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: September 16, 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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ib1 a regular cnSlomer. By referring ____ V VV Original' f'whlcl* I
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J tli tbe req11 8lre 811m may aseertaine&1 LAN D SALE. i Wmo''VOLUNTEER's' 'OPINION'OF 'theii .. ashc: says \ ithMrBjtea: -- ..- lI
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.d : -t:: ; : bI.d oi
ii tDg not mukl'd with the number '"TILL DE OFFER, at auction in New- 'tt'J"f. -- d'Spanjsh. I have hlIthisvening 'thatthis .
th. .; ;required,will be continued until forbid Y.mmsvitlc, on Tuesday, 'the 10th'day of : foundthem'; CIrcuTatingin me.gn'e:f :'pl y.ipi.1 "i idjOhiiflg--
lJil r ;--A f'or.J October next, the foHowing tractsofland,vii: 'ery'"street ;flhidcornerOft Pu ebla._.. of. tiichfi li :.

.tt l do1llrl wiUbe ror pthre.jq charged. for aU annouucejcanddat The East 1-2 and North.West3of Fractional TheiN..Y. 1ra Sun gives the.fol., Where then"wer my Whig ptinciples11 county man Smith 'resides ')Hejshereexhjb whereMr' rIu.VV-.

et1DaD. S '10 00 Section 23, Township 12 South.ofltange 19 East.. In' the1ust; and so hep ; .
Months. t :
: pGod,1hop ,
iir tL.UaOzt1.- (. are)rorStX Rnel Creditors, : : 10 00rjpflction The West b\1f of Fractional Section 21;Town lowing ,extract from D' speech madeby forever. .(Great beering.) i iting a copy ofthe, same letter, butpet.'

CC 100etnrs it Leuers ofAJninistntion 5 00 ship 12 S. of Range 19 E. Col. WYNKOOP at a D1mocraiic m. "et'. : ircum nce J must allude Another pits no copies t obe taken. Fh gamp ,'
nouces will he inserted gatui. The West half and Soutb.Easi to ; a feW
quarter of
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( .tie
. tl ing held] at Doyle8to Pa. G we ks'al\erwards to played.throughout. ,
40 ", Section 25, Township 1381 Rnuge 19 E. P.'I, received-the Monj.toriAmerjcano .' the whole of the northern 'I
\ ;I'J"JJt: admilSabt personal communications wfllkInred The East half ofNorth-East quarter, and East PATTERSON, Cols; WYNKOOP and BLACK, I :' It 'cQntafned'' 'the pro : we.teraStates.
rJPI-tIt 'j s.lId\erllflPn1rnts. half of South-East quarter of ection 26.Town- ceedings'of the : k
Printil1 must be raid nn the and DAVIS late the Massachusetts .Philanthropf : -i41
'1' ,for Job Capt. 'of Society I
t.Jsd. i.Ubill ship 13 S, of Range 19 E. composed of.: men I give you the facts, not knowing who
,othewnrk.AlIcommnnC*'; mUlCt be"nddreltsE'd to The North-Eust quarter and East half of Volunteers, were 'the. 'pri ipaJ ,Mexico, in which were standing resolutions) big, in, our centrtJcommjtt I; j isut ,Wasbin -, V
el l. South East quarter of Section 35 Township 13 : com'plim'entary "
h r4v1 C. bILLETT. postage l"ll. ofRmge 19 E. : speakers. The Whg'! docte o'r ; of1es is 'My, Coii1 n ton, and yOu makemuch'Os oftbth,:"

The West half and North-East of kanda and I'Giddings; Botts ; as you may deem properunderthe circumstances. .
1 Duvnlltlilltla Clahnants. quarter bloody .Jwspi.tflblt grtn& &c., and st ting that' ,
. officers and privnteti section :36, Township 13 S., Range 19 E. these "iIIustrious'fri Will 'not :'our southern ,
see 8 "to'have found favor with the nds of V--
.tllQtJ Bash, Prjcc and Suarez' comf'o1d3 The North h'alf of Fractional Section 25; no elected. e.humanity'ayebE'en friends open tbeireyes; fl "J : V l' ,

'1 fi' Mountt'.d 1fiUtinfu service in theiS3S9 Township 12 S, oflttlnge 21 E. volunteers. .: of honorary members In the greatest possible haste
bl to; ,who have not yet ciglled't1! 3 necesryppers3 'The l"raction V rt'orth halt; and the worth (!' he. Philanthropic Society/' apd. Your 1c

1arjj Y" relating to thei r clahns.iu the'han seunJersigncJ. West quarter of the South West quarter of Section V V :At.my coui1trY'8, UI marched.asVa rcIl0\ .cltJzensf .Jet.. them: r main}there -V friend." .. ..' :

rUrIJIeti. rcrcqucstt'll to dllo wit bout.tIav. 26; Township 12 S. of Range 21.E. private soldier :.to.sustain her honor: forev r.. (Cheers.) : J" ; ,J''C.Pi'I J 'I "

:1 '". The papers to 'he.8ign'd nre 1ft with Lots 8 lUll 15, of Section 9, Township 13 5, I went out a Whig with my:musket [From the- e"Haven, r' JournL1.t- "V -. z:'

eatrons At the Post Ofiic.: or may h( 'gncdilt1GU1tY of Range: 24 E" .on my shoulder and! knapsack [From the, Wnshmgton Union,, thnl_ (.] \\.e ,publish the nbove..c mrnun1eaitrnn"very 1 .. V.
i.,._. ( IA..hrl'nt The W'st half or the South West quarter of my A beca st t ; .
' CALL FOR willingly in'rtfhear!
t' '., -lIyoftiCe. .\ lhnal companies" Section 10, Township 13 S, ofltange24 E. my back. I thougbt.mycountry want, INFORMATION. _

, ;1' sacbonrll1elarch .1isis.,_ trOTIC. Lots 1111 112, ofSectio 27, Township 13 S, cd .me, I come back, to you, fellow We Jay before our readers thefoIlo v. opposition to slajvery: sy patbile. tI
..tiy'couJ : of llanre 21E" V i citizens, a Democrat. :(Cheers.) A jpg lr4eresting and well, 'written letter one can doubt thatwho glances
The South East quarter of Section 32, Town.11i1) 'which over our columns froi4ay to day.Ve .- !t.
fun blooded Democrat G ; .
. YOUR .CLOCK NOTES to V ( eers.- by yesterday' mail : .
tit* if UP my 13 H, of1tang :2-1 E. ; \ haveosaid and %*-
7&p' p Agent, GRmORY Y.nt, ,Jack olni1ll', Lots 8, 13 nnd I 4, ofcction 33, Township 13 S, Arid as the Whigs in derisiopsaya fromConntjcut. In' s bmitting'thjsV expressly.ovef;' over '

I Wars 'iits Will be instituted i irnrneliately.1I'JrLiLCE of Itlmge 4E.; V red mouthed, venornousiDemocrat -: paper to the country, we, are awreof 'again, that_ thetimeno vas oJntr gDD.d

Pptill'I HOLCOMB.Lag.19 The Yest ha1fcfSection 34, Township 13 S, [Great applause.] And/, tbankjheMexican importance of its contents ; and we distant dnvneri the w ole "North 4'Vs

.0 IS4S. 4t ofRange24 E. for 'caU in the would plant hersejf J q,tl grOund & '
war. .my .co y rsion. I ,. name of the,people, loran. "
'\'f ; NOT1C.fIx TERMS : I learned there the diffbrence oC"heart answer from Mr.Bates, 1\lr; Baldwin slavery, ,and stand o it ton.. man.We .-" $3I:! j-
,7 WEEKS after J; tc. I shall apply to the These l'inds will be pl\t np at the minimum : :Mr. do'not, however 'at, prest : < ,
r the dlfierenceof or 'fruman.'Sinith. '
'1' S Honorable the .Ju.lge of Probates of CoIembisCounty juice or$1 25 per cre Purchasers will be required : feeling--o sot.iJ, that Tney cairnot that maters ? fi1r for 1.l'tt'rs of Administration to pay olle half cash, and the other half in existed between the two parties. I evade'it. They cannot shirk, dodge, are ripe for 'Whe i":. .t.

\tiCIII. ,the estate ofJoeh s. Gill, deceased, late ofdcounty. twelve mouths" learned there a lesson that cannot be or shun a reply;"and. whatever.it ,be; .it i they are. our correspondent ila1'e4, htr I.:.
.t' DANiEL H. CIIA VERSo JOhN TIE.\RD, Executor, rejected. III the momeiof peril and must .be,as clear, unequivocal, trumpet. on our support. At present we' 'fe!' .
.q August 1a lS3. hv L. II. DltYSDALl, Executrix, that the great whig party 'inecenain'to r :-
danger, while In the arduous s rvice of .tongu d.as.any which ever emanated '
of the Will of John
-- Drysdalp.
---------- COme into
r Gen:
-Adruinistl.do"S oHcc.r)1III August Gth, 18-18" my country, my mind 'WRldered, back, from the lips of man. Whatever ii' be, their head pow and Taylot'at $
have '
Jtti- Subscriber, having quilificdns Alininistrator No B.-Th Florida Herald and Ocala Argus to my far distant native 14,. and mm- we pledge ourselves to publish it.Ve deuce that ; we, aU"onfi- ;

juice L on the Estate of the late Hubert wi111,1cI\8c publish the above till the day of sale, gled with the cheering re ollections, i ofa want the truth, the whole Truth, and the moment Congress shall q,? : II! t.tA
it1 ors. G.TJringst.on, Notice is hereby given, to all and send their accounts to \Vhig. I held on to hefaith.: But nothing but the- truth. We \vJlni.t pass a law to circumscribe the"unmiti.- :;

." (CreIJit, J'giltccs,and Distribulcc: JOHN BEARD, T11ahassee. I learned know what Gen. gated curse" within the' iithitsoNhC9nstituton p. t1i;; (
r qll I that while. the'nrmv, of thp.. are 'I'ayJor's"d6cJde'd .
others.) having demands against saul esuZtO -- -- ----- n '-'-' -:- -- \ :
1 and as interpreted by.anie1
) opinions this'oelicate '
hell1 properly authenticated.1jthe I ron SALE. republic was engaged jlf i defence, upon question V
present Webster.nnd
.r..i other of "s m ,-
. I In. time prescribed by law to the $tibirIier : THAT ElItABJ..l 'fRACT OF LAND m't' own Whig party, inf1eneed' by.expediency \Ve'wont to know whether it is possible- our uiilet- ,. ua
etedrat : th\ East sHe of' the River St. JohVns.about northern men., that moment h' 'd silt'V
if m\il aH" this notice will that General .
: hy : pust ; had engaged i encournging Taylor ..can.vrl. eJett E,' \ 1.
'ix miles below thl' city ot'Jacksonville; will receive. Taylor's : 1.
ilJea4t in r'offhch' reovCrv.. which thus gnahre. COD 1.i
J ,i' those who the are to in .the dark
JAMES A" PEDEX', A.lzifr.Svnanscillc containIng twenty-two ((22)) acres. more or less were destroying army operate .vinc us that if.win notao(1';, ( we "wiU'F J ,
North of which had been abroad to upon one section of the to the- ci J
13" 18-tS. 8\v bounded ru follows ; On the by part sent represent country, -: '
etk& Ji1y_. .. _-. ---- -,--- P a'k or Hrl.uchestrr's Tract, on the East. by them in the field of battle. I saw a exclusion and in contempt of another,, pup down his.name frOm our'p per, ;:i"':

11ktLs -!(lminisU.U
PERSONS.itLtr1tc1 ill the Estate of I II Barton, and on the West by the St. .Tohn's I friend "a man"ant, that wecan. ."
r n ged in condemning the war. when I ; but, for ne, we are determi rid 4 i14c1
iLL late Joshua MiUf'r, are her&y liuti- River. 011 the 1,1:1,0 there jg a good Dwelling, not give- him I Does h nt ) .
me.rut I with front mnd and all knew and felt it to be just. I knew I to ferret .out the tfJlh. _.We haY "r. .* pt
I kiTht on the 1st. lay? ofJtnuary, 1819 1 piazzas rear; the. necessary fnf :stronger. OppositIOn .stavery r 'B t' 1' P.4.
iaJl rreCnt' n1)ccnunls \1111 vouchers, ns Atithnistrator out buildings, ill good order. Its beautiful that blood-goodtrue rcrl Anrican I dispositionto, interfere with.th. gentlemen where will he findt .s'_. !_ t., tI r
:uura- of'ProtHtE'5 in dud healthy itu\tion and coutijuity to the I in 'Ve ;, ss ted ,over Dd. 1 T5.b4
(: to the Hon. Jmit1g p. bIood-had been shed 'upon American question.. h v "no't the -
: IIIHorlu.'hutl County, for a final eei:kinent ,City, md being entirely protected from the soil and i.w s that..feling that. induced slightest: desire to treat them witb" over again, than in our'cOlumni 1O ng. :'
, discharge from the further ftdrnnist r.ttiou I orth East winJs, renders it a most desirable other : before the, Buffalo Conv OtiO il Ana % M'b-
than .
I JJail estate; ft.nd shnll' pray 'a lisrihutionhtreof residence for Ijcrsons intending to spend the me to lake up my usket. 1 have feeling deference andrespect '\V ay1bt: t1'-\.eeiadfOr 'a a
ten. : OIAlI SECKJNG: Adiii r.Sewnansville I' winter months in this cHDlate. V neVer doubted the justness'of thiswar.: ; but wewiIJ not rest 'untiltheycondescendt and!aU'n ovementi, dnd 4

I I July 1st, lS1. Gm ;fOl' terms"pleasc apply nt the place to the (Cheers.) And yielding' to the' influ.. ,speak put. Isuch a letter confine Just proper t : 1 i.4.rL'i '
" --------- I owner thereof, A. M. KINGSLEY, or toI be in their it evil.within. limits._:dictate&1 -ct1n.:
and force of motives l could possession concerns '
1 l l'IS ExecIto's N f !h e. I K. B. GIBBS, Att'yj. ;not. by right. But we think.that..tbere _ja a .
,. MONThS aft'r 'ltte. I h:111 npp1y to the atFort George Island. resist, 1 gave i in ,my adhesion to" the the pukilc i interests ,so de jly 'as'to excUse -' ..poet; lrea rworking.r r r.diis end an& c:1j4b : '

