The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00024

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4 .04"r.: .,." of the. power'r eeerved'! by them, and to exer- I ,say the; non-feewenoaCcQneetio cifcand'extenMPf)Asia. We want torero. :'J'he: Savannah News' 'nOtiCeS tho rbceipt in '
J". 1',"',P"f.E :1"lcr j jV..E cise tlierh elves functions foreign and,doi i, cutkhoOld\ o freemen6r; thai .they 'shall not'' ly them 'not only Jtnowledjte,,!, instruciioo'acd that city, from Indian River, by 'the'steamer. J I"
1..1h dA .UrA>. lit Jtjfw j jr Ocstid.- Uddepilhti owes to KEGCLATZ, : cowVEh'cE ; emigrate into.any.other\ Statej i Flo ilian. useful arts, but some of.them eyen require food Monmouth, of number of pine applo plants !
'rtL'VE8'J R' 1\fA.NU .1 ; they,assume indefinitelythat u.v : from the.harvests of;our fruitfUl field,. We growing in boxes an'd some of them bearing I
''t"o tW' ''Ett trtrv'jt 'tN'ictus '; I Agriculture 'and.>HASufAcmEs; and cab it RAILWAY TO THE R&P1FIC. P want. Yd relieve the owpressed, wretched and. good sized fruit. The pine apple' plant was .
.rat Drth r.;o u" yt.i@ tsct td..i AR ,1't : nguliUcm tod to' lakte the famines :of on.o rl IN speaking afew.days ago on;tb<>subject,of' and faminestricken' minions Europe,t>y inviting in the course'of extensive cultivation in South i
'U1Jt l them bray of industry tina t aft too, .the. A Railwayu; the Pacific, acrc&igwiCootinen'and their labor and giving them coraforta Florida- when the Indian= Outbreak utred'I I
t s4 aocoiLtiaets or rtbo, :r'tno t tlepretsed id put them into Ihe..kits on th .Uhite. ,. { I urattiP' .uftbu ptitet,the. l1lti i r ,db. UhsSf : .W-ft.Stu8i.6 ap plan'iJf I .tlt n .wi1) tiri,;.b'M', > t prsookytheir.JfoMr. on ,tooUnloftJtho .
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rbnuons ol Itwdswf degTfag.att ?'6qdaiJ National Hgfewny; .e3ri cted'B. ; } { \ & ; .P 'rid 8tone, p'rftsent armident i of this"countyv

b0"e ,t1 byrx'.tlttleetrphistr)'bn'the'svprdgraeral.wltart there .arelmifny; n|_tern ??.,'.,$'f" ':with 'his :* 'Several setiJ&i e"aN..ret reed, :
% ," a rijbt to do, not only bo'act* Vast, enterprise\ *,.h require nerious consider* THE, SENTINEL AND CONVENTIONS. and we are happy, to jplwirom the above ar ti
rt (to ffett.that) which are specially numefa. ntion and earnest. '.ditcussiont Fiwl among Thd Sttitfnrf, with characteristic modesty, 1 rival, that they h a vtf.,renewed tfceJr effort to \
ant ted|>r permitted ; but uhatevcr they .hollMinir these; is.the.question, cab we not connect the I finds fault with the SuWannee Col1vc' nh' produce the tropica i |' fi its with, promise of l
orffctend will be for the general wulfafe. commerce of
Jtepcrkihodl, iy An|what it our resource Jbr.the' teservaJoa. Oceans,of the East and bf the West, by a nearer generally' been done' by similar bodies from a
'.BiosRiaiEa ririDJj. .- : w of ifi todtitution ? Reason and argument I equally near route, ae"d>one requiring less the same party. Now, without stopping OXTGIX GAS T CTIE sox CHOLERA.-Dr. :
aeeno"sal ererjr iuo ;,:?: t You'might M well reason and a.rgue with theinnfrble expense'and promising equal advantage, than give the reasons why that Convention not Macrae,in the hospital al Howrah.1 has' ,according :
soiertaff-ricieti 'J h' n, columns encircling them. The ,a pDt by that,proposed by Mr. Whitney! The connecting see proper to gratify our neighbor in this respect to the Indian news, discovered a new/and i
nt I lkdn, for tbee 6' e 1I & tJ"CI cluMen by ounelnv 1 They ire, o,ft be two great Oceojos by a Canal ,.we will remark, that objections from tusha most successful mode treating cholera pa i

joined l id the_combinatkyi, _tome from, incor--. Panama.,Nicaragua, or Tehuontepec haji beep source come with an exceedingly bad grace, tients. He causes them to inhale a :certain .
I to I r ;views of Oovero nent. come fl'omeorrupt, ea aeltated'. prt ject'for nearly the post 'two. When it is remembered what an outcry that' quantity cf oxygen jros, which contributes a f
ayr. e 1t cnojt\ifflcient, voting together* toflutnumbcr centurieijth present and at the present timerooyenTshts. paper has always made at such proceedings byDemocratic strong itimueatiag effect t. and, finally tb wl. t.
The sound parts;aid with majorittalof, oalrd. .are being'made.to carry qut the' Conventions State or National. the patient into.refreshing sleep. On awakening I
2 or J, bold enough to go forwc and n .dett1 dea.thtt, has so long been:discussed.by Commercial The chief reason the Sentinel, .and through i it ho finds hihself restored to health, with
Uwo Jl<*lU>U# arse." Nations' Tq}tiO'who give the Idea the Whigs of Florida, (bhtnit suited their con the exception bf a 'general weakness, which

i '''sEven the famous doctrine of 'nullificatioa, .,eal&r Consideration, lit would appear' that vtn'tenced have ever given'against Conventions, always succeeds any physical .prostration.Dr.
11.Er't x about the correctness of which jroi4 .tutprtis everything t commerce could desire,.would* huh been this: "that the policy of the country Macrae had treated this mode of practice
fp, x d t >bpini6n,)'was not a discovery PC If r/Cal* be accomplished,by opening,a communication upon'all subjects must be controlled, not by upon 16 Eucppenn seamen, who have been I
t1 toun/ Zealously ai ho sustained/and chtrfch* .bet a Atlantic ,lLn" .1'acU1c."acr. the I the enlightened and independent judgment of carried to the Howrah Hospital in the last '
street y 8o I c rag to Lbe&ri'a i 1t"edlc1 }ut faim its paternity It lathe; ,Isthtn f Panama.'Ana her legislators, but by the arbitrary decrees stage of the disease, and the patient wILt 'is I,

4 offs ring' of Mr. Jefferson tromi! wboofcMr, d" yecgraphlcal, knowledge of the of partisan leaders-usually given forth at cvf ry instance recovered. t I
1' berktta'a Calhoun received'jt.i W.quote'..Ihe'&sntucky 'matter,willxlmvince. every mind'that the trade some irresponsible covention or cau u.tt And %pVWBmSM BMMWiwSMM* "' HIMSMtt f* 1
Resolutions of'08 '*99-written by Ur.Jfjfcrtonlimtelf .' of Europe with/'CbIQII, and all the neighboring hence, when, in 1846 the Convention met at Mr. Jenkins, will it suit you to settle that '. '
aatdeci ;. : ,T p.lU.oI.A.IA--with.Aust, aud all this,Pacific Suwanhee And nominated Mr. Kain for Con old account yourst*
e '. I* Hetalted That the several States com* i and South.Sea'hlarids, would not :be: expedited -- 'gress, and'sent forth along with his name an 'No,sir you are mistaken in the man-; I ;"
bosing the.United States of America, are notj or bench'tied by a canal across the lathmug. addreu' nd resolutions, the &1jl *tl oftbe 45th am not one of the old settlers! !: ," t J
The eartb ii in the form of a globe and that' held'the following! ,
; of
unhid o the principles bf unlimited submission of August year ) -t
ltl (CIAO
native of 'Emerland Isle day
the was one
la it wa bear in to the .resolutions ,
tp their General Government; but th'af measuring distances OIl must language in reference adopted i
asked how he could tell that a man wadrunk.
IOCN Ier 1 by cowpact under the style and title of a mind that at the.equator,or mlddla part of tho by that Convention: ;
J i Constitution fur I the United States,and.of amendmcnts earth. between the .roles, degrees !longitude ,wThus the Convention, which nominated Mr.Kuln .. .-'Faith,1! answered Pat sure'when "hf :1 j .]
lighting bb pipe at a to be
genial dew, f 1 thereto, they constituted a General measure 60 geographical miles while us 'we ok upon themselves the Isstjing'ot a pump
iWi B Wi WJ*" "" "* "" r
d f4em'S Qtatoos ware, Government for ,spocial purposes, delta: diverge' Nona or'South of the equatorial line, manifesto of the principles,which were to govern'him Mini Your 1JatI. Kentucky memb r.of :!
fHi et pearls around, tedto that Uovuriirhoiit certain .definite powers the decrees lodicitude shorten, until they) and the COOlie he was to pursue, and> congress wrote to his,wife on 'hls 'arrivalatWashiKton t
Itlhe dorneg reserving,each State: to itielf the residuary come to a mere point, at the Poles. It b this required his atsenl.thereto, .instead of leasing city, that be formed a i'communication !
dtmr then t. my 'heart** mass of right to their own self-government fact that has caused the British to bo so anxious him to publish hit own sentiment*,* and to adopt i wJth] a very agreeablo Mat, .and expected
r NNred,Mtiw htaee. aid,that!IOCfer the General UoVerument to find a North-west paj&Ske;to the Pacific;as'4f such courses in he even,!orbit elati&s. as bis to spend the winter'vefj pleasantly.' Unfortunately 1

assumes umltligated powers; Us acts jut tjd.utboritatifti this could be established to bet practicable, own, unbiassed :judgment, -and knowledge of I to the surprise and, mortification of ,
4ad I a bsatgiit voidand of no f r'cethut, i'to ..the diztanceUrom England Japan and China,' the pressing want* of the people, might re the good lady to whom .he Was writing,'he inadvertently .
4% 1 .this compact each Utate. acrid ed as.'Aan4f l 8tute,; J y.a Northwest route, would bef not ..muchKt&tor inset It is evident,therefore that the tlwail/i dotted t in the word Mest.' !
s4k+i 1 r y-> .&' .I integral party;a 3his.Goyer if,not less, than from London to New' tit Convention, which is ;not responsible II IItir

created by.Uus cwapact,..- osogad4ite) ex Yorkiuind if they passage could be:kept open n. e" .iple I ,and nbt Ur. .Kalu, who,.it elected_),j .Can't get a4odc, to drt1t ske why don't
*_ -- '.' f'C "fb .: 'for,asingls( nx'nth .Jotbo' 'year, it'.! 'u1d be aJ ''ifiJA. ." i o.: res4nslble. liar uudertkei'ti4 aJJr.J: rb- I U caattpoaeitlissatsboy=+ dost' oa. see you
iii'"M1 J r.- ,. ; IICtr" 1 j jow have gofthsgoletliot W. '"', 't'.T'-''l'I
tr Met "and the 'ConcUlutioh \CURUBSfCO With China,. however, when the Suwannce Convention
'tttisd&its discretion; not *i ,I know have, but when 1 get good aim atone
lexa IIM tie" later yj the measure of U* powers$ but, that :os; in all Ho :Jet usfcalculute tne distance from London 'in 1850, which' nominated Ma|. Beard,did two or three others will swim right be-

t ti- land I Other cases of compact,among parties havingno .to(.anion, hinaby a CanaPacross the Isthmus not "take upon themselves the luuing of a twixt it and roe., .
w- lea tb to thee common judge. EACH PART HAS AN ;of Panama from London to Panama, the distance manifesto ot the principles-which are to govern
TJieIt'htm"M1t\11 sawtntalu. barnJn tsti ad.' EQUAL RIUU' TO JUDGE FOR' ITSELF, drawn in a straight line, is about 5,668 him and the course he is to pursue," Mrs. Partington thinks that parents should

a'"l thou be biased.aiftd free! A3 WELL OF INFRACTION AS OF THE. miles; from Panema to Canton,which are nearly the Sentinel objects, and says, "the views of caution their children against going into the '
4itsstarotdbahaer'be'cr, fi MODE AND MEASURE OF REDRESS. .in si straight (line, with each other tho dis- the,candidate become the views of the party, in orchards about these days,as the trees pro lust '
I ;%1. tuce is 10\2uo miles-making the total length and whether' they are shoot and the little dears '
'er fcrUle loam Hero we have the very essence of the Republican point of force efficacy begining to might get -
iii?itbould 1.- h' Uy tome, tb c', one will dio faith of '98 aba'89--the ground, Upon of route between London and Cauton,via Panama actually the views of the party or not !"-We bit A timely warning!
dative ho which the South will tiooa find that she tat ;cm'a straight line, 16,068 miles But the might well leave so adroit poUUcan to argue
To savch'w, to stand-or be!forevec Jallen.. sailing distance from Canton. to England, during both sides of the case, for any thin. ho can say Hans put do cart into de: horse and drive :
no.ME the season of the Northeast Monsoon by against the course of tho recent Convention, over do steamboats till yo get :stopped' aginst
I ., ..E JtSO;t 4f't D : C LHOUN.to Again RUotHd.: ft (This,, too, .was,?written the Cape of Good Hope, only :13,300 milcl can rebutted, by something he has formerly( de dock, for de peeples have" come" and de rail. K !:

4''r 1t\t ;;1Inl,1be.oom.l lliei'; (uik by Mr. Jefferson,)-"That the principle ands giving the Cape Good Hope route 51,768 mile* said favor of the same cause.-But we will rood starts an hour ngo. wYnw.. '
.i.\kiA"V ;pPAbi n .tructlon.contluded fur by sundry of the advantage over the Canal route across Pana say for the information of tbo 1&linel-for a I it
DlrrEIUT WATS or oouo THE SAME THu G.- I
+tlo rss i. And if calculate the sailing distance variations in political
l that the ma. we so familiar with
state general
legislatures paper
wR"rl noI ItJr laC. such :fof governmentis the of.the Southwest Monsoon, his ranks possibly think "Pray excuse me, said a well dressed young I! t
vbutforihep'erma.ittt'Vttdd the excluiive judge of the extent of the'wI during season creeds in own may man to a young lady in the second tier of boxes
only find it to be 15,340 miles still leaving 728 E undergoing the same
we that his are
... the er Delegated to it,stop nothing short of DESPOTISM opponents at the theatre. "I wish to stairs andget
Upon go up
1 c which the ..*ince.hiB discretion of those! who mile gained by the Cape route over Isthmus mutations-that the Democratic party adheres rerahment-doo'i leave seat:'
joaro principled I Canal. So tri sec that so far as the' trade of National Bank, a Protec your
I \ adminster the and not the' CONSTITUTION to its opposition a
.of government A sailor seated in the box his sweetheart,
;, )ta4i the illustrated ground-work( by the would be ,the measure; of theirpowers Europe with China and the East is concerned,, live Tariff ,a Distribution.. the Proceeds of and'disposed to do the same near thing'arose and
were the junction of the Atlantic stud Pacific Oceans corrupting scheme
: That the several Statcsnvho, formed the Public Lands a general said,"Harkee, Molt I'm going aloft to wet m
thailndrupentbeingsoversig4.and.'independent by a Canal though any part of ,the Isthmus, of Internal Improvements by the General whistle don't fall overboard while I .-','
,'" ., ..tbtt qUf/sdon'u ha v jhe.unquestionable right to, judge would lengthen l instead cf shortening 'the'distance. Government, and to the Galphihs generally, nmgoae
Emu.. Bwcco tAo Plitt) NULIFICA'lON and is in favor of the Sub-Treasury, the Tariff '
of Infraction; and,:THAT A A ZfandyY CrW.-I believed that gentle--
r -IUMnou. mend t...VUndrocr 3V 'THOSE SOVEREIGNTIES,, OF But by the route proposed by U'. Whitney, of.1846, and a ,strict construction of and ad- meat is any person with a tolerable.:suit of
.oltJ6fleh P.cr therein
the distance from London to Canton would berance to the powers
ALLUNAUT ORIZEDACTSDONEUNDER .watch and snuffbox in hit. pocket,
clothes, a
111I1111"-.Uio', "pcjagi ipJ" s .f.WJl 13 THE only ba 11,648 miles. which would be a savingin the Government. In opposing these measures his
COLOR OF THAT rinda' quizzing glass 'suspendedfrom
It M J'tIIbOIMdod that the late ,tatoi from 'ItIGHTFULREMEDY.IN..B1'RUHEN"'J" length over the Canal route of 4,370 miles), ard in the advocacy of those *hich'h ve neck. '
r -. KC4 neyjy .kop w fl .t-tmqte I Then we consider that by,the Canal the passage made our country great and .prospero, the
the sake of popularity,, Hf1 ;As regards Mr. Jefferson's abstract notions, button I believe that\anor means standing fire well;
for has1 whipped
i'afifJlli08l ': t ly continue tobe mads Democratic party every '
respect rag Slaver hey certainly i have never that advice means an affront, conviction a
:i. er""J ..te..4i1ter from any ioriJ.y, of the I chiefly by sailing Vessel; from the enormowexpeuse'that off the Whig coat," as was honestly admit- .
been regarded as a palitical'dreedupon leaden
pill. .
potential wbicbIra caaaul4t ertiFaaeota..I.tObe Cost Johnson cf Maryland' in -
Iitiwe+mr would attend steam navigation; ,ted by Wm. ,
b. toletUo which i he built up his great"Republicanparty. ; the views of the and believe. that adoration is only due to a fine

I ., J&,,* C'a own ark 'Yet whatever they were,' we find-him England we; Will see and that China, :the, via communication New !York, and between Mr. of 1B48.their These candidate are ;Maj. Beard, and party the Sentinel woman, or her purse;and that a woman. ,.. can .
in terms of starling solemnity,the her=le.
tlbat'bL tssetlman. condemning I keep one namely
t ..11.tt ;clot atop railroad, is shortened in has not to look to the "manifesto" of a' '
Northern people' when they attempted Whitney's proposed I believe that playing at range etnoit is the
the rRreat prj ap. dt
disMaq t Convention made as he
tJ6at ; distanceestimated ,
l the Suwannee up says
that makes
+ ,uelibe, 'C plv their Prea'oIl doctrines' :to the State ofufstouri. a manner only honorable way o( geuing a livelihood;
w.IfoWteitDtr 1mI thousand make to know.it.
between tix'aad seem "partizan leaders
The."North was early to refuse her by time that a man of honor never pays hit tradesman
_"t.'feHoftr.faDd': JkC.Uoue"ret dis admission into the Union, because she tolerated lest than by any,Canal at Panama: But.the On ,the questions agitating the Union, the because "they are a pack of scoundrels,'* and
y I' r railroad plan would put New York and all the position of the Democratic party ,is, what it .
eMmed 10 oricialiiJ'f. slaverr in her constitution Of the Free: that buying goods means ordering them without -
lie .
'ett'or JeIfe"tIH. United States Atlantic ,Seaports, immensely Southern to the I
*"" principal should eminently even
Soil movements in 1820, be [remarked: the paying. .
.J purpose
. 'ftiWl" vlew$ 1k 'draistk ..Dr prfDOlp'lca'I truth mamentou question, lib aft, Wl l the! night, hearer; berth 'in space and time, to "bitter end;" and'ye stern and,unyielding as i I believe that debt is if necessary evil ,',',

