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 29, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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] 9 U.: } which-we commend the '
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c. dittETT & A. B. HAZZARD. | J ju. -T c.'lhSUBjHl i4vj! &T I ] : ffi;. "" J.."!* .\'S"-v"
DOLLAR if paid tw '.. ,. s since, that
THMK per annum 'i 3 ;1. I k B L. H says paper/a man wen'mt one of 'I '
f or FoUR DOLLAR hat the end. of the year, ;, :'.r. 4 ,. ., .o the..beer show in. town" and called,-for '*; half
nu will be inserted the follow- : : : ...n'i '1 ftj
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firtioleition. and 75 cent for each aubse. OUR.COUNTBY. ..n.. t.: \ ,1 : u "-" t r her quterlyj-iaked the

F,,. ent1DIert1on.die made.To yearly adveit'wen a liberal die.entwiu -. .., .. .4' .' "- .."" } ;:' ..' .. .. -" .. _."t._ .T ..:.__.;J.\;in' (... storekeeper his beer. The Jt.1 answer*n.thinrrasthe was that it was matter first with rate ,.

"'; adertlaements be must be paid for before in- VOL. X.) JACKSONVILLEATV9DAyMOflNINgApuL- S. S "S ; : beer,just bought in Boston.,. j .. '.

rPoao cTAJI: .nleM by a regular cantomer. By referringa S ." S S ; _.. ., '>1' (.fJ. 'L"'I Ul. 4AU.4 ..vQ t .',., ..: 29ISfl'. "i : :::: ;;_S.[N ._ ;; Thi- *saUifi r.tka- > customer,and heswaUpwed r "" .ar ii' !&
$.the reql1i.ltelm mlJ be ._ r -- n..jlrr.'r'f.. ) ht.t the remainder of Jiia beer. TiVnenhebidgot
11'::'rItrm'oamiu.ed with the advertisement. .. Alachna, County;!SticrifT's le. S. A. "'TRIP.'J4j TO :BO? 'tOO'" .' ;.h" ,' >' .."'. through, se ing ie1biugin i the bottom of the ,
aJII marked with the numbei .. .. ',. vffejhSMSgrp&RSfb"}
not virtue of decree '1"f <
-Mrrtism! in Chancery, made In I q measuhbjskedwhagt'jtaa.} ;"I declare. "
elht.ertitonl; reql1ired,will tontinued until forbid BY the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit [The London Punch gives the5owinpc? ? foiia MTe.ftiaMilVfciii: againsTyou,' said aperti said' the ihopk ep r; I forgot' take. out the i t4l

pi ekarpd for.gy'Five be for all. Florida, on,the 25th day of June, in the year tare of an Englishman taking gefris 't lopling coI1ector 54 ho enterecie atre :oapttil, st i* 1 shaved I P .1 iT i
dollars will charged announce- ... iPJ,1!io.. _.had. acquired the S
for oflice. 1847, in a certain cause. wherein William Marvin creditors at Boulogne.] S Customer. .character. ,of hard
.e :S3S.lbr8 MonU. : t tlO 00 and Noah M. Martin 'were complainants, / "Ah! Mr, Cwhen'did return from iiif
Upon .
pier.he turned sir a *waslhe'r
fineday Indeed '
and very
Creditor., 10 Richard H. Bradford Administrator SSSwDebtori and I J 00 of To take a.mental look > ply.i..i 9t 11f J 3 ; S i t l Jf\
for Letter of Ad miht.tr t.i on 5 00 Leigh Read, deoeawgl,, and others, were defendants S "Just arrived sir."
'U plljcation( AU religious notice will be inserted gratuiaflrAll I shall:offer::.for isle, Monday the lit At Whom his credit.and his creditors,, ,S. "? nofc PeaHilik *f the weather5but; your. "Any news?", ISPf.l
of next,7.i\twee oiirs' basely hefoook. rephea Peter in'a louder ky:>" "% '
day May the usual of He '4 "None of importance-caught a ahuktOid
*' admuiable personal communications will sale, before the Court House wnansvillein S conjured up the sound S .would.be: .betterjf we.had*little raia? ,- ?' ,. ., ., 5 S {'
i''rhsrgeds act ertli iemenU.D" the county aforesaid, the following described "S So" familiar to his ear, %Tn.the" nntjnuedthecollectos; andraising 'Ab! 'how long.vas' '5' it1". "'na'C" '. 'ij
for Job Printing mutt be paid on the Of Please to settle this his '
biH accountAnd voice'he .
i" l'1o .
Ail bnwl4 have :. ': #
work. tracts of lands, or so 'mu&tkof' air may be you. "Tetfi, et4thS: ::. H!A d }
j r r of the answered with'sneer! hey'on' bill?' rll-*' 0!>* -'> "
fir All communicat'ion* must be addressed to sufficient to satisfy the decree in said cause, to your ,. _. mq b. .t'w ight:' ,: S
S ; : "HOt 9i
& HAZARD ,setags pdi4. wit: All that certain, three thousand five hundred 'Begyoar!pardon; sir,:,Fm a *little hard of "Eleven tons and a half I"' & ;
tJlJ,1.Eff -_ acres of land; being part and portion of an He reached hi* lodging-door **"*; I1 I.laTJua4c it a rule" not to loan.my By this lime the 'listeners gathered cloaa T

s-:::: undivided tract, of four thousand acres, ceded S A trembling took ha knees; ; j rir to*',strangenH-and I really don't- .recognize-fe about C-..-, but not a emile.was tqbe..seeDl1P. ,
S M. Steam-Pocket Line He foudinPja _
...." kl' by the Spanish' Government to one Don Francisco ; there had been, +;: on: hi',.countenance..or anything to,denote thafr
A coIltt' -
most tremendous 'JI'm. lbr the '
Roman Sanchez, and described in said b'reele. Philadelphia Daily Iktingubhers5r he was telling auirh't but the tmtb: '" :X "
.S BETWEEN cession as being situate ten miles to the West '. .S S ccA..OO lti'bgW..iai d. ;and:hare abillagaintoua persisted '.uB1'!hefc' iy;-M joi;*" contihtfeaf'Cforgot .<<'; ;(i 4' .; .:....1
ward of the AlAchua' ad1 adiiig't 8t.MM7's, ? Directly in hirear, '. ,; ,the.c9Uector:, at the top of_his yqice:Pro- ;t :tell-you thatwe had 'loundthsJN.YO; ;.
PAr: ATKA FLA: S Told him th!reffjt'hotttIe: tbS p; ducing the'bill and thrusting it ihto'the. face of Brass ,Bahd.i You ,
SAVANNAH & and bounded on the North by the Santa Fe .,. thedebtor.S '. I recollect when J,,cam 'jip
.in the S .
BY THE WAY OF River and on the other sides by vacant lands, ECsought' pier. .".. ,'I've"determined last Week,:I told you.they took.their instruments
DARIEN, BRUNSWICK, ST. MARTS. GEO.; and since surveyed under the authority of the endorse" for no one,'10U with them, and went out in 'a'sajl. bc4tThfe: I'1 3'. (1
JACKSONVILLE, BLACK CREEK AND United States, and lies in Township six, and .. He looked on board the boat putyournotoSackioyonrpocket book-Ire- boat'was' seen' to capsicej and they wereWp;.
Oh do not deem him weak; ally cannot endorse it' posed to be lost but, when thfc shark Wt
south and
PICOLATA, FLORIDA. seven, range eighteen, is known up Confound opened
In connection with the Charleston Daily Mailfctampacketa on the plat of said survey as the claim of Fran For desp rat was Dunup's game, lt.z' .5 your' t/ pD.f'You'll :we caught to-day; we found}them nil alive and

at Savannah,the steamer SARAH cis Sanchez. And also an undivided interestof The game of hide-and-seek. _iieart',their liquor:bottle,empty; wd.Pete.ion, S 44

\LDING: from Palatka to Lake Monroe, theU. fifteen hundred acres, being parcel of another Go, watch him at Boulogne, p&ylt;! No doubt, sir,-but there is the bugler, setting'near. 'the gills p1ayfn8"Cnir .
You'II5find him always some risk about these
the matters
on pier ,,you this boson t"
Mail from Picolata to St. Augustine tract of land containing two thousand acres :
.S. Stages ,
-but I
: He'd rather risk the bayonets there must decline it; 8Ir. ;
Black Creek via Newnansville ceded the Government to Don ; :
and from by Spanish one 'The .
Than brave the bailiffs here musk be mine tod81.tcOh
Mineral Springs and Columbus to Jose Simeon Sanchez and described in said money An iti Paris
Alligator, Englishpaveller bvingcoca* -
yes-Wriety days'-but I would not .
Ta1lAhas ce. cession as being situate on the Santa Fe River, I for a week so clear out of endorse sion for a hair cutter, sent for one., At the appointed

OCAMULGEE, Capt P. McNzLTV. and bounded on the West by lands of Don THE LAND DURING THE MIDDLE It's seldom you I 'am pressed, for my endorsement store. time, an elegantly attired person arrivedj S
t; N. KING. Francisco Roman Sanchez and the other upon 'an and the down before1
sat his
ST. MATTHEWS, on GEOLOGICAL EPOCH. friends .. gentleman
even by on the part of a'
WM. GASTON, J. HEBBARD. sides by said River, and which has been since sir is stranger dressing case to prepare for the operation. The 1fit
youI"conduct Do
These packetsleave Savannah every TUESDAY surveyed under the authority of the United The ng-sno edand other crocodiles, which 1 force, me, to:put yod out. -. leave inexplicable.the not' 'man Walked around his "clent" once or.twice, I'k

Iud SATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive States, and lies in townships six and seven, have' gorged themselves with fish in the shalbw S And the bill was'returned premises. and finally taking'his standat_ some distance,

at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go south, range eighteen, in the county of Alachua, water, now sleep half buried in the muddy and er' office, endorsed-'so infernal tothe"Extinguish.deaf that hecouldn't attentively scrutinized; the gentl mun's face with .' t
through to St. Augustine before night every nnd'is known upon the plat of said survey as naked plains on shore. Some of them, eighte understand.}-Pittsburgh the air of a connoisseur looking at a picture.!: '

Thursday and Monday. .I the claim of Joseph S. Sanchez and others ; or twenty feet long, advance on land with difficulty Despatch "Well," said the Englishman, impatiently, J

Returning, leave Pa.1atkaevery TUFSSAY and I which said lands are situate in said county of their extremities being far better adapted "when are: you going to begin?'. 's t ?'
FIIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock,touching as aboveewh I Alachua. WM. GIBBONS, to swimming than walking. Presently a* An American Brigade for Ireland.-At the Tardon me, sir:" was:the polite reply, "Jamnot
tray. Sheriff Alachua county. noise is heard, and a huge animal advances,'. meeting of the friendsOr; Ireland at the Shak- the operator, b't the physiognomist.uAd.
whose true nature and habits we : speare Hotel, N York, Monday evening, it !" he cride out and sleeved and S
They are all Jon pressure boats, in complete Newnansville,Fla., April 1, 1848. 1m are at first it1 olphe a apron
order, And handsomely furnished in every respect a loss to understand. In its general proportionsit I is stated' by Mr T. O'Conner,' that over 100 ed barber entered from a hall, 'a la Virgil 1",.,,

are commanded by gentlemen of well is far longer and also taller than the largest names had already been reported to form anIrish With, the laconic direction as to themodel :

; experience.on the route and their pat- Alachua Sheriffs Sa.e.I elephant;its body hangs down; near the ground, American, brigade to,be ready.at any hourto after' 'which' the gentleman's hair:was to be.arranged .
known >Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued take in the deliverance of Ireland.
assured that attention will be 1 but its legs are like the trunks of,great forest. part the artist retired; ,
You are every > from the Circuit. Court of the Eastern Circuit ,I "He the immediate'enrollment
: urged of
trees and its feet form base names _
an ample for the .
the and comfort of ma* f
piid to safety passengers, I of Florida in and for the county of Duval, I ,without waiting for the proposed Convention of f S
vast columns which them. :
press upon of Emerald the
native other
the careful of A the
u4 to handling frdght.AGI of isle day
in said State, directed to all and every the I ISberiff's long tusks large grinding teeth and trunk Irishmen in Albany in July. Resolutions were
the revolution in' France
TS: .on hearing eflight.
: ,
I of said State, wherein Robert Brown, like t4atoftheelephnnt this animal has. adopted for.the formation regiment of 1000 '
Savannah. an exceedingly ; ofthe and his the
Brooks & Tupper king family triumph
I Executor of Jehu Mizell is plaintiff, and Moses elongated snout armed men, to be equipped voluntary contribuionslthe establistIJient
Darien. throughoutwith of the and the the 4
A.A. DeLorme democracy by '
Brunswick.John I S. Hyams and George M.Galpin, are defendants, ranges of sharp and strong knife-like teeth.: appointment of a Board of five :Treasurers,) of provisional1, 'exclainfed :* .
O.Friedlnnder people government
I have levied and will for sale on with a' standing fund of $1000 .
. -St. upon expose Tho, monster approaches, and trodden: down to meet any; St.Patrick and Li it not just the'tKingthat ;'
Bessent, Marys. I "By ,
the first Monday in April next at the Court sudden and the establishment or.I
Jacksonville. with one of its feet, armed with powerful claws ; Ireland
Bisbee sweet
) Fernandez & Black Creek. House, in the town of Newnansville, in the or caught between its long. and narrow jaws, an Armory: .for, th$ reception of military sup.- waIt5at.3; pevnaygT5erument.toie'veIBy.tbe .
. jLCoy, Picolata. county of Alachua, in said State, between the our crocodile is devoured In an instant. But, plies. It was, also proposed .that.the command' ernment she: nbw; has is powers, one.--: "'

. Qeo. Cooley, Palatka.KLafitte usual hours of sale on that day : A certain lot there is yet another scene for us- to contend of such regiment, when.raised, ''should be: tendered .,k..,' '' starcdtionary. -, -:
VI 1 R. Reid, of land, in the town of Newuansville, with a plate. Still remaining at no great distance: to General Shields. Ittliese measures'are 4 V.

I & Co.; Charleston.N. for- good dwelling house, kitchen and other out- from the shore, but advancing inland' towards pursued it will probably lead to a protest m An Irishman was requested bya1adyffoto r; '

1 .-Goods consigned to the Agents houses thereon, the property George M. Gal- the forests let us watch the golden beetles .and the British Government.: In the,.course of the ioiifor her pasini iodndiig.M habitkto l\fl '
from Sa- ,
- nrded free of commission. Freight pin to satisfy said writ, and interest and costs the beautiful dragon-flies and other insects as evening a number Of the French Republicanscame do forher some handy work,D- -The job was performed '

1 Bunuah and Charleston, and all way freight thereon. WM. GIBBONS they flit past in all the brilliancy and cheerful, in procession 'With the bahd;and sang the. to her complete satisfaction; ,'Pa h',said :

payable by shippers. Sheriff Alachua county. ness of luxury and untamed nature. The lofty Marseillaise in the street before the hotel. the old miserJ must treat you.'..,*God?bless .

