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 22, 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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:7Fige dollar5 will be charge for all announcetents smooth.17"Shakspeare-Bowery edition., .. condition in a hurry!t, :Not I 'There was Slo, saucylookingbeggar was.observed, to. 'walk thanit.ttapj lNUUer-- ';_. .' ,4

ofcandidates for ofhc HO 00 I seen her on the side-walk, cu always ready to rt.J legs off butnow behind .! !. :seat of togettajtak IIIIIlt.Y, : '. ,' 'i
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: One aquaPe for Si* Months. : 10 00 When run with-number 9J '. -hell go sooner'ibrthat1MraLBrpimHhjuiforhis frunmecY:DnercmJ".wl1lch-'th'b.d' but I held t tt;
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. Notice to Debtors and C7"}0 tion. 5 00 ,My eyes spontaneous sought out hern- own flesh and blood.{ ,*11 carelessly in.1 fhenhandT g J the teamsters did plough all theyv'c6uid7 ,

: App1iClltinn for LeUf'rI oTiJJJ.ingerted gratuiAll And hem was fixed on mine. : I '. But Fll pay him.see if f I don't -l wont get opportunity dexterously whip,the' ,eighty oxen'e'ouldn't tear' 41'
! U: .religious She waved her pockethandkercher.Aswewentrushin'by him a mouthful of ,He gesvic ; fie of the hand, and _firepan- ;
willI I supper.- may put .lady's :was nor cause me to-'let.go mygrip iAt. .
I oUII1Y. communicadons tuals where he does his work! See how he'll king off With i"h passel y.ifhc: ; 4
! O': AU tdmable personal a .. after letting they cattle.breathe,. .
I bef'h.r1t'd a adveflietnent.a' be paid nn the No boss that ever killed in York like that. bawd do so always'trying to seen Tthe movement': raised thcTcry- another.strong pull altogether" 'sd
I AU'bills for Job Printing. must Was happier than L v .' please other folks'husbands instead i;of my own thi 1 tf the str t w as to j-irOiide&for*h* came out about thequi keSt-Jt1iad. ,

I e1ver7 of the Witrk. most bt" addressf'd to I felt that I had done ;; -we should have apretty kettle of fish There's to,think.of:escaping, but as.the crowd_ long roots too, let iteU you.&iMy : '_ ,
I U Alt iommllllica'joOS ARD. postage paid. And what had won her Smile- Willie he's teased for an orange these three radiate towards him he drew himself up a the cloth fez them pantaloons/and I; .

; Gn-UIT'A HAZ 'Twas them embroidered braces days, and not the peel of one has been seen yet. into a' very: indignant-attitude,;blew \ any other kiM since# .

I PROSPECTUS OF A ? EWtI7IC And that'ere immortal tile. -' There he comes puffing like v steamboat, If* with the handkerchidjand i then only reply .Snooks'macle to'this W 4_. '

: BOOK, IN PATENT tOTES, Iliad sent him wouldn't have been back these siding i to ai low bow, hepi ese ted iftoJ have thought it would have"come, > '

I CALLED :I sought her.out at Wauxhall, two hours. Calling at Mrs.- Brown's, .top, if it dy, with''an apology.fornaTing"" borrowed. your suspenders/* ,- _. .,I.-j Jo.oi_' L ;('.'.,
I HESPERIAN HARP : Afore that place was shet '- aint1 enough to-vex a' saint*''TIT,tell him 111 he chanced to.leaTehiaftwn, at.home.' *- .- -. .: .7. .-
THE of Jeflcnen C..,Ga. Oh! that happy, happy evenin'-, qtUtIH -but no, he'll like.tha too. treUI. !", f' .. : -, -' S ? ,Disc M'-Jy 'tl'.'(fovnoyam.--Dpv .- :
Bf Dr.wm. floater, I recollex it yet: The brute! illeCustom.-Dr. Leyden;inr .iis; i8 & practitioner,cultivating
:I gin her cords pea-nuts I wont him so much. .Fll: stay lilt tation' literature of
work will contain 500 pages ; including ; please : pnthe language and, success the art of healing and plea- p j ':
mills I lucid exposition of the Rules of And a apple and a "wet-, kills me, and Willie shall have .an orange if he dio-Chinesenationsj'gives an' extrao causedone, of his friend* toy ;'

and a of Musical Composition; a larger Oh! that happy, happy evenin'-, wants; and no thanks to him, either. .There he count of anthropophagy; practised in the was possessed of the love science and I

inging,of the Church tunes used by the reli- I recollex it yetI comes ga.i; and both hands full Wonder. 'of Sumatra, where the people';in general of love. A while since, thedoctor. .

earner denominations, South and West,than have what he has got now, and who else he is run- no means uncivilized: "When a, man to administer his potions to a semps-. 1 >

rioos! been embraced in one volume; ,took her to the Bowery ning for? Coming through the'gate and yes infirm and weary of the world,he is said he discovered that she was of a 1- -'
; er before Infant She sat long side of me- both full of The- vite children eat him. In the '
Anthems Sunday School and pockets oranges. his own ic temperament, that is to *ay, par- "
Odes and ; and MissionaryPieces They acted out a piece they called dear soul "I knew he wouldn't forget his own when salt and limes are cheapest,.he, 'eptibl 'magnetic influenceaL-r! .
Temperance $
Hymns; Numerous "The Wizard of the Sea." children! Wont Willie have meal AndI tree round'whi h his and '
accompanied in a great many&&stanrn a good offspring frl '.than a week since the"doctor confi-.
&c, And when the sea-fight was fotched on- he shall have muffins for semble md the' f '
the entire Hymn or Song. Many of the will-yes supper; ; ; shaking tree, they join young and clWming''Wife' to a 'sure
hv Eliza cried hav! hav!" I Slocum loves muffins! dirge the burthen of which is this the .
entirely new; while many of those and after dinner,repaired to the semps, I ,,
Tunes are .And-lik so many minutes there I # *- is come the fruit fe ripe and it must' after few '
airs that have long been used at Prayer i1e when a passes put 4
fine old and other Meetings, &.C., but have Five hours slipped away. That's all we heard,reader, for when Slocum The victim desdends when those nearest into a comfortable sleep.; I

Camp before, been collected and harmonized, opened'the hall door, Charlie, Willie, wife and deprive him of life, arid devour his .had the young girl succumbed to the ., ".

never Scotch Irish German, and other Before the bridle halter, all went'out to meet him and get some of those solemn banquet." ,of: the magnetic fluid, when'the'man, '
with numerous .
I to call her mine- '
will be found in the HesperianHarp. thought oranges. s leaned ,over her fading lips and cov
fine tunes, ancient and modern-many that The day was fixed when she to me Mrs. Slocum did get supper, and Slocum had "Down east," observed a Southerner to with kisses of fifty years_ripening- '

Books of whose rich music is unknown Her hand and heart should jine. muffins.-Troy Budget. kee, 'a cow, a calf, and a calico frock is [zed.'with 'a fif'of scientific :ardor he ;

lore now out print, of the present day- But bless me! if she didn't slip be a girl's portion-and that's the to study the effects of his salutation"up'j

to most persons"iwttf up" to supply this Her halter on the day;- Preparation of Co.ff .-In Silliman's Journal i came e from.' "Well,"replied the Yankee somnambulist, and demanded of her in a
lire been completely ConnecticutHe find notice of memoir coffee the to. .be born ;much where '
A from ,
pedlar we ,a a on by plehave prettyf tone: ,
york. HESPERIAN HARP is the largest and carried her away. distinguished French. chemist M. Payen. The people say, barrin'.accidents., .An7 t course have I just pnrsuedjrithypuP i "

THE Book ever offered the American results brought out by his'chemical researches the place aint ye,. where. potato what your'friend is just about,to '

tkoptst Music all intelligent will see by Well, let it pass-there's other gals, agree exactly with facts 'previously known in cracks in it'so wide that' the gr .with\ your' wife;"replied'the artless

public as it with other works.persons Price $1 50 As beautiful as she; regard to this article.- A, great error in the picked up at' the: "bottom'by' handfuls girl 1",momentarily endowed with second Tt*%

comparing printed and bound in And many a butcher's lovely child preparation of coffee is that it is .burned too necks broke in trying to jump over-is ; ', .. ;;"

: per copy, beautifully with a neatly printed, cover. 50 Has cast sheep's eyes at me. much, by which the liquid, when it,is broughtto 'tion for;the ,eldest. son.. My.father. doctor did not wait- to.hear- it repeated.. L'!;

paste-board sent to one address for $62 50 ; 100 copies I wears no crape jny hat, the table, is deprived of its agreeable flavor, ntinued thedowneaster, "he was. once stopping'even to awake'his subject, he .
copies Cause I'm a packin' sent- and has a bitter, unpleasant taste: The reason by one of your great farms. speed possible for home"to"interrupt I -

r $100.Tht rill be to subscribers I only takes an extra horn., of this is shown: wretchedness of the land he;said, "the '. attentions to his wife -Whether.' > ;. :

! i: work in advance.Agents furnished. Observing, "LET HER WENT!" "Coffee roasted only till it becomes slightlyred that owns that must be plaguy,poor.",. he arrived in time .is not. said.-Balttx
I WY. Payment Boston Times. preserves the maximum of weight and aroma poor as you think for!"-answered a -- .
the whole L
to country.Good
wanted canvass _
required. Address the but gives out less coloring matter. 'In this the blackberry bushes, "toI_ ilon't own \ or _'

recommendations state 100 pounds are found to have lost 15, but third '-my father gin away,o e-th Anecdote f or Alipanac M.aI I. Txvrj one. .
author post paid, have increased to the bulk of 130. ,Boasted to a man to take 'tother the plesanttanecdote told.of,;Par- jj ,
Jefferson Co August, a chesnut color, as is commonly done, the loss is the celebrated,almanac maker,about 100 .
who 4 tmes: and Blast the women! '
Florida They are always fretting .
-To papers copy 20 per cent, while the increase in volume is Tilla.-The article on Titles in the since. In travelling horseback into the iiH 1
of the a book will be given about something or other! Yesterday the coal
send a number paper, wouldn't burn and the grate must beset and from'100 to 153. This swelling of the grain depends States" in yesterday's. Gazette, ;has, ; he stopped for his 'dinner at an iim, !
4n return. ; ; the which the mind an anecdote which Mr.' Jefferson .
upon property nitrogenous called for his horse, that he
Sept. 17: 1847._ 4t the furnace must be repaired; and mercy knows matter deposited within the tissue .has of 'puffing tell in relation to the' subject which isr reach the next town where intended -'
Js Saveus
it hot
what all and to-day as as -
; when heated. tic and too good to b'lost The "If would tike "
Line up remarkably hise sir.
; Ifai-W"ldr 11. .8.MSieamPncket from the wants of an inconsiderate woman! you my 9
her the hand and she'll drive If the heat is continued until dark brown been repeated us by one who has h ostler, as he wisabOuttomint' hi*

BETWEENPALATKA.Q.1S like Only blazes let get But I won't upper be driven! Not I-! color is produced, and the grain is covered witha Jefferson' mention it. In. the "you will stay where you are for' the
a. sort of the loss is 25 cent while theorigio'll forming the Constitution of the United i'O will ,,
If she wants the doors fixed, or wood dried or glaze, per as you surely,.be.overtaken by a pel- j
quantityofnitrogen, 245 per cent, is it was proposed ,that titles should be ?' cKonsenseyjionsensen exclaimed '
leech the tubs
the set
water brought or or
V'\Nl\AH & FLA., reduced to 177 loss of one-fourth." the higher officers of the Government is DxPenC&tor '
hooped she may do it herself! Confound itrn't !-_ I ,_being a ; makeri-"ther a y01l. .
proDOsitioirmet with favor. The
BY TUE WAY OF fellowtgood afternoon to 1OTJ:1
house but is
DAHIEf., mU\S\VICK ST. MARTS, GEO.; .' If go it into isn't the one thing) it something is another.wan-Til JaiJle.The clause of the new Constitution the;subject,had gone on for some.time on his journey, and sure enougli

JACKSONVILLE BLACK CREEK AND ting the if I limiting the amount of State credit was carried Dr. Franklin arose and with,great ap drenched in a heavy shower Partridge :

PICOLATA, FLORIDA.In :I leave my boots and in she parlor every herself.night See, if at the late election in the State of Maine by a gravity remarked. "that:as this matter ck with the man's prediction, and.be. ,

connection with the Charleston Daily Mail have a mind WefUsee who may will help be master. Before large majority. The clauses;making plurality to.be seriously entertained, and.might tent on the interest of his aIman hOe.

Steam-packets at Savannah,the steamer SARAH I I don't. married it was-If I of votes sufficient for the election of Governor, ried, he had to suggest one"',title which on the instant and was received by .% i

BPALMXG, from Pulatka to Lake Monroe, theU. !I we were" tone you hasn't please changed my Senators, and Representatives, are also carried be new and ppropri -?i was.a title.. .with a':broad'grin! "WeD 8/'jou k

.&Mail Stages, from Picolata to St. Augustine dear.! She But shall ky-ifher and shant from week's end to-! though the vote is very close particularly in respect Vice President-and it'waS HIs Most Su : right after!alLH ;.U-Yes,.my lad, yon

,and from Black Creek, via N Newnansville if I to in word to Governor. This is a grievous blow to ous Highness!' There was not m ,so, and here is_ a crown for.'You.'ou >
and venture
week's put a
Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to Fm; shut by her infernal clapper! .: political Abolitionism, which is of no consequence said about, titles after this.-.to. Gaz. that you tell me how. you knewwof ,
Tallahassee. edgewise, up except in the States where a majority ." "To be sure,'sir/* replied the man;
OCAMULGEE. Capt. A CRASE. Talk about late hours and extravagance! Won- of nil the votes is necessary to a choice. By a ,Ages of Great Men..- John Quincy the truth is, we'have'an"almanac'at our :
late hours! 1 could out :
she calls
der what stay
ST. MATTHEWS, <: P.McNEL-rr. law of the Legislature a plurality sufficientin the Nestor of our distinguished men. called."Partridge's Almanac,"and the fel
and she if the '
These p.acketsleave Savannah every TUESDAY once until broad daylight, too, the case of congressmen. In short a plurality years told..M'Henry Clay, is 70. Van such a notQnouaJwthatlI'hen er.he .' .c
But if I chance to
wd SATURDAY MOaNING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive -I party was agreeable. now will hereafter be the governing principle in Johnson, Cass, and Webster,:singularly 'us a fine day we alwaysknow that it ,
, at Picokta in time for the Mail Stages to go attend the club And once a don't week never there think a of pretty her! all elections in the State Maine..-iV. F. Jovr. were, born ,in the same'year.and baflas a" e,6 the direct contrary; Now, 'your honor, .;

through to Augustine before night every mess directly. Com. old. Polk and TyleiC ?. _55. the 21st June, is put down in our al : .
Gracious me! I wish I could forget her for five
Taylor is about 60. To cross the" indoors settled fine weather rain.
Thursday and Monday. ; no
Returning, leave Palatka every TUESDAY and minutes, just to see how it would If seem. If Maine Election.-The new Senate will comprise lington is 78; Peel 60; and Lord:John at. that before I brought 'your hon r' .,
knew. But no. a man
FRIDAY MOaNiNG, at? o'clock,touching as above young word men he is only set down for a ninny. He must saysa but3 whigs out of a total of'31 members :5. '. out,and so was enabled to put you on your, .
earh To the House 23 whigs have been elected and i :: '
ay.They grieve and bear it, if it cuts ever go close. AndoyterBuppers. 'M.u a. FREAS,of the Germantown T 1
both low boats in complete 71 democrats being a democratic gain of 18.- '
are pressure ;, Wonder if she don't like oys tells thefollowmgIv j- '-'. t. -; f ii'jf
. :: order, and handsomely furnished in every respect ters. Tell me about the .propriety of sitting In 57 districts there is no choice. Whole num- A.friend of ours, coming down the D. letter'i. thBaltimore"Sun., ,
of well ber members 151. A democrat was electedat There will not be for newi
; are commanded by gentlemen down to the breakfast table with her hair un- New York, a'short time ago, was dr inynecessit'. .
known the and their pat- the second trialin Portland. .theinext, sesdon as has been imagined
experience on route combed. Once she was all curls and smiles. want of a little brand v and water: but ,
*, are assured that every attention will be Now she's slatternly as a washerwoman! Blast the: Yanderbilt- having1 icibljar; the .revenue' is likely .to.be adequate, to the

paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, the race! They ought to be indicted for obtaining The only two democratic papers on our exchange law operating against it, it:,was det : :expenses of.the G crmncntarmy|

and to the careful handling of freight. husbands under false pretenses! Ifthey'd list which have condemned Mr.'.Buchan see anything could be made-out,of ; and interest'onthe-pub1i debt' included ,

AGENTS: only show out the men wouldn't be such an's anii-proviso letter, are the.New York Evening ard- .fortheycar'endiiil June 3Oth.1848L, 1< '

Brooks & Tupper, Savannah. gudgeons. But no; they'll smile and smirk and Post and Chicago Democrat, This argues. "Steward_steward? ? y'r&Y on the yearsending, June 30th, ;'1849. ." -q.
- AA.DeLorme, Darien. twitter until a fellow is fairly caught, and then well for the future harmony of purpartyl The at the same tim 'p pressing in''his' -

C &FriedlanJer, Brunswick.JO by Jupiter, if they don't haul down.their col Chicago Democrat says the subject must be'ag. all his, might,:and$screwing his' face at a Boarding UMU& Handsome young. t

n Bessent St. Marys. ors. And then the baby tending! It's wortha itated at the next session, of Congress, and is sorts of contortions, as though in conversation with friend,leans

Fernandez & Bisbee, Jacksonville.A fortune to be compelled to hear the squalling quite fanatical in the matter. Any,agitation on a severe cholic. against the outside of parlor door; door:

- ,Coy, Black Creek. brats night after night. Croup or ch 1ic is the that question next winter' may' insure the defeat WhymassaCisHhat, ? :sudderi1y, and handsome; gent. fall back -
G Cooley Picolata.J.P.Hawkins in election "' !< arms of the f'ascinatingwMow.
eternal complaint. If I had my way Fd shake of the democracy next year's ; matter- -what's the matter? 1 '

Palatka. the cholic out ,of them in a hurry! But no: and it becomes the party to act aceordingly.We .-: "1 feel very bad-steward-stomach i .