I rrO\tlJItet' .PP'.tbf 1M V.Utat hula wK a', 'ttct&enedend $ltd mwith terror.". ", China, Japan, &c$than would the Canal. An is that position, they would save. the Union if believe, that the word drew means naked-
" t iswtablUhed in fayor of lit the of honor and
other sacrifice
to. point, too possible,,but note in hathtiubandimpliesa
nets .females
., letter ; person
4" and_ I I.f ey Wequotoafewtentenceairromhis }
.=* : ,< Whitae plan-namely : The point from rights dear at life. The Siiwanneo Conventico engaged to nay a women's debts that Economy
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wtilcBT irtoropofefio tat did feot think it wiser and expedient, 10'face means and thai talking

: pusUianimity; any person
; ,'. .=.' "16iavJ5!| you, dear sir, r r.he.. copy you to all our chief commercial :cities that could the cession of the Nashville Convention, abort decency b a bore.I ./ -
'JII' '14.kycC* r* baye.beeu>> Mod alia lena'me"orU1 letterto ba selected,'and the. route ilea within degreesof to pass resolution expressive ,partiality believe that there is not aeievereror prettier
bn Itbe your possess for this or the ofadjustment. fellow in,the town than myself.: and that {
.TitW J\M J8\6.1 impru".. a"by u.e It sat pere{ c<;tjustification, to ," ". fhaifl for ler calculated to;:; preserve mvrchandise'and Democracy of Florida bad consented Ui be represented as regards the. wnraco,tom poifectJYlfreaisti- ;"
'M-"JM c the 1 ire like$poe' a |'o'nl.Umo; c asfilo: read rte !ypaporsor pay- freight in good'orsjer,'than If a more southern In that Convention, 'and while the blo.-N.' lpashims ,

edt tieNdrGW'pan,. We'real''the any attention,to publ ,nlfnirs I ,ccnrtdent they route was adopted. ThU,too,sub.eats a strong Dfilc' tts selected,by'the whole people of the How absurd to be afraid death when wo
4W'tohf roU..J"f 1dir ot .Hr *C.telr Were in good hands and content. to b$ a pasenter objection to the Canal project Tho, Isthmus State we ro in common council,mb'Delegate! are in the habit rehearsing in every night.
fIrHt', apanthe 4oetlJno of 840n '! 4 In our Bark to tho. shore from which I ly 103,within the 7h fo, goods and merchan- from othcrSt tc"tt would have been highly
RI'.1i I Ittt to fib!.loo. A lt. am opt dii,'tabs Butlhl! momentus qurstlon.llkoaflropoll dUo must suffer great damage from the intense improper for a Convention repcsenting af Preacher' 'was caUed upon by' some of'his
O8..lIInlll) the due' In then) a'wkehed and filled I hiAt and tho calms and unhealthy climates to least half!,Floilda, to have committed them eonxregttion 'to pray" fot rain of which. the
h rl I sad Jnternal Jm. w* with terror tcontldtrtd it al one at th* which sailors and paKenerrs are and would to particular line at preferable in adjusting crops stood greatly l in-wed, His reply wo, ,
'ISe un>ec nber fifth kris" t l i nton. K it uiK' (its ei for totMit be continually exposed latitude, form other any the question in controversy1. 'In this view, that he would pray if hU congregation oesin dii
r iIIIt. "' ilA M"" '' to that nvlcidir.y ewtuni. hW are peg nnly; uotajlnd u' itrsin' ',icrounds lor opening the Highway' the Buwannco Conventon acted with eminent but he wu very sure it would not rain un 11
t W., i.$IIes t wane. tr a r e 0 one'thMi l asseertd$.- Wort '. Commerce and travel across the is. patriotism, "they'exhibited respect for the wind shifted. Send, tharparsoa along
? 'I JIr ,,I"M ?wda 'wlth'thodc p.t f t.' ..l.a"iMtriJm ftf $tatt' Want lubriout climate cftne nofthlng .reloatofourownBepubllo. bodyaJti'led upon by the entire.ooutb. and for '
'. i&J .' I" aAerscauljreot. mike a Jlate eta,eLr G'1ittAtstai'" those delegates appointed! by the people of "- who was soldM lays that notwithstanding
'Ir.. ...w ';'W_". 'I.I.. .,, b 1ritArit It 10 tA! dl6iuWit We wiih.to make Europe tributary to us-to Florida,their own constituents being among the.body of tbo mammy was that of A male
} .' dal t7 7 serf f uauld msakS "ti1fri11 do this, we must'open up the taost' expeditionsroute the number. Had the 'Suwannte Convention' ho shall. still' consider. it. i wtz.
< .t and & for,he ;eeasternCornmercetcross our toil.wDt arrayed l itsulf .against the Nashville Convention
m, t ob J', 1r'fWlWlI w. to bipd 1 ,the East and West, and all no one would have been better pleased A JOntl man who very'frequently) went to
/ 7.J ;' .of'thiamJlbt Unoo.Iod..wnl..bly! top\h. than the Bentind, and we suspect that its strictures take an as ring en horseback, was observed
.tC -r I. US or rTBgid --by'olio J 'Iband-epd this wm b updo the course of that body in not so ways to.come home drunk, although be was
lilt t move tH. 'llI'A'. tIUY ,uy,t..e'uuae.-.tii. p 1 br it'. fl' .cu rallrottd 'raclii arraying itself have been the effect of tbechaJrio never known to be intoxicated with liquor nt
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J'IUt\l tln1I'1.flq: 'I'II ,to utrip Ibe"coUes joes,the State ;ftutboritic, I General Government. ,Could Congress, for 'heliow-betgs.thai populate the isles of the Pacifici nDRIDA P.I E'APPLEN., .I..i|
IJ4f1f 'fJUH' tq ..J'" nd'lhe extreme of Asia. We wont to carry 'he Savatarith Newt notices the rbceipt in
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of tho. powcrs reserved by 4od to exercise example l ,say thoj;_the non-freemen
ur...,.."',.. .zi t L s' ., themselves I .' ill.function foreign and;do* r cut shomd free,rii6r1. thai tilt, shall-auf \them 'notoaly Jcnowledjte, instruction trod that city, from Indian laver, by .the'steamer .

EYT BBsA'u.gsklslll'y "w'T 1"+other, ;Statej--Hort ian. useful arts,but some of them even reouire f0 Afofunotiii, of a number of pine appl plants:
hltLVE1c'1 1'C MANUf1nz'drro r>.*E, they.assimeandefini4elytbat: alau ver [ from the harvests of'our fruitful fields. tiwant. < growing in boxes, and some of them bearing

aotrJ.i''rdi.oUt..:), c'.otist, Agriculture 'attd.(UA urAcnE3; pad call it i RAILWAY TOTS PACIFIC. t6 relieve the ofjaressed, Wretched and good sized fruit. The pine apple: plant was,, .
'Anirttc 1; R iT;' WI1'rP bit rttdat', r, vrx I TegulttiGn tod U>'takte' the; earnings o/ one,of I IN speaking afew da s.agaa'ontbe; subject of and faHiinestricken millions of Europe;.\y i in in tho course of extensive cultivation in South
;'"C'r I these, brayUie ,of industry,und that ,. )Uoinbst I, ft. Jlatlwayjo the PHCIQC acid tm-Continent Biting their labor and jiving them comfai a Florida when the'Indiancotbrtak occurred
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COf sue :. tleprwsed, jpd'lIt them into J hekeis i Land on "ui rt nit i rc..vJitli', BIO 4 < ;*>j bleb spa our.i ich, free soilV.and all l\1j; in July ot last .1nr. 6evtr :o1 the cUlertrhororsoox.iheir ", .
.. f. '8 wept t&i4utfca \tJ ;,v, 1'u8 afi play W Q "tby. aeaipua rid'c., tompl 01. 'of jtheifliciiltir
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i_ )'fd fttliat f":1 tW6. t.r t \ ; ;.
JJim t>f',cuuio down, a, 4rtgetht ouCVet 4>rou ht/owird"blf ( "ACoa. dl( the' diois'O' 'i; ftr.t .I" .th tiasi.
oIJto: ,or diRfD+g aals'brld''1 Natotial>!is ay cir brjpoiilnfetedrBarthere 81 ?i trJ: > vid8ton ; tlprftjent Crejident ofthis"county.

SIS?* "7USD ?*- :aided by ml fttie sophistry,ton"the ,,prdl.TD-,{I j miYiy 1 nAttera cofi' te'a:%1th 'hi* A .. -'Several settljftikfterward returned. .
WjpI+t e eral wdtare1 a'riftit to do, not', only l Ibo acts vast Cute r Hae .|Bhrequirduerlous l consider [ THE. SENTINEL AND CONVENTIONS. and we.are happy tolllrn from the above arrival ,

Of TKH SOUTH. (to trett'tbat) whack are, specially *miunera- anon -and; earnest..discussioniFir t among The Sttittn; with characteristic modesty, that they hav ",retiewed.elr eft'ort'to It.I .
JtM* *JnEj ted or permitted ; but whatever,thoy shall'' these' is the.questione can we not connect the finds fault with the Scwannee Convention because > I produce the tropical fruits with promise' of
L a. Dit>t tss4. "lAid ofj refen4willbeforlhegentral: [ welfare.! commerce of 4Ue Atlantic and the P' cific Ifdid not enact resolutions &c., asha4 : aucceu.-R'PUblm -

&th i tetptriaUaadltfcy ..e.a And irhatis our'resource lor,the preservation, Oceans of the East and of the West, by a near, generally been done by similar bodies 'from I

>cV ia of Constitution f Reason and argument I, or equally near route 61)ODe requiring less the,. same. party. Now, without Boppi1Jto: < Oxrtixv GAS T cuss rox CHOLBBA,-Dr.
@tae ua every bAeJ 4 You'might u-well reason and argue, with the 'expense and promisihs equal advantages,than give the reasons why that Convention'didno Macrae,in the hospital at Howrah, has- ,according

;/, marble columns encircling them,, The,.Rep +by lhat proposed,by,Mr, Whitney t The' connecting see proper to gratify our neighbor in this'resPeet to the Indian BOWS,discovered a new'and
tklro feI + rdtcnutlves chosen by ourteln I They;.are ; oft two great Oceans by.a Canal atPAnaravNicarafiu we will remark that objections from su.asourcecomewithaaexceedmglp ] moat successful mode of treating cholera pa

8eliJ+titrcicttts.,, ,, .: y, joined in the combination, onxf frorn/iocorr 1 orTehuontepec, has beep bad grace;, tients., He causes them :o.inhale a certain .
fs'd r re ''tole:.;it" visa views'orOoyer ,..from, corrupt eo sigltated'pio eat. for1'nearly toe past two', When it remembered what an Outcry thaipaper quantity of oxygen, gas, which contributes a :
mm : ner.-s, fftcteat 'voting together to outnumber centuriesV the present and at the present time: has always made at such proceedings bj. strong atimueating effect l. and finally throws i

the, J un d'parts,tod with msjortUeHqf on1t ,, ,' raoremehts..are' being-'made.to carry out .theide Democratic Conventions, State or Nntiop'a.Tho i the patient into a,refreshing.sleep. On awake 1
rhr rcU wealth, or S, bold enough to go for.rdin ,deflnee. hat l has, so long been'dilcp.'b; Com -chief: reason the Sentinel, and through ith It eninfr,ho finds,hihself restored to health, with
49 i ." a mercial Nations.. Tq.tHost'wbo give' the idea i. Whigs of Florida, (i Ati it suited their eonvmcnce the exception ota general weakness which

bl0Q$ tdtns' '!'Even the famous doctrine cfwhich,tn i4Uflc.too1 Ci Sr consideration\ wb ltd appear' thaererythiOf ( ,)have ever ivel'against Conventions,, always succeeds any physical prostration.Dr. .
; .tab u1 thif c rreet e, r .0..expte '' that commerce could desire,wond has been this "that tbe policy of the country Macrae.had treated, this mode of practice J

vRy4i., .vw ( ,)-was not a discovery i oC lr Cat" bo1iC shed,opening,x communtcatioi upon'all) subjects,must be controlled, nor by upon 16 Eucppenn seamen, who bye been I II
.4 fctOun, Zealously t& ho custaincriLtn cheri4u bet a' Atlantic 'un"-M..,'U1c...across tbIshltoaama. + the enlightened and independent judgment of I carried to the Howrah Hospital in the, last

y Ic.'lag o O4'-rw a.. 'ed It,bed d but claim iu paternity It iohq her legislators, ,but by the arbitrary decrees. stage of the+disease, and the patient was ;ia .
Oi ttrt. 3T AS /.Q tofispnng of Mr. Jef&rson .rom, wboaKr, ,Aaa; drl'-.I eosraphlcal knowledge of the :of partisan leaders-usually given forth at cvf ry instance recovered. d

eolb Etallaro .,e r,, '. Calhoun received'it.tucky Wequotettptittha'sae ,matter,willYunVioce every mind that tho trad otne Irresponsible convention or caucus." Am '
Resolutions of'98 *9 ..written bl'Jlr.; of Europe with Chipa, and all the ncigbborinprtsotAfia ,hence, when, in 1846, the Convention met lit 'Mr. Jenkins, will ,it suit you to settle that '.
r Jefferson Kimtelfi -with Australia, and all tbe:Pcific .- Suwanhee and nominated Mr. Kain for Con old account of yours!' (
'. 1. Ketolced That the several States corn: and 8outbSea'Ia alldit would not be expedited gressi; and'sent forth along with his name ai *',r, you are mistaken in the mah-,I

poslhg the.United States of America, are pot,. or behclilted by A canal across the'Istb- address'and resolutions, the & /oft 45tt am not one of the old Kttkrtl : ,

# Sbtai, v.l. tiniled on the principles of unlimited mbmk- I mus. The earth is In' the font of a ,globe; am of August of that'year, beta the foliowiuj A'native of the'Einerland Isle day
.' moo to their General Government,; but tha( 'In measuring distances oa it wa must bear imind l language in reference to the .resolutions adopted was one' L
asked how he could tell that a man was f
ttxi .. of that at theequatortor middla part untio+ that Convention:'' .
aad ; by cowpact under the style and title :a DV "he's
J :Constitution fur the United ,States,,. .of a.mendmcnts earth between the Poles, degrees,or longitudmeaiurq +e "T us the Convention; which nominated MrKain drunk.-'Faith,1, answered Pat ,
,ber_ cow;. thereto;they constituted.,Genet ; 60 Keograp scat -miles; while as rw+a took upon themselves'the issuing ot smanifesto lighting hb pipe at a pump to bo sure, .,:

'f pldeana wave al Government fur ,special ,purposes deltCedw ;,.- diverge' North or'South of the equatorial tins. of the principles,which were to gov. Mind Your 'Dull. ,: | entuck,' member,of
trail parole around, that Gaveriimout ,certain detioite powers the decrees orrlod'tiiuc1e.'abort' until the' eVn.himandthe cdliise he1 was to pursue, andrequired on.rearota to his,wife on 'his 'arrivalatWashixtoncity
docaaeil,' rr ,'reserving,each State to itself, the residua come to a mere' point! at the P lee. It is this his assentthereto. instead of leaving that he)formad coraniunica--

hboeae endear ibce 19 toy keart.. ry mass of right to their own IClf government; fact thaj'has caused the Britisb'tu be so anxiou Aim to pU l ,. hit own u1 nl.,* and to' adopt tion with a very agreeable Messy ,and expected

Myw toyed,tiativo beta!. surd,tbat-pnsuever the'General Government to find a North-west pat etp, (he Pacific;ai luch. in theeventofbisetrtidi.as hu to sDdnd the winter very pleasantly unfortunately

assumes aaigateL powers, its acts .are ufr1 4f this could be establish ,to bet practicable,. ,own ,uab aid Judgment'and knowledge ol to the surprise and mortification ,
Atd" 'e tLii i Js authoritative, void,and of no force;, that%tdthin ,Ibe divtanceirom England tq.Japan and Chios,' the pressing'wanu of the people' might retire. the good lady to whom .he'was writing, he inadvertently
fore f ei compact each estate "acceded asa, ,tute; et.a Northrwest, route, wrist ic1,be'not mucl hgttator It is evident;therefore,that the'uwanl dotted e in the word Mess.
y ftZIli eiIs nnd b jui Lateral party.cbtt Goycrwmerit> if not less, than from London to Nefrk Id Cpnvehtfon, which.is not responsiblejiite 1. .. ,

'..,XlAMl caupltat.1e.:uot 1adetpe ex! Yo ijd If the pasaege' could :be:kept o'fora pct people, ,,nnd not Mr. Kalu, who,'it elected. ,. .Cant, get ackdCf to fy*,+jtftin why don'i
.: I, .dwi, Jbe-W. o. sing t month' In the'feat lou be- al. '4rili, '.', so,.responsible, bar ndertakeiats. re.i J.Q1IAq.' duAlwborr tusaeeryoa ,
I J.t fnetJ.wr" *i r i ffe: .; '<.r have fot tte Wools''*ftsek b4fere 'fee* .1.>; <_.
'ralts dil teeJ;'acdoot the ContUlution, cummsrco with ChlD,: Now, however, wen the AiiofMnnna'Coven: ,I know I have, but when 1 get good arm atone
0t lore mjr te. b t the measure of its powers; but that .eta.in nil Nurr let udcalculute the distance from London don to 1850, which' riommatod Ma|. Beard.did two or three others will swim right be-

J ;tthe 8oii hnp'cr1nll4bd j Other cases of compact,among sties bavine 'to Can; o,binab'y a Canaracros3 the Isthmu not"take upon themselves the issuing of a twtxt it and me.. .
Mm'.beahb to thee no common judee, EACH PAETV HAS AN ;of Panama from London Panama, the dutance manifesto ot the principles which are to govern ,
41 untal barrrcstaad; _I ," EQUAL RltiUT TO JUDGE FOR'ITSELF, 'drawn to a straight line, is about 6.668 'him and the course he is to pursue," Mrs. Partington thinks that parents should !
Ut thy fee ble, i9l and free! AH WELL OF INFRACTION AS OF THE miles;from Panema'to Canton,which are noar- the Slewing Objects( and says, "the views of caution their children against going into the J
art Lhou .
: I'biDDer'ne'er t MODE 'ND MEASURE OF REDRESS. ly in'a straight. line with each other tho dialuce the,candidate become the views of tbe party, ia orchards about these days,as the tress are lUSt'to '1
fcrLUu IsMm ,. + : Hero we have the very essence of the, Republican is lO.UO miles making the total lengtlof point of force and efficacy, whether they are begining to :door,and the little dears might get !Ij
'[ l J crtildltcomc.at r.llsy there' one will die faith of '93 aha' '99.-he 'ground*up route between London and Cauton,via Pane actually the views of the party or not!"_We hit, A timely warning ;
", tat h un which the South will soon And that the ,ha ma,'on'a straight line,18.U08 mileo. But,th; might well leave so adroit a politican to argue
To MVP 1e, mo. to stand .or'be"foreet tapes" sailing dutanca from Canton to England during both tide of the cue, for any thinx ho can .say Hans put de cart into de: horso and. drive t:,
the season,of the Northeast Monsoon bj against the course of tho recent Convention, over do steamboats till yo get :stopped agicit r''
Again :
,. xsM ,riFF* N" Ran He: Cgtxoort.1tilelt4l4ccA Ranted, *! (This, too, was written the Cape of Good Hope, only 13,300 mile; can be rebutted by something he has formerly de dock, for de peeples have" come,and de railroad
ding the oorn. by Mr JetJ'unon-"rbut the principle and giving the pape Good Hone route .11,763 mile, said favor of the same cause.-But we will starts an hour ngo. <*Ynw. I l
.i.sIvtaMfrAd upA9Da 1a.U [pi,111 the Canal route Nana-, of tbo &nl lltl-for'
f onitructlon contended fur by sundry of the Advantage over across say for the information DirFEXEXT Taa.G."Pray .
WAYS OF DOUG 1'8111.11& -
"" ; thftt bn ma. And if we calculate the sailing' distance so familiar, with variations in political
; state legulaturet' ( general government paper
:'. 1rU.6 "f',qo( ir "be;tplt cEsi'ofPlx li. the exQlus ive judge of the extent of the power I I during Ibo season of the Southwest Monsoon, creeds in his own ranks muy ptmibly think man to excuse a young me lady, said in a the well second dressed tier of young boxes

bli4be4i AjOLp oeih.'ielp1N Betwated to it,'stop nothing short of DE8POTiSM woJt1Dill&to be l 15,340 miles still leaving 721 that his opponents are undergoing the same at the theatre. "I wish to stain rind ,!
go up
rbfph the ..4lnct ibo discretion 'of those: who miles gained by the Cape route over Isthmui. mutations-that the Democratic party adheres Como rorrshment-4on't leave scat." U
I I Canal.' Bo tea that so far at the trade National Bank, a Pro tec- Ref your
ftdmlnster tho lovurnm.nt.'I.adnoI, tha' CON to its opposition a '
round-wo k lot A sailor seated in' the box near his sweetheart,
< with China and tho East (Ii'concerned, of tho Proceeds ot
xPn UTrrUTiON would be the. measure; of heir Europe tlye Tariff a Distribution .
and do the tblnr and
jay ,ei {UlUIRlOCI "1 !. disposed to same $ros t:
the of the Atlantic mid,Pacitio Occam scheme
Junction Public Lands general corrupting
powers R'pat the"vcral State++"bo,formed the said," arkee, Moll I'm going aloft. to wet m
that Instrume&t'being ioverolgn l<; and,.independent by a Cnntl though unv part of the isthmus' of Internal Improvements by tho General whistle du n't,fail overboard while I am gone.',, 1
'.. y.atoeee,IMttlop'uIMIItIH ,har,:no unqcciUoaabU right' to Judge would lengthen/ incteaa ihortcnlng the die Government and to the Galpnins generally, .

