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: December 3, 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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,latesfnt, 1tICf'. I wrdHoure.ofRepretentOtiti )tbeWualified le i3 forthetsrmof'fouryea! 'f ;fstancejy have the to restore.rtlif : > '
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qure,for>ix and Months.Creditors, ? : ., : ,.1O.0U.rtll1irlt In the communica.tio.e.t o t b elasti.Glgn ".':riot"differing tit o rtesionVf from ilia existing connection witK-n tIns subject of tKeJndiciarrsBteroTn' r to others.1**.' ? *- -l",:; v ; .

\ doe t et Debtors for Gett"rw of Ad'niai!trspo .5 op cal Assembly.the.Execilttvelitid.'t!! ...h2iPPlness"to 'Coystitution.4tTh; Yon th.a endmentp; .. ides" : ;tt ition'has,been'ict ooiY at the ..1. ''Since the.establishment of the.Office of J Reg

IJ' notices will be nflerter.J; --slut congratulate his fellplwcittten$with regard to (oJ..the,claasication 7' .Qrth enatofS\ .to .request;'f many'respectable,tixens,'to another ister'of Public-Lands withlntha, State'locations 't
rr1i; rersysnua 'nolfV> andof : co>}forrn to the third amendment.m the'uteii.t important change Ja the organization of 4.
Heilx prosperity, ntheir ; ; our iri'ednfonnity to the .e1 ligrant.ictCoDgnu.> ;,
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AH nlntr'!atr.e per sa n nl cununa'scations. varied purseits, It is'a'sourcc"of, heartfelt'sa. their teriaLt'of 'se riice't'roiin'tr adaPrisrmrnte' tis'raction'' td bcr enabled" to'. ris .;.IlIr""i} lilt e'p31J n ]lire give 'youat 'this .they discharge of their duty, it is.to b pram. \ J
r A:! Will for J..b rVimins. louse time; new;assurances.of-the-coritinuance:of the: The foreg6ing! ,.reinfaubSt +(; :.amendpleaur .submit this to you, a, jwondf/mr,1: ;.for your>
jj,r My n!roimnunicn the w iMa. mint I be addressed to favors f,1'roridsinger, The i current.:.year.has ment .asagrecdto by t6'last,4ene il.1 Assembly -i .:sideration, on account ,of.'its e utility and'icaportanee selections;as tht ydeemed most:vitliuxbley with-=> 1 !;

'7T All HAZGAPa05t'BQTCS! aD. JJo1Ul9' ptWl, but -inc e sgd, ,9uabligutione! to; the,.greatSource tote ith article .ot. the 'onahtuhon.% Ifit T I:allude'' to'a separate Chancery rt cut regard to D1jcJdms1'uistingtheftlldit" 'f i

tu-rr; lc : '-- :ofour'multiplied boUntiesAt ho'per -shQu14.1ifthe" 'oftne'Iiegislature'noVin t q urtjAm;
"-- pF A NEW iod, since the organization.of fleef3tate Qoieriimeet -; 'ses.ioii:to'.et blisli ;biennial instead 'of,n. :measart3 which vfill! occur,to you, J will confineriiysel a color'of4legaL: title:'orof the ;

1src.JJUUf.r> : ;NT 1 OTEM.LC ,. have wc.h dmore cause;of gratitude ;for -,sessions, the adoption of the f ast.oltnsogfth : t t.Ito;'one''onT";. arid"upon this'point ui i yoen'obserrattoits right of possession as opposed to the federal. or, )

.. thfr continuation lb ealt 'tliq'ricltre'iirda; of :fiiat amendment a8"1.tO' =hoterm l.leryi hares coB fi11necftJi.ft rti ofth $tat"eGpyetnment8. .t isb ltei :;hT: '

'HESPEltfltN. HA'RP''fJr. ,! industry" and the ;stea'dy 'aAy&ncetACD.'t;" r liar of jmembersof f,thellduse,.!and.o.'jthe kptif sea? : &better r-qnaUfied.frora/the5r position' tQ' .such"case metal:haTa ;heietofore ==1

fifr ret'JcA'rtyoq <'..,Gn. great social interests arid'moral'"iraprdverrieBtJ; ond'amendmentj'as; to theday andyear;df elec'-J judge anirnwreVdirectly2'interested.! ., Most of With the',.,:therefore", of obviating any difScullies .* '(

.1'm.. [/oue f than at'the pjfesent, ''Being.thu8-signally blessed tion; will *nec ssa'ilYt\'follow\ ,rnByJtne.
,,'ork will contain 500 P 19es ; inclu- it becomes ou ..dutYr'\Vh.en.*entering>upon ameadoieat, it:will be seen.that,the.SenatbriaV l. ,and"which render' necessa.i'.thexaminalion'iil1ddis : ,.it is-reCttu&eade&that. .

'I1HlS a lucid exposition of the Rules of I discharge ofrthose trusts.coafided.toiusris( term.is extended-from two.tofoiir t ears.; .. InTegard of the mote abtruse provision made for all such'occupan,'.here>

C-W g and of Musical Composition; alargerberV i the representatives[of the' pen per' ."notonl; y"to to this apendnien .-''I'miy'reqidrk that principles of the law,'are,' technically speaking, the possession i iisfed 'previouslyto'_tne year!

the Church tunes used by the reli- I express ourthanltftilness arid"gratitude for the although''itis the'privilege of .an'd itfay Be considered to be,found onthe! equity side' of the Court jiock-] ::=a'=t aoha secure'-: to tnem'privileges ''similar '

JZ.denominations,South and West, th:,n have past, but so to invoke the aid and;guidance.of': an imperative dutyamposedmpon,'.theExecatiTetoi et;/and' yet It is believed to! be'a''ruIeuiiiversally' to'the provision*:of the pre-emptiorilaw nowiar I
'such amendments 'obs ri dgrowing', ( "of the existing force and it such time as shall be
embraced iu one volume thai Almighty Being who controls events, as recommend extending to i .
ffll beforeAnthems; Sunday School and InfantJffonI1i that all our deliberations may .be, directed- to, the Constitution in:his judgment tlieptiblic; system,) to give precedence to law cases j Fthe* deemed;'dnsa.bl'hen; .the privilege:shall..

oaes Numerous Temperance and Missionary the advancement of the great interests of the good may d eortnd''ihatl J privilege i extends no' consequence of, Which,'so far as my observationhas cease' ::. The provisions of such a'laxaro; olds'to'.

.k accompanied in a great many instanJfctW -: people, and the promotion of the honor'arid're farther:: Srichjat least; was- the: construction" "extended; has ever, been, mall the States seme'exteritjlessen; the Iud (especially in cases-

j entire, Hymn or Song. Many: 'of the putation of'.the State. Without such, aid, we placed upon the powers of the Ezecntive by where this(system is in force to postpone where of the'first quality had been selected

entirely new i while many: of those cannot hope for success. himself and by. the General Asaembly,at its}at.| ,more important.bnsinessto the very last hours ,) yet a consideration of this character wills

Tees> airs that: have long been used at Pry With these preliminary remarks,. I proceedto I session-r-nameiy, ,that .the \ _Assembly of the Court which"is.then disposed of .hastily, it is to be presumed; have but little weight:with' .

b told and other Meetings, &0. but have the discharge of a highly responsible and was to all intents "a convention of the people arid. in most"easesunsatisfactorii' Y.; or from necessity you, when it is recollected that the alternative. I ;
*.Camp, amendmentS the'Constitution' continued from term to term, to the great be'the ruin of
been collected and harmonized important duty, imposed the Chief Executive when to were"un- 'may many worthy pioneers with "
i before upon I detriment.t of the rights, of, ,the parties. will families. '
der consideration as 'eucb entirely independent ; helpless
Scotch Irish German, and otherbe Magistrate of the State! at the commencement ;
.numerous will be found in the Hesperian of ,the annual.sessions of the General Assembly of the Executive. ;.But to recur to:the not enlarge upon this topic. -he,,experience,of There are other subjects to which the attention '
tones, amendments in question iCiflTto'mea; matter ofunfeigned every lawyer and.many long-suffering stii rwil1't the General Assembly has therefore been
Books ancient and.modern-many that contained in that clause of the Constitution Jidf
gyp that the''ado ion of"biennialsessions 1lish evidence'what I have statedj invited .and which without :
out of pl'mt.vhoe rich music is un- of the State, which requires of him to lay regret ? entering-into aa
rtjow its injurious effects. ,Many of both classes
of the present day- before that body'information in connection (a measure which=have'advocated stall : I extended consideration them'are again submitted
-fn to persons have seen entire devoted to the trial of
an day '
times and all occasions from a for such action as in -judgement
been completely liused :rp'' to supply this with the administration of the Government on proper; your *
;as conviction that if incorporated into the.Constitution some petty offender for some trifling misdemeanor they may respectively demand. Among these "
the recommendation,of such measures_ as may !be ,
r,.:. cr establish the relative rights,of the .
from much positive good resulting most prominent are the Finances of the
apart .
El;:'Z'tr\"i HARP is the largest and deemed expedient and proper to promote the '
; offered the American welfare.." from its adoption, many existing evils would be parties property less.value than, the...costs I State-tht several Acts relation to our Coast
Book general
i .
rr.rfusic will review of the Acts and Resolutions avoided;)-should have been rendered-:highly objectionable : incurred' In the investigation;; when after wards I Fisheries--and the fitness of the.existing Mili
Upon a :
all intelligent persons see by
c is single hour of the Court '(usually from exhaustion : '
tia'Laws the
1r Price the General since the by extending the term of service ofenatorstosuchanannsualand to prompt and efficient organization .
other 50
it with $1 adopted by Assembly organization -
ear tlng > extraordinary and the want of time) could not be af. of that'arra of the Government u, ">
b .lutifully printed, sod bound. in of the,Mate, J.take this opportunityto '
Feopy, length.' Long terms.of ofijce,'' particularly'of apolitical forded controversy.in"olving large amount In relation the Finances of,tho Stat'the ;''
bowl with a ne.itly print*'d cover, 50 invite your attention, to the act of JOth De- v
it is'"'belieTed 'in of property and resting .complicated questions Reports of the and Treasurer
nature are { opposi Comptroller herewith -'
for 50' cenber,1545, for Digest of Ter-
scat to one address SG2 100 co- providing a the establishment '
ma law. The
of a
ritorial and State Lm,. find to usupplementa lion tothe genius and spirit of our Republican separate transmitted, furnish a clear, and"it is:be1lieved ]. .
.$100; institutions, and may be said tow.indirectly.in Chancery Court Srould correct these evils, and ,'a very accurate statement' :of,the receipts -. : '
of the for the cols
Tin crock mill be furnished to subscribers ry act same sessiouj providing .
afford ,
Ii' ample time and for the deliberate '
opportunity and *
ia advance.ipntsVmtcl lection stud arrangement ot'the statutes of Great violation of,the maxim, that "frequent recurrence expenditures for the last fiscal year-
4 Payment fundamental principles, is. absolutely administration of justice *I am aware, with. such remarks and explanationsupon each? ,? '
It will ,
I to canvass the whole country.lrec.onnel1hhCn5 Britain of force in this State. be seen coarse :
of that 'the
li1i proposed Court would involve item in the
the of sense '
necessary to preserve blessings rtlPIt'is 'expenditures'appending as a -I
required. Address the by an examination of the Acts refered to, that
{#1 therefore most earnestly recommended to an additional expense,whkh should not of-duty may have demanded. From'a-critical..
at Louisville Go the of the General Assembly was not .
abut post pail, purpose the immediate representatives of the be incautiously incurred But if the advantages examination of the of the Government- .
as expenses
CoGa 1847. only to have a thorough Digest.of all tho Acts you, *
l Mferson August, people, so to amend the amendment of the last, are such as I have been induced suppose I:. since its organization, it will be found that no, i'
Territorial of |
To Florid who 4 t raesandoh of the Legislature, a public n.i- :
) papers copy I have reason to believe that a brief material difference f
session us that the term of members of neither very exists in any of the items! ;i'
number of the a boot will ba given ture, and then in force, including such as might
paper, would reconcile 'or
experience to
shall extend every person for the
branch of the General Assembly' i expenditure years'454647; with the
the General the
be to
passed by Assembly
irrtura.Spll7, up beyond twoyears. Aside from objections founded expense. Moreover, the'expense of the Court i: single exception of the Items of expenditure for i r
Fall session of 1846 bat antI
4t to
1S47. __ collect arrange, :it remarked that in might measurably be thrown upon those who Criminal Prosecutions and '. '
under appropriate heuU, all the Statutes of on principle, may a contingent expense*' .
tfmhffwUr 11. 8. ,11. StrnuiPiickctBETWEEN Lluoa Great Britain of force iu this State.: I have yow q and crowing State like Florida, whose_ would derive: most immediate benefit from it, i Courts These, in my judgment,'demand of

now the satisfaction to inform you that, in the I population i is gradually increasing by accessions and who would, doubtless, rejoice to incur a I the General Assembly a thorough investigation; s|

discharge of the duties assigned the Executivein composed of much of the intelligence, wealth small additional expense in exchange for the They are large. 'The increase in one year has >_*

the Acts above named L. A.Thompson Esq. and industry sister States, upon whom with delays,embarrassments and other inconveniences i: been without a parallel. Independently the 'i
commissioned : into execution this out delay, the burthens of government are. im- to which they are now subjected from the } salaries the Judge, (which,it will be remem-.
SAtAN AtI. dr.1Al. .ATKA,. FLA. was to carry posed,it is surely impolitic, to say the least, to present system. It'is believed that tax.of five ]wind;A:.iOj .A-B*=*-nmruii Hj*uar auwian- -1
wise of the General A'com
measure Assembly.
BY THE WAV OFD1Rlt the law of the privileges dollars upon every suit with a small additional zed by the Constitution,) the amounts alone of .
deprive them by organic
in the
\.TOHN'S WICK, ST. MARYS GEO.; plete Digest, accordance with provisions of citizens for a protracted length of time. per centage on the amount finally recovered, to the Contingent and Criminal expenses of the ..

' JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREED AND of the first Act of inestimable value to the : It is also recommended to amend the amendment be ascertained in some mode readily devised Courts, exceed the entire expenses of the General _
State the and of which
P1COLATA f LOUISA. compilation completion I to the 1st section of the 6th article, by would nearly, perhaps entirely, pay the expenses Assembly for the year 1846. The aggregate

t h Manection with the Charleston Daily Mailfcisanaciets might well have been considered i the work cf striking out the ,words one year" wherever of the Court, and, I think give general sat- sum of these expenditures throughout the-{ ,

I : ; at S ivannab, the steamer SARAH years, has been carried through the press with- they occur;and inserting "six months." I readily isfaction. State, for the fiscal year ending 31st October, ,. \

t tf AlbLYG, from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the in year from its inception, and is now submitted admit that I am at a loss to see either the At the first session of the General Assembly, 1846. is $8,362.31; and for the year ending 31st _}

l ; A Alu'l l tag from Picolata to St. Augus- to the General Assembly for such addition- I justice or policy of the article as it now exists. a resolution was adopted authorizing the Exe- October, 1847, $18,061 48, making an excess of

f .ae. onJfroin Bluc'-c reck; via. Newnansville, legislation, if any, as may be necessary to So far as it discourages emigration to the State eutire.to appoint fit and competent persons to expenditures for the last beyond those of the;

::,ugtur, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to perfect the work.I wise ; act and confer with persons to be appointed by preceding year of X9,69917. and exceeding theexpenses
; it is most certainly objectionable,as a pol .
, have deemed it proper to give this work a the Executives of and Alabama
.. icy would dictate possible incentive to Georgia as commissioners of the Assembly. for the same .
t OOUCLGEE, C31't. A CHASE. prominent position in this communication for the to run and mark the boundary line year in the sum'of,4,503 20. '" '
emigration not endangering public safety.
! JT.AUTTI1EWS, ,: P. IC" ELTY.J several reasons the justness of which will be So far,as it operates unequally upon,all who between the States of Georgia Alabama and In conclusion,'I may remark that althonghthe,,,. -. .:
J readily seen. Frequent changes in public laws Florida in with the of 1795 have thus increased' .i '
These p.1Cketdc:1 Savannah every TUESDAY are citizens of the same State it is. not. only an- conformity treaty expenditures been tn the [
t ttlSiiTEDAT MORNING, at 10 o'clock and ar- are of themselves arils of no ordinary magni- but ,.' between Spain and the United States. I regret last year nearly ten thousand dollars.,it is riot ,

Ktetf Picokt; *totems for the Mail Stages to go tude. In a government like ours with a popu- ti-republican, unjust.the to haTe to inform you that in regard td.the line doubted if there 5ho 1d\bep coin, P t collection, r'1 .}

tough to St. Augustine before night every lation comparatively sparse, scattered over an I avail myself of present occasion, also, between Georgia and this State, commissioners the entire assessment of the.taxes for the anise -

Jtalaj and Monday. extensive territory, with few facilities inter to invite your attention to another suggested were appointed on the part of bothf who, aftera time. the balance, after deducting the ordinary.
the in
communication changes are peculiarly so. amendment, of paramount importance effort into effect object .f .
teaming, leave P.llatkLevery TUESDAY and protracted to. carry the expenses for collection, will be'found adequate
fatiTMoRM.at 7 o'clock, touching above That the Digest under notice Will meet the rea- terestsofthe. people of the S ate" My views in of the resolution,eventually separated with- to the Banta of the Goverment. :Bat T have 1o .
Q'Jay.ney sonable expectations of the public the high reputation relation! to it, to a very limited extent, engagedthe out having accomplished that object.. This information hesitation in saying, (and my duty to.the'p ) I

are both loin boats complete of the Commissioner is believed to attention of the General Assembly at itslastsessiori. Aa1'ing'be n communicated to your lie would seem to demand it of me,) that it any : -"

,and h n.homely pressure furnished in; every res- be a sufficient guaranty, independently of I allude to the change' then recommended immediate predecessors, with the correspondence additional burthen shall be imposed Po a the ,

(P+d;tre conimiuided; by gentlemen of well the unqualified approval and commendation by me as to the tenure.of office and and report of the commissioners, and no Treasury, increasing thereby t.he 'm1u l i- '. :'

toineiperience'on the route and their pat- of the commission appointed to approve or the mode of election of Judges of the Circuit new instructions having beeu _received in xelatiori penditures of the Government to, any considerable ;.
"M are assured that every attention will be disapprove of the work, as their judgements 'C urt., If the existing provisions of the Consti to the subject, no farther attempt at negotiation extent, there'must' be corresponding increase .

p.id to the ufety and comfort of might dictate. From these considerations, it tution be not changed,, an election of Judges, has been made The same doubt and uncertainty in the receipts," or the credit of the Static .' : ;
MtotliecarcfuUunJUng freight. is earnestly but respectfully recommended, during good behavior, will be made, the Leg- as- to the ,true line still exist. The must necessarily depreciated, ..The .facts. ::

AGEXTS: that no additional legislation; (at least of a islature two years_from this time. It ,is obvious subject is again referred. you as a matter of are before you -withy u is the: remedy. ,

tools t Tapper t Savannah. public nature, and in repeal of the acts com- then, that there is no time to be lost.in discussing deep.concern not only to the people'oft the State; The cost of the Reports of the.Supreme Court -

UDeLorme, Darietf.iFiiedlanaer posing the Digest,) may be had at the present and maturely considering'any proposed but more especially so to those who live in the .of the State, has been' suggested .various .+ ;

Brunswick. session, unless euch legislation will be change of the Constitution in that regard, as it immediate vicinity of a line'heretofore run and sources,as a fit subject for the consideration of.: !

Sweat- St. Marya.awiei ; obviously productive of positive public good. It must beadopted1 if at all,by.two Legislatures marked from Elliott's mound, near the source the,,GeDeral AJsembl,. The, ,decisions therein J .

k Bisbee Jacksonville. would seem to be wise policy at least, to.allow within that P eriod., /This circumstance .of the St.Mary's 1.ert to.;the junction of the .axe.the law of the land, s.knowledge of.Much :

*Coy, ., Blank Creek. : experience to test the inefficiency of this work : coupled :with a ,otherwise"seem senseof duty, undue is my Flint. and Chat. tahooc, le Rivers. cannot be'leas impprtaut to the" peoplethaa; .r the: 'j
-a. work of industry, energy and talent-before apology for what might Statute Lava.. '. '.& '
Cooley Picolata It is truly gratifying' to me, however, to be .J .
Q.Htwkins 4tka. we attempt to improve. it bll legislation of doubtful importunity in this again earnestly invoking subaequent your. enabled to inform you that our negotiations with r Having thus recommended:such-measurts or. \ 'J
llsfitte & Co, .- or' Charleston. expediency.. to' and Alabama hare been'entirely successful. Com- domestic policy 'as"were,'deemed entitled to'a "".
ll-Goods The collection and arrangement of the Statutes to"the,da.te.of. my:last.message, continued missioners on the the States claim' the consideration of the
foromimsdion. part'of respective
consigned to the Agents and anxious observation of the two modes upon- : Representatives -
del free of Freight from bared of Great Britain of force in this State, contemplated I exhibited in other States together with a gentleman, of no ordinary_.rep' of the People'they are_ submitted nnderthe" ':'j

Qa1J. Ch.trleswn, and all way freight in the provisions of' the supplementary I of,electing Judges, as heretofore utation, as Engineer convened immediately after conviction that.not only these,' but such additional :
have but confirmed opinions
!1 dlehy act refered to, have not yet been completed, my the of the last andwithout
shippers.anber and increased ?,desire to have the adjournment Legislature, subjects; _aa you may think: advisabig twill
but will receive the prompt attention of the my .
17, 1847. tf id encountering any serious obstacles toanadjuatment .,receive. properconsideratipn.- .
Commissioner at an early day. onstitution so amended as,to pro .for the a ;. ,,: ;
-- of the-line dividing ,that ,State "
immediate election of the Judges of the Circuit Court by a Within the present.year. ,,three requisitionsfor :t
NOTICE the annual '
In to
message your difficult to arid Florida.united, in Report to their respect Volunteers for'the' ':.service; "of the T1ni 'd. -
It is ;
the account '
directlrbte i of -
brtbJ io people !
given that I felt it to be duty: recommend
SIX date
MONTHS( after redecessors my five Governments which with all the Docu-
P ; States have been forwarded> to this A
1 1ha.U>, for the existing anomaly in\our State ; departnierit .
following amendments to the Constitution
apply to the Honorable'Judge of theJ" the merits in connection withit is now on file is : ;:
.ofthtGo-r rnmmt' It is'really and:trul r 9 ,
which forbids to the..peopleavoice } -
Owrt :
or Nassau county, for my dlShotatnt of this State towit: II the Executive 'office and will be submitted to
in the selection of those of their pubho servants 'tifying, (b e enabled to inform yo thAth"ej; .fJ
S Editorship the Estate of 1. Biennial instead of annualsessions'of the without its :.
; whenever
on the. Legislature /delay
; >walker late of said county, deceased. General Asaembl y,_and the ,term of,service of. : who, perhaps taken ,.of care5oftheir R others, have interestsg the mostto :- wishes that respect are made known., ,It may .were met.with'apromptness'When it is remembered worthy;; :irhaio'uz.Stateliad'sorececitlj :all ebmmendatipnl -! 1 ;

wM. A. RUSSELL 'Executor. thereof BO amended: .as to conform do with not be remark this i time that the "
%23i > ; thejmembers Though the laws under whichwe live be enacted .improper to ; at been:tie.theatre of'.tfar, 'J

1847. 6m thereto. immediate representatives of the people report is highly satisfactory to'the: Executive,. alnVpst'without; a'parallel t itfsavago: c barbajitiesarid'or ; "J
instead by.the
of two-
\\, KOTICJK. 2. residence of six months it is obvious that their, true value, d*? from a conviction;that' the commissioners ;' : its',withfring and: deadly tiei% ',
Persons within the State, as a necessary qualified yet : ,identified arid agreed, the line originally i1I'- i1
A Caving claims against the es-- years ends their proper'odnunistration b y.the upon ; ces n sill the'elemeats.afitn"ro'i': a" :;,
.. hteof John \L Or-- lion to suffrage. upon marked being latitude 31North !and ,which i =
Stafford late of New Judicial officers of the Goternment; An incompetent deemed.coinplinientarytq::: :"our tfefl ow citiseaa.r : i
A deceased 3. So to amend he 12th section of the 5th article 'it will*be remembered ia f the boundary as'fiiea ,,
will present them to the render, ,: that under'such: :adveree circumstances ." '
r ;tireuit or faithless Judge may, ". "" ,;;
of the *
election i '
that the of Judges > *
hin liythe'tre ity.of 1 795.t ; !
the time prescribed by law, ,. .worthless the best system of lawswhile,), an 'F lls"on their patriotisin"'arid gallaritryi :..h 1'e' -
"lid fRiu'. be barred; and those indebted to Courts be hereaf\.er.. Dade directly by the people !honest. one has it Inhis pbw>r'toSyo' d,manyof ';jis!the cbntrollsmd'direction i bf tneVery.libe! i'beeriiriade. In remarking upon/this; subject,.t .
the r
will make payment to. by general, .ticket from satire State.withoutin with the evils ofhasty legisktibnt! ,f'The-adoptfon, : ;;; of ral grants of'Public Lands':made;, by the Federal I will not forego tht present opportune oceaetanto ::4-
SUSAN+ STAFFORD Adm'x. : other respects interfering established.; .the existing system,'is regarded as.a lingering Government;!,to, the. .;State for seminaries of bearrtestimony.t6' the"galknt'spirit,' which,' ; jt

'. JOSHUA STAFFOR; Adm>r. the alternating system at present by distrust" the capacity the people for.self-J Learning Common schools,;.and'' should
service not
Bay, c"-4 P 1), 1847. 6m law';' and that the term of government'derived from 'our' English anceStors prbvements"wer "'confided by thV:General''Ajssitnbly : la StateshaemanifestediEself: ; for tlie nerg -{ .:
ontinue .less than1 five years: ,
than'ten '
a c more nor opposed to the spirit almost"eiclusively:tofthej; ':"JKegister'bfPublic tic.'prosecution of thecwar. withTthetMexicaa' : :i''Republico'mmifestabon ,
NOTICE. manifestly a system
U l ?U is a gratification. to .embrace .this! opportunity -- of the Lands/will*scarcely ed.thtt tbutin. .
J1S having against the Estate the 'in.part Ofthese of our'free institutions.und to the rights be expect noiirr'wprd i

t d rIllS Randolpqi? late"I of HiUsborough to'adyise recomiaendationX'ty' youof ,adoptaont the last GeneraTAsfjjembly : ? people; Tliehob'actions"uanally:.. +made'tot, the Lshouddo. tmorejr|at :this:.tlnae,'|hanmerely3bremind :crtwn.' Notwithstanding: -.ccnibinstioirof. ,
ay w. U ) jfik .of ,the 'inestimable,PaIue'of these influences 'all having aduect CJ.tod !
ed wlU i' oelC9tlon;Lbatre resua to be.. :
them.to.theono- ,
ttibit Jthin the present> ; (and of.their publication in the'publid ,pr.opo apprehension. Ya than xn fact. :donations;.and of the?heavy i'respbnsibiUty'.resf pen'the ardor,dnl\fn1shthi resources, &UdIprit' .t
ttt. tune li Feats 'more In:
y'eiIl be forever Prescribed, all:Jby:: Jaw, journals of the State, contormitydtohthai. So.ve far'as* observatfons; an,d.enquirIes] ,liare"fexfeoded awgu'tilthosle tb'!wBom!.theTl7iaTetieezi ea:, alize the. 1erlies.'ofjni .fellow citizens'for. .,
barred and ;those my
tO M** 'sare j clause.of the astCtutionrwtali; ) !rovidefoamendmecita 'as ttfihe'effectsbf the systemin'otherSutes ::trusts._ In'my annual:i communicatieri\b rerlViWV ny consecutive-yeariy they have gaUantlyar lJied -. ., .

to requested to make by your,tiodj,;[. but" tauTgratificaftion :, Jof the Pi '. v "coiisidersd it.a attheir count .a catlhiwiumbers; .r: 1
TlIOJiAS P.KENNEDY bere it.haS been"adopted, none. <*>*V>J **lp <* J>MWMV U* ; fT. -.ropor? .t.tinned .
'on the one part, is'coupled withrideeprtgret > < 'us all 'redict ; ta-0pponenxshave' .duty to,invite;the atteation of.;the, General!A e*- lO'oar.military."'strerigth'that )U1.be: tl :
'I' Admlnistxitpr. amtndirients.were r esul is 11- la > -
I > Fla o. dn'the6ther,=that; the' ; rtal1t'bsi benefits"tiiitic%:: sembly thissebjeet,-so as to, aecare lot.1h)8 in' eniubl' cbmparisonr"1-. --- -*ihe brer_ .- ( ; !
S tf3.1547a ,.2m' ... to the full extent of the recommendLiunwuft'iJ been.t.tperien, Np-" HtieS of r'r: ie' ubH. Witho 1Bt& '
I a not,adopted ; E,ratedli' "itsFfriendl;"h'svb 1ii i' ealiseda> J : 'rho eucceed u 'Ptherfull benefit ottee gratita.= ;ei. ':: : ,
, ". ..'M.6i. ,,: "".., A } t ., RihaioQaalluch'gccaaio'cisexpress 'd'ullyaad' : either lo count'! ;cost '., fthe'. "rtr.,,;. rtO. : :"
j.JUKRi& *eKro Caught.I' .-* r Td'SR. P t emintntde'Fe..{'I 1tUi: sq ha,. osltio, # > e ) ; ; ping ; .' ".
'oviaeit1 t the 1 .
,, The first amendment k membcMoftheHouse''JorBepleient ; 'viewa/icy el this the'truth of Senatorialdegttnte 'I
! & and committt'd. ife jai i1) ; 'stimedbbti'u e>th u.iuc ay ate rrtIi+opos ythe'sele -. .-- .: ''Without'reservemy'- ?v a tiearto' lDeatipte : ; y "
.1d half be '
," ackson ille !'Tal ,County- :. a.jjegri). UTe Udn:of fudges'nonie5tveaarit41th'a y.tad lef tifie d that I ani n w"el a led .tiqnt that itunjtts t,"': iiholyV:arid . .c
*-"i about*>r.-IA Yy rspf ag- ire}* f- J1r- chosen 'by; he'quaUnedTOters;r aadli f hall.ier've, discharge' pt1ietr'duties,and in**'; other f- respects"ftdt&; fttawVWa"; e Dibl1i, christi ; have>,.<.tbluiteeHd. ..,. .,ii >lheTco ,'. .1

. &it : in.,height, 'black;eom p leziona.. for theterinaof'tao... ; jeara., .tronl.;,A ,z J f ..t gyp "ii.1f,efititJddto: .p, ,bu ic-*confidence'with those ::Ritli'e ieat.sitd; :lndnstiy,Kertliy, he:;objectwta, ,mon cause atiheirrmm, ) u>ltitn '. ;" -"" i., ;'.,, /;
;hta : f.th tt acting under, ,the' amen. .ed.; b01 adopted ach preliatidarTicieasores, .te ned't'l a tno.btxoming Am.ri; \
me.na FfIANK. .IJe saysfe" that' .1, it 4. a ; : ae acted'b'S'inkrinediate''a: 8--tt no'exceptioris : 't&b1.dJ !
l' ftl .Itc1uLrdVlseniaker. Constitution dn'd nolo, candthe; sessions the ss wi71' it. 1.'b ; r\JSuswned by..Ub3 pan i aa sd iliac added astir. :Mastro., tha \Q s
I it tbesogronndsjAnd Y
ofT ea ietakento on ., t
catf .L :11 ,.
. uwti of th'ti"Goner'Al'Aaseinbi {s Ulj biecinial, hd : will die aard anotherveryimMrtarit.corislderaUon -, r lC -Sw i.z On' "tI':1i., OUJ':_""d i.2'.J'quent 0\ .| :S { J -',. 1"- : .. "','" "..tM1l!. r<.a J.. a

