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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: December 31, 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>.
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{a VOL. XXVII.] ''f". :Auguitlne '$1,1iS ., )0 t/ou Bliss open Ii'
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tkeyear. AMENDMENTS OF THE"CoHsiitutloR Jefferson, aad';-pemiN7lT uiiaii I'It is tho- said or signature that indicates P I
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'In the I a.few generaljippearance! of.it, we' should that .
Florida. summer of: > boarded say
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-t' CitIl ,, dgretd to Ay lie, lltrJ Gnur jfaemHiiilytctt week the-hate! now, !t by Col. Ii.Bueh-,; j-y !b it' r i or aad fbrgettinx he ; a
summer's "
.... gAs actiu* of the next General Attenth. ler, in Harrisburg, then Mrs. ,Buchler'sas not in U iff | ra hOuse o'I.ancas3 morning S when it wa.q". .... V4';'" '
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-.grJ : ACT totmendthel2thClsn.eoftlie&hArd.dc .4 kiBdoess and amiable disposition wasjthen: wuLbe>remembered -I I tete; rtjr tavern, t 'thtable with,his : :.4J1. Blip was in the,city at the,time we .. ': '
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',.' .\. of the Constitution of this State so that the Judg *by'oil who freque&tedher.house'" aoother. bottle, of vwernustnly sawthis, not we took occ' S101 .10 inquire of
of the.Circuit Court shall hold their offices far --''tJie'ttlcklist. I toe circuntaces'under! which it' asri'4
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andtoorottpeciallj they fe
L'i. term of eight\ years instead of doting'''good be *Yior.81CT10. or required any attention the. aI1, Mrl Jefferson, and it.wa touhiid tb j Bto14ue: .that liC'wrote it oft, the tonlif M't 'f .
*> \ ; ;-. ... IPrealderit and his'tcbtttMiH. 'till IB1 1 Tnfr Anm Vrt nta Ir- *ai !_*_ J ,.
1. Jk it enacted by tie Setate**dtiove LJlawtm. > ? a*; '
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ifrnT >!'the tnU*J Gever-I :'t' tfew General '- Ct, f .j. ..,. ,
,* .I., It... Autnllr cewened.rBu&be 19ih Clause(-the! 5,1- of, t nd ::' !a '4c: t .. : at tlL. ..H"1': : 4ft...' .Pt.>. ..1' ... _
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*;. present term of office of the Judge'c{ the Circuit 1 made. his home at Mri:'BuehlS.s?, 1 tf.the repbiican chl1 tti1'authd., hi t"l 11 th.-:1'I} : I: : ." J .. ........'- '
1' -, : I with'tho&jception hereinafter mentioned, the.: I On Saturday noons ,his Icpice' :was closed. of the Supreme Court jnd the Judges of the and he usuallyspent that" .part of his time in .stable and fed. They were brought' to the Bliss) wrote it. ,- \ .1'

'' tte Courts,shall be elected m a term of-eight years,, the reading room, unless 'Invited out, as it not President's, and there, after cordial shaking of The gentleman who brought this! document t \ ,

>ar I8* shall bold their offices fur that term unlesd sooner uiifrcquently happened.It bands and kind.adieus, the company separated from Mexico, came rja senltr,1U; ;the steamer %, 4'1- ..
-12, under the provisions made in this Constitution often occurred that gentlemen who stop- ,'pleased with the free and social intercourse from Vera Cruz with Jlr. Cliffofjl, our minister. "\' ;.
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,Mid I the removal of Judges by adJrf8s or impeachment; ped at Mrs. B.fs sought Mr. Gregg's company, they had enjoyed, and as regardd our Pennsylvania lie obtained it in the city of Mexicoand ', .\.
32- land and for wilful neglect of l duty or other reasonable CUUM and got him 10 speak of the early: fathers: of friend and his daughter, delighted with intends to have it elegantly f rained for l'il', ;
preservation ft ,
acre I shall! not be sufficient ground for impeachment I the,republic, almost all of whom he had seen J" : 1&
the kindness and urbanity of the he it \
values "
.:lea great republican ,as very highly. ., '. (I
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the Governor "IIBIII't'JUu-e uf them the address
on any on and known and to'me his relations of matters -. .
., "E. AI. ,,' of PruriJrdow ; chief who in his intercourse with his Though the letter is familiar to our readers, I 'T-. :
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Assembly ; ,
;' 4 .' ) : That the cause or causes t-hall be stated nt length and things of auld lang syne were 'c'ryillten.'Stinglle fellow-men, was as plain, as simple, and as we give the following. verbatim copy from the t'>..' E' Iorignial t
din W 45 : : address the uf each : had been a warm Jeffersonian, free from artfulness or sham, as the humblest : ,, ..t..... i: ,
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on was elected to Congress, at an early day, by : I 'f.. ,' ,
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'ary to I provided, further That the cause or HEADQUARTERS. ARMY OCrUI'ATlOsf: ) I i t
the anti-federal intimate
I hiS shall be notified to the Judge-80 intended to be party ; was an personal Near Buena Vista, Feb" \i?5M, 1847. $5. "
I um, 45 chI and as well as political friend of Mr. Jefferson THE WILD CAT.-In. these days of diffused SIR In f
he shall lie admitted to a hearing in his ; reply to your te of this date, sunimoiiinjm : .
'14 E 20 chs I ; defence, before nny vote for such removal shall having messed and lodged with him after knowledge, evry body knows,or ought to know to surrender uiy forces at.discretion, I beg leave to '\.
) the line 1 } and in taken he was a member Congress. And after the that the wild resembles that I decline .
r., v : | such case the vote shall be by yeas cut pour pussy about Bay. acceding to your re-quest. -
thence S I ; nnyi and entered on the Journals of each House election of Mr. J. to the Presidency, had been as much as the hog resembles? : the riuoctros. With high reppcct, 1 am,sir, ; 5
i line on \' )'. rather reproachfully spoken of by Mr. Randolph It is in fact the lynx of North AIl.lerka-a Your obedkut servant. -

81610} ( E 2. Bt further enacted That the Judge first of Roanoke. as .the manager of the strong, ferocious hard living animal just as S Z. TAyLOR, .
chat 3 under this amended Constitution, shall be. house of comnons," Mr. Gregg being the ac- tameable AS the tiger,and not n whit mure am Major General!, U. S. A., Com!?.. '
35 ,chp. I by lot into four clashes. The first china shall Tctiowledged leader of the anti-federal Jeffer- iable. It inhabits .deep forest, prefers) thick To Srnor I). Anto Lopez de Santa Anna, CoinmanJing -
161 e E ; or their olnet.'or oHices for the tennoftwo sOni rt-P.arty in the house of representatives.His wooded and night. & in chief, Encentada. .. r
prowls: chiefly .
N 76j o the second for tl"nilof four the third swamps by .
the ,
years intimate knowledge of the public men and When wounded the hunter and not tfisauled )
35 dill,N rhe term of fix the fourth for the term of by CAtrroR GOLD. The the -
years events: of thosuearly times, as :well as the I! it flies at him with trenchant claws and following, says
growl-
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chs.N I yenrs. candor and frankness of his conversations, I Washington Union, removes every doubt about 1 .
I I log like to the last. And it
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fury
!2ch N Ta-tHed the Sennte the Constitutional yet S
[ by majority, the genuineness of the gold transmitted to
rendered him, as I have already said just
very has good qualities. By-the-bye what animal :
r W 17 ch 22,184: Passed the House of Rt>p l4Cn.I } the mint. It is destined to give a new impulse .
: attractive. '
14 JOchs,N s by the Constitutional majority,January U,184B.J I I has not ? It loves its offspring, never deserts
I It was On a Saturday aft rnoon, i in August, to the tide of emigration towards that cnuntry.'I f,
4'''' N 18 : April 15, 1848. Cm them,and well deferrded them to de..1 tho If you '
\ W 4'rh) *, i: 1821, that a particular friend of Mi. Gregg's, t,are, full of "a game spirit," and think you could "The following i is the contents in full of a ',2-; ;. .I
A.t W 15.50 who is still living, dropped in at Mrs.B.'s, and !I "whip jour weight in wild cats," begin by dispatch which the War Department receivedlast ;%<'Vj 7 .
-, lo the line FOR SALE. in thacourse of their conversation Mr. Gregg capturing night from Col. Cooper, at Philadelphia : .'I
kitten and
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or
'liE FOLLOWING tracts of Land in East Flor- I assailing rely upon ,
., : thence N | i i > ida are now otlt-ry for- sale on low terms related the following little story, .which jim {.with the first squeak if she be any where with- 'Genuinewhich means that the gold" he carried \ \ ,ff'.
13 cbs, N } ore well worthy the examination of very persons desi pressed mc so forelbly''th-nt I'have not forgot- j i in a mile, you'll have the old one down! upon >I with him is gold (genuine gold !) j\ 1 j., ; :
; "W 72 ch it although 37 have since !'I The following report has also been mjrg a>y :: '
of buying Sugar and Cotton lands in t'loridn-viz: ten years elapsed. Uou like a' flash of lightning, and with such
ranee 4J well known and very extensive Bulow Plantation It occurred AVashington city, while he was i i squalls, and such a burst of fury, and of so terj John Warrick, a smelter and refiner, drNew "
22iO. N ; I for both Cotton and Sugar situated at the head a member of Congress,and Jefferson was Pre-j I j rible an aspect, that the chances are a thousand York city, on a specimen of California\ gold -L), ', -
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w IUtS sent Mr. T. O. Larkin the U. S. Consul at :
4 Halifax River immediately upon the coast twenty sident. i I to a fraction of a unit you'll run for your, life. by .
i t, j Augustine.-This Plantation was conducted by table when a servant announced<< that two :' 'V 1
fiO .E G ( : persons i edo to Mautnee, over,an,execrably level road, -
... 311? W late Mr. Bulow previously to the Indian war, with I on horseback were atthedoorwho. : saidthey I in.thehot noon sun ot a')n d- nday.' T ie u [return you: 10} grains out: (Jhe 12 which ; .-
0 0, I of about 300 hands. It contains a large quan were frjpra: Pennsylvania ,and ,wished to I driver"was,Ii .rdy llow'who; looked astIoth: 4-I. ha iesed-r-the'.yalue of;:w&ichff 45 .cents.ytiB2J'crat3fine '
of improved land,has extensive sugar works now: J** T .M -Mr i"i -withiQhjJiJa: .carat of the \i;
:cMW 8 I see "Aidoor ,. enlto. thii'. be'could(: outhujpa t beaVi'and'looeeaitae'ticH ituince r ; "
of repair from t lapse nf time and is heavily timber- ,i eU4;" .. lWrcigniiMufrIcdna.t1 f j. :
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..tllUnJ contains J) 3486 rMti..JK.acres. $. nd.-OU_ $7.i 11y.h1a ..; I.'A. ;;':. : -0 ... ,t j j.filted penned he" had 1 ned fv) *a wild cat,sob '. <. (I is almosIready York'Tribune togo gives to't1i the 'fullowin.the mint.w ." ... ,,(\ '\

I'h on"'tnem1 f iJmr.Jl wt j jY "' -. ,. f ..\ .t0. _
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fcjr Grorf d wet hammack lands. "., r. IC- b I give youfoartly' In h IS.\ ,...." -5- 5-'., us IDgSl ::1 e tst 'bIr !t ( r. \:

..,;;or2eT 2000'acres known as the Addison grant on Mr. G. was itturfrara" 'Ipss' how;;.to arrange ta I was' drivingalongthis! tea ds. II fever. .on the prevailing: !inandthprcspect.of that t _)

q": 'United* Halifax River upon navigation. matters, and requested (them to alight,and have with as fast a horse, as eyer cornedlhe* WlilpT'when ] : the Pach Mail LinO. : 0 ,' ", : '.

r ..1, ) a tract of 1 100 acres on the Halifax river known their horses put away. Thjs they declined r some ten rods ahead 'of'us, just by'that of Steamships i / C. 5 .

h" :-of" Bethune tract suitable forsugar planting and near doing, but said if it was,not too far.to the l're- II big oak, a wild cat. leading three,kittens,came' A very..intelligent office; ofjthe<"navy, who' :. \ .;.1
to .\Marshalla. I sident's house, they would get off and lead out of the wood, and crossed the road, and has been recently'overthe"entire, gold region y.: '"

f": 900 acres of heavy timbered hammock lands in their horses there, us their call must necessa- -went into those bushes on our left,and I thought of California, for the purpose of examining ,: .,._ _
swamp near Gen. Hernandez's plantation. ; rily be very brief. The German's tone wusposith'c what-nice pets they'd make: and wished I had the matter thoroughly,stated to-day that by the ':" l',

'1 1', ,t,; 450 acres in Graham swamp near Gen. Her-I and he would take no other course.. one. When I came up Ii i noticed one of the month1of March: we shall be receiving from ,
..." plantation. They did dismount and all three walked to : California three millions month in .
gold.
.,I AldO up : young ones in the edge of the, bushes, but a few per -
4" 999 acres at'Spruct Creek and Halifax River the President's taking their horses alon 'This officer himself has a considerable! ''
:. ..1. I tub of : feet off and I heard or thought I heard the old quan- (
',f an old plantation originally settled by the English l J. must have occupied at that time the 1Ir'j' tity of the gold, which has reached Now Or-
Mto the one stealing along deep in the woods. L";"
4 If'2','. v *;aid .' 1000 tract acres and in situated Turubull a few'miles swamp! part south of the of New Pab- buildings near the,capitol that are still pointedout 'I sprung out, snatched,up the kitten, threwit leans, and other large amounts he knows to be ,

l>y the or were a few years ago, as his residence in the buggy,jumping oi,und :started. WhenI on the way. The :Mazatlan correspondent of3iesrs.

founded 1900 acres known as the mqpnt Oswald planta whilst President. laid hands on it, it mewed, ntui!, confound it. it Ilowland &. Aspinwall!, writes that .
i )" Paint, formerly occupied by George Anderson on Halifax There was a paling around the buildings, kept a mewing, and as I grasped the reins' I ta uUooO worth of old has born received
) and to which the horses were hitched,and the party heard a sharp growl and :a trashing through there, which has been assumed and proved to

10 a pine: 40,000 acres on the St. Johns river at various proceeded to the main entrance. Mr. G. took the bush, and I knew the old one was t.-Ctm. be J and 3J carats fine, which is as near asmay '

i a stake; the lead. After applying the knocker,a colored mingand the next instant shq streamed tivera be pure goldtoo pun for coining or rneclianical ,

cabbage 13000 acres in Ala hua Conhty part of a grant servant opened the door, but contrived to log arid lit in the road, all on an end, with her purposes. This fact sets nt ve-t the ,
j.tj .i above the acres originally made to G. I. Clarke.. place himself so as to obstruct the entrance. teeth grinning, and she turned ns on a pivot, d"ubts about the genuineness of the mf'fa1. '

therefrom beginning \ 91)0) acres of hat quality pine lands on the Santa *" I: gave him my shoulder," said Mr. Gregg. and gave an unearthly sqaull, as she saw me Under the circumstances( the establishment .