' SIX Judge of Probate of Hu"al cjunty, for a Jacksonvilk Aug.26 1848.. 4t V I Democratic party, with heart and uI.I ..! som.e( 'departe' frdfri' rdinary i that 'i' 4 ..4tri
.13g1Ct' j i 11 disch1Tge fl"tm m"y Eveciturhip or hu --. ; can trace backte tbe'Whig p ity most forms and etiquette. .Gcneral T yJ' P werjndhatspiritare body ,-' 4& it'fh
Estate or JUl1l'S U. Ilo1Jc .ts. cesc(1. : ltlnstcs"s Noticc. letter is the,only 1idence that arid.spi of thewhig.p rt.y.. Thispa f i i'V.
the perhaps
that ,
::8'I. of plains ,
HOSS x'r. the'carnage has .
; May 6th, IS.tS" WM. H. FT'HE IJNJERSIGNED having been appoint- ty ever been or'Justlce and trutliJ .
--- -. --.---- .1. of Mexico I 'caD point to thomas the canfullysatisfy the,public mind ; and i2 #;
cd under decree of the Circuit CourL it for that now; a dthe 'itiiittIj !: J :Dk
;lit: NOTC $ for the.Count ? of Duml and State of Florida, aSP'C:1l cause of the guerrilla system, with;aU wernostrespecttuliy call' for 'lt. Veithall. time comes to cut thibttdfthnuibe.& S
IOXT iS lfte;' i1.te. i-.hdl pr-ent mytiUt5 Ma'ter in in the of John .add e6s'a of tbls' number of (
case its blood- hirgtin l.beard the copt e
SIX ss. monster -
arguinents.of the'.whigs \vill do it" Does''a.freeman' .,
atby m.J ""i'(' lCl'-I" : h1ll1h'istl'\tri oftheE4atofl'.elmry "
C. Pi'lot t.wl Charles H.Pelot, Administrators ot addressed the.Union to the thr e-gentlemen speci. -
Blrflf'l. Jr.. late of,Duval the Whig orators ? .want more IQr "iI4
I Jam: H" lelot deceased, against the creditors ; "
fled i'tor
111. ;: tOunt'.c.t ceil (.l tel thc H"n .1udg of b'vhateor of tb' st:1tc of said James D. Pelot, to state an I to' the populace; and I knew th irinflui-. by our correspondent. I they Jailto is iafteraIl. that h.donatbe.lieve a- 1 ti
; Sl d l'.OllnfY fur a final -ettll'u1cnt of sllitlr.rtste account of the amount ofsscts for distribution ence in exciting the Mexicans to ,an i answer, we;shaL1 .repeat the call once, that',with Gen. Taylor we: can ..do ;. vi;;

ii2W J awl lnn" :it the same time, apply for in thehmmijsf the said Administrators, and ot obstinate and desperate resistance _I a week-until that call shall fall like this? and daeshe think'tliat we' aiii ;
Lttt .of Iisniiion zs SUdlh.lli'1btl"atrix, ofYich'nll the amounts due respectively to the creditors of the starling's note the public
knew their influence upon er .
intfre4etl in tid Estate; are to.aU too, upon my poor deceived in Gen. Taylor. 1 t,:" -- .to:!
pr.omIs said c tate Notice is hereby given par-
/ apsired tl lak,. rotke.1IENIttETT.. ties intcl'ctr: 'l'hnt a hearing vi1I be li&d by men, some of whose bones are now_ NEW HAVEN, (Ct.) Aug22' ; 1848.To This,,howcyerj wewill attenc1t tomorrow -

1 BARNARD, Adni.JACk8OflVille. nie, t'J special Master aforesaid, in Jacksonville, bleaching upon the plains of Mexico. the'Editor of the Union : V as.wohaveanothejcomnjuthcthon : :'

W. March IS-ts. 6:11 the 10th of O tober 1848 I the 'Mexican' 'in the Ahhough not personally acquainted i
f, : : on Tuesday, day point' to party ,touching thIs subject, hith we ; I4
. ) -':-."-{'-- ;-:-'-.---- when creditors will be required to present their I United States, with Henry'CJay.at.theirl' with you. yet take the liberty o n.closeyou will'hen and there publish and'cob':. .

L t MONThS after date, I foillll present my nccounts udication, supported, or else be by barred 1l'opor from evidence an allowance, for ad- head, 'as the cause
" r SIX accounts and vouchers as Executor of the thereof. AUGUHTUS C. GILLETT, king the hintJrcpl him and his party, published! here this mornmg. .It' 'j is Our friend, "a:freeman"wilFffdn1;

-! Ista1e Jan\cs 13. nobcrt deceased, to the Special Master in Chancery.icksonville : Sulas, the orig.nato. of the guerrilla' from the 'Ne\v Haven Journal. This as.good an anti.slaveryinan. as.'jhoi;;
Judge rrrob&lc o' this county, for settlement V September :2 1648. 4t that' should' hunt. paperpisedifed bytbat: veteran writer
time Ial1a1ply system, urged they butas_ : for swallowing aDutchmau with.
IUd allowance him MIJ at the sal ,
by :
--- them and Thomas .G.- Woodward -who. is the intimate c cI.
them down out -
Sot !h to the t'lH Ju1ge or Court, for a1lndiseliargc Estaleof C.'iSlill Morgan, dcc.14k' worry pro. it-bah J '
from my Ex "utor hip of the LL. Persons interested are hereby notified, i long the war. "Youcan't overcome, and confidential- friend ,of Roger, --V V V "3

1 U&te'ots id James B. Hobcrts, .1ecease(1. ..LThat Si Weeks from the date hereof I them," he said, 'when_ you- meet them, S. Baldwin, ,(be, abolition! federal Senator .[No..11): ; ;,. ,1'\- .-

! JOHN ROJJEltTSEcecntor of the shall apply to the Hon. James'S. Jones, Judge face ,to face, and thous4nd to thousand., 'Crom this State, vha resIdes in thIs Wistar'8 Balsam a& Hthn& k1
hst Will &c. of jn: B..ltob ?rts.dcc.lpria2 Columbi\ for Letters of I :
-. of Probate for County, "The Democratic party, 4e' said, cjtyVand'th paperlis'kn, and has DOaTON, April 14, 1S4.
IS 18. (rn.Mz'DLur Administration on the Estate of Crispin Mor- ,Mr.S. W.Fowle V :
. dec "would insist upon a prosecution of th'ewar been for niany'years, as.his organ.Vhatever .'_ .
--- late of said
.1"0 TILE gn county flANIEL, A. L10RGAN.A11igator and would have an indemnity ; \ ;importance you,ii. \Vashington"may De.lr Sir:-1 haTe been inddced at thaSUgestion

j,. -c..iU&lion. of the litn.o or Florido.PrrlIcd .. August 5, 1648. 6wl but if the Whig party,comes irno.pv attach to it, there is' more ol many of my! dsto make t

"ul lgmd to ljy 1/ia third G/llu.ol As- er, we, will have ,a peace without.any in", lean tellyouthanappears on its' to the public'througH l ,\1e, '\e 1.

- .gtlMI. ; sujC1 to the actiol oft/Ie next Gr.ner1 prLICATI0 OT1CE.V will be made to the next sacrifice of territory." How this 'plaro flice. Sa1or aldwin'', and the Hon;' baTe derived from the useS ftl_ medicine caIIedWISTARS V :

J.s'semb71.1.'t.1CT .t the \ Truman Smith of the House"of' Repre.sentatives f.4IS4 WIIi-CHZkR7 + 1 :'.' 1
'1 Cl11U ofthi [t1.AxL1le i ,il General Assembly of FloridJ.'for an.net ( SaI8s', suggested by Vhig'pariy Of : : ;
amend the :2t.b
t'O I authorize to con- letthe ''arrivedin this city on in the hope "th fJ th rS 1g-'fiO
,. of the Coustitution of this State, Sothat ,incorporation to a company of th United tates; succeeded; Iung
1- the Judgc of' the Circuit Courts hal1LitId Mrmt n Hail Itoul from Cedar Keys, or some I Ieligibe'pOiflt I bones or Americans now in Mexico 'Wednesday, 1as There s.ini this sec.tion complaints n' (dthth I1ef'byltji r 4

.. on the Gulfeoast!, to the St. Ma- .alarge pionlof the fiat I h4ve-'don ,s l' ; .. : .iJ.The"latter.part
their offices for a term of eight years, the Atlantic testify ; let the gallant) ,spirits .,vb.9 \'f JgsYorli
- inteatI If during good JJchavior. ry's IUTcr, or some eflgiblo point. I were'.maimed and are ILOWV lying. in he would not, hitherto, support the nomin.ziimi : of last" summer ri In tILe
I'r SECTION 1. Be il aCed 1m the &nate and coast. or the 8t. ohn's and ]let the' dead ; br '( : 'T iy] riind frOth'ap-/ (ill 1 9 a t.4i
en .sufJ'e
lIGHt of kpr.'tl'."cc of the State.of Florida 1848. 3m.____ I hospitals,.spea out ; ,: J :"sqycougb
, u, Gzera4.cnPy cMnil.F..d, That the 12th V V NOTICEV I IIs officers who fen along the NatIonal lJ ranes{ veegbirig t ljoin'theJfre; pain in'the-' side diffi ultlof.breathing,lose ofappctitand

1i Clause ofthl'lh Article of the Constitution of HEREBY GWEN to all persons interested, 'Road.- utter 'their 'voi es. A'nd.\th\ soilers ;" and il fact had sen.4eIegatesto t ( other,- 'sym.J. -- _-,1t'h, ii- .,i" ,I .4

this State be so amended as to read us follows Tha.t. the Subb'Criber 'widow.of. Samuel ,M. men were 'there struggling! rtbei.r,, ,the. IJu ulfalaConventi: _Since.Sea-. ti r pid'dcclin : '.T ie( t hem 1Wi'- J nCl :

'tu: That at the expiration ot'thc Circuit rcsrDt COU1.tS.tcrmofoffieeof 'El1iot, deceased, has flea iii'he'Probate Court Icountry's honor-not for. oneSiateV, L4or4ciwjn'8 Larrival, theriip4st i inteUiiz t';me'cfi i pr c itionera" ii d''mycage Vlbi i !I & !t
the Inlr of dower and
'Pith the exct\tioll J.H"rcin.d'ter ;necio1ied, the of tlL'lt Columbia she will County apply for;her the petitIon assignment for thereof, the whole Union. .And. .what was. .their. .ordinary exertions .are thakin' }? whip ; co'nsumptf6n'an atgtc&'tme th lc ..

;'$tICe8ofthe UI'1"CUlC Court, awl the .J llflgesoUbe i jouejn6nth- ';llcr this date.' V position 1-, ,Surrounded- Y..Jnn enemy,' lii. 4i'flkdl whIgs. to- theuijiort. thing'j a ch ngoocUini4e conl4be oftheI 'j Js ,

Circuit Courts, ball he clN.ted for n t-enn MARTHA W. .FITCHETT. numerous enough to crush them--f nd or lien.'Tliylor; an'ln a gaaa, many I least, ,possible benefitqme. i srnyiungs'wee I rM : -
ofeight years, an.l hall hold their, offices 10r I I Itha.tterm Alligator, Aug. 19, 1848. 1'm eat th.em.they'f unda: party at, home, instanceS, they haveb e-II su cessf'JlI. A very nt1am, I a.nd.. dise sI, Sts.t A'th14tit ':4. .i1 4.t,

1. T151Ofl9flde..' )un1ess in this sooner Constitution reUlOJ,UIltkl'for the the remoTa Pro-- .- V Notice. where they should look1 for; succor; cpyofa'letter.lrotn qep. r ayIprisx.. iJ'h pcS.thatimight. "fiatinor"t. .'

OtJudges by address or impeachment;.and Acl..lil1isu'ator's WEEKS after date, I shtlltnpply to the 'moulding the: ball;'j preparing thepow- l lubited! byMr, Baldwin, to these: disaffected -: ict iuij c ugh;I'bmwhleh4i gLi i tJ t'tli'

for wilful neglect ot. 4uty, or other reasonable SIX Judge of Probates for mbiJ.'CountJ, der, pnd. sharpening the knife to lssns.sinate I. .whigs'; the origihalOf! : r' 4.rhicWis.Lnowin : i onlY'g3T8 netheeUefthtij1togivo: '

; ,.cau3e,1I'Mch shall not. be sufficient ground for for Lp.tters ot Administration on the .Estate of .. .tbem. What 'aWVth e 1'rrtiIdfor I V the-posse i p.iIon (asMr.Baldwmsavi' .e liItg str gtlili'eqUiredFb d t e ; : :4

V ;O1thep2ofl the address ,of two-thirds of the JOHN DAVIDSON..Alligator .- ,-.1,1. 'u".,_ .n, '. J.'t oIjitAftertaking
t,, General Assembly Provided, however, That the 26 1848. 5w. f' their "tc untijmen r-othingt\else :setts,'oneiofn: thedelegates_.frqjn bat teietaI bottlesofheinedidne, .. .' 4
; Aug. 1oII1
I cause or C.lUSes shall be tztted length jn such they- 'earnestly,.gazed /three. thousad. ,tate.tp helf.J h tt
'*dr5 and entered on- the Journals of each 'jdminis1IZ1tOr'S.Notice.. lands for that tign,4 and \vho at ter V the conyentlon i. .r ri ': :
I'mhiI1apply to the miles'backlto their. na;ive" ,' .. _..o'V..! r -i-- 1. rm s ?i:4weatwhichj.prevIous : ih1: :
.IIOUse. AM JTor Jed, fvrtlid, That the cause WEEKS; after'datoj Columbia approval. .Where they- sh. uldl"l ave ,pent some' time .in Wnshirwton. In tothiaJ1 eD't17nroru8 $ rIjKZ.Itt
.reauseuhaU notified totheJudge50 hitendetobe of Probates for : '
Judge this'letterGen.I'aylOt pleuges l himself 1nVfivep6iiid 'w-1r'e .time.l1f 'e-t '
indeed .
thoesta.te'of and : approbation -
be admitted toLearmng ininistration' on. found assistance, : '; -- ; .
removed, und.1H shall for Letters of' deceaaed.V that has 8 0 f fh, and 'haebe. ;n able III Yer'atncto ,
that.he.will 'Veto'.any
I in his own defence, before 1\.ny vote Richard P.ryne, late of said county, they found nothing from d e Whig take mY'ACCUStomed exercise.ht waJk'ottr. i -
"aoruch and in suchcases, jpIIN ,DA. VJDSON.11iga '; back 8 iilliOt' ll ttt ::'of,Congress; and liuti ;
removal shall p
pass: : V 6w' party -bit siility.:r 'l'hey.t1r three to .fur.Etxt1s ; day. and A tuc1.t( 'JDi
.the Tote Iihnll be taken by yeas and nays and Aug.26t lS49. : they fet' $ cularlto the Wilmot.ErDV b S e8s.I"Bhoud
or, ., ... to the work vith broken'hearts; part .11 st'tip .t td f'f'regu
*? : on the Journals of each house respec.ilTely. lOICE.. that .-thereVwee V 4 :b1ack.hearted) smoothskinndpolitkia'4 :N ::opi sdwirugivetOfaofli' rr,th i 'le ter.w ilJ..Gov'.;Ba haTe you refer anyone who mAy,WfaJa fiiiher Va

: V ahll npplyto the particulars ,t oJne at.myplace bunei-No.
after datI eacirzigjjgV ds \} jQ r
WEEKS ih'oth
Szc.2. Be enacted' That the Judges 1 ''W5'WBSh D'e trt'f

I first tppointed furthcr under this amended Constitution SIX Honorable; Judge ofrPrQbat0 for Letters, qand.fo1j of Admi'nistrntion'on : th&:'Mii'n bloodhounds :to ek :doubtedly agreed"upol at \V asble o ,c VV .w, .,; 'II'"erythily.yOur.; '. ,, .- tV. ,.)' .,'.

