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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 20, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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System ID: UF00048575:00025

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; .aUI5E de p.sandr lo&mt.hishly;ai1arid.bt9II&q; which had been cultivated about Charleston. m.r for food, than they do in the winter .

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TtTJKSfKK ; 'lit f'.Jun 1850, b 1M p, i& t yield sd ''A'W'4i crop ofIn vegetable pc oduct I ',before italed,' from Virginia, andm the "graze on. They have no longer the wild lux ,
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t .' ,- ., 1"h',; r ; t11:b.41 -the,"rare Mvc.lft MY dan rfroma1ntJ'

JDWdOl"t. loofour' tci l riI'Jr! ., ..:act'lti 1'SC" ,. miller"a'and: oC et 'tr t e.' ;. T-'. 1. ,.. I 'i4,
,-t 2T TIES "* *W1*.Wpw j>orthsrn -. by.see but in this ..6rhu.1z ockjitt1e ut.f/omthe lOifttb the 15th'June;] ,''
leiiBNge*, we most endeavor (p find out Brien extends, the socdtid Rot, yegetale. until"ttbe (last of October.4 It deserves Stxotrtiit.Dtroact..GJIIX n ;Ccrttixcrrcor.' .

":: Is nt: great 'more',c ri'lenlaJ to our la\itude, see In l some pf the.book*, howler,tbat: ,it' fs a.place ou eyerf farm jq our tide water {, ....- "L .J end Wbich fill yield I aba fcrops fhay said to.be.raised from seed but that,is not,my, where nutural grasses are, scarce." In .spcakiag of a divorce granted,bythe ,Legisla'
J s ,. u' J:7" la the s mraer. A great variety of grasses experience with it. My 'o'rigioal stock was' us.subsequent'addresses to 'the same' 'Societyfor ture of that state;on'the 15th last, say r-The Ip4titioder
. 1 III IJIOK& ,fI I for| this urpoee have been succesiively re- toughtfrom Virginia ''by Gen. J. H., Cocke, several.years, 'afterwards; he continues to was1 married at the age of 2O.**She --

to :.. Wf ienis commended yer,1.biShll i to th fI p I anters'ia th and consisted of about tf double! handful.' Dr'TecommendU more highly .than at first ; so was a respectable and intelligent yourig.lady: ,

I sub lD. sooth,but the public *eems not to" have set? bedding them in' a rich loam, we nerved that It would'Jot seem that ,his cxperioncehad'wrought owing to ;pme peculiar.circumstances her -
which I think tied down into anr marked preference for roots enough in'the season to plant about anacreyduring any change in his mlud.':to'its mtnd"oociunei ed, npttp absolute inssnitjYr : '
h II aftJ ti has tho merit',of cither* la tat early,settlements of bur part Pf I ; the next. As it does not prop great importance. The tcentlem nidsa. from but'she'Wa 40 ,a distracted state, and jn this _
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.to .,oleeeosie:", Uw,Country, nature was so {bountiful the eltceirby( ; "seeds add Is'not liable to be.taken whom .obtained it, has been cultivating it for condition tame'to' New Haven oh a visit-to f
."JIlin ttJI 0 todalest'r ynjf:of pasturage both in the ,summ i';aha up:an4scatieralbY.the foirda 'of''the.air 'a good many years without finding it to-be a ,h -r sister. At this time she became acqUahir'J:

i winter seasons that the necessity was not.O thehjrheelspf;, tiJ|ca,9r the hoofs(of animals ptIIt. He brought it.to this country by no o- ed with her husband, who is ,atdorea prune -tf V

1 ), &. I" auntaiyfelrofproyiding'for theiu iehanq c{ It spreads, etJ stow l ,1W and may, be .entirely citation( of ours but 'as 'a grass which'he through the agency of a.;colored, woman who I
.'.v.f 1, "' .. our.stock, ,as at prescat; and :henbe little .or eraa ca1 d "1. ctaltl ting the'Ian.'or more et- thought would be a valuable.acquisition to] was employed by her in washing. .Her bus -

I ..JttM. .retoaemut. noaUenUon was paid to theabject. :80highl I y tecttuitarnln t g' {hbg on It 'inwinter, as 'iur scanty catalogue of cultivated grasses. band,had never proposed match nor had she; .
i 1ilesibr'oi' te.f s, .J' .favored a portion of country .&our .6wa'was their e Yerr.tontb of the'roots,and co to ,a :Our own experience/has, fully sustained his but one evening,she lln'iteno- the house .
i IfiSe dots, a not 'however to be expected long Jo yremato in "d :to.\\bbtaia:!them., I;,, ;. rea43'how- goodbpinion: of it,and by whatever name called -.I;r her washerwoman, and there. found a
,I 4i "" 'a state sit native pasturage, and DOW: when almosiefery .eyerrauallyi\to. 4.e.aa>joiping; lands: and |'we can recommend it toy you '(under the 'company assembled,. and she waa informed,, .
:' J.."tkt"I' (' .", -,. loot of land is\inclosed'aid nearly shouM not bo' !tabttd: pear a garden or any 'restrictions already! laid ;down) as a very val-I she had'been p bli.ibed'and that those present, r I
? IiSoSum *"' '.* '- all oar roads.are continuous lanes necessity of stock had come to see her married. She I '
e+tttoiittkO curs; 'plaxieinto which h gecannbt''be'turned, when uablejjrass for the summer soiling our : Consented ; 'i
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tmn ,duke dotmirn. ,&c. has arisen that every person ehould ;Clopt ', should wish to eradicate, tt of every sort. and ,the e mony was performed by'a colored \v, .

. root t'1' 4 ; '. some means of procuring artifieial.pasturag The.method:of planting is to lay. furrow W* 1 am aware that a war extermination has clergyman. Her husband then'earrled.'her' to l
'+ a tt ;; telodlmw men. ,.' < or should cuhintl some grass or IPdw t ,wh&h ,about two feet apart, and.drop a'piece of the been:declared against lh.* Guinea grass which New York, and placed r among associates .
r "W n.dI8i 1a f.around'!' will bear frequent mowing in 'the. rjUp'r, root about, long'asypur finger. at two feet wo 'bdieyu originated in the University that wdre'very'disagreeable tp her. He went .
". J''' rs with pleiwre For this purpose l1cnow' of nothing to. compare 'distaace in the furrow. This can' be done'atarfy Alabama, in which the writer identifies it to California some months'ago,but has. recently I.
Vomit J *grateful theme resound S with the guinea graa. ps lime, during th e.wlote'r,'sand' It must .becovered with the Means grass,and lectures all sorts of returned.. She has recovered from her i '

p-I < Home,sweet me'\.c-. The 1alator r,:othis grass Is omwhaVpecu> deep n9 gh'\to protect it, ..from the abuse up n it, but given i no date upon which hallucination, and looks upon her husbuml, I
*. i .J I- i liar|A native (ar its name indicates of with 'disgust and horror. He bad receivedher
: ) Africa cold. A slight working the ipji g'will giveit Co found his bad opinion, except that it is difficult
.1 Nowise swa b r bnr, >' whera man like the beasts of field, livesat the start pf the weeds *arid''grass' and it will to be eradicated when it has once gotten notice of application for' divorce. ., butd'ld

Attno =hives tom.IUt.. entirely pa the spontaneous productions of soon root put every thing ;ells,. The land on possession. Now this, under certain: restrictions not.appear. '..n'oppo itiot. .
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.,1 lter, 'inn eIi.gf ; "r nah would seem a' little emar-tablebow' which ft grows shquld I be too dressed with manure is'the very reason whyZit i is so valuable, .'
r:,{ Lei.us soek out ontire home.! -, a vegetable production of this' kind should have ,every season, add when you perceivethe for if it were not so,: :broomsedge and THE BETTING DANDY. :
Iit liotne sweet borne; &e.. | band ita'way Into this the remote 'portion of grass is ''declining from gettinsc too thick, weeds would treat it a* they do almost every A young gentleman, with medium size light .,:;
the world. Its history however, Is very succinctiy or .exhausting the land, it should be well other grass in our latitude, ''and' soon root it brown mustache, and such a suit of clothes a*
,: Lerre tar retried muse "y learning, given us by Bryan Edwards to the manured and deeply ploughed trench ou. They are the greatest obstacle to our fashionable;tailors sometimes furnish ',to their :;,',

I. J .J.eavituiy tack,so bard to bear ; -' very.complete ard authentic history he has ploughed mine a year or two since with,evi success witu all northern grasses, which be- customer "on accommodating terms" th'at .

''j. thy labor, cue returqtaft; writteoof the West Indies. Irt the first.volume Identadvantage.: It is, generally recommen- coma so enfeebled, by our long summers that 14, the insecure credit system-came into ''t.
Leave, this but,O ray care. of that work, In speaking of the vegetable productions -, ded to cut the grass for soiling, 'or for hay they ate very soon supplanted by the broom- hotel In Race street, yesterday atternoonand t w
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Home sweet df tho Island of Jamaica; he sa,.(vol. wh;ri it is about two f et high. It is then very Sedge It den gains a footing amongst the after calling for a glasa'of Maderia, turned to 3

,what rapture Iob, what bl !l 1st p. 214. Guinea grass may be considered tender and succulent and stock of any kind Guinea grass in a few )ears, if the ground is I I tho company and,offered* to bet with any man '
1 hen wa gain the hovel gait' "nert: to sugar' cane. in point. of u importance will leave tbe finest blade fodder to -eat it. not occasionally plows ed. :This uproots anddestroys present,that the shipSusquehana would not. '
: 5 as op? of the razing and breeding farms'or Ah attempt has been made to identify this the broomsedge, whose/roots are surficial be successfully launched next Saturday.-

= ghou! ; \ZW' .- _> .u with tho Meatier. gds :9 Routh Carolina,.J ,.but':it ,is a I great advantage .to'. the This "banter" not being taken up,bo propos-
''cirrer ttvcxt home;doe. 'trotrt"Tttaccountat'I'hh'eetrttit two U. I Hti "1 1i1f$<' 'deg p edto'hger five dQU4ff' that, Doctor. Webster
means of this invaluable' horba ee Hence the grasses are quito dltrerent 'K,,winter in the beneath the influence of the winter's cold would not be hung" Tbis- hied -'t4 be .a 4 '

fii'8 FEIUiYUAN.MtSSALlCCCAHEr. plenty pf horned cattle both 'fur the butcher Southern Cultivator, over the signature of O. Besides the great productiveness of the stumper," too, forncbody accepted the chance.
pEA and planter f is such.that few markets in Europe K. gives a tescription of the means grass very Guinea, grass, it has :the great advantage of Tb'cxquisite glanced around contemptuously ,
furnikh beef at a cheaper rate or better quality closely resembling that of tho Guinea, 'except being preferred by stock either in its green and remarked: "1 want to make a bet of some
I EI' than those pf Jamaica. terhapsthosetUetrient that it was .introduced into South Carolina and succulent state, or when cured into hay, kind. Don't care a d--a what it i is* I will ;
q A, 1- of most of the north side parishes is wholly ow from the Mediterranean or Baltic among some to'' almost any other vegetable production.This bet any thing from a shillings worth of se- A
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i. Boatman,,thrice; I've called. ing to the introduction of this excellent grass, hemp seed by a Mr., Means, from whom it was the reason of its being named by cars to five hundred dollars. Now's .your t I

Waiting on lrc9'lOlemn', shore. I s. which happened by accident about fifty years takes its name. The Guinea grass is also des. Mr. Eilis, that the cattle were MO anxiously time gentlemen ; 'what do you propose t1*
: Tracing i in lie silver sand, ago; the seeds [having been brought from the I cribed by'another writer us having' been cultivated reaching over the fence'after it. In this particular Sipping a glass in one corner of the bar room I

l le ft ten tiUhe boat should. ,land., coast of Guinea, as fo&l for soma birds, which I about Charleston; who laYs it is essentially !it is far superior to the cpmmoi jmllet sat a.plain old gentleman who looked like he 1 _

" Drifting out along' with ,thee, :' were presented to 1\lr. Ellis, Chief Justice of an annual .in, that neighborhood- of the country, which horses will not'eat unless might be a Pennsylvanian farmer. He putdown !I. '

I Tow 'that tlimal'cannptftoc, the Island. Fdrtunately the, birds did. not that it is killed root and branch by the first compelled by hunger,and also to the gam. : his glass and addressed the exquisite ; '.
? Read to hie the strange'deviceGrlTyfenorf'tbarwrtrid ; live to' consume the whole stock and the rem black fro tl\nd has'to be rcsown every spring, ma grass, which is difficult to bo propagated, "Wellmister,I'm not in the habit of making '
.. ;under being carelessly thrown into fence for which it had been' abandoned. If bnt little bets but anxious about ;;
f k :of.Ice:. a reason aridyieldsa very coarse grass superior seeing you are it, I
t ,f< \ vH4 W I IPG1h corner, crew and flourished, > It was not long such is the case with the true 'Guinea grass, to the Broomsedge self. Being a perennial don't care if gratify you. So I'll bet you a.
tW at lot'soldenhue k before the eagerness of the cattle to reach the it cannot, .be of ,the samu variety with' that it needs planting: but once, which is levy's worth of sixes that I can pour a quart 1
From i1IIneCai.oC vtatlit.1t"w, t era**.attracted Mr. Ellis' notice, and induced which I present you to day. This has beer also a greatadvontago; over the millet. The of molasses into your hat and turn it out a solid I

And:behold me where'I tnlul,' hfaiMo collect and propagate the seeds, which planted but onto, and that with the roots, and millet also from its heavy head is very' liable lump of molasses candy in ,two minutes by ;:.'
Jk-ckcinfng thy boat to land. now; thrive in some of the mos t'roCky parts of 4t has continued for six or eight years with-I to lodge before it is ripe,and if* cut before the the watch." !

.'J'1. r', ,L '. '. a 'I the Island bestowing Verdun*and fertility. on out any replanting.; ,Ills much' tb be! regretted I heads are ripe, it has very little nutriment in "Done !"said the exquisite, taking off his ,i .'
t 1 1- I.ru. tiQ ,. .. : lands, ''which" otherwise would not,, be worth that when such a contrariety opinion exists it] whereas the Guinea grass is ready for the hat an.4 handing it to the farmer. It was a t:
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about grasses so nearly resembling, each scythe soon as It. gets two fccthigh, every i real Florence hat, a splendid article that shone i ..
O p JQtJJ.Jl'opptag tret-.t .,< Tho verdure nrj.l} f' niitv land here other, no botanical description has been givento part of the stem is greedily devoured.: The I like black satin. The old gentleman took y
Un J.L.101 !t'iiy )J''tWl: ppoVen'of refers irw'To the 011111:1 .tlent of distinguish ono from the other. That stem being then green and succulent readily the hat, and requested the barkeeper to send. !

j J .0 t.;\\f'f f' ;u.. :riI'!ol.L" I'v 1..1.l\J J'J j' 'liP(irPi"t oil f f)y p''nniu'. htr; : : on it, would rattle the identity) or difference at once. cures,and may be stacked tor winter 'uso.My for a quart of molasses-"the' cheap sort nt .. s i,
I They wept mrittiG'd? to raise| and support As it is, are in great danger of having a experience with the Guinea the
.a1. ",'". "s I" ', t' ,, .i 1f""j" F ,. we own 'grass six cents a quart; that's kind I use in Urn
,, : .',I. ". 'u.t, ) .i. l>yir>' W sti flu tr,\ g);,t1"'ia.lq any character- ; great pest instead 'of a blessing foisted uponus has been confined to about two acres on the experiment said he, handing over a six coppert
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n '-)'I ? :: rl\, ,: ,l tllljH '!.aCtC nftf.'rJI/.1"I l : ( 'Iie air ss4tseff. The na- under a'Wrong-or assumed name. loose'friable lands oh the river banks at Mill- tote bar keeper Tqo molasses was
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'rl.'1" .W ".'it. '. ,1'II btn theeoui shr:; .:, a l o sow, 'ttxtn uf a"'by continnd; anal heavy.cropping, August number of the Cultivator (1848) says any land which was well broken and manured. mysterious countenance toured it IOta the dandy -
'.tr+hdit4&t falls "ilvf.r'riow. : J and il'we'4 in a'preat measure-restored' Ly the tbat be understands the botanical name of I should think it particularly well adapted to 's hat,.while1he esqatsue took out his watch

i s ..f.MpC.. i-t'' ill I ifd t ; f 1"- i inirod'w. >'> ,and' fijtcu.;. ivt,> ,cultivation of the Means grass is Sorghum (Ualefouel) but the lots around our villages where' manure to note the time. Giving tbe'IuLt two or three '
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-Gins ins( *Pakethe love y'rgitld. : n"'w1. gives no botanical ,description of it by whichit could readily be obtained; for an acre or two shakes with cfiif nor Blitz''like adroitness the
I ..!I "VVfi ., AV<'*'not,'gentlemen, promise our can, distinguished. from any. similar grass. would furnish- abundant supply of grasS'for experimenter placed it on the table,'and stared
.Deanud love another rear, <'' \ nelvrfsline happy resdljs., from its intro- He describes it as a great. pest,'against which' all the cows and horses necessary for the com- into it as if watching the wonderful ..process ,, '
_. thaltmeet;;, this Boatman here "",.; du.-io.! along us It is true, tbat'it,, does not the public ought to be adve ta.se4-"as against fort and convenience. of a common sized fam of solidification. #

