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 8, 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.
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for.7Five Florida on the 25th day of June, in the year -o.-.t '' }' .r ;lttyoUt"P 1 i'd 'Mont'tr "t Bl i 01" II.
iTia cltt.rr-d will be charged for all announce.Creditara. The New York correroontent of: the .Delta that his son, .Bacchus built a rousing :
inUat'S ..ofbce.&quart' 1847, in .a certain cause wherein William:MarTin < "V. 'i *" "Xfc '*" '*>* ; any of.greatiAlpineexploitsryou ought:to warm fire in the sofc, an\i fate.ntd hij door to
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_Its or ca.ndidates 1-lont.bs. : I SJ 0 00 and Noah M. Martin were complainants th.s .n.J, character'L ;r .A C' f 4 :* : beprundedwitj green gauze vellipsaJejnquantities promoti lhacQmft>rt.WId lecirilyAonh& .

for 511 and : : 1000 and Richard II. Bradford, Administrator of John Jacob Aster has recently recovered box ofpectoral lozenges, a tetIufoeethtaieWto; tion. Being thus prepared ,Ihe.lei.Nrely.atri opera. I '

Satire tl Debtors for LfUt' Administration 5 00 Leigh Read, deceased, and others, were defendants from a somewhat serious Illness He is about I scope/iron mmppns ped himself and Diking thtvprJiaitive, J!

pplkati"n.All religious notices wIU beamed gratuieomrnnnieailoni I shall offer for sale on Monday the l6t ninety years old.= He is exceedingly feeblenril cut the mountains' dow that oppose"pou> pnvgress u1ludeI. to" by.-the .nether, edgaL'proceededjtoi. garment f 1 "

r: day o'f May next between the usual hours of er speaking except. in a 1V iispeiyIe is said,to :;planks,.throw ov chasms;:and ropestogether WC' -!k't.s.Jl! Iuitdit>f 'I11hid 'mLnae't&rni I r. ''II'
.tiusYJ.rr All 1I1nisabTe perSOflI1 sale, before the Court House at Newnansvillein refrain from the. "tteranccof, :a T lout tone.to bywhich'ou.aid, ,' yours guides maybe tt&C1ied 1l toseeTc; !u u 4ta'j.
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.? t(1..enIl1f'mf'II18.Priming.roust be paid on the the county aforesaid, the following described' 1z hard his breath and the strength of hislungs.Ie so that when one falls or.slips into,a cover. an opening. f tr the head.whenjae lost,his .

itT ll hills for work.Jub tracts of.Linds, or so much thereof as may be [ never moves except with the support of two crevice, the rest may'be sure to follow hltiijYoubught'also ---' >rpeiidculaiy! 'jtfid. begaif tV Step. ''ga'kjI t. .;'

1e1terS" COlnJAunicat".1DS the must be addressed. to sufficient to satisfy the 'decree in said cause to stout, serving men:. one';0n>either,-side. 'His ;on an expedition tnianatore\ back he went endeavuringvainly't6sto bimJ t tt't

r All.t H.1ZLARD. postage 1'.id..W wit: All that certain three thousand five hun wealth is literally beyond calculation, enormous to,.be furnished writingmaterials?and self, qr.to Sje!.out' thathot vibeingpe.. J

.nU.lT1' dred acres of land, being part and portion of an ; for it is impossible to give true ideas of there,is a yery usefullittle boxt' entitledf Five cisely In. r4O-tiII- jlusrojire.sand wftWoW 4 ;

undivided tract of four thousand acres, ceded the value of his multifarious r'So ic s. Forty I flnit'Xdvjce on thMakrug of Wills, which calves:came*Jnic nfactj7:'and he t6ok''axwwattc i

-. klf IT.8.M. tea-PncketLhio by the Spanish Government to one Don Francisco millions could*scarcely'cover*th worth of his 1 i would strongly advise'you to odd t6orptherscquirnents,1f'yin seAt.upotllts'1op1 'He;; rdlirwl and. rooit Ihabegged tt

'Roman Sanchez and*' described in said real and personal property' '$tephenGfrard's do nqt:happen to haVe a ,and baked 5 he ecmnted, aud ic&tecd/

I S BEWE, ._ cession as being situate ten miles to the West estate:was;.compared.with Astoriabututwasalways ;. lawyer,in-*'your,Buiteorparty.7 f, '=,, :i: '? u.j .'I till his,door was. burst from jfe fastenings. j.'lJ.
ward of the Alachua Road leading to St.Mary's, far below, it/ (At the.tim ofthe ,for- : Iii - : dragged fr6'n'Iiig.lr lS!'i hiJT.and t

VANNAH & PAr t\TKA, FLA., and bounded on the North by the Santa Fe mers death John Jacob asked, *{How,muchdid Horn a Reriemer'maylavbid Itjuti.iti.-J the bellowing"with Vgony.7 "- l' .U tt: ?* I l S5

S BY THE WAY OF River, and on the other sides by vacant lands, he leave?". "Seventeen millions?' 'waVtne reply -i palmy days'of the Edinburgh Review/; Sidney j .Many a long night he groaned and cursed .
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BEUXSWICK ST. MARY. GEO.; and since surveyed under the authority of the ; "That won't -do,'?.said thejjurvivon that : Smiths happened..tocall qn a colleague,.whom and many, a torturing runedjr did .the.doctors; iit

VJBIES JACKSO, 1TJLLE RllACK CREE AND United States and lies in Township six and wpn't do." Since Girard's,death,.gators wealth ; foundto. his surprise actually reading a bpok apply, before,he recovered.Ctorcmont Eagle.* j 'fi

pJCOLATA, FLORIDA. seven, south,,range eighteen, and is known up- has nearly doubled. Three summers,ago, he : for the purposeof,reviewing Jt. Having expressed p. .

connection with the Charleston Daily Mail on the plat of said survey as the claim of Fran- made, in the profits of certain purchases'of real his'astonishment'in theVtrongest tetins, AVe notice that several'of thie English' i-S I

Steara-packetsat In Savannah,the steamer SARAH cis R.banchez. And also an undivided interest .' estate within the city limits, tor'more thin isix- -hisfriend inquired,"how lie'managed, when allude to the emigration of operatives.jtth J.

*T TIXL from Palatka to Lake Monroe,the of fifteen hundred acres being parcel of another 'ty days consecutively $40,000 ft-day. The old performing critical ftice1'id> manufacturing districts, the United States i* t
SP. Mail Stages f rom Picolata to St. Augus- tract of land containing two thousand acres, millionarie is reputed to.be mean;,he is not so; .ney Smith, 1 never,read Ixwk, before review- large numbers Hundreds operatives in eTery ,

J U. S.and from Black Creek, Tia N Newnansville i ceded by the Spanish Government to one Don he is merely particular. He gives freely,i he ing, ;. it prejudicesa, man so." 'br n h of iuanu'facttirej'are leaving: the,manufacturing I
'tine and Columbus to and described in said is most bounteous in his private' charities. To
I Miaeral Springs Jose Simeon Sanchez, districts of Great'Brit icf,setKng t
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Alligator Tallahassee., cession as being situate on the Santa Fe River, his countrymen, the Germans, he has ever been Freight on Mr.Adams' Remains.-A statement in this, country employmentit, at"'prices that

OCAMOLGEE. Capt. McNELTY. and bounded on the West by lands of Don munificently kind. It is not to,.be denied that latelyJn'some.of th Northern papers, that the will keep hunger from their doors,;Vhich lad4. .j 1in

ST. MATTHEWS, i; K. KING.WM. Francisco Roman Sanchez, and on the other his ancient habits cling to him'-) habits of saving New HavenRailroadi; ;company charged freighton nied them at home; .. '' .J 1 !of;:

GASTON, -- J. HEB o\E.D. sides by said River, and which has been since" a dislike to payout his mo ey. Take a Mr. Adams' remains,tw
These packetsleave Savannah every TUESDAY surveyed under the authority of the United Ii true anecdote as illustrative of this'-Among of confirmation, ,at,the time it was made. 'We The Milwaukie papers says thai It :is'riou. l

and SATUEDAY MORMNG, at 10 o'clock, and arrive States and lies in townships six and seven, the subscribers to Audubon's magnificent workon learn from the Boston,Times,'however,,that .theMay common thing for 1,200 teams to' rriyein'that.cityupontwoofitsprineipalavenue&1tjo ..4:1

at PicoUta in time for the Mail Stages to go south, range eighteen, in the county of Alachua, Ornithology, the subscription price of:which r of New Haven has come 6ut"with,: state

through to St. Augustine before night every and is known upon the plat of said survey as was $1000 a copy, appeared the,name of John ment,'froro which it appears, the charge, was wonder that plank roads ,are.talked,of where, i
Thursday and Monday. the claim Joseph S. Sanchez and others ; Jacob Astor. During the progress of the work, justly alleged-that. the fares, and the freight the travel is'so'imnene_ J.< T -. *' n 5

Returning, leave Pa1a.tkaevery TUF SAY and I which said lands are situate in said county of the prosecution of which was exceedingly ex were demanded, and the body of the illustrious -:-,-1 ,> -.'-' -3$* If r'."",

FEIDAT)IOEXIMJ, at? o'clock,touching as above : Alachua. WM. GIBBONS, pensive. Mr. Audubon of. course called upon dead'was first placed'in an old freight car and Prentice of th.LouisvilleJournaldenies 1 r J:!

wh way.They Sheriff of Ala county. several'of his subscribers for payments., It so only removed to 'passenger car, when remon- he was ever challenged to fight ,,a duel. .by,Taliant I R

ire all loa pressure boats, in complete Newnansville,Fla., April 1, 1848. 1m happened .that Mr. Astor, (probably that he strances were made..-Baltimore Sun, Senator Foote ; and adus/that ll-B aa i i1'i_

-order and handsomely furnished in every respect might not be troubled about small matters) was and steamboat tnivelling in the West is considered : ii
commanded by gentlemen of well not applied to before the delivery.of all the letter A Phenomenon Explained.>rof. Faarfect, much more dangerous'to life and limb t'\
; are Alachua Sheriff's Sale. and plates. Then Mr.Audubon asked mentions as a striking evidence'of the
experience on the route, and their pat- press symmetryof than standing up.to be .shot'at by.the hot-hear ti
known virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued for his thousand dollars but lie nature's that mushroons
assured that attention will be BY ; was put off, on operations always ded little "gentleman fromMissiasippL? .
rons are every the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit "" %.l. J :
of one excuse and another. 'Ah, Mr. Audubon, spring up in n shower; which is doubtless the T **<--
uud comfort '
jaid to thc safety plSSCllO"l.rsan of Florida in and for the county of Duval, would the of millions observe like umbrellas f .t5.J
to the careful handling of freight. owner ,you come reason they are shaped "Do my cars de civ me I11 said Augustus tIS
in said State, directed to all and every the at a bad time; money is very scarce; I have Farfetched, indeed in the
AGEMS: Pitzpop a rapture, at opera, :"can theo i i-
Sheriffs of said State, wherein Robert Brown, nothing in bank;I have invested all my funds."
Savannah. be sounds of heaven decriro .
& or..do..m1.e&r8:
xLroob Topper ;
Darien.C.Fnedlander Executor of Jehu Mizell is plaintiff, and MosesS. At length, for the sixth time, Mr. Audubon "Balanceof'Pow&' in America.-It appears 1"t -
VlDeLonue me our ears may yoii)?? aid old ; i
I :; Brunswick. Hyams and George M.Galpin, are defendants, called upon Mr. Astor for his thousand dollars.As that Sir Robert Peel has taken up the subject, Roger, in a semi- dible'voice, "b t th y'aon't :

, Job Bcssen -, St. Marys. I have levied upon and will expose for sale on he was ushered into the presence, he found of the "balance of power' on this continent.We .- deceive any body else-ithvy're 'the>only'trtfef i '

fernandez & Bisbw. Jacksonville.jLCoy the first Monday in April next, at the CourtHouse William B. Astor, the son, conversing with his :find the following' paragraph in reference index we have of your charatcr.P-.BoziOaPiit. '

Black Creek. in the town of Newnansville in the father. No sooner did the rich man see. the ,to the matter in'the London Daily News, of the ( if' .

Ceo.Cooky, - Picolata. county of Alachua., in said State, between the man of art, than he began, "Ah, :1r.Audubon, 24th February, in a notice of some remarks of "Ine'been Law?-A suit ,to recover.twenty' T1 ; S

E.fi. Reid Palatka.LLafittetCo. usual hours of sale on that day : A certain lot so you have come again after your money ; Sir Robert Peel, made the night before: five dollars the amount'of a1 note given for', 1f

Charleston. of land, in the town of Newnansville, with a hard times, Mr. Audubon, money scare: but "Sir Robert Peel expressly alluded to America horse. having been three years before the1 courts .

1\ .-Goods; consigned to the Agents for- good dwelling house, kitchen and other out- just then catching an inquiring look from his and to Mexico, and we are exceedingly sorryto in Wyoming county,N. Y, has just termiDated.t, '
from Sa- houses thereon, the property of George M. Gal- son, he changed his tone: however, Mr.Audubon hear him do so.' The British :Governmenthave the
Tirded free of commission. Freight ,Verdict.was, given for plaiiinamgutclaimed f'
Svuiuiah and Charleston and all way freight pin, to satisfy said writ, and interest and costs I suppose we must contrive to let you have wisely backed out of all principle of interference with costs; the latter .amounting. ;
thereon. WM. GIBBONS, some of possible. William" he in those regions all pretensions of ,
by shippers.September your money, preserving about eight hundred dollars! Such is law: .
.payable 17 1617. If Sheriff Alachua county. said, calling to his son, who had walked into an the balance of power, all anxiety to dispute .;.- n.J .rij'.jt. ; h

N Newnansville March 4, 1848. 5t adjoining parlor, "have we any money at
f5- The above sale is postponed until the the bank F "Yes, father!" replied William B.. rfluence.in the New World., This has been the arrived at ,Troy a little th'niu Indiana j

IN CIRCUIT CO CRT.EASTERN first,Monday in May next April 1 supposing that Le was sked an earnest question most wise, the most pacific, and the most dignified German family: composed,; of a inn; his wife, 5 ".:i,
what had,been if could
pertinent to they talking policy. And we transfer little of I and thirty two children. The children are all .
1 ST. JOHNS: IN {1LU C&ILY. Alachua Tax Collector's Sale. about when the ornithologist in, "we have this policy tQ our.European system-to Spain, I 'J
girls and were produced at sixteen birth
The Southern Life In- 1) I be offered for sale at public outcry, two hundred and twenty thousand dollars in .for.example the state.which. Sir Robert Peel .: :,
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',turance & Trust Compa-jaiy j-1 WILL front of the Court House in the town the Bank of New York, seventy thousand in also held,.out to us as a cause ,of disquietude : 'i tMa.t .
to use Arthur }L { Bill to Foreclose. the thousand in the 'Merchants and ath1Jsftls. -The Democratic members of ,
of Newnansville in said county on Monday the City Dank ninety armament-we should not be surrenderingany .
Ueed, j f 14th day of August next within the legal hoursof ;, ninety-eight thousand four hundred in right or interest worth contending for, the Legislature the State of House Massachusetts held a meeting ; ;.:

vs.Augustus sale a sufficient portion of the undivided in- the Mechanics', eighty three thousand".That'll whilst.we should remove all possibility of .ci- at on Tuesday evening, : c

Poujaud. j terest of the following named persons in and to do, that'll do,': exclaimed John Jacob, ther collision or rivalry between France and and unanimously expressed their preferencefor
IT Laving been made to Ippear to tl> satisfaction certain tract of land known as the Arredondo interrupting him, "it seems that William can England" Levi Woodburyj of New Hampshire;*;aft the $!J

of the Court by Affidavit, that the Grant to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereonfor give you a check for your money." .We find nothing more particular as to Sir Democratic candidate for President iri'th'e : :-.:
Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed the State and county, for the :year 1847, It is true that Mr.Astor has laid aside nearly Robert's remarks in any of our papers. He had tion of 1848. elec'j'j .

ia the above entitled. cause. resides out of the and all cost and charges for the advertising and half million for the establishment of a free library I better not barn his, fingers with the matter.
" &:; *te of Florida and out of the United States in the city of New York. He has wisely .Balt., Sun. A gentleman not very long since,'wishing ? .;
sale thereof to :
and in India Islands and pop the question, did.it in the following siDguII '1'
Cuba one of the West ,
The undivided interest or portion of Blood- limited the cost of the building to sixty thou- .'
I beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, good and Thos. Tilleston.The sand dollars; so that his beneficence shall not, Thv Traveller's. Door Fastener.-A. most. simple larmanner: Taking up the young ladyVcat: ,* ': [the

On motion of C. AY. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor. toruid interest of Charles A. Jarvis like Mr. Girards, be thrown away on marble ,instrument (that-may carried, in the corner said "Pussy, may 1haveyonrnuistrcsaV'Iwas i
answered the who said
Complainant. The interest of Noah Jarvis and mortar. He has, in his will, appointed as of*a waistcoat.pocket,) to make burglary ., by lady, "Say yes. .