Ir QQeafed'f to' commence oD'th nth adaj;iii t'iNrri o berJl 'LegisUture Certainly. no .: namely'thut: i 'IYittit 6< t the' 5uteenth'Sections eachowrishipy Coa1. ''J:m. e'ne.' ,1: iiiOD. "'totat .. .;,: ;
rOTe'fit. '
: :
,. ? ttk.e Item away..i' :'; ._JI;,_. r; each.ondreverr:year/'or at suehother time a direefibtifb'tkepeopleforJu S :'o f t e:Ci. r-' :T cite. : 'recomm'euded; (C g1'eII$1e.; ;to-eexU" ; "i\C, o naajtoin; ainat atrao. z.t

tf ; ". .y. ;*;.jfjBAiwss: ,: J. 'mad bi'reacrib'
.. : 'menfdesignalM the first MondaytinOctobefiineacbahd _m tit, .' 8tea tHe ::>tJa deemi vistiblea'4ncodry readear' oti .;
: \ r.1i
Staj .ttbh M 4 Ch"., ... '.lQ _f nt,5 Jf l'jijil5U-+4*|.
;. a'SWft,,' lSwft.. every 'eeopudr f j y s tb_. 4 r; ff ,> ..":. ,\s. -" ',. .. .- >; ,t;?' 4"'t .
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I ,, f # Deferred;:and no provision having been made 7 THE .N'E'I T,,' 'S : : : Federal government has shows that the,Lpwer ,that. <, hi some- -Counties- the expense. .11I. 'of, criminal. :&m.. 8.,, -P .

t' r'. by"the State for companies heretofore received, .'" "Y"' '< ,"":: '. House represents f. the.. paseions'and hasty wishes .prosecutions, hare exceeded the: mount of tax* The great me &l8lUbJ.to,. h., :=-
:. Uis most earnestly recommended that a Resolution 1847. ': of the people,while: ,'the:-Senate'wbieh_ is relatively tt' Beffl .witbin them,-\ttt,we trust .he does wed and" the tuntaof: the i 'tr.
s : may be adopted by you authorizing, the ; "
? + the
zof .br this to, end that ,counUesthe gives meliy-holy eviltoce
? mean recoDa ,tl 'I
T T r payment of these claims. Their recognition on P. independent of;those first_ popular emdtionSjpossesses I tin i
S ', : the part of the State, it would eeeny,would be the sagacity and.foresight:which 1! S 1ies"sh uld ,defray! thes expenses. I of the hl wt order, canprpettydesjgiMbf tu itself to that:

f i ; but an act of justice to our gallant Volunteers,, is alone; available in moments doubt: and diffi iculty. : The.case has"arisen, of course, only in those 'personal :aggrandixmtt(
i -4_ under any circumstances; but to meet their unavoidable counties the population of which is sparse and Lsnot. 1RI .eface MrB ':
if >mvoa ahaadnountrYthe
1'r I b This would never be acquired theT "
t expenses, it becomes a. matter.;which ; I ,'Mt'
rt'+ : Me+ = not only addresses itself to your sympathies, were all elected to every, Congress, and if our: as the whole State i together is equally interested : .ptieaU or hla bittoa;.:

I J but places it upon the higher claim of un doubtI Senators are all to be elected to every General I in all these criminal-prosecutions, ,the.whole i Like him, .the Statesman of K i": ,

I t tfi e ,. ted right It will be seen, by referring to'a FAIR IN ST. AUGUSTINE.-We are requestedto Assembly we'shall merely haTe another Lower 1 State .hould. ,pay for them. Moreover '-recent. come iiffiict:4jwlth! the Presidency ttadaea, _
t : Resolution of Congress approved on the 3d of announce, that, in consequence of some delay caused When ,
N occurrences in Gadidencounty hare .anexpenditure we ijead in the Northern
'I tf ; r March last, that the Secretary of War is .re- in the receipt of several important articles House under a different name, which will .bean Whig Paper; <
t .R '. '4 quired to refund to the State expenses incurred expense to the people without. affording any. :.which will'p; )r WJ 1? e'- occur a week since, aa abstract of the,speech 1*% :

I 3 f k' under similar circumstances,-which would the opening of the.Fair at St Augustine postponed corresponding advantage.We ., again,but which have contributed to swell the made by Mr..CLAY at.Lexington, we were totoutded I

+' seem to imply a payment previously made by from the 14th lust, until Tuesday the regret also that we feel compelled to express -. sum total This is a branch of the i State expenses by the new portions and_ deelkraiSojaof "
the State. Whatever construction be
may which cannot well be foreseen or provided the oracle oft
I; r <" upon the Resolution refered to, may be a mat our dissent to another recommendation of ; great *Whig party, that WI I

a ; .. ter of adjustment hereafter between the Federal LIBERALITY.We render our acknowledgments the Message,we mean that of the establishmentof 'against, 1e which perhaps,the most necessary could not resist belief ,that,.it .must have|-"

", r.4:! : .'r and State Governments. The expenses of to Senator FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns, for a separate Court of Equity jurildic ioD., :Thetendency and unavoidable of any. garbled to suit factious
f ft' +,c. r' k the Volunteer Companies from Florida, were the only copies of Legislative documents we ''has beento view was ,taken .by ,severali Southern '
i in all reforms' "W&-
r: ,! t incurred on the call of the authorities: of the I legal THE 'LEGI LA TUBE. _
; 31. i f N't : } ;' State, and their services have been rendered have received. The delegation from our own I blend the practice of. equity!: and common On Tuesday the'23d of NOT ember, the Legis- prints. But the speech is w given to 2"

f 4 "a in obedience to that call From such premises, county, it appears,, represent their party, and law, and the day has arrived when the rubbish lature of this State was organixed. The Senate world in full, and under his..03, appreUUa: .
t ) .ns r a the responsibility of the State to. recognize not their constituents.CALHOUN ., and to our deep regret andpity we
of old forms and customs by.the b'tlot
; j .. these claims in the first instance would seem outgrown age, elected the Hon. D. G. McLcAir' of Walton coun t.
--- -- --
been able
to that the ,.
perceive a
,: : to be the only legitimate conclusion. COUNTY.We learn from the Flori- are to be swept away from our courts justice. ty, President,-CBABUS W. DOWKUIG, Secretary fqrmtjr. .

:. ". Although our more immediate concern is in dian, that the committee on elections in the In New York, Pennsylvania _and, Louisiana, it. ,--8.WJ. ANBEXSOS, Assistant Secretary,'-A. did him any injustice.. .The manifesto ,o.f i
'.' ;, ; legislation such matters as the State in Whig party has been published n '
; 1 upon that distinct tri- npu;
:. r and exclusively House of Representatives, in the case of the has been proved by abolishing; IL Busu, Engrossing Clerk-W. W. TAYLOR,
its is
I dependent capacity directly that definite and
# r tt,: .. contested election Calhoun bunals for, these two,systems the interests of end G.McLxAK Messen- nary some tangiblbe forla, .
i j tik' interested; yet, as one of the sovereignties for county,have decided : Sergeant at Arms,- A. to its .tene YF
given new in.thewrecVofl ;
of the Federal Government, we. cannot be that neither of the claimants is entitled suitors are materially Increased, their expenses ger. :The House elected Hon. Jos. B. LAWCAS-; J .! : !
r d I indifferent either to the principles upon which diminished and are less subject to delay. old,ones.1Mrr; Give rhaaflang: the )11!
,P, t 'to the seat. Mr. ARNOTJ presented the certifi- they TEa, of Dural'county, Speaker, over Dr. Mnc -
b M : its legislation is based,or to the influence and banner to the breeze, and we,must Ql.
.1 t effect of such when into cate of the Judge of Probate, that he had a majority There is also another great objection to tie recommendation iLL, Dew, of Jackson county.-:'WM. B.LANCAS-
1 t ,;, legislation put practical can find inscribed upon it neither patrioti'a _.
.r, operation. Without again recurring to the of all the legal returns, while Mr. RICH and to the method in which this TEa, was chosen Clerk, -B. H. Hiaou Assistant All is sacrifized

,$ a S. I leading measures of the National Administration. ARDS presented another certificate from the is proposed to be obviated. The expense of a Clerk,WILKINSON CALL, Engrossing high principles. to put'political ,
,' '.f $ 1 take this occasion to remark that the exaltation. The struggle is no U
s ; court will be one that the :
} same Judge, that he had a majority of all the separate chancery Clew,-Rev. S.RFosxKi, Messengerand W.
: views which I have heretofore expressed in relation for Rome but for Caesar.. Intellect
:1 legal and illegal returns. The consequence will State ought not to incur, and which it cannot J. ATWATKB Sergeant at Arms.
..t ; to them, have in no instance been changed fe ed in ambition. '
i,,, '; c" ; but, on the contrary, their soundness hast be another election. afford in its present want of wealth and popu- The "Florid ian" has the printing cf the up
; M' !uy'has
been attested by experience and observation. lation. Gov.,MOSELEY a remedy whichwe of Mr. ( forgotten the time Q.lt
i h C h .i:r proposes Senate, and the "S tiDel that of the House
a ,;,t In regard, however, to the War with Mexico, itis DEATH OF LIEUT. STEWART.The "Genius of cannot approve of consistently with our. wished there was some little nook or ecn 1\t\
,rf s r to me I assure a source of deep and unfeigned ? ; the for him. He l
; : you, Liberty, published at Vera Cruz, informs us Democratic principles. We believe the rightto army now consider Ht i in
a 23d the Governor's
On Message
the Tuesday
: r regret that each and every effort on ,
that the death of Lieut. STEWART son of CoL as injured nation. He attempts ,to
be M
obtain redress in of to
courts justice a
part of the National Government, heretofore a copy of which will be found on our first page, I
'; r :i' made, to bring it to a happy and honorable DANIEL M. STEWART, of Columbia county, was natural right which accrues to every man from was presented to both Houses.We his own country to the indignation of tie vori ;

I. ; B./A termination, has been wholly unsuccessfulA caused by inflammation in the stomach. He the existence of society and which should be All our contest heretofore, and all t&V j nn
received the
'. : :' succession of victories unsurpassed for their as yet only proceedingsof blood which has been has bee
I was attended to the last moment by the his spilt, *wasted m.
secured him of
independently position or the Senate and these with :.
brilliancy either in ancient or modern times, are unimportant, .
members of the Masonic brotherhood and his on an unholy cause. 'We are the
tq I leaves but little room to doubt as to the ultimate his wealth. The general interests of societyare one or two exceptions. On Wednesday the ag ressontaj;
x t ,, ),; ; g result of this unequal contest. remains followed to the grave by all the American as much involved in the suit wherein five 24th November bills' were introduced to 'extend the war is the act of the Democratic jarlj r';

lrI'; '. : The solemn declaration of Congress, apart i inhabitants of the city.A dollars is the amount in controversy, as in that Consequently we must retire in saaas km,
the elective franchise to those who have
from other considerations made with an un-
l Mexican soiL We are to seek no .
; .,' "i,?,'' t, ,+ uuimity unparalleled in the annals of its legislation MERITED TRIBUTE.-We are happy to per- where five millions is litigated. Every suit, of resided within the State for one year-to make iodeooir/.
Even the Pacific is
+ r ., ? Ji that THE WAR EXISTS BV THE ACT OF ceive that a resolution has been introduced into course, must pay the fees as .settled by law, the Legislative Sessions biennial instead of annual a port upon more thsa to,
i MEXICO ''' affords ample and gratifying assurance which the labor ef the clerks and should ask.
the for the of swordsto : depend upon
Legislature, presentation ,-to make certificates ot the 15tate Treasury -
1 that the National Legislature will never The honorable position which Mr.: .
CUT. ,
inferior officers of the court, but we cannot understand
fd' direct its victorious troops to be ingloriously Maj. LORING and Lieut. MARIV. These gallant receivable in payment of public dues-to,
cd ,r ; 1 Withdrawn: from the fields of their fame and officers have reflected the highest credit why the salary of a Judge should be elect Judges {)Probate by the people-to pro- signs for his country will appear frola the tali.

Y their glory; and from a contest, thus solemnly upon their:State, and have proved that,although estimated according to the amount involved in hibit the introduction of slaves in this State torhil't" lowing paragraphs: **, .
t '1r declared to be brought ut by the acts of its each suit which he decides. This wouldbe "I am afraid that we do :not now 'rtasif tejj.
few in numbers representatives in the service upon
our belonging to non-residents-to jurors
: pay in the ot other ot cbrintndJRepudiation
qt i adversary, WITHOUT INDEMNITY FOR THE PAST, opinion puts
m i i : AND SECURITY FOR THE FUTURE. If such indemnity of the country can vie with those of any ,in effect, making the Judges hunt up their from the State Treasury,-and to establish a has brought upon us Bad iffproach.

( ; < shall be secured by the accession of territory other member of the confederacy in bravery.THE I own business. bail and county attachment law. IOn _. All the nations, I apprehend; tv

: (of which there can be but little doubt,) We highly approve of that suggestion of the Friday, the 26th bills were introduced to on us, in the prosecution of the preset v ru,
.,< < .,,' it is believed that any act of the National Legislature WEATHER.-On Saturday evening last : Governor which recommends that some provision being actuated by a spirit 6f rapacitjed b b-
'' ; to which shall appropriate such territory visited with frost amend the Legislative act providing for the ordinate desire for territorial aggnutdhenot
; i we were suddenly a severe so, be made for those settlers:who have
+ i5 to the use of one portion of the confederacy may election of Presidential electors, so as to con- Let us not forfeit altogether their gowTepaiflafc'
{ that in some parts of the town ice was formedto
1 the exclusion of another-or which in its occupied lands which have been subsequently I Let command their Mbletx
,, to ferm with the U. S. Law, and to provide for the us applause a, *
provisions shall annex as an express and fundamental the thickness of a quarter of a dollar. This selected by the State. In East Florida many of ereise of forbearance_ and justice: fa tit elevated

,o :N'rr J; ,t F condition to the acquisition of such territory cold was felt the more sensibly inasmuch as buta hardy pioneers have encountered all the hardships payment jurors.Mr. station which we hold,Trecansifdjiffori
,1 1 that neither slavery nor voluntary serI few days previous the mercury in the ther- FAIRBANKS introduced the following res- to practice the God like virtues of nioaentki
I ,; vitude shall ever exist in any part, except for mometer had risen above 80 but the weatherhas of a forest life, and have devoted their labor lution: I and magnanimity. The long series gbrtw
o I Pi ; crime whereof the party shall first be duly con- for years to the improvement of lands which Resolution relative to the presentation of Swords triumphs, achieved by our g.dlbnfeomm
: +' i ti ,icted"-that any and all acts with such provisions moderated considerably and we have had may be wrested'from them at any time. The to Major Loring and Lieut.M. C. Harm, citizens and their brave armies unattended by 1 sutglt!

