The news

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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:
May 13, 1848
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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


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

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spa rbrged ontlar will be charged for all announce- months from date will be returned as.Dead ,was unshared; his hair was ncomb,' J' from'Poist'll He says they.commonly -!, cross actions, each-ehargieg theother with u'J- ,4.
JTFiye didte$ for oftlce- Letters to the General Post office at Washing.' 't boots wereunblacked, and'lie'was leaning back run something after thi' ort- '1 ing comaittedaaanlt aid battery.! Oniuvestigationtt #!' '1'

.lie .q1IarrfOtSI Months. t I $10 00 ton. lOft, picturesque attitude,with.his.heels against Ajax Leathers\Eaqn 1 Publisher'of'the.Bald i ] appeared that'the'hujbkatl had pushed W -f/
IHtAAra and Creditor : 10 00 B Lindsey,M.SamL the mantle-piece,smoking a cigar. Sam thought 'Eagle Sir: .You,,*piper addressed'torJob' the door against his wife,and-that the wife :\ ." ,
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ApP1"ICIt 5 5 for Letle noUee of. AdministratIon wall be inserted g&Lui.utU. Boag,James Lunt H. Chas. to himself that'it was leap year,'and how glori.' ,,Streeter, is not...taken. ,,out. of this,office. BeasbnsVrefused. .,in return poshed the door against her husband. i ilf. 'i' 1
Ali rellgsou Burney, Arthur M it would be if the ladies could 'be'induced A
rr: ons only ?__1.1',, gentleman at the barremarkedihat he eonld.seetro i l ; .
1 commonicauoni will Bagley, M. Mary McNeill, Mrs. Dr. D. to pop the question in accordanc with"1 Y5-&c. --,P.M.', 'improtsriety in 'uW'a41rlS wife"swtof-, ,i .
:TA11 8am' Beebe W.Or&ageS McNeil, J.Chas. their ancient pl' ileges. As, he'sat watching '.. "'oth'I read like this:-' .: ';. lag chnHiCtXvO
ehargt.d All'bills II (or Job Printing.mustgeIiTer7 ** lid nmurt Ih. C Marqnand, G. H. the smoke which so gracefully,curled, his fancy: tSir,: Your, paper, addressed:: to t Jerothnel t' .:-. ."t ,.i. ,
: ftt the wntk. Cherry.J. B. James Mageor, John glowed with. the idea, how delightful it,would: .Twognnsis not taken ut, Beasons..lsay9you' .'ii agrknd bn atSt;Petmburgjon thVfiSh" : \ ,

U AU ettmtnUftlCft'toni be addressed totc.i.frerklr Curry.Major Moses Murchee, John be to have the dear,creatures fondling him,' and your paper may go to thunder,Tor he's go. March, an aid-decamp -ia stated) suddenly -ii..: i''tf" .

GIL1.ITT k IILzI&4RD. pp D Manning, A. Chas. and with tender glances do the: ingbWchig '- enteredand.!ave a fclip.of paper to'the Eoipe : !'' .'

Dickinson N.Jas. Middleton.' Mrs. Harriet. agreeable! As he meditated)his heart oftened,. "Ycura,4"'P.. .*ir' ror.f'Bis" Majesty changed scoh 'and.,with a t .'iml 'r..J'It ..
C.S.WBtt* -r lwtBCTWSCK Dregors. las. Si. aud he began to feel aaqueaiuiabwownshsen. 'Another. L % Blgnofhis'hana, bebodeflie 'music- -..dM'\_r' .. ''"'t' t ,. .
Drinkwater.,Capt.T.E. Nixon,'J.Benj. f sibility diffuse itself.over v his feelinga.and. Publisher of the Eagle- Your paper directed Turninff: to the'otleera. Ire*I&iuent. 1r-_ )..' .4J.., ., ,''t ..
Davis. W.Jas. 0 \ could with first to Leonidas Jinks is not-tak; rfrora this cm. Eeance 't..i. -
t thought vfaint" propriety-the ia Republic. pyon'maat U ready to jmt:' it'It"I' _
a fc Dates Mrs. w. W; : time a young. lady should jgueexe hl ijznd.: Be&sona: B&'Jink died fbur'years.ago, rail f-)tinlest i aAa'poweatTtTfarninLfA .' .._ \'t

PAEATKAFLA. Eubank, Miss Mum Oa eenJu. Rap rap, rap soundedttblo.. .Sam ames. has notcalle41 thcm- J. ...1Yonr8Tresp a -.- t4\t. '- ,. i. ',;.
SA\"ANNAH & -, Eubank. T. R. p. peeped through the.Yenitian j.bliiids. ''Mercy; y,'P' ii-."P.M.' 1 e tt er publishedin-ik, .Courier Francais* \ 'I ., .

BY THE WAY OF Ewing, R. Ellen Pindarvis, Geo. 2 exclaimed he, "if here isn't MInes. and-Tail Another:: "- says that the Prince de'JdaviDe, when at Gibralter ''r.Vftt '\

D! lFV BRUNSWICK ST. MARY! GEO.; O Price, Miles in dishabille, and looking like a fright--goodness .. Sir: ,Yoar paper, addressed to MicajahEig- bad.,adieu to\oae of JiisxjfficcrSy'ss 1b1gtt I ; :"' .l- .
JACXSOSrILLE BLACK CREEK AND Green, Thomas Price, John gracious! I must.go right.awayandz dom is refused. Reasons: says-he*can't pay "Yoni will goon see me a lieutenant.os.tssrd ctaflAEnerican t Jf. 0(00) "

PICOLATA., FLORIDA. Green, J. John Philips, Tony Servant, myself np./ fir it, and don't want';to'patronize jl'-any. lon frigate, throwing a few shot'into r
connection with the Charleston Daily Mail Gritting, Capt. Leth 2 Pindarvis Mrs. Eadith. As he left the room Miss Jones entered, and ger. some of these craft,9 pointing to 'a'Briifsts HeS jIt -

I RtSn.packctsatSavannabthcstcamer SARAH Godfrey, Dr. John 2 Pindarvis Mrs. Elija with a composed air, intimated that she would Yours, -- P.M. at anchor in the bay A braver tsBsg tb tbo.' f"l'f'
KwBlKO, from Palatka to Lake Monroe, the Guernsey, Norman 2 ItGrumby wait. Miss Susan Jones was a firm believer in Once in a while one will come in this style: Prince never trod the quarter deck )1' : "

flail Stages, fromPicolatato St. AugusL ii. Wm. Ross Mrs. H. G. woman's right, and now that the season was .A.Leather: Esq..-Sir- The Eagle* addressedto '. r ..'ti" '. .
and from Black Creek, via Newnam>ville, I: Gate Josiah Ross, Mrs.E.Gmy'Miss propitious she determined to take advantage Azro Jiggers is no longer.takes out. About E"ZlaJIduP'epa' ..-We notice saihs Ssg- ..:Ety:4i; j.I I. .

alligator, Mineral Springs and Columbus to Hester S thereof. ,and to do a little courting on her own six months ago he was caught stealing thee lish press that the greatest activity is & i:1

lillahassee.OCAMULGEE. Gr. ut., J. F. Snowball, Thos. hook. It was one of woman's privileges which and would ",.been sent to jail if he hadn't ted in the departments at'Woolwich, in ptiin !.t .;
Capt. P. McNELrr. II Suarez, A. Thos. has'been usurped by the tyrantyman. and she: I run away., The last.j heard of!him ne was in ing.rockets eta peculiar description,sai&bld to ; 4\1
'' N. KuG.wxt. Miss Cath. assert her ispitef'' Bradford, Canada and I would recommend t .i t : :
MATThEWS' Howe Rev. Wm. 2 Pidbury. was determined to rights, yon street warfare. These. ... destructivesu&ss "1tt' t.#
OASTON, J. HEBBARD. Hogans, Daniel Summers, S.Sanil.Higginbotham the hollow formalities of a false system_of soei-, to send his papers there. He loved to iead when- thrown- amongst a- mass> of perions in-con W('

These p3Ckets leave Savannah every TUESDAY J. J. .' cty. your'paper,and might.possibly pay for it some I fined places, are certain, to produce the most
ted SATURDAY MOBXING, at 10 clock, and ar- Hearn, C. Theodore Tucker, E. Willonghby Meanwhile, with a.palpitating heart Sam time or other if you should send it. frightiul results.We.understand that they'i1f;
Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go Hendricks. John Towas, Sarah Smith went through a scries'of personal adorn- Yours, &C. --, P.If. being prepared to meet any outbreak l in'Ifcl&nd -' .

Through to St. Augustine before night every Herbert, Mrs. Mi Thebout E. Mary ments. The last twist 'was given to his.collar, Occasionally one of a slight melancholy nature and a great.quantity of them, that are-j

ftursday and Monday. Hendricks, Mrs. Wm.J. WJ the last curl to his whiskers, and,:with a white will be received,,thus: mpleted, will be shipped off for that country"! ,
tltttttning, leave Talatka every TUFf=-y and Wolcott, Mrs.D. Martha cambric in hand he descended .to the-parlor. 1 Sir: 1 recommend you not to send,any more immediately;,the same specimen of rocket was ,
FEWAT MORMNG, at 7 o'clock,touching as above Jones, John Woodland, R. James Miss Jones rushed to receive hiw, and grasping papers io Obed Sagendrof for he can' the used with fearful effect"in the recent Cxrlisti ji

ea h way. Johnson, Martha White, M. Nancey his hand with fervor said : 'Dearest,how beautiful : postage, and.aint.wortha cent no,how you,can contest in Spain. And thus is Ireland to bo
They'are all low pressure boats in complete Jones. W. Thos. Wiltduson, IsaacL you look' accompanying her words with a I fi.tit. He gets sawed about half the time-'has managed.
funrsliod in respect admiration sixteen children-has had;ore this five .
order,and handsomely every Y glance of undisguised }eyes. *i M V B MMMMWMMIVM HMM W J
are commanJi" by gentlemen of well i Lewis, B. John 3 Young, C. C. 'Spare the blushes o/ a modest young man,' years-.his wife has got the jaundice.-..two"of his The levy recruits, in Poland is made during

I knornetperience on the route, and their pat- JOHN \. PONS, P. IS!. said Sam applying his cambric to histoce to boys has got the mumps,and the rest have got the night, and,in order more surely take

Tons_ we__ -.1 b v OVOPV*.v, J n.tit..--__ntiin-____ will u n be-- Jacksonville April 15th, 1848. hide his contusion. the meazles. Yours,,very respectfully, .. all penons that are destined to recruit thear;

paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, 'Nav.- mv. love.-- -'why" so COT- ?' said Susan. .: 'turn :I'n znies of Russia, the houses' are surrounded,and y
and to the careful handling of freight. .REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF not uwuy those lovely eyes, dark as.the jet, but married and single are torn. from their hoxaea-v .5
AGENTS: GREAT : celebrated Remedy for theFever sparkling as diamond. Listen to the vows 4P.SCZWC4ding ,Cake. A. letter;from to serve for twenty years. ,

Brooks & Topper, Savannah. and Ague-from Two Dollars to One.- of fond affection. Here let us rest' said she Mount.Pleasant, Ark, published in.,tJ&e Syracuse -

A.A.DeLorme. Darien. The following gentlemen are my authorized drawing him to a sofa; 'here with arm around. .Star,gives ,tbe,.ingredients aLwedding 'The, mass.of the people ia New. g1ud and.
G.FriftlUnderj Brunswick. Agents and have the genuine for sale< thee, will protest my true 8,1fc tion. cake in,that country.of.hart and.bu&Ioes: more panlcu1ar ,ln the' manufacturing portion-
Join Besaent. St Marys.Fennnlcz&Bisbee Orders, from any part of the United States 'Leave me, oh, leave me,' murmured ,Sam, "Mr. P. 14'' now ,ordained,and, of course has of it, are not&IJneh'a they were are not altogether /41

Jacksonville. will meet with prompt attention. Address, post 'think of my youth my inexperience-spare,.,. ,He,.1'ith'\lIOme othets the. as a people, as near on a par with one
I Coy, Black Creek. paid, WM. HUMPHREYS,Jr.Savannah oh spare palpitating heart.) family, attended a. wedding! ..last _weesvftadbrought another as they:were, while'the'Ti&'"'fZr .
Gw-Ooolcy! Ga. 'Leave thee,' said Susan, pressing closer to home some wedding_cake. It was made'| richer, far,more'powerful,--far more removed?

:teit. Palatka.Lkifitte&Co. Messrs. Marston &Brothers Bal him 'never until the story of restless nights, of of pounded. for floor, the.ashes of bean ,I above the level of the whole people than,,t e7: >
.; Charleston. AGENTS- unquiet days,aspirations, fond emotions and pods for sal ratuB and beans'(or' raisins; this were'before the increase or manufactures'
Dr P At Cohen Charleston u "*
K.U.-l1o..s consigned to the Agents for- timore. Maryland; S. C. R undyiu* love is laid before thee. Know that was wet with water and,then,tied T C Hamburg .
Carolina ,
outh Riblcy
Freight from SaSunnih 't ; 1 have nursed for thee a secret husks in the fan and boiled '1I -. -
virieJ free of commission. for years pas- shape hour-glass ; I '
S Bailey, Laurensvilie, S. C. T J S Furr, Grahsmviile : The French are good at a practical joke., An.: $
and Charleston, and all way freight sion. Need 1 tell how each manly beauty moved sometimes it is boiled in grape juice and eaten
Beaufort S C.
S. S.; B R Bythcrwood, ; orator in bneofthb1ub of riS.thoulh' the
payable by shippers.September we; how I worshipped like a sun-flower in with a'spoon''made from a buffmlo'i--born. I -1
K T Patick Salem. Tcnu J S Walker. Madison republic wouldn't be secure without the cutting
17, 1647. tf the lurid light of those scarlet tresses; how my once had the pleasure of eating it sod a neigh
Ga.; W K Kitchen, Augubta, Ga.; Shotweli & off of 300,000 heads 'member t1rila BO charm* $
fond heart was entrapped in the meshes of those bor's house. Corn bread .meat (fresh) coffee
Gilbert Macon Gti.. J H & w tf Ellis, Macon, ed with this beautiful sentiment.that he jbeg '
C'lRCCIT CO III IT.EASTKSK : magnificent whiskers; how 1 was willing to and the cake I have just described, form a common
FUOBIDA COUNTY OFST. ILL; Lightfoot & Flanders, Macon G l.j DorseySi. of that I dinner. -Some do 'SOL 'as ged a lo k'ottheSftAI 1rer's hair,and this tender.
CIRCUIT OF Goodall yield to the government .'imperial f thy wedding go high: '
Knott Griffin Ga.; Solomon Atlanta request'wai rep the terrorists left thb
IN CB.\l'iC RY. ; delicate "enchanted to fixins and
JOHXS: manners, so modest, so me iDdulge'ln.ctm1ten lourdoiJija"but
William Root Marietta (ia. Cunning- club with his '
Ga. ; peUssbareaabarber5bIock. .
; for joy was joy. iViy ,it is rare'
The Southern -joy to me- thy my ,
uiberson LaGrange -
hun & Co., Dalton Ga. Dr. S F ,
Life.ln-l ; let -: -
it-but first
surance & Trust heart is thine; take it-take me -i1
ny to use of Bill to Foreclose Ga.; Winter & Epping, Columbus Oriffin, Ga.; snatch one kiss from those ruby lips.The The Provisional Government Wearing Out.- The Quakers in Virginia are placed in a peculiar
Reed B H Mitchell,, ua.; Joseph over-wrought feelings of the delicate The members of the French Provisional Government situation. ,The yearly,meeting of Baltimore,

T8.Augusu I Burke county, Ga.; RII Barrett, Reeseville.Ga.; youth were too strong, and he fainted from ex have become ten years older -during.the to which they belong has charged,all its mem
I'oujaud. J A McLane & Jacksonville: Ga.; M C Will cess of joy. Meanwhile the enamored maiden month they have been in,power: M. Ledru hers to educate the free colored people. The .; $

having been made to appear to the sntisf iamson. Daviiboro', Ga.- ; Wm. Hodges, feauders- hung fondly over him and- Rollin, who had a head of fine black hair, ,is be- laws Virginia forbid it rand the Friends have 'p7i-" (

IT ion of the Court by Affidavit, that the ,'i1le,6.1.; W A Hay sJ Lonillvi, Ga4 W A Slowly the eyes Samuel Smith opened-he come perfectly'gr y. M. Flocon has the addreased,,memorial to the general assembly.-jof j ;