than be divided by,lot into four cl'ases., The ,the County-of lIil1sb\rough the:Estate' of', Snsim''Stafford; after'thirb1ood. !But :be: .crOwnIng' mong'.1tbe 1, ,hig-jmemb: 'rs- Jrom :.th.e'North J." -i: .:J. I: WLLffOLBRQKwrp. '.:

h-st class shall h'cld his or tltcirofflCeor fflcestOtho deceased I actOtall and thatVwhich drove :ont of nod 'WOstbefor : tbe:Adjo'ufniii :Non k 1i;wU rgned IiBYfti t.1&. .
term the 'second for the lath or said county, V : { 't-'t trdin the fear "
STAFFOItD.jjI1sborotigh n'tiJrJ nsldubt' _
ttwoyearLa, i it 'J- r'3'orsa1e
i "
Crm or four the third for the term of SIX ,jli. 'mybeur!.H! e..t ktt. vestige'Of Whig,8.C : : .is: and'tbus injuf : ,wholesale : 'ff

::1eas. the fourth.for the term uf eight years. __ .,'./,. .County. ,.4', Scptemb'cir-2j1848.V' V : V(ectIoflW1t3 "B e-a ry$ VJ ci8ysspeechnnd; u t'1trmlght beubIisld, tfJ: .,. .- ju -:it' and.ietaJl 1t C .. '
;I' '
\IPased ConstitlYipUal ma'i V : -- lu.lons( .1 tel.I'10 J' 'Gefl'fr1orat' thSoutb ;! :'i- .'. oiJ ,
the Senate by AND, DOYS' Kip BrogansWO.jI reb "at. LeXJDgtotl .. jt4. ,' ii3acksoayIflE7,
t:: 1tY.Pecember.22 1S47. Passed the House :l\JEN'S :" eivCd by brig thatteaTs ; :MB1dwth 1riventhofojiowiugPV : t 119"J
mens' Seal Broglin i ctI'sjt inThonesty : 1 .
tf C Jpresc n tttiv s by, the Constitutional,. ma-.,, H.. :Kell ch and for s b 1 Vtf ;) .. ;tolled ; eakttit cheek5wheL I'read the.way;'iDi.whi h.thi 'fpl. gev .: U"'lt .i"Zit e.. :7t' ,\ .*/ L..l!JI'

.t IJ. olity. ;JanuAry 6, \8IS1; I ; ,> 22. ,, pA., K EED.V : ..- V V :: my- :. *r IV .'. L'i.lt''q.H'. .".. !-.tt'i' UO" flJ "';','1.-, 4VrtJ ,. 4i r t.t J rJ ?l dt .tf: ;,J'P.t ar
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.. ),. .-_, 16,1848. i History shows that a committee: jn Congress Q&y&m the constitutional faiL oOCongress efcercising'all it, b&tbaQ3ZJrC ab utjo publish a "P9 f'OA ortb, ,sly l!?.
-- -- -- -- power
' edition of letter in which ti" t
pamphlet r *
i your circuited -
.t".t. .... some years since reported against possesses, to:Abolish !the : nternaljslave you. Q.. Cta'
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.. .,:..":"-. this cl im. Of this committee, Gen- trade between the States t it"!hould stand corrected nmong".yo r,'coriatitaenr :/: ':i' ;,

.J: jtl'".l-....' ". l CLINCH, \Vhig, was Chairman. During 4th. Ate,you Irr, "favSr 'SPimmediatelegislation Your "pamphlet edition" and this :3rd, That .Mr. Winm4; '
.: .L". forthe.abolition of slave. of 1lr.V.. in theBoston At- C
-..' statement you through, the ",
claimants l I3osoi
i the last the i sent '
.'r' -at./-." =-.-_._ _ spring +1 t. ""**:$"'. lyJn:.. "e..Dls\rld.! "" ..., -o""[ (!olumbl- ''1n": I:, l lad nrrived .here almost simultaneously.It t Caving; Jsribwh; Mndr', ) iJits'I; \ It
.' t : NO'lY INATIONS--: Mr. YALE to Washington to expeditethe much and have' no i ut #ted" 11
.I.qJ1l. engaged, .. .
: .
, n. :... "Near *.* : ,- ?i-r-1Ri w-- i *>5rf- Tii*'* -- --l 'wnf ;referred .to, ,to, .see. jf Uiejerrpr. existence .u ; 1t,
"J) allowances f' heir claim.l to ex- ofjnis.your I r
t ip enter/into p :
'\ : '.' '. J an.argumenl.or ,*; ", : ;:
9. ?
.1'P.t: .r: FOR...pajESiDKM. OF THE UNITED STATES:: the end of the session' ,a Committee made .p lain at ]length rnyrreasonsjbr my: oj>moti. stood corrected; !"The" >error did not letter, i/. 7re thepathpej i Ii Iiin

''::".I:}.1""i ?:{" -LEWIS t;: : OASS: report .in their favor, Xi. this Committee '' I shall' therefore!content*my self, stand: orr ct 'd" in "the pamphlet edi-j vas published !. I ', '!: .

., ., .for the present, by .answering: ALL tionVe1l sir .; __ __ J,
: 'WI- cHef"' was very unreasonable 4th. You: have
C. Democrat was
l 'oV MICHIGAN.3r. Mr. BURT of.S. a. never stated / \ 7
t\ .
"jAFFIR.MA; / 'zi'
. .. I
.a; '( 'f;{ and in constituents that '
,, .-:... ,."i.. .,,..,"> r FOR VICEWILLIAM rltESlnE\T Chairman. And, now, because 'Mr. ;'fl VE f.and leaveforspme: |futu.r .occas'ion.a presumptuous your speeches, yon had' ealled"or: a

y" 1 1: ; 0. Ii U'l LEJ{, CABELL gave to ,Mr. YALE the assistancewhich -:, 'more'":extended.- ..*"\*: discussion,. z, !on,.,,the to ask you for an explanation Winthrop I for any explanation or, ,... IS

."'..".rt....:&:.,..,<,, C ,- op I'ENTTCKV. 'it was his, duty to do, and because -,, ,subject. ; ._ d f this strange mystery ? Are they toe ment so injurious to you, d'a\. luIn

.....,, \..i''i11.. ___ a favorable,report :was made bya' "\vould, however, 'take'this i occasion1b accused'with fabricating a slander" at vnriance'with'y '
!.!...?'..4tr/!.. Chairman to say; thatin thus: fr frahkly.rgiying 'against you, when they fabricated nothing If
: -i; roil GOVEiiNOn. OF FI.OEIDA.: committee with a Democratic ,, 5th. Out of "2500 ies'
havejt co
.; opinion, 1u! nqtatesire| lo ,r a (0
;.;;; GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. our "young and talented" Repre- understood, inthenaiure of a,pledge.. but gave you up Mr. Winthrop, reeled" edition of your : IUin
..,... and his for all stated You pampbJet;"--Lr(
. .i.'..' ,.r-:: .. presentative, claims a re-election. Are At the same- time' that- .I seek, disguUsesVbut organ, they r you say you afterwards
,""" "F.7 freely'\ give riny s sentiments' ,send us pamphlet in explanation of publftBea;j ni
\ ;' ,-" FOR CONGRESS: the claims passed Are they paid ]- distributed, _it is jronfidentl

"'* :' :* :-{. WILLIAM P. DUVAL. 'No says Mr. CABELL, 'They are ,any subject'of interest to those. for whose your vote -for a: man for Speaker, believed that not.ten of.them haveeyern .1t belieted I

I.,., .......,. .suffrages:!*'am 'a candidate,1 .lnii.ppc-, l generally at the South to be an ..
( almost to drop into'your ,
. ready sed that shajl! deprive Florida!
-..... to give any pledge I IdLOROAS.ll ; _
,t. 1)) FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: abolitionist next mail,brings :
elect usa
and 4if will only irie again, hereafter of all discretionarypower. ,
you me "- A" Editors
;r%.;; GEO.. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns.'fiFit you shall have them quit ." Does not lly'Vri;Character must be the statement, from this individual, in .have: published I letters, in, or this editorial St'a ; .. o' a.

: CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden. this appear as if he impeded their allowance l- guaranty for'the general,correctness of 'which he says you had "misrepresented s rtmg that Mr. Cabell I Bad' ...,. C;

:;.' .:'.1...ft JOHN' MILTON. of Jackson County. in order to make capital out of my I legislative' d por hient. 'On-:every ,him on the subject of slavery," nnd rily explained his vote for IWin-t 8atisra Ai
" .. I ambound td'delib-) 'fOp
of' :: : important subject nnd the his
that he told mystery of two
'r ;f{ : ASSEMBLY TICKET.REPRESENTATIVES them erate before I act, and1 especially as a you so before you published owe it justice and 'PaapUf "'' in
..".'...I.........;,.... So much for Mr.: CABELL'S two grand legislator---';to:ppssessmyself; of all,the your pamphlet And we, poor slaves, this letter. to pahlia&-. D

; iIk':4' Happy Florida information '.and listenjto -' are to seal lips and let all this .
.. ."' .P0B. -DUVAL COUNTT.ibAVID qualifications possessing } every argumeht our pass, --. ,- -. C'Lb'
; --
..,;' \ L. PA LItlE It, so "young and talented" Repre that tan be adduce ? by:my associates '- l lest we be charged with "personal ma- IH' [COMMCSICATEB.J r

,.I.J.f'.,.:?,""t..,,. JOSEPH' FIN N E OAtV.r sentative. Happy Florida, that she before T'give. a final vote If I: l lignity !1" i! CabcII'aim the DnvnJHIIW
., :
,_' .." .r OJ' -,- stand pledged to a particular course of
= = Claims
.. ::; .:.: r.E-----T.: must be called upon to elect as her Re- You were called upon repeatedly to -JA ikI!
..-". :,!. -. NOTICE. action: I cease to be a r sp'or1fiible'agentibut ilTr. Ediior :--On the 5th ,
:. lyi: : Tote: firm of GILLETT & HAZZARD, hitherto presentative, a man who disownes his I become a mere mrichi e. Should how why-if it was true, as stated by 6 l I

'i'. .,.:',.,;..,..' (engaged in the publication of "The News," is very principles Happy Florida, ,thatit : subsequent events 'shO\y beyond all Mr. W., that you had promised him be- June, Mr. Emery Priest, of' Fleming: m

.: t' .. : this day dissolved by mutal cons<'ut. Either of L should be necessitated to send to doubt that the course I had, become fore the pamphlet, was published that ton, Marion County, addressed _a letter of

'.."..".'..-I''. ':;. the parties is authorized to settle the accounts Washington some one who can assist pledged to' 'pursuV ii ruinous to'my the error should be corrected-it was to Mr. Thomas Suarezof tl fs'toiinfi thja
;; .'4.-r: -due'up to this date to the Into firm. constituents i and disgraceful to'inyself) in which he says he / r
the of some private corrected 1 For
Attorney not a time
: long
:;: rr All persons indebted to us, are requested L 1 have no nlternalive, opportunity you "Received a letter from Mr

:1;,4.. to make'plJ'I1cntnt110ut delay.AUGUSTUS ; hunting up papers that are "thrown for repentance, ,and, there' is no power were silent At ,length you wrote aIlong concerning! our services, inyourani,.CaWT'

: ;':i, I.:-. I C. GILLETT, away." to absolve me from my obligation.- { l letter to the "Editors of the News our friends companies in i te

::,[i{It -k .i.. ALLEN B. HAZZARD. ITIillarcl Fillmore nut! Abolition Hence the impropriety, not, to say absurdity -,and Floridiiiri," :i very small portion of T said there is hope, but little, a'f which present)h"' tel
in view .
*= :...... '..a Jacksonville j r, Sept-* '' 9,1S4S.._---- The Whig journals of the South have am,aware my that ,you giving have hot.a pledge.I asked I which had any thing to do with the in consequence of his being so.'f longfni thi

.--s::#?x*. TuErtmdersigned having purchased the interest recently published with much complacency any pledge, and 1 believe I know your plain question what was propounded to j getting possession of the ptoper.' .pa- (:
: concerning but
; pers he
.*-; .*.,,-:*/.-**: of Mr. A. B.Hazzard in the establishment the reply of FILLMORE to a letter sound judgment and good sense too I you. In that part of it which bore any I found them ;n has ,noV,
ruS'V- of"The. News" will from the present day continue well think desire such I among quantity of old liI
: < to thing.It
you any relation to the matter direct I
addressed to him by Gov. GAYLE., of you give a thrown away papers nnd settled'daPi :
: : of this his own
:43.T; llhe publication paper on was however, to prevent misrepresentation
".; :.?; ;&: ; account., ',In the purchase he becomes responsible Alabama. Of all the silly attempts to on the part of' others, ihat I ';contradiction to the statement of your i i tors,which shows' how muchattentwu J '

i-**"**.;. **':'** for all the debts of the late firm, and an I make white out of black, and to dupe have felt it my duty to say thus much 'friend" Mr. Winthrop In your account -I I has been p:1id.to it l It y other'gentleraeii.J Ji11f
who has
:?! i#* equal division of the accounts doe having been L the thoughtless or careless we believe on this'subject. '. :" .' j" of the private interview,--the He I thinks l promised will us quite to'lhereverje. -
-. : :; made;: between the partners, either of them is I i j they stand a faireha&rt, t
.Mvr, political history shows no parallel than am, respectfully, |particulars of which Mr. W. gives in this winter if the as.
v* I proper attentnjjpaul ;
: and collect them. I !
authorized to receipt for Your ob't.
:.i.' i. .*r ; this effort to make FILLMORE not an abolitionist servant, the Boston Atlas,-instead admitting, them. I hope thtt 't'rterie:"ill Jbe fi
,. : ; ,
-1''...", jOf-. ? Jacksonville: Sept. 9,' 184S. from an abolitionist letter. \V. MILLS; Esq', Chairman.' .' as Mr. W. says you cid: that "you no time or pains .lost by his'friends ta i ..