September 17, 1647. tf Newnansville, March 4, 1848. 5t forest trees, perhaps not'much unlike some existing your honor, ma'am'saloT Pal 'Which would : f C*
.. IIN n-: The above sale is postponed until the but southern you prefer, a glass of porter or'a: t in td; CIRCUIT CO CRT.ASTCKN first Monday in May next. April 1 thick, underwood pines and, are the woven togetherwith Some of the Frwts.-Within the'few last days punch _'I don't wish to be troublesome,ma'am,* ms
I CIRCUIT or FLOBIDA-Oot1NTY OF ; open country over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars has k
said.the Hibernian turning round winking m
where it is not wooded is brown with numerous ; !
ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCE been invested in this city by a French house for .
. ferns still the 'at the thin-ribbed butler, but Vii the one ; ,jt ,
, The Southern Life Insurance ) Alachna Tax Collector's Sale. preponderating vegetation awl account of a capitalist wealth and title in Pa- while yotire z4kingthe'biher.' "tT ; 'j'S
t & Trust Company I be offered for sale at public outcry, and distributed in extensive groups. Here ris: The 'eXample which L uis Phillippe has i '

,1 to use of Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose WILL front of the Court House in the town there a tree is seen, overturned and lying its for ten years past been setting the'capitalists of S S
'. length upon the ground, preserving its shape, "Mrs.' lend me S S tub." "CanHTdo ?. %J .
Reed, of Newnansville in said county on Monday the his country; will now doubtless be followed by your
t TS.Augustus 1 1I 14th day of August next, within the legal hoursof although thoroughly rotten, and serving as the them to the. extent of millions ,not; now to becomputed. it-the hoops are off it'S.fall of suds-besides ;4

1f Poujaud. sale, a sufficient portion of the undivided in- retreat of the scorpion,the centipede,and many We shall soon have our city,overflowing I never, had. .One: -1 washesin ,a a.rrel21d ,

T hating been made to appear to the satisfaction terest of the following named persons in and to beetles.A with' French 'wealth and French immi.giantsto wants ,to use it myself besides, I've lent it.S. to si ..'

, of the Court by Affidavit that the certain tract of land known as the Arredondo few quadrupeds not larger than rats, but say nothing of-'a fallen hut"wealthy neighbor, S who hasn't' returned'-* it." ,,

P Defendant named in the Bill of, Complaint filed Grant, satisfy and pay the taxes due thereonfor of marsupial structure, are distinguished at intervals French aristocracy-nay, royalty itself, proba. 'S. ji

1 i in the above entitled cause resides out of the the State and county, for the year 1847, I timid e.ven in the absence of danger, bly. In view of these results,as we understand, The decision ofajudge at Brooklyn'N... Y.,ill J 5g,'

State of Florida, and out of the United States, ; and all cost and charges for the advertising and and scarcely appearing from their shelter with a bill will be immediately introduced into our reference to Bradley, a colored attorney, not : 'j A

I and in Cuba, one of the West India Islands, and I I sale thereof to wit: out great precaution. These live upon the Legislature authorize any person to hold real being competent to practice law under the new ..
beyondthejurisilictionofthis Court, Therefore, The undivided interest or portion of Blood- grubs and other insects living upon or burrowing estate in the State of New York, who may pay constitution of that State; was based upon) his "}

On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq., Solicitor for good and Thos. Tilleston. I into the ground. A strangely formed ani- for the same. It is believed that large amounts not possessing the requisite degree learning

slid Complainant The interest of Charles A. Jarvis mal, however, is perceived running along upon French capital and many French citizens will and ability .

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou- I The interest of Noah Jarvis the ground ; its general appearance in motionis avail themselves of this liberal law.-N.: Y.. : T-- S S S S

I jiud and others be required to appe.nr and answer I The interest of Jeromus Johnson. that of a bird,.but its body and long neck, it, Paper. Fate of K'uag.f.---Ihe: history of the latter '
said Bill Complaint within six months, The interest Alexander Muir. head and wings are not covered with feathers, -- Kings of France shows a remarkable succession., :

3I 3I or the same: will be taken as onfessed against The interest of Mordecai l\Iyer but are either quite bare, or perhaps resplen. ..Not Sad.-A friend writes us from East Ma- of misfortunes:' :

1T him The interest of Mordecai. Noah, for the dent with glittering scales; its proportions are chias, that he went to attend the dedication of a Louis XVI guillotined: Louis XVII dIeei'ci

I It is farther Ordered,That a copy of this Order, years 1846 and '47. quite unlike that of any known animal; its Roman Catholi Church in that place-; the other want ; Louis XVIII twiceexiled; Napoleon exiled .
duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be published The interest of Ichabod Prall. head is enormously long, and like that of a crocodile day. The interior of the building was crowded ; his son died in a foreign land ;. Charles i

hi som*. newspaper printed within the The interest of Aaron Peck, for the years ; its neck long and outstretched, or -a capital sermon was preached-and every dethroned; Henry Y proscribed; Louis,Philippe ; : 4 '.. ..

Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively 1846 and '47. thrown back on the body ; its four extremitieshave body,was waiting for the ceremonies of dedication put to flight! ; the Count of Paris rejected. ". .. '

1s for six months. The interest of Cyrus Perki ns. .. four free toes, but the fifth toe folded when the officiating priest quietlyremark- S -S

, (ISignedj) THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. The interest of John N. Sayer. down on the body ; its hind legs are short,and ed, that having learned that the building was Poetry 'Provisions.-"Have you the 'Lays .

.. I,PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, The interest of John M. Seaman. its feet perhaps webbed. This animal, running unpaid for by the congregation he could not in .of the Last Minstrel?" V said. city Miss, ad- ..

S do hereby certify the above to be a true copy The interest of the heirs of Wm. Taylor, for along upon the ground, pursues and devoursthe conscience'dedicate it; "he could not give from dressing a young ,man who stood behind the J4 '4

of an Order, duly made and entered of recordin the years 1846 and '47. little quadrupeds we have been watching, them to God what was not theirs to render.- counter of a country store not many miles from; '

1D the above entitled cause, on the sixteenthday The interest of Wm.Thorn,for the years 1846 and then perhaps darts off towards the sea to When the church legally belonged to them he Worcester. "No, we havn't any of them1 kind," '. "lt.4

of August. A. D. 1647. and '47.The feed upon the fishes, which its peculiar powers would with' pleasure be the medium of presenting said the obliging clerk, "butwe have good fresh I'

11 P. DUMAS, interest of John K. Townsend.The would enable it to take, either pouncing upon, it to Heaven." An exampl this, not unworthy kerfs eggs'that can warrant were laid nalon: .; 'J

Clerk C. C. of St.John's County.. interest of Israel Foote. and so transfixing the victim,or even occasionally -. of being followed by Pl'Otestants.Bos ger than fotf.week.1" 'l&j'J'i1i ; 4;

: Jan 7, 1S4S. lamf6m The interest of Jesse Delano wading or diving in search of prey: But we ton Times. '- m : '
p.--- --- -I The interest of Shivers Parker or 0. M. Dor have not yet noticed the strangest phenomenon.The Maryland and the Vice Presidency.-A. coJi S.; ,

In Circuit Court, roan mailed reptile, four of its fingers still free, The Lungs.-On exaniination the lungs will pondent of the Eastern Gazette urges'Hon. ReT ':

1!. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : The interest of Alfred Deforest or 0. M. Dor- but the fifth opened out, and by a connecting I be found full of innumerable little' holes. like a erday Johnson as the Taylor candidate for Vice f f'
.if membrane forming wing of large size rises President of the United States .
COCSTY orDuvAL: IN CHANCERY. very sponge Theseholes' are the cells into which especially as
.. Mary Moore man.The interest of Benjamin: L. Waite or 0. M. into the air, and flits abOut'or hovers over the air enters when we.breathe. So great is Maryland, thQugh one of the oldest States., has # )
) head realizing and even surpassing in the conditions I had President Vice President '
vs. \ Bill for Divorce. Dorman. their number that they have been calculated to never or : .
interest of Barnabas Osburn. for the of its existence, the wildest mythological rt4t
The amount to altogether a
- Henry Moore. ) 174,000,000, forming S c <.l' :" -i4. f.J
having been made satisfactorily to appearby years 1846 and '47. of flying dragons which seepictureJby we read of. surface thirty: times greater than thai of the The
II affidavit,, that Henry Moore, the defcn&t The interest of Thomas C. Doremus. or those representations which we human body.:' Every one of these cells is provided that the North Europe is now in the process

, & named in the above entitled cause, resides The interest of Rufus Davenport. the pencils ofthe Chinese. There is scarcely ; with u net-work ofblood-nsselj.by; means of a gradual upheaval, and th6 South ''undergo ;t' ':

tejond the jurisdiction of this Court, out of The interest of James Suydam. any freak of the imagination, however wildor 1 of.which the blood. .brought; ..into immediate ing a similar depression, leaving the Baltic sea *Imbre
itr. this State, and in the State of New York, therefore The interest of John Rodman, for the years' vague, that does not seem surpassed by some contact with'the air over every portion'of their shallow and Mediterranean deeper. .
. reptilian reality during this remarkable period.4uted' .. ., ,
Solicitorfor 1846 and 47 surface. When this great amount is taken into -S S 1
,on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., S
of Thomas Dexter as marked on : Picturesque Sketches of Creation. shall feel at how
, laid The interest consideration, we once necessary follows '
. complainant : The farmer his plough, sits in the
- It is Ordered, ThJ the said defendant appear the map of said Grant' owner not known for it.is supply pure ait to the lungs at every ; market,'and is. perfectly content with the receipts -* S
*&d said the yeaN 1846 and 47. The Learned Jicd .-A. and promising breath we draw. .
answer the bill of complaint' coraphinant the young of his own industry. The Lord of],the '
within four months, or the same will The interest of Henry Dudley, for years attorney of an 'adjoining district, moved out Iron Mill sits in his parlor,. 'petitions Congress,' .
**taken as confessed against him. 1546 and'47. late sheriff West, and settled 'down amongst strangers, A Judge JDugracftf.-By dates m.Texas to and growls: because he is not protectedfrom beComing -* '

11 jAd it further Ordered, That a copy of thisvwr THOS. C. ELLIS,Tax Collector 'friendless and penny ss.' His,first efforts_ the the 26th ult., we learn that a resolution had just less than a millionaire f What is the! S
Clerk of this Court and Ex-officlo bar: were made in defence of a criminal case before difference between them? '
,duly certified by the for Alachua county. passed the lower house.of the Legislature,,having .:
At the
- wpnlAisked in some newspaper, printed within the learned'and popular: dge'V. ,originated in' the Senate, requesting:.the. S :
6m -
the EZtraCircuit of Florida, once a week con- February 19, 1848 conclusion of his remarks'ii*defence of his'the li- Judge of.tlie U. District Court of the Districtof All for the MsiJ Blesse& ate tncy that; .are

, ecutitely for four months. ent, the lean d Judge proceeded to charge Texas, to resign. His name is John C.:Wat- Un.for; they shall'see'no ghosts e' '

THO. DOUGLAS, Judge.I STATE M"MONROE' FLORIDA COUNTY.t jury. In the course of.his address' to the jury, rons, and he is charged.with an: attempt to.fasten S Blessed are they that are deaf-for:they neT ..
I, OSCAI HART Clerk of said Court do here- the young attorney perceiving that his Honor fraud to rob Texas of millions ; .
upon that State a er need lend any,m of Benjamin Megin, 1V8 was likely to do him and his'client great injustice t
certify the above to be a correct copy anorder of acres of her public domain. 'stories. -f4i
made and entered of record in the above r In Chancery. and that he was obviously mistaken 'Blessed are they that are afraid'6f thunder ,
atitled cause in said Court on the tenth day of Thomas Taylor, Philip some'points'of law Involved in the case at'Iss, e, for 'sl i111''hesitate about married '
J Honor' at The State Gazette,'.otthe.l h inst 'contains they get ting; .
and and said May' it please ; _( Iowa .
rose ; your
"wary A. D. &wyer, 'r *
1848. TT2fc and from political !! -P' i
affidavit that Thomas the time Blackstone's Commentaries a'long i dpowerfulartiCl4. relative tothencroachments keep away meetings
T same taking up 5
** WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set lean there is '
Blessed that for
rt at I and Philip Sawyer,defendant in the that are mistaken of the Hudsbn'r. Bay, Company are they are a
seal of said Taylor ,) permit me to suggest you! .
L" the
hand affix '
my and reside.out of the that: State; The article asserts chanc.fpr.hemgrotat! : 5
this off ;
Clerk. bill filed in the above cause, on some of the legal points in case. :the territory :
Court. OSCAR HART, State ot Florida, and that the said T.hou! T rlor The learned Judge feeling cut'by the boldotthe'young'strang that the'company had. formed settlements S .: S abolished'flogging _tkn;
February 19 ,
1'I 1848. and, that: thesaid Philip asked Does the and erected' rti30.miles within the bcrdet.of? Good.-The riehRepublic'have
resides in'Europe, ; r,'Sternly
-- th'Mthe UnitedStates in.the na? '. Not so the American navy. > *!ft'm ,.
ot Mississippi docs 'demands
resides in the state ,_ young gentleman presume that,the bench Iowa,and this
1OTICE. Sawyer said defendante appear this ?" 'shall' 'the company/" : FranceJthen,.is already, teaching us repub'licanism. V
is Ordered That not understand the applicable to case dispossess ; S .
It S .
LL ; >
that the '
notified .I ..
A Persons are hereby otherwise It shall be ;$j f :' < < .i
bill .
the said "No. it pleaoir11o r promptly res. S S ,
been appointed Adraintetrtr and answer may -' ;t r.Th i: : '- t S :,6 1 _?
undersigned has '
confesso. ponded the attorney".! only:desire to had -- -r-
4 Ia.te upon the est.a.teot John C.Florida Smith,and de taken It U pro further Ordered, That a copy of his 0!- show how little yOUfl Judge Bueknr.. : about the. pleasure llqrtlfltztifY1..of.waiting: "yesterday. ;. !frWe on.out frieu' $he.S Duke ,of:Wellington i m J-',received,from*

of Columbia County, II in some ne1l'spa per.printed it." Laurenstille;Herald. ,the..tinie Centered the public sf.f>icep'otheiwesente
thtIIe der be published o, : ) ;
said deceased .. .. co11Wa1kerIIJckey, :! L
debted to the estate of Circuit of Florida,.. ,once. a mont "";\-.u ptTaUtiiitco33tr7 ,enormous sum of 1,800,000 fl
Ire Eastern $
to the represent ithI gi1h&tfl -
wrested immediate ThoniasTaylor :
to make paying said 4.
4Urew! Y. holding for nine months; in reference to the in It is announced.tn tha.Cincinnati.QhioVAilas ( ):; : :w c1 )\ bet e ,.WQ.G I.stermrg from,the public ir1 ; .. .. .',
Cl&t Allen, ettate And persons atld once a week for tour months, 111 which the Nueoes, The puneprtdbi} ; ,#>JonelHicfcej. .:. g ,"'- ,-. ,,,,,,, : J<... -.. ..t.., ...
LgInat said requested to pre- ., that twenty-five col ntiea; ; ':{ ;
r. are the Aid Philip .of Great Bn.tain : ..The.i n Whgr 1s'aAiold.1a .7ipe.f1t f4 jt
xtime t
.. ,1e1i them duly eztablished within the time referenco'to f ilcer. opposition e.ChOlen.de1egates oa theiPresi fcabrat? !| "sz: : ; .
JOS. D. Corwin county,more; ,Mdcx>nsiderftbJyUrgertth| .gftBepubUqrepresentative. testing'indip" tt i:8prinxle.it fin,powder,ea I'M
will bOPI' one
1 bl law this notice jOfP1OfldLTRos dential question, gets J
= or I .Judge So. C than Clay; but that."no;f one,10 far,,has,.mentioaed t.FiancQ.:5-: m14 bJ,.uJPter.o. more 'apazt.rotnter.uaUlt..L.; .... '. ,Wgd it_will:.either'" i' IS
Compl'tKey'West ? -t-hi'7 *M-.lf" ,
BoLfor ; .
UA ELIZABETH SMITH, Admtn str&ttiS.I&lC F. Lao FeDl'Ul'J'.t9,184& g m the nsme of Oea.Taylor!1'2 rThLpt S .S a&aA 0.; I' -

