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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
October 15, 1847
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval 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:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Florida statesman
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Mtnitted MY LIFE IS Yes; &nd.thed-dnighU&tcha ditalL. :Oh!, '- S
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not marked with the nmnhel 1 SS rgiiSeaTslAnd cotton is a dan. at is your baggage,mass what is JbftF-

.2 ; required.will continued unLil forbid -The death of Richard Henry Wilde is an incident ; the devil "A butter tint, the,filament being some three times'longei *Why,:thre isfcls"a pack pf cards>bowie

gbIrged fn1. which gives a deeply,melancholy interest .:?proceeded to dress himself slowly, bid'hem ,than that of the""Indian cotton,wOOL' S knife and'a-night Bhirt'TouTl find them an

"TFiye!dollars will be charged for all ann auce- to every line of that exquisite effusion of t all good night and went into his oinhmaenext The fibres cylindricoJspiral/and hence.,piUor."P.??

candidates for othce. 00 his the mere mention of which, for years, has door; and was from that time never street, ease/with hich 'they-'are.%uht info bUoh tij

/Eiquare. ror Six Months. : : $10 10)? 00 recalled his name with so much pleasure, to'His .walker. He dissolved connection'with Clubs.,, threa&S ,. :. '", .. S .".. S. A Us (.B 1iIi 'ro'to furnish aHin

SSwDebtorsandCreditor., I : S 0uotkes ) countrymen and country women. .S Touching fes and isno.W'ss steady walks.. eorgi: Uplandr,.for.-,coarse the riiTuy":c mpi.m Ueriaany irith'sflk

jpPIicatioo for LeuenofAdraini.tration will be inserted gratu.admi .- it has ever been it is now invested with a'jet Mississippi" ; July, 1847. *' 8.-; The' 1'ht.udr feeble- blinds for their carriages giatiith'the -,

t ;:TAU religious deeper pathos from _the recollection that the It was c'a11 (V1Jj.'i.loDt! time "Bowed'cotton,". .that the. blinds ;aretu winrtiie-proyiso '4

: communication will hand which penned it is now nerveless and still iSWEET' '. -from fact ihat is was separated fl'onithe
V"All able personal POTATOES THE BEST 'MODE'OF ments, and to be changed adlib_ MJtr ., !iSI

barged a advertisements. the forever. 4 'BANKING FOR WINTER USEi jeed 1.110 ::0!a bowstringivTennessee .
tn '
rr AU bills for Job Printing. must be paid u My lifeis like the summer rose A correspondent of the South Carolina Advocate "I 5 cotton is of nearly the same quality S Talktd'' f.-The 'friends: ');Vim'Baren .

Atirerjr nl' the work. must be ajiltTT d to That opens to the morning sky, 1 furnishes thefollowing:. "i t .. I as the Georgia Upland except thai it is'clean- talk of him as a candidate for the next.Presidency. .

ITT: AU k communicates kgAItD. f/D'uge p But ere the shadea of evening close, Will you oblige me by publishing under your: er New and the Orleans staple a little'longer. : S .. S
theolast iwo
i :Is scattered on the ground-to die agricultural heM; -the following. statement' of cotton is strperior

e- OF A. NEW Yet on the rose's humble bed mode of banking and preserving Sweet::; named kinds, and.may be5saId to.occupy amid- Punch say 'once'saw V father knock'down

BOOK PROSPECTUS, ,PATE1YT JtOTE3, The sweetest dews.of night:are shoo, Potatoes.for,..'wlnter nse,. t ban tried--various dje'ppintletwen' ...Sea- Island,.. ,and" ,Georgia UpPernambuco -, one of.his boys and'thought it the m rtniotf- -

JUSIV CALLED As if she wept the waste to see- modes for the last sejen yearsj:but.have,' never bu il.t1. ." S :1iF' picture ot a*i* doWn he ever beheld,. fX S

HARP succeeded in until thelast cotton'has a fine,16ng"staple; ., )1.
HESPERIAN : But none shall weep ft tear for me! preservingIny potatoes '
1HE when'I adopted the following method -. cleanand_ uniform,and:yarns jnade.from it are : 'ai-i' the papers of ffie court'of atKeene'lf.

.,).WID._noallfT.r Jefferson v.,Ga. "My life is like the autumn leaf : season' in great request among the stocking ieavers.Demaara .EL, have been stolen, so that the court. r.
Berenice and Maranham cannot proceed.with business. $ OO reward
: inclu- I made banks of from ten to fifteen bushels cottonsare
That trembles in
contain500 the
work Will pages ; moon'spale tt.
rtRIS ray, fine and glossy/ahd welIc1 a d. is offered for their return., ,-
1 ding a lucid exposition of the Rules of Its hold is frail-its date is'brief, each using nothing but corn-stalks, raising the into fair They are *

5I and of Musical Composition; a larger Restless and soon to pass away. banks about six inches from the surface of the spun Bahia cotton a is stout'yarn.better than either of the two A Witty Fair Ont.'Pray; Miss 'C saM.
tunes used by the reli- Yet that leaf shall ground. Before putting the potatoes ,in I inserted -
ber of the Church ,.ere fall and fade, kinds last named. S I gentleman the other evening, "why is that
.lII and than have stick about four inches in circumference ,
uominations South West The parent tree will mourn its shade ,a ,
Surinam ladies fond of officers
jt cotton'has.a long staple and is faintly are so f -
volume in the centre of the bank
embraced in one immediately
; The winds bewail the leafless ,
been tree ,
before : with "How P Miss.C it
tfft tinged yellow. It is clean and much stupid replied ,is not perfectly -.
and Infant then the them ina
and Anthems; Sunday School But none shall breath a sigh for me! deposited potatoes, heaping up sougth after h siers. S 'natural and that should
Mes by proper a lady .
and Missionary conical form around the stick and covering
hymns;Numerous Temperance West India cotton is from Bourbon seed;the liKe a'gOOd offer,sir'"
in instan- them regularly about 'four inches deep with
{J'iecd accompanied a great many "My life is like the prints which feet staple is fine and silky, but not well prepared.
entire Hymn or Song. Many of theta Have left desert strand corn stalks. When the earth is thrown on and It is said made
IJJ by the on Tampa's ; Barbadoes cotton has a short staple, but is ofMelancthon"that when he. .
finished the '
the banks stick
are entirely new; while many of those Soon as the rising tide shall beat nearly is drawn silky and strong. It appears in the market with an Appointment he expected not only.the.hour-

he old airs that have long been used at Pray- All trace will vanish from the sand; out thus leaving a vacancy through the wholecentre much husk.-American Farmer. but the minute'to be fixed, that no time mightbe

CamP and other Meetings, &c., but have Yet as if grieving to efface of the bank, allowing free ventilation to wasted in idleness or suspense and of Washington -.

iLr before been collected and harmonized, All vestige of the human race, the potatoes; the orifice on the top of the bank A man and his wife, who hadbeen married I ,,that when his secretary being repeatedly

numerous Scotch. Irish, German, and other On that lone shore loud moans the sea,- may be closed by placing a little moss in it, and ten years, disagreed and: 'determined to separ- late in his attendance laid the blame on,his

t tunes vill be found in the HesperianeL But none, alas! shall mourn for me!f' covering with a board. I bank immediately after ate.. The terms of their separation were to be decided watch, he said, "You must get anotherwafcA

Books ancient and modern-many that digging, carting them from the field 'to the upon by the judge of the arrondisementin or I mother secretary }

flOW out of print whose rich music is un- bank: which prevents them from being much which they lived. They were Parisians.

gt bon to most persons of. the. present_ day-,_._ From the N. Y. Spirit of the Times. bruised.I Have you any children F said the Judge. Lieu CaL Fremont-The Washington correspondezitofthe -. S'h

pre been compl'2e1izsca up-10 SUPplY n' L. ULISErk. AN AWFUL EXAMPLE TO MARRIED GEN- had all my.potatoes. put up' in.'this way. the. "Y s. Monsieur Philadelphia Ledger, .in one of-

TLEMEN WHO STAY OUT LATE. last season,ana nave oeen using them constantly 'How many T S his resent letters says: "The Court Martial in
HESPERIAN HARP is the largest and until the month of June last. Out of 12 or "Three-two the Lieut. Col. ; .'
boys and a girl-and it is with case Fremont will contened
offered the American Mr. Nichodemus Nobbs married well, he wasa 15 bushels of potatoes in a bank I never lost : J
J oxyjt Music Book ever them that lies our difficulty. Madame wishes to shortly,"and I should not be surprised';were Ito
I pbiic, as nil intelligent persons will see by fine man and popular. Mr. Nobbs was great more than M a peck of them from rotting.The have two of them so do L" learn that orders for the same had already

cmpouItg it with other works. Price, $1 50 on societies of all kinds, and a regular atten- advantage of using corn-stalks is, I think 'Have you agreed to abide by my decision 1" been issued from the Department. It will, '
dant at his clubs. These societies were a good
beautifully printed, antI bound in they do not decompose so quickly as pine trash, "We haTe"said both of them. be one-of the most interesting trials on record
I Le-board with neatly printed cover. 50 excuse for him to be out late at night,and manya or straw of any kind from being covered with .
a good frolic he had had while his better half S "V cry wellmy friends-I condemn you, then, and throw, as Lieut.CoL Fremont says'in his.
: Ss sent to one address for 62 50 ; 100 cot earth. to have another child, so that ,you may each letter to the Union great light on the'history:
was wrapped in the arms of Morpheus,
These remarks with the
are offered hope have two. When have obtained of with which he identified.9
BS.$100 you that Califtrniaj is
ing fondly that her dear Nobbs was a speechifying that others be induced to give us the you .
t L tt Th nor fl'ill *e furnished to subscribers may result may return to me." ,
some important question in some important ..
iu advance.tosnts on of their experiments on this important subject The' matter I!;
then Contention.
; ti. Payment However his late habits and was adjourned for nine Chicago -The executive committee -. .4
wanted to canvass the whole country. society. an to planters generally. The potato is a very months. Two years afterwards the worthy, have,appointed John C. Spencer and Saml
recommendations required. Address the occasional smell of brandy at length opened hereyes valuable crop to us, and well worthy of our en- who in the meanwhile had learned
(G tod magistrate, B.RugglesofNew York J. ,B. Thomas of Illi
of the in
to the true state case a great mea- obtain the best mode
deavors for
Qor post paid at Louisville, Ga. preserva nothing of the husband or wife, met the for- ,nois James B. Hall, of Ohio and D..A.Noble,

Jefferson Co. Ga, August, 1847.QTo sure.One tion. mer. of Michigan a select committee to supervise the ; ?r

Florida papers who copy 4 times: and night Mr. Nobbs had been indulging in "Ah, well" said he, 'how about the separation whole subject of the reports.of the sub committee -.
the book will be his favorite whiskey toddy rather more than Placard Extraordinary.-An American official I
number of paper, a givenastern. S of the convention,and report at some future
and when he walked the street his walk- who has been residing among us of late had the .
usual "Still impossible, Monsieur. Instead of four meeting of the executive committee in Washing-.
&pt.17, 1647. 4tBi.lTerklr ing cane would obstinately slip between his misfortune to pass, in company with his, wife hildren we now have five. ton. ,

q legs, and away would go the walking cane in the the "ruination" shop of Everington on Ludnte-': 1

17.8.71. teani-Pncket Line while Mr. Nobbs would come flat on the hill. As a matter of course there was "mettleattractive" Women. Wehear I,
" gutter, Rights of ays an exchange, Expensive.-rib enormous sum of$&tI 683- .1

pavement However, "it is a long road that has exhibited in the window, and the of a petition in circulation, urging thai no:widow 40, was paid for cleaning the streets of N.totkJ.

r a BETWEEN .Q.f no turning," and Nobbs at length reached the lady persuaded her" husband to enter "just to shall be allowed to marry until all the sin- during the months of June, July and August. i1'i.

row of houses in which his domicile was situa look at something. We wonder moneyed men gle ladies are disposed of. It will scarcely bejbelievedj.(sayithe Jfhila--

FLA. ted. It was a long.row of houses exactly alike, do not conspire to put down Everiugton's.temp. 'Bulletin l 'it is nevertheless 5
f ATKA delphia } ut
& PAr. true
; with their staring red fronts and green blinds, tation. As a. matter of course the 1iuly fell desperately The Snsquehanha Register says, a Dentist that the expenses of New York city are infinitely .

BY THE "WAV OF and white steps as much alike as twin sisters. in love with one particular shawL In called the other day at a store in town not far
than the whole of the of the'State
JURIES., BIUIXSWiCK ST. MARYS, GEO.; the language of her countrymen "it licked all from the 'Head of and greater expenses :
':., thank the Lord, I have at last got home. Navigation, inquired for government Pennsylvania.
JACT&OSV1LLE BLACK CREEK AND creation there worn't nothin' airth
Let me what is number Twenty ; on could small flat file. A young spring of the Locofo- S
see my ,
KCOlATi FWRIDA. stand afore that shawl, it was so everlastingneat co party acting as clerkwho is a crack joker
twenty-two,twenty-three! Ah, d-n it, how The Groom a Lady.-Tjro persons.the mil*.
In connection with the Charleston Daily Mail and eternal The husband .
dark it is, I can't eee the number; never mind lovely. paid and loves ajoke too.well to choke. down even apparent,a dapper young tailor with.a splendid ,.,
Jsteam-packets Savannah the steamer SARAH for it, and the lady insisted upon wearing it to though it'be at the of the Locofoco J
-hie-I-hie-will find it-kic. Ah, here- expense par form agreeable manners, eta, the female a lady
SPALM.VG from Palatka to Lake Monroe the her hotel what she had '
leaving previously worn the smallest file he knew of
tyreplied andjlattut
hic-it is with this tree-hie-before it- not so young, but still possessed of charms."recently -
I'S..UiilStages, from Picolata to St. Augustine to follow. The couple proceeded down Lud- in the the Northern Democrat. *
hie. Mr. Nobbs crawls into the entry, and store, was zfile of entered into the holy bonds of mathmo-.
and from Black Creek via N Newnansville in silence the
,; with his night key in his hand he feels for the gate-hill lady inwardly rejoicingthe ny, at Marseilles,France;-when lo and be1i1d
Alligator Mineral Springs'and Columbus toOCAMCLGEE. Chivalrous Indeed! In Baltimore the
gentleman inwardly mourning. -
it turned out that neither
. hole. -D-n the hole, I-I-can't find it. Ah, belonged to the 'fiords;
't&ll&hnssee. however could not fail to notice that the shawl day a Dutch woman was who had barrel .
seen a of creation." A suit law has 4
here it is and the door Yow solilo at out of1
opens. grown
Capt. A CHo"SE. was an object of general notice, especially to all of flour strapped on her back, which her husband this affair.
and singular
he "I must slowly must not light
MATTHEWS, :- P. IcNELTY. quised go who overtook and passed them. "Such gar- had purchased, and which she was con-
candle for if I wake wife there will
These p.icketsleave Savannah every TUESDAY a yet, my ments are seen to advantage behind," thought veying to its destination, whilst her affectionatelord
be the devil to Up stairs groped Nobbs Ready to Kill or Quoe.-The Honcsdtle TH-
f aid SATURDAY MORNING at 10 o'clock and ar- pay. but the smiles and walked in front his o
; they, significant inquiring very quietly smoking bwze
slowly and steadying himself by the banistershe says that a practitioner of that place was
, rlTettPicolfttaintiine for the Mail Stages to looks of the than
go something
public more
his At last he it commanded to ''stand and deliver"
ascended to room. gained recent.1rsome.villains. by
rough to St. before night pipe.The
Augustine every appropriate admiration-they were quite
and commenced undresbing. He was ultimately per- Massachusetts It was night,but the doctor Aao.
Thursliy and Monday. At the broad and know Whig Convention have
! plexing. length grin
and for the bed rolls in.- a with which'he knocked ofth
feeling gun cane *
Bctaning; leave Palatka every TUESDAY and unrobed ing wink of a young city gent" induced the nominated Daniel Webster for President of the .
flour i Ha,how comfortable, now thought Nobbs, as he United States N.. for rogues down and then rode on about his busi- .i.i1t
MottMxc, at 7 o'clock,touching as above American to request his wife to advance a few ; George Briggs
ch feels his wife to see if she is asleep. The devil! Massachusetts and John Reed for Lt Gover. ness. In a short time after,he was called to attend -,
yay. in front ofhim that he might see there '
draws his head back-there paces a man with a fractured skull The dwtbr
They are both low pressure boats, in complete I Nobbs suddenly are was anything so very extraordinary in the new nor. The vote for President was unanimous.The .
refuses to the of his patient until
two in the bed besides himself! Now 1 give up name :
to,and handsomely furnished in every resP I persons purchase. Upon a large card, in the centre of .
he well. It that the
am in a sweet fix things Nobbs; my wife has late of Denmark is said gets seems rascals were not
; are commanded by gentlemen of well his wife's back, were written in very legible'letters King. to have ordered
friend to with her andI aware they were stopping.A .
facia experience on the route, and their patare gone and got some sleep these words and figures: "Afresh importation horse flesh to be served at his own table, ?&

iffls assured that every attention will be have played the very devil. Whut shall I do! very chaste and only two guineas.Etagp'aper. in the hope that his example might help to over. .S

}&to the safety and comfort of Nobbs did not know what to, do. At length bethought come the prejudice which is entertained against Gazellfs.SUiiitle.-In Malta,, lately. & fe.

