The news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065546/00030
 Material Information
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 19, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
notis - AKP5518
lccn - sn 84022789
System ID: UF00065546:00030
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

Full Text
' '- '- -'" .- .. "..--;'- '' ,,- .. d' '\. .;_ ... ,_ ..,.,,,..,.. .. ,, __
..' "" "; JfiffyWfM- ?.*' -iw=. f.;$ ,6. ,. '" "c- ''1 .'''''';. '-'. '. '.
'ffi : f". : h '
:1.b" ,
; 2 .,:
j' .
4 'fl ".-, "
l --Q ,"

\ < 4eI % Jo 1" ? ,) lJt .
< r' .
! .' V i .119 .- r'-:- "j. r '

-.' ,. life*; P.- "t.

F .1..";
& 11

/, I Lrr1l' T lit t '. i-rn--.> '._- .. ,-..- .., ..C_ ._._'0,' "' ". .
'A "< "'> r
: <
;- '
J-J :
: -.7.-1'" : -
-t '. -
f'iW : ,
t ;
-- -- ,p ': "f t.'fi:' 'f7.QtGUNtb.t"ltH -.
THE NEWS Jl"., J&' t iti( ;.t1t.t. ,. ., jo .Ji' Jt Vt ", ,
FRIDAY nnrniflg 3k.Tja ,. ,I ,'. > ." ":: : .: ., :<,:.';>;.Jr"_, ...f.i lvr Ia Si\ :., .< J
IS bribed te CJ every offliaval.and Sla'"i(F .nd..: 0 'I" :. .' '.1 .1: ... :< .J .. at fI' t a p s .: ,
kebottQ 1w4..w4wd.. .

;n.Ac.. GILLKTT? DINARS& A.pr B.annum UAZZAaDTNRL if |..wdu.iRs.if.1 niL .-' .' ." 4B J [ 11:1 : *fc.fS.bTHE ....'",:.,." .,".-..1.",.- :, .'. 4'a y;&:.ther.i iL 0f.W1i. .. :We. su4qwn ;

: FUUR th. "mlofthe yar.AdfliSemeJt .. ; '- -< .. '._. -)0r' :..,',,' 'J.'t' .,, ; 'L' -. ., '.'f.,: ;\ -..,)."IA.' to rest ourselves- and listen for.trim' to '." .
$ $ will br insert! on the follow .., P "- -Ci.. .J .' ',:, .. f--. :1- c. f : :. :' t t. fr"i.tL7.: tt.: itl 1.-t T t1.ift wble1l.z11 f 1i( "fts ot
oars I
rn':1 per w1ure ttf".f'lvf' tintS rid tmd".. t $ r"" : J .. ', ( .. 7' ..f.-Jf.. .' ..,..... "">'. .,' _' the :.i ff'M':j lfce rarijie iris o-
4'e in.enion. anti 73 cern for each subs : ; 'OYft'll.Cb". .._ .' ', .: ".. ,.. tensiTe. 'a- .i'g deal of
t "fj"t cleared
'r.1 : : ..,
To yearly advertisers a liberal d* ., . ,.r .I... _. .. .. 0., I" ... .. J'.4 y" 1..1.1 ..t"" f
.. groundl
tsi'rUa9. .F..I.. ; .. .
.,.-. . i .t..f1" :" ,:it' 1L: _'; ." t? n: : '
;I1b.m(1f' must be paid )rbef'reu- 4' 't., ,r .. '', "'fr, -.".. ".r--. ..- ." r- .. wajr. 'We inCtlxePH ;__ 0 r geseeD'dmg .
hAn rt.iaempnts refcrnn VOL. L1] J'.CKSONV.I ,t 3.f: :"M. f.taid 1rii i4fTini1t,1i2r, Ji ard .
."If" bv a regular nmomrr. By ? ... .'. _l'- YJOItNIlVGNOVEUCfl1.j47.. .; : ,. '
..1f'I'I111 tlt r' airiw BURl may be ascertained '-- -, ._ >' 'ff, >>">" < '1 .--1. : t.. .-...-... v.. ,__ : 1 -. ',_ i. 'i.i. :freqtLleEyeIi, 'PPrOachmg hati; .J
ta '. with the .d efti'a it. MEN' OF--CHUBUBUSCO; I, '- ,, -, .' .-I' .r. ---1-rWr---[ : $< '!JD'! :
"llIO"f'r-"""* not .0.Aid with -"Siquired ix I iasfev tane Juice: cannot toT'filtered .Wui 4BjtiiOh'f 1 j )r .x el1 nt 8U.ks tQ i.1 i r:.he did. th'jfwnej.Lw! ..dark'expreBfrtWeS -

11' ;;"" .will be continued .un I [E'Contreras being carried by Persifor Srdth tfcwagh-bonebhiidkj by .the'mucaage, 'b" MeaifiPak :1 t; ap'lV ,. 'atgItk'1t cCn1$ ,
J'Jebfl4 21 fnr. I I'tJ'Fi W-orth pushed towards SanAntothoe.n1&ngeL ; it-.aontai 1lt.t." v Dignfy1 jj 'tbePkciI .S ? r.me1u ;1d Yt '.t.'W l1id=i1of tf.f :for bra ;
willbe for all .Bounce- How San. Antonio. was .uIn the_priBdpaliWest India islands
f I..l1ulI cbarNt carriedbby French; trcBted'aD ieeiw1iiai,1Jt.t : three minutes 'a'b4utifu1:! 1rlWblI .

..rC'.antih for oftre. '10 00Tor Worth, anJ how the ."hole,'QT thc&fdltyinCkurvintsco : Spanish,.aad English, on .estates.which. have nat'1rmtth dwuld '" .faod. horse.came tearing along the;dear part of the.
t ;
nile'quare. Six nnthl. t .t 10 00 end drove the enemy from his** ,' 'adoptedapparatus' 'va ui. boneblack i m' 'ises. ., x.f .. ,-r, ,- the diwctj n,;pf onr.-ooncealsaeat..
: usedX'.lng "
c4Itr. 11I htnnundCff'ilt.raflOfl. 500. the letters we give in other columns suffickatly has also been> French and -<'..1A. -4othUn 2"_isfe _.' : He was,going at'.his utmost speed. and Closely

APpicatin'1! for Letter MtiC'"s of Au wiU i1 "ened gAtIJLl1 tell"]-N. O. Picayune, of & .29th. Spanish islands the apparatus and.!method i miJoyecJUare ;: i rictin:Tt W e"'l pursued bytwo:*splendia "I'.w. cj rail much 4

.rr.An reUgia'i wi'l I They'll point them out in after yeafsi generally. those of.Mr."Wrosne.. .- f j }_thatt: feH6n..aameslBudh i quicker;;and'whose bounds Tre eouU'dlstlctlypertJfeSte

'V ol1llt'nhlf' persM11l (1mu1ric1 ,tOn9 The men of Churnb s60 Fight ,lliejiii being defecated!:*with lime, is.then,filtered t ecretar. of State._. .receut't-.PN'e1".t.. weregrea; AS:at tachtheyTOseseTeralfeetXrqm -

I "c 4it.nieifl. l j 0iin'r ? tiii h. And tender hearts will ii m e with fairs through: boneblaek. 1 which.removes: ;,the aacks l _;,0 of r'v.' '. Bf: ilfrom oS the ground.._.,. .y.f ** >_.,
er11 hili" frn 10h pri"lin mUst "II' The g.tll int spirit i quenched.in'bigit ,txcs of.Iuneand oth r,impurities ofiejuic consul Pt C tfearfnVi: /Th>leaf Wsdmethifig' As .the poorliot,caine up nearly to- where-

IIP: wrk."P dJrrssfd to When ech vho urider WijftiELb fought .., ,Thetlefecatore :are, p eJy.1iimllnr.w those larger"and darker.lhan the'Chines teaV its fid > we now were, (for>e crawl"dee r7mfiTtlierarinej

U \11 C'f\'IIf..n, ltD. """"/e ,4- And kej the" fi>ll iilive; tl in France,andjthe methodpf manufitetur.eruy ,{ ( 1g'* arpmatjcy.and sbethee5t81Seciniens'frOrnChjna ) he 8eemedlorbe"nearly eihausted And
H '
& u "
sLt.tr. Was equal, in the'deeds he'.wrougnt snilogoni to.that tthe beet-sugar industry, n' 'Yhen .prepared' IIi-vd 61rnoi his biee ntth1nyards

- -, -o I w: To :ny common fiveThey'll -*- ; Vt lnr mpJer. Thejuice, !1 1g too ita it'airongly assimilates'tnettaxture ofblAck and frotn whcr 'we kneeled don ready for ta6m>i- '

n,1iai RnrCCT:, IN ptTISr DTR point then out, tWse veterans t d1 is filtered l b'\t, twice-,tnrougnritneDoneiblack green tea;10'm ch-24nde d :'airaost cl SiT ,Qneof the_tiger**,trouctcd. .with aU-thft twis

!t74V -c4LLD As f T beyond; all common then ; and tJS then.reidy tobe, evaporated'to.granuUt'on ly rMk'in?aigland;rafter China .the/greaU tingmotionofa huge cat'and, made spring of
I HEPREt". lIAR?- And each to e.ch. with stern deE ght 1 ,/Tlor Cuba,.the."VtessraVf Diago' have 'eat" rinking iin;:the,"orloV :Tie. about twenty feet right p'n the thehbrse.

\N .'o.t.i Will name th ChurubusCo Fight. employed the method of.Derosne with great sue/ tea plant was'.first: iritro3aced. into Brazil by and" seized, him. by .the,neck. with, a"tearcul !'

.1 1t. Vbii. lIo..r. ,OJeTIIIOS1 'I cess and profit. On'their estate n u..Guines, | Kin "j6hn6f Portugal TEe writer of the>coin.munication growl, t e_other animal trotted"round"thenbiie.

i work- 'will contlin 500 plges ; inclu- They'll sing their praise, when tiey'r no more (the Ltgenio la Amstad .not only tJieir own; stateS th. tk*8u6cessfuT ttItiTn- 'whii'-Ji1S.eVtxrat," and roaring with,

, 'l'ii' 1r.id expoitiOU of th2 Rule of The mei of Churnbnsco? 'Fight crops _have..been manufacturedentirely into tion this plant inthe' United States: may be 'terrific: fetotity; they.tfere too' busy.now with '

: ;'CJ R of Music 11 Uonpositioa; a l.1rger And when their latest march is cer- Jtorete white and yellow.sugars, but they have; looked upon asia matter,certainty; as a climate theirvictim,,to.8 en ',us out.' .**Are you ready

I cji4t. f the (ihorcu! tunes used by the reli- And one by one is lost to sight- purchased the inferior:"sugars of their neighbors :.exists'w thctates.of.Northad South now F, said Jack;,,fLtaaf. saidL, By ..agree

\ sde:10'lin be fJ tiCln5, :south .m 1 yre t, thun buve Then girls will ask his friends t* spare- ,and reined them into such as their own.* Carolina,.Georgia,.Tennessee,Florida,Alabama. men I covered the:tigerjon the horse. ,my guide .1 I

t .: bee ulir..cfi-I in one volume ; From off that hoary brow, The specimens of sugar I obtained and saw manufactured Mississippi, Louisiana':'and ,Texas extending the other/ -'Atthe:signal both guns went off i

t1'. b4;:Jre Anhrn! "H1.hychoC! :1 id!nfmtE1Uns A sb>ei but ef the'sc-Utered hair on their.estate,,,directly from:cane one degree south'of the Bio dfande/'precliely? ..together.- ;The oueI1iad&v red :rolled kick. t

es d Xl1rn l"l'l.. fipcnce ,nd Missionary: Which waves so richly m>V; jvice, are',equal! to the best single-refined of the sumlar..to the climate,of;the :growing dis ing off thfe horse'the other fell down and tumbled J

: : Uii'1in! a ft'Oi many inffiin-- And loiterers by the. inn-side hearth United States,.in every respect. But these resultS -tricts. of. .China.. ,. tt. about in directions, evidently badly 14
p .c I so admirable, are certainly to be ascribed .wounded ,"Nowfor the"knife! saidJackandwe \
: ot'the Will arid their tJ.verntiirth ,
:1'i.: 'ui iy p.\use '
'.M sbc'hc' en :*n-lB? ; W.<.tJ. m.nv of those I An i, iilliug! fear since he has passM: a very great measure, if not chiefly, to the .The'Bostqn'Courier states,-from infonnatliJn I rushed .up to where they .by. 3Iine.:wasdeadj'but !

1.'.i.; LfCCll"v th b vo Inn been used' at Priywn.and ;T hy drinK to GhurubUscoslastj l.in, eene management; of the owners of that. .which has reacted it,that it has are n to be the other/wasstill actiye, thoujgh unable ;

b eoi i :irs otlrr n. Meetings? tc.., but hive wl.o.are not only gentlemen. of ample for-1 lieve that our difficulties with Brazilians are I to:inove any distance. 'I went up to him -11

r. Lt 3' orileetal l and, harmonize They'll paint their deeds in stktael hall- -tune, but of uncommon. enterprise and intelligence. on the't point...of being ,amicably adjusted, and ,with the i tentirin-"ot firing a second :barelthrough '
;-ir before ?eu For on the estate of Villa TJrutia that the Brazilian desirous hiMhead :when insisted
l--.sh Gera-ui. .111'1 otter The deeds ot'Churubasco Fight: Don > government, sincerely. my guide upon i.

cauflaew.K6.-3if.Ji tU1wfll b s :;'r:1;], in the :Hcspeninf And tin the sDlo e-dried-cottnge'wtil1 near Limonar, the adoption of Derosne's'apparatus of c tuvding.-the-mosttriendJy understand: 101. letting hiin-'alpne, and.drew. his,long. ;1
be i! has been attended with misfortune ing with the United States, have knife
thtowotofprirtt Will siiile their picturesbrive and bright great determined to '
f nL.1 uo1eri-many ,
;. :In(: whose rich music is unbon Who fought with stalwart Scott of yore, and l 8sj; which, I .have been informed was 1 buryjn oblivion the past disagreeable oCcurrences -. ,The tiger h d''y .t great ralocity, and*!"was : I

't of the dty- That glorious field to win- probably'owing to want of k knpwledge'and skill and to limit jo: their,demand ..on the United much*alarmed lest he'might' injurethe man, ',
to most persons present in the of the .boneblack So important States to cK th'e and kept the ready for immediate shot. j
uf tc-sapply this When every warrior bosom bore management an. wledgment from adminis' gun an i1
ie b iwa cowpetclyvl Five hero he.l.l'ts within: is the article of boneblaik to the sugar J tration at Washington'of their high faiid-sovereign Jack went boldly up to him'the infuriated an-. 1

'JI'TfEJ ?3il: V""f HARP i: the largest and They'll legends tell of heroes then, manufacturer, and so entirely almost, in my right, inherent in all independent' cot* imal, grinned horribly. and1, writhed, rapidlyaboutthrowirig' J
[ U. oi offered the Ainvricuntjlik Far, Far, beyond all modern m n., opinion, does the SUCCC&l of\ny and every method tries, of bringing to justice and -puuishingaLcorJiugtotheaws up good.deal of dust from thedrygroumL ,

tf .asic i :ever will se by And dill in song will grow more bright, in which boneblack may be employed depend f t e.Braz1s"! all offences_ : One:plunge of the knife, a roar-
:LS all iatcllipeiiL persons the economical and skilful Use thereof agunst.those laws committed into Him .again'a hideous and
in the a.tumble
other-aror! Price, SI 5& The deeds of Churubusco Fight. upon or on, territory : grin :
Aspirins 1t1h :s. --- that :I have,devoted a section of this report of th 'empire. about, some blood scattered on,the ground j,,at
and bound jje.br'l
ier0pY. bel. !fallJ printed,_ J 5pSIOl [From Professor McCulloh's Report. exclusively that subject/ .Manufactured, as i him again) a'* miss stroke of the knife; try once jJtl

wuh u ueatlv wrmi cover. DEFECATION OF CANE JUICE. it has heretofore been, chiefly in Europe, and I TheDaltonEagTh Friday last says:,Com ,morefboth down and nearly covered with'dust
a.,'ent to ua. zdircs for Sbii 50 ; 100 COirV [CONTllIrtED.j] thence imported at high .Sbst by'the planter, if was offered here this'week at ticentyjire cents a I was determined. to put'ran end to this dangerous

l boneblaek be wasted much in bushel and'we understand that 'miles conflict if I could but
In Jamdca small of solution of or impaired quality ; twenty' j the rapid motion
subscribersjt a quantity a
? furnish*
fa to ,
?? IM ivt'.Z l7.ine_ .lluIn is ou'n used vo correct the effects which heavy loss must inevitably ensue. ,If properly from herej-in'Walkerf; Gilnier,'or in1 the adjoin both man and b&ist prevented firing lest i

f1_ Piy'tif.t 1:1 : < / I result iivui an over-Jose of lime. Thus employed prepared at ,first, however,. and subse-. ing counties Tennessee, any quantity.can be. ,one should.receive what.was intendedfor the -it
l Ut! W-nt 1 to cuiTHsS th wh.1p. (Oal1trV.re.flnAn i| "quently revivified with skill, animal charcoal bought at from trcelre tofftcc*cents.per bushelJLaw /" other. The tiger had now hQld of eith'er"the. !,-
there be the
Aidrdfei thtihrstpiL c in no ijipjruut objection to
rL\tire l. i ,
I ui'Jiii "
G : | retains its and be used Indian his as'both
or rolled
properties; nray successfully clothes together
?. -it 1.0 .::sni1(. G.t.4t. t thC 01 alum; fur, while it leaves in solution a ;
: I for several crops and an indefinite num- Btfu' -All special pleading is abolished yet the knife was busily at work. At least Hs 13
Kisan'. .. 1S47.FtorI :1'\l11l qi unity of sulphite of potash, 1.. salt in i '
August. 1 ber of times.Articles Missouri; by.an act of the Legislature. arm was raised.high up with the-Ired dripping ;itf.
which is inoifensive. it abstracts the of
t"TIt : pipers who c"'YI t'm3 :m"r i excess such This act provides that no special,plea shall be instrument and
of a gelatinous nature, as the alter one more angry.plunge! of n
Iitne .lfli tire lecalencics which united with
rsiintiailer,(the p-. r, a booii will be giver I it were eitrictedinucilage from the bark of the. theobruma allowed in any'caserahd; that:the general issue ft the tiger turned_on his back",' Ms paws and t'.
aul thus renders th-iu soluble. The airbo- .
krtnira.M.17.1S47.. I the and other inall'cases shall be'-as follower Thedefen.that whole fraBie and with 't. :
guarcima, okra plants quivering, an attempt at = jfi
in the ibrni of is said beextniv&1y
4t lute u; polish, iye. to .
I iisad iu Iud the have been used.to some;extent in the clarified comes and defends the plaintiff's demand.7In a ghastly grin, he fell over on his.side anddied.Jack '.
rzi1j clayed su-
>ncUcl I.fwc I from that ; considered tion of ci1.nejllice and as substitutes for the albumen an'action Of assumpsit,in the Common leas then'stood up, corereid Wi thtEbThod'of;:
lfai.\ff'C'klr IT. H. -K. Struut i imported country -
gars inferior of the injurious employed for clarification by refiners at St Louis, recently, the defendant filed"plea :tbtaim4and bis first ejaculation was *Un

effects t.o Havana ofthe sugars potash.by It reason has been stated- and bect- Ilgar makers. But while the latter of non-assumpsit in'the ancient. form! This diabloPin English ""OnedeviI f.1 ,. _* -) lii
BETWEEN and collects plaintiff filed a motion to strike out'"the plea
to me that these sugars contain potash in sufficient acts by coagulation. together the ; 'Was' ioutejjijftbemanwsJi rt, ,. .
quantity to render the mouth sore if they mechanical impurities, the former having no and,render judgment by default, and that motion *' ai4.t after was1hiag.1iuxiie1f ini pool of, water : -

s.IrANNAU. &. PAf..\TK\t FLA., be- employed for' household purposes but I. such property,is of very doubtful.utility,if not was sustained' .by, the 'Court. 'This plea, near us I was defighte"d to'see that he escaped, '

