The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: April 1, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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charged ror. into.by,James B. Cole, Darlin C. Prescott, n"Mississjppi(not ma patients
and donara wilt ba charged for all annom.ce. and Benjamin Wilson under the firm of Cole, of the 'Thirtieth C.ngreis.PvuoNo. ,' ny.lars ago, which has never been published of this new resource:would be inexcusable

IJ7Fiye orcandidatel for oflice.utre Prescott & Co., on the 19th of August, 1847,the '-' to our knowledge, althoughsit has been circula- ; but .its; innocence and l&fe'.1nunald be
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ODe for said firm is dissolved by the consent of the undersigned [ ] : considerable extent by experience
Debtora and Creditors, i i 10 00 :AN ACT authorizing to'whom reservations and we give it to before would be discreet to
Notice 5 constituting a majority of the said ,.persons, now: an admiring world in print employ
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. A .plctOD; ; for LetU notice! will be inserted jpttul.tr firm. James, B. Cole atone is authorized to setup of land have been made under certain u we hope for the first time. In some particn U indiscriminately In natural Jaborhen the

; AU religious tie the affairs and to receive all 'debts duet Indian treaties, to alienate the same in fee. br portion Mississippi,no matter where,lived n9them'I1n; health", ,4I'ha1&t may be used by .
.O !' admimble personal communicadon. wUl the late firm. JAS. B. COLE, Beit, enacted fy the'Senate and Howie of Rep.resintatwes an individual who held'an exalted rank in the mercenary; niIinbero t our'profession, *is:lone ir&J:
All d II advertisement. D. PRESCOTT of t"'d' United _&atuofAmerica inCongrtss regu1ar1Di1itial..ptthe State;'he had been duly of tb'dangers'attendant upon/the'publfcitT
b. ?ri AM bills for Job ?riDtine. must be paid on the gerry Feb. 7 1848. assembled. That all the reservations elected major,.'and commissioned byhisExeflencjr : which'"chloroform rind its effects Lave received.
I tht'try 01 1 the work.e& Garey's i, to or for any person>"'or' persons named :in the : the Governor to fulfil the duties of that Let ns beware lest this blessing be turned intoa
All communicai must be addressed to |3r The undersigned will hereafter continuethe treaty of the twentieth'day of October, eighteen exalted and responsible sit atiO He-was' curse, and this by carefully discriminating "I ,
GILl.lff ck HAZARD postage *<**. business on his own account, and all persons hundred and thirty two, made at:Camp familiarly called major,attended all the military between'.'its use- and its abuse.' Itthli' .1i be

indebted to the late.firm of Cole, Prescott &, Co. Tippecanoe, in the State of Indiana,. betweenthe balls as major, visited all the families as ma effectually done,the-chloroform promises to.be 3fr.e.
s:::::: .Weekly-V.S.M. Steam-Packet Line will make immediate payment and those having United States by commissioners,Jennings jor,was the authority all military matters ft1 a precious boon,of science to suffering hunIty. ;(

*.{ demands,when due, will present them. Davis, and' Crume, ;and.the 'chiefs and Majoriraa' treated by every:'body-Lit the bar .', .' S
BITWKXN Feb 19 ,(5t -JAS. B. COLE. headmen of the Pottawatomie tribe'of Indians ;as Major"and 'was the most popular'man: in S !

I B a. of the Prairie andKankakee, 'shall ,be so con' the country except-the: 'sheriff.,***&":?*?*. < ''"- The Model Lodger -He is a quiet gentleman; S

PALATKA FLA. NOTICE. strued and held to convey to:and;vest.in said But in'war;: as-in love;there are rivals;and A.smile js permanently settled'on his cleanxface. '
SAVANNAH & PERSONS having an interest in the manage- xeservees, their heirs, and assigns,'forever, an 80 i the Major M M.'Mississippi militii' leonied He wipesbis boots on the mat before hwalks ,

BT THE WAY OF direction of the 'administrationupon estate in fee simple in and to the reservations so one day, when a big fellow, who had been at up: stairs. ep.YI.1" high rental and hfew &(
)iRIEN BRUNSWICK, ST. MARYS, Gso.; the Estate of-Payne, deceased, sued. made, by said treaty, to or for said_reservees wild as a mm cherry tree all his life,'returned friends. He leaves rawen'open-: \ ;- He'
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND out before the Hon.Judge Probate for Columbia respectively.SEC. from Texas, where he had been sojourning for has a cellar full of coals at a time I Hetaiesia iJiii1I
I PICOLATA, FLORIDA. county Florida, will please take noti e that 2. And be enacted That said several He and is :
further re .years. wrote his name on the books a newspaper, not iq a hurry,for it in.the
I In connection with the Charleston Daily Mail the subscriber, administrator upon such state semes, or their heirs, may sell and convey all of the hoteJ,-'Major J. Johnson, Tew," ins morning., He is never.out later than ten.,.,He
Steam. kets at Savannah,the steamer SARAH under the provisions of an act of the Legislature or any part of his, her, or their respective reserves conspicious hand, and th eby' astonished all shaves with cold water 'He never adds -up a
.cpiLDINO, from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the of Florida, entitled {:An act to provide for ; and such sale and conveyance e shall vest his old comrades and fellow-townsmen. The :. bill. He is fUnd children. He likes to buy1 j

U. & Mail Stages, from Picolata to St. Augustine the re-establishment of the Records for the in the purchaser his or her heirs and assigns, major-the real Simon Pure M. M Major-glanced them sweetmeats,:and: to take one 'oc asfol i11r: !

and from Black Creek, via Newnansville, county of Columbia, and for other purposes" I such title as. is described in such deed of con at the autograph contemptuously, and remarked to the theatre. .He never:has supper.. ;He ner

Alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to approved January 6th, 1847, will avail himself. veyance, to such lands so sold and conveyed; that he was only a Texas Major, and it er.dines at home, except Sunday) and that,

.Tallahassee. of the privileges therein specified, for the purpose Provided, That all deeds of conveyance 'made wan't no kind of use for him to put on no kind rarely. The landlady (orders then his'dinner;; .
OCAMULGEE, Capt." P. McNELTT.ST. of instituting copies in substance of all papers before the' passage of this act shall stand upon of airs,'and if the Texas Major ever crossed their it is generally a very large joint, with plenty'of S (;t.,

MATTHEWS, N. KING. belonging to the aforesaid administration. the same footing as those made after the passage parade groundhe hoped to be ambuscaded if he vegetables, a very large pie, and a(very large
WM. GASTON, J. HEBBAED. Can be found now on file in the Clerk's office of I of this act, and the rights of the parties didn't make him right about face a,lit tie atom slice of cheese. He ,never inquiresrfor the,

These packets leave Savannah every TUESDAYand said county papers and instruments of writing I shall be the same in one case as in the other; quicker than he ever seed reg'larji do it. If he i' joint,,or the pie, or any thing, the next daj> .
SATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and ar- purporting to be substantial copies or counter Provided, That such deed of conveyance for didn't he warn'ta Major of M. M. Mississippi He lends his books cheerfully. He'is in doubt

rite at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go parts administrator's bond, letters admin- : any of said lands made before or after the passage militia-that's all. '. about the exact number of his shirts. ,He rarely ..

through to St. Augustine before night every istration and inventory and appraisement, &C., of this act, shall not be valid for such purpose One day the M. Jf.. Major was sitting on the rings the belL He pays for extras.without

Thursday and Monday. which were; destroyed by fire on the first day until the same shall have been approvedby I second balcony of the hotel,whittling a shingle, a murmur. Rather likes music. Does not object .
Returning, leave Palatka every TUFt:>AY and of November, 1846. This notice given better : the President of the United States. 'his custom always of an afternoon,' when upon to a piano and a flute playing different

FMDAT MORNING, at 7 o'clock,touching as' aboveeach to enable the administrator to enforce his application ROBT.C.WINTHROSpeaker his secure hour stole the Texas Major, and drew tunes at the same time. He is never in arrears", I

S *ay. before the proper tribunal for a discharge of the.,House of Representatives.G. his chair by his. After a ,very brief conversation with his rent; if it is not paid the very day it
They are all Ion pressure boats, in completeorder upon final settlement. :M. DALLAS both Majors became very much excited becomes due, the reason is because he has paid:

and handsomely furnished in every respect SHUBAL BURNS. Vice President of the United States and and showed fight. The M. M. Major threw it the day before. The Model Lodger is sheep..

; are commanded by gentlemen of well By JAS. S. JONES, Agent. President of the Senate. down his glove-no, his shingle, and challeng ish, rich, and contented.-PuncVs Almanac s

known experience on the route, and their will patrons Alligator_ Feb.. 26th, 1848. 3m _. APPROVED March 9, 1848.JAMES ed his opponent to single combat,informing him
are assured that every attention be I i -- -- j K. POLK.. that he could double up all the Texas Majors Bob Walker.-The St. Louis Reveille, in giving ;

paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, STATE OF FLORIDA s in creation! the Republican's story of Bob :Walker, tell*,

and to the careful handling of freight. MONROE COUNTY. [PUBLIC-No. 15.J: "The combat thickens-on brave I" one of its own upon the same individual: -- i

AGENTS: Benjamin Megin, } I AN ACT granting the franking privilege to shouted the ye While crossing the plains to Santa Fe, Gen.Eearny .
Savannah village lawyer who had been at. ,
Brooks It Tupper, In Chancery was some distance ahead with the advance .
Louisa Catharine Adams.Be
Darien. 1. Thomas Taylor Philip f tracted to the spot, as well as a number of t't
JLiUeLorme, One of the officers ,
; it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives others. ,belonging i .
ftFriedlander, Brunswick.John Sawyer,and James Filor. J the rear division singled Bob out'and sent
of the United States of America in '
St. Marys. T to me by affidavit that Thomas 'Go it,Texas cried another.
Bessent -
ahead with a letter to the Ge eraL
I assembled That all letters and SII
A Fernandez & Bfcbee, Jacksonville. Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in the' Congress packets 'Let into him Major! exclaimed a third. came with them they had encamped '
I A Coy, Black Creek. bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the carried by post to and from Louisa Catharine They closed, and the blows rained fast and Bob sauntered up to the General's ,
Adams widow of the late John up marque:
Quincy Adams :
Geo. Cooley Picolata. State of Florida, and that the said Thomas Tay. thick,upon each other's faces. "We're
gettin' along right sharp General
be conveyed free of postage during her natural ,
Palatka. resides in and that the stud Philip
R. R. Reid, lor Europe, he.
E.Lafitte & Co.; Charleston.N. Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, life. And d-d be he Lay on, Macduff' says'Tea sir" answered the commander.S S
U&OVEP March 9, 1848. who first cries 'HoldJJenough! !"' ,
B.-Goods consigned to the Agents forwarded It is Ordered, That said defendants appear "I wish you'd jest look at that boss of.

free of commission. Freight from Sa- and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall betaken [PUBLIC-:-.No. 16. 'Good lick' Major!I' shouted the excited lawyer Gener said Bob, land give me your'
fiTannah and Charleston and all way freight confesso.It ] 'Hit him he's he'll
I pro AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in : again got no friends how stand the racket clar through
further Ordered, That a copy of this Order 'Hurrah for Texas!' ;) .
payable by shippers. amendment of the acts respecting the judicial yelled the Texas Major, we're .'oin. S _M1j
September 17, 1847. tf be published in some newspaper printed in of the United States." as he obtained a momentary advantage:'Where'syour "Have you a captain at the head of
the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month M. M. Major now !' ?" inquired the General
for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas Beitenact4tyt1e Senate and House of Representatives 'Hurrah for 'theJ\Iajor.l' shouted the company we' .hoe and he's t tS
IN CIRCUIT COCRT. of the United States of America in crowd "Well, her mpu_
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUJJTY _or.. .. Taylor, and once a week for four months, in Congress assembled That in'case of'a as the champion of the -'Mississippi Militia vs. too8U8wered'Bob. .OY '. S
5r.-J: KNS: IN CHANCERY.The reference to the said Philip Sawyer. in the office of the ,clerk of,any circuit vacancy court of All Texas' in his turn planted a good blow in "Whenever you wish to learn anything in : .. .., %1
Southern Life JOS. B. his adversary's face. 'Heave him the t'ail.in' movements then"said the G
over gard to
the United States in vacation the judge of the your ,
In-l of Florida.. '
& Trust Judge So. Circuit Major! they continued'Hurrah !l' al of him." '
surance district court in the district within which such "inquire 4 a ,'
ny to use Arthur AL Bill to Foreclose. THOS. F. KING, Sol. for CompVt.Key vacancy occurs may appoint a clerk, who shall combatants fought_nobly, and their col "That's military, is it?" inquired.Bob, '4.Jt ,

Reed, r West. February 19, 1848. 9m hold said office until the end of the next term ors-red-were freely streaming over their fa "That is military, sir," answered the Ge
vs.Angustus ces. Now comes the tug of war, for Greek has frat
of the circuit court for said district, unless the
Poujaud. J Runaway Caught. office ia sooner filled by an appointment accOrding met Greek! They have clenched and struggle "Well, General, they gin me a letter for ; 4
IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction < BROUGHT TO JAIL, on the 11th to existing laws. fiercely-they near the railing-the Texas but, cuss me, if I know whether I oughter gin ;
of the Court by Affidavit that the inst., a negro who calls himself ARNOLD APPROVED March 9 1848. Major has the advantage-he ails himself of you in pusson or send it through your 5 ,

Pefesdant named in the Bill of Complaint filed I. t and says he belongs to Mr. Wm. ,- it, and flings his antagonist over ; and then, uttering and so I'll go back and ask the Captain,,

in the above entitled cause, resides out of the \1_ Crosby, of Columbia county, Fla. Said S JOINT RESOLUTION-No. 2.] a Cock-a-doodle-do F and a Hurra for the back he went, sure enough, with the letter
State of Florida, and out of the United States I I negro is of black complexion, about 5 feet 10 JOINT RESOLUTION expressive of the thanksof Lone Star!' retires down stairs to treat the his possession. .5.'

