The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
April 9, 1847
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note:
Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note:
Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note:
Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note:
Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)


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fCTAll rhsrged **aftanuemrnts. 1he prop rdori nip'now pending a&aJtmo&.. ', Mr. HCNTWJTON. .said it ., BH'o
fee 27 All bills for Job-Prig* must b.J ptul A on ibeIsr.qoIt1ewnrk. .in ntto:trythemetoariport ; I ct ei'before''the'jedge Of the super- him' tJ ai! if: was a .ac eatobje ti

iliad \tf or place, e6ry wch, It j &t.' 1' court aforesaid, by: virtue, ;of aay this i amcBtlgpeflt tit was .rWt1. '

Gitirrr. lOT,AH'_&nxnmtiniratVons HAZLA1IU.: ,,, ,be:'deemed guilty or..a I e.. icli.sp.ccI'r4.! : .ii lfttlOR The'bill!before.' wi.
-_! _- .l conviction thereof : 1i.-, Sec. '7. And belt
and t upon further, enacted. a.trer: ,tW'.d&a rectie.r
BY A IJTIIeRrn'rit.fII .. : !circuit or; dstriC1;court lot die i .I That' all and::3.i r'diii oi$ DI tb.pice.ef the publie' lauds atth. .
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p..4 l'r r' rtakea: &n: Beyond e pjtJ! in,it a 3u1ewhick WU aMfcsabirfe*>"
fe' ,fined in,the.eun. .. '. Jo .1luiesW leb 'bairt ; Wr '
proportioas ; "ere g.ID.tlu, 4 aot t >.8ta.r. '
10.] Sellers,.and, mprl.. I -, I., aupremeuer' .ether -,superior,:courts) ol t :If:tfeey were 'to'feare,''aa..'kw.letii

fPuBLIC-No.i' the any term'not exceeding one year' & .and,for the lJ Jate/Territory .pC3Iicfagad! :begeneral' .fie, was .exposed Io tko-
. An Act making appropriations TEat,this 'act shall l not n ; at the time sdid ( admitted :
of revolutionary )her, tided,' Territory was principle of tbe,bill, iaaay form.: ..He-
payment of, the' ed.tntel for the strued permit any ,hip or, v to] 'asa, 'State 'into 'thevUnioa/and to. ,all :spoke against i k'and voted against it,atthe
pension* : ,
. the thirtieth June/one carry more,than passengers '_ cases :In waich judgments'or decrees feat sessiba and should do:so at .

,. year ending hundred an /rOrl1y..h ions of such.ship or uel. : have. ,been,rendered in, said'supreme or this';: bat if they mast have seth &law,
eight *
V thousand. 7 Sec. 2. And be it further i .' .superior court'of, ,said, late, 'r tyof.Michiganand it, ougkt to Txf freoeral; ,and not //one
elg 1. That if the passengers so : of not,hitherto removedas which carries j otit '
cr it enacted by the Senate and special favors for a '
r Be the United beard1 of such vessel, and ; 'aforesaid, 'by 'writ ot error .or* ap.peal. portion i. of Ae Uuoa only., ; }
of Representatives'of '
. flooie transported from the Unit d "> I ) ..WISTCOTT-
America in Congress assern.bk4lhar or ; : said all 'the difficulty ,
t Stilei the following sums, be,'are aforesaid, shaUexceed(, : ,the num er .Sea, 8.,:And: 'be, it-further 'enacted with. :regwd to,hi*'.colleague'samefidmentf ; -

hereby appropriated,out of ,Red by. the last sectionto. the n.n That. in all cases:pending i ,in any of the I appeared to bka originate ia
, io:the whole such of superior courts of .said of 'the'faet that 'his friends
,t- in the treasury not otherwise twenty : Territory i the'hosorable.
. uy money for the payment of be forfeited- the1 United States Florida, or in the courfof appeals' Senktors-frtra Ohio'and Kentucky did

. appropriated said: atid be prosecuted ,and : said ." the third of *
for die 'endkig the ihrrtiifthof : Territory, on day' not seem2 to exactly understand wits'a.
! peoiion June one year thousand eight hundred as forfeitures are under the act / March,-eighteen hundred'and forty-five, Florid ,piiJe barrea was-.-be supposed

t eight : l late duller on imports and and not J legally'transferred to the.State ,becatae"a// of the lands' in their States.

.,.. and revolutionary forty pensions, under Sec. 3: And be it further courts of the State of Florida,and which were of gciod quality. Now; the: Ge*-

.: For of the eighteenth of March, one That i if any such- vessel as af said Territorial courts' continued to eial I md,Office -here would, havana

, the Ict hundred and eighteen, shall have more than two tiers of hold cognizance of,. and proceeded to trouble' deciding as ,to,what laidse

Itl, thousand eight thousand two hundred dol. or .ease, in such vessel, the determine after said day', or which'are ktended to be included.. Then .

sixty-seven between, the floor and the deck claimed :have been" since,; pending 'wereylie'believed,. as many' as fifty 'orsirty B

i., 1&rll. invalid pensions. under various form beneatfr shall not be atleast : therein as,courts of the.United,.Stales ; fowaships'of. land m West .Flori S
4 For ches and the berths,well and'in all of federal 'da.aJ(
t hundred and sixty six thousand cases character which the exterior or lows ,
" icti one or in case.the dimensions,of such and' jurisdiction commenced 'in saidTerritorfaP .ihIptha1hadbeensurveyed, but .the

dollars. to widows and orplmns, shall'not be'at least six feet H* dourts 'after said day,,and ,Unke
! uDder For pensions the act of the fourth of Julyr one and at least eighteen inches iw inwhich judgments; or decrees were that tbe'Tands being pine barrens, were*

. thousand eight hundred and thirty six, for each' passenger as rendered or which are'claimed to have 'noiorth the.cost of surveying the i interiof I

.. hundred and fifty eight thousand the master of said vessel, and been since pending therein, the records or section line;' tnd,'consequently .

,' two ers thereof, severally,shall.\ ( te proceedings thereof,'and the judgments ,'they had never been finished,.and

4: dollar4For widowsy, under the I pay ,the sum of five- ,dollars ,or decrees th&l'einare" hereby :never' would be. The United -Staleswoold
pensions and onboard ; transferred to the district court of the River 'Rll'one of
of the seventh of July, one thousand : every passenger acre out one
act hundred and thirty eight, and',the I vessel on'such voyage to-be ; United States for the ,.dtsUict'Flori.. ,ihoosabd' of this land for any price.Ndw .- I

...: eight thereto, two hundred by the United States OB .' da) and: writs'-, of error and appeals and then there were patches of
,, acts and- thousand dollars.- any circuit or district court of ; may'be'taken' by either party to remove 'eetrortweaty acres;sometimes more,
., seventy where such vessel the .decif that i1 tti _dSt
widows under the tedw States judgments. sr ( ofthespjn'desertaofl..
For to
"..1 pensions from which-she'sails. : have been .be 'rend einuch, etable' &ad but the
11it act of the third of March, oae thousand five'or. or ,may cost oC surrejlng&etn ,
foity three fifty six Sec*4. And beit, further .r cases unto the'Supreme Court of the U. ztad the trouble'would; not "meet
II.n'. thousand dollar That, for the'purposes' of this States; and the Supremo' CoorT ,may :t'&expenses of salev He (Mr. W.i' _

For widows,.under the shall in all cases'.be computed :near and decide such 'cases: on such i3aaI! at the.instance;of persons"whodesi
,U' set of the seventeenth of June, one thousand children, each being under, the; : writ of,error orappeal,' and' izsu -':its red'to'get:such'small] ,spots,asked the

. eight hundred and forty four,'four eight years,, equal to ;. mandate to said district' court r ,Provided 'General Land .Office,a few months ago

" hundred and eighty thousand'dollars.' senger, and that children1 under, > however,;'SUch w .t'f error'.or to'survey them, and offer them for sale, .
oIlY'1Jir. For pensions widowand of one year shall not be include4 appeal shall be taken-within 'one_ yeai but they stated to haei the obstacles in

half-pay the Third computation ofthe number of- from the passage of this'act-or one the vTayrand he W8S1B tisfied the 'refusal .

orphans Auditor's, payable office fire through thousand five hun I year' from :the"rendition/'such jQdg. 'was'correct. Why do the ,United 0

1.dt dred dollars.. gers.Secv5.., AndV be it further ; ment or decrees hereafter rendered- States desire, to keep these lands V- .-

For lo July' 'first, That the amount of the'several I'w' And provided,, also That4 nptI4a ,in Put them in the position tha his col. .-

t. thousand arrearages eight hundred prior and fifteen, imposed by this act shall, 6Qt'l i : ; -' .this'net'shall be,cpnstraed';as affirming .leagu '. amendment .proposed,, 'and thesettlers

Third, Auditor's the vessel or vessels violating'its : or diSaffirming,the jurisdiction,: power, would in some cases, as they
It payable eeeonethoisndda1Iars.throughthe aions ;. and'suoh, vessel'may to i or authority of Territorial judges'toproceedio .coald afford to do, so at the reduced'
II" 1 ; or :determine socli'ca-, j price .for the of
Sec. 2.! And be it further enacted and sold therefor in'the ; try or ,pay surveys small traces-
That from and after the of thU the United States aforesaid li ia : ses:after..the. third of ,Marcb;'eighteen themseves.| s. Witoithi, amendment,..
" passage ifch vessel shall arrive. : hundred and forty.f1ebit' the ,same be'did!not,,conceive this law wouldbe-,: .
. let the Secretary of Wnr is hereby auuWized (
tnalie'such t i.gti .Approved February 22, '184 1 may be.referred to:said Supreme Court ,of'any essential,benefit to'The people of *

, to compensation for its decision'in'all cases,an such. writ, ,his.own. State.. Do the United States. .,
be < '
for "
r..t payingpensions as ,may PU8L1CNo.]: of error'or'appeal. ; intend to keep these lands always t-r...
just and of [
reasonable to .be. paid oat
There '
1 twTund An Act to regulate the exercise: I I JOHN V.DAVL% were several hundred tbolli d: a
appropriated for the'payment jurisdiction i of the, Speaker of the House of Representatito. acres in'West EIorida! alone that he '
*. t terolBitonary ueeed pensions, but in no case 'Court of the United, States; ; i GEORGE M. DALLAS, would not'take a tgir, of which,'however --
; two per centum on moneys and for other President 0(1 the Seiite.I if this ameodmeat. passedsome-
.H l sbsrsed them tam n cases, p .
the said -
by ; corapento Be it enacted ,by the S tt I .ApprOved,,' bruary'22 1847. hundred .acres, perhaps two> or,threetkoYs&oVin .
to bemn.fulI for nH their services
, I JAMESK.POLK.January ; small.tracu be '
ai1 'House of Representatives of the. l 'i could sold
tty, contingent expenses that, may citizens', Florida '
: : r ---- to who."raise stock,..
&' ,*n eio the discharge of their Official States of America Congress. T1IreatlBUl'COSl'tnaSec.... the
,I'* 11e s,1xoks'printing,. and stationary .bled That all 1 nnd singular, the : : ', ,i't. $eu.teu.4. .. using urrouading barrefis, a ;& '
whLlthert1d .the:,saaalJ
rasge oa
in the J8 1847.GRADUATION .
MI \ "
-eied Provided of the proceedings ; : .
: That the'amount '
spotsthat be i
which were pending in: the s BILL. caltivated.{ JHe

- s t8IIpensal lRt 51&allIIQ\on allowed, exceed toany one'thou-,onQpen- contts'of the,late"Territory: f Mr. YULBE said he'desired to submitan'amendment oped'th.eaEnendment: ,be adop-

i sOd dog&rs per annum: And'provided under and by vi.tue: of,the,net_ ,, which Hvoold:cover;the tea. .- ; 14'

twenty-third ofAlay n contiraplated ,by'the :Seaator., ; ,
That the Socretary War, .greuofstbe : fzrawid Caftel. TootLr- the JateTesti-: '
" to regulate the remittances idePIOnagents .teen'bundred.,and(}Venty.-e gb : Alabama- '' '''*', _;He- _' :p tchiefobjection -&inned' the val':of.the citizens of .St ''Louis g f nonthe
't l : r" that Se i amendmeut .'
ii'JIf1 lot tledviVAn act supplementary to 1 .
the l5ikFruiryforthepurposeof1etratid
:81.t prevent, *.an- :
dri? ccummaiion balances theirweds al ac providing for the consisted, ia the fact, that the reduction e the'landing of laciedfc' aad
, '4I : i ) : : bi of the "ten would ,
* ) I coafirraatidnoTprivate land period,to years the>fouBjfc roC !trMLtcityvwefiad'tliefollawingama : ,

%torea February 20, 184TjT.! ; Fl rid.-ap-rot'ed twenty-siilh; :be';made '.th4f.ebyrteH gcaerally: ; g.' :thi 'regilar" uts '
and aU thejaad-o/the .United States :
tf'lfotr' eighteen hundred andthirty, over drunk Q&the occasion; "

4 4. 'r. ,uu. II 1 '.I 1 1iD several cases "..which were. .e D in. western ,as well as southern. Thie p1t : ,.Ovr4rs-.T4 VGlt Ji,. ;

Ad latethe: : the. appedti of the same'I pose of the"'Sehatof (rdIU4lab&tM' wastoprocarca'ruleitt'the pz",': With "i'Aiatofor' defewe; .a" '
.carnagevessels. ja. -th.of .
: I '.t of '' 1
: legmlatiofl ,
. :""' aeageriii rnerhat ry, on LU ru'(lay bfMarch, ; .B f1&rau 1iee jl& Hlf: imay" ,
,.' Bej ea&ct by the Senate and year of our :Lord one : : the country applicable to!;the characterof ; aH.r_ j" ;

a1t'1. or Repl't tativel the'Uniteil I hundred ndJodJ-- ,e.andl : ; : Ae jiegioa whiJ1 tae: they. not lack Wool fox e&II.,WtA '

." :i lUlc 10:(: .a enj.I" I Iit ;gular Jbet.recor 9%. p' | g'I> The:' niBe ba"en countryotbe' South}. ._ ia baitkor'a i'dfyiatoryjiv.; .