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r highest reward that can be offered to an, old that was not the cause'of the war but the an andjrepngnant: to the letter and ; : :

... THE NEWS.JACKSONVILLE servant. -T /%i/ f.')'Ipublic nexatfbh. fHe wasaskedgfff you mould $TeU ':the Colittti(t i!. ante 9elfully nr has r
whfc&> would entime f8 COJ1wne -itr tihe Resolutions ;,& : : 4
y I accept the nomination, flips tendered to me, ected President, of party loulfilyour
':' APRIL 29 1848NOMINATIONS. with the hope servingjny country by a steady Inet4l" HisXSuiswer, ,. was: 'I wouWp:, ate MadkonC6nvent5oapon; that subject.JtooJ ,' ,m t
.... .. andunwaveringgupport ofoUf true interest and seek out th.-best; men of the country,and keiectjthem ThAt it is !!ti duty of the O'1'p'p '
"wUhtfiilfeganfto r11!l' -f maintain invTolaTe the g11ta acknowledged
honor. p fdrtr: dil.. ,'
My past conduct as a public man is the best The above seems approach most nearly to secured to us by the Constitution, and : i the y.

guarantee I can offer for my future action, the tBs evident that the will"not support any man-for'President '!! M'
the true state of case.
H should it be the will of the public to place me United States who will not support and
i in Congress. -, old General is desirous of following the example tain those rights. : : ; r4 i "i

Gentlemen, I,tender you my thanks for the of Washington, and combining upon_him '_ Resolved, That ;weare-opposed to a > -i t a M

"t. : kind and feeling manner in which you have self the support of all parties. He i? willing,to Bank and a Protective Tariff and are in t but ,
the 1 *" f. '1' if4-t Sofa cnstitutfo5al Treasury.7 -* that, r
communicated the action and the wishes of < \ ,
:: UJlOCBA.TIC State Convention. be brought out either-by the Democrats" theWhigs ......On motion,,.__.........___ .. LJ J I M.'lia 1i't: cbl nJ '

I With sentiments of respect and esteem, ornatural a third: patty> ButncTpnecan. (oTouEV .Rolred, ..!-.That.as'. the'sins4 o r th 1'1P ; ucte.R>Yet Qd

..:. FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: I remain your fellow-citizens, the tendency of one whose life is incamP tat we COnua:J .ll"'J the nominations J ,' "I:
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GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. WM. P. DUVAL. and whose, music is the din of the l&the by' th'e' Madison'Statd Convention,: *' j'T'fk otk A
t; To J: A. BAUGHEY, J. S. BROOME, C. T. JENKINS ; -which pfppnm'dtionh'itT/ erey thaV the
Esqs, Committee of the Democratic. State- .field:;' The very obstinacy with ho"refnses ceedangs of this tnegtingube': furnished to at of-"thi Lak '

>4. FOR CONGRESS: Convention. to express political sentiments would render :: Jjicksonville'News',and: Augustine :the. Pete'" 'tw

WILLIAM P. DUVAL. him dangerous idol for theWhigr; arty.-, for Pubhcat o .' '4' '' 4 :
"";, >- D.B.....
CHURCH PXOPERTY'IN ST., AUGUSTINE.-We Possibly another Tyler'reign might,dawn uponus :Adjourned; .' JOHN MARSHALL: ; : :..... _' ," .' '

FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: have received a copy of the report of the Com- to the' sneering satisfaction of the Democrats, ViRGitR.DurosT: ,'Secretary.. ,. '" ," : .k-.j" ::''
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mittee Private Land Claims of the Senate in and the utter dismay of his own disciples. Be -
st. on ,
.: GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of Johns. 1 :" )led. as.Got
Gadsden. reference to the memorial of the Catholic con it as it may, the Taylor fever seems to have abated t %; '.:..lct[ N c ; ,Sa .tf
CHARLES H. of gregation at St. Augustine, for a restitution of and the old hero has heard: .too 'late the fGUILTY ORjNOT GjnLTrP troo" P8"li'aW'\\\

I':' .f ; JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. certain property at that place, of which the Whig cry, Clay we are,'and to Clay we must. Mr. Edward Carrihgtdn Cabell, :you last on. .the ,'. to.;

re. 1;! convent of St. Francis, now known St. Fran return." They can never xsonsfnt, to give up been! charged' iri'a newspaper called the t> etscor&S oft'r1.;:..

: .! rr To the Clerks of the Circuit Court and barracks, constitutes the most valuable part. their protection, and their darling' Ban CLAY All ; *--!*1r. Ayinthro: ;,the Abolitionist S .

tho Sheriffs of the various Counties of East The Committee express an opinion of the ex alone is their Arch Apostle, and,CLAY alone can er.ottheJIouse of Representatives, .with. "- : nst:t:m J-t.:: J4

'I Florida, we would say,that we are ndw engaged treme justice of this claim,and for the thorough lead them on'to victory or-defeat and deliberate falsehood," in stating to your i 1YedIIead'a'aPt 1'A= lf ,

t; ::1 in printing off a large number of Blanks of all examination of the the \ stituents in printed f ; t thin
case, presented following SOUTH CAROLINA. We to I your apology,7z? # ,,you : learn __
are happy perceive -J
descriptions, and that all who are desirous of resolution which to. to be untrUe brig.3&3&eu ...
was agreed
that South Carolina is inclined take share
: a
hd T
supplying themselves with an.. article of this Resolved, That the Memorial of B. Madeore, ,Are you guilty or not guilty? You city eQ"a i&
in the of the Baltimore '
.t. proceedings Convention.
.1. kind, at a rate far che.aperthan, anything which Vicar General, and the Memorial of the Trus I ample time to deny this charge if i the9th II t.-r'
has ever been had in the State before this, tees and Members of the Catholic church at St. At a Democratic meeting lately held in George-. you ? to take ctoWiw'
blll'you have done
not it. Have nothin
Florida and all the town Gen. J. M. COMMANDER elected delegate you ; flag fm'
Augustine was a -
would do well to avail themselves of the present accompanying I.
F papers, be printed for the use of the Senate; to the Convention from the 4th Congressional say inyourdefenceTDoy: ou. tacitly \. i 'heid"bQ(
'" opportunity. They shall be printed with propriety and that the Secretary of the Senate cause the edge the truth of the charge? Then to do ihia.'t:]fie oral

k. .'; neatness and taste, and in a style which. translations of papers filed, to be corrected and District.. The following.are among the unfit to represent us. Withdraw >> up, the public bftG
verified before the same are printed and all resolutions passed : your j was suds. gadtl
.. shall give satisfaction. The offer made by1\Ir. : ; sions for '
dl said documents to be submitted to the Solicitor Wilmot is a re-election. 'Let a man take 1i xatstOl n6 oD %i i
will Resolved, That the Proviso an attack ,
in another column enable all who
t : HART, of the Treasury, who is directed to examine the on the constitutional rights of all the States, place.of whom the people qf'Florida, ne ,..wit.h11itc ,

desire, to have forms arranged for any Countyin same, and investigate said case, and procure co- and the Democracy of this State will not under be ashamed,and who will stand by the torai: : ,.ymt

East or South Florida. pies of all documents and papers relating thereto any circumstances, give their support to 1l.Dy of the'South. What have you to ? in., and. here ru'ifii' .:
in the public departments or offices ; and candidate for the Presidency or Vice Presidencywho say a.>, ;}

other testimony that he can obtain, relating to is not sound in his opposition to these attacks of Mexico took.
", ". DUVAL CONTESTED ELECTION-At length a the title of the United States to the property on the Constitution, as well as on all (FOR THE NEWSTHE r.1thingi.." n. o"

', decision has been obtained in this important claimed and communicate the same to the Sen questions which separate us from the Whig ST. LUCIE RIVER. troopsagreeabKV
r ate and make as to the merits of said o cloc! report
t ; case, which it will be remembered, was argued party. Concluded
[ from our last.] only the
", ;, before Judge MACRAE, last fall, at the Circuit session.case as early as practicable during the present Resolved, That the Hon. John C. Calhoun is The St. Lucie River which enters the after the pollaTBt pra
r : Court in this county. The decision is in favor of our first choice for the Presidency,and that our At Vera CTwilirt
".. Delegate be requested to make every effort to on the North West side, isa very deep, took

.A :,: .CANOVA, the contestant, who obtained the largest CONGRESS.In secure his nomination by the Democratic Con stream, flowing with, a sluggish current troops and admitm"rased:

.. s'' number of votes, and his success will bet .:vention. are .,
Sound whose waters backed invention.
Senate, on April 13th, 1848, Mr. Breese up ''i1
; welcomed by his friends and the public generally. from the Committee on Public Lands reported coast by that low strip of sand known as Jalapa,77 is. awaew1
," At some future time we shall either publish I WHIG PROSPECTS.-The following paragraph, in :relationyto
inson's Island, and which form St.Lucie
without amendment the bill relating to certain
the decision in full, or give the points upon which'W0 extract from the N. Y. Courier, shows was ovenrhehail
surveys in the district of Florida. a body of water 30 miles long and from: of CoLJingtaci
: which it is based. i that not Jail the sanguine of
Whigs are utterly '
.JI.; In Senate, on April 14th, on motion of Mr. broad, across the lower extremity of : ahd: 's fu-U..IJI 11'
success, and that they already begin to regret deeply tau Le
River forces its into the (
I ]
Bell the Senate took the bill for i way ocean,
up providing
FLORIDA YOLUNTEERS-By a letter received their fierce and criminal hostility to their country's hismisfbrtuao;
the repair of the dam at Cumberland posite where it enters the Sound, in nbo
Island in the 4th
in this place from Guadalupe, near Pucbla, i cause in the late war. What is more to has tie
the Ohio River. 15 N. L. The St. Lucie River is a noble in relation tats
""' from an officer of the company formerly com- the purpose, the Courier, living on the.s tand
., Mr. Bagby spoke at some length in oppositionto of water, as wide as the St. Johns below of the treatyj &Jt
manded by the lamented Capt. LIVINGSTON, in the,midst of the apparently irreconcileablewar / Con rusjIe I
the bill. Mr. B. contended that the Federal sonville and very'deep. It seems to fall
,", 'which company was stationed at that place, we between the two factions of the Democratic by the constdatici.
Gevernment had no authority in the constitution plain of slight inclination till.it. reaches t ., States I
learn that on the 8th March, there was an election party in New York, sees strong probability of itrbrxtr
of officers. Our generous and gallant fed for constructing words of the kind. their reunion. el of the Sound, and then by a second and : on this/imps,.

Mr. Crittenden spoke briefly in the rapid descent, till it fulls into the sea. and will coLitianeD
: of
., I low-townsman, GEORGE HOLMES, formerly 2nd support "But, it is urged, the division in the Loco ,to airaittie.
.. Lieutenant of the company, was unanimously bill.Mr. Foco ranks in this State ensures the success of the .banks on its north shore are precipitous. &. \.n f

elected Captain, ROMAN B. SANCHEZ, of New Calhoun took the same side with Mr. Whig ticket. And this is urged. .by. men who water is bold, and the shore is lined with a article it is more

nansville was chosen 1st Lieutenant and JOSEPH Crittenden, and spoke earnestly in favor: of the have had experience for Sears of the perfect species of sandstone and shelL It is of thanof .the Umurl
case with which, upon the eve of an important 'sl t.c[1d.'beratiSti
bilL He contended that it mer texture than'the common coquina and
was the duty of the ,
formerly Capt. KELLY'Scompany : election, all differences principle and of men, fe :j'sligktno
2nd do. Federal Government to repair this work, and are harmonized or at least smothered, by the ,i an earlier formation.. A vessel of an' h tfe$j'tte American

,. We also understand that on the application that ample authority could be found for doing Loco .Foco party Hitherto, to be sure, the tons can lie alongside the, shore, and. "f'jcctioptheae

'r of Gen. PATTERSON, Capt.lIoulEs was speedily so, under the clause of the constitution regulating contests and pertinacious between the;two but factions they are have evidently been bitter discharge by a wheeling plank. This 'z'V..?rtitr sole,-nainlfiddi.rather tici>D-

.t' be ordered to the Mexico. commerce among the States. covered with a dense growth of tropical '
to City It appears, meant to, affect the nomination only. When sc '
that on the passage of the Florida company After father debate,'the bill was read a third that shall have been decided, the differences some of which are larger than ever s w'b ; QueretarOj-.tben

., ,: from New Orleans to Vera Cruz, a member of time and passed-yeas 31, nays 8. will disappear. The nomination'of ,Se1l tor which for: high .rolling shell and sand s : : of theMf i-

: Illinois mounted fell the House, was presented the petition of Dix for Vice President would and probably will, that arid latitude, is singular. :: puties AN."..
men overboard
and '
obviate the whole difficulty; and the party in and now that.tie
SilasIn Reed citizen The Sound bounded the
a of Missouri on East by
was saved by the personal exertions of Cap ,preferring this State will be as firm, as united, and AS to whom it
HOLMES. This gallant action was witnessed by merous charges of official misconduct against' F. strong as ever. densely wooded mangrove shores, und an additional in

