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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 26, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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the r ql1tshe lum maybe inAi ZN Y-Yth b&t'i1 by seHt
d"erusenaent. i. "No f, r't*-wt'-na \u -'.@n tOTTOr' ; \
with the THE INDIAN GAMESTERS. proudly reapona'ctl tffi Wh G '
pll1'I"miu.ed with the numbei.be I d/.toia .;t l do\ 4VfZI Jt
marked "Nor leither2? said.the Nabajo yokaxe i' .c.1.r.R" 1 \1 'Q"mfl 1'1 1S.tta ,
rMveTt13etnfuDot continued midi forbid ; ibrave. > '.Agootl deal 18 eaIdun thc.'JteportottUe Srefaiof4Vgrortb t1w gh eeIDmng.it.nt etl. the 1t
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Jillle1".iNtR requtredw BY JOHN -BEOWN. did,not belieje .before.vl4hought ial !Of.Ghn'Cott n'htid i beart,it rcm&incd..nrni and, sound Another ,
?.bargea for. for ell you were a,squaw.; But nbw I know you are,* time sit- ,.:iria6t ,, i- f
aid don"rll Wln be charS Ht announce- r jnucb and:money ihave been:expended- f<1 f1b rt, lfhtt"11J :
gT Five candiialel for nlhre. .In former times the Nabajo Indians on the man. Dciou. .beheve t'fe siuiibfmeD'"Put T the Waripfpaxtmcntin itsjTaJneweJTJie Wlnch IiAf tlJj : -f hav&iIhemiaktn t 'I lout
of Month. : : *10 00 borders orNewMcxico and Pueblo Indiansin down your bow and I will tell you/1"33' result of is
olIequarefOtSIX the experiments summed. the, examfherVns d ec1 O. J4ctd1With 'h r tSJ
Creditors, t : i* 00Or The Nabajo threwjiig bow.from him leaving : SVw carerf
$fl( the follows .
oeke to eUtnn country, were at war, nnd the deadly ha- : The York niter sUrvey,Tinder the super
N Administration 5 OU himself
r1iCltion ror Lr.ut"1 will be itterted g-8toi, tred ofthe races for each other, extended in as unprotected as his enemy hadLbeen. ..t.st.\ Thexp1ofrecotton,&we1lpri&n intcndence-of-IheTnarniS inspectors nrti prtKnouncod f1i!
u, re1igtous DOUed dividuals. The Pueblo retained, his position, lookingor8Omermnutes .
AU j cordjngtq > in18j"ormuJ& burns nti heat seaworthywithout: repai oranaih- ;

.e )' personal communications will One autumn day a Nabajo Indian had gone at Nab jo. <- .of 3Ode., f ahfenheit,.and jit,will- therefore, eryear' tleitst. aVd toTpea.shewent.. "B ,rf'H trtlll \
84 fJ' All wioiJssable. .dverrw n0' \S' out' a hunting, but had not been at all'successful ,. "Yes, I: believe it,";said:.. : ,. .. .o. not" et fife gunpowder By other modes,.ofpTeparatidn v_,. :-, -i -. -,' 'S .< J.v -' ,* "" <- "

bPI4IATrJ AUblns II for Job Printing. must be paid on the and towards night became-ery weary.To ." each"Then other's,",,said ,the- Nabnjo[ ':'we have.,tWl 'Hmrry-bernwde'TO "explode'at1a ,. .i.' ':;"_ c'z'' -- -" ,'_J .., .. >tr;..'.

Wnk.II add to his misery, as evening drew near, a. noseswVhavejtaken eacKotKer'sscalps : much temperature j-::gre t precatitiotishould .r 1
at the A Soldier's Coritvts &at1Jient :i
Opinion of
.c1f""r, mtl4lt be addressed tohttITt :let usTiereaffifr: as braves; be friend!. n IIi
flflftfl5tflS furious His
,. storm anti-
AU was seen approaching. oreJxrusetlin dry.ingit.'f. tr.r "1
'o 1 st.1hinknr thai re ? solemoy--bclievnht"'the-'nntimmts of Mr. i J
postage po.i.Mgaw.Pnckel bf v.sriyea.or.Dol '
HAZARD. cipations were gloomy in the extreme; for in 2dlThe.projectile forced c.xplosivecotton; ,
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said the i. > Gorwin republishjcdai theyareinJJexico
Pueblo > and tth Nabajo aving resu f
;
order to facilitate his hunting he had brought J' in moderate charges in the musketor. in the done, ,
; dofea .
Line more.to-k a txacf .
&tikk&t.vxhapp9
M. moo hIS
8. but small shoulders seatstill.leaying.his bow son distance yeifa& 'thatwoftw'ice tiff .f** tf- >, .
we.Ie\f.etkI"11. a piece of blanket over his I carino'nqsnearly 'to "its
: coutTL1lia* "other ;tc.I':
from him both! things fajntonecL t ,i.
and he they remained, for riearjy an the besfgnnpiffwder.' ..n" : '
with the t
mew to be out such anight, hwras i weight; :.4.i caa, :patliaicl tOsome exfenirthe'conduct \
S BETWE.'Ii. body more;than" halfshort n8.batvoI11d :.nl qmet blO"and Intfnov&trteas..' 'mi'r jstafntes t 'Atro. |,t3U.")ybjtn cotnpr s>ed'by tharji ttCfdming; I the unTortulHte i IfdI rclF Bq Tron/lmd't : .
i 0 .
of death5" .
filling a.fe.4tburns) slowly and after asliorVtime
SAVANNAH & PALATKA, FLA., The Indian had remained. in this frame ofinind fWilyq telimeoncthing' hessk. &, it produces'littlebr no flame.4th. ."J mentinnhevil.houidsbrankjttdbat.ties fo the haxardiLis"'lifej"tut i r
eneniyfo by so dohiggihe
'Tf1 d he .
BY TUE WAY OF for some times when he observed a particular (Oul"ca tep1ie, i Nalaje.' twnrj ;the. ."By,the'absorption'of moistureHifs force TcannoV punlate the conduct of t .
rn his ben Ba.ld 1.
BRUNSWICK, ST., MARYS GEO.; rock which hung out from the side of the t long appears io.rapidly diminishedj'butt is probaibly such m4bifST? hexlKnTOKcVfor'tBchigVBtationtowhichiutf .-
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Pub1o"C5t has doiieuS'1i ii iOd-1t h t
p-.utfE.r.JCEONVILLE, BLACK CREEK! AND ,mountain, and was by that suddenly remindedthat thinned J 0 oly .quite ;.restored ,by' drying_ A, saiypie. Jeoplehavelelevattd thefliIn .

FLORID there was a small cave in the neighborhoodand offourpeopletill..wefntiIbothnationsIwindlinZ cotton which 60 grains gave to a musket,ball wnyio givCi' id and :,to that ;
1'1COLATA people : -
pQmJbjt Ii .
,
connection with the Char1eston Daily Mail this he was at length fortunate enough to ( away.,. If I Agree;.towhat. >.y(3asaj( a mean initial velocity of ],GSS feet, was expseel : JieniyJna ivar, jast ofSinjust. .,hohithe
ID will io to "
S .nah,the steamer SARAH&ALDL discover. you go your people'willijio'; *I rJam fork two-weeks in a'cool damp'vault;where itabsjacb present"war tIThe as just :a .
Lc&m.packcthat one was ever waged
them 1' s. ,
G, from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the The aperture of the cave was very small, but It try'to makc'peace betwe'en d-aboutitwoiper. cent; of moist.ure,60 : but" be jnsi 1 r'unjustj-myj'mbttq is, *our ."
think. antl another -
Picolata to St. Augusfrom6 he his in and at the was nowNabnjo's turn to grainsof cotton in that state \1
Mail from squeezed body was soon gave a meanvc1ocutyoc.1.6I21' country-right or.wrong our country." "
u. S. ? .
and Black reek, via N cwnansviUe extreme end of the chamber, where he collected bour was pent in profound silence.'? v' 3 t. ,. _.. .. :. :* ? "
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tine 1'hcn he had made his mind 1-will doi : 5 -
Alliptor, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to himself to sleep, with a rock for a pillow.On ,"said he "it is best up to do it." ; .5tK. Its 'pldstte'tfOTCe1 or 1>ursting"cffect' is Famine the S West of Ireland.:Aletterwritf;
the same evening a Pueblo Indian, the ; in a high'degree'greater than that tenin
!. -gunpow the of Sllgbrireland the4tK
'& Czlpt. A nOCAMULGEE mortal enemy of the Nabajo, was similarly situ hen," said the Pueblo; "frcsftjg* day-wear der. ,ln, this inspect the value of gun cotton ult.88VSt- county .-> v:: ) on- ..., t 5 ti 4 !..\J
r'
fc P.McNEi/rY. ated. in the hunt he : friends. We:: will exchae.pIeits; .we assimilates, much that t.1.
STJklATTHEWS, Having had poor success more to of' fulminates 'Jt'i b a most merciful part that the good .
wil defend peo
each other and
These packets leave Savannah every TCESD too was without a blanket, and weary; he too promise on the sacred arrow, io'avenge eac must the death rhere than: to gunpowder jfit is,.therefore, well. adapted '$ pie.,of.the United,States: are.taking of the poor l J ;11 1

*nd SATCKDAT Mownre, at 10 o'clock, and arrive was loth to spend the night in the storm, and ofth other if'killed friend orfcfe' Let to mining.purpG'sc.-So: of this district. The people of.this part of the 1 1

at Picolata in time for the Mail fctages to go thought of the cave which he was diligently smoke." by us 6th.. Gun Cotton'wben'wefl: prepared, leaves country are really w6rse off 'than they'were t :

through to St. Augustine before night every seeking. At length, like Nabajo, he found it no perceptible! stain when .a .email ouantity is this time twelve months agor'Then therI'welarge ?
The Pueblo took small pipe from his
and Monday. and crawled in. lie did not go as far back us then a, burnt.on white papjcr. The principal residue sums of .collected' 1
Thursday money for: .and
his belt filled and it them
at and the
Returning, leave Palatka every TOF. AY and the first comer, but laid himself down near the pouch who lighted smoked; of'its cmbustioui'a'ie Yatf.r. and nitrous'acidl! food purchased and distributed;,but,now nothing ; t

FUDAY MORNING, at7 o'clock, touching above middle of the chamber. The Nabajo, in a er two t'o cement were their recently new born enemies friendship'.1They 'togeth" I the acid-is made s&bic'b'i'odornaf its effect is done for htm., The poor houses are.fill-f! .

ah way, sound slumber, was unconscious of his entrance, soon-after each to .their on the.l.irret'oi'n.gun triSbh'Will soon be ed to 'suffocation.znd, 'thousands"of creatures. '. ft"
parted own
They are both lore pressure boats in complete and the fatigued Pueblo was soon so sound eorrodedby itifnotwash'ed:after firing., half ,naked, are running about,"having nothing .
order, and handsomely furnished in every respect asleep, that he did not hear the breathing of people.exerted' Both were true induce to their their pledge,,,anq 7th. In 'con qufn e.of the quickness and in- to eat but Tam turnips,which they Steal.from the J .
themselves, to people to "i\
fen )
well ity'of nctiOn'ofihe"gun
of his cotton when ignited
commanded by gentlemen enemy.In fields IThe ,
worst
; are and very ; apprehensions, &t't
With their may
known experience on the route, and their patrons the morning the Nabajo, having slept longest makepeace.curtailed bloody crowns ministers ,'.it'canrtoi'bVused' with safety in our present be conceived',aa the consequences of 8UchYfood; 4 Jf
noses -they were strange looking
are assured thatevery attention will be was earliest awake, and rose when he saw refused hcwi jirfe-arhis. It appears by experiments that We may well expect another season of fev'erand :
but both to tell
paid to the safety and comfort of plsscngt.rl..n .. the first taint light at the aperture of the cave. ofpooce ; an accident of seryice, such thatjof, !inseriug| dyscntary, and swelled limbs P 4

to the careful handling of freight. Attempting to pass out he stumbled over the they lost their scalps and' the tips of their noses two charges into a musket before firing, (whichis '. S .:. ,f t_.
have its effect '
'
AGENTS: Pueblo, who was laid across the narrow chamber rude thernystery began to became nvcsted'with amonga of frequent occurrence. !;) would cause the barrel 1..f:1l.. Inrent?.-The New York corresptndent to.
people, and'they SS S
Savunnah. and awoke him. Instantly the Pueblo to burst.
Jtoob & Tupper, a character profound gecretness. Their in- of the Washington Union writes.. .: : t.
jLA-DcLoriac Darien. sprang to his feet, and demanded who had disturbed 'Mr. JesSe
Fitzgerald this \,1
of city]
fluence rapidly-increajjed, s o,that in a few weeks diN
G.Friedhnder, Brunswick. him. The Nabajo promptly answered the their object waseffected, and a general councilof I i TitrJcs Island to lie Separated from the Eahanas name is somewhat known at the Patent'Office,' :!
into
he ,
when
St. and
came
Job Bcssent. Marys. by asking how cJVCj; has
just
the two tribes held which and Annexed completed anew inventionportable t'-
was at was Proper
he in the ,. ,peace to..JamlitD.-By'the ship
Jacksonville. the Pueblo that came night
& il'hec replied
,
Fernandez entered iutn/ which lasted many 'years.-St. Galveston, CapLUradfordTfromNabsau, (N. P.,) sectional cannon._ It is thejsize of a 12- r
Black Creek. and had there.
L Coy, previous" slept demanded the fierce Louis Ikt'eik.- we have papers of late date from that port. The I !>oundcr,,and consists CO or 70 pieces, which. r
Picob.ta.J. .\.lid who '
are youj
Geo Cooley, Guardian,of the 12th January contains extracts may be carried each of them In/'a 'soldier1 0 f '
,
.
.P. Hawkins. Palatka.E. Nabajo. FUQITIVJES .FROM SLAVERY._ from the Turks Island papers, (to the 4th January knapsack; and put .together'whenr needed, in r"-
his and
Co. Charleston. The Pueblo replied, ghing name nation "
Lafitte & > five
minutes
; nuts and! scies.1t i : ,
by of'ft' it
The Judiciary Committee ot' the Senate of )' in.reiation.to.tbe subject under discussion -.
K. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded and demanding the name of his interrogator ; calibre sufficient
committed bill forth in the Bahama viz the (theineitQr.clinus. ) to carry- :
Xcw York to whom was Legislature : separation "
Sa- of ,
free of commi ). Freight from I which, as the .Nab.yo was a "brave/3 was a"ball weighing" losttwelve miles I '
ofTur1sisiand'frorn ,
the Bahama
further of liberty government .
protection personal :
Brannah and Ch irlestou and all way freight course given. '
I have made. a The enactments the 'It wassaid to be the '-intention'of many of i -
to report. '
The two mortal enemies were surprised i
payable by shippers.September >fol6nteati fS
hyir.. George Bark AgenYof of
the Island.
osed U1 were: Tnrjcs gentry to ampaytheir'membersto
, 17 1847. tf find themselves thug strangely in the presenceof prop .
. -- euch. other. But they did not fight ; for two That Judge or Magistrate shall take cognizance the metropolis, in order to:be-preen therSociety states, in the N.Y. Journal of Coin*' .. ..i.1

. IN CIRCUIT COCKT.EASTERN men alone togeth when there are no spectators of any case under the act of Congress I at the approaching session of the Legisla raerce' that, the Society requires, at least, $50-, 'jJ'

CIRCVIT OF FJLOKIDA-COUNTY OF hiss and remain at of February 12, 1793, entitled 'an act respecting ture." Intelfigence1iadt received at Nas1sflft 000 to meet all their liabilities. this present. ,...
. to them on they con T -" .
ST. JOHNS: IN CHAJVCEET. peace without censure, or ridicule, very seldom perm escaping from( the Bervice..of their. ? that-a public ifeeetifeg had tsStttff>lirbe j l' year Only" $. 8 .45 are now 'fnth Ireasury.* \ 'ti 4;i..

