The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: November 26, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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rt"rt" with the advertisement.ne MAIDS : snmitte(1 THE MAD SONG: .
firsAdv..rtisaments markod with the 1Iumh rtr.iftn" To facilitate the action,of Dti 1 t'slt. tKe :RECE1VJNG', pn sENTh"" 'i..' '-. :' "ment'k".* >v4i 1.

; required.will be continued until forbid Good morrow to the da; so fair; ;bon .c";.mnst be perfectly fr frwx fine pow- I A: young' )1rfid if! ..Jwiti.1a f .; ;":;22..Refuses- 'a good oft'er1' because he'Hi **f ft : j..t j.

ebrred filr. Good morrow, sir, to '-OUt; der/whlchwould obstruct the'passagl of the si. aciress her', ; theattributesof ,. man Q3O.fl'! i. r .-, .'i'fjyt">". I \
J dollars will be charged for all announceofc.indi.Utes Good morrow to my. ow i torn hair, rip, and thus retaVd its flow. To reider; its' ';' fwit"beauty'aridialffnt ''Flirts'witn every young.man she sn .
gFift. for oflire. $10 00.qaare. Bedabbled with the due. boueblack should-be'sifted .carefuUyeachtiniafter in her art,*entered i h t'ap& ntjiJr.tJ e 24/TF !sh'eis'nbt i1arri d. ., .. '*: .

t nt. for Six Months.: r : 10 00 revivification. Coarse-grained tioI eblaok Rue -- 7-, and-?carelessly threw' ,,er.shaw .on "to1 25/Rather more circumspect in her conductl 1

oiir.e to Debtors and Cred.tor. : : 5 flu. Good morrow to this primrose too; may ,be revivified an indefinite numb of tunes'by theottoj: She seemed to dr.in grief;and i26/fBeginstatnink'a; large fortune 't *-
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why SheVhad
for Letters rival 'dread iii'her
il'f'Ticatinn "' Good morrow to each'naid a red heat and if the '
notices will be inserted fr" ; a smallpbrtioni newly ter not ".'. .-j-so indispensable.-, '' : : \d.t
allAn religious That will with flowers th3 tomb bestrew,. made be'added to replace,the loss powder! a hair of her silkejtresses'haTd changed '27. Prefers"the company of' -rational" > men.. 1 j

lYAl1 Ilttm1Rsah1e personal communicates will Wherein my love is lail. sifted: itwill last for along ,tm \wit1ineedhigany its hue herlastisuccess.; not a vow.or. protestation.less had crowned flirting. '. ,..\ t'.
; Why
; thenwasshesadlSi
r<'P'l i mlverliswnents. must b'J onf the Til seek him there I I further treatment. (fine boneblack "Alas,71'and' she''addressed: 2kesbmdinaetway'with. : ,..
$ All bill for Job Printing kyjw, ere this should be used in larjfiatj n., 7only7true; comfortable'income "J 'II
..I th. work. The cold, cold earth doth shake.him the friend, her confidential'fetuhcfde chAinbre;"al 29'Almost ;
n'ry addressed to ; By fceeUsugar makers it isf. thmgh't 'best despairs of enteringf the xnarried '
TAll romnumca'..>ns mUltr DCHAZARD. But I will go or send a kiss, as 1 am the most miserable of earthlyr.b ings. 'j
::: paid.PItOSPECTUS not to give to Dumont's filter a'largo; size than .:3f state.i.t.. '> i.&r :- -1
GILLETT : votaIe By you sir, to awake lira. one cubic yard, because they thus become' difli- ,My existence whole isa heart is, orD.one subject ;my ..30.".'Rather.fearful ofbeIngllcd. an"Old, 't

OF 4 rEWpic Pray hurt.him not though he be dead cult to clean and'recharge,. and impel the ope. "And who, Is bane that to happy me'without object 71 it'V MaidP 1 '"'. '.' !I. .
; rations. Thereis : aVr-Anidditional Iov7bfdressj "* :
pITEN1 .! OTE"t 'less loss oftime zixiilthefi1- J ; .
.O K. tzv He knows well who do v him, ; Josephine; !I.r baY ;fondly" $26$ too 32.-Professes .
takes to dislike
place ballsfind3 difficultur
CALLEDHESPERIAN tration more rapidly vwij umbep
tu .
And who ,
with affections .
green turfs rear his'nead **' pay. -. hd4hei s she !
of small filters llj' t>:
HARP : than with one a.rge get &tf 1\\V. And who do rudely move him In the West t mused to.hers lt"irhere.c- find,two thousand 33. Wonders how
Indies .
M. Derostve h introduced men can learn tbfl society;
..' C.GEI. francs 1" _
It ph"'m. u..rr..r He's soft and tender-pray'take heed- for the filtration of cane juice,t l a' of boneblack .It :was,;of, 'an enamelled.dressingcase'shespoke sensibly women: -to flirt with"eVits.; "
including of much larger size than th MI; Du :34. Affects'good h Orin h'oiIj tion.
.fimwork will contain 500 pages ; With bands of cow lips bind him;; ; ; she had seen. it aaihe .came hon\e tad .. .
; with mem"W; -w
a lucid exposition of the Rules of !. And bring him home-but'tis de reed mont. They.are made of boiler iro cylindrical asked the price; but."alasi'two thoisanlfrancsi"and 35. Jealous
in and their dimension ire of the.praises of
shape, about *' womea.ft
and of Music Composition; a larger That 1 shall NEVER find him 1 she sighed'hTIly. ".
', eight or ten feet in and fouror five in .36.. Quarrels with. hezfriend who IzIatel *
height .
S of the Church tunes used by the reliSnominatioM The door bell rang.--the 'maid'went !n-and : wj
South and West, than have From Professor diameter. Such filters have also be, used by came_"It is the married. ,
|[ McCulloh's Report.] English Lord with the.unutterable 37. .
giad refiners. They have 'the advantage ber small in society.
been embraced in one ; ON name Madam." nV
before .
lk of her
filters of
Staial Anthems::; Sunday School and Infant However skilfully the operation defecation filtering more rapidly,in coiequence- "Let him come in," she sullenly. l'epJied.Lo .- acquaintances..',who." '
are married t : "
of the of the but the unfortunately
liquid less : I
! and pressure ; are .
Numerous Temperance may have been performed ; however faithfully -'entered;; ne came uf ft"er.the.1io ge 39. HI nature increases. 44'
readily charged and cleaned. lerefore ': '
ST accompanied in a great many instan- the of his adieu. The the
iecf scum may have been removed by skimming entree.to society of such 40. j
? of the ; these filters may be used for cane jui i, or by Very.xneddlingaud officious. f. .! *r> J
Song. Many and ,
or such
fltrthe entire Hymn and however quietly the juice have been beauty talent he. would preserve for
may .41. If rich
refiners be ;as a dernier resort mates'
?Jj are entirely new ; while many: of those allowed to stand after defecation, that the fecu- they cannot probably em oyed by his future visits to.Paris;'and Ije ransacked hisbrains a founiman without fortune, oe.t'

I teo& airs that have long been used at Pray. lencies might in part collect as scum,and in part beet-sugar manufacturers feculencies, in conscience of I to find some souvenir to present in tokenof 42. Not! rails ; .t .
the greater amount of comined in succeeding, against inaatind.1
and other Meetings, &C.. but have subside the defecated his admiration. '! can only be of
eCamp, ; liquor,.though drawn off sure pleai
the beet, and the considerable excess f lime in 43. Partiality for cards,*and".icandaZ:: om
and harmonized
before been collected with ting if :I know what will find favor in I
extreme will still 1
care contain
t"er a portion your mences.. ., .. .
the defecated juice. [ ? t
Scotch Irish German: and other -- -
of the eyes. (
.numerous impurities floating in or mechanicallymixed = 44. Severe the I '
Thefilter Peyron is another form ometallic against manners ort .
found in the The age. .1
be Hesperianijjp.
tunes, will therewith. Hence filtration is absolutely prevailing passion of the.. enamelled '
45. '
It filter to be used like that Dumont wih Strongpredilection for a l
rgyman. \
coarse ,
ani modern that
Books ancient -many if the dressing-case still being her only she
manufacturer .
would '
thought '
necessary, produce boneblack both for filtration and decolrization. 46. Enraged at his desertion. l ri I
lowoai of print whose rich music is untuin article. And if. I exclaimed, Yes yes there is in the Rue de la
a perfect by evaporation 47. Becomes
It is intended however to act and desponding and u.kcunuff. .
continuasly t
to most persons of the present da.ylJre dissolved matters become free and insoluble Paix'what would make me. the happiest"'crea- ; '
as 48. Turns all
without renewal. the boneblack. Tiis filter sensibility cats and dogs. 1
"vsed to 1 ture in the world.
up'1 supply.this
been completely is the c.tse with beet juice then filtration must an enamelled dressingcase. -
49 .
cylindrical, in height two and a hat metres, Adopts a dependent. relation to' attend
,art. be repeated even several times. Morning and evening, did I possess itl her feline and
canine .
and in diameter metre. The closed upon r
one tops ursery.O. .
HARP is the and would & :
largest ever in before .
TgEllFPEu.N you thought me
As in the of the
employed industry : Becomes
sugar with tb disgusted with the and
a perfectly tight cover and vacant J'orld .
Book offered the American "Before hour shall ,
an .
Music ever world filtration is either and pass you shall be the "
itp'.st simple designed space of the double bottom,communictes by a vents all her ill humor on her unfortu
'lie as all intelligent persons will see by solely to accomplish the object above stated orcomplicated tube and cock with the of seond and happy. .being you deserve I to be." One, two, nate relation. "ll LAn ,

