The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: March 4, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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'i FALL idND WINTER'MEDICINE.The effected great cures; and also' ," .,-.. '' tI ?
","; llca..1I''' 1 beinserted AN ACT.exempting vessels:employed}by>the the D1eCuug.1fU opened jby'taree P'J'tI .
"II great beutyand: superiority; this Sarsaparilla hearing it recommended for such casesaslhave a.
re1ibo1ollleoltCes '
( rrAIl gtui.1 d American Colonization Society in traaspkjrt*. Quee md'could hot mention tie'wu tt' '
over all other remedies is, it eradicate scribed I ootaiiied a tattle of jour Extract, P
commanicaUons tug colored from the United "
emigrants States
( perllonal kind-fteliBg"bestow b1E
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Al1.dmi"\Mt! disease it the Sarsaparilla and followed icnthi
.,uh'el'trtt'mmu.'bI' In to the coast of Africa,from;jthe:provisions of were.ittnot .a :.dutywhich J.owe to a ckta. 4
me. short it
a period removed hot
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people I
U ;::1 bills for cleanse and and restored iieitQ :health .. feeing ) had ever,been.tauiht" .leU -\ '
wnri.tr strengthen, eighteen hundred and forty seven .regulating Ing but bitterness and acted' .
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.t contmllnicn.ms mot be addrtssefl to: consumption can be cured grateful for the benefits'lsihe: received, I takepleasirri ?' 1'ecntio'id
thecarriageof merchant
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:;; Be it'enacted the and'ffdtse nQt.l ularity,must ha.my rthwwL..- s .4. i
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3 WlC'kl' V-8.ltJ. 81e&m.PftckellAae hectia flush night sweats 'difficult Albany g. 1844. resentotwes of the United StUt *- .America in Protestant" and.theyj' ; it.-.F, HathKew J.-' .; 17.4'?;!: ,
4 ; Congress assembled, That; 'froni'an4after the arose, and introduced me io the a 1 dien i .J i\\#: ;"

4 EETWL. -_ .1 torationaxdiai.or profuse,expect TO This MOTHERS Extract AND MARRIED been LADIES passage:of this act, all,and every vessel and vessels telling tEens-:D1 object in'.belnidtHrir: to=d ,a iY. ) iti t

the SarsaparUlanas expressly which-shall.0r- may be s employ d-bJ* the the poor, nd learn trneto ditionada r \ .
in SlI0&C. in "
prepared female
reference to.
ATKA FLA complaints.No American ;the Maryland dingasketeholm.tr&veIIingandlviDg".y :. r I
, & PAr have and Cplonixation fiocietyy or by' -
female who
JANNAH has to he J
4 i5 reason suppose approaching State;Coloniratipn Sbciety/io tratisport I had. ne.ver..t :- I., ,
CT THE WAY OF -can be thatcritital (' l.1iU&o'q. '
period turn of life '
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. _' BRUKSWICK ST. .MARyg GEo.jCONLL .;. cured. should neglect to take it it is certain andwhich, shall actually transport, fromMany checnhg > we1coneisa4 stthsi. tt f '" 11 I 4
EY .cREEK 'ftID' as a pre port or ports in the United States to any colony ded, Father Mataeir;&. 'a.low voice'ialdV**ou i t
BLACK Probably there fcever was remedy that ventive for of the and horrible t\
pas II any must speak to these : '1 Jt.'f\If't. -
t or colonies the west coast of Africa, co.loreeinigthits "peo"e,you can th if. : 'i J
PICOLT.FLomA. been so su cess1III.n desperate cases fconsp- diseases to which females are subject at this good without : tJ
, connection with the Charleston Daily M bon as this; it cleanses and 'strengthens thelydet1l time life. This period may ,be ddayed' for to reside there shall beand, came;, getup for.'. delayj and tell.tliemwhU.. ? rri;; .;
'In the sihne and you_ .
r out of ,
hereby excepted exempted -
eamkets..t Savannah the steamer SARAH and appears'to heal the ulcers on the several years by using this medicine. .Nor is it My cyesaffected i't tc :'Aj/w_ ,\ o
from the of the entitled heart'Iiadneve's l'.10. ,
; act my
i from Pal&tka to Lake Monroe' the lungs and the patients gradually regain their less valuable for those who are i _. operation '-' .. IIi
jLPING, ThSeesuch a ; .
"An act to the of pectablelooklngcompa f
iI regulate carriage fl
I ii, C.S. Mail St3g8, from Picolata to St. AuguJti usual health and strength. womanhood, as it is calculated to assist feature' merchant 'vessels" passengersin of the poor assembled in IrelatiaY\and acebra T;' :4 f''
passed twenty-second .
i Creek via'N ewnansville CURIOUS CASE 0F CONSUMPTION. n'.oJ. :
Elatk by quickening the blood and thesystem.
from invigorating -I
; and panied too with the rich and noble
and ,
I .Alligator e )fin r&l Springs and Columbus, to There is scarcely a day paSses but there area Indeed,this medicine is invaluable for and February of the, act eighteen entitled "An act to amend forty-seven an act; their tea together.. I briefly-stated my,motives taking ; "MliW; : .

p 1a1la1wsCe. P. MCNELTV.ST. number of cases of Consumption reported as; all the diseases to which women are subject entitled CAn'act to regulate the ca.rriage-otp in visiting. Ireland, congratukted them en the'. ::!t ..It ..
Capt the of Dr.Townsend's It braces the whole '
S OCA\IULGEE poured by use Sarsaparilla.'K'he system, renews permanently of -Il ;..Jr
in merchant vessels and. to determinethe i progress jthe"temperance'causeiv'anfl v.. :
(: I sengers ,
N. .
MATTHEWS, 'Nr"WM.GASTON fullowing was recently received: the natural energies by removing' tile down. i ,." It. 'I'e ,Sf
tiflte when said act'shall take effect ssed'second' J ;
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BARD. DR. TOWNSENB-Dear Sir: For the last impurities of the body-not so far sthffnlatmg : An old grey-haired and said'-' -
: March eighteen hundred and forty- priest arose ; !* 1'i ;
These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAY tfewe years I have been afflicted with-general the system as to produce a subsequent relaxation liave.read prophets 1 have.read '. ':
seven. ofaposUe; '
- 'wd SATCEDAT MORNING, at 10 o'clock,and ar- debility, and nervous consumption of tie last which is the case of most medicines taken ROBT. C. WINTHROP have read of martyrs but. among them alLJL- r'' lXH i',. :

rYe at Picolita in time for the Mail Stages to go stage, and did notexpectto ever gain ray health for female weakness apd disease. Speaker of the House of Representatives., never read nor hear that ever woman left her'country :i : ;{P

rJ through to St. Augustine before night every at all. After going through a course of medi- DISEASE OF THE,HEART RUPTURE G. M. DALLAS alone to search out a' poor people.- to'

r Thursday and Monday. : cine under the care of some of the most distinguished AND DROPSY. I President of, the Senate. suffer privation with them-to learn their'trull1 I \\Wp :

!. Returning leave Palatka every Turrr AY and regular physicians and members of the NEW YORK,July, 22, J846. 1 I APPROVED 31 1848. condition. What shall we 4o fur her and hoW
January :
FinuT MORXIXC, lit" o'clock, touching as aboveewh Board*of Health in New York and elsewhere, DR. TOWRSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has' ,JAMES. K. POLK. shall we express our gratitude > !W2&&Z',
'and the most of in attempting been afflicted with disease of the heart and litw t
wy. spending my earnings a i This was reciprocated through the rooand i
They are all fait pressure boats incomplete to regain Iny health, and after read- with a terrible rupture for over fifteen years, when the meeting elided not.one of that 'gHai 1f5.m-i't; : : ; \ f

. f Border,and handsomely furnished in -owry res- ing insome paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved the greater part of the time. She has been' [PUBLIC-No. 8.1 multitude would leave the house till each" had3 &: ytwj d :,
i are conuntvnded by gentlemen 'f well tQ try it. After using six bottles 1 found it troubled with shortness breath and great fluttering AN ACT making further provisions for surviving given the hand to 'welcome welcome ouri ) : Ct
.pect; say, oj. 'tr
: i I Ir bon experience on the route and their pat- done me great good, and called to see you at of the heart which has been very distressing widows of the soldiers of the revolu country.' .i .:" t'':l., >.,
. attention *rill beaid office with advice and 3o and has been unable to tion. c M tf.f.J' ".i.i
I JOM are assured that every your ; your kept on, frequently _ ( ..,fro"
. to the safety and comfort of passengers, most heartily thank you foryour advice. 1 persevere leave her bed. The rupttre was very large Be it enacted )by the Senate and Hovtt of Representatives ,:; A 'C; q $

. i uJ to tke-taireful handling of freight. in taking the Sarsaparilla and have been and severe. She tried almost every remedy for of the United States of America in Con- Dreadful &ae.-The National Intelligencefpublishea i4 i..1--, .

j AGENTS able to attend to my usual labors for the last such cases with but little benefit When she gress assembled, That if any person who served the following letter, dated.> =.\.f' ij' '. A.,

Cmte& Tupper, Savannah. four months, and I hope by the blessings of God had taken but three bottles of Your excellent in the war of the revolution in the manner specified "SALTIt.w DeC.29, 1S47. hr .lC S : .

i 1 JLlkLorme, Darien. antI your Sarsaparllla to continue my health.It. .- medicine sIte was entirely relieved oefthe diseasef in the act passed the seventh day.of June Yesterday (Monday)) one of>the most painM T 1& ;

fjieSlandcr} Brunswick. helped me beyond the expectations of all that the heart, and the rupture has almost entirely eighteen hundred:and thirty-two, entit1edCAti scenes tookplac here I ever iritne&ed J-A so1i? P\.etit:; ,, ;

. JfltaBessent, -. St. Marys. knew my case CHARLES QUJMBY. disappeared.She act supplementary to the act for:the relief of dier by the name of Victor GalbraitbVatmgW\ !, 1;" I

., I Ferwndez & Bisbec Jacksonville. Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1S47. has also had the dropsy, and was very certain surviving':officers and soldiers ,of the in CaptainMier's company of volunteer tt ({.t'.. ,

i 1.Cd1t{ r Black Creek. State of Nell Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. much swollen. We had co idea that she couldbe revolution have died, or shall hereafter die was shot for threatening .the eaptain'ali1-/ 'J ; ;41 4

. I .Cooler, 2Scolata.IRBeid Quitnby being duly sworn according to law, on so benefited, as she hadsuch a' complication leaving a widow, whose marriage took place The troops were.all mustered. to._*itaes'th l'i' H .

Palatka. his oath saith., that the foregoing statement is of diseases. But it has,as strange as it may appeal before the first'day of January, one thousand, dreadful scene. The'unh pPTPmoneri.1 fS'ir, .iIl.. ,, /i

1 Eo Wtte & Co.. Charleston. true according the best of his knowledge and : relieved her of the dropsy.: 1 am aware seven hundred and ninety-four, such widow brought forward under thechargeofth.Vru I f J't: t J ,

, I .*::&-Goods consigned to the Agents for- belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. that this statemeat is so strange as to appear shall entitled to receive for and during her vost Marshal and guard ,.Sixteen, .: : i "j

I vtMed free of commi iou. Freight from Sa- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, almoet like fiction, bat it is, nevertheless, sober natural life from and after the fourth day of detailed and formed in single file. The pri *m- m i %&'(

Cnanah and Charleston, and all way freight the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN; reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly a valuable March eighteen hundred and forty eight, the calmly sat down'on his coffin at' 'about eighipaces .ViV '.tj: :.

ftfabli by shippers. Justice of the Peace. medicine, and sheuld be used by everyone annuity or pension which might have been al- distance and looked the exfcut tOiei1 --< 4 s9l.r- 4ijf! ,:J
,September 17, 18-1;. tf that is suffering as we have been. If any lowed to her husband, in virtue of said act, if firmly in the face.. His sentence:was then i 1 tfyr 4* T* -'5.,$
" TWO CHILDREN SA VRD. disbelieve this account they are at liberty to living at the time it was passed under the same to him; he then threw his heed backw =; ,m

.- IN CIRCUIT OVRT. Very few families indeed-in fact we iave call at my house and have ocular demonstration. rules regulations, and restrictions, as are prescribed said to the men, 'Take good aim; !arnrealy-to !few sm:

&TE:1c"t C:;';IT orf FLOIUCA-CeuKTY or not heard of one-that used Dr.. Townsend's Yours, respectfullyVlLLfAM in the act approved July seventh, eight die .Thry fir i he fell imthediate1ykv1ng ]j|5SSRr l < "

ST. JOHNS: Ix CHANCERY. Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past TOWSER., Jamost teen hundred and thirty-eight, entitled "An received three mIls in his body;. but ini.'rd t'C.- .. ..) _';E.'
The Southern Life In1] summer. while those that did not sickened and act granting(half-pay and pensions to certain moments he again arose,' resting- on hb"elbolq, -j r .- M riJ 5f j

& Trust Compa-I died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive DYSPEPSY.No widows: Provided, That in the event of the and asked for water and drank.. He then said, $
I. to use Arthur M. !i Bill to Foreclose. evidence of its value, and is e-nly another fluid or medidine has ever been discover marriage of such widow, said annuity or pen- 'kill me at once and relieve me of my misery,' 4 _
ay Reed instance'Of its saving the lives of children: ed which BO nearly resembles the gastric juiceor sion shall be discontinued.SEC. when four of the men who had reserved their 1

. '8.Augustus i Dn. TOWXSESD-Dear Silt: I had two children saliva in decomposing foed and strengtheningthe 2. And be it further enacted That such fire advanced, and placing the muzzle of their

Poujaud. j jF 1) : cured,by your Sarsaparilla of the summer organs of digestion as this preparation of widows as bave been admitted by special acts of guns to within a few inches of his body, fired/

having been made to appear to the satisfaction complaint and dysentery ; one was -only 15 Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every case of Congress to the benefit of the pension act, approved almost cutting him asunder. Truly h e was thd t

of the Court by Affidavit that the months old and the other 3 years. They were dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. the seventh day of July, one thousand most resolute man I ever'saw. Some ofthe o l-*

Defendant naraefl in the Bill of Complaint filedin very much reduced,and we expected they would BANK DEPARTMENT, ALBANY, May 10, 1845. eight hundred,and thirty-eight, or to the benefit cers wen entirely! overcome by the distressing ___

the above entitled cause. resides out of the die; they were given up by two respectable DR. TOWNSEND?.- I have been afflicted of the act approved the seventeenth of June sight t&Iss a

State of Florida and out of the United States. physicians. When the doctor informed us that for several years with dispepsia in its worst one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, Last night one of our comany-anh4i .

&u) in Cuba, one of the West Inaia Islands, and we must lose them we resolved to try your form attended with sourness of stomach, loss shall be entitled and shall be admitted to the by the name of Kelly-"was very dangerously; \l

beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,Therefore, Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a great benefit of.this act; subject, however, to the stabbed by some person unknoirn.lt' is thought A! s.J l#

On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised aversion to all kinds of food and for weeks rules, limitations and restrictions in and by he will not recover.. "! *' rx& 1"; 4 _
is worthless but what could I have been unable retain said .
i'' aid Complainant that : we are very ( eat) acts prescribed.Approved -

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved but a small portien on my stomach. I tried the February 2d,1848. : ;:': & _
jaid and others be required to appear aid an- the lives of both. I write this that others may usual remedies, but they had but little or no Jig in Prose.:-Once> tipon an evening dreary I55 .

mr said Bi-H of Complaint within six months, be induced to_use it. Yours, respectfully, effect in removing the complaint. I was induced IPtBLiO---NO 9.] ,While I pondered lone and wi ryer many1 j

v the same will be taken as onfesscd against JOHN WILSON. Jr. ', about two months since, to try your Extract AN ACT to authorize the issue of a register to an olden paper, reading forgotten stories 5
limo Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15,.It547. of Sarsaparilla, and I must say with little confidence the barque Wilhamet. suddenly I heard a curious, lonelyj ghostrjrj '

It is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, LUNATIC .YSL 11111. ; but after using nearly two bottles I Be it enacted by the Senate and House if Representatives strange, mysterious grating, underneath'.the

duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistantsin found my appetite restored and the heartburn of the United States of America in floor! 'Tis some little mouse, 1 muttered::"un _

in some newspaper printed within the the Lunatic Ayslnm, Blackwell's Island.is thegentleman entirely removed, and I would earnestly recommend Congress assembled. That there be issued under derneath the office floor-.only thlSMld nothing : fr4

Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month conse- .spoken of in the following letter: the use of it to those who have been the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, more. And again I trimmed the''taper- ,

cutitcly for six months. BIlE UMA TISM. afflicted as I have been. Yours, &c 1 a register for the barque Wilhamet, formerly a once.more resumed my Mtper-aged,:forfaken, .

