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

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twelve Note and '' :
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d per square OUR COUNTRY. clocks, various ornament ''r
I each subseSo" '
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&b first an.| advertisers a liberal di* Ulgilt' bronze and others, to furnish three palr :.
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all these
together :articles ;
:. :"'::wu 1 h.ertisements be made. must be paid for before in. VOL. X.] JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY BIORNIWG- ,. JUNJB 3 1848.! ', ; -4. :without any'order, and he bought them without r
: I '.A1l referring ._ Wo. 34. taste, although he $,
0 By piqued himself
,ar bv a regular customer. .. on being ti 1.
***'finless requisite sum may be ascertained connoisseur. The kitchen utensils found at the

& .">rlWX2 with the advertisement AMENDMENT TO THE QUEER 'FANCIES. u WhaPs in a Name!" Charle 'Tuillerits, at Eu, Dreux. and La.Forte Vidame a .t-if
..trlllllm marked with the number I Constitution the State of Florida. and dinner :{
r not serve to'prepare j
for ,
,Krpsrmentsfired There is subject Harry an entire
no however that -- stood ar,7.
; chatting in the
rr continued until forbid/ grave, some corner of
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will be Proposed and agreed to by the third General Assembly Ball a my. We fully the
I a, 1ects yeVu I .eccentric genius would not treat facetiously. A Room. concur in. opinion of a per i: \
l' -.:; dollars for. will be!' charged for all announce ; subject to the action of the next General writer in an English paper is discoursing quite "So,Charley said the latter, '"your little sonage ippe who, an intimate acquaintance of Louis Phil. r::
Assembly.AN fancifully "woodfor Ellen got safe to New York. said of him, 'That man is greedy and t If'
>>.6oI'candi; ates for olhce.! upon coffins, and makes I saw her. there :
. ie,forStx Months. : : $10 00 ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th the following queer and comical arrangement: !;last week looking like a beauty.77 be rapacious,*but he is:too great a squanderer, to ; 1;ls.
0 Ie.'\0 and Creditor, t : 10 00 Article of the Constitution "I dare called avaricious.1 > "i
of State returned
I Debtorr so In the exercise of a rare regard for the fit- aY, Charlef, "for I hear
*"*r"AM for Letters of Administration 5 00 that the of the Circuit shall ,0sborne is .'
. Judges Courts ness of things married should be so happy in his new possession that "W'
be inserted people
, notices will gratuitdmissable hunted English
- ;:r AU religious hold their offices for a term of eight years, in pear-tree coffins, chronologists in datetree2 ; he ipared no expense to set her off to the best' Some of Opinion of American Statesmen. :'
the London
1 s" personal communications wills instead of during good behavior. bricklayers'and plasterers in lime-tree _ad.vantage." the journals are laudatory of -+. .
'All advertisements.Tills <<; SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I pugilists in box-wood school-masters in birch, "'Tis true enough, and I sometimes wonder speeches of our ,leading,men in Congress .' ..
h ebrrd. for Jib Printing, must be paul on the House of Representatives othe State of Floridain I i old bachelors in elder-tree, cowards in tremb, you made up your. mind to part with her." upon speech! French revolution. Mr. Calhoun'a a t'to

t II(the work. General Assembly convened, That the 12th ling aspen, the honest tar sturdy oak. The i "Oh going to'.be married, 'you know, and given at meets with high commendation, and is : 'E U;

I M1n!;:: I rom.nunirat.ons- must be. addressed to Clause of the 5th Article of the Constitution of list maybe extended in this country by'adding: young ladies don't tolerate any rivals near the The length in the Standard of the 24th ult f r i(

I k HAZ/AKD. postage raid.GILLCTT this State be so amended as to read as follows, Misers in chestnut, disconsolate maidens in throne. In fact, I expect to find happiness enough -' livered same.in paper, speaking about the speeches de f: \ 1-
1 I -,----------- viz: That at the expiration of the present term pine, democrats in in'ash at home" Congress upon the death of D 1r. Ad. :

, i, *-{.\"'a 4U V'S'M' Mtenm'Packet Line of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, in slippery-elm hickory, authors, whigs in poplar,,politicians mil-: "Ah! very fine; but I should'not 'wondor, if, aID es on a, says the death: "In making of) extracts from the speech I.rn

with the exception hereinafter mentioned the lionaries before long, you were for Adams, we felt not with
1 in plum, old soakers in cherry : getting your beauty out 3"ci
- S .CTWCEN Jiiit Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judgesof women in sugar-maple, handsome folks,in pretty dog- back again.";_ else some(we, sense of claim humiliation_ that,in whatever, !t!x .;..

. the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for a term I kook clam-catchers in beech soldiers in lancewood "May bet", said Charles, shrugging his shoul Amen might to excel our kindred or"t. 4

) SAVANNAH & PALATKA, FLA., of eight years, and shall hold their offices for and hardback, dairymaids, in butter-nut-, ders.: "Nous Verrons." periority: ,,ae of,onrimhllft could make. little boast 'of the in. ";" ,i

, BY Till WAY OF' that term; unless sooner removed under the provision dandies in spruce, fishermen- bass-wood, And so'the two separated while' lovely.'girl, t.hrUtiAu.apirit.1.; men, either k in genius. or. k .;?
- RIECfSSVICR.. ST. \IARY, GEO.; ? made in this Constitution, for the removal -- ets in laurel, horse-jockeys in horse-chestnut pow ho had approached behind unseen,and beenan I T' 1J

} D JACKSOS'.ILI.g J BLACK CREEK ANIpfpflLlTA > of Judges-by address or impeachment; and hatters in fir, shoe-makers in their own tree, involuntary'listener, hastly retreated. The' '" N a.

".. FuiiunA. for wilful neglect ot duty, or other reasonablecause blacksmiths in iron-wood, book-binders in, next morning produced the following ('corr s- : Iarriagel.-An notice eastern paper gives out tho fi 1rE

, connection with the Charleston DlLlIJIIllI which shall not be sufficient ground for. boards, lovers in the tulip-tree and sigh-press pondence:" following"All-notices of to "all ,whom it may concern:" ..; l

. ? Sa\'a1l1llh thesteumer SAIlAII I impeachment, the Governor shall remove any I coquetts in witeh-hazel travellers in Number one.-I take an early opportunity to marriages,:where no bride'cake
Stearo-IlIlcket is sent will be
ING from P
,. 6PtLII S. Mail;ttt' from P'data to St. .Au?U8- General Assembly ; Prodded, honever, That the ters in bird's-eye-maple: carpenters, in plane-pain- an end from this time. Your principles would handsome some outlandish corner of the page. Where Rt t

t i r: and from"; lUack; Creek, via Newnansville, cause or causes han be stated at length in such tree, misanthropes in crab-apple, odd-fellows in destroy all chance of happiness: with you, even a ced piece of cake is sent, it will be pla 1' "t t'.

; foe, Mineral Springs and Columbus, toOC1MULOEE. !liters; and entered on the, Journals of each palm-tree, and gamblers in deal I if the insulting manner in which you have allowed conspicuously in large letters-but when :j it
I other -
, Alligator, House.! And provided, further, That the cause The following also be considered yourself to refer to your connection Were gloves or ,favors are added,a piece of illus' : 'If ?i
Lhase4. trative
'I Tall C rt.P. MCNELTY: or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended .plants for decorating may the graves of appropriate differ not sufficient to produce the resolution I have however poetry the will editor be given in addition. When, :

" i: l\. KING.WXLGASTON to be removed and he shall be admitted ton now communicated. attends the ceremony iar
E\\8. e crafts-men 'rJ:
: professional men &c. Watchmakers
, propria and
persona the
bride will'
in his defence before J it .
"J. HEIH\ItD. hearing own any vote the "four o'clock" and ULJA. it'
thyme sextonsof have a '
, ; leave Savannah every TUESDAY for such removal shall pass: and in such cases churches Number tno.-I am entirely at a loss to comm special notice-very large typed azkTthe z: i\
These packets canterbury-bell bone-sett. ost
f 1 Iud SATURDAY MORNING; at 10 clock, and ar- the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and astronomers nightshade upholsterers prehend the meaning of your note, and until appropriate stolen poetry that can be begged,' ,"1r t\:
entered the Journals of each House fring- can give me a clearer idea of what 1 borrowed or coined from the brain edit- > ;
Mail you
i rift nt Picolata in time for the Stages to go on respec tree, dry goods men calico plant, fortunehunters am accused orial.'* f.k 1 :

1, through to St Anpii tine before night every tively. mary-gold, spendthrifts the bil berry it is impossible for me to defend myself.I .
, !I; fhursd.1Y11,1 :M nd.iy.Returning. SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the Judgesfirst scribblers the jonquille, cooks the pansy or butter : await your reply. Cucumbers, ,which will soon be in season at. !'!
leave Pilatki every TurSAY and appointed under this amended Constitution and traitors the snake-root. CHAKLE ,
cup, 1 though generally eaten
FIIDAT MOKMM;., at? clock, touching as above shall be divided by lot into four classes. The :I Number tltree.ou ask my meaning.-Ah some food. An ,are considered unwhol-, 't 1

i jjrh Croy.They i I first class: shall hold his or their office or offices Wisconsin Election Great Democratic J.ictorl.I I Charles, why add hypocrisy to your other faults be food, at alL analysis In showathem, scarcely] to, :: z .

all loir <.scnre boats in complete I for the tenu of two years, the second for the If your conscience does not accuse you,perhapsit than every one hundred parts :," ot.i. !
are pr I The new state of Wisconsin I more ninety-seven I-
:and handsomely; furnished in every respect : term of four years the third for the term of six comes into the Union may be enough to mention to you the name fact of the are mere water. 'Tho ,<:
, .rd er : Democratic to the back bone. The entire Osborne. containing a substance an1alogpus :t'i.'fJ
of wellknown 'I the fourth for the term of eight '
.. I : are comnuuided by gentlemen 1 yetirs. years. Democratic State ticket is undoubtedly elected.A to ungin..the constituent which
. ': Passed the Senate the Constitutional JULIA. imparts : ::
on the route, and their patrons [ by majority
., experience assured that attention will bepaid December 22, 1S47. Fussed the House telegraphic dispatch,from Detroit, dated the Number four-I am more than ever puzzled.I tribe poisonous is quality to some of the mushroom' .; 'i-S',
, are every 11th inst. states that Nelson a sufficient explanation
. the safety! and comfort of pas&cugero.: \ of Representatives by the Constitutional majority. Dewey, the Democratic never spoke to Mr. Osborne but once,and that is why this vegctable ;; !'J.;
to offensive
candidate for Governor so to the stomachs .
was four thousand of
Hid to the careful handling: freight. January (>'. 184S.J ahead of his Whig was when I sold him my.yacht. Pray let me people. 'many_ ,' :..... ,_:{
April 29, lti-IS. 6mGHEAT competitor, Tweedy, as far know what you do mean: : _1: :'1
1 MINTS as heard from. Full returns will probably add CUAELXS. ,r .}t

,. )Brook; iTnpper, Savannah.Darieii.GJiMlauJer. KEUUCTIOX IS THE PRICE OF considerably to his majority. W. P. Lined Number five.-Your YACHT? and her name The Lafayette Family.-In the department f r.\l

I 1.S..lIt>Lorme. ,. Brunswick. I ; celebrated Remedy for the and M. C.* Darling, Democrats, are elected to Ellen? Oh dearest Charles, what tt fool I have France in which M. George Lafayette lives, Dine* :1 y

,.. St. Marys.. Fever and Ague from Two Dollars to One.- Congress by large majorities in the 1st and 2nd been Come to me directly, and I'll tell you.I .- representatives were to be chosen to the Nation J.. .{
Jonn's'eIlL! al The
Districts. Both branches of the Assembly. people 'wished to make the.smembers "
Jacksonville I The following gentlemen are my authorized are can't write it. Your own ;1! '
it Ftmnii'lez & Hisbee, overwhelmingly Democratic and in short of the family seven of these nine. It }
iI Black Creek.fooiCwley. Agents, and have the genuine for sale. Whig- J t7LU. .t 4;
A.Cor, Picolata.HE. < rdtr.from any part yf the United States, gery seems to have found no rest for the sole of New York Spirit of Times. is said that he told them that would not do.- :!;;

, will meet with attention. Address its foot within: the boundaries of Wisconsin.Paf Finally, at his very particular request, they.cn- 4 '
Reid. Palatka.Ilifitte prompt post 1
. ly took him and his son and took
&. Co.; Charleston.] laiJ)1.. HUMPHREYS, Jr., A Broad Street Eclogue=Scene-A three cent good and.true seven ,:;: t
Dream. men.
I S We have laughed .t'
heartily --.i
overthe :
Ga. drunkery in Broad street Mrs. .0"
. X.B.-Goods consigned to the Agents for Judy t- ,
recital of real Hibernian dream. .
a Twosons I ,
from SaSnnnali EXT8-Ic8srs. Marston & Brothers Baltimore ery is discovered sitting behind her bar. Timer if '
tided free of conllnis ifn. Freight 'Our readers will doubtless recollect
I of the and a
glorious Isle met marriage l
3 and Charleston, and all way freight Maryland; Dr P M Cohen. Charleston, two since, and green thus colloquized: a day o 7 o'clock, Monday morning. Enter Mr. James between a Mr.Long and Miss Little whicti: "; : :
. pyable by shippers.September South Carolina, T C Rislcy, Hamburg, S. C.;' R 'Good morning Pat.? O'Flynn. went the rounds of the papers some years ago i :

