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

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!I '" t '- .. ,. ,_ .< money.,, Thi*':towevef is 'characteristic.of the tpeople i! 1t:

1tAll tdunless be frdienieott made.t must be paid for before in- VOL. X.] J'A.CKSONVILLE.tJ.&T11RD, 'Y.t ROJit O.'i1."VD. 93 1 8. ." 0' of:''them' diffiins- where. they:nurtiatskinning.stra \t'.>.,.

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. I : not tliarke with the nutnherms NOTICE is hereby given that under and by t tion for the slings which outrageous fortune about.time oge\Da. M. .MM.toy- -Jlt.- ;
will be continued until forbid of the articles ; is andin the conxscuof t events i
\ required of'Copartnership entered boring vilkge was o
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Jiftt Acta cod BeMlkitioni'poa ed. at the FIn making him; he,is in .'-rent habit f
rod t.barged (or. into by James B. Cole,Darlin C. Prescott, of tossing jginslingi Debts introduced to a daaghte of Judge B. :/
:Five dollars will be olhee.charged for all announce. and Benjamin Wilson under the firm of Cole Sessien.of tltteTtiiritetbCoigns.. peculiar Privileges' gentlemen., heaayruethe':Theonl one ,.
n f candidates fur Prescott & Co on the'l9th 1847 the -. his friends who was:gaining lilni 'em iaw r ,.
_u S11 Months aID 00 ot.August; S which he ever means to pay.is: the debt of'niu : an:
De uarf'pebtors,for and Creditors, ,1000Adrnni.tratton said firm is dissolved by the consent of the undersigned [Pvsttc-No. 11.] ture,and ;before,:doing.that. he Rill:clain among,thdftfte.. / ,jo t q fI
Notice to AN ACT supplementary to the act entitled ; asmany
or 500nouce constituting a majority of the,said very. .
Lees rs days'grace !'tis '
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for for hint '
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to ob- *
ipplicstinn AU religious will be Inserted eatui. firm James B. Cole alone is authorized to'settle "An act to regulate the exercise of the appellate : tain. He thinks. there must be something shame 'Howmuchmigght JiudgeRrbe' orthl'iVPhabout.$10,000 'l', up the affairs and to receive all debts dueto jurisdiction.the Supreme Court in. ,' was fe( .v:'i
fully wrong in the structure :
'u.An 1d nlstahle personal communication will the late firm. JAS B. COLE certain eases and' :for other purposes." : the letter of a member of society when 'And how many children 'ail'J ge BLfeofrtinued \! .,,

.ed is ad erti ementa, D. C., PRESCOTT, Beit tz t J lit the Senate:arid House of-Rep.restniatives from one end of the Congress tothe l oastSo free the inquirer,. r r.Jo. 'iOnly '"
other., 1'
.'bfOCr All bill for Job P"Dt'nSmuil be paid on the. Garey's Ferry,-Feb. 7, 1848.it : of the United States of America iaCongTt.SllfsemlJled Entering.these peculiar country ideas- it is not matter < .three?' .. tr J 'I\ .!
ol the work. 'That aU, the a .. !
truces toinmanicMAMif must be addressed to The undersigned will hereafter continuethe and.singular of wonder if Tom 'sometimes finds liis Cff'1.t en goes three times,and a third '
rrAU provisions of the actenttledugnn act toT regulate way on#m nbl1 'cyphered p 'HerewasVehsaa e I f!
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HAZlARD, aoitape paid.Weekll business on his own account,and all persons to the calaboose; or if come obtrusive;cieerone J
flltUTT the exercise of appellate jurisdiction of the chance and .he fJ,
in the ,of glorious improved iiltco.He ,
indebted to the late firm of Cole'Prescott &Co. shape a watchman would involuntarily -
Court in certain cases and for other -May
Supreme made love to the beautiful "
and
t 8temPackec will make immediate payment, and.those hav- conduct him ..there.., Tom was noticed last ]* nnsophip3a- .
U.B.Ztl. LtaeI pu'pOseau approved February twenty-second ted Ihe'Jud"riithall .
daughter
demands .when due wilt them.' night, sitting on the soft side of I4tiobi *- .fi. .
ing % present eighteen' hundred:and: forty-seven to which a plank, opposite : Strange'to"sayfor he'isras .

.. BETWEEN Feb 19 5t. : JAS.:;B. COLE. this is. a supplement so ,far as maybe, shall be, of Ms the peculiar n w\MunicipatBa11'i ruminations the 1hi1g a g'iD one looking cub as ever wevnfcked44liltprospered loa A :
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on events of the
and they hereby:are made applicable to all cases ;and. er.1te"; hr ;m
day.lThey calls this the of ;- : 1:
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NOT' 8. ..inventions
I FLA. which.were pending the Supreme Court t age The honey,, otth ,,\ :
said but Biooajassed o nVk..> 4
SAVANNAHPA'f..ATKA, interest in the Tom why does not some feller take -
( baring an manage- outa .
PERSONS or othersnperior court of and'fortKe late Territory ey mooflsjSo/and:they,were ham; The'was belle t'\...
Br THE WAT OF direction of that administrationupon patent:; r-pt wming drinla:on tick::would t.
said
of Iowa at the. tint Territory was lively and chatty and often madealhi '
BRUNSWICK ST; MARTS GEO.; the Estate /deceased sued not he be.a benefactor of bis species? Of ; xr
glEN -'Payne course i
CREEK admitted into the Union as a State and to all to her brothers and.sisters. :tStartkdats. '
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK AND out before the Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia he would, becauset: ,ud,bei; atsubstitute' for
cases which judgments or decrees have Been bar of names ne>.thought.ahouhi not bf i ., e"aoatalogtie
FLORIDA. will take notice that specie. Or, if a,bill was introduced for perpetun.1
PICOLATA, county, Florida please .
rendered in said court of of ;. .i1- .
supreme or superior relAtions one evening,at te hesaid
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In connection with the Charleston Daily Mail thesubscriber, administrator upon such estate .the said late Territory of and not hitherto elections it would go f ito'obviate the dif- L 'rTw t I, .
Iowa
ketsatSannnn.h the steamer SARAH ficulty. They talk of the mod that missionary J tr
under the
the of
provisions an act of Legislature
Bteam. removed as aforesaid by writ of error or appeal My dear I thought there warmly three of I r.9-
Palatka Lake Monroe the : societies does but : ,
SPALDINGj from to of Florida, entitled An act to provide for they aint no circumstance ?' s
s.MailStages from Picolata to St. Augustine the re-establishment of the Records for the in humbling the exalted and exalting the humble you ., 7
U 2. Be it enacted That all and 'So there Ma
Sic. further are by butPa'f first wife
Black Creek via Newnansville of Columbia and for other. ,to an election by the people.' You don't my: >
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,and from county purposes, singular the provisions of the said act to which see had eight more.' jm : '
Mineral Springs and Columbus, to approved January 6th, 1847 will avail himself no folks putting on airs in ?election time:/every r : -
Alligator, this is a supplement, so far as may be, shall be 'Eleven go into ten otMaarrjqssejI' t\ _,
of the therein for the feller is as good as another and some a dam'dsight .
Tallahassee.OCAMULGEE privileges specified, purpose ,
and made all said the astonished
who
they hereby are applicable to cases P. jumped" ap, kked !
P. McNEi/nr. better. Candidates ain't r
Capt. all
of instituting copies in substance of never nearsighJted -
papers which may be pending in the, supreme or over the chair, and,groaned inperfecV..afO i. ,
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N. mG.WAf. : they sees there ain't t
administration.Can every body teetotalers I
aforesaid :
ST.MATTHEWS, belonging to the n?
other superior court of and for any territory of Tm sold I'm sold J l.and a daigU cheaper ,
GASTON, "J. HEBBARD. be found now on file in the Clerk's office of among them neither, for they treats every <
which than eld weather
the United States, may.hereafter be ad- an beli sheep,at thatl' J ffj- ii
:
Savannah TUESDAYand body: the awkwardest of 7em could make I t.S
These jackets leave every said county papers and instruments of writing mitted as a State into the Union at'the time of wery burg Sunday.Meratry. \ .
SATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- purporting to be substantial copies or counter- its admission and to all cases in which judg- afortin. ne would think, jest by teaching thePrinciPies 0' j:?

rive it Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go parts of administrators bond, letters of administration ments or decrees, shall have been rendered in i of politeness at which they are afay, THE.FOUR :: : M l:

through to St. Augustine before night every and inventory and appraisement, &&, such or superior court'at the time of as the French say. Could ,any thing on airth QUESTIONS.: '

Thursday and Monday. which were destroyed by fire on the first day such admission supreme and not previously removed by equal the hospitality of -,-to me that night, When the belle of fifteen gets sight of a besa. ,.

Returning, leave Palatka every TUKSAT and I of November, 1846. This notice given betterto writ of who is a candidate for alderman in my,ward.- She can scarcely, peep'throueh"the 6- siiciliof = .l&
error or appeal
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FRIDAY MORMM, at 7 o'clock,touching as above enable the administrator to enforce his application SEC. 3. And be it further enacted That all cases He brought me home with him ; he was a little her fan r4 :

earh vay.They before the proper tribunal for a discharge with all records, orders, fresh-corned some folks call it-it is rue but Her heart all a flutter,her cheeks all a'glow 0 f IJ "
in I together process, that was because he wanted to show his consti- She tremblingly 'out :'Who"' the' : '
are all lore pressure boats completeorder upon final settlement. judgments decrees, and proceedings of federal sJmpcrs is... ." .
Wl'
and handsomely furnished in every respect SHUBAL BURNS. tuents he was one of the people. Well he rapped man?* i'4 I
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character or jurisdiction, and not legally transferred ...'i1'
of wellknown at the door-he held me by the I don't ,;
S. JONES arm
commanded JAS.
are by gentlemen By Agent. ;
; to the State courts of the State of Iowa !
and their well see how he could stand straight if he had Sweet twenty has brought her to yean of discretion
experience on the route, patrons Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. 3m pending prior to and at the time of the admission -., =* It' i J j;
assured that attention will be not. When his wife opened it, he said 'Mr. ;
are
every of the said State of Iowa into the Union in
paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, STATE OF FLORIDA Tunwell,' said he, introducing me to that amia- She blushes no longer,-but alters her plan i ;! ;
the district courts of the said Ter-
or supreme ble Lady-'Mr.Tunwell one of best She thinks of the pocket,'the-:place heFprofession -. t
COUNTY.
MONROE ,
and to the careful handling of freight. of transferred to the my suppor- :
ritory Iowa are hereby ters,' which at the time was literally true.-' M- t,5'. '
AGENTS: Benjamin Megin, district court of the United States for the district And looks.round the circle with .'wblls.It I i r. .
'Why, Charles dear said : } \
Savannah. my she 'you seem
.
& ,
BrooD Tupper vs. .
} In Chancery. of Iowa; and it shall be the duty of the 'No I the man?' i'r* J.J
Darien. tipsy ain't-I ain't tipsy-said he. but 1
A-A-DcLorme, Thomas Taylor, Philip respective clerks of the said courts of the said t -".'
O.Friedlander Brunswick Sawyer and James Filor. J i Ymfresh from the people, and my eyes! didn't w ; .
of of their successors in office At each he
Territory Iowa or thirty day looks in thejair-
they treat me to a cold and to Scotch ale ..
Join Bessent St. Marys. T appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas | supper ; t."dO
with whom the records and of said
I proceedings i and didn't I give for a toast the unbbught'suffrages ror, .J''iiv!> \
Jacksonville.A. defendants in the .
Fernandez & Biebee Taylor and Philip Sawyer
+
be She
cases may found upon application by any sees .that .some, Ieafof.theii08e.liasgrown '
;
r
I ot a free and didn't he it
people.
Coy, Black Creek. bill filed in the above cause reside out of the interested to make say was f .o
person or persons therein wan; < & .
< .
ana
glorious! capital! so it the
was only capital
Pieolata. of and that the said Thomas Tay- l -
Geo. State
Florida
Cooley -
,
and certify a full and complete copy of the records Sees. the circle of lov'
R.R. Reid, Palatka. lor resides in Europe, and that the said Philip thereof and transmit the same (togetherwith i which I was operating ? ?
E.La.fitte & Co. Charleston. resides in the. State of Mississippi i I said something about my ward, did'nt I? I'd : !
; Sawyer all the original process pleadings, and She.duns the deceivers with twhich.isthe
N.B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded It is Ordered, That said defendants appear other papers filed in such case or cases and like to see any one that would attempt to keepme man?' -vAt f.fip. ..
free of commission. Freight from Sa- and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be which be removed'without the from wotin' wherever I d-please; I'd f'. :.
mutilating
Brannah and Charleston and all freight taken confesso.It may bring any one that would,before the court on } I r'}f
way she her
pro records of said courts to the clerk of the said forty changes tune. ,grotTf romantic
payable by shippers. is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- district court of the United States; and when a baby corpus, on the charge of restrictiu' the 4iT, W i J'/..

September 17, 18-17. tf der be published in some newspaper printed in the said records, papers, and proceedings shall right of franchise--on the charge of- Finds it pretty to sigh, plays.the.harp and .Ii'it
visible of said the
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the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month 'Having no means support, ,
be thus certified to the said last mentioned I I--v.1.-wan., -_r? J''
for nine months,in reference to the said Thomas its shall be deemed full watchman, who just happened to come up, and Hunts watering places,and.atcanuLiheAt< to.W'
IIV CIRCUIT CO CRT. court, jurisdiction as heard Tom's discursive comments. _. t?
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-CoUNTY OF Taylor, and once a week for four months, in and complete as that of the court in which the 'Hello .lantic.. r' -'. t. ',. ;t.-a ''
ST. JOHNS: IN CHX&CKRV.., reference to the said Philip Sawyer. said case originated, had'e pfior to the said Charley, says Tom for he well knew Forthe point of her travel ija;fwhew is" the ll if" .
his 'these
are 'lection times and it ain't .
The Southern Life lasurance JOS. B. LANCASTER, admission of the State of Iowa, or as if the said man man 7' '. .iIt.1..,.
constitutional to free opinion. A fell .
&, Trust Company Judge So. Circuit of Florida. case had been originally instituted in said district suppress
ler can give his reasons for votin' cant he?
to use of Arthur M. } Bill to Foreclose. THOS. F. KING, SoL for Compl't court of the United States. A Drott,Definition of a Yajdce.--A 3 the Yankees )
"Come move on to the calaboose said the
Reed Key West: February 19, 1848. 9m ROBT. C. WINTHROP, watchman. are creating no little.exciteanen, $ :in.Jthe 101\

VB.AugtWus I Speaker of the House of Representatives.G. ; Commercial, -Political and Military world, I ttt4'f
0,1 see, says Tom 'that's moving the
Runaway Caught.BROUGHT M. DALLAS previous definition of real wok Jfcn- ,
Poujaud. j question on me and that ain't no better hope my a genuine
r having been made to appear to the satis- TO JAIL, on the 11th President of the Senate. than gag law,no how, can fix it? ice may not be considered"a-nuj. .; t I..r :
faction the Court Affidavit that the inst., who calls himself AR- 22 1848. you A real Yankee is full
of by a negro \ APPROVED February The watchman poked Tom off and Tom kept genuine animation, :
Defendant filedin t. NOLD and he to Mr. Wm. I JAMES K. POLK. moderation = ,
named in the Bill of Complaint says belongs I arguing the constitutional question with him checked by. ,, guided by deternunationj k a

the above entitled* cause, resides out of the Crosby, of Columbia county, Fla. Said I, till he entered the watchhouse.CORRESPONDENCE. and supported by educati...{?. ,veneration i 'dJ

