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: December 9, 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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_oarlefm..the requlifte .am ma1 be I. 't'V sf" '.- prompted me. to.assujjnft, .tjhc|resp<1U. .|ijjjjrf of.. .e'4 :' ; nj' r .
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marked with the nzunbeijinertclns : B.V re't etence to W'f ; f demnd.i
p-Adnrti'f"metltI not and ftk.HOU3eOJ.RepT !;i WPe uwse reP9 : i t
required,wni beront.nued unulforb.d. The :- ifWill'oe rc lv thii. _i the', rev i i Kof W pu li ; ; ; > e.* !. ;
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me by 4.State :
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S1rig :1r! !; 1awithi riverjr
the stitution of xi tmg our.l
1Id r.huged tar.7Five will be ebargf'd for*u IUflOUDCUtDtl lerest addressing.you on subjectsofin- me.tsIihtinodific: tion. :are: adequatettf ;of the : : : < cat;.? I
4o1sri and iraportantse.to.the lt furnishes
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tbe dISCharge.of:1the.iCUrrentland tordlnary ;e'nim ] ; b,1./ 1
orcadiJIs for me an opportunity to congratulate and .
kea Months : $io through you the people whom you '' ,expenses. olnlbq. t .Goyernraent* a nqV: 1 :lege"of, f the"At*? ; .
. Debtors and Creditor, t : 10 00 upon the continued favors of jou Providence:in hereafter affrd-aurplu to .be applied the ;U tt (: ; ; : 'the 'AdJ- ;
Notice to liquidation o'f the"bbligaiiohs bf' tbie' tate. tneOnqf ; .These* It
AdminUtration 5 00 behalf of ,
of our and it becomes -
letters in i
"Application for commolcountry; <) / T n.w ; '
which i rew put otlie extraordinary 1 expenses ,tliBSe1 ; : iI1 : 'It
will be inserted gratuirjj us to jeturn thanks that
notices our hearty
3hq jT: AU religious of these favors incideht'ro first'establishmeUt t1t of our: iiii t : 1r,int. 'I 'r
our State has .
; O1IIU. Government. iti'is'' believed 'tha tat. the? .t .$ 1
; willis most liberal share. The fine health which '
Ul4 .' nT gdmiisable personal communication* for the'most'part, it'has been permitted to,: close_ of ::thefpresentfiscal yearj ,, -our.re,,-;i t''pf! i.ithi : :11
1 I"-d advertiBeflo I source are properly, usbnd4aiij: not :;ia z _t
bar for Job inl'nSlnail be paid aD the our common.constituents to enjoy;the abundant directed ,.l-' : : eiits itd;
:QQtI U AlbUIS harvests given theirfield&as the'reward by imprudentegts1atipn, from their.leg'itimat w : 1 \ 1
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J ol theccmniunicai'rtJns w'Irk. e application'; our.oun 'Sfui "wilfhave" ,Cort,: %
\liTrY of their honest and
Ii' toil :
patient and'industry i' 1'ftf '
QtI"tI mq*t b* addressed to < her f viili&ill ti -she- viSed'
au I
rr AU paio sr
and the of
C. G1H.ETT. poztqe p4itl. fort mani r.idences plenty-and com" will then present :;The;warld:anil !C t ;! ; '
.tGtJaTUI which
:.stifrqund them are favors and. I
fot blessings not to'lie lightly esteemed and for of integrity of purpose.which.-witt.ie;: filr4 J
= iijiiLi VINGSTON ,: ry to others and..a ,sourcei-ol ohe t leiuita* ] :r
t which our grateful hearts should make a ; ; : : i.
tontoourseve& .Thisbpr4 honorable ( "/The t
ATTORNEY AT LAW, suitable response to 'the beneficent giver of ; : ;
i 1
/ ; I result .must. .in: a. great asarej'be attri- ras'.b
.1rZ i Jacksonville, Fla such goodly .boons. Rightly Acknowledge .butea' .the firmness well tp patponsin your1'predecessors jtp'the) |
as as rightly.to them
in all the Courts of the Eastern appreciate I
practice already'alluded tdvin a1
Wat ; gradual r m
will be our best guarantee of their future, 1 "
Circuit. continuance. increase of the taxes;till'they-were commto1surate f und \

: F. eRA BTREE This being the last- annual Lshall 'to the wants of the Govefnment d: Ooveh [
\\TM. '
have the honor to make to the General Assembly to the integrity of.-their,,constituents,.:wKo. ppsej,. i : '
JITTOKNEY AND COU SF.LLOR..AT LAW. with the submitted\without ..compliint! ,.a, burden ,lion \! '
permit me. of
advantage '
tef' I Jacksonville, Fla. additional observation and experience of the which was the necessary price. of It-inb1 na\,Im ; i

WILL attend to JlDY bninc. entrusted to his few years during which I have filled the mished national character. Intrust that 1; interes : J.,
of the Courts in the Eastern Circuit be permitted toruse this to i
II tand in any Executive may opportunity I
: ,office, to renew my assurances of :
-"rfi' : of Florida. confidence in the capacity of the people for urge upon you a determined,perseverance in to. : J
mj -- this wise and elevated,policy.,, Whej.we. tion of J
. ; 'elf. O\'emment, and to I l :
AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT, express my increased have once discharged the _. bt :
I. admiration of the beautiful and 'harmonious ,:jui the !
'S I /TTOKXEY AND COPKSELLOR AT LAW, system of institutions under which we live i have only to provide for the annuaTexpen-i al : : 1

,. ADd Connni, ioner of Deeds of the State of Con In Florida1 we have not had the full benefitof ses of the Government, an adherence"this most :
ufcticnt.vithm and for the State of Florida. that until recently. While policy will be as easy to 7U'as H will becreditable. which i ; :
system .
l lI' we '
lr JACKSONVILLE FLA. But, if. we< are once tempted byjtemporizing But
were a territorial appendage of the. United
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------ -- contlderatlonHy,the Jear.Qgivmg that.. l
: States, we only hall enjoyed its advantages, ;
CHARLES P. COOPER, and the present year has been the first in offence, to the disaffected, or by .the which

Dr. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW, which we have had the opportunity to exer- threats of disorganizingdernagogues-.to, cut to
01 Will! practice in the several Courts of the Eastern cise the double privilege of citizens of the down the public revenues. b low the standard tic; qu : ; f

of"f Circuit of Florida. United Slates and also one of its coequal of the necessary supplies 'of the' Government the. :

JackFonviUe.. F.. Xov. 26.. 1847. sovereignties.: We have now fully entered we shall soon become involved in naries :
perplexities, in subterfuges in' 'embarrassments It is
upon the career of a free sovereign te, and :
e CHARLES H. PELOT, by our participating choosing rulers of the that must bring discrejiit i f and.may ; .11

general confederacy, have consummated and bring disgrace, upon the States and which, try :
III 4ITORNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, sealed the ties by which our destiny is after all, can only! be, removed< by an assumption sta i
'at ; Little River Florida. of the very burdens we had sought to purity :
closely bound with the .
kt it. WILL practice in the several Courts of all its memrs up.. The interest common manifested destinyof escape. It would be doing injustice to my depend jj
Intern Circuit of Florida; business entrustedto 'sentiments well the of neither ;
own ; as as to people
he his care will meet with prompt attention. by people on account of this new political Florida, not to confident.. :
avowlny mature y.sY
relation and the
:0 quiet and orderly
manner -
in which belief that, in the policy jvhic lJ have. [ !
have .
FORWARD ALDRICH they discharged the duty .
lC.d it indicated, you would,be, $sustained the' prac ;
.dn. growing out of :how.that they highly appreciate .
AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. cordial of constituents A fuse
ATTORNEYS the concurrence your !
enlarged sphere of their, action
WH.L in the several Courts of Law legislator cannot a'' olitt such' : :
practice and the adopt standard'-pf ) a '
Ina responsibilities ,connected herewith.
ud Equity. in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. This, together with the successful cal integrity high,;to'be'approvedbythe: }; ; \ :
". WM.' \/FORwAnn. St. Augustine.LEWIS : working :
people; and that man ostsecure"ofJbell high ;-
ALDKICII. Newnausville.CHARLES our more Immediate domestic government approbation,.as a public servant,.whose motives jU :
gives me fresh in ; ; :
cause to trust abidingly :; : !
1pr nEW A A'L the sufficiency of the people} for their own and.purposes are the:.most' honest. To skill 4a ; ;'
believe otherwise would '
,, be to cast'reproachupon cl.J.ity,-
Not that also
AU C 'I' ION E E R.JACKSONVILLE. government doubting you the popular instituttonsVnnder *. : : "
TI E. F. that.entertain the sentiments here expressed, and we live;"and would be"atYafiahceith the bo l f't: I ;

jSALT.* in nuy part of the County attended the as their representatives, yotf will feel observations and experience: of my whole !I ....% r: : :;
" h and p'ctu\1y solicited. importance of such action, in the.sphereof life.. of
u Jacuon1il1e, 'Ma16, 18(8. your department of the Government, as '
,As the of 1.State siti "
I will population : increases, / ;
satisfy their wishes,and conduce to their ; '
and the with which beneficent would .
' ;
0. JOSEPH "1. FITCH, prosperity and welfare, I may be permittedto resources a '
)t Providence has blessed us ede1oedthe* ;
. IlAvl 6 established himBelf PALATKX, B.F.. state, that the Executive, so for as his burden of' taxation; which even'now is far cOmm) ;
,.ht &I GEXEKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, duty goes in the accomplishment of these ob- from will be and ASS ( ,
being onerous, >more more ; !
.ill attend to nny bueinesi entrusted to histire jecls, will be prepared to co-operate with youin ,
I the alleviated and when the"public.debt is. discharged emb : ;
with of the
despatchNorember discharge high responsibilities ;
1 will have it in be dee
you -your power,
t 19, IS47 tf Wt owe to our common constituency.I '
1 with little if any, additional aiontop means- !
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-- avail
of the occasion ;
myself as
present vide for some measures of publicpOlicythe -_. State,
. an appropriate one, to glance briefly at the J
of which is felt and lated
want acknowledged
: .l
financial of the since its
all laudable' desire -
bjf -though just' to: ph'sh : : .
South side Market square, (next door to Ver- administration'was entrusted to my hands, extinguish the State liabilities>before incur cable: t
itille.: Luffboro & Butlers Shoe Store) before I proceed to comment on its present ring new expensesbasade-.us.hiUie4oA J sfG : : ; i

1J 1t Savannah, Ga. condition. The experiment of taxing a peo- consent submit. to the continued, .privation. 'wsyst : r'i:
pie for the of Stale Government ** > *
DOr.crs from the will be support a j !
country promptly of them .
who. Q! : : .
II jjjled at the lowest prices.March ( the relation in which tIley'stoodto '' I v_ I. -i1l'i
U. S48, ly the General Assembly for many years, Among,the many more immediately pre : : 1 : .
::1F had been hitherto exempt from taxation\vas ing wants ofthe, : people of the Sttesemto i judici! : |

:1f rr rf \VM. S. LAWTON, regarded by many as of doubtful result. It me to be a separate Supreme Court: and aseparate To the
CourtThe! -tribunal-j of-ybur
was urged by the opponents of a State Government Chancery ;
with much plausibility that the I whose province-is to settle fundamentally.' matter, .l ) l
Charleston, S. C. sparseness pf our population would.neces- : the laws under which we .live,.should be so I- !

lCFELECES-E. G. Jaudon. Esq near Jack sarily uiakfe the burden of taxation more onerous i I constituted as to.ensure JheJhighest degree of lions-
IOI1Tnte, E. F. GOT. C. J. McDonald Ga. C. ; '
- ; ; and that the mistakes and inexperi.' : ability and efficiencylwhicb the .iis' :af our prove**** 'j ,
rorman. Esq, Charleston S. C. Hon. F.H. \ 'Bat'
: ; ence inevitable in a newly organized Government command will enable us.to: give to it, The" :
Emorc Charleston, S. C. lucubrations"which two ceri- granted :
1f February 1848 would greatly increase the evil and "twenty years ;
ly aggravate the popular discontent. As it turies past, ,vre' necessary'to1 make a agood mjode p .
i b%! :
I they
was impossible to estimate with precision, lawyer;' are:hot '-iiecessaryK-npWj.twhen
CLARK & LAWSON, in advance, the necessary expenses of the, the science of jurisprudence la become.complicated. -i Cpn; ; : : J.:
FACTOES MERCHANTS and extended by.the labors and de' propose ;;:
11 AND GENERAL COMMISSION Government, when first put In operation, it : ( :

3S Oa\"ilnnah Georgia tender their aerri-, was reasonably apprehended.t distrust cisions oif' >an.,"infinite j } number' "",pf'(Writers' *-. '')'and'. '" %cyf9: : i I
i tes to planters and others, and solicit cousighmeutsou and dissatisfaction'would result.from the an: : Judges': and it is not' doing i justice to me to the :

if f cotton, and all other kinds of country I ticipated deficiency in the .first revenue laws, I Judges of':our highest Appellate u'r; nor" .idii' : J i:
produce. They are agents for the celebrated and that would await to ourselves; not to afford!ihem .afc leisure' some ju :;
fe onltxaCEl any pro. :
Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they : posal for repairing the evil by adding to the which is an essential,element fsu'ccelSsm: nodiJ | ) ; : I"
S we weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, I their ei&rt.to 4iscbargetieir,1iresponsiblejduties. ing'co : :
I III public burdens. The expected insufficiencyof 1 : :
equal to Northern flour. They also keep .less s : .tt
II I ou hand the' first revenue laws was realized, and, ,a I_.need i* not enlarge.*.UKOUtne.pbyiou5f ;
constantly, osnaburgs and theJfl .thtihe ::
'it i
have the
from the and the utmost economy of the Executive officers truth,. nje( t
Eatonton Planters "
Cartright :will -be
extensive and laboriouCjrc'uits of this Stale.7- i
to the task of 11
: CwirStoal manufactories, which they sell at was inadequate keepingthe ; ; t'
I f w moufacturing prices. necessary public disbursements wIthin cannot have the leiSure' 'which iiectssaryi: 'n

s. Yuck 11, J 848. 3m.. the limits of the publicincome.. The inevitable to enable them to discharge satisfactorily .. ; :
result was a necessity for increasing.i I duties required: themas AppellatejJudges ; :

I'J CHILD BIR -Bt. the taxes, not only to an extent sufficient to nor,:upon ft the .disadvantage i ,.wWch e Appellate !ftfw" "
. Court coistthited.is&tbected :rv itii-ja,. ;
as noiy
prpyide for the current expenses, but to liquioidate '.J ;
1 A VALU&BLE the SCIENTIFIC WORK Childbirth UQfl .the existing bt This necessityvasmet fronhag4&1i i thVou'gh:tlieirrlabprs'Tvithin ,RPfOt'. (ns l I : I
subject Gestation and stated time':in"tderi to Tel ase* ,1 '
bJ R ypjir with'firmness -, :
jj by ij
ffcisselhoff M P. lte Pwris, just pre eceseors .
its members that thev' resume their Circuit ed' : '
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ptiWislie iy the author. the Consequent increase, pf .taxation, so far may. : : : ;
This 5ork contains information subjects from provoking, .discoent,5was demandedby Jabors. Itias.Jbeeng found in practice em ; : : faI
crtne wghest importance to mamed persons, a wholesome public opinion. An avoidance too,f that, the onstUutional! .proyisjpni whjphdisqu State ; j jn : : i
r those Contemplating marriage. It irill bt of unnecessary'expenditure, by a ;prudent I ea'a' CjrcmtJJudge from set ng phtan J' : ;j jJtt.r t

foux4 of epenid value to those whose means, system of economy an.d'3_rigid,application : appear where he had'made!'tKe'fihal'dedsf utr&'. *;,. : :
t J1eth or other circumstances do not permit of.the revenues'to their proper object iO iit'in- Court.1)elowiif! ft n iriconvem n f *t elr"se Ife !
I keato increase. the'number of"their family, -on the part of,ihe.officers of the GVernmen .in4 sbmetimes''tjperates'asla' :total.leniat of n4! 'w Jg. "
ithot 1. :
, hap great i nvenienoe suffering'or per- has been met .byF agenerousjpnf? on. .juStiCclxJi; : '1 'f1 'Jf4)itif.if.rj l i, uu.14 u ; ; i im. I