Tfa% white(ui r,of Despair rtl ,t'.,. flounsu perpetual Verdure*here, as i it does a'thief or robber." ily. "Time's said'the land y The old farmer .
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riajinf KUIlbiAfiolacRihair.joaEOjemnthadow i : inJ.titr.tr., : but i iJ| grows.luxuriantly! for eight ;Ou the other :'hand a writer of South Carolina As.I before stated, the only danger of its moved up the hat,'""Well I do believe it ain't /
: Mont tb; 'n the vcar- *n<3l at a time wften almost tho'' of Parris Mountain encroachment other lands is -
'A : over signature on by its roots I r
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tlr saa'dedithore yet, a tone expressive _
: I all our other_ an ificial grasses ore' parched up b the'Nov, number 1 43 of.the Southern Cultivator and hence it should: not be,'planted in, or immediatelY MI missed It somehow ,other .
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; 1 t" lpwtheaocr. by the bent'6ft sun. Being a native of the "that he been cultivatingthe to 'gardens. My first
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> tropics rejoices in the Denial'heat of the grass called Guinea or, Means grass. 8 or 10 planting was adjoihingthe garden attached ,
i anti,l t,beoartd.seei /. ftuminers! sun. 'in climate BarkaePer'iut the gentleman hate the segars, .j'
j' ; ">Y Springing up our ycarv-rthat it bears ho scad,and can only be to the establishment puny steam,mill, and in
,tea wbtte saHs fioat'and flow, with the first barbingerr is rrinlt bears ropeatod -, propagated by the roots-that it can easily be the jSpursp of a few i'ears, if made considerable twelve",_ sixes mind and charge them in my .
.0 O.fJ tMJuetJ .;, .; > moVingtill,die C i ffosts.of.tbe .,j plowed,up by one horse;and can be destroyed Jnf oad"'iupoa it. The last printer, however, I bill. "D--n the aeSars" roared the exquis
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r' f A *W'foIe soiiri. ., 'k '., fall, f As known to all bfus/ive had bir the 7th entirelJlnOl eeaspnMha( .there;j| ,no danger turned to the'b .t A4 the pears were ,"few ite,Doti have'spoiled my hat that cost me five \

: F='Ofdet th .lit" L1 April this year a severe freeze which:destroyed spreading over, the,pI an tation4s a truly arrd/far between1; uis, spring. When only/aa dollars\ ,and you, must** pay for it" "That
H'n. h I .', i' much of corn and all the 'cotton which was valuable crass, and will bear cutting five or occasional stalk presents itself the root can wasnlm the barMin,. mildly' answered ,the

f:&***'f BeaA sal Ofsce.+ -Reader I then growing.. The Guinea'grass was at that six mca in the coarse of a season." The be easily taken up by tne spade i .." gentleman, but lallet.you keep the molas" t "
t eo tHe.Itnm HwiH be,'Inlhe Sabbath' time fiigh enough to mow, but it was killed 'same writer in another Communication in thesame I Having thrown together, a manner scs, which is a' little more than we agreed.

calm or Jour bushed chamber; but the poor nearly to tbe ground ',Subsequently,the loca number he says: "I would be glad ifyou the foregoing, remarks on the, Guinea Having drained' the tenacious fluid from his
decks of tion on which it was grown was entirely ''or of correspondents would I let call your attention beaver,as he best could,into a splt-box, the
aHordiei) betweert | rrow over- some your' Grass, me particularly f
mustaches rushed from the his
bis roitiftt yenei The taut ftoeeott that will Hewed, by ,the unprecedented high freshetat settle the fact,,whether the Means and the Guinea gentlemen of the Agricultural Society, to the man''of place,
retch yoef ears rill! be thoaa of kiodadit toM so Jaw season aa the first'of May, and remained grass are the same thing; I have thought importance of ,paying .more attention, to.the fury not much abated which by followed the sounds his of exit.ill-sn Ho p- f},
aect. are4 M Jow Crop a mother's care :upwards: of a 'week under the water they were' not I.have what is here t.called cultivation of such grasses as are adapted to pressed laughter
eMt heluspoutidethat reach from the river yet.it has already yielded 'us a' the Guinea i s. It is precisely I the same as our climate. ''To be compelled l to support our made his complaint at the fjblice office, but as .I

die rvi'''vtttt dylaf allot are tbe boarea fine crop of pass,and is bOW very nearly ready the Means grass in .appearance,,, but i stock all the, year from the crib and granary it appeared that, experiment could was be tried with I
murmur" cf tfatl wave which teems to com- tort econdmowin*> It Is frequently cut&or' the Guinea grass which I have bears no seed. .IS, an expense too grievous to be borne by the his own consent no damage recovNOKTOLX .;
pUta of tile delay of.its vkt m You will be 6 time .It.the course of.one eason.itnd; yieldsa I have"beeo 'in the habit of distributing the 'planters of the south. Our mistake seems to ered.ltlA !i

- 1t beeeat the green tree wnw love and large crop of hay each time. During the' roots among my, friends"in this and the adjoining have generally been. ,, that we have.expended July .-Aapo/.--The U. 8. ship i
crief ayfotojtk tfc rgot.'and,cherish last spa we measured a. small lot in which ', districts for years,), and their .experience our time and money in endeavoring to ;raise Raritan'was towed down from the Navy Yard t
your rkwes but the poor/tiior is,.beat lln. it wal growing M accurately at we cobldbyttejiplag with it is The same all mr,own." Again, northern grasses, in our Southern latitude totboNtval' anchorage'on Saturday afternoon,
the drk des &*of tto oiekiu there to drift ; it off and found it to contain'1000 In the February lumber of 1' the same. paper which are eradicated by the ,wild native growth the steamer Engineer: The'R. is bound' I'
4 about sit rte ft. tim tho treat judg- iqar9.yards, which is a small fraction over:1-6 for 18]9, the same writer says"Tho grass coltivated l-' of weeds and grasses more congenial the by thdPacific as the flag-chip Commodore :;

eftt-,- .;...1t. Child of a fecrc',-after the, grass which tens cutoffIsots by me as the Guinea grass is' not the soil and climate. The' Ions continued aDd to La Valletta, who out in, her /,
otmWJiU f. t- error+ Ida brief of sufficiently cured, we shocked till kind described by Edwards, nor,the annual, excessive heat of our summer ff as fatal to Q. goes as commander f
S.
of the that station.
lilellW" ucl'. pqril it.v dry! ,enough ,to stack -nod 1 weighlnjj an formerly cultivated about Charleston. liethuffperbn their production, as,their cold widters'rcald squadroaoo
,' Commodore Wm. B. Shubrick
blg Ia" b oughrn&n ales 1ft j ishock we found that tha piece I ,of and'gives pretty much the samedescription be to our cotton and' sugar cane t But.possess fronrt the command of the Pacific, recently returned I
Itrouad had ,yicldo4 JOOO, Iba of '*hfehthoyfh before Amidst of climate adapted to so greata Squadrob -
pkJ lallA." tUihnsiet his waKfeis cay; as quoted. so ed as we are, n ;his been to command the N.Iyy
_fli. ttM.tln '-day p1' : Jut', ac- not entirely I cured.: H&JL xufflcicnUy so great a,coQtrariety of op'on"and''feuch loose 'varieiv'of' vegetable productions, it would be I Ydrd.and; Station appointed : -
COII8If )" \. to'tilaw of its bcfcff afejy gore$ in a.boose, and vague descf iptions it to strange iad ed (we could;not find out, and : atPhiladeiPhis.Herald.1t ,
J. Thk would maka.on acre yield strive Axed factor aqua productive ,tothe 'H ... i' .
nearly gaga i I I :at any is'Tidi1DCWl cultivate; grass more withbi'hat
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bad
t ', AW Wlt(1e1iI' 1" Joie cutting.. 'hIwas: the second or _"Parts Mountain,*" who, acre, .04-,caPab, e of yielding lucre 'croqs du isa sign to see a mai ofat ,
,. 81i1ei "A'k4'Wt' hleb;'quQUt and talrd, cuuing 'and,It yielded 4 crops, birth none|I with both grasses"'says'they are'hot1 the same, II ring the seasou than can be obtained.where I midnight of explaining the theory and prin.pl f

._ q1I .Is61Ri t.etld 0 any in the State. I si heavy as the tae we tried the experiment but thin he says that his grass was not the the JM'riO'J or t growth, is so much shaner.I hh party to a .lnmp post.f i tt

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, ', 'i ST. AU' Q US T NI : ; 3 THESOUTIIEES PBESS.-By last mail we rep ---r-;urancejhat the prisoners \Vould*soon be lib- tional \Washington Monument Association. r abandoned on the 19lb March 1313, n- ,

\ : ,,:. _- ceired the Tii.weckty of the Sth, which' is the crated! nnd'harmony restored;. The prisoners ]I Quccrj, .Victoria had' a briliianL Drawing one month previous too issuing of tbe.per.
.; ajurdny3niyO,1WO.' mit No. 73 %o Richard IL Bartl\'t and ':
I '., first received in exchange. By 'kindness. of are at present under J thecontrbl; of ,Admiral, j i Room ait'St.. James Palace on the 20tk ultAawh 'lian'sixteenmonths previous to ordering more.tas /:r<

i?' : \. rORREPJESENTATII'flTO ccii.GRiss.-t[.friends we'had, been permitted i to! peruse form- \rmcro, who will. give no inKTrrnalion! in ruard -' [ those presented to'her Majesty, Were annulling said permit. .f

; J 1::. ." ',.50HIV KEAllD, OF fcEOX' CO. 1. er numbers Wo must say we are becoming ; to.them, and differs entirely in his views iprcstcot', the historian and Miss Lawrence' The premises.co.widered: : your.ar,omcnittec -1
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: ''z =- = -':-::d'I' : : "- --- --- Minister the former are unanimously opinion that tgy*petition,- i
more and more pleased! with its reading mat 1rn'thoCaptain: Gene l. An investigations [da 1teror the American ;
SENATOR MORTON, will accept,our thanks for; ', ought to be confirmed in his title tp.thetrscfof ,"
ter, at first we it in place and the General if of f preajnteil by ,Mr. Lawrence and the latter by
s Capt.
' 'I' I t. a very .neatly bound volume! :.containing the thought wanting '"..... land above described, and beg leave to report .'
Constitution of California, Journal of Proceed "Rich, racy verses, which we '';
1,, -. ings and. Report of the Debates in the Convention ., "The soil from which they come, taste: smell tirely innocent of any intention of disembarking G..P. *'n.. " under the in Washington, at the amepdnwnthaving[ beea concurred in;i it
I L anJsee. on the Island of Cuba,but were iJtf.rtsenge: j
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t of California.. I '',:' 1} was ordered tolboread' i ird tlm e, and : ,
I --- they bound to Chagres. Ad&mraLArmcrb few York-are this distinguished 10velcst and vaAj
\ List of Delegates: to, the c nventionftc., _. ___ s.-On first impression were read a third time mu. !\ .
%| !IE.\ our page wilfkbe harshest Countess Dembinski the /
is in favor of the measures young
faipill..Jlrbtt: -
\ : ; Proclamation of Gen. Riley, datOO June 3d found n A *able of Dr. W. Withers ....<.. .f :, '; 'FIRES* -' ,
very essay or Iwifi aidde
bfJtfajSr'Dembibski amptoRav
t t ; : )and! it.is, said, has treated the prisoners --
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. .. 1849. ., c 'f. 1 the Culture of this grass in the South.SWi also Thorris Turpentine ware house and
*" with ct eltr. A was d1freyious suth.already in this, country) was a pas- several 'f
"> .great! report [
.. of the
: Digest Spanish: Lwsuppoaetl to be ihis
:' ,' -, iu existence in California athue time i of the,tru be appeal vain. to the Southern' planter wt,:' to the ,sailing of the Georgia'', that ,[senger. Her history is one full.. ot romance' andconjucal adjoining buitdinp ..were11rmmioaofdoIIars_ -,.burpV.oa.th 1b. iJ

,'I i n nine of them I had died -of Hl-treatrnenr. ,Great .devotion. *
f; adoption or.jIn} : State ..Convention.. 't. -- ; ? j i Ist1. .. ,. BALTIo2xJu1: JOjf830* 4
k 4 "'" i inot i Americans i West Indian estates which tefon I
: ... excitement against gener-j \ Six :
" or Punuc LAUDS : In thee Florio ; prevails
; 'c 4 Memorial, Congress and official, Co'rrespondencc. : The fire last niirht in. Philadelnhlt extent..... ., :
sold --- -- ----- ---- '
of the 6th ally-more so since the newsfpf the\burning: ] ace were well worth .; 200,000, were lately 'D'F: ",
:, :" , July, we find the following < irqu from Racest. to CallowUI,and ,
4 ,; ""' 'I ..... .- --'... '->'''1( _L j- announcement of the'steanier'Gjadalquivcr arrived.;.in HIr: :by auctien, at Glasgow, for JS&.000.; from Wharf to Second-street. ,It brpko out

:' (, :- ; Death of .Gen Taylor. M7A friena; of Mr. M. D. Papy announctirnas vana. 1' Power's Statup of Eve has been recovered in Brick, Keat andt XV; wiei ale\jr cery. .

doneon the wrcclrahd|snot damaged or stained-:; One :thousand baas saltpetre exploded,some w.
J' r Candidate It is generally considered to have been [ron
the
::. But one.feeling, wu believe) ,.will be created? I a fur office" (Register cPMic Alt for-tho United '20 or 30 persons.kiUcd.j; Among \he sutrers ''1
.Lant .?; '. as an act 'of retaliation. There; will bcrc-shippcd soon "
purpose: ; RidgewaV tf TBudd .. .
throughout the fare 4fioirm
country, by this unlocked for] r '
I is also' 'excitement against the American [ States. J 1 t" '
:tnd lamented event, of which the intelligence j Also in the:SentinH of the 9th. .great WrighL'salmctcfianth1mt s4v.
.Consul Mr. of spmejetters The Fourth of July was celebnitcil'p', thJ:4unzttic end flour merchants alone ,Front-trceL
account
J reached us by llielastmail.J When whose) "We ,arc authorized. to announce David L. .. Campbell, on ;
thosq
Walker I ho wrote,t the United; States Department : Asylum at:Trenton. N"l,the ps1ictstakinFJtIb Pwehty or tbff11; "Iargccg-'dwelIing$
fame ,, as Candidate for Register if PUbIC .
belongs whose .
;totheir country, : yirtuesI ; \ ( Qrt cpiJt ,I.j au4, t'Ivchil4ren
I t patriotism And service have cfedcared them, ] I4tnds,- t;, the Election ofOcqkx iJ.': Jl J': (reft $:tin l't&t .Ibo...., APi91Qn"or'th, ,\R S.rdS.' )) t : ? CwrcJ? suce'cssful .and the n )Vctt1'CDr..u t..1Jaeif: .
\ ''fall I It would frora"lhirpatMajdr BeahMresignedjthaf fileiH1ft" ilii :. I is said tothave been Iy catimnted'one million, aadjx half of of. ',
I to a whole people, 'thug i il the 'hu'dst i of I appear l .. '
t ioliepp his ouso1orat jxercises-higfily interesting: 13I.1'ot, seated l ,.
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.' I J their glory, and in the meridean of their office J bii, We..,ha> T e : ,obJ aw. ,,
., :grcnt-5 ii nt reper:tn whether this PARTY'celebration. 'u:' There has been fire Ma Idn :
\ nothing definite. The tinciaxm4teaay: any mO t was,a .an extensive en.
.. t.hnpOint. vMaj
t
ness, the event comes the mind upon \ *
public W.w/-
\ upon ] ( > -
with a combined force ct, aphysicaleliock,] I I was a good, office/lie. has rendered the State attack : he basbe njthreatened' with assassination MARION< LODGE ROOM, Ocala, FlaM '. ; Lane City Oi ,CW ; ::.. : 4" te>- ..,_