: ,(. Gen. PATTERSON, and he does not seem to have R. Conway, surveyor general of the States of Illinois "It seems to us.; in view of these considerations West by'high rolling ridge, or bluff, and Senators cctfe
and looking to the accession of new :Loco with : border appear whethcrii
it. and Missouri: referred to the Committee a rocky out of which ub
N forgotten Foco States since the last election, that the ( of theUflitd
on Public Lands. merous streamlets and .springs of fresh
Whigs can only the election : to
I r "r carry coming by J;ueretam6atho\
: ... NEW BOOKS.-We have received the May the most strenuous, united and prudent eye Along this ridge the settlers have opened announced tiUe.
j GEN. tions. The Loco Focos have all the which amid of oak : !haUJc lk fore
: number of "Godey's Ladies Book." This asfar TAYLOR POLITICS. power clearings groves palmetto, qity
.. the vast patronage of the country confers, and satin wood which have not Lel evev@an,
they with
1, as the illustrations are concerned, is a truly At the present moment an inquiry as the political which the Loco Focos! will always use. They pctatio ., ,lull,

f magnificent production, and does credit to the opinions of CCU/TAYLOR would seem productive will take care to present all the issues of the primitive shelter from wind and! \ tcy) ccmaaw-

enterprise and liberality of its publishers. The of as much result as the celebrated questions War in their strongest shape, and will rally to "log cabin. They have settled on th : "$ by thjjhtt-
be "whether the is them a degree of popular support far .greater rustic plan of small farms. The soil is will prcbubly,accoa*
articles almost from moon made of '
appear exclusively green
than the Whigs are willing to allow. ,If_ the : an exccative-.m.et
shell and sand with loam. ;
t :'. .. the pens of ladies. Also: cheese-or, whether "donkeys ever die,"-so Whigs expect victory, they must shape their : vegetable and the dec&pa
: .. "The Life and Public Services of Henry Clay," difficult is it of solution, from the utter absence policy,as far as nominations are concerned, : I to growth upon it is dense and vigorous. arrive, will bc. B 8

; .. '. 'by.ErES SARGENT. This is not so much a biography of information, either in himself or any other the emergencies of the case. They must follow settlers are engaged in the culture of to the llepobHiTof
their judgments, rather than their feelings. fruits and in the, turtle All intercaiito!
,.II.' of a distinguished statesman as an eulogistic human being;as to whether he has any political fishery.
And above all, they must start in the race, with her ind pen en=.
: : political tract Its fulsome flattery and opinions whatever. At this time the examine a full conviction of the difficulties to be encountered dcavoring to get in pineapple plants, as avoid meetujj-ii,

rabid partizanship, do more credit to Mr. SARGENT'S tion appears to us of very little consequence, to ,-and with a disposition to allow those:: promisei.to:! do welL There will be grown It must

,:. I heart as a worshippcrthan to his head as Democratic party, inasmuch as he has in difficulties' all the weight, to which they are e n. ral hundred during the ensuing SC by legislators: ik

'man of letters.It published by GREELXY & Mc- timated from the first that he is only willing to titled.? There were some thirty or forty grown : 'pon a i il tl"w!
ELRATU, and the object is sufficiently explained be elected as a man, and not as the representative DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN ORANGE summer. I saw the plant growing,-also ,,y

by a paragraph in the Tribune, that any of any political sentiments. This begging COUNTY. ". cocoanut tree; the' guava; lemon, lime, ; Ii

.. devoted friend of Mr. CLAY who will circulatefifty for idolatry may very well .uit the wishes and The following report of proceedings of a &0. I ate of the' fruit of the banana EUROPE. ,t,

: copies or so among his townsmen, now that nature Whiggery, particularly they are in meeting, at Mellonville, will show that the Democracy there. I saw the Tamarind tree rho' a Intelligence wen

M : party feeling is not violent, nill secure an accessionof search of anew deity, and we accordingly find of Orange County have resolved to be in the open air. The Pawpaw grows wild : '

:,' t Clay votes next fall. that where a great many Democrats claim old even with their and- the imported West India species grows; are it is stated,il
neighbors, are even now
!K:1" and The of tropical fruits and Irish buys
I J Ares' :; "Rough Ready" as one of themselves, by growth .plants are )
buckling on their armor for the fight
'. .";.! I ; : GOV. DUY AL'S ACCEPTANCE. far a larger number of Whigs vow he is true to We trust that their example will be speedily longer an experIment. The Sisal; hemp police are, fraterai>

the last oa high and is found wild. Sugar cane matures and t
protection nationalBank.
With much
: pleasure we present our readers followed in the other counties.At to Scotland,.to. pn
r';1' this week with the following correspondence large and respectable meeting of Democrats like corn, a yard long. The juices are '

: the The papers have been teeming with his"letters" full saccharine matter of good quality -' Sot\ingham
,,, containing acceptance of Gov. DUVAL, of his of Orange County, convened at Mellon that
u.sl1' >r
"Y nomination. We extract it from the Floridian and opinions,"and as each party denies ville, after the adjournment of the Court on may judge of the syrup manufactured; all armed fr

: the authenticity of those produced by the other, Wednesday, the 19th April, 1848., from it. It it.altogether the most i + *; ,

PLANTER'S HOTEL of course no definite result has as yet been arrived and Col. John J. Marshall was called to.the chair, section of the South,.in my opinion, and a : een London s':;pt::}!

Tallahassee March } at. Virgil Dupont, Esq., appointed Secretary of Government in the n the Sarah Sow,
25, 1848. Very recently, however, there has On motion of Henry. Crane, a committee.of fostering way of '

Hon. WM.). DUVAL: appeared the following, from a gentleman of five was appointed to' nominate committees of communication along the coast, and in in a quiet''sW 5

\ t : Sir-The undersigned Committee high respectability who'conversed with him at vigilance for each precinct in the county:' cing from tropical countries richand_ rare petty disturbance'?

,.UK .:'; appointed by the Democratic State Co ahis house at Baton Rouge. Whereupon, H.A.Crane, Willoughby Minsha' and plants, will soon make ,it 'a populous r..
.. Tcntipn, held at Madison Court House D. Dummett, P. G. Hyrne and John. Simpson
t r on the "I take the : full 'sn1'd
of eattcr be recoltr;
liberty addressing thrifty region. Why cannot a |
and the
4 !> 20th inst, have the pleasure of informing you were appointed by Chair.
you the r& he !*
rl t that you received the nomination of that bodyf giving you at same time some few facts r eThe committee of five, after a short absence, ed to the Bahamas;,,to,bring in.there a people, .%

1': as the candidate of the Democracy of Florida lutivetoOen.Taylor'spositionbeforetheAme r- nominated as vigilance committees, for'Fort fresh plants of the Pineapple 1. ''\A
can people as it RepiIbU
regards the
.;ci!; for the important and presidency.. In a Gatlin precinct-Aaron Jernigan
responsible office of Representative : Willoughbyana *
with 'In to form TheKiflJ
Dr. to question as
j' r in Congress of the U. States. (a gentleman in M1D8h Randall :Maston. For Mellonville 'respect your but : *
whom the
In thus discharging this agreeable and utmost confidence can be placed ) he precinct--Peter G. Hyrne and Henry A. Crautr ty I have to answer that I saw no ruins. waajSjtf
: < pleasing told that he : almost '
me called the to safe
'. .t.. duty we must be allowed to express our residence at Baton on ,and old General at his For ;Enterprise precinct--Virgil: :,Dupont, John, region :hag,thevappearance of liaviug been
: hopes that you will willingly } spent some three'hours Simpson? and Ora Carpenter. For Smyrna a J
the pr: cultivated. The
at accept nomination in his company. ,Like all others who mealy settled and ; of a war bet?ea
eruct.-John J.
thug Marshall
to Dummett
and that Douglas andAsa' '
;. be able to sustain triumphantly you, in the you may cribe him, he says that he is a man of sense o Munson.: ForYolucia precinct James! not I believe the ori g ina1. There'is 'said. .;
appI'oachJngc frank and ; : n k'r'
en tree in Austria.
,- .:' ;' test, the proud banner of Democracy and to, manners, ever read y ,Martin and Washington,Sharp 'Which nominations a field 'the.Chocolate Cocao now g i ,
or ll !f.
give receive information umte !
:t: ">'t':. equal rights. of usc. lIe states any that She is willing that to may be the be were approved by the; meeting unanimously there. There are appearance .ofaucient ..,.-.I,1

: Your very obedient servants, President of the : ( 'But. exploration the llilt4
; down
r t' ; ; J. A. BAUGHEY, ) people not of aparty,that if the On motion of Asa Juunson, 'it'',was resolved, tali'h ; ?!; .e
: "' J. S. BROOME Committee. democrats nominate him, he will:rtm, provided that the vigilance camuuttees assemble on'the j :to discover what'you'ha : !,flail
Si. they ask no pledges for his I '_ _-_ iti. 1 i destined( to
',: "C. T. JENK1Nay ;, ) the whigs nominate him he future course; or if first Monday in June, :at'the Court-House,. toselect ludedtojjf therelio Vere 4 rui ij1.t0: ,e"o., ; aDC&';

.... will run on the suitable candidates, for members.,of. t, SkLucie P.oinHs the naturjilvVite o'f; a" '4)1
i' same principles and no others. Again ; : t.
TALLAHASSEE should Leislature.
April 10, 1848. a third party bring! him out he which Wwi; be ,again so occupied< 'Tn 'Sp fu-01fd'
will ,
Gentlemen-Your letter of March 25th : still be a he',.following resolutions, offered b Cant .
a. r 'e was candidate, they appear to have the ; ? 'oQuJiiry'sJ;; it ba' :iettled.Tip.. A most"deli ., r _
received on my return from the Jefferson CirP majoritv Douglas Dummett were :unanimously adopted, ; .. ,. .I
He is m favor of the 0: 't. : H"! ; -r"-'" Ji
h' cuit Court to this place, and would have been ed to a national bank.present He thinks tariff that; and the oppo Pre s after:some remarks in support" of'the'same'"'; .I,yBeS'olv ful site it i iand1somethinge'This !! .. YB.1P..a1t! .. a..1' u.tr,.tJ
u answered earlier, but for my professional engtfeements G. Fairbanks, Esq. ,is;the terminal' Dint of JBast Florida '
in sident was not to blame about the war-that he d'Thafw ; l j ji.4. : ,.bdi=ied;, Jt
during the last :tlie
cordially of
week (Gen.Taylor) was the cause of the .approve 'aad 1i:is theiieaiat int f nmer id : : '' ",
moving of the .
: a;a, My nomination, by the,late Democratic State course ofthepresentDelnocrataeAdminlsfi'utIea .... : ,.
JWfft Jr < >t ;
{ "
1 } ;
to the frontier l l. i '
It:' "' Convention, as a candidate for Congress, is; duly army on ;; and gate, as his r in respect'to all,the great questions it has been i cattrae. accrose. 1t e e" nand' itli'ihel11 ; despatch gij '
sons that force :"1i.i cY#*
t ':;l') It is now a large was collected at Mata- called' to:act and have.the ghLake,0..lze'ec.h1 > nd?dir A'cadia jdj&f
appreciated. upon :
t ? twenty-seven years moros, and, 'unless there.was an :highest feel .thro." ,g. !an:.,.; ...... ,: !
.r *Ince I first became a resident of Florida; and in the neighborhood, that 'the opposing force ,ings'of gratulation in the triumphant success chee Rive vvifch oiitolba.Y \. t Insi 4. r':::;.f! '.
r y .the distinguished honor and continued con fi might of our arms engaged in a fordgnwar.+(i4r : r < ;
offer ; .1
ail 1r cross and commit any amount of depredations [b'miJ the'11 a e.an fie, ulph'ot t1il.I
,, .dence manifested by my fellow citizens,through withonthiseing able to Resolved) That the attempt to fasten upon th. ti9P."" i ; ** : tomb:1tdt.cOQ

f. ,. tieir Delegate* of the State Convention, is the in,time to save the inhabitants.arrest their'pro.ofSres8 country)the; restriction known: as';ther: WillOOJ ana twenty.PJ j *v J He ?
- zNs4'4J ,says Proviso, is contrary .to the.- \foists lofi'-the to tb.. head :.4ttC e rof.T.&t.CjJqC!4"i1:1" : ?> I po ;.- p d'htgJPYL f



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duchies all in tiori-ftTjaan :andliad : I- -l l J -
?_, Italian upen :wtiHed Ozfthe 1 i'id. : ? I- HI'I' J-l Y'-t.

'! Saxony declared for aRepubTk braced by his permit* ace offour years. I f'mdui1l1. iJ iBo.fl a' 'HOR. U jmlf/ Tas V.)k le .'-"'.a.-. r-I,4 o,
urre.Ion.v*>r&Hanover. were triumphant, next(o1lowng.tbe-1i yea after the date of. :L' hON.iie 2OthrInL* negro' 4 T'_' I" 1 O/.... r ale,'J""..1 r ftn'" .:'H... ..,._... REED.\ .ON Monday.U1e-8th dayr)f May tti 't fftii; rt...

M. j 18 demandmg large concessions from his permit or, if he'erected aia dwelling and calls Vunself JIM'BCK1ANan A n IVJ 1 8. .. \ ;:t.!)-.1-1J between the 'usual bmn ota1._ that t
b&b1 resided on other land than :' ys dayy tro rvet. er perhaps in revolutioBiiing. that described In hiS lie belongs to Ttobert Stewart the .State tftd Coaatr

ar E.Dding armies to oppose Republicanism permit, south of the line finding"townships county, Florida! The owner,u"of ireqnested Ration- ioin1 Booi8T I Pfli.L M..I. TxtsvomuehOfth& 'foUowinjr wffi>.edt, et t

nationS France tranquil andSsmWcssing. nine and ten south,and,east of the base line he .to come forward'pay expedses.'and:take him p >. +"GAi&en' do..fii4aIAd Marocdo Bot& of lAnd/as will pay the sane-- and sll ncceasajy 1;f'

11 : Chartists defvingrrgoyerninent shall cuter and pay for the land:on which he *fty. JA.BABBEE.'JanorD.cT 'tAU', REEb': I expenses viz:282 acres of land on the SC'J&sa I !