1 17, 18-17. tf \ S Bailey, Laurensville, S. C.; T J S Farr, Gra- 'Good morning,, Dennis.' James.-The top ov the marning to ye, Mis- and to which some way had appended the well,i '. -.\
---- haraville S. i D It Beaufort. S CIt thriSs McCoothery. t
I > ; Bytherwood, ; known lines: H-
Dennis.-How is it wid Pat "l .
; Mrs.
ye i \
1I-1cColltery.-The blissins the ;
TPatick Salem. Tenu.;J S Walker. Madison, OT sayson Man wants but li.ttlehere below {,
; Cinc'TiT PLORIDA-Cot.1'Y: OF in n quandary. .
OF :
Kitchen 'i
Ga. W K Augusta Ga. Shotwell & on ve, Jeems.James. .
; ; But wants that little Lose. : !
- ST. JOHNS IN CHANCERY. Pat.-Bedad but it's :r
: :: Gilbert Macon Ga. J 11 & W S Ellis Macon right ye are widout .-Oehone but its the times there -.l. ,
;; A few weeks since in iJ Mr. -
S The Southern Life knowing it for I'm in that It's a Jcnav ;
& Trust In-1 I Ga.; Lightfoot & Flanders, Macon, Ga.; Dorsey drame I've had. a provoking dreadfully althered, Madam McCoothery.' than.Goodeal was married to Miss Honora Lit,,. ae .1t.;
Hfance Mrs.McC.-shore
& Knott. Griffin Ga. Solomon Goodall AtlanI an its fathers son
; yeas tie. 1i r 4.
, ij to ube ol Arthur i Bill to Foreclose j : Dennis.-A drame, Patrick was it a good or that that _.-, .'x ,
I achorra.James.rU'niverrorget. i: ." 1
:l, GJU; William Root, Marietta, Ga.; Cunning- may say After the one of the :
t Heed f a bad wail'PatBud ceremony, company rose ,
: :
ham & Co.. Dalton Ga. Dr. S F Culberson LaGrange the fine lady 11'8at
j ; ; ye and uttered the following which he *"* .
3 luck but considered ::
T=. | it was a little of both I home : S"
Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus, Ga.:; wit ; when ye wor in it,Misthress MeCooth- a decided improvement the %
dramed 1 on original :
" Potijaud. JIT was the who couplet:1 "
Augustus Pope, was as great a whin
B H Mitchell Newnan Ga. Joseph Griffin. ery; ye rode in yere choach. .. *=
; "Woman
t having; been male to appear to the! satisfaction jontleman as ony b'ye in the district: and he Mrs. McC. Thrue wants but little here belawt "C. _" \ ; '
for Jeems. :'f.
Burke Ga. Pk H Barrett Reeseville, Ga. you '
.1 of the Court by Affidavit, that the I county, ; : ax'd me wud I drink 1 Thinks I, wud a duck James.-Och God but But wants that little a GooI>.LU.." .; ':c.,
A McLane & Co.. Jacksonville Ga.; M C Will-- help us, it's the man -4
f u.um-1 in the of filed swim : and the Inishowen ;;0, "
Dofcn-Lint Bill Complaint seeing and the lemonsand that owned .. "
iamson. Davisboro' Ga. Wm. Hodges Sanders ye was the rale jintleman in- !
:, : .
r in the alNve entitledcau, >e. resides: nut of the j villa G'a. W A Haylcs; Louisville Ga. W Y the sugar on the sideboard, I tould him I tircly! And it's lonely ye must be in a sthrange A manslook' is the work of years. It is stam-! ." ;s .;;.,
; ;
r State of Florida, ami out of the United State I 1 : didn't care if I take a wee dhrap of punch.- counthry wid out him 1J1rs.J1IcC.SQbbing. pad on his countenance by- the events of his 1'." t :;.
Car.:well Savannah Ga. P Martin Savannah :
udinCahju the Wc India Jfelnndv md ,I ; Coivld or hot ? 'd the whole life-nay more the hand of ,
uf a1
mc ,, Ga. J A Sperry Houston county Ga. William ) may
1It bfyonltln-jari-dictionof this Court. Therefore.' ;, Carr; Jacksonboro., Ga.: E .\ Burch, ;Hawkins- ness, 1 replied ; and be that he stepped downto Missed saints make sere bed in heaven for yen it is not to be got rid of easily. There is,,as it *- : J

On motion of t'. W. 'uwning', Esq.,Solicitor for yule, Ga. Samuel Palmer Daricn Ga. J BCole. the kitchen for the bilin' water, but beforehe kind words. has been remarked repeatedly, something in a -, .; '?;
said 1 i I ; ; got back I wok !-and it's person's appearance at first sight which
Complnin tut. straight up now James.Madam Misthress we
i I Black Creek, Florida; F A Poulleii, Jacksonville McCoothery- dO'6.
Iris Oid.red. Th-it tlii- said Auj; t>lus Pottjsnd distressing me that I didn't take me punch ) not like, and which gives us an odd twinge
S: Fla J Wright & Co. New Orleans La. pauses.
; "1Lord
which is .
and others be to and cowld overlooked in a multitude of other circnmstances ; :
required appear :ut- April 8,184S. W. HUMPHREYS, Jr. Mrs McC.-Well, Jeems.. > ;; ., 1
.rer sal Bill ofConipl.t'mt .withiu six months -- -- James.-Would ye jist be after fillin7 the till the mask is taken off, and w. ( "

L trtlie same will be taken as onfesscd uguill:1liim. STATE OF FLORIDA : Brollg1tam.-This nobleman, notwithstanding smart bit of a botthle I have wid me, wit yerebest see this lurking character verified in the plainj ? ....

:MONROE COUNTY. his predilections for republicanism declined New England, and I'll be share and est manner in the sequel We are struck at I ..

c Itis firth r Orv/
'. duly certified by the'h-rk of this'Court. be published I I"S.. J[ In Chancery. which he had applied when he learned that it Mrs. McC.-Bad scran to ye, ye thafe of the characteristic. Also,with permanent traits and t ;; "'1::'

t in sI41t' nw.-.papcr} print:"f within the j! Thomas r tyIon, Philip was only attainable through the sacrifice of his 'l"orrulddiTil! a haporth I'll thrust ye; so general effects. These afterwards go off in.ao .' ,{ ; J'

" Eastern Cirruit nf Florida, once a month consecutively :Sawyer,and James Filor. lordship's British titles. The Republic could away wid ye,, ye omadhaun. set of unmeaning, common-place details. This"sort : i<,

for:sis months.ISpw I T appearing to me by affidavit that 1'hoDllS'ray not recognise the English peer as one of its sovereigns Jan>.. .-The curse ov Cromwell on ould of prima facie evidence, then, shows what a i .
"ti [ ; -.!.] Tilt IS.l'OGGLASJudge. lor and Philip Sawyer, defendants in the and the English peer could not sacrifice divil's kitchin-it's a bog, throttin family man is, better than what) he says or does-for : .P '

1, PKTEil B. UU.MAS: Clerk of said Court: !bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the his tinsel honors to his professed democracy I kern ov. A lady !whirra! Yere coach wan ye it shows us the habit: of his mind, which is the., 4 1

3I, do hereby wrtify th> above to be si true copy I State of Florida, and that the said Thomas Taylor ould wheelbarra widout handles and same under all circumstances and- disg1lSes.:1: ',w

ofanOrdt-r. duly in.ide} and entered of record re ilea in Europe, and that the said Philip: husband was thransported for shape, stalin.What yere.- Hazlitt. i .

I in the above entith*d cause, on the sixteenth Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, Tivo Paragraphs in a Letter.-We clip the a blissm it 'ud be to the poor if you had a _. : t, :' 'iof--..)

h 11 of August A.D.I S-J7. It is Ordered, That said defendants appear following from the correspondence of the Journal fortin Sorra to yere heart, ye nager!- Marrying for Money.A prudent ,and well.,'., fft

P. B. ])U r.\S., and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall betaken of Commerce, as one of the most P-r-r-r- !-away wid ye ; I houlds nothin or disposed member of the 'Society of Friends'* .f l !\

:1 Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. pro coufesso. ble specimens of the "from grave to remarka-I ye, but contimpt. once gave the following friendly ad vice ; 'John,'; : } ,

1 .-Jan ", IS.IS... Iumf6mIII It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or poetry to prose, that we have seen for sometime Exit,James in a transport of generous indi .said he 'I hear thou art going to be married.g' .'-'' lt i;
-- ---- -- in John 'I amt -
der be published in some newspaper printed :- nation. Yea'replied 'Well' rejoined 'the. 1; ':-

Cirr.uil Court, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month Sorrowful intelligence is the burden of a man of drab, 'I have one little piece of ad vice,to:.. 1 1
- EASTERN ClllCLTf OF FLORIDA : for nine months in reference to the said Thomas letter table which I give thee and that is never t
; lying on my found in Albany THE EX-KING OF THE FRENCH. marry a woman, :'
1bq Moore COI.-NTVOFDCVAL: LN CHANCERY Taylor, and once a week for four months, in to-day on my arrival An eye that I loved We extract the following from the Journal, worth more than thou art. When I married .! ;'!'i

i reference to the said Philip Sawyer. to look into I shall never fathom with affection'sgaze des VUles et des Campagnes : "The .following, my wife, I was worth just fifty cents, 'and she .

fr H TB.Moore. } Bill for Divorce. JOS. B. LANCASTER, again. A voice that has whisperrd manya particulars, communicated to us by a personwe was worth sixty-two cents; and whenever any-" :.t '

T My ) Judge So. Circuit of Florida. word of love in my ear is hushed to voiceless have reason to consider well informed, will difference has .occured between us since, she. ," (!: ;.tH'.:
| having been nvide satisfactorily: to appear TIIOS. F. KING Sol. for Cornpl't.Key .. the has always thrown the odd .
slumber, and red lip is passed from my cabe found interesting: The sums of which Louis up shilling. .
by affidavit> ;
that Moore the defen- "':111-
dot Henry West, February 19, 1848. 9m ressing. Arms that have enfolded me in theirpure Philippe disposes in his exile are not so considerable .I- tv}
. name jurisdiction! in the above entitled cause, resides embrace are meekly folded across the un- as is generally believed. ,It is true that Pior Fellow!:-It is said that Lizst" the pian-4!: ;j 1 :;.j.

Jjond of this Court, out of NOTICE. heaving breast, and dust hath gone to dust. I from 1830 to 1834 he had almost daily effected 1 ist, has been detained, nolens nolens, three', *. '

J-nbtate se, and in tho State of New York, thereon SIX MONTHS after date, 1 shall present my am growing old faster than by the simple investments in London and in the United States: months, by ft Russian Frmcess,,who,' entranced- ,'i :Iasi

w Mid motion of Gregory Yale, Esq. Solicitor accounts and vouchers as Executor of the sage of years. but since 1834, being convinced that he had byhisperformanc s at Odessa induced him to:.. t ;',l
complainant, Estate of James B. Roberts, deceased, to the I shall this letter visit her castle of Bogotosk n.n"J !
I U bring to you in person andthen established his dynasty on a durable basis, hwithdrew' having got. him?_ \i rr
'. J Orderd.1'htt the said defendant appear Judge of Probate of this county, for settlement pass on Eastward. I'm told that cod; and a great portion of those funds there refused to allow him to depart: v '- ... t;).:,
J anger the bill of complaint of said com- and allowance him and at the same time I sas '
; .c
&'aant haddock are plentiful off Stonington. and if so, placed them in France. The ex-King J --. t.-* > "" .='"
. be token within four months, or the same will shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for afi'n..l you may happen to hear from me there. Butit debts to the amount: of about 30,000,000f.' The E"1'J11icity.1 lady being late at churehf,- ,' .g.qL'''.:1,

as confessed against him. discharge from my Executorship of the is doubtful when and whence I write again.", expression of M. Dopin; which was at ,first considered entered as the congregation were rising for I *
r4rcl? ? vfvrtlt'r Ordered, That. copy of this ,Estate of said James B. Roberts, deceased. :"La!" said she '''
a joke 'I :verily believe that the civil list prayer. oourtseyirigj .don't j
duly c.ertificd h.v the Clerk of this Court JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the v v,> "*"' .4
who rise account" -
Hoosier wished
bepnblished A to astonish a Yankee, is poor, for it is continually purchasing turns on my ;. .
'n saute news P a P er, printed withinBUstern last Will &c. of Jas. Roberts, dec. In.. .'
:4 gave the following description of the fertilityof out to be a reality. Louis.Philippe purchased n ;!:1

1 lecu. tel y for Circuit: four of Florida, once a week con- April 22,1848.; 6m his favorite State., Of course the Yankee I every day some property, on which a great deal Fortunate.-An ,English Physician was cal t., J1 '

- months. NOTICE. gaped under such a dose: "Weh old-Yankee, still remains due, otherwise would be impossible led to examine the"corpse clan Irishman;who.:<. R

i; O I. TIll DOUGLAS, Judge. MONTHS after date, I shall present my I'll just tell you. If a farmer in our countryplant to account for the enormous amount'of : had been assissin ted by one of his country-_ ., !" ,r
HAKT' Court do herc'e SIX .
Clerk said .
J certify the above of > accounts and vouchers as Executrix ot'the .. ground with corn and takes first rate care his debts. ,His fortune, the debts being deducted II'' men. r.- A ,} "

. ladeand to be a correct copy of an estate of Wm. F. Murrhee,late of Nassau countydeceased of it t he'll git seventy-five bushels to the acre, may,be estimated' 2:>0OOO)000tThe forests "This person," said he, after inspecting thdibody tr 'I'- rf;:

titled entered record in the above to the Hon. Judge 'of Probate of said and if he don't plant at all, he'll get fifty. ,The I of the private domain are a most rateable :: "was so ill that if,he had not been murr K f

Feb" cause' D in said Court on the tenth day oft 'county, for a final settlement of said estate, and beets grow so large that it_takes three yoke of : property,and all the other estates of the family dei'eJ'j he'Would have died' half an hour"be-* .. ,. i-f
. b", WITNESS 18181..8. shall at the same time apply for Letters of moxen to pull up a full sized one. and then it were'.greatly_improved since 1830. Nevertheless fore.3Gen. ij; I'! '

[i1 .] WHEREOF die I hereunto set mission as such Executrix, of which all persons leaves a hole so large,'that I once knew a familyof ,Louis Philippe leaves his, personal affairs
ny Tumi and affix seal of said ,interested in said estath are desired to five'children who all tumbled in a beet hole in the utmost,disorder. Never was therea T. l...-The New York-Journal of Com* r.,

ltbrua Court. OSCAR IIAIIT, Clerk. take notice.. MART MURRHEE, before it got filled,up, and the earth caved in : Royal-household so badly administered as his merce remarks: -"Gen. Taylor is a wind Alt' ) .:,'

J -___ 19, 1848. 4m October 29th, 1847. Executrix. upon them, and they all perished,,, The treesgrow His domestic arrangements were no better managed sent in mercy'to the Whigs to see whether the j. .i tWill
; so large that Ion e knew amah'who commenced 'than those of the country. :He. meddled again make tools of themselves or not" 's a*;? ..
. it ALACHUA HOUSE. t cutting one down, and when he had cutaway with everything, and\;delighted.inj confusion j -- ti.JBtcA.

subscriber BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, on ,one'for about ten, days,' bethoughthe'd and disorder., lie fancied that he thus displayed 1 .-A Loafer leaving his wife in.a great .,\ [i l{

Piemises having purchased the house South side Market square, (next door to Ve r- just take,a look around_the,tree, and when 'skill and ability. He liked..to 'iee his servants rage,said she would never see him again till he;&, o i T.

r4 by l*" formerly owned and occ u- stills, Luff boro & Butler's Shoe Store,) he got round t'other side he found: a man there _quarrelling, and often repeated**When was rich enough to ride home in,a fine carriage,. "' ti!t g

will be- Pearson, Esq at Newnansville, Savannah, Ga. who had been cutting at it for'three'weeks," 'eases fight, the flour,remains ,in:the mill, :It. He was brought hom 'm'about two hours'on: ..a:* 3 w3
I' &ad TKyelleia ready to accommodate Boardersi J- Orders from the,country, will be promptly and they had never heard one another's'az :was owing to his low cunning that, on the'224th ,WstztusAasoTr.- .. ,: '. :-" ., w'? "*5t i
after the of next esd" ;
1st day May
i' byhis filled at the lowest prices.March ., Why> our land is so rich:-' rhy, you;-neTer of February,the'defeats of his government t. : mSingular

:tb exertions to make his guests 11, 1848. *7CHARLES .any thing so tarnal rich in,,'your 4ife.--Why, ,prived of.ensemble and*,of a direction,was',completely Mistake-The body of Msj. Er'8ir... a : ,
. ihst possible. He has good stabling" how d'ye'spose we make our candles.,eh?".,;. p Jaedj Louis PhiHippe owed eTerprwhere. r by S1hoife; in.one\.of the.late-battl !.,e, r ""D
hostler always in attendance DBJW AAL.AUCTION'EE'R. -Don't know," says the Yankee '''lWe dip' 'em He paid as little as he could.: 'His. b to the Umteo\States;, The, '
, ,
, D GEO. 'M. GALPIN.'Tillc in the mud puddle,"said the HoOsier.-J ,, *"' tradesmen were constantly:applying-to him for.. cfw"auib1'amit1 com'*, -# ?