,, and a social calamity. They must indeed( 'be] .eswentJalservice, and, we trus"his suecessorb. ,inn nonymous fetters, and docs not consider Jul)' '4th,.A. i.., Ig50 -Frnr- ""'" iA YI

;,. IL admitted to'be great' knd well deserving, who] 'be he.ivbo |iemay, will "be ap efficient.- his life and: that of"his, family, Safe, Theconsulta'kwthe of :Resolved That the members of-thii lodge 6 DOINGS 'COtfGKESS. ..,t'
the House
-- | ground that capture The }ofpresentatIes.baveidnp ,
I I are mourned by1 all or over whom DO partial] The extensive advertisement of B. E. Carr the vesseIswasan illegal act, in which he have heard with prfound sorrow the death, of almost un nimoiuily..the resoluUon vfr u1 ,... ..t;.
two
} \ or mere party' tears are shed such. a man.ihusj one of our rchant.ln& ; .to-day's paper will and American: their esteemed BROTHER, JAMES. CHILD ,.who censuring.the : Secretary.War, Chuff riJtf.! I .", "'"
all. foreigners .
is by .
supported :
universally lamented was Gen. Z. 'TAYlOR, doubtless attract:; the attention of.our readers. .' departed this,life( after a lingering sickness at the Galphin case. President Taylor Whrse., ".t!
tin Havana', censured, by a majority'of three. t' t .,)'t."
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the soldier
the heroic and the good
patriot
,
; ,By arrival, this commercial gentleman Micanopy on Wednesday, the 2Gth ultim6. .
every
The Spaniards; are assembling a large naval The House of Representatives n.larzc Veto,
... i man. Gen.TAYLOR was raised to'tbe highest! receiving' large supplies of goods,, and as' force at H vanll'. Three''frigates 'and Resolved That our: deceased brother, In i .his has censured Mr. Meredith the :.Secretary or

office the Government by a. national l ,rather, ] it i is"a wonder, of'many h.ow he finds, custq-' arrived from Spain to life was adorned by those qualities.whicib ihoTreasury, and/Mr Ruverdoy Joh'n90othc

t I. than a party rote, nd whatever difference, _of o-l mers we undertake to solve the mystery.by, [two brigs havbjurt Admiral Arme ThCatalan made him worthy 1 to be respected and remembered Attorney General l. in' relation: to;the Galphin

1 pinion may exist as to bis course as'a politician, join the squadron of o oi all mind- case. It is thought that th.oyJw.Uh Mr Crawftod -
] noticing the fact that he advertizes in the the head of whom i is Admiral men by intelligence, high .will '
( at resign.
t party ,
and character of hi he will be (.
rneasures,
f ) newspaper. : \ I in favor of war. In thmeantime < edness, honesty,.fidelity; but mow especiallywas -,
are.strongly
: followed to'his grave, as hews to the 'high] Armero, he endeared to us by the precious unf Corretpondtncc q,4.Jlew..' ... .

t station to which he Was raised ,by ,tho respect J Reduction, of the price of Pine the volunteer: arc drilling .dailjrj tion of the, mystic lie: and more especially do \VwnmatuJuy 7, 13O .

I the grateful ntimeD and ,the,veneration of lands in Florida.' [and amount now to five thousand men. I we recognise in his life these virtues which .I foward telegraph the, rusuJtoftK6ocv J

; his countrymen. : .' i The passengers by the Georgia were ,allowed -1 [tion :of the Howe ,on a. portion of the pendng -- "
;, : We; .see in Ihe, proceed!.%ngs of' Congress of 1 I to go on.shore until the arrival of the Ful- \ye ttust. will entitle him to a seat in that. ccl!, resolutions relative to tho Galphin claim. J.

TELEaRAPmq'lN7'ELLIQENCE the 5th, instant, that Mr. Yoke is pressing'' '[con, when strict prders were given that no one .stial) 'Lodge above, that' building not: made Fhe. following j :statement in detaili i .1 j"
the where The Select Committee thron IJrii"ift"'TBart '
eternal in heavens
hands
with ;
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For the Charleston Mercury the bill introduced by him sometime ago for ihould leave'the :ships ; 'thi, no'doubt, was J'
theIr Chairman had
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'ho
;i DEATH OF TUB ho Gran4 Architect of the universe prcsid reported following"
PRESIDENT.WASHIKOTOH
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: S reducing the minimum price of pine ,lands in owing to some news! received: by the Falcon, resolution: : !;! :ti

President, Taylor is dead, July lie 10,8a.m.35 our State. The bill us introduced fixes the' by a spy, whocamo out, in her. 'orcver.. "- 1 Resulted, That the claim of the reprt.-scn- "
expiredat { That in the death of .beloved
price ut 25 centi but it amend Resolved, our tatives of Gcbrgo Galphin was not a Just de
acre
minutes past 10 o'clock last night. He: died] per was J A POU .1. '
with composure. :ed by the committee to whom it was referred PRECOCIOUS, PUBERTY IN 4- ,' brother, in the strong ago of J1\anh.od, whenif mand against the United Stafcs. '* -' .r;<
: ;
'I TRY YARD.A he had been spared tho fruits ,of virtues efforts 3 That the act, or fOl1gress'rMd: it th& .
jby adding fifty cents, and came up before the] duty of the Secrctarjtof the Trftisiirf to : 3t '1
fact which paV1\
mentioned curious
friend has
Inauguration of the President. for him aro'admonishod ;
would begin to ripen we
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WjLSHlSGTOJf [Senate upon the amendment reported by the principal bfsnid claim, and it;,," thcrcV
: July 10. far to confirm a declaration made by a and.the '
the Uncertainty of
goes of ,life with law7 .
: Tho two Houses of Congress met in.Conven- the committee, ,to which" paidin."conformity and pru
: .
in
i, lion to-day at 12' o'clock, and Mr. FILLMOUK t. ,: Mr. Vulce said I hope the! certain old l ladyof our acquaintance refer- preciousnessof! gdod( men.Resolted ,h edeTnLh" 4 '
encc.tothe rapidity of increase, which is observable : furniture and of'the .' I 10 aforesaid' did 'riof autRorizV
That the jewels
was Inaugurated as President. Mr. ,KIll, of ,amendment will not .be concurred in.. The' 1 *
,Alabama will be chosen President of the,Se I proposition of the bill is to reduce the minimum in our fine climate among portions of Lodge be placed in moirningforth. .rOc months the;Secretary of the Treasury fa phyihtr.t" ; .
nate. Eulogies were'delivered in both Douses.In .. price of the lands referred too to and f on said claim, nnd itc lipnjrrin!nt was _lOt. hill,
.l twenty- the brute creation especially among and a copy of these resolutions! be sent to tht' confbniiity with law' "

Mr.the KIKO.Senate by Vo ULtMr"'VEns'1'EBu' ,and!.I five cents. The committee! propose fifty cents. ,\,'hat :are denominated stock cattle. A gentleman relatives' of the d cac Jd" And that: ..EJi't | :Mr 'i'uinWhad; movtit or"preccdcnt.7 7 nmcnd ns; fnI!lmb:
A
mttce.wJ s appointed to superintend [II think if the sum is fi1ed.nt fifty ccnts,the ob-, ,
the Funeral Obsequies, whcih arc jcct of the bill will be defeated. These rcinot ,. who happened t6 .sojourn a day ortwo rs of the Tallahassee, Jackionvi lIer and.St: ,1,1/1 /, That t1iee is no evidence sibmi-, t ,

: deferred until Saturday. The members of the [ agricultural) lands. They are suitable it her house (it wait her wont to give1' Augustine papers, bo requested"jpublish ,the. icd by thu comijprit: { ; lo which wu* ft't'ar' ; ..1l'1' ,

; Cabinet will tender, their resignation' ...n [only fur stock-lands, for lumber and naval 'entertainment tb .the way farcrwas struck, '! : the !letter .of IhttJJon: ,Geo'rgc, ,\V. J.aif""ftol': '" t, .
'. same. -
week, .' ; : as& : 1.1rJo.' utA. _, ., : .
tl[(stores.which will Thcysare.more 'tEanuhlow, capable ot no fair, production {with rtach"surprise.on; : seeing a small, and A truct.cQl, ff" 'c. qf ,tj.!' :' 1- ':";-r,.)
.iIUNGTO fjioiijlo tho labor bestowed q compensa- df..11dy'young animal 'oflbe'cdw'kind, witff :.':. V Jko. .G/REABDOS, Sec1. ,,6f Goqnrf! Calphlnj; f! irrtpu( us hw p 'rCOfI"
,* upon tho'pruductiorr. I ,
July 10 .1 .. al or official conduct in relation iotlm .tlJt'-
>
< call
>
at her foot rind expressed to the good -
It haK Uvn found in ,the of .the a
I ThcCabmcl imvc tendered<< their resignations experience -- TIlE SAVANNAH AND N. YORK 'STE U. ,pent of the said-claim by'the pro'Pct olficcr
southern Slates, in private and'public, : sales [ 'his'astonishment nt.thefact.to which ,
They, however, will continue in office for the; woman af the Government."
present. Speculation& i fiC' bus/ in surmises ps,(that the sum of fifty-cents cannot be obtained: she with} perfect na'iveto replied: "iffy ,(".'| ERS NOT SOLD. : Mr. Schenck,moved to amend the above fc by .

to thftjr successors. N/o/ change will be made for Iambi ofthis de criptoJ1. A very large that is, nothing to what 1 hare seen,this is The Savannah Republican of tho ,llihst.j adding- 0
before the close of the ..scsiion.WASHISCTOX sale occurred in honda, in which a targe -
present says: 0 Provided floimrovThat this Houw is'not
quantity of lands of {perhaps the greatest country for naturin the to
exposed
this.&Ic&r.ription was
i "We learn that letters have been .received be n.i his,relation
understood approving to that '
Jury 10, 10 n. m., to public'auction, in which 3 ',000 acres (world"- It the, following. fact ,dosn't pretty in this city, 'purporting that the New York and claim in continuing to, bo interested : in the .

Mr. FiLiMORshu taken the oath of office a? were sold, and\ in which the highest price ob- I well sustain the old lady's position we hardly Savannah Ocean-Steamers hate nat ken sold.IVu .- prosecution of it when it was to,be bx/imlhcd/ ,

President of the Unit d tates. The members talucd fur some pine lands was, I believe, [know what would. Our friend states that be are not surprised at this report, for we adjusted.and paid by,one of" the dvpitrtmcikU '
ofthe( Cabinet have one mill. Some of them brought, four, five,
:tendered their resignations heard it in quarter of the Government he .
six milT 'but reached has in his yard a hen that was hatched on have never reported any himself being nt thr
and < of them onecent [
none
jili j ; be sold
II than that they were sold. Whether,they will same time at the head another of those depnnments
There sale of school the 4th March making her alitt(> more
acre. was a
per
I "I. Millard Fillmbri, do solemnly $wear that : ; or not, is another question. We shall rejoice ; but this House considers that such
will faithfully execute the ,office of President lands last sprhigwhich happened! be lands |4 months old, that has been more than a ;week exceedingly ifthey are not. I, connection and interest of a member of tha

of the United Stages, and will, to tho best of. of: this description. They offered (hose which sitting on a nest 011 eggs of her own laying.. One of these letters further states that the] Cabinet with a claim pending and'proseculcd

my ability, preserve protecu and defend the. lay were upon most navigable valuable! waters but and ofthem consequently |we think,,this cant be beat any! where; truly'tur"i Steamers will rail as advertised, in the New! before another department would J be d! 6Croos ,
Constitution of the none : brought The advertisement in those pa-1 and
I United Sates.: York papers. as a precedent ought not 10 be sanctioned. -
thc minimum price of fifty cents, and there is some pumpkins heiti.Epitbuia .
4 for
l' which we take pleasure in publishing
The President
then retired
from the Hull)), were: consequent I ,no aIes. I am satisfiedthat pen
I as did the Cabinet, and the Senate in the order the : general infonnatmg, runs as follows. The question being taken on this amend. .
: [ ol.jcct\ ut thtf bill will be defeated, if
; i of News. Line of Ocean of Mr. Schcnck
I in which they entercsi !. [the price is fixed at fifty cents an acre.. I .FROJL SAYimuH.-Regular' ment It wns decided i id the
A clerks dismissed by the Steam Ships.Florida affirmative-yeas 168, nays 25.
i
then
mes-vge was received' from the ProsiJunt Of the 13 temporary
Several; Senators (Jebtted the quest Fhos. Lyon commander, August. 1 The negative votes
on..somefor were, Messrs. Allen,
: ',: t-Jrorgc! of P.the Fisher United States his, by the hands Secretary. of [ and spme against,' Mr.' Davis of MissisipVni. : [Post Master\ General on theist July, \says the Alabama, C.D. L'udlow: commander,Septem I Alston' BokC,_ Bowdon_ Breck Burt. CabtlL
Esq., private have .
Democrat
[ all
American .the
) ber. tlmgman, ,Dcbernr, Harlson
Baltimore 1
l v Hilliard, Jack
for ,
nlan
of. fraduation.1\I Dawxnn
T was: a .,.. .. :
-- ---- --- -- -- ----- the of the of Kin ,
I" ; I take
; been reinstated, while the Whigs were not. These new steamers places | son, Georgia. ?, of New Jersey Me-
_p ;. S It was read as follows: Georgia was for granting a part of th'ese1 A force is to be concentrated on the Cherokee arnd Tennessee, and are intended to ;Gaughey, McKissock, Morton, Orr, Owen,
Fellow Citizens oftheSenate, lands in aid of' [ large New York and Savan- Scddon Stevens of
'rail road),,-the latter would Brevet LieuLCol. run regularly between Pennsylvania, Stephens,
h and House of Rcpmentatiref: result ,in, ,killing us with 'kindness, and' ,the Texas frontier'under command nah. They are aboutl400 tons each ; built in j of Georgia, Toombs, Van Dyke, Wellborn, '
t ,, A great man has fallen among us, and a Hardcc of the:3d. ragoons. the most substantial manner, of the best materials and \Villinms.I ,
: whole country is called ',to an pccasion of unexpected former fl2.would, i not,operate immediately, The Secretary of War has given official notice f and are in every respect first class ores- The question then being on the resolution

i; : ; deep, and genera} mourning. woulu i not'pe as beneficial as a change now. .that agreeably to tbo provisions pfnn act sels. Their accommodations for passengerswill .of &1 r. Toombs, thus amended, Mr. Thomp

L I re-commend to the two Houses of Congress Florida is much interested in'the reduction. 6f i the rank and file of the army, end {; be unexceptionable: and they are expected son moved further to amend. .

to .adopt such measures as in their discretions} :the price of these lands, no'cinc can afford ,to to incr asc Juno 17th to be ready for sea as above named. r: "And consequently, that ,the House also totally *

may e' m prpov> perform w ith du nities the >&<:qU cS Zachary Taylor [1850, companies) of light artillery will be to PADZUORD, FAT & Co., or ion, expressed by tha President of the United
late tunetl11ff\! States; and thereby, to' : ,. ,is,the frequent tresplSS! s.upon.thl.1D increased to sixty-four privates each. jy 6 SAML. L. MrrcniLt, 194 Front-st., N. Y. States 10. the said Secretary of War,that be

signify affectionate regard of ,-they lie unoccupiedaid the State derives (the said Crawford: ):being'at ,the, head of lao
r he American, people for JheeO'ory of one no taxes from them-Finally the bilL wasre-, .,'At a recept lecture: ,on tile subjec,tof the mus- Claim of Richard n. Barrett, tinder Vr Apartment j nd the agent the daim-

whose life has n'deY'qtccfl9) the,public service committed.. The, graduation system it'pass- c lar Itrepgth.oftbohunum frame, it was staed the Armed occupation lAW. I int8did not ,tako front) him any rig t. he