Defendant named in the Bill f Complaint filedin lrVen, Savannah, Gi.; P 'hrtiD th., Savannah Wi1liamCnrr : gized wildly round him-then meeting the ar- point of death.M.Louis Blanc,who had a fresh, the state of Virginia, asking to.port; jpJ

the above entitled cause resides out of the Ga.; J A Sperry, liousu.n. county, ; d'.ut gaze of his 'lovyer,' he blushed deeply,and juvenile countenance, is no more recognizable.M. sue the advice of_their yearly m evting.a. .
J: cksvnLuro, u ;.; E A jjurcn, nawivmo- M. Lamartine and Gamier blood.M. .
State of Florid, anl out of the United States B behind his kerchief faintly iulteredout: 'tuk Pages spit
ville Ga.; S-iumei lamer: Daru-n, Ga4 Cremieux has lost his voice. M. Marrast '.
lHn Cub. one of the West India lslandsand Jacksonville my pa.-Reveille. Taylor replied,In February, to public
fceyonA the jurisJiction of this Court, Therefore, Cole; Black Creek, Florida; F A Poullen, -. seems worn out with fatigue. In fine there is meeting Qnincy,HUnois that:he did not feel l.-- j
_New Orleans I La.Ap.'ll .
& to ,
Q In motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor for Fla.; J Wright nul\IiiilEVS Jr. only M. Ai-ago who appears.formed of Pyrennian permitted to give his opinion upon the justness .t
uid Complainant 8, 1S4S. W. Subterranean LaLe-"Otsego," writing to the granite, who supports the weight of the and propriety of the war withMexico' but he

It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Poujwd Cincinnati Gazette, says: Provision Government the weight of two ministerial asserted the obligation of-all-who hold military i
an-1 others be required to appear and an- STATE OF FI. K1I>,,:% IMO 'On tlzeruilrou4 line between Sandusky and offices-the direction of the,Academy authority any country to put their shoulders V(4: '
fTfrsaii Rill of Complaint within six months, ltOE COUNTY. Urban and near BeltbnUlne, is a small 'round of Science and.the Observatory. He alone has to the wheel and do all they can to.bring;'.

or the same will be taken as onfessed cgninstkirn. Benjamin Megin, .1 prairie'containing about eighty acres-. Mad not quitted his post. about.a speedy peace. .,,,,: ., .
I V. In Chancery. Liver Railroad was originally laid out and grade \ """ ** .' 4
Itisftrthtr Ordered,Thit copy of this Order, Thomas Taylor, Philip }t across this prairie, but the workmen uueiiorniug Pure Old Federalism,-Daniel Webster who Western Wine.- .The cultivation of the grape- ,' 1
duly ceriifie by the Clerk of this Court, be published Sawyer,and James Filor.IT ] discovered that a portion of the track is the representative of the old federal party in with a view to the manufacture of wine is engaging

in some newspaper printed within theLtstrn appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas had disappeared ; large timbers were laid across New England, and who hates democracy with a attention ,of the people .of Missouri. iis' .

Circuit Florida] once a month conseCutively Tylor and I'hilip sawyer, defendants in the the 'hole,: and the superstructure again completed perfect hatred in a late speech, takes a decided I:The'wine produced is of the flavor and color, cf. ,
for six months. I. bill filed in the above cause reside out of the when i.bout six hundredfeet_ of tbe road ground'against the extension of our republican champ _but possesses more body." -li r jj
[SiRncl] TliOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. St.ite oi*Florida, aud that iho Ihoinas Taylor dropped down. Again the company sought to institutions. He has no faith in them.. Hear :? ', : >L. i' !'?5 i": r-1

L, PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, resides in Europe, und that the said Philip build a foundation-the timber upon sixty him: The Rothschilds.. -The New York' .Tribune'" .of" 1'

do hfrehy certify the above to be a true copy .sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi i, acres was deposited in this'holeinthegroundj'and "1 am against new states. I am against all ,i,Monday,Sa's': -
of an Order duly made and entered of recordin It is Ordered, That said defendants appear more than $10,030 expended and btill the accessions of territory to form new.states. A Letter m London alluding to the rumoVof
the above, entitled c.tU:1e on the sixteenth and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be hole was not filled. A slignt curve around the And this is :not a matter of::sentimentality, to' the failure ef the.Botchschilds,says that,they* .

&y of August A.B. 1847. taken pro con tesso. prairie wus then made,at an expense oi about paraded before WI8Sm etings'ofm1.t have made some losses, but have still a margin* .,

P. B. DUMAS, It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order $1,100, en which the'cuis now run. uents at home. It is with. 'me no'empty thitterofdeclamation left before,bankruptcy. The .wa1thofaflthsbrotherissiinatd ,
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. be published in some newspaper printed in '.Connected herewith are certain facts,interesting no: merely expressed' repugnance at twenty-s1"milfl; nsbf *

Jtt", 1848. lauftm the Etstcrn Circuit, of Florida, once a month to the reading public generally, and peculiarly but a matter of firm, unchangeable'pur pounds, sterling!'1 1'c e..:
fur nine months. in reference to the said Thomas go to that portion who delight in sub pose. I will .yield to no force of circumstances -: Y-
-- Court, Taylor, and once a week for four months, in terruueau investig tions. Across this 'round which has occurred or which Lean'consider as One Hour Rule.-Seventy-six members' of tie.
III reference to the said Philip Sawyer. pruirie' runs a small stream'the soil is rich, likely to occur; and therefore say, that if today -. bar: in Philadelphia! :have petitioned the Su-d
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: JOS. B. LANCASTER, consisting of decayed vegetable matter, tome six I am askedwhether, for .tne sake'of peace, pr C"Ourt''ther to'limit attorneys to one
CocsTir OF DCVAL: IN CHANCERY Judge So. Circuit of Florida. or eight feet in depth, which is evidently a I will take treaty which brings two new states hour speeches. -* )4

May Moore ) Tuos. F. KING, Sol. for Compl't crust over a small lake;, the water: under this into the Union, on'the'8 uthirn border,,1:say The Illinois Democratic State..Conventioa tf -
S Bill for Divorce.Henry '
vs. Key West February, 1848. DmGllardian's crust is thirty feel deep, and fine fish are found! 1'W18h every man 'to understand have met and appointed: their elect ticket ,

TT having Moore.been) made satisfactorily to appear in these pure subterranean waters.found Whether in'the .that." .this. is myJdmentapurs. .o". Before' adjonnnug Lewis Cass was recommended *
like those
Notice. these fish are eyeless, ..
1 Moore the defen- as their ftrst"Qoice'fortl. Presideacv aDdLa r -
by affidavit that Henry "
the Mammoth Cave of
hut named in the above entitled cause, resides NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that thirty subterranean streams not-advised.of The streams:in. A Refuge for.Kings/-At the:meeting in behalf LeTiW b1U their.second..:..TbepreseaitI&qofficerewerenominatMwjthoutchanforr ", .
the Hon. 1
will to am
1 Kentucky;-
7 jurisdiction of the Eastern Circuit this cave are not known to rise and fall with the *- -r- > -J-1 ,:i ) A -
State and in the State of New York, therefore Thomas Dougks Judge Capitol,at Harrisburg,Tuesday evening last, election. -
,on motion, of Gregory Yale Esq., Solicitor Florida, for leave to sell the real esUte belonging waters of Green River, in the vicinity! and with are' M.B.Lowci ,Esq.- of.eraw1brdcoantr\: 'The:Democrats of.St"- Louis have nominated'
communication' -
for uid to my wards June Adams PorUnd, and supposed to have a 'water gested the propriety of instructing our Senators James B.Bowlin the present member as than.repreaenUtive 4f4

It ii Ordered complainant That,the said defendant# appear }'rancelAnlie, PArland, lying in Duval,county, other lakes in the neighborhood,of.which there thatthe .and requesting our Representatives Congress inCoagres* BaUvnoTt Sim n LWisconsU Pj rALThDai1p
of two tracts of land,knownas are several from the fact among ,- <&A.:
Florida consisting the grantingacres
1aw1 ;
*ai answer the bill of complaint of said com- each." to procure > passsge.ots' : :1 : 3
Ptottat within four months or the same will the Pablo and Magnolia .tracts, formerly same epeciea are found of land i to each of the,Crowned Heads of Constitution ;
the late William McKay. the distant Wiseonshi .that Ck>r.:Dodge -IssnIbe -
w Uken as confessed ag-rinst him. owned and occupied by Europe,that they might emigrate:to says
Art it Ordered That of this FRANCIS M. SCARLETT, Guardian, his imprison. West of our country, settle down in quiet, beCome procIaiondecringihaitheCougtui.. '
further copy
YALE Att'y. Napoleon'1 Prophecy.- .,The,whole number of votes
under has
GBEGOY .citiJ beeDadoptf4.
Order this By useful and respected DS-aIid :
Clerk of Court to Las Oasas ; '
duly certified the
by St. Helena leon.m& j
S* went on lthe for th'e Conatitu' ; L4
receive cast 22,5 majority ;
b 1st 1848. of the.Stars and.Stripes
withinthe April the protection
published in printed has been '
predictionpartotwhick '
some newspaper, following : l l. 1.1 AIr ru t.f4j !:
Eastern week con- .' such practical tke science of 1e1f.goTItPftmp.nL. -: tionwwJt ,2t3.1v ;aJ4_.
Circuit of Florida,once a already'fulfilled: -' ., .- .,"
watively. for four months. MONTHS NOTICE.after date, I shall present my ."In less than twenty-five years from the preSent -----,-. wonldundeceivB- -'----._- ,of royalty.j h.ecad.:Not 511.a their bad ;mil be.Wanted..-Oj 3t rd7 last,.British
. TRI DOUGLAS, Judge.I SIX and vouchers as Executor of the time, the whole European :system, will be lives as to,the efficacy{ > brig'the( Lady'Cornwall) cleared at B

O$CAE HAET, Clerk of said Court, do here- 1 accounts of James B. Roberts deceased, to the changed." "The French will' cast the Bourbon* idea*' ton,'forlondOfljWitii,522,579 poW fsa1qltie.

oj certify the above to be a correct copy of an Estate of this county for settlementandgallowance and their debts off, as my Arabian steed ulil'aDT .J lv #tlo f.k.h.. C '_ 'i 2 i.U 8 3r5" --
order made and entered record in the above and at the same time 1 stronger who would dare to mount hint- Of the fifty,thousand Lwords ofo language rL.v

j.'tltled etute in said Court on the tenth day of the by him said; Judge or Court for a Then, if my son be in exiatenc.he will be seated which ha been ermtn4flot inert than fifty, During ay visit*,there. was livjng:on WcaLooSandwhieh ; 4
to as .
A. D, 1848. shall apply- Ete uto hip of the "on the throne ,amid the acclamations the or one in a thousand pronounced' theyareepelt ( LJindJ'a woman-of 12 years if JtI'ft41' ;!
from sound
Is WITNESS WHEKEUF, I hereunto set Stole my Roberta deceased. people; if he be not France will go *, ,'that jsrtifweetake"the first age,Who1 had siready-prescnte-aaEnglifixhasbandv -j- ,
[L&] ay hand and affix the seal of said of said I James ROBERTS B. ,Bxecutor of the Republic; for no other bind will dare'16 seize name or sound of each;letter, as indicating is infallible ha, three:thriving ipledge* of.connubial: 't)

Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk.February JOHN last Will &C. of J IlL a Roberts dec.April2184a a sceptre which it cannot wield. The 4r1caidbranch power.*Hence theIpe11ingword'and there no is, loye&socqa4Touraq. rowc4M (

19,1848. 4mKOTflCE 6m .Bourbons, though,.,and,amiable will share are.too the much: sntet like fate otfcier ,: if absolutely guide no way toils of pronunciation indicating,by;the alphabet World.. -..: 1 .'o, tIi -,::.. ., .'-.' ..' .-. ,....:-...- ., ,......... 'Pg

they do not choose to live as simple citizens.under .J now:inusey what the 'ronundation-of, ,:a word. ',. 1 LL Persons are hereby notified, that the J. B. CUBBEDGB. ,, whatever changes take placel_France'once should a' : i> 6tJ' 1. \>,* .f Cuba,Gen.Jicncall(i ..&!J -5 $
1 i
, 4. Jindersigued has been appointed Admin- BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER, more. Republic,' otherountriesWiil follow : it .U '1KWr-- -, coriapondeU.ottheN.- --i} O. Correode. Ufraaar,-(a Paris paper'JWhleh eontained t

1 ktztj1 upon the estate of John C. Smith, de1a.t.e South side Market. square (nu door to Ver her example-Germans,Proasians Poles ItaUiiana 4TheWashington $ .the *3 news of the Srtacb reT'oIatltkcand -
ofColnmbU County, Florida, and stifle Lnff boro. & Butter's Shoe Store) Danes, Swedes and RusbUns, willJoiniathe itoynne with\pcaabiUty Air ClayIwlookedL. poaatstatftin tiacM'; threatened to'baniah-thtr: g -lndebted snid- deceased Savannah Cro.TV crusade'for b .: o/teu aiortfinuabers. ;H8 ., .
to the estate of 117. .1 The writer adds:-"Mr.CUy.hrnBeir>iD,con., any
are wrested to make immediate payment to the country will .. the:'.\ : i.'tp1d."; w$
Orders from I witkMr.Pendletoii
l-Jt vemtioa ,
: i k : .
*** .o
***Y. Allen AnjpersoneholdlngcitmIg .z p '1.1 infozue1 "1".Ft m. aMa
. Agent. prices. taaflof in ..T ryfcep ,
: tilted at the lowest food 'Yinr.nia.,did not speak houisth1'
, *ginst said estate are requested to pre- iy' The consumption othoraeJ1eshaa human General 'al1orfWhilaa& ,. 11Ies) thzi i pnQt
I at t eu duly established WitIID the time March: 1848.. : is increasing January,,147. nendatoiy:.Phibde1pbl.fe,mann >of- Aec1.DO.4\ 1f.9,.., .l'i R 1ieflri\ihtla1W fj31Ot1

1' b by law, orihis notice will be plea- IF'mIIn $ hordes were killed the purpp.*-producingabout Ees the T.Io1": eDjU1 UIJUh.q"ere4 th,i. : CIl.IagOf
Ia bar. dftnIB. D&IC&ll'1'lcnr.' 61,000 pounds. of mt : 5iituou b&.! i-tir, ,;! 'If'Y ZI'tV 4q4 ta'I rT iza4: ; ;;1o r JT. !: i
u.ELIZABETH SMITh Administratrix. OF mat A1I1..I..- io4ez. '": 'ui &'W
11, 1848. '2." .r.1I



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1Wi'iii t117 frMIoT Suntrymentfjch fgulde. i::1.IiIs r ii ll11 a mus teredlun. enm"'"* "a''i ''iiif. -SfnJce-of' tli J rid t ;- ;Wpi n h., I
S II two or three hundred nienperish ticque, t\ 4s necear4n-the--a7 t ledges, zr4r Volunt|.' 'MKth0tituh| his''command he 're" 47t..' tew be 'IIQI
_- : ThVlc$4n of a ot'andidate wouJO j 001C8Sion hr h ; when stationed \ .fl
\ dvancTO | Delegates
Mexeguntil to
freedom ofFl'I1nce fiftythriaand slYLoYrfle y such *Couixty iDtfraocratifl CoSJSfe
: but to ft
: I A8O4T4WfAY t4 r e j.t i Jala| inW month February last by. anfuiLirnlilii to
; shall iikile warS&d- thkf leip1I..t.NewIW1nUle
be butchered
_;; 1 suit tS hjll: of eo|le, I should nrllflrntj ,cj 4 :..U.sato.i1. '
t ,. \ S :blazing remains Of theixjiomk Slave* are ,-ly andcaiisubmit'! A**w ave had notion received a wound QUUD, next for,\be purposcutrom.a' ."'fIad

'T .1 'S 'tic ed away in gangs. Members of Congress declare to serve, but in the desire to serve the country which terminated his existence. 4 cidfttftt.l"R t tl' lbdja S