[ISijrned] T1IOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I This is only one of more than four thousandcases W. W. VAN Z.MDTN. British'vessel, but now owned by A. G. Benson antique paper-poring'its ancient,c contentg T

PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Oeufl, of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla B. Purchase none but such as have Wrappers and John Benson, citizens of the State of New o'er; when again I ,heard. pt'8.! same_ '

. oo ,hereby certify the abov to be a true copy has cured-The most severe and that hide the bottle completely and have York; said :vessel having been wrecked. and mysterious gratings but muth'louder than be-i I ..& -
chronic weekly eradicated by its ex. the written signature of S.P. TOWNSEND. condemned beach Island fore .and it
of an Order duly made and entered of recordin cases are on Rockaway Long seemed like some one sawing'wood I -
the above, entitled case on the sixteenth traordinary virtues : Principal Office, 12G Fulton-st Sun Building, was purchased by the aforesaid citizens of the i beneath the office floor_; 'tia no/manse thought
BJLACKWELL'S ISLAND Sept. 14 1847. N. Y. Redding & co. 8 State-st. Boston Dyott I United States and has been repaired and refitted I I but As
'day of A.D. 1847 i ; ,; more. I listened, each particularhair ') '
August P. B. DUMAS, DR. TOWKSEND-Dear Sir: 1 have suffered ; & sons, 132 North Second-st. Philadelphia; S 1 for sea: Provided, It shall be proved to the stood upright perpendicuh>f-coldr6us j anaiijg 4'1fl _

Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Durol & co. satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasurythat drops orbicular soon my forehead'coveredVer .

Aug.27. lamlBmA considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor Richmond; ,P. M. Cohen Charleston; Wright the cost of the repairs made in the United while a strange mysterious terror filled m/sdbi j $

work; I had the most distressing pains, and &co. 151 Chartres-st New Orleans: 109 South States tifter the purchase of the said vessel by with fear and horror,such as I never,felt-Iwforte .

or- my limbs were.terribly swollen. I have used Pearl-st.Albany; R. Van Buckirk., 292 cor. of the present ownersl exceedsthree-fourthsof the much I wondered what this-curious.mtinfr:

LIST OF LETTERS. four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have Market and Broad-sts. Ne..arls N. J. and by original cost'of building'a vessel of the same' meant beneath the floor! _'Thus I sai and yea< $ U _

EMALN'ING in the Pest Office at Jacksonville done me more than one thousand dollars worthof principal Druggists and Merchants generally tonnage in the United States. the door. And thus watching gazing'p6nder .

It ,which if not taken out,within three good-I am so much better. Indeed I am throughout the United States, West Indies and Approved February, 1848. ing, trembling, doubting fearing, -wondering- :

months will be sent to the dead letter office at entirely reliev l. You are ,at liberty to use the Canadas. A. M. REED, AgentJacksonville ,- suddenly the wall"as 1Wl '4.ae fox!Banqu&s; c4 ,_ _

Washington. this for the benefit of the afflicted. Florida. [PUBLIC-No. 10.] ghost of yore-and while gazing*.,muchraston5 -

MEMcNeill Yours respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. February, 18tS. 1y'T AN ACT. .to onfirm the boundary line. between. ished, there bounded a huge RATupoit tiefloorl 1 i.--_
Andrews Win. SAcker Chas. J 3 COULD :NOT WALK. U -_ Missouri and Arkansas. Not the least obeisance made he;"b t- mom i j t
Jas. Mrs. Mart.haoIJex&D4cr. That Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very stopped and taredr hej and
Senate House of nothiigmoy. j'tff.
Be.it nacte4.by1ie and Representatives -_ _
Achd. Moutfort, Ward & Co. 2 best remedy for female complaints there is The.Modp.l Maid-of.all-Wor--Herage of the ,United States of-America,in And, while gazing at eath other, suddenlyoout -
thousands and thousands of Her arms are bare and her feet slipshoJ. Her sprang another somewhat _
Baron no .
nMoody, ; : assembled That the dividing line between grayer >_thanithe i
females that were curls are rarely out of paper., She sports a Congress other with the i
weak and
prostrated ghtofyeaf
wrnham Benj. ;McQueen Ann 2ileyapt ;.w bore/theai .
.It the States.of Missouri and Arkansas,surveyed Mi I
the about tea time.
. F McQueen,Jane by those diseases to which females are dean apron on Sunday commissioners under 'WIth'ImprecatIons'dll"1 high raised m"y',J WF1 .
appointed authority -. -
in 'the enjoyment of 1'Obetlth. is mystery where she sleeps some say, in the by ;; and higher i -a st advancing ,
nden Uriah Martin. JLkitsedden subject were soon a of laws enacted tby those, States,80nd. lugher'whirledit ;vwc _
and oth- .
the drawers
kitchen, in one of large ; straight ncrOssthtfior j ,but. little imps hC'44
N the act of the
C New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. ers declare she hasa turn-up bed'in the hall ratified as,a common boundary by had: scattered, id'thetdoor ..WtADd-"t-i-' : "" # __ ___
( Joshua DK. TowKSEND--ieflr Sir: My wife has for clock; but it is not known for positive whethershe legislature Arkansas, approved twenty4hird;' battered-tnot it hit'and'j nothi gjngr 'jr
Neal Henry
and And
December hundred forty tJ
wonder- eighteen '
She has
bed at all.
sick and in to : a _
the last been a greatly ever
tevjod, &ml C 0' year very that is of the legislature Missouri. approved F brua- .... _- Vb -; :.w
reduced orthe cat. Everything
f! affection
reduced state of health being by. a
aI1iss Calvin :
b L A. Oak, variety of complaints such as females are liableto missed or lost' -or broken or not eaten, she ry sixteenth,eighteen hundedand,forty seven, 'Doyoiftnk eoOple's'heals[off P lasiedancountry'wagonerofa 7. ; T4r
P shall be and the same is hereby, approved,and
takes her din- ,
to him. She
:eOotti lIra E A2 Pollard Jacob 0 ;r she'got so bad at length that she was'entire- gives' unhesitatingly confirmed as the boundary between those States,. "" "' '- DaguerVeotyp i--- HJii'y -
l&no Iy unable to walk'and was as helpless as a child; ner whilst'washing the-dishes/and never gets ( .
and :
H 3 Porter Joseph land -
and betleenthe_ surveying districts, 'We take
and breakfast ,till all.the floors have done.with Daguerreotype lik'enesses
-Dea'w. ,Sarsaparilla her : ? t
she commenced using fj
A 2 your
Pond Erasmus the the .
bordering thereon.; and Secretary of "" .. ..
her She tries hard to answer five r ply -;
regain strength the very :
she immediately began to tea-pot.
Rev.John authorized have the
Penny to sur- _
Treasury hereby '
She i"W U-1
her'complaints left her, and after taking seve-i bells at once and in despair answers none., wanftwo.rJ. 15t
shod II rat 'bottles 8he .is.ze6to' Being .a,singular always forg ts'th mustard and prefers'riring yeyB of 4he p.ubUc.da of the United States 'Sit down. her .sir," said th rlilt.&f t:
-FQ1ton Reynolds'Toplear'Oeigei.Eli1 .claLon the line so surveyed as above menfatied rl'th ; ; "" ..".- -' .P ,
bellows. bun in '
instead of the ; '
; Richard,FrancisfticbardflonJa case I thought it might do.good to publishit.She the fire with her mouth ;Provided the thereof,shall" not CwurdlU"." uXlng IS ue..l Ul'a..i'tion'to L' 4
expense '
and + h" -"
will bear uiinuteinpection; : eiTe
used a number .of remedies that done her Her.hands not Opir' b't '
ftJil.fff1 ; e6 ho good previously.: Yours, respectfully, no wonder,for she is cleaning,boots,orjrashing .exceed si.tdoflars perrnile(9r.every mile and'pacVof he uritrY1 fi 11 u' .v- _
S JOHN MULLEN; 'NorfolksiTO cooking .dinners'all'day'long. She carries ? a.mile factually'.surrey,ed,ornecessarity: the most diabolltalfaceimaginable scoi ISWi '

iaUonu{ R2 Sawyer,'Ch &W -" oa3s'' in.a-dust:; hands bread with' a fork. resurveyed in closing those surveys. like a hyena and,, .r grinninglike1(J wild-cat f TiTj ;
1848. '
Springer0eorgiaSoottJohn She is abused Approved Febrnary16, 'That will *" : u
TUE LADIES.. and.iripes plates with her aprons never, uO sir"sa4the "-
4pl John W : and i( '' .'.* operatoj,..' .
Jb .MEDICINE. verrgets helli4ayie laughing ; .
ih.1! SeYll10re ,Stxmmerall. B/ich. GREAT b.1-r rOLTIONPU5L1CNO.-L _. ed222SSJj *._ *

.Eufa3 .114rtha.. Stoddardi r1s B TowwsENbV SAESAPA'ULLA Is a sovereign onlyknows it.is Sunday by ,the lodgers stop ; Yon& go OD,' "re P....-, %_ aL
twice Ri80LU ION, the erection it std' .Ad
re- consumption -and ping'ln oed later'Utan'usual/and.aaTing authorizing on u( .
incipient ; .
Ileartly and sp edy' or 'mz'f1j ,
Goo. Stokes Jas. BTaylor : fl.lJ
Jbr the; general qirogtratibnof the system no as many-dinners""toneookShe'isjwver ..the. public grounds in the city of Washington,1 .t -
iAbothaui ,
T J1 '
Ju. 'if
Jt_ beer. tobacco She -ofamonuiitto George Washington. -- Tlwtrsfrwasade-
the..result of pout except to.fetch or 1 .
H Jno. A. matter ,whether e.eaUle -, .. g k
Resolved by the Senate and House of RepresenttatioestytteiUiited still more'horrible '
illness or beara p1aiDtswit' 1ori. .ted"eh
produ'ced.bjr irregularity, .expr&cSafh'cther A
.3tens'to -
'it *iiseudLrLAxCyeIrs.Geo. or causes : : She tsa States 3:imMVi. Con Uj..1 t L 'i 4'M 9 ., h
of ,
*" F" accident' ." .v** ** ;okes without .smile.if .> ., .: .. P ;
-W-: : "-v-- ; c-. rt P
and is to waifbtf'alwtrt'twentywrsoris. gras aubZed1.Xhat4bek Washington;National "ueD' 8'wor" 'Td' .l"
--' can be more surprising than'its intigorfttingijeffects year, expected was QD 8 ,
t.Capt5N: ..wngLteEaiiivhitclier Nothing :MU thbnTn1m'1frame.Per- tdoh.k of fiTe|> rBonif to love Moniiment Society be-,and'it is hereby anthbr-j tidunt ?-1 it h'tI'-W d.io.trT.f... ..JW. '
-t.--- Jolinr.1lis'Liurii be hone lfol' ,ized to erect monument to the mem l ie1 s, .. :1i" :
-a ''WooclIaM j4jtudefromtaking: it ,all children,in,the'house,and.:to thajaoposed : :
.- 2, 3ai'Ximenesj Sons 9P.es.lot ', of George Wasbington' such'portion of : : g lr hJ rt;! t1tit '**att
.1t.u\DO lPio"'D.'h&t ory> tipon
of the :
"Uf' at oneetwobnuroliakaadjriBll energy under money.. ..... 1..zp..ymi
; -h ifs
Nr ; it '
.f/1 11 : JouwithiD i.
1' 'I bert 'd the pibliot' tEd P.y. 1 ,
'" Antoma; itsl ihfluenctrtwltuimmedlateijr'cOuateftteW the h'e m\N ej JDalo14UWnl' .4U .gAj jist 1I'anloQ4 ern w 'P1a J1. 11llUlteJ ,
'. 1 n.... "Jft8s. h ._ : nef tthe _. 'p :;:.-c 1 veleaaifess* '" ( < : f.
."l ruIlClS .,, ee' f tv ty. 1'Ls41dI hall be. selected by the President of the United .e.n t.II 1e; ,'Kj'@JJl
ro ip:' I great cause barrenness. *' ; ., .!. ..
:) ; : .
i .a
; of-managtrsof .
1ik"OltN 4t .Btetta JLEIJ: the board iel; 't
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i1Ews. onists. hires passed by the.large majority of i""vDY oft mVOL'UJlTAtY'snV Tt1Dz :'(except for are heard which iaanounce.the apProach thelitiwl'earthquakejri parity. .:there. aid JKaaeTrbo. .may t met ,
3TH"JE : I 158 to 23. In examining the and noes we 'crimea ""SJIAtT.- .&ODIJDTtJ)." f j?"** t < ii'time '
ayes ; .j,i -1Co hasten awhllchal 1'8-, such Bfed!I .are,few,and.only to bewaHy .
r find that the Democratic Spcaktr, John;W. Davis ;' 2u? adds Mr.CtbelL;' u Jke tne, bona Fdr; ,
JACKSONVILLE MARCH :4 '1848. V& \ ..rm, .ne, can sudPPS, its outbreakinglesolaticto. the- great, ,Reciprocation ... '
; j, noted/or it.and the ft0/um WhigSfcaker,,. Wilmot Proviso ( : .;
1r --I Mr. Winthrop,company; with his abortion as* By reading;this clause, it. will be seen'that ( .; It is time,' then, that. the workers cause-of actioa in:the.human; b-it :,

sociates. Messrs. Adams, biddings fy Co. voted it ia aTC-af1 nance of thdllssouricomprdmue of Iniquityshoiild- tree b1 'and yield unhesitatingly one c\mj of the HoI1-&rI

against it/ I'and excludes by its Tery terms fox allterritoflries to the PAPnludemsad>> 'for redress. .Neither the'cause., :of"alT, 'law:=. U 'Blunges;:
lathe same year, Manm 22d, Mr.Dromgoole, I southefjhat line, the.restriction contained .N ,
from the select committee on resolutions of the in the proviso, that slavery and involuntary are these Idle aeclaratfonfor the listener tearr: 'tnxl makes treats of penotaffect'V'jSdger' c ,-a ( ::;

; Legislatures of Virginia and Alabama, in regard servitude" shall te- :forniprolitttoP therein.Is may hear MOW fearful whisperings among ; Can'a'l__..'Itif al>

to some amendment to th 'oonst.itutionJDf'tM it possible that Mr. Cabell thinks that the the purest and best -the oldest-and:coolest of beeclnict/ .with &. same: Impartiality)ti
'' abolition state tnprestKtdtion proposed by of FloridA-can "be gulled bj such gross
DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT ADAMS. of people our citizens, evincing= a determination to ha.reform p. aim to whom he ownhis "
the'Legialatureof.BIassachusetts.&made a report, nonsense'or:that tShey.in'o her 8tate 1fflo bor '
This venerable statesman is no'longer amongst accompanied by several resolutions,'on which .rfW.this. nonsense ,.have my ,,other.,confidence. pe* 5abiy" 3 they can, forcibly'if'iii ey'mast.Mpa exercise like were bet.fedet'ted to'hia?
tUJ'I, 'On Tuesday the 22d nit, wttle in his seat he called for the-ayes and aloes, and demandedthe 'in it than as apiece of audacity 1-which .they ; ed T fifen"did 4 "'ilyielboy-"V- ysc'"I rounded, a'Judge elected'by tht people tei1be