The Southern Life In- ) fight. Whether the Indians were liKe other masters. That no sheriff or constable shall arrest Turks Island and that a -letter from GovernorMatthew 129 emigrants have sailed from New. Orleans at r

iterance & Trust Cbmpany ', men matters but at least they did not fight.On or detain fugitive slave. And a viola- was read, which made mention of the a heavyexpense. The Society has: pledged Jto : i 1
not
to use of Arthur .'\. > Bill to Foreclose. the they quietly and rationally tion of this act shallf tthe person offending willingness of her majesty's government to the send this year 360 emigrants. It is'expected "

heed j talked over contrary the war, ot their nations, discussedit to a fine of- not less than $00, nor more sOparationofthe'Turks Islands from the Baha- that at least 100 emigrants will be ,sent, early :. .1 W

vs. in all its bearings, and finally agreed,us soon than $1000, or to .imprisonment.in the county mas proper, and their being placed under the in the spring ClO from Savannah., Georgia. which" ? : .).u;

, Augustus Poujaud. j as the cave should be light enough, to spend a jail, for a term of not less than 6 nor more than government'Of Jamaica. The measures was to will cost 001;000. .' -'
: been made tu to the satisfaction be : "S : 1t..J
having ; rlr few hours gambling. 12 months. accomplished, through the sanction of the $

: r of the Court by .. .udavit. that the The game played turned on the position of a After showing that the Supreme Court has Bahama "Legislature, and the payment by the PUZZLE.. ?' J

Defendant named in the Bill ui' Complaint fil din small pebble, whether under one, or the other determined in the case of lUggs vs. The Com Turks Islands one-third of the debt of the OMay .';..;.-. .itJ
the above entitled can ';. resides out of the that under the colony. The thanks of the meeting were
? ol their four moccasins, it having been repeated monwealth of Pennsylvania, unanimously Love by hearts thos ,
State of Florida and out. ..; the United States by placed under each of them by the operator Constitution the owner of the slave is clothed voted, to Governor,JVIatthew and Mr. '""United and'mingled Into. 5 '

and in Cuba one of the W India, Islands, and before stopping to decide the bet. Small sticks with authority, in every State, to seize" and Smith, the Turks Island delegate. '." .:Fondly so vows the keep Btillon, -H ** ;*' "4 ,i t

beyond the jurisdiction Oi; i.- ->urt, Therefore. were used for counters, and a kind of low recapture him, the report proceeds:. Plighted, and dream of them alonecr, t ,:
Oa motion of Q. W. Dowr4r, J.q.,Solicitor for The clause.in the .Constitution executes it- "
, chaunt accompanied the game in its progress.IIaring I A Passionate Lawyer.-A client calling upon .S' .Ever, for on shine love our may and, ?? .* g ,.
said Complainant, commenced the enemies were intent I eclf. and requires aid from.legislation, State S > Like hope's undying ray, which .. '. f1i
Impey, (a distinguished English Lawyer) one .
It is Ordered That the : Pou- in the -. 1
! s. Augustus National The National G overnm'ent, : : Misfortune dark "
on their play but they had not much propertyabout ilfter"the usual 'salutations i* 01 grief- ji
. ; day' proceeded
jwd and others be required to appear and an- them to stake. The first thing put up absence of all positive provisions to'the contrary thus: ,"_ i -.:._' Never, hath power "' ; '.* r "

I lI'er said Bill Complaint within six months, of which the Pueblo is bound. through .its own proper. departments . Chase to h
was their arrows one by one "Air.Impey I want you immediately to issue '" J vit'< **? :
1 ar the same will be takes as onfessed against legislative, executiveor judiciary,-to ., ''..
then .
had. ,
the
. boon won all JSabajo They a writ against who owes me ,40.. He. < -- ){
limo put up their bows, and the Nabajo won the bow cl.rryinto effect all.the rights and duties impo- called upon me about 'fan hour since and told -5-_Aw'S 'tH
. It is farther Ordered,Th u j r->vy ofthis Order,, sed' it the Constitution. The legisla-
ofthe Pueblo! Ihus one. had all the arrows, upon by me, that,* as he*'was going out of town tomorrow -' Slavery vi-Nerc Jersey-The idea that tinder g:
) inly certified by the Clerk o; i.i.s Court, be pub1i6hed tion of this'subject supersedes all .
uud the other had the two bows! All the arrows CongresS or the next day, he could only now.pay new.Constitution of.N-ew-Jersey'idopted ar r
within the
in some newspaper pr.nted month : were now staked,by the Pueblo against the State legislation, and, by implication, prohibitsit. me. .20 of his debt. ..want. you therefore, to few years back slavery was entirely abolished, It .J
Eastern Circuit Florida, Out a consecutively two bows, held by the Nabajo, and the former The power of'legisLatiou relation to fugitives arrest him: at once forthe, other:20." Imp ey's has been upset by a late decision oBbe principleState ;

. for six months.THOS. DOUGLAS, won. The N. "go was thus stripped entirelyof from labor is exclusive in the National countenance began to'work; but repressing his court;in favor of J. A. Post who was f. (

[Signed.] Judge. the means of defence, and of procuring sub- Legislature.' indignation he quietly asked him if'the man commanded by the'.State*to.bring up the body i-J -,
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said Courtdo .
I, PETER B. DUMA8, Clerk of sistcnce. He then proposed to Let a small piece It is very p car- to the Committee, from the was poor. 'Poor !. oh tobe sure ; I would not of a colored man whom he held in servitude.Mr' ) I .

hereby certify the above to be a true copy of his scalp, about the size of a dollar, to be taken above decision, which, being upon a ckus of arrest him if he were not.' Post's man is one of the few remaining t !
oran Order duIJ.l111t e and entered of record t the Constitution,'is'the law of the land :
, from the crown of his head, against the supreme Impey who was a humane man could slaVes' who were born Before the year 1804, ':4
t1
in the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth L I that and all of the 'statutes of this State very ,
; bow and arrows, which had been his. To this any no longer control his anger'at the heartless injustice when -law-was-passed de'CluIngall persons &
day of August A.D,1847. the Pueblo readily agreed, and wonagain. The upon the subject of fugitive slaves are unconstitutional of his-.client; working'himself lf up born,in slavery After that date free on becom. ;
P. B. DUMAS, submitted have the immediately and void,and are,no more than blank ingotage. .'
John's Nabajo to piece or scalp with a 'string,of epithets, ran on thus :- You i :
of St.
Clerk C. C. County.
lauifGm taken off, and with the long hair paper. .to'be rascal! why what do you take .me for? You : ,.
_ Aug. 27. which had been the pride of its owner., the Pueblo The question seems considered whether scoundrel! What, :arrest a poor man the very Specie.n 'N.'-.Express Monday (lorn-- A-

LIT OF LETTERS. tucked it under his belt. I Congress can vest in.the State magistrates, day'he has paid you ,20, 'and that half of the ing) says:*-Treasury Note* are so,near specie f i
the .
r'l TJE\L\D lNG in the Post Office at Jackson- The play hud gotten to a terrible pass ; but I sheriffs and constables power to execute act debt! Out of my house, sirrah and never value that >raerchants'will not take the trouble- ". t

,w | IX ville,which if not taken out within three i once absorbed in gambling, these Indians knew of 1793, us is attempted' be done by ,that let,me sge. that face again .,Out, I say 1' At to make purchase)corasequently the amount, .j i.

... tenths will be sent to the dead letter office at no limit, and cared but little how precious the act. This and question decided by has the been, New deliberately'York Supreme considered the same time, the vehemence,with. which he of specie paid into the' Custom House is,greatly, i. .

WaWnglon.A. stake. jumped upon his legs, overthrew one of the office increased. ;
the onhe: United':States vs. Lo- k
in
1tI Smarting with pain,yet not showing itby the Court, case 'stools, and the apparent rage he was in, the -f." p : It W

_ Aadrewu, Wm. S McNeill, Chas. J 3 twitch of a single muscle, the Nabajo proposedto throp ((17 Johnson's Reports' 4.) (Congress can: ,clatter of the furniture, and the,haste with A ,Great Country,and a frat PelJp fe.'Aa editor -' J j .

Ackert Jas. McNeill," Mrs. Martha bet his right ear against as' large a piece of not vest any portion judicial' established power of'the which. Impey attempted replace it, so frightened in closing his thanagiving sermon, says_:., f. (

Attxander, Achd.S Moutfort, Ward & Co. 2 the Pueblo's scuJp.tI.8 he had himself lost. Desi- United Statesl' excep.t'in' courts' '"by .the_unhappy client)that. snatching up his "Since last year,at this timewe, havelicked one i
B Moody, Baron rous to possess his enemy's ears as well as his itself. No part of the criminal jurisdiction of hat h'e'made but one'step to the door, and was nation and'fed another of about the same popnlationv 1
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BurnhJ.m Bcnj. McQueen, Ann 2 scalp, he accepted the bet. The Pueblo lost the United States can'consistently with the out'or sight in an instant.:-Life of ThdicalL We'have killed a few thousand Mexicans i. r

til* BaIley,Capt. F McQueen, Jane and in turn suffered, but did'not let his enemy,p Constitution, be delegated.Statcjtribunala.: ,. and save the lives oftep' times as many ,

1, Bowden Uria.h Martin, J perceive a sign of his feelings; for the fortitude Only in those.cases where,"P! !il.s to theConstitution Irishmen so that ,there.remains .a handsome. 5 Jt

Briggs Redden N of these Indians, under such circumstances, is State tribunals sscsse4J':1rsd1 National ContTasts.-In noisy mob'wo handsome tLanksgivinjf. balance.. in our favor.. ; -.
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- cSJfcifS11 wonderful.. tion independent' of'national authority. can' young women; who were very much alar -tj.

Henry The- Pueblo, still trusting to his good luck,, they now exercise, a concurrent jurisdiction.As .- ined,- threw themselves into Che arms of. two ,Taylort Demansration,-At,an-Affair',of-this- t t
Neat
Sam C 0 which he thought would return the next trial regards crimes and, offences' amade so by.le. gentlemen standing near.for safety. One*, ."of* the_ kindjhe greatest J.e ,"iulfew York city,in tho II it

Caulk Mias L A. Oak Calvin proposed to stake the tips of their noses. To gislative< enactment; the government of 1ie Cm-- g- tleuiien; an .t ish! -" !t' .iit.z-i-e y, Y ., Oflr.Ne..w"Xork, oil Thursday ,nJghtjJ %&

D ,P this the Nabajo could but agree, or incur the: ted States stands in the 'samerelatioir1to. wb 'hi d fiowii' to hifoittiOn a iicai'tyc IJrescott"HalTEsq.Dade' lengthy speech, ,the ; 5-

1Ji1 Mrs E A.2 PollardJacobO charge of cowardice ; and so the noses were sta. State government any foreign'; government. embrace, by wyns said/of encouraging the burden which wai thd necessity of the Whigs'talcing 1. ".

Drn'e H 3 Porter Joseph ked. But the Pueblo was again unfortunate, The act of Congress may reach theoffender) but jiobr'cratuTC. The.rother: an., EnglishmanIm- up Gea.(Taylor, because of the impossibility : .

. DenWa Pond ,Erasmus A 2 and lost. He had to suffer the tip of his nose to the State Courts cannot touch him. The JUriSdiction mediately put'his'han'dVin hispocketto guard as he. said,of electing! Mr.Clay.-'r '

xoaJaa. Penny, Rev. John be taken off, which would disfigure him for of the State Courts is excluded' in cases th'em ,Two officerj bbs'emng' ;fihe girl in a. : ."*?; TJi: :* L
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G UReynolds life. of crimes and offences:cognizable under iheTauthority -. miQi hers shop, the,one anJrishxppcdto Ccmfision.-Ttri'J.'Oxi'id* nd, CombndgfrEng1IsbnEeT f!

--1'', Gd7FUlton Toplear The.NabaJo had now gained an overwhelming of the United States;'and his not competent -'. 'go jin and 1fYZ awatch, : :Hbb6n7fin order to ( !.t;%.;JDeeeu ber,; saIs-r.cAl.! 'i'iresidy '

, GeigerEh Richard Francis, confidence, and proposed ,to stake the tip for Congress to confer 'jurisdiction' on get a nearef yiew'of her,". .'Hoot. ',eqs lPsnoriliern confession is practised'in* i a great number'. ;

: Q Aftr Richardson, JamesSawyer of his nose against> bis'own bow and arrows State officers.' :frienlthcr&a nae u aCcaSiOZL!to',wtlSte of-parishes.' "Avast bwly"pf the clergy srelrn i .

. II. S which he was still anxious to recover. This The Committee are unanimously of the opinion sill, _.i 1 f'Us"_O irak?._in, and j&eerlf she can-- givens.l pressed with a':senee'of.its importance,"-many;? ,

: Uo.e1J Ca.pt. R 2 Chas.W was a proposition to which the Puebla, his own, that as the State of New'York had no jurisdiction ttta- saxpences" v for]P> a J-r:hilhzag3.tis notorious,.. proba li" !"c6nvincedof''its nececsity. ,It i*, t
the subject of fugitive slaves ti mother of the Duke of Marloorough'sha'ttles often urged in*sermons.'bW iis *
Joshua nose gone could :with no little satisfaction as. on that in one recommcoded t
;:. .-&pt.-lohn W' Springer Scott-John, Georgia sent-the,game ,went on and the Pueblo won States, previous to the formation"of the j the Irish brigade on.advancing to the charge privately to the n Strehg of the parishion--1: mlH

to .8eynlOre SummeralL, Rich. J Both the enemieS were thus left without ends United States Constitution; nd''as the' State' threw away.their,knapsacks,and,every thing era and is-accepfed'byfethem: "ik"numerous". 5 instancesthankfulryf' -- .
4 n&xD, Martha to their noses horribly disfigured and both i Legislature prohibited-frOm acting on this which tended'toenoumberthem,':all which ': J 4' i *, t.1
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Stoddard Lewis iftw:* .'' riMcky .
HeartJ but ,the subject and' sjusticesaheriffs and other State ref ck dup by). ?scotch regimntthatfeBUppOr4m. 3 : ; :
: Geo. Jas. B had lost parts :of their scalps;, Nabajowas i were U1 p : % f
Stokes
-Ttie'
the law of Printer '
ofiicers"'cunnoVlegally" acfunder UT of tfieLenanon'Courier
botWnJu. T still lar behind his adversary, who had his ** 1

'. 1I Taylor Jno. A bow and arrows. To 'recover these, lle-proposed -' Congress.wi; 'umi CeSs" !"prohibit-... them( I CC5.5J- w -. :" ..._ .,. ly married says a-MexicansenoKta that Thomas M-Myers* "1" centi"

,.toWefldM15e7yMrG i to stake his right'car against them;and i from doing BO by statute .An.:! ..udge a'once. b1ige to dC1i1 is "ortK'SSOC' OOO/c:* lt1i'li
,11. Pueblo still exceeding anxious for his enemy's : The common law Is Bufficientjia'itfftivil'andcriminal : .\ a printer,and a graduate ofthi EecorJ office
W the 'remedies to punish all State officers the foUojcrg tOJ J'-g: 9entlemen1 at West Chestenrt H: z&-" -. ***'
Elng1CaPtN WingatEd'inWliitcherJ; cars, heard theproposition with ntmost The >fth J; i 'itiis""'w the 'coinsc1 on. 'I.:1 ,' 4Bt'airy
lit lave1 It
twonl Both .parties ,were who interfere with: power"t oatxithfeides"are ; \r.
Nabajo
lin pleasure the witn s8e8-
; 6ideare-tmiatelligihle;
. rE B r bh1fuiPm a t'
Ltszer t tooth.were minus ofth'e tips of I of reta1dng.fugi and defendant .

