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 10, 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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: -nitted with not marked with tbe number [From Professor McCulloh's Report. ] having ,ascertained; 'the absolute impossibility' TM'--- i--i 7--i; >ofa1ioia'.' .r/H'. ;.v'Ta1Jle., ? "> j 8 inches-1 Stm. H. Harrisofl.S'fee\ ia&Sehes .
.will be continued until f/rbid ON FILTRATION. removing. entirely, by skimmingj both feiculencies The London CourtCircular; in, giving,anic?, ;' JohriTyler 6 feetf; JamesTDTolIt feet ;
:, Ijl1tf.'n far.'j'uire By refiners
i .d dIlar will be<;harg". for all announcees after clarification. For this purpose; juice and the earthy matters which,are foreign tainmeat includes a'description ofthe"'magn t age,of.mankind, except in Kentucky. clcandid for oft1 e. in the old method, it is strained.through a.blanket thereto, :.which are always found in it in greater scent decorations,o'f.the'supper.tableis fonowsi'The nessee.. ? 1i

.I "'I p.quare, for Six Month.. : : *10 00 00 spread over and sustained, by a basket a or less proportion, I Have seen, ,that it was indispensable -. supper WM .seryed'sbon after.. .1'io'clodc, .5"S- '. -1:.-.*-J51A.Titbvteto rt

I tica to ebtors and Creditors : : W 5 00 rude contrivance, which in'the"improved method -. to fi.1ter'and all w.the'sirup'to repose in the" 'state'dining-room.. The rangeof' table. Merit. CleiLrWarthyin..aiJeltip.to m

! '\fIP1ic1tion for Letvw of Administration will be inserted gratm- is replaced either by Taylor's bag filter, or. before cooking it; and: have invented for that displayed! Do". gorgeous'assemblage.of,H plate,. the Goyernor of Louisiana,says that,nx man :$
I rr.A1i: religious notices the leaf filter. purpose tvo basins,. which,perform, the. office, and in the'c ntre of.the. nd of the apaxtment' inmoderuday. has shed mow Justr ..upQnthj b

fP A1 U! atflSSalle personal communications will By filtration through cloth the grosser mechanical marvellously well,'and. with. the greatest advan- was a'buffet also:,filled itith,_ articles,,ot,.gold! S arms of.his: ou1try. from Palo Alto down to%o' I
rr "I' adve11i'frnTIt'. impurities. are separated ; but subsequent ta.g plat .but of a rarer and c1iolc r.1drid mores of glorious field'of Bucna VistaJ'tKan'Oeni chJ t.;
,rr rhlrt'li AU billll fur J fib printing. must be paid on the filtration through coarse boneblack i$ essential "These basins, called filtering basins, (bas that'class that would be pr'tperly denbmlnated ryTaylor.; 5 :' :::1

31rPry "I the work..cr addressed tn to remove coloring matter and any excess sins 'fttrer.) should be large enough to hold all objects o(taste,and vertv, than_applicablej ioWe. .' I '' 5S 55'. Z ; .
. AU commnnit"Rf multi, bt" of lime which may have been used.. For. t4 e.Ptes.eqjuice, evapor$.ted,to 24 or 26 deg.Beaume purposes of, the. banquet AO gtbeta1cre,I On thc Safe Sules il& said by one.wto jaiowa :i i

flLl-ETT & HuURD. 1JQfJlng p4ld. these important objects, upon which the beautyof ,whiqh the mill car furnish in twentyfourliours -, massive centre pieces candelabra. yaseaj wine, though'we dp nOtc Touch for th'e/iict,*lthalv'4 "

/.,.. -- --- iE\\ the sugar chiefly .depends,Dumont's filter, or I ,; they shouldi4 made in masonry, coolers. and epergnes.. Someoftheth, i '. frntiio young man in New Hfcven,Conn,of great economy i
pcnsPECTCS PATENT OF A NOTES, better perhaps the large filter of M. Derosne,.j lined with-lead, and overe 1 with severaji cases designs;of.xtnan, .diphyinfQthstmj': was accustomed, before This marriage

_SIC BOOK_ cA74.LV-J IN should be and is employed.By with wicker'bottoms. Upo 4i these b9ttlIlJ3", as ctassical and Ireautif,'all of them o.f great ele ride out with his betrothed, but with the express -'

' HESPERIAN" HARP refinersbwucblack ia used.principally asa filters,'are spread, first a pollen cloth, then, a I .the most:a miwble.workmanship.-, stipulation that*in case he didA&ot naucry "'

'iUE : decolorizing agent ; and some of them, who .c tton cloth arid a copper sieve Two pipes of Jq.ielieT, as"it wert'th, .*mass'bf magnificence., hersheshould< pay half the expenseof .