State of Florida and out of the United States, negro is of black complexion, about 5 feet 10 [PUBLIC-No. 12.J] corrected by toleration, with a..love of t '

and in.Cubij one of the West India Islands,and inches in height. The owner will please come AN ACT to provide additional quarters near self-approbation and.nlationrandMn re- .. i rt-l'

beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,Therefore forward, pay costs, and take him away.J. to New Orleans for United States soldiers duced to a state of aggravation,cart as i the .r..ri t

On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for A. BARBEE, Jailor D. C and volunteers, returned from or going to ARCH STREET,4 P. M. most profound dissimulation,for the purpose of "J,

mid Complainant.It Jacksonville, March 18th, 1848. tfExecutor's the seat of war in Mexico.Be DEAR ALICIA.-Could you oblige,us with retaliation, always combined if,possible.with, 1' "1.

is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- .it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives your opera-glass for tonight? Pa won't buy speculation. Areal_ live.Yankee,-.jost caught, l :

jiud; and others be required to appear and answer Notice. of the United States of America in because the opera won't stay but a short time will be found not deficient in the.following .
,
said Bill Complaint t within six months, TO ALL Creditors, Legatees and persons Congress assembled, That, from the appropriation and we feel so awkward without one. qualities, He is self-denying,self relying, always ;1') :

or the same will be taken as onfessed against entitled to distribution or having claims of five hundred thousand dollars "for providing In haste, LIZZY. trying,and into every thing pryingr He Jrl. ; :

him.It against the Estate of Jacob Sumerlin, late of for the comfort of discharged soldiers P. S.-You may wear Sue's black sack if you Is lover of piety, propriety, notoriety,and.tho

is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, Columbia county, deceased-Notice is hereby who may be landed at New Orleans, or other wish as Pa did'nt take a seat for her. intemperance society. He is a dragging, ]gagt W1g,

duly certified by the Clerk this Court, be published given,that letters testamentary on the Estateof places within the United States, so disabled by ging, bragging, striving, thriviogjTsy J i ;

in some newspaper printed within the the said deceased, were granted on the disease,or by wounds received in the service,as WALNUT STREET, 5, P. M. jostling bustling, wrestling,musicaL gni
Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month consecutively 18th day of January, 1848, by the Judge of Pro- to be unable to proceed to their homes and for DEAR Lizzr-You are welcome to the glassj, astronomical poetical philosophical Cd.t'lnmtoi i '

for six months. bate, for said county ef Columbia, State of Fla_ forwarding destitute soldiers to their homes," but you will not be able to see with it, as it has al sort ,of a eharact.r,1h, ,JD:3Ilifest destiny ;j

[Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.. and that all claims and demands will be bar- ; contained in an act making appropriations for been out -order for three years. We always isto, spread civilization.to,,Vieremotest, .corners ..f.
I PETER B. DUMAS Clerk of said Court red at the end of two years, from the day of of the earth with.an, .always tbe look, J
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I the support of the army, and of volunteers for take it with us, and pretend to look, which answers eye : l .
do hereby certify the above to be a true copyof granting said letters Testamentary, unless filed the year ending thirtieth June eighteen hun- just as well I don't want the sack, as I out for the.main chance. *'.:'. 1'1J!
and made to within that time of which "
an Order, duly made and entered of record appear .. dred and forty-eight, and for other purposes, made one out of scarlet flannel yesterday,whichat '
in the sixteenth all persons concerned will take notice. All ''MetIiiDks" said Miss ';L shoals Dot f f
the entitled
above
cause, on approved second March, eighteen hundred and night,looks like the real thing. ; Smizs .
day of August A.D. 1847.P. claims and demands against the said estate, can forty-seven; the Secretary of War be, and he is Affectionately, Aucu. much fancy to marry a man.who.smoked segan. I ,:
be rendered to Thomas D. Dexter at the Lower ,
B. DUMAS Still I look with leniency single men who s tr
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hereby, authorized to apply a sum not exceed- P. S.-Where does your glove cleaner live? upon
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. Mineral Springs, in said county. ing one hundred thousand dollars to the erection The fellow who has been doing for us, has raised indulgethus; because,.poor fellowja,>theyiiatfc :t l

Aug. 27. lamfern THOMAS D. DEXTER, at or near the United States barracks below from ten- cents to a levy, 'which is an impo that's comfort If I were in a marrying njfood i;'i}

r- _. i JOHN A. SUMERLIN -New Orleans of a wooden hospital commensurate sition. (and I hope I never shall be) I should r.aslmj i1

In Circuit Court, ROBERT W. BROOKS, with the probable wants of the service admirer,,would he sni9ke ngainst my irifHes after l;:

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : Executors of the said Estate.' also of temporary quarters for the accom- JONES' HOTEL Friday.. marriage I Of.course he.would ayrH! rill c;

COCNTV OF DUVAL; IN CIU CEItY. Alligator, February 5th, 1848. 2m modation of United States troops and volunteers DEAR NXINS-Do you cab your ladies tomorrow not" If I were younger,than I am.now i Xex- Jj j

Mary Moore, ) NOTICE. 'during their proper detention at that post, night, or walk'em? Pro t I would annex-ntththe- Wa1-RDt*- Pr4orp f* ', :

vs. [ Bill for Divorce. ORDER of the Court Probate of Nassau when going to or returning from Mexico; and Truly, SAM. : .r* .! S :;

Henry Moore. ) BY county, will be sold at the plantationof for the purchase of additional ground, if any 'Papa, one of my schoolfellows> hla broth ; ''. :

TT having been made satisfactorily to appear the estate of John W. DuBose, on Thursdaythe shall be necessary to execute advantageouslythe COLUMBIA ,HousE Friday. er wears mustaches ;"what are they P", Muatachea ;; .1

,A by affidavit that Henry Moore, the defendant second day of May next, the following two objects herein specified. DEAR BROWN-If it rains I cabs Dry I my son are bunches of hair worn( the i

named in'the above entitled cause resides Affy about 27 years old and her daughter APPROVED February 22,1848.PUBUC .1ksJem. Always, '.TE 1tINS. lip by certain dandies'as, a substitute for brains.' # i .tt:
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beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, out of negroes Mary Ann, ten old. .P.. S.-The. wind appears to be on the "kr. Well, 'papa, are those:who '1f.rar"fmnsta hes t 1\nt

this State, and in the State of New York, therefore years C. W. DUBOSE, [ -No..13.] pimy?-City Item. what are called"uri;-briiined,people I1' '.'j'-, 2 ;

on motion of Gregory Yale Esq. Solicitorfor M. K. DUBOSE, AN ACT to authorize the issuing of registeror ;t.

said complainant Administrators. enrolment to the schooner Robert Gray. Working a TT fe .-The following is the A Promising Youth.-"'Vhat" c' ''Tou do?" r J

It is Ordered, That the said defendant appear March 4th 1848. 2m Be it enacted by the Senate and House :Representatives singular history of Mr. Labpuchere,at present a asked traveller.of aeountryurchin-whomha x r :

'wl answer the bill of complaint of said com- of the United States of,America in member of the British Cabinet: saw in front.of farmer's houIetickhag*&toad ): J

Waiaant within four months, or the same will NOTICE.IS Congress assembled, That there be issued under In 1822 he was a clerkin the banking houseof with a straw. '* f w! t.th:1
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'*. taken as confessed against him. to all .persons concerned in the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Hope, at Amsterdam, and was sent by Jean do eonsidembleJ=Irides #
hereby
W It IS further Ordered, That a copy of this the Estate given of Zephaniah,Kingsley,deceased a register or enrolment to the schooner Robert his patron to Mr. Baring, the celebrated banker : to 1 down the reciter,- i l

bf Order,dui y certified by the Clerk of this Court, as heirs legatees, devisees and creditors that Henry,formerly a British vesSel.'but now owned -. of London,to negotiate a loan.' He displayed in puts up"'thb'; pig ''Guts in per,'tojii \ 'em. % 'I\ J

""Whedin some newspaper, printed within undersigned'Executors, of said Estate, will by ohn P.Baldwin, a citizen of the State of this affair so much ability,that he.attracted the curl,hamstrings the grass'hoppem )CeepriIty 2t ''

the Eastern Circuit of Florida,once a week con- at the next term of the Court of Probate, for Florida; 'o.nd 'which said '-vessel.havingbeenwrecked attention of the English banker. for dad, and, mam when. .they cbl
IeC1IUyellfor four months. the County of Duval to be holden at Jackson on ,the Florida reef and condemnedand "Ah !J" said he one,day to Mr. Baring, "ou and cuts the. buttons off dad'n Coat.wi. .he's at !\t J

Till DOUGLAS, Judge. vine on the first Monday of April next pre sold was purchased by him, and which he have charming daughter; will you not accordme 'prayer in themprnin." *,."". "

i OSCAR HART, Clerk or said Court do here- sent their accounts with said Estate and the has caused to be .repaired and refitted for sea her hand?" t.t'

vcertify the above to be a correct copy of an vouchers for a settlement thereof. again: Provided, It shall be proved to the satisfaction ".Young.man! no pleasantry! I like you ,bachelor' ;DetTOithaying adveriJaed &r s i I

order made and entered of record iu the aboveentitled K. B. GIBBS' or-the Secretary of the Treasury that much but how could Miss. Baring become. the .wife to share' '-lot'a'afixiaus iii mn. has art

cause in said Court on the tenth day of B. ,A. PUTNAM the cost of repairing and refitting said schooner wife of a common clerk P solicited iuformatio'n; to tke rise o r SiIid, < "t'

Tehrtary, A. D. 1848. Executors in the United States,after her purchase by.: the "But," said.L; uchere "if I were associated.withMr..Hope J

** WITNEas WHEREOFI hereunto set Sins present owner, exceeds three fourths of the original : 1 kF
12,1S4S.: j
L.1 6.; ray hand and affix tie seat of Aid Jacksonville, Feb. cost of building a vessel of the same ton- ;4hthat le;very different andrwpuld most 'HusbandwhatlSacovenanTY; -'e Ido&t
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it, ;ikea
know [but I believe
exactly
Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. .. NOTICE.. nageln the United States. .materially lessen the inequality between you:' ; '

Feb nary 19, 1848. 4m MONTHS after date,I shall present'my APPROVED February 22,1848. air::returned to Amsterdam,'and. said to his coverlid. ., -'? .: '

SIX and vouchers as Executrix of theEsth.t patron; "I must be your partner!* '
'of-Henry Barnard Jr. late of'Duval .'9Jy friend J.do you!think-.r that?.,yon are A western editor j commences a,1 long exhortstionto' ."< !
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NOTICE.Persona From the.N/O.Delta. I "" with thefoUowh weds:-
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.withoutortunej,and "
ALL are hereby notified, that the county deceased,to the Hon. Judge of Probateof TOM< ..TUNWBLLOR J 'I 'Come mi erable\--lonelyy denextless, .
; "Bpr if ,1 w6re aTmember aLMr.Baring's, ; ii-poor;
of .
Wd fort final settlement said .
undersigned has been appointed Admin. county, a "" *! ,
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THE HARMONIZING:I&'rttTEjsczs OF mily?" .- vulgar-fractional jparts oflAB_te. rit
ti 0. Smith de- Estate and shall at the same time, apply for .
upon the estate of John. NS' .: Y1 i would .bqtalktdtojt 1 '
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.. late of Colombia County Florida' and Letters of Dismission as such Executrix of a f'lndeod J;why, in that case I give'you we.upherQsuid .". _; .
TomTunwell is asgenius capita g i apomt1cra1 p'ln..tbQ.apot!'}. .. .A I
deb tad to the 'Ht.Me'orwd' deceased; which all peiacns interestediaaaid-'Estate, arc old lad dowa
desired take notice/;,. **. for genius:is his only/:capita!;, His"-is of that On thestrength oft h ese two promises, Mr.L. What the,Old Tdi&1L Af 1 j
to make immediate' ilex
.r Z.Tegnezted payment HBNRIETTirBAENABDExecutrix, class called by financiers'<0atfn' ,n in contradistinction returned to, Engl ,"'andj two monthsfterwardsmarried to..UdispeonkjU g,blss4ol t .
personsholding claims against said estate, _n _to1.1 .1JW.." "
to funded'and hence:;he VenablM ;\to WiS-Ea.'rlngJ,beciiisehibpd the ideaioLir. eeFI.fnl
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established In.cbonTille.March.4J848.
gj pitted n the to present them' duly this i get ,swimmingl along.:.
oJ fret. 11j De'tim 1eM prescribed by law,, or noELIZABETH1 .df 1B' 1imlfH $, epirare,:;Pt'M.." "fluids to solids'and thoughV. oonas; .o,married her aad, becamp.ffwsocia.;. WUJ- bible ntte. wms.asd. .. .
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"!'"'"- t ; ; : '--- -DEATH OF CAPJTAIN LIVINGSTON.Wo ."lusion W been made tohe; de1al and diff culcct .. trade,:where a, : trading house will bo establish, not a nan; of affe&i&bleliSand ..: :...T..r < '

d.".. .J....JH. : 4\1. tt.J. .L'.W.. R'. ,. I 1 U ich tave< oIC, rndin locating' g ed fortfiem!! lFil % all giteq o ir\k
t ..OW- '_ '_._ ta.. ." ,.1, r I Wo have been furn ished (saye Flo/ : iv. Pad r''E'tia? nnbrderdated' "at"Cedar Key, biellt't tb O)1htjOt.

:.. Jla fY I ridian of the 18th instj j bi'Gorr DlosEisr'wirn thth "land claims T in Florida,owing to the vague and' A\JgU! )4thi:1S42:: ," which announces that ho- .. ,iay emotions ere ihok i 6t ri!t '
1CKS01 IrTE MARCH "> f
'.: ECt, < % ;. -- 25,1843- _.;__ : the subjoined communication_ from Vera: C imperfect t?.fealls.. and iii _fahure_.._ on the ;t JMJrU"claimants ;; of...... '!"tilitics;with" *the Indiaijafhave'-*****&**** censed,a .d a por-4 i' tlt t i.on' hcahcatd? this.\J lte.13. ...w vof .

;.t.. ;. announcing the death of Capt. R.G. LIVINGSTON-, to indicate their boundarics"-that tionofitreaaslhus: i our State is'Con .h TOtedror.. ,. .

t* I of the Florida volunteers. This annunciation "as a remedy for this, I_ concurred" in the re- ,: planting"The lands and thus hunting temporarily ground assigned are within as their'the ':P.-,o .' j-.a1. ....'.j''1),)-.._frtD6si'H.- "" ->'" > i1i'W. \''" ,

-. will be received by the people of Florida with commendatjon} her t r f submitted. that "pro- I following boundaries;' &c. \ings rose- to,indignation when .I read.W'' ; I

... L."was esteemed law the locaction From this find then that there and discovered:the i '
: profound regret. C pt. among vision be made by authorizing we was no eitltient' t fiij.

''f.tl' us as a gentleman of noble and generous impulses of such claims according the lines of Treaty,",but simply a. verbal, cantract made, ancewuentsforhe; a ch'6ehad l i asanmed taw w da t
which I have no doubt has been as faithfully 4
k : "D" 're received no intelligence' from the and,had many. tried and true: friends our the public* surreys, and:so"*as ernbracejth, observed as if;if had been "eigaed;*sealed and ,. must.be ,a. fool= n .

.. '.Democratic. Convention, met Madison, by last State. When opportunity was. ,presented, :by a ".ancient,.improFementswhero, the claimants! delivered"eYcryJndiimJn the nation__ .q.I foramoment- ; .,suppCs:that; Ji.e.rr 4..'