4 to the careful handling of freight.passengers, he would feel and see if he could tell _ it as an article human food. male gazelle having suddenly died, from'sciine-, ; i

AGENTS: if it were not one of his s sisters; he places his Here is a chap in a most awful condition, thing it had eaten, the male stood,oxer the dad, .

rooks & Tapper Savannah. hand on the individual, and gently brought it and all Owing to a vixen of a girl saying shewouldn't &range.-It is stated as a remarkable fact, body.of its mate butting every onex&o atte p%

Darien. to the face. Nobbs started, for-oh Lord!-his : that the population of Western New York .excluding touch it,thenj suddenly.making a spring,_ ,

J-lDeLoraie uriedkader, Brunswick. hand had come in contact with a pair of large the cities,of Buffalo and Rochester,has struck his head against a wall :an4 t U dead a$ ,..
I know'tis sin too- '
whiskers! Proof of his wife's infidelity was a decreased in the last five,years, by emigration the'side of his companion. '1 ..5;
jiaBesseat, St.Marys.Z1dc.z But I'm bent on the notion- S
before him, and Nobbs was crazy! Nobbs wasa west. '0
t Bhsbec Jacksonville. I'll throw into .
myself '
.l brave man. so up he leaps as as a stag from his MteWht.4ti5 nnderstcod froo respectable -
Black Creek.Picolata. mountain lair when started ,by the hunters.- The deep briny ocean, A lunatic once informed.:his physician, who authority,that Mr..Wright left property val

Cooley Where. mud-eels and cat-fish cases of insanity that he lost ued"at about 10,000 dollars availed
lH&1rkins His first impulse was to bury his clasp knife in was classifying .i4be E
Palatka. the outrager of his honor, but drunk as he was On my body shall riot, his senses by watching a politician,whose course himself of many'of the. 'means of'accumulating .

iUJttefcCo.By Charleston. he desisted and moving about he grasped the And flounders and flat-fish was so crooked that it turned his brain. money:which were frequently'thrown.::int6'away :
-Goods consigned to the for- for diet
Agents Select me ; ,he might have become wealthy. .But he
'ffel poker rushing to the bed again he struck the
** free of commission. Freight from Sa- sleeper screaming violently, "You dvillain, There soundly I'll slumber Offer of the Pope.-The New York Tribune preferred devote his faculties to the. ..IIi'

& and Charleston, and all way freight who thus into house Beneath the rough billow, says that a number of our countrymen tendered service of his country..- '
Iable by shippers. who. are. you creeps my And crabs without number Qataria.I 4 S.
their services to the Pope to raise companiesin .
steal honor The .
.6ept.eu1ber' when I am gone to away my ..
17, 1847. tf Shall crawl over.iny pillow; defence territories lately if not now "
Naines.-'We 1
awakened up learn from the JeV
so unceremoniously leaps Hard
I3r The St. Matthews is in Charleston sleeper shall wander coral York
re- But spirit gay threatened the Austria. His Holiness
my by troops .
and grapples with Nobbs. "Theves! Robbers! Mirror that the following 'name?o u :
g. iuew boiler will be in her and "* -
put bowers, declining under.present circumstances ,
and rolled over on the floor. the Rochester City Directory "mb2eriihocis
pains Fire! Theyfell
pared to make her as formerly, the fabite awakened And risk with the mermaids_ .shall by.the to grant commissions for,the purpoSe left room C. ,
b The wife in the mean time by Jhe Ymnatgsschlceffenhocfifer,Bauaxo&q Cxasrki -
She will her : : "
trips onetort powers for the belief that hereafter more urgency
t\e each other and the KoplocksteinskX ,
the given ,
t the 1st of October. scuffle, should him he'would notrefuse the i. -
and commenced press upon ,
oath flew to the window '
8- i& WAllf>. screaming, violently "Murder! Fire! Help!" and A Sailor's'Letterf-A.'good one is.to1d by aft sympathy and assistance so.early and eagerly ,Morality in Busvtus.-Mr. Combo ssyr-1n 4'.

L 057, between the head of Cedar Creek and everything else.' This aroused the servants, English paper, ofanold'1aiJy"who' had receiveda tendered him.iFrance.On the course of my experience during thirty years. 1' 4' .
Buck from her sailor on board a merchantman -
l Pond, on the New Road between who came flocking up with lights, armed with I son the Evening of 27th ult a in the profession 6/law, in :connection chiefly
which thus .
Tille and Alligator, a pocket book connotes pokers shovels axes and everything they couldlaytheirhandson. I ran ; ": with the middle class I had abundant i'Jt
tt Zflzng l S "We have been driven into the Bay of Fundyby small ,box, a species of infernal*machine, was society, -,
bank and two notes of In and what a
they came that
tzad of in the teeth. 'Itblowed thrown on the pavement of the Boulevard ,Italien'anil proofs those, prospered were active -
$100 each drawn in favor of the Sub- presented itself to their astonished gaze. a pampoosa right < and moral and those
scene small of intelligent, ; who failed ,
lrlber 1 carried the having exploded, some pieces ;. -
,and dated with one'anoth great guns and we away bow-sprit; "
in last. I will :
February On the ground struggling the binnacle and with seditious inscriptions were scatteredabout. were deficient these qualities,or m onei on }
tea reward< of$25 to anyone who will restore were the two men while over them was the .lady a heavy sea washed paper the effect of urging incendiarism otherofthem.S j* S

game tome, or into the hands of Mr. S.A1flg&t with her clothes disheveled and'hair in disorder. companion; the' captain lost his'quadrant' and Theywereto of land,and

J Jacksonville, or Mr. G. S. Herbert The two combatants were then torn I could not' 'take an observation for fifteen days. ,; until a partition property S
arrived safe at Halifax. was effected. The beauUfitt'speeim-P\ !
GEORGE D. MILLER. asunder. at last we S ; following 44"
: 1 The old woman who could not read herself perspicuity is from"Haddock's Chancery'Prao-r
fll1e August 27 1847. 2t "Who are sir who,enters, my house '
you, ,
this manner, to rob me and try to_murder me?" got'aneighbpr to repeat it,to h three or four Recently Louis Philippe met a deputation of ti English editionvoL; l.;.p 125r ..Wheaperso '.'

WOT!CK. "Who villain whom I have caught in tim s. until she thought she had got it by-, heart. 5; railroad company,at-the chateauotBizy, neat "is honn t&.do a thing,an/1 hcdesamiy'enbe ,
SIX WEEKS after date, the undersigned are you, ?" 's she then sallied but:to tell the st ry.. Rouen/:>'The parties had" social?chat during him la thing' ,
u bed with wife '
apply to the Honorable the Judge of my ", my poor son!" which'the King, laying his handbn,; hls heart, 'W-t do if.with the'1newCofdomg'rha ht
"Your devil!
j for the* County Duval, for Letters : the matter,'mother hope no declared('that he"nverr ed tIepapers."Wobavehe is'bound f otto," p -.," -

ration on the Yes my flJi/e "Whl/1fhlLt'1 of the Home Journal for this .. ,
estate of Andres Lops Nob6s at the lady and then around : -5 5 .$l authority ," -
J. A. BARBEE. looked U0 thank God he's safebuthe.has been fact.",In this countrywhen a man makes,such.a .' '
b0r1Oth,1847. 6w the room. His countenance showed axnazethent."Iwonderifthis driven:into tJibiy! Firmament' by a bamboo :declarati 'the presumption ia.that Jhe is'behind ., Judge Qarnier of Pensacola; committed suiddo
'-- is not 'a'Jream" soliloquiz? that place.a few ,days; since;. .The:act wa*
g and tho fact tjri11 ncf ; ;
blowed the $
NOTICE. zle'rightin the teetb-it;, great :guns, presume iz
cpmmitted.witiv he utmost
ed. 4eliberation consequence
six WEEKS after carried the pulpit *heavy;sea illustration :in the"great'monarch's'waking \ ,,
date the undersigned "I know the man -sir/" exclaimed 9ne'oi' and tey a"a.r; ; ofpovcrty.Judgeft ijJter'di ectingL S
TUl apply tp the Honorable the Judge of forward., S waah overboard. the PinnaCle'otthe:tabernacleithe -- up'one ot'thesebright mornings .andifindjng .2 otes to'all whom'te owed'J tied some/.
servants, coming persons ,
Wfte 'his conjuration indjcould himself.without athrone, -- *.'" ti
. County of Duval. for Letters of S ."
; fastened
' & } "Who is it, sir! 1'salTati "" J.1"- "** JS''S'S._ bricks in a towel which:he to bboJ
tt last '
'eeeae&lon On the estate of Sebastian;Espi- '!Why it is Mr.tfobbs of next door!' '' not get ri for" fifteen'' 'days, --dt : ; .5 S' t : "teUs''toY i "ot' .'; -' < ,and. threW'. ]umselflnto. ., the water._ {> -. ,,
JBARBEE: arrived safe athallelujuhl > > : The Pennsylvania dasTJng'lady -- 0. '
. did for. He S __
ber Poor Nobbs of next was ; : : ,.
wonder bne'shoe '- : 'tof
1817. Lord bless I what they-warn't who shoes by taking 2
10th us
6w ; got S. S
saw through it in a moment. ,-, ., y< ? .
I ,
I this'Mr.NobbsF? ; askedhe ; beat to atomsj". ". S 1'7i ,; &fol' from' bhoM.the pretenC .having her .. An interesting scene is s 4v( .

.t:lLii** NOTVE. Can you explains11 .' f ''* C '' 'i'A ''sick/ sister try.if on, .and. then.. getting tanpther.fromanother :to have taken place yesterday iaih.eCrimina};

f l1 .f.7 *?$* having claims against the es- of the whiskers. .f S 'nearly arfivei HibernianVas'asked at'dinner i '- 'shop' under' ;;the same pretext-,- :Court';$OQ&, .A.sladjr ,.wthe., :wa.i',suddealtitte'&iffitii /'
*of crestfallen
John M.Stafford,late of Sew Or- 'Well, said Nobbs, completely : he>ould'take'some :Jof.the applepie This''we should tall'a feat (oif. 'twofeejtjaf} i 'tiiemjand' : \ t f'Iju *
whether }
drunk ,. "
et .
JdeCeased here I
Tm in d-n .
I will them -to the a preity.fix; go 'F- /. < "
present : L:' d' }! "* f'tlmaat .}osg,lost ftther:" 1&, ran" .
ithoulsbiiiel'7''inqairedPaddy.f "Jo4 ente. o'If. .
WIthin and crawl into a'.'gentle .; Is ; 1D1p :. i '
in kte ,
the at
time prescribed bylaw, come hoar : '. I r. andI tlii'iC ; w } 4(1(
jfl it is"was the reply. What makesyqur .. ,. 100Ificati ..
: 1 in sure .
i oebarred man's house my-own 'when get > -
; and. thgRindobtedt9 thinking ; sh rftb c- a&d1kewornsncut'offtUtigu ; + ; .,that.ah h Ao.fonYtf
, 4lt&tewj u.aucu L:Li.vw a qu a .4rTO, j5ecmse.. said the new, &i4Jar-A I o- '' .' .' e "..
make payment to I attack gentleman inbedand cutupa4ejil "I oncet ti ai i-'tindeiVuatiTraskilled ."V'I.. eo'''t 6'" btOwhcui t a trifling mistake;',The awitleroan aenml hsr

SUSAN STAl'FORDaAdm'x. ; pf a fuss' S. .Nowiwhat's; .to,b don!! 7 with corner thoI41efa&ure; I'tJi: ughtitS !e"& iMw eE<.,Theteaacaiahe asc that..)he. could not claloC t1 *tIie.. ''c
T. -,B ,',JOSUUiST4'FORb Sept ID; 1847, ,6m Adm'r. 'itTasalmistakeP'All will be right.answered** the slfieperl-r.> night: be wiaethbg of that cort" S i'. ',f'.60".'_,doing'. ...,':is'. tp-.*etop*!'T.--' listening. -"n cs.-. :'.o. ;,.r'.f. ;lPill.1'tA1dt,'t. '.. '"

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: .'-.H ti' 'N .E"'W""D :- 'Pnstb: t'. 'The rum r-of tBeHeattfofMr. ( i! ir next -" ,,., [couu, _. .
I POLK whichwe wjaitely,in the";Charleston :- ded,,that be is the.choice of thf eople. ,: Congress,'wheea&tlpfreeStates_ t ,will have one T tqllr8"oN: ; I'y tID..l

::1-' 4 ": ;,:J: q b. vILLEOCTOBEIt15; : /1847. -papers..turns out tc" ,;be erroneous* ,. i'Mr.' We reglret,that1rjRi compelled to oim tKat inhdrcsd= an4fortir.Ilwin%**"?$ '* jj"v""*' require twenty six !!. t ot:th.'NAr '" :
af j-J/ i
,-=- ... J POLK had, ,been attacked''severelywith-y. .bilious an element has beei.t\r6wri, into the approach; northern,votes to defeat thp Pr mo. Shan) weobtajtt ) 1t; ,' ::JfI I
1 '"'f I > *c< !iv f > l : .:,
t fever, but he ias now sufficiently ' ing.canvas; *.whictt should rV- never have maaejts jheseJrom" the 54 Democrats? of Jefferson,the ,
*- *! *--* *t : \
busiiiess.SARAff aai"'Which excite the The hopes of the South : '
Jj ''i, Si attend'.to appearance wll only great Yl1edftsel ":-
ffl jealousies of different sections of the Union.- ly upon the course which shall the first ,
f f3til ;. SPALDING." thirty j of
We !
k arerrequcsted' to t tl
But at. the same time we.are.happy to say that the Democratic: party in Party? But fi.the
state that the Steamer Sarah, Spalding will resume : Jut
from present the Democrats .of the us. Shall that party1. which '
: i $ ----- her trips between Jacksonville and Lake appearances assumedinany" .h fIt
Hi't THE ELECTi-. I the of the p
North, :will disown all connection with the Wil rights separate ( ,undergone '

I.;,.ti.I L' The returns ofthe late election exhibit' such Monroe, on Monday next, the 18th inst. motprovisoand, will nominate a'c ndidILt8'who the General Government the : the name many of,metanw'"Wl iT 1: *

e'vt ,a complete shuffling of cards, that anythinglike THE W1.GAsToNThis beautiful st.eamermnde :will hft true-- to .the, South and to" the*great- upon- Constitution- ,. to' dictate th e closeof)thewarwUhGmtB v

precalculation has been an utter superflu Union. With such an should;;gladly tants territory:' .
one we of
.Uv.; its-first trip for the season,upon Florida, name "Federalist' had bee ;

ity. The strongest'Whig counties have elected waters, on Wednesday last, and delighted ,its march into,action, but otherwise,-we 'can'never. shall recognize slavery 'or not, airitch," the Protean j>artyV*( .