; whose career in arms has no been sur d by the Sena1wpfear will not that Augustus 11., king ol Poland, could This' bill being ,reported to the Senateand may have' bad as uch>Sgcnt, or would! ,'ti Vo :
slip through
passed in usefulness :rorj brilliancy; who, ,has roll silver plate like, a sheet ofp pcTandLwst the, amendment ip committee concurred in; badims such agent, : cr wpuld' bayou Jd UJea.( .
llouse-at[ this Sessi : It is bills of tbiskind up hlfltr in the
n. on having exzthjatj
: *
; been so recentlyfa'sed by tho unsolicited voice. : hbrsershoe; asunder.; A l IfisWkilphaye4ft was then stated ordering] on nnd aeCwotthe
upon
strongest The question
th cIaImbtle
$ 8cc .
feel the heed or"sucb
' ofthe, people thehiehosrcjyil Authority. in wo /'a thaOinth, 4hTeart. -
4 I, the government-which he ndmmisterpd with iqusc'of"Representatives.! Major Beard- : the impress ,of.his teeth the'bill, to engrossedfor_ a'thid reading I"Mr. *usp nded. nl. :-.f ).4-; ,.f .4 '.

t t ,, so much honor'and advantage' to his coontry,' His of ; his { upopsoliipicooirOfl: rbtit the most-prod- DAWBONV' f'Will merely .readthe rtJt! f*,( mf/wfarTfiatlfiS House dccidcdlr, ;
knowledge
thecountry en *
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\ and by whose dertdenth'8I'1manyfl\ope..of 1I1 libidos ttfJniJsTclejs'ehibi'.e> the fish. port Mr. President, without taking up inej disapproves ofand dfsssnts, from,the opinioo .
future usefulness'bavu been blighted forever. ipd experience in,the salo of ,& ,ds11bi.t, fth. 'The whale power moves'with a' velocity ;through the ;time i by' nf observations of my own. It is given i bv the Attorney General in favor oCam

I To you Senators nncl ,Rcpreteoiativcs ;pfa aiding'Buch mcasimres.;, -. ['dense medium ot water, that woulu! carry him follows: f. I, ajlowance of intereftpnjaid, claim and from
L' nation in tears, I can which From the evidence on, files in the,Land 0 -, tb.ft! joCtha.Secretarjrof! ('the Trcasttfr in
nothing cam I
' say Our Cubias? U 1tOninotv y' die tate,continued, round the worldin paymentOjfthesamev.. .' ; .. ..
:. alleviate the sorrow :With which you ,are, oppressed ; at same ficeit .appearsthat permit:Na 73 was granted : ;: '; .'.\ ,. .. ', '
: :tOratefnl.Admiral'Armero .. fortnight Haller says that'he saw a man toRicherd H. Barrett under the act of 4th I! A mteTOtebeiDg'b tJaefitsttitubch' '

1\ an$iht Catalan Party,' [whose finger caught iVa chajn' at'' the bottom [August, 1842, ("for the armed occupation arid of tb word "suipcndcdiifl ;$'agrced 'to
1 appenf to you '0. aid me, under the tryingcircumstances of of the Territory of Fiori-' avotq Of91 to8&.. \ 1f\ ,. by. I
i forcibly'bent ,he settlement a part "' : "-
.which) .surround me in'the dis. I IzmfarirqWarII'The [otanmThO.. _,By keeping IJt ] Ida ") on the 15lh qf April, 1843,. who made .The quettion'thert, recrirrih .
rharee of the duties from which however much 1 Q the 'whole weight on thd S obkt
that mean
taken
J following'is jfrbm the'44tirrm,6k supported [settlement, built; a.house,' and cultivated; more branch, at a vet :lat&'*h ""amidJt'; -' t. "
I may be? oppressed' by them dare not shrink; American,from which,it ;,will i b '_ centha'.isI .. ofhis body, 150 pounduntil be was drawn,up than five. ,acres'on, Uw northeast. quarter ofectipu ronr the Hoasd idjowneS!?- I" : WK-W, ..'
I and i I rely! upon ,Ilim,*fto holds In his hands distance of 600 feet. 28 township 10 South, ,26'east, "-. "* ii5'i* 'Mrl* ,
a ,
strong partya I sivana- backed 'by .Admiral (ta the surface, ... $ : range : 1. : > ; j
: .
the destinies of nations,to endorx'me with the ) laftco'rdine the requUitions of the law above ,
Armero, who are desidedlym 'fAvdi t of t-. I arcJtIiranda} ,,. Consul Generalof ----. '" to : trot*'(J&Ckarl&on# "'' *' "
requisite} strength for i iho task, and t$: avert ; 1>' ,Don Joseph ; (re ited. I' r ?w. ; 'f- ; :.

\ I'romour country the evils apprehended fromthe king the'United. t. States j : _( ,;,')f ; ';| .:. ,...... 'Spain in :London has becu appointed | ;, On the.28thJuly, I84tf: l letter'warnddresied -W3feSfoi8'Sffi---1'! "' : :
\ which :
Ii -. heavy calamity\ has,bcfall n us. "FROM llAY ANA-,The Steamer Georgia,' Consul of Spaiaat'tfew' Orleans.' ] | f.cjIheiand: Office in:Washington to.the q war J9Ptc4.

shall most readily1 onur in whatever at New York, left Havana'on'the: morning: of '1'he'etT. tiv 'military] ?force of6c,00oo :Russia, 'is register and receiver at SUAUgustineWformi& dent for i:9P Jes qf au, brd! UMjplS mh '
the: wisdom 6f tt
: measures theJlV; ,Houses maysuggci4 No!J J'hn'd been ; Jq
that England J30.000 that of | ? them'that permit? an.inuiled tQ. the Jata'CYaC1m1fdrot
4th, aqd made the New Yorkinalinle men ; fot1" 1'0"
: his the July, run to ; ; le
I 4 as befitting deeply melancholy! ) ,, ,as issued in contravention: the 3d &fter"1hc" d1 t: rb Texat,
?
I occasion. HnuLsD FELLMOBE.. f overtbrce days. According,,to the, [F!'-nce- ,'00000' lion: of the Act, embracing land, which at 'ti id ..t L..l.it .-,

j: Washington., J. ly.IO, l&o. New York ptapers,"she left in port'the U. S. |I The ,Spanish nation 1o t#' :the people' of'J he date otthd permit, .was:within two riu( 9ft.'.1 1Se.bnf: waareau" "'... $ v.ra.: t or'1.' "I"1 ff\P .t

.,_ : rigate Congress, Commodore Mekeever, 'and Great Britain Two 'nundred. and eighty .mil-1 1I fthe[ military,post'establ Jhcd At PilatkaTc o i-, *: 1w '' :.'' ,t.I.,.'l.4.u., -.I ...m. ':., ..
CnoLERA.-The,Cholera 'is, with ;. Jfr'.J- m-mt JiiJ
; nOt'mmflnal
claimant
raging .
grea
oficontinuiresidencc '
of'dollars. qnent1y.the de' :
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the slbop-of-warGermantownCapt: lAwndes;I lion f "n : & S .D R t Ur .
in Ohio and'Tennessee. and u1Uv ti0h \ ,
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mortality : The Rev.Father ; APJP
"' f sc
I crew'all .: : Lie 'er. at Washington received : biJ J .ipr S3 d
)officers and \ 'wel\I Commodore >MciCeever 1pr.; a hope t aIr .
I opmbs 'prcsident tbeac6pariying'ltter ( 1tnd the'pezu :
: Leonard
I i ; iand are Prom ::9 rfenefal nqons
'II : sand 'gathered 'by his spnj growing
had an I interview, with ..the'CaptainGeneral I s ease earthier : : W. J. \Worth rcceiveil-at 'tljffice QULUha.smbjcc* be''
It \' the recent\ th.lnC cinnata.- J '
It.Is q4 iii scoz .bl ,
!} :jamoop ;broken d'jwu extremely satisfied, with e,1 from the.grave:'of Kosciusko, has presented it, : and made part of thiJ.wpotj/'lf: i appears bO fiiWtJ'j a!II .J 1f., ,tI
have
r i also said, to [ out'. Washington, n result of it,the Count, Alcoy giving{ tery s.; through ;the NajtoaVInteliigencer I jo the ? a- ttiattha! milipry' pojrt'at !nat Jj ,ijU; opinion 'F[crt perma; dl' but liWItf"' li'

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f k 1iy.b. BQ. biIs$ asWe, and fo Byenke' |!iefn lCind,chastise (he termerityl B.A 'of muTns,directed. by decree or IX months after date I shall preent my ae.f I Itt AY'flutter, LeafUnl .M I lams, Beef,Cod. '_ .
.4 aak'. ItJCai r". Kh could .b41 practl.1 of the *|greqser.tt and o\I hlers. I aincerelyl : Court of the Eastern Circuit 1 f ,_ counts and vouchers] as Al'nilll'tsratr'x' f thtElate Il*!i. Sau&ic.\< M<**; Pork Paeon Shoulder! *, '
,, .l1 pO* 0t::Hot occluded. by, strongly trust thcru ufill.bo "good vence enough in the! "il'jb'loridnr! for the cnunjy of 8h Jihn,ln'a o( William Gibbons, dectascJ to the Hon.. '& .for sale by' B. K. CARR.. .

dyi9{ Ute p\4QQ\ Pmide IO(79Uf4S party tp refrain from ..wanton agjrension. The] cause wliercMathew Solatia 1:4\ Complain/tut, Judsjecf: ProSote of Alaehua County for a final! i Groccrjjijj4j11,, Ac.- \ ,.
; % : fcasibe, floor for foreigners acting under,strong excitement,! and Mary, Ei Hernandez anti 'other, D.-en-1"( ett. .nent fsaid Estate and shall at the same time A very choice lot cf Butter Sugar, choice llama t

w, tad several mhsr Senators.' pre- prevailing from this sudden and unexpected danls, I will uxposd fur sale in front of the > PI' .'v of for'Letters of. DilJDissionai' Admlnhtratio. lil Baken. Pork Crackers. Fbb,TellS Coflii, :;pi- ,.

: P' IJN.1O loW'. call Jor a heavy.tar. Few if any of them have! Court;House in the city of tfL .itiustIe, on t w take which all persona, interested in did Ertat cet i&c. by cnr'' Cyprus jus discharged,for tale by f -
'FneraL impression now It "that IheCompoai heard the collector's nam and are not aware! Monday 'the second day of September next* notice.',' 1.oNN. March 1 E.CARR.

f, .II is virtually$ dead, an$ that it[!, who'are authorized to collect the tax. ., between the hours often and two of thut; day, !: ".. JOHNS.Per1T.J. PlEnTT mintstntrix.r .\ T IK SEED OIL, While .Lead, Turpentine, Var 14:

"eventually be kid aside. above party returned. having found| the'following mortgaged property Io Fla.June 3.1.1850.ill gtnt.NewnnnSTille JLJ DISh Tar, Rosin,* Oakum, Spikes tAmes .
ita : nH'ltBed. Ie I All tbut.ccrtai House "itJ.J..- j \Vick,Lathes and assorted Lumberror sale )
bite *dp GalpJIfi.afg&faf.IteBtoiayon c thing quiet. : ., and lot or -r" --- -- -
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ditl. h PBOZATB OFFICE Sr. COCSTT, ) Jan. 26 H '
'ft6 !cn 'on : P.19' H M HMHM l 11 every other building thereon or thereunto appertaining "_ P.E.CARR. I i \
The cable l i otionVgcon ld ir JJemtAftdl\ lll.-The hearthas memories! situate, tying. 'and being in the fetid Notice.13th March 1S50. $ Choice Urocericfi. -- 11
wWeh the Hbusa od' ihQt never die. The of the world 1 01 tit. t 4 FINE hit of Lard.
..yotoby BMurday a- rough rubs city Augustine on Block No. 21, bounded AdministratorsGuardians and others gutter Cheese assorted. I 'l
- dtpied ft,resetetlen casting Implied censure] cannot obliterate them. They ,are memories] as follows One line on the East fronting! .,Executors failed to file in thw office the nnnual _L Crackew, Ham*. Bacon, Fkh, Smoked Bee-
'
ofltfee Preside*!for bis opinion that Mr. CrAW.] ofhome-.cary home. 'hre.Is magic in the! Marine Street,measuring eighty two feet eight accounts.,required by the Statute ; are hereby notified. and, Fulton Market Beef i ",;
1 ford had arltrttopro ocai(5aclaimnovwilhjatsadteg ( very sound. These is thq old tree under! inches, N. SOW ; the line on the Southfruui that unless the same are presenu-J without further at .retail. 8. F.. CARR : .

y his befcg. member of the Cabinet. which{ the light-hearted boy iwung many nl ing Bridge street,measuring sixty i four feet .t. unnecessary delay,the provision* of the bw against' Choice tirocerins Provisious &c '
'I', Tfearooitoa to wy,onibo table the motion] day; yonder tho river in which, he learned ,to] 67" W. making the South List corn rjufthe defaulleraiu, such matters, will he rigidly enforced.! :F JLSII Groceries, Provisions now dischargine. -

\ to reconsider; |ral Wied by a vote oC89 to RWirnr there ,the house In; which ,hq knew station of botlj Tines ; tbe other twolines run- ti. HUMPHREYSJ of Probate. I from brig Benjamin Carsur. Ifidays from New I .
tIt Sotfea rol<*tk n cannot hereafter '- father's protection; hay"\f1ere'1s, the 'room in] ning parallel with the two mentioned ; the March 16. I York. 'V poUch the attention of the Trade pn I

4 pia takeflp.The [which bo'romped with,brother and aster, long I riorth or third.line adjoining lor of John Drys- --I -1 vatd families and others, to the large and cxten ivi*

I8C, .c I''MtmQ&' slope, alas! laid In the grata in which'o must] dale, measuring sixty three feet ; and the, MTotice date hereby.will given to, that the i six months of Probate after, tock> now being received and flered to the Trade : -
,1J3 we present Judge original package, customary terms at Charkstuiprices. '
-.J.g fortb'bU1hell i diapprocshnd soop be gathered, overshadowed by yon old! Wet or fourth line adjoining John J. Hedrick of St. Johns C unly. for settlement and allowance, '
unttaw &otJ\io1p ni91 4 the,1 Attorney,Gen-j church,whither' with a joyjuus troop like him-] measuring ehehty three f ct, as will more fully out accounts as Executor's the Last Will and] 1 I Ir20do -'
200 bbl Flour assorted brand, 25 do Pilot lroa!
: oral ttxlfTdin ibdftccflhe Secrejaryof, clf, be has often followed, his parents to wor-| appear by ,the Plan and Survey, recordedin Testament of Mary Kejes tleceak-d-nnd as Testamentary -! assorted Crackers, 500 buaUftg. Corn 75 hairs '
fa pnyln iljp i the claim ,bip ,with, and hear tho good old man.who. tbo office of the St. Johns .
TfesJtory ; $ (1.'stOD ] Coupty nforu- Guardian pCliejtchildren,!anJ, lunher notice lay.75 bags.Oaf*,50 do UraadTYs bUs Mt* Pork.a
was fidbPlfd by a vote()fl 19 to CO, [ministered ot the aiter. \Wieven tbo very j 3id, inDeed Book, Daee42pflanncxcd.t t.'h ''.fw91 fit W etaK-Mwe apply'T thhda Sho.aUIen.2 do Bacon 1 do .''Hams 1 tierce :
ThO.1 IVC then byne' f44439, N.yatkbt oI.hOWt :ir onthfu.d with tti& conyejanceof5he:said'House* and lot nl .a & "sarfJIJ! Qr'o1v final dixmarge ,as such fix'' dried Beef, 15 bbl Lint 35 kegs do, 25 do Rimer. '