, ;{ ,koflife.and A method avoiding disooracelehrajteJjFrench these 'the, J.part.of the people,jancL a cheerful,iccjuiNo [ *, 9.In'myiast!'annua1 i messgbvies v :my, :: ; ;
; will
ed-by O4ners at (recently is :.escence, ..ln'e hecesilt r.of,increased taxation. length on;:,the: 1j ct ofeqpaec'ft ] ; :

qmnnca4 inh1tis physician) _folly murmurs' 'or dissatisfaction have 'ehsuedj oflCba.n. ..: J,i ,9: ,Qt pro th arihi g 1
1 work, so that ., .;' t I
any person \ :
J. Register
; .f w, t
$ay **ail Jiiroself' it at once. The :meanflPaatiVeljnothing and I infer, --from: (the'regularity ofthe're !fIh :',w" .i "' ut-Uet." "' ,1t }'": imm ;
tt* and within the turns of the collecting,officers;that nffj'ncQnyenience 'I' :'r-.l tn iJmT 'be :
are '
{eac aofalL '1JIe'process is new; safe I f.1libtfCOflTefljej ,. has,hUherto.been felt.by tie.people 'tome nce rhlJr 1 i horn berate B q nt6hsemJticmv'and bled\he ;f fth :: :

, simple,.and cannot injure:the .inja'y ;* their.asssments.t ?!f,;* T' 1OJ11l 'fitia' : ;
Jttlth of the no0tdelicate. Nor/does it curtoatnyMniarprivelegcs 'For i..thorough and'satisfactory" statementbf ; i o som iji them em. : B

in the least., the:' present"condition of*the 'finances'of qS f. 7 : Ji\yjJ9J -S.".. it rtH'

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;IIrt th'e 1 S'eaiKpks. :Biih.ner-n 1!delay, and aaoyabortive glorious V confederacy.touathata V 1, it.J", ; ", a' t"S ,>.. ""." -..'C ''. .O---.. -:",. (I'1Ij j f ::ET_'.. .. ..1i t .. if

\ :to 'effect'their :mnovaLtha. 'F: t .....>. N1' ,_, ,, ;",, ,. .4 I,<."" f" i. TedUiH' "ding9T t t th' 'g."tJ, ; '",&i.i'" ".0. > '
.. .fq , : 1 -h ;>J--'r-' f._ QMj,j _' ;
1:': ..Indiana,finally:'took up-arms in.1835,'and tv' Dbe.Jdet"ithad' i : .a1tT:; 4' ER' o' i84Si1k: h i f ', '" .ii' >".Tuflda< t I' $1deq.:1; : I
continued a guerrilla.war:until 1842;: when : t fr-. .:' "" Va, iJrfJ : *"4.t *" **. >.i,Al-jr \' *- t;: I
tu tt CoL*Worth'succeeded ,in obtaining'a cessation 3Whichcan no longerIbe regarded:with: _. r- ,, ;but we'tonotfeid' 1u'VythI, ,g'efImpors. I n'uJd iud.:'to-'- :L \ r*

..r hostilities. The.aUpuktiona'of.'the treaty !'tempt, A'partyls arroyol at tha North as the: "-tanco.'M V'l: "Noticehasbeen: given 4 ,of theVintrodtxc; '" .f.tJ.A..ork .hloh &JaMi AJ.---. : SOt
: ,
:H remain to be cOmplied'Yith by the.Seminoles. .'free soil'..party,..formidable for: its numbers .iib n9t fo1ow1ng bI1s form w '-.I:. ."' "t 1f IL:t.. ita'l
tt | J intbe.Hojmse.By)1z6ummerl1n&biIItOChaflge .r."T..L.:1'"cU' :!
p and by the, General Order '.of Colonel Worth, :.dVthbiflt7Of its ,l_. rs> :The objects and, ; reet .
. ;i. declaring hostilities to,have,ceased'theyweretissigned designs' of this:.party are boldly avowed, and !: : the"constitution itJi :4r1i'Ud:C '$hai4iitr'i: elf

f' t: lantin gandVhufltiflg' .grounds."temVpornrUA will doubtless bo'prosecuted,.,with>xealous" Industry -', of the,State so as to elect Judges of' \ 1'f 'H t oJf.w ,! P

? i m r l11.I .' From, this 'position'of the ; :I have no fears,that when hOL1SSIOVk Probateby thapebpli;; *v *- Vrn r tl'. oto 1nct.** *". "** that i&.ir7 .
r it is .presumed the General Government :distinctly sel ted.the South.will:1 V be unitediuitarvsitence Tk ,.GOVjrB. '. a.re .w lowe ;betwe ithai; d\. *! ; -

I I;.,; cue designs'tb'enforce the 'provisions of the treaty ; to t.hll1t'anton11gg(!J--OJH*. tJ"f., -i, v .. K.: ij'.Jf-J. "t', A .: 1t"J f : .f ',. t'tblU to mentanaces- 1, ,..; .they..are.plae4 hoHxontaUy.i Jl5_}' ..

0' 'peaceably if it'can, forcibly if it'must" *. *.* jrightsf:and tluiupohquestions.cf' .wreamc..otPP1ntO"" U 9J fi; p. J .9 ; _0. H /" Oug' hi+ *MW SM paca*olJ4.o1i'.l 1ft

t" I To obtain a speedy as well as peaceable'removal ;, ,... : lsiaIVniIort4ii. : .., ;\vjtb.e'. .? :aenf.wtonPl..AU'{nosaesses'.T".t .r.J no,- "JJ:'I..DO''f'el 0.t' !. ,p1.Mr.: pelJ & !!.,!j *he several from' the be toIower." ,. A&leae WJa&aziee,.. ...Y',"" ".
' of this'remnant of that once powerful tribe ,me In d ueterm i n won not mi.an : 'fto" of; its-"recommenaauons perhaps accurately gIves br, w *
Y. bn m. ., ; thEt.ate,1O'1eaarfbrthe{ i
1 ,, ; ; p vupose -'
iui.ti llttw .. ,1. "''' .' ,vvuuutx* *u ,
esith anxious desiroVif thepeople; ofthis Outrag'which (xn "th'e r : : : rqWtf degree of, bi '
Ii'd btl '
*: r : '' .' tn'I l.ikh11 p f2' wec'deem i ;our duty i'a. Spayia?',i r1it f tf 0mn47&6iiibi III
State'; anti you' ore :called, upon to determine I itidns AS % 1-1..00. ra bf the 'siine.'I ea V < ;be-jlt1etJf ttendett.o. '
't'::jf f V as to the means most' !likely to/effect reeults .' ** < 2'ttitL'j't; ) iinw _iik.i'L'ti ialC.'iiyjrUW&CU. .galatoall>attentIoiitothern.-: : t 1re ill :the respective counties;- !r liers'should bev 1J.Th"1etoeltJ..uaf-1oraa I \ 1

.1 ,. desirable. They have not at least all .<- '!&lS; VUO VitUO JS tf J/Vitt JO. ti*uuu,I : The' election, ot;that udi confined themselves 'within it becomes is a'SUtedeeplyJ interest ;t'-jifetjv 't'-AV"l t'if? < fl '-p2-V '''U* tlva pwer but by, _
I, of them have not- jwhea us or the,.people is the most importanrchange in acVow the Peninsula'of Flonda. ,' t eaefuuy rg .' w1d.
t4 their prescribed limits. Their frequent_excureionsinto ted iislayeholder the'preservation'I bf.theVrighfci,of;th$ *-!&* .-,-' \ '*-'/-'- A.' u.i v'j't--ruvV*\ -*'* .f.1. 'ofcane* The..canes ,,' htn. ti' .; .

avft r the neighboring country, sometimesa to announce'out'opinion V.ndfcel, ."ottr J Slate.poliThree 1j} u ; ,.1i.t !.,. :On' Fnday 'the" 1st injt ', in::joint I session,ofboth'Houses :'r d! g',bo, 'a1iOu1dbs', '4.Ufl .L .

.' hundred miles within the' settlements/occa- 1gs.upon this momentous subject;:.** .r: Vy!,* idThe 1 years'since, tbej;adoption,of;,this system ,' ,the i ltrio canvassed and publU and never snfftred to cross, each, Cor

:it' aion much'ftar and suspicion among the'whites? adoption,ot.Congress'vof,the'8O;,alled,1 'bythV new Constitution of,rNicw",Ybrkj markedattera' pd'.tna'returns.bif thereiectWfor:Governor, ;:wile inbtiba'of'tha. iofl la OtllP. .

::-t. And the occasional disappearance of stock. ,**A- lVrYilmot'provisowas general rule,of,all new in human" 'and another!step;)in *,r."v"kV .', ",,'? .-'- -.. ; canes'will ;be .auboittLS.hrS'andJh 1'
\ l-*| lopging to the latter, is immediately,. and maybe .acquired territory,'and fthe; submission to jtby .' !< ;{ .ft*. ;!. ''II',-->, progress*- !' : t> VYdemocratic : ? : asfoljows.r: V (fu : f-u, : jtrl pre.: _4. The .mejrass :

properly ,attributed to roving bands of In- I the, Southern Statesivonldrelnceja8'to. ] aj .'> 41 ". V power.]<, .'" itS''MCfldSWO. r.fwf. fr?"7>nor?rt :i victbm >' '3"'t'roueuntUaftei'a I j-ForIhbma8.Brownj. ,' ;. .. '3,801 rep'assedbetween the roll 10; :i6 ere

; l: diani, If such be facts, unless they are remb- condition ofpolitiealinequlity.th:: -the,1or't l : desperate8trUgg1ai4: nztih ;: '; '(William'Bailey{.';. .-. '.- ..3,35.W"t1 M nm chaa:possible,, theait'When julc 1rJaic& : i1Ir
. : Ted'or restrained within their appointed precincts thorn States, wholy inconsistent.withtheTob tltudinous the wh propesie4th"downfall 'i mains the Itin
vere; t cro4er !, '' Duvalj 'i i \ 15j'WlIreapon : cane sre trn
we have no guaranty that another bloody jects,of the Federal Union, "as well as with,our ,. notJwithstahding V jui ,-. cO id.i bte"d nsitl 'tbj' .
t2r ::of fsociety! .therefrom, -But., t "deciar'ed THOMAS ,
e Speaker
at moment. We as'cine ) t that ;
war not begun any rights, ofjthe/sovereign'partlw: ; advantageously
may ; exposed .
i :-iU :? .f lii'i .1 to the
:Jt.f; hare abundant rc.\Son to fear that through some compact:, )Inequality of'politicalJrjgbtsimjplies : the .bracutaip: saying of lawyers .,BROWN*dIj1e, .d qoisiOofylarida., .:, steamer be sprinkled r1 water ) aceior "i 41'.
Jt -: ? jq Is'P
J/ l3W'J
\ W indiscretitn of one party or the other, hostilities inferiority, can4iieyerke submitted to [wedded to'feudalism,1 the opinion. is fast gaining :":- ; submitted to pressure .

:Fi may be renewed. These, in my judgment, I as long as weretain! the 'poorer tjybe"freeand; feund'that ,--"t.he'oniiv .:*coistitnt1ona1't. < yr 30'method' ',of: ,I i"f'.".:. ; ? t : ; 'LoN
for calling the at- of [which is""the ; /-' < : .'*iv.1't' '; i, M.a; ; : Jtal'
-v- "
wit urgent reasons prompt that' rightfuMippreciatibri liberty >> ; i.J"Ai.i'ir" Velecting '. creased at least 20
; V. I the Wa: to that the per cent.? "
rejoiced immenseand hft
,(1 tentaoa of the authorities at (Washington to the richest jewel) in our heritage as,Americans.. : .the Judiciary! ,.is,directly, ,by people.The are.. ., perceiva, One evil'attending ", :

..i. tubject, andwould seem to be sufficient motives : To preserve the Union, so dear to u,ttie South ;, :objection made.to. system. is fhatit'will'tend V valuable tract of lanil covered by'this grant, be mlii Ptth *

:\L I** .tOjUnpel them to act upon :without delay., has titherto. submitted to 'niuchp'and,.doubt : 1 t"m k8 our J dges,politicians an..objec? Lis at length to\be brought.into the: market tal rollers IS.the reabsorptibhVf-. W ftr

i,2J|' r !Any measure hover,tr) icn shall be adopt- not, is ready to submitmuch more,'when ,.the, '!'tion which'if, it has any weight at all must'ap*. The'prbtracted.and ineffectual'course bf litigatloh cane-juiee byrthe-sqtieeied but *pdD C:
-.2r Ned with the view of inaucinglhe Indians to mi- sacrifice involves any thing'short of.national degradation Anothei And
'i ;plylwith.1,tenfold. force:to1 our presentmode: of ; {into which the'claimants have been'for'a much'grea'ter'On. 'i\be W.
terminate in.wiqand hence before But American who, ; ; :
,j: jj gnite: may every appreciates i Ui'fl JittV if"- f \i --- s ; caused .
f r r*}, *any tes are taken towar negotiation, a large as he ought his privileges and duties as, !'electine.','' Judges 0,4 by;'the' :Legislature.. 'lit the long time. plunged,:,.to the,injury .of.the interests power by the obllqu&ldreeUoD'OIn.
: : '.to
'* ;\ij-/i
and efficient military force'should be thrown such, cherishes in the' deepest Irecess i l 'of his ;-one, case the V'V Judge has* -to gain.the- confidence,ofj of the:'Btate, and private ,individuals, and crushing force and\thi' inordinate'Dl unft '

!? upon'the line dividing the.white settlements heart, an undying devotion to something dear-] the.whole the other he *' friction: -
"' :j people. In need, onlylog..roll'it'alittle the delay of its settlement, is at length concluded V 11-
t and the Indian reserVationA, This should be a eI to him even than the Unio.D, which,he so In Cuba .Bourbon .
i ;t ors great; deal as the case by decree entered at the lost and the Mauj y.
:: .: force adequate to the protection of our citizens, much loves.'V a term'of the Uua User.
: 'If r > ? have been t
t' and to the intimidation of tfifoavages so far, if :I shall have no opportunity of'again addressing ;m !at''Tallahassee.. We are happy to'seen'eig'bbor 'Cim uit, ''Count for $ Johns'cou .tI. 'This decree lately used mills of:-five,wll,:;.

possible as to fal removaL- thus formally the pre itatives 'of the .thatyour the Republican* is tll.r 'i I above and three below, and to .ff 4
J" of sutha't
.PJ'CtntsI srs,; ,George ,M.Payne and adu 1t :
And should settLrethelri' not im- of Florida before retirement into -J t'" /<;i TM ;'.i r J'.disposedto {-' ->, \ 70
n 1r people my per cent of juice has
.this modification bf the ,.ConstitnO James Child, of been extneted' -,
tmedlatel).at reuest for their private life, upon the expiratio "' f.the' term ..(, 'ii- Miconopy, and Mr.William A. them at. '.
ek!' removal, itisbelievedrsuch-a'forceis now de- for which I was elected. I therefore embrace ;tion.' ,A'year.jsince.and.we had'.to. comitend'a.lone V Fprward,"of St. Augustine; Commissioners and one operation. The great jtctJoI

t Bianded to restrain the Indians within theirprescribed this occasion grateful acknowledgements all ,.Our against them is the considerable '
; : : to renew my against Tallahassee contemporary orders' them to' sell the whole of the lands atpublic cel.t of
ft.f boundary and from'all acts of vio- to my fellow-citizens.for, confidence' of'We'Sentinel:'e' ntc'ommended' that ; motive power they require. V V
Ikition at Micanopy the 21st ofFebruary.tiext
on day Ii
; t. fence, ansi to afford quiet. to the alarms of our which called me to the.Executive chairandfor t But the, millswhich

.t7 citiiens and security to their property. the uniform and generous jsuppqrt which, should;; >Mi.jK be'htirlgoo'.r '1:7;',}ga1l01v= ;- as high'as: .that- They.are empowered to sell in the highest appear to h! receited

> ,t. information has been recently received at has sustained me in the arduous and responsible of,Hamaman, ...i.exalted position,which' even- our such: quantities, aecording.to the map of.Burr. recommendation Ire eOnstlutted eII

.; department' from'a' reliable source of the duties of office., to popular ri'ghtswozid' not induce with four rollers. two above and e
r- my devotion, us Washington, andMerry,. as shall seem for the tob.i0'. .
number of Indians still remaining in o-ir State. I conscious of many but o .
ii.t: am They are said to have
to covet, We rejoice that we shall have a partnor best interest of the claimants who produced from 7
allowed oto
be nine bundred are 1i
;rr': There are supposed to as many as want of integrity of purpose, and bf a sincere'and t
! !" of all conditions,ages and sexes. Of this ardent devotion to the best interests. of the in that distinction. to'purchase, to' the extent of their interest in pounds juice from 100 pounds of ane:witk ,.