B-lafitte & Co.'; Charleston. they must be dosed with pink and Bnnis, and have no fear that a few papers..raise a ly out of order- these;,gentlemen ,in.," 'a school mistress asked Lamb what em-, i

KB.-Goods consigned to the Agents for- onions, and the deuce knows what, and trotted war on the' compromise of the constitu- .- way -all 'been"eating' some :peaches ic'sign she had. better have over.her ;:

I. Carded free of commission. Freight from Sa- until their gizzards are fairly shaken out; and' St. Loins'Union.California. ,. .. brandy'I've no doubt would relieve;us." door f the murder' of the vmpccnts. ,.he. r .
.tl 1 naMl and Charleston and all way freight then if any one is to be kept up, why.Slocum steward .-<" -s; : .;.. & '''1 f.: '.- .*t-; 4 i i

. .PVible by shippers can set UD. it won't hurt him! .But 1'.e don .-The..correspondent: 'of-.the .New;I "Lord bress me, Fll be back in : : : ,. :I II
Ptinber- 1--7--0--i. 1S47. tf- with it I wont that's a fact. What's that'you:; Bedford Mercury from Ualiiorniai says that the. ond? ;- / ; ; .. ? ; ; I lar Death.__ An EugKah paper i-eiai. j .

nThe St. Matthews is in Charleston re- ? Mended; pants? And four new shirts, number'of emigrants from United'States'is! They drink and then asked what t of a man,,,named Jeffries,. in a
a.;. A new boiler will be put in her, and say and neckcloth my' Well I declare. Mrs Slo- about 3000; about One-half: whom ihav ;'arrived -'. to pay. .. ','. manner' : He was'cat iijfisina pond. '

M Pains epared to make her as formerly, the fa- a is clever after all, If she didn't scold so there:during the last, season.' The native' ; "Eighteen pence' 'g----gemm&'J Jn to pull a'through theineshW :J

. the Yoritebo She will commence her trips on likebut cum no matter,I know I provoked her, population Upper California according to the : Yhyewa4'1.011'are; T rT-high : net.with hia teeth, when :the fish' 'd d '

]lint before the 1st of October. Fll- -. The remainder most authentic data, is about 23,000, of whom 'charges intiaitf-: .,,& '4'flb >*, ,mouth ,and'l tthroa.&&before assist 1'
111 "r'
. _ _ _" I'll give in; own up; 4000'arc classed as pebple'of character ", ] aM could be"renderedh.wasacorpse.. r' I
lost in something like a kiss. 'Fiveshirts about "No1ilUOrJ.8mpe .
$25 ftE'V ARD. was .. : : "
'' t *' -
19000 as Neophytes. 'He 'hi1lW pi II
to and the'remaining a fiJ1Ie phyiciaihf
have done it-for forgot get ,
between the head of Cedar Creek and must :
that California'is stined to boa r -.2'r ; far from$ oo8OoQ "earixedl I
Pond the New Road between swear when he was asked to tend the baby.A is of opinion j0 : 'J" ; areyearly; ia
)q. J thOnville and, book .. grazing,ratherthan., :anagricultural country, iJWhen a'JLdndoa-cockneyJ.;wha' i : by -females employed the"Tai; 1, ; :
Alligator, a pocket con- tile extreme'dryness of the summer causing a factories and nsjinnfaetories'.f straw hats : '
taming WOMAN'S SOLILOQUY.BY risen at mid-day ;had been induced on ,
$158 of ,
in bonk notes and two notes .
the the -
fbf & '
*M ar $100 each drawn in favor of the Sub- "i/n& WhO-BEAM IT." serious drawback'to fertility land party eea suzirisehe. exclaimed ,;: c. About.40,000.femaits' are thus :
. -
'?"*rand dated, in last I will Yes its go go! go! go! and getl) get for every which can only beremedied'bY'UTlgattOB sub was- above the horizon and: ''employ..J k: '.1" .' ? '1 ;
February .
PT a reward earth; but one's own wife. If I should .-r -" "-1 lk -7----- ". .T" *" -t?*"""* r.-_ ,; .. turning 1r'L; .that'all? .. 'I ; '- > j- -. '- ,-,. ;. n.' ."i : ?', I.
of will restore body on
S25 to one who '. .
said to be in "
any '
Mormonim. The.Mormons are e in favor
; majority otnoingr.Web. ,
the out at such a time of day, *$* -
BUne Slocum'to :- I
S. Mr.
tome, or into the hands of Mr. ask go a flourishing condition in'theii D w.location'on _. -the_ presidency,in 'theVSfkssachusetts. .
" ttA?,7ood] at Jacksonville,or Mr. G. S. Herbert for a water pall he or.basket not he of I'might oranges, d'ye want guess- one' the fine lands of Uhe Tottiwattamie'rpurchase,' ..".Jik torj%';:Yorkshiremak'r.. conTcntion, ''was tt1L..PsI'P.'t -" .:
G || Sitor. GEORGE D. MILLER. hettgol Not ; *' '- L .
Oranges above Councils Bluffs. Missouri They *hive' yentedr a Jnew kind oflove letter ---. i I

-.acbonviUe_______ August 27, 8.t7. 2tNIicE. forsooth.while and'Twas take only it' out yesterday.I in wanting asked. him to, I planted.immensefifcldsiof. : ,corn to.the_extent, which ::has ibeen:selling as-a 'r" -The e.'Stmnish r-r reaV'**Math- huctt-' ;- _" : :' 4

: for Ch shoes. Wouldn'tyou it is'estimated. of 30,000 acres-and other grain against all actions jcrhesf? : ? : d:a fninepene iiilS irTofk a shfllin -

SIX WEEKS after date the undersigned call at William's"heard'him,scold though If he' and)1r i;: They havi bUi t'1sO&townO caU inise,inasmuch as it entirely fades from 1a d a 'levy- in Sptstlt Carolina. >'even-; ". ".'
j HI Till .PPV to the Honorable the Judge of like to have! Always something wanting! "Winterquarters which Jr 8df contains' a- perin'two*months frooi.the date,'vras. ,' and in_Louisiana'l t7 .'.>' alf-real fa.iwetU .. ,, '

; I 3W for the County DuvaL, for Letters of didn't tune could up to the store 8I1d,back without population'of:,8omp/7OQ080ulsk >Thistown is. done Iwown by'a brother,:bperatofj.': lMh> 'feurpence-a.a1Lpciy.! izN.' )

* 1 J ration on the estate of Andrea Lopes Wished calling he for a go dozen articles! .And,. ,when he entirely,picketted in.; _._. ,ir (k! '. rfi '-t t '. ha..a hnndredsJbcjws'of itbe: 1 ''sixpence.*'in'3MTyfinc1* *** 'tfi. .Pia!d'-.Ao\i Leu,!*;'-. -

Ie J. A. BARBE, Charl y's feet slapped ; Mthor, a Dot hu e 11._."( : '.icattne t : < ,
and"'ut"th'em' -- -
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came i :
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Ptefl2b of
JI e Qte
r 10th. 184 7. 6w 31XOTICIE. because) ;the b' him! piration ; f '
: him for c ing ;pegs his;father had on r.90:.,earst old sfrTelleyanoth rormonjiiottbi ft nnen ''-b.J...''?on t unfolding .,Wl8.*"" '. i : ,::. "B. 'Jrom' a case-' of ne-. '; -.

P or.fellow, he limped roundel }. ) r rite.d ; igh J l, nothing "a piece'ipf blank paper; ;, I Cage\1D.wbie1". M..1'J'was kept.. '':" :
SIl WEEKS The I '" ,
off ,
after he undersigned them pegse.ai H'
date gone, and then pulled ? miStake-supposinfP- .' \ tprifl9ifrbm had been wnUfm'K4UalllClownm..' 1 used;tc>kinar. r revengeful.feelings. ,... ti .. -
.Li1IlLpply to the Honorable the'Judge of ? the least calculation.., And now :
- Inch long at whorn pU # sttck -J -* I--* -rt _j__. I .- ..-aM11a.1n..u.ce. :'
roba.t. for.the County of Duval for Letters-of Mrs.-Brown' hints t a water pat1 they.'were. ... : ( 'f'o _'.1." L''F' '
AOmiuistration Just because -t' 'F < 'Y .1 ; ( 1l 1 1jfed ;aia'iit 2..T1 Ue'.wm' Used. 1 sq .Y WIoey.-rul1 to
on1 the estate of Sebastian'Esp. he'i'up.and 'otr bminut! ( ; Vhcou4n't'Brown ; The eit !iI14SbIYl'vegqt gi 14riiP : ncxNew. rm 1ii j ',from- t ke.tida tt; "-n' t6e"affairsofSaid l .:: ..: -

;: Deceased.. j. A. BARBEE.- go? Jut though: ,n"th 1 an nn"'eaaaDt.f1.h t"Dr.W'.t in.u Yorki. namelyiWashington. i th ;,&itJ( ?. .- ,fortbe. .g 1 rrobae,;,fr- t-. .

: .Pm1erI0th,18fl. 6w wasn't good towtupnb&Q! the w o reeteusaid: 6\ to.ne.ofzesyEipatblzlng (Aml'Jelquivir } y .( : ?" I 'tBo, !!. p. < -.

. NOTIVR. hiznthe differ ecifJ as, BTOn 1f'k 1i 'neighbors.I: 'dotha1f'd8ustfoo4 Bpi) 1 i\wn. I I L'.sU1.. ;..

A Pelsoua: havjng claims against_ ;(.'.1". ,, l'th' fmg-., "(IM "V'.., 'h : "tY *>- 5e"" "-'-." ,- '' '..",- '.
: hl&ee3. one :
: $ Or- on:atthia mte.'l' \ i l' t1 t .ij .tj : mo"Doit V.
Mfitafford.late ofNew 1eftakhicb.beheUU1flt. f
fTbe1Doctorha: r .
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a Deceased, will present. themto the ,and\see bow ife likes ifcbelieve ; hopei will ; What a dear man f1...\.f-. oj "" .... :1- ; 1, i.edi n...' sofme'r.. .. ;J. .
$r l w-within' the time prescribed by.law, Uthe' .P'rla nl'-Juew!! 3" tnotkyW01t": .. .W 'r Is?-'TjieSSJofWftcefa.b; eTsometlme {."S AS S .iif1.I.t.r..u. .:, '}1.-1 io1 '' ; ', : ---iY.:: ..: _

J&e Mb, r ;,and thoseindebted.'towate : a.iTirordof:!, !, '"Bought.wit is wonaer'tnej oesi,' Wit.mfftU Jj: ,aeTot cW' Jti d in Buffalo has-tried'this novel oeke.punih overabtdonotex. .. ::'. <'' ::. _
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face children'are B6idf
don't it too succeis."r The :
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.- -ACKS QCTOBEB 2.l,'184vr : I : 1iihe.25thidyf' Novembermext;; be ;: 'in. theofficeoftheJndgeofPro-i ; I in ii* ppodo *Joa.1i.oMecontents .Tennessee,.bar;.to,the teaomeofth )oP
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CAPT., CL/LKE'S C01LPPA' 'iYThe'kharlestonCanner for the office of:Assemblyman.Me; rs.',LEDwrrHjCANovA o:templating: the'manufacture. of cane sugar, I Ire subject conMdenibly_agitated- ,to I i,.each

: i of Monday last*'states* that"" "the ship; Orphan J- _: ,and PALMER_ ,'all'of them Democrats I can merely giro a:brief wxtliae. '.Thi firstshapter 1 :the_ ,ii;I Sb t
/ j would probablyleathk Ji&rbor'of.that ,'received: large:majorities,, for the offices c is devoted to the results of an analysis L Its limits. ,.whenever *..majority' of Ib.rhfie ..

t .tL city on the,same day for Vera Crux,with about of Sheriff, 'TaxA* essor r and;>County Commissioner of the juice front each of the three varieties of population shall so' determine. la re b'
): THE NEXT LEGISLATURE two hundred and seventy five troops from Fort ,respectively; [)taheite; Ribbon, and Creole cane.. _Chapter 'tMsthe; Examifter" remarks: to

from all Moultrie., Three companies'are on.board, and, the various ,followed*in "For tje,eneourageaQent of these.
; We have.received complete returns. .. *, y* 'w At thec5IITassby Judgeof Probate;,teadayi tady.treats of processes frleadt: :-r* .

i.i + ,1 the Senatorial districts, from which, it appears among them, that of Capt CLAEJCE.-. *'' ** after the. election* tt-,it*,*>was. dec1cj&to.. tlxrow. 'out j hemanufacture and,.refnin of sugar. -..Thiss 'can move say on dirtirtttly this subject: that rithinave Western ''YiJ1 a'VIII
,, ... 'f jn >' -> -? *- : l7lhOtt
t{; that the Whigs' have a majority 'of/w,in the HsALrao -SICX.' -' .the returns from all the precincts-.which-. ;'gave' i the fdtetportion: ;;:of/the work. The processes we'thf k in less than three mODthI.-.-

1 w' t': "., Upper House. We have also heard of all the Tuesday CHRIST last ,this" splendid THE. ... production--.OnMondayand. ofthegreat ,Democratic majorities}, to wit, those+ of Clay HiU, of defecation, filtration, evaporation bysiposureto of the Old Commonwealth has felt so keenJjher Thlapan

;i members elected, to, the Lower House except exhibited Mandarin, and Cedar,(>eek.?-The reasons al- ; :the'air: 'artificial_ currents airs. wrongs, that it almost resolvedupon leekb. a
American artist WEST, was in 1-g division of the State ,
, t ir* from seven counties. If these vote as they did : follows-: : Hill thrown 'flame"in" ') r"c. c ejessel8.byfsteam: inand ; many of her ben ptumt
; this place! by Mr MORRIS of New York, to the lodgedoutbecanee were asr ..: Clay was,--.1 >y. "open_ '.. declared that this muatbe.; But the
i a last year, there will be a Whig majority. of one delight of our citizens, who are. ,. seldom. .. ., favored' the poll' bookarid'certificates were >pen or close vessels, in vacucy'are clearly urged years ago,, and which we Pressed groQrJ t We u

1 ti fflV A In that body. with an opportunity 'of seeing any;of the fine drawn: or filled up !n;:a,difre"lent.handwriting md minutely.described. V Crystallization, dry- our friends in'the 'States name in J S tt;'will
ri; be
m# 'iV District. SENATE. ,sights, ,or hearing any, of".the:sweet sounds, from that of the inspectors' ,' although the latter ng., the -"working; of second products: and thee Legislaturethatahe adopted,and Western 1Je directed VirginS iJJ lain 1ri1t ask the
f 'S 1stO.M. certified them Mandarin thrown sad[ treatment of animalcharcoal also receive s to 1ft ri4
ti, 1 & .* Avery"W.4thBrett . :which are enjoyed by our more Northern.brethren : legally .,was l1S of slavery, and many,of her leading men, vied'*
'> W. '' : Mr. MORRIS intends to exhibit this'won- out because it had no' .certificate appended;to considerable attention.' The ,third and once,* itating this ,.subject. soatto/ 'r..,

;? } 6th-Floyd,D. :,.: !; derful painting in several, ,of the towns of East the poll,list. ..Cedar.Creek was thrown out,> be J fourth chapterseontalnanalyses: of several,, ;. hun do the
e "; 10th-J.M. Smith,:D. I left Jacksonville cauSe the inspectors were sworn In by the Clerk, I red different varieties. 'of. sugar.and molasses. as East' pleases;'Western':.
and for that neither to
y Florida purpose, '4 means interfere with,. e
k ffJlifi
r 11th-Moseley, W. ", this week. and, not by) one of their'own number. We. are, at present,only.y,. able,. to give the above 'slaveholders";than nor.to seek 'to.. -ehu he?

