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: February 5, 1848
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
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is, 'oar trsnsmitted trnn,the silk the advertisement.the' namhei From Professor Cnllohs Report] vON but ir+caicination ic,'e"mp1Jfea.J jfis necesstic :iiniral :jan'dR, it rmshedllBe. old tongueI..:. .say,:h'aBIaa. ; Esgag- Ij
nit not inark.5d.wuU THE USE ANll TREATMENT OF ANIMAL 'rtba '---' ".. "' ', .: .
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.rin.ertjt"1' Ad"t'r rc aie3aill continued until CorWd crtAxc ."- ** I "tb. .'r\vilsh f the boneblack: .from 'with ',:wonder: awe and delight' a-eaor.. .tt.:.' '"..'-..' .. 'i.",'.,':.". ','J'.- ,
r.1Iared f"r I'sail The mills employ-edrorgrindi "cal time'to1. tone,. :ivitH' 'diJu &:':acid.::, "For whole, .yogJ! ?':The|AU '. : .' .j'i\g; \ !J '' t B
win be chat e ed for all annouacoe j g F ; ,,. skjpper wn mJbt ; feyoa:an.j hattolt :
dollars file hpiic"acid'ia *
OFi"e cined bon are of,three kinds vith 'tbispurp .al P fnsedjbysome ged-up" bra e'rr' "' '
caodiltal.el fur oJhce. : 3 one; m / cg "toggt pepper l .enliendo g i s .e ;or/ : ,
u.f 511.l\lollths i f $10 03 vertical pullers which..ixob'ectioaable .and.muriatic'by others:' sulphuric salt trbwsers -
vest 8nd"d
One\uart..for liters: 10 00pJlliMitinn \an* c't"* on_ don't enderlandf.y :Englkh. I;
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otke to l ehtm'1 for LfUt'1'S of Ad miDi lraton 5 <)Q on nc+;ount.of the large waste it pfoiilu- icid* 1itii'I i howeVerf *rtobeprefetr'': '*** jsi i.*.*;. d>,*pot'Daly wholesuit r l; .a, pp ear td to:be,a'mol: stro'u id; 'thepoor'ignorant> crathur, I

Ala reIi1oUS notices will be inserted gal.ui.t1IltS. ces in fine dutt; another,with, horizontal for l> -.economy, 'l but also 9Rf pattern,Jf.they .were ever< try:t

1 personal communication will stones, res'ellibles'ommon flour because:the.sulphate. brlime 'exerts fpoinjuriouYefiect Ii>made fob ai man'ot his'oith': .:La. a iZU ol.t, ".', I ; It 11
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1T All ftdmiUl mill third and.the best if it'bePrioit;aii; Ml'Bra-; had' ) ''shrunk'in a the first:-t ". "1f. t I.rtn
.1I.rf'l.i..artreruM'm l119. ; a consists ofa l .,:. wash.!- | senor.. ., .,. ** _
",tr At bills for.t?b Pnl'ung. must be Pl aid on the pair of steel rollers, with g roogadsur cannot ,thinks, ; positively ;beneficial. l; The'buttons, set on latithe'foof'of' and, be d-' t.dTill :yet aV&Ydu' .

c lrli,.,r, the l wnr Unaea.Jnl. must be addressed tnGILUTf faces, which may be set at any desired, whrle' =the chloride of "tiolciumformedby coat?tai!),:behind,-.doubtless for the" n e' hatto*I" arid takinfe> rb!bjlR : f!

nr AU conunuk UlzLltcD. gotcsgt paid distance apart, so a. to divide the Bones the muriatic5'acid possesses dill\ues. -; pose,of! denoting;.thevlind+ .of: 'palrp leaf,\ shod ty it inn A

LineJit into grains' of corresponding size. After cent properties 'which? 'mav. *'b'e hi gb 1 lv, tion_'twixt body and .tail. ,'were pl the,Jlexican.-- ". 'J .: :;} :1

.'.\1f't'kl' 11.8.M. Cl'lea..Pocke& 'the bones are ground, tjjey are twice detriment I,-iiriless-tlie salt'be, 'entirely within lrief interTalt. ofthesh. ,. .s sonarsornbr tC.t". -r t 3 UJ:
BETwm. sifted; first,.through a sieve, the interfcUces removed! by washinff5- 'before' -the,*,?"-bone-i-v blades' arid .collar,bone." *,!Thejold;=.c.5a. xy: purl;par 1-* o mbr fro", .isitt
of'which a/irlarge,'nnd--whlc.4S black Is'used for, 'filtration..' had multitude: 'oTquestions'to: ".ask j : :that:did'nr f understand 7i* {ray UK v-rf.owe l l Jf.

SAV AN t AH & P htlTliti; FLA., intended to remove any lumps which The chief object ib thes' ,of boneblack .rybody, especially: the, oficers of. ."s ton ga_e.ar.,-in he'"more a shame 1 -

: BY THE W.\\ Of may have escaped; and then through inthe manufacture of _su g'thereforebeep ar has boat. 'Sticking" his head 'down tai .

'r/iriEN BRUNSWICK ST. MARYS, GEO.; a fine sieve, to remove the fine po\vder : 'its costi- It' is 'hsualiy, hatchxvay,' beifteath, wl f h' the ti < .s ':, 1d 11"t ,
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND and retain the grains. These grains manufactured in'arge'cities, from 'ma all reeking with swcat=.were jam miD.inth.e.

llCOL.T.fUJlUD.\ terials gathered considerable coal under the boilers $, PURCHASE. ,, OF_ A HORSE,. ,,i j t
with the Charleston: Daily Mail vary in size, usually ,from,0.03, to'0.2 expense ;: he' r "
teuu.p1l"ke Iu connection. at Sa.mnah,thesteunerS.lItAli of an inch in diameter. It is desirable, ; but the fact should be taken into .,"I. ,say yeou, down. there j Ain't fullowin g/dlrecgoa s, .&ffi.\Ve1& M

:SILl Lrr m raiaiKft to Lake Monroe, the however, that they should be of uniform consideration, that when properly revivified all fired hot i.n. front- of that arrange/1. published in England as; part f'a r ,

LT K Mail tagt-s from l lcol eta to St. Augustine size, and not exceed .01 Inch it'may be' used repeatedly, and *iYi1u_ 'd better come" do\vn.and.see, :ssa Y_ i cojiy. from ':'SkmnerV_

and from Black reek, and via Newnansrillc Columbus to The revivification of boneblack is ,a until it i id gradually consumed by the was the response. 'Library, a nd think they1 may i. j

Alliator, Mineral Springs subject of the first importance to the losses: sustains each time in conse- <*I shan-t! See yeou der n'd lust to the reader of the Cabinet*

1 AUI1h Sec.oe.UlULGEE. C p. A.Ca se. manufacturers of sugar, as upon it depends qn nceot'the fine boneblack detached Then off'he'd moved to stir up the farmer ,wishes, t o purchase,a I: :

ST.MATTHEWS, P. CKELT\. the economy of its use. Vari and 'separated from it in the. mechanical thing- or somebody else. and is obliged to go u>,tot the mar ,; ;

These packetsleave ftwauaatt at 10 o every'clock TUESDAY, and arrive ous methods hove been from time to ,. operations to which it is subjected. "Got pooty snug beeirth here, 1. to auction to do It"i he'harclly( ijlt

and SATUJUIAV Picolata MORXHG in time for, the Mail Stages to go time attempted, but none of them ap- The'only expense, therefore,'sustained, on !" said he to Kemp, the head greater risk in anyurchase he t' ;!

through at to Augustine before night every parently with perfect success. The coloring I is that which is necessary,' from time eer, as he thrust hie :old hat; hend b. ; and would do well either 'thor. :

Thursday and Monday.llcturiiine. and other.extractive matters absorbed :'I to time, to ,restore the portions thus shoulders into the'engine room; P Y to acquaint himself Hi the aaa t- I,..
leave labt'k.e"ery TUFFSAT and lost and with reference the take a friendvith:btm' who'is idt :x
; form a coating which be';i ; to original yeou get pooty.good wages. Mi ht .j :
may |
fwDAY Mourns. at 7,o'clock,touching as above removed either by fermentation or cal- investment of capital employed, it may loud smell of grease iu here. Spile when handling the horse.> This M 'SK ft

earhno'They ;ire bvtli lair pressure boats, incomplete cination. Calcination, when performed be safely stated that the additional profits good many clothis, reckon, urn P.h 1" fiom one Who has suflered.from !i t 'z<

or-lcr. au-1 h.m Jsouicly Kirn'-sUcd: m every res- in close vessels, is apt to injure the of a single crop resulting not only "Good many," said Kemp, 'won't ignorance. ;...7f ;. ..'

lr.'ct;'err coiaiu' .uulivl by gentlemen of well decolorizing by fusing the vegetable from the improvement in the quality, to wear fine clothes here." g selected a horsewhose: -' f .make ": Ai ri
non experience on the route and their pat- power but also in the increased a please us 'next consider. .
attention will be substances absorbed and converting quantity of "Het as sixty- teou, in here. I p our' It

r;.u.y J tU arc tthe a&safety urc.t th.ani+t every comfort of passengers, them into carbon of brilliant lus the sugar manufactured, will far more yeou, ain't you afeered 0" bein is his soundness; for*r though lira

t ail to the careful handling of freight tre and feeble energy. Fermentation, than'repay the outlay. up some time or other 1'* dealer may declare that hois- sound i J

.o\GF.\TS: % on the other hand, seems to perform its It has been considered a great desideratum "Oh! no, we get used to it'ces P we are to take the phrase as. -
JJwoks & Tupjjcr, Savannah. i to obtain some abundant and Kemp. vi g various. meanings, and
Darieu.Brunswick.. i office but imperfectly, and to leave a ,\HCl I'
JL FrieilUuder A.iJfLoriue., - large t P ro P onion of the vegetable impurities cheap substitute for boneblack. The "Oh, sht>h get eout I tell me i from examining nun and. n t i"
St. Marys.Jacksonville.. only substance as yet successfully tried now!" \ too,on that account. :
Jvln Ul'!!l'l1t. in the honeblack. .
Fenutn lez o:'m..bc(, I M. Derosne has consequently) adopted is bituminous schist. (In France thereis "Fact sir! Blotvned up last trip wind, and limb, must be the-. J\\ .
jLCoy, 131ackCreek.I'eo at Menat in the department of the Boston." of
the method of calcination contact lag into objects inquiry; foc'arae i I
J.dIinrkiua.. l' Palatka with air; and he has endeavored to render Puy de Dome, an extensive geological *'l want to know! Wall, blast out of ,ten are,defective;'in":onJe t'

Lafitte &: Co.; Charleston.Goolls the process continuous by employing formation of this rock. It has been steam jiggers, I don't like 'em, that's se particulars. First thenexa ,. i1

N. B.- consigned; to the Agents for- a sort of Archimedes scrnw, surrounded thoroughly tried by the manufacturers fact. But I say yeou, did anybody a Y es,avid do this before he.co ryes i'I :. It

"warded free of c ntunissi=lit. Freight"from Sagraimak by a furnace, and thus kept at I of beet-sugar, who prepare it for use by smashed up or scalded ?" the stable. Having placed,him. i '

by and shippers.September Ch.iriesUm. and all way freight. a'low red heat. The boneblack, after calcination, in a manner precisely! similar "Several," said the Engineer, (ihe'light may fall:uooh! 'the r eyes 1.. i .

payable: .; 1 i,,1S47. tf being well washed and dried, is put on to that employed for boneblack.It .- man sitting on that box just where Yare one direction, see that Jbey'af& 4

IN,-CIRCUIT-- *+ 01I} T.EisTEnx at one end, and the helix or screw turning is composed, according to the analysis got his thigh broke-" same size, and equally full; thai a.'

CIRCUIT OF }'umlD.o\-Coe OFST. slowly upon an axis slightly inclined of \I. Payen, of silica, alumina, car Before Kemp could finish his ,ws. are not prominent,,ancjjtba.t 10 l
Jon Ix CU.\Xl'JR. bon, bituminous oil analogous.to et- not iro ect morn th -th oak.
+s: *, the.revolutions cause it to pass P tence, a fireman turned a cock P ] a
'The Southern Life Insarancc ) through and escape at the other end.- rolium, the sulpheret of iron, sulphateof and whereas e-evorl" spurted off the eyes are perfectly'clear anH '

to use b. Trust Arthur'ompa-)I. I' Bill to Foreclose. A convenient tub, furnished with paddies alumina, and ammonia, and some steam beneath the engine room, and asst- and that the pupils, orap; t c|;

uy }I or arms attached horizontally to a traces of nitrogenous matter 'soluble in pair of peper and salt breeches, the eye, are exactly like+ in size q ;

ItcC"s. | vertical axis, is employed for washing boiling water. And after calcination, pendant coat tail, vanished out on as color A'sunken'eye,'.or one- ;' {{

Augustus 1'oujaud. JIT the boneblack. This tub is also supported it forms an intense black mass, whichis The skipper let on he knew a hea the limbs are'partly closed 1 t
having been made to appear to the satis- light friable and easily reduced into J'T' '
aw- or.sem"r
horizontal axis and bored :
factioifof the Court by Affidavit, that the upon a upon every body, not even exem xr ,t.
*f/endiiiit iMiued in the Bill of Complaint filed which it can be turned so as to inclineit powder Silica; it is then composed 56 of to: 60 ting bluff old Captain Rodgers, from e front- a pupil dilated, or a,wJbite- t

in the above entitled cause, resides out pf the to any desired extent, and even in Carbon 20 to 25 multitudinous questions and one-are so. many omen or l' ;
State of Florida and out of the United States.ad or which should '
vert its position, by which arrangementthe Alumina 10 to 15 tions. "Down East" was a cabin P j cpier
iu Cuba the; jurisdiction, one of the of West this India Court Islands, Therefore, and'LcIond water may be first poured off, and Iron and sulphur 2 to 3. senger, too, he was. a cupid,or, what is often w 'se.

,0n motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor forM the boneblack then emptied in mass. Sulphate of lime, J) traces. That incomparable bell ringer, of blinker, who will shy a t:al.L;he Q 14 .

