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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 12, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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me ts not marktd with tlw number [From the People's JouiiaLl to take place. The scum is then removed *' .' be founded'on fact the rumor-.
by accusation:
/insert;jl'ns required,will be continued until forbid THE LITTLE MOL 1 skimming,'and the.juice is rapidly dipped out .-LATEST, .. FROM,' ,' EUROPE., .' having taken from the Mexicans the against whole.'of j
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BY CHARLES MACKAlT with By the arrival of,the Steamer'Camhria and .
,.d rtarced for. large copper ladles, and poured into the California,wit Honf also having taken
jflTFife dollars will be charged. f>r all announcefots When dr grasping tyranny off *is, next pan, or boiler, called the fla'l1 Jtat. The. Missouri at Boston and N w York;:ire have.. six of the debt;,will, faU.tothe ground.*fair proportion ,
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candidates i $10 00Jotit.e angry bigots frown ; j lime introduced. by first making it into a thin teen"days later intelligence from Europe.1 t.Til' How anxiously the courts iaf England France
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for Six : When rulers ,
square. 10 00 plot for selfish ids paste with two or three and Holland will '1
of the assist in the
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to Debtors and Creditors To the I most important' feature is the dreadful negotiation, and 14
keep down
5 00 people I If the thus how '.
for Letters of Adsnitistration ; juice defecated be light" colored fina quiet-will all, the scurrilous writers (I I"
Application insrrted g-atul When statesmen form unholjleague and cifcrisis'into which England seems to"be who V :
0 AU religious notices will te transparent, and readily throws up in the otherwise would have: bullied theAmeri- I i1
"*'y0 willfrhnreM To drive the world to war]! flambeau the remaining feculencies which: aremixt4.withlt plunged. Breadstuffs have also declined. ; and cans for "thirst of conquest P 'Depend'upon i ;

*All admissable personal ccmmufljcations p When knaves in palaces intrgue the operation is supposed to have! cotton has fallen'considerably. it, that if/ the United States..will assume the 1
as advertisements.OP the For ribbons or a star: \r -rop'r1y'performed.. But if the juice be whole of the Mexican bt, they J I
nust be paid on Between and might roast and
All hills for Job Printing We raise our heads, survey tleir deeds, dark colored, has a disagreeable alkaline flavor twenty thirty of,the wealthiest eat the Mexican'p Opl ,'without a'rein nstr nce t: '

fclivery ol I the work. most be addressed to And cheerily reply- / and boUt! in a peculiar manner the lime is sup-, houses England are announced to have fail from any of'the virtuous'and.humane'courts of !; '

ur: AU&communications HAZ-JARD. portage paid.
6U.ETT There's sunshine in the sky adhering to the pan, &o, indicate deficie cy.-e .over$25,000,000 p -' I,
OF A NEVr The feculencies which in the A Washington'letter in the .4
MOSPECTTS separate flambeau' We give the N..Y., Herald
When ,following extracts front ,
canting hypocrites conbine English
pATENT HTOTES, : .
IN are carefully and incessantly removed by skim-
, til'roBOOK To curb .' saysWe .
free
CALLED a man's thought, mini them back into the grande and the scum papers. have, reason to believe tiat.Mr. .Walker

I THE HE.SPERIAN HARP : And hold all doctrine undmn which was taken from thft latter ia throwltfatoay-; teimnercidVavd'Ifancial' .-Th ,fearful,'condition -. will renew. at the coming sessl TI,'his .,;
That holds their canting nought; the clear juicq which drained from it of mercantile aiiI, .position*o .tha last: tari1rpro'I
'V.... liouMT,.f Jeflfrriioa ( ..,Gap When : being ad- "morietary affairs recorded session-a 20 per
1 pr. round their narrow pale they plod' ded to the next charge. If lime has not been in our last svmmary; and their rapidly;, on tea and coffee and a small advance on Penn j .1

work will contain 500 pages ; inclu- And scornfully assume used in sufficient quantity at first, it is added in culminating to a pont' of distress and derangement sylvania iron. Current expenses will require t JI.

irs I a lucid exposition of the Rules of That all without are cursed of God;..... jlambtau.j rarely-reached by the organs of commercial some additional revenue: beyond the schedules : .

singing, and of Musical Composition; a larger And justify the doom : In the islapc1s of Cuba and J Jamaica the prac. vision,has wi'hin the last fortnight become of'46 in their most sxgcesssful'op ratl n.. ; a.

amber! of the Church tunes used by the reli- We think of Heaven's eternal love, tice is somef hat different, and probably prefer vividly developed in all its disastrous reality.- The first act qf Cotgress will have to be V ; :

denominations, South and West, than have And strong in hope reply- I able. The juice flows from the mill dnto large One after another has failure followed failure, new loan bill for current expenses.. : '

ever poas before been embraced in one volume; Grub, little moles, grub under ground; wooden tanks, as in Louisiana, but }lasses from each one vibratbg throughout every avenue of We shall have an j gregate debt from all j d; "

Ms) ( ami Anthems; Sunday School and Infant There's sunshine in the sky. these into the "clarifiers.,'* racking coppers, trade involving in its gloomy consequences sources, inherited or cmtracted,of$ (OOOOooo, !,

Hymns;Numerous Temperance and Missionary or cracli g coppers," as they art variously those who but :ftr their unfortunate connection at the meeting of Connress.: .* i.tE

ftecci, &c, accompanied in a great many instanby When To greedy authors wield the pen called. Tuese clarifiers arc large rctangular ; with the defaulters, could have withstood the I The Treasury must pe sustained, and in ad i iff$

w the entire Hymn or Song. Many of the please the vulgar town- I and shallow copper vessels about tm feet or I shock of the commercial storm. I dition to the tea and coffee,and cold iron, sugar, ,I, $oj

Junes are entirely new; while many: of those Depict great thieves as injured men i more in letgth, five or six feet in breadth, and Of the nunerous causes to which this dreary &C., Mr. Walker ma .fall back upon his:old i':

foe old airs that have long been used at Prayer Pander And heroes of renonw; about twenty inches in depth, usually placedover state'of things is assignable, the most palpable plan of a directtax, on old and silver ware:?*: ..

and other Meetings, &C., but have to prejudices unclean, the flue of the furnace, that the heated air appears to be the misregulation df the money ". .

#rer before been collected and harmonized} Apologise for crime, | and fumes may, before passing up the chimney, power-a system originating with the :Bank of Santa Anna.issued proclamation in April, .j I t":

nth numerous Scotch Irish, German. and other And daub the vices ofthe mean heat thejuice in the clarifier, but never to the England, and eagerly imitated by all other moneylenders offering every single deserter from our army :Vl

foe tunes, will be found in the 'Hesperian With fljttery like slime: temperature cf boiling,or 212 deg. fahrenheit. whereby gold has become too dear $10, and the value of his arms; to every. one f; .

jap. Books ancient and modern-many that For Milton's craft, for Shakspears tongue, Trains of pans so arranged with cbrifiersare' to buy, and accommodation a phantom., who brings a hundred idth\ him $ O0 for himself ;

tt now out of print, whose rich music is unknown We blush, but yet reply- I ,. usually knowi as Jamaica trains. ,As one fire The reflex of a system so fatal to the prosper besides the$10 for jsach of the others;V for ::

to most persons of the present day- Grub, little moles, grub under ground; is made to answer successively for four evapor- ity of trade has beea deeply felt, alike by the two hundred SI000, ardso on for other num h.' I'

jure been completely used up'7 to supply this T/iere't sunshine in the sky. ating pans, anc the furnace is so constructed as merchant and the manufacturer; the attesta- :hers, at the rate of $540 for every hundred;

tori.THEIIEPEIUVV. to concentrate the heat upon them, it follows tions of its consequences can be found in har- each deserter to have in addition 200 square l'

HARP is the largest and When smug philosophers survey [ that it is only the waste heat which supplies the rowing abundance,. in the crippled counting acres ofland. A larger quantity for officers, ,. ; I
The various climes of earth ...
farptst Music" Book ever offered the American clarifiers, and consequently that their use is houses and the deserted factory. according to their rank, ;c. .

Tittle,, as all intelligent persons will see by And mourn-poor sagelings of a day- attended with economy of fuel. Besides, as the Funeral of A. H. Everett.-On the 29thJune, i i t 11

onparisg! it with other works. Price. SI 50 Its too prolific birth ; juice is allowci to stand quietly in them for a died, Canton, Hon. A. IL Everett Commis- The; rank of field marskal is suggested instead '111

jtfcopy"beautifully: printed, and bound in And prove, by figure, rule, and plan time, and the frculencies to collect together, after sioner from the United States to China.: The of that of lieutenant general, as suitable for the

psto-boird with a neatly printed cover. :>0 The large lair world too small which the dear liquor is drawn off carefully funeral solemnities took place at 3 o'clock, P. eommander-m-chlef of our armies. The idea is t1, 11
To .
feed multitudes
the of
tIIIe5! sent to one! address for S62 50 ; 100 coT That man by means of ajyphon, or stopcock; it is thoughtthat M. the bllowing day, attended by nearly the to create' a new grade by which to reward Gen. I'!' .
yiswa.rj! flourish on its ball : the empl.yment of separate clarifiers may entire ftreign community. Rev.Parker officiated Scott, or rather; to acknowledge his 'deserts. '

l The work Trill be furnished to subscribers We view the vineyards on the hills; be attended with the advantage of a more perfect ot the occasion. After the reading of an and to open the way for other promotions,now J: .
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*y Payment in advance. And corn fields waving high- separation of the feculencies than can be approprhte portion of scripture and prayer, the richly deserved. .

ipnti'wante'l' to canvass: the whole country. Grub, little moles, grub under ground; produced if tie operation of defecation be performed remains Tere conveyed to the place of inter- p li:
There's sunshine in the Effect oftheFailures.-'fhQ New York
fiMdrecoTimeniitions required. Address the sky. in th grande, in which the juice often ment, Dale's Island, Whampoa, by the steamer i bune says:' "We cannot learn Tri '

athor post paid, r.t Louisville, Ga. When men complain of human: kind, boils before the scum is .removed, causing the Corsair, accompanied by most of the American I that the new failures,upondiigent in inquiry I1P.;

Jefferson Co., Go, August, 1847. In misanthropic mood, feculencies to be dispersed somewhat throughthe and sevenl of the English community, and officers by the Cambria are_ likely England to affect, announced r(

rjTo FlorId.pipers who copy times: and And thinking evil things, grow blind liquor. beloning to H M. steamer Pluto, Capt. I unfavorably in this country., The connections us I. :

talinumber: ofthe paper, a book. will be given To presence of the good; Yet it is vary questionable whether vesselsso Airey, havhg, with kind consideration provided I of the bankrupt houses were generally in other ;:
shallow the clarifiers admit of seamen from that vessel to the Jt'I
decantation ,
irftnrn. When in as convey body (
walled
prejudices strong, I portions the globe. We believe there
to the are no t.
Sept.17, 1847... 4t They urge that evermore of clear liqu'dsfrom: feeulenciesso light as thoseof grave At Whampoa the procession was I Corn houses in the list. V V ,
-eaI.WerkIjU..M.' 8Ienm-P IjiueBETWEEN The world is fated to go wrong, the cane juice without even more admixtureof joined by a detachment of armed men, sent by ; 1."

For going wrong before: f'cculenciis than ever occurs in the French the French Commodore, Lapierre, under the direction It is now generally believed'that Mr. Buch V ;
mode of defecating in the grande from the cause of Comnandant M. Liviere (to escort it .
a We feel the truths they cannot feel, ananisthe favorite ofthe Administration for
And smile as we reply- above mentioned. Considered however,as mere and render unitary honors to the remains of t next President, and thatmeasures be short. 4

Grub little molet receivers, or tanks, in which the juice is kept, the deceased,) md by a train of boats from the ly taken to bring out his ; :
underground
grub ; name,pr minentlyasacandidatecoinmencing ;
SAVANAF1 &: PAfAT A, FLA., There sunshine in the sky. for a while, and allowed to clarify in part, if not English_ American and other vessels. The flags the in Pennsylvania 11h'

BY THE WAY OF perfectly, 60 as to'le&sen the amount of impurities at half mast, and minute-guns from the French,. ., The recent.'electionl'game,PennsylvaniaseenujMto ,. t=fj
DAMES,'Blt\1 WICK, ST. MARYS GEO.' I [From 'Professor McCulloh's- Report.] to be'removed in the grande, these clarifiers frigate La Gloire, the flag ship of Commodore have"determinedThefriends: i:

I JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK A.\D I DEFECATION OF CANE JUICE. are certainly very useful appendages to the Lapierre, conspired mark the interest arid I i Secretary of State not to falter or hold bft1i'I. I '

I PICOLATA, FLORID.. While the beet-sugar industry has had great train of evaporating pans ; for the heat, whileit solemnity of the occasion. any longer.':'Alexandria Gazette. .:


In connection with the Charleston Daily Mail difficulties contend with in the very impure removes a large portion of the feculencies by From a number of causes, the most startling V f

St .p3'keut Savannah: ,the elm'r: SARAH nature of the juice employed, it yet has received coagulating much of the albumen, is also usual- which is the unparalleled derangement of the College Joke.Sam," called out a studentone .

SPALDING,from PAl.l..tka to Like Monroe, the in France every facility and advantage which ly sufficiently high (about 150 deg. to ISO deg. Money market, the price of breadstuffs has gradually day to a classmate who stammered and was I.