U I .: lboinast&of ongreas*By.J'e..eJ ibeseveral! a.ea hl h' 't : 'A1 ticancOultsea. coasitatesadlMnctiefetuii I er: Dg"QM A to the foe, but laying'UwHr -
I 4ho1e I :decrees..ha4' brea* rendered. ,id : *: ; t e public domsJa.It I "Ur; 0;. iz1pariby a 4tizenl < i 'of kftd'fa' llar .in )
is 'asd
; '
'."... lUted.S1ZLte *America by courts on or Sefoxc that'dav a ; ; ( cTipticm; ipfemptUr their Sw or obrgefas.alwiyt ". ,
ia i'f ,_ ''which iftri\s ef"error' could. ; t North" Caroiinai where be: ha* ; $1ow'ho i shall +
el cu u.nt y. : .hpfJt ; 4, :! > '
; t4 :tkIoi board sued outi,orlapfieak couli J Jtak \ .u fpeM I
, 'mgen7"EwRthM IU< vessel at anyforijttlhc : *I''r lt.'r t.:wits q t ;: : J ieUi8 g!_througfc't'SoMth- Carolaa,, ,aad f 1m Dewm East : t.o Ma pc .
GI'place'greater8UmberoC; ; l' v :4 : '
..: .kicii.ni4rMtt., tad all the other&uth: Atkatlcireat SttFkejkr -- : ieIbf-.bdeR e3ye&53 a"' Rtry
( pppeali .__
.10 fowingprapacecccupsed ; 'ken, and prosecuted: i (o-IUSS! ; ; g'l .: *./i )f T'rt r.k ;' .1'-- t-' 'Ia psakia1r eftb.p1e.hikelied .

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.1.. "J '; .f'. ,''' '. 'Vi..;. 'I' >' at; preseatjunctur we.-pre I( !. WtigsTheyIB owad n ltI.lIy hl iI..I\a
.-..1 t sent, our readers, thisHveek'"vitl1ulIdea. their pow er' "to;unite i :all the.meanest nppBes closely to the whole' range of tJs t.'Jt.:1IB'&e.fer. be' U J : 5'.

tP j i tails of the 'movt'ments''at.Vera Crur, passions ( human ,nature under .t their powers delegated by the constitution. to lu f.silteBeeet either _.r P\"

,,,,4- ,.f, ,";:tfr ., and 'fr.the. Mule,of Buena Vista, in banner. Tie> malignant, npoufacturer, the .General' Government. I ,will citeonejnstancef .ranesthe* firfl- W jin':: v-r j! : '

e .7r_' _ _t _ wbichGCn., : Taylor and our'rdlunteershare the fanatical abolitionist, the visionary ihavftiieverryejtheard. jt be an absolute necessity fo'fo i2fu.*
4 :LATE7EOXMEticO.yhOkifld, :j acquired so much'TehflTwnl **%$$' EtTft! eanif; all I {'gcnnto, "of :cfic asserted-that, because theconstitutionss'dhall growing; out of the ndiBBfHi?
4I ness,of our: attentive\ ,correspotident reducecl is *k 4-_,_ _4. Go'e\l
; be .b'e
: VerCuz'tvillshortly : fbpe, lg uldinfluence,4irearwastobO 8jtUC i; power esOlfices -, lIt"eeK4jng.l !
j the Savannah'' Georgian, we have had 'now'a matter* 'of"" 'certainty* % nnd tHe,best,; rayed;.ID imp*:mighty', :'band. ,,,agqinstusIt : :1tib1hh' ioi', ''55" : 'a\ncfYo- t Roads, .," nnd.obvious" terms th..c .
ji ** fand I ;
transmitted to ns through. the :SteamerGastpn strongest S ieaptof. "Mexico: will : desperate! cpnflict J h. ,nnd i y1Congreis, was.obliged to make the, roads .. and 'the second wlt, h.t"-.,_ _,

L 'a:nbtecpritaining;' t tfije ::1 Utest ..intelligence .then ,be in.:our- ;power. We' '? 'trusi, that' the'it sue,was life or death to the Whigs: anderect:; the}buildings i for,post offices( extended must be uniformj,:*
4 '; from Vera Cruz. and'brought. thisevent : the .lion
"will tend brin oareriemieVto It was tJierer !e'niec S sary'to'tidopt': throughout the 'Unite'd* Stated a1 throughout the UniifirMcan
.z: by the:ship..Huron to. New OrIeans.i .- terms. and. trrat'they AvrH 'ibmdiscover n' In this 'be. 'public 'tbe 'to. do' so nnd the second
perate. lri nsur. s.. < Jight. may, ;, :expense | .yet power : wll},'
i 1 4I Tho Huron sailed from Vera,. Cruz, on ,' : that, braggadocio{,is., not'. the .considered* > .' the-! effort- '' to exclude. slave'." .'is*' .clearly f' more- 'evident."" ., 'not" 'only from f 'ist. under ibe. present coatrtR ;.:.

?i the 20th alt. > -, weapon 'to, ,use against! : .a branch of "the" 'holders ,and? slave property/ from any' the: **naturaland' .pbvioussense'lof the. Protecfron t therefoe, eitheriof ,.
t From passengers jnjhis i : vessel, we ,Anglo.Saxon : which; : they have in-, almost 'universal 'reiehue _.
race : : further territory.. :words. ,but'also from the' or even 'of ana i
learn that the bombardinentof town -S ,
8ult d. i the benefit that wouldaccuo neither "
S But theiate election, ,In New Hamp, applicntion'of power expressed or MU
,tr T lit- of Vera Cruz commehceil- on the:20thnjt. : By late accounts from Havana, )it appears 'shire' has: dampened their;hopes.' Here' i ".?from such* art '.expenditure. ec R.titutjo.n and whewK, 2

t: The guns were 'distinct'ly'Jenrfroin 'that' there i is 'some movement. Abolitionism and Whiggery:firstjpined: Jess; it.would be as,general,, 1 as the bene-; ciple is'exnbodied.inni3yera ar.t l1fMo.

lhetessels, 'jaj; np information going; on.,there j in aid of,the,Mexicans., hands nnd. defeated. the stern,democra- ,fits of)the t----Post 'Office Department, ,and j :. 1 Government!,. such act.jfitiitional. _____

:( ; tv' the' effect: produced could be,,obtained. Strong reasons are given for supposing( ; cy or ;the* 'Granite State.' But, ,their' they ,are ore diffusive than'any work I. The fact that the _

r; The ship, Huron',boaritl.a shell, that. an.alliance, has been. formed, ,bejtxveen .diy was, 'm asurecJ; "Th>y fiaye been, : of Internal l improvement can be. Now 'party have supported 'a.ri'i: '

I,_ t' : which, was thrown from' ,theca.tle'on'.16th the French' and Spanish' 'governmerits '\kiCtrievably'dereated.'I'he, Democracy !whether. 'j this. power 'was" intended' to be their'political operation atorl i it

1' : .. inst. into the quarters -ofthe 5th '' 'the object.0' which i {to be 'the # of; ,the State' have* 'repudiated Abolitionism .. exercised. .that extent, or not, depends' tal protection, does not in' the leigj
,,1 : fiegimcnt U. Si: Infantry. The: shell deliveranceof, Mexico.from. ,our ..inva. I .
L !'P1' S ; We anxiously' a\V there- upon 'qaturn1.ond obvious sense" of turb: the argument ,because qui
,! ,lid not explode, and consequently no ding arms, and the placing i Spanish, suit of the elections in'Connecticut" and, the word establishto establish. ,' believe that i it ,is the' most aiiU
igr> &
11 j damage was done.. Prince over that'cOQnt'rY""ith.ttitle' 'Virginia' The. sense of the people_will when used with' reference' tq the power mode ot .raising revenue, tbtta

.:. :f j' 'gi'At the" election for town officers of'King. Every week brings 'arrivals. thus. 'be fairly, tested. The question is. of'the'General t ipyernmenf, meana. 'both, may be so graduated. as to oprst ux

11t V on Monday :"last, Oliver Wood I,! Esq., at Havana, of fresh bodies of.troops from fairly presented\ both sides.' It: is to create, and confirm, or;>to ,confirm' qually on',nil, and'that. it maybj.*

'1 was chosen intendant, and Messrs. JohnS Spain, a portion! of whom are Frenchmen Democracy and,the Constitution'against simply, and it is: in the" latter sense 'ed'to ,the revenue standard, anflSjj

<. L'Engle, Charles. Willey, John, M..Pons,' ,'and in view of trie;close'intimacy Federalism' and Abolitionism.' The 'that, .I.' r understand it in this, <..connection. ; ,, ,revenue standard they mean .tbe.Ktnl.

I iL1 tS. D. Fernandez, Thomas I.ed\vth"urid, which at present subsists' between. 'the 'people: 01: 'the North( ure"t decide upon and I 'alII" )- sustained! jri this'position nnd necessary expenses. 'of the cawlu.tional .

r .itt4! ; l 'John H .Gunby, councilmen, of Jacksonville courts of Paris' and Madrit, the atfliiris:i the: issue., Those ,of.the, South! should.: by. the practice past and ,present government : but there are'
for the ensuing year.. not t.nnJ 'pro abJe. We,con only'sy defend themselves.. Let Connecticut'! .that always prevnils wlicn 'a new, Tost T which i our A opponents know*gov 8'sfoiu

) .p'T .. NEW S MAIL ARRANGEMENTS....Our that suchan union ,against the ,United, and Virginia be 'true to .their'country,' Office is ,desired by; the, 'people -.the to use to advantage'us past even".

;4 r readers will 'be happy to read' ,the following States would tend neither to the creditof and-. the'! hopes of Federalism. -i will "have. T site. is selected by. them. and recommended show.
. the nations .
"foreign engaged, nor to
: > letter from Hon. D. L. YULEE, fafedvay forever. ,to.the Government. to'b' .eS1nbJished, The 'A leric\ System11 or lec.
the relief of \Texi interferenceon
: o. .Any ., ., "
: cbnfiimed.Again .
'in reference tp'an increase of the mail or I. tion ,to American '
I the;part of monarchical powers, will manufacture pt
t facilities' within our, Stale. We "'are [COMMUNICATED.] the, constitution, ,." 'Con.g birth ,
I; ? says to the Whig bantling called
> 'I only excite the universal ,indignation In' lust 'communication I. stated i iSe
I my
.particularly pleased that the Department ess shall have to I 1.y and Collect doctrine of Internal
of American and doubt .power Impwcewn
people, we that. the distinctions,of party in 'poJ t".s!"
has resolved to give us steamboat.two mail much" whether, the Mexicans. ,generally. : in, the united' States,. arose. from. two. ,taxes, duties,'imposts, anti excises; might, more, property tzIi! Pntafa
Savannah '
from -
a week by would. ,prefer'to saddle themselves with I f from- constituent' to -pay the ,debts and provide fur the and Inter a at Impiuvezieni a: the tfir
i ; .' .< sources, one was ,
have is -
i4 S The land,. mail which a. i king, rather than, give satisfaction to principle of the, Constitution; and* the .common' defence and ,geneira('Welfare ot i and yoiingor olfti riiig oi whig decepi

mere farce, and as regids the cbnven1 : a people 'whom they have outraged.PROSPKCJTff. < other from different views 'of the'term the Unitrd. : ,States ; but all! duties i ,' imposts anti l inatiagciutfiif, because lakrii
.; ience of the people of Florida is worse i and excises, shall .be uniform elder to:suppart:the younger nnd"rovers
of Constitution in
than nothing, for' delays them in the : .. wino itself regard tu ;'
Ltgri: throughout the United, Stales ; andtnni'no'caiin1iun f, lakes the care of lht )oaip
: ; receipt of letters and which, if I Of the two political'parties into which:' J latent or imphiedpovers'bein: .intended '
; IT papers or other1'dirt tax shall asthe, maiden of old! did to Iing. UarJ,
. r S kept in the Savannah post office three I the. United. States divided. it has been' to be conferred on, or withheld from, laid
jjj I "be unless! projportioii lo the") to tn laiu the more aged frninc'.ltfiteltler.
; *
would arrive here much earlier. Inv.t jO-t and of the.\other nhvars.t9 .hope.; ',ment. -the first .part ,of..this bubjecl. 1 1 and culled ,taxetf, dutief, juiposts, and ar). 1o/ rit'h other nnd in tint let

connection with this we would remark The election of HARRISON sealed the. have already endeavored: to J place in a: 'ex'cics;" is applied in estublibhing.audmaintaining peel resemble the Chinese TnnsIi: ;
fate'of'the Whig for proper, light before the, public-to the
is made of anaddi. For'
that'some mention party an age.
a, tax on importations of ;in the absence ,of JtitfriolIVar izprrtst
.I. sfPi ," tional. ,boat to run, from. Savannah. to once" they were in power. They 'had a eeond this essay vill be devoted. foreign l productions. i f and this S.power is : supplies her place JO'ni.jht