Democrats, and counties which never ,elected; a' wreck our principles a man nor'sacrifice' ..from.all'enjoyment fof-such .
tL old friends by its improved appearance. 'It has ,upon ,. to-ahange it& name., In tAtr.
Whig before have committed the unpardonable the interest of the to the exaltation: of an whose blood and treasure may' assumed
; ] ,
{ ; keen completely fitted throughout with a new many name of;the &N
gin. We annex all that we have received: individual. 'Not that we love union the ,quire it, and whom inevitable > party. It A
boiler and new.carpentry work, and has been party wore this cloak*jn
Ii > r< ST.JOHN'S COUNTY. Mr. W'M..A. FOEWARBIS pels to have an outletfor their i Ie.
less but that we love the Constitution the more. thread-hare.
ti .. thoroughly repainted Its boiler was made by It foarittt
: 11 44t.kf elected Representative by a considerable majority Such are the prospects of Florida domestic "We. trust and believe not. We thenew ?
I Mr. A. N. MOLES! of Savannah, and,is said to title and was ifcE
in every precinct over Mr. CRAS..LoRlNG.- and foreign for the coming 'For this we fldence in the uprightness of at last Ja
be the first low pressure boiler which has! ever year. havingrendered the! woW

Both candidates are Democrats. been made in that city, while its cost was no shall brace up our energies and: pr pare for the the Northern'Whigs we can as odious as *MriKf ..

.' ). NASSAU COUNTY. We have not received hope. They hate the South for
yet A crisis of
greater than that of a boiler built at the North. coming storm. in. tie history our of name' was decided ':

; I I. complete returns from this county, but there The Gaston remains under the command of country is imminent,'and the rapid diffusion'of of high Protection, and will 'the name to be77 wa t opoa :

r appears a prospect of the election of the Democratic be the tions at every opportunity; We '
intelligence., only means of averting
Capt. MENDELL, one of the most energetic and ". : the honester and more
.. ticket. As in Columbia county, our own a catastrophe. 'The public journals of our land anticipating too much, when 5trafgh.f
' obliging of men. It leaves: Savannah: every i were in favor of reaumjn
1' 4 4 friends have done all could against orthern Democrats will aid us :tj.eld
they us. .
theorgans of and sentiment.It .
are itsjhought
4... ._ u .,_ Tuesday moraine; at 10 o'clock, and is intended. appellation of"Fe
; MARIO sup is for the public journals to it truly power.
I we understand, to run to Palatka, and the intermediate portray off all. disguise, and to
d' la Argus" office we learn that SCOTT ) has I .Wlwafc
and'fearlessly Such shall be constant effort
: places, carrying passengers and MASSACHUSETTS AND ,the old bannerof. the Hart S;
defeated HICKMAN the Democratic'candidate
freight. We welcome the Gaston as one of the and upon this we shall build our hopes of The timesare becoming with the motto: "lt is tmhtCntUcg--"
., for Representative by a majority of fourteen. ,
*< success. We shall not entreat an increase of
" ,, sttt.. two best boats upon the,river. shows more clearly that the people to rejoice at the tiit
4fl1 Mr. HOWSE and Mr. HAU.IDAY have been reelected patronage conscious that if it is deserved we
MS North are conscious having r enemies But this minor and
,. respectively to the offices of Sheriff and CAPT. CLARKE'S COMPANY.-We understand shall obtain it.. Yet we may be permitted to ftviL

L4 Clerk. We understand that the contest has been that a Government vessel is shortly expected at add, that. a little exertion on the part of those in uniting themselves with the I of the party was overruled,tidtU
: In the Massachusetts I to make a.bold move
; very warm and spirited. At the Ocala precinctthe I Charleston, S.JC., to convey to Mexico the who approve of our course, may conduce to our \-one"tiat
t t the whole
vention recently held at startled. party! They;
vote stood 73 for SCOTT, 36 for HICKMAN ;- troops now quartered at Fort Moultrie and the great advantage.And 'et
I I .ing resolution was offered: j however, and they believed ultheoLl
at Flemington,32 for SCOTT, 37 for; HICKJUN. various posts in its vicinity. It will be recollected so in setting onward for another years

c' These are the largest precincts in the county. I that Capt. CLARKE with his company of journey, we wish to our readers consistent Resolved, That the demand' "desperate" diseases require'd.
i vK > democracy : If it was not for the
; y h 'k COLUMBIA COUNTY. We learn that Col. PE- .I regulars enlisted in Florida, has been delayed "Muche offsprynge on ye knee; tic party firm and unwavering honored mme, the pn&jj.
: I.: ;. LOTS the democratic candidate for Senator, has i there for some time from want of the requisite Muche.fruytes on ye tree. any further extension slavery j "Wh" the assumption of tie

: lam been defeated by Mr. SANDERSON (Whig) by a I number of men. We believe that the company Fayre'welle, tille other dale, ry hereafter acquired by by "Federalitf'won d.I e
As it
I..4 I .' ., majority of twenty one. Messrs.! J. L. KING I has been filled up in Philadelphia, and will now Then I synge other laie." It was laid on the table, Mr. was, it disturbed tie
4 I of the whole nation
, !
t ,_ p (Dem.,) and SMITH (Whig,) are elected Re- i immediately leave Charleston for the seat of 1 king, "that it would be time the Democrats
out Feds
; the subject when additional right ,- laughed u &j
presentatives. The N.T. TRIBUNE of the best
war. one of our exchanges -
"u8 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. We' have I Ii Ii i been acquired." The joke was thought a capital one bv
received -
I.i only i lately commenced a new year. Not-
the returns of the precinct sf Fort OUR NEW VOLUME. withstanding its Fourierism and Grahamismand Whether the Democrats were it uno
was goP The
1)4-t1 r : Brooke. At that place, for the office of Repre- As the shrine on the road-side, affords to the Fuller ism, and Abolitionism and a few by motives of policy or not, : blushed very bile

'4i r sentative, Mr. TURN BULL received 17 votes, and I pious and wearied traveller an opportunity for more isms, the Tribune as a Whig journal, is the pear from the following which newspapers",Whi" was printed red7 at when the thdo.head

.4S; Mr. HANCOCK 16. We are informed that this i bodily and spiritual refreshment, whereby he most reliable organ of its party in the country.Mr. series of resolutions: The Democratic of
4j:1.: i may be a fair representation of what the coun- I can continue with renewed energy upon his ad- GREELY is whimsical in some of his progressive Resolved, That the corner in derision. But in papers the caHtd

E4 ty will do. It was rumored that Jlr. H. S. venturous career, the sacred relics of other days ideas, but 'he",is a true philanthropist at lican institutions is the un : end.b1
I equality of all men-that the swearing they mere Kwhigs'r-4T
CLARK would run as a candidate aid in that having awakened in his mind recollections ofthe heart moreover he exhibits
a sturdy indepen- non, and all the political -whig" here and "whig7 there

: case the election of Mr. HANCOCK Was more than past and hope for the future, so does the dence of character, which brooks not friend or secured to our coumry, were the hig'; and talking "whig- aiJa;bjfr"

probable. ButTe have since learned from another annual :recurrence of a new volume seem to foe when he feels himself the right. His reputation sults of the adoption of that "wbigf a good of tie r

1 that Mr. TUENBULL is elected. It mark an episode in the life of an editor, wherein our fathers und that we out many JOMJ
$!41&a source I as the best champion for Protection is 01fail to declare our undying ones actually begin to thin\\ ty

p.3, is needless to say that both TURNBUU.and HANCOCK I he is naturally impelled to ask himself what well known, and his tables of election returns this chief tenet in the creed of !) ""higs," while the told" ,ietj

'a are Democrats. he has done,what he is doing, and what still remains have long been implicitly relied upon by both It is gratifying to learn that and say: tTo be sure we ire flip!

?jv : BENTON COUNTY,-We learn that Mr. L. T. to be done. Whigs and Democrats. Success, therefore, to HALLETT who killed the Wiluiot descended from the whigs of.76,wi !

JENKINS (Dem.) has been elected Representative With the present number we enter upon the! the Tribune with whom have '
'- ; : we not two sentiments lution, together with Mr. CUAPIN! deny it It reminds one of ttetrita 1
14 tenth of the existence of "TIlE NEVSJ'Rarely :
in this county. year in common! We trust those who do delegates to the National that when a fellow tells a lie r.iidsvera I

LEON COUNTY.-In this county the Democrats .. if- ever, ,-does- a public journal in a young think with it, will award the bountiful snpr more. a long time, he begins atLut tob line !

have gained one Representative. The Demo- and thinly settled country, attain to such an L port it merits. In the Connecticut- Democratic : :

1,' : J crats of Leon have done nobly. They have beaten age, for the hardships and privations which are I tion held at Hartford on the 22d .at first thought it wilI.a good ,

r down the last years Whig majority of 53. inseparable from an editors life under such circumstances THE SOUTH AND THE NEXT CONGRESS.It tion of "no more Territory ;> joined in the fun of calliiig-the.M

Messrs. HAGNER, W.l'1. MAXWELL and BANNER- usually result in breaking down is gratifying to observed the change of.tone posed, in the following re "whigs" and in this way b"-e rI1-

::1 : MAS (Whig), and Mr.A. MAXWELL (Dem.) are the most determined'energy and perseverance. of the Democratic papers at the North, upon the Resolved, That the doctrine of -. profans joke, they areanswew-

ri.1 q pb the successful candidates. During the existence of "THE NEWS" it has subject of the Wilmot Proviso. Whether they ritoryf now put forth by the having contributed their the

FRANKLIN: COUNTY.-The Democracy: of this shared the usual lot of such journals, and has are guided by motives of expediency and policyor prev.nt a quarrel iu their 'own into disrepute an honorable name' .-i

y. J.vV county has also come out triumphant. CoL R. changed its.politics once and its owners several not, the fact is still the same, that they have government the best interests of any of new our Territory ought never to have been applied to :
i i q J. FLOVD (Dem.) has been reflected to the Sen- times, but some two years since,it came intd our abandoned the intention of availing themselves prive us. of great Commercial und : list either in jest or earnest

\t : ate by a majority of 21 over: all opposition, and hands,fortunately for us, after the crisis of its Abolitionism as an element in the next Presidential 'v. ntages. in certain circles that the ma

< 4 44d 32 over DAVIS, the next highest n1ida.te. P. trials had passed, and we resolved that, no want canvass. The most prominent Northern Resolved inevitable, That we look and to the name of whig, is shortly to be dropped,,
ritory will
. HOBART (Dem.) is elected to the House in place j of energy and perseverance on our part should Statesmen in the Democratic ranks t, have Lion as as the means of, increasing new Appellation adopted 1; h

' ( **' I'L(4 -of FARRIOR (Whig) by a majority of 15. The cause it to retrograde from its onward career. declared themselves unequivocally in opposition and adding to the solid greatness ..t"it has not answered the ptlrposa t

, : 1 latter is a Democratic gain. And now from the two years of our editorial ca- to the Proviso, and there is no doubt but ican Republic which is to bo some are in favor of dropping

; MADISON COUNTY.P. MOSELY (Whig,) has reer, we can say that we have derived some pecuniary that the Democratic candidate for the next Presidency I .fi. among the nations, the .; the next Residential election, wi2(.
t the
.. I,4 I i,, been elected to the Senate, and Messrs.! OVER- advantage and some experience. These will be selected from one of those who and strength: oi"l\.cpu : ( rid it is supposed the more influeiitB

F. f: and HENDERSONboth Whigsto t.heHou8eThis cannot but us for the future. have exhibited -
jip-p STREET encourage a determination defend the The Convention seems to have ) are disposed to give it afforlu' w

I1 ti'I' is a Whig gain ofa Senator and a. Repre- The coming year will be a momentous one I South against the. Abolition crusade, and to train ed from.makiug any is."done vf this time, they will ape

;$ } I1b':4U sentative.WAKULLA. both to our own State and the whole Confederation. stand firmly by the Constitution. However
in !
regard to the Wilmot re-cJristenuig
t I4 .! CouNTy.-Dr. CRAWFORD (Whig,) The science of Agriculture in Florida, much Northern Democracy have sinned it
may what nam
ilL ,. character of the delegates. a never been incoted by neat
ItIr.:1: is elected Representative, which is a Whig gain. has hitherto been in its infancy. Our settlers now sees the error or- its ways, and- is resolved tional. convention to be- held-at- baby is to be calledl Bat that point

_4 Last year a democrat was elected by a majorityof have all of them1 immigrated from more northern to cast out from its bosom the firebrand which 23d positively decided upon. The pre.
of May next of whom there
one. latitudes, and have brought with them the burns equally friend or foe. I opinion however appears to be,that out
: ticipate; vote for a Northern and "respect" for a ':Sister Jit&
ltr4 QADSDEN COUNTY.-In this county the Democrats ideas and productions of a colder climate. Still The Whig party on the contrary exhibits vor protecting, Southern! the party will next assume the enphc

I Lttfl: ; : '; gained one member. Last year the delegation -: further, Providence seems to have smitten hith- symptoms of appropriating to itself exclusivelyall -Mezicanf'!

stood 3 Whigs to 1 Democrat. It is now erto, every effort which energy and industry benefit which may be expected to be derived is a deep policy at the bottom of their

t.1IU. divided. Messrs. JOHNSTON and BRADWELL : made to better their condition. The beautiful from this element of fanaticism. The Whig [COMMUNICATED.] this "foreign'7 appellation Tb(7;
Mr. Nerts.-As the Legislature that their well known and bitter
(Whig,) ALLISON and SHIELDS (D m.) are clec- groves of St. Augustine and the St.Johns, have, press is united against the South. The Whig to to adopted citizens has been one great

ted. The vote polled here is higher than that vanished before the ravages of a mysterious in orators of the North are loud in their denuncia- shortly me t, and as the rules : of their down-fall. Since the days of

of any other county in the state, being an aggregate sect. Our cotton fields have either been consumed : tions against the extension of slavery. In several er of the two branches of this the Federalists have leUheiraces!

of 603, which is 30 more than that of by the worm, or destroyed by inunda- of the recent elections the Whigs adoptedthe governed seem to be palpably : "fot ig7Urs" ," because they diacorere.would '.
efficient I I how other *
hop may be allowed reigl1ers some or ,
tion. Yet still such is the charm of climate i
Leon. I our
Wilmot Proviso test <
as.a question. Those few amendments.: vote right! They novld go agaiw
Trusting that
JEFFERSON COUNTY.-No opposition was offer- and the natural fertility of its soil, that disasters Northern States which have sent Whig delegatesto with due consideration i at elections; and stupid and Jg-.