('uml+laiu ult. Many of the refiners employ for revivification Sulphate of alummlVhen boat, down for dinner superb with, and .break your,neck the pon j
\ bituminous schist is used in rung _
Iris Ordered That the said Augustus Pon- of boneblack the iron retort of and ride him at.. .-.... ro .
they set too, was soon *
jaud and others be required to appear lUll an- fine powder, it communicates a brown V
.er said Bill Complaint within six mouths gas manufacturers, which certainly tinge. to the sirup. But the principal by the vigorous crowd, including b' satisfied yourself ,. eg aril. i<

or tae same will be taken as onfcssed against combines great simplicity of construe objection to its use, is the manufactureof rum old skipper would insist on wi peepers, have him pulled put. and. .
lum. tion with convenience of use. Whether substitute his mouth and fingers the side of- proceed to examine His 'p"p t es: If .
It is jurth r Ordered That a copy of this Order, or not the difficulties which M. De cane or beet-sugar, as a table cloth his with sound,,'on being hipped'.in ihe-
duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published for boneblack, is, that it does not pos eating peas a _, r
has to obviate by his me- ,he will utter such ndihat
wIthin the rosne sought then stab it into the butter a so
in some 1ew8papcl'llrintoo sess the property of removing lime, as gouge "
Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month consecutively thod of calcination in contact with air well as coloring matters. As a deco- fingers into the bread, and all such fail to strike the,y ear_ as the,. '
six months. be the regulation of of a good pair of bellows
for can overcome by lorizin it is however abolical innovations upon the ,; ,but
l:5igtl dJ] T1IOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.L the heat in such retorts, I have not the agent, more ed formula of the traveling cugnoscenti.Capt. lungs are touched, and.he'is ?a pU t
than boneblack and it
I'ETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, powerful ;
.'kcreby certify the above to be a true copy requisite information to decide. It i is might, therefore, be used with advantage Rodgers presided at the that is, broken winded. ,.,or having- ,

of an Order duly made and entered of record to be'regretted that but little has here- in refining. The of absor of the table. among the fair sex, at Uhe'w n give'vent. ,to. a.. '
power *
Iu the above entitled cause on the sixteenth. tofore been generally known of, and bing lime might be imparted to it by ley Spear (clerk) at the Coot short cough.' n
Uy of August, A.D. 1847. that but few have been
P. l;. DUMAS, washing it in a solution of carbonate of rounded by the b'hoys, old ski :a horse be suspecte'd of bad ,

Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. I made upon, this important subject, of ammonia, or by mixing it with a portion planted himself,about the center. ,howeverthe purchaser cannot d& '

lue.i. lamfGm :I which a few of the refiners only seem of boueblack. i ner off deserts on, skipper 'sat' to g than direct his ..attention' ,the- t

J- to possess an Ythe' considerable, knowledge his half dollar's worth crowded under circumstances
"' on lIu1 .
LIST OF LE'I"J'ERS.D It. is stated that a mixture of 10 -
fruit of dearl bou tit
: usually, Y- g fruit and until it either much quicker than '
IMALXING in the Post Office at JacksonTilie of cla2 of tar; and 50 of pastry was probably ,.or
A ,which if not taken out within three ,.experience. parts 'parts case of qppoplexy would inevitably Yt 'they 'will be'considerably Ion*
fine bituminous coal well kneaded together I r
dead letter office at The method of fermentation +
.months Hill be sent to the only cur on that boat before she contracting themselves m.ofder '

.Washington. which has been extensively tried is that find then calcined, will form a .Portland. Apples came oh as a' final. the:wind out, than;{is'filling +, 'v,

'ialroM A Win. 8Icker McXeill M Chas. J 3 by M. Peyron, which 1 have already composition which is but* the little decolorizing inferior power.that of of Skipper had several under his ribs. in, which they:do, if. he)#is;ar pi ,
Jus. McXeill, ). Martha spoken of under the head of filtration, ,, When he seemed full, clinching altesuddenl_ .. But.'althouglrnot ,
and it i is evident from the :
Alexander, Achd.S :Moutfort Ward & (,o. 2 and to which article 1 therefore refer. boneblack ; er green one, he squared round, ,',he, : may be -a whistler what
n Moody, Baron This method has the advantages:of continuous principles, established l by \. Pay n and out to Capt. Rodgers who. aroarer--the"first: i,be '.
a. "" sung may
Bninhapl, Bern. McQueen, Ann 2 action and of the Hussy, that we may :readily'form aa'altno'st l- t
' .nej Jane not requiring then,relaxing his old weather: by the peculiar wheezing he 4i:
,C:1pf. F bict uee, indefinite'number;of artificial de
boneblack to be removed from the, filters honest face ,' to when sudden ;
lI 1rdcu. UriahBedden Martin, J into a' complacent .put _. or con*
JIri tvC and,could It be rendered practicable colorizing mixtures: But in attempting while cajoling with.the'ladies- exertion}"the latter, by blowing!
it would doubtless constitute .i ,to substitute.any,thing in the place =
an "! say'yeou,: Captain there !" clamorously under,similar cir .
.Coffee. 2f eal, Henry in the [of the, boneblack, now. ,employed, regard '
e JoshuaSa important improvement manufacture r: "Speaking to me,*rl"slow,and dr ; and. either.imayba"triads
C O must be had to the, mechanical"proper '
of sugar. the .itself, by',the ;purcha.se(:giy- '
-CaWk Misa< LA.Joshua. Oak, Calvin ties'requisite for" filtration and revivification ly responded' Captain.- P..y_ r,
D' PTolhrd A third process has lately been i invented without considerable' Sure 1 be,". continued therm P "a smart r 'cut"' or" even'felgnln' ";ta -
Decotta Hrs E A 2 Jacob 0 which consists in the transmissionof ; as babIe-skipper; "yeou: hain't got, a''P with hiSjbit'of lash. ; ,*' }4
o well as to the,>: ? of removing I
JLDeU: Port er. Joseph a current of steam, heated to the ; property knife. or nuthin', yeour trowsert,' t ht rdly and.lastly, as \o'the'limbs ..-,
WIlL A 2 lime .indispensable
+ Erasmus ,
Pond and
even more important
D of deg. through the ; .youlr-I. to eat; passing.our hand'down -hi.:legs
onJu Penny, Eer. John temperature 750 than that of dec lorjiat any, ',more uv t :
G. the of this method perhaps, ;with the d. an. 'unnatural profttberance }aflt'
B boneblack' results Whatever' be" apples : peel on-might give, ;. .t_
D, I To p Lear means of oD agent may employ elder, : ferlin first one.leg. .then : ;
g .FultoJ1 Reynolds, .t.tried in France have n'q ., filtration be'found thcgriptsV g an a .. ttjie
, !fist Elira chard,Francis accurate information.. It is however will,probably, '" we discover any difference i hey.
Graf. A& : necessary-toiproduce sufficient 'mechanical "About'a'quart of;buttons, hooks : ;t
.f .,U S spoken.of in terms,of high .commendation contactandobtain eyesrand' boot heels, were"found_ 'tHem; disease, ,more": or' j less, ia
,$0114.e1JCaPl R 2 Sawyer, Chu.W,. by some.. of the most .diatin i g.uislied result. ,the t: !'table,' wliea the: present co mP j he\ ma Y: l tj be; lamerb'urlhV ;

1; Springer,..qoorgia.:1IaI French._ chemist, and particularly.by M. ;-" ., ', "., had retired!- 'Charles"'Spear"Es' .,'' ; : ,clean- .upon 1 ,bis legs.. ''nSplents, ;
i11. -
Ca ilJ9nn W Scott JohnSuinmcralL Dumas *; 0 ,.. *SeeBerzeliatf 'Trait '& Chira. ted,the;skipper:his and ji _l co Dri } sJ.and ringbones .rnay.:bepfee?
BtJ'lbOnr Rick JStoddard without
.. ;Lewis B. 3 No. p rocess., of revivification! He ** *J"'J_ _. ._. '- J. jacknives the'same"evening-; :it. : occasioninglameness,}but
. dq'1,1 coristdered.com ple ..which,does not ore.move : are all to be regarded"with asas
J.fieo. Stokes, Jas. B.Taylor !- 'KENNEB'ECI really'ivhisperedHhat'old) Capt,, (
. bo rnmA- SKIP& ON' Boinb% us eye", >as either den t ngimst lief d
.14ataJaa. T not, bnjy! e.ycgetableeztractiy! ie< ;seen to smile!.-=Bolto1l'MazJ.i
'- to.JliiTii.. q Jno. A. matter.. ,.but. .also. .;tbelline, which. )>unajsurbed < 9- ''.STSiMBOAT;.ItdTHET", CB.EA"IY': Qar, \'... ._ j. ...,'. .u.. '".,r_, .. ., ; qr oi g;,future eyifsi '. ;'HU

,, JGit $ TownsendMrs..Axe,; by the,boneblack. ', ,at. ; least occasionally. ., orcec poP den fe alconbridge: ?.;teUjfen l : ,-. ;: '1 j ; '.. '" <' '. c the same;:principle. %Jbprse-raaj* .
" .I t-bita.Geo. WYhitcher ,. : thtalime.'s,! 'removed pielty*rich Joke,' that .came, .:off at;the ::, ,1f.qJJ ? ,r4pgk li&.! t4tj ( 'a sPagia,sand. be only' sUfEfriai
& P.N 'WinpeEd"i ar JJnless ,, l ,...,,., l'i a 'T- x. iwi si kx; a.4 TAr-J/ kWli; : -f I -i* -. -.1 -'.
M i dinner table, on board the.magnificent .'Span ow, .e ,ba starting hihe liavtstt +
> John it ttccumuaies4.ancl obstructs the.,pores .. < 'Y t'DY may euro,or
I fr-*< \ -'- TT 't jrJ '
. 'f'.i.I1""Ster MlsJnrV2pCK3Ximenes.. 1J'J- 9Ct the. boneblack. s,"so, _,_as..Jroatl, : _ly.xa:, ,im,., ,, P,air., 'i coasts: ,. \VC i. N 'rto the) ritiiihlPrdvinces'last sumnierAmopg ?--. .t in trntirel eciall 1f still '
'XJ" r l ; :ts > ou. .. >se are : blemishes,. and ak. ,
; 'Tc ra .in. ever. gy. .. ; *,.*;' Y .W 'i'.f ; '
,_ ka.Jane ;:tFiss'Antonia Ferraentatf ,?by& 1hel.production' of\ i j the.;.,;,,usual_. J;.heterogenous-iDass:ofpassengers 'g rpod. hnowled. gMCTo .. J?qq''b '! .detract, = from the_ ,luirinsic Value
.J 1 ,. _' 'qn; "
f. oFttllcis acetic ,. ,_come-\up from. the Provini = ,tuQ. e., 'f. 'csea.; .y e ;oq1y19j.stlc:, 'el animal.,. /explaining i .the ed'
JOHN PONS 'PhLt; acid decomposeJ-the .r t. .d :
t la 'it 2- ,. .'' ,.; .; rho, Admiral : g'tnounn.e..D the.'.tail.of,eacbr.word aaO. to:,make. i e from dcoiiforma-
1 acetate.of ,c son; +"wasa ; g s resultbg, gc :
\ :
1 JJ 1538. ,, 'lime d.. so ., '1- ;
y &n.11, ,1'r ; for.@rl. bJei. ( *: *.i* '' '*'i *'M ** < v -!'. Vrp. *
,t '. '!dTb l '. .. .. ..."., fa 'tF.s liens j > 'rrr:Eae>"::*!5'-5.ki'* .e .*.s-wi libel:1 v:'"bt aka:;had I.!lliganest" Spixmsh< ?in T*-the T .world.,.--": i "4:F. i we' arenatarall, .. y led to tnaks jrj*.
i. JP1iIt OOJING,1"R Y. '.SJo. Iiti'ma p 'Tea tt.:de, Chii t.tt, J! ??...;seea :a;.feaj'steamboat .beioreot ,it.bothered> rmeselfvuntil>.I'got.to ; .: .P/3&H7ttoA: :the disadvantages
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Hiafe"' shown '-why"puch--:.afslructure; is1)aajVquesti6n p 0vJif iclf 'he contended, would be [ 1ig1tt.Th&cburc1es i numerously at to&TuENzws.j- next, n 611)i .

j that necessarily entails found to be a powerful 'military J I tended 1d :15benHy! upported by.the 'fheobj c of eyerjrgpod gover nmen i J !{\ Jf>:f'i .n .rQ i-! ,
,. HS". f' :'E: at ot slavery are 0VgrcadYt ihe.hnliliilesfOJR 'them,Jhe'rPQ.wea.ot'.elect,
upon the'mention,of ihe:(disprderVdrr rt'.V1' leg'rpe! rn n :is : :gover d. ThisisattiiMb1thrQulijust Qg'jJl
unlijijMexico !
monstration iscpmpeUedf '
''igi'natin g '.thren. ,, ii/e., 'ihe'4: i easeo'which f-** sf neglectfthe, ,d Ifflcutr ( : ..laws justly ad "dges. 'One or; ,the.qther'' :' of.thSJ:
i suchf: pit 't ;, i in 'consequence, ..ofbeiiig to sue or P8cef..l4 V" mdi. Plning. afrsaL.tflary: discJptJfl&AS) Ininisteredjr": ; The iliqn's"[ musbd: ftit f :. \ rte tr'1

;mal-formed'are l ; < jfl ."- On the 27th, MrtBagby, in the Senate mu enhanced,:< "hhd,-indeed,' .in 'some .egislative' branch :and.advancing! ,greatness of rg

t'".F4rs. .'Cdiii J. c.:>PF c '", !?4?. .. added another lesolulion.to.the series -. ,cases, rendered impracticable I -, he of government:should l by:just.and_equaJ"Legisla't ""ftenublic; speak1 to the world<< :' I

L., _. ::- schools are geoer.nUJ dc lining, the,negroes on, secure .to. ',the people-:life gunge;which cannotbo. misu tf J
few siJi1
presented a days e, asserting -
: : ,.jX.H e! 'NE'Vu'S.: : that the people ,of ., Territories. 'consideritftquite the teachers a, ;send favor their conferred -proper! !ty, and .reputation-and... entir&freedom.Tlimited :the govern truth' 'themselves.that : American By: .rr&he!! -eW: _'
.,, ...... only the.in- Jr1J i .
-- -- I ; by ;
C Ol; 1LIE nU RY 5 X848. :belonging to the U. S. harigi4tQ! :children.,to-the: ..scjioolscriraes: oftall: 11V 43.: ff v ,they have crct.'teda"go'er '
; -,:_ _; ,_ regulate- slavery n. sorts,'and.someLnarreSS.] ..:atrocity,. JunctOflSthateVery jjiifrjfrt one,-.so-._**l\.5i'bfV enjoy ,"-"-sow [which secures: !liberty i '.i its il!!

