Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Place of Publication:
St. Augustine [Fla.]
James M. Gould
Creation Date:
December 21, 1848
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v. : ; 57 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
29.894264 x -81.313208


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1849?
General Note:
"Principles and the people."
General Note:
Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.

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1847 and 1848-to wit. and shall hold their offices fur that term unless troner uufrequenBy happened. I hands, and kind adieus, the company scpara- from Mexico, came passenaef'in the steamer %

T 18fl9 acrelof landowners unknown tuatl"d in removed.under the provisions made in this Constitution It often occurred that gentlemen who stopped ted/pleased; with the free and social intercourse from Vera Cruz with Mr. Clifford, our minis- \-
f aid Coantyof St. Lucie on the shores of Jupiter Island for the removal of Judges by address or impeachment; at Mrs. B.'s sought'Mr Gregg's company, had and He
they enjoyed as regardd our Pennsylvania ter. obtained it in the city of Mexico, and \ J
and Santa Lucia.Riverbeing the twelve thousandacre and for wilful neglect of duty,or other reasonable cauw and got him to speak of'the early fathers of friend and his daughter, delighted with intends to have it elegantly framed, for preservation C' .I -,.
tract of Iud granted to Eusebio Maria which shall nut be sufficient ground for impeachmentthe the almost had
Gomez republic, all of whom he seen the kindness and of the he values it t
.U urbanity great repub- as veryhighly.,
d _' on the 15th July 1U18, asoewied by the name of the Governor shall remove any of them on the addressof and known ; and to me,. his relations of mat-' lican chief who in his intercourse with his. :
the letter is familiar readers
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( E. II.f Gomez and is bounded as follows.- two-thirds of the Assembly; Pro"idtdlow. ters and of auld -
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:sue. 'I, e,DoioC of Gilbert's Bar end running thence S. 6 evert That the cause or causes shall be stated at length interesting. He had been a warm syne Jeffersonian very, ellowmcnwas as plain, as simple, and as wo give the following\itria/im; copy from the

dinlow. I W 45 chs.:S G E 42 chs. to the line on south boundary 'in',such, address and entered on the journals of each elected I free from artfulness or sham, as the humblest. original : I-

fotk of township 38, range 42; thence S 19 E 18.06 Houue. ,And. providedfurther.; That the cause or the was anti-federal to Congress, at an early intimate day, by I I man in the nation.. HEADQUARTERS, ARMY OF OCCUPATION, ") : F F

fut. .cbs,S270 E 43 chs, :J 22 E 70 chs, 8281 0 E causes shall! be notified to the Judge so intended to be party ; was an per- I, Near Buena Vista, Feb. 22d, 1847. 5 J.. j /!

Qd 45 chi S!Ii E'85 ehs, RIG} E 39 chs, S 23 renoved_ ,and he shall l be admitted to a hearing in his sonal as well as political friend of Mr. Jefferson THE, WILD/CAT.-In these days diffused SIR: In reply to< your oote of this date, summoning f ,.i .

E 20 cb, S 24 e E 62 eh*, S 20} 0 E 16.65 chs, to I ovfn," defence, before any'vote for such removal shall having messed and lodged with him after knowledge, evry body knows,or ought to know me,to surrender uiy forces at discretion, I beg leave to -

84."fjr t.. the line of sMth boudary of township 39, rang 42; pate; and in such case the vote shall be taken by yeas he was a member of Congress. And after the that the wild cat resembles poor pussy about say that I decline acceding to your request. t 3

$ thence S 21J E 40.94 cbs, S 15} E 43 clu, to the and nays and entered onMhe Journals of each House election of Mr. J. to the Presidency, had been as much' as the hog resembles the rinoceros.It With high. respect, I am/sir, '

.,'- line on east boundary township 49, range 42 ; thence respectively. I rather reproachfully :spoken of by Mr. Ran- is ,i in fact the lynx of North America-a Yout obedient. servant. 4i 4 :

rroia 8 1C}o. E 49 chs."S 10J 0 E lOCI ms. S 20$ E 71 BEC. 2. Bi further enacted That the Judges first dolph, of Roanoke. as the manager of the strong, ferocious hard living animal, just as Z. TAYLOR, L7 1

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''lt 35 eh. S 14 E 34.57 chs 8 1*1 E 16.GGclisS divided,; by lot into four classes. The first class shall leader of the anti.federal.Jeffer- i iable. It inhabits deep forest thick To. Sefior D. Anto Lopez de Santa Anna, Commanding .

'Ii 16} E 26 eh*, S G} E 5 ('h. 8 17 i CV 2 chs, hqldhia ur their office'or offices for the term of two sonian party in the house of representatives.His Vooded and prefers! in chief, Encentada. .

: lIal1'tf N 161 p W 2 chI, N 201 W24 ebs, N 60} 0V years, the second for the terra of four years the 'third intimate knowledge of the public men and When swamps, prowls chiefly by eight.: :! : .
wounded the hunter and disabled
: ,35cbjN452eh',N 36 = E 7.76 w-- N' 16J E 6 fbrrhe term of six years, the fourth fur the term of events of those early times, as well as the by CAt.n'OR GOLD.-The following, says the -
it flies at him with trenchant claws and
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81 W
yenrs. Union doubt about
candor and frankness of his conversations removes every -
,.. l2chsNS4 E 5chs.N W20 chs, N 14} '. (Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority, rendered him I have already said i' like a fury, fights to the last. And yet it the genuineness of the gold just transmitted to J

Ie.. IV 17 chs,N 22} 0V 2OchsN7.14c1s, N 35 0 W December 22, 1811JJused the House of.Representatives as very has good qualities. By-the-bye, what animal the mint. It destined to new impulse : _
attractive. II give a
Pt'c JOdie.N 2110 W10 cbs, N 7.57 chs N 16J W 11 by t&e! Constitutional majority,January 6,1848.] j' has not ? it loves its offspring, never deserts to the .cjf towards that : -
'or 1 chs' N 180 ,\V 25 chs, N 25 CV 80 chs. N 16J 0 April 15, 1848. '6m It was on a Saturday afternoon, in August, I them,and well ,defended them to de th. If you migration country. ,

I JI W4fh s. N 111 0V 12ch?. N 8 E 15 cbs, N 23 o 1821, that a particular! friend of Mr. Gregg's, j I arc full of "a game spirit," and think you could "The following is the contents in full of a '

I itt : W 15.50, N 5} 0 E,11.80 chf, N20e W 15.77 chs, who is still living, dropped in at Mrs. B.'s, and "whip jour/weight in wild cat," begin by I;r dispatch which the War' Department received 4S ., _

..& 4 to the line' on rat boundary of township 40.range 4'2 ; 1 FOR SALE. : in the course of their conversation Mr. Gregg turing orassailmg-- a kitten, and capj it i j'I jIn i 1 fitfrorrt Col.! Cooper, at Philadelphia :' .
HE FOLLOWING tracts of Land in East Flor- rely upon -
fil 4, thtDCtNBW1C'b".N| 111 'W26chsN37 W rip JL ida offered for sale low terms related.. the following little story, which impressed with the/first squeak if she be any where with- 'J..icnJmewhich! moans that the gold he car- f
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13ch, N22C W22 cbtl. N 71 W Bchs, N20Vf and well the examination of very desi- me so forcibly that I have not forgot in a mile, you'll have the. old one-down fled with him is gold (genuine gold !) Go -
persons upon '
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79 rhs, to line of south boundary township 39, roui of. buying Sugar and Cotton lands in Florida-viz: ten it, although 37 years have since elapsed. ''like a flash of lightning, and with suchsqualls !!I The following report has also been made by c
: 42 them" N 20 W 70 chs N 30 c John Warrick smelter and refiner- of New
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ranee. ; } The well known and very extensive Bulow Plantation It ,Washington city, while he waS j I and such a burst offtiry, and of so terrible a
2250. N 23} \V.5ch.N33W430chiN14j} 0 puitible member of Congress and Jefferson Preisident. York city, on a specimen of California gold -3
for both Cotton and Sugar situated at die head a was an aspect, that the chances are n thousand ,1 ,
'V12JI8ehzN22 W 2&6chs, N 0 Iff W 5.46 of:the Halifax River immediatehr the coast sent by Mr. T. O. Larkin, the U, Si Consul: at
chs,N 39? W 18 chI, N12} E 0.36,chs N 29V } c ypon twenty to .fraction of a unit ypu'll run for your life.I Monterey to the editor cf the New York Her- -' -
five miles North of Mosqoiro Info and thirty five Southof < lIe had just risen, said from the dinner ,
0 was in from Toledo \
\ 19 ehs, N 80* W 16 cla, N 37} W 9 chs, N plodding.once a w.-iggon, 1id. ,.-. .
St. Augustine. This Planiation conducted by >when a-eervant announced that.two k _
was table
persons to Maurnee ;
,ft* .EGebaN261e E llchsN35fo W9 haN over,an.execrably:level road,_.
the ate Mr. Bulow previously the Indian with I Ai the 12 which L.
to dooroaszua.
war horseback were at.the _
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hunmack lands. t Clii I irn-MMr give'ydual 11
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/I''t?: Ta&-fionUke 'Surveyor;General .f Florida, and in 2000 acres known is the Addison grant on Mr. G.-WQ'i Wl avIo; *,)howtO'arrangematters 1; was driviflQhi :: .dJ: 3.jl ( Ii the subjecprevathng In tnat, ,' J .
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*.Voiformlty. witha decree of the Supreme Court of ther and.reluested Ujfem'to :and have "- viandthpcctsof: thQPicicMailLinof 1-P it: r 1)
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;*United StatesTendered at the January of 1834 the Halifax River upon navigation. = ; "with as fast a horse'as eyer. rn d I e', ,- ".," ....,. ..t! ....'. 1
/'J' : term Abo a tract of 1100 acres on the Halifax riv-r known their horses i away : This'they declined when some ten rods'ahead"'of*us just,by that Steamship {!> .f. __ n" j, ."'

<;of supposed Bernardo to belono in William part to Dtonieia Segui, wife as the Bethune tract suitable for sugar planting and near doing, but said.if it/was not too Pre-. big oak, a'wild cat. leading thr ,'kittens,came ,A intelligent: pcectf'thavy, who ,;" ..:" ...J f
Ikw Segui, or {t. Simmons, in .
": 'A )Iic Lazarus, and in pan to part Col. Mamhalls.Alo sident's house, they would, get off and lead out of the wood and crossed the road, and has Ijeen recently overJhe entire gold region 4 ,

f'r -ao JLuuuatduefor Taxes far 1847 Chapman Levy.$52 50 900 acres of heavy timbered hammock l lands in their horses there, us their call must necessa: went into those bushes oh our left,and I thought of California, for the, purpose of examining "I -_ _

Taxet for 1B48, $69 12 Grab am swamp near Gen. Hernandez's plantation. rily be very':" brief. The German's'tone was what nice pets they'd make,.and wished I had the matter thoroughly;'stated to-day that by the '. 'l ,,;:.

::' k Add coils, $ Al 10 450 acres in Graham swamp near Gen. Her positive and he would take no other course. one. When I came up I 'noticed one of the month of March' we shall be receiving from \

r: ;; AliO-19,500 acres of land situated on the ,dez'fl lant tion'.. They did'dismount, and all three walked,up to young ones in the edge of the bushes, but a few California three millions per, month in gold. '........,

ri i lanki of the River St. Sebastfan,which River empties Ah'o 999 acres at Spruce Creek and Halifax River the President's, taking their ..hurses'alon Mr.J. feet off and I heard or thought I heard thc'oIdone This officer himself has a considerable quantity '. '; ..,
I being aD old plantation originally settled by the English have at that time the block of of the gold which' has reached New Orleans '
In ,' onto the Indian River in the said county of St. Lucie. Also 1000 in Turnbull of the Pab- must occupied stealing along deep in the woods. '..
acres swamp part buildings near the capitol,that are still pointedout ; and other large amounts he knows to be -, .
'o. Said land-is part of n tract'of 20,000 acres granted o Rosette tract and situated a few miles south of New : 'I sprung out, snatched up the kitten, threwit ,1
l y the Spanish Government to Geore Fleming, and is Smyrna. or were a few years ago, as his residence in the buggy,jumping on,and started. WhenI on the way. The Mazatlan correspondent .. ::. '
: founded as follows:Commencing at a Cabbag S whilst President. laid hands ) {'ssrS. Howland & Aspinwall, writes tHat
.Also 1900 acres known as the mqtirit Oswald plantation on it, mewed, and, confound it. it .
t Palm,south of the mouth of the St. Sebastian formerly.occupied by George Anderson on Halifax There was a paling around the buildings, kept a mewing, and as I grasped the rums i $lOU,?00 worth of sold' has been receive*! ; -

r and running< thence south 45 degrees west 417 Rinr'j' river. to which the horses were hitched,and the party heard a sharp growl and a trashing through ;., therejwhich\ has been assayed and proved to -
to a pine; thence north 45 degrees west 480 to the main entrance. Mr. G. took 23i carats f e which is .
Als! >40,000 acres on the St. Johns river at various proceeded to the bush, and I knew the old one was u-cum- as near as
a stake ; thence north 45 degrees east 517 chains, to a points I the lead. After applying the knocker,a color. mingjand; the next instant she streamed over a may tie pure gold,too pure for coining or mechanical '

cabbage palm on the west bank of Indian River, Als> 13000 acres in Alachua County part of a grant ed servant opened the door, but contrived to log and lit in the road, all on an end, with her purposes. This tact sets ut vest: the -
.' above the mouth of. the St. Sebastian, to theplace of of 2GOOO acres originally made to G. I.: F. Clarke. place himself so as to obstruct the entrance. teeth and she doubts about the genuineness of the metal.
grinntng, turned as on a pivot, .
beginning-being all of the said grant, (excepting Alsi 900 acres of 1st quality pine lands on the Santa ". I gave him my shoulder," said Mr.\ Gregg. and gave an unearthly sqaull, as she saw me J I I Under circumstances. the establishment ?
therefrom 500 now.owned &:
acres by Messrs. Beard and Fee riier Columbia County to be sold having been purchased and sent him out of the way,so that we all got racing and bounded after with such of the Pacific rmil line of steamships, in con- .
Font which raid 500 acres situated the away ,
ne are at of the United States many years since. ,. tnto the hall." He then told us the Presidentwas :' neetioh with thc line hence to is .
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mouth of the said River St. Sebastian, on the north fury. gained on me so fast, that !
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The Live Oak upon many at dinner I knew the house well" added : mast fortunate happening, as it gives a
; regularand
L niJe 'thereof' )-which raid 19,500 acres are assessed the asked for them' ..tor'l'ry fear I threw the kitten, and lashed I
by the name of the Fleming Grant," owners unknown worth For further more than particular price descriptions and plats apply to. Mr. G.,. and I opened the room door on our the flying horse ; but she carcelv paused for rapid: communication with the States, by ,

,but are supposed to belong to either the estate G- R. FAIRBANKS.Ag right,.'and invited _my friends in, and found that,but bounded on a while as though recovery i which; gold can! be ,sent home in thirty!'days, '

vf the late Hon.Charles Downing,or to the Life Insurance < nt for the sale,and purchase of lands payment of seats for them. I of her.young would not suffice without revenge and merchandise .received in return. But tor f t _

I and Trust Company. non re sidents taxes &c. There were folding doors between this and whien I saw her at my very back, this ,connexion the communication with theStateSj

Amount due. Texts for 1847, $104 37J St. Augustine January 26, 1848 room and the dining room, and I heard Mr. stranger I did'tremble, and I scarcely breathed -I would only haye taken place by the. '

Taxetfor 1848, $125 45 I Jefferson ask the servant who it was that was until her crying imp recalled her.. Here, tedious, uncertain and unsafe routes of"Cape !.. > .