ed to Judge J. M. SMITH, the democratic candidate which would have depopulated another region Congress are known to be thoroughly'tinc : from our -the Federalists say they aret1
the &e
following instinctive for d electing
for the Senate; and, of course, he i is elected. have only inspired tho inhabitants of ours tured with Abolitionism. It may be taken, as RULES > their disguises.faculty If they adopt \liS

Three democratic members are returned for the with increased energy, and taught them many settled, that the NorthernWhigs, in the next 1st ,Ninety-nine : it will answer:no better purpose tbn
thti House. profitable lessons of experience. They have Congress will unite 'as a body: against the ones-the, only thing: reeffl -

( S learned one,lesson, which must be .learned by South. The members shall constitute a is that it will be more appropriate ,
The SAVANNAH REPUBLICAN makes a slight immigrants to a different latitude-and that pseudo-philanthropy and falsephilosophy transaction of .btisi eSs. If a first plan to en1gMen the."igno-

mistake in 'with"whi they are so deeply imbued the members '''and to bring them to a proper tts
its notice of the recent election in is to apply their labor to such present, shall adj '
productions as leads them to cling to a crotchet long after : to heap abuse upon them Je
this was'.not fair
Col. elected first day.
; county. LANCASTER .
are peculiarly suited to the climate. The experience it has been discarded by the Democrats.It presses and Federal orators, wisely! _

and, however much he may rejoice in the name .: of.the last few years, has had its.effect : was the unanimous 2nd. Noi. more than a dozen g they had ,not the power to keep tiell

of Whig'the*Democrats -have nothing-whatever, the: plAIiters of East and ,South Northern Whig vote which be allowed to address the .house ,country altogether,.they; wou1d-
upon ,
I caused the Proviso to the House this and it. !a r
of give .a
Representatives process
do with Mr. -
jLo COLLINS. ,Instead of abandoning the vast pine forests upI I time., But this shall not apply in : the"JF1iI
1ingly they'picked
twice., It was a few Northern Democrats up
on the St.Johns to nature,they are now turning tions. Dictionary1 of elegant epithets,and&
who in
defeated it the Senate.It .
t MS GEORGIA ELECTION.: -The election in this them to great profit in the manufacture of I 3rd. In little cases of volume they, daubed: and pd]

41 State. has resulted in a decided victory for the lumber and naval stores. Instead of is therefore highly essential for the'people :I or more,members, wherein such ( and ignorant foreigners'!, The,

Y6 JXJSi Democracy. Mr. TOWNS has obtained a major- their subsistence for a the risking ofthe. South, ,now that the elements. ."of the has.been ,given in the!course.of '" -'pauftrs? "jaU-birds C1l'Miltf; :.
year upon precarious II and by other qwilly,
next many
,Congress are defined to examine
ity of about: 1SOO over Gen. CLINCH. In the tenure of a Sea Island Cotton crop,they are entering ,them as require instant arrangement,it limt'ntary appellations! bISe1P

, I .4 legislature; the Whigs have a majority of threeor largely upon>> the cultivation of the Sugar, to the relation which they may be expected to : ty oi'the Speaker to see JI; "- a'fair trial From Maine to, Tei

: four. I Cane.. Sugar'mi all bear towards slavery. We know what :we :received i.vent"the gouging, on,>either side 'press,teemed with:&bus of the kd-
are now erecting over the *.,
at ,the hands'oftHe'NorthernWliigsjnthe : the "d-d Irish, ,.
,one or the ,chawiug-off
t1. the Peninsula, and the coming year i1pn1rk i eye, &c. At conventio:
MARYLAND last ) whig meetings,
ELECTION.Mr. THOMAS the Democratic Congress. How will they affect us in ,
'arm. A shall be'formed
an era in its history, from its expo"rts'of sugar, the ring by societies,and grogeries, it waS Pef1
candidate for Governor received in :Baltimore next.?
jirv and also of lumber and turpentine. .n ,, ot"t what should be done with these, B'SU.
I a majority of 1565> being an in rease of Including a Wisconsin; there, will be- thirty. 4th. 'No'member,shall be' ; 1CTong-2Jot n 'foreign

344 over the vote of 1845. The whole Democratic During the next year also the nation,will' be States represented ,in the next Congress., Sixteen f duce' more than twenty-seven : position in the social and.political-!

I convulsed with.the shock.of a Presidential cam- these be permitted to occupy and! ::
ticket for the House, Delegates is elected. .i' -- '". of are non slaveholding maya b. minors to practice at true' was not, between.the
t McLANE and LIGON(Derns.nre), both elected to paign. al1those,)who, in.a;land w)1erepolit- considered'sooner: r.ateri.approving:of, ,the .:5th. There-shall not be ? 'the Indian .,
... ,,, ?
1 Congress ;-no other district yet heard from. ical equhlity> is the' governing principle' ,feel Wilmot-i Proviso., :f'' Ofttiesa- -.. sixteen- ',, the- Legis-. :: I hundred' andVseventy-five\:: -- ., t time, who tells CTery thing, 'W '
some regard for the success' of those principles latures .1 > sad feilttr-'
.of ten,have)already"passed.resolutionstoth J geoeSutheriCircuit experiment. was a.
,NEW YORK.-In the Democratic Conventionat this, must* ever be a period "of interest; As'for effect. Fifteenfree'::States in the: rlast' fairly tried., _The.foreigners had=
1 u' allowed
---k V" *" *" d shall be vote for the' .bedaubed to the uttermost, wt t. ...
Syracuse, the "Old Hunker77 sectibof the our.journal-! ire; only aim at the .,triumphjofDemocratic Congress were rrepre te4.r by)8dDem&iatau'Mwhigs 'more:than tJ ce. eficlaleffect.- ,They had.:not been-,

: have succeeded in ,, prin iples.' Wo shall over contend: '' .1-
jj party; nominating all their .h;TYimoPassdthe, '6th. No Protest or'1\Iinoriti. by it! They sift voted Jsrongl
'T-j 'J' *' *-'?:- I'-' "- '' -it v-J *-.-'** ,' "' ;, "
candidates .their "the Barnbr- against monopoly: in whatever form ft piiYpre. Northern', i ';) was nexttobeUon.Cj? WeiftvejMl.r
OJer opponents,, >WhigVyojihgj( (in. C ttjjwxly,7'for;:*, the :more;than ten;times the:'length *
manwho found bad ia ,
u n." The latter are generally in favor of sent, itself-4-; and' ,-the'' doctrines' -u 'of.Prote',.:,".,J'tion_ .",.,'f aNational amendment,''and(the Northern :Qem 1at 'did- najorjtjr report. :Documents stealing.. apples. At a first.boy he iaTLt*J M:J
: the Wilmot proviso,and the former,' opposed to Bank, pfa,di.str bu, oI(,of,the,proceeds? ding-onf' ''the. question; ; '";':,:!' Litke "", &./ ", 'foolscap" -are hereby strictly" r to comedon.This iuvitatioa P#be-
r ; \ : ,
: of the public lands and an annihilatioofth e Ji "him with tufts of jF
next Congress,sixteen free States', Will be pelted

it'i Veto, power:'are such as, can never, 1e.C:2: be representedfl84, Whigs&butMDemo- r. 4. .. : ] g the.nrchin. ohljT-laughed at JUB
*" -***-" fc *' .. ,_ the w (
t .
; ',< ,-t. .' .' l to made
f/ff f vcrat& stones antl'soon ,,
Connect -y f ars .
.BuFFEAce The ,
;; people ( patible.'withthei l
the '
'i many'andwhich
.;. Jntej-est' {: : {Jf the>same ,course! ( is pursued,by bothpartieaTinthenexi ." Ger. J'ar -The.'Netr' ; e' *' "*/ ;;

SI cut have rejected :the proposition .to J allow negroes no Democrat n'consider; thing, but. .Congress,_what:security has of,the,6th:inst.'says---Gen!: r. ; -finding that neither- wft$

I I' to "otethe same as;whites; Ian'over- :ruinous! to our'institutiqps.i ; \I'"Our.Coui'-. ..; the South that*its rights l .wilUbe; respectecL-. _to the last, accounts;.'received,;" : of grasa"would'subd e those oM

wbelinng ,ote. '1t ito.Jids,ih -1 it; '" iro.' 'ii;?nr' : :: : -'iif' enrol 'iV: vfiJ-H'--r/ji ';'\ 'C: *>' ; -# ViV"K at.the:head ofGOOQ.; e on the ,";, 'tlih ''niafl'S' method,'' t
.. 'mpttoXanoVtnththis pnrself : : ;
., ; j ja ? $ ,the
& WSi&tfewj
f' t Q. / -" : ; ''' d-' :was J endeavoring to drum ; t .to soii .
B .?.on,.,28-lust.. it7;\, 8S.. L.: ';,1'''' '1-...:.'r .OTf OUJ:IPewwa&vt J !! r.p ,,J!n4ifferent! cr% (1o.tJ!&VTO'; bo ,. : : Jais1 up.. ,, ; try tblg-kaTitex;
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old Federal stock) a manife-- '.iSsu d by""Gen.Santa'Anna,-6nthe The evemze.-.The-. ,secretnryofthn : tg4coflL -ffS_ t .I1L.rt1Lnd \;. ;-. ,- --" '- T '- r rn. ,
scion of the r. "-IJ",3 : O
1 (,worthy to work as many of them said,> 6th, in the ity'?f Guadalupe l Hidalgo... la I a letter,published in. 'Uni01\'s) 1t. Hifter>this,;date;'the arrivalsindrtures .BY,,:' me.y:of-'to PI.r8.Sale.t of out .

5d it They, argued. in this fashion:. it he renounces the Presidency bf the Republic, revenue 6f the.n w,t rig,:deducting all' ;depa 'ofi,the ankils trill be:asfdll6t; : ,. ,,, :; theXatern' 'Ci i5.-'l,1'l C' ftIC'u'& 1

the,riclt ray no Catholic ch rches tberewonld appoints in his place.the 'President the Supreme .ses of?collection, has amounted*;the* st.qne.; / b&rtherjflufl3 wilt Arrl."Oj:8Udaf' 9fDn41 willexs topnblio &leIxt 4Lf'F

ere"er Catho1i .-If there were no Catholics, Court of Justice,SenorPettTOPeha,,' J1 months 'Of its operaUpif'to $22,'9613328-P.) .>nd Wednesday's; at ;o>cldct Wit and close tr nt'ot th 'C House tit )e dtyOfJ&cOI.Y'.eild .

'1I'_would be,few 1 Irishmen and if there were with two colleagues,1 shall bh depository of inggreater by thesurn'.of$3,176O18:5'1: : ,.thap. .1 .TuBsday a and:; ','.aM o'c1ockr. : sUdi;'- u.ffn o of

"ere potatoes would be.plentier and the Supreme Power'until Congress shall meettraIerat&C the.sum paid into the treasury during the same i'hThe..W stern and Southern mailB-will arriveQiJ.'Tuesday's NOeDI\er.r A>}:D, ;.1547.,.between. the M.t how
Jrighl1en votes, scarcer! this logic were and make an election. He also promises n wand period of nine months UJ d !the- tAriff of 1842 and'Jfriday's, at'7 to'cl'ctpii' ; fahe.itdajfl: "that certain I1dpr-
: .
they had no doubt of it, nothing to combat even to the last'drop of blood,for the' and exhibiting a gain at the.same_ratio of increase and dose ion 1daT and W Wednesday's 4. ce1of1a4: 'oaJJing apd !J (U1e

rrect, than the doty the whigs had to per- liberty of the nation. To-morrow we will pub ,of $4,234, 91t",42.Ior.the.;: ,.first."twelve'months a'c1qkP.M,: i -. -JOUN{ L'PONSrpM.: Town Or &cuon'1Ue\in, County-bcnrn

111 land plainer they did make a very promising e mUsh this new and important burst of patriotism. under. the tariff of'1846,.as comparedwith (\ rille.'Jul.. ,.2Ot1. 1847: 0\. d4escribedon.theMar plot pf 5d.T6wn.
'. 2 '
fo and decision. the tariff of 18421 '> :' rf -- n *
auxiliaries.A. 1
ittent. They set their young : :( ) ,bo1 ..ontJ
% work. Tkey comxiencc* In Papnntala.! there occurred a popular commotion .' : eJi.orth by Baystet on the South,'br'the' : -
Native party to \r CARD:: ST ,
in whicn the citizens Meza ; ; -
Nunez .1u
and St.
burned obs. on theEaat lOt J
and the they ater
St in Boston way i : ,
ss ; and children others, were killed. We will give hereafter 'Passengers rs,. ; New; TntJorltigr: Establishment., .ipt, (I8)and onthe W estb1/ *J o numberten p.
made the women -
and .
jtarches, information this. Mail Steamer Savannah 1\/R. .;'RICE".of. Charleston,,S. C. ,-wouldJ.TJL
of the ursuhne convent one fine nIght, more : concerning Per Ocamulgee from ; ; ((Wand, also, the..Wharf thereon;formerly. -
!- We are still left in doubt as to the number ofkilled llth.. : : inform:the citizens of Jacksonvilkt.and ,known as Mason's wharf th '
wbigs tl
to the Oct. -Miss. Pr Qen.Hernandez .being same
JUhave been truly edifying ,
and wounded in theY battles before theCapital ." \ ,>,.. vicinity.that he commenced the-:TAlLOR.' premises:now'umJ. and
{WM in the "city of brotherly love" that Messrs.A Mack W Gilchrist, B .Djttenhofer.i J ING B sINEss l-alll itsbi'aiichei and.trusts occupied by:Fernandez
rather conflagra- ,no particulars being given in the letters _: &:Bisbee, as.Stores and Wharf.. ,Taken,in Exe-
.at commenced operations and ,Catholics or have dlsor papers before us. The rumors by previous Stewart, G L Brown, and Mr. Sexson. bysuperi rCut. Workmanship( ,to nielt'at8haIe .cution and will be sold aa the :property ofthe
MS; and if the Irish the ratio as the churches advices of the death of Gens. Smith'and Worth, Per Mail Steamer Gen. 'Clinch,, from SAVAn'nah' public pat!onag 5ewillkeep constantly .late Jamea B.Maon4eceasedat: the time of
.appeared there in same was wee incline to believe as 'we trust they! _on hand a freshsupply1ofthe: best French* Bis deathj at the stdt of Barthelow
must feel that their labor /f love I are Oct. 13th.-Capt_ J Brooks Messrs: .E B ". &Maswy vs.
1I'higs and Cassimeer$ Vyestings..ALSO. .-
and '
the< p .. .L1.nvndOfl- entirely premature. < English'Cloths, Timothy r Wightman, Administrator of the said
not entirely in vain jim; aS1out'y I U Ir' ---they- The-large- train, which recently left Vera. Usina M Cullelan, and J'Nock. Ta 'varietv.,of'r .>.made Clothink,. James B.:Mason. deceased. .