: > every wherqjncreasing! : :"
THE' W TI '.-, During f -' }the"1T 'weekendfrlg iless trie British Parliament .can',,.devise. fIt i is'the proyince'ojf f the:judicial i pttboseeqnalltws; from the: 'empires .of the Old ,Wrj4..9\

on Wednesday: even' !jog last, the some. ,means- to. counteract, 'i influence. ... ."' !menttp_ jadminister 'ndvhich'.in. less than it..ceituj ;
weather 'ha :been clear nnd' warm. At qf, emancipation, i.the jlsland.rnust! -.sjnk ; ( established' a power: ad a,chara tt
: .that citizen lovrichb.r
so every thigh or".l has. tulned '
to aphchoQ national
jrstoastateofbarbatTh: ,
.. A. Mi the lowest ,- ftf. hPI g
7 1-2
pointshow by
',-" -- -- r Mr,. Downey states tha ,the Abolitionists : poof. honored o'r''ilespised i'nify have ness, vhic .c mtn rids ..'theall .res
;: To COBRESPONDENTS,-We have,late.iy. the thermometer was 49'on1 Saturday: Fndefatjgable effbrts emancipation jtisiice l !| ( I the nations How !
'. ; by whose ; <, J 'withoursale"deniat ot delay, : tedlculola..
received several anonymous communications the 29ti Jan.-and the' highest 64 on ..,was,)in t sno.smaU. >;degrcer,effected ,-o. that.crime, may be punished' -the I to 'say, that those'"who are comp

and deem it proper to, re. Wednesday the 27th. .At' noon,: the have! .'not publicly.adroi ,edjthat vicious' .restrained-and the to call so.rwblea fabric:.of governmeat
.peat>> friends that however unobjectionable l lowest 56 on Tuesday the 1st inst.,- :. error; but he. i/requentlyijn! private into existence, !are'incdmpetent";
may be their favors, we cannot and the 73 the 31st circles] heard, "them acknowledge their protected. In the language oPinspiration age one of its subordinateparts.; JJ'
highest on Monday gainful. disappointment,at..the,Jesuits of ; the' Judge should be a, terror to public sentiment 'be 'once thOroug4
depart from our rule to publish no article Ja At.9 P 11.the lowest"50 on Saturday The ,whp hazard awake to the; importance of(
free _
om very men, qv .doe.rs, and a,praise :to them .that. do efQ 1J
where we are not made acquainted the. 29th' Jan. -and. the highest ed the ofhe our Judiciary
., every thing in ,pleading, 'cause. well. 1-leshould not bear4he.swprd in syszem.ancLjh pooJi
with the name-qf-its writer. Due 66 on Monday the 3 1st January, But *; ,slayes] ., are now.suspected, and treat: will .do their own work sp diJYf\J.Qt.
) attention to this will prevent misunderstanding two days in.,the week were .rainy., ted with neglect and coldness by.those yain-neither should he make it. an Instrument diciaHyranny! will fall, the .o!, ptJQul

on either side.. who are'indebted' to them' for the freedom destruction, to liberty.. and of undue power be. purified riy
f. DEMOCRATIC. .NATIONAL CONVENTION.At which; they; abuse 'right;-to justice .and truth -Judgment 'measure ,of freedom, !estore'td' ;t

MORE VOLUNTEERS ANTED.-We a., meeting of the Democratic Rev. Mr. D., earnestly implored] that ,'cool. honest, unbiased, judgment people.by the power of their",pvvjjfmja

perceive by the Ocala Argus, that Lt. Members Congre&s, held at Washington the people af the States should not,hasrjtily alone should yield it-not malice,-not ;1 have not done. YINIjfTHE ,',' 1
; and rashly emancipate their slaves.
Jno. CT. REARDON is now engaged in i ,the 'of the 22d ult.
on evening
piide,-not -not cupidity
He consider? it the great error, ,of the revenge, RUMORED RUSSIAN'LO!.'(.:
: recruiting for the company of Florida for the purpose of fixing a/day for the :British: ,Parliament, that they conferredthe hot ambition. To secure political hapr The New'York Sun has the fCIJV]

.I volunteers. at Tampa, whose term of jrtssembling: of the National_ Convention, boon ol freedom, a people unprepared .- piness, just and equal laws must be. nd. in reference the rumored arrant
r service has recently expired.; A fine to nominate candidates for the .Presidency for its ,enjoyment-the:effect of ,ministered,. by piue! and intelligent Inept for a $OOQOOO loan: i from Bui,
whiph unwise legislation l will be to
; \vill thus be offered all
opportunity to and
Vice.Presidency-it was recommended change the once beautiful nail fertile judges Do the people know how sia to dur Government.

who are desirous for military service in that such Convention beheld .Island,of Jamaica into a comparative much their happiness depends 'upon Several weeks Qgo'tw: ,'or torw

1: what is probably the healthiest post in I at the usual time and place, name waste, ,occupied by }semi. ,barbarous. such nil unio.n- -dg th y reflect that their New York capitalists a confcrenet

the Union. l ly, at Baltimore on the 4th Monday in lawless. and wl'et hed.hord. of fTtemen.Ve ." safety is here-and ..do they not see with' a' Russian: gentleman relative:tq

May. Motions substitute. Cincinna \ have lately had frequent the probability ofl.the"Czar taking ''on
opportunities that they have the in their own
;L NEW BOOKS.We have received theth'ird power the million Joan.
4. number of Ewbank's Hydrau- ti i as the place, and the 4th of July; as to obtain information. in regard hands to secure that happiness-to en- twenty talked of Washington The, rumor.projectwas

the time, were rejected.On to the state of'affairs in the Island of
: .. lies and Mechanics,"-the second hast sure that safety And howl Make got abroad and eventually it assumed -

.pot yet come to hand, This valuable: the same'day, at a meeting of the .Jamaica, and 'we feel it.:our duty to say the Judges 'directly responsible to the the shape of a positive contract betweeq

., work : \l\IembersofCongres, andVhigs hat the facts represented in the above people-purify judiciary at the bal. the two governments, although the.baa!
should be in the of
possession from different portions of the Union, itwa communication are not :only! true, but lot-box. Shall it be said that the peo-- had not yet been .authorised by Coit,,
everyone who seeks obtain scientific r pie are competent to govern themselves gress I At least that form was gnrea

.intelligence, divested of technical terms t! ___.?, unanimously_. __ agreed to hold a that they do not half tepresent the horrible i -to eject their legislators-govern- I to' it by the friends! of partie holding
: Whig JNational Convention at some future condition of society' in that favorite sit considerable
; and unintelligible words. Also ; 'ors-pre.sident's-to judgment upon amount .of Treasury not',

** The Union Magazine! ,"-February day. pet Eutopie of Emancipation. We laws-to ordain forms of government the price of which ws likely to be enhanced .

have obtained our information not from :-and change and perfect th.em-, by publishing the rumor. 'lit
No. This elegantly illustrated periodical EFFECTS OF EMANCIPATION.
one but several individuals who were and yet are not competent to appoint a project had! merely been broached io
,: fully sustains its high reputation. In the Richmond Republican, we find all few subordinate officers under a government parties in correspondence with-the Em!'
and had all been
; The John Donkey," published at.Philadelphia -I' a communication ergbodying some facts Englishmen enga- which. they have formed. -h may peror. His Majesty was \vriuenAccthesubject

f .: and The Elephant," i i in relation to the effect of Etnancipa ged in different occupations upon the with.equal propriety be said that he by the steamer Hibema,

: published at New York are both inferior -I tion in the island Jamaica. They are estates in the Island.Ve feel confident who constructs a great machine, is incompetent which left this porf/m the J t January,

that if the land owners were resi- to choose an engine to workit. A reply is expected to reach Wa'sbjnb
imitations of the London Punch. not for there is
new, no one conversant Do the distrust their ton the J9lh of month jha
dent not white! would continue people own on next .
We think there is wit arid humor enough I with affairs in the West India Islands there. Those who the integrity Do they deny their abilityto Emperor is known to have on had.

in the country to sustain their columns, I I1 which have abolished slavery, who has own plantationsare choose their Judges 'I he 'same argument very large amount of gold coin and bult!

;; : and the only method by which this can not long ,been informed of them. But wealthy men of tittlevli< have nev- 'which provesthem incapacitatedin lion, the product of the rural mines fba

-t ..be seemed is through an extensive cir- they are important, and demand serious er J Jeft England. Their: property J)1' this respect, jf true, also proves them, I has already} ailurdcd. 'timely assistance

Jamaica ,is entirely managed by over unfit. to elect 'any other officers of the. to the French aud'English mOney markets .
; culation. lhcshould attention. -
; This certainly They should be reflected
J seers and agents. They know not their government. The 'wing doctrine, that. by investments in natioraiti) 'L',
.,'. I receive. upon by the Northern Abolitionist and I the people are incapable of choosing and it may: therefore be wfermljhat ,
; -- -- -- false friend of the colored race., ncome or expenses. They regularly their rulers in any department of government is pot l likely to reject a favorable.opportunity S

;,. LOUISIANA.-TJie friends; of Demo They prove that the white race cannot remit every year to the Island a sufficient is monarchical in its tendency. like that now presented; for

racy will be happy to learn the election mingle in society with the African sum .to pay the laborers on their ,lt is not to be tolerate .by a; nation making a similar investment in. llie"U.
unless "
Jf', of: Hon. PJEKRE SOULE, Democrat, by !. l the physical force of the latter is estates, yet. are not aware thattheir properly ol freemen.' Shall the humblest' States. _,
I -
citizen be
the Legislature of Louisiana, as U. S.I in England has to support' that, in compelled cringe and bow, "t
; subject to the intellect of the former,- to the'pqu-er'ufl Judge', and humbly to fl.n Error of Seien Millions :of bu.
i Senator, in place of Hon. HENRY JOHN-; theV st Indies. In the'true spirit of the
j The proposition has long been made/ In serve and plead for 'that justice, whichin lars !-We understand from theVaiiington -

BON, Whig, from March 4th, 18-J-9. ain have facts been produced to demonstrate negro character, the negroes refuse' to .the pride of .a freeman., :he has a Union: that AJr. John li.; r .!?i

: From the fact that the Whigs had a I work until starvation .star. s them in the right to dcmnndl Eveiy principle the principal ("Jerk.in the ffice of jibe

majority of two on joint ballot, yet it. Fanaticism has no ear ace.. They claji together in gangs of freedom forbids it.. 'I 1 he foundations I! Register of the Treasury,. has justdin
for reason. But we deem it our duty of our cemented the covered anjerror in his accounts, of near
I4. nevertheless elected a Democrat who i upwards of..a thousand, and at the .moment < by I
to regard reason before fanaticism.We .- blood of the Martyrs of Liberty, cry ly seven millions of dollar:$ in; TavoVftf

: fully sustains the Administration upon I present the following extract from when the. harvests should be against hi! Are .ihe people! of ,this country the Government- He forgoth. isjii-

the question of the war, the Whigs of I the communication Drought in, refuse to.work unless at an ,mote degraded; now, ,than were. the serted to carry7 that sum out, i in.w
;; : ihe North may perceive that they can- exhorbitant price. If this is of necessity men of the old Colonies, who rose calculations, into the proper'columftj I II
"During a iecent visit to the city of the ait I It ascertained. that the )Ipanje qulrVd!
against tyranny a King, .and ,
pot always calculite that their South- Baltimore became allowed them, they will not work but
; acquainted with the by: the Government will'only je/wN; (
seeds of
planted:: liberty in the virgin .
:;i ernjconfederates will be recreant to their II the Rev, \Vm. Downey min one half of the stipulniedthneand : :
; a Baptist yet soil pi"a new world! I do not believe instead of eighteen millions, in; cons?
I .country. 'rhis is truly a triumph of i ster, of the Island of Jamaica. Mr. ,claim vtgs' for the..whple? ( I > Justice is it. 'Facts disprove.thc'fo'il: slan i quence. The,manner. 'fn whichithecf.

.e: : .t'I. I D., as I )learn: brought:: to a respectable farce. ,- and the rights of a.white man der., The indomitable energy of 'the ror was' made, in the estimates.contaS-
J, I merchant in .Baltimore letters of introduction .- American character ed in the rep rt'or the Secretary;v u
listened has'prq\.eJ.
2 i are not to; l'hecourts: 'are all by actual : '
: AR .A sAs.-Thc Democratic State very satisfactorily'vouching nfluenced experiment, that freedom is omitting to insert .in the estimate
I bis moral character. He by the blacks'and; the progressive
. recently negroes receipts'and' expenditures for the fisdtl
.: ; Convention of Arkansas, recently rerDominated ,-and a quenchless thirst .for
, R.Y.. JOHNSON made two extensive tours in the Island, .consider; ( it an, honor .to .commit apr- .a higher and more perfect enjoyment of : year,' ending June 30, 1848, embodied l.