mmp.uin' it with other works. Price, $1 50 by reason of the use of boneblack, smaller filter, so that the top sirup a.whic! has filtered three hours passed,on,and no dressing case_ap .. '" *." *. ..

Z opy, beautifully printed, and bound in not only as a filter to remove mechanical impurities the first peared. The impatient beauty could bear it no exchange paper tells the following singu
through throngH ;
second -
ae-boiril: with a neatly printed cover. 50KSS but also as a chemical agent to separate from which in like passes manner proceeds longerj-she threw her shawl hastily' over her lar stbijyywhich, (says the New York Globe,) we I,

sent to one address for $62 50 ; 100 co- substances chemically united with the saccharine third. The closed the neck called a coach, and'drove to the Rue de are satisfied, is no less strange than'irue- as
through a top pemits .
r.$ juice such as coloring matter, lime, etc.- use of hydrostatic pressure to increae the rapidity la Paix. The dressing-case was still on the we kDow Mr.fWeeks personally and ,know also ,

nThe rcork trill be furnished to subscribers The filter'of M. Dumont, who first introducedcoarse of the filtration, and thejuico .oters the counter.K that"his word is as good as his bond:" 1

14 P.iyoint in advance. boneblack and to whom the beet-sugar first filter for that purpose by a tube tom a reservoir "What,. and were you not offered.a sale' for "4 young lady from New York went into the

touts wanted: to canvass the whole country. manufacture is therefore indebted for perhapsthe above. The double bottom d each filter it ? fieldsi. near.Jamaica. with a red shawl on,which ft'
fad recommendations: required. Address the which has taken "Yes, madame, an Englishman did admire itmuch excited
( greatest improvement place of the series is also provided witi another so some turkeys, that they made an.akj If
aci r post paid. at Louisville, Ga.. therein, is probably the best as well as the outlet and stopcock to permit the fluii contentsto he offered fifteen hundred francs which; tack pn the fair owner. A small dbg .that Was ;; ,

Jffferson! Co. Ga, August, 1847. most generally known and thoroughly tried, of be drawn off at time if desired we refused, and he left the shop, saying that, if with her;seized the leader of the bipeds by the ,
j[Io Florida papers who copy 4 tmes and boneblack filters. Simple filters are made of The filters Peyron any are, charged like thoseof we repented" ., we might send it to the, Hotel wing, and. his t eth became entangled in1 the ;

rail number of the paper, a book will be given various kinds of cloth, and of these the "big Dumont with Meurice. feathers. An eale.of tremendous size.who .i .j.
coarse boneblackj.carefully I ;
kretum.ept17,147.. invented and the "And why did you not send it?" had been
filters, by Taylor, "leaf.filter in after which tb fine noticed about the neighborhood ;
compressed layers, pow-i l
4t ," invented and patented by J. S. Levering, der is washed out thoroughly with ijter; and "Because we would not take the fraction of a some days observing what was going on, de .
less than two "
are probably the most penect. farthing thousand francs. ended from his home in the skies "and-with
when this flows clear the is allowed !i1
U. ...tI. Strani-Pncltf Line perfectly snip "
1oU'ftldr "Hark the '
The lag filters ol Taylor are composed usual. to pass into the filter, and to i move the ye, eager beauty replied,, 1 'willavow one fell,swoop carried.off turkey and dog., His i1
ly of a number of long and narrow cotton sacks, water As the a secret; it was for me he offered to purchase filbtbeing somewhat impeded by 'his'.load, an .
by displacement. soon a: water .
.a BETWEENSJftNXAH closed except at one end which is left open that which escapes from the double bott
they may each receive a conical tube through the taste, it is collected in the resfvoir to be hundred francs are an easy sacrifice two thousand i. aid. at a shot,,brought down eagle, iarkey.ai !

: & PA'fATKA, FLA., which the juice to be"filtereJ enters the bag, evaporated. After the sirup ceases tflow freely francs I.could. .not.gixe,.,&endLit to. him dosl-ID.t" .m&W4Uhe. 16waa.iound.a.trout rt.

BY THE WAY OF and upon which they are tightly fastened by ly, hot water is used to displace thi'portion absorbed forthwith. Here are the five' hundred'/rancs/7. weighing two lbs! If any think this a Munchausen :

IlRffiS. BUWSVVJCK, ST. MARY GEO.; means of a sliding ring. The whole is arrang. by the boneblack ; and ai soon as the and she parted with her last billet. story, let them inquire of Caleb Weeks, '

JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK) AND ed in a wooden box, composed of a reservoir density of the escaping liquid becoies feeble it The packet was .carefully arranged and :Esq., at his hotel, Jamaica. He can 'show' the ;

PICOLATA. FLORIDA.In above to hold the juice, into the bottom of which is no longer collected. The hot w.ter is then quickly on its destined way. Our berpinore. birds, beast and fish.as proof of its truth.77 ( ;
the tubes of the filters inserted and : turned home thinking of the.awakening on the
are of
connection with the Ch irleston Daily Mail a allowed to flow through the filters until theyare
.. kets.tt S-ivann the steamer SARAh.SPILVLVG chamber below, in which the bags lIre suspen- washed Fermentatin morrow which would see the object of her fan- Problemby Lolli-We invite the attention of,.
; perfectly. soon commences -
. from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the ded, and which receives the filtered j uice. This in the filter, by reason of txe dilute si- cy before her-she fell asleep-she awbkei-it Amateurs following Problem, which has* .

ft&ALil Wee from PicoUta to St. Augustus I chamber opens readily,that the bags may be removed and nitrogenous impurities absrbed by the was already day-she uniiroui Dlaci reek vi.iNewnmsville and cleaned. For a further descriptionof rup boneblack she exclaimed to her attendant, "W el1.?. solution has yet been given in the' paper which, .
and after when :
; twenty-four tours,
breakfasted .
Tnylor'3 filter see plate 1 figs. 1 2 3 4 angel could. t.b..e more published it < :,:
Jffiigator. Mineral Springs and Columbus, to : , the fermentation is considered conplete, and clock' J.'I
patient-the struck eleven twelve- White. .,
ten .
W1s.-ee. and the explanatory text. : the taken the boeblack Slack. .. .
The filters of of the folds : impurities up by are she could bear it no longer- -a coach was cal ?latQR2 gatKKt,2. I
OOUl'LGEE Capt. A CH.\SE. Taylor, by reason thereby destroyed the filter is cleaied to ;
prepare led-Hotel "
MATTHEWS, i: P.McNtLTY. of the bugs has the ad vantage of a very large' it for work a second time, by irst passing called the waiter Meurice was its destination.. She KatKKt Q'at'Q R 's'" :

