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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: April 28, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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--' _--a-a. 1 I THE ItM FLORIDA CUrle.eOll RESOLUTKMia.. t If.ad. \

Tho very excellent resolutions w hi li hlvyu tI

.a..4aA | been adopted by the Democratic State Cenv p. '. .

.. D tv.ar iIIUDAT, two of Florida which wo hare hereteft pab-.
IL"hcdleem to harts produced dismtis&etfea in/'

..iJ, a. s.vaa. t certain quarters, where the .good of the par -,

An nrrr C na 4iJ VU. ty" is held tol be the paramount consideration

DUE POLIOS AT t'.UD Or ADJD 1Jr IDIDAt 1DII1UCOmA In a choice of the issues now presented to: the. '

0Ih country. It would be enough perhaps to say,
that the state of Florida has expressed opinion
will be la twd at O Dot? I in reference
tq tho question of slavery in the e
-aUDet..for the fiat ln-enia" aM __. territories concurring with those announced '
tor each-,6 IDbIrqam1 OM. Loiter once FrindfUt saws th* Ft.t,hYeL. Alabama and Vil'3lnb; and having already br

and DO one. will be considered I. than .. ezpresscd ourldmlration or theirbo dneis ana
UTI.] truthfulness,wo could no higher compliment ''
it. express
ABfrnttiae April It, 1R4H,
[:.. 151. to tho State
of Florida than by declare
wQl be made to those wbo sirenis by ing. that,at the earliest occasion, she has also

The sea and the sun are salubrious of healthful but as I said above,r lID fearful the fUBeojKO,I American people. I do not to vouch I taken her stand on that Platform now uniting : ::1:?

enrrcWai.n Joe Luttrttf sdotiautra energy and Influence which are projected with the revenue they will receive, will not be I for the accuracy of all then pretend representations, I, In its support tho people of all the Slarvhold- ? !{

tto these roks will COlt $ ,. into its atmosphere from natural resources tufScieat to sec them through the first '. I although I do not entertain a doubt that they I lag Sbles."c never supposed that at ''any; i iI

Ohtditors. 450. and which are taken into the by the ez.ice, with a stable Guiern acnt. i bare been honestly made and are sincerely I| time there could be on any question entire

rli6tAarrt.Will be charted 810. system U.eufO a vices. from our correspondent at It has been moreover urged to me that the I unanimity among the Slaveholding States.-
aDd utated orditary process of respiration. For these QueretAro to the 3d inst By th en I learn that treat obligations under which I hare been I t Much less did we suppose that human nntuM'I j,

nettle promptly oa rcssins I believe a summer residence here,to there was a quorum of Concress then and that hitherto placed by a largo portion of the I had suddenly become no purified that with the i

><. be for more efficacious in the removal of pul- there will be a meeting in the course of tab of the United States, the full force of which peerplc ,' inducements and hopes developed through the
mad week. Added to this number, there were nine I be sensible agency of an approaching Presidential Election .
: and bronchial di*esuw than a winter no nova can more of than I am. demand
!at m resort I.r irt ailleis. left thU tin oo Sunday I aim kara that I that I should not withhold tho use of there would not be some who would seekto
rcsidtecc ; the experience of lhoe who have the Govrrnmcnt WM in high spirits at tM my cover u defection from their duty by the plea
Sir.-At your request I pros name if it shotiM be requested ; and I have
views of the podrtH ancr, confirms this opinloo.In .- poets of peace. They had nut then received been reraiadcd of frequent ileclarations which oran absence of the circumstances whose press '

t.cmePt of my In0o- all ordinary ca cs of pulmonary and bronchial tho ratification of the trrstr, but supposed It I hare made, that whilst life and health re lag exigency would make a certain course of .
climate of this ancient city In n> would be ratified by the United States with theexception conduct a duty, and a very high duty.'e
attacks if taken in the incipient mains man h bound to render hh best services .
health of afflicted witk stages of the have been content,thcrcforp, to let the be -
section in reference to land anny
persons the call of hh
I
have no doubt but that a residence i In this climate upon country. I I gathered without tho
and bronchial disc- I under-, claims--at that date there was no opposition to Since mr return home, I have anxiously deliberated preliminary calling cf
will be found more beneficial than an b- the treaty in the Mexican Senate and litUo the roll. It would do little good to bring to 1
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deiir* "+ views as founded on very upon my duty to my myslf. to my
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and ob f\'ation. laud residence. There Am witnesses among in the Hou e of deputies.We principles to my frinds, and above all, to mycountry. I I light those who on such an occasion would be \
experience : I the living and the dead, who hare made the have dates from Chihtnh to the 30th The conflict between unaffected found absent; and we were content to let all I

from New England where un- ult. Durango to the Sid, San Luis to the 39th, desire to continue in private life my as most con- who do not desire to be with us, be against us.. .
of arduous professional scr- same thorough test of this climate, by a considerable and Zaeatcrat to the 2&h. The news is unimportantunle genial to my feeling and condition, und I But it seems that to be merely not with u* i ii

ILh gave way. I at length became residence therein that I have and is approach of our army from wishes faithfully to perform nil my public my duties not sufficient. Some other and more open duty
who have found the result of the the North and thdrenrsrrmcnts whh the Mex must be performed. And in obedience
experiment has been painful and tmbn.**in*. If I
by repeated pulmonary attacks. I theme isms be true. From aU directions the presume, to such n requirement, mart be attributed -
1 as I have and whoso testimony has prople, refine the use of mr Dame,and those iuiariout
purposes cams here to try the' cf- as well as the State Governments, breathe a the opposition which a little while nina r
should
been laid before the consequences ensue which hire been so
; and having tested it for public.There spirit of peace and all cxprcn a determinationto confidently predicted by friends I should I, was multcM ,nnd now more plainly) cxpressttl.ajpiinst .
I is at prevent resident in this city, a the Government.The my the principles)which have been declared
support present incur
both summer and winter justly their reprnr.chc,anil the reproach
yearn gentleman from New York who had been health of the hu somewhat inprovnd I by tho States to which W e have referred,and
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indeed be worth army > es and the of my own heart; and if.on the con I
c may something prostrated by hcmoragc of the worst type. He ,although I saw Iii corpses pots along trary,I should a* riit to the use of mr name, which have given them the high distinction of
He the street to-day,followed by an escort. whatever the result might be, I shod bcinif tho vanguard in the first march which
came here early in tho lCUOo-hu ese 111"I :
a true case of pulmonary affection encountered The police 01 this city h good-oo disorders 'both.I I have therefore finally d<*c. I Ied to the Slaveholding States have ever made towards
with impunity all the changes of the or improper conduct occurring. f m I..W. lave to the National obtaining the recognition of their right
incipient tinges of the diwaso ; Convention which is i to RJoI
1'r winter within the Their !florts hitherto hav been purely defensive.
coast climate and has been I
semblrn eat June, the conxulcrnlion of
1'e has been conducted,solely, my Entitled: the
ca to of their e
VERA CRUZ CORRESPONDENCE.YcaA : enjoyment property
j i I constantly pining in flesh and health since nuneln connection with such othcn as may
ofthe climate aided alone I I.avbeen listen
they content to
patiently
,
9 1844.
Can
April ,
the first month of his residence. pre renlnd tail, nuke a selection of a suitable
to discussions in which its
has been
riz naiunr. E L DCLTA: The mail armed yesterday candidate for President of the United States tenure
The city affords comfortable homes invalids ; is'.cl I.and the most d t4lrc an1 of theirf
to
from the city of Mexico bringing dates to the open
medicines, have been, air ends rer. and what errr rmr br the i issue of its fair and
both In public houses and private families, 4th inL from the Capital. The chances ofpeace full dclibcrationsit inert with dings and privileges exhibited by those who,
will dromptand
that abroad there is a senti my intent
on u project of rabid illu-
and posies at least the attractions antiquity are becoming every day more doubtful, cheerful uie-c cc. It will be**n from philantropv '
to the virtue of this climate tram the virtue of the fthoir
religion
by slaughter <
and even the Star, which advocate
was an
in Its dilapidated relics of pant prosperity paper what I have related,tint there was reason to an-
invalids in search of health. M of peace, and I have no doubt cocwcicnIkxuly tia'patcthat I would declinefivine consent brethren, and purchase the experiment ofa
YI I strength. An excellent Physician of my the of the horrors
contradicts this rcntiment In a man believe that the Mexicans desired it, tote use of mr mUM as a candidate Car the Utopian equality at cost of
I, skill and science whose services are at command scrmt now to be in doubt. The Monitor thinks Presidency of the United Slates. Owimr. a servile war.
calculated to forestall per- The
my course of few has
resides here ; and the institutions of religion that a durable peace cannot be made unless A- hap to this as well as other cnsw.'s many of a yearshowever
the place I arrived in the nrrican troop remain in the to sustain served to satisfy even Jhe most+ sceptical that f
frioniN
arc enjoyed under the several forms country my and f itowcitizni have nvuvrd a th.calm
conduct which the Southern
Stairs
The first two or three'I the ofl I the Government The Government party K of preference forAnd directed their attention to
Episcopal Presbyterian Methodist under circumstanced well calculated
course, in favor of but when preserved so
perceive no special change, in I per; we come the distinguished names of other citizens of the
Catholic Churchc The invalid traveller here !II I to think that this party It composed of about United State I take pleasure in trul clair- to excite, was very far from producingthe
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health, if this
my may except pee find home In his +i one-eighth of the ) be be effect that was cither deisred or might hate
'!I may a sojourn, where be will pt"Ople.1t can hardly lat that I hate no regrets to rxpreMno com been
: the unfavorable'ymp-I expected. Calmness was mistaken for
lured that this which Is held in
meet with some of the advantages, which dis-1! minority, pow- plaiatt-no reproaches to make on account of
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increase. But in the indifference or perhaps for fear,and our gentle \
the
course of cr only by presence of the American Army such which I
any preference am fully -
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the punua.d'd.Dfe
IraV tinguish cultivated
of butchers' r
more circles society seem truly inclined to think that
enduing,gradual transition was can make peace wbidi will l( restricted generally founded on honest and pat.riutic t
I at the north. I I by the great majority which U adverse to it. I conrktions. H. CL.\V. the Southern States would in tho course of a
time
this
began to recover,, I few years be found to submit to the second act
There views really think,like the Monitor that
; arc my oftbcn.lrlntaCSol'lbis'city peace cannot Ashland, April H, tats.CorterpooJm.ctof .
professional services. My lungs ; as a place of resort for invalids from the bo made unless we leave an army in the of a drama, the 'first of which has been performed .
with such in the action
; nearly free from pain. Now I country. The Annexation rtyn the places consumatn folly
north and the reasons of the Mime. 'I occupied br our troops U becomUr more and the CMrlew&.. ; of tlu British P.rlitmenttowardsthe West India

Yours truly, more fom Since the armistice U In .ASIIIIG-roar, April 15, H13. colonies, in the celebrated Emancipation
linen in the interior of n- Act. It was not until thus awakened, and that I'
It. K. BEWAIL force, you have no Idea of the progress that Charming Jirgro nuCAa"i1fJ 1'l1 rtl,
Ga rgia. In eucry instance hog party has made. (fut very recently, that these States have found '

found the climate of this city pre From tAt ,: O. Deft*. The Anncoalkxusts want nothing but annex On Ucdncsdar, when Mr. P.ilfn-r wsne.xntiatinf it wise wit ol"' the nettle danger to pluck the i

whole. The same is true of cv- LETTER FROM MUSTANG. ation. This party is composed of all the Hex on the bmutics of frou ncrn.' in (lower snfhtJ, aUld to determine that in all the
jeans who have }Jatachusetis,and about iratdlie branchy of Government they were entitled to
been Gotcnmcnl
ve ,'IKitrd.lf I the climate CITY or Mexico, April 3,1818. employed by our > penkin, an
except EDS. DELTA: As I informed you In my last Than men are looked upon as traitors gent, interesting and charming boy," who wI an assurance that the rights they held under
which 1 believe to be without the newt of the ratification arrived here on br their countrymen who take every opportunity the companion of bU son,and bade fair to rival tw! Constitution should be preserved br all the P
.
which that instrument aflhrus.W
Saturday and Maj. Graham with'the des to insult them whcoercr they can da it hioj in intcllrctual pursuits if nn ill rut3 bl.* gunintrrs
facts arrived with threatened Pmviilrnce/ bad nut taken him 31 r.Johnon *have,from time to tune,and with our best
which have passed under my| patches on Sunday night. Our Government impunity. They are sum- away to the consideration of the
uhilitpn.'SCnlld
and within the circle of I at home have some very singular ways times and I have no doubt that their lies > of Tcnnr ice, pertinent asked the tentU'* Sluvihu
my ,I of doing business. Every dAY that we delay, would be la danger should they remain In the man if he would have consented that this iIingStntesthevariousqumtiutuwhich '
in them have l b rn agitated in reference to their institution
reasoning upon charming boy should become the huilxind of
in case the treaty shall bo ratified br both country after the departure of our troop
not only as it mixht, be affected br the
I led to notice the peculiar proper- countries, may lose us the lives of bun rrds.of hb daughter t Mr. Palfrey nnswvn-d the in- prv-but +I
vise i which bears the name of Mr. Wilmot,
of this favorable the of I tcrrogntonr by sayinjt-!tlwt the usa:e* of so-
city, to the veteran troopL'hat was use the President Wig o tAt &kifltlWr Sun. the and insidious
by more covert proposition
health. sending the treaty here as ratified without CINCINNATI, APRIL 12, 1848.Ilrammitto slew would not permit this IIlhl 1 that he would contained in the letter of Gen.trass,and which
authorizing some one to lay it before the Mexican you the following important introduce no one into his family who would be the of Mr.Wilmot .
winter months, I hare remarked Government Still such is the fact I un communication from Henry Clay, which has I diigreeable to them or to his friend*! Since though '*denying I'rovisorecugni'ew constitutionality in another body,

of temperature,though trans- demand. I suppose there are to be several just come to band. his published by his authority Intelligence that time the debate and the has been publish find the in the we n>.an the people of the Territory, the power '
i caucuses held Washington bin-fore lam. question an..wcrI
sudden arc lese here than in a : intended to be exercised by Congress under
have been omitted. This morning 31 r. Palfreyarme /
This is a peculiarity which is in missioner will be appointed, and then Mr. $e. TO THE PUBLIC. I the advice of Mr. Wilmol. Never has their
to a personal rxpbnation, and mid that
vicr will come here with for new The various and conflicting which
powers negotiations reports been during the period of our whole history a
a law of climate on the coast. I. if the report in the Union was correct, he misapprehended
and prepared to conclude and exchange have been in circulation in regard to my intention spectacle more gratifying to the Patriot, than
and at the south, I have remarked the ratifications. If he should arrive with respect to the next Presidency, appear what Mr.Johnson said;otherwisehe these Southern States have exhibited when

fa the neighborhood nftke tern in hero within a reasonable time,and then lav the tome to furnish the proper occasion for would hare made different i ifsponsc. And rising superior to the temptations which a sue-

water,than it is in the regions remote from it trcati,ratified by our tccn4tc.bl-fore the)fcx- the full, frank and explicit exposition of my be wanted to know whether the gentleman intended ct-sstul political contest would produce, and
to insult him. 31r. Johnson
It alsocouler in lean Government it will probably be ratified fcclinrs wishes and views upon that subject, recapitulated scorning the shackles of party obedience when r
fa summer. The easterly winds by the Mexican(Congress. Such is the opinion which it is now ror purpose to make. With a what took place on the occasion to which they were required to be adopted and coupled

