everywhere successfuL- by ;a limestone ridge, as by,the for the amount of the debt, damages

_ There is one satisfaction, and that is, that no' sides of a basin,and that it is all o'fit above the bullying ,man, and would' frighten all true cultivate Smyrna in 1776 this tract or 8,ofland.two families The were family allowed Viilalongabuilt .I to,he estimated as aforesaid, to wait! the jiwg*

statesmen into fits and the Union into dissolution. ment of said court in the said suit,''may W, *
lukewarm a -
.. _
- Democrat
has been instrumental in surface the ocean. If it is ascertained thai it ,a small house on the North side I leaveStnder the said
the -hand of eounOfOl
_ ; fik.: ... our partial defeat be drained We cannot: divine what possible.con of the creek :and from circumstances we believeit '
ii ,k can a,1 large tract of the,richest tropical the clerk thereof sell otherwise diS] !w
: ;:'fIj.: nection the Northern Democrats can form with was on the .very spot where formerly' stood i '
_ :' < hinds in the world will be to culti- his rtyad libitum. 1
opened rEP ; : ; !
_ A ST. JOHN'S CbuNTY.-rWe the'Abolitionists. If the Democrats the highcrossoftlie M !Sion. Anastasitf M I <'
have have
only received vation. The Report of the Commiision' pill supposed -. brumati established himself on the'South.- :: 'tl;gec..2., ;Be, ;it further .enacted,, .ifpr

c ,; the election returns of the precinct of St. Au- be made before the next"session of Congress. they can make,tools of Abolitionists; 'During.the, occupation ofthe Britishthe:church: debtor defendant in:! any,suit for debtifl$3 i

:.:L gustine. WM. A. FORWARD obtained 97,votes I they 'should reflect that. sooner or later the was used only'once. It was in the y nsi'o'f' court: of this State .shall sell orother'm4' *-

,' and CHAS. LORING, 35. GIGANTIC PU JIN.-A : tools mav. cret them into a, scrane., and ,thAt 2,'when'a Spanish Captain, being .casV 'I by' a pose of his PrOPerty'eitherreaJ': or personaiLer ,af
friend of who is -- ---- --- ---- --- --- e
ours g-- -1
w suit ia w
.commenced except as prescribed
-,4., dreadful storm on the coasts.of Florida, inad avow ,
GEORGIA planting in the vicinity, attempted describe wheretheyhaveoncebeeii the servants they ,of,,visiting the, church of our Lady' of the first,section of this act;hV or she shall bedeett"ed "

.. of ELECTION.-Th returns of the city to us,the_ other day,.the size and.,outward, ap- may become: ,the JWlS ers.: The.interests.,of Democracy 'Milk, if through:her intercession. 'hi *",life':and guilty of:fraud,_and shall,be liable. to,indictment -

___ -- __, Savannah, only, have been received, fromwhich pearance of a vast pumpkin which..grew:,uponhis ,are too precious; ,to,be perilled by,such that ofhiS sailors were spared. The'Rer.JPeter' for fraud as in other cases. _

1- it appears that Mr.TOWNS and the Democrats place, but as our faculties of sensation and an alliance! Let,us rigidly adhere to,our principles 'Camps, pastor'of'the .Catholic colony1;brought: Sec:3.: -Be farther:enacted, JThat from aai

_ were badly beaten there. Gen. CLINCH and the ) Republic' will ,there'an: image! of the:blessed1:Virgin1 Maryland after the passage of this act, all officers of tl'
received 776 reflection wer too limited to conceive of the "' great' 'ii. always' all'the.BnitiskuthoniPeawentthetP see the State of Florida,except Tax Collectors, all oS-
Totes, and G. }V TOWNS, 82-, mammoth.. vegetable. we can only. say, that its' ,prosper4"1 :MMR.DALIASAN < v ceremony. In, 1786,it was 'given: ,faackjfto. : -'the. cers of the courts: of la.w"equity" and"'the au-

being a majority of 194 for the Whig candidate dimensions must have equalled those of a large Catholics as a private properly belonging to the preme court except Marshals land Sheriffs,au

:% for Governor. cask. If the beautiful ladies D THE:'WILMOT PRQVISQ. j 'congregation., During disturbance caused Justices ofthe, Pea eand,, all: county *>&$?*>

Spanish of St:Augustine ,The storm which: was excited against the I 'by an Englishman': 'named 'Bowles. ;theyused except Constables, shall be liable to answer'!?
; HlLLSBOROTTGH CotJ"NTY.-Mr. WM. HANDCOCK were in the habit'of giving such,"a'cala- South.by the Wilmot Proviso is 'ai"length-\bt\ the church fot a guardhouse, and in ,1796 the this Garnishee Process. as'other citizens- in'*-residents"

4 3I basa as this to every disconsolate, lover they ''', < ft. i Catholics took.it: down to finish with its stone, of this St te: ?!
was candidate '
; Ii 4 again a for Representative of this sent about his business,, it'would be worth'the ginning,to,abate. and the Democrats,at the Northare 'i the.church otStAngusiine, blessed Dec. 18th. Sec. 4. Be:further enacted.LThaf'aH K?

!1 county. and has no doubt been. ,-- reelected., while for single to into" growing daily mona ashamed of their,.infa-, : 1797. "Many.persons still living have seen,ana and parts of acts,'conflicting with the provision*
gentlemen the business '
go entered this church and the statue which of and the'same"are hereby repew"
1. mous connection with the Abolitionists."-iItwasonly ; I even, lfisp.c '
- ': BENTON COunT>-We learn that Mr. CHAS. of love! making, as a:pumpkin, speculation.THE ?, ,the determination represented Mother'of: ,God watching from AJI
manifested here'tO
t! RUSSELL declined to stand again as Representative .. ... ; --' \" ,,protect :., ,,1 I this sanctuary over :the-'camp'of these new'be- this.subject;
1 for Benton. We SOUTH" AND THE DEMOCRATIC ourrights'at all hazards. which'has,brought I .lievers in her sons'divinity still toTbe s nat may be wrongin"; my view of
not .
i r was'the candidate in yet heard who CONVENTION. ,about this result. By continuing; to,pursue a Havana, Island'of Cub;'in the,convent of Santa' : but I think it one, that requires investigation

: .; his stead, but a Democrat similar in time -Teresa., ,- and have'freely given conclusions,wbicbj'
t ;, course,.we.shall have' little to ? : my
will certainly be elected. Several Democratic'State' have., ""'Now to:refute,my h orablep ne i abouthisliaving .
1 what .
< : from for uffw rtb
fear the Democratic portion'of the"6 dvlsoadhei'ents h' they .
i /
already elected/delegates. b id'for 'I'opoq'ui camp
Coiic'entiontobe ,
: ll ( a ; i' s >f i I TV ": .HOMOSASSA,

i SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES......We should held next spring, for:the purpose of nominating ,.,1"1 '..'_...-t..,. r,":,t. t., ". "';J.We -Il"'1, it sufficient; ,to'say,that' it is"not 1500 yards .

_ be much indebted to our friends the various a candidate of the Democratic' are much pleased' with 'the.:remarks re* distance',from, the fort,* and, :according'? to .the estotFrt'Sm

: counties in East Florida if party: (ortheedencyHavhe centlymjideby; theHon.GEo.:', M.P.ttisat'a; Spanish:law, no 'spot in;;that space'could, be From ihe'Sem nol ,country,'150iail 5
they would '
_ trans .Southern States; jdecided sold ofeven'rentedr TIeyonly ic'ense '- learn:that the SeminoUsjo'?
: ;
U' of
mit : ; .Democrats'of Pittsb1hr
to ; .j / the r
___ us, at the earliest practicable:'moment, upon;the,course they.:shali,wpt'n the matter?" meeting" "W 4-r'-s ; 'jl'v,* r'.i.-": on'"theVoii. -* ::;: a'written permission toiI E'frh.i :permission making an abundance <
I1 the names of those"'gentlemen wko'have been ,To,us, that course appears"plain 'andr 18th.ult, vMrj BAILS' course in.,reuoAjiTariff Mr.U..W; ,'Davis boughtXnmy''obser ,Those Indians know, every;m,?vraent of oar? ?Tmy
open. .
i t elected Senators Representatives.i .Owing to .We have only t "recoll tthitmpflhI8e.OUCOn8tLtUtiOflaLright5bycOfl.: l .,we:mus never ;; has,!; !'him the,respect,'of,the,S6ut .- 'thg'tht .it:thai gi'thTo'1rightthisI' \ ; nd' hetuiswered in'Mexico,'and.receiy fttll ftno resultst corrws: ,.,ww. II
he had tothe United'States.and the
I their'negligence, we,werenpt: made i "V i-- rsrj !i '"** 'lfX Shall he not'increase our'gratitude'by.destroy- !, pp11ed 'count*:of the.battlev,giving ]

acquainted. ; r.t ;that VongressbadYgwenit to'hiiru: much accuracy. as our most au t
'; :tii ;;
1 with i 4 towrV
-. many of 1 them:"last, yeary until after the mi ting)ourselves to:a,candidate'' 'whd may! ;bV:'f a ing'" A % z.-$ *s. "? < aUortipriwhich iwe Thud if'my- :former statement is noVcorrect on These accounts. they receive long- ,,
Legislature had'commenced its< '} think.wiUDe i i1'o : this the"gentleman.'cannot i: complain';, "l reaches 'o mails. Wild c.rel
..sei. ioi n.: Mend to the'Wilmot t provisor': :Cdnsenlyno4thr t ourreader point; ., news' themjby '
-" '_ H /iv iff', >? *" 'W'itaui" -*p Vttytt"There : ;; have, 'only.iv''AC.published,_: *what'he>. ', .,aid.t, ","... -' ,.).I!, Gen. TaylOr'is a brave' mah but>> he whi' ;
communion with V e
; ; 1 it
----I. HCMO ,ON r.& r7::; ,!!ng ih6ivho; <"J-U- ( :Raganstuec&form vpr' .. is'but one' political':coursV which' 'a v..r'Convicts tent'to'fit**'C wn/rjr. :-From a police in Floriaa? :He does s-theymtist1C hotrse'ehow' 'COT!'.(
e whi
: distance of the writer>: fhis pamphlet'fron its/, .J ced-jp unhwy" .... .'. man'can'take,;in safety.to,his conscience.:. That report in theNeY rk Tribune,,we'learn that itMMexican .. .,

i I pofi ublication several, : ,! no-part or'parcel:of,. ''course'is a:'strict adherence'to Constitution; 'a German-named .Christian Beckstein,.was;arrested .; orycrfigMer." *" ', = _, ,,: > : :.'1. -l
,, ..,typographicaLerrors the tdeUberativVUssemblyVth6se'smen': : that.is the charter : -.. ..i,*
I # : who byiwhicK'to determine/our not'long7since) Utica'for theft who "t./ _
'' (, i .3 :
_______ Into' :
r z cre|'i the text' > which-: it Is'.r now toolate. 'a af on kW-Sfo 1 ** *' powers;tHatis' the"compass: by!*"hich'alone1Ye ,confessed? that-he:had'be.u.thre times imprisoned E 'ON riO M