Add costs, '8 Brown,Havanna and Loaf Sugars !in the adjoining room ; I also heard him reply at the top of his pitch, I looked back, and saw Horn ;or the Plains of St. Louis. The (gold

if Unless'the taxes thereon and the costs are paid be- CRUSHED Teas,Coffee Rice Crackers,Candies, that it was Mr. Gregg and two other person*, a her standing, with her one in her mouth, !I F I will now come across the Isthmus: of Panama, ...

r fax tM day of sale. Starch, Raisins,Currents' ;Citron, Pea Nuts, Cordials man and a woman. Mr. J. then ordered ihe looking after me, as though young she'd halt a mindto I i and by steam thence to New Vork. < t.,.: .

.; C. L. BRAYTQN.Ti Cigars,Tobacco. Vermicelli, B, K:, CAR 1(1 folding doors to be thrown open, and called to drop the kitten and give chase again. l'a 'e ''I I The: rush of gold hunters to the mines is'
: Atsnsor and Tax Collector for St.Lucre Co. *
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May to in and join him ia dinner and very I large. The John Benson which sailed to
M. Lade County, 23d Nov., 1848. me come the horse a cut,and did not feel quite safe untilI .
to bring in my friends with me. got some miles I made mind day for Chagrcs: was crowded with passengers -
Tea Coffee Chocolate' pice8 up my
t THOMSON '.8 Redu, ed, Prices-Well Selected.] MI had dined, but my friends bad not-so we from that time forward to let young ones: alone. displacing: freight to make room t for them. .

: Compound Syrup of Tar 4 [tAt"HYSON very.choiceRio Coffee? "- all sat down,to the table, the old man on Mr. Buffalo Com. Ado. i The }' Icon, which sailed a few days agotook -._: '
OLD Jefferson's the his Mr. a large number' and one of the .
Hyeon, Cuba do. right, daughter on 'left. .' : Liverpool '" ,
(a' Wood_ JYaphtha.Another : Gun Powder Java do. Jefferson had the faculty of making every person PARALLEL OF THEosEXEs.-Thc North American packe; owners has it in contemplation to put a .

1. ,' voluntary testimony to its value from Imperial :Mocha: do\ at ease in his presence, and soon had the says there is an admirable'partition of packelj-ship in' between New York and Cha- (/:: ', .c ')
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'' a distinguished Physician. Rend the following Black 0Chocolate.: old man as well as his daughter, perfectlyfathome. qualities between the sexes, which the Author gres. iThe California steamer, which leaves :/,3,1' ..... ;'- :.r -'

,; from DR. YOUNG, the eminent oculist. Spiced Chocolate, Sweet Stick Chocolate, Baker's He wag ever fond of mixing and conversing of our being has distributed to each, with a the Pafcific side of the Isthmus on the 6th of : ;' :i' .

I ., Philadelphia' Jan. 18, 1847., Cocoa Paste, Coco with plain and unsophisticated* men, wisdom that challenges our unbounded, ,admiration. January fur San Francisco, will probably.have 'J .A'i _

p! Mum. AweD AXD Dicispx-Gentlemen-Having Nov. 18. B. E. CARR. and could unbend to them in the easiest imaginable 4 ** over 'ojne, hundred passengers. The owners 'f! t J,

.:: .recommended in my practice and wed in my own m nner. They talked .f farming, of Man is strong : woman is beautiful. only calculated. \ on twenty in making the estimate t

.r fwatty THOMSON'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF Tborburn' Treth Garden Seeds the use of plaster of Paris, of raising clover, Man is daring and-confident : woman is diffident fr the line. Altogether this is the great .
TAR AND WOOD NAPTHA. I have no hesitationin assortment'just received from tbla"cclebrattd and of the 0 '
AJI and of stock ; meanwhile, after dinner, the unassuming. C excitement day.PILOTAGE -
that it oneof the best of the kind ,among which are .
> fR& preparations wine was circulated. It was good wine, and Man is great in actipn : woman in suffering.Man -
} ill.e,ad persons suffering from Cough., Colds, Affections Early York rind Drumhead Cabbage shines abroad ",' ,., '
German friend no bad judge. : woman'pt home. ;,
our was KEY VEsr.-The
} .f the Throat, Breast etc., no prevalent at this Ruta Baga.and Flat Dutch Turnjpe\ AT. correspondent
seisonof' the year,'canoot ur any medicine that will Arparagus and Celery At length he said to Mr. Jefferson : 1 am Men talk to 'convince : women\ to persuadeand o! the New Orleans Courier states that, about

I. allsy Cough 1 ,.r prevent Consumption sooner than'thomao.Cornound Narrowfat Peas, &c. For sale. dy going to such place'in Virginia, and would please.Man aiiinonh since, a meeting of: the citizens ofp .
Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha. 'Sept. 8, 1848.:. B. 'E.: CARR. like to knoW the best stopping places. As you' has a rugged heart : woman a soft and Key West was called for the purpose of taking

4, .... -Wji. :Yociro, M. D,, 152 Spruce; street. are a Virginian, you can tell me, of course! tender one. into i isidcration: the best course to be adoptd -

l corner offlfih and Spruce streets. Philadelphia. will be made to the next Gene- well, and will give you directions. Then Man has science : woman taste. port, which resulted in a resolution! petition .

Ml' &14 If P. C. ZYLSTRA, St. Augustine. APPLICATION of Florida for an act of. incorporation -I turning.. to his private Secretary, Mr. Cole, he Man has judgment : woman sensibility.Man the Legislature for so amending the law as to > .

I. i to authorize a company to, construct! a RailRoad I said: Mr. Cole just take your pen and note is a being of justice : woman an angelof allow vessels bound to or passing by that place 0 .. .

CITY COUNCIL ROOM, ) from Cedar Keys, or some enligible point on I down what I am about to say. lie proceededto mercy. to do sd free of any charge for pilotage" whether .. ....'

t \ St. Augustine, Dec.the 27th 1847VhereasithM Council- } the lfCoatt, to the St. Mary's River, or some eligible i name the places,.ohserting to his guest, that ". sP9ken or not, unless a p'ilot.s services are
been to, City
4 that the Glanders and other represented contagious diseases, prevail: pom on the Atlantic coat, or on the tit.John'sIUvet. :,in Virginia he must not expect to find taverns, THE ISTHMUS OF DARIEK.' -As.this is the r.ost required bythe master. This will be a great .

lif|/1(, (0 a considerable extent among Horses within the coronte I as in Pennsylvania. But, said he, I am giving direct route to California and as the U. S. Mail advantage to that port, as many vessels were

..5' |> limits of this city. Aagust 19. 1848. 3m. .I you the names of planters, at whose houses Steamers will soon form a monthly line from prevented calling there, owing to the probability ,

l Be it therefore Resolved,'That'owners of horses so or The News, Jacksonville the above three, and months Herald and, St.send Augustine you will, be kindly received and well entertained New York to San Francisco, via Chagres and 'of haying-pilotage to pay. Thorn is no -c
:'Ir.. vped shall remove them from,the limits of the city will publish this office. ; but they will-take no pay. This is our Panama, we have made some inquiry in rela- doubt 1 lut that thislaw, will be amended, as at

., 1 '. five days,after, the publication of this Resolution their accounts to -- ". way in Virginia and you will have to conformto tion to the journey' across the hthmus. The !least four-fifthsof* the citizens are in favor of

'i it further resolved, That it shall be the duty of the our customs. He went on till he named a whole distance is sixty miles, forty of which is it. I _

1 ..larshal after.the expiration of the time specified mrOTICE is hereby given' that I have filed in lady-by such a day you will reach Mrs. Dan- up the Chagres'river, and is performed in Canoes The ight ,house on Sand Key is not- yet rebuilt -

... M regoing Resolution to eanseany horse or horses, 1.1 the office of the Judge of Pobates of St. Johns dridge's. 'Mrs. Dandridgc !' said the guest. ; the balance of twenty miles' is made on 4nd. 'no probability of its being done _

WtiicV be so diseased to be killed and buried and county my accounts and vouchers as Executrix of the Is she the Mrs. Dandridge&: "who had a childat mules-the whole jonrney takes up about two although so much needed. -

'ell expenses aeemmg in carrying the same: into execution estate of JOBS' ,DRTCBALI.dec.,and that in two months school in Litiz that took sick and died days. We understand that the steamboat Onus The 'okson the Fort
our i Toi .
'I I I will: apply for their settlement' and allowance tugas, are, : ;-
shall be paid by the o'wnerof PEDRO fIlCh hon BENET or horse, from this, da1t'of which all concerned will please to take''at my house Marietta\ ,on i its way home. Its has been purchased at this port, and will be howe,. r, rapidlyprugressing. notwithstanding :

Kl Pro Tern. noiice. LOIS H. DRYSDALE. E ccutrix.I I mother was with us two weeks. I shall be very placed permanently on the Chagres river in S the small amount appropriated by the lat .
yor 148. I' to see her ; she was an excellent woman.' .connexion with the mail steamers, and thus $s. '. ,=
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SECTION TIutspecia1and > 55 S settled 45,950
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I associations 'bij' __ -!
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cleaningout andti 1
".i ;,' I -. : :. : purpose : -. Iattire $n that the Keener; of the ArJninstruited'by s jOtn i da t1t"
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j "; / ',1.t ii f 1'I I. obstructions iq Rivers or other navigably ed4iyT -ioth and in that c who,was perfectly d .sinJensted: 1o//
: : : : waters, or making other internal,improvements : _; W&eheWjthe* >route of.anysticb7Sador ; *I Sappendages ; ( fche authorities fied, however thatthis ; ,_ _
.. : other"x such ompajnylo '
I L ;1. ,= ': :' ,;i -II'. of like character within this State/and such co _, *; fl )improvement, ;shallpattroti' to th St4t all their rirjianatheistnsjch ?...'..,... "_0.M-to-turn'over foe''Capers,.of that a few. and feeling fiDe I:;; S
i '1 }. I :: ,4,.;': ;: partnerships shall not consist of'not Jess than: bcrlqcated thefecclusrve, upon lands bTonging se'bf such : pidcaflalor tn .office to the, Surveyor General. f f ; was contrary: .to:7: pM J.ic. ntt..
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I ,r i' ': rive persons; three or, more' \'hom.sbaU. be > fixtures and generally.. By the,just .action(..
.fiC R extent of four nods oqeach"side: oftlie ,As the l records have thus beep me State QUJ MB -
: U dst property. .
.rIw I "l. : -t citizens of this State,and who before common-: tetcncotmncctd therewith, these unjust Pwilllfail of their : '. S
; t. I \ ,:" ; : r: cing business sjiall make and'file i in the office law"t "said road or'caWshall beandis, giving VStttci'the' full1 amount ," they- .become subject} -the .action of .end
; '. ,t 1IIb ted toanv ucaassociaUOTjfpr.ihette.S uon frith Sa. An; itlH i:'
J -.. : : i oftheSerctaryofState.andaIsinthc office A ben : :
1.: : 1iIIbr1 introduced
-j .. .. : ofiaU anfirrabtirefrentsherefortandbffall Jhs,.,,General.Assembly. ; We clip the
zn&.rnaintaining any expenses sentences givenCeioj- f&
:' Clerk of the Circuit Court of- pir constp ng :
; the the
? .It I county i:
aforesaid"gs byp i in- espectLtjieot.t9intorst into the Senate providing for an lorida Herald and
It I ;: counties through whi h the "contemplated -. uc r"btherkimprovem pt'ias putlay Southern l ccratuSare
.. !1 S; '-. ., -, ."-\-: \_ J'.f t Canal or Road will? pass or other !"improve- S JEThVjiUe l'fete liiearaK gethe>twith eighft per pent upon tneamount' 'l /: } }xlythqpeopleof!;? : a keeper: of the ar- grieved that any thing should hare 1, >,

S i,! .i > .1 .. ,.:II ..: ments be made, a certificate signed or.sworn toby fifllfm" : sebCor*other"pi, -pejriyvyhich' may of such jwtlays and disbursements The amount cfuves at this ,plate,..andI at P iisacola. The said by any citizen or citizens of Savaj _
the nfcklng thsame.,
time of
d 1 sucassition'or.capy from the disparagement of the
b or ,< public htiP _
I S : ', ,- :, one or mo/e of the genera 1 partners j stating! and disburse salary this officer is proposed to be fixed at
expendiiures We
t' 6 ,
I ;\ : .'of i .' the following pahicularsviz: "; ) ...."," foi'thq5p S ingonthebbsirieWpf suchbutlays ana Augustine.! must be,permitted. W:'ej' 4J -
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S :, i: ; (' .. : Krrtr-The name and places of, residei&f1S the cfxJutfUt otberw! pky be mehts afld fnterfets. to be agreed upon and as- 6300' ; in acldition to the :usual. Jees.) We trust our belief that there is some mfstale:f is _______
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eldbpnyonejjP bf themana rtJnersjM eeftainejl i -by-fiw- Commissioners apjrointeHWthepar the bi11will: matter, that whatever _
:.J J 1 :: ; tit. I all the co-partners or' associate and the mime pass "- may z.
h ; r I .. ryleofthQco-p rtn rshiptaociatio1fr ownersjS5De| designated,by their Uiles s'or incase if stosbcn""appbitment has come to the ear of our respectedeporary'in _

t .. : .'s 4' fr& Thedescription' ot the, R'qf C" associyipniandm t rust for all the meiS- by .t&0- Chief Justice 6f We will a very exaggerated form. Ben __
1 :. .-F .t *__ W citti* Vl Kk AiiWut*-k is: ofthe associi Bhdebts. Ip": Our original matter Is short., as .it raajVhowever, we are ______
4, i } blfcjroprovemt :
; F rfl Ji 1' .... -, '\ibi? .contemp lt th, .\ .*;; ,j Si' .:14 Ct sh Iyer b consti'u- repair this: soon. We have sQmework on that he has)taken a'prorjjj: ,,

.. t' Wit' J hand, which'.we,'wiU soon"despatch, and then character and origin of the e; rep'-':3
.: L.., R..S rJ,. Ai the'ptk posaRof banking prejudicial 8t: '
** } Augustinen-! !
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T ., .i. I' mJj': %i >* pf-chows .'; ,:'" 4 therntobuta fcwqCour[ cltiz*bs
!<: \\J t 1' br:'6flier'apprdpriaffpe: n g.ii1troTany'- tract debts orTncur liabilities on behalf r.t thft a oflIce ofdiscountndlosits. : \ f vetn6' .r ". .- Tftstffygw' "It tUiKjfffeelings .. : J

'n.... .!i )s.r;: crimprovement to be effect('d by them. 1:::ompan3 y1, br'tqUnanage: or control the office 8 k; 1 I from ourselves the fact that our business is. ,;of the ''per.' ?r-?\1V'1! :

i' : TAmJ The amount of the capital of such\ of the association, except ;so far as maybeS I steadily on the increase. Nothing can be so themV their City and.State,.are 'w: -_
( : t : : S company contemplated to be paid: intind employed agreed! in the article of association ; but all thu grateful; to us aAhis significant indication, that character. 'We fully realize the, fei- ___ _

S f. : S in such enterprise, and i if, divided into general partners ahall be deemed to bu. managers i&thzDecember efforts to serve and to please arc of their good-will to us.: We knowS, ___
our hum'ble.
-, I shares,\he-number arid value of the shares: 6r of the association, and.fullv authorized to .. business, nnd the business of their,! __
J j :' : ,j \ I f proportion of each partner. contract debts, and do all other acts and things not unappreciated by a generous,public. essential to Savannah. We are coofid u--

} : .. ; Fourth-Stating who are general nnd who which general partners in ordinary partnership! 21, j 1848. To bur friends in the country we tender our I! our|nerchants are most anxious; to securtill mn.

