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: November 5, 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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: $Ad.I'rt1, ent8 nukod withbecominued the number TRUTH AND ERROR/ null.' or.more fr uentlyfiuiying}stqTfed-' were the slaveants" -
f:: ; required will until Irbid BY RICHARD HENRY WILDS, abouttheauga.honse: .in snug corners }. t ; \1 : .1 l 19Kf't.. I 'created lor V no other':.ead.tEin'to'fill the

j1ie1'n'1e1i& for. THERE is a iuneful"rifer 'and\ fallen soundly asleep;heedless of,'noiso-or HIGHLY IMPOBTANTCOREESPbNflENCk. station ofslaertto wHcbr rt&ey'ppear fa fo M
Trit' t1l\l1srs wlbe chargM for all announ :In Erin's"Isle 'care It,is the.tc: .eyident thaVjthef jBame \\:1' f': :. ',;. -'-' < ,\ N doomed".sti11 eVeI'thMOffi.. J fallirere the

JfIIJ ofr8113ic-latts for otore. I "tin.00 Where the'sunbeams, quiver aoutofworki1tbe. done; on such estates, ". hOSPEC'tluVILLB Juiie7"J847Jfor attacks.to'be ''made V on etr,'iest.;'before the

:square. rrsi'\'i'ith.aid Creditor: : : 10 00._ In silvery smile or"rather tlie same quantity of;cane ground atlesa ItJ DEA .gm.f ayou are;our wfriged myriads IhaTc' 'departed'.brlireoTeparting -
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, 1 .e II for Lt-ut"rtI \d'niniltntinn; 5 Where the leaves that; 'fall Telocityoftherollers.i 5.1 Nor would;,at.re* tthe Presidency,j o stitute4bthep opIe,, ,'charged witi,the duty rof contiaaia their .
'. Tratin1 AU; reHgi"luti .nniiee" wilt be inseTted ',..1.UI'I" 'Neath'the'autumn quire a./lrger Loree.,of.negroes,.or.more.work: you.ar theyefort open to all sortsof imperti- .kind,. .When, th>redv ant&\areTAbout to iaUy
jl ": will .Grow: sky,. of Uiose employed, for ilt.is .self-evident ::th$ 'nent4luestiOns. Your:pnvacy' to'be!invaded; forth on mariuding expedition they'sendcqutstq V

JAli" a4incable nltr"na1 oomroumcluona And gem.likeaU die-,' 'thenumber fegroesrqnired to'lee&thc.mill and you are to suffer yourself to be daily exam iscertain the exact-position.in..whicha f
!, 4ll1It1\"f"f1i.nUl. never f to the quantity'of cane ground eias.if witness .in thehanw of be found.
.prImrgcI be paid on th.Jkir And such is the proportional I yop.were a.siinple colony negroes may scouts V
stream Truth I
tr AU!hills for J"b prittting. leaves by. enhlgh'tened, in a given time,or to the.velocity of the rollers; : .of an infinite.number.of sharp Uwyers-; .having.discoverid. the object'of tEeif earca're-" V
; tit the wnrk.r muef he .ddreasf'd tnGLUTT That the breast by WiSdOm storms'dissever brightened, pdthat, thereforfthselodtybo :.djminVished ;1 aniOneobC p pleand being aa exceed turn to the nest imd port th success.' "* -. )

: An p.t\mmun l'a' .J"'J"Otlfflgt'paiL Where even the- joys- that ,the, pumberof t negroes may;;be proportionally ringly'Bmall"specimen'I; have made it'a' cli ei Shortly afterrards the army'of red ants marches 1 1 V

& AUARD., -- Are turned to gems that glow forever: decreased;,and if.it.bedeemedrequirsiteto i for years past,for the sake
-,RoSPECTUSOF-- A 'NEWJClIC There is a darkling tide I allow short"finter alSjOf restsjtQ..theneijgroes : ",Tpr to.4fastenj:mlself'on the tail,of some gr & .petually ngiDgthe :Individuals which'eon- V V V.

BOOK.llI !TENT I'OTE8, In the Indian'clime. I .even, during tbeworking hours, then it, man,'who.appened- "or thetimeato: biin theascendency stitute iwhenthey have.advanced'a little:be-

C iLLEDHESPELUAN By whose herbl ss side, seems to me that-this would'l\be systematicallyj' .: Uam'opp]>6sed "to your'elevation, fore'the main body Jialting;tailing into.the_ re rand V

HARP.: There's slime.. .and ,fjir 'better>4one'tjby:"Jhi:iaingtbefeediaggang" .to any 1q; &nd'wouhl not.iote lbr'yOni the being replaced by'otheri The"vanguard '

'rf\ ,of J"'...n. ('..,Ga. + .Td.the flow'r sulphury that it touches- 'into_ :watches, to:i: bee.'each,other frpnf .language Tofailite( .Whig' S na1nr: .'.ofBtatef I consists of eight'or ten ants-'only. 'When they tl
.'f.Vm.. IEourr wave.t< I time to time,the mill meanwhile grinding 'unInterruptedly if yott"were "pure"'enough', &'sit on. the have arrived near" the negro colony"they diperse *- t

tfiSISwork will contain 500 pages ; inclu- To scorching the bird that ; Nor would..,the .juice\'vthusbe. 'right hand of the.Throne of Heaven." t.IB wandering through th ierbage and hunting
I ding fI lucid exposition of the Hules of approachejA \ I exposed to the danger of fermentation by longstanding Yet I should be exceedingly.delighted if you 'about, as if: aware of the:'prorinquity of a

rtfioe and of> Musical Composition; a largerIS weltering grave.And in reservoirs;' .an accident',.which .would answer the questions ,put to you in this the object of their search yet ignorant of its exact -
, such the of bitterness
?of the Church tunes used by the reli- are waters rising, often happens, and for which.the poor;:negro,! letter, noVonly?for,the purpose haviag them 'position. -At bat they discover the settlements f;

i I X denominations, South and West, than have In And the the desert bosom of and dark disguising: who. is charged with keeping. them.clean, ;is. 'published' against you,' if they .can be so used' ,' ;;and the foremast;of the .invaders rush :

pas before been embraced in one volume; birds of joy, flowers ofte ling sometimes most unjustly blamed. ;I .in case you are: a candidate;*butfalsc;'for thesake impetuously the attack. are met, grappled %..

I /eftt.ana Anthems; Sunday School and Infant Must perish where'er that wave is ;\ea1ing., So to regulate the .quantity of juice express. : getting my::name before the people as with and frequently' killed by the' negroes \ '

;Numerous Temperance and Missionary ed in a given time that it shall\ furnish the eva.' haying done ,.something assistin :represen- guard. 'The alarm is quickly communicated ta /\:, V
&. accompanied in a great many instan- LINES. \ porating kettles with A continuous supply equivalent ting your real se sentiments. If I ..accomplishthis'and the interior of the nest;-the negroes sally forth 1 \L

Pieces br the entire Hymn or Song. Many of the Inscribed ou a pair of elastic garters' tainted to to the steam,constantly passing(off from 'you are defeated, lain 'sure ol8 m.esmail by;thousands;:and the red
IJ tots are entirely new while ranny of those imitate roses. }! them, is therefore the task"which the mill should; office as', a reward for my ingenious sefyices. a desperate conflict ensues; which however t f;

I, old airs that have long been used at Pray-I Translated from the German, by N. j. WILLIS. perform; and by the performance which, with;: .. -. ,- -.** always,terminates in the defeat of the:negroes J !:>

CsmP( and other Meetings, &.C.. but have While night and morning lingo, the.proper velocity of the rollers, the.crop is: I'wisn to knowfirtly, .w ethe!you are in favor who retire,to the mermostreeesses of !.t,.

Jrtr before been collected and harmonized, Awake and stirring be, 1 made to yield the largest amount of sugar., ; putting corn in,both' ends eta bag that their habitation. Now follows the scene of pil t. 1 1

numerous Scotch, Irish, German, and other And with your pretty fingers' I have,heard it objected the more ,perfect 'is sent to..mill horseback do you believe in : lage. ': : p r

fat tunes, will be found in the Hesperian [ Clasp this about your knee; ,expression of the juice:contained in the cane i!, the modern -system. invented by Bob' Walker" I' The red ants with their powerful mandibles, t f.'

R1rp. Books ancient and modern-many that When Day with Eve reposes, that the begassa would thereby.be injured for;!I who.used a)large. stone.in one .end,. to balance tear open the sides of the'negro ant hills and t

UO" out of print, whose rich music is un- And stars begin to see, use as fuel. On the contrary,. by abstracting 'the grain at the Bother? \ Secondly, are'you in rush into the heart of the citadel In a few r 1

are bewn to most persons of the present day- Unclasp this band of roses) that juice the begassa can be much more.readi.. favor rnnil: s'haVing'colt..r Thirdly,are'you minutes each'invader emerges, carrying in its J.

bite been completely "zw?
-- in tlie spongy tissue undergoes..viscous fermen. pumpkin obtained in spite the vigilance and valor of- t

uk.THE HESPERIAN HARP is the largest and [Prom Professor M lloh'8\Report.\ ] tatiou, and ,forms a, deliquescent substance.- ,A prompt and definite answer to these'questions Its'iiatUl"i1'guartIians. The red ants return in i tl

'it Music Book ever offered the Americandie. ON THE EXTRACTION 'OF TflE JUICE OP 'That: moisture does not contribute to the.value, will oblige Your fellow citizens, perfect order to their nests bearing with.them 11 .

as all intelligent persons will see by THE SUGAR CANt of any combustible' for the purposes of fuel is AUGUSTUS ONTAGUE SXOOKS, their living burdens. On.reaching the nest the. l1i

onpinng it with other works. Price, SI 50 I do not intend here to enter into a detailed evident from the fact that heat is lost in converting GEJI. Z. TATLOE. pupa appears to be treated precisely as their i t 1

lII reotlr. beautifully printed, and bound in description of the ordinary sugar-till with ho it; into steam and thus driving it off before own; and the workers,when they emerge perform

ke-toard with a neatly printed cover. 50 rizontal rollers, so well known every planter combustion ensues. Hence it follows that .CAMP, NEAR,.} I th? various dutIesoftke community with, .

sent to one address for $62 50 ; 100 co- nor even to give a comparative view of the to'leave any quantity of saccharine juice in be- July 9th, 1 TEUY'l I the greatest energy and apparent good will- ,!

epa.$100. methods practised in different cotntries at the gassa involves even a double loss-first,, of the Pepected'Sir-Your very important communication They repair the nest excavate passages, collect (Js

rj Tht rrork will be furnished to subscribers I present time, or which have at different! times sugar.therein ,and, secondly, of the fuel expended came to hand in due course of mail food, feed the]art%, take the pupa in the sun? t

$., Payment in advance. been used in any one country; for the rough : in converting.a portion of said juice into and baggage wagon'transportation. I read it shine, andperfc.rm'evert which, the welfare t.

Agent wanted to canvass the whole country. I methods formerly in general us and still followed t iteam. ? with profound 'pleasure.. of the colony require .The, conduct them f '
Ml recommendations required. Address the where improvements hate not been introduced Although it would appear from the above I was delighted with the independent expression -- se1esentirely; as if fulfilling their original des'-. j;

author post paid, at Louisville Ga. furnish nothing new ind instructive, I that the cane should jield,7p per.cent of juice, 'of your sentiments, and the' laudable motives tlna on.-Nm-mmrs1Ii.stoTY of Insects. \. Ii ;

Jefferson Co. Gtu, August, 18 17. to the intelligent planter familiar with the'old yet the usual propomon obtained probably does that induced you to place them before me --

)To Florida papers who copy 4 fines and vertical mills and their i'mperfVctions. Neither not generally exceed .about :&0 per cent. In in |mting. The ,government has. kept me so One of Dans Qicn Cheese V V S j

rad namber of the paper, a book will be given would a discussion here of the relative effects Cuba according to M. Casaseca,* ,professor of exceedingly busy of late in doing nothing, thatI Mil/- Dan. Marble?Eztraordinary whenever he f.
in the University of Havana. the different have not had time to write to as comes !
of water-power and the chemistry you prompt
1 return. steam-power, power is to be found in of n V
along, sure possession some.
4t kinds of cane the followi results: ly as I could have desired nor can I as explicitly

Sejrt.17,1847. of cattle, prove of any value. These are gave g His last is extensive a
good thing. an cheese
Ribbon ground by on the .when I do set down to the the importance .
eRi.WNkY U. 8. Jl, Struiu-PncUet IjiurBETWEEIf matters too well understood to 'require investigation ClIne .water-power, task as manufactory and its extent be '
$ may judged
or comment. With reference however, Ligenio4esasdriat\ an estate belonging to Count of the subject demands from the conversation
observations O'Reilly yielded: Your first queston-I shall answer them all following ; V V
to the horizontal roller-mills the following ,
Two seated
at in Nashville
.s men were a table
a may not. be to some. without interest Juice .45 categorically .one that involves a favorite and crackers and:'cheese, .
drinking ale eating ,
and instruction. .' 55 system of exchange, that would be indelicatefor ; V

SIFAKSAH & PAr-:TKA, FLA., Durinz the erindintr seasoi. when the chief '.-'' I' me, in my.present position,to enlarge upon, their cheeses.:conversation at length turned 1 ,upon large 1 I

BY THE WAY OF object of many seems to be rather to hurry : ., -'," > .. .!'i-\- .100: .but'I will say in passingj atU8 bette*to j av.e \ C'TI1 f?. ".11 1.cheese V to., dit f .

D1WEXTSB 58WJCK, ST. MARYS. GEO. through with the .crop as pidly.s possible, v' ; :"'-'",.'Al">.-J. "' :..:-"' .;. a stone in one end of aTmeal bag than. in a bladder. Andrew 1.f1.d presented V .'' '.*
Jackson,7 one
BLACK CREEK AND Creole Cane ground by on the To second'question I answer Tarn :
JACKSONVILLE, than to obtain the largest quantity of sugar of steam-power, your EYe it nine hundred and
PICOLAT1, FLORIDA. good quality, the grinding of the cane is often Ingenio Economica, belonging to Don Pedro in favor of mules having colts'provided it:suits ;' answered weighed the other. pounds upwards I"

In connecaon vih the Charleston Daily Mail performed in a very improper and ineffectual Diago, gave: ." .' .. the mules, and don't interfere with 'the vested. 'who
:5ttm.p 8.1 vannali,the steamer SARAH manner. Whether or not this stricture appliesas Juice 35 rights of the people. young in the gentleman, was sitting reading., '

5PlLDLm,from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the well to Louisiana as to' Cuba.and the other Begassa ,- 65, Your third question involves a point upon a paper'How much did same room, inquired sir?' i .V ]II
you say, .
K&MuISiages from Picolatu to St. Augustine West India islonds, I cannot speak from knowU -. which I have many doubts.-crossing the melon Nine hundred and'upw rds,7 answered the I'

I ml from Black reek, vi v .Newnansville, I edge; bat from all I learn, I presume it does.- 100 with the pumpkin, certainly enlarged melon othef.That. .