S 4i' Jacksonville, so. .that we, ,shall .shortly Whig Government anita, 'Whig) QJfIres The n',Constitution. must. ."be c6osfrue4'. .strictly ,qualified by ihi*' 'clause, "but. tint Prcttction hardly ran distiq t.ii
week tfictiver. and, rould riot and revel in the ,accof diiig to the import .of its, terms., '
S o have three 'boats plying on : all duties,.imposts, and excises shall be the. : difference., Althoogh ,Frofeccawas
As an evidence 'of the.increasing possession of unlimited authority. Ac-" The are to be.taken in their.natural incidental s.
uniform throughout 'the UniteuVStntes19.The : .. to the early, aodi 1\ i
1 tt ,growth and prosperity' of East 'cordingly, they availed 'them lvesof and obvious sense ;''- and besides "natural'. iirid'obvios' sense" of the' all,' Tatiffs for revenue in the '.LV ei

:It Florid*, thisfact will be as. gratifying : their position. and, enacted antics#i. 'that,. this 'i instruction' I will add'1h! the''political ,wprd' < uniform" in this ,connection, ,,is, States, 'yet it was not until be jan
convenience do credit of theatrical ,condition. of the States. .. nt tl.e$ \
as the intelligence of the to a company that the 'Mutics, imposts, and excises i ," that the following absurdity ',\\"I"'P
;st It -which will-afford our citizens. madmen.' Every. thing 'as.over-_ time of its adoption. 9g Jerit4; aU: '
when; J levied' and extended 'should be ed to it even by the Whigs, .2!
1.i S WASHINGTON, March 27, 1847. turned. The spirt of ,monopoly was circumstances. connected'.with the history distinguished' :by producing'the'' (same' **a contemporary, exposition i of tec1
T have the pleasure to info m you hereafter, to 'rule the 'land. National, ; of the' instrument up to the lime' of :
t' stiiutioD
effect, all" national and
.upon .branches, of :industry practised ncquieKtfoder'for
that the .mail arrangements have been Banks its ratification the" States betaken : '- .
;1' and, Fiscal agencies were by must, I
: proposed whether manufactures a 'period of fixes jbt&utruction
much improved in *bme respects at thetWf" g S S ; ,, agriculture,,. years,
and ,discussed. Tic Tiritl'was: consideration ,in order to a '' ** '
< .
has the which much ai657,
j -
new letting. The Department contracted 'I : or arts. .Experience, has abuhdanlly'shown was.
; -i t ,, for. twice a week service from : patched up until, it only deserved the proper understanding, of,the,"irnpoit'ofits that this is impossible the decisions of .the. courts, createdh"
t Savannah to the St. Johns, and from name of "an net for legalizing 'the terms,". ,or the "n tualnnd: obvious and whenever ,,the constitution and admiaisurif" '
: : '. ,high tariff has been tolerated '- (
:1 thence to Tallahassee twice 'n' week in plunder of the Federal sense". of the" words.. ,' : '. '
: r I Pilaika also people. Every' : in the( United' States it has been so laws 'enacted pursuant to its i pri
stages. ,From to Tampa rioting in the General '1'he: ( condition 'of' the States
: .' the service has been" increased to' twice was con borne because. it, seemed. the readiest,, and dictates amounts,to} MS it I
-jt fusion. The stood at.:the..time, of the adoption' ,of the ,, '
D. 'L. ULEE.o people1 aghast and pres? law
week. .. ; I waj 'to ''relieve/the nation of it..publi common that the Judges hatetf-

}'; ; S To A. C. Gir.u'rrEsq________._____.___ I awe struck eat Constitution,was precisely the'aam'os' 'debt,:and not upon,.the'principle" of its S ';tended_ i in ,practice beyond the 'ir tJt
S 'C/ Btit,a "better arrived. The at the adoption he'ni'ticlca 'of the : and.that thus et'44
S THE 'WEATHER.-At lenglhve' have day peo- XustWe.or, ) constitutionality. TlJB bpin-" the precedent
t '
I confederation and! when 'speak
warm ,summer weather upon us,and pie placed, ,the, :Democratic party in -T- ;' I. ions ,of the ,early,Presidents. are q-pted: ,supercedes the very aUlhorilJ\1hat
j the political condition of the.Amen-
of 1
S seearpuhd a smiling sun' and smiling power arid; n' Dem cralic Government precedents or indexes toihe, o ..iilution,8D'd'j brought the courts in to existent;lM
r. .faces as its consequence. 'While after 'a i riiliq ,struggle'redeerned'its- r ** can Slates'at. ,, and, ,be fort:,.the- time 01 I ( should disposed; to favor ,- ,which all J this l learning eraarwtMr1'

.vegetation 'is but, just ,commenced ..evenas pledges to the'people. The manufacturers .' the adoption of the' constitution! ',-r fer4istincLl10' '. .the?views' orpersons :high, 'in' theconfidence A Wi,w. .m* absurdity, and_ at t a

I far SouUi. as'Savannah* it is here,far tariff was'repealed aod a revenue ) '' .botb periods,' and count of the.' people. whowe're" 'acr -* came out of a learned mouth,Jt "1C-
_them, as one ;and( the satne, so:far as'regaroV 'i' .
Tariff enacted. 'l there >
that in Enterprise .Instantly was.u > :.tlJrs'.Jo.lbe. scenesof the Revolution andthc loamone.That .
T_ advanced. We believe : 'r : L : .. ,. ,. ,
,.; they have had fresh ,I Irish potatoes' cry raised of ,Ituin. The, coU try ,Was "the, princu1e.ofo. ) ,t i lie:. powers' .ill .'Govern Uteri L,4hut"was'established" I_: may not mislead '.,ai( ]
delegated ,:the constitution. ,
could byi; .
: ., tome six 'week since, and vegetables utterly irretrievably ruined. ,It : at( itj* coir. pletion| 'provided they ':had. ireafers will, .close this 1f; a
.tare;beesi plenty here s.inceTiV"J.eaT.., rievierpif; 'sper nlse j -those eogaged'iri S My rcaden"inayciotoipehedLhic: confined their opinions! ; and ,views to a., description of what J ua4rit bjepitkt' 1

.7 ':'jQn. iloaday and \\'ePsty! .9t't, is. asricuiturevou., .;. .". f 'submit" '< .".to", -''be, -: 'plun-, .precise meaning* ) attach T "_ to _the-. phrase, fathfu| ;exposhiorj} of ;the constitution! : 'the' : .Whig, as applied, I

j:! week tke roercury in the ""t It ,dered, by W ,tliemanufacturer"' -'* vr r -,-. *s., .?The> : s 91 pea' ;."con- tituent* -. -.principle.!* Uy the ft con-* ,. upon-the poims for the jesUiblisbmcnt;ofwhXchJtfieir 'Great Webster party in &I3eU'. '

k0 : 'S at noon stood SV.degraes: 1e4fltiJ .. pie;doubted "these oracular'statements. ,. I 'stit' enL principle I 'inean* J he'coi it-.' ': ;) :opinion*:aie t this,day so states. A"Wbig'is i ap f'f! bas
f t aad resolved, to bide,their timer 'tent, hntecetient_ fling that k,
'o'clock'in. the mofnm&: .I t:12. gOver principle 'teelt..qu: iei.t i instead:of, --tke' rocftttMe great respect Jor .the pecttl

t\ .:. >3 0 ,', Jn theonth l 'of February, 'tbe hjgheitrtnge.of -;. Tie.ReFeriuft.'ariflf Bus'now'bTeX in, 'ttm had"possession of",the: mijida o( #' ''Gowrmet' or 1ke'txp diicf, of provided .,canobtaia J aanra\if
;. < *
.l. ; 78; Jour months and, the: of the people{ of_ t the.;United States Dfece- measurereczrixczi1eJ. \ .
S ; tho thermometer, : was : oyenUion ; ,' cry ; ; ) ) -ji> ; T -- r '4 e .:JNfo President to hfmtelf by eibibitiug '
f degree*:'and,,the ,lowest ,(>oiDt. 57 4., Ruin has'died away Instead! of Jbein ,ding,and during the. formation;. gft JoPitioQ' thei.United Ji\te"\wh ,njy.'have fee great iendeine.j'rQ.f c1.\t ra.. ..
.,v., '' the of the/miDufac \ of the: constitutiOn,, ,;z Intuitive. '
diminished ;! cdm
t- i t : H profit mended Gongresi: ihe favorable J ges' oud habits,. proiiMt; i... o

"S -Te.J.I :1ntIie, 'month of 'march, ,, theifghest(.: ture"nave ipercased.1 :Over the ivljpleojt ) ) knowledge of-their natural l'rig hlu: consideration' 'of" the doctrine of I Internal nothing to maintain' e.h.... I" cS
: : I 1 tie'tinfon. n theNortJ; ,SotiihJ f : Easf: \Ieifib: t section t i, ofiiticlJ Jt( pfneConstitution : ,i' and "' foa4u aM, bubu
k .t.S1, ; .eg"..e:4S .and" th '. w" t. ,, | ; Imprpremcnt; ; .as a :consequenceaflfHij ireinely: it gnat "
,, ;fr-i42i'. .-, "" 1._... ;_, S ,_ ':_t _. '"t''1'' ,5 ,and \We8t'maaufrtCtorie8havelbeeDefT: ; ?; 'of: ,tho ;United' Ste&" t 'enum ;.. : :, ) >){"orf( r: Frbtectid r :t ha 'oeiUihie OajverUt 1tPNyi ,1f

f 'THE' *IAio''GK3 wftoN 'JIL ..4) { octed, the wag** of rorkmer ,bvh4u4aed'Ikrgdividon4s : e rat e.vat bus"powers of Congress ever'exhibited* acominon1* !'p1fouud4itOtt : exeu4 eii'o loitering UJ\iuii'

:. first wRbefound; *:' fuR and; : 'rmye)beeri, the whole of this section i!:'jfuetatlaVaniPis for ie'recornrn i&datiunjdetuci4 I ;gtu;!; -ihei' iiuuti-* U' wdbUuhIr ; J .

.t.olf;:ledfrect rep page of.the,"teHiarksLmadeby.irrs : Lxita4e i and. every'etidejice:l ffexnibttcfi' 'of\\ "-: v= :gotn4dy? '"Jilt; ;;onef' -it5 jpre&ilFnV<:;' f.'l.: rule,. ; irotii i 1 hei, nda ieitaI'-'rincjpt,i ; t, 'oxrpnijthe ;woulaaraa1ly lau awo.u C6oulO

'Me.YuLZ B -'Wzcoporthep .,t ; J Ir9fCU} H"pf." \ ul( bu.isIaea1. !; ,.ii- :4i'tbGove'rnmept*.! nectsiwes w'i' A* 9X ,,ftLeJcueral: jf .i J[ (1' vfVni.i|f i eVjBrt'I (ortKe" (c uauij ii qn '/ 'tbeirtuaud : Daai'.4&1.k".1 .. J

: : a XSradqation J ill'bcfoi;thefi>cnate ,1'h. J..4'a ,t.e, rlf iO3, ,'AAwnt '. j' :atuieven:the l afrwluteti'eccttitiei ycnt'urjj'.to I say nver! I .ftIV: -'- ., i l.h1L- : b i'lJ.ii ruJJiUterial. wuClle S