winter,though somewhat raw are nevertheless of the friends of peace among the Mexicans, strong disinclination to the use of ror name again reference was made,and insisted that the qu1- with the surrender of their rights and their

greatly modified in their passage along as well as the well I informed among our own in connection with that office 1 left my lion was a proper one, in view of Mr. 'alfreY'seulugiumo charuch, they affirmed that their votes could
and over the although I must confess that I am not residence in December last under determina the nr ro character,of thccharm- of thu
Gulf Stream, a body of "'Iter. people; only be cast for that man as President
disclaimed
*** 60 miles wide sanguine myself that such will be the result tion to announce to the public, in some anita lag negro boy. any intension United States who would give to the countryhis
the flowing northward from and if we pretend to open further negotiations We form my desire not to be thought of sin to wound the grntlcmans feelings or to inflict pledge to respect and preserve in every ,'
tropics,and to the north of Cape Hatteras,I for the arrangement ol the article stricken out candidate. In my absence I frequently expressed an unkint cut; his intaition was to show thatlr.l'Dlrey' manner undiminished rights and privilege
u I found by I bv and thus altered have but to different gentlemen uaw}Ua 's professions were not in accordance -
experiment retaining a tempera- our Henate, my < of every portion of the Confederacy. Th
tore corer 70. The easterly winds on this slight hopes that any good will result or that DOS to be again in that attitude but though no and high with estimate nis practice of ; and that his good and honor sense openness and unanimity with which thw determination -

ant are divested I we will eventually succeed in conjugating the acne was authorised to publish my decision respectability was made carried consternation Into
of their usual revolted at alliance wedlock
an by
nor do asperity treaty.In I one way or the other, karma reserved the so repug those place where the best interests of Uw
they frequently brfhg rains but usually reference to the ratification of tho treatyb 1 right to do so exclusively to mysdy,on reflection nant.. countr were made to sutwerve the small purposes

dry blow. In summer I have found the air )' the Mexican Congress no difficulty will arise I thought it due to my friends to consult \lr. Palfrey t is or was a Uni'arian clergymanof of party successes. Threats wen made, .
Massachusetts
Deitber to hot nor sultry as it is inland where about the section in reference claims of I I with them before I took final and decisiveAccordingly a gentleman of 1'100 moral attempts at intimidation were resorted to; and
character, and of intellectual worth but, on
respiration batten land In Texas or the acquired territory, If unconnected ; these measures of Our fiance having failed, we am ,
with sober reflection he doubt
Urain
ashamed
,
no
& The a suffocating; sen- with any other point. But taking r within the course of the last M next culled on to admire the tincenty of our
atmos there of this coast is noto this in connection with the alteration of the three month I bare bad an opportunity of of his laudation of the charming boy, and friends, who are utterly amazed at the great

I highly tai od,the process of evaporation tenT mode of payment,they mar hesitate. I da not conversing fully and freely with them. Many now records sought of the to suppress or It.expunge it from the danger which results from a our standing aloof

*to equaJir.e the temperature and so adapt- think the Senate has acted for the lateral of of them bare addreswd to me the stronftstappeals country. and blacks wry pretty to from the treat body of tho Democracy of the
talk.uaJiI1orwbit
but when
,
III i tt to of and the me earnest entreaties, both Union in the contest. \Ve han-
t the luni that our own country, by the manner adopting b approaching
one breathes freely and theory to be carried into practice we find abolitionists
The tho mode of paying the fifteen mUlioas ad | verbally and written,to dissuade me from exfecutisg every disposition to act with the great body of
front and of
I chanting
f:bythc intensity of the heat is greatly a- for this reason: Mexico, at prese&t, lies pros ray intended propose. They represented Uaeir unenviable ducmnvu creeping out the Democracy, but it must be on prindfle. If

lame' The afternoons and trate,by the natural course ot war,which could i I to me that the wi&draval of mr name that is laid aside we know no difference between

1'I J emuag are always cool and refreshing+ not have been averted. We have to a great extent would be fatal to ti*wees and perhaps lead wasrn-arar, April 17, 1813.. thu Whig and Democrat. And we have i

j air eihilerates; and on spirits and destroyed her commerce, devastated her to the dtssolstioa of the Mrtr r with wka I hare every reason to suppose that the "great .body;
It acts my enJ fields, broken UP the trade of her interior towns been associated,particularly la the free States roluala T3ef- Exaof v.tgrW.. of the Democracy will find it quite as Ineonf .
as
a stimulus to that I do not and cities, ana impoverished her people-l that at DO former period did there eiist so great The Abolitionists despairing of success in venient to stand aloof from us, as wo are likt-

*rom Utsltude here In the summer u I When we leave,her authorities of Government a probability of ray.cicelies if I would concetto their importunities to induce Congress to de- 1 ly to do from the threatened separation on .

Weet to do at the North. In the city of will bare to come back to this city,ted assume the use of my name; that the great dare IU the slaves in the district of Columbiafree their part. We could overlook the reluctance

*I bare often suffered more from the reins of power without any sources of in.vchUeOT Htate of,New-York and Ohio would ifl all probability ,hare resorted,more extensively than ever, of their ambiti*to their dutr. ,We might find
the beat
*I ire in this means of support exnept what we cast their rotes for me; that New-York to theft. Heretofore, one negro has been takenat an excuse for the "lingering look" at the
J city both by day and nijhL certainbestow her sy&rage a time. Emboldened by success fifty have '
leave them while at the tame time their car- woeU most loaves and fishes' with which mere party ;
.lLliItUrrCfreifccd, In the morning by rent expensct will not be reduced from what upon me than any other candidate; that Ohio suddenly disappeared, io accordance with the men would contemplate this separation from ;

lotheIsetrablod to ocu re during the night. they formerly were but rather, if ante thing, would give her rote to no candidate residing ia schemes previously concocted. Lost week a the -rules and articles" of sty spoils but e

f darner months this I believe to be increased; because they will not only have ureorganize > the slave Mtate but me; that there ba better schooner came all the way from Philadelphiato when we are gravely. advised, and when sovereign !
U the true their new and diflcre&t prospect than has heretofore at any time exisd sell a load of wood! The captain disposedof States are advised to revoke their opinion .
neighborhood on a
of the sea and amid for the army of Gorerntaeat, against ; that Pennsylvania would unite with then it at a sacrifice, so anxious was he to return cancel their instructions and direct their
.-d1 basis
internal dissentioc support which racy be brought I that no eandidate can be elected without the home I lie set sail early on Sunday morning, delegates to leave the question of Slavery to )J- ,
ie body of the atmosphere any of > af4raata, ceeeerrence of two of these throe States and sad t with him as a ab fifty ot the Territories theraselres-thoiio Territories in
the disappointed
M about by any I whom all of them the most valuable slaves of th city and Ceorge
001st k much more pure and healthfUl but the whole system of Government mart be none could be defeated upon which tho Shareholding State hare an equal .
Sa the ihhtc riot but motion all of which will be all extraordinarY I ahoold be united; that great numbers of our tow Some or them robbed their masters interest with any other portion of tho Union, ,
; I believe it to be set in and be met by cash in : fcBow
.11..1'r taedicliial. The various ingrcdjents of hand. expense Therefore, I must fbarfUl the roodeof birth who were deceived,and therefore voted whice were pockttable. A stenmhoat was des to the exercise of their pleasure, would prohibit '
am
& agency, which are perpetually will a **w obsta payment aAinatmeatthelaMckctioo, are now eager patched down the Potomac in pursuit, and ar- the citizen of the slaveholding State from
present
us adopted
: aM held to IOlutioD} In the sea cle'as by the Government ,would jooncr fall be- for an oportunity of bestowing their suflra- raagvmcnts were forthwith m..uJela Baltimore, living there, or removing his property there;
I from the atmosprodigious than after the treaty,as they gcs upon me;that whilst there is a strong aDdckdd through the telegraph for the arrest of the fugitives and when this is done In a Slaveholding State,
concluding
evaporation aad fore some reasonable d preference for me entertained br the I as they come into th rhcsnbrakr Bay. we are made to see and feel that pa dept acquiescence : ''
combinations of the mineral could then place failure on would nave DO ex- rreal body of \VhIfMrty throa the We hare tiny Washington nvurs in heart. has not been without its ills even a-

f the whose grand elements arc grounds whatever.whereas,If after,had they agreed to pay them nited Butts they-the friends to whom I t1-1 who come here from the iNurtb,nnJ. uiuk-r the mont ourselves\ that even here there are some
we
:. Impart to ills atirhoaP"virtue. clue six millions and the balance in annual feslalmcntft _are convinced that I am more available fuko of respectability, clandestinely' despoil who cannot or IT& not,see the true position in

It would have been more to our interest, any cnndidste that could be presented for our ckkcas of thdr property. which wu are placed;and that the plainest sug.r .


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lies'(i of dui and policy prompts. us to Informed lie tares e1ee&ed a*'democrat-frcra I r chat one Kid brca' if reed upon 'betwtfcn thOse 1. ,lntibtt at the mouth of 3i x lilto Creek, '- Rep+cblselki ItJ .- 'i I

taut tfct fcosiuon co iH.tlncrk assumed maiQ.\\ Jefferson county,a delegate the 8u Joseph'sconvention. peteS4 bof the Nueces were..- 'tbinceler thence ._I9a'iA1n's orwk'to tliX.JItMf _fit l. Branct e"P..W k+ Den .eerntlo 1ieeNrR Ir 6trs.."

I fit SlaveholdiB,florida.rotates.- Th policy alai x;>f and lie has since chaarcd his politicsand tied 'and In udl*? *d possosjen of Texan thence -hNCt1t the .;mil!<> .t on th eocrats r -At large and respectable meeting of 1W I It
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I cozens std Christ is on the west TomHi-.d. iansiirardir thbesaiEy of Orange County
must be abandoned. Our ibrboarancc has only become a thorough poiafa whig. If be Corpus along r convened at .
I whetted the appetites of our lues. And claims to follow the creed of JcAerson be was bank of Ura of Dist iet Na Vta its urteraectioc i till, alter the a etrntaaatnt of the .

while we feel and know that' we are justified never a thorough ftl OM. We will quote CASUTS M. CLAT-good anthority with DI tdcfNo. I.thence westwardly along; Weda ed.y the 19th April i ,
of No. 1 the mouth of Sb l
the south boundary ; "
the Constitution in the stand Col.
take
under surrender it without feeling we and knowing wecinnot We have: read bii speech and we cannot discover with the Savannah RcpublicaB-who Mile I'reek, the place of befinninic ; which I John 1. Marshall wu called to_"

that In axi doing we are false to ourselves that he touches one point involved is the in a late Kentucky $tate Convention,of which said District shall constitute District No.3, and and Virgil Dupont Esq.appointed secrefaW -*

and traitors to our children. Mil under discussion. He had a fair opportonitv be was a member, that exonerates Mr. Polk shall elect one Magistrate. I On motion of Henry A. Crane a
of the Whig. Beginning the Bellamy Road opposite I' of five was appointed nominate
to show hit zeal for and attention to the and refutes this strong ground
CASKICS M. CLAV has above hit Pico. thence westwardly aloof amid road to'
published of
stand hereas 1 vigilance for each
a
interests nnd vital too of his constituents -Tbottih a whig, I do not precinct In the
own name, In the New York Courier nnd Inquirer ones of the N. W. corner of the County of HL Johns
with the freedom !
i and that bill but that untouched the pfirtizan; I shall peak thence southwardly along the of f Whereupon, H. A. Crane WilloufhbjZjj
,a long letter in rrsponce to, by itny of very ; was ; go'bt trial tie WI t1tIl c boundary
I comment upon, the Hon. lIt*av CLAY late given to It and devoted bis talents to discu hl Tito rr.Pwvfciif 1 Aftt JIO P u brir IJ JI tits arwr.y to its intersection with Rice Creek, thence j sha, D. Dummetr, P. O. Hyrae and John HjjTt
manifesto to the nubile. This letter displays of must cstg I down said creek to $L Johns River thence son, were appointed by the chair.7,
He could rrit the TO tAT,
lng iKtlitir not ttmpt3110n I SHALL W THE PatS tT THK Janet
the animosity buts political along Mid River to the place of beginning '
feeling ,
The
and strongest personal, which the author does note to dabble, to the extent of his ability in THAT, n ALL ). I mil RUG TOT ntTMA which shall constitute District No. 4, and shall j committee of five after a short abac*
TAUO TBRlO
.n by any means di pod to dJKpiiIti. President making." The people did not elect Aunt silt MAtCH or OD. TO elect one Macistzatc. nominated as vigilance committees for fa

deed, he could not have written with more bitterness '. hint for that. GBAXDt .A.I slur CACSt OT OmxCXOa or 0. Beginning at the mouth of Rice Creek, Gatlin precinct-Aaron Jernigan WnL L

had he dipped his pen in gall. lie The removal of the public archives to Tallahasftce Tits WAJL" at Mr. Cab!n'attempt thence up said Creek to its intersection with by Minsha and Randall Maston. For JfrfrT!
says to Mr. CLAY: Nowld us glance a moment the west boundary of the County of SL'Johns villa precinct-Peter C. Hyrne and
Were I to clamc to ho your personal friend, was involved in that bill. Not one at "President maklne. lie says on thence southwardly along said boundary to Crane. For UealJ'

I might bettor, perhaps nccoinpliKh In}' purpose word did lie utter to keep the people,of Cast 14 of bis printed .b.NI condemn thcPresident the Su Johns River,thence down said River to Enterprise precinct-Virgil jh>

h ; but an I have never avowed l one c ass of ant Wtl Florida In posses ion of their lights page I btlicvcd unnecessarily the place of beginning ; which shall be known pont, John Simpson and Ora Carpenter. V

H sentiments whilst in reality holding another, I and property-(heir tilljp>deeds-which until for having,M commenced the war." as District No. 3. and shall elect two Mat.is- Smyrna precinct-John J. Marshall, Dot fe-

tell you frankly that, nlthmieh fnnn my earliest thi time have ,been and in of and unconstitutionally trates. I Dummctt and Asa Munson. For Volucia
youth 1 hail b ;n KHuelhing more than n I arc pone Tbe grounds of bIt belief amount to nothing 6. Beginning at the mouth of Deep Creek on cinct-James Martin and Washington SkaVT'which
cold admin'Tof yourclf, M when you fftl.rte"4.,1! the United State Dr a word be might have for he has contradicted himself throughout at the cast bank of the Su Johns Riser, thenceup

on the 14th of August, JB45, to the Virginia: di!po .xi of them to the convenience of his breath, and be baa not proved his position said creek to the mouth of Cow Pen Branch nominations were approved by thei&ci'
Springs friends nnd family to every thence up said branch to its head waters l ing unanimously.
t leaving your constituents; but nU one syllable has be uttered IIkeora moment's
murder me in my sick bOO,for vindientini:those relative their interests that thepeople ; but for the argument thence southwardly: to (he southern boundary | On motion of Asa Munson it was rcsoJuf
to
principles which you had taught m% in your except we will admit he has. Then to the point. Mr.I I of Su Johns Count ,thcnco westwardly along that the vigilance committees assemble '
tpefcheat leatt I ceased to l>c your friend, and on tho Gulf aide of Florida had to pay Cabdlaro. his preference for Gen. TATLOB said boundary to the St. Johns Rivrr, thence first in eo>As-.