It u Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- The interest of Jeromus Johnson. librarian, Mr. J. G. Cog well, a gentleman of impossible. Two.small metal plates (not .much PUzSvJ <. '. .
jiud and others be required to appear and answer The interest Alexander Muir. profound learning and varied accomplishments, bigger. than two dominoes) 'are formed into a 1 .
The WUmot Proviso.:The Senate" of''tEe
said Bill Complaint within six months The interest of Mordecai Myers. the former editor of the N ew/Y ork Review, who wedge by the insertion of a piece of wood between : .tJi
or the some will be taken as onlessed against The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the I has for many years been 'an ;inmate of Mr.As- them. The under plate has two small State of New York by a voteof2ito2 [Adams .. ''W-Jt
andBetts have resolved that there
him. 1846 and '47. i ter's house. lie has named Washington Irving spikes that catch the floor. .Thus the sharp ,] ehaU>be irJ.

II is further Ordercd,That a copy of this Order, years The interest of Ichabod Frail. I as one of his executors, which will, of end of the "fastener".under the door. the.more neither Slavery nor Involuntary Servitude?!.ia .f

duly certified by the Clerk ofthis Court, be published The interest of Aaron Peck for the years i course, render the author Astoria prodigious- the party on the outside: endeavors to get in, any States."i Territory hereafter acquired by"theTInited; i/-ri: ;;

in some newspaper printed within the 1846 and '47. ly rich. Fitz-Green Halleck is, and has been the'more-r-as Billy Lackaday would say-he is '_'0 '___ _- .,. :, : 1 Jt-1
Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month consecutively The interest of Cyrus Perkins. for many years, Mr.Win. Aster's (who is saidto kept out It,is not only useful to the mere Kentucky' Nominations.-The' Democratic'" I/'* T '

for six months. The interest of John N. Sayer. be worth five millions, independent of his father I traveller, but to' people in lone houses. For ntion.of I
has noniinatedthe
y Kentucky Hon
{[Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.L The interest of John M. Seaman. ) book-keeper. Is it not singular, that Mr. I instance there are thousands.of timid gentle- Linn Boyd'for Governor, and i'for' i

PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for Astor, who is an illiterate man, should have women who when they shall know it-will hail Lieutenant'Governor. Messrs.J'VJo1. Cass"and Sut .
-Io hereby certify the above to be a true copy schol- this door fastener their &\
him eminent
the years 1846 and 47. gathered near persons so as little as invincible pro- ler were mentioned in connection with the 1'5
Iran Order, duly made and entered of record The interest of Wm. Thorn,for the years 1846 ars and authors? tector.; And it has this farther advantage the, ination.fqr the Presidency." J1OJDI. I ;
in the entitled the sixteenth :
above on t-
cause and '47.The wedge may be withdrawn by the.attached cordcarried \

day of August. A.D. 1847.) interest of John K. Townsend. ''' A Stage Storm.-There was a terrific stage I ,to thebe. l-side, and Mary may be suf-, "Lo t'a-heah, 'Poddy'.wh-wha wtarli 1St t
I B. DUMAS '" you
fered in, with the hot water withoutmistress'g
Foote. come
The interest of storm in one of the Easter pieces, brought but you a hugghandkissitf'dat' ar'post'for?'
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. her. "
The interest of Jesse Delano. the illustrious Elliston at'Drury-lane. As.machines ttirig up'to'sdn
by said colored
a : since
Jw 7 1848. lamfGm man, a day or two on18e&o! Ul
The interest of Shivers Parker or 0. M. Dor for making artificial oceans had not .Irishman
An Irishman .writing letter to his sweetheart lug an ,,tightly.embracing one of,the
manThe then been invented, turbulent element,was whether she would of hislove telegraph posts, near this city.on the'New York
111 Circuit Court interest of Alfred Deforest or 0. M. Dor- imitated by little boys, who kicked, about on asking accept line. : ." .1 titti !

EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: the stage under a cloth painted s sea-green. 'Several or not,writes thus:-"If you don't love me I HoWld yer toong}nagerj:don't''be playin* tJi

CUUXTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCEKY.&ry man.The interest of Benjamin L. Waite or 0. M. young .gentlemen were engaged for this plaze send back'the, letter. without. breaking the boderation Mid me nfltr.whin yes.saa I'm inga-
Moore } 0 Dorman. purpose at one shilling per 'night; but when : r Y 4 goo.mtlrelyl. rcpliedPat* ,.;,. ,
'. v Bill for Divorce. The interest of Barnabas Osburn.I for the the run of.the peace was slackening, this handsome 'Coincidences.. 0"'London' notes"as" remarkable "I-I-I dusn't want to boder y e".-;but' Fd" like to'5 il 4

Henry Moore. ) years 1846 and '47. independence was reduced one.half. The paper the know WULt'you'idoin"dat'8 alL" '--*' &**?* rY:
OV oinciden between
TT kavhag: been made satisfactorily to appear The interest of Thomas Doremus. waves immediately called a meeting,'and"'resolved a'seri s es' It '"Och-ye smutthy-faced bla-"guard'don't y.' t

1 %y affidavit. that Henry Moore, the defendant The interest of Rufus Davenport.The that the entire sea should strike.1.Accordingly .revolutions of 1830 thatithei and1848.' was, ..saa that.Ps: ,Bt'alin' this}>pportunity:on the tile-'
named in the above entitled cause, resides ,interest of James. Suydam.The that night,. although the peas and 'on Sundayt resolved July,25,1830,:the fatal ordinances'which'brought' graph to make love to.me dar1i'littl oomaninPhiladilphyf rf.i
fcyond the jurisdiction of this Court, out of interest of John Rodman, for the years sieves pattered away like hail the. powderedresin I ,?L upon u "- > "--JT_
o'j outbreak 'i t Snn'day" tiJ
1U Bfcte and in the State of New York, therefore 1846 and '47 flashed forth its direst'ligM.ningTand; 'the the f was on Louis- *", "' "" '..-'. III"..'-"!--- .Jf;,'f- J!.
Cabinet..ofr :
,on motion of Gregory Yale Esq., Solicitor The interest of Thomas Dexter, marked on sheet-iron rolled out terrific thunder;'the sea, February'20, that the; -. '.wish youvwouldngiv.e me,.that gold ring on'your t s.
Philippe tOforbid the reform
for said complainant the map of said Grant, owner not known for to the horror of the prompter, was as calmuu'anew resolved banquet., .finger7 said andy to.&?country girl t

Jt is Ordered, That the said defendant appear the years 1846 and 47. carpet. He raged louder than. the! .half- +. It.was.on.Monday.July.20.1830.that..the "for it''resembles"the.duration'"of mjrlove fbrjoii ao

od answer the bill of complaint Mid com- The interest of Henry Dudley, for the'years mad storm lifted a margin of the ocean and en- journalists1 of Paris; began' to'excite th people; ;' -it has 'no nd:' "Excuse Jnie
TJlainant within four months, or the same'will 1S46 and'47. joined the boys to toss about with energy. ,,Upon itwai'onMoiulayi; 'the .21st ofFebruary1848,' she,.MI choose to keep it, for ittisJikeze.bIemicaL r. .'
in the Chamber
that Deputies
kUVen as confessed against him. THOS. C. ELLIS,'late Sheriff 'this an urchin'popped .t.hi head from;the, the Opposition .theMinis- .. of mine for* i1, you. -ithas.na. beginning -
againstthe resolution '-<> rf ->- tf- i, .
,4I it rtrtllff'Orderld, That a copy of thiswdet and Ex-officio. Tax Collector, "briny deep," and mqUlred/"S1Xpennyftves' protested '" i,4.. '* .
ter8., pnjTue8dayJuly.27 the,. evo1utlon.of .. ,."- ,, ,.. ,
: ,' 't"tll
for Alachua ; d
Clerk of this Court nadnd alternative
duly certified by the county. or shilling ones 2"', The prompter '
1830b the'29tn 'on; .
be published in printed within 19 1848 6m ones/ Forthwith' HBnding'bn Thursday JWarft.Wiater A. writerin e.Sa1euiRtgiat
some newspaper, February. /, find replied, "shilling ,I i 'revolution of 1848
toe Eastern Circuit of Florida, once week. con- .- -. I- the sea was agitated as fiercely and suddenly y'; February- : 'tcr.8tatcIuktJ1 iindsihepresentwlnUrthe.
IeCUtireJ > Jo.: began and it aIso:!endedonTkurSdaywhcnLouJsPhiIippeabdicated.'i.] : ; iitietwithin th e'last ",
]for four months. STATE OF FJLOBIDA t if a real squall lad sprung'. up. Family S01'enteen'.1ear& .L a
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.: MONROE.COUNTY. Milltr. *5"J5r M orV I / n :Ai OXt"i mean heat h'as been 23 per cent'greater'thanthe- '.

S OSCAI HART, Clerk of said Court, do hcre7 :Benjamin, 'Megin, 1mVSI .1. ,.7t ,) : i,;w : ._ ,.._ .._'_' ,.-Z: :I average of the.seventeen years., : h .
1-* Scheme. A t. Price Problems.-l.If 5>{yards'makea perch
oprtify the above to be a correct copy of ah Brand Irish Agitation -- >largemeeting -' ",
lorder made and entered record in the above Thomas, Taylor Phiip.In Chancery. .of the, friends of,,Ireland was..helC# ; 'how manywill make ia trout 1 Jz\;& J1f. f ,rn.Iart1a returns' from the south' part :

'1t&tled cause in said Court on the tenth day of'UZYA.D James, FiIor.! Louis on the eyaoing "of/the..23d, lL'AJlafl1; trc 2.If,: 2. .,h'ogsh.- adS nake. a pIpe how many' ,will''mak ', of IKe,State arefavorable'to the adotiO'Ofthe'
.tawyeran "
1848. to affidavit" that,Thomas of pperaQons5 was 'submitted in.:which"H was i C1gar'1 J .rl.t Mth4" 1.pz .:,-": new constitution. 'Abo iin .favor of"thet&r e.mill '
rT appearing me convention the, 1., 3.1J If 60,seconds mike a minutejhOW.'m&flY? ,tax and. ,the elusion
IN WrtKESS WHEREOF hereunto set JL,Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants. the proposed:"id ,hold national' jt of friBe7negro lromf
fT -'
t&j] my hand and. affix die seal of said bill fil dln the'above cause, reside lout of the friends',' of 'Ireland .m .the.'United tates and; 'minutbottle.ho1dei'7"" ,& how tV manywifl.f :s- the.,'..State.-., ..,S, .. -, ".- .. ,, .::.ITV"6-__ :) _.j .ubiu!,.J t",, i.
Court OSCAR' HART, Clerk. Florida 'and'that the sa d ThomaB'Tay- C ii .t'lb j.NYoxkgayin : nt11e'Jd M f 4If-2 gallons Make one peckjr
State of '
February 19, 184$.. 4m lor resides Europe, ,and,that the;said.P.Jillip next4u1y,for fhe pupoiof orgn1Zifla : make one thirsty1 U. ,** v '- "- ,s. rs-jjm.!{*j! ;'' ibei'Aa latir break' P'ofth j teefofalew !I:

'resides in' the ,State'Mississippi; system.ofagitation mehs1fotbat, 'suffeing' ; -h.fi.'i Can-you 1iescribe a perfect C11't1eW1thout; they were described as retiring from tha tem- I <
is Ordered That '.defendants appear tIt 'country,.,, % watfalso, :,:.p'r poseClHai anna.of:. 'WiddicombliY.7'L' perance festiial/itll of spirits. s.
:' NOTICE. ; shall '$100,000be'r' .'s&id fund to baplaced in the- "S-6t 1fi6draninakeTipennyw! eight:.Ixow maity -:
.l1 ers arenereby, :notified,:that the and answer' the said .bill,"ptherwiit* .of' en"cit3ieni of' hItedSt8OfStates ; trill make. creditor'wait I. '. aur.' i'4y' : {: 'The eost'of, the' two new houscifPiiaeat !
dersigned' :his been appointed Admin- pro confessb. That: a ,of this'Orrder J wn'." i t iti. "t ,he:"io.v st i.,in11J t c! 'I : :. .-; ;; ;,Ji d:1VA t: ,in London will amount fo the,,enormous.sum of 'L
rt1 de- is further Ord.ei4'; copy,
Upon the e6t.at, fjohi.CSmith. Jf' securities, the inteiOst/'fwdchw9uid 11: iilr."'Meiiill&c.m presented jj-! Y 'fiit 1
late .Colombia,; County, Florida; and ,i>6 published in some newspaper pin4in b'deyoted, toTdisseminatinc! .intelligence 'cerfor'"gallantry/'what should be given.to a; : : I

? indebted 'to.the estate, of said. d ediAn.requestecl'to the: Eastern' CuitfFlOTid' refereric i the once idTbothu ft"jmonth i'the ruthless"'* J -oppression-' -. Cfl ;exercised 1)ftht;] ;: yotingiLady who luriderl disguise) had Bravely ; .T :''i ')B It I8. (lW g
iri gju .
tiiinoutli: .
make immediate paymentrsons Britishvgovemm"eniBaltimore -.tn .2 distingttished] henelf on the field of battle?. the intention or GOTmuaes' !.ppQ1a. ,
months in'refmn i ,
e .hoHing'claims against said estate Taylor ;ah'dbnca a week"for; fqur .1..;, Sun.''* -r,1 1p. .sJ$ f. if MM. f,%jujswiuLr-s iSsfej 'T""t'. ShieJdsAm". iutotl ."RQB1.V" ", .,,
ft ', 5. .
: -' l.4 t. ,
e Sawyer. ,_ o
to thq said Philip .
-.f aquW th'em duletb118hd "t .J" ; m her*Wftg1oi,31 .
ble herto
o ,
present Pal ta a repose .
v "> -. ? >' 1 STEB\ ." ", ,.. .,;. '
Q **'tim prescribed', law: or thia. no- JOS; f 1.41 'K''W. ste1'2l 1\ t 1 i'e"
l' ,
i v.r'i.i ? by. .J. io J" fFl id 'En W :Th 'f rth'at on-; fJ hiW'L'4 "
t dgOCirCUIt
'il1 \ ,
; : i : I i twy.
exkilled. _
'A : : < pfj jSAi.e fto
: of Great Britain .St .
LIZADEtIIS3I1Tit TriOs F. KxcGSol.-for..C mp, :.: al expenditures are f
; ": .
ch 11, 3IS.' ", "Administratru"* 2iu""* Key West, February. 19;1848. 9m .f.I at $272,980,000..t.t..tldt 1*J g: l'1fl.t. r/jI",1..f13l ._ j ,rtA t 'r"i ,tjMtry& J : It .' _. .ff'


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dI1 f theopinIon : ,
.-.1..mH: 1 HIGaEIYY AND",ABOLITIONISM. appointed |Weareda ." ". t' i <,. ""BLrV'piIIT.. '
*' ., :. ; ; E' NEWS.. .. We have r'a:long _time.' avoided:drawing that )lr.t IWot'8>Teiy_'reasonable' leaders'demand these..willba .\ ,,mjJrtri, : .., a) .' f tyiWhigsjW ;who s gDS.himself ,.--p." .' ..:\.- .'BRGttAND ,'!<"'-.qi'':1' ._,.w'.:'-:.
shield complied'with,:so far as the 'in _. ,recommcnds the-suspension .,of publicopiouio1iin It could scarcely be....u.IfII1BOTemenf .1
relation .
'betweenthe by -
% any comparisons; f ;but,we must
ar +
f: JACKSONVILLE APRIL 8 184JB 1 t provisomovements ; relation to: the of' finlvlfatsefuod great which has Vow .
the Democratic and parties at the Northtowards ;too to see the affiliation betweeatWHgRew -: : : : .
Whig confess surprise ,
.. should hare been felts In.,. ,. '.t...;.:.:: f
tL'. the Wilmbt Proviso men and'Abolitionfor ; and B tn1n sojrabliclyrecognized brought. against' MrCabell. 'by. hisAbolititm'frien British.UUafe; '.,. ., '

.;, ists we deemed the,defence of our institutions on the,ooror: Congress... However, J ; He says 'ire:_ought to wait; In London," i 'tr1nng d ...
;.a ,, which'should unite all parties at U wtUt'e't indicate to;all true Democratsthe to hear,from Mr:;Cabell..before final'sentence is experienced hi'the ear!y,1trt j t ibex-, !I(:
a subject of these'half-bred provisomongrels. .
j! .. true position : thediaorderUeaer. eo ::;
nfled .
him. This: would be te
the South, and which did not require to be fettered .'' .. __. passed upon a very proper'course boys and"citizesa.xratwas of. -fi .. '

.4 ,' with factious recriminations, that would -to pursued if-Mr.. C had not already lJ) ediJ1.n.tGnd.. .