,.a. Jrq.. bougfatspftask comes .tob..Jftl.peasant j jrernembrances ground made to Jo p.t Heruandqs1 by Afctbnia ecut&s arti Guardians.' ..fFOCSTKIO fcatfca Cheese,30 boxes do, 3 half bbb Pickled t
lectijm1ttcjJt of tntLhD cCa.ionl' that rail] P. ftfedecw, the widow and Administratrix( I THAT E c. ami Te-t'ry'Guardian, j Tongues 12 bbU Stewan'a Sugar,10 do kild.dnV doS I,
jo6fthuoinmIu *ft1nl (forth some generous exhibitions of the noble] tho Estate of Francis Medices deceased. t BinTOLoOtliTtttEs; txC"c.: Dud Test't,Guardian. do pulverized do.. 3 boxes Loaf do. 3 hhds N 0 }

mnn that iJieclflitrtofGalphin was not a just] trails; of human nature; here is where he] Also one moiety or half of all that certain -" By.G.JFArr.Agnt.; do, lOboxf 0 11 do. 10 barrels Moiassrses. 15
demand ugatest theUmtud Stutcs,was adopted] teamed[ to.feel some of )his first emotions.j I lot,of ground sit'iatcd on Marine street with St. 'a''A. pn Police.1'6-1350.' ',1" '. sacks Rio Coffle 5 hlf chests Black Tea 20 boxis

yavoieofI4ato49, :_ '. I There,perchance, ho first t jnot the being who] in said city of St. Augustine, bounded oil the months from this date\ haIl Starch, 40 kegs Nails, 3 bgs Pepper, 40 bogs shot
The 8ocori<>i !is tNt'hi effect'thai the I Jove and tenderness in life, has made East by said street, nnd meastuing thereon 'HlWO Accounts and Vouchers I prceeot 5 keg.J Powder. 200 ban Lead. 25 bbls l''tty. 15
iho tho'Socro ilJer br himself h than that four and I.B. my ) as Admin Jitratrtt ioxes assorted Glas, 3 LbU Louisiana Oil, 2 do TUTjentirc -L
Act of Qwfrwa rnade it duty of ] | PP4er een ] forty a half Spanish Yarns ; on the of the Estate of Manuel Romero, dcccnsrd, to the
.11 f It rJ.ur1to1..tbep'rinc1 nl E his childhood know, There are certain] north by a lot formerly the propertyof, Francisco Judge of Probate of St. Johns County for fottk-ment 30 kegs white Iiead.2 bbls whitinjr, 15 cnns
rrr 'uvotoofn2tc feeljnjrs hunianity and those too, the Verdigris, 5 bbls.(!on Tar, 10 baskets Champagne
..Il 1a4.wu.lIo; among Rosey, measuring thereon fifty one anda and allowance.
eeL ', best, that can find an, appropriate .p'1Ifor! half H punish'yams: on the South, by a lot JOHN M. FONTANE, A nunistmtor. Wine bids, 10 eases Cordials 10buketa Champagne Cider -
TboJJKrd.-e* ,',v>*iiu) forth i that The exercise only by one's owjj reside. There is ] formerly of John Tat and measuring thereon St. Augustine, 'May. 18,1850., Mackerel. 3 boxe Codfish 20 do
*nid Act did iiot-oulhorizii.tho Secrctury uf thom pricacy of that,which jtwasn species of forty nine and .a half; Spanish varas; and on I. tlerrines 25 sacks Salt, 30 do table Salt, 2<>
-. to pay int ret on the claim,. wu cratfon$ Ho wUojsccks wantonly to! the West by .a lot formerly\ belonging to Notice. JQ boxes Tallow Candles, 10 do Sperm do, C do ;
IX Months after date I shall present my "account Adamantine do? so do 25 do fami-
extra-Soap,
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it !
invade 1 neiiiermom less han villain J. M.
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.carrieynYOteOffltu11. ? nor ; Ugarte, and measuring thereon forty Adiuinistratrix
nd of
vouchers i the of '
estate Irdo 2 tierces Oil 40 boxes bbls.
Pefidtog tho consdcruUonxf, ovcral propoJsod and J cnce, therp exists no :surer test of the:de-j four and a half Spanish varus;which said lut Charles r> W., McMoin deceased to the Judge of Pro. J Raisens.fi,. .J
Almons, 1 bag Ginger, 1 bdl Hops, 5 baskets
Qmefl nenwXhoclIoUso then adjourned* basement of morals III community,than the] of ground was purchased by Michael Nelli- bate of Alachua County fora Gnal ;settlement of said Sweet Oil, 13 do Musiard bGI Rose Cordial,

II r. Morion gave notice that he would ask] disposition to tolerate.In arty made, the man gun)jointly with Mattias -Leonardy from Ben- state.and ahlIlat ,the same time apply for letters ofsmuslon 3J pipes Brandy, 1 do Gin,;fl .casks \Wine j
a1Itt'to amci'id thcactcntl-f invadestho-sanctity or private lifo. In! Ihmm A' Putnam, as will fully\ .appear by; as,such Administratrix of which all persons quar ,
I JeiyO In Ittroduco the turmoil of the,world ,'Jet there be at least] lved nnd Record in the office of the county urrested in said estate will take otia. 24 do Brooms '6 fiesta Tub, 40 reams \.wrap ;

lleduAn'BCt\0 pnividu for the punishment ;ono ipot where't.he'[' poor'man may find offec- Clerk oSt. Johns County, in Book N. page'' MARY McMAtX. ping paper, 10 B Chocknlate, 5 boxes assorted ,

ufence comnii\tp | cutttfif) dstroylng or! tion and confidence',which is not likely to beat ] 328: and the said moiety or halt vf. said lot J Administratrix.June Preserves, 2 hbds Leaf Tobacco, 15 ,boxes assorted t I.

}romoviOK Hye.,oak oiher-timU-r: 'or trcbsreaerydtor ] t .-Dr. Hatelce*. 1t ,I If I.was sold by the parties Michael Nelligan and 1st. 1850. 15 coi ,s Brands assorted do.Rope 10 do, 7cask Pipe, 3 pints do vials I'o.Snuft ter, b I:.1:

naval ttpprordi 3 March! his wife Ma re horn to Joseph Hernandez, as Florida )uud Accncy. ,
purp&scsto i SELFlSIINESSUNCUItITIAN. do Scotch Ale, 5 do alononJabcla'"hl k'y ;
S | will appear by Deed of sale recorded in the TIM E undersigned ns Agent for the respective
r1 : Live I iti 5 cases Pickles,8 do Olives J do assorted Cnt- \
JUI ; ; .; | lor ome purpose the world. Act office of the clerk of the County Court] JL roprietors offers for sale on exceedingly reasonable ,
Mr,1.Yulep ppsseatea memorial officers 6t t tout put'wcJl. Fill tbejroeasuro of your of St.Johns County, nfoiesaid, Book N. page term,the following l lands among which are some sups,2 do Sardines, 3 bEds Whilo Bcojis 2 bbl \ t.;

the navy cndro*rm'cbpas'kjng' that inlf duty to others.'' Conduct' ''yourself so as that 546, together with all and singular the tenements of the most valuable Cotton, Sugar and Tobacco assorted Corks, 3' hit bhl Pickles, Bricks, I. :
you shall bo missed with (sorrow when you 1 and indj in the.SUlt Laths, White Pine, Lumber, Yellow do: I.ime, I

tarry i oUnt.r.1 riP, W .) rttntcd to the (lire gone. Multitudes of our species are living belonging hereditaments or in any appurtenances wise appertaining.R. thereunto -.] IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT. Hair Vaster&c.! ". r
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orncc.scar,. n, nd.lmarlD* that. served iu' In such a manner, that they are not likely, B. CANOVA/Sheriff. ALACHUA CocxTVi The above ore now in store and purchased: "
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tIto t3omlnole wnr ,.41 'i' t t to bp remembered a moment after their disappearance. at low rates and with much care a* phip- ,:
> ; _8t. Augustine, July 20th, ,185(. T9. II 18 ; ,Sections 11,14, 15, 32,23.24,26,27. pur t .
They leave hindJhenucarce- ment warrants. The several 1 Invoices arc now
( 19 2,3,8,10.11,12,13.14,22,
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CASE Eastern Judicial Circuit of the! ;.1 '
OPFROFE880RWEBSTER, "ly uny: traces of their ezistonccbut are forgot \ \34,33. 18,21,17,27,5, being opened .at retail. .t. -
f Tho New York bruntng .Post 'of,Saturday ran utmost as though they had never, been State of Florda* Circuit Court of] G. 9. I June 22, : 13. I E CAUIl.THE -

'. TheyjMP, while they livdj like one pebble. 61. Johns Couutv.IN \ (n.' 9'. 20 ; 19.22,26,27,28,29,30,32,1 '
1 ..l..u latest intllllgeneo of this case, I h tha|'yosturday lying unobserved amongst\ millions on the ;; CHANCERY* 3331. I MAGNOLIA. : .: .

I afternoon the wifu uud d u>jhieriofiIJr. shore: ,and when they die they ,are liko that Peter Denrt, Administrator ( -" 9" 21 ; .r 15,111,20,21,22,28,29,30, establishment J )Oft .di1rably _'
Webster canjoJn efprc1bQQot;] same pebble thrown into thu sea '"hichjult [the Estate of F. P. Sanchez)) : 32 33 34 .TIIIS of any in the City, having a. rom r.ie'' ;
en\i-tica m, of the petition tiles ,urfa .lnks i is without In 10" 19 23'lO'll.15.,22.23,26,27,! 175 feet facing South am' a" street
tu addA1Ieir support if the and forgotten, [deed., for the use of Aahron Bill for Account,] ; parrallel with the River and Ocenn
of their husband and father,M a con. nutation I being inlsscil from \ho beach, Thc' are Fnelander, Complainant Marshaling Aseu. 34,35.36. running consequently -
the
7. 8, 17, 19/20 30.Inu not exposed to North Eyast wind.liau .
of ho luniihiiH'nt ot death. neither regretted by the,rich, wanted by the Against and Distribution of] (In" 10" 19 i. this last
season undergone thorough repairs, and .,
now
13, 14. 10,28,23. '
MMrtf Webster Mid that"he had been con- celebrated the learned. Who 'McAllister.claim- of PeterJMitchel.decd. 10" 20 ; .
poor, nor by [George .the Estate ',. 1 *\.3. ", 5. vies with afiy similar Establishment in the State, Icing -
(nUO" 21 7.9,9,10.11 -
Kant in the belief tier hUsbarfd'.1nnucciaCuntil has been the better of their life?' Who ,has ing to be Executor Joseph ; ; built ofwood and perfectly from dampn "
1S -
12 exempt ;
13, 14.-15, l2,2C3tIn"10
lie nwdo4il' confei! tf '.. -f itself will rrcoinmend it to Invalids )i..f _

.ft throuicli 9 her j .tncnnj.. nnd reprcve.niations> have the, dried.up? whosb wants supplied? ; pefc.ndantSj J' :,. In" It "-18;!F"'.' H." others. The high reputation this House sustain* \
.JtP..J i 'irhosrt WiftorJos' 1mvo they liloaled! ? Who appearing by Afiutnvii io'lhis Court,. that Defendant In" 11 M 19 ;. M 1,2,9.11.13,14,10,17,18 from its numerous guests, it will be tke juvFt-nt pro- ,
!! mwdiIICnt would unbar tho gate of"life to re-:1 mft! thorn George W McAllister living at ril; 2J.23.30. I IIn prietress aim.IIns. DAVIJ to sustain., The table.JH ,

for ,. land stated' tojexistancc? Or whnt f'hct"'ould greet them [ beyond the limitS of the State Florida, viz.,' 11" 20 ; 7, 18,20, 23. 24. E 1-3 'of 25; supplied with the choicest Game Oyster and Fi!li '
as buvitig; gruVudoUb /I on cerium points fyack ngain oour world'\yitji asnule Wretch IIX[ State ofGeUrgia 27,23,33, N 1-2of 36- which our Forests anti Waters abound,and no pains .

I \\v\ confession they, ulted,8pllratclyi unproductive mode :ioftciisiencc f Selfishness i i.thereGfteoniuotiun ,of Win. A. Forward,80-
fta rro eminent fcurgupus, und u, document had' is its own curse-it(', i 14$ A Mttrving vice. [ Ordered that publication be made] in 19,20.21, 27,2,29,3u,3... pleased and satififd.:. '

'\Kw1\ prepared him to commumcnto to Pro-, The uitn: hat tWo no goolf( | gfts none. ,Ho is tome Newspaper printed in the Ea ; ,'m Circuit ..35,36. Very Respectfully, ,

fc".ur 'A'utster* Before the document was read like the b.alth.in th"I| 5 ile j-t, neither yielding -' :j [ol Florida, for four mouths rucrrraivcly, from thu- )n")1" 2'2 ; II 6.7,19,30.31AKKKDONDO ...s1."Auru&ine. Jan. I.THE 180.PROPRIETRESS.
: ttlc doors were closed; but it was understood %fruit,,nor seeing whcn good cometh; a stunted (dote, requiring s.ideor(( W. McAllister to pit-nil, GRANT.

flint one of tho questions propounded was, dwarfish, miserable. str b. 'Ii. I answer,or demur to eaiil ILII.rr the slmewill.bc' ta- I MARIOM Ccu.tTir. Tax Collector' Sale.
whether such a stnck as that described in the; i. We arc sent into the world to do good; and, ikunpro Ct< //rito.TilpS'. In" 12" 18 ; 1t3, 10,11,12,1-1.15 virtue of the power vv'ed in me bylaw,1 shalL
) confession would give such a blow ns would [to be; destitute of public spiri is tofurgct one : DOUGLAS, Judge, fjr.,'Jjf. ln"12"" 19 ; 'Co 2. 0. II. 12, 15, itf, 18, 19, BY !' for sale before thejConrt House door in
-cause death in ten minutes-all three considerS IUllr our errand upon the e rh.Rer Certified Io be a true Copy. 20,21. J 22.23i4.1n4 the City ol St. Angnstine on the first Monday of August /
it would not-the other question are stated [ 7.A: James. i. Witness my Hand and the Seal'FBi,) 12" 20.' ; V5-4. of'l, 3.5.C, 7.9. 10. next,the following described property eo much //
-S, to have been answered rdvet %Jo the confesjMuu. [L. S.l] Court, tho 15th July. IBM. 11,14,10,17,18,22.21.In" thereof will pay the state and county tax due thereon '
The opinion is unlversaNyfcxprcssed,ntJoetoa'that I Couldn't you brbtQlID:' pork, m:1' m; tobrke P. B DUMAS, 12 26 ; I. 2, 3.I.. 6, 12, 13, 15. for the year 1849 and the necessary expenses incident //
no commutation will be granted." with bcan!?" said old Itogerb .Clerk C. C. St. John, County. 21222321. thereto,viz: an undivided interest ol 800 acres /
I your July 20, 18 0. n2"29 6. 7.18.19. of land much ala
; being EO certain grant made by-the. /
The Boston Tnxnscri pt ays that a reconciliation [somewhat cynically,as he kat at table one Sun. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Government W John Huertas .
Spanish and
::1 ha? taken place belw&n Littlcfield and' [day. j i Jeremiah Leonard, U days Iron Feb. 16, 1850. confirmed /
ScllOOUCr St. Augustine, by the Supreme Court of the United States to said
the prisoner and that a mutual wish! for an: I They told me it was young," said tin land. now discharging we' omr in addi. Huertas situate lying and being oo the.St. Johns rite /
I wterview has has been expressed which the! lady. ; I don to recent arrivals a choice and well '(-elected lot S1'AU TY-SECU YEIiiETUITY: in the county of St Johna Fiorida,above a place called,

Sheriff has consented to grcnU I "\VcII, it may be so, but rcy. hair is not a [[in pftiroceries our establishmentponsutingin,Provisions and ShelCgoods choice usually kept $900,000.THE the Ferry, about twelve miles tlicn-from a ad,below,

LATEST NEWS FROM CAUFORNIA. [juvenile feature, by nny means, in our latitude (LW Lard,Crockery,'HamsBdcon part, Mess Pork Butter Fulton inVTUAlL LIFE INSURANCE, John B Ryant', .ndedon the south by lands 6f John
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4 The earpship Alnbama'hu arrived from Ima'am," continued he, fishing up u grer hair [ Market'Beef dried beef.Mackerel Codfish, Herring COZtlPAIVVOF Mute,and front thence east to the head of Deep creek .-
Cbflpref having left on the 2Cth and bringing' [about foot and u half lonrf with his fork. [ Flour I- .barre" for, Family use, Extra canal NEW YORK-Np.35, W.\LL:3t., taking fn the east and west bank of caidcreekJ and \
ET Acoamulated Fund, Nov. 1st,' 1849, $900,- bounded on the north by the south west line of T
co.
han Francisco dates to tho 1st of June.- She "lie may have been yonnjr, but ho must have I Flour;corn;Hay,Oats,brand, Rio coff, Teas 8yr. j
l1l invested inRoads and and on the the
0GOe.eureIy Mortgage wept by river Johns
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sapposedJ
fcts 100 j (lived wicked life to bg so Upl1\o1aue..erush N \
a soon. .Sugar O Loaf
pnwcngsrs. very grey I .ditto. and Lump'
on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stock bcong to John Benson of Brooklyn. NewYork.Roll.CANOVASjiIriflandex.off. !
"' The stcapcr Oregon had arrived at Panama As he spoke,he 'looked jjlotig) the table,and a [Sugar Rafeens Almons, Date, assorted Preserve- of the State and City of New York and United ; !
j with $3,000,000 in gold.. The accounts from [slight emotion was vistblo among the boarders; [c erse, dried Apples Vermacilie Macaroni _cigariM7er3 States Government. Tax ABse5ot and Collector :

4 Mines speak uf largo proceeds from the [and the man who sat opposite, with his mouth I Tobacco, Kentucky af. cerront,Cuba Tobacco This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely exten- January- ,JB50 / -
hat discoveries and state that lumps of gold [full of the edibles with which he had been:endeavoring [ ,articles now being opcued and warronted. ded and prosperous business. -:
feare been found of 7, 10, and 24 pounds, and to smother a laugh, grew dark with -JulI5: B. E. CARR The Company declared a dividend ol profits of fif- Tax Collector's, Sale. : i- .
virtue vested
of
ewo much larger, I [the cffor and then collapsed' scattering dis-l' .i; CARD. ty-two per cent on ,all exiting policies on the 31st D': >, for tb. alc powl't before the Cbflrt in me House bylaw,door shall I io .