became, bathe necessity of niy nature your higher freight because the Government needed : because "he U a whi
enemy. What I will say to you now, then,will small vcKxcli U Oh, yes! he did way same of minister the Govcrnnvnl on the co'erratite which shall be District No. 6, and shall elect r. members of I*.
have the more weight,beau will seat' that one Mnxtaraic.Beginning Log Mature.
you
the members of the Florida volunteers who bad
it comes from an honest, if slot an unprejudicedman jrineiflct of the whig party,with the t'Mt'l irn/iVn at the S. E. Corner of St. Johns I The following resolutions offered by Cap
; whilst shall: attempt divot mywlf of gone to Mexico had been taken sick and died. for h w ruldc." It 1.A matter of history, that County thence northwardly the along Atlantic Douglas Dummett were unanimously '

the individual and speak as the member of a Mr. Cabell seems desirous to create the Imprca- Cm. Taylor on the 4lh of October 1813, ad- Ocean to the S. K. corner of Di tact No. 2, after some remarks In of the oJopted

great party.He lion that if they bad not gone there they would vii th.President Mr. Polk through the Secretary thence wcstwoadly along the south boundaryof support same by
Ilurth'er nays to Mr. CLAT that it Is tho nil now be nlit. Well we don't know{ but he is District No. 3, to Moccasin Branch landing, G. R. Fairbanks Esq.
most universal 'Assts of war, to order the movement upon tRio thence southwardly along the eastern boundary I I Resolved That we cordially approve of;J*
coccurs that Jilr. CLAY'S name bring right. These arc all the allusions [Query.Illusions. .- Grande, and th* movrmmt was ordered of District No. 6, to the south boundary of course of the present Democratic administration
feat the that all the niensures which .-DEVIL.) he tics made in reference at. Johns County thence eastwardly along
on party; Then,accord ing to Mr. CiVfljGen.TaylorFivc, in to all the it has
respect questions
h! has ever urged upon the poop!", c\c'pt the the interests of his constituent in all the time and unconstitutional ladY cc.-" said boundary to the place of beginning; whicraid great
Missouri Compromise% haws been cnt.ed from t that he has been in the present session of Con- unnecessary district shall constitute District No. 7, and been called upon to act and have the highest
the statute book; mid that Mr. CLAT dcsc rtcJ f And the inference is irresistible, that if Gen. shall elect one Magistrate.KLXcrm feelings of gratulation in the triumphant

him n abolition qwvtion, but krpt him grcm.. Taylor had occupied the Prctidential chair then rmci.icn.OrJtrrJ cess of our arms engaged in a foreign war.
nt work with the rnrotintieinj' word, **Co m, Mr. Cabell expend.some breath upon the epithets be would have acted jut as Mr. Polk bas done, That an Election Pr cirfct be estab- Resolved That the to fasten
further about "British \ i "and) (Ward at Point the west side of attempt U"1the
good Guiitur/ He talk political Whig, 11exicanVbIga" and be then would have been obnotiou to the Magnolia on
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*' udiv lo the S:. Johns River at in its country the restriction known as theW&aat
assassination vicinity
and ).ingrntitude an his party have been called, and he or some place
Gen. Taylor;" and ak with u hitter; "near, spurnsthe charge of having "unsv ee a wily and unconstitutionally mot convenient to the inhabitants. Proviso is contrary the equality of the Staftsi:
Iden. Well, let us WM*. No matter what "
When did HEWRY "LAY >11tIre un enrmy or u- comnvncrd the war. ROAD DISTXICTS.OrJrrrJ and repugnant to the letter and spirit of tat,
friend lie conclu.l l with thi ticlarnt ion that the individual ferlinpv of Mr. Cabell'm.ty be, It may l>c saiJ that Mr. /Wk need not have ; That St. Johns County be divided Constitution and that we fully indorse the aeav

HEXRY CLAY can never bj President of thus he ban: affiliated himself with that party who** acted upon the advice of Gen.Taylor. This U into two (J) Road Districts ; tho first district timents contained in the Resolutions of the la
States." district to embrace the North River the Jack
leaders vcrc old .Federalists members of the
bitt than tli'w noar urr.nl. Mr. Polk was bound to Itacn to Madison convention that subject.
There ore pas* much nr convention and that sonvillc and Picolata Raid The second district upon
Hartford ulill rxl
to which we have rel.-rued. CASMCS has dHu party bit jpgcti"ns be was on the ground and wa shall embrace the Tomoka And Palatka Resolved, That it is the duty of the South s>
several ccci'ntric things lately. Our rnth re under/a now name \\biJt. Who will: deny text informed of all the circurmtanccs and if Road OrJfrrd further, that the inhabitants of maintain inviolate the rights acknowledged ass*

will recollect hilt curious iiiiiv;.riullotongr that that partv were opposed to the late war Mr. Polk bad not so acted be would have laid St. Augustine, residing north of the Market to us by the Constitutioa and that it
secure
asking indemnity fur certain: |IN rnitial i&|i|'.m 1 with Great Britain, and threw every obstacle animadversiont.Mr. shall belong to tho tint District ; those south
taken from him while pri" wn'r tu )Il icu.- in the of the micceiwful of If himv-lf open to of the llark"Un Di trio No.2. will not support any man for President of tb
prowxution
Whcther this be in his prosper vein, or whether way CaWI quotes one of the noncommittalIcttem Ontm/, That Mess. James Ri% Darius Allen !. UnitcdStatcs will not support and maintaii

too much funatiri hath tnade him sand, wo- particularly the Matftachuftcttx branch of it, of G tn. Taylor on the subject of thePm1dcoc and George R. Fairbanks he and are here- those rights.

know not; but certain it IK, the tnin h danger which has met with so much of Mr. Cabell'a ,. lie bad not then seen the recent by appointed Road Commissioners for Road Resolved, That we am opposed a Nat o.
WcnronosoothsJtyern. but Censur will favor?' That deference District No. I. .
ous. party paid great to the ,
letters of the old that be was rcadr to in
veteran al bank and a protective Tariff aad arc fats
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have 1 to bvwum thi ("I&iu-i roar of the British lion." OnsVrnThnt 31Csts.! James M. Gould, Thomas
Ch. lite. Ycir*. take a nomination from any party whether T. Russell and Antonio Canovj bo and of a constitutional ury.

0 The policy of Great Britain Into grasp all whig or democrat" thereby abandoning the they are hereby appointed Road Commission Upon motion,
'P rfs P s nod render the world tributary to ber. Herconquering had hitherto that he ers for District No. 2.
L e ca V'WS w w s.il Ii ground he maintained Resolved, That as the sense ef this meet
armies are over running tbejnut would nomination from what. I nttnr CCKTIIT that the above orders arc
except a no party that we cordially the nominate
April 99, lh1ls. and her out jccti boast that the sound of her truo and correct n< taken from tho County approve
ever but would be the people's candidate. R onh. JOSEPH DELESPINE, made by the $ladison State Convention.
.4 l'ri'ci'JlrIII'nt/ lruylc"' narrate drum follows the sun in his course round Nor had.he sari hn well authenticated declarations serf: of the hoard County CommrV. Upon motion it was ordered that these]"

the i lube. She cu bcntdf up too as mistrcxs that Jrt was opposed to the tariff or'.., Su Augustine,April 26, 1313.W I cecdings of this meeting bo furnished ta'fia

Democratic Stale Numiiinlions.. of the ten*. It Is notorious that all measures and in favor of the tariff of '46 that the Mexican ----- ---------'' -- Jacksonville News and :t. Augustine' Hfcnil
taken by our country to contcract her influence and that friend of hts > > on
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. war wan jjst one, no I for publication,-Adjourned.

JOHN! IL.TO5, of Jitck oti Connlr..II. have met with violent opposition from this very was opposed tel it;that a national bank was an J 9. JOHN J. )MARSHALL Chairman.V1RG1UR. .

C. DUPO T, of Guclidf Count)'. party and there very men. otxntctc idea. If the whig party under these 4 w.ocCt 13 1C M -S*_4ci I T 2:' DUPOXT, Secretary.

G. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. Joliu'Co. Was not annexation bitterly opposed by thisparty declarations will elect Gen.Taylor, they standa 0,
too while at the time knew y. Notice to Settler under rti
same they fair chance of t electing another Jara Tnxs. a ; Ot ca a. i's" tt ?
hat Great Britain wan using efforts to make "Q- IX 0 sirs Armed Occupation Act.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS. I. Mr. Cabcll in President making is a DASSTZJ: o
General Land
OfSct.
W,. P. DUVAL, of Loon Colt..I,. To&as one of her colonies J We might multiply and no mistake w.- : March 30th. 1841.Gcssnttus. .

i io'lancctf> without end,but this will suffice to But we will n<* let Mr. Cabell ofi'quite vet. _., CD.a.J CD .J .I a =; : .

FOR GOI"ER'vOR. how that"'British wbi o'" is an epithet not un Notwithstanding his laudations of and prefer- -it UNDER THE ACT OF 4th. August 1842.fai

WILLI..itt: CAIM:*.',of Jefferson Co. aptly I to be 1 bestowed upon such a party. I I I for 1idatc hold him to the I Q It t l AA act1.to provide for the armed ocesaV
cncc any oL> we J, 0 lion anJ .'tlelJlt'nt of the unsettled part of latftjninsula
"blp"'r cl'. Now that the"roar of the British lion" is dJit pledge nude by him to the people of Florida, a. b-409O>to GD w a ? = .rw O. of Eon Florida" and the act amendatory tOT'
tied lo his own subject, and there I is no dan that if the Presidential election should into pc. cr= e of,approved $th. June 1644,those settlers wW m
On Sunday lust the wreck of wchooncr of go
( u gertobc feared from hit interference It I. xa- accordance with tht, conditon and stipulations mratf
about 80 tons burthen was dixrovcrpd on the remain i, the House of Representatives, then be would QOGQ St f rd in the former act HATe obtained permit,which bps

North beach, about S mill, from this city, by to be neen how the whig party will ad. i give his vote for the candidate for whom the IP' pasa. : p tt" been confirmed by thin office aDd have proved the W
Now for the epithet" Mexican Whigs"The <2 t' t.c k of the commencement of their settlements withia a*
I vole of Florida had been cast.'e .
of citizens On her popular ,
fvtmo our reaching ; they i i axes year after the surrey of the land.hall be entitke'sjcertificates
found the h<;adlci trunk of a female in a Male whig party have strenuously oppord I hold him to that bargain, and the popular vote ;, A for the land embraced thereby on eosei

of great decomposition, which th.,'y buried on the Mexican War. They have used every effort of Flonda In Nomncr! next will M/ be forI ...zz oa 5g.5. d 2.- a ? jag with the following regulations,to wit.-
arwr fiVJsi
I c Each of such settlers shall by the at
First
to throw the odium on Mr. Polk. Their Gen. TATLOX. prove
Ic Cut
the spot a* decently n* circuin(tuticca would I *xr or ; = ig dub of two disinterested witnesses: and support 4
movement have bccd watched closely by the I Mr. CAAELL bas rsadc a figure as R'prcHcntalivc 0. tai
permit. Kcvcrnl articles of female clothing sorry c same by his own affidavit that h, had cleared
were found, among others part of u rich silk )Mexican. and they have derived *aid and comfort from FlonUi;and though the Whig n ao2 oos' z. y0t tend.and cultivated at last five acres of the laM .

dress fashionably made together with a therefrom. It I Ie.well known that thousands party so far u we bare been able to learn, 3 : g C+ g"r i z y braced by his permit and continued to cnldrttt 9same
; quantity after the a*
-. Pt -r for five consecutive yean from aqd
of men'apparel. There was nothing by of Corwin's speeches wherein he denounced pretend to approve his course it is but"damn. .,4 -J e -a mencement of his settlemnt under his permit .

which the name of the vessel l could bo ascertained. our gallant army in)cJ.ico.thieves In: with faInt praise." lie evidently baa placed oQAAAriAt/o : Mr.< Second-He shall also prove in like manses tW'
and robbers circulated in that had erected a house tit for the habitation of ms,
were country.Webster's himself in a dilemma with his party and
glfSg
The name on her stern bavin teencompletely'oblituratid r& *,
the land embraced his
I" had resided by
and Clay's speeches, too were-aid I with the people, and cannot sustain his position .' upon pens
by the action of the sea, .. the space of four year,nut following the brat j
with the exception of the letter PAT. Two and comfort" lo that stubborn people. We II as a leader of the \Vhg! ranks. lie has n- AAelnA------N.', > mAa the date of his permit Or if he erected his dt'

anchors and chain saved from her. should not wonder even if Mr. Cabcll speech tied hinm-lf up in a Got\lian .knot, and it will griJagga: P. and resided upon other land than that deteribti.Y11
a were ? J" South of the line nine tad teal Ssa*
4' t permit dividing
had found its
wa there. The Mexicans bYe
) take skill and tact than he to r
I Efforts are making we understand to ascertain more possesses w aad East of the base line: he shall enter aad ssf
hoped that a yrvnunciamenlo would take place unloose It. -. -- ---- market ill*
any clue to the discovery of her name and to the lana on which he resided,if in
r in our country and who will say that Mr. 'Ab! mr ro/xl fellow where have you been not already done so,before he can receive a cgs
hailedfrom ill i.
the whence she
place KUJ Cabcll himself docs nut promise it to them The Revolution in Europe still progrcsae for a week back l' 'For a teak fee/ I'm not for the land embraced by his permit. He atfprove

posed to be the wreck of the schooner '(sea when lie of the civil battle The last telegraphic despatch announces that troubled with a weak back, I thank you.' No, ,that be resided oa the land covered by**

which wan capsized about two month since on speaks great" to the Chartists defied the Government and still no,I mean where have IOU been so lone back.' mite to 15th. June 1844 when the aoundatoryaatllpassed. a.J
her from Daricn to Charleston, We be fought In November next the object of "g lack don't call me long back, 'scoun- .
t. passage hich is to DJUVK from thcjr high places the held their meetings, and thai Ireland had demanded drSL you Third,-When a settler ahall have died bu
shall give the result of the investigation next a Republic. expiration of five from the conunenoeawtl
t.j week. party now In power." Such things as these __ 0 _____ settlement,proof years of his e.mpliano..n&h the l

i L have tended to prolong tbe war, to increasethe Proceedlr. of the Boturat Count v i arrlf'a Male. meats of the laws to the time of Ws ceatk.M-
of it and the uaaccxftary C.l.n bed in the first and second of theoa rat*!k **,
Hlr. produce -
Cal
Hpeoech-\pla. expenses VIRTUE of a writ of fir. fa. Issued oat o<
At a mtctlag 0 the Board of Cone Com- BY entitle his widow and heirs to thft had I if m
i This "able and m." his ; fhedding of much blood. J Circuit' Court for the District of East Florida .
eloquent ifll' an partlzans mU ioocni of the County of Si Johns bcld at widow and if not. to his heirs al law shall l
would say has been printed wrapped, Ho much for "Mexican Whigs." the City of at.Au u0ec,coniattndog on Moo- be the County ot St.Johns I win expose to public. thereto to be held and divided by then '
safe,to front of the Coart House in the city of dt.AnKvtfiae 34 i s
franked and'put in the post-office Washing The stress of argument if it can be so called ., day,Id April, 1 US. oo the first Monday to Jane next, being the the laws of Florida.
i to*f
Prevent Hoo. E. B. The required by these regoUlioae
ton, and sent by mall all over Florida *lor certain. is to prove that Gen.Taylor! march to the : F. L. DASCT Gocu President t ith day of Jane A. D. 1943. between the legal hours ken before proof you or a Justice of the Peace WslowedandqasWledoresNots e
." Kio G rondo, 'bidi the of isle on that day, the following Unds and tenements Bog
We have little doubt that It hat Isryi -t by way was at the Joscnt E. >7I'ublio
POIIAI riir A Uoose wed lo situated in the du Agpteme '
eit/of -
sent to other parts of the union; for the edification tupgcxtion of the old veteran -was the Ji nx I. PAFT m the Cooaty of SL Johns being the dwelling either of the latter and officers they of shall the oet wi"* s

of the whigN and we du not risk much in whole cause of offence and gave rise to the Pjoitr WcADtXAxy: Ksqrs. house and pmnhea owned and occupied hr the late (act character that such,age magistrate, credibility was tlaJyqaali6ed co ,
the The following orders were made : Hoo.C&arW Dowsing at the time of his death,also the e
that have deposidoeaduly .
hazarding opinion, nom even at the time of taking th*
war.Mr. ..unrrCA n', Dtn&1C1'S.Orrlerrl store lAd premise* to said city now occupied by George 1
Cabell certified by the clerk of the Court-
into the Suite frD mnrhuit to enlighten on ftattend paragraph to
says page
gone That SL Johns County bo divided Bert and also! the premises and lot now claimed by Joseph *L a
and the Notary shall attest!hi* acts by ft".1
; the friends of )Sr. IVmi&rof, upon the opinions ; from the bottom Texas rcvolutfoabcd extended iato seven Magistrate's Districts as follows: Pspy to said city,which were of, Henry Wharton Where a permit wan issued,and aetUeaalthe