;r tend only to separate more widely asunder.:. .THE FRENCH:'REVOLUTION/_ full time .to deny the 'charge. Six or eight ':In Glasgow;
t .It ....EIIO'BAT.C.1Y8111.1Y.TION8.> But the present course of the Whigparty'the Again has the.r bloody. ;.flag {Revolution been 'weeks have: elapsed;since..,it,'appeared _in the persons were ttnlortuaat&11 e hl 4

'" t ., "' raised oTfi'-mJg i1 empire. ,Again has a Monarch Boston Atlos and Mr.,'C.'has not dared to military.! The rioters fn tIIa&ellJ',. it : A
f. .. North, the anti-slavery position; of:its great : deny thieves, who plunder the'iho' .
;f* :tIf FOR GOvERNOR OF FLORIDA: leader, Mr. CLAY and the,,perpetual'taunts oft been:'hurled.,from' a throne"disgraced it, nor will hV ever dare. to deny itlf, lam dently no.political ob J ects'ia' ...- ,.., ,.

!, ;; GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY., the Whig press upon'those Democrats who have with the abuse'of, usurped power.. A.PROPHET.' :In Manchester, home i lead: etJq fox .:

i", 4t.: determined to support Southern rights,does cer- That France should'of all the European con has been exhibited, .but :every :
% tinental : SPEECH OF ME.'X ULE OF FLORIDA.-We are quiet.. ,In our own: town, tranqV
X -. FOR CONGRESS: tainly claim some notice at our hands,- coupled nations first rise from its lethargy and undisturbed. Numbers of 1i9._, f

: WILLIAM P. DUVAL. as it is,,with the course of the present Congress.We throw off the chains of absolute power, :was indebted to some friend at Washington for a and.others have assembled, :on unemj the J&oyed :

r!"i. ..., cannot but perceive a deadly enemy arrayed most natural. The people had long known copy of the speech of. Mr.'Yulee on the resolu no political>> feeling is,observed.In ::l1,-.

);n. FOR rRESlDENTIAL ELECTORS: against us, who for ambitious purposes and their ability destroy an oppressive:govern tions of Dickinson of N. Y. He discussesthe ;Ireland, no breach of the; peiC ,

:: : GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. for its speedy elevation to power, will alwaysbe ; ment under Mirabeau. 'They had known their power of Congress overthe Territories, and taken tarn'portion Placebat. of the the press exciting Which Ianguagieta:.'
CHARLES H. DUPONT of Gadsden. ready to sacrifice the compromises of the tremendous vital energy under Napoleon.. Eng particularly the power of the territories'Slavery. over thing within our -recollect: aria_ i ib

Constitution.The land had not the causes for an outbreak.. The He assumes, what is true, /that the the attention. the authorities.i We

> V.8fe. -'. JOHN MILTON, of Jackson CoruzlyI following extract from that bitter Whig other European nation' were distrustful of Constitution of the U.'States is the fundamental apprehension of any disturbance" of tb.",
e'J<* I"I journal, the New York Tribune, is certainly a their power. law,.and that all municipal laws.or regulations peace of; throughout England ; erallJ,'; la,
: DEATH MR. THOMAS H. HAGNER.-The sing political opinions, although u.
d ,4' OF startling exposition of the true state of the case. But'a man who had been made an Exile by inconsistent"with its provisions with sed state of trade;'and the existing !2

-S. i intelligence of the death of this distinguished It is headed "The Roll of Infamy," and.is In one,revolution, and a King by another, learned the law of. this country; cease to exist immediate= naturally incident totheafialn
IX.\\i '.., legislator\ and jurist will be received with deep tended to consign to perdition those Northern no wisdom'y his misfortunes or success,. and |y.on the United States becoming the owner of ent,#might,, we,: fear, produce a (aqua"

v'-! .f' : concern by many citizens of East Florida. He Democrats who voted against the principle of abused the,gift of the French people. Alwaysan new.territory* Slavery being recognized: by tuda for ,and time suffering to amongst nam.' a- _. _.
some. come.
$; '. .' died oa the 26th nit, of a disease of the liver, the Wilmot Proviso. From the fact thai the avaricious man,and.. at the 'time of his ascending I 'constitution, must exist under the constitution "'.4 o., .

t Hi&: t .;t! leaving behind him a widow and two infant Northern Whigs voted for it in a body,and thata the throne,probably the richest in Eu- so.long as the Territory is(the property'of THE FRENCH PBOVl8JONAt'.GQv., -.Ji .

,f;.;" children. majority of Northern Democrats were opposedto rope, he added to the natural vice of his character the U. S. The speech of Mr. Yulee expresses WENT.overirinent '
The Provisional
] "Virw Unimpeachable in his private life, and equal- it, no one at the South can avoid forming peculiar a mistaken idea of the rights of the pea our own opinions so fully that we will embracethe Lamartine-as Minister ; jjd. a.

erf.. : ,:: a led by few in this State in his profession, his opinions respecting.the State parties at ple, and an injudicious way of securing his earliest opportunity to law portions of it is a poet and philosopher f.Fomp,.and as ad: -ad."'$0

,t fellow citizens will soon feel the loss of a great the North upon this question. And yet Southern family upon the throne. These causes have before our readers.Montgomery (Ala.:) Flag. popular favorite. M.Arago,the I out'.

'.. and good man. As a statesman he promised to Whigs can blindly listen and approve of this worked his downfall.A retary of the Academy of sden $ ,('
*. {'," become the first of the Whig party and although chem philosopher; He',wasboraia: 1-
in the
:,.. that Northern Democrats who advocated their gray haired Sbylack, laying up useless When Louis Philippe was United States and eloquence not
possesses I s'ad. !
; of to all of his leading
we were course opposed rights, are to be inscribed on a "Roll of Infa- hoards of gold, determines to cut the claws of the celebrated Talleyrand also visited this coun- tific attainments., M.: Carnottie; ':neirJO( t.I

ti measures, yet the manly stand he took on several my.. The following is the extract, which the Lion who has raised him from nothingness.He try in exile. The latter remained here but a ter of Public Instruction, was bora ia'1801'aD.!
I. i : occasions during the last Legislature has short time. The New York Journal of Com- ranks as one of the purest and moat'" *
should be read by every citizen of the South. collects from the body of the people he French democrats. -

t-' .'. won our admiration from its proving that THE ROLL OF INFAMY. would oppress his hundreds of thousands, and merce has the following, respecting the sojournof M. Dupont de L'Eure,President of the

k" r.1 -,:; his acts were based upon principle, and that, Ticenty-seven Loco Focos (including the Na- dressing them in red coats, intends them as the these two distinguished personages in that cal, is a virtuous,able man,esteemed by tie Coaa.fa.

unlike many around him, he was not actuated the Free States united with not however at pie. In 1842 he '
f.,\.. tive Levin) from instruments of his tyranny. From a deeply city. Talleyrand was "aged" determinedly opposed tie fee
:.. solely by self. the South on Monday to vote down the principle : the time. ,Guizot ministry: and was returned for four fcl,?
:r ::; On the 27th nit, the Bar of Middle Florida at that Slavery shall not be planted under our indebted and overtaxed people he annually demands *: The House.- The house where Louis leges of the department of Euier vn tie pna"'St -
; National Free Territory whichwe immense sums for a vast military police : pies he advocated. -- "
upon any ,
held at resolutions lived with the lame
i ,t a meeting Tallahasseepassed Philippe aged Talleyrand
r ,
Mexico the M. Armand Manast is the
may acquire from by expected and for the support of a never ending brood of talented editor f i
:, ; % of their deep sense of the loss sustained on the Bloomingdale road, at 75th street, is un- ,
expressive follows
Treaty of Peace. Their names are as : republican>> paper, the National,and uncomm.misingly .
Royal Children. The citizens of Paris who and be obtained for
occupied might
\ ,
r his bereaved family and by the community opposed the
by From New York. sway ofLouisPhlhppeoall "
the if there is in its
had placed him upon the throne, and whom, of King now, any thing associations occasions.M. -. r
: generally. AUSBURN BIRDSALL Binghamton, Broome Co.
I' to solace him in his second fugitivestate
.'j., : ... ... '. DAVID S. JACKSON, 12th Ward, City. course, he must particularly guard against, see ; the state to which royal blood seems so Marc, minister of public-works,:& a p&i

J ; .. : DEATH ME. JAS. A. BERTHELOT.-The last FREDERICK. LORD, Suffolk Co. with astonishment and alarm immense fortifications .- much exposed. On a rock on the banks of the advocate who has sided with politic rmr endea
t. r... : OF M.Gamin Page the Mayor of Paris is
7th Ward ,
Hudson in the of the house
":". number of the Floridian brings to us the melancholy rising around, evidently intended rather rear Talleyrandused vpcate who has retained a character
,.. [4 Yes to 4 No : 3 absent] to sit and read two hours each morning.It botta'lt-
,:. a intelligence of the death of this,one of From Maine. WILLIAM SAWYER, for an enemy within, than without the walls of is yet called Talleyrand's rock.V e would right and respectable. -

t :r. '.: our most distinguished of fellow citizens. He ASA W. H. CLAPP, [5 Yeas to :5 Nays.] their city. not reproach the twice-fallen Prince, but wish Government Al. Ledru Kollen was prosecuted byth kt
for a speech to the eledorFtf
.t; FRANKLIN CLARK, From Indiana. Vain Precautions Futile obstacles to the him better luck next time: :
.. in Tallahassee the 30th ult. after along ,- '
expired on Mairce
\ JAMES S. WILEY, CHAS. W. CATHCART, ;where he was chosen lie is an extra*
I 'r' "" and painful illness. HEZEK. WILLIAMS, THOMAS J. HENLEY, advance of liberty, and the vengeance of an out CHOICE SAYINGS OF THE WHIGS. radical reformer,to whom is attributed the oca.

i.-: :Mr. BERTHELOT was born in Savannah, Geo., : [4 Yeas to 1 No. 1 JOHN PETIT, raged people. He has fallen, helpless and ions of La Reforme. lie went to 'IrelaoLi
I. absent.] JOHN L. ROBINSON alone for he knew that the hearts of his 1843, to offer O'Connell and theRl"pe:1I.b o;?
:; never
r t.:: ..' on the 4th July, 1810, and was.consequentlyin From Pennsylvania. WM. W. WICK-[3 Yeas REMEMBER THESE TDl GS. elation the sympathy and assistance ofFnaciin
'. his 38th at the time of his decease. liet. soldiers were-with the people.He '
( t. ; year R.BRODHEAD, (turncoat) to Rockhill) absent.] her struggle for liberty, which weWrrJ: ,
t.: : "; immigrated to Florida in the year 1832, and has CHARLES BROWN, From Illinois. is an exile, and the footsteps of freedom Giddings says that our countrymen now in ed. '

I v, resided here ever since, having been frequently LEWIS C.LEVIN.[Native)ORLANDO B. FICKUN, have not been stained with blood. A .:Mexico u Armed are ruffians and murderers Gen. Subcrvic, is a General of Napoleon{ It

i. :;: called upon during that time to serve the State JOB 1\IANN-4 V eas to JOHN A. M'CLERNAND' government has arisen not of Girondists or ;- Corwin says, if the President will not recall creation which he then lie has served.won u name in the campaigns:
.jo',' S.. In various capacities. He has several times NayWilmot3dodgesJWM.( From Ohio.); ROBERT RICHARDSON SMITH of the Mountain, not of Buonapartistg or 0
''fi :!.,, : been elected to the State Senate, and was electi' RODOLPHUS DICKINSON, Tuos. J. TURfER-5, lon Barrel's. The people have cried "It is too ':I will endeavor to compel him, and as find. order, and only known us being a liberal i|
no other moans I shall refuse s supplies
': ed President of the first which existed after our WILLIAM KENNON, Sr., Yeas; 1 (John Went- late." The last trial of monarchy was in Louis The Xenb Torchlight, says: opinion.which lie is was also the caiso of bringingbistturward.
known by the asdistauctilogave
i:;: !' admission into the Union. JOHN MILLER, worth) Nay. Philippe. They would now see whether they '" WE ARE IN' THE WRONG. They (the Mexi- to La National.M. .

:. As a lawyer, as a legislator and as a friend, THOMAS RICHEY, I cannot govern better than one man. 4 cans,) may appeal with confidence to the God of Albert is a mechanic, who has been called
J All the Loco-Focos from the Free States I At the head of the Battles;. but if we look for aid ,to any other to the provisional ii
.t\\; r ,he won the hearts and respect of all who knew present provisional government governnifui/aat 'politicmea:
.' who voted to sustain the principle. of Free Ter- than human power, it must be to the l .nIL. .\L3IACHINATIO8 sure. Why should hemot furnishhis sbarvot
; him and will the loss of I stand men eminent for their virtues "
mourn ,
r I I many untimely ritory, were OF HELL. experience and patriotism, in a republican' d':
r .;: .. one.nho.; has thus been cut off in the flower of Messrs. Hammons of Maine ; / H. Johnson intellectual attainments, their stern and uncom The Boston Chronotype says: ministration I His exemplary conduct and remarkable
; : "*' and Peashe of New Hampshire; Peck of Ver- ""If would be a sad and 71oful joy-but a joy
I_ : his age. promising devotion to the rights of the people skill in his proression'hail alreadr
mont; Thurston of Rhode Island ; Collins, Jenkins nevertheless to hear that the hordes under Scott oil
him the esteem of his
gained employer
: The Bar of Middle Florida, of which he was and their rigid morality. We trust this is a
Lawrence, and Starkweather ofN. York; and Taylor were EVEHY MAX OF THEM, the confidence of lellow workmen of whiCh
ft: :::. a member, held a meeting at Tallahassee on the Wilmot of Pennsylvania;, Cummins, Faran, happy omen that the change is lasting; not temporary SWEPT INTO THE NEXT WOULD.3 received proof by his numiiiation as, CouuceUot':

:t ','" ; 1st last, wherein they passed appropriate resolutions I Fries, Lahm, and St. John of Ohio; Bingham, : Another Robespierre, or military despotism -J The Louisville Journal'says: de Prunhonimes, an excellent institution_for

h.: expressive of their respect and regard i McClelland, and C. E. Stuart of Michigan; will retain all Europe in chains for a 14 If there is any conduct which constitutes prtt! Wentworth of Illinois and Wm. Thompson and j inf ri11 treason it is un to the
; attempt encourage General Bcdean is in his 44th
... for the of the deceased. century. A peaceful transition to the movements now year.
.:.. ., memory Lfffler of Iowa-21 for Freedom to 27 for Sla- I country in A WAR AGAINST GOD, as is the is from the school of St: 'yr,and was nppobtti

. '. > M' very. of a well organized republic, will immediately case i in a war like that we arc now engaged in.:" to the stufi He served in r:s8 on several oosious >-

DEATH OF CAPT. LIVINGSTON. Thus the Loco-Focos of the Free States turn- emancipate all Europe from slavers.CONGRESS. I The Detroit Advertiser said, Oct.23d; 1S46: : in the Royal Guards, in the 2d Regiment
r I ed the scale against the principles of Free Territory "Funds must be raised to carry on this Mexican Horse Artillery. He Aid-de-Cainp ol:Gea.Ferrier. .
: We are at length in possession of authentic ; the Whigs of the Free States being vo- war-THIS WAR OF CONQUEST AND Gerard and Schntmm and made the
Y' .' details the of the death of this most ted solid in favor of Freedom with PLUNDER The will be at
,... ot causes (7O( votes) In Senate on the 8th March Mr. Webster tax-gather soon campaign Belgium in 1&34 and ISytiamifcr
: : distinguished and lamented fellow citizen, and one Whig (Houston of Del) from a nominal slave your doors!" the Just 12 or 14 years has been among'ti,
: State, while the united South cast7 votes presented a petition from citizens of Forwnrd- -DISGRACE HAS BEEN BROUGHT UPON most active and distinguished 'AttioaUtntTuls.
from those which young
;.. : e. as they vary considerably against restricting the Extension of Slavery. ville, Preston county, Va, asking that the pubic OUR NATIONAL CHARACTER!" Cavagnac, the new Governor ofAIgiert -,

., L'::. ; have only been rumored, we hasten present Nothing but the great Hale-storm in New Hampshire lands be set apart for the gradual reductionof The Cleveland Herald has figured up the expenses *, is a nephew to Gen. Viscount'Cavargpie,

r' them to our readers. They are obtained in a and the pending election there, kept in United of this "ungodly war,'' und makes it out SOil of the Conventional Deputy and brother t

:f' letter from Lieut.GEORGE HOLMES, who was attached straight the Loco Foco members from that slavery the States. eight dollars and fifty cents for every man, woman the famous republican of the Army of the Pr -
\; ,'" State and the two who were elected from Districts The motion to receive the petition was laid and child. I pIe. He is now 46. M. Criemaux, .the prbn-
to his company, and who feelingly portrays bordering on that State. on the table. THE HUMAN BUTCHERY CONTI UES.-Tru! sional minister justice was the deputy( ftv".