IT i" : ; 1 1 are special or limited partners ja such as"oriation may do, unless such partnership or association =-= !grateful acknowledgments: \ for the promptness I and to extend their business connexionswaaii -

f,l -I '1':-: r.: 4 .. I ,and the relative portion or! shares of mi-h :shall; provide by their article of association i T'o' Lcei.lature. with which they have; met ourdemal1ds.Vc I the people ot our Southern Sister.: 'Theril] '

<<. .:. .,!: 0 C in such association, or !the amount cohtiibutcd I the management and control of the allairs unit of this body are of some i every reason why there :should: bea
The procn'iinjs!! yCrTMf
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'f. .. SS/J ; ; or agreed be contri buted! by each' j I business of by certain specified could otherwise shall be able to conduct our paper during fthc. sympathy: of feeling between St. Angnstfe

"1 .""-".;..:;' 4" S 4 ; ,: ., ., Fifth! -The time for which such partnership i Jl'ntm1I'artllt'rS to be" called managers: ,I interest'" t", and. indeed- it I not well be enduing year-in a style which will rendJr it and Savannah; and why any dispara( DgU At
\S ,'. .,1' 4' S shall I continue. v : which do il uruth-j when the numerous important nieas- citizen
.';;. I tr agents: they I lay they s eminently worthy.of their support. s I i marks, by any or Qitizens of fte'ia'
I 'S S SEC. 2., At. least three or more of such partS j! and in that case, provide copy of such! articles tires! before it are considc od. Our young I place against; the interests of the other,shoblj l S

I, 'f;, \ S. ners being.citizens of the,United. States mid ;iowning i of association: shall be first duly liled in the State is in its milk and swathing I: bands," and ,8.1'I''be wholly discountenanced by the'public"! f.

1t'--r. -S at;least one third ot the capital' of>aul I OHice! of the Clerk of the County. Court of the of! will do much to fix (ILl The I large.Not only do we, for one, give the.aj*.
1 t .5 \ company, &hall; bu general partners and liable County\ or Counties through which said road, the acts our legislators; I'I vannah from New'York on the 18th. ,cle below fr lthe Herald an insertion,but tie ;

': l,, S '' .r. generally for the debts of-t he association\ orjpartnership j[.r canal or other improvements may pass, then the character of our State. They arc to .determine .1 will publish any communication in our $1.umns .

If''t.,1. .,I' .. ;fland all shall he considered as the;1" rsJus therein named as the managers.of how,our youth are lobe educated liT We clip the following from the Wood- which, :maybe of service in placing tie
;j' (-" general partners unless named 1': the association, or other duly authori- character of the hotel of
particularly : : ns persons whether car fully or efficierttly or not all. St. Augustine in i
ville Miss. The notice of
t :.1{ ., I{ special or limited partners in the cert iticates fciil by them: shall alonebe deemed competent with ( ) Whig. flattering their true light before the travc11ingpubIiCorre.pouJ.enc .; I
....' S .. ,I' aforesaid ; ant, in case they are so naux-d, tln-n I i isu6h I to contract debts'or: liabilities the part of the We cannot but regard gratitude the judicious .Mr. UANHAM will be gratifying to his many old ::

\ ; ; special or limited co-partners shalj. only I association, or otherwise manage its allairs as and earnest efforts of yie members, as friends in this place : j '

:::. I. e. be liable !tojthe.extent of the capital contributed between: themselves 1 and the public ; and any I well of the present as the loft\ Assembly, to In noticing the destruction of the property of l/ie Xeic l'inkA6eney.- "I' -

I +. : S or agreed to be contributed by- S spcciuljpurtiier! or other persoh may be namedasoneol 1 brine!! this matter into! proper form. What is of the Rail Road Company, bv fire, last week, :: A Mild Winter Climate. :.ti
t '. S thcll1l'e-1 the of the business of It seems IlOpO'W known .
spectively. such guncrally
S S j managers I most esscnt ial, in the outset, i ij some cconomi- we over-stated the amount of the loss ; report by.countrymen1tthat '
SEC. 3. Any such association having I tili'iI.l j association, or authorized to.act us an agent had it. The correction bft we have irj out own coo.&
'p1'. -' J S their certificate as aforesaid, shall athe j*I. therefor b}' thu managers ;.and whenever any j! cal vet liberal form on which ti|> proceed.The important exaggerated, but we understand that 88.000 may will a wiutcr\ retreat that imy1: substantially- I

S; )) S, exclusive right of making or constructing a i i changes made in the managers of said particular efficacy of 10,11 y system of. cover the loss. The business of the Railroad amends for the many privations and! i iooo e

< road, canal or other improvement, exceptdrainin'g J I company by the co-partners, either by the ap education must: consist, not so much in nnygencrullegislati'e has suffered interruption* from the accident. niences that arc necessarily encou'ntfcr'(..
S' out obstructions in rivers or other 1 pointincnt of new ones, or by the substitution The and'versatile of those who, at treat: expense of time and z "u. -
outline in the thorough- industry, :
- ,. : JF navigable waters, ontemplated by their arti-I of one for another, due notice of such change I as ( :Mr. H, mharh-fing"inccr of.the road, will soon cross the Atlantic in search of a milder;
"" .' \ des of association, and no other railroad or shall .be given, and filed in each of the Clerk's J ness and zeal with which suchjputline i is filled ". reinstate before the fire. mate.. 1'he'Wl'it..r has been In the babk

I J .t ,. :,. tf;}' canal, or other improvement, calculated to iiii '' Offices af rl'suid. I j np by the agents to whomv>its pxecntion:\ is en- things as they were years of visiting during the wintcr.seasoii' ; ,

f .. : ': _, terferewiththeirsshallbematjeorconstructcd SEC. 10. of the of such '! ; southern: States of His'
: < t i|I Any partners assoCiation trusted.!' Our one idea of a school sybtem our own country.
.;(' ,t 7 "S S ,it '" f by any other ,person, association, or company, may sell and transfer the whole or any is that which .only partially1iees the TROtYBT.} IN YALE COLLEHE.-We learn from objcct has been: to escape the severity c(
: '. between the same points of termination or I portion of his interest in suuh copartnershipor parent j the Northampton Courier that the faculty of northern climate, and secqre a milder "
'l: 4.5 ..J .> parallel thereto, and within twenty !Wales j I association,'to any other person or persons, from the burden and respoi, sibility (,f educating -I' Yale College! has punished!'; several of th'actorsin ffiturc than can be} pUint n rtI < -

: S thereof; Provided always! thasuchassociation: } upon, fihingi. notice ,of such transfer in theWFutiaWKtoW&'tfa the' child The total, < ibsence of re th-i annual ceremony of "burying Euclid." the Potomac. Three seasons spent'.in" rn

fn I i: : .. shall"' ") sun'eyaBd' ; l locate the roWdrb.. ..t::: ;..roadi, :rt' j nf9resaid,. ,signed by'the. urchas:: ,sponsibility, i ;.i implies,avwant.ofyh9le| onieqnxa The faculty were determined to break: up the and southern ,Florida havesatisfied him)

:;.::LI ; or ,c ..,. ..t' rov". ... -nv.":? ).:, JO v b'ls. or.hel ',J u !: f'V I 3i want of in- custom, and threatened this take severemeasures multitudes 'who'now need a chabjw:of' *" I
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com "' 1 : i pw 'e"r R :; \ with any ,wha miszht! enaasre! in its 'c- and-cliniate, and. many :othcr :toho[|
} \. .. .tirD tl f!!!';.:tifJjr p feature insorae the delivered the : rdrn&uitr .,
i. 'Year .eirI whetb .. petition.a,Hence: stu'dentjwhb : ,p riDgly t1 i .Wl4. -
-I I t _:. .. ...... ttt cate, and ehall I bona fide : y "flewpartnet'or I gffWB :lhus admittcoe .reA1L ': ,-.1,, r' ,, t(: sermon, and the one;,.who! reaa .tbepoenjrwjUj i[ to.1 Qr.mqpru : '

: ,-'1&_ ;' ( .j.f 'or'___'c_,,bsttltetltlg-_, _. , .. -- .J. t!_ I: 0 : : IP oriwo) others; ,-were expelg} t' S, ( i:' comDlelemeaan1ErWjUl: ye 'F"1I-: %'1 ,: I, if anqit: ; .pllr : 1if bin -safutary.' 'K, :' 1S61 PUHISt ,;u't n..T. y -
'. I ,. \ {i 'i '. r w1th n'sti h,fq 'f &. :i I r fiT*ff* AA'to Jjbd1fiJoT1h9 cO rnpaflyor! taxation:' fortbe' "" -- i th&udent3'tis7i>ectators, but only: the'ac-, '. Beginning at Jacksonville,-unjhe. SU-J.
a. cecding ten yarlt"Mthe t Governor'o(:1 r association"thereafter} accruing as a general ? "( i',, S oo.s.'I'he' tOTs were punished. A tutor who went among :river, eighteen miles from: ;the'ocean! ,you c'

S l' S t S this Sta'tfy t121th5be55: may gitnt WI'j l partner In any:other partnership ; ,but it a special bi.Prefbrre'd: toipro des that fifty per them as!' a spy Vas roughly treated., The students -: a-very larorableclirrmteiror; >invalid*},f -

\, S :' : .1. '.\ they are unabTft11pet diligence to complete I partner, he shall only be liable to the ex- cent shall! be contributed bxtte.e(; ) copie. We Kicked him, knocked ofr his bat.and !snow :rarely seen, and there are: but few days .

: i t :! ; the same witflin five yfears, as aforesaid: ; jI j 1 I tent of the capital or shares of the co-partner-: ) dl' irc to su this principle ,int oduced,. but ball d himi:.untill he was obliged to flee for'his
I I : ,t which further time thfcf Governor is authorized !1! ship tit us purchased by him, and to the amount life. '_ j hour or two's sail,in the steamboat brings;
modilieil.i If ;; intended its munifihe i -
S S to grant, :!! bo for( and I Congress: y to Picolata, the landing-place for '
and to 'passen .
I providedthey:are bona fide, progressing paid agreed : paid on account So tho of time-hallowed I I cus- > ,
departs glory
S -' with such improvement with all reasonable ''I of such :share or portion purchased by him :-1 1i I cent $, to give'the .State } means of ":St.:__ Augustine. Stages are in waiting to c ,

g f diligence. S. I'i J'ruvulmlalicays at l least one-third of the educating its youth, it certainly i ever designed torn. We know of no body of men who, as "a | passengers to the city, a distance of suy -

l } SEC. 4. Any such partnership duly formed i: capital of said company association paid in, that''they should be, but hall educated. whole, were iuore, ready to listen to the voice t miles. The proprietors _of the hotelsboardinghouses .

-" C t as aforesaid,shall as soon as practicable and |.''or agreed to be paid in, shall be. owned by Under our present circumstances fifty percenti of reason, or. were more severely studious, or have been- engaged in'bi

1.. within the year aforesaid, cause the route of : general partners, who are citzensof the United treated their i instr&ctors with uniform I i iu* up for the reception company,and
J' 1. the canal and transfer( shall be allowed more than a young people ca i contribute. mpre feel encouraged to believe that r
railroad or other improvement, tn :States:; ; no t by any i a goodly. ,
l' ,. \ be surveyed and. located, tile a copy of said j j.survey j general partner; which will reduce the interest A small proportion, just sufficient o defiuy theattention consideration than the class" of -18, and this ber will resort there, as in days of old, .

) S ,and! a map or plat of the route of such I'i I or of thu general partners below,that amount. I lighter expenses, and to draw th( of the faculty >were> constrained to acknowledge. some measure reimburse them forthcif

". railroad canal, in the office of the county t SEC. 11. Any such company may sue by the individual.s'tothe matter, so as to fix personal I Yet when they were forbidden to weep o'er the- of money and time. True, the houses w' _

S .5- clerk of each county through which such roador name and style,of the co-partnership or asso- corse of Euclid the of compare favorably with our Astor, FT
: canal may pass, and no alteration [hall i\, elation, without nameing all the partners in the interest. : is every thing that should, be required ,- the s and Howard, but still the attention. of uV.1 -
thereafter be writ of : If the State duty of educating stronger .than spirit of subordination, aud crs, and the of'
S made in thy termination or route j I I or procession procedinL's, and the service assumes thj luxury a summer atmoifj -
of such 'road or canal, exceeding ,five miles i i. of.process in any civil .suit, on any three its :youth, the .*parent wil! feel that is they refused to recognize a right to) interfere In January ,make ample amends. ,Tbs

". .: ::1 from such original location, unless for good j| of the general partners) or any two of the man- no concern of his. If he be taked, he will with them in a harmless ceremonial.; They, stopping'point! on the river'St.; Johns is A

: cause, to be shown to and sanctioned or appro- .S iigiTsjif there are managers: *'lUlI_ be deemed ther fore, celebrated thfc burial in, a style never .latka ; it is claimed l for this place that. tM S
.I T 'ved by the circuit court of the county in which i\;' iIicierit, find have the same effect as though have the right property, and a corresponding ? mate is still better' than 'tho named, but

,, I such alteration is desired to be made, and awap '' served upon all the partners, and the partnership interest will be excited. known before. If is true they did it at want of suitable accommodations will pe,

4 or plat.of any such alteration, with a copv i i property of thcassociationaswell as the i The House bill, in bur view, is I best adapted their peril}, but they stood s shoulder! shoulder, invalids tarrying'long. About twenty p

.. .. S '. ., S of the order of approval l by the circuit court, I i!S; property of the general partners, ,| as a basis. Incorporate upon i ij,'tlio feature 1 iike brothers, determined, if there were a single only can bo comfortably, housed at the' .
S :;;,:' ,t shall be made and filed in the office of the shall! be liable to any execution issued upon any j Expulsion, to sustain him by leaving with boardipg house in the pla c. The. l List
S S S : T clerk of the circuit court of !the county wherein 'S judurin'iit' : which may be obtained in any civil i which we have suggested, and we have enough that I shall name onfthis( river IsLake3o .
t> such alteration is made.. S suit or proceedings thus in titul'cJ. in the same I j to begin upon. It is useless to att :mpt the dcfvelopement him. We had the honor to be selectedby the it* is about 200 miles ,south of St. Au .