L iI as Representative the last closing on ,the 12th of-November jury. If the agent refuses-quadruple its ,priveliges, is day by day'tfevelop-! : f in the report, four items of receipts'andexpenditures i
11 to Congress. They also ad 1847 for the of
purpose acquiring .for, the ending
:1 wages, the free negro can always obtain Jug some new plan, and, opening) a wider .quarter
: optedthe resolutions of the accurate general. information of the ef
Legislature dozen false witnesses prospect of good to the eye of'the September, 1847, prepared in.the.offics
I : Against any action of the U. S. Government fects.of. emancipation. Having ,long to swear 'to freeman. Vrarioiis reforms in of the .Kegister of th.eTreasurv; to accompany ;
_ resided in Jamaica be was well.qualified his claim. Each willing to perjure : ; said
L : .on the subject of slavery, and ment' have been tried,-and most witha report.Thesefourjterasamount
j ; -_ .also resolved that Mexico andtheCaH- to form ,acorrect judgment .on the himself for the tnei r",and, they are able success. beyond, the expectations of .' in .the aggregate to :thesanitjf t

subject. The picture which he draws to keep the laws in their'own..hands.- the'' most sanguine. The pe.opl'e.have $6,915,078.; If this omission:' a4rI ,ot
fornias ought to be held as pertnanen'tcquisitjons.and of'the condition, of .the colony is. most been made the estimated means' 'for the
1 In_ Jamaica a negro can ,be insolent witnessed; .the. corrupting influence of ,
Congress has no right melancholy. Lands.have every where whenever he power in'.ilf hands of their-serVants.- I fiscal. year .ending SOth )!pne.184,

'.. .to control their'spulement as slave' territory -: fallen to one-fourth or one-eighth of pleasesrbut' a white man and, have'reformed many abuses l by taNking would have been i increased ,by \rthit
their former value-the of the can' never be permitted to' maintain his
: i ,. : but that matter; should be left to exports back into heir own hands, the amount, n would consequently reduce
: .have been diminished '
two thirds rights. A hand raised ,
I against the colored delegated to individuals.. The the estimated excess of expendituresover
) inhabitants. power
: -many of the finest estates ace not man,_ subjects: the: 'offender to a 'reform 'still goes on. it has reached the means on the 1st July :1848|
cultivated at .all;; -and not< more than the's 27j.tQth ,
f moC-$15,729,114.
CONGRESS. heavy fine. On the, .d rcOutt-aitd, judges once irresponsible om
one.fourthofthose that contrary a
are :their negro
defray and"salso the eft
of 4 036.27
have been tried in sol ler sum $8,8 <, ,
1v 'r";: In Senate on the 13tU the can :strike a 'white n assembly
; January, contingent expenses. The negroes are -man to ithe ground, rthe
the the ba.lbtfbox.' timated excess. of. xpeudituies ov .
.by people at : it
CommUtee on Military affairs were jndojent,and thriftless-demand, exhor- ard negro perjury':wiliin'yaciably9shieldhim. ; } 'lias beer Hid with truth,. that 'pq\vef'is: means on.the; .:1st\ July, 1849, fromh.SUU !

discharged from the consideration bl bitrfnt prices foi their labor-refuse'"to i .. These. ,are. but ,a '.few jacts, 'but ever escaping !from the: r ia'oy'to the of $36,274,055 '99...to::the 'swarf:

____ I. Declaim of Geo, Center, and it, was, .employed performjobor by the task day work, ,will, ,and not, when labor they'are :such as t0 showithat.no: abo- few' How necessary ''then-. that' the $29,358,977. _99.-,Globe.. __ u ,:.';

referred to,thf- ommittee on claims. than four five hours litionists would.ever live in such Vcom- people;should l be1 'yigilantj; and:restore -- *
more or
'' per day, "Ietterp'u'blsfJJa
On the 24th, Mr. Westcott submitted I .nor more than! Tour days in a \teek.- munity. Tber.only'vhit 'men wlio( to themseves-those'powers which? inherent > CQlfornia-A' ;
: Fz1',
: in them make up.tbesu ri1substa'nce the Hartford Caurant, from San
: the following resulution'which: walt Many of the planters, to.retain them on live in Jamaica,"are (hose::whb'are 'paid : 'f'ttiat'\vhieh' under date
ealnitiaitl1iberty'a %
ij. Nt.PaHforni.p
: ciscp eRr
\ ; > -'; ;H .- *<-' <'' K !:
) i >ngreed. to':.- their estates, and to .stimulate them to I I I:.in sa1arl. : ;"..,, J:his, .. ,s ernancipatiun-; : Ppronbie: hold '.:)omftfcehceV'witb'the jj.c iijainsVspm&jit :,1aiC1S'
exertion sold them !
:. q : Keohtdt That. the Committee- OQ. the.. : sjoull grounds for. ,'this; ,js he.beau ideal fIAnti-SJ.avery : people of this State-Ion Thpj\yrffer. eprese.nts every tWnff*fj

:I '}.Judiciary- 'J be instructed; inquire intp I tjwellirigsand gardens, ;a.nd, when they. and of,VV ilmot prov soisrIi. J.J. .' the'subject ,of:.reform1)in our State ufdiciary a: quiet state- -the flag of ,die LInte:
are p,nemployed 'they rely on, the -
protection *through1: ?'the: cdlumhs :JoP.jKeNewsl' States'floatirijrj to the's breeze3'fn'r.W i ipaits'or
; the propriety of increasing the of these, and, We present the facts as1 l Kay.e ;
salary grounds,! .fishing they1 : .t '"' Blinded *:by' 'prejudice,' :fund'paying :fthecou0ry.; 'Bd'Mkundred

_ #ftheUnited States' DistrictJudge: for prowjing-fpr; a support. If, a plane ;. beenpresenjtedjousand.\vejieav! \ .them homage venerable" >eirprJJL .i incr.easjng'rapioyyr--twc! J l :si4
_ ; iSottth'Florida.i : 'j ,JOT ias .manager:',.ofjer, >; them., the to workout iheirowneffect._ The En- pn.ce bjelieyedf: ; hat Judges:should. be S hO !iCS ;have: ;beeo; erected ,withlDJtiC

: On,4he 25th, Mr.. Yulee presented Ii .slightest work} -at theznorrie, .pflejice 'they abandon; their: glisb.,were, the, ..great Jeader8Lof) emancipation jpeXty1 tyranisjMabove i. :.independent. of,; months.; ;SeveraJ. new .corhnifirew'
tJwheIJb.e.crop must: 'and *', houses from "i3oston -jye w; Yo rk -&
: : -Tespohsible to thepeople .h.dl ,
and. ; ,
ialotcitizens of- they,have reduced.
: mem Floridaj 'remonstrating be saved perish for the of :< their ''
purpose 'con.fess'that Is have' had, been recentiy'testabHahed.! : ?
"changed "rnyopihidh }Y j
: '
: gain"t'the1remov: ltor the land I : showing .their power..to punish the, real L: I ',"colonial' _1.1 oegroe's'itqlsta'te'd --' 'of, .? 'extreme- -r : have;/uprooted: i 'the' 'noxious:: ships, in considerable oumbersrvwithe '-

,"office'.from jNewiiansviHe, frt .lt' State i ; or supposed ins Jt. 'Owjng to. ).he'admissiori'of -:: starVioafldice_ ::-i- Aiiet' I I'weeuVbf'prejuuieesj.a'rjdk'ean' rid Jdn'ge'rworship l .b y-:tecrui4and! others\Vera.rl
\r1iitLl : : L1ih
:which was 'referred ,,to the Committee slave grown. :'suga.r:Into'Brj; ; : :1 thousn a or iUJ :3-.i-_: those isubtle :errors (\yhichare l ; t rred'from'vftiting.'pn: account $'f$
_ .. .... J.: ,own, countryjm.en : i ,
;iju'i ; -t" - ;tainj the Article:has", fallen .f r&' -2Qtc( : $' h\; ) Aa *' -.01 -- .of"-4k-. f -
Vi1''v 'Iab'brers1 wKitempted
43n rnbhc !.Lands, -, J :: 12I' 'r' hbsheadivhiclithi 4whp, Qe iJ : !, J lekglo.4M -: 'atw'rvith four::tRejmbliea'h' *System}'of: highrat s "of 'wages, <
__ __ _. j"t. ? .l gove.m ut. Lean riol. ,Dgv.it .driereath' E .tnenifo.:. esert thhi-. tlj
riousiUnion: '
On .th in'the-tarne'Tnanner
2qtli" ti\e consideration of theTen' aJmosr spend li liiv : : : >
entireJ :4
; : iiori. .. f1'
u ,8y *
_ If t' ; : J ..., ... /.in ...; : .. .. declare [my"solemn." :convictions. : crops ot the pan year are.vswdiitojfa,
< ; ; '
Thear&s of the disastrous .ff
,. Regiment bill resumed. m effect'sv : -e \ : "***
wits thnt the i : Fir"
*" % 5 s ii* : ;: : ;peopleofihiStdtatnd; nat i been :exceedingly gobd. ,-
.J :M ;'Dfx1'addressed t1eei n :ih:> *the aboli tion-oT'.slavery: ] in anrecono-l 1.9Vly', \vti ;Q ,l. S !b.t jp triJr; : r& oalto,the taslrbf saleable att2a: ,bbl-ahdeT'thI:
_ .,: 1 .;b: ;,' Jv 1. --t.f", .' .c.. .. t" rc-.. ,inienl'p'" i int' f'1\, +w; S'f ri ef'?dle ii1"/*.'b''3lessbaleuI : to-r. Napoleon:n .I3ecause: )t he' -t'"L .,der'' '. ., I .f:ally-q ; Upraising I : !
and inradvnCeQ
was a the freest and'best elset1SJ
1:. -l ff AA.to.t\he. Jjest imeans. r.uringil1, ;l : ikztmorl, Jh: n': riic1 ,I, .b"nt'luC.wBS p"rL' HJ. ; \.f a r'2.1...,'ti'> 'f.. -l.. ; perpetuating. x.t ", .-i'".'" : pecent ;. ,
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oftheBn1umore: Pa; we mus : 1ke.; e.worldu8;: it is, WILL'DBrSOLD, on\"therfirst.Monda. "bi i .1'1'. t i'.J-t 'i.-' 1'. .,. : H4rted ,./. r w tt.'I;_i' "

I 'cOrrtsptodent. information ofeen mixed upsth! "thousand':spots of son- I 184Sbetr; !thefonrtflons2 JJIldeiAe.iFlo.rirJs, cupatiOl1tjJcI, 'of.the ((41A: ft 1 "v i

I the 'matter. We shane-a cold berefcM i the Tpwii of Alligator,4riihurlegale Pmii". tii.s 4k.\p .T..."; etti4 lt. :pnJa4. ;1OAk4. -. ..:w'I' &'" I .
; there-n .
donelDoIhis hours ,
1':1 bright ,) following proper to wit ,. .. 1.\tli ; : Ii- ; .{
bl etns.of f testing the .:1ccur cyrtese"tatementsbut. sky-a st rm to nYic I :rto.-morro v- TEMtSA", MILL l m 'it1i et Of UC4. Iif. :. : ._>. l' : ;tT :

as the course the chill piercing'windaubf autum and its egihf4.boilers,'sAwi' baml. : machisiery; andappartenknces VJOT1Cas' ; ee twye iYt: e.laso. 'r applicants- T\iAPCJ 6.oaedth ;tattvt. ,; i.:
the and eighty acreicflar4xipon'which 1.,1., o1lowingcscribed Townshipsbave been duly certified'antI rthraed,' by the:Suvejc : I I
101 ; afeem bandrevivingnir of.summer. We said mill stands,'lying situated, and being wenew' )?7jU 9 P atrict1 Land, .Office. atNe. ansviUe,=E.'JF. idf.tl tJ e."od lo Sl k

rted. we are inclined to put much I should realize too;,that ,we :are rtirroan* .in the county.of Columbia about two niesEs : allowed-by said Ac for the proving the,fact*.that.thosottlejaejithsaieen'cuaenced,.Qd.ittMpartt .

Claa m. They contradicj, many ded, by !indmHuais, i 'jf different dispositions _;So*.'E3.st'from i. thown'otColthnbus:. ,', lar: uaaescwbcla j i t\.upon:'which itakcatc/'wilZerpireoz thadaeoppiteeTowa <. .1; t

'ili: m'du hict hare floated through .and 'character, and take the mass levied! upon' as: the property,><:ft Jabzekiali, ;At ( annexolJist' ,, ,Thoseapplicaits, hercfor ,,TrhQSQ: settlements trpmthm&By.of. :
aors\ 'and Merrick Barnes to *wiif b! these sh"ir, .r uestejr'to fiI"ljritli.the.Betterjimd: KeceiTer''atvNewnattsville,.EJF. : i
Nu' satisfy a
BS ,
: arid ,
1 s.-BlChmond E71qulrer.fh are; hot '
pre aswe fancy.they Fieri Faciasissued, from Columbia, rtircuiiCourti .i::oi'.beforthe: .id.,. ,y diesisfactoy.:'proof :pursuanUo the). u nmfJi'tht, ibd. *' i I
deVhig. I wrote to yon, two or three ought' tp!.be. We: must, lookup to-hea ''m favor.of Archibald mi.Cpl'yameB K, aenuonecL "-I k i.;. ,. +, ..:' ;.:L. r If' -, :-/iti-.. '

about the Military Cou.t ofJDquhY I veil in grathbcje for:what.we enjoy, and Cole and George W,Cole, partnes&c,. s.HezekiahAVNosh '-iS: ? 1 pofskon7te: : ,1 he i PkfltVflJZdaYitcorroborate&by testimony.oftTra t, .;

j3yjagO, has been ordered to sit inexicD not censure Gdd for what he has not i _and_. Alerrick. Barnes.. more disinterested' diid"wn" t' i4e.ci'ijriiich'" proofhbul. <3l' State"'Allthfi' 'particulars as to tlKi'BettlnnenC .
: that I" 4 'r 7 !. .. ,1 PTTnlcsl I'
to examine' and reportupon granted. Then shall, we cease fretting; : .ALL -THAT undivided third of an undivided :.' the .propf.reqaired ihjths fore oing,Js filed,,to mrbeforc the- date.specivd; the apPl o
) the Generals there, and not before. If there' is character cants wilirorfeit'aU right title ajdjeffiiato eLanatiindeeaxdr>ermits. .
between one I fourth of those two sections of land lying,situ- ,. ; .. '1 I
the matters true to the lette-that on this earth, which :deserves te! tteund b'eirig'ln the county of Columbia: 1 East ... .. ;, .. --. .. .. ,; f.
be : ; pate.i nor. bet t.n rr.wlnctt rif o?rukm '"
1ppears to Court has been ordered by appellation of the fool mor&than another Florida, known. as lot number five of fractional! Township.. I .: ,".nltn-n..-... -. 1 : Jmfilcrt.'aml lli., .Mittr'nIn pnw. trltf'f, r 4li L-.r nt.;mast.',: I
the section ', number: ._ crt4' ji
that township :
ip to examine thetbarges it must be the who continually twenty.-four, one ISoath. l'.East J .
Department person Eighteen! : *UU 1 .th4p. -.
number eleveIi containing one hundred .t H
befar Gen. Pill frets and snarls range Twenty-foar.; do 'Eighteen )do do fn' .
.ons (;en. Scott, and never sees u and eighteen acres and Jot number six, townshIP .. .
Duncan-lliat Uen. Scott moment of peace, while surroundedwith and range-as.abpye containing 'one hun T\rentythr6e do Nineteen ''do :J f .dD, 49.. .: 11i I :
Col. Twenty-four doNIneteen 'do do' .
l and recalled, but will be reliefed. everything to please and instruct. dred and fifty thrne acres ; also all those lots J sJ.9 .. f... .
;as not been Gen.uet. of land|u the town of Colunbus viz.:4-lot number Non.-The particulars as to the settlement should be-the timo '-,hen cultivation was comm .

as Commander-in-chief,by The Mississippi democratic State forty-eight, lying,situate and being between menced"the kind of crop cultivated-niuaber of."ncres in cultivation- kind '6ftenemeni:

I for l1.short time, and until theN con- Broadway 1 Cypress streets, and.between erccted-nnmberofpersons composing the family discriminating between adults-and children i
n the subject vention met at Jackson on the 8th inst. -males and femalesr-whitcs and f "I
have reported upon fourth au jfifth streets fronting :on Broadwayone colored. SAML. RUSS L Register. f
Court shan against General It appointed an electoral ticket for the hundred and ten feet and running back.to JOHN PARSONS,,, '.Receiver.*. / .
charges fi
; that the been dismissed,. for state, and twenty-four delegates to the Cypress street one hundred and fifty feet; lot LAND Otc, l ew an vmc.Florida,February, 1843:: :3tSheriff's '