,t' -evening's nuil. call on Florida for a company, of Infantry to after notice;; lail. Ip i iuentify, the calls of their I ... ... .. communication-for the South editors"

t\. tAA serve in Mexico, Capt L. was among.the first to "grants." [CORRESPONDENCE OF Tar.'NBw&] !But, sirs,,my feelings;,lilye;.fe t

MR. CABELL.f tender his services to the Governor of this Stateto yIn that Report it is further'suggested that SAVANNAU; 'March;21, lS4S. down,and I ,am.,jiow prepared*, toJnlJ..M"

f, jThe; following extract from a South Carolina aid in supplying the requisition. After', great the law be' made gener il'B, :ns to embrace any The remains of the late Colonel James S. .conduct ,in. the language;of reason i; 1if*

: paper exhibits Mr. CABELL in a point of view, labor and exertion, he succeeded in mustering a analagous cases' wEfch may exist in other McIntosh who.fell in Mexico, at the battle of alone proper for 'c.'Omm anicationa;>a

to! sufficient number of men, was received into the States. El ?Molino del 'Rey, 'arrived' in our city' on the public eye. And ,to hnpUf'y the
a not very flattering to our State pride. It convicts I
.'. r United States service, and sailed for the seat of An act of such achat'acter.would remove existing Thursday afternoon, attended by a detachmentfrom .:will divide it into distinct.pro "_ J
him of wilful and deliberate misrepresentation : : .
.: l war, where,after being in the heart of the ene obstacles to the location of such confirm the Macon Volunteers and Floyd 'Rifle- In the first place; 'are the;]) ip1ei',]U:'

my's country for about six months, he had died ed claims, and enable us to proceed summarily men. The funeral ceremony took;place,on Saturday '.Wilmot Proviso ruinous to.tha int '
In his anxiety to excuse himself for
.... an abolitionist for speaker, he makes supporting a universally regretted and beloved. Captain and regularly with them, until the.whole business ; and was, perhaps, the most imposing ,dangerous:to.the institutions of this +md

.':'" ..statement in regard to him which is not true, L. had received a military education at West of their location shall be closed.. our city has ever witnessed. Business' generally is scarcely necessary- -: to answer.this'' q h

d4; and for making such statement he is overhawl- Point, and was an accomplished officer and intelligent I beg leave therefore to reiterate the recommendation was suspended, and. our citizens:with one but it is clear that 'the people of Flo'/

.. : gentleman. He ceased the practice of of this office on the subject, and remain consent assembled,around the bier of the gallant .so,.if we_can, judge anyjthingby olthcir< 'i' .
n. ed by the abolitionist himself! He apologises } .ser.
-:: '' tour WIXTHROP for him the law to serve his country in the field, and had with great respect, and lioncreddcad: Although the weather -the stringent resolutions-adopted
having misrepresented '' : t >
.. w and promises to correct the misstatement in the"pamphlet" the occasion presented, we doubt not his con- Your obedient servant, was quite warm and the streets unusually dry Representativea in the Generalbyjlthemselves 'Asscm -

duct would have vindicated the judgment of the RICHARD' M. YOUNG, and dusty, the turn-out, of both sexes, was un in .their J aa
::0 form of his letter! Has he done Commissioner. :,. .rimatrl ",
b.r, this 1 Not a bit'of it! He sends the falsehood, volnnteers, by whose unanimous voice he had St precedented. T.hc.8ehppi! g in port displayed, :'without Dissenting} voice. .'.i' { -
: been placed at their head as commander.The IIon..J.D..WE.OTcoTT: Senate U. tes.- their colors at half mast:: also the National banner -, '
:- knowing and acknowledging it to be such-on < In'the next ;isProviso" Mr"jnthrop,"
IM.J this melancholyintelligence at the Garrison and the .Ar
on Artillery

letter communicating ,
its errand of delusion throughout the whole of mane I do.not mean tie ets i
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[CORRESPONDENCE OF THE NEWS.] z e m
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is follows The 'C formed on the l l
following .J
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Florida! We give the cxtract-commentisull- i Oregon bi1l.prphib ,l
HILLSBORO' COUNTY Fla:: March 12.184S. 1 .ltbuna
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VEUA CRUZ, :Mexico: }<'cb.29, 1S4S. i Bay, and under command: of Cot Knapp, proceeded tinct ,.
necessary: No desire for controversy has induced me to question, of itself,and dill etent t Std tit
To his Excellency to the residence of Maj. Win. J. McIntosh -
:: MR. HOLMES AND MR. CABELL. Proviso in'evt'ry": respect, land C
mine .btD
relate to a former communication of or amore it1.
WILLIAM D. l\I SEJ.EY : where the mortal remains of his gallant
fI: These gentlemen whose course in relation to recent all his artifice,- cannot confound. 't
from
one your frequent correspondent \
Sir. :-It becomes my painful duty to announce : brother reposed :-
0 tire election of Speaker of the House of Representatives in public 'print or'
to the death of R. G. "Hoinosassa.?' Simply to sustain a pointof : discussion:
,j. gave offence to their constituents you Capt. Livingston The Georgia Hussars! Capt.,Bailey \
of the Florida Volunteers. L. died/it. is would again mount his horse and, .vend
Capt
t ; have undertaken justify their! conduct in veracity my object. The Chatham Artitlery Capt..Stevens. J1is'ft1
,
Fort Gaudaloupe. Puebla on the 9th hist. of a I into some obscure comO' of i
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letters which they have published, in reply to That gentleman says, in speaking of my com' The Itepublican Blues Capt.Anderson. oarsTraS Py?# .
'. the animadversions which had been made upon wound 1'eceiv accidentally ; the particularsof munication of the hostility existing between try,,he might find a. few. who wets, ami;'.-........
which I have not as yet been able to learn, I The.Volunteer.Guards Capt.Riahardsone.The --:" '" "
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: them by the Southern In the letter of be
ignorant to o&bw
drawn
press. enough
but as soon as I can be advised will forward aii Sam Jones and Billy Bowlegs,-"this is not the Irish Greens ic 1ahon. ;the fiatt
Mr.Cabell, in speaking of the reference and : Jasper Capt. rial iisui '
his
account of same.I To sounds rather by sham pl a.: : Bednse' 'Some
,. fact. the least this
disposition of Abolition petitions, he s. ys:- say The German Volunteers Capt. Steg.n.The : '
have this written the ,
,". They have been repeatedly so referred. TheCommittees day to commandingofficer 'harsh in the ears of one making! the statement, Southern editors may have been:foo'hshtn i
Lieut. Palin.
Phoenix Riflemen. ,
at Puebia to have his remains and effects
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p have in all cases reported them to call them ''identical does not he t
m
o back to the House, and asked to be discharged sent to this place, and on their arrival, shouldI and however much gentleman may: desire:: I The Coffin was of lead, inclosed in one of tiP'\'
does
%# '."jfjom'their cQnsid ration. Tins is THE COURSE be here, it will be a melancholy: ] gratificationto that emigration to IllS section of country may I mahogany, with the following inscription: nor it excuse him endeavoring toi jtopagate -

1 \ APPROVED BY MR. Wl TlIROl'.:' And this is :Mr.: forward same to his friends. remain: undisturbed, I claim equal zeal; so he I Col. J. S.Mclntosb! Oth Regiment U.S.Infantry the same impression, when at the'' 1ne
I have the honor be Governor ,
CabelFs defence before his constituents. Now to should such wholesale time he denies their identity. I mean iiil:
Your obedient servant not enter assertions died 1st October, 1847, of wounds receivedin jt.
t'J : let us see what Mr. Winthrop says to this. The I which the Battle of El Molino del Rey Mexico bin visa which Mr. Wilmot offered as an amendment
.. ,. Boston Atlas in M. SCOTT, Jr. without examining: "the fact1' he endeavors ,
defending! Winthrop, says: : Sept., :;-17. to the three million bill in the last Cwipesi
"We know that Mr. Winthrop never saw to disprove A careful observer will at a

... either, the letter of Mr. Cabell or the one by The letters below have been sent to us by Mr. glance percive that "IIomos, ssL" has done more The American Flag was thrown over the cof- and which prohibited, slavery in all t,",,','%'

.Mr. Holmes, or knew that they were to be written WESTCOTT for publication for public information to sustain than refute my assertion. What does fin, also the Sword and Dress of the deceased, (North or South,) hereafter to be a qllirif"
or published, until he saw them in print.- the time he received the fatal
at otherwise from
worn wounds treaty or Mexico. Ich e!t\\at
; : Oh the day we believe that Mr. :- such language as this of his indicate?
Cabell's
letter .
and which'was bullet holes. Mr. Wilmot
,t J appeared, the paragraph which we have copied GEXERAL LAND OFFICE, March 4th, 1S4S. "Jones and Bowlegs are rival chiefs of the pierced by eight supported. thllt.proposiUo .:

above, was pointed out to him by Mr. W., who SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the Florida Indians'therefore 'Bowlegs is envious. The Rev. Rufas White, and Rev E. Neufville, in Congress, and In.the celebrated'' spriqrtW

said that such a proceeding as he had relatedwas receipt, from you, of a copy of "I'reamblerid ." officiated at the house.: The Procession WIoS (Mats.) Convention, which. Mr..,Cabell epeafcitf

I' not the course approved by him," that it then formed as follows.:- with. so much gusto. This being .thft'cm: I
would place him in a wrong light before his Resolutions asking Congress to provide lands "Bowlegs is anxious to superctde him," (Sam
:' constituents and the "for the inhabitants of Military Escort. take it then that Mr.'liinthropisinfavOrefi:
j people of his State. Mr. certain Townships, for Jones.)

: C. said that he was aware of it, and the whole the support of public schools/' passed by the ;'It'my observations do not deceive tae Jonesis Clergy. measure, which is ruinous to the intmstJrflji
\1 \I thing was a mistake, occasioned by the transposition ; Hearse drawn.by dangerous to the institutions of the Sotis3.
.
Senate and House of Representatives of the a better man than owJegsP A moment be- .4.
of some lines on the part: of the printer, PALT. I four white horses, each I. :. .
t. j but the error had already been discovered, and State of Florida, on the 8th of January J last. fore he tells us that Sam Jones is a "whole hog lead by a groom.. Having established these points,'1r wiBJfcwrefer ""

e .. 1 Jn the pamphlet: edition of the letter which he In compliance with your request to be advi Indian !I" ((1 should like to know which animal Family of the Deceased. to Mr. CabelFs part in this d .He!

(Mr. Cabell) was then about to publish, the sed if the Representative of Florida ala;e: 2p
i .. would stand correct. Here the paragraph any objections esist.: to the measures suffers by the comparison?) The State Committee to Escort .the Body : a_ ;toted

o dropped. We have not seen the punph-conversation proposed, in the Resolutions of Florida, referred And again hear him-"The secret of all this from Mexico. for )11' Winthrop, who .is in< l.1tollf.Dla111elSUn

.. .: .. let edition of the latter, but we have no doubt to-I have the honor to state, that I know I II is that the Indians: are extremely] jealous of.the Officers of the Army and Navy. ; which-is justly abhorrent to. thiJSbSti,

the sentence has been changed.: of none, and that, so far from throwing im intercourse of their Chiefs with the Agents of General and Staff. and obnoxious to the honor and.Interest i ntitr.j>

!:. but We ne have hate not strong seen doubts the pamphlet ichcther edition the sentence either pediment in the way of legislation,faraurable to Ho\'crnmentand the whites generally, and were Committee.from Brigadier. the, Macon Volunteers. and. Cabell's constituents. Then tyoaldjak, if ,

'":, has been the objects in view-this office would heartily the Chiefs convinced themselves would commonsense does.not saythatprima facie'--
they
changed ; and if it has been, we have Floyd Riflemen.
\. strokg'doubts whether Mr. Cabell's constituents I concur in, and advise any steps calculated to not dare to mention emigration to the Indians ; Officers 1st Regiment G. M. Mr. Cabell has done wrong byvotin1'fora' .Wit-

J J i': .. have.ever seen many copies of this corrected I'xtend, the-vcry small and inconsiderable donation j i this: is the thong Jones h:s- round Bowlegs'neck Mayor. and Aldermen. mot Proviso man, and; if'he 'hat* *thus" .done
r pamphlet edition." If t %*
Mr.
t C. was "ativare''that heretofore made, for such truly beneficent and Bowlegs is tugging with all his might, Citizens. wrong, and if we yet re n'a: repreentatm

j allowcd 1 j purpose,-the erection of school-houses 1 I to untie the knot. gQnJ"uOlentis.not an apology dae'fjcm h Qta., (

i i .", of the printer'to go forth, without correction, and the education of the children of the pioneers I Can all this be, and yet no hostile feeling?- The services at the grave being concluded constituents? Yet he says he cannot:diio.
,
: ,I' ; he has been guilty of gross deception towards; ofinfxntsettlemeuts. for he has done that which is right.
: Place the tituatioII11": Iloiuosassa.
yourself:: three volleys were fired over the of the
; his constituents and is grave
unworthy to fill the
2 t i post he occupies. It is not unusual responsible for With regard to the substitution of other for an hour, and let Sam Jones have a "thong! putr.;soldier. and he was left to rest in peace. This brings me. to an inquiry, whlclxl, yttla I

a thief resort to a lie, to conceal his crime, but ]lands for the 16th-when unfit for cultivation round'1 your neck,-give a few unsuccessful! The above ceremonies, together with the celebration hopes,.and up'to the casting: this vote_ b Jfr.[

.I ", ; for the Representative of an intelligent community -I enclose herewith a draft of a bill furnishedthe } 'tugs" and methiuks your tVclings would be of St. Patrick's Day by the Hibernian,, Cabell., which I solemnly believed. ep iln'erir. .
rt
I trust to attempt to excuse a breach of the sacred Chairman of the Committee on l.ublicLal1ds somewhat roused. Proximity might however have given considerable employment to our cit- arise,iu our State. skite 'the question ttid
reposed in him by a 3
and intentional misrepresentation, gross, is,somewhat palpable house.of Representatives, in Feb., 164(3( induce a. "tug" of a different material, to extend izcn :soldiery: during the past week./ ly ullll unhesitatingly assume tbe negatQ;-

." surprising, and argues a want honesty in the by which the object contemplated, may: be at the sF nee:: between you and the "whole hog The principal topic conversation this morning Should a citizen of a slave holding Mate,iaiij|

'.. ':t. Representative, and manifests! the contempti- tained.In Indian;f' but would it allay the hostile feeling/ ; is of the Revolution in France, abdication event, vote for a Wilmot'Proviso uianffw' nl

ble opinion. he has of the sagacity of his coastituents. reference to the granting of!school JanlsfOl' I now return to the original UMcl'tion8a,1l1Jones of Louis, Phiilippe.7. &c.;. which has resulted in office I repeat, Iliad. hoped'and believed'Out

+!t.,' "Forbes' Purchase'3 and the "Arredoudo and Ittliy Bowlegs are ] hostile there would not be a dissenting Voice i i ?
: -' With regard to Mr. Holmes, we give! the following : openly to the killing of upwards of five Hundred persons;; ;*$