4 I ; would be usurpations of power not delegated much rain. During the week, ending on Wed- Legislature should afford such valuable citizensthe of Florida in the service of the U. States, reverse, justify us, without the least dup
'' t ; t ..1. by the Constitution-unequal, unjust A. M. the lowest tarnishing the national honoriadim edo
f nesday evening at 7% pointof of law similar Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives ,
privileges a preemption to
ti '; and oppressive in their effects; and to which lyT:olding out the olin branch pec&vlf;
the State Florida in General Assembly
the_thermometer has been 30 and the highest of of ,
I .L-L r- *i. 01 *i a o-.Pn.insonp tliiia insulted that of the United States.
do not want the mines, the JIloubiDs, tie mo
convened. That the Governor of this State
;. 1f tr';' abused, and injared, can never consent withoutfU1 56;-at noon, the lowest 45, and the highest 71, We feel that we cannot too highly commend and to be to r-clSes.. the sterile lands of Meiieoi To lei-tie
r f inglorious surrender not only of their reserved -at 8 P. M. the lowest 36 and the 62. procure cause presented ldajorwn1i -
highest loss of them would be linmiliapng! and.petual'lotl1'ee s
the and W. of the United States and per
r t, rights, but of-those guarantied by the letter manly perspicuous style of the Message, m Loring, army, of and "mortiiSeation.: To
+ and of the National and the concise which it Lieut. Mathuia C. 'Marin, of the United States regret.
THE of
i spirit Compact. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.The manner in treats so na they might prtrfe1 a feital'acgaiintionprodacing ; ; -
swords inscribed in
"i I have the honor to be, Message of Governor MOSELEY, which we many important topics. Gov. MOSXLEY mightbe navy the, appreciation suitably entertained by, the testimonyof people of distraction, die tion,."di risi Dr.posiWy

4 it.*.,' i4* ; St. Very Your respectfully obedient,servant, lay before our readers this week, is an impor- imitated with advantage: by the Executives this State, for their distinguished gallantry and disunion. Let, therefore, the intepitjofUi dldei

+ k '4 y .., W. D. MOSELEY. tant document, from the number of suggestions of many States, who in their efforts to display services in the war with Mexico] the expenseof national existence and national: territory *
; t 1 ico remain undisturbed. For one.
+r r;, + ; EXECUTIVE OFFICE, November 22, 1847. which it makes in reference to changes our importance, merely exhibit their peculiar talent the. same to be paid from the ContingentFund. see no part of her territory torn from her Ij

.i r present laws. We shall briefly comment upon for writing a great deal about nothing. war. Some of our people have placed cheer

'j .;:; f 1 \:. .1 For Making Yeast.-This is an indispensable those which demand most attention.It Gov. MOSELEY also deserves the approbation of LATEST FROM MEXICO. heartsupon the acquisition orth-e Bajrfjaa

;\ r ,.'t"J' i; I' t., _. commodity, and families often find no small difficulty will be seen that the Message continues to his fellow citizens for the position,which he has By the arrival of the steamship Alabama, at Francisco in Upper California. To M teWrf, ii I
i if; : f in supplying themselves with even a tolerable great_maritime power, it migat prove
..,-.1 p:' ,: : ;:: a; article. We therefore publish the following recommend, as it did last year, three alterationsof taken in reference to the Mexican war and the New Orleans on the 23d tilt, we have ten days advantage hereafter in respect to our eoaa -

,. .''' :, recipe for its manufacture, hoping that our Constitution. Two of these were acted Wilmot Proviso, and has shown himself a wor- later intelligence from Mexico cial and navigating interests. To Mexico,vikft

't'.t,, : ,;. ,.. by so doing we may oblige our readers. ';'fo upon by the last Legislature, and amendmentshave thy Executive of a Southern State, and a patri- Among the arrivals by the Alabama, we no- can never be a great maritime power? ,ittxx to-
:"t ; :: two middling sized potatoes, add a pint of boil- ; otic citizen of the Union. ver be of much advantage, If we eau obtabl.
: been published providing for biennial instead That factious and tice that of Major LoRtl G. d
'.._ ing water'and, two table spoonfuls of brown I by fair purchase with a just.egoivalentTeho
.t.5.;' {l f ,"., ,. sugar. One pint of hot water should be applied of annual sessions of the Legislature, and treasonable spirit which' would sacrifice thehonor The news is not important.Gen. be happy to see it acquired. As/W; enew fl t

fl. ," to every half pint of the compound. Hot water extending the elective franchise to all who have and interests of the country, out of a hos- Quitman is ordered to report to the I war ceases, Mexico ought to be required to pj

:,1.. ';\,!j, .f .it,: L' is better in warm weather. The yeast being resided within the State for the space of one tility to the administration, receives a merited War Department. His object is to seek orders the debts due our citizens, perhaps sa eqinn
t:' .hY s made without flour will keep longer in hot I I lent for that Bay may be found. in thatdelaj or
rebuke in the Message and the him to the command of his division
"' year. position is as- assigning proper IrofdbasJ
.', ; weather, and is said to be much better than any Government assuming to 'pay'to
"J, "i .fI, I\4. '1 jn previous use." Try it.-Maine Farmer. The other recommendation, that Judges of sumed which all parties at the South cannot Most of the other officers have come whatever portion it may be ipplied tbst

I '-" \ i -. the Circuit Court be elected by the people in but unite in, that we must seek from Mexico home to recruit and recover from their wounds. object. But it should' form no, motive a tie

"Y Chemical Analysis of Tea.-In the memoirs general ticket, was not acted upon by the last Indemnity for the past, and security for the 210 sick, wounded and disabled soldiers also tinue prosecution a solitary the hour war for, which the sake would of that net ear ir-

of the London chemical society there is an interesting Legislature. The change from the old systemto future.? More or less than this will be inju- came over. born. "

?'" paper by Mr. Warrington, on the the new, was abrupt, and men hesitated to rious to the national honor and interests. The great train, numbering something like "But,it will be repeated, are we to?kmioindemnitv

l',f. analysis of tea, in which he states that he has adopt a principle which no experience had test- 600 wagons, left the city Mexico on the 1st of for the expenses of the war! DI"
; not only removed the whole of the coloring matter THE co utterly unable to ina) or glazing, from green tea, but he has been ed, and from which no advantage could appar- FINANCES OF THE STATE November, and arrived at Vera Cruz on the indemnity if the justice of the war'oa ear pan

.' d ? ,;, able to analyze the matter removed, and prove ently be derived. At that time we did not approve By the Comptrollers report,which accompanies .15th, without>> molestation or hindrance save a. entitled,to demand ifc Her couatiy bsieea

it by chemical evidence, to consist of Prussian of the change, believing that we should i the Governors Message, it appears that:, few shots fired at it from the hills at Bio Frio. laid waste, hercitie3 burned or;oceopwijr1"1

the blue drinkers and gypsum of green principally.tea, as So it comes that in to fact the be exposed by it to what might be the greatestof I The amount of certificates outstanding November. .,_ This side of that place it was found that the troops, her means' so exhausted that. 451 IIm 1 **.

v English market, indulge in a beverage of Chinese all curses under a popular government, a I .1st 1846, was 27 597.28 bridge had been taken up, and that the trees on ble day:to's pay prosecution even her of own the armies.war, whilstitv4j 119

paint, and might imitate the mixture by judiciary whose subsistence depended upon Amount of certificates issued for either side the road for miles had been felled augment-the amount of our. indemnity

) q t+, ; -- dissolving Prussian blue and plaster of Paris in personal popularity. Although we have since ; fiscal year ending 31st Oct. 1847 52,787.46 across; but a large crowd of the Indians is the lessen thabiltyofMexico to pay it ...>>!'

: :4. w l l ad hot tea water., they only The Chinese sell it=do Gardner's not drink Chronicte.this paint- witnessed the successful adoption of this iystemin vicinity were at once set to work cutting them 'seen which', however that. there' is aaotherftra ItiswM,a
the State of New York, yet our prejudicesare Y 50,334.74Less out,and the delay caused to the train was oJbut I wears to indemnity: >
territorial indemnity: I hope, forresscnsjready
not entirely removed, and we still,consider this amount paid 7 into the: short duration.. stated, that thatfirebrand -wifl rot *
While Gen. Taylor's lay at
Walnut Springs, preparing army for the encamped storming of. its principal objection to exist not in the people, I Treasury 45,357.60 Gen.Patterson was still at Jalapa,goffering ,brought into our country.4 .

Monterey, some twenty delinquents were arraigned but in the Judges themselves. That the people somewhat from a severe cold but recoyering.Gen. : .:-; :S TJius' the Soutli J.(to'be forever eat pf frf

V w r before the General, that he might hear will and can elect directly, without the intervention Amount of outstanding liabilities $35,027.14 Cushing's eommaad wasencampedthree, any; opportunity' t "to,provide for its'surplnl w1population.

Er j .i. their trial, and judge of the aptitude of the sen of representatives, those who are beet The taxes assessed for 1847 amo'ntto miles beyond, and the entire force in U Ticini4ty i .LikeBBTrojtjMr.CiaYh
tences. Pending the examination a big-boned '
t !'i six-foot volunteer was observed to, be hanging qualified administer the laws, we'have, hot -$51,73154 Jf w_not far,from 3,000.. 'CoL'Hays left for himself into the arms of the northern faciaand

!It; .J Around, as though anxious to get a heaths a doubt Yet the most able and learned Judge Received of these by) Treasurer 6,142.55 puebla'on the' morning of the'13th,-with his ._for-.. present Tpeponal; good, IDh be .

';'' S i Said Taylor, addressing himself to himHVell, upon the bench, when his office and subsistence '"' Texans, escorting up'Maj.Polk and Mr.:gmy the, country 'to prospective eel:d '1 hone q uestlcs

+ 'my good man,what is wanted V 'Why,Gineral l T south! -y, slano;
depend upon present favor with the people 45,142.54 the latter bearing despatches. The notorious of necessity\ ; he .
I see we hain't had nothing to eat these c
? you
I twenty-four hours, and we can't fight 'em right may be compelled devote more of his time to Deduct, probable allowances 'of.. Padre Jarauta had sent in to Gen'Patterson, can !hale\ no alternative' between;fuPs.F'

a 't 'J:s without we get some vittles first" Ba iiei er- the courting of popularity than to the duty of his County Commissioners for collecting requesting to give himself up provided no harm or b utiOD and l o,te e4qtWat. tri'to7 .P

r .; al Taylor turning to the officer of the office.. The ota Patterson' er we must free,our>ta/e4 ad 'oolonisat
1 day, spectacle Judge upon the-bench, assessing, insolvencies, and, should come to him; but Gen.. sent <

e ;' have'Give plenty'em plenty of fighting to eat!' and I'll see that they e: soliciting the favor and suffrage of those who may over charges 9,000.00. him back word that he might expect favor. : where the t can, tE
4 R f'i' be compelled to appear in his Court in the qual- Due for taxes of 1847, payable .on i There was a report at;:Vera Crux when the A and' .1J Pn'slaer. .)frt. t.

1 '1: '? Sir Robert Peel is said to possess an estate ity of suitors, is abhorrent in our_ eyes, and we i Nov. 52d 1847 $ ,142.M I Alabama sailed, that'Gen.'Lane'had.had,another tempts' to overconie the.1;difficulty- b1- .s'Pzf

+ valued at ninety millions of dollars. His grandfather can have no excuse for calling it into existence, Amount still due for,18,46., f 3,480 I. :brush with Gen.Reanear Puebia,'and routed, tion : ,,

4: to .was in quite ordinary circumstances. but the right,and expressed wish of the sovereign :' ... ,....... him entirely. 'The entire/force of Gen.Lane atPuebia "Since that epoch, a schemej oIJJ it had w d
clones has which
; tn ,
1i His portion father was of cotton this immense spinner,estate, and which accumulated then people.., That Judges will eventually be : 'c" $39,62284 not including the small"command of at that timej sprung would .have' obviated, $ *-. etd, ,

,.r ; s has since increased by judicious, invest- elected, in every State in the Union, we have The Comptroller.of opinion that. .this.. sum .Col..Cbiltfs, is.about three.:thousand'men.. We greatest objection' which,was..maqemancipatiozu.which aafd' "

r a ; ments. Only three generations have sufficed to not the least doubt t but it would be.:well for will be'amply sufflcieut'to meet'all outstanding- believe that_ _",CoL C. is 4 to; go up, .to :the capital, ; was the contia1

t .,, raise a comparatively obscure family to rank, Florida,in view of her youth and rapidly changing liabilities. ,'but,'it must lg.confessed,,lr willbe''a with the great train., J.: emancipated scheme is the'.sl&ns.to'AmericaaColonizatief abide'r%V.
.! .; opulence, and power.. scale of population-rashly to take a close shave.The } 'The ealth.of'GeL/Herrers which had been _
,. ; step .reaso of_this.has_ been as > About: tweetJ.eigh.shot: a fad .. U
4 ,s ,- which might be better adapted to an older and alluded to by the Governor. in:the. usual expeaseof -; very precariona! 'at Queretaro,.was improving at ualsj; myself,among::jthenv'metcity --r: oa.oi.
: The junnber of votes polled at the late election settled : : ere and laid the oieti _.., ..
.more. densely State. criminal.prosecutions, ''and the contingent J dates. ;and_the,strongest hopes, entertained Washington,,
: in New York is more than forty thousand that'eociet It has,, on amidst ,...
,. ,. The Governor also recommends that in ; of thelCourt of his entire ,Reyes and Lombardint gone 'f
l pro- ; which recovery ,
expenses haTPaltogether
ti ,, ; .. lees than any election for the last seventeen < } : difficulties and trials, rostaia5IA t
1 .1 I care. Tiding. for.biennial sessions of the Legislature,' amounted:'to S1 ,Q L48""agamstSq52.SlHhe were : 1.-command 'of the_army.; The =tentirely,' by'.apontaneoui.iAd; po,. ,

4 i m m m m .. 'the 'term of' the Senators shall be-no.: longer: ; :preceding::year y The cost: of'f criminal; -:-' 'q-ft"!'Ii'J'1'L '- to. ardsT'ca .r' -, contributions, from,. individual .- ? ,. .c

ft .' The New York Mirror says that seventeen than that of the Bepresent .tins.. For:'this we prosecutions hU been follows. 9 VIhstern Inca,irle th.e infantry had;9m ft,<&$$&** :without: scarcely, any aid'rom GOT" ::\:. r
: under"its,>tt
,out of twenty Whig Members of the next Congressjwhp 'are at'a .loss,to see any sufficient'reason.? ,The I .- '.Circuit. .. .- $4,414-62 4 Some'say. that EJlojifaga will.receive a oaioriof&e'tQt DOY'Wen The.Colonies'establishcdcommT1aitieT, planted i ,., ,,
> have been written to on the subject, Senate is designed, to act 'curb both .."- $. <1< dental r'- -*ire oth- I
,> .,hare avowed themselves in favor of Gen. as.a uponthe -'.Southern; < +' : '1,195.69; t1,. M'"' }; Taylor .Executive and the 'Lower House/and t&0only diddle : ,'!'. :. 'ers are. dhidM1.MtWm. .B' ":A1inont 8)) dirilifed. state. wJ'ITJIS! ?Uiwar.iBrepeiling
'' r* for the next Presidency.. ; .. 5,980.47; '- } r- ,, ""' ) '. t., :-r ,
} ,:" .. : meals. ,by '::whfch'to: give.it, a.distinctive. ; etderD "o, .1": '. "3,442.77 Coaplidoand :Gonxalex Costa: 'r: .* attacksi and W*$ liDarbaroui'ahd
f t I b... .; L__., / '
: sa neighbors .
; '''' ,
; ,'> character from the other the ; "" ; :' : '. : ....... ', .' "" < ; ib
'; branch of LegWa; ,,, _c-< : ; .
t The Richmond Republican, Whi ig is co 1s- e .' "_ mad;+ temtbie .. '
.: '' "" Hatermofoflice: \.- ,. : t' .. .t :! '1.1' is said that some ofthe.Meiican;; ; Caylilrytied ; ; ; 3 3Y
A' strained solemnly to declare that Mr. Clay' can.. ture is to lengthen th tita'mem- .... ;;,' ..., ,. :.r''iq'.' '<, uk,.-.' -$15,033,55. c.; ,?poisonediancefc; j l$ 'N t pever be placed in the executive chair. .bers. The'experience of.: th -()mention f'the;! The.Comptroller calls ttt: nticnf to i he'''fttfc thown.. RC\warrion.. -; '. *f J. *::..T5A..'y"* .. ? *- tit7ltat T a99 1' ,', .> ,,'
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t B? ]BE _?ffjSESSS5B53cB! !! 3CBjE_ _
j ""
ir J.
ih.etr G T n on''tCf"th 'LATER :ENGLAND I .
FROM The .
of South.
,4 u r' : Q}. McClung. -- -
pas!.onbch, in point of composition, and ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP ACADIA. for Congress; in. the second-district wIdg in candidate' ;vU..J s. ,Manual's Sale. "
bon to the public affairs of their The advices from London,'are to,the 3d, and in the course of the canvass has Y_, e'or.a writ of Fieri* Facias,"iaaae 1Jr'A" 1
rr., Ad1'&ntageo USly, with from repeated ont of the-United BtatesaDistrict.C ._
compare Liverpool to the 4th.inst inclusive. ly and "
d distinctly avowed
f':: himself in favor ) "
fOIor t e0overn ore of our own State. The English Parliament.,would assemble most extended of' the ",,, for the Northern District of Florida wherein .
on acquisitioi ;from Mexico
rstitious but I do solemnly the 18th inst. : Josiah OatesiaPlalntiff'andCorneliria'. ayteDefendant -: ,.
J for the despatch of business. is not only in favor of the' ;,' +
'rri retaining Californias
Colonies are blest with the The India mail had arrived. but -:I have levied upon
Accounts advocates
t J 'rse said the acquisition of fooTof\ andlhall.oa..l.
'dtDCe, and, if we may: dare at- to be good. territory north of the 30th every the first Monday in November .