:' I tt wouldbring to me no disappc!ntm .: : To-ns who'knew', him'so'trell :any;necd"ofpraise W'1-dtl!t to Jm a ) 1'1'1" .tT ,
the of the slave to {
f -- fDB310CRATIC perfect right escape With sentiments of high respect and regard,rremain on entlo
.' S or eulogy of our deceased brother BeiotvedThit ':
: from his master. Incendiary publications and your most oiift perv nVi*> seem thtrDemocrata-ot1briOQ Wt

fanatical Abolitionists are distributed in thou- Z. TAYLOR. unnecessary; his memory is embalmed in our fi.. \,<" ??feff ..n, lli! f; jga fein

t.. ..' L---_.__ ______- __- __-_-_-._ sands'over the Slave States. Excitement and O. p Baldwin, Esq. 'or' R. H. .Gall her,- '& 'heartsrin connection"*with-the'lmahy agreeable Convention at Wn< >.tn/\titt' ol1"h. *_*J8-Hi3 r

4 Edjtoi-of,theJ-Uit m ndeRenuhU.ean.. ..tRjchJ'd' rtjiiis't1at the enunciation of 4ifa niMeIS i <
;. NOMINATIQNM. : revoltare earnestly sought*'and tn outbreak5TplHmjfflt ;r : :. _. Jul"." ,."iY, '(0 lJmrn..t' ' t.:1 ,too.. "d. fe..rti / 'I :

; rna YJ1l uJa :at. jtjMjai... ...ui M1"-w h 1t ) r: { lth'e Wltlg' '.eu4fioient.&i.uke. heMria al tht\a :RtI41l ttl, That,weoluticns approyetnd: "\lI'lK I'
FOR GOVERNOR OF \\fr tongue can fiiprfci vTKat Irth'dtiChlvc died -
With the of the'Madisoif
haste'ora new
.reckless government, : T
: BAILEY. editors of the Republican. From. .thelar prtiu- ? I .. '-,1:4It-* *: i:a <*
: GEN. WILLIAM |inthe patriotic disch'arge'ofthisi-duty 4iacll" 51 4I1ventiou.
it did not the Provi- .jthe.candidAtea
assuming power ;support fd'it
possess, '
the xhib1 a&
which, l; aeriiapigne; $ &
spleen ,
w ;zeri and an'fif er,'is *h I oiabl 'to'liis'niciuJrf.- : .
sion l Administration of France abolished slavery f 4 : : '" "
i 'a.'f.Clay f-r "*'- i < .
Wnig ,
a.genu'ine f 1-I.
proclaimed Taylor as \ '
: "
't; t : -.5--
W'bIc :
:M { 4
FOR CONGRESS: a expression e1ingSJo1red "
in'the 'The followingCorresponding
colonies. Commissioners were sent : gentIernei ,
Whig,'!-it appears very.much asif they had,1 I' .e.4" < # wei.e.epj P
That the
.c DUVAL. members of the Bar jft
out to who
Guadaloupe : Martinique, soon caught a-Tn br'atid'as'if frequent practice'iriepistolary Committeeforthis
ascertained would be madness to :East Floriiii have heard with the utmost regret last three1nauies'Deingadded 1l
.' .. ; writing had enabled the General $cio -*# > -A-J"J? t t on vj botfon"VV44 A>f 1.4** '
PRESIDENTIAL about immediate The first ( ,of the death'a't PS1bia-Mexico; in the, : no'nilTor is.41 vl *
FOR ELECTORS: an change. intellicas hit i the mark., W.erecqminend.the. fieh.-Le\il6l.Alllrich OeD .

.: CEO. R FAIRBANKS. ,of St.. Johns.. gence of the _effect of the ordinance 'of the foUowing to, the Whigs of Florida: :;:' ::February,!lastyoftneir. associate andlriehdjLouRobertO. Dr.:.J., \*Crichton> c ,, Dr.* J..,. ti.! bell l ?. .J"4-J
French Government Ere ; $ '. :' t{ :r."N t.f; and Thus. J. en
has.r.eached vatt_ .
longwe '
;' CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gathden. What will the Whig Convention i of Georgia| .
may hear a'8econd-'version of'the horrors I DO'with the'above'facts BEFORE'TttEM ? Every I Resolild.UhaV'thoi&tny social and phblic The 'followinggentlemen were' :

.1: JOHN MILTON, pf,Jackson County. which transpired tit. Hajti.BASATERRE, .' Whig paper in the State of Gebrgm/exfeept( thl( virtues of'tfic'Jec. .1. .," sedJJhis:, gr.reaj'anidbiliTy'of4characterrand ]_ [ Commit eesi.o( ,Vigilance: the* sc,a
a i. 4 28th Southern> Recorder. has advocated' a Nlzti6iialnvention high integrity; endearing hiiu us cincts in which tlwyreside.Joij
March 1848.
: t Co 1 that has 'takriiplace RVtai
The news of.our.Revolution, which:reached they did to all his assocuites, cause,his death(o eH'h lden-3O ]
''i i in the State and appointed delegates"to.our"State fteSparNuitOoo
Notice that the Democrats
to .
f., requested give" us by the steamer, you were not aware of by Convention (whether preferences we're } be felt moredeeply and.sorrowfully.1' : "- "mlpl .Tht.
t : the precinct of Clay Hill are invited to meet on: your last letter; we did not.expect su h great o'r'lno Resolvetl'Th&t while we'1 .tfie death tl.m PI
General lament
expressed for Mr. Clay or Taylor; I' ,o(: SjirkmvrA. JouesW. C. Allen
:' Sftturday.the 20th inst for the of electing events but only a change Ministers; !we shall all have 1> jN. : In
purpose' have preferences! were exprtssed at ,) :-.1 'uur deceased J'l' end, so 1rem.atureIJ-cut..towu rSi1fl t. Jno. \.irklbnJ '
t ::1 Convention be held soon we suppose, the abolition of slavery'with agreed to the DECISION of NATION iu s. R ) ij
; : i delegates to a County to ABIDE by a :;
the with forthe in a foreign lan'd'ILII recalhwitlr the I It
Republic- probable indemnity CONVENTION pleasure F p J Ailrt
Jacksonville. : Gen. Taylor tells us, that he will Tucker1 $
to &t value ,of our slaves. The,country is very with wMch.he I
ac c4ptM nomination; if ten'dei-edioiniti without' patriotism forsook the prpfessfori1 Townsend John hell
:0 # In connection with he above, would state quiet, and we do not disturbances ; -enentsVzu. w.D.E) :
we suppose any "
will but : exacting pledges'' but if"it' is",1T, he will 'not, of law for .t'of 1"armsat; the caU'ofh'isxpuntry banks, and FFitchetJl I
.i .take place no transactions in business jg
:: : that the Democratic Executive Committee of the ; ; "J .
; WITHDRAW even if lr. Clay be the NOMINEE }
at head oC'theolul1tcersot'oqr{
-nothing going on. No discount ytate On
money;no nosales motion-Uhe"bemocratic'papers''WBre'
I' What! 'ht t it came to this that man"shalldictate >
recommend that the Convention
any ;
; for our produce, no vessels to take it offyou the terms of his nomination to the people,of "fulfilling, every duty with gallantry'and energy,' quested, .to ppb J) .the,proceedings of'Uw.a
the next General from this .
to situation. .
choosing Representatives may imagine our .5 :
the United lost his lifejn the of
'B/ate9 ,. line his duty. and in the ing. ,
.I, ., Assembly, do meet in Jacksonville, on the From the Bridgetown (Barba) Globe, April(10., Will the ,GREAT WHIG PARTY pcryiit itself service of'his country. !' On( motion; the ; :' :
., ,
4. .'; 1st or 2d day ofthe sitting of the Circuit Court: DISTURBANCE IN 1\IAR1'INJQtTE-We have received to'be annihilated by"a no-party man 1 Willit .t meeting'a(1jou1"1ltt1. .flIJJ/'t
:: 'accounts from Martinique to the 7th of ; Resolved, That as a .t testimony our'respect.,. I JNO
: which will be on Monday or Tuesday the 22d : ; suffer itself to bets1i d' to pieces by General' '. ; ; PARSO.VH, Ch'aimS
': April, and we to learn that revolt of theslave for the of the deceased .
regret a we-will
Taylor should ithd man memory wear I .W1LLLU4 DELL. bita't
I. another afar1 S Secretary. .
greater : .
or 23d of the,present' montb. ,It is desirablethat .* *" .. ...
population was hourly expected to take than htmself be selected to 'hci r its GLORIOUS the usual badge, .mourning Tor the: term of: _--_-.----.-.----OJ STILE ;i' .r A
,. .1
meetings should be immediately held in place, .in consequence of the postponement by STANDARD_ in the battle soon to be fought? thirty days..' .CHARTIST DE) XS1'jfiifit

: .: every precinct, and that full delegations be sent the Provisional Government of their emancipation -, me ueneral tells us, that ne will give no further -t $j The London Times of the
, ft until the present p hnd::been reaped.As .- Which being seconded by CoL.CV A. Mitchelin 17The :inst:sy
; : to the County Convention. pledges to any party! ,than that he will follow .
I, .. : --." .- As R. M. Steamer Conway was passing the the Co'nstitutiMjuidi the examples of the earlier in aUdress tenderly'and affectingly coniinen-5\ metropolis pn>sented yesterday me

; :;: island about 1 o'clockA., .VI..on Saturday night, Presitlents! To which of them does,he allude-? ding the. virtues of the. deceased, were' unani- of unusual'excitement and nlicrni: Tiic"tof;.
4 ;, INDIAN AGENT AT T.utp.\-We understand'i. an estate was observed to be on fire; this informationwas One of them was favor"- "-'of the ALIENArD'SEDITION : I minatibn!! nnnouiical by the numbers"o tkf

i., ':;': Jhat,Major R. D. A. WADE. hitherto of Savannah I- communicated to us by an officer of' LAWS. The'third differed-radically upbrir inoUsly adopted. L : CharhMtltlOlIlIl C'!nvtntion roholdthcift\fet(S

". t... Ceo, has been ordered' to Tampa to take the Conway, who vouches for its correctness. me questions from the'first,second and fourth: James A:1'eJcn, Esq. movc 'the following' ,' ing and 'procession'in defianceof'-the'}i.t :ri4'thc

.,, PROCLAMATION. soB enough 'at present. Gen. ,Taylor' is unwilling which was unanimously,adopted :":' : constituted authorities--theniilitnrrjtttifj I
: : command of the troops at that PQst, and to superintend I- rations, almost,
: INHABITANTS OF GUADALOUPE. ; i to abide by the decision of the'National S Resohedj That a copy oi'these proceedings be unparalleled lor 'cxteirt-; li
t: Indian affairs in South Florida. .coinpletonesiVniadu-by the
A Provisional Government Juke
in France Convention 5
,a replaces UNLESS tIE is THE MAN! The'spirit ,forwardeii to the mother of the deceased and atthe'ljtfuittfi
I the
the one instituted under the'Charter : of army to put down any
of 1830. tritrand noble Whigs'will'fl sh' fire ai:this iusnrrcctioDttt1\t.1
: :: NEW PUBLICATIONS. have received the France is quite liberty to adopt any institutions determination. They will 'not submit to be that L. Aklricb, Esq., be requestedto present tempts that might be matte-and the': 1r.

: ''I ;'0. April number of the "Southern Quarterly lle- upon which the majority of the nation blasted by division, brought upon'them; ;:: copy of the same to the Court on to-morrow; ble unanimity with which the middle aV MA

; :! tieie.'* Its contents are particularly interesting t- may decide. S. such IMPERIOUS DICTATIONS They will rioro seethe and move. that they be placed upon the records cr of the classes placed their Cervices at the'diqei i |!it);
; danger that besets them and -had each! in turn eciutHwJprehension
AROUSE AS ONE \nd that the
fa.., ,1t and we invite especial attention to the article :- The people .of Guadaloupe must await with 'M AN TO VINDICATE THEIR AND proceedings be publishedin.the ted to interest1uge; mtmt'l"ni or the popubtilJai

;..r on A hew route to China."' The editorial patience and confidence the result at which the THEIR HONOR! PKJDEjTRINCIPLESy. News of Jacksonville} the Sentinel of Tallahas iu thC're8ultf or'the tlIlY.S lbrceedg.Wto,
'p .:: notices arc unusually'full. Also, appointed Metropolitan government may arrive ,. .,, s ee,'anti the Greenville.Mountaineer. incl'ct e the"p'lic-11 1e.hiiig. of" uade1lnof4

: -with regard to Emancipation, a measure quite' SOUTH CAR (On the next diy Mr.Louis i 1" i wii j 111 which the'Ci&rtists ?,.! ?.
.. The Southern Cultivator" for May. This reconcileable with their acquired rights the L!: Charleston. Mercury ALDRICJIJ in moving gardcd The weather was exceedinglyfatoriS!

4" valuable monthly is richly freighted, as usual, precautionary step taken by the Colonial Council -' seems not to relish the meeting Georgetown i .on behalf, of the bar, that the tibove p'ro 'ed-' blc for the detnou :l'iitiou ; no obstruction iyf.

.! : Kith articles on agricultural subjects. ofGuadaloupe has the entire approbation of which appointed a delegate to the Baltimore iugs be inscribed among the minutes of the offered by the police tat he trades aiiJU&fiprocessions

I the Provisional Government, reserving to itself, Convention1, and intimates that 'it. wls"'only a Court, made the following eloquent and feeling which left the iIi'Idlesexside'ef.
\ however, the further consideration of the means "n ; S London for Kennington-common ; II afreeihor
; that igho rhCiod'gather We little remarks :
: MOURELLITES.-Notwitbstanding BLACK can see use,
oughtare was
i .. .. n necessary for its completion. permitted-to all whowisfjolV
: who had been accused of the murder of Mr.W in the Southern States sending a ,representation lay please, the.Court- take part in'the public -mtctiug: and yet iD;*

t : : .: GIBBONS, was discharged by the Magistrate immediately t.I- ,-for the blow has been struck, and theSoutb' At a .meeting of the members of the Bar on I stead of the l O.IUO persons-whu we weretoUl
"GAME TO THE LAST..' yesterday evening, fo' the of would :15scuiblc'uI'un
purpose paying a
after the affair, such was the excite has, been insulted. Ambition and, vote, Kcnuinjrfon OOJDmoO aall1
: \ proper tribute of respect tu the of proceed thence lo the
The plot thickens. HENRY CLAY has declared memory our of Common tho
,. ment of the citizens of Alachua. county against I! that he can receive hunting will probably induce the approaching deceased' brother, Robert G. Livingston, Esq., I most liberal estimate oftho number of p rsote.*
\ him that more Whig.votes than Convention to Southern but wiis selected to present the of the within'view'at line
:: they forcibly detained him in custody respect Rights we proceedings one I It' Kensington common'''
/to -. with a daily and nightly guard until the Session' Gen. TAYLOR, and old, .Rough and Ready becomes -' believe it is the last chance we shall have. The meeting to the Court, and to ask to have them does not reach 50.000: and ought not'probably

testy, and insists that he. will not be I inscribed i upon its records. Perhaps among ally to ):' <
of the Circuit Court for that following remarks from the Mercury :
: County. The arc.spicy
m professional' brethren
110'on could have
; Grand Jury then found, true bill against him backed off the course by HENRY CLAY or any othen ough. ', been selectedtwhose i'clation8'witli the deceased' The delegates had: assen4et1 jlt 0.o'clackt; ;

', 0-"1 f murder. At his 'request the 'venue for his e man. :The CLAY papers'all over the country .">We publish, by request, the proceedings of would enable him to form a' urejustapprecia- M, at thc-Hail, aiui front thence went inproct$

,,, trial was removed,to this county jOn have,been very ascertain this fact.- a meeting lately held-in .Georgetown, for the tion pthis"chnricterj! and I way.add with sincerity sion to Kcuniujhou common. .Aemumunicutiou

i; Queries were accordingly addressed to him,and purpose of appointing a delegate to the Baltimore no one who would more freely accord to was received from (.ioverimwnt '''dt
Tuesday last
evening he was broughthere another letter accordingly We Convention. It does not seem, from the i him that meet of, praise which his virtues so sion would
I ; .: in the custody of Mr. ELLIS, Sheriff of Ala appears. can proceeding, that the meeting was anything richly ni rited. I knew hiiu almost from the i t. keJLfcej hrongl*
tell which
hardly is. the ; the
:" chua county, and committed to the jail at this most amusiug,-the than a neighborhood gathering ; and its nom morel outset of liia professional earlier, arid' practised' streets oJ'J.ondon.iiiHamniutury: spccdttes

.1 ,:',! place, to await his trial at the next Circuit pertinacious malevolence of the Clay organs,- ination of a delegate1 appears only to have been with him uutil prompted by.motives ot the high-, C were mall by several Chartist leaders but

or the sturdy noIi-c mmittalism of the letter- intended the indication of 'a preference. cst!; and jnyst devoted patriotism, he left lisas a they all united! in tli* u; ,iing the niultitwe1|
: Court which will be held towards the' latter Without the action of the volunteer |jn his $ .
writing Hero. The editor of the Richmond \r rest of-tho'Congressional S o iitry' cause. There,was froui'eutei'invc Loudou
.c; part of this month. So great ,has been the excitement ( a.) District in accordance, it is not to be supposed of my professional i .ircthrcnwith whom .In irocesaion. The'jwWticus
Republican, a stiff Whig paper, alldressedthe I: cauic were iaa-iistod; ta the-ExccutiYC CorDmft- -
r' under the apprehension that he is that any one will thiuk attributing more frequently in contact, no one of

: i t'-. connected with the notorious of Iorreli j, following searching questions to the old General further consequence to its expression of opin- them with] whom my business: and personal rcr tee and the As-snubly dispersed. '*t.

gang I : ion. We think it a pity to disturb the State lation'*w'ere more intimate, and. no one of them The foilO\\'iili i$ an account of the rcccptioa i
i t i" :: Ute that a double patrol and guard will be with a matter which is evidently not to its taste, S ,for ,whoin 1 cuter't'aiucd, a more unqualified esteeni. of tho > t j

4 kept over him until the day of trial. "It has been stated in some of the papers, in ani to attempt laboriously to bring round to High mfnded, generous, chivalrous, in petitions by'Parliament:, ;

i- ,#. a most, positive manner, that you have said, if the eyes ofthe people a question on which they senti cnthe, could'uot fail t '/Secme flic"highest The CIal/ist Pttition.-'S.he Chartists lor -

If i ; Henry.Clay be the nominee of the Whig National have so unequivocally nnd contemptvottsly? r'g.U"l1'of' those with whom he associated certainly nothing to complain of iu the uiacMCj-

I 5 THE' DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION Convention, you will not suffer yourname to ed their back. They cannot go to the C If/t/l-I Of that temperament which did not provoke nor i in which their petition was received ou ilomiiynight.