Laura Woodland Jas.Ximenes .. again equal incrodihle and theplaintiff
tial t
assisted the United States'Judges and Mart : question,Divides : ) Ws
: by
_. I- ,.. .x" their noses and partsoftheiracalp& ci .** *** <- -- *- -'P- ... are.both.. such had_ jcharacters.... ,that to me it, Taylor 60-:Cy99Pdlk '21.yJiB; : i
\ :: returned': ah 1& < < H .d. ;
"Jane As his bow und arrowswere _. ., .. .Ji .r' i
Miss Antonia soon as .. 1 .
; '- 4! i mWUereU1i" wa'you
S 1 8 yov1Ct. ,
cWi .
I II Cassl2Buc'han $
D204A1 liti
him the Jfabajo to,hi* feet and drew : -t r : ."_. .' $..> .,- T .' -o.- ."g. to a j S e19''
to sprung
.lltsult-Th m ti'i 4th' Dallas,3 ohn.Quincj.Adanu!
; } foTTjobodyJ.i.i'
lUClIJOBN'U. hisreach. mp
on'his whose bow laidoeyona
: O S. Z.L. I enemy: I i121.hjJt9hio$9a I I-V 1"1 ci1.-neN ifioFfi1EipJiw( '
earned *
the Nabajo had the ad- penitentiary Af.XirguuaJast fc *** ,1 S < S t 396iSi&" l1eJan..1,1548.. I ;, ,-1. The Paebl0eeinglmt 59 ea.chlu4 ckip1, proclaim" the'.election f-Mr S6uI toth Sen-!' b..TfaeNortlicrn 4tf vocata< states S
moment ,
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v&ntage.and'. expecting death'ayery ITT> *>*stat 4 printer: that'the b fj'7 "tJi'M nioa
x t t.'c lm1iaia.na.anc1Mri1 Epi
be.t"e
1nJIN'FJIm L'1I sat and moved M>this body. -' 91:4JC3c 1'J1)U'iwml "j
:. : uAre quiet afraid to nopart.die; F asked Nabajo, hu >ict: In Yirginiaf.earnjrS28.ayeJr.flore"thanitonC| { ('both..DemoC1'&h)i. -&4 fairc..diiy.. .S. ., !y ..aW1 Church/during the last yearye hat- dtQLat S
or JCTCRT you. tq.L"
nearly thousand
K" 'I T 'Executed OCSCRIPTIOI'at this Office. bow still bent: in Ohio'and; $30 m&re than onetn fictiigant ig g I twenty-four ,





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; agitate in order tr bring about this 1'eI1II".tle 'andwose
, ; :T H .E MEWS.JACKSONVILLE. '. other seeks to effect it by mono ',crafty and ious j bat:his envy only! breaks'out when.he Messr&.Giktt.' &.Hamer 1: c Jq..Tf. "h.. tiAbb: < ';

FEBRUARY 26 1848L .- adroit aeons. And what is the end which Mr. is drnukan d amounts..W nothing. Jonos i:s. a i ; As youibave Pub1WiedTresolutions or; the :d ; e t f&

_.___ GAS and Mr xcanu and(Mr. CLAY .have'in whole bog Indian-Bowlers speaks some Eu g- I :citizens, ;of Black Creeks-relative to the conduct ted certalnsiMjMrlB.Is: .ctto becoosetii 'iI:
ultimate t&TeJ'1)n lish.1s civilized 'and tcreue e' DO art Colin:i !of th23 lfe&Mws5taan ate N 3051 < ; ; :: :
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... view? The : extinction of part ., "' : a ._ "Jt.. ,aasits1nih, ,. ,A.\1Ia. "
.. the South by enclosing'the Slavehoiding statesin hieersonal popularity y with the Indi- j we will bo obliged to you if you will,permi u UI tobebuagfor murder" ,:beeatiwe ";& .'jlf F. \

r, a cordon of others where slavery does not ans; because /mei.!,..pouusu. Ms.ieal authority. 1 through your columns to reply to UleeJaupt hung for. theeume crime r :ThIi'JJ t[sr -r;

,U,. exist That this will be the effect must be evident Bowlegs is anxious to supersede him. If 1 ml which they bring against us.: of,J3aw/, would H' .t1Dlthe 6.. '!

t to every reflecting mind. If no outlet .ia observations do ndeceiie'm /Jones is a better When thOse animals, which", born blind, on him! <'OJnft logician! r ;.

}. Tax WKATHEKJ During the week,ending ont afforded us for our surplus slave population,ware man than Bowlegs, bathe is not so accesble. at the expiration.f nine days'after birth open I Bit'if kV'I1d' .not deem it.,.fit to .

Wednesday evening last, the weather has been doomed. If wo allow ourselves bo enclo If there is any,real quarrel betueeatheta .their.eyes upon thnrortd into whifch they have the facto and arguments of:St. >Joaic:. :; '

,. remarkably warm and clear. .At'9jig A, M. sod in by a barrier beyond which no slavehold they,are both..endowed with_an. eztraordIaaty' made their entrance,it is.not.Itraqe that.they sail! ;'hU.position on Ae points"at_ 'h1 1i'1ii'1"

p.t tae lowest point shown by the thermometer was er can pus with his property the existence oslavery show duplicity ity.. fioth these.chiefs are equally should be dueled.with the l.light around them, what. ,ho flatters! himself< would prove .!<'< :. .

i 38 on Saturday, the 19thand, the highest 67 on is hereafter only a question of time. A and extremely anxious that the Indians but when they becomeso intoxicated with what acceptable to the'cligno Which he be

.' Monday the 21st At noon the lowest 64, on Wrplus slave population will depreciate the should conform to the treaty, lire.within their they behold as to suppose their organs of vision he made a personal attack: apoa&k,, .(

. &t\of! the 19th, and the highest 79 on the 17th. At value of this speciesof property and of its labor. limits, and conduct themselves with due Pro' to be of greater capacity: than they really are, and he evidently fancies that he haa'e.

*-' $ P. M. the lowest 53, n Friday the 18th, and As soon as their labor becomes unprofitable,the pmty on nIl occasions and under all circumstance instead of gaining more light, they are too frequently home_Wow at your:,helpless correip ad

' {! t e high wt 74-on.-Tuesday- the 22d' inst. rapid manumission of slaves must of necessitytake whenever they come contact with the rendered completely blind. But to thet'eaolutions You, ," ass he, "deserted the Whig Prtrefor

place The e who are liberated will neither whites. ; /and ftr joinf' "
', A MISTAKE.-The Southern Journal should years ago Why the,ro 1.k',
; have the to leave The first and second we do not consider i it low I If he had known St.
:/" have given credit to this paper for a communication ability disposition The communication of your .corrospondc John,he wou j 4 l '
in relation to tha culture of segar to- their present homo. No free State will receive above alluded to. is calculated to make an ipression necessary to notice ; the third is not true, i and known, that the incident in his life, the o',

jgi 170000, and not to the "Charleston Evening a manumitted, and the African race will that the Florida Indians are restless we should not refer to it except for the Possibility looks back with the greatest pridA,.. .

News." never leave the genial climate and burning sun and that force is the only and proper, means or or its reaching the eye of the Postmaster one here alluded.to,-his abandoe. *:f

i ?' of the South. When a majority of the slave managing thea.' This idea, is contrary to the General. It ii as follows:' Wag parr He feels proud that 'he dlb'

I *T THE COMPLIMENTARY BALL TO MA:. LOKINO, population have thus been manumitted, &111 present policy of the General Government, andI That in no event,if the contractors application moral courage to despise the thre ty "

I T en Tuesday evening last. went off in the finest political power will thus be in their hands. Relieve to the best interests ot'he people of for with this can change a complete in their and.schedule thorough,be complied communication -- as to resist! the'blandi.hmentit\ rJi L

j: .style. The attendance was mutually large, They will claim and wire equal rights with the this State. It.is :certainly the(desire.ff.tk'.i of the mails from the East,West and ers, (for they tried both) :when, intht' "tuigff' T '

f owing to the presence of so many citizens of whites. The blacks'will hold the offices and General Government. and it is unquestio>aably; South, be kept up with such regularity and ta- 1844, he. frankly told them some/.pja

}) East Florida from St. Ag"ustine and the varif' control the revenues. Another Hsyti will thus the beat interest of this State, to remove the cility as at present." and announced to them the course l,atatt. ,,'

\;: ous towns on the st.Johns, and since the period arise in the fairest portion of the Union, and Indians peaceably to the West, if possible.- We have been informed, the Clerks of i the pursue in regard to them. -

I r',i ef the Seminole war,no ball Florida was more then at length will fanaticism and ambition Whether sufficient ,time has yet elapsed since mail boats, whose business it is to deliver and Since that time the party has given, & -as

K( crowded. St. Augustine in particular deserves curse the hour when it made aa irreparable the peace to again agitate the question of rera receive the mails, that the Western mail 1 has reasen to think more favorably of itspr pla.

? the sent by her error doubt In not since the first day of last January arrived Its conduct at the '
; credit for large delegation val, may, I think, admit of some any present moment, mgreaafactiouslyembarrassing ?
y and we were happy to see that they were gratified It is to avert this tremendous evil, that the event it seems reasonable that every' resource at Garey's Ferry in time to be carried South by the 8oversa cot

*+* at the reception given by Jacksonville to south must now rouse from its lethargy,and in should be systematically tried to induce themto either ot the 'boats on their way up the St. in the prosecution of a foreign war-whm!

[ji.' their gallant fellow townsman. To St. Augus- saving itself also save the Union. We must de- emigrate before force is again inserted to, to Johns river. Major A. Crichtoa has also in- Southern Whist have bartered away,',tai base

I j j' tine we aro also much indebted for the brilliant Clare our position, and this must be the maintenance effect that object.I formed us that the Western mail arrives at party purposes, our rights and interest* to ti+.

I display of beauty and exquisite dancing which of the full rights guaranteed to us by do not pretend to any deep knowledge ot Jarey's Ferry on Tuesdays and Fridays, i between Northern fanatics, will drive many aiTkoiw_ i
the constitution. We must listen to the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock A. M of from '" "' '
C so astonished our guests from the colder lati- no compro- the; character of the Florida Indians. But Whig its ranks, who will prtfer;: to e '

K trades of the North, and we feel confident that lise. We must play with no ambitious and there are very few instances in the history or those days;consequently either the latter gentleman counter the malicious attacks of UDP i taei pW'

!' **. the frequent exclamation uttered in our pres- crafty demagogue. We have above alluded tQthe the Indian Relations of the General' Government and the steamboat clerks are ia error, or scribblers,to the self-reproach of retnaiabi i is

I I..i. nco by these more cold blooded but equally resolutions of Alabama, and they embody when persevering and skilful negotiation the citizens of Black Creek have made a palpable communion'with a detutiontliztd party! '1

It1'.. susceptible strangers, to the effect that the the only position which the South can hold. accompanied with presents and plenty of money misrepresentation. Your correspondent can't condescend to vii:
,' Let this be read in the family of citizen We are induced to place the most implicit} '
;;..r whole Union could not have matched the entertainment every have failed to purchase the Indian laid licate his motives from the malicious up .
'/' was uttered ia conviction and sinceri- the South. Let him look upon it as a solemn and remove their occupants, in other cases. I confidence in Major Crichton'0 representation, ions of the Whigs. His own self respect tot:

*;. ty. As a compliment to Maj. LORIITC, Floridat declaration made at a period when the constltu- haTe no doubt but that the operation will be as he has very frequently been at Mr. C01'S; bids it. His confidence in the esteem of"ti

,I. could: not have done better. tion is to be invaded. Let him cling to it, and more difficult and expensive with Florida Indiana when the Western mail arrived, and, therefore: whoso opinion he most values::, J'entlcridt ujaessary. .
sternly resolve never to yield the issue. The could not be mistaken in regard to the time. He believe moreover that there
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than it has been with the Northern and<
THE SOUTH AND THE PRESIDENCY. Legislature of Alabama uttered the alarum oC Western because the Florida Indians are still The steamboats bound South arrive at, and; few, even among his I'eiler--no, nutterk:

.;;: It requires but little reflection to perceive : the South when they declared it "to be the nal under the; effect of successful warfare that leave Garey's Ferry on every Monday and: I much they rave,-who do\&btore'trtli, doth
:;, that the present Presidential contest is the most : ural and indefeasible right of each citizen oC Thursday morning ; therefore, if the Western the uprightness of his political inteutiou
them and inaccessible under the in .
keeps: shy mail arrives there on Tuesdays and Fridays, ,
momentous of that have this rep each and State of the to I
any agitated every Confederacy reside the sincerity of his political profewions.l .
fluenceota strong love of Florida and its impenetrable -. there cannot be such a complete and thorough
i' public. For the first time in our history a sectional with his property of every description in recesses, and above all, on the subject connection of the mails, cue the worthy citizens I ? i<7/clurge.i ::)&. John with .currttons i:
;: feature has been introduced into the cat i any Territory which may be acquired by the of Carey' Ferry would, if their 3d Resolution usc''; u. the able Kcsiator from DuvaL3 ,:ithi. -
under the wholesome of
of removal
J vase, and fanaticism allied with criminal ambition arms of the United States or yielded by treaty; sway a were entitled to credit, have the P. M. General *clurjeyourcom>pondent plead:tnotgair. .
wide spread democracy that consults the wishes and the Public believe.
t'l. .avercsolvcd to ride into power by despoiling with any foreign powerCONGRESS.." the humblest individual in the State; on As the Western mail arrives at that place on ." lie has not; that he w aware of, transctai;

the South of the rights guaranteed to it by; this question the chiefs: of the Florida Indians the above mentioned days, it, of course, has to l't!the legitimate boundary of fair and r rte '
. i.. Ae ConsUtu () It is useless to conceal the remain there until the next mail day, before it tic.il tlitfciissiou. It was riainly not hbumtiou .
haTe ever possessed little or no authority over
'.; fact. It is pressed toe palpably our attention can go South, which would be on the following
upon In Senate, un 8th February, Hr. Yule.presented their eople-the hat been the and to treat the Hon. Senator wilt jh i
consequence londays Thursdays.If
j ,.. The Wilmot Proviso is but a cloak toy the memorial of Benedict Madeore, Vi- on-fulfiment of almost every treaty for emigration the Western letters and papers of the citizens slightest personal tlisrenpect. He had aright: :

fbrce the Southern States to emancipate their car General of Florida,and pastor of the churchof that has been made with them. The residing South of Black Creek, on the lUver to i hold uj. to public ridicule, a public documdit t r

, 7 slave property. St. Augustine, end the memorial of the trustees At. Johns and its vicinity, were of as much full ot"Mol.mrJitieer. This he did, uudaotBiujre. g
be effected
remedy seems plaiu-if nothing can
to them in mercantile and agricultural" -
:jri Yet,although this election is so momentous: and members of that church, praying thretransfer < the chiefs deal with the No importance llt"'attributed to the Senator,no basw
through people. point of view as the people of Garey'sFerry
.f* to the South, and although. in comparison to the to its rightful owners of the property doubt exists but that the great body of the Indians endeavor to prove that theirs are, they corrupt motive fur his conduct, as has l been dow'

i ether States of the Union we are in a minority, belonging to the church, which was improperly are opposed to emigration ; but there it would petition for the Western mail to be delivered < to himself, by this under-strapp Although
: we have still the power to defend ourselves, if conveyed to the United States at the cession at Jacksonville every Sunday und Wednesday he wj.< tojiiMinted with interesting portion
circumstance of climate.
no country or connection could
:'" the South is only true to its own interests and Florida, public property, by the Spanish evening, BO that the mail boats of the jji'UiJor'a: political history b turbodto
i that will hold against man's interest when carry it on their way up the river, and thereby
. M, resolute in maintaining her rights. Partisanship authorities; which were referred to the sees and understands where that interest diver them ttrte'days earlier than they are avail hin.sil; of the temptation it afforded;fthe .