BY THE WAV OF must confess th.it neither I, nor others to:whom injurious And filtration be performed in prescribed by the 'statue'. covers every kind of with the exception onerfaint bite on the shoulder -

1 ltlYS, TOWS WICK, ST. MARY, GEO.; have submitted specimens for chemical analysis any method adopted, mixture with viscid: substances defence.-Evening Pos" ,'and'a'=few tears of the pawS oh his arms, '*
JACKSONVILLE. BLACK CREEK AND is certainly productive trouble by which beseemed' to care nothing about. He !'
were able to detect in them excess of
PiCOLALl, FUJRID.V.. I potash,. and I therefore doubt whether any Brazil ob&ructiag the pores of the filters' while it i Vineyards in the-United States-In allusion to was a brave man, told me he had killed many_oftIiin' .* ;/

b tDD don with the Ch irlestto Daily MailSteimFickets.it sug IK ;are as alfciiine as has been represented. would also impede the.draining the sirup. or a paragraph which! our readers have.seen, stating : but this one, died hard. We now consi'I :

{ :L\mn.h.the sterner S AilAHb'l'ALW.V i Tiiat moiat and of interior molasses from the sugar when granulated. that Mr. Longworth, of Cincinnati, has dereJ it prudentrtb reload our guns, as the ,,
; they .ire a grain j
made from las last' season's six thousand
th As albumen in the fluid and vintage smell of the blood about and the dead ,
{G, from Palatka to L-ike Monroe, i is hovove.rundeniable.. In Louisiana potash uncoagulated i carcasses .
bottles .
C.&JM b;'. f roa Pieolatu: to' JsL Augus- 1 or lye is sometimes employed for the defecation state may be dried at a low temperature, and Champagne* the"National Intel- might attract other gentry to the spot that : i

tin,aal iro=T iilvc ; re ;:, vi.i Ifewn msviilc of frosted caue jaL-e but such juic it is stid subsequently diss' lvedin water'withoutunder- ligencer adds: it would be just as\ell to be prepared for. My I

A\\ib\\ ar. ALr.vr.1 Springs an-1 Cou&ibu& to i i becomes clarified by ;heat alone and, if 80, the, going ;my change properties, M.'Derosne has ,A gentleman of this city,,who spent" the last shot.aften passing through the tiger, entered : I
; summer in Cincinnati, and has
which 'ois or a title the Horse's and
7ht2t: i preparedblood by drying, in France, has neck killed. him' also. Jack 1
iajULOEC. Cit. A CHASE. j use or pot'ash is not only unnecessary, but imi been exported to-and'used in the colonies for to be, as good a judge of champagne as told me' now to keep a good look-out while he :: :

'r.)1.U'Tlmr5, .. P.\JCXtLTY.'4! proper, or;inoist ibr. ihat seems potasn to be ren thd ters result sugar of deliqucsceui long and- cl.irifie ition': Cane juice, however, contains so' any gentleman in the land:.informs us that De- skinned the animals, or, as he'said/ 'C took .;:1 "
sides Mr. Lonworth's there several other
little with the' are ex their jacket off" He worked with
"t :lsisiVtf Siv.tnnih TUESDAY foreign matter comparatively experienced j
pu'e every br the head
extensive experience. Un of tensive .
p- in tne I
ti1rrwty MouMNi'. lot 10 oV.ocl:: and .r.1iVcZt'ilta |J ash we should also pi.tee the ushes of certain juice of the beet that boneblack may be used vineyards '. \.cinity of incinnD.tiT1iat ; activity had in incredibly short space.of if !
the proprietors .of several of them have hides
alone for its defecati ziwitWentiresuccess. time the off the'tigers: and horse.rolledthem .
ill;im3 lor the M ill tageto go 4
times and different
plaais; to uc various
]i whlcnj; Besides the others such obtained wine-makers from the chainpagne'dis..trict closely into convenient, made
'OIh to St. Vtuasiine; bore night every has been preceding re-'agents, up a pack,
lh wliy un l.Maud'tJ.e1rk j 1 places scribed, pceuh.ir.tiffiaicy inasmuch as they as agents owe their influence as- .as sulphate of zinc,, acetate'of lead, etc. have in France and that: they ;now produce i all fast with a thongwhich he cut off,and, finished -. ,,III
ehimpagne the banks of the Ohio '
beeh with. But the fully equal the affair by "A doubloon's worth !
J..le.1\"e IM itk TCESDIY and experimented against use : saymg, 4t.
every the contain.In :
to potash they to the French article that he drank at different '
F of such substances 'objection ; any ho- Coulter Advepreiiz ths Western *
it:\io!\t'\G, at 7 l clJCt: touching us above'tI1 the improved method of M. Dutrone for any poisonous no 'tables this domestic'champagne of last year'svintage J
coastofsoutlzAmerica. ? l
""y.fj the manufacture oftugllr-at which he arrived can too strong. which the most practised wine-drinker : : I|!
ar many could not distinguished from the best fpr"Whateverpur To Jfaterdam--Ta
Septem'c r 1846 broker
*wiui han i'urn.shud iiv ras1j is similar to that for the of ,
Uouioly every large scale,in the island of St. Domingo before juice precisely juice ein. of this had small
idi;iare coiaiuindi-1 by geniienaen of well the massacre of its civilized inhabitants-4ie the beet;;only as the former is ninth the purer, -. _' _.,_ _- city a draft on the Farmeri"1 ,

t'experience on the route and their patfcw -' adoped and recommends the cautious employment it is more readily defecat and by means of a '. fortin ."said.'Mrs". Parting- with"inkpf4mstFdam-: enclosed>it.byjmail The'qutw ,

are assured that every attention will be of little sulphuric acid or of cream much smaller dos' 'of UIII The.greater partof directions'to'remitjthe money.. re .
very ton, "even if it is bad, it is best for us to grin not'complied With and on writing I
JIll to the safety and comfort of passengers, of tartar, to neutralize the lime which has been the albumen in cane"juice coagulated by and bear it like men. It is queer how it works again to'Amsterdam''it"was ascertained that the

a1 1 to the careful handling of freight.Inwbs added in excess.* And thus he anticipatedthe heat alone, while the remaining'.' portion, like to be sure. Some4 people are born with silver .letter containing>the, draft had not.been.
1'J J
AGENTS: practice of the beet-sugar makers of France that contained in beet juice, requires 'lime to spoons in their 'rnouthsand, others with large ed. Subsequent inquiries werS made ut'.
i Tuppcr, Savannah. of u succeeding generation. produc coagulation. Uence If deecatioubefirst walnut""1W dlesOme peoi ld be found until

\U.DeLor.nt. -' li.irien.r1ILtflIM. Atlfau time of.iJatrone the applications of performed, in part by heat alone the dose leokynutladleswlth .turning hand, and' Sack.to'th 'broker covered yfesteraayjVhenit'came iwith'European -

: Brunswick. steam to the arts, and especially of; high steam of lime should be:ev n'much.lss. quantity ,others lose it in:.the.same way; some folks loses i postmark including,(Amsterdam 'Hotter-'

Rssn t : & l\1..rJ' were comparatively unknown; the usual 'proJperries'oioonebl.ick than otlierwise'mlght be used. The cane, like money"thHt'they have worked hard,,for, andothers ;J.I damandwe know not bowmanyothIams,

1'2.onlez : liisbec, .JJie I ;Jl1Vlll(. had not been. discovered, the beet. consists'ehiefly of w rsug.4', albu. losea. great'deal that'they never had.-[ .having been ibse t'. more; than thirteen;months.lAftrbeingfut'e4 ,. t

WW IH'ick Creek. .m-l the science of chemistry had made little men, pectin, woody fibre,salts.Pll e etc' 7 etc.. 'Myr poor''' nephew;:Ikewas': one of these.l He with anew'ennlo. the

? -. Pieolata. progress, for i-h.w just; commenced to be an exact The expressooJoice contains, besides the water. borrowed three ;hundred:dollars'of a friend .draft'was 'again"'sent.'off:to: Am&erdamthe 4

Urwkns, -" Pl1Lki.'kte : science in consequence of the researches of and sugar, most of the albumen. 'and the soluble''l j If once, and when his friend* came' >to_"dun him for I l broker being; careful.to add,, (which he did not .
& C' Cburleston. while the and the lnsohtble'&ilts
Lavawierml his contemporaries.If'we bear silts; pectine: the money, he said to him 'Ike, when.1 lent you betore.).Montgomery tyNewYork.-.1ou-
,A.B.; J-Jools cons.;nei to the \ ntg ford the fact just mentioned in mind, the celebrated* renuin in the woody. fibre to ,'constitute begiissa. -; thatvair money, I ;"confixlencejn'ye, I'would'a : 4 cf'onznier e. 't' :. .

fee: 0:coai'.ais.'iioi. Freight from th- worx ot utrciie certtinly will appear td be them .- An excess of'lime;is'. i juri6usfor the'samer let "ye"h; athbttsandd61lirsjest ass L ,

.lAU1h uni Ch-irlciionj an! all way frclghtI.Y'.Jll t uble tre-iiisj ever written on the culture l8. and to.tl sime extent 'in'the defecation -: : 'as'three ht dr d.' 'You wodldP( said Ike.Ycsysays M lot -f4-e. e ifDw" 'm'e.diStin.' 1

13y : ii iJpet iini monafocture of sugar.- It is a bo;which of;.ne;9"r beet'Juioo,FArid eT ry precaution I "' his'friehd.:..Then I'' have lost1'seven' 'guished' for' galantry in the'field- than for.the I

_8-2.-fAbl'r. .Ii!ld7... tf may be reid with profit by every p14uter: the'U6U..L1 of injuryJsreqmsite"alike for>th>J'd; : vrei'i 'thyqnk.'Hviii'ie1; 'ted her- nfeohew's mis'
!to'I'I he will .find the errors of process .: ; > complaining upon a certain occasion o ioth late
which this-day remain' unchanged :l1iC u especiailyVin trqpi-;. 'rorl-U th&"old/lady suuVanlQ a illimitahly; .Chiet.1ustice
1.\ giren that SIX MONTHS after date making* sugar, to : j .The'su r. ;( ; Bushe of the. Buffering,he endured -
to the 1Ieaor-1 We of the clearly and forcibly discussed thoughthe cal cbuiitriesj'should xsecontantvigilance''to 'profound.:.cogitation. >,-;on' the. j;__capriciousness't., .;ofluckr. from'Ji umAti81'thiV:learned and humorous '
Judge ;
I'rouIf; lyu ot Xasta county, for my dis- chemistry of Dutrone is often in 'error, x4isgenertltyexprcssed prevent'fermentation,toihichIliactrmne'juices .,.f..;... '. .' -- ; :_:_J. .:, .,. .-._."-1".f \ ; judg undertook V prescribe artrnfldy.-: 'rt
liable. '
1'OlJ th Executoi-ship oa the Estate of in language which now are' peculiarly "Everyvessel' --.j .' -.. -i' ... 'Yoninnstdesire your ervantJihasaidto.the ;
.Y"-.. W.zter, late of said: cottnly..dece4ad.1UJ23i appears quaint ThU'work in the-FrencK. language should'be". kept"aa'clentfas'possible;' and.lhe.'' Wives for hiWut>-To; supply" ; the bachelors- ; 'general, fto 'jhice everymorning by ycrar.bedside

WL A. Executor. has become rare; bat in the English language juice; shouldnever: be allowed.( stand 10r an'y". of the West with'wives;' to furnish the pining artub three.parli.filled.with,,warm ,aefi -

.; !. & RUSSELL Cmon ,:Mr. Porter has furnished. 'bookW much lengtttof time)in such,'ajijtate as is favorable.tofermeittation. ; 'aide ofthe, : East:,-with\ husbands; ,tq;'better : Yoit will'then get' '.intothe, tub :and"havinj"previously
Had "rment4iOn. readily takesif'tomnAmturA
Dutrone. .
---- -'---" of which is copied from that of! "r very the:present diaprtportion'of th t-aexes' provided 'yourself'with"ispound tjfyeUowsoapiyoumustr
ttL.p' 01'H. Dutrone li ved at the present time he would not) :lace !n lut J l ef IS equalize >of- .has been' ; byourwhoIibodywithi
.t ese.Wo.8ectIOIll ttr country
in .
htrinj cLiim .2imst tho eso however have'icousuiered* own'method'the. between, 70 deg anc1l5O4eg Fibr'1dc .to +. the
tat : j ;oneof th*dpcultiesrof lhejage.J The remedy; immersing yourself.t iCa; Jchn iL Afford,late of Ncw.OrMBwei perfection: the i .ofrsugar-nuking;' ?The, :app1y be.t;,immedlat v to.the J m*Trrpr f'tlR. ,1 wasjonly for 'the'girl: .to, i, niJ" t the"enofqnarterofan,JiOui-t e
:, wjl present them,,.to\.thewiihiu use of'steam uitd 01'bonebL would-have':.been ':Erst for.defecation; and .subsequently..forconhtralion -; .WrW&le- mimed: to&: to,. ;go "concludes by? wiping;'yourself dry wftb
West : : xpresslj tQ''get :
rflI the time,prescribeby. .1,w, regordellby him as iudispensible improvements;. :,i, alk,important*. And' the use of,rersemlrs and'get offended theirideas"ofdelicacy.iMisslJeiche j : go j towels,'and_'scrubbing. your person with a'flesh
,11h LU bi brretI; and those Indebted to nor would D8.juv ;.Wtd.J.o be printed:"&d. : ; such' %. jire'finploy.ed l tor.cSlledt:' andiholdthewnejuice marriedj, .herself ankee 7., brush* .. -' JWhylsaid

esta.te lm t b'plyment t4 published,"in.'the' i -.of' modern science,,the >t4Mw3tfromthb. 'J mill,. ; r, the whole a girly.hisjagenir"oosly She is j )' the genera after a few minutes*
otover diflBculty. engaging
SUSAN STAFFORD, Adm'x.JOSUUA chemicol er.ron. und (-obsoletephTaseolbgys to and.inwVichitbftenstands; f r i(Kourortwo, ,, : Westu achool-teachers.: ;reflectioauponX-what her liad just JieartUfthw

_t_. & STAFFORD. Adm'r. which his-icommeututor; has )an wisely"in my is'aU"iitl, d :iith'etr1St'r! ''even. osie!I the;girls.. |-D go" ; ..- '.-. ; :, 'si*ito' *- .-me*.to.,-be'neithcrmororJessthathhg I
; : I!Sept. 10, 1647. 6m fit to adhere. :-, 5Of Ion-By fereniOfl.i C Yj4 r} : ; 'roi'1p was" It"f. ">*t.i **r i
:: opinioU;seen .: .1Sh t yourse .. '
.r4d ; L
T ,:-1') --.;. late year :8ome of the pIanterswhohave ble-R11I7ft.p.< "r '. po1arzes. ,' ; 8laP'4r.Blr: Jf.pJ 4..c n ;i +W llb, rejoined. the judge t.t5 open to that