.!.;.." .:,;... L' '. "' Now Gov. GAYLE asks Mr. FILLMORE .. ,(. ;. [ were aware you ,had misrepresentedhim the party to which"he belongs. inK: iUJ.
' :' : ting him re-elected. :
::.:.,.4 li.....f.. {[/- We have received a communication the question point blank whether he is .TO' ,THE nONE. C.' CARE. Ii. t ?" it, appears you told him "you Such : 1.L-,j sri It
.. be. the
to sole '
.i.. ..:::.:j.', from :Mr. COOPER, _but too late an abolitionist. He replies,:not by saying .SIar-Jnavailipg.t t' r myself' of; thcjun-, .< f were very sorry that you misunderstood r appears electro. .*,* })..
l eerinjj argument which Sir. Cab 1I r *
: : 'itt: :: for insertion this week. in the .... 4
.. what he is, but that he was, when doubted citizen him slightest degree. And in- jji v
_ right of 'every to canvass friends in his favor. The
c.'i'.:.. ,. urge ring'is *;
.. .-.t.\ C.:, r i Congress, ,in favor of leceiving abo: 'the conduct] and of : stead of "promising"i him, as he..say'syou (
;./ *; THE :WHIG CANDIDATE FOR F' our : satisfactory, cogent, and C ofi!
,5'Vv. ., J.tEPRESENl litition l petitions. He "has no access to. I shall furnish .did, that in the pamphlet edition of : lie
-...". f.' TATIVE.The public: servants, : no op. : I I siue '
I :: or memoranda to ,refresh his your letter, which you were about to publish -}: 11 zr pc
;: :.r :present young and talented"Eepresentative papers por*** lllty., ,to yourself.or your. organs tocomplaIn Thereforewf ought to send.J/r..ICcl1dll .
. r ;:: of the State of Florida recollection, but he thinks he took occasion -: of'i -'iCpersec'n, (}/, unfounded* ,' the "error should be corrected"it Congress to the ,.
: for 4
:.Ic' is:again. a candidate before the people to express his views on the: subject I calumny, or 'personal.. detracLion." I ,appears" you told him that "you feartdit val.. County Volunteers get money II If, : .'Yt,

: ::; :: for a re-election. The enquiry is natural of slavery] in the States.He "did. I shaH deal. in nothing but ''l ulisputed'in i was too late to correct it, as your vas the unly reason, the, claimant money ..(

'..,.If."..'r;:f!- ,.-. what are his peculiar claims for not conceive that Congress had, any /i facts, 'tile' Tew" '* "'words. 'which I' urn about :-- pamphlet had been several days in the those companies should not votefor3fe,ui, ,1m

;.:;: -.. i.t::, .such' a' distinction, and what qualifications power over it in the States where it 'ex- I tp.acldress':tb you.,.:arid- < if any* 'thing' i hands, of tliepririter !I" C. and they decided when t II
i isted." He "has entertained other : Now, sir, perceive that Mr. \Vin- so vtlieyjSBhrployed t
t does he for no whichcan. yon ...
; pre-eminently possess escape my pen give just;
I Yale EI
Gregory < : to atte&I1
;.,. '. l' :;.:, that high office 1 opinions on this subject." offence, it shall certainly be uninten i throp charges you with acknowledging I h $
to the business for them
;:t i*;: :;::: .After laborious and frequent perusal As he avows, in reply to what are his tional. : . .. 1 that you were, aware before you pub- l would ; theycertaloly ; I.n....\
; {' ": ';' o is'\'arious'speeches, letters, pamphlets present opinions, that they remain as In;the, speech which:you'delivered'in I l lished your pamphlet, of the "misrepre satisfied not employed him''if tbefwere

;;.: \: circulars' &c.-after much they were when he was in ongres, theCourtHousc g9,1 sentation" which was afterwards published Mr. C. could.or w J4t '01
.. ....: ... patient : herea'sljprtstime. attend to their business desi. '01
t.-'\;:. .;"'."\''' listening to his' oral addresses and the we must be, and have been, guided by: you stated.that you .'''nev.erJl 4.',,any: l in it ,Did.you ever call HIM: to red.. as they, "tl.lJ ,

' ;;f. .L.. )laudation und his votes at that time. In his votes on Mr. account for stating what you now deny ; 11It';
: ., : panegyric of his follow-! difficulty with Winthrop, and .that Has
., !..t-.)'' ('' l wers'w. imagine we have arrived at the Atherton resolutions we find'he did your relations withf!}him : were of'the. lobe true It does not appear: that you, not the Democratic party of Florida
. i done all be.done'forJL ;
that t
.I' ,::.:i;. the:following result. We.imagine that assume the position he takes in his letter most amicable and" friendly character." die),.and yet you complain that Mr. W.'s J
#. claims 1! Did
; ,I..! '. \vfihave..di5covered, the following as the to GOGAYLE ; he was opposed It. appears to me that it concerns, your statement and your pamphlet, with !; not a Democratic Legislature J'1'
the direct interference of Congress with their ? statements and contradictions \ l recommend their payment\' )\rt 11
. ( : !"." peculiar! claims which entitle him to a constituents: very little whaMhejiature -

.",r.sc1'-;,t _.:.- re-election.' the question slavery in the Stat s.- of your ,relations are. with.Mr. Winthrop: h'av been laid before your'con-i not the Democrats equally..iDteresteJ....Ii. ...' )

. ::.. :'ir.. First Grand Qualification. That Mr. But he 'was in favor of its indirect i interference whether.'" ,. they, are,' friendly. or 'otherWse. -" You must entertain. verysingular with the 'Whigs in getting then paU! .
Is '
' "' CABELL is I by urging the .abolition of p But.one' triing.Ys: notions the correlative duties not the largest claimant: ib those .J.f.
;() ::".: a good Whig.ivHowever ,.., certain--iryou. ,
., .. ., slavery in the District of Columbia.As r" of the constituent and companies a strong Democrat,.and.doe* .J.0,
... ... :,..;...: inclined some may be to continuejon the terms ypu.descr'ibeyjtl Representative :
'. he his views remain' '' !You ought sir to have felt obli- any one suppose, he would warmly id. -
.1 \ this sufficient and enough to says unchanged Mir.'W-you 'must either.; be jhe; ';mpsj;'| 0I

.?*.$Vl .. c.f;: entitle'! ''V .'"'&loung and talented" Re- and Southern Whigs produce this! forgiving man irij the"WcirId/- or Mr ged to those who called your attention vocal the' :election of=a Democrat4fjit I(

' 'I'l-I..p.: .. : preservative. < to the honors of a reelecUpnrthere .. letter to prove he is no abolitionist' let WintHrop, must, Have' retracted the to, the, position in which ,;UV.'s contradicted5staterncrit supposed wpuld'cpp.ose his interestl. 'f
, .
I( 4 :-; ; ; .?. f. ,. The tale is an idle o'ne and 4:
; noterta
and us produce another letter of his ..writen' ; had ,
,&i:, are: many good respectable statempnti t J made. byhijnthroiht1! placed You-

l! < citizens within the State who are about ten years. since, and when he "Boston ,Atlas,"'. ipf"i he;" interyie\v'' .he "[Jut 'you yield, _"friendship". to the worth its telling bya,1Yh1g-nod1hycfe t'

, J ":: deposed to enquire into the merits ofthis r was a candidate i for that Congress'Iri held with'you'theday: after you'Jj I;jetjter ; t. man .-who" makes 'a .staiem ni' againstybtf ,not scruple\ much about what; sottsf.

'):.I rt" .;, 'claim'., According to Mr. CABELL'S which he declares he expressed i 9 f the, 6-( ,, appeared: ":in the"on1i1Inteiligen.- which :you ,pronounce ,to be false, tales they tell, so as they. will answer, 'ir

. :...q.. .- _.-- Wn'adm.isslon: ,..all the old principles of 1 pinions he still entertains upon the sub-. ,cer- ,"" on !the j.subject' .of Vour"vbte_ forhimfor ,' while you "score'1 most _unmercifully, the purpose intended. -' ;.

-. ''H '4: the-\Vhig: party are broken dOWII, with of slavery. ..Speaker.' I (beleve1ou;v 'WiII''Il : those who me ely. .,1 epeatcd. the statement Are not the Democrats in amnjorttjin : .a

,"' jbe.. exception of the improvements of In 1838, when a 'candidate for.Congress t deny: that I 'amjjustifjedr' t'f under" ,*'iO'the' ;a asked you for an explanation the Senate and will} not those'all ti>.- .,

II .Western Rivers and Harbors. They Mr. FILLlIORE'vns' addressed by circ rnstanc'in. On some strange principle of political sorbing claims have to be acted oa.lrjrthe rI
" '. : callingthe:: statement; ;
t. ,.; have no'w little a Committee of the Anti-Slavery Society j- Senate The claimants'. !' eon*
.. to bind them together]L : made .on.thuisiibjectin:*the."Boston justice, you "distribute" your friend ....
'. :J .: but the hope of plunder and office, and of Erie County, N. Y., within{ his Atlas; as .'lr. VVihthropVslaterneht.1r :" : +. ship and "corrected" pamphlets to'the :pelted to trust the Democrats iO'the:: ) .(

"." ra;; ;; ::1f!c th'ey* i* can present these S1inufficently district; The following was ,his:reply, "\v:'s'n' "detail! pfapvateeonversatiti;* ?& I North; ''while your denunciations and ,Senate, ,and would not be as.\yeU.of: .{

; : l I published in the Buffalo ,Commercial I -- < *:*;; j< better to do likewise:in the House ,
light to the uncorrected
; 1 : r strong peopleth't ; purporting to,havebeeii;: ] hed. ] ? ...theYillntlclpatc success. What is there Advertiser, Oct. 30,. 1838.. The last .' W. hiitiselfj; publishedSfajQivT : Sotrirf-., : 11 ,' -e I> Do the claimants in'those cpmpanie! ,J

i ..' :i; ::-tllen'in Mr. CABELL'S Whiggery to en I two paragraphs were evidently .in anti .days ;after, iri'apapervell: ; ln6ntobE I ,Ypu.'rhayi: : i if1iti al] .J

title him cipation of a contingency similar ,, ..i,1 1/ I ';. and issue If they do.the Democrats :)
: ,to a re-election. From his to .inJlis. .confidence., arid, never sin ftth; t: "calumny" "persecution,; and may wo
.f."t;,. ; .''course Congress we have found nothing .. the GAYLE letter. Yet' he has no hesitation know_ ofdeniedor' "11tf disavowed"JfbJ ':'t by> him-ii.' meet..:i it 'with noisy': declamation and like to know' it;;, and,\ve:. waro; tbeml ":

-4&; ', 'resulted fiom this claim, but:injury in declaring himself an abolition: $ "Y A.* **' ir:5: i'i ; dexterous evasion ;rbut jt is nevertheless timetliat. ,.we are. .not<< a,partywLdwil '!(
\t' is' < !
f'. ; morally impossible tithe.Atlascpuidhtive
... .. : lrJ ( ) '
, .e..I."" '. *'fo
,. 9:?" :!* '* : Bitand, :Harbor Bill,-and he would thathis, sentimentsare, unchanged ; other; source, than Alr.. VVirithiopjifhs the*1:0'S.'contradictions andcouCr.state.' .few paltry dollars. VVie are'\villinf, .*BJatid "- .1
: '
; c.Ihave ;:voted, against the Compromise : ,: himsef; Ii. 'S.. j "A.,..? ':J.J.r.. .. bn. -., ;1 ments of yourself and your- "friend" Air.Winlhrpp. .'. every ,just clairh against the CoY'.
.:(;j'T, f'r,rtbnal. '. '.Dill if he, could, have had] a BUFFALO, .Oct.,17,1838. ""' \. ; :" "':! ( -'J' ..1U.TMs"ffst <"" ('jj! ,:itt .'i 5 ; : ernment-should, :be 'paid,,. and so'isoofj ..,.
: I ttment t ,
.:' .: Sir-Your communication of'the.: : f ,ofMr. J\VJ. iin.the r'lnco'iiclusfon"the i" 'ff<
.. following cundidate.
chance .. propositions When Lb5
; !; f the
}t\1: ;; Whigs.say
; t !
:'i '. .;;.': (l'se I 15th:inst., as chairman of ,a-cornmittee Boston.?jArtIas. Vb'u'c'i'nie'tid'ttranfferj to. deduced from' he"whoIe.jjroceed- iVTr C, should be elected b.as ,.
; 1- because,1the
S.V. '
on.'tJ'GtandQualification R-jJiMSjJ :
r '
..,1 ?).i That appointed by. The .I1 t $lavry Society % S !?"**f *" '
I J'j.,:;1ai, '#, he will procurcthe: of -0t' County of.Erie"!;has'justcome. i 1 1.has"been1repeatealy| 'published m'llie'". :ingi-are. laiddo: >yn'fpryour: meditation. only man who will br'can= get"ihg : -3.
. .payment
thel$5H : '
. : :: to hand. News', 'anditne/ftorida; :papers. In if Jt can'disprove 'one of'.them I Ipledijse1t companies paid, theymast either _A nnI "
you any ,
ttl / Qe ft val" YouFoJicit.my answer to the *" >-4 4 .1. >0j i the claim
n1oe1d.rniliti, .
:: unjust ICquainted
; : v .; 1 '. Mr.W. t or they are not ,
..... : following interrogatories : IJatejJ'tluit tke.d.aJfttr.J the' honor'of
ypuiletter. i on
J. -s; 5'i;: companies.yeJbteliereCthis. a man, with
, the'tdlents
,. / :and
; energ7G
f .
.u, '4.. I Ist.-Do.you believe that petitions ) : 'nppealre'd' Iii trie; Ihtelltffeuc6r
to : that Jwill for ,the "<
vote": you at procli ,, the Deiriocratic.CAndidate., *'"*
is the '
, : "f first *> ifi ;; :
time "
,11.. that I Congress on.the ,subject of i v-J" ** *; .
' t "f.! ,ilia payment.of these claims has been at- the slave trade ought'to} be sJav.cfYJln41 received !, .1 hecnlledon.you1\ .*" ... <*;;" :/, .and' ',* :W intoraied'/you- I ing.election.v $ '. \ ilMr.".Co bell founii the paersthroW1| 1:;
p. t s. b Jtl +*"if''jt: t-.t t :read:nnd .thati.th.. ? pwition.you, }asgignea-liim on* '1st.Youvoted1orainan:: as Speak- away'! Ifthereisany'trutb; : iiistaYeraem :. !al
l made ,
: -ftroiptea"tole aVtt. '
( 11 : > *' ho
*7 f1tQ ; who. :fs to''blame 1swer
tl1e'slavyqu elIqTh : ; eJyptejjintongress; fromfirst ; -
representatives ofthepcpple.j J t' : wa uflil f[ S ] !
: :
t is certainly, the first time tbat'th'e collection l :*; i".r.. ; ,an ;::thA JYli.isf hose. rJ' -
.: of ,a private claim was made 2d. Are you opposed to"the annexation j' 1J1e: l1 Jt :fYb )J .pl )l tmJp 1-1a \iQjst;. prove bim"to.baan! omp o;'- were j in tfic f Hands. 6fui'biittee"pep5 f
b.I.f' '. .; i. ... a of Texas to this Union, under any wrong'light-before:his constituehtsi"_. inetthy to tho ,South ft the. House of S ,
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; 'which was 1iL: : Clinch 'a T will 'not 'publisH Mf "" _. V I .- : J ".IId-- ---' h .s-" _.' "-i.Y- l11, I
b PiHmore's : -
letter. ( '
: .
. I '.e r fls, !oJIJJd IiWiiai... r ; ;. ;; '= _
tJ' I Ck and true ring, and formerly of.I. Let USL argue "one4uestiontjtrt' time "Uct'i\ol.- "at,nes80. &eYere.. .1. O't .b .ci'would "t ; D Msoi>OT tong I j7
. I nnd that Committee report- t' 'guli: om lP.ynoset M1I.y bli1iLislf.,. \ ifr t toforl exist. I .. '

tb 1 'iDS State; them. How can the cl imt'A and until ours is satisfactorily! me; w'e !ficulL>Indeeti th4diseas K..d.. g'a1nptllicymucbon ; 24 ii ;Iog untI w t13 fitmofBEXL & EAlK/ia : 1 oI

Democrats for do not feel bound to answer > ..- me.that.r. 'despaired.'of.eYer t"cttiiillwheq J,? day J8Solve.d.-by JiiQt 4oiseii L Tfie bu"8inespfihe : :.
tgb1arne! the a report your .I.: : concern-will be CttIedby WiUbm 1mII i
ance\Ito.getabottle of,1.WtS.T.An.i
ant; against their claims by D. L. "Fair Play Too" wishes to know if BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY swhich effected :DelL All persons indefct tot1ie'concern wUf 1>r ;. '. -t tti'a c!