'Wdh hare not national convention. The Natchez number thirty-five,lying and being between k-: ..,.L'".J ', '. io-
< 0 ,
I 1ia I ve not yet been officially recei- Courier Pine and Magnolia streets, and between second .Sale.. .:".' f. t.jjo..j', .''i-';. 0 .n. .J
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Scott, and that when says and third streets fronting on Pine street -. Q"
(Sen. -- '
Sale Monday in January.) f
from ( first
i'ed hand the Court will A resolution, nominating Geo. M. one hundred and ten feet,and running back to ,. .' .' 2 it
to Y. virtue of two writsot'fieri facias issued 1'i
come .
therdo Dallas., of Pennsylvania for President Magnolia street one hundred and fifty feet B '
look into that matter al- ; ; froth the Clerk's ofiice ofthe Circuit Court : Iii ji
he directed to and Gen. John A. Qnitman, of Mississippi Lot number six in the present plat of said Town for' the'-County pf'Duval Eastern Circuit of Nt" .. I\i t< -.

for Vice President but comprising in the original plan lot number Florida'wherein William B.'Ross: : plaintiff;
p. was, we are
the Eastern bank of the Suwa .i
four,.lying on leVied t
\ and defendant I have .
Arthur Burney sis <
Afr. Powell, the artist .employed .by told, laid upon the table, and a resolu- I nee river, and fronting on said river fifty feet,1 upon, and will, expose e for sale before the CourtHouse : Ltl" C .r.;
tion adopted pldgirmg the vote of the and running back on'c hundred feet and Lot .
to fill .the remaining vacant ; door, in the Town of.Jacksonville,:on PLRID.A.AND..SAL '"\
Congress of the Rotundo of the Capital party to the nominees of the Democratic number five, being western half of said lot. Monday the third day of January, 1848, the "TTTILL'be offered1 for sale at Auction/-pa i.1 .
nannel National Convention'if to fronting on said river twenty-five feet, and run- following discribed property wit: a Negro H V the 7th day of March 1S48 'nt'
histories! painting, has just left back one hundred feet also.Lot number .thq, n : 1
Jjtli .ning
an the Wilmot Proviso. ; slave Catey, about 40 years of age, and also a County Site of Benton county, .East Florida, f
Washington, after exhibiting his car- five, being Eastern half of said lot, fronting on Negro slave Paul,. a,man about 3; years of age.Levied .' several tracts of Land in Township,Range I

the Library Committee and re- said river twenty-five feet, and running back upon, as the property of said defen- 18., and in Township 24, Range 21. .f u 111 ;
to Gen. Nominated
Taylor in Tennessee. :,
hundred and Lot
feet number
soon six front-
The \Vashjno. one ; dant, and to be sold to sl.tisfy.sa.id writ of fierifacias. On the 14th day of March, at the Court Hora fi .
firing its approval. -The resolution Gen. ing on said river fifty feet, running back one i \
Philadelphia nominating Taylor of Marion, county,sundry tracts in ''*'JTownship .
of the ) I rt
ion correspondent for the Presidency, which WP have hundred feet, together with all and singular THOMAS LEDWITII, Sheriff, 13, Range 20,. *ljrf j i

American says- heretofore noticed as having been introduced I the buildings on said lots. Known in the present Duval County 13, 21, -. **' I "r.\
chosen Mr. Powell is plat of said town as lot number six, 'With f ',rI'T!
subject by Jacksonville, November 2G. 1S47. -- 14. ? 21 '
The the Discovery of Mississippi intj the Legislature of Ten- nil the appurtenances thereto appertaining,said .jThe above sale is postponed until the first 11', 22J ."J PI.
noble' one- nessee, passed the Senate of that Stateon buildings comprising a dwelling house forty'feet '
J. ari'd if he succeeds Monday in February next. Jan 7, iSISSlserilT's At Madison Court House, .on Thursday tha23dMarch 0 :
by De Soto- the 3d ult., by n'ote of 13 to 12- square, two stories high, a store once occu- : '* .
the canvass the sketch pied by Loud and Sadler on the lower floor -- I J. {
in transferring to the negative all Democrats. I Sale. Section. Township S. Range E.TheSfl3of23 t"
with piazzas above and below, also a building *
i.. I.u.. drnv/n.. without itnoaring its .. .. issued of 1, 7.
-p- out
OJ = writ of fi.
IC -- the Y'virtueota fa.
# --- --- used warehouse river .
spirit in the cxteniion of coloring, he BIA&C1NE B3TELLEUEIVU five feet us a in length,fronting by thirty feet in, seventy depth, B! the Superior Court for the District of East c t: S Wof24, 1, ..J1./>', t11 .t r.
trill surpass the expectations of his twelve feet between floors and out buildings, Florida for the County of Duval I will exposeto NW3of2 N E I/o or 2G, : .4..,_. .:, .t'u
friends and win for himself honorable PORT OF JACKSONVILLE_. .. FEBRUARY 5. kitchen smokehouse, stable, &c. Also the public sale, in front of the Court House in the E3of 1,, 1 ; 5,,ut I ti t"& .
fame. -- ----- Soath- ast quarter of the North-East quarter Town .of Jacksonyille in said county, on the :: 1 j LAt 'Ji .,\
niche in the temple of ARRIVED.Jan. between the W ( of' a. 1 9' I : J .
section nineteen and the South-West first JMonday in.Octobernext, legal '
The point of time selected b)' the ar- 30th.-U. S. Steamer Wra. Gaston, CnptHubart the North-East quarter of section nineteen quarterof hours of sale on that day,a certain negro femaleS 17thMerch'W Jefferson ccnirt House; on Mon'Jaytb.;; .\.

listisihc moment when De Soto re H h.ed 24 hours from Savannah.-' Fernun- Township one, Range twelve, South and East, 1.vc called Chloe, and her child George, taken S. T. .' ."R.**.'* Ii'; :'

the high ( 'hicka as bluff, in the vi- dez & Bisbec. IF containing seventy nine 89-100 stores; Also in execution. as the-property of Joseph it! Lancaster TheE ofNWi ofli f. l' 4 it'
J: :: 'E-
b.2J.-U.8. St.emer3t. Matthews, King, to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould, tj !
/u'nitj'of rCatches, which over-loolc! the I West half of North-West quarter, section nine- ) E'/or 'VI/or13" .' 1, .ft.-IJ \ ., '
from Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee. teen, Township and Range as above, contain- Banks & Co. TilOsL LSD:WITH, i WjJofNE 1rofl4l l .
rirf'r and command an extended view I Sheriff &c. > .l', : i:; t--r
CLEARED. 1847. ,
21 .ft
ing seventy nine 81- OO acre, also the SouthWest Aug. i ,* W "" :
fits wind ing' 22l.-S hl" P1.IIIt tiriffin TIat"b:1docs: I The above sale has been postponed to orSE7.iot14J i, ;5.- 4f I
Ja.n. quarter of South-East quarter section, f::: i I 'C S3ot 31 i: ;5r: if! ij:
Jan. 2Jth.ki j4fltfl, J1yue Bzrbdnes.; township and range.as above.containing thirty the 1 st Monday in November nest. Oct 8 NE'.of < 6' Vl t:
; 2
.hn. 28th.-t\chr. Curle", YlJun BaHimm'e. I of the n-' The, above sale is postponed until the '. 1 ,
: ; nine 90-100 acres, seventy-five acres above t EX/ofXW v' ofS ] &*' i .
Spanish Intrigues in Mexico.-The Feb. Is!. r-:: teamtrVnj.. (iuston, llurbert, I lands b ing under cultivation; Also the first Monday in December next. Nov 5' -l 2 '. fi .

lost striking intelligence from Spain, I Sav.-inu'ih. interest of Loud and Sadler in a certain bridge f The above sale is postponed until the TERMS.-One-fourth ca h, the ,balan ei; < i1

by the last foreign arrival, is fonud inihe I Feb. 4th.-Steamer St. Matthews, King Savannah. across the-Suwaunee River, connecting Columbia first'Monday in January next. Dee 10 threeannnal instalments, with interest *ii..:id- 5 r\
sale is until the first I vauce. Or, if any purchasers should I
of in the Legislature o and Madison counties, said interest being 53-The above postponed prefertq :
speech SenorOlozaga, February next. Jan 7. 1848 pay all cash, five per cent. will. be deducted
Monday in
_. estimated
.___ undivided, but at one half or one "' "
= = fU
of that in which he = -
Kingdom, I I from the credit instalments. '
roUD.: third of said bridge, levied upon as the pro- < .
alluded "10 recent occurrences in \JexleD. perty of John W. C.Loud and Henry It.Sadler, Listsx>f the particular tracts ClUe ,had oy .
"He held in his hand he said I t SMALL SUM OF MONET, which -the Tax Collector's Sale. applying to any of the Post Masters in ;Bento .
I junior, by virtue of two executions issued fromColumbia the 7th day of February next,
/ owner cm rt"ct lvc. dfJucting the cost of Monday or Marion county, or they will, be furnished, if
'the proof that large sums had been Ms to the .I Circuit Court, on judgment of.fore ON ((1848)) between the'usw hours of sale for ,letter i.J'
this -ulvertisement, by proving right I applied by .post-paid addressed to I
trastedin absurd intrigues there. The same. Apply to closure of mortgige, one in favor of Robert A. on that day, Will ,be sold for the State and THE STATE. It cisTEn, AT ,TAIJ.AHASSEE. "LA.

account of the expenditures of the rev- IT. 0. MOSS & CO. I I i iJacksonTille Lewiss., a Lcud and Sadler Loud, and and Sadler.one in favorof County Taxes,so.much of the following named JOHN BEARD, lEcgvter of s 'i

.enue of Havana for the year 184G con- Feb. 5th, 1848. It Josih E. Baisdens vs.ALSO. tracts of Land, as will pay the samo land and all necessary :Public Lands of the.Staff of'.Flo Titi.a.' I. I!"
,expenses, viz: 750 acres of belong- I Tallahassee Yy
tr.lCt'or land situated Nov. 13, 47. 3aa LNoT-19
th item 'Paid THAT CERTAIN parcel of -
, t:1 ned : following : in I Sheriff's Sale. ing to Antonio Alvarez ; 10U acres Belonging to
,I fashing Treasury bills remitted by herMajesty's in Columbia county and know as Lot James A. Bardiu; 500 acres belonging to Mrs. -
Minister Plcllipotcutiary'nleIico I (Sale first Jtfo&day in ./ll arch.) number six: of fractional section seven. Town- Mary Ann Davis ; 83 acres belonging to Samuel U. lUar l1al's Sale.

Q TVIRTUEor, a writ of Fieri F .cil. is- ship seven South, Range sixteen East, containing Grimski; 340 acres returned by-Daniel S.Gardiner B Y virtue pf a writ of Fieri Facias, issued
the sum of $100,000. U as I JL9 sue
fbisnaiion then so abundantly supplied \ cuit Court for the County Duval.Eastern: Circuit of the estate Thomas Halliday, deceased; .40(131 acres returned by Chas. J. Schoenheist, for the Northern District of Floridi"wherein1

*rih money that it could afford 10 fling I of Florida, in which William Campbell i is !., to satisiy, a judgment rendered in the Circuit is agent for chi1<. All which land is within Josiah Gates is I'laintiff, and. orn U s Taylor

its resources miserable in- plaintiff, and John M. J. J.owilen is defendant, conrt for Alachuaand Levy counties, in favor -.he county of Duval. Defendant have levied upon and shalrpn
JHray upon I 1 have levied upon ?n:1 will expose for sale, before of.Jamesllr.ldley next friend George W.Brad TH03. LEDWITH, Sheriff antI the first Monday in November next, between
\ rigues in :.lexicot"Ve should think the Court House door.in the Town of Jacksonville ley, vs.. Bennett Dell, administrator of Thom Ex-ofacio Tax Collector, D.C. the-hoursof ten a. and two, p. -m. of that

I it was not-and if the United States on Monday the 'sixth diy of March, as A.Halliday, deceased. Jacksonville, Nov. 5th, 1847.SHERIFF'S day, expose public sale, in front of the'CourtHouse

.were really to catch them at so foolish J84S, the following described property, to wit: THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, in the City 01* Jacksonville': -\llthe

a trick, she would be in danger of soon Negro 8la'-(, Mary, aged ubout 19 years. January 2!, 1S48. Sheriff SALE. right, title and interest, which the said Cornellus .
Levied as the.pYoperty of said defendant I _, Taylor had on the 10th of May,, 1843, in and
herself less able. j upon Pacias issued '
ending of writ of.Fieri '
and fc> be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri Alaclma Goacnty Shcri 's Sale. BY of the Circuit Court of the E. stern to the following tracts of land,'ylz'A : -- '
facias. THOMAS LEDWITII, Sheriff |>Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued out tract on the St. John's River, near 'the
Slave Tr .-By a Parliamentary pa- Duval County. a 3 out of the Superior Court, for the Countiesof Circuit of the State of Florida, for the mouth of said river."called the Jfablo Tract of t

fer recently printed, an estimate is given -! Jacksoavillv, Feb. 5.: 1S43.xecito"s .\: -, and-Levy, I will expose to Public county of Duval, at November in front Term of the, 18-1G CourtHouse I Find, situated Jn Duval County,State.of Florida 1
of Her : ----- ----- Sale, in front of the Court House, in the Townof will expo3e to public sale, and bounded on the North by the. St. John's fj
of the
Majesty'sihipsoftrar Jacksonville said
expense Not ice. Newninsville, in said county, on the first ,in the Town of coun- River,on the East by Sherman's Creek,running i
employed for the suppfes-I ALL Creditors Legatees and persons Monday in February next, between the legal ty, on the first Monday in March next, betweenthe with the meanflera of said Creek to King's 4

lion of the slave trade and of all their TO cntitltd to distribution or having claims hours of sale on that day: A Negro boy slave legal hours of s.ile on that day,the undivided thence along said road, to lands of LewfsJtfatr

appointments, so as to exhibit the aggregate against the Estate of Jacob Sumerlin, late of named Scipjo; 'Levied upon as the property of right, title, and interest of Sarah and Acosta in tab; on the West by the St. John's riverj .

