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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:
February 19, 1848
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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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.
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A plicati.AU religious notices will! bein erted <<:'alai. part a appropriations forsubsistence '" I II the philosophising spiritof one, a great deal of .blt.itionists.. .. ." .<..- _.
in kind of the army and volunteers I I the mystery,of a second, and all that.tersenses! : / '": "t '. !'.ft .

F ;!}.All admiASable personal communicattons will during the year ending the 30th. 'June. THE ELK. KUNNERS: for which- a third is. eminent: Who the first. .H. must meanlihapsbdy.sureTy Prbutt', 4 4'Jfl-vh

.. .d ert"inenu-- 1848. i. The following: extraordinary 'relation literally second and third are, 'to'whbm we"a.11git' .D t { :'j ; tlivJa
I be the
dn bilJ. for J"b pr'BlinS' mu1 paid on Be it enacted,by the Senate and House of'Representatives trti e.": 'It has been communicated to'us would not perhaps be delicate'to indicate tcpgs3 aiitoIq : :

''''e liryol the mmnnicat'ions work. must be addressed to of the United States ofAitierica in Congress of.our old andjmost respectable.,citizens ,EttteTiRvnald9, : 'd gvised.tU a:Waiter., .THE'-\VAR1N! .'MEXICO .t .
i.r: AU assembled ,.and .is further substantiated the (Rvtaldp'mvsing.fclt! ) must '''' ; i.L'-, .
That the be-fno mnstn't'
& HU AIW.'J1OIC4gt pgj LZ."erk1f sum of one million of I. fty concurring :.t essay prefixed ,wherein it is: : l .
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'GtLUTT dollars be,and the same is hereby,appropriated testimony of our senior,who.knew both -yes, it'm zt. that if we fight ina, given circle th ie cia'beno ( -
: 11.S.It'. Steam-Packet Line to supply in part a deficiency in the appropriations I I of these men spoken qf; and has never heard; Though""must" might after ah,Bo'only inay," end to.the war. > JestsS& '

for the subsistence in kind of the army I the story doubted. Major John>Dougherty; "' .Bnt'nnafand <{musv>'are very m chaUlte: ,.. fi
and I ""Kentuckian" mentioned still An4*# r all what"must" be ... .
BETWEEN & volunteers during ;the_ :year ending the livio&in CIayicounty maybe too -- 't -
S .! thirtieth June; one th iandight hundred Missouri, which he has represented in, >Onwards I djrag my miserable life.1 ; iigene -The;'author of"Parisian :Pcf.

& PALATKA FLA. and forty eight, to be paid out bf any money I he; legislature, besides having filled the important My brgeestatesinitalj are sold,. traits'. .in the Atlas, tells some'sad stories about
.sAVANNAH the treasury not otherwise appropriated I post of Indian agent. He was famous in My title to a":Marduisate is l st; the author o( the "Waadering JeWj"of whicK 4

BV THE WAY ST.OF MARYS. GEO. ROB C.; WINTHROP. i his youth, among the prairie and m untain men,' I My'wife and children I have left behind,. tale, by the way, it stated that not as many 'i

URIEN BRUNSWICK, CREEK, AND; Speaker of the House of Representatives. .as a hunter "of. extraordinary skill 'and, \cndurance. -. My creditors besought for me in vain, hundreds sefld of the last' volume as there wEre
JACOVIL BLACK G. M. DALLAS, We should like, of all things, to hear While :I -but?tis no matter-I am here. thousands 'of the';first;; :-Th6: ''following 'rot '

PtPOLATA, FLORIDA. President of the Senate his own statement of an adventure, which js, Enters Jenicinsatthe back of-the stage. tell much to Sue's crvtti. Bostoi TrcaucnpL

In connection with the Charlestoa Daily lIailSteampackets APPROVED January 4,1848. certainly,among the most marvellous ever heard Jenkins.Waiter ...a glass of g I -and.,'water, Sue has never sat,for hi8portrait&th the '

at Savannah,the steamer SARAH JAMES K:. POLK. of out the pages of fiction-if,',indeed., fiction hot! engravings of him> r'e from stolen sketches,ta
Lake Monroe the
PALDING, from Palatka to has anything to compare with it. Rinaldo (not seeing Aim.)-Alas, my native ken at the theatre or some public'place. :.Ur. j
to St
U & Mail tages Black, from reek Picplate via Newnansville Augustine [PUBLIC-No. 2.] In the year 1818, the Missouri Fur Company land!, Thy limpid streams- Brisban, New YOrk.' ordered a young American J 4E

and from and Columbus to, AN ACT to authorize the issuing of a registerto had a post just below Council Bluffs, named Thy marble palaces-thy verdant vales:, artist who;wa$ in Paris year Before last,to c

jUUgator, Mineral Springs the barque Canton.Be Fort Lisa, after the gentleman who establishedit Thy laughing rivers, thy sequestered groves paint his portrait,and gave him' a letter to Sue ci3

Tallahassee. Capt A CHASE.ST. it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives There was much competition in the tradeat Thy lofty mount .ins-thy delightful slopes. begginga few sittings. This letterwas"sent to' ij
OCAMULGEE, -- *' P.McNEunr. of the United States of America in that time, and it was a great point to select Thy hills, thy pineapples, thy-. the romancer, enclosed in 'one1'from the artist, : .&

MATTHEWS leave, -Savannah TUESDAY Y Congress assembled, That there be issued,under the very best men for Runners. Jenkins .(striking him on the back.).-Hollo. who counted upon the money: he;was:receite :
These packets every for the portrait and stated that his
the direction ot'the Secretary of the Treasury waiter! ; daily If'
MORNING at 10 o'clock ad ar- Mr. Lisa had with him a young Kentuckian .
-and SATURDAY depended it
for the RinaJdo him the upon or charity. He.nent.recei'f-
a register barque Canton formerly a (seizing by throat.-Caitiff) !
at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go named D., a fine daring fellow, with a frame of ed an answer" Not
rive 'Sue
Haytien vessel but now owned by William T If thou hast known the ancient honor many ,
St Augustine before night every iron,- the. speed of the ostrich, and the enduranceof -
to used
through Say ward, J. R. Kimball, and H. C. Lowell citizens That, starlike, deck'd the old ancestral line to visitalinostd ily'one of the most fashionable
Monday. the camel. He was fortunate, .moreover .
Thursdayafld the Maine said To which Rinaldo his ladies in Paris Madam deiand
of State of ; and which vessel owes proud deicent p
Returning, leave Pa.latkaevery TUETOAY and in.the retention of a half breed called Mal hold forth in her
been wrecked and condemned Thou wouldst.not dare- richly furnbedbopdQirjn '
FRIDAY MORNING, at? o'clock, touching as above having on Bavf who, notwithstanding his name;,(bad beef). the condition of the relieve; -
of the Muscle and poor.Do ever
Islands [Recollecting himself Jenkins. you
one Ridge was purchasedby releasing ] .
was considered of hardly less merit than D. their a'
each distresses? asked ;.
Madame at
de ;;
way.They them, and which they have caused to be repaired Excuse me, sir, your orders I ;
are both low pressure boats, in complete and refitted for sea again: Provided and between the: two men, consequently a keen Jenkins.. -1 ordered ginandwater.Rinaldo the.close of one of these harrangues.: ""'."Toa
.order and handsomely furnished in every respect rivalry existed. D.had travelled, on foot, .from trifling extent" answered Sue "but
shall though'my $
It be proved to the satisfaction of the Secretary (hurriedly.)-Cold without 1 ,
commanded of well the Blackbird Hills to Fort [Lisa a distance of
are by gentlemen gifts;are small they cheerful I'
; of the Treasury that the cost of the repairs Jenkins.-Warm with- ; are always be-
known experience on the route, and their pat- ninety miles, in thirteen hours I Mal Boouf also stowed-I give fourth of '
one ineomein '
made in the United States after the pur- (mu.ring.-Ay) it is better warm than .my ,
rons are assured that every attention will be chase of the said vessel by the present owners boasted some astonishing feats of"bottom, cold.JenM.ns.I. That afterno as he left the*C/" de
the and comfort of : and both were stationed at the fort during the Paris '
to safety passengtrs, where he had b"eenj
paid exceeds three-fourths of the original cost of did not ask thee which was better eating' costly din
the careful handling of freight. time that we speak of for the purpose of provi- '
and to building a vessel of the same tonnage in the sirrah, ner, an apparently old woman, cladin rags,
AGENTS:' United States. ding venison. I only bid thee bring me what wish'd. prayed for charity. .Go awaywas the.stem

;JBn b & Tupper, Savannah. APPROVED January 14, 1848. One evening in July, the weather extremelywarm Rinaldo with much emotion])- reply. "But I am .starving-give me.asirigle .-' .

.to A. DeLorme, Darien. the grass high, and the post unfurnished Behold.that. tree! it hath a goodly air, copper to purchase bread with.: "- .t i.lg.! e '

'fl.Friedlander: Brunswick. [PUBLIC-No. 3.J with meat; the two men were playing at cards, And seems to tower,in native majesty you in charge to a police officer, ufyou'th s annoy

John Bessent, St. Murys. AN ACT authorizing the Secretary of the when their employer came up,reproached them Towards the very sky, as if'twould clutch i1i ." "You "ill; Mid the beggary"and 1

,FcrnanJez & Bisbee, Jacksonville. Treasury to grant a register to the barque with their negligence, and ordered them to Within its branches even heaven itself. yet, Monsieur Eugene Sue,; you are,,
.I Coy, Black Creek. Sarah and Eliza. start,'the first thing in the morning, on hunt.. While ever and anon the light-winged bird who write, about the misery of the poor you

Geo. Cooley, Picolata. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- Obedience was promised, of course, but the Darts from the vaulted dome. of azure blue, are working-mans:s champion" "\Vh& ate '

..T.P.Hawkins, Piilatka. sentatives of the United Stales of America in Congress ,, game continued, each moment growing more And, like a thing of light and loveliness, youF exclaimed Sue. "Madami'de"was fr4
JE.Lafittc&Ca: Charleston. desperate the spirit of rivalry pervading their the reply and the disguised into .
; assembled That there be issued, under the Descends at last upon the withered brunch lady stepped
fl.B.-Goods consigned to the Agents fer- direction of the', Secretary of the Treasury, a hearts in everything, till finally, morning broke, Of that old tree-and makes its humble homeIn her carriage, which was in waitingll Ting the .
tided free of commission. Freight from Sa- the half-breed declared himself be broken. novelist to his reflections.
: .
as '
register for the barque Sarah and Eliza formerly i a mere common nest of casual straw ', b
sGnnnah and Charlestop, and all way freight a British vessel, but now owned by,Joshua They fell asleep on the spot, and the sun 'was: Lined with the fleecy treasures left behind _, _-_ -.t -II' ': *

wyable by shippers. tf T. Jones,Charles H.Jones, and Thomas Bell, ,, well up when Mr.L.,informed of the case, again By foolish sheep, in browsing near a hedge. Texas Developing her-Str rrill.-In- Mer. ) 4J .
humor it besupposedcursed
.Septembcrll,1847._ citizens of the State of New York ; and which approached-in no pleasant may [A long pause. chants' and Planters' Price :Current of'Mobile -

IN CIRCUIT:: COCKT. said vessel having been wrecked and condemned ; sacred, and caraboo'd, until Jenkins.-Proceed: Your story interests me of Janttory 15th: ;'We notice :a new'custeeer -' ; 1 .
the aroused and little
'EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FWEIDA-COUNTY OF on the coast of Maryland, was purchased by I delinquents fully a ashamed much.) 2 to that port Under the head of Sugar it is :

Sr. JOHNS: IN CHASCERY. them got off, and towed to New York, repaired, took their guns and started for Papillon Rinaldos-It is no.story-it is bitter,truth} anno.unce4.that "a cargo ofsugar.andmoUsses, '
"The Southern Life Inwirunce ) I and reltted for iea: Provided, It shall be'proved Creek, on the edge-of the prairie, about five For truth is Utter, call it what you will.;; arrived Thursday rrom.Texas7jr&ich.; is
& Trust Company -j I to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the miles off. They there discovered a gang of And in its bitterness there is a taste something new in' the trade of the''city."-

to use of Arthur M. !> Bill to Foreclose. Treasury that the cost thereof, after the pur- elk, when the Kentuckian suggested a plan of Which years of after sweetness can't wash out. From the knowledge of a friend in these mat.. .

Reed, I chase of the said vessel by the present owners, approach, which would enable them to get a I Hast tasted bitterness? ters, we doubt not'that our.ielder:: sister, ..Louisiana T

vs.Augustus I exceeds three-fourths of the original cost of good shot. The half-breed, rankling at hiscompanion's I. Jenkins.-Waiter, I should think so! will find a powerful.rival in oUr younger. ,
Poujaud.: j building a vessel of the same tonnage in the I I triumph the night previous, remarked Rinaldy.-"Waiter"-thou hast touched an sister, Texas,in supplying the extensive marketof

having been made to appear to the satisfaction United States.APPROVED I sulkily- hundred thousand chords Mobile. From a gentleman who spent'seveh ;
T of the Court by Affidavit, that the Jamuary 24, 1848.JPuELIcNo. 11 don't kill elk with my gun, but with my Within my bosom. Strained them aUnt once, months of the past year in that very productive

Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed knife"The AntI with the discord almost cracked my heart.. country, we learn that the rich soil? .of .Texas, I/-
Fin the above entitled cause. resides out of the ] 4.] pluck of the other was aroused in an in- Jenkins.-Be calm- in t hat is, called tbe. sugar lands, produces'} '

.State of Florid; and out of the United States, AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to stant, rightly interpreting the vaunt as a chal- Rinaldo (laughing hysterically.Be .- more sugar to under'the'sameamount & *
and in Cub" one of the West India Islands, and reorganize the General Land Office," appro- lenge to a trial of speed and bottom, and on his calm I think you said "be calm." of cultivation, or from the employment of the 1

beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, ved July fourth, one thousand eight hundred saying, proudly, that what his conpanion could Go ask the avalanche,just as it falls, same number hands, and of a drier and bet 44 .'
On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for and thirty six. do, he could do also, both hung their guns in a To think it over, and continue fixed ter quality,than _that of Lonis ana. Texas. eceives ;.; ; ;

aid Complainant. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives tree, and, approaching the band as near as possible Bid the wild wave restrain its violence, ( a larger share: of the riide'winds"frorn,

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Poujaud of the United States of America in they suddenly raised the Indian yell, And lie quite flat upon the bouedless sea. being farthest west and. south in the Galfot' '

and others be required to appear and an- Congiess assembled,That if at any time the num- which has a most paralyzing effect upon the an- I Demand of the loud th nder, when it roars, Mexico, the "trade winds" being; embosomeI(

iwer said Bill Complaint within six months, ber of patents for lands sold or granted under imals. To be so good as just to hold its tongue.- within the region of her sugar lauds.-#. ,Y.' ;
or the same will be taken as onfessed against the authority of the United States, shall be Off the creatures went across a low prairie.a Entreat the vivid lightning not to flash.- Mercantile'Times. v

. ;'lira.j such that they cannot be signed in reasonable few miles in width, leaving their pursuers far When such requests you've regularly made, .
It further Ordered That a of this Order behind but the latter continued their And they've been attended to, :
copy time by the secretary appointed for that purpose ; steadily Do-'you want to buy a rale prime lot'of but
certified the Clerk of this Court be nevertheless. reached the Then; if you come and ask me-I'll be calm., .
. duly by. published under the sixth section of the aboverecited pace, They bluff- tor?" said a Yankee notion 'dealer whV'hadpacket :
in printed within the ascended crossed descended. resolve ts.Will you? .
some newspaper act that in that case the President shall ,-one load '
a : fronr'fifty different '
i i'k Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month conse- be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint an uppermost in their minds, "never to say fniJ.- Rinaldo.-As Heaven's my witness, sir, wilL a Boston up merchant. places. ; to. ..
Jenkins. But .! : ..cWhat
r cutirely for six months. assistant secretary, to sign the name, but the League after league the chase and race contin- now the gin-and-water kind of butter is it?" said' the r z.qi
[Signed] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. said assistant shall be employed by the express ued, the men panting like hounds, cooling their Rinaldo.-You are right. 00)'" -._ I.rmer.. ..
1, PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, direction of the President, and only for such mouths in crossing an occasional "branch," by More gin-and-water must be drunk to-night.- chant.Thfe clear quill ; aft- madeby- my"ife'trona : : j;

do( hereby certify the above to be a true copy time as may be necessary to bring up the arrears throwing up the water with their palms; but [Exeu ?. dairy of forty cows;; only two churningsl"( tt ,

fan Order, duly made and entered of record of patents which may be ready for signa- still unpausing, until, approaching ilk Horn "But whatimtkesjt. of 8omanydifferencoj. .