,tJw pc.mu. THAT lance. and .Is In favor of the Bub-Treasury, the Tariff bellevod ende- :
'cr the lntlietlon[ and A A Dandfi CruJ- that a,, ,
fbm 11Jriouq. men. Wu TION BY TilOSB KOVERElONTJEtf. OF But by (the routo proposed by tlr. Whitney, of,1846, and a ,strict construction of and ad- ment Is any person with a tolerable, suit :of '
'Ie" ..f.M ALL UNAUTHORIZED ACTU DONE UNDER the dlstaue from London .to Canton, wouh herance to the powers therein granted to clothes a watch and snuffbox In his pocket '

..,..,t'lI ''UIIoMl"cQ E "iShr COLOR OF THAT .IfWJIUHENT! 13 THE only be 11,643 miles, which would be a savini thu Government. In opposing those measures and a quizzing gins 'Iulpcndca, from his 1
Ie It ,.U..t Uaat tbl late aeiisot ltooIMw1 'JtIOHTFUL REMEDV in length pfpr the Canal route of."70 miles;. and In tho advocacy of'those which have ueek.I '
f/iMiNM1'WM Mrv kap"n tomgfetraUwloM Then consider that by the Canal the made cur country treat and ,prosperous, the
wo passage
Nor ihc wika of populirtorutoJtttuf iid Ai rcrardi Mr. leffarion't abstract notion,. continue bo made D.mocratlct.Par&y whipped every but- bolloro,,that iuaior means standing fire wellsthat :\
would necessarily/
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never ad vico'moans affront and conviction ;
rospoctlnsWlaTcr' they certalnlyhave an a
,. :, from tar luUiorUI. chiefly! by'failing'' vcistlt; fC'Om\tho tnormoui ton off tbe Whig I coat," ai was honestly ndrn- >
been regarded si s part bribe politIcAl I breed toadsn pill.I :
.l l wbleh |M. eonildfr errc* Johnson of Maryland, 'In
..", IaeaU that would attend steam navigation; ted by Wm. Cost flnft
which'he built hli great Republican expense believo that adoration Is only duo to.a
up ,
a L..iws a. to MUI. IA.W. upon the views of the arid
communication between 1143. These lUG party
I that the
" 1 Ca '. own .rb Ant* Vet whatorer' they were, we find bin wo sea Beard and thu Sen- woman, or her 'purlf and that n woman, can
f to' Ur.Wllltncy' candidate ,
England and China, via J Now [York uf their Maj "
oad iutcrmi of starling solemnity.the one cecret nnmeiy' her,ae.
fnniQg keep
t :Ait Owt eN araImortibdi1J look to the "manifesto" of aBuwanuoo
mf is shortened la to
railroad find, hn* not
when IUom to I proposed I believe that It nail is the
a t Supt: the'pet prltkY'A Northern psoplo they pled apt that the distance' estimated Convention mado up cs ho says or playing rags
manner makes
accl1iH' 'seriloa) }I ly tbdrFfcotfoll doctrines to the Btate ,of know only honorable way o? getiing a llrclihoodilhat
: y by time, between ;:and men, thousand mk( "pArtizan leaders, to ''t.I
Citlhowi' dlftourl. ThoNofthwai ready to refute her a roan cf honor never pays his iradraWan
31t. "BrerfiooriftottUjr
.CHC i1"u.. ,teNo.cr,''al' dlwefle admlalonintdtho Union, because she tolen- firs than by any Canal l at Panama. But tin I On the questions agitating the Union, tho because "they are, a pack of scoundrels,'' and I i
lit eMtnad ted slavery in her constitution. Of :the FreeKoil ;Railroad plan would put New York and all'the position ota Democraticparty is what it that buying goods, moans ordering:them with I
Yhor. tip ,kit prrloi tOlB'1IftI movcrrtcnU in 1820, he remarked: t\it principal United"Btates Atlantic 'tieaports, immensely should be=- mB! ntly Southern, even to the out the purposo paying' 1
,'lew_. KoItfftrafti dw 6f truth momentous quetfon Wtt fib bill in ,the might nearer, both in space and time'to 'bitter end." and-yet.item and.unyielding as I believe that debt is ff necessary evil '
udKt. 'ciccikeaedend IJW mt with terror.", China, Japan, &cthaa would the Canal. An; Is that position, they would save tbe Union Ifpossible IbeU.yo that abet word dru means 'nakedabo'utdecauoy -

1M it it4lit uoto blew sentene from hit letter lo, other point too,.established. iu.favor of Mr.Whitney's .. I but pots; the sacrifice of honor and cress In females that'",hand impUea a ,perIOD
=1' e es ,. plan namely : The point frO rights dear as life. The Suwanneo Conven engaged to'par A womeri'l Jobtlj that temiomy
1L- Joh dated 1620: ,
I lithe eofel aatraJ'to
Irproposertoctaft ti dId bot think itwto and expedient, in ana fuiPlarilmtlYllnd! thaC4n1' perioD tallr-
itW. l
I (W M tWnk! you, dear ilr, (forth all bur chief commercial cities that could face the session oflheNtshviHeCoovenUon, Is a bom. I

y1W i" 'tr4 have q fO kind w'to -t nd
epe bd. OOltt.I're.t: 'tueaU..rat.: lie. your constiCucnts'pn the Mlulourj( quest ioa. of latitude which! possess a temperature >better for this or the other.mode urdJu'Jme4t., The flee follow in the town l than myself; and that ,
4y llppnd ImprovttefiU by hila Perect junlfl-aton! to them. I had for calculated to preserve merchandise, and Democr'acy of Florida had consented ti>be te- is regards the 'women Lam irresisti- -
porfectly i iI
:oeni tsBatmgeettY.1 ttoM&llteotMied a 'longjiime ,cea.* t lheTe4dt'at ietWY part. Wo'nbr any attention,to public afl>.ir<. ccnfldent. they' 'route was adopted; ThU,too suggests a strong Delegates selectedby'the whole peEU r the I I How absurd to be afraid of death when wo I I
Ittlt r N' t1lit' fo1l6wln, ':Ieuer m fititaHI were' in good hands and content to bi A pa-'I objection to the ,Canal project rhothmut State were,'common, council,'with'Delegaies! ire in the habit of rehearsing in every night ;
ti''lt : of" ,'eenger.in\ bdr bark to the thnre from l lying.within the Trcpict,goods and merchant from other States,it would have been highly I '
Ktgifi '*efiotttd *'eot .{jlrcateeals atl" am, upt .ids,tJ nt. Bu\ this roomentus que tionff diso must suffer great.damage from the Intense improper for a Convention; repcsenting af, A 'I Preacher was called Upon by some of his
rr aicjc) tho doeJ -'', like a Art-pell in thenlbtaw.k hed and lUred heAt and the calms and unhealthy climates to least half of FICI Ida to have committed em songregation 'to ,pray for rain. of which the

tfIA1.c trtflTi, and fntcroaJ 1m- mt with terror. Iconndertd, if dl onafa Atbd which sailors'and passenger are and wouldbe to any particular! line as preferable in adjustitijc :raps stood greatly in need His reply' was,

Ika..a Pcceraber SStb, }of tie Union.. It u lushed, indeed for thesiaowtru continually exposed latitudes, form other l ,the question in controversy. In this view, hat be would pray if his congregation desin dit
el6 htriIeIikg0Ws to thu unyielding.. ,.hid rtu u i ,qce only; not Aitntd ten stronirgrounds for opening the Highway the Suwannee Cohventon'acted. with eminent but he bras very sure it would not rain un U
..$ ,Vii.wks: tee *' WpitflWbifoaiefrtami World's Commerce, aud travel across the sa- patriotism ''they ,exhibited,respect for the wind shifted. Send.tb ('J4doo along!

r I QQ d,.Ilh. thO I 11.1O tJI Jks p ego qf from me Stale to n. luSrtous} climate of the. northing,rcjipns of our body agreed upon by the entire.t outb, and for
;. =tAc .._wesdd.oC+ 1 agar. if.m.r"1 uscma..u e own Republic. those delegates appointed by the people of "One who was sold*says thAt notwitbstandng -

tJ_ ti .' ", ,tiot b.{" aiAout .sotheirdi 7t}, '. WewIeb.mcnakeLuroTeUihut&ry ip us:todo Florida,their own constituents' among the body of tbe mommy was that of a male
, '" ,_ I d, l&'Iillt\A kind = this,we must open' op the most expeditions the number. Had the Suwahnte Convention ic shall still consider, a don-sel. "
: ..J".. I''' : II 'aoI. ,W': route for tier eastefll commerce,cross our soil arraved! itself i ;against the Nashville Con"cn-'

'U tIt.W0.AIjddbiwy t ,,.z tgsaiiciy'et'? "' str. 'i 611r"ol We., want to, bind the East and.'West, and allparts lion, no one would have been better pleased A gentleman who very frequently went to
utor Aii be of,this.mighty Union,indiasoiubly together than the Scn/uirfand we suspect that its strictures tate an airing on horseback, was observed
:' 3aej3&too,W&ttis for, poorer;woglai by one great Yourband-andtblwill beaccomplUbed upon, the course of that body in not so rays to_come home drunk, although he Was :
fll* CGGz1. die $ move tb?.Mloiwy. exclteat 'bi the'ijMel1 klb k "by JtllP our1!\ railroad tracks itself have been the effect of ihechaKinlthas lever known to.be intoxicated with liquor;at
+ 't f' 1 ate $, coddittoh' of 'th eftBe .ana di ivinfi our lron, t eed (from the'shores of fat 14 6eingdeprived of an impprUnt aiif' other time ; whereupon a friend archly
Maw"" 8l .f nt p b n. ( .;:cam al fStaic b t tbeAua.nt jp thdso.of: the Pacific. We want element of opposition in the coating. obScrml-+ '

aYw.aMr..l t+''i'ii 1 :' n1s.'ctt&lb't.'f.tb' 'dUt1.e w.t' to tutxjufl.and civilize. by pur arts and sciencea! cavaFloridlane ; ,'That although he had a habit of getting;
"\ a f V t .J g, l&tth. stlta. and ccmnaerce,the millions of oar lest favored( Irunk, It was only hh nVin?habit.' .

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I\ > ST.AUGUSTNE; : the elective franchise- alone protects our, in- rastthan.tbe otherJifcT Wpeople't-mpoyed4a} ; I Fflm the 'Charleston \\Cwr\er. ifornia will always-be a mining ewntlJ .

i ." r. I s itutionCJ.Vhrn the elective franchise iscorrupted f"tttacoirolaysune ;y whrid' :walkiiti i' WASHINGTON, JUNE>; 29. 'wages will range high. At present slays
-" \ I Saturday July 13, 1y$0. I or et rj&dfafler( strong; easttta;gal *,*have te- ',.Much fi-cling exists here in regard to themovements In California would be more profitable t
the '
m injurious
__. by exec .
: i .FOR .- __ peaiedjy.found pistareens -and double pUtareens in New Mexico by Executive in Oregon. And 1 have always beets or
1 AErRESENTATJrET CONGRESS. tive patronage, then i is republicanism indan-J1 ,which kluda, ,of money probably re-' authority. Should a collision take place be opimo ,that v.rthere1a.miniDC "

f.: \ : l' \ 1 .> JOISJf. BEARD. OF LEO CO.ArPOIKTMERT ger. The number of Federal employees Tat mafning in tb ewrecks, are .sometimes washed tweed the Texans and the U. States troops, trv; if nO in a climate' ancoa offal 10 B-VA*' .

I f., t'' the present time is about 50,000, including the up by the turf in bard winds. ;This Lagoon it will, ails thought, throw the country into ,I labor, that apeciel of labor would be pro&uijL
BJ> THE P hIDEKT.-\Ve cut (Indian.River) .stretches parallel to'the sea, a}lath. '; That it would be in'the California stiff\|
t' i' \ ..the following from the $ post office department, and tLey are rapidlyincreasing to the territorial evident. bodied yJ
I Philadelphia Inquirer until the latltue 37. '20. where it has an out- vMuch anxiety exists in regard AgoodabJo slave, w< .
t I c of the. 28th June, 1850. ; 4 ,... r ,i r;: s each one of these' employers. hds. watering or mouth: DHUCTI.Y_. Biros TSW I question. Tho adjustment scheme of theSenate have commanded In California du it.PUtJeI
"We karnly telegraph from if that an influence or power more or l leas| orer BOOTH.I* 1t1x=. TATHOMJT'WATJCX, Lilt. TBK>E. J!is losin favor with the,Soulb and gawking r. tc ndred w,
Washington, '
'I' I Buckingham, Smith, Lsq, Nil bet*appointed Secrdary -' _others-rhich probably will avarnge.lTtat-nch. ?Wxi.. /the Dutch.:sr+roch."' 'i Kin no other. quarter. Sortie Weeks, ago, per aon & me..t is'rcdlecied[ t tb4_

of Legation to Mexico." <*, 5 one/Jiere then, ,is a centralized power of' Five : This account by i he :historian is no phantom ,would ,have been passed :iu both Houses. ; hundfcd dot Wt pea aQ .T

f t t This ;is the first 'appointment from Florida, hundred thousand'votes, a sufficient armY for. : there artt ctttffcns/bf) $t. 'Auguitine'who :bow.i The its Senate fate doubtful.v yesterday. ,by the decided vote is(hbor consldetMf in thi180utb rn'Stag mP, l! is idle(oSU m .:
to. Jjy,4)ji, Put of tho ti te.nnd wnfrel highly -: thwarting or perverting a true expression of.i have seen the ptsUfeens! picked 'trp'ftom: ,these : bf 19 to 36, rejected Mr. OUL's amendment, judgment, contend that slaves would fe It

,; J compjimentcd that this maiden honor has' the popular"wilfand to which you may add shores.. The Indians-,.ewtfalwaabeen'pat. : limiting the Southern bounbary of Californiato carried to*the* California" market, -if protect!& t

I fallen. upon a Democrat. 50.0QO rrjore of pfficoj seekers. This evil ex tin!to in"in region,of tie.>CDu" t /and it is here I the parallel of 36J 30. The yeas and' nays by aw. '* -
ApfOISTMEHT BV TKE GoVER OR.-JAMES M. 1 ists under the provisions of our Fedral constitution I the late. Indian murders;were cemmitted. The were Yeas as-follows Messrs. Atcbison Barnwell. Bernen, h}!> to encounter greater Impediment in the mines which i ii the white i latent|a6

: GOULD,to be J.ustice.of the pcac in and to remedy 'Yhi h,lit is necessary toso I American Troophnvc now station within a Butler,Clemens,Davis of Mississippi, Uawson, of the heat and the prevalence of tJilhous.d, l
the 3d District lor amend.tho constitution, which will have to short. distance of the wrecks. Downs, FootE, Houston, Hunter King, Mason. ease. The one i is alruual) iiisutferabic, while t th
} the Co unto of St, litho) **to I Soule, *' ,and other is pestilential. Against boitf
Sebastian 11url1ey
,fill be cmiijencej by,congress, as to provide,_that, Morton", Rusk, ; tit thaw the '
the vacancy caused by'thu i is el How
'resignatiuuiif): Yulee-19. negro most proof. while white htoc
: rGED., L..PHILLIPS, Esqr. 1 Custom House officers, Land officers; Post i Farther Mexican outrages upon American :. Mayt.- Messr Badger, Baldwin, Bell, Benton is so high it is evident thai no "ono can hIre,