.. to'FectltT' Jyare3 1iover', otrnzch anatw : t: ake : e: \: can safely $teer onr,pbjitieaj ba1Ifyoit caiiaccomplishthe ,:'in:Germany for a'similar.crime.'ahd; .had .is BiigadierOe3er1
our themfightout
must let
_ astobe.!;;>:adily bj i e'r ier./,"J';" ) rantlw '--" ,abolition1! of slavery in h'IOQ.th been disthcrged'on condition that'hticMld'. -totfrcounll1 tem m the place of the late; .q HopP" 1

,,, W n,' ,em. .SttLt $ thi ozhitIetut.ywby'dor :. .. ..1". ',' j&: ;.: d!. .- d:. "C.. { .>:'m. ,.I 'I, recently'died at Mier,,' > '! ,' ';'-: :

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CITY OF MEXICO. Pr ar&tions.roiw: .r form'the chief items: I ,, VERMONT MontpeUer, ELECTION V trPatriot?) :::Jt :. ,S"O'"U T H.E'RN'Eir'Sr! ,- .- ., SberftTPs:Sale. "
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news from Rome.; An artfllei .captaijSj bam j- ( The Result of the r recent election in this r State ::';:THE 'C17'IZENSOF: 'SOUTHJCAR& .B- *u iov' *; i jxxwxicnriciss, USURIOUS t 1 "i
AND 1COMMENCEMENT \ has been sent.to France to J.L1NA. /f q'
f' iTEB 'Lopez pttrchase isaararce. .of pride to1 every-true'friend of hisuunty ., : QEORGUL '.4L Jnu. MIS- the EstcuftThridir1b:1the; :
OF JHOSTILITIES. thousand muskets;.and ten thousand hands are is foirofeneoui demo. SISSXPPL TEmfcsSEEpFLOZIDA CflntyofDu,4IwrnexjIeI ')' : -

"G l" *. die Clty .t Dulce.I already'out to"receive: theniji.that"; numbers of, :cracy-jandgives; %trcmg IsSUrSIICe emei1t/to that the if they f,LOUISIANA" &&# > 3:. -.rj ii -.: rA 'frOntoftheO ur House in theeitr Jackson: .. j1 k'

young volunteers having offered themselves LLOW ME to callyour,attention to of. ville, in the said County otf&e fcnt-
received a letter from continue to work with and ; one Monday of .
mail harmony
; we ,
day's resist an invasion. Me&uwhilethe perseTert L the Novtote&Al/p.nS47> .
I Uto correspondent at Pensacola, furI Komangoy. ance, tor the principles of their political greatest and most useful-medicines ( tetwfeen the legal noun p
atUJltire ernment steadily continues to the J civic ever discovered. It
7gr highly important arm* .1e.i.th their iffmrtsjirffl*soonb- i crowned with is not my intention to taxyou
I with the foUowiS <
us guard for which citizens from all '' with and ', ,
I purpose parts success. a long (tiresomeadvertisement; \ sitnatedIy1ngand'ejn in th*
of the states offer it ann& r. / !but I lay before Town Jacksonville in v
the. Duval
you testimony,of the most County known .
the and Journal) .Purexcellent and candidate for Governor ,
of Register ti
pozdenC YAD ) I According to a letter in the Semaphore'de : has made'-a. popular :last respectable families' in the,'United ,-most, and described on the Map or plot of said Town/ ,.
U. 6. NAVY nett gain tipon year's '
Marseilles:-The enthusiasm is at < of my certificates'are from the of Savannah as water-Lot, number nine and
Pensacola 24. a great Tote of over Two Th usand., .city ((9)) bounded on tL;
height in Borne and within the where I reside,'and the North,: by Bay street f;
few from On the
arrived here at an early days The parties in the.Senate will stand 11 democrats many your.own States South;:by'the 4
nerchant brig where, River St. John's,
Cardinal Ferretti on the the'Medicine on the East
Vera Cruz seeing national guard and 19 federalists., Federal 8. is used with great and asflis.bingsiiccessit by water & num-
from majority -
this morning> days manoeuvre near the country house of the prince Last tO. ; hared itselftp be,superior. ber,eight, ((8|and on the WesLby water lot num:

5 despatches for the War and Navy Depart.1JI1t5 dePiombino, cried that "he would willingly,J In y the rit' House was 16. I to]any other:Medicine.for the cure of. her ten'((l 0;).and also..the wharf thereon/for-' 'k!

of the utmost importance. The news over march at the head of the brave'young men,and-! the. 'will, according to'our calculation, Fever".and;; gu :Wh it wil?'dp in .the very m rly known as Mason's wharf'being the same I
20 .j
parties 8 democrats liberty ;
this arrival has cast a gloom stand '
by that he would short premises now used and
ght not hesitate of TWelve Hours it
be- to command then! on I space has,never been 'occupied by Fernandex
and federal
J e countenance of our whole community, the field of battle.17 The spirit of patriotismand men, .101 federalists. iLast year the known .to.fail.to effect, a certain\ cur .; The & Bisbee. as Stores and Wharf. Taken iri Exe 'iq

-uuc of its unfavorable tenor. hun1e'fo of energy which animates the holy father majority The was38 over all'others. other, Medicine. is Charmless ,and a tasteless one, cation and will be sold as theproperty of the

The captain informs us that he was and his principal counsellors has extendefl itself result cannot be regarded in any which,will. make it..t'h'moSt popular Medicine late James B.;Mason'deceased at the time of
and with such dispatch,tfcat light than as a triumphant verdict in favor of the s his death, ofBartheiow ;
unexpectedly inJeUiL not only,among the people but even to the in..the. Southern .States. .The ;Medicine con at the suit Massey vs. ..
wis unable to gather the full particulars hearts of ecclesiastics. present Administration and its measures; in tains no'mineral preparation but is a Timothy Wightman, Administrator of the said
| ,
substance of the news is favor of the war and the in which it has ,
The sum and ce manner harmless James B. Mason deceased.
have a confirmation of the statement hatS Vegetable matter only. 'To Planters 3.,
been ;
1his: the King of Sardinia had protested against all conducted; in favor. -of the Democratic this Medicine, is a valuable, preparation, salt THOS. LEDWITH, Sheriff Duval County !
) Trist proposed that no further from the intervention on the part of Austria in ,tht affairs Tariff of 1846; in .favor ,of the Independent cures all cases in..twelve hours,:and does_notquireany September 24th, 1847. .
demanded Treasury and the measures .the, -
four T cit lens should be Our citizens of the independent states' of .Italy. IRis I ,, leading re imeto, be lost-;- all,that I is,to,be .

bellowed Agreed to.of establishing majesty has long been known as prince of liberal : JAMES K. POLKSCHEDULE.. done is to take the Medicine and,to go to,work. The above specified property advertised for

Jold the privilege sentiments, but it would that To the Rice Planter it is,a valuable;Medicine, SaleonthCfirstMondayofNob.ild ;J
Jo factories in California, for a given period, appear a motive as it does not / mineral according to Law by the Administrator ;
somewhat contain/any mercurial or on the
should be the stronger than opinion produced i From I :'
Grande and after this date the arrivals and :
reed to. That the Rio this important declaration. Prince Metternich preparation whatever, 'and is therefore a safeMedicine Estate; purchased by me at its full value, in 4
he-not agreed to. had with departures of the mails-will; as follows: .. for those who are liable to December, A. D. 1841, and paid for and have '
the much naivete expressed his belief that exposure. i '.
the.Afexican commissioners proposed ; The Northern mails will arrive on Sunday'sand : I beg do : been in peaceable posession. .
But that he had one of the .most certain means for you not let me have to. tax you so ever since.. The I'
faces, to which Mr. Trist replied the liberal controlling Wednesday's, at 9 o'clock, ?. MJ and close often with advertisements,rcertificates &0. It public a hereby infore that it will cost the
the line, and spirit abroad in Italy, would be ,
__ .vfW rrtn makinir that reSw to .
on o'clock Purchaser
Tuesday's and Friday's at 4 P. M. has a suit lf>
already proved itself to.be what I it is
tate ge
tromhis Government possession of the fine fortress of Alexandria say peion
upX The
I Western
dystohear and Southern mailswill arriveon and
the greatest .
and it with ii every body.is recommending ,
was.allowediL occupy an Austrian
wbjectjbut only five days '*0n this hint garrison. !Tuesday's and Friday's, at 7 o'clock, P, M,. it to be the only certain and speedy 17. S. Marshal's SiiI '
Charles Albert
Mr. King
By way of a concluding proposition spoke, and and close on Sunday's and Wednesday's at 4 cure for the Fever and All II
his Ague. have to of a writ of
will you
have issued
of New Califorjjorwhich the vile
resolveof BY
annexation strengthened ,
the o'clock Fier
fgt proposed Holiness p. M. JOHN M. PONS, P M. do is to ask your neighbor what he thinks of the, United
the Government of the U. States Pope Pius IX. State DIstnc Cogrt
to some 15 or more millions of ; July 2Qth, 1847. Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, and I for the Northern District of wherein ,
willing pay i of course to be convinced will it at Josiah Gates is
{ you try and
7 agreed to. The next followed a let. Blessings on their dear Platii Taylor
said Corelit
not young hearts/7 least I
M. Passengers, hope,so. Here is my offer to any Planterof DefedatI .
Santa Anna to Gen.Scott complaining Partington the other on I
i2rfrom morning, on receiv- Per Mail Steamer Sarah Spalding from Savannah South' Carolina, who will either call on Doct. Monday in .November :
the Armistice to which ing a handsome ,
broken bouquet of flowers with bte
having a P. M. nen
Yfiis Cohen of
Charleston S. G thehoursoften
I or myself, in a. m. and two
of the charming Sept. 30th. Judge Crabtree H ,
replied, accusing him same thing.Afcourse note; bless their hearts for remembering Floyd the
of .
city Savannah and either ofus will day
give expose at public,sale in front of the
hostilities recommenced, and on the a poor widowless creatur like me and and servant. 0 M Dorman H R Sadler J Brown Court ,
for twelve
her ,, enough cases, and if it does not cure' House in the City of Jacksonville: All the
9i alt, a portion of Worth's division met a I eye grew moist in the sweet' excitement of P Dell, and Hopkins. ten out of the twelve we will refund the amount:t; right, title and interest, which the said Corneli .
Mexican force at a little place near the newly kindled gratitude. Heaven ha3 j
jjr-e sent paid for it. You are to the Medicine takenas
see usTaylorhadonthe
Per Mail of
Ocamulgee from Savannah May. 1843 in and
his loss me a ,
them beans own com- great such friends
r and gave many and I hope it I have directed. to the .. ,
J tively trifling, while that of the Mexicans will be rewarded for it. I do adore flowers ::; Oct. 4thMr.Carr and lady,J M Fontane, Owing to the heavy rains during the pastsummer following on the tracts. of 'land River, viz: tf' E'