: ; .: for nominating candidates for the be used as a candidate. tion without full assurance that they must i- b brook.insult fie rraVrved'tfiat tsmguliir amenity The .Vhu-quis oi" luiJowuc,speakujgut;;:

; Presidency, and Vice Presidency of the United; l{ It .bas been also stated lately, that, in recent -. tllt'r quarrel with it, or be bullied by it ; and that' of manner which-attached us to him. with the it in the, Lord aiid feeiiugly and uiphutiahyfi

I':', States will assemble in Baltimore conversations, you have declared that you neither by' the one proceeding nor the other ,most sincere affection. That it liaU1 iu.theother Itouse uf i'arliamdif;;

: : on Monday are in favor of the Tariff of'4 6, of the SubTreaC..Lfl they gain'any desirable object. The great S (Of his professional ability attainments, received the attention which all petitions ena'J

; t :. tho 22d May, the present month. sury, of the war-that in fact the responsibility body of the. people South Carolina rests quiet the character \ ho established? at their Dating fix ai'tht! peopleVere; entitled to u.m'\
: : of the war belongs to -also that if elected -I in In the lloudu CDIUUJOUS the
I :; you ly on the conviction that they can neither gatKer ) tJm shore period 'of his practice, the universal scene w.isnat'
.a. .
If I President, you will ehoose your Cabinet from from thorns confidence iinpiegsiveAir. '-. ...J
; thistles. which
i ,:' VIRGINIA ELECTION- AS far as. heard from grapes. nor Jigs from Was'reposcdinhim.and!
both parties. the' rahg -'or practice he7 had sccurexJ are the Jb'&irgusConner; amidst almost brcalW
'. the Democrats have gained .two Senators,and We respectfully .solicit an answer, to the fol HASTY- WRITING. The most unerring'cvidcuces. Weall regarded, him less silence, S t iA :-Sir, 1 rie .to present ap; (fJuntionHigueJ !
Boston' 'ro'st the
J fifteen delegates. The have gained lowing .has.
Whigs one questions : ; : '' with attention, antl're pect':18L htwyer.; by Oj/UO.OUO-perscns; jiLsoanotlerpctiLiou
I :' Senator and seven delegates.: Of 24 members: 1. Will you refuse the nomination of a Whig following..short paragraph; ; -1 i Severed from us in'the. spring time of life;n't signed by 'lUl UCO' 1'cfKon ;' jrlo*
National Convention? ', Vm. Gibbon, sheriff Alluchua Alabama ,the outset uauica are noc, appended to' nittsttn1;
J to be heard from at least 16 will undoubtedlybe I county, of'fi'career'of brilliant promise) ,where this large
J. 2. to withdraw if Henry.Clay. .' has been murderedJbyn man named I he had sought to identify;himselt with his coun The pedtioiis pr..y lui-annual PIrIi&11vutislIrIgL '
Democrats. The Democrats lost 3 memberson .
; or other\ the B" .. ,
J any .man candidate 1 ; S trY's loryhe' has left behind huh u cHaJacterwhich ; vote by ludlot, vquai elcC"1 t.,

'". a local question.: .'I" '' )Jo. 3.- Have you'.stated;that yon 'are in favor of In the first lin :the Tariff ot5 4the Sub-Treasury tkat ''If : of meuibcra.:b'eg;; il- to stilt, that from the
: This Democratic victory will have an ; you than three mist kcs. The wercgJl.ll that characteraright it
of the murdered ,
the and name
war: select Cub- 1 have rCxeive
.. important influence the Whig National your win stimulate us to use all honorable means to courtesy alre.hiy. 'l from the
upon inet from both man was GIBBONS and he
was sheriff of Ala- house
parties elevate: par profession: to that hig l' standard :i shall say no luore tlum simplymttf
Convention, as it has headed Taylor's.Whig. chua< county Florida- there which that the petitiou Le read the clerk the.
The following is the which being no county ol the objects of its institution so clearlypdintou't by at
$ friend'sin is reply, :,we find. in .. ', ble. .
# YirginiThere How hardly a that name in Alabama. : ,i'.. 0 1L'i* I .1
li1 : TAYLOR'S will the Republican, of the 2d inst. His The petition was. read tW
: doubt that name be intr S I brethren;the bar.'those with whom-he accordingly by

-, ;- iLtr ced.. dU-1 BATON ROUGE, La., April 20, 1'348 TRIBUTE. TO THE MEM.ORY' OF moved,'arid'lifh, Ufeeply sensible of the: Clerk. _
..CAPT loss hate At the conclusion of the reading the pct
'shstaineU !
'' -. Dear S4Yo. r letter of'the 10 inst., which I JIOBERT. LIYIKGsrrON. they have 'met.\o perform Hon .
3 alludes certain.statements that have this i lust; duty : iVisa melancholy duty yet'it: is .ri ': -
DISEASED. PINE TREES'w NORTH, CAROLIAj .- recently At Lord : ro amid
aMeeting of the with Morpeth muchf cheering
-II been made in' some of the at the" North members the Bar of :S prfrfe that tficy feel able fa un'iniinousTy 1Ii

t The Wilmington .Chronicle says that much and which submits several papers inquiries for my con, East'Florida, held Xn Newriansvili'e.on the Tuesday i to offer this tribute of respect to the deceased. said.Sir, piy right houor.ible.friend" the Secretary

) alarm is felt by all. Turpentine producers in sideration, has been received.To 'of'tayrcrtij \ Words expre 'b\t feebly We VfeeiJfeblfng whichpervadedftmUmeefing. of Stiite for hu1; ou} Jl NrtU1el, ; .Qutihavebeen'iu I
., I :1848,of the Circuit Court:,. ; ? ; hfs.pLice 1atI lie..not been gnat; that section of the State at immense number your inquiries. i have respectfully to re. iio one; felt'biit that he"
motion .
,' ply- I on ;of the Jlon. G. U. k'l .)\Cal..R" : had lost a'iriendyiv, brother, ho one but dropped occupied by :the nocessary.bivsjnessof.iwd
of pine trees'whlch f l'e'dying without any perceptible PEARSON was called trlt partment this niprniug,, (IIejir.hear.) Jwaj
First- That if nominated by the Whig Na to'th Choir/; ahd'Maj, a ibiS'inemolT..r May: this affliction, severe ,
cause. Every day.the malady seems to tional Convention, I shall not refuse acceptance,', J. CHILD requested, to act asJie'cVctary', : 'I as it is,*incite us.'to nobler aims, thai when hq everJ ..his iib3trncej.statej that whateTtfmay .

increase and exteud it* violence: A gentlemanin provided 1 am left free of 'all pledges and permitted Ih.e,i object.of the rneedngjbejng : i. death rtiaycall us" 1i c\'we'1fi.Y have builtforourselvfeu be hisopmion of the 'sentimwits' .cpn ainaiiLthat.petition \

Brunswick county, had-, within short time, ,to maintain the position independence Chairman atedjby the amonu'mCJlI'f.riduri g'.uitthU' char ,he does, not\Vi1t, ibat:h14 itkAt'
". of all parties in which the.people and ,Hon..G. R.Fairbanks/after a few ap: aeter oonr c1elilrtcd-nroth ti'zw: "' beconsidered.byjhis j I absence!as.ivantiugr w
P : lost hundred thousand own .
; .I .one and thirty trees 'or my "
sense of duty have 1 shall propriate'remarks. ;offered t4 e- followirig'Prcamble -' I move the 'Ltoiirt1-thttttlie proceedings of the pect<\y.hlcA)! ateiiti'uu so numerously ifgjw

j; about the task .twelve hands.. Others had refuse the nomination of any convention and Resolutions I meeting. be inscribed upan'its recoi-ds. ;: .' ,,' was undoubtedly'eniiUedJto., (Hear.1 Lear.L] ).i

. Ii1 lost from fourth to a half of their trees ty. '. "- par. -.The'occ siou of 6ur ./; t", Tt"j -iJ.-i' .P._ :*\ I' '. : The petition wa*; Chen,f eiapved'frpmjlBe: 5**

itI Iftliis' disease has become general in NorthCarolina Secondly do not design withdraw my -meeting membcrs of : ALACHUA DEMOCRAT MEETING. of the house by.iburjOfjthe'mcascugerdk,.!, 't hCTE1i
; this Bar- is '
: name if Mr, be the to'pay tone tribute of fo' i1i if. I At S ..' .
1' as bo"expected from their haying I Clay. nominee-of Whig respect : a meeting of the Democratic1 citizens of ; ri '"' -
r, : may National Convention-and,, in this onnexion; I' memory ot'CbLRob'M; 'tr.'Xivinss'to: ,4,)ateljr, :an" Alachua- 'held nansville- :: \ $ FM EU9-, ': :'
exh&usttfd the of their trees for I it county, :) 1 on the
sap years, beg permission to .
S relwu'kthat: the statements esteemed associate in qu;.proftWonttl I BY THE .STE.UHJ& .A JIKJJJCA, **3 p5
: -. t4 cannot 'but ind cc'the raidsettIemeii of East: which.have been so positively,made'in some of his Ceurt.'nnd,elsewlere. ; -in ??nd.Mayin8t, M jor JOHN PERSONS rffas The news- ?. C lonel .
?. Florida W. haja here,hundreds'of. thousandsOf the Northern prints, to the effect "that should 'Livingston;*the Chair;' iih.d':'WM..5) Ltr'appoiuteCSfcretayy ,t,impqi i \C6tojthe( swcrIdl3iO I
: ,- )[ Clay be the nominee of the Whig National was a'native1. of:the'Staf e'of, SoiittfCarpliria;:ah"d: ; '''' ..j.l'I t "I'". } tit wall ba seeuth EngViiiUluis; jpassed.iJi 1
S : acres of the finest pine lands in the world. Conventional stated Wmt-l atanly agutci41' "1\fttt;- JeiJ-lt I : S ,} ,v rtUJ./ d1) ft : .,J./.n. 'i -.1 crisis-nrth'ttt, greuta chnribV "nio\"eIU ent Wende h
: would not six) . 7., ,
!' ,
i: -f *4 ****-u iatWcstP.Qint.HwIleo \1inotioa.Of4'QpUi,}us ejl] ij epII4ueefour p.f
fet my name to be used,'\are not correct,and hav', the waiutuined ? jn''smoke Ji lyjd that t.nsland;.u $&;"
:' I AND S nofoundationin a highly. .wcvfe appoint edL'CdD8 sting of Gen.Russfell monarchy: J
r JBMANCIPATIQN.We any oral .written remark of, respectable posit oQuniil .tsf_ / < ir
t ? : cannot too strongly call the attention Lof mine. It;has not been my intention: any'moment declining healtK'cdmi'peUed'h'im i l jA! d ;' lJt'fi s. J.1r"aft')arid'-Ih'YJJG: tin Ireland, thje.complc ionpf thlngafiasn ,

.to change ray, poSltlon-or to .withdraw 'to 1J1iiVintlkGcij.( \vh i ii'He"7 I Dell tou r' i Qi1t1 r iJii(t'of" rdbrn;- -' .I bei lunP.cI1..a1tcre": 7 Th,1fOp1 J1a1AtDID.
: Southern 'men to the gangers which IQrround !' 4t1 L4XlI1 1'I-7 *il; *. ').'.t'h P.W.y .. ..t o
S I : name frout the canvass whoever deyotctI.Iiztfl9lF : : { : <.l." l. e.\.r .am J\t.utu P.n ll goveriuiehWUC
., my miy beth B ,0.1",1' .... theJiw w4 .sq !
:: :" us fromtu'* application of 'fatnatjcism the 1 nominee of.the National Convention}' either f the guidance.ojf}tiie,Hon.W d 04..1' u : r ftQAn ipg1AIU1 .pppojn p. CorrespondingCommittceand : ., they held a't the previous ac jnntij rrr-? ?

; : events which now trans-' I I the,Whig Democratic-, ., .- ->u -. ... the ompso1fu n' Committees of VigilandeTfiuthef t -From the-continent-the no wi ia intcrestiBJiftMw -
1843'he _
p1riiiinEs&FQPe..4.Lftr0.; Empires pf. highly i' Thirdly l have never stated to nny ono that year came to-Florida1 and i ttled nAtocntftffcuntyi'H : f :*; -. -.-- - .- 4 sanguinary batt1J.J'Wcl.n place betWI'Pip

rf'}; cultivated/and intellectual freemen'haTe!risenMaJMt''tteirdPppres8ors I was in favor of the Tariff of'46-of the Sub-p ; '1' efeJb" ""i.fs, '.h1'.I L...Jln QI.r>"rt\'dl'n.b ..,,1| lIon. G com r*?iiUbhn11s1ciA! present T waslntroduC&i' unol.. ,. .' r ll1.'fmu.:; .ijoJtei\l.