I 1 L-4 I MasterSj DisfriaJudors.lfashalsand Attorneys, Citizens Bright, Cass, Chase, Clarke, Clay,Cooper, wbjte laborer,except at a rate that would COR-
:: .D mocJiltie be chosen by the localities where,their, services i Corwin, Daivs pf Massachusetts,Day .on, Dickinson sume his profit. Not so with negrtf labor. :1at
; : .' t Meeting. afo required, rcsei'tin!to the executive the n MATAMORAS, June 19tb,1850. Dodge Wisconsin, Douglas, Filch, species of labor infeht be obtained for halt the.
.. j :. we j vo below,the proceedihjtsbf a numGrLouaeDcmocratic : right to sufficient until To the Editor Ancient Ci/y:1- Green Hale, Hamlin, Jones, Miller, Norris*, amount which you would, have' ta pay fx
susFe' ;c use,
,meeting which took place' on i fyr' lIerefn you have the evidence of another Pearce;Phel ps, pratt,Seward, Shidd Smith, white labor. Therestiftwillbeaprotit'atikv
> turd y another.clet. ton. Amend Jhe constitution,so as ,. 1.'i''' Sturgeon.Underwood,Upham,WaFes,Walker, to the hirer and seller pfsfave labor.
."**v Vt get the ado evening tloh last.ofthe.at'thr Reading Room. j Uo. proykjefor! the, ejection?the jWeral ofifcers outrage'. 4incrrran citizens! '" bpd. ,"' property. I Webster,and Whitcomb--36. is r\avdoubt\ ; in mir.g&DCoL" thai ahuoj liS,

led Reaoiubous emDcxJ- in our midst/tbc people and the scenes, ,of .1 by'Mexicans': ,* > ,.- / I But this vote- no indicat on.'of the strengthof number ot IitvQtmiaat, *?be Mrc2oh: i J'J
in thoa proceedings :. ih.' meetijig was i if pasftimes'at elections will be .On the,7th'de.y of ifajlast,Capt. W. Bw Glover { the bill. The best estimate at preasenl forniu; weip thc.whites wUIm tcTal Io ,
f addressed in.a happy' nUd elleclive manner, : presidential not American Consul forlhe city.of Monterey, 1 shows a tie vote* in the Senate. The positionof from eighU/b/ tsuhundrjadollarsayc .
I jkS by Mr..Rod era,oif Apalachicola' and re.H-nacie4jt"nor.wilI. J so many of our citizens! behuarse 'leA that 'r' 840,000 in specie the Vice President in regard to the bill is pay sd tnuch:above 1w hat their .set re'is.
C by city.f Reynos jwith
p. I ,.fellbWjtownsfW.Mr. W-A. our in huzzainir t, on.the j .Gould\ Forward.James Mi\ be selected for.his worth as a Statesman accompanied by Win r, a assert that he is for he President's plan, and .that coulil this species of-wn?fee Bo pro

and B. E. Dupont,Esqrs. t the latter gen. and not,as n distributer pf :and respectable American, Merohant, with $15,000 others that he will vote for the adjustment in CalifoVnia,it wdald Vuith \0 tied
tleman, touched not a little frequently I upon patronage the in specie, making in all $55.000. They had scheme. The discussion oftho general im'ritsof most any! qaunUty.' S 'P.ilC.IIII
., tine romiJttl and beauty of Tnylomm public buisincss would be much better conducted with.them.the legal documents i JI- the bill has been announced by Mr. JOKX Let Upturn ,ciup. ,attentionAb..
.cially.tts exemplified t' in' espe- by such officers. as tbe people would thus. DAVIS, who is giving the Northern views in opposition Mexico. J harts4tudou4tfrubwhaPluip;
." five appointinent' to of select. sued by the proper and.regularly constituted to it, in a very able and ctindid.mau. I harp of those,couuttieaUltdJl..t: ,.KiUls_
,In.our: immediate re:ion. Great cordiality 'authorities. On the 6th days journey from nero No one pretends that there is any alternative out to bo GHof with"tAQ.jrich !" t

c. .:andeiithasfasmpervailed l on the occasion in "SOUTHERN FLORIDA-ANCIENT' IN- Monterey, they were' sloped upon the, highroad to the adjustment scheme, but a convulsive the flowinr( ; frow4nfcealp ; .a

t .:a word, all. exhibited, in. their bearing a devo HABITANTS.' by a' bandofarmedj'mentm6re like i rob effort to puss the ,California billby itself, the news from Texas,ao&AJh '
tionto' 'i the cause "The.earlv history of the ,Southern part of and do nothingelse. "Mr.-Jaihes,,waj,4aforn9ed:,b.r1.j4t Npigh-
and pluses
a of Glover
bers. who demanded Mr.
to do ) ; .
wailful I Peninsula; Florida shows that when discu'crul Last evening, a meeting was held in the hours and Mr...\&*' yiniaj-uvat; Ji sy had
\ ,f butt< !! ftjrt that gave cheeri.. }g by Ponzde Leon, in.1512, if was mum fur the money which he immediately pre Hall of Representatives, by tbe members ofthe.House been shown by JI\J9r Stein, akJlUJ gold wasIr
tt!:I r ttofa! triumphant result to the comii'i'contest. erouily [leonledlby Indians living in Towns sPDted as:did also; Mr. Winer. Notwithstanding "favorable.to the immediate; ad- ed out by-hl's.t *,ixtther' Gila rive'!y

., ( under one dominion and'that they were of an- the exhibition of 'their pa pert, &c. they miser n of California, separate from all ,otber : sbATtexcursoiu left Jbbt' atream. Tit
'""'"' ,f i "' ST. AUOUSTWE i intrepiJ, nd enterprising character,, possessing orJ red commanding officer of measures.?' The meeting was determined l It i isreportetl ''thatatlhe 'copper tnlti cs a-
E. I" the
/ were by
,11. '' \ j the same qualities in war, that huve'recently to press it, "at all hazards Next wok ,..thenctilD' bove El( Paso, thetd- .' abo&l'lOO nie\bate
Inpursuance. July 6th: 1850. J- rendered the Seminoles such troublesome this Band to alter their.course for Camarpo, will commence. The deed is. to...beI copper lyirig'upon the uroUtid. 'lliiihid'Seoo' f"

o ;1 "of a Resdliition l passra June foes.This against which they protested. They! ,then I done on Wednesday. It: was tbe ..opinion in I gut uut'bf \IL'XiC,avid abandoufcd, whea I- >

8th) 185.0,4 Mee 109 of theP cmocrnti party section of the Florida Peninsula' was then took their waggons by for I
.ol,r St. Johns-'County; was held nt the ,ti .and called lho'ouinry of Calos, the name of the them,to the aforesaid city. OrA rrival in that :' c&ljld I not. pass the House, w many Southern I I MTherearefltEPdsbfirr the hand td& -.
Li Place' 'designated. Col. CAD HuMriinETs.was Cacique who ruled over, many chiefs and I I voTes were against. it. It',would require the I ent persona ?! Ifiv C' > rge u mquqts ot aiber
elected whose dominion embraced the Everglades, city;the Administrador (Collector of. the port). nearly unanimous support of .tba Southern ore,taken from tha. \ .!* hbuthcod,.
standing I, Chairman. and CIIAS. part of.the coast, the, Florida i Keys, (known, examined the papers and retained the money I members carry it. i With guaranuv Jif it1es,1.i to'ice .an; ,PJOe
I yAACEB do. Secretary. then as the Matyr Islands,) and portion ofthe but proposed to Mr. G. and \ \ if they would Mr. CLAY attempted yesterday to; induce tection froni,J mhp tA.A rt tlJ would

.... The meeting, being called to' order, .Ihcfol-( Bahama Islands, it,i is supposed pay the men that Intercepted them, on the road I the Senate agree that ,the vote on..t4v engrossment elapse before yll,tti9 ,,, ,l (aII: (1'J4rp
,., Rowing! resolutions, were offered and:' At the mouth of the river entering into the I I of the bill betaken on Wednesday qaahtities uf .'kpt.tQibis
: unanJmously remuneration, that they togetherwith
8'500 as a "
.., ; adopted. Straits of Florida, was a Town called'MToco.. next. But it was found that man)( l5pt.ccbas place. 1IIUa; _
.. On'mot iOn' ; t. bbgo," ut ,which, when first visited; by the their waggons and the money'' wouldbe I were to be made on the subject,'and)/it is not And if you 't ,ma$_ WYtd ',
\ or W.,A.' Forward,it 'was whites,there w fifteen hundred inhnbi nta permitted to proceed their place of desti certain that the vole can be obtained, before by order of Senate in }$4 rja
RosohxdTbat;; we pprpve of aclion of the The inhabitants of this Town were hostile to nation without further molestation, which proposition the House.bath acted.SLAVE the:[ source,uf on.dthOi; brancbesi-cfwe.'Uila

Democraac, nvemion,. held at the Mineral the dwellers in the Caloscountry; nt.tt e lace.tion Mr. G.and ,W. would not comply with, 4' Rriver, "copper Dud gold mines" laHdo\_ .
,:; P.rIPFon the I1tt ult. and that ivo do b Y,ac. or,the town of Tocoba- J: supposed to LABOR IN THE TERRITORIES.. end ifl .anmot.Krcatlj mUlultqn.it, will,tor a
..cJamaiio.concur Jn.the! nomination! of Major have bcon on St.. LUClb Sound, near. the mouth, but protested' against ,all their proceedi .- HOUSE or RE ESSS'TAXIVES, June Jt.1350. out that the Mormons are in.posscssiojiof thu
.JoABBEASDTisCundidate! for_ Representative to I of St. ucie river, which forma it junction with They then were, .ordered to ReynoSa,the wag Dear Sin In a speech delivered by you in richest kind_of mines,east of;the i ie/riv Neva
i ongr '* the sound and then empties into tub 'sea, so as R ova, specie, 'tcc. tire?Placed under a strong the House ot Represcntativesjn*"Mureh' {I..st, da. It is known too., that 4Uve; W>d.c6pper

On motion\ of Geo. Center,it was further to make the figure, of n cross, the St.'Lucie guard and taken ::to .Reyno At this place,' I understood you to say that you'had been in mines have, lor many years, been >orktal in
RfgoheJThti this sound and Indian river forn.inu the, beam, and r 1 the valley of the ,Great Salt Late, and thatyou Ncw Mexico and I am informed tit ,UubS. !
dicut that Mess mecring 'deem it t!z pe4 and'the St. Lucie forming the arms. There !they also- protested against all the proceeding 1 were acquainted, from personal observation Smithesq that theniareih.th rT rOf1. gold (

xCouuty auuch a. time Meeting and behcl.i., in St Johns was also a to'wlfon the the Jiamiriver. ':& taken against them. On the' third' day with a large part of tbetersitory; ,of Cali silver c6pptfrend! and zinc-ininc.1)f tbdfi-W;

.: : ->tee hereaftei to-appointed place a* the Commit. Thp.Indian,to wns of the Glades, 'when first they were.ordered. .to this city, and on arrival' fornia. .Will >you be so good as Ju give,me quality, add that fhe, reuaoa :cods Ujsy. turn. .
Ifi q ,' .. iff may selectVarid. discovered contained each out'futt person > opinion, and the reasons for entertainingslave t net latterly beep kCotkscrtot'iamtet = vaf
4h, tblt |)?erpttcratsi : Sr;, Johni.; do I *; the matter.VM-brought be fore the 'Admintstra- your > .
ntf Cale glhaEhi pVirrforly oiR 1i tftwUs fit oC ab' iT A&Jml QLtstrgrQg '
> psubabi (
,fiive a arliebutt the ;
at Manuel Luis del Ferro
: same time and place the, .of thun of which dor (Collector) Don ,labor into of lha t er Iri'alinl'it' ,
,unrtcr, .tbuldi..ectioD'and numcs ,morn gulf tire given auy port rotaryrecently ; ie ppifitoo."cms rout 8 is
: Committee. rnanogcment'of's, id by Spanish cfptain,, Iscajaiile who by who-ccid'cd.thnt. f the passes were illegal and 'acquired! by the United States from by what history-we-caa,:get ort Ib a'

ship wreck was thrown among this people with the money confiscated:. Mr. G. and ,VV. appealed Mexico; provided such introdctiou be, not prohibited that when these mines Shall come--o e e'plor-'
And on motion of John !. Fontane, !it was iti Jilly, years,of the, -discuvery; of Florida.St i to the Dis. Court, where,it was decided ,bylaw? ed, throe*wealth, wilt turn out tor$teentiririuus.
J7rrolred 4 That Mathew' SOlona,P ter'enrl, Lucia Giver I wish id obtain in regard to other kinds of When! ,you have, once east loureye ,pert
I a p. Center, William Uunhnm, F: Jlumphn.yst { in their favor. labor, as well agricultural, ; because, as i that country lying West of fhtt Rocky'Huuo-
B E. pupontJamca N'., Gould, Sylvester Mn- The above interesting account of the'Ancient The Administrador and Dist. Attorney, then seems to me, a most unwarrantable, if not a tains and Last of the Sierra Ne.titda and are

jb 'nucy, Gut+) liumphreys Corn JlU& lilt wut. F. inhabitants of St. Lucia.County, is copied from appealed to the District, Court of Nuivo Leon, most disingenious attempt has been made, to informed of the+ peculiarity'of.lliegod'bear| .
L.U arc Ezekiel Brown, Philip Goinez.Gcu. life Jacksonville Republican. This section of I where there are no doubts, judgment'will, be.iu lead tbe public to believe that nu form of stay ing region,you at once.becoma con theist that
.i .(;olec, Albert D. Rogero, James'Pelliar, E. labor will ever be introduced there, because, the United Stales b ia poss&tjion oJDiDallwealth
of Messrs. G.'and W. This
favor transaction
J. Medieies, James A" stickler, Andre'Papy, country attracted the attention the early possibly, i it may not be introduced for agricultural so vast' that ape will not bitable to
.Cristobal Bravo and John:C.' Cariova,'be and historians, In 1773. Capt. Bernard Romans is with no other motive ,than to defraud Pur sel5.I measure, its extent,, And, when These mioe

,are hereby appointed a Committee to carrV out ascended the St. Lucia River, and at page these Americans of what belongs to them, and I A reply at your earliest convenience, will I shall beginto ho tQdeTeIopedaml bi. -

i the foregoing resolution with power to extend 234 of his History of,Florida alter givinkdescription ,a what they have worked hard for. oblige. Yours very, truly, tionablcr richness known popuIaUoa will get
invitation to Major John Beard tind other? Domocrats False are the foundations : HORACE MASS. that way,attenSfd with the usual'cd ttutICI
I residing out of the county, anal l such of an Island .extending from Indian pretexts upon : //on. S. R. Thurston Delegate from Oregon high prices.and a demand for labor,. :l.w
1 other persons within the county. us they. may River, Inlet to Hobe which he states as which these thieves rob- Americans of their labor is li eothor other &jfottt If'I 4il1wbertl 1.

::,' ben it proper to Invite. being 39 measured,, miles long tQ Latitude 2G I property,clothed with aUttle brief authority( WASHUGTOX, June 101850. ',t w testalibea,' IItnu1r.rnfifttc,

,:. A hearty"three times three" ," teaa" then given 55 says: "AV24 miles South of the Indian Riv they take what.they please from Americans* I received a note from you some days ar o, say at'wiU' e-Obese it:M bi e

/or, Democracy jn general, and for that of old cr inlet there arc Rock and direcly opposite and !let them look to the U. S. Government for' making certain inquiries, but which, up.to thiatime part of the producinjr capital; w.where (\ tMzq
,I have beeu unable taanswer. I desire those, inIl1e1'aN located
'46t.;. Johns in particular, and .ilin> meeting ad- the Rocks before described is the mouth of redress, knowing the sam time that' when to take no part- in the Question .now dividing whole regions 'are ;J1Jtta"'wijti. r; 'Tlratrtt'.ii. Ir r

nirncd jb the first Saturday in next montli. St Lucia River which has a wide kind of bay a reclamation is made upon their' own Govern the country; bnt as you"have, asked my judgment little less than certain, and th&lprodtably da pa

\V /'r.; G. UMPHRE\S, Chairman for eight miles 'up stretching first N. E. 40 ment (Mexico) that they will! be ,out of ,office upon a matter which appears to be a worked by slave Iaboa Jt .

r P,.AS..:HAAGER;Secretary. W.. four miles, then W. four miles more, and no }where to be found. Such. U the State disputed point I cannot,consistently, with th e. edce,WCrC I a tloiitharn rrwttisridt. '
law of,court sr, refuse you an answer That. InTesied in;slaves,'I shou'3 cc .We .
when it divides into two branches, one coming oftbing. at present. answer will bete, conformity :with what I ate in, Nt" Mexico UtiQ .
Eleiitiou Federal 1 ;Calms r.
Officers by. } from the H.outb"the other from the N. \V. by Gen. Francisco Avulas.has been' the princ'ipal ,.I have frequently said heretofore, _;in; private slave 'labor, Worthy of an s-honorabte"caMat*

t thePeopJeThere'probably N. this I Iit last appearing the principal I went up actor in this tragedy, he Has said openly! conversation with gentlemen on this subject. to secure. .. ,{ s *

never "ras a time when the for ill miles, reckoning direct distance,aud that'jn the, event that the Courts decide in the The point. ofinquiry ,sterns, o.be", whether I am,sir, with due eonsideratk tOMtis* (

SoUl her;r : found where less than 7 feet ot he favor, of Messrs. W.R. Glover and Winer he slave labor could be profitably employed I acurs;.. .
i people more considered the necwm. no water; Utah \ '*
rewill Oregon, California. :.and New_ Mexico. 3 n,aiL
ty of relieving the office holder from rvilene'S I i the river became narrow, and partly oa th not and shall notgive up their inopey.1'I1is .-. If the nature of the climate .and resources of Ran Horace Mann. ,. ,

-. o'the Executive, and of m- king them rcspon- account of obstruction, 'of logs, partly on account mnn Gen. .Avalos, was a Captain of a these countries are such as to furnish, a profitable t .'. 'e
Bandit Band on the road from the ,Mejrico _market for slave labor,it appears to be FOWL>:IIJAlyp: .w -
.Bible tothe; people {/irj tho vicinity j jn,, which' of the rapidity of the stream, 1 left tho city'of I a
t ; conceded, all sides, that it, would be .One ofth roost euriou vhu'rtbti
to Puebla,and pen. Santa Anna de on. introduced e plJ'
tae l' exercise their,,offices, instead of to the vessel; and'going up by land; found the riverat Lopez if left free to seek, profitable! investment cltywhichistthoaraaet igsj

'J President than during' the slavery agitation of last to run through a vast plain the baok.0fJbe being afraid of him offered to;,give him a Col', like other capital. The whole point at I be :; ; 'pewTeroaSwtfSt:

..;'l helasyweljre 111 1, 1 months.: *fOt the B uthernState.' : | stream only being fringed with a few commission in{ tije Mexican Sd Dragoons which issue then, is dependent, as, f jits 'conceived! P olpgfcar tSSL'{f N_ gjrleit.

the m'lcm of the p coplp! wertt.in lilvur of the trees" this.is the river which as. I was told bya he accepBrig.Generali teel and {snow promoted to Brevt. I upon the. determination of the:first point'of i inquiry. street Yells, br tbe.Cllatori JlallJJa.1dio,:r.

outbern tvith Spanish pilot and fisherman of good credit an4 'in command of this'frontier' Hence to that point,only, it is necessary the bead This establishment jDaJ' colJlid
Coi.tintioflnd a feeling as
: ? for me to confine. my answer. Batters, o. ie pJti t1Ol C41 sad
i ;amounting almost unnnimiVv. it cannot but proceeds'from the'Lake Mayacco." There I snow line; *j*9 i I need not remind ofjtbe law I'h7J1oI< optopaZpda, of this ,

\ le'supposed'but that:some' ,of the Federal rQr. an .inljqt at, the_ t iouth of the ,St. Lucia ,' These outragp cannot.last loo ,*and all that tbe investmenvpf capital.you It, will. always regulating where ,.wOtl arotgtter ,ter rG the r "

,! -. llcg'ra were so, inclin d"", fit .lact' m? few. in-, River atlhes9, rocks,.the UU LucU? .Riv.er.bavinff is.y>J.lp JJbjtaago94.jepriCBaod> for they where (under all circumstances it will yield go Humtin Life,aaa it hrct< lltsl. r Jfod. '

\ i i I :different of co.419 enc acted with the people since it Was visited by Romans forced itsclr"throJgb i have nearly forgotten; ,hal has past. I the greatest return to the Dwn ,: Upon this to on sultthelr lire gtarnd'footot'tmj 11-qc; t>rq Jir.i r.-. ,
t the island into the On'tbe' Ford of.the Texas principle Jam; very clenr.tfcit slave labor if r UiJ4'i.oceof. '
n I I wbile0thsraw'ti! | | disposition n but for ocean. Capt. Rangers came i in i unrestricted, could be del0te4 to3hebusl l 9f pub(f CatiOti't i-
fear of tb' Hobe'Sound the British had a settlement contact whilstscouthg 'with a. band of about'r employed in Oregon, the other ;
"J t ; incurring dtsplearare of their Sov- qujte ]i with at least double the profit to the owner of tc Utecollesrtioti Of head- _
[ jerelgnWre driven to'thtf sacrlrjcp of their in- -the.ruins are now; visible'; 20 Camaqche Indirns ; the Indians fought man I|E the slave that it now yields in any State of the doctrines skulls,and of whatever else may 11Iiutratv th6 .