,i number, one huadr. d .and fifty, at least, are people Florida, are not among,th m.- To the "'But' there is f another recommendation' in theMessages the"lands_at the nominal price of one dollar per a motive power little, if any, greater.t tWtfcf' .,
; capable of bearing arms and doing efficientservice. extent of humble abilities; I have labored to which required by'an ,
my which
of: we disapprove in ,toioj we, acre ::he terms of sale arc one third of the ordiriary ihrte.ron'er
this is small band to
Although a as and I
n promote their welfare: am devotedly mill equal site. s
? mode iflvestaVit mean the establishment of a separate Court'ofChancery purchase,: cash the Tho mills wkieS ara-'fit
{i numbers, tbe Indian of warfare grateful that the indications of genOraIprOper- money down remainder in : ,

.. w1t14equate power'to""desolate our frontier ity which I see around me, and the obviously and a separate Supreme Court We three instalments of one two, and three years, mostly used in the Peninsula ofFJorida'im:

tr settlements. Foryjt'will be remembered, much proved condition of the State for the last, four cannot but suspect that our good-natured Governor with interest at 6 per cent. three rollers, but we have heard of one of& ft fj

7 .. of the damage of the late bloody war, even in years, prove that our efforts have not been altogether worked by steam From
T." th$ heart of the country, and when our forces in vain. 'i' has been imposed upon by some of those .' .The determination pf this vexed question oil causes it is power. obvionspW. 1

J1;;; werjs Vcuvely engaged in the field, was done by I shall return,to the walks of.private.life shrewd Tallahassee lawyerd, whose talents for cannot but'have a happy ,effect in the speedy evident that the whole ;of tit

' :. marauding .parlies twenty-five or thirty In- with renewed devotion to my adopted' State, wire-working string-puHing'have for years settlement of this, one of finest tracts of land in juice can never be extracted from the ewe'w.

/::4 dins fi.Lnd thi1C'. t ma3'be takem as conclusive and with fervent prayers that the, liberties and, mechanical mean But by an
;; been world re \Vned. As to making it a Democratic the State and, not the least of the benefits which : improvmeati
of the
i: fvideacf theftenjtiredefencelessness blessings, which a kindProvidence has so lavishly the
.,:;; I't eparsejwhite pop uXtibn adjacent to the "Indian bestowed upon us,maybe perpetual "'' ,measure, it is out of the question,-it will accrue, those who have already settled UPIin'it"wiU roUing"miby using iron 1nsteatt'wooden

':jej: reseqatiQ 4V w. p MOSELEY. may be a pet:whim of the Governor's, but we have an opportunity. to .Derfect.- .roUen-by bracing tightly and *e %l,
:y" 4t the late sessionb; the General Assembly Executive Department.'. November- '.28,1848.. doubt whether it will not be severely. disapproved .- titles.; : 'I ing the mill with regularity, the yield,of jme c.'
.;ii-t yoi&mme4mt&pr&iccessors, acting in conven-1 ._ <'r' can readily be' increased from' '
:.' :l, tion, propo je aHa aEogt l sundry amendments ;n by' non-office hunting people of both'parties. ; 35 per .Ho

f:i<; ib!ConstltatioK,*in.cbttnection with the J u- From the New York'Journal/ Commerce.- .Our; Judiciary .is now established in.a. Comptroller's 1.,1 i .-, '. Reports' v- .* ,j": 75 per cent.-by, ,the same motive,power,sal

'if diytt1 'ciaVdVurts. Iftheamendshall Tea Culture in the'United States form adapted to the wants ofthepep1e, simple From the Report of Mr.. TO TLE, Comptroller at.the same cost of production. **

,4; '.:.l 'theup, t4oxt41; have been published V CHARLESTON, Nov., 17, 1848. '; and'atth.' least expense. It has hitherto.an- of the State, it appears''that the total amount of < t' '1 -'.North; C'arllnn.",- .*it,.
: of the ConstitutioTf .
: V
; .. -
: afld.J8O1U4QflVVOf Messrs. Editors:Observing an extract'fromyour swered' and if it has disad receipt fo .the"year ending October 31st'ult, The
! ,. the last General Assembly the every purpose ; any Lower House in the Legislature of till'
valuable relating to introduction .
4: paper was the
itv upon you ;
, of the tea plant of China for.culturein vantagtheyertamnly, -' basntlsngth'succeeded in organizing It
{t;::t amend event they, reject become or aoopt the fundamental i hem; in which law of last the the United States I beg' leave to, bring to 1 haying j too.few-Judges, The- Governor- r recommendsa <& "- :..during'. :the '" period,: $4,913,81)0" .1 the elcctldn of.GiLUAsr,(Whig). as, Speaker,, a.; .

notice some facts'collected by the late Dr.. meet .which we have the. General Revenue for
: A bi your ) .separate Supreme Court. This. n1iot : Democrat C1 kn1Vbg: Assistant.t ;

'I ; A communication from,the, lion. D. L. Yulee,, Perrine Says this, and distinguished furnished Congress.,botanist, ."The. ,successful V consist of'less than.three Judges., A:separate 1848, .Auction 'tax,'arrears, &e,$64,144 16, ).,Tbe Senate. has, .not,as,;yet elected a PrcuV

r..j accompanied by an extract of a letter from the experiments at.Rio Janeirohavedenipn-- Curt Chancery. .cannot consist of less than a from jthich if.we deduct estimated losses and dent. : V I'fj't II.

i.,1 fra: Hon. K. M. Saunders, our resident Ministerat strated that the .+ a4 plant,-of,Southern China i Chancellor andi'jfqutf Vice"Chancellors cOrresJudicialCirc'flts. the"'amount already paid !n;'we-have left $ 3,.- V-'_ *."*t J.
the Court of Madrid, hasbeen, received by me; ari +" 683"69. This'exhibits GEN. CASS,-It is ,
will arrive in the ra supposed that.thelAgWa.
maturity State
rapidly healthy bur
th'e :
: I ponding to. four At this r
; and as it relates to a subject of interest to the !' t;* 24* 7; -t T: '- '
that I- "I 'u" '
cliiirnte'and thAWplucked : '> -
.',. sands of any tropical ; ; jj( VH finances and should ture of Mfchigiri will send the Hon. '
: Lewis
encourage purLegisIature
' ;" people'Of this State I have thought it my duty. rei'for' FloridftjW.Ul. have the,honor.of being provided '
leaves are speedily expBr'? .
' ;..' to lay it before you. There can be no doubt,' tation, by the most simple prep'apparatus:arid. 'the- I with.twelve Judicial l om rs..J ,.- l( tp practice,the,strictest: ,, economy in order that the.l-Tiir"United: ,..r-: States, _Senate.'- V --. 'again; ",';*,
the information which Gen. Saunders offers to : we may. remain ,free from debt.. VV '' U
'laborers. The' absurd'sforieheretofore
' ; most ignorant With dt'Populn.tion'or 75,000.it would .. The .. Legislature have eect
fi .
will be
.c" be the medium procuring, valuable tf
about different and'difficult
"; f ; and interesting; but whether the State is at t the'leaves and.,the ;hatej'within; ;as- many fudges'as the State Taylor Presidential, Electors. The whol/snt 1
. process of drying ; extremely Sugar Ulills. ,
.s:;..i present in a condition to encounter the necessary troublesome' and tedious manipulation';of ,::of Georgia: .with. ,/a present." population, .. 800,000.. 'We' V ber_ of votes was 299. The'Taylor' ticket&' :'

:.";.-. expense, can be better determined by you rolling them adapted only to,-the.'i starving,{ :;i If..Georgia, :was. furnished. .. -in "is.proportion i* .-->-.to, bur I have before us the October November. tained 106-theDemocratlctlcket C5-VII, Ja.
.1. thanbyme. cheap labor' ofa Chinese crowdedj population numbeJ 'of it. would have number of De Bow.'s'CommerciarReview of the ren37.
the proposed .; twelve a ,
'. the last of General Assembly ;
Since meeting ,
have been /all positively contradicted by ,th'. South and\V stJ.a, ,periodical, devoted to the .
?J ,' the blessings of peace have been restored .Judiciary of one hundred and tnxnty-eight! inst ---'V.-
, t.V beloved honorable and advantageous personal observations of,respectable Americans.' interests.agricultural\ and manufacturing of r.Ourarmy in Mexico was made np of 32,.
to our country by an d"ofitspreSent1number of fourteen. Moreover ,
,,., with We arrive at this important general;,oncl usl ln the Southern'section' 137 men from.the and 43 13
Mexico. A
: treaty war into that the only tedious operation from the planting the annual'expense of'maintaining of the Union. Wei havebeen non-slave-holding ,
.,._' which we had been driven for the protection of the the Tea 'jsed.to'! observe the : from the slave-holding States.
:j ;t our, national honor; and which. after much pf the slips to selling of. ,is the Judiciary would amount to twenty-four thou ?' -"f 'f gieat. attention :
,.! r. forbearance, the part of our Government, light topic labor,and of assort the feeble the successive in sex, age or health of the; sand"t'-instead,of'V eight. thousand, dollars,, a sum w.hic .it has paid.to' ,the manufacture. of sugar, The New. Orleans Morning Jhronide. .,'
';,;. had been precipitated by an actual hostile invasion green leaves; that.\one man'may clean'crops and prepare -' far glea e! than. that:which. .is'nOw_: saved "byf a lfS hardly.a number,,of it does not .contain staunch r Democratic paper, speaking of the tott.

'.('J r VJ',t of our territory, was.conducted for two for mark the entire produce sixteen lI having biennial instead of annual sessions, at least two valuable articles on.this subject,'it of this State, says; :' '

years, with a degree of skill and success un- acres' that the feet high .four.feet is a work that should meet the most ': '
; plants t"o. ; The facts which extensive
;S- parallelled in our history and rarely equalled I ,the-Legislature. above.are] It'vill.be seen that South Carolina east
... p '. in the annals of the worl lc). Many battles were apart, will yield Jau' annual average ofthree cnnnot controverted. JOur present system patronage among us. As no' information can her vote for Cass and Butler, 'as was- to'bavebnixectd.R

, ." within that period almost all of them pounds of leaves'or upwards of eight thousand be more interesting the I is'not tht. matter on which'
c. .5.. V fought acre that attaching the highest value to is'ample'for aH'bur wants,' and the, only 'gain 'L to greater, portion., of .
per ; I it '
we rejoice
. within the heart of the enemy's and : i was, nticlpatedand mn4ee4
country, our_ readers than the progreauiand ,
American>labor'of all. and and abilities would who the improvmentofa
beftb those would ; offices.'ThV.Reight .
ages sexes ,
allwith a vast numerical inferiority on' enjoy,. i; k known, as;: far as any thing could be 'knoVk;'
our '> '
< ; 'j'" \ I 'f. 'ff" :
part. The uniform triumph in every conflict, ,'the production of Tea:at;evenone. *half,of 'oft.,tlon at,: the,present,time tl.is manufacture in.which.we foresee.that the which had not actually'transpire4bnt, till'

I. and the final result, which placed Mexico at our the in price of solely fifteen.the average duties yet Addled sufficiently great, -.perhaps greater than a thinly whole Peninsula Florida will shortly be en. manner in which it has been' ;done, which. is i*
'our ports .or cents perippundj will
V V: feet.have established the character of the American ,* : gag d, we shall take frequent 'opportunity to commentary on her love of country and her iastitntionsj '
afford much more profitable, .employment to settledpopulation can abide'withoutlinconiVenience. ; -
ti Eoldier as equal to the accomplishment of refer its over which every true democrat wifl

V;; :. ., any duty which the honor and ,interest of our American capital ,than" any -actual' branch... ,I'of\ ; .' JD'ut''I D increased' load1,ofv
. V 11II ,icountry may demand Hitherto, our form of American agriculture. \. thousand:dollars for the'especial'benefit'of an ; n Th4esentmxnber confauns the Jhird por be observed that Filhnore was entirety excluded;:
:' has been Let me add, that the subscriber, at .conside-1 at irt-i-ii\3-yt-.i: '' r .*w : f. ;tion :a valuable work .:. 'Yiispocrats: and Itrtmonious '
Government regarded joining one
; i < ,as adequate to i erable has ornamental...Judiciary, 'is'rather more of a luxu- .on)sugar manufacture IB
Fl rida'Jto ,
?iL. i the promotion of our national welfare in time expence explored tropical ,:: rn -- 'T2.M -" : i''i -;$ .byPr.,EVANS ''recenty"publiShed in,V London'' determination, to place:'their,,zest ol(
satisfy himself the correctness 'of'the all -' rythanwe,can bear.; ,The:great.mass ofbur, condemnation"on .
of but fears have been entertained .the roan whose public lift
. by peace its friends, that it prove inefficient and, even defective gatlon of Dr.. P. though it was deemed, a truth citizens ore poor,.and*as:long as they have to and DOW being re-printed in De Bow's Review. has'been. :"devoted. destroy the' guarantMSf

in the more trying exigencies of war; demonstrated before Congre.that. the'ost .l live on hominyi'and-sweet :potatoeswecan! A'part of it;'relates:to \sugar iIlls,"and aatbgreat'er the.,Constitution-. and, vitiate thesupremacy,I*
favorable 'climate of;the jforb -
but all such apprehensions are now forever dissipatei health and tropics human, Ihardly! understand. hOw they'can'afford'to give number (:our planters'are*, nowJengaei tSoitk: .. .
vegetable 'does
growth "
actually extend
; : loved South Ii :
t and our national character has been 'iValwayi Carolina but she
f,pe vastly elevated, in the opinion of the .world.. up to twenty-eight degrees north latitude; ;ifivp: ;dollars* Va'day';and'l-bast( beef, .to a'few law in grinding.their pine,, we give an..abstract now doubly deiiituz2'Irajoaak ,
tiir >Ot' iyrjr fj'iJVf ---'f: i :j 'i --" of'thaiwhich
: (]
and the most tender rplants of., the tropics are 1'e.4 _e .most interesting..
The acquisition of New Mexico and Californiahas : y..1f.1..J"'II to' proyide'against the'contin- .
actually flourishingin South Florida." 'J, !->#: ?.'" ,t.i';: "- -jTj "i.
added a new Empire to territorial, ..lim Jf *;" ? gecyofbayIugnpbusines& '1si'heJibroul portion-the sngar,cane consti- Thte-The Philadelphia com*;
L From..personal 'observations I:became,'satisfied l., rAa ,, ,
its and, enlarged to a vast extent the area destined -. t bout'10 percentbf: its pondekt'the New York Evening Post
: weight
i with the correct j.pft is'opihiori selected :: '" :: \{: *:{$*: '!* *-*-'- :, rv ..iK nSi ffStCwt l''t onse.ieitiy .
_ to share with us in the of liberty i .
blessings '
=. and civilization. and purchased large tract,of tropical\; I,. :!Private Land:Claims., Vt ., : 'it con ins'lacthany 90]per,'centjof cane the following information: .