.Fontane, >> river Columbia County to be sold having been pur- and sent him out of the way,so that we all got racing away, and bounded alter, with such of the Pacific miil line of steatnshijis' in con- I' _ _
,. mouth of of the United States many years since. *. tnto the hall." He then told us the Presidentwas yells and fury and gained on nw so tast, that nwtion. : with the line hence to t'hagres:: a. -

.l-,,S, ride ) Live Oak timber upon asked many for them.of these lands is at dinner ; I knew the house well," added for very tear I threw the kitten out, and lashed : most: f fortunate happening, as it gives a regular .

:-1 l I.y the further more than particular the price descriptions and plats apply to. Mr. G., and i opened the room door on our the flying horse ; but she careeR paused for and rapid communication with the States, by
and invited friends in and found which gold can: be sent home in
4'l known, t;. R. FAIRBANKS. right, my that,but bounded on a while as though recovery j thirty days,
tif the for the sale,and purchase of lands payment of seats for them. of her young would not suffice without revenge and merchandise received in return. i\ Hut for

mace and residents taxes &c. "There were folding doors between this and when, I saw her at my very back, ,; this connexion the communication with the -
.4..o Augustine January 26, 1848 room and the dining! room, and I heard Mr. stranger, I did tremble, and I scarcely breathed : StaVs would only have taken place by the
Jefferson ask the servant who it was that was until her crying imp recalled her. Here, tedious, uncertain and un&afe routes of Cape

RUShED, Brown, lIavanna and Loaf Sugars in the xdjoining room ; I also heard him reply at the top of his pitch, I looked back, and saw Horn or the Plains of St. Louis. The gold

UnlcM Alohuwes\ Teas,Coffee Rice,Crackers' ,Candles, that it was Mr. Gregg and two other persons, a her standing with.her young one in her mouth, i uill now come across? the Isthmus of Panama,
MX. tke Raisins,Currents, Citron, Pea Nuts. Cordials man'and a woman. Mr. J. then ordered 'the looking after me, though she'd hah a mind : and by steam thence to New: York. ,

Tax ,Tobacco. Vermicelli, B, K:, C A R,K. folding doors to be thrown open, and called to todrop the kitten and give chase again. i ffH'ethe j The rush of gold hunters to the mines is

M. 12th 1848, ; me to come in and join him in dinner, and horse acut,and did not feel quite safe untilI I. very large. The John Benson w' hich sailed to :

t Cofree Chocolate, SpicesAt to bring in my friends with me. got some miles away. I made up my mind day for Cha-rres: was crowde-d with passengers ,'-.1

.t : a, Reduced, Prices-Well Selected.] I had dined,.J.ut my friends had not-so we from that time forward to let young ones alone. displacing freight to make room for them. 'c ; .

LD( HYSON choice, Rio Coffee, all sat down to the table, the old man on Mr. Buffalo Com Adv. The Falcon, which sailed a few days ago,took C ,

Young Hyson, very" Cuba dq. Jefferson's right, daughter on his left. Mr. a large number, and one of the Liverpool _' J
: 't, Gun Powder ". .. Java do. Jell rson had the faculty of making every per PARALLEL OF THE SEXES.-The North American packet owners has it in contemplation! to put a A. ". .' '
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Imperial II.4 Mocha do. son at ease in his presence, and soon had the says there. is an admirable partition of packet-ship III between New York and ';ha- : .
: a Black .. Chocolate, old man, as well as his daughter, perfectly at qualities between the sexes, which the Authorof gres. The California steamer, which leaves :<,::{;: :.

'It r from Chocolate, Sweet Slick Chocolate, Baker's home. He was ever fond ot mixing and conversing our being has distributed to each, with a the Pacific side of the Isthmus on the 5m of i

.. : Paste, CocOll with plain and unsophisticated men, wisdom that challenges our unbounded" admi January for San Francisco, will probably have ; Lover .... ...;.c',
'w. MLUU. 18. B- E. CARR. and could unbend to them in tbe easiest imaginable ration. one hundred passengers. The owners ,. :-. ',.
*' lag! manner. They talked .f farming, of Man is strong : woman is beautiful. : 'only calculated on twenty: in making the esti- I j '
faintly '. Frctfi Garden Seeds. the use of plaster of Paris of raising clover, Man is daring and confident : woman is diili- : mate for the lin('. Altogether this is the great ,;.il i, !!
TAE N assortment just received from this celebrated 'dent and I excitement of the .
i and of stock ; meanwhile, after dinner, the unassuming.Man day.
in seedsman, which l are
in nyia age, t York and among Drumhead Cabbage wine was circulated. It was good wine, and is great in action : woman in suffering.Man .

fections of Bags and Flat Dutch Turnip, our German friend was no bad judge. shines abroad : woman at home. > PILOT.\GE AT KEY \VEsT.-The correspondent

Mtwn of ( and Celery, "At length he said.to Mr. Jefferson : I am Men talk to convince' : women to persuadeand of the New Orleans Courier states that, about

: allay a Pea, &c. For sale dy going to such a place in Virginia, and would please.Man a. month since, a meeting of the citizens of
.' ) 8,1848. 'B. E. CARR. like to know the best stopping places. As you has a rugged heart : woman a'sufl and Key West was called for-the purpose of taking .

W are a Virginian, you can tell me, of course. tender one. into consideration the best course to be adopt. ,
I The & i NOTICE. Yes, said Mr. Jefferson, I know the road very Man prevents misery : woman relieves it. ed for amending the present pilot laws of that -

\ corner FPLICATION .'iUbe made to the next General well and will give you directions.; Then Man has science : woman taste. port, which resulted in a resolution to petition -.

Sold h Assembly of Florida for an act of incorpo turning to his private Secretary, Mr. Cole, he Man has judgment : woman sensibility.Man the Legislature for so mending the law as to

to authorize a company to construct a Rail said : Mr. Cole, just take your pen and note is a being of justice : ;woman an angl l allow vessels bound to or passing by that place .

from Cedar Keys, or some enligible point on down what J am about to say. lie proceededto of mercy. to do so free of any charge Tor pilotngr' *, whether .

., S GlfCoatt, to the :St. :Mary's River, or some elig- name the places, observing to his guest, tkat spoken or not, unless a pilot s services arc
\ that the poinon the Atlantic coat, or on the John's in Virginia he must not expect to find taverns, : THE ISTHMUS OF DARIElC.-As this is the r.ost required by the master. This will be a great :I .

to a as in Pennsylvania. But, said he, I am giving : direct route to California, and as the U. S. Mail advantage to thaCport, as many "CS-cl.i: were

porate '; ust 19. 1848. 3m you the names' of planters, at whose houses :. Steamers will soon form a monthly from prevented calling there, owing to the proba. \ '
Be it :: The News, Jacksonville, and Herald, St. Au- you will be kindly received and well entertained New York to San Francisco, via Chagres and bility of having piotage: to pay. mere is no
the above three month and send
I vsed w ll l publish this office. 'but they will take no pay. This is our Panama, we have made some inquiry in rela- doubt but that this law will by amoi\drd, as at .

five account to ., way in Virginia, and you will have to conform tion to the journey across' the Isthmus. The least four-fifths of the citizens arc in favor of

U to our customs. He went on till he named a whole distance, is sixty miles, forty of which is it. S. ...r
", l OTICE i ifl berebyiven. that I have filed in lady-by such a day you will reach Mrs. andridbre' -; up the Chagres river, and is performed in ca- The light house on Sand Key is not yet rebuilt p
':t.. of Pobates of St. Johns
f' r' & the office of the Judge Mrs. ,Dandridgc !l' said the guest. noes ; the balance of twenty miles is made on and nu probability of its! being done, ,. -
and vouchers Executrix the
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I oil this of JOBS date I DafEDALEI will: apply for their eettlement and al at our school in Litiz, that took sick and died days. We. understand that the steamboat Orus The woks oir the Fort, and at Toi tuga,arv, .

lion shall '. f/which/ all concerned will please to take I, at my house in Marietta,on its way home. Its has been purchased at this pi rt, and will be however. rapidly progressing! flotwi1li.tazmdjzg .. -
LOIS H. DRYSDALE, Executrix. mother was with us two weeks. I shall be very placed permanently on the Chagres river in the small amount appropriated'. by the lat .

\ Attest, Augustine, Aug. 26, .18-18. glad.to see her ;f she was an excellent. woman.' connexion with the mail steamers, and thus Congress. ': I II

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I t ,,. ., i i and-taxes assessed ucti ilvencies92 21 ;total amount in the -, -
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b encourage andlaciliate Internal,l Improvements and die > slail l collected itdingly. j 'mounJBlled:2,063 18. _
: !iti paid! cpsYofjthetIporiTtheni.lhe ngi : friends for so promptly .11' __
I (I. ,:' ::: :' f .' ,-.I' authorize and regulate partnerships for that purpose. confer right. ;tXflff.w.T, stru tin fyintaining : SEC.I3.. tr st1MbCOTnp its for the State lens.-- 'Weassare doing justice tdo6ta.\ ...",'. f' ; 4

: ..: i t' andinip: "' : :'their toad. canal.Tor other : have -thWthatwd8i :. .. 4.._ __:
r :t" : SECTIOS 1. Be it enacted, That special and imvitejjl ut settled 45,956 23. unadvisedly when ___ (
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4 i ':'" 't'i ips or associations be .rrjtoent.bn such land, and ,of the exclusive !'internshalls iyf iilluaell to J rer

I.. : '" J : : formed copartners for the purpose of constructing may Rail l lf useihcreof to.: th% extent of eight'rodwide tested Archives..wn circulated: ( in Siv nnaWe L 44ti _

$ 3> ;';', 1t :Roads or Canals, for the purpose of cleaniut! : fdrjhe. purpose du1FIaidfrLd,or canal but. ,same, '" islature and Public, th rity of a Kentlerwi, sojdtmi'hifinwho '
r, f not for taw other ordlfferent"useorporpose:. 'Jointi-Rest -.\ that the Keeper of the Arn 4ac _
I out obstructions in Rivers or other navigable l was .
thatsch.cthpan3FisbCiatiOU perfectly ,
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in c disinterest '
such roador proved ,b'y r, inland ,
( 'SEc\1 (Yhehever the route of any 1 instructed'.oy: the authorities ,
other internal .
I waters, or making improvements shall be'bouD'S .- fied, however "
I p : of like character within this State and such canal*or .other'improvement, shall j pass the of that ,thatthis feeling was coniej 'jl (
co- State all their right? i to turn over papers. t
ll and i ranster to the ;t o few. and
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be located; lands belonging was
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I I partnerships: shall not consist of not l less than other l'3ry to publjc j nUm 'f.r1.
.. iitt rest.in-.sK h roadcanal,'or I office to the Surveyor General.
of such :
4i the States',Florida, exclusive use 1itlantt '
generally. By the {
three of be
\ I live persons, or more .whom stall and just action 'of.: j ,
\ of i aDd:' Ur1enances, fixtures State oa* fie l _
# i' citizens this State and who before lands to "le extent of four rods on!each'side improvement As the records have thus become property these _
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therewith,* reports fall f fail
linesaid road or'canal shall be and. is appendages theretojand connected! Of their ed __
: business shall make and file in the office the : ,- they Jecome'subje; t to the action :oaf ,...;.
State f full amount
!; -:;: of Secretary of Stute and also in the tfice hereby ,uted, ; ''i j constru&ftrngandmaintnining anysuch'roador expenses fii' clip sentences give ..
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the county purpe; .I. ,
I : thereof together
othciImprovcmcnt as aforesaid. of all outlays eH1; n. respect ; troduced into the Senate providing for an and Southern 'I '
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I I counties through which the: contemplated :, .ItemocriL 'Wi i .1
\ j' Canal or Road will pass or other improvements SEC; $2Th e title ;or any ,real l_estate,,steam- with 'eightVper.cent interest upon the '$le ctin' ,ly.'thq: ;people ,of a keeper of the archives arc grieved that any thing should ha e-: 1 ( __ __ __-
.Te/sels, or other property, which l maybe amount of. such outlays ,and disbursementsfrom said by any citizen or citizens of -
I be made, a certificate signed or sworn toby ships, ; I at this plate and. at Pcnsacola. The 8aa. .

: -j' "of'". the one following or!moj-eof particulars the general: partners't;stating: -. '! or compjnyi purchased for or owned the.'ptpdof1"yngomi by any.such ;association the I such the outlays time of anH njaking expenditures the same.,and. The disburse-amount 'salary? this officer is proposed to be fixed at Augustine.the disparagement,y e must of be the permitted, public, hotel to eip"9C ., _

I / FintThe and residence, business1/*'the corupt1t r rotherwts jmay be' ments and interests; to be agreed upon and ascertained -, 8300, in addition to'the usual Jees. We trust our belief, that there w: 'some mistafo: in i
name Jlaccspof 7 .
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/ all the co-partners or" associate: and the name held byny one q(naore of the mana inlfpart- : Yift .Commissionersjto be, 'pp int-, the bill.will pass, matter, or that whatever may have rx eff

: "I ." or style of the co-partnership "r association ners of ott"'er&fltb be"designated their'z1- ed by partiesor incase of dlagrcenient'asfosucliappoi4trncnt has:; come @the ear;jbf our respected __ ______
I les of nssociution and in trust for all the members.for by the Chi fJustiee of in a Very exaggerated
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: "... i becdnd-Tbc description of the Rood or Ca.f Our is short. We will pomry form. %let
: .. l contemplated : .the il&anH'pWposcs' : of the associa! *.. the United( Slaves.SjE4Tl4.VTDiitthisact. 03": original matter as it may, however', we are gratified to -' .. _

1 ( --. .J pn1oroth'ublieimpfovcmts, nt' fivhjQh I ,.u_ .fc.-s*.zjju.d1ia to'itS debts: t" ., shalljfeyer be,construedSi4hc'ri3 repair this soon. We', have some work on cerve that t'he has}taken a proper Vien -tr

li: : f ,1 forth -A'it ,r'p; Jaat\ ncrF.f.1T1 ch :' :the persons enaaged,l 'such Pit? hand, which we will so "despatch, and then character and origin of these repa" .