UligKor, llinewl Springs uul Columbus, to A general spirit of haste and hurry pervades ,- but it will, require a,large share of the attention is about father
as large
as some
Tallahassee.O'JlMl'LGEE.. the whole force ofjhe plantation, and in con- Olaheitecane, ground'by..mill turned by,oxen, of philosophers' to show it. on't. ruin ,makes in this county,' .was the young my man's, tI-
Cipt. A CHASE. sequence much is done without system. In on fhslnge/iio Coca belonging to Don Ambrosio the nutmeg. 'his cheeses two thou- I
.. I reply; generally average.
T.llTTtlEWS, P.IcNELTY. I grinding, to obtiin the proper yield, the most Romero, gave: I With high respect I remain, sand pounds.' *'
These packets leive S ivinn.h every TUESDAY I perfect system should be strictly observed. Juice 56 Your most obedient servant TirotJsozuaiui pounds exclaimed"V the; tWo

alSATcaDAr MOaNING, at 10 o'clock and ar- Tho mill should be not only .regulated to a uniform Begassa .. r 44 Z. TAYUOJE.. in hoy
strangers, perfect 8tonishmenVhi, Ii|
!eatPicolitaini4n; for the Mail Stages to go speed, but should be sufficient power to AUGUSTUS MONTAGUE SNOOD Esq. docs'he manage a dairy capable ofinakiJg suck : .j j jan

th.'O ;1 to JsL Augustine before night every work off the entire crop without requiring the 100. :enormous cheese? inquired .both,, simulta- ,
Itar will the ,. Laconic C rruptmt1enu.-The following correspondence "' V V *
hy mu .Monday.kuruiag speed to exceed the rate which permit neousry;* r" I t H
:. i!.-.ve i' \. tk I every TUESDAY and: juice to flow off readily before the begassa isliberated : btaheife cane ground by water-power.on the
Fusii HOS.VISG, at 7 o'cioci, touching as above from the mill,so that this begassa may Ligenio flolanda,. belonging. to .Don. Lorenzo 1822, between .the then. Secretary of the Treasury has extensive, trough, leading down the side u t
andihe Collector,of the port Mobile: .
M t'QY.h not in expanding act as a to absorb a I Montalvo,yielded: .
sponge I TREASURY DEPARTMENT ) of a large, on.his,plac.e, and half way.down: !|
.boWox pressure bo'its. in complete large proportion of the expressed juice. The I Juice '. .e'. .. : '. .-' 57 there is immense vat j j' the cows are.milked..
Jan. 15 1822.
1.i\n' htnsc.nely: furn. hel in every res- importance of grinding at low speed is rendered i Begassa -,. 43, ,Sir This WAsINGio1 desirous, know-{ in the trough)'and 'the same rUnS into"- this" $'
; 4fe comm n1c1 by gentlejnen, of well evident by the following mean results of numerous ." J .. : Department is reservoir about midway on .the side 'of'thehilL7
; how far the river You tl
the and their made the de : lPU ing ,Tpmbigbee runs up. .
tDtnerperjnce on route, pat- experiments by Marquis : : will to communicate the information.Respectfully V'V, v% %
Tags 1 sllre.l (h. t every attention will be Ste. Croix a very intelligent planter of the island please Leaving the strangers to.digest his esaripi
t11 iIw! th 61fdy and comfort .of passengers Martinique, and which I extract from a The juice obtained, from these different varieties S CollectorMobile.MOBILE ., tion, the yo 1fman coolly laid down his paper.
ad to ti refal bundling of freight. work* he has written on the. manufacture of cane was, of different density, and <; DIKSMORE Esq., ; and walked off 'Presentiyjthe landlord Vpe1 step. '

AGENTS: : l agar. doubtless, therefore, the. canes varied much in ,'Feb 1, 1'822. in.' V' .:< &'. I
web S: Tur.per, Savannn.li.ttbeLor With the same mill, and its rollers set in.the composition; but all of these,' results fall.far jj3m: -4.have the honor:to acknowledge .the I Db you know V % that man.who left this.

!: Darien. same way, the juice obtained constituted 45 percent short! of the amount, :ofjuice contained, and 'receipt of your letter,.of the 15th ulL, and of.in I loOm a. (minutes since,young T inquiredono of the :
(1rijjj ; ; Brunswick. of the weight of the canes ground when which might or should have- been_expressed. forming. you, in reply. ".,,'t .the Tombigbee dOes I strangers. V V VV 1 g!

I MBesen:, St. ..Marys.1n1ez the rollers made six revolutions in & minute, ,*.Ann.,de Chinuet de Phys, t. p:39. not run up. at all ,' 'Yes, sir,' said the landlord, lie Js the V son of-
& Bisbee two h' Very respectfully '. : rr", .f J
Jacksonville. and 70 per cent when.the velocity was only ajdairy.ownerin! this county

1 lCcj, Black Creek. and a revolutions per minute; difference I Flowrartd Meal.-Thelttst number Black-' ..'f.. .:: *, .io S. &DINSMORE: 'What is his character.,for truth. and veracity .; .

t jCooley, Picolata. of25 per cent. 1 wood Magazine contains an interesting 'JI.n. W. H. CKAWTPRD, Setfy. Treasury.TREASURV T inquired the stranger;,; ,,," -1 ._;.>; ,.; j
-'-. Palatkli As the surface developed is for an'equal num Johnson the'celebrated.Scotch paper DepAaTMEHT, "> *'I never heard?iV'doubted.7-TepUed the landlord .: 11
from Professor .. .
} tte & Charleston. ber of revolutions proportional to the diameters chemist the c mparatiYe'8ubst.1.nce WAeuINGTONMZTCb lj 1822,, I c / iyiv J--.c. VV .'

i-_Goods consigned to the Agents for- of the rollers,.M.tie 8te.. Croix asserts that a Agricultural in coarse andjine,upon flour; and the point he 8 .: !I have;:the. ,Honor.tof infornT you\hAt ZyeasOnfor.askingyonsaid: tie .'ra.IiJH

J Tied free of commission. Freight from Sa- good result will be obtained by rollers which seeks to establish is that whole meal -or flour. this Department has no further service" for'y u 'gexyiSf that be;has been telling that his fath-.i i

Jjak and Charleston, and all way freight develop a surface of four or fiveyards in lengthper containing the whole of the ingredients of the as,Collector.. -",.,ofJVIobileVA' ;: ,. .*' '"' manufactures c_ at.hw.dairyin this;) XI

Rwl by shippers. minute, so that a roller of two feet diameter wheat':is.not only,more healthy but:mbrejpro-; Respectfully." : \ county,'wnich average two thousand' pounds in,,. 11 !
8ptber 17 1847, tf 1 1iwO"'ICE. should make from two to two and a half revolutions "W.'R CRAWFQRD weigh.t : .1 'i : VUdon't "
----L. fitable,than fine flour from which:.the bran, &&, : : .* v ., ,z. V '
: minute S; DncSltoB.E'EsqMobi1e.A know,anything about the weight'of his'-'
per % is cxtract d. The gist of his argument is, that ;
( S after d.lte the undersigned And if it be objected that this velocity. is insufficient there tire three ingredients in the' h'unian body r-, .t U.' ,- __r_. l ,-_:-t :' cheeses'answered the landlord,'but 1 know,that r I't

'iLl apply to the Honorable the Judge of to express the requisite amount' of which need' constant nourish wen vizri'fat A:Washington- \t lettersaysWhat JTa'S -- -S-'will. Coar. this*old u'r O s at the bottom;;: the bill,. on.*

p '' r.v- County of Duval, for Letters'of juice in a given time, then the length of the.rol- bone and, muscle: The'vegetable' food we"consume '-', gressdo1.: -_ w .,_. ,.v ..* his placed*two saw'ill, which ,arejdrnen'the'" : .. .

l on on the Estate Joseph Alveres lers should,be increased, and,if necessary,also, ',contains'lth e substances..almost ready, II; They will L'Wri12 gle1id'diSctW; for"three" '' trh ky aT 'f'1f b .thevhep'ivhwk 'nm.c fr.D't::. ft .
late ofgjd is the ( .months the war,and.its expenses, hu !. ,; :
CountYJ: deceased. the power of the engine. It quantity formed 'Flour from wheat;contains these! in' &heeseyren ,: 'i'r V :
juice required, per ,hour, under ,circumstancesthe ; 2.. They,will pass another{loan.bill,?# :: '('Will joube 80'k nii'as to rupqurhoi.-" V I
e3th 1847.JOSEPH A. BARBEE.6w most favorable for perfect extraction thereof; larger ity--leiw5in or,smaller mare proportions in unbolted, according;' and the,qual-food! '3.'They:will' make a vigorous effort to re-mo4"; cS t'quietly.. reikea.:'th- h traveller.V .., .j '.Jl,> : .: V j!
should determine the of ) el the tariff, which'the result is. uneertainr4vSameof VV '
which : power the.en betno t.wkoldsome.which contains .these "Vi V. ..T ., II l
must ,
r( OT.fIC., the.Su.b treasuryJ; 7 : t t- w: V V 1 '. 44THigTiutetoGa1azZrv.We
to be employed. ; ) r.I I
gine :
lXi'EEKS The .Professorproceeds have
S after date, the undersigned if planter should ,haveaiready erected a ingredientsmost abundantly. : :., They:will pass$heriverand harbor bill It rarely :
apply.to the Honorable the of any bT a- formidable'arm, of analytical read a:more*striking/tribute to a daifingjwart: -
?rubj Judge will be,vetoed and they-will then jt. over
and which to pas*
mill with an engine rollers grindhiscrop : .
howinu c '* It is from
Orthe demonstrations'toprove ncherthje T-V <( s < L -f nor than thefoUowIng. an extract
J ': County of Duval for Letters ofratioxt II
must worked'at.t a speed considerably the veto. ,.: !. "J. '
whole meal is than thee fineiflour sin th' three the 8eventh 'number'.otThierii :Consultate and i
on estate of Andres Lopes wiU.o de1'mrbMh 'aiaesouhli.:
? ..
higher than that which gives a maximum subs lnces.\The'following -, JL They where the author iftbcat: t.describe.tiietattleVfFriedlandr :tt j
J. BARBEE. above mentipned'essential Empire, .. ; .
L.- A. Presidential ticket ; and all legislation of Conrgrcss "' 'T'
then .. :
yield of juice Jor given weight lofcanej1 ill"the7 facts that ie 'C'; i,
? berlrlOth, 1847. 6w and table contains are } be in reference to the succession. .& : '' '. *.:,.& V '
ne wilifind it greatly to his advantage profit : ; will S ; :
'the 'quantities Surrounded bis lieutenants apoleon .
exhibiting1'atVa Tiew : >. ,
l't'b.. NOTIVE. to employ; no greater velocity than is absolutely l wilU b .bowterous,.intensely, interesting, :*V J t V
S' ; 'contained in ,1000 ft* of wholemealindfirie'flonf with :"that ne"A.flrn1th&
: respectively and< expWndtothemV: ;
after date, the undersigned requisite;'for the grinding of'the crop. .L. '. *" : t .' ,1( i'gissy? reniarkablyexpensive.to.those" 'if .1)II
; .. '" *' precision .Umguage7whiciwereusual.fwiththi
PPly to the Honorable :the Judge of A quantity,.of cane:imperfectly-ground j ; wo ..wbohavetojytl&epiper.-. _: __ .;: :, "
large u : WholeMeaL Fine : I '. _<' C"the part which j ch; of them had to
the County of DuvaL, for Letters,of mal.Yield, a larger'and 'better1 resuli:tha .a' Musculamatter:. ':15tf lbsB "ol V..!*"1
,__, non the estate ofSebastiinEspi- muller,'quantity tbooughly.Mxpressed..wbenfro4 'And. Bou '..inttria1.j170' ":::60''J 4 4.Bfayty. ofngivfyMtonpfy-*' PP&Vsays an" doihtinto, Fnedland. "t'L'I.d V
J. A.BARBEE.,. other' dis circumstances ; ..iI'. the,:Anglo Saxon: ,:'toanyinanofcommon.sensei "
'Orr va itagedus: 'Fat.-. .. '<- 8l 7r'* 20 a.. $ :;* Russians*crow 4ed together JJ1'frontjl yonder.is.- j
'.lOthl847. 6whi' ; whether right or 'toblockp '
the.cane to be ground as rapidly !I not $ : I
require "Taking the three;'ingredients, therefore, together "'such1_absurdities jthegoal7 said he'\timarch:to itwhhoutlookingjjabout .
f road to!learniag'with .
the t\
NOTICE ,aa possible'it jnay.be.often impra.cticaJ le.or! whole meal is ", V int'athaC: ':ckjmas :, hatev 1
: 3 says the'Pr fessort'tbe; .thes'e- '..r"j.U...,. .. ,'r.'iniht.'t. ..: yoi; .break. terit'costsy
given that SIX after date the planter,togrpditmperfectly4Insuehius ; 'W. > tbe'bridgi. '
: MONTHS all the
one half more valuable'for fulfilling parposes Tptl ;.. -
G-u ro.l.rn1. :
pty to the base 'he consent"to lose a 'TO ftw ,. iof:1 wait*
ot the perhaps portion1of .a- bottt V
HonorableJua ; of nntiit o.D thaifth'eime: flo1U"and:3-',. ''l'n'U' 1TtJ.- : 'anli. : .
:: Court. r Nassau dis- the juice which he otherwise, would.have-ob-' childrei "4nOthenL'aad'to .T. ,. ., ct ." -, --left --,*-is ;.
. 'fro oountyfot peciAliy.ICit;K He'ad i'a < '+pV.jff k"-p"" 1i ow ma0happ .Qtt jour righk onyo < ,
tfltheEecutorship&lkeriate: on the Esto.t (t tainedt but while there.i*no such'necessity for tnoser'undergb; J:bodily .faV. :.PI".."u'DO'TT .11 .n.\''.....,...,.L.Igh':" ,'{, .there1.
otsaidconntydeceaed.LA. .' hastyand imperfectwork ij nQ'reason" tiguc'It,1r111,not be d bl ".he'Btgttcs'tha ; ."r. ;: ", ".' ..J. t....
:lll1t A .., RUSSEU.kxc tor... for-fast-- '"grinding."t- LK'- .. "j .*H' ,". .; .: ,. it iafora inirP se'Hh4trth 1 eitt 'h C.Q.u.G-u. UG'lIOug4.; ;, d' lAIug16.i''$"'yuok ctt: '' r.'N "!oolU('f1rit1.. .N i', ..irouti1' ,:"task'" ''. ,
1 7. 6m, Jn Cuba 1,nave Been tile cane ground someestates elj1 ( t ml e'g rt .8 1 p. : ; -.si gnQ4to u.'a -gallop.to arrange;1t I.
n '
-' .raken': : :' ,far,::more Rapidly Jhan.seemed tpbe re"'. ,substances which? are necessary:'for the cbmplfcte' ._ ?*C.OG, :::Miccough- .''Hikup,' .his.tr p' before the_wood- SortlaciL.:6tructi: V V k
Up, c' : hours the ,:mill*would,be ,'...There arboutixtjthoaudwordsIithEnflsh g ri .A4 < "VAW J J ?
For several r < .4
Brthe quite 6MW rwitb'1Wi'
the nutrition of Animal .. .
! %._ subscriber: : Monday auguaenot eUtyf. t'hi h Are'(pro ; ltA"i..pcJ'l.. "Ai.
th of September last .: 'tolerably run at.a high speed,,and thojuicei:coUected inconsiderable "jerationi jSiawise/dr ifJi.ia'attempting fo: ,... ..: .. .u.< !.,,Mort er,"S&1 Ion 1
; Srer fwouldi 'etani a'' noo c t;P they are,pdl-4. ;:en4veryehild'ch ... : : T1iersQMarshal
it reIit
Tcservoirs iih ) Mr
large : .i
C b 1r1 bay MULE inuch'markh ,: ,undo..thiauit1 coUocatibitfbf materials.7j3Vplease .' '"*"' "*" :*". earstQa comnon school*.spndaWthfogtiiai Thi ieod t. ii
.. eeol1 on b fidesTHeisbrandeo; length of time'btr >it"could.be % eye and1 the'palat 'welnft'out'ti lesswhatwe n t) e tQ', ; i itierbhJu 1 'with whom ne'was OA .