:3u the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth river, a distance of twenty, 'miles, by mutual From the Western ors ?" said the buyer. .
day of August,. A.D. 1847. ture.APPROVED January 26,1848.PUBLIC agreement they took a circuit with an increaseof [ Continent "Darnation, hear that now I : 'yoU'' 4
P. B. DUMAS ahead of the elk and NEW PUBLICATIONS. guess
speed got actually pre- wouldn't that '
ax qieonlfyou had seen ,
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. '[ -No. 5.] vented them from crossing. Leagues and FAG. ENDS OF THE EUBOLUTION, .IN cows'for they are a dhrn'd sight speckeler than my

Aug. 27. lamfGm AN ACT concerning certain collection districts, leagues, upon a new track, the chase continued, COUNTLESS HE Y KES. the. bitter' is." ,..? ,.- ., 4y:
LETTERS. and for other purposes. the animals by this time so exhausted by heat; .. I
it enacted the Senate and House thirst, and, above all, fright-for the hunters GEORGE WHIVHARD. : :\
in the Post Office at Jackson by of Representatives I Th n\ijaiber ofvessel! wrecked on hecoast .'
REMAINING if not taken out within three of the United States of America in had incessantly sent forth their yells, in this as Fag endthetroo hundred.and trcenty-firsf. Florida and taken into Key Westduring: the vj' .

months will be sent to the dead letter office at Congress assembled, That from and after the much a scream of mutual defiance as an artificeof THE' BLOODY HAND.. last year was twenty,Valued i at$::515, ;'>Their' .
passage of this act, Cold Spring, on the 'north the chaser-that! : they scarcely exceeded their expenses for repairs'&c amounted to.$60,117
Washington.A ; J -
in the latter, and SPECIMEN.He stood on the field of blood!
side of Long Island, in the State of New York, pursuers speed; foaming and the sum awarded wreckers was .$50.-* .
M be and the sameis hereby, made .a port of delivery maddened with excitement, redoubled their efforts ha! ha: !. .Upon the field of blood stood he-! 904. ? .' :! 4v1az. -
Chas. J 3
Andrews, Wm. S McNeill, Martha within the collection district of New until the elk, reaching a prairie pond, or The moon 'rose up-the big, :round moon,- .H' ,. .;_I 'dr :
Acker, J u.. McNeill, Mrs. ; "sink the hunters at their heels plunged des- round as a Vermont.cheese !V Ho! ho I He
Alexander Ward & Co. 2 York, and that a surveyor be appointed by the Very Decided.-The editor of tlie-fBcstOff j.
Achd. Moutfort, in down and abandoned them heard the elephant roaring in the chapparalthe -
pairingly lay
Baron President,with the advice and consent of the Courier.say: r
B Moody, selves heedless of all else to the gratificationof burly .elephant, with vory,tusks.and formidable t -
Burnham Ann 2 Senate, to reside at the said port of Cold Spring, "It is not in man that walketb lo'directhissteps 't
Benj. McQueen, their thirst. The frantic rivals knife in brown tail. Look at the man nowlidis !- -
who shall hive power to enrol and license vessels but we trust we shall never be so'thor( I
BtUey Bowden.,Capt. F JBrigeli1en Jane to be employed in the coasting trade and hand, dashed in after the prey,'began the work uplifting his' 'right arm in the light'or the oughly deserted of all goodinfluencestsio sop- .

: Uriah Martin, fisheries, and to enter and clear, and grant registers slaughter, pausing not till they had butchered big round moon, and his face is terrible I to see. port Gelr. Taylor,forJPresident;: butsuchde.

N and other usual papers to vessels employed sixteen elk, dragged them from the water, He is a. wonderful creature, that man with the gradation'should fall-to pur lot, we pray to Heaven .

Coffee.' in the whale fishery, under such restrictions and cut up and prepared the meat for transportation big heart and little blue..,eyes. .He ,heard,.the we'may not be lest in thai lower deep.of degeneracy $ .
Joshua Neal, Henry to the fort whither they had to return deathwatch ticking inthe.wall.-his blood froze : -
and regulations as the Secretary of ) that-would require us to supporC.Dan.* ;j
Cathenrood,8amLC O the Treasury may deem necessary, and who for horses. in his vein*-his'hair stood every which'way. lie Webster an office so muchbeloiv.Jiis c- :

&q.1k1 Miss L A. Oak, Calvin shall give the usual bond,-perform the usual Had the race ended? ,Nb f for victory or .! He was a perfect picture,as he uplifted his right ceptance. ., It" [..[, ;
D.CD P and be entitledto determination and arm inthe light of. the big round _moon-Ha! of tili *
duties in the manner prescribed, death was the inward ; as Thewhitepopulation Virginia, according,
Mrs E A 2 Pollard, Jacob 0 allowed law to dashed h .f-Hohol. !.! .Hell! he.!!!" to laid before the : df that
Dillon, Jane H 3 'Porter. Joseph receive the fees by surveyorsand yet, neither had given way. Off again report :Legislature
Boa, Wm. Pond Erasmus A 2 collectors for the same duties, and no more. the indomitable half-breed,, and at' his side the *. DIABOLUS' : State, 820,935; an increase: or'So-,0111smce* j4 -
with 'duties shall be Kentuckian. arid 4'toNG'POEM'!SY t SHORTPEtLoW.Specimen. 1840. .
DiD;Jts. Rev. John But all cargoes chargeable unyielding Ridge. '.hollow,. :> *
Penny, entered and the duties paid at the of New streatn and timber ) in' .. ..
G B port ; (no yeiHng w, .desperate ,. vr-\: : ; ': i
Goodye&puiton Reynolds..Toplear York, before permission shall be granted to silence, were left behi: d. The sun was "On the'high hill he stood blowing his fingers Sam .Slick,defines' Lynch .w to bev'hanging: ;

gerE1iza.; Richard Francis discharg the same at Cold Spring;that Green sinking j-bJind, :staggering, 'on', theywentthey ;;- For they'.were: blue afr the nails and much fro. a m-outside dnirch'." steeple. tflf'seeif it Is -

0Afey Whrdson'JatncsRoll port, on the Northeast part'of Long Island, in reached the fort-haggard.. wild, .and .zen.,, .. c. ,p .!, nd1il1: i:.' .: :. :.; -I us
II 8 the State of New York,be,' and the same is voiceless, as from the fires of the savage, the First he bad flapped MS'hands. .. untier."hia. -rjn- 4 j T '. .'!
OWe .CIl Chas W' hereby made a port of delivery for the townsofSoutbhold 'ga. ntlet' of fiends. ..A crowd gathered. round' "":S!"pits-! ;- '!S' '11.0 p .The Cincinnati'Commercial notices;<1 \

()'lIeftJoft ,Joshua t. R 2 Sawyer, Georgia I and Riverhead, within:the collection the exhausted. men, who ,had arrived.together, As the brave .dunghill?cock,'after a lo J fight, ken' fellow' snoozing upon the.whixrfr jBis head { 4i

HilI, John Springer John, :district of the port of Sag Harbor,and. thata I and now, lay fainting, still*side.and side;a, longtime Claps his brpwjigaaaeoken of victory.Oh ; > 'upon pile of salt which' had tambled'from"a'

'ida1 W Scott Summerall, Rich. J s surveyor be appointed by the President, with; before they.were,.enabled,.by signs and ,but his nose.was red.'andixis teeth chatterUAs ; broken barrel, who, when"waken'ed'siudi;as he'

u ,Martha Seymore Stoddard Lewis, B the advice and consent.of the Senate, to reside whispers, to 'tell they run down sixteen elij,and the north wind b.eai their'ivory.portals. arose and shook himself-'WelJ-, sarvcs me*

RtZUy Ceo. Stokes'Jas., .B at the said port of Greenport,.who shall have .couldn't.say rokith was the,best. man!, :He'would have thrust h'fs hoofs into'his pockets.,.z,, .right: :I sinned in the: Iperrit.and: i ;'like' It's'wifeturnedintoapild'rofsa1t.
: bo Jas. TH like powers and fees, and be under the like' restrictions '.This feat brought upon D. an affection of the ,Only.that pockets he had none,", &
A as is provided :this act for the surveyor .lungs, nor did he recover his strength>Jfor'several -> THE.GOR .,PROBOSCIS} 'f; ibLt4t&
Taylor"Jno. but all chargea.blenth Rank' aui1 File mf Tl elold m': i bb a .
.. of Cold Springf : cargoes : years>-He. is still.alive-::a quiet and influential ; -
.h' Townsend,Mrs..Axey dttties'shall' be'entered and the duties' ; citizen. Mal Beeuf became very dissipated .' Or, the Terrible 4ftacko2I&kets.OTTBBWXAVtNGERP*. Getti;Taylor 4 Old::RougH,and- Ready."*:Gea:'

'&Iey, Mra.Geo. W paid at the port of Sag Harbor, before ..pennisr< and :a short time. 'Our informant : -BY;'TriK::AUTHOR' : 'Scott has received from the same quarter;a difrfertsnt '

: T ';WingateEdwinWhither John lion shall be granted to,discharge: the same at tells us,.that he has made*an.examination : 'BpiciMEif.i-: ':Itiwarafhot day Iii,3uIy ;A< jowWjMrt.. ,He. known among the soldiers q'

TtLr.Mi* Laura 2 WoodJand Jas. Greenp rt. of the country:forming thteir rats track, himself,, .little boy j stood,at.;his father's-:doqr,.withhis, as old ';Fuss and:FeatHersT1 notwithitan-: lIt' j
'4nd1wc; X AnJ.OvzijJan 2G,\ 1848. and they,:without exaggeration,.must ba'fe'ibn''IeTJtnty.jifJe fe.iiiteistinglysmeare4 wbmol.sandy.,. ding.. his great military gei1i & .s .

***** Mrs.Jaae 'Miss Antonia :- miles between the hours'of 8'&. M,. He might h havenumb; d 80melBevenfcyeraAi : : n.'L: ;
lw >nce
-, JOHN M. :PONS, P .M.4nYilIeJaii.7 AN. ACT. 'to.provide clothing for.Tolunteers in, I'York Spirit of the Times, .and'*;wishes:to kfl0WHwhat ;soft>lue eyes-iihlcfr had the:peculiar,faculty:, Wilmington':; ;C&ronicle tates- tat'm th11' ,
'f'" the service of thelTnited.St .,tes.; I, ; the t thinks of ottJ1ir&rc1aj'an; : ;olopking.tiyo'? ways toeedju,the,.extraordinary took plateltherr-1.jon,.Y da1i iWhIcKwat Itten-' .
; 1848.executed *'.Be it resolved by the Senate and'House of 1e$ :.w rthtibreedL when'compared. .with the prairie abptndance of,his.long, flaien ,hair d'ed',,"{by a!large nuinbexi' the citizens; of that'
: \'d1 1B JFJiJIN] JING;,,: ; 'rcsentatioes 'of the Urdted .Statu ofArenC4' in runners of.the West a thousand.whose-.exploits I that the'child was'"no/'common .child Just'!atI p1: Caddii-: .t .',:;.' rc_ : "-."- '.' ..1 .4PA... ..Iorr

.. ;Cng1U..assembli4zTh$ in .lieu oftheoney4whicIa : ;; xwaain untold'as matters'of-cooimon. -! t'hia'moment:''ataU'nianV with a sIniste'exprcsBionof -' r uThus has the Taylor: flag been iId.inou' .
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"Zteafl7 or at <.... "OCt under existing Uws, is allowed. to "01. cnrreAce i ".& M. Sield. ... j countenance,*" landed. upon the wharf ,midst by an enthusiastic: .popular. aoveaeot.9 .

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= .L ELECTIV JUDICI RvrMfDi'lBR'SENTINEL. i :! lf: e"S n 1nfe tl fra ogo J'" C"rue/ U? T\F\ t.r ,@J1ir.1tfiti "p'ciple ..tiSlli. ij. S IjIfw.r .
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JI H N-E ot Democr&c J f '
.-. < ..__, ._. \ .,:._: ... .,J. ..._. : .1. +. \ _.. ." _., the weakness the ;||hig side i& PapbalyJx'' J lfliRedpTha asB r.< nstitution provide: t ey 1 L t.f tlt:'. aj .b

1 away the palm 1QJ1 every other cityinthe the Judges' and !notCtHe.. people. Thetecrw. ..:' semftlyfand'not!'directly by the'people that I t .Winthroye, haTe DObje ij j.J.nHc'l
tvrice size forrtrong1falk betngs .fhb idols the Sentinel and of wg is the incumbent; dui t't all who hold in sacred .aP & 'lf,ulvrn l.p-.L t. .I"Ja.t._ :0;.; ,a
h Union, under t< ""its... >r of l regard"Oii rIg and Interests of the people, io:r. ..I!+,. ,.1.yp, .,..P1aC : .: i

and strong actions, but sometimes even Herod ry; were the persons we feared, and not the insist upon the amendment" of this feature.p 'ap.ft I.1ibethtr\Jie-1"6$1! '\

t; .will be out Herodded, and the last Sentinel has people., But, when Mr. .BUKEIXT.and Mr..SAN., : 'Resolved further y'That,.the'delegatlonfrom Southern: 'Wl g 0. rellem&rat.: ) U. +c '.

ff proven to us that there'is no limit to those great DERSoN come forwards and on their own responsibility Duval county, be and is hereby instructed to. .! ,IC f t.1quired ,b1,aonnd poltq t .f

f.: ..- newspaper deeds which must ever excite the declare )?thatr the:people have not the propose tho above ,or.:,similar resolutions to the Justie to ( lace's rth r1i'j J tiii1.'i._ '
)t' State,convention for.their action thereon. ) J'.I : <;\" I.
THE DEMOCB.ATlC'.STA: 'cONvJNTloN.-: envy and: admiration of mankind. We have ability or honesty to'"elect their Judges,'there On motion of the convention, they; adjourned errs rt'd, If a nd. 'j'&;21

t+ delegates from the rations precincts in this long perceived that.the Whig,organ/was not at was no course jtp.choosey i ,Our..finp f reliance/* Sin; le: trt i' :,u h't) ; could, :hf bfffonnd:Amon8 the, WhJSj

it county, as will appear from the report of their all the of the people andjmr.: firm. .. _GA11LE&BXRNEPresident.. : tbiereWonid.ha: v. 3. t
suited with the determination: of the_Democracy on? "'intelligence, --iS-i_ jt. ,,, *- : Jl"t !Ct ten. ;

'proceedings met in Convention in this place on of tneState to insist upon the amendment conviction+ in ,the principles of;Iemocracyde- F. LIVINGSTON l *. Secretary.V .J finding such an one. among th t Dtaocft ?ii
1: Saturday last, and elected delegates to the State of the Constitution ,so that hereafter Judges 'manded imperatively: that:we should:; sustain .1 1 j ; .p'.;a. y.IS'';.'g.J.",'a;''':_''M' ;Jlo''''''''Qeny'''.

t Convention which is to 'be held at Madison shall be elected by the people. But 'we were'not those rights and'not allow. them' insulted 'iItIt.CABEL'LiSi1tAPULf[FOE: THE: MEWS.] } tlr .t ; ec a good"many DeaoenOB: '" II ,
Court House on the third Monday of March at all prepared for the ferocious onslaughtmade by, every Whig who chanced to obtain' 'in 'i1tl'''Cabell'srdefen't**' 3* *.'?tulo.c..ft""il: calling him s eirftlmocrat,5>eo li '
to the spirit -9 f his vo 11I t
We rejoiced perceive ,
next. were
l' upon us in the Sentinel of the Sth l st.- I the Legislature. have voted for a llydmotl'retrso' Ir, ,
Proviso man ;for. Speaker.otthe House of ( L
and determination which RepreSentativp.s -
of enthusiasm
pre- Goaded to desperation,.the Whig organ has at I By evasive 'arguments,-by threats against, caiisehe nasa. Nhi;::':Herneed :hoc.'P.t' '
mush : ; a"
strikeevery sad "-
as '
"'t Tailed and consider it a most happy'augury fort last lost its temper. We shall, however, .endeavor ourself,the.Whig organ,has opened the war up-, 'failure. 'Btit'ftI'food asthe unfortunate ,Ihe.. .waS> comPel led, to, ,'-tfhLS: ,Doors;"':b7t rr > e