U.S.Mail tagw from Picolatt to St. Augustine the science intelligence, and fostering care ofa Fahrenheit) to check or prevent fermentation; but steadily retrograded ; the only article considered little "soft," "what become of the.
and from Black reek vii Jfewnansville :It instead of vessels of surface and of which has other half .
powerful and enterprising nation could afford. ; large preserved its firmness being In 'of your brains "Y-your father
Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to On the other hand, the cultivation of the cane, but little depth-:a shape usually adopted, I dian corn. A slackened demand has of course; never had ?em; or he would n't ha' sent you

aJU-tle.!) and the art of extracting sugar from it, seemed presume, to permit of more extended application materially contributed to this result, but this I here," was his instant reply.
OCAMCLGEE. Capt. A CHASE. of the heat of the flue-cylindrical vesselsof cause must be
regarded as merely temporary.
almost to have been left for centuries to the I
MATTHEWS i: P.McXELTY. considerable depth and less diameter The But End.-A farmer hired :
were Doct. Wiseman has arrived & Vermonter
of the ignorant and stupid from Rome
These pickets leave Savannah every TUESDAY and management his scarcely less ignorant overseer.negro Nature ., substituted, these would permit the clear liquidto with private despatches for Lord John, charged Rus. to assist in drawing logs. When.a log was to be ,

SATURDAY MORMNG, at 10 o'clock, and ar- however, in the abundant growth of tropical ,be drawn off, and the scum to be removed by sell. The Doct. has been permitted to assume, lifted the Yankee always took gofcd care to get

rife at pjeobta.in time for the Mail Stages to go climates, and a juice of great comparative skimming, with great readiness; they could thc title of Arch Bishop of Westminister which hold or the smallest end. The farmer did not "
lirough to St. before not however be heated in the same manner L like this.. and told him always to take hold
Augustine: night every purity and richness, favors the cane with ad- as is regarded as the prelude to the establish. of
Thursday! ani Monday. those in use.The ment of the butt'end.. At dinner the,: table was graced it
vantages which more than compensate for the a Roman Catholic Hierarchy in Eng.
turning: leave P .l3.tka.every TUESDAY and lime is added by some in the clarifiersby with an Indian pudding, sugar loaf shaped.- _
rudeness of the followed. Thus in .
Fin>tfMoRxi.\G, at 7 o'clock, touching as above these two similar processes and rival industries we,be- others, only in the grande or first teache, as : land.Marshal Soult, Duke of Dalmatia, has been The Yankee sliced off a hugo piece from the

tA raj. hold science overcoming obstacles imposed, by it is called in the English colonies ; and by others mad Marshal-General of France. This is the thick part, exclaiming with a wink at the farmer -
TIe> both in both while it into all "Always take the butt end!" 4
Ion in some even
7 are pressure boats, complete nature, and contending with ignorance: favored. ; put honor conferred on Marshal Turenne in 1660,
wier.and? handsomely furnished in every res- in so successfully also that of the pans teaches, except the battery or striking and on Marshal Villars in 1732. I
Jw.Ct: are well every respect; teache. In Jamaica the dose of limo Thrillingly Thrill -Last week while *
; commanded by gentlemen of late the French government has seen fit employedwas The news from Italy presents no new feature. n.g. one, V
torn experience on the route, and their patare to remove years the privilege of exemption, and to formerly, according to Bryan Edwards, The Pope is firm, and the Austrian do not seem of the workmen was engaged cleaning the ball |[
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ms assured that every attention will beH tax the manufacture of beet thereby about a pint in powder, and, after slacking, to a inclined to provoke hostilities. on the State House steeple; the ,scaffolding on :*
to the safety and comfort of passengers, sugar, placing hundred gallons. Of late years it is stated to V which,he stood gave way. The crowd on Ches- I
aiI l to tie careful handling of freight. it on an equality with their colonial sugars have beenreduced to nearly one-third of that Accounts had been received from Christiana nut street who were watching the whole)"opera- :i

paying duty.In quantity awl with decided improvement tOthe (Norway) that on the 17th of September,an immense tion, were speechless with horror. Down- *' V
AGEXTS: : ,
nothing, perhaps, is the contrast betweenthe rock in the district of Foarden fell from 'down he" V
1ooks ,
&: T11pper Savannah. sugar manufactured. In Cuba, the amount of C".1me-butjnst midway, with great !
beet and the cane sugar manufactures more I the summit of a mountain, crushing thirty-four of mine he
U.
.DeLorm:; Darien. lime used defecation: varies even from dayto presence pulled out his caseknife 'i
striking than in the operation of defecation, as houses, in which were supposed be 230 per- and stuck it in of the "
Jfriedlander, Brunswick. day, with the caprice ofthe ignorant Spanish one pillars of the belfry ,;
{wBosent-, St. Marys. performed usually in each. Caution, care and sugar boilers usually employed ; and'this delicate sons. At the date: of the accounts' only two bodies with sufficient force to sustain himself by'it i
the while carelessnessand had been
"raandez skill distinguish one; which much careandskill recovered. until he was rescued from his "situ .
& Bisbee point requires so perilous .
Jacksonville. ]Ie
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the. other. Asiatic
Es- Cholera is
mismanagement pervade making fearful ravages in tion. *"1 _
JJSi lack Creek. would be perhaps almost as well perform- ,
*Cooley Picolata. sentially chemical process, and therefore requiring ed as by them, if lime were scattered about the Russia,, and in 'consequence of its appearance at P. S.-Barnum.of New York, has written for. jj
some knowledge of the composition and Warsaw, the Emperor had deferred his visit'to the ejseknife.-PhiL
Item.
sugar and allowed to be blown into them City .
iP.Ih"'kin p.tlatka. pans ; ,
of for its correct and intelligent Poland circumstance not "
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properties canejuice ; a regretted by ,the
C..0' by the wind. ,
IB.-Goods; ; Charleston. performance, little or nothing can or Of late'years separate ,clarifiers heated by people of that country. Those citizens Montioke: Iowa, who were .

free of commission.consigned Freight the Agents from forked Sa-- should be expected if it be left entirely to the steam, have been, used both in the West Indies lately about to lynch some poor fellows for,,the.

MtIlD.thand care ofnegroes or ignorant white men. Some and Louisiana those in the islands are generally murder of a man named McKnlghtwer ,peculiarly
the London Times.
Charleston
and all freight ; Prophecies of -Among the
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way however
of the more intelligent planters, superintend fortunate in not carrying unlawful
7abIe by shpp. I. defeactors, copied closely after those em- merits of the "leading journal in Europe "cer- .
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and direct in the operations of into execution. It turns that
out he'
!ePtberll7 person ployed in the beet-sugar works of France and purpose .
the ,
be classed
1847. tfSO''ICE tainly cannot verity of its
which I prQtphecies. had
laborious
enlisted in the
the sugar-house; a practice though which,therefore'.need no further description or.I In several instancies its most confi. U.S.'Artny-and is at Jefferson .
especially at night is yet often indispensable Barracks and it was only.his.
,
discussion. In Louisiana, a less costly apparatus dent vaticinations in relation to the of ; resorting. o a
P1h=given that SIX MONTHS after date if they would look properly ta their has been tried ; with what success,I am not our arms in Mexico, have been falsified.progress One despicable trick, staining a hatchet, .&c. with.',

ro'o.ttpp1y to the Honorable Judge of the own interests. informed. It consists of a wooden reservoir or'' oi its latest expressed anticipations of failure in blood, through revenge, that any one at'al} was I 'F
,. ut of Nassau dis- Lime is generally the only agent of defeca- lined with lead and heated: accused of his murder ". ,
f} county, for my vat, Or copper, by this regard was copied by us on Saturday, to
m the Exccl1torship; on the Estate of tion employed. Care should be taken that it means of a steam-pipe. The juice being heatedin i show how,closely the corresponded :with '

Ialker, late of said county, deceased.WiL be used neither in excess or in deficiency. But these vats to 212 deg. Fahrenheit, is allowed the anticipation expressed,'th tour little'army Running away with another manrswifoisc
now called 'ste
to determine the quantity, experiments hng female clothing decidedat .
A. RUSSELL proper for while that feculenciesmay
Executor. to remain quiet a of 6000 under GeIL.Scott'would in all
Jut I' men .
)) ; pro '
d.lSt7. Cm on a small scale are tried only by a few; the collect, when it is drawn off by cocks, bability have to capitulate to the instead Pittsburg. A man named Taylor,was arrested -:
enemy
results of working being generally the means there by the husband of the woman Mrs. V
through a cloth filter, into a reservoir.of into of planting its standard the towers'of ,
VOTICE.r8on whether the amount at Davis with whom he had eloped Jfroni Detroit.
employed
IIP judging the grande itself. Although the advantages of 'the It "remarkable } .
of Mexico. is that theY
A city '
having claims the j The husband in
against es- time correct. practice so loose is of : failing reaching" himy.
was
b any steam are I should be inclined in: any.
using great, this is
OtJohn .reverse of anticipation nearly co
iL Stafford ry ; other
late of New
W I. rGS.L course attended with constant uncertainty and process, brought wm"before the MayorJcharged
the absence information:with respect to actual incident in point of time'with the period/of itaexpressions '
I: ae5CMedi will present them to theWithin to the with l cenl.in taking .. .thewife's
frequent injury sugar. results, to consider, these :wooden, clarifiers liable ,.the ;London,Times ,in wHicH it away
.S5n the time prescribed by law the slacked lime for apearabearingdate clothes. He was.brought:
\ To quantity before Judge
measure first that : ,, ,. -
ilIbebarred to two great objections:- they,cannot P the 3d of September;and the
; and those indebted to small wooden box or trough is Lowrie on a writ of habeas: His.honor' !
defecation a corpus. .
*
1i estate be readily cleane4; ,and secondly, that it is Mexican: capital bemg.ln possession ftli&American j*
,, will make after the'evidence '
payment to used by some ; it is one foot in length, and four found extremely difficult:and even almost'impracticable forces 11' after. hearing poned'his deci-, .
only days
SUSAN STAFFORD Adm'x. inches both in height and breadth, being divided in the- arts 'to,make, vessels lined 'sion fr.tw days,when he remanded theprison-: .,

,_.B JOSHUA STAFFOItb, Adm'r. from'inch to inch by,grooves, into which a with metal and soldered together which will remain .. 'j, -. V : '. er to jail, to wait,the requisition of the authorities -:;

.. aI, 8Ct. 10, 1847. 6mAU slide slips. Each 'division therefore corres subjected to frequent England.-The editors'of the. N.York Journal :.' "Michigan, on the. charge: of) iteiY.; -..: Sh

-. ponds to sixteen cubic inches., Rough as the changes perfectly of temperature tight'-if: and: especially such! as of. Commerce, have bee1 -favor '," the '.'ThWistbebringing: the stealing, of hearts dowi"v jfto'thelinromantic

: NOTICE. above contrivance is, it has the advantage of rapid connected with '.The'expan-: following extract*froma, letter,; written-by,:"a' reality bf stealing clothes.', -. ij
, personshavin are steam-pipes. .
wnus ?claims against the Estate measurement, and even for accuracy is,infinitely sion and contraction of the metal loo ens and .merchant of ,NewYork'ivliOiaalong been ar"ident !ont run away,with:another'man's wife un-, V,
0tit dece Randolph, late of Hillsborough preferable to the rough scales and them : :' in 'one of the most, populous manufacturing less-you"Visb/tobe, indicted-. 'for 'stealing-rfry. <'
-
will present them to the sub- sold in the shops. .thug causes' to 1-eakJ. .' '. districts' ,in(.England:, i.The letter is,addressed ;. -nnds. -,... :
thIn weights *' .0"I; : : 'J .... .
"6_YIll the timeprescribed by law, The; proper dose of lime varies with the nature (To be :continued.. ) t 5 to partner ia New,Yprk i': sc/- *, '

aa1d be forever barred ; and all those of',the -cane and the country j'juice from ,OJ.to'g .-;: telegraph' communication :. V. ."XpttwiUlearnfrpm i the papery thefrightfulstate''of s crtri ar'Jo"e.\years'since:: when the;/ J .

J' toto 1 "state, are requested to make perfect canes requiring less than that of immature to.thiN.: Y. states.that'there- "the, ,me cantile. ,:world this'sidepf Rev Doct..Hawks wai.abqut: .leaving,1'\ Tf ibr J: t
HOMAS P. KENNEDY Tribuney: the 'water .Confidence ,'is-'almost,annihilated the South'he w s-wa t 'u n1)1 the ', V
or,such as"are otherwise: of inferior qual- turns arekll in the Whigs a majority of : : :vestry"} ;
Administrator. '- ; giving. : distress for :is llel d. '
ta House of
the in the. Hep-
Fl..Oct.8tb. 1847. 2m- ity.In Louisiana and'the French islands,the juice two in i Senate. and* six* tfl .t **
: .ItI Qiiwa)" permitted to fiowfrom'mills": into large shallow .J>I' : 'I .L ______ ___ '- ,,-/';-.>, ,-,' '... pool, and !iairthe- '!important,manufacturing. :the'same/ ,TheBeVnDoct: ..,griCloU11\NCeiTed
) Negro Caught.j5r ,' ', 'r marts;,of 'de* the committee'1mt' fespectfuUyM :L lip, and committed to. .lln wooden tanks: or reooivers;'thc pieces of 'Deaths in:Nen OtkfreYelloF--: .and shipping (\oflmoney.'payable :: .
acwonTilie Duval County: ,0.Ja .i1 trash. ,and'ther mechanical impurities It be-1 The number ql the::New
L Habut23 years of five feet negro tci ixi4 ing separated in part from it by passing through; I fourt en and half columns'of i names of the annuni'interest:' > ayihaTte3rxna1:' ,'the salary; though.liberalfor the parish:which they

..TW in. height black age, 'sieves. In these receivers it is allowed to stand I victual' ,the yellow fever inl4hat city9durSiigfthe V harvest.is only' 'an'average;,for. --corn, :(meaning representedivouId :be f inadequate fbr\his ex-. V

.it t.. his e as FR.,\ K. He complexion, quietly for a Vhileand, 'it' is 'then i>'drawn. *'off the:''''' ti i.S r The +A1 number"of.deaths is .the(-cereals.> ') whilst .the.peas' ,';'beans"andturfr ,pensesj having a,considerable ,of small ,
saysthat ,
1on" nip elt 1fullll'4Arand "thepotatq'ero.ia children.to, ducat& anfl : for. 'On ;of !
t.; to ttichard carefully as to leave in the receiver the dirt two thbnsknd'fire hundred and forty-four./ : pr'lde' ;
.
Wisenbaker : .
of Lowndes .. .. doomed/ LTo'add $o:;the alarm-we toe advisedthat the 'committee'replied., "theLord will''take'
hl' Oeorgi.rone &. ,' ,,,hich'may sepa.rated'from ;'cltherna a -if *. ,J,. : ---- > '
,,) er..is Bcumorby.precipitalion._ It passesio the. firstand ""i 'Here the whigs'btame'the'dem cr i *i w** *nven. 'the cholera baa/; inita: 'westward march.1 already -V 'care1 of them; he: 'has,:P 1e"t. iear". &e- 4' <'V
requested
I es; d take hini to prove property' ,, : largest evaporating pan,''called' the'grande, tion/drn, it i meddling-with.the Wilniot proviso: reached' Poland, and it is feared' tre shall' .youraTes whD:. Y 'provide ; V
:
tLway. ,' :T> .Ll'-.r. $ be visited-! witbf,that scourge this ,winter.t.Te; fdr'theth 1 : .o V
SAVaUi.h btrwhig
,:J....A. BARBEE 'where'it'receives the lime intended .for defecation The; p ; :, pre: : : .
'and is heated until the thick scum::which scoia&at the,saxiie C9nv n D !: ..TU1g U1lAvor : trackit follows iValmostidentical that bf tlemanbut basnotpromisedtoprovidefoz
'Till' 'JLUOr'DI: Ta1 C unty. f4 I ,'r lt V 1831..2.'i; A '('J.H;+ij \f't.l;. }fJ L1f \. ti l-M tiiouriHawks.' .:.' H ? !v,'
; .. :'47, tr rises'to the surface cracks; and ebullition a-bout I ,' m : -

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THEELECTION:
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.: : 3VEWS.' honor. Though the Whi :(lEO/WB. Ws Goverhor*elect of" Georgia, Late 1lews.r DI .p. :
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dislike to see the j position We are hippy to"find'lhal the Sentinel can.so : ,: eW. 4 j,....