Thesep.ickesleave Savannah every TUESDAY filtering surface, but the disadvantage that it through it for half an hour a ofhigh steam BatKB5 RatQKt' : !
jet "Did I
a person bring a dressing-case hete'1astevening PatQ B 3 PatKG .J
SATURDAY )lORXIXGIt, 10 o'clock, and ar- soon clogs if the amount of impurities to be re- and subsequently washing it thonughly with ?" '

lIfe it Picol.t;in time for the Mail Stages to go moved be great; in which case the bags must i hot water. PatQKt2 c P'&tQKta- : I;
be removed and washed. Oh yes madam and a very beautifu one it Pat Q R 3. PatKR2. ,I .
finraja to St. before .
Augustine night every These filters were invented in 1337, and re- ,
Jumliy ani Aloud. The bags must be mode of cotton, for woollen was. was for Lord -. YOU should have White to play;mat in seven moves. .
ceived not the favorable of .
ty. only his delight when he received it. ,, *
seen Ee[ .talk I -, Ui
cloth it has been found is 7t ; -
Betoraing leave Palatka TUESDAY andEEIDT3I0EXING destroyed rapidly by of Science Marseilfes but.also t '
every I Academy at ed aloud to himself. "I did not k ow It was Why He Did It.-We see an anecdote*ia the. '
the lime in the
of delegated ,.
at? oclock as above excess juice. This the of refiners Brim and the ;
touching praises two one such a pize. It is not dear tlJ- -fine hundred papers which furnishes a reason .why.the f&1:
lime also often the
encrusts cotton bags as a : 1
May. other of London who then in
adopted ; consequence francs-why it is nothing for'it.", and mous John Hancock wrote his signature to. the t
They are'both/0/r boats, in complete carbonate, and impairs: their filtering power of which they were subjeted in the :
pressure then he added smiling, "By my troth, Mmde Declaration of Independence in so 'large and !
: For this trouble M. Dubrunfant has
tfandhanlsoaiely Curntihed in every resY& recommended refinery ofM. Bayvet at Paris, to a air and full moiselle-, could_not hear her name,) must bold a hand. It is known that theBritish government ::11
\are commanded by gentlemen of well and used successfully very dilute muriatic i trial by a committee of the SoeUt\'fP\ Encouragement "
do without it- --John pack it up. offered $?,50Q for.J is head- and,
experience on the route, and their pat- acid, which decomposes and dissolves the crust which resulted in their behg condem Gracious heaven and where is he?", to the Maine Cultivator;'when he

* are assured that every attention will be entirely without injury to the cloth. After : ned. What was the cause of their failure seems "On the road to,Boulogne "Madam where he ed his signature tO'the "Dtclaraliori," accor:1':1':1'ding

ito the safety an! comfort of pussengrrs, which, the filter must be thoroughly washed not to have been determined satisictorily by is by this time nearly arrived, having left at 10 i it as,though wished to dash his

I to the careful handling of freight. with water to remove the acid Vinegar may. the committee; but it was pro baby owing to o'clock last evening, with, fOur horses and a > into it, and rising from his seat he exclaimed: .
be substituted for muriatic acid where it is soldor
the lime taken the boneblack and which "
AGENTS: up by courier. | 'There, John Bull can read my name without ;,
j'ooks& Tupper, Savannah. made more economically, and the cane-sugar fermentation is insufficient_ renuxe: for, if a 'a' spectacl --.he"may double .his 'reward,'andI' S

UDeLorme, Darien. planter may manufacture it for the purpose weak solution of sugar ferments it i converted The North and the 5 '

IFriedlaniler( Brunswick. from molasses. first into alcohol and carbonic acil gas. The to his constituents, Lord ,John :Russell .r
.a Bessent The leaf ilter, patented by J, S. Lovering, is with the insoluble }' .
St. Marys. latter would unite lime to form an made the following'extl"aordinary assertions: Something Startling.- \ German gentleman l

*wndez & B1bee Jacksonville composed of a series of cotton bags stretchedover carbonate, while the alcohol changedinto "To show how deeply education is connected advertises that he has at last solved the prob1 (

tJVi Black Creek. thin quadrangular frames, which keep the acetic acid only by absorbing oygen: from with liberty, let'me call your attentibnfbf'd : which .the greatest, chemists have:: m'I j I

Cooley, PicoLita. sides of the bags apart, and cause them to present the air, which is' excluded in grit measure moment to that which takes place in the northern thought impossible_vis: by discovering an i

JtHiwkins, Palatka. a smooth even surface instead of folds, thus from Peyron's'filter by its tight coiftr. and southern states of America v,,In,the! gredient by mean's of which'the axote of the atmosphere

tU tte & Co. Charleston. greatly facilitating the operation of cleaning .1 northern states,'where there prevails the,utmost can lie' totally! destroyed,'and thus.

,B- Goods consigned to the Agents for- when it has to be performed. These framesare Progress of American P'oduct&m.-A few freedom, we find the state buying itself piu'chig'perfect" yjMi 'ieii'chea. mid' ,

ej tree or comrnieion. Freight from Sa- arranged side by side in a box, and the years since the Margrave, of Ban obtained in and encouraging and' promoting educ tioli valuabl4, '. motive. power'. ___. beigbtainc&_i '_ft;' -" !tij|
JJJ4 and Charleston., and all way freight juice, which filters from without inwards, escapes from Messrs. Prince; of Flushing, to varietiesof and that,there.the" great proportion. of the beidy > '

" &bie by shippers. by a hole in the bottom of the frame.- American native grape vines wih which he 'of the people do receive a lull, -,(wholesome, Another,-attempt'at'Assassination m' piTii.;

ber 17, 1847. tf The juice is poured into the box outside of the established a vineyard, probably first formed and a 'liberal, 'education. (Hear, Ion ar.) But, I'rincEckmubl, soii'pf Marshal 'Davust"wh4 j

frames, and the filter therefore is not clogged by in Europe American v r eties.j! During,the the other hand, in southern states, where has'been for a long time'deemed insane,'stibbed

Sh- NOTICE impurities as readily as Taylor's filter; in consequence past year Professor Otto, director if the Royal slavery prevails,-we find education discouraged, oith'e31Stuit.: ,,'an'Indiaia'woinanhis,; xnistresswhbnihe

I\:01.ginn that SIX MONTHS after date of which, it works more rapidly,and Botanic Garden, at'Berlin, has'.aniounced that and in many cases_ prohibited,*because: itiisknown : had lived tfitVipme'y ar&' ,' 'The'vibrtimisnbt'deidjbutbhly .

l'ro'bM 1I 'J to the Honorable Judge of the: does not require to be cleaned so often. Filters the culture of the Isabella grape has been attended I that a; knowledge.isconnected with wound d. Th 'cim

.e1_ 0.11 or NAS3.lU' county for my di- somewhat similar to the above have also been with the most. remarkable si ccess in the freedom, 'so"is ignorance: connectedand linked has been' ttrib ted tos3ealousy. *:The-Prince' iiundeia : :

,.t1fltbe Executorship on the Est of introduced into. the refineries of England and vicinity of that city.and jias .reco mended its with slavery" .,(Oheers.) "- '"' v' :imrrtjvdfaalca,' 'person'appointedbj .

&lker, late of said county, decelSed.1u1 France. They have long.been used by Jlr.;Loveriug increase. Within the past month. "k order has. !.'1 .- :. .... 1' t' !\ci"{ his familywithe.sanction of the tribunal, Q :

,,, WM. A. R8SELL Executor.. ; with the most satisfactory,results. been transmitted from Erfurth, in Prussia: to A Murderf Nt learn from the Picayunethafc prevent him .squandering away: the I re-,

", 1847. 6m The filter Dumont. After boaeblack in fine the Messrs.:Prince for,every vane 'i of Ameri- last Saturday in Lafayette, Dr..,Robert'BevCrtEaslbnj'was1 .n bJ pf. his> fortpne. ,.hi8'-rodzgahtyJiavng. render ..*-.