+ e ... 12th-J.B.WattsW., ., ; /J: ; The... effect of:'this has"been. to elect the entire I ratline of the contents of ',this valuable work, S WWfa&tott' **, frill Demand., 1&.tIc

13th-Sanderson, W.t. .'-. THE SAVANNAH GOIlGIA1'f.-T' capital paper Whig ticket.. But that ,which we will call-particular but we intend to ,allude to it frequently here 'W itihall'g'; to 'act-w this aurtrer} I'

1, I 14th-Burritt, W. comes to us in an entire' new dress. We: ,attention to. is the fact, that,the .Judge after. By means of the'information_ 'it contains, the upon._West:"' ma, _y.,de elf.'fit- ,. .This:is.determined- .

E.,t, .+ ''W 16th-Tracey, W. ; sincerely rejoice inghis evidence of the prosperity Probate, under cover of. .the,law, ie thus enabled a planter with the smallest- capital can manu 'Again-the Examiner 'd '

,!", .. i 19th John Costin, D., of a journal, upon which, together,, with to disfranchise three whole precincts,out facture sugar as profitably as'one who! has the land in slave; and free States.compares: ut'ot
r The
f4fef+ t Recapitulation. the Republican, we are entirely dependent for of seven,'and one hundred and forty-one electors largest. This'would be extremelyserviceable following
the results
as applied to
l ,1't' ,t Whigs. Dems. he latest news from the North and,South-west., out of four hundred and. thirty-two,-that. in this State:where a considerable quantity of "Instead then Kentucky:

*? '; ,,Held over, 5: 4 Success to a valuable friend, whose kindnessesto ,is. 'nearly one-third of all the votersin.the. sugar has already been,wasted\ from the wantof wider Slavery, of only, of one having hundred a land and valuation tines ,

'! 1 t fti Elected, 7 3 us, however frequently given, it can never County,have been deprived of, their Constitu- knowledge in relation to its manufacture A eight millions, three hundred !and ghtj.three-

1' +1 *i f be in our power to return! .. tional right by a law of the State. slight neglect in the open pan, pr'oces ,'may injure thousand six hundred, we should have hid:irifjk

t :u; ,( ;', Total, 12 7 -: When the certificate of Assemblyman was a crop of sugar to the amount of half the freedom; two hundred. and fifty-rixnullionl'one
:i SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW:- We have hundred and fifty:seven thousand two hundred
,.rt-K yr.k HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. received the.October number of this valuable awarded last year ,to Mr. CANOVA, .the returns value it should have. How' important then, dollars!! ,

K ;'r Esca.mbia-Quiggles i W. from St Johns Bar precinct having been rejected that the planters'in.Florida who are unable to The increased value of land,by emana do
!f% N periodical,and are gratified to find that it more Pa M
c J i Santa Rosa-Chain W. than sustains its former high reputation. We on the ground that ,the poll book did not afford the expense! of thetcostly ..apparatus ot under the e Ohio law of increase, wouldput into
pockets of skveholdersand
4 ,. .: Walton-not heard from. state the offices for which the candidates were Rielleux, should have their:business at their .land owners in
s + ti ,, are particularly pleased with the articles on theca arse of one decade, seventy-two million il
t 1: i voted ,felt at the time that it ends. s'
4 + ,! & Washington Mexico," and on "the Territorial Governmentof respectively ,we finger t seven hundred and sixty-four thousand dollij; 1
Calhoun gar that although the more than now have." I
the United States." The brilliant pen of the was a hardship upon precinct, they ,

i S y.p.at e,, ,,, i t.., Jackson-Tanner W., Hall W, Mitchell D. editor,Mr. CLAPP, shines with its wonted lustrein Democratic party gained by it. But the law LATEST,FROM MEXICO.Fjromthe,Savannah! ,It'is also'confidently,asserted that effort willshortly

{ Franklin-Hobart D. the critique on "The Orators of France was so, and the Judge fulfilled its letter. The Republican of Tuesday last we learn that, on be made in Maryland to abolish slaye-
i .. [ : it' Gadsden-Johnston. W, Bradwell W., Allison case is the same this year. The returns of three .:Monday evening, news had been received in ry in that State. Delaware, it is wen known,

t : ,. D, Shields D. "THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR."-The October precincts are rejected for imperfections appear- Macon from'Mexico, though time enough had must be counted among those States hostile 'to

t r t; r *'' Leon-Hagner W.,W. :M. Maxwell W., Banner- number of this useful agricultural journal, ing upon the face of the poll lists' and certifi- not elapsed before the departure of the trainto slavery.Are .

1 Sft man W,A. E.Maxwell D. comes. to us richly freighted with valuable arti cates. Adhering to the letter of the law, the permit the issuing of extra. The rumors are not, these facts sufficient to.saow that

!F t Wakulla-Crawford W. cles. Why is not thifi:worthy periodical more Judge has rejected them, although we are con- of a very serious character. Our troops are reported those of our slaveholding. States which are contiguous

# .'s a : ;. efferson-Blackburn D., Ross D., Taylor D.' extensively patronized this State' The low: fident that not another Judge of Probate in the to have had some desperate, fighting in to the free, are largely? InfedediriA

r o+. I ti,, Madison-Overstreet W., Henderson W.. subscription price, only one dollar, places it country has'construed it so strictly. the city, and WORTH'S division is said to have the Abolition spirit, and, what is more sissies

c r Hamilton-M. J. Bryant W. within the means of every one. Let every plan- These facts disclose a state of things most lost 600 men. 'The inhabitants were using,ac- ing, that it is engendered f among those wia in

ColumbiaKing D,Smith W. ter devote a dollar a year to the support of,a alarming to those who attach any value to equal cording to the statements, every species of missile themselves slaveholders, and have a direct interest -
jIj x't Alachua-Aldrich D. work devoted exclusively to his occupation and ity in political rights. It is evidently in the against ,our troops-even hot water, it is in 'slave property. What aid will_ dej

!; t i Marion-Scott W. interests, and he will never regret it. power.of any Judge of Probate to return just I said, was resorted to. Gen.-SCOTT, as a measure sections. afford.us, in the coming. struggle: Will.

;, t Benton--Jenkins D.DuvalLancaster such officers as he pleases. A majority-the of retaliation, had been compelled to order the they not rather inflame the fanatics of the

f.t, W, Collins W. "HUMPHREY'S MEDICAL ADVERTISER."- We expression of the'will of the people, is nothing. houses from whence the troops ''were thus assailed ,North, and encourage them to renewed efforts

t !"I:' yt t Nassau-Higginbotham W. ''- have received a sheet under the above title, containing It is only necessary to pick even the slightest to be entered and the inhabitants to be to strip us of our rights? It is the mon>i ncnm-

fit John's=Forward D. certificates from respectable and well returns bent therefore the true citizens of tie
flaw in the of the precincts adverse to put to the sword,: One or two other rumors upon ,

a, $ Orange-not heard from. known individuals in South Carolina, Georgia, his,favor, and the deed is done. If such an were reported to us which we need not report, South, if they would not be trampled upon tnw:

StLucie-" e and Florida; relation to the efficacy of HUM election is contested, the law is in his favor.- as we trust they may prove incorrect. reduced to insignificance and dependence: to

: i 't' Levy- PHREY'S remedy for,, Fever and Ague. Mr. The law, as it stands, places the liberties of the .exert. : themselves:-. in.; their own behalf, to exhibit

i 1 r+ 01"ough-Turnbull D.. ; HUMPHREYS appeals to the people of the Southto people absolutely.in the hands of.the'Judge of "Tn! LIVE OAK; appears to have gotten itself energy and determination equal to that whiciis

A : Dade-not heard from. patronize this, as a Southern Medicine. His Probate. opposed to us themselves'and
V ,'> The law. enables the interest or pre- into hot water with,its Pensacola contem- ,-to-rely upon

'' t +pr; Monroe-John J.Mitchell D. remedy is made in Savannah. His printing: is judice one man to trample upon the most sa- poraries. In consequence of the severe'indisposition not passively trust to the forbearance -of tSbsa

Recapitulation.Whigs <. done in Savannah. lie advertises largely in cred right secured to us by the Constitution of of its former editor, it is now conducted whowould wrong us. It must be rememberedthat

; Dems. I Southern. papers. .. He .feels. that although' he the State. by Mr. J.*D O'CONNELL? who appears to have abolition. is in our midst, and when our

.Elected' 18 14 : does not attempt to palm off a northern''humbug People of Florida,are you awa.rif the deadly been charged 1 in a letter in the possession of own' citizens are becoming its: proselytes,'U i is

i+ i '' Not heard from, 2 5 : some encouragement should be shown,him. power. with which you have,armed a judicial., Mr..BAtTGHEY of the Democrat, as a "fugitive fully time that we should be aware of our in-

V ?Mr.HUMPHREYS is an enterprising and energeticman officer against yourself"? Can you submit any from ,justi e." Mr. O'CONNELL retorts with creasing numerical weakness.

s +w= Total# .20 19 and has already by his liberal mode.of ad- .longer to a law: whichmakes an autocrat .of a "cowardly, base, and infamous scoundrel '_.+ .. ...,.

t vertising, effected an immense sale both of his !Judge of Probate? I "wilful and malicious liar,"-f'sneaking 'poltroon I etters from the..A.rmy.-A private letter from
; : t r MONROE COUNTY.By/ letter received from valuable medicine and ofhis other goods.A the seat of contains the following para
It is the solemn and bounden duty of the next -and "timid and contemptible wretch"!! war,
i : : Key West, we learn that the Democrats of Mon defect graph, by which it will be seen how difficultand
Legislature, too. remedy this gross in ;Plain English, this, and not difficult to be understood
costly it is for officers to a letter 8e1lhome' \
4' get
; 1 and Dade countieshave army
roe gained a ERA FLORIDA TAILORtNG.Weare
complete NEW
; IN
our law of elections. i We contend that it is unconstitutional What, in the name of the first printer .
4 ':'ti,,, t : :.. victory their whole ticket being elected. Mr. not much in the "dressing line" ourself, being unjust and tyrannical., to invest Doctor,Faust, is the matter with the 'Pen- u The only way of sending letters is'to hire a
b +.; i v7 JOHN COSTIN has been elected to the Senate bya one of those who deem men, and especiallywomen otProba.te Mexican express and him one hundred doIlars. -
i Judge with such power If it is to sacola press. The "Democrat" professes to be pay
_ ; S majority of 45.: Mr. JOHN J. MITCHELL is so many .Clothes-horses,'whose duty it Fifty officers club together, and each only -
be wielded by any one, it should be by the Leg strongly Democratic, and every once in a while thin
'' are .allowed to.write half a sheet of
chosen Representative of Monroe county,by thesame is to have,suspended upon 'their corporeal figures :
a' islature. No one individual should ever be per- it. opens a battery upon our Senators. The letter paper, so that the express .rider can secrete -
majority. The latter is a Democratic just such as it best pleases them
mitted to manage our elections as he pleases.The Gazette professes to be strongly Whig,and never them to avoid detection, which would be
y;' '.t' gain. shall be looked at,by other people.. But we can certain death incase he should fall into the
objections urged against the rejected poll opens its mouth about politics! ; And when the
fine dress coat from hands of the guerrillas.." .
",. Ma r4 ,; : THE NEXT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.- distinguish a a pea jacket, lists ,in this county were nominal, ,but legal.- "Live Oak" is establish,"!its proprietor taken A letter recently received from an officer in

'' i ; t Including Maryland, there have now been elected and a well made pair of pantaloons from a pairof The greatest one is the want of a certificate to. ill, and its new conductor denounced as .a the army, to,his family in this city,says:' "I

t t to the next House of Representatives, 114 drawers, and may,therefore, be permitted to the returns of the Mandarin precinct. These fugitive from'justice.. send the present> wrapped round the whip.handle
t an opinion as an ,inspector although of muleteer and have ,with a
tr : s ;. Whigs,-100 Democrats-3, Independents- express certificates should have been printed on the, inspectors : P faith; we begin I to think the yellow fever a bargained Ht
robber boot.
to letter his
we can never be the wearer of thing that u carry my ,
namely LAHM of Ohio of New York any certificate. 'We do believe there must have taken in Pensacola
PETRIE :not refuge ,; type.- is at present,no doubt, pursuing his gentlemanly *
is done in the higher style of art With this
1t, Y and TUCK, of New Hampshire,-and 1 Native, up are twenty.precincts in the State, where a lawyer With the spirit of a true.'Milesian, Mr. O'CON occupation, but is to call upon me. in a feW
f end call attention to the two advertisements
we "
f LEVIN, of Pennsylvania. There yet remain is not the clerk, whose inspectors' certifi- NELL states that he is responsible for every d ays.: -N. 0. Sal
of fashionable Tailoring Establishments in another .
Louisiana and :Mississippi, who will probablyelect cate can hold water: under the eyes of an ad- word in the sheet which i contains the! above epithets -
column;and beg leave to assure the most The suits! against the county of Philadelphiafor
6 Democrats and 2 Whigs,:and two vacancies fastidious dandy from a personal inspection of verse Judge, of Probate.' ,, The" J-W next Legislature,. and is ready, at the :shortest notices; to the destruction, St. Augustine's and St
in Ohio and Michigan, to be filled by Democrats. artisticai- effects : ; must remedy these defects, otherwise our rightof give satisfaction to any one who may feel, aggrieved Michael's Churches in the riots of 1844 are
the produced by .
The House will therefore stand thus: ,. suffrage is a farce.' by any of his remarks. .\ *J likely'to be settled by the payment. of damages.
Whigs 116 and also by :Mr: RICE, that they can find in ,The county under various pretences,: 'resisted

r E EF these gentlemen every quality which,can dis, the claim:for damages, and had ,a writ of quo
t Democrats 108'T play to the best advantage .theperfection, a SUGAR CANE. CULTURE.We WHAT IS ,DOING IN THE SOUTH.. warranto issued to try the,validity of the titles

Independents 3 have hitherto frequently adverted to the -It is,highly important in" the!.present 'crisis,: ,of the.persons representing the churchv Th*
t good figure, or conceal the defects of a bad one.' "
t Native 1 increased interest which is now being felt by which has been urged onward.by fanaticism and case was decided against the county in a court
i t : ;. As it has been the custom hitherto for the dressing -. ,below, and-'an-appeal 'taken; to the Supreme
-- East Florida'to the planters of our. peninsula, the cultivationof ambition i not,only,to'keep,a,;watchful eye,upon Court.;a The County Commissioners have how*
,community .,patronize artists ,
l Total, 228 the -Cane and the fact that the of abolitionist faction' the I
Sugar period, the movements :ever, thought better of the matter, and orderedthe
out of the State we ,that, .skillful- .
trust as .
Thus tho Whigs will have a majority, varying is not far distant when the profits attendant North!,'but also to,be.well informed as--to; what"is : appeal to be dismissed; So it is likely'noWi