nsrerj great. On the 10th there were other I of always think, as I smell them, of the breath .' .J G Anderson, J Foreman and G Cole. and which still continue, all the lowlands Atract said river. the Pablo, near Tract the.of t .
victorious in fairies that cane
forces don't
jjiigements. our proving smoke or chaw tobacco, Per Mail Steamer Sarah Spalding,from Savannah are underwater, which will cause a great land, situated in Du County, State of Florida ,
Margaret fill
'erv struggle.On up the vases with water, and arrange deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: itwill and bounded the North :
on the
Oct. 7th.-1\frs. by St. John's
which is the latest accounts 'em Wienger, Miss Bailey
the 11th, we judicially ; and her niece broughtout be to
your advantage to a certain River on the East Sherman's
live.(Gen Scott had got into the city, occupy- two blacking bottles papered. over with: Judge Hawkins Col. Dukes, T 0 Holmes, F W'Bailey I and speedy remedy.; you can do procure so by applying with the, meanders by of said Creek Kind's,running Road.. I -

jBo'aly two street, which commanded the I Ii colored paper and wood cuts and the flowers C Acosta, Friebly, and 1 deck. to elmer-:or my Agents or royselC: Ask forHUMPHREYS' thence along said road, Cre. of Lewis Mat. "

juiiUiJ the two armies that were contending exhaled their fragrance in the atmosphere of REMEDY. FOR FEVER, AND t air on the West by the > ]
i arfictory. Scotts loss is said to be 3.000 since M1" Partington's settin' room." IfTAKlttE 'INTELLIGENCE. AGUE. thence; with the 8t o hs. ,rTer" C I

i'lis departure from Puebla., and strong fears are The running pJ or t 4
Medicine is
for sale
by' following beginning tract
oteruiaed for his safety-beset in his rear by Figlitvig Parson.-We have seen it stated that ; thi' conforming to a p1 .
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, OCTOBER 8. named gentlemen, who are the only agents for made Z. C. Gibbs on file in 5
survey ,
Jtffdes with a strong force while his front is one of the companies from Mississippi, at the the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, where Johns' Court under decree of the'St J'v"
overwhelming numbers under San- battle of Buena Vista was commanded ARRIVED. Crt n parti- jl
ponced by by a it will be found either at wholesale or;'retail. tim, the St Johns' Superior ,
Methodist minister. Just before the battle 4thr U.S. Mail Ocamulgee Chase Cou i"; ]
aA1Dt commenced ,
merchants will
Country make a handsome profit 1827,.and containing about six .
Tisto be hoped that the accounts brought by and whilst the troops were forming, it Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick, and St. Ma .by selling this medicine. A liberal discount Also, a tract of land known the Forbes ac j '

fcsiirrival are exaggerated, though this seems is said he delivered the following pithy prayer, ry's, to Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchandize to made to Planters, &C. by the dozen. Address bounded on the South, by lands a Tac to <
corroborated at the head of his Holmes & Co Fernandez f%
jotepretty well by theVera Cruz company: & Bisbee. H 0 Moss W. HUMPHREYS Lewis Mattairon the "

,, jaers, containing. letters from the scene of acHe "Be with us this day in the conflict, oh Lord! & Co.. and J..r'orem Wholesale and retail dealer in,Drugs Jr. the North by, the Wes by fork the King's of Roadoa ,
-We are few and the 7th.-U. S. Mail Steamer Nor Se's ;? :
id n enmy are many. Be Spalding Medicines Chemicals
Perfumery &.C. ,Creek to the and '
|j day this brig sailed, reinforcements to with us as thou wast with Joshua when he went Bailey, Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick andSt. SAVANXAH, GA. mouth of said Creek to the mouth, ofan Inlet of. $ '
number of 2,000 under Gen. Lane, had ar- down from Gilgal to Beth-ho-ron and Ajalon,to Mary's, to Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchan- the sea, about one mile South of the St j

riTdin Vera Cruz and ma-Jo not a moment's smite the Amorites. We do not ask thee for: dize to Mrs. Baxter, S L Burritt, and D Avery. House and Joh'Ligt V,
the East
&T in setting" out for the city of Mexico.- the sun, and moon to stand still, but grant us CLEARED.: THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. on by the sea b jji

Oir! reinforcements are now hourly expected plenty powder, plenty of daylight, and no[ 5th.-Steamer Ocamulgee Chase, Savannah. A VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. plat of place beginning made and Coffee -, \ "

sic Cruz,but the prevalence of a "norther/' cowards. Take old Hough nnd Heady under: 8th.-Steamer Sarah Spalding, Bailey, Sa S ODTHERNERS following is from my in the Duval survey Circuit by Jou decree, on file of, 9 I

tiiihd lasted some four or five days, was thy special charge. Amen! M-a-r-c-h." vannah. Agent, Mr. Thos. J.. S. Farr, of Graham- partition of the .t a .1',4
Court in 1839 "
:Snghtto delay their coming. His company performed prodigies on the field ville, 8. C. and confirmed by the Court of' the, %*'

I forgot to mention in speaking of the fights, that day. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr, County of the Cirt 1847 :'
Sir: I hand to the certificate Duva Te -containing .
tkhkreported! that the gallant Worth was you of Mr. E. C. thousand *

Knsaslj wounded. No other name is mentioned Advertising.-The New Orleans Delta has Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and I sixteen acres--each hud ,i : '.

KMHJ tie sufferers, but from the numbers quite a pithy"paragraph on this subject. "Ad Ague ; he is a man of integrity, and his teSti- '. Grant made the tract being part f te' ..i {

reported lave been killed, we shall doubtless vertising," says the editor, "is to business, what mony is consequently undoubted. drew by Spanish Govrent A < 4

we long hear the names of many whom we the oil is to the night lamp. Withhold the necessary Yours respectfully Dewee on the 3rd day of Spteb 'I i4

'odd regret to lose, and whose loss the country supply of oil and the lamp goes out; THE members of FLORIDA LODGE. No. 1, L 0. THOS. .. S. FARR. 1791, to his widow he 0 : -:
feeL advertise not and O. F.. are requested to meet at their LodgeBoom Grahamville the4thdayof.May18O4-said tracts t 4
liberally who S. C 18th 1847.
voBlitenaitte Sept.
are ,
I you or: the '
.- -- what is your business is known only to a limited on Thursday Evening next 14th inst, Mr. W. Jr tow Hz the steamsaw mill,on the t.
i lES: FROM MEXICO. circle-your otherwise at 7 o'clock. A full attendance is expected, as Humphreys) beach, and te st on* which the St Johns' ?'Y
expenses continue, ,Dear Sir-This to that I have used
is certify
r Tie is of letter from there will be business of Light House '
extract to
following an a business falls off importance transact sd ? ,
your and
break .
you your Fever and
: Jalapa,in tie Area Iris. The Picayune gives it name, which was never seen to advertisement your J. A. BARBEE, N. G. Ague Remedy with success. I, MYERS, Marshal, :
without tending for its correctness: I in the Jacksonville, .Oct. 8th, 1847. obtained a supply of it from Mr.T. J. S. Fair, By his Deputy, G. HUMPHREYS. .
newspapers, now figures in the list of of this
Agent and administered
I your place, it U&MarshaFsOSt.
nell Gen. Perez abandoned the Mill del i

i BeT..a bomb discharged from Chapultepec, fell teaching bankrupts.of the This times is true-a.U and he who true.will not It is learn the THE Co-Partnership DIOI.VTION.heretofore existing un, am to my happy daughter testate, according that the to disease directions left her, and in I N.. Augue. Sept 17, 1847. } ',: j ,

t among the ammunition wagons of the enemy, in it must never expect, at this period of generalactivity the firm of Bellows & Santo, is this the course of hours and reervation of four acres, inclu- .
tilt jard of the Mill, causing four of them to explode and rivalry in business to day dissolved by mutual consent and Thomas thirty-six present ding the Light House, will first be off'erecLforse j
state of health
keep indicates certain
t. ,by which 300 Americans are said to have with his advertising neighbors in the race for up: B. Bellows is ,hereby authorized to collect all .c. a E. C.cure.Yours WATTS. 8 above and the remainder in sere '

wen blown up. (tal&Ton.) including Gen. Worth, patronage and prosperityPLord notes and accounts, and to settle all businessnow Grahamville S.O Sept. 14th 1847., trt made known on the day. and at pl ;
*iii according to the account., had not been outstanding of the above firm. j j1

.or heard of the next day at Tacubuya. Eldon was asked the difference between THOMAS B. BELLOWS f
: AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen Co Charleston NOTICE. 1
Another letter in the Iris dated at Mexico on law and equity. "Very the JOSEPH SANTO. f.t. A LL Persons .
fe 10th little was reply; S. C.; T. J. a Farr Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A. directly or indirectly interested .