'i'N1 lIg the veil, by which he con5fSESSEE Money was easier at Stock Exchange Lon Rio Grande to the Pacific and parallel, from the PLOiUDA the hours.of ten, a.'to.and two/p. m of(,thatvi*
; this
'' from mortal eyes, don urges as the LAND SALES. day, axposeatpublicsai in front o the Court, "
dispensations at the latest advices worth *
6 only
!"" that Africa hall be the refuge It, ,is reported that the; French say per ct. the means; by which the South can maintain' WILL be offered fbrHeale..at: Auction,..on i House' in"the 'City of Jacksonville:, AH theli.' '

"iel'lJ S the descendants of Its sons and will during the next session government in proper equilibrium! in the Union. e 7th da 1: r March; 1848, 'at. the right; title and interest, which the said Cornell-.>
of bring a bill to
tk\ e &Dd d from feu' native repeal the law which excludes the County Site of .Bento'n/couhty: ,', East Florida, us Taylor had on the lOthotl\fa1.t843, in and:,,. '

torn ri leacaMt family from that Bonaparte ..4A venerable lady of a celebrated physician several! tracts of Land,ih"'tOfbwp"21. ,Range .te the following tracts of land, vis:- v ",.* ,, :r
ides Under tie country in the city, one day casting her eye .out at the 18, and' in Township 24 Range 21.: A tract on' the St.John's';River near the.,"

ELECTION.. and' with express a view sanction of the government window, observed her .husband in the funeral On the 14th day of Marc h,at the Court Houseof mouth of said.river, called the bl.-Trllct of i> _v
to relieve I
of Tennessee the : the existing procession,of one; of his patients, at which she Marion county t sundry tracts in lend,situated in Duval County, State of Florida,,'.
', the Legislature pressure, Bank f England, on the 25th: of I exclaimed"I do .
end October issued the wish toy husband would Township, Range 20; and ,bounded'on the Non by the St. John's''?). t : .,
ed some thirty or forty times they Resolved, That the following notice: keep away from such 'pro es$ hS-it appears u 13, Ic 21, Rivers on the East by Sherman's Creek,rnnningy t 'i
U. S. minimum rate of discount ,too much like a tailor home his u 14 Ie. 21 the
succeeded electing an bills carrying own > with meanders of said Creek to King's Road :F.. I
JG&1 II yet Mr. JAR1 ALAN. It is be on 8 not having more than 95: days to run, work ?} u 14 a 22, thence along said road, to lands of Lewis Mat-; H
of cent that
the place per advances be made on bills of At Madison Court JfJuse, on Thursday, the tair; on the West by the St. John's lifer/ '

that Mrthe WutTiS a Whig, will, Exchange, oa stock, exchequer, and other approved A Manifest Deft Max.-When Lieut. Emory 23d March: thence running with the river to the place of

e qport dtb Jeatocnts, be enn- securities, in sums of not less than stopped at Panama, on his return to the Section. Township Range, E. beginning; this tract conforming to a plat of .. "

2000, and for periods to be fixed by the governors United States last spring, he encountered an The S E & of 23, 1, } 7. survey made by Z. C. Gibbs, on file in the St I.-

mecessM.fOllovinE of questiens were ad. This, at the rate of 8 per cent per annum. American at that place half-seas; over, with S W 3 of24, 1, 7. Johns' Circuit Court, under a .decree of partition r
series virtual abrogation of the bank act of whom he got into an interesting conversation. NW3of25, 1, 4. made by the St. Johns' Superior Court,in'
Ie candidates 1844, must, of course, receive the assent of Par- Why don't return u 1 7. 1827 and
to all the Whig you to your country 1" NE3of26, containing about hundred: acres. _
SeaatN', will you vote for the liament, which is appointed to meet on the 18th said Lt. Emory. ce E 34 of 1, 1, 8. Also a tract of land,known as the Forbes Tract,' I }

'IIf chosen Tariff Ad e18461ve inst. In the mean time there are some slight "Return to my country.. Never! cc W M of 6, 1, 9. bounded on the Sovth by lands belonging .
or the and influence symptoms of returning confidence, without, "Why?" LewisMattairon the Wtlt the Roadon. '
y oursupport At Jefferson Court House, on Monday, the by King's "
J Will lp rigeroll!preset ution of the war however, any perceptible effect on the produce "Because! I am a manifest destiny man, and 17th March: the North by the North fork of Sherman's1 r ; r- .t

,qport.t 1sL a markets, where prices generally remain with- my country will be along here long before I S. T. R.TheEofNWof13I Creek, to the mouth thereof, and from. the

UuiM passage of the Wil- out improvement.The die."-Bait. Patf' iJt.- 1 S 4 SE. mouth of said Creek to the mouth.of an Inlet of,.
,1DSrJ olfpiese eatedtie at the last session of effect of this measure was electrical ; in n E CofSW oft3, *, 5. the sea, about; one mile South of the St Johns'- r

tte, the general eagerness of speculators for a fall u He that attempts to make a whig of me will W&ofNE} ofl4. 1,. 0.8&of Light House, and on the East by the'sea beach, j
Whigs have replied inurtIexpressive to buy in their accounts the market became make an ass of himself"-John Van Btrren! WofSEof14, .If. :5. to the place of beginning, and conforming to A..

I.fi't t the leading wild. Consols in a day or two advanced, after John made the attempt upon himself and fulfilled 31< 1, ':;i.II plat of survey made by Joshua A: Coffee, on file ifc
of their desire to give the Rea the most violent fluctuations, not less than five his own prophecy.-B.st. Post. N'Et/oC 6, 2, 5., in the Duval Circuit Court, under a decree, of. ;

fair trial, and to Prosecute the per cent upon their extremest point of depres- B34ofNW3jofS, % 5. partition of the Duval County Court in 1839, fSheriff's '

AStrdvithMexico vigorously, and in oppositionllwafflotProviso sion of the previous week. Shares of railways, I Politics are bloody things. A whig paper in Tn.1.One-fourth cash, the balance: in. arid confirmed by the Circuit Court of the> r ,

The answer returned which had been ruinously depressed, rose ra New York says it has sanguinary hopes of three annual instalments, with interest in advance County of Duval, at the May Term.: 1847-.;.containing -

pidly. London and North Western rose from McClung's election" to Congress in Mississippi Or, If any purchasers should prefer to about one thousand seven hundred and ;
!* B11DIIEItRY is delicious, and should .tl0: to .E12 a share. Exchequer Bills only pay all cash, five per cent will be deducted sixteen acres-each tract being a part of the. ',

b aodfl of perspicuity and energy to all rallied to about 15s. to 20s. discount. The su- Practical Conyaest.Lieut. Thomas from the credit instalments.Lists Grant made by the Spanish Government to An- '
di gar market became more active, and cotton and J.Myers, of the tracts can be had drew Dewees, on the 3rd day of September t
when called to of the Massachusetts has particular by
..cpirants upon express corn advanced considerably. The difference of received his regiment and has,"anheted"asked and applying to any of the Post :Masters in Benton 1791, and confirmed to his widow and heirs, on ;
From this it does not seemCUT'S the the 1 diaCharge, him- the 4th of 1804 said include
opinion day May tracts
tpiJioDB. amongst press respecting policy'of self to a beautiful senorita or Marion county, or they will be furnished, if ?
Xr. positions will meet with favor I this virtual abrogation of Peel's Bank Act was 1 fair Mexican brings her, lord near the Monterey.The cool applied for, by letter post-paid, addressed to the town, of Hazzard, the steam saw mill,on the,** -

most striking. The London Times, with an ill- of$30,000. Lieut is sum "THE STAn: REGISTER. AT TALLAHASSEE, FLA. beach, and the scite on which the St. Johns'.
Myers .
a and is
.felDessee. suppressed feeling of disappointment boldly' printer, Light House stands. ). .
Register of
about ,
Nov. 11 1847. establishing a at .
NASHVILLE newspaper Monterey.Confirmed.
reproduced all the which have ROBERT MYERS: Marshal
1 arguments /r' Public Lands of the State of Florida. ,
Mjemen: With deep sensibility respond end lately so unflinchingly urged against the inter It Tallahassee, Nov. 1347. 3m Nov 19, By his Deputy, G. HCMPHBEYS. ;
iDterroga.t.ories-finding myself so incredible to the
appears U. Marshal's
i'?c vention of Government, which was again pronounced Office, :
placed in delicate and responsible rela- as most mischievous. In the city ar- Boston Atlas that a new manufacturing company St Augustine. Sept. 17, 1847. } i

ticle of the Times, that powerful Journal pointed should be started under this absolutely ru- Notice of Executor's Sale. N. B.-The reservation of four acres, including -, -
11111. favor of the war, first; last, and all out the apprehended mischief in the follow- inous tariff at South Hadley Falls, that for a TILL BE SOLD at Public Auction, under the Light House, will first be offered for. '

s Most candidates say they are for aLwprosecution ing terms. long time it could not believe it. At last it gave V an order of the Judge of Probates, of sale, as above, and theremainder in separate
| ',' I further than that in on Monday. The Atlas that the the County of Duval, State of Florida at Jacksonville
: go The Government has now fairly taken the says "Spring tracts, made known on the day and at the placeof .
?[11 for giving the Mexicans the very devil crisis on its own shoulders. The field Republican confirms the statement""acotton in said County, and State,on Tuesday sale i : fi
%fir u: MJust and infernal on the part of easily be foreseen. A general belief that mill of 10,000 spindles is to be commenced the 1st day of February, 1848, all the personal n-: The above sale is postponed until the' .r!

1 J&oz who began it ; and President Polk's the worst is over; a withholding of shipments, immediately"!! Another pile of ruin-! property of the estate of George Kingsley, and, first Monday in December next. Nov 0 ;; '

a r take was in not understanding a year which would otherwise have been forced off at Boston Post. consisting of forty Slates, male and female, of .y: ..?Ii
lg than he did, the circumvention of John different ages, a lot of corn, fodder, potatoes NOTICE.
t a sacrifice a rise in the price of cotton as well ..
i vuj the diabolical collusion of the Mexi- Most plantation tools,utensils, &&, &c. Terms, one HAYING left the State, I have appointed ; r
as all other articles; a steady increase of im- Depl.alJk.-We see it stated that the .
half cash the balance in twelve months with YALE,my attorney to settle :
i a ports a continuance of railway Works and a number of emigrants to Canada who have died I ,I I'
; ; :
f gKowI am not for disturbing that tariff readiness to enter into future commitments in three months on ship board after 1 personal security to be approved of by the Pro- my business. All sums of money due m o caD: ,! ,
or they .
it Si Patrick and John Bull have now where otherwise all would have been caution were landed, is seven thousand one, hundred and : bate Judge of Duval County. be paid to him,and all claims against me, can b-. ': .
them have it I JOHN S. SML\ 8 presented to him, at Jacksonville, for adjust ..
otrcorD-bread-let say, ,
ed and contraction; a renewed drain of bullion, forty. A vessel recently arrived at Grosse Isle 4 .',tjlj
feed OLIVER WOOD men t. MYER HELFER.Nov. ,. ; .
i i d! or no Tariff. At any rate, let us unattended to this time, because the' Govern- from Londonderry, had when she started 336 .26 184 7. Sins .1 .. ''iIJ$

t heif long as they can pay for it. ment will give aid if the things go wrong;' a : passengers, 18 of whom died on the passage and Executors. "..<, ::;-
Jacksonville Dec. 3d 1847JJ 1-- IS
hake it as rather ersonal that your in- 120 .
contraction of the circulation ; new deputationsfor i were landed sick. I Sale.,4 ;:
t ztotie d. not refer me to the Wilmot I relief enforced by representations of the I The Savannah Georgian and Charleston virtue of a writ of fi. fa, issued out of, '.:'i

!1m" I know ani care but little of the good effected by the relief in October; new con- Counterfeit Eagles.-A. man his Courier, will copy once a weeks till the day of BY the Superior Court for the District of East: ',., ,.;,
giving nameas sale and send their bills to this office.
c brie;but I think' Wilmot' himself deserves. cessions ; another rebound of prices and of Casimer Antonious, was arrested in Dayton Florida for the County of Duval, I will expose J

tit tug. confidence ;' again a drain bullion; an alarmat ((0.) on the 11th inst, charged with passing a, to public sale, in front of the Court House in the' : .i
Ink profound respect, your humble and deism the exhausted coffers of the Bank ; a rush for number of counterfeit gold eagles, and commit ,CHARLES P. COOPER, Town of Jacksonville in said counfy, on the '4 41.

H. BRA )BERRY gold ; an issue of one-pound notes ; another re- ted to the county jail. The counterfeit is saidto ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, first Monday in October next, between the legal d &1i

UsriJ. Dunlan., E. Polk, and J. G. Harris. bound and another panic; and finally a suspen- have been executed with much skill, and the Will practice! in the several Courts of the Eastern hours of sale on that day;a certain negro female' 4 .;

I'iiiii Whig doctrine in Tennessee sounds sion of specie payments. The order or rapiditywith pieces are so heavily coated with gold, that Circuit of Florida. slave, called Chloe, and her child George, taken } 11

rite a death blow to Mr. CLAY in the which these circnmstances may come aboutno aqua fortis produced no effect upon them. They Jacksonville E. F, Nor. 26, 1847. in execution as the property of Joseph B.Lan'v ,.i:
one can attempt to determine, because the are so well coined as to deceive the best judges. caster,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould. s ,.

Minister having undertaken to regulate the supply CHARLES H. PELOT Banks & Co. THOS. LEDWITH f l: ;.r

PREPARATION. of money, it is now a matter not of calculation Aug. 27, 1847. Sheriff, &e.- J. "}J

according to fixed laws,but entirely of individual Editorial Covrteties.-Wby i* the Louisville ATTORNEY _AND COt SELLOa,_AT LAW, fjT: The above sale has been postponed to .
fin the 25th nit the Senate of South Carolina discretion; but that such events, or Journal's career through life like a celebratedtune Little River Florida.: '- the let Monday November next. Oct 8; '

pd unanimously to a series of Resolutions others analogous to them,will happen, can only ? Because it is the rogues' ID.8rch.la.. WILL practice in the several Courts of the' J7 The above sale is postponed until'the- .,..