4ar4Bg t .;..,toe'i- _1t!.*-r'l,. e<-svon, ,. i .,ess.CoBgreHioaal *v,;'"x. : : !I, qu S.1 ..Q(1V, i r :arg .. : fUet erntnentarft'clearlyqferabfc I re 11m.yJ: be: more< clearly, .t th&l .K'g's R! l SlliJf ll1 dp %
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and b. abort bth 1 dp no( ente/tata tKatGe1h =Jiylc"f1ljil 'rjurnd1slihisJastbit1eto i ,
inept oftIcplcs pr! distance. : > ; ; ARer1eaa&rgrto: aid 1 taking, ,( .. c
igno0ce .the'beljrfthat, be ,ivill 'veiUure.anotherengagement. :, r ; ;,AfptjtVrey( : with' ; case 'i ,Yll .'tirely, atthig '
most downright 'wlucbhe ; apor : .f.hii.wo rided 'olficert Red men! .te'. ... ._ t 4
aader! i p lion of. and four tijrfit'tirtiHery *,* .. II. .1. _:Tl, .... r } ., .111.. pc,W.. .
'verilllleat cavajry .pieces. :i." 'itcI" -. '. S
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'.ii i upCIflCY! .rili n ; .1 and left Monterey. with nbbut >W'4 .M', .ozi.. -. 'l.tid'. "Waih.Qt .Plf." 2'ipM'r: ." . .
Iives-b! : C rrp."I ; uf thrin l.oit .l .', \1 .J ltQ the r. : ; .1t L )44. ,
to.pre- Uwips'to Gen, ,
do his bc.-t y.50q' IrfpVlip Urreawho\; cCrleJP9p ej \ ,, )punalpfwriting !
m ?Ji Ih.
." CAMP'O1 t..t BES1tQthGAflflS Jt4i.a4. .-. ..
ConortbiU'.but. i ing j %,ori tins side. juf the: tnpuhiains' "d. !;omrn rce.,\ under dale. of'tb ,,1 .
Crun\'obt daacrngihreev
of 'H4iJ. :
mil city, :
GOferDRlent' war? : 23f' _frist :$ .that _
the it 6000'troqp-rcavalry, and nys l\H.Unrgoua the
. Tent of c.rryilg' it ,op' trn''CoI" .: March' .Hi.; 47/V infantiy., ;(;en1' 'l' ylol" mnrched.,in :tho 'finaocial t. fnin4'id| krikef of 'S .ntni'bu To 'I:acquai4! ,' ., ; -f:,$15 00
the mela' riri""he,i. eJ.treme 4tboifl7 ,o'clock this. frmotnii.m4Qtihmaa .V4 ue o )b .. oH. ;
i orMoMo1bal3 l {tbxvri that '
'ti abotit days
big a \ in dream,that
can be' dORe a tool '. brigade ,was ordered rlieveGen. ; city. The', : .nlg i/ 550.00,
IIItie 120 .mile nnkre. denies Uiat:M
south "pf is ( Atocba
jted when he can .he ; ? : ; tlj! : r; To thmkinriif' the:cofcr of Itit.:
Pillow; from thopoaiion : .
is bone5E tGen. was:' received in: '
, nature port Myson.ktTuesday.; :night \ ungraciously Jex- ,
Der ocrat,\b by had .occupied during the night, in;' hand his'little ico, but, resided i eyeaonedayatchurh_ 4S00 .
twelve that
, of a most Jioblr bandwerevjhjn; : cluniughis: :stay i iff: 'To' io the
and (rank, and nequenIIY 'finoll!'j t his,. troops might 'get miast their J, breakfast -* ,pr fifteen. miles of the Alcfxicfihs.jf 1. ; I country at the country house ,of1 Mr.. fusing going!, 'six,.othe races. beaar, fcfUr, r.. f Ifc&fQO' .
i during '
upol1l1l1d.4up an procure .Oen 'IVovert'ikes be Hnrgous, neiir Jalapa. *rhe' ,,writer i
tliem '
to be imposed ) -peace ,To cutting i three foe felleWU T\.
pretends the The':Mexicans saw. ur party "
1'es pr day their :- the whole
n.vh Le1i ( ashes. He whipped Santa Anna says 'Looking' at bf'tnis' .
! he i. it Pk the Uniled Stote.'iII leaving the height, .but did 'not se-s the on.the other'side of the mpuntains'and matter, ,1 am J 4't'0".beUey:that, arn"gotiation .To:'please making hfrn chain -9300

to believe, that or cOIPmo- other coming, up with iheir, cavalryexpcciin ,tiuwhelins' cotho. :tp:, clear,. o taU the. -private <:of ,course-r Ts now,going -: :To cost,of a materials:! for "''J30. 00 '
do :V i5
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constant 'doubt to steel their, .
llliuin upon
re thie duc. ?, ) bottom land.,, r. .on. on the ere of consumma/ I olIve }
lions and civil \Tnt 50 long' :s rear, bllt they were much miVialsen, lion.-for.'|settlement. l of'tho,preliminaries romps and two Birta.t.OO" ...:J.f-.'. "

, trines or high protection 'to tmericiiqmaDufl1c Jen. :({'uitmnn advanced to. f (From i'i: .N. Ol:'Pie">une., '{ftUi' uli.) i ,of o: treaty for the)adjustment of !.. v : :and:\ 't *' :s ,'. QO
Internal Jmprovelnen the hill, nnd a rapid fire at long shotsket "THE'KENtUt 'k boundaries and. lai"'tn gown :,bursting, ..- : ,
rRBU i MENT. ; ;
uies a.
stocking 'i3
for about iOuf. 'CnptiDavi2it .
dluit' an ft-u---- _
was ,
are'b. t up ,An Incident.thtBattlt ot'
: ,
0fSIaverY of&ucnatyista.At Taqne kiasst len ,
. Abolition of : t r. ." 135DOn :
, and the ,the Georgia, Regitpeit.vith Jz4i2 of.Lieus.JJlaki-Thb. dy \ "H I
; 60 long os power : a yery critical' :point i of the. Battle ; To allowing hi'n, to kiss -' .
ted of eli,rne,n gin 20 riflemen, were sent as, skirmishers, 'bfthi late Lieutenant. Blake whet met my
l exjstl on the 23J, .when it became ,necessary 'cheek "tea times without
lcg.SlalKn .
train i.rentiou. to incline round 'under'ihe hill and engage his death on lhe evening after tho' bat ( "
,0 re te' sustain of columns .which
. President, and so long as the them nt close qtlftr1ers. As soon' one .our tie of Palo ,Alto. by the,accidental* discharge chiRgtlJ each, .11000'
!in the i was under made T .. '
staggering "
a'charge aIong'valk'by moonlight .
shall icmain without II' ns. they observed Cnpt Davis about of his own"pistol/ has arrived: # .
" Corernment: in fact 200 advanced on him. but 'with .his the .Mexicans. jh overwhelming' 'numbers New York from. New Orleans l and n including ntiment1osi, $70 00

bank to govern the nation with small force he held.them 'in check 'until ( en.'Jylor despatched Mr. Cl.i .' committee of tVtsh ing'ton. ,Grays, To thirty blusbei when ,h pop* ;. .
, the nation tenden to order Co! McKee 'the 2d ped the '
idea exiit that of yutstten, 600'00
balance of three from
solongaS an (Col. Jackson,, with the Philadelphia, proceeded thither, ,
be free, happy 'anti prollperolls, companies, and Col. Dickinson, with Kentucky:,Regiment,to bring his men on Sunday afternoon 'to make the,necessary To niy. heart!, Alas! .' "1 9.t.
into Immediate action Mr. (:'rittendenfound : '
can ,
, a \"ui'. his came to his assistance. for the '
of these, or even regiment, I' arrangements bringing t
witbout; any* to' ..the. gimnu, men :?(riil officer, remains' t'p thai $2/I5TOO/ (
HOlOASA. ivhen the eneiny were compelled retreat city. The \VnvhingtonGiays
S for. the ,
COt1ICII. delivered the order .
in1 under the co'e.of thn'guns-'of .ihptnwiii e-iger fray, I have 'charged themselves with' A. .remarkable instance of Yankee I
nod rode hick the whose
lit i[:TO BE CONTINUED.. with the loss of several dead nnd to general by this' melnircholy duty, from the fact lhat curiosity i as re1 teor a wel) drMt4

I -NDOSJOFTHB BATTLE sonicv6unded.. Our .loss in this affair (side. it.\V.. S his duty 'to .keep. The the deceased 'was formerly a member man in ,New Haveft, who loai *,WWthingion .
Kentuckians ,moved (or\\- .rd.'i.n gallant
S I A. this iiiuming is seven slightly wounded of that the sidewalk knocked
OF HUBNA VIS style) led .by'.McKee and Clay, both of! company. a
vii l M> >MNBMMMMMHM M 0MMMJVcio *> door and obtained
S ,Iu EJitor3 ltpinuunt.. : a light to' look after
whom alas fell
Prtpart fur 8. South Carolina; Regiment-Lieut.Col. in subsequent part Hampshire Election.-All the his missing Several '
J. J. c. RitJ U e l. property.. persons, '
p of the It 'hitppeneil'thnt before
by'Lttut. U. :. A., who arrived at ) ''Dickinson. \Vin. H. lIallad, ,Levis day/ so. .counties in New Hampsire have been one after another ; as they came along
I Dr:'iurner, '. reaching n position; from which they heard ( with the of three
the 9th inst from .\1 HI- Coke arid J. EM'iiilhps. rom exception offered to' assist him in his search, and
)1dtanoro on : eoLjldLleIiver an effec( live fire, the regiment small The result is the elec
towns. naked
broiiht ilie !ori.uttteHigt'nce Georgia Itegillicr.t-B. F. Me Pone! him what he was looking for 1- '

S teey! 'u.tory over the aid, (*oi: of the'ex.G\'erI1ar,) John G, had to cross a .valley .t:1IkIW5: lion Williams, Dtmocratby ,30,801 He evaded' a, r ply, and conjecturinglhal .

..oi'anotier The scene of! ocuun Eubank?, Thus. (. Scott_ ', (uf !\Iisis- :.brokenup by ravines and masses ol.stone. votes. over ,Colby, Whig, who received it was something valuable, the people
, -
Mexican amiy YistD. a bacioird.1.! ., about six 2'1J'pi) 21,124,'and Barry, Abolition who had! loitered,'round to see it found. After

. was Buena of Sahillo.-I firmjreummeueeJ : Lalt. Davis, who commanded the Whilst, crossing this valley,the heads, 8,5 JO' votes. The House. _now stands nn hour's'search, the man ezclamed

1 mJl s't't IKI thu 22J of February:, skirmishing: 'party uf'riflemen.Vas very only of the men could' be seen from the 148 Democrats and 138 A Hie*, *that; :he. had got it "Whati3itl'cried '
1f -
1 the 231 I Sauia Anna re- lnhiy: complimented for his. gjIIantconduct point 'wlito: Gen. Taylor and .\1 r. t rit. several in d breath. "It's! a .on/," said
eode.l enl
4nd Nueva, a di tal.e of tellIIIIJ by ( *oi, Dickinson, Gen. Quit. tendenoecvpjed-an1 these \fere bobbing _Javal"Forcu, in the GK//".- -There are' the 'man, a little ashamed | "I ..didn'tcn'te'

r iiel I leaviui 10 Agia four ilioa*""* l killed and iiian and 1 Gen. Pat rersuiu. f .. up and down and crosswise; jn such 164 vessels employed directly or: indirectly anything about 'it-, but I wanted to

I wounded t'ae liel! J .aiiia Anna'5 The column of': Gen,Twiggs{moved( : 'confusion us to impress both with the either n* men.of.warorsis, trants., seo where the darned thing went to f'

, d.-ujftiii and tIer otocer this moriiingf with the Mounted idea that the 'regiment had fallen into ports, in the'reduciion.of Vera Cruz and -- -
many up
J : priAinew. 'I'he !,>'S on Rirles in advance at 9'o'clock, to take disorder. The Mexican* were. annoy the c si1ofan. Juan, ,de. Ulua,... This .iA.80'VILI- :" PRICCa CURRENT. ,
and are
3r inea seven iumdrc-1 kihcd a d i t position on the->left of the tjn '. The ing, them at the.same !moment by. av. (fire; i is the largest naval force ever put fourth CORRECTED WEEKLYARTICI.KS. <.
our part was which helped to confirm the opinion ol by the U. States* -----i- ,, . -irducus ,
3'S I woundedSanta Anna's force (indertikin: ** the general 'that the, Kentuckians were WBOtCSAlX.. .
fifteea thuusand); that ofGenTaybr hut wish; Gen. Twiggs .thero is; no Pofe'1 '
; ab IUt five iho.i aiM, .&,I l. sucli word as fail.",. V'hen his cannon .thrown i jntp"dismay.It The North discovered by BAGGING. Dundee. ,' per jiff" .21
: .' 808I
Professor! Locke of Cincinnati, someyears ('OFFEE.ILio, : *' ?' lb. 10
mast entirely 1 volunteers. His- army i U could not, be hauled l by horses, they was one of those decisive crisis; ,Lake\ Jara. Ih.COTTONVBiirkSfed. ,121 COCANDLE.81rn
nt turns out
Superior of
;. and lift .d his and which octi'ifr in contested' field ago, ..b 3037j
composed of tfashiiigioii'SiBrad's, were pulled / by men, every | ;1
be immense .of
to 'quantlt) loadstone AlIanIHtt'1"; Ib,, 28. 31 '
It 811 Tboiiia1* batiene*. squadnm they were taken up air J ov.!r sandridges when the issue of depended," for with which thru region abounds.Webster .. .'* lb. c.. '2G
, of the Isi, ami one of the tU dragcnjiis, thai: r ho- ild think it utterly impossible! the time being, upon the gallanjry of .a SilkorBijrCrearp' 1 ii>. 28'' .1 '31 .
and Kentucky ei, ,' a and beyond the of the physical particular corps' Calhoun > .
; the 1 Arbnsas ary power anti (pays.tbe,Pbil r'i'wn Sljirting*.' per'Id SI 1
h brigade of Illinois'; and.. one. of )Indiana l strength: of men 'to surmjunt. The ad- Gen. Taylor, who. ,, before. said, adelphia Inqniier! )are said to be; now Ho. Sheeting, .S. .et. 8..+ 121

'ounteertI.te\ lt Mississippi and 21 j v.ince of this column' arrived at their could only see the heads of the troops, engaged l .upon great works whir h are lube Cairo TjokinJtI.P'ri a.. t'. "'10..1.f 25 25 .