.'. the future. From intelligence received from not to lose cur's. on the question of an elective.Judiciary! mod- : "'t' "1< ;., .! ; '"
various portions of East Florida, it was under- certain success peaItion, Jwhich.he: ,has placedlumself, would: f in londa .
The attack of the altogether per- estly anticipating a triumph-the admit. e"' 'F ))' :iiwj fcSa : j '
The only question is whether it'would.
stood the spirit prevailed generally and ,
same "
sonal.!! He says not a word about the questionof of.aristocracy; and the of popular, these bondsi.1!Hewasioppo8edttO'iail: "=.:.:
not'bve been a wiser policy for him to have .. ..
that the Democracy of the Peninsula are disposed "
elective but to rights. But those laugh .best who laugh'last.And and conventions aad ould '
to unite heart and soul with their brethrenof an Judiciary, consigns us per- : remained silent. : .. ). $ !:? act Hid. .. I., .
dition for maintaining the Democratic doctrinesof the. drowsy Sentinel, waking in terror and of them. We confess.weal1ray
the Middle and West. Much has to be done .. I It is a very bad,sign for. .any; cause, when. 'its' .
the rights of the people. He declares that, alarm, blazes away into his own camp,supposinghe (fs.aouble-paia 6licyo'f"he n
even before the Convention, and we cannot too advocate loses his temper ; and ,takes to,calling r';.i t"; ")rfry.fAtK: .V. | *lJrJ'lj4'
for our articles commenting on the report of is thereby dealing fright and destruction Democrat.. at t e same time; .out we did|a*
our friends in the neigh- hard names; A good cause 'always injured A -. -;. -. f=
r strongly impress < : J.
) upon
Messrs. BURRITT and SANDERSON, "the fate of among his.enemied.. 'pose i'e:wouldsacrific;torahthedeaxesbinterests ; .
boring counties the deep importance of a striet by such a course,-it may be defended without }.CIr.
Haman will await" us. And furthermore, the : : : or all :
defeated f. the use of a single abusive epithet. It needs
Without it be '
we .
organization. may Whig editor fears that in the indignation of our CONGRESS ..TAirdlYef.BecaT,."tlthoirgklffra; :
such aid. 'For ,
should no a public to
with it we never can'be. Every county man stigmatise'suchof
f readers at our unreasonable and unjustifiablecourse i In' tho House, on 31st January, Mr. CAHKLL avowed, Wilmot Provisomari[ : }and, fijiA"enemy
his constituents as- think
have executive committee with to .
: an power maY proper '
I in venturing to call'in question one single offered the following resolutions, which were to-Southern 'rights, .to&J Y6
rftJt: :
I r correspond, call meetings, raise funds, &c., &c., to question the propriety of,certain of his public ).! for
; sentiment of such lofty individuals, whichwe agreed to: norse in voting hun,. ,than oneTft _
and these committees should be immediately acts, as --"hypocrites,, and trsi'-and to : .
t deemed militated against all our preconceived Resolved, That the Committee on the Public Democrats had done,in Toting for...tha

chosen. We trust to learn very shortly that ideas of the theory of our Democratic gov- Lands inquire.into'tho,expediency, of proving charge them with "impudence1 and disregard bill,}and the'biU'fornhe:Anriexatiutt; '-
such has been the law for the and of'propriety; decency and truth-is' to the T<
I case. that these Democratic readers by survey sale of ,eo -much of say which'contained.the' 1
ernment our ja 5 ;
t" 'the public lands as have been, or'may Hereafter least, in very.bad taste. .It is fairly presumable *** ; *rr1.?**-u.1lf
"might withdraw subscriptions be returned to the land office of:the United tliat' Now if,this eIet'l'e: Itlsav 1rtAt
THE ARMY.-The Floridian gives the substance however, Mr. Cabell would., not have ;
t. For these, and a few other similarly polite attentions States. "unsaleable, as the settlers thereon for his doing what he ought;:rDOtto hti.'loht.
dated the 11th ult. in this if he had
!. of a private letter transgressed particular not
on the part of the Whig organ, we render shall desire the; minimum price. If some Democrats had I been .!
: r from Puente Nacional, stating that Gen.TWIGG SI 25, per acre. felt that he was "cornered," and had no .chanceof ,* r 1 h
our acknowledgments and trust we may duty as Southern meii and
>t the \
; haul
is organizing an expedition against Orizaba, Also- escape, except after the fashion of the,naughty ,bit
speedily have an opportunity to reciprocatethem. tend away.the:rights.of"their
Resolved That the Committee Commercebe ;conetita
command the on little fish whi naturalists ents.tot
and will take as a portion of his tell us,- emits a
t' But we beg leave to assure the Sentinel instructed to inquire into'the expediency.of Tarty ends,' it would afford *' poor:a}yy jfe
JOHNSON'S black to obscure the vision !%
13th Infantry Major A. G. regiment. fluid, of its pursuers,
t that, to use Prentice's quibble-we have no intention having a oustom-house erected Apalachicola, Mr. C. to follow the evirerample;
I i. It will be remembered that Capt. CLARK'S company Florida; and also to have a, marine hospital erected and thus secuies a'safe retreat I Whether: the ,. : .JJetalf'fdl
at present of being "executed on a sin- say his apology is ''
I forms a. part of this. regiment. At the at the same place. black fluid, which.Mr. C.has thrown in our eyes, "nD'.lpqlfnrr titeztj7
: gle string," for the gratification of any Whig is a lame .. .
One -
date of the letter a court martial was in session, In Senate, on; 3d February, tho ;following will secure his retreat, the people of Florida ; : : ,
editor or any member of the Whig party,-and. But is it true 'that :Southern
,', of which Lieut. A. S.UAYWARD., of this State was private bills relating to citizens:: of Florida,were must judge. any )
that our Democratic readers will hardly follow in Congress ever did,tots.for masuta
Advocate. passed: The question between Mr. Cab ll and his : any &
t, Judge
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the disinterested advice of the Sentinel, and ilar to the
A bill for the relief of Peter Capella. administrator constituents is a very simple one.; "It is a very WUmoiPtoirisIrentureti tiL

!-, TnE COMI-LIMEXTAUV: U>,ATI. TO MA.T.. LORIXC: withdraw their subscriptions. : 'of Andrew Capella, deceased; and for pretty- quarrel as it stands," and there is no occasion without. the slightest fear sueceseful contnSf.tion .
If it were not that we supposed the Sentinel' the relief of John Capo; and for the relief of that noSouthern Democrat
which is to come off in this place on Tuesday for his mystifying it. He is charged : m Con'grtwxttdid
wished to little excitement Elijah Petty and Hannah Petty his wife heirs of e
get a healthy
up so vote! ,TheComproi:
considerable excitement in ;J
next bas produced
r John Beardon deceased. for a Wilmot Proviso man, as; Speaker -
the with view towards its
little place and we are happy to among Whig party, a A bill for the which slavery was. prohikied. rtVof Sji:
our quiet per- relief of Charles L. Dell.A of the House of Representatives, under the :
.' ceive the enthusiasm has extended itself to St. salvation during the next Presidential election, bill for the relief of Richard S. Coxe. influence of drills and for purely grees: 30 minutes,.and permitted South of'tk
.. party party
Augustine and the vicinity. We anticipate a we should wonder at its unseemly show of tem- In the House, on the 7th inst., Mr.. W. HUNT, ends. latitude: has. always been satbfactorrlf yiSouth'j +

7' large attendance from .those citizens of East per, and still more at its extraordinary want of I offered a joint resolution gf thanks and an appropriate Now he. does not-he cannot deny, that this I! and j we have'been, and are'stUJ,, ,,jr iPi<

: Florida, who reside nearthe St; Johns', and common sense. Like most of the Whig political medal to :Major Gen., SCOTT, for his charge is true. He admits that :Mr.. Winthrop to abide by it The.whole of Oregoai VtrU

f from the preparations that are making, can assure documents of the day, including Mr. CABELL'Scelebrated gallantry, &C., in Mexico, which passed with, is a VVilmot Proviso man ; and he admits that, Of 30.30.t ; and_ therefore Southern iii

: l w welcome and meet- apology, it seeks, but rather unsuc- but one dissenting voice of lug tb the were right
them a hearty a happy that Giddings of knowing this, he voted for him, because he was a compromise ,I.l jO.
l cessfully, to avoid the true question at issue, Ohio. tent to to the, slave
and exclusion of
: ing. With the ladies, flounces, furbelows I He agree : .-'
f Whig voted to place a .man in.the influ-
fti 1 : and the and, like an Irishman in a bog, to put its foot ity..:.even if there he the ib'
;ti dowers are the order of the day,-: expression I 1METHODIST ential office was remotest:)
of Speaker :who has declared that ,
I that be firm and
on every thing promises to CONFERENCE bility Which there-is ever
of anxiety and excitement upon the I not-that.its coaE
Congress must prohibit slavery in territory .
I steady, although some sudden disappearance occasionally The Florid Conference of the Methodist any be introduced there. it
faces of the portends an extraordinary is plain :
I J3o.
managers .
we may acquire from Mexico,-though acquired t"'. .......
marks its want of forethought.The Episcopal Church South held its Session C. must 'have been hard
: effort. Our Ariel shall be onjhe spot to give at the South puhed\Yh n.\b: lrdeavors
by as as the North I Againstthis
q some account of this tribute to a gallant soldier Sentinel has misrepresented us in several V Waynesville, Geo. ; commenced the ninth and :. to persuade us that V he has discovtred s

Q particulars. In the first place we have closed the thirteenth of Andrew Wilmot Proviso,-against this daring:out parallel betweenthe'yote. "***
and fellow citizen. Bishop .tjnjthe: .Orego; ,.D311.
never abused Messrs. BURRITT and SANDERSON.It presiding. The following is a list of the rage and wrong,-thewhole. South, ,and'particularly and tho Wilmot Proviso. -r
I .
I our own State has entered 'a solemn '.
that have these well ,
THE WEATnER.-During the week ending on says we pelted mean- appointments. for the present year: lIe is not more fortunate xhea. be'. addader:;. '::;

I Wednesday evening last, the weather has been I ing men with the worst words in the dictionary'and Quincy District-REUBEN H. LUCKEY P. E. I protest as unconstitutional, as subversive of the case of the Annexation- Texas- ta' ,

some that never got there." Quincy Station-Simon P. Richardson.Albany our rights. and as a usurpation on, the part of ; prove
i z exceedingly pleasant and clear. At 7* A. :\.1 I that there are 'ot ltr sinners as welTas hiiosdf.
J. S. SeuIJ' the Federal Government. Yet Mrs Cabell, the
\ :/ the lowest point shown by tho thermomete; was I If by this the Sentinel means that individuals Blakely Circuit-Moses.C. Smith. sole Representative of Florida in the House,has On the annexation: of Texas, the Missouri w !font-

1 41 on Thursday the 1() inst., and the highest I II who arc elected to the Legislature, arc so Bainbridge '" Samuel W oodbl1ry.Ga voted to place the great advocate of this odious promise was still maintained'', and'..slavery! is

.. 67, on Saturday the 12th. At noon, the lowest i high and exalted that no one of the people can sden Wm. W. Griffin.: .there existing j.yet Mr. Cr' brings it forwafJfi
I Wakulla c; To bo d- and daring assault on us, in the Speaker's chair _
': : 50, on Wednesday the 9th, and the highest 70, comment, upon their published opinions and Spring Creek \Iission-'l'o suppli be supplied.' of the House of Representatives This is'the an example to show that Southern :DemocrKi

i : on Tuesday and Wednesday the 15th and 16th. acts, we grant he has made his point. But we Flint lliverTallahassee u are sometimes bad as Southerh'ly '.l
i ii"H simple charge against Mr.Cabell, and, on his ownshowing
j At 9 P. MT the lowest 49, on Saturday the 12th, have never gone farther than this, although we District-Ix\ L. POTTER P.. E. ', he is'guilt y. What.must.we &\y to such reasoning'as this

and the highest C3, on Wednesday the IGth. have expressed our objections somewhat bitterly Tallahassee Station-Geo. Fagg. a Is it worthy of any reply tteIt ,
T Leon Circuit-John. Mills" Although Mr. Cabell says, in his defence:- "
at their ultra aristocratic views. When Mr. "
seems hardly"credibler that gehtlenui'tfAir.
Ii {: As Southern I a ,
I Thomasville Circuit-John Penny. a man most 'cheerfully.gave myvote
GEORGIA U. S. SENATOR.-The Governor of BURRITT and Mr. SANDERSON, in- a Legislative :Monticello "V- To supplied. ,for Mr. Winthrop, and mean to make no'aplJl C's. intelligence'should fall into Inch gross

3 the State of Georgia, has appointed Hon.H. V. report, expressed, as their opinion, that the peo- Madison Robert Hownen.. if" he make elaborate errors. He quotes'hhnself the co&ditio&ttt :
ogy for yet, goes on to very 1
>> JOHNSON,United States Senator for that State, ple had neither the intellect or honesty to elect Hamilton To be supplied.. which Texas 'was admitted,. :ia'' thV ,folloi%
for it but in which 1 shall
Withlacooche apology en '
j"" J in place."ofjlon." : W. T. COLQUITT resigned. their Judges, we thought it was time to advocate Warrior Mission"John Slaide." deavor to show, that he has most signally, failed words:' '{And sucl;*,statesas. may. be formed|wi

;,.. Itt Democratic rights. The fact of their being Leon To be supplied.. to exonerate himself from the censure, whichour of that'portion of said territory lying'Songof!

I. WIIIG .NATIONAL CONVENT1ON.-At: an adjourned Senators gave them no particular immunities in Mary's District-JAMES Ihnais,1'. E. ."impudent and hypocftiicaP editors have laid 36 degrees 30 minutes, North latitude,eonua i-.