.tLPer81is aTji'S cl4t ms against the Estate, nailetthemelve of ithe-great advantages .f- :U1to..anunhfSU.Ts.iV. c han'1'e.CI: j.' prUte".i n,.can. <- i.J. a$ c,lately.paid a.yisit a Udy.of,"and.hia,.., 'attired 9ua.Iiiie1 I eini"< '' J a' ..ff' ; '; _'" '' I'&:-
'-it-- who ne1yarrid was
1aiii* Randolph Lite. forded ,: use of steam;for:ieatingnd by : iceitk: gr ( tdit1ii beforenyes.c4b was !
; of; HUlsborough by e J D.r''rihe' (
'ih h
; 'M nii d tfa ualih&liar7lai4t41f'Lhop .itri '
h1.rsed, will present. them 10 the suothe evaporation in vacuo, have also employed.bone- otcarbo. .io. .s4d, gras, .rrol"tc'or'" ohe.extez.nlgns -" "r rl i { descendanC'df Matt'er now
: time prescribed: law, black for decolonization and clarification... They '" --, .occur"-' .;:j iqivhiei ."")oticlfufth fchan- e1 1 l d 'r 'm5l i i tj* i1p: r; tell ,
'Ifill bO .'the'c "jO1fl "f' IQrwhen caesuhas' joqiujdgoVigM 1 uijba madam4uxc8L'golina ; a f ..1md o edrth B mmCa.th,1'ReUInQD.
foreT r;barred 'and all thoie ,have generaUy1nlOyd1t only'ia. | ., .: -' .f
leied U1d. tate, arerequested v ,to make granular"fornvaud in'.J'filf'c'J.as,d e- iiui "t\IlRS"' ; .JJl'll1" .".. Q D.1li. 'sa>b'l"f'' "'aCPU''doe'eipossiblA > ,.1.<,' ;.. .?'. -, replied;' sheij"" .aij'r"*.-' b lila >ooJJ..,. _Y'" fT _' ..:." ". ...*- ,r.xf -.n':.,.'
t HOM.8'P; KENNEDY .rib in ihe qiwl' this;repTrtf In !limisiaixa r 'retor ito ius: ogietate:;" ii'moX "t;t II;.saV"'a U goodneas forhelS.. "'"'-' 1 u1cient i> !
Administrators the estate 6f Messrs.Packwooii &\Beni *J1t1t 'w ti j 1 ; added thChTblUflti7P' tj The : TaTtarSj"'Yl tiiir.!
f ;on .
.... that' sshuId4dotbp cirnamei'w their"arrowa
Oct. the boneblack filter has been Thoroughly < ''JC'r e nrn tile -. bl me -were bliged.toitntightbe'knou put ,
8U1. 1841. 2mWcyro Jaw tcstediiidwitb use of entire success. l wenf I t\&C.S.1J. "' r :" f' ; : ; O, l t : .that,when a-ironndwa3 nctA author?of
: !. '-1-IM\ mnar.
EtIrtLWflT :ta.i -JU -. ion'this ract patticuljirly-J I because'I aave been ..':IIi- 'H'LQu'IW. .' 1'en'th' 'cane"w'. .. UtC, 4j. .1.'' "} t"tY1'p.. t.'r43 ;'lf1t: 't; .. .-- ittt ,.n.. j- i1d
'' Ur.and :commiftM to.WI..uaJ' intelligent that ,; 1. 'l'"M t "l 1i. !" lPt'anl.. monel' 18JC1 NJ1Io.t" 0:
-1' .t 1d'thAt S e yery plaateww "t seyere JlVl 1, :' j'-r" : : r, 4p.rI D lali \ dead.
: teonT''ilep4TaiC6unty? ;i negro ie1dr andso 'ter aith -uurcam; f01D1.0'6
haVei IeaiaThtcouws '
Sfate x sedop ] iC it ; Post Offic
ters the ErLglish ,
cj hIcei'butbereeJuple ofligantst4tsl liiilg'itl containing.coin.J"
.. Wabpat 25 ye"aw.of age five feet ,!rp tt ; | : "
; AAei "
that-it iaimp0ssiklei!
> -7 :" r8 r te; : haTebbt'thatSoca1* tohxoorcjetU1 : O tanaotl1_ ra11 t.o '
1feI i It.'C gc
"iPr i r
'c 1 p.frl height .1 la..complexioia, tilr'ti '
.f i .II.
n:1I.e.5.M'JlANKi ..HesaystKatr. ) 'd'1 t 1 g J ; iith.' ,',v. .1f l, S 't t UmUC14gu ,: $ ,i lo1"er.1 PQa.tII.oon- JD' tf- r.i".AJJ.1.-
I;' -" ., 'Yoy *t : e: f 8 d"and .le.1 no ..-. f JtDii1 iJ t t ;
Dt.. 'p ,.. .fi.ti-J"'' d Wii1 r\iettO :
t :1 t. ; #
ti; n' ', IW.\\ W.. -: 'of'Lowndw- .PAI"IS"::1790; :,.Portet, 'O ",th f SugAl'e:1 t.ae .t 'e",:iii .i.,Do.no t 1-uet. .. W1ges t9 ., th'mnffiithfa IntY5he I. 'P"; ,,_ :1 }':.:" .1'tgt; i'if.WKiriJL

t N tgi& ag ; 1fn doniS43. n ." / .i. .+f ff, '. :.efat : th e .y.l"e :.ti e>of'?t'ie. ,. \.- .. 1t jt 1tidi1J-1'ihYbe -
t property '.jh 1un. Ptrtmztonnge1 . .. .
f b "
1 : l1 bring t.og
: r 1':.'The Natu"" }Pt ie8.'Orthe: d ; tobeumsaze. rnptured'aDd. < ieel1nJJ11tro h cre4It p IIHUW*."VvM** *" "* *>> **&,V* *,Vf
1. ,. d J 8 : i \fu i..1.1f wll
l\w : f
Vq f'.l9J ; the taiI hV W
.t & teneT
( 'byieoge JUcidsQneorepoiiding ; P.orter,!, : wKeTe"! a ;jIol'46 ::111 .. :
.. r :. .:,zARBEEk2A .. cane, : \ P"" ,1lucievidou&or\.o.' jmWghlike ..4i .? i.ha "M i *wt* "H.u*g
3 .membel' orf-the tute.of_. aer t :ld the' aWcK: &i 1l115-pa y or itp- -
J&ll t Duaicotiuty; ". ; . '.I .i dunn tW\ diyjf : .
T..L'.a' # rsiiyie 0WU111i
.- '- u -" ternIailor ., .
i11 IS' "' -
Oct.22:'41. tt' r ei 1 tlon'loI\IlAIoLmL, ," I 1 0't.. '0

4 I Ii.

.. .. .
/ ---"- : : -1i :: _i -" _,':"" '. : '. ." .j .' :..,_',"" .'ii .
-r- iM" .. .

,. '" ,,. .,. ..' .. TT _...... ... ---$;:.;"". ,"', ..,. ,
'?. .
)Cf"'T- ;' "";-':"" '; : '' .'- ';7" '{",-' '-' : rl' : r > ic :,.... .. .,1 ;;":,, .' -"':"' {. -.. .or''!......:, ..::j''\''; -.-'' 'o ..(:r>:,'co'i"' :'''' > '"- : .:- :. '
I t # 4 ,

M i

1L t:*; it .,,.(.."::1'f'if/i) fil : .(. .'\I

4""jo. -
'''' .
: $(.
ri'' rs '" MICHIGAN.. It- is stated ,that Michigan y has I > ',;' AGAIN .AiCANDIDA'rE.-' must, in: all probability, beforr, bold thoso -contacui, ;er4o theteain ) :
THE' NEWS. resent'itself to them a ,fonr,' QQ
i given a Democratic:majority. of 10,000.: :<.' : 'I There !s no daub\ sow,'but that alargepnA. to manymonths require; ;their is "'eaction., No Southernman the Islands.. ._,
'a', t .. ':J1F JACKSONmLE, NOVEMBER '19,, 184!. '"' .- ->'. .t :W"CIRCUIT ; I portion;,Of. the Whig party are-n$ favor of again ,can.be:elected'to;:;the:.Presidency-unless. The igli.e8S": *T*_tht 'E t \1

r- ... --- CausTTheCircui; ," > t Court. M for, ,,this,,, : I running, jMr.CLAT"! as their' candidate. for? t the. ". .Gen.. Taylor: Ibe thatman'and: we are by no Nations j and it"9 uesti- bla, detbe.. 1f.
County, commenced,its Session- on Monday c last, Preslden" C1.'The hostility' offlen., TAnoIt':to'' means sanguine that even his well-earned popularity the waters :dividing the great' .
to stem torrent
will be powerful enough. itx
MACRAE but the Wilmot Proviso and its advocates has alienated not be'sttbjected to'the saaier '
Judge : presiding There are few of Northern fanaticism if, Mexican territory leer aat3

cases importance before the Court:;, and of the from him nearly the;whole NorlhenWhig be acquired,-or there be any probability watarit are, which would give to th'Mftt1

k latter, that of the contested election for.this vote, while;on the'other hand;the sentiments of (should the war not be closed priorio: that time) ;.b .It ctattattine, one 'half"ttndjng 'ot,: ae.at '

'i ddr ir Mr.Cr.a in .favor.of,colonization have been of its acquisition;'ior,if the.. Wilmot. proviso ito ) it. Of course the
d, County, attracts. 'the.. ,most. .attention..... .:. _;,:,(' :this" ,. ,. be the tent,"can'any Northern man be elected .bhuda'Oa
i; t GOVXUIMENT LARD S"wos.-W call attention casewvlll test't law of el io.ns a to the point .. wdey; .made rfcnovi ,,an4.placed: ,contrastwith : ;Who. -shall l ; ie1'us"' commit himsetfto. ; its.sapTfie side of., 'the{central line,' would ''beloa.* '(j,\ ;

to the large sale government lands advertised whether Judge of Probate: 1s'emPotiered' at ', the'o anions,df the,victorious GeneralP -- .n rt ,. .nearest,cQJUnent.. vIslandsbecome ;

t on our first page. Most of these lie in his own option;to set aside'the.poll list'' 'of any TJieL >inglon Jt-'Observerjwhich' : may-v*>.be''. -*i'Mr uppo'a&I <1''-?-Ij* ;a WJbig :mti6nalConventioji? :will have places>> ofrefagrfromrtci'

t Middle Florid, but of those which are in..the precinct for Jan:informality! ;'without'affo:. in g : !f',peak" under the'influence, ofMr..J", C&AY,' so the'far same from difficulty rendering to encounter.such an assemblage'But this injexpedient fact: -, 6 f shies In diatr'and. ; are- ilia, .!,.i o'Se..r

t f :Peninsula>> we nndentand a large proportion to 'for that' : alludesrated 19 to the fact that che has never: mariner on his perilous voyage. We tjjf
itF : i! an opportunity" correcUng' '- infonnality, ,. ; (as our neighbor of the Republican argues fa*
.' 'i.4 a fce rich sugar lands. the decision_will;be looked for with:anxiety.by distinctly refused tobe a candidate. ,'unless called ,)r 'demonstrates, .its .'necessity. U.these also at the entrance of,the great failed t (b
+ $. sR section of the State. In the 'io the' 'office by:thegeneral' acclamation of points of'sectional discord can by. means be abodes of men, where they {
; every our_ _opinion_ ... .. .-.' .' awderigaedjc, ;.
I STATE .LANDS. The Register of public lands r of' ': .' 1I.on" to' [his article" theUalo removed,it is by the assemblage together of leading'men fences of those 'inlets-
i Legislature never intended to give this thor.ity..to all. partleIn .. : ; from: all parts the'Union' in'an unofficial outposts 'u it vi jjjJrepel
.i k is'1 i; belonging to the State, advertises some fine the Probate Judges however&e law-maybe : remarks:, --->' 'character, and animated by a mutual de invasion, and give warning. t&..fc&j,

k ; Y Ft._. tracts in Marion county. This will be acceptable expressed.. We shall give ra l full report'cf "Who'can recollect the theatre' from which sire, first to.preserve the integrity of our.g1.on.. itants of the adjoining continent, of tU. :

f to some of our friends there, who will now the proceedings in this case whenever? .it is, .ter this oracle':utters its '''revelations ,* and not:see ous Union,and then,to secure a conservative ad. preach danger from without, whet 1h
'jrs :; '' t' be able to procure definite titles for the lands beneath all this the plan of the Whig campaign; ministration.of Government by. the recommendation be prepared to defend themselves 911J
3 minated. M the date we wrU e).Thursday evening and,, who. can doubt the*f authoritative'source of candidates whom this high trust a4n plus- It.,

t 4 qP..l'i there are working. it has not been opened., from which it borrows its emanations? .There-. may be safely,confided CoL Davis anticipates foes.

4 .. MA:.LORING.In a list of officers who have We cannot forbear noticing the high respect fore we feel no" difficulty'in believing that, in and answers the objection, that, by going into The West India Island are to many P"
te a ; which boa been manifested'towards> the'preaj all probability, Mr:Clay Is to be brought again Convention,:we may trammel our future action, for hostile approach or for early defenc
? leave of absence sickness wounds ,ta fie
from or pub -
R its de
into,the field as candidate of the Whig party by committing ourselves irrevocably to
t br'., lished in the Picayune, we find the name of i iMaj ding Judge,.,Mr. MACRAE. We are, confident and ;the champion of their faith. It is also cision. Not so. Ira Whig Convention should great and accumulating.numbers of jam ps$.
V' I that of'the citizens of clear that General 'must the r election should deem Co.1ts'the Gulf of Mexico; and tie .
', .LORING, of St..Augustine.FLORIDA we express the feelings Taylor undergo ordeal nominate men whose we upon tj,
South Florida,'when we gay that we earnestly of a National Convention n,and that he must unsafe to the South, we, should have no more | igable'waters that communicate inland}\' '.
V OLUNTEERS..By the latest intellit < proclaim his principles '' before he gets'the hesitation in opposing a ticket so formed thanwe I with. Therefore meet
: r I desire his'election as Judge of the.Southern Circuit nomin tion." should the candidates brought for undoubtedly tUa,. I
t j '' from Mexico we learn that Gen. PAxiEEt were lands in possession to the
I gence ,of which he is a resident ward in any'other!' mode, if, indeed, any other ,belong natives tcl&.*
t1 I SON,with his column of 4500 men,were to march WHAT POLICY SHALL THE SOUTH can be deviled to prevent a multiplicity of no- the nearest main land adjacent thereto.

r'rj:t J z from Vera Cruz for the City of Mexico, on the: THE WESTERN ?t .IL.It appears very singular -. .PURSUE.. minees on the same side and the consequent inevitable The: master point- of-the- Gulf- defence'sjd

a 3d inst. It will be recollected that the two I ; that notwithstanding all the efforts that We consider the result,of the, late election- defeat of all.....that is to say,lithe oppo- her inland tributary waters,is the island of

'l companies of Florida Volunteers, those of Capts. i have been made by the citizens of East and New York, as most important in its relation to sing party division should of its be wise forces.enough The to Whigs avoid a have similar I ba-this point stands foremost as tie .IeJ'i

4 f 'it LIVINGSTON and KELLY under the Middle Florida, to obtain some sort of ace9mmo-' the South and well I the Gulf defence not so much
tI aye command as meriting,: some deeper reflection always regarded conventional nominations as on account of l&
;'.ri 7 t of Gen. PATTERSON. dation upon the Mail Route from the St.John's than is usually bestowed upon these advisory rather than as obligatory-and those magnitude, as on account of her petition ai'fit

.i1 N f t. River to Tallahassee, nothing can be effected. popular revolutions.: It..is indicative of two nominations-lave been heretofore cordially acquiesced outlet, and in, as it were, the very track
DEATH.-We regret to state that from htfbr- in and supported by the party it has
Over and ever: again, haye our Legislature by a ocean travel to and from the
facts. It proves that there is still a strong spirit Gulf of Mexletu,
been either because the nominees were them-
.f, mation received here: by the last Mail we have :
r"tA'K joint resolution endeavored to. obtain a Mail> of political abolitionism at the North, and selves acceptable,or because the refusal to sup- She is therefore,,the most important of tie Wot
learned the death of Mr. DREES of St.
y' c ,. ; s formerly from Jacksonville to Alligator, connecting with, that this spirit can be made serviceable in con port them would have led necessarily to the India Islands as a defence to the Gilt QJ
: ; Augustine, which occurred recently at Mata- the Mail Tallahassee and : same result which must have ensued had there
although no good trolling the elections. Jt also proves that ,a when the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico sha Ie
f b of the fever. His widow is been such nominations.
r, ;. moral, prevailing no
t has been
reason whatever urgeagainst the ar- defended the abodes
; small portion of the Democracy in New York of men dependent tien.
"The whole is of
h still in Mexico, and we are happy to learns is subject one importance as .
r ;; rangement, year after year it has been denied. are still'resolute in carrying out the spirit of well as delicacy; and we have deemed it pertinent on,must in a great measure,be deiettH: ifa-.
kind friends who will
,' t,,, 1 k+ t; 1,+ surrounded by numerous The advantages which are sought to be derived 'the Wilmot proviso, and ,that this section, although to the occasion, in publishing the letter of No man will pretend to say that Cuba Is]lew u,
t ,+ 1 render her any assistance in their power. are these. A very'Large proportion if not, all Col. Davis, to throw out these suggestions for of the "
'i -, at present the.least powerful, comprises integral part continent of America tlm
the both
consideration Southern of
R'!!+t .' ; HILLSBOROUGH C.Q11sTy.-l\Ir. WM. HAND- of the traveling from the North to Middle Florida all those turbulent and daring spirits who have ties." of men par- the island of Key West. How does it Lpp {

; ', COCK, is the Representative elected front this .. would in this way be directed through everything to gain by change.. in party tac- then. that Cuba was excluded from the treaty of

*r c j d county. We have not learned his majority, East Florida, instead of passing through Georgia THE CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR CANEIN Cession of the Floridas by Spain Cuba fe>

a'!' as heretofore. But as the schedule is at tics.For the last few months numberless 'have LOUISIANA, longs to Florida: it is a mere jut from the
ia. :r :,. BENTON CousTy.We were misinformed. present arranged, the Mail for the West does It is but a few years since the cultivation of ninsula it pe.
been the suggestions made in relation to the ; was possessed by the samepoverand
'u when we announced the election of Mrt JEN- not leave Garey's Ferry until the return of the course which the Houth should pursue in the the Sugar Cane was commenced in Louisiana, ought to have been included in tie isms,

;*INS, as Representative of this county. Mr. Steamboats from Pala ka whereas if the Mail and already has it increased to such an extentas
next Congress, and in the National Conventions.Some treaty. Cuba belongs to the United States'be.,
a + :: i ISAAC GARRASON, (Dem.) had a majority of 6 could leave the 8t John's the to form an important addition to the agricultural -
upon have
t. S of these been rather wild and fanci- cause they are a nation in possession of the

over Mr. JENKINS. arrival of the boat,it might; be halfway towards ful, yet at the same time indicating a disposition resources of the 'Union, We take from nearest main land, and because it is the_maw,

I NEW YORK-This State has been carried: 'Tallahassee: by the time that it now starts to cling, at every hazard, to our constitutional the Picayune the following extracts in relationto Key to the defence of their people upon tie

.r .t throughout by the Whigs. The complexion of Again, during the wet season on account of the rights. The question is the more important the extent and value of the sugar crop of Lou- coasts of the Gulf of Mexico,and the inlodn

1' 't :j ; the Legislature will doubtless be as follows:- overflowing of the Santa Fe river, our Mails are at this moment, inasmuch as it is manifest isiana for this year, from which it will be seen, ten dependent on the same-it belongs to tie

t In the Senate, 24 Whigs, 8 Democrats. In the frequently delayed for weeks. By the direct that both the Whigs and Democrats of the Northare that, at the lowest estimate, it is worth twelve people of the United States as an incident a

1"il'a'? t !, House, 95 Whigs, 33 Democrats. route from Alligator.to thia place, all this could divided among one another upon the Wilmot millions of dollars. Is not this an inducement to the progress of the principles of free goier*

# ''tt be avoided, as the route is good even in the proviso,.and, we fear: most, that the friends of planters in this State We have every advantage ment, for the Cubans will stretch forth'their
t s''. LOUISIANA ELECTION-As far as heard from, worst seasons. The citizens of Middle and East over Louisiana in the cultivation of
: sugar
: that measure are gaining ground. It has been arms in supplication to be free, and they era

i 30 Democratic and 29 Whig Representatives Florida feel considerable interest iq having increased taken up purely as apolitical question,and cir cane. It will grow two months longer, any not be denied.