"The Government says: I "they only differ as far as time is concerned.-: Jacksonville, October 8th, 1847. 4t Carswell, Savannah Ga.; ,. McLane & Co. x5L a hereby notified by' .the undersigned/- .! .

*rs had taken $300.000 which At common law you are done for at once; i inequity : Taken Up, Jacksonville,Ga.; .Shotwell'& Gilbert, Macon, that'in conormity with an Act of the.Legislature '.
being lent by a commercial house to the you are not so easily disposed of The the of Ail Act to for .
of the BY subscriber on Monday the Ga.Dorsey; & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P.A.Moise, I provide
$ "?(.Smith enemy. former is a bullet, which is instantaneously and 27th of September last a tolerably LaGrange, Ga.; Winter' & Epping, Columbus, the re-establishment of the Records of the Conn- ,

410u will bis expired and by the enclosed most charitably effective ; the latter is an angler I- small brown bay MULE much marked Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem i ty of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved \0,; *::'

od see that the Americans mutilated hook, which plays with its victim before i it with the collar on both sides. He is branded I Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen Augusta, Ga.; J. .A. January 6th, 1847, she has filed in the1 i ; f

wwerp cruelly assassinated the unfortunate Irish kills it. The one prussic acid, and the other with the letters C. and W. on his fore shoulder, Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, Clerk's Office of the District Court for said ; :

Mother taken at the battle of Churubusco. laudanum.7'Richelieu. and S. on his rump. The owner is requestedto Atlanta Ga.;William Carr, Jacksonboro, W.R. County, a paper writing, purporting to bea \' 1 '

account states that the deserters be- pay charges, and take him away from the Anderson, Dalton Ga.; E.:A. Burch; Hawkins- copy of a schedule of her property owned and "o .
I &g to the Legion of St. Patrick alluded toe .-In the'days ofthis minister held at the time of her with ? '
great subscribers residence on the road between Jacksonville ville. Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, marriage John W;, .
,, ,*ere all hung at San Angell on the 11th. no one could be made a bishop before he was and Garey's Ferry. Prescott & Co. Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot Powers and filed in accordance with a Law of !:

tagiin copy from the Picayune: twenty five years of age, and llichelieu was under JOHN ROBERTS, Sen. & Flanders, Macon ; P.Martin,Savannah ; Cunningham 'the Legislative Council of Florida approved

:! lnJI: 'brings us to the lith, but at what hour agp at the time he was ordained. He took Jacksonville,.Oct. 8th, 1847. tf & Co. Dalton, Ga; J.H. &W. S. Ellis, March 6th, 1845, entitled "An Act to secure '. i .c_
d3y the letter was closed we are not int oath, however, without the slighest repugnance -- Macon M. Williamson Davisboro Ga. Wm. certain rights to women." '
td. I to Nassau Jail ; ;;
Of th* eventful denouement we have and immediately afterwards asked the Brought Hodges,' Sandersville R.T. Floydilicandpy And also a paper writing purporting$ tt.
ON the 16th of last ; ,
i*wief account, but sufficient to assure us pope for a private confession. Here he acknowledged who his August is a negro Florida; ,F. Poullen, .Jacksonville Florida; copy of the last will and testament Henry V;

j arannshaeachieved. a brilliant triumph, the perjury and obtained Sbsolution.- t.; man Said says is about name four feet.GEORGE. R. S. Baily, Laurensville 8. C. Ellis late of said county. The original having ,

JJtf our army is 'revelling in the halls of This was the brightest example of that duplicity negro and be ten inches For sale wholesale and retail by been destroyed by fire on the first day of No-.r -.

JJatwumas? The only reliable account which forever afterwards marked the career of high, supposed to about 25 yearsof F. A. POULLEN vember,1846'the introdnctipn' of-'said':copies'y<

,w ofthe last struggle before the capital, the minister. age, light complexion, and says he belongs to r Agent forJacksonville.A made for the. purpose of perpetu'ating oBjects '.
letter a'man named Johnson, who lives, on the Wha- "
addressed *
to Mr. Dimond Colg of the
: our original paperS '
liberal discount by the dozen: ,
*Vera Cruz, from Orizaba, which will A wag speaking of Cincinnati, says that its t hew swatep. The'owner is requested to comeforward October 8th, 1847. HARRIET POWERS -" i

t below. Our correspondent at.Vera most appropriate name would,be the Ham-but' prove propertyj pay charges and take I By Own. T? Mii. .:'Atfmt'"** I

:'O1the for its accuracy and we have America "Yes!I" said ,another, "I thinkit him away. ARCARDIA ACOSTA, In CircultCourt. .., I Little River;Fla, Oct.1, 1847. .3mfothcHeirsof ',:,: p
*tt.believe* Jailor Nassau county..Nassau EASTERN OF.FLORIDA -,--- .11,1
it is from the same sources'as t will be the meot-ropolis the U. States.57 CIRCUIT : .
) the1etter gIVIng the first and : Court House, E. F; Oct. 8, 1847. ifSheriff's COLUMBIA COUNTY. .NocIc. ,; : *
a correct oc- '
tteT : lf wtldi S dexeasea
: j w tie battles of Coutreras and Churubu- The whig organ in Louisville very saga Sale.. Josiah T. 'Baisden. and all:whom it may'concern: 1 /.1 I IritAKEffOTICEv <]

cious. Witness the fQllowing extracts from ar By virtue fa;writ of fi.: fa- issue out of t T& j Bill Complaint, Thai ,f the tnfl &iBef: f
1 OUZABA. Sept. 19, 1847.&rlhavethehonor ticles.published on the. same day:- .: ._. Superior Court for theDistfieiofEastda John W-C.Loud & Henry -' JL will apply to. the l Superior'Court"of; 1 .j*:

to inform you It shows the most contemptible imbecility on I for the County of'Duval, I will'expose R.Saddler,'and John 'lIt' Cu.NCEJtT. .Nassau, nty, on the 4tK. day: of iNoimb -. J|

J' neo.ieprts, arrived here this evening from: the part of the administration that volunteers, public sale in front of the' CourtHouSe: b1.the'Town Lewis. c' next to establish a lost paper, a lease,from Na ,?1thanielAVflds.

: to: Brought the intelligence that; are called on to go to Mexico. at, this deadly, time of Jacksonville in said county, on'the It having been. made to appear to the'satisfac.tioif -, 'Sen,deceased, to hflds'iNassaucounty. jh J

L IUthet3th tat e city Mexico; and that of the year.-Lo.Journolj 3d. first Monday' October nert; between the legal of the' Court, by affidavit*. that, John, i .. AsworncOpy of the 'JW11e Ve. S. '

Il1d'e Atnericjn troops toOK Chapul- No danger need bp. apprehended from sick.] hours of sale. on that day;a certain negro female Lewis,''onef of the above named Defendants, re-, ing on'file in the Clerk's Office in the County,of ((1

; night tltade and went into the city ness, as the troops Wlll"llot reach Mexico before slave, called Chloe and her child George, takenin sides out of the State of .Florida, and beyond'the Nassau East Florida: : .t. "I : f

_ 8 Gen. Bravo was killed and Gen. 'November.-Lou. Journal';3d.. .. execution as. the property of,Joseph B. Lan-. jurisdiction ofthisCourt.namely: ; in .the JOHN- JOHNSON;* |

Jred 'i- wounded m the arm and had I 'caster;.to'satisfy" execution. in favor of Gould city}of Savannah,.in v-the'"State; of Georgia;f-r, Nassau County,. Oct. 1, 1847[ .j-: 1 ., |':|
the The Corwin Ohio '
ti1 rezniinder of his troops which whigs of Cuyahoga county, Banks & Co. THOS. LED WITh!, Theretore3.ozi'motioflOf Charles Cooper Esq. ,.
UlIlCh have resolved that the Wilmot .the 11847.J. NOTICE ?*
,to Guadalupe. proviso is : Aug. 27, Sheriff, &c. '
, Solicitor Jor theComplainant ,. $
. lor .01lr friend &c. freeman's platform but whig principles are.so' f r.TheL Above.. sale las been postponed to. is Ordered. ,'..T &t' the 'saadf9hnXewis,L.- z fIt be ALL'Persons" indebted'to the estate'jf&= 8 *' f|

\i t 1L oad.Esq-, Collector Vera Cruz. much broader; they can't stand on,it:5 I the.1st Monday in JJovember nextv Oct8 and,he*is'hereby;.required'to"( :appear axidan'swer -,. el E. Strtlley, late of :L6wndes'< .Cxrantyf w
bifore the entered the : : : Georgia deceased, will ma.kc imTneJiate"jyrrment"
; army the .id Bai 6f Complaint 1fuagainatbim.
I'e. h This is,the cool in which .Johll'J 1 ,; 'Subscriber and
manner ; to \thff { those having
nothing ic.Ye that confessed
; r. &uthen fear
will d
haying claims against the Estate L months'or the:same, be.,taken as .
talks of annexing territory- from theLiverpool 'J 'c" said estate must ihent
claims against
bee achieved without L we.copy, present ;
Sfe TunoL ? great ; Bandolpl late of.HUlsborpugh'county ,.. .
LL : > '
.fc the
Mail-"If withiithe"
Russia should to Administrator
: : iifihe; Mexican accounts show that utake European deceased,:.will presentthem to.the gubscriDer 'Arid it S further Ordered;:That a copy.of this, for payment .
couuneuced on the 8th, and Turkey and Greece, Austria) the Italian ,. ,wIthin ithe time .ptescjribed,.by law, 'oid idulycerPfie4by.theClerk, ofthis Couf time:.required by. law;, br"they will bV oarre4.6frecovery.