., o'I'atIc. powder had been introduced into use by M. i eroane can grapes, of which! at tips time th care< more ; killed by Mr.James'Nbe,formerly, cI AD appointmentnecessai. ; .":. ; ," :

ALL t ta.ersons hning. claims agiinst the es- and Payen for defecation and decolorization tlian SO in their. 'collection,.derived' rom every' alderman of the city. The facts. as stated by 'J'-'t f:. 4 t..i-----,J: -' '- ,,

t St.1fford,late of New Or.deeej only, M. Dumont sought to employ it also region of our.country;from Maino. .". Texas., '' the 'Picayune are as follows':- 'Dr..Easton'had RoiTheg.Lire.4foreipyritersapthatDicken; : I

will present them to the. for filtration, and to this end invented his celebrated .' jusf come out from aniaothcaryI&shop&: ,who receives. such. unrqense sums from

'tie rers wIthIn the time prescribed bylaw, filter; in the United States often erroneously .Threaded Bank Note"Messrs.of -ane & po., was about entering his gigj;,ytheh Mr/Noeywho' his1 pubusher, l re t'keeps'.Himself out of Jri- i

"laid,will be b red; and those indebted to called the Derosne filter.. it consistsof Dal ton, Ma&s-j; manufacturers of* ty ik p.o epa-- was standing outside,discharged a
estate, will make payment to a wooden box, in form of a four-sided truncated per,' have invented a very simple d r efficientof the ball t which took fataleffect.The doctor in'i.! paintings, ;statuary;a:and 'Objets; *: eTMOrI -- j

SUSAN STAFFORD Adm'x.STAFFORb pyramid, with a double bottom. ,The in. method ofpreeiingilie denominat. >hfrpra a bill turned.uponrreceiving' the Bhotfewhen! "'Mr. wastes his'great,. come' fromhisworka._ 1: j

ftC' J?SHU. Adai'r. ner bottom is A metallic plate,pierced with nu alteration.; Threads of silk o cotton are Noe discharged anotherpistol"atihim w ich'' i IMflc ties t.ldpleii4idlioteli : : !, I
B ay, Sept. 10) 1847. ,Gm merous holes; upon it a cotton'cloth is laid,and .arranged,in parallel lines,.lengtHw e ithhe. likewise took'effects :Either shot, it is beUeved.wpulii .; : i the place'St.. George and tor-Hug:. j} ,

coarse-graiafd animal charcoal,'moistened with .note and embodied f"f"m 1 the substan i pf the pa bve"proved fatal," andDr.LEastondid'not ;who was made peer two years since by the 'i- l

1 LLptronsh" ('Ita... water, is then spread I.ner.by layer y each layer per during' its''iantitaCt re '!A"on 'd lLlrTbill a D ome ;jA1t.No? OIt'once'surrendcred 'tisKing'lavisbesthe: fruits'of Notre4)aine I"
ckims .
the Estate'd
L0U1. against being rendered of uniform.thickness,and has one thread,;and one udded'for'< xh 'denomdollar" elf'ands committed-to jaiL' The' and other great.masterpieces old Gothic furf if
-indolPhs, Ute of Hillsborough 'by means of ination to five dollars 'then a't e :bill : nit i; and otbpId.'rubbj.jorhis J mansion '
& will the packed or pressed closely together up ; provocation for the actof:Mr.Noe is g e iaUj'UhdeM& .I. ""' l < I'
them to )
ib Iithi time Present SUIKthe a sort of trowel When the boneblack has thus has six. ,threads, another' is"added ortwepty, I 4 to,have been dishonorable. overtures ": the FedeEoyaIe'" '' -.f,'a. 1-' .J <.t, ,,t,,j .fl flID
- 1.'r.
b e forever Prescribed by law, been formed into a compact bed or stratum of ,fifty! one hundred, flV'O bundred|ai { pue thou-, made to; his wife.' .'/* "*> ". .-' ",.""I-:.. /'VtoWorat */. : "- ,
1dZtl1 barred and.all . ,. S iaTeat.
those .JI fflifiu.+ atic.
; about fitteen to eighteen inches-in thickness sand f the' last having''eje'be iei)1 re1 m S '. "<' < r. .r "' !
laTheittlaid ** **, are requested to make and..within. five... ten, inches from;t e ldp.of very difficult, if not impossible, tother.thread :insert 't. :" -, ,,: t :"'j'1: ; : ,,' ",. -'*.*, rece' ,-,t'ebet ".ch seqIP ..Governors j I .
m01U.s p. KENNEDV'Oct. ; Y : W and a majority Wiilgs to'each branch of their
f ''Is fin edt i t 1i. 'The. : It.M'h'sf' I
box it ig covered with another cotton cloth after the note asthethre.adanrk .. r '
,. ,' '
: :that '/deIit i(tlie na Leltnr 'N'e* Jrieyj'Miryi d-.i and
VI.AdminiStrator. ofsteadyh'L1 'fT1l
.TIItpa the
with holes. itavaliie.'distinctl: as fig- : "
another metallic
and plate t. ; ;', '-:tf' 'a4ci t ; :; :-'? 7.f- I
6th. 1847.1egro. .2m ,e'.0 |The object of the second,cloth and metallic ,COY.' 'urei, thechanes:: of a s'uccessfural erationat a : JWoi teenL, 'detected Thgoig..i.. .:.t4erl '; Georgia' : ','. : i
0 ,
thoutIstliuiojeratns t 'J'S", ,.,.. 1' ': : 1l. : :4. .n.- I
tc j
would othr least eryreatlydiminishedJ Mechan ; 11 "
Caught.and er,,is to.collect any substances which ; l "krjilies.I.. Sit
E p, commuted tojSttnpaval erwise, anotlier be
K--nUV3V' boneblack Jriconirenient AC tHhe'EMtf EeQtjflde. tli..,.. moutn.a . Vtl 'llf..tr.i.1"'lt.'r murdertaking place-r ay day
of : "
11e Countv.fa iegfo stratum the -an "' "' is. 'weund tald the". ,
it_ no
: ,. .c longdiitant n.tl
n, b0it23 : thb.use_ ot 'baeoHerectlie, th i-eadedc.pap': mdsit iwillpecial ,
cident .
years of age,fire feet six ,.which,is.easily preyented.by .
.: FoT1Jtiie..vr t1 flliig not. eertaia'spmted prebDaidtebosom fls 14
4 M, hi&besin, Height, black'compte T loii, such,a cojrer;land this cover is readily changed, probibly'come into general::use. o ;Y"'!, r., d'nAnM.78'fii4 scrap, their,mustrated wspapetavto'the taind a4 i
for another should it'become itselfobstructed... of C inzerce. $ fakeHi is .i. Conment'y,1la ; 1t
ne.as 11N. Ue-saya'tKat .. 'I- toprintintieBcene
1 : famiHe
} f.'H. ; ;
1 ;!t. .1 of oftQt
t : '1 '-v',Q" th 'Wesieru'Contmentl !:4
obVO tichard ..t.i to avoid false s, that -t 1.r h'i ; ; > I" : .
WieribakerotLowndesV ;: nporfant J; tpaaage Woman' made of anb out of the side ofAdm mnrder.an "the traces bloW.ln. ,red Jflfe"Pialft .
t .
: : ty ? was ,
1riz J" .
,.. ", t the juice should,be constantlyat the! ame-le 1ofabQlicAor4inohes : fD 'lia1. n i-' nZ, .'- ?*, o.f.. .y 4'Tu* '*&*' *J"Y... ? I
,101l' d 'abore arraigned, before.the.Court of $esloDs ; Dot n itJ. i head'tojop. r ,
uest ithefcigrerbftherboneblaclL was > -f ;-ifti !
,! t proTo'i' ne'i.ty. ? _. > : ,_ < '"" zi l kI \
r -, ttla take lLia This js.accomplishe&byxneansOf; "aDd.when sked if!e.1fa s"guU nor- out of,hu feet to betrampIetupn by1um-, jl. l.k.. ; ,'_ '>.'f"'r' ;\.

...,, :;. .'. '.J; .'.bIE "ti a self-regulatingcoct: : >, Tbefilt r will be better f' or iot.friClf' V'rephed'." .1t's'- "' l am but: i1t t.hij'li .o itoM .1' '?.b' : ;i. itates, ;ThV that Gen..:' r'O _a leave_ tf !
"1 1 11or'Du C U t-l1.-. and fully understbod by ;reference to plate 1, to'ibt l' ;"but'Pa not relM1ytol'Ft> I har.,. diiit4bprotectedaMnear, \ $. : '*
'1 .. 'f 4 absence for six months, and is coming hm .
C f tObbTd.
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NewaIOT14! Establishment. T :' TlIE..CI'1'IENS.OPSOUTH: CAROLINA -, 'RN'1 ONL'Y.. cuIid tOt5tablI5ijt: '! !
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:ir1 t H/fE F,:"BlC!';.o r> Charleston,-::8.tC=, would GEORGIA,, ;...ALABAMA MIS4SISSIPPJ ..,:._. '. .n. ; '.i ..\. f 1"..' tiq cUbe flegjte? aind Rc C.
.. KinfDbnnJtb>citizeii$;of.Jacksonville'and : i'1-'f""H' :r! ; "".S', '.r: : LandOffice, and make, ,
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1 tt, tidnlty.thatt. has.commenced the !TAJLOR- .LOUISIAN44-c 4 .' I' s o.' 36 j darStreet. .; NeW1YOrk.. .. : _._': ., !. :t"; I, GEitalJl c Dft"' tAil ft
1.. I )yr..,! .JNGtBeSlNESS JiIIUItS branches iii this place, .ME to call't your r attention to one.of .1-. ..'; .: j: tnedyapp.jntjf,fo.tf. \ '