' t from 2 to 8,' even if Wisconsin should elect professors taken up a of residence their favorite in our science midst,have they Snow will upon it,"and the,advantages', .,' 'of-our climate/will;, ;. :trlmspiring-;..in;our miclst i f")jfe db.nb, |believe,,' ,I that. the churches_ : will be paid for.-Nat'Int..

two Representatives in time. .I I make Florida one of the wealthiest States of the' is'the policy of.the South prohibit the discussion '
meet with the encouragement they deserve., I .' ,.' ''''\ it : \ :; A letter from 'New Orleans in the National;:
MABTLAND ELECTION.Two Democrats and< :.Un on.:t. ,The.immigrants from, Virginia, .the ';of the. slavery ...question"among, those Intelligencer states that since the 1st of August:

four Whigs have been chosen! as the Representatives MAIL TO'CHAGRES,.VIA ST. AUGUSTINE.-We i Carolinas,!:Georgia,"' and Alabama. ,'' 'every; who;r sidiIig'pintslaveholdingtStatcs; t possesssfikyerpwp '' ,$1,800,000 in specie has been sent from that' d<"

of this State in Congress. ,Although the .noticed some weeks, since communication in. naturally/1- /broth. "Hi> them a-prepossession. .. in 1. rty.have. i a_ $iree' | interest in.the ty drawn to)Mexico on Mexico exclusive by the of Quartermaster.a>large amount bills"
favor of cotton=and to the .production of ri htaWhich: ,affect-thai,'species property: o.... ':>- '
Democratic candidate for Governor is elected the Augustine, Herald,.taking the Post' Mas' :: corn, / : ; -e
by a large majority,the Whigs have'both Houses ter General and.'our Senators in, Congress 1 severely which-from) variable ;.nature of a seaboard ',and argue relation to*i it,:not through'fa.I' aii- Pols= .Pistols.-Colt_ is manufacturing an out*,

4 F' e er of the Legislature and will elect to task for not placing St. Augustine on' climate, a consider ..b 'POrtion of'Florida is ill cismbutfrbmmotive3.t'profit and t lose; Yetfatthe 'fit;.ofbis.revolvers. .for another regiment,.by pri"ifer
a consequently 'f '
4 C itheirU.. : a Senator.PENNSYLVANIA the new: mail route to Chagres, We thought at ads ted.- .'But'experienro:has,taught:':them m om.a :, same"time_ ,.if the.'J!ubjectis: i;;being i. )agitated that of the 1 government regiment which f experienced already has officers them .of say*;

the time ,that, our 'friends in St. Augustine, ny: valuablelesson,,and Wey'have atiengtb)!;, among'ourselves. ,\,without>any influence ,from thousand"an do as much'execution as five thou.,
?;., t ELJCT1oN.-The Government'I learned that Ito is.wisest,to.devote their labor. :abroad Vit :were Fwise-Jo'; discover;the" effect : -U
: "Ledger" re we asking for more than the ; : sand. could. with, '. .e." old:fashioned. arms- *. .
: : -
V ports a Democratic gain of 6000 over the vote of could, under any 'possibility, afford to_give.- and capital to those products J't which are.,peculiarly ; that'such agitation dias roduced, &' rd r'tob>e .'r

t Y ; 1 '44. No particulars are given. We are confirmed in this by a letter1 from ,the I ':fitted" 't8!the;;countryi...I' .:.:,".1.The sugar cane, ;.' 'fuUyawarVofih:.P.' robablelukewarmnesswhich. .\), --" "\ .__ ., ,., ( [eare,':was'hot pl ems ed,:tQ's,an ee Irishman that Sergeant, as"we Ryleydesmei1 .:could jth not

+ j ti : ince writing the above, we learn by the Post Master General: transmitted to the "Her 'I which, inSoutjiFJond: ':".,,and P:1: :some 'portions' certain sections of the,' ,South: 'manifest when: i believe-rrhe hails'from England. The.. NitorfcCommercial

4 Wednesdays< Mail, that SKUNK'S, (Dem.) majority aid" by' MT..WESTCOTT; and'p ublishedtogether ': of East Florida, can be'raised, to better advantage : our interests1'may-\ .be''endangered.' .With/this"'. says,:he,"was 'well known in_this.community. .

lor Governor in 25 counties is JI04'W ch with letter from that gentleman in ,the same than'.inN,; the West Indies]"ha,, $;accordingly .view'we, ,: .-... propbsVtocommunfca'te-_ ,,, ,,; ?,fewffaclsf. : ., He ,,,recruiting:: sergeant next to401 for'
and the rendezvous
4 j }+ is.. Democratic gain from the election in '44 of journal.. The Postmaster shows that $23,6 30 !snow attracted.,'" U-oi",1.;'atteritiori,"' !.' ,.":and;t/l'ifitieultiiatioii, ',. is,-
10,418. .spent on. the'Florida'service; :wuUeiha f o,llPed! upmth-ener8y1m1: 8try,atde ,'we. V ion of! Southern interests_ of .' il 'J1 j i Id :wen amanotvery: large fram,more: thansix:5' : '
; o*"" ifli i "t, -J;* -Ml > I/ fr -'limit to the advantages itwill t :In:Loalsvill'.1Ky" i n bushed'an An: l=Slabo feet high. JBe1 was formerly'? a sergeant in ,
whole. income from one State is only. $10,191-- can assign no ,produce : .. "e; ', thedfJ.66th'Begin .
;, r FIUE: IN RICHMOND! ,-.A'disastrous' fire occur- If' .-.these-,' *,new'J .Steamers. 'were' to:stop at.. f 81:'Augustine .' to'our.new State. M l-f$' .. ,,;rti1 f'. "'J..-."," ,'' ;4 vhich'bas, .''"-note'1,<'<.been... >,""in.. ., .eencesome ., .. "'" .. in Canada: .from eat of which the British he deserted, arm3'J.ltati; and'=e

) red in Richmond, Von:; the 10th inst., which nd Key West,.would, requlwjiui'i&ditibnafexpeMflof ; 'x\ .ItjffiUberecoUect ,:hat,by,,an Act.46f Con."March.3d .Jv*-four- 'J moAthe.__ ; Itis r-Sf.',:edited* ff 'J-by: Mrnj; < C.. to.this'city,: Shortly after he joined the United:

i destroyed $168,000 worth of po erty. ;'$15r 9Q; Pe tannuDi'while., ., ,i gress'approved' > ;1843amng; other: 'VABGHAN, }formerlyio'f) :South (Carolina;:abW1'oig States army, and, being well.akilled: in hjspro, '

,therevenue derived rom both} .of those post r offices ; a c rexxmineslions ordered_ _, to be:made nnYderth'e.aie abilities and most:.able-''and; philosophical :ifessiwv 5Y a* sent to WMtPoinV where ht'V ,. 1

.(bxlcaxtcArioThe: LI.y. ..Oak" sayifit{ together Only nmouutJ'-to' about:$800-per' i i ioXoi'<'| !eSecretary,t" : <'\oflTm7 't.writer.. ;, ;Hb. -'treatment L .. '. of- 'the, question ia asXdriUSergeant, ,.for:.sotiaeaime.Etohniond'*

,, has the following interesting; communications annum, .We., 'should. much rather:,that,_ ,sum, were, ;.w1a"oneiii';relation:: *to'j 1 SaecharsubBury -; exactiythat;. ; .inks. .. ,can produce any.effect 'kngiurer.; : <,
; r on DIt.and'OD Gyttocracy,er!lby,',a Deuterogamist -. 'spent'f4" '"in(the' .t-P-interior- -'-,- 'tha48ttte, for" every'' .4;oewould .stances ad'the art:manufacturing ,sugar.presentedat .\= c Pon a.Southern,, J community.r. .appe :.not' .Letters from:Sirasburg state thai'itis impos,
,r-4iOn' Buttes" by Ellen -;and "deeply -.. : ':! 'i ;'buti'to: et "He t area nble to conceive anythiti afore luxuriant: tif*:
a i :then be benefited by.it.-j '1't .ThiiJ hm been < t soMcC1tw' ,tq the ons : :'the ti i -
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;. thrilling sfceft* ot.h'Ed1 r; Going. to, ; .Bed- j Mr/WarrcoTT: > : hits Mr./.FAIRBANKS a' pjbver, 'nadctr.," ., 'e'.t.;" .',6bJor... 'sS'r-B1' : "aaII" .,d,...tha.-' 1 his. readersncf, a,,' ,<.<. 'r"f1'"abthtensi" _,..;> '...and,. \.>:. .1 ,'i., .the present .Tintage'-'.The price; itch of'wtineis rich and'abundant fAi1 ig"t'tthe.extreme.
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'+ SupptlJas., nb7oneoftne'Fnl, xnity.tyw I 'iI'. the knuckles;''for'insinuatbgiijiat f our:Jenatbrsvtv :res9 ttb ;t.: "'isiwb': 'fitted. ,J1JC\ 'li.. '0; ,seal fanatrci! m,Jl ttt', tea thgn4statisUeaY\ tables, 'ly;)tfhlleihat'of vessels! increases;t' in'some: dig

I *':BAcoaJy-TJie'&vannah/Georg: ; an. of have/ not'done' .their"ilJ' "-duty.and.' *:we*.""'ii"i"i veryjustly. %->' '' '-' :',the..klaat'. ioD.otCoD.k-. '" ..';'. WehaTe'receiTedacopyofthisTaluablepu ... ',' '.the o j eot;:of:which is fa ehotthst:8 Y.eri;.idII rtrjcts' the1aellers'wll'return[ back one cask,*fI

the J5t ist, i"1ta'notieesof!; "the,Savannah J > i :*,(j'We T warrant iy -, -J that ry t'J'the..Senators t" '"IV'of"Flodo --- 'tidahaye'iaor -' ,,. I'""'."it' 'TS-o" "v'Ssr cdooCTsii"i :5** V::jiUment r"'-! <"*""'.fill..'.';*#' ,.wi.!.I<.'J aPar' ....:.,:.'.,.,........er....?....,,.fut r;J!,.:.,,.i'.v....,'"'.i. ler.' 4""tj{' .. .-< I(wtie!; .1.!frr.hriie'MidMEfoponion:three'empty- d er'm..vessels' hV-.t.5.;& ;There. !. 'WHI'J-wiffl."vQvow. ,!cj.r,

market, :cts.. :. ,. ... '..public. ,.busmess-toittend.fo/i.. "TV', ," ., .fprwhich_ :., ->;:r-.I..i sire lreen"...d:er..our._:":,,a0ltnowi',, .*...! also" r"" .,.#'r' Par! '. r' ,.":l;<'.' '.0'. 4st' .D .- .- 11(;( of iraaanofle:)ir ,e1"rtaJ Ira -
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FORBEARANCE HAS CEASED TO BE A AREJY lth cIE; sle p.;7 ; Der'MllStene iSeeGJlfsa J.Oct. Ne.tl'II .: .H"'i eBt, ;I 'V1rtue'OfIS : --Jw il.'r1el F" ;'f' _

.' VIRTUE.The OredSe1TOtne'erw u1d smile;;. .. r.... 1i 'l7th.-Methrs. :'Dick\B' n&4. :M "! oti estoD 1'f1to':1ld ,.;, ftheUthtitDr1ct. '. Com'' _
Thlhowto.plea.se rWtHed'to 4' ; } try 1'.1' torm the citizens Jacksonvmi -and J. 1torthrm ._
declined toaccede think,1" 'f rs c iD J '
Mexican government having Geo ColtP,1ticb l1 -
Of. 'f'' ... tot ,ricinity that bbenc&themOR41SRES J rGlWi.Gatesis 5'' '
v' H. aern e liuiTyk
to the liberal propositions of our goT- Vot's'enmy. busumanobj4And ; ., Morris % i ))l : _
to .. "' ', and Lady: r"Jfrom 1 't- .J tUtabrancheain .1' lilA,'..2etze1pom 'aD d f ihailba "
eminent for peace, or even it would se m yet ne'er blended with myink :; .',. -:. : ', t,1ii', oh1 m'N Tcmb ': '
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them serious and respectable hearing, it ; ? PeMailSteainer: ;l 1s S&TaU md trnsU 18Un@nor"CutandlWorrnIlNi1Ip. : .,. !" '" .. <.. & ;
'rive now manifest a that the forbearing spirit and You now can go,I've got the blues. ,' -.' ;". .J: : ,nah Oci,20th.Mrs.. !Mra.Galpin,Messrs. .x>;merit A' Bhare of piablio;-+" ._-;fiH. w.1 1snpp4ft1ie c uOUrI.Q a.1D..w&: 'twn..1' 1.t' & '
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ls-expciseftt rtheCoa '
administration And drat me if I more invite teepx: nsteuatlyon; d L11d..trest: pubkuile'I ..front. .
object which has induced the .:. CramW.B: Robertoon., 9 CithedtUPer 1 s st French and:English Cloths,Cassimem,'and. 1eetings EI9tIze. iiitho. 17.1-: 0I'nJ cQOnnDe':- .Alhwe _

,I tender peace has been of wholly Medco-thl1t misunderstood.The we should Your help, not even if the {!New : Steam r! WmOstbii'fronr 8Iik'h l'If; :_ _'...".. ...,' ._. "..!-'. .J ',_.,f ; ..: .', :' .]1ghttitI 'and ix4erest,.:,1 h.the said Corneli-, _

propositions citizens all the damages sustain-- Should find no other yon to write.: ; Oct 2Oth.-Mrs Linds. 1"" J''I1.jBl d tII '. ALSo; .\nn... o.({-.1.4 ';;inade Ctothing, .1 31'.110r'hAd'. 6nthe7ldtH.; : tMa\RA! 'insad L _

pay td them Mexican during the war surrender all that 1 vonce did think that with,your aid,V: ;?j, ',, ay.AMiedaitdBWilliaxnsJ; dy'MefflW.J, ge..f.JSro1rn,1R.J' ", ,1 jai table!for.JacksonviUe.;;trade,1 Which will,be .l.0.A the..;fQllowing'; !jXaCqthjl' ", , ed by ? .th
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abandon jold cheap forC u hi ; # i.7P' A < a.n\'U" thOr _
, portion of Texas west o1thekUeCeS one-half, Upper High up Parnassus I might climb, S DimoEPoint1WB4: ;,:*Jacksonville,QctODer.l5H7. 'g :*. fw P1 I n6uthbf'afct4 r T ra1t; (r\the PQM',2'na of : 1 fI
New Mexico all Lower and And on the ,. -. ]l indsitua
I of own and height my breast unlade, ; dln.DuvalCoiy! StateofFloxid*,. '
California leave the imports the Mexican of our ports opento To keep the vorld below, in rhyme; : MARINE i.NT LLIGENCE.I i : '*':* ;; : ::1o1'icE' : '.if'*>asn*J ,. :i iiid:,bouuded.C tEe:Ion. b7 the StJobis _
all other merchants into 1 otUhQ East b '
: A LLpersonbavingcla1JnagaIJi1ttlZSEatate JrV Cr.eki1rnmI 1
confiscation and give But now I think Pve tried I)I w-w.Mio.nB
new duties, or even to the isth. enough, POIT;:OF':JACKSONVILLE. ,; OTOBER22. ,ffL.of.Loui;\Randolph,;latf pf HillsboronghBonntyj ,with the meandera of said;Creek to King's 1 : 1

up our claim to any right of way across all hopes of And just to show you, vot you've lost 4!' deceasedj-vfill present-them'to: the sub1 1.hence'along'jsaid.road,"to.lands,of Lewis Mat, '

mus-are so preposterous as to out put of the I.vould have urnieh'd all the "stuff" ,. .ARRIVED.,, ,It ? v t3d. riberithhthe vumej prescribed .by-law,' 1 JUT'}; on* the West "by the' St !Joha'tirfrer ': '! _

peace, at least for the present, ques- And paid the pens' and papers' cost .-Schooner.Hopej MitchelVN Y. f ,.',., J, or they.-will.beV foirev.er,.;barred j tand'all{.those I Iindebted thence running' :with the river,to .the place o1 .