I I&z.' 1 :;;- rill':: ."'" r'ti' ,." .\. 1 : u r the'purpose, dfbankingof we will RO oil beautifully. !IS prejudicial to St. Augustine; and ha.s t _______
'" --. 'aw.-.." ._. '-b 1jOZOIS *mySftf' > $%*** IS|***Clal l'drmCr( rw ** m* ** \ a them.t but a few cfT our
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i"" (:; other [appropriaf8 descTTpichv7>r'any oth tract: debts 0 .lDcur liabilities Ull.bcha1C'of tb;! blhlt' kepJoflice[ of discount and de- : i 11 .. I -_
t1 c ....t.q" Ocrrl improvement to be effected t bv them. 'bJmpanjor'tQmanage or control the- officers poSit fron\ ourselves the fact that our business is feelings;;of the people'p. 'Sa\:1: -
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<< Thud The amount of the ital of such of the association,except so far as mavi'beagreed ._ steadily on the increase. Nothing can be so them, their City and State, are of,tl I____________

_1 I company contemplated to be paitf; in nnd employed ; in the article of association ; but all the i "" grateful to us a&his significant indication that t character. We fully realfzu: the .jm' -

ti i; { .. in such enterprise, and if divided into general partners ahall be deemed to J bo managers !Ca '5\trSJE2 ma our humble efforts to serve and to please are of their good-will to us. We know I
J shares, thenumber and value of the shares: 'or ; jf the association, and fully authorized to f business, arid the business of their Sjp-
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e- proportion each partner. contract debts, and do all other acts and things - IS 18.T"e not unappreciated by a generous public.To essential Savannah. We are conj n
December 21,
; \ JourtA-Stating who arc general find who which general partners ordinary partnership: our friends in the country we tender our {lour merchants are most; anxious to sec
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I j f \ are special or limited partners jn such us..oei- 1 may do, unless such partnership or association i _-- '1- = [crnteful acknowledgments for the promptness j,laud to extend their business connexions i

l /. : ation,and the relative portion or shares of twh shall provide by their article of association for I Lecfilnliirc. i if' with which they ham met our demands. Woshallbeabletoo f the people ot our Southern Sister T", .

I j V J in such association, or the amount, contributed -I the management and control,pf the ailairs; and I I f' The ; linirs;!! : of this body ate oX snl11 e'Cfrla on why then; should ben
or : grecdto contributed by each' | business of their company by certain specified proci could well be otherwise \ conduct our paper during the sympathy of feeling between St. Au itj'

I ; Fifth-The timo for which such partnership 1 general partners to bo called. managers: ; othI !i interest, and. indeed' it not ensuing, year in a style which will render it and Savannah, and why any disparag: ag j&I

\ shall continue. I ir agents, which they may do it they see lit ; I j I when the numerous important measures eminently worthy of their sup! port. I I: marks, by any citizen or citizens of the one -
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1 I' SEC. 2. At least three or more of such partners and in that; case, provide copy ()sucii articles before it are considered. Our \j young 'I place against; the interests of the other, hOllY

I being citizens of the United States, and: ; of association; shall be first <|dy filed in the State is in its milk and swathing bands," and I IH wholly discountenanced by the pu >lie II
owning at. least one third of the capital I of sJlII j Oiliee/ of the Clerk of the County Court: of the will do much to fix arflie steamnshipCherokee! arrived at Savannah -i large. Not only do wc,1 tit one, kivc the.t
of -
"J: a 2 company, shall bo general partners'; and! liable County or Counties through which said road, the acts our legislators I from! New York on the 18th. I j vie below from the Herald an insertion,bUtie

I :: IL,' .\t generally fur the debts of the association: or I I canal or other improvements may pass, then I the character of our State. 'l'hea rc to determine -- I| will publish any- communication in oiir cot

Ii' ",, V partnership ; and all shall be considered: as tio! persons therein named as the managers: of how our south are to be educated BT We clip the following from the \\p ood-* ; umns which may be of service in placing tie

f' : general partners unless particularly named: as the! asse-iatioii, or other persons duly authorized whether carefully 1} efficiently or not all.We character of the botch of St. Aujjtwtinoia:
notice
ville Miss. \Vh( The flattering: of
: I special; or limited partners in the certificates! by-them: :shall alone be deemed competent ; ( ) f their true light before the travelling public.
r'o- i uforesaan.l in case tIe; are so named, t then i I to coutfiict debts or liabilities on the part of the .cannot but regard! with gratitude the, judicious Mr. HAXHAM will be gratify\ to his many. old '

f.I f'f f i \ such Special; or' limited opartnl.'rh..11.. only association, or otherwise manage! its affairs as i .and earnest efforts of the members, a:$ friends in this place : | ---- I

: $ : bo liable to the extent of\ the capital contributed between: tiiemselvesand the public ; and anyspecial well of t the present as the last Assembly, to In noticing the destruction of the property CeX'HI1id-IiC, uf Ihe Xeic York Oiwrwr,

I 'I\ or tigreed to be contributed by them respectively. -, I partner or other I person may be nume'd'usoceol I, bring! this matter into proper form. What is ofthe Rail: Road( Company, by t tire. last week, A Mild Winter Climate. I !
it. the managers of the business: of such I It seems: not to bo generally known t bjr wr
over-stated the of the loss
most essent:; ial, in the outset, is some economical we amount ; report
4 ; SEC. 3. Any such association having liU-d. : association: or authorized to act as an ateuti : had it. The correction bo countrymen: that we have( irj our own cobarj
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exaggerated may
; J their certificate : and j vet liberal form on! which to proceed.The a wiutt-r retreat that
as aforesaid, shall haxc the therefor by thell1allaers; ; whenever! any important, but we\rjnderstand\ that $S.000 will uny1 substantiallyiBabiwoeti
I exclusive: right of making or constructing a I' changes m.iy be made in the managers! of said particular efficacy of any system (of cover theloss. The business of the Railroad amends for the many privations and inC:uiie

\\ J., : road, canal, or other improvement, except company by the co-partners, either by the appointment education: must consist, not.so.. much in anygeneral has: suffered no interruption from the aC'eident.TIll' jiiunces that arc necessarily encountered[
draining out obstructions in rivers or other of iie\';ones, or by the substitution of those who, at treat: expense of ;
; nnd versatile
outline in the thoroughness industry: ready ingenuity\
legislative -
\ navigable'waters, contemplated by their articles -; of one lor another, due notice of such change ; ,AS will cross:: the Atlantic in search of a milder'cli.niate. :
I :Mr. Hanihani: Engineer of the! road, !soon -
; of association, and no other railroad or :shall: be 1 siven, and filed in each of the Clerks I and zeal with which such outline is filled reinstate : before the fire. Thy writer has, Iccn in the ha'bi.
things as they were
I ,: \ ; canal, or other improvement, calculated to interfere I Offices) aforesaid.: I hp by the agents: to wtioni its execution is'en- years of visiting during) the willtert, <<:3S0..

1 I with theirs, shall be made or constructed SEC. 10. Any of the partners of such association -: tnMed. Our one idea of a school system I II southern States of our own country. His ah
\1 by other association sell and transfer the whole Tuorm.E YALE COLLEGE. We learn from object has been to the ifinorthern .
L any person, or company, may or any is that which only partially relieves the I rx : escape severity
I between the ,same points of termination or portion of his interest_ in suirh: co-pariiiership) pa- j: the Northampton Courier that the faculty of climate; mid secure a milder tttn>*'
::1 parallel thereto, and within twenty. Wiles I'I or a4ociation, to any other person or persons, rent from the burden and fl>responsibility educating I j I Yale College! has punished several of thH actorsin :; ratum than can bo found. at any point t ojh

.1 1 a thereof; Provided always! that such association { upon filingu notice of such transfer in the the child.! The total, absence' : of responsibility tin annual ceremony of "burying Euclid." Potomac. Three seasons spent in '

4. I A, shall survey/and: / locate the route oTsucb: jroad1, tCierk! T&licc j aforesaid: signed! by'the purchas.ei implies a want ofiwholesomeanx1iety I,, The faculty were' determined to break up the and southern Florida have- satisfied hi4f.. -

\ \ or catial ortotheiimprovements /and'actually*.[ j: gui Basejs, 01 by" his orheirduly:; :. au- wbjchsoon shades ofTinlo: a want of irtcfest. custom, and threatened this, year to take severe multitudes, xvho now need a change of land < '

J )'. "" ....da. "lI" commgncQlhe.. ( tb1nMnJctfoMe'r .l5i .itt'year ." j.1 6ricdja] nO$ :t tye v f feature
I I '. : ': -. flora! _the. time'dmuiip! }. theircaie '\ ;;" *,Or r.nrfiori"s. >IMi PlJm5itfi4ftiffihil_} ? ; whltl hrtivSii ', ; "" in petition. Hence. the s dent \'ho delivered the parasririgly'of our owi'countrr.\ ..vuIt'kid.'tMi

-, ---. w,..r.:&.,- ana ()ball bona fide c ueth klJ1g"** new *Jurtmi'. or barthfflT thus, admittod;arej '-.._iS,: ..b' ,9.'rr d .-,. l .ht. if' '-U'soincsalutary. sermon, and the one who read the., pocmwim? ;( : ::tojniddle.or,' !>Ie'p; : t.. ; : J _
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\1 _' pr cobstrtfttinrofL: 4 y4JW* "P"WF |Jjftftjyparroef lIjW1J ifnt.Jm: ; J MB or two others.werejg rolM.t Others were l orJd ,1U4 i .kM.w r
I 'l\: r \ \ M&I.. complete the samewathip fire yea ,, lie lr.- :; ll, if a.Fehn4. beIiablof ,: ., ',-I ;"Jl I rustlca e '? ... :s h... -, _fUI3I13PLLtP," .
1 1 I b 8r within sncb'further U ablbtc.. :J J. -: Ji bllitie ( the' company4! orassociation,1 taxation" .', k11oos. th&Jtudelit. $.'t... cctator but only the actors Beginning at Jacksonville! ;ian Ihe bLr-,< .

". .," } ,. cecding ten years.*& all, asthe Governor f
_ ., f :. : !, State, for the<< time, being! may grunt if! partner in uriy other partnership: -; but if ii spe- The bill: referred to'.proYJ.that fifty per them as a !spy was! roughly treated. The j students : avery 1avorabkchimateir.Jpvalid' *; Si: ,

: I '' ? : they are unab1witltprojej; diligence to complete cial partner, he shall only be liable to the extent cent shall be contributed by the.people.Ve' !' kicked him knocked ofF his hat.anti snowballed rarely seen, and tbenrare but few day"

: i the same within five years, as aforesaid ; ., of the capital or shares( of the co-partner: (it-sire to so this principle introduced!, but him untill he was obliged to flee for his exercise in thdopen air cannot, be enjoy

S which further time tho]Governor is authorizedto ship milS purchased by him, and to the amount modified. If Congress:;; intended by its munificent life. | hour or two's sail in the steamboat bring;; ,

grant, provided they are bona fide, progressing ;; paid and agreed to be paid tor and on account I So the of time-hallowed to Picolata,the landing-place tort passengep
\ departs glory cus
S ; ; 1 t with such improvement with all reasonable of such shareor portion purchased by him-: I donatives give the State the means of : Augustine. Stages are in waiting to coin -

-- i : diligence. | I'rtir'nl alwIIYi,'l'hat at least one-third of the educating its youth, it certainly never designed tom. We know of no body of mon who, as a passengers to the city, a distance of sovcni -

: SEC. 4. Any such partnership duly formed, ': capital of said company' association paid in, that they should be but half educated. whole, were more ready to listci. to the voice miles Tho proprietors the hotels

: as aforesaid, shall, practicable and agreed to be paid in, shall l he owned boarding-houses have been engaged in Ir
; as,soon as \ i or by Under OUr: }present circumstances fifty percent of reason, or were more severely studious, or i
'- I I. S within the year aforesaid, cause the route of general: partners, who citzensof the United treated their instructors; with more uniform inup f for the reccptio'n of companyand'S'S
i the canal, railroad, or other improvement, !to : States ; and transfer shall bo allowed by any is mure than a young people can contribute.A : feel encouraged to believe that a goodly; i
; be and i which will I wJ.l sufficient to the consideration than the class of M8, and this ber will resort there of old ann
surveyed located, file a copy of said cP'fwrall'arIIJl'r; reduce the interestor : proportion, just det'iuy as in-days j
: survey,and a map or plat of the route of such j of the general partners below that amount.; I'lighter expenses, and to draw the attention of the faculty y'ere constrained to acknowledge. some measure reimburse them for their on is
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railroad or canal, in the office of the county I j $f.c. U. Any such company may sue by the I indi\" llunls'to the matter: so as to fix personal Yet when they were forbidden to weep o'er the of money and time. True, the houses
clerk of each county through which such rond: name and style of the co-partnership or nsso-1 I of Euclid the of compare favorably with i our Astor, F
corse spirit friendship was
,, t or canal may pass, and no alteration shall I ciation; without nameing: all the' partners in the i ii interest, is every thing that shoul.d.be be re- and Howard, but still the' attention of\Wfi'

thereafter made in the termination or route ,i writ or procession of procedin-rs, and the service ll'' I'CII. If the State assumes the duty of educating : stronger than thospirit of subordination, aud crs, and the luxury of a summer -

of such road or canal, exceeding five miles: of process-in: ;any, civil suit, on any three I its youth, the parent will feel that is they refused to recognize a right to interfere in January make ample amends. Thee' '"

1 from such original location, unless for ,good'1 of the general partners, or any two of the man- no concern of his. If he be taxed, he willhavo .'with Ihem in a harmless ceremonial They, stopping }point on* the river St.; Johnsis:' : ?V t

cause, to be shown to and sanctioned or approved -. ag'-i-s, if there are managers, shall be doomed I i therefore, celebrated the burial in a style never latka ; it is clairrie'd for this place that the P
.. by the circuit court of the county-ill which ',1 suicicnt, and have the same effect ;is though 1 I'' the right of property, and a corresponding mate is still better than 'tho*> named, butf :;'
t such alteration is desired to be made, and) u served upon all ,the partners, and the partnership : interest will bo excited. f' known before. It is true they did'it at want of suitable accommodations will\\\

map or plat of any such altl'rntioll.witl.1 copY! property of the association,as well as the j The House bill, in our view, is: best t adapted their peril, but they stood shoulder to shoulder, invalids tarrying long. About twenty F.t t

S V- \\ of the order of approval by the circuit court, 'iindivdu.il property of the general partners, '" ;as a basis. Incorporate upon it the feature I iike brothers, determined, if there were a single only can bo comfortably housed I'T Tboarding

fchall be made and filed in the office of the shall!! t (; liable to any execution issued upon any ; expulsion, to sustain:' : him .byvleavirig with house in the place. The last: pi : {
1 V. clerk of the circuit court of the county where jud' ::mont which may be obtained in any civil l : which; we have suggested, and wohave enoughto that I shall name onthisriver! isLakeMonr '

'.1. in such alteration is made. suit or proceedings institucd. in'ltfio' same i b'gil1upon. It useless to attempt the de- !j,him. We had the honor to be selected by the it is about 200 miles south of St. August;i. .