;in the House of 'Representatives, he was seised previous'questton. Among the resolutions are incapable of having originated',.'but find it am an old'man, 'Aearly dpnejwitht&is:lifeand$ "' J b 1.those wfco.elected and ) 'who E Eawill '
om ?
$ 'with attack paralysis. Tie was immediately of Mr. Dromgoole, were the following: I convenient to nat: > ,, God knows I amopposed to strife and violence him Leeaakenodistinctioaaarefetrwherea %
an '
.. ? Ja
"Resolved, &&, That tike rule established in. ,The whole of Mr.'Cd'beh's argument-:$f a v, eW
.. to the Speaker's Chamber, from the Constitution-as .the'basis' of representationand string-of the most palpable,artifices can be called -, but the present* state of things ,past .endu feeling,of.gratitude-or: ,..:",I Itnent

'*: whence on account of his weakness it was found direct taxation, resulting.from a spirit'-of an argumentu the continued're-, ranee We must have a change we cannot be would 5tof; 'sway,'feto, let,.hia be .

r.i impossible to remove Uhn. Life lingered until concession and compromise, essential to the. petition of one idea,in various forms; that tome worse off=reform ice mast,Aaw=and if we cair'r upright. Human nature is too ,rrer.
of the Union of the the of abolition -- tr.etoo, iaseC
t;),' ,the afternoon of the next day when he died at formation and preservation democrats were for reception/ not have it without I for one mtt shoulder lIt '
; feet to above ihese.
Sta ,'oug'ht'o be held sacred .by the friends of petitions-that some democrats hire favored soar always con liderttieti,
tf 'about one quarter ,past seven o'clock. He was Che Union. their reference -and: Jfaerefore that no democrat 8m+f aril" Such is the spirit which is abroad Then'we "say; let thefcench retain: its n I

, conscious for 'wTiente'-is'reported to have said This is theiR amend the Constitution m relation to representation I mot very logical conversion-no whig is to'be of petty and irresponsible tyrants "who : whoa A|
and derect taxation among the States, distrusted-and the south ought to give her Judge Is,indebted, the better-let' as select_:
Oast of earth,-flT'om content f' ought to be recommended by Congress, but that ,confidence and her votes to the whigs'; and to eat up the people as they eat bread" Shall we own Judges,'but let U be done through ouy]"U.' :

,; Jotm( QmxcY ADAMS, was born July 31stri every such proposition 'Ought to 'De promptly those individual whigs, particularly Mr. Win- not then reform the abuses of power, and stay resentatives.. '. -

: 1767, antt was consequently in his 81st year;at and decisively condemned." throp, who 'have been most uniform, and are. the tide of popular violence, by withdrawingrom It will be seen that we have .
[l tOiertimelothis death. During the greater por- On the first of 4Jheso resolutions, affirming the most decided, in their adhesion to the exf 'individuals those which taken tt ft*
principles recognized( by the Constitution and treme tfntKslav'ery view oa All these questions)! powers more properly granted that..Sri :seas our assailant fcHy
;) titra ofiHis long life he has been engaged in the so essential to theper i 'of the,Union andre belong to the body of.the people seoi\ of last Saturday=but as" Ve"tj eajfif

J:;{ {public service, and his fellow countrymen a the security of the-South, tie vote stood-ayes {FOR THE zrYws.J] i Every argument, tfcen, calls loudly for reform signature,.-and., speaks! sometimes .Iajtt .:
mow called to mourn for -one of their 158, 18. In the list of the former, is recorded the !,
1' on greatest nays f .
the name -of the Democratic Speaker, AN ELECTIVE JUDICIARY protection t> o r rights as individu. person-:,sometimes. in, the third-_.this. .eiar4:|;t

;. men. fDUVAL Mr. Davis,; and in the latter; that of the.Abolition The power of appointing judges in our State als demands it-the preservation of our liberties only supposition on our part;'but as 0Qf.faM:
ti the Whig Speaker, Jffir. W lIt rop. now devolves upon professed politicians' upon as freemen demands it-our duty to those article, like a celebrated Bishop's brandy "wes

i t MILITIA CUIl\tAIn'S.-We call attention Upon, the ,second of these resolutions, the those who having raffled successfully for one who are to come after us demands it-the blood right to the spot "we,think,that : *
it;: of citizens of this county to fhe noticeof vote stoods,ayes 127: noes 41. Among the for weaayi
ofthose who fell to win freedom cries from
office to the to the our out much
go capital play same game arrogating perception
of Mr. GREGORY YALE in relation to the claims mer, is the'name of the Democratic Speaker Mr. CODourself'11I'On &
Davis, among the latter is the Abolition Whig for another, or perhaps "*e put in a ohanc+e".for the earth for it. It will purchase internal shooting at the right aark "
ta't: 'Of the Duval companies. It is in the highest dei ,. wrespectfaUy
i Speaker, Mr. ffinthropl :some friend. Consequently none but a politician peace. It will purchase freedom from tie decline his invitaticn
t to
ghee necessary that the papers should be immediately Much other testimony in proofof Mr. Win- gin,oaf
thraldom of
will judicial .
answer their purpose. He must be tyranny.The 'real name" to the .
could public however
H.: signed. throp's abolitionism, be adduced. but the ,tevtd*
R above is sufficient convince every mind. Inn one undoubted standing in the ranks of the voice of experience wafted to us from not knew how it would look in print, and tares

i THE: WEATHER.-During the week ending o each of the instances to which we have referred, '.party. He must have done the party some ser- some of our, sister States tells us that this reform thermore, we have no titk to go with.it

Wednesday evening last the weather has been Mr. W. voted milk abolitionists, in opposition vice. If he have grown old in die service, 80. is wise and good. Shall we listen to these
the Sautkaiul the the Consti- '
to of
i much the better. His hairs will shine wise monitors and work this reform er shallwe
tl remarkably clear. At 7}4 P. M. the lowest lotion, while Mr.. Davis voted invariably with grey ,

1; point shown by the thermometer was 50 on the the South? Could a greateroontrast presented upon the bench, if his talents do not. Havingsome listen to the ainions of power, hug ourx&oius"and THE TREATY OF PEACE.

Vl 27th and 28th ult., and the highest 68 on the between the conduct ana views of two men 1 Yet, knowledge of Parliamentary proceedings, rest in inglorious servitude? Let Tire Charleston Courier of Friday 'savs..;A

t 24th. At noon the lowest 54 on the 27th, and Mr. Winthrop is the man voted for by Mr. Gog- he will be able to distinguish the ourctmgclause the people answer. VINDEX. letter from a gentleman of this city, nWtt
gin for tie ;responsible post ef-Speaker!
Washington 21st
from the of statute and famili Cabinet
f the highest 76 on the 24th. At 9 P. M., the body a were in session all yesterday (Sunday. with
L; lowest 50; on the 26th and 27th, and the highest THE SOUTHERN PRESS AND MR. CABELL. arity with legislation, may assist him ia acconipliskvBg [COMMUNICATED.] project of a Treaty of Peace with Mexico, rimed*

f4\ 68 on the 24th ult. a little judicial log-rolling. And who Those reptiles whose nature it is te eat so voraciously by Mr. Trist. The Rio Grande to be the bona

From all portions of the Bout we are happyto wilt venture to affirm that he has no law in his that they remain in a state of torpor iary between the United States and Jlexwt
." that the late of Mr. CABELL and the cession
apology the latter
perceive by of New
THE ETHIOPIAN l\lELODIsTS.-'fhe universalaitufaction head, when he undergoes the daily torture of until: their digestive organs recover from the Meiic
t for his treachery to Southern interests is meeting and Upper California to the United States 'A
a with which the two exhibitions giv- with but well merited reprobation.We .- having it pumped in at his ears. But to be se- severe task imposed upon them while they re- compensation of 15,000,000 to be paid for tie,

If i.g last week by these talented young gentle severe rious-is it probable that Judges chosen! in this veal to us some of the mysteries of Nature, prepare same by us"

I men were received by the public, has induced now feel confident! that these Southern Whig way by politicians-rewarded thus for political us, as it were, for the stranger events-whichwe : The Washington Union of Monday, says-

them, we understand, to make a circuit ove Representatives have sealed their own doom.r .- service, will not "look to the hole of the pit are sometimes called upon to witness which The very interesting intelligence which we bat..
have trifled with the interests of received in tho New Orleans Picayune relate
.it...:, :East,and.Middle Florida, in the principal towns They basely from whence they arc digged" with as much re- else might'strike us with utter amazement. I. principally to the rumours of a treaty of, pea
imagined they
tf of which they intend to give concerts. This own gard at least as if they had been elected direct- i Among these wonderful events we thiak we- We are sure our readers will excuse us from"
could and blind them into submission.But -
will beat great treat to our friends in the country dupe ly by the people? Are there no temptations may class the efforts of & John,.who, having giving an explanation or speculations en*
they have to learn a bitter lesson, although ning upon these matter Propositions bait
it who have seldom or never had a similar to make them corrupt-no influences thrown been so gorged with his late productions that
been received
often before and that is that by our government from Meiicst
opportunity "to laugh and grow fat ;" and if the ,man one who sets taught community, at defiance, will falla one around them to give their adjudications a political he lay perfectly torpid for more than two weeks which will, no doubt, be the subject of due sad;_

Y1Yw "Melodists only receive the patronage they aspect? May they not be led to pledge after our last article; at length awakes from prompt consideration.7' :*"

richly deserve, they cannot fail to have crowded victim to its just vengeance. Mr.HOLMES,the themselves in advance of their elections to his lethargy, and comes out anew prepared .too By tic U. S. steam propeller Eudora, unitedat
, Democratic member from South Carolina New Orleans on the 19th inst. the
contributed Editors
houses whenever they desire. To make some particular course of decision ia order t swallow everything that comes in ,his ,
to the election of an Abolitionist Speaker way- of the Picayune have received letters from'
...: their entertainments more acceptable,Mr. J. L. secure votes ia the one case as well as in the: ctngratulates himself upon the astonishing Vera Crux to the 12th inst., the day of sailing of
He is denounced
to vote. now
'! BicxMAtr, the leader of the company, and one by refusing other'? The present system is open to all the power of his pen-speaks of his "glass house"..... the uilora.: An express arrived at Vera Crux

t of the best comic singers it has ever been our from one end of his State to the other. The objections which may be urged against an election and withal is so much pleased with himseff that the morning of the 12th from Gen. Scott,hating
Southern Whig members with tire exception of !eft the city of Mexico the ot 9tkinst.
morning the
; good fortune to hear has reorganized the the without of the benefits
association those from Alabama actually cast their votesWiNTHEor. by people any he wishes to write for the public "under his .--a week alter )lr. Fraener left there.:Jhe

1 which is BOW as effective as any in for They;, also will fall victims to secured by the latter. There is all the dangerof real name." Like those serpents too, which are express ia supposed to have brought down dmplkates

I the Union. intrigue and corruption on the part of the I found the above-mentioned he of the despatches which went forwardby
;j, We understand that before starting on their the just indignation of their injured constitu Judges, without the means of security and de has wonderful sack of around Mr. Fraener..lotkin$ (u.1 ) d trouspi-
a getting anything "'
red at Vera Cruz /n regard to place By thin
tour, the "Melodists" to give the citizens ents.As fence on the of the people which un elec- : : ,
; part
:' a specimen of the receptien which Mr. that is thrown ia his way; as M shown in his time wore is known oft treaty at Washingtonthan
Rte of Jacksonville another ooocert. We trust tion by them would guarantee. There is more last article, wherein he does nothing but find any where this aide of Gen.Scott's head
CABELL'S apology has met with in other States
; that a large gathering of the lovers of fan, willis danger, then, in the present than in this propo- fault with us for not replying to his:al umentl' quarters. ,
extract the from the Mobile Ala.
we following ( ) The
schooner Mississippi which left Yea
give them encouragement for their projectedundertaking. sed system of choosing our udges-and though :
-tell what he night do if he chose-and attempt
t4 Register of Jan. 27th: Cruz the 14th inst, has also arrived at New.
tJ. there may be evils attending both-it is the to justify himself for his sudden changein Orleans '

;0'1i Mr. Cabell, of Florida, has written a letter part of wisdom to adopt that plan which is politics. The American Star (at Mexico) of the 4th.

MR. CABELL'S SINCERITY. justifying, as a Southern man, his vote for Mr.Wuittirep. least objectionable. And I affirm that an election has the following from the Echo del Conimerciiof '
; as Speaker. It is the special plea of Now we blame no man for changing his opin- *

;: It will be recollected that Mr. CABELL, in his lawyer defending a bad case, and consists of a by the people is safer, wiser, more democratic ion, when convinced that.he is in error; but Yesterday the 3d mat., a little after. 1 o'clock P.M.was 1

.;"'- celebrated apology, gave particular scizzors? series of perversions and suppressions offsets, and more consistent with the genius of when ho fails to make any such conviction appear signed in the village of Guadalupe a.treat, j. of
in avoid the a.1ew truths.
order to
:,:.41 to the Democratic press of his State whom he The great point of his force defence of is that plain Mr. Win- our institutions, than any other which the wis we cannot do otherwise than condemn him peaCl-.by Nicholas P. Trist and Senores Codto,

:;. Accused falsely and illiberally abusing him, in the Massachusetts State Convention dom of man has yet devised. for CuevjiS; ,,and Atriatain. :.7-.,
throp, following A course directly opposite to that
We du not know the but weinVw
.';.. for commenting on his treacherous policy. Of after assisting to endorse and approve the Wil- This reform is of great importance to every which he has formerly advocated, and like the that Mexico will receive seven millions, of jfaff

o. course this was intended to give a party character mot proviso in the most uncompromising terms, man who has property, reputation, liberty or tide in the stream whose name he has chosen, lars. \ -_ ".a,

to the 9q question and to induce the Whigs declined an unconditional pledge of support to life, to protect and defend. He may not fully The same paper says: We are assured tat
a Wilmot proviso candidate for the Presidency, change alternately from flood to ebb, thereby
+, of this State to support him in his inexcusable because, us he urged, the pledge would be em- understand this till he is dragged into court demonstrating the controlling power of the yesterday on, as soon left as for the Vera treaty Cruz was Cucrnana agree l p*

''i:; course We ask now of any candid Whig, who barrassing to his: Southern connexions ,and and finds himself engaged; in an unequal contest moon. and expresses Toluca.-Sar. Georgian 2Sth vlt., """

r voted for Mr. CAB .L to the might lose votes ia the south. The reason assigned with wealth and influence but then he ; '
peruse following ; We admit __ __
had of in it but was I that it is exceedingly hard to reply
no ground principle "r'
,: brief of of Mr. WINTHROP'S will find if and without influence if
epitome some public adopted to give just such politicians as Mr. poor -or I to St. John, but the difficulty does not consist [From the New York Express, 17th insL]

', acts, and answer whether Mr. CABELL was I Cabell in the South, an excuse on their part for from any cause, however unjust, he may have in answering his "arguments," but rather, in THE FOREIGN NEWS BY THE IJ1 ERNJk: ;