-.. ;,. fi. extract from the same article in the I Grant," 1 also herewith enclose a copy of a bill each other5'-and in addition to the evidence the particulars of which you will find amply State, to the negative of this proposition tot
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II.: .'' Atlas : drawn in this office and furnished (in compliance "itomosiissa" has voluntarily offered, it is susceptible ;- discussed in all the prints of the day. this i act o'fMri. Cabell's has snapped all inj.; .;bad
; '. "We think that the which
has
". ,-. of Mr. Holmes' letter, by use certain persons been in made the wiih his request) the Hon. W. 11. Brocken- of positive proof from many respectable Spring' is opening upon us in a style which hopes in twain: as though they werebu l raps

t.". : : .. North, to Mr. Winthrop's injury. is most dis- brough, the 9thlay, IS !10. citizens of this county, who are acquainted will shortly drive the seekers of pleasure to the of sand,and we h forced .upon our convictia

r;;_ 'j ''- .graceful. The main statement in it, that Mr. In conclusion, I would avail myself of this with the Indians. Within the limits assigned Springs of Saratoga or the Springs of Upper the bitter.., dire reality, that in addition" ,W.,TI Wr I
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r ,- !' ) Proviso: Winthrop at succeeded the Springfield in defeating Convention the Wilmot opportunity to call your attention to the annual them, Jones and Bowlegs have no intercourse; Goorgia, the planter to his} profitable vocation 01" powerful and untiring,enemies .abroad. jl'(trees!
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; -*.' editor.in Massachusetts knows to be incorrect., every report from this office, under date 30th November they have threatened each others life, because' tilling the ground, and tLc country merchant cursed with: the greater..calamity of a division<*!I

"': Mr. Holmes doubtless thought the fact iras so, 1846, in which the expediency of making they are "rivals.,''and "enviouSj" and each "en- will go home to sell his summer stock: ; an unu- home. And-Mr. Cabell has tat ea'Pu'on'hitas 1

and we think that it was due to Mr. Winthrop further provision for the support of common I deavors" supcrccdethe other in command, sal the fearful responsibility creating'tHis&nsion. :
/ '. .'"',' number of whomeven, from your State, have
'" that-the correction should have been made by schools in the land States, is urged; and the of the nation. This passion: : is not alone the I I .Jdo.not mean a'division osjto the. puc*
, i ; -- : those editors who published the letter. At the recently purchased their stocks in 'our city.
: .IL recommendation made, that other lands be sub Indian's. pies of the proviso itsel ;.but as to,the netcessitj I
I.t' Springfield Convention, Mr. Winthrop advocated : am aware that in one or two instances. country
I, t --'*'. and voted for the Wilmot Proviso, and it stituted for the IGth.: where valueless. That this hostility is prejudicial to the whites, merchants who have been in the habit of purchasing of our taking a decided and uncompromLwBjl

.:{' L::' passed unanimously. Hero is the resolution With great respect, creates another ,difference of.opinion. 1 think their goods in Charleston, have exam- stand,.against all its advocates, as, well. as tie!
which 4jV' '
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t passed. Your obedient servant, it beneficial. Is not a house that divided. i measure itself. One would suppose that tli|
; 'Resolved.: That if the course of policy (the ined stocks here; gone to Charleston, and then
!;. cessasion of the war and no territory) shall be RICHARD M. YOUNG, weakened? So long as these "disputes exist, returned here and purchased, finding that ex- .! principle*'eaiablishedi it self, bat the conduct<0

,'.''. 'rejected. and the war shall be prosecuted to the Commissioner. could the Indians form successful plans to injure cellent assortments;are now kept inthiscity, Mr. Cabell and his'Whig associateshaf' open

the subjugation Whigs of Massachusetts or dismemberment now declare Mexico::and Hon.J.D.WESTcoTTJr., Senate U. S. the whites, should they ever desire it ?- much more so than formerly, and at prices the subject for argument'even inihk' outh.;.;

: declaration on record, that Massachusetts, will put Most certainly not, and ,I would say to those equally low as in Charleston.: The main.argument?jl shall adtance'in suj

never consent that Mexican territory} however GENERAL L.D OFFICE, March Cth, 18.18. who wish to emigrate to our Southern countries, The Telegraphic line is to'be completed< ?this port of the above proposition, are''basedupoil

'Acquired: shall become a part of tho 'American SIR : Your two communications of the 1st thafthere is no more danger now, than exist- day between our city and the North., : the'very"fact: '.which Mr. Cabell adadcesTn'jn*

Union, unless on the unalterable condition that inst. has been received, one enclosing a Resolution Yours &o. -BOB. tification of- f8.course- ,to- iiit:4'that- ;- s *the.Soati"*, \
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there sliall.be neither slavery nor involuntary of the Legislature of Florida quiet : .., ; ., .7 # if I
servitude therein, otherwise than in the pun requestintheir ,. is in .a minority in the Congressional and Electra
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.-" ishment of crime.? Senators and Representatives in Congresto With "Hoinosassa," however, every one must [f OR THE NEWS.] representatipni-'Thia: very fact shows thitnshould !
r- So. with other matters spoken of by Mr. procure the passage of an act for the .'- :
removal attention
agree who has given.any as to the manner MR: CABELL'S LETTER. not only be\inited., .. bu'tunconipV6mS. ?I
or .
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; ?.- Holmes. of the Land'Office >i ? t-T ';yl I
I "Doubtless Mr. Holmes the from Newnansville to in which the Indians should be removed. I .' perceive that the Tallahassee Sentinel has in pur,position,,,whenever. an 1 institution!
._ thought fact isetd'
was ,
so! !" Doubtless he did and for charity sake Ocala, iu Florida; and the, other, a Preamble conceive his ideas to be more correct :than, anything been taunting f the Democratic press of Florida tacked which,:is peculiar;to our:section'

', '; ,i wo;will believe so. But is not Mr. Holmes res- and Resolutions from the same, requesting the that has ever met my eye, and it is to be with having published. their own comments on Union 'alone.. By dividing a"people: '' '1 ,faxt

." ',y.ppnsible for his erroneous "thoughts. It passage of.an act to graduate. the price'of public sincerely hoped that our Representatives' at Cabell's famous '(or rather,infamous)'letter 'the;minority yoijjniakei ha m ki
.t ,. seems, according! to the Atlas that he "thought" lands both Washington will urge some plan similar to the already .in : :. !
,
l ; of which have been filed, as requested one suggested during, thepr for the .8ubjec't 'ot:th'e''election of the WilmotProviso .still smaller until iU iprce'ceases and 0
; I ,.,i.what. ,was not so, on "the other matters spoken year. ; on the i ity ; ;
t :J <,pf ,, by hun. by you.I. time has arrived when such an.arrangeraentjCan! ; Abolitionist. Winthrop, :without pub, :' to be felt,:',divide the South intote
:'I If he is addicted have the honor to be be successfully: executed.. ,If rumorsPealts trtiJ;' t _...L.
to l"
.".I. ;, so "thinking" wrong on the Indian Agent at, Fort Brocket. has.lUQl'e'thnn'a lishing the.letter.itself.: ,1 must confassethat Fam tiw '1 or at ore great political parties .
matters of much
f .J this qxiest ion so cf Abolitionism importance, his to the constituents South as Your obedient servant, year ago,.submitted to the proper* :Denpartment somewhat'surprise'myself,; 'that: you,'did '!Union. ,.and''e those secfi0us "CdS'( the 1 iT 1 g

.: p. .. 'may "think" it is time to select a man whose: RICHARD M. YOUNG, at Washington a plaitalal. ;.more' '**.hoVpulilisi/it'.o; !-.. 'ftt'once'and' ril'' f i'f'r'I keep it in':;your columns -, :,.tioQ"x has done in ,this instance} adhe re their
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.vr.
i "thoughts" will come nearer to the truth, and Commissioner. in detail. v --1. : with Uackline3.drAwn. .around. J.t'J and' parties -through_'good r and 3 evil -report 'JidII
"* t.., til coincide more with their Hon.J. D. WESTCOTT U. S. Senate. It seems proper .here /to'allude to a popular the I '
f fully own. error which 'Iiomasa.a', pusrftllepiutu.about; othorlbldzoury, to attract attention the7 eutimltttw"an", .. cundi, uWi if the f en r
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'a-'iTreatyoflT842/1" If 'tho.gentleman, will i examine ,.people {Floridarthat;; being the surest way ofprocuring Is not to satisfy an unscrupulousthey mays->
i ..'?y DEMOCRACY: w.;' IOWA.-At the charter elcc- GENERAL LAND OFFICE, March 10th, 1848. .Doc. -No. 82, .Ist",Session,2Syh.Congress, the upolitical L damnation".of,its an. canltraropie! '.;t:pon..Uio'right/the

i..tion Burlington, Fny weather was beaten for SIR: 'I have had the honor to 'receive from he will find that a call,.of the ]House of Representatives thor; for be assured..tha thef!! people of either: : with ;im >uni : Mayor by that sterling democrat Levi you a transcript of the Preamble .and Resolu gives to.the public all the documents$ effusi6nta.
S
s Hager connected with.thisFr'eat'Yllndl mong'them party have but'td'eea&that, : impertinent iiienee'rdrtinclination; to.do.. soT tithe jtrtP

_4;l major. 'ty 35 votes! A whig town at that, and tions of the Legislature of Florida, relative to a we find one..markcd.O.beh\g! "Minutes oft: a'i.' ,: : become'p j r r r t iyjKffi t(of bra' utter. :_South ceases. to be Eel 'and.. lasesKtier c

: : ., ... JJO.out'of. the 37 volunteers 'shipped for Mexi-' speedy survey of the Private Land Claims in Talk, held at port Brooke, Florida, July Sls,1; ,tiiiwor s' jfin''. to.."JBft'"' .fit: ,,S': /; any,= .other_ ,; officeiwithVthe as n distinct- interes then the great p ititI

.;v co wereboofocpsl" This is a sign of the vend that State, and pursuant to your request,which 1842 i by Cot Worthy with'FosseeHadjo, an Ilk' gif\o'f & Siuthernjpwpe: ,;. >lft th lii rida11( 'thelr.eora '
distinction -w ++mm **m9i;n ;! :
dian of some belonging to the south *- i i- +* 4k. *" :t
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e '''geanoe whfeli the people mean to visit upon the accompanied the Transcript, I have the.honorto : ern1 band.1' r rl t cur ?-, L i ']J have no'desire:or?intention, wrong"Mr- capital iathe other sections.th6 eonfi .

disorganizing wbigs of Iowa.-Baltimore Repub. inform you that this offi e.wi11: cheerfully cooperate "Fossee HadJ'a"'stated .he sent Billy' ii'bell ''huf? 'the a tlfLrsblfb :y' i-ned: and itVbnly 'firni'fad ereney .
to'pttf
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r.u. ., to.the extent of ,its\ ability in ,.BowletJoq.&c. ;*,....,_ .. ,.:11'_. ..ttl "", .-.j. ., .z- ? 2' ,1. s: "" t e ;';' ''"'' 1! :f. .
77 ,
a rr""C ':f" ... promoting That, {alk,seem'- "to''''be"' the' .H/''ftrCt1.tYt' r.:,)1j .which ...iu.. ;}'ul.' ::.conducitaty. ....',. -.' .,._.. /.ll_t bimhy..", : preeisely, .tli. -e", :.'calar'iuterea...'.....-.(. ,::4',.-.. .<." 'wrtboutie "./. '._' "t>. .j ... u jI" ..

iea tUCoJnnsSloxn.'i. 'TO MEXICO.-A Telegraphic the object desired. .;. . ''lieS.xuppn"" the f ce'J:. fJ.i i t'CoiisEitution". .of. same rules.... that I'ah9u1cjbe; ; towa4nyo.Wh 11- oth. >M :weciia: egeL.hoj'p!to..! tainaa} '\. "'_..d

r tae despatch*for'the Baltimore Sun dated:Washing, :The subject has at .different times.seriouslyengaged Florida-let us..see, what it is... 01 T:' r'f. :1n$ ],- f?' ormttcrattniider!*' -*.J e'same T 'f cir"; over Aadopt{,the_ .'politics-. attnconatry jVe.1
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i ba.t ;13 r:::91'.21..., sa :-It.1S stated that the attention. of this office. and is.particularly Col..Worth s atcd 4..,; ..1t; ;.t... .:;..<< ;a ..! .. caims ances j:ait :I.sha11: fcndeavor.to_(treat 0_f .' thVr .'.tram !'p0 U' 1'whl h h 't ,par .t.
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;2' eat dtxiatorenhasbeepsppointed! Commission} ad erted" ,to.in-: my-last-- --annaarEeportin : I ;. .t ShOuldtbey.i rgmasni'they, iit&ItO tviil receive a ;"noth.ing.bu hiuiandis otter ij tithyentirjustice' and, o.9! m1.liemi. '1.-" 7-,"tbe"AQQUtiQ; :1' ''1''t f.i'J.f onYbPe; cm' ptgoe of :e:
"c '- er to Mexico,with foil power to,negotiate and which you will'observe it stated. ,that '5 n' land,;whichtheyare: "j Cisttnct-y-r 1\to.underisk.inal ( d'| much m.oderAtioDi..AS theu indignant. feelings of : obsoureand: .eontem. .P Ub1f_ _tii_..:. _t...J'C the.

Jose the tr li.tv.. He leaves on Wednesday. former annual rcI'ortafrom thcdepnrtmentJ they are not to leave, except t .VISit Tampa to.1 j ifnVuTragec! consti aciit tiillgtaiiiit'ira; 1;.am' trolling influence, at the Kotth ''The1Sccos

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5P 1i nrfcr i w -mth!Ch4tOn Ceristhinzt3. j on_immedu D sioD tnitt..J .!, .4HAs3zJe 3hrlestohCourier f, ., _. .' -
wnsUnV.ttn'a unlenatihg- 'I.AT EH.FROM. ,;Jf,CROPE.. ..- .t armies of the two republicsf;% 1 t -Jv> -.r->- jr>-- .J. ", "., :., .t 'rD"Ii" ''. .
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list.l rdy 3 < $
a **o tv .Mciyv tt _f sji j 2 < : '
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online REVOLUTION IN 'FRANCE defithftiii _nhaafj
b> making it his from: to New Orleanss '' "
principle the .on :waj -Waebinjrtqn .
tOUB : te 'States The:lino commences In ; .ioJ"J
ABDICATION
OF PHILLIPPE.
LOUIS '
ce and by throwing their inanencetbe : Gultof cMexicb "1,thr lwgnesrrb ,Hhe land;_ ffnd,r rso_ to kJ'i-t1i, 1tIu. :: ti--- "- -. L
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BRS '
FIVE luNpR ? ftC'1"L..Lc
11 one party or the other, as they D. NS 1qLfED. thhC ;:'''up thV"iaddle3if the jaiojUrande e&a-i.: 1 1' b' .61 .ff iI' 4 :
:'fI i to its intersection with the utherzb6undarytothC r l"
; fr.t'
make the most .
terms or Between twelve and o'clock:last bnr "
0agiin the best one night w thudfj ;thence lionh'tcr ? ; mir1J : 4 .." rit

coa11 the while making proselites, until Baltimore' correspondent forwarded us'3 dei. firt'br-.in tth&, GUi.:1 whlch'it'j\tetsecti- -** .. \.IJ ..".,- *.?. -** .rt t; y,., 1 r1LOgIDA .LAND,SAi. !'