: SEC. 5. After such route; shall have been inuiiner' as though all the co-partn'rs\ha\ 1 been velopement of a complete system in a day ; l j,class to deliver the poem on that occasion,and, and is ero long destined to'be the 1'-sQrt..t* r

r ,I \ a:::." surveyed and located and theplat, then" of tih"IH j''I servedviih process, ; and any suit, action or jt is the work of time. What most we wij-h to !;I with them, we were ready to meet,the. conse, hundreds of our northern invalids. The Isis

., as aforesaid, if the contemplated route of I 1 proceeding! brought,commenced prosecuted .Vr : quences. The ;spiritcd .student, while he i is an enlargement; of the St. John's river.
road or canal thus surveyed, shall run through 1 j I I,I by the :said association: ) in their co-partnership ; is a proper 'attention to economy, without at its widest p'jint is three to three and alt .

.. .; the lands of'any person) who is unwilling to': name: style or linn, shall I be as valid! and ellectual overlooking! t Ihts most: important fact: that com- I ready to respect the law, docs not forget that I miles over ; a more beautiful sheet of w; !.

S the t for such ',or with whom ;;; I all 1 intents and ,, he has rights! which are not to be trifled with.
to
grant same purpose i purposes' as though all ] -ii'nt ]*n>(tnii should bo employed in order to i not to be found in our country. The !a
the said association are unable to agree as to ,,, tho partners were named in such suit, uctipn or'f tone to the intellectual and mora| charac- ': Not only did we know we were ri ht/'but the t ions that arc: presented here cannot tan
f PVC ;
V l the price to be paid for such land. or lor the !t i prtH-trding ; and thedenth ot any partner or i J I citizens at large sympathized: with us, public draw tine attention of'sojinc enterprising '
thereof for such canal iWid other tor of those who arc to come after us ; not for1i I
f' use or or the addition! of 111'Jarllu'rs: during the pen- i or men, who will find their pecuiftarywt
then and in that / that the services of those who well ;: opinion sustained u and what is more, the:
case,
j improvement a jury ,jlency of any civil suit, action oi proceediiisv I i getting are j promoted in"erecting spacious building:twill

I\, !! may be summoned upon the application of--) by or against such partners or association: shall j fitted to enter upon this task cannot be secured t J.I gi rls\were on our side. Thus supported, as we accommodate; as many as the U. **. _

(S 5 S either party, by any circuit judsjc or judge; of,;'; not abate' such suit or proceeding, or effect the without fair remuneration. In'a word, if we were, the faculty veiy considerately held their Hotel in Saratoga.! Enterprise, a smal Ld L
.," :aT judge of probate, to assess the damages: of the sumo in any manner. I .1 hands. ment 5u the easterly side of the lake;
'. ".S of the land and to determine what want good teachers-and, according to our.
owner
SEC. .
sum 12.
i ,i i AO tax shall bliDlpo (si on tJll cap.1 I boarding-house capable! of nccomm'
j 1' shall be paid to him for damages: or Injury italor property of :111)uch association: experience, any others are worse than uselesswe : Perhaps we arc saying: that: which as nn editor about thirty persons. The .present 1 Ii hiU,

) \ f which will accrue to him from the uoe'of: his lieu thereof they shall pay a tax not excecdj .must pay for them. : we should not say ; but we can't help it, i is a very ob'liging, gentlemanly man, a&U
i.
I land for such road or canal,and thereupon\ thc j j I hug three-tenth per cent to the SJatc: upon the On the 11th, the Assembly went- into an '! for we will never forget, as in melancholy all in his }power to render visiters:: coh_

!said association or company and their agents ;:: gross. income or receipts of the road, canal, or election for United States Senator. After five 1 r: mood we gazed on the face of the dead, how able. It i is said that there is a newhou -
iind servants and take .
may enter upon po.sse.s-: j j other internal improvements, which they I I progress of erection that will accoi ,
I sion of said land 'i may | we saw. for the first time, what all have. heard I
choice
not exceeding eight rods in make or construct, and a proportionate tax to ballotings, no was.made, and the election ,I about twenty, so that fifty to sixty pe rsons.
q 1 width, or four rods each side of the said road the countyor counties through which < their was postponed to a future day 3Ir. ''Uur-' of, but not many have seen-" a man sleeping be very pleasantly> provided for in Eatc

f\\! t or canal, and may continue to hold and use ::: road:\ or carlnl may pass, or in which the internal -" TiLt received a greater number of votes than like a book. \ 7 A: steamboat running in connection WIIJ'
ff 1 L M-he! same for the of constructing and ., -
purpose ; improvements bo located such I, __ : Savannah
county : boats, is seen once a week tre-
h \ .i: ''maintaining such road or canal Prmiled /Iu"e. on)" .other candidate, but not sufficient to elect.A ;
: .tax to bear; the same I I with
J proportion to the State her of cCIv t
prccjous' treasures new
that shall in the first bill the of pf'emp-I j F We deeply regret :Mr. Palfrey's motion of yes-
Irr. they : placc-and be. tax that the coinity taxes! do in other cases to passed granting right new letters, and The grea1 f.
-' fore such entry and'taking, possession: paIr tlv Sate tax. And in: order to faciliate; the. tion 'tosettlcrs on public lands. This act we !I terd ay to abolish slavery in the District of Col- traction for those newspapers.who are in feeble heatt! i'the :

Under to the owner aforesaid!' or to his agent coilictioiiof: such tax it shall be the duty of deem important as it puts the Suite lands tin-! j I I urnbia. It is a new torch -.discord cast into sulphur springs which 'abound in
the sum so as cs l'llltill' jury, and the taxed ,
osts of the proceedings: to be'certilied by the of sonic!such one of the( general partners: or managers: d er the same regulations in this,respect, as the j I the midst of the people. We still more deeply neighborhood the uniform inildnesa
) to make k
root ,,: judge : And ;' .furthtr, that nothing in', the gross.company amount of the income an affidavit or stating ofI other public lands. It will do much to render i I f rJ regret that 69 members should! have been found climate and its general exemption from -
S receipts storms,: there is scarcely: any heed of*
t this section shall be construed authorize the..said: them available, and to enhance their value I in the House to favor its introduction.
such any I I I company' association from their to Why and the most delicate may tak et: ere)* in 4
locate '
to the
route of their i
company ca- said road. canal or other Improvement\ for theyear the State. I disturb the happiness of '
hal or road ,I a great people by optlll1ir daily. To the plcasurc. hs1 u ?
through ornamental
garden, -
grounds contiguous to any building, I ending on the 1st day ,jf January" next 'rh.eHousc returned Seriate bill entitled, an I such ilI- dviscll and intemperate movements ? sportsman, a wide field i is here opened. (G, .
or over
any preceding the said
pII,3. I the ground occupied by any building, so as to*.affidavit I having making been sworn of to affidavit,shall be, which delivj act to incorporate St. Johns Lodge No. 12, in i[ It can come to no good.j.It will excite the coun- is to be'found in abundance, and as for badt t tit
-
onewho
would
Lk 'require SEC.; 6.the removal of"the same.: ;j'I cred to the taxcihlectorof the county in which the city x>f St. Augustine, as, passed by the j I I try, and destroy the harmony of the Confed- gard for his hardly veracity do for to any hazard-the telling11

Any jury summoned as aforesaid, I such road or cnal may have; its principal of-. House without amendment. {! cracy. If pushed to its ultimate !
shall consist j of disinterested free-holders consequences of the wonderfimi stories current In the j.A p
residents !- lice: l located
4- ,i of the county i in \\ )hich the land in qU('*:- '|, ruury: Oil eeh, on yi'ar or. before: and in thi case first of day the of Feb-I Mr. Avery made a i report on the subject of: it may shake the Union it.-elf.: What bcniiit -! gentleman well know to the writer!' l''

Hon may be, and at least! one weeks notice : or iifglcct: to d! ii\er such: affidavit within the Schools and Colleges.: As all similar papers can it render, to compensate for these ca- lives near the lake, caught at one time, "
'S 4 shall be. given of the time and of theirrneeting time lamities.- space ot six minutes thirty-five!trout, w g.
'w pace i prescribed' to the tax collector or .colicc.tot's connected with this matter arc of permanent Waxhsin.'ton,! Union, Dec. 14. :,
100
to hear unuch 1 ing over pounds.
S .Matters ; which notice the said shall be _
Company liable
:
shall be given; or caused to IIP' given, by to pay importance, we will give it further .attention I -- -- --- Besides thu places named, there are i3 -'
ju I penalty of two hundred dollars, to be !.iued :ID" We publish! the }I/ill '
? : the judge who may summon siid jury.nnd: the ''forand collected by the I hereafter. J I passed by tho last others irt mJddi and southern Florida that"
certificate of the judge l" whoiu proper tax Collector,1 Assemblyto l authorize jut ernal i ; resorted to but the of first class
34k eoro! the saidfroctdings for the use and henclitot' the State and the It appears from a statement of the Complrol-: f fl improvements. ; want

_: -r. &; may "bu hud, of the t t't the damK or receipt: uf' :laid: Company; shall income be' -1 l lor. that: the gro..s amount of assessments for: !, We shall probably make -it a subject of comment ing houses must operate to prevcntjnany f .
:: i going \\I.o would, under other t cir'cunwtanir :: -
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Turtle Iei rtpreaents the ::
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lacA8.pricctIyehdianunu; and thel ;
? itle'tbetto' $Jfcrt fiere. ('th rt '
.Thb report 4'. t1masuchhatatt; : tho iopIcalruits| grow' darf 1849:;between rnt1t1M' ,:...th* 8tato& .'.Fldridahafh .t\dl'4\1a'b "' 'theret
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{ .fayorable..spotJorr'manY'-9f : 1 1a1houra"'of !
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that t ween. the'ctjYe Cpmco toner$ ifTh Jl jaad! tate*, ;
city, iIt e,!%baire sought.refuge. in our: country, In reftrcnce'to le.1-* '" bonodiry\An3<; wertbta1d; l lagrewnent.by land, ; I

.' -1rom.: southern1[ part>f Europe and the the eaid 'cqmm aioneIath1eerxat-; l i tf. :; ; RID 1..I
tJODfinedfrora t .y.1a1eLr.Mr.; Bewail does not he itate: to Ified by the B1A1axnteevMen& wbffeof f.JU smdigrl' 1848- :'
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c fltirnen r i"tys5wiUingness; .to be one of 'a party 'filed! \the'office'of tbcecretary: of'Slateof: i j the.b.( of : r
Vt wtoTrbuVpo to SL; Lucia and make it his per::, State.of Florida: '. : St. uci ? 1 ? ..
our (ricndIt f.inan'epflfcelling place: : 'Now ''tnur u'r W w.dl'D>MosEtif\ ; Gojrs 1 s.ndand. Sacta Lucia: : : i l ) -
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tract ot land ,
end. 'add Uor of the "State of Elorida In' and ere : appointedSuperintendant
: IjCmaiyp; well to that the expenscrof pursuance ty virtue .
",,': ..bo:1rd.Ja, places 'named is .very uniform, :of the'third! section l of'the'; ct'pf the" General Assembly -1 on. the 15th u111.818,"! ; : : i .

the 4' -and rarelyxceedtngsix dollars per weck :Torthoso ,' of this. ''State. 'aforesaid dp proclaim the,"line : .*Beginninjiii1bert'ii E H.GWez.Grant, ) ] ; Florida under and by virtue
:ti, agreed upon by.the cominissiohers aforesaid': and defined I
who .t ,a distance, are not .appriscd.of
QcraL AVe : : .W,45.. S.at E 42
.s the increased : i bythe'said act1aprod: January,CUi', 1&48; to I ; notice
nave beyannah facilities now.enjoyedforxeUipg be" the boundary between the States aforeuid/and that-I ary,ol townsMftd, : ; 1848, hereby gives to Y

t I south: it mar be mentioned. that.there are new it, fchall,;;'be henceforth deemed and," taken by' all tbtho4tiea I 1 eb ,S27f.. il? ihs, ; ; .., to r ..

hotcI of't ,'l .oind.ai-unuah ipIcndj.sea steamers running weekly td iu { and .peopte'of tbi.,State :a* the.true and, 45 cbs, S 23$ EE5 : r Grants that the respective; { Jv _
to k md Charleston. These connect Only boundary line between the States of Florida and ESOchs 2JP'B2; ,
'with the'.stambOD.ts Savannah for the St, the line of south'bo .
FtakcfK'th at Alabama, to.wit: 'The line cornujencirig on the:Chatahobcbie -
re been i ; Johns Riven so that in about five days fromt' -. River,'near a place! known as:' Irwin'a Mill," thence fc 214 ? B .S>- : \ It. W. NORRIS, ALEXANDER a
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fled com New \ork yoj may reach the St Johns. and fanning West id the Perdido, marked throughout line on east boundary) -
:
Bo by blazes on the trees' and also, by mounds of earth I S 16} E 40 cbi.SiJ: : '
j:
5ed to u.H perl ..ArrLvaIz-.ir TOEi'j : MAOlOLlA. thrown uPOn the line;at' distances of-one mile, 'more cbs, 8:176 E.15'C : o have, been! .appointed f.by the .' "-
35 chs,: 8 M E 34. :
o r l leas, from'tich other and known the
commonly as
Iview' f Dr.n. R. Reid, P&1tkL' .Mound. ; !1e:'.or.at. Elliott's Line," "and .by1' these i6i- E 26 .chs. FGl. ; 1 : J ce to mak ID said 'survevsJ',.'
Ambler
ports Ui Jacksonville. .. "'
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N176io'W.2chs.R35chN4J2ach : :
names distinguished.from a anther line above, running :f..11. ., '. J ...... .'! 'J \ '
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8tcPllen fr.\
al er'V }? Jwnettowa--, rNi \ .r .
; f. .... ... s tg1irlytd4ilrecd1snis:; ; :(noi'exceedinn: : : ,t> > ",. : .1 .
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v J hs.lfmIe's : abuIlib 'ntenY.rca: .
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'o Coff'e' Line:?' W 17 {'he,N 22} W : .c/ ,.
.Mra. Sharp. and servant. 'Jo.ItlARRIED In lOch!!, N 21 j a W 10 ,
H. Howlaud, New York. testimony whereof, I have hereto fet my hand ,.' 3 I .
cb N 18 %V2.5chs,
rnDrtan iv.. Waldzon and enured! the great oral<< of the State to be
do
this;: tIjr [SFAL.] afiiied. Done at the Capitol in the city ofTallahaswr \V4ehH.N' : Hi3 W a rightful claim to any of the -: ..
State, j r AT MRS. R1=tD's. \ this 25th day of October, A. D., W 15.5(>)>, N 5} E !
Iittdent MM. Chacon', New York City, \ 1843. to the line on east ; !
thatsecure
jtr I i Mr. Chacon, do. ,V. D. :MOSELEY, Gorernor. thence N 8! W 7 cbs, l anyknowledge of the lines and I.

ionsnrnon \ .-I S A.. MAXWELL, Secretary. of Slate.EW 13 chs, N 2:10T 22 ;
1 W 72 "hi, to line of
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Threg -In this city, on the Ihth in-t.Ly \ respectfully desired to come
42 thence N (
\ GOODS REDUCED range ; :
a perfect the Rev. Mr. Varela, Mr. HENRY R. TKASDALE.f .. PRICES. ,
CALL the attention of the Trade, Private 22.5(). N 23} W : \ !
[ Augustine Columbus, Georgia, to :Miss ESTENISLAUA F., WE: ', and others to the very large supply W 13.08: () i.11:<<. N 22 3 ; ( of locality as it may be ', !