; : hf Treasury, northat originated the war with e. c.rgyj, tq pbLcaic1Jahigfly 9 PJtci We JP9i' 'ttie&ci" I1l.Qdf the ih@pJr .c' .t..,. ... 'fer. o[ JF..ers.r."
'.tM1 i led
; 1MtJ rexiOO:*' ; should beIo
N6r7-finalIythatI if
.. ; ( ; elected I) ion dt theJIaran4 byhis.urbanity-of ft1'[Ql.Hci !: : mt-h -: 8 Yt. 'o. t.410UtIza %j'f ,
I ; : their libWyi k comshed. v ry.lrt l' J&.J b lect n lcabIl1 t..trol1liOth'' parties No manners r1fbfP' a S"rlt ytlu. qmmerw.ii.pqiq.qCQt9xs! '
: 1 t.e, .? t l such:! "fahafTesef !ed'4he d p > ,. l. l i .ft \f'fW t! :tI1WP- ; t'Te'fq :r.
S ',As necessarilyoiloired .grpat.snthusi.n ;..j ji'lmiisiona or jjtfcteDaents'.w rft toade-by me;.at. respeet'aiotic 'il-i'w t1ff 41J'lt t '0" Len'. ftp t9 PRln the different topics and P t8 b 4 JJ ;rPPfl ,
S : iro"vfi'J .r1 s'b pTodnded. Th*imriuit of LU?*-H i arty Piitme.loav-ez'toadd tllhetol11\yfPCl'S n.' t.- t-Ln "d & ">. i by a patri- lcip1i1iMcb itUlgJlish S\Ih 4u3ietjoreat rtqTP.:1 I J 5.Ljb',1iu. ct-t..r.j.t 1$4V5 2
thitlslfouldrsttch. and t I\, !
"ri ;:;iIff .l': < earlfrdikctionfofthqofjon of J { J.ft;
1; : n co 4tkia '; k.h""lieu e 1u1 ih'.distinctiol be: cpnferredi l : parties in the-Unlop/tffld'iblyianttcoii fslusively
Ul9. ris !
01.. -. _". J' fLl 1 ,t.. I upon mo itelvftttetit fmBJ nnd1eMibg1tohistpi Ll .it'on'ea tle't din {I-Lij' IJ"p.tfl1, !\ e.M.W)'P..tSIJ: tdi
fM been!clelfied&I)4Jw.4 t P :'l t ( jot the'Executive Office,?the Const, li'e 1i&gU lb l r<.yJtiii'stJ. usfained. those whtc "'ar 1. f J o1d"hr 14.4. l .. '.Fjb.s"J
. S .$& jtntianf id'a'Atrlat-andJum l 1qLepatatinjti di J Ii r Bfl : ; I ... t. Y"jl ; !lr. y ,-
Th'e Wicked fanatics of thirconniry Jiavoijikeftdrantoge rirptoj '-1($1'9"L ri..".! i'ii4.Oi..n )''OiI I harnctcf Q ', P o 11"
jiftith bplrit midTOOdoin'iwhich;lisas'Aipon e -I itft ftTf7 mi and victorious rfiarchtfkrcdjlimtjyidctskT g1i t '
S ed' !,tr. J
JZ lfP' .
Jj! bMH'FP..AAt Thick I
: of tlje pxcitement. They ion;t fm our ar1i iesi4e ..lW t lp\lWng] sol1t- h' .1. .1. ,JD.
by '
tSrwO JJe : try, apu with mOilqtiringi ft.ta 1. ion 'da t4Jn t T f !.!' .
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I passagebaC tbtogthe ;following notWwj&ricli\-d ttr dgu the Post .
aj, a ) $ 1 Offi e-bya'oung lady toMbom it.was'idu'res- B1tItifoitthe.Ithe fJftOWIdn-ApII Term, 14fEDItEDJ3YTlfl

ecto ** engagement tas takert' pt&ce sad: ;w utiHiiju- / It.wilLepoe ..BOAIW 1t; j. a. 1

*'A nfitt naI7. .. uii1erth tl1sq v--. ,1 1'1Lfl iLDcam j- public sale, in -

Snt htates that the Piedmonteorious Miss.'-Deeply solicitous to gratify sen'sibility -* .Towarcufj Jacksontille,in f sad> jcotttty Qpiut I>y.appaintTattpa

One and Uad captured 5000, priJStat by,sympathizing with myfortuitous*: first Alonday; ,inJune next,.between the f iJc [ iry tluringiiolJ 1)ehftvi6 sBO cretoftb followfngnanied

however, the preponderance of'tIi4 evation, Lseiz&thepiztobuy implements tojn- hours i4sa.1e on that day,a certain negro female appointed are! hfereby IC ,
)f the Austrians were victorious, form yon, that, by.the testamentary disposition slaTe,.called.ChloeJ and her child-Georgey Ukn( onds with security to bthippro'ved by.heBoaiI ? iiMzitke| UUC9UUC lUerCCJfe

K TSe Piedmontese loss was .-- of remote branch consanguinity, my,tutelary ;in execution as-! the property of Joseph-jJtLancn8terto fl:the sumioflhrfie htindfedddlLirSy'pavabl* td 'tfif'eteW ftnoVwunfefc> ihd-y'; 84
intelligence bt; ,since armed, by, residence is removed;from the metropolitan satisfy execution iifa'WrOtGQu1d,- the State of Florida,-conditioned for thefaithfnI'peforttmanof and all 'cost and fch'aifoesryi! 'p
Lf correct no decsivo'battle had been horizon to a small district in the country,wherein Banks &'TUOSb LEDWiTH-t their$duties,\and)- hill before pale thereof; to VKr 'l i L .

; tht both armies roust speedily come futurity.-l shall be mote pertinaciously sup May 13, 1848.; entering upon the duties of their office -take 'Tlmeindlvid d interestbr'pbn6tfi; t B1o4t

scb: tibat the banks of the Minwa-r. erstitious., in the astrological revelations of human : ..: : : .: and subscribe an oath, well,truly and faithfully ooanioraon' s ? '

eDgagemeflto this impending battle hinges *,destiny. And as shall need some of thc CHARGES D E to' dihrge1he'dzneei4i: 4Ji. <*: 0?* iiI 'The1 interest of Charles'Al Jflrvisp .. ,

Vj'the jLLC Of"Europe as should the lul-. lovely.daughters of Eve, to cheer.-and comfort I Ordered, That the follotrihg-Tatea:of-pilotage'shallb SThelnterest'of oah'Jarvis1' :? 't' jj
elIgce or w.r it was expected, couldMlSjt'lei me in this lonely retreat, I will shortly be down !airowed to each'pilotcbnductinga vcs 'The interest otJeromus Johnaon. tj *d* c*

ns jcateu, France reu1ii1I neutral. to see you on the subject matrimony. ; !fi ""el into the harbor of Tampa Bay and T to her : "The intevrcst of Alexander Miiir. :'* nt .

( Vienin on the 5th inst. for No more,until I eat another dictionary." ..SALES- in>iny part of the County attended* 'destined' anchorage--within ft heC'same or 'the' The interest'of Mordecai My era.' --. .

( ofpicificatiOflS to the Lornmbose to respectfully solicited. -J nearest approachable point thereto, and the I The) interest 9rIad lccaT'M.: 'Noah..' for tue'' '

)iilan, Austria is willing A Gentleman.-A man with long nine in one Jacksonville, May 6, J 84$. samefot.c Drying aveselbutt wit: -Former years 184Gand' >47. 'z' :.'. *

independence molcrate terms. This is alrrl hand, a sword cane in.the other;-with tvro cents .* i chant vessels drawing less than eight feet water, 'The" interest of Ichabcjd-PralT.' *' ?n 'd2 4,

QwIeJge on Austria the Cabtu.becoue in his pocket, and no sense in his head. Executor's Notice. : -. two dollars'nnd fifty rent per fOTtjifbr vessels 'The 'interest1 of AaroV'Peckffor. tbCi86a'(1'4 1'fije3} i
the fiTh itep taken by I of the same description, drawing eight feet or ; ; -A : J0> ? '' l *'** **w irM
poSt stupefied to the' r
pertctly ot'heecflt "Is that the tune the old cow died,of??? asked SIX MONTHS after date, Ishall'hpply : over, three dollars per foot; for all > United The interest of Cyrus lYerkth.-' ; "K !f pfThe'interest m
IIId for
th3 5idJCflflS3 rapidity the .wjth Judge of Probate. DuraV county, a States vessels three dollars foot -for every *-' iosThe'ihteres't
In&jnert by an Englishmen, ; industry of the per ; 6f John N.'Saycr; V
which a New Englauder whistled Yankee Poodle final discharge from Executorship' night, detained! On'board of nny vessel outside of John .'Seaman.f," J* J J'The'Iritercs ""i jlte
lnv the increase : Roberts d sed.. -
; the distress seem on Estate of James B. ce -
in WII',Egmont Kcyftwo dollars; ever ves-- of the heirs' ofVnL Tajlor? *'o '
several eminent B. ROSS Err ,
cn of the failures of distress 'Xo, l-ccf," replied Jonathan, that, ere's the May 6th, 1848. drawing ten feet water or over,three dollars- therdi5in'T: u '" f u' >* war; .
? Onuses which creating great '' '
ing : security tune old Lull died of !'r rj1HORBURN'- GARDEN SEEDS and fifty cents per foot The-interebt of \Ym.Thorn,for t1AIt84 3
renders the '
op1t1v' When vessel, bound into the-aforesaid and :'
the :
any 4t.'I:
&mon; hichlv tn'.7 I For sale A. M.: REED. -'I
rP1.ninv by
.tn.i nf -
thecarious PIIULI'cz.rivb. B j lor r The New York papers mcnfibn'nn elopement harbor, shall'be)t hailed or spoken by any pilotof The'intVrest,of John kl Townsend. ? -

Tn Vnifeli. the grc.t movement a case in that city of a beautiful white girl, only Aprill5,1848. I : -.: > the'same outside the bar, and said vessel not The interest of t ael Foote. .

GertflWC ijoijieder.tiOI1 w politically suspen-dis- seventeen, with n colored man.CJmritable having:Already a pilot of the said harbor orf' The: nterest of Jc"sse Delanof ,; .i- 2L
deafurt e.uses. and by the alarming NOTICE TO SETTLERS board,shall refuse to take,and receive said pilot The interest of Barnabas"Osburn"forthe- IHI'tand
Prussia and Denmark respecting The late Archbishop'of UNDER THE ARMED OCCUPATION ACT. and them in that .
. petebetweeli Bishop.- _so_ hailing go speaking, case years:1846 nnd 47. ;n jf
t1e DUC Canterbury, who, although lived in princely, the Lard said pilot shall be, entitled to >and, receive and < The interest of"John.Rodman, for the year*! .
the Instructions to Officers'at
L--- almost royal splendor, amassed 0.000, cxcluMve Extract from Nervnansville in Florida.G have one half of the aforesaid rates Whenever 1846 and '47 _, -. -, j v i, t*
of freehold estates, has left thc \vhole.ot the Augustine and any vessel outward bound: shall refuse to receiyg The interest.of Thomas Dexter- rtarkedjonli "
March 30 1848. ,
IRELAND. vast property to his widow, Mrs. Howley, and ENEtiAL LAND OFFICE, and-take on board a duly-authorized pilot the map of said Grant, owner not known-J Ji

The movement is progressing slowly, but not a tangle shilling to any charitable or religious UNDER the act of thc 4th .August for the,armed'1842y' of said harbor, such vessel shall be liable to pay | the years-1846 and'47. :1' -c T '
the Proliant portion ot the ubjpct. "An act provide such pilot-one half the rates liereby allow ed.- The interest of
Wh'lv, unoig : and settlement of the unsettled Henry Dudley, for the.yc&rs '. t :
the '
Vvrcli.nin.iry- meeting of occupation In all cases, when vessel' has not been hailed lS46and'47. ,. '
jipllItIOD.. Du-ghed-i- ) was held in thc MayoiSSSLs Fatter Mattl m Coming Ore/-.-The N. Y.f of the Peninsula of East Florida,"'and the act or spoken by,one of the aforesaid pilots until TIIOS.- C. -ELLIS, late Sheriff. -- ".' -
5th June ?
on the Cth nit, Mr. North vL Herald Elites that a letter Was* received from the amendatory thereof, approved she is within the harbor or inside "thebar ntEgmontKey and x-officio Tax CollectorT'j : ?IP -

in the chair,to discuss the que ion asJTJkther great temperance advocate of Irchilid. by a distinguished those settlers who, in ticcordanee mentioned with- in''the the'conditions former the same rules shall govern in every for Alachua cgunty,....* '
the Bq *l ol the Lilian would be gentleman New York city, by the and stipulations respect as above recited, except as to the 'February,- 1-lS G0.

Uncial or otherwise to Ireland. Koman.olios last teai.K'r at Boston, which states his intention act, have obtained permits, which-have :rates pilotage, which shall-b6 one'half of the '- :
wm-cutin-lv excluded. Ihe meeting i of coining in the month'of September. He Wen confirmed'by this Office; and have proved! aforesaid rates and nil such vessels may'discharge I .- ; ; i&i.1 41'n -
to -I reuUtLUI which concludes thus:- will not go to Home, nor1 has his visit to Rome the fictof thc commencement of their settlement said pilot insida the bar'oh h'cr outward ALACHUA HOUSE. .,,
gIue ofihe .
and fertcntly within one year after the.survey ** >* 'Ve IK.W re }.tvlfnlly.. iiiuutely, influenced his delay' A severe influenza has land shall be entitled to certificates for the trip. / t ; / I seek from the Uriiisi! Paraameut ft liepcil been the cause of the difficulty. and rate:* of fnlorng/wlfieli may become ..L alIlpremises formerly
with the owned.uudocci..3pied
between Great land embraced thereby complying
EJtliti\e diic are made recoverable before
the lc hereby
of > byJ. W, 1earson, NnansyiI1 t
resolutions, to wit>- .
following ;
and Ireland"m Lnmartine wrote to M. Louis Phillip- aiiy'couit oTfre'brdbr rtHy'Ju'sficVo'f he Peace!,
Britain Pageot, First. Each of such settlers shall by the' :E. F, will be ready to accommodate.flonrder t- -
Fire aroiacontinue to be extensively purchi- I pes: Minfctrr at Washington, thus:.-"If you affidavits of two disinterested -witnesses prove -mmdnpporthc or any Intendant or Mayor of any incorporate :Travellers ,after the 1st day of May t* 43

,jcl Thc Cork Esamincr s ys: 'To givenii i serve the exterior policy of the provisional govJeinient his own affidavit 'th'at heli'i'.l town in this State. It shall b.e the duty of saidp'ilots'to and hopes by-his exertions to make guestais-- :

HM of the extent to which thc rage for obtiin- I with sincerity, dignity and ptuileuce, cleared same enclosed'and by cultivated at lit go out -to every ypsscl bound to the comfortable possible. lie has good stabling/ ,
his : mention one positive fact, linil in and kind ) said harbor soon as practicable.after '
ri1l they
in'sinn": g'iiwe VOLt moo a just pjreCtatorofyoflraets. land embraced his permit and a first rate hostler always attendance.. $ J1
that iii :i "Sl'' hue ol !l ljOyr country tow" IU"Mia'nC happy to estimate at their proper five acres of thc by five; appearin the offing, to keep.suitable beaconaAt GEO. M. GALPIN,
the for
t1L the atrltsrIn inhibitaiiLs; arc possessed of value the services you may render to .the. natiomt. consecutive and continued years to, from,cultivate and after the same commence" 'the entrances of said h3thor,hnd suitable stakes Newnansville,April 15, 1645. Cm, f- '
fjititen t.tii'1 jt aid a.8ufficient i"mberthiereof at all necessary i.-- ) r'- '
Kilkenny Mil U.ilv.vy counties thc people merit of his settlement under his permit points within thcsaid, harbor. 1h 9 pilot briuging'alycsscl -, Duval IHilitia Claimants. '''! ,

sire l1 r1niflI. A Cf'if nun/ look at a King.-This* is a 'very ffrcond. He shall also prove, in like manner, in safc shall have the preference of THE 'non-cpmmissioned, officers- and pHvti! ._ 'u
In Limerick all the gunui.;-f rs of he city arc ancient. maxim : but if thc kings do not take that he had erected a house fit for the habitat piloting her out again, provided gives Captains Bush, Price, and Suafez''cbnivj ', ( iIt.1''-..r ,

jctiu-lv engaged in making rifles to order." care, it will become obsolete, for though it maybe tion of man, and had resided upon the laniVembraced tendance; and is duly- qualified,
The'Limerick Chronicle states 'the manufacture always true that n cat may look at a king thc by his permit, for the space of four years ter or owner in said harbor employing any? years 1S38-9,who have not yet signed the"ftece-

of j>iKc-> is carried on to a most formidable j time may come \\hesi a cat, mubt look sharp indeed next following the first year :after the, date of other pilot to. carry his vessel out,than the pilot sary papers,'relating to their claim&in the hands -

extent." to find one.-Punch. hib permit; or, if erect'ed his dwelling and who brought her in, unless gcxjd. and sufficient of the undersignedare requested to'do so without
In thc piMcofnl town of Bel Hist pikes arc | resided on other land than that described in his cause for the same'be shown, shall he liable to delay. The papers to be signed.are. with t

ZfllC 19 nrmy juartcrs; and the fighting rejs&1erre 1AR1NE 1N''ELLftECi. permit, south of thc line dividing townships pay full pilotage to. the pilot so refused, and Col. Pona, at the Post Office, orjnay beiigiied.!

boin.i drilled at intervals in the plae nine and ten south, and east of the base line, he any.s'ui pilot neglecting or refusing to attend at my office. t ,GREGORY YALE,

tulitflI cxrrci-cs. 2l.iO mut kets changed PORT) OF JACKSONVILLE 13th. shall enter and pay for the land on which tyc said vessel when ready to leave, wind, weather Agent Duval companies.