r er House changed or 'foregorits] prejudices:as.to. ,approv '.. 9 }r' -took placet His Inaugural Address, which was : By, tasarrmVof thelrteamer'A :
,JACKSONVILLE NOVEMBER. 12, 1847. ing would afford them short bat pifewas applauded, especially New Oreaas'on the.th.J Jtemgehcefrdm It,
j. in relation to:the: odious,operation: of ? rapturously u1t1re. bn-'IaI.-
to see the crown'placed 'at'tbse passaa'wherebe alluded to ,Mexico.A ',.
election law..*It is a crying outrage :
Hsfe who has done so much to present
warandheWilmot'Proviso/,regard to Mr. Castillo who
the of the citizensofafree. rep b- the arrived ia Vera
This is "doing it rights, er. .
up _
ili geance.. Not only have which calls'for instant :correction. It ,is the latter SJ. TOWNS thus"distinctly:expresses the,18th nIt..fromJa1ape., edwte 'li't..
lowing to the"Genius
to that according to ,the practice himself: of Liberty:
that they are to have a perceive: ,
observed Immediaily connected with the war: is a He left the city Mexico on tie
hitherto ', Judge 't
has been any
tttij
but it is
.I 7i: ; WKSTCOTT, question ofvtal 'cohcem'to' the'slave-holding month, and :on the,llth, at 5 o'clock. ,
,
Probate can if he pleases to make,or to Dis- entered ) .!I.. ..
IW : THE GXOTERAL ASSEMBLY of this State commences CABELL'S friends that < States' of :thjTUnion; should the pernicious Huamantla, [a. town a little eaahi '
.informalities set at naught the'will of the Proviso i receive thesanctionof Perote road, and about half
I them of the AYilmot
its next Session on Monday the 22d of I more principles! : : ; way, .JJetw f1kPU
1 r "CROWN however expressly tiu- d. 'As :we Cfcgress/and; become? the'fixed pol- rote and Puebla.] There he Jeanied.
placed thattla-
J, ; the present month. upon of the Fed ral Government 'reference tots force of Gen. Lane hal. entered aho
st3nd the true spirit of the law.to.be the ICY 'tJl j,
,
has done h win
to
ts: $ i M"* ) so mu territory ftreafter to be acquired, it would and so sudden and unexpected, hi
: THE OCALA ARGUS informs us that the poll lists are merely.prima;fade'.e! -- that Santa Anna had ani
,; t porters of Mr. HAUTON, ; constitute a ce of Federal usurpation too ,intolerable ; hardly time to P'I

y* "News" arrived at that place on the 27th nIt, of Maj..PUTNAM,-and of of what they purport to be, and if infor for hdurance: ,An act so repugnantto by another quarter ofthe.tow. The

after an absence of three weeks. All that we Mr. CABELL'S assuming .are found in them, evidence should be the Const utidh,' destructive of our rights, cans captured two pieces of artillerr te l lozi

; *. have to is that it is regularly transmitted u that made in good faith but and dishonOr to Georgia as.one' of the par- to the force of Gen.Santa Anna, 1rhic .thefa&:
( l say, He coolly takes his they were, ,. I ties to the Fe eral Compact, should receive as ter in his hurry hadTnot time to rem

; from the Jacksonville Post Office every week. a "crown" of thorns. evidence, should be, admissable as to" illegal ;. I doubt not 'i i1 would the united resistance of took two prisoners. CoL Vega and lturbbte.n,'aaa'also

Mr. ROBERT WATERSTON FAIR AT ST. tes, fraud, &c. This latter ill exclusively the every true h( ,rted friend to the State." Santa Anna, after leaving Huamant}; ,,
.3 Lrvr COUNTY.- he did at the heal: of 1000
and the Circuit in contrast tame en- horse, was 'reiAC
the Legislature
.of This is rat e.
fk4 (Whig) is elected Representative of this county.. We understand that !I er ced by 1500 men of the command, of Oen.: r.

No opposition was made, and we-t>elieve hardly boring and venerable durance of th policy adopted bythe Southern and both remained in theneighicrh Of jj:
the forcible remarks of Ae Senti- We hope how- mantla till Gen. lane's
We append Whig, or procrastinating party. departure:
ti : a dozen votes were polled. He ought to have engaged in active after
this subject,recommending them to the ever that the tegislature of Georgia will take a this town was again taken possession e2?
ut run against himself, merely for the sake of appearances Fair, to be held in'that upon Gens. Santa Ann and Reyes whu.foUoiriS J
; of all citizens who love their liber bold determined: stand upon this'question.. ,
the Uth of I the of the
"> Friday rear guard Americans,killed serS

,,( i < tinue during the week. : COLONIZATION IN HAYTL men, principally inebriated. stragglers,wdS'
9 .'CALHOUN COUNTY....;,It is said Mr. STEPHEN is the establishment in : The Jacksonville New: :.speaking: ? of the re issued twenty prisoners. The Mexicans had t, wT.
i5 3 I RICHARDS, (Whig) is elected Representative of I of the three'precmcts'by' the Judge of The people of St. Domingo have recently ces of artillery with them, one a brass 1&J
academy, under the dn-e in'that county, calls upon the next Le the following address to the people of the der and the other a pounder.: of
the
this by a majority of 4 over FRANCIS ,
county ** .
tf
; tent teachers, who shall to amend the law in thuregard. The United States inviting them without distinction metaL l
ri: j- : ARNOU,-but as the Judge Probate threw out 'does the legality\\ or justiee Gen. Rea sallied
; instruction not only to not impeach olor to settle in that island with liberal : out of Puebla at the] head
.i 4 one precinct, the latter will have the certificate. the lat election of the Judge Cf Probate in .of. a pretty considerable force and was rf
awaj
be in circumstances & ,
( The Sentinel thinks the election will be contested good county, but thinks the pone "-is dangerous. promises of land, out-fit, &c. It is worthy of El Pinal [a town a lew miles south of HusoSk

; : and that RiCHARDSwill obtain his seat.tT .- parents have hitherto think o.too. The returning officers\ ought attention, as an opportunity is thus offered ,to 9n the same road to Puebla,] the apProaQal

them an education. be responsible to the people and\\here should the indolent free colored population of the Union. General Lme, whose flanks and rear ike Ueiri.
. ; Very probably because he is a Whig. But Mr. ,
than in the The
one concern. Judge
laudable one and as the more cans are reported to have been incessantly
r1! PRESCOTT Dun catnot, because he is a Doth Probaie is not so responsible. '1 ji re is no to seek a home more agreeable to their habits, Kissing. But we know and we are eonfidaT

! mocrat. inary are to be open to it all, (except in the character this I and where the slightest labor can procure a that though the Mexicans should muster( ,,:

,. : nomination, it. has ,) hat he will not give.!: 'an ''altogether livelihood. It might be an object also, in the four-fold the amount of that which itiareported

A4: NEW JERSEY.-In tlis State, Mr. HAINES the asm not only among the ,return-and, besides, the law rests in Southern States, to rid themselves in this manner that they have, yet Gen. Lane, the Buena V'1It&,

p : Democratic candidate for Governor, has a maJority but among the liberal sowide a discretion, that mere trifling in- hero, will extricate himself with honor
&JId
of and crowd of free mulattoes
r' a lazy thieving g.
" :. of 1500 over WHGHT, Whig. The Whigs cities of the North, may be ruled to de'feat'the voice of. .ry from their midst, and will form: a.
; people at any time. The law is an unsafe and negroes, whose neighborhood is any- with his General, unscathed by the

i'l: : have a majority in theLegislature. one another to promote The provisions of an election law ought thing but advantageous. passing through the soldiers of Santa Ann ordeal*.?e,(j*

c t *e NEW YORK-ELECTDN.----- -Owing to the unhappy From good authority be as plain, as few and simple,'as consistent Saint Domingo, ,July 10, 1747. Reyes. ----

, of safety to the franchise-the returning The decree by which it was
features ordained
principal tW'irr
the Democratic ranks in Dear Friends We being native Americanswho
W! dissensions among shbuld hold a direct responsibility to Pena y Pena should take charge ;
on a somewhat imigrated to this country in 1824 beingnow thesuprena
l this State but little spirit was manifested by themselves-the for the in
. rt people grounds power conjunction with two associate!
in body assembled, have resolved to offerto hi
:;; : them in the, election. In the city the Democratic sions. There are to be rejection of votes orreturns should'be special- our brethren of the United States the law ofemigration been repealed, and Santa Anna! has agaia beta
I zes, which several are ; y set forth and established bj law. At least called upon to assume the reins Of
thousands. house and
1k4 vote fell off several Consequent4) passed by our congress, government
the number of chances : are our individual notions. But now if it can be called ones and the command
the 5t inst. It invites all strangers hereto of tie
have on \
: there is little doibt but that the Whigs
ly, of Probate if he is
, Judge so disposed, can army.
for dollar in without
sold liberty
are one participate our glorious.
p carried thing before them. The Baltimore and tinker with returns to Gen. Parades is in
; every precinct Tulancingo;endeaToriat
. far of distinction of color; and all who will' come by
.. t ft Sun says the Vhigs have the Legislature a greater prospect of the popular -Trill. We da not this invitation, will have their passage paid at : and with some success, it appears;to establiai

4 : : r and the State officers by heavy majorities. In his adventure than is that a dozen of the present returns, the rate of$14 per head ; and those who will his monarchial system. He has of late mored

We have received a list State ,over, are made in every respect to come with the avowed intention becoming far- very important converts to his political prod-
wards .
carried but
i the city the Democnts have 6 to of the law. Nine ',
number of the every requisition will have in addition to the of pies.The
mers payment
greater ,
out of 18, and have sleeted only 5 of their Assemblymen favorable of the votes polled in Leon county for their passage, fifty acres of laud, as a donationto I semblance of the Mexican Gotenrndt

; : out of!G. more Democratic ticket, were poled without en- them forever, together with the implements -. met according to appointment at QnettUiion
In addition to the as expressly required by law-and of husbandty and a regular maintenance the 5th, but there not being any thing Hke
,
'If f 1 : GEORGIA ELECTION.' -The official returns of it is proposed to add of its provisions are prattically a dead until they are able to maintain themselves; quorum present, nothing was done. ,

: the late election Governor in Georgia, show several ladies and, -and while, by some Judges non-confor and they will be entirelyexempt: from military Peace is as far off as ever; the feelings of:tie

that Mr. TOWNS, the ,Democratic candidate obtained visiting St. Augustine with 'any'one would be leld to vitiate a service, as also their offspring, in order that people are said to be most strenuously: poied
: others would perhaps nly care to be to any compromise the North Amenou
.
they attend to agricultural pursuits.We ;
a majority of twelve hundred and eighty East Florida will at that the honest may in i'uct the
; return was an one, that this law,can fully depended hostility which existsagauatwia
presume
J nine. The whole vote was over 84,000, being guests from the wintry after all, is the only thins needful. en by all who may feel disposed to embrace its the interior towns, cities and villages,is nport.

-: the largest ever polled in that State for Gov founded ed to be of the most bitter kind. "
; p I' weather which prevails ; -- offers, as it is on necessity. As we
41 ernor. cember cannot fail to GEORGIA LEGISLATURE.On have a very healthy climate, and perhaps one The other leading rom and generals 8l1anlOD'

_ _ of the best soils in the world with a generous for the most part to CuenuYacayia the hern
the 1st just the Legislature of Georgia ,
,1 week in caliente.
spend a happy [Cuernavaca, is a town seventeen
; THE WEATHER.-rhe weather during the las population, all we stand in need of is: American
I in the midst of these its Session at Milledgville. Mr. A. leagues south of the city of Mexico on tie rod
the
society-or in other words tillers of ground ,
and ;
; weeks has been 1
two so
warm pleasant-
the,1 '
: :4' MILLER was elected President !)f the Senate.: in fact, by the aid of foreigners this might be to Acapulco.
r much that it to visitors who have ?
THE DUVAL
arrived -
so appears 1\lr.C.J. JENKINS Speaker of the House.- made a paradisiacal garden. We have the full

q ;: here from the North, as if they had suddenly In the Sentinel of result rather startled some, of the good right of the liberty of conscience. We have a The Y FoR.\. CRUZ, early morning bf20ti Oct.
Methodist church in the of Port Plat Alabama is off this morning,bat derf is
the
j exchanged winter for summer. Since : ticle the election b city ; one .
upon
." Whigs of the State, who thus, foresaw that they nothing new to write about the "Gtn 11J of
in Samana and in this where ,
inst at 7 o'clock A. 3L the thermometer the one city, we wor-
9uS 1st % ing reason why Col.
irretrievably saddled'with the Augusta. ship God according to the dictates of our con Liberty" having published the only item worth
: : { has never fallen below 59, Fahrenheit, and has the Judge of Probate to : sciences, without the least: molestation. Our culling. :Dty before yesterday about doze

67. At noon it has ranged between PRESCOTT received the Hay's Ratgers encountered some 200 guerrillas
;. Iji averaged A considerable number of aspirants for the friends may depend on this information as be-
p4 71 and 80, averaging 77. At 9 o'clock, P. M., votes. The Sentinel ing strictly true ; and up to the present time out towards Santa Fe. The Hexkui
Senate in whom
S. were attendance-among charged on them but the Texans very eooDj
we have a majority ot'colored population of more ,
But out
r it has ranged from 62 to 75. one day respondence in this
Mr.B ERR JIN, Mr. CRAWFORD DOUGHERTY, than two-thirds. We expect' that many white dismounted, vaited till they came within eboel
f often has been cloudy. "At the Clay Hill thirty yards rind poured a volley riflainto
,
will this offer
THOMAS, of Columbia, HOLT, of same people accept as they seem gen-
? large a loco majority, for adventure than the col them unsaddling;;: a number. The rascah being -
THE CIRCUIT COURT for this County, 'Will place, and Judge HILL. A vast deal of lobbying erally more disposed tat
f two and reinforced
persons, [ ored. However, we hope that our friends will attempted another charge
t commence its Session, in this place, on Mondaynext. up, put aside the legal was on foot, and considerable anxiety manifested not let'this fine opportunity pass without embracing were 'this time met with Colt's revohers, tie

: L; Judge MACRAE, of the Southern Circuit assumed the right, the in the countenances of the candidates. it.There Texans never budging an inch I The"boyriU

tl : will, preside.For tickets and the latter may expect some rich scenes. is a vessel engaged to bring out emi- camein &lre.WesttTn .

4 the of Marion it will commence strance was in vain. grants. She is consigned to the house Messrs.
; : County whig votes as illegal." On the 2nd inst, Gov. CR WFORD'S 'Message
o Amar & Co. New York. Persons
': at Ocala, on the 6th December next. The above charge we received, and read to both Houses. It"is a will do well ,to cull on the above gentlemen.interested Boundary of Texas.-France,under ti

: : : For the Counties of Alachua and Levy,it will mitigated: and lengthy document, and entirely taken'up with Furthermore, should it become a general desire, Rio whoiae Grande we claimed the ,boundary alwuys jicknowledgw ofTexs.! fipafflj a
as
I !:; commence, at Newnansville, on the 13th of December though Col LANCASTER, of local interest. We extract that por- 'any merchant who would choose to fit out a vessel ::- under whom alone, Mexico cloimedj. always frknowledged

j I next. of Probate endeavored tion of it.which relates to the disputed Boundary for the purpose of bringing out emigrants, the lower Rio Grande the boundary
will be sure to receive $14 a head all'
including
For the of Columbia it will of Texas. Jefferson ) .Monroe,
County com
? lino between anil Florida from
., r of such conduct at the ; Georgia expenses, for: as many as they will land here.- (
Allamsm.l ahrclysathrmedtheBio61'.u1deto
: mence, at Alligator; on the 20th of Decemberid lished was this. That I which it appears that this vexed question is as If any merchant should like to have a guaranty, be most clearly Clay;, the boundary of Texas, Teii

r next far from a state settlement as they could, bywriting to our president on the
j Judge of Probate,, off ever: as so claimed always and exercised miEtarj
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subject. His name is Pedro Santana
I is fast with resolution of the last General Assembly presi- granted and"surveyed u'l5r organiiw
OUR LITTLE TOWN filling up consequences, dent of the,Dominican Republic. It will not be power
h strangers, who have fled hither from the frosts either not write at all, required the Executive to appoint two commissioners as inconvenient to new comers hereafter as it counties there, served process,.receiTed votes:
on the'part of Georgia to meet such as and exercised civil and criminal jurisdictionthere.
i1, and snows of the North, to the ba.lmyand genial they found themselves might be.appointed by Florida, for the purpose -was with us. We can give them all the necessary Great Britain formally acknovledged
information how conduct
to themselves in
41 climate of Florida The accommodations sfstance, which was of definitely settling the boundary between the this'country. the Rio Grande in 1S41) as the boundary of.Tel:

LilI : of the hotels already established in this place publicly. When the two States, with such restriction: as the Governor We remain dear brethren as. Our Congress, by an vnaivwl3 TOts *&
might deem' impose. The yours. recognized it in December 1845 *ndc rnw.
k are so inadequate to the demand occasioned by six votes were found necessary power Signed in behalf of the meeting, officer
granted to this Department was extraordinary, our laws and sent our custom-house
the throng of visitors that several families have sed office I REV. JAMES FALLS, Chairman. .
nor was any and may be regarded as a strong proof of the ELIJAH B. GROSS there.-Washington Union.Cholera. .
.' '1 : been unable to find room here and were compelled that it was impossible solicitude of the, Legislature of the State; to ,Secretary.