I of the people of Florida' M cxprvwcd BETOKO the ':. ft embraced the tattej is.J Bcfiaaiajc at a poiet ten miles north of at the time of his death to the banJa of Venando San- land covered thereby before those !* v2vtyed.

through bcrpeprcscntati x'ln Concrcss relative oMhat river Bone BIXKS. And Mexicans Mt, Augustine, thence westwardly to that loading chef of to be Adm.iAi.uaaor.to satisfy an execution to favor .the settler can take the quantity ofoaa
Alexander
on Six Mile Creek to its mouth thence Mosgrote, against aLl VeUAdo.ebb. and aUiy acrea by continuous or co6***? !
e to the mattersMltMngs therein debated, none but Mexicans, continued to occupy both aloe the wesfera and northern boundary of I ,adatohtrator of the estate of said Wbartonrovaty looiao aa to include his improvements aa4**' I

Ifpurports to have been delivered on the banks of the Rio Grande" the Ixwety to the Atlantic Ocean,Ute tout of Si Johns. the lands described in hia permit as is euus'
i MICHAEL U3INA. Sheriff &c. tlt
Mexican War; it is |u>weveran llII podrida of U' the boundary of Texas extended beyond to the place of beriaatfif; which said district I 84. AugadoeApri191.t t 1&43. Wheal'ed "l

words aid topics deUgtt/ul only to those who the Kueces and included boll banks,'where was ball constitute District No. 1. and shall elect land.;the littler will be restricted w the o. '

k will| Brttoke the trouble to examine for themselves the Impropriety of Gen.Taylor's crossing with one 3.Magistrate.Bcgianiog at a_ point ten miles north of For Sale. quarter section covered by bit permit.In r

t + ,tout will .teal owa1. t:1t a whig says his army 1'e ask Mr. Cabell, or any of his SL Augustine on the Atlantic Ocean, thence A FIRST RATE smart active and healthy Negro cither of the foregoing cases. when settleAi Wn
Fellow about 21 of well tract be claimed bj two or more '
informed may
yean age to
aspospcL 'The occasion of tie speech wanoa friends to answer. west ward 11 I ten miles thence Kxithwmrdly & of aettksar _
t plantar sad to the use of agricultural implement, Is shall be determined bj priority v. <
the bill making appropriations fur deficienciesof It appear to us, if Texas bad a right to the I the ten mile post on tho Pkxlata itxuj thence .a mtllmt Stock hand has served at the Carpenters the settler who first nnprsW the trael sr coo 1 elMn

last!ear. jit. is a speech made for Dunombf west bulk of the Nuoocs and its whole valley, outh wi/dly to the ten mile pout on the Pico- Trade for two years. He la a very useful hand on sy shall be endued to it, and the settfer of se '
lata Rood thcnco cutwatdrt to the Ocean ahall Ml
?and to wit the.p-vty he now belongs to. no where could she stop until the reached the thence nprthirardlr to the point of brginubiic,; a Plantation.Apply to JOHN LOFT PHLILlPS.Cotson. mad.locate the the subsequent like quantity improvement elsewhere wOW s .: Maiad

Mr..Cabell.has not .a1wa,'. been what lie ow Ilio Grande. There was no other Datura which said district shall constituta District No.1 Otto GEORGE L. PHII ,. IPS,St. AapdH.fartJa + township upon vacant public lands. wse a Ii, hi

'case to.bo--a whig. At )caSS me arc 89 boundary, and he wiU'OJ claim that. .an nrtifl. 2, and tia1l I elect three Magistrate*. 10, leis. Where settlement or improvement Tw


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ODD claimed br him udn W.ct J ta/a'B.lrom..It III Dow. path to oar amrprfrr eD. a win of ktaJikraetioaof the tr.4.h which u.w THE U.SDEK W.NUu. (daiy aadMfiaaaf. aaaa 4 .r TA'I'a .r. :" '
.Cotrsasiadonen 0 he lOW1t.dl...- joyiog afloat excellent Ualtb. [New Lx land \Vaaiorumian the pcrapirauoo(rata the eeL IVhea tires veaavb iooed sad aa Jaatieea the Peace for Dia Taw
.1 \bftr other _cia ill .&be" ; Boateai. are weak or aWarevi, the prrrfiratio i* th k and trict No. 9. County of :. JohaaJ aacompyaaeo with .L- .. tttl.aadtyat
a asattkrder the .rmr-d OC'C'UJK oD act aU For oak by P. C. ZYL8TRA 8u Avffvariar "'.-,and aoVara *a the t3e th* J ik*> pore*, sad I. act 01 the Legalatare paaaU the 91th November '. ::.

\III pt- wired tHoae ifrtwucrion' ,and i T. HOLWW ...Jack.oa7a<. I do.-thus tap tad drip sad forms andoe Jaa.Jt04Le. 1899 free antic to aU pcng-wio any way.iateraated la "POI! ,. 1M :..' '. '

tick d the"Jailed State lo a per And by drvc wa gene ally thn* beat the United blood Ia diet earned U the ropu <>f for Mat. W end suits copaaWe by a lbgcjtt. Can that they _:
State for want of which 1M hair has not .Cirat BOWMO* rfl Lo.d a Court oo the tact.a rJay of every Mouth : I.W.nP. tC16t

JESsxzxssterrmJlDd I 1Df1d.sad r Dill!'4iP'&tIr becoaaea dry std Ur. .at-a* be* at the Court Hoaaeja =. AaguadM. 10 o'clock IIs ; .
defective u LET Tii BEUPAIRTI G HOPE! pro laart.ay IOU air which oatina g to iacreajeTataagyprodaceabalJaaa. the MorelnRtrrav /. .

..IItIpOD ncut..nr-d laM within the c.Aac. Pain [store ih.cap Hary tat DIT-Tea days pr.viou to the Lsy%f JIIfrl0UIILHtu.r. r'
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bpi Ui. s.n 7'JrN'
K a withlDbe DdIflt &o'tfDIhip. iD wbicb.ckat Ida fill the hair M their farmer bealtay circalatioa.sad koldMK the Court. rrt. ... .:. I
r nsroel. taint .nble Iud. ita Ca> frrcef. $''ttlltt./ m-l. w. a En* silky new tit win make ha appear ace. wanes CIDn*AI. MaTTtM will be attended to and incipientproeeedmp I "r."" .' .
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6aD label settler Hader the anne4 oct'Opi.II fntl, Crab. JTitr...Lift C upisia2..ad wfflbcr- is gaatity tad vJ.m aatil the Lair be ia civil ea en can be uwuruted at any HEREBY X That ba asz dso.tbaate y
.elM .18
4a &om m the proof rte Mtcl.J ikt KUmt r. coon ibJck sad 1auJ6,. time. '
bee prnnated ore 0J. I will apply to 1M Jadg of Froeat of 8CCounty Jeidra
sirve
cl d bamuctionlamp1e .,* Hair Tuie M the only preparation that has CEO.L PHILLIPS r .
y tb e law er want tally 1hTkaa..a'e JII'.Ct"J.bPn"f', for letter of diamJaaioa: U cxenttr of tkj BM* ,
adz month from the date of the f evrr beta knows prodace new hair oti ball beaK O tlUMFHY-*. ef MiBovxrr
uetdiDt V. Acom lat*of raid Caaary fctiaari'cf
-I Carp.uad Syrup ,f Tar wt it has door ta iaaamerable ItuUixe. sal wil I = "
.U be allowed them for to doint. t. .ao- t.\ M-rrh 10th! 1 45V which all concerned art ti'iirtamJ to tale due notice. .;
pia xbete antlers cannot DOW snake the 'acrd Wood X.. htI Idde.a fad.if properly sad peweniotly awd. B T>. a. v. n% e' .f V vq jWUicI: N.-tinea GEORGE C, 8M I... .;;
I ibow"fitd by the lan w beautbe llanda,covered b1ue nil Inraluablc nedicne hat woo iu way to pobl Thin TakaUe prrpant oe talons the ,alp la a crew P.W!. W.M a,rn-l to the twuv-..'a of aQ but ira ia I January 18.1848.HAY ;.
t Dot beta nrTC'rtd, they will bf' alt II faror until it baa become tbe .dy acknowlrdrcd pre sad bnhby stuns, cleaaea is from atrar and But tkatLae. -.-
the after the morn of the nrTtfl haw parauoa that can be relied epos for the prrrratioa amJ Uirtt. pretests the "front fr&af oT.or beeoa cpcrmtaeatly I I OATS AND CORN ia paatitiaa a wit \

s : Jotuceaapbtun 01 for rtC'f'ipt oC 1M Township cure of PULMONARY CUAaUMPTlON. and all eiAT cnrt thoe eruptive di *ajr>which Valuable su;nr& Cotton LandFOR *. B. E. C.lRft. .

p1 q Mould be Jina,t1 flmddJl' O- lung coujplainta. ThPU and. of valuable lire world ofiea appear apoa the kid sad ia a majxiry of eaaea.prodace .< SALE. March 14th 1848. e 1r 1 ).

dctto tome rnidmtl of the townablp.nib at be aced annually,if timely rraourcewaa bad 0 Uu a fiae growth of nw aura. ItaUo grre the ,. ri 1HE FOLLOWING uacu of Land ia ... Flor f t
I the ttnlt" mar lit .diwd thereof and byn powerful remedy. Let all who are offltctei with Pol hair a rich sad beaat/al appearance. u uakd by any Ja. Ua an now oft-red Hr irk oa very I low team Notice.I.S 4'

Dotitt three taw fA t paper or the moat mooary Complaints nuke a anal of u to be cwonaced thiac of the kittd I asks" well wynhy tSe vxicifrutionof JM* HEREBY GIVEN that upon the 16th day otMarch 4'
rrtt I'malation.mcme the 1t1.f'II. I of it*efficacy.KtAM. cJ \\:< EXPECTORANT.-Tart I* andaubtedly roan of buying So ar ID.I I Ccttta Un L> in prr F 1.t. ''a_tin instant a Panel of Si Petit Juror rill I be 1
eda dtt'IW.retrtrnubouda apowerayl IT !! a tA-lhOlDNa".Comp0u4 the moot Taloible.aa it deciJedly the BMMIpopular The well k-.o..and vey.ztenvs r B.al r.a ntatiun I 1 I'drawn at the! Clerk Office of the District Court of th. ;
AI aU.J or liana wjiataoct'eT, prlTlae or judicia1.1 hyrup of I'ar and Wood tt .. Let the following medicine of its kind ever introduced into skis vttaMe inn both Cotton and Su4st .ituatrJ at ute MsJ I' United Biases for the Northern District of Florida at .
ar anon there "r embraced br these speak for itself: tftate. The demand hot it La, been eoaaant sod is.Lae. of the HatiiUx Kiver mmed.tely the s I I the Court Hoe in the Thy of ML Aajprnow at 12 -X-

fbt.'at of uTr tune lKfon plttD' .baU bare IrocdMemo ; I have used ThonwMi'a rooapouad Jiyrep of Tar ere*tug..(rota the time it war fim effirred brisk five aule Nwf th of Mo-xrairo Inlet upon and thirty coats tire twenty South of that day to tne at the April Term of aid Crt for