.mated bjr Mr. BLACK in relation to the Wil- be doubted on the supposition that the yielding Flag. Eastern Circuit Florida; business entrustedto first Monday in December next._Nor 5 it
Minister of will determine at time Why will the editor of the Flag at the close .
to-day some his care will meet with prompt attention. <'< 't
denounce the ,
tothotiso. They energetically Tax Collector's
of far severer peril to take his stand and to deny of his career be like a tune of Paganini's?-Because Sale.
Bcoutitociotul efforts of those who would ex- relief of kind." he will be "executed on a single string." i ON Monday.the 7th day of February next, ,

didttte South from nil participation in terri- any Prentice. .JOSEPH W. FITCH ((1848) between the usual hours of sale iExOfflcio

HAVING established himself at PAL E.F- on that day, Will be sold for the State and
ttgvkich may be acquired from Mexico, and Important Decision.-The Supreme Court of Yankee Conquest.--Late advice from California as GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT ATKA, ,, County Taxes, so much of the following named fj '3

amlact, based upon those adopted by the Pennsylvania, says the Philadelphia Ledger, say that the emigrant population from "the will attend to any business entrusted to his tracts of Land, as*will pay the same and all J1'f
that will to which the "mark"of '
I.qisIature of Virginia. But there b one ofilfthelast have decided a StatE'outnumbered the native in Upper Cali care with despatch. cessary expenses, viz 750 acres of land belong, *
the testator is made is void and insufficient.The .
ing to Antonio Alvarez 150 acres belonging ton :
fornia. November 19 1847. tf ; : _
of the series which for ,
provides Act of of the 8th of 1833 '
Assembly April "
James A. Bardin; 500 acres belonging to Mrs.:
KJ action during the approaching session of requires that, every will shall be in writing, Tax Collector'. Sale. Mary Ann Davis; 83 acres belonging to Samuel 'I
Passengers, Rfl.rborsagb
fagres favorable to the Wilmot Proviso and unless the person making the same shall be the invested in me by law I shall Grimski; 340 acres returned by Daniel S.Gardiner .. ':!
Per steamer Wm. Gastota Savannah power !
prevented by the extremity of his last sickness, BY ; 4COO acres belonging to :Moses E. Levy ,w.
lisas,ud wuich is well worthy to be imitated expose for Public sale, on the first Mon- ; :.
IjnroTa in session. We shall be SIGNED by him at the end thereofor, by November 28.-Miss Vaught, J S Vaught, G J day in February next, before the Court House 31 acres returned by Chas. J Scioenheist as' :'

Legislature now some person in his presence, aud by his express Reed, A B Haczard, L Christopher and 1 deck. door in the town of Tampa, between the usual agent for child : and 80 acres returned as be-
fcwfy trust they will make similar prepara- direction.)' longing to Alfred Taylor; All which land .ia :a
Per U. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee, from Savannah hours of sale, the following described premises, '" .
t lillfora crisis which unavoidable. within the county of ..
north east of
appears to wit :-The quarter range ((18))
Prolific.-A Mrs. Flournoy, of Alabama according November 2Sth.-Mrs Tiffany, Miss THOS. LEDWITH Sheriff and .
kiktd therefore That in the event of the eighteen Township ((34)) thirty four. Section
to statement of her husband in one of Tax Collector '
Tiffany Mr. and child Messrs -John Ex-officio D.C. '
Tiffany the West side of the Man ,
tJoption bI the Congress of the United States of has decidedly a genius for ((18) eighteen, lying on "
our exchanges, progress Jacksonville Nov. 5th 1847. '
Green A and 4 deck. bounded the north lands ,
sjbv or resolution by which the citizens of in population She has given birth to Coy atee River, on by own-

i Te-holding States are to be excluded from five children in eleven months, nine in less than Per U. S. Mail Steamer St Matthews, from ed by Major Gamble,south by lands owned by Sheriff's Sale. ; .
a.faD,,perfect and equal enjoyment of all the Col. Reid and M. Ledwith, east by the Manatee
three years, and fourteen in eleven years I Mrs. Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee,Dec. 1st-
and River west by public lands. Levied as (Sale first Monday in January.
I privileges in any territory which is some" in a upon )
*91 be acquire! from Mexico, or any other Flournoy certainly neweountry. Mrs Reed, Mrs.Hannah, Mrs Roan :Mrs Strong, the property of Wm. R. Craig, to satisfy his tax BY virtue of two writs of fieri facias issued

J';hI the prohibition of the introduction whena Mrs Harper, Miss E- Ross, Miss J Ross, :Miss es. and all costs and charges arising thereon. from the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court .

lute! property into such territory, that the Three boys went out a fishing one day to Clark, Dr. Parsons, Rev E Aubril, Rev. J F JOHN PARKER, Sheriff, for the County of Dnval, Eastern Circuit of
io thunderstorm coming up, they ran a large and ex-officio Tax Collector. Florida wherein William B.Ross is t.
mior plaint
this ,
State for the time
being con-
rods from the brook for Messrs H H J Johnson
hemlock tree, a few Young, Floyd, Tiffany,
Nov.2647. 3ins
ti imaediately the Legislature thereof thatfcjwjtake Tampa, Hillsboro' co., and Arthur Burney is defendant, I have levied
shelter. Just before they reached the tree, it E Reed C Benjamin G Hannah Longstreet
such action as they deem upon, and will expose for sale before the Court
unary and becoming. And that His Excel- was shivered into a thousand pieces by a strokeof At 1 T M Owen, A Clark J Burnt Sammis, J C $3O REWARD. House door, in the Town of Jacksonville!, on ,

*7 be fun her desired and requested, during lightning. The boys urchins stopped said aghast the Barthell and 4 deck.MARINE above reward will be paid for the ap Monday the third day of January, 1848., the !
last one of the terrified to near- .. THE
aterul between the summoning and the of Mathew C. Eubanks, who is following described property, to wit:; a Negro

Uing of the Legislature, to correspond est": charged with horse-stealing and other crimes. slave Catey, about 40 years of age, and aim a 1
d c Milt witk> the constituted authorities of Sam', can you pray P The said Eubanks left this County about the Negro slave PaW,a man about 35 years of age. ; \

'States, with a view to harmonious action "No) OF JACKSONVILLE DECEMBER 3. first of May last, and is now believed to be in Levied. upon, as the property of said defendant f \
"L "Bill can't ? ,
'twimporUnt subject is ", you East Florida. and to be sold to'satisfy said writ of fierifacias

= No. ARRIVED.Nov Said Eubanks is about 26 or 28 years of age, :
TY Fatale- "Nor I, either! but by hokey something rather spare made, broad across the shoulders, THOMAS LEDWITH, Sheriff,* : -
.A'IlfJ' of Switzerland.-We have must be done." 28th.-Steamer Wm. Gaston, W C Men- .
red hair Duval
about six,feet in height or sandy County..
Peel in
!? a previous number the two regike & Co.
delL 24 hours from Savannah to Holmes
; shoulders stooping, face round, complexion Jacksonville,November 26, 1847.
:helix tit women of the Canton of Uri, butt A newly married couple down east were taking Merchandize to Wm Alsop, :II0 Moss, Holmes light or sandy, and blue eyes-complains of his i
French paper a notice of them, : their nocturnal and talking over & Co. Tax Collector's Sale. J
iQ'e repose breast, and has a cough that causes hoarseness ;:
? rm translate\ literally: The two batWtring 1 matters and things, when a heavy thunder clap Nov.28th.-ta-6teamer Ocamulgee-McNelty, Savannah dresses genteel, and when in this neighborhood ON Monday the 8th day of May next, ((1848) 1

,!.: fourteca hundred females in I and vivid flashes of lightning filled them with via Darien, Brunswick St Marys,&&, passed himself off as a Cumberland Presbyterian between the usual hours of sale on that ,

present aa aspect at the same.. terror and fearful apprehension. Suddenly a to Fernandez & Bisbee.Merchandize to J G Preacher-he also professed to belongto day Will be sold for the State ;.and.County

1aiot.lormi: and captivating. In their evodiscipline tremendous crash caused the loving couple o F Wurdeman-J H Bryant, J D Sammis, H'O the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Taxes, so much of the following named, tractsof

they are drilled to perfec- start as though they had received, electrical Moss & Co., and T Bellows given us. the said Eubanks wes arrested near land, as will pay the same' and all necessary .

.. lIl1Onall enough, superiority of term shock:Jonathan, throwing his arms around his December 3d.-Steamer St. Matthews, King, Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his misconduct expenses, viz: 10,050: acres of land on the St.

.U 1 his been very much the reason of dear, exclaimed, "Hug up to met Liz-let's die to Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchandize to B ; and, as he passed himself for J. Rober- John's River, known as the Bayard., 'Tract, and- -
.' .c vade; the handsomest are of like men." Mrs. gon he was brought to' Montgomery the belonging to D. L. Clinch ; 282 acres fibndoD

.. curd, and this post of distinctionMemi Polk, T Bellows Weinges. Sheriff, of Benton County Florida, upon the the St. Johns River; known'as the St"; Jose phs ;

'. willingly conceded them by PRINTERS PROVERBS. CLEARED., supposition that he was Jesse 1. Roberson, who Tract, and belonging to .the estate of Waters '

ir r\ nom pzD10ts, who are lets favored by naBoIDE 1. Never inquire thou of the .editor' for the Nov.28thWm. Gaston, MendelL, Savannah was charged with forgery, and who broke jail Smith; 500 acres of land on the St John's liver '.._.

dassifieation has been guided by for behold it is his duty at the appointedtime :Nov. 28tfc-Steamer. Ocamulgee, J McNeltySaTanJUl" in Montgomery last spring; but, as he proved hnown as the Hull Tract, returned.by B. A.
eat .
news '
k1t- tins The more vivid and flighty it unto thee without asking .. .not,to be'Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: Putnam as agent for Hull; 1200 acres'of;land .
.enrolled light horsePhlegmatic'as to give ..... St Matthews KingSa belonging to E. Pohl & Son' 390 acres belonging
; as voUigeurs, or IL When thou dost write for his paper,never Dec 3d Steamer and we have reason to believe he will make his ;
KtlaOre, grenadiers. Those him "What thinkest thou of my vannah. way towards East Florida, as his health is'suchas to'Lindley Todd, returned by Wm. A.Forward
6""- of more embonpoint are in the say unto" it be that the truth might of- to induce him to make his way to a more as agent; WOO acres belonging to E.Pohl& .
_. e4a. 1; t hose hter forms are etaQnJ""V piece! for may Southern circuit Son,-returned by John King, sear, agent;f and i

the rings coarse and rude are fend thee. fit that thou should ask of him Nassau Sheriff's Sale', SAMUEL S. SMITH. 350 acres belonging to Cornelias :Taylor: All _.

,1'Srf .$ dragoou andcaqtinieres. The creaV2 IlL It is not author of article, for his dutyrequires pursuance of the 71st Section of the Act,en THOMAS!' J. SMITH. the above land being-within the county:of>Du.. .. '
tt corps which Us apd who is the any IN andmisde- vat.THOS..LEDWITH Sheriff and: :
, ( with discipline to such things to himselfIV / ,An Act re1atullO crimes < H.J.HARRELL.Cahaba F
him keep
,J-A seems likely, at the first throe of When thou dost enter into a piiirtlngoffice meanors,Approved February 1832,"and of Ala,4 Sept. 18, 1847. Nov 26 Ex-officio Tax Collector', D,.C. '

$:bhpolitieal movement of Europe, to unto thyself that thou dost QrderothiaBoDorGeorge W.Macrae, Judge Jacksonville Nov. ith,1847 : ,.
ioaof t be Qelvetian soil if have a.care, Circuit of Florida da.tezl2bth"November '' Administrators Notice. '
tet ) an'jsxergeaius for thou est cause the presiding: in the Eastern r ::
i .. DePert'uT of Salts SogUo, who not touch the type; may :1847, will be offered ,at rpO ALL Creditors, Legatees;and persons en Tax Collectors Sale.N'Momdaytbe .

L ; std J4 himself the general command.. printer much trouble. the which .11 in;the public outcry,.for sale,'at the door of the CourtHouse JL, titled to distribution"in;the Estate of :eighth day. .of May,next,A. 7

_________ T. Look not thou at copy that is not meet: of Nassau County, Fla, on:the first Mon- SeymourPickitt;; :deceased, :Notice:.is. Hereby D., 1848 between'the' usual hours of sale a aonthat
I; 'eTTapk Expreaa calls Mr. Lmg- hands of the compositors, for : next .the service of StephenHannaiuV Given; That administration on* the estate of day, will be sold for the St&ttfand, County
daiJIIT4Puary' ,
I i'i+,, OIle of thP ) fials who came over in the in the sight of the printer. .. { free Negro, to any:person who will said decedent was granted on the''23d* day of taxes, sq much'of the following named tracts' # ?

i! ,, ey0te4 ch r. t n.' In the same paper. :VI: Neither examine. thou thine theprpor.sftfeet' that thou# ; take said free Ifcgro: for th.e shorty!period of 'January' 1847, by the,Judge Probates'for the of land as' will pay the same and,all necessary F;' f

1f1 bid:= t& the was arrested and W it:U not ready.to.meet ,eye. ,. ," time paying the fine.and costs o.f, prosecution, County of Dt yal,State of Florida,and that their expenses,viz;j Lot No. 11, :'Sea..31, Township 1,' -
for mayest understand it. ; : Hannanin and : be barred at'the end South Range(272; and "Lot No. 6.:Sec.. 32,' .
.: .' Stealing! ..to'anyothel'"ftbserib adjudged! against .said Stephen claims demands will ': r
Vll. Prefer thine own city newspaper : thesaid :fi om the:day of granting said Let-- .apse'o ] 'andRaJ1't rwhich'bbe10rl sap-
State Ftoridljagainst two
' it and in the-case'oT the fof' ; ) of years '
ic' immediately :pay and
1' Rouae
,p ten 0" M t1 Stephen Hannan: for ding'a slave to runaway ten of Administration,unless filed and made to posed to Sof1h1"aL -- lies within '. t -
-U2S ;&ruoria. &avant'and it'shall be well witltQp $& the Count ,Three earl, .esa.redue
, : oh dJrl'. Ztth: lr h ": his master tried' tthe"NovemberTerm within that tim Of which all persons toTe ) tu
"" 1< appear : J-:
'""t"t.vex. f bri 'and ia t tir tLPP1l meAls little-, ,onts ,:'xster- ffe.-?,>.s.Letter. :.. 1847of the Circuit Court: of Nassau Co.,'* concerned win take notice. ._ .r..y. '.! on- the'. 1a k f: :- <: .