,! can have no place in this struggle. We I Committee on Private Land Claims. lies. If the chiefs alone, nor the old men, northe I received by the present arrangement.The ill,!"....- nee of political enmity if u. rtlany.
-.: have too much at stake to trifle any portion of : The bill for the relief of William Marvin, in will listen then citizens of Alligator and Columbus, i ifthey It he alludes to it now, it is not M muchfor
I young men, separately, f had "great and important mercantile
: onr influence away. The election of the Speaker confirming the title to a tract of land in Florida any th-r of, just retaliation forirhid'
\ ,, there is great probability that together they and agricultural" interest to suffer, might In; purpctoe .
tf-, of the House of Representatives is an evidence granted by the Spanish Government to Bernardo will; and I think the last is the precise and truth inform the P. M. Ueucral, that ii' hewouhi hts i "'oultilloubt1e IJe excused, as to how tu

: of our power as a minority, and of the Segui on the twentieth of December, eighteen proper course to be pursued from this time send the Western mail direct from daisplace I rbcarjUicr which has marked'his conduct.
.' manner in which it can be bartered away to hundred and fifteen, was read the second time ( to Tallahassee, via IlarbersAlligator and Duval mujt hi'YC.known well St Join
i with these Indians. If the reservation cannot Columbus, they would receive their Kortbcn ; as as ;,
;.:... serve party purposes. The iadignact manner and considered as in Committee of the Whole; .be t purchased and the Indians removed by a succession papers and letters ut Alligator, b forethe mail'lindtr th itii iu able irAi ig Senator1"wa+, u*few frue

in which this shameful act of Southern Representatives and no amendment being made, it was reportedto : of negotiations at Grand Councils oftheir the present schedule leaves Garty's Furry: ago," U regular 1 Van Butt Loctftco, and:till
has been rebuked by a great portionof the Senate.-It was ordered to bo read a 1 and at Columbus about the same time lu reference he held a lucrative sinecure office under tEe i 3
nation, when money of course is not to be .
that of the 6th Resolution which
to
the Southern leads us to hopo.. that a third time. part ,
press
ministration Dart
of that Locufoco President!
wanting, then their fate is inevitable. But thecruise says that, "they do now upon the slightest pretexts -
similar false step will not soon occur again. In Senate, on 9th February, said-bilI was humanity the character of the General and without sufficient cause, leave oatthis might.moreover, have known,if be bad char
... To the preservation of our influence as a minority read third time and passed.In their the river to
a Government and the interests of the people ofthis place on way up safetime < to infona himself on this interesting-portktflf
,
fi all the energies.of the South should now Senate, on 10th February, Mr. Westcott and little expense:' we will merely say, the -:tble Datorti" political biography )tiat
I State imperatively demand that no means ,
that it is false and absurd that itmust
be directed and the : so grossly '
of
-I preservation our rights a petition from West Florida askinga saidf
presented abort period of the extinction e f the :
t II : shall be left untried to induce them to emigrate, meet with the condemnation of every rational -
cm only be secured by availing ourselves of division of the lands the of the
for
public
use i without again calling up the horrors of a seven man who is at all acquainted with thematter. rinecure: officethe Senator quitted theDemoerttparty -
this minority influence during the approaching United States. ye"ra' war. ic 4n disgust,"caught the"cc<>n fever7!<
, I. election.To We believe that they are perfectly sincere inthe
. j' Also, Mr. Westcott, from the Committee on 18-10, and wheeled into the Whig ranks 'No*;
. 1.1- By the treaty ef 1842, it was understood bythe 7th Resolution,for actions speak louder thai
:! the Legislature Alabama. the South i Claims, reported a Bill providing for the obtaining words.V e should consider ourselves unfortunate in freshening up this little piece of history..
of this State that and fix-
;I I.''. owes the declaration of the position which the of testimony in relation to claims for people a regular if we had"their sympathy or support;- John would,by no means, be understood td ittribute -
: South is to occupy. We are proud to tee that losses in the late war in Florida. ed boundary was assigned to the Indians which I Isuch support which would be about the same aa themoss any improper mot.?e te the Senator.The .-

'1 there is one State which. penetrates the specious In Senate, on 14th February, Mr. Westcott they were bound by that treaty not to pass. It gives to the tree-showy but destructive. coincidences ore certainly remarkable; but
is the fact, it becomes the duty of the Gen.eral .As their committee acted upon the motion of aMoon
., veils whereby our constitutional rights are attempted presented a petition of citizens of Florida, pray- Government to confine the Indians within we are not surprised at their deliberations remarkable coincidences rill happen, say whit
{ -., to be wheedled or threatened from us. ing the establishment of a mail !route from being without doubt, of that class of men, we may! -
To Alabama belongs the credit of boldly declaring klachua, Florida, to Geneva, in Alabama ; anda their limits while they reside in Florida. The whom the moon drives to foolishness.: Dural will not be thanked by his friend poOrinTiting
those of citizens of Florida the rritoryof Florida was received into theUnion FERNANDEZ, B1SBEK & McNELTY, au.derj
; rights which were guaranteed to us petition praying establishment enquiry into men's motives for
with this flat the face Mail Contractois.FOK .
by the constitution and of proclaiming the of a mail route from Ucheeana to treaty lying upon ing; old political ties. Those who live in g leas

a issue upon which the great struggle of the day Milton in that State; which were referred to of her Constitution course the General [ THE NEWS.] houses ought to be extremely cautious; and/" r

'h is to be fought It will be recollected that the the; Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads. Government or its agents cannot extend the Mr. Editor-One oldie satellites, or serenaders there: are one or two other glass houses-not

Whig members fnm Alabama, alone, refused to Mr. observed, in offering these petitions, boundaries of that treaty within this. S'tatewithout of "the able Senator from Duval," baacome very far from the Senator'as-which would beta

l>rtl%! Tote for a Wilmot proviso speaker. that; the people of West Florida had for sometime the consent of the General Assembly.- out in a Georgia newspaper, with an arti- considerable danger if there was- a general

Every day reveals more and more the ultimate J complained of the mail arrangements Besides, no substantial reason can be given for cle every way worthy of such a paternity. throwing pf stones! lireroum sat.9
V intentions of ambitious demagogues at the there as a nuisance and if permitting the Indians to go out of their reser- there for.Duval
; a remedy was not He commences with such a flourish,as to lead But, Mr.Editor,what necessity was :
North, and the bitter truth that there are few provided, they would prefer its being Abatedto Tatton for the purpose of visiting Fort Brooke one to suppose he was about to annihilate allopposition 4o leave the United States .and..go to>.

"'e can trust, few that we can turn to in our : continuing at present. or any other place in Florida. The statement to the doctrines of the Judiciary Georlia to defend the Hon. Senator, ,it thajj.t

hour of need. The Democratic party of tho On the 14th and 15th lust, Mr. Yulee ad- of Bowlegs; thatIf he can Git sum Putty'Colfsrcow Committe'e-that, he was preparing to rebuild was really his object? If he had ukedyOW

State of New York were divided upon this Iressed the Senate in explanation and supportof And homespun He Sont Want To Go tny from the very foundation, the fallen political politely perhapsyou would have lenthima
,
; question, and that section which seemed most his substitute for the resolutions of Mr. 'WMr tls&.but Charlotte's Harbor to get it, is fabric of his patron, to assist him in the repairs corner of the News for this purpose., We have

t? {favorable to the rights of tho South, was sue Dickinson. The substitute read as follows: conclusive. And I am informed by a'respecta- of his shattered logic, to aid him in the collection 110 means of knowing: who 'this ..knighFlnui!

v cessful. It was, therefore, with considerable Resolved, That the territory belonging to, or bl6 i citizen of the county of Hillsborough' thatwhen of political and statistical materials for thenew mask be or what rank he holds: in, ..tlfcf.
interest that we turned to the address of the which may be acquired by the United States, is the Agent sent word to Sam Jones'tocome may ,
itbc'iraia
least varnish it
structure; or at to over,10thickly Senator' but whether
,
ho; common property of the Union,and the sovereignty and see him at Fort Brooke Jones said procession; i
convention that should
i expecting
Albany we
over the same rests in the people of "he couldn't think of anything the Agent wanted that the keenest optics could not discover bearer or cup bearer,-since he appears'tibVchosen
there find a full declaration to abide with the the several States comprising the Union. of him except to put him in the guardhouse-, a flaw in it. i the champion,-St. John i* willing! J? I II

: South. Whit was our astonishment at discovering Resolved, further, That the federal govern. and he declined the invitation" .This was We thought,if he did nothing more,.that he.would I wage ceremony d mee him on a fair fieli&: .
::1 the meat has no delegated authority nor the territorial doubt but the old '
following paragraph no a mere excuse; fellow.is the *
inherent have attempted to sustain two neta- the columns of the News, and there letft&
'j'w community any right to exercise afraid of
Democratic and its administration really being kidnapped,being sensible
have also an end party which they consider of any legislative power within the said territories I I suppose, that he is a great sinner. The secrelof ble positions assumed by the "able'Senator,"-: Pointa"atissuebe'fairlJ'discussed.. ;tj t I
momentous importance the accomplishment by which the equal right cf all the citizens I all this is, that the Indians are extremely 'Illuzt all our unexampled prosperity was'owing to Two, ; =conditions, however, must be_tan3Both
of which they have devoted all their energies. of the United States to acquire and enjoy jealous of the ,intercourse of their chiefs with tlv: election of Judges by tke Legislature:" andthat parties must write under their red 88&i
'j'i That end is the of any part of the common property may bo impaired tho Agents of Government, and the whites r" "
acquisition territory from or embarrassed. generally the people Pensacola, or Tampa Bay, and if Duval has any more 'racnrriloiis' per'salitis
Mexico not for the sake of ,and were the chiefs convinced themselves I .
by treaty
; acquisition I were better qualified to- appoint our' County to veil he must send them to the t?+*
;: ,but as the only possible indemnity and satisfaction 1. they would not dare to. mention emigration to .,. _
attainable. The end we propose is the [ros THE HEWS.] the Indians-this is the thong Jones has round officers than the;:voters of Duval t1'themaehee Nt'IIsptF. -.... '. afromtae'K,0.rica =
acquisition of tt'rritory-the end they propose, THE INDIANS m FLORIDA. Bowlegs' neck,and Bowlegs is tugging with all .But we are,..disappointed;,he..has Dotattempted
.f i< the exclusion slavery from such territory MOHEOK: COUNTY, Fla.., Jan. 1848. his might to untie the knot. ,Now the most judicious even this., lie has not met a single [ : lune, ISthastArrival i.
,
course to pursue is plain-do evjerythuizopenly ..r..e Aetr.Orleau* -. '
issue with them proposed'end.
We nuke their ;
no on
L. I notioe in your paper of the 26th of Novem. fact or of. 'your' c rreqoDd' Hedoubts ItEC1 ';
_argument
S, Our isauoisTis to their means. Theirroeina say everything openly and above board, > ,NDAYS TEB.PROM ..
t' although.entirely unnecessary, by their ber last,a communication signed"0.," in whichit to the chiefs in council in,the'immediate presence whether .they' "are umerits.'i He Important :News from Mexfcar.

t.i own admission, for the accomplishment of their is said that "Sam Jones and Billy Bowlegs of as many of the Indians as choose to at- is a complete sceptic! The steamship\ New.Orleans,'Ca P t. F4+

t' rnd, are the mot effectual that could be devisedto are openly hostile to fcwh .other. This is not tend and the hear.importance This of course the chiefs.:will and tend confirm to increase One remark,' made-by' St. 'John,' he. condoacende Auld, to whom we are..indebted for:tJiepdeUTe17

to prevent us from accomplishing ours. It i. the fact; and the statement likely to.produce their authority the Indians., And this isan to notice "although, .he says,! ecm't._ of our correspondence,arrived yeet
'", well known, and to none better than to them, among 'u ; ,_.... .. '. from Vera Cruxj'havin sailed
lh.it'the s-glutton of the question of slavery, bad effects upon settlements near the Indian important matter-itt. is not of so .much con understand it,. But .be,. oui ht'.torecoUect that day afternoon the.8th She brought .
last Dlt.
within the Democratic is fatal to its as- line, and retard immigration to sOuth Fieri- sequence to gain the chiefs.the.Indinns.with to our side as it.is to 8h'John is under; obligation to,furnish himWith aiittyotlicei Tuesday, 's,of the arm_ ,... Most'of them* -
enable them to
schooled bring them cW
cendancy. They are in that truth." da by keeping up ,an.impression- the Tour : the service. -Ttie Nairleans
upon public when they do come., HOMOSAS8 anrnderstaxding... ; correspondent, in dered en recruiting "
T.hus.e perceive that a powerful portion of mind that the Indiana ate restless and un. '' ) one.o! .'arf. iFI Vsa,!.::' "T-ere}is'nothin l e'JIor .had some thirty',other cabin,:passengf1.about .
the Democracy of the North only differ as to the ruly. Jones and Bowlegs are rival chiefs of ". ". VMBMMMM. HBMaJ, ." in : aDd_ discharged' twldlers aad quar?tt .
it is
original h'irBurrUt'srePort .
a ; a mere tinetray
sahoo
Why are children at tiko gummed i mu tr"I.D1.D.. .; The.ship:bUntede
;
l'me1n! extinguishing slavery, and not as to the Florida Indians. Bowlegs has the blood .. < :-# \jQ
the Federal -
of olds *
: >
motto .wafers?. ,Because.,yo (inust.lick their i repetitloa! :arguments, .& dlnarr, run :- :
the"end..J) And as one section! are zealous to l'O'alin his veins 'bat Jones has the substance backs to make them stick totheir !3Du atss '"he understand "'to ; Mr.Freancrttirivo at'Vera:Cruz vn S U: Ji
'. ,letterL", I .. .. '. d t can t the! blame;; -Uir .!'_ t f' ,-4.- ... I _}h
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r rthe Gonl11lQtI1.t'V hiDgt.cm He Tery much reduced and we ted theywould commend- the Wof it to those who h Ve been I I II 1-,. 'NO'ClCE''TOPPLIC'&NT.. : _, > t ,",., .., h- -

it bur days from the the:th city>111It.of Mexico.board die physicians.; they were When giYenipbytworespectabIe the doctor informed; W thate.aust I afflicted., .. as I have been.: -J Yours, &c5 'Under:tAt,/Floridarfrmed.:ftecttpofioAtftf,.,of:fte, 4M,wtglf, 1842,.&.' t.