charge to the for their Columbia county, dcce. led -Notice is hereby Alexander B. Sanchez to satisfy said writ, two certaintracts of land, one lying which beingin she thence running with the river to .the place of j

country I given, that, lettrrs testamentary ou the Estate with interest and costs thereon, in favor of JabezG. the Mandarin Neighbourhood on beginning ; this tract conforming to a' plat.of Jj
support in the year 184647. The ag- 'of the said dec ;lsel, were granted on the I I Brown. Property pointed out by the Defen- now -resides, the other'at the head Boggy survey made by Z. CT. Gibbs, en-nie!fin the'Si J

gregatechar is returned at 301,623, ISth day of January, 1S43, by the Judge of Probate dant. WM. GIBBONS, Sheriff. Branch near Julington Creek ; both The tracts said containing interest Johns' Circuit Court, under a decree'of:partly

comprising four ite lls. The estimate : for said county ef Columbia, State of Fla.. Newaansville, January 7, 184S. 5tlJill.bororJfa 900 acres more or less. ofland is- tion, made by the St. Johns' Superior Court,in1S37 !
of of and victuals and that all claims and demands will be bar- ofthc said Acosta in said tracts and containing about hundred acres
the .the
expense wages !! red ut th enl of two years, from the day of! 1'nx (?ollector'a 'SnIc. levied upon, and will be sold at the time above Also, a tract of land,known as the Fortes'Tract, .
of the ships-of-war employed in ![ granting said: letters Testamentary, unless filed 6 if the power invested .in me by law, I shall mentioned, to satisfy an execution in favor of I. bounded on the South by lands belonging t to l:
the of the slave trade is fij& ior Public sale on the first Monday William Property pointed out by
suppression :| and made to appear wiLhin that time of which expose : Lewis 1tIattnil'O, the West by the King'11oadci, I 4
220,233 ; the estimate of the wear andtl"lf all persons concerned will take notice. All in February next, before the Court House Plaintiffs Attorney. the North by the North fork ,.of'.Sherman'iCreek

of the hulls &c. 49,313 the estimate claims and demands against the-said estate, can door.in the town of Tampa, between the SlUlhOllr:3 THOMAS LEDWITH Sheriff D.C. to the mouth thereof/and: .from ilh'e a'
; be rendered to Thomas D. Dexter, at.the Lovcrl1in of sale the following described premises, By A. W CRICHTOND. S. mouth said Creek to the znquth.ofan Inlet of 4j 1
of the wear and tear of the ma- ral priugs. in said county. to wit :-The.north east quarter of range ((1S) Jacksonville; 29th, 1848. the sea about one.'mile"udi'orthe: ..Johns* 4

xiinery of steam-vessels 17,790 and .' eighteen Township ((34)) thirty four, Section : '
; THOMAS D. DEXTER; 0 -T r Light-House, and pn the East by.the-sea beach,
&e estimate of the value of coals provided JOHN A. SUMERLIN.ROBERT ((1ti) eighteen; lying on the West aide of the Manatee Tax Colicetor's Sale. to,the place beginning! and conforming to a

for tbe: use of the steam-vessels, BROOKS River, bounded on the north by lands own Monday the eighth day ofiMay.next A. plat of survey made by Joshua A. Coffee, on.file ,
Executors of the said Estate. ed by Major'Gamblez south by,lands owned by ON D. 1848 between the usual hours of sale in Ihe::Duval Circuit Court:under,,a Decree ot '

U,2S7, making the aggregate charge Alligator, February 5th .1848. 2in"Exec Col. Reid and M. Ledwith. east by the Manatee that day, 'Will, be.sold for the State and County .:partition the.jpuval County Cpnrtin 1S39..
; on ,
.It ated.-London Times. River, west by public lands. Levied upon as taxes so much,of the,following namedtracts, and 'confirmed by the Circuit X:p-lrt. MfjtikqCountyof
nitorsTSal c. the property of Wm.IL Craig, satisfy his tax- Duval at the Terin
will ,the.same and all necessary i;; May ,1847rrcontaining -
land 'pay
will beoffered
THE 10th day of February next uud all costs and charges arising thereon.. *
es. .Sea 31-Township J"I about&no thousand seven hundred ana
land Speculations.-The Secretary ON for sale at public Auction in the JOHN l PARKER Sheriff, expenses. R3.rigeL212-and\.J..ot;viz: Lot No. 11, .No. .0T.Sec. 32, siitcen.acres- each tract being a .part of the t3

*f the Treasury has issued, through the city ofSt Augustine,the followi 1sboves belon- ftnd ex-of5cio Tax Collector. South Township, and Range--all which 13 .supposed -. Grant made by the Spanish,GovernmentUpAn: '

commissioner, a .circular prohibiting rinff to the Estate of the late GbrielW." Perpall Tampa, jlil.lsboro' con Nov..2(5( '47. 3ins same to belong to Simeon Rouse, and lies within drew Pewees.on the 3rd day. of September;

lees from demanded the Land deceased, to wit: Peter; Richard, Polonia andSusin. I I 'of DuvaU ,Thre3 ,years' taxes 1791, and confirmed to his,widow and heirs, on
being at IC&jVTOTICE the County
B. ISJS'J'I A. i
'iSO Hsaid
office for due the above land. the 4th day of May, ,tracts includ6.
I ? services demanded by law S. P. ANDERSON. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that admin are ..TIlOSiLEDWITH,, ":. :. the town of Hazzard;the steam satr millj on Ih

Complaint has been made to the Depart- January 2), 1848.Execlltrix.. X i istration on the estate of Eliza M. Crich- rEx fficio Tax Collector,!).. ." 'beach',and the scite"'bjx.HrMch"the'. St Join'

&ent. that registers pf some of the dis- ton was granted on the 2Sth JUDE 1847,by the ..Jacksonville 2fov.l2th? 1847.TaxCollector's .. Light, House stands' 'fF .' '"* _,6'r' '' :*. **>*' **

.tntt land offices demanded fees of persons Orange Bluff for Sale.A ) Judge of Probate, for the county of D Ilnl, State ROBERT :LMmft- v. ""
of orid3. All :persons, therefore, having 11fhis'Deput :Hmv.\" i

, wishing to locate military bounty r.a F FARM consisting of 640 acres, situated claims against said estate' will present them to ,' .'- Sale. .: "' ; -' .u..s._Mi T.ihtu"1sXIIce.. '' '' .' j ;.i

land warrants. There is no warrant of :... ou the St. Mary's land River above, Nassau the the subscriber,'within.-time prescribed by:law, Mondaythe" ,s'th.day'May: iiet,, ((1848).. St Augustine- ept.J7' : 1817.-" i}: )

law for fees In such cases, and -the reCeption county, twenty-five miles by the which is two years frqm the date of administration .ON between the,.usual hours"of,aje ou that N. ,B.:Thfe reaer vation 01.four.wrest, iqplu-
I of them is expressly inhibited town of St. Marys. There are house upon of premises or they'will,bo barred, and those indebted day. Will '.be'sold 'for, the 'Sfc( and County ding'the'Light House 'will" fitt'ert.fo -

a new framed dwelling seven to said estate will make payment toAVW. Taxes .so much,of the' .f J\wing named tracts. 'sale, as abovar1he.remainder. 7in scparafcq
we-hundred dollars per annum is al- rooi s,with closets .and.other,conveniences on -. CItICETPNJAdthi .land i\,'aa will payIhVsaine: and ill necessary! tractsnia4eknowppat 1i *dyu4the4acota1e. : .
, *wed and for 1 the Northern plan. Also,a new,k chen, storerocm St.John'sRiveK'knbwn u "f ".
itiatr. the
for land
as.a salary registers iic expenses::Tiz:2S2: acres of on .r \, i
all in '
thIS, all' services required those ofli-. ,carriage iavlcg bouss, workshop b'uilt,.about, .oneear com Jacksonville. ', January';29th.l848/. v_ __'.'' <* "-' _2m. _' 'n the St p'h' .Tract,' tnd. belonging "53r The above sale .ta 'postponed untirth.first
eera must plete repair, been to the estate Waters SraltlrVtSOO acres ; Monday angpecemLer/nKtt.: ; .t'/Iof; : }!
pursuant to actvpf *
Congress of.land
under ; '
since. Thcra are about'30 acres :DISSOLUTION.' of land bcl ngthOP9l&S0fl 390 apres be- ;2 'Poccethn&in t ia;.'cause*hftrine bc '
"srmed. except whire tfitrfi .is anJlqwance ment. The dwelling is.pIeasantlyl&ca. COPARTNERSHIP heretofore "'exist 'A.For- idivertised '
Lnprov : longingtd; Xindley.Tbdd7Teturned: by stayed by the Court, the v'sale ot'thq; b4t
rtI1 ( .made by law.Convention. ted on tile bank or the river,having'' a fine water THE wider the Firm and style'pfSVright & "ward as agentj'lOOOiicres belonging toE Pohl& property;is,.urt&err'p pbrie 'until

1'jetf, la, front ,o.(,it, are,19 bearing.orangetrees Poinsett is this.day dissolved by'z. utaaliBpnisent. :; SOl returned by John King,sear agent;.ando the'first Monday. 11 March, next. .De617 .
besides slhers ,) jfromtwhich acrop All ----.e'-c--? \f >,' -ktr*; .
younger .
( Taylor-
tp; .
: belong
Wtig .-The Washington ,of 8003:oranges was taken!the present< N. B. .All>clams\againskTtSeTirm; will t>e :tHe(J.acres laiidbeingiwitbin: the'county; of; pufTil ., '- _. (,.,-.4. .44--4.. ".. -

.t { ndent of the Baltimore} Atnerl- sca. A-roand it on either side are apple arid paid on pfesentaion to either.Of the subscribers, ; 'THQS. LEDWITH, Sheriff,'wid 13' REwARD. ,

ean.write*.(Ja.n.. 2X-rTJiewhtg; cm.bers psach ree arid all indebted. .', must t pay,up immediately. $ ,1 .Ex-offi cio rTax couetprD.4.Jaksonvill !n LfGIV'' o D6'f'" ".""ttt.tor t.1ie G.:.:
of will ,The/eaitoftlkiS.1oc. tion is..unsurpass d.byany '; ,ED\ABJ '.WRIGHT.? r :- {Nov:-'5th,:..1847. J..prehension andrdeiiTetyJadmypegroslave
a Congress it is thought, at in th3.s llte. ppposite,the house is the:best ;'EGBERTP01NSETT.lJacksonyUle :; !' 4 ., ". ,. Charles, '\. 1 "l8 'd.: u..i1i. [
'e8. -
week- .
ly dy-perhaps next the'river. In short the place 1848 'f -r" '" Sing.-of the 4tKfnstfront the !lan 4M_
had fishery on ,January:?i # < 'N TICE. .. ;? ,
name some day ,lor. the ,meetingjpf, ; a affords to' a gentleman; wishing; tovmake. this .0- ? ,HpHE.JXpilpArHOUSE:i (.againppea;; .for, jail 'at- ,JacksoiTifl&' !' Sail"D; ''{ :iiorbIa9rnplexio

} ational Convention. Among' them cpuEtrjr -mnterfr' permanent resiaBr, :a l ;gARLES .P.,' COWER, :i'L.4.. the,r t"epU ii"ilf com rJ r,:', 4 ws Hto. n: about' 'h-t1..t' pr qcj1e jIItJJ
.there ch Terms low. .:, ,; :f-, ,1 ')-" "t ; ,'r." K-JTnlft.. .aUU\it..25. Veal'S UI.a o'---.f' l'i"
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can be said pin terml..np1v .
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hardly to AW" .sa4e pr rent.ut > Dr. -- ,
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?*al, to .the .necessity tiNatioral l IIA.ND Will jjractwe in'theBeyefal Courts oft, East .1Matku,. .. : A' ",_t' \
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',prehenaon orMn hew.C,. Eubanks, who ii '. GEORGIA.ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI r j ". :, .,_ _, .: L' J'c.' : : i: ; d 1i lpld
charged with hors6-stcaling and' other crimes I TRNiRS8EE7 FLORIDA. 'sf.N d prietica7 1.Dt
5Gt': dStrcetNew-York.; flcrsee 'MI J-
L The said Eabanks left this County about the LOUISIANA, f e; : : : ; the day nppointe
I Slr-t of May :; and is/now, believed to be' in ME_to.call'your attention,to one of t mm'; .rnNlri, 'm'm' "' ; ltt h !mi : .JJubU
1 EdFIoridL ALLOW :and most useful 'm dicmesejer ] ] : ... CWfltdIetber1aesueh: c1tt 'W11t.J, .1

t- Eubanks is about 2G or 28 years of age discovered., It is not my intention tax .0. '.(MTE LEE '&"JUDSON. ,)' .- -' BYTn&; PRESIDENT OF THE. ,. .1UC1L\RU M.YOllXi.

3 rAthef Bpare 'made,'broad,across the shoulders "you with a long 'and tiresome :adve isement,' Occupy the 0' spacious' 'C'FIVE STORY;WARE- t' VNITEDST. :. T.. S. .! -. Cosoi 1IJ .Z i.Jj ll" &'"' it
'six feet in height' 'red: or sandy haur, the of the most > -
I about but I lay before you testimony HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STREETtheI, TOOLS Novembft1SI84''S.CircuitcOul- !:
shoulders stooping face1 round, complexion respectable families in,the United States, inost. Of which', is devoted'rto'the, 'l.exhibition. and, sale. .In:-pursuance.of law, J, JAMES K _." '" ,'" .' .Ui- r. 'J.
I sandy and blue eyes-complains of hIS* of certificates from the' of Savannah JPOLKPiesident; of'the1hiited.Sat, e :
4 light or my are city of tKe; Single Article-of' . . : : f
breast and has a cough that causes hoarseness: where I r reside and many from your"b iiuState' te,' 'PRIN'BIl--1.; "- 'ofAmeriea1. do hereby,>declare and( make, .:KtsTEi. .CiRcin'r Fu&1L1l : j t
'1 dresstts genteel, and'when in this neighborhood where the Medicinejs used with great and astonishing ,Q.41.rqps.Their : ,, public 'sales will be held S C'OLVJlBJACotr u 0".<{.' '.
knoyvn jhat n.
; ,
passed himself off as a Cumberland Presbyterian success; it has proved itself to be superior -. present-.Stock: consists, ,or:nearly ',. Sara1iIunter-- ', : 'Tn t
f Preacher-he also professed to belong to any other Medicine\ for the cure of One 'Tlionsand- Packages, at the 'nd rmention d 'Land Offices in -. vs.. 7 ..I' ,V-J"

to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Fever and Aguewhich it will do in the very THOUSANDS': : 'different the' STATE OF FLORIDA,- ,at the' ;periods Elijah Banter, .BiUr' \ It 'fP
', of Di
given us. the said Eubanks was 'arrested near short of Twelve'Hours it has never been Embracing, some hereinafter wit b
mentioned : been madeto
space to having
and u-
and,.colorings comprising ;
patterns' every
: r Tampa Hay in East Florida for his misconduct 'known to fail to effect a certain cure. The ; '
: ;. and ,as he passed 'himself.for J. Rober-- 'Medicine is a harmless and'-a 'tasteless one, thing, desirable in the line, ,FOREIGN. and At the Land,Office at &|T.:AUGUSTINE, com the Defendant, faction of mntbe',the ,Court above'UJHC, that EBJS1" L_ 1

: r I BonJ'he was brQught to Montgomery by the which will make it the most popular'' Medicinein DOMESTIC. ., mencing on Monday,the:seventh day of February sides out of theState'OtPJoyjd ,
Sheriff of Benton County, Florida upon the : the Southern' States. The' Medicine' contains AH of which are"offered .for sale for cash or next, for the'disposal of,the public lands aid t
I LOWEdTP.RICJS : jurisdiction of this COUIt On
credit at the within the townships and'part motion
that ho Jesse Roberson who but is satisfactory ,
supposition was no mineral preparation whatever a !
I ingten MIyesr Esgr :Solieitb '
was charged with fprgcry, and who broke jail harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters, by<:the of townships, viz: ; J f rplainantti -,
but as he proved it PIECE OR PACK AGE. South of the base, line and east f the. principal '<" ,
in Montgomery lasV spring; this Medicine is a valuable preparation, as It u'qderei1; That the >said 'flj'tbeTie'quircd
not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty:: cures all cases in twelve hours and does not New Styles are received almostevery day, meridian. to and .