',i.' ', have been returned to the, Legislature. In both. Mail and travelling facilities between cumstances are such at the present time in regard where in Florida. It is less liable to be affectedby Spain holds Cuba by the same right chit she

c r tI .1' +c the 1st and 3d Congressional districts, Demo. their respective sections of country, and we to party politics, as to favor its existenceAs frost, and, in the Southern portion of the held Mexico, the right oCforce-'ri'pthd1'

:4 '.t crats are elected. In the 2nd, THIBODOUX, trust they shall not be compelled to call for both parties at the North are united againstthe peninsula, will rattoon year after year. We do not think will be recognized int t this&l of

(:. Whig has probably been successfuL them times i in vain. have abundance of fine lands whichare
many mere South it is an sugar the
a" ray interesting to both parties at renson by people of the:United grates, M

ALL HAIL TO lIICUIGANMichigan! has nowa the South to determine how they shall aot in now in market Why do not the plantersof against the original right of the'descrafcaU ot 1

Democratic Governor, a Democratic Lt. Governor OUR ADOPTED CiTiZENS.-TiWe have witnessed the emergency. South Carolina and Georgia, who can barely the ancient inhabitants, to the soil of lie island,

t a unanimous Democratic delegation to : with pain an evident disposition on the partof That our readers may have some idea of what make a subsistence by raising upland cotton, Spain has not a shadow of right to or widths ii.Iand .

t. a }(,".; Congress,a unanimous Democratic Senate, and that portion of our own people who revel in has been proposed by both Democrats and Whigsat I emigrate to the more fruitful soil and genial ;not even the right to withdraw her: troops

d a House of Representatives Democratic by a ; the distinction of being Native Americans, to the South, we shall give two extracts, premising climate Florida, where the cultivation of sugar or munitions of war; the first hare been cuuh

brow discredit u}on those foreigners who serve however that do cane, can, in a few years, ''make them weal- the Cubua
large majority! we not fully approve of tamed, and the latter paid for, by ,
: in our army, and, to make\jt appear as if all the thy. Louisiana has become rich with all the
the policy marked out, nor do we believe it can Is there a man in the world at this day wnoiiH\,
I tlA.ssAcuUSETTS.-The N.Y. Tribune, repor.ts'the deserters were men'orn put of the U. States. disadvantages of climate under which she labors -
: ever be adopted, except it may be partially.But .- pretend to say that revenue can be rightfully
:! i majority of BRIGGS, the Whig candidate for : lowcver- painful it may be to acknowledge that it will show that both parties at the Southare and how profitable the planters in tha. rJsedinacolony for the support of tie gou

; "yt + Governor, over GUSHING, Dem., at 13,959, and there even are Native bora citizens, who are so ready to unite upon the same rule of con- State find the sugar cane, the ,following paragraphs eminent of the parent State?

t : i over all others at 1,991. The Senate and House wanting in every honorable feeling as to aban- I sufficiently show ; If the island of Cuba belongs of right to tit

xw i.. 4'u are, of course,Whig, by a large majority. don their country, yet injustice to those foreigners duct.A letter from Col, JEFFERSON DAVIS of Mississippi li It is estimated by competent judges that Spaniards, of what purpose is an army of 30,.
who have cast their lot with the crop of sugar in this State will exceed the
f '' WIse.oNsIThe new Constitutional Conven ours, ,,has been published, which gives his crop of last year by at least one hundred thou- 000 maintained ? The very presence of Mca ft
feel we should state the facts. The N Y. Po-
l' '::4 .: tion of Wisconsin, is to be elected on the 29th views of the course which should be pursuedby sand hogsheads. The quantity of molasses, ol force, proclaims to the world as with a thousand
lice Gazette, gives a list of the names and nations the Southern Democrats. The is this will even exceed that of the as and hll1ni king
inst, and to assemble at Madison on the 15th following crop sugar tongues, the broad, unqualified
? : of the Foreign Brigade, and it will be seen compared with the product of last year. ,Owing that\
it than that Wisconsin an extract: acknowledgement of Spain herself
t- ? 4 December. It is more probable, ,
to the lateness of the and the
summer, continuance -
"' : t will b$ admitted during the next Session that our own.countrymen figure largely in the "That it might become necessary to unite as of warm weather, the yield of the cane the government she has erected over the.island,

j .. : i of Congress. black record. They nre as' follows: Americans southern men, and_ to dissolve the ties which will not, for some time, be as great as was to be is unlawful, because it is one of force. When

Y 9 _- _ 64; Irishmen, 34; Germans\ 16 ; Scotch, have connected us to ;Northern, Democracy, expected from the appearance of the crops,and Spain owned the Floridas,Louisiana: andMex* i
1 f; 't' GEORGIA U. S.. SENATORS.The Savannah 4; and.one each.from England;France, Poland the position recently assumed. .a majority consequently the quantity of molasses will-be military .
of the slaveholding states has led me_ to leo,the maintainance at Cuba of.a strong
de' of Tuesday last announces: the intelligence and Nova Scotia. very great. The present weather is unpropi-
.t_ Georgian fear. Yet: I am not of those who decry a National tious.being too .but still those who are and :naval force, had a poirertul reason
of the election of Judge BERRIEN: and Mr. ... but that warms
Convention, believe, present circumStances rolling make a good yield but of ordinary qual- the defence of her possessions'above namd,
W. C.DAWSON,both whigs, as Senators of the U. THE T 1RI'F. with'more' than usual force indicate the ity:, 'Many planters'have: not yet commenced
which shows that she then possessediferf
r tates. From this it appears that Judge BER- The Union publishes\ the following returns: of' propriety; of such meeting. On the question of grinding, thinking their cane too green, and troll a
southern it is and te f
rights, true.tha.t extensive defections patriotic Statesmen, with ability 19 ?
duties received in the desiring when they do,commence to make the
XIEN has destroyed the CRAWFORD influence, the month of October have
occurred among Northern. Democrats the the her Guif Jisl",
largest possible amount of out of, their strong pointsJor dtfence of
root and branch. The votefor the first named ,last, compared with those qf October'1846 un- ; but enough of good feeling is still exhib- sugar
main lam 'latit
fr crop."Notwithstanding and possessions on the ; ?
: stood,-for BERRIEN, 89-for, Gen. MCDONALD, der the Tariff, of 1842. Thug the Revenue, Tariff ited to sustain the hope that, as .a party, they ,however, the unfavorable end it
will show themselves reason has ceased to exist as to Spaifi .
of _
86,-Blank, 1. The vote for the, second stood, in one month alone, brought over $680,000 worthy ness of the weather, the extensive character of >*
i !appellation, the natural allies of the South,and cannot hardly be said to have everexistei
a on the 5th balloting,-for WM.C.DAWSOM,91- more into the' Treasury, than the high protective will meet us PPOtjust constit'qtional the crops fullness of the cane, throughout retobtion. >
r the State' wilLfully justify the calculation of all as to France and England since the
k for TWIGGB, 76. Messrs. COLQUITT and DOUGH- humbug of 842: At least, I,consider it due,to former association, the produce of this season. Two ,hundred and France and England claim Jurisdiction f

ERTY were the two other principal candidates. Oct. 1846. Oct. 1847. Excess.; ,that we,should give them the fairest opportunity : forty thousand hogsheads is an estimate whichno lab
N.York$773,207 97 $1.243,983 $470,775 04 to do so.] and furnish ,no cause for .failure" one regards as extravagant. At the rate of some of the West India,islands, but it.u f

THE WEATHER.-During the week ending on Philac 111,894 22 141,590 05 29,695 83 by'seeming distrust o? avorsi op.'. $50 per bad, (lower; we believe, than a fair average that the authority exercised,.is an usnrpeas '

1a: Wednesday Evening the 17th inst, the weather Bal'me. 35,348 30 76,799. 29 41,450 99 those: :1 would from the say, then,,.let our. delegate meet ,) this will. give' the 'splendid sum :of to the original inhabitants,'and a tyranny&

has been warm and dry-so dry that farmersin North oh- twelve millions"of dollars as, the value of one to tha actual ones.. England would possess O.
L.I 920,450 49$1,462,372. 35$fi21921; ,86 ject nominate e C11.I41dates'.fo ,thePresidency: single agricultural product of',twenty, threeparishes i tie
our vicinity have anxiously looked for rain. '. and.Vice.Presidencv, but, before entering upon, of State. ,Of.these' twenty .three ba as the Key of the:West Indias, and

We are indebted to Dr. BALDWIN, of this place, Excess in favor of tariff of 1846 $531,921 86 such selection' ,. 'tQ. demand of their', politicalbrethren p .lShes.whlch'contribute thisjmmense addition .. strongest point of attack on the coasts'of jibUnited

for a Meterological table. During this week, Complete returns for the month of Oct'b'r have of the North' a' disavowal of the principles to the wealth of the country, there are..but States, as an antipode to.the East.India,

c the thermometer has shown at 7 o'clock A. not been received from' Boston or N. Orleans. of the Wilrppt- Proviso;; an admission} .of fourteen in which sugar is,the leading or,principal the balance resting the palm of,the monarch
i From 1st to From to the equal;rights of the South With'the North tothe'territory
Jst Excess. : product In -St.' ,Landry, Calcasien, La ,
'M, for the lowest degree 52, and for the highest 23d Oct.!46 23d Oct.'47.: held/jasT'the':' coinnion property of. ) fayette)Vermillion,' Avoyelles(; Rapides,' West in support of Legitimacy. It is' true thw
70,-at noon for the lowest 71 degrees; for Boston $218,785 39 '$331,862 56. $113,077 '16 'the United States;;and a declaration: in favor of Feliciana and Pointe Coupee;sugar cultivated: Possession'by either.. Spain England. ii., *.P0**.

the highest 80, 'with: an average of 71-at 8 o'- N. Orls. extending the Missouri Compromise. to all States to- 'limited .extent, cotton and, corn being the session legitimacy, but. as the EngH>& fa %
.l ((1st to 9)) 60,405 54 95,523 96 35,118 42 -to be hereafter admitted'into our": Confederacy.wlf .. .chiefpfOduc and grazing- an extensive, em-
t mock P. M for the lowest 54-for the ': much more powerful and energetic gover mm
_. b ; highest .. these principles: are':recognised'we'will the people Deducting two mill ;
loymentof :
' 74,with an average of 70. With the exceptionof 4 27919093. $427,386 51 $148,195 58 happitj'nTOid the'worst of all political divisions' ,, ions for the
one foggy morning, the whole week has been I ,one made by geographical! lines.'i'merely.,' ..The'Convention : .which is 'no'doubt an extravagant calculation, sires to acquire it for the express purposeof-

clear. Difference in favor of tariff of 146 $148,195 58 1 ? ; representing, every: section'of the ,we have :fourteen ''parishes' which produce.,ten checking-the 'advance .of the principles"'ofgovernment .

I Add difference as above in NYPhila Uiiionalid'elevated 'ab.gve..local jealousy and millions of. dollars worth'of sugar. ,This, too, is therefore: much more oti9o:
0. and':Baltimore $531,921: 86 factious strife, may# proceed to select candidates,. it must. be borne in'mind is_clear profit to the ". '
PU UIlU.DES-On Tuesday night last, some .. whose principles! ,'patriotism! !,judgment'and: de planters;as the molasses; pays all expenses. able.; _'The transfer. Cuba to-England,

r Individual or individuals, who probably,' -. ,had Total difference thus far in Oct %_. ,, cisioiq; indicate* + ,men* 'fit" for,the;time. and.the.occasion. : Where in the whole.Union,can you find fourteencounties rivethe fetters of._the'Cubans forever.' :::i

more .leisure than brains, strewedthewtAwm in favor of* tariff of 1846 .$680,117 44 '. "" -.; ''' ,".' -.1" of less than an..average 'population of ,Again, ye,citizens: the South,. EDgJallY *,
i .The i < If, on the other,hand'that'spirit: of ostfity.totheSoiith thousand in one single an abolitionist in theory, the very wens, Mrt $ with handbills, headed, in large ca pit ,#Pas returns recently published by,the Secrertary.oHhe .-, eight J1a,' producing eh
thirsoi'Politi4m1: domiaion ranch '.the abolitionist that. frees t, 2.
equal to abolitionist an
: agriculture! ; an ,
iO.t of duties received
6 ri. quintdeT And which seemed apparently, : object Treasury j1, z s, during offer! uS; :which,within,. !o/yea.rs.: *.'Pit,', has probable yield'of_ the sugar crop of this ;year!". and enslaves the owner. She desires to paw

+ 'i to.:.Senator,YCLEE for: eating,fish; in St.Aupth1 : ;the 1st quarter':.of the.1st year:of,the operation. .. displayed such increased power" and.systematicpurpose t.,> 'f :' .V ,.': thelsland. so that she more: effectually; :w"J

The thing was so unfortunately: point-- "of the Tariff 1846, which' ended on the 30th; ,.styml4,prevail;'it will'only remain for v [ q1DtUf c.- zD.l:] cause : f'aboIition.inthe. :: ..United Stat s ZfiW

'' Jess and wretched, that no one has as yet been of September. last,' shows .the' remarkable g L ,fact,'. our delegates inform their to withdraw fellow-citizens from:the of the!Conventionand ?failure of, ,-' 'CUB-LAND',THE"; UNITE.JJThere (S1'A' TE8. therefore:contribute: to your.debaseme either: : foreig?bathe:-O. ..

4 able to find out what it means,or what 'was its that.' while:" ... the.. Revenue" "' Tariff- brought'.. in i '$11070,000 ,.'--I thf} mission j /"'We shall. "
G II: ;:object and the_luckless author, if, .he can have : duringwtune,.the. fP.tective.Tariflfduring i at '!'|... U,party measuresldnk'5;:' into' in of men,the European,.the Asiatic: ,' and.the African Southern ,States, until the_ slave.holder w to

'" heard the criticisms showered-upon,'his abortion 'the corresponding. months of the preceding :. significance.. under the:necessity;fort's lt- r *. and the"formation of the. material'sur selves take the initiatory step'is aa attW J.
will hereafter entertain but a small opinion year,cnly' H ou8 ht' in'$6,125; ,OOO,'a';little. ervation;; and'party:divisions' "' -should... 'be buried, fade' earth to ustilai n'this; Pinions degrade your generosity,to,,and.::$*&& 9JI:9"t
:0 r ? in union fop defence- "e1" *$ of y"the .h, peems! .. .a'. o. ; th Q feeble race of Han f into>tyranny r.Iht\o\

: of his' powers of ,wit. Our', '..friend'RUGBY: ; more>than half hat was received by:the Rev-" *."(. zTbe" Itichrnob" ..... "t').viitrtt"Co'h'. ...,, > j)... )In. It!"! _1f._ totter,1' : ,-theeeotnens..a. :!: -were, .._ designed. ,'no,'!4oubt,, pression.: ? Such' is 'Y''ie 'purpose'ofshe .I.fur tt

sends us the fol1owiug\'Uqui.ud; the, ,pas rTariff to Stall,jjftirtherujM' .rhea,%f I 'approves, p.the. ,policy> 'recommended. ,. ,'. and' rsu'ggests .. -. fin'the arrangement.of the..world.for;the: habj- ; is permitted possess Cuba, even. t' tied!
.t J *' Tariff_the exports: ;.largely: exceed our tai p rts..: iatitatedb <' td-ti of dis- the slaves in the". Bo therp States,'spy tPthe
i ear __. "s" that, it be y the,Southern whigs. OuQt tTfo.hJJ) pccupation: r .these, .
t .. United States ih'jflugb hw P01? .
So for !; -' \; *# "" P fpTubajnustbepuritobe'frf
Protectfon.- aWhii Iionae'ofRepreserita4vesthisyear
l vet
t < ,David' i being thus fill'd,:allhisrefuse'discards : .FlOurt.... ,' .ie H foUbwing, ".. .e.remarks, which"', ....'.ft...:'appends,. i .tined._" .. >t raceSj upon :the' best': lan. to.promote a.
{ >
'As most suitable food'for that species of bards, ..; ''Intheteeth' (,--" ."ofthis.co- it will bo.seen'. 4 that. ..Jt'f fV'1. *I-* **-r f t-"&?**-"-*?*1ty'of ', free .unrestricted: intercourse, betweeji shackled as she'if; far the power of i 2:
1 : it Who,if fed by their,wit,would,die of starvation( ; evideaCe tfe.W. ':iO the Cotta "':, "" l envdeavorto .J. :*."." "' ..-.'; "''''iI ''f'tt':, ..!: '-'.! will sustain.and ropagatotheee jof
Bat inch food one complains that he .cannodigest ',-.. ,_. _' _. ',,<'i- .. .. ; 9 t e im j when.the them, lit..follows that >blinds being detached 'first. ; of =:<<
y those tft
: saddle. is;;.e, gaiaveiththe ti ePQUcyIPfoith .. ) governmerit 1 theiait S
., ... -.. : *_ North Le united a tus:{ 4 4 4'I' j tI < pprtjons of, iecessanilybelong tar; :the con-, riahtof hich is' hr.5
: Kingi :> trorp
r ..
1 .
,' $a'11 recover'earloop ;if.'as wejroggest' .. :11 .efit oftha L4WuN -i: 'Ua'olti "rJ; hi iRlitis j i.i -. tiguous'coatlnents: and ought bf right to
Jt they
? r : t .re. ?men all' roes ;, ,. .. gin ia a. Ityranny and. oPPreeston
jjell seek fodder alone wcjk; o t.his salvation i tt -'b 'iit fN6' d;: : mDot' eJtoo'i': i ed't" # '1" be ii "j -':'" : "'" < .t'e' fAWltf!
I tP JY P .. J1. ta .a''CondtIc << _. SBl c1i '. w1io .
t' ,
J : ;t.j "h"' : ,' ... ;: '" ,, ...
: ; ; i4 .>1l; ;" :\ . -K" e .1 .. : "'f-";A' .. ., > .,. f t.e'1:1"!." > :; ,

: .

I it

t ,,:"-,- '. j' -- ... .. ..: .-"- .
'-' Al1

,,"-,,. .., ... 4 .""."_.'.'.. ",.. ,. ..-, .'."". .. .
*" 'H .h r ,
: .
1 : r;'>" : ''' ''kFernand >' ,: : -,;" "i" '" "'' ",...,.,', "'.to" '.. "

YPic .114- rr

It -

.' -h\. ,
it .
'. .
.. .'. s

.n' j' .