S. : j'j'I S SEC. 5. After such route shall have been :S manner as though all the co-partners had been f of a complete systci'u in a day ; I class to deliver the poem on that occasion,and, and is eru long destined' to be the resort

: 'f surveyed and located and the platthruoftihtl ]j I served with process; and any suit, action or it is the work of time. What mos; wu wish to } with them, we were ready to meet the conse hundreds of our northern invalids. The* '
;. I i as aforesaid, if the contemplated route: of siica'4road I I proceeding, brolJ commenced or prosecuted quences. ,The spirited student, while he is is an enlargement of the St. .John's-river;
.5 J or canal thus\ surveycd,4iaLI;, nui'through I j I I by the said association, in their co-partnership I'*>ee is a proper attention to economy, without at its widest point is three to three and a ,

.a I 1': 6 the lands of.any person who IS unwilling to'I' name: *, stylo! or linn, shall be us valid and effcei overlooking the.most important I iht that com- ready to respect the law, docs? not forgot that miles over ; a more beautiful sheet of w; .
; v : ; the for such with whom i i i tn.-il all intents ,, he has rights which are not to be trifled with. '
#S grant same purpose to and purposes, as though all ] 'int ]*'n>oHs should be employee in order to not to_be found in our country:* The

;; ;' : j! .,. ;. 0 '. the said association; are unable to agree as to i i; the partners were named in suchs-uit, action or r give tone tl'( the ''intellectual and moral\ character -I. Not only did we know we were right, but the ion? that ,arc presented here cannot l3
S S : the price to be paid for such land. or fur the i I!I proceeding ; find thcdeuth of any partner or! aftari citizens at large sympathized with us, public draw the attention of some enterprising, '
: I J \ use thereof for such canal ,or road, or other lime addition of of those who are to come us ; not forgetting '
,. new partners during the pen or min, who will iind theirpecultJary int
': \ 1 then and in that that the services of those! who well opinion sustained gus!' and what is more, the
_1 : 'S improvement, case, a jury : dency of any civil suit, action or proceeding are promoted in'erecting<<: spacious i buildings .
: '' f may be summoned upon the application of \Jnr or against: such'partners; or association,shaUl fitted to enter upon this task canfiot be secured girls were on our side. Thus supported, as we will accommodate as many ''as the U..- r. .

S -:' I t sr ':'''''.;: j.'Uher party by'any circuit judge or judge ifS 'j',,i not abate such suit or proceeding, or without fair remuneration. In (i word, if we were,.the faculty very considerately'held; their' Hotel in Saratoga., Enterprise, a smaL1r 1,
I judge of probate, to assess tbe damages: of-the : some Iii any manner. .' han& 5- ment the,easterly side l
pa ofthe.lak'1
S : -: of the land and to determine what want good teachers-and, according to our. ,
: ,. owner snnij!j i SEC. 12. No tax shall: be i imposed on the,capita ,-. boar ling-hQusc' capable of occpmni
;; T' S hall be paid to him for damage, or Injury of such experience, any others are worst? than useless Perhaps we are saying that which as an editor -
: or association
: .. ; property any : but in aBout thirty persons, ,The ..pros nt I his J
.t'- ,
which. will., accrue to him fromthe\use'of his, S we should not but can't it _
} lieu thereof they shall pay a tax not exceed- -we must pay for them. say ; we help a very,obliging, gentlemanly rhan": ,a&I

: .14 land for such road or canal, thereupon the !I I lug three-tenth per cept to the State upon the On'the llth, the Assembly went into 'an i for we will never forget, as in melancholy all power to render visiters c,u -

I'., S said association or company and their agents !, gross i income or receipts of the road, canal, or election for United States Senator ,After five I r|'mood we gazed on the face of the dead, how able. It is :said that tbere is a newlti ,
and },
servants enter and take
may upon possession -i other internal improvements which *
of said land, not rods' in i j they may made land the kc- f we saw. forth first time, what all have heard progress erection that will, accoi 4
S exceeding,eight 1.i make or construct, and a proportionate tax to no choice! was about twenty, so that fifty to sixty person]!: '
I S width, or four rods each side of the said road' tile county or counties through which their tion was postponed to a' futur rlA>J. JI r. TJur- i of, but\ not inamly have seen-" a man sleepinglike be very. pleasantly provided forjn Enf":_ S

"I b,.. or canal, and may continue to hold'and use :!! road; or canal may pass, or in which the internal ritt received greater number of votes than.! 1, a book." A steamboat running in connection, wi._
.5. the same for the pllrpo.c of constructing and ;,
improvements be located
i -such county :Savannah boats, is seen once a week
other candidate but
maintaining such road or canal : Provided heir- : ony not
tax to bear the
proportion to the State with her prccjous of
rurr.that they shall in thy first place,-and be- :;, tax'that the county taxes do in other cases to A bill passed granting the right 1 iof pre elect.'I'I I We deeply r'gretIr.: Palfrey's motion of yes- new letters, and newspapers treasures The new ,
: fore such entry and taking possession, pay or tlu- Sate: tax. .And in order to faciliate the tion to settlers.on public lands., This .a terday to abolish slavery in the District Col traction for those who are-in feeble heah

S the tender to the owner.aforesaid, or to his agent collection of such tax it shall be the duty of deem important, as it puts the State lands Und umbia. It is a new torch of discord cast into the sulphur springs which -abound? 'inj
sum assessed by the"jury, and the taxed
: I .5 jcosts of the proceed: ings*to Certified. by the some one of the general partners or managersof er the same regulations. in this respect, as'the the midst of the people. We still more deeply neighborhood, and the uniform mildnessf :

:fl.1.; < judge : And provided furtfitr, that nothing in '! the such.cumpany'amount of to the make income an affidavit, stating other public lands. It will do muah:to render regret that 69 members should have been found climate and its general exemption: ; from
: gr9ss or receipts of of a
storms : there is need .
8 scarcely
S this section shall be construed to authorize the said them available and enhance in the House to favor'its introduction. .Why any
any : company or association from their to thj.-ir} value to and.the fe -
f delicate exercise
c I most take :;
,such to locate may
company the loute of their
Canal said road, canal other disturb the
I =, or road or Improvement, for thetar the State. SS happiness of-a great people by .open.air daily. To the pleasure-hunting
through garden, ornamental
S r. grounds, contiguous to"any any building-or over preceding ending the on the 1st of day"said.of atlida\'it-January next The House returned Senate bill I,entitled, an such ill-advised and intemperate movements '? sportsman wide field is here opened. -

-S. the ground occupied bv any building, so as to' affidavit having making been sworn to,shall be which delivered act to incorporate St. Johns Lodg No. 12, in It can come to no goodSJt'will excite the coun- is to bu found in abundance, and as for I
I V require SEC. 6.the removal_of"the same. 'I I to the tax collector of the county,in which the city of. St. Augustine, as pasfeed by tho try, -and destroy the harmony of the Confed- would gard for hardly hisveracitytahazard do for any one the who telling -
Any jury summoned '
as such road or canal may have its of- House without i If pushed to its ultimate '
principal amendment. eracy.
I shall consist of disinterested free-holders .1 consequences of the wonderful stories, current in the pI
resJdcnts lice: located
S S S S of thecounty i in which the land in que I'I on each, on yi'ar or before and i in th*case first of day of February Mr. Avery made a report on the subject of I it may shake the Union itself. What ben- A gentleman well known to the writer, 1
the refusal
L '__ S 'S tion' may be, and at least one weeks notice'j I Ior neglect to drlher such affidavit within the Schools and ,Colleges. As all similar papers Hit can it render, to compensate for these calamities. live; near the lake caught at one time, i

________ 7 fr shall be given hear'of the time and, 'pace of their I j.I time'prescribed! to the tax:, collector or -c lIec- connected 'with this matter are of I permanent: .-Wasfisih.'ton .Union, Dec. 14. space of 100 six: minutes thirtyfive' trout,Wing g.
r- S meeting to any uch matters.; which no- tors, the said shall be i# over pounds. _
: Company liable
L tlce shall be given, or .1lN.d: to ''be, gh'en.,b\ to pay importance, we will give it furthejr attention Besides the places named, there are, 4 f.a
I a penalty ot two hundred dollars, to be sued ..' aVc:: publish the bill the
the)udge who tony summon s1id jury.:\\Otl! tlie for and eol1 -ctcd the hereafter. [ last others irrmlddic'dnd southern Florida tht

!sm certificate of the judge !before whom the said t for the use and, benefit by of proper the State tax and collector the ,' It appears from a statement of the Comptroller Assembly authorize internal i improvements; resorted to ; but the want of first class 60ing

S __ ;;.,! rroct'ldingsma: )' be. had. of .the.. 'tint t the dam- : or'receipts: .' of said Companv; shall income bt-''(1 that the gross amount S of assessments for '!j.We mcnt.frusncareo.shall. probably. make:-it a subject of coni- going'wlto'o'houses must tl operate, under to.other prc\'c circumstancI manyTti -

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gt;: 5 ibetnrecently appointed SuperintendantV _
t,1a, : grtnte ,to asebio Mariir'Gomez ., t
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r end. td'tht tIi 'epens&it'r oil the. ul1818e hiamef tmeii L ** ** )
L pla es t ict'very' unilhn,. ju 'oflbethfrt1rM ( i cti6ir6f1the' cpf W cTafihe'Thkjd 'G neiW'Ai-( "E-L Grantr" .anH is"bgttadeda*"foliov'Ubeh'a .... f' in1Caimsin FloVida under and by virtua
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BegnLp Baracj4 nmn fig .
owfoocat ,tW commissionfs' Jd' andUefiysaia _
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43 chs. line south'boundrange.43
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W din ezip ,appis4ofJwu 'u d by ict; 'ajipfoved ''Jurnaix 6th148,*6beoupaarybetw&nhe .iy.oLt WA5 wo._ i tkelce S J9 C U8 J06 1,0 28U1June, 1848, hereby gives noticeto; 4
bayeb : States iifortasid,atxd tbit /' i #*.* ";;****tftfljt'! jk *. .. ?
.. .ehLS7.0 l\ ri .22 Pg7O hs2sTE ? &G&* i 'l&t..i\ !*Vr "iPrV h) : '
avannah .- ';' + 11 aw!joe mcauopca iuui>uun? c..! g.u .n" It thUle!; hencefortb .dfefoed/aniTtaltw:! by. all'tte, iiurtiand'peope : fcaqh'i
., ;l,.. ', WSavunuahind : ; 45 chs, 8 23* *4 rJi ******* wUB| Of *O and ? Florida Grants that the-respective.
hott ot 0pendihsea, steamers running weekly;" of thir State''a*the true'and I IHiyBoTOdary' chIS120 116,65 chs tory rycIainntf4he .. *>? _
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connect between "
Charleston line thf.fltAtek Floi1daaqdkbam :
line of.tenth') 6fIkownatup?9,Irange 42 44 9
tocxp the
eith < Vith the stamboats at (Savannah for- the$ I'' : !,ltO'*1t:'-The zomnncbt\ ei" the'Cbtwii's thence S2U E 4.Cb45t L ; o R 43 ihj, to tbe; rBvth ;, RALPH R. W. NORIUS, ALEXANDERS I

b en'cd -' SoHni! Rleri= so that in about five day frojrf \ah eRiv; i'b iir 1ne b n ij t MIll." line on east boiin" th n ,. _

>, 'New: York yoi may'rea h th .St. Johns; ; ""i i4nnnWeg4;; theVerdi4Ozaed thruhout 816 E 40 ch S *
| con '" } who have been appointed the
'-- : 1 Bylfrei: oii' | theses', and. 1ftf by.nouuda of earth chs S17E1S E35 18' Hr' ,py
.I ,4;'' 'thrown toe line: { distances t one' mile, "more '
Mto.u.,4ft <'jRV upoa' 35 chs8 14 4$ 1G6bi' ito
edpotft 4 ;Ariivalf T*? :TBS 1', lewVfrom'eacb'J&ih and commonly known the i
or R"Reid: P&latka. ,.. i 'iMntindt-Um*.*" nr Ie P-Uiotfa Id09f7 *"*nd b .'tbeee'iiim 6 E26.chJ't! j
ftt j i DrAmb1jJ.cbony1fle! .* : : .
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't'.fI'iJf'W.'S); \ ,'JameftovJUilv ''f. J hf Ghe 35baN4bs Treat ;{'-, .. a.
as re Ji'r' ift"t i ncM/no'iJF ceeditig9'i "'"'Y.
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., ,, jIf. Jft ToTOUciadLady, Sc Drcra 1ev -" CoBee'j Lute:" enter on their flu .
; -...UN. Sharpt,and servant.. 'do. ': teatimony'whereof.1 have hereto eet my hand 10 chs, N 21* V1OchsN757chs. N16V11chs'N18 a ?;..'-('-.' \\ _ _
W 25 chs, 'N 25.P W 80 chs, N 16} -
Im I H.-Howland, NewYork. : and caused the great'peal bf the State to be claim to of the t \ L
W4chsN11W12ch3418, 15chsN23 All those holding titles or who nave. a rightful any : .
,' W. Waldron, do, Done 'at'tn'e' in the of .... "
% 'ISFAL.affixed.! ] Capitol city
thartate a } 1
I W 15.50, N 51 E 11.60 cbs, N20 W 15:77: chs, 4 ,
AT MRS. REID'S. Tallahassee this 25th of October A. D., c p
v .day :
to the line on east boundary of(township 40,range 42 ; and .L.
of the lines .11'
Chacon knowledge
Mrs New York City, 1848. lands in who
tldgnitii W 26 OW question, or may any .
N 37
thence N 8J W 7 chs. N 11| i chs, f" ) .
Mr do.TfARRIEDIn. _
: Chacon W. D. :MOSELEY, Governor. t "5.V
Secure ,3 A .v... ,., ._..__._. <'____4__, .J'.C',_._ : 13 chs, N 22 W 22> chs, N 7i W 8 rhs, N 20 I ,. .. S I 1 1a- .. '.:...
ons j L. '&A n L& & "CCCC"Y UJ e.uuLr. W 72 'chs, to line of] south boundary township 39.1 corners of their respect claim jire respectfully desired to come .- \ g7'

Thetea this city on the 18th in!t..Ly NEW GOODS-REDUCED PRICES. range 42 ; thence Nj20i! = W 20 cjy, N 30 J W | [ i a -4if'lfl : -

perfe -Che Rev. Mr. Varela, Mr. HENRY R. TEASDALE. WE CALL the attention of the Trade Private 22.50.13,08.N eta.23J N,W 22 5 a chs W, N 25:56 33}chs W 4.5OchsN N 0 16' W 14J 5.46'( I IW forward. with all such title paperg +): [ 'iJenes'of locality as i it may be :>? I. min
Miss ESTENISLADA F. and others the i
to ? to
supplyof -
of Columbus Georgia : very
eta. N 39 W 18 chit N12} ? E G.36 chs, N 29 J.?
reof daughter of Peter Ben(l. Esq., of this city. promiscuous nrticlcs usually kept, now being W 13 chs N 80J 0V 16 chsi: N 37} W 9 chs, N their to produce. Tills is the more especially desirable, as -.1
thoonCr discharged Schooner Del Norte.They !:. .
per ;
the RllchsN35 W9 chs.N power { .
sIou In this city, Wednesday, die 20th inst.,by have been selected with great rare, and 50 E6chsN26i } : -
Lieut. WYLLY C. ADAMS: 31 i 6.W. 7 chsto !station A, placed stake markedG .,
Utev.{ Benj. Wright with the strictest which enables us to will ; .
public a& econemy. G, bearing tree, a mangrove N: 35 J E 80 links, ; promptness in; thIs particular, on the part of claimants, greatly c.
reduce the
eldest prices the times
E. CATHERINE daughterof agreeably to (
the artion U. S. A., to Miss thence S 66 3 W 236.36 chs N 220 W 415 cbs, N ,. .. .

but Charles Loring, Esq.,.of this Jllac I: th.We attention refer to of our the several Trade advertisements and oilier and solicit 66 E 290.10 eta, to the place of beginning"containing facilitate the operations of the surveyors i in the execution of their work, !. .i-
,our co1 Theodore Clapp M. and such narks will -
On the'4tli mst., by the Rev. i Oct. 2G, 1848. B:: E. CARR. 12,180-acres, having as : ;
acing theustino S G. uAVIS. ODE' of the proprietors of the N. O. : appear by reference to a plat and survey.thereof made ,,
iL of Oliver aud Alary Houston Deputy to the \ to bl'ing'the in question to. .
to CHARLOTTE, only daughter persons having demands: against; the estate! by Georg Surveyor pursuant an and the better enable Goverinnejit surveys ,
ALL from the Surveyor General of and .
ordcr Florida in ,
public. BroDlOn,of Hanford. Conn. ; J "
JOSEPH :MAS, .lateof St. Johns deceased '
At Baton Rouge, on the 5th inst., Col. 'V. W. S. county conf-nnity. with a decree of the Supreme:Court of the 'I. ... : '
are required to them within the time .
BLISS! to Miss ELIZABETH, daughter of Major prescribed by law or they present will be barred. And nil : United States rendered at the January term of J834 a speedy and satisfactory tcruiin ti $II.; \ :. / ; ...,.

eiter. 4 General Zachery Tuylur, Presidcul elect of the United persons indebted to said estate are requested to make I.-supposed to belono In part to Dionisia Stgufr wife I I / .r '.'