3:; meeting of Whig members of Congress this respect and as we do not live under an St. Mary's Station-John C. Ley. ly known as the Missouri 'Fora Pry 'al+ h
him !
:) held at Washington on the 3d inst., it was resolved absolute moparchy, where there is a censorshipof Jacksonville u Alexander Graham. upon be admitted. into the Union! ,, witfc crwto J }
": Black Creek Circuit-W. M. Kenedy. .Mrs C's. apology,-which he says' is,rio apology -' : f '. *"" r yCA
e' J that the Whig members Congress recommend the press,we claim the right to comment upon Nassau '; Malon Bedill. and in which description of it he will find slavery, as the people ot,each State.asking: ?
::. : .. to thcJWhigs of the United States to hold all the acts of our public men. Brunswick 'C G. A.Mallett. and G.: C. ; : mission,may desire;.'andiii such State or States
a good many to with him is' founded I "
: Ia a Whig Convention ,at Independence Hall, in Clarke. agree shall be formedout ot.S1 TerrismidMiissouri r
y And, secondly, the Sentinel brands us with Holmesville To be First,-"o/t the sirperiorftress and qualifications'of as : S : >

t: 1: the city of Philadelphia, on the 7th of June unfairness and imposition';' because we did Irwin ThonulsTaylor.supplied. Mr. Winthrop"- Secondly on the :fact ."that ofsa Compromise hue- ..;.slaT ::oric-_ '
t. next. An effort was made to have it meet inCincinnati Wane voluntary servitude. 'shall be prohibited. r .;
Messrs. 5 Mission
t., not make complaints against FORWARDand orough -Nelson Conner., the greater number of Speakers have been

<' ALDRICH, whom, it alleges, "stood side by St.Satilla Augustine c'"; Aug. D. Russell. Southern men ; and'it is good policy and justice After quoting the above'Plain'lan g isge,'Mk
;.:- John J. Richards.
side with Messrs.BURRITT and St \nERsoc." We for the South to elect a Northern Speaker. C. says: '-This w the true 6onas.pdet Wdmol Proviso
Nennansville District. '
K zU.P.1tE3t: : up have never been favored with the opinions of Newnansville Thirdly because althouh Mr. Winthrop is,a !" Can it be possible that he did cot faoie
Circuit-L. G. .
to February 4th. Moore and Harris, vs. A. H.: Lesley. ;:
these intelligent Democratic members the Columbia better than-this ,The Texas "condition"-
upon s. G. ,
Childs. Wilmot Proviso man and as such an enemy ..
dismissed. &Moody "
$ *
Cole ;Writ of error Hopkins Jft jF t n.f i
"' of court below subject of an elective Judiciary, but suppose Key West Station-E. L. T. Blake. to Southern)ights-th Whigs 'did. no norse, mits slavery-South of 36:30:. .., TheW!r I lm, ot proviso
Arthur Burney--Judgment Marion "
vs. that they may have hesitated at the change in Mission-George W. Pratt. in him than Southern Democ- excludes it altogether North,South, Eak
reversed and cause remanded for further Benton Franklin! Stewart electing .some. ,
our Judiciary system, for the same reasons Hillsboro' 'i Joshua Caraway. crats had done, on former occasions, by votingfor and'West,-from1 all Territory1 whichf m T:be

', proceedings.Union'Bank for use Charles Morrison, VB.Ic- which actuated us upon the appearance of the The Rev. P. P. Smith was appointed Agent the Oregon: Bill, and the Annexation of acquired from Mexico! The Texas.ijtI. ( ii'

Governor's But if the Sentinel for tho Fletcher Institute and Sabbath Schools maintainsMissouri tWil
Message. meansto comprpnujv -
? the Proviso!
Texas which
contained same
\Writ of error dismissed for want of ,
;$,; insinuate th these Democratic members believe '' 'Proviso it and insults the
bond'for costs.MCRaeny tt Stripped of its rhetorical ornaments< ; :and polite mot repudiates Southy
1 with 'Mr. BURRITT and Mr."-SANDEItSO DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION.. by declaring'thstshesballharr"rigLion participa
Johnson & Moore. Writ of error epithets, this'is' the sum:and substance of ".
dismissed., that the people have not the intellect or honestyto The delegates from the'different precincts of 1i's' "apology" for placing'. avowed whatever,:in any ierritory!' thatiaay( | w>?

elect' their own he overratesthe Duval county, met in Convention .size shed her blood -aad:ipWfc
Judges, entirely according to quired, thou8h
of in Jlhe
Walker Anderson, vs. N. II. Mitchell ,Dismissed enemy Southern rights Speaker'schair.
credulity of ourself and the Democracy of appointment at Jacksonville on the 12th lust ; : her treasure itt acquisition I -:,' J .sofr 'c:L
on motion of Appellant. .! us examine,them. in their.order:. ."-
the State. Mr. FORWARD and 'Mr. ALDRICH, and were organized by the election of Gen.CHAS First.The" Is it aSouthenrlnan, and a Bepr entatre" Morrison, vs. Whit ker. Writ of. error dismissed superior ability and qualifications of

for want of bond for costs. notwithstanding their first objections, will al- BYRNE, President; and F. LIVINGSTON, ) Secreta' spur Winthrop; 'iilrsC-:having b'etter'opportuni- a Southern .constituenoy. that speaks\UiisJlan,

ways continue as,formerly, to maintain.the full ry. ? Is it possible thatMr.;CabeU.belier
than i guage
r The cases Armstrong, vs. hickey,and Ran t ties; ,_ourselves,of formingacorrecA J lid g-
: ability and honesty of the to elect their After an explanation of tho.opJect made out'his' 'aadftMif'ketti?.
people of the convention that he has case,
continued next
dolph TS. Whitner were ment.on,thll point, we.willnot; .dispute it. But
term.. officers of every kind -whatsoever, ,and'to repelall by the,president, the following gentle we must inform Mr. C.thatwitwinneverrecon- get the|eople5ofJWida! to)sw ow such!MJ

such base imputations as'have been brought men were chosen to represent Duval ?,. f .1.e' that I ft |ielwveilMt
county in : tradictions ,
order cite I
On the 31st January, the following was ; the, people lofjFldrida'j to hisVq[ .'to"tell.. '
forward members the democratic State, ; ry s ; rs..:"?, .aM uch'3 miracle *","'*: '
of the ish'
prominent convention
by Whig .to be holdenMi them ;;: ; he has I can accomp : ; j'4"-1 .
4 entered. thatenemyjiiftjwhpse .powe_ _
party. In. this as in the former charge, the the, third Monday. in.March next, aiMadisinCourt ) the opmto of: Itt.l; ST.'JbBNt .
Ordered, that depositions in a record designed placed them, ii'an able, and,:unflinching}one; ;
w Sentinel artfully dodges the issue. We blame House,' to wit :. V ., ,..... I .n.-
i for this court be, so copied by the Clerks of for ot'this they'-bave ,alrwdylhAd 'BuiacrMiin&teea.witn '! : 1' .l\ N -.u-:; &. '

the Circuit court,.as that the answer of the deponent the authors of the Senate'Judiciary Report for der From'&. Johns' Bar.;-Col. Lawrence; Aman-: roof. hd P').' packingt.J"f" t to"f most"InflaeItip: t <.na i+"ix.u.L \) :.;. IDENT. ... :; ..., .
; .. ..
: .. ,
.y attacking the intelligence and of t "'-"J <:'!'''" 014" .k.J -" \ { ThcUn niflf Frida states that aMrJSe'Chairman
the }
shall follow and connect with the honesty .. ,From A Utigniats and hs eastimgyotes .
question Cedar !
ooP'leS"butnot'forrepresenting Creek-Col. John Broward,Chas I : ; of the, (;Committee Foreign i<$eifr.

'proposed to him, and not, as is the habit, p fairly'ections Broward, Jr., Jefferson PiBelknap: '. in favor" of. thev. same.. :,'paity f i" (nddin .::rabid. tions'iriLia, speech.that day:ill thofSeJiate,lam,

make the.questions and answers separate andindependent that come within the.scope. of a popular government From Jacksonville.-Augustus ,C.'Gillett 'FV 1 as.- hecould''<'-t of t-have* nif'iV Ierve I -their;* f. -iAt--.J'coitrse. ? clareii-"that thel>resideiit was anxioaJtoJfflftJ'a

each other. They took high' aristocratic grounds, Livingston,Chas. P. Cooper,J. Foreman;' 'r'' -.' thus U: furbettor h ihan lkirVintJbop..l.hasaone.u.! l"t t treaty of peace with,Mexico thit{he jwizKrfL
From Malu1ar n.-Gen. .. .. r$
and consequently Democrat can feel or think Charles Byrne, George1From t <> 1" for ubthiaffbutit! fair-and adequate'iadesiaityV
I A. etty. "1 'J <.w 'ti&tond1Y :JBecausej thegreater uiluhet'+o hlIe; that he.aevtrlweatforthewhol.IOez1st'that

WHIG 'CANDIDATE.-From the past and present with them. We have no doubt but that ;Mr. '.Black Creek and Clay -Darling:C.-: ,Speakers of the ap..Hoiuei>haw'bew. ul Terri wenjr:; '; he disclaimed vit-and that beii lf.eiMl''

;;, r declared opinions of the Whig press, it FORWARD and Mr.:ALDRICH"'will'sternly advocate .Prescott R. Dillon, Joseph Finegari, Thomas and it!!iaed,( "o :"end;t rite ttir t"i8iiitl..tli'el ,preserve, as he had'declared inbianationality ..

i: would seem anTlmpossibility for them to unite the rights of the people against any Whig Hendrie '$>, ,[ e ii a'NKJ j! er #N ow .>i..i$ ',ita, ,w<:irorth r ofiMencn'3lrSevIlJ'dif: .d "" eJ _'!'

is hotter and hotter usurpation.whatever., ,0n motion of Mr. Gillett, the following'named : : tt; that >the;President:; ..wished,.,indeed, ,asl rity;
k on one man. The war raging gentlemen were appointed a democratic- ..we'agree:withDIf. Cabe > :i goo1PolioY' for the future?'llfid that hewtwldwith .f .1\I.

:, and the friends of either. TAYLOR or CLAY But.the ground attack of the Sentinel, according tral committee for. Duval county during:.the; and it/i nothing 'batl'ustice''tO.{elecfln maldng' 3eaCe itJi such a stably govja&i ;

must be -sac Iific4 The Charleston Courier to the ,modern principles of Whig logic, convassiog for the next fall elections ::i"*/ 'w sometimes. *. ,. .:,{a* northern"rtwr--* **t'man* tV'-'c far*< *a1er.jif<-'<-t'But ment as had eist ol&der Paredes; ,anttthat ;

is against the person'and, not: the subject. He Col John Broward, Gen C\aa.Byrne,Mes8r: T .jt'tt.":"!}' .'it he would makeas; treaty Yltlb..ucIC.1 :
ay's. ,. Lawrence Thomas have the Whigs"mon... .... ; |Jj.their3NorUienxfriends a
us'bf 'Ryan, Ledwith::and Benjamin "' ,:D ;ment as the <,with Anaya ,aslth*
having formerly the prue
accuses; '
says opposed
'One of Washington correspondents project F"'lSbee.'a : one friend: advocate of the constitutional '
d not r -
; : *J ?I -i4W.! Y"S n.a. is* :identp and Trith>thejC6ngress ol.
in a letter The contest between the Clay men of ate e1 ectivejudic'and! of having chan. ,The following Resolutions loflrer-fi theTBoutKI t bo
;.wh re.the ; rights c f they confess: ,These plain and :'simplewitK'aU de ...r
And the.Ta, and'out of Congress is ged uponreceiTing orders that,effect: ,.This ed by Mr.Jack,-and adopted by.the.convention? :whit we' havetalways{'cWrge qt'r'i g i nitb t ; th 'hoaCity'oftilltbl in his counteaaac.'

: becoming,:Tery"vehement. ;;; It Itbodes'ho.; good to is another wanton misrepresentation b'f the'Whig tJlesolaedi tThat in the opinion of theDeniocrai' : '''It. ,.", !I ''. "T.V"'t ?!P 1tbut4whicii and manner;.blew: l ilti "elisps':

., the Whig party. It'must either end in a feud, | It in' itself tic convention of Duval icountyvair; responsibleofficers'should '.theyhavebere **fordeaied<*>>JtV-3 at 'iwhlch} 1tr;:Ile 'IJflso: 11P; t:
argument if the ,
or in the withdrawal of Mr. Clay-a thing organ :is no ; even. Deselected f ,alf thf uc, ors h@ shiest ';Aboliti hiss; '
"r r : 'directly peon .< rja. JP 4 ,t rif )) will giv e.confidence::ta thetuiion iataecoun.and : :,
tY-': : vrhich.cannot happen." j facts aliewere true. :But as, unfortunately pie,, ;and;that:>consequefltly lrour jcoastitutiohi thcyaike thepErasc better j:are lll'shoot t PrtP viewautrttheadmiaiatrat'; 'N _L

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r-thQ oi'r"tGARBt1S1 FERRY; face baitbaUfefl,1'1.dg WIth him the" ;jti41;.ft ; ir'-r-f.--.a.: v 4" : .
CUt(1- f .w' 6.rl
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,v reTi6a' Aliwbo nOti A 1 .J' .. OTI"E''fOIAPPLI 8. .J f 1trtt4
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'j4s nt iil ei i j. : u th. w L t&'lJV\l f 11
: (thk i tHe r-l's'' : l .1 t .of. the .regiment ocarce.l jrears: : in.:1i :ga : i _
'llieeting : :.olge1 JorgefuI'.of.eVerythingrsavB.that the' jYelcoaw young Hero f'ih toils f ;

:;ft'e nieror settlemcnts, ted( flag was in the dust, rushed forward,Sid and No more" the clarion iottadi the dread d aKrbTo l.TJf 1-Permits,ware, granted for Se&le&tnt. tOIl hadsioMciwert, ',. t eoM tH f I.

, : jOth day Februaryj j 1848 at the Long ,raised 4it; shaking ouUts folds,' 'Uni forward Ji h .eamdt. i J. t"ihr. ''1.datur "f/ IIPel.razEsLt. .f j"ti3 Jl m it. 'f :8 kmi! d .WU. 't .,1 t it. 4 l'OTIciFIS'heh
fl ? ":- .II t ntl.1 1. t'1 .
.- Dillon ,Esq 'fbr'the' soof to thes assault n.atunned for a # s.2 i.L r \' ), 'I.'' # "b < j'1h. tit"applicants'abotaUoirM _tt' hi l'
Richard '
.'JoC rf. purp rnomeutised JeW and wiping the.blood .t'yJealousrobl'4theeofan 1" -{ : i_ "fb1l0wln "dtcrThed Townspiza .,bhn'duly'itUhl 6I .
'the iojirtetyof i.' H
I t4 into consideration ; which.minded him"from.his eyes, saw,the flog 'v ip. f' .ttr t ltg r. ftb 'd'm' Genra tth 1)1 tf''ri3i d'Offldeta Newnil1'Ft 'tt e Ptcii4t. .

ratIng against nUt aeratonJn., the placed in his,charge, om \.r ds in advance j,he ;" u.... e.tpyth6tjte. ...... ,, __ !t1f.;:., bf 1d'A.'for the'provirif th'o'flct1" that the&ttl:7ne2it iaFB38 S&Si l' .

'StalU Mail contract between Savannah, rushed forward, bloody. azidghastlyiitli: his ull new ''_to.aecktay.youthM brow j particular quartcr'sectloh:upon *hlch It W lotttedVera the Jat oirtx lt< thi'1 Wiia .

'tJ Pal&tks E. F. .rounds( ,, and seited 'the,love<1.,banner, and, in !Thy native State pomtspr dly to'htr son / descifibed Id tnejanaexed'listl'..Tho e'apnpUcaiitSj eft'-* -h se"jWt' f 11i t1dD 1io( t! < { '

t ld his peculiar language exclaiming.- .-.-."I. am And.'says"beho1d mirlsjewct now.!"JI these'tovrrishps are1'requestea" t6"file' Irith" tKo R .glst dR'iidlf t'N f i ll.ft In.

hnaotion of Francis done, Esq, Amaziahcqq.i mth. adozen'dead men yetf?:and, wounded as f''b k-, :' '. '_ HJ.LJ ,1J.. 4 .:on of before'.the'aid'dates, S, satisfacWry"ptoo t-XnMt' ,-'thei1M'tibb,, ta* wmentionedw : j h lr
:; was called upon to act as Chairman, le.was he carried that flag through the remain :;All'join. ,to honor Dow thylaur1'name' ,' <"1 f'Ut "" '. "** Li'. N..n ":"* ;"w- .1'' -.'if ," i.x, ,' H $7; } A.h .ur. ..t'jTiKuf|> ".df

was requested to act as Sec- der of the,fight,until it waved victory.,:This j'To1 greet', a'pleasant task.Wfeef;;' ';S.uifaPrwfJiould: it "'hpplintImor&d1intrdst : owri f daWVcorrobmted Wt eTteifitto W ftt' Hf; :
dLLE.Hyams, 18 but one instance of the devotion of citizens.of Wc d. and. competent witnesses,whfch. proof'should state all thVmrticnlars'as to'ih* it I1r
'ury. The meeting having been called to or.'d' foreign birth. Others might be (riven. I breathe with pride th'deeds martial fame settlement _M _" -!'*'UI'.;.:-* J "* *-.1 <*. "' ? '" -1.."
stated the of I When in fire thou :wast batita1tdcan .out Unless th4 inlhe filei'oii; J" <.- '
the chairman briefly objects proof fequired foregoing. |S or before tho ( & ti I.ffli t: .

,'' whereupon, on motion of Thomase [From the N.0. Picayune, 6th instj 'steelGod ,. '. cants,Will forfeit all righttit,'aid:liint the Lan \naaer.their Perm .,: !W.f'J : < j.

ty E91 the chair was requested to |i.jjfot LATER FROM THE CITY OF MEXICO.The speed thee in thy glorious cnteel tTnwnabip.. 'IRan .1- _'Ih Dte.ooor;b.fart .hichtheproofol'uttj.nenteirasj g i

a'committee, which consisted of the following brig Widgeon, Captain.Stanwood, arrived And Fortune thee with wave _.. .... 'U" .. .-. < 1 ._. .v:1 e filf i. pd the;p">iftulVr uactdncribedyfNoTEAThe .