.wdepeiidence: The fjajl weat forth,4en Taylor Dntch Wreck Of Specie And Platein for man,and it resulted in three being killed.,I Union. I.am uniformed as to the usual price students of nature GalUSpurzbeim will ,and CombesTTlise
the Nashville. tbi and ,one taken prisoner. Capt. Ford's jof slave l labor in the States, but the price nUn the latter belidel
;s opposed to Convention, i s these.days while the thirst' for hiddentreasure com-1. !, paid to Indians .in Oregon during the a larjse variety of the heads mineq&nq t

vas enough,,the.hprdo, of depend utf from the is drawing thousands.uPon thousands 'many numbered; 18 men-one was killed and I year,for labor, has ranged'from. two to three past nations,Jl1Any Inteaestmg s Pa- linens in the. de-

,} 'high oltjcial.to.the. picayune pensioner were to California, and nearer home, Cumberland several'J) wounded. Capt. F.says, that the Indians : dollars per day. Domestic negro servants; ,parlmen The "comparative anttomy, & -
td arc brave and they fought with bows.. :I I whether male female 'who ublications cr.l da.bper.eait "
/ 4 jcmpcllcd; act accordingly or jeopardize Island is delivering' the secreted deposits or understand the Phrent.f oxical 4Af
up .
j : r .a: iheir office. Th Conveniionhas f been 'and:' still This Captain'is as brave as he is cour ioaJ. I, business of housework, would command. which Journal e, mq .-ziw. .
it clrculate"ove"J
I ,of former agas may .not, be uninteresting reddy; fife or six hundred rn1
I dollars a year. I .
i.* in tine la ,boJdang ate5t takeau.iy i!( the Witer Curo
$ >ut
opppjscd }
I call attention to a probability of their being recollect well thlt
l to ,there was.a mulatto man l
; :the _IdyeBcef' fJbo..oll c holders and "Pigingltt"some'where about the shores I r on boar;'tha vessel in which took t.ualauon! fJCO".1fhlCbc&bo'te'
J The the
ELOTKMEHT w New Orleans oP' ."wi
t' .ol1 .e,5 krs and- ..thal.qppositioi would'appeara Lucie in i said 't from Oregon to San Francisco, whd was paid
St. cou Romans
of bis hi
fr. '
e !s. True Delia of the 29th ull. says :"Circles of. hundred by ,M; Hr
iii one and
s .j < nothing. 'fhis state of things i is seen tory says,page 273 : ] the ton .were'thrown,into n terrible'state of exJcitcrnent ., his services'i as cook.eighty I will dollars'r to'particUtlarize month for. Wo ,?J thet'.wW,f 3. HwSSftSwtw

I an.l the people,.now realize more than'ever the "No rivers pf any note fat into its! nqrtpern yesterday; by: the announcement of.]I further, in regard. to hotstop the' inducements- and We qa'p PUij1M.r Pftjcr.flp&r .

.' power of Federal' patronagq and the flange branch, ((Indian River) except St. '$ b o. i land eJop ment.oa" nesdaT' rnight l Jf: The ,; Oregon would officer to unrestricted slav l labor, 1Y, day" "to Uie... wb jecfalpw ate
; : 'i, pus manner ..1{I.which it pan bo used against i iw directly! opposite to whose mouth happened' I ; fair' uncMiss--ii, a 'budding beauty, of but w.lllainplr addtbat; a.,eylarl nutnb u7 ppgagetu Indeed -ffjsgstt / 0 t
I the of the Spanish Admiral; which I scarcely' 17 summers, and an heiress, and the I of s1a'ves 1r! via oftetrr' w -JJ .
w shipwreck I m Ftfcu

Institutions eel'
jspu'hcrn aqd free .) I o""belmpIO 'in
( Oreg .
1 I UnihY was the uorthernmost wreck .of fourteen gal-::.I gay Lothario, Mr-n, who bone her off la1I I[at-annual ,: (uMiieiij".sthi.mifljoca'nI, 'r.t
tit Sirs wages sufficiently
r,' ,' .l", ,, : rautcirial: Y'I! h t e p:1tfonago: Qr Icons, and a.hired. Dutch: Jbif. all '}den withspecie I(. triumph, is a prominent member oftheNew, their .freedom 1 think large to; purchasei Jl'Mt. ti.1 I ,- **.<* r c. j !
; : .' the'lgbv "rh'ih.'ul: maybe, necessary'to sustain and plate; .which by stress: of 'northeast it:!. Orleans bar The_ parents of the :1)'oung'lady;l tbepoiatlasetjledsofatas,0| on is cSnceS5 Tbia 8d iarh oe.

I. r utiat r"1tborir1, but in the.United Sates winds were drove ashore and"lost op this i 'are of couiad.hdlgnant-the mamma particularly -'. cd; and .| ,,:l1ve ,a r'i.tit had,been feftw ,I ; ; ) ,
and a
I' ttuvc.rurnrnl is: "or should be,"of universal I coast, between this place and the bleach'yard{ arid disinheriting the disobedient'"free ta seek. rolilablef\emploY men .would a 1f9' H& .
perverse beauty, we understand
redit 'ft' .
": t ,'..1Jirr.a'." tJ Jr Jh! people.. ,! and !h'1 1t 1t ]]I, As to &'.t&o;*ain&;,&I am that equally tt Territory'clear. Cai-;1 its Pau. aw mod IA"11' fU1ratiOQ ,\ mut B..

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8'Atn"B B I f BALtofois, Bune'O, 12 M. I Ir IS PBOSPtcTia. Lo.at CaIDIT.-:t !:1 tIce. THE-MAGNOLIA. 0 ;

_A I 'rie4Ld'u' ecvieapen4ent o(4bek "ten I r I Table Rock at'Nil clni Falls, on the Ganad ', Ascertain to wu, nbf thousand miles from 'inH WO mouths from this date I shall present THIS 'establishment the moat d..nT3t.y! ,

i tItS. 0* account-of the birth % sjdejTel lfto-dJy with a tremendous crash.Aca ,. conneetk'ij'1snrcat lj : plrict* for' Irady Jorie .. my Accounts, and Voucher as Administrator .fmi; situated ninny in the City, having a pruiui"- I

.ftc .: >rlafre and six'persons Were passing over '8tl{c .there fur a year urttviynnd: scarcely oldie Estate of Manuel Romero; deceased to the uade of 175, feet facing South, and a street

,.. 1" 6rfag 1 tJ whole''towu itt the time. The persons' "escaped; buVibJp.carriaee .tyiridlcivc dollars. ,in 'n.h.'Iu 'the, wuy "ofbuUiriess Judge allowance.of Probate of 6l, Johns. County for settlementand running parallel with the River and Ocean, consequently -

'We1 .ofail the church was taken over with the,fock. paati .bevswnx. vvixxl, COi1iII niij vJOHN M. FONT ArrE Adminatrator. not exposed to the Worth Eeast WiDd,I.u ( -

lMIW .tot" fJl can. .ad by the rapid Dr. Webster hay written a letter to Covernor other chicken zixIn .' :pnitittitL tbo, circulating St. Augustine. this Iastseasonundergonr. thorough repairs ani,nt.w

aneI! ef goveroroent mnMDerf. The Brigfj-acknowledging: uiat* he killed Dr, medium and ure.by all parties'rcco nisea';, ___., May. 18.1850. vies with any similar.Establisbmcnt in the State.being
w4eg" oMce, too vu monopolized br the ,. Pnrkman but denies.that It was murder, aud. a* tru and lawful substitute fur this' current j i I Notl "e. built of of wood and. perfectly exempt front dampnea -

JOler.UR"tIIIt-the wIres were nce* JinU 1 in 1 prays for n commutation, of)his $ent t1ce. coin ot'lhe Republic.. Trtdin i ill uU the go. {I. f 11. Months after date I shall! present my account others.*- The itself high will recommend this it Invalids House sustai nni.

oerato. aad o1ftcJ.al l dlsptches wen sent One day, the fashionable tuilor ol the place K9! 'nlvonchenaa Administratrix of the estate of from its reputation *
numerous it will be the
,the feurcogwni elHo '. A .' tol F.Autor AEiotiTEs--Al a m JCTJnp f of.'the took unto himself. a' wife .-tho next day the Charles W. McMain decea d to. the Judge of Probate aim Ms*.guests DAVIS, to sustain. The present table proprietress is- :

wouldMlb''W l thJ.. 6oUe London Jollowin- city crier came to get measured apair of of Alachua Count/ fora final) settlement of laid supplied with the choicest Game, and Fish t'
Astronomical' Societyiho; Oysters t
.' |I..estate and shall at the same tide apply for letters of
and amfurfei) wR .b UI; aod\ wbether og- extract pf ,/ letter from Wf, Richardsoo, pants., ; which our Forests agd Waters abound,and no pains 5 t twill
dig mUsion
as Administratrix .
of which all
jam wiuinkely to be invaded by Fnte-. dated off.JcrUath., 25th of January8$0;>as 'H w voujd you like ;.? make" me ,tf pair: of interested in said estate will take notice. per be spared to make the visitor of this- IIowe' I

:whetberiho Chartists had again 'orgDDIr.edUJ8eIyelt.or read:;,. .. .', ,.- \, pants fpr.tradel'said: he. : MARY McMAQT.jfdministRitrix. pleased and satified. -
whether there was another red- MI will trouble your ordship by tile\ nien- VVhaf f kind tradeKave, you on hand inquired -j Very rctfuly.!

bat rebellion In Ireland! If oned feeling*wero- tion ofthe astronomic, pheporpinnn. which urr i he man sheafs. '. _,. June 1st. 1850. THE PROPRIETRESS.St. .

alt.xe ted,' how cheup and flat one must feel rcstc4 terrified, the attention of She whole of 'Wl'y,"u.t cane let rue' have p uirof pants. AugustineJan. 1, 1850. '

wHen"Wformed that The whole of this ;rand this coast soino.'two, months ogo This was and I will pay* you .&, ,: cryll your .lost I Oticc i is hereby given, that application will .be Choice Groceries Provisions &c .[

hubbub wa'dftuscdl birth of a royal 1.ftpJ the fall of a shower, of aeroUties,, with a bril. children mien tlicy s-ra'jj&lfnm liime.; "? i if( 1" tnade for amendments to the act incorporating ,

Yt-r! QMch JVjctoriarmadt ft ;present on Wed. liant streamiof them, and The.tailursaid it was a tong credit, but he the Presbyterian Congregation of the city of S:.Angtutne -' FRESH Groceries Provisions, snow discharging ;
nesdttiiiit 'to the natipn called Great Britain ,' light accompanying went homo: to ask his wifcr. at the next:meeting of the General Assemblyof brig Benjamin Carsur, ISdaynfrom New a
which extended from Tunis to Tripoli.-.- some Florida. York. We solicit the attention of the < Trade pn
of:anmhar of those 1n.tcreIiauP little.strangers J! of the stones full/ftg in the 'latter city.: The 'I'm' a ; ;T -.-said- a '' who had Sf Augustine, March 30 IBM- >vate families and others, to the large and extensive I
g"'ftl .
ihfWro iJbw WrehVjf lht 'ddiigUi! !heit| psy'po J. .
Dud | several and
alarm W s-very great In Tunis, and Stock now being received offered to the Trade It
and very e.\penife ,national plaything*. .> a I| Jews aud Moors instinctively fled to-the British been'Yc pn' a hcndcrfor a week. .1'1 .1, For Sale. original I packages, customary trrm at Charleston

few years, thb people, tUfc tradC9-pcOplea* I Iwfiia Consulate, as the cotnmoft refuge from :, thelorcinan'yourc; a great ."I1n. 'A tract of Hammock land, situated and being near prices. .
haICcockcc, and consular virdischaraed. the Picolata Road, about miles from
j-oits ten St. Au-
the will fiindthitt you may
of ittitwn
Wirking-rrt 'every kind of evil nnd danrjei The fall of 200bbls Flour aborted brands, 95do Pilot Bread
the named "Et 114._
gribtine. at place Sprin
. totrtc vry heavy additional tax. itl will. follo"cJ tho bushels Corn. 75 baU-s
- these aerolites"was severest t 'Well/snid Impose I'd better Brand containing 500 acres which tract 20 do assorted.Crackers";150Q
ubc presented to them A(1tltbca they will mur. tim fnhabitant ftf the.typo/thcn gers bags Oats,50 do Brand J5 bbls.Me** Pork. :
or coldest winter which ,on.' Exit. i I. Whs granted to Flora Leslie. on tbo'12th. April J 815
inpr,u I tUu.e Uard.e\'epal! Englishmen mur Tunis And Tripoli haye) cvpefianced far many go STollrl--A and surveyed 17ia June,.1817. 2 Mull Shoulders do Bacon. 1 do Ham Itkrce }

.4 Afr.11UZthiS lit tr wjtItharty < '!!lt, hOUri years." '.' ... j -.' .. k I TnEuisT-lVAJiKEE lady passingthroughNoirTHawphirG V Apply I PrnatBESKT. ., -S -. ;, dried Beef 15 bbls Lud. 35 'kegs do. 25'do Butter. .
1 'f t i Ihe fullowt .
,,1ButtJbrbrCJtei! .t F9.At tb..ii.wsflkinguuge "" S WILLLUUR-CLARKE > Seas-Its Cheese,30 boxes :do, 3 half bbs! pickled rI
'tI f 'mt1s .fJJ'PQ ilic'd *' ,''Prixwusii*** | -f elecnoo--- '*:.& r1stx I a-nn: if- inc notic6vbh; a board! Horse'' takpri tu rraw. SU Augustla ,-Aprif 6,. 1850. '''''' I Tongueil2.bbls Stewart's SngarVlO do laiddried do I

Lon .taiU th ree-stil II Ins Iud six priie, short .- -- do pulverized do., 2 boxes Loaf do, 3 bhds NO'
-. that it is onct&_ re our oy44tiJcLO <*&<**? lord cfjcoiiMiJcrable fortune jind"mtere t, weitoyer4ohi& 15 !
'f, of dutiful foci ;
.-- fadings | Q Victpriwhich dicgiugpotatoesAnd thus addressed him : of the !Innd th :rcasorj for The tlfll TenPw of fin HE undersigned as Agent fur tb; m-pective sacks Rio Cofl" f'. 5 bj Attests Black Te*,20 box -
10 bt.jsrery fVW..iG4t&cccMionllolter Majesty'colls 1 nes- "P.HJy! ,bow do! you dp ?" "Paddy'unaccus- pricft. lie) apsvvered yousee, ma'arn, the JL proprietors offers for zae'ixcccdingly'reis6n.able Starch 40 kegs Nail T3 1 CS Pepper! 40 bags shot

forth in I loyal unJiralntfwcotiw r &.t'r.rtut'be (uuud: to such a ..tialutdtion. Booked widely u- !'loitail b can brush away the flies,; but the terms, the following l lands amongwhich are some S kegs Powder. 200 bars:. Lead?25 bbls Putty 15

Ti tbo aecord- round to, sue from whence ,It could roine.' I short ones are so tormented by them that they : of the mno valuable Cotton, Sugar' and Tobacco. boxes assorted Glas, 2 bbla Louisiana'Oil, 2 do Tur- ,
I can hardly eat at all.. lands in the State. pentire, 30 kegs white Lead,2 bbls whiting. 15 cans
f chita I* born to strengthen a O ) perceiving his landlord and taking oA his -
I Verdigris, 5 bbls Coal Tar, 10 baskets Champagne .
.. ibucdadtioo* have ever been hat, be .ans-vcrsd, "pretty wellsir, 1 thank : 'S
in of-bur Southern legislatures 10"baaket Cider
u.W3g one ALACHUA Couwrv. Wine. 10 cases Cordials, Champagne -
; !
If tatTta die wttliutf homage of a free1poi41Tbes I hopo I ceo w U. The IandLgrtlcontinued l "
b ,will weaken vout you prc civing a mosquito alight on a. neighbor'shand T 9. R 18. Sections 11.14,I5,22, A bbls Mackerel. 2 borai Codfish, 20 do.

toyat children conversation by nking, 'what immediately arose, and adrcssing the In"9." 19 ; ." 238101112131422. Herrings, 25 sacks .Salt,, 30 ,do table' Salt, 2n'
'. thA&a tho peoplu news have Paddy, ia this ot heworld. ,
I .helOenameDt'or you putt Chair, resqueXted that tbC"motquit have leave S 34.35,30,18,21,17,27,5.C.9. 5
boxes Tallow Candles 10 do Sperm do do
fur their (a- ?" To which the "in *
.&I0 pay"awmous tenant replied, his 1 .
', withdraw bill., Adamantine,dq 30 do extra Soap, 2* .do fami-
rtBrt eataMfebments. However, hero irutnttirI have none t.iilt1 think we "
, except ; In 9.20 ; 19. 22,26. 27, 2S,29.30, 32,
"Tho .ahlllsool hnvo election Ir do, 2 tierces Oil, 40 j boxes, _Raiscn, 2 bbls.
'ia klsebeo&the.'tbird.) customan sgns an or some fiych sort i blind 'with three lettcrcs ,I' 33,34.
"Spcll pig said
of puWic ft1Qicing by which Uioconinry buI of.thing;" .Thelandlord DlkCtl. "what make littlu urchin lo his school mate. a In 9 vi"- 21 r" ,15, 19,O,21,22,28.29, 30, Almons, 1 bag Ginger, I bdl lions, 5 baskets
Jnf frince have H, think 2" : Sweet Oil, Id do Mustard, 1 bbl Rose Cordial.2J .
ulfe) dt IcCiined' Its you so Paddy The :tenant replied, :..) can't 32,33,34. '

iaIitv fl1 Ii truth iu, them far" beyond their .i'unly because your,honor .tievgr Dze* me how ;uWell, jjueltpig, rcpliedthcother.then." l, In Jo." 18 ; 23,10.11,15,22,23.26,27., pipes Brandy, I do Gin,6 quart: casks Wine, .