A ;' '.1 q: 4 and trusts superior Cut.And, 'Workmanship! ALLOW and .most :useful medicines :L. JJ'.1Q"J ) .tp>N; t 141 7 ,., i, .. .1' '. .,"11 \,'< 'f!' J>U: f of' the 1 ds\ 'embricmCh t1 t"

r :.$0:., I to merU a sliare of public pauo: nage. BewiJ. ever discovered. It is not any intentionto, tax J !.W E',&:JUDSONir): ;; IOosupy BY THE. .,BESIDEI T OF THE chimed; othennse lajjfl b6't .
1. j;;.; .keeptKrnstantl/on handa fresh; supply of the you with,A long and tiresome .advertisement, the,spacious FIVE STORY: \f ABIkHQtSK "" 'SlATirJ RICHARD 1L.'YOUNQ &
;;Iz't' best French and English Cloths, Casimeres, andVeetings but'I' lay before you the.testimony of the most No. 6.CEDAR,STREET the WHOLIIof.wiich : -VWITPJED' ) ;'l(' .. C ozvi 'ofiGesej, IzJ/.6_

l.," I.44.' 1 :.f' respectable families.in the United States, most is,devoted' to,the,exhibition, and sale '4 In pursuance.of Jaw,'IJ MES' K, NO1nbezs47.) : 3ina

$ .. 14:1::.. ALSO, It variety of ready made Getting of my certificates are from the city of Savannah, o f tteSingie4rticlc: .of ., I POEK;,:President' of the-United'State: : 1t
I \ trade which will be 'CIr t
suitable for Jacksonville where I reside and from own State *4 .C. ;,
1'1 P. r old\ cneap for Cash.Jacksonville where the Medicine, many is'used with your great and; astonishing -,. P B. I N TE'D C A L TG 0:ES...,. America_ :, ctohereby7; decareand, make ElSTU"'f' ; CUCTJITCotUjiBlA YwinA.: b .tQ j i... :

1 c :: r October 15,'41. tf success ; it has proved itself to be superior liieir present 'Stock. :. consistsjofnearly9neThousand known, "ifiaV public ;jlnles'W.lnlb,heldatthe.undermentionedLand Sarah'Hunter. / ,Cot*. ..,J.
to other Medicine foivthe t : Offices InChwi
any cure of ..,
t'n: .1;;$ In Circuit Court, Fever and Ague, which It will do,in.the'very. .Packages, the STATE FLORIDA, at the periods vs. > t
j ',it;,; .. EASTERN. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. short space of Twelve Hours, it has never beeq, Embracing some THOUSANDS, of :different hereinafter hientioh'ecljtd':wit: Elijah Hunter, )_ BilforDj,_
' r COLUMBIA COUNTY TO WIT: pattirns.and colorings,and comprising everything having been made to '
known to fail to effect :a, certain/ cure.. The IT .app r to t"faction
.i ,! December Term 1847. desirable in the line FOREIGN and At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, commencing of the Court aifa:,
i6 I Medicine is a harmless .and a. tasteless one,, that Elijah H -
.f I : :; 4 Isaac.Hardee and Robert which will make it the most popular Medicine DONESTIC. on Monday. the seventh y of February : the Defendant in the abovesides : nim d cS

. Jt Jti j, t H.Hardee, merchants and part- Attachment: in the Southern States. 'The Medicine contains Al of which' are.offeredifor' sale,'for cash, or next,:for the.,disposal of,the ;'public lands out of the State of, Florida and.bec a ..

I : 1'r neTs, trading. under the name, Sum sworn to, no mineral preparation whatever, but is.a sath'actory credit, at the LO WESTPRICESj. within,the undermentioned townships and part j U isdictOnofthis Court, On motion 'otw .t

l r 1,'(,. style and firm of L P. & R. H. $154 06 harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters, by tae. townships, viz:, _r ington Jt Ives, Esqr, Solicitdr ,forplainant t1
l Hardee Bond filed fort PIECE OR PACKAGE. South of the base. Ivne andeast bfthejprincipalmeridian _
this Medicine is a valuable preparation, as,it '
II \ ..:" vs.Kickabud $308 12 cures all cases in twelve hours, and does not I New .Styles'are received almost everyday, ; It is'Ordered, That the said Elijah; '8' .,
, :', : Raulerson.. require any time to bo lost; all .that is to.be and nany of them are got up for our own sales; Fractional township twentyj'of-: range thirty- fce required to appear to the complainant

) ':/. THE: : Defendant and all others interested are done is to take the Medicine and to go'to work and tot to be found elsewhere. one." -- complaint, within four months,or.a DiTfonfesso .
. :.J"1 notified of the commencement of To the Rice Planter it is a,valuable Medicine, fjf Printed lists of prices,. corrected from Townships fiftyrsix,.(except section six,, sev- will be taken against him: ",.
-1 ,. the above entitled suit attachment returnable veri, eighteen, nineteen, thirtyand)thirty-one,)J' And it is Ordered
by as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral day b day, with every variation in the market, farther That a copv of
k: i:. .: 'to theDecember Term of said Court, to wit: preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe are placed in the hands of buyers. and fifty-seven: ; andsections"bne'two, ; ...thre'four Order_ dulycertifiedby the Clerk'ottfi

:f' ,"..;.' 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 ,five, six, seven, eight nine, ten, elev n, .fifteen be published in some Newspaper printed.tfcuj

.,:, <- '*." 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,whenwe seventeen, eighteen, 'nineteen, twenty, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, ,onct, 'y 2:
.;I. II a.. therein filed according to law. often with advertisements,'certificates, &c. Ijt stite, that the value of our usual stock of twenty-one; and .twenty-tw: in township_fifty- consecutively for four months. "- ). :!.

I'.1 1 ,,1 W. K IVES, Plaintiff's Attorney. has already proved itself to be what I say it is,. this f_'\ Alligator, E. F, July 30th, 1847. 4m and the greatest proof is, everybody is recommending '. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Townships fifty-five', fifty-six.(except section Clerks Office, Circuit Court, ?\'l

:}. 'f., .4. -_ _ _ _ _ it to be the only certain and speedy our irgest wholesale jobbers. This fact to- one,) and fifty-seven,. (except sections twenty- Columbia Cou5t- }.

I : .,4. Administrator's Notice. I cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to. gethqr with the fact that our means and our five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, I,SxiaijiG SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of iaidG #
:,. NOXCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all credit- do .is to ask your neighbor ;what :he thinks ol r attention, instead of being divided among a vast twenty-nine, thirty, .thirty-one, thirty-two, do-hereby certify the abqve to be a totem
:,T legatees, and persons entitled to distribution ; Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, andof L varity articles, are devoted,wholly to ONE, thirty-three, thirty-four,thirty-five and thirty- of an Order duly made and entered of *

: If ..:;? in the estate of Felix Ortis, late of course, to be convinced, you 'Will try it, at wilUender advantages which we can offerto six,) of range thirty-nine. in the above entitled cause, on the 2. th'dit.1
1 >; Hillsbor.ugh county, deceased, that unless they least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof delers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be Sections one,two, three,four, five, six twelve,. October A. D.,1847. .(..

! "I: exhibit Iheir 'claims or demands to, or deposit South Carolina, who will either call on Doct our tare that none who visit our establishment thirteen, twenty-four, and twenty.five, in township In WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 11er Q..