JS-.V who, from the fact of his having we were not aware that we would have a per/ectjcureimd.lBowrconwder r myself.:" -:( J Pseeota f.-: >.!_forward_l and-. make., _settlements with. !: : nl '
sound. 1hi:- b. : ? .WPDELT :'j. ,
S3 in Florida, and served in the been 1' canbeptoved number. 1>( 1 1LU
favored '
with a perusal of "that o finenuFrandii : : : '- 0.J RAIN. i BY THE PRESIDENT
County. mi'd viciiuty and 1thiukit.xny OF THE1 \
rvjted States Army in the year pre- l letter," if we had have applied to Mr. duty_ t o le't.It.be lai r"-4':. I.; *"-. )_f Newnsnsvil1en. .19, 1848. ,j I .+UVNITEDSTEL.
! J to the one in which this duty was Cabell "in *. .. : THOl\I 't'i'P TUCg:,. .: .I : ,:;MaihaPs Sale.' I ) In, pursuaui -e F' '1vtJAMES K: "
11OJ should have been as propria persona -now, we Franklin County Ga Norrig &' t' .; ': 'virtue I'r I-: '
! ned; capa- 1846.? PT of two Executions issued lout':of I Ir. ? 9If,-Presideni 'of United Statew

tie ,as any onc to make a proper and honestly reply that we did not-how For sale wholesale. and retail.' .Yf'r' j,I r.JO ,the District Court of the United States for'i! of A raericado hereby declare and rnale. ; ." ,, t t' .'
the .
Northern District ,
The Democrats are not could 1 And T.> O.OLMES&CQ; ,., Florida andYo mVp&,1 k noWthat Jf. t'
st report. we we would remind him : reeled and delivered,...against ,Arthur:JiurneyT pub1icales-wjll,be'heJcIt : .
sa ; {:
these claims, neither is their 'J\cksonTll1ei E; F. I'have at 4XTS
sed to levied theundermentioneds"Land
that it is
a more delicate 'matter to request .upon, and shall sell at public iuc- Ocesiar n'j '
op dJdnte ; and Mr. C. cannot ride that the of And -by ,druggists generally 0 throughout"tEe "tio;in front"of the:,"Court House, in;" thecity6f the SfATii. u P'FLORIDA, :atthe!period-- f' t.
:t political hobby-horse to carry him I I a as a private United States., "to'w' ," I' w :S pt.:9.: ..., :Jacksonville, between the hours of 10 a.. arid' hereinafter designated,'to'wit : .. 'ir'I
of. .
2p.m. the
Congress. No man of corn- person, than to demand it as one of the -- .-. first Monday f.September next,' ,At the 1:1Od'office'at Newnansrille ..
wk to Negro cosaeacingpnMondaylthe "
Democrat believes public as their ri"ht. MAKING {INTELLIGENCE..*? I Woman named Peg or Peggy, and her;. ninth of.October .'.
Jl\on sense, \Vhig or '. '" .. ..' .>. ,+ Children.' I O ERl'MY.ElLS, Marshal, ": the disposal of the pnblia lands next for, '1 J!

nr such tales, and those who tell themfor 'Fair Play Too"" surmises that we PORT OF J ACKSO ILLE SE T.1i. : H.h hisDeouty,'G. Htuugx.. : the .undermentioned townships situtedwlWzr'J.and.paxU \

of ., Marshal's Office of"
making political t
the capital r. : to"nslllps: 1 11
purpose have been half .
may asleep when the said St.Augustine } .. .
July 1S48.J3r
22y- "
Mr. C.. only remind us of the South of the base line and east of t i1t
ARRTVED. the .
t for ( principal' i
j l letter was read. We have to inform : The"above sale is postponed to the first. f : '
monlev climbing the pole. 'S pt.l.ttii.S h"r. Repeater,Barker,,N.-York. :' Monday "November next Th6fraction'J.- meridian. f .'" S
A VOLUNTEERCOMMUNICATED. I h him that he is entirely mistaken ; that (LEAltE ). G.:: HU5IPHREYS, Deputy Marshal. .o the Sawannee oCtownship'senu.situatedea. l
12th. SchK'iJage':Worth Boston.. : river, (except&eti u :
Sept. St. one .
we are, have been, and shall continue to .Augustine..Sept.; 1848. ven and twelve) and the i' '
13th. London "N ew1 York ". raction.ofJownship. -,
[ .] -Brig Hayes. .,, '. ; ... ten east ofsail \. 3 ;
be, WIDE AWAKE for him, Mr. Cabell, I with 100 31. Ranging''timber;!, Public Sale. I I:11'er.: (except Sections six, teren. -; 3 ; 1 t
AND eighteen 'J
OU1' OL'TEJL"a Sept. '13tK.-Schr. Hudson,' English; Key, the first Monday of October next at 12 i nineteen twenty. and thirtT-ontV,*'. 1 ,
nd all other pretending \Vhigs, as they i .. ON' of range fourteen. ,ru
, The game is out, and the play is to he West. M., at-the place near Mandarin, Fractional \ t ;t,
will find to their sorrow at the ballot- .Duval county, :known'as 'the Hall Place, (formerly nteen. township thirty-six, of range ger-- '. f\1)f;

af4ir one too. Well, agreed. So Mr. box, where we will all have PRO AJIIATIOUT.' the residence James and Dorothy Hall, :Townships twenty-three and !' : };

Cibell l lias found one to vindicate his NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; at present. occupied by G. W, Walton), I shall fractional twenty-onranz: .i t

FAIR PLAY.COMMUNICATED. PUBLIC'ahETecUon. will, be held 1U the firstMomThy offer for sale the interests of the Estates of i ty.seven, thirty hipsJhirty-onethinl-8iX ight and ix thir l. 11

,f $fa course, and one too who nrgues in October" [A. D. 1848] next ensuing, James' Hall and Dorothy:Hall, deceased, in the i eIghteen. thirty-nine,ofWng* : t; )(

this way-because the report of the in Duval County the election precincts hereinafter ,said .place, piece or parcel of land, known as the Townships twenty-three' and '0" ; I i ,2f
jo twenly.ourractional !
[ ] named.for a Governor of the State of Hall place Tiear Mandarin, in the county 'of f township thirty thirivysix j 13 0

: rjaiocratic deegation! to the Democratic GEN. BAILEY. Florida, for a. Representative of the' State of ,Dural, and also about'20 head of stock'cattle. ,:thirty-seven, thirty-eight-nev.townshipa and 1fj ')

Convention was not published, altho' Jl/r. Jtews.I've Florida iu the tlili: y-fist'((31st) Congress"the ,Said property to'be sold under'a decree of the township I ir yninCiof.l"olnge nineteen fractional. 4' tUi1
t wanting to -Circuit Court", for St. Johns in : 1t ,l,
I United Stat s America. and 'for rtwo'Assem- county, a cause TOWIlShlp.i.tw nty-three j
( the .
,{Convention was not held with closed t I| write you some time about the next election blymen to represent said County. in the 'next. :ot Andrew). Wood, for the use, &c. complainant .t ier-of Sections.) thi ty-on. ,except.thirty. two,western-thirty- 4 it. t i

(joors, and its proceedings were publishl j l for Governor of our State, as I General Assembly of the State Florida.: against. Edward GEORGE S. Aldrich R. FAIRBANKS, defendant. BIX, thirty-seven,.thirty-eight,and thirty-nine.,". ..'; ar).
The following named appointed of -lU ) :
persons are range twenty. .
world therefore j\1r. Cabell -
fjt the ; mn, from self-interest, bound this year the I Inspectors of said Elections :_.' ; Special Master in Chancery. Townships thirty, thirty-one and'thlrtjtwo.of '" ii'l
ibonld not give publicity to Mr. Fill- tmore's o split ticket. I democrat Jacksomtile Precinct-at the Court House.- Sept, 1848. fit.ltlnstcr's. range twenty-one.: ?.. ; Jt, i
I I my am a Farquhar: Bethune, Thomas B. Bellows,' Oliver Townships thirty thirty-one "' < ti
I letter purporting 10 be a denial J thirty-two, '.,
I Notice. ;
but 1 can't stand the nomination of Wood. thirty-three and thirty-four, of range .; J'tl
twenty- .
charges made by a gentleman of distinction -I I Cedar Creek Precinct-at the house of Col. THE UNDERSIGNED.having been appoint. two. ". .) U1
len.! and I :
take this .
Bailey, means of under ft decree of the Circuit Courtfor 1
office j.
the land .
John Broward. Charles Broward Jefferson P.
mAt at St. Augustine comment ,
standing, and veracity. the of Duval and State n
County of Florida tt
letting l the world know it, and my Belknap, William Turner. a cmg on Monday the sixteenth day.of October' d
'Master in J1
: Mr. Cabell is tenacious in Hazzdrd'!' Special Chancery the case of John for.the. Fj
If so relation St. John's Beach, or Precinct-at next disposal of the public lands with-1 .
friends in C. Pelot and Charles H.Pelot .
particular. My objections to Administrators
in the ) l
the Post Office.-John Houston Acosta undermentioned,
\1 Ir. Fillmore's letkr townships and parts of.
to publishing James. Pelot, deceased, against the creditors .
I .
him not be good in Kingsley B. Gibbs.Mandarin townships TiZL t'i
may very your .
why not then adhere to the strict Pncl],cf-at the place heretofore .of the estate of said James D. Pelot, to state an South of the base line and 10' .' . .:t '.
} I i eyes, but to us they are enough to cary account of the amount of assets for distributionin east otthe principal .
used. Albert G. Philips Charles Sommers i1 :
meridian. i1'
Idler of his instructions, and not give the hands of the Administrators t
; and of !'. '
all the UHf clan Chandler S. ,
r votes (though to the Townships eighteen, nineteen and 'J"f..i
j amounts due respectively to the creditors of twenty';
1 i'; the letter publicity at all / l By reading I Ferry, or Whitestille Precinct-at any a fractional township ; (r
tell the truth all said estate Notice is tU'Wltl-on. .of ran
\ they are most whig I. convenient place.-Bdinaud Wallen, Solomon hereby given to all'parties twenty-eight. p : Jt. 1.
public assemblies is certainly publishing interested That will be. .. '. .'l I
a had ) .
itto I hearing by II :
any how.) Now, Sir, we have the j .Morgan. .Amaziah Coy. -, ,. : g "i Master Fractional township nineteen and.township';
me, ft s Special aforesaid in Jacksonville :
it. But it suits Hill PrecihCt at convenient ot ':1.
we presume Clay tiny place. twenty, of:range nine.. ,.
J and veneration for the Tuesday 'the 10th day of October 1845 .
greatest respect ; 4 .
-Henry Bennett Jesse P. Prescott ElijihCarter. .
Township townl
Jlr. CabclPs purpo>es better than alJjrini when"creditors'will be required to present their twenty-four, andfractonal I L"
of trial look it ship twenty-five of *' 1{
I jury ,-we upon range thirty.
accounts '
evidence .
supportedby proper for adjudication j
it to pass under the eye. Thomasrilh Prcrinct-it any convenient pjace.} Townships tweut -two :)
not only as the great bulwark of our or else be.barred from an allowance, anawentytourt and : ; (
I Lewis fractional *
Jtraislit not answer the cnds so well Oglesby, Sr..thramj3essent, thereof., AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT township twenty-five,(except Scctionr ; i
l liberties but Thomas J 1'. twelve thirteentwenty.four ( .
as indispensable to and
Special Master in twtnty.fiTey '
ifttrall. It might not be such a denial Polls to be opened at nine ((9)) o'clock, ft. in., Chancery. of range thirty-one. : ) VJ:
unit's cracked I to be." uccess of our profession, more especially or as soon thereafter as practicable, ,and to. be -.-Jacksonville---- ,o September 1648. 4t Townships twenty-one, twentymo, .twentyl'three ,. ,' .. "1
up y
m as we have a good many secret closed at five (j) o'clock, p. m., of said day., FOR SALE and twenty-four, and fractional townshin'' (:

"Fair Play" did hear what purported I Given under my Land, at Jacksonville, in said DESIRABLE TRACT OF LAND twenty-five, of.range.thirty-two., : :' .. i t

tabe the sai.i Iciif read by \1r. Cabell :!J Jit friends scattered all through tie country County,.on .Saturday ho Cth day.of September THAT the East bide of the River St. Johns, Township nineteen. ,. SJrfiwu one, two't1ir; ..* 'j,,.

I I1'1I5 who are always good witnesses A. 1). 1848'1., F;; CRABTREE about six miles.below the city of Jacksonville, Sections ten to fifteen exclusive;,Sectionstirenty:. 4/
ike out his speech, but whether it 'Judge of Probate Duval Couutyri one to twenty-sevea inclusive and&dw ., -1 '
\ containing twenty-two'(22)( ) acres more or less. u'thir ,
I for u:, and whom we can always manage Sept. 16. : It ty-one,.thirty-four ::1.: jf
thrfy.fiyjandjij .
all, lJ( only a pOI tion of it, "FairJllay" : : bounded as follows : On the North by part of il 1;

to get on the jury, but Gen. .Bailey T I'ark or Branchester's Tract, on the ;East by fractional township e.t. ,h township.twenty-. ') .qJ
is riot prepared to But -Iii Monroe Circuit Court f o netownehfp, t y
gay. I Public.Lands, on the outh by lands of William ty-twoJexce.pt( &rt&.
l wo'nt the chance of 021"t tl
there did appear to us to be a kind of i incommituilkm give us a jury STATE OF FLORIDA. Barton: 'and on the West by the St.'John'River. twelve thirteen, twenty-four.and tw ty'.fiTe) I '; { \

that did not satisfy i 1 1II. but somehow or other always manages Angelo Lopez,' } ,., On the place there is a good Dwelling, and.townships thirty-three.twenty-five. .:and twentr-alx'. ;of', : 1r.I"!
\ Bill r with piazzas front. and rear and all the necessary range .
vs. > 'for Divorce. : ,
to scare the truth out of our men, .: .. .' Sections three, four five. '. .
Did Mr. Fillmore avow himself opposed Maria Lopez" j ,: out building*, in good order. Its beautiful teen inclusive : to flf.'.. '\ -4- .
and the people will them without and healthy ntuation'and, contiguity to the Sections .twenty-two to twenty."
hang ,
up 'i1
pro benniadc that .1 il
and in favor of having tome the inclusive and
to Abolitionism, DUE city and being' entirely protected from the seven Sections !tMrtylfoxi,thirty- .
them fair chance. In innthe.Bill filed in the above five,and tit n l 1
thirty-six :
giving a ,
i North 'renders it 'most de!rablereside'oc twenty4w and"township '
1 Eastswinds5 .
the Qf the South No-he e-I j a : ;
right is
cause resides out of the State of Florida it tw .
this he has run us all out of Jefferson i for persons. intending. to spend the nty-tbree (except;& 1QJU'101Je ta1\ .j. l\\
way That
the .
tades the whole matter by saying thai i hereby Ordered a ..hcilring'be-on I winter'months in this climate. I six 1clu.s yeorrang) .thirtY-f 1-; : "';' ,
county, and I'm monstrously afraid facts charged in said llill.thc first Monday i! For terms please at. the to the Fractional township nty-twoi.&ij jflior* : l '.
lie ttlended "abolition meet- apply place .1 u,
never an I May next, and that if the Defendant do not appear eastern .tiers of Sections.,in ) .' J
thereof A. M. KINGSLE* to owns1iip)1i ntl..r. '
if be is elected Governor he will ; owner or
,- .and answer, said Bill braid day the same five and Secctions r"
jr: Mr. Fillmore may not choose to j K. B. GIllB: Att'y.' o to ( inclusive,:Sections' .
t run us all out of the State; for if he be taken as confessed against her. ,Provided, atFort George, Island. nine to ,fifteea .inclusive, and Sections.tw'entWl tl
tall the meeting an .'1 olitiqn one, yet r j. That a copy this order be published in some two .tweniy-seven inclusive, in I' 1. .
Jacksonville. 1S4S. 4t lownshai'twentysix
hated us so bad when he was only a Aug.26, :j i
of this State for the of 1
this does not prevent him from having j newspaper space ofrangethirtyflys. ,. ,.
private citizen, what would'nt he do three months before the dayappointed for'said. LAND. SALE.WILL Fractional towpshipsni teen. and*twQi7.- ( 1
xpresed abolition sent uneutsat a JI'IiigL'eet.iflg. \I he l.rin!. JOS. B. LANCASTER, of range thirty-six.. -' t.
I when a sworn officer and Governor Judge So. Circuit State of "Florida.Tuos. I BE OFFERED; at auction in New- Af the land office at Talkhasseel cbmmeiicinjr, 0. ': 1 t; 'I'