.c k .The pursuits of peace were not suffered to fruit growing.landi' 't at tie outh''ofth Stflfn-' eperceiye: (l by; notIcepnbl1shedfln'the' (St. W9 kJ But su6h:isthiversityhi'tberollhiig ciA grwt 'discovery' b alledged,to haT been.
our cie river,and am) ri ro'hymy.waytto1iheJNorth'for : ; J V I1 'iii "' ; tr "rr' > .' : made of: th&'Gouoi's election in SchojlkiU
home while
languish at arms were thus ; >; 't-c' .mil f audj thejV(toperfw _c oMtrncU_ nj. hat :
the Of "miking, 'to'ijn-1: i AugusfineHerald, Chat JudgeJOHN,4'BEVAN "in the sixhundred
triumphant abroad. At no former period have purpose preparatiSn 'j- '; h< /" Jk'i- _, u,,n ,> county; ,,returnras made.oution. -
the is
in tropical 'in i average yield of juice ;.not more,than 50
our fin&Dces.been preserved in a more prosperous gage tegeculturo that'egiol' 1. has been appoint4veys P'P.. i e.suiv V votescait_ for;Morris Longstreth 1Ietlot
hav preserved i recordoof my observations per'cent:*ASerIesolexpfrfnientt by' placed to the-credit aajhe informant '
; *
8 condition;,and all over our favored country bfjPrivat&Land:Clainis.in i1.orida under jilr.'pnpscr ; ,

the ,efforts pf labor and enterprise have, n and collected facts reJatingtQLhO-.Ourteso' the'acVof SSth'attnfi., 'lsis F&Dd thatfrMdm.! in OuaaIoiiegaifrO? m iS.to,. 61.. ."rrcent. William F. Johnston, 'and,if..this error,CUl?!'

... y:, crowned with the most abundant su eess.- tropical Florida .which'I'propose,.on;reaching V n illl xr'rL'i.Cin J1rii! ii3Bkd1ffereflapeciesQmIIL :1tr.!, .AVE4tTIge4orceut.a corrected, opening,the returns in, ihe.Ltgj*'
your city, to lay;before my.countrynieu ; l.ifaj ; oa&is; AL Mrcify'tid.rA it next .Morris ih,.ji1I
! While carrying on with vigor and luc ss the ; '" HJ1 '- 1'f'r, < .J >Hj t''A r' : lature!: January; :,Longstr
It',1 1T'l1' tIia'
4i war with Mexico,, so overflowing was our.domestic forced to penetrate,tp this jfegioa from,njotUes EANIoLij1s1e, been; ,appointed;to,,.9.q, mke'or ;the.VJj' T ge "in,Loaiaiana. i tillbevproclaimed;; oTenor'theyi:'; ffwm.thaVperibd.
? prosperity that the.starving millions of of health, having b"en enfeebled:biieti: :4. y 4t 10i1.: jttI, l m !u "" "q;'. ;\!ui1e MrLtqz. Ob1U4Iy: ?6 per ceit4n.a ."' : .:.... .. ,'
1 I der the influence of the'variable cllniate'of w/7 fV w, $3 P9 w ffl foI.
fed 'mv ; : SiijjB il' .' ,
1 miU worked these "
Europe were out of our abundance and by discrepanciesdependl'occ 1' 'r' ;
; : titlta'.orhaveany; jclaimg to the .lands in
natiyeNew belth isiitiiel ,question Prm. Wahbsji.a..
so.lofty is the '.elevation which our national ElftliLt)11. l1.:. .I : ',':'V : if' .: \ ,
V upoithe perfect
donally or imperfrom.cahe -
restored.: /1 to' ,communicate every information ,'
and ? J :perfectly. iathitV '2\-wwr..BtporI. Charleston Comefpl
character condition have attained that the: '
rL regenerated nations of the old worldhaving, broken ..healthysummer'and:"winter,ana ifmted to'the poasessi, i;,dIrely 't'ySurVeyorathemseiyeslffh 'te t 1 mi1rij" t 1Dr'Ev.iKi thiDt6)t": ,,: Our: telegraphia >cbjTespo -'
. habits Nbrtherherst"r: "J V'"Yoswitl'resiotv'**&* r'ltJt'Ht'JII" WOidWisi t : bmcJ f.i : t Q d dent Informs V that he
W the :us buijen ftvored.wja
their fetters turn to us as their best guide to J1atri :.8SJ1g ,the SuveyO 'areafo1l1TMi. :. ;.. ."
; "f
IJ : "
4" : ; tiit (t'JJ 'i ,tJ of.the.estimates *
a sight
enjoyment of rational and enlightened libarty. -; II" .It 1h'! Rt1F17S ..t'Bt1 '.1 t'1jOMt li{thiLt \ .1 .. iff j "1 ud w)1fato sceoapt
Without intending to doubt the ..., K8zWrdW*} v ny-theofficial'reiport: ofthe ecretary'oftit
,sincerity oftl
V 1 ", u 1. JW tseJJo1: W 1D tJ eaaznequaUtJ; 47.5,and 703 per
,' aU" ;
of those who entertain diferentviews i, V : '. V ; -t: .t z t7trw'I ..,Y : '' Treasury;Congress., Izmntbu.he1esrD1that ,
I may ; fld'fjtf'1' O" >' -'e .
: Jamaa'BeggaiedATieswrUzngfrornj.Jamaic : '; / t ; It thelatt'er; e 0'tthe"rollersywere .
I r-ft"'nu cant/ofcane juiee
: be permitted to say, I believe all these gratifying -- COJ'l'f.ipoQ >"'* ?.vi/jn, lk9'f > 11', !. t ; thef Secretary' ask from tbbQdJ4'dutionaL'sppropriatlOna

results, (under the direction of Providence ) almost sayf'f There isan' ',! !Mroa*'; .ft IIoJrJc I t-.of:tit St. traced 'mbref tfu&uually" 'tight. *' for the' .fiscal yeaf e'
utterJtapossibility"pt rejalhing 1 tL-i -V Tirl jifrf3 /; 30th
PrP.7 ding thrt$
$ ; n.tnut .to the amount omillion
to.be the legitimate fruits-pf.the principles up. diice The 'jOhns t.'ih'-'mouthi ndIN riJi hi fMh.' iidthe u ) id De '
which the national anyhkind! ,Jrwhole pla dfo down : (Hfl' .t rJI' '" : t t 'f.m\J {;\.J. lievea.hundred and fftrty.ollarsrpsrtof

on came into power present; and of the firm administration, right :.beggared, sn4 Ieno. .prosDe,f.njiprpvement | ,s\4t w 1ri1y:; '; rTpJ 1 ta .m wer,,. tetor.. 'ax, 1 eDJ .Jla.- Wle t. which is'for paym cut to.Mexico under .w

i 4 and patriotic adherence, those intelligent principles' ].,. The.planters,are; becoming $<,1'j rer :Wtfaof 1 8Stt ti1ii" J i d tJEo" ,- ,strength_:of t tbe.cattle jil would* *adait.oflA.But' ,* "we twelfth:article of.the treaty made/with .tilt
every cia'1,.an ., cpnsequentlyjthere'fe itrte ty frtfti'J jJ rj4 fi JvSr'*?? tf*, % V K.* W .
which has so..eminently distinguished the > : i apprehend'that, in isome of.jpu,wooden rol. countcy1.24 t .4 f"
-- fera
no money circulating among thIaboi.Numbersufestatesake .,."sjste 'ifUJ.ti.PI ,. fi S .estimates of fta
sent Executive our proud Republic.But !: *- .:A f -"J.t'.r .: :' hiW thfr 1$ Ia'\J1'8' icnkfti7A3scksubmite;
I. amid the congratulations, which tco.uid"' onofcu1tiYat1ozie (' p ..T..8.f' ", iI.. "tm., .' Vi. !> ,..j,1,.tt: <' $ppioPriaU nEtbatviIL'b.reqn&ftiyeArls5o
,, t 'J *** } ;- i--5-, *' if >!.t"' "> ;"I f0jQt :.r- 1"t' "tu'- 'of FlSrld 1i a f&ldo alw dmot i 30irvr7 .
't4 .to.t fi'9" Ji: i ,J WW4VA'3fetf tt ft4M-, : .: '.-'I to_a law.cf, --. 'f
not .as. .prosperous condition four Iw jecoJ : t4 repress e'Ofte'PolattonSince' .th
dO .""AD'. h
!: -er.cent,, while in the mo f perfect kind estimates: that newapproprItIonsviflu',
beloved country, rnfltQfl5idermydu. AprilI4S,477 imlgrt8hav!/airiYeda : tt.1.NiU..ntti- ui .ta"- 'W'"fr tivvt *>, ifKj-WA .4u.-ri I I '
I.were omit hi '!-''l The-jt&i. t.1 .J.9t! mills the -yield has. ; high, as 75 ::t&thluiOuOtot: 24I5QOdOII| Tf.J:
; ty as wholy performed, if to an a.J.ionto' port alouy .thelEuropeanrvcontiaeotxijof : :. <.,;' { ? : *i t, u-j. ...7j,- 4tt'J ". tiT70f> -. :half.
; tLethreatfning.aspect; .of the clouds Grt4Brita3n"early; 'one hundred jAnd fifty' ;BORLAND,!U. S.eutat} toB 'funixpircd', 'per t m'lh )watJ I 'f biakiDr:1riUa th.flInemilliona:and' ." i iibi
for U -
.. % 'nowtlowtring'.overj e r'.J5 'horn,.borizon.en> j theusahd m1euJMa:"$'eD.DWK, .. inVdirkniithe future ''' :; '
velopiug destiny. .' cmr p"1".f Xrwt t *' jt'.Grlt, j .'}t i1M5j r. t P" \lh, t1tt & iawnipR 1t ;' .iM 1ath .Wj11 be rIred.V' ". ; .
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i. b.OeD.Taylor hbulIgu UeW11tnotVb&t News, ateaionrinp Jrterr>t lXjrlqjrani ) -- : ;. 7 \ \ PJL : 1ngl.1theUtted ft"'M.I.. gviorI. < -( .tf-L I.
I .'thus bints at,. the :Bt. j States for $ :-i* : ", t
f. tPPr will be the condition. oftthe I Fillmore, diffienltieji which. ..' *expose for tbOfoi 1 0e1-j--flfT t. -t port M:
surronndthe ewAdInIittioih : 1'A i.JL
must i '
ft :them States? The answer isnothlngbutr : President ,BOU5edflthe. .. Townof JacksonviWe,:- fee' ; S53E* e -' r'"*.*' VJ. $ t ;
fThe ,we wiU find it impossible : .1o.Ne..Yort. '
' degradation u confeder-i first MoAsyinMcJ next between the .. i
insufferable ( '
(1S49)). '
4. to all of Ms friends. :,' : No B
pleas. B'9Jj
We do not } ,
tt I rt
remote usual hbu jzcr
of op1nIsTvattDEI
I the certainty not a very it. We have riot 3:of sale, the following'described \ EST4no { ;: Kt.Jlrn. "to.ifu"wo k\ .
: :cptton or their slaves. What will; be expect wr'w": tnelv a doubt' tome ofhuioar-mill property,.'w. (;much'.thereof as;will:pay}tbe 4 FF J : i.ol".P** DodwsyNeTiTorkck7.F; PuhUeatlolf'o.23.,,,. iy, I
nest, &IhiIbitterest
on? We trust there will be but one supporters ? monthsj State TaxdTdne.tiercon Xarltlieyear 1S48to, I' IfwrTba ;aTTUtAUTHOL '.- :- I
& '" tldI' to this question raut uux-+uuta** reviler It cannot well. be otlatiinii.- 'Wit-.' : i rpms- 'WoR Q. '_if nams l Y 1'1. \'Urdi..L. -- it '4'U.'lI.9'N" (:' : ; ,.:,r.I.l W ; 1_ ,
If submit the District of ColI Supported he is by thsexiienis North'and'Sout That,body' t Land situated 'the'Ki g; iJi1tini, &ku1iO '" : .Penona who. ,: tieDrWalho.wthcdedbbf j.. .
'4 fffjid! we h, would bardly-.be' on. ;'- a subjtc t fA.highest 'Yf7l Ii :
1, bi& will be swept next by fanaticism_next however expected .thit' any'President Road leading to St.'Augustine, in Section,37; !, im.1 t"t" Ji. to...Ha.in. d" Persons or' those con it r ,,
the of removing .ftl&YCS :wise/and .discret, could Township,4 llaige 28 SouthndstiQnas : atmg iriUbo i""aJiindIcaacbtAlu Itonlbj.eedin4L J
. (011011' preTention f _- J foundoftpi; &fr' i
iU ,
the different
t.'c St&t to State-and finally emancipation adjust Interests whi litunstne- the DaYiP1.:1.purporting' to belong "i, ;. Pal raltte to those:whose me.-ins-bealth:or'other ,yectly to blmas he.emp101l jW.4 f tfipwH wj 1'W ,', I J .

from the GeneraKJovernment in the St? cessarily" arise, to the entire, .'satisfaction. of- all. David. H. Burr,;:containing 500"icresCCS s,:* :1t.d :,circ ttinStances.Vdo j aofpermit:.|hem increase* 'and never.*ells"the work at wholesale-&Ju.r.Jit "

flea ffc OIliposts are surrendered ltocM"truth parties. : -\ .. ,, OX 1L', ;tbe numbe f oftfieir:: family '.without great* inck To e;>M.JfiAatfr>. P etr Poger .
thu maxim WIittCU _J iufferinjj'' Booisdltr c&n possibly ifarniah : : f ;
: We see the of 4 \.TxCo1lectorDuvs1County ; -r YeJucn ; or.jpefhaps'rttk W r flfgers :! thchjjpn
III and physical.- SER.FI or RUSSIA.-It is ie tlyimown: Dec 4th 18481 3mi A method f work. Beware, therefore false :
aI everything both moral Jee9 ,.-I\1J.. | Avoiding these roubles Jand!yan- .pf copies aaclt(1 ; J .
IH po1 the shell is broken, the interior is dc.1ce1eu. that if a Russian noble buysmn Estate be buys I ai 14tVF' ( enfly/discbTeredtbyt.a, : eelebrai imitations which may not only be X'trt.\l.t .
ben ceremonials ,the serfs with it. Dr.. Bairdin Dant To'CoIIectoiri t :1" but f (
Coantf ,
01, When the forms and at N. td'Frcncii :hysicxan,)Listim- at dangtrow 4hlInfr1ngeentofthep. .
. (, ich hedge the sanctity ot drtue are broken York, on Wednesday evening, says: 'B'Virt e of,the power vested:in:toe by'1A J in this work; Bo.that any person may,avail himself right are, promptly.prosecated: ; and "-.k ]*<

7" 't falls an easy prey to the aeducer.dO .- iIf the serfs acqurie wealth, they still remainin '! levied upon''and 'shall expose"fbrsalej'before1 of it at pncCj without purchasing'any in- I will only sell abridged altered copies ..Tbiii.;* t J, !

: onstitntion5 and the rights which they secure, bondage. One of the nobles in Moscow hAs the.Coui-House'door. : in the'Town' 1rtinencmcdiaineoiantor'Thenifiey otier-article, from. the is the.only Anginal, and true, work no other;'.1? Ifii!
destroyed by open and vIolent as- a serf who is richer than his master, but can- Jacksonville, on tht 'first":Monday inMarch : ntion bere set can genU1De. S'ndb1'm&1l above; itig/j

." 0ults.0 never It i. by gradual encroachments that not purchase his freedom because the noble I next ; (1849)( ) the;folloVing-lands, orsoTnucb, ,forth'cost comparatively;n h ng, and'are with -the'on11 sure way to secure the work. .Tbon './ ; 11.

, I are overthroW Step by step the des- prides himself the richest serf in Russia waiting thereof as will pay the State Taxes. .due thereonfor in the reach of,alL*)The proceffl is new,safe, infallible sands of copies, han been,'sent by.mail' with \. .h
I they proceeds in undermining them until at his table. The present Emperor desiresto the year 1848,"vi,,: Vs' *' I convenient// .simple, and cannot' injure' perfect safety. i.

) i trOe fall eMily within his grasp. These are liberate this class but is opposed by some of 2.000 acres of Land,situated on Nassau River the eii1th''ot.themost'delicate ,iNor'doegit. :December' "' 9* 1849." 3m -.. ,V.t. 'U
, : they which shouM never be forgotten. the Princes. and,Houston's reek adjoining. lands of'John!' i curtail matrimonial privileges in the least., : :- -- iA : 1' .