, sincere when he said that Mr. WINTHROP was compromising their position as Southern: men. become personally unpopular-these circum-
finding what to answer ; it is true that there are In commercial affairs there seems to be a ccnf
r. .no abolitionist and was true to the interests of Mr. Winthrop declared his immutable determi stances may operate so strongly against him, tinued improvement in England so far
several as re
nation to exclude slavery from all territories columns of something, but it reminds us ,
r b tho South. that the clearest and most satisfactory evidence gards the condition of the Money market. The
whether now in the Union or to be acquired; of the "two grains of wheat in two bushels of
! ;' Mr. CABELL'S that the of the laws adduced stock of bullion, or specie, in the Bank of Eog
, to principal.argument was-7 but said any formal pledge to act up to his -or strongest language chaff," which is hardly worth looking after.- land continues to increase and tat'-
t: if Mr.WINTHROP was open to the charge of abolitionism principles, .would perplex his Whig friends in in his favor, may to the mind of the court; amounts, by
We will try however, to sift it out, and only returns, to about.thirteen, millions sterling*
the South and Mr. Cabell is
:.:, this was than could be said I so mucii obliged to become "trifles air." And
no more light as should such
equal to nearly sixty and a half millions of,dollars 4
him for the party artifice; that he forgives him wish that we had a little of St. John's Kind to
; of Mr. DAVIS,* the last Democratic Speaker. for the unabated and unrelenting hostility to be the case, he is without remedy where the help us in the operation. ; and the continuous importation of the pre'

; This is no argument in itself even if it were his doctrines. He is positively excessively Judge holds his office for life. He will puff at dons metals from Europe and still more from
In the first place,then,we would ask him how the United States, furnish a subject of com"
rue for two make grateful to Mr. Winthrop for the assurance that effort made
wrongs can never a right. every by so weak and despised a
he reconciles his the ment for the English The increase -
be will net vote against arguments in regard to judiciary papers. great
,''t.. But even here the facts are against him. What a Whig anti-proviso man for redress. He will laugh at his calamity of strength of the Bank of England has
candidate, if the choice be between two candidates ,with the favorite theory of Loco Focoism
.r must be the position of one who apologizes for of that same way of thinking-in other and mock when his fear cometh. But how will I relative to conventions been effected,.it should"be noticed, not only bya '

'. '. being a traitor to his constituents, and misrepresents words that he will not vote for a Whig proviso it be, my poor neighbor,when that unjust Judge nominating wherebythey prostration of the credit of some"ot-the lar
I' ., hold that the will of the people is expressed gest commercial housesin the Tingdom)'but by
: facts in doing so. candidate, unless there is one nominated r is reduced to a limited term of office and is :
'' .. this is the substance of all that he said sulk ? Certainly these two arguments cannot depreciating the price of commoditiesto.1a
,r.r We take the following from the Lynchburg, Massachusetts convention where he approvedthe dependent upon your vote, and those of every I stand together, they contradict each other most( great extent has operated.injuriously'upon. the

(= / (Republican. It presents startling facts proviso doctrine and objected to being tied poor man in his circuit for that office?, Will' commerce and industry of the country. The

" (;m"' &' *n the_Politic ,history of Mr. WINTHROP, nd up to vote for'candidate proposing it, when he he not"pause and refle t" before he dare_deal lout emphatically, and fall consequently one. _or the,nth bank has, however, been enabled; by the re
er of them must to the ground. plenishment of its coffers, to reduce its mhra-
not be able to -
these facts must nave been known Air. might get one!
to CAB- of
This a measure injustice to you or me? Will Who is more mum rate of discount to four per cent .' .'-.
\ sort of stuff, Mr. Cabell relates to the Secondly. capable.of. appointing
. he not "remember the battle and do The'mount of emigration from the BntWt'Isla
ZLL.In people of Florida, and the whig prints of other no more5 of the laws :
men judge than,the who
1844, February 24 during a debate upon Southern> States copy and pronounce it as very than his duty calls him to do? Will_ he not ; to America, forms another topic fof nt'mark'
... the 'rules ofthellowse'J [ make the laws If they are to
the following passage excellent competent rear in the English papers. TheLiverpow
Common' sense pronounces it then lay hold the law his
{; occurs in the speech of Mr.Burt: : exquisite foolery. upon as only safe safeguards: for our liberties,are they not quali? journal last quoted observes that in 18.(6J;air
counsellor and be
'J u What was the vote of Massachusetts upon But Mr. Cabell has found some,congressionalitems governed thereby 8 fled'to j judge of the structure 1 If the people I fewer than 129 persons emigrated f w":

, 1 the slave trade Massachusetts voted in favor which he thinks make a good retort upon himself as well as you under its broad ajgisl 1 : through their Judges speak their will shores ; but in the first nine months of 1847

of every proposition connected with that trade, the Southern Democrats, for their objections to If he then,dared to do otherwise, the finger of': can the emigration reached to the astonishing'
;i And now the gentleman from that State [Mr. Mr. Winthrop, and these our neighbor over the the people would write against him the not they do the same through their,Legislators? her of 240,732 persons, the greater propotioa

WinthropJ pronounced the institution of slavery way refers to with an air of triumph, as '"car tekel men* .To deny this,would be, we conceive, to cast of which being Irish emigrants to North Ames*
within this District an inhuman and abominable rying the war into Africa mene vpharsim which would consign him to down the corner stone of our liberties end to ica. There sailed from Liverpool,;lU, Ol)

traffic. He would leave it to the gentle- How much discretion and honesty there infamy and political death. hold that from other English ports 22, 094-total floe

than to say whether an institution once approved be in this effort will be comprehended at once may I have heard of poor men being brought into Legislators are corrupt agents, ,no England, 136,395; from Scotland, 'SlMttr *;
r by the State of Massachusetts i longer entitled to the confidence of those who ,.
deserves Ireland
, ] as by the simple fact, that Mr. Cabell quotes a vote court on suspicion of debt which 95,911 ; 'forming together 240,4601 :
' severe condemnation." given on the Texas question in the 28th Congress together witha i elect. them-incompetent to express the will.of man lies'8s. The mortality attending the per,

:\ Iy "bin. Winthrop said he had high authority ,in favor establishing the Missouri Compromise suspicion of wealth and influence, on the partof the people whom they ,represent is .nothing'I::' sage of this vast multitude. has been indeed to*,
.r for the use of the terms.". '
the has in
plaintiff _
as it some cases procured
were a vote
"' affirming the a rific.LivKXpooi
;: : Here it will be seen, that Mr. Winthrop denounced Wilmot Proviso! Our readers might'supposewe conviction But had there'een a suspicion 'in more or less than a denial of man's qualification 'Jan.'_29-Saturday "Trade tl!t

rj slavery, in the District of Columbia,as are mistaken in the fact the ground of for self go'ernm nt.. If St. ,John holds! week has been almost without alternation.Tiff* .
upop the mind of the .
t,'" An "mkvman and abominable traffic" and court that these defendants: ,' these 'wnsti- has,been1 manufketai?
'' justified the extreme improbability that a representative grounds, Wi he inform us what 'no improvement in the

: ', his language. in Congress, could commit so gross a blunder, however poor, were makers oJudgest think l .you' tugs Republican a government. ?:, o ?. ing districts, and-the cotton market bas coast''
; -; In the sameyear, February 25th, the follow I or attempt so palpable an imposture. But it is those cases would not have been'decided anent!, been. depressed.: The 'cofnaoikW R
. ; ing resolution, among others of a similar import I ne1'erthelesa.a.tact that he has done so-and I: different principles Or upon I then, the people, through their delegates,. also dulL: The leading discount hO 8eS'm**

,,7, was introduced by Mr. Belser for the action the proof is this: rather do you: not can express, their choice of candidates, it is astranger don have reduced:their rate for money"at |',

it.f of the House. He quotes from the Texas resolutions of the think those decisions would have been govcrnecby : theory ,which.nies.that they',can. signifytheir 3 per cent'; and Thursday; the Bank of,.,.
;; That aU efforts of the abolitionists or others, 28th Congress the following clause, for whichall some principle? The principle'of: elt-pre-I .ciioico'" their. land reduced the'rate of discount to'4 per eeL,
1 Judges through Legis- '
made to induce to interfere < : ,
Congress .11"
with questions the democrats north and south voted;' and serration might have,:,formed'an Jngredient.intheJu stars whYrbrfn8-the f --
b Then
slavery or to make incipient steps in this he pronounces to; be the origin of the Wil lgmentJ-producing ; 'Judges in closer Surplus None,'in S .Ptt il ur'r-Thr7 '
' tt reUtion thereto; are calculated to, lead, to the mot Proviso; ,. ; a balance motives so contact with the people-:what snail we gain by nil or "that 1

tj: '> abet aUnning and dangerous consequences,endthat ,*'f And such States as may.be formed out of thai the'feebla'iiifluance. jr' .' ofinstinci'tai' ...,|1 I".lit". ."haveturneji ,"' itr::Will itadd'totheir th ',ti3.oe; : certainly was again Stj.Petersburg found to be a, large announces cumin ingot,* ?

all such efforts have!'an i inevitable tenden that portion -of-said territory lying-(south of ,the,...scale.. ,. .. ..". *" credit
U' : ; [ ,tt f t"- J! I'DOt.'j c .-. specie totha of the hmpireTherorM
j; r q to<1if4lnili( | : ,the happiness! of the people, and thirty six degrees thirty,minutes north latitude ,AU this is plain speaking- but the time'has ; r.: t taken tromU on'the 9th Octotierthe'f
.,: endanger the -StabUlt1 ? Any one;who knows aught of human nature ?
andperma.nencyo'the commonly !mown as the-.Miuouricompromise come for 8,67A 6,19'rablea20'kopecs, which, ..plaeff-
''. Union, and ought not to be countenanced by any line shall be admitted I into",the Union withwithoat'slavery plain'speakIng.i"EtenialTlp1aDC is kaoiea liio.r that thereisiri.theitonatitatioa'o t .-Jth".nLr. : -- ,..
;J to or the pn : ., requisite formalities, 'ittrtE9;:? ,"" ,:>
frieaa our nUcaliiistitutions" rfSSfwemen shbuIdWer !'
,AS the people of each State as [ : niaaiemi. .. e.ifiti'iehiohtlnollni'.taProtate ,. : once Prince Peter..of Oldenhnrg and MVW
1 + r i .. .
It will be observed that this. resolution takesEtrcng.Soatheru feartoepeakoutboldl.Y -4 "-1'w : ; jl; ... '
S king permission I 8y.cesire"and in such' State tihettthe Ubertiesareendangered. ,l all.actions of his feUowmen en which other high'functionaries, .in the vaults otk i
1 grounds against the abolition or States as shall be formed out of said territory ,'(Wh! n theloxmutterm: ofolution : fortress of 8'. Petet aadgt,1inl.' 'Tlietre ii it..
: *' .rev' affect him and the .
and the more exalted':
faints the
slavery the abo mind
; desiglia of the
north said '
Missouri comprofaise.liae' :
, e t.t- -the rumble s of subterraneous forces" T which is now laid in: this fortress amounts t*
stronger this spirit become;=in as m'la1ca.
r:' o 115,674,959 rubles1'ruble equaling 75 cea tJ.)

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1fi; II ,\I yea on Sa.tur4ly Jt1 fhe itieasen-' words the magic spell has broken, ,' county of,Duval, in.$rrer errs ofmtith :sndleArriL .And now in.proud and cold di.J t :nstCharlesH.Pilet4ltulloffetrtor] =ale atAllintter : fuc/t. ;crBzrHr.i'l f' ". .- -_ ,***, f! 'I.', -wad ,.tw

. '1r's stl"ll't'ort BelttIn, muc1i'. 1,yield ties_ bask lorea: suit,-tokdh'. in the couniytf C61uad iatm, tie first. N"u, is i.'rhewhy give*fo.>the; class vJ *.* of- II" ? &teantst'above;mention 1 ",thai. ..'they. ,\.t}'_,.",Q.f. !. i'. 'tr: .'
; .
C4indisna, hbiew'Elekico, bid fair I'dreamed &ee Mop.afot.April nei.uthe following Described f'lrutg."d"t.! ,. n,3uly t tfi'I'I re"yrn"-, : the, wrL .' t-1l.; t } +.
. tronblesom This Wd fort theMwLaJDl.Dcht all that man could be, land,viz:, The south'Jwestqoarter of southeast General ;%tte7listnbt.fcifcd; Office"at NewiumsviHe,'E.F,and lhat the period otO.\--w A* : bJ: 'Y.U.Jo '.

.ir.e IDJium are g thtring in the" I gave thee all my heart's devotion, I xiuarter,of sectida 11ft;; township 2, range. atlOb ad'Act, for tEe proring.the i fact *. Oat the settlement has be ct Bencc '"** the' j' H1 nt I :

. -'j Great Coret dboutlZ'SO miles'from Fort And now thy base inconstancy, '14,youth and east;:atsohhe-south-east quarter. 'particular Ufrter section ujk 'wbidi"it. \kcateaV?tbill expire ontheditVofposite Uie.'ognah tp: JiS' ;l:t .]
,.. s yere 'reIttu'ing for an attack upon 'Would teachme check the sWeet emotioa J of the;south-west,quarter,of,secUcm 14, township = described"m the annexed list. .Ttooae. : pjUcajttta, .twhoH eeUleJEoej :wi-' .pt", ,. f1:", 4s+'r '
Col efllfinwas tnakiflfe' very pre- which 2,range 14,south andeast$ aiso the southeast these. townsKps. neste'd'to nie jwrtk lie/Rejis aadiAecetverNeizasnarion ".'Dl J gab ". o j.&J :'.
f a ofto t'rl eire fltein, "but tb march,a-, my soul but learn'd from thee. quarter\t section 1.township.2, range 14,; or before. iaidd. tea:satMastoiy probl ptdwua&t to the:.req' uidme :of the. ...Law"aboto"mentioned. v4 :4t1' -'/ .

: \hem cd attack hem in their rendez- And dost thou say thon ne'er didst TOW, : ilmth and.east; also thbfeoeth. east quarter of .. _- ,. -. s.-6 ;si: -.< V- /" "" -. -! '' ,,HI .> x- ':t. -1.