: 4, k to continue on to St. Augustine, or else- these were voted. bring this protracted controversy to .m early THE RIFLE BRIGADE.The .-By the last steamerwas "ei ,t\ere

where. We regret that the scheme which was the poll list but were and amicable adjustment In the execution of following extract from a letter dated at much apprehension indulged in :.nJ
this authority it at once'appeared that I could and the Western part oi'the C ntineDr."Il: ; ft'o.
mooted a year since, to build an immense hotelon Probate. We have not overlook the Constitution of the State, by Mexico, September 23d, and published in the gard to the Cholera. About eighteen months

a scale adapted to the wants of the travelling davits of some ten or a which*our territorial lirnits'had been declared. N. Y.Courier &:Enquirer, gives us the painful since it ravaged the .banks. of the Ind*!, p*

r th community in the winter time, has not been whom voted at that Apart from this contr llfng.cons deration,I was intelligence.Major LORING,of the Rifle,Brigade raged in Affghanistan. Thence it spread. mI'

Flu '- carried into effect, but we anticipate that some I I swear to the perfect desirous of examining 'the question pf right, has lost his arm. The heroism which led Persia. 'Early this year it appe..zredwest0f ti
separated from this restriction, to the end that Caucasian Mountains, and greatly afflicted"*
III of enterprising visitors this season will not to the misfortune will be apparent'to all from """
our the inspectors. The if the Constitution asserted a claim to territory Russian army ; and at last accounts it h.d:

III allow the matter to drop. ted, only did so when ( inconsistent with the one that was paramounton : the annexed paragraph'; '; 'v. 'jared in the parts of the Westerly side Oft'

when the ignorance of the part of Florida,, might then recommend: :I rejoice in the glorious laurels which the ,Sea of Azof, and at Kie,'THUs, Rig,Smu;

THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOK.-We have received of for your' consideration. a, removal of the obstacle -, Rifles have won. It; is, as all l acknowledge,,the Bars. Koutais, and Trebivond. Alarm Wis i?
the November number of this valuable some,explanation 'fighting;Regiment, ofthe: Army. It entered at Warsaw; where they were preparing q-

I. ; :' agricultural journal, Which contains the usual ship. Afterquietly In respect to: the merits of thiS'*question as Chupultepec simultaneously! with the storming tate The Peninsular Oriental steamers J.

number: of interesting*.articles. Among them mocratic precincts they hav presented. themselvesj;after searchingwith party.: Itwas first in all. the enemy's works tairhad been ordered to quarantine: ineoa

t4 nel adds, upon the. some, care' for, 'l formatlon which might from Chapultepec to the CitadeL It was the quence of' several cases occurring on ;boara*

I ? we notice: dent:' lead to a correct conclusion,and: thereby :reconcile first-.that; entered the city, and.f first planted its 'her lost voyage from Trebizond ConaiMtitfpie.

T Corn Culture, conibcbng'cla.lms, and ,avert the exasperation triumphant banner on the P.ilacoofthe Monte- Wilmer & Smith's-Times-noticiugrth, '
11 Cotton Seed as a fertilizer, "The outrage at Clay and strife consequent on'a' divided juris, zuraas... >Vherever bldpdy work was to be done, developments of the progress of the distal,

I 'Plan of infamous.we ever diction. between sovereign authorities, regret: .The Rifles, was, the cry, and there ,they'were.: says : .
: r:! a Cottage, not,see well how the that I am not prepared to' make such & recom- All speak of ,them in terms of probe and ad- Asin its former progress toward** ? r ,,

I ::1 Remarks on raising Horses and Mules,. otherwise than reject mendation.' 'The,,claim of Georgia rests firmly miration. Let me give you but,a. single instance. ,the years 1830 nnd 1631,. the genewlicoorsew

: Improving lands, has done so is not.less t I believe,on the treaty made between ;:.United Some of.their '.officers_and. men were, standing ,the pestilence, has been nearly due Nort '

; To desfroy Catterpillars, and independent .States and'Spain, in:1795, >hich! should;; together when, Geii.'Scott.happenedto; ride: : by. :and it seems, so far, to have travelled *t 1

: Compost Heap uphold the laws and 'be.remarked,'is concurrent: this'respect withlheConstitutiorirof ,Ch c1qng his horse ,he :returned. theirsalute,. the. same rate as on that occasion.. .. )11"I I
I under him. This this Statew I mad the shores of
; saying with great energy and emphasis,;f Bravc. !its appearance on j
1 1 .Improved Ploughs, &o, &c. tive franchise will } Without restating.thereasons/ othi8 ppin; :Rifles!'. ;Veterans!" .;You.have.,been baptised in.fire.an '.(at Riga, Dantzic and Memel,) in.the 1DOi-

i %i I We: venture to suggest that if the Cultivator and arouse against ion, 1 beg leave -espe tfull ''refer'you,,to the. & ood.a d have; come out'steel J. 'Hadyou ]Mayat'Vienna and Berlin in Au &;. ; ti.

i.1 .i would occasionally'turn its attention, to those ry fair minded voter" instructions which r were'given to:Messrs..J. H. seen the unhidaentearstealng'tothe eyes burg October. :, and reached ng1a14' II

: subjects which are more particularly connected ,, Yes,-and we say ; CouperandJ. Crawford. Cqmttussioners; l on thepaof1eorgia of these ugh;. ut.guU, .nt.spiriwhose,1ie.rts'knew : beginning of November* We'rPgret r.&! i
t mous 'outrage but : ," nd their 'report to :thisDe- no fear, and .whom4 never yet, in Iheir thattbe: '.accounts, from Berlin ned *'" .

.t : with agriculture ,in this tropical climate,. it .. ,, ? ,', : partment\'and'their correspondeice,j '1r!th/4he :long trial,.faltered;,or.fallen..back,.:while. their announce.the rapid,approach of the gw-- .

'I would considerably increase its influence' and Clay HilL" ':It was aa commissioners! pf Florida. 'Copied of these:are; :flashing eyes :and .upright; forms. : bespoke its Pola.i1dJ-, J rV : ..

./;' circulation in Florida. As it ,is' it deserves a ,from them their votes, herewith' submitted.-- [I should not omittto observe .truth"you would have; Jelt.with me'that. such .1 ; 11-,jl.fAVong .I.
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*: :' J *> fry informalities,' : that the ifoposition n de'b;the commis* "word as thqse.wipetfout.longt months;of hardships : Gen.Scott's: AdmiraWeordcri; y
: very.liberal support here,far more liberal than, I sionerVof to tbbse'bf Floriaa !that is'tqun 'city ofUexi .js' advising h-"flldier'- !
Wstihave(anticipated i : I Georgia .and suffering But ;what told still more, one ;
t-iI) the'IineeAstward tof.the', .highestfpHntTonHhe ; : .t hetaleqt_ suffering.and de\th,'.were,the deserted the nspiracy of t1evesJmurderers&lprie3ttoaMassinate'al1 [ !

-" appointed inspectors. ; 'principal branchjpf the%i. &&Driver. at'which ranks and scanty;numi>ers of that., gallant whom they c&D
%I .. A 'FrEUERTheMacon! Journal arid l\Ies-' ,but trust the last .its tributanea um"ulatV8umcientwaterto off their H&.afDJhem.w, !! ithe
', j... we a : : ;;regim ., ,Five.hundred: ; sturdymen; left Jefferson :_ guard;! '
't .J,,;,eeager," in,noticing i the arrival of Mr. CABELL will be inflicted. : ,_,The cause a ;lpermanenti-.llo'W in.if; welTMefined.; BatTackstortbe plains'of.Mexico,i jrpnehundred i 'tat of the deSerters, 'who izr"were P1"'iaiid :..
:channd-HoridV. if \tM1r. ; 'niet myppvaI and fifty-ninelxave'met uberaiid : in 'Califbrnia''which
:> in,,that'city remarks:, ,tridwhich. have foll J.- '- -' y.1
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; '>f f : ; lUlU: jth .,to. .es. how one hundredandseyntya1onkaleftttell'the : quer'ed, and which'1f\\pj forever remua%PeUmted
: '"Mr. Cabell is the young but talented gentle-, ed all.who have : .tab'11.'b' -fd" ".;. :"' '
? ene; 91..1. ** \ tale The fate of the rest youJaiow al- Stages.. ,, .4 I I1d
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i ". man'! to whom theVWhigs of:,Florida, and. of tljen"ition"nrtf it.*. ;Yes. aad.ire.d'efy. ; "':la every'- i t : .c ntr -,. ;readyi' ,Chapultepecte:blOody! ; .HiV| 'Mexico's\ ; 1
.,;; so deeplyindebted: for: his personal gained certificate Jt)y : Ten J! l idtri: iid( cI 4etc .: .G 'pM 'l! =" ,
.... ; pd : ... .... ,Capital, have'cost us ftjlhundred; noble fellows, ryland rg! :
: .<(: ', 'efforts in that,State,in two very warmly! contested tmother,,trial.four ; lDBn\4. s.-ear.''':f'''se'' ttl''l )'.':A, : 'lit'..tftIo1au.' .r. 'ihtlk seven" 6f5cersiha c felt tbatffth6xifles'were ; A ting&to-lIassachscttsf arid th.el,1aDIiF
: .. canvasses, which resulted in' hll'fiDal, triumph feel.the :weight of P ,1' ; : 9 tf..b .. may jie Doomed. tOur gallant I4orIost his i arm !:8.to one and)allittt : .. !. : ,
I :' and that of his party in the Legislature,: screened tbeyjUian i :eekritOr ):.,I Jil1 11 rlS.e, .e urlyJn the day :-Palmer; 1aasa, grape:.ljfiot inby Sin/ "A ... ,
,This gives to his friends the selection of a Uni' sion of the popularwUl :: \fromtji(4ecislonofa::judtqettbx de88taflCeits the t"hig : ne.qMrnr 'cptiiisa'vd llife' :Amek""Maryland: ; 'A hgj :

I. it t.edSt& Senatorin' place of Mr..Westcott,and upon:.the, manner in: \ J:execUtionmay(:( llw.vgrce, ,. ) ;half an inch-while,the- st1ihoslighterthetoaboutten4 chosen democratio'edvernorsj in ,,
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rio&]; TIt! NEWS.] .- : :Por Attention. State of ... r1
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the following .j twho ii, ,
proposes are indebted < 4t
FRIENDSHIP.jeq blessed with any manner to the :Td wIT. ,*' .To* .' 'roWiIoa't: '' ( STA. : 'ft
"If a Mr. Randall is a son,whom A late firm BELLOWS ,. .P3ZT2nALt : ,
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doth blend and if Mr B ?the death : SANTO1 trill ,' 'C0 tTTS7HEREAS \GUEnNa : It
the gloom which care he names Ezra, upon orEzra's please make immediate
'Ii here mother marries the daughter Mr. Al- counts tom ThomasB.' payment of: their aor Thomas 0..Holmes haa applied LJ.injzr: !. I
u our P161118 Bellows whb/
> is alone .
dfffca VyTto thi I
Conr for
before hadost Letters:of .Adminis-
his
h vord who a few years .wife authorized : !
to settle
lend the
each ray which Hope may business of the old firm. tratiottof: and singalaz 'the Goods.1 Chattels. i.
faint and who subsequently, ,by a second wife is It instant attention is this WHQtJSALI U
flotgiyent -
tear; : that notIce and Credits.rwhich were or Oratl ter 4' H
jiekeekthe bitter gushing blessed with a daughter is named Mary, it will be necessaty ; of ,

** tto& daughter Mrs. Jf( iteind.idionisbafl, and_si !i ;.
his first Randall or enjoy the bon- -GOODs'--'nRDWARE
cheer
shall us on
\0j which still THOMAS B. BELLOWS. h .
his and < lark the next of kin;creditors:&hd other persons .. .-
of companion daughter Mary r. !
1an of earth's more transient beams and society if after his death Mr. Randall takes, for his; -Jacksonville. Nov. 12th, 1847. 4t i in mter /'to' show cause bf fore me on or before CROCKYcDflU(., ; : "

ting, bid each joy be gone. third wife the former wife of his father-in-law, _. TYPE. FOUNDRY, T" the. H*!?? '(W_ flh)'&W ro. ,?December next. eisuing, : "ce1i\O.CJEUiY An ;'! ;

and if his son Ezra choose to marry the" daughter 59 Gold, corner of Ann_street,.N.'York;' why,said application ,sh6ild'not be;gmantedotherwise ;, PiOVttON 1) m. j

r there is a sacred tie of his father's third wife, Miss Mary Alvord, THE subscriber is prepared tbfufnisli hand- Letters;Administration as aforesaid -: .SUBSCRIBERS, at thesdicitationof.. .
will issue
n hetni the shatterM heart may bind, will any law, human or divine, be. broken?-' Type, and Printer's ;Materials .of all '0.Holmes, "frointhiiCourttosaid.' :: d Thomas many friends, have.,ESTABLISHED: themselves '-"* .'i
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each pang, and hush each sigh, And what.relation will Ezra be to his father, or kinds at short notice and on reasonable terms -. --' me'ai1d"" j Palat"forthi, ,purpose of doing.a generil ba. .t
seaVof Court
uJsoottc his children to his father's wife t Proprietors ofn who WITNESS' ay : : siness adapted to the wants tod convenience t\ -
'twin'd- newspapers have not.advertised ,
J gotten wreath by Friendship for the [L. S.] this 2ndd. y:of.November, 'AiDJ 1847,' 'RIVER ANIYCOUNTRypOpULA:
who
subscriber J
publishhis
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fadeless hues as biiglitly gldw A mechanic in Boston has hit may at Jdcksonville County aforesaid .
jee upon a plan of notice for three months,'Will -be entitled to. \ TION. .
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fid desolation's darkest gloom, constructing umbrellas, says the Boston Atlas, receive pay in type,. on purchasing five times Judge' Probate;WM.P.CRABTREE Duval Conner.LET .. 'W: ASK, inretumnOfCOnsignmeuts sufficient encoungea&st
which will almost ,
prevent their being stolen!- the amount of their bill II