c flU5j with more or less,activity untilposession I 'States, France ,Spain, perhaps the:sovereignpowers or the 1Will be !'forever* Ijarred f atid air those for th .Conn aforesaid be. published in'omenew'spaerprmted WM. D.'JBRANeHi'AdxtfrMarion -," ,
4tAok of the city. A passen- will give us Egypt and Portugal,and indebted to :'said st.at;'are..r requested makepayment Withfu the Eastern t Circuit' ,: -.';_County._ .. .. _Aug.% 2O-',_1S47.W(- ;-flt. .! J I Sir> f, 1'

&znAmes L Day informs us that it wasiJ1iOO our old date trees in Tangier. In 'the handssof to *' ,THOMAS :KENNEDY, ,. of Florid o :ce' ilr.we ek.' :se iiw".v: v,'' .: '- DISSOLUTION .-;' t J:'
1 Mexicans Vera Cruz that England Portugal could be.made a prosperous, "' Bijl
at iT'J" -' v* Administrator., months, [Sined,1:- rpHECOPARTNERSHW. heretofore Wstii1'g
J 'jaea killed and wounded but he a peaceful, and a.hppy'. Dtry;;:>yforceyfpfcburse'atfirstfby :.' Ta.mpa.FJa.Qc: .8t .t SK: .2m( 'Th1O.<;DOUGLA8.tJudge.. ,- JL between. th'e. sub yibers under.the firm of ;
4t Another ; kindness and good goyeriiineht 1"- ,; A : 1- s i.'' M J's. *- r .s.Lr'i-2j..a"* _
. tat.no.aUthentic,8ourct Gen. Scott's loss at IronwtDutdnrhird !, afterwards. These however, the;reader' t - toUDatea .. ; .. 1.i'iColumbi&CountvW.i; -f:' i n\utuaicpnsent.; ;" e'r
j. .J
. will be pleased to observe, are only specula : : t ,H -i\'M, : "
of his army, iu killed ,J *' .{ '. ..,1"r r nne1Olivillalate -r.TTitiliJ' l-- liv.iProVale ,STiG SCAXBOROUGH, Clerk ofesid.Court, I ;An 'ei-s : ihdebtodMthe; ;itrIZ1rs i.l
tiOI1o -i ; .t1:0f: "
J 'What data he. bases his ., ,- 'j) } i.:1. :aeedYil1 th'ciQtc'th: 'sub do herebyiCertifytihe above totbe a,true. opyof quested;ito- make payment.to. Ednvund'-Wa1len,,_..,- ."' if
i.-' cannot.l and inclined to' '" ;. P ,. .... : -? --- _.
; are ," ., The WSnot 'Provis.-Thi N; !Y: GlobLX : .UD.JtJ-.thl. t h.e.time .a b" ; 1"' an order duly made and.entered record in who. thorIsdtosettleO'Se. ; -f." '
p r 'i'or ', :
) J' conjecture. speaking?of'the':Wilmot,Proviso;;'say ': ;:. ,'.they,".w:m'b":1." < ".;. id14ed." the abo1'e.entitled cause, .on the ,27th day of 'ojJ01lN1tOUNBY.' ., ; : t}: V; :
tthe .l ttRi
j :ztzii---; months .hence there'will not be .. ttli ; 11 .EJHUN1f"W .
'a single recognized -/ aid Estate"illm&k payment io : September;AiJ ISi? ($ *|i fofi. i iIrW
1 American armies in Mexico :Blaik k.FiAse: t 1.fi ; ;; ,
( .
: t : Democratic paper in the Union that'wiU f .WILLIAM' ASIEYfAdrninisthr.4'IW : TNESS'JVUUEOI',JlxaYft; hereunto set .
) !, 'tltlgregite of 000*: men, to wit-':, repudiate the Proviso humbug.Mark;:theprediction J f"T' .T oa; + 1Q" :' t J oC- T{ .: ,'my' band\caused ;the seal of said, .N.E; .Mr,Jralle.i-. "" u.-fin"O &m N..r Ir1tinue

, Of Gen.Scott'A ,? :, *" vV'i: .- -UrA1 : " rSSjOOO,men. :1'S ., 'arO..c .4 r'f .,: at tit oIatio ,
: _'<; 'i'r. 11'II )1. 'i-- -' k \, pi27A: day ojrSejtembfav
A d. GeuaIEoc..4, '"Jf'iqior'.or..i ,f"l, turi a_.r-11D mAn, I''I8h that"8IXMONTHSat, '' .:t -i1 t .r'If1.. s. 8C 9touGH.aerrr'Oc i ''Se""t 2't.. .. V "- _:,',_
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- tt- :;5oo ; ..! on-'his irreguto_ conductl'added-with/great. pthos .-.' 1 applyoiirbleJudge ofth : lS47i'n 4r: 1" .i'fr.! 4'4mq 1r.1.t'u,. d '>:'.' '' ': :-i'-- -. ---".

\oq eir OO j T : V- :.I.JZ., .:'*i..Alv 1- .;. "d.* *;.' -- ., ...'<; r"* JfilCiI 'Cpurt"flf. .hKiassau'* :'.CTunrf.-for t Jt yjlic'har '' ,P'f"'1 1'J'. ,' : .h..1''.- '1 "..,"..,_ot''.-I.< "-. '.- _.t". .. --I.- -. ti fJ -''.
; I Auz3in .
.r :'?Thieprt'of vjIcesAwill.Mngf.jpurfather : ; e.rom: :the ExecutorMp on Uie.Estate.ot ; _'. "l'lJf'7. f't P ,' ?
1,500 c"- w
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> I ".', .f 4., I >J' "' *> **.nl.M'IVUUam : G r.1. 'a bo"of'Abont..1.or,1o' ; ". 1

'.' '' l, .,r": ', 7',500', ... ? :grey'nairs.: with sorrow tathje graTeJ : Walkerlatepf.sawcounty,..d' r' ,:.., ,. ,'. He r'lablt t &cf.W1 irite, ,jeD1.. *
I -, ." ,[ ,. W. 'I beg !'pardon sir replied tEe pupili iny' v! 5fu* v': TOOT69EUv IXCCUtD3u.1j3d :" \ : 'f.or"&TERt.JJS, It"T'O"t.*t". .'. ,.. a boDv l1 ,;Iil_ .\- _p '
"W'. ) :" .fia'B .1 cep !' !8j .:1l.411Z..i 1.I .
3 OO'. : :father wears a wig? ( 1 I ;1847. 6 t. .t ,. [ |* M;tfrft Officer ;



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4T&. ,. :: -" ) Bill f9r DivUrce.'pth 'snrance &. Trust,Company I,.' : '. ., 1 4. .5. t i.,-;'. purchase'cf the interest the United *: at;; ,THE iORTH RWRIB .
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4 peliaaffRQatsi ) tlieJ ,:to ruse otArthur.'M.. .!.: JJUl to:Foreclosed, lliIEU :T1UO'u 1' mm .1airnd in equity.of, the property-hereinafter I TCHE'.WESTMINSTER; "
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*, ja3ing to the OOflt from 'Reed -k" j ; described, and'enditIoiis then' ,. ( ,
uponthe terms
I "' ; Lf',2BLORWOOI! :
that.PemelfeiS.&fiobart8,. LArE 4r&JUDSON) : : .
: in thi& cause, vs.Augustus J ( ; tioned ow, to 'Wittl"t"J :; uL1rAa' .
tt ; __ ,
; ; 4: the Defendant in this case resideS out, of this Poujaud. cenjtit spacious FIVE S'TOBY WAKI ; '- : .. "' .. -
4 .4
I : State, so that process of law cannot be served. having been made td appear' to the'{ t. HOUSE,'No..56 PEDAB STREET,-the.WHOLE : : : ; rpHE/abovePetiodicala an rpb21ted iiN.
her according to law. '. 'I' which"is devoted. to the exhibition and sale '. J.
upon ; faction of;the Court by Affidayi that the of' ( < York immediately on.tkeiianinl
the. said : ,d b1 tk
4.r' IT. is THEREFORE ORDERED, That filed of 'Article, : : '
tX f' the .iFCUIt.t Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint theSinge ., .1 ,. : .. ,II clear tne_
before .
4 Defendant' be and appear in the above 'entitl ctcause resides out of the( : OO'ES.. ' tt .fine.white paper,'and are fatui
:0 AL r.
Tit ;w. to be .held at PRINTED Dderruo. ; lie:: Cop ,'
Court of Hillsborough : a
United States, ongina1s-BLAcs."oon's
and the
. : : : State of Florida put pf 't UlB.
A D. Jul-'
Tampa, on the second Monday in Octobeo,' India and' Their present Stock consists. /Ji lY. \ 0* exact fac-eimile of the .
will be and in Cuba, one of the,West : Islands : Edinburgh ediU.. :
1i i 1847, and defend said suit.' or the same beyond the Ju iScbctton' this Court,Therefore' One Thousand:Packages, '3'.s .'. \ ;0 The: wide spread ame.o these splendid PIt"

taken as confessed.' be publishedc On motion of C. W.DownmgjEsq. ,Solicitor for, Embracing some .THOUSANDS of different lodicals,renders it needless say nmth j in tt
a And that acopy of this order LANDS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA- praise. ,As literary
this State for the said Complainant patterns and colorings and comprising everything organs,'theyri ,__
c t: in.one of the newspapers of law., Jt is Ordered,- That the said Augustus Pou.. .desirable in the. line, FOREIGN, and advance of any works of a similar st.s _:

;: b apace. of three months, according MACRAE jaud and others be required'to appear and .'an' DOMESTIC. i :, Town of.r cklonWle Dcv4I COunJJ. published, while the political eo pl ;
4f k' .4 : '. GEO. W. Circuit Florida., swer said Bill,of Complaint t n sir:months, All of which are offered for sale for cash.or Lewis H.Bryant&c.former owners. each ia marked by dignity, candor and g

. 4 ? 3' Judge Southern or the same will be taken as confessed against satisfactory credit,at SLOWEST PRICES, 11844. containing bearance not often. found in works cf,a J

:' J :.i A true copy: him. 879 Ian. 26 Lot No.6,insqU.No.2 I together character. 0 .