.and in Cuba one of the West India Islands, andI inches in height. The owner will please come Congress to Major General Winfield Scott whole bar-room. 4rbf"S: ;
beyond the jurisdiction, of this Court, Therefore, forward, pay costs, and take him away.J. and the troops under his command for their, The other Major was picked up in a state of "Do you believe in ghosts,Mrs. Partingtoh I 9
A. BARBEE Jailor D. C. insensibility with a couple of broken ribs was asked of the old lady;somewhat timidly."To i1P'r s
On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,!Solicitor: for distinguished gallantry and good conduct in and
aid Complainant. Jacksonville, March 18th, 1848. tf carried to bed, when the doctor,was summonedto be sure I do," replied she, "as much as 1 :
I It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- the campaign of eighteen hundred and forty- attend him, and friends crowded around his lieve that fulminary there will rise in the y t ic

j&ud and others be required to appear and an- Executor's Notice. seven.Resolved unanimously by the 4&nate and House couch with brandy, camphorated spirits, hot to.inorrowmorning, if we live and nothing
iwer said Bill Complaint within six months, ALL Creditors, Legatees and persons the' United vinegar and other restoratives. After sometime pens. Two apprehensions have sartinly 1
TO of States
of Representatives Amen.
or the same will be taken as onfessed against entitled to distribution or having claims the sufferer was restored to consciousness, ed in our family. Why, I saw my dear Paul
in That the
ca Congress thanks of
him. against the Estate of Jacob Sumerlin, late of and raised himself up in his bed and started fortnight before he died, with my own ey

It further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, Columbia county, deceased-Notice is hereby Congress Winfield be Scott, and major they are hereby, presented to around with wild astonishment, unable to account jest as plain as 1 see you now, and thought ,I5&IS* it) ,
that letters testamentary on the Estateof general commanding in for the crowd about turned out arterwards to be a rosebush
ofthis Court be given, him.
duly certified by the Clerk pub-
lished in some printed within the the said deceased, were granted on the chief the army in Mexico) and through him to The doctor: feeling his pulse with one hand nightcap on it, I shall always think, to the- S 1'i:
newspaper the officers and of the
Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively 18th day January, 1848, by the Judge of Probate under men him for their regular uniform and volunteer and holding his watoh in the other, gently inquired of my desolation, that it was a forerunner se

for six months. for said county ef Columbia, State of Fla.., und corps conduct gallant- 'Well: Major how are you, now}' to me. 'Tother one came in the night:when.'
and that all claims and demands will be barred ry good conspicuously displayed at 'Well were asleep and qirried three
so's &
THOS. DOUGLAS Jitdge.I Fmjuat to be able to sit How away
[ Signed] up.
PETER B. DUMAS Clerk of said Court, at the end of two years, from the day of the siege and capture of the city of Vera Cruz do you find yourself replied the Major. dIes and a pint spirits that we kept in' !
and castle of San Juan de Ulloa
unless filed March twenty- house for embarcation. Believe:in' .44;
said letters Testamentary 'How does an gh
do hereby certify the above to be a true copy granting your side feel, Major? continuedthe
and entered of record and made to appear within that time, of which ninth, eighteen hundred and forty seven; and doctor. indeed! I guess I do., and he must be a
of an Order duly made
in the above, entitled on the sixteenth all persons concerned will take notice. All in the suceessive battles of Cerro Gordo, April 'Tolerably well mashed, I consider!' replied ful styptic as doesn't," and she piously
cause claims and demands against the said estate can eighteenth ; Contreras, San Antonio, and Chu- the major. to the part of the Book relating to the witch
of A.D. 1847.
&T ,
Agust. P. B. DUMAS be rendered to Thomas D. Dexter, at the Lower rubusco, August nineteenth and twentieth; 'And ,how's your head, Major?' inquired the Endor..-J0tfon Post. S
and for the victories achieved in front of the
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. Mineral Springs, in said county. doctor.
THOMAS D. DEXTER, city of Mexico, September eighth, eleventh, .'Aches like blue blazes!l' said the Major Punctuation.:-The want of comma' in'a.

..-Aug.27. JOHN A. SUMERLIN twelfth, and thirteenth, and the capture of the his hand to his bruised brow. 'But what's,pressing tence often so confuses'the reading, that it S

In Circuit Court ROBERT W. BROOKS.Executors metropolis, September fourteenth, eighteen it all about? How did I come in this fix?' impossible to ,make out what is meant! by.
of the said Estate. hundred and forty seven, in which the Mexican 'Don't you recollect the events that have recently wither.. We.give the following as an P ,
COUNTY DUVAL: IK CHASCERY.toiy Alligator, February 5th, 1848. 2m troops, greatly superior of in numbers, and with transpired?' said the doctor; 'don't you "*Every lady in .he landHas'
OF advantage position were in '
every con
every '
recollect having a fight? twenty nails on each hand, 11"J
Moore, ) NOTICE. flict, signally defeated by the American arms. Well,' replied the Major vaguely, 'pears to Five and twenty on hands ana feet -
is. \ Bill for Divorce. SEC. 2. Resolved That the
President the
ORDER of the Court Probate of Nassau of
BY mel do remember some sort of a skirmmage.! This is true without deceit:
BRIT Moore. ) will be sold at the plantationof United States be, and he is hereby requestedto
county, 'Don't recollect that terrible fall bad
y you The above appears rather puzzling but by .
TT haring been made satisfactorily to appear of John W. DuBose on Thursdaythe cause to be struck a gold medal with devices ,
the estate from the
1 second-story balcony? cing comma. after the words nails ,
by affidaiit that Henry Moore, the defendant the two emblematical of the, series of brilliant victories Jive
second of May next following '
day 'Well, now I think of.it, replied the.Mjorendeavoring feet and omitting it after hand vthe u
resides ,
entitled ,
named in'the above cause, about 27 old and her dAugh.ter achieved by the army, and presented to Major
negroesAft"y years to collect his scattered 'I
lenses will at be 1ntelli1ble.'S
kejond the of this Court, out of rhyme once ;; .
jurisdiction General Winfield Scott of the
asa testimony
DId. 1.
Ann ten ..,.
remember did have -
; this Mary years I a. fight and that some body ; \
State and in the State of New York therefore entertained
, C.. W. DDBOSE high sense by Congress of his valor
thrown the but J it
was over gallery thought school
the sent to
following was a
,on motion of Yale Esq.' Solicitor skill and conduct in the
Gregory M. K. DUBOSE, judicious memora that Texas ? rgW
was Major. town 'Miss-r
to said complainant Administrators. ble campaign of eighteen hundred and forty- in a neighboring \ --,can you :'
bur He&rietta (leorgian&to
It w Ordered Tha.t'the said defendant appear seven. low come and
.&D c! answer the bill of complaint of said corn.U.Il March 4th, 1848. SEC. 3. Resolved, That the President of the CHLOROFORM.The Claudius Alfred, whilst our Louisa Ann goes-

t within four months, or the same will NOTICE.IS United States be requested to cause the fore- Baltimore American says:-The newspapers dancinEachoolP: _- ..
taken as confessed against him. hereby given to all persons concerned in going resolutions to be communicated to Major abound with paragraphs announcing Pennsylvania" 'Whig Coment. ml-:':" This 1'-tb S 3t

Ad it father Ordered, That a copy of this the Estate of Zephaniah Kingsley, deceased, General Scott in such terms as he may deem unfortunate results from the use,or abuse of adjourned at: Harrisburg on Wednesday

JWer,duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, as heirs, legatees;devisees and creditors, that best'calculated to give effect to the :objects Chloroform.' ':The extraordinary! power'of this An electoral ticket wasalsofonncd,'.butno: t i:

jepubli&ed e :: in some newspaper,printed within the undersigned Executors of said Estate, will thereof. new agent is better known, than any other: quality didate fort the Presidency was ; .- it
Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week con- at the next term of the Court of Probate, for APPROVED March 9, 1848. that belongs it r and until its,applicationis resolution was voted down in faTorofGen.Sc t

, Iectltiyelj J for four months. the County of Duval, to be holden at Jackson regulated! by'further.' ,knowledge, too' pinch for the Presidency,'md one iz favor:ofthl ;:! 1 '
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. vIle DD_ the first Monday of April next present Caprice of Fortune.-It is not surprising'that caution cannot be observed in respect to its use. A.Stewart for Vice President was laid npon tL'1If
L.I,Os1a HART, Clerk of said Court, do here- their accounts with said Estate, and the some complain of their, lack of money when the The-powerfol action.Df chloroform upon the -table. "The gre test' onf'uaiOl1'pr fail d j
the above to be a correct copy of an thereof. enormous sum of six hundred millions-of dollars take without
,11r4rtzfy Touchers for a settlement nervous system cannot place a corresponding the resolutions were offered. A State. :
e aM entered of record ia the above K. B. GmBS' are concentrated in the hands of fiveper-; reaction. :Nature is not to be cheat .Committee was appointed,aad a serieg df ft -

r tItled ca uae in said Court on the tenth day of B. A. PUTN1M1! sons. .These favored children'of fortune,'are ed. And when such great differences.existas lutions, adopted, of, which ,the,following; is ,
tZYA.D, 1848. Executors] the Baron Rothschild,,the'King of(he French. to the nervous' tionsofdi1f'p epitome .. f--S ,

, (L.8. lit WITNESS Waucur., I hereunto set Jacksonville Feb. 12,1848, Sins the Duke of Devonshire, Sir I Robert: Peel,"ana it 'may:very naturally,'',follow that,to some constitutions ; 1st. -TbM' theWhigs ;ef'P 1 ';'1 :
j: ] oy hand and affix the seal of said v John Jacob-Astor. Within a few years' it ii chlo1'9forDDf'l,be fatal while others, cherish their old principles,asd forthoake "

. 7 Court OSCAR HART, Clerk.ebrary NOTICE., very probable ,that none of them will bo in existence will react'without danger. :All such! considerations the Union hope they maj'be:rs-? $ tit"

19, 1848.. 4m MONTHS after date;I.ha11 present my ,' and 'these 'vast', accumulations,',will however tend to illustrate the importance 2d. That they are .in'favor. 'Of i&8 tariff
-L I SIX and,vouchers as Executrix of the again be scattered-N. y fvin of prudence and,'caution':'in the use of this art!: : 1842.: > S,

NOTICE.A. Estate of Henry Barnard, Jr., late of Duval The\Bostpn-Medical,. ; I aj4iirgi1, Journal 3d. That the candidate .be'chose -
ILL"- -
.Persons are hereby 'notified,"that the. county;deceased ,to the Hon. Judge of Probate An estate of twenty.millions 'at least, comes says'j : > National Convention for: the Presidency mu 1

S .. .ndenigned' hai been appointed Admin-. of said; Bounty; for,a.final;settlement of.:said to.,Mrs. Gaines ,by,the,recentTdecisiou of>the "To guard against the. abuse* of the:new,remedial S be a true and. ardent Whig,.and that! this;

I, I-jy upon the estate of John C. Smith, del Estate and-shill, at the same time,'apply.for .United States Supreme Court v It lies In nine [agent' is'of .very,great: importance, ,noterelyt ventionj,for the":people Vot': the Dii10I1W .tI

e. Itte Columbia County, Florida, and Letters of Dismission ,as:such Executrix,' of different States,and its absolute value, without ;: :pre ntits. perversion: to ..injuriousand win pledge bun their undivided:supoorf.-, S
interested in Wd'Est&teJ are ,reference to mesne profits for 35 years 'was estimated dembralizing'purposes .but"th its,utility and
treole u4e to the estate of said deceased' which all persons After a good deal of contusion Jthe ding
take.notice. ::" ; three-years ago at thirty three millions. be rmanIntlestablisbed bratlonaIftn4enlightInedexpIrieiII
. Ueat to make immediate' paymentholding desired to j&HENRIETTA. may of several reaolutionvjrWchjsere
1 And (UI claims against said estate BARNARD,=,Executrix.rf Making,allowance for liberal compromises,Mrs.G ..Much Jyetto'j.belearned ,/ down-the convention, adjourned sine die. :r I
it is said will not ;
: realize
11'1 1848.J 6m : than twenty as to theodesfitsprepara1ons apmu1'Iti r
i; t -present them duly established- this no- Jacksonville.; .. dZ ?i1lion&:1 Gen. Downs USenItorfoi'Lotil.: : ii.";scP'that' i : may be of,,uniform "I':su1:5.! : :.--- rThS't ._.... ;
time '
'!t lice illthe prescribed by law, or IBr .pNN) ) : siana.whowas pn8.ofthdefendants: t&i? bill strengthywnichis; kn )1ninott to be[the case .5 Why.is ft critical period lik ;yos1ewe

PLIZBETII pleaded in SMITH bar. Administratrix.U : or'KVKRYExecuted.DelcairTlO!. filed by Mrs. G, concedes that the recent.decision i with that procured from 'different'venders,'and .: Ing? Answer by the real genuine.John.",". S',.1. .',

'It rc 1848. 2m Welt7 ;at OiU Office- -, settles her claims conclusively. benlithe'variation in the results reported jo' lBecanseitiaaCrysi. $. :* .5

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(', -'-' Democratic State. Convention.At 1p rt ; t it.IV Kirkland; he'foflowing'aCommittiz.couforrnIt.to : l1 1ii i J t1 'ij; ,:

'- NEws.:7JACONVILL1 : :Nassau t' ? 'f the'above resolu.. ., ff7 rfThattfievention lf
offh.e Dct I'* '
: 4'
tfIt I a Convention On moriontheConve ntkin adjourned until to tions T, 4q f :! ctue'l iJ 1'risid rJr'tIab ,
b ocratic party ofFlo and held at.Madison '''-EiiflLtiiCO3I3tiTTEF. and
APRIL: otthCI" morrow, nine,0 cloc ,COUti13tzftnflerIiIhith fovedtadeUb
r.' ,. i, ms ; C. IL on iMarclLlB4gff fCESDAY fr ,, 9" tlotk", t.:Jlr.TJietiOmntio 'J"P..Duy-4.l. t .B F.. WHITHER, rattonL'm ;

Mr. JOHN:i C. Madison, Was \ .rtY1' 4 4WmbiELDJh.A.. E. MAXWELL ; }!! l 9rJ jDeif&j "

pt''I'\ called to the Chair, and'M., D. PAPY: of Leon, metpursuanV to adjournment HUGH 'ARCHER, W.BARTI.Er: ; resolution !Ua4QptetI1j, --. ",' h,
the minutes were
when '
appointed as Secretary. I ". S.: &.,,S'BLET" Res lf d. h :: 'j ;
and approved. _, <- '- -- '- "
On motion of Mr. Milton ofJztcksonaCom. : :" : .
t" Mr. Mitchell of Jackson from the committeeon DISTK1CT COMMITTtffcS. be.published in all the Di' Iprints'
mittee of one from each county represented was T. K ot-thiS State *-> .;
,South-A. CLARKE, ** ,* _
apportionment,rroadeHhefollowing Report, tDY1 ,. Jf".l
nominate officers to ,
appointed to preside over '. f
the deliberations of the Convention.. which was received and.concurred in:,. I 8..._R. ,MALLORT. '. 'On motiotf' of Mr."BaBgbeyr 1 :. ,

ft.. :. : On motion the Convention took a recess till The'Committee'appointed reference e to the "Eastern-Gen. C. BYRNE, Cot J. BROWARD,: TheCorivention'adjOQrnedjw; : jfJ :.,_, ".
IO t4vejfrom 'i' '' it i' ra')&\C. P. '* ":OV .. ''' H. DUPONJAMES.G. ?
L' DEMOCRATIC NOlUIN. 3o, >clock.P, ISL 14t j ; ratioi of'voting/reportthat'they COOPER : ; ; ...tit

1I best informatiofljflvtbeir possession, ascertained : Weste1n-B..F4DENNARD .J.J., Pwni COOPER,. :, .: .<. 'I..IiI' .,
-, : : ,
-- -- s-1& i :JASIKS S.'BELL" .
-- --- li aspossibU,7the'highet.Democraticvote ; i < C. ,, : i
It FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: .3---.. : iA:,1ODWAaD; ; .. .
I "* given by Ihe several Counties representedin B..J. J. MlTCHELLL, .
.. The Convention met. of fFranklin the! "i'G '
Mr.' tfQ55 offered Thlloi .. ..
> BAILEY and to said resolution -, W ; '' 1
GEN.VILLIA1. Convention pursuant I .
> I.
Mr. Milton, from the Committ appointed to resolutions ',which- ;
V, report 1ha 'they willseverally be entitled to tKe ing were adopted : JOt.PO1tTER', t' ';.' ''- i
select officers reported the following b
For .President, CHARLES H. DUPONT of folloiin.yote.Escambiar4; Benton,3 q'Nas- Resolved.Thtt'this convention now proceed"by : r." 'JOSEPH McCANTg I resideAuiitar f '
!t FOR CONGRESS: 1-a- -* f
Gadsden.. sau, 4; Leon, 8; Franklin, 4 ; Duval 7 ; Madison ., .counties to nomnatera"candiddto'for Governor -: Locis ; '.,' IJ., 'JU., ,.

r> : WILLIAM P. DUVAL.FOR Vice Presidents. JAMES G. COOPER, Nassau, ; 6; St: Johns, Alachua, 6 ; Columbia, 8; ; and whe.n.each county is't called on for its. ROBERT BROWN, ,v%" ,I J.'": h'' .,. .