wfo for
richest fountains advertising.Old '
jfien jay'S the above "Citation" be published oncea and .business;generally
When it is shut, the end of the handle be upoa
round us bloom. can Type taken in exchange for new at 9 eta: week for six'weeks*in some Newspaper. which liberal advances will be made f"-'l
bid new pleasures unscrewed, taken off, and put into the pocket per lb. printed : < ).
and, in taking it off, it locks the umbrella in this county, if any, If not in.some, Newfr' Xur supplies are.direci from New.York,Trar-. .i j
tf fairest flowers deck our way that it so 13.The Type with. which the "NEWS" ,is paper printed in some adjoining county or.State. ranted,'and will be sold at .
: cannot be opened. So if a thief should printed was cast at this establishment. .
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to mourn, State.WALF.CRABTBEX JLEtiUCEI pEICE& FOR CASK ORTRAtiE.
{ To teach the heart to cease steal of them he find *
one would that he has r J
ROBERT ,
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they, of Probate;D..,0.,5th :
beams of Hope as bright as one with the end of the handle and November :
. jsJ gone, moreover 12th 1847. 3m. .
Jacksonville NOT. :1847. 6w'U DErcluinge Drafts, f&fagte eatd sold.R.R. .,
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, flume the Fancy's horizon; that he could not use it, for he would 'be '' Ii
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: blight each rose, unable to open it. Neither could he sell it, for Tax Collector's Sale. ; S. Marshal's Sale.' -- < j ;
*sorrow frosts any keener barb, he would hardly be able to find a purchaser for ON Monday the eighth day of May next A.. virtue of a writ of'Fieri. Faci issued ':- eeaH- .
ind lend each thorn a D., 1848 between the usual hours of sale BY The (oU.wlaj.priseIiiagflprIpciisl. .
an imperfect one. Thus it will be perceived out of the United States District Court ,
skies At er'oing's close on that day will be sold for the State Q f their Blocks 'd
and County
nile Fncjs that this invention is all but a preventive to umbrella for the Northern. P.ist.rict.or Florida, wherein A '
'neath tempest's garb. taxes, so much.of the following named tractsof : BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT _
$0d cv'ry charm stealing, incredible as it may seem. Josiah Gates Plaintiff, and Cornelius Taylor
land as will pay the same and all necessary Defendantr-I-have,levied, ,uponand shall on colored Muslins, Ginghams, French,English'

ret fifle such joys sink in decay, Alphabets.-The English Alphabet contains expenses, viz: Lot No. 11, Sec. 31? Township 1, the first Monday m?November next, between and American' prints of the mos" ''recent style,

jjlflope'-s deluding dreams depart, 26 letters; the French contains 25; the Hebrew, South, Range 272;-and Lot No. .6, Sec. 32, the hours often, am.;and'two, p. m. of that and,every vaetyofiaijty. CTbth CdteU

sheds undimM its ray Chaldee, Syriac, and Samaritan 22.each; the same Township and Range;-all which is supposed day, expose at public sale, in front of the Court meres, Gambrboris"of' ,arid VestinglngT' tvariefy.! .
Friendship consisting: English French and American
Arabic, 28; the Persian 31;. the Turkish 33 the to belong to Simeon Rouse, and lies within House in. the City of Jacksonville All the .
cheer the sad and we lry heart, ; I the County of Duvul. Three taxes Broadcloths.and cassimeres. French.,and EDg-
10 Georgian 36; the Coptic 32; the Muscovite 43 years7 right, title and interest which the said Cornelius *
; fish Merin for Dress roats and PantsL .
fjttia: whose depths its holy light the Greek 24; the Latin 22; the Sclavonic 25:the are due on the above lands. Taylor had on the 10th of May. 1843, in and GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING 'DEPARTMENT. !

Still mirrors those whom Fate divides Dutch 2G; the Spanish 27; the Italian 20; the T110S. LEDWITH, to the following. tracts of land, vizA :-. .
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Ethiopian and Tartarian Ex-Offlcio Tax Collector D, C. tract the St. j River ,the .
of each 202; the Indianof on k' near.
star night
the highest ; A FULL
la ss Bengal 21; the Burmese 19; the Chinese have Jacksonville, Nov. 12th, 1847.Adlninlst.ontor's mouth of said river. called the Pablo Tract of ASSORTMENT. j
Siines deepest t in the ghssy tide. : Duval 01 ready made clothing of the latest style and-'
properly) speaking, no alphabet, except we call Notice.T10 hnd, situated in County State of Florida I
bler.ds their whole language by that nlml'-their let- ALL and bounded on the North by the St. John's of the best material such as Dress, Frock and' _
flnvcr Creditors Legatees and entitled -
jjjasthe grateful ters rcords. persons River the East Sherman's I; Sack coats Jackets, Pants and Vests Linen and' .
are or rather hieroglyphics amounting distribution in of ,on by Creek running .
to the Estate
]Its sweetness with night's dewy tears to 80000. I Pickitt deceased with the meanders of said Creek to King's Road, i cotton shirts silk, linen arid cotton d ';. ,

flenon the sunbeam they ascend, I Seymour Given That administration, Notice on the is estate Hereby of thence along said road, to lands of Lewis :Mat- Collars, a beautiful assortment or Neck ithcks) .

Thus linking earth with brighter spheres, A Decision.-It was recently decided by the said decedent was granted on the 23d day of tair; on the West by the St. John's river, ties and handkerchiefs'of almost every variety"of _
Gibson thence with the river to the of style and quality, suspenders of all kinds
Circuit running ,
Court in place
Indiana that an advertisement -
fen BO the heart where Friendship burns January, 1847, by the Judge Probates for the this tract to of 'scarfs,linen cambric handkerchiefs. : .
for the beginning conforming a plat
apprehension of ;
a runaway County Duval State of Florida and that their
f ten all its ties on earth are riven, slave is sufficient authority for any one to arrest -, claims and demands, will be barred at the end survey made by Z. C. Gibbs, on. file inlhe St. BRITANNIA TIN AND WOODEN '. :,

Jowris the skies for refuge turns him in a free State, and take him to his' of two from the day of granting said Let- Johns' Circuit Court, under a decree of parti- WARE. .
years tion 'made the St Johns' in Teakettles, coffee and tea pots, mugs and spittoons -, r
master. The by Superior Court
And on Love's wings is borne to Heaven. person who arrests the slave is ters Administration,unless filed aud made to ,
lamp feeders, ,buckets .!
1827 and about six hundred pans basins pails
presumed to be the the containing acres.Also
agent of and the '
owner within that time. Of which all
FRANK.Jjcksonvillc.
latter has a right, either in person or by authorized concerned appear will take notice. persons ,a tract of land, known as the Forbes Tract, foot tubs dusting pans, measures, wash kettles/ :

Nov. 12th. 1S47. agents to seize upon his slave and take JAMES A. PICKITT bounded on the South by lands, belonging to funnels, spice boxes lamps, graters, lanterns,: 1

---- -- him.1 Lewis Mattairon, iheWest by the King's Roadonthe muffin rings, tumblers, drainers, dippers, shaving \
Adm'r. of S.Pickitt deceased.Jacksonville '
Tie Heirs of Kosciusko.-Washington letters North by the North fork of Sherman's boxes large and small wooden tubs trays, '**-

enounce that the Hon. Beverly Johnson and Mrs Quirk, in one of her sentimental and se- November 12th,1847. 8w Creek, to the mouth thereof, and from the and bowls willow wagons and cradles keel era," :

ILijor Tochman filed a petition last week in the mi-poetic moments, dashed off the following, Levy County SherifPs Sale. mouth of said Creek to the mouth of an Inlet of clothes and pins, mats handled baskets brass Ii! .

fcptui's Court of the District praying that which we have just received by mail:-Albany Sale first Monday in February next, 1848. the sea, about one mile South of the St Johns''I and iron wire. sieves whips, brooms washboardS -' I

ftrJur proceedings be taken upon the former' Excliangc. WILL be sold on the first Monday in Feb Light House,and on the East by the sea beach I chairs, tables and stools, .and watering.:". .oil

jdtion which M-ijor T. filed in that Court in POf- Jry. next between the hours of 10 & to the place of beginning, and conforming to a I'' pots-constituting a very complete assortment. ." .J

imry last-:in>l that Col. George Bomford, 'The fallin' Leef and whist1in' Wind 2 o'clock, at the house of Enoch Daniel's; the following plat of survey made by Joshua A.Coffee, on file HARDWARE AND CORDAGE. -

tianistrator d? bonis non of Kosciuskos estate, Pro Duces in me sensajive Mind, Lot of land360 acres third rate in the Duval Circuit Court, under a decree of Table and pocket knives almost every variety. .1-1

k ordered to show cause why he should not Effeks eye Kant in Words, X-Press., land, or so much of said land as will satisfy the I partition of the Duval County Court in 1839, 1 of pattern, butcher, shoe and oyster knives,.* jfjfj f

6Jr.n ute the funds of the estate amongst the Butt mitey strong, Nev Er The Less!" Taxes due for the same, for the year 1847, in- and confirmed by the Circuit Court of the steel razors scizzors, tea anti table spoons. |ij]

sit of kin of l en. Kosciusko. The prayer was cluding all costs and charges. Said lands are County of Duval,at the May Term 1847-con- shovel and tongs, brass andirons, buts
pjwi and the parries have to appear on the Among the foreign obituaries, is one of Hon. situated near Clay Landing on the Suwanee taming about one thousand seven hundred and brass copper and clout nails tacks and, ''l'

84 Angtist next. The estate Imounts to Sir J. B. Bos.mquet the celebrated Lawyer, River, and owned by James Herron. sixteen acres-each tract being- part of'the brads, rasps and files in great variety. Carpen- .-.>,-

draturover OOOO, which fi\"e or six thou- for many years one of the Judges of the Common ROBERT WATERSTON, Grant made by the Spanish Government to Andrew ; ters' Tools, Door trimmings and locks pad and |

*si hrein stoci, the residue i is in cash. Estko Pleas, who died on the 2Gth September, in Sheriff, L. C.Nov. Dewees, on the 3rd day of September,.! chest locks, cupboard and trunk locks, axes, <;'$.

idZollowids, the grand children of two sis- the seventh-fifth year of his age. 2ch, 1847. 1791, and confirmed to. his widow and heirs, on '. shovels and spades, largeand small hoes hooks .
__
tej of General Hosiiiusco are the only dis SherifPs the 4th day of May, 1804-flaid tracts include and hinges, dog collars and chains sad irons f.1
Sale.
Levy Comity
-
tributees. ------- in the town of Hazzard, the steam sawmill, on the coffee millS iron and steel squares, brass candlesticks : .
Uarridr: Sale first Monday February next 1848.. .
sold the first beach, and the scite 'on'which the St Johns' bridle hItS;buckles and stirrups percussion \
be on Monday in Feb
A&TaR-e Rvmovr.There are some people In Jacksonville, on Monday evening, the 8th WILL between Light H use stands. caps, sporting powder, trying_squares,
next the hours of 10 &
inMlia who, notwithstanding the O'Connell just, by the Rev.Mr.MCDONALD Mr. WILLIAMC. 2 dclock at the house, of Enoch Daniel's the ROBERT MYERS, Marshal, spokeshaves, rules gimblets nobs brass buttons jy;
doubts that O'Connell isM ,.drawing knives pinchers horsecards and :
fiE. entertain By his Deputy, G. HUMPHKETS. It
.
WEST, to Miss MARIA L. EUBANK all of following Lot of land :-160 acres of first .rate
; n.\some al most believe that having U. S. Marshal's Office curry combs a general assortment of brushes, .
esI I land
expei tarn the troubles which prevail in Ire- this place. the Tax, or so much the of said land, aa will satisfy St. Augustine.Sepi 17, 1847. } bellows bed cords, tarred and hemp rope seine &t"
due
on same for the 1847 in- &
Untta is enjoying himself at a villa on the ---- eluding costs and charges., Said year lands,are N. B.-The reservation of four acres1Dclnding and net twine sail twine, clothes line',:fbh'lines. ,'.1 I

Lake of Coma The story runs that a letter OBITUARY. situated the Light House,'will first be offered for and.hooks. : 1
on theVaca8S3.SSa. River about
has been receive from Milan that Departed this life the. 24th nIt TALLU- twenty'nilles DRUGS AND MEDICINES.A .
a rollicking on from its mouth, and owned by Edmund sale, .as above, and the.;. remainder in separate '
strtr portly dimensions, leering eyes, and LAH GERTRUDE YOUNG, aged 5 years and Schriver. ROBERT WATERSTON tracts made known on the day and at the placeof good assortment of drugs and medicines,consisting *

huge black monstachios, evidently false, has 4 months.-the eldest daughter of'Mary S. aLd sale. of a great variety of articles in.the line..
Sheriff L. C.
Iiflerij] appeared in the vicinity of the Villa William H.Hickman, Marion County, Florida. Nov. J 2th 1847. 17 The above sale is postponed until the' G--Ji Q CJ m Jr mOl''

, dTste lie goes by the name of Don Diego de The first Monday in December next. Nov 5SIX TEA i
rose-bud fades in
Tonnes and for nobleman. early bloom Levy County Sheriffs Sale. Young hyson old da
passes a Spanish a And yields its fragile form to death NOTICE. Twankay, Gunpowder. l
I character for which his external appearance But Sale first Monday in February next, 1848. WEEKS after the undersigned Imperial Bohea, Pouchong, Souchong. I
even then a sweet date
perfume be sold the first -
in Feb
mi manners: seem but indifferently i qualified.InDublin. .- WILL on Monday SUGARS &c.
Distils willapply to the Hon.Judge'of Probate for
! the breath.
\ it 5 thought tht possibly this gentleman upon morning next, between the hours of 10 & the county of Benton, for Letters of Administration Refined loaf, crushed do, .Muscovado, (bright,)

! nuj a iv?a I i much right to the prefix of E'en thus Tallulah's gentle form 2 o'clock, at the house of Enoch Daniel's, the on the estate of, G. S. I .intz late 'Twiggs' Liquoric paste rock candy, West India.Molas-_
Dun of Don. following Lot of Land151 acres of first rate Havana
as see honey. "
I Paled prematurely to her doom, land or so much of said land as will satisfy .the ocunty. Georgia,'deceased. COFFEE, &c. .:.
And like the rose before the storm WILLIAM S. SPENCER.
Oas of the letters the deser- Tax due on the same for the 1847 including Java do. Ground mocha chocolate and
I army s-iys Ililey She blushing, bunk into the tomb. C. year Fort Dade, Fla., Oct. 29 1847. 6w green, "
: tsreceivei the whipping part of his punish- all costs'and charges. Said lands are situated I prepared cocoa -
, t't from the h in is of a Mexican muleteer on the Gulf near the mouth of the Wacas' I Notice, CANDLE9.r. : '.

GnTwI3 dtfeminj it too much honor for him Died, at Enterprise, Orange County, Florida, sassa River, aiuI owned by John W. C. Loud. ; IS hereby given.that the undersigned has taken Common 'sperm and tallow, and wick. :.. w
the
on evening of Sunday October 31st of in- .
,
obeoeI by American soldier. ROBERT WATERSTON, letters Testamentary on. the estate of I SOAP. I-" J
flamition of the brain, M. De FELLENBURG, Laborom Burnett deceased,late fHillsbo ugh -
Sheriff L. C. white dc and
--- Shaving variegated
scented
,
& jn of Harriet C. and Dr. Andrew Stone at the and State of Florida. All .indebted .
itor Dixon H. Lewis of Alab.imi in anETto Nov. 12th, 1847. county persons brown.. '
inquiries. sys he i is committed to no age of 4 years and 6 months. to the said estate, are requested to make r TOBACCO. :.

for the presidency and that he rose from Ths afflicted pircnts of the deceased had emigrated SherifPs Sale. immediate payment; and all those having claims Plug 16 and 18s. cavendish ladies'"
; Y virtue of writ of Fieri Facias issued twist paper
from Indiana this a ,
to State and had
*sekbc&! arrived B the are notified to them
against present
.
r.gainst the earnest remonstrance oi'wjtlysician. in Bust Florida but few from the Circuit Court of the Eastern same ,tobacco, macaboy snuff, scotch-do, regalia,
to vote in favor of the three mil- a dais.before duly authenticated for settlement. The said es.tate la and other brands
moya
principe norma
Circuit of the State of Florida holden for the ,
.
Boa Ml. heir child was called from them. It is a severe is supposed to be solvent. ..
.lispensation of Providence which strikes down county of Alachua and Levy in said State, di- .". MARY BURNETT, Executrix. and common segars. .