States. immediate of Bernardo Segui or William* H. Simmons"in panto The districts, assigned the sarveyorsfor| the present, will be as follows: t.. !

|ten by our .., _. ----- 1 payment.MICHAEL USINA, Michael Lazarus, and in pan to Chapman'lievy. !I I ( : ,
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[jlly u Country inaku B. E; CARR, Charlotte Street, in receiving a August,2, 1848.Sheriff and ti-ofRcio Administrator I Arnountdu, for Taxetfor Tar JOT 1848 1847," 869$52 50 12 Commencing asa centrifpolllt ,, at F iciAata! on. the St. Johns, and extend- ,.,..tJ..J' -, '. '

ioconyejiturcd ,rhoiee lot of Groceries.: ProvisionsShelf and Fnnry Add cost, S I I:1. .. > A

rilldcr I i foods;,-Crockery:&*. selected for the holidays.: : Theyare J FOR SALE. I 'Ab -19,600 acres of land situated on the i :I ing the surveys north and south on boti_|\ sides of the riv r\.as the claims r-; -/ -4

drnoaey discharged. Fruits and other articles A AST-mO SUGAR-HILL; banks of.the.River St. Sebastfan,which River empties I ( .
now ;
cii- 1ineb Rollers with a set of Boilers. ,with a into the Indian River, in the said county of St. Lucie. {
bubitfGeason are in prime order. At retail. attached oil in good order needing but trifling copperstill Raid part of a tract of 20,000 acres. granted ]may be designated. Mr- BURR will !survey:4he grants i in ,that portion of ,f

the Dec. 201848, repair.: It is offered for sale cheap and on the most by the Spanish Government to Geore Fleming and is'' *'" > "

lIisotiltyofc -- .. .. : reasonable! term. bounded as'follows:'Commencing' at a Cabbage ,the immediately west f.tlie St. Johns,. from Picolata to ,}}> j
) -- -- country lying >, 1
l Persons desiring to purchase'would do well to examine Palm, south of the mouth-of the St. Sebastian River '" ;!
SHIP 7iEWS. this belorittoing farther. and running thence_south 45 degrees west 417 chains, '| [ w'r

[r Apply at this office. "r to a pine; thence: north 45 degrees west 480 chains, to .the mouth, and no'rth to the north lirie of. the. State Mr..d'. NORRIS, in the 'ccf ..

narthi. AER1VED. October 28, 184g. a stake; thence north 45 degrees east 517 chains to n .i", 4 :;\ : t

iniddi :. '18- .Sch. Ang1r. Ewer, New York. 12 days. cabbage palm on the west bank of 'Indian River, i he eat ani of he. St. Johns and 1'/: :
!bin( of$ B.. E. C.ARR. I beii 'ng-being all of tbe? said grant, (ecepting .tt.... %. (!.. .1 ,. } J .. '

bn -- ------- --- March 14th 1?.48. ,. I the rom 500 acres now owned,by Me\ \,rs! Beard and extending i. dn :s aitram >J} Lvveei ,.tJ1e1'rie ', .iJd': :, ;P9th# '. : .1

: MOUTHS AFTER DATE I will 'Fo-. ,which..'said >500..seresare''sihuited at.. the*, :.; \ j'-.., (. 1.
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j ltpp7! ,the Coortdt ; WTIL m 1 JIIO'iri3 Ic -1J-.S id1.Riye'r.. ISeUetis. !' .;' t"; n1'tn I.' jt 1r.):. fii.r.' '.f;;;I'1..,.../ t"{; ,qt '..-m ;{ :i.!.I 10..- ; : 'r.i..: i :t"i., \ .

(* : .. -J i ? otterut 1ny .1 '" OX LiKC XOkROB, noamk.j OJoUHI, .
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JQhL, : jh*" SARAH-PECK. ::8 up for the accommodation of those who may! i jfcuv bribe**jlw HBT*Hn."" 1U!Charles r"w" 8ea'fo D6wning/or f i*"*;g.t v vlLuv to the! fcM'-i Life i.;?t?t.-.i sideiof tHe St. JohnsOiitihofP1co1"; .. 1* '' ; T ;; and Mr.'ItADOLPL1' '.. ,:' )li t'I'. ;.; I'!')'" l

J.yisit, our Lake for the"winter season. The '* ** '
3* -
:t t. Augustine, 22.1 Dec. 1848. house is scarcely"one mile from the Enterprise House.It ranceapd Trust Cpmpany. f a cast bank : ( '
Amo nt dut Taxttfor 1847 $104 37$ trict commencing at Picolata, on thf of the St. Johns and: .. 5 .
has of the in its J
'ya: ,VANTED.-Of springs same quality vicinity-a .* raxe.for,1848. 8125 45 I '
j- miruAfcitaAm '''
ycd widow-of >f Y onn. post office at hand, and is at the first landing of the Add 4 I I '
Alexander lJ
.HARRIET YOUNG, : toRts, $ \ ...
gsy + 'If Uie will write to J1l'r fit; er, Cnrolihe Ellis, 214\Vest steamer: upon the Lake. Unless:the taxes thereon and the costs are paid before I running south from Picolata. i' .. ; \ : -i.

igers. '. JlTlh strwt. New York, ..11e-'will.hear of something 1 1b I Tbe"pruprietor pledges himself that: no effort shall the day of sale j \4

com niuch to her ndnnge. Or any information )lie. spared on his part that will.conduce to the comfort .- *. C. I. BRAYTON information'in J the of \' .
-tery that all Possession ,
power <
will behnnLfUIy of those who may favor him with their patronage j It is requested : r
(vent ;re!wctlng her or her child Christenia Young Tax 'Atfttsor and! Tax.Coll(ctorfor.St.Lucie Co.ft. ,
,1& :* received by her sister.. 6 VIRGIL R. DUPONT. Lucie Comity, 23dINov,, 1848. I -

br New,York,.Nov. 27. 181.8. Orange County,Florida, October 20&, J848. ._ the,claimants: be directly! coinmunic' teti\ to the respective surveyorstlie r'iii. '1: .
The .. TIIOH0\'S: I .
ndthiy.n .. O" Jacksonville News is reqneted to insert ? { 1 '
mat s.sD this nbtice twice and forward bill to the subscriber, at Tar' & bottnd.t 1
Enterprise. Compound Syr'"p'Or better to enable them to define and es ablish the true location and ., '. '

and Cranberries Potatoes '.'.... J.L Wood .IVaphtha.. j :, _
ouUtylj Apples. ,, ma m m ** \

ilM BUCKWHEAT, I 4 W act Congress, entitled "An act Another voluntary testimony toils value froma aries.of the said grants. \\ :
t'ranUiapspbere : 'Jfl malting appropriations'" for 'the service distinguished Phvs ian. Read the following'I t, <
STEW ART'S SYRUPS, CONFECTIONARY, of the Post Office Department for the year endingthe from DR. YOUNGr, the'emineiit oculist. IP BRYAN: .
.IO-IIX A. ,
nic t Prune, ** 30ih June 1849" authorizes the transportation! of Plu&Jelphia: Jan. 18, 1847. -. J .0ff'rilltrlullmt ..:;..;,j,.

hupext, ; iDKIED FRUITS, CHOICE PROVISIONS; :, the mail by the Charleston, Key West and Havana line, MESSRS. ANGNEY AND DICKSOX,-Gentlemen-Having I.. .'\;/] ,. t of Pri 'att Land Claim* in Florida. 't.,1f.
HAMS, FISH. BEEF. PORK, or by other steamers to such other places oa the coast recommended in my practice,and used in my own ',f' i :: .
atZ$ ot Florida as the Postmaster General may deem prac.ahleandexpedieut'and family TnOM ON'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF j' 1\ #

tbcCfl b Butter.... ., -._ ... ,_.'L L .. 'appropriates L _.. therefor, the "sum ,TAR,AND. WOOD. .NAPTHA. :;I have" '. 'no _hesitation. I,I I I'ST. AUGUSTIXE, 23d Abrmkr, 1848. I ; ,
te J,, Lara., ot <$:! .>,uuu. 10 t'namc fRlQ law to De pUt Into operanon in saymsr that itoneot the best preparations ot the kitia :: -t----- ---- ---- ---- -. '
>rcvenlliersoos ''CHEESE, ENGLISH PINE APPLE, SAPSAGO Proposals for carrying: the mails of the United States in use, and persons suffering from Coughs!, Cold, Af- | i STATE OF FLORIDA. /'/ "'
from the 1st of February Ib49' to the,30th June 1851 .fectionsof the Throat Breast, etc., so prevalent at this F.LLIG T \ J .
lo only, RICE, FLOUR, MEAL, RYE }
place! on\Cctionu-y\ : 9ss'd' PrescrvcE, Post Office Department the city of Washington, until -I allay a Cough or prevent Consumption sooner than : RHEUMATIC LINIMENT t; IT KNOWN to all the people of this 'itatt'f. "X .

tonroeJl! Dried 9,a. m,of the 25th day of December 1848 (to be Thomson'sCompound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha.j .I) ?that in'pursuance, "of the Acts of the General '.1:

ustinC Fruits.B.. decided: the next day,) on the routes and in the manner W*. Yocso, M. D., 152 gp'race street.. Oil .:\.. I1Ih1y. npprovecj 6th January, 1S47, and 4th,D.sw I -
sort4 E. and time herein specified viz: The above Medicine is prepared only at the N. E. r mh .184ft,Chapters 71 and 166 an election wilt ,:J .
| A No. 3539. From St. .Augustine, by Smyrna Indian corner Fifth and Spruce streets, Philadelphia. IT1lIN JKIIJLJLJElli 14 helL!in the several precincts within the, on Tues- .
|ieUk nd|{ I aJJ iirmt) r irfE River, San Lucie, Jupiter ,Miami Key Largo Indian & d by P. C. ZYLSTRA St. Augunine. dythe 7th .day of November next to choose three if -

$ "\Warehouse\ Key, K'- West, Charlotte Harbour, tiarasota, Tampa, -- Haringforu '1 urizbernf years past mculKOiul sold my-i ;rridrs;: of 1'resident and Vice President of the Uni11 ; -
-ot&ate: .-. Wholesale ( .;, Cedar" Ky...., St.- !Marks, Apulachicola, St. Joseph's, CITY COUNCIL ROOM, i Liniment, mid used the same an .mf uien llt- Slblt'!!. :,

and tit. Andrew's, to Pensacola, twice. a month and St. Aucustine, Dec. 27th. 1847-J S .con. 11.-ri perfectly secure in" "erillg it I" I Given under my hand and the great seal of the Suite il ..

jattrsptoil" 4 ,,Evis ;k IIA.FRD. back,in steamboats. L Whercnsithas) been represented to the City.Couiu-il 1 the'-iullic, as a safe and certain: rnn- ;'. at the (;abitol, in Tallahassee this 17th day.. : ."j.
[ Separate proposals for sections of the above routers. that the Glanders and other contasious! diseases prevailto rely for Rheumatism, Pains in l t.u.. ] of August, 184?. ". I "J .5
th.No!;I. 252-:- A.:: 250>> Pearl( Street, ; follows will considered, vizi I a considerable extent among Horses within the ( 0 the l.iinbs' Joints and i : 'Vi\J. D. MOSELF.Y. .. ", t

(Between Fulton-st. Ullel Burling Slip). From St. Augustine! to Key West.FronrPensacola porate limits of this: eity. 'or-I Sirrlling of or Enlargement I t Governor of Florida. q \' ..;

tS yEir YORK, to Apalachicola.' ., Be it therefureReolved That owners of horses :
HAVE ON HAND, THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT 'Of From Ap'll 'chu.lla to Tampa. i diseased t\hall1'l'move them from the limits of the city Bones. 1:\,. f p. I AX wET.r.. '.'IJ, ,
"; From West within five day*after,the publication of this R 80lulion.Be I I ''iSrcetary Stub'!. .< t
,,:.... raIN the i intermediate Tampa to Key 'supplying. .. in each case it further resolved! That i it shall be the duty of the In all the above named' complaints' this Liniment,if... -l-- 1 ; : .P
ibffli .
used in accordance with the directions on each phial INV ALUBLG" .
Marshal after the of the time .
City xpiration specified
I?; THE Proposals for weekly service, on tbe above routes or I will be found an invaluable Antidote for !Mercury, being I AII11,1ureson: iO."PA.rtIOlY.'i t; :1
in the foregoing Resolution to cause horses, : .
sections of will also be'considered. ,
routes -- .rI .
ir :;. _. .. : UNITED SPATES, 't. : 1 N eYrE. which may be no diseased to be :killed and buried and intended solely.for the above named d's. Inconsequence Causes. Prevention and Cure of ; '-..... .
:A4apted to the! Southern and Southwestern Markets all expenses accruing in carrying the same into execution of the increasing demand the proprietor I I Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the Heart and :'. .

io ... : .Eachproposal should be accompanied by a guarantee \shall paid by the.o9t"nt'rof such horse hr horses. has entered largely into the manufactory of'the foo'1lTle. i all r* )ale Diseases. 234 pages, 28 engravings. Paper t' i

1\\ > ..". In the article of t signed' by one,o'r ulqre iespon. lc pcrsonsin the follow- 1 PEDRO BENET. and the" expenses incident upon the getting it up ad 150 ct$. ; bound 75 eta. Mail to any part-postage o
ing'manner.'viz':' i Mayor Pro Tem. well as a desire to render benefit to the. many! :; 9 J-S2 (18. J. .

.' -' SHIRTS AND DRAWERSVe ",The undersigned gutvmty that Attast! P. C. ZYISTRA C, C. ers of so distressing a disease,has caused him to uffi'r-I:i Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2 Mail t\ ./

: ". ; \ keep an endfrss variety. if his bid for carrying the mail from /to be public the sale (If it. to arty! part 50 cts postage.:' Inhaling Tube*.:Silver$3 4 ".' i
accepted" by the.Po';tiimstcr General, shalfemer .: Butter Iard.- ST. ArGcsrrxE. E. F.. May 2.W.: 1847... I '
I : ALSO tHE MOST EXTEXSIVE MANCFACTfRERS$ OF an Choice and I by ujail.letter: pultg'b:: uu nal Supporter, pet*' f )
gliats. '\ I OIL CLOTHING{ obligation prior to the/ */ day ef February nrxtyt'n\i\ sch. Del None in packages suitable! for Mr. W. G..FALL1GAT-Sir: This i is to ('erlifythat I! fcct/$3 to $10,'for all Ruptures .Fall ng of the Bow- { .
.p good and sufficient sureties. to perform the service proposed. PER families. At retail. I I was subject to the Rheumatism three years, for i els'aJld Womband Week Bock and Chest: ; sent by :-t

i AND ." Oct. i4, 1848. B. E. CARR.A which I tried all medical aid, but found no effect, unI I Expp-ss: everywhere. For Braces or Supporter, or :s ;

... I @IIaD llJlli This should be accompanied by the certificate of :a I till was recommended to'try your Rheumatic: Liniment I! Rupture Supporters give height from head to foot and t .' _

lth ;; :i In the, World.Plaln I ; poet master, or other equivalent testimony, that the FINE lot of Burter, Lard, Cheese,' assorted! or Pain Kill. r. Having used but two phial!?,'I j i Cireu.lIf, rn nee of person next the surface just above the ,....
this anj Fashionable \ guarantors of property, and able to make good Crackers Hams Bacon, Fish, Smoked Beef I am perfectly cured. I give this certificate for the benefit ],:hp; .; If Rupture mantion which aide. Agentawant- ,
fth I \ *' Clothing, of\ all kinds. their guaram... Fish, Fulton Market Beef now opening per schooner I\ of all who are troubled vith this painful disease.DOMINGO II,'fd fot the sale of the above goods. Address Dr. 8. S'. I r.