,; : the despondency which the loss of Capt. -We take this vote as decisive that the pre- Democrat. Chinon a formidable of the latent -
; :; In tho House, on 9th, Iarch, the Judiciary opponent
LIVINGSTON has thrown upon the men under sent Congress will interpose no obstacle to the : istry, exposing its vices and weakness on.'iL
Committee reported a bill providing for revival
a .
It. .r his command. Extension of Slavery into any territory which NINE DAY'S'L.\TER FROM THE CITY OF occasions. '
may be acquired from Mexico. The future of the acts relating to the loss of horses in MEXICO.By .
fa: ; It that on the 28th of January last *
appears itself
must provide for
the Florida war. an arrival at New Orleans the Editors of LATEST: FROM EUROPE.

... .Capt LIVINGSTON left the post, which was then In Senate, on 10th March, Mr.Yulee introduced the Picayune have advices from the City of The Caledonia has arrived at Boston. Tie-

tf" .". -at Guadloupe, near j Pueblo, at about 10 o'clock BARNBURNISM AND WHIGGERY.That a bill concerning school lands in the State Mexico up to the 13th ult. Republican party is completely triumphant fa.
I' :' .' in the morning, for the purpose of killing a wolf the Wilmot proviso was concocted by Santa, Anna has applied to Gen. Twiggs, Trance, and political independence is established.
of Florida. Col. for to The has been acknowledged -,
; : through Hughes, permission pass new government
: which had often been in the neighborhood.
( seen ambitious schemers who in reality cared not a In Senate, on 15th March, a bill was reportedto through Vera Cruz and out of the country. A by the Ministers of England, Belgium;.1
t : ;; : 1 He took with him his rifle and a pair of pistols, rush about the extension of slavery, has been establish the Territory of Nebraska.In special express from Jalapa reached Vera Cruz Switzerland and the United States. '

the latter placed in the waistband of his panta evident to who with the evening the Oth ult.with the application, Louis Phillippe with his family and M. Gw-
long every one keeps Senate
t up 16th March Mr. Calhoun
";, loons. At length he discovered the animal in a on spokein and as the General ut once granted the permission lOt, have arrived in England. The French no-
the events of the day. That the Northern Whigs opposition to the ten regiment bill, and in asked, it was supposed the Ex-President bility and House of Peers have been abolished.A .

,',, r deep ravine, not far from the fort, and discharged eagerly caught at the phanton, relying upon favor of withdrawing our troops to the line of would arrive there in u day or two. docree.has. been .issued ordaining a National

w' his rifle, but without effect. He reloaded, the co-operation of the abolitionists, and secure the treaty. He could not vote for the. bill, be- A report is,current in the city that the steamer Couventibn on thn assembling of which the actual -
and pursued the wolf fer the purpose of obtaining was detained at Vera Cruz from the 17th to Provisional Government will ;resign its
criminal of Southern
another shot, when one of the pistols of the party fidelity cause it would pledge him hereafter, in a cer- the 18th, to receive Santa Anna on board, and functions,which :will be assumed by the<< permanent
: I. '; < Whigs has been equally apparent. We have tain contingency, to support the war; becauseIt that he is in truth a passenger on her. : Government which may be es.tablWled.-
loose fell rock with
which" had become upon a been happy to perceive, however, that the New implied an idle boast; and because was There have been many resignations in the I The,'vote by. ballot and universal suffrage"are
:&t muzzle towards him, and discharged itself. of the armistice. take the of the old system of electoral
York Democracy divided upon this point, and connected with the plan laying and army since the promulgation to place : ;
.:The b slightly grazed his left leg, and passed that that section which advocates Southern collecting There is nothing .talked of at the capital but qualifications.. Paris was quiet on the 9tIT fast,
' .; e# EO the right thigh on the inside a little above taxes in Mexico, which he maintained the PresIdent peace. It.,Is said that foreign merchants' are but. the French funds have:.fallezr enormouslv.
: rights have obtained; the mastery over the other had no right to do. more displeased at it than any' other. class, So far,all looks promising for the.new Goveahment.yThiy

} the knee, coming out below the hip, but without and must infallibly drive them into the Whig In'Senate, on the 20th March,a bill was offered d.elldingUlihey the}insecurity: which- will steamer,,brings accounts.,of.working : *.

,,<'. .njuring the bone.. His wound was immediately ranks. The remarks of JOHN VAN -BCRKN,'at for the admission of Wisconsin into the follow.tho reinstatemeut'of' \ rule mn! striking for higher.wages, .but.it'd: eJ
f dressed by the Post Surgeon, who happened Mass in :"El published at Morelia under, the Clay Meeting, Albany prepared us Iilgeniol of
Union. of says: acAireyolution.has'just the revolutionhas.extended over the:whol.
.accidentally to be near the spot and was after- ,
for a tacit union of this kind, but,we certainlydid broken out in Guadalnjai-a, against the Govern France. All the Departments are in fai w of ft

1 ... wards. brought to his quarters. There he lingered i not anticipate that the subject would be FROMTHE'BRAZOSBy: the arrival at New: ment of the.Union against peace, and in favor Ltepublic. .. i;

.1 .. in great pain until the 9th of February, broached in Congress,and that the Whigs chimed Orleans.on the_29th nit, of the schr. Capt. Lincoln of Gen. Santa Ann's.'? This.we find in the Star Cotton! news not received The, Jelegtftp
14th'--th latest paper from the city of wires between Boston and ,Nwi.Yorkirera e
when death relieved him of his sufferings. of the :
:: the Barnburners as their own. The follow- Watson,master".from. the,Brazos on the -
Mexico. A revolution in the powerful State of ken. ,before it could be transsuttaJ.; ->
U ,- :<.;. ;>iJfk ouch is the melancholy end of a gallant and ing extract from the New, York True Bun clearly 17thithe editors 'of the Crescent are in receipt Jalisco has long been apprehended. That De- ..

:: ;;, ''. '.*|fgeneroas man who aimed to serve his country, shows the poUeY.. Northern Whiggery. of the Matamoras Flag,of the 15th. The only partment'has long been 11,hot bed.of revolutions. THE AMERICAN MINISTER. Ali: .

I...." -.' .: ; sad who eagerly sought a death upon a battle 'Mr. Root, of Ohio, a prominent Whig member item in it, relating to army movements' ,,is, ,.the, Should tbU newsrpWYe well'founded, ,it bodes, FRENCH lou';PBOYIMONAL, :UOYEIUt
"field! concluded a speech delivered last week in no good to the curse of peace, but we hope Santo .- -The lclWd'Kiwii,. Ambassador oft'

the House of Representatives, (condemning, in following. : ; Anna my be well out of the countrybefore: ,United States, accoapuaieU ,bj Dc.Mart M
tom Jftote.-We learn from Mr> Speyer a crisis; Poussin.waitedOJ\ members,of.th
l// the strongest terms, the war, as .well as ,the : the revolution reaches a Major
-'t .,FLORIDA VOLUNTEERS.-By the latest intelligence idea,of taking any.indemnity from Mexico, and distinguished Chihuahua merchant:,'just' arrived'from The Star of the 9th says'Senore Quijano, one provisional government: ....tlw 28th fulL,?' *?
Ssltillo,:that. the,,Mississippi regiment i commissioners had toCuerhavaca whom he delivered addrt& :***
from Mexico it that KEL insisting upon an adherence to the Wilmot pro- ; of: the. armistice ; ', .: gone a flattering
F appears :viso>'as a necessary qualification on'the part of commanded by,CoL Clarke, .had. gone to Maza- 'with.:'ingtructions from the Government following details of this iutctxiew. ;;lire i take
.;. LY'S company of Florida Volunteers stationed at any candidate in securing the Tote of the northern pil, hich'.s. :some llO miles:in:advance of Sa-, to nuke nse of every mans in his power. .from the,Nati lU1l., p

i' Puebla,bad been ordered to New Orleans, to bedich&rged. 'Whigs) by.a forcible appeal to the Barnburners till,oh the roadc Zacatecas'and; fivefcompanies to suppress. the Indian rebellion in that-',vicinity. ,, To-da'a\; 2 e'doaki! '_the repws atativei >
volunteers to P140.1D1les.wes'; ofSaltilltleroad which have beforeinentloned.; aster from the United States veal tovthe&: &
Their time expires on the 8th of and their leader, John.Van Buren, to we : ,
-{ :' / r.t the month.. throw off their flimsy mask and come out openlyand > *', to:Durangoand'Chihuahua.'* -'The North Lmerican'ofthe' ;: 10th'ult.1ia;>accounts ,. .de.Yille, in formal recognition of the prorl **
present boldly in favor of the position of their !1 These pj.T! been sent therein{obedienceto of..a;revolution. '_in' I *the rdBT : ofeGeiu. Scott 'for the purpose'ofUror5cadn85ttemselves c. ,. ,.' American Union.-to,:be
Whig and abolition,allies., .He said,that your ) ,' :_' ---:::- .' ': rcaentative of the' : '
". JOHN. JACOB ASTOR, the well known millionaire Herkimer and Utica Conventions F;.ifere, not ..,; | ; :'over;the country', and Suspicious..yo account' ;has yetbeen.obtalA'-: first to!welcome'aa republic; 'the\ h

: New the 30th ult. :ANew enough: the time had come-when.Itwtaa necessary coUe 4(in 1$internal" tares., 'We"also'' learn ifron cd.of thorecoveryot4hebddies 'of51ajor vWil-' 'no bond xnweed ntitio.. '," JW
died at York on
"' that ;
,in order to maintain their;.reputation for r.feveralvsources t, *'force> ;wos"aboutleavlpg lard and',J".r.Lincs.; t).4'or..some days pat; the : sentiment.! The. ..fIJ. .rf
s York letter says:-By men"with good coosStenc YI, that they should.come,out.,'and do to occupy:; i-i&-"CIi' :LonardtendLieut. friends he parties I 'deceased have,.been,using; : the minial'e'or the' '.Unitedexisting sta ',

,',. jneans knowing, his property is put down at somethings They had talked and agitated]long -Popef of .the;Itojwgr pmcalfengineers, 'a1nh, ,,'endeavors, Wobtain.thp remains of the: cifcumstances' .i serious:: ,I.UIPO stases.'

', forty millions of dollars; eTeri'dollar of it the enough ,in favor.of; .this Whjg.a.na; Abolition and Lieut, Poveham, Jof theguieers'accom' r gentlemen5allud'ed .to j. have'unfortqnately: : ) i ifailed :Although folly expected,'it'lW touched, sc '

M t .and good "corner stone," and the time was. at hand,when panted the command. .to,MaiepiL,. .'. ':*A.5 \: in their. ,efforts::, Reports are;afloat that: lyUhVmembenbf the provisional"gotemafilfiand'afteV
product of his own industry "management it was expected of('them to carry their:principles .\ ., -. ? the gentlemen:lii.questiontraht. i; bArie 'come to an Interview ii irhIch were exia" <
Fifteen ago, he. was.put down at t :hundred left-: Sligo Ireland ? theirjJeaths mnsOtriolenca The police, ed the blest'eipr ssrou.they-: In a'bodyijfi
,' : years ; : into action. The Whigs had a right,to ,Five. poor people ,: ,1 by\ ;: ,
+'": fifteca to treaty lai ions. His'agewas: _85: look for their cooperation in the.! fall.election: T.pei $hamrocketeamertttith.'tho..wtention; uf, .arid:othersJKave tokcn'-.the: matter' into their: i i cotnpanied this representative of due great lit-
+ ,:., should J shipping for America.' ,, ,,'. *: .,/ M, >1 .hand*-jy.a. "C; tettf,2lthlilth; .. ''v ': tion to'the'thxeshhoM of tl.UntetdehillrisII
;" < and theiiJ'ust expectations. !not bq'tdis ;"talcing. .:t ,-.Jft ;:,-i'- .'..p, tv "n,> '" _-.J. :. ..( :' :' ,. .-'. .


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ii" Coffee;paymaster"!!..SA-: Had rjctlln. Ans- nlk don,who hadva minion>fiAmericai: seitiiliAiid 'POUT.OP;JACKSONVILLE APRIL 8th. : .l twecs the xxntal* = il thi f
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March inst,the provisional gov- ntho the frontier Part to be paid in';Austin"and own terms;the day after the news arrived.. ... of the : 4it'i.r"l' f.:4.J !,AUnl\"EDJ 'c ''- : & .Taxesso.much'of ih r'.' Uowint" J ; ',tl t

*** *received a deputation of two hundred bow. Indian.\gent,remainder in Sari arrived Antonio' : 'Alaj.'Neigh J' revolution. _in. ,Paris.-K. Y.Paper._:, *"* April Gtk Brig' :Mary:Forra..Wararit.. Port of 1d'ji1riU'p. i the same':and lfli> i t ._t. .
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'"StycUixens, wbow&lkedto the Hotel de on the i -, ,land. 7 *v ,. 'expenses, ykv2S2 acres of land ba tHa-.r.t,
I ; American and ,French flags oGttdricla the 13th editor iast. from of the the Democrat Indian country. He informs A: Handsome. 'Act. n British. Governsient April 2d. .-lL S.'Steamer Ocasralgee,). e1tifromS River,tnown w the'8tJo phs -be.ioinotheIafWMersSaithi'12eebis'. f
f .3. that his position was through their Consnl in Boston, have 'dlS taD'1 1. to .Fernandez &Bisbee : ij1 t'
** in the name of his countrymen, i not m dangerous as had been represented.: The 500 sterling, to'be distributed' to the owners April5tlL U. States Steamer SLMathews* of land belonging toE.Pohl&Son;390 sebelonngtoLinyTeddreturnedbyW.APot'3 '
and complimentary address, Chief of the Tenawish tribe.of.Camanches who and.:crew .of the bark "Byron ,'of Stonington t ;. < '
brief :
_( .a bad two brOthrs-killed Capt Hurbert.! ,from. ".Savannah. .to_.Fernandez. I 1
entlemen,members of the pr Yisioa- in an encounter some Coin,and a gold medal.to her Captain, (Seed,) .&. '1S :., '.. -- wwIuagent1O0OacresbelongugtoPchl&soaeturned |V. !
a"ernment-.u citizens of the Uni- time since with Capt. Gillet.'s"eompim",between for rescuing.18 British seamen the. !Coast. of. : 'CiI by;John King" ; iet4ratf":-
;alfrelc and American spectators :of recent the Nueces and Rio Grind, 'was hostile and Patagonia. '-__ :' :' _CLEARED.. ;-., _. _' 1 ,,_ ", .. 350,acres belongnj'to'Vonielita-Tsykr senr7 All' !j.g.
WfSLte1, hare to offer our con- wished to,kin Major Tfeighbors arid John Mc- April 4tk-Schr.Tioga Stowers, S.. .. '
in r s we come ; 1. the above. ,land being within the county" of? !1Ju-1 .
t't1I.1ations_ and ask jour acceptance of two .Leon who were in company, in revenge for his :, '"He who 1 goes to bed in anger:.has the .u' 6th.Uneso' : ; SZ1a11N.1rApril Tat THOS.LEDWTTHi Sheriff,tea'-f"J t-5 \( 'I'1

r. emblems of eternal alliance between | was prevented bl.the Hoas, a for a bed-fellow. A.wag desires us to say" that, '; "Stfc, Steamer. .Ocamulgee. McNettS' .. 'Ex- Tax CoU /:DC.*"* I 1
anel the United States. Grateful recol- of Camanches. Major N. finally he knCws.a'married man:Who though, begoe ,vannah, v '" ? ,. ".' Jacksonville Noyl: 5th;.1847 .; !t
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faDcc of ties, the amity which Lu&beLveen cxist "broth1rs in making a 'peace with them. He to bed, askandgentisIsalamLisInt1esamepredicameizt. ;April! 7th. Steamer St.-- :Mathews- ,[Hurbert'- ., '- : 'J.fi
ODS IOU and us prompts us to be the that during his trip he.'saw parts of Savanna', 7' '.SlIerl.ra .Sale. -* : '>

testify to you and the people of France bcs and found them all disposed to '". -r- of a writ of fl.'JJu izsuedoutot* I l