. 'I trUBnt if it be nothing short of treason to some I Houston-particular boundaries unknown *; MORZZ&YCONSIDEREDThe /HUNS._-A few single! .and double :barraT.. 3 t:
of treacJttthe's !4" > -- VA .Guns superior Utyfor **
; sale
capable >
,i J to suppose Gen. Taylor [No. 23.] purporting to belong to Sandiford Holmes.A ibis bYt l.
the Wilmot Proviso *. object of :work Can be shown to be .Dec.9., tf MREED !
<: tk in signing ,-A.' CANOVA "
United States thebighest utility and sustained the iJ
cry Arsenal by
" : the should Tax Collector
consequences Duval .
contemplate '
let Tfto UI now the PrOTIS0The Lafeyetteville North Carolina } 4th, 1848. Dec9-3m soundest principles 3i of shows prudence how political economy MEDICAL, NOTICE. !. ':.. jl
be andL.yirtue. a 'physiological t1. .
of these consequences must be to March 2, 1847. .
first ,
from him the entire forces of Northern DR. FOWLE Dnval Conns? Tax CoUect rs Sale. ,.effect may be produced scientifically. ,and .without : D....: .Baldwin. '&' Byrne i :1
dave injury to jibe constitution which thousands H, ;
wjggery.ir The position Northern in Democrats favor of Southern driven Dear sir: Having used several BY I virtue have of levied the power vested and shall'eipose mine by law for, attempt 'accomplish by.the. most unwise-and HAVING associated themselves in tbeprae* f:
from bottles of Wistar's Balsam of Wild in upon reprehOnaIbleJeai1Tbe; Abject is, by- no Medicine, 'respecttully'.1"fl :
Suiiow Cherry
added to the ranks of Nor.flguts my
be before the
Court t
House door, in the.Town means new to the world. ''Th'e"means will be I their services to the PUbliC in thearig. :
them Whig;ery on this question and a Wilmot family, for the complaints for which .it is,recommended of Jacksonville, on the first Monday"in. March esteemed. by all scientific, .ribt '
.1'royjfOstorDl.rill bm'5t upon us in lS2, which with decided beneficial effect I; next, ((1849)) between the usual ,hours' of'sale, 'sensible people! as>a_discovefy" .in 'physiology of may at. any time be consulted at .the d f'.. i, :

will sweep the Government entirely from us.- cheerfully advise my friends, and all others the following described prOperty, or'sb much the]! highest.consequence to public morals. and heretofOoccnpled by'Dr.-Baldwin. .:? *lg I
will be union disunion
or thereof will the
fTh estitIDS then as satisfy State Taxes due Jacksonville. October '25th
iibmitfion'or i resistance Let no Southern who may need a medicine of that kinds to try thereon for the year'1848j viz: happiness. .. (,' M W PMM 4-, 1848. ** *&'fti.-., tJ1'

I man who has a soul fit to be saved, utter the it. G. A. SCHWARZMAN. The half part of that certain tract of land THE INSTINCT OF NATURE.. : The subscriber requests those who era'ia' f

?."ordfMiww"010 the Wilmot Proviso for the N. B. We do not ask the public to rely solely situated on the King's Road leading to St.M&-: Love; and the desire for union between the debted to him to call and settle,their.medical'" S

purpose of wring: -Union.. The my best recommendations from States ry's, Go.; known as the Piles Place, containing sexes will be indulged, talk prudence as we bills as; the above arrangement renders it&e
I' ofprtstrring the Union for the Southern upon produced I! 500 acres and purporting belong to Francis. may. "Witho'ut marriage we have] in all coun eestary for him to close bis' old accounts.. ..' .* : ;'

States prat"* on"undivided front of resistance. far distant, where the persons cannot be known; I M.Piles. AA.CANOVA, : tries, a de1D.I5ementof: sex,'ana the .criminal A. S; BALDWINS ',M :11 I

_Athens (Go.) Banner. but, having testimony from every state in tIle Tax Collector Duval County. indulgence ofthe other; with marriage, and Oct.28jJ1848 ,tf'=f- l t- ] t

Ji -------- Union we refer all who have any doubts about Dec.4th.lS4S. 'Dec9-3m' the unrestrained'indulgence of the natural, instinct 11. i'- _-._-t/i i i

Abolition Propagandist.-We find the following the efficacy of this highly popular and useful very often suffering and misery of the Levy County Tax Collector's Sale;,-> ",
Duval Tax 'o most fearful character. Who then shall deny i
1 county !!eelor' Sale.. ; be sold on theist Monday of Janua-15* ; i
notice of Ex-Governor Sloders opperationsin medicine, to their own neighbors who have to man a free the right to 'and WILL
( agent) marry .
virtue of the authority, vested in me by1law :: next 1849, between the bqurs of 10
the Sew York Express. The people of the used the article. BY to regulate the instinct of nature? the lu i
I have levied npon and shall exposefor and 2 o'clock, following lot bry parcel of t ?
I. flaveholding States should be on their guard Beware counterfeits and imitations-Syrups sale, before the Court-House door in the. YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE. Land; containing t 60 acres or as mucthere6f j

; against these Abolition missionaries : and all other preparations of Wild Cher- Town Jacksonville, on the! first Monday in Young Married People, whose fortunes are as"will satisfy the ,tax due, for the year 1845,*. ; t.1

,, The origin and objects of the "Board of National 1arch next, ((1849)) between the usual hours of not yet established, will find in this work matter including all costs and charges. Said lands resituated
Remember imitate in
they only si
t Popular Euc l.tion,'' of which Governor ry. name, sale, 330 acres of Land, or so much thereof to interest them deeply, information of on the Wakasassa, S. W..3 section, tJ
without possessing the virtues. Buy none but will the State Taxes dui thereon for the 28, T. 12 R. 16 and said to 1
\ Slide of iliddlebury, is the Corresponding pay the highest value, which they should not, on belong to one Ed. :l1
,, SttreUfr and Genenil Agent, is exploring the the genuine and originalDR. year 1848. bounded as follows,viv; North :by any account, be ignorant of. Hundreds of Mar mund Schriver.a non-resident this'State. :

i Vest for the raising up of Schools and making WISTAKS BALSAM OF WILD lands of Francis Richard, Sotth and East by ried People, now advanced in life, have assuredthe The above lands will be sold at the Court tfj.U.I

!, irrangewPJJts for tbe reception and competent CHERRY Big Pottsburg Creek,and West by Little Potts- author that' if they'bad'possessed such a House of Levy county,-at the'House. "ofKar/ I :

of female; teachers; while it receives burg Creek purporting to belong to George treasure in early life, would: have saved them VAndrews' :*. ?, 1P
support spplicotions for supplies invites such teachers Signed I. BUTTS on the wrapper. Hagan. A. A. -tN OVA, more than half thesuffering and deprivationthey GEORGE H..TRESPER,, ".,: : : J
from tbe East, collects companies of them semi- For sale, wholesale and retail byT. Tax Collector Duval County. have since _endured. Tax Assessor & Collector of Levy Ca .. :; :i ||;

winnally, at Hartford, Conn. where it carriesthem 0. HOLMES & CO.. Dee.4th, 1848. Dec9-3mSHERIFF'S UNHAPPY WIVES .._November 11th, 1848. fit ;: $SiS8 I

.t through n six weeks special tr iuillg-a Jacksonville Unhappy Wives who feel that their physical : ,
E. F. le17 CouutyTni (!.hie,1.,' .sI.-_ j
i iort Teachers Institute-and thence under SALE. condition and'health totally unfit them to become :, t
And by druggists generally throughout the YT71LL BE SOLD, on the first Monday fc >
sends them to the ; .4
proper vscort, places providk virtue of a writ of FI F. issued out_of the mothers of a numerous offspring, and TT January next ,
BY ((1849,) between til 4 .
The Board sent out 110 teacher* in twojors United States. Deo. 9. ,
who fear that each
the Circuit Court reasonably period of confinement :
for Duval County, I t hours of 10 and 2 o'clock on tbat day the :
mostly from New England ; 34 to IllijoKj ----- -- -- -- will terminate their existence : J
will expose to public sale, in frontof the CourtHouse .will South West.Quarter of the South West Quarter:' .
; 31 to Indiana; 12 to Wisconsin; II to OBITUARY hail the this certain of .
in the Town Jacksonville, on.the first discovery means relief Section'7 1T Township, Range 19, 'and .ak,' ;
MKhignn; 7 to Iowa; 5 to Tennessee ; 3 to Departed this life. at her residence near Monday of December next. between the hours with',unbounded joy Let all such unfortunate North.Wjst|Quarter of.the North 'yeatQu: r.'{. :r;

Jlisiouri; 2 to Kentucky ; 2 to Ohio; 2 to1Ieitcru Jacksonville on the 3d inst. Mrs. SUSAN JAU- of sale on that day, a certain negro woman and unhappy wives lose no time',in obtaining ter of Section 18, Township \6,Rang 19. South J: j

f Pennsylvania and 1 to North Carolina.Tbe DON, consort of Henry Jaudon, Esq. about 32 slave, named GEORGE. Taken es the property ,this important work, It will be to them and East, containing 80 acres, or 3'much' ; ;.

Columbus (Mi://s.) Democrat thus notices years of age.1TIARINE. of John E. Saunders, to satisfy execution. a precious boon through lire and prevent manyan will satisfy the taxes due on the same for,'.the :
,in favor of Orloff M.Dorman., early.and premature death. present year, ((184,) with all.costs and ex en/* !
tbe vote South Carolina in favor of the Democratic t
INTEL LIGE1CE. HEREDITARY DISEASES. ses accroipg" forvadvertising the same. Th. uJ i'
candidates for the Presidency and Vice Oct.2S,1848. 6t Sheriff D, C.. Scrofula':Consumption, Insanity, Apoplexy, above named lands are situate in Levy.county,1 m

Presidency ; PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, DEC. 9, 184S. IT The above sale is postponed until the Disease of the Heart,.and .other horrible complaints on.'th Witblacooche. short distance above.the'. : ]

-What a glorious result, and in what bright first Monday in January,.1849.Dec. ; capable of transmission from parentto well known place called Fort Clinch,'andt owned' t1 it' .

I contrast with all the surrounding States! .She ARRIVED.Dec. 9,1548. Inv child,.afflict many worthy people who at the and claimed by James Lynch, and bounded by r* :
. {f. the Seraph Abdiel and we can justly applyto 4.-Brig Amethyst. Brown,N. York. same"time"are as capable'or enjoying themselves U. S. lands .unless there have been lands re.centlypthchased I

her the language used by Milton ; Dec. ".-Schr. Gulnnre, Moore, N. York. SHERIFF'S SALE... in the marriage.state"aS their more fortunate :.adjoining. The, aboverandavwill ; .

-----Faithful found, D.-c. 5.-Schr. Almira, Himick,N. York. virtue of,.:writ.ot_ Fi.:FiL/issned out of fellow beings.Shall such persons refrain be sold&t'ihe'Coart-House of Levy count/'. ;': .I 3

Among the faithless: faithful only she, u 3_Steamer Wm. Gaston, Hubbard, Sa- BY the Circuit Court for Duval County, I,, from marriage 'on'thls,Jicoount: ':or shall they atthe.houseofMaryVAndrews.. .""*:. :

Among the innumerable false unmoved, .' vannab. will expose to public sale, in front of the CourtHouse marry,and give birth toa feeble offspring, destined 'GEORGE 1L'H.TRESPER J:
UuihakaL unstduced,uiterrifled.llerluyalty 5.-Steamer Ocamulgee, MeNelty, Sa. to a 1ifeofefferingorne; rly death?- TaxAssuorsndCoUutox'LsyyC.. ,-,. ".
,in the Town otJacksonvi1leon: the firsiMonday .;' r-- r < tli2
she kept, her love, her zeal, vannah. of December next, between the"hours" The answer, 'to such serious question' will be. NoY.flthT,184LUi.aC.iut7berI'i, -L_ :'t.:,,- :1 s. t\;

Nor number nor example with her wrought, CLEARED. of salt on that day, One Hundred d of Cattfc' .found in the work here recommended. I I i
To sncrte from /rut ft, or change her constant Dee. 5.-Brig Amethyst Brown,Boston and Cotton. Taken as he'propentor 4, _' ::j JARLYri4RJiIAGE&: ; It
mind Dec. 5.-Brig Almira. Himick N, York. SHALLpoSeto sale in frontofth.CoWil
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Though single. From amidst them fourth she Steamer Wm. Gaston, Hubbard, Sa Arthur Burney, to satisfy an t xeciition in favor" "Early Marriages are strongly'advised by all House door. of Benton,..County, on the,firsl, t 1J )r
ot Wm. B. Ross. THOMAS LEDWITH and writers social and
f'. vannah. philosophers upon political Monday In December next, 'within'legal boors i
p:1S. Oct. 28; 1848. 6t Sheriff D. C. all j
subjects; Early Marriages beyond question' of sale
Dec. 8.Steamer Sa ; thefohlowingproperty, to witf-Ono
Ocamulgee McNelty
Long. way through hostile scorn, which she sustained tend) to and h. I' :
vannah. nThe above sale is postponed until the i promte.virtue happiness ; forty acre I tract: of land, lying Township. r ;

Superior, nor of violence feared ought first Monday in January, 1849. and with the power of regulating procrea- twenty, Range nineteen, the SouthEast Qnar.
tive functions, made' known:in this.work, may ter of,the South Eaat of Section 4 ft
And with restored scorn her back she turned MEMORANDA.NEW Dec. 9, 1848. 1mBsrcntor Quarter thirty : j ,
be entered into without fear of '
freely incurring
five. Taken in Execution
Orthtse proud toners to strift destruction doomed YORK, Nov. 28.-Arrived Schr.Florida responsibilities which cannot be sustained. Jenkins as theptopertof', ; :l. I' t
Carson 5 days from Jacksonville,E. F with *' Notice.'v Cyprian to satisfy.sundry exectt-

Krcorered Lake.-A. singular incident occurred lumber to G. T.Gilchrist-Nov. 29.-Schr." Ma. \ LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate:cf. OVER-,, POPULATION" '.', ..' -<'" 'OF'.THE EARTH.- tions issued from th... U'Cnlt.Cou. in Bentonf ; 5J
on tbe Michigan Central Railway. It became ry J. Lonan Predmore, 6 days from Jacksonville ,f John.II. Whiddon, late of Hilleborough J4r Population of the Earth may'no'longer County, in- favor,of George Hancock and others.t .. 4 il

necessary to carry a grading of embankment E. F, with lumber to A. Patten & Co.- County Pla. deceased, will come forward,and. be apprehended. The calculations of!Ialthus ,:. N. AI MpODYf1Sheriff ; : I

of fifteen feet high across a low piece of Also, Schr. Gen. Scott, Lathrop, 6 days from make; ImmeJiate payment And all persons and the wild fears of Robert Dole Owen are alike 'Benton"' Conntyt.?\' 1', 11

ground, containing about 100 acres, nearly dry Jacksonville, E. F, with lumber io J. T. Rock. whatever, having demands :against the said estate rendered baseless by the- discovery here -_NovlUh,184a_ 1-r'8r" ,>>f !*f. 1
enough for plow land. When they had cnbough.S will render them in within two years, authenticated communicated to,the world "The control of 3.C

with tbe grading for some distance progressed it ---- as the law directs or this notice man over Jus accidents,'?in this respect, at least, Land for Sale. l .i

became too heavy for the soil to upport.. the PRAGUE'S HISTORY OF THE FLORIDA will be plead in bar of their recovery.A. is here st bliShed. Ths wisdom of exercising n."EO forsale two tractiof,: z

crurt of the earth broke in, and the embankment WAR-For sale by A. M. REED. H., HENDERSON, Ex'r. such control; none who give the subject a mo. cone.of which was purchased fropj Jna' >1} .
sunk down into :seventy-nine of renter! Dec.9. U'' Tampa, Dec, 1848. ment's consideration can doubt. Bowden, situated on Lake George]. a4o, -i1th : ,