"j'lkcro' 'n,_ HimporVr fThrougbout tho edo, .except about thut time." 34,35,36. 24 do Brooms, 6 nests Tub, 40 reams wrapping
"IM-g. In" 10 19 7.8.17,19,2030. 10 BChockoIate, 5 boxes assorted
*whote oiWeJy when I Tntormed dozeas! ; paper
r ft Trmco, wan torn the only I All thesrarribteri in Ban. Erancisco were "That's three letters; knock out the cyei In" 10" 20 ; ". 13, 14, 16,28.29. Preserves, 2 hhds Leaf Tobacco, 15 boxes .assorted .i'

II I rNit1itt, tst I obuined Tor the intorma- burnout, by the late tire, according to a letter and Xhepig'a blind, ain't it .V < In"10"21 ;. 1,2.3,4,5,6,7,8,9.10.11. Brands do. 10 do Pipes, 3 do vials Snuff" '

., 4& 411Ce he cffecti another bad job.I .- from a clergyman in'that city '..Io'tbe Newark I 12, i m pWb ii 15. Id ai4U') ) flg ,31. 16 coils assorted Rope, 7casks: pints Po ter, 5 i<

1 btj :1exes tt' torah, me'ct better be Advertiser. The'same writer says,during the John said, a Cockney solicitor to his son, In 10 2:7 ; 6, 18.'19.1n' do Scotch Ale, 5 do Wonoogabela] Whiskey H

j : for tire carts andjeams were haulling'goods r at see vou'll never do for an- Attorney ; you 11" '18 ; 24. 15 cases Pickle,2 do Olives, t do assorted Catsups : ]
' i 44ed WRCM sow ihe similar occasion cipres there cartalnj $20 a load.'ldnd: inlom lnstancesdrawmf. pay, fH&\anvhener-gy.. kuse'me, father,' replied In" 11"19 ; 1,2,9.11.13,14,16,17,18 2 do Sardines, 3 bbls,White Beans, 2 bbU :J

, 1 jx tiny "rr S&MiA: oa hero la falsehood the ,fourth in advance. Before ,night a frame was 'kip and John, 'what, I. want is some of your chicken 212330. assorted Cork's 3 hIt bbls Pickles, Cricks, I [h.J
, :was ct nearly covered on the burnt district on the north. ry'*. '- tn"11" 20 ; 7,18,20,23,24.E1-2 of 25 Laths, White Pine Lumber, Yellow do. Lime, \ .
ifl4i3a f "fle 4itwt of Koglaud pettk N1-2 of S
3Gn "
i i S 27.23.33.
. ide oCt he square! Such Js California. Hair Plaster&c. .
r I popular.ltl! B .aa4'" myriad*ot homes A clergyman, praying 'a.'camp-meeting / ll" 21 ; II 12.3IOIlJ2. 13, .14.15. Ii
i *
that whilrt othas i J9, 20.21', 27,28,29,30,33 The above are now in store and purchased )Sf '
4pryer ,
y lhM aijen in a most fervent for the of the .
Joe manner; power '
Pjetlahd Jnys he know a youth who low and with much shipment ]
.r Ry taj i odor1n1 homelessroiicstiteyet devil to curtailed zealous old lohd- 35,36.in at rates care as per 1i
time he hr a negro
wishesto his
t' a rockingianndherllouseinay every get glimpse at : 11 "22 ; 6.7,19.30,31ARREDONDO warrants. The several Invoicw are now }
I sweetheart has to'holler tire1 under her J ly exclaimed t
right being opened .retail.. 11Juae22" ;
t' "Amtnres! doLor tail smack GRANT.f ,l
I i bless cut be
wbich window. In the'alarm of tho moment she MARION COU.TTV. B.E CARIL.TaxCoflector's .
a bc. Hl"4nrhu I
the I oln" f 'j
plunges her hend ofthe window and amove t /
exclaims'where1 : In" 12" .
whose JSlJ.3,10U,214
\ monarch eepire ;
w,, c ) pouted on a = ... Solo. /
,j j 1.the sfe4 ftffusfl law and Ul1crt cs." Near, when he poetically slaps himwlf --- --MAlI ARRANGEMENTS.Due \ 'I- In"12"l9* ; 2. 6. lI"I, 5. 16"1. j9, Y virtue ofthe wer ves'ed f rune by law I shall
", on tbe' bo ctn I and exclaim*, Here. my 20,21, 2la" :..'' C.. ; pc
are sendmefc ii '
r>'aHlae metropolitan journals .' Touching isn't U. Mondays and Thursdays by. 12 M. 1 _up expose for sale before the Court House door iu
Hangolln 12".20 E 3-4 of ,
: fcrckonmjr nnd falseadulation, 1zilstbu Close' do do at 1 P. AI. ; the City oi 8t Augnatine on the first Monday of August
:. ( i Hr6' htsued daily Iran liuckingbain. Cd4TLo!: Urrt-Tl Ptt onlcei Comrmittee I. F4CAtiL .-, J In" 12 ':. 6'o', 1, 2, 3. 4. $, 13, |3, 15, next,the followrn jdescribed property so much
,1\1 I'atatnd lire ordered boinstantbo .; thereof will the state and ounttu due thereon -
1 ; prayers 'f ih United States Senate uf/.hicb : .. ." pay
I .- 1J..tr.r"tJ11 '&t''in all' the churches the Hon. Rusk is Chairman, have presented*a* .. 12." 22 ; '6. '7. 18.19 for the year'1849,and the necessary'expenses incident
I ;
I j Mr. GEORGE L. POIW having r si ned his'1CoRnm iAl1iDA t theretoviz; an undivided interest of 800 acres
6n.Aho. the reduction bf.th'e
report subject( : S CEO. it .
TIII'W Piusoxtn. 1| ion Justice of the Peace for til. Johns 'of land much of cciUsin made the
OF iDESTirriRci i -That I ? u a being 39 a grant by
aill 'St. 50. of
fEed fpotase accompanied by Augustine. Fe.b.16,
V .) ,
1. 'ht i ipqjsfuflyversfledLn ; providing County! will for the future attend totno duties appeartaining z ''lIp3n Government ne to John'Hufrus.and confirmedby i iI
'for' tbo etftitbltantui of the.ame
by! to his office of Notory Public,nod to thedraw- the Supreme-Court of the United States to said
tm %a d jSTJriiA$ lngeruiiy,1u14I4iLfrd Tlte'rutwsttt dowo>in ihe-bill' are ox foli .', ..#..TABIUTYT-SECUR1TY--PERPETWTY., I
+ t: Tw1I 4 higcsit of.n writIng.tI.,papua.. jhat ,m'7 be xcqnirrd ';, .. .:;, .t., : JtAr. 9Q,4)fj1j .' .*... *\; Huert jsitaateljp.8gandbeiagonU. e Su Johns river
4I *' ,.
< i3i vf 12m. : in the county of St John ,[F1 r,above a prace called
., tthb"prc ff[ ga i 2EC. : Ihl W nc& letter, tocctlts any 4t THE ltI'VTI1A.L'LlFE INSURANCE about twelve miles therefrom and \
'*', I. Ia '' ..; _.Augustine ,July13tb, 1850. ; the Ferry, below .
cJWAi distanbtf within 'th 'Uliitcd Ntatcx"jf I O- S < ,
.t pre-paid, .Cftolco Flour. COMPANY John B K yam?,bounded pn the couth by lands of John
, '. Jot *lag turnjptj %e-y": Held of. I and fire cents iftlot pier.paId. : Crackers Family, sugar. do. Hard Biscuit. OF NEW' YORK-NO.35 WALL St., Mure,and front thence.cost to the head of Deep creek '

; Mr, Ladar, r.lotipat witness watchIbi "; SEC.: I 2. Provides for boxes ;lofdepositc, ond !. BUTTER Pilot Bread, Nary fdo. extra 1\\11 ET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, r16H9J 900- taking m the east'and west bank of eaid creek and

tftR. lurly known as .Mnd Tom Eager. carriers ia lurgccitic, at bno cent per letter, brands Family flour, do J do do, Flint Corn. Rice L OOO;ecui 'invested in Bonds aud Mortgages bounded on,the 'north by the south west line of Toco

',4 The aiorney" who defended the prisoner en- pre-paid: 1"" Bariry.! Tapioca. Sago forwleby B. E. C&RR.May on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and) stocks and on the west by the river M. Johns, sopposed-*

. ded vhtko the testimony. of the witness SEC. 3. Newspapers the same as at present. of the State and City ,of New York and United beong to"John Benson of Brooklyn, New York.

: .hcJ9LorI 6 that Ie was as near to the prison.rs'The"ltbt IIan4 bills' to be ;h rgcdas(lelfef?.; Butter BDUt'r. States Government. R. BiCANOVAiSheriffandex.oJtT.:
Liarde' Al Hams,
of himself" but lal.\ Beer Tax Assessor and Coliretor'Januaryl
upon being SEC. 4. Frankling privjlegeabohihea. Expcnses Sausages Mess Pork Bacon Whonlder This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended .
iUrthef pre ed,'be cbolr,inid- "Ddn't! I know 'of nil congressional matter tdbecharg.ed &c for sale by > B. E. CARR. *, and prosperous business. .- 1350 S

\rhat the nttorn'V would be fat,'and that he'd to the continent fund,'aod paid out.of it. Porter The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif Tnx Collector') "ale.
Ale. &!T. S
try l/o/ make me swear f Faith I did so, and 8cc 6. The Postmastar Gcueral to draw APICES,, Chocolate, Rio, Coffee Teas Java. .Cofu ty-two per cent on all existing, policies on the 31&t B'virtue of the power vested in me by law I sha I 11
I ett ""' I knocked him sale before the Court House door in "
prisoner f9r
yJt 1848.
upon, the Treasury for deficiencies, under certain fee. Atom pta and ,Porter in and the January, 1'
, aC .*my knife and iho off limitations.C5LVAPOrULLTIO. English fits pta qts the city of St.Augustine on the first Monday of August .
article,Congress Vater in pis' and qta, All tbo. Profits are divided among
.' 4 flacy'miri mlljlitlrridw it hcxt day!" lleldsejck Champagne and next, the following described property, or pr !
qtJ pu,choiee. Principe 01kars -. the InMnrcd. much thereof will pay the State and County laX for :
"j I terr l j stetterneot was mournfully cor IN CITIES The Chief of John: .Andel'llJn'a flee cut .robaceolyer',
w 'W..IHi prfsofjrlh tho dock, who Police, in the city of New, York, hi* lately Honey Dew, 'Cavendish, Champagne Cider: in its The premiums are payable in y sh annually *emjtnnually the year 1849, and the necessary expenses inciden. '
added dim the
quarterly, interest being thereto, yiz 30 of land' and
: acres lying befog
I XIL1Pq wr jo tie Bench, crying made a report, which exhibit, in 'a forcible .nd pu.at retail, by B. E. CARR. deferred
payments. the head of Manltrio Creek, in the County of S-:.
., 8 I time in a piteous tone- Kh ( manner, the condition bf the poorer population Drl ti Apples &c. :
cash this .
The principle adopted by Company secures Johns, in the Stale Florida, about three miles Vest
: 1.:tV wi. Lr4 .s ewe enuf; he,did.cntp.me 1H there. It appears that there are, in that Lemon dried Apples, Almon, assor- to the parties for whose 'benefit the insurancesare I of the'city of St. Augustinejbuuaded North by lands of

':* o' The worthy* assistant bnrristx, who was justly! city, 3,743. cellers-. occupied as ,we!lines, by pATES ,assorted Confectionary, Cheese, effected, the whole of the advantages, ,without I Joseph Fontane,East and Went by vacant lands,and

'.1 ,at the'acl, veutcd his ;indignation ia persons who have no better 'residence;' that &., for, sale by B. E. CARR. subjecting them to the heavy drawback of 'accumulated south by lands adjoining Ba.hn.c\.l\Iills\ site granted

. :L .' ropueft terms .ad expre*e
ifeadttto witness In The dock; but the'I that the numbe of persens inhabiting; these Notice.' Persons may effect insurance on their own lives :...figures and marks of which are rcpre.-xntcd .in itf

i teeilWd to look upon tail starttiug rooms is 8,497. Qf these uooerrground'dom.! SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge of and the lives of others. A married woman can in- I Plat and Survey thereof made by Robert AfcHardy.

! : -- irfiMtcoBciasirelcjstiirjoqyastn.traifMT iciles 1,016 are reported as wanting cleanli- in and for the County of St. Lade (or cure the life of her husband the benefit of "filch are and' now belonging to ihs Estate of 'Edward K

. him to a civic crown 'instead of meriting ness, and J,7 38 are marked down a den n, letters of Administration upon the estate of.F. M.. K.JlfoKJUSoic secured bylaw for the exclusive of herself or chil "baon. S }
.:de<;4; late of said County. R. B CXNOVA. Sheriff an& ex.off.
'j '-ra ju4 ckl reprimand. The,population of New York, at.the last census dren. ; ,
r was 37 J.223, so that one person out of WILLIAM F. RUSSELL. Clergymen and alt others dependent*i upon salaries Tax Assessor and Collector' s. ,: c.

t "DEI'f.oOLUt.1t ArutK.-A Bride Shot!-couple every twanty, in that metropolis, e&ts, drinksundsleeps June 22d. 1850, are specially invited/ro avail themselves of a resource Jan 1,1850.. : ,,

i named Antbony Putnamo and Catharine Sounveyory runder ground.Vhen we consider Ifotlce. whereby their surviving fannies may. be secured Tax Collector' Sale

:. weVo married in Cincinnatti,a short time. thirstarlling fact, we no longer wonder at the weeks,- after- date shall apply to the Judge of rom the evils ofp nury. r BY yYiri"t of the power vested ia me by law IshaR,
.. and *hllo returning to the retideDce of of cities. SIX for sale before the Court House.door i i"
mee. vice our great Dirtand depravity in and for the County of St. 'Locie. for Pamphlets explanatory of the principles .(.Mutual expose
i be r 1 of the bride, a duelling pistol was generally go together. The man who jives letters of Administration upon the estate'"of'Joan Life Insurance, and advantages, with the city of St.,AuSuatineon the first Monday of Au-

4 .. r party by ft young man named Richttk. in a foul and crowded ccller is far more apt, BIXKEK, deed late of said County.WILLIAM forms of application,may be obtained at the office.of gust next, the following described property or so much

1 The Commercial ta) Ki experience shows to commit'a crime than F. RUSSELL.June the Company,35 Wall St., or of any of its agenft.TRUSTEES. hereof as will pay the state and county tax due thereon

4 i sixty shot entered the bride's fact, be who enjoy the blessing* of comfortable 224. 1850. for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses
.daad bosom Some shot passing her toot8litcf'ha and fresh air. It is in these cellars 1 cident thereto,yix: the undivided one third -or 1800
apartments Jos B Collins, David C Golden, *
of the
land Governmeiit
acres granted by Spanish to
i the face of Joseph Llnenkugel. Both moreover, tha* disease takes its rise, and, S Ifotlce. S Will J Ilyslop! Alfred Edwards. Samuel Betia,deceased, supposed belong- to John

w much injured but the young bride is in impregnatitiK the air round, penetrates to SIX months after date I shall present my ac R H 'MeGa",. Wm Betts U. Lewis and wife or of the estate bf Samuel Betts. S

an awful ftiiiMttion and It was feared she would the chambers of the more respectable portions and vouchers as Adminitsratrix of the Bred Winston; Joseph Blunt. deceased,situate lying and Jxing in the county of St.
die. It was impossible towsxtract the shot as of the community,, creating: the ..epidemicsvrhiohoccaslonally Esate of William;--"Gibbons deceased to the Hon. C W Faber : '. Isaac G Pearson Johns on Matanzas river,bQaoded south by J' W t"r'.

thcv n pro ,4ea!, In flcsd 1 fleb, apd so ravage cities. Among the Judge of ,:Probatelof Alaehna County. for .a final John P Yelverton Henry .We\, creek and east Matanzaa Inlet. .

I :.:, ",\r ilw 1. .Sbthd, it was found social evils requiring raorro, this foul celler setti'Jient fMid Estate, and/hall at.the same time,. Theo &d Wick, Wm Moore R. B. CAN07A,She rUT and ex-oS ,

Jh.I q ".Ii Jp.:'Tjiejqung busis population isDn .of thmost prominentPktiaddplua pttr for Letters, ( Dismission as such Admnl tra- Stacy B Collins. Zebedee Cook Tax.;Assessor. .. and ,CeUeetbr,a. j. c ,.

-a ..., PAWQ :coupl"WUI Bulletin ." .; T 1 .', tio., oCtwbieb al Penon.\4nMtI4d4i.* 5' .. raid ,Estate 7J'oh 11, uin53OtiiMfl1e; -' V "S. January J,'1850 'Jr --
: .5--
= take u& 1 L. l .
.'.,e .I I f'OffI witij'i woands, as.it w : 'JOhn'Wids'iorth Davld'A Conwock. Tax Collector i"1 '

r 4ke. out.' 1'hfht'Witu wot in great agony; a RLnza Coou.You're a pretty fellow! ,' ANN,JOHN rer Admintrtratrii, S.M Cornell, ,;: RpbWt Shuyler, .i: yvirtue of the powei vested d. me by law I
-L. crowd of torop three hundred persons was stiff the ,owner.of a wood pi1etoa thief, 'to NewnansviIIe,Fa.June' 3d, 1850.Pz1VLTT: Agent. Gouv Wilkins Jam Chambers, a shall expose for wc before .the CourtHouse

standing round. The fellow'' who discharged come here and steal my wood white sleep.I Jofin V L Proyn Joseph ckerm q. door in the,city of St.Augustine oi. the first, Mondayof

,' -tbJJfplsto!'had.toKenlucky;' Dr.Cooper attended 'Ye*,'replied the! thief 'and j suppose Paou Orncs. ST. JOBJCS-- .Cor.MT, \ Fred Whitttesey ,' Moses II Grinnell.. August next the following described property or
you Charles J
the unfortunate There 1 Ely, Wp Junker. so much thereof as will ? the state and'county iu :
people. were woulb stay tip there: and sec me brc k my back 13th' JIarcli, It150. \ John C Eugene"Dutilh. .
tlitdc l pesJotthcTecoreryqr.the wife--What lifting, before you \vpuld offer to, comedown ''NotIee.zepuois Walter Joy Crnger, Francis 8.La due thereon for the year 1843, and the necessary expehses -.
ihrop. .
incident'reto..viz : 500 acres of land situtte'dhri -
B sad aftairr'I' and help me. Adminytrators.GoBrdirns and ,others Alfred Pell J 0 Thatcher. i '
Bide of Johns
J ilieEaat the river St. being
,'/ who have failed to file in :is.fl( c. the annual
Mrs. Frances 'D. in Ittr. the JOSEPH COLLINS, President.. part parcel oCt tract of land known as the New
if required by
u : &- Gage ,a LOGIC.-A g ntlen18n' asked a country clergyman accounts t3fltI hereby notified, .
11a ,tbat unlcia the ISAAC ABBITT Secretary": I tiwitzer.and.! bonded north by I.neb.of. Mary: ,Dun-
SUite Journal gives her sex for the use of his for rnrne are presente'I withoat farther
pulpit a de- '
young JOSTTH Bum Counsellors \ ham public lands,south byjpnds belonging
east by
: delay,the of
fair hits : vine, a relation of his: unnecewary provisions tb? law, against'dcfautl '
G. R. FAMJASM, Agent k. Auguatuie Fla. to the t estate George A. NicoH, deceased, west by
in such
will be ,
New mattw. rigidly enforced.
-utt'lVoyears ego 'I-made a journey ,Tully dp not know said 'the '
clergyman St. late
t' ; G. FeblCth. the river Johns belonginj now or to Joseph
1", KnKod, aecompaaied by. my. husband also ,howorcfuac you; but.ifhe yjounp man could March HUMPHREY'S.. of Probate. W. Brown. .