tlon. determined by the ; IStl- do.: Han aU &JiiPickens'NY42lst.Brig ,to: said.,tate,,are,1'el'.ested.to makepayzntto Ixsglnning;'this 'tcl. conforming to a plat of
We understand it has been While all that you vould have toflnd 1 PJENNEDY toade ; C. ,Gibbs.
further overtures of Sophia, WymaiyNYw; :i I OMA8 mmy byZ. on file sin the_ St..
government to make no Mexico wants peace Vould be the rhymes, and sometimes sense 21st-: dd." Susan'Irigraliamj;'N.L: .' ''1 'It-; r f. jo'j' : .-'It t'" .Administrator. Johns' Circuit Courts under a 'deem of partition 1
When '
peace on our part it.V now in the But since your.course has been so blind 17th;:U.S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee;Chase) '1 r 3ampaFhi! : Oct.8th. 1,847. .. n2m. :> :; -ts made by the SC JohnsrBuperior Cwt,ia
e are
hereafter, let her sue for ; Savannah'via'Danen'Brunswick, and St, ala* r : ." ., .. :. ,. .. 1827 and jcontaming. :'about, six:hundred ncrcs. 'L1 4
of her capital, principal cities, ports, I say farewell, self defence! :.:--T-- 1S .. : '
possession ry's to Fernandez'B:_ sbee. Mefchandizeto .;'" NOTIOE.'" "tJf T Also a'tritt of land,known iatlhtStote Tract, 3
and possessions. Large reinforcements Vera Cruz sufficientto are daily I: vill not say that*I regret J Forman, .J 0 DevalUE Woodruff,. F.ernahdex. Ttf'j, "r-.(y a h i :#j & it,j e uttf'anddllrchom s bounded.on ihe-South by lands belonging to '

;moving forward from the, That to my aid you have not hasted & Bisbee: F Rice, Rev. White. ,. 1 it'may'conceriif t, '< *.' Lewis Mattair, ifthe Weft%the.King's Koadoa
: support the gallant column in present occupation ; 20th.-US. Steamer Gen.Clinch,JCapt Cnrry -' pAE'TIcEmatl. : ; ; } ,,the: subscriber' the North by, 'the 'North'orICor' ShennaW.
of the capital, Puebla, fco,and to open, But von thing I can ne'er forget, Savannah via 'Darien,. Brunswick; and St. .L'! will|apply: to the next Superior' Court of Creek, to the mouth: en 'and"-from1: tie- t

and keep open, the line of communication be- That is, the stationary wasted. Mary's, to Fernandez, Bisbeel rMerchiindize Na.au' Ountyoii'; .th ;4th";d ::of November mouth of 881d,:Creek t(the mOl1t1i of an Inlet ef

tween the seaboard and the main army. In addition RUGBY. H 0 Moss & 'Co. J Foreman,1,. WH"Agen. nexttab1istostpapj; a., lease.fromNa-: thesea, abontone:; mfle1 South tl1uriJe1W ;

to.and besides, the regiments now organizing Jacksonville Oct. 22d '47. 'Fernandez &''Bisbee.. '.A" rt.SOth.rSteamer .. .tl." t.l'W'Id"C'J,decease, to bimofjids in Light;Housej and on the East by the sea be&chy, 1 ,
and moving forward from Kentucky, Tennessee : Wm. Gaston; W CMendell, 'Kassau'c ty".A'swormcopthe same.beingoh'filein'the to the place of beginning-. conforming; a. '
and Indiana other reinforcements,to the 24 urs.from Savannah, to Holmes& co.. : Clerk's Officein the County of plat of sunreymade by Joshua JA. Cofeeon,file. .
We ,
full extent authorized by the law of Congress, are glad to copy so interesting an evidence CLEARED. ':"' f1SS3.u;;East_Florida. .. .. / in the Duval Circuit Court 'tinder 'a1 decree*of
called out at once to make certain of the of the prosperity of Cincinnati as is afforded by
Savannah Court fcr-1833
the 17th.-Steamer Ocamulgee,'Chase County t
security the army in its present occupationand followingfrom the Morning Signal: Nassau County/pct..l iS4iTaken ., and'fconfbrmed : .
Matrimonial.-There were 411 licenses '20th..W m..Gaston, :Mendell, Savannah:. ? ( by the Circuit. 'Cf rtf -the t)
operatiOfl8.Asthe marriage Clinch Savannah. County of Duva at5'the >Iay.Term/1847--con-l
20th. Gcn. Curry ,
issued from the office the VJ "
continuance of the war is forced county clerk .
uponus . ; lip, '; taining about'one thousand seven'hnndred and '
,it must be waged with vigor. The country during the quarter ending on'the 1st September. .- PROCLAMATION.- -- BY, the subs riber ,Qnj\Ionday the sixteen acres- each 'tract.-,'b ing"a part of'tile '
? .
conquered must be occupied and governed by The fees amounted to $205 50. ., 27th of September last a tolerablysmall Grant made by'the Spanish'Government to An-. 4. '

martial law, and its resources and revenues ren- t brown bay!MULE much "marked drew Dewees; on the'3rd, day' Septeinber, '

dered tributary in every practicable manner to Senator Berrien, on the stump in Georgia, I 'withtheco1lar on.both sid s. He is branded 1791,and confirmed td-bis widow'andneiriC'ettthe C'

the support of our occupation and government.We claims the tariff of 1846 as admitting a whig i with the letters C. and Won;; his fore shoulder 4th day of'May, 1804-eaid tracts include :

, are happy: to learn that there are ample principle! If it yields revenue enough, he : and'S. on his rump. The owner is requestedto the town of Hazzard,'the steam saw million the ,

; means in.the treasury (thanks to the operation makes no war upon it! pay charges, and take. him away from .the beach and ',the scite on which' the St.'Johns .. 'i
! of the tariff of 18-16)) for the most vigorous prosecution subscribers residence on the'road" b'etween- .tacksonville'and Light'House stands.

therwar, including the organization, A 'Gar"y's Ferryl.. -, .. ... .
young gentleman lately said to a little urch- ,. Marshal
I equipment, transportation, &c. of all the new in that was loitering about his premises without Thanks and praise 'are due ; JOHN.ROBERTS' ,Sen. I ,By his Deputy.G. Hranuunrs.. :

troops required, until some time after the meeting invitation, 'Young man, clear out, begone,elope, WHEREAS good people the State of Florida Jacksonville, Oct. 8th, 1847. tf U.: Marshals Office, .,, : \ 1.
of Congress. march. disfranchise vourself. disperse health ; St. Augustine. Sept.17 1847. .
evaramtA. --- I to the Author of All Good for the H J
t Mexico would never have offered terms so ,disgorge, cut, be off.'k which--------7 the boy, prosperity, and other blessings which we, asa :Before, the Hon. Thps.\Donglas, I N. B.'Theresernti.on.of.ouracres i including 4
if she had "
preposterous, not" be n encouragedby uspecting his meaning, said, ;if you don't want people have been permitted to enjoy during, the JUDGE Ot THE -ClECUIT CoURT; Y' TaE :jELlS- ; t Light House, will first.be offered for 1

the"no territory party, by the Nueces party me here, why don't you tell me to go home and current year: JRiT TERN CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. sale; as above(, and the .remainder in.separate. J '
and Mexican party at home, by the party be done with it ?' ::Therefore it is proclaimed that:THURSDAY, The United States, .1 Petitiou''fOr tractsnadO'knownon. the day and at 'the plaoof m r1 i

which has denounced this war as aggressive, unholy the 25th November next, be set apart to be observed w. purchase ,of sale. Jti: iL

,and unjust on our part. Let us hope,however Wisconsin.-Gov. Dodge has called an Extra throughout the State as a.day .Thanks 1 .TheHeirs John t 'for a I NOTICE.' ''sM
t that her recent treacherous and vindic- .
Session of the Territorial Legislature, to meetat giving and Praise to'Almighty God., McQueen. F rt.; Persons directly or indirectly inieresteo 1 ;
tive course will rouse and unite the nation in Madison, on the 18th inst. for the express. Given .under my hand and the great; -. STATE OP..FtownA:. DTTVJU. COunT, 'J1'EAS; ,ALL hereby notified by:,the'imdersighed,'

the prosecution of the war, and in exacting'from purpose of originating a new attempt to procure [SEAL..] seal of the.State, at the Capitol" this iTEBN CIRCUIT. that,in conformity with an Act:of the Legislature ,
her, by military conuibucions, as far as a*State Constitution and be admitted. into the 15th October To Hon Thomas Doulas-Zudge:; .Florida, entitled-"An Act provide for. '

practicable, its future expenses. Union. 1847.W.D.MOSELEY.' ., THE Petition of Chandler. Yonge,United the re-establishmentoftheRicords&ftheConn-. '

October 22, 1847. r 13, Attorney for the Northern District ,ty of..Columbia-, for other purposes,1''approved tefef
t Northern Mississippi Country-Territory of Mr. Longworth, Cincinnati, writes that he n- All papers in the State copy. '..' of Florida, andrAgent of the United 'States of .January,6th,. 1847, she ha* ,filed/'in the
Mim .-We have been much interested in has made from his season's vintage of Catawba : America foir purchasing certain lands herein-' Clerk's omce. ,oftheDitrict"COnit" for said '

listening to Gen.Verplanck's description of the Gripes, 6000 bottles of Champagne, which pro- Runaway Negro Caught. after described, respectfully ahem unto your County; paper writing,' purporting' to bea i '

Upper Mississippi country, which will be comprised mises to be of a superior quality,and'will be fit TAKEN UP, and committed .to ..jail in' Honor, : 4.- -' copy of a schedule of her property owned'and* 5
in the new Territory Minnesota. lieU for use the next year. JackSonville Duval County, a' negro, That the said,u United States. "contemplating3* held at the time of.her.marriage with John W.' 1 .

the fourth white man, in an official character.: t man, about 25 years of age, five feet six! purchasing certain. lands '''situated:on Amelia'' Towers, and filed in accordance with a Law of- 11I .,

who has visited Leech Lake. His predecessors The Constitutional Convention of Illinois inches in height, black complexion, Island,- for the.ef Cti n'of',det 111'i .works s:: the LegislativeCouncil oCFlorida'i: ppTOTed t

( were len. (then Captain) Pike, as far bock as have adopted, by 'a large rayority the following and gives his name as FRANK. He says tHat contemplated by'the Constitution, described'as March6th'i845/entitiedt; "An,Act--t to secnre."certain'ingntaito j
1803, Governor Cass arid Mr. Schoolcraft. amendment to the Constitution,of the State. .he belongs to Richard Wisenbaker,Lowndes follows To wit: Korth.,of.Eagus creek,!.bounded women.7- "-'' V' hAnd

From the mouth of Crow Wing river, Le travelled -:'The Legislature shall laws with adequate : County, Georgia. North East,and West,byihe'water .River also'a' a" r'Writin.rt -be'&
for one hundred and thirty wiles through penalties preventing pass the intermarriage Theowner is requested to prove property.,, St.'Mary8;'and'tiouth by marsh''of'gaid Creek, copy of the last will,and,testament of Henry V.: 1

series of small lakes, but in making the por- whites and blacks,and no colored person shall pay expenses, and ,take him away. and 'by lands of Berhelot'r nniiig North'470a.; i,Ellisv, late of said countyy _The original,:having 4j

tages they found themselves in swamps sometimes ever under pretext hold office of J. A. BAR EE, Eastfronmars1i this/boundary: .the'gaia' 'been destroyed'.'by ,fire on !therfirstdayofNor.Tembef '
two feet deep. any any profit Jailor Duval County. lands owned the Heirs of the'said John
or honor iu this State." ,being. by 1846, tEe introduction, of.said. copi r
Ue& Lake, so called by the Indians from Jacksonville.. Oct.22.:'47. tf_ McQueen, who r beYond..limits of the. made for tIe;purpose..ot. perpetuating \the ob.
the number and size of the leeches iu it, is most State'of'Floritts. jectl10tthE(riginalpapers. ,' : I : ,-,,''. : .
f .
The of New York has TAILORING. 'I
beautiful Gen. V. does not hesitate to pronounce governor designated FASHIONABLE Your Petitioner' further shews unto your 5-' HARRIETfPOWERS (:

it the finest sheet of water in the coun- the 25th day of"November to be observed. as THE UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in in- Honor, that the said United" States,' and the' 'By GEo.RMcCtELLAic"Ageni, ;:,. .I
It is about miles and in Thanksgiving. the citizens of Jacksonville and ofEast'Florida of said. land "'able'to S
try. twenty-five long, he owners not being agree LittteEiyFliOct.lI847; : Snv :
places,from eight to twelve miles broad but at generally, that hehasengaged for.the sale and purchase'.thereof," !he' prays .. 7
.Stale of Florida Macbun C.u1y.1
it A well Guircea. The clerk of valuable services of Mr. J. .J. BURTON late of 'will' estimate', the -t ;!
points narrows almost to a river. won parish that this' Honorable'Tourt !

From Leech Lake he proceeded to Cass Lake Winkleigh, Eng., has a salary ofa guinea a year New York City, as cutter in his establishment" how value of said land,"[have. survey thereof. made] i WHERE.iS.has Benjamin this-.day Hopkins applied,of for.St.Letters Johns.,. I':

and Winuebigoshish Lake, to the Oberlin mis- i for winding up the church clock daily. To and begs leave to suggest that'he id ena- and.order a conveyance of the same to the.United Adnunistration on the jEstate; of SamuelEigleiy .
Station where they obtained wild rice and I earn this sum he has to tra.vell02 miles ascend bled to do up as fashionable and highly finished States for the.purposes aforesaid. deceased late of:Alachua This is I
i county.> :
Mgar. By the way, the wild rice of this country and descend 29,000 steps, and haul up eighteentons work as any tailor in, the Southern country. Your Petitioner further prays the Heirs of to;cite interested to appear within the

he deems better than the Southern rice- weight 26.000 yards! Verily, this is not He trusts that the high reputation'which' Mr. said John McQueen the Grant, to_wits the time prescribed persons by law and make objection .if-
It ripens in the month of August, and is the an ecclesiastical sinecure. Burton enjoys in the various cities of,the Atlantic widow of the'late John McQueen, son of John have to thegranting, oti aid letters,
they :
any .
seaboard will induce the of East Florr
main reliance of the Indians during the winter people McQueen the Grantee, whose Christian name is _
otherwise .
theyW1U: granted. 1' t
: for their The is of ida to award him a share of that'patronage to Petitioner.unknown William McQueen S ,
months sustenance. sugar Maryland.! -The majority for the Democratic of tho your EC.1-wJLSON1: .
distributed out
which has been hitherto
course the maple. lately:of XouisianvRobert: McKay, and Eliza
candidate for Governor is 660. In the Legislature JudgeProbatesOfAlachnaCoSept.24th,1847.
t The country on the Mississippi from the St. the Whigs have 5 majority in the Senate, State,and while he feels grateful he feels for confident that hich thata McKay,late of the State of'Georgia and-their ,. ,i-:1: : 6*. .
Peters to the Crow Wing rivers, is mostly oak. and 30 in the House of Representatives.A he has already received, heirs: John P. Williamson.1'andEliiaWilthmson "" -'
openings, with some small prairies, and is evidently continuation of it will be merited by the superior and their heirs i and all other'heirs'of. the .NOTICE.: ; .p.i; j'

I a fine agricultural region, capable ofsup style and. low' .price of all work that said John McQueen the Grantee;and all persons ALL "Persons indebted to'the estate of&um. t

i porting a dense population. Above the Crow southern paper, recommending a man as i may be entrusted.'to. him. claiming to be owners, or in any way interestedin el E., willey, late_of -Lo eS/County; .