.. Oeg, p." y one of the 6th it,st.l ces, the one'extending from the 31it'f Ocltpbitr" : r&-BiS1 ,,11 'eroh tuidiie\o'TPr;. ht !: ;1' : U'rC8 a .i1Sl fttP_ fiale' -' $'. : 1
FROM MEXICO.ntgft to the 31st of January ;i848, the prohibition to .fc P Insert, JD'Samnos;/T-Bellowsj'S. W D-g- :Salt ftrst{:Monday in February .crfjl848..le ; :WftESTA. .;., r ,
gj NEWS from France' Ory:vegetables 'potatoes, gett A A'Canova7FernaideiI&'FishWi .
T export } "f
d t.hfalker ''I sold oh.the firstMondayiu"Fe'b.: t-F ..iM t :
is the other T' \
feature in the news meal chestnuti &C4And .declaring in 'November 17th."St ,
: !
St.'Matthews ,Y T !
; roary next; between'the hOurB.tl0'& .I.Jc1J. ..J.U 7 ft. ,
,e of the Rifles. The accounts vigor, until the 31 at January.of the same Dear; :,8'in&tpFernandez&Bisbiee.4>IerchandU' 'to 2 o'clock I. j i.-_ > '. Ii''WHOLESAtE .' K
at the house of .
OD as "the manner of death first are. the provisions of tie royal ordinance of theS7th J,C amine;S L Borritt, A. Jernegak'I'Bellow lowing Lot, of land.:-EnochDantel's.360acres--thwdirate the fol : : ,AND.;; ::r t c ay
the -
.r-tW we hare >given on our page of J ulylast in relation to exportation In F &Bisbee.: ,. s .
of his land.or so much of said land as will sat'the, KETiJL "J 3 :. ;
the lips of a member dian corn and buckwheat, and their meal _* CIEARm \ -- -a 11
trom intelli- Taxes due for the same;for.the year !7 'in- :
from our .
rScTM tin the letter below we have anotbf : \. ""! NoT 14tL :- te Ocamulgee, Chase,.SaNOT. -. eluding all costs and, charges:. Said lands'an DRY'GbODS'1IARW.AJiE, __ '.. : '
correspondent whichf.1S, derived from Senator fiizwu- erm.--We learn from.the C+n- TaDAa1L" li uatedlJ ear; Clay, ding..on.the. Suwanee CROCKERYi.DJlUG, 'JG

'"SLesand of the facts is confirmedby the following, I i cinnati Gazette, that daring week before JasL at : 17th.-Steamer St.: ttthe,King, SaTaanat -. River,'and owned by James Herron iIomJiY : AB'It :; ti

the Genius of Liberty of mwfordsville Ta, a quarrel took place between -,. ; r ROBERT WATERSTON ; :
from mVJIfllt .
copy and .m.l ,
Senator Hannegan a Mr.E.McDonald, Shenfi-L.a. MVv v VM'MV'V. *t t
Wtt its in -NoTi2ch.lS47.eyy ,THE SUBSCRIBERS, at tJ e solieitatioa of,
which origin a year past .what iaeaid .' ; ,
die arrived at Perote was there .: JOSERH' W. Fl n.HAVZKO '
having : inahy friendsTTiave.EStABi.isHip themselves
bah>ne have been a mob, when McDonald ,he ", at:
both says '
and his command County StierilTs Sale
Walker Palatka for the
of bus
.bfCipt established purpose dtitag"general,
into the canal
knocked through the Senator's PALATKA, E.F.
fii together on the Paebla road till they got .This : as GENERAL figfe'first'MondayvtFebruary ttat;:1845. sinessjadapted to the wants and convenience of,
t QjtbeWwnofVireys. At this place Capt.L insrumen lity wa* Uiefiret_ .time COMMISSI.ON MERCHANT. nj; be sold on the< >first Monday in February -" RIVER +

j* order of tile commanding general, I the parties met since. The Senator wai attacked will ,attend to .any business, entrusted. "to, .hiscarevfwit5i W :!" next:between the hours, of 10 & AND.COUNTRYPQPULA-". '
by d e8pateh/t' to- ] ION J
f line much to Hoamantia, byway by McDonald-knocked down md trampled 2'o'c1oC]q'at the 'house';of Enoch ,Daniel's, the .
tip kis of San Francisco and Guapastla.S .- under foot, and his face horribly lacerated.- 'Novemberfl9>.1847v: tf following Lot of nd;--160 acres'of'first{rate WE ASK in return sufficient encouragement, ,

&o1l'ns arrival at Hoamantla a sanguinary en- After the Senator was released : he returned : Widi or so',much' of'said,land;as will'satisfy of consignments and business generally upon' i

ensued ia the streets between the with gun for' vengeance on McDonald, bat he W3FLORIDA LAND SALES; the.TaxMne'onthe; same, tor.the'1 ear'1847J;Inicluding'all which Uoeral advances' will be'mAde' .

eat Walker consistta of 250i men, had escaped. Sash scenes are BUU& to here: '! for1 vale, at Auction.on costs and charges. Said lands'. Our supplies are direct from New Yor ..' war i \
of B 1600, the gretted. y*of March; 1846, at the aitnatedoa Wacassassa River.'about' ranted and will be sold at t. to :V '_:r

s of the Mexicans, numering. of the County Site_of Benton county, East Florid miles from its month-and b "EdmundSchHver. twenty SEtfUCED PBI. C E R FOR C.A8llrOB; !
of which was the total expulsion! several tracts' of Land'in T u ownea :7 :
inllhip"21jRange ';"' TB.4DE. ". ,
%from the town and its occupation battle by our on Conditu: of Engiaad.-flit. Bennett, $f the 18, and in Township 24, Range 21.. '" l.' ". '. ROBERT. *. WATERSTON t.t: Inge.Praftlre..lhlg ht and sold ;;
tAle Sheri
little which lost in New York He.rald. in a recent correspondence, On the 14th ,- s "
army, day of March;at the Court Houst '-It 'n.llREED" CO. !
,it rhea But the gall ant \Valker of, afterper-the most thus speaks of the condition.f England; Of Marion, county sundry tracts in .'i 2th1847.; ,

' :,ng prodigi.of valor and feats pierced The aristocracy naaiatain 100,000 serranta, Township 13, Range f 20, Levy County S eria'6|$a c. The'fUUiWfas rises* PN.J.
ill single combat 200,000 horses $O OOG Sale i '1848" .. f p malt ,
first'Monday Ftbrvarynextt
i B who aJed dog, 100,000 groan 13, 21 r Vli_ *f ferir-Sttcfct; **,- "*-
ids spur of all ennged father! $ and 500,000 game of all kinds nil to minister to 14, a lj. .uTILL be sold on the ,first'Monday; '>n Feb- A ASSORTMENT' '
sonwhoseta1 <' : BEAUTlFpfc
11 the d eith of his their pride and u Y." 'jiext-between the hours of'10 &
refjl: pleasure. These, mea beasts, 14 U 'J2 ; rnary Of French .
he had '
the inn of .C.pt.Valker nnt birds 2''c1D at -House of'Enoch pants'the'foll i Muslinsj; Ginghams, ,'Englishand
/ \ItIleath consume the food idleness which 1'u1ts.-One-founh. the.,balance intfcree k the f ,
rhp ,
heedless of all I American prints of the ,
. ',1..U *.-ruAei forward, wouM feed the starving Irish aaiotfeersof, the annual instalments with interest in ad wmg Lot of'Land:-151'eieo rpf first rate most recent. style, ,
the and r
J !,to revenge his de ith, and attacking lower class. Here is tie dangerous condition vance. Or, if any purchasers should prefer.to. land,or so much of said land as*.Trill satisfy;ihe every: variety of quality: Cloths; Cassimeresy =
I Gambroons and
'tUh almost irresistable ariolence pI un- that is ioere.ising in Tax due on the same for,the year,1847 including ) .Vesting in great variety 1.
all ,
his bolyand slew him aliJSW1tIY. magnitude every ywr, and pay cash five per cent. will be deducted of Englisn, reJ eh' and .a'consistmg _'-
fcaeirinto hun- reaches crisis whenever any of the crops fail from the credit instalments. all costs and charges, Said lands are isitua- ': Broadcloths and cassimeres. MOAU .
lost two French and ;
Mexicans Eng
; The "In a population of Lists of the ted oh the Gulf near.the mouth of the Wacas ; .
s the late 27,004,000, which is particular tracts can be had by < lish Merino forDress'i atx'and'Pants.
M mea and three pieces of adjoining artillery;the town nearly the number of the three kingdoms only applying to any of the Post Masters in Bentonor >River, and owned by John W.:CLoud.ROBERT : OENTLEMENS'"jFURNI8H1NG DE-?.
a gully .
ate.thrown who. after the achievement of about 800,008 are electors while 43,000 persons Marion county, or they will be furnished, if !. WATERSTON, PARTMENT. I

AjTictoM the for hold all the land of the Empire, including applied for, by letter post-paid; addressed to Sheriff. ;.,T.'Q A
L object they, (the were dispersion despatched to enemy HuamantLi) mountains, hills, rocks rivers, moors" THE STATE REGISTER AT TALLAHASSEE;FLA. i Nov. 12th, 1847 Of ready Jgttt ASSORTMENT of thV latest style and'; I .

r. and directed their course JOHN BEARD, Register. Administrator's Notice. of the best-material such 'Dress Frock
the as ahd 1
tca+ place PennsylvlU.-* official returns of the election Public Lands of the State of Florida. ALL Creditors Legatees and en. ,
which Sack coats Pants
the Pueblu road they 110 ,Jackets and Vest Linen and
gu rinal on present the following results for Governor ,. 1
thireiLririih Tallahassee Nov. 1347. ,3m' Nov 19, titled to distribution in, the Estate of Cotton shirts 'silk linen '
JLl ruhoat any oppo3itio.n.nd : and cotton drawers.
Oeu. Lane the combined Aineri- Seymour Pickitt, deceased, Notice is Hereby. Collars, a beautiful assortment of Neck'stocks ;
Shunk .
14-6,113 IVJBW CASH Give That administration on the estate of ;
into l'uebL.a ties and handkerchiefs almost
continue its much of
forCe Irvin W. 128138 every variet1ofStyle'and
STORE. said decedent
was granted on the 23d day of
iu state insurrection,it enterriplitooBS ; quality suspenders of all kinds
this city Reigart N. 11;207 "ELLVILL'IAM 7 .
RUS January, 1847, by the Judge of Probates for the scarfs linen cambric handkerchiefs. ,
delivering at every step a consI&Dd ;
which I Lemoyne, Ab, 1,677 just at the STORE County; of Duval, State of Florida, and that their BRITANNIA.. TIN ,
Fell directed fire of musketry, The entire HAVE opened ROSS a ; AND. WOODENWARE
Tote the
State Gov-
throughout for claims and demands will be barred at the end -
2eJ till the retreated and orderIIr.stored doors West of the Post Office in this :
not enemy ernor 287,137. Joint vote of Irvin, Reigart and of two years from the day of granting said Let ;
A and new and choice Teakettles coffee and
( in every quarter.! place, large selection tea pots mugs and spittoons 5
Lemoyue Shunk's
141,021. majority over this ters of Administration unless filed and made to
a.Bea; of whom we heard so much lately, I vote 5093. of Dry Goods Ready Made Clothing, lamp feeders pans,basins;pails buckets,
,.a four hundred guerrillas to Atlisco. HatS; Caps, Boots & Shoes; Wet & Dry Groceries appear within that time. Of which all persons foot tubs .dusting pans, measures. wash kettles, #'
concerned will take notice.
.glnta Anna was at last accounts in Tehu- A Tax en Old Bachelors. 'bill has passedto Crockery, Hardware, &
IJ dt 108 GrilIudJ.S. having been deserted by a third reading in the New York Legislature in New York City with great care, which Adm'r. of S.Pickitt deceased., muffin tumblers, drainers. dippers, shaving 1
ja followers with the exception of two hun- to tax old bachelors and widowers seven dol- I, they are anxious to sell to the inhabitants of boxes, large and small wooden tubs, trays,, i j
November Sw
lars each, the proceeds to be applied to the East Florida at Savannah prices, or at prices Jacksonville 1847. and bowls, willow wagons and cradles_ keelers

lit Monitor Republican publishes letters "support and common school education of the entirely below what goods,have ever been sold U. S. Marshal's Sale. clothes and pins'matshandled baskets, brass J ti
}jaQaereUro of the 23d. There were then orphan children of the towns in which such for in Jacksonville or vicinity, FOR CASH, or I virtue .of a writ of Tieri Factor, issued and, iron wire sieves, whips brooms washboards

putt deputies there, and a quorum was ex- bachelors and widowers uhoJl reside in Exchange for Cotton or the various other out of the United States District Court chairs,tables and stools and wateringpotsconstitutinga 'I-I

tyA before the end of the week, Santa Anna -- Products of the country. Among their articles for the Northern District of Florida. wherein very complete i Assortment.

fcjrritten the government that he would a- The following paragraph skews t way theyare may be found, Josiah Gates is Plaintiff and Cornelius Taylor. HARDWARE AND CORDAGE. ,
&their orders at Tehuacan. temperate in Massachusetts: Prints from 6% to 22 cts. 39 yard, Defendant-I have levied upon and shall on Table. and pocket knives of almost every Variety .

(feof the first duties of Congress will be to 'Mr. Groceryman said a tolerable well-dr Madder printS fast colored; @ 9 cts. yd. the first Monday in November next betweenthe of .pattern, butcher, shoe and oyster knives, !3

fie being sapporteJ by the Pvros. We which there were several customers "have you Bleached Shirtingyd.wide. 12M cts. yd. day, expose at public sale in front of the Court shovel and tongs, brass andirons, buts and' 1 J!

1notjet dipped into our Mexican files soIrs any fresh corned pork "Yes. ma',m." "How Colored Cambricks, @ 10 cts. $ yd. House in the City of Jacksonville : All the screws, braSs copper, and clout nails' tacks and i 11

'! to find out what were anta Anna charftjjjtnsi much is this sugar a pound :'u One shilling, Brown Sheeting, yd. wide, .10 cts. yd. right, title and interest, which the said Corneli lima rasps and files,in R reatvari e t y. Carpen .tt

hIm or how he was released from ina'um." "Let me have" she continued, lowering Nails @ 6V. eta, $, pound. us Taylor had on the 10th of May, 1843, in and ters' Tools, Door trimmings locks,pad and j;

Cement.If her voice, ;half pint? of gin and charge it Brown sugar, a good article. 10 cts. *$ pd. to the following tracts of land viz :- chest locks, cupboard and trunk locks axes .h

iure seen :letter from a foreign house in as sugar on the book." Loaf do @ 16 cts$ A tract on the St. John's River, near the shovels and spades, large and'small hoes hooks M i

Jan.daed tha 2S:h ult. It describes busiWB Choice'Teas,@from 31 cts. to $1, $pound, month of said river, called the Pablo Tract of and hinges, dog collars and chains, sad irons, k'

n'Cl'Y dUll std confirms Santa Pride.-l>My brethren," said Swift, in a sermon A good article of Molasses, @ 40 cts.$gallon. land situated in Duval County, State of Florid coffee mills, iron and steel squares, brass candlesticks .rl

in.jreiire.atfai from thecomujaiid. ot the ur- there are three sorts of pride,-of birth AND sundry other articles too numerous'; to and bounded on the North by the St. John's bridle bits,buckles and stirrups, percussion '

IT. The wnier thought there would be a of riches, and talents. I shall not now speakof mention, at corresponding prices, comprising River,on the East by Sherman's Creek;running caps sporting powder, trying squares, ;f\

m of Ooii.ress early in November.iiuii'kjMoJcridos .- the latter, none of you being liable to that many fancy and other GOODS, not usually with the meanders of said Creek to Kings Road, spokeshaves, rules, gimblets, nobs, brass buttons 1'a,
have the ascendency in abominable vice." kept in the Duval County Stores. thence along said road,to lands of Lewis Mattair ; drawing knives, pinchers, horse and ,

titbIy, the wnter thinks there would be ahOaar We trust that we have commenced a permanent -' ; on the West by the St, John's river; I curry combs, a 'general)assortment.of brash ,- I K'

\ .,ce if the United States would East India Cotton.--The following are the business in this place, and 'are.satisfied thence running with the,river to .the.place of .be ows'bed cords,"tarred and hemp rope, seine* m

asm:to moli.'y ome of her late.propositions.The exports of cotton in each (1 f the following-years that if the inhabilanCs of bst Florida wi1f look beginning; this tract. conforming to a plat'of and net twine,sail twine;clothes" line fish. .. lines .;' :

GrncrJ P.tttF>u, will be as follows : to Great Britain : 1843, 80,376 bales ; 1846, as we will not be undersold; in any Johns' Circuit Court under a decree of-parti- DRUGS AND, MEDICINES.' ;. ;

The\ieorgia V lJunt er with the supply train, 437721847151786. case.Jacksonville tion, made by the St. Johns' Superior.Co in A good assortment of drugs and medicines,con .

rill move to Mnta Fe tu J?y ; uen. Oushmg Nov. 19,1847. 6m 1827, and containing about, six hundred.acres. stating* of a mcr=great*. joe* variety of"articles. in KA the line ; I
,ill nurch to-morrow morning from Smta Feto Commodore DeKay has, from his own privatef Pay Att niion.ALL Also a tract of land,known as the Forbes Tract, 1 (0 m p ,JI mJ ..j,1'

Son Jam to which place forage Jus been in Js, paid every cent of the expenses of the who are indebted in any manner to the bounded on the South by lands belonging to TEAS. ..

scat; Sea. Patterson, wuh those attached; ;oiii recent voyage of Macedonian, amounting in firm of BELLOWS & SANTO will Lewis Mattairon, the West by the King's Roadonthe Young hyson, old do, Twankay, Gunpowder '

staff, will lea; vein the morniu; an I march the aggregate to many thousand dollars. please make immediate payment of their accounts North by the North fork of Sherman's: mperiaL, Bohea.. Ponchoncr,.Souchoner. II

ia6.mJuan: the same J.. ..-Genius of Liberty, to Mr. Thomas B Bellows, 'who is alone Creek, to the mouth ,thereof and fTP }*the] SUGARS, &s r I

irii iui. Punch gives the following in evidence of the authorized to settle the business of the old firm. mouth of said Creek to the mouth of an Inlet of defined loaf, crushed do, Muscovado, (bright,) .

virtue ofthe famous mrcassur oil: If instant attention is not given to this notice,' the sea, about one mile South of the. St.Johns' Liquoric paste,,rock pmdf, West. India Molas :|

LITEST FitOM EUROPE.Ej We understand that a celebrated noblemanof it will be necessary to place these accounts in Light House, and on the East by the sea beach s sijavana honey. :.- '>

tie arrival ofihe Cambria at Boson, late sporting notoriety has caused several gallonsof the hands of the proper authorities for collec- to the place of beginning, and conforming tp a COFFEE, \tfc. j.