1Q Kentucky Uegimeativ uird! one coinpa- 'destination on the- 'sea' shore'above the and misled by their motions in gelling ,tbe.cro\vnaneffQrtsQf. . their lives : Kenn.ckyJcans, ,25.. 50
10 Texas volunteer J about o'clock In.d' the rear closup and 'around rocks I" FLOUR. B..hiOMI'! .' 'per bbL a 00 Ii 00
of town ,
D) across gullies going Air. (;'alhoun upon a ,Treatise ou the N, Yurt., .SS. 80Q 00
Dr. T. brought a list of 63 offIcerskilled ed >at pundoivn. and pther' \obstructioninto. the belief .Principles if- Government, and Mr. 'FUR51jner. ,1 00 fZO :,

4n and uujnJeJ. 1 l left in surh Thi*' niirel\'( now; circumvents the that they were ,about .to falter, turned, Webster,upon a.History! and Ejposition ( KARjCiirn. '- buih I 14" 41 "'00 :1

r.l haste, that I was unable to obtain n place, und the entire' line'investing occupies (0 .\1 r. ;f it tenden,who i<* a Kentuckian, of the Constitution.. HIDES.ITAY. Green., "-ewt 1b. 1' 23 3 'm0O*' oo

lS. c >py, hilt recollect 6l1U1mg the killed, ; a :space of ground about'Smiles and with a countenance indicating:deep D,,.roqnirj.'. ",*.lb. S. '00 .

Captaio Lincoln, Ml. Adjutant (:ell- in leiitgh. 1\,- the tro01)So Jay stretched mortification, for the general rs n Ken- Natural C mp ..-Ji kit veil known LUMBER.-*FI rnlhigndB4rJsf''rtriiir -thoo,** 10 10.00-1400 00. 14 00 !
:J. eral IT; >. A.t Colonel Yell, of the 'ArJiinsa along the hills' and valleys with the luckinn.too,.and an_ ,eye fierce with.emolion -, fact, that in the Vast prairies Texas, n Ktnging Timber, 3 CO
::. civaryr) Captain Moony Adju..tant star and stripes( dotted here and there, exclaimed u By ,Gr-d,. Mr. .Critlehden little plo/it is always to be found, \which, OILS MATTNfl.Iiwliqard.S. lIt 371 j a I 00 M !

. \'aDfh ur. and three ut he.t5 (not fluttering .in. the breeze, they:present to ,' this will.not do-this rs not the under every circumstances of climate I..rlll.AUiealnr."PROVISIONS.Vork.Mew. -.5'calL.' 75 e it 00 i

1.f. named)01 tliKemucky cavalrt.ul.: the ,"..ea majestic ,and sublime, ap-' ',Way for, Kentuckians, tovbehnve themselves' ; change of \eathifr, rain, frost, ', 'Wit. 17'.00.1800 t

. McKee, lieutenant Col. Clay, I'aptaiu arnuce. The enemy are now com' wheii( ( called upon to 'nruke' good or sunshine,- .invariably turns ita l leaves Liri Banm.). "" "-Ib.1b. 'U 10.. a 121 00

1f Willis, 2d Kentucky 'Infantry, Colonel ; plc.lely'ithio .our grasp, and whether hnttJeit will not .n u1wer, Mr11 and and flowers to the north.. If a solitary' D.iurr.'I., 90-'a\ 23 .
llardin nnd ( Illinois I rend asunder the clmihsthnt' elencheJ his teeth and knit' 'fh,,. MI. 10 mU2Irih. 1
Major ormau, thy c 'in, With he traveller were making: his, way across FIIUKW *? LbL 3 50SO
I Itigtde, many of the Indiana brigade, .-bii.d then: toMie ronfined limits of the his brow nnd get his teeth bard together these' trackless 'and ,Jcssolate wildsyithout D!. ,Sweet buth. L

a Mitral of the Mississippi regimen, :, \\:5115 uftbe city and Cast-! remains to Mr.I .f*ritUndeii,who \\'ns'mistaken, ; :\ a star-to. guide or compose-' to ,PEANUTS UICB.SUGAR.. Florida,_ ." 'b.:1- 50.l..OO'I I

tndjwo Lieutenants of I e,as yolon- be. st-en. .Gen. Worth occupies the by the 'same indications that deceived direct him; he finds air unerring monitor FI" 'la. ," 'lb I .t?

r.te leer Amou g the wounded I rcim'in ,right G Twiggs the left, and Gen. the(;Jenem!, ,could scarcely make: a re'. .:. 4n a hUI'; mt, and bo'follows.its, NewOrleab Ib. 810'

bet Gen. Laue Col. JefJrscii.Dswis" It Patterson the centre. either of these ply from very chagrin and sinfle) ,. In .i guidance., certain- that it cannot'mislead SALT.SYRUP.Li FIarida.-;eriwml ground.. .'gtl.ark 2 00 50. a a'3 00 23vI1L1TKBran4y. ,

Miuissippi Ke.Mucnt Capt.,'Sleiu; ,1stii. 'ntncer C'II. be'moral from:. their pqsitious .' II few moments however, ,the TCeutuckiaihi mm. .< t ..-jalk.. 50 .3 50 1 t

eli : .S. Dragoan Capt.' t'onnor-, Te il one foot. by any furr.c' bat cnn be bnl crossedi hc uneven places amiverp :'Gin. ". 30.150'N.&Ram O73

a tokoteert, Lieutenauts.S. G. F.ruch brought agaitist tlJ.em.- I' am .very. Miuth, \ seen .ascending the, sTope.of the Good qdie-.Wevei nt'a' sick Wlii-key, .5 .. 31 H 7S I

i Jtad O'Br ell, Ii.'s. Artillery, LieuuinIJarber mistaken Having our position,.in the' val 3 shoulder to shoulder,. and with room in. state. of perspiration; the SKINS.Drer. -lb.fa 7
l' Panther, 59.aJ"50
.alii 2d Reotucky' Infantry, course of t\vo' (three-; >day the mortar the h'un'and regular,step of veterans of moment you becorne' obit( your pore BearrBUrlr. r 00'.i 3 50'

it Lieut. Corwin, 1st_ Altit/usippi rep- end 'heavy caiition! wiU>,be ,planted, a hundred (iehU .On they..mwcd umil *, ,absorb.. Do. .not approach" contagious TEA. Hoi ."1j. 50 01 00 !

e- me taad Lieutenant \Vbittrside, of the on the heights when the enemy will they reache,l the.c"e of the lull where .disease* with an,empty stomach, 1b. 40 50AdrnIffltraer'sNet' )1

lodiioa. brigade.' havean: '.)ppnnu.lity. ,of witnessing the they met: the enemy'before the ftu&h of nor sit ,betiveen the'''. ckan.| the fire,

lie following letter was rereircd effects of the idiot upon their city.Gen. .' n .temporary advantage bad subsided. be'c -u'se'1beJ L' ent :attracts. "the thin. .vapor SIX MONTHS n.r'- '., I .hd'-r! aC"7 !

ft1. iftuworos by a Mexican- merchant atibtt ..,Pillow. has dUcovere4the'pipe Here they kJiv'eled'ber: ; .fire ,by com.paqies ." -- M'. .!re,*"if>..:Ji'atnl lin Mo tourliofii rf,l., of adfolaUlr'Vi .Ieuainty.tris..j.ti .tAr ofib '

place, from Mexican of Saltillo.VM which convey site ftipply 'of water to. ,with such: regularity and 'deadly :'I .HnP. Ja.'p'or' p.f..te.(c..1d If

b7 .1& dated on the (Sin March, and .the city, and 'intends .CUttIgtIteflItli alni that ihpdecim !H phalanx' oe.ex- t> e''you fond oI'tongnefrl"i. .fl'ilW" n final rtilenieni'of ,tail! ....,.tacl. '

rgire*the.only account of rfje manner inS to-night. This \\ stop their rations* ico'gavo way and: ,retreated 'precipit* :was'always fond .of'tongue' Madam, .\fiml\ lie, f'nj..|?nv pt'IjT; ,?* \I.ii.i.I'Jlimi., ,
a.ed which the Battle was fought llial! has 'of water,, and compel them to, reson :to, oo"y.$ As. .the' Kentuckians emerged anti'ihikoitstlll.l< j;; & .., .., :;: f* ".1'iotr,. .neh wM mlmintriitiMr.t iati*."nnde.iif..1.1,1a.1I irrdfa! 'aU.\f roo notice.A 'tartnftn1 ,

. yet been reeeied : the.rf lIl, which I am; informed,\atford, froio, the' valley the''countenance of the 19/47. 'S' ,JAMKS ACKKIl. A''r 3 did Adam when alone( ihe .. Pn
Why ;, ... ,. .
rtAl 3 o'clock 'ultihe. and that : was 'regarding ibemfvah > --
old who
on the 22J but a qiuntiiy very geuerat, : ,
Because always :.tNox1v1;
Je long was I
J.a1e to m ncet Buena Vista. fi\'e. ,brackisli.. '.the., intensesi, iut ieat, gradually day very without Eve. :'YIJ..f " ..t..'P1tb : "It pt ,

ge mle* fhLflO. H Jigtt .openedWstbartiIleryj5 t'have made diligent iuquiry.intp.the l .: ..re1ixIthe: bitierness of i its-expre sol .. morning. -r '** .1'. *,C uri,U.J. ;14 tIruRAIeJewtiisyjIIiiip ia

. desirti.ctivecantiois' health of the.nnny.lo-dayi;.and ,the surgeons t. glbV 1 of pride sjipplanted! tlievdeepiiHru6c4uon : i -' ; CVUhI1.d'AlAfbq' >I431Mf3I1P9hhdjai.niIatof J
.de "ai .. its muscles I ,, } .Wmrny! gejiilgr; Ate thite'P'asked .d..r Miiy, kt. Io tMl
si kepI opew iiiItl e riset. NOucjdtd 'state 'that the)" never knew'tjie"armj" ) )iifcfi' >xeiJ' : : n.schoplaiaiaerV, *rThYee, Sir," .., Itml ,IiuI. jaekTuiiim1cbChIi. I.
adrautage icasy *) "ai.jedby; Lobe in bt' Jieajtli. a$.id l ;condi., andenlbutfiasin qualjtied',be>tierce; glances .replied little blue-eye, >*ma*. W c.-I..:. d.'crU.t.1atPi4MowIly.

Dfl. l1het ide.-.the-- -IA--IS- on' both beinerV el4J3sevf: gny; !' tjigglib1. of' .bin"eye: Foi ward ,they, moved; promptly 'and 1peutei' !' &* Pray .hwI'.iih..iim..sE.bLi4.thw .IikhEdirudSUifIichu4
---T ". rtiuirue'feminine.I ArnIiJ.siirIof 1I..1d CbarIas'VOILWIIIsIIIW |
"TuJgreat. :: vomito. > Under' hii riveted gazejvhoseeeling* :
.- 'giveweqn example pf.eicItsaid h.d. in ..' '
d I..lbe ril the, oTjajd ow
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;&\he 234 10o'Joek de' bat..tlf Yours MUSTANGppuioa : became ;and .wore;AvVotight a'.
. at ;: morp, up master. T"'W hy,;)-,* Grq jna'scuUlie$ ,' .I.'rNn$. 'a BI.kn3u4Ia. RanIorunhishtlg !. ; .
1:1ere WU ftgain reneWed_ anil' 'kept u.bollt '1. Plyirgt t .;\ :j pgli# ne4i4h !, bUt; i..ilvey: approached. :,vsc wa pf( ;carnaffe. : :becauscTycw, are a; ,nian,,nrid I I. arn"feminirfefetru -' .. half arro Ynofe: o. ''Jewus4(4 LoC <.
.'\ ; kienni&sion! jujiijl Gull .a*el tti,(ho- heavy. Artillery j 11f Ufled l ,\\& lieu they opened. their' t ro.the old{ e ,1 I-an./i.'gfrh J. "Very'well. ..'' ,..:.ietl MI$od .'iltaa b.r..rN, 1ev .Ia '

014k ibree ill the afternoon Both ,armies rofutII.iI fc Jiaol.' b enJa i iua'J_ previous. ;geIeI t>I 1 quJdiQ:! !oi1erJestten'liis.\ ;Ijfoceed.1! I'. I doift;:! know," said. k .is'.ry l&I..i-1' T6rn> .aNtatiuo iw'I Iw2th fettird dly..M..Ja.r from' sJu.ike'a,

tie ttlse5yeug3gJ -d'n.lug the wluijelcn. .tiHhe.jfailiig? ,oi j, Uie'lvsv.iMg, -. '. iir4sosi, [till brtq6rh wth. a;!loud.
.t-,. Wool l advanced with ...R'detacbmell'gaiD' .G8n: .' coti gave Ibrt'ig ii'.residents I hll.J.J 1 ':ij. fr Jqrl. :t qluck, } tins'l is''neuter, as'hcVan .I tIt.'AiIminilr. Uir ,cflh. .estate vf/Caailea.,. .