Jri'sympathY to respect, and admiration with be friendly. The small-pox prevails to & con- Tea Plant.-An enterprUdng citizen of Chrrles- I ; EEAT.ILEDUCTION. IN THE>BICE OF, ..a.the.Superior,Court for the District ofEsat'Florida Jl

&he ick recent events inspire ocknowledg- siderable extent among several of the bands of ton,S. C, has just received from':Canton,' via .' Humphrey's celebrated Remedy for;theFever for the County of:Duval. l will: expose* Ji1t :

right of every nation to form its owu'ernmenL Camanches. New York, from an Embassy to that country;six andAgi-from'Tw9Dollarsto: One.- to public sale in front of the Court House k the" t4j ".
ngthe We sincerely congratulate you Snow.fell to the depth of about one inch, on varieties of the seed of the Tea plant, togc.Iier ,The following gentlemen. .are my 'auth .rizedAgents !Town of'Jacksonville in, said county, osthe>< t f.
mighty revolution you have framed,and the 23d of February,in the vicinity of the Clear with directions for its culture. The seed, resembles and .have the genuine for s. first Monday October next, between thelegaT' 'S ,

*the we be permuted to felicitate France on Fork of the Brazos. The Democrat says, that in some. measure'the small sized ground ., Orders from, any partf the United"Statist, i hours'of sale on that day,'a certain negro ftaiald1* t1 'E

jnaJ choice of a republican system recognizing two or three frosty nights, which they have artichoke. <, ..willmcctwithprompt attention .Address'post sl; called ChI iand her child George"t 'f

be trIlC basis on which all just government lately had in Austin, have done considerable.injury paid. ., WM.. 'HUMPHREYS- 'Jr in'execution as- the property"of Joseph B.Lancaster *' ii' :

.tbe t. to early crops and fruit trees. A Taste for the Beautiful"Well I declare,"" ". SAinnI4&,.t )to.satisfy an- execution- in favor GoukL--, b
anst pt principl .or liberty and political .The Texas Legislature have passed resolutions said Mrs. Partington them are nice onionsof .\GENT -1Icssrs.Marstontitnore &Br th $ Bal: Banks&Co." ;
the have been the basis on which depend- requesting the U. S. Judge for the Galveston yours,"as she reached forward to glance at Maryland;'Dr ,P M Cohen Charleston, A g271847.Sheriff; ,.& j .tr

.equalitl vottrrecca*struggle. District to resign. What does this mean? some hyacinths and narcissus that we had carefully South.Carolina, C Risley,Hamburg, S.C; ItS nTh@ above sale has been postponed to. t Yi
< the magnanimity of the -JV.: O. Crescent, 29/A nit. the 1st Monday November.next. ,Oct 8s
\"e hare admitted nourished into full bloom our sanctum, Bailey, Laurensville, S..C.T SFariyGrahamville f ;
1eojtt And their self command in the I and of which, by the we felt proud, ."nice ,. 8&j; B R By therwood,Beaufort,S C- n- The above sale, is postponed "until,thb I ,
:frenc I .__.r triumP and speedy return to order The Pope Deposed.-A rumor is given in the onions coming a head finely;don't"smellJboduuther R T Patick, em.1en .;J 3,Walker. Madison, first Monday,in December, .' :oy S/i t\ti1S
DUd h& &fi r great tumult and confusion. We foreign intelligence which we' publish by the ;" said she, suiting the action t" he I i'Ga.;r"W K Kitchen, Augusta G Shotw'ell & I n-'Th above. )sale',postponed :.until..thel '.

these omens great good to France and to Cambria, that the Pope of Rome had been"rfejtfswf.3 word by dropping her snuff-box in the effort; 'Gilbert, .Macon, Ga.. J II & W.8.1lis Macon,. first Monday in January next. .:iDecjb;: : "m .i
*** jjl nnd tie assurances that what has We can hardly suppose this to be :(but does it pay well to raise them in ,those Ga.. Lightfwt&FlandersMaconGa. Dorsey.' n-The above sale is postponed muD the firstf-- !

zanki$O nouly begun will be consummated in literally correct though it probably at least indicates jelly glasses? 'Taint farming on a large scale, & Knott, Griffin, 'Go.; Solomon Goodall, Atlanta -: Monday February nef.' '. Jan 7,1848: r"" tfit !S
been that
establishment yf a just and liberal government. there has been some dissatisfactionwith is it I Boston Post. Go.;",William Root, nrletta ,Gal;' Cunningham 53- The.:above sale is tponed-until the' i 1 't
the an i the enjoyment of peace and prosper- his late course. Perhaps, too; the word is & Co, Dalton, Go-; Dr.,8 F Culbersdn La first Monday iu March next. :Feb 12. .

among the citizens of great countries.ccept not used in our usually accepted sense. The The Quaker Cashier.-Signer Blitz tells the Grange. Ga Winter & Epping, Columbus, GaB J5" The.above sale is ',postponed uhtn the f fJt

ill\ tie testimonials of the Sentiments news by one or two previous steamers showed following good story of hb visit'to a bank in H Mitchell, .Newnan, ,Ga. .Joseph"Griffin, first Monday in April next. March 11 :'1 .
and at resent be assured that the Pope had swerved. as b matter of policy Ga Re JS The above sale is postponed until theist .
which fill our hearts j Nantucket. Seeing the facility with which the Burke county, RH Barrett, seville.Ga.; '
revolution have achiev- somewhat from carrying out to the full A & Co. Ga M C 'Viiiiamson.Davisboro' Monday May next 'April 8' '
that the news of a you Signor could transfer pieces of money from the McLane Jacksonville ;g"'i
his "
extent liberal views in
own highly
consequence -
d 1 will be hailed by our countrymen on the counter to his own pocket, while the officers of ; Ga.; Win. Sanders- '- -
other bide of tbc Atlantic with emotions of hope of the want of the necessary cooperation the bank were watching him all the while, the yule,
.andjuy for France and for the world.: of his coadjutors.4i It may be that the popular Quaker cashier began to grow nervous,and directed Corswell, Savannah, Ga.; P Martin, _Savannah, .ON the first Monday in May next ., i:
his conviction that voice has deposed" this policy, which the usual hours of sale, will be' sold for' lt
M. \.rago replied-It was the clerk to carry a bag of specie that Ga.. J A Sperry, Houston county, Ga William .
France and America would live iu the most intimate announcement of the admission of three laymen was behind him to the safe and lock it up. The Carr, Jacksonboro, On. E A Burch, Hawkinsville the State and county tar no much of the nnoV? t} .y'.

relations (f friendship and uuion. We among the Pope's ministers with the continuance Signor took a check of fifty dollars,laid it upon I Ga.; Samuel Palmer,, Darien, 'Gu. J B vided interest William" Hickman and others, i

receive the colors with gratitude. They shall of other reforms, would seem to indicate. the counter, and offered to forfeit it to the cashier I Cole. Black Creek, Florida; F A Poullen, Jacksonville of the Waterman land, as will pay,the, sum of'* 'J p

placed in the Hotel de \ il1c. I trust that The very liberal: and congratulatory" proclamation if he did not remove the specie from its i Flo.; J Wright & Co,New Orleans,La. seventy-five dollars and the cost and chargesTattending tt i
of the Pontiff in '
to snatch them.theuce. Sovereign our columns ': 1848. W. HUMPHREYS Jr. the advertisement and sole thereof j-- .
despotism shall never attempt place of safe deposit. No, no, my friend, : April, *
-lay, sufficiently indicates that he himself boundaries unknown to the subscriber.'and !
Loud cheers.] snidthe cashier "1 would rath'er thee .
[ would '" '
thinks and feels in unison with the '"
people.Ex. j
then placed in the alle I know do it I SPRING GOODS, ALSO, .a
The double flag was not try ; thee can for have seen jY'
Papr.Astonishing.. On the same day will be sold :: l .;
Just Brcrivrd from New York. somuch.or.tle;
thee wonderful
de ttccptilILThtJeplltl.tiol1 _ perform things quite as but I ;
then withdrew amidst criesof would rather thee-would go instantly away.1' NEW, style printed Bareges; do.silk Bareges lands of Mrs. Fleming, and A. Low;as wffl pay.> "
-The Detroit Daily Advertisersays the State and tax. The .
Printed Muslin amountoftbel i
Lawns; Organdie; county s 't
-Jire fa Rfp&.lqll; *! '- The Signor departed, laughing heartily at having -
A remarkable accident occurred
: few
a due said
lands is
taxes sZ'1
Muslin Colored
Lawns Dotted Swiss on forty ibe
! plaid
; ; .
Marquis of Xonuanby of England, was so handsomely doubly humbugged the officers
The .
days since to a worthy citizen of Detroit Mr. lands lie Jl "*" \
dotted Muslin Linen solid
Swiss ; Gingham; Fleming on Thomas'swamp. it .-
the first to recognize the claims of the French of the bank.
Roger Pitzpatrick brewer. Mr. F. had been .
A. J.
Silk Blond Green Veils '
plaid Gingham BRADDOCK
; ; gauze ;
and them the
acknowledged on partof
1 Republic i across the river' and on returning in a canoe, black and while Filet Mitts; Tape bordered linen Tax Collector, Nussau county. : t I'
his country.The ; with two others, the frail bark was capsizednear Singular Circumstance.friend of ours,says cambric Handkerchiefs; Bonnet Ribbons; February 19, 1848. fl:
Ambassadors from Russia, Prussia the middle of the stream. The weatherwas the Albany Knickerbocker, a few weeks ago, bird bleached and unbleached -- J;
eye Diaper; .: .
Austria took time to receive instructions from extremely cold, and the river was filled lost a valuable New-Foundland dog. For days Hnckabuck; Gauze ,Flannel; Fine Bleached N..a C.nnfy .Sheriff Sale. 'i

their governments.Sipolcon with masses of floating ice. Mr. F. unable to and days he searched high and low, but nothing Shirtings;Assortment of Fancy Summer Prints; ON the first Monday in May nut before $J1
Bonaparte, Jerome Bonaparte and swim,turned on his back,folded his arms across of<:Lion" could be found. At last we hintedto Linen and Cotton Drills Brown Linen oommon the CourtHouse door of the county .f ;Hr\o
; ;
Sapulcuu\ Louis Bonap&rte sent in their individual udlie-'I his breast, and calmly submitted himself to the him the propriety of whistling for him in and lace musq ito net; curtain fringe;bleachedand Nassau, will be offered at public outcry,to sale, 1 et

siun 0 the republic, offering their I action of the wind and waves. Being a corpu- front of one of our cheap sausage shops. He brown Damask table cloths; yellow Nankin; the services of Stephen Hannaii, free negro,) iHi
iaprL lent and in he did and with the results. The to who shall,take said Harman ;
ruth wrapped a large overcoat so, happiest very Linen plaid for coots && &c. any person fur : r
ictmet Pacha, m* .Mehemit AH, fought on kept on the surface of the water, but in a few first'whistle he gave eight bolognas two head The above new'Goods have, just been receivedby the shortest period of time,'paying the'fine and JiJ}l'

jwpuUr side with great intrepidity. minutes became unconscious. The wind was cheeses, and eighteen pounds-links"jumped late arrivals from ,New York city, and are costs prosecution; the some being to. satisfy "1 ;il
PARIS, March 1.-All titles are abolished, blowing fiercely, and Mr. F. floated towards her off the stall and chased him down the street as for sale at the most moderate prices. si judgment obtained at the NOeDlber"e t l ;

bgcthcr with all the nubility. The adhesion Majesty's dominions. Some persons happenedto if old Nick was after them. This will learn our April 1, 1848. tf .A. M. REED. 1838, of'the Circuit .Court for said county of .:
.oJ, )llnrshals.l jenerals.and other high fuuction.irits see the body, dragged it.upon the beach and domestic butchers to keep their sausages chain Nassau; in favour of the State of Florida Against iV. \;

of authority, and inhabitants France are sent for one of the Queen's coroners. The usual -! ed. Guardian's Notice. the said Stephen Harman, upon'an indictment f ti
pouring in. Marshals Soult, :Molitor.: Sebastia- methods of restoring drowned persons were -, IS HEREBY GIVEN,' that thirty for aiding and assisting' slave to run'nwarT : I it:

ui,BugeuJ, Reille Dode de la Bruners sent in I resorted to; the jaws pried open and brandy liThe UnXvidest Shot of All"-Mr. Henley, NOTICE from date, I will apply to the Hon. fromhismastor.J.. BRADDOCK c?. i. 1l

adhesion to the government. poured down the throat and Mr. F. opened his in a late speech on the Mexican.war, said:"The Thomas Douglas, Judge.of the Eastern Circuit Sheriff Nassau county.."- 11 l
Louis Philippe arrived in England on the 3d.March. and what wanted Florida for leave to sell the real estate be- Nassau F& 1m 't
eyes very coolly inquired 'they paper-wrapperofa Mexican,cartridge a missile County ,April 1,1848. ,
When he Irft Paris, he had only one to do with him P:, of death fired at us at Buena Vista,and pickedup longing my wards Jane Adams Parland,'and j _- '_ iL Li MP* i aMMag : i '
>franc piece in his lJUl ket. All the members by one of his constituents was a part of Frances Anne Parland, lying in Duval county, Columbia CountySher1rsSa1TTJLL ..t i 1
vf las family escaped except the Duchessc de The Burnt Factory.-The loss by the burning, Webster's Philadelphia speech. His authority' Florida, consisting of two tracts of land, knownas BE SOLD, on the"first Monday in t 3iQ.

)elt\uu\'L lie left the-members of the French on Friday, of the Cotton factory of Mr.- Walker, for this, was Major .Cravin ,(apt. Davis and the Pablo'and Magnolia; tracts, formerly vy May, A. D. 1848, before,;the Court IJ \
lloyal filially distributed in Clarmout and upon the Braudy wine,two miles from Wilmington. Lieutenant Shank, of the Indiana Volnnt. owned and occupied by the late William McKay. House door, in the Town of Alligator; within'\ t1

Buckingham llacc I, Del,is from$70,000 to$lOOOOO., It caught The paper was still in possession of these gentlemen FRANCIS M. SCARLETT, Guardian, legal hours, the following property. towits1 .;$t.fj
from the engine. The flames spread so quick /' By GREGORY YALE Att'y. The south east half of the south.east quarter( ;t l

Arrival of! the Ex-Kmy of Frautt and the that part of the hands had to escape by the That the Mexicans have an ugly fashionof April 1st, 1848. :t section 34, and the south west'h lfoftheaouth.il

Qui of tk French at ,'ctr Haven. Brighton, block aud tackle. dipping the tips of their lances in rank poison, west quarter of section 35, lying' in township:: j i
.%uni Jd-We have ure.i.n Fifty Dollars Reward, 6- 17 containing hundred and ;
great pleill aunouucin and using copper cannon balls is nothing new ; range one sixty1 it
the tutte arrival of the Ex-King and Queen German Demonstration. enthusiastic but to wrap their bullets up in extracts of Web- WILL BE GIVEN BY THE acres-levied on as .the property of WffliamrCason '
"fr French. The King in Lauding,was dres- meeting i of the German population of Baltimore ster's speeches, and fire them at our soldiers, is .;1J undersigned for the apprehension ,to satisfy:a writ of mortgage fi. fa.is&l

sJ in *green blouse nut blue overcoat, bor- to express sympathy with the revolutionary I a refinement of cruelty, which we did not suppose h and safe delivery into the i sued from Columbia circuit court in favor oj: t. t
ruweJ of the ciptain of the Express. movements iu Europe, was held on Thursday I even the Mexicans to be guilty of. Duval County Jail of the following Shadrick Hancock,vs.Wm. Cason. % -.' '

The King had not, in fact u change of cloth- night, 30th ulL, at the National Hotel. Therewas negroes, to wit: Vents a woman Han- ALSO, i 11 fl'
1ft: The Ex-King and Queen have for some much exciting and animated speaking, and nibald, a boy, Georgiana a girl, and what children A negro man, named 'Big Ned,"levied on'as' ;
Uja been moving from ami-house to faruiiuuse -I after making a collection to contribute to defraythe I Ex-President Van Buren now in Philadelphia the above named Venis might have borned the property of Daniel M. Stuart,. to satisfy a" tt1'
iu the neighborhood of TreforL They expenses of Mr. Heinsen in recrossing the I declines a dinner tendered him by a number since she has been absent, supposed to be two fi.fa.issued from Columbia circuit court, in favor tl

tire nearly exhausted by fatigue aud on his I Atlantic and arranging for a grand meeting, to of the prominent Democrats of that city.- or three, and Ellick,'an old African man. Raymond. Coy,vs.Daniel M. Stuart. i t i,
,! nival the King stated that a night or two II be held some time the next week, the assemblage He refers in his letter to his,"public life" beingnow The above fugitive slaves. have been absent ALSO, Im't'

i tack he thought to have given himself up. dispersed. "forever closed," and embraces the occasion for-;ariy-four years. JOHN M. PONS. Lot No. 6, section 25, township 6, south/of .J
Louis Philippe and the- Ex-Queen- with al&ilcand to congratulate his friends:upon the signal J Jacksonville March 25th. 1848. 6m range 15, east containing 80 acres. Lot No. <, (
female attendant, who had during the A resolution has been passed at the Boston success of the great principle of self govern- of fractional section 95, township and rang*as. I
]leek constituted the suite of their royal master Board of Brokers to the effect that members ment, which he says,''it seems destined, even in Administrator's Sale. above containing 155 acres. Lot '..3, fractional l
ml uiLstress, embarked on board a .French tisbI shall not buy or sell stock at auction, and that our day, to be the harbinger of endowments to \T71LL BE SOLD at public sale on ThursV section 27, township and range as'above i:

I ;boat, near Treport,.with the intention of the scat at the Board of any member who shallas the most enlightened portions of the civilized V day the 30th day of March 1848, at containing acres Lot No.4, fractional aeo-* t J
auctioneer hereafter publicly sell stocks be world.. the plantation of the late Oran Baxter all the '
j attempting to cross the channel. tion 27, same township and range, containing
At sea the party was picked up by the Ex- vacated. Two of the Association are auctioneers personal effects belonging to the Estate of Oran 80 acres. Lot No. 7. fractional section 27,of j 'R.I'
I Southampton and Haver steamboat,which u third has applied for a license, and a The quantity of fresh water which now runs Baxter deceased. Consisting Cattle, Horses, the same township and'range, containing lOG. i

iuuueuuielyjEtecred for Sew haven,.off which I fourth having lately expressed a similar inten- through the sewers of New York into the docks, Carts Timber Wheels, Chains Dogs, &c. Boats, acres. Lot No. 3, fractional .sectLon,36sam, ;, .
| harborsbe arrived at 7 o'clock in the morning. tion.: with a view of selling stocks at auction hasp it is said, killed off the salt water worms Turning Lathe, Cotton Gin and fixtures, Car- township and range, containing ,50 acres.. .Lot. b :i.
. .OnJaudingtbe Ex-Kingand Queen-were daily, the Board have thought that too much ofa which destroyed the wood works of the piers penters and Blacksmith Tools Sugar Rollers & No. 6, fn\ctiona1section36, same'township:aaC ..