ceDigmce ia received from Europe. The ac Rowland's mae>tssar to be scattered over his tion. THOMAS B.. BELLOWS plat of survey made by Joshua A. Coffee, on file Java green, do. Ground mocha, chocolate,and >

Dmta of in estates, for the purpose of preserving the hares. Jacksonville Nov 12th, 1847. 4t in the Duval Circuit Court, under a decree" of prepared' cqcpa.. f '." ''ef
commercial distress Europe are .
The experiment has proved quiet successful ; Administrator's's Notice. partition of the Duval County Courts 1839,. CANDLES -- a i

Uolj. The following are the W,08t im- and some hundreds of hares, lying curled up in C IX MONTHS after date I,shall make and confirmed by the,Circuit Court of; ,the, Common sperm and tallow, and wick. ..- 1
application 1
ptat items: various portions of the ground, have been discovered I to the Honorable of Probatefor County of Duval at the May Term, J647-coij* SOAP. ',. 1
wherever the icossar was used. ; taining about one thousand seven hundred and. haying, white,scented, variegated do and fli
Kwfsry A/alrs-The dis.tstrous monetary the County ofAL1.chua for final settlement i :
.a .
sixteen acres- each tract .being a part of the brown..: -ili 5.1
rents recorJeii in our last advices has dur- of accounts and vouchers Administratorof "
my as
Grant pwie.bl'the Spanish Government to Andrew TOB CCO. ," "-; il
itlelast fortnight continued to rage with The want of a Comma.The following wonder the estate of Joshua Miller,late pf said coun and
of 18s. :
dWd ,Dews. on the 3rd day September, Plug,16 cavendish ladies' twist, pa- [
fees sev rity involving several additional in physiognomy is recorded in the advertisements $y, deceased. 79i, and confirmed. his widow and heirs,.on per tobacco, coacaboy snuff, scotch, doJTegaliaj f

,and diffusing a deep and impenetrable of an exchange paper: SEK1NGER, Adm'r. the 4th day of May, 1S04-said tracts include principe moya la norma, and' other 74 brand) e

$a throughout the whole commercial com- Ban Away.-A hired man named John; his August 20th, ,,,1847, 6mt the*town of Hazard, the steam saw.mill, on the and common segars. : ? t

"aitj Io of Great Britain nose turns up five feet eight inches high, and Tax Col.ector's Sale.ON beach, and the ecite. on which the St..Johns' ..' FISH. ;'

fora such of a point of intensity has the inaccesJ tad on a pair of corduroy pants much worn. Monday the eighth day of]May next, A. Light House stands. Herrings. sardines salmon mackerel and cod.. '
money now arrived, that there is D. 184S between the usual hours" -
of sale ROBERT .MYERS, Marshal, WINES LIQUORS fa \
9*wlj ithoac tin Y one house which can be looked The quantity of wine consumed in France is on that day; will be sold for the State and Coun By his Deputy, G.-HtriurxaErs.. Brandy;. ,l P ]%co, do Bordeaux, Ja- *

te : suspicion, no matter how exal- forty millions hectolitres. The quantity ty taxes so much_of the following named tractsof U JKars'haPs Qfftce; 1 naija spirits, old Ration rum do 1 to 4.proof i|

po tiou.V e m.y avoid further enun- wine imported from all countries into England land as will pay the same and all necessary >Augustine. Sept. 17, 1847. > EIoIUtQd and Schledau. gin,'Whiskey i Scotch do: ;f

last hive bj stating that altogether fifty-five is only 360,000 hectolitres, so that France consumes expenses,viz; Lot No.'11, sea 31, Township 1, N ft.-The'reservation of four acres,.including = ([a fine article. ,)) Madeira}. j ire Howard. ;.Marsh at';
11I2. lie either broken down or suspended upwards of one hundred times as much South, Range 272and; Lot No, 6. Sec. 32, the Light House.wjJ first' be offered for & ''co', do.'Marseille3. and Meta L. .Pale sad S J

tithe 18th departure of of the last steamer vine every year as England does. same Township and Range;j-allwhlch is supposed sale as above, and.tb.6,remainder; in separate BrownDuff-. l' ,, Gonjon &'cpi:,- Sherry. ,Port, Cham- t :
iojU Binlt October it was announced that to belong to Simeon Rouse,'sad lies within tracts,.,made known on the day and at the place pa e, Hocij sparkling tin 1832, Bordeaux. wiaegar,7ondotiPorter

st of Liverpool had been compel- Tennestee.-Up to Monday, lit fast,there had the County of;;DuvaL, Three years' taxes of sale,, in quarts and_ pints.Assorted t''

ithe iU8pend payment been no choice of U. S. Senator The Legislature are due on, the above lauds. r7 The above, safe is postponed until the PICKL7S ,BAUCE.q 4-e. &

JP tfthe aunufacturing district general stop- had balloted in convention 9 times. Messrs THOS. LEDWITH first !Monday in December next Nov 5. in Half gallon glass jars, do in:bottles, +f t
threatened and the very Ez Ofllcio Tax Collector D.C.' mtishfoom r.
'dliyes tomato do
Netherland and received capersy catsups, ,.
P*decline Reese Topp the principal 7
in the revenue for the last quartttc Jacksonville, Nov..l2th, 1847. NOTICE.. fish sauce;assorted kinds pepper sauce e Ugh .::1
tes that a change is the supportNtn '--- -- >L porsons havingcl3ime sgainstthe Estate
coming over Herlftts :' A < ton's bitterS lemon syrip'sngai! ; of lemons,lime ti
> le. -
j not the people which cannot but in- of )fariu l Olivilla, late bfHillsborough juice West IjidiJi1. 'oil' lt
salad ancho
J ; l\
virtue of' writ of Fieri Facias issued preserves, .
a _
tie future consumption of articles 01'pz.1d Use of the Da rruotrpt.-The Art BY ,: county,'deceased,will present them to,the subscriber 'fIe, :" '- '- t ,' "" 'r. .& J i
Union that M. Brunei contractor.on'the from the.Circuit Court *of the Eastern the. law l.
necessity.ng stys u tjme.prescribed} by": ; rthey' :OILS., i-
in the general gloom which Italian and Austrian Railroad from Florence Circuit of the State of Florida, holder for,the .will be barred; md;;those'indebted. tq.the :Fall and Winter,' strained. refined and_ i

l ala dl other branches' of trade. our cot- Pistol*, h,is a 'daguerrotype picture sent him county of Alachna an4.LeVYn.said State,* directed said Estate willjnake payment to unrefined ehale'taiinerstratga: : sperm linseed, ,'neats-
which the 'o "to all and every the Sheriffs; the State '1 ASHLEY Administrator. *- *. .,
state f WILLIAM, '
evening represents *
'fr1ag the post fortnight has been every .. foot and olive. -
,, uid. Hirdly was works at the point where it was taken ''Thushe ofF: orida,n bearing data on the 5th.day of June; Tampa,'Oct''8th,:1847. M 8w .* '. 3 '.
htan anything M1SfX'Lr.4NEp'U 'So
A.D .I847 Will be sold on Monday the day : .
6th *
." ajtpecolationand very little taken fur has at the end of every day exact ''informa of December, next, within legal ,hours'or-sale, Sberiff's Smle.rw:; .'R, J(cePo., .'barley, oat,' m I"at: ? {:;copperas-- ,

toe trade of course limited their oper- tion of the progress of the work at both ends ofthe. in front of the Court Houae..,In the,Town of virtue of a writof fi.f:issued out of pipe clay,. Spanish float ndigo fig ,blue, Lon .

-thetdhte wants; so that the sales .line, and of the style in which the bnildiu"has Newnansville, in the county\ of Alaehua in said BY the Superior,Court} for the) District of East don starch. ,' ."wick.. ', Li 4 u blacking-; ',pints'an Jqu y

".II.torn are of small amounc. been conducted. r atat.'a Negro Boy.- by the name. of'.Georee;; Florida.for the Countf of Duvalj; I'will 'expose rtaj paste,in" ,tin.cases.* Shoe and scrubbing
tnarzet is of course sensibly influ- to sale in front of the Court House in the brash eon brooma.whiaks pipes Germaztpip'es
b ____ .. aged about,30".years., Levied upon as the'pro public .e ; ,
J th e nupwallelei stringency of the OBITUARY. party of the estate of Francis R.Sanchez de
'.'?7 lI'n.e 5 an J in quo: lious ior iOlcrior parcels.u hours qf sole on that day,a'certain negro female gtu>}'arabisc, oi7 peEpeigwnty.alidafloui'salpharp 5
has St. John's bar Monad for New York, after a .Burritt is Plaintiff, and John J. Sanchex. Administrator : p ,y
depreciated from ?8 to 3s per sickness of three days with infiaxjution ..of the .of the estate of F. R.Sanchez deed, slave failed Chloe, and her cbild George taken borax refilled. and" glaisof ,.
ij'k' *** D1 sal h* also reeeded in valve in'execution u"the'propertIot'Joseph B.1 Lan alTeizes ajxd qualities, hiteEIeaddry and
brain, HARRIET only daugbtejr of Doctor.Andrew is defendant.' -.Property pointed out by -JohnJ. : '
vcrl limited demand. caster,to satisfy an execution favor of Gould, .oil chrome'greep'andyellow ocljre} paintbrushes
bo If and Harriet C tone aged 2 years and 11 Sanchez, Q4ml11Istrator.r said estate. L
h"1'se "dands-Anthcr Pauline Approach.lacreaaing months. '.'' >; THOS.;, a 'BLUSt.SherUf.' Banks &;;Co.TH08.LEDWITII all,.sizes,lainp black, nutmegs, mach;
difficulties under which : Ne trpa refill e' E;lr.N Y'Sth"41. ; Sins ...tA"ugi27.1847.J ,,; : ;sheiiff,''&a- cloves! ,'itu e.'to.;* Isinglass,; "essence .of'roSe,
tlDple ,
of]reload -- ,. sale .has been- postponed'tarhoaatMondayinNorem Ltnntergreenlemon"ratige.'and
>h appear to be suffering, as ; .n-.The".aboTe p eppermwt r\;
a UdYolIlces cum the most painful at- l Per U:S.. l Steamer- .' a Ocimolgee a e from'. Savannah ; "Tax ,c 'ee qr.8. JSalc.O' ,. >;Sinext, ,;, ,0ct,8, bergambtj cinnamMi. friction inatcjiesj;,carbon= 1.

Ii. t Two appeals,the one from Mr.TreYJ'- November Mthy-Mrs; Bradley" :and'3children N' Monday,the |3th day of May next,,,((1848)'between ). :,"The above sale Js postponed! until the ateammowal, >;stre, soda, for'wa" itag; :London; o,

i dthe other from Sir John Burgoine,ad- Miss Gibb. Miss Burritt 1-Messrs- H HWilliams the(usual. ,)b oars.of sale oa'that' firstdiotiday.inDecembe: next..'. : : ;Nov 5, iggstard.t ttine. pepper, piwderednutme{ 'do
% "'mlf"oo'iold ;
to the British have, been nb- > ii Iy : .fort the/ Stateand, BountyTaxeSj'so ., ', .' ; I ghig'pprlct otaIlhindr.
th W.are implored people to extend, ,once mow p_. 8 L Burritt i Scott,,BJ:Williams. ,Oak- mticliof'the: '"following.named:;tracts .....FR Tax olleet.ot1s'Sale.t* ; "nt'DO1qU iparillaj sponges- coarse, and. fine, halk1'etl .

l+ Dfch4rity to the snfferera an the,west ley,' C Irby,. John., Sammia, .,.hammers. ." ,',T. Stark. 'J of land, as. will paythe; san, e/and, all,necessary? 'f\8. MondaXthef Xth fyy<.of.;:February'jnext' ; andwhite--pans,whited5paBsl; brown,' Venetian .
tf orlon d .' 1rm..ft expenses, viz: 10,050/acres pf; land;; on the St. \J (1848) between tb.e;nsual ;hours: .sale ied&wd: tar.and .
; and the.statements made of the A,Sparkma B S.F ,.Md. Capt. NerrilsljPer '; : ; / .paper, pumicostone. rosin ,
I, Joh n'ti River :Imown as the Bayard,.Tract,and one t atjfoy,4Wm; ;: Gs.jpoldjigir/] State andCountyTaxes ; '
distress ; Japan j.co Tarps' 'rottentanc'acid ,
'ell g two so ,
by gentlemen U.;a AJaii'Steamer $tC Matthews. from "so'intich ; ,
; of jiamed :
ted WIth the ; belonging 1)'L.'CUnch;>2S2 acres of land on ; ,. "Uiej'foUowing ., sto etvo. bloc' h ,,.,iii g. vahnfs8
: ca8eoa5not we v& .. ,. Jt .
P'I acv'nnah t0' erA Jndeip :Bisbee' NOT; 17th 8L, :Eirer known aa the $t.Josephs tracts of Land,-L,vill the.8 June and all necessary > "2',
be impeached. ,It is.indeed. mb4 ... -' .1. the John : "'.- .. ., : l P', sa..eJ'&t. ..r!o 'boft. teotan. ,
'! prospect for winter? _Wi ,:why 'M',Polk' MM Houston. ;: ifrjJal. u1 J''lMcmi' :WWright I, .Tract,and"$belonging;.theest4te'af-waters. ; expense dAlvawzli50acrea, yizt:..750 acts of land belongiii ilJ1' rJ.mAMuv1,1n'i.- rcoichsnufTalcoholstarch. .
mess .. n : ei OAR: Smith;; aorta. of.land on t1te t.Joh' River .. to Anto i belonging to .liauptiwbalL ,bath: briayY.f
inour OFU minufacturinjf, ;,,, d. Wood. w ..J.. r..UD".: TQ. L. ...S'1i,. '.- tf\-, hnowft as the EuU"Tract;retorned by B.A. Ja ies A'Bardin :.'600', acres belonging to.:,1Ir&: dared" x "olive"oil bottles .J.k t
ik $ froci the ato pt mil anh 4 II : r gw g' in: ,
: .. ,
-T DCleai IlastA.Sesler J M Johnston Davis 63 'mhrI ,, "
der+!agementof trod it to ierons > ,;;. Putnam a? agent for Hall i 420Q,acn :of landbelonging Mary Antf J acres betonging n 'i&u1 ,- ;'4.r. .

Ott, poor of Ireland rillagaui! ,'bee & Polk;.J Freeman> ,and BEtewart .to E. Pohl& Son; :190 acres':belong*, Grimelli' *340 aererrettirred hy Daniel B:G ardtier" :"2'OG,. M A : WITH4 ,G AT't' {
o iiiyjlej: Tod retafne4byWiai::, .*lOt-: { 000'scres-belongiiigto'Moaeti l E.:sLe ; "-t _,'.'
to _
o tot relief from the affluent and ing t "" .,, d A.JZ:TY0fslier \0)-
=.aa. both in this country and..in ou/ lfi. llii E1. .: 'EtLIU C ., ward aa'ajentj J 000 acres belonging to EPohl" & : 31"-ttares. let edD1C 1 ,8c1io returnedas'beTlonging elan,ran ;.[.:and, fkncy:.( oodsi tationciycitttltryf t ; t

.ad. d indeed 'wherever the, Englbhitis .r. -! Sonreturned by John.Kingsenr> geD ;'t{Dd agent for' childand 80' acres w Wart< ,hardware.. ,;ha icapa.3 .., 't.tth0esi. ,
TU11o.r'.4Dth JOT.whicli Jand is -;* ,
iI >s SPOken. ration PORT, OF, 'JACKBO. !, OVi.l F 350 acres beongmg.tIlCQrue1iUse; t .:rAlfreCTaylor;, ; .tisilsbia C." :10"t ;
&furtheraggr ,_ ... -
tilt > ,
-' ., above land being within the County/of;;Du m thecoUJ1t1,qfDI1ialM,4H: "< -
.L1 fOf'croci ..
\ that crime is ; 'jjAJ { '
amity alarming- : }
4 ARBIV'ED. vaL ,TPP&LEDVVITia/8herjff-Mid> .. : .' :""h\TBO&dLEDWI", f Sheriff .oral", = A.SQRT4'JEwa '" .

'Dtni1 district' of the sit-' l Nof/14\nv-tr t teamcr' bpamaieeiB.Chas ann- ,: ;, ... .:.,Ex:".i ..T2.Col1"'D.o.' .t1tf -I. Ex-qfiiciblftr CoDe. .'P.045, ".:complete; ; "" :..., ".
'' .
'; tur-'nl"n.1.es, iwo l'OTal W1.< nab via Darieo, Brunswick, Bt'MaryB" ,*,l to _'Ja0k60II..1'J.1,. -OV.,:jpith- ;. $41t.i4 r. "'.. *.' '' .bcmm; ." f' 'oTi 4 :J"tH.t;" "('.',.. ." ,1. /". ..':.'_jt.'Ii". Yo'"J D.wt4f \, ( ."( wJ'j.J<"f ".;.',.t.r1 ,-h",;.. :
i'Jl. r ;" . f" : J 0 1," 'IpZf ,
.-r ._( .".') t..L .."..'"J yL r""V- .t i .tr't". Xltt. 1.1j r f"taff- :' : .


\ J .

,U -, : -" .'t. .' .,.','' "./,,' -,"-. .; .... 'E .".;-,.. .,<;,:: ,. :','.:_" '. f .
lOr. 4" .. & _._..'