:. loDe, 'Cr14 \i'on'his: fore Boulder.te .l dra : ff for .potation.' d;. fceaseV ou e' ge er:4 Ii.hutrlt\ve. fo cJ::t m ,fo< .r*.>'.;, ".' ">;.yL-.".-"'--',.'. -'>'7''-, "rl-f'AI vjAfr A.g. -..1. ,.",j t'..> ; f" ..J,.. tf' t lf V \\1 1V t
"' these reservoirs fire --fiHc4Vthe grinding, jexperiezbeteach jnt I +-t. .. h. .. .''' :
? is' ; ; h&v ?removed : ; : ..;. T 1 :4-.f .! ,.w'I"M :,
: owner
requesteahim. <
t I S. .ThibIJohi 'Q "i.J""m't eh' '.:' "" .4': ,
Ti ] v.wC $ V I
; .until! they are,, emptied,, ,whenJ.t.c mmenccag.Lgedin l :-l:100a rvi S'd 't. "
6 tnd 'from'thetweoi : : : .taken out f ( :V
away .mem1rlnte. beeu.en- .tooripdon&M' -s : .: ''t'tW.J seat,in, 8 dttringithVenlmingXessron.1He ; ._ V
.hanng. 't'or | oagre 1ritiiti
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D 1't1 ,. f.tri V .
er' Jack- ... .ot :1
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.elAlI. Q., -.. < f 0 ther' 'orlfh, i1 t'at offe ding the \ ,.. .: .-, ..' I r-' Uiinks'he'jcaniwinter. ;'in Washingtonmoree g. ;': V
ie7'iFetj. ... ..' .. 'aua"u4I8n.ar&4 Jle V
: >1. 'I""I ;";; w "I \U J. 'j..It. hW.f 1.m cvcri iatf 1e& plf'eeS .
''i :"\ .JOHN'UOBERTStSez' Fabric :.U 'dll.'s ie i C I : J,YI4. :sm 1'i"'fleu W-r" ed'i.a.D -J -- 1i. } -"," '' ., ,?, \' fastened together by indissoluble glut! : VV
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etet kits "I' ; r"h .fH'j.. .U = t, i' I.e
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I : 0 _, r.tat." . -r ...'. ":' ..' -. .'f-. ..' -..!S--S. _.,,. z "_ S. ,_ '.' .'."' -... -Satrthrplgf ':A-:" ." .:-,' :t:' ..-Z' _
: : :1' -- -- .
: :7: : ;; ftthfs1 .' ft tJ ..ti r tbe'piftted.".bIn' "':'-TI1fcrJ: : .
? k k 'L' .WC" lofF: d 3'fUl& : 1 tn d'.i1o ; n :
W zi H .N .8'1- : :, which was to the'P. furoishwafactnre 1
T "E.h ; licly referred,t in our Dexnocratio,8tae teg1slaten4 jugthe1zf .9"f" iit r ulhIcereetei to,the Senate fofthevery of Tnrpeoilat In North f't.-tt... If

L }4' JACKSONVILLE, 'NOVBiBEB(3, ;1847. hare not had the lo I r;! ( LlA K CAmk'.)ftr7j| sectionqf.the t .Act fCoJo : iI'rposeof.excltiding ,inch a.construction mn&for of barrels of TnState. ?petIni v '_ .. .

; t ; : sence in that body;sic<; Keconclude||o ran oaJudgeot 3i,4, (March;1847.entitled "an.act tcenatl1 estibl&f ia:ow/advertls&ient. proposes.' : '.h !th Etatels: atl1 t 'lOt' tb

: tha Southern rc --iK'nlpoar \ post'routes'and** -i tor'other- purposes."j'itis ,- 'Ifurtherjiddtiiatlmftde: a peraonal.inspec"tioxfiSf -' :th ti2QO OfwhJ. h"m hlw.i.U' rts .

'provided.."That"the'Postm-ster General be, the parchment Spoilwhich .the law' U ,state,:.the, 'Wgest\- ott1o being a1lt1Utd '. ,

correspondent meant to suggest, Whig ana he ..is. hereby authonicd to .contract'for enrolled, in the state'Department since the adjournmenVof -' Tbeest1mataluetothzg, "

majorities should abstain- &rnjheirjisuaiJeaI.* transporting mail from Charleston south Cirolins Congrcss/and,that (he .:punctuation $1,7O0,000annu4ly., .About; OOO ct iiu.Y *

ousies, and:permit the-Representative from this to Ch greS t chingat;St;Auzstwt andKei'West differed from:the printed copy in a manner; borert are, enMged.j .!'niakinff'j.- 'j'' ..'. ft

_ __ __ __ __ county, now that he has been sent to the Legis- and! uo'titHavana1nho: '' Island of which. ''makea- the constructton'l.cWm.mclft.ms' inoperationJSO: stilly nhe& I *4I
; .number .. tG&T5f'
kii Cuba, if ieez expedient: t and across the isthmus ntl'e: ., s .*, _, .of tni, ;
;"' NOTICE. ature by the Judge of Probate, and not by the to Panama, &&', s > .'. ..' ,: I .1 big Ieyen'lsO to inform you that there bas :would re itnrei.800Q O-barrel*'b.1aU '\ ia

4L! THE'REV.E. AUBRIL will hold divine service eople. ?, to manage things in his, .own fashion.! ., > 'j lUpbu the fob of.August* last,' the'' >eopleofSt muc' t deptjx btwat. r.on'the bar of .St';Angtts- .than' is now madel",which'Is an sitt1ie

[ I Catholic Church in ti'is place, everyday ,Augustine.wereVinf9rmedvby a,letter from tine as there is at Chagreaj-and hat a steamer distilling,houses_we ,o eid nra.a: Is0c
at the F.& :ELECTION.-The.latest accounts state Mr.-Westcott{published in the Florida Herald of 300 touwb1ethepro! ( r'we of a reeel '. 0cU
i1 ; 1. until next thursdiy,lusively,at half. past that the question is settled,.and that the,Whigs that'."the,Genl Post Office hid just made a con for the line contemplatedand: makes the Points of Jfww. Col Montgomery
_a j)3
_even A. M, and at four o'clock P.M. On Sunday hue a satisfactory jonty in,both branches,of tradtirith some gentleman in Ch:rle t n,'for a safest of all oeen'stearn-osselsifproperhy con- 'inadnel.aboutadog;. CoLRasway--| J

i: at nine o'clock A. M, and three P. M. the Legislature. This,will secure the choice of steamboat mail twt e', 'month trim'Charleston .structed, can pass and repass the bar.at St. Augustine a IervantMr.'F iit thersin'ln'.j5< $ atocruit "' 'tir

i r a Whig the United States Senate.-Bost. Daily to Key West ant'flawTW,'for'about $4 ,OOO :per at anytime without. .the slighest trouble.I ; Sterne's father lit one about i 1C08 .''

$ The Hon. DAVID L. YuLEsjand lady passed Advertiser. annumthe; stemboit"to' be,at'l r.t'1000\ tonl took great .R.ndan active part in the another gentleman'in ODe bout tn'clo "' 'cri ,

j a through this place on Sunday last on their way Bah Not ,exactly.-The members of the burthen:and(svited for 'a fD r- steamer.St';'Aij pasugeofthejronston for,the:line under con is j f' cne officer was challenged 'io .

'. gu tin waS specified as anintermediate,point ; you_that it:was not in- his to
rt1 ; from Washington to st. Augustine, where they legislature to be elected next year will have, ly asking opponent erjoy the .t afi PI
& S to stop in the law, but some documents forwarded tended to open to .the Department any discretion let ;j. and another was compelled to
u jffz intend as we understand, to reside a few weeks. something to say about the choice!f'a Senator. 'showed that the the route and .
t.ii I by citizens of StgustiD a as to stopping pkces on a pinch of snuff; Gen.- Barry WM $
j c hare been We notice that the Whig prints all. over the steamboat of the Sizo opoffcould'not enter that any contract.differing from. that construe- by a Captain Smith for declining win i

: PENl'CSYLVANIA.-AU the ccjinties country have fallen into a similar error, and are that port, and no trials:'were" put ,in',,for that,. tiqnwill be in-direct conflictwith the me.ining' her'in a steamboat, although the Genenl i2pleidcd "

( tt& i'I heard from, and the returns show a majority of chuckling at the idea having a W ;g Senator por ." -* :';' and fair terms of the liiw. The.only uiacretion u an excusetb,t.1f1ne?--r.rb '; '

; I, r ii: 18,538. for SHDNK,'the Democratic candidate for In a communication 'over the signature"of;; intended,to be allowed. was as 'to the termini.At .- him sick; and Lieut. C01rth lost hiilitifa' .t1
; d.I from this State. The large"Whig:mnjority in "'Augustine5" in the Florida Her.ild of the all events;I trust that.no contract will.be. .duel because he was-refused admi..t&nc&a'P'

T .: u. ; Governor. _ _, the State Senate will produce some effect but a 24th'August,'deeming gross" justice hud been made which does, not contain the whole kn- .club of plgeon-thootcrs I i

i 1it t: OHIO.-In the Legislature af this State the good Democratic majority in the Lower House donein this matter,1 fully examined the whole puajre and provision of the ].1w. as 'was done by ;In 1777, a duel occurred in New t rk' 'II

subject and contended that ,the law'gave,the the .Navy Department in its contract with Mr. between :Lieut FettherstonhoaghJcandj' % ( b
j ballot next will spoil some fine Whig schemes. ,
Whigs have a majority of eight on joint year ,
,*- P. M. General no discretion whatever, relative ..filoe.One Cwpt.McPherson;of the ::42J, 13ment'thi rit.2 "a
; : ,.;;. .-oftwo in the.Senate and six in the House. ,THE BAR OF ST. JOHN'S. RIVER. to omitting St Augustine or Key West,and that of the principal objects of the act, in providing regard to the ir.inner.ofeatii t a
_ _
4 the discretion w.si in for he connexion between Augustine i
only referencetotouching r the
i of ccnij one contending that eilt?
Ever since the of is I
L 4 MARYLAND.-The majority of THOMAS, the period the war, when. it at Havana,.which. wag a Spanish porf inTthe and Key Vesiwas; besides giving'to the.State from the cob; the other that the graia I.I1i t

,J :f .l& Democratic candidate for Governor of this State, but too true that, through collusion, many vessels direct line, and where vessel would be subject of Florida her proper advantage in the system be cut off before eating. Lieut 1eathj1.hionghlost .

z : Is 638. This is a Democratic gain of 1180 over were criminally lost the bar of the St.i i heavy port charges, and.which had no' ofste'.m'srvice which,was being .extensively hu right arm, the ball from'.Ui II0:

John's River has always been looked upon with claims for a mail at the expense of the U. S. I esbtbliahel ,to the benefit' of all other sections. tagonist'u pistol shattering the limb ddij,. i

I the election in 1844. horror all and further contended that neither this .nor any to prevent the recurrence r of such cases as 'the. ?o much so, that it had to be amputated, e

l t I CAPT. LIVINGSTON'S COllPANY.-W have been by ship owners insurance officesat other law;required that the steamboats shouldbe contested.election from Florida in the House of is &fact .Graham, Major Kouh's aasiaUat"td t

.p tj$ the North. Notwithstanding the fact that no of.oua thousand tons that such a 'sized" vessel Represen tives,of the late Congress, by givingto tor in the National Advocate, lost his lit>S.

kindly permitted to peruse a letter received in accidents have happened here. ,since that time was' unsuitable for this coast, and that a Key Wbt a connexion with the main land of ,l 27' at ,the duelling ground, Hobokea,".iit\ I

,4 ; this place, from member of Capt. LIVI GSTO 'S a bad reputation has still attached to the 'navigation steamer of 500 tons was far preferable r any the Stat to which it belongs,the want of which Barton, the son-in-law of Edward thii 't
; who and every as such Do'sizelrv.csse) couldin the ole occasion ,of that expensive and in about 'What
;- company of Florida volunteers, are now,at of the St. purpose; !tis simple dispute ,WII tramji* gin
John's River and while it has
1 :t' ? in Mexico. From this we learn'that they case of necessity enter any port-that the troublesone process. 'a game of c.rJs! Points of honor, u'eoa% t
last been difficult to obtainyessels it has been equally law did not.require that'the vessels should be )i\ Your obedient servant, munities where duelling "'.,.:. J

? i did not leave New Orleans until the 25ih September difficult to obtain insurance upon any thing suitable for war steamers, but)merely gave the \\ D. L.YULEE. times very brief points.. I

:r n : having changed from the Ann Chase to that sailed within our limits. As the commerceof U. S.:the'right, to. take them for. such."purpose if Hon. C JOHNSON', P. Ti!.0. ,_ __ ... .1.1PnssclJ

1'': .. the U. S. steamer Fashion. They arrived .at desirable. l.ers,
the country is rapidly increasing, and for I contended f1lrther, against the unreasonableness -' LATEST FROM VERA.. CRUZ.
i (
f ; Vera Cruz on the 30th, company: A, or Capt. Per U.S.Mail St.MttheTfs,Mo3 ltj froa&vannah
t the purpose dispelling the false impressionswhich of giving$45,000 per annum for carry By the irrival of the steamship Jas. L. Day, '
: ; KELLY'S company of Florida voluntcers arriv- ing the mail.to Havana in such sized steamer, Oct. 28iL s Bates,Mnl j }rJ
havelong we publish the annexed at New Orleans'. we obtain important intelligence }
; ing two days afterwards. when it could be carried for $l ,OOO 'over the tin BeaU and Johnson. ,, I
certificate of the pilots at the. Bar both.of from:ilexico. We extract from the Del. _
in smaller and .
r1 same route steiner touchingat
At the date of the letter, October 6th, they a. Per steamer Wra. Gaston frcm avn "
whom are men of th.- highest character, signed the intermediate ports required by.the law. ta- ,{. :
j' the Plains about three miles
b were encamped on also by the Collector of the District. We trust I insisted that the depth of water at St. Augustine On the September Santa Anna after October 30th.-Mrs. Fadler .and 4S CI11d! (
I from Vera Cruz, waiting to get mn enough to that it rill be noticed by commercial journals: was amply sufficient to admit any suitable his arrival iiPu' bl*, purporting, to be in, ccm- .Mrs Kell, W J Thomas Lady *nFChi1d )

( ; !1' take up their line March tor the city of Mex vessel, and that ,the Postmaster Generalwas mand of SOOjD men,addressed Col..Childs, at tht PorterHRSadlersnd9decc.PerMdl .'

t ico. About 1500 men were encamped, and ft bound to give the contract to contractorswho garrison luebla, requesting his immediate steamer Ocaiaulgee fact:..
f As false and ,
1' erroneous impressions prevail would do the whole service required by the
1: ; deal of sickness had but of evacuatiqp .t that post, permitting Cot Childg
great prevailed, no naL 31th. -Mrs Yule n1
law and that theP.. M. General should have October ,
abroad to the cut ,
; as danger of this Barwhich operates to form jui'ciion with Gen. Scott or with :he
1 very dangerous character. A great deal of enthusiasm down the size of his vessel rather than infringed child Mrs Fisher Miss Fisher. MrsilrIk
against the trade and commerce of the American tofces at Perote, and threatening, in ,
was felt by both men and officers. upon the solemn law of Congress.I the event of L'ol. C's. Master Oeo. Messrs Dei1h1t
t Hirer, it is right and proper that these impressions remarked. the fact that the P. M. General refusal, to assault his posi Payne Payne, *,

: SHIPWRECK.-The steamer Narragansett from should be corrected by a statement of had i issued upon his advertisement for proposals tion. In of Col.Uhildi'Genl Santa reply Anna to he the deiends very modest himself request Fisher,Rev JF. Young, T J Stark,J 11.Idol

r New York to New Orleans, via Key West, ran facts. with an express invitation to omit St.Augustine, from the charges of Santa,Anna cs regards the Mr Tiiney and 4 deck.