Wii. If...erof JTeffcni Co.,Go. add it in fine powder, do not employ a coa.rse-- lead establish communication with the train :; at certain distances along the tables rreze placed ieam., < S

i. T' 500 including grained article ; yet so long as lime continuesto one conveys the sirup into the cistern at'the t o beautiful' flowering' plantsingolden _ _ S S "ii '.
rt1i1S work will contain pages ; foot'of each basin from which takes it vases. 'The Windfall to the/emT*-.M' the :,
of the Rules of be used for defecation,animal, charcoal seems negro ., appearancyofimese ghiflairen( young.
L a lucid exposition a likely also to be found indispensable for separating and. pours it upon the filters; the other of among the.JJl sg'f gold'plate had a most charming brother- -la.w. of M. Alfred, Montesquieu ,
of Musical Composition larger i
jngiu and ; which the in the of the filtering effect. On the buffet the who lately stabbed: himselfj became few months .
V Church tunes used by the reli- : any excess which may remain in the sirup, i opening bottom eurroundins cen- a ,
_ber the South and than have and which if there be even a slight portion of I basin is closed by a stop-cock, carries the tre: shield
p, (lenominations embraced, in West one volume glucose therein, would greatly impair the color filtered sirup back to the striking pan." tankards and salvers"jl"in profusion,
tff1 before been School and JntZ1.nti1J111Si unless removed.In Rude as this contrivance of M. Dutrone is,- .fflittering with'precious stones others enriched amounting to about 5,000,000 francs. T
tiI1a&nJ Anthems; Sunday and Missionary the beet-sugar manufacture the juice is compared with the bag or leaf filter of the present with exquisite carvings all of' them objects of S

;jjumerous Temperance instan always filtered immediately after defecation.- day;it was an improvement of great meritat great interest. ,independently of the costljr material Inland Nary.-The new Governor ofTena,

pjcs, &&, accompanied a great many of theLg It is then usually evaporated to 15 deg. Beau- that time, and might even yetbe employedwith of which 'they were formed. Wax lights Neil S. Brown' :Esq., styles himself. "ao'T ntor:;

by the entire Hymn or while Song. Many of thoseTli me, which is done the more readily in proportion advantage by planters who cannot readily wer skilfully interspersed on the buffet and of the State of Tennessee, and CommanderiaChief .
are entirely new; many as the defecation has been the more com obtain better apparatus. The filtering part be-. contributed much'to. the brilliancy of the dis of the Army and Navy eie t'' .'O'ncIiihow'many !'

> airs that have long been used but at Pray-ha."e'fa plete. During this evaporation a calcareous de- 1 ing simply the copper gauze and the two cloths play. Amidst thfc 'most' : superb collection, in ships there are in the Navy of c Ten.

ItCam\ and other collected Meetings and, &C.harmonized posite takes place; which, if it settle on the. upon a wicker bottom. it is easy for any one to which the genius 'of the artist and the utmost nessee? "? .
before been construct such an arrangement or to contrive skill of workman were concentrated in
Irish German and othertunes bottom of the pan, encrusts it, and often gives a
t1numero Scotch, in trouble. Most of the manufacturers, therefore, some equivalent substitute; the
iIe will be found and modern Hesperian that throw in a portion of fine boneblack, which not sufficient capacity, and which may be readily. placed two simple water lilies, in reduced co of the Ohio "Wagon Boy:"> Y .
: Books ancient -many only acts mechanically to protect the pan. by cleaned will supply the place rich music is '
out of print whose un- gathering upon itself the calcareous sediment, Dutrone. which it is very. difficult, if not impossible to COn of Ohio as the Whig candidate for th > '$]

fajwn to most persons of the present day- but also contributes greatly to the purificationof In Louisiana,on the estates which have adopted describe. Presidency. lie cannot have ourajOIt'<; his .