=:{I leal. 11 other parfa of' Texas a -. *c J :,;. ," r ALEXANDER: :J.BRADDOCK; : I- ':i ;JAMES"A..PICKITT,' J.TR08.LEDWl'm. ... Jo

\ !s4g lotion of the "&*.cane planted will be .,Uthe em rof Bnssia" chose, tD ,!...,he IClUt, could: the Sheriff.Nassau. County J ; ._ ,Adm'r. of a Pickitt,deceased. :Tax Collector:'e i-'**D.,*c.i

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;tJ,....:. HAVE doors West of, the Post.Office in this LOUISIANA.f :;>:.... !,'S : "': -=- :_. .. 'the-lli 1'( ..J'p 7'foi'th'IUo"Snu- "''''J J.l"l.a.. : 1j
I N M :- A and and choice -. ME to call'yduratiention to one of JJujbY ; m l' !'. 1 .. Q.eojpu
large entirely new selection N'L : .
place J1iif.
ALLOW c :!
] ; ; e.oJ tU .flb ;
; ] .Goods Made,Clothing eatcst.and.Jiost useful medicines ..... ..! : bt .
tc v(1.(i i'I : .. of.Dry Ready ,.. c l d ,'
:: otberwise cT1'
dis 'ov i d. It"is'not'my':intention*to tax. IATE 'LEE & 3UONV 'flVUECPES1DENTOPTflE a taim'irm '*
",I Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes; Wet & Dry Groceries ever' ( n
Hardware &o you with a_ long and tiresome' 'advertisement, "t'h" (I' FIVV'STORY'W..4.ltE. '1JN 'EU 8T'&TESfl 'lt. .RICflAILJ3.. .. M. 'Y01J''C :;'. .
f:: Crockery, Lately purchased :Ye&ipy spius m. i "I" .t!:: .. l, .t
I .4p\':. in New York City with great care, which but I lay before you the t testimony the most' HOUSE, No. 56! CE"QAt- ; j'.. e'WD LK S SioInpursuance -Jaw; J }I- {: OTemuet" : : !o.l' t.fgm'.S. r. !....." ,.,
.... ... i84;. : :
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p.u 'I :t ,7 they are anxious to sell to the inhabitants of respectable families in the' United States. most of which. is devoted, to the exhibltl0nand... saleof t .: ;., "' .. .. -_ ..J'. ;.... ;.. .. .,. \ ...
of certificates from the of Savannah -' POLK President"of theUrziteaMtatea .... J. ; ..
are city
? -
; ;; : East Florida, at Savannah prices, or at prices my the Singh Article! r of : :, C reult' 81 : .'
: rt.rn. r
what have been sold where:I reside and from your'omi'Stⅈ of America do hereby decfereand'make x "v ,
below many
entirely goods ever S EASTD 1.
I 4+ t : :: : AJttJ.S.: I CnCTiT F .
; RINTED' c : Mftfi.BPBjL)
I '4 1. t for in Jacksonville or vicinity, FOR CASH or where the Medicine is used with great and astonishing P 'known1 that public l.rs aletffcill'( be held 'COMIXBlA ja.
,- 1 : i t'. otherI it has itself td be!superior Stock nSis s'19f.nea.r11' I H. ;> i S 'Covm' -
S in Exchange for Cotton or the various success ; proved .Their present I -
...."' at.tbe ,undermentioned: tLanq qfflcin i 'Sarahilunte, t; ) invs. <;' aa
to other Medicine' for the cure of '
Products of the their articles any "
r3 country. One Thousand Packages; S ) tElijah J ?
( be found Fever and Ague,.which it will do in the very the STATE' 'or FtoRiD*, at:.the"periods'hereinafter i : *t rt!
4 t k. may Hunter"I .-
'i1 Embracing some THOUSANDS ojIift'erei41patterns )i ,Bi
: short of Twelye Hours it has never been mentioned to:wit : !
I ,! Prints from 6i to 22 cts. $ yard, space '
: btyingbeeu ,
and made 'i"
I and colorings comprising everything ." to to'
,. ;;- 4.S I' Madder prints, fast colored, @ 9 cts. 3 yd. known to fail to effect a certain cure. The desirable in the, line, ,FOREIGN and ,At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE,'commncing -:; '.: fact! n t the"Cburi'i DPpea2'hi.t EtiJai ;;
Medicine is harmless and tasteless
. : ? Printed Muslins, @ 25 cts. $yd. a a one, DOMESTIC. ,, ..,v .., ... : on Monday rf Medicine ( .f :
which will make it the most ? : abbvett
::1 : : I Blea.chedShirtingyd.wide' 12% cts.$yd. in the Southern States. The Medicine con- All of which are offered ,for sale, f r'czislior.satisfactory ,,,17.next, for the 'disposal 6fth public lands sides out 01 theStat; n4::: 1
t 1 Colored Cambricks, @ 10 cts. 1$ yd. undermentioned townships'amlpstrf ariadictioJ1.ofthi, ..}
m: 2. J tains no mineral preparation but: is ft .credit,.at the LOWESTAMICES? within.the ; Court, 'On-Boafta.,tli
Brown wide 10 cts. yd. whateV'crL .
, r'.! VdB : k Sheeting, yd. harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters by< the . .,..,! ; ? 0 of townships, viz: ington M. Ives, Esqr, Solicitor foz.plainant ...".
S Nails 6 cts. ) '
@ % $ pound.
South the base 'line and'east oftheprvidpatmeridian. 4'IriI
r;e : p, Brown a good article @ 10 cts. $ pd. this Medicine is valuable preparatipn, as it S S .
,. sugar, ; I J1deted; Th'it 1 th'eii
t IthI ; : Loaf do @ 16cts.u : cures all cases in twelve hours, and does not Styles are ,received .almost! everyday, : EJ i'
S Fractional of thirty-
I time to be lost all that is1:to be and of them are for our own sales township twenty; range required t &.ppearAnd'answer'tht81t.ibiU
) require : many got up ,
I .r Choice Teas, from 31 cts. to :$1,1j$pound, any ; oriel of : ,
t I .. >> i t A good article Molasses @ 40 cts.i$gallon.. I I done is to take the Medicine and to'go to work. and not to be.found elsewhere. : complaint,within four'Illt.i !
Townships fifty-six' (except.section'6ixj i seY- Divorce confesso will be taken sgjj' Ift
: 'S AND sundry other articles too numerous to To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine I fj: Printed lists of prices, corrected from : : fro
t4i: mention at corresponding prices comprising as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral day to day, with: every variation in the market, Ten, eighteen, nineteen, thirty ,aid thirty-ione 7)) 'Anditis further Or I and; ,.fifty-seven; and sections! one, tyro,' :threfc; Order'da1rcertifit'd Clerk of QI4'!
.b I and other GOODS not usually preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe are placed in the hands of buyers. ; ; t.
many fancy '
5 idea of four fin six, seven eight, nine, ten eleven,;fiT be published in some Newspaper raiataiito f
;, in the Duval Stores. Medicine for those who are liable to exposure. Merchants will be able to.form some :
tl .\.-I..' kept We trust that we County have commenced a permanent I beg you, do not let me have to tax you so the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe teen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty1; th..,.'.Eastern Circuit' of Florida, 'OBjjJJJ IIIn

S, V, pc. ., business in this place, nnd are satisfied often with advertisements, certificates, &c. It state,that the value of ,our usual stock of twenty-one, and twent1-twollll township' fifty-' consecutively for four months. 'r

I that if the inhabitants of East Florida will look has already proved itself to be what I say it is, this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of eight of range thirty-eight. THO: DOUGLAS,J

4 1:.j :' g ': to their own interests, we shall not be disappointed : and the greatest proof is every body .is recommending the entire stockof ,dry goods usually kept by Townships fifty-five, fifty-six' (except sctionone Clerks Office Cirnit COM.,.." *. .
8j I k .. will not be undersold in it to be the only certain and speedycure our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together ? ,) arid fifty-seven: (except !sections twenty- Cttliniil 4
as we any .1 '
i !
i, ... for the Fever and Ague. All you have to with the fact, that our means and our five, tw nty-slx" twentyiseyen, twentY eight, I; STT&TN-O SCARBOROUGH; Clerk r rC.1 j

t* .,f case.Jacksonville Nov. 19 1847. 6m do is to ask your neighbor what he thinkS'of attention, instead of being divided among!vast twenty-nine- thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, do'hereby certify the above to be. tra l :

r \ --- ,_ _' Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, andot" variety of articlesare devoted wholly, to ONES thirty-three, thirty-four,thirty-fife and thirty- of an Order duly.made and entered ] JJT
jt U'-:. In Circuit Court, six) of .thirty-nine. in the above entitled'cause on h 2
: i course, to be convinced, you will try it, at will render the advantages which we: can offer range r
I t '' f EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof to dealers perfectly obvious ; and .it shall be Sectionspne,two,three,fouryfirej.sliiwelve, October A.D. 1847. 5 :'
1 ; : COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: thirteen twenty-four and twenty-five in township IN' WitTczssWHHEOP !}
South Carolina, who will either call on Doct. our care. that none who visit our establishment ,- W..
f S 1 I : December Term, 1847. P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in shall. meet with any disappointment! fifty-five, and fractional township: .fitty': ; to set my hand and QUled"GtIIII. II
t. 5'' :3 I jt h. Isaac P. Hardce: :nnd Robert 1 1I the city of Savannah, and either of us will give Our assortment is complete at all.seasons pi (except sections two, three,four, five, and six,) [EL-Si said Court to.be hereunto aaaeztitui ;
:: H. Hardee, merchants and part- I Attachment: on "Biscayne Bay'! of : .forty. 23th; of October A.D. 18171--1
enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the y % ,, S ners, trading under the name, Sum sworn 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, on "BiscayneBay S.SCARBOEOUOE-;Cfed:; !l

4. *v. ., style and firm of I. P. & R. IL $154 06 paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of.the original j: ," of range forty-one. Oct.29r!; 4raAdinlntstralor's _
LW S Hardee j Bond tiled for ; At the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE;
S I have directed. firm of.Lee &rewster,.from which connection NOHee ItIe
S 4 tv !:. j'. : vs. $308 12 Owing to the heavy rains during the past he withdrew some time.agOj has'resumed commencing Monday, the.tw i1.firit."daj of :

I '. Defendant, and all others interested are lands within the undermentioned fifi
I t, THE of are under water, which will cause a great Judson, and aSses his, friendsthat, the new townships'* for the County Alaehua! ,for afiulietUeaal T
notified of the commencement
( .: '-'. :> deal of .this disease on the Rice Plantations: it concern shall have the same pre-eminence in parts of townships,viz: of my accounts and vouchers asldbsiuiitBtol fifi
the above entitled, suit attachment, returnable South the base line and east of the fiai
will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch of trade, which formerly: distinguished i of the estate of JohU31\Iiller late of siid
t wit |
Term of said Court
to the December to : cm
meridian. ai.fc
:; nnd speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto the other two houses to whieh he be 'jy deceased. .

S i, t.ij' -r :.b5-: -IK *: ..*. the third to Monday in and December to the next declaration, and are either of my Agents or myself.: Ask for long d. June 25, 1847; ly Townships twenty-one, and twenty-two, of JOSIAH SEK1NG da'l. l
:' required appear plead nineteen. .
HUMPHREYS' REMEDY: FOR FEVER AND range :August 20t&, 1847. Gm- :.
t t- 4. therein S filed according to law. AGUE. Pay Attention. Townships twenty-one, (except' sections one,

: : W. M. IVES:: Plaintiffs Attorney. who indebted in to the twelve thirteen fourteen twenty-three tWen- NOra"ICE.SIX -
k The Medicine is for sale by the following are any manner : S e!
: I r*V IT L Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1817. 4m...... named gentlemen, who are the only agents for ALL 'firm BELLOWS & SANTO; will ty-four, and twenty-five: ,) and twenty-two of ; "WEEKS after date the; nd #peI pCt

b 4 I. AdmisiistKitor's Notice. the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY: whereit please make immediate payment of their accounts range twenty. will upply to the non Judge ofP'iobatfAt

1 ;rs.k IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all creditors will be found either at wholesale or retail. to Mr. Thomas: B. Bellows, who is alone Townships twenty-two arid twenty three, .of the county of e.nton,for Letters of l. P

':, ; NOTICE] legatecs, and persons entitled to distribution Country merchants will make a handsome pro- authorized to settle the business of the old firm. range twemty-one. tion on the estate ofG. S. Rintz,]late cfjffei F

tL 4 S in the estate of Felix Ortis, late of fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount If instant attention is not given to this notice, Townships twenty-two; and twenty-three, of ocunty Georgia deceased. _. o(

: i, r S .4''... Jlillsborough county, deceased, that unless they made to Planters, &C., by the dozen. AddressW. it will be necessary to place these accounts in range twentytwo.At S WILLIAM S.81'JCEt] I
: exhibit their claims or demands to, or depositS HUMPHREYS, Jr., the hands of the proper authorities for collec the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE, commencing Fort Dade., Flan Oct. 29 1847.1oticc f1

$ p' : them with me for payment: within the time prescribed Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, tion. THOMAS B. BELLOWS. on Monday, the seventh day'of Feb. t.

r I by law: from the second day of March, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &C., Jacksonville, Nov. 12th, 1S47. 4t ruary next, for the disposal the public lands hereby given that the undmiptf llt r

i : S A. D. 1817, they will be forever barred. And SAVANNAH, GA. within the undermentioned townships and parts IS ken letters Testamentary on.tkc .nfttttf. C

:1! : the legal: heirs of said deceased are required to Levy County ShcrifPs;Sale. townships, viz : Laborom Burnett dt'Ceztsedz lateoi
is. .: ; forward within the time aforesaid and South of the base live and nest of the principal
come THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A Sale first Monday in February next, 1848. county and State of Florida. AH pemu ia.
have a final settlement of their interest in said be sold on the first Monday in Feb meridian. debted to the said estate, ale requesteduiile l

f t In'* > estate according to the statute in such case made OOUTHERNERS VOICE: FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.is from WILL next,, between the hours of 10 & Fractional township two,northeast of Forbes'sgrant immediate payment; ana all those har&;dua .jt
and provided. JAMES T. MAGBEE, my 2 o'clock at the house of Enoch Daniel's the following of range one. the notified
I O against same, are to prtsot tia
Agent :Mr. Thos.. J. S. Farr of Graham- }
; northeast
Fractional Forbes-'s
Administrator de bonis non. township one
Lot of laud :-360 acres thIrd rate duly authenticate for settleneBt.IleBiiits-
;;; + ; ; fr September 17, 1817. 8w ville.' S. C. land, or so much of said land as will satisfy the grant, of range two. tate supposed to be solvent.r .
Mr. 'illiam Humphreys, Jr., Fractional sections three four nine ten I
lA Taxes due for the for the 1847 including ,
same MARY
State of Florida: Duval County. :!! year BURNETEeztxirTampa .
Sir: I hand to the certificate of Mr. E. C.
you fourteen and fifteen in a former Indian '
I S To. WIT : To ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS Watts in favor of for Fever and all costs and charges. Said lands are reserve O t..291841. .8* ..
S VMlv SHALL COME GREETING. your Remedy situated near Clay Landing on the Suwanee and ,twenty-seven,twenty-eight,thirtytwo -
I. '. I V- Ague ; he is a man of integrity and his testimony and thirty-three in township one town- NOTICE ,', I
; : Thomas Holmes has applied RiTer, and owned by James Herron. ; S
: '. : WHEREAS Court, for Letters of Administration is consequently undoubted. ROBERT WATERSTON, ship two, west of Forbes's grant and township SIX MONTHS after date, I s1s11present tJll .,.

: -S : of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels, Yours respectfully Sheriff, L.. C. three,, west of the Apalachicola river, of range accounts and yonchersasZxecntnxoYtie
: THOS. J. S. FARR.Grahamville .
: nSl S eight. estate of Wm. F. Murrhee lateof Nisaacooatj
.nd Credits, which were of Oran Baxter, late of Nov. 12ch, 1847. I
S I; t ; S $aid Court deceased; and Intestate. These are S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. Fractional townships three,.(except the south; deceased to the Hon.: Judge Probate'of ."

N & therefore to cite and admonish, all and singular : Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr., Levy County Sh tiff's Sale. west fraction of section thirty-one,) and fractional county, for a final: settlement orsaid estate,and)

4 'Ir ;Vt the next of kin, creditors and other persons Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used Sale first Monday in February next, 1848. township four west of "Chippola Lake," shall at the same: time apply for Letters of Da- ,

$$mife : : in interest, to show cause before me on or before your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. 1 \ TILL be sold on the first Monday in Feb (except fractional sections. six,seven and thirty- 111 ien'as such Executrix, of wbieh aU'psons i

IM the tenth ((10th,) day of December next ensuing, obtained a supply of it from Mr. '1'. J. S. Farr, t'ruary next, between the hours of 10 & one,) of range nine. interested in said estate, are.deandto

; 1 #.;... why said. application should not be granted ; your Agent of this place, and administered: it 2 o'clock, at the hoase of Enoch Daniel's, the Fractional sections twenty-two, twentythreeand take notice. MARY MURRBD; I

td t otherwise Letters of Administration as afore to my daughter, according to directions, and I following Lot of land :-ICO acres of first rate twenty-four, on the main laud, in townshiptwo Oet.ober 29th, 1847HOLMES.. Execum..:.. i t:

: : 2 said, will issue from this Court to said Thomas am happy to state that the disease left her in land, or so! much of said laud, as will satisfythe of range twenty-six. j

: 0. Holmes. the course of rt'Jsiours! and her present Tax due on the same, for the year 1847, in Fractional sections thirty-one, thirty-two, & CO.MESSUS ""I

I WITNESS, my name and seal of Court, state of health indicates a certain cure. cluding costs and charges. Said lands are thirty-three and" thirty-six, on the main land, HULMKS: &. Ct: )., la'CitDe !