.cowed,./ the inhabitants, nearly the whole of good thing,and have therefore, set their face and so has affected a very great saving of cur- Frame.Work, and Sugar House articles large range, containing 59 acres. Lot No.1,fractioa-: g

: rWlaJ the gratification of buingtdiaken by against the system. rent expense to the city. SngarPan, 1 Silver Watch, 1 Rifle -1 Double a1.8 tlon36 same township and range, cooftaining ; I 1 jl'!

_ I Ithe land of. Louis Philippe. Her Majesty's barrel Gun, Ploughs,Whip Saw and other Saws, 80 acres. Lot No. ,2,,fractional sectioa'

,.. I intact was to despatch a.messenger to Brigb- The Troubles at Canton.-The following, says A Bear Wh .-The Miner's Prospect Saw frame,Grind Stenes, Lot of Mahogany and 36, same township and range, containing "80;; 'l Jl'
i ion to procure the attention of Mr. Packhouse; the Boston Journal, is an extract from a letter gives an account of a regular set-to in Potosi sundry other articles of plantation use. acres. Lots No. 5,& 6, fractional section 23j; i

_ the necoiid to write a letter to our gracious received by a mercantile house in this city, \1o, the other day, between a man named Silvers ALSO, his interest in the tract of,Land knownas containing together 304 acres. Lots Nb.'l J-4,5,' h !f;

_ WTereign. communicating intelligence on her dated Canton, Dec. 25th: and a bear weighing 300 Ibs. It was.fist the Richard Mill tract swamp land'contain and 6,fractional section 13,township and'range!;
. Umul. ':Sir John Davis has given Keying the 29th I fig/a, routjh and tumble. The bear was placedin ing about 000'acres more or less above, containing together ,403 25-100 :,acrea; s i
1 January to write to Pekin; and if the answer a room and unchained, when his daring an- T., 0. HOLYES, Levied as the property' fWilliathCisonto; i r

_ .bportatfrom Central America.-Ry an ar- is not favorable, I presume operations of a hostile I tagonist, dressed from head to foot in b-nkskin, ,Administratoi. satisfy writ of fi. fa.-,issued from .Cf,1 ;;,1
1. nI.t Sew York, on Sunday the Herald nature will commence in this part of the met him and after a severe struggle, in which Jacksonville March 4th, 1848: circuit ourt in favor of.Joseph B. Watt of'. t j'fJN
. ferns from Mr. Thompson, passenger board world. Almost all the merchants here thinks the man was slightly wounded; Bruin fairly J:1r The above sale is stponed until the William:Cason. T..,FITZPATRICV',

. 4e schooner Hallowell, from Bluefield, C. A-, there will be war-that it is impossible for the turned tail, though,by the way,he hadn't much first day of May next. April 1. Sheriff' of. Columbia county. ,\s 11

* 1&4 a few days previous to his departure, Chinese to accede the terms of theEnglish2'Mr. left of that, and the spectators acknowledgedthe NOTICE Alligator,FLL, April 1,1848.. ,, lin, ';;...:,;
L 'iich WitS on the 25th ult, Mr. Little and Mr. powerful animal conquered. ,Silvers has -
>daoa the latter, the English commandant at Adams left a large amount of property, challenged the bear for a second trial and O F JUDGE' 'OFTROBATES OF'DUVAL' Duval militia,Claimants. '
not less than half million of dollars. COUNTY: '.EXECUTORS ADMINISTRATORSj -
: tttfieli certainly non-commissioned officers and
f had been taken prisoner by the Span- large bets are already made.A TIE privates
. iird1 and carried into the interior. Some of He has always been a frugal man, though I can GUARpIANSjAND OTHERS. I Captains Bush; Price and'Sores'panioridMountedMi1iti com-'
believe that he laid up" out of the All Eiecufors/Administratbr Guardians,Trustees *"
l not
money fosviceI the
. f 4
' Eftjlish followed the of the river St. ,
by VI.of
way Fatal '
salaries of the numerous offices he held as Masquerade.Chaxlea of Infants, and Curators, are hereby ordtr.edtoiader' ., who have not the
18384 yet signed "
J11 Nicaragua as far as Scrapakey, where in which himself : five '' years necesary *
Some that he did as these offices all made gave a masquerade ; : an account to me of their respective "
aver : to the hands
" I ti7 were met by about s>rty Spaniards who on the of courtiers played;.the part of satyrs, to resemble -' Administrations,ath'hijaid; trust papers,relating ,. tieirjchumsjin c
expenditures necessary part
heavy of the withoni
f | npoa them. In the lee number of the undermgnedarerequestedtodoso
'/I a which clothed in lose1inenhILits
. *.<*rk aal four were killed their occupant. He has left but one son- they were stuck with at the'April Term, 1848;aforesaId Court, which: delay., .The.paperarto"be signed are:left wU&I:
Englishmen besmeared with rosin and then '
nI "- Charles Francis Adams-who is married to a comthencesi'oiMondajth! .3d daY'.ofpiil: ; CoL Pons, at the Post. .Office, or zn -..
it-&II wounded. daughter of Peter C. Brooke the richest man in brown hair all oven One of the company in.a and all Guardians.are particularly ,ordered:to, at my'office..' 'GREGORY ;Y.J.T'pP;..
hewn ,
- at Bluefield that the prisoners frolic touched one'of these satyrs with a lighted their -" .f tit
render account of the of -. ,
. $ere ta.k to still in New England.On _______ an ages respective to ', ,Agent Duval..,companies.".
and the .
Leon pursuers torch, they were dancing in ring; .the, consequence aro.s' a i'wJ: t1 er'thej'lLIe now.at aniBild "" k 4
chase. it
to The% British steamier Vixen was about the 11th niL, in the House of Commons, was that_all the six';masks of satyrs what"'school PEOCKSS.will'issue against: _. .- ,March,4.IS- '.' ; t}:"

:. ''"proceed off the np the river. The frigate Alarm 3Ir. Hume moved for copies of extracts of the were instantly enveloped in flames, four of the DEFAULTEBS. WM. F. CRABTBEE 'Notice- .to Debtors,:Creditor*, tt.
port between Mr. Pakenham Her six were burned to death on the spot and the *J-
correspondence Judge of,Probate 'D.C.Jacksonville
Patrick Waittr, of the Musquito notoriety Majesty's, Minister at Washington, and Mr. King never:recovered.the fright.and disorderoccasioned lIarch'Ul84S.' ; .".- -'. .-L-egalecs. .. .' ;'i;
)' rut t4 the Mum King and Consul GeneralGovernment Calhoun, the Secretary of State, in 1844, relative by unfortunate circumstance. ,. ALL: Persons indebted the Estate JacoV,
1. : Britigh was drowned on to the general abolition slavery in Texas d.* r INVALUABLE, Bryan, late.of,Duval, County,deceased..,

3t u 10th February, in the river St. John. He : and throughout the world.. ,'Agreed, to., From oroP.icB1accountsiront: fl ,'FAMILY 'CQMPANIQN.. : are requested to make immediate paymentjasa/
I pMsenger oa board of a boat which came in I six persons having demA1\d figniny said est. "
, cl1hio with anatker, and is supposed to have Democratic Convention have gu zfthult., ., we learn thatthecrops: 'onthe; ,SIX';,Lectures on CftuseslPreyentidnand.. are desired to present them,duly authenticated!
b* The Kentucky island were in very b&CkWardtatS and pricesquitchighin of: -Asthmh Diseases.the: And all. ,
3. knocked orerbwird as the boots struck. Gen., President and Gen. Consumption, .legatees or;.other ;persons_entitled to:
nominated Cass.for O ns* qnence. ighaa' very.' :Heart; and:all Female Diseases.(334':pages, 23engjravings distribution,'are hereby :notified to.make thear '

'. Err, bdepeiidaxt Treasury.-The New York : W. 0.Builer for Vice Presidint.- M- dull Provisions_plenty, >and yeryloir.A .. ."' .-- ; _:Taper'O:'cts| bburids75, 'cen ... claims.within the time..;prescribed by. law; otherwise .

i j""ua5 Post says '-that since an independent It is said .that it has lately been,a.common' Mail to any part postage 9} cts. they.will be barred., 1:
scheme :JBoyiil'&a .-Lo ianv>frould'eat"ai Sho'uid'erces'.d, Chest Expanders, '$2 ISAI&ll'.D.l1AflTAdJflT.
Ut1Z[ went into effect in this city, practice'to hiss while G6d save. .the Queen" is_ I "' ; > .rr
. J ejua not M we are authentically informed, performed the theatres Dublin., one meal four'plates'different.10Ups'a whole Sfail tb:iriy' part"50:'cti: postage;. !.Inhaling March 25th,-1848. c 4w, -
:nle instance of the government.being being pheasant,partridge,a large plate full of salad, Tubes, Silver, S3,by,mail,"letter po t g.', '.Al>- - -

"I h a forged draft or false or irregu- vfMr.-Adam>. The:democratic mutton'. gravy ,and garlic'two good slices of dominal.Supportcr: perfectfS3 S10,'for all (NOTICE. ._ :: 3, '.

1_ 1. B)notwithstanding that this is the pay- convention'The Vacancy at Dcbhain,Mass on Monday; .nom bacon- ,, a, plate'of'pastry, besides sfinoitsj_ 'uiasweetmeats. ". Ruptures.fFalling: ; .: .th 1reJi.u. Womb, ;SIX, MONTHS after date I Bhall prsseat my
r ee fur the greater portion of the United nat JL Whitt kcr kK.fill thc vacancy: .. What is, an '1drman'i-..stomach,, and Weak .Back:,and: ,.Chest;:sent by express ; ouiitA and vouchers as Executrix of th*

r'h& Upwards of ;eighty millions otdolIazilthroughthe in.Co Edgar occasioned bytbed 4th of Mr*Adrams compare; yit1istic1. .... yaIma74' H i 'eyerywhere.;; For'IBraces; ',Sap portcrsOr Utate'otWm.'F.'Murrhee,late of N"aoua&F,.

. ni? handofitspffiCera.ICates .-- 'awL A resolution;ui fayar of Levi "T'r.--. ;q .-' ..eAit -." Rupture Supporters giveJieightfrom head ?to deceased, to the Hon. ;Judge:of Probate i pf.
the simplicity of the system, and adopted' .: #.'thZALBerlin'corres Ef1li riflA. foot,and circumference -rson'nuthc sari. ccanty'lor,a final Bettlemeat of$aid e5t* ;";,: ':
Wo for the Presidency.,
t ULe, flgila te'with which it is administered." ondenziid .date Feb.29,iri the.Madgoburg : "tAqjustibvethc; 1.M'&:'-''If Ruptttrejinentioriwhich BhaU at the same time.*pp3>-JAtenjf1Htt:

.' Coolidge SctttcncedVfe learn from'.the' Gazette, ''States', disturbances "d'e':1'iA&genfeivanted fotbsaI&ofth I.. mission such' Execntrut;.cf iwhich" /silip. .'

;- lie immber of hew'buildings erected' New ton:Times;that Dr. :Coolidge'%sentenced: *t had broken,
t- $rkdty kst jour, was 1.845which is:04 J less Augusta,"on Friday,:to_'be ibinged/aftcr. to.waprisomuvnt an attempt ,had.beenmade' 'onsthe'emperor's DrowayNt rkiPost'j : j take notice: ..-'JARYrmmBH "
tn : .t.A i. 11.
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t f -'-, "it'OftEW BJ 'H i" i 1'H }{A\l.E.HOU8B .Qf llfLt' r fEWQ''U-T!a.iE R E\R' :' '! DflTowNSNWOMPOflNtEXTEgCT4HtSLiPAU1LLA ,., f- P"rQS f'fJn Ir.'".>1feu" .;. ....,

4.J I vruIi: : atyye,reward.wiljl >e, paidj for.the an.prehension 'j' NL; tr t TO;l.1B'fjITIZENE OR2SOttTIU34kO. til; .,. Y.: f mendIDgit f p U:::41J .1.. !f
l R.I1N/\S, 3.
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ii .. ;L ,of Mat h.e"l ..Eubnnks who is _' '_. ,:_ ; : 1f.jEORGntf,'r4L4BI4MA iMls ..!.l'iitl'ixn1l iJ.t"ht', > th qVOT M &tl&-t) M.WOORE' cor;o(Oranll &L -

.i:1:: charged with horse-stealing1 and, other;crimes f > '.. srsthyr'OUISr4N4 7.'ENFlES8EB' ( LORm ; s&fi'di&ji'pleasantef .and. j 'awarite t{"u-. ,Albany, ,Ang 18C4f'I

Thefai4 Enbanksleft this, County, ab ut.>the, No. 56 CedarS_ ett-'- _New- York.f ., :r !'J' "';! t.l }1.:!: tt ; pwi6r.;toa Lt yold.. :IllBwes. dIsswhbotr i iv rir9'1'.Hl1B kN tM" BjfiRo' J
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o4ayj$4t, and IS now believed to,be init .-1 -, f A LLOVV'MEto; ,au yfeattentioir tfonrpf "TOW ?1* s\ckenvagl>t aevwat oij he.pa-* 'lht' .ct'otS 1dP fl"
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t EMtPorida. ,. 1Li ]m, d1JJD N' '4- t1re.iittve4iscovere i ---drnwst iBefulim edi tint and jsparU n1ar1yadpted for rt' D.if

i b. SalcLEabanks is about 26 or 28 years of age, (LATE,-'LEE. & JUpSONv) .Ii .'i! /,, uTi&&bt.mV.. Intention to tax M..jl LIYA.ND"WIN1'E1t MEJjIC1N ;' i lyNofalew'6, "r a lft.a t. ''
made broad the shoulders *> .t **"' wlVft** > : _
I 4 rather spare across. Occupythe "spacious''FIYE'STORY>If ARE4HOUSE ;you wjth,a.1..0 -and7tu, me.',<,adwrtiement., Th" % great; 8upejnontj'QrtKis''Su:7' ;p c g criti W e .L
? > about,six.feet ,in- height red or sandy: hair, but" qKBfore bfhe ** /1 'siparMaover4 othcr ;; i- '
4 ,No: CEDAR STREET th&WHCofwhichisdeVoted u I lay ydfthe.testimony; mos ra.iitth;" : .l peg1CHo ;ta ..t ,1 '
'. [t-f shoulders1 stooping, face round, complexion 'to the exhibitida'ahd sale' ,re" ': ectable{J1" ; iU"'l.ii th.UJ1'States, m sr : 'H s'd1&t s 'dis is'e' i jiiir ,. f ,, ;. :nntlve'forany Tot the'''nnmtt .