f' ;b'IUex.rao, notice 10, leave;: the' 100tqi f ''hc y ate. exclaimed;' .taIk4flgfls4it: .,were to bun.. .* oldBachelor." "* ', ycbqj', ; r' .. .
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tel '.t15iy ktV driven, bavkW&1hse f'}" 4fenejrrally. ; on bon rJ1of tli..fdreigfi vevJsofttWplB.thaVport. selrt' rid. 'rishifel'r' '; ilda' f ":1'Iu ats : i/i'c&f a* Jdel1.-r-Two\ J.qt. 'IJ1.en.. -AP'La41.THUS. C..2LtIS, SberUT. -.-AUciw-,.,.-.. -Co., 6 ..
. .LIas. i he : tej, jHt'. Ir.( :. ..' t. ;, ,e" )' *' 'Qstyay( '..o ':'(4::3 ;? LI, fls I1I,> cl-n ,hiing.opOIiteeh' ;I. x>theryho"had for 'r I '

, I ; ; T'i OD hh with d'lI\vn .vvorddWiohV ,ift,AI any uf.&ne': :citizens*of Vera>Cr ozjeing ., '&&I t ri heersofextIlidt1oi: I roStaiepride ! g l' A's 1; Wool I /ell.eia thc t:tnevliablejjre'JvcUbu of' ftic,; ebfekt u,4.s.aid, .'t.;., af1 j ." ? .FO.II] S"'" : '; .
.. t : ,.; ; \ : "ii1 b ",. iu'Veileape" at I I" ;-4..a.'u'' t ', ._.tJt: S '"
. ( r y lor'advanced *ivitl?jfre sh, 1 Pa .})i.. ur ''',9r. t 11JJl.IIO a. J44jnggpt j rJ; 2 rt; tIt btllitn:or. ) 1t 1wn! ,the' f<** Wt9i" I8 ; !rIlEU !p *'tJl "I. ':' ;

. diUd. 1 hl.t lexcasdecid. vsit,, \ .; 'rJl_ JU ht ,.ho\vuver yJolen !) ': ho wt!, .u joobtlier ir (t"! r I.&g're; '1- "1- 6.Vhat ; rw"'CJw ; ,, ) t :. ".. ,

ell JfIatugh\a J j'.bis' rg 4 oppose any:Line ie J of bI .tIit'kindAndz parts of,;'thf; fi affJ."? **tl:; .f ->\ tort of wedder YQIi liak:itifrilldayVSeTglijiorT -. 'iW..I'.] i" $VsmkI t 4p1e Ceji.'.', J..d'"I.i4iCrus". .' :

tle"hle was noeu4sssenv.. .!Lf isj .ter bthe foreiniijdetLsI 'r :! r ;e "J rd tia : ) *V :. 'ii .8'ltt aCa..p, "!$ .Si. '

'.y!' lelIaus1br: k1J nc(- Ouud1l$4 ;.t-ht.- .! '!;] .-j: i'. !lr; tu :incide}.:Mth !P_!. :ai! fr TfDE; 01- .(The other: pficrtwo,or three:bas ,1..Li..J. .t'. .qftd, r..he "'. .
,gtt ol/ v' i:'!" .' ren4r" iJthough1 t tew 'more ) !ji'fft J f/ TJ :J..kpV j/.ik I*SOLD ATUUCTu '
pIqpQurl : :p8iUefenc.J w,; vorio|? .pu ft ,t-! t TION i.J.t II.,t Jrit *Uy i* i. .
J .e'i le'nuaber by ,jIecafVi r'.,I doubt that pur. iibopt .,il4farfi-Ilie.I ,of prbfanity: lhaa|*'g!.raUhia! ,;,"bui$ :ofwed4ryo i 1\;'i t .1: j : : ,;;rwMTkziKI J krtrv1 at 186 bar** ;

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: J "WJfQHT' 1 'POIN8E'lT tiea ':, 11tiauth Of t_utIIMtfdftt Graadj4 tlfl. thefloMaIo." : 1: bad,o.a;. % $04fflt* at'll!..tirae .me arre*!, t' 'FJ'Wf '., iIo \\

iiMl interest of the iWJowlnjf Btraed.pp naiLvdio (ihre* hundred and _nmrtmi'J and says.that he belong' *Vo V ja. P. Crafg.:"of the WK.t.I. F. CU. 1Jlcksiifl1 ,
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: ui a eertatn.tract..or,parrel I. of, 1oi4fl. M' ,tb* ,in '',by,the,.Asseu name of A. !'Msoatee. HtlUboroushcoooiy.; Tlie ;owaeVlaretaeie r. f1 ,t. .

p. CUTTEKafldnM*. Ko dere iow -liat'pon. Alarbna Arredowlo'Grant, cs will atUly and ,pay H.'.Cole, locality traknowo, .no' oumberVreturnedby | i'tit.come :forward,;prove/property*paj Mh'26 Hi.. S" ', r

4 t. of public patroMCf pttrchase. theSiatciand' County tax Mue on aid Intrrv1* for A.iu' "'f. .' charge. and take him away '. of 'FZ1S, :
: i .GODS CHEAP: FORrCASH; < the yrar.1846;and alf legal'cost. and rhargei"iif'and Also. 320'(ihree'bundrtnl :awV twf ntr)',acres _' JOHN. PARKER ""q'rOb

: 1 ow ,1 alwut tbo adf eniseroent. and :lale'tberf fa, ,, Assessor $in, the name, of PatrickAlo. t' Sherin'Iihlsw'righ I county., : ITTWtJIBT. .AT .frr .. li
ir keep. coaiitaniIl_ I "'iowIt: ". .'.. 0. R.. """,,. lsmJuI Bav, September,4ih. 186.' tf ? J a* *
..a geiietalaisftort meat aF ,. .
* 3iIF .... := ,'Tbe'.lDIt of ertifney.'Johnson or-N."Wails.. .3000 (three-'thousand)) acres returwd .WUlpnet_, iaI :
tt F' '' Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots. The.Interest ..AVilliain Thorn.i ." ,1". tbe .m..fTllom"I l>d"ith\,in 1845. an3 r., Fer 8alet. .' ctrMlir ..Msrb19.t 1 .

t.Sk-a.' HatS,, &c.,.. hsnteii.t rf the'heirs or \Vm.Taylor. iian'tziin4 L-d.itbin/i D.; 1846;. said'to be lorcatM IA VALUABLE , I.
1! 7., .' situated KIemingIslancf >
"tHE The'J it.fpj,. J..1m R1'skwniend. in AY"iumkie Hammock. 2iacresr eligibly on .
Which they..pledthmsefve* "ti .sell: AT Induce- The tnt ," of John&|.hmara. '. Also,-790'(*.y"n hundred and nlneiy) acres, on the St.,Johns river.. For a:sle.enptini! ltt; lNln'olQ. ceMtLIAft

: LOWEST POSStSLEPRICES.: as an' The interest ofJohn N..S..r. I [tax for;1845 patd' by 'CbL Rw1I,3'tRr due1 for of the land.'quality of"th1 soilt and alo W term, ,CT WIvix. pnctid l I. I. ,arzI "
d..s min r..iil
r'W for CASH ctll The interest,..of Rogers Dffric- .. A.' D.',1846;' returned in.the name .Kingtley D. I inqtilm I of;Dr. ;A. S. BaLiIwin'Jmcksnnvilie.uvt4, : *' Fqtaity.; Ii. !he,Eass.'r*Crti. Dl _

im' k, 4JI Having emn.ami.ln.tbe.determination Good to, keep JVOJI09ICS Th*Interest_ Cyrus Perkins t ". Gibb; locality unknown,.no numbers.returned.] .by. the subscriber' at )Worali- Lake. Marion county, A. .".".1".. StLoiJty'ALDtticil .. T'7.
principally .
to bay W
T.s'A... FJnrW S. F. HALLIDAY.October2d. ,
The interest of IchalxulPrall. nr. [ *n ""Dnk ,
.1tU1 forth CHEAP Cub'uU'tbem.: than the/can) b.pnrcba.* .I 'The'interest of AaronPeck. '? I'shall. offer1 ,for sale, wYthtn.'legal l hourii, before 1816 tf.Administrator's -s. w.- t4
$F A or ,The interest of.Mordecai M.Noah., the Court', H i$ 'dbor. in OcaIawi. the first.Mnnday DOGGE'n's.. ;
; Iti EGBERT FOINSE IT.N. The'interesi of Israel' frost.; ,-the Qth'day i 'September next. allot the a- i Notice 'S EM :I N .A I.I"J:

r B. Hides and other codrnrj produce taken The i tnterest ofNoah Janr.- hove .described land, or.ns much 'thereof as.wfHbe '"JVTOTfCK I. hs'ribygivin, tihcreditor, *.of. tail mHI course; Ill lA.tntet

; :in exchange for'Goods.Jacksonville ," Th interest Mordeeai l Mf,,*.. SUffiCient to .1Ir,.'he,amount of- tax due the JLlr 'peroofui;enItkdt.dWrfliutiun. Utht Eitateof .1. Scb'1istvn.eduj she: ; p"wl Jif

j .March 19ih. 1847.1 Iff The inieret nf the heirs of Alexander' Muir. Slate of Finns for< "Ih..r with the amount J"hn, Weeks, deceased, and to all. |*er*oos. .h. duclionafef'. d..t.. <. ,

The intf rest of'Frederick Marquand. doe the Slate, and county Marion, t'rtbe year may havf any ciatms or5 dVmarnls whatever. against ,red t) i".', brre. na .': .

SPRING GOODS.TOST ,.. The Interest of Gilbert L,. ... A. ,f> 1846,' and all ,legul$ ,f wt. that may accrue I interest fn'said !. "'..,'that unlesrih *ame'beexhibhed .\lie studies t' .hi|. those..Who .t pursa, i.*I

'RECEIVED FROM 'NEW'YORK The interest. 1igelfl.nd Thomas Tilliit n. Iliereon,. f:.. D..HOWSE ,Sh'fI'anel. ,. or depnshei within |ke period of two for a profession t .ran .elect.suet. _.- _

fashionable .J..rtrnia'n't ufSjpriBff a The interest Thomas 'Napier. 'f; ,Ex officio T.x' Collector, fur.Marion Co. year fnsmth.. 21st. ;diy October. 1845they will best euir their !'jrcf*! Jif, i.- lilt

I 4 4 'Dew and summer' Goods And.also an mi ch uf the undivided inierest of March h 5th, 1847. :6m bo barred.,. and that 1 will apply to ibe Jufe! uf .Th regiiUtii .> the; :institatW

.4 ,pt aad of ., the same said Grani of the.following i named person Probates' of Hillt>Mimuh-County on ,tb. 'fnurihSuturJay -' with th-*inf t- irsfgaTi firpntit aVUal IM

1 Consisting *'as.will pay the State tax (for the year.1845, TAX 'COLLECTOB'S* SALE. In October, 1841. for a'final discharge and m'ra!.advancv.TteatPreerpiirfdeti | f.if iit. ,&;

1 Barare'.Robes, Printed ,Muslins, .and. the State and County tax for the year 1846.nndaltlegnl fronV my said Adminiitration.WILUAM T1wdisr1'hi.wis, ir'I" .W t
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r ;z stsrnl in and about the virtue of the povrer rested in me by Jaw, I : M.t
Ginghams, Pant Stuffs,. c charges B'y' WEEKS., .AdmV 11.. ..tW td ;
Vesting Russia Diaper advertisement and kale thereof'to wit:- ,' expose for sale before the Coon House ',Tampa, Dec, 1846v ',0m i'it..hala".t kind and ._.I.t .iIi;
: The interest of A. D. Forest; door, to tliecity: Jacksonville! :county:of Duvalon toinSitenee them ratbei ?

4 : Crash, (9r,towel.,, Calicoes, &c. &c. The interest of J. D IRno. ,the 2nd, Monday,in April next. The following "AdBilalstrafor's NotJce principle; of the heart 1.tknb by an appef. 'ti

I :' ,r ALSO ajteneral assnrtfr>ntof Lndle(; and Chil-. The interest of John'Rodman. property or su much thereof as will pair the State THE creditor, dUtribuiee and' ushers' inter : graq1puni; .-hment., eT ...

::4" drens'SHOES. Gents fine CALF;.BOOTS, and .a' The interest .of R. Davenport. Tax for 1845. and State and County Tax for tn. ,jn the .:tatff .of .William McCulIey. An accurate,account nf I

'pew article of Gents GAITKR: BOOTS. ; ALSO The interest Doremu.1. tsar' 18C6.' 10.000 ,aires'of land on and about late' of Nvs au, c.mniyr ..Florida .dec a.ed,. are'hereby ry scholar' .and ateu of the tbeaVlfanaeier/i&L dr |

an elegant assortment'of PALM; LEAF / The interest of th* heirs' Thomas Dexter.. Trout.Creek.known as th. Sibbald Tract- .1,000 cji.Hrand, atlmonK he l tsi ''be and appear i i.,kept; a. 'of which .at amjj _
WRIGHT & POINSETT. The interest of J.Suydam.. acres on Dumt'Creek.belonging to the beirn of Domingo 'at nnd before'tbV flu urwhile. th ..rf.. of Pn.. the T regular ropy, term'bill. acroaat; bfwfth 'hili..
4: Jacksonville, March 19. 3t The interest of Benjamin L. Waite. Fernandez;. 282 acres on the 'St. Johns btrl"nrNa4tlltl, C'JUn'f.a Court, .r..l.te.lo. I'Irsn.n1ii4pirntora'mrdiaibamsydsfr,11; ."