!e; and determined hold resides if in market, if he has not already doneso Jacksonville,April 29 1848 ,. tf April,15184S.r, .;. ., Irl{ n, : 'i f st u' i River known as the St.JOft h'.Tract; ***%,. d:
'' ,_ ,
: .
fore > 'f to the
he 1 1 Z longing
Z- Ireland boisterous and demanding2epubliC can receive a certificate for the :'j estate of Waters Smith;12COacrti

t. land embraced by his permit. He shall also ('Piftktes Preserves, Fraits: AC,- of land belonging E.Pohl&Son?390 acr abe -

prove that he resided on the land covered by THOMPSON'S DIGEST. ,of ,the lwaof / KCKLlS-T3iiv: i ; Iongingto Lindley Todd; utI1ed""W"A.F ,if
Mott, the son of our eminent sur- his permit to 15th June, 1844, when the amen- For sale by ,* MIXED Nuts Raisins, Prunes,Almonds, ward as agent; 1000 acws belonging toR Pohl& 'fI
jflue April 22.. ,:
to the revolutionreodereag datory act was passed. .A.M.-REED. Fresh Lobster Salm"n '. Son'returned by John Klngt.em.ge& :. 4 .i-
*" t SeVV1** and.Peas in cans Pre ; 2>
"t Palermo. He is repi-e cnted as havingi TMrtL Where a settler shall have died before . T- served'Gingerj. Cranberry! ,Jain',and''. u!;Co 350 acre belonging-to.Cornelius Taylor*.AU H.1J.

Mnonin their most dangerous attacks. the expiration of the five years from the commencement The Board of 'CommtssioBers coa Paste, Chocolate, :Mftccaroni,7 Vermicelli the above'land. being within the county 'of. DttaL '. t:

; > brlTe11 and coolly, and in his profes of. his settlement, proof of his compliance .for the -Dlr.r .UIU.....Ii, State 'Yeast. Powders,'Sp4aai4. Seidlitr. ., _. THOS.LEDWITH, JJheriff and ;.

gbiDg cap:1city performing valuable surgical with the requirements of the law, up to ,ofPUrida, April Term, A. 1>.:1848... For Sale by" A.:M. REED.. Ex-offido Tax Collector.' D.C. '' ._t
9u1 the wounded. It is said thet1f6e the time of his death as specified in the first .April 15I, :. Jacksonville Not. 5th, 184 ?
upon < .
idolize him, and his name jdJjdeatifleawIth al- und second of these regulations, shall entitle ORDERED -, 1, ;.
almost iJ
their glorious cause. his widow and heirs to the land if he left a widow and Samuel Bishop are hereby Sheriff's Sale. .'.

[ ______ ; and if not, his heirs at law shall be enti- appointed to act as Pilots for the ,harbor of Jit ALACETUA HOUSE. .Jit BY virtue of a writ of fi. ta. issued_onto? I. t.

-; X'I'ELLIGENCE. tied thereto, to be held and divided by them according Tampa Bay during good behavior, which pilots Subscriber Superior Court for the District, East i
jIARIiE to the laws of Florida. so appointed are hereby required to enter into THE having purchased the house Florida for the County of Dnval, I will expose "1:

APRIL 29th. bonds with security to be approved by the Board premises formerly owned and.occn- to public sale, in front of the Court .'.
,YJLLE The House
OFtpril JACKSO proof required by,these regulations may pied by.J. W:Pearso in the .
Esq. .at'Newnansville Town : t
PORT .. in the sum of thrge hundred Jacksonville in
-. .-' -- be taken before you, or a Justice,of the Peace dollars payable to :E. F.. will be ready to accommodate Boardersand first said county, on the 'r-
the State of Florida conditioned for the faithful in Octobernext .
AIl n IT ED. duly commissioned and qualified, or a Notary Travellers after ,the 1st day of hours of the legal :
May next sale that I')
of their duties I on
performance and shall
N. Y. Public. But before before ,a certain
Alfred \Vass either female
Henry of the latter officers, and hopes by his exertions negro
to make his slave
2t" I called :
; entering the duties of their office take guests as Chloe, and her child t'J
Steamer OC:1mulget'l1cN el- they shall certify as to the character and upon comfortable George, takes
age He in
iflaJ-.U.S. as possible. has good stabling : execution the :141
and as
!pril Savannah, to Fernandez & Bisbee. credibility of the witnesses ; the fact that such. to discharge subscribe the same.Ordered oath. well,truly and-faithfully. and a first rate host1er.aIway8.inattenda iGEO. i caster,to satisfy an execution property of in Joseph B. Lan {
IJ'13 States Steamer St. Mathews magistrate was duly commissioned and qualified of Gould/
26th,- i M. GALPIN. : Banks & Co. : '
That the w THOS. ; .
rates of .
Fernandez at the time of the pilotage LEDWITH.
Savannah to taking shall be Newnansvflle. .
l't from I Apri115 1848. Aug. 21 t
., Oas 1847.
Csi. Bur : certified the I shall be allowed.to each pilot conducting a vessel Sheriff &c. :
by. Clerk of the Court under seal ,
The .
Bisbee. 't I. into. the harbor of Tampa Bay and to her T t:1r above sale has been H
CLEARED. and the notary shall attest his acts by his seal. NOTICE. : the 1 st Monday in postponed to : ;,
destined I November
n29&\ .-Brig Tccumseh. Hanson,Boston. Where a permit was issued and settlement nearest approachable'point anchorage within the same. and or. the the WI LL BE SOLD, on. the 'fimlMondayot CThe above sale is next. Oct 8 I ;

.A P Steamer Oeainulgee MeXelty. made on the lands covered thereby before those thereto > '. May next, at Pearson's Springs, E. R first Monday in postponed until the '
24x0.- for December
vessel wit
April same carrying a out, to :For merchant between next. Nov *.
lands were surveyed, the settler can take the the usual hours of sale. on that day, a 0- The above sale & ...\,
vessels less than feet is
S2fllunah th.-SlC:1mer SL Mathews Hurbert quantity of one hundred and sixty acres by two dollars and drawing, foot eight water, Ne gw'Womiinbelonging to the estate of Priscilla ,first Monday in January next postponed until the ?
cents for
(pril fifty per ; Mattair Dec 10
I continuous or contiguous subdivisions, so as to for,the benefit of the heirs and cred f The above sale is f"k
fIIJlnah.i include his improvements, and as much of the of the same description, drawing eight feet or itors.: Terms cash. ISAAC VARN, Jr. Monday in February postponed until the first It
I three dollars foot for next. '
of he Circuit Court lands, described in his'_ nermit. _'___ as_n is__ consistent" _'_ '_' over, per ; all. United Administrator'with the. 'will J3- The above sale is Jan 7,1848 S l
hcc c.i t States vessels three dollars foot for
-HEttlFFS OF TIlE SEVERALTIES with the system of the public surveys. When i per ; every Black Creek, ,April 15, 1848. I first MOll.dayn March postponed until the ("
.tM) TIlE night detained on board of any vessel outsidethe next. F.H 10 .'_ .
OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT a permit was issued, nr.J settlement made after bar at Egmont Key two dollars D' The above sale is postponed. -iiiih.I
; every Teasel
the survey of those lands the settler will be restricted NOTICE. first
Monday in
KLUKIDAT ten feet water three April next. "
OF, drawing or over, dollars March II
.Ull1(1)\ hJTing..a large number ot:Blanks his to the.particular quarter section coveredby and fifty cents per foot F OUR WEEKS after date I shall apply to rr The above sale is postponed until the lit i {

for my uriice, aud knowing the diffiTlL permit.In When vessel bound into the t Judgeof Probate Dnval Monday in May next. .
printed any aforesaid county, for April ..
either the the ;
of where
with which you c muot but meet in gctSLuuplied foregoing cases, harbor, shall be, hailed or spoken by any pilotof leave to sell so much of the real estate of the -.. ,

with Blanks .Jpclly printed, I same tract may be claimed by two or more set.tiers the same outside the bar, and.said vessel not late Henry Barnard, Jr.. deceased, as
lew oner you lay aerviccs iu luranpug theiraiof.iuy the right shall be determined by priorityof having already a pilot of the said harbor onboard sufficient for the payment of the debts of said ON the first Monday in May next between
icUlement-that is the settler who
Buuw f'J.1' .ill who ui.iy desire lotheuM'lvcd. to say, ,shall refuse to take and receive said pilotso deceased. HENRIETTA BARNARD'Administratrix usual hours of sale will be sold for .

tilPply They ure printed at the first improved the tract in controversy shall be hailing and so speaking, then in that, case Henrynrnard.Jr..dec. the State and county tax, so much of the undi Jl :
entitled toit and the settler settlers who H
.1 neatness *utl taste ; or April 15 1848. vided interest of
.uX of -Xliu C.S1.11 said pilot shall be entitled to and receive.and 4wLIST William Hickman and other*.
made the hlmll be
1"hich 1 h.ivinc\cr hitherto seen equalled, and subsequent improvement have one half of the aforesaid rates. Whenever of the Waterman land, as will pay the sum of .
locate the like elsewhere ;
ie.iMmable aWl liboilJj permitted to quantity seventy-five dollars .
ta wtc which iat once any vessel outward bound shall refuse to receive OF LETTERS, and the cost and charge '

aI. uot me.m by this ih. t they will LeriZit' lands.within the same township, upon vacant public and take on board a duly authorized pilot in the Post Office at Jackson attending the advertisement and sale thereof; ( :i

un the credit feVdteau On the contrary of s.iid harbor, such vessel shall be liable to pay REMAINING, if not taken out within boundaries unknown to the subscriber and ..
three J
Where settlement J
a or was mucupon : ,
provemeut I }
; I am expressly insu'uclcd.tll.lt though such pilot one half the rates hereby allowed.In .- months from date, will be returned ALSO, ,
Dead .t' t
the sixteenth of as .
: section before tbe
jacicutlv esteemed a part uf the Common Law survey all cases when a vessel has not been hailed Letters to the General Post office On the same day, will be sold so much of the : ,
it the settler is entitled the claimedby Washing ,
portion lands of.
l'riut"i"S Office*, has been superseded by"neciaUutute or spoken by one of the aforesaid pilots until ton. Fleming, and A. Low,as will pay t
him under this und the school comminsioiivrs
it. The forms for act ; the State and
interdicting he is within the harbor or inside the bar at B Lindsey,M.Saml. county.tax. The amount of the

cit: Clerks .!!uii: be of the bcsiatylc : s'.iuple.natind of the township :ire authorized toseleai Egmont Key, the same rules shall govern in every Boag,James Lunt H. Chas. taxes due on said lands is forty dollars. The ;
other lands in lieu thereof
proper; mJ those for the jjwentfa, respect as above recited, except as to the Burney, Arthur. M Fleming lands lie on Thomas' swamp. "i
Where settler under the Armed
(copies are required to be served, 1willso.1rl..mge a OccupationAct rates pilotage which shall be one half of the M. I A. J. BRADDOCK
xfLeiieicr shall have made the proof required by these Bagley, Mary McNeill, Mrs. Dr. D. I
ILS to save much time and pains aforesaid rates and all such vessels discharge Beebe Vi. Tax Collector, Ntssau *
may Orange 3 McNeill J.Chas.C county. .
instructions nud it is found that the title of the t;
H.Uff.Jac 1848.
!:JU up by wriLn.:, I 1 L"ii5e States: to a portion not less than lorty said pilot inside the bar on her outward ,. Marqnand, G. H. .(
:: o1"ikl'di -ill.: Iblb. tf B. James .,i
: Cherry Mageor John .
of the land covered his is defecthe tl'i11 ,
-- acres by permit '
.- -- I fees and rates of pilotage which.may be- Curry Major Moses Mnrchee lV..au County ShrriJT'* Kale. ,
John i.
for Luan. be locate the the title of ,
I'ruj)9SS a. can quantity: N the first in .
come due are hereby made recoverable before O May next before '
I P Manning A. Chas. ,
which is thus found defective, as llc.lr as maybe c the Court House door
nny court record or any Justice of the Peace, Dickinson, N. Jas. of the county. of
TCI\M'I\ DEFARTMC.VT.April by legal subdivisions vacant surveyed Harriet Nassau will be :
upon offered
lb4S.. I or any Intendant or Mayor of any incorporate Dr gors Jas. N' at public outcry, to sale .i
17 within
land within the tme township or i the services
town in this State. It shall be the duty of said Drinkwater, Capt.T.E. Nixon Stephen JID.nnan (a free negro .
\LEH' proiM)11L* will be received. under the nearest township in which there siall be J.Benj. to any person.who shall : :1.1
: take
SE I pilots to go out to every vessel ound to thesaid Davis, W.Jas. 0 said Harman for
the act of 'JM M:irch l.;st. until, p. nutaSaturJay sufficient vacant arable bll: 1. the shortest period of time i
harbor as soon as practicable after they E paying the fine and
the iLL Qr J uue. 1S4S. for -isteeiimiiiiims In all casts where settlers under the Armed Oates 3IraW.W. costs prosecution the \
< appear in the offing, to keep suitable beacons at Eubank Miss Maria ; same being to satisfy
uf' dollars of Uni ed States; stock re Occupation Act have been prevented from making Osteen,Jna. a judgment obtained at the \ "t;;
the entrances of said harbor,and suitable stakes Eubank T. R. November Term
:iubursib1etVefltY yctr> from and after the lt the proof required by the law, by want P 1847, of the Circuit Co.urtfor .
and a sufficient number thereof at all R. said of :
six cent:interest instructions time not necessary Ewing, Ellen Pindarvis. Geo. 2 Nassau county 1
of these in
Jiyof July IS IS bearing per ample exceedingsix points within the said harbor. The pilot bring- favour of the State Florida against
semi-.uiuunlly, on the first months from the date of the receipt hereof; tf Price, Miles the said J
piyable: Stephen Harman
KT annum. ing a vessel in safe.shall have the preference of Green Thomas ; upon an indictment
and July of each No bid shall be allowed them for John for .jij
diva January year. : *o doing.In aiding and assisting a slave
piloting her out again provided he gives his attendance Green J. to run
John. away
will be received below par; nor will any bid be those cases where settlers cannot now make Philips'Tony Servant, from his aaster. A. J. r.
wn-flJcred unless cue per cent. thereof is de- the proof required by the lawbeca.usethe, lands and is duly qualified. And any master Griffing, Capt.Leth 2 Pindarvis Mrs. Eadith Sheriff of BRADDOCK(1 j
or owner in said harbor ,
employing Dr. John county.
of the United States covered their have not been any Godfrey, 2, Pindarvis Mrs. Elija Nassau }1'
depository by permits
in surveyed County F1&
ltoUed April 1 1848.
pilot to carry his vessel out,than the pilot Guernsey Norman 2 ,
B. ;
at or before the date fixed fur opening the proposak they will be allowed six months after the 1m:1 :
who brought her in unless and sufficientcause
The bids in all cases, must be unconditional -i return of the surveys in which to do so. Notice ,. good i Crumby, R. Wm.. Ross, Mrs..H. G. Columbia .J
for the same be'shown shall liable to Cotmty Sheriff's -
be Gates Josiah Sale. .
reference to the bids all such Ross, Mrs.E. .
\riiuout of the of the in
and tiny | receipt township plats BE SOLD
pay full pilotage to the pilot so refused and Miss1iesferGrant WILL on the first Monday la
others, awl should state di-jtinctly the premium cases should be sjiven, by sending a note of the A. D. 1848 :1. i
any such pilot neglecting or refusing to attend J. F, before the Court ,
The proposes should be sealed fact to resident of the township with a Snowball, Thos. House :
offered. some door, in the Town of I
said vessel when ready to leave wind weather Alligator within
.' H Suarez A. Thos. ,
"Proposals loan of 184S and that the settlers be advised thereof $1
endorsed hours the
ana request may legal
and tide ,following
permitting and thereunto required by Rev.Wm. property to wit
Howe 2 :-
aldre-sel to the Secretary of the Treasury, :ind by publishing such notice three times in a Sidbury. Cath. The south east half of the south ; r
the master or owner of the same, shall, except Daniel east quarteroj'section
Hogans, BammerS S.Sam]. ,
"Washington City, D. C. The sums which maybe paper of the most extensive circulation among 34 and the south ;
good and sufficient cause shown, forfeit the Higginbotham J. J. X' half-of the south I
will be required be paid to the the settlers. west ,
accepted amount received him for said quarter of section 35 in
or owing bringing Hearn C. Theodore Tucker lying township
jellOoitory of the Uiiitod States nearest the As all sale, gifts, devises, agreements, bondsor vessel in, recoverable in like manner as above. Hendricks, John Towas ,Sarah E. Willonghby 6, range 17, containing one hundred and sixty ':1 :.
fld.-l'S or Jciiceofthe persons respectively powers to sell, transfers or liens whatsoever, acres-levied on as the ;
All masters of such vessels as have no owner-or. Herbert Mrs.M. Thebout E. property of William ;
W 1fSe vffers niiy be successful- the amount private judicial: of the lands, or any portion consignee or other responsible person residentin Hendricks, Mrs..Wni.J. W, Mary Cason, to satisfy a writ of mortgage fi. f. is. rf.:
4.1 the acceded bi Is from bidders not residing thereof. embraced by these laws, mode at anytime the sued from Columbia circuit
County Hillsborough, shall, if requiredby 3 court in favor
iu the United States,must betlepoaited with the before patents shall hive issued for the the pilot when outward bound, give securityfor Jones John. Wolcott W d1and, M.D. Martha Shadrick Hancock,v! Win Cason oj ::1:
New turk Boston l'hil- declared the act of 1842 to be utterly R. James + tit:
assistant "!isurers same, are by the payment of the pilot gf', when said vessel Johnson, Martha White M. Nancey ALSO, ,
adelphu. or New Orleans. void and without effect, to every intent A negro man named .' .
shall have been conducted out, and for every Jones, W Thos. Wilkinson Isaac "Big Ned levied on as
To give an uPillJrtul1it- nIl persons to prirticijutc an 1 purpose, whether in law or equity, you will \.beacon or stake broken down bya boat or vessel L y., the property Daniel M. Stuart, to satisfy a '
in th! iiivr&tmcrit of funds in this stock nc attention to such documents, nor fi. fa. issued from f44 $
? pay any without board shall be to Columbia circuit
a pilot on subject a Lewis B. John 3 Young C. C. court in fa .
oils will be receive for the lowest denomination will you entertain any clam; which may be based fine of five dollars. recoverable as above said JOHN M..,PONS, P. M. vor Raymond Coy, vs. Daniel M. Stuart. :}fi