toe been cc'npkteli"used vi' to supply this .the juice. After this concentration, the N. Riellieux's vacuum pan and method ol a meaiier man than Van Bur en; and'a'di; .'

juice is filtered a second time, and then ngain making sugar, the leaf filter of J. S. Lovering Flesh Eating and Vegetable Elting.-To consider grace to God's fair creation. Illinois has pled .!
HESPERIAN HARP is the largest and evaporated to about 27 deg. Beaume ; during and the boneblack Dumont filter ate both em- wan anatomically, he is decidedly a vegetable ged her vote to old Rough and Ready,and np. 5 ;

apt Music Book ever offered the American which a calcareous sediment separates, but in ployed; but no other filter than the large filter. eating animal. He is constructed like no Mexican lo.cofocd orAlgerine nhig need'hope 'f

p1ic as all intelligent persons will see by much smaller quantity than the first. From of D rosne above described is used upon the flesh-eating animal, but like all vegetable-eat- for a lift from the unterrified Suckers, unless it

1lliil"'O.-_... ." it. with----- other works. Price. $1 50 thq Rf>dim* nt flip sirnn is rendered free bv. a plantations in Cuba, which are provided with L ing animals lie has not teeth and clawslike be a Jack Xetch lif f '. r .
KWpy, beautifully printed, and bound inpe.bo.ird iijTaTtiuItir: which- --it-is- -evaporated- to \ the apparatus constructed by M. D rosne, and the.lion, the tiger, or the cat but his teeth are

with a neatly printed cover. :0cfenent granulation.These ; which I examined when there. The proprietyand short and smooth like those of the horse, the Jen &Esprit.-The celebrated Dr. -r-< :-., of 1

to one address for SG2 50 ; 100 co- filtrations are all usually performed advantage of using cloth filters to remove cow. and the fruit-eating animals; and his hand Philadelphia once visited a 'patient 'wJi S .

?$100. in Dumont's filters and the boneblack is.used gross mechanical impurities, and fine boneblackif is evidently intended to pluck the fruit, not to house stood beside a churchyard. Aft r giving "
nTh vork trill le famished to subscribers rather as an agent,to correct the effects of lime it be added, instead of requiring the wholeto seize and rend his fellow animals. What'animal his prescriptions, he tamed and looking pulof .t

iA.. Payment in advance. and at the same time to perform the mechanical be done by the'granular boneblack filters docs man most resemble in every respect? the window at jail, which happened to.be siij* 3

gents wauted td canvass the whole country. office of filtration than for any decolorizing docs not, in my opinion, admit of doubt. The ape tribes; frugivorous animals. Doves uated on the other side of the last abode of mortality -.

foSrecomaicudations required. Address the properties it possesses. Indeed, decolorization and Sheep, by being fed on animal food) (and remarked, "Well, well, sir, Qn mf "ora.4 j

ii&or post paid, at Louisville, Ga. is regarded as a secondary and incidental mat- There is a very active spirit of rebellion exhibited they may be, as has been fully proved), will you have a very pleasant prospect 'beyond'thi.
Jefferson Co- Gi,August, 184 7. in the Dublin Nation newspaper. One come to refuse their natural food; thus it has grave? <

'Florida papers who copy 4 tmes: and ter.By the manufacturers of cane sugar, filtration of its late numbers points its countrymen to been with man. On the contrary, even cats S S 1 :

: number of the paper, a book will be given though extremely important, has been, and the example of Italy and the Pope, in an arm- may he brought up to live on vegetable food so Vermont Wh .-A Whig State convention

I sittnrn. is at generally neglected. After defecation ed resistance to foreign domination. Speakingof that they will not touch any sort of flesh. and was held at Montpelier, (Vermont), on the 21st

, Sept 17, 15-17. 4t present the cane, juicfr from pan to pan, the thanksgiving for a good harvest which yet be quite vigorous and sleek Such cats will ultimo. ) Solomon Foot and Hon.. Horace