Tht Was'onIonurjt.The;- in the family of the stronger those who can: rected to all and every the Sheriffs of the State Tampa, Oct. 29 1847. 8w sardines. FISH.Herrings
,
New York salmon mackerel and cod.
,
of} date the 5th June
of
done enliven his hours and adver- 'lorhlay" bearing on day .
Papers state th it th? procession in that city on sity. hardship W. A.D, 1847, Will be sold on Monday the 6th day Circuit Court. -, ".:.WINES' LIQ.170RS, &, .

h s4ij on the o.c.iVion of Lying the corner .- of December next, within legal hours of sale, EASTERN. CIRCUIT: FLORIDA* Ii? AND. FOR Brandy Otard,.Dnpuy ,& ca. do. Bordeaux Jamaica -_

I toneofthe iVihiijruu M inninfut wa a very --- -- in front of the Court House, in the Town of. COLUMBIA COUNTY. spirits, old Ration rum, do''to 4 proof

owm? ons. Th V.one w is "nil by Governor Passengers, Newnansville, in the county of Alachua in said Sarah Hunter, ) In Chancery. Holland and Schiedau gin, Whiskey Scotch do.

TOg. as {(a fine article,) r1Yinil Howard. [Marsh.
in
tjJp; Was delivered by Judge Samuel November 6th.-Mrs. Starrat, Mrs. Oliveros, aged about 30 years. Levied upon as the property Elijah Hunter, j .Bill for\ Divorce. & co7vdo.. Pale and.

2 Miss StarratMiss, OHveros,J Martin and Lady, of the estate of Francis R. Sanchez deed. IT having been made,to ;appear the'sa.tis- Bro".. nu1f Gordon &.co, Sherry. Port, Chan-. t
i faction of the Courtthat Elijah Hunter, pa .nOck"s 'rklinVin 1832, Bordeaux
and sold to satisfy said writ, in which SamuelL. .
{GvTosi!! ff a Rtiffl-m; Print'.-Whilst the i Messrs F Grice, J H Stark,.Hilton: Dow, and 3 .Burritt is Plaintiff,and John Sanchez, Administrator the Defendant the above named cause- resides Vinegar,London Porter in quarts arid pints.'

IUtfid States bip pvin--on was at Gibraltar deck. of the estate of F. R. Sanchez deed out of the State of Florida. and beyond the PICKLES SAUCES "fy.- _
,
.
f1lll'h. .!Jrin'., 11'.ufr.! of Russ ia. visited Per U. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgce, from Sa- is defendant Property pointed ott''by .John jurisdiction of this Court,. On motion ,of Washington Aiortedinha1tgaUoug1assjarsdoin bottles' ,

'( (Io!- ,:;'j ji ,l itewts: fired. One vanuan, November *7th.-Mrs Pretssley, Mrs J. Sanchez, administrator of siid estate. M. Ives, Esqr, Solicitor' for the complainant capers olives,:mushroom catsups, tomato do,
fh cans TTK t 1J"f"1l'lrt'1y discharged, and THOS. C. ELLIS Sheriff. '. fislsauce assorted kinds pepper eauceStough.
TJomns Holmes Mrs Thomas and.2 children Mrs Dickinson : t l' 'bitterS lemon or lemons'lIme
!innis. l E ::m:tD. of both Newnansville E. F.'.Nov. Sth'47. '- 5ms It Ordered i ThLt the" 'saidElijahHunter: 8yr pjsugar
1n Cot: Kobert: Wii; ii;, Governor Gibral- Miss Wheeler,Miss Barr, Miss Kirk,Miss be required to appear to the complainants bill of juice, West India pres yes;,lad,oil,'anchot

rasBMa.-is hehaard of the act, very gener- Corigdon Miss Hewitt Miss Vaughan, Miss Lewis Tax Collector's Sale. complaint! ,; within'four monthsora'Divorce pro vies. ,'

",wsiy proffered the hospital at that phce for Penkham Messrs It W S T O N Monday the 7th-day of February-'next, confesso will be. taken against lan..AM t ; OILS. r '= ; ,

rtts tl\llorth? icjar mrln which offer Miss Cong en, ((1848)) between the usual hours of sale f it'.is further,'Ordered, That: copof.thlSOrder Fall and Winter 'strained"sperm refined,:

wpronptiyiCCpfei. Prince DemHoff also Thomas, B A Waithall, II F Vaughan, W Lewis, on that day, Will be sold for the State and duly:certl1iad by!tho.Clerk'ot; this.Court, unrefined. wh'ale.. t&1inCIS< ..'train, linseed. .,

I- JI1 'erJ honor.ble m\nn r. After be- RJ Summerell, Dickenson, \V Webb and child, County Taxes,'so:.much,of_the following named be published in some-Newspaper printed within .fbot" an olive.'-' >..

.beg ntormed that the unfortunate man would Stavens, L H Burritt, Dr Wurdeman, Dr Swan trJ.cts.of Land, as will p.\yt1.e: samo. d'all\e- the ;Eastern, Circuit ..of.'Florida., :once a:weekconsecutively 'ft fflSCELtiANEOUS.Rice :

taken *** of by the United States Govern-' 'cessary expenses, viz:],7_50 acres of.land,,belonging ibr foiirznonths. pot:barley, oat ;riiealj.J aluia, copperas,.

ufh*naonnced Us intention to settle on and 2 deck. to Antonio Alvarez;. 150 acres belonging to :; s ,THp:;DOUGLAS Judge. Pipe cbv. Spanish float Indigo'fig blne'Lont.don -f

an annuity of SSO.-Balt. American. Per u/: 8. Mail St. Matthews, .Luce .from Janttes A. Bardin ;.'500 acresjbelonging ;to( Mrs.Mary .' Clerks'Office, 'Circuit:Court,' :t starch,',WbiJi.'A1-,' Liquid..,blacking:, pints'and ?. <

Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee Nov. 18th,- Ann Davis ;r 83 acres belonging to Samueljrimski -. :ti. "1Coiib9unty. ,) quarts paste,in tin cases. ..Shoeand.scrubbing

N f***** in hviThis -State fourteen 'Mrs McNeil Mrs Fernandez and 2 children ( ; 340 acres returned byJ.Linie1S.Gard.: Jj;'.STiRmo'ScARBORpUGH,"Cler' of said_ Court,; brushes,.corn brooms whisk., pipes, Gennaa I

ear Was the h itation its ori, na1.1n- ,- iner;, 4000 acres bel nging.to: Moses !jLevy;. do'.hereby. rtirl.t e above to\4be'a{ :true copy pipe s-night lights, door matsj percussion f'capat \
(u 1 ,0:11 It: of Mrs Gunby, Mrs Holt, Dr. Holt Messrs, B El. 31 acres retttrn dbi.C JScboepbeista.agent of an,Order duly.madeand entered of. Record Gunpowder,camphor,castile'soap, .epsom salts,

fun COIU1 l) thousand, n3Wnia and a population sixteen of wood, S .Qua ttlel1um, S E Muse-M, J Kunt,'E for. child j. and'8Q, cres ret&rnedjas belonging -" in the''above' entitled causeL-' ,'Ton the. '25dIdayof gum arabic, oil peppermint,:and .flour.sulphuTj ; !j jAlcoho

'1aper.of which *, supports Hall and Master Holt. to Alfred Taylor;;All which/land. M., ,October'-Ai.Di847 '. .: .:. borax refined. arid 'crude,. 'window glass i>.
hig, One six: are Democratic, seventral within the county.of DuvaL. ,. '. .' : :r' :h-Wmw; W i ii.,1;,hive,,.hereunto -' of all- es-&nd qualities,:white :lead,',dry snioil |]

one Religious and one Age i'IAUINE' 'rEL'LIUENCE. THOS. fLEDWITH: Sheriff, r"a.. {; ., set my"hand' ,"and caused the, seal of ,' tchrome .green." .arid yeUow. ,ochre,',"paint' -. \

Ex-officio'Tax Collector, B>C.!: [L.. '.5.];sait! Court.to be hereunto' annexed.,*this' bruiUsiz. ::; s, labIa nutoe m ce, **

? e.eo.tt Crop.-.The Concordia Intellien PORT, OF JACKSONVILLE, NQV: 12. .Jacksonville Nov i 5th,'1847.. V- /: ;; : '25th! day of OctobefA.D.; '1847,./\ .' cloves, Pimento. t' 'Mnglas\ essence'tifirose.pepperminti :

igia .' ". ': ._ : aSCARBpROUGfi,. CJlerk. ; *< wm ergreen.; emODj lontoj antibergamotcinnamoufrictiuii
.
,
Sale.
6 frecent Accounts of the 1 ickn J. Tax-.Collector's- : ( .., :
:t:3oth;: j Its own neighborhood and'the At- ARRIVED. 'O'Y Monday} the 8th.day.of May: next,',((1848)). .::,ncti29., .. -.1" 4rn.: 1,:,', ammo f Cashing:"m.aidies,London oarbontate ,

.. tchanges its calculations to a hightuau ,7th.-Scbr.Magnolia: Hall 'New,.York .bet.ween.the'usual. :"hoars sale'on that _' ]_ Sheriff's<.J sale... L. mustard lTistre,8< : do
H Will be ,sold 'forjthe'.StateJ-and,County yIrtue9f&wrif. fi.--.fe- .issued tof caenne p r. powderednutmieg, 'i
marked a fortnight since.. That 'd3y; ;
Nov.6th,-,-Steamer Wm.Ga.s quo
110"sets the present down at not fax Taxed, Wmuch of the" .f llingam4:.'tracts Superior Court for the District of East *-*4' j '* *' 4
crop 24 hours from Savannah to Holmes 4t Merchandize 1 P- ,
1oIt co.- .
coarse. : '
.
2,200,000 will sameand ajl r.th ounty.of: Du aJJ.\v t '
tida'f
baIes Qr.l landj:as, paythe ; necessary J a1. '1.
to.W,Hilton, Holmes&co. <. expefists,;TJZ: .lOOOirof'la'v1.: ::bi the, St.'John's to public sAle,in front of th.e Court House in the,: ndwhite, pans- ,white. ,', r.pni \ rnvene-
Th'e N ;Nov 7th.-7steamer Qcam.ulgee, Chase, Savannah : tianred aand, paper ce.,,.aton, !, t.1., roM
.
York wverl"known asthje BayardS'ractj; andbeloijgmg T9wn"OrJnckspn\jlle 'int'.said: (untyJoiithe : ? ; .
Commercial Advrtbersal : ., ,.
L. from Cork: assert that '11 n thousand i ,,via Darien, Brunswick. ," S :Marys,,, &'&, to io bLclinchr28..2.acree:; : ; of, land on firstTtforidayfiri.Octobesriex%,between.jUbTe legal 1 ftJ-Wjjpop:. 'Wi /. ig wonOttstone -

}eaOtit III that district alone have been}avi: 'Fernandez.nlSb 3'i; v, 'v theTBt John's 'RiverJ knbwn'as the,St: 'Josephs hours.of sale on that day,certain negro female 1 ,ivory blackgim shellac t.igbcm $ ,
'
_O 4eah ...November lOtby Steamer, -St",, .Matthews, 'and chfld taken pear werat 9
by starvation, by the timely succor Tract, arid belbngirig.Vtothelestate l of.Raters' slave called CJoloj her. deorge, ;J : *
'Merchandize ttttffalcohol
& toM .taricraci suuffcck
..'_ ght ut.b. ,the.Mcedoiian. Luce; to Fernandez Bisbee. i Smith d 500'acres of 1iinntheSt i execution JUH Ibe,property pf:'JosepH B.XanVto '. ginger2n&cobOy .' \0".. ,
.
t jft. bath hricdered
S Donaldson JF &Bisbee. ,
.- '. oremanj.F_ er. hiiowtfaa UielHuUffractreturted cisLO At1ityjiicxeciit1oriin': fA .Gould ,starchy liquorice ballj ,

Aahb Ile.or he London' letters state that Lord *', LEAREI; v 'Patnaii'as agent for'Hull;;'1200 cresrBar.IaridT 'i .B1 -"t'" .";' __ 'mO&... LEnW1. ; -;. gingesjoot, olive 'cil iaibjb\tlea .

b.Rrton:Sold out 500.000, in the funds to .; Oct 2Sth.--Brig Sophia,-:Wyinan, Portland! 9-it."ig to E.p: hi & iSbn'JI390' res'be1ong.indlTodd ;, I-.,- ". nT1s47.... ., ,1Eh'criftke.I ,... (. $
. .., Jf .Wnit1.q tJt
loQel1 ted.bF I -'i !'
New
:.- g& -Nov.. 1st Schr. Hope Mitchell yprk.Cth. ingtb. ( ;',.!e't' or- f"' Thve.. 1t'1iii"C..1(tote .

' Sozae ; .": .-BrfeSusan InCTAhimiBlackintori J'. Varda: agent;lOOO'acr: belpnginiioEPp"IP.diSon ].'t M ondayJn'N vember. >. ext; *','pct S1jbi :' '' 4.fr. .ft ,'. '. 1.. .1'3"4' -
** Of aad i
C ? shelf tmcy
) 1S spend other :people's.jnoney N. wT; z1i ; r turned ,,11 "oun'King,senr;'agenil1jVw ,aboyisale' 15,, poemtU. the .