'- my fatter-io4awy mh old man :uCtffourellCore preach better''muM, my congregation will he J6., --Groceries Provision. Ac.. R.B. 'CANOTA, Shf'rift"and ex-olf.

:t!have tten seen that old man 'offer his dissatisfied with nw, alter.wards; aud. if he -- is hereby given, that aU-months-- A, very choice lot Butter, .Hattaf.'ehniee'Hamsill S \Tx_ Assftswr .nd Collirior s. J. c.
Baken, Pork. Crackers,. F.h. Teas
Notice Coffee, ,
\1.;'m"icnefe4le woman of half or- less than could preach worse, I.don'tthlflk he'sjti. to preach. will present'to the Judge of Probtte eta &cby chf. Cypl'Uljua discharged forsaleby Spk Jan' 1, 1850. __________________
tge, wiiboat eretv*jwssing'tKrtico of tt .aU., of St. Johns County, for Mttlentent and allowance March I E.CARR. -Tax: CoflecZ '. Sale.

'luti bajrs, or the ritht otean which epto our accoanta as Executor's of the Last Will and : virtue oft ,vested in I

I. IIj.d .b* .Mr Wftdncas' and at ntion.a ..- : A Jury in Louisana hare decided that $1000 Testament of Alary'Reyes. deceased and ai Testamentary L INDEED OIL.Rosra White Lead, Turpentine., Varnifb B'shall expose for power sale before the Court me by House law at

4 tedy,of queenlyErncefrwn is,the amount, damage done 'to a lady by Guardian of her children, and further notice Tar and assorted Oakum 'Spikes Limes. Mellonville in the county Orange,on the first Mon
Lathes Lumber sale
.6.rt her eett... wnenterWM breaking her heartover 'breach"of promise,' is hereby given that we will at the same time apply Wieks, ,rot day of September next the following described .
P. & property
26 CARR.
4 ;riad, w a tMt. musical -in its and theN.Y.Globe thinks thata pair'breaches' to the said Judge, for oar' final discharge, as aehx.cceto"s Jan. .' .J' '-. ,'orso much thereof a i' will pay the state and

: ft Father;.,take thir arm would;set p1 tbalady fot ifc..f"* r and Guardians. -:--- Choice Grocerlf'; county tas due.thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary

I ... r!tarpraogtMeeVberinS : 4' : i r ._., i- Fovrraro TUAT Exec. and Test'ry Guardian. A' FINE 'lot'of .Butter,,Lanl. 'Cheese.-* anortedCraekers. expenses'incident thereto, to'wit : 2223 '

..t'iSe: b his;ever betin; our ,Why area handsome'young lady' lipt like r- "BIXTOLO' 't.OLUVXSU.'-1' Exec- and Tea"Guardian: JL Hams aeon, Fish Smoked Bee acres of land situated at the head of Indian tfiver.assessed .

.r 1e1 Jii'synonynkrtjs with' a a 'persimmon f Beccause,the more*jmf taste "' B; G. N. rUT/Agtot. and Fultaa Msret'.Beef.at ; i to P.\V. Loud. .

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Bn Iiica,.,Directors.s .. OP.FL RID St. ,Jotin's Coast, Tax Collector'. Tax ColleetQrllale. A': x" 'Oll@ePrirtua .!? _-
HOTELS.Magnolia *r1 ea 1'DJI. Sale IBy. '
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i '.i HrtelOn\ St.'George Str'U, nonh of For the Counties of Orange and St Lncie at Meilonville virtue of the power vcstej ja me by law I shall JJepote for sale before the Court House door, in D' of tbe.tcw et': ;. me'b: 1I".t
,on the third Tuesday in April. I for sale before the Court Housedobr.in "Il expose .taJi beffmt 'M'.t {fit.
l. the'Jrablic'Squars: and one door north of As'Meth- the City ol St.AogaiUne on the fint Monday of An- s
dist Church. \ For" the.county of. Putnam,at Pities,second Tuesday die city of 8u Augustine on the tatMondayiaAagaat guilt At extihelbHowing described property or.ao ranchthereofah MeUoaYiI1e iD tbeconoty.o( age ..i tan ..
l' in AriL | next,the following dprqpcx o'r ao much thereof M andq;of eptembej ,nett .
\. Fluid horn,* On Treasury'. .aReorth ol will pay the state and"county tax due thereon ro a ol'tas P <, .
For the county of Marion,at Oca a, fourth Monday_ as wiU the state and &ui due thereon for \f pe l'Qsao I
r &he,1 Gb1ict,Squared pay county for.1h / ear 1849,and the necessary expensesincident \ r" r7 JTT" 'mer' ,
t ,' City Hotel. Oq?Charlotte and Bay Street, a few of April. the year 1849 and die necessary expenses incident there to,yix: an undivided interest ot 800 tires untytaiaM ereonforVtlic.yea.r i' am, i
doors South East of the Publie' Square., For the Counties of.Al chua aid Levy at New- thereto, vrx: 600 acres,bewg tract of land returned of land being'so much of a ceataia grant made by the ccssary asswaed expenses'InclJeaf ibereto, WwW--l

to o Planter*,Hatel. On Charlotte HVtet.-drea-' narille,.first Monday iii, May. by John'}.'Fontane, for Antonia Maestie,lying onsQe Spanish Goferpment to John Huerus and confirmed .: aifres New- to L./"S.YiiJ4'' ., D.' p. lathSsit" f, &,,
j ury Lane,north pf the Public SquarenfxDcn..) For the County of Columbia/at, Alligator, onthe; I, west margin of Matanzaa River west of the old by the Supreme Court of the United States to. said near. myrna ;t
\:: t second Monday of May. -'. I fortat a place called Holmes' Old Field being Sec 39,. Hoertaa,situate lying and being on the St. Johns river lr VIRGIL.DUPONT{Tar. elector: lift,.

\ BOARDING HOUSES. 0 For the'county.of Naslw, at Nissan C. H.,on; the Town 9,* Range 30,sooth and sap,and is.bounded aafoUowate. in the county of St Johns Florida/above a plat?called March2,1Sb0: ,_ ., A_. ,:d ; ..

Mr,. If. Reid. On Charlotte Street, pear the .Wednesday.before the fourth' Monday in At 11..' wit: Bcgiajng at* pbaejree marked aa an the Ferry about twelve miles therefrom, anJ below Tt'v f lletIIw'.N' I 1 _
1\ I I' Barracks. *: ; For the county of Vuval, at Jacksonville, en the original l. corner standing at me west margin of the John.B Ryants,bounded on the south by land of John lk.

'. Mill Fftio. On St. George: Street, a few doqrs : fourth Monday iof May. marsh.of Matanzss river and sooth mtrgin'of Holmes' More and front thence east to the head of Deep creek TO*y virtue cf thC poWer rated pa me- by law, 1
South of the Court House and,Public Square. For the County of. SL. John's, at St. Augustine"' creek at A,set post. S 22 W 6 pine. B M M, running taking fa the east and' west bank of said creek and 0siurii expo*'for sate before the Court How It '

: O. N, "Papy. On Bay street, corner of Jay; and on the second Monday June.riu. thence West 42 cbs to j3.thence j* to 30 E 111 ehs to bounded on the north by the south west line, of Toco MellontDIe in the county Of Orange,on the fim Lena'
Garden Lane. '' TKX. thence East G7 cbS to D at west margin of the manh and on the wen by the river St. Johns, supposed! day of September next the following described prsp.
1 oldie Matanzas riY'r,thence dpwn,the riverasfoUo., beong to John Benson of Brooklyn New Yoe I erte.or; so: much thereof as will pay the atate and
For the
i L 'DOCTORS before the ro fin pries Monday of Orange November.and St. Lucie, Tuesday N 17 VV 33 to E,.N 25 W 25 cbs to F, thence N 24 ,R. B.CANOVA. SberlanTax d ez.od., county tax doe thereon for the year 189, and the a. ..
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I W 60 chs.10 I tSe begjning corner A. MMary expenses incident thereto .
n Assessor and Collector'JaDuafJ to wit: 2000. -
Dtct. WeSdtn. wf'Ui" Qouse acre
f. Office at his For the. *
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county at Pilatka the second Tomoca
R. B.CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-off I 1850 81) creek known as the Ormonk plaautkfi .
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1" : ., on. Bridfe Street. f .Tur4lay'before the fint Monday of November. Tax Assessor and Tax Collector.Jan. .. VIRGIL R. DUPONT. Tax Collector and
; Doet. John E. Peck Office on St. George Str,ft, 'or.tbe-county of St John's, on the fint Monday I. 1850. Tux lector'. Sale. March 21850. ko.c.TaxCollector'
a few doers North of the Court Nome. inNovember. 7 "KB y virtue of the sower:vested in me by law, I shall Aa ej, .
'O t I t For the county of Nassau, Thursday before the Tax Collector'. Sale.BJ JO> expose for isle'before the Court House door ia i Sr -
DJ1UGlST.I| third Monday of November. virtue of the power veiled to me by Jaw, 1ahaU the city of St. Angastine'en the first Monday of August S.le.

P. e Zvlttra.- Chemist and Drugges, North East For the county of Dnval. on the third Monday of expose 'for pale before the Court House next, thefollowing described property, or so By .virtae of the power vested in me by law.1
;. f flog i Public Square opposite the middle. burn.t / November. ,. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday much thereof u will pay the State and County tax for upotle'for sale before the Co rtHot e'at

,, For the county of Marion, on the firs Monday in of August next, the following described property or so the year 1849. and the necessary expenses incidsnt Jt/ellonville in the county ofOraDgf,on the first J/ou
t L WYERS. December.Far much thereof as will pay the State and County tax thereto viz : 370 acres of land lying and befog on day of September next the following described pro

& S. Gold. Counsellor, at 1A.-. >Cce on At- the comities of Alachca and Levy, on the sec due thereon for the year 1849,and the necessary expensea the head of Maaltrie Creek, in the County of the ertJ'.or 10 mach thereof ac will lay the state red g
.Ills ry Lajve. ondMonday/n December. incident thereto,v! : ''an undivided interest of Johns,in the State of Florida about three ntflea West county tax due them* for theyear 1849, and the aT.VVCKTIUIJ .

If j'; '.'; 1 rillisesAoctoard.. Attorney at Law and Sojicitor Forth, eqjgaty of Columbia, en.thethjjtf. Mondar 600 acres of land belonging now;.cr late to Daniel oldie city of St. AUgatt aeboaaded North by lands of V.I UBVB. WJCCUCUL thereto IO Wit ; s-
i i I ;, in Chancery-ffic on the eceund 'duo..oir .December* Curtis jr. of Neir>! 'Y rkeitJ, be ia'pan"Or.a grant Joseph Fontane,Fact and West, vacant lands, and acres assewed to Henry R.&,, n tllair
; the Sooth Wtogof the Court House. 'The U.S.. District Court*t St ,Aujustiae, on the confirmed by the Supreme Court of the Ualted Statsato south by lands adjoining Bashnefa-Milb rite" granted swam soother* !". \' ".

!: GtorgeK. Fairlankt*, Attorney m Counadioe tI first Monday.in April, 'I Job HIie'tU.deeea,situate lying and being on by the Spanish Government to lowpb. klpaa' the RCIL a.DUpONTTSJcoljecior Jt2d ', '
Law-cifice in the,CoumHcuse.PDBLltf S the East side of the.River 8t. Johns abc t a place figures and marks of which are represented in thePlat'iad March s.Ia.wcy <" Assessor. .

M i i Yaiaabfe Plaaitatf Wild Land called the Ferry, afloat twelve:-miles thejvfrom and Survey thereof .' by 'Bert McHardy 'f
OFFICES.; Ace it> Eat Florida., below John B. Ryants, 'boundediSouth. by lands of and now belonging to the Estate of Edward R Tax l"r'.# ,
; John Mute, and front thence East to the head of GjbaQn.
,p' Pfit Office. JlC.ZtlltQPp, Maatrr,on the cor-- The qajenigned as Agent fur the respective pro- Deep Creek, and bounded. on the North by the 8 R. B- ANOVA, Sheriff and exoff.Tax 4 D' virtue of the, power' Bested: i* me by law.I .
: of and Kjonh of Market -* ,offers for ale the kinds shall for
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ntr Bay Street Public j(9aare eff 'V line of'Tocoy acd the West the River expose Mi before ere Ua4
by Assessor and Collector
on a.. j. c.
Thai known and Mdlonville
buildings.Sara wit : well extremely valuable Plan St. Johns. Jan at in the county of Orangemen, thefMit
r titrate )/,. B. A. Putnam Sue talon,called the Below Plantation at the head of o 1,1850.Tax Monday ofSeptemberMxl the ioUbwins jJftcrfS
R. B. CANOV Sheriff and ex-off.
e-eyor General,on Hospital Street,corner of ArtUleryLane Halifax River,formerly occupied and planted by the Collector's 8ale.By property or 10 much thereof wflrpay fte TtaieW
Tax and Collector
and Hospital l Street'. late John J. Bulow with force of 300 bands,suitable Jan Assessor ,a.j. c. virtue of the power rested in me by law Ishal county tax due thereon for tfct year 1849. add

I I Laid Office. Doct.WiHiwn H.8immons Registerft .. for both Sugar and Cotton, tad advantageously located 1,1850. for sale beCire the Court House door in necefeary expenses1 incident them, :Ji cr1m.
1 Public lAnds+-ofEee in the Court House; on navigable waters. II Jfea upon the coast'about t. Tax Collector's Hule.By the city of St. AuSustine p0 the,, first Monday of Ao- acres, bring two tbirfsr .qf then bttnbr
I ; That. T. Ruutll. t Receiver, office ia Court' forty miles south of Si.Augustine,and contains about virtue ot the powervested in me by law,I shall Iexpose put next,the following,described property or so much county, known as the Onus Grow soot lor- .
House. i!" 4000 acp*. (untie before the Court House door i in hereof as will pay the state and county tai due there meriy owned by 8H.,WiuL situated i :

I A.Aherez. Kccperof: Spanish Archives.o/Cce/ in Asooro! thousand acres adjoining the last described I the City of St. Avgustine on the first Monday in August on for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses River-present ,owner unknown, aaa sse4 o.to lfdIaz a Ji
; the Court House., I"i I"i. lauds, being the PelUcier Onnt in Graham's.swamp. next the. following: described proderty, or so cident .thereto viz: the undivided one third of 1800 Williams. "

Judge eProbat*., |(G. Hum ray'm Judge,) office Also, the <9proc9 Cre Plantation, cootaing S99 much thereof as wjll pay the State ana County tax due acres of land granted by the Spanish Government to VIRGIL R."DU OXT,;, oJ1ftt.'D4

JA.the Court House j acres suitable for &gar culture and near (A navigation thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary expenses Samuel Belts, deceased, supposed to belong to John Msreh Z 18lp:. /llneseoro, i '.
Peter B. Dutuu. Clerk Circuit Court office in about 70 miles south V St. Aueugtiae, net r incident thereto riz : an undivided interest oHt Lewis and wife or of the estate of Samuel Betts, t s. .

the. Com Hone.y :> | J New fioyrna. 600 acres of land now or lately.belonging to the estate leeeased, situate lying and being in the county pf St. To*, Collector*9, 8&f. .

y Rafael D. COMri., hejSsnd Tat Collector.offlce I Also, the Mount 0 -
!i in the Court House. M Direr about 50 miles south of Si. Augustine, near the of the city of.New York being so much'' of a :Grant and. east by Matanzaa ruler B shaUrxpo-e for power aale before m* I
; y ', C.IZ.tr tf Custom James R. Sanchez, gfice coast, formerly planted Jo Sugar by the late Geo. An- made by the'Spanish Government to John Huertas, R. B. CANO.A, Sheriff and ex-off. at McUoQTille in the 'of Oran CoG" '
at hia Dwelling House bn Bay Street, t n demon, and now the property of Joseph\ Lauton,cop- and confirmed by the Supreme Court of the United Tax Assessor and Collector. n.;. e Monday o/Heptember county ,, oa th.

j"f ( Jn pdor.of Howard, !ict in ,timing 1900 acres. States to aaid John laenaasitpste, lying and being January. 1,1850. _.-' propertr or so much thereof next, the following) deaq..
Howard''BnUdincsMarketMuare. I 'Also 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn- on,the east St. John'a River, above a place called.the. Tai Collector'r 8ale.Hi and" county tailor the 1849 will MY +'Mate
: 1. H. $roaeon. Judge U. go' Court Northern ]bull's swamp, being tie north half of the Rosette Ferry,about twelve mjjes therefrom and below John virtue of the Power vested in me by(laW, I expensea incident th>ret0rto yw wit, and the Beensarr
District of Florida office in the Court House.G. Grant, well timbered and near navigation.Also B. Ryants,bounded South by lands oi John More expose for tale before the COlin hones being 0 oll6CGO' : :3080 ceres ef'fcad
4 B. Fair\ nb. Clerk U. S. Court, office in I,. ,forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, lad front,thence East to the head of Deep Creek, door in th'e city of Si*Augustine on the first Monday;I J. pan K by grunt the acres .des ta CIwIn

the $ curt House.Depapllfarahat.. : between Lake Gcgrge and Lake'Monroe, consisting taking in the East and West bank of 'said Creek,and of August next the following described property ors August 181'Jaad'sspata. D rite 9d of

t. George I. Zehnbanr, office m valuable pine,hammock and. timbered lands in various bounded on the North by the S W line of Tocoy, and >much thereof as will pat the state and county tax nrveyof4000 ithultaaid.Ilt6@a' atepert s
; the Court House. tracts.Abof.3000' on,> the West by the river St. Johns. due thereon for the year 1849, dud the necemrr u. between hew acresopstidsraut. Tam:sswaavt, .
t in Alaehna for II.B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. incident thereto of anynia furl) Jndka rierw:h, ,
: acres county, suitabJf pen ,viz : 500 acres land situ 1000 acres belong {
i ORDNANCE\ DEPARTMENT. Cotton. or. Tax Assessor and Collector s.J. c. tied on the east side of the river St. .Johns being Thomas Stst.. :t ,or\: .{ ; be. .m
Capt Janet R.HaA&mv.Ordnance Store keeper, Also 600 acres in Columbia County, goad pie Jan 1,1850, part or parcel of tb attract. of bind known .u the New VIRGILFeb.23. a DI1J'Orr ,. "

''t f i .' ,. office on Su ,George street/r few door) South of the kinds oq the Santa Fe River. e a 3witurlapdbound nonh by lands .of Mar Dan ... ; tlnrlt I i
Dry Good store of 8.U4Wakeman. Persons desirous Apply for terms, particulars &c. to Tax Collector's Sale.y ham,eall by public lands,south by lands belonging Asseasot,3a, ?, -
of visiting the, Fort will make application ,toCapt. GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, V- virtue pf the power rioted in me by law,I to the estate of George A. Nicoll, deceased,west by 'Cit of .. Atit .
'i Benham.I > Agent for the purchase and ale! of Lands" Uffi shall expose for sale before the Court House the riv f St.Johns,belonging pore or late to Joseph is hereby gimp that the Ciry Cooocrf of J
I I .r- Payment of Non Resident Taxes,. door in the city of St.Augustine on the first Monday W. Bt wa. NOTICE 0&ABRnstine.wiH apply feraaxnd- ,
I .S.. Feb 22,1P50. of August next.the npngdescribed property to *K.B. Sheriff d Menu
1 JUSTICE OFTHE PEACE. Augustine. CANOVA. x-ofT. to the sot incorporating said City,, at.the
George L. Phillip JgsF ice of the Peace, and r Notice pay the.state and county' \tax due thereon, for the I Tx Assetfcr and Collecjol. s. J. e. meeting of the Gene Assembly of Florida. ,

Notary! Public, office]) on Bay Rtreet. North of the 'f Ixgogthe'after' date ,we shall present our year thereto;.I9."viz 3 aid one lot the on necessary Oneida expenses street supposed incident J. 1';, 1850._-_ 87 order of-the Council .