.1[this ertraordinary system for,their presume purpose. Cruz under Gen. Lane, had taken up a position Per Steamer ;Wn\ 'Gaston. from Savannah, suitable for 'Jacksonville mde,which;.tI111sol&cheapforCash. Tl 98. LEDWITH,Sheriff unl C untr.
tond that too, is the boldest of all.- 8t the National Bridge, and was there awaiting Oct. 13th.-Mrs. Gibbon, Mrs. King, Miss Lan-. : : ; 'Sepf mber 24th, 1847. .1
The last experiment of the return of Jacksonville October lS,47. tf 11
one suplies from Vera Cruz. ; The -
I heard.
Gum j 'Hubbard Messrs. J
the other tack caster Miss Capt. -- -- .
trying ,
are "
They the "fnt1.gners guerrillas mustered in large numbers in the vicinity ,.DI8MOIl1TION. The aboye'spwified property:advertise for
them say the other day in, that the country! As for, of the bridge, and were continually- Trueman, J W Pearson,.C W Brush, Q. Olds', .L. THE Co-Partnership heretofore exist. un Sale on:.the first Monday of November,'was sold { .:

are the best population the noblest, most generous, issiag Gen. Lane command. Ryan, J Ferriera and'Capt. R.H D SorreL er the firm Bellows &,Santo, is thls. accordhig'to Law by Administrator. on th,' I n' ,- .

the Irish, tlley are mOlt pa.triotic-but Ic' n't _ _ day dissolved by mutual wam-hearted --
9ost superlatives, he used. But no MARINE IMTELMtSENCE. B.; Bellows fa hereby,authorized to collect:all December, A. D. 1841, and_:paid for, andljbavo.

tell yOU all the I thought to inke an Irish m'l.l1. ITALY.Affairs ,. notes and accounts, and ,to"settle all business been in peaceable possession evei si!' &:The ,

1eJ enough who M standing by but Instead of that in Italy are still in great confusion, PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, OCTOBER :15. now outstanding. of the above firm.THOMAS'B public are hereby informed'.that if win cost tie it.liti.
b\l1Sh, WA.his tongue lD his! cheek, and said to and the whole country is the scene of great'ex- : BELLOWS, Purchaser a suit to get possession i 't- ,'<> '* 'i:-f

tsYlY kind put of stage whisper "N3bockhsh"cItement.! In Lucca and Tuscany it is stated ARRIVED. JOSEPH SANTO. __ 8, D.FERNANDEZ. 11I'

l\1',understand Irish, and therefore can give that the population have extracted from their llth.-U; S. Mail Steamer Ocamulgee, Chase Jacksonville October 8th, 1847. 4t V. S., JIarlial8;' Sale.

!1M translation of this outlandish word, but rulers a sort of pledge ta promote progress Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick, and'St. Ma Taken lip* : BY virtue of .mt.of Tierj'Eaciai issued

Sling from the cut of his eye and all the ac- whilst their liberties have been secured by the ry' Fernandez Bisbee.-Merchandize to BY the subscriber on Monday the out of the United States District;-Court ,

JJpinimeats, it appeared to me just as if he institution of the civic guard from the two Si- H 0 Moss & Co., Fernandez Bisbee. F Bc- 27th of .September hat, a tolerably I I fortherNorthern; : District .of Florida,.wherein

i ii "Hon green I am?! cillies. Sardinia has decided to side with the thune, Gillett & Hazzard. small brown bay MULE much mark- Josiah Gates is Plaintiff and Cornelius, Taylor .t .

So if it be true they are about to adopt Pope against Austria-on, the 3d of September, 13th.-U.S. Steamer Gen. Clinch, Capt. Curry ed with the collar on both sides. "He is branded Defendant have. levied uponand.shall on ,

thisforeign appellation, it IS no doubt a part of the Sardinian Ambassador, resident at the Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick, and St. I'with the letters C. and W. on his fore shoulder' Jhe first Monday in November next betweenthe .

A.rWrm; policy. Adopted citizens are now to French Court, presented at the office for Foreign I Mary's, to Fernandez & Bisbee.-Merchandize and S. on his rump. i The owner i is requestedto of ten ;&, m. and .two,'p.,m. of.that

be flittered and cajoled. They are no longer to Affairs a diplomatic note from his government I H 0 Moss & co..H.R Sadler, Fernandez &Bis- pay charges, and take him away from the day, expose at public sale, in front of the Couri;',
tepeltel with stones nor hard words.: They of which the following is the substance subscribers residence on the road between Jacksonville House in: the City. of Jacksonville:. All. the. b *

aretob3 taught that it !is the Democratic party "In cise his Holiness, Pope Pius IX, shouldth.t bee.13th..-fiteamer Wm. Gaston, 'W C Mendell, and'Carey's Ferry. right, title and interest,."h h the said Corsei-! ,. ,

kites adopted citizens, and oarns.their claim armed assistance of his Majesty, the King 24 hours from Savannah. Holmes & co. JOHN ROBERTS Sen. us Taylor'had on the 10th of May, .1843, in and.' ,.-. 'S

Aarches and not the amiable and liberal of Sardinia. against Austrian invasion, his Sardinian CLEARED. 'Jacksonville, Oct. 8th, 1S47.: tf to the following tracts.of land,,viz :- I. :

kanetmsr! They are to be told that so far Majesty will consider himself bound not 12th.-Steamer Ocamulgee Chase Savannah. A tract on the St. John's River, near the St ;

from biting foreigners, they have out of respect to refuse the sovereign Pontiff that assistance, 14th.-Wm. Gaston, Mend ,l, Savannah., I Brought the 16th to Nassau of ,Jail last moiith.of said' river: called the ,Pablo Tract of

I to than adopted, a foreign" name,and even raised it being his duty as an Italian power, to cause 15lh.-Gen. Clinch, Curry, Savannah. who his August is GEORGE., a negro Hnd, situated in Duval County;State of Florida,
I clamor is /in'oro/ foreign enemy, in opposition the independence of all the States of the Peninsula tON says name and bounded on the North by the St. John's j1;
is about four feet ten inches
to their own country'l to be respected as guarantied by the negro River,on the'East by.Shfernian's Creek running.
Is such ;scheme as thw, likely to seduce our treaties of Vienna/" Before the lion. Tlios. Douglas, and supposed to be about 25 yearsof with the meanders of said Creek to King's Roadr.

,jopte The communication forwarded ,
was immediately named Johns .who lives the Wha- '
and Jackjoi STATE OF'FLORIDA.. a man on
Jefferson CIRCUIT TilE
Frivn the ; OF tair on the West by the 8t 'John's'iver
] to the King and M. Guizot both of whom ; ,
shall have become as ig- The United States Petition for hew swamp. The owner is requested to'come
? Yes.when they absent from Paris. In the chief politicaland 1 thence running with the 'rive to the place of
nar1nt and as lw;'..-when they shall have; were diplomatic circles this movement of Sardinia -vs. L purchase of. forward, prove property, pay charges, and take beginning;- thi* tract conforming to a. plat of
become unpatriotic as their revilers them- in. favor of the p.op.E'XCltes the strongestsensation The Heirs of JohnMcQueen. t land for a away. ACOSTA survey made by Z. C. Gibbs, on file in the St.Johns' 7 3 ,
Jailor Nassau
and 'till then, will they imitate J Fort. county. '
tdTes.then, not Circuit Court under a decree of partition
Sardinia is of the of
; ns one strongest Nassau Court House E. F. Oct. 8 1847. tf
tttirtr-iitorous example. the Italian States. : IN made by the St. Johns' Superior Court in
Before I conclude, let. me ask a favor of you, CIRCUIT. Sheriff's Sale. 1827, ind containing about six hundred' r s.

esst'Editors. It is that ;yon will in future The London Sun of the 31st, says, that thee To Hon. Thomas DOlglas-Judge: BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa_ issued out of i Also, a tract of land,known as the Forbes Tract, 1F I

the"Federalists" their right name., whcnMarquis of Xoruianby: had called on Guizot and THE Petition of Chandler C. Yonge,United Superior Court for the District of East, bounded the South by lands belonging, to

frcr you allude to _them in your piper; call officially announced to him that the Britisheiny Attorney for the Northern District Florida for the County of Duval, I will exposeto Lewis attairon, the West by thiKingsRoadou.the ::1.
t no nick nam'.s. Itan't polite. NniioniHqnWicansy Government would not permit foreign intervention Florida, and Agent of the United States of public sale, in front of the Court House in the North by the North fort of She 1Da
to-day MeziBJ in Italy. On the other hand, it is said America for purchasing certain lands hereinafter Town of Jacksonville in said on >
erlay, Whigs county, the. Creek, to the1 mouth' thereof, ;and .from the .
perhaps you bound to that Austria had announced her intention of described, respectfully shews unto your first Monday in'October next, between the legal mouth of said Creek to the mouth of an Inlet of >

,. '''* them -in all heir gyrations, and trace interfering in every town of Italy in which aNational Honor, _ u __ hours of sale on that day,a certain negro female the sea, about one mile South of the St..Johns
-ill their ? I would Guard should be established. This That the said United States contemplating'7 slave called Chloe and-her child taken
: ita through metamorohoses George, Light House and on the East by.the sea beach
I ,iffllEnot.i gentlemen. Call them by their old however, does not seem probable.: The best accounts -1 purchasing certain lands situated oh Amelia in execution as the'property.of Joseph B. Lan- to the place of beginning, and conforming to a

fctimafe Hff/rfc, yni every one will understand! all of which are conflicting, indicate; Island, for the erection of defensive works as caster,,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould, plat of survey made by Joshua A. Coffee, on file.

j* Cill them "Federalists''' and le ive all the that the Austrisna have faltered in the execu. contemplated by the Constitution, described as I II Banks &,Co. THOS. LED WiTH, in the Duval Circuit Court under a decree of- '. ..-

low to th'niehDon't imitate their ex.uution: of their ambitious designs upon Italy. I follows, To wit: North of Eagus creek, boun-I Aug. 27, 1847. Sher r,.& partition the Duval County/Court in 1839, I.,..4.,,. ..

;s'lsby Cilliu; nick n imes. They call us LocoAt first PrincR Metternich probably imagined ded North, East, and West, by the water of RiverSt. jpT The above sale has been postponed to a confirmed. ,Circuit, Court of the .d

,.fe,but ll'! them eLl us what they please: we that the Italian States could be as easily absorbed Marys, and South by marsh of said .Creek, the 1st Monday in November next. 'Oct.S. County of Duval,at the May Term, 1847-containing -. _S. ,

L.u, ever will be, .he is was Cracow last year. but the decided and by lands of Berthelot, running North 70a. NOTICE. -- about one thousand seven hundred and !!!

, DEMOCRACY. and resolute opposition ofthe Pope, the support East from a marsh on this boundary, the saidlands having claims against the Estate sixteen_o.cres-each tract being-a part of the

, he receives from the whole population of Italy. being owned by the Heirs of the said John ALL persons Louis Randolph, late ef HiHsborough Grant made by the Spanish Government to Andrew'Dewees

[F&! THE rws.] together with the unwillingness England toF.U.EV1LL McQueen, who reside beyond the limits of the county deceased,'will.present' them to the subscriber on the 3rd day of September," : p p'dii

TO THE MUSE. see the designs of Austria carried into effect, State of Florida. within the time prescribed by law, 1791, and confirmed to-his widow and hem on I

Oh.1cred i'tse! that oft wuuli wreathehuoiwsattnl hid so far wrought upon him, that he has written Your Petitioner further shews unto your or they will be forever barred j and'all those the 4th day:of- ,. 804-said tracts include,

my hum'ile Uy.Inspire .. an apologetic note to President Ochbensein, Honor, that the. said United States, and the indebted to said estate, are' requested ,to make the towa Hazzardj the steam saw,mill,on the. :'
: whose political existence! he before would scarcely owners of said land, not being able to agree payment to THOMAS P. KENNEDY, beach;and .the scite..on which. the St.Johns'
; mj soul ao more to breitho recognize in which he endeavored to explain for the sale and purchase thereof, he rays .Administrator. Light House. stands .

"t .lu accent*sail' or numbers g ly. away the occupation of Ferrara by the. that this Honorable Court will estimate the Tampa FUu Oct. 8th. 1847.NOTICE.. ,2m ROBERT MYERS, Marshal .
. Goteci, ] S'rorhaut to bind Austrian troops. value of said land, [have a survey thereof made] By.his Deputy, G. HUMPHREYS.; : ...1I

Around bis brow the wreath of fame The Afgslure Gazette repeats the statement and order a conveyance of the same to the United '. U:S. Marshals.Office, ,,. 1 :
that the French Government had States for the Durcoses aforesaid. A LL"persons having claims against the Estate Aujrustine Sent 17. 1847. ( .
: phcetl12OOO I' -
Oa deck the proud aspirant's mind, I Your !>etitioncr"further the Heirs of 1i. of Manuel Olivilla late of Hillsborough $
muskets at Marseilles at the disposition of the prays .N. B, The reservation of four:acres including .
t Ani let him soar to"grasp his Pope, and that a still larger supply was expect said John McQueen the Grantee, to wit: the county; deceased, will present them to,the subscriber the Light, House; will first be offered:forsale

lene me now, forever; away, ed from Belgium. A number of French and widow of the late John McQueen, son of John within the time prescribed by law, or as above and the remainder in separate 'l

Thou mislveas of art Polish officers resident at Rome had tendered McQueen the Grantee, whose Christian name is they barred, and those indebted to the tracts, made known on the day and at the plac :. -
potent thy their services to the Pontifical Government to your Petitioner unknown,William McQueen, said Estate will make payment to of sale. ."
A'omorenMj with fortune play of Louisiana Robert and Eliza 1 WILLIAM ASHLEY Administrator. ,
The forces to be encamped at Forli are now estimated lately McKay, NOTICE. .
So more will act the flatterer's part.Oh at 54,000 ; of which 24,000 will be regular McKay, late of the State of Georgia, and their Tampa., Oct. 8th, lS4 8w Persons directly or indirectly interested j!.. '.:
and 30000 the National heirs: John Williamson, and Eliza Williamson ---" "NOTICEfS ALL : ij
not -
tempt me to soar again, troops, ; arehereby notified by undersigned/ !
Fate would ring my hopes' death-knell ; The Augsburg Gazette adds: Our Government and their heirs and all other heirs of the hereby given that SIX MONTHS.after. date, that in conformity with an Act of.the Legislature -. 4L
offers the Pontifical said John McQueen the Grantee.and all persons shall to Honorable of the :
have made very friendly to apply Judge Florida ,entitled "An Act to provide Tor
ter.l1':,no sigh escape* of pain, Government claiming to be owners or in any way interested : Probate Court of- Nassau county, for-my.discharge the re-establishment of the Records of the County 1,

fcpHt,Enchantress, iUix-theewfciLCOLUMBIA. _ _ in the above described lands, their legal Representatives I. from the Executorship on the Estate of of Columbia and forother; purposes," approved