". April 15::,1848., 6m JACKSONVILLE, E. F. y *. "' payment:1 He owed his fruiterers 95,000 francs', : m ,. of ther', | ,
i B mJImCJrlINGII i78ALES in any part of the County attended By a typographical; .errordn'one4ofour"ex.' aatihibibaktrat'.Neniily:25,000utrltnca.o : .*'No ; at Syracnse 'Buf iihea'thecofa' sy- a

or ITItT t, :"1 _to.nd respectfully solicited. ". changes, we learn that 'two cows were-cut in! man possessed in A higher decree the ;mania of i rived, and was opened fOfeg1nc at tht fac ** : 1m

-lIr l2xrcKe4 DISCRIPTIOI at thi Office.*. Jaclaontille, May 6, 1848. calves by the railroad train.1 i heaping provisions purchasisg without meas- I of the dead,it was t b te wrong body! '.









... .
.. jur J r t>. .. \ "l"M',' '. ...
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-d 1 1 dtm tido l:" r? Anil: the lpeesidenldeclaied-t>; wIiCW; w copied tro- the
The and nay* were t1ieD < : o J
: THE' NEWS.JACKSONVILLE ]I Resolved, That the States be now"called forthe A motion yeas'was then made to adjourn, and re under the rules: 'adopjted! by:the convention was Ti1ROr'a. o' }jthe folTawm t" .
I! purpose of making the 4 appointments for r =nbminatcVl ash he crididatef the Democratic tcle:
I '< I said committee. I* '1. J.ij.,' $' ', jected.-The question then/faired M on the call tors ;Party forPresident/of;; ? th
< *, JUNE 3, 1843 "I'' A committee of onejfroin" .. .'each StateVasac."'* -' the yens rid nays. $yt: re1 J Mr. Bryce/of Louisiana, and Mr. Toucey, of tions reference and 'dJaposlt tactic t AboHtf*? .
4 !
.... _: ,.o.; --- ------.1 '1 ;cordingly appointed, uYTrhich. Florida ras represented -j- MrL Cone,of Georgia, stated that the convene' Connecticut! tJ tboth rose fur the sameobJect, tomake"i1iiotion i.referred!.881sJ The Committees"Tbey.hayc ba been ropes 'a. tI
.. to States;and by which those States whose ; T e h all
lied decided tote by ,
Mr R. J.l\toSES of Apalac icola.- tion not'yet porto d'them back -a
: by to the HoUJe .
: had not voted for Gen. Cass would aDd
kk** k that the adoption of the report of the committee delegates liked
-h ,The remarks of that gentleman utter discharged; -from their Ia" )
.- At following would not settle the point whether General have an opportunity to give their concurrence, 'conaideratiol1. Tn,
,.. .f ; ed immediately alter this appointment, we extract Commander should or should not cast the nine in order that the nomination might be unani .And thIs IS ;fir.APPROVED-Cabtolf BY defence M*. Wrcr?sir pn. 1

from the report of the Baltimore Sun. votes. mous. stituents. te fore hs 't
Now let
us see what .
4 The vote was then taken on receiving the report These States by the unanimous consent of Mr;WintJa -
to thl!. The Boston
this house of Godto says
r L: Mr. Moses rose, he said, in Atlas, in'Mr. t
decided in the affirmative deteD
committee and
of the
'I. ; DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. say. as he had been named as a member of the the Convention, were called again and, members .inthrop, S'We :- dinC
amid loud throughout .
applause :
t; the committee, that if the result in the committee of- various, delegations rose and pledgedthe know that Mr. Winthrop
house the vote being considered as giving sever
ther the isle
of Mr.
It was_to depend on his vote-if it were left to of their States for Gen. Cass. Cabell or the 1
TOR PRESIDENT! OF THE UNITED STATES: Gen. Commander power ,to cast the nine votesto votes Holmes knew OQt b7
or that
is him to whether the barn-burners were to they were
say which South Carolina entitled. therefore nomination of to be ,n 1
< .1 CASS firebrand It appeared, that or published until he '
LEWIS be admitted-they who had thrown a saw them In '- t
.t. into-Much confusion here prevailed, and criesof The committee on organization then made a General Cass was unanimously sustained by the the day, we believe, that Mr. Cabe 11'print a letter. : '' a

,, .. ,I OF MICHIGAN. order-order.] report recommending the permanent officers of delegates of the'several States, with the excep- i pears the paragraph which we han ,- 1

} PRESIDENT: Mr. Moses proceeded. It was not his pur- above, was painted{ out to,him IrS* I
FOR VICE the convention, which was accepted. ANDREW' tion of New York, Alabama and Florida, the by Mr.
to throw a firebrand into the convention. said that such a proceeding as he t
{: WILLIAM 0. LUTLEK, pose The time had been when the great State of New STEVENSON, of Virginia,'was chosen President, former not having voted at all, and the two was not the course "approved by hiin had,,rila.Q. a

r -1 OF KE TUCKY. York stood foremost in the ranks of democracyBut and one gentleman each State, except:New latter permitting their votes to stand as cast.on would place him in a wrong fchtbefo1};* C

I,. ".: now, he regretted to say, it was far differ- York, appointed Vice President. Judge JOHN: the last ballot. constituents and the people ofhbStatu' 1
ent. He had spoken under excitement, but he C. said that he was aware of it and tainJr
C. McGEHEE, of Madison county, is the Vice The convention then proceeded to the nomin- \
FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: could not go into the committee without makingthe thing was a mistake, occasioned by the S i
GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. distinct declaration now that his feelingswere President from Florida.On ation of a Vice President.: sit ion ot some lines on'the part of the '

.,'" adverse to the barnburners, that the Tuesday the 23d, the President having Gen. W.. 0. Butler, Gen. Quitman, Gen. How- but the error had already been discoveSkJ[ 1

,:' convention might decide whether he is a com- taken his seat, a resolution was adopted, that ard, lIon. J. Y. Mason, Hon. Wm. R. King, of in the pamphlet edition of the letter waScki t

II .'! ti- FOR CONGRESS: petent juror. each member of the Convention, by retaininghis Ala. and Gen. J. J. McKay of N. C. were successively (Mr.Ca bell) was then about to pUblish y, the par:. :
which '
,. ,;'. !, WILLIAM. DUVAL. Mr.Preston King inquired the reasons agraph would stand correct. Here theetaW t
the seat pledged himself to support the nomi- named. sation We have
had induced the gentleman to prejudge dropped not see' 1

i r't' .;' iI question? What were his grounds, and what nees of the Convention, and to use all honora- The vote on the 1st ballot was,.Butler 114, let edition of the letter, but we have Jio don f

-, t !; FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: his objections to that delegation? ble means to secure their election. Quitman 74, King 26, Mason 24, McKay 13, the. ,sentence has been changed? ." .J

;: GEO. R. FAIRBANKS of St. Johns. l\lr.l\loses replied, satisfactorily, that the After considerable the thirds 'On:' 'I: )
other delegation had expressed their determination debate,' two Jefferson Davis 1. Necessary to a choice 168. reading. this article wef sired'toH! :

I'.t: f CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden. whether admitted or not, to abide the rule was adopted by a vote of yeas 175, nays' The Syracuse delegation declined voting, but' .! (7s.: pamphlet, and found that no 'co rreai' :

: : JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. decision of the convention, and support its nom 78. pledged themselves to support the nomination.The had been made, as it was alleged he had pI'oqiaed '

: "'. ...., inees, while the delegation of which he (Mr. Before entering upon the investigation of convention then balloted a second time, to do. The inference was inevitable -
King) was a member, had declined to make any either
'. the claims of the two New York del which resulted as'follow that Mr C. elamlered
-' ,' THE NOMINATIONS.The such pledges.Mr. conflicting ?, in the nomination of was by the Atlas, Of 1u J

'. .f crisis is past, and the Representatives of Moses expressed his readiness with- egations, the committee resolved to refuse to Major General WILLIAM 0. BUTLER, of Ken the absence of any explanation,had made,',n.

;: the Democracy of the Union hare selected their draw from the committee him. but the convention open the discussion until each party should tucky, as Vice President of the United States. ful misstatement to his constituents \f9 jyj-- il .

,.. .:' ..; candidates for the two highest offices in the refused to excuse pledge themselves to abide the decision of the FOR BUTLEU-Maine 9, New Hampshire 6, our duty to call Mr. (;:attention to this toaster*

":, ."". ,. gift of the American people. And a noble soy A' resolution was then adopted, for the appointment Convention and agree to support the nominees. Massachusetts, Vermont 6, Rhode Island 4, frequently as one of interest to the SoutLmd'BO ; t

:. '; lection it is;worthy of the dignity and intellect of a committee of one from each del- This was assented to by the Syracuse and Albany Connecticut 6,' Pennsylvania 14, Delaware 3, tar from charging him with the miMtite"- .;

.J' of the body by which it was made. We egation, to report officers for the permanent or- delegates, (old Hunkers-but) refused by Maryland 8, Virginia 17, North Carolina 11, ment, we awomed that the abolitionist W'" I !t

can now breathe freely. It is true we had never ganization of the convention. Mr. L. O'B. the Herkimer and Utica delegates. The Com Georgia 10, Florida 1, Texas 2, Tennessee 13.: made it, and invoked him (:to fling it back taj I .1 1

.Co BRANCII of Tallahassee, was selected from the that the former be fasten it on them." We then left t
mittee therefore the
despaired of the Republic, yet we had feared reported Kentucky 12, Ohio 11, Indiana 12, Michigan 2, matterle.
State of Florida. entitled their The convention then be settled between them. J'
: to seats. Missouri 7 Iowa 4 Illinois 9. Total 179.
that the Convention might evince a disposition ,
t The committee on credentials reported, in resolution each of the N. Y. At length Mr. C. comes out with 'C
.: :' to disregard the wishes and rights of a large adopted a allowing FOR QUITMAN-New Jersey 7, Pennsylvania an explaail> t
I. part, a list of delegates from every State'in the the Convention tion which we feel bcund to believe
I .... portion of the Union. On the contrary, no deliberative delegations to be heard by 7, Florida 2, South Carolina Alabama, 2, Mississippi on his wvrd'

body of delegates from the whole Union, except New Yrk. through two of each delegation. 6, Louisiana 6, Texas 2, Arkansas 3, as, a gentleman: That a few days* after the pub.) t

". ,I t" ..',i,. American people has assembled for this many Mr. Edgarton, from Ohio, asked, before the Vednesday the 24th, Mr. Dickinson and Ohio 11, Michigan Wisconsin, 4. Total 62. lication of his letter in the Intelligence

> vote be taken on that report, that the creden- Foster in behalf of the Lyracuse delegation WIMTHROP called his attention t j a portion
FOR KIi'iG-Alabamn. and Ohio 1. ofki
X -' years in which these wishes and rights have tials of the delegate from South Carolina be r

..: r been more sacredly observed. One of the four read to the convention. That question rose and Mr. Tilden and Smith, on behalf of the FOR MASON-Delaware 5. letter which misrepresented hisY( 's.) viewna J

'..'" :'Y names which we have ever announced as being before the committee on credentials, and that it Utica delegation, addressed the convention All the States which had voted against Gen. the subject of abolition petitions. Mr.C. told' f

,: .: t Acceptable to the South, has been taken up.- appeared that he was elected by the George- After a long and exciting discussion, a resolu Butler, then changed their votes,and he received him that the error was a typographical one .) .(
and it did further
town not
i.' ;'. The Convention has promptly put down anything than by District his own, declaration, that appear he was em- tion was adopted by a vote of ayes 126, nays the unanimous nomination of the convention.A that part of the edition had been printed ui, e"t

1 ;;. which might tend to introduce unconstitutional powered to cast the electoral vote of South Carolina 125, admitting both delegations, but restrict- committee of one from each State was nom- sent to Florida but that be would have the i.' t

1 : ri issues into the canvass, and has stood in this convention.Mr. ing the vote of the State to the number of electoral inated to report resolutions proper for the adop- ror corrected in the remaining part of the Ji: tc

.-'. : firmly upon the broad platform of Democracy Yancey' of Alabama, desired that the votes. The remarks of Mr. Cambreleng tion of the convention. tiou. He then proceeded to the printer,,and; t
Chair state the question now before the conven-
'::, and the Constitution. As the_representative of are reported as follows : M '. Tremaine, of New York, (Hunker) rose had the error corrected in 2,500 copies, which J

these issues tion.Mr.. Meade of moved that the whole and said, that on behalf of the Democracy of N. he tdistribute.J: | t
; great for which we have struggled Virginia, Mr. Cambreleng of New York, concluded the

: I .. .., many long years, LEWIS CASS, of Michigan, subject be laid on the taole. argument, also in behalf of the barn-burners, York, to here deny and the slanders to declare which that notwithstanding had been propagated Now: if Mr. Cvbell distributed: 2,500: coplesof! tI

: Mr. Edgarton of Ohio for tho of the of the of ,
purpose appealing to course democracy the "covretted7
.. :: now claims the suffrages of the American peo bringing the subject direct before the conven- New York 'at Democratic Rational Con- the manner in which they had been treated, I i pamphlets, we reapedful-j (
every the united New York would be found Iy ask him where did he distribute them and (
pie ,
I tion, moved that the State of South Carolina be vention, to his own individual course, in con-
It stricken out from the roll of and that I acting shoulder to shoulder for the nominees of when? Riot in Florida we We h,1"
i y ; Is true that the preferences of the Democ- delegates, nection with the democratic party,and to the : proume. :