r Wing,to the head waters of the Mississippi and the Taylor candidate for some office says that :I GEO.L.S.GOFF.' the abOve described lands, their legal Representatives Georgia deceased,,will; make,immediate-pay. :: -
wound Cass Leech and Winnebigoshish Lakes he will be found true to the principles that have Jacksonville... O tober, 22d '47. 6m.' and Guardians, be Ordered to'be meht to'the ,Subscriber;: ,and ;those having
it may be called a pine-opening country. The been so emphatically avowed by the old hero. Brought to Nassau Jail, and appear before this Honorable Court on the claimS agairist said estate must 'present within tbemforpayment1totlie the:
species is mostly of:the yellow pine and is excellent -; Third Monday November next at Jacksonville ,
the.16th'or August last a
negro law .will be barred of' .
time requirecl by or they .
abide the
for ship timber. Extensive mills are '1: wish I were horse,' said a loafer the,other who says his name is GEORGE.:. Duval, county aforesaid decree WM.] D. BRANCH Adm'r.
now being erected at the Falls of St. Anthony I would drink tON of the Court in the premises.' recovery. '
day-'then my whiskey out of a negro is about four feet ten inches ,the orders Marion County, Aug.20, 1M' 8w '
by a Boston Your Petitioned prays necessary
company, to saw this timber very bucket.' and supposed to be about 25 years i
largely, for the southern Mississippi Valley.nereis .- of light complexion, and says he'belongs to :'may issue to the. Sheriff, of other proper officer .-,' Ad IuistratoisNodce.! v ;f'A
comparatively very little white pine in a man age, named Johnson, who lives on the \Vha- of the .Conrt, requiring him.t-mon a''Jury ,LL!;Persons,having demands against the state -. 4
J'fesmerism.-At recent mesmeric lecture in '
that a the Statute and'for' such other of William 0..Thomas'late of Alach-
section.A as required by : .tt ", ,
is to
hew The owner requested ome ,. :
part of the session (of 800,000( acres) is tow Exeter; the lecturer having as he fancied mesmerized forward swamp. property charges and take and further relief as to your.Honor shall'.seeth. ,..county,. decea.s1' ,m r present the' same.
a table and a man's hand, end by some prove pay 'meet to' t : f.- ; the .sub-
the future home of the withinthe time prescribed by.laF.to *
Wisconsin. means held the two so effectually,together that him away. And your Petitioner;as in duty'bound, l'pi'' scriber, rth: frill; D f.i'e er,barred. ,;nd.all; j
[Daily Jailor Nassau .
: county.
.. "
it'all depended on las single w ft whether they ; ever pray &c, *A': -C.1 C.: YONGE'S those indebted make payment. ..
should ever again be parted placed a shilling Nassau COurtHouse, E.F., Oct. 81847. 1 tf .,. ';.t'J "" >',
:,11. S.Atty. & Agent, &c. : :; t: 'ALLEN, .THOMAS.Adm'r.jeptember'17,184v .
If there is any body under the canister of in tempting proximity to the hand "in a fix,"' Sheriff's, Sale,' .FOREGOING': PETITION, having.been, i8w J -

heaven that I have.in utter excrescence,' said and exclaimed, "There now, my man, ,if you virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued out of read and duly,;considered1 on motion 'of. C/G.: !, : ."U"
the excellent Mrs. 'it tale-bear- can take that shilling have.it." BY Court for the bistricf East :V .. 'NOTICE. ''
Partiugton is a up you may Superior f Yonge Esqr United.StateS.'Attorney',for the date 'the
.e.r hid slanderer, going about like a vile boa- "Thank you," said the honest fellow, as he very Florida for the County of Dnval, I will ''expose Northern District {Flpiida, and Agent &c. :SIXWEEKSafter; : ; Honorablotbe, .undersigned1 '

wnstructor, circulating his calomel against hon- coolly dropped the coin into his,waistcoat pocket. to public sale'in front of the Court' House in tJ e. ;IT,is HKRicBY-ORDBaEb: ; Thatfthe .said Petition : ., for the'Cdunty of Dun for Letters Judge'of8"Probate '
est folks. 1 always know one by his phismaho- Town of'J ooksonvil1e.in said cOunty.;on the be filed in he"office:>6f-the.Clerk of the Administration the teofJosephAlveres t
gny. It seems as Belzalob had' him first in October next between the legal 'Duval'. and on
stamped Monday Ci rcuit.Court for wuntyjiaforesaidL! said deceased ;'"" '"-! "
r1th his private signal, and every thing he "Woodman! spare that tree. .' :. hours of sale on that day,'a erttiin'negr female ttiat the same be'set for tearing ton the,Third ,late of .County, JOSEPH BARBEE.'

i J? appears to turn yaller.' And having Cussmeifldo. slave called Chloe, and her child George, ta'kcn Io day of November nett At thi,Co rtffo tiS,: .!w&? *" ; T6w' '
JjgJ1 t.hls somewhat elaborate speech, she was "In youth it sheltered me.:' in execution as the property Joseph K; Lancaster in the Town of J cksonville.j"aror; idfin;'sai&tLlefoi.e August. ISthj, # . .fT

emulcent with a fit coughing, and called for some. Bill, 'cut the. trunk in two. ;to satisfy'' execution in favor of Gould 1QH ,: ge' :i! w 'H i -' :_. ,in ,Circuit,Court.. : ..., &

drops.Jai1toad Banks& Co. THOS., LEDWITH of the:Jtastern, tircuic,, op' tne i,estate' aioresaio 1 EASTERN'CIRCUIT ;OFFLORIDA: ..,
"After all," said Mrs. ,Partington, ",begin to A ug. ""'., 1847 Sh.j.'l.. '". [or:any;other J mj; :of a CircuiJ.Court of the tCOLUMBl. COVNTYB. ., .. "'S!" .a
&ding.-Tho cockney Dort hy think that those persons are right'who say.that 53pThe above sale 'has been< postponed'itd, said State,vrhomay'\th'en|and there'holding ; 'Josiah r T Balden- ,' -'J' "" J .' 'A'-- !!
1 says: "We mean to go by rale- our government expenses might be r trericheQ.J the 1st.Monday inNovember.next1';. "::J Courier otherwise, actang'for.hini in said Circuiq -' i' '' .i% i'T <' ,jt 'I i iI I _Bill of 'eompbj'Q. ... {!

ltit M'Wa.s Which i' is tUo only way .travelling now ; in the matter of powder and_ 'shot, for instance DISIIIIO 1,11T' ION.toll: (yti' ,} i ] ,',i"l -V). ifc '. .:* / .t" rtrtMi1AND I 1J'ohnW. C."Loud & Henry t ,
not for not being able to stop if: yu what' a shameful waste! Why: .it was I. IT' is, PURTBER ORDERS: -That :theHeirsfof R Sa.d4Ier.and John Is i.N.cUTf '
I&ut existi ;
heretofore .
oCthe to, and the being locked in and the noiseti only last week that I heard a military'man,say THE ;Co-Partnership &, gun this-*' said'John" McQu en,.[the:Grantee Lewis. :, 4 : jta

h.ttuiges and the smell of the smok from that out of-every hundred: shot fired,'' hly one. .'. .: firm of.Bellows Santb/'ls'and ThomasB of the lands in the said;Petition'mentioned:'andjdescribed ? eD'made to appear to the"atiSta ,
_cttimmeney hible and the. rattlin, and the not took!effect. Now What can be the. use; of 1 i gthe'other'ninetynine1" day dissolved is by hereby.uthorized mutual 'consent-to'c611ect all<' : ,] andalLpOr: ; n8 claiming.to.:'be. owners ; 13.having! ; the,Court:':by.:%: da itt tiiarJ6hii?' I ILwisoneif
.IItUlg Bellows
the tose.c nothing of the country hand : :, < and'to,;settle all business' .or insnywayintested: in the,said 1. land '-- 1 the f'above named Der i ndant8'f"tl '' fsii
and ,
danger notes accountS' '
of being blowed knocked off ,_ nS ,Fldrjda"s d beyOJid
or ,State'ot.
the rain I do up ; ; -. H' it now outstanding of.the abOve firm:". .' >w ; *V their legal Representatives;Giiai-diais/ sides cut.'oUhe thek ]
think ;
; hit would.be.perfict.? In the Mexican, Language, a kiss isi.written ?THOMAS:B. BELLOWS,* .each and every of them.be, ,,and they are hereby: thejllrSlsdiction'orthis: C 1r .ujojy, fn' f. I

The Archives tlwa.-.TennamiquiliztKf' Think, of asking a JOSEPH'SANTO. required,- cl/,be,"and.appear before-; the '.iaid'Judge cityofSaia.iiiiahin :the Stto' f'GeorgiTh'ereforej'pa 1'Ijr/: 4 !!'
1 Israelites says: :It is calcu- *{Vt 4tJ. at the time and place.last'aforesaid,'and' motioni'bf Charl ZCpeF4 !
ltetI forgone. 8th 1847. ; ,
October : .
that pretty girl, v Jacksonville : ; j : :
the total? number of Jews spr-ead over .. .- L then and there to,'shew cause,.if anyJ they.-navepxi Solicitor"for,the Complainant tj 'I .. "p' -,
resurface! of the'globe is 6,090, 00 of souls.0 .7.7' I -: '. ,,::::NOTICE..w: ;;,, ;} ;,: can.shftw;why.the Prjiyer.of',theTiaiil!Peti. Jjf.if Ordered? That tbe'.twd'Johft'Lewis-. w :''* '

T11 these rihts, 180,000 are in the enjoyment of Cl- Singular Cann .-Expanding"Bail. -A. i sin., oA: :LL persons haying: claims againstthe.Estate'xjL .i tio er 'hpuld'not be granteoV.OTHERWISEthey' and he is hereby requiredlt6lapspearandanswef -: '

& ,, yinjo 1 oo in the United States.of gular1y constructed and'lost dstrut +e iis.sue7 of JUanuel.OlivillajlatetofHillsborough:. j Ulbe,adjudged,itixdefault anJr.the'prayer''ofthe' the.sajd BUl/ofiCompbint,''-r-withuifoar' '

&j enC'.1 >0,000 in Holland. 10,000 Belgium, called the "Expandi g Cannon Bal," i1 ex; cO3inty; decascdiil1presentthern to,;the ubberfrwith4nthai.timevprescribed said,Petitioner,trill be granted accordingly: month;.or-the.same'.will betakena. 'coBfessed'jActtums -
90OOO> 111 Fr nce. In England 20 9.0,are' hibited by.the inventor/Mr William'Beals of 'law ;Thaia 1.: ,. *r-" *". '
AS ,. ; ; by'v ,or). I: fA rlT/iviTiiTBtORDiRB ; copy It M ni '; *? \f
yet Incompletely emancipo1ted. Boston at Mechanics' Fair In that, city. ''It1 "they. will be)barred, and those indebted to} the"said .of said Petttipnr-and'oftiiisiOrde I'I';,!'dnly:* ertified i ,"v J Jtf' I ferOrd r ThatacoOTof. this; ... '
is constructed. that immediately"on'l aTingthe Estotew.Ul'm4ke"paymentt4 '.r,*'}'' .b the said,perk,be dfoiP-'b' order,'duly. c'ertifieoVbr theJUlerkof: this Court 45news&perrprintedtY1thm

cA f wi' of *.-The Watcrford '(Ireland); cannon four strong and savage looking knife '' 1; ,-v VJLIJAMjASflLEYJ Adminiitrator.Tampa .' I cutelynThe News," public Newspaper torfUl p.Cou m.f r \beJpwblislied.. |Ii1ef'If'- ..' v' ,

WJSw! n startling announcement in &. blades extend some six'or. eight inches in:every *\ ,.O.cfcSJV 18471&.. & i S H' ..t.rl printed and published 11i.the Townof:Jack-' ; th!i "era.'CSrcuit". ';:.- ..
l:6'Ii.cle respecting the Pope of Rome. ."If direction from the ball ;A''horrid'looking and : I e nfl1eafOesaid' ,; 'J -.:t. r ', "''KK2fr'WSS i '
4nt. Hundred i-- : J'9TJCE. uit f 22 '' ,.. t' ; '.1
thousand fighting.men destructive weapon truly.rt"'tU ; ; .
h.ca.ha,6 them for the asking in Ireland. r. : .,.._4 "- ".. ,,{,\. ,".< "J" J'-. : ,f"8 hereby giveithatSIX MONTHS after dit<&, 1 1i .of October :A, t" &;' .T1t.1JOUOLAfkJI11iMl. "
"r't 1JJ i\ v8hftll.aSte'to'th JudgB f 4hi '- Ll'l iJ tl'C:1z, !L'::J.:, j
d. ; i 1' i <3-} \Jrr' 'I ; Honorable "--v>' -.5 : .__ \.iV1Tf i 1
At td. r. ., t tC'i1'of. f
itt? Phila4elphj in December Senator Web- 'Horn:They:ittf'Dickens Ms ,jwho.receives t suchimmense / ; ( qttchge t. t Cunt1, 0J\'mY'd: ::1' I;D.IJ; ;%"<.'" "u.!. t-q", .' &* "i"USJ""TYyfT off ViZb5tW:)s :>& l'4 d A't. "; 't. '<.:f4 J 4" i1I"1: Co1iimb1a'4ountyT: .:1'1f -r, ;, ; { VI
aJj eurnfrm ubTJshehimself .
.rd' d '
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duty obedience : u rely..eeps : o theiEstate.of' E' d-co t) :
to o?PttT soUiers ja }f t.Ex P.An "t..ST oJQwJlrClerkQ
u :o Tif' : &
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colUIIW\d of out prison. Eugene,Sue spends thousands ler ia' fai&ouzityideOeaad. J -it" j'.f; ttl.t 1
At Springfieldttt W1 be. op' .
snperior& ,WHH : rtJfy.lthct..tio'V8) y ,
ted Irt i; a4teii.Ci C Jlt ofthoState: otlloncJa."I'I ?.I; do.hef by ., ,0' )
paIntiiadt'4object "
to 'every '
them year. }
t their } ecu torJfr fte N
Vesta they tarnished arms' .. de vert" ;Tbelr..wastes his' great ixcdmofrhorks1ngi4Jng : : .P MASETJ ,: :,U _Wfi VM Xllfl! !, ,VtCjUfc_V r:: *d. ,WMW*Vj .do. of.an order duly.made ana entoi4 m'flAbOTe : : ,'
)Jo. > >Vera Cruz, 'C'-erro Gordo, mgmndentpjiar.tie8 ? it Ji.23'dt r 7..f.Jt.w. m !jit ti|oJ b ::true 5 cop. ," f : enttl4 ase (onthe 7tdy*' .\ .' ?;

k iI ,_ .'. in his splendid h .telln. he, Palace*?*.:/! Li.e -1 (-;.--.-..trd.tft.' .O JCElr.. ;n'' f.r- y"f "the't.r li-VlAt etitfon'fileo** mb".dfihCOrUeff.made Vfciff 1 to : sept1berAD.i.847; $- .:'11 hffl eu';:!t 1;.f fl..t J; .. ...",,1 .; .
1 \'iiliiutoj \ .,p-lb
1 dYictarrnio: :wh 'wli bi Pe rtOar' ,Q IXWEEfte'dat".;tk e' runiersigued;.: cmiii!saw' entitT; cl (jausej on tthis..:" .+-.. 'p -: ,+tIriVJtn&O''fI' . ..I1., 2'1J"dt"d"th" seal of said-.' ",'., ,
) ;4at Ai' farm h iiJuae Probate ofColumbia'County. O CfeW 1".A..v.,1 j t fMi 4|?C ":. "rlW e 0
usa ,4,1g: BawTaii 01'4 since by the Ci en KlD 'f'i v s1ies'th 'fiu1l"ot ,OwillipploWB ; -"\;" ."-- i\LJ !fe5 if thi27jhflayQf .
; ig, 4 the8. 1ngeot;:some mght'T1 Notre Dame*'and':,other: great.Jmasterpieceaon; !for letters h eV administrationoh t I :; .v'-lw5.1 W1TSES3"fWiiKiLEor. I..hereunto'* I .I-. r iCourb b reuntd'4 A. D.ex 1S47t'd fe8. -. .
v./1 On the graa tQ blellcu.tJ'9d old gothic furniture, and other old'rubbish/for thecetate of Samuel MEWt1IOd i6aaed.' fT.. a1handadffi, : tb .1eII 1.C1 4,4 .: ; September

said lie; 'is ht I"call,an attempt; to, his mansion:ifi-thePalace .dejaoyal&r-- 'J tI iHA1YjELLIOTT..t. ,? *, Ourt. OCARRTClk.- '. : ., .;SCARBOROUGH' ,'CterOctR ";
f, coU9lintQfu. ; k il change Paper. .. '** 40 1 I Alligator* ,Se{>tem er. lthl'47, w October 15,1847. 4w' lR47. '4m. 1 -