of ci-nificates authorized by law-being upon them. fine or fines to be for tbe use of the pilots, for Jacksonville April15th 1846.Judge ALSO,

lur fifty dollars as well as far higher sums. RICHARD M. YOUNG.' Commissioner. replacing such beacons or stakes so broken Lot No. C, section 25, township 6, south cf

Allcertificitcs under one thousand dollarsVill April 29th, 1848. 3t down. In case any ship or vessel or the cargoor of 'Probates Notice range 1 5, east, containing 80 acres. Lot No., 5 !
; :f;
be trau-jlerable ou the books of the treasury freight thereof, shall receive any damage or. TO FREE PERSONS OF COLOR. fractional section 25, township and range'a ? f'of

but all certiiicites for that sum and up- AMENDMENT Td 'J HE miscarriage, or be lost through the neglect, insufficiency ALL Free Persons ,of Color are Ordered, to above, containing 155 acres. Lot No. 3,frac. J."

*&r1s will be insferable on the books of the Conntitution ef the Mnio of Florida. or default of any of the pilots of said before me, on or before the first of "tional section 27, township and range' above 5

trc.is.irv.or by ddivery with coupons attached.at harbor, after the said pilot takes_charge of the May next, and choose their respective Guardi containing 80 acres Lot \o. 4, fractional sec .. .

the option of the bidder. To.oid expense, I Proposed and agreed to by IlilJ third General Assembly I 8me the said pilot shall be liable for all and ans.' Otherwise I shall appoint such persons as tion 27, same township and range, containing .' :

icoufibido, and luultiplicatioa of necouuts, alleitificdtes ; subject to the action of the next Gnur-. every the damages and losses which may be sus I may think proper, and said free persons of color 80 acres.' Lot No. 7, fractional section 27, of .;;

-C with e'juioii3 attached will be for at Assembly. tained. will otherwise be dealt with according to the same township and range, containing 109 .

.Uio euni ot one thousand dulbrs. No vessel of fifteen tons or less owned within law. WM. F. CRABTREE, acres. Lot No. 3, fractional section 36, : t

Tie Miceeijful bidJers will be required to AN ACT to amend the Ix'th Clause of the 5th the County Hillsborough, shall be subject .. Judge Probate D. C. township and range, containing 50 acres. JaJU'l

,l eHHke| the amount awarded in five equal in- Article"of the Constitution of this State, so pay pilotage.The Jacksonville, April 22, 848. 2t No. 6, fractional section 36, same township:sad 1i.4

il4lmenhin each of the months of July,August, that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall Board reserve' the right to annul the license range containing 59 acres. Lot No.,fraction_ .1

.Srptcmber, Octo'o. and November of the pres- hold their offices for a term of eight years of one.or both of the aforesaid pilots for NOTICE.SIX al section 30, same township and range CODI I ,:::1

tent year.. except lorauuis uoi cxceeJiu. twenty instead of during good behavior. I lack of skill, negligence, or incapacity. And MONTHS after date, shall present myaccounts taining 80 acres. Lot No. ,2, fractional section t

ttousand dollars where the bidder may be deawuaofraaliing'iunuediatc SECTION 1. Be if enacted bfths &'lIte and any pilot after having his license revoked, or and vouchers as Executor of the 36, same township and range containing '

payiucntia which House of Representativts cf the State of Florida any other person not having a license,shall,under Estate James B. Roberts, deceased, to the acres. Lots No.5_ & 6, fractional section,23, .' f t :

C1S3 the whole Amount may be at once deposit- in General Assembly convened. That the 12th any pretence whatever, undertake to act as Judge of Probate of this ounty, for settlement containing together 304 acres. Lots No. 1,,4, 5, ;, .

J. '11H' &',ttk will bei-r interest in all casts Clause of'the 5th Article of the Constitution of pilot,he or they so offending shall be liable to a and allowance by him; and at'the same time, I and 6, fractional section 13,township and range :.

from the date deposits. this State be so amended as to read as follows fine not exceeding the sum of fifty dollars .one shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a above, containing together 403 25-100 acr .:3.

The Ids will IKt uj"nl.,l at Treasury Defirtnicnt viz : That at the expiration ofthe present terniof I half for the informer, and the other half to the final discharge,from Execntorship. of the Levied on as the property.of William Cason-

-at 3. p. m.. on Saturday, the 17th of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts. county, recoverable before any Justice of the. Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. satisfy a writ of fi. fa. issued from Columbia .Jj

June,1815.: iu the prCiCiice of all persons who with the exception hereinafter mentioned, the Peace of said county. JOHN HOBERTS, Executor of the circuit court in favor of Joseph B. Watts,TS. 'J

uy desire to att-ud ., but, under a pruvLiontheact Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judgesof Ordered That the foregoing proceedings be 'last Will &c. of Jas.B.Roberts'. dec., William. Cason. T.B. FITZPATRICK,. ,. 't

introduced into ot 31st March last. noiiiJer the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term published in the Jacksonville News for three April 22, 1848. 6m Sheriff of Columbia county.: .

will be permitted to withdraw his bid. of eight years and shall hold their offices for weeks. SIMON TURMAN,-' _.Alligator: ,Fla, April 1, 1848. 1m I )

5>n all bids accepted, the amount deposited that term unless sooner removed under the provisions Judge of Probate, and Go raia 'i Notice. :

inadance will be immediately returned. The made in this Constitution, for the removal President the Board. NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIYEN, 'tl at thirty Duval militia,Claimants.t 01'1"r

*idle premium on the amount awarded must Judges by address or impeachment; and Tampa, Fla.. .o\pril22d, 1848. 3tGREAT from date I will apply to the.Hon. THE non-commissioned officers and privates .J
Captains Bush
be d'POSit_'as j ll\rt of the first payment rcqui.y for wilful neglect ot duty, or'other reasonable Thomas< Douglas, Judge of the Eastern Circuit Florida and Suarez1 com .
? i JUj''! iu.'j.t I which shall not be sufficient ground for ef Florida, for leave to sell the real.estate belonging Mounted Militia Tor service in tha .' :=
cause, REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF to my.wards Jane Adams Parland and years 1838-9,who have not yet signed $
R. J. WALKER the Governor shall remove / theDeCel.1'j
impeachment, any celebrated Remedy ,for the eary papers,relating to their claimsin
in Duval
of two-thirds of the : Frances Anne Parland, lying county, ,
of the address
Secretary Treasury. them the of the :
April 29lb. iSiS on Provided horcever That the Fever and Ague- -from Two .Dollars to One.- Florida,'consisting of two tracts of land,'known nndersignedare requested to do so without.
tlij General Assembly The ;
; authorized delay. to be .
shall be stated ai length in such The.following gentlemen are my as the rPablo:and-'Magnolia. tracts, formerly papers signed are left with
---- cause or causes the Journals of each Agents, and have ,the genuine for sale. owned and occupied by the late William McKay. Co). Pons, at the Post Office or may be signed I j..1
O'l'ICI entered
and on
TO SETTLKKSAHMED address at office
tthEt That the Orders from any partof:'the 'United States, FRANCIS M. SCARLETT;"Gtmtdian my GREGORY YALE,
causeor c ,
TilE OCCUPATION ACT. House. And provided, further, will meet with-prompt attention. Address,postpaid GREGORY ''YAL Att'y.April Agent Duval companies.. 1
shall be notified to the Judge so inten- :By Jacksonville .
causes WM. HUMPHREYS,JiSthannah '5t March 4, IS48, tf ,
.E1.lctjrom the Instructions to the Land Officers ded: to be removed, and he shall be admitted to 1.Ga 1848.; :__ .

& St.Augustine and NeTtiianttjtte, in Florida. a hearing in his own defence, before such any vote AGENTS-Messrs. Marston&Brothers, Baltimore Executor's Notice Notice to Debtors,Creditors. and i
GEMIUL LAM OFJTICE., March 30,1848. for sucb removal shall pass; and m cases and Maryland Dr P M Cohen, Charleston, persons indebted. to the Estate of Fred. Legatee .. .

l'U ADEBL the act of the 4th August, 1842 the vote shall Journals be taken of by each yeas House nays respec. South,Carolina,-_T;C.Risley, Hamburg, a"C4 .R. -ALL Rice deceased. are requested tonieithmediaie .ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob );j

entitled -An act to provide for the armeilOctlpation entered on the S Bailey, 'Laurensville, S. C.T J:8 FarGrihamville payment to 'the. subscriber. ,. ; late of Duval County; deceased :: ''Ai'

and settlement of the unsettled part -- --- ,creditors .legatees, havingdemandsagainst are requested to make immediate
tIVslc'.2. That the Judges S.S. BRytherwOOdBeaUft34U and all persons, payiei ;and .
cr the Peninsula! and the Be further enacted Estate of the dareItIAd.tc all persons:having demands -t
of East Florida, act 7 Patic Salem .J 8 Walker"Maiaon' the eceas. against said estate.-
this amended 'N
cnd.tory thereof 15th June 1844 first appointed under constitution Shotwe1l'Jt t.em'"wl o .delay bth r.jii are desired present them duly autbentieaSJ
those approved lot into four classes. The Ga.; W K Kitchen, Augusta Ga.. i. ; : .
lJ Bcttlers who, in accordance with the conjw shall be divided by their office or offices Gilbert, Macon, Ga.; J.H & W Ellis, .their ffyims and. ,demands'""rilljbe I barredat And 11.egatee8 or other persons entitled"to .' .'

>a and stipulations mentioned in the forer.aet first class shall bold his or .the second for the Lightfoot &Flanders Macon,'Ga ,.MScoU.I.G4. the, expiration. of two"years from'the': date distribution, are..herebloi.Do to make thek

have obtained permit rtiich have for the term of two years for the term of six & KnottGriftin.Ga.j Solomon GoodaU here,' ., PHILIP ERASER,.2 ecutor., claims within*the time prescribed ty law; oth t11
bt third 43)
confirmed by this Office and have proved term of four fourth years for the the term of eight years. ta, Ga.; William Boot Marietta Ga; AtlaIi-11 ,, Jacksonville- ,- ,March 4,1848. ,_ '8tBCUBBEDGE erwise they will be barred. I IIi!
SiUf the commencement of their bettle- years, Constitutional majority ham..Co. Dalton ; Dr. S F -.- D. HART, AdarV.
j ithin.one ycr after the surrey of the [Passed the Senate.by 22 1847. Passed the Houseof I Grange, Ga.;: Winter & Eppiag ColuinbnsUa.Jl.H .;. .-.J : March 25th, 1848. 41r-- .' "' 71(
,Eh1ll be CIit tled to eertifi tes'for the December the Constitutional ma Mitchell,. NewnanGa Joseph,;-Griffin,:: BOOK SELLERAND STATIONERs :: NOTICE. 11 ; 't

wsiKubraced theniby. x>a complying with the Representatives by Burke county, GazRH Barrett,Reeserille.G&.; South aide Market square (next .door'to X erIStill MO4ftu y> f ..