and Guardians, be Orderedto_ be William Walker, late ofsaid; county, deceased. January 6th, 1847 she has filed in .the ,
Jacksonville 1.SURRECT.ION IN HAYTI. and appear before this Honorable Court, on the WM. A, RUSSELL, Executor. Clerk's Office of the DistrIct Court for said
October, 1817. Advices from corroborate the reported Third Monday November next at Jacksonville -
.__ Hayti July 23d, 1847. 6m County a writing purporting to be a '
insurrection by the. bhcks in that Island. Two Duval county aforesaid, to abide the, decree : paper ..1rI. ,
(From the N. (). DeltJ.5th inst.) In Ci'cuitCourt., copy'of a schedule of her property owned . SACK Generals named Semilien and Charles of the Court in the premises W t tr
OF EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: held at the time other marriage with John ?
Wteiaeat of i'acbla Renunciation of the Alerte, headed the revolt, and took possession Your Petitioner prays. the necessary orders '
COLUMBIA COUNTY.: Powers, anil filed in accordance with.,a Law of
Cadency of the National Palace. President Soulouque, may issue to the Sheriff, or other proper officer '
Revolt in
by Geu. Santa Auua- Josiah T. Baisden the Legislative_CouncIlor Florida, approved .
?quth. who was; absent in the North, having been advised ofthe Court, requiring him to summon Juryas vs. Billjof: Complaint. ,March: 6th, 1845, entitled "An'Act, to secure ;
I. followingintelligence which if correct is (}f what was going on, sent to Port au required by the Statute: and for such other J. i to 'J ". S .
cert 'righ
. ,John W. C.Loud & Henry -, women. ,. ',
"" his Ministers, black and further as to Honor seem 4
!? Prince David of a relief
El Arco Iris of Troy, one your And also
"wunCj extract from : R.Saddler, and John, IN CHANCKEY. I .a paper writing purporting to be\!&
1 : 26th ill, published at Vera Cruz. It will of courage and fidelity, to restore order Troy meet. 'Lewii. ; copy of the last r trill.and testament of Henry V. '
it battue had a conference with the rebel chiets, one of And your.Petitioner, as in. duty bound,will I '
of the South" has Bllis'laWofs id :
" -Napoleon having been made to appear to the satisfaction county Tbeorigii: having
: 4TeflOtflCedthePresidency., Whether this whom Alerte, finally consented to obey his orders ever pray, &c. C. .C.' YONGE I IT of the Court by affidavit, that John been destroyed by fire on the first day,of November .1
. *** Abdication is like the while Semilien still held Jut makihg a U.'S.Atty. Agent, &c. i 1846 the introduction ,
one a said
previous die been Lewis, one of the above named Defendants, resideS of copieimade
declaration that he had acted under instructions THE FOREGOING PETITION, having 9
: pretence, yet remains to be seen' at pre- out of the State,of Florida and beyondthe for the purpose.:of:fperpetuating.the ob
motion C. C.
KlTf read and considered of
.l of the President himself: who had left the duly ; on "
J iiuaj 13 obscure. jurisdiction of.this Court namely in the Jectspftheoriginal.paipers.. .,. .
s ,from Jalapa and Orizaba received capital: for the purpose-his objects being the I! Yonge Esqr United of Florida States and Attorney for&c.the city Savannah, in. the '.State of Georgia t \ ..HARRIET'POWERS_;: ; ,. :ii
Northern District Agent
whose .
downfall of the _
1 t iscity(5JysEIArcoJritli\"ethe Ministry, probity gave By GEO. E. McCusUAN
:1 ( ) That the said.eti- Therefore on motion of Charles Coouer.Esa.,. ,,Agent.LjttleRiverFIi.Oct.l .,
P$t him trouble, and the slaughter of the mulattoes, IT 13 HEREBY ORDERED, '
1- j ve iaforuutioii that the city ofMex- Solicitor for the Compl: nan.i; \ 1847 ,3mSlnlr
I ha been hatred of whom ho shared with the blacks in tion be filed in the office of'the Clerk of the '4.
.: oIn;the theatre of the most horrible general. This declaration was believed to be a Circuit Court for Duval county, aforesaid;;and If isOrderedThat the-said.John Lewis be, of Florida|,Alnehan c....,.

.t Th scenes. falsehood nevertheless the authorities had consented that the same.b set for.hearing',on the: Third and he is hereby required'' to appear andlmswer WHEREAS'Benj.lmin Hopkins ofStJobn -
e.: tttoeat that Gen. Santa Anna abandon- ; the.Court the said BiU of_ Complaint wthinfour has this day applied for lettersof '
"th of November next at House
await the of the President Monday
e C4 1'ita' the disorders commenced and to answer months the jame*'will be taken asconfessedagainst Administration .
or onthejEslate of Samuel Ei
j aforesaid in Said ;
in the Town of Jacksonville .
; tthe theauJelves which would bring on either the "'"* 't.
: populace considered him. ,; glesp deceased,1teofAlac1iionzty. .this is
ht the of the Circuit Courtof ? S
I*the bayonets which might have conand execution Semilien or his justification Cabinet, Bounty the Eastern, before Circuit Judge of the State aforesaid, And! it is further) Ordered That a copy,of this !tpeite: pe ape r_withjn'the i
the commenced to sack followed by the formation of. a new order certified C.o&t time law and l. .
bj-tM.Clerk"otthis prescribed by
Leperos of Circuit Court of the duly piaket objectioi if.
t or other, Judge a ?
This 'last [
r t &committed; every manner of excess from among his accomplices. says sajd any Stat4 who then and there holding for the(lounty.aforesaid,.be published! in some' any they have, to the.grantingrof. .'said:letters, 14;
Iti\ the houses without the Feuvllede Commerce, would be a declaration may printed within'thet; Eaaiern.Circuitof otherwisethey will be _,- '" '' .
robbing nia- granted.
; the the mulattoe8.lliaJid Court otherwise acting for himin, said Cir- newspaper: ,.; '
death '
war to against .t ;'i
forof for four 4 ctlon between j natives and cuit. .... .Florida.,once ::5:consecutively ]1.-0.'WILSON
d ] : s. .AlachJ .il
> Co
months; ,[fSigned,]1. Judge.Probates of
:, tQdir th during the pillage, an Araerimptel IRELAND. '. AND IT: is FURTHER' ORDERED, That the .: THO. DOUGLAS,: Judge. Sept. 24th, 1847. 6w'- sNOTICED 1i
s .
the -
Si Heirs of the said:John, McQueen [ Grantee ,.
T ;
h of Clertis
\a ; to into the city Notwithstanding the renewed indications Office: CircuitCovrtf.Y "
: involved i penetrate that .I of the lands in the said 'Petition mentioned. and '..., .Columbia County.A ; w 445
it would the
ia a dreodiul conflict with distress in Ireland seem people I e. "?'. ," A.LL'-Persons indebted to'the" estate:p/Sanju;,
1trS'Piopi*> *ai was: repulse I, one part to the having learned nothing by their past misfortunes described,] and all persons claiming in the said toten.lands. I 'BTIRING cAB 30ROUG1I.crerko8o.icfCO Jel: .;Swilkv.late"bf Lbwndes 'Conntv? 14
j aad Citadel, while another sucpcweisiou ,are as apathetic as.ever.with regard to erSor inanTwLty do h reby.certifyhe i above to ,be;a true copy: Georgia deceased :,will 'make immediate:
_ t tj1;LIng of At .Bantry-and their,legal Representatives and :Guardians, janu order duly jmade and entered of record inthe ; ;|>ayi rii
precautions. of
'l of the Couvent taking timely and are ,an meat toithe; 'Sob.criberr and'tiiosd' havjLng! :
them .
be they' .
.4 hereby
: ::1c; ffhero it made itself secure Skibbereen, the localities of what,may now' be each and every of abe entitled'cause, on, the STtJi fafotSeptember chumiagainsi said 'estater'jjaustj lth"6. lit

j, ot*kemttitjtuj(. hl ring abandoned two- considered historical horrors, it is said the population required to be; and .appear/before aforesaid the raid and ,.A/D.18i47./ ;,. ,'-I.I' *. <:*.f?: fornayment,fcJ'' -Administrator'' pesen; withi thje(;

ly 1tthP.rallpiwnlfOrro"'in. thinned as it has been by fever andemr Judge, at the time a place'last: if \ (IiirWiTNESsWHEREpF, -have,; hcreunto set time ieqnireilby1aw,- b rtth" wiUte'barred'of.
thereto aytheyiie "
and shetf cause
." .. orjer tlut nothing might igration,. will be entirely dependent upon relief then ; aitt.Peti.i ,, *.,myhand;andanse4thOealof said recavery; > I WJklTTX'BRANCBVAdmV;' : 4
KB. iQVU cw'let8 the picture j of death and contributions' during, a great part Ofl the or aii8h, w, why the' .Priyexof, the.. { VV_ .Courttobe:. hereunto.annexed.this. ;Marion County, Aug.20,1847V, ..*vfty" .V''s ,'
is be : OiiiBRwisEthey
should granted
tioner not ;
but i in the face, of,this state of 7th1ayotSeptember1A.'D.l847.ql'o'It ; 'ti' '
:ep Lr&! for the Capital by the coming winter, }
j' c
default and the i #1 7: Adininlstraloi-'s'lVoMc
Ii ot :
will be adjudged prayer orthA ?, i
3 r!Stance v{the of the repubthingff it is asserted that the'most common and ,111. .r. 'f ,: '" ., (S.SCthBOQUGHICIerk.FOct :u "
eaej army said Petitioner,will be granted accordingly. '7 > 4m _' ':_ LP5 having demands.[ ajjainst .;
n ty which human food maybeobtained :8 1847. ; :: -
bombirdinent by __ Ar.
of the city by productive means .
FURTHER.ORDERED; That :t tYilrt o Mach'
: ,AND; : a. copy -- -h TfOiiaS2latCount
IrJsJ ' B>""" has this been,,neglected Jby,the : r,. T I..R.- '
let which was in possession ofr year :\tM'J.u, .1Yo : : /
of said'Petition and of this Ordejr. duly.certi- : ; 'deceagedwill'presentthe; "same,
4 fortified in the su- people to a degree which even among Irishmen' ? ToiteHw* of Naihtwl --Wilds; &f 'dectascdjiand'allithomitmay 11'II
11 ( W. reO points and field by the said Clerk.jpaUubea four :weeks : **' 'within t,1o.time prescribed,+"e'lIub-
of y "
tar rtitleret that we are q,1la.ble W giv is unprecedented. The months August consecutively "'The News," a'pablio Newspaperprinted.i toMern:. ; sierlber-bVthey vrill bjefor verbarredl,and altthosefindeb.ted
for the herring she ; rNOTICE.f That :! tte'r subscriber,, "
: taore the period ; :
detailed information as September are *
the Town of Jacksonville wluniake"paynient tVv :
g l le. $published. TAKE 'tOihenext{ 'of : : tt
us to that time eItraor1i4y.isthe supply apply Superi6r.Court - f- "
IlUrtuuS believe that the losses ry At so "V' y rrvtt Tnn\f*S Adm'r.j
ci themselves aforesaid._ ". -- I ;'the'4th\ of NoTember : *.,**Ijjir ., ;.-
shoals day "
,, the eitW4ICh .the uql. ppy inhobi- on the Irish coast that six miles in present lengtllftfld three, GIVEN.under my nd"tJec' t1ne in the : NasaiCoUfltY___*.T*,; Ao+oKlioK n A 1Mt nanflr-.Iwwe from.:Na.uawelWflds 'BJeptmber \7'S47., .. ;_ 1' !!:; j-', ,
33 orqllluaeof have suffered have .J in. columns five or r his Oth *.of.:October,! UCA; -----c.- -:------ ,
ind creek County f ; $ ) r Sen"deceasedtohiinpf: lands in ., -. < ,7QX
ktbeftse four in breadth filling"every bay
soulless ,
WI wen '
bya or .
: rJ f ,
ips 'alte the. D,1847... 'b ? .iff rudge : sworn pt the sajae beih&on YKKI' ; ..usdeidgnle
iu ;bs of the enemy. witij their numbers, JS9< _, appear DOUGLAS- : Nassau 1 county; /A copy '>' \ '
rr il1J .o: TnO : ) oj in thAClerk's'.Office ia theCuntyofNasaU1Ea8tP40' Q lt.,a1ply4othe: 1l6ra ;tkr7nde .
be ue Jails'jimbrgi us that Gen. 41 ee'ofthevel'y'occaIi .-= : oftheCirCilitVOUTtOf the'. &*t file n. ....' ,- O'. r ; .
i l he.circumstances '. -i- -*., _-t, !-.1.--. :. ?i.' PlOba.te'r rf.e.C9 tl tlDuT 1ifj of. .
hxib LlJ iml suffered these facts and despite "'- : 5.
lJle dl!! ; Uut lUitcity JRut despite of the 8tateof: Florida, \ .. ') '
js 1' ,'Eastern..Circuit : .1 dm1ii the Eatataof
JOII ; A&et
U .1nJ'lent thathedutYO18aIt/Wh0h nt the : ; .. .,A' ,J' .rOIQN.NaiCo iitnUioB.o ...
do '
bc to by tije.merCJJl8 L ;pSCABflABT ,;Clerkiof :sai4jCourti: 10 -" 'ti } f.i, '1p.' w
the Oc&li"1847. i"fe .fI4Couy'dcceased. :
Mrendcr tV 'i
to unty
I bave'allud -operated } ,* .
helghtlJi >
t1e = that \ten, llClrCiiVwith date hereby certify? the above''to*.be a-true copy'of ': TOS1O''DJ I,A.'B 'D .
"ii.. Qll'.hi uereta the remainder process of / f"'some. ped8eJ3 the Petition filed and of the Order,made'thereon .;-i, t r '.. ,:I-,'o'feE -. ..;. r' -l H---1 1,: t!'_ -t : .
recent 3JmJ !
: !' : .
.. th 2000c c.:1t:: Mexico and that Santa n .entirely rentifledf.tttppeirefr3L in'said nt.Ut d. cause e j'on' this. hdayof: Q J X :a4rdatke'} n1onedI -:--_ .. : ,
:at Cln was in TUxcala with. letters that the middle of September iiaprch.fl" OcthberLD1847.t T"vJ J. ., :..!it! .PpIY.::tbUon Jdg .ofProb e of'Cluiqiiity .. !' W4lVTICD :, J. .r ": :
a$ tre '.Qtpr4)cee4jng to Puebla to unite ing and thn.t"not a'boat has puttoeCt./; qle .' eWrtlUSs'Wu iii Uf.i r '" hefeunto- set ,.for:1etterafdUUD.S .'.D --A p"oiV( asan apprentice to'tJ'&Printgf -

. : USe of Ucn. ECO, and cut off clay;'? fe said4t. bIow.tO&tlis11aflOtbetitC5 | [ &]* :"toy.': \.! diffiXlJ: :'8e l'i of said. on the-estatqof; Satpuel'M, nio>.decea d. 'i __ \ about4lar ;iSjeanHijnuitbfeablje r.. .

k4iOflOfth toaa American army, with is too,'calm for the .take of fish"-;and at the'same jL. Cour.t' : > OSCA1t..RAR'r. 'Clerk. ..4' : '1t4BTHA' "g..T.TR'tro 't to read and I "write I-feli:; .... .e-
the' conveyed to us that J these i -r s"t 24 '.1 .t6w. .' 1kznvU1e, :$d s4, \ t'
'1 riti, > .11 lime prediction Octobc lS;; s471Jz. ,t4r: r .4' \ : _
t hte, lincs'we; have received men will apply for; assistance in the inter.7 : oj' 'O. ;'. \ S 5*



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s'SOUTHERNERS! 'f"u "'J.rW AREHOU8'E'"OF: .'.t "" .Of,. ;JICE: ._Of.TBE. : .BoUCrrOS.O* .EQi..v..y.t, ..". ND ';
4 I '. ..t m-l: : h :: .,' '\. ... :; \ i'. "i 5K01' Y O
; CIRCUIT Covxr SorfTHziuf CIRCUIT TO/THE i oPOUTHC4RO.N4GEORGIAA.L4BAMA; ; : : f ','rION8.'iCt.,. .