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-'"' :' SOUTHfEtR: E R" :r:7: ; ?W AREOUE'OP" .t" CR1'1A .1 MONT1PtBt.
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'I Ciactrrr COTOT-SOOTSDCBW CIRCUIT OF FLO WDA, I TO TSE" CITIZENS O'F'SOll7'Ir C.ABo. August J : c:: .. ..IOiS "" .'f.\O
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t4 1J'( roa xmtCogimr ;OF HILLSBOBOTJQH.. P'.RiNT'8tR&IfiY: ;;. : Q EALEDPUOPOSALwiul. ; be.;received 'Iif'
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[! T*' .: : ,"*}:. Bill for PiTorcCb : .\ !TENNES8EE ..jw4 r k ki C .u,Str t N \ :n'O. ctobn tat )O'clok ati u'1fori j the To, = ceinOcthber next, and.16 b*i. rf
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: .PliaS. R ) ,/ .* : LOUISLA.NAK.'Xtr-: ;: -f !* "" ,.'...," .'. 'V.lo : ,1 -i- \ '.19'.1 .lJt" .' purchase of the interest octheVLnled8tates at regularly;thcrtafUr on or about the lflt thIf
L1 :. ; appearing fo the.Court from s 'the/;Bill i filed? "*LLOWME to call you*.iU tItOne of Lmm ,d11D"mSQDi ei. 'Em1r; IJEITT and in eijuityj"ort1J e'F9P e'.. 'h hereinafter .ofeuqmonth.. ; .; ....
i- If L. threatestiand, most'asefaV'medicines. .. ,, .
p .' .this cause that Permelia' S.HrBobarts ,.. .'d escnibedpon:1theterms d co ditIonsiien.: $ ; I1I'; i;t,5 :1 ..
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1truII.. ever disCoV iedJi<< It''is not iny: intention to tax ; 8LAE5LEE'; &JDS 9 ) >
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!''theDefenclantinthiscase, resides oat, of this.6taty : ': l: .' "- i .tQE'Y"S': \ : ; l
} BO that of law cannot be served you'with a-long tiresOTneladvertisement: ,. '(,, oiiWtIie J spacious?FIVE STORY: WAREHOUSE : ,,r .-- -' I .
process r .f WULCATIOK
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*! I before the most !: o'O1JiA1oiZ3'S
but f
lay the'testimony .::. .
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to law. No: 56 CEDAR STKEET WHOIK ,
upon bert; according O."I ',. '' ; -
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respectable families in e"Umtedratat most >t' J':
vu IT is ORDERED That the said : otwhich is devoted .to.the exhibition and'.sale ; ;
of certificates are from the city of Savannah, '.
t my ,
Defendant be and the Circuit of fa* Single:Article ot. ... 4) 7'I 'L45 'F'
before ;
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appear where I reside and from' own State MfrJ1 *, ,2 ., And Odette.of the FaahionableWoildr1V '
many your :
'L 1' :Court of Hills orough county) to be held at where the'Mdicine is used with'great land astonishing l .RIN:.* #; C AilCX; : ) E S ., I n. D seri..d; ns- ,,&, II: .Aid '

Tampa, on the second Monday in Oct be.x, A. D. success it has proved'itself to be superior 1:. : .;',. :, ',4 ; ,'..-. j';;;-;.,".., : 1 ,'-4 r ''' BEL9.NDQrOBLD;; ,OP.FASHIOK;
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pesent8tock..comists.oftnear17 I
'. r \ 1847, and defend said suit' or the same will be to any other Medicine for the cure of :? Q>. .4). .', ,!,' ., ,0' '-; : And'Continental Feuilletonv* "> *
taken confessed. Thonsand ': 'g '
w One Packages -
: 4 4 as' 1 Fever and Ague,which Jt will do in the very r e15ran : ,;-, 1.. : Z ,.. ,The .Price of;which two.Works inEsalaad Ja
And that )
of order i
a this bepublishedin J'B 1fSANDS fferent
short space of Twelve Hours,,it has never: been n ,$. l2aycar. .
;: 4 : one of the of this State for the LANDS LJINCyN THE STATE OF FLORIDA- ::
newspapers and and comprising ,
rp patterns : : everything
known to'fail 'to.effect. .a certain cure: -The, .nt: published: byjhe,nfacribtz they
of three '
A gpace months, according to law. Desirable' in the" line/FOREIGN and .
t. QEO. W. MACRAE Medicine is a harmless and a 'tasteless one, ;; TownofJacksonvSlf, Dwal onnty.r will cost only $1,.a year.. .. .
which will make' it the most popular' Medicinein DOMESTIC. .' ,- ...
1k Southern Circuit Florida. Lewis H.Bryarit&c.; former.owners.f .- ....
Judge j All of which.are offered for sale for cash or BLACKWOOiKS
: the Southern States. The Medicine contains LADY'S.AND
; 1844.. containing MAGAZmEji,
tt,4 ; : copy: satisfactory'credit.fat.fat th'e\LO > ;
mineral preparatipri whatever but is a '
'; E! K : E. A. WARE, C1er no : the ", v; 879 Jan. 26' LotNo.6insqu.No.2: (. together GAZETTE OF',THE FASHIONABLE 'woii -
by :
t : By J. W. BOBARTS, D. C. harmless this Medicine Vegetable is a valuable-,matter only.* preparation To 'Planters it, PIECE.OR PACKAGE, 880. Half of lot No. 3, I 15fl4 feet 'For Town and Country-Dt'roiii1 'to illlu

';t 1 July 9th, 1847. 3m cures all cases in_ twelve hours, and does not .New; Styleiare; :.received ,almost everyday, J by'10: Letters wed.known MUiC .Fine :Art) F: iMMu;4.c

: .! S require any time to be lost;;' all that is to be and many them are got up.for our own sales, LANDS LYING IN THE STATE 'OF TEXAS. The celebrity: i EIe and1$,

f-. In Circuit Court. done is to take the Medicine and to go to work and'not'to be) fo elsewhere. ". Samuel' Swartwout former c ountry, of-Black'Wooc! EdinbUMi ;;

: EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA, To the Rice Planter it is' a valuable Medicine, D"',Printed, lists of prices! corrected from 1842. owner! '' has induced the subscriber to commence tie h-'

.. .$ : z .4: COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral day to day, with every variation the market: 876 Mar. 11. \ Tract of land'granted by publication It is matter of this of fashionable that London Monthly:

i I { December Term, 1847. preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe are placed in the hands of buyers.: the republic of Texas to a :surprise: ,the republic**

3 ,Archibald H. Cole James B. v Medicine for those who are liable to exposure. l\Ierchantgwill: be able to, form, omeldea.of to Y.'Barbos whose attor. tion of" this work -was not' 'comenedears' 'scat-

b( I Cole,and George W. bole,part- I beg you, do not let me; have to .tax' you so I the extent and'variety of ou.rassortment,.when ney waS Frost, Thorn, sit- y since. On looking) owersoine of the lat*

II! I : ners, &c- using the name and Attachment: often with advertisementsccrticates: &c. It we state;that, the value of our usual stock of uated at the forks of rivers numbers, we' find them filled with Storier'Ut f

i e style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to, has already proved itself to be.what I say it is, this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Atoyiac and Angelina Poetry, and Narratives, the most of which fall:
rt1 but behind
little those
.s vs. $171 50 and the greatest proof is body is recommending the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by which is published thETh'urg
i : grant more
; Hezekiah A- Nash, and MerBond filed for it to be tEe only} certain and speedy our largest' wholesale jobbers. This fact -together described in b Work and many surpass even the emaaa-
i,:. &C. $343 00 cure for the Fever and All todo with the fact that and particularly tions from the Giant intellects of the eontriba-I
rick Barnes, partners, ,constituting Ague. you-have our means our a deed made by Vetal '
: the firm of H.A. Nash is to ask your neighbor what he thinks of attention, instead of being divided among a vast Flores to said Y'. Bar. tors to the great' Northern Magazine. .The beat. .

j, .., :: & Co. Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, and variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, .bos under, date of June writers of the day contribute.!'\its ipagw.. *

I t 1L 1. rJ.HE Defendants and all others interested of course, to be convinced, you will try it, at will render the advantages which we can offer 23 ,1834 containing 10 Acres. It has now been published seventeen.yean j

are hereby notified of the commencement least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof t dealers, perfectly obvious ; and it shall be sitios, 23, labors, i London., d's' a circulation exceeding:;'
I % or 48,423
\ : of the above entitled suit by Attachment, returnable South Carolina, who will either call on Dock our care that none who visit our establishmentshall 877 Also certificate of lands\ 70,000 copies through<
! ; i to the December Term of said Court, P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C.,, or myself, in meet with any disappointment.Our issued one by John T.Mason land,,and'.the continent'fEur pe... It is translateainto .

; ; t' : to wit-the third Monday in December next- the city of Savannah, and either ,of us will give assortment is complete at all seasons of behalf of the several of ntinentalla4uagjs

j 0; .' 4'.: and are required to appear and plead to the enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. ,' on of Texas and governor Coahui- -it being the only instance of.an'\ English

\ ;: ( : declaration therein filed according to law. ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount S.-B.'F. LEE, formerly of the firm of la dated June 21 1834 Magazine receiving t compliment : .r

JOHN P. SANDERSON, paid for it. :You are to see the :Medicine takenas Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original The publication will7conuiencein, .October-
for about '
..1, t L 3' Plaintiffs' Attorney. I have directed. firm of Lee & Brewster from which con 48,000 next and will be continued in thJ1. \ ,'
878 Also other certificate. '
:.i'i4 ; Alligator, Florida: June 25, 1847. 4m Owing ,to the heavy rains during the past nection he withdrew some time ago, has resume of one the same tenor and The publication price'bf"-: th'aboTe"work. .LV

I ; I .' _ -- summer, and which. still continue, all, the lowlands ed business in'connection with Messrs. Lee & date of the above for a London is $6. *- ,. '.
: : are under water, which will cause a great Judson and assures his friends that the new "
In Circuit Court, 'like number of
:f4z1 I I EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLOHIDA. deal of this disease'on the Rice Plantations: it concern ,shall have the same pre-eminence in Which said'lands were con-! FASB30XS,.

1 t '. f : COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished veyed by Samuel AND CONTINENTAL FECILLETOIW.,

; I, December Term, 1847. and speedy remedy; you can do so by applyingto the other two houses,to which he be wout to Wm.' swart-f A Monthly Publication of the Crurtr of-Lonftn

:r ; Isaac P. Hardee and Robert 1) HUMPHREYS'either of ,my REMEDY& Agents or FOR- myself.FEVER Ask AND for longed.'t June 251847. ly president of the Mount and ParisDedicated to High Lift, Fluk.

ps-; H. Hardee, merchants and part-I Attachment: AGUE. Savage Coal and Iron ionables, Fashions, Polite Literature. ',fine !

tiers, trading under the name, Sum sworn to, The Medicine is for sale the N.mv STORE Company, in trust for Arts, the Operas, Theatres, 4c. I
Style and firm of L P. & R. H. $154 06 by following the use and benefit of the Edited by,several Literary and fashionable j
named gentlemen who are the only agents for UNDERSIGNED, having formed
: Co- I Characters.
Hardee Bond filed for THE United States deed '
h by
the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit lIhip under the style of
I S vs. $308 12 bearing date the 31st day In the above two Works will be found all tie
Nickabud Raulerson. will be found either at wholesale or retail. 'December ,Gossip of London Paris and the principal does
!' J Country merchants will make handsome WRIGHT; & POINSETT of 1842; and ,
Defendant and all others interested are pro- recorded January 6th, of the Continent of Europe:: Royal OOSSJH-
lvj THE notified of the commencement of fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount Have rented) the store t'ntlyoccuripd by Mr. B. 1843, in Liber A B, No. Description of the Qveen's: Drawing Room Parties

(p..f p t, the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable made to Planters, &c., by the dozens AddressW. P. CUTTER, and would 'now solicit hot portionof D D, folios 18, 19,and 20, with accurate accounts,of the dresses of
:.!4 to the December Term of said Court, to wit: public patronage who desire to purchase in land records of Alle- the Ladies of Rank Ncblemen's .Fetes-Dis. Acription

ir&: the third Monday in December next, and are Medicines Wholesale Chemicals and retail dealer in&c Drugs, GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. gany county, Maryland. of every New Opera,.with critidaw of

.: required to appear and plead to the declaration Perfumery SAVANNAH, GA. They are now r.. piyin j and will keep constantly the same-Performers, &c. Tales by the best

h;' 4 therein filed according to law. on hand,'R general assortment of CONDITIONS.: English Authors, Poetry, New, "Music.Her.
i .' W. M. IVES, Plaintiff's Attorney. 1. Each bid must be, for a separate number Majesty's visit to different Noblemen-Description .

i& i Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4m THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A Dry Goods, Groceries Boots, on the schedule &c. for cash ; to be depositedat .of New Paintings, and the Artists Varift-'

$ .is VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Shoes, Hats, &c., one of the foilo'wing places, to the credit of ties, ;t c. ; ?.:

p 'II;, NOTICF OOUTHERNERS-The following is from my Which they pledge themselves to jell AT THE the Solicitor of the Treasury, ,specifying, on The publication price of the above work in

# ; Persons concerned or interested are O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, a* an induce. account of what particular number in the schedule London, is $6. '

Ifr ,lIk. ALL villeS.C. ment for CASH CUSTOMKRJ 10 rail mid -examine. of property it is deposited, to wit: ,
to take notice that the undersigned
in compliance with an, act of the State of Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., Having come to the .leterminntion to keep NO The United States .Treasury at Washington, Terms of Godey's New Monthly Magaiine,

p Florida entitled "An Act to provide for the reestablishment Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. BOOKS, and to Ituy their. Good principally District,of .Columbia; the Assistant Treasurerat $1 a year, in advance. 5.,' ,_
., I. of the Records of the County of Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and for the Cash, they will enabled to sell them ns Boston New York,-Philadelphia, Charleston, All orders must be addressed, post-Ja) d. toL.

I. Columbia, and for other purposes," Approved Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testimony CHEAP or CHEAPER than they can bepnrchaed S. C., New Orleans, and St. Louis; A..GODET: ,
1. is elsewhere. EDWARD: WRIGHT; 101 Chesnut ] :
.ifr January 6th, 1847: They have this day filed consequently undoubted. The Collector of the Customs at Buffalo, N.T., street Philadelphia
in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for Yours respectfully EGBERT POINSEIT.N. Baltimore, Md Wilmington N. C., Savannah Newspapers:: inserting the above will eo% .
THOS. B. Hides and other country produce takenin : fer favor, and be entitled .
J. S. FARR. a to an exchange.,
said a to be Ga.. Ala and Richmond Va.
County, paper writing purporting fi Good. Mobile. ;
:Ifs, J a copy in substance of the last Will and Testament Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. Jacksonville exchange >r, March i9th. 1847. ly Surveyors of the customs, Nashville, Tenn., Aug .13th, 184" ..
Henry Jones late of said deceased Mr. W. Humphreys Jr. Cincinnati Ohio and
county, ;
::1ic c ..?. the original of said last Will and Testament Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used BAPTIST Receivers of public moneys at Little Rock, HOLMES & CO. ,
having been destroyed by fire on the first day your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I Ark., Jeffersonville, IiuL, Chicago, Ill, and Detroit 1\JT ESSRS. HOLMKS & CU.. babe twoirAihfir ;
I S of November last. And that they will apply to obtained a supply of 4t from Mr. T.J. S. Farr, AND. Michigan. l' lwk of Merrhnndizi in lh" J rghnilding
; : the Circuit Court of said County at the next your Agentof this place, and administered it FLORIDA EMIGRANT.THE formerly iirrupied !" tin United 5rat.';
Each bid y
2. be
4 Term of said Court to be held in and for the to my daughter, according to directions and I must accompanied ,with a known Guvfrnmont btrnldpd
ai I Buifdins Th'j '.
?V County of Columbia, on the third Monday in I am happy to state that the disease left her in: Subscriber!r ,proposes to publish in the guaranty, in the form given below, which must ) to tltPir-l'lc, liy hp late: arrIv,lKL from!