',';' .. .',,,, L .'. .. ,. ,, .. .,....,.. ",, _
'r" y >"; ",. .' ."<"> -, .,.'.' ,!"'"V :; ""' -: ..f. :t1r'i''F., t.'' .,i -\ f' q. .i\ t 1t : -"-"":'.!',:i..r.- .," ;.-" '' ':"" '. ,
:V 'Y' ,
:11&. .'
It ,

*! H' t .

m 1 ,.
;. J
t .s 'II',
\ ; c

I '. "..,.'.',...-:. y ""' ", '' 'ff. i". t.. aS! :, '. o '.1 '. -- M*-> .' --- '
: f __- .. __ V. J _I .: V '1 V I r'. 1J1ii. -1f' '
w I -7 I V V V L V ', V, I .. V .. ; V'.4. ,", ',' .-. V !." .' I,; V '. '.... '''t''A''lf, ". _
-elACARD.: *.i rA I I .SOUTHE1tNRS1; "o1'-i' p( .\iJ t AP., !. YJt t'ckF: "'k2 ;' {. : ."' "i V <., .i.F%r f,!j.< ''1" f ,, .,., VVJ. "V .b1pLaiid prtWjj-Vb4.YArequize

( / 1 Establishment.R. ,TO'THEi CI7'IZENSOF.; SOUTH!CAROLINA .1 .D R rf..N gj V VV V ,- ; ".'. ,";, Is 1 ts6 bl h the.:t tl '

i R RICE of Charleston; .SiCwould.: ', ;GEORGIA;; :-ALABANAj MIS _,..-.tJ.J 7.,7.. .,...'- .,',n))..,4L4&Jk1iLE : V V ,;; ; '" ti actth RtpterR d'Recettetot .
ul inform the citizens of Jacksonville and SISSIPPl TENNESSEE; ',FLORIDA,.' ,:V .: ";. '. _ice,nd maDrpijb ,ftr "
4 'iy that he has commenced the:'TAILORING ,'LOUISIANA: ,"&cLLpW + V V V "V ; '; "- N.V Vk :. ,.''.arSir. .v'... V.''. .,V 7.1Viw, ti_ ,1.ti",:' V r c. .... ,, r 1 k!'1. a,,aititat: m'ndi.riiii' V

t : BUSINESS in all its branches in this place, 4\\ ,ME.to call your attention to onYof LmID : : 11mm{ '.! ; 1 1'L. ; 'h :a1tDointed.tord ee

and .trusts by superior;Cut arid',Workmanship, lI..the':greatest',,and: most useful, medicines! dJtfJm. OH:- : '1'' ,...<, ,1., 1J-, V .".'_.' o.p P oJia1 ur"'th:J. d ;r ri

1I : to merit'a share of public:patronage.'. He wilt ever discovered.. It'is'npt my,intention to tax V.V; : 'V .( tLEE.& :JUD O ,r. V BY: THE ,PRESIDENT OF-THE laid i othnwh A'1ril1b ft.6

keep constantly on hand afresh supply of the : IOU'"ith-a'1 ng' and "tiresome!advertisement Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY.WAR& ; : VNtTED'STA'TOSF r-H V i. 'RICR.A.BD JrfOWiG.t

best French and English Cloths Casimeres, and i but I lay before you testimony of the most HOUSE .68 CEDAR SmEETe iraoCBof V t .V Mcli l i Gtn'tlI IiJ 0Ji';
1' Vestings. : respectable ta 'in the United States most which is.devoted V to exhibition. andf: sale Ik pursqknce priawrli JJtMfef E fPO : B i ',

:. ALSO, a variety of ready made Clothing, of my certificates are from the city of Say.annah1 o f the Single,Article rt V -V r 5 V; 8jd!nt at th.;.Unit a;' f j' ,:; V _-.

,. suitable for Jacksonville trade which will be where I reside, and many from'your,own State, V declare nniJmake. -: 'Clre1 lt. COHTU ',*&
sold cheap for .. where the MVisdwithVgreatandas; -. PRINTED .A-\J.JlGOES.: o hereby V 'jBAjTMtsCntcDrt ..FtbwDjLt.Ia'jm; ;V a
: Jacksonville October 15 '47. tf V knownthat1 !public 'sales vr ill"'ba-held ,1 ..wCOLTftlBlA. SsSarab
f1 tonishing c ;:;it,has Ji yed itself to-be superior Their: prese t/! Stock? c6nsistsrof'neariy; COVltT1'., )

to any'other; Medicineforthe/ cur ,of; Oiie Tl o1i8.nc: PacliasesvEmbracing at the.unHerimientipned" "LandO' -$' ith. : Hunter-, :> \ ,In Cb
t1j; I In Circuit Court and which it will. do in the ..VI. I .]
Fever. Ague be aithe
hf EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. o very ''some, TflOUSDS t ot:'o erent' t { ;: ; ;periods{ EUJa; HIU&er '
short Has :Bill for
I ,space/of Twelve Hours.it never,been } y .
h 3 COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: known to fail to effect.. .certain ,cure. The patterns! and colorings,. and',C nj 1' Si g'everything hereinafter mentioned, 10.wiii ..j. '(LMwvingbeen 1 made let appear to ,U .

December Tern, 1841. Medicine is a harmless and a, tasteless j, one, .desirable in the line, FOREIGN arid -At the Land Office at AUGUSTINE commencing .. 1. fcction', ofi,the,Co_,'th Eijok;
Isaac P. Hardee and Robert 1 DOMESTIC V r on Monday,the seventh day of Febnut-; the Defendant in theabove:: ,.
hich,will.make, it the most popular; Medicinein. i : \ f \ i; J.* Bamedi
". I IL Hardee merchants and partAttachment: : the Southern States... The Medicine contains ;All,otwluckare. offered fof.sale. for cashier; ly.next,1; for.the ;idispoaal 'of,.the poblio.lands sides oat of the State,of florida and bmSf

ners, trading under the name, Sum sworn to, i no',mineral preparation whatever but is a satisfactory credit, at theLqTPflICky. S within'the undermentioned 25hipaoftownships1'iz and part juris ctionof: this Court, ,,0n- motion ofS?

: style and firm of L P. & R. H. $154, 06 harmless.Vegetable matter only. To Ianters,: b the, < ,-L. T. ,>>',;.., i?. "*? :j- : V ;: 3 .V tagtoar JO; Ives, .Eaqr Solicit r' for. tht;

{ Hardee, Bond filed for this Medicine,is,a valuable preparation, as.it V ,, PIECE O&PACKAGfc. 4 South of the base line and east ofthe principal! plainant' V VV..

vs. $308 12 cures all .cases.in; twelve hours and does not New Styles..are received:almost every day r -j ,meridian, f ; \ It it Ordered, Jhat_tie said .El.& B

;. : Nickabud Hauler-son. \ require any time to be lost ; all thatto. be and many,.of them are got up for our own sales. :Fractional. township'twenty' of rangethirtyTownshipsfiftysix be required ttf ppe-tr to the coiBplaina

THE Defendant and all others interested are done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. and not to be found elsewhere. o ne. c complaint within.four months,or a LitGftt..t

: . : notified of. the commencemen t l9r.the To the Rice Planter it is' valuable Medicine, n- Printed lists of prices,,corrected from (except sectiori.six, sey. canfesn will Be taken agAinst him. '

II. above entitled suit by attachment, returnable as.it does not contain any mercurial or mineral, day to day, with every variation in the market, veri'eighteen'riineteen,"thirty,arid,thirty-brie) Aad it isfvrtkers.Ordeitdr ,That a

.' ; to the December Term of said Court, to wit: preparation whatever; and i(therefore"a'safe are placed in the hands of buyers. arid ftevenafldSeCtiOflneVtwr' ;. :three, Order duly certifitdbrthe Clerk'o eoPfctGa tbia.

4 ..: the third Monday in December next, and are Medicine for'those'who are liable to exposure. Merchants will be able to form some idea of four,five;! x; sePt eight, nine, te; eleven, fifteen be published m some JNewspa per primejfjp

.: required to appear and plead to the declaration I: beg you, do not let me have to ,tax you:so the extent and variety of our assortment, when L' ;- ,seventeen" eighteen, nineteen, .twenty,I the:Eastern,Circuit .,'of Florida. oaca & 'Sconsecutively
>* *i therein filed according to law. V t twenty-one, and twent .iw ,in township fifty- for Ion'months..
e often with advertisements, certificates, &c. :It we state that the value of,our usual stock of r
.:: W. M. IVES, Plaintiff's Attorney. has already proved itself to be what I say itis, this ONE'ARTICLE, is at least wice .the value of eight of range thirtyeight.V V < THO:, DOUGLAS Jttfct

4 : Alligator, E. F-. July 30th, 1847. 4m and the greatest proof is, every body is recommending the entire stock of dry, goods l usnallyVkept by :,Townships'fifty-five', fifty-stx,except( section Clerk OJice Or nit aSwf, ,

; : it 'to be the only certain and speedy our largest wholesale'jobbers. This fact together one,) arid,.fiftyVseveri, (except;,sections twerity- Columbia I V V

k Administrator's Notice. cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to with the fact that our means and) our fie,;; twenty-six, twentv-seyeri, .twerity eight, I, STIEIXO ScARBOitoTiGH, Clerk o'r:2i tiL:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all credit do is to ask your neighbor what he thinks of r attention, instead of being divided among a vasi I t twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one thirty-two. do hereby certify.the above to be
}.. ii : legatees, and persons entitled to distribution Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, and L variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE -three.thuty..t"our, thirty-five and' thirty of an Order duly made and entered of *

4 In the estate of Felix Ortis,. 'late of of course, to be convinced, you will,try it, at will render the' advantages which we can offerto six,) of range thi ty-1ine. in tho'above entitled cause, on the

4 t ;f .n. Hillsborough county, d ceasedthat, unless they least I hope so. Here is my.offer'to any Planter dealers ,perfectly obvious ; and it shall be Sections onetwothnef, un. ,five six, twelve, October A. D.'1847. 25tfrdat"

exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit of South Carolina, who will either call on Doct. our care that none who visit our establishment thirteen twenty-four, atid twenty-five, in township V ,IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hve'

; them with me for payment within tue time prescribed P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or my self,'in shall meet with any disappointment. ,fifty-five, and fractional township fifty-six, to set my hand, and cauaei :tej,W
it ; bylaw, from the second day of March, the city of Savannah, and either ofus will give Our assortment is complete at all seasonso' ;f (except sections! two, three, four, five, arid six)) [L. S.Jsiid: Court to be hcreancs ann i tQ(

k: .. A. D. 1847, they will be forever barred. And enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the year. ". LEE JUDSON & LEE. on KBiscayrie Bay," of rvnge forty. 25th day of October A.ii. m V

88 the legal heirs of said deceased are required to ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount P. S.-B.F. LEE. formerly' of the firm of: Fractional township fifty-five, en "Biscayne &SCAKBOUOUGILOcL29 '.!,

: come forward within the time aforesaid and paid for it.. You are to seethe Medicine takenas Lord & Lees, and late seni partner the original Bay," of range fortyone.At -1m.

ci # ,.. have a final settlement of their interest in said I have directed. firm of Lee &.Brewster, from which'con the Land Otfice at NEWNANSVILLE, NOTSCir.SIX '

t rb ". e: estate according to the statute in such case made Owing to the heavy rains during the past ii nection withdrew V. some time ago, has resumed commencing on Monday, the twenty.first day of WEEKS after date tEe '
j, j nd
:k amI provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, summer, and which still continue, all the lowlands business ,in connection with Messrs. Lee & February next1 for the disposal ofthe public will apply to the Hon.uJbe) o'rpro

r Administrator dl bonis Ron. are under water, which will cause a great Judson, and .assures his friends that the new" lands within undermentioned townships andrpurts the county Beaton,ton Letters of' _efor
i .i4 September 17 1847. 8w deal of this disease the Rice Plantations it shall townships, viz: ;
: on : concern have the same pre- minence is tion on the estate of G. S. Itint i hie
will be to to certain of which South of the base line and east of the principal t.fiii
I your advantage procure a this branch trade, formerly distinguished V V ocunty G fOr iay d t'3S'etl. : --
State of Florida: Duval County. and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applying the other two houses to whieh he be meridian. WlLOAMS.SpE.fCES
To WIT : To ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS Townships twenty-one and twenty-two orange f :
to either of ,
Ask "
1b M ::4t.p. SHALL COME GREETING. 'HUMPHREYS'my REMEDY Agents or FOR myself.FEVER AND for longed. June251847.: ly nineteen. Fort Dade. FLy Oeu 29 1847.FJZiCC : c'. rg i'

I IIEItEAS, Thomas O.Holmes has applied AGUE. : NEW STORK. Townships twenty-one, (except V sections one V o. ,

T V to this Court, for Letters of Administration The Medicine is for sale by the following twelve, thirteen, fourteen twenty-three, twen S hereby given, that the und isigne "}, '

: ,. of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels, named gentlemen, who are the only agents for THE UNDERSIGNED: Imting Turmrda Co- ty-four, and twenty-five,) and twenty-two, ol JL ken letters 'ft'.3.m r.t ry.OIl he1 t' f

Ici %. ; :. and Credits, which were of Oran Baxter, late of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit .- "hip iimltT ihe .iyk! .f range twenty. Laboroia Burnett, dtce..seJ. Li.teor X I.
said Court deceased and Intestate. These are will be found either at wholesale or retail. Townships twenty-two and twenty three orange f county and State of jflori&u! All, ptf M

:: : therefore to cite and admonish, all and singular Country merchants will make a handsome pro WRIGHT & POIKSETT, twemty-one. debtcd to the &tid estate, ere ed&ci

: :; ; Interest the next of kin, creditors and other personsin fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount Hav r.nt'I' th. ntore reii>ni lyorcupied by Mr. B. Townships twenty-two and twenty-three, of immediate payment; uud all tLcae biu i cUo*
i to show cause before me on or before made to Planters, &o. by the dozen. AddressW. P. CUTTER and w'"nld nnw noltrit thpl 'niru ty' the tenth ((10th) day of December next ensuing At the.Lund Offiee at TALLAHASSEE duly authenticated for scttlf'menl.niiJ
HUMPHREYS, Jr., public pntr*>n gi wm dt'"irp in pnrriiHie! com ..
why said application should not be granted Monday the seventh of:February tate suptoesd to be solvent. : '
'Ii ,.: : ; Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, GOODS CHEAP mencing on day .
1 .. t. otherwise Letters of Administration as aforesaid Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &&, FOIl CASH. next, for the disposal of the public lands V MARY UU1t.\hTTf Exee trii. ,
will issue from this Court to said Thomas SAVANNAH GA. They art now rHrHvin: ",uI will k.Ti coimtarnh within the undermentioned townships and juris Tampa, Oe. g9_ 1847. S?:- -, -

; t 1 0. Holmes. on band n gfneinl oninciii of of townships, viz : :

0 i e WITNESS, my name and seal of Court: Dry Goods "Groceries Hoots South of the base line and nest of the ptincipajmeridian. PRitL1tMA'r1uitIi.rVV
.: f L. S.1] this 2nd day of November, A. D. 1847, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. .
4 l' k at Jacksonville County aforesaid. A VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Shoes, Hats, &c., Fractional township two,northeast ForbcsTs

l WM. F. CRABTREE, C 1 OUTHERNERS following is from my Which they ptffig" .hl'rn"pl".t.. M>!11| AT'THELOWIs.r I grant, of range one.

;I Judge of Probate, Duval County. 3 V Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- POSSIBLE PRICES n* nn indwi-. Fractional township one,northeast Forbess's
inpnt for CASH CUSTOMERS to mil *ihd 'xinnin,-.
iL :. LET the above "Citation" be published once ville, S. C. grant of range two.
S a week for MX weeks, in some Newspaper printed Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., Hnving rmn' In ihf ,lttfrniinntiun t.. keep j IO- Fractional sections three, four, nine ten,

in this county if any, if not, in some Newspaper Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. BOOKS ftwl to buy tb'-ii .GiunU piinri|'nlllor \ fourteen, and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve,
.I thf (0".,, th"v "iUlu l *eiml,I 'd to sis.lItleu,
Watts in favor n>
'. printed some adjoining county or State. of your Remedy for Fever and and sections twenty-seven twenty-eight,thirty-
WM. F. Ague he is of and his CHEAP nr CHEAPER: ib'.t t'o.>yruii l I"f'lIrdm. TTTTHEREAS Thanks and k'lrt.'dut
CRABTREE, ; a man integrity, testimony two and thirty-three in township one ; town ; p
1. Judge of Probate D. C. is consequently undoubted. ;-d elsewhere. l EDWARD WRIGHT, ship two,west of Forbes's grant, and township T T from the good people of tie State Tw'iW-.
Jacksonville Nov. 5th 1847. Yours V EGBERT: : IOI sErT. idn to the Author of All Gcoioriiprosperity ;ltl
: 6w respectfully
three west of the Apalachicola river of ,
N. B. ni ritiiir
.- V THOS. '. S. FARR. V '.* iirul. country |iro lur u.k.. ht. and other blessiu t mliky U II
NOTICE. Grahamville S. C. Sept. 18th 1847. :n xi'lniiig' f r G. niU.! V people have been'' fnuttedto >l1lif4&ths
Fractional townshipsrtbree, (except the south I
JHrkiln71Vill.t"reIt) 19ili.) 1847. ly
!1 'k.'I ALL Persons directly or indirectly interested Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr, west fraction of section thirty-one,) and fractional current year: 1
hereby notified by the undersigned, Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used township four west of "Chippola Lake Therefore it ia proclIimcd tEat THOLSDAT, I
that in conformity with an Act of the BAPTIST TELEG1tAPllV the 25th November be set (oteobserved
L Legisla.ture next apart -
J and fractional sections six
your Fever Ague Remedy with success. I (except ,seven and thirt.r-
.L .. of Florida, entitled "An
to provide for throughout State as a day of Tiaaiy
obtained of it of nine.
a supply from Mr. T. J. S. Fan, one,) range
: : the re-establishment of the Records ofthe County your Agent ot' this place, and administered i it V FLORIDA EMIGKAIVT. Fractional sections twenty-two, twenty-threo :giving und 1'raise to Almighty God. V
: i? .j of Columbia and for other "
Given under hand and th
purposes, approved my pC
to my daughter, according to diroctions, and I 'twenty-four, on the uuin lu.ni, in towiiahrjtwo V
: January: 6th, 8-17, she has filed in the am happy to state that the disease left her in THE Sii!,.<*rilMT t>r
L Clerk's Office of the District Court for said L the course of thirty-six hours, and her present, of Jltc k loflviU.) '. 1 KHMI Fl,"iiln. n nn'lil''lily Fractional sections thirty-one thirty-two. f5ih October, 1847.W.&MOSELEf..V
: :i County, a paper writing, purporting to be a state of health indicates a certain cure. I wypiipri, uliliH iiltoNe III If'. I ll .III/Ii b" lifiitrnl thirty-three and thiry-s, on th-i jraaiu L4nd.;; : .

t;' .14 copy of a schedule of her property owned and Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. in IIIII jr.; ,l.'il|I romuin giiirul ii"iellitefi '"; in township one awl rational sections eigh.' Octobcrr22.1847.