obtained the entire control of pitch by the Telegraph, from which we learn: Jifence'dowa:.i l&'niiadli of that branch and of .. At TalbotiWatidilon ThT sd4yi6tlx Inst,'by <: Jd4'OC.9U''-ri.t. .Cd 10" ,.- 't.j'i. iHt '.' '
1finally the .lOt' ,
following .. .A
intelligence: AA.-
and so of the other. This There has a been Revolution France Louis the river to the olorado;jthehbeMt runs acrpss" th TY 91 MIDA1 UOUSTON_ l W d :l'J w st""t.'t ,
4nejY' } westwardly nd' tri sthC Pat flitu1pintone1agueso : : Site.if '
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fur- toMjOUISIAbliRISTOP1LER4Pruitei' 4 4.r' County amton3cc4rijv a& FToiSaurseveral'Vractsdf
organization any
be a sectional Philippe had addicated the throne in favor of .. ; .
thbfSan'1Jj .
ot "
ie : *
of the case required. I the Count de Paris, and the Duke de Nemourswas goThS1frevi:' *;' ceived- : _' .- .'_ 'Y..I. < Dmd-- ', inTTownshiVlJJtlR. 'c
g this the necessity gatonof, the t&uif of 1itorni.-and of the river c. ,18.'and inTo'wnsEiD .,:, -. ;t&ty! %
Cabell that the South fihouldvrtaewdidate proposed as regent but rejected by the people Colorado from/Jhe"mbuth 76f',th "*Gilaf.to the n3nge'n" .,_
1I"ilh Mr- who demanded a Republican form of gov- ; : ; .' L ; ; } j J1TUAfl.LIIDt l'1' : 1 4tk' 'li ; 1a ) ; j
Is r
because :
sgree for office merely and end Gulf sec ;to theUnit4tates.Article J of rol1.coun. (1,S1JI.cJ t.rac JI1 ., '
ernment of the .L-.J
an
does Monarchy.The four stipulates that it shall be ppt6n>- Black Creekfxai Aft'17th insti Mrs : r. -- 'VG
DOt 2 .'
North. Such a disposition Deputies opposed a but .- Y4P1g _.. i_
were
Republic t--
I bt"lIS from the extent the al with citizens of Mexico 'n -pjflg in the ELLEN. ...:D1LL. S'l cd:2t-Wi ahaT 9 months. .- ,pei 2 .?.." .'t I
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of
prevailed to any overpowered by people. The troops the \., -. ", ,. '- > -._ r.
has d d '
to !
territory be.c ; either to .leave;taking -- -- -' 1 1. -u'.. "Y. 'IV ; q
never ,
p.-.t and it has ever erin- line fraternized with the National Guards, and with '' ottbeir ,. ; ,' J. ... ,.__L
the contrary them or otherwise 4Isp sing :C'
property "t.f' t'lf"Jf
1
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Sol1th but on the National Guards with the the ___ d
::e disposition to give its support People..t ; or else,upon taking the bath allegiance Notice. to DebtorsCredLioruud. .At Mdisor- COurt'_. .. 1iousej. -l:;Thursday i th(1'
tht inot liberal Lst dates,all Paris; was in the hands of the Na- to.this in the Legatees. ; ., ,. #
to be
government protected en- 2311 March '
ce have : I .
whenever they tional Guards and the T. : "H
to a Northern man, People.A joyment of all the rightS.and immunities of citizens ,Persona indebted to the Estate of Jacob ':' -: ':ectiol townshipt$' .ll'$
sufficient re- procession passed through the streets car- ALL :
who has paid a .
of the United States. '
Dural ;
one Bryan,- late'bf deceased Th : E"- .). --t.
.d to us County, ", .J :1C
rdCnt the Throne out of the and in "t t .' -.
and who in our opinion, rying Tuilleries The next article'provi4es that the U. States to immediate < S W h : '" ,.; tt.rt y
our rights, the Marseilles are requested make payment;and f ,. ; .1f2' .1', ,., .; ,.:- _''"'' .-tJ -4
triumph singing
&r4 to Hymn. shall take nnd effectualmeasures 'c z K'v 17 & ; O
nsti- government all demands
of the l prompt having .gunst'sud estate r25 J "
construction persons ; .
8rthoJox In his There has been a frightful loss of life and in 74 ,_ ._ .
from In- 'C ;
for the defence ofthe border aredesired to present them,duly Authenticated. NEof26 1 '. 74 jQl- it.
fewer of :
If the North has presented many instances, troops have refused to act dian incursions. To this end,both nations are' And-all legatees, or other persons entitled_ to -Eiof t' '--. l ." 1) t4 '

tutiofl of meu to the Union than the South, against the people. The number of killed is to use their best endeavors. distribution are hereby notified to make their 'C '\V x2'4\r\ or. i, > {: ) "' :1'l : .t4

thlskinJ is not the fault of the latter. And said to be upwards of FIVE HUNDRED, principally I n consideration bf the extention of the boundary claims within the time prescribed by law ; otherwise At Jefferson .Court Hoise17thjUarch ;'iiriic tf jnW 'V1
it cert1inly take in the neighbourhood of the Tuilleries. of the United States, made by this treaty, thev will be barred.. : !' .
will .
this subject I occ- .:: ; :.,. !
It is said that Gen. Lemoncure either
had been .t. .. rl
upon the United .
'' I aID which Mr.Adl States government stipulates to payto ISAIAH, HART, Adm'r. S. "" -.n4J.,
'to coutradict an insinuation killed or dangerously wounded. Mexico the sum of fifteen millions'of dollars. March 25th, 1848. 4w TheE ofN W1ot 1 .-,5 Eo..
sion thrown out. and which has placed The people have taken possession of the railways In this sum is including the three millions appropriated ': W S/. -reV ort3 1 ; $
t5 : 5. :. ik4-
unenviable situation of one who had and torn up the rails on the line to prevent last session for the furtherance of Fifty Dollqrs ;Reward, : w M r "E; pf1 54 ::
7 tn.
'h lly the his country but had fur- the approach of troops. peace, and now subject to Mr. Trisfs-order.- WILL BE GIVEN BY THE \V Mor EJiOf14. :, ') I$ .>_ g__.
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abandoned The mob in of the Tuilleries
were possession This is to be to the Mexican ,
sum .
paid govern- undersigned for the apprehen S34of 31' --li
f n\Ll its enemies with one of the basest slantj and have thrown the furniture out of the win- ment immediately on' the ratification of the t sion and safe delivery Into the N E.2/'4 vi"" r .6, : .''2,. ._ _5.KI I

t was ever perpetrated upon any pcoHeei dows. treaty. The remaining twelve millions are to ; Duval County Jail, of the following ._ 'C E ofNW ? Dfo, 2, 5.
4ert orls: us to beware of"sectional is- At the time of the departure of the Cambria, be paid in four annual instalments, bearing six I negroes to wit: Venis, 'a woman, Ilan- TERMS.-One-fourth cjtsh. the \.bOineo;:ia-

pe.! seek to in- I it was thought a strong government would be i per cent interest from the ratification of the nibald, a boy, Georgiana a girl, and what chil- three annual instahnentsj with interest -in'ad-
anl1lSk. han we wantonly organized, and a Republic on the model of the I Mexico. No of this is Or if
by sum to
I treaty portion dren the above named Vcnis might have borned vance. any purchasers should prefer't; -
live ourselves iu angry strife and bitterness U. States proposed. I.be transferable. since she hb n absent, supposed.to be two pay all cash, five-per cent. .trai".be. deducf 43g4f

fl'elinith our Northern brethren, and There was no change in the Cotton Market. According to the article the.TJnited States i I or three, and Buick, an oH African man. from the credit instalments j .1 :
rf There had been a slight advance, but not sustained undertakes all claims of American Lists of the
contest?"' Here, he in an government The above fugitive slaves have been absentfor particular tracts tan. be .bdby.t .
court a geographical the on account of the poor demand for manufactured citizens against Mexico, both those already decided nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS. : applying to any of the Post Masters.!**.' .a -

effort to excuse himself, attempts to place goods. Cotton not quoted. ;. and those undecided-the whole, however Jacksonville, March 25th. 184S. 6m or Marion county, or they'trill be furnished/i .
3
false position, one which she does The French news is unconnected. The Royal not to amount to more than three millions applied for, by letter jwif-jmuJj addressed
in
a i
South '
Family were safe at latest dates, but the Revolution and, of dollars. "THE STATE RE"
has occupied, and one which.itis : a quarter NOTICE. ISEI/T TaLT.AnASsrar5iai:
Bt( : and never I was unchecked. The Mexican archives found by us after the Road Commissioners ofthe several Road JOHN BEARDT Ee istet f, &
Ler to in order : 2
not necessary for occupy, Thiers, Babrot and Mole were proposed as taking possession of the ceded territory, are to THE ofDnval county,are requested to I Pvblic Lands of the State of ?r-rii-..od
resist the policy ofthcprorisoists.We Ministers but rejected by the People, and Government -I be delivered Tallahassee
Nov.
to 13/47.
lacccgstully \ ; up. meet in the town of Jacksonville, On Mondaythe I 3m fO'fl,1; ;
are acting wholly on the defensive and placards torn down. The treaty of commerce of 1831, between the 07th inst., to confer in relation to the Road -_- -. .,.t

force this issue us I two republics is_ .to be revived for the period of business of said Mar 18 \-
.1-.J\pff'r_. they cease to npon : county. Aduiinistratorfs Sal*. I
._ r (From the Evening News, 19th inst.) eight and afterwards be renewed at -
years, may
thrust it XTILL BE SOLD at sile oJ. fittts.i
ihe South will certainly not upon Several conflicts have taken place between the option of both governments. NOTICE public'
day the 30th dayof' March I4tj
them. It certainly comes with ill grace-from a the troops and the artisans. The custom-house are to be restored to the the 1S4 ; :
JUDGE PROBATES OF DUVAL plantation of the late Baxter
Oran :all tfcs
The I'alais taken after terrible Mexican authorities as the shall OF
Royal was
to attempt to c1iaigethejutiC,0t a ns soon treaty
jtoaihern Representative COUNTY, TO EXECUTORS. ADMINISTRATORS perspnul effects belonging to the Estate of Ota:? %' I
.
have been ratified. Means to be
the contest by making us the aggressors. -I carntge.The are adoptedfor GUARDIANS, AND OTHERS.- Baxter,dccC Consisting of Cattle Horses
Tuilleries taken by the people ; all the settling the accounts.
a'uJ by way of illustrating this thing furniture destroyed. and attempts made to fire The troops of the United States are to leave Executors.:Administrators, Guardians.:Trustees Carts, Timber Wheels, ChainsDogs. &c. Boats
of Infants and Curators are hereby ordered Turning Lathe, Cotton Gin and fixtures
1 will &:)1r. C'obellif he has ever known the the building. Mexico in three months after the ratification of ,Carpenters -
to render an account to me of their respec- and Blacksmith Tools. bngarRbllci-s1&
American securities advanced. The advance the unless the should 'tWt.
first southern man or editor to object to the treaty sickly season come tiveAd ml nistratiens,Guardianships and trusts, Frame Work, and Sugar House articles, flarcc'

election of U'inihrop simply because he wsNurLh'rU on cotton had not been sustained. on, in which event they are to retire to sqrae at the April Terra, 1848, aforesaid Court,which Sugar Pan, 1 Silver WlcbJ! 1 Rifle, Ttonbe)
Senator Sevier sick with intermittent feverat healthy situation and are to be furnished with '
barrel Gun ;
commences Monday the 3d day of April Ploughs.Whip SolW and other Snws .
;
man ? I will venture to nay not the Mexican amica- ;
a Washington. supplies by government, on and all Guardians are particularly ordered to. Saw frame, Grind StonesLot of Mahogany"toi" I ilp
one; then yhy this homily about -suctional it=- ble terms. render an account of the ages of their respective I sundry other articles of plantation use. 1

filM." Bat suppose they are; iu G 1's name I The supplies which may arrive between the wards, and whether they lIe now at any ALSO, his interest in the tract of Land k o.;

'lthJ.t'o::.tl he have us do ? Arc we never to j (Correspondence 9f the N. Y. Herald.) i ratification of the treaty and embarkation of and what fcchooL PROCESS will i8me'g.'linst ns the Richard,)lill tract, swa'nip btidJ on. .- '"fSttti. 'i-*,
WASHINGTON. March 10, 1S48-lO P. M. ; the troops are not to be subject to duty. DEFAULTERS WM. F. CRAB REE, ing about 500 acres mone or less. ;

j.ii uSvoices when our peculiar institutions I The treaty has just been ratified with modi I The treaty is to be ratified by the Presidentand Judge of Probate: D.C. T. 0. HOLMES '
I attacked for fear of these sectional issues.acJ Senate and to be exchanged within four ,- 'PM3
March IS AdminiSiralJftcksonvi1Ie
are fications. The Senate, three quarters of an Jacksonville, 11, IS. .
after its *
ratification.The
of this mighty awl impending majority 1 I hour ago, took the final vote, and adjournedover months March.4th, 1848. vTT" Ji &v
of New Mexico is to be defined ?
boundary .
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fear love its i i till Tuesday. The injunction of see resy ------
to
trliica he seems so much or ( .us laid down in DisturnelF map of Mexico, Diivnl militia Claimants. Tax Collector'8'Sale;" &J
has not been removed. t:
iunl to tell which.) If we are to be crusLe-i, i at New in 1847. non-commissioned officers and privates
published York THE N. Monday the Sthdny of May nexi '. ) .:ah
I 'l'he"ote stood 37 to 15. Price and Suarez' O ((184) ; I
let us f like cieu antI patriots, and not like i Four Senators absent, namely : Several unimportant articles are omitted. Captains Bush com- between the usual h lirS'osale oV tht
Mou utcd Militiafor service in the
tars wb ).would lick their own blood from the'I NamesSamuel Politics States paniesFlorida day, Will be sold for the Stateand'Ccizr
who have the
years 1838-9, not yet signed necessary -
I Taxes so much of the named raci
following :
I
rol with which their masters had chastised S Phelps, Whig, Vermont. LATER FROM CHINA. papers,relating to their claims.in the handsof ,
James A Pe.irce Whig Maryland. I of land, as will pay the same and all necessary J44
them! The New York Herald of March has the the undersigned.are requested to do so without
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John M Clayton, Whig, Delaware. I expenses, viz:282 acres of land on the St Jo r.'s .
delay. The to be signed are left with
i But if a proper course is pursued, there is little Saiul. Houston, Democrat Texas. I following: Col. Pons, at the papers Post Office,'or may be signedat i River, known as the St.Joseph's Tract, and belonging -

to bi apprehended of a fatal catastrophe.Meaare .- The vote for the ratification stands as follows 1. The fine clipper ship Panama, Capt. Gris- my office. GREGORY YALE, of land belonging to the estate to E.of Poht\ fc Smith Son 390; 1200 acreste-acrts Ji\V. -
;
much the collectively asinu"mAualy wold. arrived yesterday from Canton, whence Agent Duval companies.
same :
AYES. Todd returned .
very longingto Lindley W.iA Forward
by
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StatEs.I I she sailed on the 14th December. She made Jacksonville March : tf f
4,1S4S. -
*ud th ir sense justice is aroa- amp.s. Politics. the in the short of eighty-six as agent; 1000 acres belonging toE Pehf&

determined resistance to I Chester Ashley, Dem., Arkansas. passage She' space 'and.thir Son, returned by John King;seur; agent ;and ; P
aingly quickened by a days. was ten days to Angiers, -
Charles G Athtfrton, Bern, N. Hampshire. Nassau Tax Collector's Sale. ;50 acres belonging to Corn lins TaylorrsrAli r44
unjust demand ; uil ou the other hand, by a I Arthur B Bagby, Dem.. Alabama.I ty-nine thence thence to the to Cape N. York.of Good Hope'andthirtyseven ON the first Motiday in May next, betweenthe the above land being within the county ;lrti-

mean subicL :ion, we excite their contempt as I John Bell, Whig, Tennessee. usual hours of sale will be sold for val. THOS. LED WITH, Stel'lff"and'\
char-
The is
well as cupidity. I James W Bradbury, Dcui., Maine. intelligence There of a indications very deplorable another the State and county tax, so much of the undivided Ex-offi io Tax Collector-;C*

: Jesse D Bright, Dt m. Indiana acter. are bloody interest of William Hickman'and others. Jacksonville.5th, 1547 .--' ii-
But the: most salutary effect which this course 1 I A P Butler, Dein.. S. Carolina. I war between England and China. of the Waterman lands as will pay the sum of ._ : 14tzi:

of&caou would have would be upon the politicians I John C Colhoun, Dem, S. Carolina. The Chinese had butchered in the most seventy-five dollars, and the cost and charges Sheriff's Sale- t, ;