'\ llbyhich&ter; being;the only, .Yf yj.as a';wag. .Ifpv. 10th.-Steamisr'St.' 'Mafthewsjltuce, Sa- 2$4 cS')ii : : Cornelitts:Taylbrf !A11theablve'larid MMoida De. m.be. nex .: H. N T.5: '. : wocd.1'fihard1fan.. '' :' ..,9.1N._ .i tLMML.'A'7' ,

: theJjqtjjgte their. deb. "varinaE.-'Jj ;5*' #- "'* ". : beinl ithin' heieourit I* ."-;. :): '.," ..,) -, -> -' !
HT'- ,
... \ < ; < 'J&'O. }bA ASSORfMgKll i
'Nov;6tL Wm. Gastbri MendelL"f >-8avnnnab.; Tat : ..THOSlFn\VJT Si&iff'id) :' t mi''ij 1B )Jl 3E1H.lli1tN'G't _" .
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. : centlT defined taustachWti'be' the \:.. .;:'fH&. .+Steamer. .';.,ka1iU1e. ",/,Cbie. ., Sa.nyth. .. : -: 1' '. : ":.Ex.om io'T' **COU t r. 1;d ,; "j .t.1.J' 'itl-... ,...O'E"IIBJnIO'".: .','' -- .-, t.I crockery'coaplete- .J'. seta'O CgrI4 'T'iI 04. ":>;.. .
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: i rID\;! EASTERN CIRCUIT OF,,FLORIDA. I TO THE: CITIZEN8:0F.SOUTHP4Bo.: ?':RIEF.QNLY.: ; : : : ,: .> is tion required otth to establish thjfoo* &T!' t' '

COuNTY LWA GEORGIA ALABAMA. MISSISSIPPI .. t'gIster'&ndB.eC&lftirolJ'_ .,
:, f COUIMBU TO WIT: ,v.i Land Offie and "
4I December T Tm.1.1847.' : 'TEN'IESSEE FLpRWA.LOUISIANA ., : makepqm; a'\h
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York. .
No.'50 Cedar Street New <
p1f1 ,$
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tf :. \ Isaac P. Hardee and,Robert 1 fa :, ,' f '- 'i: '. : the.day appointed
J'n. Hard erniaiits and .Attachment: 'LLOW.ME to call' attentiozi to one of roz ti1tt
. i part- 4 yoTu1, :J1mll"J11lJJDSN' public sale of the i
\ : ners, trading under the name, Sum,sworn to, .tj ., the greatest n d,,most useful. medicines > :ei mmmiCL claimed Utbraeij)

J ,,t-i. ityle and firm of, L P.;'& B. H.' $154 06 ever discovered It is not my intention to tax ( TE\'LEE1. "_JUDSON,) I :BY THE'PRESIDENT THE" ; otherwise ;Inch IID e1a18 win k .;'

.; ar."* Hardee Bond filed for you with a long and tiresome 'advertisementbut .., Occupy the sPa iouS"FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE UNITED STATES. ftJSssS**M.YOIJRe: -

./ vs. $308 12 I lay before you the testimony of,the most No.:56 CEDAR STREET the WHOLKpf : d LJ*.
,
: : 4. Nickabud Raulerson. J respectable families in the United States, mostif which'is'devoted/to the exhibition-. 'and. :,saleotjtie ", In pursuance of four, I, JAMES' 'EL ,"_- ; r- "- ': 13I_'' t.. ,:

I; I.t :, THE.D' fendant and all others interested are my certificates,are from the.city'of,Savannah,: ,Single'Article r.'" :... : _: POLK, ,'President 1 notified of the commencement, oft where reside and from 'own State' lre.I.
r by
\ many your America do declare and make EASTERN
,''clf;, t the above entitled suit by ctmellt returnable .where the Medicine is used with great.and as?' p- R I'NiTE D .CAiiaOESv: hereby' COLUMBIA 0? PLOj.-. '!
jal swill be held '
, .. it. to December Term of said Court, to wit tonishing success ; it has proved itself to be su 1 Their: present Stock_ consists.of, nearlyOne known, that public. Josiah, T., COVNTY 2

"' Vi;:;; the third Monday in December next, and are :, perior to any other Medicine for the cure'of, :Thousand:Packages, at,the,undermentioned :Land Offices;mthe Be. ; BiU :

:;f /c: required to appear and plead to the declaration Fever and Ague which it will 'do.in'the"very : different: STATE OF FLORIDA, at the :periods John W. C.Loud & Henry of CoBffiUt- ., 1
Embracing some :THOUSANDS 'j
: therein-filed according to law. short Twelve Hours it has never been '
space mentioned wit
J.'tft hereinafter to : R.
t'r patterns and-colorings, ;and comprising everything Saddler, and John ,h' _
: W. M. WES Plaintiff's Attorney.- known to fail to effect a certain cure. The j 1
Lewis. '
id'OfficeatST'AUGUSTnq commehijingra
'
l 4m Medicine is'a. harmless and tasteless desirable in the line, FOREIGN and .
: Alligator, E. F, July 30th, 1847. a one, of February .TT
seventh
the
: day having

,' DOMESTIC' ,;I ,, b
t.f which:will make it the most popular' Medicinein metap.tt-
the Southern States. The Medicine. ; All of which are offered for sale for cash/'orI 'next, for:the disposal 'thepublic; landswithin A tion of :;.

; t Administrator's Notice. tains mineral preparation whatever but"con is I satisfactory credit'at theLOWES'TPRICLS' the und rmentioned- townships and part Lewis, one of the above named !
no a
j /4t< MONTHS after date I shall make app!! harmless matter To Planters, by the i .of townships,;viz: aides out of the State.of and .In ?

' 4 1 /t' SIX to the Honorable Judge of Probate this Medicine Vegetable is a valuable only.preparation, as it, PIECE OR PACKAGE. i South>of .the,base line and east of the principalmeridian. the jurisdiction of'this .d ne1 fa S

: 1/ for the County of Alachua for a final settlement are, city of Savanilab, in the '
cures all cases in twelve hours, and does not New Styles received almost: every day'and ; -
\, J =: of accounts and vouchers as Administratorof Fractional township twenty, of range thirtyone. Therefore, motion of Charles P.Coopfc gT
r- my require any time to be lost; all that is to be many of them are got up for our own sales J
i ', the estate of Joshua Miller late of said..couniy. Solicitor for the Complainant, -
done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. and not to be found elsewhere. ,
:i1 .' r deceased. To the Rice Planter it is a valuablt Medicine p'Printed lists,"of prices! ,. corrected from Townships fifty-six (except section six, ser- It is Ordered. That the said,John letfru'
; :. JOSIAH SEK1NGER Adm'r. mineralpreparation ven,eighteen.nin.eteen thIrty'and thirty-one,) and he is hert, required, to 2
I as it does not contain any mercurial or day.to day, with every variation in the market, appear tad
. L\ : August 20th, 1847. 6m and fifty-seven; and sections one, twO three swer the said Bill of Complainit' '
I
' : whatever, and is' therefore a safe are placed in,the hands buyers. fe
.0.". ..'I'., Medicine for those who are liable to exposure.I Merchants will be .able to form some idea of fourfive, six, s'evenj(eight,nine, ten eleven. fifteen months, or the same will be- takes M ecnJWagainsthim. I

tt'I, f Administrator's Notice. beg you, do not let me have to tax you so the'extent d variety of pur assortment,when seventeen, eighteen, :nineteen, twenty, .

t tJ IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all credit often with advertisements, ctrtificates &c. It westate/that the value of 'our usual stock of twenty-one, and twenty-two township fifty- And.it further Ordered, That ft copy of 04

'J'f' ; NOTICE legatees, and persons entitled to distribution has already proved itself to bt what I say it is, this ONE ARTICLE, is,at least twice the value of eight trange thirty-eight duly ceifie by the Cek' fWc

i j: t : t in the estate of Felix Ortis, late of 'I I and the greatest proof is every body is.recommending the entire stock of, dry''I goods usually kept by Townships fifty-five fifty-six (except sectionone for the Cunt ator be

Hillsborough county, deceased, that unless they : it to be the only certain and speedy our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together ,) and .fifty-seven (except sections twenty- .the Eastera Qr

::1 t f f: exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit I cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to with the fact that our 'me ns'and our, five twenty-six, twenty-seven- twenty-eight, of Forid 'ce a week cetTelt fcr_. '

.t t 'i them with me for payment within the time prescribed .I do is to 'ask ,your neighbor what he thinks of attention,instead of being divided among a vast twenty-nine thirt-rou1'thirty thirty-one thirty-two, [Sige

;t, .t i by law, from the second day of March, Bumphreys' Remedy for Fever and,Ague, and variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE thirty-three, ,thirty-five and thirty- DUGLS la

1. .F > A. D. 1847, they will be fbrever barred. And of course, to be convinced, you will try it; at will render the advantages whichwe, can offer'to six,) of range thirty-nine. Cflz Columbia
l of said deceased to I least I and it ,Sections one,two, three,four, five, six twelve, ; |
fef l : the legal heirs are required hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof dealers perfectly obvious ; shall ,be Cut
r } come forward within the time aforesaid and South Carolina who will either call on'Doct.P. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall thirteen, twenty-four, and twent-five, in town- L STIKING SCASBO&OVGO, (W;

r,: have a final settlement of their interest in said M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C, or myself, in meet with any disappointment. ship fifty-five and' fractional township fifty-six do hereby certify the above to be ''a'true em*

; t r'4': estate according to the statute in such case made the city of vannah, and either of us.will give 'Our assortment is complete at all seasons of (except sections two, three,four, five, and six) of an order duly.made and entered of ncorin

:' .! and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the year. LEE, JUDSON; & LEE., on "Biscayn Bay," of range forty. the above entitled cue on the 27tK dar tf"

: ". : ; Administrator de bonis non. ten out of the twelve, we will refund,the amount P. S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm! of Fractional township fifty-five, on Biscay September,A.D. .

"iI: 1 4p. .." September 17,1847. 8w paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas Lord &'Lees, and late senior partner of the original Bay," of range fortyone.At I WITNESS WHESEOF, 1 have ''let
the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE, my hand, and caused l
(' 1,1 I have directed. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con
::1 r :} IN CIRCUIT COURT. Owing to the heavy rains during the past nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed 'commencing on Monday,'the twenty-first day of [L. s.] Court to' be hereunto annexed,

IL, i\I 'tH** '' EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY OFt summer, and which still continue, all the low business in connection with Messrs.,Lee & February next for the disposal of the>public 27th day of Sept ember, A,D. 1847.t

; t ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY. lands are under water, which will cause a great Judson, and assures his friends that the new lands within the undermentioned townships and S SCARBOROUGH aert

I .\ ''-f.h The Southern Life Inaurance -' deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it concern shall have the same pre-eminence in parts of townships viz: Oct 8, 1847. 4m
4 will be to to certain this branch of trade which South of the base line and east of principal'
:t 1 .r' & Trust CompaI I your advantage procure a formerly distin A CARD.
: ; 'i ny to use of \ Bill to Foreclose. and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applying guished the other two houses to whieh he be mrid n

l" 1 "", ,. Heed, r to either of my Agents or myself. Ask, forHUMPHREYS' longed. June 25, 1847. ly Townships twenty-one, and twenty-two, of New Tailoring? Establlbment
,4 41 F. RICE of
( vs. REMEDY FOR FEVER AND range nineteen. MR. 8 woI'
:; t : 1 AGUE. Townships twenty-one, (except sections one. inform the citizens of JaYe.a4
NEW STORE. -
Poujaud.
; t hi : H Augustus that he has
thirteen fourteen twen commen .
The Medicine is for sale the twelve twenty-three, vicinity
t by following .TAOIIG
;l'flj:! II having been made to appear to the satisfaction named gentlemen, who are the only agents for UNDERSIGNED, .having formed. a Co ty-four, and twenty-five,) and twenty-two, of BUSINESS in all its branches pad
tf of the Court Affidavit that the THE .
' !i by trusts Cut and
5 by superior Worhnanslmto
the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit ( under the style 6f range twenty '
; k j Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed will be found either at wholesale or 'retail. Townships twenty-two and twenty three, of merit a share public patrn H. tiJl
:J f : in the above entitled cause, resides out of the WRIGHT & POINSETT hand
.1< Country merchants will make handsome range twemty-one. keep constantly on a fh
.t; 5 < State of Florida and out of the United States a pro- alotebest
French and
fit this medicine. A liberal discount Hav.r..nIPllhplltore Townships twenty-two and twenty-three, of English C
', by selling recently occupied by Mr. B. u
and in one of the West India Islands, and
Cuba made to Planters &c. the dozen. P. CUTTER. and would I range twenty-two.
.. by Address now solicit that portion Veting
t1 t. fsr i beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, W. HUMPHREYS Jr. of public patronage who desire purchase I At the, Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, commencing a variety of ready made lcthig,
.t. On motion of C. W. Downing Esq. Solicitor for < I
: suitable
; Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, GOODS on Monday, the seventh day.of February for Jacksonville trade, 1hY
j : aid Complainant Medicines Chemicals &c 'CHEAP FOR CASH. I next, for the disposal of the public lands sold cheap for Csuh.
That Perfumery,
l ; .; i It is Ordered, the said Augustus Pou SAVANNAH, GA. They are now recftiwinc and will keep.coninnnily 1 within theundermentioned townships and parts Jacksonvile, October 15,747. lt, .
.L :) jaud and others be required to appear and answer on hand a :neal ortment uf i of townships, viz: -

.tp ; t said Bill Complaint within six months Goods Groceries Boots : South of the base line and nest of the principal PROCLA9IAT10T.TTTHEREAS .
Dry
I ; or the same will be taken as confessed against THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A r.ne1 1ian. .

, i1; him. VOICE FROM SOUTH. CAROLINA. Shoes, Hats, &c., Fractional township two northeast Forbes's
,
z jiR-; : It further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, OUTHERNERS following is from my Which they} pledge th"mnelvps to cell AT THE grant, of range one.

; :; duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be published S Agent, Sir. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, as an inducement Fractional township one northeast Forbear's ..
in within the for'rASH CUSTOMERS to rail and examine.
I some newspaper printed ville, S. C. grant, of range two.
$l ",'rr, :Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., Having 'IIm.tn the' determination to keep J"O Fractional sections three, four, nine, ten,
' ( for six months. Sir I hand the of BOOKS, and to bUy their Goodi pri"r'f'ally
to
.1- : you certificate Mr. E. C. fourteen and fifteen in a former Indian reserve
;. ; :: [Signed,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and for the Ca h, they will he enabled to sell them ii. and sections} twenty-seven, ,twenty-eight thirty-, .
'
;I 1 1 I, PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, Ague ; he is a man of integrity, and his testi- CHEAP or CHEAPER thin they can he pnrchaced two and thirty.three, in township one ; township Thanks and.praise in fat
'
1-: : do hereby certify the above to be a true is elsewhere. .:DW AnD WRIGHT,
r copy mony consequently undoubted. two,west of Forbes's grant .township Yv from the good people oftl.&m olF1or'
.: '. j. of an Order, duly made and entered of record Yours respectfully EGBERT POINSEIT. three,west of; the Apalachicola.river of id*to the Author of All Good,for,tie health,

'k:t ;, in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth THOS. J. S. FARR. N. B. Hides and other country produce' takenIn eight. range prosperity, and other blessings which veu,:, '.

'I : ',h day of August, A.D. 1847. Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1S47. ,Jacksonville exchange fur, Good March 19ih 1847. ly I Fractional townships three, (except the south- people have,been permitted to enjoy dnring tie
I hereunto
WHEREOF set
0, r IN WITNESS my Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr., west fraction of section thirty-one,) and fractional current yearTheretoreit: .
f. S : [! s] hand and affix the Seal of said Court, Dear Lake is proclaimed that THURSDAY,
: Sir-This is to certify that I have used township four west of "Chippola ,
'S I I :;.' this sixteenth day August, A. D. 1847. your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I BAPTIST TELEGRAPH, (except fractional sections six,seven and thirtyone the 25th November next be set apart to"be ei-

a 3 1, ,( 1!" 1' P. B. DUMAS, obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, AND ,) of range nine. served throughout the State as a day of Thaais-
.a Clerk C. C. of St.John's
County. your Agent of this place, and administered it FLORIDA JBilIIGBANT.fPlHE Fractional sections twenty-two, twentythreeand giving and Praise to Almighty God.