4 ; E. A. WARE KOBAETS, Clerk D., C. It is further Ordered That acopy of this Order, by thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New 880 ", Half or lot No.3 }f 1MM'.fe They embrace the views of the three ":
W. '
J. ,
? ) By 3m duly certified by the dierk of this Conrtj.be published Styles are received. almost every day; by.195 parties.-- in England-Whig, Tory,tad;.\
9th :
.. :J ,: July in E some newspaper printed witnmine. "jJlacJcwood" ana the "London QUartei ,
. ;.9 iftt 4. :, ana many ot tnem are go up.ipr our own sales, 1 'LANDS 'LYING IN THE STATE.,OF TEXAS. _
: ;. Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month,consecutively Tory : the Edinbu h Review,"Whig*sn"
Court. be found elsewhere.D' .
In Circuit and not to .
,I II former
Samuel "Westminster Radical
,,it : CIRCUIT FLORIDA, forsix'months. Printed lists of corrected from .
EASTERN THOS.. DOUGLAS Judge., prices, 1842., owner. The price of the Rs-ntcns is less
[Signed. ] I thaa
f COUNTY TO WIT: with variation in the market I \ .
: i : COLUMBIA December ,Term, 1847. I, PETEIt- B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, are day'placed,to day,in the every hands of buyers. 876 Mar.11 Tract,of land granted' by third of that of the foreign. copies< and"WIt

B. 1 do hereby certify the above to be a true copy the republic ot Texas to they are equally well got up,they&ford aUtW
James form
[ ? Archibald H. Cole, Merchants will be able to some idea of ,
. Order made aiuentered of record to YJ Barbo8Whoseattor- advantage to 'the A&erican the
of an duly over
Cole and George W. Cole,part- the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe situated .
Frost Thorn
: iii the above entitled on the sixteenth ney was reader.
and Attachment: cause
ncrZ &. using the name state, that the value of our usual stock of a.t the forks of riv. TERMS
of A.D. 1847. : .
to day August
style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn this ONE, ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of and .'
$171 50 IN WITNESS WH I hereunto set my ers Atoyiao Ange- PAYMENT TO BE MADE 13 ADVAK '
.it:; Hezekiah A-vs.Nash, and MerB nd filed for r[L. s.J) hand and affix the Seal of said Court, the our entire largest stock wholesale of dry jobbers.goods usually This' fact kept together by linawhkhgrantismoreparticilanly For any one of the four Reviews, $3 "aumn,

this sixteenth A. D..1847. deseribed in For two do. 5 4'
'1 &C on- $343 00 i day August, 'and any ,
rick Barnes partners with the fact that,bur our
P. B. DUMAS a. deed made' by Vetal For three do. t
..e : 0! H.A. NashfTlHE any 7 >._
:4 t etituting'AU' the firm Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. attention, instead of being divided among a vast Flores, to said 1". Bar- For all four of the Reviews 8 'f .,
C t '. & variety of articles are devoted wholly to ONE '
p'i i.t. 'o. and all others interested Aug. 27. lamfSm bos, under date of June For Blackwood's Magazine, 3"
Defendants I
render the which'we
I. JL notified of the commencementof will advantages can offerto 23, 1834, ,containing 10 Acres. For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews,'10 ."-
t4 [ are hereby COURT. dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be sitios
%labors or :
_ i 1 :! a: the above the entitled December suit Term by Attachment of said Court, returnable EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR our care that none who visit bur establishmentshall 877 Also one certificate of lands\\48,423 Four copies of any or all of the above worb

r-4 to in December next- COLUMBIA COUNTY. meet with any disappointment.Our issued by John T.Mason, will.be sent to one address on papn t'ofBe
third Monday
wit-the is at all of
to assortment
complete seasons
r required to appear and plead to. the Abel Cowart, } In Chancery. : on behalf of the governor regular subscription for three-the fourth tan
and are the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. of Texas and Coahuila '
being gratis.
1 declaration therein filed according to vs / S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of
SANDERSON Elizabeth Cowart Bill for Divorce. dated June 21, 1834, fjp Remittances and communicatiwu.smst:
3 JOHN P. )
Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original
for about 48,000 be made in all without
1 1 Plaintiffs' Attorney. having been made to appear to the satisfaction firm of Lee & Brewster from which cases expenses to tb
t .; : ; IT con 878 Also other certit te.
25 1847. 4m one publishers-the money may be enclosed i in.letter
Florida June Affidavit that the
of the Court by
: c Alligator, nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- of the and\ directed
same tenor ,post-paid, to the publisher*
--- above named Defendant resides out of the Stateof
ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee &
-Z'i j i In Circuit Court, I, date of the above for a N. B. 'The Postage on all these Periodical
Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this !*
his friends that the
.: ,. a.,:' EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.. Court Judson and assures new like number of 48,000 reduced by the late Post-Officekw, about;
I. concern shall have the same pre-eminence in
COUNTY TO WIT: Which said land were con- third the former rates making a
very important
: It is therefore, on motion of Washington }LIves this branch of trade which formerly distin
December Term, 1847. veyed by Samuel saving in the expense to mail Subscri ,,
.; Esq. Solicitor for said Complainant OR-
guished the other two houses to which he lie swart-t
wout to Wm. In the
. Isaac P. Hardee and Robert all principal Cities tad Ttna
DERED Thatthe, said Elizabeth Co wart be 'required June 25 1847.
.t H. Hardee, merchants and partners Attachment: to appear and answer the Complainant's longed. ly president of the Mount throughout the United States, tf nkitbtlertiti

j : trading under the name, Sum sworn to.' Bill of Complaint herein filed, within four Savage Coal and Iron I direct Rail Road or Water tmmatieaiioa.

144' style and firm of L P. & R. H. 154 06 months, or a Decree pro conjssso will be taken NEW STORE Company, in trust for the city of New York, these Periodicals milk
V. 7 Hardee Bond filed for the use und benefit of the delivered FREE OF POSTAGE. '
1t against her. UNDERSIGNED, formed Co
I having
a I
; vs.Nickabud $308 12If THE United State, by deed LEONARD, SCOTT & CO Pnblwnen;
'f!, f And it is further Ordered, That a copy of this under the style of ,
I Raulerson. bearing date the 31st day 112: Fulton 8tKcwYoii
order,duly certified by the Clerk of this Court
r Defendant arid all others interested are be published in some newspaper printed within WRIGHT & POINSETT, of December, 1&12, and Aug 13th, 1847HOLMES
p THE: of i recorded 6th ,
notified of the commencement 1 Jrinuu"y
the Eastern Circuit of week :
Florida once a con- the
Have rented tore recently occupied by Mr. B.
1' the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable 1843, in Liber A B, NO"D &: CO.
secutively for four P. 'CUTTER, and would solicit that ,
now portion
& 7 Term of said Court to wit: D folios 18 19 and 20
1: 4i 1 to the December THO. DOUGLAS -
Judge. of public patronage who desire' to purchase ji/T KSSKS. HOLMKS: & tU.. hll"":
r. in December and are in land records of
the next (
third Monday
Cl tk's Circuit Court Alle-I their tork .f Meirltxtidize ii '
Office )
: i ; required to appear and plead to declaration } GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. gany countY "
. Columbia County. J JL biiidiii! I .t ) therein filed according to law. STiltING SCARBOROUGH Clerk of said Court They nre now receiving nod will keep count tun ly CONDITIOSS. knuwii II" the Gi>vi-vinneiiT Bnildin'TWliiw;
i.t 1.' W. M. IVES, Plaintiff's Attorney. do hereby certify the above to be a true copy ot'an on buml.' n geneial assortment of 1._ Rflel) Memud. ., fop n._ _ipn.llrnte_ ___ number. IId.I.IIO their Mock. bv. the Inte'arm. *.!;, illt- -'-
30th 4m --- ---- -- --- -- -- ; :
1847. .1
Alligator, E. F., July _'__ order__ dulv made and entered record_ __ -_ in_ the-__ Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, on the schedule, &c.: for cash ; to be depositedat New Y." fc. n full assortment of Dry c (

4 41 ? ;; NOTICE. above entitled Of cause,oh the 7th day of -. Shoes, Hats, &c., one of the following places, to the credit of eerie.. Hunl" nn'. rrovi i..m. &t'. &r.h. l .

k; .4! Persons concerned. interested, are A. D. 1847. Which they pledge themselves t lr. ;t ; ALL account of what particular number the schedule They are fin" prepared tiiirrhiir CotlOV. ,
to take notice, that the undersigned IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have LOWEST POSSIBLE liRICES,8M nn inducement -
$ I i- j I. Hide :01 l ,her .
ai prodnre if tiliijjlifjti
I ? in compliance with an act of tile State of < L. S. > hereunto my hand and caused the for CASH CUSTOMKK t<' rail mid examine.. of property it is deposited, to wit: ri'iinfrj,
Market tnir, and mnkecn. ..4tnc.sr.n.InnIeitI
It 4 Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for the reestablishment ( *-vSeal of said Court to be hereunto an- Having come to the determination ti, keep NO The United States Treasury at Washington, to their fi"rd.i in Sutannak !