F3giflg Te ,daughter of Peter Bent, 1'I'q": of this city. of promiscuous articles usually! kept by a Z, now LdngtJit.laarg'd dill, N 39 W 18 chs. I / I ,
of the ono W 13 ch*, N 80$ o XV .
cr> shouli In this city,. on WcJiiesJay, the 2UUi inst., by the: !Tliey have per bn Schooner sw-IfcU-d'Dd with Noit" and 5 => E 6 chs" N 26} o F :: more especially desirable I as % X., :;

public u KcT. Benj. Wright, Lieut. WYLLY C. AUA\I: .,, with the strirti-st econemy great, which rare enables us purtliasfd tortdiice 31 Js 'V 7 chs to : / %r

> the arti- U. 8. A., to Miss E. CATHERINE, eldest daughter: thft prices n ;re'ably to the limes GO, bearing tree a ( ; part of claimants,. will greatly '

on.butwo of Charles Loring Ecq.r of this jilace. We refer to our seven 1 advertisements, and solieithf it thence S 66 \V .: l c :l; _

I our col On the 4th inst., by the. Rev. Theodore Clapp, M.'G. intention of the Trade and others' 6G E 290.10 cbs in the execution of their work
ucing the Oct. 26, isis? E. mining 12,180 acres, I ;
AVISonr of the proprietors of the N. O. IMta .. CARR. reference I it'
-- -- appear by to t
(latino( ia t
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CHAHI.OTTE, only ot Oliver and Mary
daughter
public. 'Uronoti,0f to Hartford. ';onu. A LL piTfons having: deirihndj npninst the estate by Gcorg Houston, ) : bring the surveys in question to ,-: Ji I 'r '
from
i order the
At Baton Rouge, on the ith! inst., Col. \V. W. S.IBLIS8 of !OSIPh: late of St Johns county, d \
; e'I'n"l'tl. IIrt" required to present them within th) tinifprescribed ; conformity with a_ : '
: to Miss ELIZABETH( daughter oftnjor ; t
United! States rendered
a rrer by law: or they will be barred. And nillJt'tliOIiS I :
,General' Zachery Taylor, President elect of the United indebted supposed to belono '
to said estate are requested to make I .

C.U by url .; tBtt"II.! -. -. .. LninuJiatc payment.MICHAEL to of :MichaetLa7.anis Bernardo Segui!,, or i : for the present, will'be as follows: tZ)} f';
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In couiitryf --- + -- 7 tISINA. "
iruikJinconvt B. E. CARR, Charlotte Street, in receiving Sheriff and! trx-oificio Administrator. .bnouatduefor. I \ .
August 2, 1848.! f lata on the St. Johns and .l\ ;:
: .
,
/ choice Jot of Groceries, Provi i'>nF, Shelf and Fancy .. j, extend'y
[itcrcd by I(:OOtJII selected for They --- : -1 -/
Crockery, &c. holidays.
FOR !SAL.R.CATIRO. Also-19,500: *
V i none v, are now being di,chnre.t'. Fruits a n.l other articles A \ SVG.\.n.JILL-15 banks of the River St. ; .sides of the river, as the rfj

iutdcr cli- are in prime order. At retail. 1inch* Rollers, with a set of Boiler,with a copper into the Indian River,. ISaid I I ff-"I\ ',*;r ,

habit ftitcasou Dec. 20 1848. s till! attached-nil in good order needing but triflingrep.iir. land is part of a i i! y. the grants in that portionclaims of j'., 4
thuHtit '\ It U, offered fur rale cheap and on the most!: by the Spanish i 4
utily _. -- rea.'onable term" bounded as follows : {
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jiy of uur SHIP NEWS. 4 I'' Persons desiring to'purchnw: would do well to examine Palm. south of the m [ ; the s. Johns, from Picolata to Jj 1' .,

tempi..fl tliis before going farther. and running thence ; : 1 V ,
Irn .)rth ARRIVED. I I Apply! nt this j.l1(fioe. 1\ to a pine ; thence north : ( the,State Mr. NORRIS,- m the _-

middle I October, It48. a Make ; thence north ;
Ebiiu '18-Sch. Angler) E'ercw York. 12 clay S. -_ -- -_ _ cabbage palm on the 2o""r t l. 'rr, ;

[ of kCt'tk C75 packages to :B. .E. Carr. 1, HAY OATS AND CORN in quantities iot lit above_the mouth of the i east' bank of the. St. Johns, and .> ..; :

March 14th t
j 1$48. ::
500 '
acres \
therejrbin
fl9p3( .f.X: nOltTJlSAF..TER. DATE I willnpplf j! ---- r 'two_**_, which said i ;! ; river and /ocearif&nd/< ;north f .
troiycJi to the Court of.Probate, of St..Johns Cm n- '-'oc'iai: JrI\C\ ) 3 11)0"" be'wd, : & i. < T H A (.
I ;l \
,fJ t 'ty for settlement df\ mccoontaka Executrix of..the ILe< ;: : ) :"; i'-ii8. :
tny :' :-Mh (
L' i* M .. t. &K4.aqa4.L4w i* : ./ nal d) *is."tharg .' ... OX LKE Ol'fItO&' TLOBIPA. ,eid. ; 1 tIC t b ruetlOrtAOi.fi. )6-t" .. ..

JOhai / ...'.........,$' .:; .; ;,.:;f. .. a. ; eo. 'THIS 'new-1 buna1nriTrtSw"D n'? fitted ; : ? : ; ; J." '' '''''Y' .,i ; .. '/4'

; .1." SARAH PECK. .visit up for our the Lake accommodation for the winter of those reason.who may The known-JMaWre of the.Ijnc Hon., ;' ; : j '; and Mr;; ItAWOLPf "' ( )J dis :t. ? :.

(rot ii Ft.; AiitrtMrtine, 23'.1 1 Dec. 1848. .
Trust
and .
1 m nee I f ,
tt I -- -- house i is scarcely one mile from the Enterprise Hou.c. j 1. -v
ys : 'INFORMATION! : ,v A %TED.Of'IIARRIBT [ f It has springs of the Kime quality in its vicinity-a Amount- du, Taxet Tazt. bank of the :St. Johns, and: ':' : .

> YOUNG, widow! of Alexander'Ynnns.'If : I! jost-ofTire nt hand, and is at the firet landing of the a
t \Add: I -
W )( khe will write to her rister. CnrolimKlli.: .-, 214 West ftcamer upon the Lake- \ '
igera 1 lITUr nrwt. New York -he will hear If fnnicthing | The Proprietor pIedg] R himwlf that: no fflfort .'hi ill Unless the" taxes .%s \ \

conreylvcnlecaj 't '\i'ry much to her ndvnnligc. Or anv inforinntiniiriHjtfcting 'I..' "p'ln'tl l on his: put that will conduct: to the comfortbe fore! the day of Nile. \ .

her her child Christenin Young will of those who may favor him with their .
: or : 1 patronage. Tax Atretnor and in the possession or power of ,
.I Ig aodjy
:lIIl nkfl1llv neived by Iwr pister.N.w VIRGIL R. 1WPONT. p.-
;
bruzud Yoik.-Nov.27.1818. .Orange County Florida, October20; It?18. i. t. Luck County, : .

they O" The Jacksonville News i is riqnei-tod to inwrltlib I to the respective. surveyors, the t --

DUBK; : at\T1 ..sDCranbe.rrics notice twice, and forward bill to the subscriber atlnterprise. Compound 1 -

and la' Potatoes the true location and bound- _
outliriUnat Apples, IVood ,

BUCKWHEAT, 4 Wait Congress, entitled Au act Another,' I:[ ) .

''rankltnphere STEWART'S SYRUPS'; COXFCCTIOXARV, .1.1 making appropriations, for .th !ser. a'distinguished \' .,
p ccb. vice of the Post Office Department for the year ending from DR. YOUNG,
Prtn, the 30th June, 1845)," authorizes the tram-portation of \ \ JBR'IX, ". :

bo next' DKfED FRUITS, CHOICE rRlHiwo""s, .the. mail by Charleston, Key West and Havana line, MESSRS.: ANGXEV : ,. ."

at Ps HAMS, FISH BEEF PORK or by ot.her) steamers, to such other places on the coast in g recommended in ;; of Private Laud Claim* ill Florida. 'f'- 3ft.
ot Florida' as the Postmnner General deem
IthcdHJttbef Butter may prac- family TnOM ON'S '
S 'able anti expedient" and appropriates thereior the euui' TAR AND WOOD : I, \ } 1
Lard, of $3,001):; ) To enable said law to be put into operation, in saying that it oneof : .' \
hrpvertln 'CIIEJc E ENGLISh 'PIN. APPLE SAPSA- Proposals for carrying the mails! of the . ,
.. ) ; Infilled! States j j in, use, and jn-rsons : -- -- '- .j

( only 'GQ, RICE, FLOUR, MEAL, RYE FLOUR, from the lOt of February, 1M!>, to the 30th June, 1851, i: fections, of the Throat, ,I I STATE OF FLORIDA.
incliiMve, will be received the II
at Contract.Office of the of the I I '
s1'o.t :t1ll year, { "{ '1.\1'IO BY THE GOVERNOR.E .
It t place Conibctionry 3ss"d Preserver Ollice Department, in the city Washington, until 1 -
allay a Cough or f
lonroe; ; Dried 9, a. m., of the 25th day of December, 184 (to be ThoittsonVCompound] IT KNOWN to all the peopleofthis<< : Slatp'
fruits.fiE. I thitin nf the Act of the General:
bislinerjrtof decided the next day.) the Dud punmanc !
on routes in the
rAl:r:. manner W.M. Youso,
i ; iiihIy. approved 6th January, 1K47, and De
ami time herein ppccinVd, viz: ,J The : "' 4th
"'- tlIII'CltdiJine I
lake No. 3539. From St. Augustine, I lH4e'Chapters 71 I and 166, an t'1t'ctiowill| \
ho by Smyrna, Indian olFifih and
.I ;Niirmt! ) ThTClothing RivrrKey Snn Lucic. Jupiter. 'linmi"KeJ' Largo: Indian I corner&M by C. i : ) II hoid.in the several precincts within the, on Tues- .

a ba\t Wholesale Warehouse K'-y .VVst, Charlotte Hnrbour:5artlCIIlta.}/ Tauipa, -- fj., : : y.th 7ih day of November next to choose three ..:::. '_,..
atcr a Cedar Key.*, St. Mark., Apulachicola, St. .Jo.ejIi'::, : : ;';{', ;:; ot" I'resident nnd Vice President of the Uni- .

anti St.! AiulrewV, to Pcnsacola, twice a month and St. ( | States. ,
ttTiC' I I..E\"IS'k IL\\: I.'OUI). back in Menmboats. Whereas it has been / I jiv"l1; .under my hand and the great seal of the State ,!
for ? at the (Jnbitol. in '1aUaha t't". this 17th day :
Scpnrnte t of '
prOP'Nt sections the above that the Glanden and .
No* 352: &, 250; Pearl' Slrorf, routt'lI.a .1 I : .tAt.j Of 184. .
.t$ follows' will be t'onic1t'red.'iz: j to a considerable ('. tf> August .I'r .
it (Between }'tiItoii.t t.iind Burling Jlip.Y .) : : J I WAI. D. :M03ELF.Y. .
Fiom $ AuLTistiiie )rate limit i of this '
' t. \, to Key Wct.From P | | Governor 1I / .
ir iYvr.. : of Florida. -
IVnsacoIn to Apalachicola.From ) Be it therefore' R(' .
3.3 I j I thr Governor :
HAVE ON: HAND, TilE LAKUEST ASSdr.TMC.NT.: CT Ap'ilachicola to Tampa. dt'ased shall' remove th
% MAXWEM...
(fjE() Fiom Tampa to Key West t. supplying iUl'a'h case within five day after I I Sfcetnry nfi St"t'. .
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bu ., the, intermediate points. Be it further n-solvd. i .

L. INTJIE Proposals for weekly service on the above" routes orl'ectiou8 City Marshal after ', << INVALUBI..E. ,,.,, J

UNITED STATES, of routes, will also be'considered. in i which the foregoing be Resolu di:1.n t : / F AM I ME ;CO.TI I'AKIOIY.[ i r;:. .. ,1r

f.. ". \ .Adapted to the. Southern and Southwestern Markets! NOTE. may so in i iall 'I' : : I ; IX''Letueson Causes, vention'8nd Cure of ..
uf. expenses accruing:
'. Each proposal thould be accompanied by II guaranteesigned lion shall be paid by the ,I{I I I r Consumption, Asthma Discuses of the Heart,and I "::

In the article of b) .one.or IUqre reEponsibeperonsiii. the follow j << 1 Female Disease 234. page, 23 engravings. Pa- .. l .. 1
ing manner, viz: t : j I 50 cts. ; bound 75 ct*. Mail to any part-vctotage 'r'
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SHIRTS AND DRAWERS .
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$n. The undersigned )-2 cts. -
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that 1 I
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guaranty Attest P. C. \ I
We k'clHln rndlet variety.ALSO if his bid for carrying the mail from to he j' ,; :: Braces and Chest Expanders, $2, Mail! ; .

;: THE MOST EXTENSIVE: MAXL'FACTfRERS or accepted by the Postmaster General, !shall enter into an Choice i : / :i I part ail)ct*postage. Inhaling Tube;:Silver3. t

gbte : OIL CLOTHIKG obligation prior to the jirltt day of February! next with I fell. Del i f!i: : .letter postagebdomina Supporter, pr- .
: AXO :good and sufficient sureties, to perform the service pro. PER' families.; I.I ]' $:J to ;$IU. for all Ruptures, Falling: of the Bow-
at 't posed." an"omboautl! Wk Back and I @1jW'mIa.'i8O. L\3 This should be accompanied by the certificate of a --Oct.-- 2-1, 1848. I j jA ] : J 1 II (,, .'! everywhere. For Braces or Supporters; or ..