!! F. KI, .Solicitor lor Complainant. on Tuesday, the 10th day of on Monday the ; :U f':
He'd make of certain He H2 twenty-third. day .of"October"next
a case us, October next, the following tractsofland viz: ;It t
Agnin, ninny defects cm be detected | Sept. 1C, ISIS. 3m f r the dispo'sal'efthe'public'lailds l '
tI i is like a bloodhound on our trail, and The East 1-2 and Xor h-WcstJ of Fractional t ei,within| the undermentioned. tua- I" i.' r i
close aminat ion that would be townships andk
I vn c uriwbserred i Section 23 12. South.of 19 East. 3 :'i; n .
t there's him thana Runaway Negro Caught. \ Township Range parts townships to wi;, 7 .
when listening to a mere pe- | no escaping any more .. COMMITTEDJA% on the 12tfrday The.West half Fractional Section 24,Town South of the baseline, and east.of tie. oJ. fenciwa'mv : ta.t tJ

ru I: traveller who is known to have money -' of September., a-, RunawayJvegwT. chip,.12.S; of Range 19 E. -- ,,merldian. ,' ... ; It (
As his t. Boy; says his name is. John and that The West balt'aud' South-East quarter of two eastern tiers of Mwin'townshiB'- 4 : 5.

The whole matter bears a suspicious can escape us. to opponent he belongs to John d Houston,. at Port Section Township 13 S, Rango 19,E. 0 two, the east half of. .township three and.towa-' 1t Lt

,t en. Brown, he is our favoriteman. Mellon. Johu is of a black complexion, and ha;, The East half North-East quarter, and East ship'four, (except the eastern1 tier of Sections 't :
sppearance. Mr. Fillmore absolutely half of South-East quarter of.Section 26 Township otran threg. J' t .t-
a mark on the left corner. of the left cye. The, ; .
refuses to lia\c his letter published, ai-I j \V c know him to be a good- owner will coineforward. ,paychargcs, and take: 13 8, Range 19_ E. Township two, (except &'' wM"one: ,o''jj" T '' !

hearted humane law-abiding man J. A. BARBEE Jailer.: The North-East quarter and East half of inclusive, and Sections, 1iij
him away. I seventeen, eizEteev
he knows and admits the I ,
ib-'Ugh weight ,South East quarter of Section 35, Township 13 nineteen ;
f tf. thirty
Jacksonville, Sept. 10,1S48. andthirty,} Sonjj
I who would always give us a fair trial, .
SofRnge19E. and "
fany assertion made by such a man seven, .in township thrW, .an JractioS'townshp ': .
and all the chances for a run; and besides IVoIicc*. .' The West half and NorthEast'quarter of .ffve, (except Sections, ,three/fcur/fit; .' .t"h J'
l1Ir.1tc.\lIi, and more particularly Section 3G Township'13 S. Range 19 E andsl.xofraflgef'Qtq') .. 't f! t,
l'shall : ?
WEKKS; fter date, .makeappli- .
if should be and
caught convicted '
we SIX The North half of Section 25
when Ir. M. oilers to swear to the : cation to th'a Hon; Judge bf Probatej forCoiulDia Townships three and four"an, f tf1 .<:(
could of our influential Township 12 S, Range 21 E. townshp five, of five. .
we get some County'.i'vr Letters Administration 1 range .
kcls.. Mr. Cabell disregards, a portion The Fractional .North' half' and the NorthWest Township five of gii. ." 'r r : "! ;
the Estate of Joel BOSS, late of s aid cou : range .. ,
intercede for
friends upon
of Mr. F.'s instructions and reads,the whig to us j ty.deceased. .4R I HALD ..CARAWAY.Sept. .' quarter of the South West quarter of.Section Township nine, of range twefvet q.- w "" j t. i'fJ .,
We have v* Township" 12 S.'of Range 21 E. Sections on eleve .
letter to the public, and yet refuses to and get us pardoned. contrived lC'iS-18.. "., ,.//' ;6w :, '.LOst'' :'15j;..of Section 9, Township 13 S, Sections twenty-three, ,twelve.to' a&tiltfjSS&m.Jii dS .Vt J ;1'

to have friends in both parties, : and '0. 'fl 1il
fllblish it. There is some legerdemain : i CHILD.: JX.RJ. H,.. ofRLuie4L. ._ ecton: thirty-fo, thirtJifiVe and thirty. t:
Tha.West half of the South West quarter of :
know if Bailey i is ; dtow4hips :
for safety we -1 mile; : '
toe. Either Mr. Fillmore is afraid VALUABLE' SCIENTIFIC-, WORK, upon' U9D. o Township ,13" S, of Range, 24 E... SS hITrht.c't" ..t. 11 M

that his denial reaqli the North, elected, our Democratic friends can be A \""the Subject: 'Gestation and Child-Birth : .Lot, }('and 12' of. Section 27, Township. 13 S, Ion' r'r-t01 :t'h Ip:1,3.eenumtua: ;; Q.1fI W"1 ;. milfe

may I of service to us, and we have all I by It M. W eis elhoff,.M. D., late of Parisjust 7L: oC Range 24E: otthe." Suw' ...nnec, .rive .or .. ii',J, .
no "
1n!affect him there or be disproved published. Uie'author..: f tc 'C, ;T *Th"e South'East quarter of Section 32, Township 'thid g. npproprlll" ;,ul o Jaw' for"ttt'
,. uzeof,
"J f'e.\\'itfJcs h:1al determined to goVhig, this time, and This work eont information upon subjects i:asntan.24; E.. :' schools. ;.fl4htarypr otli r..purposdsijj'.bex-' ;:
:, or as we effort to keep our of the highest ,imi>orfcaiice to-married'pereonsy tots:S:13.;and, 14. .; of. Section 33, Township.13 SThe" i cn d-'f rom. ue. 'r. .c. .:
make a'i.
n desperate up : \ ''',
ready said, it my sound like a denial, or:'those contemplating marriage.. Jtwill be 0nd4-E.: -: iTli" offering e. abomej. .w-A''

nd clan, for we know if we fail and his found of special value to those.:whose1 means, West half-rSe. tionU Township 13 S,' VIII be.commenced oD.th : .>.( :
not be one after all-or else the lettens I *' . 4 ap" ._,.eo, j
: )
I ruined and will have health, or' other' circumstances do'not permit of Range 24 E. pocecr"In _Lth&Order' in W t-1..th- &dver. a ..
not the production of Mr. Fill- i elected, we are them to increase e number of their family, ", TERMS : tisAwIth "'a 111 c&vcnieuLcapatch1u.ntiI.th. ,:,.J 11. ...:

more. Start not at the last supposition. to disband ourselves. and, in that. case,p without great iI1r.onvenicnoei suffering,or perhaps TheseUands- 1 wilt,be put.up at ;lho minimum 'h 1siU', "1iivi. non": r n :U i I : : "010! fyithus 1.1:

will hear .nothing more of your !, risk oTlifc. A method avoiding these price,off! '25,per acre. 'Purchasers'willberequirld .-5. 'TW--!o' u-v !" .Il'vcxeps.open \
i nothing but "fair play" to bring; \ yon troubles and: jlangersat rvill; ,,(recently discovered to pay one halfca i ,and the oth.r half in longer ihaKtwo"weeks', and,florrva4e. tl'7ot. < {
Outfact. \Ve have been informed by correspondent by a celebrated; French 7>bys>ician). is. fully twelvemonths. .. any, 'of thethaiPIrLtion lands'wiirpbe;admitted' uhtilaft r 41 t

MURRELLITE. communicated in this work, so that'any;pei.goo'm.1y :$ft** .dQIlf BEARD,"Executor, Oftiie twoe&a ;:: I
gentlemen that letter avail' himself"6f 'it'at nTh:mlaJuE ". Given under ui t1i 'ft
respectability a I .. ., .: YSD.\LE.Ex'ecutrX;. anft e CitygfW,4..
----r------ --- --;- -' ----- ,cost compjiratively nothing; a'rid are within threach e ort Ihe of John ingtioathis thirll Vday"of'July"anno
nl written in Columbia 0 : : ., ., Will Drysdalis.August '
and shown about :
[-o. 13.] ; of!all. ':The"procekdrieWt8 f ,'inral1i- : I 26th, 1848. ..,. :* ?. '. : one' thousand'eht h. 41 "ei.P iJ ''If!

county during Mr. Cabell's first L A gentleman from Vermont writes as follows :' ble onvenient? simple; knd cannot injure.'the .N B.:The. FlorIdaHerald andOcala' Arguswilltple3 ":Bv: "the'Presld' .. ". : 0 nt< .: "YJ ': f. .., ". :< I'i' m

P& al ; to befromMr.Brockcnbrough CAMBRIDGE Vt,June IS, 1846. 1 health-of thmostEIdlicate.: 'Nor- Sit curtail putlifch"the!above'.till the' day of sale, "Jj\rF.gX.1POi'.K.' : 0 -, : ; ti'feP
campaign purporting matrimonial l in thiTleastP *s? RICUARDM.1OUG
priveleges AI. d flcud'the'iraccou'nts lo. ,, .' : 4 '
Mr.Seth W Fowle, of this- be"Bent}" in aclosenvelope :. Commissioner of I eG_
to Mr. (Levy) Copies workwill ift..r jJO11BERD; Ta11ahasecEtiitc a
'Dear Sir-For several years past,my usually -. 'l i 'f 0 Lm4.lJi.'i4 i : If
Ilee ,:at.a..8i ;leetter PO.sl g a tO'tuy pat ; NOTICE TO, PRE IPTI : ,
and when questioned on the day g->od health has been occasionally interruptedr of the United States for'S s&npostagopai(I ; iu oitI'i: **'- "'* :*t NttCTAnUNTS- :. ) (J
in Morgan dec E '
colds ) ,
<*'..tlie election in regard to its authen- spells of ughing I produced brought,by to the verge;a year f .to Jr; R. 'M.WElSSlLHOFF'BoX27lQd1 A LL Persons interested '.are hereby notified, .fmrilinn\-.I'.7ff/Prson.w anr 0;eutitleg*L h
Irny Mr. ago htst'winter was accompanied with] I York CitlfallowedtoiellthiS'CdpyrighrsecuredIsVBookseller. jTh'tSixY kS fronithe4 date,hereof, 1]1,; shi .ni l'p rbtioftown, j-'aooT'e in-t" 'Ji ,
Cabell acknowledged that cough, l <&$ *; ,t t ;
the grave by a severe w6rfc) <>! tfii % ?{ ..t
sh'all S. i5reuhi d f.
JonesJudgcorPibate tbl'l
Horf.fJatnes :
agplylt6''the .
A both sides between the shoulders > ellamew the'satisfe". .. i
cdid it, and for funVe! take him severe pains which in with' long, continued night Sept.:.16.'. .. '-*.,", J '--"' '.*i1)...-'ttr iS *ye*.*,...3m > for Columbia'County,.'for Letters of. tion of the lRegiste and"Receivar of theproper .!' ".3.
*l K etc.. : \ th1stizfti'Oi6ii' ftneEstaf of'Crispin Morii1 LandOfficje; ?and -- tj ;
reduced eiit
r word Fillmore'setter.notbe alarming symptom, ', "- therefory as ;
and Mr.
ask.inay sweats, and other' friends'despairedI of re- TO FISHERMEN;. tfJ ; ': T) t '0 id i t ;d e!d; 't ''7. 1' soon'asprq'clicdtlej&ftkr'seeingiha nolice"and :1

a rnerejoke toolHow Inc so low. J that consulted my physicians, nnd tried my the The American:.JYft nndTwinM a.H niifne.-i .t.o.O!" ''3"J'47 ,'" : DANIEfj. A1ORqAN.,. :, before'the day*abj>ointedfpr th-"' enee1. .: .fJj''
'. > '
t does "Fair Play Too" reconcile vario cover)!Veme4iesof the day,'but none of them :., .ri.*s-.Company'- > %,-;.J> { fcM v*:i t| '.0/"'AhIiaTorAngJ8t51S48" ._ ._ .6"-_ mentof the tract e: public'sale'of the" lands; "embracing '.4 _

tKi'letter At last I procured.D f.Wistar's ll-]- .. TVM STONEMGENT,' t ,; i'- f.r claimed,'otherwi3"'suchclAiia. will::bi*' < 1
cured roe. : .icoricE : -, ". ;
(if it: denies Mr. Fill j life Ive .iorfeited.d'n.; A ; .UHf ; --.J.t t
really saved t
Bam of Wild Cherry, and it my ; No. JCo'mmercial( Street, Boston,_Mass.OFFERS will':tmade' to the nextI : .. : J :
abolitionism ) with his letter ad-i h not enj jed better health for many years, FOR SAL B iD T.\ri e'f rcFis ;!XPPLICATION ) ,of Florida for an.act zmissioneoJthF RICffA1tDMYOUNG2.iCo General Land : *: 111' .;

:retieJto( "the Anti-Slavf'ry Society ofjjc therefore :I can recomm1 S IUJL t8. BENTLEY to try it. crptionsorks: ;pdjJiJAng,Leads o ji'es nE1; .p"!t1P, &c.ci 'r struct>t i ialcor a .Rail Jratfoif'tQ Road"authorize front,Ceda'rs'a companyto'con: Keys, or.some: Julyj' _:._di848_ .>. ti4;_ ::.:L4 -lOing.Omc.:..* '. il t t !r

Pwnty:of Erie," and dated Buffalo tNo.1 .] 1A Also/all descriptions ofceifl-T r eligible point OIl'the CU 1/eo tt,: 'the:,St'Ma"ry's -? UA: LL A4mintstrator'sNoce.1,PERSONS '