-George Branning Edwin last evening from Vera Cruz, whence'she waft' propitious. Twr Bty hree Sou h.. .Eighteen! ,East: It.-t. .J orJsnry.6th 1849: J Z14xsw 1J }i

gentlemen: ; sailed on the 23d ult Though she is no later !. And shouldst thou fall,a Ration's hearWtetUear: .Twenty.four,' ,doy 't,'.Eighteen ',. ( do Utij .\. 'tl' t do'v "do ""F.'puat:11t.: 4 [

c11en, g B.'Thompson, Benj. Frisbee and D. from Vera Cruz than one previous arrival, we Will then_be.shed above thy soldier's grave* lwcnty-threodo' Nineteen, ud? .. .:) -ft. t ,' -do ,If' 'don t d .t J r.I Jfl I.
C.Prescott) to draft such preamble and,resolu.o have by her bri accounts from the city of Mex .'FLORIDA.. I ;Twenty-four .' do. ;Nineteen.: .? ,do _. :HL t. zt f, t d do'; 'it ( o. 't ILtW h t. .

they deem suitable for the actionlof:. leo to the 19th January; which is six days Jacksonville, ,February'nth,.1848;. 'particulars as to thesewement ;should beth, tions ; later than the advices ,
Editln I
brought by the menced the'kind of ctiltxvatednumberof" &e iA5 Uivation
The committee h cd, and crop Uhf 'kln'd.'ortenmeflterected : 4 or
this-.ggtjng. their chairman The British. courier arrived from' the city of Rhode' Island.- The'Whig- 'State Cone t1h -number bf,persons composiiig thd family-"discrimlnating! between adulislino chlldrearoales J
time j through repOrted Mexico at Vera Cruz'on tho 22d This .
in a tnort nIt. voted that' Mr. Clay is the'tirst choice'of the *- and'females-whites and colored. "* ,'' ;;( r SAMIfa'B; TJSSELLj Register. 9;t
folding'Whereas courier was robbed once on his way up to Mexco JOHN PARSONS Receiver.. ." nii-< to. .
&e Whigs of: Rhode Island 'a'a candidate iII the -;-" gi.
and twice on his, "way down;; but he lost .IIAItD N Florida February 5th 1848r' v Ii
heard that the Presidency. : OFi'1CE :1aDSTillti 3t .,,
*e haTe present none of his correspondence. ". ..1. 1h." t
of the steamboat route 'from8TLiatO __ .______ 1 1 .. .
inafi contractors The express man who took up President's Tax Assessor'sTV"OTICE c't .-J..I..J .1 J ., .- c f
Palatka made'npplica Message tor the American Star murdered 1 : : ; -. '
was ..Notiee; : j'iJ t ,t.11f \
to the post office department for their boats on his down. NOTICE Is hereby given that tinder and by : : .. .. I. fl
tlOD touch at this place, one way in each way of the'articles of Copartnership'eu. is hereby; en to all persons having :. '1n J 'tq \
to Our correspondent writes us fromVcra Cruz: : .1. 1 taxable within ,the county of ,: I.J ..h 1i't 3 t s'A
property j
:1 in their return from Palatka, and not teed into by'Jam! B. Cole-Darlin Prescott, : .
vix: "That there their ;
are propositions on "' -
peace way that the subscriber 'will attend to all ftt-
from Savannah) to Palatka thereby and Benjamin Wilson under the firm of Cole, Orange, ; / .oil.
a their way mail for at least, to; Washington from the Mexican Government, Prescott & Co on the'19th.ot August 1847 :the returns directed to him. Address to finter. .5 'JZ:. t> JmL. 1. '
out of our thirty -
keeping us there remains not a doubt But no one here ,,: ,.
East Florida "
the inconvenience of the mercantile said firm is dis lted by the cgnseht of the un- prise : iJ ., 'i 'iJ.
ioMS to great interests of this place and has positive information as to the true character dersigned, constituting a' majority of the said 'VIRGIL R, DUPONT, ta; Assessor P.'t- .X r.. .4 i'ILOflfD&LAWD
and agricultural : of these propositions. Some one of the and.Collector the' of
'of SALESoiV1LL I4
and whereas upon representation of irnr. James Bv Cole alone is'authorized to set- ;
interior thousand versions chance be .
to the
office may correct tie the affairs and to receive all 'debts due February 19, 1848 '4t' ? bo-offered for .sale at t : t
the facts to the post department, we believe one." The letter from which this is extracted up { Auction OJS. .
be .to the late firm. JAS. 'B. 'COLE, V V the 7th day of March 1S48atJth.
such consent will not granted, as being is dated the 22d from Vera Cruz and from a $30 RE1V ARD. i :
contrary to the contract made by the Postmaster source which We rely with confidence.The ,D: C. PRESCOTTj !THE above Reward will be paid fof County Site ofBention'.eountyrEsf; jFlorid* t .

General with Messrs. Fernandez & Bisbee, American upon train left Mexico for Vera:Crux Garey's Ferry,'Feb. 7,1848.f .. the apprehension and safe delivery.tome ( several trailts of Land*In.Townihtp *21, ,Range l klg :

last July which compels each of will hereafter continue t CHARLES that and In ToWnshlp 24,Range 21. 7\5 Ii.
and McNelty, ou the 14th of January, and Major Van Burerij : of my negro or
their boats, carrying the mail, to deliver it at of the Paymaster's Depai tmcnt, was in companyas the business on his own account, and all persons .he be placed ill 'Jacksonville .Jail,. so On the 14 tb day of March,atliaCMt.In- ':...\..w. t I; .1 3")

this place, both in going up and coming downthe bearer despatches. The train was expected indebted to the late firm of Cole Prescott & Co. that I can get him D. A. BURLESON. Marion county,Sub--ttacis -: ''0 (H1d' 11 ;

St.John's river, from and to Savannah, Ga. to arrive at Vera Cruz about the 1st or 2d inst. will make immediate payment, and those having 'FebruaryT9 1848. 2t Township. ,i; nange".20j.ce. ". _. t

ffe,therefore, submit the following resolutionson No news of importance was brought down by demands, when due, will present them.. ,- ti.13' 'o' : : :
the subjcctrto Hon. Postmaster General, as the; British courier (which has transpired) save Febl9 5t -. .-. JAS.. B. COLE.. WM. s. LAWTON, .14' f ,; Li:' :'ii tAt
tU remonstrance,having every confidence thathe that has been made Mariano -
by '
due and iipronttnciamento DISSOLUTION r ACT t AND COMMISSION MEP.CHANTjCharleston Madisott Court Houses.tstt23dMarcb Thurtday hi. 4 ;
them all consideration. .
will give proper ...
Avila Governor of San Luis Potosi. '
: ,
fllHE Copartnership: heretofore existing under S., -I' \V'. ,, 1_. :' .
C, .
be it resolved "
Therefore, It represents the opinions. of the peopleof JL the firm and style of Dell &Russell is '. :. S Ctto t ToWhanipS.'iaRanMrE7 3TheSB
the contract of MesvSrs. REFERENCES G. Jaudon Jacksonville
That Fernandez Esq near
Ut by -
that State as well as Guadalajara, this day dissolved by mutual consent. The '' '
&Bisbee and McNelty, with the Postmaster and Zacatecas in to E. F.;, Gov. C. J.l\IcDonald,.Ga. ; C. M. of23 1'. :'lV t .: is .t"
Guanajuato regard peace, business of the late firm will be settled by Philip w l' Id'f f
General they ire bound to deliver the mails at to which they profess to be utterly opposed.It .- Dell. All those indebted will please call and Furman, Esq., Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F.. H. U' 'V to 1t. nf. 1T' '.. .' ..

tiarey's Ft'rrY)08t office, on their routes from calls the other States to Elmore, Charleston- S. C. ". : 11 t.ce
earnestly upon cooperate make payment. PHILIP DELL NE ot26'; 'i!' :fe: i
| ; ;
Savannah Ga. tu Palatka E. P. and on their February .19 1848. lySTATE I *
with them in organizing forces to defend SAMUEL 'RUSSELL. u E'1/ 1: -j' "; q ;: : t_

return from Palatka,F.F, bound for Savannah, the country, and to levy taxes for the Flemington, Feb. t9th, 1848.. 3t' OF FLORIDA 'C W 1'/-of 6, '1 1".8,: .} .r,' ..._. '
til,as they arc paid for such service as is specified support of the war. Our correspondent at Vera .I. t ? '
At Jefferson.Court House
by their contract. Wanted MONROE COUNTY.Benjamin .,..on. '
Cruz, from whom we derive these facts, attaches '. '. .' "7L :'
2$. That we are as much entitled to receive very little importance to this pronuncia- A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, as a Tutor in a Megin, } ;t S: .I--* ,- ll : t I !

cur mail I'rgulal'lyand without delay, as the m'tito. The Governor of San Luis has long tl_ private family, one whose qualificationsand : The46fNkafr3'; 0Ii T. :.H% ". I.t i .4

citizens are at any other point or place'on the been playing the fire-cater, and the people of moral character would recommend him for Thomas Taylor,.Philip J}f In Chancery. Ie Ec ors" bn3 .. .r.t. ..J'' .5.hJl IU :

route.therefore, the contractors should be compelled I his State are so fearful of being invaded from such a situation. To such an one a liberal sal. Sawyer, dJa Filor. j W OfNE f1t ;r'" "..: t jt\
to deliver the mail twice each trip, here, Saltillo,or Tampico, or from the city of Mexico, ary for the service will be given. Apply to IT appearing to me by ,affidavit that.Thomas W MofSE.Mofll ".. '. l' '.: : ($: t'd 'fIe

as contemplated by their contract. that they are eternally urging the people of OSCAR.. HART. Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in the .s t JIJ 1'f,' .! t

:31 That in no event, if the contractors application other States to unite nnd carry on the war. Jacksonville, Feb. .19, 1848. bill filed in the above cause, reside out of the N'3ot 6' :2"!, ": '''C_' J } '. ;
for this change- in their schedule be State of Florida and that the said Thomas ,' '" I
As the courier which came down was exclusively TaIlor II ofN '
Orange Sheriff's Sale.BY EM vI'U af3 2 1 .
implied with, can a complete and thorough resides in and that the said ..
for the British legation, we have nothing virtue of a writ of fi'fa, issued out of the Europe, Philip 1ztxs.--01le-fourtb casl1j 'the balance. la 1 t
tmnection! of the mails from the East West and resides in the State of
in the of Mexico. Sawyer Mississippi
from our correspondents city '
three annual instalments-with
Court for the of I ad- i
county Orange int
fiaath he kept up with such regularity and facility It.i.J Ordered That said defendants
The Arco Iris has seen letters from the cityof appear'and Or
will expose to public sale irv front. of the CourtHouse vane if any PUrcW rl Should prefer t4'I f I'
as at present.4th. Mexico dated the loth January, which say answer the said bill, otherwise it:shall be. alt fife : ; .
at Mellonville, in said county, on Tuesday pay cub per I cent-HlTw'deiucteil.
That the
by contemplated the .
change, as positively that peace has already been made, the 14th day of March next between the taken pro confesso. from the Credit instalments ( "J .I is'r
outractors desire, we will be deprived and and it adds that people of truth assert that the It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Or- ,t
hours of 10 and 2 o'clock, forty cows and calves, Lists of the particular tract!\can 'be1I11 by?
kept out of our wail each of the boats I
trip at der be in in
Government and the authorities would published some newspaper '
very to of the Post Masters Benton1or
of and applying
one mule one yoke oxen, one ox wagon' any m j
fast 30 hours, viz: from Monday and Thursdayornhig's the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month I e
shortly be transferred to the city of Mexico. 1 '
Levied upon as the property of Algernon S. county, or" they will:be fhfnished,1 1 .
seven o'clock until Tuesday and for nine months in reference to'theaid Thomas
We have been allowed make extract
for letter addressed'to
applied by 1.
to said writ with cost and interest post-paid 1i
friiiy at one 1'. and then on tho arrival of Speer, satisfy and week for four' in :
I' Taylor once a months
from letter received commercial "
a private
by a
thereon; in favor of Archibald H. Cole. Property THE STATE REGISTER, AT.TALLAHASSEE, FLA !
tltmjwJ Wiai"ot answer our correspondentsy house of this city: reference to the said Philip Sawyer.. JOHN .
the, same mail, but must necessarily wait for pointed out by defendant JOS. B. LANCASTER BEARDgite'
VERA CRUZ MEXICO Jan. 23 18-18. Public Lands the State \ Ii .
JOHN SIMPSON of D/Flp-'t.t
three' until the next mail : .
I1Y say regular day. So. Circuit of Florida.THOS. '
There is very large and valuable train which Sheriff Orange county. Judge Tallahassee! ; Nov. 13,%: ;3 crJl
5th. That the mail boats cannot make a pleafur leaves in the morningforJalapa. It is compos Mellonville, February 19,1848. 4t F. KIN, SoL for Compl't.Key -_._-_'._._ ;_ ;o"U.
this change on the ground that they ere West 19 1848. 9m
ed in part of Government stores and property February : S. lUarsbal-Sale.f J1. 1"
pressed for time, to arrive in season at Savannah Nassau Tax Collector's Sale. ,.
belong to friendly Mexican merchants. It is a virtue of a writ of-Fieri Tacias :issuecl i f
or Palatka,oy the contrast, they have am- more valuable one than that has yet been ON the first Monday in May next, betweenthe In Circuit Court' BY out of the United States District Court ," i.

ple time,and always arrive many hours in advance the road. A any force of usual hours of sale, will be sold for EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: forth* .Northern'District ofEoricJal rrebt r:
large guerrillas a-
theselmlule time, at both placEs.6th. upon bout 900 under Col. Zenobia are knownto to, be the State and county tax, so mnch'of the undi. COUNTY OF DUVAI/ IN CHANCERY Josiah'Gates is Plaintiff* and Corneliutp Taylor1 J I L

That such u change us the contractors vided interest of William Hickman and others, Mary Moore, ) Defendant have'levied u On.arid'ihaU1 :
the road attack it Gen.
waiting on to
bire is against the interest of this community, Twiggs, who is exceedingly anxious, to chastise of the Waterman lands, us will pay the sum of vs. S Bill for Divorce. the first Monday in November between J. I.'
u derogation of our right* in violation of the and the and Henry Moore. jri' .
this noted has adopted the following seventy-five dollars, cost charges the hours often a.;m. and\two/pXm. of that 1
fresentiuul contract, and only intended as a de personage, his The attending the advertisement and sale thereof; having been made satisfactorily to appear day expose public" sale-'iri.front of thrXJourt ) .
to 4'
ruse accomplish object: _
cuniary benefit to the contractors they do guerre unknown the subscriber and by affidavit that Henry Moore- the defendant -
gucrrillos have their spies in this city who will boundaries to : House iff the City OI--lIJatkoBviUe: A1I'thS"riglzttitle
:1111', the lightest pretext and without named in the above entitled causes resides ,
.UpUIl ALSO, and interest wHich the saidCornrli*
the of the train which will ,
sifficient C.LU8C leave out this place on their report starting On the will be sold much of the beyond the. jurisdiction of this Court/ out of
turn back after going about three miles on the same day, so us Taylor had on the 10th"of May/,1843/ia and}, 11"i
wy up the river, to save time and little expense.7th. road. Meanwhile the escort, composed af two lands of Mrs. Fleming, and A. Low, as will pay this State, and in the State of New: York' there- to.thiefoIIowii, tracts .0t"1 landj.yiz;-.r..l ?3s&i .