Ith't t In the \\" post inabter, or other equivalent testimony that the FINE lot nf : I! Supportersgive height! from head tofoolvand

C tb Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kind guarantors are men ot'proerty, and able to make good Crackers. Hams I i of person r.extthej-nrfacejust above the .
r their guarant-*. Fish Fulton :Market :: ';!: ; If Rupture, mantion which aide. Agents want- ,
LEWIS it HANFOKD The'prl'pl-8ltohOllM be sent' to the department Col.! Simon At !I : th- sale of the above p"od) Address Dr. 8. S i
I tII! .JVo. 25-2: % 2.6 Pearl Street. ed, endorsed II ; 707 Broadway, i\ew York, fI.
.. l'rt.l''t'I.t for n>utc No. 3.53H, in al-I August 7, 1848. I I poet paid. .
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Choice Grorcricti.CII. !la, and! addressed to the First Assistant" : I i i' 21. I1 _
General. Putato -
Q Angler, 10 day from! New Y ork'i discharging For the prohibition of bids resulting from ER ch Del I & i TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. I

his, choice articles,suitable for the holiday, ,and the terms and conditions on which combination the P tailing.: I lLLbe I'olcfon the Ut dayof January,1849 .

cx) sisn.\a! OF tract is to !foe made see the last annual advertisement.con Oct. 8, 1848.CODFISH. 300 acres of land being a part (undivided) of "
jed \ Fulton M Hams, No. 1 :Maekarel.bls. C. JOHNSON, Po.-tmater General. I {' of 1iJOaeres( of land situated on thteastside \

do do Beef No. 1 .Io i lI&;. POST OFFICE DEPAnT. EXT- Washington IB : St. Johns River called Roll's Town; belonging .
: Sep. W8
d tp. do Tongue*, No. I Kits & & bl* Sept 20? -law 1 12wTitorburn's { ;l Estate of Job Wiggins d c'd, which said tract of '

p.it do Sausage, Herring, Salmon, -- Oct. 24, 1848. 1 ; six cuballerias or twelve hundred acres was sur' ., ,
agb. f, do Dried Beef, Codfish.Sardine Fresh Garden Seeds.! ttTOTICE i is bl're r by Pedro :Marrot On the 10th Nov. 1791. :
.. do Soused feet, uchovies, AW assortment just received from this1 celebrated I i the office of the acre situated at (Cabbas Hammock on the .
IMtcIed Hcrrinc. B. E. CARR. ; ,., among which x j side of St. John' Kivrr South; of the Branch ,

December 20th 1848.1rJEV Early. York and Drumhead i'hug! estate county of my JOHN-account DIlV : I!, I ] ; ,' Dunn's ciwk, which nm into Dunn's J.akt'f'\ i
--- pirtot a'UC't.v. of 4M)0( ) :
Ruta '
BUCKWHEAT. ftnall Raga mind Flat Dutch 1 ; from lIIisIal". I will j acres belonging. tr) .....:2'. .
packaw Afll11rt1l.u:, anti! Lelery, : ( liroward. '. ; '
J' expressly for private families, nt retail. I'o".ant't', of which all ,; { ,
Narrow-fat : :MATHKW: fOL\NA L.
Pea.- &c. For sale I J %
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State of Florida 1 S
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I '. : orc ; decreed, St. JohB CcUUUy*' >I Chancery Sale. '. Extracts.S .5 5
I ,, ,. r St. County Tax Collector'sSale. ihat isWenissioners: : shall aiguugtu fallowed'Is a remuneration Ii making npproprlatlousfocethf ser- 7b1et '.,) From lie fete* note in fact in this States- gS r;
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I ", \' 1it1efiservic oh mnus8ion on the vice of the I ot Office Department for the year ending Heecreeof ROADS BBIDGES, AND f yt :.
BMOT
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the Circuit Court for .
,
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I ,1 virtue of the vested in by law .! authorizes the uansportatioaof VIRTUq '
1 me 1849
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3OLhJU '
power this the e. ,
to A sale of said ,,1ant; as. BY O1D OYXK3X2&S'
realize2Utromthe r.
B unotmt : 'the llT. Johns made o'n the 21st 1.- .
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vanaline day
I V. shall' for sale before the .CQurtHou ,"West, and U county -
Charleston
the ,Key ,
.expose the.mail by It shall be the ; "
-t- :'ita disereuoii miy .hereafter :direct t".t ogefterbill duty of the Road C _
J i : in'ce'rt aerio. '
urt A. D. 18 ln in which San- -
4 1'd wr in'the city offit.. Augustine, Monday], tbe,23a ea1 taxed b "'or by othe steamers, to such oter"c; Jpne, ; cause lay off the roads hi
r .\ theirrespectiYe
r' ': ,, (day of Ap l 1uext, between the hours of 12, and 2,-* idr.uiadenti.l CIpenaa. .to. .b f 'L.;" of Florida a' ithe rd Ilolme and James'Dick were complainants and divisions r _
of
:lotuterGenew.mayale
: convenient _
f lengthand athe _
t ::. ; that day, the following described assessed 9bI *** edient J. HedJtk 'defendant.: 1 shall sell at public sale ,
: property 'Afcrthe\ order&J'aodgeoV ndiJnreed; and e] ,, 1!at ,of October'next. between"the hands liable to work on the same,and aptlta fit,al-_ .
,. 'c nourerident"eo the 2d day --
: Monday
I ; the property of Peter 8ken timith, a for d than $5OOO.[[Tdeuab1eT'saidjaw to pu ____
'thathatsye..j1riady i I' ter nnmber'oracife of sa '! and' of thai AH the title and proper person as Overseer, to work on .c salt .
j : much thereof will pay'.tbe; estate and Co !1 ofMftcheI Proposals for>carrvidg the of *of 10 2 day. right, '
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l' 'I I Taxes due thereon for the 1848-to wit: I 'w : .been',slPitt! Htoilhe =ektate of ma the 30* rest' of the said defendants in and to the following road divisions and furaish said Oreriet: tha tilt r _
year Jjne
I WIfe from the ls February, all
M.4evy| ; and John H.' LewU al-d. ,All that Tract 'of the hands,liable to w rk on his di- dirs&, .
ODe ttiomaud acres of JLautl more will be received at the ContracjOffice of the described'premises viz : or parcel S
Hon. L
; \\ l lei situated Plains in the of bi. be awa &;toeitherpfthiIi_ .by jth Hj.Broxi6n inclusive un- land containing 'six hundred and forty acres, situate, AUltoadCornmI.iOrtersaDdOT_ __ ___ 5
I I' or on Diego count refer : fcparfinent; in the city Ywhington,
,Whom i is to shall for
I Of
it two and
proposed
aitri'or.to Pot serve untiU .
Oe years .
1 Johns. in.the Slate of Florida and bounded on"' the 1848 to be lying and having at or near Picolata, in the county of otberssppomted j
1.i I i 'S the ;ontroythy.between the executor of,P. Mitchel, ,til 9,a'm., f thVSSth_day of.Decemb, ( and they shall be exempt from aoyvthex? md 0 .
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(- $ north by lands of, Lazaro Oricgaon; $& south by .J E. Levy. decided the ext day,) on the routes .the manner bt. Johns aforesaid, which was acquired by Joseph militia
the
; ''t 1 4 5 : I lands of Nicholas Sanchez ; ou the et/st by the Sea, the said:J awlrd i and L wisMdwife4andM decision thetr; thcrsaid'(commisaoners and tfanc be ein specified,Viz f i Papy of the said.county.under and in.virtue, 'of the compensation duty/or for their time services being aad shaU feerre.other r.)t
'Beach and on'the the Old PublicS for a finaly.ff Indian Donatioi of the Congress the United States and ; and e'ryceaeer.n
4 j.. w Mby King's or' in. From Stl Augustine by.inyrnii act 1
'bhallV'ow' each of,,thedi 'for whom1'such No..359 appointed, who shall l refuse or *dohl ; Ji
S negledt *dqtyaa
I Road. Indian which wis conveyed by the said Joseph Papy and _
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/ Miami;Kff Largo, .
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additional Jupiter
t l S t Also-Lots seven," "Jourt, "," sixteen," award may;Iirefmade', to purchase .tuch !. Rvr, \ ui Charlotte Harbourarasota, Tampa, Rafaela his wife, to the said John J. HeJrick, by indenture .directed in this act,shall forfeit for ercj such .flene Key ,
to less
that assigned than
,'- and quantity on the came terms as already | the Eleventh of not twenty-five dollars to Jb treovered Iwr', .r
\ S twenty-tlree, twenty-four, enty-fte, I l .St./Matks,. Apalagjfcola Joseph's. bearing date day December, "
II situated in the J (! Plat St. them by the tfcreeof. partition. ., CedaKeys hundred and warrant before a Justice of the Peace ,'
twenty-tit: ujth Fity : a. and one. thousand eight twenty eight and -
;! And, it is jbrtber ordered, adjndgtn and' decreed., and St. An rew'stPensacolat1WtC mOnt It shall be the duty of the Overseen the several'roads ._____
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Atai! the
the old which of land is described
Augustine, on lfodaJ2onrtrion": I : said tract or parcel inland
: that in iIi aggregate amount otthe sales (all the back i stt" bat pJ ,to return a list on oath of all ._ _ 1
ease tje defaulters aaj
J. /f. Whitehurtt lAt, PO called.;and" Crosby North Lot, thafall the Gsectionof the above routes a by the said Indenture as having been granted to the -
S each being fifty by one hundred'and, fifty feet in me, hinds being tt Id) is sufficiently great eo share I' Sepnte'rpal edviz f** said Joseph Papy on the 27th day December, 1825, the list returned as,aforesaid,shaUbJ absence of lie-' rtlsioners'and
t'J r Creek parties-'Ini/rest may gef their proportionate rolows wi Overseer deemed sufficient evidence.;;Prtri and bounded west by Onejfda and eaet by street by the Board of Land Commissioners of the Eastern
,I 1 S in the city of St. Augustine. Also, six lots on .. Pou- either of land'or money, then all the,claimants shall From St. AugusthVto Ke/West. District of Florida in virtue of the Donation Act of Overseer may hear excuse during tie five days after S
that
i', and' which aid contribute'rafeably:to make up such jUfieemsjSso, From Pei fo'Apalac&icola. the default,and said excuses in writiwr.swora to by the
lots
all the .
Plantation
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being Congress, as will fully appear on Record in the office of
\ \ .near a*' raaf be; according to from lachicola Jo Tampa. defaulter,with the said list shall be eaeol.
5- all
t 1 .' Smhh'jown'ed on'raid-Plantation (>n the 23d:'day oft uaf af : :Apt the said Board of Land Commissioners,as by referenceto given t..
d:, ", S Mach, 1841, and fcltuaied on the we.-t bile of Maria thick interests' fn't"the land. >. FronSTaiipatc'Key'VV$t-, supplying. I each casekbe'intermei the said Indenture ,last Sjbove mentioned will fully the Road Commissioners of their respective dktrktt .
:. :f. \ (p" at least ten days before their
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: f' iat'epomts. regtlar sittings,after '
i anchex Creek. a
t S .$ $! B ; ; Per B. Dumas; i Circuit Court do for weekly service on the above routes or and at large appear. road working: and five before or.
I t j Also-500,,ncres first, rate land in Twelve Mile ProPs l And also, all that certain,other Tractor parcel of days the sitting ,

'. "1' .- Swamp, in'St. Johns nty'lt'JU) ( the fourth ptrt'oijlract 'herebywrCr/.lhe;fJrfegoin4to. be a correct transcript Mid ates, will' auo.be condered. land containing six ,hundred and forty acres, situate, commissioners,shall either himself or by some penoa t _
f I u *?4ourt decree made : authorized
4 I''" I j'. ..: .. 'I' oflandrgrantedtoG I l'J. F.' Clarke by,the eWirdc fMid of f'T: 'e: 'OT"E :.: .' lying and having at Deep .Creek near'the Johns duly by,him, give notice to those who nay:, ___
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'. t : I' ;niered ia-eaid enMtM nw i the date'oforesaid. 'f f *" .J 1tto1iIle tch be defaulters and whose wntcn .xcuie*:' %r ju '_ _
.t.-10.LJ 'lUl acopmpanied b/ pp >v &
.--.. -_.A" -"', .\. a"., ,' -, Iu"witne"iw wfiereor/I hereunto set my hand nd1 prop i guarantee1 JUicy, hi thwasacquired ;eouD1t Gf 8 ohzu.f'oB' wJP _,.rj,r.vi:"na thfm tn mrantaAr bew r. J '

1 ;t : ," ,' mid eTiurTJred' acres \Y ey d arkt' .if'gaidi.Circuit Court this 16th day of November signed by 01 e or more onsileprn.it\folow: by Michael Papy of the said County.under show cauws under- oatoTtfuy; tie _ _
c ,ti f1 to Rerai Brunet tie seal : ,
and Robert _
1 hay.II ___
A now belonging to jug manner viz: I i and virtue of the Donation Act of Congress, or __
: :l' A. D./18-18. \ why they should utt be fined; and the
I q 4'A. ;:', (Double tax.) .The un ersigned guaranty that one of them, and which was conveyed by ihe said persoaaped _
DUMAS
I I P. B. il to give such notice,shall be "exempt(
ruin
't' I ..,, i '!'Unless the taxes thereon and tlie costs ore paid before 'St. Johns if bis bid fo carrying the mail from to b I Michael Papy and Mary his wife to the said John 3,. be
of County
,: t' I 1.1'" S :,. the day of : ". Clerk C. C. : __ accepted by he IWmasler General, tJiall cuter into nn : lied rick, by Indenture bearing date the 23d day of as inauy days ad he may actually employed in _
hands and notice
14 I j & S. 1 MATHEW SOLANA, of February next, with' ing giving to.defaulters. _
t. EtLLGAT'S 1 obligation p ior to ibefrtt day April one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine The Road COJUDlhsiooerubaU be liable i
I I "L.< Tax AsscRfornnd (*c-ll,'ctor \ suuicieut sureties to perform the service and Cum'I
1 : \ flood and pro- which Mud last mentioned tract of land is described for the
) :"i 1': St. Joluu 'Coanty.CJKCCIT S and County Commissioners keeping in good __ __
in
the said Indenture
I ; : I posed. by as having been gran-
'. S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT theseycral public road iu tneir.,district, and .
.< S This shot be accompanied by the certificate of a ted to the said Michael'Papy on the 16th day of August -
| h (
.5. fined non-attendattc
this
COCUT by act prescribed *
JOHNS as
/00 ST. Cm \
'S. vrv, testimony. that thee _
post niaste I. S..HIT equivalent Ie2o, by the Board of Land Commissioners for
; :. Monday, tIle 13th day of .\"jfallbtt.1. I). J64S. ( OR. ,, of propeflyand able to make good the Kastcrn District of Florida duty and Overseers of KoaJ?shall be
_ ,, ._ J. J guarantors :n I' it in virtue of the Donation the likf) default in their duties and may be fired 'J