.are declared by the act of 1542to be III.t and iNaphtha In my practice and prvoomoce n the mat but Jaamary.to the preeeat tka iNaaxroM tet4imoaitl fit SL Aucusi IM.-Tbi Plantatwa was conducted by thayrar Hs48. JOHN M. FONT.\?C.yerk.
the suer -"rnt and I efficient have, wed of ha real worth aad aarfalae Crora very many March 7th 1849.
WUl ouieH ,iw *\ / pure remedy ever ia CoaMUBytiveea the ute Mr, Cttlow previously to the Indian war with
1fJ ltx' or eqto alitr. you wUIpoy no tlta.pt. > *, Chronic Caiarrthdec., where great imtabCityandweaknea of our cttbena might be produced; but a teal wdl. ** a bee of about 30U hand It coaum r
wb etbctin *a large quantity -
web.oeu lf''',nor will you entertain of the-puhn mary organ exicted. It fy all the it i*a rpeedy rue (at coughs,colds.is Jrnzs. of improved land,ha* ettenMve work FlnU rate vllr. Lft...
nay \f'* ed upon them 'D'l act npadJaD"1mmNiakll"dInea oppret.iios. In .asthma boarveaeaa,tad all kinds of pulcpoaary afcetine .tof repair from bp.e nf time .ad.sugar heavily timber now FOR S VLC IOGG 2.3 of the Plantation called Or'- .
which
,ira tsar Daagor (Me) IHJy \>ba. Grove brim undivided third of the
oht. an
Very respectfully your ulmonary Conaumpuon I bare never tact with iu e* e J and costa** 34a6 acre*. < pan
RICHARD M. \'OUNG. Com mrtei! qual being applicable to every form of that. **s.e. Ieustsdct Prepared only by Dr. D.Jayae.&.? sad oU Al30 taro other IlIca..oae or'51 and one of 675. tract of Ian i formerly uccapied by tM Wiliama'a near
I ; ; ,. on agency by P. c. ZYL3TRA.Sc Aatesiae.DR. the Atlantic toa the River (I&brajcin th Countyof
Refund Recv at JL Ausv I it a tnedxfoe which merit the 'attratuoa of err f* the I HaUXx lover near Tamoka heavily tun- coa '
4 S. phyficiaft"and cietopt from the imputation of empiri tere J wa ItamiMAck laadi. Oiange r>xt }101 ob.lntl adjoining the plantations
Ipril SCta. I ____ I JAYNEALTEfLTIVE.. Lnaetly uccup. J"l\.LArm.troDIC an>l Major Herriof.anj .
t cam. We have be a iatWiaeJ by Mr*. Ro.of .care Air.hull" acre knows a, the Addison grant on
TWTIIACHC p-r about 5i U. aautl of Mu
: I u> Augadne.togeth.t
ANODVM the HaUiax
[CJOVE :. TIIAMBEU8. 5f. D. Rvrropoa navigation.AU "
ornd on Wr by DR J.C'J ALTER 1TI\!
I with all bud hag, mill,cn/rine ami other
DROPS'I'A' rufar apper
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luifCCUTr A*** P iTtCT i't'ta ASOTUCR.IT & which iu rionty over every other remedy cf tract of luO acre*on the HaLfax rivet known ,
prove wr tenancea or run thereof whatoerrr which were bet )
"."awC the ... 81w hat been afH-rfd fir tW U.c mitten M the BrUMme tact wutahtc tot,:-r planting anJ near
lbtw ,'110 I,. t .. r I I 1'.mrsoa November 1 Cth 1S44. C" .MarvhiU.AU longing or in any wise appertaining unto the Mid Plant
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', zy thorn with NECK03CS WHITE SWELLINGS I to
Jaw.
sarantgrf hr year tattoo oa the 11th of January 1S33 being the time .
,'. ,'. ..-4 .*' i. .,fun the Drat 8u -I L. written to you everal time. attended with aJceraUvtt4 aaJ eii; & &: of va km KM! nol heavy timbered hammock lanJs in ontlivid
mid and
third of
a1 snotC tul1Dl 1111"1 P of the of my core, wfckb I have Graham ewa.np sear tko. H Inend 1 apprising you progrev
en which bare hate been dr pUaiatwn.Al
but lut ,*p'h) lam j: bone.,during many ptem
. I Lire '1n.1 *) petty soil by John T.WUlUnu to William II.WjUiac
know! maw the pteiuwre to inform you i complete I pre you 450 sites ia Graoaiti GtD. Her
neat
-A oenrion'.Mill no doubt o laidi pJ:'ajd to charged frog the Costal bone of the craniBm. from both iwauip and damurl II.'illialo4.
furrier tbe the following brirf rutrtneot..bkb you can sve ai you and kaad and from both le iaad froai dci.pUntation.
fail to q'rt her ,writu $ .
Cvl ORLANDO
| TitwdytUiwiUnevr S.REE,1.
plcaie. s iocr the Fllof I E 'Jbad brat mbjectto besides ulcer. other Al. 993 acrt at Sparer Creek ail Hali&x River Apply to
I lawful offrndrr.TI4g1owin the ruchi kaee. painful oa part.d L1t..bufRla t'. C. '
from cf our tnott di. I. attack of Fever and Agae the constant recurrence vi bet perao.. which hu baffled the skill of a outab-r Leo; an o!.| plantation ori innliy nettled by the EnI-. J\ME RIZ.Picokta.
one
tertitnocy winch completely hattrred conutitatioa and dc** Ala lOUOaere in Tarm.ail: of the Pah I
w my of the mot eraiaeat pbyikifM of one city--dmnaj swamp pan *
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|tarwi. practical Dentil, will It considered roffi- ttocdmy iiealth. Eichtrrn month ago pulmonary mot J the time her auffcriag have bees xeraciataj to ROM tie tract sad ahtated a few ulk* south of New Aujuitlae Eat\ Florida FORWAKD., January.St 77 Aaa,'1 W8.vtiae.Jt. .

t nerD J ill lt'ritf- symptoms showed tbruL-elvr. great wcakrtra and sad oVplorable. About there mouth riser .hwa.ia* Smyrna.Atv .

t fYou:. Decrtnricr, 19, ISU.Xtr'M pain to the tre* t. bad evil L. hectic Icier lIicha dacedtetry DR. J.\ C'.i ALTER A I IVE.wh \ A. B. SAJTM &. Co/ Gentl-tnen-In they .'eau, beating at the brut,"oh jreat groeral dirbQiiy* a toa .lu g happy ,effect. her. byre* formerly occupied ly George Atsteran va H.U ixnier OTICE HEREBY GIVEN
tat with and wanting i*flrh. I app*. J to iuy physician but ia and the toallpoama
wad and alcer t
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all rw-Ua-, caa
rl' 1 have extenwvely moviag pain at 11
practice interested!In the Estate of Jon S. Howe;.r.t.t .
11w .D.J'NIr Clove Aaodyne, for the relief of spite of hi khill, I continued to glow wotx. I then to hrC while tat the aIM time krf graeral Health ka. AHo40jOOOacrtaoathe St. Joan river at nrioaJlC 1 I will prutDt aceeoonUtad voucher aa Ad .
aay
advertised nnrdicinc with the rral&
recommend it tony irted various some become l reMoeed. .uat b- BOW weifb
TooriMiu and I conwantly completely M min
; ltratnr of Mid Caiate. before the Court Prabate
In adveru-etnrat the L, Also I3 XX acre ia Abehua of
pitieDt-\deem it jurt to impart my MtisCiCtion to May Ut'.lMwywr some 2Si *.more that the did bclore she commenced of County part a grant of St. \. County,in two after date, for ae<.
and I detcruuned to try your Compound eyrapof Tar valuable Sinn 9COUO acre originally made to G. I. K. Clarke. "
IlL I am your. very re-p ctfoly.M. I the title of this truly ilemcnt and alkiwanoe. And notice farther
rat LEVLTT, Dentin. : and Natbiha. I died it OD and off for art ojrrx** CAGIL AIM 900 acre of IM quaLty piuv LnJ. HI that Santa ta hereby
". 55 having taken about twenty batUc .a&d to prraervraocr For ranker iaiormarica iaqmut; c4" MRS. RO.SE, Fee nvrr Colaaha County tw brtoU Arvin, beta putt gmn that: in nix raonthnarVr date I wilt apprjr .Itt .
eetrj. ten of JjoIchArll't from the administration' of Mid
Faun in it, I alone attribute my rcftorauwa to beahh, I eh-x-ed of two I'mted State many y jr. iiice.Tke eatate. I
using
i -tl4r-ale and retail i by A.D.& D. SANDS. :.129 Filbert:L Pkiladelpkta.WM. MARGARET C. UAgLA AdJDS. '
eo FlittoDcf'York./ I am thuj particular my .:' a* 1 deem it a i Lrvc Oak thnhvr pv-i many of these bad 1' Nor. .

Soldalnly u. C. ZVLSTRA.St. Auguatinf ample act of jucticc to' C1L'rlJ' truly youra TERRELL. Corn',N.Y., aye ;April $. worth more than the price wised for them. 13. 1847. Cou .

Aao. Srtrui Ifc4&-I have had evrM to prevent*y. AtnatA Fur iorthvr particular THE SICK Aw0 AFFLICTED. ThU btaluabte Medicine prepared woJy ty ANG Ttrt for a SodUov* AfSectina of the Brraj. with tad U' R. FAIRBANKS.Ajnt TUARTSs..orteil '' rvly.Suurtu Rock CaaJy. r
DH. SWAlNl I,S ; NEY & blCK.-3.\ N. E. corner nFTll & efSert-it waa a nw of loaj ruadjig and had bets for the oak.aoJ purcbaar laud payment of S ritunns Jujude Paste tuarta Gumarabie. Also SFrrin
4h1 I I I I til'aeVCI.unu.: Piuladelpbia Ca'rderd itsew h1l BOO reMdento taxe JLrSt Prrsmrr,SaHin. fresh Salmon, rrrb Lub
IMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CJIERRWe \.. ,! sold 6r P. C. ZYLaTEA. SL A | rtioc. Aaga January 25. 1S43.nillin at... aanorted domestic pounce in large aaJ nu U

pt C'lft cnnsk'ndy me that 01. 8wAt art's Com and by rrrpectable DrufgnA g i eralty. HOOPING COCGHA>D CROLT -TO PA. Jar. Jelly JL.e.
nd Syrup of Will Chrrry- Irrnexten rely o-ii, Price u tl,,or One DoUar per bottle Bewareofimitation Rcata. JAYNET EXPECTORANT K without 'eM Geod. (inrLimc.CnavaJ.ll,.AlmootlK.Ratfhvs Na.,
.. the vrJuable to see her the SuWniwr hat jwt received fn tn New York 0iv! Pk'klni and a-ported
urios mast prrparaiio-i .
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i for United Fiatr for more tt""n tan yiT; that its preerrn hermetically eaU4
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CdortTrct! have Urn tf4rd ly tltotufnd*; that it above .>. It cMverw HOOTI.N G tOCGllloto a hra &. aortront of Ute t style rprta and t'ocolate.ppierd and l plain IJatmjpi*. lion R dj,h.Bar- t

nrinMy rrtit****s "ant tours.*nd that hundred of rVRIFTilE BLOOD AND CLEANSE THE a anal sad tractable ...sad aborUft its dvntion rammer ted.fW to which the attcauoa of purchaer are Ivy, >laearonl. Verr aeelli. P A Cheese. Tooipee. F.M. ..

iJjrtdutU int&ruiUy' ibk under dill Insidious attack BODY_It pan ,taU bed tact ihata very lur more than ooe kalf.sad |*od. a certain and rpeedy re rie 20tk 1943.IB GtU. BUUT.March Beef and a full supply of groceries neraily.

rde th"* frU etni*ary. rtTMOjtixr CoyrTMrnon. cliu of dirar can Owjy be cured by aroc reardiea recovery. From half to an e teafoa&I wiJ cenaiaUy B. E. ..A alt..
ire hi n rt4orrd twli alth..'>plnettand (.Imda. by will enter into for ..and ctrculau with it.though rare tit CROUP ia baat( aid par duidrea Ia kataakiourtime. Chancery St. John- C. C*. March 14th IS." T r
The live d kvaJred of children will
ur,and err nix' hiring jtorpref; of the curative pvrtidn of tW body, aunty ty ibis mesa can NOTIce TO CREDITOKS. .
every APpleiA roi.it. t ,
J this rrmrdy.AN(1TIIER be annually *ated by kerpbg it alway so bad teady ? "h.al'. t
rf j I i if e remedy be brought Into Immediate contract with for PURSUANT to a dental order of the Hon. c. (In Fln Order-At Retail.) V' E
I.NTAUD RESTORED TO the dtfeajie j and to attain thfci 4Hr>bJe end.o.prrr.. every emerg acyPrrpared JaJge of the Circuit Court in Chancery
oary If Dr, D,J.rae..a.kfw.w..4! **BARRELS Choice Apple. PsppwAe.;
: ration Tea ever bro no vniibrmly .occe* f J aa i.RJ P C. ZYTRASLAagmttar. fining IroaJ.oa the 8th day of November 1P47 rna ) HEALTH. onagracyby
I I A\'Nt:8 A LTERN ATI V 11 & */. KnttTil E- certain cant wherein Andrew D.Woof to tilt uv of "5 B-irrel Assorted Potatnei.Si i,
uo TIlt WCT &CVAPIABLC CUBE rrtt r.J. Cancer .**! C+tcmmt Tm ri, W'A&I SltHU-C'. I I'AKff. T O. Hotmc way complainant and E.S. Aldrich ex* : He d* Cabbsra.

coEprn.Dt. ; I.nlar grtnent of the #.*., Clramc K -ina ash \R.| PHILLIPS ka formed a.cU* to fire Sa rue- rcvtoref Dvrodty Hall wa dei&o.lant tW creditvcr of I Dried Fruit .iw.Cva''Crioary\

.Fir*vt-D-->-."irr -IW railed) on try. rend Grit, t optivr dwrate* of the Stir.old and iodoleatUlccrv tioa to Young LaV at Jail Mew from C to 8 o'clock the Mid Dorothy Hall 1 devoid are hereby ft'qt ured to I I solicit. a continuanre of the liberal patronage her.
w ds.tiow..h n-rint'( hu't, anity. to "fknowdrernmpmrn | Getfrrvv* SUift of the Tkn+t. tuc, are ratberoormftg. AD the tilt Lucks najha.aho appear before the unJernutiKd a Master m Chancery ai tofrr- bestowed upon die late tlrin of B. E. Ciaa Ot Co.
t .1d1.ltnnJf"rf'1I1 f"flect. of rant cured with a certainly, that hat aumW every be* she a"pst. Tetvwf Cperauartrr.Mr my office at th- Count Koran ta the City of St. Aujrtraeca **- I Nor !W. fl. E. CARS.llncon
f Fr'IIJ'.rtU" Cherry nil me. nftef wfTrr 4der. It i-, becide.ODe of ibe IDOIC 4eaaja arliSooseaaud- p. eaa take twa or three more p.pb. the!&h"yof April next at IU .\.31. of that I .__ : ;
=tr.nm" ,ftrt month ". fh the moat adlieiing of all rle that can U tkm Into the tooiach. a*a St. Atvfwtme.. April 19th 14S. dy and make prtvx'vt their Je*to or cUwu aIt.b .

..Cp.n.pti4'.n. The (f rat *ttnpt
s |vrykftycr4J, whkh .MttJr! n my luets, which a glow of animation amt bealdi ttaee akd by la ihr IrcMit rourl.CiicHiterFJeritU.. ES lcrJ1 from aLe tearfit ef the Jrcrec to hm*Je>.RW.G. I. ..500 -.Shoulder 1 .

'.ally ffw tree 4 with firftfu'e nir it *weet*. a anything tn tb '"bu1e Matins Medic R. FAIRBANKS.Master S Che tTea 100 Dried Krrf
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ill-f'OIIr\. .rpjtt'np; Mood,with; treat debility. >fy ,. A. Pvtaam sad a4hrt. in Chan,-ery.Jiomry 41* Rs' hot 1000" Ham
. c-etnedhrolendown, and "".naII'T"nn.i 1: FCVF.R AND AGUE HHIC IVARRAXTF.I Beaj. 21.1948. 3oi I 15 Box. C. CM'r S htfbbUFM,Beef
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nark hTrrt5;ed. I went tn PhHadrlphw) wa JAYNfS AGUiPILI. whiea may be bad at II Lewis T**and Mary ). Ia Equity.itfpLa 11 dox Broom 40 KM. Pork

I thirty shy,.'sr.of the hirhrrt; &.ltatjyNtMkrwfit No. 6 South Third treet, Philadelphia are warrantedto 'Slvrer ""n.Thurwm >eatal DiL its Tea, Colltc, Clioco.nlr, .apiscs. 211 tift,. H-rring 5 fJhd..Stsrr '

htev 1 from them but gm ually cure the worat form. cf Frrer aid Ar e. The f... "mIW.JIL:.,4&..UrIIJ.11 11Job Nirare of a BU M I It Rnfuced. P.v.WeH fleeted.j 50 HM l. Flow 4d4'i bleu C"fS.
111 WOftIf'.,|tit nvphyiri-n; -."wrfl It.m""tC.nu money will be rrfan.1ed in all e if they t4 to care L. Wane. BaraaU o.tonw. [chew. II b SOY, choice RlO cuti;e. kecs Nail. Sat bbl n-tl f Crackers
ill krpri of ".and I frit like one whoi!5. abouti -h fief irtsr days!. Kfefa*Divraport.Ai.Ttd De Forte OL1 Ilr* a, Cuba dw.C 50 -!e. Hay ISM' b.u , l+.thmrn the Vsi i''cf the Shadow of Death. |I I and ;.a Powder *. Java du.Imprfial 1 ball Rip.
. tibia "- fBl Minrtore" I heard of y<*wr Compound I nr.\VARr. OF 'r IATCOUCiijorevuingde. o n.IT been made to aatM&cterJy ky af w 'S Mwebft do. Ta the Trade in crl*nliri! or retnL
kavieg appear .
rrrof of WW Cherry of which I purchased aix bot note irritation in the throat or rung*, which i* for immediate tit.that aJ the l>-aJj8taameJmth aho-* Black ChvcoLite.SpJce.1 R. F.. CARR.