Simon Cameron, Dem., Pennsylvania. shocking und cruel manner, six Englishmenwho attending the advertisement and sale thereof; *
at the North, who ire proverbially ambitious i Lewis C.-iss, Dem- Michigan. hid gone a short distance into the interior.Sir boundaries unknown to the subscriber and By virtue of a'writ of fi. &_ Jssucdjourf f t}$

and aspiring. The south is yet, united.. f John II Clarke Whig, Rhode Island. John Davis the governor of Hong Kong, AfiSO, : the Superior Court fortheDistrid"fcft&tfor !

strong enough to make or uiar the fortunes ofnny I John J Critteuden, Whig, Kentucky.Massachusetts. had arrived Canton, and demanded from the On the same day, will be sold so much of the Florida the County of Duval, I iilljsxtfeje
Chinese the fullest redress for the lands of Mrs. and A. Low will public sale, in frontofthe CourtllousF1 the
man who exhibits in his poUt cal course n John Davis, Whig, government Fleming, as pay
Jefferson Davis, bern, Mississippi. outrages committed; but no satisfaction having the State and county tax. The amount of the Town of Jacksonville in said .county;\;on the
just or uujust. regard for our rights,, and by William L Dayton, Whig, New Jersey. been received, a-consultation of the officers was taxes due on said lands is forty dollars. The first Monday in October t, between the"ir-l tS$3

" adopting a; stern und rigid rule of rewardingour I niel.iclinson bern, New York. held, and they had partly concluded to blockade Fleming lands lie on Thomas' swamp hours of sale on that day a certain t,t( 4i $ '
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friends, and punishing our enemies we JOhn A UlX, ve&n, ..HCW lon Canton. The force, however, was not sufficient. A. J. 'BRADDOCK, slave called Chloe, and'her child George .

a %.t all times secure the services of a sutSciciit S N Downs, bern, Louisiana. 'The murders were committed on the 5th of Tax Collector, Nassau county. execntion. as the property Joseph B. Lancaster -
.Alpheus Felch, Bern, Michigan. December, on the opposite side of the river.- February 19,1848.Aiacliua ,to satisfy" execution favor of(SJald.,
number of the former at the North in conjunction Banks & Co. '
THOS. LED
: WITH.
\ Henry S Foote, Dora, Mississippi. When captured two were murdered on the spot, : t;
with the upright and holiest, to enable us John P Hale Abolition,Hampshire.. and four put to death shortly after. Tax; Collector's Sale. Aug. 27, 18,17. Sheriff, ke. .

to maintain a footing of equality and respectability Ed. A ILmnegan, Dem, Indiana. Two British steamers were ordered to pro- be offered for sale at public outcry, 5S The above sale has been postponed to ft4

in the Union, and that too without the R M T Hunter. Dem., YirgiuiJ. ceed as far up the river as practicable, in. order WILL front of the Court House lathe town the I st Monday in November next. JJct'Sf 'it.

Reverdy Johnson, Whig, Maryland. that they may be in readiness to blockade as of Newnansville in said county on Monday the The. above sale_ postpVned. nnirHLe

i! slightest hazard of excitiug a crusade at.the herschel V Johnson, D(].. Georgiiu soon as determined upon. 14th day of August next,within the legal hoursof first Monday.. in Dccember Ii next v- N<,3'fj -

. Xorth against us, (r our friend, for our interests ,Hcnry Johnson, Whig, Louisiana. sale, 4i sufficient portion of the undivided interest The above sale is postponed natit|be ,

1 are not antagonist to theirs, nor is our policy Willie P Mangum Whig, N. Carolina. From T.obasco.-The schooner Gov. Anderson of the following named persons in and to first Monday in January nextf/ c Dec 10 4t1 -
James : Dem, Virginia. certain tract of land known as the Arr dondo nThe above sale' iijostpfed until the'ficst J
and Northern Statesman Trainer arrived in '
Captain
aggn-ssive, a way port yesterday, Monday in
Jacob W Miller Whig New Jersey. Grant to satisfyand the taxes due thereonfor Febru3ynJ7 J&n7IE'4S
from Tobasco which he left the 31 inst. pay
I. consistently do us full and ample justice and place on 13The' above sat&,.iJ ostponed"in t
W B Moor, Deru, Maine.Connecticut.. He of the.State and county, for theyear; 1847. ; flftBs
reports thing quiet. Capt. Boyle
I at the same true faithfully perform his duties John M Nile Dem, a United States every schooner the name of which and all cost and charges tor the advertising and first Monday The in March 11. "':t.eo"12D -
Thomas J Rusk Dem. Texas. sale thereof to wit above stle/ postponed ntil thE
to his immediate constituents. Ctpt.: Trainer does not recollect captured two :
,
first
j Ambrose H Sevier, Dem, Arkansas. Mexican schooners, loaded with cocoa and other The undivided interest or portion of..Blood- Monday l.Apr 1 1 rfcxt 7 Slarch_. -.-jaxSBIEIS 21

But ou the other hand, if we suffer ourselvestoo Daniel Sturgeon, Jem. Pennsylvania. merchandize, on the 28th ult Their cargoes good and Thos. Tilleston. -

easily to be drawn into the support of men, Hopkins L Turney, Dem, Tennessee.Jos. were valued at *1G,000.-N. 0. Pic. 12th ixst. The interest of Charles A. Jarvis' F'!SALE. .

cither by discipline otherwise who R Underwood, Whig, Kentucky. The.interest'of Noah Jarvis .. BY VIRTUE of/decree of the crrcnitcoa;t .
party or David, Yule Dem., Florida. The interest of Jeromus Johnson. of the Eastern Circuit.of Florida'ibigfcacounty

afteraloug i course of violent invective and hos- Total, 37 Large Failures.-The Phelps Manufacturing The interest Alexander Muir. of Duva in favor of Orloff M.jor:| sJB,

tile actiou against us, chooses to wake some NAYS. Company, ut Broad Brook East Windsor, failed The interest of Mordecai Myers. against Charles 1I.1'eJo..h I shall offer tor.sare'at

slight and at best doubtful concession in our Names. Politics. States.Ohio. last we k. They were engaged in the manufac- The interest of Mordecai. M. Noah for the. Alligator in the counfylof Colurnbtht
William Allen Dem 1846 and 47. Monday of April next, the'following:deseric A
iivor is calculated} to proJuce the ture of woolen goods. We have heard their in- years ,
; impressionupon David R Atchison, Dem, Missouri. debtness stated at $278,000-their assets at The interest of Ichabod Prall. land, viz: Thcsouth-w estquaVterofthes p'f

such men, and the world that we have George E Badger, Whig, N. Carolina. over $300,000. The factory continues in.full The interest of Aaron Peck; for the years east quarter of section 14, township:2j roj ge

neither principles or resentment; if they did lloger S B iliwin, Whig, Connecticut operation in the hands of the Trustees. We 1846and'47. 14, south uncl cast ; also the south-caxt;quarter

not construe it into a direct admission upon our Thomas II Ben ton, Dem, Missouri. learn that a large Cotton Manufacture in Lis- The interest of Cyrus Perkins.The _' of the sou h-west quarterofsectionl4irn_ -

of the John M Berrien, Whig, Georgia. bon, whose liabilities amount to $150,000, also interest of Rogers and Price. hip..2)r3nge 14, south and east L also tttg ioath- -
part propriety of their conduct. I fear Sidney Breese Dem, Illinois. tailed last week. -Hartford Courant. The interest of John N. Sayer. / east quarter, section 15 townsbjp.H K. jr'4iJ
this is too much the case already with Mr. Win- homes Corwin, Whig, Ohio. ThA interest of John M. Seaman south'and east; also the nQrth ifst .QU.'U't(* ( .

throp anJ his school of politicians and that Stephen Douglass, Dem, Illinois. The i uterestof, the heirs i of Winl Taylor, for north-east quarter section" '-{;{otrEship#rJ&>c

their only Albert C Greene, Whig, Rhode Island. A paper outWest in speaking of an orator the years 1846 and '47. 14south, and east ; ,nlsothe.st'ha1t fno TV.t.- 4L4'
anxiety is to ascertain how little the -
South Dixon II Lewis, bern, Alabama.Delaware.. out that way,says that he spoke an hour and''a The interest of..Thorn for.the years 1S46 west quirter :of 8 t o.i t !.i p; ?; e
will be satisfied with, and how far they Presley Spruauce Whig. halt; and "was sensible to the lAst. and.'47, 14sputh'and; east. n ni_ iiiitin w'240 : 'ftfj

nuy carry their aggressive, policy. William Upham, Whig, Vermont. I The interest of John K. Townsend., ?., same land 'sold'nn'd1''conveyed by JthiC.4t

Daniel Webster. Whig, Massachusetts.. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. The interest of Israel Foote. :. .- .'Charles / i,:Pelot'oIi..the'28thinPn l f' 4friS
Ithwithshnne th-at I acknowledge such a Jas. D Westeottj J r. Dern, Florida. The'interest of Jesse Delano eth o>i with" all, the,- iu 'r T mentjf'J1 fi14i _

conclu.sitlll would be correct dravru from the Total, 15 PORT JACKSONVILLE MARCH 25.ARRIVED. -The interest of Shivers Parker or-0. M. Dor and.appurten'ajnces.;to t : !), H:!n 4&

coIlroe of Southern men in this particular instance Analysis of the Vote. c man .
for Mr. Cabell and all his Southern Ayes-Whigs, It Nays-Whigs, 8 < The interest of Alfred Deforest or 0. M. Dor- _:T.TSSheriff mteKAc.l _

u Democrats 26 Democrats, 7 .. jnan.- < of Columbia COunt _

comkeer8 could never convict Mr. Winthrop of Absent-Whigs 3 Total-Ayes, 37 March20th..-Schr. Tioga Stow rsN.: Y. The interest of Benjamin L. Waite.4or,0.. ..M. Mr.rcht'1f.1. ., ._St 'A.t- ____

larLality for the South, aiiJ if tried before a (: Democrats, 1 "l\nys 15 March 21st Brig London, 'Hay ne, !,Gauda- "Dorman:, .: ** -.. -v > :-. :. : : .. '
Ma.aa ttbctts court he would be triumphantly kupe. -- I The interest"ot.bis"'Osbiuti. for the Aliichua:ShcrifPs SaTcT-'- _

acquItted.. And i think, the -most Majority for the treaty, 22 March 19th.-U.S.Steamer Wm. GastonCapt years'184Q and '47:,; I------ *,. BY virtue of,: .jrrit of:Fin'.Faia.icd
dogmaticalarLz.nmusL Among those voting for the ratification are Hurbert,24 hours'from'Savannahp to Fernandez -- The interest of.Tnomas ,. ; v *a!the (Oircuit.Conrf of t he'Easten Lr ir-
confess- that his concession was a four who spoke against it. Of the four Sena- &-Bisbee. *: r! iThe'iriCerest-of Rufua'Davenpprt,'' .cuit Florida,-in and'for t e TOlanty"ofJSpjc.l.

TWy blight one indeed, considering he was u. tors not voting, two are absent from the city- March 22d.- U.S.gteamer amu\ge\ ,IIcNe1- TThei! ttestofliunes Suydani, ._ .. in aiStat;diriBcted.;. to all .nd/ere xFO fV14'
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, c i'lidate' for>i high and honorable office and Messrs. Houston and Pierce. ty, from Savannah,\to 'Fernandez &Bisbee. The,interest'of' John v Rodman"' for: .the" yean* Shriff t r.SUj StotejTrhCTe: Bt}rtJUrG.Yri, kt T
fleedel 'The following is a sketch of the articles of the CLE RED;; i'.1- -1846 and ?47" ; T ,. -- : Executor of.Jehu Mwell is pLiintin and J 3cs *I _____

Southern vote*- to secure his election, treaty, as adopted by the Senate. It is proba- t ,. ? ..The.interest'oCThpmas.Dexter,as marked'on S. HyaxnsMdGftorgeMGaipini defendants, & _

zitI, that by pursuing the course he did he bly, as correct as a compressed sketch can be Mareh'17.-Brig.Arnndr!' ,Parsons, Brooks, the niap or said" Grant, ''owncr; nofknown for' .I have levifH nppn and 'will'expose for sale oa .

l'lsked only two. vote; and by' pursuing the nwide: New York.t, // 'c the years.1846-and.M3., ? ',. l t., T- .,;,- the first Monday, in April, next at theHSourt.House Iit '&

Atrry he would Articles and Provisions of the Treaty,as adopted March ia-Schr.Canton,.Wilson,.N!Yo' _. The interest of Susan. Murphy i for the years. .in.theJown.bl.Neiniiiiann, 'in' tha '

t' risk twenty,01' thirty. by the American Senate. March, ,1S.-BritishSloop1 t-"W t & odl47.fi;; .c_ $ i wJ.l A county Pfi:Alachua,-in,said;J3fote. b 'e p.the g' .

t fear this article has already exceeded' Article first appointed Senators Cuevas, Con- Nusau'NP.n a :' .> 1'! ; *<>J... j !,The interest ot'He nr1Dudlgfo' thCl Ws usual hours o.f, eal& on-that;dakqertait let
I the of March. .--S$. PAlas'Urann JOi .IS46nd'47- .. ,..-.., ..' i ,
l 1iui1ta to and Atristain commissioners on part ; f_ -- J. '- '. _' f" -"' of :.land,-in the;to1fl1,or;N rBaa T f.la. 4 '
of communication and
iU a newspaper the Mexican government .to adjust terms of a March 23.-Brig Mary,. Jane,.Terry,'. ..Theint et of eoigezJ1CIarkfor.tc. good:'dwelling,.holuMj;-kitcliea.and ,er.QUt- Y

D t. it; with all e.'dour to the judg- ll\stingtreaty'ofth peace between .the United .nna., ,t "t33t-rj sx.--1.. ..; !_. houses Uiereon, propertyof G Qlft !Qa1, -

l' $ of those whose intercsb I haveleen en.' States of the North and the United Mexican : Ch11Ste8XflO* WU.9uto; Hurbert' *,{ ) t t ;THOS..C.tELLIS-$Sheriff: 'f.- pin, tej atisJV( ,"said. .-trriC. ,"and inr" ad4S .