10 r i LEWIS &. HANFORD *- "!The proposal 1 should be, sent to the department, sealed Col.! Simons. At retail. B. F. CARR.I I CERCOPLY.- (;.FITCH,707 Broadway New York,pOtt.! paid. / .

tilhl 17 ; .1Vtus.5': K 2.6 T4arl Street. endorsed' Proposa! *for route No. 3,539, in Florida August 71848. I None are'genuine unless' bearing the signature of the I,L. Feb..!., ., 18-18. .t. I
--- : ," and addressed to the First Assistant Postmaster; proprietor in bis own hand witing on the label. t /
: ; Choice tirorcries. I] General. Patatoes! Ouions, Apples. Cabbage Savannah, September Itt |l84et.W. I \ \TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. ,. / ',

QCU. Angler, 10 days from'New York, is dischar-- For" die prohibition of bids resulting from combination .PER ech Del None-in fine ord r. Now re- G< FALLIGANT. l JILLbe sokion the let. dayof January 1849 ,. 5 /{/ 4V t.

; gingchoice; articles suitnble, !' for the'holidays, ,and the terms and conditions on which? die con B. E. CARR. For by B. E. CARR. \ V 300 acres a pan (undivided)ot' -11: .fi

aH : 5 COKSISTINO 9F. i tract, is to be made see the last annual advertisement.C. Oct. 8, 1848. tie C j ,{ true of'1500 acres of land,situated on the east side ." <'.. .i

Fulton &1 Hams, No. I :Mackarel.bls.I JOHNSON, Postmaster General. af the St. Johns River, called Roll's Town, belonging < ,: 1

I ,.- do do t Beef, No. 1 lo 4 bis. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Washington, t'p.16. 1848. CODFISH, MACKEREL' &r.-F" '. . NEW' GOODS] to thl!. Estate of Job Wiggins dec'd,which said tract of. ".
) do \Tpngue?,, No..1 Kits &' | his Sept 20-law 12w one. B. E. CARR. Wholesale add Retail.IN t inyc:' : caballeriasortwelve; hundred acres was suVvtye'd ,;%- :"', .9 i a
Oct. 24. 1848. Fpy Pc.'dro1nrro: on the 10th Nov. 1791. :'::': : f
do Herring, :
Salmon, \ "
ausages. quantities and pa kigest'uitah! e for the feal'On.
. .do Dried Beef Codfish Sardins, Thorburn's Fresh Gnrde-;; Seed." NgJOTICE is herebygiven! that I have filed in I Private families and the trade can be !supplied in 20 0, acres situated at Cabbage Hammock on the .- .

t.i .' do Soused feet Anchovies, 19 Aflf assortment, just received 'from this ,celebrated i/1 the office of the JidgeVrf Pobates of St. Johns original packages at a trifling advance on the usualterms. Ekst Mtdf til. lohnV River South..of the, Branch .' .
.. "pjkcled- Herring. B. ,E. CARR. / n. among which are county my accounts and vouchers. as Executrix of the 1 1 solicit a call to the l ktr;.": ana exU-n-ive. stock C ned lAihn's creek, which runs into: Dunn's Lake, ; 1I
H December 20th 1848. Early York and Drumhead"Ml'bage( estate of JoaN DRYSDAUS.df'('.,and that in two months ,of new and choice 'l : r rb 'ng''part i of a survey"of 4000) acres<, belonging to
: : Ruta Baga and Flat Dutch 1, rnll: from this date, I will applfor'their( settlement and allowance PROVISIONS; AJ J) GOOD John Bio\vard.| '
I 1TEIBUCKWHL'AT.-In nall packages Asparagus (;,.I..ry. of'hic'h.. all concerned will please to take ? :MATHEW: SOL\NA, : ;:.'z4 :
: several of
generally advritifements
as our ;
1' expressly; for private families at retail. Na/fowfat Peas.: &c. For sale dy no ce. LOIS II. DRY.-2: DALE/Executrix. per Co new : Tax QllUc'or! for St.: Johns County.Octobier I
.. Col. Simons. .
OCt.; 23, 1848.; B.'E.CARR. Sept8,1818.. -. ,. coeds 1st 1843. -. .
E..CARR. St. Augustine, Aug. 26, 148. Aoguet: s, 15-JS. B. E. CARR. /

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'",,- .:., :. l St. JohBB County Tax Collector atId:' 1... l e 'ball owIL a remUtiaToth majtlng'appropriations fortbeierr. : \TDFit' From'the law* new in force- in dS( .fjziinZ

S 1 f : :: virtue of the Sale.power vested in me,by lawJ" .'Gera. .. .. j t ewIrvic. ;. ".Mb 't om'oo, ,.oniheoftnY .t1OUUI' !- vice the SSth'tfme of'the: Post,-1S49 Office,- kuthprizesthe Department for tranthejnail the. ', u atibttvaNaciofCoi ending !.. VIRTin eecree' fthe Circuit Court for .Ro4p'pRJ1p.Es.; 4NRt &\ d _
BY \l u. ". e 118 l".1' lan d i, { Tanahne' '. : the PR.Johns; made'o'n the 21st day --< CAD OYXS3X2B& \ & _
lle for pale before the. and cptmty
- t 'V.? :, Cqurt-House theaft ..t." .tli d by the Charleston,Key/flTest.! It shall be the:duty of the Road'Coiievnio
'. door in the city of Su Augustine, oa'iloriaay the23d '. < to such otherplces r* ihpt'' ofJone A.D., 1t31in a certain cause in which San --
; other
'; c ; dentI ; f" r axed) *, or by steamers, lay oft the roads in theifrespective d&t
I. day of April l next, between the bourn of 12, and 2of dpenes'' : ., cd'.:"Florida i J ahtinaster. : General,maJ\ l44 ifil d1aeiD1ck, were complainants,and divisions of convenient- ; _
t ill length
; ;.r.: :", that day, the following described properyaeeee& .P tj -,.. 'oMr tt Tbk d"JICI ; able and exdieni,* a rJppropriatn jh% jKCbiion .1-H: //defendant.. :I shall sell at public sale ,hands liable to work the and.
.. "' dlr"tbd day of October next between the on sane>, adaak
i. L the property of Peter ken Smith a,nonreidentform .1 .tha '.TdtDabI ai6yawtobepntuPropo ,
I ol $5,000.
- I :: .< (., ::2 V ... BO much thereof as will'pay'.the; tS&Ate..and Codnty that -; I'nl1m' r y' ohestate',. -t' oful.'J.I n. ..f" for .-iri.The.iuais! of'th( States houjs.flf JO and'2 of that day. All-the.right,title and proper road divisions person and Overseer,t3W, &OU ? MW -
': 1848towttJ: 'a s what: ay, .been. :I. ': 851.thcjuai1 interest of the' said defendants in and to the following fursisaid.oj.
r : : I Taxesdue, thereon for the year I "JI 'wr. fronithe Isi February, 1849, to.the.3tJio ,1 all '
; ', ..: {: One thousaud. acres of .La d/more :''" n4.Jo *tJ.'t. lt auu.Wl1e.i .' will be.received. at. the Contrac. ofthgton < deKriejed.'premises; vizi' .All that Tract or parcel 'of All the Road hands liable to work on bis i IiIC1 _
toeither .tor ij Commissioners snd Or,
-zft I 'L : -' oT lesb-situated on Diego Plains, in the.comuy at. 1HJ. : lo ,Whom'wprjpposed' to L14. :Post Office Deparfinent;'In the cityr.tl1e"25th'd 61.' on* land containing; six hundred and forty acres situate, shall for two and _
I. the State of and bound on" the VU VUt. | .. ; to U 1 lying and having .near Picolata in the of serve years, nntill iu i spbitd,
I I k j'; I Johns ,ia. Florida .' ( :between 'ihe, .xecotflr(r,p. Mitchel.eWua I.- ,, ,,-. m., ? ofIecem 1,1848 ( pr county and they shall be froa _
be exempt -ayjtb
lands of Lazaro soath ontroT. 7 : tit.: Johns aforesaid; which was acquired 'by Joseph
1 ;1 : north by Ortega ; on $ by ndM B.} Levy decided the next day,) on- the.routes anctnthe manner : militia the time
", : :: t : I !lands of Nicholas Sanchez; on the eifel by.the Sea-. < W| T conlmis- .
y. : Beach, and on'tha west by ihe Old ,)lung's ',fllllieJ a final:sword and deciskmthcifthceti4; ; Indian Donation act of the Congress'of the United States,and compensation their services; and ersemeer _ _
t :1 i r mODtht\ enc1of whom ch in .No.-353 Frorn St: Augustin by iyrna/ appointed, who shall refuse!
:, j.o or negled! d
4 Road. I. 1 Miami F- pLkrgo, Indian which, was conveyed by the said, Joseph Papy and
I River-SanlLtwie ,
J 1 tfcu& addidonalfor Jupiter- directed in this shall forfeit _
msyeUmadto.irc1Me act for ye4Ptch
mfi>' L :! .1.. 4 A loots seven," "fourteen" tixteen," award '(fcrmt u'thatalready assigned to''them'byth' Key, Key ,We'st, Charlotte Harboursaota.TamP Rafaela his wife'to' the said John J. HeJrick, by indenture not leas than _
.: 1" ,! ftt-tM'e.f* twenty-four. .tlDtnt-Jive' and quantity o4 ie,.*me .SI. date the 'Eleventh day of December twentyfivedollars, to -
K., ', ); : r Cedar:Key I, St.::Marks,, Apaladi,. .;. Joseph's, bearing before
warrant of .
f'jpartition. the
> ( a justice PeaoU
:4. : i. 'lDel'.ty-z." situated in the Jfojth 'Guy Plat St. r V riofe a month.and one thousand eight hundred and twenty,eight, aau \ .
: \ inhSf" adjpdfl ,'aBJ -'And, itjthatinease ordered, duty the Oversee* the, several
i "
the *
Augustine, on the old Nodajponcetrion. Also, which said tract of parcel of land is described in *n4by' _
: r 1 1 "'Whitehurtt Lot"BO called, and" Crosby North Lot," l.ipp'te.amorau oftfte jeiLall' the Ae .back*in steamboats.' section$$of the above rout. s. the said Indenture,as having been'granted,to the roads,to return a list on oath of all J/e/ defaulters, *& _

I I'( i' each being fifty by one hundred and fifty feet in size.1 !lands being;.told).is potB, fficienhly'great r' so that all hare, follows Separate Jvill propoeals be considered|pj ,'viz(Gr$ said Joseph Papy on'the 27th day,of December, 1825, the Overseerbe list returned deemed aforesaid, shallla he ftkence of tlw _

:1. :: ; .. \.1' S and bounded. weSt by.Onefda and fli'st by Ceekitreei.. ; v*'IaaTrest laadijr'indbeyrin rhay get n"an' proportionate tij ehximants' shall kej'West.Yrona by the Board of Land ColIllD ra"of the Eastern Overseer hear sufficient evidetPnvi4ei,4 _
if. ; -7. in the St. Also six Iota on Peu'a *%her of Frop' tAupstIie> may excuse* ve days _
I city of| Augustine. 'fifi -!- thatrw ) District of Florida in, virtue of the Donation Act of _
n IS.o1oT the
r -t > .
i \ .: 1 tStnfch jowried on-eauJ-Plantatioh oW the 23d'day 'of all .irvthabm-a earMiwf.b; -,. -ccorJit ..Fromj { the said Board of Land Commissioners,as by reference defaulter,with the'said list, shall be given to owof
i&icreiuVn the landJ 1 t : T each case the Road Commissioners of '
."' t Mach 1841, and Situated on .the wet tide.of-ftUria.Sanchez .F .tt.1r r. i.sUpplYlngJn to the'said ,Indenture last above mentioned_ :wilfully their respective districts'
: ." 1 .' .Creek ( 20*, .J"l" : ,4: ; " I : ; at
Couri. and .
;, : do large appear. >" '
s Trf! the'above routci
rYi road
r..iumaa,1 it saJdCircmt iforweekfyions'of e on working: and five
1 MiSiramp. Proposal days befbre.the sitting of,tfcscommissioners'
: Al8Q-7;, O cre$3trate1ind1niw : And also all that certain other Tractor panfelof >
I'- Johns .b 9i to be a correct transcript. -Sc aWill; be"considered... .. k V ,shall either himself,oc by some '
._ _
t ", n 6t. county/bejng; : the four.ih pair made and t.i I "b '" I. l land containing six,hujidred and forty:acres, iiua; per.a'-J_ _
f. Jbrt ,
tv tht: o d p/ a decree .'ft' 1. ";, duly authorised byhim, >: *--
'ra II'f J1ioo"jfOTE j
tt9r lani7granted'fto.G #JfF.-Clarke L1iIi C4ekneeth _
J 4J ) '
at St.Johps
.t lying and paying .
'f'j. i this date 6fore aid. s .Z ) > be defaulteri
r % .t; and whose
4 .' __: tt -" m al oiereu |ii I t.' iento .. FwitneM wU ket hand'and afSitlitf -. pro osal acoprnpanied byp guaranteeied crrt W ( i. lo; : _
) 2"k. e n'9 my si by'ojne or more responsible persons,in the follow. was acquired by Michael Papy of theWioTCounty n-
"f seal of Court this 16th day of November ,"ind show causes uoderoatSjif anyt&e
saidACircuit _
.itlt to Remi.Bru t'ancf.noW belonging. to Robert ,uy. ing mannei viz: der and injirtue of the Donation Act of Congress, or '
tr. A. D/I848. \ why they sbosld lAst be fined; and the persoilip
: ".kJB ((Double tax: DUMAS 4' The ur dersigned guaranty that I one of them,. and which, was conveyed by ths said
B. be
P ed such notice shall
< give 'exempt da .
001 : .. ; Unless( the. %( thereon and the costs are paid 'before 'Clerk C. C. of St. Johns County if his bid ft r carrying the mail from f to be Michael ,Papy and Mary his wife to the said John J. as many days'as he may actually be employed roaa in w'; ; _-':'-
: 1 the day of sale. the PoMinaster General, shall date the 23d
,1 I accepted by by bearing day of ing hands and giving notice to.defaulters. .
: i : :r. j J.u f.' .. MATHEW. SOLANA; EALIJGANTS! I 1 obligation i nor to ihe frat 'dog of February next with April one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine The Road CommissioDers ehal be bible to tl4 -
.: : b Tax Assessor nndc.llrC'tor good and sufficient sureties, to perform the service pro- and which said last mentioned tract of land isdescri-
I : I, ... : County Commissioners for the keeping ia good ,order! S. '
\1 i ; .J' -' .. St. John Cuanty. TI'LINIMENT I posed." bed in and by the said Indenture as having been granted the several roads in tneir district and shall *j
public W !
: .
', .l.t. This phttild accompanied by. the cettificate of a the said Michael on'the 16th
: 1 "' to Papy day of August
t I fined for -.
1:1-: .t. this non-attendance Io
by act prescribed tha
: ., ., :. k: : ,' l' post niaste "r I',i..r equivalent tet'tiruuty, that the Iti2j, by the Board of Land Commissioners for _
of Roads shall
1\ '' '.!, ,. ;t-, Monday. j tILe 13//t/ day tf .\'Jtmbit,' D.. J848. J OR I' guarantors i ire M> n ti property and able to make good the Eastern District Florida, in virtue of the Donation the duty like, antI default Overseers in their duties* and may responsible be fot41.' :. -

t ;'I : l- \:, p" IN CHANCJUKV.Partition.; \IlN? lKll1LlLJEllio their guarni tv-. ,Act of Congress as will fully appear on Record at Justice of the Peace at the instance of the Road Cummissioner4. -
I f' : I i The propel .1.lIhIJ| be sent to the department wal the ffice of said Board of Land Commisioners as by .