3 .a JAMES". BELL of ,Hamilton;. B. J. J. MITCHELL Hamilton ; Jefferson; 7jVakulla, 3,;. Gadsrden vote, the delegate. chosen, for that,purpose,shall. ',. S. B. RICHARDSON., '%J"J"'t q ...", l.q..,.! .

.. ': PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS J of J cKs.on. GEO. WHITFIELD, of Leon'; JOEL ,,7,; Jackson, 6;,lade, 2; Monroe:4': ; ,Cal- rise in 'his seat, and name'tthe 'candidate for: ', ': C. .T.>,JENKINS, < 'I.' ''fIr j I" '
his'county votes r : :'O' }, ,
.s "
.8 Sr"Lv-- '
houu 4., whom 1
Calhoun JOSEPH MCCANTS-of.Jefferson I I ; .t. 0 "
GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Jo ns. PORTER LEWIS ALDRICH; of Alachua: ; ROBERT 'Mr.,Whitner, of Leon,submitted' the following Resolved'fiirther,,kThatrtwo' 'thirds :of' the' ,\v..,\& LETI'.. I -

CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden. BROWN;, of Columbia; SAMUEL, .,RICHARDSON, report,, whicli was received, each resolution votes Of .he, convention shall'be required ito li" A. Ro nN o ; .t&crearma.', +> .&

'.: ofSenton. read separately, and unanimously adopted: confirm each nomination.The ALEX.McDoNALJ; J, i> WSir.
of Wakulla C. T.JENKINS ;
.,.- JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. For Secretaries;. SAMUEL, S. SiBLEY,of Leon ; The committee,, to whom.were .,referredthe. roll of counties was then'called-when -.--" :

.o .' W. BARTLETT, of Leon;' F/ A. ROBINSON, of second the resolutions, defining subjects proper Escambia, through;Mr. J,-A.'Baughcy, nominated ":\ 'I [ vMMuzacaru.J / .

.....:, DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.The Jackson ;. ALEXANDER MCDONALD, of Madison. ,.for the action of the Convention, beg leaveto 'Gen. 'William 'Bailey ; and Columbia, Editor:.The''last nnmbcz fth r-dw
I the following! resolutions as. through G. E. McClellan nominated J.C. McGehee. *"" ,
h Which was received and concurredin. report ,. proper *'-?*V' 'T -** i.
... Democratic State Convention which assembled report contains siosiArgc :
ly expressing the, principles upon which the V" ,'-* against_Mr.Qi&ttt

f"'r, at Madison on the 20th March, closed Mr J A Baughey offered the following : lrnocraticparty of Florida",are ,preparedt.oI Mr.McGeheel who' was present, after stating It':charges hun with"making aa letift afi

I' its labors on the evening of the succeeding day, Resolved, That a Committee of one from each stand I l in :the:approaching election: President the motives which influenced him,. .respectfully erflle'fIU1'epresentatInand wjt.' .,

1.'t .. after a session which exhibited the most.remarkable county represented .in.I I this Convention be appointed and. Vice President of the United States: declined a nomination. fa1e16d 'kiiowing*/<> e sch-oa i :
,T the of examining the credentials 1. Resolved That'wo firmly adhere to the The counties then proceeded to vote, and the iWwa :

*, I.f good feeling and unanimity. In opposition I ,for of delegates purpose, and also to report what principles heretofore avowed by,the Democratic. result was follows: '. :. "I. f delusion thronghouUhe whole Of Floral <

'.* *.I to the gentlemen nominated for the offices i shall be considered as legal proxies.. party, and upon their,basis, will cordially unitein 'For WILLIAM BAILEY, -: 87, :\0 publicought! not to.'give .full i(credencetolhis -.
I'.. of Governor and Representative the names I Which resolution was adopted and the Committee all proper means to secure harmony and Blank, 1 : ., 8Gen. charge without.waiting to ieirl&::&
of action from ofthe .
of two or three individuals wer offered, but the appointed accordmgly.Mr. every quarter .BAILEY,having received more'than two- defence. The Boston Atlas. *"* *
Union in their, support but we also distinctly .W
( Fairbanks after announcing the deceaseof ; thirds of the vote of the Convention was declared -
actual vote taken will show that Gcn.'WM. BAI- have' been heard ,
that there constitutional and
avow are rights ; us
.no"Jet hear.Mr.Ca1ieL
CoL SAMPSON II. BUTLER in a few appropriate to be the Democratic candidate for Gov
"' ,' LEY, and Ex-Gov. WM. P. DuVAL were' nearly remarks, offered the following resolutions, interests' vital to the South, which;we hold to ernor. If he has ,bi1guilty: offend i i 1a1s
10.i.. ... the unanimous choice. Against ,the J candidatesfor which were seconded by Col.Whitner-, and unanimously be 2.above Resolved,all party; That tics the or,considerations.institution of slavery i On motion of Mr. Hodson, knowing.it to be;such," :to. *dec ir*lila' &:

Presidential electors not a dissenting voice adopted: ResohedtThat a committee of three be lie:
beforethe ;will undoubtedly receiT iwrw 41
'a. existed confederacy of the'States is ii
Resolved, That this body has heard, with the pointed to inform Gen. BAILEY of his nomina
was given, and the delegates for the Baltimore utmost regret, of the recent decease of Col. recognized by the Constitution of the United tion. the execration of.all parties. :But Itai .hoe.

conTention are culled from the talent of the' SAMPSON H BUTLER, a delegate elect to this States, and is left under the control of the several I And the President appointed Thos. J. Hod- he is slandered by the Atlas andMr'Wiiihe P

i : Ii State. Convention from the county of Madison; and States, each acting in its separate sovereign son, Jos. S May, and Wm. A Forward, said com ought' to ,vindicate himselffm'.j,

.: that the State has lost one of its most capacity. mittee.
Our candidates arc now in the field, and the thereby 3. That all held which involves his veracity will .
: territory a
distinguished citizens, and this Convention and Resolved, now by The Convention proceeded to the nomination man as u

I." remarkable unanimity with which they were the Democratic party ono of its ablest mem- the-United States, and all which ,may be acquired .of candidate tot Representative''in Con- his political integrity.

.(' ; chosen augurs well for the harmony and successof by conquest,.treaty, or,,purchase, must be gress. If he lies down under this charge and ,,
,.. Imtj_
bers.Resolved held their and the
as joint r.
property sovereigu
,10. the Democratic party during the approaching That we tender to the family of the authority must vest in the people, of the several On calling over the counties the following our State, as well as himself, to"bear the ata*
late CoL BUTLER. our most profound sympathyfor gentlemen were placed in nomination I
convass. Of the movements of the Whigs, well States, and in them alone. : honor, he cannot in future be supported,:'
of our
the loss one so worthy
',\ S we are entirely unadvised, but as the Tallahas- respect and that in, testimony thercot, the 4. Resolved, .That by the Constitution of the By Escambia : WM. P DuVAL. the :4.- 'WHIG&
; By Benton JOHN BE.IRD. .
S..' the last session of the Legislature United States, Congress is only empowered to ..of
flee Whigs, during members of this Convention are requested to Duval
WJ .
.a II
I its enact laws needful for the preservation and disposal LATEST FROM FRANCE. ,:
of '
SI.p. decided that there should be no Whig wear the usual badge mourning during ,
of such domain. Major Beard being his kWe
territory as public present, expressed
..5.. State Convention, we apprehend that either session.Resolved That these resolutions be signedby 5. Resolved, That territorial governments are thanks for the nomination, and explained his 3.1\'ait.with. anxiety the next inteHi" W. "''

Judge CARMACK or Mr. THOMAS BROWN, will the officers, of this Convention, and commun- not; known to the Constitution, are municipal or reasons for respectfully declining.A of the revolution in France. By the ,lastly.

4. present themselves for the office of Governor, icated to the family of the deceased.Mr. corporate, and can rightfully claim or exerciseno [ friend of Mr. Brockenbrough also stated, counts a provisional government had1'beet
political or higher than is derived that he was authorized by that gentleman in
", and that Mr. CABELL will "run on his own Baughey, from the committee on creden- power a formed, as follows: :
;. I from the organic law Congress by which theyare recent conversation, to say that he could, underno ..
tfts: made the following report: M.
hook" for Representative. Whatever may be The Commttee: having examined the credentials formed. circumstances, accept the nomination.j LAMARTLXE :
Florida harmonious ( Resolved That the Constitution The vote was as follows: ;:
the case, if the Democracy of are of the Delegates from the several counties, > confers no ARAGO the Astronomer

I and are actuated by proper energy,we report as follows : right upon Congress to prohibit the existenceof For W)[. P D Y.u., -' 64 ltOa, ( ) ..
I, slavery in territory and therefore Con- DHMAYs "
I. defeat. From Escambia County-J A Baughey, Dillon any 18 GARNIER
chance of PAGES
can see no possible '
can no such right to the inhabitants WM. BROCKENBBOUGH "it
gress convey
Jordan John McA.listerV Davidson Geo.Matthews. 7 i
31AEIE. ,
'.' We call attention to the resolutions on slave of such territory ; and that stipulationby .;_
any WM. P DU\'AL. having received over two- This Government has issued
which formed an absorbing subject for the From C T Jenkins E J J M treaty to that effect, is'equally a violationot' a: procLanm'jt,
ry, Beiittm- Knight, the of the Constitution. thirds of the votes, was declared: to be the nominee enjoining on the people to preserve order.biit, .
SI. convention, and which were thoroughly discussed Hayman. I of the Convention. not to quij their revolutionary attitude.':thjl)10PSe

by the first talent in the State. It will be Leon-George Whitfield, Croom, F Chaires, 7. Resolved, That our Delegates to the Demo- i On motion of Mr. Baughey, ,a committee of ,>
this electors and T J Hodson, S S Sibley, J P Duval, P B Bro- cratic.Convention proposed to be held in Baltimore three was appointed to inform Mr.DuVAL'of his 1 he unity of the Nation ; \

perceived that upon point our kaw, F A Southall, B Bird, J, L, Vickers, J II on the fourth Monday in May next, to i nomination.The and j
delegates to the Baltimore Convention are minutely Branch B F Whitner W Bartlett M D nominate candidates for the offices of Presidentand Liberty equality; _,? 'f
Papy, President appointed J A Baughey, The government ot the Nation ly,itsdt .
J instructed, and no possible latitude is T Brevard, J gflroome.Faizkliiilt Vice President of the United States, are John S Broome, and C T Jenkins, said com. The Provisional Go'veruuicnt hasdetlarei tift,7'
J Moses Joseph S Robert hereby instructed to support no persons for "
May mittee.
the following
; to given them whereby they may compromise : .: ;*
these offices who will sanction
J Floyd, P W Cullen, L Vf Spratt, William Fos any attempt to Convention then proceeded to choose
,, No is declaredin candidates M. M. Dupont, (de L'Eure) President of tie
South. with
) rights of the preference ter. Richard Parker, Jas. S Barber. interfere or control the equal right of the for three electors President and Vice Council. '

favor of any candidate for the Presidency: Calhllm-Joellarkcr. citizens of each and every'Statewith, their slavesor President.On )L DeLamartine7 Miwster'Forrign Affairi.M. ..

and although public feeling seemed generally Jackson- John Milton, B J Mitchell, Francis any other which property', to remove to and occupy motion James E Broome, it was Arag,,'Mi isterof3lzIrine'u. '
territory now belongs to the United
to unite LEVI WOODKURY or GEORGE \.. Robinson, Joseph Irwin. Resolved, That nominations be made by Judicial ) Cl'cwituxlf1 ister'ofJu.im.iee.. ..:. .' "
". upon Gadsde-V 11 Dupont, It E Gibson. States, or may hereafter be acquired: by them, Districts, the South voting with the Ucu. etlea\/]MinisterorWar.I, .
it deemed prudent not to whether such interference or restrictionsur.cimposed .
yet Madison-S II Butler, R II Shaffer, Wm. C M. Marie Minister of Public'Work's.M. ,

.,'.. pander to any more letters of promises from. Golf, J Hinton, Wm. M Thomas, J B Coffee, A by Congress,' directly, through its own East.The Western Judicial District. nominated Lcdru,Rolliu, Miuister' of Interior. *

-, ambitious northern statesmen, but that our delegates Brantley. L M Moseley, L Farrell, D H Mays, B acts conceded, or mediately'the th inhabitants ugh'powe 's conferred, on, John Milton. of Jackson. M. Betauiout, Minister of Co rill ierce. .:
.. .' should select that candidate who has Lanier, D Gronto, M W McLeary, James R Law, .or to of such terri' The Middle Judicial District nominated Chas. i M. Caruut, AtiuistCr of Public Insiructions.-:

,. ,, T Livingston,T M Anderson.B Sheffield, C Martin tory.b. Dupont. r M. tioulchauxJiuister or.Einanc ., ,
Resolved That those laws
never under any circumstances evinced a disposition F L B Davis A J Lanier B Osteen of the several The Eastern and Southern '
'. .! ,. Hagan, States which and Judicial Districts ,M., (iarnienl'agts: \l;,tjor of Pari* '
: to violate the constitutional rights L Berry, A J ''Charles George Mcintyre, J J the of to aide slaves actually prevent : nominated Geo. R Fairbanks. r, I Gen. CbvuignaCj: Goterner Algriers.. }

'if' .. of the South. Boyce, J C McGehec, R G Mays, B Edwards, J owners their fugitive in pursuing On motion, it was : '6 ez. De'Courtals, Commandant oratio 1
and i
h. C Pillans B F WardlawJohn: Pope,Isaac Bun recovering propetty escaping into Rcsoiied, That'the vote on the above nominations Guards. .
'.' Our candidates are before the people, and such States, are not only'Yiolations of the comity .
I1 f G Williams J Coleman. N P Willard David be taken acclamation. "
ting by' The
if which should be observed between J issue'appears to ,have been,.I that it
iI'. '. their abilities and qualifications arc now being Pridgen Vans Randall, E G Mays, J S I independent The nominations were then submitted to the' 'severe struggle with the troops, he'pCQplt''
oj' States but are palpable vioLxtions also ;
j'...", .'... discussed from Pensacola Key W e t. But Brooine, D G Livingston, N McDonald. the Constitution, of the United States and of the of Convention, and unanimously agreed to. ceedetl iu obtaining possession"of ,ihe.'Fhi.
which Columfria-A 11 Cole, Robert Brown, J J On motion of James E Broome it was Royal and the ['alacofthe' TuiUeri :
if the enthusiasm and harmony prevailed I laws of made in thereof. ,
';ft. .' Jones; A B Noyes G McClellan-, Burns, J Carter Congress pursuance Hesolvfd, That we now proceed to the election Philippe and his family had fled,and beo 'lei
in the convention be taken test and 9. Resolved That we appeal to the Democratic
Jf ', '. $ J'J Knight, J S Burnett, B Robertson, i in these of eleven Delegates to the Baltimore Convention ving he signed abdication,which In said to:
States to
..- the election of 18-15 is a proof of what the concentrated W Francis, W M ives.AlacaiaLcwis party such laws use every eertiontohave : three for the State at large and two in the following words: "The crown vbJdi

k'tJ. efforts of the Democracy of this State Aldrich, J G Dell.. J J San all their repealed and or abrogated, for each Judicial District. 1 receivedfrom, the1'venchNati6n,1 abdicaUtoj '