**wfcira,I up happy u' ..,. entirely; cured me,and precursor of Inflamation Abscess DrnachiiU.Conrarrption eiaitled are reside beyoad Uw uu oldie State of Clo<*. '. Sweet Stick Chocolate Eiker'a
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l'tttlrecl '
'.BHcwer.VyiBr MtrThfrlth than I be and Death. Now.there i, no- nerd of ,.. f rC..
ever have FJonda oa mot**.o/ tl. ,. t-..oae of the Come I Ipa.oaDU Cleves P Cocoa.
-51 life for JAYNPS KXPIXTOKANT: i TUART8 AiwortedCandy FK-J: Lemon .Cne eoa
eiftn .who witnrd coughing all
my Phyv my e*** I. the ohm catal J u.. Nut.1i. ? RE. CARR. S
V. the cough mbdae UK bfiama flits,Rai.in Apple, Dried Fruitv TeaCofiea
highly rreonmenJinc In all similar and I will immflli.ttl'.lin'r
e It. OnJcrrd.teat ihe .-. *aa>ieJ IJ* .1ul.1a the .
) Joa iomike this pnblir, foG that all my know tion cleanse the I lung*and throat from a3 imtatiag or nree a.w.r'orrtru sal am" t..ta- C T\.llnTEL T.tLLAIIASSEE.y Spices &c. Pr. Brig Charlotte B.' : .
B. CARR.
10 jrwnrf a r" tfijy at one* which will reach obrtrctive matter,and eff et a speedy cure .a.- D... ..a.a tact "!.a.. I.a .. i a'. Jar ,.eeaot. OTJCEr have to inform my friend and tae I
rdPrkr* mprine with the many .roak Prrpairrd only by l>r, U. Ji yne, PiiiladelpbJa and .. . .11: ., t p ..f thk1 lOt.. that I have k.+ed it. andhat FI
,' mt"-rjth which the country I Ii floo H. Myre** sold on agency b,. .\.4 iI at I tV.:1 r ..' .. ..f1M.r 4t I abl t.. I It wii! krr"ft- k eawlncted by WILLIAMIri.MiMJW r 1T1C7IEI offered lurale.at Aocih'.ou he..1d

Mit45 Ann ptrrrt.tArtrre I Jinuld bf" happy ton PC, Z\.L ru1 Argurineewhere I C. ia UIc w.p.pa p it.e 16 M a u t.jK..ttKt J AV. rJ4. win ha. for many yrar been W Y day of March. 1848, at the Ci.unty Site..ofBentoa
the above eo5e tnht- by a "m n.1 '"t"m*". mey I*Lad a cntain cure Gar Bowel CompUiat, i week ccttrCBUe y lot the term cf }.+s M. U.THOMAS c ttwrctett wih thr tun ela: -, HotrU at the North.sod County. Eat Florida several tnrt of bad in

\ At.nrtT A. Rots, Colic &c. UOUGLA.*.Judge. IIAJr.ilII. 'ally Goon the Amerxxri. llutel ia New Yotk.- TowDslI:p 21. Range If,and ia Town-hip54, Rapje

111II okn\t and! Retail D-nIer in CIIw,. I' I J Living kewiU keep aa exeetlent house, and spare 21.
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> 4S Ann Street, N. Y. -- M-P.INE.- JOURNAL &ate of Fiooda FaaunJadncialCuebA.Circuit I to eieitioo or expense ta make Lta gje u com/ortabk. Oa the I4ta day of March, at the Court Houpe of
ITw not 4ecefr M by the many rpuriou*and worth. Court clerks office of Su John C . -l"'JII"tSoat of Wild Cherry, ushered into notice 2'.1)a d1: zra A'a'.rtzSr.tZ:. I. ; rtn B. Daman. Clerk of the Cbcfe Court of THOMAS BROWN. Township 13. Range 20.

Ir-onDt pretender, but tee that the aymature of Bu John County aVi hereby certify the above to U a Ca'Tt'UOTEL.T.II.ha W. 21. '

6wa7se*** each bottle which I* the only gw | At.atV&D.&ch. m*copy of U order dtdy made oa the 1 1th Apnl -. ? Florida. 14. 21.

.aimpor4tion.DtL Col Simon, 1 lam Win, Charleston 5 tad entered of Keened b the obese radtleU cues the ApA IN the management of thia Hotel, the m* 14. 23.
yby F w,. N. W. corner of 1S48. Madison Court house Thursday the ,23J
andRa d.Merchandize to S. M. \\ I7thdyof April -"-| demgned will eta >bevt exertions pleaae oa
takk JST taPhfadelphlasndfor' ale br 'akcman.r Ie wtmea wWreof hare kerraato art my !rand -Mtf* v" guet He ak* the public for their pat* March: .'
. the Dr nrsrl1 ell the prindpahOWDI 1 aDd the acal e/aaid Cirrwt Court tkif 17tk day oi April. ;rocuVILLlA3( HEMINGWAY.November Seetioa. Towndup. Ranee. -
Uaiudiutee. I 9heriaT. ale. 1MB. p. B. U.AS.. l t. 1947. The SE | of 23 J S 7E.
Foraakby P.C. ZYLSTRA,IL Anrnttine.Er virtue or a writ of tL !t. MM** out oldie CkrkCircmit Court of St. Johns County. SWjof 24 IS .
BY Coon for the Diatrict of East Blorida"for OTICE N W | of 2T 1. 7 :
" 4l.11 sgeNcsrru.B.ston. the County of 11.. Johna.I win expose to public Pak ia Nt..e La.e. ke. IIIE UXDEKMIUXCD ha ein; taken N E | of 2ft 1. 7

v._. May 25th, 1647. front of the Court House ia the City of M. Aaguatiaeoo BARRELS 8&oM L,S Sam Plater 3 I k* xia in DACUI RREOTYPING. under E } of I 1. 8 ? .
Dauf3ir't!heck W. F4-k.{ the firft Monday in laDe M. being the 5tJa day ol J. O Bamb Cement Boeka Laths.Name Hair.. .Me* Frtut At RiciAanau/and havinf purehaedMr. '. W | of 6 J..9, "

[ rere0 tnany quack medicine at June A.D.. I 1648 between the legal boss of *ak of fcf. At retail. B. E. CARL F.'.celebrated German Apparatu.it nuw prepared At Jtflrraon Court Howe, ou MODdaflM'2'\a
tisateat time,and each ODe'hat more or ke eerd-1 I that dy, a Law Library cooaUtiag of 3H volume, April 'I. 1&68. "' to execute Ltkeneseia style at the low price March: S .:
hat real or balmily Individuals that I bate D. L. WIIIT JK. S. T. 1t:' : '
together with a lot of MiaeeBaACOM booka U aatirfy fr af Three DoQara. J
tree time bad.rf cbf propriety 0 giving any execatioa to (aver of George Gibba va. Joe.4.-'satan .Ic, FI..r, C.rsi, _Lc.BUSIIt \ w TheC4ofNWIof 13 J S. 's I.E.
io favor of your medicine. But Doha ISTkroa .IOO WE hereby certify that Mr.Ward bar taken W of .
being aam chex..tzoAdo Administrator c4F the I*** of L3 Cora U E4of9 | 3.1 oS s
"I lave been landttted .. its u.e tad feeling detjeaaed. o Bass Oats.50 Barrel FIe r. 100 Cb a.oo.Is Dagoerreotyping under n..and that he man W i of N E t of 1 S '
JBodmaa, 14U
[that by fifing ia my testimony la'regard to its .MICn"L: USIfCA. Sbtri 4U.St. Bak S 1 Lard 26 I Pilot Bread. 40 Sol, abated. uncommon aptaew ia learning the art. Wervxmder W | of SEt of I $ '',..

I latlura4 I taa7.f1iaape be the mean of aav. Anew*!*Slat April. 1648. Cbee r.7S kegs NaOa.9 khda Tobac<..75 bags tlt.oc.1 hun folly competent to execute in good style s Jof 31 1 3 5,
toaaaiBiyarly aflicted.therefore cbeeriaMy kkda Bco.IS barrel Pork,10 kami Lime.nab rock ef that art ia an ill rations br, chr.. N E } of 6 2 5'. '
IthKi.n y ill tf or of the medicme that 1 know "" Haaw 90 bap Cc I e,3 kkda ... UmW Molatet L. F FULLER. CloNWtof 6 i, ,2 Sr '
Bas.pa' food. have been afiicted with I \ellcc /,1". B. C. CARR.I.1TALUBLE. L. RICHARD0.ON.. Ttxju:.Oae fourth earls-tali,' b.l ?>h.
ST. .
h..thfth for a number of yrr***oIierrt steer of fw St. : 23 I Dec.1647. annual iaatalmenu W
yean,aad by tke*ac of THE do kereby Aac atae. equal with interest lit .
tl bottles of I ..:.la lae Off; / SL Atrt r Or.tf any purcha er houU prefer to pay cat ojav.aW '
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dA'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY DIIIet that at the next aMaioa of die General tl *- FAIIII..Y c>,..\IO: CITY COUNCIL ROOM. ) : per cent will be deducted from tte eredH 1rlMt I r IrllI
Malt 0 IIf'tJaat" am almost !tree from the above JrmWy for the Btata of Florida they abaB apply errt Lectareaoa CarMef. Prevtada a sad Cue of Su Aajuaune. Dee. 37th. 1847.( I Lieu of the particular traew rasa ke

drsaBe.tfio.ld hoe at nand l*we w.l"a. SIX r J Aathsaa Dh* aa.si the heart*and Whereas U has been represented to the City Council U any of the postmasters Beats, WRI'

.Iae'the IDfanI of wring tea said ilL AI&aakt.b April 18& tJlFemakD.ier.ara. 2U prngea.IS eagravmp. ParrMet that the GUadrr tad.tJNrcoaticiou diseases.prevail ty; or they will be furoi-Jwrf if

>ieis0 kem that moat troubInomc + : 1 TAXBII t TAX UII ; bald is c- WaJuaaypan jwrure ta a eonaiderahtc extant among horses wkhin the corporate goat faro, addrftwdTo 9nn.. J.y .
cans&i) 1 tIW1 be J.u,, I ZIS a-doa thai lie ia 1.1 eta.gba limits of this city. Tnuausu, runm*.** i 'l 'f"Ol!',s t'
14 II M. the tcIIDJD1IIIiGa. T8..t1lfDEUIGNED. Tau.1 lder Brace*) std Chess Ctfaadera, $9. Hail Belt therefore ReWved That owner of lone sods JOHN. BCARD.Sef.riOT all Dille.IAaJa '.
E I a" C* mry ... ahall remove them from the limN of the city
4t tld romra. s eta page. 1aaaLac T- 'itm.$3.b1 tI,.tine Bate.f j111easTslla
B. COC "T, Voc.a. tlie yewtrtped I848. AD pem oa ***** for eMhe within* .re' N aey mail pan letter poaute Akdomaaal 8.fportert. prr- witSia five days after the pnblicatioa of this Revolution.Pe huaee. NOT.O 8.181., ,-t ai"dT s'
ran. "T I t.come forward and aetk the aIM t it farther revolved. That it Chap he the duty of the .
or Coven (*(t..UM81U.I0TaR.p .rr FalLst.1! the B. W.ek Th following paper, will ..
flUte akajoxt ia IraDaferring the above cerJ-eaie ; IDC prescribed by law.I)3 bUa sad Womb.and Weak tttf sad I heat eat by City M,'kl after the eipimtion of the time specified shore three months and send tbrvAoa ..h.' Ica!! 1M :
c.ttrt. ; f III' abwurlroua th* Ofice.theaeveral Erpee a ".& Fay Bix. cr P-TVWWT- ia the (a'eg'kat Re ihitiiHi. ta ewe any hon or hone. Stan Riortia.-cis :-The.Florida l1er.Id. .M.at .
B e aslwa 2wjfcrsii'3i duly P'd by me will be left with Jo-T brlAC Dri nada*piM.FAcI. .., pp rrtt,pvav a ek. fre Levi to (out. and whkhuyt *oiIiT .' he \t;&. rod buried ..ndaU JsckMnaviDe. the Argua. Ocala.StrraraaaJi efja kV '

c-n (d .) YM.n'ideUertbe MIDI N JllJIDIt tsc.mfisa.tof p." "sstc. tt4e..;trlrvr' :. ex*.t e. ?-cru.n t hi ""'rriv* II.e "iie in\t ascent na and Georjpan. Charleston Mere ry 'Hid Cl ,
.aoq soil f1nmHr known in te;?. trl. iw-Office h rtiU kqH at iM lJouM fIl JM.. f. hip, ItRaptane.inside r1.M.. "cnL..w at. ti.*ui> fl he pea by tic awn 'f'r ..S horse oe hor
'- a, a voe*h' of rr. rthifrMi'f, havebealtkfrom tint" .. TaiAaeaoraa4CoL rot for the aar4 the above rood .'d 1 lr. Dr. :. .% PEDRO BEN'ST. Time Georgia." x t rJOilN
.' -w anzicty hi. dedining AlATU&W HOLANA FITCH.7 7 Bm.dwsyleer Ya a.poac paid. Mayor Pro Tern.Atteat. BEARD.Re "'. Ar.
-a tl wtaWta Ite speaks,and late also tIMr ieetatof I. J. .'. Iatrkt:0rk.16Flr. I Feb.9l.18 9. P. C. ZmtiA. C. C. Talbhuecf",NUT. !?.18th.. SB-laa.

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r..IN'--II. Tire Mexican War. VCcetafcias .sa" >4 Laje> frWILL T.the Dm The City of St., Augustine, Florid. in account
MB BOUat OB Tkanrfay. 1m crrntt1j 1

.!. _. : ALI'atafaastten...A.. liar. .W the aurrrader a fsfl aitorj of toe of toorifta Capital,-and together of the with 1'k1Orite. Jane A. D, 1M. betwea toe Boor ZtuTJlA'frrer, in the qo art cr commencing 2d MaMa,.et] t:
,sa of 10 and 9 o'clock at the Cast Hem at Me&WhBtla
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N PjJm..+if SJPW fnpart4 with tbe Official Deioatcbea eYe.by Edward D. $snaMLIlaetrtted Oraajt C. nay.a rat otaatsty c die foflow- bcr, 1847, and ending 2d Monday of February, 1846.1S47. .
JortpoU-feedby
teo4*la their rtepettiti dc- by HafaaadCacravtafa. of Land aad II
A. *. BA&NC8 C..SI J.-. 'bag Tract or Ousts to **tWy pot tae -
.1o dye wets of Soutbem taxes des toe State of Ffeftsa and Ac Ceoaty of Or JM0UXTS I3BURSXD.iso&1.. AXOUXTS BRChI D

Ki I aage for the yean 184 and 1545, together with aQ fter.29. To M. Vas for eoadageacieii.(1.) $3 13 Nor 10. By amount from last quart .
.ri( +rhirhtbe NEIL; India Robber Geedi.D.NODCMANtrtnfact.rcrtodd&rtin. legal cost..04 ebazp ,a. .iI 51< U a for serrke a*City Manbal.(2.) 1 38 F a b. 10. Am't from beef market stalk.
,pawhadMeasente eupenot all Linda ,. acres of bad lying eepottc Mrrritt'* B. E.C rr.*o account Fire E J Df.(3) 100 00 Amt from Licences to merchant., I).
I.e 4 rlaotiosV' And.. terns a* lie afoa'Je TfcUer O.ds. New Yotk lad* Robber Island oo I. rim,granted to JOIIPpia Dclctpiae oo 29. A.F. OeuloV Clark'of City. Bectieo. (4) 9 00 'from Licence to retail liquor*. ._ -:
sly JbOeOst,a***f other market WartbouM>, No. 27 Maidea Lane,coracr Na f aa C I I the ninth day April* oae tho%ead eight haodrtd sad Dec. 6.J. 31. Could, for priatia in 18-V5.S( 7 tl8 from Licence to drive carts, 'tf J
r on oaWoi of. deco gnttk4 to please and MTcateca,by the Spaaisli Government,and b BOWoypoaej 9.J. 1. Andrea.repair* F.h Market 1845.(6) 6.If from Licence to keep bowling aDtri.s
I Al *.,.*&_d. new raatecoer*, who are res'Invited Account Oeek.tt tl..err and to being to Micaael Lain The above J, J Aadrt*. do. do 184;. (T) 75 from ground reau, !