: racy of this State were divided between LEVI Mr. Commander be entitled to cast but one vote, test which it had now, for the first time duringhis this Convention. made diligent enquiry, and have not been ibis't
the north the south from the
From to
that of the district of South Caro east to
I : Georgetown life been proposed to apply to his political
I t. .. '. WOODBURY and GEORGE M. DALLAS, and doubtless lina, which alone he is elected to represent.Mr. orthodoxy., He trusted the time would never the west, the hearts of the democracy of New to find that more than one tlp1 et these 2, 00 1

I ;.. there will be many who will feel disappointed Meade, of Virginia, again moved that the arrive when the ties between the North and the York are burning to do justice to the present ever reached Lit: Florida, and that one terj?:) t'

; .' at the non success of their respective whole subject be laid on the table. South would be severed, but if it should arise, administration. And that justice would be recently.v "Vf r

: ', favorites. But it is beyond the of possi- Gen. Howard, of Maryland, stated that the the democracy of New York would be found done, by casting the vote ot'New Yorkfor Lewis If the correction was thought no importtat. .a t
and Wm. 0. Butler. '
... committee had the subject to the Cass -
reported con- the constitutional rights of the
standing by
-. bility that any one name can please the whole vention, and that when the State of South Car- South in regard to any interference with her Mr. Sickles, (Hunker) of New York, said the : by Mr. WINTUROP that he required it of Mr.: I| 00

..: : American people, and it is in this fact that con- olina was called on to vote,the question would institutions.Mr. !!. delegation to which he belonged had come here' CABKLL, it was worth Air. C's. while to let hb.l:

": aists the utility National Conventions. There come up before the convention] and not till then. Cambreleng subsequently stated in replyto pledged to support the nominations, and though constituents Lave the benefit of it. He might :'

-.. is little doubt, upon inspecting the votes of the Senator Bright rose and desired Gen. Com Mr. Strange, of North Carolina, that the from peculiar circumstances they had been sil- have written to one of the Editors to notice the'P
mander, of South Carolina, would state to the Utica delegation had not here made the Wil- ent here, they would make up for that silenceat .
"'..' .. Southern delegations, that thtrefas a groat Convention the real position in which he stoodto mot Proviso" a test. On the'contrary, the the polls, and in casting its vote, as he believed error, or he might have !sent: at least one of the' .a

J: and good reason for their preference of CASS, the body, and the circumstances under which Utica Convention had expressly protested for the nominees of this convention. He corrected copies to East Florida. Thishthtfmost !
"' and that no other of the candidates eould have he was elected, in order that a full understanding against introducing that question into this Convention believed the democracy of N. York would rally important Post Office in East Florida, and
of the matter might be had before they as readily and as successfully around the banner
:'.. become so acceptable to the Slave States. Beyond of the Union did in 1844. we venture to say that not a single copy of the l IccorrectclP
were called upon to act on the report of the com Mr. Cambreleng also, in reply to Mr. Turney, as they i
,, : .' this, the immense influence which he will i mittee. ; was, he said, authorized by the delegation to pamphlet ever reached it. uul sit"

': wield in the North and West, renders the choiceS Gen. Commander then rose and stated that disclaim that they desired to be rejected that THE CICVIT COURT for Duval county adjourned has very lately, out of the 2.SOD '" tributcd.'* t

: the best that could have possibly been made. he belonged tothe Georgetown district of South they might raise the issue elsewhere i. e.- This Mr. C. ought to explain, or some of his
Carolina the Fourth District of ou Wednesday the 31st ult.,after a session -
Congressional Whether a supporter: of the doctrines of the friends for hiuu Our columns
In the the councils of the nation- : as we protei
;' camp-in ,
I the State. That a general meeting of the demo- Wilmot Proviso could be a Democrat. of eight dayi. There was but little busi-

j f., ;!j. at home, and abroad in distant: lands, has LEWIS I crats of the State had been called at George- ness of importance before it, except the two indictments last week, are open to his explanations.

is s ti. : .... CASS been a good and faithful servant to hiscountry. town. That members of the party from all On Thursday the 25th, a resolution having Mr. C. "regrets that the important electioa
of the State invited be been the of both del- for murder. The jury, in the case
were to adopted right
parts present recognizing
approaching cannot be conducted fair discussion
::1,: + Through many trying struggle has by
of the mulatto who
4- and that he elected that woman killed JACOB BRYAN
was as a delegate by
egations from New York as members of the con-
t of the issues involved. We think
: his intellect contributed to its salvation aud great
convention to the State in
or her
I represent master, returned a verdict of "guilty of
:. 'f 't. his sword was never sheathed, or his voice the National Democratic Convention, with theunderstanding vention, to cast the electoral vote.of the State,- with that at the present juncture, slavery is one of :

( that he should have full it was moved that the convention do proceed to manslaughter, a recommendation 'of clem- the "great issues ': and think I
I .: / ever silent when there were enemies to prepare powerto involved1 we wi:"
cast the nine votes which the State "wasenti nominate a candidate for President of the United ency to the Executive On Friday, the 26th, t
4 have a right to watch and mark this subject1
a Against, or false doctrines to overthrow. As a ,on ,
tied to. Judge DOUGLAS pronounced sentence of death
;'I".: :' States.A the conduct of and evertpubl14' e
Democrat he has been foremost those every party
among lie cautioned the Democracy how they actedon the and in
upon prisoner, a feeling and solemn
letter here read from tho President
,. .:. : great and gallant spirits who have battled sternly this question. It was his opinion, as well as was man, whether he was born North or South of

a.I ;' and manfully against worn out ideas of past that of those who had sent him here, that S.:; (Mr. Polk) declining a re-nomination for the manner called upon her to make her peace with ; the Potomac, or whether he may happen to ova o)
.z .' *. Carolina had somewhat Ged. Since the passing of sentence we under-
from the ,
estray in with his de
: gone Presidency conformity previous
;r11o' .; and has at length had the satisfaction of only one slave or fifty.
Democratic fold, and it vas his desire to bring stand that a petition for reprieve with some
: : I the of his efforts. clarations. Mr Cainbreling on the part of the All this has been done<< and shall continue I
( .,, witnessing success But. her back to the old land marks. He was hereto half a dozen signatures has been forwarded to
l.) : again has the defeated enemy aroused himself use all proper exertions for that purpose. barn-burners, requested leave to withdraw from the executive and that be done by us, without engaging in a war of, 1
lIe was the people's man and the man of the i the Convention which was granted. ,- a counter petition,
.I. for one last, one final struggle of victory or I personalities or defamation of character We shave
I people. Ho claimed one vote in this conven- signed by some seventy or eighty of the most I
'I Nominations were then made of James Buchanan H
nothing to do with the character
death. To CASS is private :
I ? given the proud honor of
tion his undoubted but he also believed t
as right, respectable citizens of the county, has also been ,
Lewis Cass and Levi .
"' ;, leading the hosts of the Democracy. that he was entitled by all precedent to the Woodbury.On sent. The is of public men ; it is only with their public acts
woman! sentenced to be hung on
t ,; In WILLIAM 0. BUTLER, the South will have a whole nine. There were several delegationsfrom the first ballot, Gen. Cass received 125; we have to deal, and since we have been cost I
other States that were not full but no one Buchanan 55 Woodbury 53 Calhoun 9 (S. Friday the 11th of August.In a
man after its own heart. His services in the ; ; ; ; ductors of this press we have never deviated
A doubted the right of the delegates from the case of BLACK alias WATSON (for the
present Carolina Worth 6 from Tennessee and 3 ,
; ; ((3 from.this rule. [
'; field are in the minds of one-but m
: every those States to cast the full electoral vote to murder of GIBBONS.) the District Attorney en- I t
they have not dimmed his reputation as a man which their States were entitled.He from Kentucky ;) Dallas 3. tered : It is not ingenious in Mr. CABELL to endeavor F f
an order for on the ground a
a nolleprosequi.
', of intellect and a Statesman. We regard his instanced,North Carolina and Mississippi, Florida declined voting, and New York did to shift the issue in this case, and cry out that n c
of defective venire the Grand in Ala-
a for Jury
I selection as most happy. Throughout the whose delegations were not complete, whilst not answer. Georgia, on the 1st ballot, gave he is personally assailed, when no personal at--l; |*

+'' South West ho has no rival for popularity other States had more delegates than they were Woodbury, 5i Dallas, 3; Buchanan, 2. Whole chua that found the bill. He was remanded to tack was ever made or intended towards hill;4 1
entitled to votes member jail to bo returned to Alachu there to
present. As a of the number of county,
among the Democratic ranks-and, even in committee on credentials, ho had neither seen: votes, 251, Necessary to a choice, await any proceedings that may be instituted nor can we admit with him that a man who owns ,H 4

1 Clay-ridden Kentucky he has nearly turned the nor heard any credentials read that were more 1G8On "very few slaves" has not as good a right the against him at the next term.
'.,. scale in our favor. fuR and comprehensive than his own, and he the second ballot, Gen. Cass received 133 ; expression of his opinion, and may not feel as

-::., We say then our candidates are worthy of had full confidence that the convention would Buchanan, ; Woodbury 54; Dallas, 3; Worth, warm an interest in the rights of the South ax. : t
acknowledge their validity.Mr. BROKE JAIL.- On the 17th May,an individual 1
''. :. us and it is now our duty to 5. Florida again. declined to vote, and N. York. the man who owns "
prove ourselves :Jones, of Tennessee, called the.previous answering the description of Matthew C. Eu- I many. ,
+ : a'ux worthy of them. Within two weeks the struggle question on the report of the committee on cre did not answer. .t t
banks for whose has
apprehension, .a reward
dentials. On the third ballot Cassreceived 159 Woodbury ""'
+ will commence. Then "a ; 'j
long pull, a strong appeared in our journal for-eome months past To the Editor of the Nevs- 1
gull and a pull altogether" for the Senator Bright then rose and claimed that he 53; Buchanan, 11; Worth. The vote of !
great *
Justice to myself and to the public, compel t
committed to in St. Augustine. We
had not resigned the floor but had was jail
ocratic Cause. We have named the merely given Florida was cast for Woodbury. New York did
representatives way to the gentleman from South Carolina, learn by the"Herald of the 27th,that he succeeded me to ask through your paper to notice a report, nf

of its principles. Theso principles ought in order that he might have an opportunity to not vote. 178 votes being necessary for a choice on the Friday previous in effecting his escape that has been circulated against me, which:' '
.' and shall prevail.DEMOCRATIC make a statement to the convention. tho convention preceded to a fourth ballot,which charges me with having previously to the list I
hole in the door of the
room .
by burning a
He then and stated that nomination ''
4 proceeded, the present resulted in the General LEWIS
.41 election written letter to the otProt
a Judge
.,. position of affairs on the part of South in which he was confined. After getting out ,
NATIONAL CONVENTION. Carolina was most propitious and he was much CASS, of MICHIGAN, Presidency,-as of his'room, he was enabled to open the wicket bate, proposing to him, that, if he would vote 1i
This body, composed of Delegates from every gratified to see a representative from that Statein follows : gate of the Fort by burning off the lock. A reward for me, that I would withdraw the charges that. ,

a' t t State in the Union, assembled at Baltimore on the convention. He also hoped that no un- FOB CASS..-Massachusetts 8, Vermont 6, of$30 is offered for his apprehension by had been preferred against him,'all of whlAZ, d

Monday the 22d May On motion the kindness towards that gentleman should be Rhode'1s1and4jNew Jersey 7, Delaware 3, Ma- 1
lion.J. to be a palpable falsehood. NoWj
Johns' pronounce 1 j
from the motion he was about to jailor of St. County. i
8. Batcr of ryland 6 Virginia 17 North::Carolina 11;Georgia
Louisiana, was called to take the : has *
make. He was unwilling, however, that he ter to that purport ever been written b1 o ..

a1 Chair until a permanent. organization could be should wield nine votes in this body and moved ; 10, Alabama .5; Mississippi 6, Louisiana 6, MR. CABELL, AND "THE NEWS. or with my knowledge or consent. Should ant ., i;
effected. amendment to the Texas 4 Arkansas \'enneasee 7 Kentucky 8 :
as an of the
report ,
Mr.CABELL. in his long letter which we published letter of that purport exist, either in_ the bends t
considerable on credentials, that Mr. Commander be Ohio 23 Indiana 12 'Michigan Illinois 9 Iowa ,
After discussion ,
caused by the allowed to cast but one vote in this convention.Mr. Wisconsiii'4.Tot4 last week, charges us -with personal attacks of the Judge of Probate, or any other pem>ist 1t:

conflicting claims. of the two delegations from Reeder, of Pennsylvania, moved that all '4, Missouri 7,,South.Carolina 9, .- upon him, "malignant calumnies," &c.- 'pronounce it tube a base forgery,! d'Gn? onefc| :

, the State otSe." York,the following resolutions the report, except that relative to South Carolina '179. We deny that.we have ever.made any personal better qualified" principle ahdedncation: *L r
r, proposed by Mr. CONE of be adopted, and that be left to the future FOR Woonnuay.Mainef9I New Hampshire r
; Georgia were adopt action of the convention. attack whatever on Mr. CABELL, or brought any have done so, than the man who circulated. >>| L
s. r9 Massachusetts Connecticut 6 Maryland 2
;'tT, '
: er Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, moved the previous '' charge whatever against him ;'but merely invi- report against me. JOHN BROWARIVCedar
:, : That Florida 3 Alabama 4, Tennessee 2 Kentucky 1.
I ResolrelI committee be appointed to question on the report) of the committee, as it r ted his'attention to a charge brought against Creek SOthMay, 1848.. )
examine the credentials of delegates and to stood giving Commander the nine votes. Total, 38. yea (
re him in the Boston Atlas and commented Injustice to an estizziable-fellovt citizen
,. ,, ti port tothis body the number of votes to which Mr. Benjamin F. Hallett,',of Massachusetts, Foa BUCHANAN.Pennsylvania 26) Tennes, ain upon .. s. is:
..t ), each State is entitled, and the number and the desired to know if the previous question would 2 1. Total 29. Palmetto State Bonne;of South Carolina, to free him conclusively' from so degiadi ar