Blowing resolutions to wh:- Ttvst .jority.Jauuary 6, 1848.J 6m A-McLone&Co, JacksoavUle <3a$M;C Williamson _uffboN.Bntler'sShoe: Store) :SIX accounts and vouchers date, I stall present ay I :Jii

-Each Of such ggtticn,&<&prove by hcr April 29,1B48.. Davisboro',.G*;
ants of two disinterested ,witnesses and ;: .W A LuIUeGLiWkA; wjtt b promptly deceased, f !44I
country to the Hoxu
NOTICE' DOrd"fr Judge of Probate of
51Pfl > I8&
the same his aflidavit that he Ga, 'P,,Martin Savannah,' j
v by own '' iftcrdate J apply to }CawAGaj Savannah', ; filled atthowesPea. county:lora: final settlement .
'rbeared : ,
enclosed-and.cultivated at. l ast"J OUlt Houston countyiu.'I'WI1 #
tt E ,PrOb&W of Duval:County, J Sparry, .lhJ4 k.-lh. .,1.. 1t shall at:;the same time apply.for Letter*of B3Mssion H
rcs thejand cmbracwj by ,his permit; .tho ,Judge of h of Carr, Jacksonboro, Ga; R A:Burcb,-HawkinsvillerGft :1t .! t.-z : as such\Execu&ix of, j :
6Omuch.pf. which.
,orlcaveto.8611 : ; { ,- aJLpctwns
continued to cultivate the t'or :verf el Palmer Darien Ga, J B 'fPW 1.4
same ; o t1i, as r6smt ? 'm'-mJ'R'S ... 'Interested n. ,
UtiTe years from and after the commence- Oran Baxter, late C.Duv 1 the Cole-BlackCxeek. Florida; F A Poullen, Jack .y. .AJ. 'V.L A .. :'l saidestateare.dakitiiTfa. : : '

ttb1i! settlement under his permit.. will.be. sufficient_ *for' the paymeflt0t Mm'ZApri1.21S4S3 debjs., sonvUle,Jlif. -Wright& CoN eW'Orleans,La.. Ot LvLaY.5C7IPANealy .5 :!J tk&otice.3J.AY.O2thia41. ;" 3RREE,/ : ;:1 .

iLi": up.ha-1 lie hall ulso prove, iu like.manner., .of said deceased; :, ..,;. O.U0J4'-,> 4th. .:, April 8, 1848'_ w. mpwEJ1.Jr.. .Ercued .. ; 1 ;: ': ,t\Y I

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: t$3O.RE WARD., ,,' :A., "MrREBDj ;. i SO.U.CHErRN.Eits' -DBJ.TOWB8END'SifCOKPO'UND' :EXTBACT P !1.IZa :ltcLe3s;; .
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.num above reward will be paid ; constantly assorted
X of Mathew C.Eubanks, who is HAS on \N.LING *.:;-ALABAMA. 3H25.SISSOPPl .. This Extnot,.s'. "i'tr'71n: 'gstdrrbotti'r: na' WMD4MOOBE. cor; ot"'d'. '
... shsrgedwi th horse-stealing, and ,other*,crimes. ot .il" -; 7 'TENNESSEE': 7Zd.BW tmttt'thaaper rr pleasanter, and warranted sit* mt Alba, ;Aug;;i 844; :LL __, .b- ...
,Th ..said Eubanks left this County about the Groceries, Provisions, DryGopds, e: 'L0T11SI .d"fii:;:..w.t.1.-d, **;"":: vi;;! erior'to'';any.. 'sofifii It cures diseaaes:without T0MOTNERSA;' .M.ABD' ...; ..
,. ,. .6ntot May,last, and is now believed to be in Hardware Crooke &c viz o 1MB to' l'ytltitl:;attention td >Sliss of !'garg1'sickenmgorddilfatizgthepais .. ':'.l.1Wt": ExtractotSsirstl; : ; .....' ".r': .u ,
; ; 't. aatI_
.East Florida. : Amos; useful-medicinesever 'tfenf ani particularly aaapted for a : : J1.x repared.r ini'efereaceto dale- .
.: Said Eubanks is about 26 or 28 years of age, Superfine Flour,in bbls and %bbls; discovered..';It is'not my intention to.tax .' ?ALL{';4ND. WINTERWEDJCINJB.great'beauty o'Maale"w1tr has: i .

rather spare made, broad across the shoulders, Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers; you with a.long'aad'tirtsome" advertisement, The. and' superiority this' P? shinI.tbst c UalPerf t; It
.' about sir feet in height, ,red or sandy hair, Earns,Bacon, Fork,F M Beef;Pickled Tongues; but JJay before you.the" testimony.,of the mostrespectable i, iparTnabrer'all.other remedies fa. U eradicates .- neglect to'takeltyR: f eventive

shoulders stooping, face round, complexion Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,Rice; p r families' in ,the United States,!most disease,-it,Invigorates the for any of the nUJ1erou, ': tfi."

">.. light or sandy,and blue eyes-complains of his Goshen Butter, Lard,, Cheese, White Beaus, of my certificates are from the city of Savannah, u bodyconsumption: C1h'1uJ'- diseases to which YetnaI 1-Uf _
4 breast, and has a cough that causes hoarseness Irish Potatoes; where I raid";''and many from your own:State, leanaeand strengthen' v time of life. t li.pmocl' fbe' ."
.'s' -dresses genteel, and when in this neighbor- Sperm Oil, Candles; where thelI<retersl years by 1181111 t1aJi1D .,, tdvr "

.. hood passed himself off as a Cumberland Presbyterian Green and Black Tea, Rio'and:Jtra: Coffee; success;.It has proved itself.to besuperior ; bionsichi: 'consumption,'liver complainoolde4 ,' ,.. l Yiluable"forthosr: who _
Preacher-he also professed to belong Moscorado Sugar, N 0'Molasses; to any'other,Medicine.for the..cure of wughs.'catarrb asthma;! spiti womanhood as it is calculated to
.: to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account 'Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and'Pulnnaec1BrRUID Fever iidAiieiwh1: ; h.Jt.will''do iri'the: '.very ;ting of bTood' sofeness in the chest," byijuickenfcjfthe, blood and J?
given us the said Eubanks was arrested near Sugar; short space'of Twiftt Hours; it has'never been hectic;flush;night eats" ;dim.; Bystm; Indeed;this medicine ti .tie

Tampa Bay, in East: Florida, for his misconduct Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,.Turpentine known to'fail'tci effect a certain, cure. I The \;. t'orp all the diseases to'which'1rozzie'l i 4
f I ; and as he passed himself for J. Rober- ; Medicine is a.harmless 'and,'a tasteless one, toration err- It-brtcesihe vr 1101e.'ijst nDftj : .

,,' ,'!, ton, he was brought to Montgomery by the London Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine which.will make, it the most popular Medicine In the side, ently the natura energles-b I'' --
Sheriff Benton County, Florida, upon the ; in'the Southern States. The Medicine con hate and impurities'of the,body-not'ic 'i

i .. ',': supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &0., tains no mineral preparation whi.tneJ'1.but is a. can becured. the system as to produce a >lub '
was charged with forgery, and who broke jail A Complete Assortment'of Dry Uoods- .Vegetable matter only. To!Planters, tion,which is the cue of moat m r
in Montgomery last spring; but, as he provf' Calicos, Ginghams Muslins; Bonnet and,Taffeta this Medicine is a valuable preparation, as it Probably there never was remedy that,has for'female weakness and disease: _,
not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: Ribbons; cures all cases in twelve.hours,' and ,does not been so succeaft11.. in desperatecases oCconsump.tion'as DISEASE OF THZ, -
.. and we have reason to believe he will make his Sheetings and Shirting,hleach'd and nnbleach'd; require any time to be lost; all that is to be thisj it cleanses and strengthens the ,':4NDDROP8': BEA.R2I"TUBE ..ti- .

t.r way towards East Florida, as his health is such. Irish Linen, Diaper! Bishops and, Long Lawn; done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. system,and appears to 'heal the 'ulcers on the NEW Yo.zJ'uly: I .
: as to induce him to make his way to a more i Cambrics, Jacon Swiss,and crossbar Muslins;; To the* :Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine lungs, and the patients gradually regain their Dx. TOWKSXNB =Dear Sir: ." 1(?1

I'.. ,. Southern circuit. 1 I Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does not contain any. mercurial or mineral usual. health and strength. been afflicted with,a disease, y -
.. : SAMUEL S. SMITH. Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; preparation whatever, endis'.thereforea'safe .CURIOUS d 8E"OF.'CONSUMPl.'I0N. with-teni1blerePtare;;; forthegreaterLpart viers&t lit
; THOMAS J. SMITH. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine for those whO'are liable to exposure. There'is scarcely a day passesfbnt': there area of the time flir1.
H. J. HARRELL. &&, &&, &c. I beg you,' do not let me have to tax you so number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness ofteringof rsuithand., .

Cahaba, Ala, Sept. 18, 1847. Nov 26 Umbrellas Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel often,with advertisements,'certificates;.&a' It cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The ,the heart,which hat._&re '"

Term of the Circuit Court of the East- and whale bone frames; has already proved itself to be what I say it is, 'following was recently received:,, freising;; and; has frequent ;_ '"
f .,t.,.... AT a Circuit of Florida, held at the Court Hardware $ Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof is. everybody is recommending DR. TOWNSEND' -Dear Sir,:'- For the. last leave her--"bed. The rupture 4

-:: : Honae in ern Jacksonville,Tuesday,the sixteenth Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives. and Forks, Spoons, it. *9'be the 6niy certain and speedycure three years I have been,afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost et wsrtEy I'
: ,... day of November, in the year of our Lord, one Tea Trays; for the Fever and,Ague: All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the last such'cases with but little'bendt. >
ot. .f.:" thousand eight hundred and forty seven, Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; doi to ask your neighbor what he thinks of stage,and did not expect to ever gain my health had taken but,three bottles ofmedicine .f
.', : Present: Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains,. Pots, Kettles Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague and at all. .After going through acourseof medicine she was entli el 7 re1IeTtd_t\k ..

The Honorable GEORGE W.McRAE, Judge. I &c., &c.; of course, to be convinced, you-will try it, at under,the.care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture Zw ,.L.
A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planter regular physicians and members of the tint y disappeared. '- ..,uv

,f, Henry Bennett, Bill_ for Divorce. A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. of South Carolina, who will either call on DoctP. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the'dropsy' aid .->::
Nw: vs.Bennett. I Boots & Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's M Coh'ell! of Charleston, S C., or myself, in. and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had toidel tb&::! '
: ." Nancy Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A the city of Savannah and either dins will be'so benefited '
1 to the satisfaction of the'ourt give to regain my health, and after read- as she had such'I'
.. _. from IT appearing affidavit tiled, that the Defendant in the cines variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medi- enough for twelve cases, and if it does not.cure: ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- diseases. But it has,as atrangeaeh.aeh WH- .

.: above entitled cause resides without the State &aJacksonville ten out of the twelve,we will refund the amount ved:to try it After using six bottles 1 found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy; :"
: ., ,April 15,1848. ly paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done and called that. this statement
of Florida,and beyond the jurisdiction of this me great good, to see you at is ISO' strange:n t.-
i '. Court, on motion of said Complainant, by James WAREHOUSE OF I have directed. your office; :with your advice I kept on, and do almost,like fiction, but it is. nenrtJaeJ =
\V. his Solicitor Owing to the heavy rains during the past' most heartily thank you for your advice. I per reality. Your Sarsaparilla is
Bryant, Esq., ,
.. '; It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear PRINTS ONLY.No. summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been sable medicine, and should be WMUa used r.a":'
.,'' :: and answer saidBill< of Complaint within four lands are under water,which will cause a great able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have been. tl lS

.' months, or the same will be taken as confessed 56 Cedar Street New York. deal of this disease on the. Rice Plantations i it I four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account,, they are at'litefeh
f :..: against her. will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and han ocu1ard

i i t And: it is further Ordered, That a copy of this 3L113E TOTOOH 6 lLmmJ and speedy remedy ;' you can do so by applying helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,,respectfully ,
to either of
Ask for
", :; order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, my Agents or myself. knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWS 1 J..,
.i 1 ., : ba published in some newspaper printed within (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREY REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1647. ...:.,.,

t '.:; the Eastern Circuit of Florida for tho space of Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE AGUE. Slate of Nero Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY. _
a', :-.. four months consecutively. HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLE The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine has ever been damn
!. .. ..:. ,1, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do hereby of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale named gentlemen, who are the only agents for .his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which ua nearly resembles the ga"tri
; t h. !. certify the above to be a true copy of the order of the Single Article 6f the sale. of-the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,whereit true,according to the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing and stmi )c.
.. will be found either wholesale retail.
: : b a made and entered of record in the above enti- PRINTED CALICOES.Their at or belief. CHAS. QULMBY. the organs digestion as this prep..
: tIed cause in said Court, on the date aforesaid. Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange. Sarraparilln. It positively cures It
f ; IN WITXESS WHEREOF, I hereunto present Stock consists of nearly fit by selling*this medicine. 'A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however sevcre or chronic. :-..
's'. ;. :w'r o set my hand and affix the Seal of One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &o,by the dozen. AddressW. Justice of the Peace. BANK: DEPARTMENT, ALBANY May 10:1815
; :.. l[L. -] said Court this twentieth day of Embracing some THOUSANDS of different HUltIPHREYS! Jf-T DR.'TOWNSEND-Sir.I have beta

.. ... December, ,A. D, 1847.OSCAR patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with dispepda in iti tad!
i :, I ': HART, Clerk. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, ,&&, Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomtcL'b'

Dee. 24th, 1847. 4m DOMESTIC.All SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's of appetite, extreme heartburn and'
war of which are offered for sale for cash or Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food and for' e
.I ". "! '. In Circuit Court, satisfactory credit, at the LOWEdT PRIGS THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened and (what I could eat) I have been,unable onto v b

\ ;, EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. by thePIECE VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is con- but a small portion on my stomach. I tried i U

i '.: .:,, I COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY.. OR PACKAGE.New 4UTHERNERS-The following is from my clusive evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they had but little WM

i" '. Anna Morley, ) Styles are received almost every day, S Agent, Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I TO fejdm..
j. vs. > Bill for Divorce. and many of them are got up for our own sales, villeS.C. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear. Sir: I had two children ed, about two months since, to tryybwExlnttof

., .. John Morley. ) and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer : Sarsaparilla and_1 must scy with little cos-
; IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, n-: Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15 fidence; but after using nearly two',tcltlki 1
: 4 by affidavit filed, that the Defendant in the day to day, with every variation in the market, Wuits, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and months old and the other 3 years. They were found my.appetite restored and thiea11bmentire1y '
r = above entitled cause resides out of the State.of placed in the hands of much reduced and expected they would removed
are buyers. Ague; he is a, man of integrity and his testimony very we and 1 would earaestfrn-
Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Merchants will be able to form some idea of is consequently undoubted. die; they.were given up by two respectable commend the use of it to those who- bale btc
\ oft : t. Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe Yours respectfully physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as I have been. Yours, &cv''""

'; by James W.Bryant, Esq! her Solicitor, state, that the value of our usual stock of THOS. J. S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved, to try ,your w. W; VAN,ZABDT..