: %)., f 1* :i held at the time of her marriage with John W.. Grahamville, S. G, Sept. 14th, 1847. nix| in {{fi i.)n. lntl| hi fmnk nml 'r'1'V' nine twelve, Seventeen, twcntjouryCIlJ: JS Allpapc.1J in thcStatecopy.EIm4Es .
4 4 Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law of Tlif pHper will N'IC1&tP| I h ritb:isid ,pnutireottitR five twenty-six uud ---

"i.t r ;)-. the Legislative Council of Florida, approved AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston. Ba['iiiJt dt'.IIlIi".i..1I in lb>* Uititril Sl ".*''I on them, ,tin. bind, twenty-seven in township two twenty-Hint of rant" & GO :
March 6th, 1845, entitled "An Act to secure and bill I I In d.-vou-il ili ,
S.C. T. J. Farr ;partirultirly. i.-jipir-in
'! : certain rights to women." ; S. Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A": twenty-seven. 't TI'I;:ssltzi I IlULAihS & tu.. hflV .. ttf.l.
ul.h"S.hPrh! and 1 ,
: SmuhV."lcrr StilI" Thsonilar V
(Carswell, Savannah, Ga.;, A. McLane & Co. F olctioI1al.township l'ee on the main Ln 1 .
.h..I "I'.r. uft..rrtIJl"I; ; *a'fflrDh..rI JI.wrIIIIIlilflj
And also .
a paper writing purporting to be a I anrf R 'ltgi illl jmprovfinent ot'tbe
1 ;: of the last will and testament of V. Jacksonville, ( ..; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon;, peopivnl (except _sections one, three, six, ,seven, sixteeil lj u..rul'i..rt{ liv tl).' Umirif SlATMWII IkIV
I. it hnll
;4 copy Henry Ga. & Knott a* its pHrinnount,itMigBtion. I-
tt Dorsey Griffin Ga. P. A.Moise and of .
; ; twenty-seven) range thirtyone.South ala. Gu\.runU'l'u BuiuHris TVyiV i
late of said
The .
t % : Ellis county. original having Toroprnve itV, tn virr" flevate 1.
pioinote to "'
LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus; of the base lineand east of the principal idtli-ii lh .,lai. niv.l* I'W
.1.. "
I : been destroyed by fire on the first day of November OiL W. Root Ga. tb. millll.o lhV w t-hip of,h.. tni* GOD < nHIn to < ir by irt !
T. Salem meridian.
the introduction ; Marietta, ; Patrick New Vi.ik H full OiisuriuiPRi ui ff v tjiMtf.&T
1846 of said
4 3 I made for, the,purpose of perpetuating the copies obJects Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. he improve itii trading the femur wordly**.. condition of mankind, iii ill Fractional townships'eight'and nine, west oi ...r.#. Harrl\'Hr.. ..I\.i""i. &': .. "iL'
: '
t of the original .Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, TV.RMS ofthe Suwannee river, ot range fourteen limy It r. |I"rHieil to.i>t>lt It' f't: i p'|rr- _
papers. E'ftNY TEAR-Forl"p\'rcIIJli"! ; tlO l I
I HARRIET POWERS Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, R. toi.! | ; North of the base line and aest' ofthe principalmeridian. Thinrp nt w ]p.e.ai.it VIdJrrhM.a. c...VMII'!
ropie $5; $1. Adiunce
ropy. ,paynient,
Anderson Dalton Ga. E. A. Burch Hawkins- CII.1p *
Ifill. nnil
irihtT f tiw t"III"
pimliMM' ,
GEO. E. MCCLELLAN Will he in till .
By AgentLittle expecterl raf>"' .
I ville, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer Darien Ga.: Sections twelve 'thirt'n fourteen, .'""
Cole h. h
River,Fhx, Oct. 1, 1847. 3m Prescott } ; C3" All!! letter addnvned' the Editor muM ,. twenty, hilt" Market' rmi. HIM! iiaks4f1ZaIpI1I111a. e u" '
& Co. Black Creek, Florida Lightfoot twenty-one twenty-two twenty thfeetwentyfour : ai4t
V ; j be 'n their Ii.r d. in Ssw' '
CLERKS OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, Flanders,Macon ; p Martin,Savannah j Cu Ininghain N.po-t B.pal The 6rat.hllmhPr twenty-five,' 'twenty-six, twenty-seven, .nllrl...,... or N." 'Y'>,I.. .

:,/ Columbia County, i & Co., Dalton Un.; J.H. & W. S. Ellis, in June. will bejsmied on thefirtfTtienday twenty ight.; .twenty-nine-thirty; 'thirty- wo, Th.iy ltHe a HH,. nriirl,** ,.f \ "" "JII'V ',**'.*
Oct.29 1847. Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisborp, Ga. ; Wm. JAMES McDONALD V thirty-three,tbirt'y- our, thirty-five arid thirtysix ('J.u; h'-In ,"lti.. a >l.,. \01.11' r'"IIt, ,! .

NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons bay Hodges, Sandersville ; U.T. Floyd Micanopy, Jaeknonville "iI.> I '; Editor. township one ofr.tngelive: ." ,Ii i. 1I1I..i. fir( PIv'.t.r. .,
in this Court, that the cost bills Florida ;i. F. A. Poulle. Jacksonville, Florida j' V ; Apiil 30il.l847 cTownsbip ones af sections tweatyfive'twentysix i urkiin4ili' rI6., Ir.V. __', V
) in each case will hereafter be made out, presented R. S. Baily, Laurensvilje, S. C. twenty-seven twentyelgbthirtytbrl"t'; : 0
lm ,
for settlement, at the' losi of each Session For sale wholesale and retail by V .raUb (Scotfje, thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six/and township CAR.. D.. .4,:<", .\
said Court. Plaintiffs : V Watchmaker nfldJeweljer... -" "
do well to; attend F. A; POULLEN. twoof range six. -, .

to this notice. V Agent for Jacksonville. No. 5 MAIN'STRCKT. -/. North V of the base: line,and'..nest of the principal RIVEU> & rHOI' ;!: ,

Oct. 29. S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. A liberal discount by the dozen. .'rlIIU iitformir, the citizeng ;? ,? ? ..meridwn.; V V VV T.pMce .

&dininistratorsNotlce.V- October 8th, 1847.FLORIDA. V Jackoonville i! p Hndi i i.i vicinity.thnthe ;:Fractional i\township hone, north:,of"Forbes 3V UENTAh. SU'RGO. > 1.J

nr ; ALL Persons having demands against the es.- V 6'hi. removed to tbe houf>e.immediately Grant?;of range six.; ;>.r
of William 0. Thomas,late of Alach: HOUSE, : adjoinJn*' 'Hfii'ope; ; re.ce.nlly Fractional township one, north.of Forbes' V .and.AIarket.Souare, .

ua county, deceased will present the same IORVVSALE OR BENT.; # ,ocirupiedt ni. the printing Grant," of range seven. ,- V V V: '.SAVANNAH< G20X6Uly .

within the time prescribed by law to the subscriber undersigned offers on the most office(tItbP. Florida) Statesman f and:i*'now? pre- hr Sectiqns.one, wp,, elevenf twelve :thirteen, g '2O,47.. '_

or they will be forever barred, and all M.THE terms, to sell or rent this well pa-ed *oePcue.with 'promptitude.aU order conn fourteen: ; fteen, ., twenty-twpy.;twerity-thrve, -- -- "

those indebted will make payment to ) establishment furniture inclu*
___. ___ ALLEN THOMAS, Adm'r. to be made to J. B..COIE, :'at Mr. Grot he would alo ay. that he ha deter. seven,jWid the:.southTeast'fractipiik.of.sectiontwentyteight ,. ATTORNEYS' AND COUiNSSLLOfty AT !

4 r September 17, 1847. 8w, Palatka., ..wr.t >A.,II. ,COLE., mined confine.hi* at tent ion. in future. 'excloiiive p. in the former Indian Reserve the :'ttr .W"IIII"t.".".-. in i.- IW>ITH| CiHui, .., 1i

St. Augustine, AugustV2O.1847.tf ly,tn. work-in, ihe,p bra nr.Ji...* He rendfrilhi i* i stfraction, section..thirty-thrteijixthesame' nml Kcj,iiiyiii tlin. JvinU'itiCrtrrHii ..!.Irimkl*i,
It V FASHIONABLE TAILORING. -"--- thanks,"to the,mAny friendr who have given'hintheirpatrootee > dljMtiopi Vhirty:tbur, thiry-fiye.and thirty:* n'x. .t"k\\.Ah.n.' Sr. ',' ".l l ... VV4 f.:'

: THE UNDERSIGNED the citizens takes plej w e in in-. :EASTERN IN CIRCUIT CIRCUIT FLORIDA COIJdLT.V IN : and fruit that hi* exertion*lwrenfter six, in townsiip,Qie;:Sections,twelve,.thirteen' .LOcIS ."'LnH'cK.; p .'rl.\\U"i' ,
of Jacksonvuleand'of : AND FOR .
will be uch merit V* iwenty threej'twentyrrour,twenty-five twenty
V V 4 an to it, S % ,
V East Florida generally, that he has engaged the Abel .j COLTOIBU CoUi1Y.1j". From long:.:prafti.e.,in, bi" biiAinemi, he/feeff six.rdiirty-five and thirty-six,,iri towlishipt\vo; :; WM. F CRAatREE,.
4 1 Taluable services of Mr. J. J. BURTON late of : .o"a t In Chancery: himoelf Hatufactinn' .and t: and :s ction two five 'ten eleven and 'AiSJ cOb 5 'fV4w.
W New York va.Elizabeth .1 romiwtent to give ; hi;* one 'ATTORNEY ) LLOR .
and leave City as cutter in his establishment,: Cowart Bill for rharges ,will, be m.tdfln.te and I a.'rfllilot bl.:e. twe Win"township i 'three'of, raBgtf eight: V V .:: -' Jac4va1fe FIlJll .)
begs to suggest that he is'now ena Divorce.* lhfie V
.i of the.North. Sections thirtyinve 1dtlilrty..au in township
t&: bled to do up as fashionable and finished having been made to appear to the satisfaction iv v. '' \ILt.a I t.ttI In.h ,I'CJ'II'' .t",.iI.'iJ" .
highly IT :N.- B. Clorkt and,.\Yatrhe* repairrd in.the lies, *' six :)and ringed:twelve. **. : :
4 work of,the Court n nh1f1liC1wrts iu tIiiYIs.rtIai. J1t c., IfIL1
as in Affidavit V 1""I
tailor. the by
7 any Southern 'that.thabove : '
; <
V 33 coantlj.- manner, and tit the nhort..r notice. %. | Fractional: township three/'west of,*H3hoctawhatchy.tiyer,11of ,
I h-j
He trusts that named Defendant resides $ v '
the out of the \t. '-
; high reputation which Mi. State }.J'ack onviJIl,Dec. 26.iI 845.-.tJ jtj it'lJ' : sixteen. 4 r' /**"- V VV -
Burton enjoys in the various cities of the Atlan: of Florida and beyon.d the jurisdiction of*this '" '. ; :
;. ,11 V V VVV hections twenty-four twentyifive;twenty.aithirtyflue ixi F E L i I"X' ,LtV i NYtH GstQlf:
i'3 tic seaboard will induce the people of East Flor: C urt., V \: V '1-' : : V ? ,h.. J. ,
V ida to award ; It is .therefore motion. .fNo-sIcE.V. ) : '; a .'\ andiVthirty-siiJiatown3bJi three,'of) V VSATOIU4EY ,LAW1.. ,..:
him of 'AT
a share of that patronage ; on: Washington I hr.!. ALt!J1..r"-.,Int..h. I.,.";h.--hy ritfit4tlir 't range seventeen' .
i which has been hitherto distributed oat of the 1Tcs'Esq-'Sol1cltor for said Complainant-; : SI" MUftIHfIribP! .: d".!, h!. ,r; ,lll} h t;... Township5threeotrange thirty V "-*-' v V 'Jdl V 5 V fJ kollviJle-l' t

State'and while he feels grateful for that which DERED, That the said;Elizabeth .Cowart be f required dgtwI. Acirnini"lrtnri'E ,aftfl.\dmi"i."tor.\\! Larids approjfijiteiiby .Uw-jlorJ: the'useof; \ 'practice. in till ., Cuurl*, U I

; ,,1 he has already received, he feels confident"that to appear and answer the Complainant's 'h "ill .;;.'el .;r',:!''StnitdLA/k.a..d.' win .scio Is nulitary,pi"othe'r purposes .will be exw. r..ii t': V i\hrrh j9V411JS'fU :6":'
: a continuation fit will Bill.ofr Complaint herein filed t .- : I
V be merited'by'ihe' superior : within Cour pry'tli't) rh'HP, ; jJ ttdkt'or 11rb"ip' f)tA ll t, eluded trbmthe'sales. 't V 7" V
I style and low prices 01 all} workthaf 'months,or a Decree ptDilXJnJu'IJ'wiU-be( I taken' C(1l1n' ;,'(.',; .,fin;\lp ar m>.it ir; th.4; ir.t aoititi:. p The offering"of the l lands will be>commencedok jr V $: C.. :GILIC :

11 may be entrusted to him. "-" J against.Ji.",x. ,., :\.** V,',* V V' '1 -,ich/and tl Iihke. Jr.,,in..) !), ii 'V eA .t {nl i4-V, the days appointed-proceed in.the same o .'ATTORNEY AKB.;:COOHSELLOR: AT1Jth.
,c AGEO.S.L.GOFF.. And l further Ordered;ThatVcopy of th IS44er : 1IOD"CJr- .a1ft .t"rp. i. ; "_, I V'V1 ltr ;1.40 : brdei in whiohh'ey are advjjrtiseiLjWith all "Aiul' .m"R41i"hf'r'nr U.ft fI. b' Sr*.

, L V _Jtcksonville,1_ _ _October_ ._22d_ _'.41_ 6m.- ,duly! ceitifledby,the Clerk of,hw Coin ; {,':" ;otCF.YST D :"Vf !d'in"x-: .) eoiv nt e i'd$piiich j utWtbwholaslal1 h 'e V 'J- cHcu7Within- -. "JfJl l IsrtSi; ...m r ,L. ,
pubushed insnnewaper: printed within[ i >, .SEA ORN'.J S.r'\ND.p.V :;A Jmt; k been:ofiereduid the swlea'thus' "closed! ; But no t : "J" tOM ltl.l..t

Eii 59: Gold TYPE of FOVNDRy: f' 8'ecuthelyforfburmbnthi te Eastern Ciwuit' F1oridancetwee. ''" '". :h ] 'CQD*. .'. I V b'' ,WnanvilJe.( V' .".. VV ,E.., F"J:" 'f ri" 4th.,.' VU JB416rt VV -..t ...,,..;,\ I sale shall be,Xept b eI longer than >twO weeks, :- ', 'O'HA LES ; t ':;
Ann 1x5- ? ( {
.$4 8.e tVNV: X rk. ,, ; and:no private entry, ot'unyof.the lands will be
ti ; 'THO.; D' UGtA"st"J"'d't'\ t 1 .a..i t NOTICE V tb k < : '
V subsciiber is prepared to'ftirnish'band- .. tr COt1 \
THE .VV V V". ,' f'-.I admitted Untjl4qthe J; expiration of-the two AVoEr j:> Lsot.JJ. \
ij '
Wtk Typ ;!and V,Printer Materials C of alt [ :r Clit.Jt..4)Jrct\ .COUt,:. :.V tcVj1 'SIS' MONTHS t after vouchers date,'! shall present ray ..weeks.i* <:-!r- ', -*. '"f '- i WILt ,: HftyWIn a? ..iij'uvPfal. .C' '.}{ .
LT and "
kinds, at short.notice and on'roasonkble terras. J": ; i.' }. as-Etecutrirbf GIVEN uri 4efuh < at'.tHe City'of Wasfcrgtonl ::\ i ricciuII' { 'tnrid, Si .- "
: t.V '
if Proprietors of newspapers,who hate notJM! -i t'SWrifG Sc4RBQapuajBi Clerk& said Courl cstatVof deceased: Wm.to the F..Murrhce. )late of Nassa*county 1 in'. ..this. twenty-third day October
: Tertised for the subscriber;>hoKmay;publish do'hereby:certify the abovQ to.be a truefcopy of.anprder.duly. for! final Hon*Judgeotprobtoofsa1coirnti ld :Pomint one'.thou. e1glJ hundred ,7 rV *, ,.J"rKe, MMfI". ,E.'t.,t un,0'!" 4"la C '. .[ .."f'f-
Li: this'notice : a Bettlemcnt said tatateiqd .
for three mohth5! :will be entitled to .jnide... and.,. '. entere<|record. ,in .the: : shall of _veD.. ; ..,'., .oi V S VVVVVVk .- T I "
receIve At the same time! for Lettotfof Diinterestedsia ,; ; .
pay in typeVpchasfn! five times above entitled cause;on. he,7tJrda1.:'or>-* -> apply BY:'MIl :iRESIDE T. '. IX'UrftI : % I
: ;
'! ) : ; i
1 ili i ias t ., ,,
: sucli'i.IEiec1 trlX" ,
w the amount of their bill for adrertislng.1 \ A ) r."htch all .+"'. --'"" g" 'S" tcwi1LP3'I ,
: '> JWl-i.s ]-c'.J V *>$j&\\ pei ._V _V II.\.A.I\lr.i. .A,'P'OL'I .
U! i Old ns[ saidfestate! .kre1d 8ire4'ttwt8 V ft J & tr.1I'P t'
t Type taken in exchange'f&r newift Wpcrlb. .. [ itt"; 1Ifr'.1V11" ; fcC
1 dfij Is EICHABD'L : I
+ fflraxvur. WHEEO JM :'L.
:4 vCr V V ;: iy i not ce.V j J?> *' fOctobe .tl 'V ,-- ; SV fPr.Li"!'f u)I c n J'nr.Qr''wJ .iM S'I

I | THelType with whichlOie I. "- ;WS'i"is V{ L.: ,8.J r.iBealBaidCoutablh'ereunto hereunto set'my hand and caused iO' 9tbt MAftYkMUERHEE1V. :Commissioner. of'the......General it.H Land V V Ofwe.e =d .. .!JE!. elrnl> iift .. I t!?,, : I

[ ,1 printed i ,-was V cast V at this ROBERT establishment." TAYLOR" J:1* V.neiel' V th 9th'd' V ; l.A.U .1847.* .anD. ii, ;JJiiJr* t". 1? i J.f A f 1 S.: ;E4apg e'of._" Iate, \ .oq4t'.n'r.'y, ount 4 (,'.1J.14'; t.," i\iil ,:"- '
: &
_ ;ii.r A' ovmber J847 V V V 8CAJthQRQUOUlL, 14 ;0" JC. ttJ' f\"TQ'! ) 1.Ettf1-perao71'CtitlediJthi iibt fpre-c p.t; V5 cItl: r ..
12th : V ,
tRI So, August 2G r 1847. V; ;4=. i. 11caIIrEx VV : !

Irtt'V .

,, I ,_ .'., ...., > I .
: V V V "c 4 V _______._ _a_ V !13 _. :; -- "- -V"'_' 'VU____ ..; ;:" i: .____ ,..-. .' -',[.."'4 .!.: !, .... <.._"_':