U.. names of the delegates present from each State gite, nine votes to M*: Commander, of,South 'see ; Kentucky, ,, ,. .. f': and called on him! for an explanation.. No opinion charge as'that of}collusion,we have.t tbe? ,. 1 ;'t b
, ; ,., trho are entitled to seats in the Foa. WoRmrKentuckyl.Fos : : ? .- "t, '
Convention. Carolina. ; that i*
: was ever 'exp resse..in:the columns "of the ity of the ;Judgeof Probates,to state ''i' :
wT Resohil That said B0TLiRw Tennessee2
i.. committee be composed The President replied that it would.. Kentucky!, .
".- cf one member from each State, except the The question was then put on the call for the : New York, when called, w again silent. News as' to the,. .political. Ter- 'citt'otIr.VJIf- inch letterhas ever been_received bjhiia.1lB" Q'

t-1': State. of New York, the delegates from each previous question and the President decided Whole: of votes 2541:; i. ;..'> -:".: .:: mitopor,1tIr; _CARELL., ,, j That, was, left for t them'jiN. : gentlemen :are above the'-r acaof' such, J>Pei, t1
Stat, to appoint one member of said '. achoice170 '. "l'1'": *,. ;' ; .. <- ".>*;;1'sebesto8eUle. malict: ED.NXWS : j 1f
. co ciitteer. that the yeas had it. : \ '. Necessary ,' !: :<: *> .1' : .. ";t j; [shafts of ( r* /X
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WASHINGTON MONUMENT. "DODGING A BUW.KT.=:-Wo find thiS' followi : 1 ,... I .. ...._ ?
10i.1L From the NO'.Delta of the 19fbJ ult and,villages!' "The fettet horrid acts of -. 'L'-< -. .,,, ?:'c.',t.
$J.* r. .. atrocity .... tm" ;. .....
CORNER STONE.jT ing anecdote the touSds 't' OTlo .
Vos'i LAYIFC'IIiE going of the 'f t't ift1l11'T '
; r011 papers, LATER FRI>iYUCATAN} \ have been!r'committed by the relentless'ftivigts ; : ,"\.,

r tional Washington Monument Assocja- under the title of"Dodging Bullet. 'We'know We are indeed to our%eoat ere of i': {'Pat. =-* ta,mon-frighttul in their character than iE"XECUTlONS'. +iof'Free 'Perions irUt"hft i'"G' .w :" :.

tfjshingtonhave issued the following int.i.on not how authentic it may b& ria""for an eatrA'of that'journal,.Issued'yesUr- those t+hic4tattratxedthorwrath. of a just and paid theftwduetils I6t601orfh6'h\.D: 1 ..: .;:> '";
f 6m
offended eb>1'l: C GtJ t. .
the people of the United States, to John Quincy Adams.once receited the following day aflcrnoom. It contains'the intelligence te- and God against the accursed- cities of Sodom 1DI:' Pi CRABtREEL!:* : !f.:

\fliUonWellington on the fourth of July challenge: served from Yucatan by the'schooner Aparecida, Gomorrah.;!; :Sucks:art the citittUt; *noy J ". -<' o.,3rt&Wttobu2 which sailed from Sisal on the 11th ult 'By as expressed by some of the public presses, are inne 3d'I8Js. .. Y
Sir ; Jt"-i&8t
lieP participate in the ceremonies laying relative-Your to remarks in the House on Tuesday this arrival the iPatrU" has received its cor vindicating f Jietr political rights by an insurrec -- ..n- 7 ,_V": -_. .--. .... Vfafgfr ... ., H

I Jut, er stone of the monument :- I consider a personal my deceased insult.friend and at relative leisure, respondence and files of papers to the 9th. rill; tionarymoremeat111 'NOTitii4 \ .r 1"t :tc' "'.'

pi cora WASHINGTON MONUMENT OFFICE l to-day, I have prevailed on my Being friend, the lIon. from Merida, and to the 2d ult from Campeachy, BY ORDER #f the Court 6f Probate of Hi6i : ,
nvAi, being eight days lat than
Ni Mr.J\micson-who preTitinslrreceired. TAe Uncertainty RtpUhlicJ.T&e &tu county will be sold titi ski
May 3, 1848. f you will find to be a man of Not of legatee at the plantation ; try ;
a word is said in these '
late and Ofthecatate ;
the strictest journals of a wealthy old whose fortune of John W. DuBose '
Associaiwdreadyj honor-to gentleman had
Monument call and on fi
Washington \
arrange rSdal
upon you
Vitional letters'
concerning the conclusion of. of the l .
treaty been second
The for accumulated in lucrative day of May next
board of pubUc office theolio
through the inana- proper settlement of the matter, as between ?, :wing1(wd t
it'IIlW! the design to lay the corner is customary among gentlemen. peace Commissioners appointed by GOT. sometime ago converted all his large .inherit negroes. Affy, about.27. years old and'1aet. '
made public Barbachano and Jacinto Pat, which treaty was: sacs into money and about for investment daughter, Mary Ann ten '> .{. ;
Rational Washington Monument on Very respectfully,your ob't serv't, looking _an years old.t.t. U Y+
the in the
published 'Union" otMerida the
of 25th .
hare asked ,the advice of his friend on the U. w. fT
< f Ji next and the undersigned: J. R. SATTERLEE. DuB05 .
*e July committee? to make the neces- To which Mr. Adams April. That attempt to consummate a peace subject. The friend advised him to buy a sugar M; K. DiTBOS ,.r. .. 6J:;"..
fated a made the failed and 1'Y
hostilities .
following reply renewed the
*pF were on part plantation or town lots lands in the West. March 9th,1848. '
)tU for that occasion, which isHtf'nScals : or Admin sto ..i f'
*n t'lnrnts to the patriotism and of the savages. ; "Oh sir;' replied the old gentleman, who. having 13- 'The above sale Is postponed to ry "" a.:
directly Dear Sir-I TJiUi-
My thank
you for hn\"ingafl'or- The Indians still continue thrirmassacres.- :
t become citizen of this in day the 13th
ne :Pl'c'y Amcrican citi en. Through- ded a country order to ; day of July ncit.,1't .
10th.:e. LW v. mean opportunity of half an hour's conversation On the 7th ult. they entered the village of Mani, save his inheritance from a tax imposed .May 27th, 18-6. '* : :.
wide country, every one is, or ought to with the :igrecableantl excellent Mr.Jam Their upon ,. '.' ;, .
professing .
peace. professions were relied -: bequests to foreigners retained all his old -' ,.
cwt thli i" unite in this lasting token of ven- ieson. As to the prejudices t A
to proposal which you were good upon, but next morning at daylight the war- ; STRAY
against U0h sir COW
to Republics FOUND. 3"i
bteDJuwhich aid in transmitting poscibe .
is to enough to make-and which I presume is intended cry of the savages: was heard and two hundred are too uncertain-I must invest in' I HAVE
of him whose fame has my money f.3 S&f founet.and
mcmorv i as an invitation for me to set myself up as of the inhabitants were inhumanly butchered. Europe.?' the old j Sgit conveyed to 07
teri y and whose Accordingly gentleman cattle t t ,
r. world pur '
. twdchword name a mark to be fired at-excuse pen at my plantation
tlirOU"liout me if I decline it. They then retired.
chased at the begining of last
February a largo
r : in every struggle for I can do so consistentlyasI I have The Mandarin,coinmarked ,
the assure statement that
q :ale it you twentyeight'eslls of amount of French Exchange, bills on houses in bit and :
We therefore deem expedientnot the honor to be a but 1 various nations off the in one ear and
; yet remain were coast of Yucatan, Paris Bordeaux and Marseilles. a smooth trop i& '
1ibe will assemble in the ; '
Y.to the concourse which far your humble and obd't servant, # assisting the whites, needs confirmation. The By the last mail there had been only about1150,0000t other is, and branded with the letter (X). The iE;i t, ,
as as owner
Drif4o learn'what by requested to
: JOHN QUINCY ADAMS greater portion of these vessels were small : come forward
coasting this returned under char .
did exchange pay .
+ t1eable, can be done to rendermonies boats belonging to the Yucatecos.. protest ges and take her away. JOHN ;: i*
11 r 3IcINTOSHI '
It P suited to n ob- May 27th 1S4&! 1M
1oposin :
the With this view, we desire? toSe The Elections in France.When the last steamer The village of Iturbide is stated to have defended Oh! the uncertainty of Republics Oh! the tr. r : t1t"t'f

iugU the Union informa- left, the general result of the elections was itself for eight hours against an overpowering permanency. the security and steadiness of "- ,
of .. .
part OTI"E' .
toroth every who will be not definitely known. The partial returns show force of !savages. The loss on the monarchies !-N. 0. Picayune. PERSONS' .. :." j .. .. ....,.
of indebted -
1iontvftS number persons of the whites 23 killed ALt to he
the following facts in part was and 11 woun : EjUte.c* : ,
hen whether they will come asassociaSJdril regard to Paris itself, viz: ded. the retreat of .A.rkansal.-Wm.: Sebastian Mattair late of Duval ;
; and Population of Paris, During the whites 106 sold K; has been appointed Fla. deceased county/: 1rr.-
1,150,000 :
110.S, or Military. of the States to Estimate number of voters, 300.000 iers deserted, thus leaving the commander witha by the Governor of Arkansas U.S.Senator and make are requsted to oome forward n1 '
write the citizens cooperate ; force of only 60 men. vice Hon. C. Ashly deceased. payment immediately. And all 0 .
yC1 Estimate
which of the votes given to the sons having demands per ; !
in the general design we The whole coast from against Isaidesita'te '' ?
with us the Bilam to :
Lamartine port CapeCatache tore r.
party, or moderate republicans quested to present them ; t; f ';
and The have within the
thence Massachusetts
to Bacaliar is now in posses Legislature been in time prts',

""I/theiuonamcnt 5. is national and delegation isJuKcJ Estimate of votes, given to the llollin 180,000 sion of Pat and Chi and their blood-thirsty follower session 120 days, at a cost of $300 per day., cribed bylaw, or they will be forever barrel; {; :-\t'.\

from archiuscribe4: : State Territory, with *. which amounts to$96,000. ISAAC VAItNr Jr. ,
and Blanc ; *:r
WitH.t..t great seal of state party, or Socialist, 20,000 Administrator .3! '(
.banner : ; This More than 100,000 are now crowded'in f : a,.
is Waterloo defeat persons ,
a for Ledru Rollin Black Creek :1 :
device to be here-
The London Chronicle May 27th '
other appropriate the Morning speculatingon 1848
add some and his fanatical friends. He has capital Yucatan, and should it unfortunately '\? 2m t i
deiosited in the monument, with a situa- only one foil into the hands of the but the present state of Europe, say, "Not a '.
quarter of his number of votes and is the 34th savages, a TT"SIX 'fh
to latest ,
blctitter inscription to perpetuate posterity and last candidate elected if elected at all. portion of these refugees could be saved, owing week of peace can counted on-not a day, not WEEKS after date i;.t r
ftl and and shall
knowledge lorlgm use, an hour.'JThe .
to .
to small number
a Albert Louis Blanc und locos his of vessels now on the coast. Hon. the )
followers Judge
the that otProbates
services delegations t
the names nud are the aid 46th 47th and not elected. The "Amigo del Pueblo," published at Cam- of Alachua for Letters !o'thecouDt' : ;- :
females their Boston of
them. If wrong.t by names } papers are warmly urging the Administration :!
lore peachy, states that the British. Minister in Mexico the estate of the late oa ,"H
in the claims Daniel Robert G.
to1 be recorded perpetuated' ('I same had received the official communication from Webster to be nominated for ceased. Livingston, de ': 1
statements of the times and plata the Presidency by the Whig Convention. JAMES A. PEDENv. ;
II&I1ner-with *
) thc LATEST FROM EUROPE. the Yucatan Governmcntoffering the sovereignty May 20th, 184 8. ;i: ; i
to respective delcgalions. 6w '
of presentatwu and dominion of Yucatan to Great Britain incase 1 N,
BY TIlE CALEDONIA. New Charitable Institution. is .. .
contemplated )
assistance and ..
protection were and o
A military corps is invited from each State, In Ireland an arrangement has been effected that the Minister had written to his Government by a few benevolent individuals to com Brought to Jail, 1 S ,-'h;ti

Wa3to f-Tin, when united, one great militaryud between the two parties of repealers. O'Brien earnestly urging the compliance with the mence a subscription for the purpose of found ON .the 20th inst, a Negro Man whff- ''

civic T roccssion. Washington was -first i in und the 0Connels have agreed to work hoffer.., ing an "Asylum for destitute Kings and their I calls himself JIM HICKMAN, and,sit"] .; =:.

Tar first in peace, and lirist i in the hearts of his er harmoniously and in unison. An address The Yucatan officers had removed the seat of Families." The philanthropy of this projectwill he belongs to'Robert Stewart, Marloa : ;.

tountrvtnenCoiitbined with these, we pro had been issued signed by the leaders of the Government from Ticul to Merida. be fully appreciated when we recollect the county, Florida. The owner is request i. i}

- '!e to form in the procession the masonic, odd two factions, after publicly shaking hands in All hopes of making peace with the crafty difficulties which the class of persons for whose ed to come forward, pay expedses: and take hint r: t

jeJievs' firemen and temperance associations ; token of reconciliation. The address and benefit it is intended would meet in "finding a away. J. A. BARBEE, Jailor C.* :
urges perfidious have vanished and the '; h-
the 'il.rlous trades and pursuits, with prupeC union among the Irish for repeal of the union. destiny of the savages two races only remained, to be settlement," all attempts at an amicable settle Jacksonville,April 29, 1848. *'" -.'fTHOMPSON'S : :; tit. ;,

ieviccs end banners. Literary and The firm of Snow & Caspin, London, has decided by the arbitrament of arms. The Yu ment with their subjects having failed. ..;,.