."," chez, G M Galpin, T J Prcvatt.Dnval through legislative judicial departments ,The Convention then proceeded to ballot for the FreuuU Nation, in,the name uf graaksou ;-,
can effect, we can see no obstacle to a glorious as the only m ans of preventing arc- my
''< '" -Charles P Cooper, A C Gillett. Delegates, when the following were chosen: '' :
i I., victory on our part. BAILEY and DUV.\L are sort to retaliatory measures, which, must ulti- '
St. Sohns \f Forward G R Fairbanks R
I".100 the To represent the State at large: The, following is, still later intc11igence'i '--
destroy harmony awl unionof
!'--,. -.' the unanimous choice ofthe Democrats of Florida B Ciinova. mately peace, '"Londou'l"clegl'aph '9ffic 2 o'clock 24th:' 'ultrj
these United States. R J MOSKS. of West Florida.. i.
:I ,', t: in Convention assembled. Their Whig Nassau-It Kirkland, James G Cooper. ) We'ruLve.just received a Telegraphic despatcL
opponents That Ii O'B j
Resolved BRANCH
., Monioe "James T Archer. 10. while we lament .to see V of Middle Florida.A .
f: when will not be the members of the Democratic 'the II COLE | which.confirms the,appointment or the Provfe
a i ,!. they appear, candidates The Committee also recommended that on all : any party in ) of East Florida. siolual Government. Communicutions
of the people but only of a few political North or West forgetful of the land-marks of For the District: are.s\w"*''
: :1 questions the Convention vote by counties, each I with the interior" ,
stopped .. .,
4 1 partizans. Let the people judge who will best county giving such number of votes as shall be that the Constitution it is particularly, yet in we that do party rejoice me in find the fact, W\\'II., WYN'iE K AI. ,. }}I of West,Fl orlw...1 ,Odillon.Biirrot",,proposed before .the f' Provisiional

determined by the, Convention and until such sup that.
attend to their interests and who best merit and J MchHEF Government a regency 5ho Ict'b'ford *;
and C '
sympathy our rights
determination is made that such vote port any just .. : '
I county > Middle Florida.. under the,Duchess of Orleaniuntil'theCuntd.i1 ,
their votes. viens on the exciting subject of thefongoin resolutions. .r 'J\ S
to the House
I : .. occording representation h u dat -mjop I';1
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of Representatives of the General Assembly. I of South Florida.Mr. it was Rejected. u
I I. ')1 .
A CHEAP LuxuRY.Considerable excitementwas Which report was received und adopted. 11. Resolved, That Secretaries s of the Con- -.1. JENKINS, J ,

produced among the good peOple' of this Mr.:B F Whitner offered the following resolutions vention do furnish a copy of the foregoing resolutions JESSE CARTEL } or East.'Fl rida., LATER FROM b.
: to each of our Delegates appointed to JAMES G DELL ME
town, by the arrival on Monday last of a cargo. .
'ReslJlved That each county here representedshall the proposed National Democratic Convention, .James E Broome offered the following resolution SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES.From
ofice,consigned to our be entitled to one vote, ,'at d for every fifty' for'their guidance and direction.All which was adopted: extras. of the' Picayune, and Vera C

This is the first attempt which had ever beetf' .Democratic votcsor, fractions rbovc fifty, an.additional of which respectfully submitted. Resolved, That'the'fruits, of the great political Deltas received by Saturday night's mails

made in this place to'provide that which in this .vote. ', BEXJ. F. )VHITNEU, Chairman.Mr. rh mphof1S4,4, w ich'_elevated the,present learn that tllte advices have been reteuct,

climate of long,summers, may be considered an 'Resolved, That the subject be :referred to a Whitner, from the same Committee also chiermarri tratert Presidency, have fulfill- from excl' : steamship Massachusetts.
Committee of five to and' the the Union in ,and the from.Vera, CruxV 'Thet
the [ the of
apportion ( democracy
report submitted! a further report which was received & hopes Danver
article of necessity and from.the low,price at ,
scale of voting upon the 'above principle;' ana resolutions read separately, and adopted, as del eating the.declared purposes of .their opponents Danvers bring ]tet'deS'her advices being --
which the article is offered (two cents per pound) that the Bank in to ;. "Thernegotiations .
highest Democratic vote given in each follows :' to re\te"a\ huge National ; preventing I, er

we arc confident that Mr. ALSO.will meet with County since our becoming a State., be taken as ,The Committee on the fifth of the resolutions the unconstitutional.distribution,. of the. ofl.te'lexle cmIlOe 1rU&

a sale for the article which will warrant him,in the basis. defining subjects proper for the action of the l land'proceeds, from the common treasury.ofthq .those appointed Ge. ute bava' te

his'experiment. It be and \Yhicikwere adopted. Convention, beg leave to report the following !Union": fors; ;local purposes; in_. protecting'thecurrency ted in 'an armistice ( '
can easily, packed, *
'And the following gentlemen were appointed; resolutions :- and labor of' the country.,from ruinous wit rcjresentedtien..Biitler'in: the negotia-,.

forwarded to any place, and we are authorized saul: Committeervlz; B J J Mitchell,J P Duval.. 1. Resolved,. That a central Committee 'of fluctuations, and, guarding thcmbney- of the : $.

". \ to Announce to our readers upon the:river and G 11 Fairbanks; G E McClelLon, J Calcman. Correspondence, cousisting' seven, be appointed people,:for thu use,of,tthe people,.by the establishment The orderslf.Geri. Butlcx 'promnJgatiny ti r

- ,.,1:1 the interior that'any orders, from any distance Mr. B F Whitner offered the following: by the. President ot' this C Convention ofthc CunstllutlOuallrC&lsury ; 111 the :Convention, are published i thej; nretoolongtoinert.

", will.be promptly fulfilled. Resohed.: That the following subjects are pro whose duty it shall bo to communicate informa.tion noble impulse'given to the cause of Free Trade, !Thai provisional suspension of',h.titie8"amo .

; !' per for the consideration of this Convention to the, district and county committees by the repeal of th'e' lonop
ii -' FIRST-To appoint Delegates the.National throughout the State. t> *: ., j and the creation or: hell equal, honest andproductivuTuriff ,.!* provided foinieTcnteeISrj

'"1y' LIEUT. W. W. SCOTT.-By letters from this Democratic ,Convention',to' meet 'in "Baltimore. ,2. ,j-t'solved,I That,a,committee of:three, bo in of'18 6 f and'through,,the.vctoolthO -* tides agreed on' betwjeeaJtbeand.appr ( 'commissiOfler ?

gentleman, who has been engaged for some time onthe'fourth, :Monday in May.next. like manner appointed in each Judicial Circuit,- J I: }idt'firthlzecuted1. : against ar v d bv G u JUutler OD Ue 5kIt $!
SECOND- -To define the principles upon which whose,duty jt shallbc to procure information enormous pressure .of> interests, }n cn.cldug.the? the City'of McXC. '' .
past in recruiting for Capt. LIVl GSTO 'S)company the action of such Convention be ', .The' ariiple i as follows. : :',
j4 will' supported, for the several counties, and to correspond'with tendency(ofrCongress.to .enter upon a ;lavish concluding : :

,we learn that he has succeeded in filling up by the Democracy of' Florid&. the central committee, i '**! ','" ..j system.: of"unconstitutional: Internal, t Improvements ':Aarl'1.1: Thicom ..U1.expl1'e'erm :

that company to the full complement requ rcd.' THIRD-To make choice,of'persons- tobe:recommended 3. ResolvedfSShal.i -recommended to the :'land that in our. ..opinion,4t ''would be kfatal marked: for approbation' othtrt'

He was to embark, with his men'from, Cedar .to"the Dempcratic party for its support Democrats.,of,each tcountyr,who-have:iiiot done eior1, .weaken the: ,.bands. political! :orgaiiizatloif ; oCpeac sigiwd. in. the mtViof Guadalup Ht-

; at the.ensuing election', For'Govcrno'r'andRepresentative soitoorganize. commiUeesjOfivigilanc&in, each by,'which these,great,"reforms. have, dalg the'2d ultf and wlien.one< 01tmcting the eta

) Key for New Orleans on the lath March. in"Congress., \"' .sv' county, which:shall :,communicate: .freely ..with been' achlcved.'t$**. ,-r '<,>, ?: ? f ,., ,,-." .. :parties:shall have official notice of i*a

Fom nm-To provide:for the'cHoice.of suita. the district and>ceutral committees. ?.' t ,.". Mr.Baugheyloffered the following resolution; being' on,,he shaWnotitthesazne td the oi

'CAn. BOBT. '0. LIVINGSTON.-By a letter'received candidates, for three',Electors--ot. Si\Jent. j,: 4\Resolved, 'J.'hat ,theduty:promoting which WUBsadopedC. | i ,'izf erd that the 'places'within the'spac
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:II; I._ .; by'Gov. MOSELEY, the liIlf l1igcnc ',respecting : and. Viclif President.' of the'U.'St. tek ; 'oJ'' thorough.organization,of j the democratic party >-t &101red/lhattbe war in.which our countryis CO leagues may have"5. davs notice :.those:W .
k tor
FIFTU-TO t ake measures,.ehsure'entire hi 90 Iwgu7.days and thorn bey did this
.the,death of this-most,estimable of eaQhvcounty'.in this Statey-tt( *well;us ofarraiiging < now engaged, wasi forced;ttpoor.use.bjp:.the I I ,.. alj
; '
our barthony'a.iid cuertiactionuci. to awaken .fort1ecanyasfof each by.*our,caudi- .and.insults of Mexico, ,and, iaon,.our it'' 2Gday'J J r -.4 .
rI wrongs
: ,fellow' citizens, confirmed.' Wo.'understand the ( energies.' _of-th'e; Democratic. 'w party." .' of'. this. 'es"zJpVjGpyeiinarj: Congresspbe'andis .part,just, necessary,&& constitutional, and waged -, j TheExtra e ofthe.Delti ub&hediat. V t1 ,

5IL4 that this melancholy event took place from'the State .,yjn : :hereby. expressl&ejjjoined/jupou andrurequirectpf ibrjust and honorable ends..: ./.I J: ,-' Cruz I on the 11th inst, say*:* tt
% J .
:'Ii...,, accidental discharge of a"musket,'while'i1 Resolved, ,::That. a;Committee ofv one Delegate our Electors forKPresidentnandtVice 'President '1| Mr.1 Mitchell:offered' ,thoJfoUowing"1rhich. 'An-express.wiucU- arrived.hera On-.TUZ'

.4_: ; weak and i froni each county b'e appointed,t oi report upon to be chosen by:this,Convention. was.adopted' ..t. ,i--. *, -'.*.' 'r "*-". .'/-i-. ." day,brought copieai of an armistice,agreed op*

Ii,' handling prostrated byeontinueiIInes& thesubJ :inatterV. the second and fifth. ofhcgof. ,I,, : 5. :'.1 ..i".r1 Tha grief of his fellow citizc 1 /- to.i the foregoing l: "lutio 4 authorized act7tts'a\Hstrictvcommitteobr tfie .* ,thoinieasures:. ggCt-. :the po1i.. :efficct-ia. urprisej !wy bodxierjijbrthougavit
whom he was endeared'for;his many.noblcj;gen'" 1 TJ rlr sid fitIPMi i cd foll&4in cni.uittee :1 middle circuit;'to fill-vacancies\in its own'body? !'cyp'ursued.by:the President CJ tKe U*ited States >ihad:6eeu: .prcnoiwly.itatted.... one'believedjit. m

.an3 chivalric qualities follows! him to his: vlz'! ;;a'F'WJiUzrf; Lbn; J.A Bau g;: .:to net jintil another convention of the"democratic ; in relation to.:the)warjiexisting.; between':the ., i .;,, lfr t *; ., *g*
rous ,, Escambiti': dT Jenkins, r.Beo ; I., parisJieldjan&toI call such'fconte'ntionl,l :1Jnite4SasandM&ico.r ;r '--11 ;*' ., I No,,order'.Seclaring thearmisticf flti .
last resting. place;in a foreign., ,laud. ? V; S'ffixy"of Franklin YXC GaiettBi6omeofIadisbnlVA'Forwar' 11 Duyal;'' 'a: G.;Reolved{ X the.ccntral district duiinU- 1 ;,Mr.Forward offered the following: resolution; .here/has i ", .t'beenJusued, ....-... j>y.'O.. i1.. Tirig* n.ttJ.,.j

;; :, .shall have power.to fill vacancieroccurring whichtumsadopt d lto 'r' V 'J" i t !'! : f _".'-_....-z ,;, "J 1-t 'tJ

. DEATH o"F" Ii/"EDITOR, Th "c 1umns' of the ,fJiu s S'J6nes"Y'1tT t:1 tJJ.'A lurnbi::; 'Lewf8. Aldi1ii ,bythe'deathor; >resignation1:,of Hny drift of the. > f ResolvedftTbal the th t1kS !-tnis.Conventionar : LOffF.riPtance.Weiear, ? =
U1"h" ": .1I1mC BJlo'U fltdiDnie'lBird Governor ? ,* that.Prince: Lucien, Murat,.ot
in for .t \ candidates for. ;Congress and Electors I "tendere6XtolJie7Xrusteesof tha Methodist Gazette, ;
I Savannah Republican appear; mourning ,;' fJ tfeh tl. N'G Walk =' ofWaktlla,.jtJ :pf I
the dali'fMr' 1:Frcis J; Wzrdj1ate, Bn ;OibO6fGa M t it.in. JJ )lhai r Or'J Jt.'I )Vftotr etUD.ettti J hold-j a:coutentioa\of the during the 5ittin of this Convention also to full of enth iamin.,Caa3cof.: Jitc'nwr.te
&* nss. n- i.-.s fl.f 'of," ) 'T1j ;': i ? ( I "'; il.t''t-J. ". ,
jtorofthatjournal.S .1 I_r..r"" T.,J' ''. Iflr4\.1. i1 s'.t: .ameg'ar.kz9f t"Vl.i, .d.1, ;; _p ,. J, party. enicfesoo satlsft wd fil*, so -" he citixenf'df ilitdkon1 t for their bbsjtaIit.S tut, lone. tI '.1. t d tJt

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;- ;; .-We hare on outble(8&ISIsa : or f. 'f.'SPBINO: GooSa4; ;: : x i L1L *i ; ;; T st N"E\V' :AND eMAwMefll3L1Ad: : 1

$ Georgian) a beautiful';sample-of Just BfeiJd N. NewOrk.. ', 4FAMIL CbMANO :: 'J.-: t < *"&.%f"- Tnr I rnt '

If .$ [ and manufactured U t1iit NEW style printed Bareges;db. Ik1re cs; ;,Lectures CauaeiPrCTentioh' and Cure' : f fiMfiVftTowmmTOcein'Octolxar Dit4o7_ 4kL4:

groVfl Cot Jos. IL MclRiosn on the Lawns'; Printed;Organdie Mns- .SIX. .uuipii ttA8tJDiSc eor the t ; : .H u hMlI.lltrt.'gWarJ1 1

: &friend miies from ae0Tifl kJ.F. in plaid Lawns;':Dotted Swiss Muslin; Colored Heart'and all Female Diseases.iS34agesy28 theteQ1if UJ' .