.I' and we have reason to believe he will make his require any time to be lost; all that is lobe and many of them are got up for our own sales Fractional,.township twenty,of range thiit ants bill! of complainty appear within aa1ftr foui tILt

I way towards East Florida, as his health is such done Is to take the Medicine and to go to work. and not'to be found elsewhere I m
one.Townships Divorce
: as to induce him to make his way to a more To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine, ipf. Printed lists of :prices corrected from fifty-six, (except section six; sev- And pro confrs.to.ih1 be taken ipiJ ..
it it Order
with- variation in the ven, eighteen, nineteen, thirty arid thirty-one,) ., further:: That abe f9J'tf
: t Southern circuit. as it does not contain any mercurial or mineral day to day, every market, Order Jul the ,
certiflcdby C1e,
.: SAMUEL S. SMITH. preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe 1 are placed in the hands of buyers. and fifty-seven; and sections one, two,.three, iii s ofWi"

t THOMAS J. SM1T1LIL 'Medicine for those who are liable to exposure. Merchants will be able to form some idea of four,five six, seven? eight,nine, ten: eleven, fifteen the publishi&cf..Eastern Circuit Newspaper of p-!'btea
J. HARRELL. .I beg you, do not let me have to tax you so the extent and variety of our assortment, when seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, :nctt'
for four
: Cahaba Ala, Sept.. 18, 1S47. Nov 26 often with adyertisement.s, certificates, &c. It we state, that' the value of our usual stock of twenty-one, and twenty-two, in township. fifty- consecutively j THO months; : 'J 'i ;,,!

has already proved itself to be what I say it is, this ONE ARTICLE, is.nt least twice the value of eight of range thirty-eight. 1JOUGL.iJ; _
'p Clf1s. Oce Grant .
.' III Circuit Court, and the greatest proof is every body is recommending the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Townships fifty-five,iifty-sixexcept( section # :

.EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. it to be the only. certain.and speedy. our largest' wholesale jobbers. This fact, together one- ,) and fifty-seven* (except sections twenty- I, SnRtitG ; ':j ,
--n----o Sc.\RBoiouRirr Clerk
cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to ,with the fact that our means and our five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight,' ef.,.
COLUMBIA COUXTTT TO WIT: do hereby certify the above to
December Term, 1817. do is to ask your neighbor what he thinks ofIIumphrcY8' attention, instead of being divided among a vast twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, of an Order! duly made and a n :

I Isaac P. Hardcc and Robert ") Remedy for Fever and Ague, and variety articles,' are devoted wholly' to ONE, 'thirty-three, thirty-four,thirty-five and thirtysix in the above entitled cause,entered e f:ltt ld
and of course, to be convinced) you will try it, at will render the .advantages which"we can offer'to ,) of range thirty-nine. on:Ae,2t' .tk1tt
11. liar Jcc merchants partAttachment: October A.D. 1847.
I ncre trading, under the nn-me ,Sum sworn to.. least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof dealers perfectly obvious;; and it shall be Sections one;two, three,four, five six, twelve, Ix 'Wri; 5"WnnmT'IlI
call Doct. that who visit'our thirteen, twenty-four, and twenty-five, in town ii}
who will cither
Carolina establishment
South on our care none ,
It. IL 15 1 06 .
and firm of L P. &
style to set hand and
Bond filed for P. M. Cohen of Charleston, S. C, or myself, in 'shall meet with any disappointment. ship fifty-five, and fractional township fifty-six, my Cltlrid(t1:Ie
Hardcc L. B1id.Court to be
; [
I is. $308 V2Xickabud the city of Stvannah, and either ofus will give Our assortment is complete at all seasons of (except sections two, three,four, five, and six;) 'I' 25th day of October hereut a ,"..

I llaulcrson.TIHE enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.: on "Biscayne Bayof range'forty. \.D.18-17.' .,.

i: Defendant und all others interested are 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 "Biscayne I .Oct.._). S.SC.AlIDOROtGII'. 4_' .f..c. ".. ,
notified of the commencement of paid: for it. You arc to see the Medicine taken Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original Bay, of range fortyone.At J' "J

suit attachment returnable as I have directed. : firm of Lee' & Brewster,from which con the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE State of Florida: Duvai 'Co
the above entitled by -
i. to the December Term of said Court, to wit: Owing to the heavy rains during the past I nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed commencing on Monday, the twenty-tirst day. of : To WIT : To ALL TO'WHO* ram'ft

the third Monday in December next and are summer, and which still continue, all the lowlands business 'in connection with Messrs. Lee & February next,,for the disposal of the public SUALL COME GBEETEUrTOHEBBAS '}. A'

I required to appear and plead to the declaration are under water, which will cause a great Judson, and assures his friends that the new lands within the undermentioned townships and ,Ephraim Ta1IQr, has

I therein filed according to law. deal of this disease on the Ilice Plantations: it concern shall have the same: pre-eminence in .parts of townships, viz: Jvi.this Court>,fpr Letter .of '.A tp

i. W. M. 1VES, Plaintiffs Attorney. will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished South of ths' Ixise line and east of the princijxil. !on all sml singular, the Goods ckiuja:
and speedy remedy can I080 by applyingto the other two houses to which he meridian. and Credits 'SS
Alligator, :E. F, July 0th, IS 17. 4m ; you be ,which were of Jacob lite"
either of my Agents or myself. Ask for longed.. June 25, 1847; lyAT Townships twenty-one, and twenty-two, of this county, dccc:1s, who dtcd I 't stai;'n

NO'l IC; HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND range nineteen. are theretore to citez.I admonishnh] ais1zt, .
Persons directly indirectly interested AGUE. a Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Townships twenty-one, (cxccjpt sections one. ulnr, th next of kin, 81',s.il deceased
;' 3 ALL hereby notified by the undersigned, The Medicine is for sale by the following : Circuit pf Florida, held at the CourtHouse twelve, thirteen: fourteen, twenty-three, twen and other parties in intrrvrt,.to,thow,canTT txt.

that in conformity with an Act of the Legislature named gentlemen, who are the only agents for in Jacksonville,on Tuesday,the sixteenth ty-four, and twenty-five,) and twenty-two, of. "fore me within the th.<- periLed: W'fi"

of Florida, entitled "An Act to provide for the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN IhIEDwhere day November, in the year of our Lord, one range twenty why said application should not lc .

the re-establishment the Records of the Coun- it; will be found either at wholesale or retail. thousand eight hundred and forty seven, Townships twenty-two and twenty three, of otherwise Letters of Administration as P'lItCtI'asaidr .

Jty of Columbia, and for other purposes,"' approveil Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Present: range twemty-one. will issue from this Court to said Ep
fit this medicine. A liberal discount The Honorable GKOEGE W. McRAE Townships twenty-two and twenty-three, of .
by selling
January 6th, Ji>17, she has filed iu the Judge. Taylor. .
Clerk's Office of the District Court for said made to Planters, &c., by the dozen. Address Henry Bennett, "t range twentytwo.At "Wrrsxss, my xirtwa and seal ee.few 1

". County a paper writing, purporting to be a W. HUMPHREYS, Jr.. vs. V Bill for Divorce. the Land Oflice at TALLAHASSEE, commencing [L. S.] this 28th day of December, JLD.li?
I .c ipy of a schedule of her property owned and Wholesale'and retail dealer in Drugs, Nancy Bennett. ) I on Monday, the seventh day of February at Jacksonville. County aformuf f'-

I hel at the time of her marriage with John W. Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &c., IT appearing to the satisfaction of the r'ourt next, for the disposal of the public lands W J. i'. CltA-UTUu-.J

t, Powers, and filed in accordance with a Law of SAVASNAU, GA. from affidavit tiled, that the Defendant in the within the undermentioned townships and parts Judge oul'robtte, Duai Couiy
viz \
the Legislative Council of Florida, approved above entitled cause resides without the State I of townships, : LET the above "Citation" be :1lLlisbedlJllt
..- .. March 6th, 1S43, entitled "All Act to secure THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A of Florida,and beyond the jurisdiction of this :: South of the base line meridiati.and nest of, the principal a week for *ix week,in me K tl"lerF.

certain rights to women/3 VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Court, on motion of said Complainant, by James : Fractional northeast Forbes's ted in this county. if.1II)'. if not, iuMHt : *.

And also a paper writing purporting to be a 1 SOUTHERNERS following is from my W.Bryant, Esq.,.his Solicitor, I township two, paper printed, hi'\mc joining) county.orgtait.WM .
: of the last will and testament of Henry V. It is Ordered That said grunt, of range oue. .
I. copy k3 Agent, Mr. Thos.. J. S. Farr, of Graham- Defendant appear Fractional one northeast Forbes's 2. CltJ..U1' .
Ellis late of said county. The original having yule, S. C. and answer said Bill of Complaint within lour township Judge (f Pr.1i teJEL
; tacit destroyed by fire on the first day of Xo- Mr. William Humphreys Jr. months, or the same will be taken as confessed grant, of range two. Jacksonville Dire. 31st. 111. Ctr s.'
I Fractional sections three four nine ten .
the introduction of said ,
: ember, 1S4G., copies against her.Ar.d -
Sir I hand to the certificate of Mr. E. C.
the of the objects : you fourteen, and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve, A(,,: U"trH !"S \otice .
jaade for purpose perpetuating it further Ordered That a of this ,
Watts and copy
in favor of Remedy for Fever
your and sections I IXMONTflS
i twenty-seven, twenty-eight,thirtytwo alter date,! shallittmcation 5
'; of the original paner order, duly certified by the Clerk of'this Court, S :
Ague ; he is a man of integrity and his testimony and in township to tin Honorable
thirty-three township one ?
HARRIET IOWERS ; Judge 'Pwtefi
.t- bo published in some printed within
undoubted. newspaper
c. j. : By G' (. E.Mc'iJuu.AN, Agent consequently Yours the Eastern Gircuit of Florida for the space of I two, west ForbcsTs. grant, and township I for the County Alachua.fora*iul ettloito

i Little River,Fht, Oct. 1, 1SJ7.. Sin respectfully TIIOS.ZJ. S. FARR.Grahamville four months consecutively.I I three, west of Apalacbicola river, of range of my accounts us*! vouchers H-. jdmimJlt..T_.

,.., ot'said eight.Fractional. oftb-c estate, of Joshua Miller,Iruf; sail coRa
OsCAR HART Clerk Court do
S. O 18th 1S17.Mr. hereby
:: Sept. townships three (except the southwest : deceased. "'
# .
,. certify the above to be a true of the order "
1 : TYPE FOUNSMMT W. copy and fractional .
Humphreys, Jr. fraction thirty-one.) JOSLUI SEKJSaE Ad3
made and entered of record in .
the above entitled ,
... ::: 59 Gold, corner of Ann sireet, N. York.THE Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used, township four west of "Chippoln Lake/ August 'JOth, 1" 1- 6m' ..
cause in said Court on the date aforesaid.IN .
subscriber is prepared to furnish han your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. II WITNESS, WUEREOF I hereunto (except fractional sections sis,seven and thiYt 0.NotiCt
Prinll r'l Materials of all i obtained it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr !, S
<. Type, and a supply of onc) of range nine.
I Set 'my hand awl affix the Sea of : hereby given. that the undroigse h 1a.
'. kinds, at short notice and on reasonable terms. your Agent of this place, and administered it- r 1 L. S1 said Court this twentieth day of Fractional sections twenty-two, twentythreeand IS ken letters Ti-stanu-ntary( on tiie. ttati tLaborom
of who hav not advertised to to directions and Ii; the maiill.UlJ in
,, : Proprietors newspapers, my daughter according December A. D. 1847.OSCAR twenty-four: on township Burnett,deceased late of lliliabowtei
.'; for the subscriber, who may publish am happy to state that the disease left her inj\ HART Clerk. two of range twenty-six. county and State of Floritla., JIU .
). this notice for three months, will be entitled to the course of thirty-six hours, and her prcsnt'state Dec. 24th 1847. 1ru Fractional sections thirty-one, thirty-two, to the said eltatlire requestirdtdiSUiuiniediato
; .
wccive pay in type, on purchasing five times of health indicates a certain cure. I thirty-tliree and thirty-sir, 011 the main land, payuicnt 'and'all ;boeMvjc3&

tf the amount of their bill for advertising. Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. II I Ju Circuit Court, iu township one, awl fractional sections eight, against the Siinie, are; notified to tkn s

: Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts Grahamvillc, S. C, Sept. 1-lth, 1817. I SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. nine, twelve, seventeen, twenty-four, twenty- duly authenticated for settU-iaent.present The scUs-

per Ib. I IN AND FOR THE COUNTV OK UlLLSUOUOUUH five, tweuty-sixj twenty-seven; and twenty-nine, tate is supposed to be solvent. '
:. nTho: Type .with which ths *EWS:F' is AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen & Co. Charleston. Parish IN CUASCERV on the main land in township two, ,of range
Nancy : MARY BUKKETT.'.: tiF
: printed, was cast at this cstablis ..ucut.L S. C.; T, J. S. Farr, Graharnville, S. C. ; W. A"| } twcutv-scveu. .,-, ,
M. > Tampa, U c. 2U.1847. 8 $1 :,
ROBERT TAYLOR. Carswell Savannah Ga. A. McLano & Co. three the main land
; ; James R.. Parish. > Bill for Divorce. Fractionaltowuship on :
r. : November 12th, 1817. 3m. Jacksonville, Ga.; hotwell & Gilbert, Macon, ,having been made to appear to the satisfaction ,(except sections, onethree, sis, seven, sixteen NOTICE.[ "r$:

: Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin Ga.; P.A.310isc; IT of the Court by affidavit, that the above and twenty-seven) of range thirty-one. SIX 10XTHS'nUfr daUy 1 shall presatujaccounts
Ga. Winter & Epping Columbus South the,base line and cast the and vouchers
I State of Florida. LaGrange ; named defendant resides out of the State of of of principal Execulri.s.tftiftateot'
!: Ga;W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick Salem, Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this meridian. VTm..F..JIun-hce,late of Nuaivntj
i. ', r DUVAL COUXTF-TO WIT: Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga. ; J. A. Court Fractional townships eight and nine, west of deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probate,f pd

i' T all to mho&1 these Presents shall cone, Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, IT is, THEREFORE on motion of James T. Mag- of the Suwnnnee river, of range fourteen county, for a final settlement of said estate,iaJ

it-1-:. qrteturgWHEREAS- S I Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R.. bee Solicitor for ,said complainant ORDERED North of the base line and aest of the principal: shall at the same time apply far Letters of,De

4.. Isaiah D. Hart has applied to I Auclc1'8ol1, IJlllton, Ga.; E. A. Burch, IIlJ.wkinsI that, the said James R. Parish be requested, to, meridian. mission as such .Executrix, of which>al)"per

-: "," for Letters of Administration $I villc Ga ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, and answer the' complainants Bill of Sections twelve, thirteen, fourteen', twenty, sons.interested, in ,said estat ,;;are: Ueabtdl to

.., of all and singular the goods, ch tttcb'and I, Prescott & Co., lack Creek, Florida ; Lightfuot appear complaint herein filed within four months or a twenty-one twenty-two, twenty-three. twenty- take notice. ,- .MARY ilUlVRHEE.:

; credits which were of Jacob Bryan, late of said & ,Flanders,Macon ; 1)Martin, Savannah; Cun; Decree pro confesso will be taken against him. four, twenty-five, tweat -s1X, twenty-seven, October 20th, 1847, ExecuSt/:
deceased and intestate: These are ningham & Co.. Dalton'Ga.; J.II. & W. S. Ellis, twenty-eight twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-two,
(,: S county, AND IT is FURTHER ORDERED That of
.. copy -HOLME'S'
> .therefore to cite and admonish all and singular Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisbol'O, Ga. ; Wm.. this Order duly certified by the Clerk of this thirty-three,thirty-four- thirty-five aud thirtysix ,& CO.
the next kin creditors and other in Hodges, Sandersville; It.T. Floyd Micanopy, in township oue of range five.
//of persons Court, be published in some newspaper printed 1JTESSRS. HOLMES co. havelrem md
p .interest to shew cause before me, on or before Florida; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville,'Florida ; within the State of Florida, once a week con- Township one, and sections twenty-five, twen- 1'-1..their stock of! Im1wt %e'.to the*large

,, tta twenty-first (21st( ) day of January,next en- R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. secutively four months. ty-six twenty-seven twenty-eight, thirty-three, building formerly occupied by the United Sta\t.1

f a ling, why said application should not be gran-. I For sale wholesale and retail by GEO. W. MACRAE, Judge of thirty-four, thi y-tive and thirty-six, and township known as the Government Buildisg.. Ti J

I ,. ttcd. Otherwise Letters of Administration ,as F. A. POULLEN, Southern Circuit Fla two,of range six. have added tovtheirstockby,tielate, arrivaUfrom
from this Court to said Isa- Aceiit for Jacksonville.A North of the base line and nest of the principal _
will issue
: H
I .Aforesaid liberal discount by"th dozen. 1, JOIIN Ay. ROBAKTS, Clerk of said Court, do New Yorki a full ass6rtment'.f Dry. Goods,
ii Uh D. Hart hereby certify the above to be TI true copy of meridian. Groceries, Hardware .I'!rovisionsy. &e '&ftr
_ October 8th "
g 4: WITNESS my name and Seal of Court, 1847. an Order duly made and entered of record in Fractional township one, north of Forbes w lcA.- hey are prepared ,;leU .&t;XCdU edprIces.

: '(L, s.] this fin.eenthalllY of December,A.D. 1817, IN ClttfUIT COCR, the above entitled cause, on the llth day of Grant"of range six. [ \ ]? r')
iE- at Jacksonville, County aforesaid. December A. Fractional township one north or 'Forbes'Grant ; Cottons
EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR ,, D. 1847. They are now p repar d't purclias* ,
: WILLIAM F. CRABTREE, COLUMBIA'COUNTY" IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- i of range seven. I hides and otherpioduce Ofte !ryatth0'< '

Judge Probate, County,of Duval.. Abel Cowart, ) In Chancery. IL. S 1 unto set my hand arid private seal, l ,Sections one, two, eleven, twelve, thIrteen, highest Market rates. and make rash a'ivances

Let the above "Citation"be published once a VB.Elizabeth v JJ there being no seal of office, this fourteen, fifteen, twenty-two, twenty-three, on consignments to t their:.friends in Savaanahand

week for|ix weeks in some newspaper printed Cowart, ) Bill for Divorce. 11th day December, A. D "1847.J. twenty-four, twenty-five twenty-six, twenty- Charleston/orNcwY or k.. -.,?. ./ w
ili this county, if any, if not in some newspaper having been made to appear to the satisfaction W. ROBARTS, Clerk.{ seven and the south-east fraction of section They have a new article of \Vrougat Iron

printed in some adjoining county or State. IT of the Court by Affidavit, that. the December 21, 1847. 4m twenty-eight in the former Indian Kescrve, the Ploughs-to whfr.h they would respectfully call

W!L F. CRABTREE. above named Defendant resides out of the Stateof east fraction of section thirty-three,in the same, the attention of P1an .!.. -* .4

n Judge Probate'D., C. Florida, and beyond the, jurisdiction of this ALASKA, : HOUSE. and sections thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty- Jacksonville y.62' 1846.? ''tf, ,. r-y? 1 _
,' ; Jacksonville December 17, 1847. 6w Court > I six, in township one; sections twelve, thirteen,
e; .,: It is, .therefore on motion of Washington M. tek; TIlE Subscriber informs her :friends twenty-three twenty-tour,twenty-five twenty- CARD.RIVERS ; :

: ( Ives Esq. Solicitor, for said Complainant ORDERED. yisaLand; 'patrons that she has opened the a six, thirty-five and thirty-six township two; "_' t'; "
>.; NOTICE. That, the said Elizabeth Cowart be 'requirei bove1 establishment with- every:view) 'to' "their I and:sections one. two, five ten, eleven. and' .: ..,&: ROYAI.L,. ,l
_ ;:.A LL Persons having claims against the estate comfort. During the last-summershe had twelve in township three, of range eight. < "
JnL of John M. Stafford,late of New Orleans of to appear and herein answer filed the Complainant'sBill within her. house thoroughly celled aud extra i fireplaces ,Sections thirty-five and thirty-six, in town- D.EN.! T.AL; ::S.U: RG; EO.NSJOfficei
Complaint four
La-, deceased, will present them to the months Decree, 'will, be. 'built, so that now she is able to offer them ship six and range twelve. NorthEast corner of St-Jaliea Stte*.
or a confesso taken ?
subscribers within the time prescribed by law, against,her. pro good and comfortable nccommodations",warl'lUlt- Fractional township three,:\est.of:'Choctawhatchy and: Market Square, .1 -,'It.
be barred and thoso indebted to ing to give satisfaction to all who sixteen .
. : orthel.1riU ; And it further Ordered That of this patronise her. river.ofrange : S.V.iAn, \GEOBG "
: the.said estate.will make payment to order,duly certified by the ,Clerk '.pf copy this. ourt Conveyances into the country can l>e obtained Sections twenty-four,'twenty-five,twenty-six, AU"g, 2ih4'7. > .. : 1"1. -. .-, .
Adm'r. -
; SUSAN STAFFORD. here. three of ; I" .r:1 '
Mrs S. nd ithirty-six
A. WIGHTMAN: thirty-fi ; intownship" '
Adm'r. be published in some neVrepaper"pnnted within :. '. ,; -:1 Fpiv ARDJ:& ALDRIP 1
: JOSHUA Eastern of Florida week .Palatka, Dec.10, 1847. 3t. range seventeen ;
the. once
: 'ampaBay,. Sept. 1(, 1847. 6m for Circuit four months.. ;. *'-' ..consecutively ;<. .. ,4' ; t ". .' Township'threejj-' range thirty. ;.4TToitYs1 AND ; U S LLORS} 47J4 fi
NOTICE : l' "
Lands ',by law ''forHhe. use-of in the I several,Courd'ExiaityLn at.at'l
: THO./DOUGLAS .;, WIT.IJ practice, (
.Administrators Notice. t. LL personshaving claims against the Estate schools'military or other purpbsesjwill, be'cxludedfronfthe'sixles the Eastern Circuit-o f
r dema ds 'the GlcrVi Circuit' Court .tI 'ofiManuel OHvilla late -. 1 "' ;"" ,1' }
r A LL PERSONS having against Office.; T.Columbia Hillsborough ; : WMA.OaWAI DSt. Augustine' '.
.2:' .' t L1b Estate of Oran Baxter deceased,will hand. I .- ..Counter: co ntdcce; &1,.will.present them to,\the subscriber ". ,TKe offering the la wilTbe, 'commenced 'J.msi l\.LDRl;'hewnansihl& 'm J t s Y

: J 'them to subscriber properly attested, in the .L STIRING I > by law and all indebted do hereby certify the above to be a'true of they will be.barred and those to the < Wl\I. :F 'CRABTREE" r. :
time prescribed. persons ,copy : indebted | ; they.' are;::advertised with all .> .' .
to the 'said Estate, are requested to make. u,order did'e'i d entered'of recorcl in the .said Estate will make payriient to' .r "onve ii 'despatch; tflthcwliole'sli hU have "' jT' D.COUELLOJTUW

_.y '.immediate'' ,payment to' 'above entitled.cause. ,:on'the.7th' day- -:of' ; "-..l- ,: i r) JLWlutAS rJ Administrator.: ,been/offeredand the sales jthu3closed.' 'But.nos ; Jacol *Fla.

: T. O. HOLMES, Admr. .Aipi347.. : ,'_. ;. ; ;: ,.. :1.D.P. ,p' ,! 8 : !1.* ;# eshnll-be6eptopen: longer an:; two weeks, WILL attend to Business entredb'hand

:.' t of 0. BAXTER, Dl.'C i1scd. >* IN 'WITJIESS '. THEREOF,. I ,,have "--','.. and no private'entry1'of uny of the lands wilt in any of{the any Courjs iuthaEasleriCB; ; *

:,',; r Jacksonville.-,,January. 1, 1846. { Lv S. > hereunto my hand and caused the .:x:.1f' (JOSEPHVi" .FITCH. ;admitted,until'Tafter.the'expir; tio ii of/the'" two 1 cult of Florida.NYiii .
"' 'i- t a S 1W/ Seal of said.Court,to be hereunto'annexed 4 ,fHivo!&'established himself atPAtATKAE.F: weeks!." r. : "< -. ; ;. 2 > '
: : -'Estate' Archibald Hogans, dec., this 9th dayjof August A. D. 1847;'*"' |' ** GENERAI t COMMISSION -.MERCIIANTwiUttedtOanybusiuess ",\GIVEN under:my;hand atVhe"qty of)uhf .. ;F IVlX.. 'L-IV-INGS T' O N\t

1 tT :Persons having: claims:against.the Es &.8CAORPUUfrC1erk, ; entrusted to his i t this'twenty-third'day' Octob rAnnoDomini ,;I'"":tt RNEY\fATJ'tJ.. 'f" i

)4: ; -.: tate Archibald;Hogans. late of ColumJountyj -' August. ,-2Q,-1847..- ,....' _._,,... ... _-. ,4m r'iwith'dcspateh4November ': % .one.' thousand" 'eight' "hundred" dud' fOI1Yr : q :1; : 1acJcoiitJte; 'F.14'
: I ;
'..'. .; 'deceased* are .hereby|!'1 'tified'to '.7 NOTICE' ". '! : 9i.1S4.1.. ? ; : .tfi 1 *seventf+ 'DY:- THE'PRESIDENT' .? ;, > ,practice in all the Courts of,tie a.st5

,', :1 : reent the same twbycarsbr; this'tio- :FS hereby given that SMQNThiS't atrijLI'saAlidppljtotK : ,'Circuit \ '- t. {. .. .
% ,
\tlc Will be pleaded in' bar of.their .conijand ; ,; [; ',Ho drabl67udge'ofthecharge : >\ : '..':, ,' :" : : C.'GllJtETT-

1 411 ptrf e ssadistato are'request: : e 9urt.9t,;2f \ ,c );. O! idls4: '. ;',.' ): 'j' #;ofth.ebe7zera1Land: ? OTGtJSTUS ,

ed tdinakeImmediate_ 'payment '. from theEjcewtorshlp"oh.the-Estate1.oWilUain L: !' i #lRwrFlortda.. i j. <', :.t., .:.1 jCam ww' ._ ._,-" ii.X-i .I,(..,,f.." OJcc'--'.' .J" /' r"-. .>', :'j !;
*?'i' ''ZYLPHA.HOGAN8., Adm'x. Walker' late of Said county,deceased .WILL;practice. in thV Vevefai,i Courts*of the 'NOTICE".i.TOrRE"'EMP.noK: CLA MAN7S And!Cwnmissiorwr oTD'cc "of the Stale of Ca
JOSHUA ROBERTS,' Adm'r. f :' 4i.i' .- l RJJSSEL'PrEXe.**. 'Easter tnISt etititiii-an cl fortHe Statoxi f
.\ I > Cifcu MfrlFl6Hdari.1iuuVto c1 _.v BveriOzf e ititled t btotpotn.: : ) .

.AUiget.or, Columbia.ounty4 Dec. 24, 18-11.. I i': ,July,23d!,:1847.. 4'.L. -1 'his qjfce; will meet, .-wittpTompt, _a tc n, : ion to any lands, within the liini&bf thi tOn '' ... .AcUQKuII' r' .

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