1\ dlettls'Or- Gilphi's command was To'love, and honor, guard and cherish? I north-east quarter sectia Etownahip 2, range .Such proof should be, the applicants ow%ntR avitborated, > by the testimony-t & of.+ trio-. or* t "M. tt 'J! .!
14 -
-fimikd. but he hoped to be able march 'fly falsehood fe south and,east; also the rest half of northwest :more disinterested and,competent Witaesseseh.proomO'aldstatc.al1thepart> :L..L..*as-to d.4._ t" ,

\iidale of February. The greater difli- .y on t y brow, I quarter of section'5 23,township2, range I settlement, ., / < \. ,%. ,., VJE L 0 1 f.4' ,$

i'I tlht experienced at the Fort in obeying And I thy victim now most perish. '14, south and east amounting to240 acres thesame I ;Unless the proof,Quired in_ the fore biBg, is file i1ii pf Before t the:date ifiJ, the applicants t i f

iJ1- or Cot Gilpi"- IDs horses are aUrd And dost thou say thou hast not striven land sold and -conveyed by,John C. Pelot ,will forfeit_all right.. tine__ tin d dam_ tb the Lai L>itnder their_ Permits; 'J'"* +
ors or8oo cattle only 70 now remain, Around mv'sonl to weave to Charles H. Pelot on the 28th Dec,'1842,;to- .. T- ? *w J ? f V it-t fiZ1J 'q

and are daily lessening this number. a spell, :ether with all the improvements, privileges' Towiuhip.Twentythree I ,fckftge. 1 Dale'Jh' Le\ut'e WJ)1eb d'f'r.fUIf l'. scttlrrtfefltm : t-' .: .
"' _the woives YlSlDade at Fort Mann to send That no pledge of truth was given and appurtenances the same belongnog or,tniny ..b* 6len'irial. rife j iif "t f 1"t.c .. ,"-_" ': v z" 't' : ''

1. JJ t Gilpin but with ltttle success. A Which my tongue can ever tell? wise appertaining South. I Eighteen as;. I : atiuar f 26th. 1849. .... ; tl.1i 1i : :It
O'$ which B. FITZPATBICK .Twenty-four do Eighteen &6' 1 14 .
tot offl'OOl'S Lieut. ana was Yet is there no language spoken dp "doaO. ; )'1
: \
1l cae escort a sutlef's train. deserted, to a Which the heart Sheriff of' Columbiacounty.. Twenty-three ,do Nineteen, do j ,. do '.'kT [ {
,'edetedm eourt Mi bad been ordered, but can understand, .. March 4th, 1S4S. 5t Twenty-four do Nineteen do, .1 t .*ao. do 'f"I; ft ;

. 0' A rib hid not been ascertained.Corrts-, And no vows that can be broken Nott-The particulars as to the settlement should i ,- time .when cultivation was,con>' : t ?}:, :t

. : e TS p tsbur g Gazttte.erii Save what utterance can command I NOTICE.BY menced'-tne kind of crop c ltiYatedntlmber 6f acres In.. cultivation-the'kind of tenement+.* .
'J Yet His true thou didst not bid me ORDER of the Court Probate of Nassau I' erected-wnmber of perso'cemposing tefatoUy discriHrinatms;between adults and children ;> s; r. '!
'of the Gertaans.-IS a county, will be sold at the plantationof and whites and f,4.
Potions females tsddred
.J =I been given to drinking tip to hislean Learn to love thee as Fve done, the estate.of Jolita W. DuBose on Thursday JOHN PARSONS, Receive ,8 RUSSELL Register..:..,.'Z n l r.II'II'm&1es ;6

) ear he remains a drunkard fortftUty.fi But in honor,didst thou chide me, the second day of May ]Melt, the following two WN' OFFICE NewiiaaSTflle, Florida, February kith, 1848. 3t _- i ;' :
,1ft J lif G are t so a O thnan. It fre- Or with pleasure lead me on? negroes- Affy,abeut 27 years old and W daughter -, .?.-? t !}. 1 h"

. the rest that German gets drunk eve- Mary Ann, teny ears old.. Nassau Tax .Collector's Sale. :
1luent1)oar the end of his Hadst thou told me to have roamed tfeee XX W. DlJBOSE / ;
to twenty.
of his life up the first Monday in May pext, betweenthe .
\ 11 -, but on the first day of the twenty- Only in cold Friendship's strain, M. K. DUBSOSE; ON .usual hours of sale will be seid for '

. f J1Wll nel he has slept away the effects of his Then in truth thou mightst haveblam'd me, Administrators.March the State and county tax, so mutti ef the undivided -; 'i; ..
. 4th 1818. < J.-
I t debauch, he becomes all of a sudden If TVe lov'dlkee all 5n vain. 2m Interest of William $kme seed others, .- .
. <(0S ant drinks nothing but water forVXS&fojs. NOTICE. of the Waterman lands, as will lti1 sum of ; :.}. -

Yesterday he was a regu- Hadst thou taught me to have banished, bating an mteTest in the mmage- seventy-five dollars, and the cost and charges _t i xyFLOIHD

, the"**mi. full of tricks and wantonness; to- What I now can,but regret, PERSONS direction of the administration attending the'advertisement "and sale thereof; .fi4i.

} 'JII'liT P'isa ettled, steady man. Yesterday" Then thy image would have vanished, upon the Estate of- Payne deceased, sued boundaries unknown to subscriber: LAND. SALES.1t7TLL :. s yti'+3 i
. t ireless Bursch, scatterd out before the HOin. Probate for Colum also \ Js 4 *
tae an .And my soul could now forget. Judge be offered for sale .at Auction oii c ,,
and left; to-morrow he is a bid Florida will take notice On die' same day nit be fifrld so much of the '
f hisdiscreet monk right But I have most madly loved thee county, please that VT the 7th day of Marcnyl84S at the It
dig ,
making a profit out of eve- the subscriber administrator such lands'of Mrs. Fleming aid A Low as will
. 'Phili5t, upon estate pay County she bf Benton county EastFlorida ,
thing heandertakes In fact, the passions Which now galls my woman's pride, under the provisions of an act of the Legisla the'State andxxranty tar. The amount of the several tracts of Land, in Township, 21 Ran a', i' r F S1-

confined io regular periods, That e'en thus thou shouldst have movd me, ture of Florida, entitled;An act to provide for taxes due on said lands, is forty dollars. .The i8.: and in Township 24, Range 21.,. 8 r+. ,i

liean inevitable toll. that must be paid at cer- Then so coldly turned aside the re-establishment the Records for the Fleming lands lie on Thomas' swamp. On the 14th day of March,at the Court House .,
his JOurn y through life. This county of Columbia and for other A. J. BRADDOCK, bf Marion
I12it! t.ioM on But I'must fore'er purposes county, sundry tracts in --.Z: : 4 b
character is most forget thee ?
peculiarity of the German approved January 6th, 847, will avail himself Tax Collector, Nz.ssaurounty. Township Range 20
of his university life.5' Or remembered thou art"- of the Febfnary I9 1848. is-a .!
rvable:1t the close as privileges therein specified for the puT- .".. 13, 21, .
\ fellow-stufcnts at a German Umver- Oh what pose- f instituting copies in ubstance-of all -1g b t
One of mi poor requital met me, papers 14, 21
Tax Assessor's and Collector'sNotice. .
desperate a duellist that his bodycomplctely belonging to the aforesaid administ atiea. *4$ .,
tt 111"DS For my own pure trusting heart : I. 14, 22 .t- .Y .
with wounds. Even 1
Can "
coaxed be found now on file in the Clerk's office bf At Madison
t't Court House '
tx is hereby given to all having on Thursday the.
the'fay tapsters professed that theyfcad never &ust not view thee as a lover, said comity papers and instruments of writing NOTICE property within pertofos the < of 23d March: .. .t.
cowdd'M1lk ro nlUch. I never But thee friend. to be substantial pounty t';
man that regard as a copies or counter- Section. Townships.
. en I Orange that the subscriber will attend to all S. Range
Ii"his equal as a gambler. Hs was a rcgu rDonJlWllmoD Then my fancied hopes are oter- parts of administrator's bond, letters of administration returns, directed to him. Address to Enterprise The S.E M f23, J, .7. v.E..t.. ,y ; ,1. o;,t wr tSWkof t-
the ladies, and his exploits and and tl
f t inventory appraisement &
end. LEZA. &. East Florida. .3, 1, 7.,
Hopes of life and all must tat
i ,
him in which fire the u '
involving were first
constantly scrapes.toreoer destroyed by on day .N
sere VIRGIL R. DUPONT Tax Assessor 1, f. ,, ,
L the day of his leaving the 'Jacksonville? March 3 1S4S. of November 1846. This notice betterto u Wtj .
up to very given aria.Collector of the coufety of Orange. h of 26, 1, 7' w
) lie vas a dreadful blasphemer. Buts enable the administrator to enforce&s "
CnifeBit.r. --- -- application February 19, 1848. 4t .E 'of .1, .1, 6 .
drank our parting glass together, a sud- before the tribunal for -a discharge : '
. n MARINE INTELLIGENCE. proper v 72 '* :ui. '. i, .01 ,. -> .
tenrhaage came over him; his heart was soft- ,I upon final settlement. STATE OF FLORIDA t ,At Jefferson Court House, oh Mbhdar. this S-

3 wl a tear stole down his cheek and mingledtit PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, MARCH 4. SHUBAL BUR S. MONROE COUNTY.. 17th March: S"tflrf

"J, the inkling wine, and exclaimed, By JAS. S. JOKES, Agent Benjamin Megin, & T. >:.RI t; dt" r

v.i youth!T The next day he entered ontttjM ARRIVED.Feb. ; Alligator. Feb. 26th, 1848. SetDISSOLUTION. vs. In TkeE ;'orNW 7 of1J f 1 S 3 E, R

1I GS pastor of a parish in a remote coun- 26.-Schr. Canton, Wilson, N. Y. ,Thomas Taylor, Philip } Chancery. EM ofSW of13 f if 5.1' w l r
fr1;it preached, heard confessions, and dis- Eeb. 28.-Brig Creole, Whitcombe, Bermuda. 'Sawyer, damns Filor. J JJT lv}ofNE3ofl4 1 5 H '"

3f irrbnted the sacrament; and looked back to his March 1.Schr. Orland, Drinkwater, N. Y. IVpOTICE is hereby given that u&der and by appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas \i, '; ,:1I' d

1 I. ftJn c life as to a dream that had long siuce March 1.-Brig Amethyst,Pettiogill N. Y. -Li virtue of the articles.Copartnership entered aid Philip Sawyer,defendants in the U S of 31, 1, .;: 1i .1 Mvtr*k, *.-,
ied&iray.1)aUar. Vnicvrsity 41lagazillt'ht March .-Brig Amanda Patsons, Brooks into by James B. Cole Darlin C. Prescott,' bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the N] .U of" 1 2, A.
and Benjamin Wilson under the firm of State of and that the said Thomas E ofNW '' /
l Ellswortfe, Maine. Cole Florida Tay- M U of5, .2 .5: :
i 1 Some Trade.-I saw a horse trade once> -Mafrcfc 4.-Schr. Tuscarora, Foster, N. Y. Prescott & Co., en the lOtfe-of August 1847,the lor resides in Europe and that the said Philip TERMS.-One-fourth cash,. the .balanee>ilf

1 nhnds were busily making the "pfs' that Feb.27th..-U. S. Steamer Wm. Gaston, Capt. said firm is dissolved by the consent of the undersigned Sawyer resides in the'State of Mississippi, three annual instaknents with interest, in ad

., land so odd when a crowd ai-c smoking silent- Hurbert.,24, hours from Savannah, to Fernan- constituting a majority of the said It ia Ordered, That said defendants appear vanceOr, if any purchasers should prefer to:
Z /T. dez & Bisbee. firm. James B. Cole alone is authorised to settle and answer the said bill otherwise it shall be pay all cash, five per cent wfll be ,deducted\ sewrr,/ ? *

Tom.0"HeF I March 1st.--V.S.Steamer Ocamulgee,McNelty up the affairs and to receive all debts due taken pro -confesso. from the credit instalments "" t 4 'C*v-T T-N-
1i from Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee. to the late firm JAS. B. COLE It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order Lists of the particular"tracts can be* had by i'iS4jV'1'
Knoir bu.1" D. C. PRESCOTT be in in to of the Post ?
3 my 'CLEARED.Feb. > published some newspaper printed applying any Masters in Benton.
4 Tea! Bait. Gnrey's Perry, Feb. 7, 1848. the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month or,Marion county, or they will be furnished it. 1 ,. -i I.r {
1 'flow'll you trade ?" 14Schr. Saml. Caatner, Watson, West. nTh: : undersigned will hereafter continue for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas I'Y' fetter posf-paid' addressed tor + t,
0 H Wooster K.
Feb. 22.-Schr Perry
. :DTcnowl 1 1e Otland Drinkwater, N. Y. the business on his town account, and all persons Taylor, and once a week for'four months. ,. in REGISTER, AT TAUaHASSEETFuX'JOHN .t
We outsiders watched to see who should March 2Schr. reference to the said Philip Sawyer. BEARD
S indebted to the firm of Cole, Prescott & Co. Register of {
1 out ahead,for b&tk were open eyed haps.' Feb. 29th.Steamer Wm.- Gaston' Hurbert, will make immediate paycrent, and those bay- JOS. B. LANCASTER, Pmtfc Lands of the State of,Florida. .. ;
Savnnnak t 1"
. "The only fault he ever had was high spirits ; ing demands, when due, will present them. Judge So. Circuit of Florida. Tallahassee, Nov. 13, 47. 3m Nov 19 t. !s ,
od he's over that fast" Bill. March 3d. SteaSaer OcaaulgeeMcNelty, Sa v J rIT. r.. ''v
getting says Feb 19 5t JAS. B. COLE. Taos. F. KING, SoL for Compl'LKey ..' I r,
1 "Mine aint a bit too mettlesome,"says Tom. vannah. West: February 19, 1848. 9m S; MarshaFs Sale." : t ;.r a ;,
We saw somebody would suffer by their eyes DISSOLUTION., virtue of .writ of Fieri Facial J. 0
r tad whoever it was he was flatted forever, forthey Duval Militia Claimants*. THE Copartnership heretofore existing un- In Circuit Court> Bl out of the United States District, error?},

,. had never been ia direct collision before. noiroommissioned officers and privates the firm and style ef Dell & Russell is EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA; forthe Northern District of Florida wherein Court* 't%
After short Bill J THE this day dissolved by mutual consent. The COUNTY DUVAL:' IN Ctu eER\. f' ;
1 a silenct.saJ.S Captains Bosh, Price and Suarez' companies Josiah Gates is Plaintiff and Cornelius Taylor/ ,
For how many dollars will you swap?" Florida Militia for service in the years business of the late firm will be settled by Philip Mary Moore, ) Defendant-I have levied t and shall t t',' a .

i We peeled our optics and said nothing, for i iBilTg 83S-9, who have not yet) signed the necessary Dell. All those indebted will please call and vs. J Bill for Divorce. the first Monday in. November upon next,, between-m* 't r"} '

.# was by odds tke best horse. papers relating to their claims, in the hands of make payment: PHILtP DELL, Henry Moore. ) I the hours often, a;m. and, two, p.. m. of that
SAtttEL fcUSSELL.Flemington been satisfactorily
having appear '
"Five says Tom. the undersigned are requested do so without IT day at
I ,expose public Sale in front of the Court
I affidavit that Moore the defendant q-j
"Done." says Bill. delay. The papers to be signed are left with I Feb. 19th, 1848. 3t by Henry House in the City of Jacksonville: Af-:thee i -
. R -bad a sure thing of it..f r a short si-1 Jol. the named ia the above entitled cause residesbeyohd title and
bee. Pons at Post Office, or may be signedat Wanted', the jurisdiction of this Court out of right Interest which the said Corneli.
my officeGREGORY YALE. roUKG' GENTLEMAN as a Tutor in a us Taylor had on the 10th of May, 1843 in and
this State and in the State of New,York therefore j
Tom!! ii i Jacksonville March 4 1S48. tf A to the!ollowmg.trilCtS of land viz ? .
private family, one whose qualifications on motion of Gregory Yale Esq Solicitorfor :- /v W.
BcyT -- and moral character would recommend him for A tract on the StJofitfs River, near tfie% r
line thing I forgot. My horsed dead." Executor's Notice. said complainant, i mouth of said river called the Paolo Tractor''
such situation. To such an one liberal sal- ,
a the said defendant u.
. i 1 very Still small whistle, and a universal I'LL persons indebted to the Estate of Fred- ary for the service will be given. Apply to and It is answer Ordered the, That bill of complaint of said appear com- hnd,situated in Duval Cbiihty;State of Floridaf*. t 1r Cx t
qbreath- Rice deceased are to and bounded the North
requested OSCAR HART. on by.the Be n'River ti'
tid-too.WeU, any how, I'll take-tkat-V. Mine's make immediate payment to the subscriber, Jacksonville Feb. 19, 1848. plainant be taken as within confessed four against months,him.or.the same will ,on the East by Sherman Creek,run 41 sq i; ;r, ,

and all persons, creditors, or legatees, having with the meanders of said Creek to King's Road 1 !, g
That of this ;
Then burst Bill's mighty heart. He delique- demands against the Estate of the deceased, are Alaclma Tax Collector's Sale. And it is farther Ordered, a copy thence along said road; to lands of Lewis Mat-
the Clerk of this
. .- Yankee Blade. notified to present them without delay, otherwise be offered for sale at public outcry, Order, duly certified by within Court tair; on the Wtsl.l y the St. J hn's river,. i f' tt '

I The Ruling Passion.-Every body has heard their claims} and demands will be barredat WILL front of the Court House in the town the be published Eastern Circuit in some of newspaper Florida, once,printed a week con thence running with th'e.river to the place of r

tf Gen.Scott's 'hasty pl.tte of soup," but every the expiration of tW'O'years from the date of Newnausville in said county on Monday the secutively for four months. beginning; this tract conforming to a" plat of ,

i kody has not heard what is said to be an actual hereof. PHILIP FRASER; Executor. 14th day of August next within the legal hoursof THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.I survey made by Z.C., Gibbs on file in the gt;, .. f 1