Ksociations! are invited to attend, together with fniJL' catecos were preparing to make a last DIGEST of 'the Laws os*} .

the schools of the District, under the care of A good deal of skirmishing has been going on against their relentless foes struggle ;. For sale by \ ..".
anxiously '
awaiting [FOR THE xzws. April 22. :;,.
between .
Denmark A. M.
their K wi'live teachers. The different State and Holstein; but no other assistance from abroad. REED. K a
societies associations great battles have been The HOPE NOT. ,f ;. )} ;,
delegations: military corps, : fought. Danes .t_. ,.".
and schools are requested to hand to the were victorious. When the spirit is sad,and seeketh for rest Sheriff's Sale. ..;i '. i ,
Further serious Large Timber.-A large log was landed on the virtue of a writ of $. fa- issued out ofj ..T
jMBliiTu roll trontaiuing the name of each person encounters have taken place Machias A ray to relieve its dark sorrow BY :
river the winter hauled ,
between the past on a Superior Court for the District of East 1..
be recorded
in attendance to pcrpetuatria republican party, (the Schlesary ': 'j.,: :
three turn road six There'a which theo'erladenbreast Florida
team something
by a ox owned whispers for the
Holsteiners. by County of Duval Iwill r
# iu other cases.Astbe ) assisted by the German confederates : .expos "' ;
Joseph Day and driven by John Elsemore to public sale in .. ,
at"Wesley front
of the Court House in
headed the thf
tn.i.ird: of niann.z consider!; the fundcontributed by Prussians, and the forcesof .: f.
which measured
by our liberal- vnd patriotic lellowtitiiens the king of Denmark. The scene of action three thousand nine To look for a brighter to-morrow, Town of Jacksonville in said county .on,th*> ,4.f '
hundred and feet. Scaled first ;
sixty-four Mr. Monday in
for the erection of the monument too i took place in the vicinity of Freiburg. Elijah Parsons of Orono.Bangor Cour.by A beam which illumeth Griefs clouds for a hours of safe that June next, between the legal> ;} K : a

sued to he diverted und expended for any oth- A: deputation from Poland is about starting while on day,a certain negro femal*' r. '

trol'ject. we cm only promise the visiters on for St. Petersburg to petition the Emperor A Short Nag soon C'l1ried.-The Legislature slave, called Chloe the and her child George, taken :4' M. s
in .
till day a hearty welcome, good water, and i for the restoration of the constitution of 1815. of Rhode Island has adjourned, after a protracted Their tear-drops reflecting in gladness, execution as property: of Joseph B.-Laa*> ..

beautiful grounds for encampment. The Emperor Nicholas is said to be projecting session of four days But trust not, for mockery lurks in the smile, caster Banks,to& satisfy Co. an execution in favor of Gould, "'j

The editors and publishers of newspapers a scheme for the union of all the Slavonic Hope not it will leave thee in sadness. THOS.LEDWITH .

tironghout thc United States are requested to tribes into one gigantic federative monarchy; Republicanism in Canada.-There is May 13, 1848. Sheriff, &x '
}jvbU-u this communication, and are invited to and thus to obtain unlimited sway over Europe. in the talk of republicanism in Canada. The Hope not when thy bosom is kindled with love, I '. f$

ntwl the ceremony of laying the corIler- According to one account, he has refused assistance New Haven Palladium Runaway Negro .Caught. *. ?'
published the And Affection unfoldeth her i "It.
,f thc monument, and to bring with them u nee overt or indirect, to Denmark; while another extract from a private letter:-- following treasure, I ARRESTED ,and committed to the Jail ot,. .:.' ..

number oftheSr paper containing this article, states that a treaty of offensive and defensive i "So great are the fears entertained Nor strive on the pinions of Fancy to rove, a ru runaway negro,about F i;!
the feet
tube deposited iu the monument. 1 fa personal alliance is in process of negotiation, or has 'rising' of the Irish in Canada that additional as.to Tho' they promise to waft thee to pleasure ; 0 inches in height, and stoutly built H..:i ; : t'

ttcn'lince' hhtill be inconvenient, they trill' be actually been concluded, between Russia Denmark For the says that he has been tried and convicted In
troops have been put in requisition in Montreal jewels of Love, like dew-drop50tnight Na. : i\i
yleued to send their papers to'th general and Sweden. The difficulty of obtaining and the artillery placed in a position for Within the county for enticing a way and harbo gin: ... :
cticl1hle tb.it seasonable authentic intelligence from this prompt sweetlily's cup blending, a negro slave belonging to Mr. W. Alberti f
agent as soon as l'r. arTangements quarter of E uand efficient action-should of
the T \
: may be made fur their being placed rope has given rise to every kind of speculation: of things ripen into a necessity of existing their use.state" Shall flee when Adversity sendeth its blight, the have same county. The person or persons>ho.:.;; t : ::.:

in the icon urneut. but it does seem improbable that u potentate Like the dew on the sunbeam ascending. a legal right to demand said negro.will :;

To carry out this general design: we 'arnc I twith the known ambitious designs and unscrupulous please come forward, pay charges, and take pfr > t
communications character of Nicholas An Expensive Demonstration.-Mr. G.W.Kendall I aw ay. JOS. A. BARBEE 'to .d.:
Ijde-ire from every part ('fthe should remain inactive The light of Hope's ray may lend the.heart I ".
I'ni'in, without delay, to l II e addressed to Klishu: with his tremendous resources, while writing from London to the Picayune, says mirth Jailor Duval count/... :/. :7 ,
Whiuh''J.g'nrrJllgl'lltwho will deliver them the flames of discord are at his very door. that on the day of the_Chartist Convention, the Jacksonville, May 13, 1848. tf : i'

toJo-'l.h ll.ltnidloy. chief marshal. The French Chamber (National Assembly shops on the line of procession were nearly all Concealing its sorrows in lightness, -u.; v.
) .. ,o :
I opened on the 4th. The members closed, trade and business were suspended, and But shall draw as the which i ;j. ( !+t..
\111. IhiMjKiisoN., Chairman. of the Provisional sun gladdens the Proposals for a Loan. .: .
the loss the : sTar.tsuar
: to city arising therefrom is estimated :
Government .
)l. .MAI-RY, entered the room in pro- earth, .
W. LKNOX.JuS. ab sion wearing tri-culored sashes and their by some at five hundred thousand dollars, .
; and by others at a full million. Dark clouds to envelope its brightness. DEPARTMENT: ? ;f: -.
1 11. IJUADLEY.SLIVE :. appearance was greeted with prolonged and enthusiastic .
Then-hope not April 17, 184SL"'* '? .'". G.
on earth to find thee
__ 0 ______._ applause. Andryde Pruyreneau as a rest, SEALED proposals will be received,. under"> )
the senior member present, took the President's A couple of tlimbs of the law "who were con For, if trusted, her joys will deceive thee, of 31st March last, until 3 S :

l'itIJi'r.lln--l'h following abstract of I Iiducu&iuuructtitly I I chair. Dupout de FEure ascended the T r iducting: a suit before a Justice in; Rochester, got And fade as the day at eve in the West, on Saturday, the 17th of June, 1848,for,sixteen pm; ,--: .'ii',

held in Congress will be bune, and in an appropriate and subdued speech. incensed at each other, and finally cameo to And weary and heart-broken leave thee. millions of dollars of United States stock,-re;\? is:- jr't

interesting to those; who observe the pertitn c'- resigned into the hands ot'tlle chamber the pi blows. The Court sat by and looked coolly on imbursable twenty years from and after theists '4 ''(

\"isionnlI'Q"crs delegated to himself associates. till the fracas was over. Then the combatants Like the day of July, 1848, bearing six percent. interest / .

lJnn'l' eagerness with which abolitionists seizjf The President of the Republic was to be apologized for disturbing his honor, but the petrel's long flight where angry seas per annum, payable semi-annually, on the firsjt f'; .: .

every ujfortuuity to attack Southern rights.-/- elected on the 5th, and for this high office all Justice, wiping his specs, coolly declared he roar, days of January and July of each year. No bid ::1; :;::

Ve\ take it from the Wa:: ington c1Jl'rcoponddltlethe eyes were turned to Lamartine. hadn't been disturbed in the least, and the trial Like the moon on the mad billow gleaming, considered will be received below par; nor will any bid be t r

( Charleston Courier: went on. Like the footsteps imprinted upon the drear in unless one per cent. thereof is" de : ;!
'; From the N. 0. Crescent some depository of the United State$* t
extra 21st ult. shore
The private calender furnished at before "s ?
to-day a ; ANECDOTES IN YUCATAN. or the date fixed for opening the = s' ,
pretext for )1(- -rs.1'uckurl: : lidding to waste LATER FROM MEXICO.-ARRIVAL OF: Like the soldier of posals. The bids in all pro ; .
peace fondly dreaming cases must be
The heart :
the bleeds at the following recital of uncon ;;T ,
time of the .;: :t
The bill ciinsi-lered, Uq.rcM-nfitivcs with talking. THE STEAMSHIP TAY. atrocities which have been committed in that Are the whisp'rings of Hope, which gay to the ditional others, and without any reference to the'bid*'t (I).'.
to the and
; should
of Jienjamin pay legal representatives The lloyal Mail steamship Tay, !' pt. Sharp, distracted country, (says the Union.) It is ti r- breast state ; ,

iloigesfor a slave taken arrived at Cat Island,on Saturday afternoon, at Wished by Don Justo Sierra, the commissionerof "Peace, sealed'
in there is
Jjtlie eaeuiy late with to cherish
war Great Bri no peace"
tain. 5 o'clock, p. m. from Vera Cruz, which port she: Yucatan now in Washington-a gentleman of ..

The lefconth'elGthult.Thc education, and a nephew of a distinguished Mexican Then trust not-her joys are but dreams at the Secretary of the Treasury "
claim his: merits, and should probably be carries out in who driven from best Washington City! D. C, The sums which' !
Tay $052,000 specie and : was formerly his country mays !
but ,
Wi; Mr. Tuck be will : 1
took -round against it, and 482 bales cochineal. account of his liberal accepted be required. to be paid to the '
on took
principles ;
amontl' .. ht held that refuge Hope not-]her light beams but to perish. depository of the ::) !i-:
: sl could United
: -tves States
tot be ; ., Thc British Courier arrived at Vera Cruz on in Texas, whose destiny he shared, and nearest'th'e- '
regarded places of residence \
as ;.roiH.-rty in legislation: "d the morning of the 16th ult. from the City of whose revolution he promoted : FRANK.. of the persons respe iTel't'

gaotnltheopiuiu' ;, of Judge .M'Lean to that: et'feetinstakin Mexico, and reports that Herr m was elected HOKUIBLE ATROCITIES Jacksonville, May 25th, 1848. whose offers may.be successful; but the 9nVoan ,;.
his indic-idual SAVAGES of the bids
:; opinion for ai accepted from bidders not
dieiai0 President by an almost unanimous vote and residiajr '
of the IN YUCATAN. in the ; .
t WM Supreme Court. But his m is- that Pen y Pena was appointed Chief Justice During the siege of Valladolid the MARINE: INTELLIGENCE. assistant States,must bedeposited with tne ::: .
savage treasurers
promptly cm-reeled Mr. Hurt and at New
Ire by of the Republic. Our dates from the city of Boston, Phil:' l''
J enables Indians proposed that commissioners should be ... :.J. '
who adelphia New
to show the value of Judge PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. or Orleans. >"I"i>
wLtaaeupiuiuu j Mexico are to the 14th. sent out to them to treat for peace. The parishpriest JUNE, 3d. To giie an ;i;
ref upon such a question, exhibi- Congress had fixed the 25th ult. the. "'" opportunity to all persons to par'
the on as of that city a ecclesiastic of 7f
vote of the learned: Judge in favor of young .unblemished ticipate in the investment or funds in C .
brdirect.Tax haw of 1813! ; -that being the only : day for taking the vote on the treaty-and it conduct and well-known piety, (Dr. ARRIVED. bids will be receivetllor the lowest this Itocki 't .:::.
.ics8ln! which Judge .M'Lean ever served was generally supposed that the question will Manuel Sierra de O'Rielly, a brother of Don 1\Ia122d.-Schr. Yucatan, Darison,'N.Y. tion of certificates authorized bylaw bein- It rt/
be nearly unanimously; adopted, as there were Juato Sierra the present commissioner of Yucatan
t net slaves ire expressly named as I May 23d.-Sloop Wm. Henry, C&nuck, Char for fifty dollars-as well'as for higher $
Inert] y. jut when Mr. Woodward the only about fifteen of the members who were fit Washington,) was nominated for that leston. All certificates under one thousand sums. "1

torhereplied to the constitutional argumentAbolitionists. got against it, and they opposed it merely on ac- purpose, together with the chief police and two June 1st-Schr. Montreal Pettingill, K. Y. will be transferable on the books of the do11 i-. b
t the count of the withdrawal of our troops from that other citizens. Dr. Sierra had : ii J
acquired June.tst.-Sohr. but all certificates '
lie admitted the natural Mary George Watts, N.Y. ry ; for that sum and .np: .
nletemalincompatibility betwixt and quarter. by his charity and benevolence, a widespread June 1st-Schr. Catharine Nichols Nichols wards will be transferable on the :
of the >
persons v .
!?y\but shoxedthat the of the Gen. Kearney left Vera Cruz on Sunday, popularity among the Indians of the city New York. >> treasury; or by delivery with *" : 14
powers the 14th ult., for thc city of Mexico and on the and its and the most coupons attached .;;: :)
ostitntionneverintended to decide upon suchfcllfr' ; vicinity, happy results Juhe 1st-Brig Benjamin Carver, Carver, I. at the option of the bidder. To aroid expeW .
following day 1200 men, under the command of from the mission. Two New .
York.sava 3
; tblt" were anticipated days confusion, and multiplication of
: its morality. They .accounts .
upon ., .
: Col. Ramsay for the same destination. in conference with the ,
waves as they were passed pacific May 28th.-TJ. S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee certificates with couponsattache
yerc-recognizcl as will be
trI This prok We make the following extract from a letterof after which they committed the tinbear d-of the of fori : ;;'
they regarded: as: a matter of fac .- ges; McNelty'from Savannah, to Fernandes & Bis- sum one thousand dollars al jf
. wed fact, whether lawful or sinful; and no our valuable correspondent "Chapptrral. brutality assassinating him and his colleaguesin bee. The successful bidders will be required r >U. 1:'.

bl among them was stupid enough to deny it. CITY OF MEXICO, May 13. the church. Their lives were feloniously ta- l\fay31st.-U. S. Mail Steamer St. Mathews, deP rte the amount awarded: in five equal iai.'i" ;; 6(;;

I 'k wd also a fjct' as shown in history! that At last the treaty is before the Mexican Congress ken in reward for their (perhaps) indiscreet Capt. Hurbert, from Savannah, to Fernandez stalments in each of the months off al>TAu2tts .r,. !
Laves and were the members other than Mexicans confidence in the integrity and honor of a race & Bisbee. September October ;&
lI'crer,rsons, and he would suppose th ere and oTembei of the pit U .i
'aa' no man In the Convention so stupid as to one would readily infer that an exchangeof who, alas are too well known for their per 'CLEAnED.Msy30th.Schr.'Lucullus. ent1.eart except forsama not ezceedingtwent .'< ,
ehy this ratification would soon follow ; but with Mexicans th j
fact. He Lenis Boston. biddermay
showed that the fidy.After :
morality ,
this as tho acffors in the scene no one can safely the of Valladolid'fell the t:

city into hands: June sirpus di
I lUrW question could not have been considered.K i beThe 1st. Sloop Wm.'Henr1, Camaek. N. Y. te payment,in:wM.tcase ,- a
!"'***constitutional definition of slaves say what the denouement will of these barbarians, there were found within its_ June 2d.-Schr.Yucatan Darison. N.t Y. the whole amount may be at once: depoei&; ;
; treaty was laid before Congress on Tuesday hundred ed. The :A t .
suburbs and stock
one will
rsons 30th bear
: bound to senice"-by of show- sCTentY-8eyen.wome May :-Steamer Ocamnlgec,bicNeltR Sa interest in all eaIt8.! ,
zb that the filet r way the 10th, by Rosa, the Minister of Foreign and children who had been left without the vannah. from the date of deposite. -. 1,1

tized b7' the C<)nTcntion.slave To property that was the recog- Relations. He accompanied its presentation means of escape. They were all brought into June '2d.-Steamer St Mathews, Hurbert, The bids win.be opened at i lira: Treasn- rJ.De# ---n'pI'; aJ; S

state lion does not recognize "the say principle"tonwith of a long address, which is saldto, have been an enclosure, or fenced lot, where, to the sound Savannah partment at.3, p. m, oriSatuiYlay' the 17thof.RsN a ( \

clever!r1 he. riSntor the wrong of it is quite' an able one. The strictest measures the have been of music and obscene gongs, the woiuen were June, 1848, In the Presence- : ,of all persona4aMfnd ,xhto3.. i1
iIIot the membersJn
but adopted by Congress to'keep publicly violated ; and after prolonged torments may desire .to bn under' provfelw
; that the Constitution does *
size the fact of in bounds their seats-fines have been imposed, and a ; which lasted thirteen hours, they were, :NOTICE. introduced,mto the act? 6131st.bfbYarch: lsat.'ao.\l :