&II'-ccaBkbie- our- acveral Stocks and r.per. bad will be told oa the fine day of Jos*. 1843.to mt.' 1843Jan. C. \VT8ry repair Sea IV all. (9) 5 50A. Tuft on slave*.&c.from M.Usiaa. C. fin
; ; .. RICH & LOUTRCL.C1 William -hnporten of Wy*ad pay the tax** oW the State of Florida and the ..,Canova.for 1 fiF. Wood.(9) 100 L
,.-.Itt.F1.1NB.. Frmch and Hn U4i Ftnri aid Saplf STstoaerlrof Covary of Orange forts yeara 1643 and 1841AW Feb. 13. P C.Zyt& .'"er,sa clerk4 (10) 12 50 p
description, Manufactorcni and dealer in Account -WiB be oU, at the mme time sad place. F. P. Ferrein,ranee. a* City Marshal.(1) 36 50 'S S
every
i_ ,i ZMasCdCaadf'tLeaftlu- books and rapt of afl LiDd,,GoI4 Pena. Letter 18,2 t8 acre of bad oa the Northwest Head of J. M. fool coroprn-atJon M City Printer,!?) 10 00 .:4

.r t e. Copying ,.real Pm.e*,Manifold Writers Domestic inches River granted by tb* 8pac4, Government to II Peter 1k r1.do. as tfcavengvr(18)" 19 00 1
ILUAi A. STUART, 285 Greenwich corner of Stationery,of every variety, and all Wan articles Pablo Footaoe oa the 9feh day of ..one tbnar tad \ppropriatxMa tar Poor Fftnd 7 e4
Chaahen street. New York. offer for sale a (Urge as* sold by stationers, hold br as in quantities to suit right hundred aad srvmteen,and purchased by Joseph Tracorn's $1 TO C3 recd a t 24 p.et A4 SG ) t.
sfissisitof.Hieam Kefined Candy 8ugar Plums,o cf purchaser fir Isarrsi f+trilit pin Deiemoe of Pablo T Fontao oo the sixth day of do. 266 93 bawd at 9) p.rt. 517)943 t p

m' Mpcrior quality; also Double Refined Lotf, Country Merchant wjl pka e to call and see at/ March lSS2aad i* DOW as pored now to belong to Balance oa Und. CO 16 r M
Crushed and Ground Sugar in quantities of fire pick- Goods froely abown price*low. Cl WflUm street. Michael {. This tract i* Jouble-uxcd for the a
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age .>d upward., at .. low club prices as any other Jests V. Rent WftUAM, Locrxii. year 1846 and 1847. and will be sold, or a* noch 8216 nF.ztUltM
establishment. Sugar Hou )lu1.. In hogvhead thereof u will ostWr *ad ny the taxes de the State
and tierces.. of Florida aod County of Otaage, togrther with ..Ucotl F. C. ZYLSTRA, 7hertrrrr 1
Aprlcultural.MOORBS Council and '
apjmattl, Ufa .1Ic1Tt118-IS.
legal and chairs.Abo .
PREMIUM PLOUGHS -ISO diflVr- G. ,
IVare -Win be sold at the seme time and place HUMPHREYS 1I4JO" (
Wholesale Clothing *
rot pattern. tt.b dod Double Mould two or three
of bad the North Head ofIndian
2,000 acre lybg oo -
It keuwc.C Furrow Plvagba.Cultivator.Cora Ahellm straw.adlltk. River sad granted to Jo-eph Dek pine oo the Dii.TIio 'I I Poor Fund i of > Florida .
.,. ..T. LONG STREET have taken the fire story Cutter .Fanning Mflls. Cora Cob and Grain of lad Augustine, in account current win I,
9th day April 1917 uppo.r4 to belong to
No.-64 Nassau and II red Mills Home PowersTbrecbiag Machines with a C. Z Treasurer in the
torei street DOW ptTpI to grn- Michael laths and h double-taxed for the YLSTRA, quarter commencing 2nd Monday oft
.bow the largeotock of CLOTHING to the 'United eral! oruneot of Agricultural Implcoieots. Abo, 1"nIIUG
and 1!47.aod wiO be oU to .tWy lad the vember 1817 2nd
pay ending Monday February 18<18
States,nitable for the Southern and Ctouih WesterntnrrchlQUu Brass and Iron Wire raoth.JOliN I .
taxes due the State of Florida sad County of Orange
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Those dealing in the article are hmtcd to MOORE. 193 Front Street, + -- -
lt the abwe-naoied 1848.
call and examine the stock. As regards style and prices. -Will be sold years.Abo at the same time sad pbtr Jan.3.Ptfci 8.FOl"tflror.coffin for rsnar
I challenge competition. $nHWand'tobacco. ,I a l. I Feb. 10. Am't received from F. Pererra.D/.
3,000 acre of land lying near Spring Garden, and diff ing grave and HM of the cart. 37 00 for fine of violation of City Ordinance
PETER LORILL'RD. enuffand Tobacco manu Ito, belong the Estate of Paul Dopoo, to 17. Mr*. A. Hernandez donative of Council 5 00 Appropriation from Council. M.
F.'le..k Well*. facturer. No.42 Chatham rtrret offers for Tale study and pay the taxes lor tbe year 1847. T(.common 85 00 reeM l t3J p.ct. $0 12 1 ) I t
PHRENOLOGISTS AND PUBLISHERS, 131 Maocaboy ftnulf(ray flavored) Alo->Will be sold, at the same tone aad place, des1700 di burrmd at 21 p. d. 12 S JCO 54 C
Nassau meet. French Rappee, American Gentleman do.
3,000 arrrs of bad.near New Smyrna, supposed
Scotch and other Snuflk.AW to belong to Cbri Sibbald to satiety and py the 812 54 I
Fleer Oil Cloth ,Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. uxn for the yrarlM, __ .__ III
ALDRO. HOYT &Co.. Mnud 72 John street here cun-tantly on band a gen> Order punctually attended to. and full price current 1,000 acre of bad, a part of the Stbbald rid, EximineJ in Council andoyvroW, 11A Man1843..

tmlI ksnortment these goods. fcni by adt'rcivinf above. Mippo ed to belong to a Mr, San,of New York, to G. IIUl1PIIREIayor..

I atiWy ash pay the taxes for tb-year 1847. .-- -----

U. 8. school Agency Clarp. Abo -Will be sold,at the tame time lad place.30acreof r i\EW ANB F,! SHI Of iU I.E,
.For farnuhingTEACUEKS. &*..Canton Hall.No. J. F. Browne,Maker and Importer
5 Bcckman street, Circulars furuuii'd on application.Lettct .lajl and tit Octir*DnUttoA Single Art*tttrpt'Iota PI 10",1ha11l Houston to 1atldt sad pay the wu SPRING AND S UMMER GOODS
mutt be post pid. 2el Brudwy. Tbew Harra have all the modem for UK year 1847.AUo ,
C. WILCOX, Proprietor.llagHf impr..nnnn.oI'r doa and ratii,at Eompeaa price -WiU be told at the same time and place
1I.rp.-(roan $2UO to 81000. Harrm ". String. 2 ITS acres( bad at Ie D-II'. Back Swamp GEO. BURT
Irad At*. J. F BROWNE It. Co. near Smyrna or a.mocb thereof u will satisfy sad pay ,
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rreo > pet.HAVE Londun and New York -Ctubl bed 1610. the taxes doe aLe State of Florida aad C uaty of Orange -
JUST reeeived from New York
a splendid as sortmcnt of-New and Fashionable
received the first lor that s.oorncc7cw ash
pcmi m HAS Spring a*
for the 1847 with all costs aad charge. The
year .!.whichto ether with the extensive stock
20S Broad,. pi evknwly on hand constitutes full and
a couplet ton
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reM 1 above bad belong to the estate of J.pIaV .,
'J" r Fire > a re- meat ol.lmo.t"-rr variety of ooda retired for the city and country trade to which the attends J I
and The largest a ottmmt of IRON SAFES to the' tamed by John D. Sbeldoo a.arrnt.AU friend ail purrh*!er generally art respectfully request cJ. The following of Jock
comprise a portion <
erreetype
Ap.rat
United Htates can be seen at the depot of JIL8 c.1| >--\\I be sold at the some place.oa the In auatly kept on hand vb: .
Llke.e..e. HEUUlNG.manufMturrr of the genuine WILDCR'S day of )March A. D. 1848. 9,000 ann of Iud Moa
W.'& W. H. LE\VI.42 Chsthsto street opposite SALAMANDERS SAFENw. and 133Waierret. the North side of Fiouader Creek,oa Indian Rher Ladies Dre tI and Fancy Good, Hook and Stationary.

Chatham Theatre.Saddlery New and second hand Safe*of other maker belnog to the FAlCate of Garria. to satiety and pay the elegant aortment of tatft style coloured Mitt- N extensive onment of M, ..
II
for sale very low taxes for the year 1S4C and 1847 AN and Beberenc of abno every variety of co A School books Primers Almanac's A< habe1

IIar pea a, and Coach .rAt the mme these and place w21 be sold. lour and quality a very large ortment of English, and PaM books Copy books Led gen*&e. H .
Hard Hare. Lafayette Burr .Hill StoneManufactory I 4,600 acre* of bad oo the West aide of St. John Preach and American Print and Ginghama of the moat leap Pnpr, Letter do,Printing do, Mnfr*ao,EaI
W. BUCK, Extensive Manufacturer Importer, River oa a Creek about twelve mUes Sooth of Lake recent Mjkv Black and Dine Black Silk* of common do I[I Wrapping do,Note do.Tissue a Bloltio j de!
for the supply of Urge dealers,2J3 Pearl street. i Greece.granted to Antonio Hertipreseat owner uo- sad teperb quality Wo plaid and striped milk for dressrt -land,' Black :4ulincVa and W11 e0Q1m10o *
Haa been crtaMfbrd st2W Ws hinrv*rtreet.morc I knows,to watWy aad pay the taxes far the year 1347. and bonnet In jut variety black blue and coloured''I QnilK teal Pens, Lead .J W lata Pencil Uxai]
dun: yearn, Faun Bcaat, HoLUna and EsirciMiLtdroxcs AW-At the same time and place will be sold. Bombxine.Alpacas and Merinos of apcrior and com Iplavinpand|I li P-ds.Ink Stands Black asa11Ink.
The Eagle Carter .HHfaeIHr-- MILL. laoxt. Botnw Cu.tut.UM. 2/222 J.O acre of land oa the Northwrst Head DIne quI I *,pink wl the and blue Tartton Muslin for I I Idff ,and paper t..teesconststutinga full ai'of
lag C:o.. TYACK.RODERV of ladtaa River a pistol the Low Gnat aopposed to I ei with many other ankles in the line all of which fancy m*common stationary.
Have on hand and for .I! all kinds of Bra.andIron Woof to Loavl sod KadJkr, to sotwry and pay the will be fold at reduced price.. : saddlery and llaraes
Bed,Table and Sofa Caster. Office 203 I'earl.trerrnnier :MERRY'S MUSEUM, a month r- toes forth( year 1917.AU I: FULL assortment of saddle bridle and i
riodkal for YOUTH edited by S. G. GOODRICH.another >-Will be antes at the same time and pber Cloth and Cassimercs. A pIN, male harness, collar, eirei i .jlri. ;

)'. Cernhv and Fancy' of PiTt PA(.LET'S TALCS. rtuWriptioaJlOOa 2OOO acre of bad, oa slam Nonhwr Head of Indian FASHION SOLE Spring "d Summer EngWs! hames.saddle and travelling lags with many otitrtticks
f. year or fear mpie for 83 00.in ad rancr. Add, River.belonging to the estate of Robert McArdy. American !road Clothe and Cawun*I Imrrea in the line.fr0clery.
ed.
and Gouda dealers, will be O. W.k d. O. ro iT.Ncwr York City. I.Mt* y *.4 pay the tW taxe for the year 1847. of nearly every variety of colour for gf ntlenvw Claws & China Wi
Druegist* Fancy pnpplicd Al_1000 acre of bad I lyiaf six mJrs Cast(from east and pane, a beautiful a *ortmf nt of plain and VERY of fc
with N. direct from the nubstnbtn large assortment variety
SmIth Prentir
from of Perfumery the whoieMle l> KI ging A: Kellogg. Spriag .rJm.njyooj to bel0o< to ike estate.f F. gvred ilk sad Mtia Tevtin.aim Mamiliej of the A and patternconsisting of granite every and dusting <
u
,or ruggi or
any BLINKBOUhTM UiUF A L"TURCIDok.. M, ArredaoJo,to sats/y sod pay the lain for the recent mt1k and of the beat qnaBtiw. Ies.
and and vegtftsf
Fancy Goods dcalei* b New York city.N. tea sett soup sauce turrener
B/--Catalogue tent by mail when regw wd. ink Ureters la School Books and stationery.No. year 1847.AlsoWill. ('IOlkIR;. .bow!!.dining; aid tea plate,sugar and burnt
P1"w. L 10 .. br sold at tke nax time ao4 place 2 000 FULL a-onMt .( read j walk cI tbl.QCot the an elegant variety of pitchers,ewers and beam!