The papers notice a conflict with the Indians [may and crumbs! amid nicely plated folds of I Mr. GEORGE L. PniLLirs, having resigned his of January1848.. the city of8t>Augnstineha the first Mcnday .of Ao-

tawhich IOOoftbem were killed. I |of old R dger's shirt frills I |Commisaon! aa a Justice of the Peace for St. John., Ail tile Profits are divided among (rust next,.'e following described property, or, so'
I !IThoOrcpon brought a block ofquariz and I ._ iCounty will for the future attend to the duties appcar the Iiigurcd. much thereof'will pay the State and County tax for
IIiW l for tho Washington Monument. I THE C.ACBAGE.-It is singular fact that cabbage -' jtalning to his office of Notory Publicand to the* draw The premiums are payable in cash annually sera- the,jrca'r 1849. sod the necr'arv expeoccs incidenv

-'t was Mckly' at Panama i iI [ is a sovereign remedy! for intoxication' ling out of all writings and papers, that may be required annually, or quarterly. ,, interest being added on the Ih9itP, ii : 370 ,errs or land lying and be&g oa

Tha taxable property" within the limits of [from wine, and that it.has even tho power of* [ ofbim. deferred The'cash payments. adopted by thin. Company he bead? bfMnntrie! Creek in the County of-8t.

8m Frencifco Is estimated pi! $300,000,000.' I' preventing it for we are informed by eating afa 8t Augustine,July 13th, 1850.. 4t. lures to the parties principle-for whose'.benefit the in ttrarice < Johns; in the Staie of Florida, about three miles West :' I;

c some K-rfous difficulties! had occurred .in, certain quantity of cabbap before dinner, Choice Family Floor. are effected the whole of the advantages, without ; thetty of Sf. AuznMinc'Jboundcd' North by lapds of

wtMequeoco uCtbo 'State tax of$3 per month) wo may drink a much wine as please with-' IU.rTER: Crackers, Sugar du, Hard biscuit, subjecting them to the heavy drawback: of accaraulated Fokt-ph Fontane East and JVptby.vncnnl lands,and .
; e lcnefs engaged i In mining. AlcUec/rom but experiencing any inconvenience. Thia .LD Soda Cracker, Pilot Bread, NavY do extra premium notfs. math. bylandii] adjofniric' RnhneI's Mill site, granted '

.I $ says that the (oreigneres had ft meet [property of tbo cabbagq is mentioned by andit -; [brandt Family floor do | do do,1 Flint Co Biscuit Persons may effect insurance on their own' lives >y tbij Spanish Government In Joarph Pelespicr UM .' .
igures and natkx of
hi on the subject and during the discussions writers, who are 4 opinion that it proceed JBcrley_,,_Taploc" *. Sago for sale. by p. ILo._'. ,extra' 'QdJ1lo lives of otheo. A';jaarried I1'(can ia- ?int spit| Survey thereof which1 made are by ireneojedfin RobeifMeIardy1nd the oj-.";

etleer depittUoof.* bigfely escHinjf. ace c fr9he dntIpathyWbicnAiIe wiQt.ehoto, 'Porter, Ale Ac. 4 h T iirtthUfi of)her busbanjW'bene tinof which'tin now belonging to the1 Estate of Edward R, _
08" of he MI,.! f I I&llln.l.1I 4t cabbage, if a cabbaoe tM, planted, near*. PICBS. Chocolate,Rio-Coflee, Teas..Java Coffee secured brlaw for the exclusive- use of herself or chil tlibsoii. ,: ar:, l'

Amerlce. A,16tt r.YQ j the 'U'ter either retircot; oics.on "1 8 Ale in pu aDd'q ,Porter In'pts and 'qtt the dren. R. R CANOVA, ShcrifTmid ex-ofT. : :',

I mojntdoZen. l'Q'ftIten fl oot''Jid |best English :article, agrea Water in pts ua qts, Clergymen and aU others dependent upon >ala- Tax Assessor and CrUictor, .. ;. c. .,.",
0 C1OJ retreat"-II m bth QtellnJk eDITI1A I Ileldseick Champagne qts and pu choice Principe Cl.rs rfcrf are specially invited rd avail themselves of a resource Jan: 1,1850._ : 'r .
IItQ\ was fixed, feut tt 4CIe1 were, .DlE the 19th'instant at!,thq residence' ofI& i John, Aod son's fine cot Tobacco, My r'i ,whereby their surviving familes may be secured .'- ." I
the evils Tax Collector Sale .
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Hone :
Dew openury.Pamphietsexplaaatory t
Cavendish :
cleared In five Champagne Cider in
and the town was a CAKOVA Esq. in this City. Mrs. MARY ndptssretailby '. eta of the principles of Mutua Y viriue of the power v"-tvct Jn pie bylaw IIbaP .
Our peace,MW seetoed threatened-, WEEDM, relict of the )atp PHILQ Wun.tt -. B. E. CARR. Life Insurance,and illustrating its adnnt ge.. with B' expose T for rale be fore flu- Court Hcose door ia ,

t 6000 men out The ctizeaa a Senior. ., ; Dried Apple, Ac.. forms of application,may 1>e obtained at the office or] he dt)tJ(St. Augustine on ihV firM Monday Qf An-, .
TeL an4exprescswer siitoor. J r-i-- '- : D'TES, Lemons, dried Apples AUnons, assorted the Company,'ValhC.1ol"or'an' of 'in :entg. rust next,the following dwrilfd prnjxrtyorso much ., >
cie :med and "ICltti"'e Jf np'1't : MARINE' NEWS- Preserve,assorted-Confectionary, Cheese, TRUSTEES I hereof as will pay tb slat* and coont/ tax due there* S
plane about 600 well aneed American' ix.for. sale by B. E. .CARR,, Jot B CollinsDavid C Gulden, in for the year 1849, and ihr n'rn.!aiy expenses In- ,
11$ wtrched thjputh. the streets with, Port of fit. Aipuc. ..- Wra'J Hyslop' Alfred Cdwnnh. iJentthereto, viz the nmlivjd'-d' one thrtj ofl&OOtcres ,. .
PtJ,?, Set OB etsbotdder& The d.' Hloticd. R II McCun-,., Wm Betts land granted byth Pp-ini'-h fovc mmcnt to r
1 1hI F Ix week after date Ilb:111aplty to the of Blunt Samuel Belts, deceased, tnppwd1 \> tli, r.
was iulkteat; the crowd In the ARRIVED; 1 Judge Ered Winston, Joseph t jt to John *H'! .
d.pea4d' quiet was restored. UI111- i, l'robttraln'1nd for the Countyof Lucie; for C W.Faber,. : Inac 0' Pearson, II.L wb and wife or of the dst.ifc of iiinuel Belt .
b ill the --. r. Jeremiah Learned" 9 daysrt leners of Administration uponthe estate of F..M. K.WornWSO5 John P Yelvcrton Henry Wells, lectasfd, riiuate lyin; au l tftnr in tin- county of St. ,
be ,
lnt to f jd inJ'I\\Jded
o,, York-U6 bales hity 5 casks ,
a New Vqr- ;deed. late of mid County! Theo 'Wm Moore Johns on Matanzas river,kru Jrd.outh by JVllicer's J
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of ciOxew, who, ,Uhoajh ,geqenlijrbtsiog Sedgwick, .
our casks 6 baskets 8 >
Ale Champagne creek Mafantaslulet. '
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w.. 9 : ; quarter WILLIAM. RUSSELL. B Collins ZebedeeTook,! and east by > 4 t. .
Stacy
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with ib diaxseteBt occasloaed 'casks :wine, 48 boxes Cheese 6 coils Hope,1 Jaae22d. 1850, ., -t< n John II Swift, JonaMillpf, :- If R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff 1 and ex-ofT. "- ..
wkIust lus ftrojaoeased mat t.ef orehooW bbl.Flour,6bbdsSupr., 27 bags Cofleo Tn Aiesor and -
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: 3i- J b1t Wadsworth; 'Da id A'r.o nato k,. Collector a. J. C .
prsuaelo take the kw into W Uf chests Tea, 44 boxes doa ,'a9 bids crack- Notice.IX .. S Z4 Cornell : Robert Shuyler, Janqary 1.1850 -4 a : .

t > own hands and ma? not be willing to. al.: crt, 28 casks N&lls, 253 bags Corn, S3 ,boxes ,weeks after date shall,apply to the Judge of GoUT M Wilkins Jarne Chambers,. 4 Tax,. of lector- 'F tofeT .."' .... '
., M Lard 37 1 Ptobates in and for the Cbantj of'St., Looie for ,,.,
ndles.27 barrelsi4rd1 kegs kgs John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, nPv: virtue of tlfr power vested in ." .
fi"he guui1 :bp\alL last butI!! r59 bagi Oatl, ib nest t Pails, 3 bblsOilJ ettert of Adminisuation upon the estate of JORXjiirt Fred AVhittleaey Moses II Grinncll, JEP shall expose for sale before the COUrt me by House law I. ,:
4 qt'sd,"IHJd B, & .deed. late of ashL Couat' Wm at .
dMtes,4bubdtds,2 'Wide r1'obacc t Charles Ely } Banker, UoaYi1Ie in the county Orange, on the first Hon A-
.: I' .. B. E. CA1i WILLIAM F.RU33ELL. John C .Cru: Eugene Dutilh, day September next the following described l
,, ,* 'oIC''a '6 l .' rr.. aii '; 4Iif June2d. p18* W.ltrrJoy, Francis 8 Lathrop, ,or H ra ch, t thereof as wiU pay the state wtroepy and 1

(.'r Jtae HLdp! ... j9Uce is hereby given,that application will.y Alfred'IVU'J, \ J 0 Thatcher. county tax due thereon (or the year 1849,and th.nt'r. < .
.. .. u "oA"t $1 K '.n1 ,1. made "> JOSEPH COLLINS President.
L, : tur ameudmeat.jto the'sctincorporajI4 ,
.. cessary expenses incident thereto, .to, wit r 2222 .
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'that a &lIMt.&oE ... "! MAJ.L..ARRANQEIIENTS.1'-- if.i .." ', ..,, e Presbyterian tongregatioh; of the cityXof.SL- ISAM: : ABB&TT,!'Secretary. acres of land sitnated at the headsessed'tn b.JnIin 'iir.,/ ( t.-
1 iine.atthe'next meeting of the jGer'ral Assembly Josrrn BLUNT, Counsellor. P.'V. LftUJ. ,
\ s I ,DoefMoniayg5ndrburedaysbyClose 3 M.. ; '!G. R. FAIIBASIK*, Ap-rit Ft. Angnstinc Fli.
Florida. -
'Mexican s CKMfiati Hud Frenchiwat S P. M. V1RGI1IRDUPONTTX Collector and : .
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do nl StA u-tm*, Mnrth 30 l30. Ff'b IGlb. I March 2,1 50 I
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; B.siUe.DIrec1oy. ( OF.LORIDA, St. Joba'i\Coast j Tax.Collector1! Tax Collector's. : Tax Collector'* Sale. 1

i : I HOf ELS. SrKlXO TUX. \ Cafe .Ey virtue oftbe power yes ed ia me by law, shall I j
Magnolia, hoteL I On St. George Street, north of For the Counties of Orange and St. Lode, it Mel- By'inae: of thV power vested in me bylaw shall I .tD 'expose for sale before the Covet Rome door in I B.'in of the power vested ia m e braw.l :

i The Public Square and one door .north of the Mcthiift lonville;on the,third Tuesday in April. j jv fur sale before tha Court Housed or inthi the City ol dt Augustine on the first Monday of An- Mc110DYiU expose! for sale, before, the (Joan 'ff"1
at iia thU
.! Church: j i't : For the county Putnam,. UPi1&tkl., second- Toesdty.in city of St.AuwiiIi ..on the first Monday in August gust next,the following described property or to much county lint &foltowC the & S
I iloriJn Jhutt. On Treasury Lane North of April next,the following described p property or so much there thereof will pay the state and countftax due thereon 'ojdaTor.&p 1" descn + '. ,
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; tLc Public ;q4a no.I I Forthe county of Marion,at Ocala, fourth. Monday of as will pay the state a cd county tax due thereon for ;for th'e year 1849,and the necessary expenses incident ,ono doe much the tie state ,

: CSIV IIdhl. 'Charlotte{| and Bay Street, a few of April. > the year 149, and the necessary' expenses incident thereto,m: an undivided interest of 800 acresofInJbeingsomuchvfaceitaiagantmadeby eoaaty eeaary tax thereon for rE' ;sad taeC '.
thereto, viz : COO acres,being a tract of land reamed the expenses incident to wit:' 2293* I
doors souUi Eat ofthe Public square: For the Counties of Alachna and Levy, at New. crt Messed ''
Planters Ifattl.j I On Chat lone Street and Treasury nansville first Monday in May. by John il.Fontane, for Antonia Maestre,lying on Spanish Government to John Hnertas and confirmed DearNrwSmyvna.! to L. S. aad D. D. Ulhrop, sltj : : '

r I Lane north cfithe PuMic :quare. -not open.) For the County of Columbia at AJligator on the the west margin of Matanzas River 'west 'of' the old !, by the Supreme Court of the United, States to said VIRGIL t F ;

; \ .. .1- ,_ ,., second Monday of ilay.c..F ; [ fort at a place culled Holmes' Old Field,being Sec 39, Huertas,situate lying and being on the St. Johns river 5acbJ. R.DUPONFTZ. Celleetor and, ; ;