't ::: 4 i1 although us we huve seen, the law expressly ill-treatment .Per U. S. Mail St. Matthews, )1c.'ie1ti'frI.
; ashore off Mosquito Inlet on the afternoon of At spring tides 14 feet of water is found on the Mexican citizens by the

.; k :i the- 18th ult. In consequence of bad weather the Bar-at common tides 12 feet-and at low and names for it all ns these place caVfses requireq Claimed be that touched the law at, troops Santa under his cccua&nd. .With regard to Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee'tforrabe*
I Annn'a threats of attacking him in case
she made for New Smyrna, but having no pilot, water 7% feet. hud been olad'by 'the P. 0. Dept. and the of.his refusal \\o evacuate the garrison, Col 3rd.-Mrs Bosworth' and son,Miss Jrn lUn

4L and the bar being one of the most difficult on There are three good Iron Buoys placed in rights and il1t tbls of Florida trampled upon. Childs replies IB follows: B Judd,Dr, Parsons,Messrs J Boswor HJtJ1

: : the coast, she grounded. At the time of the the channel of the Bar, marking truly its course in answer to these remarks, the I'ostmasterUen. 'With regard to that particular part of yourExcellenrya land, II Wilson: Master Judd end 2 decL'PORT
in the letter which mention and in
replied you .
leu r which demands the surren- -
disaster she had board cabin -on approaching the Bar from the North the -
on some eighteen
which he changes the issue and speaks of various
.i der, within a filed time, of all the positions MARINE 'NTELL) E1I t
t; A and all Light House the South side matters of the record but does not
thirty-five steerage passengers, of whom [on my ,
1w got to shore with their baggage without any should bear S. W:, which will bring you in sight himself from the violation of.the law, I can only] sty in reply ihut.having been hon- 'OF JACSON1LTN.S .; T2t
4 harged upon him, except by claiming that it is ',_. $ __.' .. _. ,z.
of the ered with the and
outer vessels from the duly guarding protecting
difficulty.The Buoy- North can : '-. 7ABRITED.
in him To
the this let-
't; X' Narragansett was an old boat, and had be seen by the pilots, in clear weather, from 10 .vested er of the Postmaster by punctuation.General,1 have fully re- them, it is equally my greatest wish, und 'ra.! ? '_v. ".,
t mount obligation dp preserve them to the L stAnd Oct. 28tb.-Stemer St: Mittieiri ftptifcMcNflty
long run upon Long Island Sound between New to 15 miles distant, and are always boarded by lied in the Herald of Oct. 19th,'since which I ani. fully satisfied that 1 shall be able to S ,Savannah, to Ferns\ IT |;-_

r 1; York and Stoning ton. We understand she was them, when the weather renders it possible ime have received the enclosed letters, which defend them successfully. inasmuch ag 1 hvveat Merchandise to Bellows, ,J31'buBtI. ,

.t .; 41 destined; to run between New Orleans and some when too stormy for them to venture outside, which IOU will please will append t 'to this statement taken ,'and are'"ully by .my'disposal all the,resource essential to its F &Bisbee H 0 MoSs&'co, C J WSflL- .
you see e grounds by me
I. full and complete accomplishment" Oct.Oth.T stcijner Wm.G 8tonT JMraawi,
r Mexican port vessels are safely waived in by signalIt sustained by Senator,Yulee, and u former co.4e
hours from S.xvannahto Holmes& ?*
After an attack of five d.1Ys.rhich was most 24
is !'ostnuster General senator Niles of Con ecti.
high water on the Bar at the full and fc Efc
: eJ indize T' 0 Moss &co m/ndex .
'r t : FIRE AT BLACK CREEK.We regret to announce of the .ut, who was the framer 'of the Bill, and yet gallantly repulsed by Col. CUILDS it was abandoned .
I change moon, at 20 minutes past 7 bee Dr.A S Baldwin ( oL J H Jlelntoih
; : that the dwelling house, store, goods, Kith these very letters before him, the P.M. by Santa Anna. Saoxn
o'clock. Ocpmolgee Chase
The outer Buoy is placed outside th Oct. 31st-steamer ,
t' Jenenilmade the contract alluded to. It is
ii;. and saw mill of Mr.LEWIS S. BENNETT t &s.t&Fernandez
Black Bar in 4 fathoms water. cith pleasure that I furnish them for publicu- On the 1st of the present month, Gen. Santa <'h. via Dirien Brnn. wickSt Maryv
; 1; fire at the head & Disbee. Merchandize: to 0 WcoJ.,
i Creek were destroyed by on the night of Anna of 2005 men.e..vdrylUlinfantry -
To show the'little ion bearing witness as they do to the toith- .
incurred ,
risque vessel
; the 28th ult. It originated in the kitchen, as by ulIness and exertions Mr. Yulee in this mater and with .three.pieces' artillery 'Fa J r' Hemming, Fernandez: & Bishee.
entering this Bar it is to state. lied but of Puebla S t Matthews He*
: only necessary intending to attack the American November 3rd,-steamer
is and I that theP. AL General should
: regret
supposed through the carelessness ofa ,
ser- that train which left the first inst Fernandez &Bisbee.; _Meroh adJ%ttl t tJ
for the last seven years not one loss has oc this mutter receive the sanction J: n or approvaljf
rant, whence the flames communicated to the : and reached W F Cribtree and Dn' K
curred either. vessel or representative of Florida. Perote on the -iih. .But, before r. Foreman, G Yale,
0i: .? remainder of the dwelling house,which together JOHN cargo. any Florida is at best badly treated, and 'the sta- riving at peynhualco, the designs of.the com do: .
; with the store and merchandize therein, was i istics given by the P. M. General, show that marider-in-chief of the. Mexican forces where I NOT.lstSchr.OHPerry-Wooster\Por.

.L:4: '.'J* speedily burned to the ground. Some furniture JAMES LATTIMORE .vithin'two years our net revenue hItS increased wholly frustrated'all his men, with the excep. I, Cf4 EARED. S

: 'ft which had been Pilots, St John's Bar,' inder the low postage, law, to nearly 100 per tion oi'130 hussars Of his personal gu :rl, having Oct. 23th.-Stwmer St.31attheWMCN11,

partially consumed, was then East Florida. .jent, while' the amount' expended for mail pronounced agjtinst him Aa nn tixcase for Chase, Savannah.: .

I stored for safekeeping in the.saw mill and erelong JAMES .ransportation, 'is cut down nearly 'hali'iu ihe j.this proceeding officers and'pr Yittea alledg.l 1' S Oct. 30th..\V m. Gaston, MendeH Sivanaoi,

:t: t ,this building also was discovered to be in DELL Collector, same time. G.Jt. FAIRBA. K ( that they were firmly) convinced that their I Oct. 31st-Steimer. Oc-amulgce, .Chase, 8vannsh.
,St. John's District. further contiuumce. at the dispos.i1ind'under I
: : flames. This catastrophe is the to be deplored St Augustine, Oct 30th, 1847.
"1 more the crdr of the ex.Pr idenfc woula only he I I. Nov. 3rd.-Steamer St.'Matthew?, McNelk1

.:$t as it has swept tway the whole of the : MAIL TO CHAGRES, VIA ST. AUGUSTINE. (copy-) followed by tiieii complete S'icriftse-and I Chase, Savaas 1. _

'1' J little property which has been accumulated by We lave received from Mr. FAIRBANKS of St. Letter from Hon. John M. Nile to Hon. D. L' 'that, wiih-U, thfcir country would not derive the. -

iT! 1 : one of our most industrious and enterprising Augustine the 'Yu'.ee, lig lte.t benefit from it I.-R p Es ii: E T P:
following communication in re They attributed the wnfortunate events of the .
: t: citizens but.'We HARTFORD. June 3d. 1847. Jt'llt. '
: rejoice to perceive that the i UK UirAIXW
rercnce to our paragraph two weeks since war aud their want of their b.ittles
concerning tTK1Ul.
My Dear Sir:-Your favor'of the :22d tilt S THE FAi
a1.. community testify a proper sympathy for his the outside Steamboat. Mail. We regret was duly.received, and'should have received an against tUc invaders, to his incapacity and uh., OF THE CIRCUiT COURT FOR 1847.

IIiI? loss and have generously and liberally come perceive that arli rejly but I have been' much skiliuluesa.: Even'some of them loudly declared -
our remarks have been,totally so occupiedwith \ him be the Grand Jurors and sworn cccordias t o,
to atruitorand
III forward to relieve him from :his dis out door concerns that I consequuntly unworthy ,
present misunderstood and neglect my cor elate of WP
itt. we can only.attributeit respondence. of holding any command i iq tUeMexic i.lU.a.nny. i. :law, respectfully present, at the

tress. to' the morbid sensitiveness entertained x labors at this tune:- ,
_ _ _ by 1 am very sorry to learn that Mr. Johnson First:-The unsettled question of the? '
the citizens of The greater part:of thesa transactions trans
venerable neighbor which puts: the construction the act establishing a ot
t: : WHAT is FAME!"-The old adage that ; pired at Top:iluo:;n..S.tnta 'site.ot: ( Benton county-Th.t it-is the.W
says leads them to mail to Chagres which he does; for it it ii?
misinterpret our meaning, when- you say and *entative to.flS. *
; r Never 1 AunA having got to Tepey.ihualco.withhis our Se.p.ito Rppre. .
tread on a.dog's tail if you don't like is open to such a coustruction the fault.i* mine
: ever we allude to them cts&a
ex.cept.in terms of 130 husktra he received rderfromn'thegovernment best endavor to get a special r. ,
? his teeth,might, at the present day find its as I drew the bill, ,Imd certainly h-ul no intension tO pet'\
'next session of.the General Assecbl1r
+ praise. In that paragraph we were only guided nor had the committee who r2pol.te.1it. .. of Queretiird direciing;lm to proceed
\ counterpart in "Never cheat a man out of thither at once' 'With'811 the troops'which mane:ly locate tbecountysitebyPreCmissioners j
by the letters of Mr. Postmaster .JOHXSON It was read'.to the comniittee'atntl. .'be import. '
his Tote !F' The course of our Judge of Probate :were at his orJers. But' the Gaueral did 'notdeeunt : ;; one to be elected by thejwpw
and Senator WESTCOTT. As once ot'a mail to"and 'from.Key West in particular ,foe
Mr. JOHNSON in- convenient to with the m.tnJate .ethh'j :Precm ei, 'anJ'the Precinct; beinz J
in throwing out all the Democratic i spoken of as 1 informed them that. hud comply :

we ,
precincts '
sisted that the the Siiid commiiMioners ibeegiT8
large class steamers could alonebe of his government, and took up ha Hne pfinHrch power to ;
j; in the county,-seems to have aroused no regular rinil service there. : of'dis igreement appoint a'.fifth cnimisslo'rioifwhbV
case ;
serviceable to lor O.ij.a! :,' whither by the last acbountj;,
government ,
we were willing I remember that that
the ire of his you suggested: the act iniheshiU; have the Zt
[11 victims. At of the wiia .
a meeting exAsperated he wen hug his :He pabliclytloolai '
way r
to yield our predilections for a mailto, St. Augustine might probably} receive the Construction which '. to)1the
s-ud ers so .organiiedy
intentions toi., -vote- CIm.I1USSIo
.tbJtt.hu !
: Et electors of the in going, f.ijwere
of Cedar
precinct and you.s,y he i is disposed to give it and.whether IBhahgeu .of the eou4
Key Wet in favor of the good of to see wh her be could '.i there another r.' ; county site as neur the center ,
he .. : .. so .
Creek .
was publicly burned in'effigy We the phraseology or not 1 .
aw not.certain be r.1U
I I the whole Union. The construction. of the law 'my, with;'which he iii'htreturn1toienew: the j of Benumasa healthy suuition can. ,
v hardly approve of this way of testifying but recollect that X was satisfielt'it'co 1d ; advantages of an, "
.. disap. I which had been adopted Mr JOHNSON '.combat,.with the enemies of the Republic."*, : .combining:.thejiest
by not bear:that he it
probation. The lest course,or,at least the most I construction : ; gives isnotwarranted All thejett': from the'i LeriOr' coincide insiy 'permanent supply of good; clte, r 03$a8W

: effectual, will be to contest the election before never enquired into. In puri3w at the.tine i iit eitbeby grammatical precepts or *ghfGen.&iita.Ann t,conscious- This' cy of goo-;.building. timber ftp 'pJ\b1ic)) .
N. was only' a question whether. 'l:,OOQ additional by the obvious intent:and purpose of the act-r impotencyltq effect anything more either in the ;ttinsnl that.the.aiid siekc eel!eet& 1 '.
the Circuit Court and obtain judicial! construction So broad a'di5cretiotwas not to hive
: ,intended be nrU
were to be St. the orof adjusting terms of :>lii comcxisioneT8 .so arranged,
spent upon mail to Augustine &rryingOiior war,
been given to' the P. M.. Genera))ibrfcy) his .
of the construction
act and if it appears that the Judge : towards Gcutamalo 'the eri nent'4unty \lt ttentnS
making his
and peace, way f
Key an outlay -which no one the act would leave' the entire route
rL Probate is authorized it for the the of Mexico T "OI\'l1y."Tl.e 'Uop J'J enrot Orf .:'
: by manage: elections purpose. .le.iying J Republic .
ii his own the law its should in his senses could consider reasonable. to the his' discretion' except ,the !termini! ,uhd as to forever, ,and that,his.much to OaxacAiaQnJya fetit Jurftrs"in pi Cireuit'. ..Wn1"t. 'li, jj' ,
way, be alter place ol.depu-tu: rethere.is a"cottijiderablediscretion '
If it is : ; ; tl.difaniau'be t..ken frn
1., ed. true that a smaller. class 'of steamers. 'prtext.1t;to'the'.quiet accompllshmeot! .of,hisdesigns. We t0417,
tohimV "
left V /
t' can be made equally: available to G ve.rnment' The!intermediate, ': /Ho ,visited V- ,, ,; '" .; _,. '. f. of., employments, to serve the p blicb8i uwty
points were '
kbct ifcr such service a
jSen.brlpena the j proper
I c Eva HOMER SOMETIMES NODS f'-that is,- there is no question,but that they should be' deemed !important,'"arid\ tiered'materially lzuo.thecursidergtjon yTen Queretaro.'li'dUohargiqgofP \ He 'hia&ifus.4to' the public' :us'a-rewafd'fop',his !Iws t.jiJ

used. The saving of to''the'country1'" ,oCt1. :..cojqamittee.in.reporting !'and nectar glect"of B&?a fl *
Even the Sentinel expense th t\?
occasionally :nonsense > 0" t :recognize;'l(ta his ,associates!in. power; o individuals J
.tObiJj .
and the benefit they: Ja1f ("by { ; ; v 1 ;i, ,nomiinted and by'Bantjv"Ant )ore eat.and drink and! q fre'ftbeI. (OIeI
1 I V in its sleep.-The last copy of the leading Whig giving us Should he insist in'putting a construction'on .appointed. ; t rtO 11 q
.t additional( mail facilities :are ; *.AD n.''He proposes? t thAt'Congress shall.takS''upon :.otfiwmenJb.ut. ; Th ey are.lub'e__ '..' .7A
hi .reasons lot the
: .Jiuiit reh'titP
journal Florida complimented us for our"can no tict, .which,will mat,rialJy; und.impaar offlce'of j ta'thivt imVJU ; oss' "0 f1X1'id. 't e'd"enuJ .
electing.men ..
slight weight. The question is therefore the object contemplated will become necessa*. enT4thierO
dor, although it sometimes i e f\i' l.
lacked "discretion/ 'fOrtAnt eztligIt liijC ... :: : -' W : .. tJ1
4 whether Congress intended 'prinU rlf'! use ry for Congress'. intertere and set the'.matter. &'Arobilria ttoVXBUi';.nU speaks'of.thdespatcji 1i'tb' ." a.. m : .
I The number before the last abuse! in'TaUlahassee 4 Tight vik"r. ) f'HOII. :, : :af \ : :
us these steamers as vessels pf o 'for iivey. Truly.you 8 : V4fgara'to J( vJch/t..1aiiN '.to be'O1.ftOar'e4Qt. ) l1
war .
Z .c euezsye '1' ertt9s.
: style, for a. want of candor!" Whit : : \: : Joa1..NiS.. ; JICe y1.Ua"atteding c _, I
Fe tralk $ ;
ingtniiti1s The letter s'enatorNnEswhich T' .5' '\r r, a {t"Yi there are.more than : \
0 ; .otM : D...y 2. .W' hingtc ; : tlOt.th" ,
vr" :
to understand n. :
arewe from these conflicting ** 4y.**.,*. .*Viv ., : t;' j OWl.tr '" herofliirins.Tle.'i&tto l'I J1Q'-*-" ? .dgq i dru:,
i Is appended to the communication J is'-conclusive "r... "" .( .:M..Jf._ ,1'1i'' ori&1 'dQJUI9TP "" '.l-
statements As the Sentinel appears to know 'S % 'i' ? t ? t ? cojisc.ture that$& fto\ pud bl .... f1t'au. d"'j..
better than do what Is and an to..the latter. supposition, i df'i sincerely : SOJR him j&li aunt expediiipn against'some->State a sidtlt portIontobeiid 0 ,,1110. 'Ol Jl bO "
we .
t ,, what >s not candor .1. -. ,4 Letieri'rqm Hoi:ti Y t ;toPostzster'i G p, 1tted G"'be ;P' {' hetri .
r j trust_that Congress during its'.next.Session : :Bthew.. 1 Anie ic irzjiitht a\l ... "r' 111'
f? and J NY 1 I .
"disceticannot FJREiLAJID : 18 < '
but succumb Ii 1) .:. ; .July:. ,; +Z't or retuforqng! G'12; .r t- >' P r.'t". "'faaa ,'an!ADC' Qr sit
will interfere and out the: ? : \ .TTr.'>W u' -.1'\11
to its superiorjudgement. Hereafter carry .' original Siriningithit.ti &<'adveirtisementa" for ari au a..trotof1.: w' 'CC< '
we prs
j : speculations
.:: Tle88znepape! some upon :
I intention of.the Law. 1 .* bi1s mail from Char S our Seaio r\d B pr ,
F be earrytbe toQ'-rttr;AChagres the action his State
my permitted to.term,the. eutine1-t'oll Dg prQhable of the CongresVat Quereta- ) J ,
; 'i1.
'1 )e
I s'i, &cTiovited! p palirothCptoothat: roiintttjons no ,: other'thingsit.mentionsth # .crt v e ii I
Awpng .rT T T
t the Euphuism of SirPiercie Shafton ., fapts } '> Tnr- : ,
-Our .
Can i .
-. (' ""'; Havana,::icaying 1cut\t.v; AugustuieL>and: .tEer \an" ose hiiprttend -; 4 c ..- '- *J\1 v5JTO 'r'
'. XI. '
t4 dor.or, our Discretioh; .iEditor't'v -t' *u :you.suppo4 d Lbl&wcapab1oofgc1 astiueiIou .that.the minds ttli f 1qpiiot.'hf.i interfor have '* 'I a1 .". ,>or '\..:

Our. Discretion""with' h'iaalor'for. wh1cb; .* Sia :.-I observe in'yow aperfh2dOc:' -', : qd nowing'ttbat.such::was.not.the intent. : keiqcou oecut1on"ottbe ,_-"MI..u, ."'Wife. ... &

4 $ it,has everbeen:distinguished" \ ,'intiioating J tjoatlSplony } tober",1ome remarks relative ''tleChirlestqnand i fth U"j'I;:addressed(a'letter,' touhe?\ ,Hoi Mr.; ; it''IDf'. :, xic9iJ. "": heyi:: re'xiioJie3.' or, ;t4be. n. 4iu !--ff.. } '
i < Chagre mail rotjte; iwhich'do'!gre.tlnju:'. .N1ewhiu\ *iistIewttethat chairman:.of'ith.ferco.mmittw'bf ., .t ',111.,ebveI&put 'tn'; .th._:\l1 w.?te. u n g n"l Ji .
? U'
i .. .. .. '
.cominonication ,
> not 'l1
L' a communication ticeto htf of > reported"'. of the "J' ,. stat .lli.iVJtiS thed rttfg
people 8t ftnj
4 > Augustine_ aitf*,pfth e ) the'proTiaioa .., .tD'J.t, .:- :: j' ..rk": 1: ). : tj .
f .i / infers that our 1Vl ig.tu8"i1.ll. T .Eist: , .,, ".' c" 'W-",IT. ,, ; ,0 ,ij a ,Mi, ldlgi,

.1.b i .; no'neccssity .for passing'the rules 8 ugge4ed.- an jpcriqctyjpqFthesuhject.| ;. "*. < -- ..::, an4noIp8ejoahereTrift;: | the oilgiiial of.his r>; 1. .",1M; ittfot! i. b 'lozi f i f nlsh; t i baea>v t! 'i l ti"; 'm iiee1i-" ''ftlif M?I.-B'"

Very possibly hot,-and it iras to'preveht Jnlorderto;..4o>way jftk, the 1m n ousIm'pressionalikehytQgjy.Wour :-j btyC 'X/\.7. ;ii; 'r--.,>4'- .,.* ,.j I tr!'t1.S'- .i'J ;1 e'' T.b, )1tu...&, .4y .! to ,. "ii'" .. 'il. diti
2 f '' '* -- -.-1 11 :' ; alcle I '; &leye to a .b :"fei'en" .tot1.e-- "" mentJ'm-'t, e.t'tntY; prk. 6AS tUfO'1JJ.aS .. btf; i t
'} K .' utW
b \
tt:1 .I.
ass0 we 8Upp6sethatpur4j I Ii JfLil'J
*- r tJ19 ::w.ul.fqb1ii1$eohIoiIi b rter';S V l amendm'Mit'icBi'weIn' the?SenattyjOttVlU, .oSt!,1 a'TO t'"t\"ttff.! 43. 1" }1'1; q .,:, '
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I se th e sxen section or school ,/-. 't' : nUrneTate4 thri44,$ :alhfftTOQ2HR ; .. FNARLfTA1L9WNGjoJgkiuid

',:rabe;: fcrtawWi sold to'the, bat advantage; u i satiafao.!. 1eob ,, t.ih. .k t1 ":tJtIHHIG"&aktW: m r' ,
ds to b. n. : din the J.tt enUc of .f te roper det._ .. iPtlUPMl u 1'e t1.1"J Bid.baai .I..tti ii f:.
;i&nJ thea interest to be pId'fltiL1&lI7jf M MM )'If ':. ;t74 EstYIor1'eythM hehaaJ zsk. tf1" S

foiu&i of the county Treasurer by the < ;:before ,WH'43Ej; I Ior vMicf1fr'. J.BURTO late 0'N..J

to be distribated among the of the ;. "..;". .L > 4TVARITZ. 'f.i 'S.t:2 k.City. lta. J" ttW.a_
j /Sfflwm schools pro-r&tt, in proportionJlIlDPl'of Ike-:tract "Otahetta, lsii -)0 oii.at&tiOti, ,.;.cutlery, Dd begs 1 mi *_'' f :
I IIY THE PRESIDENT OP ; .'. 'P":" 7- toaobte"1.. & :1 finished, ,
ri3 or kw be oolei ia such UNITED STATES nailabinges.&c.c .: ,1 :..- "' I'- t-- < w t.anJ'1MilInfftrust t1i So"1ttJs. tn"eo ::.
Tli it common: sihoob are the founds Office., AFULiASSORTMENtfOfcrckery'ilete tUt.thif1 p re' "tioDiwhfdl Mr":
!fgefltii lucition, anl th? boast of theIld3Ot In pursuance of law, fc J ; .- u H. seta fran1te,'C1Wua p.fldcnTre. BurtcnenjctB the varioasciUeSvOf.tajfrAflaaV

tio .free people,an I without it we way POLK, ;Piesident, of the United: ..; iJ'.. .,'"i .', S 1 :." : tie seaboard wfll iadncethepeoTls'of East.' Flor. -
; t tnirchy and dwpotlsm-this select America, do hereby declare ida to 'aN'1!r{&iht of Uyit "patronagewhicahia "i .
hs bein neglected.JL .- \, .. 11. 8.lar k.lSale.. .' been )
fa county snl state .i< hitherto distribute oat of the
to con known, that public sales will,be : : :T"I>Y Tirtaeof:>'writ of.Fieri_Facias issued State and whflelie a
i.n itcr ia 1 ttepreentiif oagbi. ; : : :!, feels grateful f&r that which.
n prim 1 rr interest they are called to at the undermentioned i ; : >,.:;out. of the.United States District':.Court hehu already-received,he feels Confident that :

1j.tbis in the 'leneml ..b..oteCl1lv.r the STATE OF FLORIDA, at.the ..?' : %the'.N rtbthi: Disbict:,>of Floridaj.wherein a continuation of it will,be.merited by. .the .snp -,

'.h1y.-Th e alternating or-ratiry system Incrcit hereinafter mentioned, to wit; :.. \ Josiah Gates is Pkintiff' and Cornelius" TaylorDefendont4r'have rior style.and Tpw1:prices.*t all workthat 1.
t be abalisbsd,and a ; levied ujp6n'and shall on may be entrusted to. : '
: At the Lnd Office at ST., AUGUSTINE : '
6 st.it within their the.first Monday Koyember iieit. :between S. '. GOaLGOFF.. ;* .
or Judges wtnry Mon .
(.tive?! circuits be established in lieu there- I' mencing next on for the J.iy.disposal the seyenth of the,day of .the'hours- 'of ten,.-a.m. and" two,"p"m.'of' .that Jacb tmiJe October.m'41. 6m.CARD. n i iJackronnU
etjTht ni uncertainty aUCflauiiges both ry public day, expose t'public'sale. in front of the CourtHouse t .
perplexity within the undermentioned townships in the of Jacksonville All the '
'be to the hOt.JiDg.of i .City : :
nnd people of the as distance and df- townshipSyTiz:. ) S I wright;'title; and interest, which the said CornJEli10 S '"* Tailoring; Establishment.S. F

_tern esarteudmg in consequence tri-veI from one portion of the South of the base line ,andeast of the m. 1: i.Taylor had on,'tbe;:1.dl of.flay; 1& 3, in and" ..P., RICE] 'of Qharleston S. C, 'Would'f

another ut the 8e..sous of the termsgetimcs -- merw. w ; : i t on of I. to" .the.following 'tracts'of/.la dTix"i,, ,. r .LYI. inform th t citizens. Jacksonville' 'aidvicinity ;
it is fcnporfUe for the Judge to Fractional township. twenty, of range e1,es at i: .;. ,Attraction ,the St.John' .'.Bifer. near; ,the that he has, commenced the ".TA1LOBING I f i
in time in consequence of btd I roifc: one. .. general,bu j. "mouth": s.ud river,Resiled;.the PaKoTraet.Qt.lund '. BUSINESS jn all its branches in thia ipltce, at:
Snoetul Ue hevy runs anl the 1*% pas- Townships fifty-six (except section of.: ,situated in Duval County'j'State of Florida.hnd and trustrby*uj>erior Cu and 'Workmanship,
g *I sometimes .wm>n he does ar- yen, eghteen: nineteen, thirty and ) ,[;\- :; "bounded on t .!JVbrfA.bylth'678t'John',. to merits share of public"patronage. He will
i I by seJ froa sri harried travel, exposure, and i and fifty-seven; and sections one, two, .Biver.-ontha. East by,Sh rn Creek running keep constantly on ,hand fresh, supply of the.
iftin tiia-be, iJ nnin be to bold court-und the four,five six, seven, eight, nine, teD witi tham'.tnders* .otaid Creek'to* KDi: T o Jl'thence best Fj'erh'aia English Cloths,Casimeres andVestingai .

i1Iike 2e e. to Jurors of beinf c. lletl to courtlaa teen, seventeen,. eighteen, nineteen, along .s mid rood, to,lands of Lewis Mat- 1 \.X.>
" fe court be h-ili, and thit too without"ViiMsiirel twenty-one, and twenty-two, in upon tair;J n'tbe': West' by.' the ;St..'John',', river, I ALSOy.a; variety"pf ready made Clothing, ',

as spscul grievance-the eight orrange thiriyeighLTownships York thence running .with Jhe'riyeKto.; .th'ei'place: of" suitable:Jacksonville//!trade, wjiich..will be t1l'
war- <
I*'Jury give it J jiJ the due .mi trj-> execution of the one,) and fifty-seven, (except sections } OJ2 survey-made by Z. C., Gibbs, on file 'in the St e, October I'47.. tf : '

Lfttnbe better preserve J ani the liberties five: twenty-six twenty-seven, .Johns' Circuit Court? under a decree of partition (
wy'2' more fully secured by the stationnby twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one sold. S made by the St. Johns'Superior Court, in PROCLAMiTI, l ., .';1; : t'i

Gfhe the rottry system in the circuit thirty-three thirty-four,thirty- ve and & CO. 1827, and containing about sir. hundred acres. : ., ;
I ., six,) of Also tract of land known the Forbes Tract
The unnce&5.iry expense and loss of5toth Kinge a as -vsThanks :
: t !Judges (trlose business; it.8.to study I Sections one two, three four, five, six r--- ,b ndedon. the.:South: by' lands belonging to '< 1; tI '

.ttU is pnya-iiciil! to the public interests thirteen, twenty-fol1r, and twenty-five, propor Lewis Mattairoh, the JPfetf by the King's Roadon : .: I .
l tel to their care and burthensome to I Ij ship fifly.five and fractional township the North by theNprth fork of,Sherman's ; ti .

fcaselves and ilut this system is a special I (except sections two, three four, five ) JENT Creek to .the .mouth )thereof_ and from ,th.eJIlonthofsnd ;... ,,
j iQ the so-ithern circuit and as suchJdittobe on "iileejyneBay; ," of r. nge'forty. English Creek,to the month of an Inlet of ,, f.t, .;'

!. rennce: .ib)lI11e1t is the duty of our lleZtfatitives Fractional township fifty-five, en style the'sea, about one mile' South of the St..Johns' ,- >; '
1 to use their best exeriious to ef- Bay," of range fortyone.At Cossi- Light HoUse and on the East by the sea beach, WHEREAS, and praise are'QOe. l
I throughout the state awl partlcu- the Lnd Office at NE\ variety, to the place of beginning,' and conforming o'a good people o?the State of Florida f .
I #dungs scsrcait.r. commencing on Monday, the twenty-first : Americm plat of survey made by Joshua A. Coffee on file to the Au horh. f All Good for the health f '

]:1yin .-The attempt to elect a mm to the February next for the disposal of the and Eng in the Duval Circuit- .under decree. of prosperity, 'and other blessings1which we"as a A

I i5eeofjale of the southern circuit who is lands within the undermentioned partition of the Duval County Court in 1839, people have been. p ennittedto" enjoy during the 1" a
citizen of the to parts of townships. viz: DE and confirmed by the Circuit Court of the current.yea:' \
I resident trUe intent and meaning sune of the contrary law, and I tiomh of the ase'line ad east of the County of Duval, at the May Term, 1847-containing Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY, i: I
t te the 25th November next be set to be observed !
of the nO:1. lcioll of such Judge. meridian. .about one thousand seven hundred and apart 11
1!re-tsOD. and and sixteen each tract of the' 'throughout the State as a day of ThankS4 ,
it as our desire thit the General Asicblj Townships twenty-one, style acres being a part ,
tnttie elect the best mm in the sou-hern cir- rjnge nineteen. Frock and Grant made by the Spanish Government to Andrew giving. and Praise to Almighty GOd :

t.bo is aresilent citizen thereot, for the I Townships twenty-one, (except Linen and Dewees on the 3rd dy of September, Oiven under my hand and the great t 1
th circuit it is t twelve. thirteen fourteen, twenty-three. drawers. 1791. and confirmed to his widow and,heir, on [SIAL..] .seal of the State, at the. CapitoL'this i;
&t orJUJi"'e of it ,and the duty -- -- --- --- --
Representatives to second o'ir desire In.1 I ty-four;, and twenty-five) and stocks, the 4th day of May, 1804-said, tracts include 15th October, 1847.W.D.MOSELEY':'. 1 C.
the town of Bazzard the steam saw mill on the ;. '
other but ourselves range twenty. ry variety S
for DJ ; we prefer
JripMcCrea tie for our Ju.1 ,. Townships twenty-two and twenty nil kind, bench, and the scite on which the St. Johns' October 1847. HI""

present the thinks of the Grand Jury to range twemly-one. Light House stands. n-. .lptl'S.in. S the_ State copy.Kunnway .. t'ti f'
--- -S
ia court, for its kindness personally to us in Townships twenty-two and BOBEUT MYEBS Marshal, IVcgrro Cangbt.- t 1z :

Distractions and guidance, ana to our Soli- range twenty-two. By his Deputy, G. HtramifcEirs.U.S.MarshaPt TAKEN UP, and .committed to jail inJacksonville.
cain particular, for his prompt cooperationriiu At the Lund Office at \ \ spit .Office, ) ., .. Duval County a negro 1

ia the correction of the breaches the mencing on Monday, the seventh day buckets, St. Aug stine.Sept17, 1847. f- man, about 25 years of age, five t.six r ,
next for the of the h kettles N. B.-The reservation of four s.in lu- : ,
disposal .
the immoral ruary .
JJT cjmnntted by unwary and -s.----_ .inches .in ,height, black complexion,
within the undermentioned townships lanterns, ding the. Light House will first be offered for and gives his name as FRANK. He says that f i
AI\ us.rY.. townships viz : shu- site, as above, and the remainder in separate J
S. JACKSON, Foreman. belongs to Richard Wiseabaker, Lowndea t:
South of the bate line and nest of the tubs trays, tracts made known.on the day S and at the. .,placeof S 1 County, Georgia : ; j
keelers sile.
meridian.Fractionl The owner is requested to property j1t
Stu frs Sae. brass above sale until the prove ,
township two,northeast of boskets rrTh Stponed and, take him ,
TlYtirtue of a writ of Fieri FAchs, issued grant of range one. waah- first Monday. in December next.. Kov5NOTICE. pay. expenses 5- "J, A. BARBED 1.