Steamer)101i IrS for MobileTTht' .ib--I Jose them we resolTed'.to'try'jeur '. B. Purchase none tfr but W,such-YAN as,have ZA1DttN. <, :Permits were, granted for*Settlement .on Loads, wbick were net_ rurttjtt'at,di ,
wrappcrs.that "
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" 1L- .iHktaimed for two 4ara togr the I fiarsaparilla *e had heard*o much of.but had hide, fte bott1 complete1,:and hare dofttthpeiit,;,: -'_ _, : ,t3 1
. J<6SJSiU; ct in ahead-why is 'scarcely little confidences there being so much stuff ad- the written signature of S.P.- TOWNSEND.. N9TlCE'is.hereby'pen: to'the ekes cf applicants above mentioned,that the' plats of-'t4'

& tlte New Cleans however, OvertookJ Tertisrf tW is worthless: but we are very Principal Office 126 Fult:-.Sun-Building. P hare.been_duly. certified and returned, by th&i'tl :
;-J_passed her before she reached the thankful that we did for it undoubtedly caved N.Y. Redding fceo, :8 State-et BostonDjott General to'the"*District. Land Office.at. Newnansville t ,'E. 'F.j&that tht period't'o .tfu...
I:1 tte despatches brought Mr.Irean0"lf the lives of both. I write this tfeat others may &cons, 132 North Seconds Philadelphia f S. -.Wl-d'J **' A *" ,J for the pr* -JL"tfchlt* AW 'fact'vthat the settJimeit- bees etsmaenced.* and the '

the utmost importance., The nature be induced to use it. Yours respectfully, S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore< 'Dnrol &.CQ. pUtihf'u section upon b Ited,"trill ezpre di tao\W.ajpo&tte the TOwp

r._IS Dot generally kaoim at Vera Cruz JOHN WILSON. Jr. Richmond; P. M. Cohen; Charleston Wright described in the&DI16x cl1ist Those applicoAta, therefore, whoSe settteiaeatt are within airy:of

. : alOuree in which, we hare abiding *Vrtl HiTenue, Brooklyn Sept.13, l'847. &co. 151 Chartres-st'New Orleans;. 109 South' these townshps,;are requested to:,file.with; the.,Register'and Receiver,'at.KeVB UTllleErF4

l1IIIfrOD 'learD that the Mexican Congress LUNATIC AYSLUM. Pearl-st'Albany; B Van Buckirk,'292 :cor.- of on or before the.said dates,.satisfactory',prooi' ; pursuant. ,,to.the',m-t of the.Law :abovementioned "

tdddeDCI.in terms of faoe, which Gene Scott James Cummings, Esq.one of the Assistants Market .and Broad-sta. Newark .N.-J. and bj 1 ? #
, : Ct ike si lity efacceptin One in the Lunatic Ayslnm,Blackwell's Island is the principal Druggists and Merchants'generally' Such of.hOMt.t1l, -applicants'own'affidavit 'corroborated'by the testimony' ttJ'oc ,;

he kea arlicles 'or this arrangement is that gentleman spoken of in'the following letter: throughout the United States West ladies and. more disinterested ana competent witncases.'1rJ cJaprc1r should tate'all the particala at to the' ,

/ oumd United States troops shall re- RifE UMA TISIL the c-.ft* A. M. REED 'Agent settlement ,*, .,.' : '" '_ : :':
cvecetb Mexico until certain obligations are This is only one of more than four thousandcases JWIODTiUe.F1orida.Februar.T Unless the proof required,in the'foregoing, is filed, on or ,before the"date specified, the_applii

I a1.1I1fil1ed-the remainder of the troops to be of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's SarsaparUla 26, 848. lynoTicc. cants will forfeit all right,title and claim to the Land, under their.Permits., _ '.;..'', .
has cured-The and 1. -
most
fitJaJra 1I'D- severe 1 bate.11ft Dr .1" wlaf die pt'Ont r,. iant..u&
further that the preliminaries of chronic cases arc weekly eradicated by its extraordinary Town p. ltan I .
learn bp 61f1f1. .nchi ."foqllt"In.dft,. '
interest in the ":
were signed on the first day virtues : PERSONS hating an manage- .
direction of the administration .Twenty-thre tJouth. Eighteen But. January 2ath.149.; .1.-
and
tt5S,5tfce Mexican Government BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept.14 1847.DL 1 I ,
,
was entertained that the Mexi- I TOWN&END r Sir: I have suffered upon the Estate of-Payne., deceased sued Twenty-four do I Eighteen do I do do :
it DO doubt out before the Hon. Probate for Columbia Twenty-three do Nineteen do do doTweat.four
.hich was to meet in a few days terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; Judge 1 I
flcogtess Florida will take notice that do J_Nineteen do dG do :-
ntify the same by a large majority. By considerable of the time I could not eat sleepor county, please I
you1d oCtkil UC-.lty we understand that the work; I had the most distressing pains and the subscriber, administrator upon such estate Non.-The particulars as to the settlement should be,-the time when eultivatioa wss.ccmmtneed -
'be ten o1ttAia the boaadary of the Rio my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used under the provisions of an act of the Legislature the kind of crop cultivated-number of acres in c\iltivatiotf- kind of teaezcenierected .:

I nited& Xedco and Upper California. Theprcuniar1eouidention four bottles of your SarsaparilU.and they have Florida, entitled u An act to provide for -'-nvmber of persons composing the family- discriminating between adults and childres
-Grand 1\tW for these concessions is done me more than one thou&md dollars worthof : the re-establishment of the Records for the -males and females-whites and colored. ,SAML. RUSSELL Register

with that proposed in good-I am so much better.Indeed I am county of Columbia and for other purposes," JOHN PARSONS, Receiver. _

I mere irae at Tcub&ya.OuZ4tN entirely relieved. You arc at liberty to use approved January 6th, 1847, will avail himselfof LAND OFFICE, Newnansville, Florida February 5th. 1848. 3t .

he confauces tll thiS arrlnl are to the eveningtftk.2d this for the beaefit of the afflicted. the privileges therein specified, for the pur- -- ... --- ..
in*from the city of Mexico and the Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. pose of instituting copies in substance of all papers Tax Assessor's and C lleetor' .}'.
"riveanfeove-oonws to us through so COULD NOT WALK. belonging to the aforesaid administration. Notice.

rrj fhrmiticn channels and in sack authentic form that Tha Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very Can bp found BOW on file in the Clerk's office of NOT 9Eis hereby given to all persons having .: "

!Iri reason to question the fact. best remedy for. female complaints there is said county papers and instruments of writing property within the county/of '

no was captured on the 26th ult. A full no disputing; thousands and thousands of purporting to be substantial copies or counterparts Orange, that the subscriber will attend to all ,

JJSTof the expedition is furnished us by weak and debilitated females that were prostrated administrator's bond, letters administration returns directed to him. Address to*Enter.
One ofthepurpoL by those diseases to which females are and inventory and appraisement, &c, ; prise. East Florida. ;
of the our expedition correspondeuts.wa to capture Gen.Santa subject wero soon in the enjoyment of robust which were destroyed by ire on the first dayof VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Assessor '

jjn of Tehuacan. The wily Mexican, however I health. November, 1846. This notice given betterto and Collector of the county of Orange. '
at the New YORK enable the administrator to enforce his application February 19, 1848. 4t
ffwtei his escape through treachery Sept. 23, 1847. I
before the proper tribunal for a discharge
atone of hi-countrymen DR. TOWNSCSDDear Sir: My wife has for 830 REWARD.

(.oUl.Perry returned on the 8th inst. to Vera the last year been very sick, and in a greatly upon final settlement.SHUBAL BURNS. I i THE above Reward will be paid for ,
expedition to TUc.ntapam and reduced state of health, being reduced by a *
Crot from an JAS. 8. JONES the apprehension and safe delivery to
towns south. We have a report of it. but variety of complaints such as females are liableto By ,Agent. t. that
flther CHARLES or
me of man
Feb. 26th 1848. 3m ray negro
. are unable to insert it today. Our paper on ; she got so bad at length that she was entirely Alligator, he be placed in Jacksonville Jail, so

Tuesday will contain a mass of Mexican news unable to walk and was as helpless as a child; that I can get him. D. A. BURLESON. ,'
laid over to-day. she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, andshe DISSOLUTION. .
MtroiJably Two large twins left Vera Cruz on the 7th immediately began to regain her strength NOTICE is hereby given that under and by February 19, 1848. 2t : ,

for Orizaba nndvr Col. B.mkhe.id. her complaints left her, and after taking several of the articles of Copartnership entered "
consIsting iDat.-one of orer 1500 men, and the other for bottles she is restored. Being a singular into by James B. Cole, Darlia a Prescott, \PI. S. LAWTON, :'.

the city of Mexico under tat comnund of MilS. case 1 thought it might do good to publish it.- and Benjamin Wilson under the firm of Cole ACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, .
CJdwcll, of the \oltige She used a number of remedies that done her Prescott & To, on the 19th of August, 1847,the Charleston, S. C.
said firm is dissolved the consent of the
undersigned
by
-- ---- uo good previously. Yours, respectfully, REFERENCES-E. G. Jaudon Esq near Jacksonville I
I JOHN MULLEN: 87 Norfolk-st. constituting a majority of the said E. F. Gov. C. J. lcDonald Ga. C.l\1. \ '.
A Cool JJ'ItLill has been intro- firm. James B. Cole Alone is authorized to settle ; ;
( ace
the j>n crTatkm of newspapers." which au- GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. i to the late firm. JAS. B. COLE JSlmore Charleston, S. C. : :
ckrks of counties to subscribe and I IIl. D. C. PRESCOTT February 19, 1848. ty -
;lori (* I I) TOWNSEND'S SARSAFARILLA is a sovereignaii'l ,
Ilrt jcrre in a bound form all the uew'spaperajttbli. I speedy cure for incipient consumption, and Garey's Ferry, Feb..7, 1848. STATE OP FLORIDA '

.hcd in them. No better general or local tor the general prostration of the system-no Ir The undersigned will hereafter continue MONROE COUNTY.
Vustoij cau iicfouud than the newspapers, and I the business his account and all I
matter whether the result of inherent cause : on own persons
in faturf y ':" as matters of refrreuce they or causes: produced by irregularity, illness or !I indebted to the late firm of.Cole, Prescott & Co. Benjamin Megio i.

jot Aalu&t.t.n. nocideut. will make immediate payment, and those having Ta. J In Chancery.Sawyer "
'. __._ __ Thomas Taylor, Philip 1t
Nothing can be more surprising than its invigorating demands, when due, will present them. :
and James Filor.
ll1flinrnr"tn ry Xoticr.-Anionp the notices. effects on the human frame. Per- Feb 19.5t. JAS. B. COLE. '
iiuon4to; CuJUt" bcl'ore the Uritish Parliament.i sjus all weakness and lassitude, from taking it I T appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas ,
UIAOLVTION. Taylor and Philip Sawyer defendants in the -
bj' Cut Thouj on.to, call tKe attention 3
become robust anl full of underits
ut
once I
energy Copartnership heretofore existing un bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the
of tic Louse to the tarts and consequences of THE
influence. It immediately counteracts the the firm and style of Dell & Russell is State of Florida,and that the said Thomag Taylor
mv.isiou Me xico.
thepnwent! of i uerree.avs' of the female frame,which is thegre.it dissolved mutual The said ;:
this that the
day by consent. resides in Europe, and Philip
., *
-- ------ -- -- -- -- cuirf of barrenness.
I business of the late firm will be settled by Philip Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi
11ARIE IJ\'r i:L LIU EX c E.
It will of in of -
not be
expected cases so .
II ulz Dell. All those indebted will please call and It is Ordered That said defendants appear
------ ----- .
POUT JACKSONVILLE. FEBRUARY. delicate a nature, to exhibit certificates of cures make payment. PHILIP DELL and answer the said bill otherwise it shall be '

-. ___-__-.-_-_-.. -. .-- ___-__-_-__' -u.-.._- performed, but we can assure the afflicted thathundrels SAMUEL RUSSELL. taken pro confesso.It
ARUIVED. of cases have been reported to us. Flemington, Feb. 19th, 1848. 3t further, Ordered That copy of this Order '
I DK. TOWNSEND : My wife being greatly distressed ,
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} be published in seine newspaper printed in
Feb. 20th.-U. S. Steamer Wm.Gaston, Capt.
weakness and and Wanted
by general debility
t Corbfrt 01 hours from Savannah, to Feraanli I the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a monthfor
GENTLEMAN Tutor in if
suffering continually by pain and with other A YOUNG as a a
ti nine months in reference to the said Thomas
& Bisbee. difficulties and known where _'il family one whose qualifications "
having cases your private months in
Taylor and once a week for four
,
i Feb.23dU.S.Steamer Ocnraulgee.McNelty, medicine has effected great cures; and also I and moral character would recommend him for *.'
reference to the said Philip Sawyer.
,m Saranuak, to Ferniuxiez &liisbo hearing it recommended tor such cases as I have such a situation. To such an one a liberal sal LANCASTER
.
JOS. B ,
CLEAltED. described,. I obtained a bottle of your Extractof I ary for the service will be given. Apply to Circuit of Flcu'ida.THOS. ,
Judge So.
Feb. Wd.-Steamerfm.. Gastoa lIurbert, und followed the directions OSCAR HART
Sar&ipiirilla you I
F. Kino SoLforCompPt -- ,
& \nun.\. In short it removed her Jacksonville Feb.,19 1848. A
gave me. a period complaints ,
t I F,b. i5th.! -Steamer Ocamwl jeejMcNtlty, Sa and restored her to health. Being I CoUector's Key Wes, February 19, 1848. 9m
Tax Sale.ON --
nna.b. for the benefits she received I take Nassau
_. grateful the first Monday in May next, between In Circuit Court,
---- --- ---- -- in thus it and
1bit.. TOW.VSBXl'ScMpuN ) EXTRACTSARSAPAKILLA. pleasure knowledging recommending I usual hours of sale will be sold for EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA:
it to the .
,
public.M. 1 the State and tax so much of the undivided COUNTY or DUVAL: In CUANCEKY.
D. MOORE, cor. of Grand & Lydius sts. I county Moore :
'I interest of William Hickman and others Mary. )
This Extract is btlies-it. ii Albany, Aug. 1844. S Bill for Divorce.
put up in quart of the Waterman lands, as will pay the sum of vs.
'af/.r't ChWpT. pleasant, and wM.rl"doutl"llllu- TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIESThis J seventy-five dollars, and the cost and charges Henry Moore.. )
)I' ri'ir to any nold. It cur.'s diseases without Extract of Sarsap.irilla has been expressly I attending the advertisement and sale thereof; iT having been made satisfactorily to appearby