I ,: _. IN CHANCLKV.S ". IFAll] IIILLIIO their guarnll '-. I Act of Congress as will fully appear on Reeded at Justice of the Peace vibe instance of the Rued
s ; The prop -al "l.oi.ltl be pent to the department sealed the office of said Board of Land Commisioners, as by t '
lnissioner4.
I
.5 / \ ,. PRALL ET AL. ) number 7I1nIc wid ot.1 l endorsed .riopitsnis for route No. 3539, in Flori- the raid Indenture last above mentioned -S.
S K" ad \ lIacnlffura! uf year*past myJjiniiicnt will more fully It shall be the duty of each and every Overseer of the .
i" Partition.Tllil and ued Vie aVi my own pei- da:' ad res.M.-il to the First Attain i Postmaster appear reference. being'thereto had. Together with roads road signs direJdoou
ant as.aforesaid.lo
BRUSH public put up or -
I :. "j ) IT AL. sun, Ifed wrfectly secure innj/tring' It to p.nt'rtl all and singular the right members,hereditament and painted on boards,and wifely secured on pouts
.
4 '. and certain 'remedy I Ihl pr hibition of bids suiting from tombinn- appurtenance to the said premises belonging or in J
; the
Call1 lm\inglcen brOught; on to brhranMP ) I publzcas a saftt or trees,ut every conspicious fork of such public n a<*l
I ': S MI the :.'''' of .JtuKuEVjir.vjA: Jr A. ;\. (\- for Itheui/iatiMii r;'/ls ill tiun,and th u-rnisaml! conditions ou which the conrnnde any wise incident or appertaining. within his road division i ,and said Oveiseei' shall al*>,
'i.rH'auJ Limbs Joints and I tract i.- to be, see the last annual advertisement. MICHAEL U8INA. of chnbleID1lttrial! .
S. ; : Thuitias (X Cu.is, JouiiuisMoiierj aiipouiit ) tlie/ cause to be erected mile posts .
S d thcicin! \ luidir and liy, virtueui t u Utniiiiiiviou lo.ul .-f or Ru- I C. JOHNSON, Postmaster Ueneral.OKPARTME.NT ; Sbt'ritfSt. Johns County.' long caiJ roads,and such overseer shall receive foe each

S t t I out of, and uuJer the belll..f ihui tJourt and! till nailing largemrnt of the I PosrOmcEtitpt Washington, t'I Iti;, 1W4!?. St. AuSmtine. August 23d 143.I sign xo pat up and for the mile posts which le nay '

1 .. S : an J filing said K('port, which beans tlau--March Bones.' tIn O-, aw lawPURIFY erect, a reasonable compensation to be Jeierauned by

J S '.' t J iS: ," J848, "hy wliu-hit t n]>po.trM that tinaiJ I'odiiai.sioiijiuferiily nil th<* nbo\e named complaints this Liniment if I CITY COUNCIL ROOM the Road Commissioners ; and the Ovefcmss are benny '

i S and rrpurt, that tlu-y find UK Kii jj l land ho I' need in accordance with the directions on -ach phial, I TiE BLOOD. St. Augustine, 17th August, J848. authorised to commnttr personal labor for wagons and a' '

-f \ t S t-itujtr.l! that a partition ihcn-of cnnuot lie made wiih- will be t found an invaluable antidote for .Mercury, I M O F Rf salted, By the Mayor and Aldermen of the Cityof tt'ILm-t. or other necescary ivnpliinenw for the repair of .
:s : '. ul1t.lrl'JuJI't', to twine of tin; ovwuiti aiiJ! u hcu\y tAAtiJ I bt. Augustine in Council oselUbled.thnl.frolU ROil quads' nail bridge.-I, or for money at1.the rate of one dollar -
1 intended "ol.-l! l ly 'for the above named diseases. inoIl44.qIrjiI ,
S ':,,'.", S rtn.. II nil," S. i 1 jag' ot' I the increasing dcmund, the proprietorhas VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS after this date it thall) Le the duty of the City Marshal per il.iy,for every day's labor which t-hall beexpeu

!'f .' i S the nlijrctioifi to nai'l rq)'.rt bi-mg wuh.Jrnwll i t-ntered| :l'largely into the uiunufnctory of the same, ANDPHtENIX to stup'nll negroes he may find I in the directs of the deil by the said Overseer ou the roads and bridges, ly

; It wus ou inolioii of counsel$ i city or elsewhere within the city limits out and away hiring other laborers.
and the incid 'nt the getting it as BITTERS
_ S .f '; 4 '1 Oidcn, JaljUilg. nn.l d' cl'II l, anti this Court !I.y well expense lo.-ire' to render bcm-lit upon to the up wilier-; from their usual place of abode 'and lodging,after the OF TEKSOSS LIABLE TO ROAD DtTY,HOW WARS! .'
as a
I S : 1- .S. I \'irtinol tiif nuUioniy theifin vi-atcd, doth order, utiI t'rtIf distressing d has caused many him to make The high) i oil envied cel.brl.Lleb these |pr.emIDe'MllcU hours designated in existing city ordinances as prohibitory } All nblf bodied free white males,between the age of -
I'll a :eune ha iu
judge and decree that the raid nnd all things ; re aqured Dnrible eifictcy all -in reference in the and residents of cvunty '
ff to
S report public the Kile uf it.Sr. j profcM rrudertd the negroes being ttreets at eighteen fony-tive years, auy _
.I. .
& Lcb t cue I. '
( I lUrdu: fonUiiiR-il Jo jntilu-d and cOlitirlllt.d.I niirht for the of of for and all able l t1ied'w.1e .
S. btund S ArucsnxF, V- F.. May 23d, lfM7.Ir. .1 rnclic i puffin; uot ooljr nnoeceutry, but uuwur- purpose ascertaining whether they this State twenty days, S
'. And It app'-aring to the vatUfaciion ol thiS Court, 1 thy or tem They are boW, their fruits; their good have passes authorizing them so to be out ; and should slaves free negroes and free mulattoes between the '
I I : W. C. .. ." T-hr: : This i is to certify thatI
works far U.em, and not the faith of
they
that: tlie sail THO.MAS C L'iLls of said jjomuiieioiKTs triY he find i in the If nnd resfdents aforenuf
S ;, : ; one wax subject to the Rheumatism for three year"' fur lie creduloui> .b any negroes .treets or elsewhere within age ( sixteen i fifty years*, as )
S rt-siiJw's the of tliu'Court, : the limits from their said of shall bo liable ami vorke the road t
4 bi-yonJ juriMlictioa city away places abode t-ubjict to on public
but founlllu! riled
which 1 tried all medical aid, until -
4 5 S i and that tsaiJ (*EoctiE U'AWUN, Jr. 'and taid A.,'M. I was recommended to try your Rheumatic Liniment :QTASTHU4. ACUTE: ansi CHROMO C .:I and ht'dgin ', contrary. to the city ordinances. lie- shall and highways in such counties; frnided+JuiicettTf. _

RvrOw\Lrit, the other of said Coininissiont-rs;"are'in or Pain Killer. Having uwd but two phhls. I of tlu BLADDER and XIEUI'SJ.FFECTl"S require them to appear next morning before the Mayor that all regular liscen."ed Iud ordained ministers of the .. .

J)the employment of the Government and their tngagemrnts am perfectly cured. I give this certificate t fur the benefit DETERS I LIVER COMPLAINTS.ind .- -to whom he phall make regular written reports ofI."lIch gospel,teachers of seminaries of learning,poetmU1.r. -
S of Much a nature' the idea bt their la be touth the diseases prevail hwy will delinquents uuder this resolution he millers and their
4 ; aa preclude of.all who troubled with this painful-disease. '. Wtt'wh as. may detect. ,ferry men, light-house; keeper pilots _
5 f" \,. ', Ability further; to perform t the duties of Coniuii&ionefsw are DO.MINUO (:J RCOl'I,Y. IM U.(buod theM Inral Mcioei.. PJutn.I' ,and be lbolit ixhcri, win tholll.u ly! the City Council shall be exempt front working no public roaaVui ,,

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S, 4 I IT/ ,contemplated the. act of the.LegitUuuru in reUr None are genuine unless bearing the signature of the BILIOUS CttOLIC and SEKOVS Litutcittt, BILKS.cosTireXEss G. I1UJIPUflEYSfnyor.. this State. S S.crews : '
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S .. ,lion to partition of.rt'aiand personal prupeity in this proprietor in hn ) on the label.&ita COLDS COUGHS, CBOLIC.CONSUMKttOX. P. C ZTLSTRI. Clerk. The mode of warning or summoning hands to cIG.f
1 .State." ..L ** ? trwn.handjwrtting,f'lb'48. Died with gwtt success i in thMdiMUfc ______ -4_-- road duty,bhall be by giving_at least three days'prr'nl-
Sttiteinbfr I
i ttiah .
S : : ft11sfurthfrderiddjidged and,decn-ed,that b ,.: W. G. FALLIGANT, COR&U HVttGRB. DROPSIES .i IVolice. ous notice, (either Iy the Overseer hlhwelf; or some
: ism'az .
'
I ', I t"lI&ict' 'RaidoIph,:TtizuaI. lI"acr'Ueor ,r.. 1, ) ,'.f- ;:ror.s1ey-' I B E.CAIIR.W "- dlat. .m,1J' 4abI medioe.zzUpvo. wiUa. tLW.di if IS HEARBY given, that. two Months after date.I person whom he may appoint who may,bj serving,bet
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.i'l'I 1 !IWaW 1.1 n. .h 1'l'6'c h l ;.t ;> Jt 4, .J,>f.' : 41 ,W..Btlll ,UY8P ..L4T&T.S will present my accounts and vouchers as adminia- exempt frein working fur the time,) in.perso air ia wri-1' K

\ '&Sri', tIid'tba&.G rgJ\I. a1Dt9f. & 1: ,tbr. ntJ 'YAJ'i ,fo "L TC} 'S1SALE. : LXNCTl1.4 VE.iM'&esI S' trator of the estate of Mary L. Ugarte, deceased before ting eft at the person'sjropper plac6"'. \

4- .S. J Li1cuadF1ckida.'JawLhildut'.aiJ' 1Mau"l'J.. fici01Jon! the. 1st day of January, 1849 YEvEItTna* will ; the Hon.'Judge.of Probates of St. Johns County all free male persona' ',.. *atthLflseer .

'. S .ju d Wuv A. Forward: of .tit Augubtin iiWiu ceumy ,#00 acres of land,being part (undivided)oft ertata ouotrl remedy Other edIces nedionea leave nd the trt 'apeiQ aub.ieol;tos sad for settlement and allowance;and six Months from dateI of slaves liable,to'meet' .at such din, placj

\ ) of St. Jo'hn4 Florida, tfirtt cuitublepersons 1& p''ttd: irnrk'or> 1501)acres of land, situated on the east Fid, return of the dii ease*core b,theM mcJieines a icnnaneaL- hall apply for letters of dismission as Administrator. he may appoint, and with stich tools as he may .

S \ ., ; S be, end they ,arc herrby npi iulfd tuiuusia- vf the St. John River called Koll's Town, belonging! TRY TIfEIIJBi SATISFIED. AND BE CURED. of said estate. If any tree person'summoned as hetetotureprescnibed .

S I soners for' the purpose of.carrying out tlrc drcrce of to the Estate: of Job \ViIt'ln! dt'c'J, which aid tract v FOULNESS if COMPLEXIONGENE1UAL DEBILITY". R. D. .FONTAN?. AJmr. shall fail to attend, or tend a substitute with

t l 4 SS S ..\\J. S 1l court in Mid cau e, iu plic of th: aiJ lornu-r j II IIe thirty MX cabnllerias or twelve hundred acres wu Mirveyed COUP. GIDDINESS. GRAVEL. IlEADA'RES.qf, ever) June 13th 1; 8. propper tools, or fail faithfully to perform his duty,:i

,: comm ",ioners hereby removed tn abuvo. I by Pedro Marrot on the 10th Nov. 1791 Hint INWARD FEVER INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. any,owner or overseer of any lave, ehall fail to ,

And the court being satisfied that the saul report of ) H.immoek th IMPURE BLOOD JAUNDICE LOSS uf APPE the Fame to work in purmancs of the summons, melt r
::4 5 tiOtK: ncrte situated nt Cabbage on An Ordinance for the 5
J,pO. S D raid A. M. \UnnJoljili, Thorn.-. C. l.llu ami saul J East: nide of :t. lobn', Hiwroulh of the L'ruue; ] TITE.x.xvxm I COMPLAINTS preventing person overseer,or owner shall,fur each day's default ,

(:leorVatKin, Jun., coiumi,ioners an atoirt is i, ('ihletI 1 Dunncicek, which runs into Dunn's Lake LEPROSY. LOOSENESS, r'unnuig ol'any horse or horses pay not exceeding two dollars, nor less than one doUarL'

\! jll'4tal1d correct, being part of. a -t-urtry of 4000( acres, belonging. t, ttlERCIURIAL DISK ASK Sr- the streets of the City of at the discretion of the Road Commssiones, to berelcoi .
.1 i Djih hfreby order, adjudge and dcrre the said I John .' SS Never(kiis i: eradicate entirely all the tot-eu of Mercury ioUitetr through .\ red by warrant before a Justice of the Peace

: lanJj to |Iu' 8olJ at public auction, by ami under the! Urwnrt MATHEW tooner than the mmt powerful preparation of Sarsapanlla.KIOIIT St. Augustine.r defaulter paying all costs ; and all and any part i>f hid

tbrrction of the Mud lit'urgt'1.; 1'aynt, JJIU"l'lllltl, fOJ.\NA. SWEATS. XEEVOUR DEBILITY* NERVOUS of kind whatsoever is hereby ,made Ila, ..
Tax Collector for J property, any ;
at. 01 1 l UI t Y COMPLAINTS qf All Jkfaub, ORGAA1C,AFTECTIOXS. it Ordained-By the authority of the Mayor and S
., .t and William A. Forward, Comuu-*>jou('ib hvreby a'- O.-tc.b.-r 1st, 14P. PALPITATION if tilt HEART. PAINTErS CHOLIO. Aldermen S of the City uf Si. Avguttine, That from be! for the same. '

S p'tintcil-" :If.'rt.a ii. nt the Town of .Mu-unopy in tu<- -. P I X* B S. The oriental proprietor of these nedicinei and after the of this act, no -halll'8nter. The road duty which hereafter may be required(k .
--- -- -" -- passage person
: S .Ii. S'. IUK! Cnuntyof \lachua. un tin-Twi-niytiM iii.y/: <1S i'- .OTfCE.N :. was Medicines cured alooel of Pilot of M yean standon by the BM of hue Life gallop or nm,or cause to go faster than a Flow trot any the cit izeqs of his State,snail not exceed four workingdaysat

: ; S S Kriuinr1 m the jcar. of our Lord one iliou>al ei)'uthuuJre.l A rxirn or s-p-cial, 'leun of the United Stntcim PAINS in the bead,tide,back,limbi.joinU and organs.KIIEUflATISM. horse, mare, gelding, or mule through the streets of one time, or eight days in the year: ProvideS '

i .5 uul foilv inn*', and to continue- 'in'il-i"Mi I I Ditrnt C;.nri for the .rlhcr I Ditnct.ot Flu 1 TbiM aflUtea with this this City. Any person violating this act, thrill upon however, that if at any time there be trees or oiherjob-t

S I "5, : day (.!'till die h.i4tie completed! ; And that t-aiJ './tniiiHi riila witll"! h'-U) t f. .tlii-:. hearing nnd dtriditurof\ Chnrer terrible dineoje.twill be sure of relief by the Life Medicines.RVSII conviction thereof before the Mayor or other Justice of Ftmctiond blown! across any public road in this, &tate.