3: The Interest of BaVnabas O.burn.Th River, at 'a place called St. Joseph, and owned be held at theCiurt.HOII**. i insjri_ .ciHjniy,onlb. TERN ., .' .-

. f Levy County Sheriff's. Sale. interest ofSbiven Parker., by the Estate'of,Water* Smith,'282'acres-on the .first Monday in April., 1347 and shew 'cnuuif. FOR Branches.A;ItSSlojf OF.TWlLTt. WirwHirher ;

L1 benldon thefint Monday In January Alto, snffirient portion, of a ,certain; tract or St. John 'River, called St. Joseph,-and owned any they fa n,. why' I', should nut' be discharged Common Blanche*,._ 'ft/ft1

r 1TI; neir(1847.Liewci'nth"h..tirsoilO &2 parcel 1 land, known* the Strong Giant, now by James SinJI!lon; and adjoining the 'last abovementioned front ,all further administration of the Estate, of Latin anti Greek Cla-sic. j It
I exfrt-
. : o'clock' V on that day.the Sc"nh'V..I Quarter of the owned or claimed by William Marven, 'as will pay Tract;. 11.50'.crt' situated. Sam said WilliamMrCulley r inpursuance" of an.ap- Lessors in fr'.en b. givea. at lie

South Vet Quarter of Section 7. Township 16, the State anll' nunlY tax due thereon for the year pie Swamp near Nansnu River owner not known.. plicatiun then and ibrr* to b*mad. hy me fit said rents. rcqwn.II r to

; : 1846, anil all legalcosts[ and chirfs in and about THOS. LEDWITW. Sherifi'.D'C.By Court. ... R ALBERT Adm'or. withdrawn
North West Any from
Ranee 19, and the Quarter of the pupil tKeS,aiw4 h4,
the adverti i.rm..nt nnd snle I A. W. 1CHTON,'D. Sheriff.Jacksonville. Woodstock Mills 18- 184P. ,tk
Lt d""feur. Sept 6mAdrainisirator's
North Weit Quarter ,;Section 18. Township 16, eml of the..*k;n, excepr fur reawn ..
O l. 9. 1846.
Said miles from
fiiant i.situated about
: eight
Range 19.Sih and Eat, containing 80 acres, oras Piincipai-approves. bf'
Newnansville end i. bounde N dec.SIX n-gaift'chvpiJirdr
. rather Went of North.
will tin due tbo unexpiird ofehtse.sinu.
much satify taxes on
at same part
.Ii Ion thf North Fe and the MONTHS after d.,.. I .hull'
the'River Santa
by on present my
,, 'p;, fur tbe present)!ar. (is(6.) with. .all costs and expenses .. No ileifliciiiMi -..U&.am..CMrr..
and adniini
South by public land*containing five thousand .. o t.p..ra.e..Jp. voncjir as. "< r of .'
accruing for advertising the tan*. The a .Psiplfor occa$iooal al>seiice. Ii.iriseted n.
.4 the Estate of John Riibertnon lnti of .
xcres. as appears from thereturns; made to the 'ARTN ERS"I 1' bet .CJIirf.f'S"in icknes
above named in Levy '"jnt1.' the
on requirinf pupil "
Tax Assessor. Said interest of\VilJiamfll.n ,TilE county deceased to the Hi.n. ' ; Wilhlacooche., a short disrwewb.e th. well the firm of \V M. SWAIM SON, drawn from the SclnM.I.,
;?! second of for saiH ,,for a filial settlement of said Estate proper dt'd.\1r
will county
sold'on the
Monday April next.
: 't known place called Fort Clinch. and owned and was dissolved on the 2 lit .of July last, by the made. .
f claimed,by,Jam*. and bnunded by U. S. in front of the Court Howe door in the Town- of decease of the said \V m. Swaini,and tbe businessis dismission, and shall at the same time apply' for letters of ,Patronage i. solicited. bum 1tmI". *U& '.
have been lands Newnansville, between th. hours of ten and twoo'clock. no. and will be in future conducted the aa such administrator, of which all persons '
there confidence
lands, unless recently pur* by interested in said Estate de..hrd an unqualified in the ability sf be*
1 : i'T;; chased adjoining., The above lands'will be sold, at THOMAS C. ELLIS Subscriber, who'has had the sole' ,charge of tbe are to*rake rity of the Principal.TN '.

House of K.' DaniJ.. Jan 8, 1847. Sh.'rifTand Tax Collector. manufacturing of the Panacea and for notice. JAS. ,R. ROBERTSON scliiNtl It .
the Court Levj County. [ ] Vermifuge Oct. 18. IS 46. Administrator. IU. m a &mrihinx.jtMtjw

' .W. D. ANDREWSSbert&andTax Columbia Shcrifl's, Sale. the lasufouiteen ,elrt. The buHilfojr ira large, coninvtdlo* ""
* r ; Collector fur County The Panacea will be as usual in round structure, I .n'ct ." Klor
I Levy county. virtue of the powerveiitr'd in me by''law, put up Administrator' Notice recently r'1 ioa Lmbo,*L
::4 OetnbPr23.. 1346. BY bottles, fluted longitudinally, with the following MONTHS .rter dllt.. I shall make appli fofI/0O.K. *
I have levied andj will ofler for sate SIX
The above sale is postponed to the lit befiire the Court House upon in tb. town .of Inter ,blown on the gla :-' Swaim' Panacea, to.the Hunorahle Judge of Probate for The 'locatioo i it-one of well knew saluWsjti

Monday in February n.-xt. Jan 15,1847Cy on' the first Monday of May next, Iwiweenhe Alligator I Putlada.and lie only change made i ii the name the County of Nassau fur -a final settlement and i. ..y ..(accrue. Boanl nmy l e ulitaineii**

The above sale is postponed to the first usual$ hour of sate that the of AS. SW AIM' stamped on the sealing wax. allowance of my accounts and voucher a* Administrator sonabl rat n s(>rcial4e familien in iktfa*,
Vb4 Monday in March next.. Feb 12r I I dec ,itwd on day and.written on the label covering the cork and anew ; on tin estate of William C. XNeilk late Jacksonville. R. F.March2/ih t84ff. 1}

The above sale Is postponed to the first Section property 35, Townthip VIE: 1, Range 11, containtt g l label fur the'side iheboule, composed of .,of said county. deceNstnl.! .and for a final) dischargefrom fJnircd States MaR -.

p Monday. in July next. 80 acres-Levied tb of Dempty geometric lathe work comprising 'nine, different my Admfni.iration on ..itl..I.lfI. Flotida soil Savannah pneler. via 1'icutstsBM
March 26ih 1847. upon ? property dies, which bate been turned fur the exrluive WILLIAM
useof WINGATE.Adm'r.Nor. Crrek
_. \v.1(44. 10 satisfy she taxes due, thereon for the ; Mamlariff.JacbonvjHe,S.Jolus's 114SI.
the proprietor, by Draper & Co. bank note n. 1846.
I NOTICE. year 1846. engravers 6m Bt ...and' )... CPluI
of Philadelphia Four dies oC'difivtent
, |Wc U.S. Mail she
m abovtf
ALSO. plaeesvTn
PERSONS having claims against the es- patterns form the body of the work, and in the In Circuit Court. .
r: of Samuel Hens"n late of Colombia Section35, Township lHarliauleif p.e 'r t.'s
. I & : centre is a'portrait of tbe late Wm. Swum aearated CIRCUIT OF .LORIDA.COVIITt' .
' 'T4c County deceased will present them to Ihe Sub James U"inglon.IUrrotM'O Dempsy Woods, from the borders by two. circles of lathe or DOVAL: NofCVBKK TERM. 1346.TDM .-- &t MAYTflEW9, P MN.bjL .'.
th time law to satisfy the taxes due thereon fur the year 1846 : ter. has I. dlftf'ttGLli 'IIIj
;* r .Krlberwitbin' prescribed [two work. The words "Swaim'a Panacra,9 are'engraved DAT. December 1.1846. ,heo,
years-or their will be forever barred; and all ALSO; PRKSIVT The Hun. decks-and cisbiuis rebuilt ui W
conspicuously on twotuined strips, and a THOMAS DOUGLAS
Section 3. Township 2, .Range'11;, about 40(, *oroey furnished and pasnsedatid, I bey maeii
,those indebted to said estate, are requested tomak'e ., large serai-circular forms the marin.Tit. .- Judge, &c.
acre*-Levied is the of I. D. Hint upper moeii improved As fir accommodation .|.
; payment to v. H. ROUSSlAU upon property borders are composed of plain 'lathe work David Tanner,. ? _a
,Administrator. or I. D. Nort,to satisfy the taxes due thereon fur t. CHAsCIxY. fort she cannot. be sorpasseti by a nvmure. bustm the
theycarlSlG. strips, outside of which small 'letters : L'-ahYleT' Bill for Divorce. Thit" .lIt will arrive at S."...'
Little River Fla., March SGth, 1847. 2m the entry of the ; EI.% .. V '
T. B> FITZPATRICK, copyWright.JAMES I Thursday m roii jr,, M. ce> ib>. d..mIfti J.
appearing to the satif ciion the
SVVAIM,. of Coart,
Sheriff and tax collator exbfficio.AlHeator. I daily line of .> *for Cburiektoo/alki
IT NOTICE. that the bwevery .
Philadelphia, August 1846. Defendant.EilrnbcshTanawr,".... '
it ,>: SIX MONTHS alter date I shall preunC'm1 Ort.23.1846i out of the Slate of Florida and beyond th<*jurisdiction evening. .
and "nu\h,,. Executor of John AI no r.' u"r. within* to talre $ Is A
as : FOB SALE. SWAIM'S CELEBRATED: PANACEA,. of this Coon ; Off Mono of R.Dorroant &
Brown late of Naao county deceased*, to the 'SUBSCRIBER, >'ff.-r for 'sale, all that FOR' General Esquire; Solicitor forthe Coraplainaut in the above brig or bartjue line which leave SavaaMaH
Ji Honorable the Ju.le..C Probate, of said county, THE THE CORE or Scrofula Debility, entitled caume. Iris Thiiritdny and Stiuiday fur Ne cYtr fiftili
tract ot Land with the building lh"teon,
White Swelling Rhf'umlui.m..Di- of arrival .
.f ihe .
Sc 'M-.I.| rrum .
F d.
of and
said shall
for final settlement ,
estate at
a situated Dames' Point th* river St. Johns ; a hearing had on th fact
at on < Liver and Skin and all Dss'ase. arising from Patnenxfr .
t wild their I
: the same time apply for L<* t.r..t Dismisnnas:1ii charged in 'the' said* Hill of Comphtiut said h.sgguv. ,, islilbejuws. ,
about nville. Tht
.mil.''4 buildings
of the the hoard
Blood effects of Mer
Impurities or nfeitlH-r ian. If
of,which all interested'inaid rvfiiiiml'; ,
: ; uch Executor, .
persons comprise H gnod dwelling hUQ.e'of one.story, | Complainant' nt the mat Term of this court: And The above
cury. iii u) 'Iravrni-fblL:
dHirpct take notice.
estate, are to if tlMairl
- edand plastered together withseveralootliouses, SWAIM'S PANACEA has been for more than Defendant fails ,to; appear a ./". Leave PiUtka *.cWPicnrs.

: JOHN A. CAVEDO, Executor. nnd tip tract of land contains fiftjr one acres.The .- I twen'ty-fivn years celebrated in,this country and in may then pass in the sama
p.r.-.J March- 12th, 1847. 6m situation is elevated and'healthy, and .to anyone Europe for its extraordinary cures -for the certificates. Defendant, should appear anti He pii> ent in Coiat 'Black Creek If' 1L 3 11

i.f:4i: .,n, NOTICE. desiious of pm chasing a good. "farm, the place .of.which reference is made to the directions AD'IT irr0RTHXitOBbxRiiyt That certified Jalkaogjl1E '.4 Dflhl. J2".
tttIf:, i' A' T'lhe next term of the Circuit Court to he will, be sold at a bargain.HENRIKTTA.' BARNARD. and book (which' may be bad 1 gratis)'accompany. copy:printed'of: this Order within be the publUlted'tn Eastern. Circuit some newspaper theSlate Forfreight orpassagri: ; apply toon Cap'\."

f f1Ia '. .tLiwld iDMarioncltun.", Florida,oa the fourth ,. 'ing the.PunaceaiItiha. of .board;or to>' _
Jacksonville Marrh 1847. if ofFlorida. for the of three hibe.
-c. < ; bfotari u.ed in hospital and private practiceand ( space mom ,
next.'I will WOOD
'tU > Monday April apply by peidons9E fore the'first & CLAGHORN.
: day of th next Term of this CotIr. S -
b :aid1 Cuurt. for an allotment dower in the real Pn bite..Kale of Town* IMSU fit'Tan has had Jho .in&ular.funuae of,.being recommended II OSCAR'HiRf 'ClerkV.fsatd; .Ats.v.a."FERNANDKZ l.
: ::estate. and, for dower or ibm portion which I an Order of th* Buard..i.r County Commissioners by; the most celebrated )phsicians. and the above be dliereby. &,'BISB\
B certify tu true
a uf tbe Order
am entitl-d/as widow in the personal. estate'of HilUlMiroujjh_ County.. is'| onicin,.of other. eminent |I" ns. .Aoumg uihers by red frrcnnl in ropy Agl.nDaaiciueIIA
< m> said rntit1c4u..
I Matthew, llindley, deceased late of said county.-- the Lot in' Tampa will be offered, at', Puhlff S.laon.the 'W;Gibson., M. D., Professor, of Surgery. Pa. Term, of said. Court. ,at saH COY -.