'ii.iri.j,}'*?Z'MJ,sickening or debilitating the patient prepared in reference to female complaints.No I' boundaries unknown to the subscriber. and affidavit: that Henry Moore, the defendant
awl i j. jiinicularly dapte for a ftrieule who has reason to suppose she is approaching ALSO, named in the above entitled cause, resides '&

FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. that critical period, the turn of life," On the same dill will be sold so much of the beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, out -
Th* and of thU Sar- should take it. it is certain ) this State and in the State of New York therefore
jrcAt bauty superiority neglect to as a preventive lands of Mrs. Fleming, and A. Low, as will pay ,
wparilU, 'ver all other remedies ig. it era- for any of the numerous and horrible i the State and county tax. The amount of the on motion of Gregory YAle Esq., Solicitor
die Hes diseise, it invigorates the liaeases to which females are subject at this J taxes due on said lands is forty dollars. The for said complainant, .
i bo-iy, cunsumptiuE cured, time of life. This period may be delayed lor 1! Fleming lands lie on Thomas' swamp.A. It is Ordered, That the said defendant appear of
cleanse and strengthen, 'several years by using this medicine. Nor is it J. BRADDOCK, II and answer the bill of complaint of said complainant ,' I

consumption can be cured, iess valuable for those who are approaching Tax Collector, Nassau county. within four months or the same will *
kronochttis ooimumption liver compliant, w vomauhood as it is calculated to assist nature February, 1848. bo taken as confessed against him. ;
oll coughs catarrh asthma, spitting ?iy quickening the blood and invigorating the And it further Ordered, That a copy of this ,
of bioo.l,soreness in the ch !st, system. Indeed, this medicine is invaluable for Alacliim Tax Collector's Sale.ypLL Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, -

.h?:ti'j tiuih, night sweats, dimc ill the diseases to which women are subject.It be offered for sale at public outcry, I be published in some newspaper,printed within ;.* ,
lit or promuc expcc- braces the whole system, renews permanently front of the Court House in the town 1 1I the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week consecutively l,1 of :-
tor.vtion and pain the natural energies-by removing the of Newnansville in said county on Monday the for four months. of
I
iu the side. &c. impurities of the body-not so far stimulating 14th day of August next within the legal hours : THC DOUGLAS, Judge.I .

have and he system as to produce a subsequent relaxation of sale a sufficient portion of the undivided in- OSCAR HART; Clerk of said Court, do here ,

. can be which is the case of most medicines taken terest of the following named persons in and to by certify the above to be a correct copy of in.
.
cured.ProbiWy i Tor female weakness and disease. certain tract of land known as the Arredondo order made and entered of record in the above .

there never was a remedy that haslet DISEASE OF THE HEART, RUPTURE Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereonfor entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day ,

. to Kuccs-inful in desperate c,we*of consumption AND DROPSY.NEW the State and county, for the year 1847, February, A. D., 1848. to

as this; itclfcUHCs and strengthens the YORK,July 22, J8.J.G. and all cost and charges for the advertising and IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto ,
- frttm.mil appears to' heal the ulcers on the DR. .TowNsEND-Dear Sir: My wife has sale thereof to wit: 8.1 my hand and affix die seal of said *

, hng, an! the patients gradually regain their been Afflicted with a disease of the heart, and The undivided interest or portion of Blood- Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk.

,. Mual health and strength. with a terrible rupture for over fifteen years, good and Thos. Tilleston. February 19, 1848. 4m if"
. CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. the greater part of the time. She has been The interest of Charles A. Jarvis. --

. Thwe is scarcely a day passes but there are troubled with shortness breath and great fluttering The interest of Noah Jarvis TVPEPOUNDRV, .

number of cases of Consumption reported a? of the heart, which has been very dis- The interest of Jeromus Johnson. 59 Gold_ corner of Ann street, N. York. a-

1 cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's ''lh Teasing, and has frequently been unable to The interest Alexander Muir. subscribers have taken the Type Foun ,

the fullowiag was recently receive' : .<.ve her bed. The rupture was very large The interest of Mordecai Myers. THE and will continue the business lately of
. DL TOWNSENO-Dear Sir: For the last md severe. She tried almost every remedy for The interest of Mordecai M. Noah for the conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto ,- :.

t\rce years I have been afflicted with general such cases with but little benefit When she years 1846 and '47. all orders they may receive with.punctualityand
) 'bility,and nervous consumption of the last had taken but three bottles of your excellent The interest of Ichabod Prall. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by

.. Kage,and: di1notcxpcctto ever gain my health I medicine she was entirely relieved ofthe disease The interest of Aaron Peck for the years them will be Hand Cast and,they will furnishall '

,t >J ill After going through a course of medicine of the heart and .tho rupture has almost entirely 1846 and '47. \ kinds of Printers' Materials, of the best qual- -, .
under the core of some of the most distin- di! ppeared. The interest of Cyrus Perkins. ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in

1-. ru hed regular physicians and members of the She has ao had the dropsy, and was very The interest of Rogers and Price. superintending the manufacturing department. ,

. Board of H4lthiu New York and elsewhere, much swollen. We had no idea that she could The interest of John N. Sayer. Proprietors of newspapers,who have. not ad- .

I and spending the most of my earnings in attempting be so ben 5 filed, as she had such a complicationof The interest of John M. Seaman. vertised for (he subscribers who may publish f

to regain my health, and after read- diseases. But it has as strange as it may appear The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for this notice for three'months, will be entitled to '.

Rig j m some paper of your Sowparilla I resol- relieved her of the dropsy. I am aware the years 1846 and '47. receive pay in type, on purchasing five
. Tef to try it. After using six bottles I found it hat this statement is so strange as to appear The interest of Wm.Thorn,for the years 1846 the amount of their.biU for advertising. "..

done IDC_ great good, and called to see you a: almost like fiction but it is. nevertheless, sober and-'47. Old Type taken in exchange for new, at 9 .cts f -

JOur office; with your advIce I kept on, and do reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valuable The interest of John Townsend. per Ib. ., # -
Borth rtilythankyou foryour advice. Iperiu medicine. and should be used by everyone The interest of Israel Foote. 55The Type with which the "NEWS" is }

U'tre takIng the Sarsaparilla,and baTe been that is suffering as we have been. If any The interest of Jesse Delano printed, was cast at this establishment
able taattcal to my usual laUrs for the las' disbelieve this account they are at liberty to The interest of Shivers Parker or 0. M. Dor- WHITING & TAYLOR,

fElt man anti 1 hope bl the blessings of God call at my house and have ocular demonstration.Yours Successors to Robert'Taylor.
man.The ,
interest Alfred Deforest or 0. M. Dor-
I ur&ruparm..tocontil1ue my health.- ,respectfully 1. February 19, 1848. 3mExecutor's ;
Wn d ne beyond the expectationsofall that WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 Jamest man. .
\
Ul "fill.: CHARLES QUIMBY.l'Uge.E The interest of Benjamin L. Waite or' 0. 'M. Notice.' "
ALL Creditors,'Legatees and persons
x Co.N.J. 1847.ate DYSPEPSY.No Dorman. TO
Aug.
2 '
claimsagainst
& Barnabas Osburn. for the entitled to distribution-or having
'INt1lJ Jersey, Essex Coty, .-Chas fluid or medidine has ever been discovered The interest of late
the Estate of Jacob Suraerlin I
h.uunb>beng dull sworn according to law, on which 80 nearly resembles the gastric juice years 1846 and 47. deceased-Notice. is hereby .
: and The interest of Thomas C.Doremus. Columbia county,
food
Batth that the foregoing statement h or saliva in decomposing strengtheningrhe the Estateof
trecoordinto this of The interest of Rufus Davenport. given that letters testamentary on ;'
the best of hislcnowledge and organs digestion as preparation the .
on '
were granted
b1Ler i the said deceased
,
of The interest James Suydam.
CIIA8. QUIMBY.subscribed Saroparilla. It positively cures every case
SworIR4 i chronic. The interest of John Rodman'for the years 18th day of January,'1848, by the Judge of Probate
to before me at Orange.st lyspepsia however severe or State of Fla .
the 2d for said county ,f Columbia
A 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN BANK DEFAaTMENT, ALBAVT, May 10, 1843. lS48and'47 '
marked'on and that all ;claims and demands will ,be barred l .
s .Justice of the Peace. DL TowitsEWD-Sir: I have been afflictedfor The interest of Thomas Dexter,as !
11", _. several years with dispepsia in its worst the map of said Grant, owner not known. ,for at the end of two years from unless the day filed j- .;
Testamentary
;
said letters
'TWO. of loss the 1846 and 47. granting "
CHILDREN SAYED.roOf. form attended with sourness stomach yean which
time of
within that r
made ,
for the and to appear
f :; tw families Indeed-in fact we, have ,>appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great The interest of Susan Murphy,' .years. concerned ,will take notice. All "
all .1
!, : of one-that' usc4,Dr.,Townsend's, aversion to all kinds of food' and for weeks 1846 and 47. persons the said estate -.-
demands ,
&:1I1 PHIl in 1 have been unable to retain The interest of Henry Dudley, for the years claims and against .
the
, time lost any children post (what I could eat) Thomas Dexter at the ; *" :
, rendered to D. ,
5tZTtr,'While those that sickened and i ut small stomach. I tried the 1846aud'47.- *
did not a portion on my ..
;
tIl: *h had but little or no The interest of George J. F. Clark,for theyeini'1846 Mineral Springs, in said.countJ. r .
clnI,5 *certiBcaie! we, publich below is con- isual remedies, but they anti ,- :, .-- '! THOMASD.DEXTEBi ** t
widence oUts va1ti&ndionly anoth- ffect in removing the complaint I was induced 47. > JOHN A.'SUMERLIN. "
'
q LT>M**its I the children about months since to try Extract THOS. C. ELLIS, late Sheriff BRooKs
jug lives Of :. two your ROBERT'W. t
3-'
Tax'Collector
and Ex-officio
'lz to"C'AOS 'Dear.J5ir: : I had';two:chil- Sarwparilla, and I must say *with little conSdence "* : Executors of the said Estate. I p
tn for Alachua
e4..4 by your Sarsiparilla of the summerpib ;,but after using nearly two bottles, I > "' count7Pebrar19l4LI : 1848. 3a i
:5t
and dysentery ; ono was only 15 found my appetite restored and the heartburn:: '. 1 Jf \ t ... '. ,' !.m..*... If r SA-.O' ,' : Alligator.0-: .., February. i.. _" : .\ T. I,,


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rt 830'REWA1UK r; *\ ,.r:<|'| j jt OT TStfeBff's Sale. IMniuItii coa .t tSI" r.tit'l 'tes H: UBRNEtRTOECTIZN8 SJtat r Eg l : I 4I

I rifHE above reward will*be paid for.lhe apr 'I YITILIiBESOLDVL : 'ot eol ,! jSOTTH'E74ROJ12INAJEORGrM .J..tJ."J 1 'Ur .
,
IJLt 'prehension of Malhew C."'Eubanks/who is I t- '(Sale$ tltIlmday' it 1ar A.)V. f : ., s1arobA.: D.-h.s48.. bf6ic thitOoiitouiO1nthe w izef iMA jJMls ,MESSR&HOLII.'Iet it..i'If

S ebarP1.with horse-stealing and.other,crimes. B VIR'l'UEo.f a.wriktof-FieitF4cIais- I; I : 9l" .pt 1 t9,1.th legal it:8I8SJk'Pl.t7'ENNES8EB FLdM.Th 1';ii I

.. The said Eabanks left this County about thefirst sued from the:.Clerk's office ofthe.; Circuit -':hours, theifoll6wngipropIerl! rt-I ,Mt i''f J.JI-LOUISl N (M J.t m 4r f. 7r.i. b i1db&t..lllOet1 e4 i1. ; ,

of Mn.y.l:1.St, and is, now believed to be in .Court for theC6unty of Duval,Eastern Circuit'of : "A'STEAMSA\V, : ;;MHiC Jieai Columbui wMtU, : ft tLOW;ME'to biitttent! to'oni6fj kflawazn&&tk'roveentjfrbni'N hD '

; EfttFlondx' F O ldj in which WiUiam Campbellliplaintiff !its engine' ;!boUers feawj::bands,.machineryriaiidajppttrtenances. .,. ftth&: thtt and m st\fU FIn dicii i 1ia.udedito tht1Nto ui t

Sail:Ettbanks Is.about 26 9r,28 years,of age ; o M..J. Bowden is e fendanIhave I .>ran'd,eigh'tyracresx9f-land, upon ( f t! 'wYor .ful1i I,
** 4"' '*'* ***** A** net dislc)f is'Tibt'ttry'ipteptton tofts* if
1 rather? s jmade: broad across the shoulders, levied, upon,and will. expose i'.1bO.fore !.which. said mill ptands*','lying eituatedndbejiig j-ymiwith .a long lind tirw e1 jtls 1tr Groee 4 .JIud..nu u- )

of about six feet in height ,red or sandy hair, the Court H usfdoorin.he'Town; of Jacksonville : i :" houlders stooping. face round, complexion on Monday the 8ixthdayof.March1: j\ I 8OitbZ4st iit1 filw r.CoJum1) pices.i :* : ,
: respectable famllfes in'the United Stat s. most : ; t ; H 1t. ;
l ,
blue histhat 1848 _the following described property'toi jrit*. f' h lt flI'z kr h .. ., 1
:t *
light-or sandy,and eyescomplains.of : 1 41etubMi, 4r p :of mye rti v m' .ts cIty- >Saannb Theyovear lto' ,
e
breast.-and has cough causes'hoarseness, a Negro,Slave_ ,Mary, aged about19 Iea. "'. ,, ;Nash anG- Meclfl3ainee_ _. viojiaa3CrX Wrif t1Fierr'Fa where I retndermd own State, i -dotherpmln/ 'i ,
tnnrom'your 1..t.
.:dresses 'genteel, and when in this neighborhood Levied upon as the property ot said,defendant -' ,.45 lsu1 :frmCohmb*. Circii .wheith,1rleaiciD 118iu itK t Dd hs- hJgbe8t rt"ra_' 'm aa" :."
Cumberland Presbyterfati and to be sold Jo satisfy said writ of fierifacias infaO r' t rib 11dX Qt Janes B sat
passed,himself off as a ; ICOi'; :tonishU S ritha omt'ifltfdoiii tselt 'Oe" : oo'consigiajents to thIrMjflndChar1estoxijoisNewiY
'
1' Treacher-he also professed to belong : .THOMAS. LEDW1TH;,Sheriff I .Cole and Georg
Tp to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Feb. Duval' County.. .1 X"Nash".,'i and I"...Merrick. ,.JJJ3.:: ,-_ :_r: Fever and Ag ,{wW 1it it the.very -Thejhs're-1 D Wj an e 'W '

riven us. the said Eubanks was arrested near Jacksonville _5,1848._ LSO.' short'space of'Ttretve'Hotire, it has(:heter. been Phmgbssto whuili they would etr1 1i \,e*
East Florida Tor his misconduct THAtlindivided third0fn undivided .
in ALL the -
Bay ,
Tampa SHERIFF'S SALE. ; known-fo* fail to effect-a certain cure; 'The'li attention of Plantewl >z'';
_and asbe passed himself for J. Rober- VIRTUE of writ of Fieri Facias issued fourth.of ihbse two sections of land,.lYing,Sltu- i .
; a i Medicine harmless "sarid\; a tasteless 1 e.' Jacksonville NOT. 6, 1846. tf I I"t' .
-, ton,he was brought to Montgomery by the BY out of the Circuit Court of the Eastern ate and being in the eounty pf Columbia, East 1 whichwJirmake St" pillar" Medicine' ..., .r ,_ J _" -

r. Sheriff Benton County, Florida upon the Circuit of the State of Florida forthe Florida known as lot number;five,:"offrd ttoi4'section ,in the Southern States. :The; Medicine"con- ;: :-- C ,JI,:8111"1.irt-

i supposition that he was Jesse Roberson who county of Duval, at ,November Term, 1846,1 twenty-four;'township: number lonei ,tains'no' mineral preparation whatever but is a > 11J.Fl.QCo 4 't' hi'