',ii'T-s In CHUM* notice of. nd rale to b- uu.alnJi'- "- >. cnu> -", and .tor ihv trnnsnctioii of (Chancery bu .i i of j BLOOD to the HEAD" SCURVY.SALTEIlEU"'r the Peace be fined Five dollars for the first offence and or from,excessive rain, tome bridge or causeway b*
S II tt'I)' l'ahti..bf'd! until the day of said sale, in the toVloujg \ the Council Jus of SWELLINGS washed ,the Overseer of said road be authorized Sand
the *
.5 ne ;, at in city 4M. Auj.rustm'ii < 8CROFULA.oa' KINO'S BVXXt, iniu Ten dollars for the second offence, one half of which way
; w-papors, to wit : the .-.en.d Mi.inlay in November I.X t wont fcrm*. ULCERS, o/every detcrlptio. I shall go to the informer and one half to the City. he is hereby required soon as may be expedient .

: S. lTaiou &, Iiitelhgeiici'r, Washington, !). CJ.rharlcatoa By order of Ins Honor 1. H. BRONSUN, Julg. won m 01 all "da. .re eflneUioIly etpeDed by Sec.2. And but further Ordained That after the to call out a sufficient nummer of the road hands most .

"S Courier CharkV' n, a U.Commercial R. MYERS, Marehal, these MedicinesJ Parents will A ..1110 idmiouter them when passage of this act no Carman Drayman or Wagoner, convenient, and proceed to remove or repare the nil:
Orleans ever their enstesW m siwpeeled. Relief will be certain anti he shall at the next general rod.
:, Bulletin New f'v his Li pmy, hall be allowed to go at a faste rate than the commoa obstruction- ;
Georgian, & Republican, S avtnnih, (Ia. G. IIUMPHRKY.S.St : TUB LIFE PILLS AND HNEMX BITTERS. walk of a horse under a penalty of five dollars (if n working exempt the said hands as many days a* they: .

t Journal, .Montgonnry, Alabama S : AuguMiiie, Flu:, Oct. 19, I l34.Sriip PURIFY THE BLOOD white man) and if a free coloured person Mulatto or were actually1 engaged in making said repair, or removing I

; 1 t 'ntinol & Floridian, Florida. And thus all disease from the Mave,he shall receive t\wntyatript'15 cud stand committed said obstructions
\,, And thjj Notice alno, be gi\cn by Hand Bills. Joll"C' .nlnr.\\ move system. : until the costs of suit be paid.it, may howeverbe All free n" groo in lhn State, summoned to work oa.

:. ..1. And that thf said Commissioners hull l1 in the salt tof j jv I Tt'ART'S; $ 111'lil A .tncle iri4 will place the LIFE I PILLS I and i i optional with the free negro mulatto or master of any of the roads of this State, who shall neglect or refuse '
S I of haiJ made\ L "Violates, Tin PHCENIX I JITTERS I beyond the reach of competition to perform their road duty, shall in addition to tbei
I t ,. .paid land he guided by ihmap gr.in Olt IYkn in the ettimatioa of patient. I any slave convicted of this offence to pay thtfiJ C of
f M/y M'-Ktsr- Burr, Wubhmgtou. lltt'I'r>. laic Com- Sngnr:. (IUI Hyscn T'n. The genuine of theie medicines every are BOW raillp in white I five dollars and costs in lieu of corporeal punishment. penalties now in force in re?peet'to the default in rotd-t.

; t' !! iuiKHioiuTnnd hhall ell the f,tionai M ciu in quantity New-Orl $Jg'IN.' Choice' Black 'lVn>, wrappers and label, together'with a pamphlet called See, 3. Bf it further Ordained That no other vehicle duty be imprisoned for a period 'double thejime required

q, and form as laid down on *ai
( 'ninisMonerx: U have JiM-n-tion to .- -U in 'tiuition!, HUT, TapnK'a. :a.ll. Barley, Flax-, ttII.! Mace*. Nuiinet oa which it drawing of Broadway. from Wall street to our City at a faster rate than the common slow trot of a default made, any Justice uf the' Pence ; the expense ,

S qu rtr sectionand Mxrtion--. or in r-uch q-iantuio atiHy >, ln".i:.-tiovtr.. Office us., by The which' rrappers strangers and hit Samaritans ing the city are can copyrighted terj easilynd horse under the like penalty nnd if the person or persons of their detention to Le paid by the county, if the defaulters .

''I S in iy deem proper and bent calcu.aied fur die mUTtui Sjcis: .'C'tlnay.; Fruit.AlmomN, Cordial! therefore those who procure them,iih white .raj'pen can driving said horse horses or vehicle contrary to in unable to pay the same. ,
: ot tin1 particf, leaving out the prnatfanl ail,- ,\\',wt. &c. atretail. B. i 11.: CARR. fee assured that they are geauine. Be careful, and do not the Ordinance shall be minors, the parents or guardians It shall be the duty ol all Overseers ol road in -\hiS
S laid 1 down KIU J! \ugu.t .. I buy those with jyeOow wrappers; but if )oo do, satisfied. State to require of each individual at the time he notifies -
>cr.- grunts h-< pn tncp. that they come 'aired from as, or dont touch them. shall be held liable for the payment of such penalty as '
I' And it is lurtliT ordeied adjudd! ninl} dec.'ccd. -, ---- ,- -,. Irr: Prepared and sold by may be imposed for a violation thereof.E. said individual to work on the road i.i their inspective

:i that fc-r the purpose of p'-nnitim! the (iUI.wt to Broonl, 1'tik, Rosus.G ns WXLLXA B.nxorrAT.Stt B GOULD, Mayor. I districts or whoever does notify them jo mtke

5, j \ 'l t purchase to this* client ot their mtt-n.,t in ii'l l lands, II\KI'HS': nroom, :"crubbin Biji-hes. Wbi, Broadw comer of Anthony street New York. .Attest, B. SCGU Clerk out a written list of all the hand-t under his 'or her control -

S : the nominal value of mid lands is fixed at one dollar 5: wnlh he h,' rru'hl'f. Faint Brns- ,. For Sale bv S both of bond and free,who are subject to work re _
I. .. and"thit each and daunnnt in said turned which b>t shall be sworn to if deemed,nece"-
; per acre, every Painted Pails, Cedar : ., : Tubs, Neits B. E. CARR. I An Ordinance amend Ordinance -
\. i ""ir i t w. l odf tnay if he .he'or they think pi ope'r, bid at thin Tubs, Keeler and .Piggins, Wa-h Bowl ; an ry anti snbtcribed before the Overseer or person tum'-

I p. ,_:_ valuation, to the'amount of th Taluc ot the number otceresdecreed Tar Hope, Hemp fc.'pe, Bed Cordu, Twin I' to prevent the running and moning or some Justice of the.Peace. : ,

J .- t to them in. this partition, without paying I1T 12 W liUC It'VIIK AT.-In emnTil pack- In case any person ,or persons shall refuse tamPA ..
Tack t of horses in
t- money as is provided in cases of other p rclua:r., but to'n& Net 1'wint. Fish l.int'f. hook 11 aires, PXJ ressly for private families, at retail.. galloping the streets out and band over to the Uverxeer person' sent'M"

.-1 /. thould claimants purchase over and.above the amount Cal():<, Pow dt'' -R E. CARR. Oct. ao, 143. ,., B. E. CARR. of the City.of St. Augustine pass' warn in hands a list oj hu or her hands as proTi'
S S cf their intcret-t under raid valuation, then for any August 8, 1848. for in the foregoin.sectioll,it shall be the duty of IM
: / ruch excess, they chail comply with conditions h"rdil ,1 N141Y GOODS, cd bv the City 'Council in the .year I Overseer to inako out as corredt a'list of the baao
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:- S. illlpl-Il'd upon ouur l'urchc"rl' .DR. TOWXSEN'D'S "Wholesale and Retail. 1837. I belonging to tmch delinquent or delinquents a* tie nature 1 -

______ \\ X quautitie \ and packages t-uiuble for thin season.nilics of the ca.-e will admit of which list shall be denned 1
And it is farther ordered adjtiilsjnnd] ,Urrerdllm S Compound Extract of I Private fa and the trade can be supplied in 1! Bit Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of the to be unless the delinquent or paiir*
; said sale, excepting the mtrreM of claimants i City of i'f. Augustine That the1 Ordinance of which correct. party "
S SAKSAPARILLA. original packa advance
ges at a trifling on the u"u31! hall \\'itneltinthat list nde
{hall be made by said coimniioncM upon the following terms. 1 call I thi* is an amendment: be hereby altered by inserting prove by competent
the
S solicit a to .large and extensive stock
and the Oversc is
removal incorrect.
term", to wit ; On third of the purchase lUon"yin FlO/J the permanent cure of all of new and clulice i and incorporating with the first section thereof the fol- out by

cash down th<> remainder in three uiMaliuent of one, : arising from an impure state if the PROVISIONS AND GOOD3 | lowing words: "' And if the:offender be a free negro S

- S to, and three years, wLh interest at Gpercent, andS Hood, rr habit of.the system, tiz : I j generally as 'r our sv'iii advertisements of mulatto or Have,he shall be subject to a like fine of fiveS To L t.

that said comniiSfionfrs thill t-ign, 8f.il and rxrrute I Scrofula, or Kil 's Evil. Rheumatism,, obstinateulautous good per schui I ner Col. :iUlOn new dollars or punished not exceeding thirty nine stripes on RENT LOW to a good tenant. The boo : .

- I with the purchaser written or printed contract for I (: Eruptions, Pimplei Pustules on the1'ace Augwt 8, 18 8, B. E. CARR. the bare back at the discretion of the Mayor. by the subscriber the bay-in com ;

- S i titles to die pectne purchasers, conJitioTjeJ f1r the I Hlolclir, Bills, Chronic Sore Eyes RingVvrtn I Proposed in Council, May'13, 1848. plete order. Apply to B. E-. CARR.Sept. .

.:,. t'xl''u'ing of a p'-rf'-ct title when the purchase JIII.I1f.f : \ -or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement and 1 INVALBLES GAD HUMPHREYS, Mayor. 28. IB-IS. .

; hall !Ise paid ; and further conditioned that if any in- :. Pain c/ the Bones. and Joints, Stubborn ulcers, Syphilitic I laY Attest' P. C. Zn.sTIU.Clcrkof'Council.:
.ftalmeat M not paid at the luLl it becomes du., all Disorders F\11 CO.1LPAN1ON; I is hereby given. that a meeting of
Spinal
S ruoney previously paid hall be forfeited ; and that the Lumao, Complaints, IX. Lectun-'on Ciu es, Prevention and Cure of NOTICE of County Commissioners of Ssinl t
and all diseases ; injudicious S Cheese.
L- aid commissioners thall have a right to rr-ehier uponthe a, n from 'wse of COn.'UI1J1t on. Asthma, Diseases of the lCeartanJ : Crackers, Flonr.I3f Johns County will be held in this s city on the 20ta '
small kegs, boxes barrels & selected for
mercury. 4 : -
Disc :
all Female J34 28
lands sold, and take possession of the without ; tes. pasjes, engravingPa- I business.
same for the transaction of
inst. county
,
1rzaU B. E. CARR. retailing. Just from ach. Del .
landing Norte.I
- l let hindrance incu.ubrance thr by 50 cts. bo ind 75ct Mail to C.
or ugh or from the per ; any part-postage Oct 24 1848 J. P. DELES PUE, Clerk B. C. -
11
B. E. CARR.HAJlS .
I 9 1-2
'aid! p'ucbtllt'r. I cLioShouldl'r I St. Augustine, Nov. 9,1848.
s- _._ j- And it i U further ordered,. adju.lgi-d and decreed, Ifiacou Hams &shoulders. Bra es anti l Chest Expanders $3, Mailto I : B ICON TONGUES. -

'S, tint tha slid eo'nmi&Moner* do d p""it the moneyj I HI 4 h 4 h tflaLBBS Bacon, C cu Chces any part 50 ct. |>I pta a p.. Inhaling Tubes Silver,$3, ", lot of Provisions, landed from very sch. S 5
just
arising from the 80'11.! 'f raid lands, Kfast as the same J.i .* P IPsno .Shouldera'S by mail.ll'ttl'r po-tag' AbJoniinal Supporters, Wr- Del None, atataiL\ B. E. I N otiee. I
are pud into thi-ir han.U. in tlio Bank of Charleston 5 Chests Tea 100( Dried beef f.-ct, S3 to 81UIs for all Ruptures, Falling of the Bow- Oct. 26,18481. S CARR. IS HEREBY given that two months after date

i in the State of South Carolina and that said moneys 40 Bags Shot 1000 I Ham and Womb, iml Week Back and Chest: ; sent by I will present my accounts and vouchers as adimn '-

S a,, shall not be (lmwu -(rom ,said Bank.- ,'ptinji upon S 15 8ox. e. Citer 5 hlf bhl*.F M Beef I'lpp'S: everyw t're. For Braces or Supporters, or I CHOICE GROCERIES. I trator of the estate of Clorinda L. Moreno, deceased, '

'5-- the jyint draft ,of en.d ('oI11tllis..j.\n'r.o. and after an I 14 doz 40 bbls Pork Rupture Supporcircumferanee ers, give height from head to foot and 1f\TOW beiua opened, just received via Charleston before the Hon. Judge of Probates for Sr.Johns Coaa- _

S rder of this court shall have liern pa-m-d, ordering yO( bnxj.Jtrrins 5 Hhds Sugar $! o person next the lurf.1ce.just above the 1. from New York Fulton M. Beef, do. Hams ty, for settlement and allowance ; and six Month from

the giving aud ei.'tuting till drnit \ i J 50 bbl- llour 41) bans CoHrrSO ; hil':. If Rupln e. tii'aMiQn whir.h aitl. Agents wantrd Drid Bt'cf.10.. Tongn-, May Butter Leaf Lard, date I shall apply for letters of dismission as Admiw- t 1Lk

:--:57L S And it U further ordnc I, thit: t'ie' said! coministion.Vrsmakea ; 40 kl'gl Ibid a,!orte d Crackers for the ate of th"bowoo.1iIdJn.ss Dr. S. S j Mess Pork. No. Mackarel, Bacon, J Brans, all in fine trator of said estate.' ,-__. 1IpIuc1

S T1 kill and ampl teport to this court. slur i Sit b.I"1 hAy J lot O I.ovs SoapS r J-TI'C 11,;117; Brloadway, New York, pO't paid.F.b i ord.-r at retail B, E, CARR I R. D. FONTANC.A1e4 .

: .iid IiJt.", of th.-ir ioo C.JIlctli in this hrh:!( C. K.CXRR ".,J 1.181? 1 May )12th! 1343. June 13ih, .

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