!'IL' J:r them wish me for payment within the time prescribed P. M.\ Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in sbaI:meet with any disappointment. fifty-five, and fractional township fifty-six,I to.set my hand, and caused t1 e,
j .' '" by law, from the second day of March, the city of Savannah, and either.of us will give Otr assortment is complete at all seasons of (except sections two" ,three,four, five, and six,) [L, S.] said Court to be hereunto annexed KUV,tv '

\ k A. D. 1817, they will be forever barred. And enough, for twelve cases, and if.it does not cure the rear. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.. on "Biscayne Bay, of range forty. 25th day of October A. D. 1847, -

; II the legal heirs of said deceased are required to ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount PIS.-B.F. LEE; formerly of the ,firm of Fractional township fifty-five, on Biscayne SCARBOROUGH CIA

;4 .pi(<': come fcrward within the time aforesaid and paid for it, You are to see the Medicine takenas Lore & Lees, and late senior partner of the ori- Bay," .of.range forty-one. Oct. 29, 4m"NO'rICE. '
.. .1. ...., have final settlement of their interest in said Lee At the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE,, .
,: ".. '" a I ihave directed. gina firm of & Brewster, from? which con ..
! 1 ;I./1 9 estate according to the statute in such case made I Owing to the heavy rains during the past nectbn he withdrew some time ago:, has resum- commencing on Monday, the twenty-first day of: WEEKS after date the
I the of the uaden
t I L : and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, summer, and which still continue, all the lowlands ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & February next, for disposal public 1' SIX will apply to the Hon.Judge id
lands within the undermentioned andparts Probatefet'
;. .,tot'. Administrator de bonisnon. are under water, which will cause a greal 'Judim, and assures his friends that the new townships the county Benton, for Letters of >'
,. ," :' :;' September 17, 1847..t Sw deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it conarn shall have the same pre-eminence in of townships, viz: Admiaahv!
,.' tion on the estate of G. S. Rlnt Jaie
" .t I South the base line and east the of
\ of prineipalmeridian. Twigs'
: will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch of trade, which formerly distin ocunty Georgia deceased.
e" ,
\ ; State of Florida: Duval County. and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto guised the other two houses to whieh he be WILLIAM 8.
I ;, 1 f'.' To WIT: To ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTSSHALL Townships twenty-one, and twenty-two, of SPACER.
either of June 25 1847.
i' GREETING. wy Agents or myself. longid. ly nineteen. Fort Dade,Fla.-Oct. 29 1847. 6w
COME range
; i J:, WHEREAS, Thomas Holmes has applied AGUE 1iEW STORE. Townships twenty-one, (except sections one, Notice, "

.I,) 'Iit !;: Court, for Letters of Administration The Medicine is for sale .by the following twelve, thirteen, fourteen, twenty-three, twen. IS hereby given, that the undersigned kst .'

l iit- of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels, named gentlemen who are the only agents for UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- ty-four, and twenty-five,) and twenty-two, of ken letters Testamentary on-the stJte'o(
1 ;I &J!;: and Credits which were of Oran Baxter, late of the sale of the GREAT, SOUTHERN REMEDY;where 'If1 prtrtnersliip under the ulyle' of range twenty. Laborom Burnett, d ce-.lsed.llteofBi11aOOioqi'
' tlit.: Court deceased and Intestate. These and three of and State of Florida.
'\ ; aid are it will be found either at wholesale or retail. Townships twenty-two twenty county All penonjJa-
'4 ; i'l:. to' therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu- Country merchants will make a handsome profit VRIGHT & POINSETT, range twemty-one. debted to the said estate, are reluestedtomale

L iar. the next of kin, creditors and other persons by selling this medicine. A liberal discount HBvntnip'l| the More rppnrlyorcnpipd hy Mr. B: Townships twenty-two twenty-three, of immediate payment; and all those hatbz;eiaaa

: 1 j!\ .' in interest, to show cause before me on or before made to Planters, &c-, by the dozen. Address P. (UTTER, nnd would nuw < Iicit lhat portion range twenty-two. against the same, are notified to presort thoa

r .- .1. .: : the tenth ((10th,) day of December next ensuing, W. HUMPHREYS Jr. of lie to purchase At the Land Office at'TALLAHASSEE, com duly authenticated for settlement The :.itLe.
) r : ; why said application should not be granted ; Wholesale and retail dealer in,Drugs, piG Dsn iI'iF mencing on Monday, the seventh day of February tate is supposed to be solvent. -

'f V', r otherwise Letters of Administration as afore- Medicines Chemicals Perfumery &C. ) CASH. next, for the disposal of the public lands :MARY BURNETT, Execut x.
;,, : : said will issue from this Court to said Thomas .SAVANNAH, GA. Tlty Rrt' now rereiving and will keep coriMumly within the undermentioned townships and partsof Tampa, Oct. 29 1847. 8w

. t1 :eof q t Holmes. on bend I a gpnptal ortment of townships, viz : "- "

; '1.: WITNESS' my name and seal of Court, pry; Goods, Groceries, Boots, South of the base line and west of the principal I'IWCLAMATION.t1TllEREAS .
. JL. S.] this 2nd day of November, A. D. 1847, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A meridian.
4 i Shoes Hats &c.
,; :.':i at Jacksonville, County aforesaid. VOICE FROM SOUTH .CAROLINA.OOUTHERNERS Fractional township two,northeast: Forbes's
: t\ Whi" they pledg.' th.-mselvp t ) t'.' ), WM. F. CRABTREE, I -The following is from my grant, of range one.
.2 J ,. 1' Judge of Probate, Duval County. I O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham LOST POSSIBLE PRICES, a* an induce. Fractional township one, northeast ofForbes'sgrant
1 ": .! LET the above "Citation" be published once i ville, S. C. menlor CASH CUSTOMERS to call and psaminr. of range two.

k : ;:t- .< week. for six weeks, in some Newspaper printed Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., Havi4z com to the ilpti'rminntion to keep NO Fractional sections three, four, nine, ten,
KS and their Gocxlc
.,1. I in this county. if any, if not, in some Newspaper Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C.I BOl to buy principally fourteen, and fifteen, in:a former Indian reserve,
for th Cosh, they will ht>pnnbl)>*d to It-II them its'
'. :p:.J j printed in some adjoining county or State Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and and sections twenty-seven, twenty-eight,thirty.two .
jfp} II.. .1; :. WM. F. CRABTREE, Ague; he is a man of integrity and his testi CI-IE4P or CHEAPER than d\PYC811 b* purchased and thirty-three, in township one ; township Thanks and praise are dmT
." p1 1; p:S : Judgo of Probate, D. C. mony is consequently undoubted. eli-where. KIMVAUD WRIGHT, two, west of Forbes's grant, and township ? from the good people of the Stats of Flor

; .l'?? Jacksonville Nov. 5th, 1847. 6w Yours respectfully EGBKRT POINSE IT. three, west of the Apakchicola river, of range idato the Author of All Good for the health,
N. J. Hides nnrl oilier taken .
.I; : country produce prosperity and other
. THOS. J. S. FARR. eight. blessinpwhie.h.'We, u&
: ifii j in exiinngo fur Gnods..Jnctovill. .
Ii NOTICE. Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. .. Fractional townships three, (except the south people have been permitted to enjoy daring the
Mnrrh 19ih. 1847. )
j }\t ALL Persons directly or indirectly interested Mr. W.: Humphreys Jr. yB1P'j'IST west fraction of section thirty-one,) and fractional current year:
: f, J r'.*' hereby notified by ,the undersigned! Dear Sir-This is, to,certify that I have used township four west of .Jhippola Lake,;> Therefore it is proclaimed that THURSDAY,

;'i i Xs .- that in conformity with an Act of the Legislature your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I TELEGRAPH, (except fractional sections six,seven and thirty the 25th November next,be set apart to be observed

:, l';.: of Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr AND one,) of range nine. throughout the State as a day of Hub
: the re-establishment of the Records of the County giving and Praise to God.
l'J J Almighty
FLORIDA Fractional sections ,
. your Agent of this place and administered ito ilIIGRANT.. twenty-two, twentythreeand
.( ;:, of Columbia and for other Given under hand and the
t ; great
purposes, approved my daughter, according to directions and :I twenty-four, on the main land,in township my
'j ; January 6th 847 she has' filed in the [SKAL.] seal of the State. at the tii
!. am happy to state that the disease left her in TFE Suhsrriber propolPS! to publish in tlip two of range twenty-six.:: Capitol
: ; Clerk's Office of the District Court for said ., I 15th October
; r< i the course of thirty-six hours, and her presentstate ; Jackconvillp, En"t Florida a month Fractional sections thirty-one, thirty-two, 1S47.W.D.MOSELET.
> .l } County, a paper writing, purporting to be a of health indicates a certain cure. ly njpappr' of the"nbove liile. It hull be neutral thirty-three and thirty-six, on the main land,
W .'} :> copy 0(a schedule of her property owned and Yours, &c. E. C. WATTS. il! politics; chall contain jenerol I i intelligence. ; .in township one, awl fractional sections 'eight, October 22, 1847.
J,t. *. held at the time of her marriage with John W. Grahamville and' i flvlifion, chnll he frnnk .and I explicit. nine twelve seventeen twenty-four n- All papers in the State copy.
S. C. Sept. 14th 1847. twenty-
T : a ..
.;: Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law oi Tli> paper will advocate% I lie Istitli i ml prnciir.eofth" five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty-nine, ---- '