That if the present mail contractors per- field batteries two companies dragoons and the State and county tax. The amount of thetaxes fore,'on motion of Gregory Yale* Esq Solicitorfor :' A tract onf the St.John's. River. near-tit a
14 in their application and it is granted and said is dollars. The said complainant,. e-Pdl
road and due on lands forty mouth of said river called. .:Tractt9
four of infantry will leave the endeavor t
carried into It is Ordered the said
effect that the citizens of this lands lie on Thomas' That defendant appear situated
the Fleming swamp. land in Duval County State JTlorida-fj
and ,
to come surprise guerrilla U
jtee pledge their support and influence to any force. The Georgia upon Independent Horse Riders A. J. BRADDOCK, and answer the bill'of complaint of said complainant and bounded on the Nort \ ,by.the St. Joh '. :1 j
positiOn boat that be started on the Tax Collector N within four months or the, same will
may Lieut. Anderson, are a part. of the escort. sau.county. River,on the East by Sherman's Creek,running f I
note.All. _._ February 19, 1848. be taken as confessed against him with the meanders of said Creek to King'aR0e4 1 .
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of the above resolutions, after being sub- OU1TUAIIY. And it further Ordered, That a copy of this thence along said road to lands of Lewis Mat--

Jittcd to the meeting, was unanimously adoptOn AI aril mi Tax Collector's Sale. Order, 'duly certified bithe Clerk of this Court, tair the *West 6hnfs5riw ij :

d When good men die, their merits ought not WILL be offered for sale at public outcry, be published in some newspaper,printed within thence; on runnm.. by"the\8ii the .
with riVef 1 :the'.pldce of.
motion, it was resolved, that the Secretary to pass unnoticed, but as a tribute of respectfor front of the Court House in the townof the Eastern'Circuit of Florida,once a week con beginning tIne tract 'conforming'to"Wtpliti7L t :
departed worth and that their good exam- Ncwnansville in said county on Monday the ; r
nsmit these proceedings to the Jacksonville secutively for four months. Gi1b'thI .
influence the conduct and actions of within the surveyiaade by Zi C. : file J3ti : '
Jews; for p blication. ple may 14th day of August legal hours' THO. DOUGLAS, 'Judge. 1 .
Circuit 'decree
those who survive them it is becoming to declare of sale sufficient of the undivided interest Johns' Court) tinder a off jpartl.1:
a portion ,
There other business, on motion, I, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do here- tion made by the St. Johns' Court'i t i
the virtues of the honored dead who will of the following.named in and to- .
meeting aujuurned.AMAZIAH. persons by certify the above to be a correct copy of an 1827 and 'six hundred JAlso l
about .
COY Chairman. still live in the esteem und veneration of suchas certain tract of land known as the Arredondo order made and entered record in the above containing' Acre -
i a1'tract of known
the Forbes
land Tract
M..E. UVAMS, Secretary. can appreciate the value of a name unobscured Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due,thereonfor entitled.cause. in said Court on the tenth day of '.bounded, the.Smtth, jy' lands as f
on belonging toLewisIattairon'thIWez
by any blemish. This was the enviable the State and county,for the year 1847. February, A. I)., 1848.
I lot of one whose decease his numerous friends and all cost and charges for the advertising andsa.le IN WITNESS I hereunto set by the King'sKoad ca.
DESERTERS IN THE U. S. .AR IY. WUU.EOF1. the Mirth by the North;fork of ShexmanfcCreeU
and endeared relatives have been called to thereof to wit:
[L. S.J my hand and affix the seal of said the frthtliiinouthofsaid
to mouth'.th and
The friends of CoL George ,'. Morgan, of mourn Mr. GEORGE GIBBS, who has recent The undivided interest or portion of Blooxl- Court. OSCAR 'HART, Clerk. Creethouh'ofaniiilebfthe f. .

Ohio ho ly departed this life on Fort George hlund/the good and Thos.Tilleston., '1848. '4m -
/ so gallantly distinguished himself in February, sea, about one.mfl'jth of the"'St Join'Light ( :
residence his B. in Charles Jarris
of son, Maj. Kingsley Gibbs The interest of A. -
the Mexican campaigns honored him with a House,'and on the Eatt by the sea'beaeb/t* :
the 83d year of his uge. He has descended to The'interest of Noah Jarvis T1TPI2. FOUNDRY, _
public dinner at Columbus, on the 10th ult. the tomb full of the honors and blessings a The interest of Jeromus Johnson 59 Gold, corner,of Ann street, .N.' ."York. to the cf place of made beginniiig1 oshuAoffeetn'fil11in -and conforming t..P'& .'

the Colonel made and virtuous life, having faithfully performed all The interest Alexander Muir. plat survey by :
an eloquent patriotic subscribers have taken'the Type'Foun the DnYal Circuit Court,1 undtr%a-:decree/f.r .

leech on the occasion,reviewed the whole war, the duties of a good citizen, a just man, and a The interest of M rdeca.i Myers. THE and will continue the business lately 'partition of.the\Duval County.Court :in,'1839' ,' ; .
sincere Christian. He at time of Mordecai ;M. Noah for the
wag one a highly The interest ,
and defended its origin and prosecution. In conducted by Robert Taylor., They will attend :and confirmed by' the Circuit!L Court!of tbv ,
respected merchant in the city of New York 1846 and 47.
years receive'.with.
the to all orders they may punctuality of 1S47con.ztainingabout'on ;
tturse of his remarks he used the following and among the first who emigrated Florida The interest of Ichabod Prall. All the : maiwfaetured County Duvalj'alHhe May Term
and dispatch. Type by tlwusand hundred and
Hoage in relation to the deserters from our immediately after its cession to the U. States in The interest of Aaron Peck, for b8 years. them will be Hand.:Cast ; and they"will'furnishall sixteen aereseach tract being seven a part'of. the '

&rmlJ'about 1821, where he had continued to reside ever 1846 and '47. ? Materials of the best '
whom so much has been said in the kinds of Printer : qual. Grant made by the SpsnishOvernt'tAii
since, and during that time he had filled situations The interest of Cyrus Perkins. Overend is.still, in I"
T. .
uiepaperw:- ity.. Mr. J. A. employed drew Dew es, oS the;;3rd i jday of Sepem1f'l711aaa ,
of trust and responsibility with ability and The interest of Rogers and Price. .: ;
I I superintending the manufacturing department confirmed to'hiswidowdcrs .
Colonel Morgan said that he felt called integrity, and without, .at any time, giving The interest of John N. Sayer. who-have not'advertised ,' ,iJiqIlJ.d., ok :
Proprietors newspapers; thg4thday of May; 1604--said trl Jlr .
tpon ,
Iquotlce one matter;which had'been knuchpresented. cause for dissatisfaction to those under whomhe The interest of John.M. Seaman the. subscriberswho "
,for publish nuiiofftbs.hiccli,1z
may thtwn'ot1razza4: the steam saw "
., .1t is charged that all who de held office, or such as had business with him The interest of the heirs of ',Wm. Taylor,:for' 'this for three saonthv will be entitled to Jokr .
wed jnotioe d'the.scitp;on'which. tth* St.
the }
standard and the had as an officer. lIe possessed excellent the :1846 and.'47.' :
country they very many years receive;pay in type' on purchasing' fivo time Light House stands. .

JJJJto protect, were citizens of foreign origin.! traits of character; uniformly courteous in his The interest of Wm.Thorn',,for-the. years 1846. the amount; of.their bill for advertising.. > ,e ..ROBERT MYERS.Marshal/jjt rl"Jmf1"r .

here Unt71.C' Ifc 18 true among these traitors intercourse with others. As well as just in his and '47. Old Type'taken in exchange for new at J> etaperlb. I'I r 'By his Dep ty G. HuMrBaKTs.-. ,
.Ytte he had secured universal and interest'of John Townsend, : n
and Germans, and citizens dealings, esteem The at1..J! "<\
< "
lOrn u.S.JMarshaFs$ Office \ 7 'If.1J '
?other ands the of them'were and no one was ever heard to speak ol '.The interest of Israel Foote. "
torn yet mass respect, 17: The-Type with which "NEWS0;is f St AiitIneSept.17, 18"7. 1.---1 _. ,
weo undetth e Protection of the.fiAghey de- him but in kindness. In his' life and ,in his The interest of Jesse Delano; printed was-cast at this establishment. ..aWHITINGTAYLOR < J N. B.-The reservation ofQuacesicT"%!i' '

i H their, and, tM m, the land against which they.rais- death he was a beautiful example for imitation, The interest of Shivers Parker or..0V M.'.Dor. .. ding' : the'Light'House,1 will Jrsrb?offered'sileTb'abOTe

oua hands.: The deserters were. exhibiting in the first the happy effects of the >' Successors to Robert 'anotth""Vreinain gd.- ..(r11 ;
? fi1ieI (' land from virtues be and in the latter the,sublime man.The interesCof Alfred Deforest or O. M-Dor' ** -* A- ,
.any -they were all practised, February % 1848, 3m '1n. mto... : Ii d id .
.1on3" repreS nted in the army. spectacle a Christian hope and resignation man. . .. \ U'111 '_ ; J j.'l: '.''- .w..R.. '1)- .
Th&z1 foreign and his children and to whom of L. :Wafte.'or OM.. -i : ..Execut r'sNoPCC: ; .;;'," .0 1' .e.Thi "
, l*11 bet b.-6! soldiers. the army, none ; relatives The interest Benjamin. r : : the lri '"** blood is more,f f eely gpili than his death ham:: afflicting dispensation, have the, Dorman. ', :' .' 'vThe TO kLLCndi*. Legatees and persona .:first.Monday in December bitfa '- f.5",:V. i

fi h'tIld German n-the -same class;f men soothing consolation for their loss in the con' e- interest. of Barnabas Osbura/. for'tb.' 'entftletrtGdb&ibutiout* having claims ?:Proceedings tIn this.cause 1i11e ,

by moral traitors at home.with tidh, that if there is a reward for.the good and years 1846 and '47., : ', against he EataUf!of Jacob Snmerlinnlate'ofColombia stayed; by".'the Court1' tiie B'IU* of thbod:S1t'. ,

dsertiug the flag.or their adopted country.SUr .- vhLuou8in. another life, he is now its The interest of.Thomas C.Doremtsr ; 'county,:'dC se.N otWe'-'i \ r b'giveiitht vis'I4i&ttW .lunU". .!." .poneu.. .U-;'- .

Mthhflot born under.the protection of that, enjoyment. |COM.] The interest of Rufus Davenport.The If d -'letters'testamentary. ,;t v .. ''. ) t 1i; :
pangled Banner/ Hone love it better interest James Suydam. : .l the said' deceased, vere granted 'O- i
yet :
or upose their Jives more eagerly in its de- MARINE INTfLLIUBNCE. The interest of John!Rod nan for th .years. :18tH day January.1848; tiythTudge:of Probate .. T t-OM..I11..::r., ." .4 J. ;;, t"j r'IJ "t"mtJ t- :

feace. i .t IJoto otildiUpstiteIil lie 1846 and,'47. ., ".' j"" 'Y1 ;/for saidtxranty ef Columbia 'i1t t i of Fh : -.' 'i1'i' br, i 9 'c.. ..-:.. .! ..AAH'1
: ( ''.f hid eho FEBRUARY 19. Thomas Dexter marked on' and that'ill:'a LUnS mf'U Di ndrWill Mbe'barred "[S bere'by iYt t r'aW perso5,cone tJ1 .4g .
k:* _..,?c. for icasopthat had struck PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, The interest ,as ; (of ) the'Estate of Zephauialt Ji :
mh'ft '? of 'said Grant not knownrfor at the ena;;fttr yto; fromti r day 11'
U 6 with'Jbrce. a gallant Irishman t. the map owner visees'JaVdgned
T heirs de
. etaidard Bearer." 'objections Vcre_made by ..ARRIVED.Feb. the years 1846.ahd 47. J.**"? *** ,, t" tlJr.. Testamentary,unless filed as tht Jegateftgjj or.i I
\rd ;Execntorr
:1 id the 8electjcii; .. tidi 1'that It.fltttisti ., ISthU..S. Steamer Wnt Gasfon, Capt -The:interest'of'S mi Murphyi-fortHe years ] ,. PP..I..i.a'wlW Liin.ofICh .at hoo.,." .. :.K.>' _.r_ .
., 0
: SMI'WWSM: .t tt 'notI : 1l' ; ao. 9 .
: .
/l n/ .all :11
the : ta'an't n'.to Hurbert, 24,hours from Savannah, to Fernandez 1846 and 47. persons .t .l.D't.' ;be1O1te :
'fI1Qoi mepcan--o' Of years claims'and demands igamst ffipaldestate,.can t h-IIY........ 1.P .,. to.. 1""f. .. .weJ .
b01'1. 'I1\V iJi him If.ild 1c ttM.) & Bisbee. t. The interest Hetory-Dudley/fojNne > ) 'A' '
( x
? ti. ot
t1t .
au ThoA1al'fr."heX1 Ifto < ... e n. .. Jte.v
obje be rendered to { '
i had In oflhe Feb. 16thU.S.Steamer OcamulgeeMcNelty 1846 and If _
no weight one 47."t .',.S' '. Itlt.11 r :le iifc-rft' jnomehtT tfhen the from aannahl Fernandez &BUbce. The interestqt'Geerge rJ.p F'Clartt: for1 the ... 101..1LI... U.AI .tl t; 1'.74 oJ 4hs J '_' .fol pj .
a.J.i'll'Cf !
j tia.1 c 8iwoa *1.q i *" NJ <; t. 'TI O no.n I .. .*., .i"
\ Ue rdLge4..heJierccst..o-a.t the dark- ,. : ,CLEARED. f: '. : ,' years 1846 rand 41. 4 ,'' t. .t.r 1.;" S'* .u i'd 1Ji' SLI .
.. l'arid I Ih" ,4 ott conflict. Hurbert 'THO3O.'ELLIS,1t Shtiitf" f. JOEN.SU3I'41 : :'iaz,:! .
'dakrW9 Feb. 15th ,
., fesurf v ',whttt deuthwftrf; : Steamer. Win.-Gastonj i 4"ttl! : tqh. WflROOK I ,1t..1A' pUTt !:
'J :: Ex flScio Tax Collector .t i J 5T4k'
I" r" L :
; W th.rank4tIiebaulsrattlingOngit : Savannah. t' aJ.'t' l".h taM j'
the : Sarannah na<*,r, H !rzid4: Tot Alachucounty.' xec t01'4 t the sa.1d tat ;.t.:.1 k L l. <
thinned .
ranks.oflhA 18tb-rrSteamer OcamulgeeMcNeUy; *'
ftaent re- I Feb. or ? iJaeksoriftireIFeb.l2,184S.\ SiUS '
? : 9a "
-v* ill r 184& "..fJ11ft:6 'i1r.t: j:' S AUigatorFebS&ary'5t5i848. ;
etondard-bearer struck juf them ; : j--- s- February .


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4rst of Aay last, aid is now believed to be in cult Court for tie County of Duval,Eastern CirV A.STEm 8AW MnJttnpar Co Yualm ,jrUb.; .,"1'I'Toun.v"t '(ca> w."-'it enw' .I. D
..,'Ad P4e'idLi'E '" .. coit of Florida' in which7' :.William'Campbell is itS" ft.t;: b i1er kx: Banils;"machineryandwhich Hhe''gmtestariirmc I &' .uieifui'. medicines; .l.d4e&o! : hiiiub bJ7'ii11y %"::

_ t L! iJt:2d.:: i2S'o' : plaintiff, and John M.J. Bowden, u 4eferi4 ap dn .t.m tei htt f:14na: ; Po everdiscpv red. "If tot' f btioli tfttaxybuirith -.; '

I; 1\ "' J the shoulders, I havelevied.upbirand :WIn expose,for sale. be- said mill stands' ,'lying :situated,,and.. be- a'ldng"'and'-tircSbme' advertisement,'; .Groceries] ,dwareEroTIsO) a.r..'
'u1e1.'t-'m0:: : hair fore, Court House doorin the,Town ofJack- i ng Id the:county: of Columbia i'about'two milesEase4 'which?th :1 I' ; .. .'
6 ut *x:feet,;. ; ? aady butllay befqre you'thS f tIOnyofthembstrdpeetablefaniilles !rAred.,t&6,.t t. .
rr -.h od. r itooi g'.. ..face.,:.round, complexion ,sbnviUe; \&'e suth'dayfof.Jtlarchl I :So11thtton 'the Town of Columbus, ii'.t! o' United'States most, :prices.- IJl .: .J4 4 -1.; .- :... ,;-lJ# ,', ..
U ': blue' hiLt s : ,184Sthe following described.properttowIt'1aN levied 'upop. as;:thepropertyiOfHexekialxiA., ,They are now
JUghi'prjuindy, ,iaaa eyes cpmplainsof : of my c ifica ja&frojn the dty of Savannah, pTle&:t4 _
hoarseness .Slave,Mary, aed bouti9.years..,,! I Nasa and.MefrickBarnes; ito satisfy ./wn Lot Hides'and
breast:, and, has cough that ,causes' : where"I"residel-many from y oiir.own State, ctherpvpducehlgh )( 'CO' ;
-dresses genteel' and when! in this: neighborhood ', Levied upon'as" the proeyof1said dpfenj Fieri 'Facias; issued 'from 'Columbia' Circuit dwliere thetonshing M< clii -i f """"' 'Io diis J 8t' ke iat 'Jif i Jt1i
Pres- I dan and to be sold to'satisfy said writ of fierIfacias. Court in favor pf Archibald.iH.vCole James'B, '. '
pused himself off as a Cumberland : success ) it hal rveditself to:be 8U :on.ebnaigniients :thel

tytenan EreacherT-he also professed belong THOMAS ,LEDWITH. .Si) riff Coleand' ,George Vff'Coe,,partners,,& f the Old Fellows Society. From the account : : Duval. C uty., :A.Nash arid Merrick'BarnesVAl40Wj have J4J;:
to ', ,"' ( 1, "-$ Fever d' Agnerwhlch'it.wiH; do hi the very Theyr a- J1e1r. .ericl of $ :L..
:given us. the said Eubanks was arrested near'Tampa Jacksonville Feb. :>, 184& < short space'of Twelve;Hours, it has ne'riVeen. Pl uhs-t {' U{" 'li 1cP ...