! Jcsi.kk 17. 8. HI. Steam-Packet Line I with no, other attention passes than to skim off such was held in England, at which alms were taken kill their animal prey, just as other cats, but Everett were appointed delegates large to Jb" 5 ;

f feculencics as rise the frothy surface of up for destitute Ireland, it'goes on to say: will refuse them as food Man is naturally National convention to nominate a President '
I upon the We are sick of this eternal begging. If but vegetable eating 'animal; how then could he Resolutions were adopted denouncing the'*ar.' ;
the and when once juice arrives .
BETWEEN boiling in the sirup battery; no matter how impure, it one voice in Ireland should be raised against it, possibly be injured by abstinence from flesh approving of the Wilmot Proviso,'objecting J .

is evaporated to the,striking point. Calcareous that voice shall be ours. To-morrow, tomorrow A man, by way experiment, was made to live the acquisition of territory by conquest,.&c.:;,:jThirtyseren ---- -. ,)

SAVANNAH & PAr ATKA, ,FLA._., : deposites form upon the bottoms of the pans, .1.. over broad England, Scotland and Whales, entirely on animal food; after having perseTer- : i II
< the who devour oor-suhatance from ed ten ten Sinkesj ThejfolloTring reij < .
1Jr"THi"W'AT''OJI' and do injury by Interposing "a'non-con people year days, symptoms incipient putrefactionbegan -
UUES.TOTJNSWICK, ;T. MARYS, GEO.; ducting substance between the heated metal I to year, are to offer up their canting thanksgiving to manifest -themselves Dr. Lambe of at rolling ten-pins, goes ahead of the'player 'j

JICESOSVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND and the Jiquorto be evaporated ; inconsequenceof for our "abundant harvest," and to flingus London has lived for the last thirty years on a who made the eleven strike knocking down the 1

WCOLATA, FLORIDA.In which the juice is evaporated slowly, and certain crumbs and crusts of it for charity. diet of vegetable food. He commenced when ten-pins and the negro boy who set 7em up. 1$ i

It' connection with the Charleston Daily:Mail&im.paeketst the becomes heated very intensely in places Now, ifany church-going Englishman will har- he was about fifty years of age, he.is now about is told by the New York correspondent. ". of the,*

Savannah,the steamer SARAH pan which the metal to rapid oxydation, ken to us; if we may be supposed in any degree eighty, (rather more I believe,) and is still healthy Boston, Post. 'oi

f SP AL1 L\"G,from Palatka to Lake Monroe the and, often burns exposes the This deposite has i to speak for our countrymen, we put.upour and vigorous. The writer of the Oriental "I witnessed a remarkable feat in the way of 1

t.S.Mtil tagea, frum Picolata to St. Augus- I, been analyzed by M.sugar.Avequin in New Orleans petition tints-Keep your alms, ye canting i Annual mentions that the Hindoos among whom bowls at Horn's establishment in Ann street,' ,
robbers-button the Irish he travelled free from which I cannot help recording. ,I do notT
fine,and froia Black reek via Xewnansville with the following results: your pockets'upon I were so any tendency to ;
AHJptor, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to of lime 92.5 plunder that is in them ; and let the beggingbox inflammation, that he has seen cases of compound often visit bowling alleys ; but as all the world
7i1\sh&e.\ Carbonate oflime 1.4 pass on. Neither as loans nor as alms wiU fracture of the skull among them,yet stops in at Horn's, I stopped 'there & 1'ewm:

OCAMCLGEE Capt. A CJJASK. 4.7 we take that which is our own. Wo spit upon the patient to be at his work as if nothing ailed ments to witness a wonderful performance A
j: MTTIIE"S, ,: P.MCSELTY.these 1.4 the benevolence that robs us of a pound, and .him, at the end of three days. How differentis young man bad pledged himself to;knock down
packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY Phosphate of copper flings back a penny in cJutrity. Contribute now it with our flesh-eating, porter-swilling London the entire force of ten-pins with' a single ball

odSnrsDir MOaNING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- 100.0 if you'will-these will be your thanks! brewers; a scratch is almost death to them. ten times in succession. lie not only aid this .t

, meitPicokta in time for the Mail Stages to go "Once more then, we scorn, we repulse, we Flowers and Fruits, ly X E. Duncan. but he repeated it'thirtys ien times in succession
these English alms : and only wish these and then said that he would do the same "j
ftnugh to St Augustine before night every Mr.Reynolds obtained somewhat similar results curse \
J nirniy and Monday. from the sentiments of ours could reach before noon tomorrow Among the curious things advertised in tile thing for fortnight without cessation if anyone

turning, leave P.llatkenry TUESDAY and from kettle a specimen the procured Saratoga by me estateof every sanctimonious thanksgiver in London Times and which may exercise the ingenuity would offer him a wager" .,- "-\ .