b:t _1.. .,43 'nt LID>> FOIL TH2COUNTTOPBXLLBOEOVGIL: 'CITIZENS 'i''MI&- 1 i J:.1 .n'. .J"" 'N.. I 'T.SO,. _. _.:.NiLJ Y"\.,'t .!< aIALEDPBOPOSALS will IX T e- ,.. .- ..OJ I'.OBe.Di ..... :'
; "" ,, '" <" A : .
I '..J'ohD; WB,. birt8 l:: i ,' ; _.81SSJ1'Pl. TENNESSEEt t
:I? : r J 'TS. J ,> Bill, for Divorce- ;: '"tLOUI8UNA.f'e.:i i v ;- ',-l "/' tr '' '';.. :lIo, .3., ;.. ...e.. .. ,l f.StJie. .. .tt._ .,_; .a e\V... "'- ,rk'. : 'l2.<&loct,,aVnoonj for; 0.-J.U', ""wwi: .'st", e.":"- i-....
pb.I -- 'I .
: p rme1b s:H.Ithbart3 ] 4 :1' : ;. !, .. .. ..:p m of the interest'of United States.' V t "1-thenaf\_ '-. .: I' .,-I.HIt.-- VV
1.'I t4,' .t .' ff appearing to the Oonrt froth'theiBirf filed J' :LLOW ME to call your attention, t&on&ot..AT t1thN.[ ) .t mIilF ,Uw andl in equity, of.the.,property,hereu"described of.. eymontmVVBLIcATIO ._. V .
the/greatest and 'most useful'medicines .
this that Permelia f S. H. Bobarts ,.upon: the terus.anafonedbloiv -co ditiou'men-- f ,_..
A In -cause --
r :1 ; ,
"r "
: .
ever:discovered. It is not my intention to tax H. (IJATELEE,: &;:JUDSON' ,) -; ;1.GI
.Jr'l the Defendant in this case,' resides but- ftbi3iEt&tCj'5O ; ,'1t: O D yt.S
- M with ,a long and tiresome f advertisement,- ; STORY'WABJUHqUSENof36CEDARSTREET .
you .
that )>law cannot be served ccup/the spacious ;FJVE .' .. .,. v .. '
.of 0' c< r
: ; : process r ; 'Jz'4" it n.
,t..I 1.1 -- : but I lay.:before you the testimony of.the, most ...;.theymoLB! : OF (. .
., to law. V ,11'0
her according ?
i : P.KJ upon respectable families in the United'States;:most > :I'' t Ectl7ROr:'
said of whichls devoted tcrthe exnibitipn and.'e;; Je I. .a .
'ORDERED That the '
'IT \
1f j of .certificates are from the city of Savannah t.*) -" ,i ... V LADY'S :)[
my AO.AnlP.
4 t' I Defendant be and before the Circuit of the. Single Article or' .. V .
,- t }. II And Gazette
appear ;
P, where I reside and from of the PasMonibU "
ti. .
own State .. Jd.
: many your VV
Court of Hillsborough county to be held: at i RTN TE D" C. A L'PC 0 E S. ; V. > : : V \ '
) where the. Medicine is used with great and as'tonIsnli1g : ,... .. J vesptns; ; IVV ALSO
A. :D. '
the second Oct be.r -- '
) Monday in "
on ,
; ; : V
it.has itself tdbesu.perior -1: .
fj1)1i 1847 and defend said suit or the saine will betaken success ; proved Their! :, preaejnt! Stkeonsistsof, ... .nearly s :0.5 AoA : 9P'ABmOlr
V Continental ,'V
; to any other Medicine for the cure of : .> ..cI .'. Peuaiet r.
i confessed. ,Oncf TboDsand Packages .
; as I 'Fever.and Ague,'which it will dot:in the'very '. '' :z 'The?rice (>nich two: 'Work
order V .fcEagUa
:(And that a,copy of this be published Embacing'som THOUSANDS: of. "differentpatterns5
I (t in one of,the-newspapers of this State/for the short space of Twelve Hours, it.has/riever, been 'andfcoloririgs'arid comprising .:LANDS, LYING.1NTBE STATE. OF. ,ELOB WA- $l2ayear. VV .. .
known to fail to effect ,a certain cure. The everything i: -.As, republisied 'by the je-
LI .pace ofthree months, according law. Medicine is 'harmless and tasteless one desirable in' the line, .FOREIGN and V tbz
a a will cost $1"a
MACRAE Town ofiacksonville,Duvui ount3,. only, ; yea,?. V
GEO. ; ,
which will make it the most popular Medicinein DOMESTIC., .-. .x v -
4 4% Judge Southern CircuitFlOrid9.Atruecopy All fwhich are offered for sale, for cash or : V VV LeisBryant&c.fGrmerOWfler& .
the Southern States. The MedlC1neeon- V :BLACKWOOWS.LADT's
p I 1844. : :IM4GAZI
: credit th LO WESTPRiCES containingV
tains no mineral preparation whateverbut is a satisfactory ;at V V
Jail.. 2 GAZCTTE :
,879 26 AND
i'.r E. A. WARE, Clerk, LotNo.6insqu.No. V OP DE P.\S1I10NAIt.tWOIu-
4 harmless Vegetable matter only. To Planters: by V }
V << U
W. ROBARTS D. C. thePIECE HalfoflotNo:3: : For Town and -
ByJ. this'Medicine' OR PACKAGE.New 8801" Country-Denoted V
is a valuable preparation,' i1S it -> .b :105 t, 'Bd1u
July 9th, 1&17. 3m ____i +V 1: Letters Music &iu,Arts F \
cures all cases in twelve hours,-I and.'does. .riot .Styles.are. received almost every day, V The well-known ,fc.

require any time to" be lost; all tnat is to be i and many.,of. them, up for our own sales, LANDs LYING INTHE STATE OF.TEXAS: celebrity in EuNp i ihia

; K In Circuit Court. done is to take the Medicine and to go to work. : ana not to oe louna eisewnere.f ". I1T Sam uel Swartwout former country of Blackwood'a Edhihnv* u.'_ .
4..e41 FLORIDA To the Rice Planter it is valuable Medicine : has ced the subscriber to come
EASTERN CIRCUIT a Printed lists of prices, corrected from 1842;

t&1i f' COLUMBIA COUNTY,.TO WIT:' as,it does not contain any: mercurial or mineralpreparation day to day with every variation in the market j 876 I Mar.11 Tract of- land owner.granted by ", publication It is of fashionable[ London uX
December Term, 1847. whatever, and is therefore a safe are placed in the hands of buyers. the republic of Texas to tion of surprise, that the reptSS.

.. Archibald H. Cole, James B.Cole Medicine for those who'are liable to exposure. Merchants will be able to form some idea of to Y.7 Barboswhose attorney of this, 'work was not conaneae i

; ;'. ,and George W. Cole,partners I beg you, do not let me have to tax you so the extent and variety of our assortment, whenwe was Frost Thorn; sit- years numbers since.' On looking over some of l1e 11:.

Si &c., using the name and Attachment: often with advertisements, certificates, &c. It state, that the value of our usual tock of uated at the forks of rivers we Snd them'filled with Stories a

; : style of Cole & Brothers, Sum sworn to;. has already proved itself to be what I say it is, this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of Atoyiac and Angelina Poetry, and Narrative,, the mOat of WalS
but little behind
vs. $171 50 and the greatest proof is, every body is recom- the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by V -which grant is more -these published' inthe Edia

Hezekiah A' Nash, and MerBond filed for mending it to be tho only certain and speedycure our largest, wholesale jobbers. This fact together V particularly, deseribed inV burg Work arid many surpass even tie e m'

f rick Barnes, partners, &c..coxi- $343 00 for the Fever and Ague. All you have to with the fact that our means and our V a' deed ,made by Yetal tions from the Giant intellects of the eoatiik

4 ptkrk atituting the firm of H.A. Nash do is to ask your neighbor what he thinks of attention, instead of being divided among a vast V Flores to said YJ. Bar- tors to the great Northern Magazine. Taa bts

4 a '&Co.. Hl1mphr ys',Remedy for Fever and Ague and variety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, bos under, date of June writers of the day contribute to its pages.;

LdIrji ,.lifE Defendants and all others interested of course, to be convinced, you will try it, at will render the advantages which we can offerto 23 ,1834 containing 10 Acres. It has now been published seventeen:vtta

r.f ; jr:. .I. are hereby notified of the commencement least I hope so Here is my offer to any Planter.of dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be V sitios, 23,> labors or i 48,423 in London and has a circulation ezceedb
; <1 entitled suit Attachment South Carolina, who will either call Doct. V 70,000 copies through England Scotland ?
if the above by retUrnable on our care that none who visit our establishmentshall 877 Also certificate of lands\ ,!
'!% t r.i' k to the December Term of said C art, P. M.'Cohen, of Charleston, S. C, or myselfJnthe meet with any disappointment issued one by John T.Mason land, and the continent of Europe; It is

: .It. to wit-the third Monday in December neitsmd city of Savannah, and either ofus will give I Our assortment is complete a! all seasons of onVbebalf of the lated into several of the continental Janftift.

if*ii are required to appear and plead to the enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. V of Texas and governor Coahui-- -It being the only instance of an

L.t declaration therein filed according to law. ten out of the twelve, we will refund the amount P. .S.-B; F. LEE, formerly of'the firm of V V la dated. June Magazine receiving that compliment. "V
JOHN 'P. SANDERSON, paid for it. You are to see the Medicine taken Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original for, about 21,1834, The publication will commence?in.October
Plaintiffs' Attorney. as I have directed. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con 878 u Also other 'certificate next and will be continued monthly.

.1, Alligator, Florida, June 25, 1841. 4m Owing to the heavy rains during .the past nection he :withdrew some time ago, has resumed of one the same tenor and The publication price of the above ircrkia
i, %,s. 4 summer and which still continue all the low I London,is $6. V V
-, -- business in connection with Messrs. Lee &
_.,lt. I .. --- ,. ,- date of the above for alike -
I p L F.! In Circuit Court lands are under water, which will cause a great JudSOn, and assures his mends tnat the new r number ot.
. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it concern' shall have the same pre-eminence in I Which said lands were conveyed -" THE LONDON WORLD OF FASHION?, 1

I..'1jlC .' COLUMBIA COUNTY, TO WIT: will be to your advantage to procure a certain this branch of trade, which formerly distin by Samuel AND CONTINENTAL 'FEUILtETOSS.A

i Ii ft.r.A December Term, 1347. I and speedy remedy. ; you can do so by applying guished the other two houses to whieh he be wout to Wm. swart-f JIO'Rthly.PubliCalin of the Courts ef.Lmfa

. :) Isaac P. Hardee and Robert ,I HUMPHREYS'to either of my REMEDY Agents or FOR myselt FEVER: Ask AND for longed. June 25, 1847. ly I president_ of the Mount and Paris;Dedicated to Sigh Lift,Pm.

ik,. t a:. IL Hardee, merchants and part-. Attachment: AGUE: Savage Coal and Iron ionables, Fashions, Polite Literature, fue

Ill. .? ? I .. ners, trading under the name, Sums\rornto.: The Medicine is for sale the NEW STORE I Company, in trust for Arts, the Operas, Theatres %c.

It'.d1 ,, style and firm of I. P. & R. H.Hardee 515406, by following the use and benefit of the Edited by several Literary and rashioMllB
{ ; .p t1jn Bond'tied for : named gentlemen, who are the only ,agents for THE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a clnrtnership I United States, by deed Characters.In .
Z I the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY whereit under the of .
I t' : ( style
vs. $30812 bearing date the 31st day the above two Works will be found all tie
will be found either
) I Ij Nickabud Raulerson. ; Country merchants will make at wholesale handsome or. retail. WRIGHT & POINSETT of December, 1842, and Gossip of London, Paris,and the principal cities
; n-4HE Defendant and all others interested are a pro- recorded January 6th, of the Continent of Europe. Royal: Gossip-
fit by this medicine. A liberal
selling discount
JL notified of the Have rented the store recently occupied by Mr. B. of the Qveen's
E. hereby commencement of 1843, in Liber A B, No. Description Irawingocm Pa,.
entitled suit attachment made to Planters, &cby the dozen. Address P. CUTTER, and would now solicit that portion V ties with accurate accounts of,the
L the above by returnable DD, folios 18,19,and 20, dresses of
to the December Term of said Court, to wit: W. HUMPHREYS, Jr., of public patronage! who d..sire to purchase I in land records of.Ale- the La'dieaof Rank-Noblemen1s,.letes-Dis-I

!i \ the third Monday in December next, and are Medicines Wholesale Chemicals and retail dealer in&c Drugs, GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH. gany county, Maryland. cription of every New Opera, with eri&ana or I

I.4!, Ija.F. required to appear and plead to the declaration Perfumery SAVANNAH, GA. They nre now receiving and will keep constantlyonhand. V the same-Penormers, &c. Tales bj tie bestV

0 : '' therein filed according to law. !. a geneml assortment of CONDITIONS. English Authors, Poetry, New Jlnsic.\ Her

; W. M. IVES, Plaintiffs Attorney. 1. Each bid must be, for a separate number Majesty's visit to different Noblemen-Descrip.

.' ?: Alligator, E. F., July 30th, 1847. 4m THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A Dry* Goods, Groceries, Boots, on the schedule, &c, for cash ; to be depositedat tion of New Paintings, and the Artists-Varieties .

IIv.L i t.iiit VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.SUUiiiJSKJN.KK3Tne Shoes, Hats, &c., one of the following places, to the credit of c. .
.... _. ______ __ _
NOTICF following u is from my Which they pledge themselves to sell AT THE the Solicitor of the Treasury, specifying on The publication price of the IDo18 york 1 I

r'rg Persons concerned interested S. Farr, 'of Graham- LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, a* an inducement account what particular number in the schedule London is $6.
; ALL or are yule, S. C. for CASH CCSTOMERS to rail und examine.' of property it is deposited, to wit: -
to take notice that the
,' )A r:, '' in compliance with an, act of the undersignin State of- Mr. William Humphreys, Jr.. Having come to the .leterminntinn to keep NO The United States Treasury at Washington, Terms of Godey's New Monthly Msgame.,

.iI' Florida entitled "An Act to for the Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E. C. BOOKS, and to buy their Goods principally ,District of Columbia; the Assistant Treasurer SI a year, in advance. V
; .q. provide re- Watts in favor for }he Cash, they'will enabled to sell them n All orders must be addressed to
establishment of the Records of the County of of'your Remedy for Fever and & at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Charleston, post-paid
Columbia, and for other purposest Approved Ague; he is a man of integrity) and his testimony CHEAP or CHEAPER than they can be purchased S."C., New Orleans, and St. Louis; L. A. GOiiEY.,
is elsewhere. EDWARD WRIGHT, Chesnut street.
i .. .: January 6th, 1847: They have this day filed I consequently.undoubted. The Collector of the Customs at Buffalo, N.Y, I Philadelphia.
,Ii. :Y4... q' in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for Yours respectfully N. B. Hides and Baltimore Md. Wilmington, N. C., Savannah, 55 Newspapers inserting the above will con
: produce takenin fer favor and be entitled
THOS. J. S. FARR. country a to an exchange..
said Mobile.1s.. and Richmond Va.
' ir County, a paper writing purporting to be exchange fur Goods. Ga, ;
;&. ..iI..e ; A copy in substance of the last Will and Testament S. O, Sept. 18th, 1847. Jacksonville, March 9th. J 1847. ly Surveyors of the customs, Nashville, Tenn, Aug ,

I' Henry Jones, late of said county, deceased : Mr. W. Humphreys, Jr.. Cincinnati. Ohio ; and

;ri'I. : the original of said last Will and Testament Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used BAPTIST 'I' Receivers of public' moneys at Little Rock, &, COlT .