I 1) from the Circuit Curt of the Eastern Fractional township one northeast of 'watering Jailor. Duval County i.., I, .
Craitcfthe State of Florid-i, holden for the grant, of range two. assortment WEEKS after date the. undersigned S Jacksonville Oct 22.'47. tf. .
enmtjofilachu-i Levy in sid Stite, di- Fractional sections three four, SIX will apply to the Hon.Judge Probate for '
rtwd: to ill an lertry the Sheriffs of the State fourteen, turd fifteen in a former Indian : variety the county Benton; for Letters of'Administration NOTICE. ... '. Ii l
tf f\."bewinj d ite on the 5'h dijof June, and section twenty-seven twenty-eight, knives, on the estate'of G. 8.'Uintz late of Twiggs Persons directly indirectly interested t

i lSn, Will bs soH on MonrJUy the 6th day two and thirty-three, in township one ; spoO s ocunty Georgia' deceased.: S'S ALL. hereby notified by the .undersigned 11 '

9ee.ibenezt, wiihin Jai hours of sale, ship two, west of Forbes grant, and buts and; WILLIAM 8. SPENCER. that ia conformity within Act of the Legislature :

.ir milt of the Court House In the Town of three, west of the Afuibekieola river, .1'l. tacks and'! Fort Dade,FJa, Oct.80.1847. 6w of E1orida.' titled "AnActtoprovidefoi eil,
5 e'wirnt,\a the county of Alaeb.ua in siid eijrht.Fr.vCtioB.il. S Carpen Te-establishment of the Records of the Countf j
Stai,aJ8jr taken
hereby given that the undersigned has
gal about 30 jeirs. Levied upon a*the property west fraction of section thirty-one) locks, axes,' IS of Jt4''-t 1847 she had filed in the
oft estate of Fr.iaeis E. 'Ule1aez.deed. tional township four vest of 'Chippola hoes,hooks letters Testamentary on the Restate Clerk' Office of(tbe iistrlot Court for said

*ai soli to litirfy&iid writ in which 'S&mue (except fractional sections six,seven and sad irons, Laborom Burnett deceased late of Hillsborqugh indebted County, a paper writ g";purporting to be a
and State of .Florida. All persons'
LBirritt is Plaintiff and John J.S mchez Ad- brass' county
one,) ofr.ngeniae.Fr.cticn can to make copy of a schedule of her property owned and
to the said
estate are requested
mini.v.tor ofthe esuteof F. K. :' '; ?Il1'cd. ii sections twenty-two, per- ,all those claims held at the time'of her marriage Wlt 'John W
iJf'rniut Prcjierty pointed out by John and twenty-four on the nuin hud in squares, immediate payment; and having them Powers, and filed ia accordance with a'Law!:of
J&uebel Mministr..tot ot"5:id estute. I two of r.ine tn cnly- ix.Fractional ,. brass.but- agalnstthename, are notified to. present the Legislative Council' ef Florida, approved
The said
duly authenticated for settlement. estate
TUOS. C. ELLIS' Sheriff. secioas tkirty-one, t and March 8lh, 1842, 'entitled "An Act to secure
!eVnnvlIe. E. F. Jf<}Y. :'h '47. 5ias thir "-.hre( and thir .v-ztU on the of brushes, is supposed S to be BUBNETT solvent.MABY .Executrix. certain rights to women.* "

in tuwnshlp; oac, au-i (ctional sections rope, seine Oct. 8w' And also a paper writing purporting to be:a
Tix C3liect6 s'i Kate.Mjndiy i nine. twelvr, seventeen twenty-tour, fish lines Tampa 29 1847 copy of the last will and testament of Henry V,

01 the 7th 4y or FeUra try a-xt, i fire, twenty-six, twcnt'y- c..cn unti Circuit COU1.t.EAsrt&l'r Ellis late of said county. The original .having
(ISJs) between tha u .. tours if sale .Ion the nuin land in township two, S CIRCUIT' FLOEIDA : Li AND FOX been destroyed by fire on the first'day of November -,.
that cLy. 'Viil be s'4d for the State &slCjonjT.ixes.so twenty-seven. ,con- COLOMBIA .CoUNTY., 1846, the introduction of said copies
nt1J?h of tha followln.; : tried Fraction vl township three on the mum in the line. Sarah Hunter, ) In Chancery.vs. made for.tbepurpospofperpetatiflgthe. objects

tr.c'JlOI Liz!. J5 will p ty the s.iine ad; nil nee (except sections one tLree, six, seven, I > of the original papers. -.:.
y et a ?.i vir. 750 .;rs of hit i belong- I :ind twen y-scven.t) of rouge thirty-one. Elijah Hunter, ) Bill for Divorce. / HARRIET. POWERS / v

in.AnoaIf; ) Aiv..rex ; 150 .icrw belonging to t I Sooth of the base line and east of the Gunpowder, 1r having been made to ,irppear to the satisfaction i By Gxo. E. HcCuw, Agent, .' I
J : .llar.liu; 53U acres belon :ng to Mis.)1Z7 meridian. 5 of the Court, that-ElijJi Hunter, Little RinrFla. Oct. 1,18413m .
) n 0 tris; o3 .lcr' 3 btlougiag to S.imuel Friction townships eight and nine, I the Defendant in the above named cause, resides ? > '

wujii; 3{) tci*'?returned by O. niri S. Gordte of the Suwannee river, of range (bright) out of the State of Florida and beyond the CUKXS OFFICE,'CJ&Ct1IT't1&1', ,
; loo. acrjs tiloaing to M.rtfia 5 Levy; I North of the base line and aest of the Moks- jurisdiction of this Court, On motion of Washington Columbia County I. -
J w r.-l-iraei by Cu is. J JSchosnUsist. as :. M. Ives, Esqr Solicitor for the complainant 'O.29, 1st1.
"C IT ch.l 1; aul fc3 .tcrM rjtnraeJl bs- Sections twelve- thirteen, fourteen S NOTICE.Is hereby given to'' all persons hav- ;:

i to AlfrtwlTaylor; All which: Lind is twenty-ons, twuty-vwo, tw 'nty-.bree,' ,and It is Ordered, That.the said Elijah Hunter, : iits iJ. his Court,'that the- cost bills I

riL ah C'.tJ 1 Gf b'J y' l. foor, tweary-Sve, twenty-six, tw Jtt1 be required to appear to the complainants bill of in each case will.hereafter' be made ont/presen- -.
'l h. LIJWiii. fill riff: aud twsnty-eiiit.: twenty-niue, thirty, : 'complaint, within four months, ora DiTone pro ted for settlement, at the close.of each Session il'
,t'J' will be taken against t im. of said Court Plaintiffs,. would. do well to at. I
.jO.nc.o .lX Collecior, I). C. thJrty-ihree,thi y-our, th r y-fiver.J .o1l/Sso. .
1&53flYil1e :'0). '.h 1S47. six in township one, of r.mgefive. .And it.is further .Ordered Th tt a copy.of this tend to'thisnotlce.C'.: : 1
duly certified by the Clerk of.this Court, Oct29. 8. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk -.
Township'.ae, anis tion. twenty-five do,. and 0rder, '
Tax: : CoU cJur's Sale. ty-six, twenty-seven twenty-eight, bQ published in some Newspaper printed within -'--- &dlDl..15IraI3r'8' Of. I

01 lIun'hy the Mh(I.y of M-iy ne1't (1848J thirty-tour,thirty-fire ani thirty-six, the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a .week LL,Persons having demands against the es

between the usual hours ot'sile ou thai I. ship two of range six. '. twist.,, .pi consecutively for four.montlis.Tflp A: tatip.of, William 0.Tbonaslate AlacK-
lill be sold for the Scate aid County North of the base line and vest of the ; do., regalia, : DOUGLAS, Judge. iia'cqunty54eceased; ill present the[. saniQ P f 1
;'I;10 much of th following nomei tracaiy 'meridian.Fraction.tl .. brands Clerks Office, Circuit.Court, ) within the.time prescribed by law to the. ,iib4

,Urill p iy th* slia3 'LU I *11 township one, north of: Columbia County. j jL seber'otbeyill.lefOTecr; ; barred; andall. :
ueces-jary STTSTKQ SCAEBOROTTSH, Clerk of said Court, those+ indebted wiU make payment / ; :
e; yj;: 1Oo3, > acres of Un-l on the St. Grant o range six. 5- ; 4' ; .i
.iver, knowaiisihtt Oiyird Tr-ct and I Fractional township one north of c : 1 and cod. do hereby- certiythIabove- to.'be.'atone. -. copy. ',ALLEN- THOMAS, Adm'r.NOTICK. ":u S 5-
,;a5to 0. L. Clinb ; 83 acres of bUll on I Grant-range seven. ...<. of an Order July nudema' enterea 25th'or uecora _S Septernbe17_ li7.5-. S 1hr
-Mas River ections one two eleven twelve Ja. in the above entitled cause, on the cby..or.October'D ,
UI.IW'U5 the di Josephsalbcl'jura. 184; -. > S '
1Iih* .; to the wtate of Waters fourteen fifteen twenty-two, 1.to-4 proof, In 'Wrraess WHEREOF I have heifeunto 4. LL Persons having claims against the cs.. -
i 3.ICSOflL'll on the 't. Johu'iilUv. twenty-iour, twenty-five, twentjr-gix, y, scotch do. S hand and caused'the;seal ofLa 1. tate of JoJjn iSLtaordlateofNew Or- ,
Pitt1f.41 Q 5 a1 T-wt r-sturoe-l by B. A. seven, and the south-east fraction of ( ) ., Marsh v iid set Court my to be, hereunto annexed,.this \eans La -.deceased will present thlm to theuriiwihipt1teime.prcseb '
1 : O. :ljJl1 ; ; 0J' acrC6 of hud twenty-eight in the former.Indian k'alo-ni [ ], OctobenA. D.1847.S .; & : d by law, -
b Iflx14LPjhi : Jr. ';)O.c"ei bilQpglLoLIl1ey east fraction ofseciion thirty-three in Ports Cham 25th day'of S.SCABBOBOUGH Clerk.J. or they will be bAried f and'th se' !ndet4.t ;

Ti1, l'ct:1rud by Wm. A. Forns and sections blrty-tbur, thirty-five and :, Bordeaux L. ;',, the said estate, will make payment to'r *
gj.j oct..2& :/ ; ::4m ,. .__._ S ,
sections twelve ?
111:1: o-I1 ; llIJO 4CI4 l.jjl to Joa.4- six in township one; pints. SUSAN STAFFORD; Adm' '
ei1oog i Jicwa hsi-njins l to E. hi. .5t twenty-three, twenty-four,twenty-five, &. "1. .'NU'l'lCJ- JOSHUA'STAFFORD, :&' :::?.
L"I;leon,. J by Johu &*& seni-, ftgcnt j.npdo six ihirty-five and ihriy-six, iu in bottles, SIX >MONTHS after date, I shall present my Tampa Bay, Sept. 10, 1847._8m' .;
bIOflin; : Co rA "as T.ylor; All and .sections ,one two, five, ten. tomato.do., accounts and vouchers as Executrix of the ,.NCTICE
,i.a1io Te 'loiDg' within the couniy of Du- twelve in township three. of range 't ugh- estate-S of s\Ym.,.F* Murrhee/Ute ot Nassau county S having claims!agaInSt'the- Estate .

Tdu S. LE J m tO, Sheriff, and .Sections thirty- ve and thirty-flix, ; lemons lime decease,-to.the:Hon." Judge :of Probateqf: said ,ALL persons Louis;Randolph,:late,of.:Hillsborough .
ship six and twelve. oil ,.ancho. for a final settlement of said estate,1 and : ,
1 E't-oiieio Tax Collector.D.C. range .county,: deceased, .will. present' them to the sutr 4,
county .
11'ilIe Sov. Itj.J7. ; .fraction township three,west of ah"Ult of sixteen such: EIe utrixhc1i .all ,per-
river mLnsibn ,
bitchy rnge I v- 5 :'foreterbaried aiid'all:t1I080iMebedtor"sttte
4OtI'1orhJa S sections tweuty-four twenty-five rennod and sons interested in, said estate, are"desired to. ?;thejr.will ; !
Diva :
county. '
: To 41.1. TO WHOM; THESE PRESEXTS thirty-five and thirty-six,in:township Seedj. 'ne ta- take. .notice.A '* '.. ::MABY MDBBUEE, payment.to''. $ P: & EDYl1'tit !
seventeen .1 :October 29th 1847... .' :Executrix.rr .: rr '. : '
.IJUt.t range 'S S ; Administrator
:t ***** UuEETiarf.Ttt ..'. .. !
'- ----- '- -
three of .' ." ; ;: S S <.' .
''V 4E4 nwO.Uoluies has Township ; range thirty. 3 S rr, : .:
applied NOTICE. 'j"Ta.mps'FIa.0dl8th'JS47 :2m'G ,
Uw for the } ..- V,-; V : < : .
fr to.this Co tor Letters of AdII14is. Lands appropiated :by i : copperas *- ; '" undersigned .. ,. ...
? .0 *
<, ... .T ... 4 r
schools miliury or other purpos : g.b.lutJ Lon S"Xvnltftatter.d I. ''., ". ; "' 'WOT.CI. ;
ia1 ::1 iInVLr the Goo'J.s C Js.t Judge of PrpbatciofColumbiaConnty :; : ;" ;
I 3:which w ere of Oraa Baxter,Ute.'ofeceasedaod cluded from the sales., : pints and for letters''of administrationon' !. tkt:Thw.:fff.al ;.Jf'fi; o. i.tglYt t
,The o..the. lands will be scrttbbing cati all PRD.1t ;' :. :.
Intestaie. These/are' ,. offering l4: tUmuel M.Elliott dec ase1. i7canetiigoTc yo
the..estate. qt jihe. n fr
*** and Admonish all on the days appointed,and proceed in ,:Gennan 't '> < nui'v.Wl:ELLIQT.:' ; ; '
e &nteingu. advertised ri .- : ) JL t 'lh i \5upcrior CpuripJ; :
f 9f order in..which they are: ; "oops i :' willapply.
kiarec1noraanJ ; 1r.\
S other r r: 4th ..41.: ,
persons { .,:Alligator; l.ot Ngyftaber
,to show VUU before me on or b fore' convent ent despatchuntil the whole i ; epbom Nassau. countytonthe4th. --
'ill*) Jiy'of-Decjmber next ensuing been offered,'and the ides thus'closed..:' ;; '.sulphur, -S '-sker1EsaIe. : 5." : :: _.L next'to eatabjwlj a- J .;'j periareas frtqn'Ka dj"iD
plication> should not ; Bile shill be,kept open longer than" two wiJid W glass F 'Y.Tirtue ofa writ;of:f4.i; u 41'S 'tJ.wcl, ,...., ndASen: 'd eas. .. ,to" >inio f.L.. ., .'c.
Le4ers Ue-granted; and Ito private entryofanycfthe1uJt1 1L, :dry ind ,the Superior Court for the DistrirtoEast usa' !; nTltv. AIWO p,f.''fth' 0:ame- .
of Administration afQre. '
w froin admitted! until. ,:after.the expiration of OC-.1' 1". ;p4nt Floridi for the CQunty.ot"D n1.'Iwm expose;. iDfile in. th*.QeWf. v >. ._1iiCQ", ." .
this said '
JfQl CoUrt to Thomas J' ,
l the ."
weeks.Ql 1 ] ., uuce, to tmblic sale,In froirtpf the CourtHoujse NJiM.1.D. .. v.. 111..f.dr'tr '
.1'rXIII! : :\ VEN iuidermyftand; at the, ,J' w : Town-.of JuokspnTaia;,in',.saJd/coJinty.; *.fheyi4Pctobernexti .">., j. .F .,)QHj: "Q9N. : ".. ."7
ILa. )I thiAs 2 (cia 1JJ11J&me and seal of Court, :this lwciity4hlrd dav* f, ; : : tr* 8. *4 J""d we .." gaI.lt1i /11.t-. : \ ou1\tyt.. ; lt 1$41,( .. (... .; ,.'- I
of NOYemt i .
A. D/1847
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&t JlI } "* Domini one thqaiind eight hundred" ; wp .CoIor U-- ?$ ofsale oia1yue&C1l9 that'day;a cer oegro I." ., .. :. I In
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; tj"1: ; > :! BiUforDivocOt4 : :. IljU St N f" '. ; tt."ii:' /. .:f3.;..Cedar.:_' ";Street. <1 .' .' ,r 'f ,' 'P''h. <.. : 4xi galarlj thereafter ttw, 1i
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%; ? ; A LLOW ME tli'o attention to, one of J totty.ano&t]); I & -V.
t;c .to the Cou&fromXilie{Bill filedtt Lmm ti1T.U'mSQN mt' : e ad-
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JTT appeanng l.lI.'i th iatetand fU1ed1IIi, '. .
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4 t ,inhui cause,:: t'PermeUaS. nRo \'ei'di8 'Jt'is'not'it'i riti i\to'ta'i' .4. ; ',,, )1W TR_ :LE1t.&l .Ttr .oR. 4Occnpy : .,. ,,,.? ," ''- : ..
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: the)Defendant iniMs age, 'tJKTdw6iit; with and adiertisement } <' : : : .
a long. tiresom ,
you .
thO8OtlA8flt: : .be serred, : !\ ii ... Or07'm", Tw, os1'h .t l
1 Statej so but.I lay'oefoVe; you't.Ln..L'f the mostrespectable : SEEETof.whicli WHy* -L.- ,, '
her'according to law. J *,*<;* UUUOAliyitllf'VJUUSAlk 'Uf VIO'&' 'h'IUXCttwo'O .fr
I IoI upon ', i j .r' 1 it 'families'the-United.Btates'mostof is devoted.to the exhlblbon'and,8:
Lh P 'I' AX* IS HKBKFQRKjQRPKRKPL\;:AUflt wXC.8ftlttpefendant" certificates' of Sarannah % A1jY'llI/ AofeFaag't. :
44 my are from the city ., .? :
! i b7J 'be ,and appear*befqreithe..Circuit where reside, and many fromyoju oinf State, .ofthe8grticjo1j_ -. 'j*,. Mi/ ci : \.A .}} i )t
.; Court ofHillsboTOnghrcpunty'tot.beJieldatTampa where the Memcln>ris" ejitonishingSuccessYit t1' das. .RIi} ; 1CLLq a .: ; AUO '