; :; light or sandy,and blue eyes-complains of his oC the Single Article of of my. "'certificates. :af4frbm"thlci? 'of Sayannahl .: n..u.; .'t"1)df rumptioi. c' d f '. .; .dii' te'-whtc1i 1tem J S' r .atirii .
t" breast and has a cough.that tt\uses.hoarseness -'tuiar .71 *t.i **' <:;* "./-cihse and '. "I9. ,,
where'Iresid lf from you?:6)ro Statej f t. : itfehgth'en. ,. tlitc'ThW dIJ _
--dresses genteel, and when in this neighborhood :P R IN TED CL I GOES 'Lfl ". '- : be curd ) /
t where the, Medicine"is used with, i dtonising2uc as / con'suinption can :seyeraHearsby.usingrth f taedidnk '
passed himself off as a Cwnberland Presbyterian Their: present" "'Stock' cbnsisits of:',:nearlyOne tt1" : ;.It.h > proved itselfto be superior1' "'.bro iti8 j tonidiiiction. ; Ter'wnipii"u ;. t less,Taluable:for"those* wooj'ire' b .,

*t i Preacher he also:professed to belong : Thousand;Packages! ;_ 'to'lahy'other.1M edicine :'forfthecufe"bfFever (! ,,f c bJ)dsc6ugK&| l ; catarrh!, titlimI'e1it.; j womanhood' r&ail 1s'aJ uI ted Yolal "; I

to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Embracing"some THOUSANDS of different, ; and/Aguei>wfiich.Utwill: -:'d a ih'the: very :. ,+tihgofblo6as6renessihthecnesf.' I ". ;.ts1q c w nffigt1&:blood,and inTi '.;_0,
: !: given us. the said Eubanks was arrested near and short Hours .it has .beenknbwntofail night,,sweats d1- :! 'Indee is "
patterns ,and colorings, comprising everything spaofcof never'. .1 f f9t ltf.U J : system J t medicine is JatklB S
.' Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his misconduct desirable in the line;; FOREIGN and. to'effe tceita1ncute.: : The7 4j .c < ., all thi 1Isasea to which! om311'a '
1! ; and. as he passed himseiffor J. Rober- Medicine is harmless and ':tasteless\ il j J t W *'itiQirindrJii.: 'Itbraces'theimpurities" ; .. .
DOMESTIC. ._ ,, ji a one, ,,- hole n-steiri';..rexiently'the r
; f soD'he was brought to Montgomery by the All which are offere.fl''t sale for cash or which will make,.it'ilie: most popular Medicine -- f iiitheside&c._ natural energ1eb-; '

p. Sheriff of Benton County, Florida, upon the satisfactory credit, at theLOWETPICk5? :in r'the'"''Southern; S&t&; The-Medicine' C 1't -, .:1t. 1titrili. :j, of the.body hot'so'far4t, .
t L supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who i s i i# 'whate4er"but'iS' can becured 1 'the r "-' I
by the <(of.j ihrpr p aharmles I .system as td'pnxiuce. .a :suhse e1a t.:..
:.i: :. was charged with forgery and who broke jail :llanters tion which' is the
PIECE On: PACI ( E. Vegetablmattr only; 1.0 '. ,: .CS sOf most'me _
; in :Montgomery last spring; but, as he proved : proti b1 there that has for
New Styles are received almost ry,4ay, thi8'Medicei8yTaIublepreparaticaaaitcures' ; : : rriT never was.a remedy, fe alwkiesianddjs'. '-* .
not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: twelve hourk' and does t successful in{ '
and of them are got 'tP.for our,own sales all/cases jh? not.riiulie'anFtithe' been so desperate cases of consumption 'DISEASE OF THE: RE'ARf tt
t? 'p,. and we have reason to believe he will make his and many not to be found. elsewhere. ,-, to 'bil st1"all:that' w ttfbe, as,,this j*:,it cleahses'jand; 'strengthens 'theitniand !: h TURE_ 'AND .DROPSY.}" >*"'

... tray towards East Florida, as his health is such n- Printed lists of prices; corrected from t ::done is to take the Medicine and to go to work app rVto'nealthe. .ulcers on the ,"". NEW.YOar..JuJ T., f.,tv .,'

;i :;: as to induce him to make his way to a more day to day,with every variation in the market,' ,To the'Rice Planter it is'a valuable Medicine lungs; and the patients gradually 1egam.he1r 'DR. 'T OWJfSEND-.ucu1'- : S&:If8lt., 1"c
::, Southern circuit. mineral '
as t does nptrcontain 'mercurial usual.health and strength. beeaafflicted with.adi353
are placed in the hands of buyers. \ any } ; ,ofwifli h,
:* rStM: SAMUEL S. SMITIL Merchants will be able to form .'some idea' of preparation.hatever j' and is' therefore a safe CURIOUS ,CASE, OF'CONSUMPTION.There ; aterrible"ruptnnithegreatrtf for'OT r:

it THOMAS J. SMITH. whenwe ,Medicintforthose'who.Are"liable toexposure.. is scarcely but there the"tm e '
,, the extent and,variety of.our assortment j a day passes area 'Q't _
1-\-: It H. J. HARRELL.. state that the value of our usual stock of :I'beg you; 'do not let 'me .have 'to tax you so number of cases of Consumption reported as i troubled with shortness of breatHtad t
'S, .1. Cahaba, Ala, Sept. 18, 1847. Nov.26AT this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value '.of often with"advertisements, certificates; &c. It cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. .ttrin or the'heart whfch'' hibitressing ...

." a Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern the entire stock of 'dry goods'usually kept by .has already proved itself to.be what I sny.it'is, The following was recently received i and :h ,rriqii.entl1' '

'(' : Circuit of Florida, held at the CourtHouse our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact} together nd'tHe-greatest'prootwjg body;is recommending DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir:. <,For.. the last, .:ave Ihr'b.,., : -
.r In Jacksonville,on Tuesday,the sixteenth with the fact that our nand, our, it to be the' only certain, and speedycure three-years ,I have been afflicted with general -severe Sh.2 almost everj'- .

'. day of November, in the year of our Lord, one attention, instead of,being divided among a vast for'the Fever. and Ague. All1' youhave..todoi debility,'and.nervous consumption' of:.the_last :such'asit1Ib Uttle'ef !

.t....! thousand eight hundred and forty seven, variety of articles, are devoted wholly to"ONE, 1! to--ask' your neighbor what he thinks ofHtihreys' stage,mid did not expect to ever gain my healthat 'had taken but thi tbttl& .f;, nt

b, ._ Present: will render the advantages' which we can offer : Remedy for Fever and Agu, and''of alL After;going through course of medi. thedfcinesew. 8 tfre1jrefleof d .itf.--..

'.1 '. Tlie Honorable GEORGE W. McRAE, Judge. dealers perfectly obvious, ; and it shall be course, to be convinced;you will try' it j jat : cine under the care of some of the most distin. the:heart, and 'the rupture, .:. ': :
"1" 'J our care that none who visit our establishmentshall least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planter guished gularphysicians; and members of the tirely'disappeared., *" -

:..... Henry Bennett, i Bill for Divorce.4Naicy meet with any disappointment.Our of.South'Carolina, who will either call on DOct. : Board Health in New ,York and .elsewhere, She has alSo'.had'' the'dropsy, .tadt 1r- .;

vs.Bennett. assortment is complete at all seasons'of :P. Mi Cohenl Charleston, S. C.. ormyself. in and spending the most of my,earnings in attempting much swollen. We had rn MM .11a.t i-/ *

'. .-t: IT appearing to the satisfaction of the 'ourt the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. the city of Savannah, and either ofus will give. to regain my health, and after read- .be so benefited, as she hi d sic1 h. :mpnQtiJ.

t ..' (rom affidavit filed that. the Defendant in the. 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 of diseases. But it has,*a_,.' w' It1''

: 4. above entitled cause, resides without the State' Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original ten out the-twelve, we will refund the amount to.try it. .After.using six bottles 1 found pear, relieved her of the dropsy' J im" af

i of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of this firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection paid for it.? You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great good, ,and called to see..yon at that this statement is so, st &":'.t,

I; r1 '.. Co.urt, on motion, of said Complainant, by James 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 SJJnenrtliete) 1Obe
.. ,.', his Solicitor ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee &. Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you t'oryour advice. I per reality. Your.Sarsaparina"is eiWD11"aiI
W Esq.
;Bryant ,
: S It is Ordered, ,, That said Defendant appear Judson, and assures his friends that the new summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine. aha "should be"used.b1'efay

and answer said Bill of Complaint within fourmonths concern shall have the same pre-eminence in lands are under water, which''will cause great able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is' suffering as ah, yebjf. : j '
this branch of which distin deal of this disease on the ,Rice Plantations: it four and of God disbelieve this
: ,; or the same will be taken as confessed trade formerly months hope by blessings account they *n at'1jb.,tii
her. guished the other two houses to which he be. will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sareaparilla to continue my.health.It .- call at my house and have ocular.denzt
.. :i. June 25 1847. and speedy remedy ;''you can do so by applyingto the of all that Yours 7.,' .
; And it further Ordered, That a copy of this longed._ ly ; helped me beyond expectations ;respectfully, : .
i certified the Clerk of this Court either of my' Agents or myself. Ask for knew my case. CHARLES, QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSE'.DYSPEPSY. Ja :
duly by ,
.:* be published in some newspaper printed within Orange, Essex Co. N.J., Aug. 2, 1847.c -

: ia'It. ." the Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER. 'I I AGUE.. State oJ New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. -
..j fQurmonths consecutively. South side Market (next door to Yer-I The Medicine is for sale by the 'following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on 'No fluid or medidine hns' v 'd&c&ir

: :, LfscAR; ) HART, Clerk of said Court, do hereby stille, Luffboro & Butlers! Shoe Store,) named gentlemen,who are the only agents for his oath saith, that the foregoing statement ed which so nearly resembles; the gastric t

f.... : certify( the above to be a true copy of the order Savannah, Ga. : the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit true, according the best of his knowledge and or salivain decomposingfood n""*d 'treiththe %'4BBr

: ; made and entered of record in the above entitled D" Orders from the country will be promptly will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. organs of digestion as1-this preparati i'(
.t Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange Sana pari 113. It positivel.f' res'
: cause in said Court, on the date aforesaid. :i tilled at the lowest prices. every iaaifjf
:. :. Ix WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto March .11, 1848. ly fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the' 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or chronic":";'.':11'-
made to Planters &c the dozen. Address
I ,by Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPARTarewT isL
,,: set my hand and affix the Seal of : Ai.BA5TMsyi
.4 -a 1L* S. said Court this twentieth day of CLARK & LAWSON, W. HUMPHREYS, Jr.. DR. TOWNSEND-Sir: 'I have beeiai. f

i *,' December. ,A. D.. 1847. FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Wholesale and retail .dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN BA VEIl' i for several years with. dispepsia in itsii'

K: : 'OSCAR HART, Clerk. Savannah; Georgia, tender their services Medicines, ,Chemicals, Perfumery, fcc.. Very few families .indeed-in fact we have I form, attended with sourness ,of stoma J

'. .' ':: .Dec. 24th, 1847. 4m to planters and others other and solicit consignments SAVAXNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite/! ;/ extreme heartburn, and:;a:
on cotton, and all kinds of country Sarsaparilla in time lost'any children the'' past aversion to aIl'kinds of toed, 'and fforr"_

f:. :.\ ';, 0 In Circuit Court, produce. They are agents for the celebrated THE :OLD PALMETTO STATE. summerwhile,: those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I have en unable to Mibuta

: EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom theyare A VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is con- small'portion on'my stomach: Iirlcdft

r .;_ DUVAL IN CHANCERY. weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, SOUTHERNERS following is from clusive evidence of its value and is only another usual remedies, but they had .'but little Jo-
OF : my
;: and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon O Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- instance of its saving the lives of children: effect removing the complaint 'j vti lifw-r

r. ;: Anna Morley, ) hand, constantly, osnaburgs and yarns, yule S. C. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir:' I had two children ed, about two.months since to try your JSxtnd
vs. > Bill for Divorce. from the Eatonton, Cartright, Planters, and Mr. William Jr. cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and. I must'ssy 'with'littlfwfr.
F '. '. : John Morley. ) 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 fide rice; but Taft using1 nearlytwo; 'lottltt1|

:, :.i: :. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, the manufacturing prices. Watts in favor of Remedy for Fever and. months old and.the other 3 years.. They were found'my appetite restored! and.theiewtimaentirely
i. I by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the March 11,.1 848. 3m Ague; he is a man your of integrity and his testimony very much reduced;and we expected they would I removed i and T would earaestiylr

J* -, above entitled cause resides out of the State ot'l WM. S. LAWTON, is consequently undoubted. .* die; they were given up by two respectabl I commend the use''of it to those'wLo' Bate tea'

fP .., }'loridl1. and beyond the jurisdiction of Yours physicians. When the doctor informed us th.it afflicted asT have been. Y urs;'& .'.
respectfully .t
.1.' .0 ,' Court, therefore, On motion of said Complainant FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANTCliarieston 'THOS./J., S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved to try your 4'\V.'W.VAN:ZANDT;

T by,James W.Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, :. S. C.. Grahamville S. C. Sept. 18th 1847. Sarsaparilla had heard so much of, but had N. B. Purchase none but nth as lave wra

', '. It Ordered. That said Defendant appear REFERENCES G. .Jaudon, Esq., near Jack- Mr. W. Humphreys .Jr., little' confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers that hide the Bottle 'C mpl t.J1'ud Ja Tithe

: .** and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Com sonville, E. F.; Gov, C. J. McDonald, Ga. ;; C. 31.Furman Dear Sir-This is, to.certify' that I have used that1 is worthless: but we ore very written signature ofS.1'fO "" nm"" ;

l%* "vh : plainant.within four months, or the same will Esq., Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F. H. .Fever and Ague Remedy with I thankful that we didfor, it undoubtedly saved Principal Office,!1126 Full it.' .Sun Bnildi
your success.
.:.. -. be taken as confessed against him. Elmore, Charleston, {8. C. obtained a of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y; Redding & co. 8 'tat&t. 'BostonDit

rf:. 1'...:' It,further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- February 19, 1848. ly your Agent supply of this place and administered it, be induced to use it.Yours, respectfully, & sons. 132 North Second-st. Philadelphii

', der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, I TVPE to daughter according, to directions and I JOHN WILSON. Jr. S. Han'ce druggist, Baltimore;' Durol :& .
irt.: ',: be published in some Newspaper printed within I FOUNDRY my Myrtle-avenue 15 1847.' Richmond P. M. Cohen t'hl1"t cn \'WJi
: 59 Gold am happy to state that the disease left her in Brooklyn, Sept. I. ; : ;
II the Eastern Circuit of Florida once. a week consecutively corner of.Annsireet,.N.jYork. the LUNATIC A YSL UM. & co.,151 ( hartres-st.v New"Orleans r 105 Sow

,;":: ..7 ..:. for four months. THE subscribers. taken the,Type Foun state course of health'indicates ottltirtysb011'8'a certain and cure herpresent': Jnmes Cummings, Esq one' of the Assistantsin Pearl- Albany; R. Van Buckirk.l292cdrtf

: \" THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. and will continue the business lately Yours the Lunatic Ayslum'Blackwell'sIsland; is the'. Market nnd Broad-sts,:Newark, lkJ'-h"' 't
; &o
;' conducted by.Robert.Taylor.. They will attendto gentleman 'of in follbwing letter: principal Drnggists and }lerc unts'generi11T
:: I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do Grahamvillo S..O. Sept;14th 1847. spoken
/ allorders they receive with punctualityand Indiaifeif
may RHEUMATISM. throughout the United'States'West
r'. hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an -
dispatch. All the,'Type manufactured: by This is of'more than four thousand'cases the Canadas ,A. M. REED f1
:. Order made and entered of record in said enti- : AGENTS.-P.M. Cohen & Co. Charleston.S. only one '. Agent !
them will be Hand Cast and will furnishall
.. tIed, cause in said Court, on the 29th day of ; C. ;, T..J. S.: Farr, Grahamville,' S. C. W. :-A" rheumatism that:Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, Fiori&
kinds of Printers' Materials of the best qua.lity. .j; ** >
has cured-The most severe and February 1848. ;
; March., A. D. 1848. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in Carswell: Sayannah, Ga.;; A. McLane & Co., its Iy .'If
In WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto chronic cases are weekly'eraulicatedby extraordinary -
; : set Jacksonville
superintending the manufacturing department. Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, '