A. & J. RAMSEY,25 MaUmLane.tf acre of laid ant New Smyraa, bovodol North by l% latest style and of the bent material such as Alpaca and covered jars,bakers and plattenent and piaat
uccrwom to N. Smith Prenti.. Percussion Cap. Vc.POWDKrl Bens tract belno: to Jobo Baboo to satisfy sal sal Lin HFG in ""C. COUP* Cani tet Powder. pay dK taxes for th* year 1 7"At.o..u coats,jackets,pant and vr t* Linen and Cotton shirt pagne and egg glosses and goblets! ,spice jars,
I..m.a : I.am ,: : sd, Flint,Gun Screw T br* alto S. be wU at the mme time aod pIacfo.I. collars,silk*wool and cotton drawer and under shirts buttles candle shade,,solar stand and tunncntinel
"HORNETS PTJ-"NT SOLID,+ BOTTOM Waken Improved Ant Ceptl.la Tin Bote. ,HO acre of bad at Moat 0.WMU oo tfe Ibfi- a beautiful ankle of su..peader*, "neck ties,hanJ common glass lamps,preserve and butter disbar\
retail B. E. CARR. fit Rirer.beloerbg fn the estate M Tboma Fetch tomtirfy
GLASS FOUNTAIN \\ krrchir and rravau white and brown linen drilling many other artickcorwtilutin: a mot sj" "
CAMPHKNE LAMPS.
lard, 11th lei!. and pay thr taxes for the year 1847.AU and Cambrooa fcr complete uwrunent.Jewelry .
They are superior to all other Mauufacturcd by J. pants.I1audkerctiicfr
-- aEleriela >-VfSl be sold at the Mme time sad place
O. Fay, 134 &136 Fulton rt. ',R nil Sale*. 606 2-9 air J bad a part of the Betts tract ia White Goods' Perfumery and 10'I

Also n complete imminent of iosr! Lamps. Chin LIj ofTrrrd for *a>,at Ai. Uwo on the 7thJsyof ltD", Swamp beloagtag the estate of J 4iaH. >tdu liiiH &c. I articles.
delict+.Ciar dole., \\'jell.&C.at lowest price whole WI March. 1i4@.t the County Site of Lewi to mtiify aad pay the taxe*for the year 1847.Abo AND L\D1ES hem stitched and ''QUITC an ester ire ortment of various <
vale and trail.Straw' Benton County Eat Florida everal trscts c/ land in'TowmJJp -Wffl be sold at the aame time and place 1300 GENTLEMEN handkerchiefs of common and|I as watches plain and shamedrtngswateh

31, 'Range 18,and in Tvwmfaip 24. Range acre of bad Sooth of New Smyrna sate Jane ).- beavurul qualities an extensive ortment of Silk and keys bracelets Ladies and Geatfc
Hat 1'reuvlng .Hachlnen, 21. rays tad,owoej .y Carouse McArdy,to air 4 and cotton pocket and neck handkerchiefs full assortment breast pins silver thimbles,gold and silver pond(

eVc. I On the 14th day of March, at the Court House of" pay the taxe for the year 1S47.Abo of white gnod lAd muslin such a* bishop lawns aar- and pens beautiful jct and Ctncy hair pins and heal<
W. L. W. !{.LFIY18.142 Chatham street,ppporitc Marion. County,tutiulrr Iran in -Will br acid at the same tim aa l place recta and jacooett muslin and cambric book and swiss namenl,necklace &:.Xtc. Toilet and ahamgi
the Chadiatn. Thrstrr.KUMBELM -- -----Townth'p-13,-Range 20, 16&9 acre of bad known a* the Spring Garden mtalin.black and coloured crape in great variety common Cologne Honda and Lavender water haperfume
13. 21. plantation belonging to loge Maria and other toMtWy bee both plain and figured striped and hard muse in great"larie'",toild powder poinctaaileasier
pst nt I leather machine banding I.. 21. I aad pay the taxes for the year IS: 7. ties with many other article in the hn!. and Bear oil,otto of rose,smelling salts asJf
(stretched on the only p'-ntd msciiiuc in the coun 14.At 22. ..11oUlbe.nld ai tb same ume ana phi 9000acre. Laces and Edging. fume fine,backgammon and ebon boards sadmen <
try.) These are made from the butt vf Oak Leather. Madiwn Court Rowe. oo Tbor day, the 234 .of land at the Haw Creek belonging to the estate GREAT variety cambric liNe thoad,cotton and I .toilet alas* fancy boxes card needle and i
and from the heart or Mulid part vf the side only,thoroughly March: i of George Atkinson Henry Y oat Executor to l l burn edging Uvortinf* and laces of the mot cases Lad.es and Gentlemen dressing cases saV
stretched and cemented and riveted together &rtioa. Tuwr. daip. nl I satisfy and pay the urn for ib* year 1817, recent style and beautiful quaUlie shaving brushes travelling and fancy basketsaft|
.warranted to run straight and to give MUfscU ffa, The S E 1 w 23 l'8 7II F. Ai.o-Wfll be soil at the mesa tone aod place 1000 e<',glum! flower stands, toy trumpets,snuff boirt.<
Order dJrrd to the subscriber r.1l. meet prompt 8W114 I 2.1 18 7 I I acres of land near New Pmyroa bounded North by Glorc and Hosiery.complete and tooth brushes glass and wooden. toys, ,
attention. Mrtcbrb Rejected Claim supposed to beloofiag to rL. a.4ioftment of gloves a hosiery eonjwtin seals! ,
N W ur 25 7S. t
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W M. KUMBCL.Patcntee,23Fetryst. N.: 1 I of 26 I.I. 7 ." Dtncy.to. .l, aod pay the taxes for IMT.Al. ,t of abno every varietr of kind colour an E I III I I. 8 I I .+-\\JI be MId at the Mat t and u" 340am to which the attention of purchaser are particularly CORN and coffee mills, tableland pocket .

M..t't rer'. i4npplp. Stere.OftGAR I. \V' of 6 I. y *of bad at Grahams Swamp belonging the es- 'dirrcted. variety butcher hoe and oyster
SCHENCK.& Co.. 1W Water corner or At Jdfcf1IOII Court II"{ 0. Monday the 11&1. of George W CiA to setWy aid pay the tales for [ Shawli.a steel razors scissors and shears,tea and table
'at Dealer in Cotton Woolen bilk and Carpet March : the year 1847.I N extensive a* ortm eat much a* black and colour shovel and tongs brass and iron 'Ddiroat,')
anulacturrni' articles. And mauuCacturcr of Wa?- H. T. R.TbeClofNWiof I I Al o--Wifl be sold at the same time and place the e l silk tibet wool mualKi de bine both large and screws,brass and clout nails tacks brads*dcaa;

,'.Reeds eddies,Bobbins 4pooU,&c. 13 18. SC. 1 vndivioVd two third of the Orange Grove plantation mall and of the mast recent style. len: tools in great variety,an extensive aswctoxaU
1of8Wlof 12 I S I oo the HaL&x River containing 3,900 acres of bad Ribbons.AN files and rasprt, door trimmings and window sp
SlvticalCDWARD /1 W of N aof' 14 I 5W formerly owned by Saaroel H.William and Briber to elegant awortment of the latet ttrle Bonnett pad and chest locks,cupboard trunk and till loci
IH..lrHtHentl. t of8Ciof 14 I S : atWy aid pay the lazy for the year 184*. &.and tatin ribbons consisting of every variety ell spades axes and hoes,hooks and bin"bf
BAACK.B1 Fulton ournerof Gold*t.. 8 cl 21 I S | Also--At the MJQ Umesod place 868 acrr of had of colour and 1tIe.aL-o. fine assortment of black tars and chains,sod irons iron and steel ageatrti
.. .t.-rer and importer keep* constantly on han N t; I.or 6 2 S I oo the nfC.u..r GerjTbefciogiag to the estate and colored milk fringe tilk cord &.c. candlesticks bridle bitta buckles and *tyrap* !
tbc largest assortment of MUMC! Instruments of every; 1 E1nfNSVlof 6 2 S of Charles, C1aIk ,\0 aotiiry and pay the taxes for sign caps.sporting powder try squares,role|
VacriptioB. Abo,all kinds of Musical MerchandiseClethiHff. Tia.'-One fourth caub-4he balance fat three the yes,. 1847. Staple and Fancy Goods. nobs,bras buttons,pincers,drawing knives,aai
c.-&aDtI on baDet. equal annual instalments, with interest in advance. Aio-.WiQbefoUatthtin* *ad place 4&4 acre BLEACHED and brown shirting and sheeting o( and curry comta,bellows a general assortment i ies
boud elf of bod oo the rue side of Lake Georf. belooring to variety of quality and width cotton ,coils of ropesbed cordsewing and turtle
Or.if purchaser prder o pay cub five
cent any will be deducted from the credit instalment. the estate of CUM W. Clar"". to vatbfy the taxes and linen drilling and Omaburg*.lines sheeting canton fish line and hook,cod winds*.sail twine sad
DEYlLIti'S Wholesale and retail Clothing Ware j per List of the particular tract can be bad by applyingto for the year 1847, and wool Plane brown and bleached Hollands, asort- line,with many other article in the hoc.MriCtania rt1
loaM 33 Johnstrtet.cornerof Nest,. An Immense1 of the postmasters in Benton or Marion Cone JOHN SIMPSON. t miff and Tax U I ed coloured Selicia Cambrics Burlap&dowlas canvas I Tin fc Woedeaf .
1IOekiruoaab1f'thing always on hand. I any will be fumW ed if for Orange County Nov.90th 1847.GOeBftKKBUCEB. and padding a fine assortment of silk and tabby veJviui:
ty; or they applied by letter common kersey and negro cloth cloth a great, I1EA and coffee >pot and kitties, east!
II irotr rite addressed to MTn8rATi Rtotrrta ATT'LUIUSU graM M. lamp feeders,sprtoons,tin pens and I
fEW PRICE variety of course and fine Irish linen, malting tad carpetiag. t
; lime eVc .
Paper FtoarDi. '
buckets foot tabs,daa DC. measures
.oil cloth toilet ,linen and paDS
covers diaper
Manufacturer of all kind of Papers Boar, Band JOHN BEARD.Rtg'vttrr.1Pablic Groceries Hardware, Crockery aid table linen plaid and checks naokein cotton ,tick: funnels! ,spice boxes,lamps,gaiter,bunhera,T'dniners
Box dealer in Binder and Box Land for the State of RIel f-G. toweling sad
Fiorda.TaUahasee.
Boxes Band Piper* ,dippers,(having boxes large
I and blue
CALL the atteatioa of the Trade lag wicking .ddiDr. black and coloured mew
I. Private
Bosrda a.d Importer of Fancy Paper. Nov 8.1847. 1fE lag silk of elegant quality. Coats&Alexander. rpool I tubs,buckets trays and bowls,clothe aad i
tad others to the
f E. 1\J YER.ancceflHor to O The following papers will please publish the very large supplyof thread silk and Mohan: mat and handle baskets willow wafgoaf aaoei.
cotton,ocnaburp cotton flow
CIAS. Ctcwct ISO William and send their promiacoooi article* amally kept by as,now being ,
above three months accounts to The and button of and bras and iron wire eives, brooms tad w fJ
coat binding
durfearrrd Schoooer ... vest every variety,linen
STATE Rmta a." vie:-Tbe Florida Herald ', per : board*,white wash. &c. Ac. ,
bare beea alerted with cotton taper and braid,eyelet*,thimble,vest rings
They aid pantaloon
great care, -
J. C. Seem Taller at Jacksonville th! Argm OcaU Savannah Republican purcaae4 IrliscellaneeHi.A .
and
books
,suspender end
t with the strictest ,which enables strap eye ,knitting
ecooemy o to
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N..t7 CourUand*tred.a few door bel.w the w sate and Georgian Charlevtoa Memtrr and Courier, rrdoee aLe price agreeabfr to the timc*. pin*,nbboa.wire,nevdle. &C.&C. comprising a com*: beautiful assortment parresols,umhrcBf''
l 'b ernHoul CIIOTHING *! wboirsale and retail for the Raleigh 8t.aDCb'nI.a. Register*nd tbe Cdombea I We trier to our one adrrrtiseaxatt, and solicit plete assortment of staple and fancy good for this multi shade,trunk,band boxes,!looking r ""
cMb-44 wUch be would invite the attmtioa of bi* Time, Georgia. the attention of the Tr de sad otherv all of which will be sold at greatly reduced prices. ars.violin,, Ladies and GenUemens riding;
Moudketil friend (b vi Uag the city to call and exam JOHN BEARD, Register, etc, We will coatee. to give the mme accommodadoo Hat Caps and Bennett. hide,carriage whipt,flute, .eeordJaas,gM'4
I tat for..Iy"i. Tallahassee N.v. 8,1647.29Ora. hammer and hatchets whalebone,rabor i
and Cacflitie M done by oer late firm of B. C. Cain srticU of uhionabl aUk black aid fu r .'V
Kacon HftmicVLSBacoa ...h. ;: & Co. B. E. CARR. Abcaat&l kgbora.panama>palm |Ital'. wod and dow glase &e.,&e. I.
'mlta-tai .
I Leather ... *. Nov. .11A edilfe.
Urnf8aMi
,15,1847.Fleur
$ 4 Cocas Cbeea I tarpofia grit variety aUk glued and cloth olvanoua
1 Vi! rOOir*Pate tRrritod tfUetebod! LEATHI It _O;TOO I SbooUcn T qu1i tare. also a good'awortmenl of tvcan op very good assortment of Drag:tad .
.,.. C7 .'raaUonlICrld New York,- S C1wu Tea 100 Dried br olHekwIieatf CrackervMr straw palm leaf boiuxtta of the moat recent style], ntaand dye tof& consisting' .of a.I Iety ,.
i. U raoaiyod the first primioms,two sil loeo" Ham IT BAotRELS Choke Famfiy Floor t of article in the liae. _.;
1 fkroe Piplosaasat the Fair of Boston 40 BagaBbotIS 5 hlrbbllF) X Beer t O M Bakteore do. oo. ( Beets and Shoes.LADI The above extensive stock of good*ba****]
ark, They, ton otratfbt and prrorat ajoajlC Box.C.CUcr bbd Pork 40 Caaal des do. : fia. kid >p'*, buskin*walking shoes,. I ly selected /for this market and Will b* kef
,1, ooboth 14 dot Broom 40 4S Half Rant!. Flov.JS gtker of lh. taint styleand beautiful quality !t pliea from time to time direct from Nsw T*
20 boxHetTiag S HhdI Pntu small packages Buckwheat ,gentlemen&M caJf and morocco and common boon. mont fashionable goods and of the'best *>

t'i crib' .,raj. kG. SO bbl Flour Nash SO 40 bbl bags assorted Cod Cracker Assomd Cracker,SeurTi?yrw,&e.Nor. and shoe b great variety, a large assortment of boyi j and country merchants can be supplied reps f
40 k, and mtssn shoe and GEL'
11. B. dipper bootee, aloes, '
tietil.m.bpuri/ud. 1 .apaneeatlis l E. CARL negro [I geou term
1 atirl/tM.lharile a ,sate P'J 9'Oli.E&tr'IdI& 50 baD bale Rope.* Hay 100 boxes Soap boot and brofans I.p.t variety and at very low pricetNOTICE 11 St..Aogwdne. March 20th 1843- .' .
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Vellce. ,. .
TINY to gh. notice 1 bare .0 arntr tfl1'tIhac. adIL retail. ''
Trade la
the quantities or
I .- .,...wials3a giNer rite.A .bad To B. K.CARR.JenrcclIe SIX WBCK3 from thi*date I sban apply for letter iV.llce. Bc.lrlac &C0.1'!
} .till me+ rs to the U.k Prorietor of die sdtnia'tKntMO de bonj Doe wish the wiU a. IS HEREBY G1V N, that% wteka t R.CLEAVELAND-S ((01 MaIl

J JTW omit of every known Herb Safe *. .lary, &C.TUARTB taep.oa the estate of Ftuuxm M, AaaxsorrM *date,I will apply to th.Hon.the JuJge reeommended Inc Too
o / kseaaatfrvha'f pocked ease of one dotenSquare. Q Aswied Candy Fit; Lemons Coeeo Sea Vre*"wberrof Caitto ROMe.decease. of Probate of St.John County for letter of administration Charcoal.! Combs, Brashes,Toilet l

not,.R a Was. Apples.Dried Fruit*. Teas,Coflr*', wasrU.cw I of& M. t LEVY. County deed. ANDREW B., .
..=.146 Pearl K.F.Uta Bpiee &c. Pr. Brig Charlotte,,. 'J FLOYD. .
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.. I.Ita .g>t- -,1nret.CGnit&e I D. Eo CARR Janatt 12th 19-n ; 3r.rcbIda 1S13. J

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