4;' ; : .r; of the Records of the County of nexed, this 9th day August, A. D1847. BOOKS, "lid In buy their Good principally District of Columbia ; the Assistant Treasurer ( or New York. ijmrle4tun '

,: Columbia, and for other purposesz" Approved S. SCARBOROUGH Clerk. for the Canh' ,'they will heeniibfcd to sell them n, at Boston, New York,.Philadelphia, Charleston, They have n new article of Wrrajbt'IraiI'lonslij

January: 6th, 1847: They have this,day filed August 20, 1847._4m_ CHEAP fir CHEAPER than; they cnn be purchased S. C? New Orleans, and St. Louis ; ) *-!<' H-hirh ilrt) r nmiM Tfin\M\f't\ l

in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for elsewhere. EDWARD: WRIGHT, of the Customs Buffalo X.Y. '.
, )t, ; 1 FLORIDA HOUSE The Collector the uttentiiin of 1'Itinters.
said County, a paper writing purporting to be KGBKRT: : rOINSE [T. I. N. C. Savannah
t. RENT. Baltimore, MiL, Wilmington Jnrkm"nviHe Nuv. 6. if
I a copy in substance of the last Will and Testament N. B. Hide nnd other-country, produce taken Ga, Mobile. Ala.. and Richmond, Va.; .

of Henry Jones late of said county, deceased THE undersigned offers, on the most in .exchange' Good! Surveyors of the customs, Nashville Tenn.
;'p'4A; 4L the original of said last Will and Testament liberal terms, to sell or rent,this well -Jacksonville, March 19ib. 1847. ly Cincinnati, Ohio ; and -'. TIONS .
having been destroyed by fire on the first day I known establishment. furniture inclu-

: of November last And that they will apply ded. Application to be made 'to J. B. COLE, at BAPTIST TELEGRAPH; Receivers of public moneys at Little Rock, Only One Dolinrn Yean .

1t4 said at the next Palatka. A. H. COLE.. Ark, Jeffersonville, Ind., Chicago, IlL. and Detroit -
: !: the Circuit Court of County AND To commence in October next, and to be aimed
Court to be held in and for the St. 20 1847. tf Michigan. .
A1 Terzn'of said Augustine. August FLORIDA'EIUIGRANT.. regularly thereafter on or aktot the fiiflwriS
County of Columbia, on the third Monday in 2. Each bid must be accompanied with a of every month.

( December next, to have said Copy Will established NOTICE. in the guaranty, in the form given below, which must -
V. said x WEEKS after ,date the undersignedwill THE Snh.riher'proposes to publish be certified by a collector naval officer marshal
4 ., r in lieu of original, so destroyed by S Jneknonvillc, Ent Florida, n mttiith- GUD lU'S
to the Honorable the of United district
fire as aforesaid. apply Judge States attorney, or postmaster,
g ly ofihc nbove riile. It shall b, neutral -
WILLIAM TOWNSEND, Executor, Probate for the County of Duval, for Letters of nftWllru"'t"| that the guarantor i is good, and the party.making KEFUELICATION OK THE TWO MOST POPULAR WOTIS
b "hull contain otiriil intelligence
in politic. ; ;
ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. Administration on the Estate Joseph Alveres, it is responsible for the amount. IN KUKOPE:
and in Hdigion, nhnll ht> frank ntul fxplicit. .
July 23,1847. 3m late of said County, deceased. 3. On certificate of : BLACKWOOD'S LADFS MAGAZIKE;
; t Alligator, The (paper will advocate Ihpfnilb, rind praclicrof receiving a deposit, signed :'
JOSEPH A. BARBEE. And Gazette of the Fashionable Worli
;t. the Baptist denomination! in th United States, by one of depositorics above mentioned,

I Administrator's Notice. August 13th.: 1847. 6wWatchmaker and hill he particularly devotpd.. the interp. i; a quit claim deed, conveying all the right, title, ALSO

: tt:' 3 SIX MONTHS after Honorable date! shall make appli- of the Southern nnd South Western Slates. Th interest, and claim of the United States to the TIlE LONDON WORLD OF FASHION;.

:: i to the Judge of Probate lmflbtIIU GrotDt, secular nnd Religious improvement nf the prnpU- property described in the .bid, and paid for And Continental Feuilletons.

t.12 3 : for the County of Alachua,for a final settlement and Jeweller. of Florida. it nhiill consider as its paramount obli- will be executed and acknowledged, by the Solicitor The Price of which two Works in Ecglaid. }b

; z1: ; 1 of my accounts and vouchers as Administrator No. 5 MAJN-STKEKT. gation. To reprove vice. In promote vir!fI". !o elevate of Treasury of all charge to the S12ayear. ,'

rL44j; .' of the estate of Joshua Miller,late of said coun the citizens the. millet to the! worship nftheUtip GoD.and purchaser. Such conveyance will be sent, free : n-As repnblished by the subscriber they

f' : iy. deceased. SEKINGER Adm'r. virinilythat .to improve the u-ordiy! condition of mnnkinci wilt' of expense, to any post office in the United will cost only $1 a year.BLACKWOOD'S .

JOSIAH nLRepectfuIivinform house im- he its lending features. States, as may be requested. -

'tr J1. ---0 Autrust- 20th.. 1847. 6m '- thft one 'rp. TKRMS FOR-ONJE! yx.\I :-Foiwpvec! pietMX $10 I ; 4. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be LADY'S tUGjZ1)

% 1 NOTICE. cently occupied, as the printing copies, $5; one copy, $1. Advance payment : satisfactory to the.Solicitor, whether, there shall I AND GAZETTE OF .T11E FASHlO'AJJU.\rOx.t-
.Ii ALL Persons indebted to the subscriber, ei- office of the"Florida" Stntesmnn."nnd i in now prpiit.d will t;.," "IWClf'd in allcr ':us.'*. be'one,or more,bids for thepropeity.: ; For Tonn and .am"mry-Det'i to Bdlt

by note or open account, are ,respectfully to execute. with prnmptitu fpuU orders connected :: A letters. ad.lrt'lit'rl to the Editor, must 5. Before bidding, all persons are requestedto Letters, Music Fine Arts, Fashions,fa

requested to come forward and make with the above line. be pot paid.N. .make themselves acquainted'with the situation The well-known celebrity in Europe and h1fr
L before the 1st of October next ; otherwise .'B. The firlt'numht'r will he isHued un. the, value and title of the intend
payment, Mr. Grothe would also say, that hA nas determined ; property they country, of Blackwood's Edinburg Magaziney-
I Li the said notes and accounts will be placed toKonfinehis attention in (ntnre'eXcliisive- first Tuecday. in June next.JAMES to bid for, so as to rely upon their own has induced the subscriber to commence e republication -

t in the hands of an Attorney for collection. ly to work in these brunches. 'He renders his MCDONALD.' Editor..lnri.c.ontlle. judgment in bidding. 'of this fashionable Lond MwrtUy"
30th. 1847.
1I JNO. H. GUNBY. thanks to the rnnny friends who hav..p.n him _Flis.'Apuil! 6,, After tbje'last day receiving them,'the, It is a matter of surprise that the repubIica-r

lit i' Jacksonville, Sept. 17, 1847. tfAdministrator's their patronage and trusts that his exertions hereafter CARD. ,bids,will be'open d in the presence of such .offices i tion'of this work was not commenced &

',c will be such n' to merit it. of the 'shall oblelp attend since. On some.of ill
ijir. Notice.NOTICE department as ; I years looking over
,: _
rI1 .:. t IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all credit- I From long practise' his business, he feel RIVERS& ROYALL, and will be'examin and passed'upon as ..fastas numbers,'we find them filled with Stonfl,P"
himself competent to give '"satisfaction nnd hi. themostof-wMcaiw1
Notice will be and'Narratives
practicable. given promptly Poetry
U legatees and persons entitled to distribution SURGEONS: ,
: charges will be moderate and as reasonable as DENTAL behind intfce&a-
in the estate of Felix Ortis, late of nf ", to each.person whose bid is accepted, but to no b little those published
those the North
44 Hillsborough county, deceased,that unless they Clocks Office; North East corner of St. Julien Street. .others. ,__ .. I burg Work: and many surpass even the cam*"
: N. B. and Watches in the best
,.t t exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit manner, and at the .hnrt.nodci.: and ,Market Square, 1lie name of the bidder should2 in'all cases, tions from the Giant intellects of the coatnbv'
the be written. length and.in aJegible,hand-r tors to the great Northern Maguine.W
;; them with me for payment within time prescribed J Jacksonville Dee. 26. 1845. SAVANNAH., GEORGIA.
by law from the second day March.. ; Aug: 20, '47., ly The bidder should give. ..the name of the post writers ofthe, day.coDtribute to its pages' .
office to which communications for hint are to be r It ha .'nowjbeen .published:seventeen ye 1
A.-D. 1847 they will be forever barred. And NOTICE.ALL ,. :
I FORWARD & ALDRICH. se t.., in Londorjj and has.II'. circulation exceeding'
the legal heirs of said deceased are required to interested notified that /i.- i
are hereby
____ come forward within the time aforesaid and %persons Months after the dnte hereof the tindersigned. ATTOKNEY8.,AND, COUNSELLORS AT. LAW. $."Bids must,be sealed ;;and marked( on the 70,000 .copies.through England, Scotland,Ire

have a final, settlement. their interest in said Administratrix nnd Administrator with- '03.Will"practice in the:.several t Courts of Law' 'outside in.these- words:jSEAED WPS FOE,U S, [ land and the continent Europe. his trffi

_ estate according to the statute in such case made the will annexed of JesMe Standby, deceaned. will and Equity in,the., ,Eastern' Circuit,of !Florida. PEOZRTj' and iaddressed.fo',the Solicitor t: lateJ into several ef the continental language I It

and provided. JAMES T. MAGB.Administrator' applyto the Hon. Judge of Prormie for.Alachua! -.. WHo A. FoRvvAkn St AuuEutine.' thTy_ ) shingtoiD. (1" t| -it being .the only instance of an. Enj. I

debonifnoti. County, for'a final settlementof, ,their.accountsas' 'LouIsALDRcii'Newnansville.WM., 9. Form ofa bid,guaranty and certificate: Magazine receiving that compliment. .