3ntIin<] one furnioon in that town. : --- --- resides, if in market, if he has not already done and tide permitting and thqrunto.rrq9ired by Jacksonville, March ., 1848.. tf -.
The disaffection of the military unfortunatclr AillUVED.7th. so, before he can receive certificate. for-the, the niastor'o'r owner of the'same, shall, except ..I 'r

for thc) Government, is alarmingly oa the in- .--U.S.Mail Steamer Ocamulgce, McXcl land embraced by his permit. He shall ale'oprove good and sufficient' cause 'shown, forfeit the /CONGRESS hOOTS Gents.Patent'LeatherV ,

4Teis>eiiud, has been so umlis uisedly nianilWeltlut ty. from Savannah, to Fernandez &Bisbcc. that he resided on the land covered by amount'received or owing him for bringing said / Gaiters do.'fine Calf and Morocco Boots.

t even thc Orange journal can no longer Hlth.-U. 8. Mail Steamer St. Mathews, his permit to 15th June, 184 J, when the amen vessel in, recoverable in like manner as above: For sale by A. M. REED.lV 1- -

conceal it. Capt. Hurbert., from Savannah ta Fernandez datory act was passed. All masters of such vessels as have no owner or April 15, 1 848.L 'INOTICE. -

Six of thc 2d Dragoons. (Scott' Greys.) and & Bisbec. Third. Where a settler shall have died before consignee or other responsible person resident > ,' ,1
three of tlic 7th Regiment, (in Waterford.) have CLEAKKD. the expiration of the five'years from the commencement in the County Hillsborough, shall, if required r'oua WEEKS after date I shall apply-to'i- (
km arrested for shouting for "liepcal even Savannah. of his settlement, proof of his com the when outward bound give security ,
9th.-Steamer Ocaiuulgee., IcNelty, by pilot the Judge of Probate Duvalcounty for'leave )
with the of the law to ,
pliance requirements up
the of the ,when said
(In parade. for payment pil6ta'ge| vessel
to sell so much of the real estate of.the 5
and have followed thc time of his death, as specified in thc first have conducted and'for pP
Courts martial floggings liith. Steamer St. Mathews. Hurbert, Sa- shall been out; every'beacon Jr. deceased '
the expressions of patriotic sentiments by several vannah.' and' second of these regulations, shall.entitle or stake broken down by la boat or vessel sufficient Henry'Barnard the the 'ilebtaof.-&d4.3: as shall oe

of thc UK'ii of the 13th Light Infantry. his widow and heirs to the land, if he left awl- without a pilot on board, shall be subject to a deceased. payment of '
While two battalions stationed in thc Linen Kiuta\vny Negro Caught. dow; and if not, his heirs at law shall be enti- fiije of five "dollars, recoverable as 'above, said llENRIETTA-BARNARD' *-; 4Administratrix

Hill riuMiii been engaged in a pitched HUKSTED and committed to the Jail of tjed thereto, to be held and divided by them according fine or fines for.the use of the pilots, for April15 1848. Henry Barnard 4w,Jr.dec.' ? :- ''b

lutllc in the b Track-yard on n Sunday, -KcpciFriii'l jtDuval: County, a runaway negro, about 5 to the laws of Florida replacing such beacons or stakes 'so broken ---- Z !

; Xo Kepwu' being thc battle cries, feet G inches in Height, and stoutly built. He The proof required by these regulations may down. In case-any ship or vessel or the cargo, NOTICE.' ; J\ /)
:ml time contest lasting until the Couuuaudcr of says that he has been tried and convicted in be taken before you, or Justice of the Peace or freight thereof shall'receive any damage or SIX :MQOTHS after date, I shall present:jny fjf

the tr]i$ Mai elf came down and put an end Xa au county for enticing away and harboring duly commissioned and qualified, or a Notary' miscarriage,-or be lost through the neglect, insufficiency accounts and vouchers as Executrix of the,- 3
toir.t a negro slave belonging to Mr. W. Albert, of Public. But before either of the latter officers or'default of any of the pilots! bf said estate of Win. Morrhee, late of Nassari county .

t u the yih tilt. sonic nim if thc .TLst Kegimeut the game county. The person or persons who they shall certify as to the character, age,such and harbor,after the said pilot takes charge of the deceased, to the Hon. Judge Probate 9fsaid

which c Tp.s had only lauded from Kng1ml have ii lejr-il: right to demand said negro will credibility of the witnesses ; the fact that same-the, said pilot liable-for all sand, county, for,a final settlement'of said estate, anxijs'hallat

thc d.ty |ircvi, had :i quarrel in thc ile.iC como forward, pay charges, and take him magistrate was duly commissioned and qualified shall be every thc damages and losses, which may be sus .the same time apply, for Lett'ers of Dis-A -* .
ftn-ets of IhihlinvitL) soI3me other troops statiniKsl away. JOS. A. 1JAU1JEE, at the time of taking the depositions tained.No -- mission as such Executrix, "which "all per i ils: -''' f. 4 *

there. They struck each other with Jailor Duval county. ccrtified by thc Clerk of the Court under seal, vessel -of fifteen tons or less owned within sons' interested in said estate, are'. $ 4 $

their vwi bvlt'% and MKUC were thrown into Jacksonville, May 13, 184b. tf and the notary shall attest issued his acts and by settlement his seat- the County of Hillsborough. shallbe. ., subject to take notice. MARY MUKKHEE, -* -L&?4f S&
1li' ri'i'i. Tlu-y foujrlit from Uridgcfoot street -- Where a permit, was pay pilotage. October 29thr 1817. Executrix. KJH? M%
to IVhcrV Qiuy. intiictiiig severe wounds on Proposals for a Loauu. made on the lands covered thereby before those The-Board reserves- the right to annul the license -- -_ -_ .* *J '*A *- *<.3'.iKifi e 7U '4
wih; oicr! and an armc-l pirty from the bir- lands were.surveyed, thesettler'ca take the of one or both of the aforesaid pilots for To-the Clerics of thc Circuit Court

rarktiinlr ifojiaivtol them., The quarrel origin.tlel TREASUUV. DEr.4ItT.r. quantity of one hundred, Jmd sixty seres by rack: of skill,-negligence, or 'incapacity. And AND THE SHERIFFS OF THE SEVERAL
in eiies fnllejical.." -- April 17., jt>4S. continuous or contiguous subdivisions, so as to any pilot after having his license revoked, or COUNTIES OF THE EASTERN CIRCUIT""

Oa the >.inie d iy the !!onin Catholic jiortionrtn' c.!1.L1L) proposals will be received,, un'dcr include his improvements, and as much of the. any other person'not having a license, shall,under OF FLORIDA' ,rj ,

17h Ikcjrnii-'nt siznci! the petition for llcp J the net of 31st March last, until 3, p. m.. lands described in his permit as is consistent any pretence whatever, undertake to act as AM now having a large number-of Blan sj, Z- j
Whcri' I.
al: adopted on St. Patrick's Day. On the on Saturday thc 17th of June, 18-1S., for sixteen with thc system of the public surveys. pilot,he or they so offending shall be liable to'a printed for ray office, and knowing the diffi ,, ?

>?rT-ts r< .i<.rtjn ; teni to thc superior offias'rn'jo million!: of dollars of United States stock, reimbursable a permit was issued, and settlement made after fine not exceeding- thee sum of-fifty dollars, one cullies with which you cannot but meet in getting :

es. was drawn o.'or carh; 11.1111 twenty years from and after tho 1st the survey of those lands, the settler will be re- half foi-the informer, andthe, othorjhalf- tithe supplied with Blanks properly printed, I '

The .7th 2iiucnt !li ive exhibited more day of July. Ibl's. bearing six percent interest btricted to thc particular quarter section covered- county? 'rccoTerable*before any* Justice or*thc here offer you my servjces in arranging the.,; '

>ysiipia i'. of ilis; Hi'cMoii i than any other. In per annum, ly.ible scmi-annually, on the fir>t by his permit. Peace of said count form of any Blanks for all-who may desire (o JL

l''U l.l.!! l>r IHM! 1. -in:1 Ar.i.a li, iheir .ymp-i'in -" days of January and July oc.mchycar. Xo bid In cither of the foregoing cases where the.Fametract Ordered, That the"foregomg'proceedings' be supply themselves. They are printed at the ( i
> with !,f pujiulir inov-'Kieat hive been will ba n-ceived below par; nor will any bid bo may claimed bytwo or moreseUj published1 in the Jacksonville News for three office of "TheNews," with neatness and taste jt'

imrrifo; .I evon on -. tr.i lo. an I in spite of their- considered unless one per cent thereof h de- tiers, the right shall be determined by priority weeks.SIMON. TURMAN, which :I have never hitherto seen equalledand ,

t-5v'? ;<, 4h y !i vo nixed anrjnz the people an I ptf.l in souic.dcpobitory of the United itcs of settlement-that is to say, the'settler who. Judge OfProbate, saud' at a rate, winch is at once reasonableand liber- fj
:ratI7cj .vi'la t'aci.i. .. at or before thc date fixed for opening thc pro- first improved the tract in controversy shall l tje J President the'Board.. ak I do'not mean by this, that they ;willfce;,
Thc bids in all cases must be unconditional entitled to it and the settler or settlers whV : 3t the On the .
*'.s r :i iiriv .T > '). 'a'1: 73.h Regiment have posals. ; Tampa'FlayApril 22d, 1848. printed on credit system. contra. ,0
:lstj sever-ly puniahcj for &editious exth and without any reference to the bids made the subsequent improvements shall be ry, T am expressly instructed that this, though, j 'k' '
'rq. mm. of others, and should state distinctly the premium permitted to locate the like quantity elsewhere, AMENDMENT TO 'IHE anciently esteemed apart' of the Common Law -

Vhi1st ? vrvics c i npin'.cs: of ibc 11th HcwesMli'tHii. offered. Thc proposals should b eejled.ind within the same township upon vacant pubjiclamK ConMitniion and ( *hftNtnt tits third of GeneralulssenibJy Florida. Printing Offices, has been superseded ly* *
endorsed "PropotnJsfor Joan o/"lSW,' and Proposed agteeilo special statute it. The forms for
: interdicting 'j
gIaeii; .; }, :; List week (says to the action the next Gener -j
Time! of this 1.1 h) fj- v.ftiti, thc liCgimcntuicli a-Jdrcsse-1 to thc Secretary of the Treisury, Where a settlement or improvement was made -; subject of th-IrkshalI be of the best style; simple
Lid accj.sip nitd ilu'ni to thc Quav, givoftrccciecr Washington City, D. C. The sums which maybe upon the sixteenth etidii,'before the survey of al Assembly.t -: -- the-5th fleatafl&Iiroper; and these for the.Sheriffs-;

: fo.- Old 1&el iirl and 1Lte.tI3 accepted will be required to be paid to thc it, thc Settler is,entitled to the portion claimedbhiiii AN ,ACT; toamend 12thClauseof whenever copies are required( .be.served., j ,
this State
depository of the United 'States nearest the Under this act ; and the' school commissioners Article of- Constitution of so. wiIisoarj' to save much time and pains Kof

places of residence of thc persons respectively of thc township are authorized to select that.the Judges of the Circuit.Courts.shall. filling up by writing. OSCAR( 'IIABT.Jacksouvilfe .-* .-.t

DENMARK.T i whose offers ;may be successful; but the amount other lands in lieu thereof? f ,. hold ith eir officea for, a ,term-of eight#' ears, Aprzf29, 1845. tf 3JSrpugkt -

/ First Battle-The Danes Victorious.Tue .- of thc accepted bids from bidders not residing Where a settler det the Armed Occupation instead of during good behavior. ,- -". ,- ! 'm
O.ilejiiih. ( } Gibl>es. nrrived from Hani- in the United States,must be deposited with the Act shall have made the proof required by thes'ej SECTION .!< Be it enacted by tin, Stnate and : 'to- Jail *" ; '
liur Boston Philaiclphi.1 and it is fouiuUh'at the'title 61 the, House-of Representatives the State of Florida-
tli'n mjniiu. rfae brings u* theHorseaWlc a-ssistant treasurers nt New York, instructions,, 12th .:ON.th6th fart k Negro Man who
) of Orleans.To United States to'a portion not less than forty in Generqb4seynj. convened, sll hs 4a.ic ,
la.? nth uit_ from which wc extract thc or New calls himself JIM' HlCKMAN/and -
Jajportaat intelligence; uujoined : give an opportunity to all persons to par- acres of the fond covered by his permit defective Clause of the.Sth:Article of the to read Constitution ,. "Ire belongsrto Robert Stewart of Marion
elbe'so ameriJed' -
title5 f'which this Sta gsjpllow
Hostilities in the investment of funds in this stock he can locate the quantity the '
hive *eriouly'omnienced between ticip:ite of tKe tcrm\ ? countyf Floridfa.T The owntiis'request
kej forces bids will be received for the lowest denomination is'thus found defective, near1 as-maybe viz i/Tint j ttjie.ex'piration present m
Dcaan.trk.autl those of -SleswickUolsteia. and take kIn
| of office'of the Judges of th CirciiH Courts, ed to come fotward, p-iy expedscs.1
certificates authorized by law-being by legal subdivisions, up&n'Tvacant surveyed -
Avery fierce battle has been fought of within ''wittt'- he exception iieremafter mentioned, ihet away. J. A. BARBEE:JailorDLCirfl M
rF1ensbur ,. isi which the lanehad dcci- for fifty dollars-as well as for higher sums. land within the same township J.
ilel a thousand .dollars the nearest township inwhich them'e&ia1I'bb* 'Justices'of be, .Supre.mV Court, and the, JudgesofHKe'Circuit Jacksonville,April 29,184; $. tf' i>
under one
certificates '
superiority in numbers well as in theirc&varT AH .
as shall be .term -i--- r- rtHOMPSOX'S : -
transferable the books of the treasury sufficient vacant arable land.In .Courts '
and The Slestfck Holstein will be on
artillery. and. shall 'holdjtheir. offices for DIGEST of the 'Laws UF >f3
under the Armed eight years',
army was defeated and to retrc it toUendsburgh. but all certificates for that sum and upwards all caseswher'e: settlers F '* 1iz
compelled : ; under the t1 '
from'ma- that term ..unless,sooner removed pro- FloridaFor sale by -
Waris The loss of life has been will be ti'Mitrabl&6n the books of thc Occupation Act have'been'preverited. -
TerJ with: attached king the proof required the law, "by want' vimon'm' this Cpn& rcmo- April S2/- .
great oa both sides. tre.isury.or by delivery coupons an'd.for ;- ; ;: ,' .-
of the bidder. To avoid expense, of these instructions; ample.timej $ exceeding :val of Judges'bjr address or impeachinent; 1 1fXELKLESOlives
.Thettacklegtii in the morning on the part at the option pr'Qihe'freasoniible'cause PICkICr,; PrCSerVetk'flJltS.-4c.jj t
t the Danes, who had two vessels of war and confusion, and multiplication of accounts,. all six months'from the date' of the receipt hereof; wilful neglectNjt duty be,sufficient ground for Cpor4lnw4aLyll.
gunboats attached will be for shall be allowed them for o doing ,
to-n ;$t tlieir.attack oji the) tpwn. certificates with coupons- shall, remove Hickory.Nuts>
They h.d UnJt-1 at Ifolnis, anH, after several the sum of one,thousand dollars. In those'dasis where settlers cannot now make impeachment onrthe tha
suml!contests the Schleswig-Holsteiners made The successful:.bidders Hill be required to. ihe pt required by the'law, because the lands of them, PionSedjhonever That thecaniio'or" serred.Ginger, .Cranberry-Jam and.JellyjC e hjcoa !
awarded in five cquaUnstjilmenta covered:'by their perraits'hayetibfc been survey- .GeneMl Assembly ; 'ti
at B'm not far from Flensbarg, which deposite the amount stated at length in sucH' ,Paste! ChocolfttivkccaromVerzmucel1i1
shall be '
the aue3
wi m their total defeat nnd the destruction in each of the months of July,August, ed'theywhhlb allowed sit months after '' aftd 'entered : the Journals"of eachvHffuse. >Yeast Powders-totli,,an4 ecl&do0 trift; } 4I. -
BOi4 Notice address on '
oalmot all October and November pf the pres return of thesdrveya in which to'dc .. ,) 4.AL iEE1
| of their Ifith battalion. Towaids September, That thCauseoreiies -
all fcuch ." And prottdid-'further? '
12: Oelockz! |he 9th, sevejal vessels of war. ent yer except for sums:nokexceeding.twenty of the receipt? of the township plate"in oflhefacttc shall'beTaotified t6thfr'Jn i 3000' where the bidder may'be,desirous Cases should be given, by sending'ft pof e '
JJth Danes on board, 'appeared before thousand dollars, in which resident of the township, with a (ICVtd b'ethedI| arid Tie-shall>e admitted; -: -: sd rh1iI1Y'I**
iJSb threatened tobard making immediate;payment, some '
u.rSAs the Dane* how own'defenfcebeforfelony vote'fbt
in his
thereof H tiearitfg
the town, the Prince of Noer, the hot.stein case the-whole,amount may be st-once deposit- request that the settlert'may'tie advised in a, Buch-'Temovat shall'pas i": and Hn' uchrcases"' FOUR '1'____
nil such notice thjreetimes Judgeof rpliftte'ofpnval County,
and1 publishing
wmmandcr the order: the cd. The stock will bear iaterestan case by and' '
to troops %id niys
gave the Vote shdll be--'t4ketfbyiy6a ,for leaV&'tft gelT'0sb mucKi6ftiie' Jf
: the most'extensive eirctiUtion among : gf
bf ( paper.of '
| WithdrawwhIch-lteyajd but not until af-- from:the date deposite. eSchrHo <
at the Treasury etho the sett fcn3Ta > -t :.K I entered the'Jouraala'of se'iespe \OraiuBaxter,late i>f Duval county j-deceal'e
will be opened jroar1SEC. Ll''
ot1tct? gtL1! 1QS o 4L; ur on The bids otil oU Fsturdyj .j7th.of As all sales, gifts, devises, agreeraents bofltfsor vel ?-* *fb jiuuiw .eahnis ifcfi-n .'will be sufficient fgfiilj JWrnt of the debtai _
partment .1fl1; etdcttd' 3"hat th'Judfc
2. Be further T
The Mokttin who are composed of vol. June, 848, itt'lhe I presence of all persons who iwwers toeeIlTtrnneferso'iicnswhatsoevcr amendod'ConstrtrilionV.Qf '
troops this
'tMsl hM first appointed under pLI94&81 isftvucv,ics ss&! }tV
wcers and for numdesire to attend *uL? young troops wcrovcrf eager Ltft8. : oatte' at arty ::3.T.-:! ii ; ---L.i
stotMarCk thercbfi'jembracfiJ'bytthes& ;;
ot d3 1
iti repSted.'fhat.the IGth Ke- ntroducd iuto.the m4 their.offi'cV or offices
8\ied foT the first class .
hw bid time)before spatcnta'fchall elJ o oTJc ; 'tiroE
ZL4tWliicI rtQ
; had been flmogt destroyed,,reitbntwi(5C -. bidder will*be permitted f&t4ba'iit for ndotbeterm'Otouryear ?
took $ after.they'had been driven On.-bidP.not accepted;the waounj deposited anbfa? b U rInteiit UI t v'.I for the term of six E
6M&(1t41iCh; imedu4eJyretPrfledJhOwhole terty joid sidwthouvtfTe: .
time. The Holsteincrs and thcir inadvswoe will be thfburtIfo krU gfciht .
Toluntet.rM.iIthiyIs amouajit.awarded.must bn&puposdrwhctImerit law cie4nitjyou'flI rears. years. actmtTh *iaran ff csctew?
ainbu Jwbbhr were premium on* the e1a&joritj t
'4Mmtg many nc attention to ny-hdo4We1tts,1flQr .1 iPis&flte 'TlsaiSJo s ATtctl.'j j&
psrofGtuyougbt be deposited na pars,Qtdthc: 1rs payment pay fl idT
ttkveatb.fl.very; Tbo Mth and Wk.&egi;. fed in July ..ncxttv': r y frill yp'& fibrtiin X any MJTKBICHABDAM. claim which may be ha ? 103& Claims after tbet date.il1 e1LHb 1 1 --