10 actor too property persons deprivation of citizenship for some- length of all murdered.The to a Decree the Court of Pro bidder will be permitted' withdraw hiibidV .

plan to argue. time for the recusant-and in orde .that the venerable curate .of'Guaina, who had; ,PURSUANT County, I willoffer' for le, On all bids not accepted amount tIe" i:
n t yt}
British A threatened withdrawal of Puro members may been 53 years'among the Indians=during the 'on the first Monday July next, the foUo fin g in advance will be.immediately"returnedVlS '

. tut nrmy.-.From the recent Irish and not render the Congress null, it has beencreeded de- whole of which period his life had been devoted described real estate of Oran Baxtef, late of whole premium 6n the amount aWaNed tanatl w., il

e iue the movements, it may be useful to exam- that the votes of the majority present to their service-was forced from his .bed, said county,deceaatd,to'wit:. A certain raft or be deposited as part of be fird paymeli>i tequi.: >;

, &nil yen condition of the British forces. The I II shall be AnaL As I said before with any other where he was prostrated by disease, 'and was parcel.of land, situated said county, known red in Jul7 next. ..- -.... ,. -- .. 3i

t ote d ,. the hit of January 1848, Wits distri- people than those Mexicans' inference might be dragged to the belfry of the church i>a'w hich as Saw Mill Tract and containing 300 acres :&:'J.', WALKEB- I' 1iJ

iagtrans follows. :-In Great Britain or retur- safely drawn from this, that they would! make a he had for many years ministered to their spir: more or less,amf lJhe occupation> of deceasl i ., '. 8 eretrj.ef*&.'Treaturyji :)- t.'t

. j 9 a i 38,908 ; in Ireland, 26.296; i ri In- peace with us, but-have seen'so mnob'of their itual wants, where he was: ignominiously hung during his life time, foi. <.thepraymeat__ of the J.pri1 t1lJ.{ff3l81'r'i"' tI7i.'. Ct f ; ;

IU ; Z'} ;;; abroad, exclusive of loJia or going' subterfuge and chicanery,that although peace to the bell rope.. debUofiaiddeeeastd. :..Jj1 :r9* ;
the anm h J Total, 13,874. Since that time may be made, I shall take the'liberty,of withholding ,More,than 30,000 men, women and children, I Iwho' 'T.' O..:'"HOLAiS'- .' z m : ,pmI N 1ritG- !' "J
fe In England: have been diminished sincere belief until Jam assumed it were without have ; VA I.
.il a co aij any means of defence* i Administrator of Gran'Bxterr. .Q., < ; .: ..'i, >'rJin"D"fT.6..." .,. ,0., '"#
ITesrondm increase in Ireland. it has been signed, sealed and delhertd.: r been assassinated. in the frontier settlements June 3d, 184S "- s} -R.I) Executed a| tbii Oflcel .f 1 1

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:: :a1ael1.11 Tax Collector's Sale. ;i3z; ; :1t'!:$ tEtE'' D! {:JH iJtt-h "&Q\UrJI1E.R1NtErlt: !L D. ;f.OfNSEND' -:CQMP.OUND EXTRACT' ,..I: P1 fQi:' ;.CQQ 1 i n: .4. F
:WILL be offered for sale at public outcry, constantly on .hand a well oGroceries TO THE, CITIZENS ,OF SOUTH CARO- ";f;. cy .AR44IILLA..i ._>: tnendJngl&1o thpubIic1d. / .,".' I
... : .; front of the Court House in the HAS of -u LINA..*,GE.ORGI.-J..A.L BAtIA., MISSISSIPPI "'This Extract,is l put.jap.in. qvartboZZes-itis D.1\100R&t cor-of.Grand. .It '..1- -
Newn&nsville in said county on Monday the and warranted Albany ;: ,-" 1q
of TENNESSEE. FLORIDA. ,' six times cheaper, pleasanter, superior ;Aug. 1844.ly .. i
.i.. p 14th Ay of August next, within the legal hours Provisions, DryjGoods LOUISIANA, $'&,; '.' :to any. sold: It'cures diseases Vithoutvomituigfpargiag TO MOTliEflANzrAjRIED1j: .
f of ale, a sufficient portion ofthe undivided interest Hardware Crockery &cviz. :ME to1, call: 'your attention to one,of ,sic&ening debilitating the patient. P ri 1 ...,
.e" .of the following! named persons in and to ,. ; ALLOW tcst and most useful medicinesever .and is particularly adapted for a prepared Inference to feaiw a be D ri' \

It." .\'..:: certain tract of land known as the Arredondo Superfine Flour;in bbls and} bbls ; r discovered. It ,is not'my intention to tax FALL AND ,WINTER MEDICINE.The Io femalewho. ,hag reajoa toWiJSftN,
.Ii : Grant to satisfy and pay the taxes due thereon Pll Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers beauty and superiority this Sarsaparilla -
; you with,,a long, and tiresome .advertisement, great pro ching that crUisd period ? *
: for the State and county, for the year 1847.and Hams, Bacon, Pork, F M Beef, Pickled Tongues; but I lay before; you the testimony of the most .over all other remedies is., it eradicates should neglect take it as,it'the is turn oftir' 1fentive t
and all cost and charges for the advertising Mackerel Codfish Salt Rice disease it the a ert& *
to' : ; respectable families in the. UnitedStates, most invigorates for any"ofthe t:
ule thereof, to wit: Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, of my certificates are from the city of Savannah, body, consumption cured diseases to which females nuamot are and hOl'rihl
lie '.* .. '. The undivided interest or portion of Blood-i Irish potatoes; where I reside, and many.from your owp State, cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This 'period ,subJett .u f
..* 4 I good and Tboa. Tilleston.. Sperm Oil, Candles; where the Medicine is used with great and'astonishing ,.. consumption can be cured, several years by using this may mcdi oedj,, >JI1tc1'11 '
.. -. The interest of Charles A. Jarvis I I.1 Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee bronochitis liver complaint e.!' ,Nor C
A ;, success ; it has proved itself to be superior less:valuable for those' who .
-.... 1 'The interest of Noah Jarvis Muscovado Sugar, N Molasses; to any other Medicine for the cure of colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma! spit womanhood, as it is calculated are to a p -
'f" The interest of Jeromus Johnson. Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised Fever and Ague, which it,will do in the very tingofblood,soreness in the chest, quickening the blood and in 18Sist"by I I
a' The interest Alexander Muir. Sugar; short space of Twelve Hours, it has never been hectic flush, night sweats,difficult system., Indeed,.this medicine jgoratias t1e I
.4 ._' The interest of Mordecai Myers. Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to fail to effect a certain, cure. The or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which women In1al1l&blt tor
': The interest of Mordecai M. Noah, for the ; Medicine is a harmless and a tasteless one, and painin It braces the whole are IUb S -"*
t; jean 1846 and '47. London Porter, Port, Madeira, and ChampagneWine which will make it the most popularMedicinein the side, &c. ently the natural energies system, renew.nrnoSr 'CI
.t: The interest Ichabod Prall. ; the Southern States. The Medicine contains have and impurities of the body-not stSSt U,
I.' ':..., The interest of Aaron Peck, for th. years Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. no mineral preparation whatever! but is a can be the system as to produce a 8uhK so far nn...*<_ v f 1r
,. ,, "., 1846 anil'47. A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters;, cured.- .- .- tionwhich- is the"case of most- ----;aicl;
The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnetand Taffeta this,'IVIedicine is a valuable preparation, as it Probably there never was a remedy that has .for female weakness and disease. ea
I the interest of John N. S yer. Ribbons; Cures all cases in twelve and does not been successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF TIlE ,
: The interest of John M. Seaman. Sheetings and Shirting, bleach'd and unbleach'd; require any time to be hoursl:1 that is to be as this; it cleanses ,and strengthens the TURE AND DROPSY HEART! 'RUP--, '
_ ..' '-:: The interest of the heirs of W m. Taylor, forI" 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
_ .' the years 1846 and '47. Cambrics. Jaconet. Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine lungs, and the patients gradually: regain their DR. 'to sE ,-NEWYOR.KJu1Y'22J84i Sir
The interest of Wm. Thorn,for the years 18X6 Hosiery, ildkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does not contain any mercurial or mineralpreparation I usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease:of the try wif..I.-11I'
"- and 747.The Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; and is therefore safe hetit
: whatever, a CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. with a terrible rupture for &nil
_I :.* :! interest of John K. Townsend. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine. those who are liable to exposure.I There is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part, 'of the tim over. She fifteen. I
of Israel Foote. &c. &c. &c. hai
', interest
'nt The do not let have to tax
beg you, me you so number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breath
'f ;'..:., The interest of Jesse: Delano. Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel often with advertisements, certificates, &c. It cured by the use ofDr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. tering of the heart, which has and p ,
'# e ;, The interest of Barnabas Osburn.. for they and whale. bone frames; has already proved itself to be what I say it is, The following was recently'received: tressing, and has frequently been bcenv2.y
.011 arel846andJ47..The Hardware Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proof iS, every body is recommending DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed. The lInalll to
.- interest of John Rt>dman for the years Nails Butts Knives and Forks rupture Was terr ,
f : -.<: ,'Hinges, Spoons, it to be the only certain and speedycure three years I have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost IW
: .1S46'and '47 marked Tea Trays; for the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit.every 'VLt/'d
The interest, Thomas Dexter, as on Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; doU to ask what he thinks ofIlumphreys'
: your neighbor stage and did not expect to ever gain healthat had taken but three bottles of !
.. known for my
the of said Grant owner not Carriage Wrenches Halter Chains Pots Ket- sour f1cdJ
map Fever
for and and
Remedy Ague
.t. all. After going through a course of medi- medicine she was entirely relieved of thedUeT
1S46ard 47. tles &c. &c.
... :; the years for the ; of course, to be convinced, you will try it, at cine under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has hno tlB:!
7) I The interet.of:: Henry Dudley, years A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. .
and'47. Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware.
1846. South Carolina who will either call Doct.
on Board Health in New York and elsewhere She has also had the dropsy
a C. ELLIS late Sheriff : and '
THOS. Boots 4ShoesMen's Women's and Children'sBoots 1fas
," P.1Cohen, of Charleston, S. C., or myself, in and spending the most of in attempting much swollen. We had
earnings idea
'. and Ex-officio Tax Collector my to that she eaS
.. and Shoes of all kinds.A .
.. the city of Savannah, and either of us will give to health and be benefited she 1I
.,. for Alachua regain my after read- so as had such a
.. ,-: '. < county. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines enough for twelve cases and if it docs not cure compJicaU ,
iSIS CmI ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of dlsetls s. But it has, as strange as it
*' ... February 19., &c.__ ten out of the will refund the 1Da11p.;
,., = u twelve we amount to try it. After using six bottles I found it pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 am 1
- -.; : In Circuit Court, JacksonvilleApril 15, 1848. ly paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange as to ,*'ar.,!

- : EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I have directed. your office ; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is. nevertheless IPPC
OF ,aobti
I CoUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CIlA. CECY.t Owing to the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you foryour advice. 1 persevere reality. Your Safsaparilla' is certainly .
t Anna Morley. ) PRINTS ONLY. summer, and which still continue, all the low in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be used by&n
i J :. vs. \ Bill for Divorce. 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. If ererr
".: John Morley. ) No. 56 Cedar Street New York. deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at tibertjt say
S of. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, ------ --_.- will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demonstration I
I .:: IT by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applying helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours, respectfully, r
) ) JJ1JJJD) (QN) mm
'r f. above entitled cause resides out of the State of LEJES) to either of my Agents or myself Ask for knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER 1DYfiPEPSY. t
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'., ;': Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this i (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Orange,.Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1S47. V

... '. Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE AGUE. State ofNew Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas.Quiinby .
:.r by James W.Bryant Esq., her Solicitor, No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, WHOLE The Medicine is for sale by the following being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or inedidine has titr been discoured
,"., It is Ordered, That said: He.fclltl.1nt.appear 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 which ISO nearly reteuibles the :. I
.. .#, 't. and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Complainant ofthe Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY, whereit true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing fowl and strengthen g h-icjukt
I I.. ;: : : within four months, or the same will PRINTED CALICOES.Their will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs digestion as this preparation' *of!
1, b .i' be taken as confessed against him. Country merchants will make a handsome pro- Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sareiparilln. It positively cures I
\I ': It further Ordered, That copy of this Order present Stock consists of nearly fit by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however 6evere: or chronic every; east.r
I p-h.: duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, One Thousand Packages, made to Planters.' &c.. by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. BANK lJEPAR1.tE'rLlun, May10 1845.&
h : : ,..t be published in some Newspaper printed within Embracing some THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., DR. TowKSfcM)-Sir: I have been,affliUeJ
I .. : .\. the Eastern Circuit of Florida'once week con- patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with dbpt-psia in its nont
\ :.:.. a ecutively for four months. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &c., Very few families indeed-in fact we have form, attended with wurnet-s of stomach, Ion
t THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. DOMESTIC.All SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's appetite extreme heartburn and a
; L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do 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 nctli gmi
... ': hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an satisfactory credit7 at the LOWEST PRICks, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened and (what 1 could eat) I have btwi unable to rctJl&
::'. Order made and entered of record in said entitled by thePIECE VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is con- but a small portion on my htcmach. I fried tit
I, cause in said Court, on the 2Sth day of OR PACKAGE.New SOUTHERNERS-The following is from my clusive evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies but they mid but little ere*