September 17, 1847. SwAdministrator's such and,cl.charge! from.the further Administration .. F. CRABTREE, lit residing at in the county The publication will commence in October
next will be continued <
and monthly.
ofssisl. estate.DICEY. o'M In the State of hereby offer
Notice.ALL STANDLEY. Adm'x.SEABORt"l ATTORNEY' : AND:COUNSELLOR AT: LAW.JacIcsonwUe -. the United>States the sum of dollars\in'cash The publication price of the above., ork.1J

4 g Persons having demands against the es J. STANDLEY, Adm'r. ', .' ,:Fla. for their right,.title, interest,and claim to London,is $6.

.; of William 0. Thomas, late of Alach- ll E; F.'June 4th. 1847.., .6m WILL attf rid, to any"Iiusiu.ei'entrusied, .i hjhftnafl i .the.'roptrty described number/: 'j in'the -

th tt u county, deceased, will present the same in fin of the Courts in the. Eastern'Circuit'of. printed advertisement of the'-Solicitorof .THE LONDON WORLD OF FASHION$,
.j01 t .within the time prescribed by law to the subscriber Administrator's, Notice* Florid i ... } :? .Treasury,'upon.the terms and conditions'therein '. AND CONTINENTAL PEUTLLTOYs.S L

or they will be forever barred and all MONTHS, after date', 1.H ha 11. present my :FB-b IX '< LItVINGSTth': mentioned; and I hereby,ii'c6niderati6 l of A Monthly Publication cf the Cowrts'and -.j '
those indebted will make payment to Jl.t. and vouchers administrator : the 'premises' m case bid therefor e .
: f of ORUE Y':AT ,,LAW agree, my Paris ;-Dedicated to High Lift,
4 .tl ALLEN THOMAS, Adm'r. the estate of John'. Moore, late of .O} Iunty: :* 3 "Jacksonville, J.? $ shall baecepted'by ud.Solicitor. ,'t.dejpositasumTin'lawfur widbles, Fashions, Polite. Literature, ;J'II

; September 17, 1847. 8w deceased to :ha Hon. Jurlge of Prbfmt'& Tor,snid. .. tbt money: in 'one f'the:"tie- ,Arts, the Operas, Theatres, _".' "b.

county, for a final settlementof *Hjdsaje4.d 'Will practice ;m'.lItbp.. Courts- "-of-the" Eastern positories;mentioned{* in: said adveitisement// ,:Edited 'by:'several Literary and Fash10 "

NOTICE. aQIX shall at th ft same time apply,' for,Irtier qfdigmU-. Cir lit.; : v 'M,.- 19.: ::::JSmj"r r ithmn thirty:days after!my.bidshallbe'accept.. Characters. .
'the .
; to after the Hon.date undersignedwill lion as such}Bdminictrntor. !of which ).r pefson'interested r AUQUS'l U PC. ."GILLET,3 ? 'ed and notice,thereof' sent,toiae"" by.mail.' ," '. In the above twoWorkswi11: be fo 1d$! n'
; 1 '
LZ i apply Judge of Probate.of. !: J "
in'said desired lo'ttike -j'Datect 847. : .
i'R Columbia County, for:letters of administration estate, are notice' r ATTOttNEY: AND. OpNSELLOt; AT ," .1'" -, Gossip,efLondoh,Pans, ind.the princiL.of

on the estate of Samuel M..lliott deceased. April947.; : .'*JAMES. ACKKRAdmr. -,: .1. ,. '_: And CirtnmUsioner.of De. Uso1ihe? su i&LAvf7.J : 7 For,value r ceiyed,*!.guarantee:loathe United he ; onti. entof 'Eur pe 'Roy.l kPDcsdniptio

c .'. MARTHA-W. ELLIOTT., *" ,: necticui. ,,within and,..for,she State of. Florid.,.: 'i, States the performance of, the b emderltfegby ; fieQkees! DrangEOtievith
JVOT. t :. I. : :the er ther !in case.'huhid bcV; ecute' accountS' t'd.
September 84th '47. > ;', .AtEsONVIr.t.Jd4 uw; ,gn I.
.Alligator, 6w.4 I > ._, '"' "J: Jt "' "
i __ S MONTHS/afterdate: iJJ'r'e.ent. my : "- 'ee .ttI v.. \ ', .,'. ."-.,. 'v ,.. :. ,.the'..Ladies of'Rank.NoMemen's 'Fet .
$;.State*of Florida j Alachan'"ODD ,. ,.filial J nrrountand voucherso the'Hn Judge CUAItLESH.PELOT'; : atcd"::: .'': s84 1.' c 1. :..;::; .' r ''", criptioilof- every'New ppeKij'withEnglish 'cnitI2'th .of

i: t "-". REA8 Benjamin Hopkins,of Stl:Johns of Prohiifor the. county'of Orenau1 prey rr'lischirga&Administratur IIT ORIWr.4NDCOU8ELL'O it1 iwJ L-/I,certify'that.j the above'gnarantoy' is r-8pon'sible saPerfornier &e..' Tales 1f Jhe"'

4 Vy ntyj b.this'day applied for.Letters 'R' de' b i..1 inin theEte iWitl- .' 'i'5'' :in Court' '*\of' the- : for'the sum'nietitioned in'the above"bid.J*, (Authors, PoetryVNew' .: '

of'AdminIstrdiOn' on the Estate. of Samuel Eigles. ofJ 'a ef E; W.,.Ormorid;'jJec fd, 'o'' F. iprn Cil practice* -4(;i r t rlt J.v'1; Lt'f'ine' "
1 deceased late'of Alachuacounty.x This Or811'f"la- / Moiquito county; :{, .' '.dh.: i" biC' ii\rft'wUI,D 'P&wii proi rtdu.n t n ,. ft !:., at"the office-of::the,United States!district attorney S :of 3Tr- pain*, '*'.'. th'Artisb""

4 to ate.persons interested to appear,within the ) ; r1 ."t t0 JAMES OItMON, j.r.J..J c'.'I o"1v'lIft"E"'r ..,.' 9'i'ft'i. ',i' '.\ ; ,in that city,and,in the::Solicitor'a office. ra; ti. E e. -- "-- \.1lJ'

1 tfme prescribed by law, and make objection, if June 11..184? Administrator. bonts *bt,; '' -----.t'i'''' .\ .'Waahlgton. ) ..."..Y, ,. 1". ,.;.,. ; 'i hibftcatiinpnice; ; ,of. tie aco1D.1I'o ,
', ,, f ) ( :NOTICE. ;," ;f'j: ; t: : ''. "S : :.
of vv :
said ?
JL /J JtJffi -
the'granting :: .sf\l : : '
qh&e'to letters ""' ) T .
'I' : "
1 : s&y : ,. Jb, O"'IJo.E. ...,..t.' f' 'd IX.M.ONTHS ,t tot' ij! ; )Jlfpwwnvtny ;\i t lllid'no p rt'ormoo-eiitJ eja ott1i :bidJfdu ,.ANU" d"0Dfu' '..11 ".5' :". '
otherwise they will be grantedt !u,.. "': .t f f...' t. .. !' "; ( ,; '1. \ 1 ik' .( ,., '\ ....,, -' .,.''
: -- 1..1: ,oj H.,'C.:WILSONn i .t1 iLL;person; indfbied) ;tovlhe; Estate ofJarries; ,i3 ''.$lccnWli. andyoUcl1itjI.zecutor,. ,of John: | ,,'aoeordirig to,;the terms'specified"1iitb. : Te/ f'
> XA.\Cttrtithf.rs 1 Wfnied,' uesjed rncome' Brp hare, jf*8siiaotc?ctifi deceftsefi. 'tu.the .auuV8'L. :'con diti'th, 0 ptfon .t So'libdec1tred ; : 1 Godey's New" ,.Mon. hJ1.. '
Judge Probates of Alachua Co u: ,4 nre. rrq ; : wn.>_" ''') .,< t' ) .Jlllt'T-' .'?-- |. _nufrapid "f ;$1'ayar.inadvance. < ,''i'
' 'a.i :6F:" '1. forward and'rhako imnieJiate i .! payment, and 1 9.e. 8.1? J ,\J', & 'J.J'f' !d' I It
',_8epk24th, 1847. ._ ._ : : bavin? demandsviIl'render them in:nrcbrding'to (otldinat'.ttlPm..nt; :'' ? 0fsnril.a4tateknd J. "baU.-t \whereiratia'inay i have Been 'practiced;,*againstthe :', All orders must be addressed: 'pOSt'4!1'?. .

: ---i '' jTt.T *' L" Tr. < ftl'w T; : fa DtM.Z.*5J i\2-t United States : the Solicitor before x : ';T P' A.G ; f:'
WANTED, ., QWq. ,EIZABETH; cARUTHERS,4 iaifnirh .rr. or, .. may, eaid t: ; .
T T ti'oflrcg. as an apprentice to the Print- ,.! tAdmltmtra'nX--un.:1uc-. : .,. :" u .y".'" h.14 "utnr.-f. I :;\'.D1J.tl",...'..nnterestfd''I.lC JII.:_, i tinglh conyeyance' de l reiT1e'bi4\iu: lid. }!: : 'f/40i\Chesn |lsti5C PbIIl1' '

i .t dbout 14 or-lSyeanTof ', 'i: ,'.6' '.1v,""..sx"'tft'< 'C ft1'tlt. I''."rll.j-j'C1C"cea.e" d. .."d'Y' "'.1.t O'tll"11' "t' 'cP.: fsj"iNl'iA'1. ;, 'f" I' 4ioeffectl. ''f't..:t'{!".LRt1 .>'U'QYTT., r".4. '.-:.:". :;: ;j Ne jpapersinserting,tffcr .!! ,

_L IUiH be'atle to reid'sofa Write wellijacbonTil1e }. .' OkuhumpIcat1arIor' rr county:Fra r".r t. .,1 ... tt1lt .r'l.1 j'OHN.AY>0AVED ; r .,% :-' [!", M4- ,.r.--i-r"fi' C1" Of: 'Q'r.IU r- r.t' ")! ,, .a.ti1.vorr smd be entitled' to.excha1lPAt1g13tD18k"

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