;j0ui riTer. about fiflcenflicotnj&re dotted Swiss Muslin; Linen GinghamjVsolid engravingsPaper? SO ctsboutia:5 entS.1ai1 I : .1" ",; "II' i .. .i7' of eer7monthvc {.l iIII;

, plaid Gingham;Si1k: lond; Green gauieVeils;' to'any partpostage'9% ict&' .*%* *f::'> t'1..- ( .t t- 1LOBm.ATL.&lUJ' '- < q, :.

in grain, color and taste With black l1 1d while Fi1 Mitts; Tape bordered linen -. ShoUlder! Braces"and Chest Expanders. \ 8.4Lt ';-* '. t.GrD: ,:1 ,'Vf., Ll. {. : '. .

*&- Sugar we have ever seen.tf .- cambric Handkerchiefs; Bonnet Ribbons; J.Wl'to'1LDY""part'60.cts.fe postage i Inhaling :T't71L1:1ue-otr r crror :ut' "at AtIon'i1i zzPthLlcatIuy.o7, .r ,.-Tfloioptwow, .. __ :
M Orleans barrels of Col Mc- bird eye Diaper; bleached and' 'unbleachedluckabuck Tubes Silver"?$3,
.r11 rne half (about 150 ) ; Gauze 'Flannel; Fine Bleached domihal \Stippbrters,' perfect'$3 to $10,'for all ..Site.f'B eonntyi!'EUtFlond: ?' r f1 CKSPQD iUDF8 : UGAZ1EAdoirtitli ;. .

i crop has been sold in this market at shirtings;Assortment of Fancy Summer Prints; Ruptures Falling*t>f -the Boweh d.Womb;rI several l tracts.of Land, i&Towuhipui1kaiJu j t"' ....F ... n. .liW&Id.A' __ .. :, i : I
u the remainder will probably com ,Linen and Cotton Drills; Brown Linen; oommon I and ')VeaV Back, and 'Chest;;sent by:eipresa 18.1Ui4. in/Fowmh p24, Range2l.r r<* T C t. .; & 4-- "" : -. -. ..- > T.t

jirtorV; We rejoice to see so good arcturnltotheenterpriseofaworthycitixentrans and lace musquito net; curtain fringe;bleachedand I I everywhere LForf.Braees Sapijbrters- ,-.or -'On thi 14th da?of March,al the Court Jfo sc' t ,1fv&n ::OF:1:: ASthO.;. :,

brown Damask table cloths; yellow Nankin Rupture Supporters, give height.from beach of Marida ";sundrytraetdln,:'*'' 3af'y .; : ,:; + ;And, Contnienat ilI t u.s .

Linen plaid for coats, &. &c. foot,and circumference of person*next the surface t0 T W lh@ 13,/Riin g 2ci2t f tk The, ,tii :!Wcli.two ,YorHiu England
i to our younger neighbour. If he can t The above new Goods have just been receivedby ,Just above' the hips .*If Ruptureffflentiori. t '... -13i' >''" : ...".,. ....,.,<.. $, ycarl"4 4/ -.- -q. If

Cout the light lands of Florida four late arrivals from New York city, and are which side.; Agents"wanled for the sale of the ,r-. .' .r". :' :"14 : :l 2l ,>: is;:. .'&i .* f i the sa&tnber tn lif 4

leads of to the hand, we would for sale at the most moderate prices. above goods -Address Drs..S...}ITC11707. .... ,.... .c -.. ln' '.."_.' u ? '2i J. ... > .. '..."! q .t -.i-- '.- .

of such Sugar and show to the South April 1, 1S4S. tf 'A. M. REED. Broadway,New Yorkost. paid. At Madison Court House, on T t1 d / h ? .,- \ .. t.1 IiJ
ahead! 1 48. s : ly 'IfI 93d March f .Z ." "*"t'1" :.. t.t "lJ1L CKW S ;L UGXZ '
tohim-Go D
April S :
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y\Lter are other sources of1tb I -. .: } '; *** 'T .J .' .. ', ,-. ,. .'. t
-- SectioftMTownshipS ,
that : : "mt Ai GZTtoyfl". N 7AS1ioAtmL WUtLD- .,_
0 the cultivation of cotton. Columbia County Sheriff's Sale. Administrators Sale.' "0q' J The S E 14 1:2: ?. 1 7ltU -: < F.!; o1l'Jl .oWl !C t lDtroi lf Yi.Bt" -:.

besides._ .1.1JI WILL BE SOLD, on the first Monday in TILL BE SOLDatjrablicraaleoniThursTT SW3of24C. tf l::; '(';, 7. t_ .J4ers; ,'Muzmcge:d1" 1isltiPu.4f.. /' J .,I

lHundcr.-The magc A. D. 1848, before the Court ,day the 30th day-of March,1848, lit 'i', NW3of25- 1, : -. :-, 4:'... "T}e-" -1W wz, --Icbrit1cpim 'L1zur ,:cfihif' f
4mustng Tc1 ( iphic translation the cypher House door, in the Town of Alligator, within the plantation of the-late Oran Baxter, :a11 the. ,-NE of2G, '.ifr -1: .! ysof' 1. k\1 Qd'fY' :_a'; Maaai4. : tl

etic telegnph or to amusing blunders.nVPhiladclpbia legal hours, the following 'property, to wit :- personal effects belonging to the Estate of Oran E ; of '1,' : !, ,< g, !.1. has'induced the!subscribez to\ neJi t" the te.pubitcalion .'":

onen gives rise American some that in the4nhcr The south east half of the south east quarter of Baxter deceased. Consisting of Cattle.Horses, ,< "T..11"of 6', ,_I ., ; ,.. .--"i9.' 1 othi fashionable LondohMonth1y.; I

"work''ismadetomeanMr.says section 34,.and the south west half of the south Carts;Timber Wheels, Chains,Dogs, &c. Boats, :Jefferson Court House, 7'.on 'Monday;!the"\ "It is"a matter of Burprise'that ftp b1i

the \\01'11 of Mr. -. west quarter of section 35, lying ;in township I Turning Lathe Cotton Gin and fixtures, Car. 17th March: ;... '. : -I- -? lion of this work'waiiot: commenced' 8 ino" 11!

::-presented and the the petition blanks are to be praying filled 6, range 17, containing one hundred and sixty penters and BlacksmithTool&Sugar.Rollers&Frame : .* S. T. < R&Mf years since; ;, 'OiL l ;;.over some of the late "

; ftJr-f Holliaay and other prin- acres-levied on as the property. of William Work, and Sugar House articles, large 'TheR' of NAY} of 13, .- 1'St, ; 5 E/' numbers, we- -ifin ;theio'filled with Stories and' r.;

thus. t\Vork Benton Congressional, printing of"means' Cason, to satisfy a writ of mortgage fi. fa. issued Sugar Pan 1 Silver Watch,* Rifle .l>;Double: !,(,;.EM.orsw 3.of 13, 1, .> .- 'ft5-: Poetry, and Narrative 4 ,.the most of"whiCh fall I
'\"ashington for from Columbia circuit court in favor of barrel Saw and other Saws "., .
ters Benton presented the peti061 Gun Ploughs Whip \ ofNEUof14 '1 O. ;' 'but little behind those published-in tLeEdln.-
Mr- Shadrick Hancock vs. Wm. Cason. Saw frame Grind Stones iot Mahogany aM .W 3 Work and' :
and other printers of Wash- 7 %.ofSEJfof14; 1, 5. :" burg many surpass even the emanations 'Ii
Mt.llolliday ALSO sundry other articles of plantation use.' <. .' from tho Giant '
the establishment of a Con- 8.3of. 31-, \4 5. intellects of the contrib
for ,ALSO, his interest the f ract of Land known' a N E of toys to the Northern > f{
; "SfiptatiBg office. The message, bow- A negro man, named "Big Ned," levied on as (' 6, 2, 5.' great Magazine. The best
i PJLs translated and published by a paper the.property of 'Daniel M. Stuart, to satisfy a as the Richard Mill tract, swamp land,contain- U E% of.NVt U:of 5,' 2. 5.- :writers.of the day'contribute to its OgeS1 t'

JS'e Pennsylvania, as follows: fi. fa. issued from Columbia circuit court, in favor ing about 500 acres, more or !. TERMs.:One-fonrth CUdIt, the' balance in It has now been' published seventeen yearsin 1 t'J..

interior and memorials were pre- Raymond Coy, vs. Daniel M. Stuart. T. O. 0..HOLMES' three annual instalments, with interest in' ad: London. and has a'circulation. exceeding i ii

.I -Various petitions referred among them was one by ALSO Administrator. vance., Or, if any' purchasers should prefer to 70,000; copies through' England Scotland Ireland /
mtfd aui the print- Jacksonville March 4th,1848. pay all cash;. five per cent. will be*.deducted. and the continent of EurbpCi' It is translated -} I
8 Benton,'askiug for other a holiday by establishments Lot No. 6, section 25, township 6, south. of rr The above sale is postponed until the from the credit instalments into several of, the continental languages'

;?to the Senate. All had a printing holyday, and theCwrressfanal range 15, cast, containing 80 acres. Lot No. 5, first day of May next. April 1* .Lists of the particular tracts roll be had by .-it being the only instance 'of'an: English. 1
in IVushingtun of fractional section 25, township and range as to of the Post 'Magazine &-.
offices asked a similar iavoiv' .Alachua Sheriff's Sale. applying any Masters in Benton receiving that-compliments- .
above, containing 155 acres. Lot No. 3, fractional virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued or Marion county;or they will be furnished if The publication will commence:October: f i:

section 27, township and range as above, BY the Oircuit. Court of the Eastern Circuit applied for, by.letter p08t-pa addressed' to next and will be continued monthly. ".r'+
K seems to be pretty certain containing 80 acres Lot No. 4 fractional section The tOO '
Louis PhUippc.- THE.:STATE UF..GI8TER-AT TALLAHASKUE. FLA publication price of- above work in .
of Florida in and for the county of Duval i!
that the Ex-King had, on the 2Gth Tilt, landed 27.: same township and range, containing in said State,,directed to all and every the, JOHN BEARD, Register of London,is -6. .: ..-./ !
SO acres. Lot No. 7, fractional section 27 of
ttFolkstone, England. Sheriffs of sail State wherein Robert Brown Public Lands of the State of Florida. .
It appeared (says the Philadelphia EveningBulletin. the same township and range, containing 106 Executor of Jehu Mizell, is plaintiff and MosesS. Tallahassee Nov.'13,J47. 3m Nov 19, THE'LONDON WORLD OF" FASHION;'*:!; t't

.) in the third edition of the Liverpool acres. Lot No. 3, fractional section 36, same ,defendants AND CONTINENTAL FkUHJ.ETONS;.:. _
and M.
Mail, ofth 2Cth ult. as a telegraphic despatch township and range, containing 50 acres. Lot I have Hyams levied George and Galpin will expose, are, for sale on, A Monthly PMlcalion of the Courts of'Londot' 1"
No. 6 fractional section 36 same township and upon Tax Collector's Sale .
from London. and Paris ;Dedicated to High Life;'Task
the first next at the. .
We are rejoiced; that the grey hairs of the range, containing 59 acres. Lot No. 1, fractional House in Monday the in April of Newnansville, in Court.the ON the 8th day of May next, ((1848)) ionables, Fashions, Polite ..LizcratureThm? ,
Citiiea Kil1&" who abused the constitutional section 36, same township and range, containing town between the usual hours of sale on that Arts the Opera ''Theatre 4.t'J t 'fj'l
in said State
charter of 183U. have been respected, and that SO acres. Lot No. 2, fractional section usual county hours of Alachua of sale, on that day :, A between.the certain lot day, Will be sold for the State .n County I. Edited by several 'Literary and Fashionable :
bei* sale from violence. ;I6, s ac township and riuige"uputainiiig 80 : Taxes, so much of the following named tractsof Characters. *

He was 74 years of age in October List. acres. Lots No. 5 & 6, fractional section 23, of land, in.the house town of kitchen N Newnansville and other' with, outhouses a land; as will pay the same and all necessary In the above two'Works will be found all th6 j'l If
good dwelling
containing together 304 acres. Lots No. 1, 4, 5, the of George M. Gal-. expenses, viz:282 acres of land on the 8t.John's Gossip of London, Paris,and,the principal cities if'
thereon property
and 6 fractional section 13 township and River, known as the St. Joseph Tract and belonging '
Horrible Torture of A1It rican. .-The St.Louis pin to satisfy said writ and.interest and costs of the Continent of Europe lloyal Gossip-
Hfveille has a letter dated on board the U. Sjteamer above, containing together 403 25-100 acres. thereon. WM. GIBBONS to the estate of Waters Smith; 1200 acres Description of the Qveen's Drawing Room Par.. 'J
Levied on as the property William Cason to of landbclonging to E.Pohl& Son 390 acres be- :
Spitfire at Tlacatacpan, Sheriff Alachua ties, with accurate accounts of the' dresses of
: satisfy a writ of fi. fa. issued from Columbia county. longing Lindley Todd,returned by W.A. Forward ;
rtates among other things, that a horrible afliir Newnansville March 4 1848. 5t the Ladies of Rank-Noblemen's Fetes- Dis-
circuit court in favor of Joseph B. Watts vs. as agent; 1000 acres belonging to E.Pohl&
at four of with.criticisms of
took place Talascoya. days previous cription New Opera
The above sale is postponed until the every \

}Amt'riatus.. capturel near Vera Cruz, were William Cason.. T. B. FITZPATRICK, first Monday in May next. April 1 Son, returned by John King, senr, agent ; and the same .--Performers, &e: rale by the best
Sheriff of Columbia 350 acres belonging to Cornelius All \ 1Ii
taken to TaLiscoya, tied to stakes in full view county. Taylor English Authors, Poetry, New Music. lleiMajesty's 4
eftick other and then the tongue, eyes, nose, Alligator, Flo., .April, 1848. 1m NOTICE the above land being within the county of Du visit tp.different Nobemen.Deecnption -
val. THOS. .
firs,and hands of one were deliberately cut LEDWITH, Sheriff, and of New. Paintings, and-the Artists.-Varieties -
,.utJ After the first one died, another was OF JUDGE OF PROBATES OF DUVAL 1 Ex-officio Tax Collector., 1).C. c. 4S.