'. December next, to have said Copy Will established -' : the course of thirty-six hours, and her present 'n of Jacksonville, Kant Florida, n month be certified by a collector, naval: officer,marshal, New Y"rk. a full nnsnrttnent of DfJ GooHGrtvi"

I : in lieu of said original, so destroyed by I state of health indicates. certain cure. lynewspaper" ofihe above !title. It shall be neutral United States district attorney, or postmaster, cerip', Harel" nrp. l'fnvi'04dxc.. &:('... .-bic: ,
that the is
and the
fire as aforesaid. Yours, &a, E. C. WATTS. in politics; shall rontnm general intelligence; guarantor good, party mak- ..
: lh" are -finred h.'ipll.RI mlnred priceTliny *
: and in shall he Rod ing it is responsible for the amount. y |
1 WILLIAM TOWNSEND Executor Grahamville, S. C, Sept. 14th, 1847. Religion, frnnk explicit. =
nrA n"w prepn'rod 1 iw'parrhiiJM Cotton*,
;, :i' ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. The paper will advocate t he faith nnd practice 3. On receiving a certificate deposite, signed Hidex. ROIl nihtMTprodnre 1 ..f the ;ar'tl-be
AGENTS. P. M., Cohen &. Co. the Baptist denomination in th* United States, by one of the above mentioned = country ,
Charleston. depositories
r. Alligator, July 23, 1847. 3m higli M Market ra'P iiV"i nd 'nfinkV ca.b dwnnc.'or .
S I S. C.; T. J. S. Farr, .Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A" and shall ho particularly devoted to tim interests a quit claim deed, conveying all the right, title, ni::nnipnl* In thf ir friecd in-'Savannah" aixiChnrleyffin.

4 Administrator's Notice. Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; :A. McLane & Co.,' of the Southern and South Western States. The interest, and claim of the United States to the : or New York.- -
4 Jacksonville Ga Shotwell & Gilbert Macon secular and Religinti improvement; of the peppl property described in the bid and for
MONTHS after date I shall make ; ,p paid Tlwy have- a new nrticl .'f WroojhlPliHiehu 1101%
I 3 S ; to the Honorable Judge of Probate application Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P.A.Moise,p' i Florida, it shall consider as .its'pit re mount obli will be executed and acknowledged by the Solicitor -ta which they would re! |H>ctfully) 'pit

'.4 ,V.i& for the County of Alachua for final settlementof LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, gation. To reprove vice, to promote virtu, to elevate of the Treasury, free of all charge to the IhplulPlllion of Planters. r

I accounts and vouchers, a Administrator ; Ga. ;W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem,, the mind to the worship of the true GOD and purchaser. Such conveyance will be sent, free Jnrk
,'.4 i S $,, of my the estate Joshua Miller as late of said Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A.., to improve th" woolly condition; of mankind, will of expense, to any post office in the United _-- __ -| .-- -.. _lIL !
"I deceased. coun Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall,, be it* leading features. t States, as may,be requested. CARD. I
.14 jjj Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr Jacksonboro W. R: TRRHS FOR OSK YE.Ut:-For t twelve! copies. $10 I ;: i
9 JOSIAH SEKINGER Adm'r.August 4. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be .
Anderson, Dalton, Ga.;, E. A. Burch,'Hawkinsville. -' six copies, $5; one, copy, $1. Advance payment, to the Solicitor : .
satisfactory whether there shall
:i: 20th, 1847. 6m Ga. Samuel Palmer Darien Ga.' Cole I will he expected in all CUM'. RIVERS & ROYAIX, :
; I
; be'one or more bids for the property.
Prescott, Co, Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot D3":: All Idlers addressed to the Editor, ''must. 5. Before bidding all requestedto DENTAL SURGEONS ,,'
_persons are .
Administrator's Notice. & Macon be.post 1aid '
Flanders P.Martin Savannah Cunningham
; ; make themselves
acquainted with the situation Office North East of St.Julien Street',
________ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all credit & Co., Dalton, Ga. ;'J.H. &W. S. Ellis, N. B. The firt niimlwr. will be .issued on the and 'title of the intend corner
property they and Market
legatees, and persons entitled to distribution Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro; Ga. ; Wm. first Tuesday in June next.JAMES to bid for, so as'to their Square,
rely '
in the estate of Felix Ortis late of: Hodges, Sandersville ; R.T. Floyd Micanopy MCDONALD. Editor. upon .own SAVANNAH, GZORGLU
in '
Hillsborough county, deceased,that unless) tliey Florida; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida; Jacksonville.! Flu..April.30th., ; 1347.Watchmaker judgment bidding.uL 1t Aug. 20J" ,17; ly -

exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit R. S. Baily, Laurensyille, S. C. 6. After.the t; day for .recejvingf hem, ,the FORWARD & ALDRICH

them with me for payment within the time prescribed For sale wholesale and retail by flbtInf' S1otfjr, bids;will be opened in the presence of such. offices ,

bylaw, from the second day of March F. A. POULLEN and Jeweller.No. of the department? as shall be able to,attend; ATTORNEYS AND. COUNSELLORS AT L1WOGT .,

I) A. D. 1847, they will be forever barred. And Agent for Jacksonville., .5 MAIN-STRUT. and will be examined and passed upon as fast :: Will practice i in the several Cc'Urta'nH"wl'
the legal heirs of said deceased are required to A liberal discount by the\ dozen. as practicable, Notice'will be given promptly and Equity:: in the Kastern.Circuit of Florida' .

I 4 j come forward within the time aforesaid and October 8th,1847. Respectfully informs tho citizens I to each person whose bid is accepted"but to no WM. A. KoR\yAKD, Si. Augustine.Loui .,- ,

- have a final settlement of their interest in said ; # Jacksonville and its.vicinity: ,lhni I others. ? ALDRICH, Newninsville.w11. '

estate according to the statute in such case made PL9RIDAIIOUSE. ., he has removed to,lie house immediately 7. The name of the bidder should,in all cases, .- F.. CRABTREE: ,

and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, FOR, SALEOR, RENT. adjoining the one recently be written at length 8DcJn.! alegible hand.- ,

Administrator de both non THE undersigned offers on the most "- occupied, ,ns the printing The bidder should give, the name ofthe post :ATTORNEY" AND COUKSELLOB.AT. -
____ -- September 17,. 1847. Sw fltri liberal terms, to sell or rent this well office of,the"Florida tatesmnn.and is now pre.pa.ed office to which.communications for him.are to be Jacksonville., Fla. '

known establishment. furniture inclu .oex"-cutewith promptitudeall order. con sent. WILL attend to any l IJusiue.-ta entrusted to hU hand,i

IN CIRCUIT COURT. ded. .Application :be,made'to J..B. COLE,. at i iPalatk n9Ctrd with, the above line. 8. Bids must be sealed and marked on the in nny of-the: Court; in the Eastern Circuit 'of:

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY A,H. ,COLE.. Mr. Grothe! v would islao nay that he nan determined outside in these words: "SEALED'EIDS. FOR U. S. Florida. "

ST. Jon s: Lu CHANCERY. OF St. Augustine. Augpst' 20,1847., tf confine hi* attention, in fiit llre, exclusive PROPERTY and)addressed to the "Solicitor of -

J ly tn work in these branches. He renders his the Treasury Washington, D.C.r. ;FELIX; L1YIGST'ON, ," .
The .
Southern Life Insurance ) IN CIRCUIT' COURT. thanks,. the. "
4 : & Trust Company EASTERN CIRCUIT:.FLORIDA?' IN AND 'FO&COLUMBIA' thi-ir patronage to ,many nnd iniito friend. that: who hi,have exertions giverr here'him 9.:"Form. of a.bidj; guaranty> and certificate: ATTOEMEK. AT LAW,,. ,_, .

: to use Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose. COUNTS' after will IM such a- to merit it. .I-,l .f j residing at ., in the countyof Jacksonville, Flo. : .

I Reed, f I Abel Cowart, ) In Chancery: From long pracl lle'- in hi*'business, he feel* ,in the State of hereby.offer Will practice in all the; .Courti of. ibe ,Eaitera,
the Unitea States the of dollars
sum in
S MarrhlO.
vs. himself ,
1. j > satisfaction and .
competent give 1 his, '
Augustus Poujaud. J J E zabeth Cowart Bill I cash for.f heir right'title,interest, and claim to -
) for Divorce. : charges will be moderate and as reasonable D'I I)
C. '
described in GILLETTiATTORNEY :
Tr having been made to to the satisfaction .- having been made to appear to the satisfaction I those of the North : v- the property number ", in the .
appear IT ,
: of the Court by Affidavit that the of the Court by/Affidavit, that'theabove '! .lie B. Clocks and:Watches repaired in the best printed advertisement: of the, Solicitor of r the AND.co tiSELtoR., AT LA\Y,;' .

Defendant name4 in the Bill of Complaint, filed named Defendant resides out of the State mapner, and at the) shortest notk*;?/ :$" ', Treasury, upon the terms and conditions therein And C >mmii.i"ner of DwfooTihe State. of'Con.-;

I in the above entitled cause resides out of the of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this. 1 Jacksonville,.Dec. 26; 1845.* :,:: ..., mentioned; and I hereby' ,in consideration of necticut, within,and for the State of Florida. ,
___ ____ ',.in case' bid therefor
the'premises agree
; State of Florida, and out of the United States, Court,, :
+ : and in Cuba one of the West India Islands and It is therefore, on motion of Washington M.1( NOTICE shall be'accOptedibTsaid'Solicito'r, to deposite !
Ives A LL persons, interested arehereby notified that5sum, in lawful money, in one of Hho depositories CRARLESH.'PELOT, "' .
beyond the jurisdiction of this Court Therefore Esq, Solicitor for i said Complainant, 'ORDERED. that .
,. mentioned in said advertisement '
1 I On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq Solicitor for That the said, Elizabeth Cowart be 'required XA Six Months after the date hereof, he under ATTORNEY A:ND; ColflSELLOg, AT LAW,' '

. I said.Compla.iJJant;, ] to appear and answer the Complainant's signed. Administratrix' '*: Adrninisirnior, with 'within thirty.. ,days \cx.1nY:: bid shall be accepted WILU 'lIctice' in"the. Several. Coutts.:of:tbo; .

; 4 It is Ordered, That, the said Augustus Pou Bill.:of' Complaint, therein 'filed-within; rmonths llw tvill annexed nfJegse'StanVIIeyi! deceased' ; will i!I and_ notice'thereof v to.me".by,mail*" ,, 'Eatern'CrtciiiL. o(FI oridn bntihewihi entrutsd.toli \ ,

4. ja.ud and others be required to appear and answer or_a'D.e e pro:confulD will betaken' apply to theiHon;:Judge of,Probate' r Alacbiia '-,Dated.,.. ,, ., IJ. ..1947, ._,I.. 'yf.*Ii. ''. i*.J care,.will t me-t with'firompt, attention.Jafk .. [

c S : said Bill Complaint within six months against her.'x$ '.. "v-f '*: :' County, fork a final'settlement f their accounts'as' '. .F value', received guarantee to the United >ont>> ...E. F., JIifl4IP 41847.. _
,< S luch; and ditcharge from the',further:AdmTniitra.lion'of :' :States the of,:the above undertaking ,
ct: or the same. will be taken as confessed ,against And it is further Ordered, That a copy of this '- : performance !'
; him. order,duly:certified by the Clerk of thisCourt+. Mid viitiifn.. 4, '- ", "r4 !,d *; } -. f ) by the:signer thereof,: in case his bid be ac: :i | NOTICE.OIX'MpMTHSHftrr. < :
: ,
tL ; ( "" f : dat I will Hitfiny,
:It be published cepted'Dated/ Sv '- 'f I :
itfurther Ordered That of this some newspaper.printecfwithinthe .. "
copy Order, SEABoRN'JsTANDtE''Ad'm'; .' .' '184'7.. i O' final' account and vo irrjer.-the-Hon;1ddle, .
i duly certified,by the Clerk of this Court be pubr Eastern.Circuit!: ofFlorida; oncoawc'ek! ..... consecutively : Newnarisyille! F, June; '4tU 1847:' :6wAdministrator's ; '", 1 )' : ',of ProIatelfor ilw county of Oranjte.. ami praj fm :;, .
certifyj&jt'the is
q i4 lished,.in some newspaper printed within the c for lour months-:: u' >snt'i .,?gti ".4J' ...... -- s' ; 0 above: guarantor responsible ., -di rR.UAtlm"iJ1lah.r H* a ,..
t -->; for.the sum.D.18UtloA .bi the. cb1& a bon.i"'n
THO. .
$ Eastern Circuit Florida month DOUGLAS '!'Judge/v ; ,
once a consecutively ,
:Notice. 'i F laei.or.J.an,1; K. W.' Ormoncf.-dt"Ce..i .0"
10..Platsof the lands at'Boston.can be
; : I for six months. ;,,'Cler. i ;oeucjji }i !X--MON.* HS.ftPr.! "*t I haIl I seen I. late '
., S ) P f 'f. ,T at the. office of the United States ,district attorney Orange Mosquito county. ; /
[Signed .' '
> '
,] _THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. & !* Columbia County:"y o1 ,, ), cc.otintii.1amf: .oucher'f'',RIiclminjitr'atr.pf '; in !'anid in the '- JAMESQRMOD, ,
) office
: ( that-city in
I, PETER B. .DUMAS Clerk of said Court :L STUUNG SCARBOROUGH Clerk of said Court \\ti I _.. ,; ,'" Solicitors ., .
; ; .!SaIe..f'Jobn'M! .! !>>ori ,liir. PJjr lc6 'i: : W iD t.fil.n"" '" : < 'T ; Jun..ll' '1847. AdmihiAratoYVteLL b DOI't.l'
t do h reby certify,the. above to be a true copy do hereby'certify the bo'Yei; bo a true copy of (i '*'*.>vlf fcO ihe 3H nJd **.:**CPla e ,'} ., ," ,. .,.> t. -, 1 ', + 'I, .., ,
ror !
: '
e I of.an.Order, duly,made ,and entered of.reCOrd' an order duly made and entered i of record..in, the. coq ntyrforafvnal !!tt, !menyoftYa! Xd eit.\le'Y VOJU n r it U :Bi n t o rmonihepait'oft1ebiddeecordixi. i 'l .,;.' ..... aro'fW1ICE'. .. ; i: : ,"":,,1

iu'\the above.entitled,.cause, ,on>the sixteenth above entitled cause,on'tie 7th.day'f of' t_"" -, shall,atth;, ., wmeHlnv?apply; for}letters'of.disroh- '. : ':;.' i5'the,. terDspecIed: : in'th e.' .;. 'A\: ;rwnont Indebted ,,ir i be I} .ati iaU.j,'

I i day/of/ .August, A.D,,-1847.1- ,; vjm'J .i A.D.1847.XHSUAjnf!..'. *'. 'iviftraiV, : ';..- lion. as such MdminUtraturliuf hichlaitnfrionVln'tprwte I .i abovOdnd1tio -atboopt1oncfthe. So'.: .lL C ruth r', Herr..ieil. are 't"cp" ;J&eoGI4t

e: 'JI ,WITNESS. WHEREOF.i.l hereunto i set my ,T"rr" -'r'""f',IN-: Wtnosfc., IT'"" 'WHEREOF" rL -'K''Hj',3v Mvei s 0'.o! :.,. \ t In'laid estaieVnre;: i Heiifed j, to take nnd :e.: Udtor--. ]be"declaifed null and;'voidL** ;In all cases' Vi'rw..rd anH nuIkejITme.ii5Trt. p5JflVd'i'hiptemnda I".n .
( S r L.S.: hand, and affix TI '. "* '"*. ,1fUt5lJ3L: 'l1.9 ,:wJi 'efrau4uayhave.been A izethagalna1 L. render ihem in. JtI '"
] the Seal of said Court { '6.. > hereunto set hand: 3 r. .,'fT. ,tJ MESAt'KER"AdmrZt-r: f: will Rf'
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4 my andpauseat e. ,. ..., .
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t t ftfxteenfo day ofAugii.tLD. 1847 V *T; t '';:SS. ''SeU:::: of said: Cdurtltole: h'ereunto.'annexed '-',. (" ....f1 '" States| ,S6UciJorinaybeforexe.cutifi .4tY... ,. ., (ELIZADtTH: ; ..Anrr.m' :"' ':'fi& 'f f( '
Lu ,P. -" :: m'1't\ )!' 1ln"" : : thc.... nveyance, d 1.. cla; thabidiina1k I. ': 'Adminiiraui'onh. ta ".01" .
: .DUMA8J. ;this Utb'dayof A guStA; ; D.v-t847.w": b" QJ.WJ "' .I.t.un..u..A.\I.JJt. .u;....G.f 1M 1,;....;;& \ .... I.I. -' ,. ., '
*; Clerk C..C, of St 'S '', k ..''; ; 'P '4:mlj'-. >"' ,, ,. ..'ItF ; ";. 1Wl\i'f DO.,effe. t,.. r I.. ....'D'a...GILLE T, J,).' 4.; .J if .'CriJr; e* "

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