3\; .', the Legislative Council of Florida, approved AGENTS. M. Cohen & Co. Charleston L afitst denomination in lh<*. United State, on the main land In township two, of range: HOLMES & GO.:
: March th, 1845, entitled "An Act to secure and :haIl (hI narlicularlv devoted. to Ihn interest
8 vlr S C. T. J. S. Farr twenty-seven. .
; Grahamville, S. C.Y. A. 1 ThiIESSltS hOLMES &. LU.. her"nwrnJ.LYI.
certain to
i rights women. and South .
-c of Soulhern Wetitthir States. Theserujir
I. Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co., Fractional township three, on the main land I rtwir stoek uf Mereliandizi.: It the- I.rrlmilding .'
And also
.4 I t : a paper writing purporting to be a I and Religioiu improvement of the '
.I Jacksonville, Ga. Shotwell & Gilbert Macon peopl (except sections 'one, three, six,seven, sixteen fnrm. United Siite*; '
i=I ... copy of the last will and testament of Henry V. of F ridn. it "hall consider as ire obli- rly ocrujiied by 11w
paramount and
f' :! Ellis late of said The : Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga..; P. A.Moise, twenty-seven,) of range thirty-one. kr. vice .
county. original having gatiiji. To to virtue, 10.1.
reprove promote South the base line '
of and east the ,
LaGrange Ga. Winter & of
Columbus principal (
11 .i : ; Epping, tn their stock, the laiearjysl' to*
.. hy
t been destroyed by fire on the first day of November evati the mini! to the wof hip of the true GOD. and meridian. "
Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga. T. Patrick Salem I New York full of DI &mJ., "
; a assortment
it! 4 J
1846 the introduction of said this condition of
copies to inpiove wordly mankind will
t., "'. I "1, made for the purpose perpetuating tile ob1 Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. he i it; leading f'It."r"lI. Fractional townships :eight and nine, west of ("..rip Hardv'are. I'rovii.liin., & .. 'iSr. W11I'
;'1 I ,,(: !, of the Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, of the Su\Vahnee-rlVerorrange fourteen itiHy' are prpl'lIrl'd| to M>|( at'flMIIWP5I prir.r.' ..
iects original papers. TpMs FOR ONE TEAK:-FortweJvecopies. $10
Atlanta Ga. William Carr Jacksonboro ;; North of the base line and-aest oft/te ,
W. R. principal 1 Cofloa
U s : HARRIET POWERS ,, ; six opief, $5; one $1. Advance hey 8f'ft niiwr |prepared l rn purchu "
r' copy ,
I Anderson Dalton Ga, E. A. Burch payment meridian. 'tIbighe
; Hawkins Hisl..s; nml mher jTinlure tif th'cvIsntI71'
!IP .
GEO. E. McCwxLAN\ will inallrasp
By expected
Agent. *
.l Little River,Fla, Oct. 1, 1847. 3m yule, Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ;. Cole, (d"::: All l letter: addn ,.ied to the Editor, must: Sections twelve, thirteen, fourteen; twenty, Market n.IPIi. nmi tnitke C1t h ad'IIDt'P',..
I Prescott & Co., Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot he | twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty- cfln"1.nmpnr.! in their fiird* 'in SavanntoCh slid
paid.N'B. .
t CLIKKS OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT, } & Flanders,Macon ; Martin, Savannah ; Cun p-t' The firoli number, will be issued, ) four, twenty-five twenty-six, twenty-seven, "rlet >n. or New Yurfe. :.
Columbia County, V ningham & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J.H. & W. S. Ellis;, firsttuesdoy in June npxt. on the twenty-eight, .twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-two,, They liave anew ar'ic'puCVroa' ?h,' r...;

it t Oct 29, 1847. ) Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. JAMES 1cDONALD. thirty-three, thirty-four thirty-five and thirty .I Pioush -1 u-whirhtltey; woulii respecting &&.,
t" ]NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons hay Hodges, Sandersville ; R. T. Floyd, Micanopy, Jacksonville; Fla.. 30th. 1847.Krotfje. Editor. six, in township one of range five.; lti* atleiiiion of Plnnien.Jnckvnvill 'I
': April
f rt in this Court, that the cost bills Florida; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida; J Township one,and sections twenty-five, twen .. Nov. 6. tf ,.
r \ in each case will hereafter be made out. presen R. S. Baily,Laurensville, S. C. ty-six, twenty-s Tcn..twenty-eight, thirty-three, .- -'.
:.- ..::. ted for settlement, at the close of each Session For sale wholesale and retail by : lOflbtlm ( thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six, and township CARD. :, .,t.

I of said Court. Plaintiffs would do well to attend F. A. POULLEN, Vatclimakcr and Jeweller.No. two of range six. -.-

to this notice. Agent for Jacksonville. 5 MAIN-STREET. North eJ the base line,and nest of the t principal RIVERS & IJOYALL' ... :1

Oct29. S. SCARBOROUGH. .' ., Clerk. A liberal discount by the dozen. Rpuppctfullv informs: the citizens meridian. DENTAL SURGEONS'
Administrator's--Notice. October 8th, 1847.FLORIDA. Jacksonville and its vicinitythat Fractional township one, north of Forbes .

ALL Persons having demands against the es i--li he has removed to the house immediately Grant." of range six. OfiSce, l(orth'fat.'c6rner of St Julie IBtteeU,

of William 0. Thomas, late of Math HOUSE P' adjoining thn one re Fractional township one, north of "Forbes'Grant _1,MarketSquare, y I

v.a' county, deceased, will present the same FOR SALE OR RENT. .- cently. occupied, as the piintin; ," of range seven. SAVANNAH: .GED1Gu.... .i

within the time prescribed by law to the subscriber J_._( THE undersigned offers, on the most ofncejf the"Florida! 'Statesman.'and ia how pre Sections one, two,,,eleven,_.twelve thirteen, Aug.2047.; ." ,ly; =!
;or they will be forever barred, and al fff1 liberal terms, to sell or rent this well][ 1'8iPGloexP.clltt': with prnrnptitudeall orders connrictel fourteen, .fifteen, wen y. o, twenty-jthre '
those indebted will make payment to 1wgIL khown establishment furniture inclu-1dLpplication with the above line ,twenty-four, twenty-five: ,twentyisixj: t* nty::. ''J) W ARD' & :AliDRICH, i1ATr'OnN

. 8* ALLEN: THOMAS, Adm'r. to be mad to J. B. COLE, at Mr, Grothe would! aUo say that be nas deter 'seven, .andthe, south-east fraction of;sectiontwentyeight i; 'YS AND C COUNSELLORS: AT. JJr.JIor
4 |; :! September 17, 1847. 8w Palatka:; A. H. COLE. mineciiocunniiehi. attention, in future, exclusive: in the former Indian Reserve'theeast ::: WiLl practire [jn..hp pvTHl Courts of.Ul

L i 4tii ? 'FASHIONABLE "- $Augustine, August 20,1847, tf I ly to work in these, branches. He renders' his 'fraction of sectlon'llrtYf.hreo.iq.' : me, .-.ansi Equityiu thi Kastprn Circuit of "'Iorid$,-*iWM. ,
TAILofli } and sections thirty-four,1;Ihirty-flyVanil:: : thirty- .
lhankj to the mltny'ripndi who. ,have given him I A.'FoftWAKD. St. Aiiguniine -;;lLiouiS
f ; THE UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in in IN CIRCUIT COUBTt their f ifronage, and fruits thtu his exertions: !hereafter -' six;township:one;r sections'twelve' ;thirteen: "A ALDKICH, N wn8nJViII.VMF. *-. .;"::-
t the citizens of Jacksonville and of EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND. FOR ''illbeuch al to merit it. twety.threPvcnty-four,tveaty-ve7 twexj..- ..