L FRANCES HINDLEY. :first day of the'Spring Tetm of thf Circuit I University.* WITNESS' Arnr.'JUlCk! 11
? Valentine ,Mou, M. D., Professor of Surgery WHEREOF. I hereuntoset CT The ..mfl'
t. March .12th. 1847. 4t Conn for l1iila'hi'rotih'.Cttunty, being the second .ham and'affir' SARAH SP'ALlfriG..
tlw .
my seal of saidLL'811
N. ,Y. .
University.W. in '
""""'" = Monday in April next. ; C.H.rt. connection witli thi* |."t. t<,
e NOTICE. Attest. SIMON FURMAN, P. Dewews M. D.IJrofe'uororMidwirt'l'V, HouMintbeCit> of Lake Monroe,'one/ himdretl and4liove taeni4wb

T '.; i.' ;, LL persons having demands against the Es President of thfl Board County Commissioners Pa. University" Jdfkwinville, this twenty ninth, day of >PHlaikaupbe St John* rim.

.1 P. o' : .t1. .tan of Peter Dalztel! late of Columbia Tampar Jan. 29. l84. 8t N. Chapman. P... Professor of Physic Pa. December, A. D;. 1646 ,. i. Sept; .1.C\.1846. .
will pr"lent'' the within University.. OSCAR HART. Clerk. -1
ti i. Cowitydecease4, ame, 03 Snniherriiuurassl copy. ., '
;I ;. tix months to the subscriber, or they will be bareed T.I' rk.,M. D.. President College Physicians, .1anttrj15th1647. 3mWatcbraakcr Florida and Savanna. ;Sva
Exectttor'avNdtfcer Philadelphia, 'PacketTl1EtaJ.aSs.inPaebfl
forever -
h: : THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, 'SIX'MONTHS: alter' date. I .shall present my Dr. Del. Vail.pror. Medicine, Havana ,1IfI'rlm vitije) .

, : I 'Almini.lrator.Ex officior r vouchers,as Execiitor'of the estate Jose' Lourenco: da Luz, Professor Surgery. pud.Jeweller ." I.&t. GASTON>'Cap ; K. Peek.i .ii'

{ w U or .bfl9tb.J847. T 8m"- 'of Miry Fernandez.Ute of Nassau county. Lisbon "', ,No. 5 MAIN'STIIEZT." i rive' ttt Vicubfil rrrrj Ft&j"

-' ,- deceased the Hon.. Judge of Probate for said J. ,Cbipman,. Member Roya!College" Surgeons, .Rei'pectfuhlvinfurmi the ing at'9'A 'M. on earli.werfc;amirjrill! ,,. lIt

'.1jNOTICE.. county for A final settlement: ..aldcstInan4 i :: London., /, > Jacksonville lad citizen* P. M. .ti'r" Savannah via 5fandariiiSt.Jklarys Js4wS't.

; k L r A LL persons having demands'against the eat shall at'aim"apply) for Letter'of Dismis 'G. W. Irving,hue Minister Spain.* ... 4 he has removed W us il.e)vicinity.that house : ,.and all )otlwr'immvdiata.arrive landij "

XJL, late of John ,C. Clycfr late of Columbia. ion as such Executor of wl.icb.U persons inter > Sir Thomas Pearson, Major General British* mediately" 'inV in SavnnnaB early on Sunday,:
r adjoining the, .
I t,'*County, deceased, will present tb.same within l estedihsaid. 'eitistear.deslredtn take notice. ArmY;,I. '. ., I one re.'cently Passer jeer*' for1 CharVstnn:eaw.Inivt> al't* c
b : ;:ai& moaths to tbe subscriber. :they will be bar. ,JOHN VILtALONGA, '.Gilbert Robertson, Brhish'CoIii' / ),&r.&c. ". 'occupied;, a* ,heoIEcii'ofihe"J.j ,printing in tbe ,.vening'in shedalyJia.ofSrmesr.

- .. rad forever. T JsnuaryI5,134T., Executor-' And also the wonderful' j .. Stateaman.V.nJ. . .. {. nI'a.r' _. .._ .
; cures effected by r -; r- '- ,' r-\ The fiatlM?' run in' o'I''t1iu wibW'
., ". ., THOMASiB, FITZPATRICK,, owaim**- 4- '**W ranacra nave- jar A many year made'it- an* 'I n.cte4 townate.with with promptiiude.all' orders coin \\.JJ.INJtn'Yild; *. Brig; U;'( lr.Uctll,

- 1I Administrator Ex. officio.' HOLMES&Co.. invaluable ., The Panacea doe not'COD.'tain ., Mr. Grothe tH. above Hhe.) New .York, of which in. leives. 'every' W-1

Alligator Feb 19th 18t7. 6m 1.J1F.SSRS. HOLMES, &CO., have removed mercury in any.form; and, being aa,innocent mined' confine wonld hu *ltG'say.'IhaIhe has deter morning.Tli' -

.J' ---- ,- 1 ;1YJ.hfr :stock 'p( Merchandizf' the large .preparation may be given to'the most If ,to atte inn. io (UlUPeith.jslvp.'. Gastnn ooe* nor mum la Bfaffc Ca-rk 0herw.jsEti
NOTICE. fant. mkiii.iVM. ) nAejk. .He, render. ,, hi-:
.building formerly occupied by the: United St.I..i ihanks'Id Sayaftn b. ..
.ik IX ,WEEKS after date 1, shall Pply *i the known as the,Government, Bmldinj.TVyhave. el'.ho are confiaed ia large 'number* ''on heir' the many' friends who liave,c1n him :NAMES OPP4CKt'S.' ''.
.p "H a.' the Judge of Pcobatea of the' of 1 hot climates-are parrnTOie, and Inista-that i .x; laa* hereafter I The&rig I. m'fapriodrf'rr..i"'k"'l
jptti county added to. their stock ,by the l late arrival from plaatations-iri! peculiarlylieWe' to wUtbftaoeh; .H e-tmrJ sng 'hi.'thti\
'< Hillsboroatb,for Letter* of Administration on the- such form.-of disease. from as to merit k. Weet:
New York a, fullauort'nentof Dry Goods, Groceries. arising avitiated state From d if.aulert "..
":g. 'Estate of Manuel OUrllla.deceased, late of said \. H, diu.. Provisioni: &r.; '&c;.- which. of shebtuod' ( andewant;: 'olcle;; nlfns.'and variety, ; l Iaiti'rrvriaft."ia: ,hU-buslne, :fan feeU', : CLINTON T, )".... 'IS.

". .county..' ,WILLIAM. ASHLEY.- they an* prepared; sell'at'reduced price*. : of food. These diseases frequently) ..'" "Iar :hjmself competenf will he ',|, iglve;>iWwJnp.and! Li, 3rijr AUGUSTA .A.; M/, .c.-u, .
Tarapa,; February'26"ib,1847. ,at defiance and*render their W &fl". ; moderate, *d. reasinabl June 23'
: Ib t': ,. They aae now .prepared ..purchase. .Cottons, practice :miserable iho .f tHW'Nnrth.' a** I 'I

'i-i "-- -. .NOTICE., Hides,.and other priiduce! of. ihfx country t* "fhe' victim* both,useless cJ expensive' tot heir masters; If., B: CV ka'and'Watchea NVw bark VKRNONirV.Brijr .'ENrY.'f rrJ ..
bigb.stMarktratesandmk._ cash advance*.on ,that; :[plautrrs ,wou'II.' *tudyihrir o_n interest. .' manner, and repaired i tribe best 'SAVANNA". 'H..Ie1 ..r 'Jt'1'
I '>A U persons having claims against the Estate'XX well I a* b at the sbme4t notlcackoflvjlle *. Brig 'EXACT.. J.1I ,.
.- consignments to theIr fiieods in Savannah. andCliarleslwv ;- 1, keeping! alt ays a '/ ) JtJiwoav WMIITRXCRITrO. <
; :of Wilh'sm Boyd.late cf Benton' .. >. 26 ,
I'f '
county, or. New:York. euj-ply Swaim's Pans.cea.whtch appear* to be ,Br'
'I p, deceased, will present them to ,the subscribe* They' hare; a..*w'artideof Wrought Iron the, oaly thing which caff-be:relied o in 'such Agri U1j r T. vesel.* are cnrfmsndcd%men of I .
f.kWa' tha UOM prescribed by law, or. they will "' .B pl. ..t. taW "
Ploof -to which .tliey woold rttpectfulljr' call I ease- -j. ''f ezine.. VW 'IrT3'flfl110
'I 4. W barred and those indebted to- the said Estate, the attention fif Planters. ., :-. retiil.priee: has. Vn.reduced to:One Dollar :DENStOW1DlAURi & WEBSTItL Pa.s.ngrvi'as r.mrortaW'upssiisbl.

I I r.-'will. make. payment' to. ; I Js1is. 'nvIH'TIov,6.' d' ,and Fjfty Cents pr bottle I (corit.lnlnc'thrnhaIr S 1i. 'VANlf H.'oi They:will sait'pmirf nalhr,at, *!rf'P&I"I"

ALBERTCLARK, and, -- .. ,_. ,l'yrthrreJe.1 for Four DOlls .' ia the rase*,U. towed s.t.
... .. pinti. rs flowingariicleai l "hicE (Will$$ be fa* '
ADAL1NE:CLARK, V ." _.. f.; r -, DR i AMBLER,.would; :ALSOWAIM'SVERMIFLJGEI'Aatuab1i :*okl oaaa reasonable J.rml as a 101btT rUb.'A "GEORG1f'lioLi"IF.'
Administrator and Administratrix.Aflfom notice that he ha. \ f "'Are1 JsCkP*'. .
N I' five: t Family:Medicine, beingahighly; lIluienl.intbeS94t.hed.c9qntcy" .
B.Dton1 JLF. o..c.,1&ili46.0. ':6m., .- -,- -, located himself. Jackonviil proved remedy(or all.diseae} arising from'Debility .. 4" ,cQMF1JETE aWrtmentofAgfluhtyl: J I rlm- 4 .14tt1' 'can >''secured at Sir,A, ;"" .'1pllcatlft

.' -- .1'n the-pracllft*'of'')a l tri..Dd havingotherboMnes ) (1.! ,Diga-tUe.Or|. .l surh} as.Wprms.Cbol.' 'pleraents, consist 5 injpof 28 dilerKJsJie*'arwr, H.L'.ARL&Co.r': :

ii rt1cad.-. b Interests; in1'the place, intends to ,.era'Morbns.' Dysentery.Fever and'Afite! Biffing' 'patterns' J nr'plotr&M fl.a' &*** kild.3'Avi4 ,J.III1iJ.S"1843. ... -' -- :LiI..!' ,
S"XWEEPaa.r" make it :winter reswence opcaainn! .' Pti 'Sirk Htaatche tn.! : &c. T,.arad';,Ox''Chaina Sb I
made'lbyabe Qndenigaed'f0 IJMt, HOB 11Li : bis'permaaent; ; J5ee tbe'pamphy. .I;aDC 8,.J. H- 'S 'TMB
Jodge of Probate for Marian'oouniy, f or Letter of allyvisiting:snme other, places 'ia the ticinliy. in'iMs let (which may be had gratis) accoapanyiog: and: Manure_ Fflrk.Ptflt a nd Americaa SciihW i TRA1or': flrQT1; ;

1 .*:I.'JU 8iai trattoa oa th0 wtt t*of S4mu>I ..wUley; : ''way aeeur/ng! tlf Jeomnuinlty |btP general' ,Vermlfugi, t.A 1., aM R'sp IIisks (Irabi i > md" ,Corn ,SheI t.lfC'"h, .Comfiinf.| a. ,rmrral_ .inirodaeinry .""t .if
advaatajieft'of a'permahent residence : I). 1ul :. CoICri4i'rs.Portable j
<" U. of Lowndes Gaorjta, leoeased.. P"1 Seventh French' But V Gntt **V
coaaty { UhirPual 1le
and''' -Mill Hahd C, -1 .. Hlswry, aacieaf c' ,
< .All operations ia Dentistry performed Street i.-tfl Iow ChesiutPhflsdelpblAEaud for ale Mlh1aSriw Ctitkr, # : ,
J *** Jaa.22184ri J "YM.NCH.t.. : ,0* \., 'ieMi
of' bfYPaI -
'TO:.__ _' -- i' ." "''wrmntt4.JiI"h." ...,.. .. .: ,II ..,. '. by-all pecuble Dr gglits.Ia tht\Unkfd Suiti7 ;Pateit Cbum F ..Conga GIns;SaWGiIIZ,,at.ntFanMjlIs'anj5 ::NsiIo1ti.i rGt", n. J.rr. .L.., .
.. Teeth HI from a single one to:an euUre set.: .. ; "
4' Ezecers'KoUce. : ,
/ ". : AGENTS "
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