4 ;: BOARDIt(11Oth3E.' the connry of Nassau, at Nissan C. H.on' the Town' 9, Range 30,south and enst.and is bounded as i'in the county ofSt JolinaJFIorida,a above a place called h 18M. _.AIItao1.D.. ],
I follows../'wit: Beglning at a pine tree marked as an I the:1 Ferry, about twelve miles therefrom and below :
,. Wednesday before the fourth Monday in &! S -
!f Mis.Barracks.. ,31 AY/J. On Charlotte the ay. : Ta& Collector's :
I Street. near For the county of Dun I. at Jacksonville on' the original corner-standing the west margin of the 'John, B. Kyants bounded on the south by lands of John ** Sal -,..;
marsh of Matanzas river and sooth margin of Holmes' and thence the head of creek Yhme oithepowx
F !Ltttiss On St. fourth Monday iJ lla). Alure front east to Deep "D' WsdDa me byla w.I.' ,;
Fotiv. George few doorsr.t
fi..uth _- -Slreet a* For die County of St John's, at St. Augustine, creek at A,set post. S 22 W 6 pine, B 31 M, running taking fa the east,and west" bank of said creek ,and lhan ezpo l r aI! before the .Coon Ho.se art \,
I Houdfand Public Square. the second Monday in June. i thence West 42 chs to B,thence 10 30 E111 cbs to bounded on the north by the south west line of Tocor Melloflyijiefu IMcoWIJT Orange,on th finiMon w
i; f.. (J. If. Pap court/I/>n Bay street' ct.)'u'vr of Bay one F fin : thence East G7 cbs to D at,west margin of{he marsh and on the west by the river St. Johns supposed day of September next: thl T Uowint described prop.'. j; I

I i Garden 1 .'t ) i. FALL TCKX. : oC the,Matanxaa river thence down the"river follows, beong to John Benson of Brooklyn New York. erry.or-'so much thereof as will pay the state.aia ,

} L'I I ', For the counties Orange and St. Lode Tuesday I N 17 W 33 to E. N.25y 25 chs to F,, thencX N 24 R. B. CANOVA,Sberiff. lk1 ex.o:. county tar due thereon for the yearia9,and the, : .:l
DOCTORS.) '
I I ,I before the firri Monday of November. .! W CO cbs to'the begining corner at A. '. Tax Assessor and Collector' CftIIry 'expensed Incident thereto tQ Wit. 2000
Out. F. Wet n. .Oi&C X at hi* Duvfllin g House Forthe county Putnam, at Piiatka the second R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-ofi; }January 1850 Tomoea' creek known It the Onnoak pbDt&1iO.Q'tIt a. IOQ "

:: lUll Tiidge Street.Djct.Jokn 3 3Vcl. Tuesday before the first Monday of November. Tax Asaeasor and Tax Collector, VIRGIL R. DUPONT;Tax Co'UtCtO(ADd, ,'
BJa Office on St: George.Street, "- For the county of St. John', on the first Monday Jan11850. Collector's Sale.By Mama. tl&.m- Aseeoro.U. .
S frw doors Non of the Court Ho ise. inNovriiiber.For ) l : virtue of the power vested tn.m by law I shall. .
I the county ,of Nassau Thursday before the Tax Collector's Sale* for sale before'the Court House door in I Tax S S '\' ,
j Ij i DRUGGIST. third Monday November. ic y virtue 'of the power vested to met by law,. I the city of St. Augustine the first Monday of August .I ceUecter .t. .

p. C Zyhtr. jChm1 t and l l.ru% iJ. North" Eat Fcrthe county of Dura), on the third Monday _wL, shall expose for sale before the Court House next, the following described property or. so BT' YIrtae of the power rested in me 'l
f ill* Public t>qqyre, opposite the IUIJJ1 L3t Ul. I November. door ia the city of St. Augustine oh the first Monday much thereof will pay the State and Comity tax for expose for safe before tie Court HoSeal '." '1

I' I For the county of Marion 'on the first'Monday in August next, the following described property or so the year 1849, and, the necessary expenses' Incidem .MeUonviU.in the county Oriip f o, &h nt Jlena 4 :
j ,dU:JYtRS. : December. much thereof willpay the State and County tax thereto,viz: .370 acres of land lying and befng en day.September next the'fcltewhig'described pro 1'1
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U. : R. B. Gould. Cotinillor at, Law- ffice on ArilitTV For the couod&oLAjifijai' .anfl( LeTTffon the sec- J due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary uDtJdentib the head of Msultrie Crtek, inJthe County of St. eny.orto much thereof ..c Will pay the state 'Ilel 7 _
Lane. :, % onJndayliiD'e wbth' v ', I(ff* t** IItIt pense viz r an undivided interest of 'ohas in,the ,(:Jorfda, b Tthree miles West coaat idee )1ibeynr lB49ancfleie.setndtbereto I
600 acres f'land' belonging nod,. or late to Daniel. ,ofthe'city of Su 'lands of ,
I William A. Forward. Attorney at Law and So- Forthe cuunty'orCVlumbia. on tne.third Monday AnguUaeJbonadedNerth by to wit 2-
I I iiritor in rliancrfryoffice on the ground door 't in December. 1 CnrtU, jr.of New York city, ..being part of a 'grant Joseph Fontane.East and We st by vacant lands,and MrwalStl eumpotJedyofN.i.rmy JJ& RJ1

I UK.South) Wing of the Court House.titorgelf. The U.S. District Court at St. Auguzt1u'ecnthfiratMondaylu confirmed by.the Supreme Court,of the United Statss south by lands adjoining Bushnel's Milts site.granted .: : .f
L : l'' it uh. Attorney and Counsellor af i April to John Huertas.deceased tuate' lying and being on by the Spanish Government to Joseph Delespiae the VIRGIL IL Dur9NT, Tmx Collector d ,

I l.a\V ffi'l ithe Conrt Hoiwe.I the East side of the River St. ,Johns about :a place figures' and marks of which are represented i la1 the Narch S. &. Aseeaoro.c. !
: (\ I called the Ferry, about twelve miles therefrom and Plat and Survey'thereof by Robert McHa.nJ,. -_

; PUBLIC OFFICES. Valuable Plantation** ,Wild Lands. below John B. Ryants bounded South by lands of and now belonging 'to the Estate. of .Edward R 2': CoUcttcr& ,, r
4c.ln East Florida -
\ John Mute and front thence East to the head of Gibson. .
rout Office. P, C.Zylstm Post Master;on the cornor ., undersigned' as Agent for the respective ef* power vested ia
The pro Deep Creek and bounded on the North by the S R. B CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-ofl? ? tee by Uw I
; of Bay Stne(and Public Square,' Nonh "of Mar-' *, offers for sale the following lands,to W line of Tocoy and on the West by the River Tax Assessor and Collector, s. j. e. 4 g''titv.[ expo for safe before the roan Hoi* -

l krt buildings. wit : That well known and extremely valuable Plantation St. Johns. Jan 1, 1850. in the county of Orange,...tk*. first ..(11
i Purveyor Generate Office. B.' A. Putnam Surveyor called the Billow Plantation at the head of R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-off Monday September next the followW drwibed

Grncral, on Hospital Street,cerner of ArtilleryLana Halifax River,formerly occupied and planted by the Tax Assessor and Collector,s.z. c. Tax Collector Sale. property or so, mad thereof will pay tie stiu aDd
a .
I and Hospital Street late John'J. Bulow! with a force of 300 hands; suitable lanI:' ,1850. By'Iriu.: of the power vested in me by law IshaX county tax due thereon for the year J84S; aadth*

'i: Laid Office. Doct. William II. Simmons Register : for both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously located for sale before the,Court 'House door ia necessary expenses incident thereto, ta wits 21a !
j of Public Lands office in Ithe.Court House. on navigable waters. It lies upon the coast'about 'i< Tax Collector' Hale.By the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of August acre, being two third of the plantation hi iaW .

!: 'TAo,. T.', EuiteU. Receiver. .oice in Court forty mi south of St.Augustine and contains about S virtue ot the power vested fume, ,by law,I shall next the following described propertyor ranch county, known as the Orange GI"Oft' plaDtatiQD ( .1

I r Jtouao.r 4000 acres. expose fur sale before the Court House door in thereof will pay the state and county tax die thereon merry owned by 8. H. William.altaated ou Halitaz as- .

4.Aharext Keeper of ;S pan Lih Archives office in Asoto! thousand acres adjoining- the last described the City of St. Augustine on the first Monday in August for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses incident Wnr-preleBt owner unknown,assessed toBy 8.U -

: xhe ('ourt lIoa e. I lands, being the Pellkier Grant in Graham's swamp. next the, following described proderty, or so thereto,viz: the undivided one third of 1800 WillIams. ,
''III., 1.1Pro.a1e.;: {G.;Humphrey's; .) office Abo the Spru e Creek Plantation,'containg S99 much thereof will pay the State and County,tax due acres of land granted by the Spanish Government to VIRGIL DUPONT,Tax Collector IDf1 -

; : J11 i the Conrt House. acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses Samuel Belts,deceased, supposed to belong to John 2Eareh 2. 180. Assesso10o. .
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I Peter B. :DUIMI. Clerk Circuit Court office ia, about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near incident thereto; viz : an undivided interest of H.Jewis and wifeor, of the estate Samuel Betts, S .j2kz

: he Court House. New Smyrna. 600 acres of land now or lately belonging to the estate deceased, situate lying and being ia the county of St. 'CcHsdor'i .! It,

Rafael B. CdItot'l. Sheriff and Tax Collector.of-- Also, the Mount Oswald. Plantation on Halifax' of John Hnertas and mortgaged to William Lamed Johns on Matanzas river bounded south by Pellkers I virtue, of the power' Tested h '

flce in the Court House. River,About 50 miles south of St. Augustine near the ofthe city of New York,being so' much of a Grant creek and east by Matanzas Inlet. !. expose for sale befort lbs Coun me biiewi. ..
: Collector ef Ctttowu ,James R. Sanchei, officeat coast formerly! planted in Sugar by the late Geo. An- made by the Spanish Government to John' Huertsu,, R. B. CANOVA,Sheriff andex-off. at Mellonville in the county 'of Orange Uoss J

his Dwelling Hooa i on Bay,Street. "1 1t I deronand, now the property Joseph Lanton containing and confirmed by the Supreme Colin of the United Tax Assessor and Collector,e.j. e : Monday September. next,the followbg, OD the 'rat,'., ;t"

t Itttpeettr of Cuttimt. Ora Howard office in 1900 acres. States U/said John Hnertas,situate, lying and beingon January 1.1850' S property or ,so much thereof as will delCribcd ;

; I 1 toward Buildings, Market square. I I I Also 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn- the east St. John's River, above a place called the : Tax-Collector'* Sale and eooaty tax for the rear 1849 cud 1Jae'pay the suir 1
I. H. Brontan. U. S. Court Northern :, the north half of the Rosette Ferry about twelve miles therefrom and below John eeentaf
Judge bull's
swamp, being : virtue of the power vested ,in me by law, I expenses incident themo.to wiu 1000 sere of .
: District Florida, office in the Court House. i Grant well timbered and near navigation. B. Rrlnis.boanded South by lands ol John Mure By expose for sale before the Court House being pan/of.IJ'ID& ( acres made had, f,

G. E. Fairbanks Clerk. U. S. Court office in Also forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River and front,thence East to the head of Deep Creek door in the city of St, Augustine on the first Monday .. J. SibbaM.bythe spaaith l800 goverament, to the tt Hi. -.

the Court House. :I between Lake George and Lake Monroe, consisting taking in the East and West bank,of said Creek,,and of August next the following ,described property, or Au'.18J1 and wbrbaJd 1000 oa of .
Deputy .V4rd l. George I. Zehnbaur office ia valuable pine hammock and timbered lands in various bounded on the North by the S W'line of Tocoy, and so much thereof as will pay the county tax suveyof4000 aCfel J Aid great ia urn Tambalr.are pan,, of. '

the Court UOUM. .. tracts.Also on the West by the river St. Johns. due thereon for the year 18-ft atll5iDd M&ry expense bet'tretn New Snynm end: Indian river which III'said j

J % 3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable for R..B. CANOVA/Sheriffand ex-off. incident thereto;viz : of land situated .JOOO creji belong to.er are suppoaed t. belong 1.'r: S
J. ORDNANCE DEPART ENT. Cotton or Sugar. Tax Asaeseor and Collector, s.J. c. on the east side of ,the river St. Johns, being Thomas fitagg. j

;. Capt Same B. Hanttam. Ordnance Store keeper Also. COO acres in Columbia County.- -good pine Jan 11850. part or parcel of that tract of land known aa the New VIRGIL It DUPONTMTIZ. ,Co1Jectotlnd r t

fIice on 8t. George street a few doors South of the ; landson the Santa Fe River. Tax Collector' Sale. I Switzerlandbounded nonh by lands of Mary Pin. !eb.3i83o. Assessor.o. e. -
t Iry Good store of S. M. Wakeman. 'Persons dcsiTOIS Apply,for terms, particulars. &e.to of the ham,east by public lands,sooth by. lands belongingto
virtue vested in law I :
p visiting the Fort will make application to S OEO. R.FAIRBANKS. By shall for sale power before the Court me by House, the estate George A., Nicoll. deceasedyiest by city of Anlfnl"8 "tNOTICE
Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands expose the river St.Johns late hereby given thai the Conneil of
//Capt. llanhain.I i of St. belonging now or u> Joseph City '
door in the Augustine first
I the
city ', on Mondayof
Payment of Non Resident Taxes&.c. '% Brown. / of Sk. Augutine.wiil apply foranwiMf.ments -
I JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. St. Augustine, Feb 22,1850. August next the following described property to R.B. CANOYASheriffimlex-olT.' '. to the act mcoiporating said City at .the ju-xt
the and taxdue the
1 George L. Phillipt. Justice of the Peace,' and If otlce.Sl pay state aLd the county thereon incident for T Assessor and Colkcior, *. J. c. meeting of the General Assembly of Florida. .
1849
year necessary expenses By order of the
Jan Coascil
Ii the 1,1850.
office Northof ,
Notary Public, on Bay ttreet
after date we shall present our thereto, viz : one lot on Oneida street supposed / *
; 'Middle basin. JAeconnts and Vouchers as Executors of.the Estate to belong to Peter Sken Smith, a nonresident bounded T-"r'Coll ;;Dr' &de.iy -Jan. 28th, 1850 MATHEW SOLANA. 3larDE.
j I F. J. Qiey. Justice of the PcaceV office at his 'Richard Weightman decd. to the IJon.Judge north by the Pspy lot south by a lot supposed to : vmae of the powC'r\'atN ia me by law,.I -

r *Store. i of Frobatr of St. John's County, for a final settle. belong to the said Peter Sken Smith east by Oneida .p shall expose for sale before the Care Hocse at .W.eL.AL.. &Dl "

meDt 'ud shall at the same time apply for Letters of street ani west by the Mitchell lot, containing three I MeHonville in the, Orange the first HOlIdAY ...'&. C -
CITY OFFICERS. Dismission as such Executors, of which all persons acira more or I less. of September next 'G1UowiDi\4eaibed property .