1tI:j.r East Florida generally, that he has engaged the COLUMBIA COUNTY. Froln' I,ing praetise in hia' business,, he'feel: liJ Six;thirty fie and'thirty-six'/;/ township,,two; .: -a- \ [ 'CRA' TREE-: '

. valuable services of Mr. J. J, BURTON late '01,f Abel Cowart, ) In Chancery: himsff' competent' to give' satiefadion; and'hisrharg i ,and',section one, .toO) .five, ten, eleven: ;.and ': ATTORNEY 'AND'COUN SEt ti'It I ""'

t New York City, as cutter in his establishment, vs.Elizabeth > s will ha modertto and as reasonable. as twelve, in townishijhree, range'elht. j .. JacI$6tivilfaFfaVILLatiincl \:
'! and( begs leave to suggest that he is now ena Cowart, ) Bill for Divorce. those ,the North Sections, hIti.fi! : \'lahc1; thirty-six,.ifltOWshili :ti .' hain rS.
U bled to do up as fashionable and highly finished IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction N. 3. Clocks and Watches repaired i in thebes I six. and range; t-' ; ,, \. to, liMinf; : $. t-njiu! Lubi'! .r:'
.. 4 : n the I Court in the EasternFliiiida. Ci'-
Wojkasany tailor in the of the Court by Affidavit that ; nfif, : ,
Southern country. the manrrr, and at the shortest notice.Jajkoonville 1 Fractional.township? threewest, of':$hoctawhatchy'riveri" ..; : t
He above named 1. .. ..: !,
;trusts that the high reputation which Mr Defendant resides out 0/the Stateof ; .,'Dec. 26V1845; of.range,sixteen;I, '< '
jBujrton enjoys in the various cities of the Atlanttic Florida,'and, beyond the jurisdictipn of this[ .\"I Section |twenty-foui;twentyifive.twenty-six, 'FELIX LIVINGSTpNif;

111 jBeaboard will induce the people of East Flor- Court, NOTICE. thirtyrfive indjbirty-sixj'in; ; .township three: ofrange ". ... ... .' < '
c aLa to award him a share of that patronage It is therefore, on motion of Washington M. .A \.L persons interested, art'Lierebynotifiea that .seventeen :, _"_"_. i '-ATTORNEY- --. r-AT >LAW' :! .. -;-: 4
' which has been hitherto distributed out of the Ires, Esq Solicitor for said Complaijiant, OR Six Month's 8rtPrtl,,'-dRI&h..rpCJr, the under Township three,cjfrjange: thirt : ; _' ;' :11'r.,. r; ;

p .) !I jBtate, and while he feels grateful for that which PEltED That the said Elizabeth Cow rt be :.re- signe 'AdmintstrHtrix and 'Admini iratorwith Lands tajpropiatfd.'by, Jaw.! rilt nse'.ofsch&TsJ Will,.'! practice ,mall_ ,the ,Court. of |hCirruii Es' ';)I
,I1 I he lias already received, he feels confident that t; quired.to appear and answer,the Complainant: ihntll annexed nfjesce' Slandle'deceaspd will I military.or.oth'erjpurpqsesj i witi l e e.- .' ,, cl ,j\Anarch! .19.-;, ?..- __ ;6 ':\ !:

*continuation of it will be merited by the superior Bill.,of Complaint, herein filed, within. fourmonths PPjjl1! ln<* Hpn. Judge of_t Prohnteor,Alachua. eluded f rbin the saleaC. ;t' ._ : ., t ;'GILLETt: .: ..I
style and low prices of all work that ,or a Decree pro confesso will be taken} Com y, for.a final'settlement of their:nccoiints'as; i !. ;. Thoffi.ng' : ofhands1yillbecomru' nced vQususo.:

, 4k auj l>e entrusted to him. against her. tI I !I a..1 8ehllr e from the further' Adminstra,* .on:the'days!appointed) : ,and proq..fiD. the same. : t TT9EA- :COBISB LORj ATAndCiunrniiu.r [;

GEO. S. L. GOFF.. And it further.. .Ordered, That a copy of this[ lion f saul'estate. .. order.m,; which!.they (are h advertised',''with- allnyenientdesnatcht : : ; or;Dwd ol jh :S.tt "I,

Jfaksonville, October 22d '47, 6m: i order,duly,certified by the Clerk of this Court, DICE, STANDLEYAa' : r: I until'th7holi snaH have ,tiecticat,..within'! and t forth*Siatc.of.ftocw1 1
4 be published in some newspaper printed within j 'SEABOItN; !.- STANDLEY4'Xdm'r7: : I I ,been offerel andih e lea thus. closedf j1qnq< .1 '. _.s. ;. ,_ .: J.aCIUOJCV.r.r.c..r .

TJTPB: FOUNDRY, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once week consecutively ,!NTnsnsvIIle.: ..E. F.Junedtb, ... ;, ;'.1847: .Tora, : .ha1Ue'ke', ; f open l pgtno1week' ," :: :', ;'
I 59/Gold; corner of Ann street; N. York. .for four months. '"" and.in o"pjri te, 'tryjbf yotthandi jrillrbe tI! ,CHAESfl.PELQZ1V -
: -- -- :
eubscriber is prepared: to furnish THO. DOUGLAS, ,Judge. I NOTICE.', r. ... admitted untilafter. expiati9flfthektwa :: !A EY'ND; : : u SEiloK;' lt! .
THE hand- n:,MONTHS ;, .. ...' ; .. ..
I t Type, and Printer's Materials"of all I' .". Clerk'I'OjJicJ.Oircuit Court, S' accounts'and 4ft rdatejlfl. t sentrn.the r iweeu', .''' .... ;.*. .. '.'' : '. ", W1Ltpr.etI- .i&'th: : :s.vtrat. C rl.tl.;.g.d.I)!
, I,1. kind;at.short notice and 'on re S ni.ble'terms. \I. 'Columbia) County:} estatf- : J'P. Mirhe 'l t as tNa8s u ht .. J GWEN nder-m :hand! at-tie:City of:Washr; '.) :.II"n Cii coil uf Floridn' tbuigieu f'b fJ'j.

p j Proprietors of newspapers,'who have: ,not'advertised |I L STIRINO SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of.said Court,. de a.1t' : 1 :H J: t r t o o rcoiinfor'a Ington,1thif' wenty-tHuni'cf4 ;.of'Octb TAnn: I.. ...,itr..wiIttne'wia'i'h. prompt: i *aitio ir j '

; I .for the' subscriberwho'may; publish' do nereby.certify the above to be a. true copy of final settlement! said estate;:ah'dshallu JDonunipnetho..... -and... ,,!eight. Wi. .. fredandfortyi: .. 't 1 Jlu kao .iII....E.F.:. J unr4. 847 ..

this.DO O for three months'will; be'entitled toreceive aD.,order duly made and entered of record in the the'same''time.ipply! for of Letters'Qf.Dis. ','#seven.' "*- *4Wij ? r-t f \I. 1<". .'' 'JO.. ,,. ,. ,-. I NOTICEfff.; ..tSl
'pa/in: type 'on above tcdfoatiseon the 7th "of* ) '"nY''ml1t'p'b. STn.EN ... .. ; ,_ I-
purchasing'five times .day ''''
> ttt
.. i miss n astsuch 'Ejtecumxj otwhich'J]! allpr ) : ; !..1 wip'
} amount of their bill for advertising. A:: IX 1847. f, ."' it S.X 'POLK.1tI(11tID ;
- ; : t i st d t i ':8 ld f. Sta.t i"a 'I..a : .k fi. lf ; tulli tf!
Old _. ..., ,, 't : ioua : tf qn }'I\'t YO IiHIl !! -
taken in
: Typo : exchange- or4i9cta. Sperib.1' '1lf' 'Wrims' ,Wipj', :::1' :ho.'Ve spnsOcTob lC \{-., "" ;' u..a'Ry"'MVR '" ',I': : : ..:t'na.r": lril....,c ii C'q r. pd.
ti : -/ '1 !{'L..S; } hereunto t my' .Hand and caused( the'v : rSDthj'lsi?;!" ::! :. E% e, tfiX:. L > ,. Cionefpek&_ 1A, '..,4.:.'Qce .. I.'; A' I1\"t.'rlll'.;' d.. l". I'E4i&ie "u-
; : "
J3r The Type with wliichth&"NEiV"i: > .. ...._. ..... ; .d;
I *- Seal of said Cour to hereunto%hi'j IL. -- L 1. -- -- -- - '.r i'ahft Ez %V'.Rrm': de" -
printed, .aa cut at. this establishment, -,': nexed. ,,this. (Oth'day.of AUg1itAD.1: ; 7.. :'c1It i1B-; mmN lIDG j. O C \ :R Q1f CLJ4ANTS,. :0ritige;,)tate Mssquio{ I..ounI1' --" ._
.I t f. ... (..ROBERT: TAYLOR: : ":*" S. SCARBOROUGH: Clerk.g j I ; .q ''%.0 Y71C&IPTLq c ;I ff'J4t < :: tEerypersoznentit1ed to the right' fpreem:: .: 'r ', ". _:{}.\lf'fl. ', :\&Jf" -'9.R&1'.fON" ;"

November 12th, 1847. 3m. 'I Auguzt 20, ( "j *\f s;.,JiAttyd,

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