'i V .c having been destroyed by fire on the first day I your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I ELEGRAPH"AND Ark, Jeffersonville, Ind, Chicago, 111., and Detroit fSSRS.: tlULMES & CO.. havrrfUMi;,"

J/44: :: of November last. And that they will apply to I: obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, Michigan. l' their stock of MerrliMndizf fi> the Lift;

: : br the Circuit Court of said County at the next your Agent of this place, and administered it FLORIDA EMIGRANT. 2. Each bid must ,be with .hui.'iiing' formerly occupied .liy If..' United SIIMknowii .,

J..k.. .f '. :. S Term of said Court to be held in and for the to my daughter, according to directions and I accompanied a a* the G"v.rnnieni BuildinjTb j bHddfd "
in the form below which
County of Columbia, on the third Monday in am happy to state that the disease left her in THE ,Subscriber prnposet in publish in the guaranty, given must to their.ftock, !liy the lulf arrivnU fnaiNew

't' .! .Ifit5t' December next, to have said Copy Will established the course of thirty-sir hours, and her, present Jacksonville! ,' East Florida, A month- be United certified by a district collector, naval officer,marshal, j York n full 8'''i>rlinent of Diy G.H..lj, Gr
I ..:.. .t .f in lieu of said original, so destroyed by state of health indicates a certain cure. iy newspaper, of the above title. It shall bf* neu- that the i attorney, or postmaster, .rw'... liardv-uri l''.i.'n<, &r. &c.. whit
and the
&': $ ire as aforesaid. Yours, &c., E. WATTS.: triLl in politic; f>lmll a coniningeneral intelligence ; guarantor ? good, party making Ihtty ure prepared It* .el! at ....retliired .

ir WILLIAM TOWNSEND, Executor, Grahamville, S. G, Sept. 14th, 1847. and in Religion' shall he frank and explicit.The responsible for the,amount. ort nt w |tiep&ml t.. |iurcbu piees.Thuy 0 CottOW

!; ; .1: ANNY MARY JONES, Executrix. I paper will advocate thefaithand pr"clirevrtho 3. On,receiving a certificate deposite, sign- IIide. >. nud i...wr ptiMlufe ilr ihs C.UII'ry.llt the,

: Alligator, July 23, 1847. 3m AGENTS.-P. SL Cohen & Co, Charleston, Baptist denomination in th* United State, i ed. by one of the depositories above mentioned, biglteis Market rntp*, and make ca.haiIvasnct0a I

: ; S. C.; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C.V.; A' and shall be particularly devoted to the interest. a quit claim deed, conveying all the fight, title, : >nii)':iunenti, totrr fiierd* iu Saannab iad

.IS- I-I Administrator's farewell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co, of th. South.rn and South Western States. The interest, and claim of the United States to the Chnrlei n. or New Yi rk.Tlity .

t. .U MONTHS after date I shall Notice. Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, tfcular and Religious improvement, of the peopl property described in. the bid, and paid for, Iwve a new article IIC Wnwjjht Iw

41' S $ to the Honorable make application Ga.; Dorscy & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. A.:Moise, Florida, iLIIIiahI consider, as its paramount."bligatiun. will be executed and acknowledged ,by the Solicitor Plouglm-lo which they wuuld rcsjiecilollj call
; .
.. .L;, for the County of Alachua Judge of Probate LaGrange, Ga. ; Winter & Epping, Columbus, To reprove,vice, tn p'romnte virtue to el- of the Treasury, free of allcharge to the Ih* attrillion of IMamer. .

of ,for a final settlement Ga. ;W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, evato the mind to the wnnhip" of the true GOD And purchaser. Such conveyance will be sent, free Jiwki'nvilIi- Nov. 6. tf
and '
.'. mssj J
. ..S! !?3 .. deceased. coun Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, be i its leading features. States, as may be requested. CARD.RIVERS V
JOSIAH SEKINGER ; 4. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be
f ;q4 Adm'r. Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, lfuwkins- .ix copies, $5; one copy $1. Advance payment, satisfactory to the Solicitor whether there shall
.tt.i August 20th 1847. 6m &
will he in nil .
; } ''r.i vile, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien, Ga. ; Cole, expected be one or more bids for the

: r'tii ri Prescott & Co, Black Creek, Florida ; Lightfoot ::: All letters addre&.ed to the Editor must 5. Before bidding, all persons property.are requestedto DENTAL' S U R::GE, 0 N S ,

; Administrator's Notice. & Flanders,Macon ; P.Martin,Savannah Cunningham bepopaid. make themselves
t4 ; acquainted with the situation Street
Office North East of St Julitn
IS HEREBY GIVEN to all & Co. Dalton Ga. J.H. & N. B. The first number will be issued on the corner
NOTICE credit- ; W. S. Ellis, value, and title of the property they intend and Market
June Square .
first in
legatees and entitled to distribution Macon M. C. Williamson Davisboro Ga. Tuesday next.JAMES : '
persons ; ; Wm. to bid for, so as to. rely upon their own GBJW1A
in the estate of Felix Ortis, late of Hodges, Sandersville ; R.T. Floyd, Micanopy MCDONALD. Editor. in V s.tYAlcyAH7. -
judgment bidding. '
I Jacksonville, Flu.. "'IoUg. ..>0/47. 1"_
April 30ih.1847.Watchmaker _
HiHsbprough county, deceased,that unless they Florida; F. A.Poullen, Jacksonville, Florida; V
;: exhibit their claims or demands to or deposit R. S. Baily, Laurensville, 8. C. 6 Aft r the last day for receiving them, the ,FORWARD & ALDRICH

them with me for payment within the time prescribed For sale wholesale and retail by : ::- WLUjIm QtOtJJt, bids' will be.opened in the presence of such offices UV...
t of the department shall be able ATTORNEys AND COUNSELLORS ATCJ"
: by law, from the second day of March, F. A. ,POULLEN, and Jeweller.. to attend; ..
and will be examined and Will in the neveral C ouriP(Land *
passed upon fast practice
",; .. Ai D. 1847, they will be forever barred. And Agent for Jacksonville. ro.5, MAJN-I TREET. as !
the legal heirs of said deceased are required to A liberal discount by the dozen. as practicable. Notice will be given'promptly Equity, i in the Easu'rnCircuit, of Florida.;

it1 : come forward within the time aforesaid and October.Sth, 1847.FLORIDA. Respectfully informs the,citizens to each.person whose bid,is accepted,but to no WM. A. KORXVAKD: Anzutine.: ".
and it
*vicinity.that. \ Louis
others. \
S have a final settlement of their interest in said V r.nnicieNewninvflte.V_ _
.6 he ha*' removed to the house immediately 7. 'The of the bidder
name in all
Jffl estate according to.the statute in such case made HOUSE should7 cases, WM. CRABTREE
provided.. JAMES T. MAGBEE FORSALE OR RENT. adjoining the one recently be written at length and in a legible hand.- ; ...- <,. .
Administrator' THE occupied", as, the printing The bidder should give the name'of. the post ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
bonis non. L... undersigned offers on.t most -
office bf the"Florida Stoteaman."and is office to which communications for him'u.c'to be 'Jacksonville /
September 11, 1847. 8w f. qI liberal terms, to sell or' rent this well now pre- I -V V V V 'f a..
luviNi_ known AKtAhflRhmPtnt.. fitrnifni-o in/till. I'aed toexecute.'wiih promfll. tJrlp.811otder.! con- sent I WiLt attend to any l>uain.>*. enirusted to hi*hllnh
IN CIRCUIT) COURT.) ded. 'Application-to -be mad -:to J. B.: COLE at nacted with the above line. '8.',Bids ;must bosealed and marked on the ''V' in any of-the Court: in the Ea 't :rn.Circuu. .
Palatka. Mr. Grothe would also i say;,.that be'nas determined outside in these words: SEALED, BITS FOR U.S. Florida. V '
'JIT OF FLORIDA-CoUNTY OF .' to confine Ku.;"attention,'in future, exclusively PROPERTY f nd' ddressed to the "Solicitor of V -
: <.. ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY. .. Augustine, August 20, 1847. tf these :
-- to work in branches He:;renders his the Tr asuryWasiiingtonD.V ;FELIX. LIVINGSTON

The Southern Life In-1 IN CIRCUIT COURT. thanks, to'the_ many friends 'who have, given'him 9. Form of a:bid, guaranty; and certificate: V ,ATTORNEY: AT JAW, '
Burance & Trust Company EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA: IN AND FOR' their patronage, and trusts. that hii exertions hereafter '
1 residing at in the J '
; if.. to use of Arthur M.F Bill to Foreclose. COLUMBIA COUNTY. will be such all to merit it; .: countyof Jacksonville Fla.
.4 t IIi.i Reed ) Abel Cowart From long practise, i in : m the State of hereby offer Will practice in,all. the. Court; of the EufrCirruir.
} In-Chancery: hefeel the United States the $um of dollars in March 19. 6nt &
vs.Augustus vs.Elizabeth > himself competent to givesitttfaction; .and' I his i -
1 cash for. their right, title interest arid claim ,to 4- :
4' ..
w Cowart charges will be modertte and
Poujaud. 'Bill
) for Divorce. : as, easonable as the property b d'in number', in the AUGUSTUS, C. GILLETT,
p.t: t having been made to appear to the satis i IT having been made, to appear to the satisfaction those fifths North ,4 / .! pnintedVadvertisement of the Solicitor 3 of the '
Clocks Watches 1
of the Afiidavit .
faction of the Court by Affidavit that the by that the repaired. .the best terms and conditions
;ii Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint, filed il above named Defendant resides out'of the Stateof manner,,and at:the shortest notice.! ". Treasury in mentioned, J' f and I'herebYim.cODSlderatIon'of And Cwmmiiisioner Deed ot the State of COB
i Florida and the Jacksonville. Dec.26:1845. necticut, witbin and for the Si ate of Florida.;
in the above entitled cause, resides out of the : Court beyond jurisdiction. of this -. : VVNOTICE. the premises! ;;agree,,'in'case !my bid :thereforshall JACXS S1'ILU. Fix.'
State of Florida and out of the United ; be -
States, : accepted bysaid: Solicitor; 'deposite -
and in Cuba one of the West India Islands and It is therefore, on motion of Washington M.1vesEsq. I that in lawful brie '
sum' in of the depositories CHARLES PELOT
; I interested I'.il" : money ,
notified that
t beyond the jurisdiction of this Court Therefore [ ; ., Solicitor for said-- Complainant, 'OR ALL persona hereby ''mentioned: in said 'advertisement
: Month after the dnte the! undersigned : : ] 'LAW
.,I .on motion of C. W. I' DERED That the"said'Elizabeth Cowart be requireii hereof ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR :AT ;,
Downing, Esq. 'Solicitor for within thirty days after bid sh l be
; ; Adminittratrix and Adminimnitor with my accepted : '
: ofEaslerivCrreutiof Ilif
said Complainant to appear and answer the Complainant'sBill WILL practice in th *i'"ernl! Courts
the'will annexed nfJe_ and notice thereof sent to me. by.maiL; '
fce'Staiidleyj; deceaged.'wJIlopply
It is Ordered, That the said ,Augustus Pou- of Complaint, herein filed, within four i.Dated iT V :' 134Forvvalue ;' .Fldr dR: bti-yneM! entnuud ID
l to the H o iJ udg'f:of ;
Jaud and others be required to' and months, or a Decree pro m/&M0 will be taken L 7 ; ,ProbateMfjjrAlachua! : .'' ': his care, will mc.4wiit) prompt attentionJarkson .

wer said Bill Complaint within appear, an- against her.r / County.r', a final" settlement "f heIr accounts as received I guarantee'to theUnited: ;' >||.'',E. F.Jun.41817.: ......::..
months :
such, and difch ,rro from the br rtla Admihis'tra-i States the perforinance'of 'thOaboveimdeit k.. .
: '
.. .
Arid it is Ordered V
further V
or the same will be taken as confessed against That a copy of this I .'..",' .1 -":;. ...\ t; '.j ..t, ;ja. I'1 ;' ; :
tiiiofsilil( ; TICE.
ii; the ,:in 5bid N ,
. Is11 him. order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court {{,. .ing by. stgnenherec. ,,,. case, k .be accepted. VV
i. : V '* :.
i\'H .
pullished DICEY STANDLEY, Adr tx-: :.. .; MONTHS. after tl t !, LV will prwat wy
; ;It farther Ordered That a copy.of this Order, be in.80menewspaper printed Within'L r*: '* SEABORN'J.s ANDtEY 'Jm'. ;.? .. ated.' ,,t VV V f) al'" Jt and voucher* to'thf.) iita.JiJt*
I. 4uly certified by the Clerk of this Court the.Eastern'Circuit of Florida,'once a week.consecutively ; % I*
; '
be of
published Newn8nsviHeE.F.nJune 4thVl847. 'GiD' I :the above Probate, for the- of Orange ind Pn1'
certify th4I guantrissible county

? ... respon
in for four months. *K/ -Jl >; 5. :, ,.. : V '
some the
newspaper printed within the "a discharge AdT i inwtrat d. b ni ua
for thc som inentioned in the above bid. as "r POB
Eastern Circuit Florida", once a month. ,consecutively > ;r. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge: "t AdmiBtstrator's' Notice l.t / ;:10.,Plats,of'the'land 'at Boston. can'bo: see j.L' .Ktal* of J. ,anif; .E": '\V.. 'Orroond, cfruINd-(

for six months. _. Clerk's'Office, Circuit1.Courtr; |"u SIX?MONTHS. after fd tn'shall presu' i niy attheofficeof.the'United'States,district attorriey -V Orange,*Ute''Mosquito. county. .

[Signed] ,.THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. 1 '.CoIumbia C6unty.: f}j'* '.,and vou:lier as adm5nigtr ':Or :in that. ity.'and; 'in the;'8oicitor'apceix VV VV.-- V q ,'JAl\nS ORMOD.V .

t I., .1, PETEB B. DUMAS 'Clerk of said Co rt, '1. STIRWO ScARBORpuari,Clerk'of said Court the estate'ofrjbhntMoore; {l Ia..ii of' Duval county,' Washington; :, ,. V ,- i- / V I. June It, 1847.. .Adminiit -l r."er.bon# ,IJ
.do hereby ertify the "above;'a true:copy do herebj5ceititr the'abbye to:be a true i,'copy otn i deceRsedtohe:Hon.-Judge;of Probato' for said :1. : ; .. -- .
of an Order, duly.thad! and entered ofrecord qrder.duly made and entered of record in the county;.for'settlement of,:said'estate;and !. rBidnotperformed' !on the part of thb bidden V (\ ,NOTICE.V .

s in the above entitled' cause,' on 'the,'sixteenth) above entitled useon; the 7th day of. '_' '' ..'the. same tthv! apply forileitBrs; i ordfsmU.: :.accbrding:''to, : the terms t specified,iri thiaboveondiOflSmay ::1 'LL' *rlOn. J Iridrbled. ( :to th* :E-'*l of' J* **;

day of August A.D.'1847.1 *"' :r *** A., Ytfim!'_ .. .. ...'oJ.' ','. .;* J. "if ..-,: "-a., lion'al such lrnihiirraior'of! which.all perwjninterested / atlbaoption the So-, :, x3L"Caruthersvd;; ease' fare; 'Vequesjf d to can*.

lifjWrrNKss/WiuxEor.: : set IN. WITNESS+ my: ** v .;.hnv V where fraud 1 may have been,;.practised I'against V denjandft will\ ', ;: in'arcordinj If
> ealerthem
fL. and affix the Apnl 9 f4r.ff. ; havlnr :
s.1hand Sealof said Court. iJ4MESACKERSAdrnr.;
-, J \{ L:'S. >,hereunto set my hand and ca'used$ thet -. ", ." .... .t '" thUuit4StheSoUcitormaybefore sit ; >, "v KttZABETH CARUTHERSAdmmirtritrix ; ..
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zteenth day of AugusUL D.1847. :
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