V 1.: 17, 1838,' in which he answers in ANOTHER mirOhTANT...LFLTTER -F1tOGEOflGIA. M tie Nets and'SeinesFishingSnfs, 1 if"! 4 River,".'some eligible point on. the Atlantic :IVt" ha.viDg.r.1IJ.i" ordMad :iJ: p j
:cntbeEataoMr8ojhia7leuing .
c. PeIiS1detiorcle In tfooluteRiverU* .
., EuT: with.qat bags -Cast Nets, &. & coast o/the ,
: heirs
-\rmaiive questions proposed by .' ; f'.u'11ke the Jet .O\.Se n I' creditors, or ntitle4 distributlpn,jrill' ij
;..:& t. y .WllDt can !P.A..V.D1ScnlP. "tJ\.uguS 26jl1 t t1; : xe1dertherflftiwitltiat! 'i 1 &
We daily J' -
are 'T\n r""a ldf
that n.it' nnd 1lnd S"hi' eti: u.tlj is"l1t1JeY t:4: '
Society of true Abolition stamp ? following, from .the North,, South. 'JW : 't im.1 J 1 I ot, AN>:DoYB JGp' 1&7w.f .: be barred-by Jaw;'R erron indebted to said. .
; 111pi t
'MEWS" ,
.I cis '
air the ; cesed.-. byb21 tate"ilhna.ke.paymmUCiI.tl .
.- /Play Too" cannot change msh'1itheir.: .orders., _Le ters ,tmqpromptltatlS'tered.by I SrOah .
ted witb Asthma > ;. -e.. t; .ARQUUATBU244a'rt. i
llsa : Gmrt.temen WAS ami fiLu mW ther15 e. j ]L K Qcll'a1(.t ilaal.bYi.i ; :4 4
and saybtcause '''that Report (fourteen and had tried siery rl S""t 'i r.' .Y3)3m< {. "jui'-22.. .c-.t. ( :H w:J ATM! BEED. ? I Ja1y 8, 1848. .' j$toast, years M "
i Boston > "J. '' ti :
to t 7. .io.1"1 s j" s* I3BSJJj rfi. S $ : 'i1tiJf. A. .tlnf1frJ V .
hAda1so'becn I 4-
\J1 b isbed, therefore Mr. Cabell the untT1; I sen... .. 1lt iSi i; ; { t i
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J OF THEn' WAREHOUSE : all other remedies 15.it eradicates I should neglect take it 1& J..J
BY THE PRESIDENT Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY Hotels or p.jyateBoardIng; Houses of the city, over as ia aventive

UNITED STATES. No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the WHOLE and can receive from the Subscribers such Med. disease.it invigorates the ;for.any-,of the n mtfOUI and. :t 1

:I JAMES K. to the exhibition and sale their cases body, consumption cured, .diseases to which females ares t \
rRf In of law, of which is devoted ical and Surgical attention as may'T'umited : subj.:11'.
pursuance time life. This ,
* the UDlted.States of the Single Article of cleanse and strengthen, of .period 1'e'dtJi I ?'t Jf
I POLK, President of number OFFICE" STUDENTS consumption can be cured, \ several years by using this'tntdicme." J'!;, 1
" i1' of America do hereby declare and make PRINTED CALICOES.Their with consumption liver complaint less valuable for those :
! will be received .who ,will be' supplied bronochitis, Lwbore.; .p Ji ::1
ir4 sales will be held Stock consists of nearly catarrh asthma, spitting womanhood as it is calculated loa'.1i14 1fl
- ( known, that public present Books Plates Anatomical, and other Preparations colds,coughs, to .
?g at undermentioned Land Offices in One Thousand Packages, -, will be, regularly examined in the pro of blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the. blood and invi. '

.4tI: 0'q the STATE OF FLORIDA, at the periods Embracing some THOUSANDS of different gress of their studies, according to the mode hectic' flush, night sweats, diffi.cuitorprofuse system. Indeed, this medicine is in"I-ciat.ffS ;flj flS(
and comprising every all the diseases to which
1 wit patterns and colorings, pursued in the large Northern cities-will be expectoration women A1'e8tJb '!1\
1 hereinafter designated, to : in the line ,FOREIGN and and It braces the whole
thing desirable and dispense }ledicin ,- pain system, J'tne"I' ,
to '
-.Jl"; At the land office at Newnansville commencing DOMESTIC. taught instructed :In the minor every day in the side. &c. ently the natural 'energiesby re4 .......: ; 1..1
will be
' : "j on Monday the ninth of October next, for All of whicK are offered for sale for cash or duties of the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cupping,Bandaging have and 'I impurities of the body-not so.Car BtilD% r 1 3
i..1, the disposal of the public lands situated within the LOWRS'TPJUCIS becured. the
; satisfactory credit, at &c. &c. can system as to produce a. 8ubsequ 11

'lrf : the undermentioned townships and parts of by Perhaps, no Private Office in any Americancity tion, which the case of most m diclntl .: ',
tal 1fe
*" :; townships:: thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New will afford a greater variety of new and approved Probably there never was a remedy that has for female weakness and disease -

::1.i South of the base line, and east of the principal Styles are received almost every day, remedies, or present more practical facilities been so successful in desperate cases ofeonsump- DISEASE OF THE HEART BlIP: '

'.' :;::' meridian. for our own sales tion this it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND : '
situated east and many of them are got up for students. as ; DROPSY 8 11c
Tht fraction of township seven, be found elsewhere. with this department, it may and appears to heal the ulcers on the NEW YORK :
;; t eleven and not to In connexion system. ,July. 22 j-
: the Suwannee river (except Sections one, ..
; j:: of and,the fraction of f5- Printed lists of prices, corrected from be proper to state that as soon as possible, an : lungs, and the patients gradually regain their DK. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: Jiv .' c
: and twelve) township six day to day, with every variation in the market, Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and I usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease of the heart iS 8v
of said river Sections seven I
re ten east (except ,
"! hands of when students CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible for rJ
and ) are placed in the buyers. Surgical Patients will opened, CURIOUS CASE OF rupture over fifte '
nineteen thirty-one
r; eighteen, twenty :Merchants will be able to form some idea of will have the opportunity practically studying is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. 8iej ft ;

:..j. .f.; of range fourteen. thirty-six of sev the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe diseases. J. T. J. WILSON M. D.. number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness fbreathaudgttU ,
Fractional township range _
,. .1 state, that the value of our usual stock of C. C. VAN wyck, M. D. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sars'aparillaThe tering of the heart, which Las foei Ter'dI.
.: enteen. this is at least twice the value of 5,1848. 6m received: trcssing, end has frequently ,:1
\ ;..: Townships twenty-three and twenty-four,and ONE ARTICLE Tallahassee Aug. ., following was recently beta 1IDableii'
', thirty-one thirty-six thir. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by STATE OP FLORIDA-- t DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir : For the last leave her bed. The. rupture 'Was'tl1. J ."'
/1; fractional townships I
of our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact} together MONROE COUNTY. three I have been afflicted with general and severe She tried almost every iem Jf
. : and thirty-nine rangeS years
thirty-eight .
'.:..":'r. ty-seven,. with the fact, that our means and our Benjamin Megin, I debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little- benefit: Vfhen :: .
eighteen.Townships '
attention instead of being divided among vast and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three .bottles .of 1,1
.. ,.t:, twenty-three and twenty-four, or articles are devoted wholly to ONI:, Tailor J[ In Chance rye stage, I medicine she lyour.UetU eft
of medicine was entirely relieved tnT '
-,. t fractional township thirty-one, townships thir- variety Thomas Philip all. After going through a course of I
.o .- will render the advantages which we can offerto the of of the most distinguished of the heart and the has ICcerg
,.I:: ."t. ty-sir thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional Sawyer,and James Filor. under care some rupture abncat q.;:
obvious and it shall be
dealers perfectly ; that Thomas and members of the tirely disappeared.She .
.'tt township thirty-nine, of range nineteen. T appearing to me by affidavit regular physicians I
our care that none who visit our establishment I defendants in the in New Ycrk and elsewhere has also had the dropsy ,
; : Townships twenty-three, (except the western Taylor and Philip Sawyer, Board of,Health and w aa ; .1.(
.'..i:1: tier of Sect ions,) thirty-one thirty-two, thirty- shall meet with any disappointment.Our bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the and spending the most 'of my earnings in at- much swollen. We had no idf thatelle eo t' "

f six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine assortment is complete at all seasons of State of Florida, and that the said Thomas Taylor tempting to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited as she had such L, DlplicatlM:

. !;! of range twenty. the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. resides in Europe, and that the said Philip: in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol- of d&cntf! es. But it has:, as strange lIS it th'jY'

i.. : Townships thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm original of Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, ved to try it. After using six bottles 1 found it pear, relieved_ her of the dropsy I Ii_ 1'at; 1
of the
:,4 t of range twenty-one. Lord & Lees, and late partner It is Ordered, That said defendants appear done me great gooil. and called to see ;you at that this statement is go strange U to afJtlt ;

'a;:! Townships thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, firm of Lee & Brewster time, from which has connection and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be your office ; with jour advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is, lievertlielftt"reality. \uJ .;;

.:,i.tJ thirty-three and thirty-four, of range twenty- withdrew some with ago Messrs., resumed Lee &- taken pro confesso. most heartily thank you for your'advice. 1 persevere Your Sn :Jp3ril1n is' certainty1'..',.?" n

:;':J two. business in connection It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order in taking the Sarsuparilla.have been uable medicine, and should be used by,trm \1-

.i'; ..;:%. At the land office at St. Augustine, commencing Judson, and assures his friends that the newconcern be published in some newspaper printed in able to attend to my usual lubors for the last one that is suffering ns we h&vebmu If'air' ;...

t,!;:l. on Monday the sixteenth day of Octobei shall have the same preeminenceinthis the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a month four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this account, ttey are at"libertjti')

A'';i/ next, for the disposal of the public lands within branch of trade, which formerly distinguished for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular dinjonstradcu.. t-'
whieh he be .
. ;7",,'$ the undermentioned to\Vnshipsand parts or: the other two houses to Taylor and once a week for four months, in helped me beyond the expE'ctntioJlsoall that Yours.' rcsjicctluliy! \\1t

.;. r fI; twnships, viz : longed. June 25, 1847. ly reference to the said Philip Sawyer. knew my ca...<\ CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER, t Jbr.tHf "011 :

: ofthe JOS. B. LANCASTER, Orange Essex Co. N.J. Aug. 2, IS47. "llIt
J. '9 South of the bass line, and east principal REED .
iz ";.r.i p meridian. A. M. *Judge So. Circuit of Florida. State of Ken JersEy Essex County, ss.-Chas. D YSPEPSY.No : I

..p.:t Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty, constantly on hand a well assorted THOS. F. KING, Sol. for Compl't. Quimby being duly sworn according to law, or fluid cr icoiiUine hlsver been discofff --

Io; :' .- and fractional township twenty-on., of rang HAS; ofGroceries Key West, February' 19, 1848. 9m his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly r(f ublcs the gastric jniti

! } twenty-eight. IN CIRCUIT COURT. true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in dce' naj-csingfcod and strCDgtiwuiJ' 1ad
. (..I.: Fractional township nineteen and townihijtwenty DryGoods, EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY OF belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs ofiligwtion ss this frepcratloa e-

. .t':...'' of range nine. Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz ; ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY.The Sworn and subscribed to before mo at Orangethe .) Sarsaparilla. It positively cures wrvedypep ,:. .

\t.t,; Township twenty-four, and fractional township Southern Life 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN. I ia, Low\'rcn'l': cr cbrofiic... '

:.i&:'.! twenty-five, of range thirty. Superfine Flour, in bbls and %bbls; & Trust In-l Justice of the Peace.I [..\XK rrrAn1MLT.Tin. : (.Lt\'r:,.\Iity' l 11Sd.i t ,

..\::, Townships twenty-two and twenty-four, and Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; surance Towsicn-.Sjr: : I havebeenafflicjg4:
Arthur Bill to Foreclose
:::(. fractional t.ownshiptwenty-five, (except Section Hams, Bacon, Pork, F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; ny Reed to use of i. TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several yeS withdisjcpMain &(Y. it""If ,

:...... twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five) Mackerel, Codfish, Salt, Rice; Very few families indee-.l-in fact we have.. form, attended: vith seurxess of'8 cmie1 ,'Itti'
i. Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, White Beans, TS.Augustus J one-that used Dr. TOWl.scud's >titt'. WI
ir :;; of range thirty-one. Poujaud. not heard of offl'r( extreme Ler-rtburn, and ,a.pot
....; twenty-two twenty] Irish Potatoes; in time lost children the aversltn i to all kin.Js ;
Townships twenty-one, been made to to the satisfaction Sarsaparilla any pas I of oed, and for Yetb 1J..J
having {
' ,: and fractional township Sperm Oil, Candles; IT appear dul'not sickened UIu1 what I .
three and twenty-four, Affidavit that the summer while those that ( could eat) I have been unable ntaa ..-
of the Court by.
Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee I -
.. of ; below is but
thirty-two. small
: twenty-five, range Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filer] died. The certificate publish con a j.ortiun on my! 8toDme .-'ltrieatl,
' : nineteen Sections one two threl Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; evidence of its va1ue and is only aucth usual remedies but
: Township in the above entitled cause resides out of the elusive ? they bad but 1i J" .
,:.: Sections ten to fifteen exclusive, Sections:twenty- Stuart's Refined Loaf, Crushed, and Pulverised State of Florida, and out of, the United States. er instance of its saving the lives ol children : effect in removing tile cimpl iut. I was bdi !

:'! b' one to twenty-seven inclusive, and Ssctions thir Sugar; and in Cuba of the West India Islands and DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: 1 had tv o chil- ed, about two montta! since, to try ycnrEitntt let!,
I:. Rum Gin Alcohol one '
i; ty-one, thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six in Brandy, Whiskey, Turpentine beyond the jurisdiction, of this Court, Therefore, dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sarsaparilla and I must s; y withllWcin., i

' :' fractional township twenty; township twenty ; On motion of C. W. Downing Esq. Solicitor for complaint and dysentery one was only li: fideiice ; but after using nearly two loftlnj! I e
,: : London Porter Port Madeira and ,
.-_f.. one, townehip twenty-two (except Sections one,) ChampagneWine said Complainant, months old and the other 3 years. They were found my Appetite restored and the hearthni
o.! twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five.) ; much reduced,and expected they Tronic entirely removed and weald earnwtl/llh
' : It is Ordered That the said Augustus Pou very ,. aicfiu
\ ;.!;; and townships twenty-five and twenty-six, 6i Cordials A Confectionary Assortment, Preserves Goods-, &c. jaud and others be required to appear and an- die; they were given up by two respectable commend t.Le use out to those. who havtlVtaufflictcd .

. r-;..: range thirty-three.- Complete of Dry said Bill within six months physicians. When the doctor informed us that I as I have'been. Yours, &c; 5 i t; t
Calicos Muslins Bonnet and Taffeta swer Complaint I
Sections three four five Sections nine to fifteen Ginghams, ,
ri ,
: resolved
or the same will be taken as onfessed against we must lose thc-ru: we to try youiSarsaparilla W. w. VAX ZAKDT.
r.-: inclusive, Sections twenty-two to twenty- Ribbons we had heard so much oft but had N. B. Purchase none but s ebhziivip.pers .