.:. was charged with forgery, and who broke jail will expose to public sale, in front of the CourtHouse :range number eleven, "containing 6ne hundred !harmless Vegetable matter only.To 1.Planters ,y '. ',CoIJt_ : t111'n'. ., ,

,j' in Montgomery last spring; but, as he proved ,in the Town Jacksonville,in said county ;and eighteen'acres;'and lot number six, township :this Medicine is a valuable: preparation,,as it, Sarah Hunter,: '. :' l.1A :J .. .1.1It

not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: on the first Monday in March next, between and'range as above,,"containingtone] hundred cures all cases in1 twelve hoursj" and does not ., YI.. ., "- -B'J'j .-cE1ijahBu ._ :._". t

t. and we have reason to believe he will make his the legal hours of sale on that day,the undivided and.fifty thrAe acres; towards East Florida as his health is such of land in the town of C lunbtis/viz.:.lot number havingbee]. .,
? way right, title and interest of Sarah Acosta in done'is to take.the Medicine and'to"go'to work.' 1'f 'Ppevlto. .. .
is to induce him to make his way to a more two certain tracts of land, one lying and being, forty-eight,lying,situate and being between .To' the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicineas faction ,'of,the Court, that Ehijsim

Southern circuit. in the Mandarin Neighbourhood on which she BrOadway :fana Cypress 'streets 'between'' it does not contain mercurial or miiieral'preparitidn I' the Defendant in thyabove:i, .'...namedaides 'c

L., SAMUEL S. SMITH. now resides, the other at the head of Boggy fourth and fifth streets, fronting n'BoadwAY whatever any and is"'therejorOa'safe' ont oftheStatejnrisdiction ofJloridfctnd 1J cW .
THOMAS J. SMITH. hundred and ten*feet 'and' running back to of this Cow On.
Branch near Julington Creek; both tracts containing one Medicine those who are liable'to'exposure.' V motion ot ,t;
Rn II. J. HARRELL. SOO acres more or less. The said in- Cypress street*one hundred and fifty feet; lot I I beg do not let. me have to"tax'you.so ingiosauJL. Ives,.,Eso>,; Solicitor,t'plainant Qe- .

RI: Cahaba Ala, Sept. IS, 1847. Nov 26 terest ofthe said Acosta in said tracts ofland is number thirty-five,lying and 'being between often with you, advertisements'certificates &c. It .. ,' .. ,.d '. _,,.,

$12 ICE\v AICO. levied upon, and will be sold at the time abovementioned Pine and Magnolia streets.- and between second has already proved itself to, be what I ,say it, ,is, :H it Ordered;,.-Thatiheereqpre ,wet EI ". ,

GIVE the above, reward for the ap to satisfy an execution in favor of and third streets, fronting Ping street and the greatest proof is,*every body is recom- b ppear.ftji !aiOTett .

: TWILL awl. delivery to any jail, of my William Campbell. Property pointed out by one hundred and ten feet,add running back' to mending it to be the only certain and speedycure ants bill cf complaint,;Trithiu font,nje oii,

I" negro slave Charles) who escaped on the morning Plaintiffs Attorney.' Magnolia'street,one hundred' and. fifty feet;- for the Fever and Ague. All have to Divorce rp,&_fut:.will. bi Jakm. .
: you
:.. of the 4th ins, from the Duval county THOMAS LEDWITH. Sheriff D. O. number six in the present plat of said Town, do is to ask your neighbor what he thinks of Aid it isfyrtker;,Ordntd-7hat. ttw.

.:. jail at Jacksonville! Said negro is of black By A. W CRICHTON, D. S. but comprising in the original plan lot number Hnmphreys' Remedy' Fever and Ague,'and Order duly certified by.the Clerk cf thje
about 5 feet'8 9 inches in height Jacksonville Jan. 29th 1848. four,lying on the Eastern bank of the Suwan-- be published ia some Neirspaper pthtfrf
,
:. complexion, or of course 'to be convinced, you will try it, at
-- river and said river feet th3 Eastern .Circuit
nee ;' fronting on fifty of, FlondaJo ,
of.
and 25 ,
about years ge. least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof ..
Ij Sheriff's Sale. and back hundred feet and Lot Dtha.. ..
S DANIEL BURLESON. running one ; South Carolina who will either call on Doct.P. consecativelj.for four m : .
-4 virtue of a writ of fi. fa., issued out of number five 'western half of said lot f <
.: Marion county, Fla. BY for the District of East being IS!. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in TEOfiDOuGLJad,
the Court
Superior said river feet and Cltrla
fronting on twenty-five running 0JMe Gmt
;, Jacksonville, Jan. I1th,1818.r .the city of Savannah and either of ns will give Cnri: ,
I
will
Florida for the County of Duval, I exposeto 'back'one hundred feet ; also Lot number 1Colvth,1 '
Orange Bluff for Sale. public sale, in front of the Court House in the five, being Eastern half of said: lot, fronting on enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure J, 0-riatso; SCAEEOROUGH' Clerk J
ten out of the twelve.we will refund the amount otlllid
: ". A FARM, consisting of 640 acre, situ- Town of Jacksonville in said county, on the said river twentyfivefeet, and running back paid for it." You are to see the Medicine takenas do hereby eertify.the above to be '.a'tju C

c. ated on the St. Mary's River, Nassau first Monday in October next, between the legal one hundred feet; and Lot number six, front I have directed. ofaaOrderdalymadeand entered -ot"Reeoii eon

r..4 county, twenty-five miles by land above the hours of sale on that day,a certain negro female ing on said river'fifty feet, running back one Owing 'to the' heavy rains duringthe past in the above entitled Quae on;th 2t dt7
slave called Chloe and her child George, takenin hundred feet with OCtbr of
town of St. Marys. There are upon the premises together all and singularthe summer and which still-continue all the'low A.D.1847. i/
execution as the property of Joseph B. Lan- said lots. Known in the Is
house of buildings on present WITNESS WH
;; a new framed dwelling seven lands are under water which will cause a great ; Eor,-, hate .
MOms with closets and other conveniences on caster,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould, plat bf said town as lot number six, with deal of this disease on,the Rice Plantations: it to set my.hand, and caused the seal of .,

:, the Northern plan. Also,a new kitchen, store Banks & .Co. THOS. LED WITH. all the appurtenances thereto appertaining,said will be to your advantage to procure a certain [L. S.] eaid.-Court to be hereunto annexed,t&

room,carriage house, workshop, &c., all in complete Aug. 27, 1847. Sheriff, &c. buildings comprising a dwelling house forty and speedy remedy;'you'can do so by applyingto 25th day of October A.D:1847' =

,, repair, having been built about one year f:2p The above sale has been postponed to feet square, two stories high, a store once occupied either of Agents or myselfAsk for S.SCARBOROUGH, (Die?.
of land under the 1st Monday in November next. Oct 8 Loud and Sadler the lower floor my Oct. 29
f\ since. There are about 30 acres by on HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND -4m.
I improvement. The dwelling is pleasantly located 3j- The above sale is postponed until the with piazzas above and below; also a buildingused AGUE. -

.1. on the bank oftheriverhavingafine water first Monday in December next. Nov 5 as a warehouse fronting the river, seventy Medicine' '' ( State of Florida : Dnvnl Conntr
The is for sale the
following
view In front of it, are 19 bearing orange ftr The above sale is postponed until the five feet in length, by thirty feet in depth, named gentlemen who are the y only agents for To WIT: To AU TO WHOM THESE nuataV
from which first Monday in January next. Dec 10 twelve feet between floors and SHALL COME GREETING. --
besides others a out
trees ( younger.) buildings,
sale the REMEDY whereit
: the of GREAT SOUTHERN ,
.. crop of 8000 oranges was taken the present sea 3 1r The above sale is postponed'until the first kitchen smokehouse, stable, &c. Also the will be found either at wholesale or retail. WHEREAS Ephraim Taylor, has aimlfci
son. Around it on either side are apple and Monday in: February next. fan 7, 1848 South-East quarter of.the. North-East quarter Court for Letters of Ad_
merchants will make handsome
The above sale is postponed until the Country a profit tration of all and singular the
peach trees fgp section nineteen,and the, outh-West quarterof this medicine. liberal discount GoOOSj c tttr.

: The health of this location: is unsurpassed by first_Monday in March next. Feb 12itojiector's the North-East quarter of section nineteen, made by to selling Planters &c. by the c1o en. AddressW. I and this Credits,which were Jacob Bryant,htur
,
any in the State. Opposite the house is the best '( : Sale. Township one, Range twelve, South and East, HUMPHREYS Jr. county,deceased,who died Intetitateo."Uiit

ehad fishery on the river. In short, the place Monday the 8th day of May next, ((1848)) containing seventy nine 89-100 ,acres; Also Wholesale and retail dealer in,Drugs, are ulnr therefore to cite ani admonish' ,all and sink

affords to a gentleman wishing to make this ON between the usual hours'of sale on that West half of North-West quarter, section nine- Medicines Chemicals &o ,. ,the next of kin, of Laid deceased credtin
; Perfumery
country a winterer permanent residence, a day, Will be sold for the State and County teen, Township and Range asabove, contain- SAVANNAH, ,, GA. and fore other parties interest, to show cause,id

f, rare chance. Terms low. Taxes, so much of the following named tractsof ing seventy nine 81-100 acres, also the South- me within the linn prescribed bv 'hf,

I Apply to B. P. CUTTER Esq., at Wood's Hotel land, as will pay the same and all necessary West quarter of Sot1th-EIl8t quarter of section, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A why otherwise said application should not be granted*

:'. Jacksonville, Flit, or to Rev. A. IL HAND, expenses, viz:2S2 acres ofland on the St.John's township iind range as above} containing thirty VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Letters 'of Administration as afcrsauUrilliuue .

Woodstock Mills,Nassau county, Fla. River, known as the St.Joseph's Tract, and be- nine 90-100 acres, seventy-five acres of the above from this Court to said Epbaha
SOUTHERNERS is from
'. ''December. 17, 1847_2m_ longing to the estate Waters Smith; 1200 acres lands being under cultivation; Also the 3 following my Taylor. t. r
Mr. Thos. J. S. Fair of Graham-
I DISSOLUTION. of land belonging to E. Pohl& Son ;390 acres be- interest of Loud and Sadler in a certain bridge Agent, WITNESS, my name and seal of Cowt.,

;. cop ARTNEr. JIlP heretofore existing longing to Lindley Todd returned by W.A. For- across the'Suwannee River, connecting Colum- vine.Mr.'William S. C. Humpfireys. Jr. [L S.] this 28th day,of December, A.D.184*.'

THE the firm and style of Pearson & ward as agent; 1000 acres belonging toE.Pohl& bia and Madison counties,,said interest being Sir: I hand to certificate, of Mr. E..C. at Jacksonville Countyaforesnid.

Dell,is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Son, returned by John King,senr., agent ; and undivided, but estimated at one half or one Watts in favor of you your Remedy for Fever and WM. CRABTREE ,
Judge Probate
,
I the business of the Into firm will, be settled by 350 acres belonging to Cornelius Taylor All third of said bridge, levied *upon as the pro- Agiie he is a man of integrity and his.testi LETtheflbove ; Duvnl Coonty>

Pearson. All those indebted will please call the above land being within the county of; Du perty of John W. C, Loud, .and Henry R.Sadler, ;is consequently undoubted. a week for six "Citation" be published once

and make. payment. val. THOS.LEDWITH, Sheriff, and junior, by virtue of two executions issued from mony Yours respeclfullv.THOS."J.. in this weeks,in some Newspaper printed -

;. ;. J. W. PEARSON, Ex-officio Tax Collector; D.C.Jacksonville Columbia Circuit Court, on judgment,of foreclosure S. FARE.Grahamville printed county in if any, if not, in some Newspaper -
Nov. 5th. 1847 of in of Robert A. soraeadjoining-coiujcy or State
WILLIAM DELL. mortgage, one favor .
S. C. 18th 1847. "
Lewis Loud,and Sadler and one in favorof Sept. WAf.FJ CRABTREE, f
Newnansville Feb. 12, 1S48. 3t jVS., Mr. TV Jr "
\ : Humphreys, :Judge of Probate 1)C.
Orange Sheriff's Sale. Josiah E. Baisden TS. Loud and Sadler. ,

I :''. Estate of Archibald Hogans, dec. BY virtue of a writ of fi fa, issued out of the ,. ALSO, ,, Dear Fever Sir-This is to certify that with I success.have used I Jacksonville' Dee. 31st.,, 1847. t 6w. ._-
Remedy
., Persons havipg claims against the E- Court for the county of Orange, Iwill THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel ofland. situated your andgne
i ; obtained of it from Mr. T: J. S. Farr Administrator's
ALL Notice.
supply
"
'
., of Archibald Hogans, late of Columbia expose to public sale in front of the CourtHouse in Columbia county and know as""'Lot ,
i Agent of this place and administered it MONTHS after date I shall make
sit-Mellonville in said counton Tuesday number six of fractional section To\n- your SIX appli'
'County deceased are hereby notified to seven., )
to my daughter. according to directions, and I'um to the Honorable Judge Probate
the 14th day of March next between the :ship seven South Range sixteen East containing
thi
1 : present the same within two years, or no- happy to state that the disease left her in for the County of Alachuajfor.afinalsettlenittt
tico will be pleaded in bar of their recovery and hours of 10 and 2 o'clock, forty cows and calves : ninety-seven acres.levied upon'as the property -
j j", ; : the course of thirty-six hours, and her present of my accountsand'vouchers< ,Ys Administratorof
I
one mule one of and w gon.IJcvied of the estate Thomas A.I'htllidaydeeeased
ox
all indebted to said estate are requested yoke oxen, one ,
persons state of health indicates a certain cure. the estate Joshua Miller late
of said
eota
to make immediate\'ment. upon as the property of Algernon S. to satisfy a judgment rendered in the Circuit ,.
: Yours &c. E. C. WATTS. deceased.
ZYLPHA IIOG AX8. Allm x. peer, to satisfy said writ with cost :and interest conrt for Alachua and Levy counties, in favor #
Grahamviile S. C 14th 1847. JOSI.AH
ZYLPHA II. ROBERTS' Adm'r. thereon, l in favor of Archibald H. Cole. Property of James Bradley next friend George \V. rad- Sept. SEKINGER., AdVr,
20th '
August 1847.
out defendant. Bennett Is!.Dell administrator of Thomas 6m ,:,
pointed
by Icy
Alligator C.olumbiacounty, Dec. 24, 1S47.NOTICE. vs. AGENTS.P. M. Cohen & Co. Charleston.