It appears that the piece ground has been a .'HONESTY OF'THE ,W BIL of three hundred and fifty acres, mprf or|esif fi
lake but Notice.c pine land, .hammock, with a large oring* i .
had collected a soil of roots, peat ONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE- rr There is no deception or bnmbuggery of The'other '
grove. ,
muck, &c, on its surface, apparently from ten For sale by A. M. REED. THE SUBSCRIBER has leased theJjtHouse any kind about this work it is precisely/what waapurchue4.trozrfWWI' -> i H
.Gardiner situated
to fifteen feet thick. which had become hardened D.c. 0. tf formerly occupied by Mr.Hatcloii its title indicates, a scientific publication,, containing ;tract on" near the above' mentioned- ;
tad dryenough for farm purposes. Mr.Brooks Bay street, (known as Hart's.:;old :Boarding information of great valuelo married two hundredand the St John's River, and_ consist* or' r J

thought it would have RUBBER OVER SHOES-For sale House) and is now ,prepar dto. : accommodate: fifty aeesmorioTlesi.,4 4 .
supported an embank INDIA people, or. those.CQntempJ):tilg,,marr 3ge expressed and *,bud. -' '
ment of five feet thickness, and that if it had A M. REED. any who ,may see fit to'patronise him, and(.'as*, in.plain language which aU can under-, pine ,. ., P .'- : 1
not been Dec. 9. tf sures them that no pains will bo.spared' .to:en; ThebQye lands wiJl be offered/for sale al1 ; .
nectssnry for them to have one much stand, with no unnecessary s put in merely Public Auction at tile Court f
t henier it sure their comfort, ;A commodious stable is'ati; House M.Jaeksoa. I.
would have supported the road, and to swell the number outs pages. The whole ville the I!
.. we fact would have TUARS Sugar House Syrup; Buckwheat tached to the establlihinept; and, every'attention on, Monday in Mart AD- I '
never been discovered thatrested story is told and.;,the mea.us'.Qf' accomplishing: 1849. rI =
on the bosom of a Lake,-Nero York Flour. Received per schr. Albert Vinal, will be paid to the horsea'ofthose traveL the objects:of.the work fully and faithfully giv-. JONES./-*.* 7
&UI!. ; and for sale by A. M. REED, len, who may think, proper. to stop with binv,. en/a that the reader may avail himself of it at JNO.s.,. SAMMIS. 'I ;j aJacksonflleNoy.iithis4s 21
Dec.9. tf .A. W. njJCHTON7JacksonvilleE.FDec:2,1848 _,4m,,;, .
without medicine instrument tj
purchasing .
Ole; any .J ,
Jfa1it;; Arrangem'nts.-Some importanthave :. ,k _;./T _.tf' ] }: ,or other.-artIcle. from.the author: vibe OTJCE. ; L ;

.. 1Il0Tement8 recently been made by the CORDIALS, &c.-Maraschino, Curacao, \ 'mean"protection which it ;recommends 1': 'be ''made .to'th.ne i
a.r Departaient Lemon Syrup; Raisins Citron : Boat-din aiStAugUithi APPLICATION- .. t
for the 'without
I western frontier pf also be relied upon, feaof4i.ippOint. : Florida for:axi act.of i
the republic, The Currants; Preserved Ginger; Fresh Sal- MR. G. N..PAPY s.this.IJJethod of rl
department.of Oregon and ; : ment or injury.! { corporation to authorize a to icon v :
whfornia: ((10 and consolidated into mon and Lobster in eases, Sardines; 9lives Capers .: : nouneing to the public, that h'e, has. company' Vstuct ;
11)) are : ; ,PHYSICIANSHPROFESS6RS, AND a Ran Road from Cedar Keys,'or'..' _" .
one called U the third or Pacific Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam; Jujube opened a PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE aofnt o"n' I :
division un- the the
E eligible Gtlf coast to Sl1fa1
i] 4
(1.r.VE1f'F. ,
der Paste Refined &c. For ale by_ wVattttrt' *K fcv,
smth.the command Brevet Maj.Gen.Persifor F. Dec., 9. Liquorice tf A M REED. the City of St. Augustine,' for theaccommodaTtion t In all parts of,the.:country have given t. 'OJ theirtestimony ; ry's; RierOriomee1igible: point on..the jfttet *, a : :
The and tra eIIen- and .
Union of gene
the 'a
publishes general or- strangers 1; strongly foTfevof, of the objects of 1sccodortheStJohn'3IUTer' : 4 :

.deMgnating these arrangements. The $100 KEWABPTTT7TLL that he will pare no efforts to givt satisfactionto :this work. and;tienature, of the discovery.- August_,1848._' \i" .. ; i .
t. bouse commodiout and situated ff :
: Order So. 54 creates the "third or Padltl10Dj" all .We annex few of these recommendations. .
a .
rf ; .
Jitin -" & .
jJo.05 assigns Brevet Briga- be given for the apprehension of ipleaaaTntpatt ofthe.caty.. fi J, Executor's' Notice. : 1
diii General YV JOHN B. HARDIN,who escaped from St Nov.25th 1848 3t3 NIYOSept.13184S. .
Riley, Lieut. Colonel Artillery, Augustine, ,, r f' MONTHS'after ate.1shall
M brevet the Jail in Dun on the night of the DalB.'M'WtissrLHOFF, -Dear Sir: I should :SIX > applytoOie ; 1
-. rank and No. 61 assigns General county, ----- Probate : I ;
; -':._ J.I .' .' Jndze'of of JJuval .
confined < ,0' ;- :' 'i' have: ne'quesftori whatever that county, forpa.fiOiJihigefrom i
of last was on '
2?J* the command of the: Pacific January .
division MONROE' aJ QS'E ij Oh n; myExecutorsbipof;tiW4- .
Child.Birth''would ;
1.1I brevet rank of brigadier conviction for Burglary nnd. Larceny; Said ,. ;. in'youTTrorkr .EOf James'B'RoMay ;1 .>v I .t'\
general }
5 feet : n', ;i' ,- a 1.A J.. ,;',.'''- ;&:> 'the objects intended considered in berta1decwed.:- ; ,
old about 10 accomplish {
j_ Smith was, on Friday last, in Wnshihg- Hardih is about 35 years ected, bntsallow, .rOS, IJP E' F. ,,'I m .. > riren to nhYsiol>Orir>ol Vvrinpinl< ?al.nebut, I ,6th, 1848 'WM.B ;a9ssj. x's-..., lI' t1 I
sVTJ' the Union for his and inches high,ratherlight comp neV ; I
new Ibuilding'is howl fitted l'
preparing 1'LL I being -
miSS i
r have lsii' the b tQ know tbat itiaiOO4 _.
gjjftf command and it ia laid will hair Jight.-or sa died small dull. muddy.blueeyes" Administrator's JYetlce !
tail for thel accommodation. those'w.hov iU ti 1 : : ;
Aew look lips thin and closely compressed MMovUp t t t p xper uvuwR.5LS ,
d' _Orleans on the 5th December, on his downcast carriedoff may.visit onrlAke for the.winter.season' The, .. ...,1.'V1.t"'Ll, : :'.: ;:. 'DOYEN? ; ;A Lt PERSONSiJ.th Ztateoj I <
tio thin and scaUeiing.lHe i1' '
for Oregon. The brave General beard : ,. ItJ ,1J ab ah
J House scarcely:one mile from tbe Enterprise tW ofFaris. : Miller,: hm 1'
forha already embarked from New York two negroes which with time him he when has been he escaped roaming from at HousesJt hasfiprings; the. atne,Duality.in. : :rf&or, ltftJI.'at : >:i fled,':'That"on.-the:" lsf day ofJanuary J:*849-I i f

0fDaa.-Jt. SuR. JailI; since crimes. above its:vicinity-a.post office;is t hand, and;is at, .r f Niw-YoxAugust- .-1848.' .f.-.L..p.. .Jth"U iid'TO .t .
: large committing'other The' bis the first landing of the steamer upon tb*LakeTheproprietorpledges -i.: )tJV ISWiOtF ir:.-The:moral 9 effect IwnlnrtIrWr.' -."I'V U JCO" "'0 t PrbO.te1 tt"t. .
,?e.11Liladelpbia 1I'orth, American is out in reward will be paid by the tindersigned on 1"1. himself that"u effort of su# information*asiourTwork contains, Dd'f r Alachua! County fora, final .tt1 1 "' S ir 4
tT.1F1ng eubgium Thomas delivery to the Sheriff ofDnval. County. and"dii ,from the' j
upon. 1Wje
Corwin as oihis to furhj4'
JOHN M. 'PONF shall be spared partthawillcondricO I be Ji eveto ededde1yaititar7. ,The .right ; 4
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advocate Jayjorism.and antiala1lbi'the OLIVER! WOOD EE1X .-. ff the comfort of those who may:fitvor1 hin1witk ofnvin cbhtrol the animal instincts cannot .be, of said 'estate' 'd'8ba1l'priir;' ; .

late contest," and recommending OSCAR HARTA, P/COOPER M. zPHTLIP __. tbeirpatronage\: ?; ''-. .* 'V1RGILI. _--'DUPOl.'T.. '- oiid'.:lihiivorlcifl) be the means th' -.rOSIAnSECKJNGEJ.iChi' : t
;,,Ppobtnient to a place in the newTcabinet.t THOMAS LEDWITH, C.- ; October NewnanzsilleJuIy isL 1848. .. -: '0. J
GREGORY'YALE Orange County., Florida,. j t ofdiIaahoad; ROB..CROWLEY- -. .. ; : ; : < \
GeL Taylor will remember,that COX, -_. .. -'t'. ". /
rustb. < .. ., ., ; 1 1 & .t&t.t"f ( '.af "', \ .J.1. .
et tle speech in the Senate and not for- :. :.:CANOVA" T. 0.,HOLMES &CO. J .4i44'f.*;:_, -: fN: :: $-DteiPark1i:'V'. S : NOTICE. i ..,, ; f
the ttreat that 'if in the !Jacksonville, t % 9 '1848: tt > ,, ; ;' '. --
1101 the roan White ,. ,, diaiHlstotrix otiw trsons -f.W"r'1 Eli on-oiJ1r1- meruciplcvii "t O KS MONTIIS afUr date,:I a .

tL! e.Should interpose: his pun],arm to check f' NoUceikTr .PaScrS.A .il.LL'p indebte4 the Estate of James i riUJ. nr. .U (Hot1 !Jiliit..tor.iftt: O, accounts ahdvoucliersas Admaieta,1x f I S
P1flciple of the _.' tr
Wilmot Proviso will u : '
:1 tte
not ,
we te
-- : ; \ late Diival county afe tift f untupns- WK ,' our'he' of Hearf Barinard,'Jr'Jiit c-f:Pavalcounty ,
;ro.ise to take tedious Werby warnednot to tres it1, Long, deceased, of' t,. : > I
him the firms of ,
through "LL'p'oDS'a '
&a 1IzI est to corns forward nd'i1:m di ..n.Chi'.tBt.t1.'t'ro ld'tist1.ant"ve1l1I'0r. deceaseb totteHott Judge of Profetaof
PaChmentthere_mj be a more Bpeedy : 'iimi d :li.Dg. ,'t e'East, '.a'nd:'all creditors:.,:1egateesan4: ? intOii psbzitbat) the,object!if t hat publics.tiQnonld \ftud: county' for'a final settieawat of fai4 S
ate .
JJ tawuhat to get rid of biro"' Tom show- juisoerj on. e r&betWflCk1Ofl: r.- -. "' .Est&teai4: shall: :
htt onage ns'entitled<'i tiibutionc'ui'I'esta b-;a.tiin4. ;_ th\.th.'most_ ._ 1rfdct. ,at the ame tIme; 'p17J"
.hewu peb 4 '
thiakingof. theTnode'in'wliici; '[ Ulejand;: the Panama Mill! either by,cutting !! ottl1ed' hateanlessiHejf.;eib1tthi'catP Rttaant"- ''; f- ., Lettdg ofDedusnchAdmiaat.abi 'l..
jro8e effulgent from the rtrokeof; :Cse- down.TOy.timbergrpwihg: fn. djandjv f.w,re- ( .' twii.bizi:h.*,tliD -? ': '!f-) -! .\ &'SUWVAN', C j which'allt,. ''n.. )'aa tststea "
. He would ln1i."be A safe and 1 Amoving'anylying: ,ther40ft.. or..they.frul1bedealV ; ., rne" a8 ssw .>qlf ?rl 1" {')- 'rr'll 1:. i". iY desired take notice- T. _" ...
\ willbe forever .% :
atnt : "' ,lafr they bamojuf & r''l >
by Jt't rp 1iil'ofth1iWofk1fm :
councellor.' Guy Fawkea :rbiniselfin with according to 1&; ** .: : ; 'J" :& .ft \ \ :( 1 o f .t"UENBJEJTA..ABNAImJ4iil.: : "
: not hate appeared .better the> "pri. ';;-'l-1 "'J 1***' *< ''-*wA RIDOGOBTT.'f'J : .'- i"mB't.ow' :$* > t..lam.. ', ::. :Rnti; : : 1 L1U. 1lt)j 184. :'.. -_ >, S S
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':;: places on the,days 8pccified.belqwltp :L mmj; "i11IJJD! (n .r1LmmV ';'i ,;! ; : ,tiei 'd'f:8 d.ifw a" ._ ':'l9 'Ireaeii' 'refm' t 411.. ..::.._: .. l
. t-. take and receive"proofs, by*depositions before, ,> : ."' .c -. ,_ .,. '. DARIEN AnRnNsw1cKcsrMARr8ao.1 ALIJUN1t'W1T1TEH. LgpIt7mR- r. ,
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-. LI in relation to the settlement and occupationof -' '(LATLE, .&.'t'JUDSON' ...... ') ;-"". .i \ -BLAc ..'pRpKfAMI) 'rhe'-grea t' ,beauty, denoritjr of this Bart"aparilta' ': 'tb aIWJ'reuoa&I ttlf&Qi.t-o jvefltrfOayottbe ..".1M

L. all person* who obtained, permits under Occupy thefspaciotts/FIVE STORY ABE-: '. PICoLAT4Pthu1DL; $.. ;. :: bve?allvoUief remedies. !$ it' .rftdlcates -' : I..I lC t SHwSffifflS

: UiefAct'of-Congress entitled "An' Act to pro-. .HOUSE,No.:3 CEDAR STREET,:theWHO, wof %. tIn e rliia pnfwiththe' Ch iAt ',DailyMaHi'Steampackets dlse ; ;it inTi rates tIi e*. fcbVsumptioWclui nUlno." ..f'diseaata
.ir; ride for the Armed Occupation and Settlement which is devoted; to the exhibition and, :sale i ; c rt. bOd"1ftti :C t.u : tr.hlck,, .
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i' of the unsettled part ofthe Peninsula of Florida ,of'thet'Singfa Art We of ''' f sA1tMr- SPALDJNG; Jf.r 8ayannahythesteamer m tkz\toT Lake I "j 1'-Aj ',cl.eaI1se. -, adreiitheI1:1: : ;,;,1; .tJm.tot :: }T 01;mai l i "ii '
who were
): i4: approved under AugusUth,1842'and'that :Ac and the Act amenda- PRI. 'N TJEI; :AI.I'.COES: : ,; 'Monroe, the TJ.0.f:'Mail Stages fwm'Picolata toSt. be!'Ctredbronochitis ,-11 ** 'se. _iellrs by>using IMil 1Iitil f