tratei in the same Av.-iy. and so on. If this Alachua County Sheriff's Sale. COUNTY, TO EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS Jacksonville Nov. 5th, 18.17Sheriff's The publication price of the above work ia Iiit

fa not call for retributive justice, what will ? I BY virtue of a decree in Chancery, made in GUAItDIANSAND OTHERS.- ---- London is sp. /5

to! >l grant Jack Hays niny be sent to TulascoyaPentuyhaiiia the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuitof All Executors, Administrators, Guardian Trustees Sale. } .
Florida, on the -25th day of June, in the year Infants, and Curators, are hereby.ordered 11
---- virtue of a writ of fl. la.. issued out of Terms of Godey's New M nh1t'Ia nnej -
1S47, in a certain cause wherein William Marvin to render an account to me of their B J' :*.
aid th? Tar!-All the Peun- respective the Superior Court\ for ihc District,of East SI a year, in advance. ; !
rrlrania! Delegation in Congress, except David and Noah M. Martin were complainants, I Administrations, Guardianships, and trusts, Florida for the County of Duval,1 will expose All orders must addressed, post-paidy* ".
and Richard II. Bradford, Administrator of ; at the April Term 1848, aforesaid Court which i sale in of the Court in GODEY/ :
Tilniot. voted against the T.lriff'ct of 1S4C to public front House the .
The democratic convention, lately held at lIar- I Leigh Read, deceased, anal others, were defendants commences on Monday the 3d day of April ; Town Jacksonville in said county, on,the 101 Chesn -t'tIeet':hiI delphia.JJ 1I 1\\
I shall offer for sale the 1st
on Monday and all Guardians to
are particulnl.ly'ordered
risburg, adopted the following among other resolutions first Monday.in October next, between the legal Newspapers inserting tnft above lirill con*
of betweeu the usual hours of
day May next render of the of
an account ages respective .
hours fer fa'f" rand be entitled to
: of sale on that'day,a certain negro female a an exchange.Angl3tht1847
Resolved, That the Tariff Act of 1816 has reAlized sale, before the Court Ilousa I1.t ewuansville,in wards, and whether they are now at any slave called Chloe and her child George, taken ;- :. t tI
the county aforesaid, the following described and vhat school PROCESS will issue against ,,]
in execution the of B. Lancaster '
the most sanguine expectations of its ad- as property Joseph -
tracts of lands or much thereof be WM. F CRABTREE 'Cut gl L : .
so as may DEFAULTERS. Runaway );. ;
'ocatcs and friends, and as signally falsified all ;to satisfy an execution favor of Gould,
sufficient the decree in said to of D. C.Jacksonville a It t
to satisfy cause Probate '
Judge : tie
thewotu\ ynredictitms of its enemies. The democracy Banks & Co. THOS..LED WiTH, ,
' wit: All that certain three thousand five hundred March'1 I, 1848. .lust who'callK himielf .AR Ie.
of Pennsylvania cling to it as one of .Aug. 27, 1847. Sheriff, &c, a negro 1. toi
the crowning measures that have rendered he acres of laud, being part and portion of an '3- The'above sale has'been
present administration illustrious on the pages undivided tract of four thousand acres, ceded Nassau Tax Collector's Sale. ]st Monday in November next. Oct 8n Crosby, of Columbia county, Fla. Said f
by the Spanish. Government to one Don Francisco the first Monday in May next between is' of black about fl feet.10
The above complexion
history, and arc proud to record it as :i demonstration. ON : sale .is postponed until the negro !'f
.stlb1i5.1! by the infallible tests lloman Sanchez, and described in said usual hours of sale, will' be sold for first Monday.in Dteember'next.. Nov 5 inches height. The owner will' please com* ..'
cession as being situate ten miles to the Westward the State and county tax, BO much of the undivided forward costs and take him ':& "
truth ami Mine, that a restrictive commercial t- The above .sale is postponed until the pay ; away
policy, like nn exp.ir.ded national piper cur of the Alachua Road leading to St. :Uary'8aud interest of William Hickman and_others, first, Monday.in January next. ..Dec 10 J. A. BARBEE Jailor D. c .* r:

mu-y, degenerated: into an 'absolete idea.1"'" bounded on the North by the Santa Fe of the Waterman lands, as will pay the suni of rr The above sale is postponed until the firstMonclayin Jacksonville, March 18th, 1848.. tf 1 ;
River and on the'other sides by vacant lands, seventy-five dollars, and the cost and charges .
next.. Jan
February 7
and since surveyed under the authority of the attending the advertisement and sale thereof; Executor's Notice. ... .
The above sale is until the
The ship \1ine to. uf bOO tons. Capt. Allen is United States, and lies iu Township six and boundaries unknown to the subscriber and f3 March postponed O ALL Creditors,!Legatees and.'personi) ill
Monday next. Feb 12
ailvcrtised in the Louisville Journal claima 11 11l.
to sail dirt south and is kuown entitled to distribu'tion'or.having
seven, range eighteen, upon ALSO, The above sale is until the
from that place to Liverpool on the 11th ult. said claim of Francis .13" postponed the Estate,of Jacob Sumerlin late of .
\ the plat of survey as the On the same day, will be sold so much of the first in next. '11 against ,
Monday April March f
A ship of 800 tuns burthen manned au'! freight.i }.Sanchez. And also an undivided interest. lands of Mrs. Fleming, and A. Low, as will pay Columbia county, deceased-Notice ,is..hereby .f

( :2CUO miles inland from the ocean lu truth j or cltucu hundred: acres being parcel oi another the State and county tax. The-amount of the given, that letters testamentary .on the Estate ..
j :!iis is becoming a great. country, tract of land containing two thousand acres, taxes due on said lands is forty dollars. The SHERIFF'S SALE.. of the said deceased, were ,granted oirth j if

-- ---- ceded by the Spanish Government to one Don Fleming lands lie on Thomas' swamp. BY VIRTUE of a decree of the circuit court, 18th day January,.1848, the7udge of Probate

Manners.-i never judge from manners* said Jose simeon Sanchez, and described in said A. J., BRADDOCK, of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the for.said county ef oluinbi; State of Fla, ti

lord Byron. for 1 once had my pocket picked cession as being situate on the Santa Fe River, Tax Collector, Nassau ounty. county of Duval. in favor. of Orloff M. Dorman and that all claims and demands will be tar :

lj the civilest gentleman 1 ever metA witljJ and bounded on the West by lauds of Don February 19,1848.Alachua against.Charles H.-Pelot, I shall offer for sale at red at the end of two yelars fronV the day of I.1';

Francisco Roman Sanchez, and on the other Alligator in the county of Columbia, on the first granting aaid letters. Testamentary, unless filed

gentleman who came up the river yester- sides by said River, and which has been since Tax Collector's Sale. Monday of:April next the following described and made to appear within that time of which" f

4y,and who is a good Whig, had a eonversaijoo surveyed under the authority of the United be offered for sale at public outcry, land, viz: south-west quarter.of the south* all persons. concerned will take J tice ,All A i.14J

with G en. Taylor at his own home Taylor States; und lie in townships six and seven, WILL front of the Court House in the town east quarter of section township 2, range claims and demands against the' said" estate, baa 1 :

: fciid U made no difference whether a Democrat south, range eighteen in the county of Alachua, of Newnansville in said county on Monday the 14, south and east; also the south-east quarterof be rendered Thomas 11.: Dexter, the Lower .ft

I or a VTkig was elected President-that a national and is known upon the plat of said survey as 14th day of August next,'within the legal hoursof south-west quarter of section 14, town- Mineral Springs in said county. _,, I..
the claim s. Sanchez and others ship 2range 14,south and east also the south .DIDEXTERT : :
I : wasut br the question. and there was Joseph ; sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided in- ; /
little difference o* the tariff. lie said, emphatically. which said lands are situate in said county of terest of the following Ied persons in and to east quarter, section IS township 2..,range 14 TOUNL sUMERLI.NTROJ31IRT r' :: ,4

1 that he would make no pledges to carry Alachua WM. GIBBONS, certain tract of land known as the Arredond south and east; also the north-east quarter of -W.' BROOKS:-J 1"

j outVhig measures.-Louisville Democrat. Sheriff of Alachua county. i Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereonfor northrcast quarter section 22,township 2,range Executors of the said.Estate." *
I -- NexrnansvUlc; Fla., April 1, 18.18. 1m the State and county, for the year 1847, 14, south and east; also the''west half'of north Alligator, February lh"tS-tS; '2m'" ;

It has been computed by political arithmetLeUnsthat and all cost and charges for the advertising and west quarter of section 23j; township 2, range NOTICE. Itt f
14 south and east, amounting 10 240 acres the .
if every man would work for four IVnisnu County: Sheriff'* Sale. sale thereof, to wit: land sold and C. Pelotto ORDER of the Court of Probate of Jfcu-
long hours the first Monday in next before The undivided interest or portion of Blood- same conveyed by'John B1 I
in each day on something useful, ON May Charles H. Pelot on the 28th Deo 1842 together san county will be sold at the plantation
that labor would produce sufficient to secure all the Court House door of the county of good and Thos. Tilleston. with all improvements of the estate of John'W.. DuBose, on Thursdaj ti

the necessaries and comforts of lifewant and Nassau, will be offered at public outcry, to sale, The interest of Charles A. Jarvis and' to the same privileges in the second day'of May next,.the following'twonegroes'Affy ; .
appurtenances belonging* :
"user/ would be banished out of the world and the services of Stephen Harman, (a free negro,) The interest of Noah Jarvis ,about 27 years old and her daughs*
wisp .
t\e who shall take said The interest of.Tcromus.Johnson, .- ally appertaining., .. : i
to Harman for
rest of the twenty-four hours might he leispleasure. any person T. n. FITZPATRICK ter. Mary Ann, ten years oldf ; .\8& ;
ire anI .-FraiJJin. the shortest period of time, paying the fine and The interest Alexander Muir. Sheriff% of v ." .!. '., .(:; .W. DUBOSE, .?
costs of prosecution; the same being to satisfya The interest of Mordecai Myers, :county.' ;, n LDUB08E" .'.
. 5t
--- ---- ---- -- --- judgment obtained at the .November Term, The interest of Mordecai M.. Noah< ; for the Marcli4tli,1848.. \tAdministrators..;'-. ,. i.w.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. 183S of the Circuit Court for said of 1846 and 47. '
county years < 'March 4th.1848.:2in 4$1
DOll ;
Fifty Reward, ,
,. . "
; Nassau, in favour of the State Florida againstthe The interest of Ichabod Prall. : ;. i.
l'OItTj JACKSOXVILL APRIL 1st. said Stephen Harman, upon an indictmentfor The interest of Aaron Peck; for .the years WILL BE GIVEN BY THE'. NOTICE y fu- ,

------ aidinz and assisting a slave' to run away. 1846 and '47. ; l'nndersighted ,fpr. the'apprehcnV 1 all persons, eoncerned r 'f. ,,,
ARRIVED.Madx20th. master. A.: of Perkins. SIQIl and .safe delivery into the ISlicTebrgivento 1 >
from his J. BRADDOCK, The interest Cyrus # 1h Kingsley, deceased .
.-Schr. BcllcTuttlc New Hav '
:11'h th.- Nichols N. Y. interest of John N. lowing negroes, to wit; enis :: wdman;Han as heirj'legateeiJ: ? 1C
Nassau County, Fia. April 1, 1848. Jm The SayervThe the uadersjgtcd Executors of jfaul tfitate,xm
\!farc.b .-Schr. 0.IL Perry, Wooster, Key interest John M.'Seaman. nibald the aboy, Georgian,. girl'andIiatchil-" at the next.term of.th!. Court_ of-probate,Ibr J
t. dreri" above namedTenb t.1GTe.lJOfri8lDce ;
of the heirs of for : g "
The interest Win' ;Taylor, the County.of D yal;to be>jxoldcn at Jackson
March 3hl-Schr. Hnesotn. Small, N. Y. In Circuit Court, the years 1646 and '47.. ,.. ._. she"has. been fabsent' ,' supposed to"be two''' tbc..pnt'.Mov4ty o f'Apri1 pext e
March 31sl- rig Oxford, Clark, X. Y. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.. The interest of Wm.Thorn,for the years 1846 or three,'and Ellick;an' old African ma.n,.1: ? : ;entthcir rille; OJ1l, accounts with:,said Eetate,. ana. the f 1 i
April i ht.-JJri" Oorrs S.Y. CoUNTY IN CIUNCERY.Annu.Jlorley ThQ above futivO rv shic.becnabntfor : :
.o\merica OF DUVAI and 47. ., f. > ; .
+* '
? ; :iouehtrS fo?
--c ettIemen.1 4
!tr 26th.-U.S.St'Jtm'r OcamulgccMcNcl- The interest of John IL-Iowiisend. G : jmi-ly four years:.,.,. 1 JOHNMrONS; .. 1. '. k.!: ,. ,
; ) 1' ti : t.rt.j11
ty lo Savannah to Fernandez &Bisbee. interest of Israel Toote. ;; : V J. cksonviUe. ,.Marh'25b1S4S., .Cni. .
The ; : .. < .T43I1
w. > Bill; for Divorce. ( ; > J 3. -a .4.<'- / *" fl.. J-1 %J \. o.C1.: -. 'ft'
March 29th.-U. S. Steamer St. Mathews John Morley. ) The interest of' seDelan o. 'im4ifn"f"'t. ; c' ,." : ..' .- .., ,-; _.. :. :..i / -...-_.-'.I&fAecutorso f"wja i
VfPtHurbert.. 21 Tiours from Savannah, to ,The interest,of Shivers Parker. or,0. MfDoJ' *. Duval militia Cl hnuns.iT : ", I1"i e..te ; J.MS.f -._S.:,:':
Fernandez appearing to the satisfaction': the Court -!. *>''-- f"f :
fc BUfetc.CLEAHED.. IT. man ,-'',/ ..officeidpriyatesICaptauiJius1i ;1
by.affidavit filed,that the_ Defendant in the The interest of Alfred Deforest. drA it. Dorvx. ;j Price t a it. unrez'com- ': '.::: '. DISSOLUTION. i
above entitled cause resides out of the State'of .1- *.j1 .4. ni 8Flo d M 1 toed Militia/or service the that under and !, ;:
1arci man. ,.?, ,j ? $*.. p 'in 1 bflCfl :islxewby given bj .
4rcl&.27tn.-Urig Creole, Whitcombc, ..Y. }Florida and beyond, the jurisdiction of this ,The?interest of J ..a i.W !e* uxJ'LDorman years. 1838-8,'who, have. not- signed tLe neces-, ...LTvirtUC: : of the articles of Copirtaeiaaip'en-- ,; r
lSth.-BrigAniethystPcttingil1,N. Y., Court therefore, On motion ofsaid" Complainant e : their elannsfii 'the hands i ih' James B le jDarlin CrPrescot
?,.??: 'Y'-'A"., !. *' res sary papersre1athigto< *' tered into by ,
.- cbj. Wescogus, WamJ3oston.&r1U8t.Scbr. by James W.Bryant Esq. her Solicitor, t r qitM td ciwftb6utdIi3 Vil vundcr the Jina ef.prwcott 4.
The .interestofrnas Qsburh fortftheJ Vi e.lll.l and.Benjamin > so.n.- '
Belle It 'is Ordered That.said;:Defendant + ;n-F! *.,* .. '* ..
Nwliaven.4lcawuigee '
-i. rJi-
Tuttle : ; '
rand T1IG,pakrito beii dret1 ftmh'
years 1846 an 47.< -,- _, _l ; g & Coif onlhe 19ho4uustIM774he j .
c". 9th.--Stcarner ., McKelty answer the Bill of Complaint of said. Complainantwithin'four'months The.interest ornom.{ .:Dom X/ / 'Col:1'nit b1stOmce" ; or mar W l gncdt7iifr5' ". -saidjrm is.dissolved. by the consent. 01'tkeundersigned ,.
IJ-h or the same will TheintercstofRufds Dav hP9ri :; ; ': : GREGORY'YALE,' :% .; s tU' "..otth 1
1 d
&S? 3Itt--Steamer .s Mathew Hurbert be taken confessed against him. "' '; J !l"<. Dnval 1 JJ : fiJtiS'.u set-- .,r
; .!1he interest f J : ...: L'Agzit wnrpanies; jfirmt aamciB*Cole, Q254! I

It further dnly'oertifl Ordered l, by the That;Clerk'a o>of y'or this this Court Order < 'l'h 'iD.tereSt'' r'Jo- ... ., .J"'lIn'- {"(.:..r thf""' .'' : -: -n..sQ.. .'.K"vmrch4j1848. 'I'.j. .'. ,. -; :.f,.f' ..,: tic up'the/affairs. and jo.rweivfmJlaebte: "doa*:' 11L
--- ,: 1846811 1 '4 7 ." .,- "' \.,. ..; 1eate. f?: i""J''COLE
Giiarthajt's1oflcc.- be published in some Newspaper p ec withinthe The interest of Thomaslexter--t r 'as marked 'on Notice,to I>oltors"Creditor ,. andIII t- t 'V .ID. u.{ ESCOTTJGareys ,
JVPIJCE IflUEUEBY GIVEN,, that.JJiirty, Eastern Circuit of Florida' "once-'week'.. the mapf .t WGrif, own nbt:;.known.for," 4--..44. .:.z_: .-,.LertteeS___ ...-..._._. .. : ) i'oc: 1_; {j ret'ty.. e .1rI .; 3 1" 1 .
uajs from;date,:I will apply to'ihe'Hon.ig secutively" for four- '. months .the,"years. 1846 and i7, ...,' "".1 v ->> J.st "' t Perseoj4odebte4 to ihcf Estate of Jacob; "n-.The tradersigned will lieieafter cmtba'& .

a .I>ougla& JudMof.. the Easiern Circuit rTHpFDOUGLAS/amIge. ; The iritewat pf'SnsanrMurphyy. :f or. :the. years' .tttBrysWtlate] .oftataimnediatpayinent u eun Tf' c the buwness'on his owiiiweoturiffld*ll person
iI i Kfor leave -frealestatef' L OSCAR' HART- Clerk .ot said Court : 4o4 sell
J to. 'ihe -. : >-"? <47 ( t-f4 caudM ;'J {)< areTequ.'. t&1 radebtea t>the late SHU:of Co1ej'C: /
w'v-w" vJahe Adams'ParianSj'and hereby certify thetibove: to b atruerobjpj'ofan t. Th'e i't 0 t"u.entl.w.u. : .f" r.thr. 1Ia.id est&teJ 11;iiiik 1UIediate1m4 Ud''e L i .