.1 : March. A. D. 1818. Styles are received, almost every day J. S. Farr, of Graham- instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint. I YTSS J due:
t\ .. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set and many of them are got up for our own sales, ville, S. C. DR. TOWsEND-DetlT Sir: I had two children ed, about two ni'ntlissinee, to try your Extract
[r. ..] my hand, and affix the seal of said and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla, and 1 must s.y with little confidence
I i': .. : Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. 3 JT Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. complaint and dysentery one was only 15 ; but alter using nearly two bottles, I
1 April 1, 18-18. 4m day to day, with every variation in the market, Watts, in favor of your Remedy fbr Fever and months old and the other 3 years. They were found my appetite restored and" the Leartbnra
: NOTICE. are placed in the hands of buyers. Ague ; he is a man of integrity, and his testi- very much reduced,and we expected they would entirely removed, find 1 would earnestly n-
i having an interest in the manage- Merchants: will be able to form some idea of mony is consequently undoubted. i die; they were given up by two respectable commend the use of it to those who Lave ben
; '. PERSONS direction of the administration the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe Yours respectfully physicians. When the doctor informed us that afflicted as 1 have been. Yours, &c7
upon the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued state, that the value of our usual stock of THOS. J. S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved to try your W. W. VAX ZANTT.N. r
: : out before the lIon.Judge Probate for Columbia this O ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Grahamville, S. C., Sept. ISth, 1S47. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had B. PurcLas-e none but bach as have urip \
county, Florida, will please take notice that the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr., little confidence, there being so much stuff ad- pers that hide the! bottle completely end Lw
.' the subscriber, administrator upon such estate our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact together Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used vertised that is worthless:: : but we are very the written signature of S.1'. '1 OWJvSEND.
; r udder the provisions of an act of the Legislature with the fact that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Offict. 12G Fulton-st.Sun Building
", .. .'a., Florida, entitled An act to provide for attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Redding & co. b State-si. Boston; Dj tU
I, the re-establishment of the Records for the variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, nnd administered it be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, &. Sons, 132 North Seeond--t.! Philadelphia* S
'a- ,:' ,r county of Columbia, and for other purposes," will render the advantages which'we can offerto to my daughter, according to directions, and I JOHN WILSON, Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore; luiol fc 'n:
:. approved January 6th 1847, will avail himself dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847. Richmond ; P. M. Cohen,.. Charleston; Wrigll
'. ... -r of the privileges therein specified, for the purpose our care that none who visit our establishmentshall the course of tfnrty-six; hours, and her present LUNATIC A YSL UM. & co. 151 ( hartresi- New Orleans: lC5 oatk
: 1,- of instituting copies in substance of all pa- meet with any disappointment.Our state health indicates a certain cure. James Cummings. Esq. one of the Assistants:: Pearl-st. Albany; R Y Buckirk.. 292 cor. if i
': pers belonging to the aforesaid administration. assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours., &c., E. C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Ayslum, )Blackwell's.- .is the Market and Broad-sis. Newark. N. J. and b,
S : .(. Can'be found now on file in the Clerk's:: office of the ;year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. Grahamville.: S. C., Sept. 14th, 1817. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Drnggists and Merchants generally
: :' I. said county( papers awl instruments: of writing S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of JUTE UMA TIS.3I. throughout the United Mates. West Indies anti
.'. purporting to be substantial copies or counterparts Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original .lGE 'rS-p. M. Cohen & Co.'. Charleston This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canudas.. A. M. REED, Agent
I'J ; ('. r: administrator's bond, letters administration firm of Lee & Brcwster, from which con S. C. ; T. J. S. Farr, Gr.vhamvillc, S. C. ; W. A" of rheumatism that Dr. Townscnd's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville. Florida Ii
I Itit .... and inventory and appraisement, &c.' nection he withdrew some time ago has resumed Carswcll Savannah, Ga.; A. McLauc & Co., has cured-The most severe and February 26, 1S4S. ly" Iit t
: which were destroyed by fire on the first day business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwcll & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by; its extraordinary ,
1 ;y ef. November, 1816. This notice given better Judson, and assures his friends that the new Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P.A.Moisc, virtues : HOLMES & CO. ,
!*. administrator his shall have the pre-eminence IaGringe, Ga. ; Winter & Epping, Columbus
; : to enable the to enforce application concern same in BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept. 14, 1847.
'f. \. before the proper tribunal for a discharge this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I have suffered / HOLMES & CO., have rouottd
j;. ,: ,: upon final settlement. the other two houses to which he be Tcnn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, G.J.; A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; 1 their stock of Merchandize to the kip
; a SHUBAL BURNS. longed. June 25, 1817. ly .i Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied by the United States
':. ;: '' By JAS. S. JONES, Agent. Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R. work; Iliad the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building) lifj
1' : Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1S4S. 3m INVALUABLE Anderson Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used have added to their stock, by the late arrinb
:: : FAMILY COMPANION.SIX ville. Ga. ;; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga.; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have : from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods,
1t .:. Duval Militia Clailllallts.tl Prescott & Co., Black Creek, Florida ; Lightfoot done me more than one thousand dollars worth Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c, lt,
; ':;: .' THE: non-commissioned officers and privates Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders, Macon ; I).)Iartin. Savannah ; Cun- good-I am ho much better. Indeed I am which they are prepared to tell at nductil
tl a :.. Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the ningham & Co., Dalton, Ga. ; J'.II. &W. S. Ellis, entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use prices.
I l '.. pe.niesFloritiMouutl Militia.for service in the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 Macon ; M. C. Williamson, Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. this for the benefit of the afflicted. They are now prepared to purchase Cotton,
;, : years 1838-9,who have not yet signed!the neces- engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents. Hodges, Sandersvillc ; It. T. }Floyd, Micanopy, Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides, and other produce of'the country, at tit
I f :;. e .rypapers,relating to their claims.in, the hands :Mail to any part-postage !9J.< cts. Florida ; F. A. Poullen, J=Jacksonville, Florida ; COULD NOT WALK. highest :Market rates and make oath advances
j 4 ofthe undersigncdarc requested to do so without Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. on consignments to their friends in Savaiinfi
0. delay. The papers to he signed are left with I I Mail to any part. 50 cts. postage. Inhaling I For sale wholesale and retail by That' Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very and Charleston, or New York. I
I I:, CoLPons, at the Post Office, or'may be signed Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal F. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. best remedy for female complaints there is They have a new article of Wrought; Iron
: ;' at my office. GREGORY YALE, Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all I A liberal discount by the dozen. no disputing ; thousands and thousands of Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call
: :,, ..: Agent Duval companies. Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb, October_8th, 1847.'I'IPE weak and debilitated females that were pros- the attention of Planters.
..... : Jacksonville March 4,1848. tf and Weak Back and Chest ; sent by express trated by those diseases to which females are Jacksonville
6 1846. tf
Boon of robust
everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or subject were in the enjoyment -
::., Pickles, Preserves, Fruits. &c. Rupture Supporters, give height from head to 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. health. FORWARD & ALDRICH
: ,. PICKLES, Olives, Capers,Almonds, foot, and circumference of person next the surface THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun- New YORK, Sept. 23, 1847. ,
4 MIXED: Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Lemons, I just above the hips. 1 f Rupture, mention and will continue the business lately DR. TOWN-SEND-Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LlW.
Fresh Lobster, Salmon and Peas, in cans ; Preserved which side. Agents wanted for the sale of the conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto the last year been very sick, and in a greatly WILL practice in the several Courts of L t
I '-I.... Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa -' above goods. Address Dr. S. S. }'l'fCH7 707 all orders they may receive with punctuality reduced state of health being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of FlorulJ.WlIl. ,
I (i. p:; .Paste, Chocolate, Maccarpni, Vermicelli, Broadway, New York, post paid. and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by variety of complaints such as females are liableto A.'FORWARD, St. Augustine.
'1 Yeast. 'Powders, Soda: and Seidlitz do. April 1, 1848. ly them will be Hand Cast ; and they will furnishall ; she got so bad at length that she Was entirely LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville I
I For sale by A. M. REED. kinds of Printers1 Materials, of the best qual- unable to walk, and was as helpless as a child; Ii i
'1' m' .: April 15,1848.THORBURN'S:; Fifty Dollars Reward, ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and WM. F. CRABTREE" Ir r

P'T GARDEN SEEDS- WILL BE GIVEN BY THE superintending the manufacturing department. she immediately began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. f
t. 'j. 4 f LaP undersigned for the apprehension Proprietors of newspapers, who have not advertised her complaints left her, and after taking several Jacksonville, Fla., J f
A. M. REED.April
\ and safe for the subscribers '' bottles she is restored. Being a singularcase toil*
V ?Stl.! delivery into the 'ho'may publishthis WILL attend to any business entrusted
:.1 :4 15,1848.To Duval County Jail, of the fol- _- _- notice for three months, will be entitled to I thought might do good to publish it.- hands in any of the Courts in the.Eastern Circuit :
the Clerks! of the Circuit Court lowing negroes, to wit : Venis, woman, Han-M receive pay in type, on purchasing five'times She used a number of remedies that done her of Florida. _
AND THE SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL nibald, a boy, Georgiana, a girl, and'what chil- the amount of their bill for advertising.Old no good previously. Yours, respectfully, '
COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT dren the above named Venis might have borned Typo. taken in exchange for new at 0 cts. JOHN MULLEN, 87 Norfolk-st. FELIX LIVINGSTON ,.**
I since she has been absent per lb. '.'
{ OF FLORIDA- supposed to be twoor ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AM now having a large number Blanks three, and Ellick, an old African man. f The Type with which the "NEWS" is TO THE JLADIES. Jacksonville, Fl'

4- T printed: for my office, and knowing the difficulties The above fugitive slaves have been absent printed, was cast at this establishment. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. WILL. practice in all,the'Courts of the Eastm
.*' with which you cannot but meet in getting for nearly four years. JOHN M. PONS. WHITING & TAYLOR, DR.TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA is a sovereignand Circuit.. \
'supplied with Blanks properly printed ]I Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848. 6m Successors to Robert Taylor. speedy ,cure for incipient consumption! and, r- .
I t,-rf. ': here offer you my services in arranging the February 19, 1848. 3mNOTICED for the general prostration ofthe system-no AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, 5

form of any Blanks for all who may desire to CLARK & LAWSON, matter' whether,the result of inherent cause, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW,
> 1 $apply themselves. They are printed at theomce FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS S MONTHS after date,'I shall present my or causes,.produced. irregularity illness or And Commissioner of Deeds of the State ofCto,*
::: :i of "The News," with a neatness and taste Savannah, Georgia, tender their services accounts and vouchers as Administratrix of accident. necticut, within and for.tho State .of:FlJACKSONVILLE 'iI4;
which-1 have never hitherto seen equalled, and to planters and others and. solicit consign- the Estate Henry Barnard, Jr., late of Duval Nothing can be.more surprising than its invigorating F
$J at a rate which is at once reasonable ahd liberal -. ments on cotton, and all other kinds !of country county, deceased to the Hon:.Judge of Probate effects. on ,the human frame. .Persons t
i. I do not mean by this, that they will beI I produce. They are agents for the celebrated of said' county for a final settlement of said ,all weakne'ss'and lassitude fromtaking it CHARLES P. COOPER, ;

\: ; printed on the credit system. On the contra Etowah Mills, of Cass.county, from whom.they Estate, and shall, at the same tim, apply tor at once become rob st and full of energy under ATTORNEY AND. ,COUNSELLOR AT LAW,"
... ,.0 ty, I am expressly instructed that this, though ; are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, Letters of Dismission as such :Administratrix, of its infhi nc It' immediately counteracts the j jnervelessness Will practice the several Courts( ottheEd
anciently esteemed a part of the Common Law and equal to Northern flour. They also keep which" all'persons interested in said Estate, are 6jtbe.fethale frame,whi h is the j tern Circuit of.Florida. .
: .f Printing Offices, has been superseded by on -hand, constantly; 'osnaburgs "and yarns; desired to take notice.HENRIETTA.. great'cause of barrenness. | Jacksonville E. F Nov.261847.4 ; t
v statute it. The from the BARNARD It'will not 'expected ofus. in cases of so .
: pedal interdicting forms for Eatonton Car right, ,Planters, and ; ; A.dm'x. ? ; "
: .. the Clerks shall be of the best style ; simple Cedar,Shoal manufactories; which they sell at. JacksonvilleMarch; )4, 1848: Cm delicate. nature, exhibit. certificates of cures. CHAItL'EgH.PELOT: 7r
.t&t fteatand and those for the Sheriffs''Wheneve the : performed but 'we can Assure the afflicted that ,
; proper; manufacturing prices. Norri(1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
copies are required to be served 1 )Jarch,11 WEEKS hundreds of cases have'b enreported.t us., '
1.S,4 3mWM. : after dateI shall
rL: will 60 arrange as to save much time and pains FOUR_ Judge of Probate apply to Di'vEND,;. My wife being greatly distressed Little River, Florida. !

4M* 1' 7*%. of ailing up by writing. OSCAR HART. : :for leaveto, sell so much of,the of Duval.real,estate County.-,- Tby weakness and general: .debility,.and Wiu.. practice. in the several.:Court;oftM,
.*' v. < Jacksonville, April 29, 1848. tt g.. LAWTON, ,'Oran Baxter late of Duval of 'slff ruczitiiuallt.b7: pain l, and withjother :Eastern Circuit of,iF1or ida; _business entrti3tais.imewith *,
C9 FACTOR AND COMMISSION iMER. as aSCSherO, : attention':/
dfi1ciiItieizLhaingIjuQwn. : your prompt
will be sufficient ,
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ftft.p&. payment ot the debts
Executor's Notice.SIXMONTHS Charleston, S.:C.KEFERENCESTE. ors fdec ased. date I have "
$ : after shall apply to the G. Jaudon A'il29t848 ; it recommended for:such cases as I :
r&& of Duval county, for a E. F. Gov. C.'J. MoD9na1J Esq near Ga. ;Jacksonville .. At: 'described,' rl: obtained.a; bottle:of your Extractof IIi v a*established nimself at PALATas E.i,
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final discharge from my Executorship of the Furman ; CONGRESS BOOTS, Gents. Patent1'Leather SarsapuflIzand followed th'e'directions. 1 U.gave' :GENERAL "COMMISSION
Charleston S. !
Xi9Hr* Esq. C. !
i ?/ Zftate of James B. Roberts, deceased. Elmorc,,Charleston, S. C. ;. Hon. F. H. do. fine .Calf. and Morocco Boob:' me.. Inashort perioclitremovedl! rconjf'plaints : 'will,,attend .toTjuiy; "business nste4.re'with'd ,.to*>.
6th 1848., WM. R'BOSS '" .aForMle.by.: ; ,., .j? -A; M. 'EEED. "" "restored health. pateh ... .T" .
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