.. [L. 8.1] my hand, and affix the seal of said Proprietors of newspapers,,who have not advertised ri?,; pO'r8ey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. t .MoiSo, BLACKWELL'S virtues : 'ISLAND Sept.14 1847. HOLMES &. tJKMESSRS. (
; .: :; Court. Clerk. IJilGr nge, Ga. ; Winter &-EpIing, Columbus
ir for the subscribers who publish ,
may DR. Dear Sir I have suffered
f.<* April 1 1848. 4m h.. W. Mtnictta Ga. '1'. 1'trick salem TOWNSEND- : HOLMES & O/: Liivct
; Root, .
for ; ;
this notice three months will be entitled to
: .
e" ,
for with the rheumatism
terribly nine years ; stock of Merchsndize'to Ihe'1
Tenn. W.. :'K. Kitchen Augusta Ga. J. A.
: .i'. NOTICE. receive pay in type, on purchasing five times ; iroustbn ; considerable 'of;the time I could not eat., sleepor building formerly occupied by the United Sta
: : 1)'ER.SONS having an interest in the the amount of their bill for advertising. Sperry, county,. hi.;..Solomon Goodall, most and
:. manage- Atlanta Ga. work; I had the distressing pains, known as the Government Building? 'l\P1
.. .. ;;. ment or direction of the administration Old Type taken in exchange for,neat 9 cts.- Anderson, Dalton; William Ga.parr.E.,A.Jacksonboro Burch Hawkins-, W.: R., my'limbs were terribly swollen. 'I have used have added 'to. theiir stock,'by,the late irrI

t., .1 ih the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued per lb. i ville. Ga. Samuel, ; four bottles:of your Sarsaparilla; and they have from'New Y rk/ fnlI eortmentofDrjOc
> Palmei Darien Ga. Cole
: o4beforo; the Hon.Judge Probate for Colum- pThe.Type with whichthe "NEWS'? is ; ; ,
done than thousand'dollars worth
me'more one Groceries Harclware Provision / &c.'tc
Prescott & Creek ? .
Co. /
: ; bf county, Florida will please take notice that printed, was cast at this establishment. & Black Florida ; Lightfoot good-I am'so much better. Indeed I am'entirl'ly which 'they 'are prepared'.io sell'priceS at icd&
0 Savannah Cun-
ti \ administrator WHITING & ; ; ,
:" subscriber such estate TAYLOR
; upon You
1 ningham & Co.t Dalton Ga. .L:H. &W. S. Ellis relieved. are at liberty to use ; ..
the of of the Successors to Robert ; '
up.YJ.er an act Taylor. -'
provisions Legisla- .
: this for the benefit of the afflicted. '
Th yare now Macon M C.,Williamson Davisboiro Ga. Win. prepare _
ttj of Florida entitled "An act 3m ; ; .
e to provide forthe''reestablishment February 19,1848.
.k:. ; : Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS Hides and"other produce of the ppuntr11a jr
R. T. ;
Sandersyille'; Flpyd Micanop'y ,
; of the Records for the I "
:: ;. coflnty of Columbia and for other purposes State'of'Florida. .: Florida; F.,A. ouUen Jacksonville.{ Florida. :, 'COULDNOT'WALK.1.. ',highest Market"rates..:and:make' casi>aaTaliCoh
EASTERN CIRCUIT-DUVAL.' COUNTY: R..S. Baily-Laufensville; ; S. C.: That Dr.'Towhsend's' SarsaparHla'is! the very c nsigninenbfto"th iT friendsihrSavaniB!
.' ajftJroved: January 6th, 1847, will avail himself -
The United States America For best female IS and Charleston or-N York.. :
'. ofrhe therein for the ;, sale wholesale and retail by remedy for complamtsthere f
: \; privileges specified, purpose '
_ : : : of instituting copies in substance of all vs. F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville.A no disputing thousands and. )thousands of They have' a new article of 'Wro1igU"InI
j: or pfers belonging to the aforesaid administration.pa- The heirs of John McQu&n. liberal discount'by the dozen''' weak and debilitated females Ithat"were prostrated Ploughs"to which they'would- respectfully. .o3 e
; : Application for the of hind v ''diSe ses't .which'fem'les'are the attention Planters. 3r
Ota purchase October'8thlS47: b'tn s <>
be found file in the Clerk's office of '
now on "'
: said'county and instruments of writing 'on Amelia Island. -' -' subject were soon in the' nj y.J p. of,robust Jack nii1le,.NovTe, lfrg.r|. ,= tf __

UL1'l g 2 purporting' .n.. to papers be substantial copies or counter-: ON motion 'of C. C. Yonge, Esqr., United, 4 In CireuiftCJouc.t,' health.'. ',. FORWARD & ALDRICH r ...

.. iitt of administrator's bond letters of admin- States Attorney for the Northern'District SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ?4\c"YQrK, Eept. 2.3t.18. 7. .
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ittii and inventory and appraisement &c.' of the State of Florida, it is hereby ordered I IN .'AND FOR' THE COUNTY: OF HrtLSBOROUGH. DR. TOWNSEND Ii -Dear SSr,:, .
1 .' -.-. ''. Wnlch\ were, destroyed by fire on the first, day that the survey heretofore. this case directed : Nancy'Parish,1' '*)' CHANCERY. : '' th 'last ye 1irb 'yefy,'sick, and jn a.;greatly; :W T.LTpHf ti e in the'several1 Courts b'Ma

of'NcVember 1846,' This notice given better to be made; of the'lauds'aforesaid, be'returned -vs. 'p" reduced:state ;'of,health,'h ingrediied by.avariety and Equitf;:in) t m:Circntf of FlO14i

-I I : to enable the, administrator enforce his on the"'17th day April' next,.before : James R:Parish.H, 'Bill:for Divorce. of.complaints sucU'as'fenales are; liable. Wat.. A.:FpRMTARi>; :St.Aiignstlne.'LAiciNew:: -

before the proper tribunal for a discharge application rce at the Court House in the town of Jacksonville I[T'havingbeen, madet appear to the satisfaction to"; shegoisOjbad'atlength.thatsheiwasentirely a'1lle..WM. t
j final settlement. in said County and that the matter of the 'of,the Court by affidavit;that the above unable to walk)and was as helpless as a child: t ., *
upon confirmation rejection of the said named"d fend nt 'resides* : .and : .F. CRABTREEi :
SHUBAL BURNS. or. survey be out i'ofthe State'of she commenced.1using,'?4':Sarsaparilla,: '
.. By JAS.;S. JONES Agent. ser for ,hearing] ;; said'place/'at',''lO'o'clockjfAlM. Florid:and'f beyond the jurisdiction of: this sheimediatelyeg.to.regainhier.strength,, -ATTORNEY"- ":AND' C'DUNSELLOR'L!WfJacfaonvillJtFJi. '.
of said and it is further ordr d Court .. her and after taking seve :;
Alligator Feb. 26th 1848. 3m day; that i. complaints ,left .
-. at the 'same- time' and Dlacc. 'there' -- 'shall_-T"-_.be-- -st-' IT is THEREFOREon motion of James T. Mag-. rail, bottles sheVis'restbred. .Being singular, WILl attendto' any. usin4entrustc4J; ;!

; -: ,<; Executor's Notice. hearing i upon ,the application of '. |.f United bee$jSolicitor.'for saidcomplainant; OKDERED, case Itho'ught;it mig t,d gob to publislit.-. ;hands_in any.of:.the Courts intheEazeza. 11'

mo ALL Creditors., I..egatees'and persons States for a final"order for the Conveyance of that the said James BJ Parish be:requested. .She used a numberjpfiemediesjkhat done her cult Florida.. '. .f' ;: .'
I' entitled to distribution or having claims the premises described theirpetition'fdr for the appear and;,nnswer,.the,' complainants Bill\of, no.good.'previdusly.rYours.: ,,respectfully',?. i '11 :

:-r against the Estate of Jacob Sumerlin., late f ofColumbia purposes therein mentioned. 'and)set'forth:and, complaint her in.fUedwithin.fourmonths; : or av I :-?- -juLLENj: 87NorfolkstvrfGREAT 'FE"o.l"V'Tot., ,, .....YJ., N. .G'STOI.. ., .. ."

L ::f a.' deceased-Notice is hereby for'8u h other and further orders; hhd proce t1:: Decree, a.c wjoiwiH.be,taken-against him r; I,) "\ )f ." -- : ATTORNEY AT I LAW' .11 !. ),

I given;that letters testamentary on the Estate ings;as the' nature of the c ,may':render"ria ,,:AND IT.IS: URTHER ORDERED, Thttt'a.opy,of : .TO1TflEJAflIES '':'' ;s-- *". ,Jacksonville 'Fkf
1 1:,. of the'said deceased, were granted on the cessary. .And iis' further'brdered,,That'a copy ,thMpJrdefJldulycertifiedlbythe/; of-',this'Court .FEMALE, MEDICINE r *. -4 tieEM9Circuit. ?
all the Courts of
i Wot in
d 18th day January, 1848, by the Judge of Probate ofthis order bopublished'ii1the (Jacksonville ,:be published income,newspaper printed' DR.TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARitLA'is sovereign "- practice. ,.:1 It ,'lU3.w/

1 for said county of Columbia, State of.Flk, ) "N eyis" until the day appointed. 'for the: within' the i State. Florida, once;a,week. conseutzvelyforfour -. and'speedy'cure'for incipient consumption,1 and, ;! .; '" :' I I ." .
_ t and that all chums and demands will be bar- said earlng., Ulonth&: i : .( :.q.1W for the geheral prostfatioh4 bf the'system-nomatter1 AUGUSTUS C. GILEE1
I IEastern ,
'.Jb.1 aat t1 k end' of two'.yearsJ'frdm'theMay: oft .THQ.' DOUGLAS, Judge 1jfihe '., J J.GEQ.tY. .IACRAE, Judge of w c whether:the"result of inherent"causes : :' COUNSELLORAnd'CommissibnerJOf :'AT i1"t

: : granting said letters Testamentary,unless filed Circuit'of, the State.of.Florida.' 'u. <' fir. Jtfpn a.Southern Circuit,iFla. ., or'causes ,produced irregularity illness oraccidentFRiT 'ATTORNEYND Of'nedticutwithin 0
4M and matle'-to. appear withIn that time;of which March 11th, 1849._ I, JoHN.W BoBABTfvJOlerkofiBaid, ;iCourt, do .r-; : "','"I 'K '"' ,x--.4'. 'aidforthe o State otP11

: all'persofns',concerned1'will take notice; AllclaimS Admlnlstrator'sNotice. hereby certify.thef above_to be'..a true copy ,of ';NbthinFdin-be.nipre Burjprising'than its'invigorating :' o' ; .: .t...

4t and demands against the said estate,'can aTPernj'oC th /ProQat lC tror TJuval anOrdedulyinade and .entered. ofcor&jnthe'abbYedtit1 -effects 6h"the human frame; *,'Per ; -:- ): JACXS01'fVJLt'j. .
AT .
) b'r red to Thomas'D. Dexter;. at the' Lower 'C iuny, tit .b held on the' first*Mo"nday dcauIp'_" the'UltlCu'ay'of. sons all weakness and lassitude, from, .taking it :' ; r ABLEST: OEERr, :; ;: '

Jtihcral Springs, ,, in said county., .' I in'April trI "wil\ apply' to ;said Court fort! ,D'C'emoer"A."n'J.847'.' : l'tlj. j.: ,,:'\f<.t."J .r 4.,>";- '"'xwr -/r. at'once come T bu t'and full ,energy under i I ATTORNEY1''AND' COlTNSEttOR AT .1r

-.- ,: ; AI ha h: THOMAS. D.'DEXTERi'1 'leaVe to sell a certain'femaJ 'sl.v ;laaihed'Jarie.the ", ,- intt iSffiSr1., ;;? EREOFd'! A'iWl.S' *"., influence.; lt'j n dLtely!counteracted the; : Qf ih
4' 1JOlIN'A? SUMERLIN; property of the Estate Priscilhi ,IVfattair,' 'r .'gi' tln etny'-5 t an'rrlvates 1, hervelessness. ':ofth f male frahie,,whicKisthe Will practicein the sevcra\curts ,i- .

: -,{} ROBEItT W BROOKS,, I deceased, for the Benefit. of the heirs and cred t., I :i" there Ming' io '8 : : great cause barrenness. terVcircttitibrFIonda-' 'r. .I ,-.vUi
T .
(F. ; Executors'of the said Estate.4' ;ors of said dec as d. ''ISAAC. 'YARN,;',t J.f '.- '- :llt1fd 1. f t'D cember, A. D ,J847.' z;It:;will i ot'''b S expected Jof?us'w lto cases'" .ofsoperforfced :;Jacksonyiilei E.).,Np<26 lM7 ; *
1af Al1ipior, FebnuryItit1 1848. 2m A4iniriistrat6r, with" the will abnixe c1M8.rChi1iS4S. .: ,. jJ 4rw.-ROB RTS"l r1t;' deU'ate"1\tdrtre hlb\t certIficates of cure ; f4SErOTi'
'I ? fELOT
.' .GHARtESfl
; Deoember'24 '1847t ;
: : rf : ; l i'Y4' I
qI NOTICE.: : : ; (" .4f', 1--- .'..,7 ,.1"'t. fj y, .,44-i.T*&,.*.HtI tf f *>,.' ,''b ut' 'wVcati i assufef the'afBictid' that .. : "': '. 'N'
1 'b'J
I ; I t 'cases"havejtfeesi reported .c o'. ..
t4i' MONTHS after datejil, hall present my a ; ,' Execut '" );IVoticc.', faaiaftjA. i''itht t .T ocE: : "tt.J. :"$ .;. .14! hundreds'I tOj.us.fDal ",c. '- J"' ';' ",.11'." ; Ui ""
} 'l.L' : 'Mywiffr.lreing greatljr : '
SIX '' T N and vouchers as Executrix of the .LI/ indebted to the:Estate of Fred < '"
persons :: ft a'U n of'D b 1e.1' : Courts
,BY'ORDEBf. ro t, B8i b.'tw kesa'andgeiea1.debiIitn& ; I-:WiLti practice inthe ;8eyeral ;
Ertateof!Henry: Barnard,, Jrrlateof;DuValtouty : IxL;' mckt Rice, deceaseo i.are:request d $Ito' :'WUl'be sold'aeof 1 pl 1 tjii: frerl ntb ." byaIn:tui with:1oth"ex'dctf EastcrnlCircuit.of: Florida jibusih- "Bt

: < ;deceased' to the Hon.'Judge Probate :rnakimmediato paymentto the subscriber. : the estate ofthesecondJay6fMay"next'John Du'B l ii< m y '" h2 knownba.Seswhiee ui'gureean4 hiscarerjyill U1eet trUh prompt t ii

$1 dtraldrco nc 'foria1 finalr-settlementbf;ai4 aDd all-persons,"cr creditors or legatees, having; : ;'the following two m liC 41 Jl ff d., t, :also ,to

: atetahdi(C'hili at the'sanio tim,'applyrforvhith' ; :'dejnands against the Estate of the deceased,'areiwtified *n gt'S'lA1rttab ut 2 )eiil8 1diidhidah.terfartAfln hearing it reoimm difd for such cases'as have n. '/:' J OSEffbililinkat 3Y., FttCK'. i

,,x. .4 Ldter t)Diimtssi u:1u,suchExecntrix ot to present. jwithoutMelay: otherjwise' -: :: t l'1 'ldZ b)1. Jf'ut. :'if described'.,,I'obtained"a7b 3tije of yowExtractoffly&jtotiW 1L\VDG,Q '<'<""' 'A'G'RNERAL 'n.a-fjt.,

ia 'fall persons interested in said Estate aredfcfirt4t& ,their claims and',demands.will be..barredatitheV'cxpiration : rtt t! tt! "? J 'CJ'W; DUBO'S -. diiBJ ea'the'diw cti "' ( I0N WOO* :'
ts, WpS
'?a take notice t' { !'_ & m; of two;years fromlths date. Jt.fjJ ftt. l f Vt.nt.f.d: KJ DOSE.': t WeIhVshplaliili : "1:" ./-.1,itu1':)'+d' h" '.fJpin ; [.'t. ."ftnybSieM#.'en"H .f. 'V M},
pen wifl1attnt
I r eo '
i BARNARD. Exccutrixlu. hereof., PHILIP,; fcut r. I t, > 'i i1"t. J" ..: "' : r .I
s. "HENRIETTA / ( FRASEBv 't M'I Jj.) U4, uUun W1It f-b { >nff restored vher to*Health" :'Beini care "ltl1.pc'p( .l'h.AJI',1. ,.. -
1 ksontille, March 4, 1848. '. 6m, : J i JacksohiUle, March 4, 1848. .
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