:">"'q .j r. ; 'r t nUL ET AL. : Ilarinfffuranurnbervf! { years past mrulcaiui soul,nj, ed, endorse 1 l\.'\\f>sajs for route No. 3,539 in Florida the said Indenture last above mentioned will more fully Itsballbethed4ty-oeachanzlevery.Overseerofthe .:..
1\i\ \: r! 'adt, } .. Liniment and used-,lnesann>. nn my own person ," and at dreifei-d to the First Assistant Postmaster appear reference being thereto had. Tog ther with r
1 : roads aforesaid, to road signs dirtctiona ,
__1 I ; irUliET; AL. I II public as put up or -
> cure in ojfering It to General. all and singular the right, members,henditnnlen and
t feel perfectly f boards,and safely secured
painted on on )
I \ :' : )' f_' Tlii .. and certain" I For the p ohihiii n of bids resulting from tombina- appurtenances to the said premises belonging in
It.It."t t Ca lite having been broughl n to'bl'I heard the public, as a safe remedy or or treed,at every confpicious fork of such public road
t: I r! *->. ttpnu the J:-!jhft of UtoKtiE W.AT ,I\-'Jr A.- \l. KAXJo.f for, 1'ainp in tun! and th ternit anti conditions uu which the con any wise incident or appertaining. within his road diviioo,and said Ovefcm' shall!.,,.
I' \.. I tract it- to bPosTOrnci made, pee the last annual advertisement.C. MICHAEL USINA
-t' i r" S t H aud Thutnas IX ELLIS CoiumihSiunerd appuim- the 1.i.mbf.'allCl cause to be erected mile posts of durable material a* -

I ;: f ,;. : I ,'d therein under and by virtue ut u Cttiamt.-v'ioii iut Stcelllng.of'or! Knlargeinenl JOHNSON Postmaster th'lerl ; Sheriff St. Johns County.. long said roads,and such overseer shall rrceivV fos each

'I. 1 i't ", to cd .out of, and under the seal.of thi: Ctiuri aud uU reading of the.. : DEPARTMENT Washington, Sep.. 188. St. AuSiwtine; 'August 23d, 1848.. sign"so put up, and for the mile post which ke: ray
I 1 v-. and tiling said .March 1. Sept 20law law AvikA* M .bAflhns.nv.. Yttd.. jAW *%A u tVAtt* *** k 2..A._ tvM -
'P' .,.! : Report, which bean dale uones.I .' 1 "1",0. IWUIAUU1 1ULh.iy.iJrULP-'Ii Ill -
I ?: ( .. .,4'. /'J848; by which it nptarstliut' the t>aid COIll.lhi-siollt'rs '--r CITY COUNCIL ROOM the Road Commissioners ; and the OveiWtra are -
: In all the; above named complnhits this LiqSment.ifu
.I 't" 1 certily and report, that they fiud th- t4JIJ land toO j jtituated I ed in accordance with the directions on fflfh phial j PURIFY. THE BLOOD.. Augustine, 17th August, 848. a : authorised to commute personal labor'fn wagons OJll : ,. ,' .

: r '. t i. .. that a partition! .therl'uf.cltnnut I" ..uiulI,' withut will be found nn invaluable antidote t Mercury' btI I M O F FAT'S !; Resolved By the.Mayor and Aldermen of the Cityof teams, or other necewary implements for the repair : '

:1' J .: ', 1 t. (> prejudice to twine of the owners and a heavy expense intended solely t for the above named .'dist-osfs. IneoII.4equtIc I, St. Augustine in Council assembled that from and rood and bridge,or for money at.the rate of one dotj I j 'j

I. : to nil." |i 1. injf of tV increasing demand the proprietor VEGETABLE LIFE. PILLS after this date it shall be the duty of the City Marshal lar per Jjy.for rev ry.Jny"slaborwLiclu-haU beupt'uded \ .

i .': .d And ilie, ubjt'tt onl to'said repIrt.bting withdrawn ;ie has entered( largely into the manufactoryof the same, ANDPHCENIX to stop all negroes he may find i in the streets of the by the said Overseer on the rc'ads and bridges, by 1

'1' : 4o. .1 i 1:. 't It.was oil jnotion of counsel, 1I > city, or elsewhere within the city limits, ont and away hiring other laborers. ,

,:,. J I t ;, ," OrGend, : ftdjudg.-d and decieed, and thw Court l hf and well the expenses dWire incident render benefit upon the to the getting it up sufferers as BITTE-RS from their usual place of abode and lodging after the C? PERSONS LIABLE TO ROAD DUTY,HOW WASHED. 1 f

.:4 :! j If' virtue of the authority therein vested doth order, ad- as u to has caused many him make The high aDd entice! celebrity which these pre-eminent hours designated in existing city ordinances as prohibitory All able bodied free white males,between theageof.eighteen ;

: ';; )to ; :: judgej; and decree that the said report and all things public of m the distressing pale of it.Sr. a. disease, to the Medicine fllleaM hare)!| vhieh acquired they profeti for their to iarariabte core, has efficacy miJered in the all in reference to negroes being in the ttreets at and fo y. veyears, residents of any county L. iiI'

". I.t' ;! 1 T : therein contained, btund lalitied and continued. ATOCSTIXK. E. F., May 23d 1847. wail practice of Buffing uot only nnoeeessarjr, but auwor night-for the purpose o'f ascertaining whether they of this State-for twenty: days,and all able bodied,mile. ,
I i AnJ t appearing (o the natiofaclion ot this. Court, that thy ot then They are known by their fruits; their good have passes authorizing them so to be out ; and shouldhe slaves, free negroes, and free mulattoes between the ,
Mr. (;. T- ir This is certify
_ W. FALLIU ( : to works tettuy (or, them, and they tnrire not bJ.tJfaitb ot
I. ; j that llie said THOMAS C. ELLis, one of suat'ymmiseioners ,1 was subject to the KheumatUm for'Ihrl.'t' years, for lie credulous. find any negroes in tbe streets or elsewhere within I age of icxteen nnd fifty year?, res dent8. as aforesaid" \ ? %

: Ll. i ,. ; ,1 Besides beyond the jurUdiction tliii'ljourt, which I tried all medical aid, but found! no effect, until =rar I AlL.x..1IIII .cc.- the city limits away from their said places of abode shall bv.- liable and l bubjtut to worke on the prblic roads ;;, -

t. .. I : r :' 41' And,.that: said. OEOIWE WATSON, Jr. and bkid A. &1. ,I was recommended to try !your Kheumalic Liniment Of ASTHMA. ACUTE and,CUROMG RHEUMATISM and lodging, contrary to the city ordinances; hc.shall and highways in such .counties.;"FfnididJuiiceter,. :

: 'I !. : t ELSDLN the jollier of said 'Coiuiiiissioner3J '
; '. the employment of th Govarninent, and tneir engage- am'perfectly' cured. I Jive this certificate fur /lit- benefit 1 BILIOUS FEVERS' & LIVER COMPLAINTS.Ia .- whom he shall make regular written reports of gospel,tenehen of semina ries of Jt'amingpotitmU\eno

: 4 I '. 'flient'osach a nature' a, to preclude tile idea'bt vheir off;all who troubled with this painful tils-ease. r the soutl i and weat. wbeJe then dueasei prevail,liter will such JeHnq-.enU. uuder this" resolution as he may detect. millers,ferrymen, light-house keeper, pilots .ad. their. : y

,. : ii-: 1 I ,4 \ ..ability further "to perforuj the duties of Coiuinifeione/a! are DOMINGO CERCOPLY. be theM Invaluable.Kji&daet.will Plaoten never afterward(armvn, *and Le wubout uihcrs, wlw Un-m.uocaM By the City Council, crews, shall be exempt from working. public ''road*, -

r" f"4 t.." r .' .J!| ;stc9nteinpl; ;edin; t e. act'of .LegitUiiure'm relatlpn F. -None are genuine unless bearing the'signature of the BILIOUS\ CHOLIC. and SEROUS Lootcnu. BILKS G. HUMPHREYS Mayor.P. ni this diate. < :

t. i II j .' > ':. to partition:o/,real and,personal this"; :5 proprieloi" in hfe,jrnjlujndj.w'riting on the label. .' COSTIVENEss, COLDS COUGHS, Cfl'CONSUfltrnOIf. 1.Ic.. C ZVLSTRA, Clerk. The mode of warning or summoning hands to do. _

.. \\,1#,.j I' ji :. 1.'' ,: i: ..' 'tate..." "" .'t'&jf .I i.aia-thaIs"Seplernbet I.t,1848. Used with,-I IUCCIIla.- I. road duty,shall be by giving jit J least three days previous .i
'1'.' \ S. '"at> '. 8'( "d\'dO' d ge cf; and' declree"dth t tho*. J ., :1.V. .G- FALLIGANT.p. C"lJI'l'r* UJIQJJJJ DROPSIES.flZA I 11' R'otice. notice (either by the Overseer hnSC1iIOUW. Z. _
I' 't. ,... .d l b'-.rh' 'C'1 Uii''tfJU jlM i; \ f. : Jfopenaa with tU.i ij&oald di. 6- HEARBY he who be
that whom bj serving.
Months after ,
o .. .I ; ; : 1' J'J JY.t .EARIt.; .; War atiaf thee nedKdwaen IS given, two date I person may appoint may,

: '. ; .t iiI1i l b it'. Q'Q ,.\ .. ... 'zzUP2rOxa4; :_B&1'BIJ'JPNOT .. 2w. will present my accounts and vouchers as administrator exempt frern working fi c the time in persoiwri- _
'I I -r t .". .1I..hIu..a.1lf'.f..." tJM.Cfd; ? .1}Pfh.t P..l, :: '.' '.I : .B..S' t'AL'E." : ,i4 i rt'I.j.t t.if.i"VE ',- of the estate of Mary Ji. Ugarte, dece'aaedhe. tmg, left'at tJ per'syoppee.frnidcic: .".. '
'. .. ;.'
\ t t t. 'M. u7J. F..ia-. t1fl llh u.Ko1U"IIl'} ': .JLLIdn'tht".IJ.'day of January, 1849, ';. axdkSa Ji fore the Hon..Judge x>f Probates of-Ot. Johns County all frcseer malft'pf rs tiji'as vt

.I t.; I. ;AI. Forward'of"fit.Augustine,in;the i n i ,t' :JjJOO- acres of land,beingu part (undivided) ofa .crtaki cMntiy'tiieN reroeti f." Otter nediciae*tejboad tears the III tos seE for settlement and allowance;and six Months from dateI of slaves liable,"t6vmeet' at'soch e u4pls

'. t' cf Qi. ,.Floridai'iAree buitable and competent! : 4raek'ot1.O9aeres; of land, situated on the east side ntora of the os aa -*- *re b,theM ,mcdieniM.n shall apply for I letters of dismission as Administrator. he may'appoint and with suci ioois as he may dlre.r- -

: .-1\. t .. G .. 1 persons, be, ndthcy :are hereby tilpolu1t-.d Coimnu- of the, :t. Johns River called Roll's Town, belongingto TRY TtfEJl.. BB SATISFIED. AND BE CURE. of. said estate. !. If any free person'lumm Ded as hetetoforepresenbid _
I "oers' for;: the purpose of'carryuig oat the decree of the Estate of Job Wiggins dec'd, which said tract of FOULNESS tj COMPLEXION *U :1j 1 R. D. FONTANE.-AJmr.. shall fail to attend; or send a substitute, with.,\.
I '
'.;.1 .. 4. this court in said cause, in place of itis aid former II I thirty six caballeriaa or twelve hundred acres watt sur- 1 GOUT. GIDDINESS.* GRAVEL. lih.ADACHZSSfeserIMd ,; June 13th, 18. V. propper tools, or fail faithfully to perform his dalY,6r -

I 1 ; I r. commissioners! hereby removed as *above .1. veye'd by p'droarrot on the 10th Nov. ITyi.!' !I INWARD FEVER INFLAMMATORY RHEUMAT.SV. any owner or overseer of any slave, shall fail to teDt"II. "

I f j 1., : And the court being satisfied that tlu' snid report ofraid I 20OD, acres situated nt Cabt t' Hammock on the IMPURE T BLOOD. JAUNDICE.. LOSStf'APPl-. F An Ordinance for the the same to work,in pursuance of the summons, !; 4 ,

.. 'J)' "' A. M. Randolph, Thomas J C, l.llu and said .I East: aide of :t. luhn'swRiver, >ouih of the L'raneh, :"I TITE.x.zvzm I OOHIPLAINTB I! preventing person, overseer,or owner,shall for each day's defaulter ; /
:- : George Watwm, Jun., cominUiouerd aioieKiid is 0 of horse dollars nor less than one dollar,' .
{ \ as i Called Dunn's ctcek, which runs 'into Dunn's Lake, LEPROSY. LOOSENESS. ., ,1} running any or horses pay not exceeding two
'j (I' just and correct, MERCURIAL DISEASE. at the discretion of the Road Commssiones, to be recoil .Y
being part of a of 4UOO acres, belonging to the of the
: r. t j : Duth' hereby order, adjudge and ,decree the said 1 John Urovuird. survey Never ails to eradicate entirely all the effects of Mercury infiBitetr through streets City 'of red by warrant, before a Justice of the Peacerail' ;'

[ ; l landj to be sold at public auction, by and under thedirection MATHEW POLXKA, sooner than the mot powerfUl preparation of Sanapnrilla. St. Augustine.Be defaulter paying all costs ; and all and any part'uf his 1- _

.: of thesnid M. Payne, Jrum-f Child, I NIGHT SWEATS NERVOUS DEBILITY. NERVOUS of kind whatsoever, is hereby made abe '
George ,
s. Tax Collector for.ot.: Johns C 1nty.1'I..h. COMPLAINTS of oil Undt, URGAMC AFFECTIONS it Ordained-By the authority of the Mayor and property any ;
1 1. -: -and William A. Forward. Cominisbiuuns hereby ai.- .. 1..', 1.J4W fJLPITATIO\_ Hit .UPA--...r. a ahoy a.".J 'gzi PJJ'JS, vi.,. A?./.._..__. nf 1.. ./*;4l *.f V,. A. .A J:_A 'I"1._. f....A I, for the same. ,,. :
"I Ihl&fl a .zo. Lund. 'Of 4LbiI I4CIL IIL" LIf J& ", 11411 ILVLUand
t. ;' ; pointed n< nforee-aid, at the Town of Mu'anopy me .-. P Z Zi B 8. The Ofifinal proprletor'of: these medicillfl after the ITJ passage of ITJ thLj act.ausuou,no shall canter, The road dutyy which,he'reafter may be required c(1'|' ,
raid of -- I was cured of Pike of 85 itandjic by the ase of these LitoMediciDei four
f. t- County Alachua on the 'fwt.Dt ;hrsl day ut! KOTICI alone. yean gallop or run,or cause to go faster than a flow trot any the citizens of Jus St suattnatexceed working 'I
t 1', f :> }Febiuary the year of'our Lord one lUouxul ei rlit of the United States'DIM "f horse ..t.days at one' time oreight das in thtyear: Provided,,
extra or special term PAINS in the bead,tide back,limbs,jots and orsW ,.mare, gelding, or mule, through the streets of 'r''
'1 }hundred and forty iaiiie1 and to continue iromd-iy' to AN RilE MAT 18 M. however that if at time there be trees fir otherjobstructioud -
i ; rut Court fur; the Northern District of Florida Tl afflicted w lib thia this City. Any person violating this act, shrill upon any
l }; '. day until! the same i is completed ; And that taiJ : 1llt will INInIll, t for t the: hearing nnd deciding of Chancery 1 terrible dineaje. will be sure of relief by the Life Medietnea. conviction thereof before the Mayororother Justice of blown across any public road in this State,.1 .