::.r ;! seven inclusive, and Sections thirty-four,thirty- Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'dand unbleach'd; him. little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised I that hide the bottle' completely and bail
this Order
4 Irish Linen and Lawn It is further Ordered That a copy ,,
;: five and thirty-six in township twenty-two, and Diaper, Bishops Long ; Clerk that is worthless: but we are very I the written signature ofS.P.TOWKSENp.wi 181
this Court be
: twenty-three Sections one to Cambrics, Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins duly certified by the of published
;Xt township (except ; within the thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly 'suvec Principal (J1fc(. lG Fulton-sf.SunBtiiIdiaj: ;
-:. six inclusive,) of range thirty-four. Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; in some newspaper printed I ,
Eastern Circuit Florida month conse- the liyes of both. I write this that others maj X. Y.; eMlng &. CO. 8tnt e$t. Boston'; DjottI
a .
.1'.. the Linen and Cotton once '
Fractional four Tickiugs Osnaburg
,; :: twenty-two, ; be induced to use it. roars, respectfully, & Sons, 132 North 8rccr.d--t. Fbiladc1rzia5S. :
: tiers of &ctions in Wine white and brown Linen Drill for cutively for six months. I
eastern township twenty- pant, Jr. :
Himcl' l Blltirn'fe DUf.b) :
P ... & &c. &c. [Signed,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. I Iruggist. ; :
four inclusive Sections
five,and Secctions one to 0., 1817.LUNA1'IC Charlesttn"
I PETER B. DUMAS Clerk of said Court Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn; f'pt.15 lUchnicmi ; P. JI. Cohen. ; Vnglt litS
% nine to fifteen inclusive, and Sections twentyk" Umbrdlis-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton, in steel ,
| & co. 151 (.lizsrtres-st. New 1i
J1l"SLllJI. Orl.ean8,10
two to twenty-seven inclusive, in township and whale bone frames; do hereby certify the. above to be a true copy '

.r-:; twenty-six, of range thirty-five. Hardware Cutlery-Knives, Scissors, Razors; of an Order, duly made and entered of recordin James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistant: I I Pcarl-st. Albany; IJ. Van Luctirk. 2D2'wr.'tf JotJa
Mark find Bread-sts.Newsrk. X.J.:indb/
:: Fractional townships nineteen and twenty, Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth in the Lunatic Ayslmn, lacC\"fl1's] Island is the t i :
of thirty-six. Tea Trays day of August, A.D. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Drnggists: and Merchants geaenllj
,: range ; 1847.P. eouf
Indies vd
the United
::2 At the land office at Tallahassee,commencing Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; .-B. DUMAS, RIlE UM4I TI SM. I throughout State "r

.::... on Monday the twenty-third day of October Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. This is only one of more than four thousandcases I the Cauadus.. .t\. %I. PiEZD, Agent"Jacksonville FloiidiFebruary :F.stLett::

;r...: next, for the disposal .f the public lands situe.4 .-- &c., &c.; Jan 7, 1848._ lamf6m of rheumatism that Dr. Tuwnaends Sarsaparilla ,

." .' ted within the undermentioned townships and A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A has cured-TL ; mcst severe and I SG, 18-18. 'lyFORWARD l: 1rhi,
: parts of townships, to wit: Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Wart. ... ALACIIUA HOUSE. ... chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary t : lea
!; South of the base line, and east of the principal Boots # Shoes-Men's,Women's and Children's the house virtues : & ALDRiqHy .
hUE Subscriber having purchased
')d" meridian. Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A .L and :ROCKWELL'S ISLAND, Sept. 1-1, 18-17. ATTOKKEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LI..
and premises owned occupied -
. ,; The two eastern tiers of Sections in township variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines formerly DB TOWJJSE.MJ-Dear Sir: I have suiTored: W:.i. practice in the several C'ourtuf lit
J. W. Pearson at Newnansville
i: f; two, the east half of township three and township &C.Jacksonville. E. F.by will be ready to, Esq.accommodate, Boardersand i terribly for nine ywd-s with the rheumatism:: :; and Equfty. in the Eastern Circuit ofFlorids. jaS

;4,.! four, (except the eastern tiet of &ctions,) ,April 15, li48. ly Travellers, after the 1st day of May next, j considerable of the time I could f9t cat. sleef I '\:i. .\. FORW\EDJ St. Augustine. ''.'. !
" of three. aH'1 1 LEWIS ALDRICH Xcwnan&ville. '
range or work I had the most distressing pain ,
and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as ; .
!;: two Sections to twelve '
Township (except one limbs "i used -
INVALUABLE comfortable as possible. He has my were terribly swollen have I '
?J inclusive, and &ctions seventeen, eighteen, good stabling, four bottles of and have WM. T?. CSAJVl'BEB Judanl
and a first rate hostler always in attendance. your Sarsaparilla, they .a; ,..t : '
: .
r h nineteen thirty and thirty-one ) Sections six .
GEO. M. GALPIN. done me more than one thousand dollars worth ATTORNEY A:\D COUP8EI.Z.QB ATJacksonville U4
':;: and seven, in township three, and fractional Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cureof Newnansville April 15 1848. Cm of good-I am so much better. Indeed I nm .

.l:..'!... township ffve, (except Sections three, four, five Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the entirely relieved. You are at liberty to use ,,! 1a-; : Gp;

j..' and six.) of range four. I Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 HOLMES & CO. this for the benefit of the afflicted. WILL attend to any'business entrusted t.lihands Fjr

.., Townships three and four, and fractionaltownshp engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. in any of the Courts in tI1eElst".Cil-. .:

,fr.. five, of range five. Mail to any part-postage 9% cts. MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed COULD NOT WALK. cuit.of Florida.', ;_
0:, Township five, of range six. Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders $2. of Merchandize to the large il

,..-'. Township nine, of range twelve. Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling building formerly occupied by the United States, That Dr. Townseud's Sarsaparilla is the very FELIX I L1VINGSTOlh, It

!,.; ;: Sections twenty-three to twenty-seven inclusive, dominal Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10. for all have added to their-stock.by the late arrivals no disputing ; thousands and thousands of -Jacksonville: /( ; I .. !
i.;; and Sections thirty-five and from New York. full assortment of Goods weak and debilitated females that were prostrated .
thirty-four thirty- /
n.d Dry : Prt
Ruptures Falling of the Bowels Womb *
WILL practice i in allCircuit the Courts of the EU T ;
diseases to which females
seven and townships eight and nine of Groceries Hardware Provisions & &C. are .
rang and Weak Back and Chest; sent by express M
thirteen. which subject were soon in the. enjoyment of robust ;;.
everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or they are prepared to sell at reduced I .--- -.-- S-- : 4lb
: The fraction of township seven, situated west Rupture Supporters, give height from head to prices. health. AUGUSTUS C. GILLE1rrit; .

of the Suwannee river} of range fourteen. foot, and circumference of next the surface They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, New lORI, Sept. 23. 1847.' AHA
person ATTORNEY ,AT5WTff
"tip Lands appropriated by law for the use of just above the hips. If Rupture mention Hides, and other produce of the country at the Dn. TOWKSEND-Dear Sir : My wife has for ; -

: .i' .:& schools, military or other purposes, will be ex which, side. Agents wanted for the sale, of the highest Market rates, and make cash advances the last year been very sick, and in a greatly And Commissioner of Deeds theStsttofCffl-' ':
.. 'i eluded from the sales. reduced state of health reduced riecticut, within and for the State of Han- JK
being by.a
: i above goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH 707 consignments to their friends in Savannah I' .
The offering of the above mentioned land Broadway New York post paid. and Charleston, or New York. variety complaints: such as females are liableto : J.\Cso vu.u"lu.:. in
. will be commenced on the days appointed, and April 1,,18.18. ly They have a new article of Wrought Iron ; she got so bad at length that she was entire 1-- C BABiES P.. COOPEK ':>( mt\ ,

proceed in the order in which they are advertised Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call ly una-bIeto.walk, and was as h'lplfssusa child; .

with all convenient dispatch, until the Fifty Dollars Reward, the attention of Planters. she commenced using:: your Sarsaparilla} and ATTORNEY D COONSELLOft AT, MF, 1C1nthI3

whole shall! have been offered, and the sales WILL GIVEN BY THE Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf she immediately began regain her strength Will practice lathe, several': ""'Courts: "J of till teH"??;
.:. thus closed. But no sale shall be kept open her complaints left her, and after taking several tern Circuit of Florl a.

.... .q longer than two weeks, and no private entry of t.uDIlersigned for the apprehen TYPE FOt1NDBY: bottles she is restored. Being a singularcase Jacksonville, B.;F. Nov. 26,. 1847r r ** Y ;

.4. any of the lands will be admitted until after delivery into the i 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. I thought it might do good to publish'it.- : 'for
. b Jail of the following _. ': -
'a 4 expiration of the two weeks. subscribers have taken the Type F un- She used ,number: remedies that done her CHARLES'H. PELOT; wftbJttut
to wit
.i : Given under my hand at the City of Wash- .negroes a boy, Georgiana, : Venis a girl, a and woman what, Hannibald. chil.- THE ,.and will continue the business lately no good previously., Yours,.respectfully., ATTORiCET AND COUNSELLOR' If L.t: ;*|
4 ingti l1 this third day of July anno Domini conducted Robert l f.1
dren the above named Venis might have borned by Taylor.; :They will attend JOHN MULLEN, 87 Norfolk-st. -. Little*Riffr. Florida. t.,1 ot'alc
thousand hundred i
; r4 one eight and forty-eight. to all orders they receive with
By the President: since she has; been absent, supposed to be twoor and All may the punctuality WILL practice, in the .seyeralj.CJo ,'114&
and dispatch. Type manufactured by TO THE LADlES.GREAT ....
three Ellick old African -
:4 JAMES : an man. _Eastern Circuit of Florida business eutr '!!
K. POLK. them will be Hand Cast and furnish ,FEMALE MEDICINE. ; :, it
The ; will
'ri above fugitive slaves have been absent to his will meet with attee
RICHARD !L YOUNG care, prompt
all kinds of Printer Materials DR.TOWNSEND'S SARSAPAUILLA is
for four of the best qual a sovereignand
nearly JOHN >
M. .
..; Commissioner of the General Land Office. Jacksonville,years.:March 25th. 1848. PONS.6m ity. Mr.J. A. T. Overend is still 'employed in speedy cure for incipient consumption, und I -. ---.--JOSEPHv.- F1TCH- fj r

ttii superintending the for the the .
manufacturing general prostrationof system-no
:.' NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION department. :J IIA Vlxd' PLAiEI.Lj
CLAIMANTS. Proprietors of newspapers, who have not advertised matter whether the result inherent cause. establish* himself at imVeftb
; '; Eevcry person entitled to the right of CLARK & LAWSON as .GENERAL .COMMl8S1O1W' '
,.. preemption for the subscribers, who may publishthis or causes, produced by irregularity, illness. : ;
. to of the lands within the townships FACTORS GENERAL will attend to business entrust d
any AND COMMISSION' MERCHANTS notice for three months will be,entitled to accident _any, : %

is. and parts ui buwusuips above enumerated: Savannah, Georgia, tender their services receive pay in type, on purchasing five times Nothing can .be more surprising! *than its invigorating care. with''despatch f 'v cans
. 4: ,is required to establish the same to the satisfaction .. to planters and others and solicit consignments the amount of their bill for advertising.Old effects. on. the human fram'e.: Persons November la.' 1S47 '. -r >* >tt*b.2.. *aaiIfbU
of the Register and Receiver of the proper on cotton, and all odier kinds.of country Type taken in for all weakness and lassitude from it '.. ',;. _
exchange. : new at 9 cts. ,- : I:
Land Office and :
make .
Jl B.f "
. payment therefor,
;g ,soon practicable after seeing this notice, and Etowah Mills, of Cass county from whom they Dr The Type' with which the "NEWSis its influence. ,It.immediately counteracts the BOOK 'SBfLtER 'AND 8TAT1OZt11...

JIt- f before the day appointed for the commeuce- are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground printed, was cast at this establishment. nervelessness:t of the ;female frame,which is the .South side Market.square.next: ;doors,,toj* "ip
mentof the public sale of the lands : ?
and equal to Northern flour. fof
)5 embracing They also keep WHITING TAYLOR great cause ofibarrenness. stille, LufFboro &,Butier'sShoe Stcri .
f. the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will bi on hand, constantly, osnaburgs and :- r' t' tbe,
yarns Successors to Robert Tavlor. It will not- be expected ,of us, in cases of so SowfawajWO"
forfeited. from the Eatonton, Cartright Planters ana U 1848.. delicate to exhibit certificates of eras
; }. February a nature, cures Orders from the will be pfrly
RICHARD M. YOUNG, Cedar Shoal manufactories .wl1 ch, country tl
they sell at 'but the afflicted'that:
;5i. Commissioner of the General Land Office.July the manufacturing prices. P.ORKB :C n, Mackerel,'Butter,:Lard, Pilot hundreds performed of, cases: we have can assure been reported' to us. )filled I r i'-i atthe.lowestpnices.,cac .. ,;s.y", ,A( "If. _.:X t }
S2d 1848. lOins. .C _. _u I.1, I O'IO. __ w'Aall
ft.. March 11, 1848. 3m ga Smoking Tobacco in papew.&c. DR. TOWWSEND My.wife being greatly distressed '_- t
.s -. Administrator's 'Just received by .Brig. H.'JKelloih. I by:weakness and general debility and "CIIAaT1ES D.W'. KL :
?. Notice. WM. S. and for sale by ... : .- ". ,.
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.t having claims demands LAW.TON1FACTOR -' ui I suffering continually- ;by,pain:' and with I other j :AITOTIONEEBiJACKSONFILLE & J"

;:J ALL the Estate of Mrs. Sophia Fleming, as AND COMMISSION MERCHANT' _July 22. I 'A..,. REED.. ,difficulties: ,"and having known cases where your t ,- : ; I '.

r.z heirs, creditors, or entitled to distribution, will Charleston, S. C., TOWN E SABSAPARJLLLA..A' 'frhs medicines;has:effectedgreat, cures t.and"alsohearing D:SALES In. nny part'of thCountytLtJ <

c. render them In within two years, or they will RZFIB.1tNCEs-E. G. Jaudon,Esq., 'near'Jock ; fOi' _.''i3'=.!.',".......lY eel.. sn4 forIeby K ,_: it recommendedfor'stich. cases as I have to and Tespeetolly so "Cl" ted. .' < ,

t : be barred bylaw; Persons indebted to said ti sonville, E. F; Gov.q.J.,,McDonald, Ga.'C.,M -..Ju1722._ -__'.. _, _-. ..A.J\L"REED."> -. rt1j.1J' described, .obtained' a bottle of your Extract .jJaosonvi1lpMay- O,184S., yt.i. !.. :..1'mn iMj
, late will make payment toFARQUHAR Furman, Esq., Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F. H IB :' of Sarsaparilla and followed;the_directions yog&e i"
i BBTHUNS, Adm'r. Elmore, Charleston, S. C. '. '*' : mltU tNG: ._. : me: Jin'a shortperiod it removed her com IPsbN'S'.DJGESTd; h.IA;:

July 8, W9.. 91 February, 11.1 ly ep .1'.T-D"e.I.Tlo.. \" plainta' ahd restond:?her: tci health.,.. Being ...L- Flcrida... .'}- v._!ln.. 1I1. t ..... OSc.
1 satl7sV1.d .1 sMe "n. .grateful for the benefits she received I take April 22. ,"' i> :t JI.t

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