111 to States-with, Nicholas Trist, commissioner of fiavannahii- ;f Mf !!&* it1ttrT.,1t r-f i.tK: ; 'V tndEt-cffieio.TaxlCoIlector," thereon. --(.1 .vM4q1.-t f.1 -'-
ig matetif-rihipcofic Florida. .
( of the United States; &c. -1', ,'March'25tL-S teamerpcamulgee, McNelty. ib sifjffe&trtres_ ? &srt jfor:'Alacha. county.; !dj, :2 t .'"tQ.f Sheriff-AladKu* coiutfy,
.' LOW..t,4' be _f !annab4 l jri ,n : I'bnar1a9), 48 lttJIWl 61n .l '
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t &hI age '{LA'rEj. LEE' &:'.nwSO ,):> ;? -'. ev! rediziotmf litenIoutq.tayoa I< Uil-L.:1..t';Jri TE&WEDICmElhecUoffus ,.., 041Q :,W"1fRl.-6. ,I.
p. nther ipiire' made 'trbad across the shoulders, : .4.'iZ.ltt: f'II1. : J.u.J lo'tit.tJ rt.Jle -.' l-O 'thM tIIS1 c ,
STORY wi1on.: 4erUnt, J.anl.l ,l\1pet'1.0 .' P ieitb
the spacious I FIVE WAREHOUSE .
itlf about six feet in height; red or sandy hair/ .U' all d1e.li ( (1J }.
but Thybtoreyou thf testimony.tth most. 'J er Qth 1HeW.J1akt Jti tSiS .
I No. 50. .. STREET-the WHOLE ... J .:
'I' .b&ers'atoopIng, face Around: complexion of which, is devoted to the exhibition; and: sale{ '*esp ctab) lan lea,,ixi to*'',Vmt&Si Stat. ":Ui" stfmertifi '. : <',- \. wsJ..all.'' -.1J.t; y rai.thr tefi 'al r f m<*.: iSSSoS. aSkS :
I t.. Bandy and blue complains ort his ., ,. J' 'l_ d 9 is m tioher.&l' ,< ;t VhteK'time.'bf 'r-1"' .
'dfaeuetto :
Uglitir eyes hoarseness of the Soyte Article of -- r .. 1' ai" mUi" ..., e,..1tSiibvhere .". .. J. ( l 'H' .. .p, .J ; t.I. W' '
that causes
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and in this I .
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.himself off as'a'Cumberland PresbTterianPreacher ( ."1..1 ."ti," j.;. v1ii'.H '.t:! Ii, ziSintfMtb' .'. : u.r
," passed ; tonish ttfc .1'-.s'lti ( v r ia.Tal W : "
'>.Stockt'consiste of fnearljr: : Ing attcces *? el W. "" filA- 1' WDpl& ... .
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t.. he also professed to belong ,One>ThoiisaHd,Packages periortoianyiotherjMedicffie !for .the5 curEof.Pcverid4gu co 1. COUg '. caoCW. '; iat pit" 'wom nh-- aa lf fc5ytfgby at
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." .. to the Odd Fellows Societf, From the account Embracing8omeTliOUSANDSof' different* 1l..m I.t.V i-\i iI'.'i/0,In' >.|VKSgrylif .- :.j .t..t" tbll S f 8i l'tJiec t. quickeriing' the "wood aild'invijsystemi" -' _

riven us the said Eubanks was. arrested near patterns r and "colorings, and cbmprisiog everything .sJ 9.d's". 0 elve'Houriatlhas J eycrbee4.kIiownto ; : ?; \ night iwiats,:dMw. f 1naeedtMsmedIoneij '
'totampa..Bar, .in East Florida, for his miscon- : desirable :in the .line.:FOREIGN; and.. .'r fill r-Tr to" '\J.UN"'a.lr".a': certain,Cure..The, U.i'* V*' ';;iculf. :rprofus' eknec. .,,i r all the disease'to-which women a t
: 4uct vnxd as he passed himself forJ. Rober- dici Ii J .', toratipria It
; I DOMESTIC. M w anlcsaandatabte1ess. ; ".one, .. ', : wcft.eoejBysteBt; r
:. on, he'was brought to Montgomery by the : All which, are offered for sale, for cash- or which will in,,it themost'. popu1a MedIcine< 1 1*in* the side- ,r.t'v". .? '" ently.ihe tnatural energies -by'j'thbOdynt .

.. Sheriff OTBenton County, Florida, upon the satisfactory credit, at WEST.PRICES, in the 'Southern"St. ',!?he Medicine'contains : -* ... -have.,.and'. .."n' ,1' impunues:of s&f .
.'.,; supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who by the if. ..*, T no'mineral preparatbat: ,,'but'.iia'narmlessyegetabte i. ,/carib'et. i .. the system a?lorjprtxluce'a' JUbseq_
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and who broke 'k' '
was charged with forgery, jail tey 1"'i 'nteis 'to" 1 tioniirhje&is the t-
I PIECE OR, PACKAGE.New ma. 6 "l.-T' t eur. ,14 : ; caag of moat .
i la Montgomery last spring; but as he proved th1iMedi i l .ay: luablpreparations itmreVall -r Probably:tbee'U verjfu i .retfledy( thai" bassbeziidcc for. .female,weakness and disease.:_, 'l.
not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: Styles are receivedlmosteTeryday, < .,ciJ F' t1velve1iursan&41eS not, SSt'uf in'desperate* I *cased" ;of ff consumpl'* ** JISEAS. OFDa. ,THREE'j .
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them
': and we have reason to believe He will make his and'many of be found are elsewhere got up for our own sales. .require any* time tb be lost", alI:that;; is'to'be' ii ii.'thiistth' t'. l e d'. TURE'. .ANU DROpa:
and not to '
towards East Florida, as his health is such arid' and to heal the:: the iWY : '
I r way done is to take the.Medicine to'go to work. ;appears ulcerston u '
Printed lists of corrected
_; *g to 'induce him to make his way to a more fjT with variation prices, in the from' To the Rice Planter it js'a; Valuable Medicine, luhei'" and..the' t ent* ilualJ "'riuntbeh'usu4health'and ... TowsDeat. 8it.:' .)/1.: tg
day to day, every market *'If'a- '.;
f'. ;' Southern circuit. SMITH. are placed in the hands of buyers. as it does riot confein'a y m eycurialjor'riiineraipreparati6ri7whatoyerwarid 8,.t".rennotu."..o __ -.o*.. (., .- been'afflicted with disease ofhe
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SAMUEL
rt-. THOXtASJ.SMITLL Merchants will be able to form some idea of : jss therefore:a safe'Medicine CURIOUS P1 l,qE l# T..IJ-N" with aenibIuptnteTor"th e !
:- H. J. HARRELL.Cahaha the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe for1those who:are jliable toy biposure.I : ..There scarcely,.a day jiasses'ut,'!ere.are the greater,part ottthb'ti 2 .
\r. IS 1847. Nov 26 state, that the value.of our, usual stock of bejfybu, do.pot let'hme ;haye'Jt \tax you,'so a-number of.cases;ofonqnptioi ,-r.\ pqrted ta. troubled w1thshrtneM"olbreath..
Ala, Sept. this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of often:with/advertisements,certificaf es,'&0. It' cured by the use ofD TownsendVSarsaparilhi..The tering of,the beartwbIc.ha. <. _..

f Circuit Court. the entire stock of dry goods usually,kept by has: .d..ived.itselttcibe) what'I say it is, following ecVntly'receiyeiiDH.JTpwNSEN9 / *, iressingti. end, has.frequently.,b, t;
EASTERN" CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together arid the'greatest proof iet:every body l recoiri- --2e t. ::8. For thClZZSt leave .her .bed... The rupture nf-"
..:,:: COLUMBIA COUNTY. with the fact that our means and'our xneridirig it,.to'be.the'oniy:., ertandSpedy three years I have been afflicted with general aqd severe.Shb- tried'almost tverv jMiTsuch *
cure for the'Fev ani1'Agu .J All you hAve to ofv the'last' cases' withbut1ittJebaiefit.: ,
.t Sarah Hunter, ) In Chancery. attention, instead of being divided among a vast debility/and nervous.consumption > .
... .. : vs. variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, doll to ask your neighbor') hat1 he thihks ofHumphreys' stage,and did not expect to.ever, 'gain my health 'had taken butthree.bottles of y _"n_
Elijah;Hunter, ) Bill for Divorce. will render the advantages which we can offer Remedy.for. Fever and Ague, and.,, at.all) After: going.through ,a coyrzeof medicine medicixi.shVras entirely.relievof ed ltie.Jt. '
having been made to appear to the satisfaction -I to dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be of course, t'be tonvinced, you 'will tri.it, at. under the rex of some of the most distinguished the heart and the 'rupture. h ltii&..
', IT least I:hops so. .Here is offer to any PlanterofSouth'Carolinawho and members of the tf lr diSipp .' '
.: of the Court, that Elijah Hunter lour care that none who visit our establishment : : my regular physicians ,
the'Defendint in the above named cause' resides -: shall meet with any disappointment. will either call on Doct.P. Board pf Health in, N w..York and 'elsewhere, .4 She has also had the dropsy, and _
..: out of the State of Florida and beyond the I Our assortment is complete at all seasons of M. Cohen, of Charleston, S._C7_or myself' .in speucingltthe.most| ,of my,eanifbgs in attempting 'much.8w !len., .w&,hac xoidw tJw'de='.
i.:. jurisdiction of this Court, On motion of Washington the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. the city of Savannah, and either of us will give: toregain_my' health;dafter, reap, .be,soben,, fited, as she had uci'gof ili
; M Ives, Esqr., Solicitor for the complainant S.-B..F. LEE. formerly of the firm of enough for twelve cases, arid if,it'does,riot'cure: ing in.some paper of your Sarsaparilla: 'jresol- diseases, Butitha8'asstmgepeari II rU i.1
t :1 Lord & Lees and late,senior partner of the original ten out of the twelve,we ll refund amount', ved.to try it... After using six bottles ITound: it : ; relieved her of the dropsy .I" *N't
It it Ordered That the said Elijah Hunter, firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con paid for it. You are to see the Medicine' takenas done me great' good,' and'called to seeryciu'at' ,that ,this statement is sostnnpuj'
:: be required to appear and answer the complain- nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- I have.directed. your office; with your advice I kept on, aiidjdo' almost like*' fiction,'butit is.,nenJ.the1_ 1:
'.: ..: anti Mil of complaint, within four months,or a ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee &. Owing to the heavy rains 'during the past most heartily thank yo,for your.advice..1' I persevere reality.:'' ,Your Sarsapanlla.is.c iia11'if.i
: Divorce pro eonfesso will be taken against him. Judson, and assures his friends that the new summer, and which still continueal1,. .the:lowlands in taking thearsaarilIaand, have been uable medicine, and should be--used b1
::, '. And it further Ordered, That a copy of this concern shall have the same pre-eminence in are under water, which will cause a great able to attend to my usual labors'for the'last one that is suffering as we havebeat, .It lit'
Order duly certified by the Clerk'of this Court this branch of trade, which formerly distin deal of this disease on the 'Rice Plantations: it four months and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, .they. are at .
published in some Newspaper printed within guished the other two houses to whieh he be will be to your advantage to procure.a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call atJ my,,house and have.ocular dcmotj :
Ie.. th'e Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week longed. June 25, 1847. ly and speedy remedy; you can do so by applying helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,.respectfully "" 1
consecutively for four months. to 'either 'of-my 'Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAth"TOWSEB. 1 JaI. :
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THO: DOUGLAS, Judge. J. B. CUBBEDGE, HUMPHREYS'. REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. '- -

,:. Clerks Office Circuit Court, } BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER/ AGUE. State of New Jersey,Essex County, M.-Chas. DYSPEPSY.. to ". ,
.: :. Columbia County. South side Market square, (next door to Ver- The. Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever' been dia ot't.<
;L BrIBING SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of said Court, stille, Luffboro & Butler's Shoe Store,) : named gentlemen, who are the only'agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which:so nearly: eem Je8 tJle'g tri jlii
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in the above entitled cause on the 25th day of 13-filled: at the lowest prices.country promptly Country merchants' will make a handsome pro Sworn.and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarfaparilla.} .ltpoitiveIy',9T53 every OK*
.' October A. D. 1847. March 11 1848. fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however or'chrbriicT '_ '***.'
; IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto ly made to'Planters, &0. by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. BANKDEPAEThET, ALB 1'rt", May 10,'i8t..
e. set my hand Hnd caused the seal off CLARK LAWSON, W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., DR. TOWNSEND-Sir:. 1 .have been .si.s4
L. 8.] said Court to be hereunto annexed, this FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN 84 VED. for several years .with dispepsia in its '??
I 25th day of October A. D. 1847. Savannah, Georgia, tender their services Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &C., Very few families indeed-in fact'we have form,attended with sourness of stomach,fen
I. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. to planters and others, and.solicit consignments '. SAVANNAH, GA. not heard'of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite, .extreme heartburn* and "apri
: Oct. 29, 4m on cotton and all other kinds of country Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the ,past aversion .to/all kinds of food, arid 'for vedt-
.' produce. They are agents for the celebrated THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I have been unable to r A
: a Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Etowah Mills of Cass county, from whom theyare A VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach. .Itricithf
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.. Circuit of Florida, held at the Court weekly supplied with,Flour, fresh ground, SOUTHERNERS following is from my evidence of its value and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little or lj.
House in Jacksonville on Tuesday,the sixteenth and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon S. Farr, of Graham instance of its saving the lives of children:. effect in removing the complaint. I was b Ked >
t day November, in the year of our Lord, one hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns, vile, S..C. DR. TOWNSEND, -Dear Sir: I,had two, children ,'about two mbnths'since, to try youiKah'
.. thousand eight hundred and forty seven from the Eatonton, Cartright, Planters, and Mr. William Husnphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer Sarsaparilia, and I must say with liUiece'
Presentz: Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they seU'at Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15 fidencej but;after using nearly.two.,boUlf&I,
J 3 The Honorable GEORGE W. McRAE, Judge. the manufacturing prices. Watts in favor of your Remedy for Fever and months old and the other 3 years., ',They.were touud'rny appetite,rwtored and the heart *
j Henry Bennett, } March 11, 1848. 3m Ague; he is a man of ,integrity, and his testimony very much reduced,and we expected they,would entirely removed, .au d'I would earBafly n
T3. > Bill for Divorce. WM. S. LAWTON 'is consequently'undOubted. die; they were given up by two \respectable commend the use of it to those who have"
N&ncy Bennett. ) Yours respectfully physicians.. When the doctor informed;that afflicted as lybave been.r' Tours, &&j, ? '
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the fourt FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, THOS. J. S. FARR. we .must lose;them, we resolved to,,try yourSarsapanilla W. W. VAN ZANDf.
from affidavit filed, that the Defendant in the Charleston, S. C. Grahamville, S. O, Sept.,18th,1847. we had heard'so much of, but had N. B Purchase'none bnt'encb'as Eave writ-
0 &\\.entitled cause resides without the State REFERENCES G..Jaudon Esq near Jacksonville Mr. W. Humphreys, Jrn little confidence, there being so much,stuff advertised 'pOi that hide 'the bottle ewnpletely awf fivV !
J :,1. of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this E.F.; Gov. C. J. McDonald, Ga.; C. M.' Dear,Sir-This is to certify that I have used that is worthless: but we 'are' very the written aignature 8.P..TQ\YN8END.. .
i' .' '. Court,en motion of said Complainant,by James Furman Esq., Charleston, 8. C.; Hon. F. H. yourjFever and Ague Remedy.with success. I thankful that we did,for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office,<12G Fulton-st.Snn'Building
Bryant, Esq., his Solicitor % Elmore, Charleston, S. C. b I obtained a supply of it from Mr.T. J. s..Farr, the lives of both. I write this that others may N..1.; Redding Si. co. 8'stite' TJostba; Dvott
I .. It is Ordered That said Defendant appear February 19, 1848. 1, I your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Y oUrBz'rC1pectful1i & sons, 1 32 North Ond- i. Philadelphia
':: '-, end answer said Bill Complaint within four i to my,daughter according to directions and I JOHN WILSON.'Jr.: S.-Hance: ; druggist; 'Baltimore .Dune & eIL
: months, or the same will be taken as confessed TYPE FOUNDRY : am happy to state that thV disease left her in Myrtle-avenue,Brook1yn .Sept 15, 1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen Chsrleston;;3Vdbt
J 59 Gold corner of Ann street N. York. the course of hours and her &
\ g against her. thirty-sir present LUNATIC AYSLUW. co. 151 (hartres-st New.Or1 ma: .105 Souti
: And it further Ordered, That a copy of this THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun state of. health indicates a certain cure. James Cummings Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st;Albany;':R: Van'Buekirt'm .cor.. fl
and will continue he business Yours, &c .E. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Blackwell's Island,is the Market, 'and :
order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court lately Ayslum, ;Broad-ats. Newark; N.J. sad b-
; be published in some newspaper printed within conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto Grahamville, S. C, Sept. 14th, '1847. gentleman'spoken of in the following letter: principal! Druggistsand] ,Merchants gtntn%
I the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of all orders they may receive with punctualityand RHEUMATISM. -' throughout the. United.States, West Indies ttl
I four months consecutively. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by. AGENTS.!'.>L Cohen .& Co.., Charleston.S. This is only one of 'more than four thousand h 'CuI. .& : X'M* :BEED, Agent ;; *
.m ,'. .1, OSCAR HART,Clerk of said Court do hereby them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnishall C.; T. J. S.,Farr, 'Grahamville, 8. CJ ; W. Al cases rheumatism that Towrisecd's Sarsaparilla ". ; .JacksonvilleFkwkFebruary ,
Certify the above to be a true copy of the order kinds of Printers' Materials, of the best qual Carswell, Savannah,. Ga.; A' :McLane, & .Co.. has cured.The most"'severe[and 26, J848. 1-. .i
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.. : :made and entered of record in the above entitled ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in .. Jacksonville. Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert,:Macon, chronic cases arc weekly eradicatec! by its extraordinary ,
i cause in said Court on the date aforesaid. superintending the manufacturing department. Ga. Dors y & Knott,.Qriffln. Ga.; P.A.' Ioise, virtues : HOLMES
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto Proprietors of newspapers,who have not ad- LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping,. Columbus, BLXCKWEM.'S ISLAND, Sept.141847. .& f
!'. set my hand and affix the Seal of vertised for the subscribers, who may publishthis Ga. ;W. Root, Marietta,.Ga.; T.. Patrick, Salem, Dk. TOWMSEND Dear Sir: I have suffered .'HOLMES & :CO, have taut
,', lu b-J said Court, this twentieth day of notice for three months, will be entitled to Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, .Augusta, Ga.;, J. A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; MiEsSRS.:; : stock Merchandize:to theIsb :
December, A. D, 1847. receive pay in type, on purchasing five times I Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, considerable or the time I could not eat sleep ildingfofn er11 occupied by the United Stofcfi
; OSCAR HART, Clerk. the amount of their bill for advertising.Old Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro W. R. or work;. I had the most distressing pains, and known. as.the ,Government Building. TVf
: :. "' Dec. 24th, 1847. 4m Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts Anderson, Dalton, Ga.;' E. A.Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen.' I have used _have added to their stock,'by;the late Ifrom'New
,. '. -< per lb. ville. ,Ga.; ,Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.'; Cole, four.bottles:of your Sarsaparilla,and they have YorkiifullassortmeUtet-Dry Gdeft
; toi, 1.Tax Assessor's and Collector's pThe Type with which the "NEWS" is Prescotf& Co. Black Creek,.Florida' ;.Lightfoot done me'more than one thousand dollars worth GroceriesHardware,- ProrWoni, &c,"'M.
Notice. printed, was cast at this establishment. & Flanders,Macon ; P.Mart ;Savannah; Cunningham of good.lam so much better. Indeed I am -which',. hey:\an prepared to sell.at redo$
,,: 4 is hereby given to all persons having WHITING & TAYLOR, &.Co.. Dalton, Ga."; J.H.:&W."S. Ellis, entirely relieved You are liberty. to'use prices. : 1
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*l NOTICE Successors to Robert Taylor. Macon M. C. Williamson Davisboro. Ga. Wm. this nfilict d.
property within the county ofgrange ; ; forthebenefitofthe They"are now prepared to purchase CotIosHid *,
.. that the subscriber will attend to all February, 1848. 3m Hodges, Sandersville; R.T. Floyd,. Mica opy, Yours., respectfully, J AMES't GUMMING Si. ;'and Other produce ot the country at&It
returns directed to him. Address to. Enterprise StateofFlorida.EASTERN Florida; Fo'A. P uUen Jacksonville. Florida; COULD NOT "WALK.* 4i highest Market rates,';and make.cash adVaa aon
,East Florida. CIRCUIT-DUVAL COUNTY.The R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C.oFor That ,Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Li the very ,'. consignments. their friends SavaasM
sale
: VIRGIL R. DUP NT, Tax Assessor United States of America, wholesale and retail by best remedy for female complaints there is ,and;Charleston, or NewYork. / ]i
: and Collector of the county of Orange. vs. F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville.A no disputing; thousands and :'thousands'. : They have a" new"'article'of WroughVirba
February 19, 1848. 4t The heirs of John McQueen. October liberal discount by the dozen. weak and debilitated females'th t .were'prostrated Ploughs-to which they would respectfully ctH
Application for the purchase of land 8th,1847. by those 'diseases to 'females are the attention Planters., '