} I*?Anue'1 Tarland,lying in Duval couijty, Order made and entered'of-Vecord'iri' said 4'ntl-T-' fl'c O'16' 'd'47.j-s.t.. ,r'k. i.j'r.t 'fA'" ''trf 1' '!' I' : ovr' I Ir are desired to j>r Jtnt,them,=theI eaten&sfliegateorothCi.perQfls ., .. "f demaud'hei iIuewlll p 1heaI.41Ye1f19
lfla 1 consisting oftwo tracts of land known lied cause n'sa1dCort: 'on:th 28tH day o1MarchAfl of itle'l entitled to4t3tribution .. JAB.COLE.
,. ;. .The"l1uerest gl1rarkor 5't," ..- f '
: 1t )1a 1o j.*' :;'--'''-.' "'i *,,tTj.TJj. t. _.". 'i : l make their .,. '?. .... .. ._
and Magnolia tracts, "foruifirlyfVVM .., 'l84S; 1- ehs'-1St6J ; are-herebyhptifi d to __-" t'". _' .."0\" '' .PI."' 1" -- -,4 T if
aet111 ]* **' the lAte'rilthun nff> ; *. 'a lN.WiT sS"'WlIEii. FIflierea tosetJfcJJ 3 'j'lHOS._: cIL1sfteI tSiertft n. f ff cliwA'witbiritlte.timth prcseriberLbila.Wj oth4 !

( Xt'CAflLETTGuardiaii, '::i' ] (myhiiiid; '..-. ,",'and t. .affixlthe''Beai 'of:said .t. I;::1f.;. ; .d: ,., :'. ...cioTiXtuectorL" 11. .$\ ,1h ..1ril.btf.barred.iihflbtJ. 44.t'.g.'ittt fXi.W. ('. .. ..Ja. ;?l_ Ir'_ _1H, .:". .
By OREGonT J.Ett1..1_ : C ourt: H".OSC i. 'IT'A'T '" A ."} ,'. "i''U f9r A1aciiiaicouny. :, t1JSAl4B.JDlJLUtT\.AdmTJ .1U5o1 .QvThzacRIFTIoF.: '
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(; !- fgIHE above re"'lnl'.U1..be' paid for the apJL p HI-NTS'.QA-Y., :TO: THE "!! prehension of Mathew C. Eubanks, who is i ,LINA.,'.;QEORQIA -ALABAMA MISSISSIPP2 Extract is put;up w_ quart bottle-4t i* :P'i1: ;);MOOBE. cor.of Grand. 6.'.:-.l;., i";'.,.'.......t.'A&b ,.
cfctrged with horsetealing. and ,other crimes. ,;TENNESSEE, FLORIDA, six times;,,cheaper,'pleasanter,.warranted superior -: .' i-yAag; ;"l8:14E ; > ,. "
The said:Eubanks left this County about:the No. 56 Cedar," 'Street" .,.', ,,-New.- York. ,LOUIBI4N4fc.t: ,,\ <.: ', to any,:'sold.'" :It cures:diseases,withoutWB&iag 'TO M07f BS.mD -.4B D c
first of May last, and is now believed to be in A..LLOW,ME to call your'attention' to one of ,purgingtk&XRg or,debilitating.the pa. TJda'E nctOf8&napirilaIli
i4I East Florida. L11 JI1D'II>>SQNP'( ) 'LIin ',. t1th: _greatest.and.most jUseful medicines tient t,and it particularly) adapted for a -. 11 prepared hi'reference to female "
Said Eubanks is about 26:.or 28 of age, '* FALL.AND WINTER.MEDICINE.The No.fema.1ewho'haa f -- "
years (LATE, LEE& JUDSON,) 'iOccupy ever discovered.!< 'It;is:not my:intention to tax L reaaont
., "4" 4 rather spare, made, broad,across the shoulders, the spacious !flVESTORYWARE:' 'ou'irith.ia: 'long:and,'tiresome advertisement,' great ,beauty and BOperiority.of this Sars "-, rjcd aij
''t.tf atfout'' six feet in,.height,, red or sandy hair, HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STREET--the WHOLK: b tI lay before you the :testimony:ot*the most' :i :.eaparilla overall other.remedies J z, it.eradicates .. ssfessqE !t;ajaas
; : shoulders stooping, face round complexionlight of.which, devoted to the exhibition, and,. sale respectable families in the'United States,'most 'J disease, it I invigorates the; ventive for.any" of the hum toua!aiid fi
or sandy,and blue eyes-complains of his of the Article of of my certificates are from the city.of Savannah,* I body, consumption:,cu'fed" diseases r"h1ch'feBia1ea' ., *{ '
t sv breast and has a cough that causes hoarseness Single' where I reside, and many from your,own State, ; cleanse strengthen-,-. time< life. ,This 'period may'be a I .....
t .dresses genteel, and when in this neighbor- PRINTED. CALICOE.S. where the Medicine'is:used with'great and as t consumption can be cured, several years by using this'medlcW .
: hood passed himself off as a Cumberland..Presbyterian Their present. Stock consists of nearly tonishlngsuccesslt baroved'itaelfto be"superior bronochitia, consumption, .:t.f.- Preacher-he also'professed to belongto One Thousand Packages, ;,to any other Medicine.for,the:cure of colds, coughs, catarrh, :'asthma spit- womanhood, as it is calculated to_:
.. : the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Embracing some -THOUSANDS of different Fever and Ague, "'hIchiit will do inthe very ; ;tingof blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the .blood,and inisystem. ..:
4'; A.. given us. the said Eubanks was arrested near patterns and colorings, and comprising every short space Twelve Hours,;it has never bees hectic flush, night sweats,difficult .. .. Indeed? this medicine is.lavunsflin*
'. Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his misconduct thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and known to fail,;to effect a ,certain cur ., The or profuse expec.toration all the diseases,to ihic1t'wonei? : .are iaW ? 1' ; and, as he passed himself for J. Roberson DOMESTIC. Medicine is a halm1ess'and: ,a tasteless 'one, and pain It braces the whole system, tenni mentlythe ,;
'" .'... he was brought to Montgomery by the All of which are ofi'emi'for sale, for cash, or :which will'.make it the most popular Medicinein intheside&c.have natural energies .by, '
.. Sheriff Benton County Florida, upon the Southern States. The Medicine and of the ..
r. satisfactory credit, at SLOWEST PRICES, the -contains impurities: ,body llOteo.tar' ,.
.,.,."a supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who by no mineral preparation whatever, but is a :can becured. the system as to produce a IUbseQu i> ,i
'. .. was charged with forgery, and who broke jail thePIECE OR PACKAGE. harmless Vegetable'matter only. ,To Planters,, .. tion, which the case'of moat m edict ;;
r in Montgomery last spring; but, as he provednot New are received/almost day this Medicine is a: valuable preparation: as it Probably there never was a remedy that has for female,weakness and dises '.. I
.Y: to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: and Styles of them are got for our every own sales, cures'all cases in. twelve':hours, and does not been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF THE. HEARTsjn: ,.>\
,- ..' and we have reason to believe he will make his and many not to be found elsewhere.up require any" time to I be lost; all 'that- is to be I as,this; it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND DROP8KTDR. ;
;;... ;: way towards East Florida, as his health is suchas Printed lists of corrected from lone is to tak the Medicine and to go to,wor. system and appears to heal the .ulcers on the NEWYOK"JU ,
(I.; ".f r'. ''..,. to induce him to make his way to a more day n-to day, with every variation, in the market, ;To the Rice Planter is' -a valuable Medicine, lungs, and 'the patients gradually regain their TOWNSSND ai Sir: Yrt.J1 T:
4 .;. Southern circuit. are placed in the hands of buyers. as it does not ntain any-mercurial or mineral usual health and.strength. been afflicted 'with's disease'of. ttoaSlSwith ,
..e d; r_.' t SAMUEL S. SMITH.H.J.HARRELL. Merchants will be able to form some idea of preparation whatever, and is therefore a safe CURIOUS:CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There a terrible'rujtnr for over fiflj v .'
'If,:i I!..'. J. the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe Medicine for those who are liable to'exposure.I is scarcely'a daypa.saes but there area'Dumber the greater 'part of thetroubled time.r'5Jjf-iul, .
.. "...' ..,' state that the value, of our usual stock of beg you, do not let me have to ;taxJ'ou so of cases of Consumption reported as with shortness breath tad fSS
"'.'!'<'. Cahaba, Ala.., Sept. 18, 1847. Nov this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice,the value of often with advertisements, certificates, It cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tering'of; the hurt, which .has ?":
( 'S', Circuit Court. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by. has already-proved,itself to be:what I say it is, The following was recently received: I tressing, and has ( uentl1'.b et fti2S"
"t" EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together and the greatest proof is every body;is recommending DL TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. The rupture "as.;rSSJ
".-: ;..... COLUMBIA, COUNTY. with the fact that our means and} our it to be the only: certain and speedycure three years I have been,afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost WtjtmtfoL
):I*.., '1,;" Sarah Hunter, ) In Chancery.vs. attention, instead of being divided among vast for the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the'last such cases with but little' bendt.'Wl.1.2!
,,,, ,.., doh. to ask your neighbor what he thinks ofHumpJir and did health had taken but three bottles of Jwa'jiS
; ,';; > variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, stage, not expect to ever gain my ; ;
;!. :** Elijah Hunter,' ) Bill for Divorce. will render the advantages,which we can offerto ys' Remedy,for Fever and Ague, and at all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved ttflitSS
having: been made to appear to the satisfaction dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be of course to be convinced,.you will try it, at under the care of some of the most distin- of the heart, and the rupture hu" lS* .
}i.- .. ;" IT of the Court, that Elijah Hunter, our care that none who visit our establishmentshall least I hope so. .Here is my.offer to any Planterof guished regular physicians: and members of the tirely disappeared. ; s-" 1
'\ fJt'," ',4 i the Defendant in the above named cause, resides meet with any disappointment. South Carolina, who will either'call on-Dock Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, cl Yu *"
.(,' .'..k' out of the State of Florida and beyond the I Our assortment is complete at all seasons of P. M. Cohen, of Charleston, S. C.,. or myself, in and spending the most of my earnings in at- much' swollen. We 'had. 1:0 idea t C 11i' ;
..,:.... t.4 ...: jurisdiction of this Court, On motion of Washington I the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. the city of Savannah, and either ofus will give tempting to regain my health, and after read be so benefit, as she had weh.1 complbU." ,
I .
i M. Ives, Esqr., Solicitor for the complainant P. S. -B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of enough for twelve cases, and if it does not'cure ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved dIseases.; But It has, as Strange U ii ay4
,t f t : ,', : Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original ten out of the twelve we will refund the amount to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the clrop j. Ia 1I1t.w 1\
F'' ; :' "" It is Ordered, That the said Elijah Hunter, firm of Lee & Brewater, from which con paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is eo string*.u to n >
".{;; .. .", be required to appear and answer the complainants nection he withdrew some time ago, has resum- I have directed. your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is, ntterthdtta tob
i r J :.""; bill 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 you for your advice. I per reality. Your Sarsaparilla ia eerUtialr\nL
', .. ., Divorce pro confesso will be taken against him. Judson, and assures his friends that the new summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been nable medicine, and should be tuedbyenn'
t.. 5;.,_ And it further Ordered, That a copy of this concern shall have the same pre-eminence in lands are under water,which will cause a great able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we hate been. 'If 2
.t" s 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 libat11t
T,,: : be 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 at my house and have ocular demont..
.;-. i i.:1.. the 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
if."' .' ,kv 4 consecutively for four months. to either of my Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLfA11 TOWSEE,1 James*.
t::P .,# :.: THO: DOUGLAS, Judge. i J. B. CUBBEDGE, HUMPHREYS' REMEDY' FOR FEVER AND Orange Essex; Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. ff -
iJ. .. '.' Clerks Office, Circuit Court, BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, AGUE. State of NenJersey, Essex ,County, M.- Chas. DYSPEPSY.
'r::, ,":, :' <. Columbia County. )} South side Market square (next door to Ver- ;, The Medicine is for sale by the following QUImby S being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever been dueonr
.. '., I, STIRING SCARBOROUGH, Clerk of said Court, stille, Luffboro & But!er's Shoe Store.) named gentlemen, who are the only agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastriejgb
&,,' ......,' : : do hereby certify the above to be a true copy Savannah, Ga.jpT I the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,whereit true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food and strengtieasi
IV.'' of an Order duly made and entered of Recordin Orders from the will be will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHA8. QUIMBY. the organs of digestion as this preparaticatf
country promptly -
'..' the above entitled cause, on the 25th day of filled at the lowest prices. Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarsaparilla. It positively cures every cut tf
,', ., October A. D. 1847. March 11 1848. fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. '
{f-. .'. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto ly made to Planters, &c., by the dozen. AddressW. Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPARTMENT, ALBANY, May 10,'184i
". ,i.:;0. set my hand, and caused the seal of CLARK & LAWSON, 'HUMPHREYS, Jr., DR. TOWNSEND-Sir: I have been afBietd
i.r 'f's f 25th day of October A. D. 1847. CHANTS, Savannah, Georgia, tender their servi- Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &&, Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomach, ICQ
,'::', I, S.SCARBOROUGH, Clerk. ces to planters and others, and solicit consignments SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite, extreme heartburn and a Pat
!;h' .a "el'_ 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, and for'vteb
.i.,. '.' produce. They are agents for the celebrated THE' OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while thos that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I have been unable retain
i' :4', AT a Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom theyare VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a small portion on my stomach.. I tried tie
r-'. .... 4 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 anoth. usual remedies, but they had but little oruo:
., House in Jacksonville on Tuesday,the sixteenth and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon ,. S. Farr, of Graham- er instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. 'I was adoc-
Y, :- day of November, in the year of our Lord, one hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns, ville, 8. C. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two children ed, about two months since, to try your Zitmt
!'i thousand. eight hundred and forty seven, I. from the Eatonton, Cartright Planters, and Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and I musty with little.ecu-
.. Present: Cedar Shoal manufactories, which they sell at Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint and dysentery; one was only 15 fidence ; but after using nearly two bout;]!
"'- ., 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 found my appetite restored and the heartburn.