't Bay, in East Fterida, ,for his miscon- IIEUIFPSSALE.B : ALL THAT'undivided.third of an undivided known to fail 'to effect a certain cure. The! the attention tt'Pt 1I1Jackson1il1etNol')6Jf184& :.,;.'.......

I i 'duct; and. as he passed himself for.J. Rober- VIRTUE. a wriofFieriPaciasjs, fourth of those two'sections of lan<:lying,situ- Medicine is a harmless and a tasteless one; :' ; .. Vi _
hfi. :.Montgomery by the Court of the Eastern ate and being in the county of Columbia, East '
aon, was. brought. sued out of the Circuit which,will make' it themost: popular Medicine '. : '
_ ri Benton Florida the the Florida, known as lot number, ; five, fractional $& 'CircaitEA ,1 't
_ \ heriff County upon Circuit of the State of. Florida for in.the Southern I States. The Medicine con.tain '
that, he Jesse Robetson who 1S46I section ''twent.four, township number; one, TERW CntctnT ).FL Z Jk .IIr- '
supposition was : county of-Duval, at November Term, mineral. preparation whatever. but is a _
_ %as charge with forgery, and:whe broke jail will expose to public sale, in.front of the CourtHouse 'range number eleven: containing ,.one hundred .ham1css.Vegetable,matter,only.. T.o.IlantersthisMedicine ;] ,. 'eounmL ComrrjrJ J..q t.t.

in Montgomery last spring; but, as he proved ,in the Town Jacksonville,in'said: county 'and'eighteen acres; and lot number "six, township : is a valuable, preparation,. as it ,Sarah, Hunter. -.. !ty( : CUuj.,
not to be Jesse Roberson he was set at liberty: betweenthe and NDgefas'aooTeeontAiDlngl' one hundred vs '
on the first Monday in :March xt, cures !all cases,in; :twelve hOUl'Slantdoes not '
,. and we have reason to believe he will make his legal hours of sale on that day,the undivided and fifty three} acres ; also all those lots require any time to be,lost all that is to be Elijah'' Hunter] ) !m 1 ir'

_ a.t ,way towards East' Florida, as his health is such right, title, and interest of SarahAcosta in' of land in the town of Colunbus, viz.:-lot number -, done is to take,the Medicine;and to go;to work. IT-; having be n'made to -

_ *s to induce him to make his way to a more two certain tracts of land, one'lying and beingin forty-eight,lying,situate and being'between.. To the Rice Planter a valuable Medicine .;faction of: the,]Court,that Eliji .....:;

_ I Southern. circuit. the Mandarin Neighbourhood: on ,which she ,Broadway, ana.Cypress; streets, and between as it does not containany mercurial or minera'preparation the'Defendant in theabove;:, Dam '

SAMUEL S. S llTrr. now resides, the other at the head Boggy :fourth' and fifth street- ?,fronting ,on Broadway whatever .and is, therefore,. safe I sides out of the'Btate'ojurisdiction 'iju(

f hif THOMAS J. SMITH. Branch near Julington' Creek; both tracts containing one hundred and tenfeet, and running back to Medicine for those who, are liable to exposure.I : of thb COUOOU1
H. J. HARRELL. Cypress street one hundred and fifty feet lot ington M. Ives Esqr ? S
800 less. The said in- ; liclkrtf.iiI.
acres more or beg you, do not let me, have to tar, you soften ...
'0 Caaaba, Ala, Sept. 18, 1847. Nov 26 terest of the said Acosta in said tracts of land is number thirty-five,lying and being between with advertisements: certificates &c. It'has I, plainant' -

;' 812 REWARD. levied upon, and will be ,sold at the time above Pine and Magnolia streets .and between second already proved itself to, be what ,say it is, .RJuOrdertdf That the said EliIi:.....

t,: T WILL GIVE the above reward for the apprehension mentioned, to satisfy an' execution in favor of andthird streets, fronting on: Pine street and the greatest: proof is, every body, is recom- b4uiredtoappearand.& _
J William pointed out by ,one hundr..and ten feet,and.running back to ants bill ot,co ..jtoV diinfoiafi, '
and delivery to any jail, of my Campbell. Property ending it to be the ,only certain and speedy .
t negro slave*Charles,, who escaped on the morning : Plaintiffs Attorney 'Magnolia street onohundred. and fifty feet;- cure for the Fever and Ague. All you have to Divorcepro coiyaso will' be taken u1:
1 THOMAS LEDWITH Sheriff D. C. Lot number six in the present plat said Town, fl if nrtfli,Di.4it Th tie UT'
of the 4th lust, fropi.the Duval county do is tb ask your neighbor what he thinks. of
... jail at Jacksonville.: S of black By A., W CRICHTON, D. S. but comprising in the original plan lot number Humphreys' Remedy for Fever: and Ague, and Order duly certified by the Clerk otCZ tiS

.. complexion, about 5) feet S or Qlnches in height, Jacksonville, Jan. 29th, 1848. four' lying oh the Eastern bank,of the Suwan- of course, to be convinced, you :will try,fit at. bc' some B.lmpapet**i.i
river, tand.fronting on saidriver fifty feet least I the..EasternCircuit, .',ofconsecutively Florida; ,...
'L a.adabout25yearsofage. hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof ....
Sheriff's Sale. .
and running hundred, feet and Lot for
; '
DANIEL JJURLESON. South who either Doct. ; _
Carolina will call on 4U1'mmonDthl.-
'., virtue of a writ of fie fa, issued out of number five being western half of.said lot ,
Marion.county, Fla. B P. M. Cohen of Charleston S. C. or.myself in '
the Superior Court for the District of East fronting oniaid river feet and ,
I Jacksonville Jan. 14th, 1848. ;twenty-five run- the city of Savannah and either of us will give Clerks Office,Grant Cnrf '
; Florida for the County of :Duval, I will exposeto ning back,one hundred feet ; also Lot number : Cohts i4 Co'Ji }.t
I for twelve. 'and if it does not r
sale in front of the Court House in the enough .cases, cure
f" Orange Bluff for Sale. public five, being Eastern half of said lot,.fronting on :L STIRINO 8c.&JLBOJLOUGBiClerk jj
ten out ottbe twelve we will refund the amount
: ._" 4 A FARM, consisting of 640 acres, situated Town of Jacksonville in said county, on the said river twenty-five feet, and running back paid for. it. You are, to see the Medicine taken: 'do hereby'certify,the above tojof tr. ta ;
the ,
first in Octubernext between
.::c. on the St. Mary's River, Nassau Monday legal ; one hundred feet; and Lot number six, front- as I have directed. an Order duly; : made.and, e&t td,of .
hours of sale on that day,a certain negro female I ing on said :river feet back in theabove
fifty entitledOcobezA.D.1847.
running one
j" county twenty-five miles by land above the rains useJn.\ht 2MJi
the the
I Owing heavy during past ft
slave called Chloe and her child takenin ;
town of St. Marys. There are upon the premises George, hundred feet, together with, ,all and singular I and which still continue ,all.the lowlands \ ..; ,
the of B.Lan- summer j
execution as property Joseph the buildings said lots., in
on Known the In WITNESS W_ _
;" a new framed dwelling house, of seven pre- are under water which will cause,,a great 1"I..ha'YeJl_
I ..: woms, with closets and other conveniences on caster,to satisfy an execution in favor of Gould, sent plat of said,'town as lot number six, with I deal of this disease on,the :Rice Plantations, ,, te set my hand, and came* tK e aeil..

: the Northern plan. Also,a new kitchen, storeroom Banks & Co.1847. THOS. LEDWITH Sheriff &c., all the appurtenances thereto appertaining,said will be tO'your advantage to procure- a certain [L. 8.] said Court to be hereunto mDl,"

;I &,. ,carriage house, workshop, &c., all in com- Aug.The 27, above sale has been to buildings comprising a: dwelling house forty and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applyingto 25th day of October.. D.1847S.SCARBOROUGH :".J
f:& postponed feet
two stories ,
'p'le'te been built about square, high,'a store once occu-
repair having one Cle
year the 1st 1 in November next. Oct 8 either of my Agents or, myself. Ask for: ,: .,
I,' since. There are about 30 acres of land under Monday pied by! Loud and Sadler on the lower floor, HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND Oct 29, 4m, _
above sale is until the
nThe postponed with piazzas above and below also a '
Improvement. The dwelling is pleasantly located building AGUE.
first Monday in December next. Nov 5fjf used as a warehouse the river State ofFlorlda'fluval: ; : C I
on the bank of the river having a fine water fronting seventy
Medicine is for sale the following
The above sale is postponed until the five feet in by To wrr r To' ALL TO'11031, uIsx:
feet in nn
view In front of it, are 19 bearing orange length, by thirty depth, named gentlemen who the for ,
are only agents '
,; trees, (besides others younger,) from which a .first Monday in January next. Dec 10 twelve feet between floors, and out buildings, I the sale of the GREAT, SOUTHERN REMEDY,whereit SHALL CONE GltEETJHQ.> '. \ .
Iff The above sale is postponed until the first kitchen smokehouse stable &c. Also the T7HEREASEphraim Taylor; ,hasT
crop of 8000 oranges was taken the present sea ; will be wholesale
found either at retail
eon. Around it on either side are apple andpeach Monday in February, next. Jan 7, 1848f3r South-East quarter of the North-East quarterof or V to this" Court,'for'Letters of Aura,
trees.. The above sale is postponed until the section nineteen and the South-West Country merchants will make a handsome pro' tration of all and singular; the Goods,'CbtiA
fit .this medicine. A liberal discount
first Monday in March next. Feb 12 the Nor h-East. of section nineteen by selling I and Credits, which were of Jacob Bryant 1i&
:' The health of this location is unsurpassed by quarter made to Planters &C. by the dozen. AddressW. this t
.. any in the State Opposite the house is the best Tax Collector's Sale. Township one, Range twelve, South and East, ., HUMPHREYS Jr county, deceased;who'died Int stat ft*

shad fishery on the river. In short, the place ON Monday the eighth day of May next, A. containing seventy'.nine 89-100 acres; Also Wholesale and retail dealer in,Drugs, are therefore to cite and admonish,'aH' a&ct'iiZular (
I affords to a gentleman wishing to make this D., 1848, between the usual hours of sale West half of North-W CS quarter, section nine- Medicines Chemicals &c next of kin, of MId deceased, credS,

a country a winter or permanent residence, a on that day, will be sold for the State and Coun teen, Township and Range as above, contain- ,, Perfumery SAVANNAH, GA., and otherparties in interest, to show-cai' ],

..' rare chance. Terms low. ty taxes, so much of the following named tractsof ing seventy nine 81-100 acres; also the South- fore me within the time prescribed lyjnr
..'. Apply to B. P. CUTTER, Esq., at Wood's Ho- land as will pay the same and all necessary West quarter of South-East quarter of section, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A otherwise why: said application should not l>>>e gakrf'

tel, Jacksonville, Fla, or to Rev. A. H. HAND, expenses,viz: Lot No. 11, Sec. 31', Township 1, township and range as above. containing thirty Letters of Administration u tW
.t Woodstock Mills, Nassau county, Fla. South, Range 272;-and Lot No.- 6. Sec. 32, nine 90-100 acres, .seventy-five acres of the a- The is from issue from this Court to said E'&"!&

December 17,, 1847 2m. same Township and Range;-all which is SUp- bove lands being under, cultivation; Also the CjOUTHERNERS 3 following my Taylor. 1
Agent Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr of Graham-
-'-- WITNESS my'name and
fI .T DISSOILIJTION. posed to belong to Simeon'Rouse, and lies with- interest of Loud and Sadler in a certain bridge scalofCwct.
., : COPARTNERSHIP: heretofore in the County of Duval. Three years' taxes across the Suwannee.Rjyer, connecting Columbia villeS.C., [L. S.] this 28th day of December A.Dtt"Zat
existing Mr. William '
THE the firm and of Pearson are due on the above lands. and Madison counties,,said interest being Humphreys, Jrn .. Jacksonville, County aforesaid\. f;
style Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. m P.'CRABTfl ,
I I Dell,is this day dissolved by mutual consent, THOS. LEDWITH, I undivided, but estimated at one half or one Watts in favor of for,Fever and ,
your Remedy Judge of Probate D t
Ex-Offlcio Tax Collector D. C. I third of said bridge levied as the : 1'at.Co
the business of the late firm will be settled upon pro 4'4
by Ague he is of and his testi- '
LET the
a man integrity above "Ci ?
I ; tlo be
: Pearson. All those indebted will please calland Jacksonville, Nov. 12th, 1847. perty of John W. C. Loud and Henry R.Sadler, is undoubted. ,pablMcimia
week for six weeks
consequently in
junior, by virtue of two executions issued from mony some Newspaper:raa.
1:. make payment. Tax: Collector's Sale. Columbia Circuit Court, on judgment of fore Yours respectfully, .. ted in'this county if any/tir hot;in acJZ ::lit*

J. W. PEARSON, ON Monday the 8th day of May next, ((1848)) closure of mortgage, one in favor of Robert A. THOS. J. S. FARR. paper printed in some adjoining i 't1.0i"1 i'*.
J WILLIAM DELL. between the usual hours of Grahamville S. C. 18th
: sale on that Lewis Sept. ,,1847. .wI. P.CRABTEZF4.
VB., Loud and Sadler and one in favor
r. Newnansville, Feb. 12, 1848. 3t Will be .sold for the State'and Mr. W. Jr. '
day Humpttreys
County of Josiah E. Baisden vs. Loud and Sadler. : Judge ofPolteD. ;
I :J :' Estate of Archibald Hogans,. dec.ALL Taxes, so,much of the following named tractsof ,.ALSO, Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used I Jacksonville Dec 31stt1847.Administrator's; ,- 1I
land will the and all Fever and with I
as pay same necessary your Ague'Remedy 8ucce
I claims THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land situated -
.. Persons having against the Estate expenses, viz: 282 acres of land on the St.John's in obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S.Farr, N iJee."::

i 1 4 .. of Archibald.Hogans, late of Columbia River, known as the St.Joseph's Tract, and be- number six Columbia of fractional county section and know seven. as Town-Lot your Agent of this place, and administered it SIX- IONTHS after I shall inaie ayjl

t County, deceased are hereby notified topresent longing to the estate Waters Smith; 1200 acres to my'daughter according to directions, and I to the Honorable 'Judge PwkM
;; : the same within two years, or this no- of E. ship seven South; Range sixteen East, containing that the disease left her for the of Alachua
j land belonging to Pohl& Son ;390 acres be- am happy to state in County ,for a final settleMi
,! .. tice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery;and longing to Lindley Todd,returned by W.A. For- of ninety-seven the estate Thomas acresjlevied Ha1lid Upon as the deceased property the course of thirty-sir hours, and her present of my accounts and vouchers 'as'AdmimstniK

I rt all persons indebted to said estate are request. ward as agent; 000 acres belonging to E.'Pohl& to ; \y, state of health indicates a certain curs.Yours of the estate of Joshua'Mfller,.IAt&ofsadely
satisfy a judgment rendered in the Circuit .
ed ""
make immediate "
:; i ti payment. Son returned John &c. E. C. WATTS.Grahamville deceased.
by King, senr., agent ; and conrt for Alachua and Levy counties in favor :"
ZYLPHA 35U acres belonging to Cornelius .Taylor All James Bradley next friend George,W.Brad- S. C, Sept. 14th, 1847. JOSIAH SEK3NGER., :AdiAugust
: H. ROBERTS Adm'r.Alligator
the above land within the of Du S 20th 1847. '
being county ; 6m /
ley vs. Bennett M.Dell administrator of Thomas ,
Columbia county, Dec. 24, 1847. val. THOS. LEDWITH, Sheriff, and A. Halliday deceased., AGE TS.-P. M. Cohen & Co, Charleston.S. .