j ; '1 ,,on the econdMon 4anOctoeZ, A.D. ;: 118s'i! r Ved, J:1tf b ".auperibr J Thir .prsent8tOc"CoIfsiSt51;f,
i .1 t.: 1847, and.!defend. said suit or.he same wWI be 'to1 i any.cpier(Medicine" tot thei'cure'ofFeyer'audAguewhichitwilidd Ii : ; d CohUD, n' -,a1 F in tj'o, .

I taken'as confessed;, -- .;> aAndthat !; : ; lnt1: "v ;" 4. 1't One'! t. jt ThousafldpaflgCSEraig .; '.,. II" ",t : ,: The Priceo, f, luU two Wl2ayearr ib m '.ii'f

t & copy of thiioderbe: .published short space of Twelve' Hours,7 it,lias'never beenknown ,Bome THiblUSAifbsl t" : : .$ _1 ,l,
= $
in one of the newspapers of this State,,for the to.Ijvt4.cffecta! 'certa ctoe;: The patterns iand 'bokiringsl ah'd cotaprising As rePUh7the.bee .S

v : pace of three,months, according to law. :: Medicine' isa "harmless and 'a'."tasteless ioiie, thingIesirabl&iuthe! ; 1ih'QEIGN' ; ,will' .Ooit'only: .l'ajear.,)_ -
j: I GEO.: WjMACRAE! which will make ittth most. popular':,Medicinein DOMESTIC* f* tAN: 1 ; *''- rRD ,-. ,' flI
Southernpircuit Florida.A '* All of which offered! f rS le',! r cash : ;; ..i ",
: Judge the Southern tates. The Medicine f on. ; fe Q. 8) U j : :j
: .! I r: A true copy. : i iR tans'no mineral'p p rai 'whatever btit is a satisfactorjr.credit the LO WEST" :1R1Cj8 ; .; ; o.iZETn'b'I: .

fl4 q jp. :. A. IWtARE,Clerk' ,.. ham1css.'V get&blam: tt r o1y.ToI'lantors: by1thL : : : I" : ; I 'F rTownand' 'C',7 t.E:,

:- By-1. W. ROBARTS, D. C.1. this Medicine' is a valuable. preparation, as it { "PIECE.'OR 'EA.cK\.GE.: 'r i : ", ,
tt- : :. July 9th, 1847. j: 3m i cures all cases in ,twelve hours, sanddoesnotrequire ..,0 mw\:Stylsiare':; :-e eiv d,almostjeyery> ; iArts' ziAi : t;

H" :l' 'any*. time t be lost;' u' 1 at'' t'tcrbe'dOne I and1rnanpfththii( are' got" up' for'our/own" 8 l country weU.kribwncelebrity; ::of-Ulackwood'jr Ed E plQ4, i

4t W '. In Circuit Court.EASTERN is to take the Medicine and to'go to vork. n4 not tobe found elsewhere." r-ft"i I has induced subscriber< rg 'M f
To the Rice 'ayaluable-MetHcine'i P" t d 1istS''ot' Otr ed fr
:i CIRCUIT, FLORIDA Pianterjtis :: .commeDeetkitJt
of this
publication fashionable
,n ; COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT:' as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral. "day tof day, with"are e e o y nt"th 'm rk I : :.:ItIs'ti ter \ .

iJ ::, December 'Term, 1847. preparation, whatever, and is ''therefdre.'a placed in the hands'of buyers. 1 ?ofthi work f'aurpI1S' :t tt:, \

c1k *- Archibald H. Cole, James B."f Medicine for those.who are liable"tp'exposure.I .: -.Merchants'will be (sable to form some idea ; '.yearsiihce.; Onlooking was no. ( ;.

1L : 4 .kL Cole, and George W. Cole partners : beg'you, do not let:'me have:to :tax', you so the extent:and,variety;:'of,our p.ss rtlDentiW [ ]. numbers 'we.: find them'filled over some ftt.\.L

'. &cz using the name-and Attachment: often with advertisements, certificates" &c.. It' we state.that,the vafue"of'.our:-usual.stock I '', Narratives -. .witK BtcrS
; sworn to has itself to be this ) IiTI is at least twice"the Value thmt,1 .
t t style of Cole & Brothers, Sum already proved whatTsatit, O : 'b tiittlebehind. 'those
': vs. $171'50 and the'greatest proof '1 is. every body'is recommending -. the entire stock of dr'goods'uswilly: kept ;: published 1 tit. I

Hezekiah A' Nash, and Mer- Bond filed for it, to be the only certain and speedy our.largest".wholesale'jobbers. 'This" facL') : [ ,\ ;; ns'.Wrkind'uia4surpasi''ti from the'Oiant i; nJ tl' )

i' : rick"Barnes, partners &c.con$343. 00 cure for the Fever. and Ague. All,you have:.to gether with the fact that our meansv and, : ; 'tors to the 1telleeta'ofthe'
f itHuting the firm of S.A: Nash do is" to ,ask your neighbor what he.thinks. 'ofHumphreys attention,"instead of being divided among'a of the great Northern"Magaziiu.writers ." ... '!

!4 1 k & Co. *Remedy for Fever and Ague and variety of.article'sare devoted wholly to N It has'"now: been'c:1ayeontribute Its paw: i

.. t : fllHE: Defendants and all others interested of course, to be convinced', you will try it,'at will render *advantages.whiehwe: can : in London and has published 8e.eJl1_ :..

p : Mi t :i JL are hereby notified of the commencement least I hope 'so. Here is my offer to any,.Planter to dealers!perfectly,obvious; and its shall ; t copIe : a.'cii'ct11a.tlon" ei

? *;? of the above entitled suit'by ,Attachment, returnable of South Carolina who will'either call on Doct our care that-1 none who visit our' 70,000 through Eng1 __ ? rn :

-k ) :P to the December,Term of said Court, P. M. Cohen, of Charleston S. Oor1, myself, in shall'meet with'any. disappointment., ''landl41and lated into5 th&continentofEurope several : ;, 'Jt.i it, J

f'4. wit-the third Monday in December next- the ity of Savannah, and either'of us will give Our assortment,complete at all seasons i of the continenfal m 'J
; -it the : '
k and are required to appear and plead to the enough for twelve cases, end if it does not cure 'the year.' LEE, JUDSON & LEE.: being only instance of 'an .' ng. .(

p1 declaration therein filed according to law. ten out of the twelve,we will refund the amount ,P. S.-.B.F. LEE, ,formerly :'of,the firm Magarine.receiving that.compliment., ,
JOHN P. SANDERSON, paid for it. You are'to see the Medicine taken Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the : 'The 'publication 'will commence, in(.O_ f
: and will be ,
Plaintiffs' Attorney. as I have directed. ginal,firm of.Lee & Brewster, from which_ next continued monthly. do
AlligatorjiFlorida June 25,1847. 4m Owing to the heavy'rains during ,the past nection withdrew some time has The publication ,price of the T'.o_ 1

::1 '_ 1 summer;and which still continue, all the.lOwlands ed business !in connection with .MessnJ.Le: London, $6. .

are under water, which will cause great Jndson'and assures his friends that\ .

1 4 4, In Circuit CIRCUIT Court OF FLORIDA., deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it concern shall have the .same pre-eminence THE LONDON 'WORLD1.0F FASHIOSi : :

u' ,.. EASTERN will be to' 'advantage to 'a certain this branch of AID COSTIJIBTITAI. -'
% td.' COLUMBIA COUNTY TO WIT: your procure 1j1denw formerly J'.EU1Luo s..1 :
) t .4J December, Term, 1847, and speedy remedy ; you'can do so by applyingto guishedthe other'two houses ,to which he ., ;: A Monthly Publication of the CDWTtI/Ln4.: ;

$.j r, 1g'. Isaac'P. Hardee and Robert ] either of my Agents'or myself. Ask for longed. _. June.25,.1847. ly i and ar;-Dedicatedto, ITj'LiftTDi.
4 : H. Hardee, merchants and partners Attachment: ionables, .Fashions., Polite iZtmttte. j
I if trading under the name Sum sworn to, AGUE. NEW: STORE : Arts} the Operas,,Theatres, fa (
Medicine the
The is for sale by following
., 4. : style and firm of L P. & R. H. $154 06 Edited by several Literary and ruIa. IIMJt.,
1 named who the for 'UNpERSIGNEp"avinrormeda' -- -
I. .( Bond tiled for gentlemen, are onlyagents THE Characters.
? 4 Hardee, the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY;whereit nh.ip under the'tylt.'l of In the

'I ji; Nickabud vs.Raulerson.4 $308 12 will be found either at wholesale' 'or retail.. 'WRIGHT & PdlNSETT ; Gossip of abovetwoWorkswUbeoij London, Paris,and the prfrgptftSiq ail flf

r Defendant and all others interested are I Country merchants will make, a.handSome'pro v' ,i : of the Continent of Europe. Royal&
fit by selling thiimedicine. A liberal discount H vpr'ntp,1 th."tor curd
: THE notified of the commencement of -.ecentIy hy Mr. ; ,Description of t.he.Qveen's Draw
made to Planters, &c.,by th&dozen.. AddressW. P. CU1JoER. .and W"lnow- golicit i hat '1
the above entitled suit by attachment, returnable PC : ,, accurate' accounts.of the. ellt
; Us to the December Term of said Court, to wit: HUMPHREYS Jr. of. public patronage who desire let. purchase' ; the Ladies of RanWSoblemen's 'Fet -ii
Wholesale and retail dealer in
; till! ?' the third Monday in December next, and are Medicines Chemicals &o Drugs, GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH.They cription every,New Opera, with'eriiKsajo ol?
and to the declaration Perfum'ery. the same-Performers &c. Tales '
to plead bjrtl 1st
4 r & required appear SAVANNAH GA, are now receiving and will kerp con ( *
F therein filed according to Uiw.. on hand,n gpneiBl iiortment tiC : English Authors,...Poetry, New HnaiEer
| { IVES Plaintiff's p Majesty's visit to dilferent.Nofclmea....
1'l W. M. Attorney. : Doom*
L Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4mtft THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. 'Dry' .Goods, Groceries, Boots, tion! of New Paintings i and the Aitiafs.V& '..,

A VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Shoes, Hats, &c., tiesc. ( '

J Persons concerned or interested, are O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- LOWEST ,POSSIBLE' PRICES, a*' an [ : London, is"$6. t. i;:;: ',
l ,
ALL villeS.C. rnf>nt for, CASH.CVSTOMEKStO. rail, and '-
to take notice that the undersigned 44'T
Mr. Hvincnmo", the .h-ierminaiion. ,. to Terms of "New MbntHy
in compliance with an act of the State of Humphreys, {r. i Godeyrs .:Migme. ,|
.1 Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for the re- Sir; I hand to you the certificate Mr. E. C. ROOKS- nnd ,to buy. their Goods "! ; $1 a year, in advance. ,: .* '

% iftstablishment, of the Records ot'the County of Watts, in favor of'your. Remedy for Fever and for Ihe-C.h.tI.py heenahlH ,to sell.them All orders must be addresseA'pcst-iaid,U .
L I. '7 I Columbia, and for other purposes." Approved :. Ague; he is a man of ,integrity, and.his testimony CHEAP: or CHEAPER' lhan ih.y can b : [ L !';GO ''
lI'd leUewi.ere.
is consequently undoubted, Cbesnut"street.n ..
.p 6th 1847 have this day filed '
January :
1. .d liLt' in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for Yours respectfullv,' .. .. }:(BtaT..FOlNsE1TI. ] ) n-: Newspapers inserting Ui cifcoVejrillwah
I to be TH08 J, S. 'FABR. : ,N.,B. Hide,* and..,ctlir ,couniry, produce" fer a'favor:and be entitled to ia eicht
) ; said County, a paper writing purporting "
in "xchnng 'f'.ir GiMwU.rjnrk { -"' '
;' 4 a copy in substance of the last Will.and Testament : Grahamville, .S. C. Sept.I 18th,l'1SJ7. (niville, March'"19" h. 1847. ly 4ug'i3th,184'flLjE, p., _
t of Henry Jones,late of said county, deceased Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr, :

) the original of said last Will and Testament Dear Sir-This is to certify'that .have used 'BAP'TIST'T EL G P l ; : : St ,&, :CO;:

I1 .. been destroyed by fire on the first day your Fever and Ague Remedy.with success, ,1 ;
.. having y :I.jLEssIts. JluLlts &:CO.;., 'bat; r.4
1: 4. :;I.b .' .. November last., And that they will apply to obtained a supply of it from Mr.T.J;'S. ,Farr, : .ANP -'- ; .ll.l ,th.-it ,Kt..r- of 'tf"rhlllMli' I" i. .r

4 .w.: the Circuit ,Coux$.of said County at the next your Agent of this place, and, administered it FLORIDA'.. EMIGRANT., ', : : !.'sH.Ijnfirmrl'! wropieil by UIf'd &iiirilkrsws
:', Term of said Court to be held in and, for the' to my daughter, according to 'di e'ctions1 and'I ".u r- '' '' 'tJ- : 0" |ht Gnvffnnxi>t Bui Win*' )ba1.
of Columbia the third Monday in am happy to state that the 'disease left her in Suhsrriher''propo. pul.Iih :fn" ,
;i j .tt, County on THE ".JJ t-H to"'ib Mr Mwck .l y thi bif' nrrivnl; '* fewNrw -
1 .' December next, to have said Copy Will established : the course of ,t irt -si.x. hours} and her ;present rh'orjHck,onvilli j Ea.'Fl' >ifda; ,i'mfl ,f.,k. n lull .a.!.rtn>?nt <>f D J (iiip IOIJII,f
s! in lieu of said original, so destroyed by I state of health indicates certain' ,cure. ly n"wllpa'p.'cfh; ahovH tiile.' X It (thall & ( ... i *. Hardy ar. !',vki.>"f. ; ,& .'.briuy

fire as aforesaid. ''YourS, &c., .E. C. WATTS, trnlm; politic"'fliullroritaingeiipralinlelligenc! "r. l'r Jt rpl.u U aI'cuirp"' r, '. .
-' ?4: ., WILLIAM TOWNSENDExecutor: .. .Grahamville,.S. C, Sept. 14th; 1847. and inR.Iiioti., hall he frnnk and explicit.- : l"hWfRfP.3 I-rppan..r to i.iirrhi. f
..: ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. -. i_#> .- r The paper will advocate the faith nnd i practice, Hh.l.s0.aml .iser ,-r..dunJ,tlW' cnusdryat, t Iliai

; Alligator, July 23, 1847. 3m AGENTS.-P. M. :Cohen & 'Co., Charleston the Baptiit,) /Hehorninaiion hi th, Uniterl\ : high i jI'. Mar.f";:r8'u. nisk'iahadvuth'.