:.' j.}i gccupauta tory-lhereofapproved: Jane: 15th,1844, and Their:-present "Stocsl, consists, of:hearly,% .Au gtst.idexi&from; Black. Ceka. New. consumption, '1irer. complalntj valuable) for;those 'wbo'g :ot

th whd actually occupied or settled under said ..One Thousand Packages,:. nansvlllej;-Alligatpr,;''Minenil Stlrings and Columbus colds coughs,'catarrh, asthma spitting .oma ,!IS1tu calculated eJ .
Act and did voluntarily' relinquish and. Embracing some ThOSApSpf differentltterns Tallahassee fi : of blOodjpreness in the chest,; Iiyq l keulngthe 'blood' < .
:, f' abat .th same; ''but continued to reside on and coloring ; and,comprising every i' OCAMULGEB, 'ii"-,* *...iST.MATTHEWS jPnpt.'A. Cu hectic. cult flu3hpightsvreatadiffi.i. "' > systaav Indeed,this. aedidnefs' Ii 1
:tr: aid frontier South'of the' line dividing Town- thing desirable.the, line,; FOREIGN, and : ,,';-, .-!, J"R/ ." I '4I t or profuse expec'toration : I all the diseases'to which OBi' -. .

ships numbers'nine'and ten, South and East of DOMESTIC. ;: */r ,. .- These'packed leave Saya o nh.,etery TU pDA!. I:, -- itbi.the'side and pain = ;1"1-** ,' .t, It bruestb.* w o "I&t. ,'In eia :
:.. in said Act of 1842 All of which are offered;for sale for.cash.orsatisfactory o'clock and J'&c.: .entry-the natural 'energies 1 .
thebise line specified t. and SATUEDAT M aztiic&'atj|1L q. er-; 'c.- ', iiayeland -. > .,h,, ..' .
:1 1-1 effect the of said Act* credit at the LOWEST.PRICES; Mail to I impurities_of the dy.not10i1 .
thereby aiding to objects rive at Picolato intime| forj/*he .Stages. i;" ; .-, canbe < :. -
J rix by the, & t'o.. .. :the system to-produce atIOblchis 'raw
tt :: go through to 8t..Augu8U.ebefor night'every 'vJT' i.cured'' .. : t: h -" ,-\ M
,;H'; At Newnansville, Alachua'County, on Thursday PIECE OR PACKAGE.New .. .Thursday.and.Monday.:! ,.PL" -* f -. '- r Probablyther never.was'aremedythathak- : ',female. weakness the case of most Q dJci '

F J 12th October, 10 days.At Styles are received almost everyday, Returning,.leave Palatkft cyeryTUSsD4T andFRU .been so successful in desperate cases of whsunrption .DISEASE :.OF THE difeasa. >
t': Long Pond, Levy County, on Monday, 23d'i. and many of them are got up for.our own sales, >AYMORNWG: ,at 7 o'clcc ,tozichingasaboye. as,this] 'cleanses'''and strengthens the .' TUBE HE.4Br'R '

; October, 10 days., and not to be found elsewhere.. -.' each.:way.. t J and to heal the ulcers on'the AND DflOpspt "Zi
4 : At 1t11&110py, Alachua County, on Thursday, n- Printed lists of prices! corrected from They are both lOrD pressure boats in complete lungs system.and;.the appears gradudjyjfegaintheir : NEW'YoaJ. : iy. '1 H

tt 2d.November,2 days. day to day, with every variation. the market, order, and;handsomely.,furnished 1I1J !e.Q';T usual,health and strength,, been, 'VK- TOW3EM-DeUt O1TJfHy 1/ '?L
Thursday in the hands'of buyers. ommanded gentlemen of well afflicted with a,disease:"of tie JjTsc1
;: At St. Augustine, St. John's County, on are placed pect; are by !
9th November 10 days. Merchants will be able to form some idea ofthe known experience on thoute, i'and their patrons :CURIOUS CASE CONSUMPTION. :with -a terrible 'ruptureforeverfiftwn : '

tJ: At St.,Lucie County, on Monday, 27th November extent and variety of our aSsortment whenwe are assured" that every attention will...be There scarcely-'a day Ss sJ!:)! "there: area thegreater' part 'of,the''that! ;. 'Bwlu? *;'

10 days. state, that the value of our usual stock of paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, number of cases .of.Consumption"repdrted'ucured troubled with shortness breath taj"2
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.:ri AtMellonville, Orange County, on Thursday, this,ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of .and to the careful handling of freight. ?, by the use'bf Dr.:,Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The .tering.of'the heart; which has''bee ,y .-

jg':; 14th December, lO.days. the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by AGENTS: following was recently received: ; tressing. ,"nnd :has. frequently_beea.ii ;

!:1. At Ocala, Marion County, on Monday, 1st Jan our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact} together Brooks & Tuner, Sa1'n nsh. J/Dft. TowNSENDi-Icflr' Sirs For the last leave;her bed.' The'.rupture. was Iti.j

i't" uary, 10 days.AtChocochattie with the fact, that our means ana our A.A. DeLorme .. Darieh.. three years I- ,have been afflicted with' general and severe SlietnietEasucheases tv, r8J1P.

;il Benton County, on Monday, attention, instead of being divided among a vast G.Friedlander, Brnns i k. debility, and nervous consumption: :of:the last with but little'ben 1itr. :Z

.'.- 15th January, 10 days. variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, JohnBessent, .St. Marys. stage,and did.not expect ever'gain my health had taken but three*bottles of> r

f. At Tampa, Hillsborough County, on Monday, will render the advantages which we can offer Fernandez &Bisbee, Jacksonville. at:all. .After'going thr ugh course< of medicine medicineshowas entirely. relievelbf i ,
i 3OthjanuarylOdays. to dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be A: Coy, ." .-' Black Creek. underthecnre of some of the most distinguished of the'h.en ond the rupCwe"'""_ -_' .

?:t F At Key West,Monroe County, Monday, 14th our care that none who visit our establishmentshall Geo. Cooley, -. -. Picolata.S. ,. regular.physicians and members,the tirely disappeared., '. ,..' %". "
; February, 10 days. meet with any disappointment.Our P. Hawkins, P latka. Board Health. in New York and !Jsew.here,' She h'a*also had the drofjj -

;>.. Atlade County, on Wednesday, 1st March, 10 assortment is complete at all seasons of E. Lafitte& Co.; Charleston.N. and spending the most of my earnings in at. much 011en. .,We \had r. td .

i P l days. the year. LEE JUDSON & LEE. B.-Goods consigned ,to the Agents. forwarded tempting!to regain; my health,and after-read- .be so benefited, as she d.hch a'1ptieatJet

r._ All cases presented will be examined and P. S.-B. F. LEE formerly of the firm of free of commission. Freights from Savannah ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resol-i of dls all s' But it has,as Itruge sij,

4.w reported on, and persons interested are requested Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the on. and Charleston, and all way freight Ted to try it. After using six bottles I toundit'done pear, relieedher: t-t1i dropt1 11Ilf'1tt mar'lf

f.tt ta have their permits, depositions, and witnesses ginal firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection payable by shipper,:. me great good, and called to< see you at that this statement is so stmge-! \t f

?:? ready, and be prepared to prove their ho withdrew some time ago, has resumed September 30, 1818. ly your office f''Yith.your advice kept:on-, and do almost like fiction, but it jsnenlt1itlmaoWJ
:,: cases fully, in conformity with the printed instructions business in connection with Messrs. Lee & MEDICAL 1 most heartilythank you for your advice. I persevere -: reality. Your SuJ'S tparilla' is cl.uable infJ"1Il.
:: i forwarded each claimant. Judson, and Assures his friends that the new NOTICE. in taking the Sarsapurilla,and have been medjcine, and should be'nsedivtn
HUGH ARCHER, concern shall have the same pre-eminence in TVtS.'WILSON.'and: VAN WYCK; (late Professor able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering we havebewt) 'jj'

';; Agent United States Treasury. I this branch of trade, which formerly distinguished .1.. of Surgery in the Franklin Medical .' four month's, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve. .this account, 'they1are".at filcrfjii

;11r1 Octt 1.1, 1848. nlIn the other two houses to which he be College Philadelphia..) have formed a co. and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health call at my house and have ocular d ciJaratita

,'.., I longed. June 25, 1847: ly partnership for the practi of MEDICINE and It helped me.beyond the expectations of all that Yours respectfully .,

ji: Iflotiroc Circuit Court ; SURGERY, and for the INSTRUCTION OF knew my case. CHARLES ,QUIMBY., WILLIAM_TOWSEB,fJailri-' '1' .'.

::: STATE OF FLORIDA. !: A. M. REED, MEDICAL STUDENTS. Orange, Essex Co.N.J.. Aug. 2,.1847. <,> ",
Patients from a distance can be well accommodated Slate of New Jersey, Essex County,',f.-Chas. D1"SPEPSY.4 T
il Angelo Lopez, ) i constantly on hand a well assorted and on reasonable terms either at the sworn law No fluid '
:Bill for Divorce. HAS Quimby being duly according to on, or tnedidine hKs eer li'en Jiiccftr
'. vs. > ofGroceries Hotels or Private,Boarding Houses of the city his oath saith that the edwMch
J .foregoing statement is. so nearly; reec-niblcs tie pjiricjifcj:
Maria )
,; Lopez. Provisions DryGoods and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical true, according the. best of his knowledge and or sallvaindeccnipbsingfood and!
,3 proof having been made to me that the and attention their ',' trDtlii
DUE -Surgical as cases may belief. cHAs. QTJIMBY the organs of digestion .os ttiVprepanitioa 'ft
2-1.; ; in the Bill filed in the above Hardware, Crockery, &c., viz ; require.A .Sworn and subscribed before me at Orange, .S4t porila. It positively! "cures.
jE. cause resides out of the State of Florida it is limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS' the 2d 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN? r''P(01,
August dyspepsia how
Superfine Flour,in bbls and M bbls ; ever severe or rhrooie t 'j
.t, hereby Ordered. That a hearing had on the will ,be received who will be with "
Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers Justice of the.Peace. ,BANK DEPAUTMEAT; .BArT' May x :
; )
:7 facts charged in sail Bill on the first Monday of Books Plates and other ,
Anatomical Preparations Di .
lams,Bacon, Pork F M Beef,Pickled Tongues ; -Sir: I have b
t. May n xt, and that if the Defendant do not appear Mackerel, Codfish, Salt Rice ; -will be regularly examined in the progress i TWO CHILDREN SA VEIl for several years. with dispepsia1 in, Iii si t4
34.. and answer said Bill by said day, the same of their studies according to the mode few families'iu in fact have '
Goshen Butter Lard Cheese White Beans Very we formjittencled with sourness of
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9D .:
; ,. be,taken as confessed against her. Provided, Irish Potatoes pursued in the large Northern cities=will be not heard ,of one-that, used Dr.Townsend'sarsaparmn. ofapetite, extreme" heanbnrn 'and 'a
;;i ; That a copy of this order be published in some taught to compound and dispense Medicines ;
in time lost children the to '
Sperm Oil, Candles; any past, aversion 'nfl'kin4} or food'axid. ",li
:M: public newspaper of this State for the space of Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; and will be instructed in the minor every day summer,while those that.did not sickened and_ : (what I could eat) l..ha-veheen b1trijf!'l l.
.t three months before the day appointed for said duties of the Surgeon-Bleeding Cupping Bandaging died. 'The certificate below is but' '
lluseovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; we publish conclusive portion on my stpwach i l1 ielfU ,
r r hearing. JOS. B. LANCASTER, &c. &c. evidence of its value and is another '
Stuart's Refined Loaf Crushed and Pulverised only usual remetiiesj !but tJiei..hnd".but1ittIiei,
r. Judge So. Circuit State of Florida.Jr Perhaps no Private Office in American instance of its .the lives
Sugar; any saving 'of children!; effect in removing the comphfnC ..1Ii DW
; : THOS. F. KING, Solicitor Complainant.' city will afford a greater variety of new and DR. TOWKSEKD Dear, Sir I had ed |
' Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine approved : two children about.two months i ice,to try JWf 1..f t
"-ilt Sept 16,1848. 3m ; remedies, or present more practical. facilities -' cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summercomplaint of Sarsaparilla and I must say'itblltt1e -

\ -I LIST OF LETTERS. London Porter, Port. ,Madeira and ChampagneWine for students. and dysentery one was ;only 45, fidence; but after using .nenrJf111'o,'bcttl i I
; In connexion with this department, it may months old and the'other 3 years.* 'They,were :found:my'djppetite: restored.and'the tmt1m
'I' : Remaining in the Post office of Jacksonville Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves &c. be proper to stite that soon as possible, an very much r ducett.aniwe expected,they would entirely removed j and ::1 wOuld/'f8tDmTfh*

r.i and which ifnot taken out with A Complete Assortment of Dry foods Infirmary for tie reception of both Medical and die; they were given up by two respectablephysicians. commend the use of it to those.wio'have bite

; in three months will be sent to the General Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins Bonnet and Taffeta Surgical Patients will be opened,when students When the informed us.that afflicted'as 1 have been. Yours &e -} '

.: Post office. Ribbons; will have the opportunity practically studying we must lose them, we resolved to, try your wqwVAIcz41DT.;
. ". L Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and unbleach'd diseases.. J. T. J. WILSON, M. D. Sarsaparilla had heard'so much of, but had ;: 'N.*B.,,**iiicbaIe none but snci as iafe.VTi
? :
. 4. A Livingston, Joseph Irish[ Linen Diaper, Bishops{ and Long Lawn; C. C. VAN WYCK M. D. little confidence,there being-much stuff advertised perstbatbjde' the'bottle'Voinj>IrJeIy siiJjai.

:oll;;:' Andrew, Daniel Loud John W. C. Cambrics,'Jaconet.Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; Tallahassee,Aug..5, 1848. 6m that is worthless: ,but weare, .very the written sighiture of SiP,. TOWJJSENDr'PrincijMirOffiee. : of

;! Able. Mr. M I Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; STATE OF FLORIDA thankful that we did, for undoubtedly .saved 126'F ulto-1tsmildisg,
::v; Acker, James McQueen, Mrs. Ann Tickings, Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; MONROE COUNTY. the lives of both. I write.this(that others may N. y.t Pcdding & eO.8. State-si.;Boston; l't-

.j: : '. B Murchee, John Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Benjamin Megin, be induced.to use it. Yours, respectfully ,& Ions: \32 North.8ecoBd4UPhil dltBw-'||
'.1:) Buih, Mr. Jamrs Morgan, Thomas L : '
&0. &&, &c vs. fJOHN: WILSON. S. Hance, druggistBaltiinoWf.pTJror"..
:'.:;' Blount Wm. S. 0 Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel Thomas Taylor, Philip.In Chancery Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.15, 1847.; I Richmond; P.,M.; Cohen, riestW4s;

p' Brown, Wnv H. 'Hoarn, J D. 9 and whale bone frames; Sawyer,and James Filor. J LUNATIC;.YSL UM. !:&eo. l5iCbartrel..et. cw'OrIesnslOHFearl.s ,_ ,i

: :! Barber,Isaac Oglcsby, Benj. Hardware fr Cutlery-Knives Scissors, Razors; IT appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas'' James Cummings|Eeq.'one the Assistantsin .Albany f B-Van Bricklrt.,292.tc J
4b!t. C P Nails Suits Knives ylor.and Philip Sawyer defendants in the the Lunatic ,Minrlcetand: ,Broad te.Newark N.J.M4l
Hinges, and Forks, Spoons, "Ayslum}J3J ckweW Jllnd.is thegentlemnim ;
'.:; ': Chancy, George R. W. Poulan, Francis A. Tea Trays; bill filed in the above.cause, reside;out of the spoken'orin the'following letter: prineipal\Druggists and .Merchnnt4neethioiglioit. "
:; Collins Archibald Peacock Irwin, Messrs. State of Florida and that'the said Thomas.Taylor :the United
Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets,Saws; RHE UMA TrsM. States wesn1i f:

,' ".,..r:. Flinn Wm.. F:] Piner, Wm.BFalanyj'Mary Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains Pots Kettles resides in Europe, and that the said Philip This is only one of;more'than four thousandcases the.Qanadas.. A.M.! EED.Ag t.-
\ resides in the State of
&c.. &c.; Sawyer Mississippi, of rheumatism that Dr.Townsend's Bar- 'Jacklon'1l1e1l__.
.i: Robertson, Robert A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks.A It is Ordered, That said defendants appear has cured The and February 26.1848.BILLIAJID. 1.- .
saparilla .most severe 1.
'. ; J ster Whitfieid Ray Capt Warren -
: Gooa AsstrtmeiU of Crockery and Tin Ware. and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be .
Flirin Mr. Wm. Roberts Adaline Miss I chronic cases are weekly eradicated,by its extraordinary .
<- taken confesso.It .
Boots& She.c-Men'sWomen's and Children'sBoots pro : : '
. : Patio,Mrs. Jane Rogers, Capt OliverG 1 and Shoes; of all kinds. is further Ordered That a'c py of this Order vIrtues rBLACEWELL'S- ; SJLLQQ, r ,
. I : ISLAND 1847.DR.ToWNsE'tn'DmTSir .
Sara ,Sept.14j
. .t; Reed 'I A variety of Fancy Articles Perfumery Medicines be published in some newspaper printed '
,!-(:I. Green James D. Reeve, Mr. F. R. I : !I have suffered wzif '
the Eastern Circuit of Florida month : 4tTIIE !
&c.Jacksonville. once a ,. .
terriblyfor nine-'years' with the rheumatism
; Graham Rer. A. 2 Win.B. : ; 1' -
v'p Ross for nine months in reference to the said Thomas
ii : Green Danniel S ,April 15, 1i4S. ly considerable of the time I could Dot' 3t: sleep Subscriber has, recently..pardiase4.
Taylor and week for four in
L ; Glover, Henry Starratt, Mrs. E. M. j reference, to the once said a Philip Sawyer.months' or work;jI had'the'most distressing pains, and .::, 'and fitted up as,\a.Billbrd 6aooata4'

:} Grace, Mr. Robt Stone, Mrs. Martha INVALUABLEFAMILY JOS B. LANCASTER my limbs were terriblY;swollen, ,I.have used Bar Boom, the spacious premises CormerIjoT
four bottles of and they have bed by'Government and occupied by'/JoffLancaster.
;'' 't Geiijef, Eliza Miss Sauls,Emethy COMPANION.SIX So. Circuit of Florida. your Sa1.tlparillaz
Judge dbnefeie more thairone: thousand dollars worth He has also just finished
1r Gunter James Sparkmau, Alfred ] ; ajplesdiJ
t Tuos. F. KING Sol. for .
r.. Green,Louis Snell, Miss Carry Lectures Causes,Prevention and Cure West F Compl't.Key 18-18. of'g bd-I am miich bett r.' 'Indeed Ham Bowling Alley,, connected, with hUestablhl-

.t't.! Gray,Affy Miss T of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the February, 9m entIrely;relieved. You are at liberty. use meat andy at present' the only one is Jsekra

. '.;: H Taylor, Alfred Heart and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 this for the benefit of the afflicted. villerwhich will be open thQ.PnhliiB.oa3l_ >

j: .: HuffhamJehu V engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- HOLMES & CO. Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMM1NGS. day next,:.the";23d:October.,,, ,As he h 3,Ixta it
Mail to any part-postage 9 M cts. ; great trouble and. to affprd tiii iaoffil
s!;; Haddock,Joseph Vaught,Joseph : ,COULD NOTWALK. H ;expense ,
i' Haddock,John S. 2 Vaught, Isabella Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. M. ESSRS. HOLMES &'COn have removed 'ThatJDfTownsend's: Sarsaparilla the very of..healthy};recreation> he. .trusts',ia..uertItlt
IF Higgiubotham,David H. W Mail to I any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling their' 'stock {.Merchandize 'to'the' large bestVemcdy for female complaints:there is .will. be rewarded. .: .. t

Higginbotham, Harvy White, Rev. D.L. Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal building formerly occupied by the United States, no,disputing; thousands .and _thousands .of : ;JOHN.CLARK will always, keep.o.11wd t&t

.. tt:: Harris James Weightman, Manuel Supporters, ; perfect, S3 to 510. for all known as the Government B1 i ding. They weak d debilitated'? fema1'' \were'pro choicest LIQUORS",and }HAVANA MQJ Sf

:..: .: ,' J Wilkinson, Asa Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels and Womb have added to their stock, by the l arrivals trated::l.by:those diseases to which females. rid'.he; .feels confident' that no; fault',vifl be

.. Jordan' ,Dillon Wheejer Horace Z. and Weak Back and Chest; sent by express from New York. afull assortment of Dry Goods; subject'were soon in the enjoyment"of robust found*." '.with'" ..him, "in' "this' particular., ,'
2;: ..' It UesfMiss Penelope everywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &

j: ",i j.: Krone. ,J.IL 1C Wilkinson, Elisha foot Rupture and Supporters, give height from head to I. which they ,are prepared. to, sell at :reduced. 4- 'New'Yoiiirj- ''S p.::'23.((184DB. ?.- Jacksonville" .* 'Oct.21,84$-'.-, 3 "'_,
circumference .
't JOHN M PONS, P.M. of person next the surface prices. .TOWKSESD-'Dear'Sir: My wife'hasforthe'l '

Jacksonville, Oct. 7th, 184tS.NO'rICE. ,just above the hips., If Rupture,mention They are,now pr p red purchase Cottons, st ypar been very sick,and in'a' greatly CAEC1NED' :IPLASTER PABJStF.CdGGINS :, .
which Agents wanted for the sale of the Hides, and other produce ofthe at the :
country, ,
reduced state of health being ,reduced Hy a ; & CO., 'of'philadeidii eoa.
above goods. Address: Dr. S. S. FITCH, 707 highest Market rates, and make'cash advances '
of complaints such females
yariety as are liable "manufaeture 'CAXtCUlIEDPLASTER'otl&.whitest'and
!' wilt be made to the next Broadway, New York, post paid on consignments to their .friends in Savannah ; : "
to., she.go s bad t.I ngththatshe'was entirelyrunable 'finest' Sf
APPLICATION 1 1848. '."" ;
April and 3-"A
Florida for an act ly Charleston;orNewY 'k: to walk,and was as h elpless! .as a child; that can be prodnced/at the Ipy rate of|;$11
; .\ incorporation to authorize a company to con- TO FISHERMEN.The They have a new article of Wrought Iron shq commenced ..using'your Sarfaparilla, .and cali'pcrbarrel1resbly .p\1tfup'.iuX !.
struct a Rail Road from Cedar Keys or someeligible Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call she '
,.. ,immediately. began.t6 regain,her strength, shipping eondititlbp. ;; : '
point on the Gulf coast, to the St. Ma American. Net 'and Twin nianafaeriug the attention of Planters. < her complaints:(left her,_and nit er.taking sevef ALSO;O8TEREOTYPEPUSTER$",

.;.,fli ry's River, or some eligible point on the Atlantic Company, Jacksonville. ,_Nov." "6,i_1840._ t, 4-s" ,tf'r ral: bottles she is 1estor Being singular and:LAND :LSTERat89cts.aMth7 1 : '

f coast or the St. John's River. WM., STONE, AGENT, '. easel thought..it might do'good to publish it.- .Direct orders to the prOprietors.f as2bflsd4
TYPE ', '
;3;.:' August.6, 1848. 3mExecutor's No. 56 Commercial Street, Boston Mass. FOUNDRY .1. She used l ft number ofretIetbatdoie1er phia. or: $o .JOCAVENNAUOKNew'O4
. '
- ..; FOR SALE-Seine: Twine 59Go1d'Iotherf Ann street'N;_,York: no good previously.; ,. v"Y6ur8r respectfully, leans.P.C000INa&. CO ,
1 f Fish I
Notice. OFFERS nnHE subscribers have taken Norfolk .'l, 'f.',
f : ,'and theTypel'ounjL'dry : ; ,Jt l.N; :"rENr.8l -. Phll .1'L-r
Twiues 4'ri -
of all de ** '
i ; MONTHS after date,Ishall apply to the and will continue'the"business ll"'fj -",,"_, 'tcllf -
SI{ scriptions-Corks Leads .Ropeing &. lately ,) .. m _
4 & i
; r. \ Judge of Probate of Duval county, for a, Also, all descriptions of Net. and SeinesTur conducted by Robert' Tailor. They will attend : .'rtr<.'fOTHELAUESb, f. -" .
l-t: : final discharge from Executorship of thiEstate tie Nets and Seines-Fishing Seinw 'with' -' to nil orleia thb7 ?UiLj' receife:'ith punctfiality :qEATFFJLLELEDIqIN..p IiOTICETQ. TKESFASSB8*;

, :.\' of James B.. Roberts,deceased. without bags-Cast Nets, &c,. &0.. ',Persons'and in' and d18patch.":All the Type manufactufed by' JJOWNSEND'S, .aSAPitiiL w\:is'a'sovereig A JJ:,PERSONS bereaftespssjtelands -

j:k. Jday 6th. ., 1848. WM. B. ROSS, Ex'r.J' want can have DEScBiPxioN of Net.' -:Seine" them will be'U &Oit'and: 'the1.*111 furniaUkindfPrWcrs'Jfaerialof 1 and'speedy' ''curV. for-S..incipient consumption" ,,and ft* ,of this:\;'undersigneiL')lying$9!

' made to order and shipped to 'tli ir address._ thebe s t aaI- foi':4be: ,genna1.I postratiou'C f.U 4 n '-*-"* mouth";of the River St. Johns fwm the gl tN
; ., Diival JTIilitiu Claimants.THE ty> MrrJ.:ArT. Overend'is;still lfori h 4 i.'' J' Saw Mill at Hamrd *
they will please name length depth and size of employeilin matte j wiete;the,: to the Southern bow '
I.jt nbn.cornmikssionedofficers and privates mesh in their orders. Letters, Of inquiry superintending the;:manufacturing departmept.: or.cusesrditcedby I ( 'ixreg1anit.-' :illness, .oact4eit,22. ry of:that :irac'k'of :land'bon" "tJi..tkb.

1 14 Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' com- promptly answered(by mail or'otherwise. Proprietors ncwspuperswho have pot odivertised .. ; '.?i' "u. f'.1'1---. Grant*,reijher by,|cuttiijg ':dow J wf*
:, rurueSjFloridaMounted MilUiafor service in the Boston, Mass, Sept.9,1848. 3m for' the Eubscnibei'1io" may publish .N p't1 g ca" :}e. iii risij t:it. Iu. or\ether UDt e2" 'jgrbwin.: upon' sa ."
ij t: y'ears 1838-9,who have not yet signed the necessary this?notice for three, months,.wil.be entitled toreceitepay tigorating-.v effect?+-on'the.; uinanfraine, Je carr1 awa1.IDT wood ortohberlyii>ar,.

f t papers,relating to their claimsin the hands Fifty Dollars'Reward* : iri type, on'purchasingufive times son s al)%eakfe s i di lassituoTeVffjoia laiinjg jt ,said lands, will be dealtwith>cordIng| 'I't.
ofthe.undesigne4arerequestedt4 doso without VILL BE.GIVEN'BY mount of their bill for Mvertisingt "'T* afon become robusi and full bf energy'undif DiF U'jlmons ttui iahbf"-'the /ilMuidatiojis

(Llk : ; delay.// The papers to be signed are left with ,undersigned', for"'the apprehehsipn ,THE;; .91df1Pe! taken Ux, exchange for"new at.9'otp: ; its influence.' .tf?iBunediately;.comBteracts|tie 1fitJi..tisfac1O';,e'vidnce ofIny' cbfe; t

1 i Col. Pons, afc the Post Office, or maybe signed, t and,safe .delivery.intoi the-.1 1 perlb' '. ,, t. t 1". ) ,..7J t.ai nerve1essuess. ftte female fram'etjrhjeliisB| ;or-!| resp' S'"-T ndisni to' e ini9jJiat
;tP at infbWce. OREUORYYALE, "; IjJowlng ;:irtrlThfiTypiBlifith; ? ?which the NEW8; t."f''L:'tre1lJ1U+ 1..M" ".. oittiItbeIui "," sh aH 'be'
Diival County'Jail, ; of the fol-- grea ., ", ., ,' -.i .
; ;
Duval ; $ "
cast t ;
,- Agent companies. to wit:Tenis >' i printed, was :> this establishment*,, ohlJ"I' : .$* rdd PALMET .F ZB'

cn! Jacksonville, March 4,1348. tf negroes boy Georgiana, a girl, ,arwbman and whAt Hannibaldva chil-< '- t '".r:; SucceBsors'WhiTINGTAYLOR 'deU".tJ"a nature,eRsawff to' certff pates,pf curesperforniedbut' -T''Oct-. l'IICt1JJ",..,;'1048.. ":':"V1'. ", ,'''. '"":$,;.r-,.,."I\'
dren.theabove named-Venis :: Robert. Taylor.Febu19l648 .- ) :: we jam 1issu.rctbwalicIe&tJat : 't".
W 4AdminIstrat6r'8 Notice. might haye borned -t-
4 since she,!Ixas beenabe; at. supposed to: .C't 'Jj JJbt, hundreds f.. ."!$) 9D ... ,'N6T1CB

: VlilfPERSO.S interested in therEstate, of ortbr,and Ellick, ,b: .two. '' '. 'MiiiiT : die' -t-: -\ :.TOW"UrUj< JV' greftty 411. Xir. 8ilft'., 'd 'fefti. ;J. .
; ; AiES'Blaclet > .
LLthe late Joshua Miller I :i; 'd ; e!
r. : ; arc hereby notifiej ;The,above f jigitiyo,* .have.been ." I $, .i ng l ww;" by4kncsUu4 .d. :'aceo' 'd' 'ad '
;i;; J: Thai'on, ,the l t'daj' January, 1849' ;I .1'.e,VJpHNvJJacksonville. *''l'ON& silk'-.a'.tn. es.U6s'TJ' :-.I--mce.1,Ubt. ii ffenngw.tft_ % 'A.WtthVtt tJ.,e".':'M.lf'un n.. Wlr t d J" ':1.te'W'' )_ ..
tOnsobb1n5 CbeckedCambnjd '? Jtj4 itP vff7i < t T .
iL1 shall present my accounts"and che.r8, S Am' : .Mas.251 1848.; ; ; ;,:White',1 r,X4nei dtm.... enlUes... .. i. .tou.t'JQC 'sedtithe'U'i. uudgpbsrh1ch '
: Drl1
jnlnistrator, to the'Hon.Judge,of Probate,in -r *w, ;- -1- l..tP ;:7 ; I !; Swisl JdgingfFf Combs cl Bob'\ t Dl < z.A: ,. ..if !. '.'log "'n".r'.an\l.i ,.. _CS' r,a.n lletn'jJI L"ot'S.cc '
; and for Alachua County, for,a' final Settlement Qeo dac lB j Net She1l Id ; sin \hndreJ bearzng1 b1, '. "O {' I't.-' > ,1 "tlr'il .
QI es
} r t 'Ii 'l'N r.etomme.o ff\ .81lf Yo
POR 'P1tot ecl fo"n cta'ftnd'LrowDSTsfrtIngs'T"JJ;Ciitt t t.' Jt- ,...h'f? ,
1i 2 knit dischdrgo'from the further administration 'Ci rJ'B no. iD3'To: ccinpa.p ; J xit.rBl.' ea .l.jf "aippMcd iW'-'j-t.9"i ''E6a-f-" .. .". ".J."n ) of..
44 of f aid estate- an-1 sbalVpniyiv'distributionthcfebf4' : rik ; Quiabunii- .e3'all d otSazaanuaand 0 t "
( ; 1ust1)ece14 I1ji.1I: 1ellahamIforsleby gl.IIQ ".I'G o"otJ' $ 1J1re q.WMj4j1VSdr
f ; JOSIAH KyKlNtJEW.vAdm'rNewnansville 8tnipesPa$4eri; mff &. &.:j ; n:'fAftBalr1 .- t her it : !' .
.. i7n a )jpcrlod removed rt.t
.,. .' ., : <.... "i' .' gaveiffie fiercoa- I1eta1enot1c:4 :: : "
"' l 11tSt e htd : krtAckacvfl1MaIh3
July iStf 181S. 6111 "J"-I; Y't2t" ". "','. : Pi- .' .. .m4"Jl.BED.| ; J 22f.9.YI: > 'tf, 'ffl; vJ : 1' pwnti '11 .r !. 9t.cJ} th ,. iB& ;.1'f. .. 1nnTI' ,fI't. ri{.PAJU.1.ot. 'Dn,. _
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