Middle b. ; Accounts and Vouchers as Executors of the Es to belong to Peter Sken Smith, a nonresident,bounded Tax Co ctor'a Sale. aeMATHBW SdLAKAi M 1Of.
11 F. / Qtiniy. Justice of the Peace, office at kin Jan., S8d>, ,1850.. 4
I rate of Richard Weigjatman n decd. tp the Hon. Judge north by the Papy south'by.a, lot supposed to yinaeoJbe-power.ncld in me by lawn Ishall ,
i Store. M Ii j, \. f ,, ," :',of;Probs.tr. of St. John's County far. a final settle. belong to the said Peter Sken Smith. east by P.nrida I 8' expose forwle before tbe Court House at 'vu0LEa&LE.. AN ,
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.i'd' : anent,and shall the same iime apply for 'LeUenofDismission street and west by the Mitchell Jot three Uetlonville.irltI of Gilt ,, .
I ,...C1TY OF 'iCU$. containing couaty ,on the Moon* 1" .. t''fIF... "j. 'II' .. '
1 .I 1 as such F iecutort, of which an .persons acres more or less. v i ay W September next the ftUomimg descrio 4 prop' > 1a

'l tIN &lca, Mayors Ii interested in laid Estate Vrill take notfe*. Auo another Ion on ftneida street supposed p belong erry'ora mneb thereof .will'pay: the stat* and BY.! o .
: C. Brace,' 1! JOHN .FONT ANE, 1 Peter Sken doe for the "ifNl' .r er,tthelf 4,
I \ Exteaton to Smfth, a nonresident bounded eonmy tax thereon yeajr 1849,and the necessary .., 4010
I i :d O a:;:' } k.tdtrmen. ,' R. D. *ONTANE. i north by the above adrjjrtised lot, aputh by a J(jot of expenses incident thereto, to wit :f 2522 &-tswa1 y'ejt"i /"ell lift mat,- '
The attention of Prirtle
na I Jan btdlhetlaod the Trade if
PbilbWeedmao.eastbf Oneida street, and wrytby acres of land situated tat, the head of Indian River so
1.1850.Ta -
N Mdtci, ; Collector'. !. the l helfbt.conta ing.three acres more''or less.Auv assessed to P.W. Loud. Betted to onr extenme ."_ Artiefe efaoar-
CUrkef the City {ioo".e.il. Charles. sager officer / virtue of the power vested in me by law I another lot Oneida street supposed to belongnow VIRGIL a:.DUPONT Tax Collector and rated below, below caab had ia original packifes

,.ithe CounciJ room.'! :' HI' expose for Ate before the CourtHouse or late various individuals, rat : Peter Sken March 3.1850 Assessor, o.e. and" at retail.
City Martial and Clerk ./ tht Market F. P. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Smith. Philip' Weedman. and others, its undivided, TEAS.Tounf Hyson Old Hyson,JB powder

'ft pnews. J '4 I. Monday in October next, the following described measuring 200 feet north, and south by ISO feet east 4 Tax'Collector's Sale. Imperial.TwankayrPonchon*; Soachonp/V
i' $ property,or PO much thereof aa will pay i.tbe'/State and west bounded north by a lot cultivated by Ths. of the power rested in me by law I COFFEE.-'Java Green Gronnd. do. Mocha 40. -
( ; AtfCTKWEERS.. '. and County'tax due thereon for the year 1849, and Cosby,south by lot of R. B. Canon east by Maria B'YimJe for sale before the Court House, Rio,Cuba do.Chocolate.Cocoa and Cocoa Paste.

t, F. P. F"Ii,.,Mi J,A:Stritchk the' necessary expenses incident theiio viz: Eight t Sanchez Creek and west by Oneida street. at Mellonrille in the county 'of Orange on the firstMondsyjoffieptentrr 80AP.barla"do.SPICED. White seated,Bro. ,.'e -
;i hundred scram of land supposed to belong to llcu,n K. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-oQ. next, the following described legated I
lj b '. MERCHANTS.I Towland a nonresident in the county of St. Tax Assessor and Collector. e.'.'t. property or so much thereof as-will pay the state and Gingcrr.Hace4 do Ground jf hint l4pep
Bu",., E. Can. Wholesale and Reiail. dealer I I Johns State of Florida i being the same: piece of Jan 11850._ county tax thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary per, Pimento, Nounegtftin0vesv> Mac, Ciooamoo.

1 1 first quality Family Groceries of aJ! kinds, Li- and that was allotted to Mary M. Dunham as her expenses incident thereto, to wit : 3000 Arrow,,8ootlYeinseeeili,dtttit idif.. .:CGrrr I'otSder. .
<101'1I&CO, No. 2 East aid Charlotte Street, North hare ef her father Estate at New Switzerland Tax Collector' Sole., acres of land granted by the Spanish government, to Mustard in jars aod.bottles \
117 rube; Publie square! bounded on the West by the River St. Johns,measn- : virtue of the power vested in me by law I lobo B. Gandryv the 8th of October 1817,situated FRPIT. Bloom,M MascatoLaad-palUBa Rabfaajl

(Jearge"Btirj, beater in Staple and Fancy Dry ring thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on the By ehalleypose for ale before the Court House. on'the dt.Johns River at a place called Spring Garden Zante currant*, soft thellf AYmonda ; Smyrna lip

i 'nods, West aide of Charlotte str,t, ,a few doors forth by|an4> of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant door in the eiry of St.Augustine on the first Monday in the county oi. Orange,and bounded by ,the or- Steal Filbeiu,& euaYl' : 1a"1 Gcaq
crib of Lane. lands, and on the South by lands. formerly own of Augut'aelt;the following described property or gipal( survey thereof as follows :' Bounded on. the Citron. J\ ; ,
Treasury ed by Eleonora Colt. so much thereof u will pay the State and County tax north by lands.of Paul Dnpon, oa the emit by vacant CANDLES. Common' Sperm,and Ta&rw.aid

J. ,Art Waltman.. Wholesale and Retail.dealer Unless Tarp; and expenses. are paid before,lbe day doe thereon for the year 1849,and the necessary expenses pine lands oaths south by lands of the late Bane Wick, -S. "
t Dry Goods and Groceries Grocery store on theY of sale. incident thereto ?iz : 500'acres of land OQ lome'-Castio y Ferrer and on the west by river S t. SAUCE '
-Qnad floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods;Store Eaifsid the Jons in the Johns Robt McHardjr the Isfth Dee. PICKLES &c:Piek. asabrt'ed ia
; II. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and cx-off. the river /t. Conor/, of surveyed. by on naif gall glass Jars, Do Do-botdfa'
J c inter of Picolata and St George atreet opposite South 'yes,
Tax Assessor tad CoHector.St. Johns eoAyril St. Johnsbounded by lands now or lt* of the 1817. Mushroom Catsup Tomatodo Cti '
t V ,Court House. ,_ 27. 1850. Rev.,Michael Crosby,and North and East, .lands VIRGIL R. DUPONT,'T.x'Collfctor, and kinds. do. ; Fwn' ,
) Jlfwe S. tf N Pinllam. Dealers in Fancy how or late vacant, supposed to belong to" Turner Feb 23. 1850.aeaar.o.. c. Pepper Suughton"BitterV;'Ltin&&m
J b THE MATTKK or TUX Sugar of Lemons} 'Wesf India *
x>os, &c. opposite the Planter Hotel oa East or > preservV 8aai OiL
USD \ Goldsmith.R. S ? 'V
U Ie Charlotte atreet. 1 Unas or.G ABU W. I'EUALL.I. B. CANOY 4, Sheriff and ez-of: Orange Count/ Tux Gollec-i s
Pedro unit,, Dealer Groceries, Provisions, Lee Probate.Office ) Tax 'Assessor apd Collector, c. t. c. lor1 Sale., TOBACCO. *Cavandish. Ladles twist.'aperTe-
4.rner of Cuna and St. George street.l&anutl 8t. Johns County, Jan 1.1850.1'fax\ ] bacco.Macaboy Snuff; Scotch do. JtenJjjL. ,Cia,, 5'
Saturday 18th. virtue of the tested in'me.by I w, '
Dealer in May 1850. By power Principe do,, Common do.
Crtipo. Family stores, Ppvi1 i
3 ARAH P. for sale before the Court '
ANDERSON linae .
$ s, &e.corner'of Charlotte and Bridge-atrt Sf baring this day, as .' Collector Sals.'By' Meilonville expo in the of the' LIQUORS Eraadr, Oman! touapy & C* do.
Testamentary Guardian of Orange, first
ROSAIJS L. PEXTAU. connty on Bordeaux
f. J. Qriney. 'Watch maker and Jeweler, da ; and Atntxn O. PEIPALL her for virtue. of the power vested i in: me by law,] Monday ,of September next foHewing deaaibed Janlaica.RamibWjfcitfoaDo; ; It.
presented 'accounts, proof; 'Gin; Holland Do
nrgeirreet.earl. .opposite office of Dr Peck. settlement and allowance"nd iRappearing, that she -, II expose.for sale before ,the Courthouse property, or eo much thereof .as will par-the stile aad Sc tcli. find article ; 8kiedham7Whi, h key De.
The* JVirlM. Retailer of Boots, Akees, Caps, 'I hath door in the city of St. Augustine the first Monday due a Assorted Elejaorsj L.,
not; (u is by law required) given notice,of her on county tax thereon for the year 1849 and tl. 'u- ,
Hits fee'-i east side ofCkarlette.e street, eerier ef' i intention to,present the same-It Ordered that all of August next, .!e, following described property to ,cessary.expenses incident thereto to wit: 3000 acres 'VINES rJladcin,!lirard. lints Cd,3lfar- -

-rlette tweet.d Trcaory Lcae. persons in any wise.interested in the Estates of the pay the state and county tax due thereon for the of bed granted.toPaul Dnpon on. the 14i& of May, stifles& Co. itfplegaSherty C\ampai2neHdcSc p"te' do BrownITrdoi
: jatvttiMie Antrt Tailor, Charlotte street,' said Rosalie L.PerpaU.and Alfred O.PerpalJ having year 1849and the necessary expenses incident there 1818. by the Spanish government situated onthft Sparkling'vinta'ge 1832,
pear the )titThoste. objections to make-to the allowance of the saj4 j to, vii : one J Jot bounded east by barracks street west River Ju Johns at a place known aa Sjmng Garden + Viaegar r BordeioxPorter. London In Ax and qtj,
Ane*. Tailor, Charlotte Street, near duns account ; have notice to appear and .state guar the by New' or Charlotte arrest extended nonh by an ,bounded northwardly by lands of'the Estate 'of London and Leah Alai: Beer. :; ., 4 ti.

the store of Georf Burt. same,before this Court; oa or before the 29th. day of ailey, being a lot' immediately ,south of the.Upitted I William Williams; Easttoanily by vacant pine !land s, OlLS. Oli1e..tfperm.:, ,t3at1. Cod nail ,
;5 John ruM,>> southwardly by lands of John B. Gaudry,and weMwsrdlTby Cot i FIS1J. Hcrrwy; Salmo v sarctiDel.Mae1enl.au.t
1;: the City Hotelf 4WPr fJcteph the orderedto, the cad,that such'notice be ft/forded/ : R. B. CANOVA ;'fiheriffand ex-off. the river St.Johns, which said' lands were .t A .

I r -Lbpet. Manufacturer. 'of Segars, shop inHoward's that certified easy of (J hi ii order;; be pablislted in pie t 1TaaiAaeeasoroatd Collector, a. J.i;. confirmed to said Paul Dupon by-' I Boil Jlngfi. < ; "Ancient Citf News Paper; for eight weeks cone- Jan,!,' 18.50, V of East Florida the ilk May, 183g.viaaIU Mai. CapPkiaa.l'l CIa Pot Barter, Oat
\ G. -N. Papyi Dealer in Dry Groceries and Prprir entirety sad that ooplea.of the anhne,R posted tp;on S : DDPOHT.Tsr. % Collector end iah FlOat. Fig Bl8el L r.Bath Brick S3MCwdli -
1 ions, Charlotte street, a few doors South. of the the outer door of the Coon House'and at soma "other r.ii 'liltectrIS. I Feb 231850. ". Assessor. o. c. Liquid* BlaektD.j ''Ir cJoa' *** Wick .

iJ City HotelNtitrt / public plate.in the County, for the same period of time. By virtue of the power vested in ne by law,1] Shoe Brusher Scrubbing.. QustartPaite.treti'1"; Cora' ea

r- Nnlli 2 ,Uigaa. Cabinet makers, HUMPimEYS, Judge of Probate expose for sale before the Court House IN, CIRCUIT COURT T.D.Pipes, German" do. &roomsdov WbtJ.
f corner of Market aquare adjoining the Council room. A true copy of the original order on record .in the door in the city of St.' Angnsd4e on the first,Monday ALACHVA. AND .LEVYCODM. Patent Ma 6s< Percussion Lighta, Door Ma*

r \1- Join Jlf n.,. Black Smith and Gun Smith, nearhe1 Probate*. Office of St..Johns County of October next the following described property I* CrixczxT t powder Silt Liverpool'do,Cape, jJs fewd,,Gaa
.i ( ''Nonh Gate of the City. G. HUMPHREYS-- so much thereof aa will pay the State and County I o.M. Dorman } PROVISIONS. Pork
St. Aupadae,Jfar 25 Sw_ tax due. thereon for the year 1849 and the Beef JJa as, Flow.Bauet
. .. necessary. i vs. i Creditors bill to and Cheese :
'I 1 AMUSEMENTS. Tax Collector' Sale expenra/incident taereto,viz: une nnoare acres o f I James A. Peden,Adm.'!.of ( Ma rabt.I. : .
r. Table Ora Howard virtue of the Vested land more or less,situattd pa the South of Julington R. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, oa1cL
; Billiard .Bouling Alley.. power in mt by law, I G.Liviogston.decAssets[ .
t ; -:: Howard BuUdings,' Market aquare.Bouling I'shall expose for sale before the Conit House Creek in .tba County of Si. Jons belonging to IN pursuance of a decree order of said Court to A t ALSO .

Alley, &J. wr,' nM lltfrtl1raaU, by the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday Henry Hull, nonresident, purchased by the aid directed/all persons having demand*,against Variety C
I I F. Bridier .ity Hotel: -; of August next the following described property, or Henry Hull from JamaJanieeUnless the above estate. hereby required to coma, before &elf' .Goiit. llanllDtm Warr'cod W" .
J rr '. Philip fames'; Retailer of Liquor,Refreshments, somach thereof will pay the State and County the Taxes and expenses. are paid before the me at the town of Newhansvilleia Alaehna eounty, 1. ,s'' Clot:ur-,.J1 lJn

Ac' .Charlotte ftreet, opposite. BridierV, ,Boiling. tax for the year.1849 and the necessary expenses incident day of sale.R. B. CANOvA.SJaeritrllld ex-off. at my office therein,on the second (2) day.of Sep ,
\! i Alley. I" thereto,via an undivided half of fifty acres member, 1850 and exhibit their demanda gainst the, With mal other articles too amaat'atss' .o mn
\ II r. which said fifty acres of land was originally part of Tu Assessor and Collector St. Johns .Co. same ;and aD pent*who shall not then come forward The tbova stook of Groceries trace -Jeeml,ha it".

; I STAGE:OFFICE. the new dwitxeriand tract situated on the River St. April 97.TaxcollectorJs and prove demands against said estate shall Yorklfarbt.a.deaa be 'h eoefi
!1 Office if the Pieslata Mail Stage. BrioVr'a CitJII Johns, and bounded as follows: beginning. at an &dB.B' be excluded from the benefit of this decree. Met deDCe'r-dl" vita sttK tiro' xt re-

: no .11. oak on said river,and running south 83 degrees,E virtue of the'power vested in me by law, I such persons not parties to this scit.who shaft comet in d. .;, ; .talim'.J.a{ Do tM.letdc r
:: t. IL-1 9 J chains thence West 50 degrees; E 35 chain expose for sale before the Court House a I before me aad prove their demands.Iba .1adO t&er sled &finft i L ,. ,_1, 04PJ

f II CHURCHES. actod)1a' dam "Creek to the St. Augustine road, .MellonvHle in the county of Orange on the first Monday ?I are admitted'uaeh ,tribate.the propeVtionate ..l.J ._ _
'-' r'-' I thence south 80 degrees E 10 chains and:,2$ links, of September next the following,deacri bd expenses thereof!to be settled by me as Master.SAU'L ." ; t '
: .2 ... a.' .Catktiit. CittrO. ftonhaide Menomen along said road to the. other line of said f1Il'trf. or so much thereof as. win pay 'thesate poperty and RUSSELL !hereby wJ 'h
; Ih'eaJ''IJll8eh.f1e"
square., ; which is as follows : it being on the said river at a tax due thereon for the 1849and Jane 6 2m Special dinner ia 1., .
year the anaty C
;;k i Epitcofal ChxrtJL South side Monument square eyggess and runs south 83 degrees, E 13 chains,thence county inetdenttbereto. jr necessary ,- .J-o .. -. ;, tI.JIl tx $t, J"
expenses to l $; 100( aere* : n1J'JDf
.' : p,6Ihy"r' CJatrth. Oa St. Georgx street, N 50 decrees E across blf dam Creek 47 chains to land.asseated.to.lf.. W near Hew Smyraa J f, Irbll J 411ce1e1i;. 1 s 4dM ('JfeV 9 )
i ;4 i 1. South of the squire.Ktthtdist the said' road where the last line terminates, new or ,M the west 4d',of Gsburdy's' CaaaL'' SCOTCH.ALECWerPeneele.Pints and Qaart.; ci i4 d ..
i daftl. St. George meet near the late belonging to the .Rev. Donald Melotoso.R. Al00 acres assessed to the same en the East 13 J deirsv Skerry,,and Port WiaaCS mpa y t, 1tfl'pn 1
: Magnolia House. : ;'I j i B.CANOVA Sheriff aad ex-off. i.of the HiIIIbor river near NeWjBayna BaidJ'.HM1,.,Crtn Meaongohels..Whmitey. l I Rota .. a

1. i' .,.,. % Tax Assessor and Collector,t. /. c. VIRGttE. A FONT, TaxCoHeetoraad*' ted Vines, LIcruo.c.r aJ,Ac, for aje>r UIOrr m,- : ... Air?J .

; : TERMS OF COURT, EASTERN C1RcurrI' Jaa, 18S\ IfarcU, 1858.or., .. .c.S' I' Feb B.K.CARR. St.AtigmatinoJtae 151850. 6" 1

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