.t; : 4i44 S. C. ; T. J. S. Fan. Grahamville S. C.Y.. ; K. Rnd. shall he particularly ilevolwl to'the riitit to:: their'fiiird in .Sa" n.b >iw'Clwrlt '
.i Carswell Savannah Ga. A. McLane''&; Co. odheSoMthern nnd.iSouth Western Stati'- .p .
: Administrator's 'Notice ; *ion. or New; York. ,* '
Jacksonville Ga. Shotwell & Gilbert Macon striiiar,and Bi'l'gi'Hit; :improvement of the' .- : ,
; htlw<
MONTHS after date;I shall make appli ; : TIt'Y; have a ww'-ariide ur Wmn:
1 : SIX Ga. & Knott Griffin Ga. of Florida. it shall comfder as its "",,mount '
Dorsey > 'PAMoise ;
to the Honorable Judge of Probate ; ; Pkmgl-l( 'which tJ.ry would ,"llf'Ctfuflt'aaU
t : f*? Ga Winter & gation.r. :Toreprove: ), tnpromIiPirtu. to '. .
j for the County of Alachua for a final settlement LaGrange, :; Epping-.Columbus ; ; tlHltatfPitIiIn .l'1siiu.r. J
*J;t of accounts and vouchers as Administratorof Go. ; W.Root,.Marietta, Ga.;' T, Patrick Salem, evalo the mindtotjie, } woi:hipofthe.lrue' GOD. :jaekinuvflh. Nov_ 6. tf' l{
Tenn. W. K.. Kitchen Augusta' Ga. J. A.: to improve the wordlyvcondition of mankind, of.
; ; :
;tia : the deceased.estate of Joshua Miller,late,of said coun Sperry, Houston connty)Ga.:; Solomon' Goodall, 1 he! ,iu ,Irading,,feature*. .. ._' : : >:-. CARD. :

iy, JOSIAH SEKINGER Adm'r. Atlanta, Ga. ; William Carr, Jacks nboro"-W. B.' .TRIs F'RON JlJ'EAl--FJrwph|[ : lIpip., $ ,
M< copies $5 one $1' .Advance, .
t Anderson;Dalton, Ga|; E.'A. Burch, Hawkins- copy : :RIVERS ALL,
August 20th 1847. 6m & KOI
h .
ville, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.;'.Cole,' will he expected in all case* f '
- t. Prescott & Co., Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot, .df AH! letters' addressed to ,the. Editor, DEN'T&L; : SURGEONSOfflee : I

h I- ministrator's Notice., & Flanders,Macon ;P.Martin,Savannah-;..Cunningham 'bepospihl.| .. .t : ; ifcst Julfea Street
1TOTICE.iS HEREBY GIVEN to all creditors N. B. The firt nnmher will be 'uupd ,, North corner of St.
; & Co.,Dalton;Go.; Jk H &'W.<8; Ellis on [ ]
fiNn I1 .L legatees and entitled to distribution first Tuesday jo June'Hejit. .. and Market Square,
persons Macon; M.'C. Williamson, Davisboro,Ga.; Wm.' .,
W1; 11 E. in the estate of Felix Ortis, .late of Hodges, Sandersville 5' ,B./T. Floyd Micanopy, JAMES ,MCDONALD. Editor. SAVANNAU"GEO1GIL'Aug. ,

Hillsborough county, deceased,that unless they Florida; ,F. A.Poullen, Jacksonville. ,' Fl rjda';' .Jacksonville, Fin..April,30.ih. 1847,. ". __ ..20, 747. 11' :

I t 1* i 1 :f1) exhibit their claims or demands to deposit R. S. Baily, Laurensville'S.,C. 1I :. ," ,FQflWARD'&ALDEC1J

I E1kAkU;! i them with me for payment within'tiietimepre.] I For sale wholesale and retail by Ubtil,\ ',( rotjr! At1 U!\

I scribed bylaw, from the second( ,dayOf March, I ", F... A.POULLEN, ', .' .,Watchmaker and Jeweller.; mOBqEYS AND COUWSELLOBS Li
It' A.D. 1847, they will be forever barred;. And '' Agent,for.Jacksonville.A No, 5 MAIM.STRWT. tr-tr i' -"f1J'Wi1I'r "li.. f'! h.nfC.otI "'ot ."
thelegal heirs of said deceased are required, to liberal discount by the'dozen. : ; ,n4' Kqutty. in.t ihiKa.i!rn Circuit of (I1Ofi4$ .
Rp..f'P(tfuI1y1nforin.t-"ehiz ,\Vx.A. "''RWAhD. S,. \ufu ltinr., ,
mme forward within'the" time ,aforesaid and 1 ; r : '
- October 8th 1847.FLORIDA. ;.
nfJarkgohvilleHndi**,, r f oisinaiciiNr'wnansvilJv'. : : .
have a final settlement of their,interest in said --
A. he hnremoved in I he house : : ., ,
estate according to the statute in such case made : : "
.mediately i : ,. W R 8T (
1 s'IJoIHingfihP.'tnp .
,- 4' -- and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, FOR SALE OB BENT ";, 'is' .: !' ., ',. '
-' Administrator de both cpntlyi! pc'p.iitiednt't'ii> pr ; .1 ATTORNEY. AND'ep'11l'SELLOa.::T.U
non. THE undersigned offers on the most' ; : ; '
__ office oft the"F nr.l" Statesman."and i ; : :
111 September 17, 1847. 8w I is liberal terms, to sell :or rentf this well now>' : :- .: "
_r-I} o I I known establishment.furniture inclu- |ia.-ed to xPtntP. wiih'lpmmptitudfall. i.order:! '*,'. ; VflLiliPutl tH Ani Ji'j.ii..hhait 11th..b

II IN CIRCUIT COURT. ded.. .mmm Application to ,be made to :J.'B; COLE, at n.wtedtviththpabovp 1. Hrip.' ; JJ hI. !yur.d'C; : .' 'r1ii iJIie 'Ea tein.F.lorida CiDtt.--t
Palatka.. A. 'H: COLE. MrGhllhtil. ''fII.ll.al'n .aylhBth .nn(.'d; ; . .. ,
1 EASTERN. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY. or 'mined iociinfitif hi* attention; i in"futireVxclii )

: : ., Sr. JOHNS: IN ,CHANCERY. -St. Augustine" '. August, 20. ,-1847.tf, ly'ui- workin'{thpie tJ,_ ohpI.' 'He\ren| ;* ; ; : : '- ::f. :1X'! : LIV. ] rq S,1 't;

;p The Southern Life CIBOUIT COURT. llinrk'('to the niany lriend''wio| 'have" ATTOBNEY AT',LAV,, i
4 '
s Burance & Trust In-l EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND' FOR" their patronage; and Irtuiiy, 'hat.hii exertions. lit ? 1 "' Jacksonville F- '
: 4 ny to use of Arthur, ., L Bill to Foreclose. COLUMBIA COUNTY. after willbp.ucht! merii(iti i- "" 4".** 1- .. !&. <

? ;; Reed, r. Abel Cowart, .) In Chancery:' ,.;j "'Fro f long; 1 praetil1 }in Jhi. b'J.in..i.i'jh f : Will r t"tiCft"iFl.I. -the/Couru? ;: of iba.lSW l.
Circuit MrVh 19; 6m' __
YL. \ him elf, to 'give atUfariinn; drhrg& ; ,
4M !4 vs..Augustus 1 : ; I .
;'kk Poujaud. Elizabeth COW rt, )' Bil Divorce: : will he:'mOden 'e:'and fii,;" ion8br..i. ; ; I' &UGUSTiJ'A; : ;GILLETT,. t
: ,
; having been madeto appear to the.satisfaction tho'f-nfthp'North.L f'3 >,_ ,*."*; .*53 't1.ti .
}1 been made to to the is- : 1
having sa IT" "
; :
appear '
1 I 'of the Court by'Affidavit, thatrthe I :N-B.,.Clock and:WatcheV repaired in the: ATT RNEY .ANP COONSEtLOB,;A.T t4'T lAnd
r :; faction. the Court by .Affidavit that the .' Ca
1 tI above named Defendant sides out of the;,State ; manner, and at& the *hnrle 'notice. : i C mnii i. i ;t'of DriIm bJih( State l. tr
Defendant named the Bill of <
.in Complaint filed : : : : .nieciicur,within and for tKpiaf. of,Fkw!f i
Jack-onvill-Dec '
26, 1845.r .
%;" .in the above entitled cause resides out of,the of Court Florida and' beyond".> thejurisdiCtionof'' 'tV)' ,this. I' to': *. -;.-- jvv-: f Mt>" v. .. : : --ti f, C' f.- J 'c tao" i.t.J f .'_

y. State of Florida, and out of the United,States, t"i ". :: [ ; ; .. .
: and in Cuba one of the West India Islands,and It.is th. refor on motion of WashingtodJEIves LL' :1 inten/sted NOTHE.' nniifled: ; 1 'CHARLES :.H., :.IEtQT" .. .
pernons, ar hereby
.. r beyond,the jurisdiction this Court Therefore Esq Solicitor for said Complainant,: ORDEREP A : ; \ : *
i ) That.the .Elizabeth Cowart be required Six M nihr"ftertKftdaieihere' : 'ATTOBNEr' AWli COTn
t kt laid On motion Complainant of C. W.Downillg-Esq.Solicitor. 'for. ] to appear ahd answer the,Complainant's 'i'1gnci .!1AdmntrRrI i x: and Alqwssi 1 :!*I_ : ;" :.'".\V!.r.'r8:; eu'ce 1fr..1. vwtaY: "CaanijffS!!

T. 4t It is Ordered ThatHhe'said Poujand Bill\:of 'Complaiiitj1erein .filed, 'within"fouf t '.,w 1I, '.I.n Xf' .fJf i iHon. ;, an i Y:' 1 rJI CirtO1 Fjstid= *;: i.t ::.nuustiJ

Augustus months :D cr e. o"Vc rill !rrly I L'IhP ..Judl ; rrllbt qt; !ac h canPwllrmP..sl1th, prinpitt.'tIon '.: .
4 and others''be required to and ,or a ,.,pro,. .MOA be s.taken \ : .
appear answer > -l.jjj' I"" lilJ! t.'d *>-' i 7} Cnuntyf.irj ,fisa.1. settlement fiihriricc, : ..J Rtk F. _
months against ner..f ,. ,s '. ;, ...,_., JTV.And : !! \ t n"lfO.-F. ,II f1 4. "84r ,.' c,
saidBiUfComplautritbinsix; ::1h.,. ,a.\Jic4mrge from ibe iJurth i: -
this t
it is futhdOrdei'4.Tht .
aoy .
the'same will be taken'as confessed : ; 1 '
3 against 1 .
ofA 'lCl.-f' 4CT.
alfl'M.: -
_* >*- .j *.. ordef/dulyb'ertifi'ed' .bthCIerk'pfthis.Court >-t 'H thJti {
;2 4 h1th : .f. J : .fI. .. r r.r9DlC V 81'tjD rAtxtf ,: { t MQNTHS. ;'iirier'-iW I wil, rp' ;t
p' !, "i
v ; : be published iri::8 newspapfer jnnted'within; !
It is Ordered 'Sb this ,
1 further a copyaf Order. Circuitfof 'bnceaweek'con.4 !f' :l. B9 rLl STAND LFYAcIrn'y ,. finNEcrunt, ,edvouchersEj'jObi.nr ; .ob fc :
the Eastern
; Florid
I lilted in:'some'&by'the newspaper'printed Clerk of:this Court be fmb-(the s cutivelyfdr four ti10IJthf"i_ .s ',; ft"j,, j'ft, ,'- '. J Nwpasv11eE..k'! 'l June'4th., _,:.'I47..4. ..\' [ ] ( : .:4,1 LIlwhre.... 11 Mmbirata'r4 I*. co 11 f;gur.* boaWpol'l''f ''
:: J'
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i .Eastern Circuit fFlorid ]'once a; mbhthrcbnsecutiVely .' TftODOUGVASJtdg. *Adinlnlstratoi's:' Notice. .F tLF'J.an4I',., \WotiJ4.a :
1 1. It} ;J. ''' : :l!
l forstr' ntb.I.X' '1 \r: :> !r5-:" <".i1J;l fj"'ffl, 1 Clerk,I-Office, !Circuit\'rr-t(u'/tJ).,.r.} JS1X"'ON'ftIS'8.1".8t.' < "",<;iiiit r.t h'cll.' !r-vs"-rf"p.. ''-' ;; '. Qr PJ"; Ute M'lu rount;.. JcA 'J i

4 f1 Signed[ ,] ,.,-.THO&DOUOLAS,1Judg( ;:.i ,.' tfJtU'f' "- 1- :' JyiUIfluL c'ai JuMuJ.. L(,j' #' i vOUCh1.SR' : :.. ,j. h ; : ..!'(m : ," .t. ;" .I '; RM : .
._ I I-PTEIt&DlTh1A8, C rkofaid. Courts .,H'i. STIRINtSCABOROU9I1 Clerk pt I "Iitt estate. t4"t ;hnMnarp; J. Jt': D ,1 ..t' J ;J uiJ Il847Ad !. is.arde ,
'I ( l j V1"'?'}!truQ 'f 1"' & -'i,Ii t'" i; ,'f ,
do. bl.c.ettd'1J e raboye.toJbeat necopy. .,. kcebycerif, the Ii boje. tcjbea true. copy.o (.I.c'pa. tit :.e.Hon. "ud' en 'r rotat.f&f1j. ; U : I ','* *1VO', 'I' E iit '" "-? *
f.i t r > > > It '> f* .r"p" q- ';' Jt'H ii'3.# : .
of an Order duly_ ma ,e-aj & tered"i !" r rd.., a.n 4odr u 1. ean l.ten4'" r." 1ne'aborieii1t1e4 }.. .. toun'v" 'funR"N'H J" :'Hat'r'> : .'''11 ",., .t :: ; : .-'tl3.! 1 L'.:' '1Nft ;J 4f ,- *'- Jatnel'AJ
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