:..: Henry Bennett, } March II, 1848. 3m Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testi- very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, and I would, ean estlf .
VI 01' vs. > Bill for Divorce. WM.. S. LAWTON mony is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up' by two respectable commend the use of it to those who have.'
.. Nancy Bennett. ) Yours respectfully. physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have been. Yours, &c. .
, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the fourt we must lose them we try your
from affidavit filed, that the. Defendant in the Charleston, S. C. Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 18th, 1847. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none b such as have wrap.
.z above entitled cause resides without the State REFERENCES G. Jaudon Esq near Jack Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr., little confidence, there being so much stuff ad- pers that hide the bottle completely and by,
..;.,, f of Florida,and beyond the jurisdiction of this sonville,E.F.; Gov. C. J. McDonald, Ga. ; C. M Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used vertised that is worthless: but we are' very the written signature of S.P.TOVlNSEND. ,
';::' ...,... .. Court, on motion of said Complainant, by James Furman, Esq., Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F. H. your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office, 126 Fulton-at.SiuiBuildin&
..\... W.Bryant, Esq., his Solicitor Elmorej Charleston, S. C. obtained a ,supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write this that others may :N. Y.; Bedding & co. 8 State-et. Boston;,Dyott
'iril'' .. It is Ordered, That said befendant appear February 19, 1848. ly your Agent of this place, and administered it be induced to use it. Yourslelp8ctfuDy" & sons, 132 North Second-st Philadelphia
; '. '...... and answer said Bill of Complaint within four to my daughter, according,to directions, and I JOHN WILSON. Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Duroi &"'to.
'.::.. ... .. TYPE FOUNDRY that the disease left her in 1847. Richmond P. M. Cohen Charleston
'.r. months, or the same will be taken as confessed am happy to state Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn, Sept.15, ; ; \Vril
:t., ,. .- against her. 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. the course of thirty-six hour, aid her present LUNATICAYSLUM.James t & co. 151 <.'hartres-st. New Orleans: 105 Scull
l:'.: e. I And it farther Ordered, That a copy of this THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun- state of health indicates a certain cure. Cummings, Esq.one of the Assistantsin Pearl-st. Albany; R Van BucWrk. 298"cor.'of
.. ." ..,:. order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, and will continue the business lately Yours, &c., E. C. WATTS. the Lunatic Ay si am,Black well's Island is the Market and Broad-sts. Newark, N. J. nd by'
. 'w' ;. be published in some newspaper printed within conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attend Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 14th, 1847. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants genenHy
brl ., the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of tqall orders they may receive with punctualityand RHEUMATISM.This throughout the United States> West India and
f' four months consecutively. dispatch. All the Type manufactured by AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston.S. is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. M. REED, AgentJacksonville
.", :I, OSCAR HART,Clerk of said Court,do hereby them will be Hand Cast; and they will furnishall C.;. T.J. S.Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A': of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sar- flOT4!, :
.'...,.. certify the above to be a true copy of the order kinds of Printer Materials, of the best qual Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. .McLane & Co, saparilla has cured-The most severe and February 26, 1848. ly :
M. .. made and entered of record in the above entitled I ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in Jacksonville, Ga.;, Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -

",.-",.. .,- .' cause in said Court, on the date aforesaid.IN superintending the manufacturing! department. 3a.; Dorsey Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P.A.Moise, ,virtues : HOLMES & CO! I
c,, ., ..., WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereuntoL. Proprietors of newspapers,who have not 'advertised LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept.14, 1847.
,..." 1,.:. set my hand and affix the Seal of for the' subscribers, who may publishthis Ga.;W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND Dear Sir: I have suffered 1\JI'ESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have 'rasortd
..\. "..., 4. S.j i 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; .L' their stock of Merchandize to the tog
,.,? .i't'. December, A. D-, 1847. receive pay in type, on purchasing five times Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, sleep building formerly occupied by the United Stat;,
',":' 'I- : 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 1. known as the Government Building. Ti q
AI ,, 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 arrNJ
... : per lb. ville, Ga. ; .Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goc&j
:; '\\.10.. .1': Tax 'Assessor's and Collector's I p- The Type with which the "NEWS" is Prescott & Co-, Black Creek, Fl rida; Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &&, tc,
"; 14, S Notice. printed, was cast at this establishment. & Flanders,Macon ; P.Mart,Sav nnah ; Cunningham good-I am so much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at redoed.
;- :. r'J is hereby given to all persons having WHITING & TAYLOR, & Co.:, Dalton,Ga.; J.H.&W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use i prices. ..
NOTICE property within the county of Successors to Robert Taylor. Macon; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga.; Wm. this for the benefit of the afflicted. They are now prepared to purchase Cottei

.... Orange, that the subscriber will attend to all February 19, 1848. 3m .. lodges, Sandersville; R.Jacksonville T. Floyd. Micanopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides, and otherpr duce of the country,,at,!til
returns directed to him. Address to Enterprise State of Florida. Florida; F. A. Poulten, Florida; COULD NOT WALK. highest Market rates, and make cash advase$
: : East Florida. EASTERN (IRCUIT-DUV COUNTY.The R. 8. Daily, Laurensville C. That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very on consignments to their friends in SavU>>land
'VIRGIL Assessor i For sale wholesale and retail by there is Charleston or New York.
; R. DUPONT, Tax United States of America, best remedy for female complaints ,
.. .. and Collector of the county of Orange. vs. : F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. no disputing; thousands and thousands of They have' a new article of Wrought Iron
ii ,. February 19, 1848. 4t The heirs of John McQueen.Application i: A liberal discount'by the dozen. weak and debilitated females that were pros- Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call
for the purchase.of land -October,8th,.1847.PALATKA. trated by those diseases to which females are the attention ofPlanters.Jacksonville ,::
NOTICE.SIX on Amelia Island.O HOUSE. subject were soon in, the enjoyment of robust Nov. 6, 1846. tf_,'!,
MONTHS after date I: shall present my N motion of C. C. Yonge, Esqr, United health. FORWARD & .ALDRICH
accounts and vouchers as Executrix of the States Attorney for the Northern District MTHE Subscriber informs her, friends New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. j.
estate of Wm. Murrhee,late of Nassau county of the State of Florida, it is hereby ordered ::: patrons,that she has, opened the above DR.TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT :XAW.
deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said that the survey heretofore in this case di- establishment with every view ,to. their the last year.:been very sick, and in a greatly Witi. practice in the,several Courts of,Lair
county, for a final settlement of said estate, and rected to be made, ofth lands aforesaid, be returned comfort. During the last summer.she has had reduced state: of health, being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit otFioridMWM.
shall at the same time apply for Letters of Dis on the 17th day of April next, beforeme her house thoroughly ceiled, and extra. fire- variety of complaints such as females are liableto A. FORWARD, St.Augustine.
mission as such Executrix, of which all persons at the Court House m the town of Jacksonville places built, so that now she is able to offer them ; she got so bad at length that she was entirely LEWIS ALPRICBNewnansvdle..-_
: interested in said estate, are desired to I in said County,and that the'matter of the good and comfortable accommodations warrant- unable to walk,and was as helpless as a child; F. CRABTREE
take notice. MARY MURRHEE, : confirmation or rejection of the said survey, be ing to give satisfaction 'all who patronise her; she'.commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and WM. *
1! October 29th, 1847. Exe utriL set for hearing at said place, at 10 o'clock,',A. Conveyances into the country can be obtained she immediately'began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND> COUNSELLOR AT LAW./
M. of said day, and it is further ordered, thatat here. Mrs.,S., A. WIGHTMAN.' her complaints left her, and after taking several Jacksonville, Fla. : '
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. the same time, and place, there shall. be a .. Palatka, Dec.,to, 1847.. 3t bottles she is restored. Being a singular WILL attend to any business,entrusted.toiii
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that admin- hearing upon the application of' ,the United In Circuit Court, easel thought it might do good topublish it.- hands in any of the Courts in the Easter O 1'
NOTICE) on the estate of Eliza M. Crich- States for a, final order for the conveyance of SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN She used a number of remedies that done her cuit of Florida._ --:'
ton was granted on the 23th June, 1847, by the the premises described in their petition for' the AND 'FOR :THE' COUNTY OF HlLLSBOROUGH. no good previously.. Yours, respectfully, -
Judge Probate, for the county of Duval,State purposes therein mentioned and set forth, and Nancy Parish, ) CHANCEET: : S JOHN MULLEN, 87'Norfolk- t. FELIX, LIVINGSTON: ,.
of Florida. All persons, therefore, having for such other arid further orders and proceed vs. *" [ ATTORNEY AT ,LAW-, -'-
claims against said estate, will present them to ings,as the .tureoftbe case'may render ne James R.: Parish.: ,J. Bill for Divorce. TO..THE INDIES.. Jacksonville. Fit*-

cn'Til '..' the subscriber, within time prescribed by law, cessary. And it is further ordered, "That' a copy I T having been'niade to'appear to the satisfaction GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. WILL practice in all the Courts of the Mte
:-, which is two years from the date of administration of this order be published in the: (Jacksonville of the Court,by affidavit,that the 11bOn Da.To '. :SARSAJARILLA, is a sovereignand Circuit. L
or they will be barred, and those indebtedto ) 'News"' until the day S appointed.' 'for the named defendant1 resideIut of(the State of speedy cure for incipient consumption;'and a- __ '
said estate will make payment to- said hearing. r Florida, and' beyond 'the jurisdiction"'of this for.the: general.}prostration of the system-no 'AUGUSTUS C. GILLETJWATTORNEY
A. W. CRlCHTON, THO. DOUGLAS,.Judge of the f Court. matter Whether: the_ _result. of.inherent cause, AND COUNSELLOR AT .LA-.
Eastern Circuit of the State "' L n
Administrator. of Fl id& IT is ThEREIOREjOn motion of James.' by ,irregularity,.iimess or of Connecticut
Maroh 11th Mag- or causes, produced And.Commissioner}of,Deeds of the Sta
.Jacksonville, January 23th., 1848. 2m 1849.Administrator's bee, Solicitor"for said complainant, ORDERED, accident. ;'within and ftr the State q!Plor1'3AczsoxiLzi.
Notice. that the said :James:R.;Parish"*berequested, to Nothing can be more surprising than its in _' .... .
T. NOTICE. AT a Term. of the,.Probate ,Court of Duval appear. and answer,,the complainants rot. vigorating-effects on1 the';human (nuns. ,Persons .-: '
A LL Persons having claims against the es- County, to be held on the first'Monday complaint'herein filed within four months or a "U1'eakneu'"and lassitude, from taking it CHARLES P. COOPER,. .
tL tate of John M.Stafford,late of New Or- in April next, I. will. apply to said Court for Decree pro,confess?."i1l be taken'against him.v:'> at once become robust,and full of energy under ATTORNEY.ANF COUNSELLOR :AT;'; tWill
j-r, Jeans, La, deceased, will present them to the leave to sell certain female slave, named Jane,'. AND IT ISPURTULORDERED2: : 'Thztt'acopy: of, its, influence; It immediately;counteracts"the in the several Coutfth BU
subscribers! within the time prescribed by law, the property the, Estate of Priscilla Mattair, this Order duly'certified by thOtClerkofthisCourt nervelessness i 0fthefemale frame,which is the tern Circuit practice of Florida. :
opthey will be barred; and those indebted to deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors be published: : in wine newspaper:printed' great cause.of'barrenness.' Jacksonville E. F Nov. 26, 1847. ,
i' the said estate, will make payment to of said,deceased. ISAAC YARN,Jr.s .' within-the-fitate Florida, once'.a:week'con ,It will not,be expected j o?,us..in,cases of so a- --
i4 SUSAN STAFFORD Adm':; Administrator with the will secutively for four months. "** I to exhibit certificates.of cures "
annexed..,* '; :delicate a nature, CHARLES H.JPELOTVATTOBNE7 ; :
STAFFORb t: -x ''' "
F JOSHUA Adm'r. March 11, 1848.. ,a 4t GEO.'WMCRAJud oftjj.w'1 peroredbut.,we: can assure the afflicted that 'AT'W'y
Lz 6m >is' -J: ;ti nljk.frtn to us.. .AND COUTlSBltOB.
T&mpaBay, Sept 10,1847. S/utI have.been reported,
r hundreds of '
cases '
.Executor's___ _ Notlr.a. 'distressed 'S Little RierJJorida.; : fVfiu.
greatly .
n -- ----- Ir L JOHN W.ROBARXS, Clerk.of:'said r cJn''do'Jieeb.1 ,DR. TOWNSCTD; My:'wife being
:::,; : Administrators I Notice.t A, LL'persons indebted, to the Estate of FredenckRice rtlt1'the'lab tet be,'a;true' .of by.weakness! and general debility, andsuffering .'practice in the'several"Ctertecfj*!
,PERSONS demands the iA ,< deceased .are 1iested. to ; : entr,
having against with other'difficulties
SS;' t an Order duly made and 'antered' t' ord in; continually bv ;pain :and ; Eastern Circuit j-businesa <
,.t1: Estate of Oran Baxter deceased will hand make ,immediate' payment to ;the'subscriber, ,the'above'entitled*'causel i ":bVthetUth.'day'of. and having jbown cases where your to his care,,will.meet with:prompt attentioB.
Chen to the subscriber attested in,the !land all persons, creditors,','or legatees ? 4 "' ,* .- .
z; properly: having DecemberA.D' ,, 1847. : ,*" jll)' ; '4tS 1 medicine OiasTeffe rgjeat.'caws; and also ---- :
; titoe prescribed by law, and aU persons indebted demands against the Estate ofthe, deceased, ore ;.t ; ; "btrv' ',wITKUS" 'WH' .r"th., ).. 1h; eJl'!i- hearing it'recommended for suCh'cazesiiIhae, :JOSEPH W. FITCH, i'"
.the to make notified present. hem:without ; q e-i 1iATnic es abllshdhimseIftPALtWJ.td'
to said Estate, are requested I delay'other- .letm1' han' rliit I obtained a ,bott1eof your Extr 'ctofara'ilIa
; w5L en described !,; ; ME3m ,
cdiate payment to : wise their claims and;demands will be barred: ) }'there.belngLno :seal Ct office this ; and followed the directions you ;GENERAL. COMMISSION:;: \OWl
'I ; .
; HOLMES at the of two from 'the!date { ; business entrusted
T.O. Admr. expiration years ;! : tDec ijbjy.'Al\ period it reiiioedbercoth.pl ill'attend't any ,
: 11tdi7. ., mi' Wave rae.%In a:ihort I
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of 0. BAXTER., Deceased.JiivilleIinti&ry here t\ I :PHILIP'PRABD', Executor. I .y.ljJ.Jj.or'>1.t'; ; .j. W. .ROB4TS Clerk: 1htl.).4 restdred" her to health. ;'Belng care with'despatch: ', '.
7, 1848. '2m- Jacksonville, March 4, 1848. ,', :, 'otS k 'December'24, 1847. (:i 4m tt.t; ','"l",1'. grateful for the benefits she 'received,' I fake November Ifr, 1847 &t i iI I

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