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t .; "ii') ,': .4 publi-hed until the day of said sale, m the t'oloug ne-s, al the Couti-Hous- the rity of Augustine, BALTRUEVM SCROFULA, SWELLINGS, OB KZNOS' ,EVIL f ; in its Ten dollars for thi-. second offence, one half of which washed'awaythe Overseer of said road,be authorized,*,

4 : ) new-papers, to wit: on the, ....C'IIIII11'lIllny! in No\ember next. woNt fof: nit. ULCERS, of every description. shall go to the info TP rr and one half to the City. and he is hereby required as Boon as may be expedient

t t ::" Uuiou & Intelligencer Washington, D. e.'i By order of hw Honor 1. H. BRo sos, Judge. II W 0 H Jtt B i of all kinds, are eflectuolly erpeDed by Sec"2. ,And be it-further Ordained, That after the to call out a sufficient nummer of the road hands most
I '.. CharUklon (Charleston C. these Medicines. --Parents will Ai .,1110 administer them when- and proceed to remove or the. nid
i, i. Courier a .< R. MYERS, Marshal.. ., passage of this act no Canaan, Drayman.or Wagoner, convenient repare I
Commercial Orleans ever their eiiateoee. M iiwpeeted. Relief will be certain. and lie shall at the next general roaA.
'j Bulletin New By his Deputy, I shall be allowed to go at a faste rate than the comtnoa obstructions ; I

: ." 4. I Georgian, & Republican, avllnnah, Ga. _, G. IJUMPHRKY.S.St ; THE LIFE I PILLS AND PIHENIX BITTERS walk of a horse under a penalty* of five dollars (if n working, exempt the said hands as many days'** they '
t. Joumal, Montgomery Alabama. Fla. Oct. 19 Id48. welt actually engaged in making said repair or removing -
I : Angu.-tine :, PURIFY THE BLOOIT, white man) .an J if a free coloured person Mulatto or .
: .. ;, f .I3l'ntinl'l, &! Floridian, Florida. } slave he shall receive stripes and stand said obstruction -
And thus all disease from the twenty committed -
: \ .t H" Aud Uui Notice also, be given by Hand Bills. Syrup, 3Iola es, Sncar.CJTUAR'PS emove system.A until the costs of suit be paid, it may howeverbe All free negroes in lhn'State, work ca.
: :-.'. Tea single tnt will place the LIFE PILLS and of the roads of this State who shall neglect or refuse
.: And that the said Commissioners. hall in the bale uf fyrup Imperial ,. : optional with'the free negro, mulatto or master of any
tins ct K3 Molasses, Old Hy Tea. PHENIX I I BIT I T E R S bejond the reach "f competition to perform their road duty shall,in addition to the-
; 'f. I raid land be guided by map aid gran made !on in the estimation of patient. '. any slave convicted of this offence to pay the fine of j
;, .L ... Ly Messrs Burr., Washington and Merry', laic Com 'Sngars. Young Hyson 1'e"I1.Nl'wOrlt'lIni'l The of thete medicines every in white five dollars and costs in lieu of corporeal punishment.Sec. penalties now in force, in respect to the default in roaiJ
are now
o k 1ni1ouersandshalLllthefIaIionaIMctiotinquanity : Sugars, Choice: Black Tens-- I wrappers ceoaine and labels together with a pamphlet pat op called 3. tie it further Ord i71I'd. Tbat no other vehicle dut*. bt imprisoned for a period double the",
:. -' ';.. i. and form as laid down on said map '; aud the t8IlJ Soda Crocker.Butter Crackers sugar Cra 'ker .'ftloffat's Good Samaritan" containing the directions,fee, whatever,shall be driven within the limits f said quirvdjof then for road duty;upon the return offucai ,

4. '''i 'o.iimiaMoners: : ia have di-creuon to M-ll in fractionsquarter Rice, Tapioca ?>airo, Bnrley, Flax-'jeed, Mac-, Nut- on which is a'drawing of Broadway from Wall street to oar City at a faster rate than the common slowtrotof a defiftilfina'de to any Justice of the Peace"; the.expense 1
: i;: and eoclion- in : ,, at'fli:1. Clovi-s fcc.' Office by which strangers hi ting the city can very ell 11 of.meir detention to be paid by the county,- the defaulters <
i t Beeiiont*, or quanluio a> 1Ilf'1 i iSp'ces find us. The| wrappers and Samaritan are copyrighted horse under the like penalty, and if the person. or per I'
; I'I }}.1 'lacy may deem proper and best'calculated ,fur Ilic iu- :: Confectionary Fruits, Almond-, Cordial, i( therefore those who procure them,ith white *-rap pen can sons driving said horse horses or vehicle contrary to is unable to pay the 8nJ11e.c Q '
..1 tercel ot the p rtit'liI, leaving out the private and ad- WnwI', &c., atretail. B. L. CARR. 1 le assured thit they are e.uIae. He careful and do not the Ordinance shall be minors,the parents or guardians It shall be the duty of all Overseers oi roads i in this .
laid down said August 7, 1648.liroom. buy those with yellow wrappers; but It you do, be satisfied State, to require of each individual, at the time be notifies ,
: '" >era e grants a.-i on rnz'p. I that they comb direct from w, or dont touch them. shall be held liable for the payment of such penalty as *,
V .j And it is further ordered, adjudged aid; decreed, -- --.- I O" Prepared and sold by may be imposed for a violation thereof. said individual, to work on the road ia their res-

'. I that for the purpose .of permitting! the clnim.inta io *, Pail Rope act. wiZiXsZAxa B. mOPl'AT.- E. B. GOULDMayor. pective districts, or whoever does notify them jo make' ,

-1 .:. ( purchase to the extent of their intenst in said lands, 1IL\JnU:03' Brooiiif, .-c.rubbinl'Bru>hes. Whitewash 134 2roadw4y, comer of Anthony street, New York. Attest, B. SEGUI, Clerk out a written list of all the hands under his or her con '

the nominal value of wiicl lauds is l fixed nt one dollar Brushes', Shoe Bru-hes, Faint Bru ht's. Tor Sato bj' trol, both of bond and free,who are subject to work re- |
'. .'r -,- ...._ .ver' 'acre; and }that each and every claimant said Painted Fails Cedar Pails, Cedar Tuba, Nests of 1 1'1'A I B. E. CARR.lllJCIt An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance turned, which Hat shall be sworn to if deemed neceast-,
\ I' iJi.'f' _; f.mVyif( hbeort1i'y, .think proper, bid at this Tubs, Heelers and Piggins, \S'ah Bowl ry, anti subteribed before the Overseer or person summonin { m

1 _, laatibit. to the amount of. the:Taluc of the number ofcre"dccreed Tarrdd Hope, Hemp. Hope, Bd Cods Twine, to prevent the running and g, or some ustioe of the Peace. "- .

J:' ".. : ..' ';' '' to them in this partition, wljhout paying Tacks &.c. .' ltEv IV HE AT.-In Mnall pack- of Incas .any person or. tIOnnhan refuse to mark ,

.., r r- t "J money" as is provided in cases of other purchaser*, but Cotton Twine.' Net TwinesFish Lines Hooks I ages, expressly for private families at retail. galloping horses. the streets out and hand over to the Overseer,or person senTia.

::": -Ji : '. should claimants purchase,over and above the amount Call ,Pow dt'J..1r.'B. E. CARlt. Oct. 23, 1t42. B. E. :CARR.J of 1 the City of St. Augustine.passed'.by warn in hands, a list oj his or her hands. as provides '

....... '/ I of their interest tinder said valuation then for any' August, 1848. 'I form the for'goln shall'be the :duly of%t&f j '

: \\ 'q. '. ( fuch excess, they t-hall comply' with conditions herein .- J I NEW GOODS ;. the City Council the year Ovt.lrsepmnllo out as c rredt a list of the" Ma r*
.. '." : ,:'"- imposed) upon.oilier p rchuet'I'8. j TOWNSEND'S Wholesale!! and 'Retail. 1837. beltfagmg tojsnch delinquent or delinquents, a* tie nai'turt -
9 'f quantities and packages suitable for the season. of ihe will admit which Ustshall deroM-'
g -:" : l And itis further ordered adjudged! and titrreed- Coiiipoiiud Extract of IN Private amilics and the trade can be supplied in Ell ii Ordained by the Mayor and Ajdermen of the case of ...
unless the *
I t; '1Ir.ii S;. ,. that said sale, excepting the intere j3 of claimants, SARSAPARILLA.1OR original pack igea at a trifling advance on the uMial City ofSt.\ Augutine."hat the Ordinance of which ,sha to he correct, delinquent that:party the or list party mide '
4L_ hall be made by said 'cotmnisioncra upon the follow, terms. 1 call this is an amendment: be hereby altered by inserting prove by competent witnesses
and .
solirit a to I large extensive stock
,' : ing terms, to wit: On? third of the purchase money in the removal and permanent cure of all of new and choice and incorporating with the first section thereof the following out f iy the 'Oversea is incorrect. .', .
the remainder in three instalment .1? discuses arising-from an impure state if the 4 II f' -
,. cash down, I of one, j PROVISIONS / JD GOODS words: And if the offender a free negro / -

two, and three years, \\iih interest at 6 per cent, and Hood, or,habit of the system, viz : | generally, as per our jovial advertisements of t mulatto lave,he shall be subject t1ike fine of five ..-T r tct.n .-

,. that said commissioners shall sign, seal and execute Scrofula, or King's Eril.Rhellmalrrn, obstinate goods per sch<>ouer Col Simons. .new dollars or punched not exceeding thirty nine stripes on : ENT LO\V-to a good tenant. The, hoo*

t I : t: with the purchaser written or printed contracts fo'r (:utl111COllS Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the August 8,1348. B. E. CARR. the bare, back at the discretion of the Mayor. & occupied by the subscriber on the bay-in comfplete ::.

"t 4 titles to the respective purchasers, conditioned for the Face, Blotclies, BiTes, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring I Proposed in .Council, May 13, 1848. order. Apply to B. S. CARL

: executing of a perfecl tide when the purchase money \Vitnn, or Teller Scald head, Enlargement and IXVALJJBLRFAIIII.Y GAD HUMPHREYS Mayor. '* Sept. 28, 1848.1JOTICE .

; shall be paid ; and further conditioned that if any in- Pain of the Bones and Joints Stubborn ulcers, Syphilitic 'I Attest, P.'C.. ZVLSTRA, Clerk of Council.

I' p stalment isflot, paid at the, Unit it becomes due:, all Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, .(;COUPAX10N.IXL I .?, V & hereby 'given, that a meetin ofju '
,1 money previously paid shill be forfeited ; and that the ; on Ciuses, Prevention and Cure of b 't the Board of County 'Cpnunfcsioners of SainlJohns '
and all diseases injudicious Cheese. Crackers
arising from 11/
\ I'' said commissioners shall have a right to rr-ehter use Consumption, Asfctna, Diseases of the Heart and Flonr. this the 20th t ';
upon : County will be held i in city ori
., mercury.For all Female Di 234 : small kegs, boxes, 4 barrels, &c.-selected for
easc 28
: the lands sold, and take possession of the wah- : pages engraving Paper IX bosintis. '
7 same inst., for the transaction of county
-. : let hindrance incuuibrance sale by B. E. CARR.. 50 cts. bound ;5 cis. Mail J 1 to retailing.; Just landing from ach. Del N lte.
I ", out or through or from the ; any part-postage Oct. 2-1 1848. J J. P. 'DELESP E, Clerk B. C. C.
4' :.: *aid! purchaser. ? 91.cta. I. I St. Nov.
t 9,1848.
.. Augustine, ,
l", And it is further ordered, adjudged and decreed, iSacoii Hh iii. &:',Shoulders.fl Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders $2. Mailto B ICON TONGUES. -. I

that the Mid commissioners do depo-it the 'moneys 4 b tfKLBBS Bacon 4. Caces Chees any part 50 :ts postage. Inhaling Tubes Silver,$3.I t. lot of very 1
\. Provisions landed from otieel
just sch. :
JLl W PIPSOO letter X
- arising from the sale of said lands K fast as the same Shoulders by mail po-tage Abdominal Supporters per- Del Norte '
at retail. JateIwill
M are piid into their hand, in the Baok of Charleston 5 Chests Tea 100'' Dried beef feet $3 to $JO, for all Raptures-Falling of the Bow- B. E.CARR. HEREBY given, .that-jwa'months after .1..:
I p '!- '. ''in the State of South Carolina aJlJ that said moneys 40 Bags Shot 1000" Hams tis and Worn?,aria Week Back and Chest ; sent by Oct.261848. IS present my accountsand vouchers as administrator -

_I io ehall not be drawn-from ,eaid Bank excepting ppon I 15 Box. C. Cider 5 hlfbb4a.! 31 Beef Express every where, For Braces or Supporters, or I CHOICE' GROCERIES. I I of the estate of Clorinda L. Moreno deceased! .t-

-- the juint draft of said coiuraivionen and after au I 14 doz Brooms 40 bbls fork Rupture Supporters, give height from head to foot, and beiumopcned, just received via Charleston before the"Hon. Judge of Probates for St.Johns COUllt

h V order of this court xhall have born paxsed, orderln. 20 box. Herring 5 Hhds Sugar circumference of person next the surface,just above the NOW NeW York Fulton :M.: Beef do. Hams ty, for settlement and allowance ; and six Months from f t.1

' tb-giving and executing Laid drn I. 50 bbls Flour 40( bag Cofice; .i hip*. If Rupt mantion which aide. Agntswaiii- Dri .il Beef, do. Tongu May Butter Leaf Lard date I shall apply for letters of dismission ss Aaamn- I

_: And it U further i ordned, that the Mid 40 kegs Nalis 50 this aborted$ Crackers: rd for the sale of the above good Address Dr. S. S Mess Pork No. 1Iac"kard!I.Bacon., Beans, all in fine trator of said estate. .

make full ami. ample report to ihjs> tour,, after 50) bale ,hAY." 100 l'Oif Soap }FITCH 707 roadway New York poet paid.F.b.2i,1 I order at retail B, E, 'CAKR, I I R. D. FONTANE.Adjsr.June :

L Mid sale, of their pioc c Ung* in tb brhslf B. K.CARR 8. May. 12th 1348. 13th, 1843.5>" b .

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