: &S.$ |It. 8.] this 2nd day of November, A. D. 1817, Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. situated on the Wacassassa River'about twenty in township one, awl iruetionalsections eight, u.(-[ of' MerrluJixliw h' LbeIS1I'

S. : at Jacksonville, County aforesaid. Grahamville, S. C.. Sept. 14th, 1847. miles from its mouth, and ownei by Edmund nine, twelve, seventeen, twenty-four, twenty- .I.siding! furm..ri} tvropiPfl by the UnileJ l Sist"1 indilcH

; S j f WM. F. CRABTREE, I Schriver. ROBERT WATERSTON, five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and.twenty-nine, kn' WIJ :ii Ihf' GII..rnOlt'nt Btlilaim ThI'

.s-. :: Judge Probate, Duval County. I AGENTS.'. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston .. Sheriff, L. C. on the main land in township two, of range; to ili>ir' *r.,ck. hy the laff' uii'all" fio

a 1.'. ; LET the above "Citation7' be published once I S. C. ; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A" Nov. J2th, 1847. twenty-seven. New Y.irk..n full! .ortniriit tj O'} GotnI ,..Gnct"rir. -

,i _c : a week for six weeks, in some Newspaper printed -, Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co., Fractional township three, on the main land, .., Harth.nr... l'uvi3i'lllf. &(". .&C'.., .bI
t, S Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon Levy County Sheriff's Sale. (except sections one, three six, seven sixteen ..
in this county if any, if not, in some Newspaper i they arf i'rf|>nreil ,. s*"H at reduce! prir> ,_
_, S 1 Iih% 1'I.: S .$ printed in some adjoining county or State. Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. A. Moise, Sale first Monday in Febrtiary next, 1848. and twenty-seven) of range thirty-one. 'They i fp ,...w prepared to p.urth.'" Cefl

.S. 2' C.Man : AVAL F. CRA TREE, LaGrange, Ga. ; Winter & Epping, Columbus, WILL be sold on the first Monday in Feb South of the. base line and east of the principal Hhte*. anti dlnr produce' of the e MH>l,J,,*'.

S Judge of Probate, D. C. Ga ; W. Hoot, Marietta, Ga.; Patrick, Salem, next, between the hours of 10 & meridian. hfghe-31! Market r..II, and make whyM*"

Jacksonville. 5th, 1847. CwNOTICE. Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. 2 o'clock, at the house of Enoch Daniel's, the Fractional townships eight and nine, west of consi nmentH fo ttwir r.if'N i is Sa' atb -*

k.L: 'S S ._ !I :Sperry:) Houston county Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, following Lot of Land151 acres of first rate of the Suwannee river, of range fourteen Cliarletun. or Nr''' York.Th .

_ -, S. .! Persons interested Atlanta, Ga. ; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. It. land, or so much ofsaid land as will satisfy the !North of the base Knq and aest of. lite principal ..y have a new urtMcvf I tVn>i>ht>!In"

i; I : ALL directly notified or indirectly the Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- Tax due on the same, for the year 1847, including meridian. Plough*.-1.. which tliry; woulif' '1';" tlJl1 t

S S -: that in hereby with by Act of undersigned the yule, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, all costs: and charges. Said lands are situated Sections twelve thirteen, fourteen', twenty, the attrntinn i>f I'laniers.
conformity Legislature -
an i Prescott & Co. Black Creek Florida laghtfoot on the Gulf near the mouth of the'Wacas It
of Florida entitled "An Act to provide for ; twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty- Ja..kil.nv. Niir 6. _
the re-establishment, of the Records ofthe Coun- I I & Flanders, Macon ; P.:Martin,Savannah ; Cun- sassa River, and owned by John W.'C. Loud. four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, S
ningham & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J. H. & W. S. Ellis, S ROBERT WATERSTON twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty thirty-two, (! A R'D.
Columbia and for other .
_ ty purposes, appro- Macon; M. 0. Williamson Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. Sheriff, L.: C. thirty-three,thirty-tbur, thirty-five and thirty- .5-
Ted 6th she has filed in theClerk's S
; ";: t : Hodges, Sandcrsville : R'.T. Floyd, Micanopy, Nov. 12th, 1847. sixT in township one, of range five. RIVERS .&. BOTALt
: S
tt Office of the District Court for said .
5, :tLr4, ::1..1, :: Florida ; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida ; Township one,and sections twenty-five,twen- SURGEONS
be ,
County a writing purporting to a
paper It. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. SlierifPs Sale. ty-six, twenty-seven twenty-eight thirty-three
isfc I copy of a schedule of her property owned andS For sale wholesale and retail by B Y virtue ,of a writ of.Fieri Facias. .issued thirty-four, tWrty-five and thirty-six,and town OfBce, North:East corner of St.Juliea&rt:
time with John W.
held at the of her
marriage .
: : F. A. POULLEN, from the Circuit Court of the astern ship two,of range six. and Market Square
4 Powers and filed in accordance with Law of ;
4 S: a Agent for Ja.cksonvilldZA Circuit of the State of Florida, holden for"the North,of the bas line and nest of the, principal SAVANNAH, ototsuAug. .
'; the Legislative Council of Florida, approved liberal discount by the dozen. countyjof'Alachua and .Levy1J1 -said"State' 'directed meridian. O7, 47. ly .
c _
h March 6th, 1845, entitled tAn Act to secure October 8th "to all and. State
1847.FLORIDA every the Sheriffs*of the Fractional township one, north of"Forbes ALDBICH
certain rights to women. of Florida," bearing date on the 5th day of June Grant." .f range six. FORWARD &

And also a paper writing purporting to be a. HOUSE. A.D,1847, Will be sold on Monday the 6th'day Fractional township one, north of "Forbes7 ATTORNEYSAND COUNSELLORS'ST'uW,
of the last will and testament of Henry V.
copy FOR SALE OR ItENT.Iri. of December Coart..J
next within.legal hours of sale Grant of ciWill:: pracaireiBlhP'"V..raI
range seven. ;
: Ellis;'late of said county. The original having ..-( TIlE undersigned offers, on the most In front of the Court House, in the Town of Sections one'two, eleven r twelve thirteen, aftd Equityinrthr-Ea Cirruil'of Florida.W .
! been destroyed by fire on the first day of November < liberal terms, to sell or rent this well Newnansville, urthe county Alachua in said fourteen, fifteen, twenty-two, twentyhree ;r-A. "'paw.t: J)'.)Aagtttiae., 'i
I 1846, the introduction of said copies I I I known establishment furniture inclu- State f Louis A ..wnansviIte.S "'=
iS mmm a Negro Boy. by the name of George twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-! uci : -
the objects -
made for the of perpetuating
_J- 11'I of the original purpose: de. Application to be made to J. B. COLE, at aged about 30 years. Levied upon as the pro: seven, and the south-east fraction'of section; S VWM. F. CRABTREE ;&t

papers. POWERS Palatka. A. IL COLE.. perty of the estate of Francis It. Sanchez deed twenty-eight in the former Indian Reserve, the ?:i.t!.
HARRIET JSt. Augustine. August 20, 1847. tf and sold to satisfy said writ, in which Samuel east fraction of section thirty-three in the same, ATTORNEY AND COUNSElLORJacksonmll4 :
By GEO. E. MCCLELLAN!' Agent. Flo.VTttL .
_ Little River,Fla. Oct. 1, 1817. 3m IN CIRCUIT: COUKT. L.Burritt is Plaintiff, and John J.SanChez.Administrator and sections'thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-: t "!1\'

I EASTERNCIRCUIT FLORIDA: Ix AND FOR of the estate of F. R.Sanchez deed, six,'in township one; sections twelve, thirteen attend! to. hiuicess. : enhtuaIedLObi1L11'tth
; -CLEltKS OFFICE CIRCUIT COURT is defendant. 'out h''ny' Cuiirt. tn' d1 EU r'
:ii $r COLUMBIA COUNTY. Property pointed by John twenty-three, twenty-four,twenty-five, twentysix : .
:' ; Columbia County, > Abel Cowart, ) In C.lancery:.. J. Sanchez, administrator of said estate.: thirty-five and thirty-six, in township two; Florida. :. .
S Oct. 29, 1847. ) THOS. C. ELLIS Sheriff. and sections one two five ten eleven and '
V VS.Elizabeth > ,
:;,: I :.. + :]NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons hav Cowart, J Bill for Divorce. NewnansTille"E..F* Nov.'5th"'47. ) 5ins .twelvej in township three" of range.eight, ;FELIX, ;LIVINGSTOL4, : ,
i in this Court that the cost bills fATTORNEY .AT LL* fWilf
: 4: having been made to appear to the satis- Sections thirty-five and thirty-six,:in town- -3": ,
? in each case will hereafter be made out. presented IT faction of the Court by Affidavit, tha.t'-the Sheriff's Sale. ship six. and range twelve. JacksonvilltFl14;:

S 4- for settlement, at the close' of each Session above named Defendant resides out.of the Stateof OY virtue of .an' "'execution issued from the Fractional township three,west of>cChoetawr practice' in all ihf Court*,..' >f,* ..M'

::; 0f said Court. Plaintiffs would do well to at- Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this *-* Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit of hatchy river,"" of range sixteen. CirruitMarrbl9.i ':i'6OE---- .

_ S 'tend to this notice. Court, Florida, in and for the counties Alachua'and Sections twenty-four{twenty-five.;twenty-six} .A.UGuSTUSe'GIthrATTOBiET -

: Oct._29. S.--SCARBOROUGH-. ,> Clerk. It is therefore, on motion Washington M. Levy, in said State, directed to all and singular thirty-five! and thirty-eix,'in'township''three, of ;

I, I, Administrator's Notice. Ives, Esq. Solicitor for said Complainant, ORDERED the Sheriffs of said State,wherein Moses E.] Levy range seventeen 4 '" ANB COUNSELLOR>t&TI.I.1.t .

p ALL Persons having demands against the estate That the ,said Elizabeth Cowart be required is plaintiff, and .John J. Sanchez Administrator Township three, ofr'ange'thirty. .. : Arid.CotrirnUiionpr of Dwi&olHeclicufi .he I

; of William 0. Thomas, late of Alach I to appear an '
J. S -. S ua county, deceased, will present the same Bill of Complaint, herein filed, within four fendant, have levied on,_and will expose for schools,military other purposes, 'will- be i .excluded '. (," : Jlcxio.nT.uJ.r. ; ,
within the time prescribed by law to the subscriber months, or a Decree pro confesso will be taken sale on first-Monday: in January l ext. being from the sales. -

or they will be forever barred, and all against her. the third day of January' D. ((1848 .at the S "s, The offering,of.the'lands will be commenced ?* ..NOTICE' ,.

_L those indebted will make payment to And it is further Ordered, That a copy of this CourtHouse in the town of.Newnannillein the 'on the days appointed: and proceed qri the same .SIX MONTIIS-.fur.:4e: $ t I. wi11pr'2.! .;

S. ALLEN THOMAS, Adm'r. order, duly certified by.the Clerk'of this Court, county'of Alachuain, said State, .between' the order'jin which, they '.are advertised, withaU Recount and wouchif! lo>.lhf HOI.7o1 :
- I S usual hours 'of sale that convenientdespatcb-ii-ntil the wh'o ejttalVbave' : < < t Inr,ibecouniy: ;of Ortug.I-: '
September 17, 1847. 8w be published in some newspaper: printed, within on day, a certain negro : :
S the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively man: named BEN;, aged about..'35.years. Property been offer edr and the sales': thus eIoae4sale ;Butn.o I!.a di ehrg' ..,AdmU>i*trati>r.dE I. boni.tat.if. \..
pointed out the said shall be kept two weeks .{..nH E.'! ./OrmaddK5". !.
$p for four months. by: :John Sanchez open longer than', : (
_ .1 .. ,59 Gold, corner of Ann street! N. York. S j Administrator'as aforesaid and' of of the lands will be OnnIlate MoquUa. county.{ .: ;'.
I S THO. :DOUGLAS, Judge., : to; satisfy said execution no private entry any tOR&1'Otift .
THE: subscriber ispreparedto furnish hand- ,and interest and.costs thereon .. >' .admittediintir fte.theexpiration-Qrth: : two : JAMESJunf.qi.aMy.
; c Clerk's Court ) n orh..Jt .
S Office.Circuit --1- -
: : Type,.and Printer's. Materials .of all t .5 WH. weeks. *'t- -* Ad..j.i.tr.
GIBBONS Sheriff- ',, .
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iS1 kinds, at short notice and on reasonable t rins. Columbia County. J .Alach GiyEN.under hand at'the; ---r- -- 'I -.. '\.. ,:'. -
who'hav I STIEING SCARBOROUGH Clerk of said Court S i S a eount1Rl ; t : Cityo'fjWash.ingtonj ; .. _'NOTICg.. .... t..f....
of advertised :
Proprietors newspapers not XT ,no tA" of :: :
-1 1' ( for the subscriber,, who may publish : do hereby certify the above to be a true copy'of -_Newnansville_ !:. ,'. : ;, ..'-:,L.i6instJf" .S .Domini this,thousand twenty-third day October;Anno A LieraiA' ae (,cl.. _b r!

order made and entered' record in the .0- -' ,."" one eighthundredand'foriy-. :::5iX'Mo ; ') r :d ".
this notice for three months will be entitled ; an duly i ; i'
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'S "1 ; :.NOTICE W; lJ !,.. J!.;:: ,se) n. .!t+ .... "[. .'S "' < .. ) iga.a Admioiattrx .nd'Almi dtt .'
entitled f
ceive pay in, type, on purchasing flue times. above D..1847. cause,on the 7th..day .of -c---- I ifc LL persons having claims against the tathS .. q't BYTKEPEESIDEiZU ; ..'. ;' { ,tt|ML will anMJTe4 o fJ 'S& ";.df.

'the. amount !of their bill for adyer S1 g. A. fl J.1.1 ManueltOUvilla,elateof; HUlsbbroughcountydeceased !: ., t ,', ?'''' '" .. 4.MES5K 'POLK2 pr11:ti"the| | >:*JHn&nty Jn :..1JIfi ba :; .
___ S Old Type k in'exchange 9 cts. -' IN' WITNESS 'WHERBOF J h ave' ,will : : ; -- _.
n." r" newat9 < ,- present,them to,the.a q.scriber. EICHAEDL'YOUNG'c.mnsusiofpie; ; .'':' ; n"'v fiVrii finr et1IfIniiflt:4)f.
per lb. ,,V.XTX' { L._ S. [ hereuntoset my;hand:and caused: the; .within i the,:alme.preseribedbyi 1f j or : *_UenerariAnti:'Office h1'. 1" '1 rr ':' -;:,
5_ : S .fl .Thevith; which the "NEWS" is -W > Seal of said Court to be hereunto annexed they '.will'be bn.rredanl:those, .i iniiebteii i to th.. --3- a oJ f'.a"Jo.tll''' \ .. #t '. .

_ 1 J printed, "was cstattbis' establishment. this. 9th day of August, A. D. 1847. t said. (Estate.:will make payment\ to | 'j,, 4oT5raJcpp"Eyery, /: ( MriON;: m hJ"k. !5 ..; :r' DICEYSTANDLEY'Adm' "' '
S ROBERT TAY OR. : "S : : /)'I S. S BCABBOftOUaHpE i WILLIAM ASHLEYAdministrator. : J f person! entitled to'the'right! .of preemptioa -.' ;r" SEABORN J
.. t1 i, S November 12th, 1847, a 3m. August 20, Ii47. 4n Taml', Oct 8th, 1847, l1f.' .," to aoy. landi'witmn'th.. "liaitB'of. tt. ',',onn' N>wn" ."n vill. ,. ..-E.. F..June.. 4tb. laO'. '.

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