. fouTMoKMNG at? o'clock touching as above battery upon sugar England, Scotland, Wales and Berwickupon of our readers in giving more commonplace -
wi Drake Brothers, & Co., in the island of Cuba; Tweed. titles to, are the following:-"Enarmostie We find the following Punchy paragraph. in, J
Yay. the analysis of which was as follows: a Jamaica : r ;.
The are both ton boats in complete Shirts, cut on mathematical'principles, and paper .
; 4.72
pressure matter and water
, *b and furnished res- Organic all A friend at elbow warranted to fit any figure." The **N nlli Se- A 4 most tragical circumstance ,now engrossesthe
handsomely in every of lime 11.90 Witty, if not true.- our '
Sub-phosphate public mind. A previously of a mars ,
cundus Shirt. "The Palla Gallica Coat- man ; ,
e of well the returns from Westmorelandare
commanded sticks it that
, r j jire by gentlemen Corbonate of lime 33.25 S to na and in rude health suddenIwithOntmoment's '
;. town experience on the route, and their pat- Silica S 0.13 the same tally-sticks that were sent in 1844, "The Syrian Paletot. "The Llama Beaver warning to his, relatives and'friend _
itt ire assured that every attention will be trace with only some verbal alterations. In Tioga Paletot, and the Paletot d'Hiver. "Water-
Oxide of iron. and letter
refused to eIllluf ANY ONGEK, "wrote;a
Parama Garments.Gutta Percha Shoe-
fH t to the safety and comfort of passengers, they use a pine stick. On one side they put an proof
to this to this effect. In order to calm
CdtdtW.nrf'ftil frpifht.AiDcLorme "democrat" and the other for soles.. "The Omnium Coat,with invisiblcjpockrete paper '
Vinmllina. .. of 100.00 owl for on a coon
--- -------- -- the excited multitude it found neessj'
----0--- ,. ," Then there is "Patent FirewooiL,- four was
AGENTS: Whig, and as every"elector comeswithajack- *
to give out that he had just'eaten'1tis (tinner? *
Lmotz& Savannah. knife;he notches knowingly on the side he wantsto fires for a penny. Bunnion Cushions for the
Topper, should be removed
This calcareous sediment The "John Oldham" has beeDp1 edinjnaL
of Berks toes. Dandelion,or Taracum Coffeej to cure S
Darien. and fine boneblack vote. In most parts county they <
from the juice by filtration, antine, having.been discovered by the C.
IFriedlander The small white the whigs the indigestion f' and, lastly, "Cantelo's patent'hy-
Brunswick. beans. are
the deposite use ;
should also be used to prevent droincubator and artificial mother for tomsj officers*lat she had no less than..fijtyc.
, Ji Bes St Mary from encrusting the evaporating pan. speckled, green, white, and yellow, are for the hatching ses'of Old Tom'a complaint which'"a2ecta"thjspirits
'nindex & Bisboe, Jacksonville If carefully defecated cane juice be filtered democrats; and black beans are allowed to the and rearing..poultry. ) on board. ,. n
{%, Black Creek. abolitionists. After they are counted,the beansare ;.
boneblack and after evaporation to 27 0 .
through A Tall M Mt.Pleasant 'Iowa
Wedding.- on -
remain for the next electionfor
tCooley back and
lP.Eawkn Picolata. deg. Baum, it be filtered again, the coarse put democrat the 11th ult, by J, T. .Morton Esq., [height 6 p'ottJtoa.-A gentleman who ISJW :
Palatka Governor. Then, as a or whig
; boneblack.employed for filtering immediatelyafter through Maine in search potatoes especially
feet 3 inches] Silas G. Weeks Esq. of Warren ,
- 114tie & Co Charleston. dies they take one out, or as one comes of age : "
; such had already been the white the whole -
as crientirely
defecation being ,
Co.,- 1, [height 6 feet 4 inches] to lfrs. 1I says
have rule there
'ried B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forr. used, when freshly burnt or revivified, for decolorizing they put one in. They elsewhere one good to advantage Robb, of Mt. Pleasant [height 6 feet Tinch.] destroyed bfdiseaze; thaareelishinned
. Cree or from Sa- which might be adopted
commission. Freight and filtering juice of 27 deg.13ea.um to ,Boston have spoiled before arrivil