;". It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Grahamville, S. O, Sept: 18th, 1847.. Sarsaparilla we had heard so.much.of, but? had N. B., Purchase none such as have wa;p
": and answer the Bill of Complaint of said ComTlainanfwithin the entire stock of dry goods usually kept h your Mr. W. Humphreys, Jrn little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised pers that hide the bottle completely and to
I, 'r "'. four months, or the same will largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used that is worthless: but we are very the written signature' of S.P. TO'Wo SEND.

,' {, "' '. be taken as confessed against: him. with the fact, that our means anrI our .. your Fever and Ague Remedy.with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved i Principal.Office. 126 Fulton-st.SunBail&ij
or' .. It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- attention, instead of being divided among vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr the lives of both. I write this ,that others may I N. Y.j Redding &'co. 8 Stafe-st Boston; Ihou

.. der, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administered it, .be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, &. sons 132 North Second-st. Philadelpbia;I

; ; :.. be published in some Newspaper printed within will_render the advantages which we can offerto to my daughter, according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON, Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; Duro) & tt
.... the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week con- dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue t Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. Richmond, ; P: M. ,Cohen, Charleston;,.WrlPi
"' : secutively for four months. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the course,of thirty-six hours, and her present LUNATIC AYSLUM. &co. 151 ( hart res-st.New Orleans 105 Scull

.. '.' THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. meet with any disappointment. I state of health indicates a certain cure. James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistants ,Pearl-st.Albany; R. Van Buckirk,292 ,m d f
i L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do Our assortment is complete at all seasons of i Yours, &a, E. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Ayslum,Blackwell's Island is the Market and ,Broad-sts. Newark, N.J.u4. ly
:,, 4 :i. hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.I I Grahamville, S. C., Sept. 14th, 1847. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Drnggists and Merchants gra: : ;,. Order made and entered of record in said enti P. S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of RHEUMATISM.This l throughout the United States, West.India Kd

i i r... tied cause in said Court, on the 29th day of Lord &'Lees, and late senior partner of the ori- AGENTS.-P. M. Cohen & Co., Charleston.S. is only one of more than four thousandcases the Cwnadag. A. M. REED, Agent J'.
I If" March, A. D. 1848. ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con C.; T.J. S. Farr Grahamville, S. C.Y.. A": of rheumatism that Townsend's Sar- Jacksonville florid
t ;: IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto sets nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed Carswell Savannah s, Ga.; A. McLane & Co saparilla has cured-The most severe and February 26, 1848. ly ,'
: ..;'4 .[ ,. s.] ray hand, and affix die seal of said: business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary .

t r ." Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. Judson, and assures his friends that the new I Ga.; Dbrsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. A.Moise,, virtues :
"i. April 1, 1848. 4m concern shall have the same pre-eminence in LaGrange, Ga.; Winter Epping, Columbus, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept.14, l. 4'7. HOLMES & CO.:

1 a'" ; .' NOTICE.PERSONS this branch of trade, which formerly distinguishe'd Ga.; W. Root, Marietta,.Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND Dear Sir: I have suffered MESSRS. HOLMES & CO, have reaond
i the other two houses to whieh he be : terribly for nine with the rheumatism
having an interest in the manage- Tenn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A.: years ; of Merchandize to the hip
f r longed. June 25, 1847. ly Sperry Houston Ga. Solomon Goodall considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor building t
', direction of the administration county, ; formerly occupied by the UoitcdSUto.,
}! ,: Atlanta Ga. William Carr work; I had the most distressing pains, and known *the '
Jacksonboro Government
; upon the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued ; R. as Building. 'Et 7
';I'; ; ',. out before the Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia INVALUABLEFAMILY Anderson, Dalton, Ga.; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used have added to their stocky by the late anwili!

i t -. .; county, Florida,will please take notice that COMPANION.SIX vine, Ga.;. Samuel Palmer Darien, Ga.; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goofy,
I\\... the subscriber, administrator upon such estate Prescott & Co." Black Creek, Florida; Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &&, Is,
the Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders Macon P.Martin Savannah good-I am so much better.! Indeed I am which.
tinder the provisions of an act of Legisla- ; ; Cunningham they are prepared to sell at redscs
it'\, : '. .'tire of Florida, entitled:An act to provide for of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the & Co.:. Dalton, Ga.; J.H.&W. 8. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use prices.
I l ; 'the re-establishment of the Records for the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 : .r.lacon. M. C. Williamson, Davisboro Ga.; Wm. this for the benefit of the nfflicted. They are now prepared to purchase Cciloi
and for other engravings. Paper 50 cts.;; bound 75 cents. Hodes Sandersville R.T. Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides and iflii
:k county of Columbia, purposes, Mail to ; Floyd Micanopy, overproduce of the country ,
'i .. approved January 6th, 1847, will avail himself Shoulder any part-postage 94 cts. Florida; F. A. Poullen, Jacksonville,'Florida; COULD NOT WALK highest Market rates, and make cash aovuca
-O&f the privileges therein specified, for the purpose Mail Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Baily, Laurensville} S. & That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very on consignments to their friends in Saul sand
to ;
i,r : of instituting copies in substance of all papers any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling For sale wholesale and retail by best remedy for female complaints there is Charleston, or New York. .
.Tubes Silver
i .. belonging to the aforesaid administration. dominal, $3,by mail, letter postage. Ab- F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. no disputing; thousands and thousands of They have_a new article of Wrought Ira
'. Can be found now on file in the Clerk's office of Supporters, perfect, $3 to $and for all A liberal discount by the dozen. weak and debilitated females that were pros- Ploughs-to which they would respectfully can
said county papers and instruments of writing Ruptures .Falling of the Bowels Womb, October 8th,1847. trated by those diseases to which females are -the attention of Planters.
and Weak
purporting to be substantial copies or counterparts For and Chest; sent by express subject were soon in the enjoyment. of robust Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf .
of administrator's bond, letters of administration everywhere. Braces or Supporters, or In Circuit Court, health. -

: and inventory and appraisement, &c.' foot Rupture and Supporters, give height from head to SOUTHERN' CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. FORWARD & ALDRICH

t .. which were destroyed by fire on the first day face, circumference above the of person next tho sur- IN AND roa THE: "COUNTY OF HILLSBOROVOH: DR. TOWNSIND-Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND> COUNSELLORS AT Ufo
."" ; of November, 1846. This notice given better which,just side. hips. If Rupture,mention I Nancy Parish, ) IN CHANCERY: the last year been very sick, and in a greatly WILL practice in the several Courts 'of In
Agents wanted for the sale of the
to. enable the administrator to enforce his ap above Address vs. S reduced state of health, being reduced by. a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Fleridi.WM .
goods. Dr. S. S. FITCH
<< plication before the proper tribunal for a discharge Broadway New York 707 James R. Parish. ) Bill for Divorce. variety of complaints such as females are liableto A. FORWARD, Augustine...

e .. upon final settlement. April 1,,1848. postpaid. IT having been made to appear to the satisfaction ; she got so bad at length that she was entire LEWIS AtDRicH Newnansville. .
::. SHUBAL BURNS. ly. of the Court :::
.. : by affidavit,that the above ly unable to walk,and was helpless as a child;
i&' .'t 1.1. :,"e By JAS. S. JONES, Agent. Fifty Dollars:Reward named defendant resides out of the State of she commenced. using your Sarsaparilla, and' WM. F. CRABTREE, .
1. Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. 3mp WILL BE GIVEN BY THE, Florida*,'and, beyond the jurisdiction of. this she immediately began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT'LAW"- -;t

Court, her complaints left her, and after taking several .
Jacksonville Fla.
TYPE FOUNDRY, 1 undersigned for the apprehen-, IT is THERCTORE: ,on motion of James T.Ma bottles she is restored. Being singular **,
59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York.THE lion and safe delivery into the bee, Solicitor: ,for said complainant, ORDERED g-; case I thought it might do good to publish it- WILL attend to any business entrusted taki;
} Duval County Jail of the following the hands ia of-the Courts in the Eastern 0>
;: e subscribers have taken the Type Foun- tha saidJames R. Parish be requested to She used ,a, number' of remedies that done her,, any
I.1. or. and will continue the business lately negroes, to wit: Venis, a woman; Hannibald. appear and. answer' the"-soma lafnante Bill of no good previously. Yours, respectfully,' cuit of Florida._._-:-
.: .. conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attend a boy, Georgian, a girl, and what chili complaint herein filed within'f 'months or a JOHN MULLEN, Norfolk-st. FELIX LIVINGSTONATTOBKEY
dren the above
i to all orders they may receive with punctuality named Venis might have horned Decree pro, confine will be taken'against him .
a h I:r-1J and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by since she has been absent, supposed to be two AND IT is rcETHKR ORDERED 'of TO THE LADIES. AT LAW, :" ,
9Y1mi; them will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnish or three,and Ellick, an old African man. this0rder dui certified Jacksonville, Ltd!

>f all kinds of Printers1 Materials, of the best qual The above fugitive slaves have been absent Court, be published In some newspaper.printed) GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. WILL practice in all the Courts they *?
I-! ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in for nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS within' the .State'of: Florida, once a week ,Da.TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA is a sovereign Circuit, I
'"',; .superintending the.manufacturing department. Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848. 8Di' 'for four months. consecutively and speedy cure for incipient consumption, and ,. _J

Proprietors of newspapers, who have not advertised GEO.,W, MACRAE- dge of for the prostration of the system-no AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT
matter the'rfS11lt of inherent ,
'. 'i. for the subscribers, who may publishthis CLARK & LAWSON' Southern Circuit,.Fla : whether cause, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Lauri
'K : ,1J notice: for three months, will be entitled to FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MIX- I,JOHN W.BoLClerk of Bald'Co art, do or accident causes, produced by' irregularity, illness or And Commissioner, Deeds of the State oCmneetieut .
,. 1, receive pay in type, on purchasing five times CHANTS, Savannah, Georgia, tender their'servi' ,hereby_certify the 'above:.to be:a time:copy of be'more than:its invlgoratingeffects'on ,;Within and for the State of flo**
s. the. amount of their bill for advertising. ces to planters'and others, and solicit coisigri'meats ; an Order duly;: made and entered.of record in Nothing can, ,'the surprising hunum frame. Persons JACXSONVIU.K;; Iw.CHARLES1 ... .
;:, ; ;1 Old Type taken in exchange new at 9 eta.perlb. on cotton, and all other kinds of country' the above, entitled 'cause, on:the, ,11.th'd ;of : : -"t-
., all weakness and'lassitude from it
t A.. D. ; ?
;. : produce. They are agents for the celebrated December 184'7. COOPER, t'
t:' I ''' .;/ $3- The Type with which the "NEWS" is Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they In tiY rTztEs WHEREOF.: ,I have here. at influence.once become robust and full of counteracts energy under.the ATTORNEy, AND '.COUNSfiLiOR ''AT':3AV

;,." .. ._;' printed. was cast at this establishment TAYLOR- are weekly supplied with Flour; fresh ground IL. B.1) .unto let ?7r hM>d'and Private seaL riervelesshess of It the immediately;female tram ;which is'the' Will practice in the several Courts of tbe.*
equal to Northern flour. They also keep g no seal, of-'office, this barrenness. tern Circult'of Florida.
a,, great cause of
l: Successors to Robert Taylor. on hand, constantly, osnabnrgs and yarns, llth day oBDecemberA; ; :D.,'1847. .It will not expected; of us-in cases of so Jacksonville,.B.F4 NOT.26 1841. _
February 19,1848. 3m from the Eatonton : ,
Cartright. Planters : W.ROBART6
{ Clerk.
: '
I f. delicate to exhibit certificates of '
rr- a nature cures
i :e. Cedar Shoal manufactories December 24 PELQT.
which 1847. -
! .,: 4 NOTICE.SIX the manufacturing prices. they' sell at. ,L.._ '. -, "- _" __- '4m Y :, performed(we catfassure'the afflicted that ATTORNEYAD ; t'.
: MONTHS after date I shall j hundreds 'baTe been tonal r
.':, present my March 11 1848. : of cases reported .
: ;i ,. : coounts and vouchers'as Administratrix 3m, NOTICE DL '. : 4
f f. ORDER the; TowNsENta: : M7"wlfe'belnr greatljdis- Little 'River..Florida.'Wnix. .. -
: : : the Estate of Henry Barnard,Jr., late of Duval WM. S. LAWTON 'BP. 11 Court of' Probate: of:Nasm -. tressed by1 weakness and general*debility/and: .practice inthe. several, ''Courts b!f M
f ,county:,deceased to the.Hon. Judge of Probate .of the estate of John W be: sold at th.plantati : 'suffering cdntinuallyTbj;pain'arid with other! 'Eastern otFJond,: ; business entrap
p,. J1? of. said' county :for a final settlement"of-'said FACTOR'AND COMMISSIONMERGEACharleston: J thewcoad ; of jDlIBose, ,'oniThUfsdai difficulties,'and having known cases where your:, :to 'care1riU meet'with prbapt atteatiea;;:;
'shall at the same time day May next; the fotrowlng tWQ t.t1am.'aDd"
( .Estate, and apply for S. C. 'medicirie'1ha3 .effected? also'
4t: ,Ltitten of Dismission as such Administratrix Rtriiisczs. -& 0. Jaudon! ,-Esq' near Jack- fegiro Afy;about te 27 years old''' -,ad""her, datf g'h hearing it recommended fo>such cases as I have;, : PH.W.: ".FITCH, :fj
'ter'MarydnnI >D1eano1d.
.fls-hldx nil persons interested in Raid Estate_ ,, are. sonire,E.F.'Go; :.C:J;McDonald, Ga.; C.M., ', "' *, ,' described,"'I obtained'a- bottleof your'Extractof ;HAVCTO established Wnwlf ktPAii- '

I E: ';"s'Y ,-deeired to take notice. n.f' Furman; Esq.,' Charleston, S.,C.,; Hon. F. H. '.. '. c. W rrDtr.BOs" Sarsaparilla'and followed. the.directions yon' GENERAL' COMMISSION Ml t
t+ ? :: HENRIETTA. BARNARD" Adm% Elmore, Charleston'BvC.1 : i -<:.:/.-,> '.' .. : '" w.'IttJt""J 1t:.?Ja""I''l"11BM.1I'd..c : .v, .'t''W) gave pie. lit a phcrt it re oved her com- will altendlto.'any'';bjoslnc** '' tNeted td tJI
March '* AaUUIIIB 'HP..; her to-healta, with H''
; .jjacksanville, 4,1848.6m February 191848. 17 L : > !l 'o T.iI"'T'iWliJ) j. }% 1 ,a :,- ; piiliitayand : ':Beinggrateful .,care', despatch '." .....
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