: JOHN SIMPSON, A.Halliday, deceased. S. C.; T. J. S.'Farr, Grahamville,' S.'c. ; W. A": NOTICE.

Persons having claims against the es Sheriff Orange county.lIellonvlllc THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, Carswell, Savannah Ga.; A. McLane & Co, SIX MONTHS after,date'I shall presestey
.ALL February 19 1848. 4t 29 1848. Sheriff.
of John M.Stafford.late of New Orleans January Jacksonville Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert Macon, accounts' and vouchers as Executrix ot&fr

';j L L, deceased will present them to they IlilNborougli County wlieriff'. Hnle. W'AREIlOUSE10F; Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, ( .; 1).,A.Moise, deceased estate of\. F.Murrhee.late of Nassau coraty

subscribers within the tim prescribed by law, virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias,issued LaGrange, Ga.; Winter &Epping, Columbus, to.the Hon. Judge of Probate of Bid

; I, '. or they will be barred; and those indebted to BY from the circuit court of the Middle Circuit PRINTS.ONLY.'No. Ga. ;W. Root,.Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick Salem, county, for a final settlement of said estate,ud

: ;:, the said estate, will make payment to of Florida in and for the County of Leon : Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. shall at the same timejapply for Letters of Dis

:: J' SUSAN STAFFORD, Adm'x. in said State, directed to all and every the Sheriffs 5G Cedar Street, New, York. Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, 'mission as such Executrix, of which nil towns
___... _________ interested in
said estate desired
.' i" JOSHUA STAFFORD, Aduvr.TaaapaBay of said State, wherein James W. Dabney is u Atlanta, Ga.f William Ccrr, Jacksonboro, W. R. are
take notice.
; : Sept. 10, 1847. 6mAdministrators Plaintiff, and Wm. P. Craig is defendant. I J1mm JJ1U] ((0))N :. Ji.AIDID, Anderson, Dalton Ga.; E. A..Burch.Hawkins- 29th MARY MURRHEE,
have levied and will for sale ville. Ga. Samuel Palmer Darien Ga. October 1S47. Executrix.
upon, expose on ( & ; ; Cole
Notice. (LATE LEE JUDSON) e. :
:,;' I the first. Monday in March next,at the Court Prescott & Co.. Black Creek. Florida; Lightfoot ,

ALL PERSONS having demands against the .. House, in the Town ofTampiin the Countyof Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE- & Flanders, Macon ; P.Martin Savannah; Cunningham 'C'A RD.
of Oran Baxter deceased will hand
: 't, 1 Uillsborough, in said State, between the HOUSE, No 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE '& Co., Dalton, Ga.; J.H.&W. S. Ellis, RIVERS & ,ROY ALL
them to the subscriber properly attested in the ,
I of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale
", usual hours of sale on that day: A certain Macon; M. C. Williamson Davisboro, Ga.; Wm. '
-? time prescribed by law, and all persons indeb- Lot of land,on the Manatee River, in the coun-, of the Single Article of. Hodges, Sandersville; R'.T. Floyd, Micanopy, DENTAL SURGEONS,
ted to the said Estate are requested to make
immediate to, ty of Hillsborough, viz:-Section No. 18 (Eigh- PRINTED CALICOES.Their Florida; F. A. Poulle Jacksonville, Florida; : Office North East corner of S!.Jnlien Street
payment teen.) in Township 1'0.34 South R. S. Baily Laurensville C. and Market
: T. 0. HOLMES Admr. (Thirty-four) Stock of Square,
% No. 18 (Eighteen) East; also the South-East present consists nearly For sale wholesale-and retail by SAVANNAH, OEOXGU.
f : of 0. BAXTER, Deceased. One Thousand
Quarter Section No. 7 (seven,) Township No. Packages F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. Aug. 20, '47. ly
; Jacksonville January 7 1848. 2m Embra sonic
ing THOUSANDS' different
-, ._-.- 34 (thirty-four)) the property of Wm. P. Craig, of A.liberal discount by the dozen. -
of the Circuit Court of the East- .patterns ,and 'colprings, .and comprising.every '
AifaTerm to satisfy said writ ; interest and cost thereon. October Sth, 1847. FORWARD &
of Florida held at the CourtHouse JOHN J. HOOKER Sheriff. thing desirable in the, line, .FOREIGN and ALDRICH.
,
Y in Jacksonville on Tuesday,the sixteenth By BENJAMIN HAGLER Deputy DOMESTIC.All PALATKA HOUSE. ,ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS ,AT' wpl

li'Ib, day November, in the year of our Lord, one JTampaFe.b 12,,1 48. 3tIlilUborougli which are'offered for sale for cash, or 1b TIlE Subscriber informs her friendsJS.iaiand Witt, practice in the;several'Courts of:L&rand

t1 thousand eight hundred and forty seven, satisfactory credit, at.the LO WEST PRICES, patrons! that she has' opened the above 'Equity,-in the Eastern Circuit of"Florid
Couiitr Sheriff. Snle.Y the ,
Present. : by WM. A.FoRWAw>,.StAugustine;
-, : The Honorable GEORGE W. McRAE, Judge. B virtue ofa Writ ofals. fi.: l.issued from PIECE. 'OR. PACKAGE. establishment with every view to. their LEWIS ALDEICH,'Newnansville.
the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of comfort. During the'last summer she has had
'
', .1 'Henry Bennett,. ) Florida in and for the of Leon directed New Styles are received. almost every day, her, house thoroughly ceiled and extra fire-:
J '* vs. [ Bill for Divorce. county and many of them are got up.for our own sales WM.F.CRAI3TREE,
.: to'all and singular the Sheriffs of said State. places built so that now she is able to offer them .
'
Nancy Bennett ) and not to be found elsewhere. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLba.AT LAWi
wherein and Rich good and comfortable accommodations,warrant- ,
-) I IT appearing to the satisfaction of the rourt Mitchel Ledwith Taylor and William are plaintiffs defendants and ,3r Printed lists of, prices corrected from ing to give'satisfaction to all who patronise! Jacksonville J

.. from affidavit filed, that. the Defendant in the :I have Levied upon and Wyatt will expose are for- : day to day,in with the every variation' in the market, Conveyances into ;the country can be obtained 1 i[ WILL attend to any business:ei rusted to hiR
above entitled resides without are placed hands of buyers.
the State
cause sale on the first Monday in March next, at the i Merchants here. Mrs. S. A.- W1GHTMAN. !. hands in any.of the Courts in the Eastern, 5-, '{
of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this .will be ,able to form..some,idea of 1847. '" "" *" "
Dec.
to 3t
Court Ho'ise in the Town of Tampa, in the the extent and 'Palatka, ; puit .Florida.., 'A v i
Court motion'otMid JamesW. variety of our assortment when I
on Complainant by *
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county of Hillsborough within Legal hours of ,?- I ., -.- ygF
ft'!,." .Bryant, Esq., his Solicitor, wei state that.,the value of our.usual stock of .Circuit Court, : : "- '
t? 'It u Ordered, That said Defendant appear sale on that day a certain lot of land on the this ONE'AETJCLE, is at least twice!the'value 4of SOUTHERN ,CIRCUIT OFFLORlDAe -E L L&:;: L, IVfNG$; 0N
Manatee River viz. the
North-East ,
1''j' and answer said Bill of Complaint within four the South East, of section quarter of the entire stock of 'dry ,goods.usually kept by! IN.AND JFOI* THE COUNTY ,OF HlLLSBOBOUGH t *, 'ATTORNEY 'ATLAW i
quarter ttI
months the will be taken confessed Twenty-five our largest, wholesale jobbers. This Parish JN.CHANCBBYw I "
or same as .fact together Nancy ) :/ kcJnill fl
: 'i against her. ((25,) in Township No. Thirty-four ((34)) south of with the fact that our means and our .> I ," -

"AnSit Range No. seventeen ((17. East containing for- attention instead of being divided Bilt. f Wru>practicein,all3the "
is Ordered That James garish. Divorce.
4 further a copy of this acresn. double penned house among a vast ) r; Circuit.If..,
;' order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, garden ty on the premises the property,work Michael house and variety of articles,, are devoted wholly'to ONE, ,having been made to appear to,the satisfaction .-,. .,, ":.

be published in some newspaper printed within Ledwith to said writ. will render the advantages which
the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of thereon. satisfy JOHN ,J.: HOOKER Interest and cost dealers perfectl,,.obvious|:and"it",shall be named.-defendant, resides,out,of?the f State of I ,uusrtisc.: f

jb four months consecutively.I BENJAMIN HAGLER Sheriff. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall F\9dda.\ ,an4., beyond thp jurisdiction?of..'..this ADOU1SELLOF J.1 .
r Ry !
I :. OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court,do hereby Tampa February 12 1848.' ,'Deputy.3t, meet.with disappointment., tOur Court, And:Commissioner'of Deeds.of theStat 'of C J

M certify the above to be a true copy of the order assortment is complete at all seasons of IT is..TnwiTQKSjipn: wptnot.James T. Mag- nfcticut,'within'and for the'State.fPlort

;-' f made and entered of record in the above entitled -: the. year. LEfy'JUDSON*&;.LEE.i bee, Solicitor for complainant, ORDERED, "; .:l.,;:'.. '_-i. ..l' ''-.')JACUOKTJU.Za. ...'.
_
,; '\ jciuie in said Court, on the date aforesaid. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. P. S.-B. F.LEE,< formerly of the firrarof, that the said Jam?$RlParish ibe requested to '-'___ ;r !: :

If: t. : IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that admici Lord & Lees and'late.senior partner the original appear,and answer .the. iCpmphunantslBilliofcomplaint : ; .CHAR ESnp.1 .COpPEBi!: }

II'si.' c i set my hand and affix the Seal ofli on the estate' of Eliza M. Crich. firm of Lee,&. Brewster, fromi.which connection hereip filed,within-four,.months or aPcceepro I ",:'
:
p. luJ_ said Court, this twentieth day of ton was granted on tho 2Sth June 1847, by the he withdrew.some time ago'has resumed .e>>/ ,*otWillbe; %against him. 'I ATTORNEY.ANI) CpVNSKLLOR

,. 'J''. I December, A D., 1847.OSCARHART. Judge of Probate, for the county Duval,State business in. connection".with eMessrk;Lee& AND JT js FURTHER: ORDiED>.Thatu copy of Will pra Uce4ijhe.8eTerairern.Circuit t1t'

\ '; ; .> Clerk. of Florida. All persons, therefore, having Judson, and assures>his:friends that.the new, this Order.dulycertific4/,,b "Clerk ofrJthisCourtx ; .

': .i Dec. 24th, 1847. 4mNOTICE. claims against said estate, will present them to concern,fiLa!! Lae the same, pre-eminence in be published forae newspaper,printed; u! .;F4Nor.2p..JU .:< '4"
,
: "
., the subscriber, within time prescribed by 'law branch of trade which -Florida week 1
: '. this formerly distin1 within s the i Sta.te. ,'once A COD- '-"
.r''1 : i which is two years from the date of administration guished the other,two houses to whichhe: ,be secutiely J.or.fourUlOl1th ..;:-. w.. f'fJ-l ;1. CLES'LPELOZ;
g: TShereb, given to Ill, persons ,concerned.in: or;they will,bq.barred,.and,those indebted
r. : longed. '" June 2 3, 1847..o ly'I 1'.7, *s* i.QGAtW.:MACRAE,\Jndge ot o 3j'SoutherniJirCuit ATTOBNEY A D .COVNSIL1.Q&. 'A LA.t.
: .L t.&te or Zeph deceased said estate will make to .' ,
i: the bh.Kingsley., to ., payment -" ,; <.It 1- ElI ) '" ;
I ;
* llegatees devisees ,and creditors hat I Aw.caIcIToNAdministrator. ; DISSOLtITION..m" \0 Littl"Rjf ..Flt r ..1.L
"
WI .' ": t SJ1'; ,Jpmsr Wy ROBARTS,.Clerk.ofiBaid.Courtdo -I, C
I: n&dersigned Executors,of said Estate will : maE COPARTNERSHIP herejforexjs.J. -, hereby cortifheLzibo'e tOe Ot true copy/. 1m< + itJie:.&.1'. '.rt : ,

w AtthQ next term>f the Court of Probate, for. :J ksqnYU eJ January,.29_ tb; .1848.1. 2oiNOTICE. .: :ting under Firm andjstyjg ofWright jk an:Order duly made.flnd .el ered bferecordiin Easitern 'mowt.O*' I'm 9n I'b".a-_! j.L_:. r" t!"

;b the.County of Durd, to-be: J holden at Jackson- I Poinsott this day dissolved by nmtu&Lcon-: tb<.qYJI .ntitled.tcaue,;on;thei t llthsday.,of o''h'""& ,. _. \ithprom. _j'"
%i : 'Qn'tthe first Monday of.April next,present ,_ .. -- ----; :
I sent. : .1 --t 1..t'r"ilt"T. Po.c P1 r; D; 1847h :d 3. jul '- ,"" -' 1,1-c- -- -' 4-
1 their accounts.with.said Estate, ,.and.,the 1 THE FLORDAliousEi;. s again open for N. B.' All claims against the Firm iwill.be' ? t; weI?. WiTjiBS5.-5VBEREOr.fI.have here. : :JDsEg:W.53FITCB1-

: Toachew Jor &-utt1' ent thereof. reception of company, and is still forsale paid on presel1tni u to ithtr. subscribers !TIt'S fv wnto, eimy{hand hd private seal,' Hjivaa G,established hiisself PJis. ,

c fIii: 1f.1" 'i ft K. B. GIBBS or.fent;::For terms,apply\ to Jas. B. Cole, and all indebted mttstjpay.up fayitdiately. i, -loo,,;42l there ''being,noi seal pfjoffice,ithi* GENERAL.iCOMMISSiQN !BaBGtfAIgrtwilbattendJtft
PUTNAM
E1:, 3. B. A. at Palatkaj pr.1ZJstr", at St. Augustine.St. : .Wra{;" ist.ED WARD WRIGHT. 1 t'-'t ntkdiy-tf D.ecembervADl847.li: an 7!b Mqtnit d IAV
; : it ;; -' Executors i ./, ,.; A. H., COLE '. 1t'1
'MJJ i **""'" EG1T,llOlNET.n f cittjtaMd 6dt JM.Jl )J OBAJRlS, .1erk.i, j Icarejrithdeapalch -r' \ ,-- 1 .OJ
- it Jiekionvaie, Teb. 12, IMS.' Sins I Augustine,Jan. 14th, 1848. 2m ffl JacLsomville, ry ?, 18.iS. I Io I December 24, 1847. 4m November 19, 1847 tf


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