TI NOTICE. Ex-oflicio Tax Collector, I).C. C.; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C.. ; W A": ; t, ItfOTICE, -:

ALL Persons having claims against the es- Jacksonville, Nov. 5th, 1847 January 29,1848.THOMAS B. FITZPATRICK, Sheriff. Carswell, Savannah, Ga.; A. McLane & Co.,. SIX MONTHS: after,data, I shall pres ot*J

{. .. of John M. Stafford,late of New Orleans Jacksonville, Ga. ; Shotwell& Gilbert Macon,". and vouchers as Execntriztftb;:

'. La-, deceased, ,will present them to the HilUborbugh,Connif Sheriff's Sale. WAREHOUSE OF Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin, Ga.; ,A.Moise: estate of Wm. Murrhee,fete of Nassaiewly
Y virtue of writ of Fieri Facias issued deceased, to the: Hon.,Judge' of Probate th&
: subscribers a
within the time prescribed by law, B LaGrange, Ga.; Winter & Epping; Columbus,
{: !I, er they will be barred; and those indebted to from the circuit court; of the Middle Cir- :PRINTS.ONLY.No. '. Ga. ; W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem,' county, for a,final settlement of said estak'a*

: ;;: the said estate, will make payment to cuit,of Florida} in.and for the'County of Leon, Tenn.'; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. shall at the_same time.apply for Letters ot B .

: J SUSAN STAFFORD, Adm'x. in said State, directed to all and every the Sheriffs .. 56' Cedar. _. Street, New York. Sperry, Houston county, Ga. ; Solomon Goodall, niission such Executrix, of which. ;aBp*
:, I :. JOSHUA STAFFORD, Adm'r. of said State, wherein Jamcs W. Dabneyis ; --- Atlanta. Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W.R. sons in Mid estate, are desbtift

\. I A ,Ta p&Bay j Sept. 10, 1847._6m Plaintiff, and Wm. P. Craig is defendant. I J1mm, $,VJ1P! N. Lmmg Anderson. Dalton, Ga. ; 'E. A.Burch, Hawkins- take notice.29th ,MARY *JRRlJRRiJOcto :
have levied upon, and will expose for sale,on yule Ga.; Samuel Palmer Darien Ga. Cole r ,.1&47., Eecutxi
'I Administrators Notice. (LATE, LEE & JUDSON ) ; ; ,
.. the first Monday in :March at the CourtHouse -
next, Prescott &; Co Black Creek Florida LightfOot&Flanders -
PERSONS demands the ;
I ALL having against in the Town of in the Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE i'acon CARD. I
Tampa, Countyof ? P.Martin Savannah Cunningham : :
: of Oran Baxter deceased, will hand HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR S'J.'ItEET-the ; ; .
Hillsborough, in said State, between the :, WHOLE & Co Dalton Ga. &' S. Ems BITERS p "-
i v.
y them to the subscriber properly attested in the ; & ROYAL
i. of which is devoted ,to the exhibition and sale ,, ;
., usual hours of sale on that day A certain Wn
: Macon .
M. C. iamson Davisboro Ga.
J' time prescribed by law and all indebted ; ; Wia.
: persons of the Single Article ofPRINTED DENTAL: ,S.U'R'.G.E'bNS:
Lot of land on the Manatee River in the ,
county Hodges Sandersville R' T. Floyd ,
to the, said Estate, are requested to make ; Micanppy, '
immediate payment. to of Hillsborough,,viz:-Section.No. 18,(Eighteen CALICOES. Florida ; F. A.Poullen, Jacksonville,. Florida. ; Office, North East corneiQf'St.J 1i u'fittiwand

: : T. P; HOLMES, Admr. ,) in Township No. 34 (Thirty-four) South, Their present Stock, consists of nearly R. S. Baily, Laurensville, S. C. : Market,Square,, ,.
No. 18 Eighteen East also the ''
( ) SouthEastQuarter
; For sale wholesale and retail
of 0..BAXTER, peceased.t Oiic Thousand Packages by SAVARNAH, CEOEGlA.:
of Section No. 7 (seven,) Township No. F. A. POULLEN 'for Jacicso ville. Aug. 20 '47
;: : -T&CkaonvilleJanuary 7 1848. 2m ,Agent ly
: Embracing some THOUSANDS; ,of different:
t: 34 (thirty-four,) the :property of Wm. P. Cra A liberal discount by the dozen. -I
, r.; NOTICE. to satisfy said writ ; interest and cost thereon. patterns and colorings, comprising every .
': IS.hereby giTen to all persons concerned in JOHN J. HOOKER, Sheriff. thing desirable in. the' line. ,. FOREIGN. and October 8th, 1847."PALATKA. FQRWABD '&,ALDRICH, : : I

: :: ,. Estate of Zephaniah Kingsley,deceased, By BENJAMIN HAGLER, Deputy. DOMESTIC. HOUSE ATTORNEYS .AND' COUNSELLORS :AT; ;.U.W.,

- .- .4 as heirs, legatees, devisees, and creditors, that Tampa, Feb 12, 1848. 3t All of which are offered. for sale for cash, or Subsoriber 'WILL ft'radice in the several Courts of Jai"
the undersigned Executors of said Estate, will satisfactory credit, at the L'O WEEJT PRICES, ,jtek THE informs her friends and --tu 14' ; "e Eastern Circuit" of lbri&W .
at the next term of' the Court of Probate, for IlilUboroagh County Sheriff's_ Male. by the -ffil": and patrons that she has' opened the a >r.-jAi FOEWAED 'St;:Augustinlfc **"(J ""
.. ;virtue of a Writ issued from bove establishment with 'every view to their .
gI. theCounty: of Duval, to be holden at Jackson- B1 PIECE OH PACKAGE.New LEWIS NewnansvilJft., ,
Middle 'A.Lo41JUCIi ,
the Circuit Court of the Circuit comfort she has had
of Duringthelast summer
: iiUe.-on the. first Monday of April next, presepiutheir Styles are received.' lmost .
Florida in and for the of Leon every day, her house ceiled and extra fireplaces
1 accounts.with said Estate, and the county directedto and of them thoroughly 'wM.Fp's
all and the many are got up for our own sales, built that she is able to ',
.TOuchtBi for a settlement thereof. singular Sheriffs of said State. so now offer them.
and not to be
: .. -.* K. ,B. GIBBS, wherein TaIlor, and Rich are plaintiffs,, and Printed found elsewhere. good and comfortable accommodations,warranting ATTORNEY' ,tiTO.:CpUmCBUP :AT, ri i
li B. A. PUTNAMJ. Mitchel Ledwith and William Wyatt"are defendants Id lists of prices, corrected from to give satisfaction to all who patronise her. : JacksoTimllt 1 JFo,, ,,. ;.1
to with
day day variation in T
Executors. I have Levied upon and will expose for are placed in the every hands of the market, Conveyances into_ the country .'can'be'obtained 'WiLi. attend to a' y.businesVentrnVted !I
Jacksonville. Feb12.: 1848. Sins- sale on the first Monday in March next, at the Merchants buyers. here. Mrs. S. A. 'VIGHT 1AN.- hand in any of the Courts In the Ekstern'cuitofFlonida. *1
: will be .able to form some idea of .. **
Court House in the Town of Tampa in the : Palatka Dec. 3t t.:- *- .s-r ;
A \T Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern of : the extent and.variety;of our assortmentwhen -*
county .Hillsborough within Legal hours'or .i
.L1; Circuitof Florida, held at the CourtHouse ,sale on that day a certain lot of land 'the we state, that the value of 'our usual stock of In Circuit Conrt > -- -- "" fJ I!
on '
-.. Jacksonville; ,Tuesday,the sixteenth Manatee River, viz the North-East' of .this ONE ARTICLE, 13 at least.'twice' ,the value of SOUTHERN CIRCUIT ;OF FLORIDA.IN Fa'hi X ; GT9': ,

< -" ;; d&of November, in the year of our Lord, onef4" the South East quarter, of section Twenty-five quarter the entire' stock r.dry..goods usually kept by 'AND FOR THE', 'COUNTY"OF HlLLSBOROtJGK''; 'A'rTovEt.AT_ :LAW,t J
thousand eight hundred and forty seven our largest wholesale jobhers: i.Ihia.ifact. "'. I' -"
Nancy Parish '} CHANCERY
.((25,) in Township Thirty-four ((34)),south of ,, : JaCh 2ll4ljT
: Present; Range No. seventeen ((17)) East gethe WIth the fa' Wrix: lr e.CQUr.ta oftha'I 'l

., ,, The"'Honorable GEORGE W McRAE, Judge. ty acresa double penned hous ,workhouse containing and attention, instead of being divided among a vait.variety : James R:Parish;') Bill for Divorce.J\ N ': *pCtiCCifl. .,* 'ii. I Iv
of articles,ate,devoted '!-".. .t":1:1: : : ...
.wholly to oN'i T made
Bennett having en appear'to satisfaction
;,, Henry ) garden on the premises the property of Michael I.
> 13111 for Divorce. 'will render the advantages whichrwe can offer of the Court by affidaTit that the above : :
,, ) t L' TS. ; Ledwith/ satisfy said writ. Interest and cost AUGUSTUS c;: OILLETT
-uNsncyBennett.* ) : thereon. 'JOHN J. HOOKER Sheriff. to dealers perfectly; obvious; and it shall be nam defendant ,resides out'of- th !Stiste'of .

I :':" "7 IT appearing to. the satisfaction of, the. r onrfroja t Ry-BENJAMIN HAGLER ,Deputy. our care that-none who.visit our,establishment Florida,'and ;beyond the'-jurisdiction': r this ATTOBNiV1: lD,. :COUKSttLOR, *,'if"1
shall meet with disappointment. CGnit4Jr TJ' ..l. :. .w j 'comi iaI fr Deeds'of the StAt d lW
'affidavit filed, ,that:the Defendant ill the Tampa, February 121848. 3t any ; ; 't And, 1 : ; ,
&b i entitled cause: resides without the.St ..ter Our assortment'isicompleto'at: all:;:seasons'of IT is nEJ'OJLEi 6n'motion of:Janies?.M': ,neeticiifc'witainYand7Qr,:;tle Butt JOr'l

t; of Tlo'rida,and' beyond the'jurisdiction of this ADMINISTB.&TOR'S,NOTICE. the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.., :1 I bee,'Solicitor,;for said 'complainant,' OftBitup ,- .., -.. .,-* "" 't.,(*.?JJ.A- t'i.,, "tr**':no. y.t.'- '! ,

: t.: Court on motion Complainant! by James WJTICEIS HEREBY GIVENrthat It 8,-B'E IiEE, formerly of.the firm:;of I that the said James.R.'Parish" be'requested' : .. ''t', ---. ., 'c-,' .

: : W.i'yanttsq, MiSoUctor. J.1I, istration. on the estate ofEliza..L'admin-; ;Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original l appear/and, answer; the complainants I.Bi11J of. : .>., .tHARLES'E: ; 'COO llt
befendnnt firm of Lee & firewater I '
; from.which connection : herein-filed'withinfdur months :
: Lisfirfa'cii, That said appear tonVaa complaint or a:
granted on the 2Sth June J LVL*
: T and/answer/ said Bill of'Complaint' within fourmopthsj ,1847, by the he withdrew some time,ag ,'has'resumed !:DecreeprocoJJOwill: be takeiir agninst him/:! ATTORNEY COUsFLLOL
Judge tor1iecoui *
of Probate, :
:, tl of DuvaL,'State business 'WiUiractice: in the several Courts of.&>*
FnaTHsi QVDSXED That of
i the Ba.inejii11 bet iieras confessed AND is : >
or IT ebpy
of JFlorida.. .Allpersons ..therefore Circuit,of ? J
tern. Florida.CHARtESH.
having '
against her. Judson, and assures -his friendsthat!the new this Order,dulcertified by the 'Clertof-'this :<
ck ms against said,estate will nt. !
::1 AJ& it it farther.Ordered,_That a copy of this the subscriber,.within: time, prescribed preS them to concern shall h ve.tttt: ; same'J pre-eminence in Court,'be'published'In senewap'priuitOdwitbinthetaoF1Onjda : ,J c Ti1lei1L'P.,1or.J6J8lr.: ..

& *-;: j r; order.. dulY certified by' the/Herk of this Court, which'is tw rS from the'date of a1iiuistraLtOi :by law' ithU.branch jof ttncUpwhich Cformeriydistihfc : ;'once" :o week consecutively -- : I .pELQT :
T.-: be published in some ewpaerprinteiwithin ( -. gwshed the other two houses to whieh'hebelonged. for four months.' ,
.,- ; theTEastern CircuitofFIorida'for' the.. ,space of ,'to said, or,estate will be'barred/and'.those niake' t._. 'indebted. : .-,;i"l>1}, Bft (T ixiilJanft2. ,1847.mHE ."-;, dli1' ') "** J.GEOWMACRA2J'udbf'1z A TT ww' Ai r' itl'Mn .to ( 1. '
4 : 'u"'* payment .. *:, ,.. .... .. .. .. .".__ .. SouhCirci1 .: '- : .
::: A font months ponsecntively; ; 10" ""(j-: ; : j. ; .1 '4 : ,.; : :titir"RiMFfOrilil. ,
= aaffit1erk6fsaid Coizrt'do he ',$' -,wcIHToN;, .; DISSOL11TJQN.1.\Rt It'iji; H I, JOHNNY.'RoBABTa, Clerk of said .Court, do r : ;{ct, the";,' gqveral ,........i ..
Wuj.'ia ctice.iia
; :' : of the OMZ I'' 1ft ," .... Pol' ._ {' ('flI15tiAtOi. ; ,. a cP4hetoforeexl-: "; hereby certify'the t'above': to be tnnrcop1' of "i- : ( ""'W.
a trne'copy
.abqve ; E' I
mat"faii4 ''entered of';record 'in the"above entifQsatd. f n p, Jnury..29i: I..1848; ,,;}ii,} :JL ting under the Firm and style Wrigbt&. an OH4uly'madeand: .,entered.of record:in1' UI1."U> '1 a MD_ [,

tlod'cause! 'inJ ai'dCourt'ontIie; ; ; da e :: ,,', 4No'i' cs '$J':',, ",' "hi' .... :JO t $h" *." aytdssqlyg" | bj mutual; con the above entitled cause, on.'the 'tlth" day of I 1. ".,' \:l1I P ;a tj
-. 'l ft':' '! : '". r } l"1"i"'G""E r .spnt. .. ',.{ r H',.. r : -s J' : :.:-' a1dSEPHiW "- "'
: ; W LE d1 nt Fr: RmA'HOUStls: :r J-I.! \1C e rt p.'l84"f. "::::a"e t f. .- ,
I .
!,.f; Iii. iic:4 ; ,.* *m m* : cet"- 1 .ot M. .thel'eceptio1ifC m Dl J ,i. : JJ\ U! e .har; )V: FJ' I.haveh'ereunto -j ,'F
und )
: 8.] 9'thIs'hrentietJrid ; is1fci' paid on presentaion to either .HAYn6e tabUsbed. '
.r-: U" said of sale of 4hezbribre-.. 1' set my> hand: private: seaL
or Tent.tFortermsjr apply to Jas. '
; B. Cole, and all 1n4e4edzutpzy II 'inmitJiate' 1 f} Jbein GENEflAL'COMMR8OI'uiU'atten
, 14 ; .1.D, 1847 at Palatkio P. Cl'Z lsUra ?. nh ere gt 110It.arot,office,4hS ,
De49ber ;; at St.
t. -- 4 Jr J, : 1OCAR' BA.UT' Clerk. I ., Augustine. f .ikA-xvr'{:EP.W41tD1WRIGHT.: t ,.. *lthday ofDecembOr; A. Di841:;'; D1b i....
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- 1847. .4m. 1 nQ '! IJ.'II. -: ; 'tn : :1fiJ : ROBARTS:! 1ekI e itdet;. ,
.uec. .t .. : i..j :. I Atigustine. "an.14th1848. 2m :' Jacksonviflenuary: ;: l ..,
: : \ J. ". -3+1.r.t i 7.184S ,Ci "nv1 41 I 14: December 24; 1847. 4m ;;, .J:1A !ve 1 181.;''. -- .t

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