NOTICE.MONTHS on Amelia Island. : PAXATKA :BOUSE,. 'subject were soon in,-the enjoyment of robust. Jacksonville'Nov.. 6, 1846, tf

.. .iSIX after date I shall present my motion of C. C. Yonge, Esqr., United health. *.' -
i!r f accounts and vouchers as Executrix of theM ON States Attorney for the Northern District M THE Subscriber informs her friends New-YottK, Sept 23, 1847. .FORWARD.ALDRICH. ... .. :. .. "... l' ,
estate Wm. F. Murrhee late of Nassau county of the State of Florida it is hereby ordered and patrons that she has opened the a DL TOWNSEND-Dear Sir:. My wife has for .ATTQRN;YS. AND COUNSEtLORS_ ""14V
1 Meceaced.. to the Hon. Judge Probate of said that the survey heretofore this case directed hove establishment witevery viewHo their the last year been .yery sick, and in greatly: WILL practice in the.several.,Courts of Law
,1 1, county/for a final settlement of said estate, and to be made, of the lauds aforesaid, be re. comfort. During the last summer'she has. had reduced state of:.KealtJi, being .reduced by a arid Equify,'in'the ten CircaU'of Florida.. '
U. ; 'shall. at,the same time apply for Letters of Dis- turned on the 17th day of April next, before her house thoroughly :ceiled :and extra fireplaces variety of complaints such as fema1eS' :.liable .:WM.HA." FORWARD, Augustine : '
1 g mission as such Executrix, of which all persons me at the Court House in the town of Jackson built so that now she is able to offer them to; she got so bad at length that she;was;entirely .' (iALDaicHNewriarisville. .
interested in said estate, are desired to ville in said'County,and.that the matter of the good and comfortable accommodations warranting : .unable to walk/and was as helpless asa'chndj: ;
I :4 : take'notice. MARY MURRHEE, confirmation or rejection of the said survey, be to'giTe satisfaction to all who patronise her. she commenced using yourSarsaparilla, and 'WM F; CRABTREE; ."'

October 29th, 1847. Executrix set for hearing at said place, at 10 o'clock, A. Conveyances into. .the country"tatt obtained ] she immediately'began to regain.her strength, "" .,TTORNEY. ".AND'C t1 sEtioi'1'; W.,;J
M. of said day. ; and it is further ordered, that here. 0 De. Mrs. S.. ;A.' WIGHTMAN."' her complaints !left her, arid after taking sete- .. -1:'. J ck'ii il-d l1!iFl:.'
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. at the same time and, place, there shall be a -Pala.ka 10, 1847 '.3t *> ral bottles she iit red. i3ei ga"singular ;Wiu.'attend to'any'bujiness'entrnsl 4ta"Bl

,.,. TvroTicE ISHEREBY; GIVEN} that admmXl hearing upon the application of the 'United '. 'In Ciricnit''CourtiSOUTHERN '-0 case I thought it might do good fp publish,it .:hand in;any'of;the Couytuin,theEa; tmSr-

: ? istration on.the estate of Eliza M,, Crich- States tor'a final order for the conveyance of CUICU1T,0, FLORIDA.IN She uea-.a;nnmber.pf remedie.bat'dnC her cuit of Florida. tM ''...,' ;
; 1.Ona$granted the 28th June, 1847, by.the the premises described in_their petition for the AITO FOEJ TilENancy Co'trNTr OY-' JtLSBOltOUGII. no good previously: Your<;respectfully, '

Judge of Probate, for the county of Duvai,State purposes therein mentioned ,and set forth} and Parish, ) IJ CHANCKEY:' .ti.1, CJOHN'r.IU.LEN'8, .;. .'NorfOlk.st.. ? > :FETLIX.ATTORNEY. ; 'IVNGSTON: ', \. .
of Florida. All therefore for such other and further orders and proceedings r"''' ? td *;w-a <*J.t, x .
: persons, having VS. t -' : T'LAW, ;.
p ; /claims against said estate will present them to ,as the nature of the case may render 'necessary. .'James'R7Parish.Bill'fori ,. ,.TO f..j3.'LA' !! JacksonvilleWnx Fk.

-4 :r the subscriber,within time,prescribed by, lay, And it is further ordered, That?a co IT-h g|beep nade,i to appearita jjhq satisfac I II J* "ORE 'FEMALE MEtiiClNE,,, ? in the ourtaoftheBs *:
.which is two years from the date of administration .. py of.this order be published the (Jacksonville I of the Court by affidavit_ ,that the above DR.TowssEND'3 SAESAABiw fa a sovereign practice all ,
F ,'or they will be barred, and those indebted ) "News" until the .day appointed for the named,.defendant ]resides.- |ofh
,.. p to said estate will make payment to- said hearing.THO. Florida, _and,'beyond. the*JurW.ctio {.".of*this .for the"'generallprosXrationjOf( the system-no .AJJqUS'TJJ ;C ,OILtETjATrORNET
: ,.. A. W. CRICHTON, DOUGLAS, 'Judge of the I Court;'" i w" -' J : ji, matter:Whether the result of inhereni cause, .
3- Administrator. Eastern Circuit of the State of Florida. IT is TfeEREroRE"ott; ton of James T.. ', irregularity illriess or iANRrlCQPNSBliLOR., 'JJIt
Mag- or. produced ,]
: I -causesf
And.Commissioner of Deeds of tho State off
'*"'. Jacksonville January 29th, 1848. 2m March 11th-1849. .tVt. bee,8oIitor; for.--sal. : ._ > 4 '
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: l mpWnantOiazn, ,acel.en -: r ;- If Ii *" <:ri ;ie Vwithin'and for the S&&t..ol TwCOUNSELLOR *-
-"" """""" Administrator's .Notice._ that tb 1 .i1 e .B1P.1"ia11"ttJue ted, t9\ NothipgJcan moroJSurpnslDgJhl1n its invigorating -. ,' ., k'- : ; 0 '-";>
." "NOTICE. ; : "J.ic ..a.LJ
2.: !.)I' .. Term of the 'Probate:Co tf riDuval appear and swer.th complainantsBjlof'onth 'effectsfon: the human frame. .Persons : ..
i. : : A"LL T ':Persons having'claims against the;es21. AT County to be held on th'e'firstr' Monday comp1aiutbena '$ j''J.tbIJUQJU"' 'or 1 all weakness alaitUfrOflktkjflgit ::; '(Ii4BIF._ -QOQPB:1

f.. t.. .' ;tate.of John M. Stafford, 'of New Or- in ApriTnextJI will 'apply:tovisaid Court for. Deeree.pr Un/esl9. vlL'je4aken .gans thiu1J t become robust and full ofegyunde : AT ,L.tW .
z, 4 .. leaas/LJL, deceased, will present them toth'eub leave to sell a certain female'slave,'named Jane, AND IT is FURTHER ORDERED,.tlhat a copy,of- ita influence! It jiimedIately'counteract'the ATloaNBY.AtfD',
: criber8! within',the time prescribed.by laijr, the property the'Estat 'Prfecilla,Mattair.'deceased .- this:;.Qrd ; ul1-)certifled byTthej L' i1i.of; ,this; uervelessness"'of thftifemale frame;"hi4".*hT r irpractice in tiieseTeral.t Courts- of iiVBt',
;. : or,they will Debarred; and' those indebted' t to ;'for the benefit'of the'heirs arid creditora .- Court,.be publish.ed tome.ne,spapexprinted great cause of barrennessw. ,, .'.,1s,,, ? It/' Ct rcuiItPboiidi: 1..4
: J ,the eaid. :estatewill make payment to of said deceased.: ISAAC;VARN; Jr4 within the State.,of Florida,.once a week conBecutirely iltrwiUnot: t be.expected,iqf}',injcasea: of sodeUcattfa L ..TacksoDT nt E p: oi 261847 ". :":
4 SUSAN STAFFORD Adm'x. 1 ,':* Administrator" Trith the'will anii, ied. ,. for.four'months.. 't.: natuw o. .certificates -t cures'performcdjJbutnwe [:: ':- HRLES 'H.DCDIIN8BCLdB. 1ELOT :-
;E N : JOSHUA-'STAFFORb, Adm'r. ( 'March lir; 1848.r I'.! T : ;4t:t 't' J. ;;1EOPWL1AURAE\1'u g,: f. t. ; ; can assure he.afflicted that, .

TempaB&ySeptl9,1847.. ." 6m -. ". I .. ." .*,,v Southern. Cfr U1t'1L,1 hundreds of Cues have been reported to us,'. r ,.A4TO&PY"'. ; ;: .AZ11
S' U- t Executor's Notice AA + L JrtttfW BoBAiTSy OKrlc'brftaid'-Court,' 0rebr tDz:T w1'C '$- ;MyifebCiflg; grelyitreised XIk J'Ri : P,4' :
I. Administrators ,Notice.LL1 LL persons indebted the.Estate of Fred rtift t .b8'f and ext' .w.
t eoe : f byTieaknes5: jd\getteral: :Debility" n.ifpra tieot i.tJi :s :'Corti
:. ,PERSONS' hvlng demands against the 'JLJ erick-rRice, decaedpareqijej::io an Ordet.duly madeand, ,enteredofeor&f 'I ff'eriDr, utIJ UbyLpn i*i! rEasternCrj8it| of v" d;.
: ; 4.: ,:.t1 Estate of OrauBaittrdeceaged,will hand make immediate payment to the'/subscriber/ the .616- flW6thi1tb1ay6f. d tfel qdlha.TlligkDQ1 ; 1cUi.m to hia.ca1'8t'vwill td with PtomJt .
, :1-; t* thorny the subscriber prbperljr.attested,.in'the and all'persons,e tditOsj tlegate ,-:Min g ;D mnb 9i tJ 1847Iih1i"I T'f.;. diciiie" IiaSJi ct cli ]Ct\l i.aIdlieiiinilireco .., .d .. .
;.' :Z:. .J.tia v prescribed by.law,and aU 'persons indebtedto demands against. .the Estateof_ deceased -we : IN Wrz WDUOF t vtfhW" arlene !'caes as I 'idesCrib'edIJobt : :< 1QSBBH ,fc\V" .'FITCH* .j
,r' 'h J 'J the:said/Estate, are rr&uested. , ." .. imaediate. payment. to' .t: '- f 5 ?.their claims and demands will be barred.: 1.1 8J, there being/no ,seal- thllf' Pti lIan followed'.the.directions you .. "GENERAL.-:COMMISeiOir_ ': ,
., ***' : : :. T._0. HOLMES, Ad lOr. .at the\expiratloniof.two years from,the',date ..'11 J. 1Ititd.11 t lem .Nf lf8i7" 'gave ne., In ii short rioditn5POvedher' ,<:om.toJttbjjBel .' iflrMtendcaiedwltb"deepatch.t 111 b_ t i :

". ,"' .', .:' ..of.OBAXTEBtDecea.eed.A'iUe ; hereof., x ? PHILIP.iF-RASERfi&eculor. .- 'rJ:\W;;, ROBABTSlUtrkfo p dataletW g ;.
Jjpiary,7},1846. 1 2m. J .' 'JacksonTJllc, March 4, lS &, 8t ; December 24,1847.4rn: : .; ,. :. grateful for:the':benefi'ta' eh., received, I takeS Norember 19 1647' ti

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