4 Maiaev,Sol;! tJ, Mayor. 1 interested in said Estate will take notice. ALSO another lot on Oneida street stipywed, to belong ,or so much thereof/as will pay the state and By RECENT ARRIVALS the sutscriber &
I C. Draro, JOHN M.FONTANE. I Peter Sken Smith nonresident tax due thereon for and the customary supply of Groceries,Slwlfftxxfo
to:; a bounded county the year 1849 necessary .
I. &: usually kept at his well known
A 1 R.D.FONTANE.5Executor north the advertised i *lot south 'a lot of incident thereto wit 2223 establUhuirnt.
,: aSS: \ Aldermen.. I. by above by expenses to : The attention Private families!
J Jan Weedmaneast Oneida and acres. of land situated the head of Indian River and the Trade is fo-
by west at ,
JltJlt'ci ; --1.1850.Tax_ _ _ Philip street by licked to our extensive assortment. Article
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Collector' Mule. the Mitchell containing three acres more or less. assessed to P.w Loud.
: Clerk of the City Council/Charles Haajer,office ,1EP y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ALSO another lot Oneida street supposed 'to belongnow VIRGILR.DUPONT, Till Colk-cJor and rated and at below retail.below can be fed in S original packa-:**

; ,the Council room.t 13shalL expose for sale before the CourtHouse or late to various individuals, viz : Peter SkenSmlcb March 3.4850. Asse r. 'l'EaS.-Youn ; -5-

t City Manhal. and Clerk of the ,Market, F.. P. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Philip Weedman and others, its undivided, L Imp ri3\.Twankav.: Hyson.Pouchssig CW, Hyroni, GunyowJer
1 4rrrrirs. Monday in October next the following described measuring 2UO feet north and south by 150 fret east Wax Collector's Sale.' COF 'EE.-JaYQ Green Souchong. ;
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., V property, or so much thereof as will pay the State and west, bounded north by a lot cultivated by Ths. B virtue of the. power vested in me by law I i, Rio,,Cuba do.Ch c !L1tr.Cocoa Ground and Cocoa doMoeIia do.
f; AUCTIONEERS. and County tax due \\Jiereon for the year 1849 ant Cosby south by lot of R. B. Canova east by Maria shall expose for sale before the Court louse! I, SOAP.ahaving' Wjiite Pa.tc.

c, F. .p: .!\ Ferreirv and J. A. StriicMa. the necessary expenses.incident: thereto,viz: Eight I Sanchez Creek-and west by Oneida street. at Mylonville in the county of Orange, en th : st :: ..- do. .seated Brown. and Vergated '
t
.' hundred acre* of t land supposed to belong to Rot rt R. B. CANOVA, Sheriffand ex-off. Monday of September next, the following Jev .b'-d' J I-
r- \ MERCHANTS. I'Towland a nonresident situated in the county ofSt. i Tax Assessor and Collector ';,. c. property or so much thereof BR will nayc > ,' an'J i; PI _, Gi .gq.Ra e,; tV> Ground j black. pep- .J4
Jan I, 18iO. county tax thereon for the 1349. and'le' necessary per, l'itn.Q&,_ X utuegst*, .ov. Iice,, (UUl1U1Nlt9 ,
Jturrottgkt E. Ci,,. 'Wholesale and Retail dealer! Johns, State of Florida being the earn piece of : yer. ..
--I incident th.to to wit 3oWl \:" 'o! .,'! ':.. ,.
: a.tM C.5i'r
11 first quality Family Groceries of a1! kinds, Li- land that was sllotted to Mary M. Dunham as her expenses t :
I Tax Collector'* Sale. acres ofliii't grr.1.; "f by the"P h government t"- I ;{QwJ jcn ,uJlottl t ., .
4 ; j, iora&e., No. East Bide, Charlotte Street Nonh share of her father's Estate at' New Switzerland and .
.the Public square.' bounded the West by the River St. Johnsmeasuring y virtue of the power vested in me by law I John B. Gnu":". >,::1 ihr. 8tli o.;' :..' .:T7.citu.-Mei1 I i ion'the 'I, PiUl.I'1.> fhJO'.irr' :U 11 ; '.h' .. ,!. II t J.t
I' 7tlcflrr h.,., }, .
shall for sale before the Court House S t. Joliti-: ; yrt a :aeL'i R t ;
thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on, the .LD expose j "" ; ii' j"i. ;I
Hurt. and
Dealer in Fancy Dry '
ood George. West side of Charlotte Staple street, a few doors North by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday den in the coun;; ".. "/nngc, aud bun. : ..--'' 8icii i m. t a Wtt.titon -. '., ,; l..l.. .

lands, and on the South by 'lands formerly own of August next,the following described property or.. iglnalsurvey thif.. fs"follows : ff fr-+tf f '.4 nrtti Treasury Lane. ed by Eleonora Colt. so much thereof as will pay the State and County tax I north by,lands of Puui linpmvo'. J3, Ml.v ""wuvnt F )D.Ll. j/ 'a1 6a 1 !-l./11"". ...'U 1 IJ'C

F &t. M. ,JVdun4.Vbolcsale and Retail dealer Unless Taxes and are paid before the day due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary expenses pine Iandsonthesouth by iuuda 01 'n-; : .i" Pl.- ; ,.' ,. "!'-' ,A.% ;.

t t r Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the of sale. expenses incident thereto viz : 500 acres of land on tome Castio y Ferrer, and on the ".*.- ?'* .ritcr.SI, :l'V1Ct.fiIf SW'Vr.P.S! : tp' .. ort' '

: "<, oundj(floor of the City Hotel-Dry GoosJs! Store R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. the FARt side ofthe river St. Jons in 'the County of Johns, surveyed by Robt MeU&rJy u. ';i'. iL.-u! U,." I :trtl' :Jt t.O33 Jers' ; .. : b. .
i of Picolata, and St. George street .opposite 1817. .. ., S..;
.ftWCOI
irner Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johns en- Si. Johnsbounded South by lands now or late of the ikuiUTt-f: 1.Tp- '' .It/"J'
: e Court House, Ayril 27. 1850. [ V.Michael Crosby,and North and East by lands I VIRGID R. DUPONT Tax Collector, and kint.t.tL' oIr'('( 'br"t : '
I, Mister S. II;N yPinli... Dealers in. Fancy : now or late vacant, supposed to belong to Turner i Feb 23, 1850l8eIOr.,o. c. :II 'J'w.W.1 : !.c' i\o'P;;
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!1 tod.< &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on East IS THX luna or THE OtJAWUUSHIF or J \ Goldsmith.S Af'ft, ,, r JJ\.
J .Je of Charlotte streets ROSALIE L.UD ALliED 0 Pur ALL MINOR } ', '
R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-off. Orange County Tax Colleclor' '
PedraSenet. Dealer Groceries, Provisions tc.J HUES or GlBL. W. from, DcCD. ) Tax Assessor and Collector ; ; Or..td\-it', i. :.l" t.-; "f.-iTa- i
s. J. c. Sale. : .
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t'\I'Ct"
Probate Office St. Johns County, :J. '<" & :,12..,'if'4tno .L'" .. .' "' .
rner.of Cuna and St'George: street. Jan 1, 1850. ;
,_ Saturday 18th. May 1850. By virtue of the power'estt'Ii' In .n-by! w; !; '1 'i., 'I
Manuel Crtipo.. Dealer in Fatuity stores, Provi- S. t 2
for sale before -the Court TK -S
P.' ANDERSON expose e LQUOUt
.1)fls., &c.,corner'of Charlotte and Bridge streets. ,'SARAH Guardianof Rosiux having L.this PIXFALL day. as ,Tax Collector's Sale.By a& Mellonville the county of Orange, on ,the first Boraux, :. .LfIiI4 Jamaica.R" 'Jiarf, Ouap 4 ,Co. i<-
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F F. J. Qtiney. Watch maker and Jeweler on and ALFRED O. PEIFALL. presented her accounts for virtue ,of the power YtsteJl'iD me by law, I Monday of September next the following dear-ibed. pit .(, '.' tlc. :'. Dc..f ;..tttnJ.ratioriDo. 1 Do.**>
: arref t.nearly opposie, office of Dr.Peck. shall for before the House Whiikry
rge sale Court -
much'-thereof will 'h-
settlement and allowance and it that she expose property,or so as p.nv -r? s.' .k "* '*J'e' ,A '
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appearing, ; *
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r TA.*. NeUj*" Retailer of Boots Skees, Caps, hath not is law door In the city of St. Augustine on the first ,.Mondayof county tax due thereon for the year 1 ., .> ..I \ S Lqi
as by
; ( required) of her tt
given notice ,
I' dita "c.. east dde of Chirlotte of ; .ra, U w.ud. Marsh & Co. Maras
street corner the described -
intention to present the same-It is Ordered that aU August next, following property to cessary expenses incident thereto,to w' 3i.Uvr> .. ." ".
trlone atrtetaad Trearary Laae. persons in any wise interested in the Estates of the pay the state and county tax due thereon for the of land granted to Paul Dupon on the I4ih of May> & Co',1" 'C:. 2.bt' ry, Pa.le,&.Browg.Duff GordoaaparkKnf "
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L.. Andreu. Tailor' .Charlotte street, said, Rosalie L. Prrpall and AJfred' .O. Perpall having year 1849 and the necessary expenses incident thereto 1818. by the Spanish government situated,on the Vincgir.Bordeau i6Ipj1jIQfIHoek.. vintage 1839 ij

pear tbe .t, objections to.make to die allowance of the said; viz: one lot bounded east by barracks street,west River Jt.Johns at a place known as .Spring Garden Porter London,' iza. pll. 0".41" .
-: Thomat An IlL Tailor, Charlotte Street,, near diana have notice guar by New or Charlotte street extended, north,by,an ,bounded northwardly by hinds of the Kstate of Lodn1IIt&jif ,
account; to and state the i OILS
the store of Georpn Bun.I appear alley lot south of the Unitte'd Uttveryperm, Seal.! Cod.nad Castor 1
I same,before this Conn on pr before the 29th. day of being a immediately.. William Williams Eastwardly by vacant pine hods. FIBIL .f
I ,, 1 lob, Urina. Boot maker,.Charlotte street near July next at 10 o'clock in the (orenoo. It is far- 8 tales burial ground ow&tr unknown: southwardly by lands'of John B. Gaudry.sad west- Cod.. Beniaff, Ssbncm,Sardines,'Blaekml,*&f' .

I t I / ihe City r"Hotel. then ordered to the end,that such police be afforded .' B. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and e*- ft wartlfy by the river St.Johns, ,'laJeJi.iaJd. lands were J ,

f I I I Jottpl Lopeq.L.Manutactnrcrof Segars! shop ia tha a certified cdjwofthjbt orier,'e pottUsittd tethfc; : I Tax Assessor and Collector, s./.Cn. confirmed to said&ul pnpon by ''the Superior.,,, Court, -'M18C LLAln: 8b.e..'
1'0Bade1.
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I I Howard's BnildS*Rs. V "Ancient Cit, N..f7a.r:4"ept veeksontcutively ,Jai185- Y1i i m, ; ort FJorldaOA the ntk''U"Jm: MepIJc.ppeuMis; CLy j.&Ia .
'i Briek.h4i S
G. N. Pepf/lDealer in Dry Groceries and Provisions ; VIRGIL R. DUPOKT iTax CoDeetoriird- .
and that copies of the same,be posted up p.on lab.. Sa M1u4a .
Hi f I i ,' Charlotte street, a few doors Month of the the outer feor of.the Court House and at some other % Tax Collectors Sak.By 'Feb23,1850.a Assessor,o.c- LIqnldJ3cklu! (,IJLpt* &qastrut.4arcbL :. 4 -
J .I Hotel. virtue of the :vested in law I _, .. -. -r_* TiD Caac,
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public place in the County. for the.same period of time: power me by Jt ? -r- Shoe Briisbn,&bbEJ. Coin Wkka
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S \ 111".. Mutton tt Nellisan. Cabinet makers, S G. HUMPHREYS, Judge of Probate.A expose for ink before the Court Hone IN CIRCUIT: COURT: T D4'ies,, qmn do 1U'6 Lgbts Mat

corner of Marke square adjoining the Council room. true copy of the original order on record in the door the city of Augustine on the first Mondayof ALACHUA AND LEVY COUNTIES.It Pen.M&toeLercIiasion Cal' Ilo Vowdi t C.-

1 J.kn Matuey. Black Smith) and Can Smith, near Probate Office of St. Johns County. October next the following described properry or S CBAXCCXT 1 f powder .fbapool '. .

tt i ri the North Gate of the City. ,- G. HUMPHREYS- so much thereof u will pay the State and County a.M. DormaD, 1Y' 1- .' Rl1 Beerl4w J1our'

i r ., St.'Augustine,Afay 25 8w. tax doe thereon for the year 1849 and ,the necessary I- Creditors bill to and-:? ;, I.I -;
r. AMUSEMENTS.bitttord expenres incident thereto,vix: : One hundred acres of Jsme&A.PedenAdm'iof I Maflhatt'JL --- S "

i TaMe, Bowling Allei- Ora Howard Tax Collector'. tele land more or less,situated on the South of Jnlingtnn G. Livingston decf Asset aeJ1Lx. AND,.CLASSWAR;1 A "}

b 1 r r Howard Buildings,Market square. B' virtue of the power Tested in me by law I Creek\ in the County of St. .Jons belonging to 'pursuance of a decreeial order of said Court to t. '? ATfO r'III, .. ..
A.a .
t Boutins Alley.Liqort sad Eefreekmentt, by shall expose for sale before the Court House Henry'4 HeU, a nonresident, purchased by the. said IN directed;all persona having demands aghast ft .
I door in the city of St. the first Hall from James James. ,,8M GOD ." ,
Augustine on Monday Henry the above estate are ., m V W
i \ .F.ljridier ety: Jlotel. hereby required to come ,bejprje. L 8 ., tt. f
I j S Philip GeL Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, of much August thereof next the following described property or Unless the Taxes and expense are paid before the meat :th 'town brNewnaBsyiUefo Alachua county I..c- .'t'J. .. :r, 'J6 ,.
: will the State and _
so
day ,
: Ac., Charlotte' street opposite Cridier's. Bowling par County ofeale.IL at my office therein,on the second (2) day of September l W
tax for the year 1849 and the necessary expenses inrcHent B. CAK07A. Sheriff and ex-off. 1850 'aad exhibit their demands against the, 1man1o11ieTat1Icea d lo h

: I t' l' Alley." : thereto,via an undivided half of fifty acres Tax,Assessor and Collector. ,. St. Johns Co.. lame;and all peneaona who shall not then come fir-' Tbsabtoekf G ...1dtded' hi '1ft
"11. 1 U' which said fifty acres of land waa.originally part of April??..1151. ward and prove their demands against aaid estaie;shall Yc k,lWktt.Dl miicw with ,
H j ,N STAGE OFFICE x the Switzerland tract situated the River, St. !.add Jae6
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from '
be excluded the benefit of this decree. And rtlWh i tim..t
Collector's re
1 Me Picoluta Mail Bridier City Tax Sale.y .
Stage.
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O&tt Johns, and bounded u follows: beginning at da rice -We
an not oi ti
I sach pejsoU parties to this suit who shall eotM :ia ; attensl .rttW'tIIM"' '
I Hotrl. S oak on said rieraDd running south 83 degrees,E virtue cf the power vested hi me by law, I before aad 'andraeassn.; ,. :
their l'tfttIftd..an.before ,
jae
.D shall for sale before the Court House at prove they4 c.
8} chains thence West 50 degrees, E 35 chain. expose I Ii admitted .CTtditorscontrfbota J1DJ1, .,J8S0.: -
.. CHURCHES. i Mellonville ia the county of Orange, on the first Monday I are aacoch proporosate "
; 1 e/oMfaic dam Creek, to the St. Augustine road i' : .
expenses. .thereof to aetUed by me aa_ .'. :' It'
next the following descri bd -- -- -
theace south 80 degrees 10 chains and SO licks September prop. .
Catholic CJUrci. North iicle'K"'D
,' : \ MM atsg ,or so much thereof as ,will pay the state and ZIAM'L. EU33ELL. ,>, .bb i toithi4
said road to the. other line of said survey, erty Jane 6-ba Special t tti i41e,
: funare.Episcopal ChureA.. Sooth side Monument square.Pretbyterian which as follows': being on the said river at a county tax due thereon for the year 1849,and the necessary M'1a.Cbsnee7.; aa \ .J .:t.ttt.' ,

\ and runs south degrees E 13 chiins,hence expenses incident thereto e to wit : 100 acres I .ot'I0" ,
hrd. Oa, St. cypress .dl
street '
t George Irlali tct*W1n3IY. .
,; J. of land assessed to If. S. Williams near New .
N W degrees E across big dam Creek 47 chains Smyr- '
I : South'of the squre. t COTCH ;Cider,Porter i Pints W dn 1aktswtt7t ,
l the west aids of urdtl CanaL, t j, !
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said road where the last ai,em S
the line 1MkrtrtIk 'lil1tf.
terminates ,
St. D01rprlat :
i Metfoditt ,CLpeJ. George street; near the Madeira, Story tad Fort Wiaa.'C dI
J Jj belonging to the Rev. Donald Melatosh. Also 100 acres'assessed. to the same on the Eatt \ .
3tagnoha Housev._.,.. df'R'Qia; N1aWhI&e, fito .
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; \ side oldie Bi11ab road river near New Smyrna ft \IaldatSIIIt.- .
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Sheriff
R..B. CANOVA and ex-off. .
W&e : W"'
ted LkoanCttdaI 74 for alt ,
I VIRGIL ICDtfroNT,Tax Collector aod I rn f. ;:-y ;; .
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