I fa4.that Gen. Scott in speaking of the Valley Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. St sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided interest OSCAR HAlt, Clerk of said Court, do hereby Johns' Circuit Court) under n decree of partition -,;+ + r

t bfMeiico, always calls itthe Basin Mexico.. of the following named persons in and to certify the above to be a correct copy of an made by the St.Johns' Superior Court,in? x.j s 't
"i. Vwrid it not be more in keeping for the General NOTICE. certain tract of land known as the Arredondo order made and entered of record in the above 1827, and containing about six hundred acres;t % p t, ;
. to all it the Tureen of Mexico ? SIX MONTHS after date, I shall present my Grant, to satisfy.and pay the taxesdue thereonfor entitled cause in said Court on the tenth day of I Also a tract of laud,known as the Fortes Tract;ii
. and vouchers as Executrix of the the State and county, for the year 1847, A. 1848. I bounded on the Sov& by lands belonging to

.1 &l Fremont.-A Washington letter in the Estate of Henry Barnard, Jr.. late of Duval and all cost and charges for the advertising and February IN, WITNESS D. WHEREOF. I hereunto set Lewis ttairon the West by the King's Road.bii,

. New York Courier says : county deceased, to the Hon. Judge of Probate sale thereof to wit: L'S. hand and affix the, seal of said the North by the North fork of Shermaa's"
. mepiteof all the secrecy that has been pre- of said county, for a final settlement of said The undivided interest or portion of Blood. [ ] my Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. Creek, to the mouth thereof and .from thft i Fv

S Fed in regard to the Fremont trial it has Estate, and shall, at the same time, apply for good and Thos. Tilleston. 19 1848. 4m mouth of said Creek to the"mouth of an. tit.
r out that Lieutenant Colonel Fremont) has Letters of Dismission as such Executrix, of The interest of Charles A. Jarvis February. _. the sea, about bAe mile South of tke St.:Johns*;

. been found guilty of MUTINY and casKtred which all persons interested in said Estate, are The interest of Noah Jarvis TYPE FOUNDRY Light HSuse,and oh.tie East by the seibwichj,* '1 'r

r though recommended to tho mercy of the Preaient. -, desired to take notice.HENRIETTi The interest of Jeromus'Johnson. 59.Goldf corner of Ann street, N York to the place of beginning, and conformng'to ay) :

. The question now is, will the latter ask BARNARD, Executrix. The interest of Alexander Muir. subscribers have taken the Type Foun- plat of survey made by Joshua A. Cuff on/file; tin

JJ the out to reconsider their decision, or will Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. 6m The interest of Mordecai My era. _. THE and will continue the business lately, the Duval Circuit' Court,.under a.,.decree' Jofpartitio'nbf ,
Le limply disapprove it. The interest of Mordecai M Noah, for. the conducted by.Robert Taylor. They will attendto 'the DUal County'Court'.wiii 1839. :
. and and confirmed by the Circuit .Qurt'i of the .
Administrator's Sale years 1846 47. all orders they may receive with punctualityand r -
.' The trial of Lieut. CoL Fremont has at BE SOLD at public sale on Thurs- The interest of Ichabod Frail. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by County of Duval,at the May Term, 1S47-containing

I wsfUi, been brought to a close. He has been WILL the 30th day of March, 1848, at The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years th.em'wUI be Hand Cast; and they will furnish about one.thotWIIid seven hundred and ;

! fd pnlty. I have not, as yet, learned the the plantation of the late Oran Baxter, all the 1846 and '47. .alt kinds of Printers' Materials, bf the best fJ 1- sixteen acres- -eaiSh tract being part of the f =.w ; 4 .
" 1IP6-law but believe that the fact of the sen- personal effects belonging to the Estate of Oran The interest of Cyrus Perkins. ity. Mr.J. A. T. Overend is still'emph'ed in.supermtendiDg Grant made by tie Spanish Government to Any f L>*1I

. 1--ber'eiied upon as correct. Baxter,deceased. Consisting of Cattle, Hones, The interest of Rogers and Price. the manufacturing department; drew Dewees, on the 3rd rday of September,? r -
I have learned this morning, from a very re- Cart, Timber Wheels, Chains,Dogs,&c. Boats, The interest of John"N. Sayer. Proprietors of newspapers,who have hot advertised 1791;and confirmed to his widow and heirs,4 on"" .u
-.a liabt:.1OII1'Ce. that orders hare been forwarded Turning Lathe, Cotton Gin and fixtures, Car- The interest of John M. Seaman. I for the ,subscribers, Who may publishthis the 4th day of May.. 1S04- iid tracts include'the
to *Goa- Butler to arrest Mr. Nicholas Trist penters and Blacksmith Tools Sugar Boilers & The interest of the heirs of Wm..Taylor, for notice for three months, will be entitled to town of Hazzard, the steam? saw mlll,on'thW ., 'n'3y'

Qd send him home.Washingt07l Cor. if the, Frame Work, and Sugar House articles 1 large the years 1846 and '47. receive pay in type* on purchasing five,times beach,and the scite on which :the St.' John' k ,srli";
p Mhda. lagtcirer, iih ult. Sugar Pan I Silver Watch, 1 Rifle 1 Double The interest of Wm.Thorn for the leal'S 1846 the amount of,their bill for advertising. Light, House stands \: &&'.a& .,.

barrel Gun, Ploughs, Whip Saw and other Saws, and '47. Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 ctsPe5 r ROBERT MYER :Marshalr, .*-, ,e r
ntH Rot Loa"-A rumor has been started Saw frame, Grind Stones, Lot of Mahogany and The interest of John K. Townsend.The Ib. c. By his Deputy, G,HCSLPHKETS' : + iwFF'
that the orhilda have offered to take the sundry other articles plantation use. interest of Israel Foote.' The Type with which the "NEWS" is i U. S. Marshal's 17,1847.'s: .'KStAugdstine.Bept. ;

I Dew lass millions. The Union of ALSO, his interest in the tract of Land1 known The interest of Jesse Delano. printed, was, cast at this establishment. : &*
Fri d y 1aP-"We have made inquiries at thee as the Richard Mill tract, swamp land,containing The interest of Shivers Parker or 0. M. Dor WHITING_& TAYLOR, I K. B.-=!The reservatWrf of four acres, I'd"

F bpartmea, and ire understand that no such about 500 acres more or less. Successors to Robert Taylor. ding the Light House7;will' first be offered fix? i l. "
. ?OP on u been made at the Treasury.- T. 0. HOLMES, manThe interest of Alfred Deforest or 0. M. Dor- February 19, 1848., _.3m sale as above, and the' remainder/in'separaw rti
Weattach DO to such Administrator. man a _. tnLe;made kfloWfi< 'fat the,day and at the:place :'fir
consequence rumor. I
any Jacksonville March 4th 1848. The interest of Benjamin L. Waite .or 0..M. Executor's Notice.TO .' of sale -'tJ tot"nTh :
h ) Creditors Legatees' and persons above sale is ,
English Dormant ALL postponed# u tiFtY'
., paper states that abstemious and I
llU.tW II are the only two words in the English Alacbua Sheriff's Sale. The interest of Barnabas 'Osburfar: the ''entitled to distribution or having claims first Monday Iii December'next. V :KbfS'U- .

'herein the five vowels follow each Y virtue of a writ of:Fieri Facias issued years 1846 and '47. against the Estate of Jacob Sumerlin; late-of Prbceediifglsi in'thw catise'having 'been .

.- ._tt&eir. proper order. B i from the Oircuit Court of the Eastern Circuit The interest of Thomas C,Doremus. Colombia County, deceased-Notice is hereby stayed bt the Court; the sale of Ue"nboVetiidvertjsed : E 'r

of Florida, in and for the county of.Dltral The interest Rufus. Davenport.,,; given, that letters testamentary' on the Estateof .Property is'fureber'postponed 'until

, th 41 Catch-CWh&t.would. your wives say. if in said State, directed to all rand ,every the The interest of James Suydam.; .' the said deceased;were granted on the the first- .Monday, .in:.'March. next" Dec 17 ,
q "r*here we are?" said the captain of a Sheriffs of said State, wherein Robert Brown, .. The interest of.John;Rodman for the, years 18th day January, 1848 by the Judge of Probate .. .
Y7J.east" and and *47 .for aid county ef C'olumblBState1 of ., NOTICE. 4\. t"TS r
, schooner when they were beating Executor of Jehu Mizell is plaintiff, MosesS. 1846 r e. H. j; t
r ioa thick fog fearful of going ashore. Hyams and George M.Galpin,'are defendants, The interest Thomas Dexter as marked,on and that all?&. _ud 4emandswi t]l'be rat- hereby given to-all' persons concerned:lixfc '

Pb I shouldn't mind that," replied the I have levied upon, and will,expose for sale on the map'ofwdJlrant., owner not known.ortheyeara1848and47. red;at the end, of two years, from"-the1 dayjbifgranting ::-..: .. Estate of,Zephaniah Kingsley,dece Jr1as i i
"f' only knew where we were ourW the first Monday in April next, at the CourtHouse u said letters Testamentary,unless filed heirs,,legatees, deyiaeesand erode,..!al" { 1
tetYea.l. in the',town of NewnansviUe; in the The interest Of;Susau,Murphyr'for the years and made to app
" lfeka that same Captain. He once lost county;of Alachua'in said State Hbetweeh the .110..11 and,J.41., .'..1 i 1qr t" _" '-'- i""_; .It.tur11l. fl-t a.1l.persoDS. concerned.r.will take.abtAUm, at-th,.next:term of:.the Court'of;.**. -: tbti.-r a.r

tChUllal'll" one of the 'hands' belonging,to_ the. usual hours of'sale on that dayA: certain lot The interest,of,Henry: Dudley,!for"the'yefrs claims and demands against t ha said estate, the County, of Duval,to betholdett< :atJseltBort."
e The Captain was ft *man of heart,' of ,land, in the town of NewnansviUe-Trith:a 1846 andM?.?** ';rlr-b f-.r eu'sr i &** be rendered to Thomas'D.Dexter,at the Lower ville, on-, the .first-:MO11da'of.Apn1; neat'pm r. .
1Fe and we a iid to hint JJ a sympathl" good dwelling house, kitchen and other,' out The interest of George'J. -k: ioitht; Mm' Slits{1n sald'countyTj L: sent ei"ACCOunt wifli eald >Eutatej'aoftxfti '

rF t uY2 houses thereon;theiwoperty George M. Gal- ylara.1846. and.41rr.t''t' i":.hit .a.J. ;: /) 4 sSWlHOMAS. D. DEXTER; vouchers. (for a.srttlement therbot!_.-&&; }&&, l,, ,

'8 oor J oe; is gone P' pin to satisfy said writ,and interest and costs. .,- THOS."C,ELLIS,lAte Sherfr1 .:t'J!t+a ..,"h\ "" f.JOHN r A.SU,1tSERL1N,4;r.Tf' -1 .''.j;LB.IBASws: "' ;
.11e'si gon -".he replied .nd Iihre him thereon. -.WA'GIBBONS,' : and fiofficio,Tax-,Collector, r.; -. (c- l' j'. ROBERTJwn.JlQOKB; : ; "1' -:j"Y'a **." -*. PUTNAM .;" 4
ti :bU.one I bought ia Boston, and sweat ; Sheriff.Alachua county.Newnausvine ; H..b. .'l$' 4 1HjfU for Alachua county. .ft .TATH ; 3. Executors of,the said[ Estate'r1. 1 t i"11' ..JEXecuto !"t.# ,
tic + .; 6m February:5th 't848ilt5jfj 2IDmH JUcJwbavifle Feb>12,'1S18: **
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t i. finlTB abovfi:regard will:.be, paid for the ap- of a'itrit bf/Fiery I.:let il"TILIJ E sotD Ji the 11M'Mon fay TO 'O "tOUTH..C.lfRo-' fft.. 'miEJ 'W
*prchension of Mathew.C. EubanksRho w JL> ..u'out of the Circuit Court of the t .toMrchi.'sA.'Dy i.1848 f.before.t11 Court"l LIN.lf SQEdRGtA tt AZ'ASmXmB.of tlsw: o' 'ti'jh '

charged with hbrse-stValirigand other crimes, "lernvCM uiof the State of Florida'fi.the.county : ;. "til the)'T WhtorAJll toii(within" g SIssi I 1VlI E SSEE tF.LOBIPJ, iP. tttitrxi,... t1'fam"'iiim

f' n said Eubanks left this County about the "Gr,. Juval afKerember* Term.'IS <'I hottrs,!th'o toUomg proPertyi .1\ih j \ LODISI.J,i$ t'1tg'.,UO.m' 'Wi.t 1.tI J..1'r t a" ,Ul 'fo t "

6' ot1&y last, and is now .believed. ,to be in ;will expose to public.li fiat front tthti.Gtourt 1 'AiTEAliI6AW'ibiILLrearColdnlbas. ,-'it itA"'t. 'i LWW'1IB' -Yo -atten, 't4on .gf n. fJi III'-.l # t(
House'in the Town of Jacksorivflle'in "l a\t'sand 3i .Wyj 'dapptntetan' \ t da(1:
E Eton" r cbunty -. rb ,1f thef'ea an usef41'medicin q l.. tIL 1
,fw aIfi Edbaaks is about 2fii'or 28 years of age, -i on the first Monday li")MSrcli ie'xt i between, ndJ; ?',,acres oMand,'upon aver discorm+ed.J liJf n" 'r 1lii itrlrtiiaai i tot; -hiiee w. l"i"'lI.1MOr lt 'Jt.&i'.. t..

j irotliet: el?are made,.broad across the shoulders, the legal hours of sale on flat day We nndivi el #hld "lids, ; aadOd b you with a4o rahd tire ofIe AQT ,, ii.. ".1IPl"F. !,,11I& .

bouta4ltfeet in height red: or sandy hair, light, title; and.interest' of''sJih';'Acostalatwo t.ng'1D'U e'oriit'of Colambia'about:two'mileaEasfrc"th but I lay before ApetiuloP; l!.Pfgtlg goat m! tlefr 1.1i_ .tJ / : _
r face round complexion certain tracts of land .rie and =East r m'th'Town bf:ColnmDcs; .. .t-. ill
h.6ulderi lying being C "
.stooping .
he Vnj ej to ..
f' ; A. reap ectabie. Uesjin ;; ire 't-Jt !. 'it"".... '
: light r.lulJ",!' Ii blue eyes--complains of his in the Mandarut Neighbourtood on Which she levied 1TMml: .the 'property xif'Heitkiah'A.' : my certificates are|Yore city of Sav i e 1, e..sow rea to; : '

r 1 breast, aid has a cough that causes hoarseness now resides the otter at tie head'of; Boggy'1 'Nash BarntsJ to'satisfy a'writ of where I r sMefand msny f roufJourWtf State, H-a" .,.d. r'l.F&,.. U. 0tJi.ac4iti .
-dresses genteel, and when ia this neighborhood Branch near Juliagtoa Creek? both tracts ooa- Fieri'Factas,Ji issued from (Columbia 'ircriit here MMVine'isJUJdwith'gft I. h.$>" -t.' < "ndtna :., '
s himself off as Cumberland Presbyterian Sae acres or Jesj.-- The said interest Cenrt"in-Thvor bf"ArChib 1 LlI:ot 'James B: '. I. .
1 passed; a taming more ., :: ; tonishin spagYithas; re ggditselfto aGe. bn.cpuaignmeata bO,: erradeand.GhatSea iii .,
t. Preacher-he abe professed to belong otU said Acosta In said tracts of kind,'is Cole and G brge'WCOlb;partners; &..* va7Heai perrR"' to any otb@r!JU J ciiie tor the cure yr' 01 ; f pn orNewYoi "_, I.

to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account levied upom, and will be sold ,at the time-abovementioned kiahA.,NaSk','and, Me'rriek Barnes.' .h.'. '" Fever and Ague which"it IrillWin: ft a very .f'A ley 't : the said EublLnks was arrested near to, Satisfy aa execution.iii'favorof < w oj ,, :i 30- -5, -i-- (r -' Ahl1Jwh' -
siveri us. short space of Twelve:Hour,1 itbk-iiove been Ploughs.-to :mod. t .
(, Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his miscon- William CampbelL Property pointed'oit by ALL THAT,cadlTided( third of aa. endmdedfourthbf known Mao aI.catain'cureJ.', ;Jlhe the attention 't Plantere..' : ," ., -' S M,

.' Jact j find as he passed himself for J. Rober-. Plaintiffs Attoraey those two sections. 'of land lying;sitQ- Medicine is.a; karmle$s,an ft 4tastele9Ie, .JacksnnviiIetNoy-,"1846' ..-t.ti; J
'' .on.' he was brought to Montgomery by the THOMAS LEDWITH, Sheriff a. ate'ad being';in the county* of CotumbIa'East, which will make'it the most popular Medicine 1 ...