. JDd Charleston, and all way freightJ me;- have the process copied closely after ; they never allow a man the to vote until that he he is Punch says: It may be proper- to state. that and that no goodjwtatpes.can,be.expected frogx I
married. This is under supposition
\1 shippers. that of the beet-sugar makers, and recommended until he it from his the distinguished personage known among the that great source .of supply.I.! Jntrnal.,. of ;.
oember I has little discretion gets '
17 tf
18 7. the method to be followedin < Comm.erce.c
M. Derosne as ancients the of has !
by by name recently .u.11
same of they .
wife. By the reasoning, <
he has process -S ;
the use of the improved apparatus his to and will hereafter -
changed name Cupidity
- OTICE he has the 1
allow him to vote so soon .as a wife .
The results obtained by this process attention Bleached Sponge--Hydrochloric acid 1 partwater35sjnixrndsoakthespongjjtfor
tb7g1TeU that SIX MONTHS after date constructed. taken evidence devote his to matters ,of money, as ;
fact of his marrying being .
I ItjI of therAtsOourt in the West Indies leave nothing to be, desired well as love affairs! It may' be well tb'fsta'te
apply to the Honorable Judge if not of dis
that he has to the use years,
? either to the quality or the come a week frequently squeezing it hen soakjt jflt
or Nassau for dis- with reference there is called "ta.- that he has exchanged his darts for dollarS as j
my the when the evaporation is performed cretion. A tninor marrying he finds the of the latter clearwater for a Veek, frepeatedly*! iangi gL : 1
j-thtExecutorship the Estate of color of sugar like Saxon now jingle quite as effective .
a. on the :b'eans. But Berks England .
and king the water.; Lastly sulphurous acid l'parfjiira5terr .
pl"r of said deceased. by means of Degrand's vacuum pan as the keenness of.the former. ,
county, condensing tubes. has common Jaw usages peculiar to only '20 parts; 'mjx,'and soak: the!'sponge.amtfl, ,
W. A. RUSSELL Executor.NOTICE. American.Senator .
I. certain districts.-Pittsfarg
- 184.7, .e With open steam pans for evaporation, fine The Re' Mr.Maffitt has got into trouble with sufficiently white, then repeat the opjer tionof I

i4 boneblack might be used with advantage; and some of his brethren in "Cincinnati. _for,.endeatvoringto'show rinsing, "aaisqueexfng: in clear & t.u'.t..mi
Connetticut.-The occasioned -
. p if the juice be permitted to now directly into from. vacancy that the Mexico is apart fume W1t hi rose oranfe-ofiaVender- ,'- I
, conquest .,
Au Jabez W. hasjtist '
. having claims against the es- fermentation and thento by the death of JIuritington S f'1'i: j nr SAt
the defecator to prevent Of the design of ProvidenceY for" Reforming .
ge of the : ,
John!i.Stafford late of New Or- been filled by "G rlor.B sel1t..in appointment 5 '
proceed uninterruptedly and promptly from the religion morals of the country.; a sale otboobinEngJandthu.uCtion-
. :" will present them to the operation to operation, filtering through boneblack of Ex-Oovernor Roger 8 Baldwin.Tetwsstp put. up ,,Dre.w's Essay t jJSw ls'L! jirtuchjTfss j

"thin the time prescribed by law, after defecation next evaporating with: Volcanic Eruption.-The Mountain Eagle knocked: down a sh e aker ( .
Wi1l be b1rred; and those indebted to fine boneblack and by ;steam to 27 deg. Beaume, Senator.-On the.nth .ult, the Lergislaiure states that great excitement and alannprevailsat cent 1,'but' to.tb.e'' am.1leme 1J'rhJ1. .1

will make payment to then filtering again through fresh boneblack in ballotted the 31st