'tmoyet1 all but two i6tood til1 thewere de, -i t8 .1 7.v&d QpaftNnia YOUNG Commissioner. ority, January 0,1848.V ; ; t

cuh1peIe1 to retire. ; -. .:? : tU7j t April 29th, 18485 -3J'S April 29,1848. .






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Tli;said Eiib>uiksleTthis': County Groceries r' / LOUISIANAtlrcJt +.
ftrtVof MAY lost' ", and!ijj ,now believed to be in I LLO W;ME M call your i attention,to one ofA ,roaiitag.ptst8atglhtixg'ardebilitatniE; the a.'" -:Thia'Eiitradolt: arasparillthsrs::"
: Crockery :&r..t viz ; is adapted for ''eJ "
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.,u \ Batch;; Florida.BaHEubanks. the;greatest,and ;most='useful'medicines: .tient ly preparedKo ,1D,1'trm.e >tr f tma)et
,"I .,',.:. : is about 23'cr 28 years' of age, Superfine Flour,in bbls and,M bbls; ever discovered. ''U'"?is not my.intention to towiths : oFALliANDiWINTEX :'MEDICINE.The'greaif '-* female wbo:has: 're4son to' dele.y

t nt.h r'lp3.r mad: broad'across the shoulders, Pilot Dread, Sugar and Butter Crackers; you : 'long; and ,timome(advertisement,'" ; beauty and superiority this.s.r.I' 'proaehingtlcriti 1 peri od J:

.' abbati six feet in height, red or sandy,hair, Hums,Bacon, Pork F,M Beef;Pickled Tongues; but I lay,before you the.:,testimony of the most, saparilla aver nil other remedies is., it era 'should neglect totake..,I&,'Sf'It..fSSfV( >

to' BhoaUers stooping, ,face round, complexionlight'or Mackerel, Codfish'Salt,Rice; ,' respectable familie*:in the::United Btatesinost dicates disease" it invigorates tne I ventive forarty: of the 'noawo. .'uSwl'* I

I,. sandy,and blue eyes-complains of his Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese., White Beans, of my.certificates are from the city Savannahy: body, consumption.cured. diseases to-whieh feinales-are-inUu 71
breast, and has a cough that causes hoarseness Irish Potatoes; where,r reside, and many from your'own' State, 'cleanse and strengthen, time) rlire, ;"-This:period awry bedSbtS111severaty

:. ,t. dresses genteel,'and when in this neighborhood Sperm Oil, Candles; where the Medicine is used with great: and astonishing consumptio- :e J1'.be.cured; ears by-using this inedkiae; ,ftf
.'; passei himself off as a Cumberland Presbyterian Green and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; hu&ess'if;: hasi>roved Itselfo be superior bronochitid consumption) :.liver complaint; less'tIJuable' for,tnMe"vhA ate ; *'*:iilwomanhood

.,:"f .. Preacher--he also professed to belong Muscovado Sugars 0 Molasses; to any other Medicine ,fort- \ cure of ,, ,'colds;'"coaghsrcatarrh, asthma, spitting ,'as it is calculated to'ax&twZ aPp ?

,, .' :' to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Stuart's Refined Loaf;Crushed, and Pulverised Fever and ;Ague, which' ,:it will do in the very r of blooa,soreness in the chest by quickening blood and'hayJco"t tSiS1'system. |

'I .. .. linn us. the said Eubankswas arrested near I Sugar; short space"of Twelve Hours, it has never. been: hectic'flush;"night sweats,diflJ- Indeed,this medicine is bTtlt&tf-*

Tampa BJir in East Florida, for his misconduct Brandy, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine known to,fail- to'effect a certain cure.. The cult or profuse expectoration 'all the diseases to which WO IIenUth eta

,; ; and as he passed: himself for J. Rober- ; S Medicine is a harmless and .a,,tasteless one, and painin It braces the'whole's'stem 'I'tlaf'q

". '!S asoa''he was brought to Montgomery by the London Porter, Port,Madeira, and ChampagneWine ,which will make it the most'popular Medicine the side,&C7 ently the natural energies by h
f Sheriff of Benton County, Florida, upon the ; I in the Southern States. The Medicine contains have and impurities otter: body-not. so tu'f tiag ;

., ':. : supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c. I no mineral preparation whatever, but is a can becured. the system as to produce a suV 9alat, :

.' wa charged with forgery and who broke jail A Complete Assortment.of Dry Goods harmless, (Vegetable matter only. To.Planters,. .. tion, which is the case of". :,.
,. in Montgomery last spring; ,but, as he proved Calicos Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and Taffeta. this Medicine, is a,valuable preparation as it Probablythere never'was a remedy that has for female,weakness and disease.*

not to be Jesse Roberson, he was set at liberty: Ribbons; cures all, twelve hours, and, does,not: been'sosuccessful desperate Cles.f. consumption DISEASE OF THE HEARTAVf'

...,'. and we hive reason to believe he will make his Sheetings and Shirting,bleach'd and unbleat 'd; require any ,time lost ; .all ,that is to be as this} it cleanses and 'strengthens the TUBE AND DROPSY?*" ;, -f"

way towards E ist Florida as his health is such Irish Linen. Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn;: done. 'is to take the Medicine and to go to work. system and appears to heal the ulcers on the NEW YOt.KJ1II122jJIM.r
"'" ,i', g' to in.luce'him to mak'ehis way to a more Cambrics. Jaconet :Swiss: ,and cross bar Muslins; To the Rice Planter it is a valuable Medicine, lungs, and the patients gradually regain their. DR. 5r: Mj w. :

:,.* Southern circuit. Hosiery, HJkfa, Gloves, Suspenders; as it does-not:contain any mercurial or mineral usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease ot the h .'-

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rt *; THOMAS J. SMITH. Wine white and brown Linen Drill, for pants, Medicine for those who are liable to exposure. is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of the tine. She' !aU, '

',: 'f H. J. HARRELL. &&, &c, &c.UmbrellasSilk I beg you, do not let me have to tax you so number cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness of breath and rwT t*?;
: ; .... YJahaba: AlL, Sept. 1S, *847NoT 26AT Gingham, and. Cotton,in steel often with advertisements; certificates, &.0: It cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The tering of;the'heart, which hu been .
# :' the Circuit Court of the Eastern and whale bone frames; has already proved itself toe;what I say it is, following was recently:received: tressing 'and has 1'eq early'beta"'alrr-

f ..a a Term Circuit of of Florida held at the Court Hardware fy CutTer Knives, Scissors, Razors; and the greatest proo ..every body is recommending DR., TOWKSEND' -Uwr Sir: For the last leave her bed. The rupture was very:";..;....:
r onTuesday, the sixteenth Nails, Hinges, Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, it to be the only, certain and speedycure three years I have been afflicted with general and severe hhe tried almost even rezaci-, '

: -.: Housein Jacksonville the, of our, Lord, onethousand Tea Trays; for,the Fever and Ague. All you have to debility, and nervous consumption the last such cases with but little bone kt. *wiw
: '''. 11ft day of November, and year seven Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws; doii to ask your neighbor what he thinks of stage,and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three bottles of your !
..t,'.i:... > eight hundred forty Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains: Pots, Kettles Humphreys' Remedy for Fever and Ague, and all., After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of tnedlg ez celleit!

'-1. Present: GEORGE W. McRAE Judge. &o, &.c.; of course, to_be convinced, you will try it, at under the care of some of the most distinguished -I of the heart, and the rupture has a1moD
The Honorable A few RiBes-low priced PowderFlasks. least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planter. regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. tic

..; Henry Bennett, I A Good Assortment of Crockery an$ Tin Ware. of South Carolina, who will either call on Dock Board Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and %: .
"i VB. Bill for Divorce. Boots fy Shoes-Men's Women's and Children's P. M.,Cohen of Charleston S. C. or myself in u Terr
:' and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had to idea that she
":. ." Nancy Bennett: ) "ourt Boots and Shoes, of all kinds.A I the city of Savannah, and either of us will give to regain my health, and alter read- be so benefited, as she had such a coomUcitiM maid

I... IT-appearing to the satisfaction of the the variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medi- I enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure I ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla 1 resol- of diseases. But it has,as strange as h

from affidavit filed, that: the Defendant the in State cines, &c. I ten out of the twelve,we will refund the amount i I ved to try it. After using six bottles 1 found pear, relieved her of the d ropey. lAiD JU11p.,
: above entitled cause resides without JacksonviUcAprill:; 1848. 11'' paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas sets
:;. of this done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange astoapiir
the jurisdiction
Of Florida,and beyond James I have directed. your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is. nevertheless
Court,' on motion of Complainant, by WAREHOUSE OF Owing to the heavy rains during the past ,icbet
,: most heartily thank yon for your advice. 1 per- reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly ,
.. :,: W.Bryant, Esq, his Solicitor, PRINTS ONLY summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uuble medicine, and should be used bone 't
It if Ordered, That said Defendant appear I lands under water .which will a. trftf
are cause great
within four able to attend to my usual labors for the last that is suffering as we have been V
.; :: and'answer said Bill of Complaint deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months and I the of God disbelieve this
hope account trtJ'
I the will be taken. as confessed No. 56 Cedar Street, New York. by blessings they are at h'b j
.;. month, or same will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demoDa1ra_
I against her. I and speedy remedy; you can do so by applyingto the of all that Yours
of this helped me beyond expectations ,respectfully,
Ordered That a copy J1mm dJT11JD) (QN Lmm
.. r. And it is farther Court s a either of my Agents or myself. Ask for i knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOW8EE t

',, .'; ,' order, duly certified in some by the Clerk printed of this within, (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' REMEDY FOR FEVER AND' '. Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. ,

:t be published newspaper for the of Occupy the spacious: FIVE STORY WARE AGUE. State of Nero Jersey, Essex County, .-Chas. DYSPEPSY.No
.: .. the jstcrn Circuit of Florida space
,:., __ lour months: consecutively.L HOUSE No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the, :WHOLE The Medicine is for sale by the following Quimby being duly. sworn according to law, on fluid or meli line has ever been disconr
.. ., of said Court do hereby of which is devoted to the exhibition and sale named gentlemen, who are the only agents for his oath saitb, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly resembles the gastricM
Clerk : ,
:.; be true of the orderI' of the Single Article of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,whereit true,according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing? food and ,
; the above to a copy MrengtheaiBf
certify will be found either at wholesale retail.
: or belief. CHAS. QUIMBY. the of
made and entered of record in the above entitled PRINTED CALICOES. organs digestion as this preprutica,of
Country merchants will make a handsome profit Sworn and subscribed to before at It
me Orange Sarsaparilla.
the date positively cures
Court every ease of
in said on
r cause IN WITNESS WHEEEOF, I hereunto Their present Stock consists of nearly by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however seVere' or chronic.: ,

t : ,.r set hand! and affix the Seal of One Thousand Packages, made to Planters, &c-,by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. BANK DEPARTMENT, ALBANY, byl0.1SCi
) t 'II; [L. s..J] said my Court this twentieth day of Embracing some THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr, DR.TOWKSEM>-Sir: I have been zfettd

ii- ':. December A., D1847. patterns and colorings, and comprising every Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, TWO CHILDREN SAVED. for several years with disj.tpsia in its irorrt

:{ ,OSCAR HART, Clerk. thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery &.c., Very few families indeed-in- fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomachs; I fas

\: Dee. 24th 1847. 4m DOMESTIC.All SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that used Dr. Townsend's of appetite, extreme heartburn, end a pet
I'i ..,r.' r of which are offered for sale, for cash, or Sarsaparilla in time'lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food, and for vetb

1: I :.. : Iii Circuit Court satisfactory credit, at the LOWEST PRICES, THE OLD PALMETTO STATE.A summer, while those that did not sickened and (what 1 could eat) I have been unable to ra>jtt'

.',_ EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. by thePIECE VOICE FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. died. The certificate we publish below is con- but a swell portion on my stomach. llritd lle'

i COUNTY OF DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. OR PACKAGE.New CJOUTHERNERS-The following is from my clusive evidence of its vnlue,and is only another usual remedies. but they b:.d lint little crb,

..... Anna Morley, ) Styles are received almost every day, O Agent, :Mr. Thos. J. S. Farr, of Graham- instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing i the ('('lJ'I'1 Jint. 1 ors Mice.

'vs. [ Bill for Divorce. and many of them are got up for our own sales, ville, S. C. DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two chil- ed, about two months since', to try yccrExtractof

.I r .. .o John ,Morley. ) and not to be found elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys, Jr., dren cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer Sarsaparilla, end 1 must s-y with little etc-!

., appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, f3r Printed lists of prices, corrected from Sir: I hand to you the certificate of Mr. E.C. complaint and dysentery ; one was only 15 fidence ; but after using nearly tiro .bottles,
i i! IT by aflfilivit filed,that the Defendant: in the day to day, with every variation in the market, Watts, in favor of your Remedy for Fever and" months old and the other 3 years. They were found my apj-etite restcm and the hesrtlnra .
t resides out of the State of in the hands of I much reduced and we expected they would renAOTfd tnd 1 Mould E
t : above entitled cause are placed buyers. Ague; he is a man of integrity, and his testi- very entirely earnestly K-
f ;j': r. Florid,, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Merchants will be able to form some idea of .mony is consequently undoubted. die; they were given up by two respectable commend the use of it tc those who have beta

{i : ... Court;therefore, On motion of said Complainant i the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe j Yours respectfully I physicians. When the doctor informed us that Afilicted as 1 have been. Yours, &e.. '

i 1.I ',:> by James W.Bryant, Esq., her Solicitor, state, that the value of our usual stock of: THOS. J. S. FARR. we must lose them, we resolved to try your W. W. VAN ZAfcBT.

1 It it Ordered, That said Defendant appear this ONE ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of I Grahamville, S. O, Sept. 18th, 184 7. Sarsaparilla we had heard so much of, but had N. B. Ptircl'asenone, but each as Lave wrappers
L .", ;" and answer the Bill Complaint of said Complainant the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by Mr. W.: Humphreys, Jr, little confidence, there being so much stuff ad that hide the bottle completely and han.

i .; t' within four months, or the same will our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together Dear Sir-This is to certify that I have used vertised that j is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.'lOVI\SElkD..
i! i .. : be taken as confessed against him. !. with the fact, that our means and our your Fever and Ague Remedy with success. I thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved I Principal Office 126 Fulton- .;un uiJdm&
i r > It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order attention, instead of being divided among a vast obtained a supply of it from Mr. T. J. S. Farr, the lives of both. I write.this that others may I N. Y.; Redding & co.8 tntet. Boston; Djctt

r! ; ". ,,, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, your Agent of this place, and administered itt be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully, & sons, 132 forth Second-si. Pbilndell.hia; 8

I K : : be published in some Newspaper printed within i will render the advantages which we can offerto my daughter, according to directions. andJ JOHN WJLs N. Jr. S. Hance, druggist, Baltimore Curol & ti

1 f ;. '. the,Eastern: Circuit of Florida once' a week consecutively dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be am happy to state that the disease left her in Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.15, 1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Charleston; W' ,lt.

i '." : r for four months. our care that none who visit our establishment the course of thirty-six hours, and her present LUNATIC .4YSLUM. & co. 151 ( hartres-st. .New Orleans: ICSSootaPearlst. &::
... THO. DOUGLAS Judge. with James Cummings Esq. of the Assistantsin R Van uckirk if
I shall meet any disappointment.Our state of health indicates a certain cure. one Albany; 292 cor.
;! .' .(. "L, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court> do assortment is complete at all seasons of Yours, &.c., E. C. WATTS. the Lunatic Ayslum Blackwell's Island is the Market and Broad-sta. Newark, N.J. and by 'i

;', hereby certify the above to be a true copy of ana the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. Grahamville, S. C, Sept. 14th, 1847. gentleman spoken of in the following letter: principal Druggists and Merchants :geatnll/ t
a Order made: and entered of record in said entitled P. S.-B. F. LEE.; formerly of the firm of I RHEUMATISM.This throughout the United States West Indicaad_. x I

: x:,. cause in said Court, on the 29th day of Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original AGENTS.-P.M. Cohen & Co., Charleston, is only one of more than four thousandcases the Canadas. A. M. REED, AgentJacksonville t
.. '_ March A. D. 1848. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection S.C. ; T. J. S. Farr, Grahamville, S. C. ; W. A. of rheumatism that Dr. Towuscnd's Sarsaparilla FIcridt !

.' IN WITNESS WHER.EOF,1 hereunto set he withdrew some time ago has resum- Carswell, Savannah, Gal:; A. McLane & Co., has cured-The most severe and February 26, 1848. ly'. '1

; .;. [10. S.] my hand, and u5x the seal of said ed business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Jacksonville, Ga.;; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its ex- -..
... Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. Judson and his friends that the traordinary virtues :
.. 'of .' assures new Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin Ga.,; P. A.Moise.: HOLMES & CO.
i',: April 1, 1848. 4mNOTIC2K. concern shall have ,the same pre-eminence in LaGrange, Ga.; Wiatei& Epping, Columbus, BI.A tKW]-:LL'S I;f."fD,Sept.14,1S47. .

... this branch of trade, which formerly distin Ga. ;W. Root, Marietta, Ga.; T. Patrick, Salem, DR. TOWNSEND Dear Sir I have suffered ME.SSRS. HOLMES & CO., Lave rrooni
1 :,,, '" interest; in the guished the other two houses to which he be Tenn. ; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.; J. A. terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; of Merchandize to the kje.
,:. t. PERSONS having direction an of the administration manage- longed. June 25: 1847. ly Sperry, Houston county,'Ga.; Solomon Goodall, considerable of the time I could not eat, sleepor building formerly occupied Ly the United Stales,

I j' !" deceased sued Atlanta, Ga.; William Carr, Jacksonboro, W. R. work; I had the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building lair'
; the Estate of- Payne ,
I ..:.: upon Probate. for Columbia INVALUABLE Anderson, Dalton, Ga. ; E. A. Burch, Hawkins- my limbs were terribly swollen. 1 have used have added to their stock, by the late arm
out before the Hon.Judge -
I :. Florida,will please take notice that FAMILY COMPANION.SIX ville, Ga.; Samuel: Palmer, Darien, Ga..; Cole, four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have from'New York a full assortment of Lry.Gocdt,
I I:: Prescott & Co. Black Creek Florida done me more than one thousand dollars worth Groceries Hardware Provisions && &e
.such estate ; Lightfoot *
the subscriber administrator upon
; Lectures on Causes,Prevention and Cure & Flanders Macon Martin Savannah Cunningham of good-I am so much better. Indeed I am which they are .,red to sell at rtdncti
of act of the Legislature ; ; prep
unler the an
l' provisions of Consumption Asthma Diseases of the relieved. You at to
entirely are liberty use
.t of Florida entitled ::An act to provide for & Co., Dalton, Ga.; J.H. &W. S. Ellis, prices.',
I. 1. the re-establishment, of the Records for the Heart, !and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 Macon; M. C. Williamson Davisboro, Ga. ; Wm. this for the benefit of the afllicted. They are now prepared to purchase Cottony

; county of Columbia; and for other purposes," engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.- Hodges, Sandersville; R..T. Floyd, Micanopy, Yours; respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides, nnd other produce of the country, at t&*
t 6th 1847 will avail himself Mail to any part-postage 9% cts. Florida; F. A. Poullen Jacksonville: Florida ; COULD NOT WALK: highest Market rates, end make cash advance
approved January ,
of the privileges therein specified, for the pur Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2. I R. S. Daily, Laurensville, S. C. That Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the very ou consignments: to their triends in Savanna
? of instituting copies in substance of all papers Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling For sale wholesale and retail by best remedy for female complaints there is and Charleston, or New York.
,"'7: :: pose Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Ab- I
longing to the aforesaid administration. F. A. POULLEN, Agent for Jacksonville. no disputing; thousands and thousands of They have a new article of Wrought Ires
\Ii ""' Can be found now on file in the Clerk's office of dominal Supporters;perfect the $3 to $10, for all .liberal. discount by the dozen.. weak and debilitated females that were pros- [ Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call

said papers and instruments: of writing Ruptures, Falling Bowels and Womb, October 8th, 1847. trated by those diseases to which females are i the attention ofPhtntt'rs.Jacksonrille .
county and Weak Back and Chest
f.; purporting to be substantial copies or counter- everywhere. For Braces or; Supporters sent by express, or subject were soon in the enjoyment of robust Nov. 6, 1846. tt. ..
I In Circuit Court health.
Rupture Supporters, give height from head toI FORWARD & ALDRICH
foot and circumference
of next the
which were destroyed by fire on the first day person surface IN, AND FOR THE CoUNTY OF HlULSBOROUOH DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAV
just above the If mention
,1. ::' of, November 1846. This notice given better which, side. Agents hips.wanted for Rupture the sale, of the Nancy Parish, ) IN CHANCERY. : the last year been very sick, and in a greatly WILU practice in the several Court of Iraq

55 to entble-the administrator to enforce his ujv above goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH 707 vs. [ reduced state of health, being reduced by a and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida.WM. ..
: + plicattoa-before the proper tribunal for a dis- New York I I James R. Parish. )' Bill for Divorce. variety of complaints such as females are liableto A. FORWARD, St. Augnsiine.
Broadway paid.
final settlement. post T having been made to to the she bad at that she entire-
charge upon : April 1,1848. L appear satisfaction ; got so length was LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnamfrille.
SHUBAL BURNS. ly of the Court by affidavit,that the above ly unable to walk,and was as helpless as child; -*

By JAS. S. JONES, Agent. Fifty Dollars Reward, named defendant resides out of the State of she commenced using your Sarsaparilla, and WM. F. CRABTREE,

Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. 3mI WILL BE GIVEN BY Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this she immediately began to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAV

'M Court, her complaints left,her, and after taking several Jackiomnlle Flo. .
apprebe.n--L ,
ned -
for the
J. .... TV PI! FOUNDRY. 1J1ndersi 3T' IT is THEREFORE,_on motion of James T..Mag- bottles she is restored. Being a singular entrusted to til
WILL attend to business I
... 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York.THE ( of the fol.
iif; : subscribers have taken the Type Foun County ..3. that the said James R. Parish, berequested, to She used a number of remedies that done her any .
lowing to wit Venis cult of Florida. .......
negroes, : ; a woman Han- :
; i and will continue the business lately appear and; answer the complainants Bill ofcomplaint no good previously. Yours,respectfully,
i nibald, a boy Georgiana and what "
I"" I J conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attend dren the*above, named Venis, a girl might, have borned chil- herein filed within four,,months or a JOHN MULLEN, 87 NorfolkstTO FELIX LIVINGSTON'

f :t. to all orders they may receive with punctualityand since she has been absent, Decree pro confesso will be taken against him. '. "..
supposed to be twoor ATTORNEY AT LAW,
7 ... .; dispitch. All the Type manufactured by three,and Ellick, an old African maILThe : AND.IT is FQJl.THEtOaDEUD, That a copy of ..TWE Jacksonville Ft :
,! : them will 4>e Hand Cast; and they will furnish above slaves have this Order duly certified by the Clerk of this ORE FEMALE MEDICINE. ,
.Y' all kinds of Printers' Materials, of the best qual for nearly four fugitive JOHN M.been absent Court, be published in some newspaper printed TOWNSEND'S SARSAFARIUJI a sovereignand WILL practice in all the Courts of the EwW s

i ;.. ity.- Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in Jacksonville,years.March 25th. 1848. PONS.6m within ,the State Florida, once a week con' speedy cure for incipient consumption, and .

I :. luperlnte (ling the manufacturing department. secutively 1 for four months.. for the general':prostration of the system-no Circuit.AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT
Proprietors of newspapers,who have not ad- GEO.. W...MACRAE Judge of
matter whether the'rt"Sult of inherent cause
rertised for the subscribers, who may publish : Southern Circuit Fla. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT ,
causes illness
or : 'irregularity
produced by
r sr this notice for three months, will be entitled to FACTORS' AND GENERAL COMMISSION ,MERCHANTS I, JOHN ,W. ROBARTS, Clerk of said Court, do accident. And Commissioner of Deeds of the State of C*!.;

,, receive pay' in type, on purchasing five times Savannah, Georgia, tender ,their services hereby certify.the, above to be, a true copy of Nothing can be more surprising than its Invigorating necticut' within and for the State ofFlaii", '
't ; the amount of their bill for advertising. :tq planters and others, and solicit consignments an Order duly made;and, entered of record in effects on the human frame. Per- JACKSONVILLE,.}\+..'

;t Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts. on cotton, And all other kinds of country the above :entitled cause,. on the 11th day of I sons all weakness and lassitude, from taking it
produce. They for the CHARLES, P. ..
perlb. ore agents celebrated ,December, A. D., 1847., at once become robust and full of energy under -
1. ': 13-: The Type with which the "NEWS" is Etowah Mills, of Cass county, from whom they In WITNESS WHEREOF.,J have hererj. I its in uence. It immediately counteracts'the ATTORNEY,AN1> COUNSELLOR AT. .LIt ,'...

; i, :- printed, was cast at this'establishment are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh, ground, .. a i onto set my hand ana;private seal nervelessness of the female_frame which is the Will practice in the several Courtaof tbeM.:
?i. t.h WHITING & TAYLOR and equal to Northern flour. They also keepon 'J there, being no seal of,:office, this great cause:of barrenness.It tern Circuit of Florida.., ; ;- -

Successors to Robert;' Taylor., hand,, constantly ,osnabnrgs ,and yarns, 11th day of December, A. DM:J#7. '. will not be expected;of us."in eases of so Jacksonville;K F.,NOT.26,1847.'. ." 1it
tf M February 10, 1S18. 3mNOTICE from j the Eatonton,, Cartright ,Planters, and J. W. ROBARTS., Clerk. delicate'a nature; to exhibit certificates of cum
Y t Cedar Shoal manufactories which sell ,December CHARLES H. PELOT,, i
they at ,24,1847:* 4m but we : the afflicted that
i t' : : the manufacturing prices. performed,: ( can assure
\7 I shall hundreds of cases lave been reported to us.DRJ ATTORNEY, f.AND.COtJC8BL1.Ot0AT..U ;1
'Y ., present my March ...
SIX'MOI\THS'aftaod&te 11,1$48. .. 3m -
Administratrix ? I. < ToAfrNSinD':! 'wife teing'g1'efttJidfs.o i'- RiwrFI6ritl = -
, 'a as of My- y Little : ; : ; : j
spy' the Estate of Henry Barnard,Jr., late of Duva WM... "' BY ORDER. the Court of Probate of,Nas-, :. treed by weakness and'general debility! andsuffering WILL. oldre -+,IQ the4"eeveial .Courte.tI; :..
K county deceased to the Hon.',Judge of Probate : LAWTON : -jan,county;>wiU. behold at.the plantation continually;by paIn' Dd with other pastern Circuit of Florida+ J'business cb- ,

,a of aald count for & final settlement of said FACTOR AND. COMMISSION'WEBCHANT 1 > of the estate of John W.DuBose.On! Thursday difficulties I i and haying known'cases where your to'his;care;"will meet with,prompt:attgfloo."';'\
l+ Estate, and shall at.the saint time ppltf Charleston ,.S.,C thoae on ,dsy of May' next; the following two medicine:has' effected great cares; and also """ '
*, 1r
Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix,of REFERENCES: .- E.,G. Jandon,Eaq, near Jack-, negroesAffy,about 27 yean old and her dsagh* hearing: it recommended for such case as I have: \, .JOSEPH: W. *FITCH, .':, .
va' ter,Mary. AnD, ten years old.' Uf, obtained.1 t bottle of your'Extract :
which all interested in said Estate are ; t Described11; !
persons i sonyille,E.:f.j GOY,C. J.r,McDonald, Ga.j C,M. ". J
cl--I tots unMce. FuptOa iasq,",Charleston,. B.,-C.; $ona:,F. H, < t.4rrW.t LDUBO i': hIt pf Sarsaparilla and followed the direction*yon u AJENERALCOmuSSJON.. .'hER BUJ:! I
: 'I Elmore Charleston 8. C. .." c K. DIIBDfiEyju i o: gave'a'snort period it removed her com.Wut.m' will Attend,tdJforeoAer tiny ibueiaestt .gated t. !. :
'Adm.oa Fehrnary, 19 1848., 17. .; '? .....;-= '' : 'lwt;) L.','7 ,{f.AaMi Stired'ficJr"t6, health. Being care+lritbdedpattll''n' {s:., "'t.tJ7 ;: .<., ,""J .

:' Nmrc1i4th,1848. 2m > : J.f'> ::-, ..": gratefultor the benefits ahdiecetvidI'te( ( { : : 19, 1847. .f; J1: '


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