1' Sheriff of Benton County, Florida, upon the By A. W CRICHTON" D.s.. ? Florida, bwn'as'lot'aamberfive,fractional in the 6outKe fitate&"iThe 'Me ic! e1con- tr.ll'fre1 CoIXASTl1ilit'Ca ..

:: supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who ; Jacksonville. Jan.:,29th, 184&Slicrlff's section. twenty-four, township8'!number' one? tains n. mineral preparation whatever/'but is'a I u. -,. n".r r 'Ii', j"" Jtii.3
rt'n. -
; was charged with forgery, and who broke jail range.Tiiaber reteD1:.containing one hundred harmless V in Montgomery last spring; but, as he proved Sate.BY .and'eighteen( acres; aid lot'number .six,,township arah;II inter : In .
this Medicine ,is a..valuable,,preparation .a81.t pJa ; ::.
virtue of writ 'of fi. f issued out cf .
Roberson he was set at liberty: a : and above hun ,
,. not to be Jesse range as all cases in twelve'hdurs n ra1 riot "
arid we have reason to believe he will make his Superior Court for the District of.East dred and fifty' thr e acres also all thos? lots cures time to' be lost/ a,l(that'is to"be Elijah .Hunter, B l i
'- wiy towards East Florida, as his health is such Florida for tke County of Duval, I will ,exposeto of'landin the.town nogfColusu iL'Tb.:-rlot nUIn- require any gtJeen'made to'appear1ta':
done is to take the Medicine and to to work. IT
; ad' to induce him to make his way to a more public sale in front of the Court House ia tie. feer fbrty'-eijgbt",'ling,felfaalte ;d being' betweinBroadwayVaricr go faction of the C'C11'tJ hat Gf-j
To the Rice Planter,!\is a,valttablejMediciiie. EJij4fa.1
Town of Jacksonville in said county on the ; ; .
CirCUIt. res3'tstreets/"ahf Defendant in the above
Southern ; ,Q 'betweenfourth nata ed
it does not contain mercurial mineral _
first ia October next .between the as .any or :
Monday legal
t" I SAMUEL S. SMTH. and fifth streets, fronting on Broadway; ides mt.ofth Stat ofFJoridAlI1d '" ,
THOMAS J. SMITH. hours of sale oa that day,certain negro female one hundred:arid tea feet, and, running'back to' preparation whateyerj' is therefore'a'ufeMedicine j xenon of this' tl'On', rD ti
for those who pliable
.1 H. J. HARRELL. slave called Chloe, and her child George, taken Cypress street'one hundred and fifty feet;'',, lot I beg do not let 'me ,havetotax! ou so ngton;U _IV Esqr,i 's01iclt .,; '':.J t
ia execution the of B.Lancaster you,
Nov 26 as property Joseph number. and Taman +
: Cahaba Ala, Sept. 18,1847. thirty-five,lying being between f'. t' .
often with certificates &. It
advertisements .
,to satisfy aa execution in favor of Gould,' Pine and/ and -.It ','tJr4aed That tht : -. ,.
Magnolia streets u: .
( second ,
$12 Banks & Co.. THOS. LEDWITH has already proved,it self be what I say it is, > r arid"annerr '
*# WILL GIVE the above reward for the apprehension and third streets, fronting on Pine street and the greatest'proof!iaL; body:is'commending tied'to'p r ,
( J Aug. 27,1847Sheriff, &C. hundred:'and ten feet and every antabillrofcom l 'widwlfo1'
f". to of one .running back,to
and delivery any jail, my it to be the only certain and:speedy
I The above sale has been postponed to
the Magnolia street one hundred and fifty feet- Diyorce/raoM!,e W'wil, be t ., .
slave Charles who escaped on morning ; the have agar
negro the 1st Monday in November next. Oct 8 i cure for Fever,and Ague. All,you ,to '
Lot number six the of said Town And itJa
.:. of the 4th inst. from the Daval county 55- The above sale is postponed until the In present plat do is to..,ask your neighbor what he, thinks of father-Ordered, That *0 (Wi.
in the lot Order'duly: certified :the
comprising original by 'r .
plan Clerk
jail at Jacksonville. Said negro is of black numbers Humphreys'Remedy for 'Fever'aad Ague and of t
first in December Nov 5
Monday next. .
four lying :on the Eastern bank'of the Suwaii.aee > published in some ,
in ,
about 5 feet 8 9 inches height
complexion, or of to be conVincoo'jo:will tryitatleast .."
17. The above sale is postponed until the course, '
'" river and said riv the -t"C'
and. about 25 years of age.w1 fronting on fifty feet I hope w. Hereis offer to ;Planter of.,Florid s, ,onci-a.v'. ..
I" first Monday ia January next. Dee 10 my any .. .
and back hundred and for four
: DANIEL BURLESON. running one feet; Lot consecutively months.THO .._
of South Carolina who will.eithetcall on Doct.P. .
n-The above sale is postponed until the first ,
Ii, Marion county, Fla. number five, being western half of said lot M Cohen,.of Charleston SC.. or :
Monday in February next. Jan 7 1848 ,
fronting on said river twenty-five feet; and running Clerks$,Office; :
,L J Jacksonville Jan. 14th, 1848._ I | T The above sale is postponed until the back one hundred feet; also Lot number city of Savannah, and either of us will give 'DOUGLA'j r
Bluff for Sale. I first Monday in March next Feb 12 enough for twelve cases'and'if, it does not cure !
Orange five Eastern half of said lot 1. SriRtsc
; being fronting on : ten out of tie twelve,we will refund the amount > >SCARBOROUG.ur Clerk of.aid f.''
S A FARM, consisting of 640 acres situated Ta Collector's Sale. said river twenty-five feet, and running back i paid for it. You are to seethe Medicine taken do hereby. certify the above to ,>oir a tmj !\

;j..1 c. on tke St. Mary's River, Nassau ON Monday tile 8th day of May next, ((1848)) one hundred feet; and Lot number six.front- I as I have directed../ of an Order duljr road e and entered,d "

county, twenty-five miles by land above the between the usual hours of sale on that Ing on said river fifty feet running back one i Owing to the heavy rains during the past in.the above'entitled cause, on. tfcesSti. da-.1
'.: town of St. Marys. There are upon the premises day, Will be cold for the State and County hundred feet together with all and angular I summer, and which still continue, 'all the low October A.D. 1847: .?'-.

*' a new framed dwelling house, of seven Taxes so muck of the following named tractsof tie buildings oa said lots.: Known in the pre lands are under water,which;will cause a great IN WITNESS WHEMOF, I. havei.'fotk:

;r rooms, with closets and other conveniences on land as will pay the same and all necessary'expenses sent plat of said town as lot number six, wit1aU deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it to set my,nn, and canned the:a t

the Northern plan. Also,a new kitchen, 'storeroom viz 2S2 acres of land on the St.John's the appurtenances thereto appertaining,said will be to your advantage to procure a certain [L., S.J said Court,to be hereunto nines ,

carriage house,.workshop, &c, all in complete River, known as the St.Joseph's Tract, and belonging buildings ,comprising a dwelling house,"forty and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto 25th day of October A. D. 1847 ""h 5.

1\ repair, having been built about one year to tie estate of Waters Smith; 1200 acres feet square, two stories high, a store once occu- either of my Agents myself., Ask for S:SCARBOROUGB-Clot l
since. There are about 30 acres of land under of land belonging to E.Pohl& Son;390 acres belonging pied by'Loud and 'Sadler on the lower floor, HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Oct.29, 4m -""

.**! improvement. The dwelling is pleasantly located to Lindley Todd returned by W.A. For- with piazzas above aad below also a building AGUE. State -.r '

',, on the bank of the river, having a fine water ward as agent 1000 acres belonging to E.Pohl& used as warehouse fronting the river, seventy The Medicine is for sale by the following To Florida: Duval Co j'

Vr. view In front of it, arc 19 bearing orange Son returned by John King,sear, agent; and five feet in length, by thirty feet in depth, named gentlemen, who are the only agents for WIT : To ALL TO 'WHOX: THESE'rz '.
'. trees, (besides others younger.,) from which a 350 acres belonging to Cornelius Taylor AU : twelve feet between floors and out buildings, the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN-REMEDY,.where, SHALL COMK ujt&>:Ti:
crop of 000 oranges was taken the present sea- the above land being within the county of; Dir! kitchen, smokehouse, stable, &c. Also the it will be found either at wholesale or retail. WHEREAS, Ephraim Taylor,has info. ,'

sour Around it on either side are apple and val THOS. LEDWITH, Sheriff, and South-East quarter of the North-East.quarter Country merchants will make handsome profit tration nnd Court; for Letters of"A Ex-officio Tax Collector. D.C. of section,nineteen of.all singular, the Goods.CiattA'
: peach trees. ,and the South-West quarter by selling this medicine. A liberal discount and Credits
The health of this location is unsurpassed by Jacksonville Nov. 5th, 1847 of the North-East quarter of section nineteen made to Planters, &e by the dozen. Address this which were of Jacob Bryant,b&ef
any in the State. Opposite the house is the best Township one, Range twelve, South'and East, W,. HUMPHREYS J county, deceased,who died Intestate.'fb '
.'. had fishery on the river. In short the place Orange Sheriff's Sale. I containing seventy nine 89-100 acres; 'Also Wholesale and retail dealer in, are therefore to eiteand admonish all andQ
virtue of writ of fi fa issued out of the Drugs, ular,tire next of kin of said deceased eredS'
affords to a gentleman wishing to make this BY a ; West half of North-West quarter;section nineteen Medicines Chemicals & : ,
t Court,for the of I Perfumery, &, and otfcerparties in interest to show !
country a winter or permanent residence, a county Orange, Township and Range above containing SAVASNAH GA. / caw.
", rare chance. .Terms low. will expose to public sale in front of the CourtHouse seventy nine 8 .100 acres, also the SouthWest fore 'me within the time prescribed' 'Iii

.. Apply to D. P. CUTTER, Esq., at Wood's Hotel at Mellonville, ia said county, on Tuesday quarter of South-East 'quarter of section THE. OLD ,PALMETTO STATE.A why said application should. not be gnarfrfotherwise -

Jacksonville FLu, or to Rev. A. H. HAND, the Uti. day of March next; between the ; township and range as above, containing thirty Letters of Administration u id
'" Woodstctek Mills Nassau county, Fla. hours of 10 and 2 o'clock;forty cows and calves, : nine 90.100 acres, seventy-five acres of the a- VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA said, will issue from this Court to saidliAnb
December 17, 1847 2m one mule oae yoke of oxen and one ox wagon. bove lands being under cultivation; Also the s3 following my Taylor.
> Mr. Thos. J. 8. Farr of Graham-
DISSOLIJTEON.THE Levied upon as tine property of Algernon S. interest of Loud and Sadler in'a certain bridge Agent, my name and seal of COBT -
COPARTNERSHIP heretofore Speer, to satisfy said writ with cost aad interest across the Snwanaee River, connecting Columbia ville, S.C. (L s.J 'this 28th day of December, A.R,1841
existing thereon in favor of Archibald It Cole. Property Mr. William Humphrey, Jr.. at Jacksonville County aforesaid.1
I and Madison counties said interest ,
and of Pearson being
the firm &
I ': pointed out defendant. i Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. WM. F. CRABTKEEL'
by undivided but estimated at half
one or one
Dili is this dissolved by mutual consent ,
Watts in favor of Remedy for Fever and
JOHN SIMPSON your Judge of Probate Duval
; i third of said levied the Cesa.tr.
tae business of the late firm will be settled by bridge, upon as property ,
i Sheriff Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testimony ; LET the above "Citation"
Orange county. of John W. C.Loud and R.Sadler
t P rsOJL All those indebted will please call Henry .is 'undoubted.Yours week
consequently for six
,. and make payment. Mellooville, February 19, 1848. 4tnillcborragh junior, by virtue of two executions issued from a weeks,in some.Newspaperwxn.
J. W. PEARSON Columbia Circuit Court, on judgment of foreclosure respectfully ted in this county, if any, if not, in some Nevj.
Conntr Mherl<'* Bale. j THOS. .. S. FARE. paper printed in some adjoining county offitjie.Wt < .
of mortgage one in favor of Robert A. .,
virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias,issued I Grahamville, S.C, Sept. ISth, 1847. V CIJABTRW"
BY Lewis Loud and Sadler and in
.:. Newnmsvittc Feb. 12, 1818. 3t from the circuit tva one Mr. w Humphreys Jr.
court of the Middle Circuit JosiahE. Baisden vs. Loud and Sadler. Judge of Probate;I1.C:
I"% Estate of Archibald Hogans, dec.ALL of Florida, in and for the County of Leon, ALSO, Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used Jacksonville Dec 31st. ., 1847. : '6w.
in said State Fever arid with succeSS I { ,1Jr..1
to all and every tAe Sher- your Ague Remedy -- -
';. Persons having claims against the EstAte iffs of said State, wherein James W. Dabney is THAT in CERTAIN tract or parcel' of land, situated obtained a supply or.it,from Mr. T J. S. Farr, A lntinitrator's Notice.7'*:
of Archibald Hogans, late of Columbia Plaintiff, and Wm. 'P. Craig is defendant. I county and know as Lot' your Agent of this place, and administered it S MONTHS after date,1 thall"make'a jpK
: County, deceased, are hereby notified to number six of fractional section seven, Township ; :directions'land cation to the
have levied upon, and will expose for sale on South to my daughter,'according to / I Honorable Judge of Probttt
: I. present the same within two years, or this notice seven Range sixteen East, containing state that disease left her"m' for the of
t the first Monday in March next,at the CourtHouse am happy to the County ,Alachna,for a final settleoat
acres levied the
be in bar their and ninety-seven as property '
pleaded upon
recovery the course of thirty-sir hours and her of accounts and vouchers AdministhW
the Town of Tampa in the Countyof present my as
said of the estate of Thomas'A. deceased '
: all indebted to estate arc requested Halliday, ,
persons state of health indicates certain of the estate of Joshua
Hillsborough ia said State between the a cure Miller,late of said maT
ed make to satisfy a judgment ,rendered in the Circuit .
imrnediitepayment.7YLPHA usual Yours &c: E. C. WATTS. d<-5ed. i
hours of sale on that day: certain : :
court for Alachua and counties in favor
H. ROBERTS, Adm'r. Lot of land, on the Manatee River, ia the county >f James Bradley it friend George,W.Bradley Grabamville S. C, Sept.'14th, 1847.AGENTS. JOSIAH SEK1NGER. AdsrV.--
of BllUboroagh viz -Section No. 18 _August 20th, 1847. bint -
: (Eigh vs- Bennett M.'Dell.administrator of Thom
Columbia Dec. 24 847. .
Alligator county, M.
.-P. Cohen & Charleston,
teen) in No. 34 Qo- '
Township Thirty-four
; ( ) South A. deceasea.THOMAS. .
"" NOTICE. No. 18 (Eighteen) East also the South-East Halliday; S. C. T.,J. S. Farr Grahamville, S. C. j W. A": ,NOTICE. .> t
'. Persons claims the ; :B..FITZPATRiCK, Carswell Savanna Ga. A. McLane & Co SIX MONTHS after date I shall prt
ALL having against es Quarter of Section No. 7 (seven J Township No. January 29 1848.. Sheriff, ; accounts and
*'. "j. of John I L Stafford,late of New Orleans 34 (thirty-four,) the property of Wm. P.Craig, Jacksonville Ga.; Shotwell'& Gilbert Macon, estate ot Wm. F. vouchers as ExecutriiX
La, deceased will present them to the to satisfy said writ ; interest and cost thereon. WAREHOUSE OF ( :; Dorsey SrKnott;'GrimnGa, ;; '.A.Moist to the Murrhee,late of Nassau wwity