1. ". ; '" Aug. 27. lamf6m to my daughter, according to directions, and I twenty-four, on the main land,in townshiptwo Given under my hand and the pot

i ?t: J NOTICE. am happy to state that the disease left her in Sub r.ritJef proposes to publish in the of range twenty-six. [SEAL.] seal of the State, at the Gapito,tb
;. the of JL town nfJnekiinnvillt''Eaat }Florida, n month Fractional 'sections 15th October
,J :, Persons directly indirectly interested course thirty-six hours, and her present thirty-one, thirty-two, 1847.V.D.MOSELEY.
t ALL notified the state of health indicates a certain cure. Jy.nfwlIpnpf'r, of l lie above title. It 'hnll be neutral thirty-three and thirty-six, on the main land,
: 1-' hereby by undersigned
!'t that in with Act of the Yours, &a, 'E. C. WATTS. in politics; slmll Voniaingeneral intelligence; in township one aui fractional sections eight, October 22, 1847.
;' : conformity an Legislature .
,
l in Rcli ion shall J he frnnk and ;
Grahamville nn esplirit.The All in the State
S. C. 14th 1847. ; seventeen papers copy
; I of Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for Sept. nine twelve twenty-four, twenty
'. ':k. the re-establishment of the Records of the County paper will ndvncale I he fll l hind practice, five, twenty- ix, twenty-seven and twenty-nine,

I" of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen' & Co, Charleston. the Baptint denominution in the United Stnte, on the main land in township two1 of range HOLMES & COMKSSUsi. ..
, and sliull he devoted
: 847'Ehe S. C. ; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W.Al pnrticuliirly to the interetit twenty-seven. 1Ia'r1'IJMI.
filed in
);' January 6th, ] has. the HULMKS: & CO., .
of ihe Sr..h..rnlnel South Wetern 1
States. The
I I j' Clerk's Office of the District Court for said Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co.. gecular and Fractional township three on the main land, IIt"rk of Merc-lmmUre to I. fctf
of
: Jacksonville, Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, Religion* improvement the peopleof (except sections one three, six 8 ven, sixteen ,
County, a paper writing, purporting to be a Florida,'it shall consider its obli : Ioiikiing! formerly ocroj U-ri Iyh.IJni rd.slll"
t at
Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga. P. A.Moise paramount and twenty-seven,) of range thirty-one. ; bail
; '
;. i copy of a schedule of her property owned and knotii IIM the Giivprni't Building- Tb',
. .. LaGrange Ga. Winter gation. Toreprove tn promote virtue, In elevnte > South of the base line and east the
; Epping, Columbus of principalmeridian (11ID
. ; &. held at the time of her marriage with John W. Ga. the mind! to the wofhip of the.l rue GOD. bind added io .h..ir stock, by she late tnlnlf.
4 : .+ Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law of ; W.:Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick Salem, to i improve the wordiy condition of mankind New y.' k. a full awiirtment uf Dry Gwakrerie o

..1'} .: the, Legislative Council of Florida, approved Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. .lie itA leading feature. will Fractional townships eight and nine west of Hardware. I'i..i,"., &;. &;? ', iclath..y

t r" March 6th, 1845, entitled "An Act to secure Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, TERMS F"R ONB of the Suwannee river, of range fourteen nrp ir.jiared ti, wll MI, reiliwril 1 prices.lb..y _.
h certain rights to women." Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. 11. nix $5 TEhtt-FOTtwP1vecrph *, $10; North of.the base line and aest of the principal are now prejwed to pureh* Co"00
copies. ; one $1.
ropy ,Advance Ilaympn",
+ 1111 E And also a paper writing purporting to be' a Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch Hawkins- will, he expected in 1111 cas..*. meridian. Hi L: copy of the last will and testament of Henry V. ville.; Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; Cole 'ur All letter addressed to the Editor Sections twelve, thirteen, fourteen',.twenty, lii-jliH Market rains' ant make cuh l dnllCf'ld
,
Prescott & Co-.Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot must' twenty-one, twenty- wo'twenty-thrce twenty- ,
IJ Ellis Me pf said county. The original having he pO"lmid. cpaignm.nti' tbpir 1inda..iu. .
4I > been.destroyed by fire on the first day of November & Flanders,. Macon, ; P.Martin Savannah ; Cunningham N. B. ,The firoi' number will be imued the four, twenty-five, twenty-six twenty-seven, (}mrll'otc'JI. or Ne:4 y.,.. 01 ', "
' J. on '
k P 1846, the introduction of said copies & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; II. &W. S.:Ellis, fimt Tuesdrty in June next. '' '. twenty- Ight" twenty-nine thirty, thirty-two, I They luive n ntr'" article IfrV JLf '"

t&It made for the purpose of perpetuating the obJects Macon; M. C. Williamson Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. JAMES: MCDONALD. Editor. thirty-three,thirty-tour,'thirty-five'and thirtysix ,Pl Mi2li -1;' which ,Ilpy woul.l rrj pctf!Nl! :'**'!lJ

1 .' of the original papers. Hodges, Sandersville ; R.T. Floyd Micanopy, J C'kllnnvln.. Fla.. April 30ih. 1847.Gftotfje. ,-in township one of range five. lh<..Hiifiiiion' of "'.u.It.,*.

i ). q / \ S. HARRIET POWERS, Florida; F. A. Poullen Jacksonville., Florida; "- Township one and sections twenty-five,'twen- .?:ecks..v11k Ni v:6. Ir
'
By GEO E. MCCUELLAN, Agent. R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. IILbeIrn! Q ty-six twenty-seven twenty-eight,thirty-three, -
3 '
LittleRiverFIa. Oct. 1, 1847. Sm For sale wholesale and retail by i thirty-four! ,thirty-five and thirty-six,and township' CARD.
F. A. POULLEN, Watchmaker, and Jeweller.. .two of range six. -

--CLERXS OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, Agent for Jacksonville.A No. 5 MAU'-STRi"ET., North of tlte base line,and west of the principal BITE ESS & EOLtLID'E'N"T'AL '

., Columbia County, liberal discount by the dozen. Ropectfullv inform the citizen meridian..Fractional '

Oct.29, 1847. October 8th, 1847.FLORIDA. JncUjonvillp and iie'vicinjtthar. township" one north Forbes : SURGEONS. ,
;H "jVTOTICE Is hereby given to all persons haTing .: he hW of six. -
_rejmoved i) the houseimmediately Grant. range Office North East of St.Julien.Strtet
J.1 corner
suits in this that the cost bills '
I Court
,
I in each case will hereafter be made out. HOUSE : i ;adjoining the one re : Fractional township one north. of "Forbes'Gt" and .Market Square, .
presented "
for settlement at the close of each; Session FOR SALE OR RENT., ,. : : f"n ',occupied; .,as.thejprintinj t of range seven; \ .V l'iN.&B, OEOEGUUAug.
g '
of said Court. Plaintiffs, would do well to at- '4 THE undersigned offers, bnthejmost office < fiihe"Fori: { !l" .tau_ .'..mnn. ,'lad i U nowrprepa.ed .' j Sections one two, eleven twelve 'thirteen, 20, '47. ly _

.tend to this notice. I r liberal terms, to sell or .rent this well 1 ( oexecute.prornptiturieVall. ) order con-. fourteen,: .fifteen, twenty-two, twenty-three, '
. $ Oct 29.os. Clerk. ,_II fmm, known establishment. furniture inclu- n.etijwjth the above]line. / 'twenty-tour, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty- FORWARD & ALDRICH,
i SCARBOROUGH d Application to be made'to:J.. B. COLE at Mr., Grnthe" wmihj'also ny. rtmi he na "determined -' seven," and the 'south-east fraction 'of section ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORS AT l

, U Administrator's Notice. Palatka. A.'H. COLE. ,i toconfTrr his aliention,:io future,'excoMvc ,twenty-eight the former Indian Reserve, the OVWUl practice in evpnlCourts .fl*

. ; ; ALL Persons havlngdmands against the es- St. Augustine, August 20, 1847.. tf I ly in, work in ,i ihfe, branrheg./ He-renders 'lila east fraction section thirty-three in the same an.IEquity, in the Jotl'tPru.Cirt'ui& of Florid*

; : of William 0. Thomas,late of Alach- \tlmnk, >: to:the,;many friends, :.wbohavigiyen'him aI,sections. thirty..four, thirty-five and thirty- .Wx. A.,FOKWAKD, St. Augimtine

1 : : /:],ua. couaty, deceased will present the same EASTERN CIRCUIT CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN .. .
within the time law to the subBriber : AND FOR Or. .. .
; prescribed by -
-
> t after will lii' uchaVfo merit it, v. twenty-three, twenty-four,twenty-five; twentyvsix. -
fit! ; or. they will be forever barred and.all Abel '.Cowart COLUMBIA. COUNTY.Iii Fjmn':lpg"' ili. J"'in.this bii iineii', hV feel I .'thirty.fiveand? thirty-six, in toVnship two; W.l\I. .F. CRABTREEi "

those' indebted will make payment to ,. ) Chancery' : hirnsl lf' romptcfl' .t& give .attsla linn, ,' uhi,' ana 'sections':,6ne,. two, five, ten, 'eleven and ATTORNEY. AND, COUNSSLLOR if Ul*!

; .: ALLEN THOMAS, Adm'r. Elizabeth T8'Cowarf () Bill for Divorce.4IT.having chqrgea tvij|; be':'tnwjflr&te., "r and> a"reasonable, a*' 'twelyej l township three, ,'of range eight; : Jacksonville flV .
;' -I : ;' September 17, 1847. 8w lhiiw, >f the North;: : .;'" 'i'- '* ".1 Sections Hhirty-five. and thirty-six,'ia.town- ,
'T' :- been made appearfto'the satis- -'N,: { ", ,* ILL attend tn any busiiieis entrusted toBUV.
: 1 Vkii and Watche # e.j j bes'tmaimer ship six and twelve. -
B.CJ in
) repaired range
\
tNOTICE.. of the'Court CIICE l"Florida.
; by Affidavit : in ,of'ihe Court to th, Eastera
that
the : any .
,, ;
1 /aid I at the>horietf.,notice. [ Fractional township three;west'of Choctaw '
having claims against the Estate above nam Defendant resides but'of i > .
persons '
1 .ALL the State Jacksonville,' Dec/26.J845.IM .*. 'r.' t, '0. hatchy river,".of range sixteen. .. ", 1F.EL'i'X.
Manuel Olivilla late Jof .
; ". of Hillsbo ugh Florida, and beyond the'jurisdiction of this I '-.I .'' "" "
I 4: .3 county, deceased, will present them to the subr -. Court,, '", %.vIt -' t : ;.iNOTICE l.lN'? *>. Sections twe -fourt twenty-five,twenty-six' ": .; .. :'LIVINGSTON:
' scriber within the time law 'is ''tJ r f re 1 Ihir rfiTe.'andjthiipty-si township': .threej j of
prescribed by or mbtion'of Washington )L LL notified ATTORNEYS AT'LA ,
'. A person:thterr'.I.tl. are:hereby i that range seventeen !,-! .. .:
,they':will be barred and ,those indebted to the Ives .F1aI
' .. I 1 ,.EsqjSolicitorfor'said'Complainant; OR'DE'RED Six Month; after the,date hereof the e, .:said Estate will make to-, That the said' range '
payment Elizabeth Cowart be re.quired -'igned arid Will 'in all ih rtb.-JuUtI
: ;Almistrntor. s.vlb! ;Landa appropiated' by law;,for the use of, ,practice : Cour
? WILLIAM ASHLEY.-Administrator. '
::1 : to appear and answer the C plainantsz, lh" will annexed .r J" "Standfey, dr p lipd. will schools: ,'military or,other purposes,' will>. be ex-, Ci .it/ MmrhlO.AUGUSTUS ." !m. ; i.
*$ I Tampa, Oct. 8th, 1847. Sw Billof Complaint, herein filed,.within .four. pry tht iHonVJiid. e'of, nibat, ; :|or' AJ! t h ulf, :luded.fromih J8aleS; _. -S :

i :;"f FASHIONABLE TAILORING. months, or a Decree, pro confess) will be;.taken; Ciinfiyfor! n final settlement.
b ._UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in in-': against her. V,.? oj\- .%; I stcltandhiiclnrg.! 1 !.from the; furiher'Adminiii, : t ration .' Son the' 'days.appointed.and proceed ia'tbb. same y: AND COONSZLLORJil A1"lr.

',4 1 : .'I forming the citizens of Jacksonville and' of' And'it is further Ordered; That'copyofthi: of snulV .mp.v:, > ':, -"* t.' _' "% ',K. order' in''which they ';aWa'dvertised, >witK altconvenient Coinmislonr{ of'Deed*_ot ihrnectkut S'1tec1 C.,

,: tEast Florida generally, that he has engaged the. order/duly certified b, the.Clerk- Qf.this Court $ *'flICEYTNDLEYAami' :< despatch until the whole shall have ., within, alld for'tb.Siat flot" :

t ':J ::Taluahle serrices of Mr.' J. J.'BURTON late (of be published in some_newspaper printedwithu .5- :' .SEAtepRN J, STANDtrJ.AdnVr.. ':been' offered,iand.the sales':thus:closed.. :But'no, .. JACZSOYIL'. ,

tAt\ 'o.,'KeW York'City, .sa cutter in his establishment, the Eastera Circuit of Florida-, once a" week con-' ,_.NeWlIanAIUe._ .; ',_).4.' E.JF..j.-,June i..."41t1 184TrL5 ,_ .6.nP. .' .sale shall be kept longer: than 'twoweeks, I. -- -- STi
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',u i :'' and begs.leaie 'to 'suggest that he is now ena'bled -, s ecutive1ytotfoiirthontks-S ry'. 'v 5"ti\ *:. .." \" 0 .' : f'H 3 *V* .._ ''I -.f' s.-j 1 and prilyate.entry'tif any of the lands will be'admitted CHARLES. PELOTTORET ',' .
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:Jle'trusts' that the reputation 'which'Mi: i! '_ ',' '. Columbia' /t-ij--r: ,; : counts and vuchei 8 Ezecitrizothe :'' .fc.'GIVEN 1 _. U4'biare.wlFm&I
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: L Burton enjoys in the'rariouscitiesoftheAtlan.w :. ..J1:.STIBUlP.SC.\2EOtUGIf.Clerk:of-said Courtj' i-county. J gtonthis twenty.thiitIdaf Obtob r'-An ri.I o ; fw'i"h prompi'tt.nto1t... "

tic seaboard,will induce e'people of East Florida 'd, 6.'Ii'feby.certifthe above:Wbe'aiiiircbpy ofan ',dwea "ed iori&'the}Judgetof Prolate of:said :'Domini Deth usan4., .gh ;h d forty! .' \jJad"o YUI..E. F*JutH4.. 1847.. .- -

}j1 ;to award him ar share, of, that ,patronage ;: rder dull made and'entered of record in the1aTuvca'ianfifliwI county,' :affinal eettlement'of' saidestate?nd's ,.8eTCL. "" .. :' : : j.\- : ,:

; i ."*wbJch"Has been, hitherto distributed out:of the ailS,""'onthe' :.7t'df-l. ." "Vv,; n M tle, ,'.8."time. .!appl :foretter6f. '<*' '- .'By'THR'pnuQTnENT: .t,'' ',,* '. :' : NOTICEi
q Jy State ;:and while:he eeli grateful.for' that which ''A'D' 1847.' -',;t. > 'J". mission" tssonanterested cu,>.lUecu.O :.WIll.t 1I". ,'t. :" "" : '::8" IX ? i will r :
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., he has already received he feels,confident.thatcontinuation ; : "' '\f'if1 '$ .,, .4, :.. :tm to, ) I'OD '::1." : ;- finnj ittou E and"!,h r.to thi ."
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