:., 1.--, subscribers within the time prescribed by law, JOHN J.. HOOKER, Sheriff. LaGrange, Ga.; Winter \Epping,'*Columbus, deceased Hon. Judge_Probate_t MM
,. r or they will be barred; anti those indebted to By BENJAMIN HAGLER,-Deputy. PRINTS O. N L Y Gar;W.'Root, Marietta, Ga:; T. Patrick, Salem shall county,,for the final settlement of said estate,Ind

5, ,J" the said. estate, will make payment to Tampa, Feb 121848. 3t Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen Augusta, Ga.; J. A. mission at such same time apply for, Letters$f Pi)i*
i SUSAN STAFFORD, Adm x. No. lS6 Cedar Street, New York. Sperry, Houston
: r \ JOSHUA STAFFORD, Adm'r. nilUboroHgh Conntr Sheriff Bale. Atlanta, Ga.;William Carr, Jacksonboro, W.. R. sons interested in said estate are desirMft

iL ... Tampa Bay Sept. 10, 1847._Cm BY virtue of a Writ of als. fie.fn. issued from LmUm, JT1tJmi QN' Lmm Anderson, Dalton Ga.; E. A.>Burch Hawkins- take, October notice.29th :MARY MUREBEK,;

Y'. 1101,. the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of .9 yule Ga.; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; Cole 1847 .Exeenteixi
Administrators Notice. .(LATE LEE & JUDSON ) ;
I, Florida in and for the county of Leon,directedto Prescott & Co, Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot "
t.y '! ALL PERSONS having demands against the all and singular the Sheriffs of said State Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE &'Flanders,Macon ; P.Martin Savannah: Cnn- '. C A RD.. .:,"T\'il .

',-' :: ; of Oran Baxter deceased,will hand wherein Taylor and Rich are plaintiffs, and No. S6 CEDAR STREET,-the.wiiots ningham & Co. Dalton, Ga.;'J.H.&W. S...Ellih RIVERS- ,.&_ L J .'
,: ,;,' them to the subscriber properly attested, in the Mitcuel Ledwith and William Wyatt are defendants of which is devoted 'to the exhibition and sale Macon M. C. Williamson- Davisboro, Ga.'; Wm. ; ROYALL ,c4

.. time prescribed by law, and all persons indebted I have Levied upon and will expose for of the Single Article of. Hodges, Sandersville; IL T. Floyd, Micanppy, DENTAL. SURGEON) t

:: ." to the said Estate are requested to make sale oa the first Monday in March next at the 'PRINTED CALICOES. Florida ; F. FaulteD,' ckson-yiIIe Florida. ; I Office, ,,No Jirhrk of St.Julieri l 8tt l
immediate to -
i?! '.: payment Court House in the Town of Tampa'in the R:S.Daily, Laurensville, S. C. .' _Square;._" "**fr
" .' T. HOLMES, Admr. of Their present;,,Stock consists of, nearly _. )'I
J county Hillsborough withia Legal hours of For sale wholesale and retail by SAVANNAH GEOitcrAr-
(' '. of 0. BAXTER,DeceasedJacksonville sale on that day, a certain lot of land on the One Thousand Packages, F. A. POULLEN, Agent for'Jacksonville. Aug.2047. 11" ,

i u ._ ,January 7, 1848._2m Manatee River,v&, the North-East quarter of I Embracing some THOUSANDS, of different A liberal discount by the'dozen. '

! : A T, a Term of the"Circuit Court of the Eastern the SouthEast quarter of section Twenty-five patterns and colorings, :and comprising every .October 8th, 1847. FORWARD, &',ALDRICH.fATTORNEYS
: ;'. i, Circuit of Florida, held at the,CourtHouse ((25,) in Township No. Thirty-four. ((34)) south'of thing desirable in the line FOREIGN 'and. J -

Y in Jacksonville,on Tuesday,the sixteenth Range No seventeen(17)) ,East, containing forty DOMESTIC. PALATKA HOUSE.THE'Subscriberinforms AND COTTNSELLORS AT :LAS,,
*' "
iIjj day;of November, In the year of our Lord one .acresa double penne housework, house and All of which are'offered for sale, for cash t.or her friends Wri.ir practfce in the-several Courts of Lip
1r thousand eight hundred and forty seven, garden on the premises the;property of Michael satisfactory credit at the LOWESX PBIC..tS "" has' 'the and. Eqriityiin; the Eastern Circuit of Floridi
S ___ and, ttons.that 'opened above .. ..
the tf1."A : '
by _
,$ -
; Foawaan t.'Augnstp.
'Resent: Ledwith to satisfy said writ. Interest and cost establishment with! every view; to their >,
,,' The I Honorable GEOECE W.McRAE, Judge. there JOHN J. HOOKER Sheriff PIECE OR PACKAGED comfort. 'During' the last'summer she has had Lnws"". .jAi.DRI> wnwTJlliz. --,0.---,: :-;., ..'4",j:

# ,Henry Bennett, } Ry BENJAMIN HAGLEI, Deputy. New Styles'are received amost'everyd y, her house thoroughly coiled and extra fireplaces TREE .
vs. > Bill for Divorce. Tampa, February 12, 18.8. 3t and many of them are' got up foil our own sales. built/scrthat nowshe able'to offer them' W1\I. F. CRA ;
Nancy Bennett. ) and not to be found elsewhere. ATTORKEY NDCOUNSELLOBLAWi
\ IADMINISTRA.TOR'S good;and comfortable accommodations warranting .
; IT. appearing to the satisfaction of the courtfrom NOTICE. ri' Printed lists of'price's, corrected from tb".givejsatisfaction to'all'who patroniteher. f Jatk8omnlle'Fl ;- 4
affidavit filed that the Defendant in theabove IS. HEREBY .GIVEN 'that day to day, with every variation in-'the tare '
NOTICE admin market Conveyances into, country be.obwn d .''WiLt,'attend to any business Wnsted toil!
entitled cause resides without the State l on the estate'ofEliza M. Crich- placed in the hands- Of buyers. here: Mrs: & WIGHTMAN.. : hands in any of the Courts in the Eastern Sf|
of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this ton the 2Sth Merchants will be*able to form some idea of :. ..' '
,. was granted on e'iS47-by the ,Palatka, De. 101847.. / 3| ; .. I. cuit of Flo .d 8. -" ,V., flv .t', -- tfJJ
Court, on motion of.said Complainant,by James Judge of Probate, for the county ofD val State the extent and'varietyf.r6u assortment/wKen -.-_ > -. ,- ,t.I
i : ; S W{Bryant Esq, his Solicitor of Florida. All persons, therefore, having we state, that-the value of''bur ''usual stock of In,CIrciut.Coui't;;. .. ":4 1- TC1

c k i- It fc Ordered That said Defendant appear claims against said estate,'will present them to this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value 'ofthe -t SOUTHERN rCIRCUIT FLORIDA.., .I'. 'FELIeY. Jl.I: TN'' S. oJ_ '_

and answer said Bill of Complaint within four the subscriber, within time prescribed by law, entire stock of dry: goods usually'ke P.bY' INc'axn-Fpott'.THE'CQDNTY.;OF Hn.t.J1010UGH: TioBliEYAT''t l ;!

months, or the same will be taken as confessed which is two years from the date of administration our largest'wholesale'jobbers This"fact.;to- Nancy Parish, E) 'JN.CHANCERY: 'a k8o tiil tt s.JiH.\

against her. ,or they will be barred, and those indebted gether with the fact, that our means and our 't7f. fV Wiu.practicemall theCourtsof theE*

'. 'And it is further Ordered, That a copy of this to said estate will make payment to,-. ,. attention, instead'of being divided among a'yast j.m R. Parish. 5'5't Bill for Divorce., ',_ 7 ., rniit.r ./ ." / *"> tf* \

lie order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, A. W. CRICHTON" variety of articles/'are.devoted1 wholly''ONK, : IT having been made to appear,to the satiafactiofl -. 'r'. .. -, 'Ltu.J. .

; be published in some newspaper printed within Administrator. will render the advantages which we ban'offer of.the Court by affidavit,that the above\ ;., r' ';C., GI < .
the. Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space e of Jacksonville, January 29th, 1848. 2m' to d a1 perfectly *obvious;;'arid'It*-'shall-'be nameddefendant; ,resides out of thi :SJate.ofj G'USTUS LE.i

four,months consecutively. our care that none who visit our establishment Florida, and ,beyond'.the jurisdiction::this! 1**T UNEY ANDca J rsELLoR H i f*Ji Jfcn4 ;t
:,< VJI,OSCAR. HART, Clerk of said Court do hereby NOTICE.. shall meet wlth'any disappointment -.' J' Court,: 1' < J' j .Commissioner( or Deeds of thegtate(if !

certify the above to be a true copy of the order THE FLORIDA,HOUSE.isagain open for : four assortment, '.' is complete at all seasons of ITJS.THEREFOEE on motion of James T. J.IagI -'' 'll ct "within and for the State of Flab

fi; wade rind entered of record in the above entitled reception"ot'company/and is still for the ear.'r LEE'JUt SON-&:'LEE. I bee, Solicitor .forl aidcomplainantOEDKRED; i _,_ ..JACUOTILLE: '

vh '-_, j'' Game in said Court on the date aforesaid. sale or rent. For terms, aPPIYto.Jsa..B.'Cole P. 8.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the''ftmF bt that the said James R. Parish be, requested to; r k

.i'\ IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto at Palatka or.P. C. Zylstra, at.St.Augustine.1 Lofd& Liu' &'ima late Senior partner(6f( the'original appear-,and?an9Weir1 the':l inplainants:Bill oComplaint ; rf: _r:CHARLES: .'P. cdoP ;w t

c i set my hand and affix the Seal, of A. H''CoLRSt. firm of Lee & Brewsterfrotn', which"C(>nt" herein'file,within four,monthep>i a: ;''ATTORNEY1:ANIX' COUNSBLL if )
luDl, said .Court this twentieth day ,of Augustine,Jan. 14th, 1848. 2m nection he withdrew1 some time'ago has resumed Detntprocoitfesso will. btaken againsthfinl.j i Will practice in the'several CouWof: ttfternCircuit
a business In eomtectio'nrith 1 I. FUETHkB of
December,'A. D, 1847. MesarS.Xee & Ani IT is OUDED/lhat a copy
830 REWARD. Judson and assufe!''his' this theClfcrfckof: this ; ofMorida.' ,. .,.. .'L
,i __ OSCAR HART, Clerk. ( friends than the newconcern''shahhsvesthe'saimeg'pii'eeminence Order dulycertifiedfby> ; ,'',' "J'- .1'
i: Dec 24th, 1847, 4 % i 4m THE above Reward will'be paid:for in _Ooartr be published m some newspaper printwithin"thelState'piFloridaJottcetaweek '.; #7aoksonvilleE.F''Nov.2. ., : ;.:: ,>'.... ._ ., l, lf
the,.apprehension f sad'Safe 1 delivery to this branch of trade, which fon rly:distiri < : '>4secutiTely.forfouriri6nlhsJ !
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4 ) NOTICJ3.i '' : me of my negro. man CHARLES;;or that ed'the'"othei' two'hbusw to'which7 !robe : ';. JsJ T.*1. ". ft. Ilu ;QJAut 4S g, PEL Q t'ATTOiNBL

]hereby i given to all 'persons concerned iny" : he'beplac in Jacksonville ;Jai.t'so l ;'"'- dU S l:1iUt l1in'i 51847.i lIJtly:t'r !rf ;I.c ''t;<;;GEO.tW.f.MACRAE,Judge_oi?t11 in:'COI1N8JU..t.OJTj, !
tj : \the Estate of Zephaniah'K npleyC deceased,' t>at;;'1:)can'gel him D.'A..:BtJRLESON. "..r r-- ... .-. .. t1 t. ) t.! f" ,i.r, tutherI{ Citdnlt;F1.. 'i -'S' LittltrRixrt-Florida*
ttieifs deTISfe5 Rnd creditors''thaitke : L
*= ?' undersigned, legatees Executors, of said;T2state; 'will' ?February: .. .< 19. 1848.-. .-.-. e-.f 2t., .... .. '. 'p'_ ,; "I: -A 'JI1DIS80L1JTION.r .i'x ost'f .dI J'omi'fjRonJttsC1erkfwdd: i} STILL flee,In the several CcarWOf't
., nnHB COPARTNERSHIP heretofore;exis- ,hereby certify:the: boveutObfi:a true.:copjcolan : .t"
at'the next term of the 'Curt''cr Probate- for < > r' i+sfeht tarcuit'orFloridar:
WMLA: WTON f A".tln'g under theli'irmaiidityletifWright& 'Order dulyinadeand enteredjif record iritheaboveT'entitled !
MS&&S tCo'nnty of Duval/16 be''noldeh' 'at J cksoD.'
;; n Title,k>n the. tiratXMonday"of'April'ne; present FACTOR,. COMMISSIpN'q MEUCnANT"* "* -Jnl t3eat {' ,J t.l1.: -*t -og c-o 'k i,fs tl call ,December AD.r'1S47J,.":'}r4 t f.fL"ft{ tor. .',,, < ; .. f( }J;,
t their account with' said Estate and'theToucbcri Jt8) ( Charleston S. awjSfite fcw CTCIldvoio..e.stablished
c. "f :
N. B.. All claims against the Firm- will:'be fJtU Jw ;3'flit Wriirassoif tI have.i ,1 .t"
s l for settlement thereof. Rsi'giinrcBS.E. G./Jaudon Esc. -*TiTT"Vto. J5?
'r .. near Jack paid on presentai6n"to"'eithe'r ofth' tubscribers l-.jf untcEeitza rf fhaitdain<'priTate aelf +
'rr-; 'i.J K. B. GIBBS eonrills E F. Cot C.:McDonald I L. ; ,. ; KAI!
;( 1 PUTNAM ; Ga. C.M. and all indebted ffuufayKttirowdw/f/y. {f _' .aJ eref being no ,seal ofmtHdaylofBecember. '.CeYw '"GJNWA CoM lRSIoN
B. A. Furman'Esql; lestfDi"S C.; yon' P. H. '1.t.,'f i srf4ztA "I 11 EDWARD'WRIGHT.. e kr; '. A. D- 1847.. lH.p4i 5Vvf it **F enu..oWJ1.H'b'. ***"* $. .';'u tMfM-. ,..J
4 f ,&' Executor. Elmore, Charleston, 8;C.;" -v- ** -.:,,gil/. :3 EGBER fNSE1.T.. ,1, J* .,15tJ1.WET' OBJW'l8ti. stk. care<3 with despatch .t' d fca J>. t'Oo 1

: l&ebc ill, Feb. 12, 184!. Sins.I I February, 8481, lj JackeonvilleJnuary 7, 1848. I IR 1 December' 24, 1847. 4m 't ', : NoTcmber,,1&17 1r


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